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RE 6U LARJBAS HlAti
ON 1VKI)NKSI)AY, VECEXIIER 28,
ASH A. M., nt fsnlrsjllrxttvi.
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Hhrelings, Prints, rinmifl Untlrrnhitls,
Hickory Shirts, Undershirts,
Pant and Coals, Bocks, Handkerchiefs,
Hhawla, Coverlets nntl rnncy Goods.
A tine in Fresh Groceries t
Sacks Callfornln Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Backs Corn, Cases' Hotter and Chcrcc,
Cases Crarkers. Case Medium llroad.
Culls Manila Hope, Wrapping Paper, Ac.
One GOOD SAI) Dli: DORSE,
4 Expresses Complete.
A Hpeclal Cnnslgnmint of
C.V rocorlos I
To ho SoM In large Lots nltliout reserve.
K. P ADAMS, Anct'r.
NEW YEAR'S SALE,
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 29
', At 7 o'clock, t Half Itootil,
gooldlM U Jewelry,1
Studs, Sleeve Buttons,
Children & Ladle' Ear-ring,
Ladies' Gold & Cameo Sets,
ONK I'AIlt of
DUMOND SOLITAIRE EAR-RINGS,
SOUjITAIRE DIAMOND RINGS !
FHOM iH TO !!, OAltAT WKIUIIT;
Largo Asst. Rolled Plato Jowolry
ALSO, BOHEMIAN WARE,
Cologne Sprays, Muslial Instruments,
Accordenna anil Flno Music lloxes. Also, a
Small Imulcc of Elegant Carriage Itugs.
K. T. ADAMS. Ancfr.
Tho Al llrltleh Steamship
'AN JER HEAD."
Will leave for the above port on Tuesday
next, the 27th inst
i IFpr Freight anil Passage Apply to,
Jtltt If. llAOKKKLD A Co.. Agents.
fUK SAN V RAN CISCO.
Tho Favorite Packet llarkentlue
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage apply lo
ca ESS II. IIACKFKLD A CO.. Agents,
' 8PRCCKELS LINE
fa iTOll SAWjFttANCISCO.
gfc -Vm. C3-. Jirwiii &
Will have Quick. Dispatch for the above Fort
To be followed by IhrAl Clipper Schooner
.A. IT 3NT J3l,
For Frclcht or oaasage, apply to
RH 67 WM. O. IBWIN A CO. Agents.
roil SAN ritANOlSCO.
Tlir. HAWAIIAN 11AKK
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or passage, apply ...
68 F. A. SOIIAKFKK A Co.. Agents.
The Fine A. 1 Clipper Hark
i SIR LANCELOT,"
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For frolnht or ptttsgr, apply to
S7 8S.1 -U O. vV. MACPAHLANK & CO.. Agenta.
bfi Shipped by our Coasting
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or UlK 1.AMI1NU PLAINLY MAllKKD.
air- w ulll uv uo claims tor lo ur damage to con-
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CiFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
THE SH-I.KNUIU BTUANIIilir
i! LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIR FRANCISCO
Ob or about Monday Jan. 16.
,R SYDNEY VIA AOCKLANDl
TllK UrUUHMB NTKANMHIP
or about Saturday, Deo. 24th,
Freight mt f
. MlllltV tt.
IUCKFKI.0 A CO.. Allots.
la ler Hhlsaisaeiil uer HIeaimer eaa item
rtl. rree l tliane, las in rir.a.
tiuuar, it rwr Hie Htnsmer Mlmrf. ,
OSAS. BREWER & CO 8
iTON LIMEOF PACKETS
TH; WIUI. HK
dispatched from llo.tou for Honolulu on or
TV- 1.4 lav of Novamler next.
mis wishing in order gooda shipped by thla
Call orders "nor belore UepUmber Will.
r nartlcuiata appiy w
c rom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A I Slipper ptuwuuvi,
fill il from Honolulu lo llllo direct, and will call it
tuterncdlatu 1'orlt on the raturu trip.
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TERS' LIRE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
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lercbaiidlst letelved .raaje aV.tfB
Great Sale !
Hi, vr Kstatk !
MONDAY, JANUARY 9,
HUM., by order of the Trnteei of the I.nna.
Illo Kolatr, I nlll offer for rale at
public auction, the following
Magnificent List of Lands in all
parts of tho Kingdom,
Comprising Pasture, Timber, Bice
and Kalo Lands, Sea and
and Inclndlnjr parcel of ercr) Mr.e, rnltabl, not only
for pnrclia.r by tin) large rnpltallrl, but by
thoie of moderate nieanat
11 he Ahupuaa of Keaau,
Ituate In l'una. Iatand of Hawaii. Willi an atea of
KlKlyMur Tlnnminil To lllllulred anil
Title, Award KM !., part 16, Itoynl Fatcnt TO3, to
William C. I.unalllo.
t This la a dialrable property, the maltal portion being
floe grazing land, and the upper part corned with raluj
2 The Ahupuaa of Ka
hanalca, l'nna, Hawaii, with an area of
Tnfiitj.alx Ttioiiaiiiiil lonr llinulrnl anil
Twrnly Acre. Mturr or le.
Title, Award ViU., pari 11. to William C. I.onalllo.
The makat porlliiW ( grating land, and Hie upper patt
covered with timber.
3 The Ahupuaa of Keahi
alaka. altnatc In l'una, Hawaii, with an area of
THVIva lliiiulrl nnl Hciiiyl Acre,
motr or ln.
Title. Award 8SJ9 11., part IB, to William C. I.unalllo
The maltal portion la Grazing Land, with Cocoanut
Trees near the ea; upper part Timber.
4 The Ahupuaa of Hono
tua. Ituatcd at Ka.inapall, Maul, with an area of
Three 1 lioiianml Mitlil llunalrcd nud Pllxty
morn or lera.
Title, award 8V) 11., part S to William C. Lunalllo.
Uood crazing land.
5 The Ahupuaa of Kaapa
hu, Hunted In Klpahuln. Maul, with an area of
Uun Tliouanud 1'onr lliunlrnl aiuit Eighty
Title, award 8V.n, II., part 1U, lo William C I.unalllo.
'lhla land Ik tonii'what cut up by gulihee, bulla rich
and suitable for ralrlng and fattening Hogs.
6 The lliaina of Puako,
allunted In Walmca, Hawaii, with an area of
Hrirn Hint Oii-.lir Arrra.
Title, award t5tl. II. , part 1. to ullllam C. Lunalllo.
The chief products of this land la Salt.
7 The lliaina of Kapahulu,
iltuated at WalltlLI, Calm, with an area of
Tno Thoti'.niiil Three llnnilrr.l Forty .One
Title. Award fWD, 11., part 31, to William C. Lunalllo.
Tho laud la n.oatly pjttnre. baa a valuable a a Atbery
and Includes within lis boundaries the world-rtnowned
crater of Dlmoml Head.
8 The land of Kaea
a lcle of Kapahulu, situated at the head of I'alolo Val
ley and w 1th an nr, a of
M,v llniitlrrd aud'tta aiaadaillair Acrra.
Thla la mostly forest land.
situated In WslUlkl, Ouhu, with an area of
Title, award 65.VJ, 11.. part 2V, to William C. Lunalllo.
Thla land Includua Manlinie Pasture. Jtice land and
1 0 Land of Kaihikapu and
situated at Walklkl, a lele -jf l'au, with an Area of
four tlU-lOO Ariras.
Rice or Kalo land.
I I Loko Opukaala.
situated at Walklkl, a lele or l'au, with an Area of
One 03.IHU Acre.
This Is a deep fresh water Ash pond.
1 2-A lele of Pau.
situated on both sides of the Jtnnoa stream In Walklkl
with an Area of
Of which 1 MO acres Is superior lllce or Kalo land
and 3S-10O acres Kula land aboTa the level of the Auwal.
"TN Kalo patches BJ ft tt apart belnc a le of Tau
altuated al Walklkl with an jgregate Area of
nu-tllO ol nil Acre,
Flral clan lllce or Kalo land.
1 4 The land of Kaahaloa-
a lele of l'au, situated III Mauoa, Oahu, with an Area of
Superior lllce and Kalo land.
15 The lliaina of Kamoku,
situated at Walklkl waena, with an Area rf
Superior lllce and Kalo laud.
Title award '., U., part 30, lo William 0. Lunalllo
Four Kalo patches In Arann 1 of Award IBS ltoyal
Talent Uk)7 lo Anr, Ike fifth Kalo patch of thla Apana
tho niauU on being rrsem-d, altuated In Walklkl,
with an area uf about
6M.1U0 urnu Acre.
Fish pond at Kawela, Mulokat, with an art a of about
Title, patt of Awana, 6J1U, 11., patt Sf, to William C
This Is a Natural Lake, fed by springs, separated
from the sea by only a sand bank, and la within four or
Dvc mllca of Kauurikakal, where the Lchuatoucbeaerery
week; It makes one of thelluest rUi.erlea In Ihe King
dom, It la also tho resort of great numbers of Wild
Duck, of several varieties, eicellentcorer for shooting
being afforded by the dense bulrushes which fringe tut
Further Information, If desired, In regard to the above
prrpetly, will boaflorded lit any one by 8. 11, DOLE,
one uf the Trustees of the Lunalllo Estate,
(h3 E 1. AlrAJt.H, Anet'r.
ACOMPKTKNT HAI.KSMAX &
110UK-KEEPKH fur a country store. Any one
not covenant wtlu Ihe Hawaiian language ur uot
haling good irfrrriices need not apply. Salary, s mai
ler uf future stipulation.
Address P. U. I 'ox Honolulu. tf-gt
I'M IK VNWK11S1GNK1 HAVING
. been appointed liusrdlau of Ihe person and pruprr
ty tit I. Ill-i Kanuha, dauht.r of Hie lalo D, Kanuha, by
tno llou, A K. Judd, Iinilt-u Is hereby given loall
Indebted to the Estate of tbe said Kanuba lo make
Imuu-dlal payment, and any persons having deinauda
on Ibe said hslatowlll present them with, tho proper
touchers to tho underslgued.
ouv""" JoA.N M. KEALOIIA.Ouardlan
u' the pettun and properly of Lllla Kanuha. hSJiitt
tsVfoirt (t SlhfnSf I'oil reffrpA, Sunt M, IMO.J
The Wallhani Watch Compauyhave been awarded the
.n,u .ai.i .....i.t -(,.. far wutrhes at the Svdnev Inler.
nallotiil Eihlblllun. and are thu only iixhlbllort lu any
class from the United dUWs who have received lals
dltllucllvo recognition. McINKKNV.
1 Bolt Agtst foe the HswAllts Itltnda
HAS UKMOVKD HIS OFFIOK
from Dr. HoOTutDU's Dru Store, Mtrchanlbtrett,
tu bis residence, on Ihe comer of Kukut and rort
l-ar- OFFICE 110UKS i S to 11 a, m., utt 1 lo 4 o. m.
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It has pleased Ills Msjeity the King to appoint Ills
Rxcellency Wi. N. AsrKoao I'resltlent of the Iloard
lolanl ralaee, Dec Hlh, 1M1. M Ml 3t
tt hts pleaied Ills Mtjeity to appoint HIsKicrlleney
V. H. AnasTnoitni illnlXer of Ihe Interior, adlntttlm,
vice His Kicelleliey II. A. T. L'iitrcn, resigned.
M1-68 !l lolonl Palace, Dee 14, INI.
Sealed Tenders, marked "Tenders for Hay and Feed,"
will be recelrcd at the Office of the .Minister of the
Interior until Wtdnesdsy, Lec.SSlh Inst., at 13 o'clock
noon, for furnishing Hay and Feed at Government
Stablen for six months from Jan. 1st, 1632. The average
monthly quantities will bet
Hay, (California Wheat and Oat).., say a.oUO Iha.
llrau, say , t.WX) jbi,
Oats, say, ., 3.rVutbs.
The Hay and Feed m n t be t.f the best quality and
delivered fuil weight.
The Minister of the Iiilortir doci not bird, hlaic!' to
accept Hie lowest or anr bid.
V. N. All.MSTHONO,
Mist Mil Minister of the Interior, ad Interim.
Naau (Chas, Williams) has been this day appointed
as Luna to arrest and Impound all cttrnya found on
Oovemiucnt Land between I'auoa and Maklkl.
II. A. 1'. CAItTKIl, Jllnlsler of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec 1'Jlh, 18SI. C8-3t
Sale of Ienao of Government I.anr1.
On Wcdnesdar, January 18th, I5S.', at the front en
trance of Alllolanl Dale at Vi o'ekek noon, will be sold
nt Public Auction, the leases of that tract of land
belonging to the Hawaiian (lovrrnment, situated In
M.ll'Afltl, IIAMAHl'A, HAWAII, bounded
on the Kast by (Irani to Kama and lleuUuilna, on the
West by Kvclila, on the Mauka side by (lomnment
road aad running to a point at the sea, containing an
area of 1U) acres, more or less.
TKIt.MS. Lease 16 years, upset price $8() per annum
for the whole, payable annually in advance.
II. A. I. CAHTEIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Dcpt. of Interior, Honolulu. Der 13th, 18S1, OS-It
Sale of Lease of Government Land. s
On Wednesday, January 4th, IM'. at the front en
trance of Alllolanl Hale, at 13 o'clock noon, will be
told at Public Auction the Lea. e of all those certain
prctnlses belonging to tho Hawaiian (locrnment sit
uated In Kawa, ntar the Oahu Prison; consisting of
l'ish Pond, Kalo land Ac, and known as lilllllU
TEHMS. Lease 10 years, npset price $343 per annum,
payable semiannually In advance.
For further particulars, enquire at the Lani Office of
this Department. II. A. P. CAHTKlt,
Minister of the Interior.
Dept. of Interior, llonoluln, Dec 2d, 1831. M lm
Sale of Government Lots.
On Wednesday, January 4th, 13, at 12 o'clock noon,
at front entrance of Alllolanl Hale, will be sold at Pub
lie Auction 1'unr llitlMlnv IrfiiH ,-Xua. 113, 111.
It.landllO. situated on the Mnuka aide of atluati
street, liiilunkiiliiiH IMnlus.
TKIIMS-Cash. Upset price $C00 for the four lota.
II. A. P. CAUTEIt,
Minister of Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, Dec. 3d, lbSl. M 4t
Notice to Mariners.
Puhllc Notice Is hereby gh en, that on and after the
FIltsT of JANUAltVlb8.', there will be exhibited on
the extreme South West Point of Molokal, a fixed white
Krcsml Light of fourili(4th) rnugnltude showing around
the compass. The Light Is at an elevation ot DO ft. from
sea level and is visible from a coutuon ships deck In
cliar weather a distance of 11 miles. -Tower Is palmed
white. Lantern red. 1 lie bearings are Magnetic and as
U) To Dlmnnd Head N. 60 West.
(VI To Makapuu Point N. 66 West.
(3) To Moknpii Point N. Wi" West.
(4) To NW Point of Molokal N. 8 East,
(i) To NW Point of Lanal 8. W East.
Office or the Interior
Honolulu, Nov lSlh, 1891. 64 2m
.G . O
Opinion of the Attorney General on the
Laws of EleoUon.
HoN-iLtiLir, Dec, lUh, 1881.
To Hit Excellency
II. A. P. Caiitzu,
Minister of the Interior.
lu reply to your Inquiry a lo the manner and filling,
In accordance with Ihe law, the second voting place,
designated In any election district I have he honor to
That only In these election dlttilcte where there la
more than one District J udge or Tax Assessor or School
Superintendent, can a second board of Inspectors be
Section C, of the Laws of IKS, p. IS. deilguatee the
Tollce or District Justice, the Tax Collector and the
Tax Assessor, or III their abteuce, agents appointed by
them, tu be the Inspectors of election.
Section TWof the Civil Code, provides that ha Min
ister of the Interior may appoint more than on. voting
place lucach district, and shall designate Ihe lnspectora
of election flout among "Ihe Justices.' Tax Collectors,'
and School Superintendents" lu the district. The dim
cully arises when there is but one Judge and one tax
collector In the district. They are made by Ihe law of
Ms tut Inspectors of tho first voting place. If ihero
should happen lo be inort than one of these officers,
together with .School Superintendent there Is no diffi
culty In creating the second board of lnspectora.
Dot It appears, that In nveral districts such officers
cannot b. found. In such s case, my oplulon Is that you
cannot legally crtatu s board of lnspectora (or. second
The tuspecLra for the first voting place may appoint
agents to take their plarrs, during their abience, but
the absence contemplated by law la ono which maybe
due to sickness or uu.vultlable detention. They are
undtr obligation to attend ttlbt voting place. The
Mlnttter of the Interior ctouut appoint the ssmu per
sons to set In two widely separated placet at the same
t'.mt, uor can Inspectors appointed by law lo receive
vote, at tho firtt voting place, tb.ndon ll and rectlvt
tho votes st tus second.
Tbe law deilgnlUt tbe Inspectors for Iks first voting
place, sad lot Minister hat no control orer them. If,
therefore, there sr. not Justices, Tas Collectors, and
School Superintendent. In the district, tildt from those
tlrstvly koldlij oaUc a. Inspector., from whom sco
sssstfsifa F (afsakaaa
PsWssalsaajsBB smJBj asasBsvasaji
ond board can be created, It Is my opinion that the sec
ond board cannot be legally constituted. If It were,
and the Inspectors were persons not authorised by law
to act, the votes cast at such a place would be Illegal,
and If the election were contested, would probably be
rejected by the Courts,
It appeara that, heretofore, It has been the custom to
designate a second voting place, and appoint persons
who were not qualified by law, lo be the Inspectors.
No doubt It has been a matter of great convenience to
the voters to do so, and the failure lo designate such a
place will tint them to great Inconvenience. Hut, after
catefnt consideration, I am convinced that sneh a prac
tice It Illegal, and might Invalidate the election of can
didates for the Legislature. The attention of the next
Legislature will becallej to thlt defect in the law re
I bare the honor to be. Tour obedient servant,
MSi Ml W, N. AltMSTItO.NH, Attorney-General.
The election of Representatives to the next Legis
lative Aasembly, will take place thrnughont the vari
ous Klectlon Die trlcta of the Kingdom, on Wednesday
the lit day of February next.
The Polls at the several pllcel of election will be
opened at S o'clock a.m. on Ihe day above named, and
cloied at ft o'clock r.w.
The following places are designated for holding Ihe
District of 'Mle..rt.rf.:....-. ...". Court House, liilr.
s, . . . . Inspectors of Klectlon
VI. W. A. Hapal ..Police Justice
1. Hcverance , Tax Assessor
Jos. Mawahl, .,,. .,,. ..Tax Collector
District of Hamakua Court House, llouokaa
. . .. Inspectors of Kl'ctloii
J. P. Mlau, District Justice
It. A. l.yuiun Tax Assessur
Char. Williams, 'lax Collector
District of Kohalf ,. ..Court House, Walinea, So. Kohala
Inapeclom uf Election
8. lit Manuka, , District Justice
Oeo. Hell,... ...Tax Collector.
And a Second Polling placo at
Coutt House i ...North Kobala
Inspectors 'if Klictton
II. Johnson , ..District Justice
J) S. Kahooknno,... Tax Collector
District of North Kona School House, Kallua
Inspectors of Election
J.H.Hoaplll District Justice
D. Makalnal .'....!......'..'.'.'..'.! !!..!!'Vnx Collector
District of South Kona School House, Hookrna
Inspectors of Klectlon
C. W. P. Kaeo, District .lii'tlco
I). II. Naliliiu Tux Assessor
John Nuhlnu, Tax Collector
District of Kau Spencer's Store House, Honunpo
Inspector of Klectlon
.1. U.S. Martin District Justice
II. M. Whitney 'lax Assessor
J, Kauhaiie, .. Tax Collector
District of Puna Court House, Poholkl
lnspectora ot Election
J. W. Naeole District Justice
T. Katlhlll, Tax Assessor
Mokuhla, Tax Cullictur
District composed of Lahalna, Olownlu, Uknmchame
Court House Lahalna
lnspectora of Election
D. Kamaloplll Police Justice
J. W. Kalitit Tax Assessor
S. V.. Knllio, Tux Collector
District composed of Kahakuloa and Kaunnpall
School House Honolua
Inspectors of Election
District beginning with mid Including Wathee and
exK'ii.liiiiito and Inclndlnjr Hunuatilit
Court House .Walluku
Iiinpi-ctort uf Klectlon
H. Kulhclniil l'ollcc Jn-tlcc
T. W. Krcrcii, 'lux A-cs80r
W. II. Ktuuu iTuxCollcctur
District beginning with and Including Hamaknitloa and
citciitllu ton lid tugliidliig Kula,
Court Home Makuuao
Inspector of Klectlon
W. K. iloflnmnn District J nstlcj
i. II. llujuclilen, ....Tax Aeceeor
A, Forniinder, Tax Collector
District bclnnlngwllh and Including Kohlklr.ul and
extending toaiidlncludlni Koolau.
Court House liana
Inspectors of I.kcllon
S. W..Knal DistrlcUustlce
1. Ka.rittku, 'lax Afiesrior
T. Kam.nl, M....Tux Collector
District of Molokal and Lanal
Court House I'ukoo, Molokal
Inspector of KUctlon
S. K. Kuplhea,... Dmtrlct Justice
J. Nakuleka, Tttx Aitisciur
J. Kaluupitiaolc,.... Tax Collector
And a second l'olllng place at
School House hauhal, Lanal
Inapt-dor of Election i
S. Kahoohalahala Dlptrlct Justl
H. W. Mejer, bchool AeVit
District of Kona Alllolanl
J.Ti.lluari,..;.. .'..:...... ..'.....Tax AaseWer
U. H. Luce, Tax Cullictur
District of Ewa JtWalanac....School House, Honoulfull
Inspectors of Election
W.O. Needham District Justice
frank Brown Tax Assessor
A. Kuuhl Tax Collector
District of Walalua Court House, Walalua
Inspectors of Election
8. K.Mahoe, District Justice
, Tax Collector
District of Koolauloa School House. Ilauula
Inspectors of Election
J. Kaluhi District Justice
11. Kauulhllo Tax Assessor
Puuklalanl, Tax Collector
District of Koolaupoko Court House, Kaneohe
lnspcitors of Election
J. L. Kaulukou District Justice
T. A. Llo)d, Tax Assessor
W. C. Lane, Tax Collector
District ot Walmea School House, Walmea
Inspectors of Election
J. Kauai, District Justice
1. 11. hapuulal Tjx Assessor
A. Kaukuu Tux Collector
And a second Polling place at
School House Nllhau
Inspectors of Elt-cllon
Oeo. Gay District Justice
J. II. Kalka, Tax Assessor
E. Eahale, Tax Collector
District of Puna Court House, Llhue
Inspectors uf Election
S. It. Itapuku District Justice
I. li.Tui.Lir Tux Assessor
A. W. Maloho Tux Collector
And a second Polling place at
Court House Kolos
Intuectort of Election
J. Hardy, Tax Assessor
Key, J. W. Smith,.
District of llanalcl Court House, llaualel
Inspectors of Klicllon
J. Kaklna, District Justice
It, Puulkl Tax Assessor
W. Luvell Tax Collector
And. set and Polling place at
School House ....Aushol
Inspectors of Election
J. II. K, Kalwl District Justice
Jas. Hush TuxColkcUir
8. W. Wilcox hihoul Agent
W. N. AIIMSTHO.SO,
Minister of the Interior, ad Interim,
Interior Office, Dei. 13, Ittbl. col US It.
A Proposed Amendment.
To Article tA of the Ciiiiitltiillou grauttd by Ilia Ma
Jetty KanKUtuicha V, on Ihe aVtli day uf August A. I).,
IHI, as amended and approved on the 11th day of May
A. D. IStf, according to Article Wot the Constitution.
That Article 30 cf the Constitution be and the tame"
a hereby amended ao as to read as follows!
"Section M. The Representative, shall receive for
their services s compensation to b. ascertained by law
and paid out of the Public 1 rrasury j but no lucreasc of
compensation shall take tflect during Ihe year In which
It shall have been made) and no law shall b. passed
Increasing the compensation of said Keprctcntatlvra
bejoud the turn of Five bundled Dollars for each
I hereby certify lhat the forsgolns Ulll patsedlla third
reading In Ihe Legislative Assembly of the Hawaiian
IalandeonlbeVlhdaynf July A. D. . . .
877 61 3m Secretary,
To Article 01 of the Cnntttotlon granted by Ksmeha
mrha V. on the 20ih day cf August A.li. 1801 In accord
auce wllh Article 80 of said Constitution
Section 1. That Article tl of thu Constitution granted
by Hit Majesty Kamchemcba V. on the 20th day of Au
gust 1864 be and the ramo it hereby amended In accor
dance with Aillclo Wot atld Constitution, by atrlklng
out the worda "Ave hundred" and by substituting there
fore tb. words "two thousand" and by striking out Ihe
words " two hunslred and fifty " and tubttllutlug there
for the words "one thousaud" so Inn the Article
shall tesd as follows.
' Article (1, No person shall be eligible for a Ilepre
tenlallre of Hit peoplrtwholtlnsant or sn Idiot) nor
unl, l he be a male subject uf the Kingdom, wko shall
hats arrived si Ik. full ire of tweuty-ote years, who
shall know huvr to read and write, who tbtll understand
accounts, aud shall hsvs been domiciled lu the King
dom for at Irtitlbree yens, tho last of which shall bt
the year Immediately preceding bit tltctloa sb4 who
.hall own real estate wllkln the Kingdom of a clear
valus over and above all Incumbrances el si least two
thousand dollart. or whs sbsll have aa ssnnsl lueoma
of st lestt ons thoussnd dollars, dstlvad from any
property or tome lawful eroploysaeat,"
I hereby teitlfy that th. foregoing Bill passed IU
bird reading In lbs Lttlslatlie Assembly of Ik. Its
wallan IsUudt tsa lbs DCi day of Asatt A. I). IseV,
JAMt'o M .ifoNHAKHAT,
Liccmei Expiring in December, 1881.
i Wong Kwong Keet, Fort st, llonolnlo
3 Atal, schoofst, "
4 C. J. Flshel, cor Fort nnd Hotel st, "
4 Ltu Fook Kee, Nunanu st, "
B Ah Sam, Kaneohe, Koolaupoko,
0 LekChoug, Nnnauu tt, "
0 Alo, lleretanla st, '
11 Ah Mhak, Pawaa, "
1 Wm. Powell, lleretanla It, "
Jl am Tol, Mannaken st, '
21 llo Sal, King st, "
il C. (Ierl, Furl si, "
2T T. It. Fo.ler ft Co, Esplanade, "
50 A. Femandex, King si, "
31 Wm. Johnson, rort st. ;
1 n-nlon, lliven A Co, N Kohala,
lire sing, llonollt. llllo
IS Phelps .s Smith, llalawa, N Kohala,
U Aksii, Kallua. N Kona,
II Chung Hal, llllo,
It Kokl, Walmea.
4 Frank Sena, Pnehnehn, N Kohala, Hawaii,
Ah Sam. Kaneohe, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
10 Atal, Walliikn.Maul, .
20 (J. Schnlz, f.ll.ue, Kanat,
20 Oee Chtiuie A Co. Maunskea st, Honolulu,
l Aluna, Wslslna.Oahu,
51 Akuna, I'ukoo, Molokal,
JKIlam Loy, Wallnku.
l'ifir. a una.
! Khf."-.H.?,,t,,c Kant nu
1 C. II. ilson, .
Si JacqliA!lL:r, " "
2fC. II. Judd.Jr. '
( Amu, Hamakua, Hawaii,
i D. Taylor, Lahalna. Man),
31 Haupu, Honolulu.
15 Phelps & Smith, llalawa, N Kohala, Hawaii,
1" Wan Wing Shlng, Kingdom.
2 Alamo. Walliee.
R J. J. Halstead, Ulupalakua,
IU Atal, Walluku,
18 Chung Atone, Lahalna,
2D Chock Kte, Makawan, .
M Unong Fong ft Co, Kahulnl,
2. M, Kupoikal, ..
29 Tain Lor, ,,
WMVIng w'oTalft Co, t
SO Zee Slug, Haiku.
IS F. T. Lenehan A Co, Nunanu st, Honolulu,
13 F..T. Leliehan A Co, Nunanu st, Honolulu.
8 Itsupp A Schraeder. Hotel si, llonoluln,
S3 l'aakaula, Ksnalliuu, Kauai,
31 Ahl, Haiku, Maul.
U II. Armltage, Hotel st, llonolnlu.
I.AIIOU A UK .XT.
28 Lee Ong, Honolulu,
28 Hong Ituong, llonoluln.
17 L. Severance. Hawaii.
DEGEMIlEli 2j , 1PB1.
All advcrtlsementaforthe Satuiuiat Pness must be
lent In by Friday noon. No Insertions forthe current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged J months'.
TIIOS. O. TnnUM, Manager.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
To-dat in i public liolidny.
As wo go to press tho Kiln Is pignnled.
Tnr. Government bcIiooU closed yesterday for
tho holiday vacation.
TiiKnE wns a Christmas tree nnd Appropriate
service nt the Chinese church Inst night.
Tne barkentino Eurtla arrived from Snn Fran
cisco on Wednesday morning vdth a mail to tho 1st
The weather was qnite ploasant daring tho early
part ot tbo week but Iihh been showery again for
two or tbreo days.
The Alia says that Cnas. 11. Wells who vrns bore
as manager of the California Theater Troupe has
been quite nick at Philadelphia.
In our supplomeut will bo found tho report of
tho Committee on Homo Missions concerning the
Chinese in tbe Hawaiian Islands.
Tue new fire-bell has bean saipondod in the
i1 L!--f"wi 'Jf lvrt-jL'lrA' " 'a" a f: B.st43
irswrssass,sMsa4Miijtteiill01 m shsssis , Siss.t.-fTrrf
A roLi. account of the KIiir'u reception nt Kau
has been received too Into for pnblicatiou this
week nml will have to stand over to our next.
We nro pleased to nolo that Harry Auld, of Ho
nolulu, carried off thu first prize for penmanship
At Heald's Businesj College "' San Francisco.
An Wo, a Chinaman, was tried in tho Folico
Court this week for giving and selling intoxicating
liquor to native Hnwaliam, nud was lined f 1C).
Wi would reqaest correspondents to make their
communications short and to the point as we are
obliged to condense our matter to get it all into
A itEsTAunAifT has been opened at Kilauoa, Kauai,
which is pleasantly situated near Kahili lindins,
and will be appreciated by travelers betw ceu Hnna
lei mid Kapan. It is named thu Cosmopolitan
0:r WoJnosdny night, when off Hnna, Maui, TJla
nui one of tho craw of the schooner ll'almalii fell
overboard and una in tho witter nn hour nntl it half
bef tire he was picked up. The nijtht was dark and a
strong Mind wns blowing.
A special service will be held nt 3:30 p.m.
in tho 'vestry of Fort Street Church by the
Y. M. C. A., which will partake of tho nature of a.
S raise and tchliniony service, and will be con
ucted by A. l'ratt of Puliation.
Owino to tbe issuo of our large and unusually
interesting supplement this week, and to the preu
of advertisements on our columns, we have had to
"boil down" much uf our matter and to keep a
portion back for another issue.
A ciiinfsx burglar entered the residence of Capt.
Lure last Sunday night, and lu searching around,
made a noise which awoke tbe Captain. Aa soon
as ho could got n light tbe Chinaman was discov
ered but succeeded in making bis escape.
Turn wns an alarm of firo sounded from the
third ward on Thursday evening about half-past
eight o'clock, which brought out the Engine com
panies. Thu alarm was oaiised by tbo fallinu; of
the lump in No. 4 Company's Engine-house.
Tint stoamer Anjtr Html arrived bere from Ban
Francisco ou 'YVedncKdny bound to Hongkong.
Shu brought a rost-ofllco mail and news dates to
thu lltli mat. i'urty-four Chinamen nrriwd here
by bur nud she has 700 in transitu for China.
Tnr Chinese In Honolulu still havo opium in
their possession, aud one is now and then discov
ered with the drug and arrested. A Chinaman, Ah
Loo, was lined (SO, and sentenced to three months'
Imprisonment a fow days ago for using opium.
Umoeu the corner stone of Mr. J. A. Hopper's
houso which has Just been torn down, was found a
French llve-trmio pteco bearing tbe date lrUJ, the
year in which tbe houso was built, Tbe coin is
almost perfect in shape but is slightly corroded.
A ooit that has been staked out for some time
past near ihe side-walk on tbe Ewa side of Emma
street, and Just mnitia of the residence of H. II., 11.
Keelikolaui, lias eaten uio-st of tho bark off eouiu
ot thu large shade trees and nearly ruined thsra.
Tub number of short paid letters received at the
Honolulu Post-office aru increasing la number,
while tho donations to the "short postage" fuud
are decreasing. Koine persons who evidently wish
to take advantage of the kindness ot other, may
be suddenly left in the lurch.
Turn meeting last buuday evening at the Lyceum
was well attended, and tbe services interesting
thrungboot, tbe address by Mr, J. T. Waterhouse
partaking much of a rrinmisoeuee nature. Ha
actiou was taken relative tu lbs formation of a
CaanrTafU at ini Psisost.-We would call lbs
attention of the good people to the unfortunates
in our i'rlou, (who now number WO,) to remem.
Ur them in the preparation of good things for th.
inner man. A few turkeys, rout pigs, plum-puddings
or mince pie would not corns amis.
BvrwxKjt tbe hours of tan and eleven o'clock on
Thursday night last, a daring altsuipt was mads
by parties unknown ta rob a Chloamau on the
public highway. Tbe Chinaman, In comptny with
two of bis friends was walkiag along IlsretsaU
street near Alapal, whs (an be asserts) two men
JsuBped from an express wagon, attacked, threw
bun down and attempted to UrottU hits. Hut the
tries of biuuelf sad bis companions baring
srouaed (boss living in lbs vietolty, and others on
Ut street, who earn to bis sislKinnii, lbs sg-
gresor took shelter initio express and departed nt
a hasty gate. Query. Is it not possible even now
lo trace the cxpresi wagon and And a citio to the
Os Friday evening next there will be given at
(he Mnslo Halt n grand musical and literary enter,
lalnment for the benefit of U.ibu College litiilding
Fund, the programs of which is given elsowhere
nnd promises an ample reward fur a small expendi
ture to a very worthy object.
Mn. ltnnrirTa wilt giva nt the Fort Street and
lletliel Huiidny Schools to-mnrrnw another of his
eteollent illustrations with blick-bo-ird draw
ings, llto skotch to-morrow will represent the
lliblo supported by wings, hovering over our
planet, with rays of light dascendiiig from llio
book nnd spreading over the earth. Above will bo
tho words " I'eaco on llartb," and below, "Good
wilt to men."
Fon the drat time In Honolntn slago nnnnla the
public i. lo bo treated lo a genuine pantomime per
lorinanctiof "lluinpty Dumpty," for which It Is
indebted to tbo industrious energy of Mr. Edwin
llrowne, who hai given personal nttention to manu
facturing the various tricks nnd transformation
scenes of which this piece is largely composed,
and from the succeaiful working of nil parts, as
noticed at tho rehoartnl of last evening, wo nutlet,
ptto a raio lrtl lo tho public, but more especially
to tbo liltlo folks, nnd trust they will show their
appreciation of Alias lloyer's nnd Mr. Drowno's
efforts to ple-tso by giving them a bumper house lo
nin'it. Hr this week's stoamer wo have nown of tho
English Cricketing Eleven In Austratla. Tho first
match was pluyed against twunty.twuof Mnittand,
which ended in a draw, much in favor of the
English men. Maitland 111! and 121 1 England
ir,7, and lfi for ofie" wlc!(tt tfl" The lop score of
the mnlcli was mntlo by tho cul"ui"lld Yorkshire
professional, Ullyett, who in considered (as most
of our llonoluln cricketers nro awatu) to bo one
of, If not tho llnest professional batsmen in Eng
land. Tho amount to his credit was M very good
considering that twenty-two were in the field,
especially Buch men as tho Australians, who nro
renowned for their nettling.
" Mn. UiBTLETT Alihm has Just bultt on Fish
Island," K.i) s tbo Now Hod ford SlaiHtant, "a large
surf or whalo boat for Governor Dominis of tho
B.iml'victi Islands, whosn wlfo is the princess rovat
of the kingdom. The boat wns orderctl through Mr.
Gideon N. llartltstt, who nn his wedding tour
visited tbe Islands and was cntxrtatnod by Gov
ernor Domlnls. When he went to Nbw Ik'tlford
last summer Mr. llartlett gave the commission to
build the boat to Mr. Allen. The craft is thirty
two feet in length over nil, nix foot In breadth of
beam, nnd is tweuty-suvcu inches deep. It is of
handsome model, solidly constructed, with whito
oak frame and celnr planks, has six thwarts nnd
will.be propt'llftl by six oars, nnd has nlso n placo
for a mast. At the stern nro arranged seats wburo
n number of persons can sit, nnd a commodious
locker is also placed there. The outside painting
i-1 of white with black ribbon, nnd the inside below
tbo thwarts is strnw color. The boat Is intended
to carry the owner between the Islands, and can
Bifely laud In almost any surf. It will Do shippud
to San Francisco, vis Capo Horn, and theucu to
Ciibihtkas will be n marked day in Fort Street
Church, both for tho young nnd tho old people.
Sunday morning tho regular Church service will
Rive place to a Children's Service. Tho pews
uirtctly in front of tbe pulpit will bo reserved for
tho Sunday School, nntl the exercises will consist
of singing by tho children, led by tho Choir, of
appropriate Christmas music, nud an address by
tho pastor to tho children. In the evening, at 7:30,
there will bo the following Christmas Praise Ser
vice: 1 Organ Voluntary by Myron II. Jones.
2 Fugno " Praiso God from whom nil btosslngs
flow." Choir nnd Congregation.
4 Anthem "Sing nnd llojoice," .....Choir.
T Uld Testament Scripture Lesson, Is. IVS.
0 Hymn-" Joy to the World," Choirand
8 Hesponse ''O Praise tho Lord." Choir.
l Hymn" While Shepherds watched their
flocks." Choir and Conurecation.
10 Now TestarneutScrlpture Lesson, Matt. '..M 12.
11 Anthem" .Brightest and Best," Choir.
VI Christmas address J. A. Cruzau.
13 Gloria from 12th mass Choir.
11 Closing hymn "Hark, tho herald angels sing,"
Tho Choir will be increased for the occision, and
will number fifteon voices. In the Congregational
pieces Mr. W. F. Jones will play Cornet accom
paniments. A cordial invitation is extonded. The,
ltetbet will also hold Christmas praiso servioa
moro especinlly for tho young people to-morrow
morning, commencing nt 10:30.
A most (shocking murder was committed late
last Snntlay night or early on Monday morning nt
ManoaVHlloy, near Charloy Long's place, to tho
right of tho road going up. An old native woman
named Hnuaiiaku was the victim. Early on Mon
day morning a litllo South Sea Island boy who
lived with HitnnuakU nwoko nnd went to tbe houso
of a neighbor, Kapakaula, and said tojjmjL!I
twaiLiualt--. IuiuaJpiuU-wsuit with, his two children
a tu. taom-snU tiiaeorrt! -tfia old trorotu. ivsnsr
viii tuo nouron iier-vnosrwiia tnttivtnt-shocks nruntiu-
her head. Ho went for another native, Kaikna
hine, and when tbey saw that she was dead they
told Paaluhi a policeman, who came to town with
tho information. A nativo named Knuli was sus-
ticctcd nnd arrested. He is a cousin ot tbe bus
land of tho murdered woman's daughter and was
a partner with her in some taro patches. On ei
nminulioti it wns proved that ho had not been in
Maitoa siuce Snntlay afternoon, and bo was dis
charged. A Chiuamsn was next suspected. It is
stated that ho bad given n number of presents to
n girl who was n friend of Hanannku, nnd, it is
said, wanted to marry her. Ho heard that bIio
was to marry n young nativo aud blamed the old
woman for inlluencins tho clrl. Tho cirl. bow-
over, denies having received nny presents from
him. Tho Chinaman, Lau Ko, was in Koolau and
ofDcers were sent after him. He was arrested ou
Wednesday night nud was brought to tho Station
houso on Thursday morning, where he is now de
tained subject to farther investigation. Tho mur
dered woman had been struck on tho head with
some blunt instrument, perhaps a Chinese cleaver,
aud four septrato wounds wero made. Tbo first,
about tlirco iiiohes in length, wns near the top of
the head n little on tho left, which cat through Ihe
skull the second out an inoh and a quarter lowor
dowu, was two inches long; tho third cat was nn
inch below the other and tho brain protruded from
it; the fourth cut severed tbo lower part of tho car,
mid iinjointod the lower jaw. ''he skull wns
cracked from tha first cut to the fourth. The
woman was npp iruutly killed by the first blow, ns
she had not moved.
FoLLowiNa is n record of tho Police Court pro
ceedings for tbo pist week : John Uana, larceny,
sentonced to one year's imprisonment at hard labor
and fined $10, ooata $1X0. Sam Mnlnkiela, assault
nud battery ou his wife Annie, fined $5, costs
$3.10. Edward James, drunkenness, forfeited sJG
bail. Iwahaptoeoe, w,, disturbing quiet of night,
forfeited 10 bail. Sam Mulaktill and Louis
Pedro, affray, former fined $.", latter $ lfi, costs ft
o ch. Thompson, assault and battery on Ah Wan,
fined 3, costs 41.30. L. O. Young, assault and
buttery on M. Peterson, flued 2, costs $2.10. Ah
Chung, driving dray faster than a walk, forfellod
if 10 bail, Knuaituao, larceny of finger ring, sen
tenced to three mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor, costs IJl.'-'O. John Ilurko. selling merchan
dise without liceiiso, lined $10, or in default of
payment of fine sentenced to eighty days' impris
ouuiont nt bard labor, costs $3. Alfred McHhane,
drunkenness, forfeited fG bail. Edward James,
p-ime charge, fined $5, costs $1. Louis Oliver,
same charge, torfnited sV bail. Mnnini nud An
Nam, affray, fined $5 each, costs If 1.20 each. All
Wo, selling and giving iutoxlo uing drill to nativo
Haw liiaus, fined f 10 , costs 3.i0. or in default uf
payment aouteuced to !X ) days' imprisonment at
hard labor. Ah Loo, having opium in possession,
fined tJ.VJ and sentenced to three montlm' imprison
ment at hard labor, costs tl. Martin Peterson,
assault nnd battery on L. U. Young, fined $5, costs
tl. Simuela, larceny of watch, fined f 17 and
sentenced to six mouths' imprisonment nt hard
labor, coats $1. Hoeola, Insanity, committed to
insane asjlum. Jas. Hanlon, malicious injury,
flued $10, costs $1.10. All Ynw, assault and battery
on Man Chit, fined $!i, costs 1. Jesttm, druiikou
uesi, forfeited 80 bail. Civil record. T. 11. Foster
dc Co., vs. Knill, desertiug bound service, defend
ant ordered to return to employer, costs t)10. Wai
hee Sugar Co., vs. Pule, deserting contract service,
defendant ordered to return to employer, O. W.
C. Jones vs. McCbeany & Githens, action ot as
suiutwit for tJ20',l, Juduuieutfor 4)185; caso appealed
tu intermediary Court.
The ladies ot th Congregational Church in
Walluku held a (air ou the afteruoou and evening
of tho 10th inst. The sobool bouse, in which thu
fair was held, was tastefully decorated wllh over,
greens, wlulo the fancy goods and refreshment
tables reflected the good tsslo of the ladies who
helped tu arrauge them. Tbe painting on tin ot
Mrs. W. II. llailoy and Miss Horner were eepocl
nlly flue. Judging from the numbers who were
constantly around it, thu refreshment table was
the must interesting feature uf the evening. A
great many of the gentlemen relumed to the table
three aud four limes in their patriotic endeavors
ta ditXMs ot the good thing, sot before them, A
special train brought about 100 men from Hpreck
elsvills who materially asjaisieJ ntlhe refreshment
tablet. At a sa.aonsbU hour the remaining arti
cles wsre disposed of by Hr. Girvin, (artintf as
auctioneer) who with) bis quick wit and winning
smiles caused ooatid.rablo rivalry among the
biddtrt. The sad eiperioncs of a number of the
visitors suggests lbs advisability of covering (its
ditch to front ot the school bouts. Several ladies
and ssutlerasn went into it In rather an uncom
fortable hurry, having mistaken it fcr tbs toot
path. Tuny esc sped, howsver. without further
injury than soiled garments and dantpentd under
standing.. It is to bo bopsd that it wilt boat
t judex! lo, as serioui iujury may result to those
stepping (ntu it in tha darkness. Tbs proceeds uf
Ite (sir SBsountsd to a)Ulo.U0.
Entron SATunoAt Pnr-ss i Your suggestion of a
couple of weeks ago In favor of the formation of a
Planters' Agricultural Society seems lo me to be
eminently practical nnd worthy of attention.
There cm bo no doubt that the outlook for the fn
tnre is anything but rensanrlng. The prospective
cessation of tho highly prized treaty jntt when
things have got nicely started as one may lay, tbs
probable scarcity of lalmr Jnst when very large
crops are being put In nntl the deeply involved con
dition of many of the plant itions, render It abso
lutely necessary that the very best should be mads
of everything. It is all very well for each mail to
lte Independent nnd pursue his own course, regard
less of ihe experienco and advice of others when
times are good, profits are largo and there Is plenty
of margin for waste, mistakes And learning by
experience but now it Is high time that each
planter nnd sugar producer should avail himself in
evory way possible of the knowledge and experi
ence of those who have already gained it.
Such a society na that you have suggested might
receive reports from tho 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 instancu such
subjects ns tho following might receive nttention.
Fertilizers tho various kinds in uae and which
proves the best, tho amount used, and how applied.
Tram-warn, stntlonnry nnd portable, the power
used on them, and which is tho most economical.
Tram-ways as compared with Traction engines,
rnulo carts nml buttock carts etc., etc., through a
long Hat of questions that will suggest themselves
to those in tbo business, and which would prove of
interest. I am confident that most of tbo planters
nnd manager,! would be glad to give nil the Infor
mation in their power, especially if it were for pur
poses of mutual improvement.
Again, such a society representing tbe bulk ot
the agricultural interests ot the kingdom, might do
KulilSthlng to regulate the price nnd quality of la
Ixjr. It laVserlod that there is a combination
a'ltong tho laborS7lf41uelves by which they seok
lo raise the price of labor7iK-liJnp more than
fair nntl nu less than absolutely ntcoXfiT-iM-
capital should combine to keep labor within reas
onable lim ts. In the older manufacturing coun
tries, such as England, for Instance, lllsaveiy
common thing for employers Jntlio different trntUs
to combinu and present such a Bolld front to labor
that thoy nro nble to regulate it within reasonable
limits, and generally without difficulty.
Such a society might also exercise a very benefi
cial iitUuonce in establishing on a small scale an
agricultural garden where various kinds of seed
cami might ho kopt in stock, where the quality
might bo iiiaterinll) improved by careful attention
t selection of the Loed, and wlicro valuable Im
portations from other sugar growing countries
necessarily in small quantities might be mult),
plied tu a sufficient dogrco to bo sold to the differ
ent plantations. Any experiments suggested nt
tho meetings of the society In regard to the culture
nnd treatment of cane, might bo tried st such a
place on a small scale, that, if failures, would in
volve no great loss, nnd if successful might be re
ported on favorably. Yours &c, f
The King at Hilo.
Hilo, December 1C, 1881.
Editor. Batubdat Pbxss : Last week I noted
what would have occurred had the King some on
tbe day named, as it was very rainy, and bsd been
for several weeks. The King staid at Laupahoe
boe until Tuesday morning (December 13th) when
lie cama hero lu his own boat whloh had been
brought to him by tho schooner h'aulk-taouli, which
vessel bad boon lying in this port, and bsd been
chartered for the occasion. She came back hers
nud brought the balance of the passengers and
baggage. The King's boat came here in four hours
from linupaboeboe. Ou the King's arrival here hs
was met at the dock by many of tbe people,
amongst them G. II. Wotmoro, L. Severance, Esq.,
Capt. Eldort, Capt. Thos. Spencer, L. W. Hose,
ltov. Titus Coan. Judge Aknu and Hon. C. U. Judd
who had como here by land on tbe 12th. Tbs
streets had been strewn with ferns and grass. The
King aud Queen were escorted to the residence of
Capt. Thos. Spencer (whoso guests they wero to
be) walking under the beautiful canopy carried
by young men. There were torch lights on each
side (which at day made It seem a little odd.)
Tho band was at tho roar of the oonopy and a
crowd of DcodIo following. Tha dnv was the
finest that we have had for some weeks. The flags
were all up tho Hawaiian, Amerioan nnd German.
Mauna Kea wns covered with snow for a long dis
tance as was nlso Mtiunn Loa. Tbo school chil
dren, both Hawaiian nud foreign, met in front of
tho reulenco of Capt. Spencer, carrying small Ha
waiian, American nntl German flags, and sansT
somo beautiful selections in their very best man
ner. Thore was much firing of crackers by Chi
nese. Somo of tho words on the arches had been
almost obliterated by tho late heavy rains, as wo
have had 8.10 inches up tu the 13th of this month.
The Chinese had their stores closed on tbo nfter-
noon of the day of the King's arrival. In the
evuning there was a torch light procession, nearly
rere sjms f
a. Many 1
i met his -"-
iuu lorcuesj cnrricu uy nawauans anu uninesss
At tue residence ot uapu apenoer there were
VtAJIU lUUItlO ISIIU ,1 lMlb USill Ul IUO fINta.
citizens called to pay their repecU.Iv
i , i Mia s. iir-neligbtcd
mention, whloh he savs has mora than met hla
nesdsy) ho was-cnrrlent tn n" carriage with tha
Queen to church (ltov. Titus Coan Pastor). Tbs
canopy wns placed over tbe oarrisce, ropes were
tied to tbe vehicle, nnd it was pulled to church by
mostly Chinese Ho addressed nn audience of no
Ies3 than 800 persons, in which bo spoke of hisv .,
travels mil his recoption in places where he had
boon, which has been published in Honolulu
papers. Ho said he had an interview with Presi
dent Arthur of tho (J. S. and seems to thiuk thero '
can bo no doubt but that the lleclprocitj Treaty
will be renewed. Addresses wero made by Re
presentatives Nawahi nnd Wnhine, after the
King's address. Tho King and tho Queen wers
drawn in tho carriage through tho prinoipal street. t
The Chiueso seem to havo taken specltl pleasura
In entertaining tbo King. When be sooke of his
visit to the Flowery Land it seemed to delight them.
Thore were two transparnncies carried ; ou one was.
tho warm greeting uf the children of flower
covered Hawaii, on the other was delight from the
children of tho rain flower to the oblet Kalakaus.
God save the Kiugl The King has visited the doad
lava flow. He leaves to-day for Kau by the Like
like. Investigating ftnuniMion.
Editou Pbe&s: Tbe excessively false statements
circulated by the S. F. Cliromeli for the malicious
object ot preventing tbe renewal of our Recipro
city Treaty with tho United States, should havo a
more authoritative answer than bas heretofma
beou given. If it were n favorable tlmo to nego
tiate for tbe renewal of that Treaty, our Govern
ment might well request the Government of the
United Slates to send a commission to investigate
the workings of the Treaty, and to report ou what
ever in our social and political institutions and in
tho fact of our important location amidst the com
inerce of tho Pacific, makes it desirable that tbs
very aniioable conventions between tbe two coun
tries should be porpetnallv continued. Tbe report
of such a commission would be an effectual an
swer tu tbo slanders propagated about us.
If we do not tuku tho iutlatlve to nuDlv for tha
renewal of the Treaty, our onotnies msy surpriss
us when we are loast prepared by applying for its
abrogation at the expiration ot its stipulated
puriod. Our chances for obtaining its extension
will bo much better when wo introduce tbs sub
ject into the American Congress with full prepa
ration nud in a favorablo way.
An answer might also bo well made to the slan
derous represent itions made about us by our
Chamber of Commerce, or better y.t by tbo
American Minister, whoso office it is to carefully
consider whatever nffects the friendship subsist
ing between us and his country! such nn answtr
ably made and widely published iu the United
Suites might make our position ail tbe better
after tbo sltndcrs because of tho favorable in
formation disseminated nbuut us. J, M. A.
Euitou Batuudav Pnxus t In " Evolution,"
" Eternal condition." should bs "external f
" monoy " "
" cephalopoda" "
"strong bed" '
Intensely ' "
" "cephalopoda i"
Kyolutlou sliooia na inisrtWDsrors "so strongly
craves ' "and" should bs omitted after "Both
' Now as "miuote variations" are tbs vsntsgs
ground of tbe evolutionist, if be bas sny, it doss
uot become an opponent to admit suoh variations
luto bis test, lust they should, by deveiopmsut,
lead to something strange and abnormal.
Ons may be pardoned, perhaps, if hssiprssstha
hope that prov-rindlug in Honolulu may d.v.lop
Into a mors perfect expression of the fyyw. Y.
Some of tbo errors mentioned wars tbs fault of
the proof-reader, some were corrected iu tho proof
sheet, but not in the type by tbs compositor, asvd
ons was made by " Y " in bis msnasoript. Ed. J
HcAStx's BtTHib-Kty 8 0 Esmon, Chtpltln, Kiss
street, near the bailors' Horn., Prcchlng at II a a,
Ntftla fret. Sabbath School befns lbs morulas ttrvlc..
Pr.yer meeting on Wednesday evening, st 1 o'clacili
fowl HTBSSTCatlscM K.v J, A. Cruian Pastor, cornet
of Vort sad Utr.uala atieeU. Prt.cltku on Musclar,
at 11 a a aud Tlir a. ssbb.lt btheol sJvOa .
Hr Anussw'a CATnrrjiui-Koillih srnlcesi Hi lav
lb. Bishop it Honolulu sud Kv Thos Blackburn. Ha
wallan scrvir-iti Hv Altx Macklutotb. 11.30, Holy
Corimuolonttf.:), Matins sad bunion (llSHsllssJi 11.
Matlnt. Lllsuy and sermon (Kogllabji , Evvsscig
(llawallsn); 1M, Kvcuaoug aud M.'imou (Kngllstf.
Kosam Cavsolio Cui'iu.11- Under lb. cbtrg. of K. .
Kev 111. hup MaLret, assisted by Key Bishop Hermans Is.
rort tlrrei, near lleritanla. Sonlcct every Sunday as 8'"
10 a asd a r s. v
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