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IIO.YollLV. PXlFJfBlR Jl.i. JJ
Hollas., far the week e lind tn be In a terr tttlt.
fitlorj rendition, all tfclntt tontldered, ird when cur
tulenf batlnett hoatrt ret throuch their tel of
dutlrt on qaartrrlr itcoanti, and foot np their tude
and bailnet t for the jeir wf think the theislne "I" b'
emlnentlrtitlifatlorr. At a commnnltr e hate the
ttilifattloa of freedom from in filluitt thilcatlt a
tln upon a i.
Shlrplnj raotemrntt for Ihe week hate been torae
whit minted owing to the bnlttercnit ittt of the
seiher, and fef it now freely etpretted for thf
ttftlrof the schooners Warwick and Jnlta of ear fruit
Inf fleet, at the hare not been heard from for tome
tlmf. The ttmr Zealsndla, did not arrlte till Tnetdij
T M.. hjlnc bn detained In S. r. till thf Klh tnil .
swilling the arrival of thf milli. Adtleet by hfr jls't
no Indication of Improvement! In run of ItUnd pro
mote, thf dfcllnt In toxin reported by tht Aojer llf td
Thf drpirtnrrs ilncronr litthite teen the Vra 11
Irwin, for Sin rrandreo, nd Zfilmdli, fur thf Colo
nlf , toeelber with two others In billsit.
from thf t'.S I'eonenlil of N'nrWth. wemkt thf
fojlovlns extract! telstlte. to thf attacks upon thf
Ifelproeltj Tif.171 t . j, ,dnt, to thf 1
11 . .il.. . 1. 1.. j. 1 ,1. . 1 1
niwitun Iiliudi bj lhf prffrnt irrinrfmfnt ire ilro I
llltut;,uu to ourtrltrt Hi thf fllmaliit fltfn lo
IndaMrr In tht l.lindi oar tiporti to thfui hitt 1
,.. 1.1 1 . .. . '
qnidniplfd In the put Btejtsr.. Thf trntT
-iiu mr iiimiun iiund it icirtrljr Itn importint to
8 ' Jtopl thin thf conliol uf the Soft ciml It to
it.iti.k..,i.t.... ,,-. ,1 . .. ..
""inn. ... Mcn iiie.rntricin itinmut
plfrtfd f t our mirltlme Interest will iraalit in 1
Imporlince fifffdlnt; mj thf j hitf jft itlilntd. It J
n.l ll '
uioinit titnori ctrinin mil not Clilint fulnit thit
the if tl Tilnt becomei ippirrnt t . htnee thr Ittitj
li of fir more concf m to nt thm the mtre ttchinct of
coniKodllltf rpeclrled b; It.
PORT Or HONOLULU.
DfcSI-Anbktnf Kill, Ilronn. lTdtTt from !n F
Amwhbk Noithtru Lliht. Cimpbrll, IG ilirt
from Mn trmcltco
r Am bk ilirthi llldruut, Wlckburr, M ditt
from Tort lllikelr
Mm Llktllkr, from lliwafl ind Miol
TT I'.MSs filindli.Cbrtillir, from sin Krm
ch Nf llle .Merrill, from UhtUi
V Mm .'it -Mitre, from Kiu.l
Mm Klliurt lloi, from Kibulul
!th Kf kiolaoht. tram llimlcl
31 Mm Lehui. from Molokit . Him
Stia V It Ulihop from Kiuil
DeeSt Am wh bk Norlhtrn Lltht.Cimpbfll.forernltf
Hon bk Ctiltlijii. Onlinn, for Poll Tonend
St bin Lehui, fur liim md .Molok.l
Mm lnalanl, fur .Mtiliri. Kom ind Km
Mm O It 111. bop. for K0I01 and Wilmti
ch U. Ilele. fur .Mallko
Am b;tne V O Irwin, for Sin Princltco
ST PMh rilindliChfrilicr. for .-tdneT
Mm I-lkeilkr. fur Mtul and llawiil
M -Vli Marlon, for Kuknlhaelr
Mb Ksalktaoall. for llonokn
I-Am bk C O Whltmorr, hhllliber, forlRoril
R021I1, 11 C
Scb V.'iloil, fur Pitnhia
htm Ji Makre, for Kiuil
Votieli lu Port.
Itr bV Sir Ijincelot, bhorlliud
lliw Wine Mnllo
Haw bk Kalakin. Jenki
Ani ch Anna. McCnlloch
Ilrlt 9 s Anif r Head, lloptr
Am bktne Lureki, meron
Am bk Keterc, Mdntjrit
Am tch Mijboand, ilimen
Am bk Klla. Uronn
Am bk Mirthi Hideout, WIcLbur-
' Ve.li Expected ntHonolnJn. from Torwlcn
Ger bK Adonli. Dehirde, llremrn, due II. Hickfeld
Dr bk Ktbrajd- New Cattle, N. s. W., dac 1
"iiatr a .o. .cenf.
Am bk Amy Turner, .Newell, New York, dns Jan 1VS),
C llrewer 4 Co. Aircnta
Brit thlp Dnke of Abercorn. lltnnle, Lhfipool, due Jan
tcbr Alatka. Jalult, Til Marqnrrai, dne II
llackfeld .V Co, Aeentt
Ge r bk C It Illthop, 'iValtert, llrtmrn, due Feb 1-5, II
Hickfeld X. tc, Axentt
Ger bk Atalnla. Mohrmann, Liverpool, due March 5-10,
J T Waterliuute Arm!
Ilrlt bk Earl Ualhoutle. JanKLnndon.Tit SlMlchaelt,
due March 10-li. llrewer A Co. Acenlt
Brit bk Mneteh, Ho, New Canle. N. b. W., due Jan
10-15, U llrewer X Co, Agent.
Brit bk PicISc Slope, lliruct. New cattle, N" S W, due
Jin 5-1U, Wilder A Co. Acentt.
Am bk Edward Mtr, Johnten, Llrrrpool, to tall about
Dec ?Wh. O C Macfarlane Jt Co, ..jtentt
An bk furnett bbc, Giiett, Ilotton, to nil about
Dec I. C Brewer & Co, Act nit.
Am bktoeKllkltai,Cntlr, Port Gamble.dnell Hickfeld
A Co, Atrenti.
Ambk Kuena Vltii, Calhoun, Pt Gamble.dne llackfeld
A Co. Acentt.
Am bk Emerald. Lord. Port Gamble, due llackfeld A Co.
Brbk Llxzle Bell, Molgnard, Llterpool, T 11 Dtrtei
Am tch Idi terminer, Lotdal, Port Gimble, for Kiha-
Loch Lee. .New Cittlt, N S W, dne Jin
Brit bk Lidr Limp.un, 3firtton,5in Prateltco, doe
Jin S-IU, C llre er a Co. A;enti
Am bk Camden, bwanloo. Port liamble. due Jin 5-10, H
llackfeld i Co. A-ents.
Am bk Kalnler, Wnlff. Port Gamble, doe Jan SO-IS, II
Hiclifrld A Co. Asentt.
Am bklne Contlllutlun. , 'Nanalmo, due Jan 5-
30. , Ajf ntt.
Am ich Ilotarlo, bnlft, for Kahnlul, due.
Am rcli Cattie Harwird. Lellallltttr, Humboldt, due
Jau MO. Allen A. Koblnoou. Aceiilt
Am tch Twlllshl. Whitney, Mn Francltcn for Illlo, due
Am bjtne J D Sprtckflt. Vrlet. San Prancitco, due
Jan 10-15, ro Imln A. Co, AECnlt.
Ata bk ll C Murray. Ilavrc. Kan Francuco. due Jan 10.
15. F A Mhaefer A Co, Azentt.
Am bk Fonett Uueen. Ulndini. San Franclrco, due
Jan to-t'i. II llackfeld Jt Co, Acrnlt.
Am bk II V Almy. Freeman, Mn ncltco, due Jin 5-
10, CL-llr A Cooke, A-enif.
Am bklne W 1! Dlruund, Houdlett, San Frandtco, due
Jan 151'. W Irwin A Co. A;enlt.
P M S .1 Aattralla, Carsll, Sydney, due Jan 13, II llack
feld A Co, Aztntt.
r M S h CHy of f?ydncy. Dearborn, Sao Frandtco, due
J(d -'. II Hackfe.d A. Co, Asenta.
Ileporl or It M S Zealandla, It Cheraller, Comman
der, from Mn Franclrco
Dec 3Hh. i:Si p in dltcharted San Frandtco Tllot.'
Floe ireather experienced fur nrl two daya when
Wong aontherly rale with heavy head tea wat met
with; which titled nd and'-Slrd. In contntnence of
which Hnginea had to be reduced to half tpeed for
over twrlr hourt. Deceived Honolulu Pilot on boanl
th. 3:Jip m.
There It a whaler outtlde at we go 10 prett.
The Haw bk Kalakaua la at the old Cuttom Houtb
vhirf loaded for Mn PrancWco to till thli diy. The
sill will clote at the Pott Offlce ill pm,
The Am bklne Cnreka It at llrewer A Co't whtrf
loadlnc for Mn Francltcn to tall ihortly.
Tht Am bktnt Klla arrived latt Saturday from San
Vrindtco and ha do:ktd at rtrewer A Coa wharf
where tho It new dltcharcln:. We rfjrel to aay that
Cipt Drown hid a fall two or three day t before reaching
port, hurlln; hlmtelf lererelr.
Th Am bk Martha Rldcoul ta at Allen A Roblntona
wharf dttcharslne a cargo of lumber.
Tt Brit bk Mir Lancelot It at ths old iteanuhlp
wharf neirly dltcharjed and will piobtbly nil about
ine miouic 01 nexi wcck ior i-nmina, ur.
Tht Am tch Anna la at tht foot of Fort Street, load-
Inr for .Mn Francltcu to tall tsout Turtday l.etl,
The Am bk tlerere It at the Ktplanade dltchlrtlnc a
caru 01 ci rrom ucpinnre uiy,
Onr thtnki are due to Cap! Howard or the Contnelo, ,
(at Kahului.) for a .ft of Ine 8 F papeat.
Tht I'MUli Ztslandia arrived on Tnetday afiernoon
lstt from Man Krancltcn. Her dele atinn waa rantrd by
the nn-irrlval of the En;llth ualliatrtan FranclKo
The Am tch Htashound It at oren.oni wharf. Mie
hat dlrchareeU all of her San Frandtco freight and will
tall for Jalolt to-day probably.
San Prancltco-Arrlvtd Drc II. Arutctne J DSpreck
ela. Friet. hence Nor SI: Dee tl. Am tch Itotirio.
Swift.JIdiyi from Kahului; Dec li Am tch Twllljbl,
Whitney. 1 diyi fmm IHIo; Dec l. Am bk II C jlur.
ray, llavent, heuce Not W.
PortTowntead-ArrtreJ Dec 1. Am tern Kictltlor,
Swift. SI diyi from Kahului; Dec I i. Am tch Twlll;bl,
Pllti, fro-n Illlo.
Spokfii-.Vov SI, lath S, lunrqi W, Am bk Amy
nrner, NewtlL frosi N'tw '101k fur Ihlt pod
Troml'oU llliktly. per Martha ttldtout, Drc St .VT,
III tlroaja lombrr. trJA'i ft faced lumber, u thin
glet, 3 At; polet, W tkt potaloet.
From Ntuilmp, per Ittverc, Dec J1-I1W tona coal.
From San Frandtco, per Mtrhnund, Dec ild-lt IT
Whltuty.ici furniture: Hill A hon, IT pkg hdntrt; T
II Datlet.h pki Icon. U Ml wire: Allen .t rlolilnton.U
i,kg croc; lMlnuihiin Co. a pkg palnltt laotrrt A
I jnt, ia pkg lead; 0 II Jndd.45 tkt uitt. 41 b-tlet bay
Phllllpt ACo.apkgdry goudt lljmin llrot. is k
flue; M Melaerny, 1 pkgt biqii tud thoet; Cattle A
-ooke. t bhl win. 1 e roach; May A Co. 134 pk; v.rtl
llackfeld A Co. Wet bread; J T YValrrtioute, 1 ct cret.
IJj bran. 51 balta hiyj Wilder A 1.0. SI balet hay, I
t ; tokt
rrom Bin Frandtco, per Zealandla, Dec t llymtu
llroe. SI pkjlsiueru, T pksdry ki-kIi 31 ct tbot., F I'
lUttlngt, let eiT"ii. A Itlcbirdioii. let thoet. Set
firn"dtt l Weil, ttt varuiih; M J Itote. ! pk- m
tnltl; FCieuentt,lct boukt; J 11 Fraier.-lbx applet)
FGtrti.frt thur;b K Lordau. I cwultkyt Phlllfpt A
Co, M pkg sruc, llrt lobaceo; A Htrutnan, 1 cttaddlcry
Mart Brot. pkgEruc;U V MacUrltae. I c tlatlnntry;
HackfeldakCu.Mtkt Mtaioea, tctiudte; J T Water-k,-a,MI
dry gwodt.H ct frullt; May A Co. 4u
cro; Hall A Son. Icbardwan; K I' Adtua. SW pkg
f .wlUt M VVIil. I cdrygoodt; M Mclntrny, I bndl
ttesiA Montana, spkg framreiTH Thrum, I c Ha
t vneryi G F Wtlla.aca In met; C J Flthtl.4 ca dry
St!.; MMtlHi.ScedrrgaiHlt; Kbtert A Co. 4 pkg
rgood: Z S SpsUlnr.SI pkg kdil; Board Kdora
tl . I c tlatlomry; Supreme Court. I c do; It llcltie. I
btlrpc; llnliltirr A Cu,act clnirti J a VValkcr, 1 ca
Igfuet, and VT pkg to Chlaete' nrmi.
Prurn San rrindtco.fer Ella. Drc Mlb-Orlnbaem A
Cu.Mpkg groc.lTJtk feed. W tkt putatoet Srewlat.
rc tontc II pk:ctg'la. gpkgWUitui ilolii.i.r
4k Co, Uptsfxpfsdouttlra; llva IrMn n vikt, Sgover.
BW:Or4ef.TObbIt lime; llymsn Urn. Alptigdcnodt
KlCA Wolf. UO tk brau. 11 pkg riuc. So bit hay. aj
H (ttd; Q W Mscfsrlsat A Co, Ua beet, I pool Uult;
Allen A RoMnn lqrkf ns. Til tt.- It Vs-xet
b-Jtllft A W 1'lerre ,t I o, lOblerukuro (IS sp fred.
frtc etc. t Irmn A tc. Utibbts salmon. Ho. Its A
'. bit dnek. Klike pt ct llllrelte, 8 Nit ppfN
"chirfrr A to. 10 pc spices, A llrrbfrt, M I'ki fiitnl
ff i A nrrneri, m pss; mini
Inif, Wbls hat: Lalne A IV,
tn-ei II LKnmin ni nun II
I'nmin hm owe lime, w me 017; i.ainr v 10.
rd, A Jaeger, t ct nni tl Seelken. 81 pkc
K l) lls.ll !on. Xlnks hdnirp) MctnUre
Pros, ttUrkt 'erd.VtUtks bran, Irlpks rrre, Catile A
lookf. foblthaj-. 113 ekt bailee, laieasbtsu, rfpr
cruf. ?JtkenidCi llsehfe M . l"n. Mi tilt Mmr, 3t bbl
flit l Mclnrrtiv, lr hl, T II Dnl A If, fbif
ntr, initt.1 srnin. Dllllnclitm i 1 o, sipic muei luw
H"T. tbooyi, Hrrnrr A Co. ii in Mlfk. irMni tlilnilit,
t.t pt, i ton urn! Ill bl hr. vit rkt trol. tl p t
llpf. 3blt bifxl. I tunk ctfolinc, tihorrfti I' K II
llimi 11 pkjt fnrnlltur
Tor .n Krnelo. prr W tl Irwin, ilrt Will- IVSSX
lb rltf.?t.M ibj itic'f. SH bn.-lit bnn ttilnmrnt
C Kthalnl. I9t,vai lb) in;r, Vl. Hum j;VM:M.
From Sin Frintltco, ptr Kill, PfrCl I t'hurchft
It hontn,t Mrrtiiictr .1 llnntn, V llf ttrmrr. W
Wf ttrr, Mrs lirownrll init I'hllil, .Mr Drownf II, l.om
Tor Sin Prtncltto, p'r V O Irwin. Pre Klh Prink
ETItrff, JTIIridy. I. Uolf. C M Vflh.
From Sn l'rn(lrn. pfr Zttlindlt. Dfc ST Mitt
?,'. A rmitnljf. Mr. J M tut Jr. Ml A lUlttriil, ,
"r tl- nU Ktf. Ur Tidtlf. Mlit Klnc. JHm JadJ.
i ., vi, .g.,.,i inftni. K Mrln.mr 11 11 Hindi
ind lfr. Mix V. Kirk. J ( ! tnil nlf p. m Kodrr. I
.""."if' ,r K".rcV1f", "i'lt-'iV"1, Mr "n",,i"l:
Ker A rUmpton ud wlfr. Mil J V Thompton. I)r 1 N
Tlmmp.nn. K 1' Ad.mv dpi K A- Hoirox.kl. V II
mini". Mr i.vhi,. Mimin, Mlr 11
!l'.,!., J' "'Jniininn, J U tlliUf. I)r
llrtHllf. K A mil- (
j I tiii mm si
In thr tltfriBf.
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Lilr, W.Mocc I Clilmniin.
MAXWELL In Portland, Orecon, Dee. ad. Mr drti
MixwLL,ildf5t ion of the llle 11m " Mainfll.tcrd
3f;firt, lit leau't wife, child ind a brnlhtr to de
plore hit lor .
Tin; .HATintittt iMir.svi
Publlihed for the .itl mur Pnrtt A.iocUTini by
Hook, Job and Ucnvril Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
Notlcei of any eentt of lntfrfl trannplrlng on Hk
otlirr l.land wlllalniTt be Ihinkfullr recrltrd for
publication. Correspondent are reqtiftfd lo apptnd
their trnt namrt to all commnnlcxllonf, not for publi
cation nrcc?ir!lr. but at Rnarnntte that the wtlur
It acting In 'ifd faith.
THE NEW YEAR.
Anntlicr leaf in tlie l-onk of time ri been
turncil .tnil tlio re.tr 16S2 U lcforo tn, Look
inj; back over thu record of tlio pnat tuclvo
mnntlis we find it not unmarked with cvcnU
of imprest rcmcmlicrAticcn of joy mid norrow.
The galhcring nlnrnii of tlio latter inontliK of
the previous e.tr had been n.ifely tided over,
nnd 1SSI damned irniiliniiav; but cloiidt in
the hniio of n terrible epidemic soon nrosc
and veiled our little island kingdom in con
tiiiitoim gloom for fully half the yenr. When
these had paiied siway the sky grew cle.ir
and bright again, and remained unolMcured
until tlio last moment. The effect of thin tcm-
porary check on all kinda of busincMK win
"cvore Avliile it lated, but wan followed by a
!,...: ,.i..-i. ..1 1 ....! : r...
footing and which coiitinuci to the present
time. Many problems affecting the welfare of
the nation have not been n.ilihfnclorily solved,
though important steps luvo been taken to
that end, and new question have uracil that
call for thoughtful action in the future. If
the year jmt past haR not boon entirely xati--factory
in every particular, much experience
has been derived llitt should bo ofvulito for
future guidance. The openirg jcar bid fair
to be n marked one in the political history nf
Hawaii nci; and o trust that tlio hand of
Wisdom shall ever I e found on the helm o(
our little ship of Stale, to pilot her R.ifcly
away from tlio dangers of internal discord and
foreign jealousy into the smooth und open seas
of peace, progress and prosperity.
As wo stand to-day on the threshold of
another yoar, let us resolve to press onward
in union and harmony, stopping only to take a
retrospective view when it can be tluno with
profit. Let that which brings with it feelings
of pain be buried in the past, and that vliich
j is freighted with thoughts of joy and pleasure
be written on memory's page as lessons for
future use, for the past is valuable, cnly us n
guide-post to what lies bcynml ns.
Hoping that tlio noon and the sunset nf 1SS2
will be even brighter than its initial morning,
and that n auifold blessings will be showered
upon tl.e nation and people nlikc, we extend
to our friends, our patrons, our readers, and
to all others, in every condition of life, our
sinceresl wishes for a happy, happy New
A few vreeks since we ventured somo re
marks upon the prevention of disease, and no
ticed the modern tendency of medicil science
to inquire into the causes nf, and thu melius by
which to prevent disease, as contradistin
guished from the tendency of the past, which,
starting with the premises that disease was
inevitable, looked forward solely to tlio means
of cure. And we there iiiaianced some of the
surprising results of tlio riepartuiu t.ikcn finm
the views which governed but a few years
Among tho results referred to were men
tioned the almost total transformation that th
surgical treatment uf wounds had undergone;
1 ! and based UKn u common theory, some sur
. prising results as accomplished in the treat
ment of diseases not surgical, such xs tho pre
vention of splenic fever (iAfiiriiii'ii) by th
""! ' t of
1110 original uiaeasc, unit involving mu priuci
plu uK)ti which vaccination is preventive of
small-pox. Hut still tho bujy work of iuves.
ligation is going on in the suiiiu field of (lis
covery; and one by 0110 results nro prescuicsl
which cannot fail to earn tho gratitude uf man
kind. Mentioned iuthouildressof John Simon
I " " "- -.0. v...... .1..,..,,
p. K. 0. S. &e &c, delivered before tho III
, Icrnational Medical Congress, and quoted II
a recent number uf the JmuCcI, is a prohibition
to treat tubercle in nun by iiiouulatiini or
"vaccination" with a "cultivated" virus,
Kxtendcd bgpcrinicnts on animals havu estab
lished the fact that vaccination is kilLci'iaful
in preventing the disease. Under thu ceuvral
lUsigtutioii of Inbcrclo uru included, piilino
nary phthUis (couaiiiiipiioti), scrofular, ami
lupus (epethelial cancer) and the virus from
any ouu of thcio diseukus will infect wild gen
eral tubercular diaeaeo.
How many myriad of tho human family
insy et bebcueClted by such u ditcovcry it is
iinMssiblo lo till; but like iiiiII.kii, such
diteatcs may Ihj somo day confined to such
only as through ignorance or prrjudico persist
in their refusals to submit to vaccination.
And equally imjKusiblu would It bo to form an
estimate of the extent lo which the discovery
of vaccinias for tho prevention of other dis
eases equally fatal, may yet be carried.
Dr. Si'iuou says : " 1 venture to say tint In
tho records of human industry, it Would bo
impossible to point lo work uf mure promise
to lh world than the vatioiis contributions
lu the knowledge of disease, and of its cuie
ixl prevention; ami they are contributions
which from the nature of the case havo come,
aheasssjsssss. s. ...sTTTTOy. if i i ijrii.in,,. osTi.iii.iTTff.uhi s Vi HI 4JiaNa4aMei '
and could only have come, from tho perform
snee nf experiments on living animals " And
he mskes some grim comparisons between the
scientific and the popular form of experiment, j
the former confining ttsolf to the destruction
nf a few nf tho loner ntiimnls, and tho latter )
enlarging its field to the destruction of mint- I
bcrlcss human victims, llr instance tho ex
periments which have been made in p.istyrars,
in regard to tho nature nnd sources nf cholern
t'ontngion, and those still in process; nnd
more particularly tho popular experiment in
regnril to the commitnicabllity nf tubercular
disease from unimils to man by tho uso of
milk from diseased cows, lie s.ijs: "I
have every reason lo liolieve that l'mfessor
flcrlnch's experiments on the cniiitmiuic.ihility
of tubercle by means of milk are vory exten
sively parodied by commercial experiments on
the human subject. I learn, on what 1 believe
lo bo the highest authority in this country,
that tubercle (in different degrees) is n malady
which abounds among our cow j nnd tint so
long ns the cow continues to givo milk, no
particular scruple scums tn prevent n distribu
tion of that milk fur popular use. To the per
sons who consume that milk an important
question as to the cuiisabillly of tuberclu is
put in an experimental form. Whether thoy
Mill become infected with tubercle, is a ques
tion vliich (he individual consumers 1I11 not
stand forward to mis w or for themselves, like
the animals of the laboratory experiments ;
but Dr. Creighton's lately published book, en
titled ' llovinu Tuberculosis in Man,' and a
paper in uhich I am glad to say he brings un
der notice of our Section the very rcmarkablo
scries of facts on which ho grounds tint stnrt
ling title, seem to suggest n first installment of
answer In nccordaiico with I'rofcnsor Clerlach's
M0HE EXPOSURES OP CHRONICLE
Tho 5. F, Chronicle is turning its attention
to figures in support of its effort to prove that
the trade of theso Islands " is not worth
shucks to the United States," and purports to
make copious extracts from our Custom Housu
statistics for tho j ears the treaty has been in
vogue, but ns usual it willfully pel verts facts
nnd figures where they do nut suit their pur
pose, as originally published. The writer evi
dently takes the erroneous ground that every,
thing from thu U. S. is ditty free, mid every
thing pijiuj; duty is European, and therefore
our tables show plainly the preference of our
trade, the fallacy of which wo will show in
but a few of thu many cases heir issue of
December loth presents.
In the list of Dry Quods, Cottons & Woolens
wo find thu following urrois:
ISTT -Dutiable thould bo SUW.TTJ Instead of f21T.i6.-i.
lsTS - jn.J.aiJ jjai.twj.
HT " ' " s-Ml-MI " sijO.suy.
1NJ " " " s 1 ta.1i ID " jlK.tj.
We fail to seo what benefit the Chrmid ex
pects to make out of such erroneous showings.
In onicr to a well these figures as large ns pos
sible against us they havo included silks and
linens which are not 011 thu free list.
A glaring statement nf injustice, is the table
of Clock importations presented so as to show
bill a small portion of this trado being with
the United States, whercan the entire business
in this line of goods, with the exception of
but one or two invoices of French clocks, has
beun from our American neighbor, but of a
class that have paid a duty. This same
ground could be maintained with the table of
Guns and Ammunition, for the bulk of 011c
supplies havo been Irom Uncle Sam, especially
silica the decrease of tho Arctic traders. The
table of Machinery is also m.idu to show as
prominent a record at. possible against rcci
piocal relations, and forms the text of a subse
quent article, of the same boaring, but no men
tion, is made of the woll-kiiown fact, that in
the period under cotisiduiution two principals
of English firms havo been on the ground and
mado advantageous terms with planters and
others which might just as well havo been
secured to American firms had thoy exercised
the same enterprising spirit on similar terms.
And yet in spite of this special inducement by
these parlies referred to, we find that nut of a
total import value for Hardware, Agricultural
Implement, Tools and Machinery of i'lfli'l,
070.33 for tho past four yens, Sl,222,--S-'.5l
has been from the United States. We havo
only noticed a few of their figures. Thoy
have several tables as incorrect as tho above.
There is an important fact in connection
with this trade which, so far, has not been
touched upon, und when it is consiileiod, will
show that the United Slutes has not as but a
bargain us the villifying Cmmieh would havo
its readers believe; and that is, that at tho
time of our entering upon tho advantages of
thu Treaty, thuro were established English
mid Herman houses in this city, that fur the
most part were agencies of bono establish
ment, whoso main stock and supplies wcru
gathered from thence. Since 1877, another
house has been established with English con
nection, but no increase has taken place in
the American importing houses excepting
that of Mr. Sprcckcls ut Kahului, The gain
therefore lo tho trade of the U. S. has been to
thu exclusion of European in spite, of long es
tablished homo iulluenco und itioiiicd interest,
so that we can truly say she bus gained grom-d
agaitist gloat odds, and if it " docs not amount
tu shucks " in the estimation of tho Chiouiclt,
wo bear a closer relationship ill 11 political
sense to the Great Hepubliu than u few dollars
will affect, even when willfully perverted.
In the I'np.ss of lust Saturday, we had it
short editorial notice uf tho remarks concern
ing the Hawaiian Inlands in l'residunt Arthur's
message tu Congress. ThiJ is a matter of
vital importance lo us, mid merits further
mention. It is a uotu ol warning that ad
monishes us to bo 011 our guard. The Great
Republic is our neatest neighbor and has over
been Mir firuust ftluiid, and now conies a hint
that it "views with concern " the influx into
these Islands uf immigrants who may endan
ger the independence of the naljvo rnte. Wo
have already un wisely induced too many Chi
tici.0 tu aetlls amongst us, alii should any po
litical change which Is within the range of
possibility extern! lo them the elective fran
chise, who can foretell vt hat will bo the re
sult. It is to thu interest of the United States
and to ourselves that the independence of theso
Islands should bo maintained, and the natives
havo tight which all are bound tu respect.
Tu p'escrve our independence, it is necessary
o preserve as long as possible thu native race.
When they compriie only a minority of ilia
population, there will not bo the satuo indue),
uient that thuro is now to maintain the auton
omy of tho Island. As long a wo conduct
our affairs us we have in the pMt, thers) it not
the remotest shadow of anything lo fear en
dangering oar independence, la weakness is
strength If that weakness bo tempered with
good judgment. Hut if it is tint, it will lend
to ditsoluti m. When it is iiindnnpparent that
wo can not govern mtr own mixed population
and can not protect foreign intoresis here, and
then only, need wo begin to prepare for the
end. It 1, quires no prophet to tell what wil)
bo tho fute ol this (love rnmctit when that time,
arrives. It is a fnrrgono conclusion, nnd 110
ono can deny It, The V S. (lovornnient real
ises Ibis fact und will do nothing to speed thu
day. It Is contrary to their policy to extend
their territory by conquest, nnd wo havo noth
ing to fear nit that score. It will ho the In
competency of the Government that will bring
about thu end which not a few in our com
munity desiru to see.
Thinrfj Wieonnd Otherwise.
Wo publish to-day the Kltlt't editorial review of
our Ulbsoulsn article, to which ll makes an excel
Tltn way the papers issued by the U. S. It. sjicll
StTUsntr l'mcss Is "Tlin-other-forelRti-piiier
A terraced sldunnlkls tho latest departure. In
Honolulu, a sample of which may lie seen on the
niauka side of .Merchant street. This new stylo
places ttio lnni.osls in a position IneotiuMilcnt
An necldcnt to n dear old Indy occurred Inst
Hnttirdny night, qultu serious in Its nature, but
which mitilit hive lxcu much more so, 11 ml no
th inks to the .Superliiteiiilenl of Water Works, for
bis nrillect tnmiant orcorcr tip the excavations
that lind been left open tlio pist few weeks for
inn ion work around Hie lire-plugs along tlio streets
where the extension of water plies had been laid.
Is thonltlier, or tho (loterttiiient tho party liable
fur daiuages in such cases ?
Knt-ron Prrss ; If tho writer in tho I'rtrss of tlio
17th hist., on the above subject, lind studied with
out prejudice the lows held among our lendinu
scientists; of the rrcscnt day, including Darwin,
Hinder ami Hnckel, instead of copying arguments
mixed tip with reliejon, welcli limy ho rend In
Hindi Miller's " footprints of the Creator," lie will
undoubtedly find it hinder to (lersuade himself of
the absurdity of holding such viens.
Science has uIu.iyh had tulluht against advanced
views held by its so-called lulhoruiUi, and tho Oer
itiiui Professor cunfLesid that he hail written his
work in n " kind of inspiration." Who can sy
tho following view of feeiunl Selections us pro
pounded by Mr. Dnrwin is absurd :
"Thu males of many speciea of animals nro
known to engage in wry soviru contests for the
possion of the females, these latter yielding
thciust Ives to the victor, lu such contests certain
males will inevitably havo certain iidviitiliigrs over
the others, either in point of htieiiRtli or activity,
or in eon-eqiicneo of more offensive weapons.
'1 here will thireforu always ho 11 probability that
certain males will net iiossessioii of tho females in
in fenr.ee to others, nnd thus there will Iiu n ten.
deiicy in the individuals of many species of nni
inah to secure, a prmmnderanco of offspring from
thu strongest inaka. Thu reuli irltlis which en
able certain males to buicccti in thu contests will,
euttrte jKiriltu, bo traiikniitted to their male off
spring, unit this way Miiiutiuim may bo pcrpt-tu-!.
in if i -rd. ur iutcnsitled.
111 tlio precedl-ig cases the females nro believed
to be perleetly pissive, and selection is n 'natural'
one, ttio ihutl result deK-udiLg solely upon tho
natural advantages which curtain nialca possess
oer others in actual comb it. There nr other
cans in which thu soliction is utile V'xtial' ainco
its result is dotnrmined by Bisint'ineons preference
ami not by brute forco iduue. Among certain
species of animals, the females exurcisn a free
choice as to the ptrticulariuale with which they
will pair ; tho males being passive iigettts in tho
matter, t-xetpt in so far as each usis, or uny use,
his utmost exertions to stcuro the choico of
the females lo fall tiisiti hira. Tho circumstances
supposed to inlluence nnd ultimately determine
the choice of tho female are, of courseIn thu main
tho present attractions of some pirticul-ir nnle,
tho lomale being ciptivated by soino boanty uf
form, color, odor, or voicu ' which such uialo may
Ouotogy upholds men views, which nro very
sensible and nhllosop'iic, nnd it is h-trd to seo how
ltcligiou or History may affect such trnths when
theiipproxiniitennthpiitY of thu lowest nuolithio
age ii only 10,WX) jears, or hnin.tn period. Tho
neolithic race, as science, testilles, was Hhort in
stature, 5 feet B inches in maximum, and 4 feet 10
inches 111 minimum height, dark-h tired, black
eyed, orthognathic, oval face, cheok bones Hot
prominent, nnd long-headed,
The Astcrolopis is only larger in bulk than the
l'tvr.irrls Lndensis, which is the earlist known
fish, toe Cephalaspis, l'teraspis, and Anchenaspis,
being the ealiest tertobrnles, and the Port Jackson
Shark, as Acassiz tells ns, ranges throughout Ge
ology; but tho enormous Pterodactyl, half reptdo
ar.U half bird, must not bo forgotten ; and of late
years thu dlsanery of an ancient fo.ssil on the
St. Iitwruiioe, named Ltwrentiau Can-ulietie, and
resembling somewhat a moss, does not lail to givo
Geology a freHh tisk.
It is hnrd to know from the piper on cvolntion
what facts in science your corresjioiident seeks for.
Hoes he refute what bcience has already done for
us whin not in conjunction with his religion, and
uphold that the world is fi.OCO years old? If so,
psrhaps it were better for him to leavo science
nloiKi. for although t-ciencn is not diametrically
opt)sed in any way to icvelation, still it has its
undisputed points upon which it rests. Your cor
resisMidcnt asks who has seen a microscopic " mo
nad," nnd mentions thu'humo, which ho states is
still a horse Hi hands high, mid forgets that 011a
sjiecimen has been found in America in tho plio
cene, 'li teet high. If an animal or egetible sub
stance is soaked in hot or cold water for some time
and .exposed to the air for a period of tune, he will
notice with a microscope, a thick scum form on
thu surface, consisting of innumerable molecules
till they form short staff like ldamcuts called
llacteria and afterwards Vibrianes. After a vary
ing lime they biuooae motionless and disintegrate
into a tine molecular pellicle. Little spherical
liodies now apiear, each of which is provided with
avibratilii cihnm with which it moves actively
along. Various experiments can bo produced and
tho little organisms can withstand a temperature
of tloti" and liie. Spontaneous generation has
however always been treated very guirdcdly by
In studying natural sclenco it is better no doubt
to leave nlonu religions aspirations and ho-H and
remember that thu Order "o. 11 llimana belongs
to thu family Mammalia, and that tho sympathies,
sentiments, feelings, internal consciousness, and
mind, und tho habitudes of mint! and action
thetico resulting, are the real aud essential charac
teristics of humanity. Q.
From tht Sydney Dally TtltgrnjiA, ivne IB, IN").
The U'attlilni Watch Compiny have been awanleilthe
only -old ineitil given for Hilclie st tho hjdriey Inter
nilloml Kxhlbltlnn, sml are the only exhibitors In any
rlais fioiu the United Mates who have received tlllt
I Hols Ajcnt for the Ilan-ltan Islands
Just nrrMril per
" SIR, LANCELOT."
A HMAI.L LOT IN JUAI:T3, AM) PINTS.
Royal St. Marceaux,
t tf Yut File At
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FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
I'rlcci tht same ai I'lrit-Olatt Ilotolt lu Sin Fiinclien.
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s AHHunmr.HT ur mijecm fwum a i.a
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lloutellne. Marllue, Ilounulnc, Ac
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thlt line In be found In the city
Hollistor 6. Co.
Acenti for the
Celebrated ',J, C. Ayor's CCo's Medicines.
Hollistcr & Co.
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES,
KrsRrant Vnnltv Kslr
Drswlntr Itoom, nnd
Lorillard's PhtR and Fine Cut Tobacco's.
Hollistcr & Oo.
Humphrey's Homcojinthlc Mcdlclno Co'b
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MATIIlt I'AITOItT III'
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la STILL IN KXISTKNOn.
Wo hnvo the Most Complclo Ma
vliiucry, to be found West of the Itocty .Mountain, wlh all of
the latest Improvement! that are lu utc at the Knit
For making" a pure article.
All water nteil In our Taclory It l'lLTIMtKI). More
over, AC will not be undersold. b&!
rfsiir. i.tiiiii.M'sriicK ami .sio.st com.
JL PLKTK AS.SOHT.MKNT.
THE l'HINCIl'AL l'AUT OV
OUR STOCK IS OBTAINED
From First Handy,
Knnhlln? Us to Sell at YKKY LOY Flgiirc.
Wo kocp none but the best.
Pb.71icio.ns Proscriptions cnrrfnllj- com
poumlcil by n exportation! Phatiunclst nt
any hour of tho duy or iii(;ht, nt
S8 HOLLISTER k CO.'S.
t? I'l'ltll.lli: '! If ! Till: II.St.tllA.V
t Island.. In I'robate. In the Estate of AI(Alt
M. IJECKWITII, late of Honolulu, deceased, Inlestntc.
itcfiiro Chief .Iii.tlctidiidd.
On rcmlln nnd nilnz the petition of Ednard O. 1)1
nion.ot Honolulu iilli-xlng that harah Jl. Iloikilli nf
Honolulu died Intestate ul Honolulu, on tin 2ilh day
nf June A. 11. 11571). nnd prayliij that letters ofAdmln
tstratlun issue to him the said Eitudrd C Irumnu.
It Is ordered thnt Tuesday thu I7lli day of January A.
1). lSisi be and hereby is nppuluHd 'for hearlnc said
peiltlon before the sjld Juttce, In Hie Court room of
this Court, ut Honolulu, ntMliIch time and pli.ee nil
persons concerned may nppi-ar and sIium-cause. If any
they line, why said pell ttun should not be granted, and
hut this older be published in Hie English lin:ua:i
fur three successive weeks In the " r-uiurday l're.s,"
newspaper lu llnuolnlii.
Dated Honolulu. II. I.. Ore 00th. A. I). IbSl.
Justice of the Supreme Conrt.
Attest! Jmi. E. ltillKlllu. Clerk. "II 3t
si'iMiiim: 'oiiiit or Tin: iiawaii.s.v
s ILANIIS. In 1'rob.itc In the matter of the estate
of WILLIAM HALL, late of lliinnlulii deceased, at
Chambers, before Chief Justice Judd.
Ou rending uud tiling the petition and account, nf
Edward Pre-ton, AdmlnTstratnrof the eslnte of Kduard
llll, late of 'Honolulu deceased, nlicrelu he asks to be
aliimrd $1,121 HI, nnd chnrsrs himself with 3I.U18IU,
nnd asks Hint the same may bo examined and approved,
and that n llnal order may be made of the distribution
of the property remaining lu his hands to the persona
thereto entitled, anddlscharclng him nnd hiseuretk-a
from all further responsibility as such.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the lTlh day nf Jinnary,
A. U. 1632, at 10 o'clock A !., berore the said Justice, nt
Chambers, in tho Court House, at Honolulu, be and the
same Is hereby appointed as the limn und plucc for
hearing said petition and accounts, and that all pcrnons
lnleretled may then and there appearand show cause,
If any they hate, why the same should not bo granted,
and may pre-cnt evidence ns to who arc entitled to tho
said property. And this order. In thu English nnd
llanjlliu language, be published In thu "Xupepa
Ktiokna' and Saturday Press." newspapers printed
and publlr hid in Honolulu, for three successive weeks
previous to thu time therein appointed for said hearing.
iiaica at uouoiuiu, 11. 1.. tuts lain nay 01 ueceuiDer,
A. I). 1SS1
A. r ua.vuui .1 iuu,
Chief Justice Supreme Conit.
Deputy Clerk hnpreme Court.
Si iMtiMic :iuii:t oi'-iiii: ihwaim.v
I-lands, In Probate, In the matter of the tluanllan
ship of me minor children nf C1IAS. AI'IAM I.U.MI,
late of Hotudulil. deceased. Order to show ratisu nv
appllrallun of Guardian for order uf sale of Heal Estate.
On reading and Sling tno petition of Kn-derlc Augus
tus r-chu-fcr. the Ouiirdlan of the pruperty of the minor
children of Chns. Apiiinl Long, deceased, praying tnran
order ot sale of certain real erUttrsliuuted on LllfhaM.,
Ilouolnlu, belonging 10 liU said wards, and selling
forth certain legal rcasuua why such real estate should
be sold 1
It Is hereby ordrnd, that tho next .if Lin of Ihe said
ward, nnd all prisons Interested lu tho said estate,
appear before this Court O.N SATUliDAY, the 11th day
of.lASUAltY. A. 1). ISo-. ut ID o'clock a. in. at the
Court ltooin uf this Court, In Honolulu, Hun and I here
to show cause why an order should nut bo g(uulcd fur
the sale of such t stale;
And It Is furlhi r ordered, that a copy of this order be
published nt leitt three siiccesslvo weeks hv'fore tho
ssldday of heirlnr, lu tho I'uassand Kuokoa newspa
pers publlihed In tuld Ilunnlulu.
Dated Honolulu, 11. I., 1). e mbrr Md, IES1.
Chief JuXUn of the Siiprcuie Court.
Xttelt I A. HOSA. l)eillly Ulcik tH8t
St it.d-iii: cm itr tii- run iiasvahav
ISLANDS. InVmbato InlheEtatof SIETIIU
SELAII K. MAHUK.V, of Honolulu, deceased, lutes
tale. Iltfore thu Chief .liisllce.
On reading and Itllitg Iho peiltlon of Simon K. Knal,
or llDimlnlu, lland or Oahu, illeglng that Mrlhuictnh
K, Mihuka, of said IPmolulu, died lute. late at said
Honolulu, on Ihe 11 day of December, A. II, 18S1. and
praying that letters of Adminittrnllon issue lo him.
lilt ordered that TUESDAY Iho 10th diy otJAN
UAIIY, A. II. 1MJ. be and hereby It appointed for
hearing said petition before tho tjld Justice, In the
Conit room of ibis Cnurl, at Honolulu, at which time
and pi ire all persons cuticerui-d may appear and show
cause. If any th-y have, why said petition should not bu
granted, and that this order be published lu li.c liana.
Hun and Uugllsli Uugimra for three tuccestlvo weeks
In the "Kuokoa and "Aalurday I'rcts" uowtpipera In
Dated liounluln, li. I., December 2Jd. A, l. 1MI.
Attetlt A. Itoai. Chief Juttico bupremo Conrt.
bj 3t Deputy Cleik
XsiTllRfTIT AT Tin: II ATK ' 1 pr ft
per month will bu added after the 1st of January, 1SSS,
tu out staudln,-; accounts U moulhs and over.
6rt hSI at A.M. MIH.I.IH. lUIKortKt.
-fVYHITIIKIt TIIK CAITAIN NOIt
L Owners of thl lliltlsh bark "Mr Ijincelot," will
b respoiislble. for any debla contrarlid by Ihe Crew
whlleln IhU l'ort. (I. W. MAUr'Altl.ANE A. CO,
LOOK AT THIS
W1111 r. M'it riui:M tiihh.iiiiIt
the varlout Iilsmls arocontemplallnB what pros,
entt would mutt sutuble. for the coming ullda),
they must riot turret that
Vickery's Fireside Visitor
would mike nnn nf th Most Acreeahls lloutehold Ap
preclallons that could bo d sired tu luaku the Homo
I' In te ore ol Cuecrfuliicn,
This Boautlful Pictorial Monthly
Inli-rinlnzlrd wllh Mntt Excellent and Intlruc
live Ulcrstore together wllh thsl'icml-
Two Large Elegant Oil Paintings,
OS l'LATU I'Al'EH,
WHICH ARE CIUN TO E1CH SU3SCIIIIM WITH THE FMTS
are well worth ttvo times th cost of aubtcrlptton. No
Plctuiul uu lu ltliuat has u wldsr lepuitlluu, ami ou
Chromus ever odrd to th p'ltllc aro wpiil lu Ihisy.
Nun It Ihe ilmolorour Islaud fiuudilusvudlu their
Ontrrs. ahd for our llouolulb fdtuda tu (all su4 sc
tb 1-jptr and t'reuluus.
XT KACM HlliStsllBI.lt, rK tl.U. -C'KIVKM
A fAPKM I 1MB, A Nit A NT
Of THE Ms.i'AITI!ii. which are H.lut,!. to
Adorn snjr fsrlof, with tit Hut Number yf the .
CilIurAddrett, v J. K. WltBMAN. '
V, a. Is'JX 3U. UMcc, -ft Merchant lit-, Honolulu.
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Would Call Attontlon to Their
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Halt's Furrow Plow.
mRH Eg Miri" '
PLOWS, 20 DIFFERENT SIZES
Halt's Steel Plows, rntttnir rrom Molt Inf best Hill's 11 nnd 15 Inch llreakers, II Inch Knla Qncem,
(nl-soll Plows. Hall's Furrow Plows. Side Hill plows, It), i;aml II Inches
111 Inch Sulky Plows, midi- specially for llnni.ikni I'lnntntloni; No. ll llnck Kyc Mowers,
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IX A CIIIKAT VAIIIKIT OK MOMT IlKAUTlKtJI. DKHIONH;
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And havlni; over IS.noiill,,. of Ilublnick's White I.eid and Zinc of IllirerentOnilllles. be.ldes a Kull I.lne of all
Drv Paints wauled, and over '-11M Gallons of Hubburk's IllJtl' I AMI Hull. 1. 1) I.I N 11 Ml llluerin S-ll
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Ac. ,tc. but vu will not iittempl to enunirrnte any innrrnf 1I10 thousand and one articles that wo keep, as It
would cover more th in 11 whole pnpcnf the Pasts. Wo cordially Invite our friends and customer, tncall and ex
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Will leave for tho above port on Tuo:day
next, January 3d, 1881.
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't JUNKH, Matter,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Krelcht or passage, apply to
08 r A.i-OIlAEI'En A Co.. Acentt,
The Fine A. 1 Clipper Bark
" telfit JLANCKLOT,"
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For frelcht or pierage, apply to
G7 8-vJ It (3. W. JtACKAItLAXE CO.. Arjentt.
tit-smer Mkcllke mil learn Honolulu each Tuttday
at 4 l.li., tuuchliic at Lihaina, Slaalaea lsy, Slakeua,
Mahukoua, Kanalhae, LaKpahoi hoe and Illlo,
ltrinmlni; will touch at all the above porta, arriving
at Honolulu each bunday A, x.
or Ha t'rrillt ror rens;e Hour)-. -n
We potltlvcly refute to open accounts for Passages,
and ue parllcularly call tho atlemlon of Iho travillni:
public to the necessity of liming llaggu;o and rrel"ht
iilalnly marked; tho SUsuur will not be resonslhle
for any uiimarkid llaggaKO, or for l'rclitht or Parcels,
unless llfceiplril mr.
Fralght Hoatj Duo on Dmnd.
In alt cat's of freight for patllra not retoontlble, or
unknown, Ihu Height money will be reiiulredlnadvam
1A11UAJIM ul I.KtU"" MI.NK Mlts
Mil HI.AI.11.V MAllKKII
For Iho parly whom they are for, or plainly ttated In the
receipt to wiinin Ihey an ronslgiied.
All dcmuiidi for duinute or loss mutt be mado within
In no way liable for loss nr accident In live ttnek.
iif Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on hnaiu. the Hli amer uu arrival, until after Ihe
p,eger. fc. bcu, landed. &
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
TIIK Hl'LEMlin IITtlAIIHMIS
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Jan. 16.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK rsI'LKMMII !Tt:AMNIIII
CITY OP SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Jau. 15tb,
ror rre!f hi sad fsuatt, apply tu
73 In. II. IIA'JKreMl (O., AltuU.
Uxxlt lar Nhliii(ul tr Nlcnitivr " umm
k Mlarrsl, Ires, ul I'hsrif, In Hi rir.rl
WarsiliiMisr near lltd lrwtwf vAsmrf.
BOSTON LIHLOF PACKETS
tmr THK Wlsl. BK
1t9V dltpatched frota Dastou for Honolulu on or
Vk Is Uy of HoTssmWr mU
rcrsoiia vtlshlnir tu order cd "hipped by Ihlsvesltl
thould suit urdc-ra ou or befor beplsuiber Kith, ror
lurth. p.,..(Ui. spUr " Q.uEWBKCU.
OJ,UMHIA 11IVEH MAI.MOX, IN
MllUt s iisuMirtsis. w saw w
rfsT rB "swss '
Block, Fort St.
and wo Cordinlly Invito tlio Public of
Honolulu tn Call nntl Kxittn-
THE 8. F. BULLETIN
-pKESKNTH 1TB CLAIMS TO THE
.L I'KOl'LK OF THUMB ISLANDS AH
The Leading I'apor of tho Paelle
and at a Ktnillj- Taper, Htandt Unrirallrd.-Mr. WILL
OAlltOX, Hprclal Correspondent and Hiibtcrlptlns
Aitcni fnr lha Hawaiian Itlaiidt.
iW Addirss cum or TlloH. 0. TIIHUM, Honolulu.
T'HK UNi:i8IGNEJ HAVING
JL birn appnlnlidUiiaidlan of Ilia prr sou and prnprr
l of Lllla Kanuha. daiifhtrr nf the Isle II. Kanaka, by
lliss Hon. A f, Judd, nnllc Is hrrrb cittn tn sit
Indeblrd lo Iho K.lalo nf thu tald Kanulis lo rnaks
Iniliinllslo isvnirlil, and snjr x rrons huslli; demands
on the tald r.staln will present Ihrui with tht proper
tuuthru lo Hit undrrslanrd.
JOHN M. KKALOIIA.auaidlan
uf lha pertnn and properly uf I. Ilia Kanuha. feS-31
Engine For Sale
1 NEW iiO.IIOHSE l'O.t'EU KX-
1 OINK, In pcrttct order,
Yot bale br
J. liKEtVKK A CO.
i!nlk, s.l broken la hsrnree, een tlut ld.
t.ni Euuull. uf W. MAUNIN.
0ALIF0UMA LIME !
. u..k..u..uiiKA. rj. 4 Co
AH It E MOVED HIM OrPICK
from Vt. Moowiasn uiui'inre,asrriuis)H,
s rrsldruce, so, Us turstr ol Kukut aae Ifeti
tirorKiCK HOUatBt tolls.ss;to4p. .