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1Y 1- P. ADAMS.
Great Sale !
IH.M by order eflh Trnstcc of Hie hunt
lilts F.sisie I will etTrr f" Ml' ' ,
lm- n. si.cll.in,lne follonlne.
Mn&nificcnt List of Lnnds in nil
pnrts of the Kingdom,
Comprising Pasture, Timber, Rice
find Knlo Lnnds, Sen nnd
and Inctn.llnr parrels nf ever) s t. sultab.e.not only
for purchase by the large capitalist but by
Ihos of niodciate means
11 he Ahupuaa of Kcnou,
sltusle In Tun Island of Ilawsll with '" " '
MalyTitllrTlimisisnil run Hllllilrnl Mini
Title, AwsrdMM 11. part ' "'' 1'stent TWt. to
William I I.unallM
This l a diirsble pmpetiv the tnalal portion bslnr.
fine crtlnj Isnd. and the upper pail covered tilth valu;
2 The Ahupuaa of Ka
hanalca, Pons. Hawaii, nlth n area of
inmlj ls. 'rimtiftiitiit I our I tn nil red nint
Tn nily .crrn, iimrrnr let.
Tltl. A-isidlW II., rrl tl, In VUlltsm C I.nnalllo.
Tbe maVvl portion Is crating Isnd, smt the upper part
eoiered with timber.
3 The Ahupuaa of Keahi
alaka, sltnatc In Tuna, llanall. nlth an area of
1'sarlvr lliimlrril nml Nov cnly -sl Arret,
tursir ur lu.
Title, AnlS.V9 II., part l.".,to William C l.nnallln
The mil,l portion la Uratln: I.nnd, nlth I'ocotntt
Tree near the seas upper part Timber.
4 The Ahupuaa of Hono
lua. sitnated it Ktanapnll, Vant. with an area of
TUne Ihoiisniul l.lelil lliimlrril unit Matty
more or lees.
Title, award SK9 tl., patl SI to William C. Lonalllo.
OikkI crailtii: land.
5 The Ahupuaa of Kaapa
hu, Itnated In Klpthnln. Maul, with an area of
Our Tlinusitiiil I'unr lliimlrril nml Klglityr
Title, arrant SK9, 11., part 19. to William O I.nnalllo.
Thl Wind l somewhat cc.t np by culchcp, but la rich
and suitable for raising and fattening Hoc
6 The lliaina of Puako,
situated In Walmea, Hawaii, with an area of
Net!! nnd Oii-.nlr Aerei
Title, award KM. II., parts, to William C. Lnoalllo.
The chief products of tlile land la alt.
7 The lliaina of Kapahulu.
tttnated at WalVlVt, Oahu, wlih an area of
Tun TtioitsMiisl Tllrrc Illliulml Forty One
Title. Award S.V3, II., part 31 to William U. I.nnalllo
The land la mostly pasture, has a valuable tea fi.hery
and Includes within lis boundaries the world-renowned
crater uf Ulmond Head.
8 The land of Kaea
a lele of K..ahtin, ettnatcd at lhc htid of I'tlolo Val
ley and with an arta of
Otr llumtml nmi Trn nnd it llnlf Acre.
Thli If moi-Uy forevt land.
9 The lliaina of Pau,
ltnattd In WalMkl, Oahn, ulth an area of
Tunny. I'unr 37 100.
Title, swardSli3.il., I art -1), to William 0. Lonalllo.
This land Includes Manlenit rasture. like land and
10 Land of Kaihikapu and
situated at WaUlM, a leie of l'au, nlth an Area ef
1 nnr OtMOO Acres.
lllce or Kalo land.
I I Loko Opukaala,
tltnjlert at WalklVI. a lele of l'au, lib an Area of
sine O.VIOO Arm.
This la a deep fresh water fish pond.
12-A lele of Pau.
allotted on both aides of the Hanoi r iream In Walklkt
with an Arrant
Ossr fl-100 Aerra.
Of which 1 1-lOactes Is superior Dice or Kalo land
and 35-100 acres Kula land above the level of the Auwal.
Two Kalo patches 81 feet apart belnr a lele of Pau
situated at WalUU with an ajrecate Area of
First clsis nice or Kalo land.
14 The land of Kaahaloa
nui, a lele of l'au. situated In Manoa, Oahn, with an Area of
l.lelil IKMirO Acrr.
Superior itlceand Kalo land.
15 The lliaina of Kamoku,
situated at WalklU waena, with an Area cf
buperlor Itice and halo land.
Title award r3M, U., rsrt , to William C. Lunallla
Tonr Kalo patchea In Apana 1 of Award 1413 Ilojal
atent -WIT to Anre, the rlfth Kalo palch of thl Apana
the mania ono belnj reserurd, situated III Waiklk.1,
with an areauf abont
et.lOO rnn Acre.
rtshpond at Kawela,lliiokal,wlth an area of ataut
Tt nly -I'lTe Aries.
Tlilcrartot AJ.a.tX3,U.,paita, to William O
This l a Natural Lake, fed by sprlnrs, separated
from the sea by miljr a rind bank, and Is within four or
Use miles of Knunakakal, here the Lehua touches errrj
week; It makes one of the nuest filberlet In the King
dom. Itlsalsotha resott of crral numbers of Wild
Hack, of etseral tailelles. excellent coier for shooting
beln; sdordi-d bjr the dense bulrushes which fringe the
I'lirlher Information, If desired, In regard to the abose
prop;tir. Mill b allorslril ti n; one by r II, DOLK,
one of the Trusttrs of the Lunslllo Estate,
lia K . AlliMM, Asscfr.
.No. 7C ml 75 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient
331 1.TX VTt XtS,
8ed Water and other Ict4 DrialB
MeaU gervtd in Firit-ClaM Style
AT ALL MWl'aMs.
IIENKTJ.11AHT. B7B 9 KU.IBA.HAUT
EXT1A MEIS BEXFI
1M lUKCU. WsirsanU a mm rssrs.
ir rK aik
Ilr K. I. ADAMS.
UNDERWRITER'S SALE !
SA'rrHDAV, : : DKCOIIKH !lll,
at It a m at Sslrs llim. lllhr aold,
For Account ofultoiii II iniiyroiirorii
thn FoIIohIih; (JoihIs, li:
WWC, THIRTY-TWO CASES LYCHEES,
WVI' 01 asee Chinese Msrarnnl.
WWl 9lllaketnl I uMiigr.
iu , in Holt s in ti rtiick,
WWl 3 Ihim i H:a;s
Also, nn Asst. Frosh Crocorloa,
A LINK IN
1)KV (;0()lS. Including lllnnkpl.s,
K. ! AtlAMM, Ancl'r
ON WEDNESDAY, Jan. 4,
at Ida m at Jles Ilnom. by Order of H.
MAUNIN will bo sold.
On n Liberal C rod It to tho Trndo
ENTIRE STOCK OF CHOICE NEW GOODS
belotiglng In Mr. Majnln. nnd cnnslllnc of
(Jontlr-uit'ii'.s I'urnlslilng (Jooils I
(neslmire t'nil. rantand Vi-sl.
1 Inr While Nlilri. Mraw' ( allri Shirt.
Kaury rinnnel Shlrls, I'iml. and hne, lllinl.el",
!!''"". '"l. OIihi-s, llo.lrry. Walir.pnmf t'lolhs
I rencli Mrrlno iim rnlmrir, ('atrlmerrs,
nine nnd lliil Klaimel, Wmil Dress (lowls.
I.lnen and Collmi Mierllngs,
SILKS AND SATINS, Etc.
-Ti:itMS AT SAM!.
j:. P AtiAMM, Aucfr.
ON FRIDAY, January 6th,
Al 10 A. .11., nt Mnlr Hihiiis,
For whom (tinny Concern, HI
BalcB Rico Bngs, Damaged, ex Sir
i:.l". ADAMS. Ancfr.
CREDIT SALE !
BY ORDER OF G. W. MACFARUNE & CO.
To Close Consignments,
ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. I!
at lO.i. m, at baleItuom, cousUtlnznf
DRY IJOOB, isivarietj
I.lnen and Cotton bhet tine nnd Drills, Napkins,
Linen Handkerchief, Tablo Linen, Italians,
Thread mid Pilhm- Linen, lire tlnods, Luce,
Insertion. lte.intlful Aart of CaslniereH ,t Tweed,
IIHnki't. In variety; Woolen Milrl" A Tablo Cords,
A ?lciiilid Artt. ul Axmlnsler, llrniscls A. Veliet
Cstr2?ts k&3 Rugs
of New and Klrgant DcrUns, Inelndlng;
Stair &, Border Carpets
A btnalt lnolco of llcautlful Heavy Brocaded
Silk Curtains and Drapery,
to use lu jilaie of Folding Dcwra, Something
A I.AItGi: AbSOUTJIEST OF
CROCKERY & EARTHENWARE
AND A SMALL LOT OF
3T"xio Glnss'craro !
SUGAR A(JS, COAL M.U,S,
Tnln. Knisllsh Illnc Mottled and Ilrovin Soap.
l.alv. lluckrls, Knvllth make;
lllack and Knanu Ud a.ineu Tans,
lllck.nilllij' Am II. and Vices,
Druni. of Hulled nnd llaiv Linseed Oil,
Heft White Load. Zlnr. lllack raint and Red Lead,
llest Annealed Fence Wire, No. A, :and b; A.c.,ic.
WINES, LIQUORS, ALE AND STCUT,
K. I', AIJIS. Anc'tr.
TRUST BBi'S SAL.E
EMPIRE HOUSE SSTOCK
lly Order ( f W. U OnEEN. Esq.. Trustee for
Estate of J, BOOTH,
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.
On the Premise Nuuanu Street,
WILL BE SOLD AT I'UBLIO AUCTION,
Stock of Liquors and Fixtures
In Saloon tif Ilniplrc House, Consist
in (, In I'urt or
BOURBON WHISKY, GIN, PORT WINE.
I.lsrel, Hum. Irish Wlilsk. Hock Wine, Brand)-,
Alu and 1'iirtir, Hogsheads Draught Ale. rijrup,
ALSO, IN BOND, 4 HOGSHEADS GIN,
3iir. tla.ks Wl.l.ky, 1 Cask Item,
1 Casks then Whisky. I Cask Drimlr,
5 Lasua lliandjr, li Cases Llun Urand.
1 UAS0L1NE MACHINE X 1'IVEN,
Chandeliers, LooklnB Glasses, 1 1'lnnn Fr.rle.
t-ltro, Tabus, Wriluj I'Jper, llajairllo Table.
1'lcUiri.. Wine masses, liobfets, Tumtileis,
Fcathir Dusters, W4lir Uller, Cano beat Lhalrs, Ac i
i:. I. A DAMN, Anrt'r,
BY VlHTlTi: OV AX 01lKU
made liy th llonoNblo A. Francis Judd. Chief
J u. lice, of the !urciui Court, slulnx as a Court of
I'robalr. dalid Dec filli. Itol. and br vrdtr of Robert II.
Maker ami John T. Hahvr, Adtiilnlstralnrs of tho estate
olllK.MlY A.KAMANl'. ili-ceased. Ihe undrslrned
will stll at I'ubllc Auction on MONDAY the iilh dajr of
JANUARY next al 1J u'clock M . at his sales room on
Oueen Mitel, all that fltceotland situated at Kails,
VUlklkl. Island of Oaliu. on lh luakal" side of Kluj
Mlrrel andoulhu Walklklof Majur MiKhoiina' hrem
Ises, beluc I'sit of Hie jiri'mlie discilbrd In Itoral
1'atent UaUKulesuaa! tu J Kanrone no Loeau, tho
ismu beina: mi-it fully dtscilUil lu Deed of couierttice
from Opnnul(k.)lo llrqrjr A. kshanii, dated thq illst
day of llcL, A I. IcTJ, and irconleU lu lha lUwallak
Itilstry ol Deeds. Liber to, f;Jaiui IW. ConUlu.
luit an area of "J !-U aires.
lutds at tot exptnsn uf tbt purchaser.
iel d t. P ADAMS, Auct'r.
Mortgagee Notice of Sale.
RV VIRTUE OF A POWER OF
hale ainlsliierf In i!J ehtl uioitcag rises
br Jesse M.'rhomiison and Wilson r JoHusinua to I lie
Katallau Atrleullural Cororsnr. dated Feb Itih. WI.
tbt underslencil vises imllct lLat It Inleuds Id fon-cln.s
said rouilrsse for rondltlons broken tlsi nonpsriurol
of Ihe debt secured Ibeitbr. aud III sell at .ubl(c luo
llou at 111. .le. loom of I. IV Adams, at llonolnla. on
Mtuidar lbs Tib dajr nf Januai), A.Ik W, a IS
o'clock M. all Iht Roods, ebaliels and rff'ctt named la
saldinofiiayellii ilntuf Klt.aUM WlrtTrauiwaj.
lue.ther Willi all ture and anwituancet and also a
lolof sslre. rit. iH.sts.castlnx. Ac. no on Ibo 1,0m
pier' orrmlses at I'ahala. kau. Hawaii,
HonoluU.Dcc.tlb, lonl. W M
Opinion of Oiei AUnntojr (snnnrnl on the)
Liiua of Jllrotlnu.
Itoi'iiui', Dec Ulli.lfSI.
Tn Ills lltrellenes
II A. I Cantitn,
Minister of the Interior.
In fenlr to jonf lnr)nlrjr a In the runner and fllllnp;,
In accordance tilth Ihe law, the erotni tnllni! place,
designated In anj election dlstilft I hate Ihe honor Io
That nnlr In Ihesr election districts where there Is
m.irMh.m one District Jmlje or Ti Aspnr or ."ehoel
Nnperlnlendenl. ran a sreond bond uf Inspectors lie
Sertlnnfl. of Ihe Laws of l. p. Id. ileiljnalcs Ihe
Tollce or District Justice, the Tat Collector and the
Ta Assessor, or In llielr ahence, agents appointed by
them, Io be the Inspectors of elecllon.
Section "W of the Cltll 1'o.te. presides that Ihe Min
ister of the Interior in ijr appoint more than one rotlnc
plsre In each dlstilcLand shatldrslKnale the Inspectors
of elecllon from among "the Justlcrs.' Tar t'olleclors,
ami .School MiiperlnleiHleiils" In Ihe district. Thedlfil
cult r arises when there Is biit nnejndi;e and one tni
rnllertnr In Ihe district. Thej ate made br the law o'
IKS Ihe Inspectors of the first rollnu place If there
should happen Io be more than one nf these ufllcers,
together nlth a hehool Miiperlntriidrnl there Is noitlill
cult; In dentins the teciiid board of Inspectors.
Hut It appears, that lu soreral districts such nrflcrrs
cannot be round. In such a rse, mj nilnlon Is Hint jnu
cannot lejillycre.ile a board of Inspectors for a second
The Inspsclnrs for Ihe first otlne place mss appnlrt
arrnts Intake their places, during their atnence, Lot
the absence contemplated by Iiw Is one which maybe
due u sickness or unnioldable drlsnllnn, They are
under obligation to nils list at Ihe anting place. The
Minister of the Inlerln- cannot appoint the sime per
sous In act In two wldel) separnlnl jilnceis at the same
time, nor can Inspeilnrs appolntidhy law to tecelse
totes althe ttrst votlnK place, abandun It and rrcelsc
the totes at the second
The law ileelcnati s the Inspectors for the trst voting
place, and the Minister has no control user Ihrni. It,
therefore, there are not Justices, Tax Collee tors, ami
MchnnlHiip-rlnlendrnts In the district. nlile from thue
already holdluf ofllees as Inspeilnrs, from whom a sei
ond bmrd can be crested, It Is my opinion thsl the scr
um! board cannot br lcf-stly constituted. It It were,
and the Inspectors were permits not autliorlred by law
in art, the totes cast nt such a place would be lllsjnl,
and If Ite election weie contested, uoiild probably be
relrctM hy the Courts.
II appears that, heretofore. It has bem the custom to
deelguuten second sotlnc place, and appoint persons
who were not qualified u lun, to bo the Inspector'.
No doubt 11 has been a matter nf crest convenience tn
the voters to do so, suit the failure tn designate such a
place nlll nut lliem In Rie.it Inconvenience. Ilut, after
csi-tul conslderallnn, 1 am convinced that such a prac
lie I illt'sl, and mlcht InvulnUti- the election of can
dldstes for the I.ejlsuiuie. 'Ihe attention of Ihe next
Leclslntnre will be called tn this defect In the law re
I hive tho honor tn be. Your obedient sertant,
6!tMI W. .N. AltMSTROMs, Attnrney-'lenrral.
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Licenses Expiring in January, 1882.
I Wm Fennell. Kin; t, llonolnln
1 Whllii')' lloti-rioii, Merchant st,
a 1) K M.nu. K'ullhl.
3 l.uin Wal Kee, Niiuanti st, "
3 Sum wlcln. Hotel st, '
I Kwon- 1 1 Mil.: A; Co, "uiunu st,
r. Hop III i jr. Ileretanla st. '
r haul Wi. O ions A- Ci. lintel st, "
G Chine t n t Co, .NUU.1UU st, "
ti Tlbbctt. .t: Soienon, Ulakohen.
8 I.eivers X U loke, Kurt si, "
10 Honolulu iruu Works Co, UhVubco, "
10 Ah Tetk. Nuuanu st, '
U Laio Plsnutam Cnni'y, Iilc, Koolaiiloa
16 Woiiy Par'.-Niluiiini st, llonolulu
IH He Akol, Maiiiukcj t
Jl Win Levy, klic ft, Klnj; st, "
Jil Ahuna A Akauu, K.ulaeo, Koolaupoko
-: TJ Mossman, .Nuuanu .-t, lluuolulu
'i T.I Mossmaii. cor Ktn and Xnuann Sta,
SI Concliro A Atmus, .Sniiaiiii SI,
ill hins Chon ,c Co. Hotel M.
M Hup IIIul'. cor Nuuanu and nentar.la St, "
SI Manuel de (uadras, Klnj; St, "
a Ance, KliiBhl, "
S Wo Hop Kee. Hanapcpe,
111 Hoii Llin'j, KUauia,
Lil tl r rliikliaiii, Koloa,
'.V Alolau, Kapua, Kuwalliau.
It KrAII. -HAWAII.
il hheu Fook Kie A Co, Keln. Kan,
T T0112 Wo, Makapulu, N Kouala,
b TucI One A Co, Makaiala, N Kohala,
19 llntlln. I'ltnahoa. llllo.
1'J W II Holmes, Walplo, llamakua,
I Heurs Annllae, llnnokaa, llamakua,
.'t Hal II0111: A T.iutf Won.'. IIikiI iwa, llamakua,
t C .Mclurtku, Walohlnu, Kau.
1 K Ilalthelor. Walluku,
a .lu. W tilrvin, Walluku,
ID Akiu, Makawao,
U I. ALana, Haiku,
13 W.iu.- AIju, Kokomo, Makawao,
1 Ah Cheung, llui.nilim, L.ilislua,
IT llonx llun; hue, Walluku.
1 Apan, Koloa, Knnal,
3 aun Al, IIjmaku.ipuko, Maul,
t Afo, Lahalua. Maul,
3 Loo Kau, llalawa, N Kohula,
HI Atal, Hotel M, Honolulu,
14 Fuck Tsl, .Nuuanu M, Honolulu,
HI Kim; Lun;. Kllauea. Kau il,
it Allen t Macttpole. Kawalhae, Hawaii,
:1 Akoiia. Wallrte, llllo, Hawaii,
'.'7 Joa Malkaloa, Kalalll, llllo, Hawaii,
I HI. Mclntyre A Ilro, Klne and Fort hts, Honolulu.
I Henry Vlelra, Nuuitio, 01, llonolulu,
II Apana, Molokal.
11 Ijmi kau, N Kouala, Hawaii,
a Won: lie, Honululu,
M Ah Ciionc, Km, Oaha,
1 11 1 riiir.it.
IRK Pahee, Walohlnu, Kau, lliwsll,
51 W II Cornnell. Walkapu, Maul.
3 Ah blm, 1'llhonua, llllo, Hawaii,
II Fou Use, Hotel hi. Houululu,
SU Atal, Walluku, Maul,
LIVKKV ft r A BLM.
13 Wis Levy, Honolulu, Oahu,
II U W .MaJiilaue, Hawallau Hotel, Honolulu.
Ills. I.I tills.
i Frank Rent. N Kohala, Hawaii
I 11 Armllazv, lln.iokaa. lUlusisa. Hawaii,
?t baui ,Noklu, Hotel Bt, Huuululu.
S Young Nlni, Kent, Oahu
31 J iM.kjnrr " "
W J U lllack.
10 Mabels, llonolulu, Oahn,
II Mspos, Honolulu, Oabu.
15 Jot 0 Tucker, Kohala, Hawaii.
I HuU(Uhu, KaaL
II has plesscd Ills Majesty Ihe Kln Io appoint Ills
Itirelleney Wis N Amistnnio 1'reslilent ef lha Hoard
lelanl I'alare, Dec Hlh, 1MI M Ml 91
It has plessed Ills Msjssty Io appoint Ills Kicellency
W N. Annstaoin, Minister of the tnlerlor, rtif Intirlm,
tics Ills Kirellehcyll A. I', Cirtur, resigned.
IS1-M51 Inlonl I'alsce, lite H, IMI,
A X'rojioteil Ameiitilnient.
To Article Hal the l nnstllntlon jranleil by Ills Ms
Jeily Uamihamclia V,oillhe Mb day orAuiist A. I),
IMI, as amended and approved nn the 13th day of May
A. D IS'31, according Io Article W of the Constitution.
That AllltlfWIof the Constitution be and the fame
a hereby amended snas toiesd as follow si
"Section M. The llepresentallves shall recelte for
their settle" a compensation In be ascertained by taw
and pslil out nf Ihe Public Treasury! hut no Increase nf
rotnprnsstlon (lull lake i fieri during Iheyesr In which
It thsll hive been madei and nn law shall be passed
tui'renslnp Ihe compensation of said Itepiesentaitlvrs
iv iiiuii'i .i,..i"ii ... nan, .,rj rpriiiiiii.rn
sum of Five liundird Dollars for each
urjomi inr s
I I. .I.b r..lll Itial lit. rr.nrtlnra tllll .....! I,. ikl.J
reaillnc In the Le(satlte Assembly nf the Hawaiian
Islands on the 9lh day of July A. D. !M).
JA.MI.H M. MONMAIIHAT,
To Article fit of the Conslllutlo'i jranled by Kotnrha
mrha V. on the Will day of Auuost A. I), 16( Inaccoid
ante ullh Article Mof ssld Comtltutlon
Mrctlnu I. That Article CI nf the Constitution granted
by Ills Majesty Kninchamehs V, on the LUth day uf Au
gust IflVI he and the same Is hereby amended In sccor
dsuce wlih Article 80 of said Consllttitloii, by striking
out the words "five hundred" and by subMllutlnjf there
fore Ihe words "lr.o thousand" and by striking out the
winds " Inn bundled and Ally " aud subttllntliiglliete
for the words "one thousand" so tliat Ihe Article
shall read as follows,
" Article 61. Nn nerson shall he ellrlhle for a Heme.
sentatlve of Hie p'ople, who Is Insane or an Idiot; nor
nnlrsp. he lie a niitlf siibleel of the klnedum. win, lull
have irtlvrd at Ihe full ace of tueht).une years, who
shall know how Io read and wrll". who shall understand
account', and shall have been domiciled In Ihe Klnf
dom for nt least three yeais. the last nf whlrh shall be
the jear Imniedlalsly preceding hl election and who
shall own rent estate within the Klngdoji nt a clear
value over and above .ill tr.riiinlirniiics nf at least two
thourhnd dollars, or who shall have an animal Income
of at least one thousand dollars, deilved from any
property or some lawful employment."
thereby certify Ihat the forcsuhiir Bill passed Its
hlrd reailliiirln the Lealslnllve Assembly of the Ha
Italian Islands on the ilth day of August A. 11. lhW.
JAMlIs M. .MO.NSAIIKAT,
The election of llepresentallves lit Hie next I.e-ls.
lathe Assembly, will take place throughout the tall,
ous Klectton District of the Kingdom, on Wednesday
the 1st dny of February licit.
The Foils at the several places of election will he
opened at 8 o'clock a.m. on Hie day above named, and
closed at f o'clock r.st.
The following placet are designated for holding the
District of llllo ...Court House, llllo
Inspectors of Kkctlon
tl. W. A. Ilapal Police Justice
L. Meverullte 'lux Ahjtmir
Jos. .Nawulil Tui Ciilmji.r
District uf llamakua Court Douse. Honokaa
inspectors of Election
f-1'- Mlai llhtrlct Justice
It. A. I.tmun 'lai Assrssur
Chas. Wllllnma TaxColkctur
District of Kohala,. ..Court lloue, Wolmea, i-o. Kohala
Inspectors of Klecttoii
S. H. Mahuk.i, Uisttict Justice
lco. Hell 'lax CnlUctur.
And a ht'cond Polling plncc al
Couit Honse Nnrlh Kohala
Inspectors of Klccttnn
II. Johnson Dlsttlit Justice
1) S. Kahookano,,
District of North Koim hchool House, Katltta
Inspector of Klectton
J. (!. Hoaplll District Justice
District uf South Kona School Douse, Huokrna
Inspectors of Kkttion
C. W.l. Kaeo District Justice
1). II. Nnliluii 'lax Aseepeor
John .Nahlnu lux Collector
District of Kau hpenccr's htore House, Honnapo
Inspectors of Klectlon
J. II. M.Martin District Justice
II. M, Wliltliry 'lux Arsi-sAir
J. Kauhanc Tux Collector
District of Puna Court House, Poholkl
Inspectors of Klcction
J. W. Naeole District Jlftlce
T. Kiialhlll, 'I'nx Asii-F!.or
Mnkuhla, Tax Colkctor
District composed of Lnlinlna, Olownlu, Uktimchamc
Court House Lahalna
II. Kamalopllt, Police Justice
J. W. Kaluj Tux Assessor
N. :. haiuc, Tax Coliectur
District composed of Kihaknloaand Knuuapnll
hchool Huusc Honolua
Inspectorb of Klcction
District beginning with and Includln-; Walhce aud
extending to and liicludlug lloiiuaulu,
Court House Walluku
Inspectors of Llection
II. Kulhelanl Police Justice
T. '. Kicrett. Tnx Assissor
W. 11. Kcanu 'lax Collector
DIstilct beglnulng with and Including Hamakualoa and
Court House Makawao
Inspector of Klcction
W. F. Mossinan District Justice
, II. Iluysi-ldtn, 'lux Assessor
A. roruaudcr, 'lax Colkctor
District beginning with and including Kablkinul and
extending to and liiiludlng Koolau,
Court House liana
Inspectors of Klecllon
H. W. Kaal ,., . District Justice
1'. Kawalku Tax Assessor
1', Kamal, -....Tax Collector
District of Molokal and Lnnal
Court House Pukoo, Molokal
Inspectors of Klictinti
h, K, Kuplhra, District Justice
J. Nuk.ileka Tai Assei.or
J. KuliMplhaole, Tax Collector
Aud a seculid Polling place at
School House nuohal, Lanal
Inspector oT Klection
S. Kshoohnlahila District Jmtlce
It. V. Meyer, School Agent
Jl. .Notion, '
District of Kona Alllolanl Hale
Inspectors ol Klecllon
It, F, Dickerton Police Justice
J. E. flush Tux Assessor
(i. II. Luce Tax Collector
District of Kwa J:Valanac.. ..School Huusc, llonoullull
lllslievlois of Klritlon
V. (1. Necdham District Justice
rrauk Uronu, Tux Asseseur
A. Kauhl, Tax Collector
District of Walalua Court House, Walalua
lusiKCtors of Kticllnn
B. K.Mahoe District Justice
J, Amara, Tax Collector
District of Koolauloa ,". bchool House, llauula
Inspector of Klittlou
J. Kaluhl District Justice
11. ksualhllo Tux Atcaur
PaiiKlaiatil , TaxColluctur
District of KoulauHikn Court House, Kaurohc
liispectors of Klrctlon
J, I., Kaulukou, , , District Justice
T. A Liuyd. Tux Assessur
W, C, Lane Tax Collector
District of Waluici hchmil House, Walmea
J, Kauai,,... District Justice
I. II. kapuulul, ,.1ax Asseoor
A. Ksu.au , Tax Collector
And a second Polling place al
bchool House ' .....Nllhuii
lusptclora uf Klvttlon
Geo. Hay ;' District Justice
J.H. Kaika, 1akAssi'Bur
K, Kahale, ,.......,, ....Tat Collector
District of Puna Court House, Llhue
llispcdora of Klrctlon
S. It. Ilspuku, District Justice
J, it. Tucker Tax Assessor
A. W. Malobu Tax Colkctor
I And a second Pulling plate at
Court House Koloa
, , i luspcclortuf Election
J. Hardy, ...., ,,.,.. ......Tax Assessor
Iter. J.'w,"7a'ltb,..' .school Agent
District uf llaniltl.... Court House, Hanalcl
r Inspectors u( Kitctlou
J. Kiklua District Justice
II. Puulkl ...'. ..Tax Assessor
W, Luicll, , ...Tax Collector
And a second Pulling place at
School House ......Anahola
J.I1.K. Kalnl District Justice
Jas. bush,.... Tal Collector
V N. AHMhTltONO.
Mlnl.lrr nf tt Interior, ad luttrlm.
Inlnlor Once, Dec. U.lNil. (SI Wbu
NaAV (Chas. Wllltauit) has btn Hill day appointed
at Luna to arrest and Impound all isttiis found on
Ooiernmtut Laud between Fauna and Mtklkl,
II. A. r. CAHTKK. Mlulstsr of Hit Interior.
Interior Office. Dee, Ittb, Ittdl, tWSt
laU of Issmm mt Ouvaraataat L.
On Wcdncedav, January 1Mb, It, al Ilia front en
trance of Alllolaol Halt at o'ekek noon, will be told
at Public Auction, tbt least of that tract of land
tclunjluic to the Hawaiian (JomnmtDt, allotted lit
MAfAUU, MAMAHUA, HAWAII, bounded
nnlheKastby tlranl to Kama and tlenlamlna.nn the
West by Keehla, on Ihe Maukasldeby tiovernment
rnsd a,td tunning tn a point at Ihe sea, containing an
area nf ll acres, more nr lra.
TKIIMH.-I.ease If. years, upset pile n per annnm
for tin whole, payable annually In advance.
II. A. P. CAltTKII,
Minister nf the Interior,
Depl. nf Interior, Honolulu. Dee Utlu 1881. M-it
Mn. It, P llitiiifii has this day been appointed nn
Agent In grant Martlagc Licenses fur the Dlstticl of
Makawao, Island nf Maul, II I,
. , , W.N AIIMSTI10MI. Minister uf Interior.
Interior Ofilcr, lleciClli, IPrtl, lu KM
Ofllclal notice has this day been received that In coif
sequence of the reslgnallon by .laon Prrry Ksqulre, of
Ihe unite of ,'oii"iil fur Portugal, tlieCnnsul for Italy,
I". A Hrhiefcr, Ks-inlre, will temporary discharge Ihe
duties f Uonsul for 1'ortngs.l, All person are request
ed to give full faith and credit In all his ofilclal acta In
that capacty, W. L. tlltKC.V,
.Minister of Foreign Aflalrs,
Depl of Foreign Affairs, Honolulu. Dec k'JIli, IMI,
Snlo of Lento of Oovemmeiit I.nlld,
On Wednesday, Janesry Jth, IM;, at the front en.
trance of Alllolanl Hill, at 1 o'clock noon, will be
sold at Public Auction Ihe Lease of all those retlnln
premises belonging tn the Hawaiian (lotrimiient sl.
nated In Kawa, near tho Oahu Prison; consisting uf
Fish Fund, Kalo land Ac, and known s KIIMII.I
TKII.MH. -Lease lilyeare, iipel price 8313 peraimum,
payable semi-annually lu mlvmicc.
For further particulars, enquire at the Land Olllce of
this Department. It A P CAItTIIH,
Minister of Ihe Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu, Dec Sd, lbSI. Co lui
Notlco (o Mnrlnnra.
Public Notice Is herehv elveii. llmt mi i,.1 ri.lt.
iin.-ii or .ianfaiiyiw, there will be exhibited on
the extreme Honlli West Pnlnt of Molokal, a (lied white
Frcsnel Light of fourtli(llh)mngnltndchowlnK.iinund
Ihe compass. The Light Is at an elevation of M f I. fmni
sea level and la visible, from a common ship deck In
cliar weather 1 distance uf II miles, Toner Is painted
white, Lantern led. 'lb: bearings arc Magnetic and a
(I) To Dlmond Hesd X. to West,
VO To Makapuu Point N, Wt West.
(II) To Mokapu Point N, -(TV West,
(I) To NV Point nf Molokal N. 6" Baal.
(5) To NW Point of Lanal a. M Hast
Office of the Interior
Honolulu, Nov lth, 1SSI. fi sm
S.tln or Onvnrnmeint Lota.
On Wivlncdsy, January tlh, IS-tJ. at 1? o'clock noon,
at front entrance nf Allli.lanl Hale, will be sold at Pub
lie Auction i'linr llnllitliijr l.uts Mot, 41:1, 411,
ISandelA, tltuttcd on the .If is u tin aide of lilllnll
alrrpl, lillloiikliliilis I'IiiIiih.
TKKMS-Cash. Upset price JIOJ for Ihe four lots.
Dept. of Interior. Honolulu, Dec. 3d, IbSI. f 6 it
DhXtiMltKU .11, 1681 '
All adverllscnicnls for the bATUiiuar Piinaa nnistbe
sent In by Friday nnon. No lnerllons for the current
Issue can he guaranteed when sent In later.
Adveitlsers will mark the number nf Insertions de
sired, from which dale they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged J month.
T1I0S. 0. TII1IUM, Manager.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Oun Inlercstiiir; San Fmucisco letter hnH to Btnnd
over till next xrcek.
Wc call nttf ntlou to tlio Supplcinenta published
with to-ility's I'iiksS;
Tiik laatch Knnio of footbnll phjctl on Satur
day InHt was won hy tho junior:.
We nro Informed thut many nlEnrobn trees at
Kamollilli aro bcin; harked hy puts.
The .Mission Chililreii'n Society raeeta this etcn
ins nt tbo residences of Mr. 3. IV. Cafitle.
Monday next will bo olierved nun public: holiday,
New Year's day like ClirMmas, f.illitiff on Sunday.
Oun thanks nro due Captain Howard of tho hrip;
Conmtlo, at Kahulni, for flies of San Francisco
The concert for tho benefit of tho Oaha College
fund, which was to havu cmno oft" Ktst night, was
The Ztahimliti did not arrive from Sin Francisco
until Tuesday afternoon. She made a good passage
bat was delayed waiting for tho mails.
N0TIUN0, has been heard of tho schooners War
wick and Julia. Tho Likclll. pvned considerable
mcrchnudtho nnd wreck Hotting on the water nt
Kaholalelu where tho Julia was last seen.
The sailing of tho lAUUke was delayed until C
p.m. last Tuesday evening to enahle ths ost oflico
to mm ul to windward nil tho mail tlint could he dis
tributed to that time. Tho Lihtlikt was nearly
ready to sail when tho Zeal inrlia came in.
A rtTrnoN for tho widening of Merchant street
was in circnlttion this.wcek. There are n number
of buildings on tho mauka side of this strcot that
should lie inoMil buck and the appearance of the
street will bo much improved when it is done.
TmiRSDaT f tho coldest day of tho season.
The thermometer rofiUterod (H! and over-coats
wero quite comfortable. Our friends in the States
and in Ktuopo would smile, perhaps, to hear of in
shivering with tho mercury at IK)3 abovo fruozlng
The acquaintances of Captain llrown of the
barkentuiu Klla will regret to hoar that ho fell frotu
the honse to the dock n few days beforo ho arrived
in this port 011 the hist Irhi down, and was very
severely injured. Ho will bo toul back tu Sail
Francisco in the Kiln as it was not deemed advis
able to roiuovo him to tho Ktcuner. His hip Is
injured and it is thought the bone is fractured.
On Tuesday evening Dec. :17th, tlio following
ofuccrs were installed for the ensuing year of
Ijodge Le VroRrrs Itt'Occnnic, No. ll'l A. F. mid A.
M., viz.: F. J. Higgins, W.-.ji.; Jas. S. Lemon,
S.-.W.: N. Clifford. J.-.W.; U. TJayton, Orntort K.
Nowleln, Scent try; I'. II. Opforgelt, Treasurer; J.
A.Kpenr, S.-.D.; I. O'Stilhvnn. J.'.D.t M. Fisher,
l.'.O.i J. Morton, H.', Geo. Williamn, T.j Thos.
Amono the passengers by the Ztulamtta was Itnv.
Simpson and wife of Miui'sotn, who are to be
located nt I.ihuo, Kauai, and whom we welcome to
their now field of labur. There also arrived Mr,
S. C. Oalo nnd wifo of Minnoaxlis, Mine-iota,
guests of Dr. Damon. Mrs. Oalo is 11 sister of the
Dr., and Mr. Oalo is a member uf the liar and
a real estate and insurance agent, Tliero arrived
nUu n number of kainaalmn whom wo are pleased
to welcome homo ngaln.
An Informal meeting of persons interested in tho
erection ot a gymnasium for tho young inon nf
llonolulu was held nt the residence of Dr. Hut
chinson hint Tuesday evening. Knell nil institution
is much needed In Houululu and should he well
patronized. A iietition has bun circulated forthe
signatures of those who are able tu give their nop
viort fur the iiinintninnnce of 'nn association fur
tho encouragement nf phtslcul eierc-iso and for
the nanus of those who will take an actlvo putt.
(jitile a number havu signed.
At Fort Street Church Sunday morning thoordi
imnceriof linptiim and the Iird's Huptier will lw
administered, nnd sevenil iiersou will tiu received
to tho church. In tho owning there will he n union
son ice. Mr. Cruzan will preach n New Year's
sermon which will be followed by nnriticritiice aud
inquirer's meeting in the vestry. '1 bit week nf
I'mjcr will booliaoned by union meetings every
morning ueit week beginning with .Monday, In the
llttliel, nt 11 o'clock, aud ill 1 nrt Street Church 011
Monday, Tuokdavt 'Ihunulsy and Friday evvuiugs.
CnuisiaUsniT nt the churches wns very gener
ally observed with pralau services, tlio llethel 'and
Fort street morning services being devoted to the
children, both in the addresses nnd ill the choral
selections. In the afternoon i praise service was
lirld nt the Cliin-.se Church, and 11 praise and testf.
tuony meeting of the Y. if, 0. A. nt the vestry of
Fort street church, that sa largely attended and
encouraging iu its results. The evening pralae. ser
vice, nt rort street church was very fully attended
at ususl, aud tbe selection, rich in grand melody
that was especially enjojvd lu the rendering of the
(Jloria from l'.th Mats.
The special meeting of the Y.M. 0. A. on Thurs
day eveiiing last tu c-oiialdtr the revision of the
Constitution, met nt tlio Ljcium and listened to
the majority and minority reports!)! tho csiumittee
which drew forth roach rtiaoaiuion, resulting in
both reporu boiug reftrred buck to new coin
mittet) ounalsling of Mesirs. I'ratt, Judd nnd
Atberton, to revise and report at the neit regular
meeting, Dr. Whitney piestnttxl to tbt notice of
tho Aaaocisllou tbe prospect of Hi celebrated
temperance worker, Ell Johuaon, ptwiog tbraagb
lu the Colonlei next April, nod uggeatei that a
invlutlou boejleuded tu him U rtmsln a im
with as, which ou inotlou u unauliDoualy carried.
Tub Ttjchor' Conveutiou, to be bold la lb
Lyceum neit week prouUea tu be an aceaaieai of
............,..,,,,,, in.. inilMdlllUll Will IMI ,fl',11
nil Monilay morning al 10 o'clock with an aililm
or welcome lit President Jones, nf I'unnlinti, The
election nf liflWrs nf ll,n Vrhr Aaanelnllnn
will he the next business In order. After this,
thorn will hopspers rend nn various tonlcst tliithe
lilsjtory of idurntlonal work In these Islands, by
II. II. Illtclirneki MethiHlsof teaehlng lilatory, by
A. T. Atkinson Dllllcultlw In leaehlng KnglUli to
Hawaiian, by ,. Mnrkinlrnlii '1 bo ulncatlonal
aialem in Jninn, by M. Al Kcotl Mrtlimls of ells
niiillnn In lliiwallnn chuuls, by IU T. Dyer, ond
nOiernlmilar sttbjt els, will lm presptitril as limn
will allow. 'I ho sessions nf tlio Convention will
U from HI In p.' and 'J tu I n't .Monday, from 10 tu
IL'mi ir-mlay. llm public ginorally nru Invited
Hamilton Almanac ami Annual" for lfV'J
Uailnil IlLllnv. Irtltrf llll.ntl,litnliitl.1lnrtll..
is fuller nml mum ,.ii..lnl II. m. m.w ...faI....
....... .... .n 1. 1 .iii.ii iiiij 1'i.nfii
iiiimber and rontslus much Information nincerii
Ing tlio Islands that rnniiut be fuiinil elsewhern.
In addition Io tlio many tnblos )ireiired for litis
Itsiin and corrected lu tlio litest dale, am thn fol
lowing Interesting and Inatriictitu contributions;
" Indigenous Oru.nientnl I'htits," by J, M. I,y(.
jfttet "Dim of llnwrlllcn History." by II. li.
Hheliloni "Marine ('annuities for tiin Ilawallaii
Islands," compiled from vujagct, histories, local
liulillcrttlotirt and other ruiurrwi " The tiegetid elf
Kaiieeiieekanlla, or'lhn Hoeksof Knti.t," by Itev.
A. 0. Ii.rbest " Artesian Wells," liv .fudge Mrfully
"llawnllnn Ideas of Astrnnomr." cuinpiled from
Dibble's history of the Stndwleli Islands iu 18I3
"Hawaiian Kiituiuuliigy," lir llov. T. lllackburil,
ll.A.t "Tlio Cultivated fanes nf tho Hawaiian
Islands," by A. 1". H.( "(.'aiimlltlim uf Shipping
""""n wuii 1 oris hi tiiii Hawaiian isinnns tor
lS8I)""Iletroiectforllie )ear 18S1," '"Ilio Lava
l low of 1881," and neturnl shorl plee-es containing
vain iblo in formation. 'Ibis is Ibo most nccunitu
IlfllllcOf ref.rillW..I r.ie III,, enal.lnl.l nH.I fM.l.tal ....I..
lished here, and, ns elnlmed In tint prefilcC, Ih nn
iinpirthl record of erents for llieguidnueuof the
f uttirii historian of theso Il ltul-t.
rot.tnwiNd Is ibo record of I'ollcn Court pro
ceedings for llm week! William Davis, mnn.
slattHliler, rummltled for trial at tho .launnry lertn
ul the Sitjiremo Couttt John Ferguson, drunken
nets, forfeited $1; ball) Alnclcau, iiamo chnrgo,
forfeited sfO bail) 1 obert Howe nnd Alexander
JJoKiien, sitiio clinrge, Howe lined f.1, costs f i!.a),
McKueti lined 'i, coitn ij'jj Kaui, same charge,
lined f8. emits :Ji linikaiun, nnmn charge, (fourth
oirunco) flnml ifll), costs ijilt Joseph Harris, same
clinrge. forfeited $fi bill; jCo. Kula nnd I'nnole,
sniiiu charge, forfeited if(l eacbi Kepitii. la
ioe 1, ottiat entered liy proseciitiiini I 00k C
vuiii tyon uiiti Alt iing. Having onltmi in povsni
klou, Quln Con fined lj."fl nnd sentenced to tlireo
months inipriminiiiimt, nolle urwrnnt entered liv
prosecutiou in eino of the two others ( Geo.
'I ititomb, assault and Imtleryou Con Mn, forrciteil
J10 hallt John I'adekcii, iiHsault and bntlury 011
Akana, forfeited ft) ball; Toknuuea, drunkeuess,
ilnod 5, costH if 1; Tetinaree, nnsault and btttery
on his wife, sentenced to fifteen days' Imprison
ment at hard labor, costs $1.10 l'oka Kaole,
nssault and bnttery 011 his wife, lined ?7, nosts .!;
I'clau, druuket ss, forfeltod 18 bail; Kauhano,
Hiinio elnrge, forfeited (! bill; Knnehoi, same
charge, forfeited $! ball; II. Wisemaun, snino
charge, forfeited SJIS bill; Philip Olloipiln, snmu
charge, forfeited .fi! ball; Aug Veo, nsstult and
buttery on hit wife, Sin On, lined $10, costs $lt
I'nkooseoand Nohoaupunl, affray, fined .?! each,
Civil rcrurel Wong Klin vs. (1. II. IiUce, nctfoti
of nssuinpsit for tajes tnld under protest, judg
ment nitwit for ulilmill for if.ri.WI taxes ou ftvo
dogs, costs ?.".70; c.iso nppsaled tn Supreme Court.
Ah I'ook vs. Opeulu, nction of nsstunptit fur
?l(K.'.Ii judgment for lil.iititllT for .!; cane np-p.-aled
to Intermediary Court.
Tin: pantoinimoof "Hnmply Dumpty" waspro
tlnced at llm Muslo Hall Inst Siturdty evening nnd
wan a comploto success. Mr. Urn w no is deserving
of credit for his efforts in iituparlng so eniojablo
1111 niitortaiiiuitfiit, out which wiswu-thyof a full
liousn. All of tlinpirticipaiitsdid tlicirpartswell,
nnd tho audience wns kept iu a roar of laughter
until tho curtain fell. Tim scenery was appropri
ate, and nothing was omitted that would contrib
ute toward limbing tho presentation of Ihu piny
lierfect. Tho trnnfonnntloti liv Fnirv Snowll.iko
was well done. This little lady wim not iu tho J
leimi. einonrrnsseu, nut carried mil nor pari to per
fection. The 1-e.cnpo uf the Hnrle(uln nnd Colum
bine, nndthu building or tho steamboat for pur
Ktiitatid its explosion produced much merriment.
Tho admission of Htimpty Dumpty into tlio Jla
sonio fraternity nnd his being black-balled, meat
pies, tho reHcuo of an unfortunate tied to a rnil
riMti track on which thn lightning oxpresa is np
tirnncliing nt full speed, fireworks nnd aaisage,
l'nntiilooii'n aerial llight, new article in sausage
iniuufncture, a tloseof electricity, an uncomfort
able lied, and many other fun-provoking scenes,
wo have not space to notice nt length, but would
advise all who enjoy a good lnugli to go nnd see
for themselves that of which wo write-. Tho last
scene, "A Jlerry Christmas and tho Caroline
Grotto," wns beautiful. The specialties introduced
ndded much tn the evening's entertainment. MUs
Huyer'a singing was certainly excellent and re
ooived merited applause. Tho feats of the Kcumi
brothers ou the horizontal bar nnd the traiieso
wero appreclited by all, nnd few professionals
could excel them 111 the nets tlioy performed.
" Hnruptv Dumuty" wns played ngaln on Monday
night nnd on Wednesday iiftornoon n matinee was
given for tho little folks. It will bo brought out
again thh evening, when Air. Urovvno will make
his last iipiieiimuiHi before a Honolulu nudicuco.
Nuw specialties will bu introduced for the occasion.
Homicide. On Christmas morning n Chincso
cook on board tho Hritish steamer Aujtr Ilrail,
named tin (Juan Howt wns shot nnd killed by Wm.
Davis, tlio second ollicer. Captain Koper, of the
Anjci- llcml, mado tha following statement to us
concerning the affair: About twenty minutes to
seven on Sunday morning last I wns sitting m the
saloon iu my sleeping clothes drinking 11 cup of
coffeowheu William Davis, the second officer, camo
in with n sorrowful face. I spoko tu him nr.d
wished him tlio compliments of tho searon. He
said I am nfraid it will not bo a merry Christmas
for mo as there isn man thot and lying, on tho
deok. I askod him if it was serious, and he replied
that ho thought the man was dead. Ho said that
he had no intention of shooting the man, and Hint
the pistol wont olf accidentally. On enquiring
how it happened, ho said Hint 011 tho previous
evening I nad given him orders to sou that tho
Chinese carpenters had their breakfast nt half-past
six o'clock so as to bo ready tu goto work at seven.
Ho was iu tbe act of carrying out theso orders
whon the chief cook oilled him a s b , nnd
asked him what he wns doing there, nnd mid Hint
ho would not giu the carpenters nil thing to cat
before the passengers. Air. Davis said thst when
the Chiunmiii called him that unmu ho gnvo him it
slap in tho face with his open hand, upon which
tbo cook struck him ou the head with n tin pot
whiuh hohnd iu his hand. The other cooks rushed
to assist tbo chief cook, nnd armed themselves
with sticksof wood nnd everything tlioy could con
veniently lay their hands 011. Mr. Davis succeeded
in working his way out of the crowd, and ns soon
ns ho could gel his arms free, drew his rerolver
nnd went in among them to arrest the chief cook,
who had struck him, nnd bring him to the Captain.
Another tumult took plncu and while being pusuod
and jostled about by the Chinamen who set upoti
him, the revolver went off nnd shot n cook in tho
head who was chopping moat near by nnd had
taken no part in tho row. Upon hearing this
Btaloiueiit of tho weoud ollicer I went nut ninuug
the croud unarmed, and in my bleeping clothes,
and Htvv a iian lying ou tbo deck ns ho had fallen.
I ordered the other cooks t.i put him on n bed on 11
hatch and make blm ns comfortable ns possible.
Thu Chinaman was bleeding from n wound ill the
bead. I dressed myself to go ashore nml inform 11
doctor and tho ixillco authorities, lloforo leaving
tho ship tu do this duty tho Chinese in n body
demurred tu my leaving tho ship without nrrcstiug
Davis. I theri-tiou askod him tn deliver liisrnvnl
er tu me, which he did, Hu being in clrirgu of
tho hand-cuffs, as second ollicer, I asked him for n
pair. He brought them nnd put tliem on himself
nml I the ti locked him iu a vacant cabin, nnd placed
the key in thohiuiU uf Ibo Chiuoe, Going on
shore 1 found nil the buildings closed, nnd went tu
tho Hawaiian Hotel, where telephoned ti Ihoufu
ciuls reporting tho case. I ri timed tu thu ship
nlxmt 10 a. 111. with tho Attorney Ue icrnl and Dr.
Hutnliinsoii. Tho ChlniiU'tn wns still breathing
nnd the doctor directed him to he taken n hare in
II boat mid Mut lu the hcHital. Mr. Davis wn
taken to Ihu station Ihuhj bv the Jvilico. Thu
Chinaman died shortly nfter. The C iptnln states
that since tbo affair tho Chiueso 011 board have
been more peaceable, nnd piy more ntteiillou to
what Is slid tu them by Ibo olHcers. He Kays that
noirly nil of them are armed with revolvers, and
that they nro g imboliug most uf tho time, nnd nre
a very troublesome set. Davis is nu American
citizen nnd the Captain speaks of him ns an eicel
lent man and 11 competent ollicer, nnd always nulet
mid inollentivu. He has n family at Santa Cruz,
California. Davis was nrralguoj in tho l'ollco
Coutt on Tuesday aud waived examination and
was held tu answer nt the Supreme Court on a
charge of manslaughter In the first degree. Four
Chinese witnesses for the prosecutiou nre held to
nppunrattbe trial. Tbe Anjcr ll3tl remains in
ljrt until Tuesday next on account of the trial.
J. Woods Is mid to bnve sold bis planting right
la Union Mill to tbe Messrs. McKlnsley.
Tflu rainfall ns reglitcrtsl by Dr. O. II. Wet
moro of llllo for S3 dux of tbe mouth ot Decem
ber was 17.3.3 inches.
Dccemus S3J cau.e out at Kohala bright and
fair, but cold blustery wostlier bai returned to-day
to spoil our hope for a bright Christmas. Long
ounllnutd ralru have. ttrtvd antw some of the
Dunmu the King' visit to llllo there was not
a tingle arrest for drunkenness or disorderly con
duct. Generally on holiday there has beeeu aoroe
arreats. The' guardian of the peace feel tu
Foafour weeks llllo bna haj quite a Ubcrtal
apply of rata. Il it oal4e n(aMnt now. The
team front the, lava ttUl cuotlisBH very meat, al
though Um aM4 to rua Aor. W, ISM. liivtV
when It does not rain there nrn Urge nnmliers nf
Ids of st-ain to bn seen, and In tome places the re
Is n gissl deal nf beat, which Is quite hotleeabls In
travelling titer tlio lava, 'I be lata lias fallen In
many places leaving Immense) holes, nnd n stream
ol water Is running through some of them. Klla
nea seems to be quite active ns there is much light
Tbo Itev. J. II. Mnboe, who holds llm nppolnl
meiit of Travelling Atlsslonnry under thn Hawaii
nn Hoard among tho natives of the Gilbert Islands'
now on the Island o( Kauai, gives n detailed Re
count of bis observations In that field nf labor.
'I hero nro uicHOUof these t,mplr, men women
nnd children on Hint Island, employed ns laborers
on plantations, under contracts. Air. Alahoe naya
that nt first they bad n very bard time. Soma
wern weakly nnd sick, nnd some died. '1 ho enures,
of tho trouble weln plain enough. 'I hey were in ft
Blrango land, nnd wero tinuseil Io our climate
which is cold and bleak computed with that of
their own Islands; they were unuaeil to the food,
such ns rice, beef, salt salmon, nnd poi thov
could get nlong with tnro; they were unaccustomed,
to clothing, nnd would wear n suit until very dirty,
wero generally dirty In their persons) unacens
turned to regular Inbor, nnd nwkward nt any kind
of labor; tlio languago nnd the manners nnd cus
toms hero wiro strange tutlum altogether, they
wero very uncomfortably situated.
lu Ihu wnrm climate of their own native Islands,
llielr food consisted nf cocoiuiuls nnd tho fruit of
tho imndnnus, with fish, and the sudden change In
diet was bad In Its effects on their systims. Un
der all llm clrcumstnncen great cute and manage
ment should have been exercised nt the bi ginning
with therm. xiiplu. Ilut tin ho troubles nrn now
passed, nnd thu general health of the Ollbcit
islanders lias been good Ihe past jenr. Air. ainnoa
(who having been n Missionary in Allcrunesla, Is
vvell-fltteil for bis work) says that thn Hplu it
ceivu his visits very glully. nnd listen ntteutlvclv
to bis distinctions in religion nnd morals, nnd
what to thcni Is novel, tho reign of law nnd order.
'I hey appear to bo good workers, nnd their em
ployers rijsilk approvingly uf them, ns n ixmiiiIo
tint is npt lo learn. Among them nro some who
wero couvirted to Christianity beforo leaving
.Micronesia, nnd who remain trno lo their religion)
sotiio bnve (alien away, but tliero are zealous and
nctivo religious workers among them who nro do
In ; good. Some havu learned to read in their own
language, nnd the books supplied lo them by the
Iter. 11. Iliugliaiu mid tho instructions ns tn bo
bailor nnd thu rutin of bodily beallh, nre much
iipiii eclated by them.
A corressindent of tho A'weton, who signs him
self " Alao" the mime of a black bird Willi n red
bill, that was anciently worshipped ns n god his
considerable to say nbotit tho coming elections for
ltepresentatlve-s nnd tho lriipottnucoof choosing
gissl men. Wo translate:
"'the foreign member for Lahalna during recent
sessions is one whom it will Ik) well to weigh care
fully beforo again choosing hint ns a member.
What wo have a right to examine li his public re
cord ns n lender ot the iieople. Private and ier
Bonal matters, wu have no business with, but that
which Is done oonly mid in publlo is fair matter
"Immedlalely after tbe nrrivnl hero of tho Indi
vidual tu whom I refer (tbo member for Isahuina).
ho oiwnly npjieared in the chnmcter of Chief
Officer of tho " Latter Day Saints," whom wo
designate ns Alurmons. 'Ihis cannot bo denied.
His name is appended to tbo certificates of district
olllcers of thnt sect. Air. Gibson at thai time was
not young nnd foolish. Hu was well educated
and had travelled extensively nil over tlio world.
Hu was of middle nge. Ho had not been brought
up from youth ns 11 .Mormon, the origin nnd the
objects of which sect were nt Hint limn noto
rious. Tho .Mormons bad then been ex?llcd from
nil communities which desired to presarvu thu
purity of the family. It was useless for thorn lo
plead that they wero peaceful tillers nf tbo noil,
and so forth; their foundation was evil.
"Xow If it was through Ignorance that thin in
dividual attached himself tu tho Beet, he is not fit
for a leador of tlio iieopto. If not through ignor
ance, what then was thu cause '( Was lie taken In
by the Alurmons, or did bo take them in ? Which
wns tho deceiver, nnd which the deceived ? Alcn
do not cliangu in their characters nfter forty yearn
01 age, except 11 may 00 to ropem 01 tuoir mis
deeds. "And in the years tbathavo since passed the
publio record of the member in question bns been
an exhibition of striking blindly, catch nnd miss,
nnd going wrong. Hu fraternized with Moreno;
they wore birds of one feather during tho Inst ses
sion. Whatever Moreno undertook, the member
for Idihnina was with him. Tho advoency of in
curring of heavy publio debts; the vote of
"doubtful" on tho opium bill; the constant ntsoci
nlion with those whom the lovers of the country
fenr; aro these qualities tu recommend n man na
a leader of tho people ? How nbout the Chinese
mall stenmer line; or Father Larkln ? How nbout
the foreign colony that Gibson settled on Lanal in
1870-71', tbo mcmborM of which nil left blm 1 How
did bo stand with Drigham Young all right, or
tho contrary ? It will bo well for tbe votcrH of La
halua to ask these questions."
Tho Par A ina has two editorials on Air. Carter's
mission tu Portugal, the main object of which it
says is reported to bo tn get Portuguese lnborors,
nnd it enquired again, "from whence the money r
seeing that Wilder nml Carter have previously
paid out nil the money of the llonrd of Immigra
tion. It is rumored that n Cabinet Council lias
authorised tho Minister of thu Interior to tnko un
expended balances out of his department to tbe
amount of $80,000. Thus, it appears then, was
obtained tho money to enable Air. Carter to go
nnd display bis gold besiangled, banana-loaf coat.
This being so, it is n most uuexnmpled case of
money grabbing. Tbo practico is supposed to
have been, iu transferring unexpended appropri
ations, lo turn them over tu something of a like
nature, ns for instnnoe, $30,000 for the Pnli road
of Nuuanu might bo transferred 10 roads nnd
bridges, generally, nnd so on. Hut what similitudo
or connection is there between thu Pnli. roads nnd
bridges, n marine railway, and buoys, nnd tbo
Hoard of Labor Immigration. And what authority
bylaw have AliulsturH for such wholesale grab
bing, if it is true that they havo don as is re
ported 1 This is something serious for the people
tu remember when voting for Representatives."
" It is said that Air. Carter will get bnck to Ho
nolulu during thu second week of the session.
That would be exceedingly nice; it would exbiblt
blm as n firm nnd fearless rami. Hut considering
the length of tbe journey and tho work before
him, wo cannot indulge the expectation that bo
will return ns soon as be pretends; nnd in our opi
nion it will be lucky fur him that bo does not lie
will ho comfortably wnrm nnd snug, with sails nil
furled, over there. But, and if, he bad dnrcd to
remain, ho would not havo been broiled fried
cooked iu ti leaves roasted mndo Into soup
stewed linked until thoroughly cooked no, ho
would have been entirely enteu up raw, dovonred
nnd gobbled up, ecnlog nnd nil, Tight in tbe midst
of his trembling attempts to bo somebody else,
nnd he would disappear from sight without an op
portunity to say 'Amen,' even."
nIIK UNDKUSIOrED IS PRE.
X pared to translate, with accuracy and dispatch,
and an reasonable, lerma.
Seeds, Leataea, c
From Enjllsh to Hawaiian, and tin lersi. Icesldonef
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Hon. A. H. Htrtwell, during business hour.
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