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11 V E. P. ADAMS.
AUCTION SALE I
Saturday, Jan. 28th, 1882
Wuv -xk A M at the Stored
Tli. Entire- i xV and Vlltnrc. will be Sold
for Cash without reserve.
tim: sruc'H ut.Nirs on
Fin-" MfwSwn Pipes, Fine Mer.rHiam
( irat Holder., Fin Mer.ch.nm I .vtsetie
H.-'der''. Flo Amber t'lga' llold.ri. Moth
p-n-. Tolucen P,wiene. Purtr. lit triToml
Met.ekaari Pip.. Fin Clt.r. and T'llunn,
t'tf.relt. ami ftoer, Htlnres. Connive, ana ,
St t'lt'i l"nlr..Tao it and Ut h. i
Hnndsomo Mirror, Chnnciollor, '
fourburnors; nnd n lot of
I l Alt. MM, Atscl'r
11'KATi I5fJTArr.K !
On Saturday, January -JSIh, l.SS'J,
At IJ o'clock noun t Sales lloora,
1 Will Offer fop Snie nt PuMlo Auction.
That rertalt plee.' of parcel of Land ! Kvllhl. ()ho,
lih all Hit. IlalMln andTmencnts thereon, nnr
tinned and occupied br J. C MollLon, ami situated
ahiut3UTanl minks of the tntln rued, near Mr. Nab
Itf's new hests. contalnlm: as tre of 1 &;-ldl acrr.
Half nfih lindl'ln Kalo pate ti, of which there
ate lt rhere I. a new- hine anon the properie. con
taining t Parhtr. a Iledrooms. t fllnlnt: rim. Kitchen
ami panlrv. There l Io a Ivrje Chlckan Home and
Chicken Um.l Viz Pen.
A good Woll with Force Pump,
t C Deeds at Purchase t expense
E. P. ADAMS, Auc'lr.
REGULAR CASH SALE
FKH. 2 ml,
nt fi Room,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
A Full and Complete Invoice o
Fancy Cviinn Sblrtt,
MolcAIn oeU Camfre
Milrt and Oicralli.
A LINE OF NEW GROCERIES.
53 Bxs. Choice Confectionery.
Sacks JJrown Suqar,
Snck.s Corn, Sacks Oats.
Sacks Potatoes, &c.
E. 1. AD.Uls, Ancl'r.
Valuable Rice Plantation aud
.ZV.t 3tPxi.TjU.o .T-xotlomLl
Notice of Foreclosure of MortRnge.
rfiiit:u.Mii:iiMs.M:iMiivi: miiici; that i
m. In BCctrdaDce with tbeptiwerof .air contalnfd j
In acctaln derd of moitrise cltfa br Makl and Ahalia
to Kd lluffaciilarer A Cu ualrd the 31tt dj of Decrm
lr !). rraurdrd lu lltxc U, folio. 4JU. t, 4'.'i thrj
Intend to Jut rclo the .aid mortrar- .'f'.tfrVocVlSil
ruou. of K. I. Adam. r.ntiara In Vloecn trt llouolula,
On Haturdaythelllhdnjrof FebrttarT, l&b2,
at I J o'clock noon, all the prptr coraprUcd In .aid
TSIJTrIi'jlT'VALUin.E nif-n ".antatios
of Makl and Ahana -.llnated In al, Bitlriet of
Ewa. I.land of O.ha. held for n uneiolied l.rm uf
flfteVn Virifron. the Sr.t d.y of May. Ift, rmoj rl .I..R
about OKTV-TIIKEE ACHES OF KICK I AJb lt
an abondanra ot water for Irrlf atlon, of which a,-J a re
arr broken p rrady for colli at'on, and hare lei led
about four ton. of paddy to an a.Te perjrai ;;"''
thelmpnrtrinent.,hU:n'arUycon.l.Uot 1 large two
.lory dwelllBj hon.e, the iotr prt tKlnR nsei a a
.(orihoir.r; I l-t,ry dmelllnp hoa.e; I utciien. etc.;
w.klnSon and h..rr, an ntoijhatatmJ.Tb
aeea at ih oce of Ed. Ho&chlaetr .t Lo. where the
leaie mar al he Inspected, hulllclent .eed ha. ben
,o . 10 plant aboot slaere. of the abore ld.
M:Ci.M. THE UICE JIU.1. O) SAM AND
AHAXA alluated alWalawa aforeaaid adjoining tnclr
met Plantation, mo aoorc nm i im.. wrr
. - . nt 4 i.m .....riitr,. Tho mill cou-
alittof I lanr-to-.t..ry mill boa, eeonulnlnsnew and
compUi- mhlueiy for bnlllns ami poll.blnG ''"w1'il;
waterwheelanH all cunoilon maunfictoitU In 1MI
br lloooiuin Iron WorkM 1 large atorthoa.; of nor-In-
capacity of about ton. paddy; I one-.lory
d.lU.S hu.e f ',-10l.KaEIILAEE A CO.
AIAO at tho larac time and place will Ue .old the
Ie of F1E ACHBOF KCK L.V.ND at 1 1 abort
d"ane from the bore tlce planlatlou ai Av .law.
a orefldUclcdlngaguod landlnj. held for an unex
nlrrdtrmo( tb ttecn yeai.lnm.thrl.ldayof JuIt.
FSi at mn anunal rent ol JtODi hl. Und I. rnblet for
ik. -hole tern, .. ..., llluKK CO..
E. I'. AU.VMa, Anctloneer.
GUWDIW'S SHE Of REAL ESTATE.
VALUABLE PIECE OF RICE UNO T WAIAHQLE,
rr C O Xi -A- XT.
VIllTL'K OFIVX OKDKi: Ol'
kiiKmiisd be tho Hon. A. V. Jedd.t-hlef Jos-
tM-e..fth-.aprenie C'oart. .Illlng In Probate, on the
17th dar ol Jaauary. .V. D I i and by order of KAHl
M? t, n.ruua of KAIPE, Ik.,) a mltor, the ouder
alesad will el,ai Public Auction
Tobruary 2Bth. 1882,
Vi is o'clock no-.n. at
his Salea Hooro, tjoeen Mieet
W ADDITION TO USUAL STOCK,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED !
Ccu Lanch Tongtieis,
0r Condrtlartl Hck.
(U riaim, 1 mid 2 lb. tins;
Ci CntnUirry Sjuoe,
Cava lMrafine Candlea, In crtuoas;
Cjk Ituaat Tarkey and ClilcVon,
CXiM-a SaIiuuii llelltca,
Cimi ILikrd ilAcaronl,
Caaea fandly fork, 6 lb. tins;
Coa- Potted .McAts,
Caa 1'roll lluttcr,
FOR SALE BY E. P. ADAMS.
71 Ira WOIaa QUEEN bTltKKT.
IritJUS IH TC OKKTIl'V T1IAT.W.
J. r A. B.r andB.vMfiosruinsw't rota
b.slBO in Makawats. Masl, aa Cane PUnlers ana
i.m uuEWEUi; rnowsiNfinuuo.
t'OUS, lilt AX, OATS,
AY AC, JkC, AC.
(rrissas .. ui
" IMh, "!.
IKILLEK A CO (I
IIACIKIi) HlUlltl'.U PAINT,
J Afailas.Mtatrnlef Ihi ralelratnt paint and !i
paid 3 gaJlsn package., all la .. Irabl .b.de. la
iws. rofsaUbUOLtEs A Co
land held lor au aueipir irun m .cu ..- .. -Cth
day of lletentr. 1SS). with a prirlleRe of ''
for l-n year., which land couuln. one acre and a half.
k.i h..nn ii two larre .pun., ruww.j." ...w..-.v.
kll that piece ot .una .'""7 ,""nl; ,-,;,, " " Eath .b.tribe for ! M recel.e. a set of
Kafi. ''""' i'."' ..!" n,Ju" J .!' '. Vn CHKOMOa with the ar.l number of lha paper and a
-aieniJlS.Kl ar,TS..,lo Knp..rnoe, contatnln. au ( of (h(, ach mM lnmf ,'of ,w
areaof l.lttJacrc.. ,.. of the mouth.. Andre.. JOsCl'U E. n IsKMAN.
T.e Terra, are ca.b, and deed at the expense ol tna liuslne. Agent.
f.it.urt. ADAMS Anct'r. OSIce g. Merchant SU, Honolulu. II. I. i w Jen
TniO. IV. DA1ES GO.
ir23C3U O JS. JEl. 3r O
of the iittmsii
aTTJST TO 23CVJM3D,
(In 1W itaji, tarn tnn ai last jff made) and from
othrr rrtent ililpmrnl. thr fulloninxi
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Prima of latest ljrlc, fat colorK;
llliio DcniiiH, Wlnlo Crmloti Slir.'tiii),-,
Horrock'i l.otij: Clotlit, llrown Linen
l'rilla, I'nre l.incin, Molcakina,
ltluo niul Wliilo Clifilt liiRlmld,
Fancv Drcaa Uimtl., Fancy 1'l.iiiln,
Knia Crush, Scstfti, Tic's, Cravats,
CruchcU and Fancy Work,
Tiielingi niul Toucls,
Men's Whim ami llrown Collon IlalClmae,
Lailica' llnae, Men's Clothing, full soCc-
liiuia ami lulc slylcn;
India ltublcr Coal'a nnd Capea,
UeIU and Wonlen Stiirl.,
Hlne and Grey llurse Ul.iiikeln,
Wliilo Cotton HlaiikolK,
Woolen lllankcla, all nizea and woiglitii;
WihiIbii and Canton Flnni'eN,
Tapestry il ita, Velvet Pile Sofa Carpets,
JIala and Hilgn, all sizes.
r, S and 9 ft; Itnqtln (Ilan;t), bcrani
and a,het to mich.
Plain (Jalvanirod Ironin 0 ft. lengths, 22 and
Fence Wire, Xos. 3, 0, 7, and Staples,
Railroad Iron with Fish Plates,
Dolt, and ."pike, complete.
Fire Jlricks, Portland Cement, Fire
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs, Hasins, &c,
llest Liverpool SjIi, lien Whitiug,
Crockery, Iron lieilstcads,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
Worccslersliire Sauce, Groceries,
ZINCS. PAITS AND BOILED OILS,
Knclisli Leather Belting, from 3 to loin,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiraltv Test,"
Sizes 1.1,3.8, 7-1G, 1-2,"
Hawaiian and American Ensigns,
WINCC A.MD Liouono,
" Pig Brand" Slont, in pint and quarts;
IIIikkI & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts;
.Finest India Palo Ales, Old Tom,
llcnncmy'a Brandy in caaei,
Brandies in bulk,
Case Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Clarets, Sherries, &c, &c.
SiiRar Hags, Coal Hags, llico .Bags,
Twines, Heavy and Li'sht Burlaps,
Oil Cloths, Saddlery,
MIRRLEES. TAIT A WATSON'S
Two 500-Gallon Evaporators,
ic, &z., JLc
- 51 T1IEO. II. HA VIES A CF.
DR. E. H. THACHER,
No. 10U, Fort street, (next door above A. Dickson's
Satiafactlon teanrantoeil In Prices and
Quality or Work.
Pure Nltrau Oxide (jii administered for painless
& cjltratllon of leeth.
Homes M;.de Gomlurtablo I!
Tho Readers will Obscrro that
" VICKERY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR,"
T.T.VfJ, BVE.V I ITjs JXl'AXJY
Ja a. yet, .acceedeii to the lead of all other Pictorial
luutuiy P.ptra in the hlngdoiw. It. pa-e. are lull of
interesting ami i.i.truclltc iure. for ootn yunng aun
old aud the THU 1IKAL riKLL I.AltUB DUE
Chromo. gisen away with Ihenr.l uuraber are .uliable
TiAltOU COXS1CJNMKNT JX 50
Ci Ujk.. For Sale by
lIULLKo i CU,
cox.sigxaii:tt of at. iia-
wallan suwar la Hags. For halo by
IIOI.I.Es X CO.
FLOUR ! FLOUR
rjoM'ior oati:, i:x. r.vMii.v,
VX and Colorado Fluor. Ex Ilk "Jjidy Latopmu,"
lfi.r.arn Floor, Corn Mr.l, O.i Meal, all fresh aud In
cuod order. t or tale by
tu 1I0M.ES i CO.
HI.OOKS AN'I) .MAST IlOUI'rf.
1j.iTi.Nr iittiM rruti'ii:i iii.ot'un
Metallic Iron btrapprsl llloek.. Patent lluahluc
Plain llashlns, a fall assortment nf .lie.
HIS UOI.I.B8 CO.
rpiiK oxi:iisig'i:d iiavinc;
JL made certain luptoseinert. IB Hi" atr.ncemrnl
aud coustructluii of rlae and Mr spans for ntraia
Holler, which effect a eun.lderable ravins ot Fuel I.
llllni locairanieo all work entiu. ltd to uim
Adders. EOivt-tT l loen sx W
Billiard Tablo For Salo,
ix ii:uFi:t"r oiti)i:it, .stuahIsi:
L A II. HllEa ruakai I'hclaii A kullcodrr tuakion
niarbit tsed, J-nciJtlcul4ftuqulial
V. C'jilMEUClAL HILI.IAHIl I'VItLOIPs
W. R. CASTLE,
and Notary Pudllr AU.nd. all
th Courts of the
ruii.iif.x uri; uxTKt
All nam and fresh
l;OI.I.r. A CO.
tlllADO. (IIIAIIAJi At
PEK FOREST QUEEN.
fll'HKNI'UAK l -Ai Ml. HltXKS.
Crushed Hu;sr In Uantl. Dry Ctanntaled Ktitrln
lUrrtla. lor sale by U3 t UOLLtS A (.0
zr ii m T.ru ! ii
a i in liinrti inn inni .arjni niri.ir
Mn. !. 1 Kum lia. ttiKday ticen appolnlfd nn
V.'iil In take Aiknnntiili mrnta to Iii'liiiinriii. for
llonnaitla. MmiI, TIIDMAt IlllOW S,
Hi )ltrar of VoiiTeyancea,
Itrsl'IMt Offlce, Jan lh. 1?.'
Approml- W N AlnTH"Ml,
-St Mlnl'teror Inlrrlnr, ad Interim.
Snlo of Lr.nn nT Govrrniiient Property.
On W'eJne.dly, February 15th. IS'J, at the front
enlranre of AllloMnl Hale, at 13 o'clock wain, will lie
.old al 1'nblle A ik I Inn, the lea.e of the upper floor ot
that UoTernmentllulldlnkiionM the lt(I.MII.i,l
I'lisr ll'l'll'i, rlluatedon Hie corner ot Merchant
ami rhapel turret..
TEIil! t.ea.i. 5yeat. npet price per innnm 3lM,
payable qiMrtrrly In adtance.
W.N AHMTHON(l. Mlnl.ter of Interior
Hepl. of Interior, Honolulu, Jan. ttih, l-f t W-M
Ejrprraa CnrrlnRo KeKiilntlon-Stnlld No. 0 I
Notice I. hereby Kleen thai Sland No. n being the
makal lde of Hold St., frori Iltewrr'a llloek ea.t, ha.
been ehaiurd to die mankn .ble of Hold M at the
ea.letly Junction of I'nlon St.
No more than Ml Carriage, will be allowed nn ltd.
S'lnnd al onp lime-four on the I'nlon M. front, anil tnn
on the Hotel M front.
W. N. AHMSTIIOStl,
Mlnl'terof the Intnlor.
Interior Office. Janatry Glli, l.VJ. ;i 31 sTSt
The election of Kepierentatlve. to the nct I.ejl..
lallre Aembly, will lake place thrunghout the rarl
on. Ktretlon Ulttrlrt. of the Kln-ilom, on Weilne.day
the t,t day of I'tbinary neat.
The Poll, al the tereral pUce of electten will be
opened at Su'cIoik a.m. on the day above named, and
cio.ru at 5 o clock r..
The following placet are dedicated for holding the
DUlrlct of HHo.. ...fonrt Houne, llllo
,, Inpcctor of Cl.-ctlon
. ... Hlpal Pnllr Jn.flr.
Dl.ttlet of llainakiu Court Home. Honokaa
Iiifpector. ot Klrctlon
J- 'I- -Jilt" IH.Itlct Jll.tlcr
.,.'iA'Vc!K',!n 'itx Aaae-aur
Ch.. UlllUiu. Tax Collector
District of Koliala....Coutt llonir.Watnira.bo.Kohala
u ,, ,. L t In.peclor. of Election
3. 11. Mahnka DiMnct Justice
And a fcccond Polling place at
Comt House. v.rth Kohala
,. , , liiipecloi. of Election
II. John.on District Ju.tlce
D. . Kahookano".V."V.'.'.".'.'.'.'.V.V.'.'.V..V'lax Collector
Dl.trlct of North Kona School House, Kallnn
. In.pectur. of Election
J. O. Hoaplll District Ju.tlco
District of mth Kona School House,
tu.tt. . tatr. nf P.l.i.iln..
V. V.'T.- b.,co District Ju-tlce
John Naiiimi Tax Collector
Dl.trlct of Kan Spencer', store House, Honnapo
. , Inspector of Election
,; 'I; 's.-..l,."rtln District Justice
II. M. Uhllnrj Tax Assessor
J. Ivanhauc Tax Collector
Dl.trlct of Pons Court Honse, Poholkl
... Inspector, ol Election
c.n,r District Justice
T. haaihtli at A.ses.or
Jiokllhla. Tar Collector
District composed of Lalinlna. Olonaln, Uknraehame
Court House Labalna
Inspector of Election
D. KamalopllI, Police Ju.tlce
J. W, Kalua, Tax A..i-or
8. E. lvalue Tx Collector
District composed of Kahnkcloa and Kaanapnll
School Houe..M Honolua
lns;ecior. of Election
Diitrict beginning with and Including Walhec and
extending to ar.d Including Honuaula,
Court Hou.e Wailnkn
II. Kulbfls.nl Police Justice
T. W. Ercrett, Tax As.e-.or
W. 11. Keanu '' - "
District beginning with and Including Ilamikualoa and
exteiiUln. in and Including KuU,
'Cerart ItuOMs.....,.., ........ ....Makawaq
Inspector, of Eleelicm4," " "'" ';
W. F. Mossman.. District Justlca
f. 11. Hay.eiden, Tax Asscsor
A. Fornaudcr ..Tax Collector
District beginning with and Including Kahiklr.nl and
Court House liana
inspector, of Election
S. W. Kaai, : District Justice
P. Kawaiku, Tax Assessor
P. Kaciul, .....Tax Collector
District of .. Moinkal and Lanal
Court House Pukuo, Molokal
Inicitora of Election
S. K. Kuplhea, District Justice
J. Nakaleka. Tax AtsesMir
J. Kaluaplbaole Tax Collector
And a second Polling place al
School nouse haohal, Lanal
Inspector, of Election
S. Kahoohalahala. Dl.trlct Justice
It. ". Meyer, ,. school Agent
IC Newton, '
District of Kona Alllolanl Hale
Inspector, of Election
It. F. Ilickerton Police Justice
J. E. Hush Tax A.e.cr
IS. II. Luce, TaxOollector
District of Ewa&Walanae... .School Housc.llotionllnll
Inspectors of Election
W. (!. Nrcdham District Justice
Frank llrown, Tax As.eor
A. Kauhi , Tax Collector
District of Walalna Court House, Watalna
Inspector of Election
.S. K.Mahoe , District Jn.tlce
District of Koolauloa School House. Ilauula
In.pettor of Election
J. Kaluhl Dl.trlct Justice
H. Kaualhllo , Tax Assessor
District of Koolinpokn Court House. Kaneohe
Inspector, of Election
.1.1,. Kaulukou District Justice
T. A. Lloyd, ...Tax Assessor
W. C. Lane Tai Collector
14 nun 1 1
District of Walruea school House, Walinea
J. Kanal, Dl.trlct Justice
I. II. hapuntal, , Tax Assessor
A. naukati,. ..TiaCuiirvlMf
And a second Polling placo at
School House., Nllh.m
Inspector, ot Election
tico, (lay,..., ..,..,,...,... District Jultco
J. II. K.ika, , Tux Assessor
E. Kalule,.... Tax Collector
District of Pona Court Hoae, LI line
Inspector, of Election
S. It. Hapakn , Dl.trlct Justice
J. 11. Tucker Tax As.ea.nr
A. W. Maioho..... , Tax toHiclcr
And a second pnlllns place al
Court House , ,, Koltia
ln.pv.ctor. of Election
J. Hardy ,.,,,,,,, Tax A.tc.sor
Iter, J. W. Smith,.,
District of Ilanalel Court House, Haualel
Inspector of Election
J. Kaklna , ., ..District Justice
It. Paalkl , . Tax A.ses.or
W. Lovrll , Tax Collector
And a setouil Polling place at
School lloii.u , Anahola
J.ll. K Kalwl District Justice
J... Hash .,,, ,., Tax Collet tor
. H WIIc-jx , bch.l Asent
W N. AUMlsTKOMl.
Minister of tha Interior, ad Interim,
Interior Offlce, Dec. 11, IM. tbl Met
A Proposed Amendnaent.
To Article Ml of the Constitution sranltd by Ilia Ma
Jesly Kamihimcha V, on ihetMth day of Aueiitt A D ,
IS I, a. amendtd aud appiovrd oil the I'tli day nf May
A. I). I". accordlns to Article Ml of the Constitution.
That Article Mo! the t.'omlltullmi he and the tame
a bcrtby atuende'l so aa lo lesd a. folluwai
"Mfcllon ."A. The Hrtflesenlatlrea shall receive for
tbtlr sertlcn a corapUMalloii to be ascertained by law
and paid nut ol the Public Trra.ury, but no lucreae of
corapeu.alloii shall tcke t fleet duilng the year In which
It shall have been made; and no law .ball b pa.snl
lactcatlns tha eompeasatiou of said llcpicscuullvcs
beyond tho sum of Fire bandied Dollar, for each
I hereby redlf , that lb fon-oluj Hill pa.itd Its third
reading lit the LejUUtlre Assembly of the Hawaiian
.lands oa IbeVlh day ot July A. D. Dm
JAMlirl M. MONMAIIItAT,
To Article II of the Constitution (.ranted by Kamcha
laeba Won Ibn'JJih day cf Aajust A. V. IKI In accord
ante with Arllcl. So of .aid Cun.tltullun
Hectiun I. That Aitlclt It of thu Con.tlUtH-o runted
by Hit Majesty Kanrharoeba V. on theSotbday of Au
gust S64 bo and Ibe samsj It butby amtbde.) lu acevr
dsuie wllli AitlcleW of sal.llon.tllulloii. by ltbln
out the ttoidt "tia bundrcd" aad by subttltotlnj iheit.
fore the ord"two ihousand" and by striking ontth
words Iwo hundred anil lllly ' anil snbslllnllngthere
for the words "one ttiotiiaml" so that the Article
shall read a follows.
" Article f.t No person shall be ellrjlhle for a Itcpre.
tentative of Hie people, who la Insane or an lilloti not
r he be a tnalentbjrcl of the Kingdom, who shall
have srrhnl at the full aje of twenty-one years, wlm
linllktion him to rent and write, who shall understand
account., and shall tune been domiciled In the Kllig
iloni for at least Ihree yrais, the last nf which shall be
the jeer lmin.dls.triy pircrilliiit hl election ami who
shall own rralrstalo mIIIHii the Mtixilon nt a clear
value over and abovo all Ii (iinibrance. of at least Ine
thousand dollars, or who .ball li.no an annual Incniuo
of at len.t one thou, and dollars, derived from any
property or some lawful employment."
1 hereby certify that the forcRohitf Itllt passed It.
bird readlnu lu the l.-elatallp Assembly of (he Ha
waiian island on Hie Vti day of August A, D, 1ni.
JASIr.i M. MUNSAllltAT.
Licenses Explrins In Jnnunry, 1882.
ii a II If,
I Wm IVnnell, King st,
j it in
I Whitney ,t Itohertson. Merchant st.
a l.nm Wl Kit. Nnnanti st.
n .Miinn, inuni.
:i Sam Nn leln, Hotel st,
I Kwiirig in stni: Co, Nnuann t,
. nop mug, iicrcraniast.
..'". .., i , . ,i.iii ...
Sam o L Imii! .t Hi, Hotel st,
l I'hlns On A Co, Minann st,
i Tlbbelt. Siifiiisnii, rukolieo.
Lowers .t t'ooLt. V.ifi .t.
to llnnolnlu Iron Worka I'm, flakoheo,
III Ah Trek, Nuiiatiii si,
II l.ale Plantation t'onry, I,ale,
in Won,: Park. .Stiiiatin.li
IJ He Ak'il,.Muiiakeasl
91 m I.i vy, Klni; n. Klin: st,
-M Aliuna ,V Akann, Knnhea,
ji i o .wo.sniau. nnuann St.
SJ I J .Mosnian. cor Kins' and Nnuann sis.
ill t onchee .t Ahunj. Nnuann M,
'Jt Sine Choii. .t Cu. ttiii.i si.
iM lop Hlnn cor Nuitanu ami tlrntsr.la SI, "
VT .Manuel rtc ijitailra., Klnc st,
a Anee, Kins sw, "
3 Wo Hop Kee. Kanaprpe,
19 Hone l.nnif. Kllauea,
l tl r'lnkliam. Koloa
.7 Alolau, Kapaa, Kawalhau,
Shell Fook Kee A Co, Kela, Kau,
i .:. "'r "" -a.Bpaia, r. nouaia,
S luck tnif.tUo. .Mnkapala Kohala,
1'J II. llln, Pnnahoa, llllo.
PJ VI II Holmes. Walolo, llamakna,
S HeiirvAtmllaxe, Honokaa, llamakun,
FJ. ?,.'. l(on-'.'1 T"ne Womr, lloolawa, Hamakna,
W C .Mclnrcke, nlolilnu, Kan.
t K llalclielor, Walliikn,
S.la. Wtllnln, Walliikn,
I.' I. Akniia, Haiku,
11 Hone Alan, Kokotno, Mokawao,
13 Ah Clieonj, Hoi.iiKohau, Lahalna,
I. Hon-Iluiic; Kue, Wnlluku.
I Apau, Koloa, Kanal,
3 Sunj; Ai, Huniakiiupnko, Maul,
t Afo, Lahilna. Maul,
S I.im, Kau. Ilalina, N Kohala,
I Alal, Hotel si. Honolulu,
14 MirkTal, Nnnnmi st, Honolulu,
10 Kimr l.unj. Mlanei. Kauai,
VJ Allen t Sturkpole. Kawalhae, Hawaii,
1. Akona, Watltie. llllo. Hawaii,
2. Jos-Malkaloa, Knlalll, llllo, Hawaii.
1 II E Jlclntyre .t llro, Kins nnd Port Sis Honolulu.
1 Henry Vlclra, Niiuanu, St, Honolulu.
tl Apana. Molokal.
13 I.oo kau, N KobaH, Hawaii, ,
ij Won" ttee, Honolulu,
.ti Ah Cnoni;, Em a, Oahu.
I n K Pahce, Waliihlnn, Km. Hawaii.
21 V 11 Cornncll. Wjlkapu,.Maui.
I'OIIII III) l: II KU.
3 Ah Sim, Plllioutia, llllo, H.matt.
11 Fih Kee. Hotel st, Houolulll,
20 Afat, Walliikn, Jlaul.
13 Wm Levy. Honolnlu, Onhn,
14 i WMacfarlaue, Hawaiian Hotel, Honoluln.
4 Frank Sena, N Kohala, Hawaii,
4 II Armlt;e, Honokaa, Hiimakui, Hawaii,
H Sam NoHleln, Hotel si, Hoimlulu.
11 HE AII.HN.
5 ) ounir Mn?, Konn 0s.hu
20 J sp.oncr . ..
27 J 11 lllaik, ..
10 Mahele, Honolnln. Oalin,
14 Napoa, Honolulu, Uahu.
13 Jos Q Tucker, Kohala, Hanll.
3 Haula, Llhue. Kntil. ,
All adeertlserucnta tor lli'c Satuiiiui Pnsaa must be
sent In by Friday boots No lncrllou;y'or the cuyrcat
issue can be puaranleW VJhen ent In tafir.
Advertiser, will marlciihe number -nf Insertions de.
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged .1 months.
TIIOS. (1. TlIItUM. Manager.
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Ballots and " pl.itforras " are becoming na num
erous as mosquitoes in a Hawaiian swniup.
It is reported that L. Abolo iirt candid ate for
the Legislaluro from Wailuku. Is it true that thia
irresprensible candidate is in tho field again.
Wo have lately read of n fcarfnl loss of life in a
theater nt Vienna. Woro tho front doors of onr
Music. Hall altered no na to open outward when the
change was contemplated shortly after the col
lapse of Oabn College ?
Complaints reaches ni from W.tianao tha. t its
reported lepers are not sent for aud s.egrcgnted,
nnd of those sent to town Home nro allowed to ho
sent back. Wo neod not coiniuent on this "pciuiy
wibonnd pound foolish' niotluxl of dealing with
this terrible malady, nnd lioo our nllusion to thu
fact will bo sulllcibiit to remedy any hnlf work.
Our roads during tho late rains have been sim
ply a disgrace, nnd tha fact that no moro road
funds nre in thq treasury to draw, orworkngahiat,
is btippoacd to satisfy a Ieuiuut public. " lit time
of iiohco orenaro for wart" no our authorities lv
judicious labor expended in keeping thn streets
clean m dry -.leather will tuvo mncb nf tor labor in
tho miuy umsoii.
LYItlCS OF I.ANAI.
How lit Would LIU It.
Little Walter (llbson
Willi one of hi. bibs on
bat eatlui; tho Print. cy pie;
Willi Ills lluxi-raud tlininli
Ho pulltd out a plump plum
And said " What a ood boy am I.'
Tin Way III Findt Jt,
He iszli zv.st.s the jstroditr.-. -ajj .
Amid the Lanal dust;
A man wlioui thrro wero none to praise,
And ver) few lo trust,
A violet by a mossy stone
Were not so blue, nis ipille;
X'alr as a star when nno ulonn
Attempts lo flo.nl the instil.
Ho llred unloved ami few could know
When Waller ceased lu bei
Hut ho Is up a almiiii, nnd ohl
Installation at Ililo.
KniTOB l'nivo, : At ncouiicit calhslJannary 18th,
by tbo First Foreign Church of Hilo, fur tho ox
nmiiitlloii and insinuation uf tho linv. Edward 1'.
lkikur, noontly iisstorof tho Third Congregatioiiai
Clmtch uf 8.U1 r'ninoiaoo, ltov. 11 r. H. C. Damon of
Honolulu was chiHw-tt Moderntur, nnd Her. W. It.
Ob-noil of Hlln, Kctllxj. The tixaiuination of thu
candidate wua voted Bltijf.ictory, and thu council
proceeded to tho public, Mirvicva of lustnll.ttioii t
Anthem by Iho Choir.
Ilradlns of scrlpturu.t.,.
Hyuiu t Plymouth Collection
lu.lalllnx Prayer,,.., ,
Illclil ll'ndof Kelloshi
Charge lu tile Pastor.,.,..,
Iharvc to Hie Pisople
....Iter, 8. C. Damon.
...llev. W, II. Ole.oii.
Iter. T. Coan.
,,.....ltv. J. Kalana,
...Her. W. II. Ule.un.
............. llev. 8, O. Damon,
, Hy the Pastor.
( iiTJes nr xkj. . c. Kirrnenoa
O Thou, whose counties altar, rise,
With frajMiil gill, of sacrlilre;
Aeient tlm liombli! i.fleiln wo
H till prater and pralso ould bllu; loThee,
In tain His Tjt t.ttudral pile.
Willi oijsq peal Ihrcm.-U .unndlng aisle;
All form, of prlda tkaltaiaii in.y rear,
To'lheabut ruuektry Uulli appear.
Hut bumble hearts that lovo their llo-l, '
Willi them Ilv tuahes HI. dear abode;
And while they tend Ills Hilar fire.
lilt glory Hsblt-llla brtath Inspirit I
O may this tacrxl Sara burn brl.-lii,
Enkludird by Ills htateuly IIkUi.
And purer thine p. rjt;o by,
1111 Hot .ball crown lilt tburcb on blsh.
Followtng is tbo programme uf Iho Hand Con
cert nt Kmm.1 fviairo t t p. ui. to-dny t
March -lilacs and (Ir.ys....... ......French
liinture- In ibe Iisllaiihltlr. scUuiit
Pirtubs Pvlka-Tbt HuBjialsif UlrJ Helling
heltctlori Nabiiccis. uevr. ....., ...Verdi
Walu-tilldrd Youth, r.err.... ............ ..WaHtealel
Polka Maanrka Alalia, pew.... ,......,.Ftutt
Tho llaud still l-1vo inoonlight concerts on Hun-
diy, J-uioary Stith, an J on Thursday, February I'd,
in l.iiiriiuHjaare, wtatber ptirinltting.
Tiik M-houuer Uuxurd lotuli with sugar at Ka-holui.
li'OTiis or Tin: week,
Vi'r. ptibllsh n full psgn supplement lo d(y,
OAtinxiMn of nsplrnnts for U'Rislntuiohniuirsftro
now thn order of the day.
Tiir .Mission riilldrrn'n Hoclcty will meet nt W,
Vi, Hall's rrsldettro this CTrnlng.
Tm: meeting of tho Teachers' Association did
not take placo on Thursday evening,
Titr-nr nro n number nf Fimaro riggers in port'
find business Is rptlle lively along Iho wharves.
Tnr. wcathrr his been iuilu unsettled of Isle.
Heavy showers and spells of w.irm.nitimj weather
rutccusl t-ilt'h oilier;
Ttinir. wns no criminal business in Iho I'oHco
Court on Wrdiiesdny. nnd It hna b en very light
during thn Inst two weeks.
Tiik record of Iho Supremo Court proceedings, n
pnrlmu of tho list of ImportA nnd other matter
stands over to our next Issue.
Titr election for teprcsctitallves to tho next ses
sion of the Legislative Assembly will tnkn placo
next ednesitii) , February 1st.
KiivrAituT. Wtitn, llsq.,nf Dunetlln, New Zen-
land, Ins been adinilled to practice! beforo Iho
Hiiiriino Court of tho Hawrtihu Inlands.
A nrrrrriot was Riven nt the residence of Mr.
8. O. Wilder tm Thursday evening lu honor of Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. I. Wight, which wns largely attended.
A unit: nntiTe child wns drowned last Satnrdny
in tlin 1'atios stream when It was swelled by Iho
rains, and tho body wns carried rt considerable dis
tance. 'Iiir machinery used In boring the well atMahit
honn, Hawnil, wns bmuglil to Honolulu lie tho
l.ikrlikf Inst holiday. Tbeto is no trncoof water nt
a depth of MJ feet.
Tiik. stormy weather that has prevailed of Into
has pretcnted tho Island steamers nnd schnonors
from calling nt miiiiu of tho moroexHiHtsl landings
on thu other Islnntlsj
A MFETlNd of plijslchuiH, which convened ftttho
rtxpiest of tho .Minister of the Interior, wan held
on Wednesday afternoon for thu puriioso of con
sidering tho question of leprosy.
TnritEwlH bo n meeting nt Iho Lyceum on Mon
day evening next to tako stops toward tho forma
tion of an Athletic. Association. It is hoped that
nil interested in tho mnttir of physical education
will be present.
Tun C'i'fy of Syihiti nrrived from San Francisco
nbtiut .' p. m. on .Monday nnd sailed for tho Colo
nits at 7 p. ni. the same evening. Hho loft on tho
morning of tho H'.th and iinttlu tho pass.igo in six
dajsand sixteen hours.
JIaoisse (sugar cano fibre), cotton stallts nnd
jute are now spoken of ns likely to beoomo addi
tional sources of revenue to tho Louisiana planter,
and to mako his business profitable. Tho ilrattuu
will bo used in making paper und tho last in cottuit
SEXATon HttL, of Georgia, has Introduced a bill
into Congress providing for the termination of tho
ISeciprtiritv Treaty between tho United States and
the Hawiihan Islands. 8eo our San Francisco
letter, in tho supplement, for further pirticulnrs.
Mn. LrNTZwritfB that nn Jnnnnrv lllh and ll'th
they liad tho heaviest rain of tho season of '81-'82
nt Kllittten. Tho Kan How, which censed miming
in November. lc0, U Heanthig, ns if it weto still n
m.-ihs of red hot lava, tho entire length of tho ilow
showing through tho mist and clouds. Tho crater
Tnr Honolnln Firn Department will hold its
annusl parade on Friday evening next, Februarv
3d. The companies should all turn ont in full
strength and full uniform, and tho appointed timo
wus set for thu ovetiing to give nil nu opportunity
Ar Fort Street Church, J. A. Crnzan, pastor,
will preach Sunday nt tho nsual honrs. In tho
evomng. tho theme will be "A Common Scnso
Obscnarco of the Sabbath." A cordial welcome
for nil. Ushers always in attendance to provido
seats for strangers and casutl attendants.
The barkcntlno Itmma Anjimtn, Ilodson, ar
rived on tho 18th inst.IV? dajs from Port Town
send, Iumler and passengers to T. H. Hobrou.
On tho 20th tho schooner Uovti hi, Swift, sailed
for San Francisco with a full load of sugar, taking
with her n putt of tbo crew of tho Ida Sehnauer.
-., . , , ,, , . . in a-i T?eo"-
cisco as a fasTiToiiafilo tailor, nnd numbers among
his patrons n number of tho most " knobby " and
fastidious of that city, now offers his services to
tho public ns n cutter nnd litter of fasluonnbla
clothing, as. is announced in the advertising
A TEMrAmCE entertainment will bo given noxt
Monday evening nt tho vestry of Fort Street
Church. An address will bo mado by Dr. 0. T.
Kodgers, and Mr. Dower will road tho " Cotter's
Saturday Night." There will be remarks mado by
different ones, nnd musical selections will be
given. AU nro cordially invited to attend.
Lato papers give intelligence, of tho death of
Hev. Dr. Leonard llacoii, of New Haven, one of
the foremost ministers of the Congregational
Churches. It may be remembered that the pulpit
in Kawaiahno Church was formerly Dr. llacon's in
the Ccntro Church, New Haven. It was sent to
Honolulu when the New Haven church was re
paired. The old pot stand on tho corner of King nnd
Nnuann streets where tho natives have sold pol
lor years, nas tn-on vncateo, owing to tno competi
tion ot uninet-e, wno nuiKo a Hotter nrtlclo ami un
dersell tho natives. Tho natives ltavo boon com
pletely crowded to the wall in this business which '
formerly was exclusively m their hands.
Owino to tho minors of tronblo nnd hardships
tho lalior of thoio Islands aro snbjected to, accord
ing to the Chronicle, wo learn Major Wodehouso,
11. 11. .U'u. Commissioner here, has received
instructions to fully investigate and report to his
Government tho truth or fatuity uf the charges,
nnd in this investication we nro informed that this
Government has oflured all its iiasistauco txisslblu
in thu matter. ,
Letters from Capt. Hrny of tho Jlontlng Star
give account of a very successful voyage as far ns .
l'ounpe. Light winds and lianilngonrreiiU length
ened the voyage from Apal.mgtu Jnlmt to It days.
The stores for tho two Hawaiian missionaries in
thu Marshall iHlandswure forwarded to them from
Jiilnit. All were well. Mrs. Snow wns somewhat
weak from the long slay on ship-hoard, but was
rapidly recovering strength on Kusaiu.
Hawaii has had her sharo of marina casualties
this winter. Tho i'ala sunk at l'npaikau, tho Jen
nie J'llln became n total wreck nt Mahukona, and
the ll'm-irf.-i: nrr.bablr foundered in ths Moluka!
chuiimj, nsiitithlng has liccu hoard of her. Lust
week thu IilnSehmmrr went ashore ill Kahulul, mid
tbo Xhilia touched on thu reef nt Knwuihno.
Neither vessel wns damaged berionsly.
lUv. Mr. Wainrlght has given notice that ho
will endeavor to hold religions services at Kilauoa,
Knunl, on tho fecund nud fourth Sundajs in every
mouth. Ho held horvico for Iho first timo nt that
placo on Now Year's tiny. It Is hoped that n regu
lar serviuu every Sunday mny bo recorded soon.
On thu Kllauea plintatiim alone, thcro nro up
wards of ;UJO iersoui. including the Chinese, many
i( whom would be glad tolutvo tbo beuetltuf re
Iter. Mn. Wainwuioiit has given that ho will en
deavor to hold religious service's nt Kil tuea, lutu.vl,
on the second nud fourth Sundays ol each mouth.
H held hervico for Iho lirst timo nt that place tut
Nw. Vtar's tiny. It is hoissl that it regular service
oery Sunday may bo recorded soon. On tho Kl
lauea plantation alune there urn upwards of BOO
perons, Including Iho Chinese, many of whom
would ha glad to have tho benefit of religious
We luivo received n number of copies of the
Dnninilic Timet, published in New York, which is
tino of the leading papers of It class in America.
It gives full reports of dramatic news from all tho
States slid fenitotius mid thu larger cities uf tho
Union. The Btu Francisco correapuiideiioe.which
occupies it prominent plnos in its column., is con
tributed ny it former resilient oi rionoioiu. no
pusvA n wonderful store uf information con
cornlntt thpiitrical matters, is n contiieteut critic,
and a reliable, pleating nud tluent writer whoso
pen la beldoru liile. .
Follow urn 1 tho record of the Pollco Conrt
procncslltigs for the week i John Aclnta nnd Maria
IWslug, adultery, former flnwl f;, lat(erstO,
coats 2M s'ach. Autotie) Joseph, Kttnbine, hnlel
nukii, drunkonncM, forfeited 8 ball each. John
Moran. nama charge, forfeited $4 bail. Ab Hun
nnd Wing C'hong, gaming, each lined f 10. nnd
Koutrnced to 11 hours' imiirisonuient nt hard lahor
nud lu ay (I coals. Alt Kung. Ah Cham nnd Yah
Ynn, gaming, Yah Yah lined f50. ami sentoncrHl to
Uldava linprlviuiueut at luitl labor and to nsy
1.10 coats) Ah Nung nud Ah Cham, each Ihml t'M,
nm! u-iitoneul to lOdava irunriisiiiiiiient nt hard
labor nnd to pay sjl.10 coits. AUBhig and Ah
.utig aud Ah Yan. gaming. Ah Lung, fined U,
.ml u.nt.nriMl tn 1.1 tLtva1 iniDriaomneiit nud t
pay t)l costs Ah Hltig nud Ab Yan each fined f!i,
nnd sentenced to 7 day.' impriauiimmit nt hard la
bor nnd to iny $1 coats. Julia, dltobedienoo to
pan nla, ordered to return to parent. Huka, do
Hurtitig and failing t support hut wife, uidensl to
rturn to hhi wifo nnd provido for Iwr.cxvsU &
11. Begnitiui, duiikennea., fotftitvd bail. Kit-
halepn, drnnlieuness, lined $., costs $!. (leorgo
l'atersoti, samd charge, lined ,-, nwts $;l. Civil
record. rosier .t Co. vs. Kalwl, Napalnielua nnd
.Moehonini, deserting contract service, all ordered
to lelurn to employers, costs ,l each, T. II. Mur
ray vs. (I. llerennba, action of assumpsit for $1"A,
judiitiieiit for nl.tliitilf. Cnsn misultd tolnler-
A rrw days ago twn Chinamen wero trnltlng
leisurely dotn Nnuauit nveniio w It hn loaded hand
cart, chatting ns Uniy ut nt, nud npitirently not
noticing that they mitn approaching the steejiost
art uf Iho bill, nml Hint they wen gradually
Mulcktiiiug Ihelr put. 'Ibis t id, In wuvor, smut
bicainunpinrtnt, when the call hud gained such
hoadwny as to push them down tlm hill ntn break
neck gall, 'I hoy weto inside uf the bar, nnd Ibern
was no iscnm. 'I hey nindti two or thr vain
eflorls to run totinosiiloot the road, but tho cut
wouldn't havo it that way t and on they iJntv, loll
Itig for help and erjlng " Wlioal Whim I" but
tho cart didn't" whoa" until, hating eujoytd tho
fun long enough. It quickly turned to unit Jiilo,
when tho nriiia How up and pitched botli of tho
Celestials into tho sky. Fortunate ly, they returned
with only Blight injuries.
Tun American schooner Mi KrhntiMtr, dco, C,
Iiovdal master, nrrived at K.ihidtil, Maul, from
Port Tuwnscnd on Iho lfith Inst, nud on thu 17th,
in tring to haul into position tuilischnrgc, pi r led
her hswsrr nud drifted onto thn rtef lu Iho li.trbor
where shn was idinmloned by Iho crew. On tho
Ulthshowna mid to tlm liliihest Indiler as well ns
her cargo uf lumber, k'ToM frit in nil, Tho hull,
stores nml nppurtonnticcH were knoekul down In
Mr. .1.1). Sprtckels for if iMl, tho lumber tuMr.
T. II. Hobrou for .f I,(x), nud one IM-foot lmt lo
tho former for ift'd. At 1 o'clock Friday night film
swung clear of the reef und is now iillnat. Capt.
Hohruti tins been nt work night and day discharg
ing tho dick load of lumber. 'I lint which remains
in thn hold will be left thcro to keep thu vessel
from sinking nnd until she is tnken to Honolulu
forrepilrs. dipt. Joacph Spencer bus hud her in
charge nut! will put her in condition to bo taken
to Honolulu tho latter part uf lids coming week.
A BTAiiiuvd nllrny occurred on Thursday night
111 a untlio house In Iho part of Honolulu known
ns Cajm Horn. From Iho Btltelnenta mado nt Iho
Pollco Station thu facts seem to be ns follows. A
whitu man, Jack Drown, was lu n room wllh n
native girl nml four other young men were In an
adjoining room. William Woolham knocktd nt
the door of thn room und when the girl, Ijnptdcn,
went to open It, Jack llrown got up also, when
struck Woolhntu, with his list nnd then with n
knife, nnd cut him on tha faco and hand. Jim
Crow, a native, who Hies noar by camo up ami
Jack llrown started for him nnd struck him, Jim
struck back and llrown attacked him with his
knife, cutting him severely in the head, iildoand
nhdomcu. Tho young men in the back room
lii'iiped ont of tho window nssoon ns thn row
began. Jim Crow, was carried homo nnd Wool
ham wns taken there nlso and both went to sleep.
r. Hutchinson was sent for nnd arrived nboutll
.' M. and dressed the wounds. Jim Grow wns
taken to tho hospital. Jack llrown. who did tho
eutting has not boon caught. The girl admits
thnt sho had been drinking and it appears that nil
wero utidor tho iulltienco of liquor.
The Initial perforniancn of tho Honoluln Dra
matic Club was Riven lit tho new Musio Hall on
Saturday evening Inst, and notwithstanding tho
rainy weather tho attendance was lnrge. In tho
lirst piece, "AllthntGllttera is not Gold," the play
ing was excellent and tho participants ncqtntted
themselves crcditnhlv. Tho cast of characters
was as follows : Sir .rthnrLcslle,Mr.J.F.Hrowii;
Jasm-r Plum. Mr. II. F. Ilickerton tStenbon Plum.
Mr. Scarborough ; Frederick l'lnnt, Mr. II. W.
Holdsworth.; Toby Twinkle, Mr. Godfrey Drown:
Harris, Mr. II. Von Holt; Mnrlbn Gibbs, Alien
Florence Lnco: Lady Iieatherliriilge,MissltliodcH;
Lilly Valeria Westondleigh, Miss Ileruico Parke.
All acted their parts well considering that tho
majority were amateurs they did iniiarMili well,
and were wo to commend each as they deserve it
would require more spaco than wo can givo. After
the nudieiico wero convinced that "AH tint glitters
is not gold," tho burlesque "Tho Happy Man",
was produced, in which the following named per
sons tool: part: Mr. F. M. Si nnzy. Paddy Murpliv:
Mr. A. T. Atkinson. Hum ltusti: Mr. Godfrey
llrown, Foxy Finn j Mr. H. W. Holdsworth, Ski Ilii
.Mr. H. Von Holt, lttiu Phaster ; Mr. J. Paynes,
Op-o-dil-doo j Miss llernico Pnrke, Ko-ket; .Miss
Comly, Sultana. This pieco wns ndinirnbly ren
dered, nnd kept tho nudieiico in n ro-ir of laughter,
and tho comic songs introduced nctcd us an excel
lent spico mid wero highly appreciated. Wo hopo
thnt this pcrfoiinanco of thu Amateur Dramatis
Club is the lirst of many : and wo can safely ven
ture tho nssertion that all who wero present wish
Tun Itoston Journal of Jan. 4th, contains tho
subjoined obituary notice of n lady, fonnorly resi
dent hero, whose many friends In Honolulu will
rngret to hoir of her death : " Mrs. Ann E. Now
ell, widow of Cnpt. Tisher A. Newell, nnd daughter
of llenj. F. Whipple, n former prominent citizen
nfcfUiiig ni Uer residence, JSO. lal lirb'iuwhv,
South Boston. Mrs. Newell, who was nged.TC
jears, wns at church twice on Sunday, and on re
turning in tho evening spoko of feeling unusually
vigorous nf ter her walk lit tho storm. Sho retired
at the usual hour, but toward morning Rho sud
denly passed awny, having been attacked by heart
disease. Mrs. Iiu-vell resided for many years st
tho Sandwich Islands, her husband being master
of a vessel which s tiled betweon theso islands nnd
San Francisco. His vessel, with nil on board, was
lost in 1S.V), nnd Mrs. Newell thereafter devoted
herself, with truo motherly dovotion, to the rearing
of the largo family of children left to her charge.
With nil theso family cares upon her, sho was al
ways n helper to those fluttering about her, and has
been an energetio worker in nil tho Christian plans
for nscfulueas connected with the Unitarian church
at South Moston, of which she has been n most
earnest worker for years. She was a 'toman of
liberal views and n well-cultured mind, nnd was
interested in nil the moral questions of the day.
At tho time of her doath she was President of tho
Woman Suffrage Club of South lioston. Sho has
had the happiness of seeing her children grow up
about hor to fill plnces of trust and usefulness, and
her last years have boon blest with tho tender lovo
nnd caro of hor two daughters, residing with her
and teachers in tho public schools. Sho also torn cs
throo sons, otio engaged in business in this city,
one a merchant in Chicago, and tho third, Captain
, Albert W. Newell of the ship .iwiy Turner, is now
on bis way to tho Sandwich Islands. The death of
this worthy lady will bo regretted not only in this
city whoro her virtues nud sterling character wero
so much appreciated, but nlso at the islands which
her sou is now vn aging, and whoro tho news will
aliko bring sorrow to his heart nud to very many
of theuld fliendsof former da) s residout there."
The Nativo Press.
The Paali'iin publishes letters from llobcrt N.
Itoyd and llobort W. Wilcox, tho joaug Hawaiian
who nre bolng educated in Italy. Tho substance
of itoyd's luller. which is very brief, la tho sug
gestion that tho Lugpdatnro uf 18e)'J will appropri
ate Homo moro money fur their education nud sup
port iti that foriigu and. Ho is at Livoruo, James
llooth is nt Naples, and H. W. Wilcox nt Turin.
All nro ingoodliuallh. Wilcox writes n lengthy
letter, describing tho sights and tho entertain
ments ho has witnessed, nt tho laltor of which tho
health of tho King nnd Queen uf Hawaii was
drank, and that uf the throo young mon. Ho says
that it Is customary in Turin for him to bo invited
at nil holidays, and that when ho makes Ids
npptsranco fh company drink tho health ot the
King, nnd then uf Queen Knpiolaul, and then nf
tho Hoir Apparent, nnd then nf tho three Haw
aiian oidcts. He says ho isNtritiug to ubtaiu all
tho Italian honors, nud ho is confident thnt ho
shall Hticceisl. Ho notices ill tho howsiinpurs that
tho whole world is unking prep irntious for a great
exposition of antiques, to take plnco nt Homo in
1HS'i-0, nud ho inquires whether littlo Hawaii may
not pirtlcltMto and send n collection of her iinti
unities. Iiu hopes thu Legislature will cuiisider
The I'ae Almi say t " A strong qnarrel Is going
on between Parker nnd Glbviu in tlit'lr resis-ctivo
newspapers. Which uf tha two shall weakett first ?
Parker brings np Gibson's bad record in the past t
but perhaps tho clergyman had bettor go slow, and
remember the llible precept not to dwell on that
wuie-ti is past, seeing nisi tun wont wns, i.ei uiui
that is without sin cast the tlrst stone."
Tho KuuLvi gives the substance of Mr. II. M.
Whitney's loiter to tin (luttlt on the subject of
Immigration from New Zealand, nud says that the
proposition is worthy of careful convlderntloii.
'I Iiu saiuo miner tjivs thul recently utie uf
native runners who nro clrcula lug Gibson's b il-
I... ..... 1.......I ... ...u . II I ..... aonvM ..t nit .it lilt..
turn. mi. io;ttiM tt n,j . i,..i ,.. .... ... ,,-
sou s doing.) but here is my oaso I h ivu no laud,
no countrymen, no country. Whether wo shall
remain ns we nre, nr shall piss Into other hands,
it Is all tho samo; I want to see thu end, nud tht-ro-foro
I support this tloket."
"Also'1 has another pretty lengthy letter in tho
A'li'iltti, from which we tr.ttistnto us follows t
" It would seem that among every poople there
nre two puties unit oointiowxl uf the proiwrly
owners and tho other of thu vagrants. The
strt-nglh of n country is iu tho vigor of It Govern
inent, its church institutions, nud it ojumieroial
and ngriuuttural iuteresls. Theso are the main
elements of prosperity i but If theso are checked,
the nation begins to retrograde. The majority of
the people aro uutaidu o! these element of pros
isnty, nnd upiKMitioit la their attitude. They nre
generally opiioitod to the Oovernraent. opiioed to
ttie church, ujicd to commerce and agriculture,
'lliflr chief cmployinuiit and in which they glory,
I toanuer. nud to find fault, lhey take ilolight
In MhiUtettal ehaiigesi never slopping to think
that svt-ry time theto Is suoli n chaugu It involves
ii loss to tha Government uf more than 1(X),COO,
for many dputuiuU ot lbs puhlio service nro
thercliy diAarrungtHl. Hut if even the kuiii ot ouu
thouvuul doll'.rtt in the Appropriation Hill la mis.
applied, there la n greul uulcry made,
"ThUditalitctod.uutaldo claim, is easily taken
in by the smooth-tongued foreign adventurers that
come to these shorv, nud they eagerly awnilloty the
line talk of LegUlatlvo caudldatea. Aud thla Is
nppirently the claaa Hat is now following the
luador.hhi ut W. M. Gihiou. Let thoughtful poo
plo cuniidvr. Tbo platform uu which this class
luiw standi 1 1 not thit of thegitod uf thu whoiu
nation, tint Ihetgoisl of n low only,
"The main ubjwtiuu to GlUon U, thnt ho can-
lint bo depeudetl on. Hit stood upon thn Mdntif
Iho Mormons in 1MU, without, howover, beliovliig
ill thnt faith nt all, Hn Used thn sacred iiiimnuf
Iho Snior In his proceedings iiiilumt believing In
It. Hn proetttetl pruplo uf that seel lo sellletm
Lltial by Iho nso (if just such talk as hn now pvttn
forth In his nesi)i'rs, When tbo deed for llto
purchase uf l'alnwal war) produced, holioM It wan
in ins own name, nun not in mat in urn ciiurcn.
And that church ctpeth d film.
"Sinco then, ho ban applied Ills rxeri Ions bilhnl
sldo which wns Iho winning shin. When thn cur
rent was running to Iho south, his luail's html was
turned south when thn current turned In tho
north bis bo.il also turned thither, while hn
boasted of Its ssrd. After thn Government bad
decided not to purl with I'liuloa, ho dorian d, 'It
was I who rrf usi tit' and whenever htij thing now
turns up, hn is there with his 'It was me.'
"When .Moreno came, this man was wllh him.
'I hem Is no us.) nf his denying it nt this time, for
It was known to ninryluMly who was nrcialiiteil
with tlm Session of two. Ask the Hon. G. W.
I 'ill in), tho Hon. J, Nuwnhi, and nlhers, nnd Iho
publloat lart'ot Moreno and (lllmon wero an ono
at that time. Hut he In ashamed now thnt he wns
so easily beguiled.
" If llio nativo Hawnllansnro sis dally Jealous
of their rights, s rluips they had better chooso
natlio Hnwallans only for representatives, whom
by they vtutild gain Iho rcsiss;t of foreignera, for
that Is soiiiethlug that Could bo understood. Hot
If r iv untivn who wan gulled by Moreno limit it
foreigner who has triivethd nil over thn world, and
yet allowed .Moreno to fool him. Truth is tho
foundation uf all good (luiernmeiit. If nol ns
nbuvo recommended, then is-rhaps it will be well
to cast tint all the cleigymen in the eountry. for
they nil think allku nlHiut these things. Then
Indeed would ho itcaoinplishod tholltsireut Mt).
rent) drive hut thn tl tt tnUatiituirlpH. nud then
thn country will bo nil right its hu said.
"I do not desiratn bring holy names lulu this
discussion j but the Klele suvs it Is not Chriatliku
toexiHiso evil. I will risk, who was it thai cailtd
the Pharisees 'a generation of vipers V Whoso aro
tho words, '() fouls and blind,' blind leaders of
tho blind,' ilc. Theso nro Ills litternttces. Tt
nxpoao wrong doings is not 'spile,' but II is a duly
that is incumbent iqioii every good oltkrcn."
'1 ho h'.lele linn n threo-noltliiili editorial under tho
heading "tiibsuit llufore tho Electors Some
Words of Explanation to True llitwnilans." We
"A short timo since, theto camo n loud call
front tho people of Lahniua to Gibson, unking
him to bo ngaiu the moiilh.picca of their district,
which first honored him ns its representative. Ho
replied, expressing his great regret that lie could
not comply with their desire, because bin time wns
fully tnkou up with his two newspapers, nud other
bu-duoss. In told thorn, that lit publishing theso
mvvspapors ho by no means forsook his platform,
which was to work for Hawaii, as ho did nu thn
floor of thu Assembly. Soniti tlnys had elapsed,
when, like tho swelling ut thu strong incoming
tide, canto tho demand of numerous friends in
Honoluln, In tho name uf tho district uf Kona, to
consent to tho use of Gibson's name ns n caiid
dnto for the leadership nud spokesman lu tho
coming Session. Gibson wished to gratify them,
but hi viow of his various engagements, ho gave
the sauio answer as to thosu of Lahaina, which
wan that his timo was fully occupied with his own
business. IJut tho earnest, heartfelt desires of his
friends wero not so apiieasod, and lhey continued
to urge his consent. Therefore Gibson replied to
them in theso words: 'It was true, his mind wns
fixed utsm his own business alia Ira j lint as his
Inborn wero for tho good of the nation, nud for nil
men. thcrofnro ho would nccedo to their domntid,
nnd listen to the loving voice which naked for his
services on their behalf."
Then follow threo vory flowery paragraphs,
illustrating tho great unanimity of tha poopla in
wanting Gibson ns n candidate:, nnd their joy nt
his acceptance. And then
" Tho pcoplo nro awaro that there wore some bad
and crooked doings in the Sessions of 1878 nud
18S0, nnd thorn will bo many more of tho name sort
thnt will come up in It'.'. Tbo signs of tho times
nro fnll of warning to tho man who will do his
duty to the nation without fear of consequences i
nud that mini is Gibson. Somo foicigncrs make
their boast of having been born lu Hawaii nci.
It is trim that Gibson was not born hero; but
what difference does that mako ? Tho place of n
mini's birth is of no iinportnncu. nnd duos not
rnnko him n good mini ; but thu heart is tho basis
of n man's character. There are plenty who
boast of Hawaiian birth, but when their character
and their acts nro scrutinized, it will appear Hint
they havo foreign hearts, devoted to n foreign
country. Numerous wero thu native-born sons of
Hawaii who strovo earnestly with KfngLutinlHo lo
sell n pieco of Hawaii uoi (Pnuloa,) and that was
nt n timo when Luunlllo wns lying nbed vory sick.
Hut Gibson, who though born in n foreign land
has n Hawaiian bo.irt, worked oarnostly and
strongly against tho scheme, and tho insidious
designs of theso llawaiiau-horn foroign-buarU
"Gibson much desires tho forwarding of every
thing that will bo for tho good of this country;
but most of nil he dosirus tho preservation uf the
poople tho poor who aro 'lestitnt,nr fri...i.tr-i
hutl thercforo they rovilo him ; but he lluds his
reward nnd his satisfaction in the loro of the peo
ple. " In tbo years that havo passed, Gibson has
worked hard to secure tho proper care nnd comfort
of tho lepers ; and ho hopes ,to still further work
for that object, for thu. plans proposed by tho
patriot!" Tgislnturo of 18bO for the benefit of tho
ttlck-, ns well an for other objects, iuivu not bwu
enrriod out by the sulf-seoking nud wrong-doing
" Where is tho sura of $10,000 npprpprinted for
special hospitals on all tho Islands ?
" And tho sum of $21,000, for tho China Lino of
" And the ifSO.OOO appropriated for tho Pali road
"And tho $100,000 appropriated for a marine
" Where are the other largo sums of money, that
wero in the national treasury, nud appropriated by
tho representatives for various public works ? All
tuoso mailers cannot, tie ion in me untie, out must
bo raked up, examined and reported on ; and Gib
eoii is the ono to sift them ; he will doligeutly
search with open eyes, undcterrod by tho frowns'
of any Minister, nnd will do the work fearlessly,
" How about the pooplo of Koauapali who nre no
disappointed ? Iiy tho decision of the Attorney
General they nro deprived of tboir voting rights.
Perhaps that may bo law, but it is contrary to
established right aud to tiruo-lionorod customn,
nnd tho Legislature only hnsnuthority to correct
tho wrung, if, indeed, thcro is n wrong. And now,
the people ot Knaiuipali aro hereby advised to
meet boforo tbo election day, nnd nppulnt n com
mittee to go before tho Inspectors uf Election nt
Lahnina, and ask for tho npK)ititmeiit of deputies
for Knannpali. And on tho day of election, to
hold their election, and to send the proper certifi
cate to bo laid before tho Assembly.
" Gibson runs hero iu Honolnlu ; not because bo
has an nlohu for Honolulu people only. Ily nu
menus 1 Gibson is for tho whole Hawaiian Island.
His Ienhninn friends elected him in times past;
lot them not think ho lias now doseited them. HU
heart is with thorn, nnd wllh nil, for progreas. He
is the servant of the whole Unwailnii people."
Tho following statements made by gentlemen
w ho wero present on tho occasion uf the debate
upon tho voto of want uf confidence, lu thu Legis
lature uf 1678, may serve ns u oommuut tqioii the
facts put forward in tbo Inst issue nt tbo '. (,'. A,:
Mr. Dolo has also been interviewed, ho said: I
was closu to the door uf tho lobby at the time you
ulludu to. Mr. Uiten r.ppc-'.rcu Tsry much ex
cited. His tone wns menacing; bo Impressed mo
ns n man who wanted to do mischief, but did not
What mischief do you menu ?
Immediate disorder, tilery wns n general expec
tation uf such disorder.
Whence would this disorder have couiu 7
Thorn was n large crowd present, who were ex
cited, they ncemed to bo under tlm control of Mr.
Gibson. A number of pcoplo oiis-ctcd trouble,
Mr. Hartwell says, ns Atioriioy-Goucrnl then I
was especially critiolred by Mr, Gibson lu his
Finance lloportnnd lbsolution of want uf con(l
deuoa iu tho Ministry. During those debates, nn
excited crowd ot natives wns In conatant atten
dance iu the hall nud at the windows. At the Into
night session, when Dr. Mmllh replied 1st Mr.
Gibson, many nutiuiHtted n row und went pro
Pi rod fur it. Whether ourrectly ur not, it wits
believed by ninny that when Mr. Gibson made his
remark nboat having disorder, turning n hu then
did toward thu crowd outsidv, he meant to call
them iu. Thu Assembly was ut unco ndjournid,
nnd thu vote wns taken Iho uott day.
Our reporter interviewed W. O. Huiith, nnd the
following is the result of the interview!
lleimrler You Wore n member ot the Leghda.
Mr. Smith Yes sir, I wns tho "senior" member
HeiurUr Did you voto in favor of the Fluauce
Mr. Smith -Nu sir, I did not. I voted against, (
and gave full reason, at tho time why I did no,
llciurtcr What did Mr. Gibson tuy, nud whst
was his manlier oil thooccttlouof the night debute
ou the resolution uf "Waul ut confidence")'
Mr. Smith- I sat noxt seat but oue from Mr.
Gibson, and saw nnd heard plainly what he did
nnd said. Ho was extremely excited. Hosoiiusl
hardly nble to control himself. At oue point when
Dr. Mott Smith had tbo Uoor.io sprang to his fuel,
nud with violent gujticulatiomt nud w.tlt gro.it
utssion luterrupteu tuo sponger nun uriiai out " it
you want disorder you can hmu it," He hewmed
to uddrtss hlruaolt a much lo theaudlenoooulsido
the railing as to the bouxe. The moment m ji
critical one, and only tbo quiet manner nud &.
lies of the 11 ou. Chariot It. lllahop and a,
others prevented disturbance ot n terloua natwtj,
Ono or twoof thpnativoiutiiiberswhu opposed Mr.
Gibson nud bis party were terrified.
'lhoiilxncwuropubll.il fruiilthg (AifriOi'llha
L'.'.th iust. us corroborative uf our cliaruo'oM-rho
Tb latest tljlc, uf deal' Halt aud Capt you will
Bud at tbo Honolulu Clothing Emporium.
fc'J A. M.MULUa, 101 Fwt Ht.
A few Ilarjialn uf Iho reiualuliir. Mock of Dry ami
Fancy (Joels, can Imi fonndjit at llio Honolulu Clolh
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