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Br E. P. ADAMS.
HAY OATS AT AUCTION
Tills ID ay,
SATURDAY, : : : : : FEB. 18th,
t tl o'clock m .in at Sale. Ilnom.
50 BALES HAY, 50 SKS OATS
Alio, 100 Sk.S.miOUNII DAItliKY.
I'.. IV A II. MM. Aur'ir.
Ounrdinn'a Sale of Rcnl Estate.
1t iiuiJKor 0 oiiiimt .maim: 111 ihe
Mm Hon .. I. .(mtil, I'blcf Jiullce nf the Supreme
Coirt, alltlngna n Court of Probate, dated .Inn lllli.
IpSJ. ami by urtler of F. A Schapfcr, Uuardlan of the
minor chlhlrm Chit.. Aplnnl l.iiii-x,ileciaaid theunilcr
slRiied nlll sell nt Pnbllc Auction,
On Saturday, February 18th, 1882
nt 13 M , at his Salca llram. IJtieen Ml. Honolulu, nil
lliose pieces or parcel, of land. .Itiiateoii l.llllii Mreit,
Honolulu, aforesaid, will, the llitlldliiKaihircon, known
ri the Honolulu .Match Factory, and Imvliij ft frrwtao
on I.lllhn Mirprt r 7l fret, ns the sameorr described In
a certain Deed nfOnnvpyance from lionlel P Iruo.ln
Ihe tale f'hailea A. hong, ri-roribd I" Liber ft, on pages
S7.S and 8711. Iicpilaat Iho expense of purchaser. V iir
ther particulars may be obtained from I' A Schaefcr,
i'tir-f lln . nr
K P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
REGULARS. I SALE
ON THURSDAY, FEB. 23d
At III A. .11., nt .Null- Ilnom,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Fancy Goods, Groceries
Sacks Corn. Hacks Potatoes, Sucks Dales,
Hacks llruwu Sugars, Cases Australian Duller.
Black ,Walnut Bedstead and Mnttrcss,
Trebles, Chairs, &c. AIro,
8 pairs GENUINE ORANGE COWRIES
K. P. ADAMS, Auc'tr.
GUARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
VALUABLE PIECE OF RICE LARD AT WAIAHOLE,
331 0 O Xj . TX.
1v vii:ti:i: ok ax oiidkii ok
- SALE granted by ihe lion. A. P. Jmld, Chief Jus
tlci-of the Supreme Court. Fitting In Prolmlp, on tine
17th ilily of .Iniiunry, A. II 1NM, and lijr ordir of KAMI
Kl, (k,.) utinnllnii of h'AUFK, (I. ,) a nili.or, the under
signed will null nt Public Auclloit
On Saturday, February 25th, 1882,
at 1- o'rlock noon, nt his Hale I'nom, Ojieen Street,
all Hint pli-co or Imiil ulliintcil nt Walahole, lll.ltlit of
Kn-ihttipokD, Island of Oahu, being npiinn I of llnyiil
l'ntent 1122. Ktilmn t TfoJ, In Kiipocpne, luiitiilnin:; mi
aren'nl I STkIUu nf res.
The'Tcrms am cush, and deed nt Ihe expense of Ihe
i:. P. ADAMS, Aiict'r.
J. NOTT S Co
TIN, COPPf R & SHEET IRON WORKERS
Plunibcr.H, Ous Fitters,
iinil Tin Hoofers,
Keep in Slock, All Kimla of Material In Aboie
Lines, And of
BEST WORKING BRANDS
'' Ami re Prepared to Execute any and
ALL KINDS WORKIN THESE BrtANCKES
Ships' anil Schooners' Cnbooscs,
" Army Ranges,"
conking capacity for ICO men.
Shert Lend, Sheet Copper, Shi et Zinc,
.il niiul aud Illaik licet Iron, 16 to 2G Range;
lluicrf Tin 1'hitf, Ic, lx, lxx, lxxt;
Copper h tt'ii m 1'ipc, U to 1 111;
nht'Ct Cupper, It- to 'JO ul, to vqiuro foot,
tlncut iwiti ilCAii;
llrs Holder, TlnntrV Holder, dipper and Brm Wire,
(iaUrttilecd Water l'lp-. ',,, ?, 1. l!t l'i,'.'!!!;
i'ull Aortmunt of Klbo, T, Unionn, vie.
Water Closet?, Cat Iron find Lead Holl ripe,
lloMt Dltibn, &tcp Lock, Main lllbti,
hllur l'liilcit iuhI Nlckvl lluihi Cock aud Vltli,
CottiblnatloH Cockr, lor cold and hot uuti'r;
llotfo Uuupllngc, Tuhular Shower lliad,
llalh TuIm. Hop And Ccppcr h,
Ca( Irun Muk, udriu Copptrn,
I'lpraud tta 'luiitff,
tlulT, Clrciiliithi.- Uollcra, for nipplylnK bnth lnk,
VC, lt i hut water t
Levi I'lpo, i to 2 lii.
HOlSi: I lil.iM8llliG GOODS
PER F. S. THOMPSON.
. . I.llirnry, Hall, llracki-t.SstuUciitn'nnd
Now on Hand, a FineAs?t.
Granite Iron Ware
Mr. Polt rmMroiK 'M'w 'nnt. Milk IMIrrn, Ulicul
Culler', Jelljr Mirnlnrr,Sliir(wHtniiF, KerosPim Motcn
Tiiltel Sd, Jtlb .MouUU, .irsn HortuiPiitt Uul
" h.i'. Yreiaul M.ildP llru.lii ., r lour ud .Iclljr
1lhl , Com tlffiimif, hlio ltluckllt;. Door .M.U, Itue,
Clothei WfWi'r; J'Hiniln Irpur, N.iuco Pn., ilunrd
ml anameeil;'Oliul'dUK'ligTiiniiiKiiii'f, Wlri'Xoul
:orr, Clulhn 11 u, Smro ('ullili, tieui Paui, Cuke
Crookery 6c Glassware
Such Uup and Saucir, riuti'1,3), to HHJ luchc
In diameter; ltovl. llukern, otip Tnreviu, VcjreUulu
lH.hr,, Milk and Cream I'llclirrn. Kurrn and lU.lii.,
C'buihtr, 'I'umldi'ii, tloblcti, Piuver lluU, llullir
nd buu-.ir Ulilic, Caka Mauda, etc , etc.
Cstrriagc and Cart Material !
To Arrive ox 1', S. Thompson and
PallniM, Itlnu, Kpnkoi, Klnalijr'a Aslo. ditto halt
Pfttunt IHijj Csrrt.ico HH"; '")'" l.ampa, ijulkr ltima
aud hiiokia, lliifjy 6hnft, Whlmi-lieee, Tcriulea, Ac.
Alau, llorai and Jblli' hlnw, illllo Ntll.
t) OOItl01TO-"Mmbtc .Sixpence,"
u'Ad e Intend to fljbt It out on tkla line,"
.T. WOTT Ac Ob.
llouolulii, Sept. ;;ih, lSJI. Mly
Hollleter & Co.
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND CIGARETTES,
'rSt Vnllr h'.lr
Dranlns Itooin, and
Lorillord'i Flua- and Fiat Cut Tobacco's.
DUKING MY"A3ENCE VROSI
the Ulauda, ,11 my hualneaa roncfru will bemau
s.d by 0, Ahuiij aid A. Meehln, J,,1lr-;0S(,IIKK
llouolulu. Dc;iub-r TtU, INI. ' mtivx
r- WSZi'TJr-A'SilS. f.bu rVI J
f i . 'Ai'ur.iiii
'- ,if.I Ul" 'Vi.ll
OFFER FOR SALE
"Duke of Abcrcorn"
NOU IIP.INtl LAN'IIUD IN
SPLENDID CONDITION !
After a rapid tiiMngp, and from other recent
rdilpitKiitrs tlit following
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
I'ritita of Irtlent nlytcti, fnt cnlom;
llliti! Dniiiitis, Whilo Crnilnn Slieolinp,
lIurmck'H Lout: ClcilliH,llro u liiticti Drills
I'iiio lilitciiH, Miilcskiu-i,
Jllnu iiikI Wliilo CliL'i'k MfitniloA,
Kiitiny IJitnn (lnoiln, Khtiry I'ltiiils,
lltlBHill Cltlflll, Soil I'll, Tlt'H, Cittvuts,
CrircliclB unit Kmicy Wurk,
Tow tilings and Towels,
Mtti'ri Wliiluninl llliiuti Cnltnti UnlMionn,
l..i(lie.i' Untie, Mcii'h Ilumly .MuituOlulliiti,
I ml i.i Iinliljci C'ii.iIh, Cit'itM ami LixgingM,
lto-'iillu mill Woolen SltirlH,
llluti iiikI (liey IIoi-mu lll.inkcls,
Wliilo Cottnti illniikelH,
Wixiluti Bhinkols, all colors sizes titul
yooltn nnil ('iiiitim Flaniirln,
Vtilvet nnil Tapestry CirpetinRS,
Vulvet nnil Tnpesiry Utign, Carpels nntl
Sugar Bags 20x36, Goal Bags
Rice Bags, Prime Quality,
Heavy nnil I.iglit llurlnps nml Twine,
A full npsorlincnt of
Also u few very nieo
Sailtllu cloths, liritllcs &c.
In G 7, H and 'J ft lennths (2lcait;e)1 hirs
und Vahirn tu nutch.
Fence Wire, Nos. 5, 0, 7, nnd Staples,
BilllOi IBOB WITH (I FL4TES.
Holt and Spike; coniplcts.
Fire llrlcks, rortlaittl Cement,
rirc-Clny, Whitlnp, Chalk,
ENGLISH, HAWAIIAN & AMERICAN
3, & nntl 7 yuul lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt.'
Peniijntis 1, 2, 3, t titul o gulluns enclt.
O.ilvntiizcd llttckcls, Tubs, Busins &e,
Cioekory, Iron Uodstenils,
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS,
Woiccstcrsliiro Sitnccs, Oroccrics,
English Leather Bolting, from 3 to 10 in,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Test,"
Sizes 1-1,3-8,7-10, 1-2,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
" Pig llrand" Stout, in pints and quarts;
Wood i Wolfu's Ale, pints and quarts;
ll.tss' Alu in (pun Is nnd pints,
India I'.tlu Ales in (luuts ami pints,
Belfast (linger Ale,
Fine Frenelt llrumlics in hull; nml cases,
lleiiiicssy's llr.tmly in eases &
Old Tom, Cheap ilnmily in eases,
Cases Scotch ami It ish Whiskiys,
Duplessis " Heil liar " uml other fino
thirets in eases,
Best Sherry in hulk and cases,
Champagne in quarts und pints,
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
&o. &o, Ovo. iStc. ice
Tlir.O. II. D.YVIKS CO.
Little's non-poisonous, and
Disini'uct'aiit and Sheep Dip.
AS A H!SINn:OTANT
and denderUer for liouabliold and hoapllal ilu tliU
valuulilo preparation, lumll the toed iiulUleeof curb
olleuclil, without ItadUadviininea bictu' uon-polMin.
oil., mid l plea. ill. I ixloiir, A uu uuteaipllc,
InrK'lUlde, und lotion for wound Ac In all aitlniala.
It will Uo found tnu.trlllculloua,
AS A SHEEP DIP
tor dlpplui; or liaiulilrculiis m a remedy for acah nr
liluvny,ll I. r.peililly uliialilu, aud I. largely und In
('nllfmula, the Au.tr Hon Uoloulea and hoitllt Anier
U. lutte.td of checking It promolea the gronlli nt
kooI, judndda to Urn uppciiianee and nuallty of tlio
1U ii p,
lieairlptlvo ilnukira und dlreclloua for u.euill ba
furiilaheil uu uppllcalloti tu
Thoo. H. Davlos & Co.
Oil WISH OP HEALTH,
AN .IHtATI'.n MX.AI.HOl.lC UISNKU
bcvirUL-e, pleaaluc la U.te,
A VALUABLE ANTIOOTE FOR SEASICKNESS I
We hate Juet rerelrrda amall parcel of tl.la rtleempd
and vtill kuomt bcura-'v, wlileli UDutlur lu iiuantlllea
to ult. .
Wl 7J T1IKO, J. UAVIKS.tV'0.
HoUister ft Co.
a a km rou
Humphrey' Homaopatklc Modloln Co'
XKW YURU AM
Crown Porfuraery Co., London
. v . r.
!m yJAfl M-rji tyw frVff VrTff? v
SOMETHING NEW !
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
HAVINO Ptnt'IIASKI) TIIK
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON AT
No 1W ond 101 Port dt
Will eonltniif the t.ii-llir-.. at the old aUtid. Ity l-'IIKA-ai:i
I'tt ll.l 1 1 I.N and ompliylni! I'litr.
I'l,s ,lll ISIi. uorhall podiatur to nialiitiiln thp
prr.llcpnf Ihe old sail popular llnllery, and to merit n
liberal pitrouae by fair dealing nml superior V'ork.
Special Attention Given to Children.
We arc prepared In do all klntU of lurjru Work from
MlnilatntP In Life 7C, eltlier In
Wiiti'i (Julors, Crayon, Intlln Ink, or
OH. IMiotos. Cnlnrcil, A:c., .Vc.
The only llnllpry In Honolulu Mlileli liaa a complete
Collection of ISI,M VIKWS, In addition to tho.p
pnrrhaacil of .Mr, Dlck.on.we bur Iho pntlro eollec.
Hon of View, and Poilrslt .S'rirathes mndp by Mr.
I'ln.p, lima enabling lis to offer the triatejt nrlily In
Km , couiprt.iug
Lava Flow Views,
AIo, n ntliply of llnitllon nml Honlli Hea Inland
(lirlorlllp., Pern., shell., Ac , Ac. .Vc.
A fine tiek of I'rnnicf, Mala, nnd Pa.aeimrtouti
conatantly on hiind.
A lady uill 1m In constant attendance.
Charuet nonaomibln nntl Sntlafactlon
fH-Olve tu a Call.
J. Williams &. Co.
AT CEMENT PRICES.
r KOU SALK IIY
71 KtfJlm M.
HACKFELD A CO.
19,000 ROOFING- SLATES,
To Arrive per"U. It. lllshop,"
IV VOil .SALK IIY
7ii sin im it. ii,t'iirt:t.n a i.
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
OP KVIIIIY I)lCItIPTIOK,
Per C. R. Bishop,
AND FOlt SAI.n IIY
H. HACKFELD & Co.
t'li Im 77 1m
C. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
CS5. T,,,K bk ."-lAllTHA DAVIS." WI1.I, Hi:
6tSO 1P'"clic-l from lluatoii for Honolulu on or
lfifll Tlrar ftf Mn .aw
Pcraoiitnlaliliiirtu order Koiida aliliipulby thlsica.cl
In. Ill, I ti.t.II ..t. w .-lw. .. I...V la a. ..... ..
iiuiilt nnil I onlirf on ur
lurlhcr imrticutntH apply to
ifi-iuiu itircn i.hii. rnr
n ,' ;n
O. HHT-WKK A- fO
LI. I'KHMiVH aim: rouniODcv tiifn.
Iiaaslnln Nuunnu. in L!!ertlti" fern. .li.t,!..
etc.. Rrowinx on same, uiils pennUalnn la sranteit
irom iuo .woo .or m mc interior, or the I.un:i lit ?uu
And It Is oleu forbidden tre'paatnt; on tlio Xunanu
And It l nl.o forbidden perrons lettlnirtlielr nnlnial,
run mi the umeriimi'iit I, out. In .N'mi.oiu.
All per'una found by the Lima of the (loveruinent
will bu prosecuted uetordli. lo law rnr trcpaaa.
W. X. AltMhTltONCl,
Mlnlner or the Interior, ad Interim.
Interior Onlce. Kebrnary ttli. IMJ. S'J :it tf, at
HAVING JDISI'OSKD OF MY
I'hntosrapli Ualli-rv on Port Istrect, Honolulu, to
J..I. wllllama A. Co., ulin nlll mntluuc the bualiice.. I
taketliia.ii.piirtuiilty orthinkiiiL' the public for ihelr
llbrnil pntninacn ami hope tlio name Mill be combined
lu my aucce.auri.. t!-tn) -!) .M. UIUKMOX.
MISS KIXG "VVOUliD HKSPECT
fully Inform her friends that the. Mill bo ready to
uptii the Kluderx.irten on Tuerday the 1Kb iii.taiu, ut
fo clock a. ., lu the ne-eottago on Iho OI)niplc Hall
preiulne, Kniinnn Aeuiic. 'lunae wl.hln; lo make
application will please Uo eo between now and Monday
""' till 7f.lt
I jfr. INTO,
Prom L. NUUFJjLD, Berlin.
CJr For Sale, by
h. Hw'iri:r.i .
n. t'liAiti.RN liKssi.cu. I'l'i-ii. or mi,
llmia V, n lliilow wilt li. f.1n,l in i.litv nt .,..i..,.i
AI..I, .....!.... ...l -, . . . ' ' v. r,v...
, , Ki " " "lout ruir ii'tme. l.oti.ima
el ven lu Plu iiofurii- playing SUM p,.r leeeou. irlthiu
bolf n nillu of the Po,t Olllce, beyond thol S'J UO. Com.
lniinlcntloii. left at WELLS' Music Sinn- will bo
promptly -ittnidid to. 74 svi :tm
A Special!) .
Warranted not lo Itu.lt Itreakl cr Weir Oiill
All styles and sizes nt
M-' lioLLisrnit ,t co.'
TKNDKUS WANTED !
'pj-.XJnSllS VOll I'UUNISIUNG
X llltKAl) und UEIIP to the Omen's llo.pitnl for a
term of ono yenr from the 1st Moreli ItMi will bu re
ccIpi1ui theODIcp of tlio uiiili.r.lgiied up to li o'clock
nmniili.it ihft.eit. k'..l.......,uu '
P. A. SCIIAEKKIt, Hcr'y.
Honolulu, l'eli. .1,1, SHi.
ir-it ski tit
The Mission Woolen Mills,
of all !zcs, wclghla and culoraj
t ff Tor bale by
p'JJ 77 lm
II. IIAC'KFKLI) A CO.
J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.,
Importing rttul MnnnfacturinR Statlonoi-a
Publiahm-fc, Nowa Dealers, Book-
Xllllilerfi mill Pmmp n,il,.
111. I-VI Merehnut Slrpel, lionnliilii. II, I,
JOHN EHUKUUTII. u, kMIMMI,
G. ENGLING & CO.,
No. 3 N'uiianu htreel,
Tinamttha mid Pluuibors, Dcnlon in Stove,
Itangp., Tin, hhvel Iron and I'oppi r Ware, keep run
.Uiilly on bund it fall u.aorlnieut of 'I'lnuare, Dahan.
Ued Iron and Lead I'lpo. India Uabber Ilo.e, Ac, .Vc,
Homes Made Comfortable II
The Reader, will Observe that
"VICKEBY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR,"
HAS, KVKX 1 ITS INl'AJfOY
aa ye, aiucieded Inllieleud of allothir IMclotlal
Muuthl) Papcra tu thr Kingdom, lis pagea aro lull of
Interesting ami In, iructUu dories for belli young and
old nnd the TWO IILAUTIPUL LAKUK blZB
Chroimi. gleu awuj with the But number nio atiiiuble
to adorn His mo.i eleg-int parlor,
tfC Kuub ab.crlb.r for hi 'J.I rpppliPM a .pt nf
OIlltOMUri with the Ural number of I ho paper and a
Copy of Iho paper by ach mall .trainer for twelve
month.. Audro.a JOSEPH K WISEMAN,
. Iliisinc.a Agent.
OlHcogT Merchant bt.. Ilonoliilii.il. I. Til ew.'lm
"The Shepherd Stunt
TSNOW irSSirui) ix I'AMlMITiUT
X Form. Parti, desiring conies-Mill uk-ata leav.
order., or addrcaa
7 it THUS. 11. Tllltt'M. Publlaher.
J. WILLIAMS CO.
tlU aud IUI Fori ritreet.
Picture, ot all tlxva and kinds nud In older, and
Franirs of all de.criptloui coiiirantly on band. Also.
bhclla, Corals, and furlu.llle. uf tho Pacific. g ly
rpilE UNOEnSIGXKD HAVING
X BJido certain linpioTtueuta In lb arraanat
aud ccnsUudlou ot Haea aud Air space, for tft.au
Uullcrs nkictt effect a conibleiabl saving of Fu.l la
vtllllOK lo guaranlcy all work enliu.itd to him.
Addr.lE OiKLir, UTiuen b. U
II lia plei.pd (l Majpfty the lilng In appoint Her
Itlgbui.a l.uooloKt. Hon ,t A. Naiiaru and Maiu
K'Alit"AAloLi: menibera of the " Hoard of llenealogy nf
lolanl Palace, Honolnlil. Feb. 41b, IS. 77 S-t
In accordance with the provisions of the .Section MI
of the Civil Codo, n suitable enclosure will be aet
apart for the Impounding of cstru) forth District of
liana, Island nt Maul, at a place called Kanalpapa,
W. X. Alt.MSTO.Ntl, Minister nf Interior.
Interior Office, I oifinfrrfm.
Feb. lSib, !!. f (77)
In accordance with the provisions of Section 213 of
th Civil Code, I bate appointed P. Nahukdiia, aa
Pound Mostcr for thenhuic namid Pound, In tin) Dis
trict of llan i, I'land nf Maul.
J.NO, O. HOMINIH. OovernnrofMaul.
Ofllce, (lovernor of Maul. Feb. 1Mb, ll"tt. 77
Snlo of Govoriimcint JLnml.
On WediiP-duy, Mureh 15lb, IMI, ul front entrance of
Alliolsul Hale, at i o'clock noon will be sold al Pub
He Auction, that piece of land belonging to Iho
Hawaiian (luiernment situated In KIIOM-IPAM:!:.
HA I.I III, and containing an area of 22 acres, subject
loleuse No. 2i I which eipltp. July 5th, 1SSI,
TKIUIH Cash, upet price "W.
W. N. AIIJI.STIIO.NO, Minister of Interior.
Deptof Interior, Hon. lllli, Feb. lo3. 70-u
Licenses Expiring in Tobuary, 1882.
iii:t.ii.. o.tiil .
1 1 IIoIIps .t Co, (Jupp,, ,, Honolulu
10 M Davis, .Nuiiuiiii rt, r
11 A Hlngir, loitur IJnmn and Itlcbard sts, "
Ii if II ripaiildlng, Nuiiann .1, "
i. i, ..i-iii-iihiii, i on sr, ' -. "
III Onan Ylt Lung t Co. Portal, -"' n
17 (! K Williams, Port st,
13 lliilpnuo, Kahatia, Konlaiiloa',
S."i Nee Mhin, Niiuiinii .1, "
SS U K Wells, Fort st, "
12 Ahol, Ilonokaa, llamakna,
i'i .iswan, Kniiini, tMiriii nona,
18 Ah Hiik, l.aiiiabnehip, llllo,
7 Ako, Walkapu,
'J C As.ec, Walltikn,
?7 John Oruuwald. llano,
2 Alo, Wolmea,
17 AuiiH. Knpan.
M lng Cliong, Kapala, LlhtiP,
1 Clint Chong A Anioe, Hotel st, Honolnln, Oalin.
I 'I inn on. .Makuwao, Mnul.
ID Ab Dak, l.iiiipuboi.hoe, Hawaii,
SI Akeo, Laliiilna, Maui,
'.'."i Mee Mbln, .Nun. inn .t, Honolulu, Oahu.
M W ong Ham, Mnkiiwno, Mnul.
.? I!1!".lsl"m v" I',tl '' Honolulu
, .. . M""'naii,iornpr King and Nnnanit sis, "
50 Jl Phillips .t Co, Knaliiimiiiiii sts "
21 II Hackfeld A. Co, corner (ucen and I'ort si, Hono'u
11 (1 W C Jones, (Knit,) Hawaii.
a W Fann, Hlln, Hawaii.
1'J Llipeuit, Honolulu, O.lhtl.
51 T Spencer, llllo. llnwiilt.
1 P Heymanson, Kingdom.
1 P 1 splu, kingdom.
10 Alionu, Piihoniia, llllo, Hawaii.
13 Hill Ohana, Knliann, Konlaiiloa, Oahu,
15 II Waterhouse, Knuii', Ojhn.
19 Ah Loway, Honolulu, Oahu.
All advertlsementa for the iiATcnmr Piutii mast be
aent In by Frid ty noon. No Infcrtlons for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sentfjit later.
Advertisers n 111 mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge.) Any not so marked
will be charged J months.
THOS. G. TlillUM, Manager.
NOTE3 OP lW'Wlik,
Oub thanks are rtuo Jlr. It. W. Laino for nowB
Tnrne was no criminal bnsiness in tbo Police
Court j tstorilay. i
A.n artesian well is being boral for tho King on
his property at Makiki. I.
Next 'Wnlncsdny, tho Sl'cl inst, will be tho annl
Teraary of Washington' birthday.
M4H8IHL 1'AnKE hasRimo to Hawaii to investi
gato into the shooting of n native by a'Cbinaman.
Tun Rteamship Antlralin will bo duo from San
Francisco this m ening.
Oun Sydney corrospomlenco was. nceived too
lato for the publication this neck.
The roof is now beint; put on Cftmpbell'B larpo
brick bitildiuR on tho corner of Fort and Qneen
Undkb tlio heading "Kativo Vroas" will bo
found translations uf editorials frtSa tlio Vut Aina
tho tono of which wo heartily comruend.
A CiiisrsE burnlar entered Air. C, T. DillittB
ltain'H house on Wednesday niijlit, hiit succeeded
ia niakiiiK his esciiiw without bcinp; apprehended.
'1'iie l'ortugui'so Coiutuissiunor who lias been
sent cut by his Government to inquire into tho
labor problem hero is erpected to arrive by the
Luton numbers of Chinese contlnao to arrive In
San FraucUco. Tho Uritlah Meani'sliip fitlnrell
Cattle followed tho .Uurv i'uthum from llot.gkont;
with 1,UL"J panbeli(!ers. 1
Mu. II A. P. P.uiTKit was in WashittRton an lato
ns tho '.'1st ult. As (ar as .va can learn the pros-
IKcts for the maintenance of tho treaty arc favoru
ilo. The eiplmlini; of lift ecu tlimisand times ten
Uious-iml tliousanil tlre-cruckursaud bombs burst
ing in air, Knve uulUcient pniof through Ttiurrulny
night Unit it was the vu of thu Chiucau Kew Year.
The C'iVy ofXtie J'oiVbrounlit little news of
importance from tlio colonics. Knmll-pox still
cuntiiiucH in Sji'.ney and has nppoarcd nt Adcldidu
and other place b, but is alowly clucrcauini,'.
Last Tuesday afternoon tho house of a Portu
cuoso on School street near Lilih.i was entcreil by
koine onu liming hit abseuve, and u (liauiund ritiK
and live dollars in inoiiPy taken. In k drawer
that was left untouched was a ohl watch.
Tins nf ti moon giiines uf cricket ami lawn tenls
will be pLi) il at Makiki under thu auspices of thu
Honolnlil Athletic. Association, 'litis is the first
htepUkcu by thu Association, ami ueliopo toseu
many of its members and tr lends present.
I.abt Saturday the schooner Julia sailed from
Honolulu for tho Uilbert Islands tu return siity.
eight labours ftoni those grouiw, whine terms uf
service htid eipired. Kliu hxik nlsu live (Msseif
era to other groups which thu Mmnlnj Slur was
intending to Wsit.
An alarm of firu v,us tuttud lu yesterday after
niKin from King street near Maunake.t, nnd China
Co. No. A, Pacttio llosu Ko. 1, Michama No. 2 mid
Hook .t Ladder No. I were soon on thu ground.
Thu alarm, however, was iieedluis as there was. no
lire. China ComiMny exercised its meuiburs by
Hiving thu street in thu vicinity a good wetting.
Tuk San Frsucisoo Coaimireial UciuU uml -Vur.
k'l Itteitie of January LlilU, a taaelvu page edition,
contains a lull Ttourd ol tho business of S.ui
Francisco and thu Paclflu Coast for IMI. With
the same number it also issue a railroad map of
thu United State nnd Mexico.
At tho meeting of thu Y.M.O.A. held on Than
day evening last, thu time was fully taken up in
consideration of thu new constitution which at n
Into hour was coucludcd and adopted by n vote ol
'21 tu 7. The consideration uf the lly-Law and
other deferred business was laid over for a special
lueetluj; two weeks henoo.
The Young l'coplo's Union met at the resldenco
ot Judge II. II. Austin last Thursday evening, Mrs.
J. A. Cruzan in lb-e ohair. There wn not a largo
ail attendance as usual, owiug to tho abAOiicnof
the Punabou scholars who have always aided ill
making the sociable a success. Those who were
preMiit .pent a ry tujuyablu .veiilug, U pro
gramme of wutt. reoluuou ami a chanul. being
curiicd out to the g.ueral MUsfaetlu of all.
TIiom partlcipaliuc lu the charajde crt4 a great
deal of merriment by their local bit ami wllll
cuius. Th butliuis uitxtlutc followed, during
which lb tim. (f meetinu WM cbauued aa as not
to conflict with the meetings of the Y, M. C. A
which has heretofore met on the same evening.
'Ihpncxtftoclil will bo hold in IIto weeks nt the
residenco of J. A. Cruan.
The Vvjrl Sound tlVrtfy Arpni of January 1,11b,
tiubllahesn table giving Ihe lumber eiports from
Port Townsend to foreign ports for the month nf
December, IMI, Out of a total tif thirteen cargoes
fix were fur Honolulu nnd two for Kalinlai. Tho
others were for Mexico and tho Fiji Islnndo.
At Fort Street Church Sunday morning, J. A.
Crnrnn, pistor, will preach njioii tho " Ksentlals
for Church Mrniberahlp," ami in the evening, by
special request, upon "llow Shall wo Spend Sini.
day In the Home V A cordlil welcimni to all.
Usliers always in ntlendnnco to provide seats for
ntrnngers and casual attendants.
The steamer CVfyo.S'eic 1'JI- did not arrive
from tlio Colonies until Thursday. Shn sailed
from Sydney January Vijth nml from Auckland on
tlin .Hot nnd when near tho Kqtmtor lsld to from
2:110 r. M. until 0 r. M. mi tlio lllli to mal.o repairs
on tho engine. She brought fourteen aspciiger
iur iiuiiuiuin. Aii iinirauny eveniiiR nt fi r, M.
she sailed for San Francisco.
List Saturday, the 11th inst., which was cele
brated ns Accession Day, the troops were on
parsdnand in tin) afternoon, with Hie King and
stall at their head, marched tu tlm residence of II.
It. II, Ituth Kcelikolntii on Ciiima Htrcet, whero
they formed in Hue nnd presented arms ns tho
Princess nppearcd. The soldiers afterwards par
took uf aluuti. The marching on Saturday was
by far the best we have seen them do.
Tnnnrtcslnn well being bored for tho Govern
ment on Iho extension lo the Alllolnni Hale lot In
down one bundled feet in very hard white rock,
in wiiiou prugreKMsmiuiovcry siowiy. xuoiirsttwo
feet was through soil, then followed live feet of
black sand, fifty feet of hard coral, ten feet of
M'ry hard black boulders, ton feet of sitidstuno,
nnd the lematniler in the hard crnnite like ruck
through which they aro now boring. 'Iho first
soxentvuvo feet was nindo In twuweoks, and it
his Liken tho samp tlino to bore the Inst twenty
11 to foci. Specimens uf tho rock encountered nt
various depths are saved nnd aro nn interesting
The opinion cxprcssi-d by tho Satoiidat 1'nra.s a
fihorttlmo since that wo have aplenty of stone
near at hand snltnblp for building material, nnd
for lioth common nlnl fino work is nliout to ro
echo a thorough demonstration. In the largo
building which Mr. James Campbell contemplates
ricciing on mo corner oi j'ort anil .llercliant
streets to cover the space now occupied by tho
Btnrc nf Huflschlaeger A Co., A. W. Ittchard'son
Co. nnd Tbos. O. Thrum, ho intenc's to mnko Iho
first story uf thu front of iron nnd Rlnss, nnd tho
upper storiesof stono from his quarry nt Ewa
which takes n fino palish.
Last Tuesday soino of tho Irontn of tho
whaling bark llntnboir, which was lying off and on
outside the reef, camo Into port in tow of n Hleam
whale-bunt. This is anew iuovation in the whal
ing business. The boat is built specially for tho
pttrposo and tho propeller is placed underneath
and nearly in tho center so ns to make ns little
noise ns poasllile. When oars or sail aro being
used the propeller can bo lifted cloar of tho water.
It is n little heavier than tho ordinary whale-boat
and can make abont eight knots an hour when
running at full speed. Among the members of tho
crew who enmo nshoro were natives of these
islands aud northern Indians.
One by ono the nnclcnt landmarks of Honolulu
are disappearing. Soon it will bo that old rosl
dents, returning after an absence, will hardly
reci)gni.o the place. Tho old''Pelly" premises,
on tho corner of Hotol stro?t nnd Adams' Lane,
have recently undergone a transformation, and a
number uf neat new cottages now occupy the site
of the former ndobio houses. The place lins a
history. Forty years ago it belonged to the Hud
sun's Jlay Company, and was long occupied ns n
residenco by tho Agent, George Pelly, who was
very much of a character in his way. When tho
Company closed up its Agency here, tho proporty
camo into the possession of tho lato It. C. Wyllie,
nnd was leased for a number of years to tho Gov
ernment, which lilted up and occupied the build
ings as Ministerial oillces, (Wyllie, Greg;; and L.
Kamehameba,) until tlui removal to the old
French Hotel premises Iwtwecn Fort and Garden
streets. Tho last purchaser was Mr. J. T. Watcr
hou.se, who is nuw ho thoroughly and tastefully
renovating and rejuenating what was onco so
well-known as "Old Pcllv's."
U.v isntnruay eveniiiR last, nnother entertnin-
mcut was oiven at ,tho .Music Hall bv Mr. Edwin
. .. . .
llrowno nnd Professor Xavier. Tho Canopy of
Phyilias was tho first thttiRou tho programme,
and it was ono of the best. Tho sudden nppeir
ing and disappearing of tho statue in tho canopy
was well done, and waBn mystery to not a few.
Tho Labor Question was then"discussed by Senator
llrowno, who made some Rood hits. Professor
Xavier next entertained tho nudienco with a bud
Ret of Jutt and mystery, and performed some very
Rood tricks, the best one beitiK the tearing up"6f a
borrowed straw-hat'and rotnrninr it nninjured to
its owner. The Grecian nnd Itoman Statuary was
very Rood, but unfortunately ono of tho sceno
shifters did not manage his part ns well ns he
should Uavu done. The subjects were. " Watch
ing," "Ajax," "The Gladiator," "Tho Dyiiic
Gladiator." ,;The Defender," " The Conqueror,"
" Despair ' nnd the " Itock of Ages." The " Curse
of Drink" was well illustrated, in tho second part
of tho entertainment. Five minutes with Xnvier
iserveil tu still further mystify tho nudienco. Tho
ever amusing uancing aueitlon was noxt produced.
The entertainment concluded with tho "Marvel of
Mecca, or tho Floating Sylph."
Hon. Lewis Mouoax, who recently died in New
York, was led in tho course of his investigations
into tho history of the North American Indians,
to study the subject of kinship. Under thu auspi
ces uf the Smithsonian Institution he sent all oor
tho world for classified names of kindred m all
known languages. Tho result of his researches
was published in his books Aneitnt Sueitty, and
itfi o VuHMinifuiHilif aaa Ajiiiilv of thr Hit
VaiH OVer tWO-thlld of the dobe. the mti.rnmr.
ri.igBuf brothers and sisters, bringing it to pnssNJ
.mil. ovory iictoou in grnuup.ircnt, parent, uroiner,
sister, child, or grandchild ofoory other person
in the tribe. Tho seouiid division (which ho calls
I'Himl.iuii, apparently from our Hawaiian word,
uminfmi "having wives or husbands in common,)
is founded, ho says, on tho intermarriage of
Bovernl sisters with each others' husbands in n
group. 'Iho third, or " pairing " division, is mar
riage on trial so to ype.tk, at the will of either
party. Tho Patriarchal, comes from one man'H
marrying severnl wives. Tho Monogamian is the
marriage of ono husband to onu wife. In this
way Mr. Morgan has traced out, im ho believes, tho
gradual developomtnt of our Christian ideas of
matrimony, and of the family, from an original
statu of promiscuous interinarringo in savage life.
Vimtinii ono day this week Mr. G. West's car
rlngoshop on Queen street wo were surprised to
find so complete mi. establishment in Honolnln, as
we had not been insldoof thu building or build
ings sincu locating in Its nuw quarters. Thorn nra
two departments davoted to wood work, onu for
carriages and light vehicles, nml the other for
he ivier wagons nnd carts and for repairing. Tho
blacksmith shop adjoining is fitted with the latest
appliances for doing work thoroughly nml quickly,
the most noticeable being the uso of thu steam
blast which can bu rcsutitul without the least
dilllctilty iustead of thu old fashioned bellows.
In an adjoining room is a circular saw fur cutting
the wood used, a machine for hapiiiy tho ends of
the felloes of nny hUoiX wheels, n iniiuhltiu for
boring iron etc, nil ur which is run by an engine
of Honolulu manufacture. In another room tho
buggieri nnd "expre.shc" are trlmmod, from
which they pass through suueesuivo npirtmunts
whero they nre primed, painted, and varnished and
at last turned uut complete. In addition to the
nbove are store houses, and in tho former a largo
quantity of material on hand. After finishing our
tour nf iiisivctton our greatest surprise was to
know that Honolulu could buppurt so oxtuusivu nu
establishment, onu employing on uu avjrnge
FulloaoIs the record o( Police Court pro
ceodiugs for thu week! S. Kokaullo, drunkenness,
forfeited $t ball. Manuwni, same charge, for
feited (0 bail, Knmaka, samu charge, forfeited
G. Keokl, sHino charge, forfeited iffi. JuhnSilva
und Kaomahele, drunk nnd disorderly, former
fined sVJ, latter $5, uoats (1 eaeh. I'uiii, larceny
of a duck, sentenced tu thrcu months' imprison
nient nt hard labor, costs if 1. and nt expiration uf
sentence tu bo rulurnud to ltuformntory School.
Katiiho, nssault nnd battery on Mary Kulbcbini,
tlnoil U5, costs $3. E. Forgie, carrying pistuls,
llnud if'io, ousts $1. K, Furgie, using tbreateulng
language, and threatening tho life of J. W.
Stuieus, charge withdrawn by prosecution. Chong
Cham, perjury, examination waived aud defend
ant committed for trial to Supreme Court. Ab
llnng, AhSai nnd. Ah lice, having opium in pos
session, noils fiivitnnt entered by prosecution In
oAsuuf AhSuiniul Ah Hec; Ah Hang fined f IO
nnd sentenced to six months' Imprisonment nt
hard labor, costs $X Nahiiiua nmi Akuua, adul
tery, former lined f 1.1 and latter T:W, coats l
each. D. Purdy, diMirderly conduct, ordered to
give bond in the sum of tplOO, conditioned thnt ho
will not reiieat the oiicnoo within 13 months, cotta
tl JJ0. Chns. James, assault and battery un Ah
Kui nnd Ah Ixki, Unwl 1. cost Tl. Kibiklbl,
llinu nnd giving Intoxicating liquor to Hawai
lans, fined f'-'OO, cost ii. or in default of payment
to receive VU days' liuprijonmunt, II, Cattw right,
as.sa.ilt and lutUry on J, F. May, iload guilty, aud
held that the action was justifiable! fined $, coU
6:1. Civil Itecxrd. Haiku Sugar Coiuistny, v..
Martin Lawsou and Andr Anderson, desertiug
contract oervica), ordered to return to .plover,
coaU )3, Qaim .Qaong vs. Mow On Cboug Co.,
action on promisory note for 91H0 , Judgment for
pbiiulIS, Cos. appealed to Supreme Court. A. 8.
Uolttor vs. William Turner, action of aasumpait
(ur f 18, judgment for defendant, cos U 1.10.
.., books thnt might to bu in our puhlio library.
He cluBsillcs tho human family in lio divisions,
Iho Malayan, Turanian, Syndasmial, Patriarchal,
Monogaiiiian. The first, or " Uunsansuine." urn.
Case appealed to Intermediary Court. Oom
?!i,"n.. T?" J'ool A. Mnng, nctlonnf nssnmpslt for
fl.:, judgment for plaintiff. T. It. Foster vs.
haiwi, deserting contract service, ordered to re
turn to employer, costs f:t.
Two cases of flnml.po broke ont nmong tho
fteerago passengers of Iho Ztalmdla after leaving
hero on her last trip down.
Two boardern al ono of the restaurants got into
an nllercnlloti last evening In the course uf which
tlin (liter called tlio jonnuer a foul, Tlicrcnism
the Itijiiiedyoti t man with blood in his ow, tired n
ball nt llinuthcr, aliilui,,. bun in tliu luck, and
was speedily placed under arrest therefor. Wn
sovercly condemn tho wasting of fishballs in this
Twflve passengers left Honolulu for San I'iiui
clsco by th,, 'o,r. Q,t,i, five arrived from Mm
yun i t no j. a. rtiiktHbrnt, seven by the IP. (I.
I) irtn, live by the Ku,,k,t, three by tho AnaAmm,
ten Chinese by tho Man Tathnm, one passenger
from Ilremen bv tlm t: it. ii;.),nn n,i i,...i.?..
in ntiil nln
irom inn (iiutiles by tho Cltif r. .Veir IViiI-. Tho
same steamer took from hero for Iho Coast thirty
eight cabin passcngon nnd tlilrty-thrto nlr-erngo.
FtiLLn-ixci Is tho progrnmmo of tho Hand con
cert at Kmma Squnro nt luTO r. si. to-day i
March lllues and (lray Prer.ph
Overlure-llaiiillt Tricks , "m,nn"
Hplrclldii-Tlin Lovers' Well,, lew . . ! I ilfe
Wallir-Olld.il Voull ....WalllVuH
Selectlon-My Little Wife, Orflla,.........'.'.i;cocr
'ITrtml will try to give another concert nt tho
Ilawaliaii-Slul uu Monday evcnlti., February
-sJtli, (circuinsi.fnces sTmittitig,)
Last Saturday evening, al tlio Hotel, Jlr. K.
Furgle.who Is quite well-known in Honolnlil and
hns ntwayn been quiet nnd peaceable, suddenly
drew a revolver on .Mr. J. W, Stevens, but was
prevented from using It by Mr. H. Webb. He also
had another pistol on his iwrson. No ronson was
g ven for the intended nssault, Furglo was fined
ir-ii fur carrving plstuls nnd n chargo of nslng
"firJ1l"ilK laiigungo and thrcalcnlng the life of
Mr. htoveiis was entered against him, but after
wards withdrawn. Hn left for San rrancisco on
tho forttl Qutm last Tuesday.
Tnr mmUl .1 ini,., .. (.. ,. i ia"" ouier mens utterances nml put them on Ub
Ani. musical nt l otinhon on Monday evonlne. .,', i.pt,. ,.. mi,.,. ..... .,.i. ., i ..
passed of vory pleasantly, and to the great s.itlsf.io-
tionof the numerous guests. Dr. Hoffmann hd
KltllllV Presented to tllO IflHtitntfmi innianlml...
Mo.in. n ...... ..e i.i.i. ... :..."""". '".""""."
ndded (trcntly to tho richness of Iho programme,
which was as follow a s
1. focal Solo Above the Stars there Is Itest....
S. Piano Dnet Die Namelosp Polka Onnsel.
LoulsoTiidaleJt Jlay Dillingham.
3. Piano Solo Mozart Sonata No. ,1.
4. 'Vocal Solo Mother and Child lllller.
, Jennie Orclve.
B. Piano Dnet-Orand Val.o Schalhou".
,1 , ' I "lill-l n.l. leilUITI'U, nmi wiiicij
., .. ..i'mi" i.u.r'7 .. .nny .Aiiierion.
6. ccaI Dm t-f Would That my Love.. .Mendelssohn.
Mrs. Handford .t Alice Heutnn.
7. Piano SDlo-Thc Merry Peasant Schnman....
., Sonatina Dussek.
. . Nellie Low rey.
8. Tlano Solo The Gazelle Splndler.
. , , Marian Austin.
9. iPlannDiiet Oalopdl Bravura SchnloiT.
. ,. Ilcsale Dickson ,V Maiy Hlllebrand.
10. ocal Solo Scena A Prayer from Der Prcl.ehnls,
11. Piano Duet Overture lo Der Frclichntr Weber.
Mrs, Ilnndford Heisle Dickson.
Anxnquilo a period of dry weather thowclcomo
rnin hns ngaln made its appearance in Kohaln dis
All tho mills nt Kohaln aro grinding nnd times
Wmb nnd instruments for a telephone lino for
tho new railroad havo arrived at Mahukona and
poles are being erected along tho track.
Seeo nnd Kunia, two enterprising Japanese, aro
making preparations to start a bakery at Kohaln.
A Chinese distiller of ololehao shot n untivo at
Waipio, on tho .list inst.
Tho Native Press.
OPl... n11n.tH I .. ...II. 1-1 I.. ,!. , - ..
J ' ""u"'"i; " " '" mo vinia;
"From " t0 "" KinR Kameliamelta V asJ
8nmcd '"e ltoyal prerogative of himself making; a
Cunstitution, nnd imiwsed u on the nation tho
Constitution of 1804, wo have nover known tho
district of Honolulu to elect ns Hvpresentntives its
best men, in point of intelligence or wenlth. Tho
majority of those qualified to voto havo voted
heedlessly, being led by the "nose, influenced by
drink or by rpal bribery. Tbcy have not voted
with good judgment, nor independently, ns they
were bound to do, and tbcy have nltogother dis
carded tbo men of ability and menus of tbo dis
trict. "And tho great mischief which wo deprecate, is
tho jealousy of color. Wo beliovo, and we advise
our countrymen tu understand, that it will not do
for our Hawaiian race tu entertain or express n
feeling of jealousy on account of race color. For
the foieign races aro possessed of abundant wis
dom, nnd we have as yet attained to but a very
small degree of their knowledge.
"At thu snrae time we say to our foreign born
friends, do not try to tread upon the native nor
iniposo upon him my our intercourse, for ho learns
to work, imd thu liuiu may cuino when you will
want to poll together.
" Hero la our case we nre nil, natlvo Hawaiians
and those of other nationalities, in thu same boat,
the Hawaiian Kingdom, and thu best thing for us
to do is tu strive together for tho good of tho
country aud thu nation. Let uo one try tu create
divisions, which must result in unsettling our con
dition. '"In our opinion, evory one who earnestly de
sires tho welfnru of Hawaii uei and her independ
ence, whether he lie n whitu man, u unlive, a
yuiuiiaiuiiinoriaiiui, ur u u uer iiHioiiaiiiv, 1 w-My Stock of Pipes, Clgi
is a into Hawaiian, and should bu called by noJwIII bo sold at CUM!' I'MIC'i
xj ne sinie paper mua uiscoursos on mo practice
of district justices running for ItepreseiitaliH's :
"It is a matter of nn little surprise and regret
toustu noto the eagerness with which the native
district justices aspiru tu tho honor of n ltepro
tentative uf thu people, and how they work to get
elected for tho dtbtrivts iu which thoy cxcruisu
judicial functions. Thero nro very many reasons
which could bu adduced ngaiusi their sittlnc as
law-makers, withuut positively excluding them J
under thu Constitution, as is tho cast) with insane
persons or idiots, but with relcrciicu to thu pecu-'
liar position wincii ns judges incy occupy.
"First We ubject to judges occupying n place
whero the legislative and thu judicial power aro
confusedly combined in one person.
"Second Cau thu sacrtd character of tho Court
bo maintained in it parity when tho judgu is
earnestly striving to bo elected as a reprcsent.ititu
iu hi uwu district ' Will there uut be homo 3
Klisbt swerving from n straight line iu tho punish-n
mcut uf Mimu olTcndets brought beforo him, iuu
viow ui mo coming eicouon r Aim in mo oveui ul
tho election of these olHcials, will there not be oc
casion tu susiect influence in their vote for a
Minister or n bupremu Judgu t
"Third 1 not thu district instlco the President
of thu Hoard of inncctora ut Flection iu his dns-l
trict r He then being the presiding olhcur, is lit)
not likely tu uxorcisu u greater iutluenco iu obtain
ing votes than any other candidate I It it is an
Bwertsl that ho will appoint u substitute nt theX
election, wu may however be suru that he will np-1
oiut one that kuow.i nud will work for his supo-l
riors ticboi, nntiiuii uiureioru uis lunuenco is
thu samu ut thu ballot box, ns though ho remained
them ami worked for bimaulf.
" Wo nnnrovo very much of tho plan adontod bv
., ,1 -P .. ,- " - . , f. . - ., - "m
mo jion. o. m. aapena
whilo hu was Governor uf
tbo Island of Maui. He recommended tu all hold
inc Government noslliou within his uuburnntorl-
nl rule, that iu case they dcairid to bcoomo candi
dates for the imaitiou uf l(epresentatie, tbuy givo
irjiolllco before undertaking to solicit vutes. iho
cuusrquence wn. that not n single justice rjm for
the Legislature, but tbuy all icniainul nr.d at
tended tu tho duties ut thu sacred pusltluu uf
which it has been said 'Let justlcu be douo,
though the hi'.leus fall,'
"'ihi year, there nru not leas than nine district
justices who bavu been te'luruud as ltepresenta
lives, aud they will leave their dutm lu the bauds
of deputies whoco legal abilities aru untried, with
thu purpote, when the aesaiuii is oyer, to return to
their several district nud sit as judges again.
"Hereafter it will bo well fur our I ilviids, the
district justicus, tu understand that It will be
better fur tUeni tu stick: to the positions to whichl
they havo already bicit appointed, rather than lol
urrutivously suppose it a good thing to lie do-1
corutmlwltU thu naiuo of an honorable reprcseti-'
We transbilo nn editorial in the A'iioi;
" 'This Vuiok isJacou'b Voice, uut the Hands
auk the Han ixi or ltti.' In last week's. VAih U
uu article with tho huadiug 'The Voice of one uf
thu Father uf ltcllgion,' On n cireful examiua
lion it wilt appear that Mil i Ibu old voice of
Jacob ' gr&atlovo' of I.anai: tho voice is that of
the. father, but tbo feel of the baueU U quito an
" What due this voloo Bay f This: ' I greatly
reveru thu nrofcasion of tbu clergyman, becauau it
i rigardrd a a holy, loving una charitable oecu
pittuu, conducing tu guul living, concord and
Iieaco. Hut iu view uf the oouductof ocituiu will
iiiuwn clergjiuell uf this city, thero iuiauriteiiH
feeling of butemes and disgust in my mind, and
1 have nearly lust all uualid.ucu iu them u laith
f ul servant of the Lord.' This i what tbo voice
said) but in looking over the articlo from Leglu
nine; tu end we fail lo find n single fact lu ula
a charge against the clergymen mentioned. It i
not dUtinctly t forth that the cl.rgyiucu nave
beuu guilty of any partloular act, nor thai they
havo Id anything wrung. Nothing uf tho sort;
but il U ull were inainuatluu and tuueudo. It i
the Rrnplng In thr dark of an Imbecile, who known
however that ho Is talking falsehood.,
"The writer (ells of his disgust nnil conlefnpt
for these clergymen. Hint is probably true, but
It is not now. Vrom ancient times, there has al
ways been n feeling of contempt and disgust be
tween that which is evil and that which is Rood
between tho crooked and Ihn straight, there hns
always been an antagonism, and there will be
forever, Theiro am n Rood many clergymen In
this city, of vnrions sects of religion, and tho
writer in tho Ktite should plainly designate who
he means and what Is their fault, before inclliding
them all In h'.s obscure charges,
"Thiswise father says, 'It U the duly of the
clorgy to labor for peace, nml to oppose dissefi
Ion,' nnd so forth. The A'tietwi Informs him that
however much he may endeavor to stop dissension
between righteousness ntul wickedness and be
tween bad deeds and (rood deeds, ho will fallj
there In no pence for the wicked, nu city of rcfcRf,
and no clergyman can conclude a treaty with evil.
Ihero is only one door of escnpo for the evil doer,
nml Mint is renctltance nnd thp fnrnl.an.n nf .In.
A clergyman is not different from other men) ho
s not nny more holy than others. And the pulpit
Is not nny holior than Is the cnrinler's shop! nn
to holiness, nil men nro alike, fly his oCice ma
clergyman, man is not clovated above his brother
men. It is proper for him to talk nnd to emptor
himself nlmut matters that nre for the welfare of
the Government and the nation. It la his duty to
finoso that which Is evil for the good of tho
country, Ills not right for him to (latter fully.
If ho shall undertake to mnko a emennnt between
sin and righteousness, tho result will bo a dis
astrous failure. i
"Tho words of tho good Hook arc 'Hut the
wisdom that is from nbovo is first pure, thuii
lienceablo.' Thero enn bo no ponce without clean
liness." The Kiiohxi hns n very favorable notice of tho
"Honolnlil Athlelio Association," and recom
mends Its readers lo rovlvo some of the ancient
games nf skill and strength, such ns spenr Know
ing, bowls, foot races, Ac.
'Ihe Kklt ridicules tho A'iio.cki for thinking llt.it
.Mr. Gibson was the writer of tho artlclo In tho
former entitled "The Voice nfn Father of Itelf
gion." It says that "Gibson Is not in the habit of
giving the task of defending his views to others,
for lie considers himself fully qualified tu discus
the wrung doings of certain .religious fathers, as
his recently been done. Therefore, friend, don't
v. lint ho himself lias written."
The same paper, speaking of tho frequency with
Uriilph ffi.ru nt .h.u.ll.m n rt. ...l..l ........ .1..-
. :.: :.."... ..".r. :""'." " . "" 'i"1. """.""''"
suggest that n law be mado restricting tbo iui-
iur ration nun naie oi nro arms.
Waiakak, February 9, 18J2.
Kmion Pnrss : A leader of thu people hero In
his harangue to tho puoplo beforo the election,
nrged that ns tho haolta had nil tbo money nnd nn
most of it was In llishop's bank, they ought to on
thero in n body, gut the bank and divido tho
Iiltiuder. This communistic speaker, who exists
iy s.lling mm without n license, claims to bo nn
lntlmato friend of tho King nnd boasts of it.
Our friends on tho other islands think all tho
Illicit distilling is with them. I think I nm cor
rect in snying there Is moro of it on this island
than nil tho rest put together, nnd done moro
Place, of 'Worship.
SbamsVs Ilr.Tiir.i Ilev S C Dnmor,, Chaplain, King
treet, near tlm Sailors' Home. Preaching at II a m.
Seats free. Sabbath School before tho morning servlc.
Prayer meeting on Wedncsduy evenings at 7Ji o'clocck
onTSTBurTC'iiimcii llcv J. A. Cruzan Pa. tor, corner
of Fort and llerelnnla streets. Preaching on Sunday,
at 11 a x and Vi l- x. Sabbath School at 10 a k.
St Avimcw's CATiiKimti L'millsh services: nt Rev
the lllshop of Honolulu and llcv Thus lllackburn. Ha
waiian servlcps: Ilev Alex Mackintosh. G.'W, Holy
Conimunlnn; !).:), Matins and Sermon (Hawaiian); 11,
Matins. Lltauv and Sermon (Lnglish); 4, Evensong
(Hawaiian); ...10, Evensong and Ssniion (English).
Howan Catiioi.io Cuurcii-Under the charge of II
ltev 111 hop Malgret, assisted by ltvv lllshop Hermann ;
Fort atreel, near llerctaiila. Services every Sunday at
111 k n and 2 rM,
Kawaiaiiao CiiOBCit Ilev II II Parker, Pastor, King
street, above tho Palace. Services In Hawaiian every
Sunday at 11 a x. habbulh School ot 10 a m. Eveiiug;
sen lees at 7!', o'clock, nltrrnatlnc with Knnmakaplll.
Dtstrlct meetings In various ehapols at 3M v . Prayer
Ineellug every Wednesday at 7!4 r J.
The ltecnlir Prayer Mcetlna; of Hie Y.M. O. A. will b
HELD EVF.llY SUNDAY EVENING at the Vestry of
Fort Street Church. cv- Services commencing at 6:4M
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