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" iioxoun.r. JAXiAHrnb. is."
A fair defts of Jelltlty pervade o.r listiiesclrrle
notrd Uil wrek.lneWe.l In a measure by th
number of forelcti arrivals with fall an J varied cariroe i,
w-Mch have plated onr dealers In full stock of all lines
if iwxii. x In plralns to nol thl condition of aetlv
Ity notwithstanding the unsettled stsle of the weather
hntll "Ittiln day or two pt. With lh return of
settled "Hade winds" f hope to see onr coming
packets rrtulsr In their visits to and from the dlderent
tandlnrs to relieve the crowded stale of many store
hauses, a tan" latoly brcn reported.
tly the arrltal of the te imf r City nf Sydney on Mnn,
day list, the ad, with San Pranctro dale to Ihe 16th
r have advice of a fntlhcr decline In snsars.aricellnt;
principal! nnr better grades, No. t In kecs ranting
fritm "H'oJV eta, and i to Seta per pound Ini In
V jlre herewith Mesrs. Williams, Hlmond A Co.'s
Ha Knaiorni. January Sit. It-ft!.
The following statistics of the .'nt-ar trade of thla
riort, fur the year Jnit closed, presmt several Item nf
Thv slock of Angara January ll n I.VWt.VJ)
Importations! l!V 11.
Hawaiian ltl,Wl.HI M.fl.7r7
Manila Ifl.lt.KH 1B.0I9.I
Central America .... l,TM.iW fla
t.hlria 17l,( 8KV.UI.1
l.artern fHl.l"! o.OU.un
Available tor dlatilbntiun ll.Vjrt9.IM
I.cm atock allhr ctotoof V l'J.UTi.iM
Illatrlbullnn In IfM ."tW.Mjj
Ulalilbullon In 1!?0 K),tV-W
Increaie of dtatrlbntlon, IS.TIS.14J
Trom the forecolnr atatement It will he obacrved that
the y ear'a dlairlbutlon eicceiia the land priKlucllon
by aVtut live llioiiaaiitt tone, ao that, with the natural
ettrnelon of the trade and the advantage! that will
e naue from an early completion of one of the flneat
Htitrar Reftnerlea of the worbl, It la reasonable to be.
llrve that the entire. Hawaiian crop of IS3i can be
utlllicd In thla market Willi benrt,. to the planting
The tncreated lmpirtatlon from the Kaatern ittate,
aa compared with laat year'a, wrreilno to the inability
of our rrtlnrra to attpply the demand, owing to the fall
tire of their lupplle nf Ilawa, thmush dlraatera to
Ye3acla coiiveylnir the aatne. and alaoto conalderable
ahlpmenta by rail Inborn! from Canada In Intuit to
Of the atock now on hand bnntS-hotana are Manila,
leaving a balance only uf about T.tUJtona of Hawaii
Lite't advlea from Europe atate that the licet crop
will not etcrrd that nflaat year. The fame la true In
regard tu .Manila, and while thv Cuba production will
eicecd lhaj of the prrvtlojaaca-nn by about f),uu tona,
the ahrlnkae of the Lmilalana crop will ritiallic that
Inlpoitant clemant In govcrnlnc the prlcea of Kaatern
V conatder, therefore, that taking Into consldera
tlon the rotiatantly Incicaalr.t; detnand of the United
Mate, fair price may be rcneonably expected to rule
thla T'-ar. Probably better than Inat. although they are
onecl2hth lawer to-day than n yer ago.
The llecelpta of Haw. Itlce for W1 were I.:M bag.
" " " INI T3,lj3 "
Ai w-c have before alated, thl amount exceed the
consumption of thla coaat for thli qualllj, and about
lTi.tkaJ udgt ,Me been rent to varlou putnta on the
llni'i of the Overland roada,
Tho low i.rlce rnllnj during Ihe )earhave Induceil
the Chin tic of our Htate to enter largelv Into the con
auinptlon of I he Hawaiian article, ami In view of the
fad that we do not ee-r any proapect for belter price
for the rnaulni year, we would call the attention of the
trade to the nilvl.alillllj of placing a portion of their
product In tho Uhineutylnof package.
Onr ehlpplng notes gl e particular! of mlihip- to the
Nlnllo at Kawalhac and Ida bchnauer at Kahulul.
The Adoulr, whose arrival we noted lat week, from
Tlrcmrn, I turning out her cargo In fine order, for eo
long a voyage, and will he laldnn to load with augar for
New York, to be followed by the C. II. lllshop, now
about due, and olheti. The Amy Turner, from lloiton,
arrived )ealerday, tho principal part of her cargo being
I,3D tona of coal for the U. S. Oovernment. Aayet hrr
destination la unknown. There are quite a number of
vcraet up for ian Franclaco, of which the Lady Lamp
aou and W. II. Illmond will probably be the rlrt to get off.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jan. 51 Jalult achr Alaakn.Tnnfc, -ITdaya fm Xamarlk
bchr Kekauluohl, from llaualel
Minr .Mokolll, from Koolmi
K-Mmr l.lkcllke, from Windward Porta
Mmr I.ehua, from Maul and lolokat
Ntmr Ktlanea Hon. from Kahulul
Mlmr Ja lakee, from Kanal
53-P il H s City of Sydney, Dearborn, from S F
Haw achr Jennte V'alkcr, Kuacke, IGVa daya
from Panning laland
31 Mmr lwalanl, from Hawaii nd Jlaill
ST- Am bV Camden, hwanton, frum Port Oamhlo
Am achr (len'l .dlller. -Morse. 'J.I dayn fin h F
Am hk Kmerald, Lord, from Utsalady
Hchr Prince, from Kona
rchr Nettle Merrill, from Ixihalia
2ft hehr I.eahl, from llonnlpu
rn-hr Itob ltoy, from Molokal
Achr Knala, from Walanae
Schr -Manuokawal. from Hanamauln
S7 htmr Ja Makce, from Kanal
r-chr Oen"! ntrrel, from t alalna
Am bk Amy Vumcr, Newell, 130 daya from
Jan. SI Am blc Buena Ylata, Calhoun, for PortTownM
Am bktne Kllkltal, Cutler, for PortTownaeud
tsrhr Jilana. for Keokua
P M City of Sydney, Dearborn, for bydney
Mnir C It jllahop, for Kauai
II Am bgttie J II .Hprrckel, 1'rll. for r-an Fran
Mmr i.ehua, for Molokal and Zslaul
Sloir Llkellke. for Windward Porta
Mnir Ktlanea lieu, fur Kahulul
Mmr Jaa .tlakre. for Kauai
S5 Am achr Oen'l -Miller, ,More, for I.ahalna
Jalult achr Alaaka, Tank, for Jalult
6 Am achr Caiate llayward, I.e llalllater, for
.! Jblnir lwalanl. for Maul and Hawaii
IT Ant bktne Constitution, Drltcoll. for Itojal
ltoada, II U
Vawaela In Port.
fler bk Adnnla, Deharde
Am bktuo lilacovery, Perrlman
Am bk 1 V Murray, U.ltena
Am bk Forest tjuren, Wlndlnc;
Am bk 11 W Aluiy, Freeman
Am bktne W II Illmond, lloudlett
llr bk Pacldc Hlope, llarnea
Hilt bk Lady Lanipaou, ilarston.
Hilt ahlp Ninevah, Host.
Am bk Camden, !wanlnn
Am bk Kinerald, Inl
Am bk Amy Turner, Newell
Veiiali Ezpeoted at Honolnln, from Fore leu
Ilrlt ahlp Duke of Abercorn. Illnnle, Llvetpool, due Jan
JVt3, T 11 Uavlca, Agent
Oer bk O 11 Hlahop, Waltera, Ilrcmen, due Feb 1-9, II
Ilackreld,t Cb, Agent
(ler bk Atalauta, Mohmiann, Liverpool, due March 5-10,
J T Waterhouae Agent
llrlt hk Karl llalhouale.3ar-.ls, London, via SI Michaels,
du March 111. llrewer X Co. Agent
Am bk Kdward May, Jobnaun, Liverpool, to sail about
Dec 'Alb, (I V Macfarlaue A. Co, .igenta.
Am bk Furncaa Abbey, liuest, ltosten, due May K
O llrtwer A Co, Agent.
Ilrbk t.tnle Ucll, Molgnatd, Liverpool, T II Davlrs
t.os.'h Lee, , New Castle, N a W, due,
Art hk lulnler, Wulrr. Pott (Iambic, due Jan 50.-3,11
lltckfvld .t Co, Agenta.
(lerbk Mella, Summer. New York, to sail about Dec. 15.
Castle A Cooke, Agent.
Am ek Ferris S Thompiou, Potter, Nanalmo for Kahn-
Haw bgtne Pomare. Drew, San Franclco, due Jan30-n
Y ti Irwin Co, Agenta,
Am bk Calharlen, Hubbard, ran Francisco, due Jan 55-
al. Castle A. Cooke, Agent.
Haw I'gtnti Pomare. Drew, sn Francisco, due Jan 55-
;lo, W (i Irwlll i Co, Agenta.
. S b Ceylon. , ojaie around the world.
Am bktne J A Falklnburg, Foibes, !an riaurUco, due
Feb MO, Caatlc A Cooke, Agenta.
Ilr H h -Mary Tatham. , San Francisco, due In
all neat week, llackfcld ,t Co, Agents.
Am bklna Amelia. Newhall. Pott lllaktlv. due Feb 5-10
Alltn st ltoblnaou Agent.
PMHS Cliy of New, York. Sydney, due Feb 1.1, llackfcld
X Co Agenta
PMr-M Au.lralla. Carglll, San Francisco, due Feb 19, II
llackfcld i. Co, Agent.
Iteporl of the S S City of Syjney, Dearborn Cnmn.
Left San Francisco Pilot, Jan 16th, at KiUl p ui: and
arilicd at llonululu.Jaii -"lot, at "J o'clock, wlthnttab
In and tJ steerage pa.acngcrs. 81 loua cargo, 5botea
treaaute valaed at Kl."' t" II llackfel.1 A Co. Agent
l'.VS Co. 6 days, It hours and 45 minutes from ban
San Francisco Arrived Jan 10th, Am bktne Jan A
Falklnburg, Slaved, hence Iiec'.Mth,
llongkonj Arrived Dec Tlh, Am bk Ceylon, Hallct,
hence su lst( Jan 15th, Am bk Aldcn llfie, Noyes,
hence Dee t".
Tho Am bktne W II Dimond la at the Old Custom
House wharf discharging hrr cargo. She will sail for San
Francisco alui Saturday ncvl.
TU 1) 0 Murray Is at Ihe same wharf, loading for San
Frauclsco, and will Irata on or about Tuesday.
The II Y Aim; la at Hrewcr'a wharf, loading for San
Frauclsco, to sail In a tew da) a.
The tier bk Adoulsls at Allen A ItobinsoiTa wharf
ulscharglua- a crucial cargo from Dicmcn, after which
aha will load with sugar for New York, to b followed
bi hc bk O It llishop. now about due from Dreraen.
These will be followed by Ihe b.s Paradox and Adolpb,
which has been, chartvred In Urautau to load with
engif l thla port f New York.
The Am bk Fuirai ljuceu la at the old tteaushlp
wharf loading for San rrauclco, to sail In about a
wek or leu days.
TheAtn bktue Discovery Is at Ih Esplanade. atMut
all dlachargrd, and now ready for freight, hha will le
turu to th Coast In aboul two weeks,
The llrlt bk Lady Lainpsno Is at th font of Fort st
loading for San traucUto, tot which pott she will sail
11 Am bks Caraileu and Kmerald are at th foot of
Fort at discharging Ihalr cargoes ul IwiuWr
, Th llrlt hk I'acllc blop II at th Ksplanad IsVlcj
, Tha Urit ah Nlncrvh la at th P M S S dock dischsrg.
Tho Khr Uru'i Miller atrhrtl pS th poit en Wtdnes.
stay last fioua baa Francisco, . n I rtockt-ded to Latalua
the earn-day t.. dlerharje her rarcoof toal, which liaa
been aoid to II Tnrton, Ksn,.
The Am t.ktne Monitor arrived at Mahnknna nn the
UHh Inst, with a esrgo of Igmbf r from Humboldt. She
wan tu return In Humboldt about the Iftlh Inat
The achr Clana Nprrcket. I'on.ln. arrived at Kahu.
Inl. on the Wit Inst., from !an r'ranclaco.
A riotous scene oeeiircit Jan 1 1 111. on board the flag-
hip Duke of Wellington, at Portsmouth, because IWof
her aeaman had been ordered to other ship.
The l.arkAmle arrived at Wilmlnclnn Janfthfrom
Port llhkely. and during a heavy blow on the Itlh Inst.
went ashore on Point t-rtman. at the entrance of .
mltigtou llatlxir, and became a total Iom. The -.easel
l owned at thl rnrt and l Inrurtd 'or lO.Mo, on a val
nation of l1,tJ - AIM
The r.ew tillne Kltap, for Hip I'tigd Mill Companr,
wa launched at fcalile, Jan 7th. Mie will br com
manded by Vapt Itoblnson, late of the Kllkllat.
The llrlt lel corvette ''Champion " of Ihe firing
squadron na at Co-intmlxi at last account. Thence
be would proceed tmhe oclily Iflatid and Hanrtwlch
Island, and from tlx-re to Vlclurla. The Klnctlslirr"
alio to arrive at Victoria thla 'prlnr. The "Triumph"
a- ,., in irtiriiu ny wir reinsure I
Mtr.lnn lh A,.
of Hear Admiral Lvcme, who will take command of the
vesaeia on ine racinc siatinn
leave Kngland In Aptli.-.lfirf,
The "SMflsutc" la to
The Am bk Henry Iluck In been chartered to bring
the lumber for the Marine Hallroad, and would leure
PortTownaeud atHint thelMh lnt.
The Am hk Calbarlen, Hubbard, railed Jan Itlh. and
lha Haw tgtnc Pomare, Dreiv, on Jan l.Mh from San
Frnnclaco for this port.
The Falklnburg was loading at San Francisco forthl
port when the sttamrr left, to be commanded by Capt
From Kuri ka per Caaslo llayward Jan. Sift. 515.51
ft Inmbcr.S.M a(t;4i M ahlnglee.Allen A Ilobluson;
and t case lo C. !'. (lardner.
From San Fiar.clco per DIcovery, Jan. SI. C 11
Judd. 40 bale hayi llarkfeld A Co, 8 case flh plates,
I case canned good; II May ,1 Co, 15 case canned
good! V O llerger, 1 ease tei material, tank naptha;
Castle A Cooke, bale packing, in rases hardware, 1
casebooks, 1 cae clothing) K O Hall A Son, SRI case
hardware, 1 ease rubber good, 1 case pencil; llolltsler
A Co, II rase drug. SScate glare! 1 D lluldwln,
1 organ; M Phillip A Co, Ucne clear; Union drain
and Feed Co. 1191 bile hay, ;iO ska bran, SJn k onls,
5isi k barley. .ikgr barley. ll ks wheat, ltd k
corn, 3 rams; A W Pleicc A Co, 51 pkg paint ami ahlp
chandlery; ! tt Lincoln, C5 pkc ini.uldlng, IS likg
harduaiei A W Itlchnrdson A Co, I cure nidse; II F. T
Whalloy. 5U bx p(tfttoe.5Uka oats.ispkggroc; l.ewere
A Cooke, lsTtiHi:a; J T Wnterhousr, u bale hay.M
M brick; Wilder A Co, IK) bales hay. SKI M shingles; K
HntTschheger A C'n.Qca.er, dr good; -tl -Iclnerny, VI
k bean, it k potato-, list bx applea.'Alhx toni aloe ;
A W Hush, 1U pkg furniture; I, sresnttrli, 01 k pota
tatoe. lUbx onlnnr; Order. k M brick and small iikga
for enndrr persona; Wing WoTal t Co,SU bx spirit,
2 ease cigar.
Prompt Towiuend per r.merald. Jan. 53 SW.ir; fl
lumber. HO .M shingles, Ml il lalhs.loTUft sparsu llack
fcld A Co.
vrnm Pt Townsend per Camden, Jan. 55. .131.00 ft
lumber. Ittl.Msi ahlnglee, Stfua latha, 5,119 pickets,
llackfcld A Co.
From San Francisco per General Miller, Jan, 55.-150
ton coal to C, llrewer A Co.
7rom Hremen per Adonl, Jan, 50. 1, llackreld A
Co .TO case beer. : bhl remrul, 1 piano, .tin lull ,nl
Iron, 51 bdl V pet pipe, llu pkg raper, 10 wagon. ir.C
fteel rail, IK.1 bill Dels plntr. 5cac hardwares pkg
boiler, la; pkg axle. 152 pk It It materlal.Spka.iddiery,
45 bale bag., llsj bdl lull", 8 else cor Iron,. "XI pkg
wire. 1U casks shot, 150 bbl beer. :r.i- dem vlnrgar, STji
rast-aindles, IM bbl tar, IKJdem alcohol, KOI pkg Iron
ilJme-toSasket. l!ti pkg md-ej CO. ilorger. ncaee
shot; II. Slangcnwald. 15 pkg chemical appnralna; K.
Ilorlahlaeger A Co. itr.'pkg llqunr; T A sclinefer A Co.
IH roll lead, ST ea.i gioe, 4.11 pVg llquorr. TI dem
liquor; L Ashlborn, 1 case elfectf, J W P Jonta, 1 case
I'rnm Jalnlt per Alaska, Jan. s:i.-E Hoff-chlaerer A
Co, 1 1 pkg mail, s pkg skins.
From Washington Islnml per Jenny Walker, Jan. S3,
J S Walker, i.11 ton lobin.
From San FrancUco, per City of Sydnev. Jan 23rd
Pchaefer A Co, 4 c inde; Haikfcld A Co. 'IS e d inodi;
Lenehan A Co. M c nrcsrrvea; Hleliarilson A Co, 5 pkg
aline, etc; il Mclnemy. 1 c hat; T H Davie. T pkg
mil.;; V a dunning, I pkKi Hlshep A C..S bxe loin;
!,l.l!,'"r 'fc Co- ol J'i,S tobacco, 5 c cigars, T pkg drugs ;
Phillip A Co. Ml pkt gioc; C Oertz. IS c shoe; Klilrr
A I o, Sed goiHl; li Lucas. S pkg indsr; Dlllim.liam
A Co, Sc book, II pkg gla-ware; I'.ollr. A Co, SI tl.n
butter; A ilelll. s e. il -.-noils; M J llose. S pk- noise:
Haw Tel Co, s bx ; .1 T Wnterhouse, ST pkg dry good ;
1- -Merrill, 1 bx; J Aahwnrlli, a pkg plant; Hart llroe,
: c egga and butter; l F Well?, 4 r e- machine, I bx
niii.tr! li U' Ur,rlin. .-I nln--u ... I. 1 ..I
7... . . "Hi, v.fH'.n.ll, ... V1UUIIIB,
131 pk fruit and vegt; and mall pkgs for sund partle.
4U1 pkgtoChlure Ilrm.
Fur San i ranclsco, per J I) Spreckels, Jan Slth TvT,.
!5J lbs sugar, tulbscutlce, II bx betel leave, I4J bncha
bananas. I)om.A'lnc, SS5,'!U.!i.l.
For Australia, per City of Sydney, Jan S5lh T.4CO Iba
rice, Doru. Value, J3T0.
For Lahalna, per Hen Miller, Jan 55-150 tons coal In
transit from San Francisco, Value $1,0,71.
For Kureka, per Casslo llayward, Jan 55-Fpn. Value
.i!?'?.1 h..n ""if llto. per City of Sjdnev, Jan 23.1
W lliladdox and servant. S Svilg, -VI, Tolcr, illsa
Jung, ill, hi. Angler,.! iloon-, hlleymanpon, Chung
Lung, -Ml.r C hllhiMii. Mr and .Mr J U Sl.enctr nn3
chlln. Jlra 1. 1; Hell ami .on, Wm tierman, I. Allmark,
-Mr and Mre'O W iterrliimn. Chun See, -Mr W PTolcr.
ills .Mntlier, ilr and Mrs 1. It Wight. J J King. J '
Stevens, U M Slroone, A W Hush, iira AE Fo.aett.Tom
x nn dee, and to In steerage.
For AncklaSft ifnirsvdney. per City of Sydney, Jan 23
Capt Kennedy, D K Plitrousky, tt Llalnuim.
For San Francisco, per J I) Sprcckel. Jan Sl-ifr
Itliodur, Mr Lenibanh, Jno lliirkc. J 'V Wells, itr Os
mond, W Hasnaii.au.
From ilatshal Is, per Alaska, Jan 53-Capt Tlerner.
ands natlvea. "
From Port Townsend. per Camden, Jan 25th John
From llremcn. per Adonl. Jan SUth Carl Nolle.
WIOHT-WILDEIt-Iii Ilo.ion, Dec STlh. 1SS1. by
O.L. Cheney assl.trd by Iter. John Wc.tall. CuaRLts
L Wiuur to Lac na It. Wiuitn.
SWINTON.I-At the Kesldencc of W. It. Seal,
Esq., ijiklkl, by the Itev. J. A. Cnuan, II. S. Swixtos
Jr., to ilua Saiiaii Ai, both of this city.
v,H,"R"I,?,-0"A,'-VAN-,n """"Inl''. Monday. Jan.
Jlril. Il-e?; UutirniY Hiioui. lo ills Alanr Ciufxas.
Jt.."0,V.,lu.!.,.J',nuar, K"1 1M:. Infant ton of Mr,
and Mrs. C t . Mart
in Itoston. January 2d. 1SS2. Mrs. Ann E. Newell,
mother Capt. A. W, Newell of theb-irk Amy Turner.
Till-. .S.T:t).t l-III.NS
Published or the SaTintiav Piies AsaotuTmN by
Hook, Job and llrneral Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
Notice of any events of Interest transpiring on the
other Islands ulllalweva be thankfully rccelied for
publication. Correspondents ate requested to append
their true names in .11 ir..t,,,.,,iri,,i..M. .,, r... ....ki..
callon necessarily, but a guaranteo.'lhat tho wrltir
I acting In good faith.
J.iSUARl' 'JS, ltf2.
The Maloincnt that " Mr. Gibson hna licon
Mtlrriiif; up the nntivva to tlitcniitctit with tho
whilcn," in now Knhl y die Jthrrlistf to bo
" wlmlly iiiitriicj" anil it in urgcil Hint
" llioro cutintit lio proilm-cil the evitletico ofn
8inj;lo itetioii or titlcraiito in biipport of t)io
tilicgfitifiti." In tlefetico of a por6onnl tlti
clniiner in tho matter he ttcals lila reatlcr, tan
is Ills wont, In a rccuiicI oml lengthy eilillpn of
what ho hast upun former occuaions imttle
public A largo degieo nf vanity nml n lovo
of mitoriety, at wliatovnr cont, tninetiinei
prompt men to urpa upon tlio pnlilio
claims to credence ami reupcct unftini.eil in
lium.iii cxporienco; ami it leemj to tu that
what Mr. IVtliavii auiil to the imlivesi in 187(1 ii
as irrelevant lo the point at present in .mm as
what he mill to tho natives year liofciro, as
tho High Prion of tho Order of Mclchisodeo
nml tho Uh.cf President d tho Chinch of the
Latter U.iy Saiiitu in thttPacifio. When
man is artaigncd luforij the bar of justice,
a previous und sustaintd goixl character is
adnilasible in ovidenco to lo conaidercd with
that purely circumstantial, which may bo
brought tipaiitit him ; but such is never al
lowed in rebuttal of direct testimony to any
Kesders of the Satubihv Pnr.3s will havo
observed by tho history of Mr. Uibson lately
publiibed heir, that hi views on vuriutis
matters of piiblio import have vciy maletially
cluiigsd with thu progress of ccnls and tho
march nf time; and if himtclf blind tu the
breaches ho has voluntarily made In the kind
of evidenco ho would now sot up in his own
favor, it Is no reason for supposing that poo.
ply generally arc tu Ul hood-wiuked thereby.
Of ill diseases audi blindness is thejeaal
llOIlIlS-.At Washington Iland, on Nov 1 HI., while,
handling cartridge of giant powder, llr.siiT llonn,
eon. ul the I.mc John Ilobhs, of Kauai. He lingered fur
IS day. when death put an end to hlssntTcrlng which he
bore with unspeakable fonilude. Ill remain were
Inte-rrri at Washington island. He leaves a wife and
cbl il tooeoloro hi l,i.
Now where, ainco .Mr. (lih-iun'it aaatimption
of tho Kditarship of the 7iVe, had tiny word
of friendly nympvithy towards the foreigner
(wlifto skin) appeared in Hint paper utitcrij it
liai been to n(pero them na a clana, by nn
expression of friendship ntid nympathy for
certain individunls tif that color who havo
brought Ihcmaelvci Into bail odor with the
citicasinii element in golicrnl ? Hi keokto
(white skin) nml iVi ulaiilti (red skin) have
been Ihe 'terms nacd throughout the riislcnco
of that paper to keep distinctly beforo tho
minds nf its leaders (ill ulntila) tho lin-i
which tluniarkn and tlistingulshcs the whiln
mnn from the unlive, ntid " we," from tho
context nf tho A'W, is nlwajs to bo inferred
nt directly alluding to tho Intlcr race, Krom
Ihe tiller nbsclico of expressions of nympathy,
or respect, towards foreigners as a cim.;
from tho frttpient nllusioiis to wrongs siis
tniticd by the natives d rrM, mid lor none
other, 'and from pointed allusions to nets In
consistent with the wolfnro of tho natirr, and
a reminder of who tho delinquent wef'e by n
reforence to color, all points lo Ihe truth of
the chnrge which he would now deny before
his foreign renders, llut ihe mini that would
call a record of his own life published from
reliable sources, nml largely endorsed with
his own liimd in writing, " tho mndo tip story
of n cnnvlrtcd thief, dead theso many jenrs,"
it would bo difficult indeed to mete tho extent
to which his unscrupulous nml brazen
cITrontcry will lead hint In his denial of truths
written in chnrncteis that may bo rend from
the moon. Cult any olio read tho following
statement mndo by Uibson in Ihe Ailterllter of
Inst Saturday, and then the sequent quota
tions from his native jfipcr, nml imagine a
grosser insult to tho common Intelligence of
bin foreign readers than tho first will carry
with It? "Mr. (libson, in all his intorcoiisro
with tho Hawaiian people having any refer
ence to public question., has been particularly
concilliatory and conservative. Ho has never
advised or taught nnylhing contrary to tho
most cordial frutcruizutiou of races. His
antagonists know this, and of course at this
time, they are not seeking, ntid do not want
the truth, when a lio servo their turn better."
(Krom tho EltUof Oct. 13th. 1880 we quote:)
"Tlio return mad by the foreigners for tho
benefits and thu kiiidtietis shown him in u bit
ter one. Finding himself rich, and that his
ntlairs tire prosperous, und thinking this a
good opportunity to put down tho impover
ished Hawaiian, tho foreigners says to him,
'you can go to tho bail: your rich lands, ntid '
the fat places in your Oovernment aro now
ours : you aro no lunger needed, and thercforo
you, the natives of thu soil, mid your children,
must go to tho wall.' " Again, when
Wyllio wnsMinislor, ho was tho truo friend of
the Hawaiian people," He (mid the Oovern
ment of this land belongs to the true-born
Hawniians; and Judd also said tho samo. .
And who can deny tho truth of Ihca wurds
which wcro spoken by theso friends of Ha
waii. Shall they ? " (meaning the foreigners).
EMe, Oct. Oth, I860.
And, "what people can bo regarded as a
icacenblo and law-abiding people, who
shall impudently and arrogantly, go beforo
tho King and say, 'jour acts tiro wrong,
thercforo do you immediately accedo to onr
desires, for wo havo no confidence ? ' What J
shall wo think of such people? " Shall we
not regard them nn opposure,. as rebels?
EUle, Sept. lSlh, 1860.
A lio certainly docs not suit us belter than
tho truth, hs Mr. Gibson nsscrts. If It did,
we would bo on bettor terms with him, and
bo ready to acknowledge onr obligation to
him Tor his important services in this particu
What Mr. Olbeon wrolo in tho El-lt in the
latter part of lr80, has been kept up in spirit
over since ;.aud if ho I. as any popularity among
tho Hawaiian! to-duy, it is tho direct oil
spring of tho raco antagonism ho has always
cultivated in that paper. And ho has not
been remiss with such nn object in
view, to torture facts and figures and
invent phantoms nnd chimeras to his own
onds. Latterly, perhaps, Ih'hi attacks on for
eigners have been less open ami more insidious;
but tho spirit und motive which actuated
tlitm from the beginning is now neither dead
nor abated. It is but a little tiino tduco when
ho informed his native readers that threats of
harm to his employer, John Sheldon, had buen
made anonymously through tho post by letter,
in case, this young man persisted in serving
his employer. But, he did nut fail to inform
his readers that tho missilo was not the pro
duction of a nulitt. It was insinuated that
the alleged opistlu was tho work of a forcignc.
If wo could beliuvo that such a threat wiib
over mado by any one, wo would ask by
what process of reasoning tho inference, as to
its niithartdiip could bo made, unless by tho
supposition that as tho champion of native
righlH, as contradistinguished from thono of
Ihe foreigners, ho had incurred tho ill will of
the latter J
Mr, Gibson would now also deny his politi
cal friendship for Moreno, "during tho exclt
ing period of AugtiHt, I860;" but his paper
from that date on for many months, was sur
feiting vylh letters, and other matter, highly
commendatory of this gentleman. Wo cannot
heio afford space fur quotations, but could
give thorn in dozens ; and we deem it tiuneccH
ttnry to establish a fact so universally known.
Our nKilogy for introducing Mr. . Oibann
ngnin to our readers, in a slightly varied nl
tilude and garb is, that " there nrc friends, or
a candid and unbiased portion of the com
munity, but partially und imperfectly informed,
to whom it is u duty to impart correct informa
tion. For the sake of such, wo recall a few
incidents which will clearly show Mr. Gibson's
altitudo in the consideration ol mutual race
It has been thought by many who hv ex
pressed themselves, that tho proHiatl amend
ments to the constitution in regaul to the pro.
perly qualification of representatives if fiimlly
passed, would directly conduce tu tho return
of moro reliable men as a rule than havo
hitherto been returned as representatives of
the people, llut the soundness of such a pro
position wo very much doubt, and are inclined
to bclievo from what has foregone, thut under
tho existing laws regulating the adjudication
of claims tu membership in legislative repre
sentation, it would make very little difference
in regard to the return, whether the qualifi
cations required were a nil or were raised to
such a htaiidard as would legally exclude all
but tneu of profound ability end Immense
The lw allays that the legislative body
Itself shsll judge of the qualifications of ill
own members, ud members ate sworn in a
such, upon the production of certificate of
election from the Inipectors thereof, Literal
ly then, any man receiving n majority of voles
from tho electors of n district is virtually a
member of Ihe IcgMattvo body unless after
wards disqualified by a determinate majority
of tho whole house Itself. Under such a
rule, cver representative to a man, tuny havo
been lilei.dly illegally elected j but having
becotno sworn In nil, Irrespective of tlio
legality of their election, aro empowered lo
pnss upon tho eligibility of ntty particular onr.
It is a venerable nnd trito sttylng, that people
who livo in glass houses should not throw
stones, nnd It Is neither unnatural nor unlike
ly that such n suggestion should be acted up
on by members of the Legislature as woll as
by persons in other positions of life. Under
such suppositions however, we would not bo
understood to infer ill any case tlio probability
of a general, or even majority election, of
legally disqualified representatives, although
compelled lo admit the possibility. Hut it is
very corlnln that any person not legally
clcctod himself, unless hobo devoid of ordi
nary reasoning capacity, is not likely to bo
tho one to rxposo tho worthlessncss of tho
credentials of his neighbor, and in many
cases of this sort tho disqualification is not
uuivorsally known j but confined to n person
or two and they again may as well bo un
qualified as otherwise. In matters of this
kind, n man onco have becomo olected, and
having assumed his functions ns a member,
the burden of proof ns to his legal disablity
rests upon those making rucIi nn averment,
and it would ofton bo u tedious and difficult
business involving labor and dolay to prove n
charge, however wull founded in right, espe
cially in rcferonco to such ns may como from
distant districts. Setting theory nsido how.
ever ; no ono who has resided hero for any
length of time, nnd Is at all familiar with tho
legislative machinery of tho country, will bo
disposed to doubt tho great disinclination
ovlnccd by the legislative body to disqualify
any member onco sworn in a a representative.
Our memory fails us if thero has been an in
stance where a member has been compelled to
vacate his seat in the House for legal disquali
fication, wliilo wo do know of cases in which
ineligibility has alroady existed, and wherein
proof lias, or could readily havo bouu given
of it. Many at evory session sit in the Houso
who are, without donbt, ineligible ; who do
not understand accounts; who not only do not
" own real estate to a clear vnlilo over and
abovo all incumbrances to tho amount of
.S00," ns required by tho constitution, "or
who have an nunital income of at least $250,
derived from samo lawful employment," but
havo no real catnlo nnd no lawful employ
ment in the strict seuso of tho words, A per
son onco in Ihe Legislature ma)- remain thero
if wo judgo by the past, in violation of any
and alt stipulated requirements, excepting
perhaps ileciilcd lunacy or idVicy, Two for
eign members some years since, held their
seats in direct contrariety with tho provision
of tho constitution requiring domiciliation
within tlio Kingdom during tho year " im
mediately proceeding thoir election," notwith
standing that the m itter was woll vontilated
at tho timo in the local papors, and discussed
in the House itself.
In view of such facta thon tho absurdity of
such restrictions as nre legally imposed, l
manifest; and it has beo'ii remarked by nn
ablo author 'that inoperativo .Iawa are worsu
than none. ,So wo beliovo, and for that roa
Hoti, nnd in appreciation of tiro tieceisity of
eonse. qualificationsin trTosB ffsstioilng to re
present (ho people- in Leg'tdntivo Council,
deem il Un tho interests of all that some
method bo adopted to insuro that such quali
fications as aro fixed by law shall be carried
out and enforced, and ns tho Legislature,
while themselves acknowledging tho neces
sity, havo nleo proved themselves incom
petent to deal witli tho matter, it would behoove-
all parties concerned to look for a
remody elsewhere This object wo bclitvo
could bo attained by some arrangement re
quiring that credentials of qualification should
bo prcsouted to the Inspectors of election
prior to the admission of names in candida
ture, and that peramn running without such
certificate should havo no votes counted in
their favor. In order to effect such u change
an amendment to tho Constitution would bo
necessarj ; but as to tho amendments alroady
proposed in regard to property qualification,
it could have beou fixed by law according to
Article 63 of. tho Constitution,
THE AMERICAN TARIFF.
The political economists of America hnTo
been waiting for n period in which high pro
tective tariffs would bo discussed nnd under
stood by tho people. It was hardly to bo ex
pected, however, that abstract reasoning
would, for a long time to come, securo any
modifications of such tnrifTs. Actual nnd ad
verse experiences are much moro persuasivo.
Death from bail ventilation secures better san
itary conditions than thu must elaborate argu
ments in favor of improved dwellings. Just
now iho Americans aro beginning to agitato tho
subject uf mincing the high tariffs. Why?
Heretofore no attention has been paid lo the
talk of tho free-traders. Tho argument of tho
high tariff men was simple, easily understood,
nnd lo tho point, Thoy said: "You farmers
must find n inurkct fop your produce. If we
have no protective tnrifTs there willjbe po
manufactories, to laborer, 'aiul tin demand for
your produce, so yon will gel nothing for your
corn and wheal," " Tho farmers said this wn
a gno.l argument, for they wanted to get good
prices for their produce. For twenty years
this argument has prevailed, nnd the high
tariff people have had it all their own way.
llut now a very strong and direct argument
tho other way has come. The American far
mers are selling a vast amount of produce to
1'iU rope, and nre getting back every year souio
hundred of millions of dollars. Thoy don't
need protection lo bring them a, market. They
aro beginning lo say to tho high tnritf people :
' We don't uaio for protection; wo can sell
our produce without building fuctoricstu make
a market for it, Tho . Kurupeati is better than
the home, lleiides, we must pay you about
donblo tho prices naked in Kngland for tho
same goods, because yon are protected." Tho
vast consumption iu Kuropo of American pro
duce is doing more to secure free trade than
nil the arguments of Adam Smith, John Stuart
Mill, Iiowcn, Perry and Sunnier. The farmer
bsgius to sco thut his market is secure without
protection, mid that he can buy nice thiuge at
cheaper rates in countries where thero Is no
protection. This uew order of things Is about
to revolutionize American ideas about political
economy. The writers on political economy
must be provoked lo sotue now reflections
vrhvii they dwell upon the niter failure of their
elaborate srgumeuU to produce any effect In
moving tlio reason of tho working classes,
while a simple visible fact which appeals per
sonally to every man, works a revolution In
thought. Tho final result will bo tho destruc
tion of that artificial nnd unhealthy growth of
trade produced by extrcino protection.
W'r. commend to onr roadcrs the corrcs
pnudenca of thu Chamber of Commerce nnd
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs, with Ihelcttur
ol tho U. S. .Minister Itcsidcnt, on our fourth
page, relative, lo Iho slanderous attacks on tho
interests uf Hawaii, which speaks plainly for
Thelarget Ktock oftlent's while anil colored Mhlrla
(fat colors) Just recehed per .Mlmr ' Cllr of Sjilnev,"
can he seen at the Honolulu Clothing Kuiporlum,
two A. M.-MRI.I.ISi, 101 Fort St.
The Itegnlar I'rajrer Meeting of the V, It. C. A. will bo
IIK1.I) im:rtr SUSllAV F.Vi.NI.N11 at the Vestrv of
Fort Street Church. Services commenclngat6tlJ.
All Ilaptlt, and all who believe It, Ilaptlst princi
ples. In the Hawaiian Kingdom are requested to confer
bjr teller with HAl'TIST,
Care Satuiiiut 1'nr.",
"I st Honolulu, Oahu.
Wm. (Irlmann, -Merchant Tailor, would notlfe tho
Honolulu public of hi Intention In vllt bv the next
Steamer from San Francisco, nhrri ho will be liappv to
attcud to Ihe want of nil customers In his Sartorial
I.lne. Measure taken and Choice Samples exhibited.
Ill large experience n a Culler and Fitter of fashion
able Clollilng In Sun Francisco, enables him to place
confidence In his ability to satisfy thu rciulri'metita as
nidi a may extend hlin their patronage.
Place of business In San Francisco!
Tt-3". M. 0011 .MONTHOMIitiV 1ST.
'Jill. I'.MM.IIMII.M.II lit IMNTtlllAVK
M. for a few Horses on Kulnok.ihua Plains.
W.M. o, SMITH.
Honolulu- .fannaty -Blh. lfMa.
HMVO Oil THIlKKTKNOnSIXOKItS
X. for Hie llethel Choir. Any gentlemen with n fair
know Ivdgi of rending, and willing hi give their services,
will be welcomed at thu practice, at the Church. (IN
H.vrUIIHA V liVKNIXII. at 7fl o'clock. T It
Ladies' Attention I
Miss Nctta Joflertls,
OF SAX FKAXCISC'O, IS IX Ho
nolulu on a short atay.to leach n no and Perfect
.Milhort of Cutting and Filling by the Tollor' Sounrc.
Leave Address at No. :n Fort Si 71 lm
S mi m -a ,,-..
of Lanai "
WILT UK 1SSU121) SIIOIlThY IX
Pamphlet Form. Parlies delrlng copies will
please leave orders, or address
'"t THUS. (1. TIlltUM. Publisher.
HAV1XG IIHKX Al'POJXTKJ) .V
...,.ll.,.:,.u.l'f''ll"'c""rt Administrator of the Klale
of I Ll.K.N 1'. IIAllltIS, late of Honolulu, deien-eU.
AH Hereon havlm nttv rLilnt. .mln.i --i.i i. ..,..
an notltlt-rl to present the sumo fur payment In the
undersigned within six mouths from thla dale, or they
will be torever barred
W. F. AM.KN.
Honolulu. .Inn. 31th. 18S2.
1 4 lm
A COUNTRY STORE
IN KAHALUU, KONA. AND KAINALIU, KOKA,
Willi Houses, Lease or Lands nnd a (ieneral
Stock or -Merchandise, Suitable Tor
tile Kona Trade. Also,
CATTLE. .HOUSES AND MULES !
As the abovo has to be sold wllhlii Thirty Days, par
lie wishing lo punlii.- will please upply,a toou ua
possible, tu UUO KIM.
Administrator Esuto uf Awo, In Kahaluu A Kalnallu.
MEETING NOTICE !
A rUIJLTC MEKTJNM W-LLLJIE
ON MONDAY tV'NG NEXT
Jan. 20th, at 7:30 o'clock,
AT THE LYCEUM !
Formation of nu Athletic Association
All persona Interested In tho subject of
are earnestly Invited to attend.
74 it l-EK onnr.n.
FIREMEN ATTENTION !
THE AN. Ill A I. PARAltK OI'THC
HONOLULU FIRE DEP'T.
WILl, TAKE l'LACK-ON
Friday Evening, February 3rd,
And the Member of tho sen-Mi Companies aro
dliecled lo provtdo Ihemselvea with full
yircman'a Dress, ct Ihe
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM!
Wtioro the regulation
CAP, SHIItT, NECKTIE, and also,
Can be l'urchasert for the small sum of $1P0.
r Hy Order o
S A. M. M ELLIS,
' It Nn. IU4 Kort Htreet.
A GOVKHN'KsjS I'Olt HKVKUA D
r children. In a family. Musical traliilm: deslrrd,
especially for tracilnx pljvlncim Ihe Plana, lunulrn
nf (XHH 71 Uf Y. A. M HAKr-KU lio
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.,
IinportlnK anil Manufacturlug Statlonsjn
Publisher, News Dealers, Boole
Binder and Paper Ruler.
11) .t at Merchant Street.- Honolulu, II. , MS so
-!OU- KNSItLltU. o. SMIUXS,
O. ENOZstNO & CO-
No. .I'Nuaanu Street,
Tlnamtth and Plumber. Dealers la Store,
llanges, Tin, tthact Iron nnd Copper Ware, keep eon
slanily on hand full assortment of Tinware, Ualvan
I J d Iron and Lead t'lpe, India Itubber llose, Ac., Ac
MR. CIIAHI.KN liKHNI.I.K. I'l'l'll. OF IIR.
Hans Von llnlnw will be glad to play Classical
Musical evening p-trtlea on moderate term. Leasona
given In iauofortfi playlnc II.IU per leon, If within
alf a mill of the l'ost (Idliv, beyouil that Ji tu. Cum
municallon left al WKl.f.V Music Mora will bo
promptly attended In. Tt feo'J am
WM. GUI MANN,
Tt Xu. fO!l Montgomery tit. Kan Francisco. Cala. ly
Stl-UI.Ht.-OtllMIMItTllt: IIAMAIIA! IN.
LANDS. In tho matter of Ihe Kaia'leof JEllr.--MlAlt
o'.NKIUIats or Honolulu, deceased. In l'io
bate. At Chambers. Worn ilr nuallce -McCully.
On readln: and Bllns ihe petition and acronnta of
Alciandvr -1. Cart-rrlshl, Aduilulstratur of tho e.talu
of .'crruilab O'.Ncll, ITils of Honolulu, Oahn, deceased,
wherein hoask lo bo allowed JI.MS.e-.', and chaises
hlmsell with SI,0T.i7, and asla thai the aaiue, may rj
etamlned audappiuveil, and thai a flual (id.r maybe
madeol dlstribdtlou nr the property rcmalnlns Iu his
hands lo the pcir-uus thcrvu. inilUt-d.aml dlseharitlni;
him and hla surctlea front all further iraponslMllly as
It la ordered, that WEDSKSDAY. th I51h day of
f hllItllAlt. A. I'. IMl.at ten o'clock a. . before Ihe
aid Justice, at Chambers, In the Court House, at Hon.
ululu, b and Ihe aani hereby Is appointed as tho time
and plain for hearlne said petition and account., and
Ibatali persons Interfiled may Ihen and there appear
anil .how cause. If auy they have, why Ihe same ahonld
not b ranted, and may pre sent evidence aa la who aro
entitled lo said property. And that Ibis order, In Iha
Eajllah laugoaje, be published Iu Iha -Halurday fress,"
a newspaper printed and published In Honolulu, lor
three, uccsatiro weV. prevloua tu the lime therein
appolnu-d fur said heartue.
J la lea at Honolulu, , 1., thla Tlh day of Jauuary,
Allc.lt Justice ol the liuprcoie Court.
A. Koaa, Uepaty Clerk of tho bupicwe Cwtul.
3 1V lOlV
A. "W. BUSH, Manager.
i j- - i
Hay, Grain and Mixed Feed
OF ALI DESCRIPTIONS,
FOR STOCK OF ALL KINDS !
O TJ 21. Tt? TL
The Cnllfnrnln liny nml (Irnln of the (,'omjmiijr l.i or Villi Y HtM't.ltlOK QUALITY, Sclcclcil
Caroriillj- lij- tho Jlniinper During n Itccenl Visit to thp Const.
ON HMD, 2000 lUillll SACKS OF GRAIN
WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
Very Best of Hcny o,i3.a. Gtrcvln. i
Ami can Bell tlto enmo AT THK I.OWKST 1IATK8, A8 VK JHJY I.A1I(KT,Y ANI) FOIt CA8U.
lo IIiomi CotiHtiinnrs who lmve licrt'tnfnro lmxirtod for 'I'liotuaelvra, woHolldt tlielr l'nt
ronii(-o, IrustliiK wo cnti kIvo KntUrnctlon, thercliv nnvltii; them timo nml littxir.
Cnrcful Attention (Slvcn to Iho Shljiplng or Ortlers to the Other Islnntls.
Largo Afltliiloiinl .Supplies aro now on tlio way per Eureka ami
Knliikiiua. ar All Orders lo ho Sent to
CliOSOTG OUT SAL.E!
Saturday Afternoon, Jan. 28th,
At 2 p. m., Mr. E. P. Adams will sell
AT THE STORE OF S. MAGNIN,
src-. loo fsioxv-f sMrrxiariiEif.
A LARGE VARIETY OF ARTICLES CONSISTING OF
SILKS AND SATINS.
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
Ladies' and Children's Hose, white and colored;
Ladies' Underwear, Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes.
And a Large Quality of Goods too Numerous
C3TG00PS IVILL BE SOLI) IN SMALL L01S TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
POIl SAN -FRANCISCO.
TIIK NEW CI.II'l'KIt llAltKKXTINK,
iUid IIOUD1.KTT. la.lcr, aU
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For Frelg'U or t-uaaafti, apply to
rS:i73 W.M. (. IUWIN t Co., Agents.
For San Francisco.
Tho American 111 rk
1-Xeleii "W. A.liy
Will have quick diipatch for above port.
For Krclcltt or 1'aasat:, applr In
ft.'J n CASTI.K A COOKE. Aecnt.
For San Francisco.
Th. American narkentlne
if PKiimsiAx. iiuin.
Will have Uuiclc Diipatch for above Fort.
ror lecixht or passacc apply to
88:1 II. 1IAOKFBLD & CO., AKfnt.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
' F. O. ItAVENS. Ma.lcr.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovePori
For freight or paasa-jo apply to
J!"? F.A.bClIAEFEIt-tCo.. Acenti.
FOIt SAN HUKcfsCO.
.Qt THE AMKItlCAX HAItK a
SSSL "FOREST QUEEN," &l
Will have Quick Dispatoh for the above Port
For Freight or passage, apply In
" 'w T. II. llAVIKa ,t CO.. Acenls.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TUB Al llHITIHII IIAItK
Will have quick dispatch for above port,
For frtlibl or pasMce, applr In
fB TJ 0, lUtEWEIt 4CO , Agent..
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
TUK MPLK-IDin HT-t.AMs.llll
C ITY op NKW YORK
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRiKCISCO
On or about Monday Feb. 13.
FOR SYDNEY ViTaOCKLAND !
Till: HrLt.---.lJll MTKAMMIIII
On or about Saturday, Feb. 19 tb,
7or Crc-gUl an4 Faaxe. api'lrl"
DMiu. II, IIACKiTKt.UA(O.,A.0ls.
Jua4 lor Mhlsaa.u4icr MKattaier rmi nun
Urn sstorc-il. Vw sal lastr. Iu llt f lre.irso-l
H - arar Ik. Hlrssisitr M bssrr.
a BftEWKft & COS
BOSTON LIN10F PACKETS
4fit T.ME k "MAIITIW UAVIH." HILL BK
rffft dJ"e'"1 ,n!a Woton for HoQololu oo tr
l&tk D7 r Mar B.st.
Porsoua Isl.bln loofdrr ,vw1. .hl..l l. ikl...Ml
shoold mall orders oa or Ixfore Mann I.Uh. rot
(Bjilstr i-aitkBUia jily to
r -i ..
O. UHX Wi. ft A CO.
TZ- IF" 3E3 33 3D !
A. "W. BUSH,
MANAOKU OF TJNION FKKT) CO.
E. P. ADAM8, Auc'tr.
I M ANI CM.
Steamer Llfcrllkc will learo Honolnln eachfuculny
at -I r. x., touchlnR at Lahattia, Xaalaea 1 ny, Makrna,
Mahukona, Ktmaluae. l-unpahorlioe and Illlo.
Itftumlns will touch at all the lbor. potia, arrlrlnc
at Honolulu cacli Sunday a. M.
mr Ho 4'reillt for I'stssMSji- Matairjr. -m
Wo positively refuse to open account for Faasacca,
and as particularly call the attention of the traveling
pulillc to Iho necessity of liatltix lla-garo and t'rtichl
plainly marked; Ihe riteamcr will not be reapon.llil
ilor any unuiarked Uajicace, or for Frclnht or I'arcels,
unless Us-rt-lslal issr.
Fralitht Mono Da on Demand.
In all catj of rr.l-lit for pattlca not responsible, or
unknown, tho Irrlj-ht money will be Feqnlred In advance
lAl'HM.l-N or I.IUHOMH "Mst MI.1EM Mm.
UK I'l.AINI.Y NAHKKM
For the party whom they aro for. tu- plainly stated In the
receipt to whom they art consigned.
Allilcmanda for damage nrloaa must be made within
In no way liable for losa or accident to lite; atock.
X-er' Hack Drlvrra. Hoy, and uch like, will not ha
allowed nn hoard tlio hteatner on arrival, until after th
paoettjera hat a been landed.
ti WIM)l:n CO.
A. FBtANK COOKE,
AOBNT rOKTHE FOLI.OWINO COAbTKHK:
Wallelo, y- MTalol
WniolL JjtM JU
Wal.hn, Mbdv -WalButlo,
Gao. i-i T-at y Ksalnaa,
KI.AO-Itoil wllh While Hall. UOlce-Comer of One eh
rM and Nuoano flreela. l
From Honolulu to Hilo DiretM.
The A 1 Cllppor Schisoner,
3W" MA IjOUO,2L
Will aall from Honolnln to llllo direct, and will call tt
hitTJ'H""'" V"'!' on. ,! fietn fjrJi
For KrclEht or rsu;, apply in lia fapt-aln on hoard.
' "" oi A. FltASI; COOKE, Agent. '
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Jtt O. Brawer A Oo.-Agnt. !&.
," Jereiianair. recalrra Mlaraa. rroe.ae ii
and liberal cash advancea made nn ahlpmenla by thla 'I
" Tot j o. HHKWiCnAC'U. l
F. A. HARZTDEir,
BK08 T) NOTIFY TIIK 1'imXIC
tint he will leavo for Han Kranclsto on or alxiut
Having ai-curcd the co-uperatlpn of an experienced
Cullforula and Eastern Marktita,
fie feels warranted In, aollclllns comrolssloua for Iba.
Dry Coods, ''
Fancy ArtlclM, tfto.
From any Point in the Units-' ;
Any VTiUr left wllh Ir. W. P-Tolrr will rM-lvn I
proiii(i ifrutlou, ana tfoJ orUerfd will bt Ccllrricd ,1
imuwW Ml -UUltJQ,
sttsT" Cltti nv ttrftxri stltititd irtrnmninir rt ttAm
Cunimlnloin modeMi-. AIH wl(U Utiitca tnd Ion fit ,1
-- WIIITItt " M 111
AT TER AlflllAI. MKirriKl mf THR
Ka.t Maul lu;sr I'lauUllou l-'o,, hM al the oatlra
of U, llrtarr-kC'u. on Monday. January 1st, IMW, th.
follotrlna crstcrrs were alrcle-j for lb. ensuing ynsri
&rriru".-" : ' ;' V. '
VUl.l'rcaldept. ,....A. II, opsnt.r.
Vecieuiy and Tisasarrr ,...F.l'. Jv.,-lr.
Aaditor... ......... .......... ....... W. V. It ,n
tllreclors W, F. AlUu, A. II. Ni.eh.-er, F. U Joow. 4.
Tilt V.V lUNItrl.J.,. feetrtlaty.
FEED ! FIXD t
tit 11 o is k UAit ia:v, :. o uoiJNii
sat knit (I IjV
f v i vai-r. J
and W. It. blw
LIMX ! IDB !
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