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nosohvur, nKi-r.ytnr.n iith.Twi.
Thcrrfathaf forthenrckhas br qult tn Imptova-.
tnrnt on lift and cotita-qnrnt chancs lint bscn
cibaa-md, bolh anions; business hoona nil meeLanlcal
hftnchfioftiads. With the modtrallon of tha htavv
ralna that tavt bftn riptrlrnced, anil lh arrival of
bitlldlnfr utplliatlaof trtrnrllnft of which were
Retting exhatnt'd, virile has bean remmed, and with
the battle nMnrallt- lt(nitnt upon tlili artaon of the
year In tbeanrtlon and retail trade, nor nirtroplla ban
presented busy appearance.
Hlilpplneniovenunta have alio been freer thla week,
ta lll be ee'n hy onr Marine Hat. The mall atmr fron
the Cnlontea came tn Monday a m and continued her
voytc for fan I'ratidiro abrnil 4 p m, taking a fair
freight ami paaarnjef list. Thr Jam. A Kalklnbnrg
alro tailed Ike iif it dajr for the Carnal with a full carjro.
Onr eipnrta for tho week amnint lo $"fl,ITi.M. From
.an r"ianelen r hare to nota tha arrival of the bktne
Knr'ka wild a follcatcoof atamted me rcliandlie for
Ihle port and the atmr Anjer Head en rontc for Hong
Kong HS partial cargo from China, and 43(.'hlneaa
passengers for this port, Hchr hlaiilioiinil, also from
San Tranclrco, arrlrrd yetterdar, Ilklne Kiln had
aalM from Pan Francisco for this port, and Ifdaja
out, with a imall mall.
Iljr the alatea M band to the inth Inat. we notice no
Improvement In the limitation of onr produce, from
tliuse lift cUrn Thu reflnerlea relteratd their alealtt tn
to purchase their sujrara In the open market In prefer,
ence lo maklne 'heir own Importallnna.
The Cetnl, Ihroltt of the tin, elves place lo the vlevra
of the 0 KtonomM In Ita crltlclsma of a member of
papere for their ccnaiirea of the Hawaiian Ilrclproclty
Treatjr echoes of the H K Chronltli, which. e hope to
have roon for In onr nett la. no.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Dec, 18-Slm Utoilae, from Windward Poita
NLfn KI1sna linn friiti, Ul.til,,t
-Tch 1'rliice, from Kon
Kcli (llnrannl Aplatil, from I'orta on Oahn
!-! M H H t;iir of nyalney, l)arbnrn, fm Sydney
uu-Nch Nettle Mirrlll, from l.ahalna
SI Am bktne Knrrka, nmerroti, from San I'ran
Itrlt H a Anjer Head, Itoper, from San Kran
Hch Malolo, from Illto
K-Sch lien Clesel. from Walalna
Hrh Walehn, from Mabnkona
Am bk Heme. Mclnlyre, from Departure Hay
Z!-Slm twalanl, from Hawaii and laul
Sell Wallcl. from .Mallkn
hch Walmaln, from Mallkn
Am schr Machoiiiiil, Hansen, from San Kran
34-Klin l.ehna, from liana and Molokal
film U It llithop, from Kauai
Dec, 17 Seh Kekaniiinhl. lor Mnnalel
I9-P M H City of Kv.lni'y. Deathorn, for Sin F
lU-Mtm O II Id. Imp. for Kanal
Klin .Ina Makee. fur Knnal
Mm klkcllke, for Wltuliiard I'orta
Am bktne J A Palklnbuir, Klecrt, for San F
21 htm Kllmica Hon. ror Kahulul
Haw ch Jennie Wnlker, Knacke, for Fan'c It
lO-t-th Nettle Merrill, for kahalna
bch Malolo, for Hakolnu
Vml In Port.
Am brine W O Irwin, Turin r
Ilr bk Sir Lancelot, Sliortland
Am bk U O Whllmore, Hhlllaber
lion bk Chk Itjo, Orlando
Haw bk Kalakana, Jrnka
Am rh Anna, McOnlloch
llrltH H Anler llrad, Itoper
Aln bktne Kureka. Emertnn
jm uk jieverr, .Menu
Am ten Mlasbound
VdMola Expected at Honolnln. from Forelcn
Otr bl; Adonla, Deharde, llreinen, due II. Hackfcld
A Co. Acenla.
Br bk Kehrdyd, New Caatle, N. H. W due
Wilder .t Co, Asente.
Am bkAmjr Turner, Newell, New York, dne Jan 16-50,
0 llrewer A (Jo. Acenta
Urlt thlp Iluke of Abercorn, Minnie, Liverpool, due Jan
S5-W), T II Ilatlca, Acent
achr Alaska. Jalnlt. via Jlarqueeoa, due latter
pirt Dee, llackfeld A Co, Apenta
fler bk I! It lllahop, Waltera, liremeu, due Feb 1-5, II
llackfeld Re. Agent
Oer bk Atnlnnia. Mohrmann, Liverpool, due March 5-10,
J T Waterlioute Acent
Brit bk. Karl llalliuuale.Jarila, London, vltSiSIIchaela,
duo March IU-IS. llrewer A Co. Agenta
Brit bk Nineveh, Itosa, New Caalle, N. 8. , due Jan
10-I.V C llrewer A Co, Accnta.
DISS Zealandla, Chetuller, San francltco, due Dec
Slth, II llackfeld A Co. Amenta.
Drlt bk Pacific Slopt, Itarnes, New Cattle, N S W, dne
Jan S-IU. Wilder A Co, Acenlt.
Au bk KdwurJ May, Johnaou, Liverpool, to all about
Dec a)th, , ,ii;eui
Am bk Fnrncat Abbey, Ouett, linden, to tall about
Dec lfi, C llrewer A Co, Agent.
Am bMne Coutneln, llowuiit, San 1'rtncljco, for Kahu
Am buue Kllkltat, Itoblnaon, Port (lamble, II llackfeld
A Co, Anenta.
Am bk lluena Vltla, Calhoun, Port (lamble, II llackfeld
A Co, Acenla.
Amljk Emerald, Lord, Port Gamble, llackfeld A Co,
k Lliale Dell, Mnhnanl, Liverpool. T II Davlei
Anrfcch Idn Schnaner, Lovdal, Port Gamble, for Ktlm-
Am Kk Martha Hideout, Wlckburc. Port lllakety, due
Dec 2.V30, Allen A Kobliienn, Ai'inta
Loch Leo, , New Cattle, N S V, due Jan
10-15, , Acenta
Urlt bk Lady Lamp-cm, Maraton, San Francltco, due
Jan b-lt), C llrewer A Co, Agents
Teltpaphed-Dec Slth, 6i60 a. m., a barkeullne 9
San Franeltco Arrived. Nov M, P M 8 S Zealandla,
Cbrvnller, htiiice NovSI: Nov HI, Ilr bk Lndy Lampauu,
Alarlon, hence Nov 4; Nov sa, Am bktne Ella, llrown,
lieuce Nov IS.
ttureku Arrived Nov 28, Am bktne Monitor, Ncltcn,
Port lllakely Arrived Decs
ta, lU'd.oit, from Kahulul.
i Am bktne EinmaAucut
Tha ateam whaler Lucretla from New Bedford for the
Noith Pacttlc aud Arctic, was dlamaated whinathort
time out and put back. Alia.
The following may interest tome of onr readers " A
tclerram frum Altata announcea the lost oflhescbr
A P Jordan with a cargo of railroad Ilea at that place.
No particnlara are given. Tho Jordan was owned by
Capt Cratk, her commander, and wat telued at $lfi,GuO
and lnturod for fll,uu; In r cargo valued at ti.VM
w jt Intiiiid for J.I.M)); nnd her freljcht money waa alto
The, Am b.Hne Wm G Irwin la et the L'eplanade load
ln2 fur Sail Francltco, tn tall on Monday uei.
Too Am batuo Uureka arrlted from Sau Francltco on
WeJuoadiy luat, and docked at llrewer A Co't wharf
white the la now iU.cbtr;lu.
The Haw bk Kalakana ta at llrewer A Co'a wharf die
char(ln2 tho last of her down er.-o. Mhr bat alto
taken In tome augar, and will aallfor Sau Francltco the
latter part uf ncjt wei k.
The Urlt bk Sir Lancelot la dlscharclnc; at the old
teamahii wharf. She will tall for Portland, Or., In
about ten uaya or two weeka.
Tne Am bk U t) Whltmuro it at the foot or S 8 Like
llke's d.Kk dltchartinc coal. She will return to the
bound abonl the middle of next week,
Tue licit 4 a Anjer Head arrived from San Francltco
laat Wednesday, en route tu Hone K0115. She hriuc
41 paatenirrra for this port, and "u for China. She ba
docked at P M S S dock where the It now discharging.
She will tall fnr lloni; Koug on Monday next.
The Hon bk Chlclayo hat dlicharctd her cargo and
hauled out In thettieam. bhe will return to the sound
about tha middle of uext week.
The Am tctir Anna It In the ttream. She will follow
tha Irwin lu a few dayt for San Francltco.
The I'M n SZealandla will be due from San Fran,
cltco this u tu, bul.at thla time of the year, the may be
one or two davt behind lime,
Tue KeUroyd. Paclilc Slope, Nineveh, and Loch Lee
anion Hie way tntula port from New Cattle N S W,
with a total ufattjl lout or coal,
'the Ambklloere baa arrived from Departure Day,
with I.SUO torn coal.
The schr Walehu arrived from Mahnkona on Thura.
diy, reihirla luttn: her anchor and about 40 f album 1
cUalu, and carrying away some of her foro rigging and
Rylnglin ttay. She alto rvporlathe folhiwieg tchooiu-rt
at alienor at -Mahukoua awaltlug theirthauce to msku
their tovi'tJl landlnii, vtat aih Julia, luualrlng Jib:
hatuua. Mini, Wtloll, Luka.Kulaiu.ua, I.ethl, 1'au.hl,
Tue actir Wallele repotlt, that while loading augar at
Mallku, one of the crew, Malkul by name, had bit leg
broken between Ibe foot and knee,
Irvm. Han Francltco, pr Anjer Head, Dec d -'Jttil
pkgt sundry ludtv to Chinese flrini, ( OS pkgt lu trao.
It lo Hung Kong,
Front Sydney, per City of Sidney, Dec. lMlte U.
Ingttoii, I c uidti't Mclntyre A tiro, 4 et groc; Hackluld
A C'o.Wic. bulten llollister A Co, 21 1. extraits: A 1
Mrllls, "Jet dry goods; A W ltlckardson, I cmdse;Cleg.
boili A Co, Hi is todst Dillingham A Co, H ca hdware.
From San Francltco, per Kureka, Die. SI J A Cru.
zai., 10 it hlild I'fli-clt; O U HeiLer, A kg uiaihluery, :(
lauka gasolines Dlliiusham A Co, i pkg Irmi audsiuel,
IS kva shoes: llollea A Ci, S3 pkg gtm t ixltlier A Co, 'J
uiichluaai J A Walker, 4ct shoit; K P Adama, II pks
furultuie; McLi-au llrot, iM cr gUttware; Lewert A
Cooke, lu udte. IMO putts, l.vJ0 Hulls shluglesj U1-0 F
Wellt, 4 ptauotl Ilr Mtivtbblu. Set dru., 1 ba tueal;
Cattle a: Cooke, Uct bacous May A Co, UpkK., lull
tk irroc, uMu tka Bourt ,V W lluib, 3.1s pkit groc, aouqr
tn ttour: Uli'ihoru A Co. 31 cs groc. i-ljiV . mails aud
oil; Uionu A Co, 30 ca whltk): C It WilMaut, 10 bales
hay. 4'Jpki: furultuie t M Pulnlpe A Co, SI it thoet.U
Iadry coodt, ao ue.ls trunks, Sa pkglobaicu; Wilder A
!a, t doors, Jl pkg blinds and window 1, 4utka (red,
-JM Jl ahlngles, ll par material, a kbit bevft llyuian
llros.eca Hals) lUrt llrot, W tkt iHitatoet; MMiliur
n , I c shoes, '.Vi vkK fruit, J T Watcrhouse, 45T pkg
ptoc.tnl k Boar, I bull.3cbwt.il canes, torsos, i
coops fowls; llsckleld A Co. 300 ska Hour, I c station.
arj.Sl bUU beef, t bol elder. W ;0g foil, 173 Il-s bono
weal, I Wow, I c samples, -. pkg nbld goods; O Hall
JC Mn. baa putty, 1M tke Itour, 4 tons iron, si ukg
tJwtte. ll)pt. 45 catnap, 4 ct variilab;U II Judd.Vu
eke bran. I ct iudt T II Davits, tafi-a, .10 pkg trou .
copper, I keg llrcli.'.M bxt tplkes; Noll Jc Co.antntis,
bOskt brn.kikggiooai.dtuudry panels to address;
1AI7 pksT to Cbluete tlrmt.
Foe Sau Fraucisro. txr City of Siilnc), Dec 15lb
SIT.4lbt Su.r, tr.vuilbt wool, 1? bx btttl leaves,
lliai binbs bauanat, t'gu. Value, tliO.uo; How, Value.
For San Franclno, per J A Falkltiburg, Dec 80th
k.(U lb sugar, 4iKbidei.. V.'l.VM 10s rUe. IO bneba
Uaauas, Fju. Value, SMl.Ui; luiii. Value, tVSI.IiaMO,
.FPf Far.ulug'a It. per Jmtte Walker, Uws Wat la
JfJsUltui i,i Horn, Fun. Vaiito, 9JJUAUX.
From Sydney and Auckland, per City of Sydney, Dee
11-W llialr Vm Heine lfo and child, J Waller aud
wife, J Long, J T Dreene, J O'Nell. Mitt It Kohlk, and
M Ir. transit, '
From San Franclrco, per Anjer llrad, DeeKd-W
...F! s"" Francltco, par City of Sydney, Dec 19th-A
Welllt. A McWayne and wife, II McKay. Captllub
liard. II J Agnew, W lleate, .Mrs Morgan, na J A
(lllon, M N (irlnbaum and wife. A W liuah, A llecht. S
I. ( can and wlfo, M Nrlat'r, II A P Carter, Mlaalartcr,
A Hliiger, II (I .farmer), T llnchanon, J T While ami
wife. B llrwl. .1 Herrirg. WJ Petrr wife and thlM. J
llann. M 1) Phelpa. W Sntellfl ami wife, P Spearman,
.1 llnrgeaa, J A.hwoilli, .1 Conner, J Thlra, .1 O Donnell
and wife f." Ilotawell, J Wllinx. A McDonald, J llrown,
A llronaen, II Mueller, anil ltcblneie.
For San Franelaco, per. I A ralklnhurg, DeeSfl-Mra
Jenny Wood and daughter, Mra M Turner, A -McKay.
For Fanning' la, per Jennie Walker, tier ill -Mr (I
lllnknell wife and son, (I II (Iregg, and f nailvea.
Till: MA rllltllAI fltl.SS
Puhllahed for the Satumijit Piikss Af (ociAiinn by
Book, Job and Geneial Printer,
Honolnln, II. I.
Notices of any eventaof Intcreat tranaplrtng on Ih
other lalanda will tlwaya be thankfully received for
publication. Correapondcnlf are rcqucatcd lo append
their true namea to all eommnnkallniis, not for pnbli.
eatlon nereaantlly, but aa a guarantee that the wrltir
la acting In good faith.
DUCK Mil Kit 21,1 Ml.
Tn nil (Htr iiLncribcrn ntnl (mtrotin, conlcin
pnrnrim, ntnl lo liao n Icg.-tl plinmo " lln.ao
In whom tlieao prcncntai nlmll come," wo wi'ali
n glatlntitne, tnorry I'llirintnma,
THE PRESIDENrS MESSAGE AND
I'rcsiilent Arthur's ntitiitut incaRnpje to Coti
Krcsfi ta an t1r.11n11.1llr long ntnl elaborate
document nnd Is nioketi of lij- American
pupcrn aa a vcrjr ulilo one. Wo Imvo not
space to give even comlenacd roview of il,
liii t will puliliah the pnrngrnpli referring to
thin country, which la ns follov.ii;
"Tho King of the Ilawnilnn lalanda, in the
coiirna uf hie li'imewiinl rolurii, lifter it jnurney
aroiiml tho wnrhl, Imi. lutely vinitcd thin
country. Wliilo our rclutintia with thitt King
dom are friendly, this Government has viewed
with concern tho vlTurls to neck n replenish
ment of tho diininiihing population of the Iil
ntls from outward sources tn 11 degreo which
limy impair thuir tiatiyo sovereignty mid iudo
penilcnce, in which tho United Slates wiib
nmong the first to testify n lively interest,"
A number of journals in their editorial rum.
mentt on this paragraph express dissatisfac
tion with il, an I n.ty that tho Vt esidont should
have been rnoro explicit on tho mutter, which
tliey seem to regard ns one of groat import
ance. Ti is is enough to show ns that Iho
Onveriimeiit nnd penjilo of tho United Slates
do not viow with a Iriondly oyo tho Urge in
crease in the numbers of Cliiucsu in theso
"Yon nro nt liberty to give up my nnmo
Mr. Editor, to nny porhon iutcrostcil or
desirous of gnining or furnishing inform
ation," says tho nutlior of mi nttnek upon
Mr. Armstrong published in tho J'. C. Ad
trrlitcr of last Saturday. Boing already
in possession of nil tho rolovont inform
tttiou we deem tho author ettpablo of giv
ing and not being ourselves 111 n position
to furnish such conclusio arguments as
would bo required to provo a circlo to a
mind thnt would insist it was square, wo
hnvo not sought by tho conclusivo means
offered to establish tho identity of tho
author of tho letter signed " R." Wo pre
fer Hint his Incognito should bo preserved
in so far as tho niuaus ho bus lutoly
adopted to disguise, himself may tend to
securo suchan end, and in so far as his
opon titlo might benefit our readers hold
ing advorso opinions.
Tho author, howover, has tho staunch
support of an anonymous noblo who latolv
wroto a pamphnlet divulging tho intri
cacios of American annexation schemes,
another noblo who openly and upon 'ovory
occasion has expressed himself in a strain
not dissimilar from that in which tho
author " It" has writton in regard to In
dian immigration ; but outsido of tho
support of these two individuals and that
of tho very responsible Editor of the P. O.
Adcertitcr, the views of "1," judging from
appearances in regard to what lias gono
before in relation to this subject, aro
likely to gain but littlo support. Hut us
advorso vtows are so generally entertained
by jRioplo directly interested in tho im
migration question, aud those tinder n
general hypothesis aro classed by tho sup
porters of " It " as annexationists, and an
nexationists again, aro tritor, doubtless
ho is ablo to derive a certain amount of
comfort in tho contemplation of quality
in tho absonco of quantity in tho mutter
of support not that ho loved Crcsar less 1
But " It " is especially distressed with
tho "judgement" (testimony being meant)
that " East Iudians aro not suitablo or do
sjrablo " as immigrants. Owing o tho
limited natural capacity of tho Commis
sioner tho want or neglect of opportunity
to gather uud digest information on his
part as evinced by such judgment, his re
port ns 11 whole is condemned, while n
contrary judgment is held as binding ;
and its a guarantee that it is unimpeach
able " It " gratiously offers his real namo
to buch as are still disposed in tho least
to doubt, or nro groping about in search
of reliable information.
As utr.tr ns wo nro capnblo of under
standing tho writings ami opnious of "It,"
it is not only labor wo want, but DriiM
labor; not mero immigrants, but Ikitith
immigrants, tho nationality if nut actually
supplying tho lack of quality, at leas't
being iuttirectly cnpablo of compensating'
for it; aud thoroforo Mr. Armstrong is
wrong in excluding them upon nny terms
from among thoo ho supposes desirable.
Uon these grounds he tins no right to
innko any rehearsals of or comments upon
tho pagan, or immoral proclivities, or tho
want of physical stamina of tho class of
immigrants wo would bo likely to got from
lndiai nnd much lens to inform people
that British law would protect them in
tho iR'rformiiuco of their religious rites
aud coiomonies however repugnant they
might bo tii tho laws under which wo livo.
Neither has ho any right to nlludo to such
a document as Unit nddiessed to tho Gov
ernor in Chief of Jamaica, and represent
ing (at least) tho majority opiuion of
l'-VKX) religious persons of tho Baptist
denomination in regard to the undesirable
character of Indian coolies as a people
with which to stock a country. Tho coolies
are there represented us lacking " nll-jioui
nnd wioiiit f.fuci'ioii, inilmtry, entrjy, tnUr
yr(u,n aud " otuctittJ inttlliytnc."
''It" howover has not given us his
opiuitm in regard to the changes our laws
would have to undergo, for Uio accomoda
tion of the Indian immigration project) or
how we could avoid tho ditlicultics that
might nrise in tho iutercourso of our
authorities with th7nfuA 1'rvintor thut
tho bchemo would necessitate ns being
intruded upon us, and who would be im
ik)i taut just in proportion to the disparity
thut exists between tho nation he would
represent and our own. But ucrhnis
upon this phase of tho question he will
reserve his opiuiou us more appropriate to
tbo doliberaUous o tho JgUlaiuro short
ly to meet. If so wo may well expect n
treat, especially if tho arch lover of tho
Hawaiian people should succeed in obtain
ing their suffrages. Then there would ben
trio of nnmes, if not of persons, who would
stand by ono onother, if not in what is
right, at least in n united ondenvor to
provo all opponents wrong, and present
the donr people with n phnntnsmic repre
sentation of tho long fist of unpunished
traitors and conspirators still proying
upon their vitnls.
Tho large numbers of runaways conlanlljr
occurring on our streets nre in nearly every
instance the result of carelessness on tho part
of drivers They are becoming so frequent
that tunny ladies are afraid to drive nut alone,
A c.irrloss or incompetent hark driver should
not be etitrilAtcd with the 1 1 Co of any person.
W'n saw n horso run nwny with an cxprcs. n
short time ngo, when the Chiiiefo driver was
in his stat with the reins in his hands, hut
was so badly frightened that ho lost his pres
ence of mind, nnd could only shout for help,
which Increased tho speed of thu animal. In
turning a corner tho vohiclo capsized, nnd tho
driver and two p.issengcts wero thrown out
nnd severely bruised. There nro too many
Chinnse ami boys lu this business who know
nothing about handling it horse, ntnl could not
inanagn a frightened one. IVrhaps tho most
practicable plan of reducing tho number of
such mishaps to a minimum would ho to license
tho Inck drivers, lly refusing licenses to in
capablo persons and revoking those of drivers
who proved tlieinsolvci to bo careless or In
competent, it might becotno safo again to rido
in a private carriage along tho main streets of
tho town. Drivers need bo required to pay
only a nominal price fnr their licenses, ns this
is intended mainly as n precautionary mcasuic.
Vir. would respectfully call tho attention of
our readers to tho doublc-pago supplement
Hsued wilh to-day's I'nr.ss, which contains
matter of a highly interesting character, and
much valuable information concerning certain
chapters of the published history of Walter
Murray Gibson and iho " Kioti " on Laiuii,
Things Wise and Otherwise
A sail tnlo of nlmto of authority by some of the
officials 011 llaunli lias lieeu recti veil from ono of
ita districts, which wo defer using till further in
formation comes to li md.
Itcmarkn lmvo beuii undo by several upon tho
aliionco of Aholo's name in thn recent Second
Circuit Court Calendar, and queries aro pro
mulgated in to whether tho matter is compromised
gr not. If it bat licuu, upon what basis? Tim
public would like to know, ercially, perhaps, ti.u
would-be mouth puces of the " dear people.''
How docs our l'ost Offioo progress towards
readiness to enter Ukii its Universal Postal Union
privilegis? Tliern arn various matters lo provide
itself with besides sending for new adhesive
8tauii, such iih canceling- and marking-st ipjps,
bags, locks, blinks, way-bills, etc. Wo hops to
lotrn of no npsltgciice, for thero li is been aiujilo
time tn get fully prep ired with these ni'ce3sarits,
ns wnll as to prncliouon putting up mails accord
ins to form.
The V. C.A.ol last woek takes the palm for tho
tangent leader thnt has jet been inflicted on
mortals in tlu-sn islands. If there had been points
of interest in it such as in our largo supplement
nrticlo to-day, there would have been an Incentive
for its readers to liavo waded through it ( but ns it
is, we venture to say not one in fifty has douo so.
It is another case of "love's labor lost." Tim
editor did not want to believo tho report of the
Commissioner on Immigration, and that is about
all tho artic'o amounts to.
What's tho mittot with our street lamps?
During an early wrambni.itiou of our streets ono
morning this wtek woiuct another pedestrian who
had to "whistle to kcop his courago up," or avoid
collision, and another wliwo creak of a pair of nnw
boots was tho only indication of any ono being
near, though bat n few fuet distant. Stieet lights
were fow aud cry far between, as the following
will show: Queen street, none; Merchant street,
nuilt; Ki.it; oSTXet fitilll tbo- o..u ta .1.- a.,.,.
Church, two; Hotel stieet, one; Uercuiiiia, from
Jl'um.ikea to beyond Thjiuas So,urc, two; Punch
bowl, ltichardii, Kuuna, nnd Alakci stroots, none;
Fort street, threo; Xuunnu Rtroet, from tho wharf
to lieretauin, none.
We beg to suggest th it the l'ost Odlco author
ities re-adopt the rulo of " takn your turn in single
file," so as to avoid tho crowding and injustice
that is experienced every mail day Ht the window.
Its broad windjw- might bo provided with two
wickets, ono arranged for delivery of letters from
A to li nnd the other from M to 55 ; this would
faciittato matters considerably. A great ground of
complaint, mid one for which the people them
selves are mostly to blame, is thecrowdiug to mail
letters and pipers. A little forethought in pro
viding stamps, or proper change to procure stamps
nnd atlir. them themselves, would work to the bene
fit of the public. The l'ost OQlce window is not
the place to stamp letters, nor should thu olUce bo
expected to do tt. especially on rua.it day. The
last steamer m ill was noted to cliso two hours
prior to tho timo set for sailing, after which the
office had to aflii stamps to atxnitSOi) letters.
Th yearly meeting of the Sailors' Home So
cioty was held at the Homo on Wednesday last,
tbo -'lal inat., at 11 a.m., S. N. Cattle, l'ref ident, in
the chair. The meeting was opanod with prayer
by tho ltev. 8. K. Damon. After reading of tho
minutes of the previous meeting, tho Treasurer
rer.d tho follow lug report, covering n apace of two
Tut SalLoHs' IIumk in Account with Ciiai. It. Dltnor,
187-nec 31 By balance at per ae't ren'd $6S.8S
Ins Dee. 15 lly I iniiiiili'a nnt of Cellar, lu.oo
lSSI-Ucc 11-Uy VI munlli's rent uf OUlca KJ.UO
18SI-Occ'.'l 1) balance aj.ll
ltl-Jan 2-TopaiJK. nimiciinibe't blll.S it 10
.. J.ll, liiaek't bill..... sto
" i. Sejelken Co hill I.U0
,i . Lewe.,, ii Dlckton'a" M
' Dee SI " " " " ' 6.U5
ltSl ' E. Uuntemnbu'a " !
"-July IS" ' N, f. Ulircust'a ' 13H.JS
1881 Dec SI Dy balance , $ IS,I
K.JtO. K. Ciiii. II. Ilituor.
Honolulu, Dec. S1.1SS1.
Tho amount of $100 being due shows n balance
of $U1.SU tu the credit of the Sailors' Home.
Ituv. H. O. Damon, Chairman of the Eiecutive
Comiuittio then read tho following nnnu.il report,
which wucoiumetid to the intention of our renders:
lutroiiT or ciuuistAN or mtcimve couamir,
Wo have nweiubled to recoguie the S7lli Aunt,
vervaryof an Ir.btitution, which was esublishod
moto tlmu a quarter ufn century ago, for the
beutilt of beaiueii. It is confidently asucited that
the original design of thu Society nnd tho "Home"
has not been departed from, although other
clawea in thu community have enjoyed its bene
Ills. With the change in the bumueas and com
mercial affairs of Honolulu, n chango has takuu
place among thoo Murting to the " Home."
'Ihu " Home" naturally comes to be a resort for
strangers, of various nationalities, passing through
Honolulu. It is now "Tha Hlraugers' Ileal," a
liamogiven to a class of ' homes" established in.
LiverixHil. London nnd other I!uroeeau cities.
Wliilo boamen have resorted hither as in former
curs, (uf their own lieu will, or sent liltlur by
consuls.) ktrtuiL'em Norwegians. Portueuese.
South Sen IhUudets nnd other natiunHlltiea havo
hero found a temporary home. The lepresonta
tiveanl n dozen different nationalitica and raovs,
havo fouud in Mr. nnd Mrs. Duutcombe, peraoua
who havo thoughtfully prodod for their pleseul
Utceasitii'n and scut them forward on the journey
of life, l'rom not a few of these kind words of
thanksgiving have Iwen returned, like tha follow,
log, from an English sailor, who thus writes from
Portland, Oregon, under date of Nov. 4th last:
" About u mouth ago, you remember tho baria-i
Olixjiba couuua to Honolulu. I nni the npproiiticj
that earn to tbo Heading Ituoiu, to whoai jou
cave tracts; the ltible wna bmughl up from tho
bottom of my cheat, aud I began to think of
'oldou tiiuas,' I shall ever bless (JoJ thnt took
me to Honolulu."
Mr. Uunaoombo is couttantly receiving similar
letters (row Maiueu and laborers, juUng through
Honolulu to the various plautAtnma on the l&l.
aud. Scarcely a day istaaot that the keeper uf
thu " Uotue" U not assisting sotuo stranger uuwly
arrived, onward tu hi future homo on other Uf.
auds or distant part of the world. Hence I am
confident iu assorting, that the Honolulu Sailors'
Home, with its "lodgings," "Heading Kooiu,"
" Dibit, and Tract Depository" and other elements
of moral good, is liow Hooompliahiug the urmud
object of Ita original daaigu uiular th rviifu u(
Kaiimhsmeha HI, and wLloIi U beeu ooulluuad
under bt succtsseiors to tha prtnteiit time, T be
"Uouw" bo4 bru a cutr froju vrheno bo
tuuaunUd guial to both tha bodjats aud nxila of
ssUOtUetU aud Ussibia
In the management of tho establishment, It has
hern so ctti fully conducted, that since 1874, Iho
Snbllc has not been called upon lo contribute! one
ollar for its aupimrt. 'I here has been a small
balance In the troianry, at the end of each year ns
follows: ?S.(J0 in 181, f 1.81 In 1875, f f!3.7 In 1S76,
3 31 in la;, sJttiJKl in 1S78, 85.82 In 1873, nnd for
1K80 ami lCSl Until apiwar that the "Homo" Is
The tlmu has come when some Important re
pairs are absolutely needed, and tho main building
meds rep. luting. It Is lo be hoped the '1 rusltes
at this nnntiil meeting will take tho necpssary
stein to carry mil this measure.
T he t'halrmnti of the Kiecnllve Committee In
making this ntiiiual report, desires to express his
acknowledgments to all natrons and sipijrlors of
tills establishment, niilrh he has endeavored most
carefully to guard and watch over for nioro than
nrpiirter of n century. I do not think, I could
havo more faithfully looked out for its welfare, or
guarded Its Interesl, If It had been my own pro
lerty from which I was deriving nn annual Income
of substantial pecuniary support, or emolument.
8. C. Damon,
Chairman of Kxccutlvo Committee.
Honolulu, Dec Zi, 1881.
In placo of the retiring trustees tho following
gentlemen were elected by ballot tnnre for a
term of threo years: K. (J. Hall, 8. 0. Damon, J,
U. (Hide, II. 1'. Dillingham, H. .May, A. H. Clcgl
horntto fill the vacancy ctuaed by tho death of
J. O. Dickson, 0. M. Cooke wns duly electeil.
After tho udjoiiriiment of the meeting of tho
Sailors' Homo Society, n mooting of the llotrd of
Trustees was cilled to order by the President, H.
N. Castle. The minutes of tho last meeting being
read nnd approved, tho election of olllcersof the
Hoard by ballot wan proceeded with which resulted
ns follows! H. N, Caalle, President; (J. It. llishoii.
Treasurer; F. A. Hclm-fnr, Kecretarv; ihecutivn
Committee, Itov. S. 0. Damon, H. 0. Hall, 1'. 0.
'I ho Trustees Inspected tho entire building nnd
found the same well kept, but needing repairs. It
was therefore on motion carried thnt tho Kuril
tive Committee be nuthorl7ed to spend a sum not
to eiceed JIVJU, for repairs nnd to deviso wavs nnd
meins for procuring tho necessary funds. No
doubt tho community will respond "ton call made
on Miami for ns useful nn institution as tho Sailors'
Homo Iiiih proved to be for n term of twenty-soven
Tho Native Frets.
A'correspoohdentof thli1n"o.t).i, writing from
Kawallue, Says that a groat deal of drunkenness
provailn thoro, nun and women behaving Hko
pigs, fighting and grovelling in tho dirt, and asks,
whoro aro tho ulice, that thoy do not put a stop
to tho disgraceful business.
A very different picture from that of Knwalhao
Is the description of a " Hawaiian Home," at V.
nlua. that of ltev, 8. K. Timothy, ns given by Mr.
II. Waterhoiisn in tho siuio piier.
Tho A'aa.iUi 8,iys editorially of tho mission to
Portugal : " llns Minister has sevornl times before
been abroad on business of this kind or tho Haw
aiian Government, and is familiar with Iho moilo
of procedure before tho heads of foreign govern
ments; ho is a servant of this government, and
goes ns bo is directed. Hut thu Eltlt and the
'ne Atna have lately been much excited on learn
ing that this public servant wns going abroad on
government service, mid have made use of bitter
nod abusive language in regard to him. What do
they menu, or what do they desiro ? If tho .Min
ister has done wioiig in nny particular, let it bo'
ixiiutid out, but do not find fault with him for
carrying out the instructions of his government.
These two journals talk without reason,"
On tho subject or tho pablio health, the samo
paper wiys: " Sliong drink is another great causo
of the decrease of tho jwoplo. Thia is plain enough
w'irii wu luniuuibcr tho many chiefs aud common
l-iopio who, in tho prime of life havo been destroy
ed by this qno thing. Tho use of awn is also do-
Birutiivu oi mu iiiooi tuo people.
" Illicit co-habitation, csjwci illy among those
who Into not yet arrived at maturity, is another
prolific sourco of disease, and preinatuie decrepi
tude, whoroby m my among us nro Incapacitated
from becoming tho parents of children. The eager
ruah after pleasure, rogurdlcss of consequences, is
nKiii.iutivis iu (iiuuiins. i.screatioii ol Itself,
temirately indulged in, is well; but all play nnd
no work results in poverty and a short life. Tho
m icliiuo that runs wildly without work is llablo to
break, Tho growth of ldloitess among the people
is also a omsu of thoir decrease. Tho growing
nations nro tho industrious ones. If our iieoplo
desiro to iuci ease, habits of industry must bu in
culcated tn the young throughout thu land.
" Wo havii set fortli thoio things, not as findin"
fault, but for tho purjsiso of inciting and en"
oiuraRlng our readurs to avoid llioso courses
which lead to death iiml to choose thoio which
lead to tho increase of the people. Tho road to
lifo is plain."
T'Lo P.ie Aiita, having road nnd thoroughly con-sidcii-d
tho Itoport'of the Commissioner of Immi
gration, imj-s: " It is full of valuable information
rtsiK-cting tho countries visitexl, to wliich wo
should devote careful attention; seeing that tho
subject of immigration is ouo of j nramount im
portaneo tons. Jt will not bo ndvnuuigeous to
bring 1lther all sdr(s of people, espa cially such ns
nro ffunuig cnonj'a to tako ndvaiitagu of our
small md weak condition, ni present wo nre few
in num'."rj iiml ! swnsalln -. ,i, , j
do notwant lo imrodnco n now race that will still
farther decrease our people.
"Our Commissioner tlwollsnt some length on
tho question of Kast Indian immigration, and tho
conclusions at which ho arrives aro pretiv much
iu hi cord with our own, inasmuch us it is not
labor alone that wo need, but population also to
fill tho country. Wo do not beliovo that India is
the souroj from which our population is to be re
cuperated, for thoro id is lull of dilllcuities nnd
obstructions. We cannot get from thenoj projwr
and dvsirablu women, or mam cithur, nccording to
thu showing of tho Commissioner. If wo should
get uu immigration from India, it would neither
increase nor benefit our own people; for when
those people nro bruught hore, a Commissioner
will bo scut along to look out fortliciu, as it wero,
a King over our own Sovereign, nnd how would
that suit us ?
" Wo quits ngreo with what the Commissioner
says in regard to the Malays, and tho immigra
tion of tho Portuguese and people trom Hurope;
nod also with his concluding remarks as to the
duties of foreigners residing hero to assist too
Hawaiian pcoplu; to perpetuate, to increase and
strengthen thuui, an.i to aid in earning on tho
Uovrrnuiout so ns lo sveuru those ends."
The following is from tho "Item" column of the
Pat Ainu: "On Monday noxt the Minister of tho
Interior will sail ror tho Court of Portugal, with
tho sum of $30,00J with which to bring Portu
guese. From whence is this new appropriation
fur bringing iu laborers 1 Wo (into heard that it is
taken from balanced of appropriations for the In
terior Department. Is tueru any authority fur
Tho EMt hnssovernl columns of a translation of
tho J'. V. Aditt tittr'M criticism on tho lleport of
tho Commissioner of Immigration. Tho follow
ing paragraphs nro from tho "Item" columns:
' Ouco before, Henry Carter was sent abroad in
the character of ltoyal Commissioner and also to
ascertain where we could get laborers who would
nt tho haiuo time help to recuperate the popula
tion. Hut he ciumi back empty-handed. Subso.
queutly W. N. Armstrong was sent, nnd has come
back with n bag of wind. And now Henry Carter
is again sent forth with bis empty bag on the
same errand. Perhaps hu will till it, and perhaps
uot. One th'.ng however Is col tain, that the ox
lenso will empty several bags of tho public money,
und his journey is fated beforehand to twit failure.
" When tho Attoruoy-Qotu-ral uddresses tho
Minister of the Interior, the latter will bear with
his left ear. Hut when tho Minister of the Interior
replies to the Attorney-Ueueral, the right ear will
be used. One tongue, however, will do tho talk
ing. There nre, somehow, two heads with one
body. Sometimes they may come to loggerheads.
Oh, no I"
A correspondent writing from Molokai asysi
"Thero nre a number of Chinamen hero who aro
rtery div openly selling liquor tu natives in their
stores. You may perlinpa ask, whure is the Sheriff
of this Island 7 Well, he is here, but ho makes no
movement m -tbo witter, nnd it woold south us
though ho was a party interested iu the trade. It
is Indeed reported that he told thn Chinamen to
sell to natives, with discretion. Thero is much
drunkenness on Suudays, and other days also.
The liquor ooiues on tho Lthmt every trip, as well
as by sailing voxels."
Kotlo to Mariners.
Race Rooks Fog Alarm.
Ilin Uarrmsio MajcsTr'a Coksuhk Unhu
Honolulu, Dtceniker I'Jth, IMt,
Notice la hereby glen that tha log Hell at Itaca
KikVs l.licht Station. In the Slrallt of Jiitn il Kuca,
Hrltltli Columbia, ha been replaced by a IC-liich Steam
Vug Whittle, touiutilic blasts ofSteeondt' duration,
wllhliiUivalt of IndiiuteauillJtnouilt betweeu the
bUttt. I.at N, II' IV, Lour, W IU- 3f V
(SljueU) Jtaat 11, Vimisouta.
II. 11, U. vomniltsloiier aud Cuniul-Uf neral,
tl W It
f,5fj-,.iV.:5u-4r ",,, " n aw
S1TT1MJS of the run Street Church will lake
place on aluuOay CvtubiK tbt amb Init., at ball past
stven u clock b, bi, per Order.
"SI P. C.JONUS. Secretary.
For tale I
Oxr. r i.m: (titm ii:hihe. hinh adjh
ceutlt, wall brukcii lo harueaa. ttvn years old.
M lm Kuqalra of b.MAONIX.
0AL1F0HNIA LIME I
audUarktutinsKUKKKA, for Sale by
HULLBd tt Co.
EiiaSUM For Sitl
new ao-iiousK row i; u kx-
OlME, ta perfect onla. for Sale by
Order Goods, ex " Eureka."
from San Francisco:
F, In diamond, Svl I'acVaRf t Flour nnd Feed,
I, Co, Sci 1's.ckf.j.fa Flour and Feed-elilpped by
TWFInytf. Co. Snn Francltco. '
Conaleneea of the above (Inoda are reqnefted to call
at onr nirice, pay freight and chargea and receive their
(londa wllhout delay, nilierivlae the fame will be stored
fur accoont and risk of whom It mar concern ; and If
not claimed within five flays, will be told at auction for
freight and chariiea
II HACKrKM) A Co.
Honolnln,.!) ec ! (f.'ilt) Agents llktnt Eureka.
Mrriii'.tft: mu nr air tiir ti,trsMt.si
rj IS .ANUS. In l'ri.bate-In the Katate of MBTIIU
SKI.A K. MAIIUKV. of ll.mulnln, deceased, Intea.
late. Iltfore the Chief. Inatlce.
()n reading and flllni.' tha petition of Simon K. Kail,
of llnnnhihi, I.Ian. nfOahn. alleelnj- that Melhnaelah
K. Mnluua, of said llonnlnlii, (iTeil Inteatate at tald
Iloniihiln. nn Ihe II day of December, A. It, I as , and
pravlnif that letters of Administration i'sne to him.
..,.l.!;.0"I'r?1 "'' TUKSIIAY the lOthdny iif.fAN.
UAI M. A,), IS.SI. be and hereby la app'ilnled fur
hearing aahl peiltlun before th' aald .Insllee, In the
(.oiirt riioin of this CiMirl, at llnnnlnlii, at which lime
anil place all peraona cnncernad may appear and ahnw
came, If any tli.y have why aald petition thuiild not be
eraiited. anil that this order be piibllrliid In the liana.
Il.in and tngllah langnarea for three aucceaalve weeka
In the "Knokcaand "Satnnlay Prcaa" nevtarianera In
Honolulu, ' '
Dated Hiinoliihi, II, I., December ?M, A, I). IMI.
Atleali A. Ilea. Chief Juellcc Supremo Court.
SJ .It llepnly Clik
iwi I'liii.'ir; taiiiitr Vn- -nit: iMTuir
7" lalanda, In I'robile. In the matter of the (liiardlan
ahlp or the mliinr children uf Cll.ts, Al'IANI I.OSO.
latenf llonnlnlii, deceased, Order to alimv ranao nt
aipllenlloii of (In irillau for order of rale nf Ileal Katate,
On reading and riling Iho petition of Frederic Aiigna
hit Schaefer, the tbnrdlan of the iriiperly of Hie minor
children or l has. A plant bong, riecaaaed, praying for an
order of sale of cerlnln res) etialnalliialeilunMiiliaNt,.
Iloniilnln, belonging to Ills eialil wardf. and setting
forth certain legal reasons why audi real estate aliuuld
It It hereby ordeieil, that the neit of kin of the aald
ward, and all pelfniia Inleresied In Ihe aald ealnlc.
appear before thla Court (IN H.tTUIIDAV. the lllh ilv
aiKlANUAHV, A. II. ISSB. at in oMnek a! in . it th?
Uonrt lloaini of this Court, In Honolulu, then and there
to show cause why an order should not bo granted for
the sale aif atieh ealatei
And It la further oiderrd, that a copy of thla order be
published nt leaat three eiiieestlvo weeks h-fiue the
tald day of h-yln, In lh I'ntaa and Knokoa newtpa
pi r published In anld lloiinlnlii. '
Dated II iliilu, II. I,, Diceinber aM, 1881,
,, A. FltANCISJIJDD,'
... . 9l,lr,Jl""ceof l",'"l"enot''oiitl.
Attratt A. IttlSA. Depuly Clerk, ennt
Uiti'iiKiti: 'tiiitr if run iAtv,tM..i-
of tt 11,1,1AM IIAI.U late of Honolulu deceased, at
Chambers. bfore Chief Jiiallce Jnilal.
On reading and riling tho petition and accounts nf
I.dnard rreslon, Ailiiilnialrator of the estate of Kdwaral
Hall, ute of Honolulu deceased, wherein he aasa tn lie
allowed SI, Ml Si, and charges himself with Sl.'JIStw,
nnd aaks that the same may boeiamlned and approved,
nnd that a Dual order may bo made of the dlslrltiulion
of the property remnlnliiij In his hands lo the persons
thereto entitled, nml dltcharglng hi in and his sureties
from all further responsibility as such.
It Is ordered, that Tuesdaj, Ihe Kill day nf Janinrr.
A. I), IBS.', at 1U o'clock A M beroro the raid Juatlcc, at
Chambers. In the Court House, nt Honolulu, be and the
same; Is hereby appointed as Midline and place for
hearing tald petition nnd accounts, nnd thut an persona
Interested may then nnd there appear und howianae.
If nn they have, why Uu; some anonld not be granted,
mid may present evidence ns In who arn entitled to the
fjld prupetly. And this order. In tho Kngll.h and
Hawaiian languages, be published In Ihu "Nupepa
KiiaikiM anil haturdnv Press." newrpatiera printed
and inibllahed In Iloniilnln, for three riiccorhe weeka
pri-viiiua tn Iho time therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I., this ir.th day e.f December.
A.D. issi. A. FHA.NOISJUDD, ""'ulr'
Chief Justlcu Supreme Couit.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
LOOK AT THIS
Wmi.r. oint i-itii:sn.s TiiitoKjiioDT
the various lalsnds nre contcmplallng what pros
enta wmilit be moat soluble for Ihe coming Holidays,
they mutt not forget that
Vickery's Fireside Visitor
wod make one of the Most Agreeable Household Ap
prec latlons that could be desired to mnkc the Home
circle one of Cheerfnluesa.
This Beautiful Pictorial Monthly
Iutermlngl.-d wilh Ilwt Ktcellent and Insinic
tle l.ltcraliiru, lngcther with the Premi
ums, consisting of
Two Largo Elegant Oil Paintings.
ON PLATE PAPER,
WHICH ARE GIVEN TO EACH SUBSCRIBER WITH THE FIRST
NUMBER 0? THE PAPER,
arc well worth fivo times the co-t of subscription. No
Pliluilulou the Islands has a wider repiitatiuu. and no
Uiromoa eicr oiK-rul to thu public are cuuul to these.
.Vi Is the time tor our Island rneuda loeend lu ttielr
Outers, ami lor uur Honolulu 1'ilemis to call and tec
Ihu Taper und l'reuiluiiia.
vsr- KAVii m iiciiini:it, riiR i.as, Kt-
4'KI VKN A IMPRR 1'OU l YEall, ANI A HKt
rTIIi:lll.iA1.1'ri.'yf. which are Suitable to
stlsinu m . .-., .. Uie'rilS. ..um.uv. si ia".,r,r,
'Cull or Address, tl. E. WISEMAN,
T. O. IIOX -115. Office, XT .Merchant St., Honolulu.
b'J St BSS at
FRIDAY EVE'NS DEC 30,
Tho Entertainment for Christmn3
Week. Programme :
a-IIamlet Act 3d, Scene 4th '..Shakespeare
I Concerto C. Mlnorfor two lnttromentt).I1eethoven
MltS. JUDD AND MISS CASTLE,
S-Dno ,. From Opera of Joan n'Arc
MKS. J. II. l'ATY AND Jill. I'. A. HAKNDEN.
(Home, Sweet Home Thalberg
T-Kobert of Sicily .'.Longfellow
ov Admission, Jl.M and lOO. All Seats Iteacrved nt
tt'bllneyA Kobertson'a, afierS a. in. Wednesday, D.
ctmbcrlh. sy-Inlruments to be used on this occa
sion are a Largo Chlckcrlug and Upright Stelnway
Not Procoeds for the Benefit of Oahn
College IJiiilding Fund.
NTOITHElt TIIK CAPTAIN NOK
Owners of tho Ilrlllsl, balk "Sir Lancelot," wil
be responsible, for any debit euntracted by the CreM
while In thla Tort. O, V. M ACFAItLANE Jt CO,
giBl H7 St Agents.
SO BbU. Islme.
80 Case Medium Bread,
85 Cases Soda Crackers,
100 Bll. Plaat. Salsum.
FOn SALE IIY
H. HACKr-ELD CO.
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpill-j PAUTNKHSIIir JIEKKTO-
L fureexlsllns between ChJrlea J. Ilaidet, James
II. Ilayeeldtui and Henry 1'. Uertclmann dntni bnslnett
nn Furt St. under Iho corporals iisrae nf Enterprise
i'Unlnr Mill, It thla day ditoived hv luulnal cuntent.
All debt' dne the Arm and all dsbia dne by them will
be settled by O.J Hardee and II, F. Dertelmann, who
will continue ihe business undr the same corporate
namo. tlllUII.es J. HAIIDKE.
(Signed) JAMKS li. IIAYSKI.DKN,
HENRY F. HEKTELMANN.
Honolulu, Nor. llllh, ISSI. M nt
10 OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY!
TAKE. THIS OCCASION
niitlfyloK onr MEUC1IANTS that
All Bills left with mo for Collection dur
tag the closing of this Quarter
will receive prompt attention. Hooks and acconnla
will ba carefully balanced np, and matter pertaining
to jitnsral oSco work will bs attended to at uioderat
J. E. WISEMAN,
Oeueral Uuilnea Agrol.
UrriCR. t7 Merebntat Nl. ' M It
Mortgagee'! Notice of Sale.
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I t Sale contained In aceritln cbaille uioruszeglren
by Jctsai M, Tbomp.ou and Wllsou K. Johaslona to iho
llawattaii Agricultural Company, dsttd Kcb Hlb, I8S1,
tat undertlgnnl gtvet nulca that It Inicoda to forcclote
aid toorlgtia for cuadlllont broken vlct nou-payincot
of Ike debt aecured tbtrebv, and will tell at public uc
tlou at tbt tales room of K. I Adamt, at Honolulu, on
Ssluldsy Ibe 7lh day nf January. A. II. IStV, at It
o'clock M. all Hie goods, (kattela and eVacta named In
aid worlgagt tin a llueuf Klcvttui Wilt Traoiway,
tvateiher wlih all ilituret aud appurteuancM and also a
Mdlulre. rop. posu, catilustac. ttow eu isa Coot
stay's trewltaa at fanala. Kau, Hawaii,
The Hawaiian Axilcullursl Co,
Uoaolula, pec. 7U, 1S1. . mu
. O. BALL A SOK
Would Call Attention to Thoir
Spiendid Asst. of Goods !
Hnll'n Furro-w Plow.
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PLOWS, 20 DIFFERENT SIZES
Itall'a Steel Plnies. enltln!: from Bin II Inches! Hall's II and IS Inch Itreakera. ti Inrh lei. n...
Snli-aoll PjOW. Ilall'a Fnrrorr I'loive. Side Hill Pi,,',.,, w, ,J l.'nd 11 Inch",, ' Ch Kn' 'l""n'
IB Inch Sulky Plows, nudu specially for Hamakna I'lanlallnns; Mo. 2 nne Eve Movrera
Plow Ilandlea, citra polnla and beania, for all Plows that we keeps Agricultural Implement! of all kind.
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE, ALL KINDS;
NAILS AND SPIKES, of all kinds and sizes;
Reed and Batten's
CELEBRATFO SILVER-PLATED WARE !
IN A (II1KAT VAI1IETV OF MOST BEAUTIFUL DKHION8;
8TOVE3 AND RANGES, of many kinds and sizes:
WK MAKK A SPECIALTY OF .
PAOTT AJfD OILS,
And having over aym Iba. of HnbhncV'a White Lead and Zinc r,f TllhVrenlOnslltlea beside. . v..n ri . ..
Pry Paints anler!. d nver--MO(lallon of Hiibbnck'a HKir !, I.K noilshD i!mmki. asai1 "" "'. !
".'. fr,ra C.llfn,nl.i. the Ha.t an-l rninMtihhMi' &. nS?J' LW: B"Sk "'
would cover more than n whole pace of the Pneas. We
IkVaclkVae Mill, Tl U 1 1 i IIUI. It I IITIII 111 I 'J P n II III "mi a H11 T
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Wo Havo Recently Received a Largo Stock of Goods In Our Line,
(many of which aro Entirely New In this Markets !.. At.J
viz: Barks F.S. Thompson and
biia. uaay i nompson, w. H. Moyerand 8. S. City of New York, .
Large Invoices of Goods !
from Now York, Bo3ton, anil San Francisco.
Bk. Sir Lancelot with Fence Wire, Paint Oil, Ac., from England
otjh stock: is
VERY LARGE and COMPLETE
-A jrnwS ! i .X- j, -
All Kinds of Mechanics' Tools,
A. BEAUTLFUL. LIISTE
SILVER PLATED WARE !
Averill Mixed Paints. Hubbuck A8on's and Othar'
A txtaa. j Ta
OF ALL KINDS.
Berry fc Bros. Superior Varniihe,
Valentine' Carriage Varniahea,
Best Brands of Kerosene Oil,
American Lubricators and Luerioatiaf Cups,
A PULL LINE OP LUBRICATING OILS
MANILA AND SIsAL ROPE. (Etc.. KtO.
Mortgage Foreclosure lale.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A l'OV.'.
I Kit of salt coouIiis4Ib aruln wirijsgt clvtn bv
PsVaks., (,)tat)hluujao aa4 liiaria.dacl Mar IStli,
Ha, recofOad U Llbsir 7, paft IW. IDa ailrtlsnt4
ld naiUo laat, la.ty laltud ut forxloa talI noruai
for coDdlltona brukaa.and alii tall at public auctluu
rllUt p(-uil.tsdtscnba la tald uasrlfaaa. U Har.o
tla, IKS HATUHUAY, lb. ill). Ujr uf fjaca,tr, IMI,
I U !! uf tald ttaf, at lb. auction roomt vf K. H.
Adamt. Tk itramltaa la Ita told caotltt of all Ihot
ttalaM tilaaUd al Waawa. fait. Hawaii, uuululai
au ww of U, tent, dtKrtbaJ la Kajral faun X.
IMi. tank prtUUnc ba ba4 Tithi ojt It
PIC4 HoaoIiUi, tk 1M aUjr o( JMc.. AlT M t
-" Inv Ti,' ",7rlSd. and cn.tn iWf. !.Tft.V '
eordlallv n.ii. .' iSJI."" ,f Li". ',Lt. T. krTP- l
inemaerves. and they will be convinced of what we .ay. fra
Caibarlen. from New York; Barks
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THE S. P. BULLETIN
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