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ByE. P. ADAMS.
ON WEOXKSDAY. DECEMBER 28,
At It A. fnl Ante Hiwm,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheetings, Print. Untitle! Undrrabiils,
Hickory Shirts, Undershirts,
Pants and ConH, Socks, Handkerchiefs,
SIiawIh, Coverlets And lancy Goods,
A Line in Fresh Groceries t
Nncka California Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Rckn Corn, Cute Bolter nnd Cheese,
f'nsos Crackers, Cases Medium Bread,
Colls Manila Hope, Wrapping Paper, Ac.
One GOOD SADDLE IIOKSF.
4 Expresses Complete.
A H pedal Unnslgnnii nt of
To bo Sold In largi- liots nltliotit reserve.
K.P. ADAMS, Anct'r.
NEW YEAR'S SALE,
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 29
W At 7 o'clock, at Half Itoom,
Studs. Sloevo Buttons,
Children ft Ladle' Ear-rings,
Ladies' Gold & Cameo Sett,
ONK PAIR oh
DKMOND SOLITAIRE EAR-RINGS,
80ILITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS 1
KHOM IK TO SM OA1IAT WKIUIIT;
Large Asst. Rolled Plate Jewelry
ALSO, BOHEMIAN WARE,
Cologne Sprays, Musical Instruments,
Accnrdeona and Flna Music P-oxcs. Also, a
Small Invoice of Elegant Carriage Rugs.
K. 1'. ADAMS. Ancfr.
Tho At llrlllsh Hteamshlp
12 "iuicd u r a n "
Will leave for the above port on Tnesday
next, the 27th inst
, jypr Freight and Possucc Apply to.
H. HAOKFKt.I) A Co.. Accnts.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
Tho Kaeorlle l'ackct llsrkentltie
Will have Quick Ditpatch for above Fort.
for freight or passage apply to
" 85 II. IIAC'KFELD A CO..Accnt.
' FRICKELS LINE
J FOR "SAWFit ANOISCO.
3.Tr- "TbiTrn.. lT)Ollpuef-nrlKntlne "'-,'
A Wm. O. Xirwln
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
To be followed by the Al Clipper Schooner
jA. TXT 1ST A.,
Kor Frelcht or psege, rply to
KM 67 WM. 0. IRWIN Jt CO. Agent.
'FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
y. THE HAWAIIAN MARK
ja JENKS, Matter,
Will have Qniek Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or passage, apply In
68 f K. A. SOHAKKKR A Co.. Agcnti.
Tho Fine A. 1 Clipper Dirk
P SIR LANCELOT,"
Will have qniek dispatch for above port.
For freight or paiMgr, apply to
K 883 4t 0. W. MACFAItLANE A CO.. Agenta.
ALiIi JTItKIOIITS TO
be Whipped by our Coasting
i Va.t mu.t have the NAME
Or I UK I.AMUNU IM.A1M.I NAltteau.
aer We Kill pay uo claims for loss or damage to con
knees who ar not on hand to Receive their Uood
L6S-lm Ml.im T. K. FOSTKlt Co.. Agenta.
ICIFUf MIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
INK HfLKNUlU BTUAMMIir
t ifilM WltMAMlKM,
i! lcive wmoLULi) rod SIR FRANCISCO
Ob or about Monday Jan. 10.
B SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND I
the sruim tvrBAMauir
or about Saturday, Do. 24th,
Fr.Uht a.nd fawMC., upply ti
I lor Nlalpmout yvr SiaMtr cH
lr4. rr ! Ckarit. In lb riraro(
,laii near the Hleanier lnrr.
CIAS. HSWEE ft CO 8
iTON LINEOF PACKETS
THK -. WIXI. UK
dtapatcticd from llo.tou (or Honolulu on or
Tk 1st Ujr of KuTa aioxt.
jiialhlnc to order rood, hlmndby thUrencl
uiall ordcra on or before &f ptnuUr Mih. For
c rom HbuoIuIh to Hilo Direct.
Tho A l Clipper fct.ouct,
Mil H 'ton Honolulu to llllo direct, nd. will call at
Utaroicdlalo l'or on the return trip.
di Vrelatator FMa, apply to lb. Captain on hoard,
or t relgw w -y.t a.VkaSK COOat.At.
TERS' LIIE FOR SAM FMNCISCt
e. Brawsr ft 0.-A(nts
'l.rrhaudl.t recalved ttlaraar Vi
I cmIi adncca laaio on
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on ftninuieuLa h i
O, MttWUK CO.
Great Sale !
II 15 A I, IflSTATl-: !
at 12 M., by nrder of tlif Trniteen nf the Luna
lllo Estate, I iilll offrr for rale at
public auction, the follonlnt
Magnificent List of Lands in all
parts of tho Kingdom,
Comprising Pasture, Timber, Bice
and Kalo Lands, Sea and
and Including- parcel of every alrr. anltablMiot only
jit iurciia.e uy inu rergc capiiniif i,
. bill be
tiiuic ni mnurintr niranni
17 he Ahupuaa of Keaau,
Ituate In I'tina. Inland of Hawaii, with an area of
UxO-roiirTlmii.nnri Two II unit red itiirl
Title, Award KM n., part 16, ttoyal ratent 72M, to
William C. I.unalllo.
Thla la a dculrable properly, the makal portion being
fine grarlug land, and the npper part entered Ith ralnj
2 The Ahupuaa of Ka
hanalca. I'nna, Hawaii, nllh an arrant
Tnpiltj.ala; Tlioiiaiiml I'nnr lliimtrrel anil
Twenty Acre, more or le.
Title, Award iVII., part It, to Wllllaia 0. Lnnalllo.
The makal !ortloit la grazliiK land, and the tipper part
corercd with timber.
3 The Ahupuaa of Keahi
alaka. tllnate In I'una, llawatl, with an area of
Tnrlre llllurirril Hint NeTculyalx Atrrm,
note nr le.
Title, Award RVi9 II., part 15, to William C. I.unnlllo
The makal portion la Grating Land, with Cocnanut
Trcea near the aea; upper part Timber.
4 The Ahupuaa of Hono
lua, altuatcd at Kainapall, Manl. with an area of
Three Ihouanutl l.lklil llumlrrd and Hlzly
morn or leu.
Title, award 8V1 n part S! to William C. Lunalllo.
(lood grazing land.
5 The Ahupuaa of Kaapa
hu, altoated In Klpihnln. lUaul, with an area of
Oiio Tlioa.nuU Four llumlrrd nurl El(bty
Title, nward 8.V.!, II., part 19. to William C I.unalllo.
Thla lnnd l romewhat cut np by gulchrr, bnt la rich
and auttnble for miring and fattening lloga.
6 The llialna of Puako,
Ituated In Walmen, Hawaii, with an area uf
Nnra Miifl Onellnir Arrr.
Title, award rK.1). It., part . to tMlllam C. I.unalllo.
The chief products of this land Is tilt.
7 Thelliainaof Kapahulu,
altuated at Walklki, Oahu, nllh an area of
To Thamand Tlirrr lliimlreil Fairly -One
Title, Award MM, II., part 31, to William C. Lnnalllo.
The land la moitly pasture, baa a valuable rea fiihcry
and Include within lla boundaries the world renowned
cratir of Ulinund Head.
8 The land of Kaea
a Iclc or Kapahulu, situated at the head of l'alolo Val
ley and with an arm of
Unt Hundred aud Tea staadsiMair Aerea.
Thtsle mostly forest land.
i: akThiticin.-.f ,pauM
altuated In WalklKl, Oahu, with an area of
Title, sward B.WJ, II., parttl, to William C. Lunalllo.
This- land Includia 3!anlinle l'asturc. Itlce land and
10 Land of Kaihikapu and
situated at Walklki, a lele -A 1 au, with an Area of
Soar VlMOU Acrra.
Rice or Kalo land.
1 1 Loko Opukaala,
situated at Walklki, a lele of I'au, with an Area of
One 85. too Acres.
This Is a deep fresh water fish pond.
12-A leleof Pau,
situated on both aides of the Jin nun stream In Walklki
with an Area of
Iris ! 00 Acre.
Of which 1 MO acres Is superior lllce or Kalo land
and aS-10U acrra Kula laud abora the lend of the Auwal.
Two Kalo patches 8Jfitt apart being a it'.t of Tau
altuated al Walklki with an .igregate Area of
SU.liiu at n Aero,
First class nice or Kalo land.
1 4 The land of Kaahaloa-
a lele of l'au, situated In .Mouoa, Oahu, with an Area of
t.lKht U'i 1110 Acrra.
Superior Itlce and Kalo land.
15 The llialna of Kamoku.
situated at Walklki uaena, with an Area rf 1
Superior Itlce and Kalo laud.
Title award oil'J, II,, part 3U, to William 0, LnmlHo
Four Kilo pilches In Apnna I of Award 1133 Royal
Patent 3017 to Alien, tho fldli Kalo patch of this Apana
lbs mauka one being reserved, altuated In Walklki,
with an area, ut about
S.1UO ormi Acre.
rlah pond at Kuwela, llolokal, with an aria of about
Tunny .I'lie Arte.
Title, part uf Aw.uu, tM'J, I)., part Sr), to William C
This Is a Natural Lake, fed by springs, separated
from the sea by only a sand bank, and Is within four or
nvo miles ot Kauunkakal, where tho Lchuatoucheaevery
week! It makes one of tho llucsl tlsherlea in the King
dom, It Is also the resort of great number of Wild
Duck, of seycrsl varieties, excellent cover for shooting
being aSbidid by the dense bulrushes which fringe the
Further information, If desired, In regard to the above
properly, will b atlurded to any oue by B. I). DOLE,
oue uf the Trustee of the Lunalllo Estate,
cos E 1. ABAM.H, Auei'r.
ACOMFKTKNT bALKSMAN ft
HOOK KKEl'ltlt for a eountrr store. Am oue
not ctjircrsaul with the Hawallau laniiuage or uot
bating giHnl rifereuces need nui apply
oaiary, a mat.
ler ui imure siiiuiibiiuii,
Address 1. O. Ilui ., Honolulu.
rpiIK VNJKKS1GNK1 HAVING
X. been appointed tlusrdlan uf tho person and proper.
ly of I.I Ma hauuha. dauUwr of the lata 1). Kanuha, by
tno llou. A F. Juild, nolliu Is hereby elvcn to all
Indebted to the Estate of the said Ksiiuba to maks
tmmcdlat. nuviuenl. and any Dcrsous havlni demands
on l said hsutowlll present tlieuiwllh the proper
voucurra io iuq uuuiiEnn.
JOHN M. KEALOllA.Quardan
u the pctsun and properly uf tills Kanaha. sAlisy
yrui (As Shinty Jiall Tittgniph, J ft), lSe.
The Wallbam Watch Coupanr have been awarded to
only sold medal given for watches at tho ttydney Inlcrt
national Ethlblllou. and are thu onlj exhibitor lu any
class from the United SUlss who hv rocolvod this
HoU Jsjont for tho Hawaiian Islaa1
HAS UKMOVKD II H OFFIOK
from Dr. Hoffmann' l)ru Store, Mirchant btreol.
to hi residence, en lbs comer of Kokul and Fort
t-m- unrivc uouRSt a to 11 4. b.,uI la p. b. i
TlPkono coanactlon, tii 1
yl" '"H.si .
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint Ilia
Ricellency W. N. Aniisritoae President of the Uosrd
lolanl Palace, Dec ltlh, IMI, M Ml 31
It has pleaied Ills Msjeny to appoint Ills Kieelleney
W'. N. Aaastnoin, Mlnl.lrr of the Interior, adlnlirtm,
vice His Kicellehcy II. A. V. CanTEn, re signed.
Ml-8 31 lulnnl Palace, Dec 14, 1691.
Soiled Tenders, marked " Tenders for Hay and Feed,"
will be recelvvil at the Ofllce of the .Minister of the
Interior until Wedneidsy, Lee. SSih Inat., at 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing Hay and Feed at (Internment
Stables for lit months from Jsn. 1st, 1681. The aversf a
monthly quantities will bet
Hay, (California Wheat and Oat).. .say 9.500 lbs.
"'"" " I ww lbs.
Oats, say , ........5 IMI lbs.
llnrley, y S.TUUlbi.
The lUy and Feed most be nf tin best quality and
delivered full weight.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind hlmi:!f So
accept the lowed or any bid.
W, N AIIMSTHONO,
Ml 2t M It Minister of the Interior, ad Interim.
Naao (Unas, Williams) has been this day appointed
as Luna to arrest and Impound all ciliays found nn
Government Land between Pauoa nnd llsklkl.
11. A. P. CAitTKK, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec Ulh, 1831, eg-Jt
Sale of Leaao of Government Land,
On Wcdnc"ilav, January 18th. IESJ, at Ihe front cn
trance of Alllulanl Hale at 13 o'clcck noon, will be sold
at Public Auction, the leases of thit tract of land
belonging lu the Hawaiian (lovcrnnu-nt, situated In
M.tCAIII). HAMAKl'A, HAWAII, bounded
on tin. East by (Irani to Kama and lleulauilna, on Ihe
West by Keehla, on tho Mnukn side by Oovcmnient
road aad running In a point nt the sea, containing an
area nf 100 acres, more or less.
TKIIMS.-I.ease 15 years, upset price (Mperannnm
for the whole, payable annually in advance.
II. A. P. CAItTEIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu. Der 13th, 1681, 6S-4t
Sale of Lease of Government Land,
On Wednesday, January Ith, IMS, at Ihe front en
trance of Alllolanl Hole, nt 12 o'clock noon, will be
sold at Public Auction Ihe Lease of all those certain
premises belonging to the Hawaiian Oovcrnment sit
uated In Kawa, near the Oahu Prison; consisting of
Fish Pond, Kalo land Ac, and known as KUMII.I
TKHMS.-Lease 10 years, npsetprlco $313 perannnm,
payable eemt-anunally In advance.
For further particulars, enquire at the Land Offlce of
this Department. II. A. P. CAUTKlt,
Minister nf the Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, Dec "d, 1831. M lm
Sole of Government Lots.
On Wednesday, January 4th, ISt-J, at IS o'clock noon,
at front entrance of Alllolanl Hale, will be sold at Pub
lie Auction four lluil.llii lili Mo. 413, 414.
41.1 and 410, situated on the Mitukn aide of llluail
atrrrt, Klilonknliiin IMnlun.
TKKMS-Cash. Urset price $600 for the four lota.
II. A. P. CAUTKlt,
Minister of Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, Dec. 3d, lbbl. M 4t
Notice to Mariners,
Public Notice Is hereby glreu, that on and after tho
FIItST of JANUARY lb8. there will be exhibited on
the extreme South West Point of Molokal, a fixed white
Fresni.1 Light of fourth (tlh) rangnlliideshowlng around
the compass. The Light Is at au elevation of 00 ft. from
sea level and Is visible from n coum on ships deck In
clear weather a. dlstanco of 11 miles. Tower Is painted
white. Lantern red. The bearing arc Magnetic and as
(1) To Dlmnnd Head N. SO West.
(V) To Makapuu Point N. 6f Wist.
(3) To Mokapu Point X. "i7Ji West.
(4) To NV Point uf Molokal Jf. h Eset.
(5) To NW Point of Lanal S. IW" Kast.
Offlce of tho Interior
Honololn, Nov lgth, 1691. (H :m
Opinion of the Attorney General on the
Laws of Election.
, Uoh'ilvw, ixc. lath, mi.
To Ilia Excellency '
11. A. P. CaitTxn,
Minister of the Interior.
lu reply to your Inquiry as to tho manner and olllnr,
In accordance with the law, the second voting place,
designated In any elcctluu district I have tho honor lo
That only In these election districts where there I
more than one District J udge or Tax Assessor or School
Buporlnteudeul. can a second board of Inspectors be
Section 6, of the Laws of 1U8, p. It, designates tb
Police or District Justice, tho Tax Collector aud tho
Tax Assessor, or lu their absence, agent appolutcd by
them, to bo Ihe Inspectors of election,
Section Th3 of tho Civil Code, provides that Ihs Mill
Ister of the Interior may appoint more than on voting
plac lu each dlstrlct.aud shall designate theluspectora
of election from among "the Justices.' Tax Collectors,'
and School Superintendent" In the district. The diffi
culty arises when there is but on. Judge and oue tax
collector in the district. They are made by tho law of
IM8 tho Inspector of tho first voting placo, If thero
should happen to be in on than one of these officer,
together with a School Superintendent there I no diffi
culty In creating lbs second board uf Inspectors.
Bat It sppsirs, that In sever) district such officers
cannot be found. lu such a cue, my oplulun I that you
cannot legally create board of Inspector for a second
Tho lusprctora for lb first voting pltc rusy appoint
agent lu take their place, during their absence, but
Hit absence contemplated by law I one which nuyb
da tuslcknes or unavoidable detention. They ar
ttuder obligation lo attend alth telltig place, Tho
Minister of the Utoilor cauuot appoint the sruu per
sons to mi In (wo widely separated place i tb ain
time, uir ess Inspector appointed by law lo receive
vote at the first voting place, tbaufioa it and receive
Ihe vote it Ik second.
Tb law deilgnsti the Inspector for the first voting
BUce.safi the Minister has no control over them. If,
therefore, th're are sol Justices, TasC!ltors,d
tksool Superintendents lo the district,' arid frost lboe
slresdy oUiit; c4M s lospcttors, I to wkoti tec-
ond board can be created, It I my opinion that the sec
ond board cannot be legally constituted. If It were,
and the Inspectors vrere persons not authorised by law
to act, the votes cast at such a place would be llletal,
and If tteelcttlon were contested, would probably bo
rejected by Ihe Courts.
It appears that, heretofore, It hat been the custom lo
designate a second voting place, and appoint persons
who were not qualified by law, to be the Inspectors.
Nodnubt It has been a matter of great convenience to
the voters to do so, and Ihe failure to de'tgnate such a
place will put them to great Inconvenience. Hut, atltr
cat-fnl consideration, I am convinced that such a prsc
ttce I Illegal, and might Invalidate the election of can
didates for the Legislature. The attention of the next
Legislature will bo called to this defect In tho Ian re
I bar the honor to be. Tour obedient aervant,
M4HMI W. N. ARMSTItONH, AttnrneyOeneral.
The election of Representatives lo Ihe nevl Legis
lative Assembly, will take place thrnugliont the vari
ous Kleetlon District of the Kingdom, on Wednesday
the lit doy of February next.
The Polls at the several places of election will be
opened at 8 o'clock a.m. on the dsy abuve iiimed,and
closed at S o'clock r.i
The following placet are designated for holding the
District of "lie Court House, Hilo
, , ., . Inspectors of Kleetlon
Jl. W. A. Ilspal, police Justice
" "''',..... Tax Assuror
Jus. Nawnlil .....Tax C'ulieclor
District of Hamakua Court House. Honnkaa
, ... Inspectors nf Kleetlon
1 ?' District Justice
Jf; Af KW.tt 'r Assesiur
Chas. tf llilamt 'lax Collector
District of Kohala.. ..Court House, Wslmra, So, Koliala
....... . Inspectors of Kleetlon
8. Hi Mahuka District Justice
Ann a ?cconu roiling piaco al
Inspectors of Kleetlon
D. M. Kahooknno,
District of North Kona School House, IvAtlua
, Inspectors of Election
J. O. Hoaplll District Justice
District of South Kona School House, Huokrna
Inspectors of Election
P.Os.-!!-K.eo District Justico
jr. it. Malum 'luxAssissur
uuuii -lauiiiu Tax Collector
District of Kan". Spencer's Store House, Honnapo
. .. .. .. .. Inspectors of Election
' 'i; 8,',.l'?.rlln District Justico
II. M. Whitney, ox AsitMor
J. Kauhane .j... Tax Collector
District of Puna. Court House, Poholkl
Inspectors ol Election
I!.- 5-V n"!?,0,r District Justice
' Ksjlhlll Tx Assessor
Mnkuhla T,x Collector
District composed of Lahalnn, Olowalu, Ukurachame
Conrt House..... Lahalna
Inspeetors or Election
V- Kama oplll Police Justice
J. U.Kallla 'fni Assessor
S. 1.. hnlue, Tux Colleelor
District composed of Kahakuloaand Kaanapall
School House llonulua
Inspectors of Kleetlon
District beginning with and Including Walhee aud
cxte'iiilihgtoand Including Hiiiiuotiln,
Court House..... Walluku
Inspectors nf Election
II. hiilhelanl Police Justice
?: ).'h,,m"i Tax Assessor
W. 11. Kcauu TuxCollcctor
District beginning with and including Hamakunloa and
Court House..... Makawao
. ,, ,, Inspectors of Election
W.t.Mossmnn District Oustlc.
K H. llayselden Tax Assessor
A. 1-ornunder Tax Collector
District beolnnlngwith nnd Including Kahlklr.nl and
extending to and Including Konlau,
Court House liana
Inspectors of Election
S. W..Kaal, District Justice
1 howalku Tax Assessor
P. Kauial Tux Collector
District of Molokal and Lanal
Court House I'ukuo, Molokal
Inspectora of Election
S. K. Kuplhea District Justico
J. Nakaleka Tai Assessor
J. Kaluaplhaiile Tux Collector
And a second Polling place al
School House haohal, Lanal
lusDeclor of Election t
S. Kahoohalahala, District Justki
Jl. n. Meyer , bchool Agehl
It. New ton,.
District of Kona.
-luspectur-s of JCIeetIou .. -, ,
U. 11. J.UCC,
District of Ewa A Walanac. ...School House, Ilunonlfull
Inspector of Election
W.O. Needham District Jusllce
frank Ilrovwi Tx Assesior
A. Knuhl Tax Collector
District of Watalua Court House, Walalaa
Inspectors of Election
S. K.Mahoo District Justice
J. Arnara, '..'... .'..'.'..'.'.'.'.'."Tax Collector
District of Koolauloa School House. Hauula
Inspectora of Election
J. Kaluhl District Justico
II. Kaualhllo, Tax Assessor
Puuklalanl, , Tax Collector
District of Koolaupoko Court House, Kaneohe
Inspectors of Election
J. I.. Kaulukou District Justico
T. A. Lloyd, Tax Assessor
. C. Lane, Tax Collector
District of Waltue School House, Walmea
Inspectors of Election
J. Kauai District Justice
1. 11. hapuulal TaxAssessor
A. Kaukuu.i Tux Collector
And a second Polling placci ui
School House Nllbau
luspector uf Kleetlon
Geo. Oay District Justico
J. II. Kaika, , Tax Assessor
K. Kuhalc Tax Cuilector
District of Puna Court House, Llbuo
Inspectors or Ele-elioii
H. It. Hapuku, District Jusllce
.1. U. Tucker Tax Assessor
A. . Maloho Tux Collector
Ami a second Polling place ul
Court House , Kolos
Inspectors of Election
J. Hardy, Tax Assessor
llcv, J. W. Smith,..
District of Hanalcl Court House, Haualol
Inspector uf KItcllon
J. Kaklna District Justico
It. I'uulkl ...Tux Assessor
W. Lovell,,... Tax Collector
And a second Polllui; nlace at
Inipectors of Election
, Tax Collector
J. II. K Kalwl
S. W. Wilcox,.
W. N, AllllSTHO.SO,
Minister of tho Interior, ad Interim.
Interior Offlce, Dec. 15, latl. cot k 61.
A Proposed Amendment,
To Article So of the Constitution grauttd by Ills Ma
Josty Kamehameba V, on thoiivth day uf August A- IL,
INI, as amended and appruved on the 13th day of May
A. D. Ii, according to Article Wlof the Constitution.
That Article 30 cf tho Constitution bo aud the same"
a hereby amended so aa to read a follows!
"Section 66. The Representatives shsll receive for
their service s coniputlon to be ascertained by law
snd paid out, of tho Public 1 rrassry ; but no lucreasr of
compcueatlon shall take tOect during the year In which
It shall have been made) aud no law ahall be passed
Increasing tho compensation of sold Representatives
beioud the sum of Five hundted Dollar fur each
I hereby certify that the foregoing Ulllpaasedlta third
reading lu th Legislative Assembly of Ihe Hawaiian
Islands on tho VIU day ol July A. D. 18MI.
JAMES M. MUNSAHRAT,
77 tl 3m Secretary,
To Article 01 of tho Cnuslltutlon granted by Kamebs
meh V. ou the Wih day of August A. D, 18fi In accord
Slice with Article bo uf said Constitution
Section 1. That Article 01 of tho Constitution granted
by HI Majesty Kamchamcb V,on the Sink day of Au
gust 1U4 be and tho same la hereby tmended In accor
dance with Article BO ol said Constitution, by striking
out tho words "five hundred" and by substituting there
fore th word " twt thousand" and by striking out (he
wotd " two hundred and fifty " ind ubtlutlng there
for the word "ono thousand" so that the Article
bill lead a follow.
" Article l. No person shall be eligible for a Repre
sentative nf the people, who la Insane or sn Ulot nor
unless he be a male subject of tho Kingdom, who shall
has arrived st tho full si o( tweuty-os years, who
shall kuuw how lo read snd writ, who ihsll undustsnd
accounts, and shall have been domiciled lu the King
dom fur at least thre.yrais, Ibu last of vrhlch stall be
th year lajsisdlately prcraiiig hi (Kcllos ssfi who
shall own real estate within the KIng4at of a clear
valu over nd shove all Incosabraaces si st least two
thouiasd dollar, or who sball his w annual lacoae
of at least oue thousand dullsr. aetl4 fr any
property or some lawful mployt."
I herby certify that tb forcaolsg Bill pasted Its
bird leading In ihe Liiativ Asswnblv of Ik Ha
wallau IsUueU ea lb ttli say of lu set A. D. Vttt,
.AMI!) M. loNSAIUIAT,
rt 6i in
liceiUM Expiring in December, 1881.
? Teronre I4"1' F'"1 " Honolulu
i airi, r-cnooi st, ,,
4 C. J. Flshf I, cor Fort and Hotel st, "
4 Lau Fook Ke, Nunanu st,
B Ah Sam, Kaneohe, Koolaupoko,
0 l.o k Chung, Nunanu st,
1 Alo, lleretanla st,
II Ah Hhsk, Pawaa,
1? WB,'i,0.wf."' "erelanla st,
SI SamTol, Mannakea st, "
il Ho Mn, King st,
zl C. tlerte, hurt il,
T, It. Foster A Co, Esplanade, '
W A, rernandei, Klnjst,
31 m. Johmon, Fort st. t
1 R'nlon. Riven A Co, N Kohala.
Uee sing. Honolll. llllo '
13 Phelp. smith. Ilalawa, N Kohala,
18 Akin, Kallua.N Koha,
It Chung Hal, llllo,
IS Kokl, nalmea.
4 Frank Sena. Pnehnjhn. N Kohala. Hawaii,
in ?!' ? Ln'. l".n",.h.'' Koolaupoko, Oahu,
10 Atal. WallnLii. Msi r ' '
W O. Scliolx, Llhue, Kanal.
M llee Chin. .t Co. Maunskea st, Honolulu,
81 Aluns, Walslna.Oahu, '
1 Aktina, Pukon, Mnlokal.
2-1 Tim Loy, Wallnkn.
. ..i. .. , , ,UK AllJW.
I Chas. Dtvlght, Kons tlstin
I C II. Wilson, .. v'.?a
91 Jacob rlilieri
Amu, Hamakua, Hawaii.
J D. Taylor, I.ahalna, Manl,
31 llaupu, Honolulu.
13 Phelps A Smith, Ualawo, N Ki.hola, Hawaii,
IT Wan Wing Shlng, Kingdom.
S Alnma, Walhee,
1 "I"'; '''end, Ulnpalakue,
10 Alsl, Walluku,
18 J;.""", Atone, Lshalna,
) ynong Fong A Co, Kkhutnl,
21 Tom Rem,
it, M. Kopolkal,
a a fit.
S3 Tarn Loy,
HO Wing Wb Tat Co,
30 Zee slug, Haiku.
n F. 'T. Lenehan Co, Nunanu st, Honolulu,
13 F..T. Lehehan A Co, Nuuanu st, Honolulu.
8 Rupp A Schraeder. Hotel st, Honolulu,
E) Paakaula, kanallmu.Kausl,
31 Ahl, llulku. Maul.
U II. Armltage, Hotel st, Honolulu.
28 Lee Ong, Honolulu.
28 Hong tjuong, Honolulu.
17 L. 8vernce. Hawaii.
" y" rec, .llMKSHStl.
LEOEMHElt 21 , leal.
All advertisement for tho Saturuat Pbes must be
ent In by Friday noon. No insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which dale they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged i months'.
TH03. O. THRUM. Manager.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
To-pat in n public holiday.
As wo no to press tho Ella is ftignnied.
Tub Government nclioolu closed yesterday for
the holiday vaoatltiriu
Tiiiere wns n Christmns tree nnd Appropriate
service nt the Chlncso church last night.
TriE b.irkentlno Eureka arrived from San Fran
cisco on Wednesday morning with a rnail to tho 1st
Tub weather was qnito pleasant daring the early
part of tho week but has been showery again for
two or three days.
Tin: Alia Bays that Chas. 1). Wolls who was here
as manager of the California Theater Tronpe has
been quite nick at Philadelphia.
In our Rupplomeut will bo found tho report of
tho Committee on Home Allusions concerning the
Chinese in tbe Hawaiian Islands. -
Tnx new fire-bell has been suspended in the
wrUenU,', XM JtoSrSatSKSmgZgSi
A run. soconnt of the King's reception at Kan
has been received too lato for publication this
week nnd will have to stand over to our next.
e are pleased to nolo that Harry Auld, of Ho
nolulu, carried off tbe first prize for penmanship
at lieald's BiHtnejj College in Ban Francisco.
An Wo, a Chinaman, was tried in the Police
Court this woek for giving and selling ititoxiciting
liquor lu native Hawaiian, uiid was lined f 1C.
Wi would request correspondents to make their
communications short and to the point as we are
obliged to condense our matter to get it all into
A nioTAuniirr has been opened at Kilanea, Kauai,
which ia pleasantly situated near Kahili ltnding,
and will be appreciated by travelers betw ceu IUna
lol and Kapaa. It ia named the Cosmopolitan
Ok WoJnosday night, when off liana, Maui, Ulu
nui one of tho crow of the schooner Waimalu fell
overboard and wns in tbe water an hour and a half
before he was picked up. The night was dark and a
strong wind was bloning.
A Bfxcut service will be held nt 3:30 r.xt.
in tho "vestry of Fort Street Church by the
Y. M. 0. A., which will partake ot tbe nature of n
S raise and tostimouy service, and will be con
victed by A. Pratt of Puuahon.
OwiKa to tbe issuo of onr large and unusually
interesting supplement this week, nnd to the press
of advertisements on our columns, we havo had to
"boil down" much of our matter and to keep a
portion back for another issue.
A ouinesx burglar entered tbe residence of Capt.
Lnro last Sunday night, nnd in searching around,
made a noise which awoke tbe Captain. As soon
as bo could get a light the Chinatnuu was discov
ered but succeeded in making his escape.
Tiiibx was an alarm of fire sonuded from the
third ward on Thursday evening about half-past
eight o'clock, which brought out the Kugino com
panies. The alarm was caused by tho falling of
the lamp in No. 4 Company's Ettgiue-uouse.
Tux stoatuer iier Jleail arrived hero from Ban
Francisco ou Widnemluy bound to Hongkong,
She brought nnost-oRlco mail and news dates to
tno ittn mut. torty-four Chinamen armed here
by her and she has 700 ill transitu for China.
Tnx Chinese in Honolulu still have opium in
their possession, and one is now and then discov.
nil with tbe drug nnd arrested. A Chinniuan, Ah
Loo, was lined $50, nnd sentenced to three months'
imprisonment a few day a ago for using opium.
Users the corner stone of Mr. J. A. Hopper's
house which has just been torn down, was found a
French five-frano piece bearing tbe date ItMJ, the
year in which Ibe house waa built. Tb coin is
almost perfect in shape but is slightly corroded.
A OOA.T that bag been staked out for some time
past near lbs tide-walk on the Ewa side of Emma
street, andiust lunula ot the residence of K. H.,1I.
Keellkoluuf, has eaten most of the bark oil some
of tbe Urge elude Irses snd nearly ruined them,
Tns number of short paid letters received at the
Honolulu Post-ofUce arti increasing ia number,
whil ihe donations to tbe "short postage" fuuel
are decreasing. Same person who evidently wish
to take advantaae of the kindness of other mav
.be suddenly letl ill the lurch.
Tus meeting last Uunday evening at the Lyceum
was well Htteuded, and the services interesting
thtoughoat, the address by Mr. J. T. Waterbouse
partaking much ol a reiumlaoeuce nature. No
actiou was taken relative to Ihe formaUou of a
Ciuiejfsua AT T Psiaov. -We would call the
attention of the good people to the unfortunate
in our Prison, (who now number ISO,) to reineiu.
ber them is the preparation of good, things for lb
inner man. A few turkeys, ro4tt pigs, plum-pod.
dings or mince pies would not cows aulas.
1 i "
Krrwis tb hoars of to sb4 (Uvea o'clock on
TbarstUy HUM but. a daruiai attempt wa nsd
by parties unknown to fob a Chlaamsu on the
public highway. Tbe Cblaaraan, ia cocspjiny with
two of his frleads waa watkiaaj aloof sVsretanU
anwtt4 tho Hvttvg M ( vtetalty, and otbert o
Miw seteel, who an la hi iniUnn, th sg-
street neat Aiepai, was (ss assert) two aiea
lamped frost aa sipceas wjqii, attacked, threw
klut stows and stlsiaattas In UreMte hiis. Itai the
eriea of hlusslf aad his
Rreor look shelter In tho eipreas and departed at
n hasty Rate. Query. Is it not posMblo even now
lo Imco the cxpres wagon Bttd tind n cine to the
Ore Friday evening next there will be given at
the JInslo Hall n grand mnalcat and literary enter
lalnment for the boneflt of Othu College lfulldlng
Fond, the pmgrsmo of which It given elsewhere
nnd promises an ample reward for a small expendi
ture tn a very worthy object.
Mb. IlonrnTS will give at the Fort Street and
lletliel Sunday Schools to-morrow another of his
otcnllent illustrations wlilt blickbo.trd draw
V.W.' l" koei tomorrow will represent the
lliblo supported by wing, hovering over onr
planet, with ravs of light defending from the
book atul spreading over the earth. Above will bo
tho words "Peace on Karth," and below, "Good
will to men,"
Fnn the flrst time In Honolnln Mago annats the
public Is lo bo treated to a genuino pantomime per
lorinancnuf "Huinpty Duuipty," for whicli it is
Indebted to tho Industrious energy of Mr. Kelwln
Ilrowne, who his given personal attention to manu
facturing the various tricks and transformation
scenes of which this piece Is largely comiioscd,
anil from the successful working of all parts, as
noticed at tho rehc.utal of last evening, wo nntlci.
pato n rare. Irent lo tho public, but more eipeclally
to tho littlo folks, nnd irmt they will show their
appreciation of Mist lioyer's and Mr. llrowno'a
elTorla to ploiso by giving tbem n bumper liotiso to
night. t. Jir ,,,lil! .".""V" lcl"nor we have nows of Iho
Lnullsli Cricketinu Klnvrn In Ao.i.tu ri.. n...
match was ployed ngiilmt twenty-twoof Maltland,
which ended In a draw, tnnch In faior of the
I tn.llo men. Mnltlaml list n,l lo-t, rl t
in7, nndfffbf 6ri6"Jo!tcii' Tlio top score of
mo matcit was mailo by tho celoiirSlCU- ioikshlre
professional, Ullyelt, who in considered (as most
of pur Honolulu crlckelors nro awaro) to bo one
'."' , ".V.; '"0 tntsl profeatioiinl bitumen In unK.
land. Iho amount to his credit was oS very good
considering that twenty-two were in thn ilcld,
eapoclaily such men as tho Austrnli.mt, who nro
renowned for their Holding.
"Mn.lUrtTi.Err Allus has just bultt on Fltli
Island," bijs tho Now Bedford Xtmuhnl, "a large
surf or whaloboat for Governor Domlnls of tho
H.itid'vlch Islands, whoto wifo is the princess royal
of the klnadiim. Tho boat was ordered through Mr.
. .,.to,n..N ,I,.nrllltt' wll " '! wedding tour
visited the islands and waa cntertalnod by Gov
ernor Doinlitls. When Its went to New Jfcdford
last anminer Mr. Ilartlott gavo tbo commission to
build the boat to Mr. Allen. The craft Is thirty,
two feet In length over all, alt foot In breadth of
beam, and it twcnty-soveti Inches deep. It It of
handsome model, solidly constructed, with white
oak frame and colar planka, hat six thwarts and
will bo propelled by six oars, and has also n placo
for a maHt. At tho stern nro arranged Beats whoro
jl number of persons otn sit. nnd a commodious
locker is also placed there. The outside painting
U of white with black ribbon, and tbe inside below
tho thwarts is straw color. The boat it intended
to oarrv fhp owner between the Islands, and can
sifely land In almost any surf. It will bo shipped
to Sim trnnaiwio, via Cape Horn, andthencoto
CnBMTMAS will be n marked day in Fort Street
Church, both for tho young and tho old people.
Sunday morning thn regular Church service will
give place to a Children' Service. Tho pews
uirictly in front of Ibe pulpit will bo resorved for
tho Sunday School, nnd the cxoicises will consist
of singing by the children, led by tho Choir, of
appropriate Christmas music, nitef nit address by
tho pastor to the children. In the evonlng, at 7:30,
there will bo the following Christmas Praise Ser
vice: 1 Orgin Voluntary by Myron H. Jones.
Siuguo "PraisoOod from whom all blowings
flow." Choir nnd Congregation.
4 Anthem "Sing nnd llojolce," Choir.
f Old Testament Scripture Lesson, Is. fin.
ti Hymn "Joy to the World," Cholrand
7 Prayar. Congregation.
8 Response () Praise tholjrd." Choir.
Hymn" Whilo Shepherds watched their
flocks," Choir and Congregation.
10 New Testament Scripture Lesson, Malt. L':l 12.
11 Anthem" Brightest nnd Best." Choir.
12 Christmas address J. A. Cruz.tn.
13 Gloria from 12th mass Choir.
11 Closing hymn "Hark, the herald angola sing,"
, . Choir and Congregation.
Tho Choir will be increased for the occasion, and
will numlier fifteon voices. In the Congregational
pieces Mr. W. F. Jones will play Cornet accom
paniments. A cordial invitatioit is extonded. The
Bethel will also hold Christmas praiso servioo '
ruoro especially for tbo young pooplo to-morrow
morning, commencing nt 10:30.
A most Knocking murder was committed late
last Sunday night or early on Monday morning at
Manoa Valley, near Charloy Long's place, to tho
right of tho road going up. Au old native woman
named Hattauaku wns the victim. Early on Mon
day morning a littlo South Sea Island boy who
Iked with Hanauaku awoko and went to tbe bouse
ini a neignoor, jvapagauta, ana hsiu mal,."..eoaau.
rwjuswak- -KaDakuuU. went with bis two children
,0 10. ioaM-antiiiiaooTrd tn old womiui Ivino
Oil tbo floor em tiemmlrsml notice -blood nronnei
her head. Ho went for another native, Kalkna
hino, and when they saw that she was dead they
told Paaluhi a policeman, who came to town with
the information. A nativo named Kaull wis sus-
Cectcd and arrested. He is a cousin of the hus
and of the murdered woman's daughter and was
a partner with her in somu taro patches. On ex
amination it was proved that bu had not been in
Manoa siuoo Sunday nf ternoon, and ho was dis
charged. A Chinaman wom next suspected. It is
stated that ho had given n number of presents to
a girl who was n friend ot Hatianaku, and, it is
said, wanted to marry ber. Ho heard that she
was to marry n young nativo aud blamed the old
woman for influencing the girl. Tbo girl, how
ever, denies having received any presents from
him. Tho Chinninau, Lau Ko, waa in Koolau and
oltlcers were gent after bitn. He was arrested ou
Wednesday night nud was brought to tho Station
houso on Thursday morning, wltero he is now de
tained subject to further investigation. Tho mur
dered woman had beon struck on tho bend with
some blunt instrument, perhaps n Chinese cleaver,
aud four sepirato wounds were made. Tbo first,
about three inches in length, wns near the top of
tno bend a little on tho left, which cut through tbe
skull: the second out au inch nnd n quarter lower
dowu, was two inches long; the third cut was nn
inch below the other and tho brain protruded from
it; the fourth cut severed the lower put of tbo ear,
and unjolntod the lower jaw. The skull was
cracked from the first cut to the fourth. Tim
woman was npp ireutly killed by the first blow, as
the had not moved.
Following it n record of the Police Court pro
ceediugfi for tbe pist woek i John Uapa, larceny,
sentenced to one year's imprisonment at hard labor
and fined flU, oeuts $IM. Sam Mitlaktela, assault
and battery on bis wife Annie, fined 3. costs
J.10.; Edward James, drunkenness, forfeited C
b til. Iwahapioeoci, w.. disturbing quiet of night,
forfeited $10 bail, Sam Malakiili nnd Louis
Pedro, affray, formor fined $5, latl-r $15, costs SI
o ch. Thompson, assault and battery on Ah Wan,
fined 3, costs fUM. Ij. O. Young, natault and
battery on M. Peterson, fiued $2, coats ijt2.10. Ah
Chung, driving dray faUor than a walk, forfeited
910 bull. Kauaauao, larceny of finger ring, ten
tenced to three mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor, coats 1.20. John Burke, selling uterchan
diao without license, fined f 10. or in default of
payment of fine sentenced to eighty days' irapris
ouiuont nt hard lalior, costs X Alfred McSbane,
druuketiueiu, forfeited (i bail. Kdward James,
same charge, fined 3, costs tl. Louis Oliver,
same charge, forfeited 2tl bail. Mnuliti aud Ah
jam, affray, fined , each, costs jfil.30 each. Ah
Wo, selling and giving intoxlc iting drill to native
Haw iliaus, fined if 10 1, costs 3.10. or In default of
payment sentenced UiSC) days' imprisonment at
harel labor. Ah Loo, having opium lu possession,
fined f 50 and sentenced to three months1 Imprison-
sueuitai unrei moor, costs si, Martin Peterson,
assault and battery on L. O. Young, fiued fa. coats
VI. Stmuela, larceny of watch, fined f 17 and
suntenooel ta six mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor, CeMU t. Hoeola, iusaully, committed to
Insane asylum. Jas. Htnlon. malicious Inlurv.
iltioct 10, costs tjl.lt. Ah Yaw, assault and battery
on Mail Chit, lined $li, ooets 91. Jeston, drunken
nesi, forfeited CO bill. Ctvll record. T. H, Fo.tsr
iK Co., vs. Katll, deserting bound service, defend
ant ordered to teturn to employer, costs 1 10. Wal
bse Sugar Co., vs. Pule, deserting contract service,
dtfundnnt ordered to return to employer. O. W.
U.Jones vs. McCbesny efc Glthens, action ot as
sanipstt for20J, jiidumeiitfortltUi case appealed
to intermediary Court.
Tub ladle of th Congregational Church In
Walluku held fair ou the itftoruoou aud evening
of the 10th intt. The school bouse, in whloh the
fair wa held, was tastefully decorated with ever
greens, while th fancy good and refreshment
tables reflected tbe good taste of tbe ladles who
helped to arrauge them. The painting on tin of
Mrs. W. U. llailoy and Miss Horner were especi
ally fine. Judging from the numbers who were
constantly around it, thu refreshment table wa
th moat interesting fuature uf the evening. A
great many of the gentlemen returned to Ibe table
three aud four times lu their patrlotla endeavors
to diapos of Hit, good thiugs twt before tbem. A
special train brought about 100 men from Hpreck
elsville who materially assisted nt Ihe refrenninent
table. At 4 wtsonabl hour the remaining arti
cle were disposal of by Mr. Olrvln. (actum
auctioneer) who with bis quick wit and wiunlng
smile caused considerable rivalry among tbe
Llddera. Tb sad etperlouca of a number of tb
visitor Mggest lh advisability of covering Ibe
ditch in front of the chool house. Several ladies
snd aeatUniMi went into it In ratter an nueora
forubU harry, havta! mistaken U fcr tb foot
path. They oskibmJ, however, without further
lujgry thaa soiled garnienU and dampened under
ststBefiags. It U to be hoped that It wkU be at
txsdedlo. a serious injary may matt to thaw
Beejwiaii into it ia the darkness, Tb Mueistdsl of
two fair aawinal4 to amw.
Editob Satobdat Paras i Your suggestion of a
couple of weeks ago In favor of the formation of a
Planters' Agricultural Society seems to me lo be
eminently practical and worthy of attention.
There can lie no doubt that the outlook for tha f n
tnre it anything but reassuring. The prospective
cessation of tho highly prlied treaty jutt when
things have got nicely started at one may tay, the
probable scarcity of labor Just when very large
crops are being put In and Ihe deeply Involveil con
dition of many of Iho plant ttions, render It abso
lutely necessary that the very best should bo made
of everything. It Is all very well for each matt to
ue Independent and pursue his own course, regard,
est of theeiperlenco nnd advice of other when
times are Rood, profits are largn tnd there Is plenty
of margin for watte, mistakes and learning by
experience! but now It Is bloli time that each
planter nnd sugar producer should avail himself in
every way possible of Ihe knowledge and eiperl
ence of those who have already gained II.
Such n Boclety at that you havo suggested might
receive reports from the various plantations that
were in a position to give them, ou a great variety
of subjects, and then furnish copies of these re
ports to the various members-for iuatancu such
subjecU as the following might receive attention.
Fertilizers the various kinds In use and which
proves the best, tho amount need, and how applied.
Tratu.ways, stationary nud iiortable, the power
used on them, and which is the most economical,
lrntn-wnys as compared with Traction onRiner',
raulo carta and bulfock carts etc., etc., through a
long list of questions that will sugRest themielve
to those In tho business, and which would prove of
interest. I am confident that roost of tho planters
and rnanaRaM would be glad to glvn nil the lufor
mation In their power, especially If It were for pur
poses of mutual improvement.
Again, such a society representing tb bulk of
the agricultural interests of the kingdom, might do
tteViiathlng to regulate the price and nnalitv of Is.
Iwr. it Ij-Jissorlod that there Is combination
a-notig the laboreritilitrasclves by which they seok
10 raise tho price of luborniKl-ltJi no morn than
fair and no less than absolutely neceJ5.7-Ji!.
capital should combine to keep labor within reas
onable Urn Is. In the older manufacturing coun
tries, such as England, for instance, it is a veiy
common tiling for employers Jn tho different trad, a
to oombino and present snob a solid front to labor
that they nro nble to regulate It within reasonable
limits, and generally without difficulty.
Such a society might also exercise a very benefl
ci tl inOuonce in establishing on a small scalo an
agricultural garden where various kinds of send
ouiic. might lw kept in stock, where tbe quality
might bo matcrlAllt Improved by careful Attention
1 1 selection of the Lood, and whoro valuable lm
! irtntions from other sugar growing countries
necessarily lu small quantities might be mulli.
plied to n annicient degree to bo soldto the differ
ent plantations. Any experiments suggested nt
the meetings of thu society In regard lo the culture
nnd treatment of cane, might bo tried at such a
place on n small scale, that, If failures, would in
volve no great loss, and If successful might be re
ported on favorably. Yours Ac,
Tho Kinj at Hilo.
Hilo, December 16, 1881.
Editob Batobdai Pbess : Last week I noted
what would have occurred had the King come on
the day named, as it waa very rainy, and bad been
for several weeks. Tbe King atsld at Lsopsbo
hoe until Tuesday morning (December 10th) when
he canio hero In his own boat whloh had been
brought to bim by tho schooner Kaulktnoiitl, which
voBsel bad boen lying in this port, and had been
chartered for the occasion. She name back her
nnd brought the balance of the passengers and
baggage. The King's boat came here in four hours
from lyanpaboehoo. On the Klnq's arrival here he
was met at Ihe dock by many of tbe people,
nmongst them O. H. Wetmoro, L. Severance, Esq.,
Capt. Kldert, Capt. Thos. Spencer, L. W. Hose.
Her. Titua Coan. Judge Akau and Hon. C. H. Jndd
who bad como here by land on the 12th. The
streets had been strewn with ferns and grass. The
King and Queen were escorted to tbe residence of
Capt. Thos. Spencer (whose guests they were to
he walking under tbe beautiful canopy carried
by young men. There were torch lights on each
side (which at day made it seem a little odd.)
1 bo band was at tho rear of the oonopy and a
crond of people following. Tbo day was the
finest that we have had for noma weeks. The flag
were all up tho Hawaiian, American and Gorman.
Manna Kea was covered with snow for a long dis
tance as was nlso Munna Loa. Tbe school chll
dron, both Hawaiian aud f ireign, met in front of
tbo retoleuce of Capt. Spencer, carrying small Ha
waiian, American and German flags, and- sans;
some beautiful selections in their very best man
ner. Thore was much firing of crackers bv Chi
nese. Some of the words on the arches had beon
almost obliterated by tho bite heavy rains, as ws
have had 8.1!) Inches up to the 13th of tbls month.
Tbe Chinese had their stores closed on the after
noon of tbe dav of the Kino's arrival. In h
evening there was a torch light procession, nearly
tt hi "f
w HiieuDi viettiiu uj xxnwaiians tanei untnese
At the residence of Capt. Spencer there were sjm
vocal musto and a great deal of the 'imij. Many
UI.UD1III UU1UU IU NJ fcll.ir ZOSpeCU I0.2VJI S.IW
! stw . M.U-S.W--SM-cfSliliTlitrt wilh t,i
reception, which he says has more than met hi
- y ""?"" ur ieitr ni'rrv1- w--
nesday) be was carriex! In a carriage with the
Queen to church (Kev. Titus Coan Pastor). The
canopy was piaceci over tue carriage, ropes were
tied to the vehicle, and it was pulled to church by
mostly Cbineso. He addressed an audience of no
less than 800 persons, in which be spoke of hut
travels rnd his reception in places where he had
been, which has been published in Honolulu
papers. Ho said he had an Interview with Presi
dent Arthur of the U. 8. and seems to think there)
can be no doubt but that the lleciprocity Treaty
will be renewed. Addresses wero made by Be
prescntatives Nawabi and Wnhlne, after the
King's address. Tho King and tho Queen were
drawn In tho o irriage through tho prinoipal streets.
Tbe Chinese seem to havo taken specltl pleasure
lu entertaining tho King. When beemke ot bis
visit to the Flowery Laud It seemed to delight them.
There wero two transparancles carried : on one was
tho warm greeting of the children of flower
covered Hawaii, on tbe other ws delight from the
children of tbe rain flower to the chief Kalakaua.
God save tbe King! The King has visited the dead
lava flow. He leaves to-day for Kan by tbe LIU
like. Investigating CommJjaioa.
Editob Pbxm: The excessively false statements
circulated by tbe S. F. Cliromtlt for tbe mallciou
object ot preventing tbe renewal of our llecipro
city Treaty with tho United States, should havo a
more authoritative answer than ha. lii.tnr..-.
beon given. If it were a favorable time to nego
tiate for tbe renewal of that Treaty, our Govern
ment might well request the Government of the
United States to send a commission to investigate
the workings ot the Treaty, and to report ou what
ever iu our social and political Institution and in
tho fact ot our important location amidst the com.
tnerce of tho Pacifio, make it desirable that tb
very amicable conventions between the two coun
tries should be porpetnnllr continued. Tbe report
otsuch a commission would be an effectual an
swer to tbe slanders propagated about us.
If we do not take tho lntiatlve to apply for th
renewal ot the Treaty, ourenotniea may surprise
u imvu , .id iwwi suvimiou uj appiyiasi sOt lu
Our chances for obtaining its extension
will lie much belter when wo introduce tbe sub
ject into tbe American Congress with foil prepa
ration aud in a favorablo way.
Au answer might also bo well made to the slan
derous rcpreseut ttions made about ut by our
Chamber ot Commerce, or better yet by tb
American Minister, whoso office it 1 to carefully
consider whatever affect the friendship subclst
luu between us and bis country; such an answer
ably made and widely published in tbe United
States might make our position all tb batter
after the slindcrs beam of the favorable in
formation disseminated about ns. J, M. A.
Eotroa Ratuouai V
ot 10th instants
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"orluarlon" n4! ,i
" money "
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crave " "aud" should b omitted after "ateiai
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ground ot the evolutionist, if b ha any, il dost
not become au oppuuent to admit uoh vartetioaa
into his text, lost they tboutd. by dvlouait,
lead to tomethlug Strang and abnormal.
On amy b pardoned, perhaps, if hpratha
hope that praof-rimliug in Honolulu may d.vlo
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sheet, but not iu the typ by th coiujioailor, aasd
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