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We dr not either anything "f 'Pctnl Interest In local
raaltrre for cwnmerclsl report, other than the continued
activity In shipping bnt It Is Eratlfylnr; to And a fair
amount of business tolng nn In all departments of
trsd, with evidences of farther eitemloni In the
Imlldlnjllne. moat of which she promise of perman
ence and a faith In Ihe futnre of llonnlnltt.
The frse arrtr-tls-as noted lait neck, and added to
thlt week by the schr. Anna anditnr Australia, from
Han Frat.clscn, hare placed na b jond Ihe pale of want
In many line of rode, that hare frequently rnn out In
Hock and up In prices, but with foil anppllca In all
Maple- and leading lines of goods, our market lilda lair
to aupply all ilemanda thereon lor some lime to come.
0ln? to detention for the English Mall the steamer
did not iMtd Han Francisco till the 16th lnt., lire diye
behind schedule time. No change la noticeable In the
market quotation of Inland produce, though Itlce la
aid to hare been concentrated by one Arm, with the
tendency of a stlffcnlne; In rales, and a prospect of ex
tensile shipment Kast at an early day
Anions lh" various ltma of Interest of ' treaty" kin
ship at Washington wo find the following; new paternal
regard for our welfare by th proposal In the House of
Itepresentatlrei of a Cnstoma Union Treaty with the
Hawaiian Islands. It authorises the President to open
negoUtlons with the Government of the Hawaiian Is
lands for Ihe formation of a Customs Union, by which
thn Custom Tariff of the United Mutes shall be applied
to these Islands, on all foods comlnc from other
liatli.na than the United Ntales
From Illlo we learn of Ihe departure from that port
of tha Twilight for San I'ranclscoon the Iftli Inst., with
f near from the 1'apalkou and Amaulti Plantations) and
17 tons hides. The Hadio P. Caller had arrived at same
port with a cargo of Coal for the Walakca Plantation.
The departures, since our last Issue, embrace the
Adonis, for New York, wills full carpi of sugar. Dis
covery, with assorted domestic produce for San Pran.
clscnj the stnir. Mary Tatlmm, for Hongkongj and
Australia, for tho Colonies! and the Duke, or Abcrcorn,
for Portland, Or., valued together at f lfi.1,341.
-POllT or HONOLULU.
Feb. IS-Stm Kllauea linn, from Kalmlul
Mch Wnllelc, from .Mallko
Hch Ka Mol, troni I.aupahoehoe
Hch Cnlerlna, from Ilanalcl
Sch l.uka, from llnnolpu
19-Stin l.lkrllke, from Windward Porta
Sim l.ehna, from Maul and .Mnlokal
Htm U It lllshup, from Muni
SI Am sch Anns, .ncUiilluch, from San Francisco
r'T1,.: '.'Vs Australia. Carjlll, from San Fran
hch Wnlchu, rrom Mallko
St Mini Iwalanl,frum Hawaii aud Maul
Feb. I-Am bktnn Discovery, Perrlman, for Ban Pran
Schr Wnlnll. fur 1'a.iiiliaii
19 (cr lk Adonis, Dorl, for New Vurk
3,-i,.r",'?.r.M"r'r.T",ll"nl' ""'"Ti 'or Hongkong
Mm Kllauea Hon. for Kahulul
htm .las Makee, for Kaunl
Sch Caterlnn, for llonalil
Schr Piinahl, for Kohalalcle
2l-8tm I.rhiia, for Maul and Molokal
Mtm l.lkellke, fur Windward Porta
Stm C It llishop, for Kauai
Sch Ku Mul, for Ookala
Sch Kekniiliiohl, for llanalel
Sell Wallcli-, for -Mallko
21-rich l.uka. for Ookala
Sl-P M S h Australia, Carjjlll, for Auatralla
VomoI In Port.
Am bklne ,1 A Falklnliurg, Forbes
(Icr lik C It lllshup. Waiters
Am schr Ida Kclintiurr.
Am bxtne W () Irwin, Turner
Am lutno W II Meyer, Howe.
Am litlno Knreka, Penhullnw
Ilawbk Knltikaua, IMgga
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman
Am bk Amy Turner, Newell
Am bk (Jalbnrlen, Hubbard
Haw limine Pomare, Drew
Am sell A iinu, McCullocli
Am buluu Mornlnt; Slar, llrny
Am schr Anna, McCiillcch
llrshlp Dukcof Abercom, Illnnlo
Vossola Expootod nt Honolulu, from Foreign
Oer bk Atslsnta, Mohrmann, Liverpool, duo March MO
J T Wiucrhouse Agent
llrlt bk Carl lnlhoui.le.Jarl9, London, vlaStMlchaels
dun March 1U-I3. llrcwtr A. Co. Agents
Am bk Ldwnril May, .liihnson, Liverpool, due May 21-
."0, (I W Maclarlano ,t Co, .. tents.
Am bk Furness Abbey, (lucst, lloston, due May 1-5
U llrewcr ,t Co, Agents.
Br bk Llzilo Hell, Molgnard, Liverpool, T II Davlcs
Icrbk Stella, Sommcr.New York, to tall about Dec. 15.
l'atle ,t Cooke, Agents.
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Potler, Nanalmo for Kahu-
Writ SS Ceylon. , Yokohama, duo March W.
Dalies ,v Co, Agents.
Oer bk Paradox, , Itremcn, duo , H Hackfeld
& Co, Agents
(Icr bk Ailolph, .due. , II Hackfeld A Co, Agla
Am sch Leo, Harrington, South Sen Islandsdue.
Lalno ,t Co, Agents.
Am bk Henry llnck, , Port Oamble, due, Hack
feld A Co, Agents
Am bktne Llla, Ilrownell, San Francisco, due March 5
10, llrewcr A. Co, Agcuta
Am b"tno J I) hireckels, Prlss, San Francisco, due
.March 1-10, Irnln Co, Agents
The Morning Star It bovo down at borenson'a wharf
The Haw bk Kalakaua la at Sorenson's wharf dis
charging. She will loud for San Francisco with des
patch. The bktne Hureka it at the old Custom Houss wharf
discharging. She also, will load back to the Coast.
Tho II W Almy, nt tho eame wharf has about comple
ted her cargo; and will probably sail to-day for San
The schr Anna Is at Urcner A, Co'a wharf discharging
a general Cargo from han Frnnclsco.
The Ida Schnauer It discharging at the Kaplanade,
while a ileum engine keeps her free.
The Pomarn Is ut tho Kaplanade loading for San
Francisco to sail early next week.
The C It Illshop Is nt PMSS dock discharging.
Tho Palklnbnrg, W 11 Meyer, Calbarlen, and Duke of
Abercnin aro In the stream. The lalter tails to-day fur
The llrlt H S Ceylon will be duo here on thcSSlh of
next month. She Is on n voyage around tho world with
excursionists, she will take passengers from hero at
tlio rulo of two guineas per day. 1 rum here she will
proceed In San rranclsio, thence to Panama, Chile,
Peru, lalklnnd Islands, Itlo Jautlro, llahla. etc, to
Soathaiupton, the starting point.
I roin San Francltco, per Win U Irwin, Feb 14-W (
Irwin .t Co. Ml bxs sugar, 40 pkg syrup, 331 sks feed
V bbls pork. l.V) bids lime, 1U0 hbU salmon, M m brick!
1! r. Iii,iiIi. 1,1 ..,,i ff.t-1.. ........ .mi......:.-- ..- - ..
! 111.1 erne; lliltri'lili"ir .t- fn S.l.
L-oods; U Waller, Id ska feed; Allen .t Itoblnton, lus)
bdls sliluclcM. 2tli uc lumlierf I iliirf.pffi.ti mi u. i....
75 ski feed, ai pkgs carriages etc; 11 Wills 9 iikg furnU
turn, and 10PI pigs to amry parties. ' k
luminal, rranclarn, per Anna, Feb. -M-Lewera A
Coiike,llikimd0! 11 r' Walls, 18 ca furniture; Holies
lane A Co, 2-j pkg ruriilltiro; Q Waller, DO bales buy; p.
l,'0,rSM's,.l,l,B furnlluro; Ilotr.chlaeger A Co, ill eta
te.i; Wilder ACo,20 cs nmmonla; Castle A Couko. 10
sks I bona meal, IS pkg groc, 2U cs hdware, M) bales hay:
Hall A bon. 7 bndls huse. 11: iiki- liilu.iri. t rt..i..i..,.JL;
McChesney AUIthent, Il3pkggruc, S3 bales liay, 4Uii
ska feed, 1 mattress, 8 pkg rope, 7 pkg dry goods, 3AI
ska flour, 2 pkg sklua ami leather, 4 bbls lliiie.
tronihan lrancltco, per Australia, Feb. slth-llo!
Co. Ui) ukir croc: T 11 'lhruin. l'j itkn mil. i-ni... a n
!?..c.,c'':u,,i Is.Uhhis.W pkg whaling uiaterial; 8
lldur.dca castings; bchaefer A Co, lea groc, uud Jbi
)ik to Chlurse It nils and iadu for tuudry persous: SI
Uu pkgjn transit, '
lor ban Francisco, per Discovery, Feb 10 !.M8,467
lbs sugar, 1M.WM, lbs rlre. vJ bnchs bananas, 2 boxes
curios, Yal. For, $10; Vul. Dom, -'J.b.io.74.
Fur New York, tier Adouls, l'b 18--1.313.SC3 lbs sug
ar, Vul. Dom. $71,723.23, ,...
Fur llangkotig, per Mary Tatham, Feb 1717 bet fun
gus, 2 is uivlou seed, Val. Iom, j-).
Fur Portland, 0. per lluk of Abercorn, Fab. (3d
73,Cti7 lbs sugar and uidto In transit, Val Doui, J1715.5,,
For Sin Francisco, per Discovery, Feb 18 M Blanch-
For Hcngkoiig, per Mary Tatha.ni, Feb, 20 & Chinese.
From Man Francltco, par Anna, Feb. 22d-Mr Wclsey
and wile, C P Peterson, Ml.t Au.tlu, Ml.s Moore, Win
Maitln.Jas Wallace. '
From ban Francisco, par Australia, Feb. Slth-V K
Howard, K Tucker, wife and child, M II Millard and
"' AJ ",st.-r anjU lie. Win beatoii. It 1) Walker, P
BcJ.tlTruilie,J DWalker.O (I ltoot and wife It
l.tuert. Miss l-yte Jud-a hpaldlug and wife, Capt
A 1 Oaloirt. A Mcllresor, l A Kajwortb. V Utt? J li
Athtlion and wife J J Aguew and wife, Miss Uclount,
MIstllrey.M W McCheinvy. U Crowcll. T Crowell T?
tlouupclou, 11 W Ktmulou, W McWIilsier. II T blueer
W helm. It Kelluer, W Conrad, J I.v e W ilkaso tnj
lf.l!PFarrcll.T Dowllu, J Phyor, O llslS V l'
CrooVt, II Wboeler.T Codfcr, J O llJlll, J A I.y'e,
I,.1".0.' Awklaud aud Sjducy, yer AuslrolU, Fcb.'.'lth-J
CAKTl.Il-IuiNnuauu Valley, Honolulu, Feb join.
Jnsuva DKkaKKSCir.Tau, yjuugesl sou of Ills. ilx.
II. A. P. Caitcr,'agcd4 vcaia aud i:di.
sundries, si cs oil, vuo bis hay, SJ bbls lard: I.ovejny .e
Cn.Sbbls whiskey: Ilrnwii & Co,5cs whiskey: (f W
Jlncfarlauu A Cu, M ca b powder, 15U bbls hay, 37 pkg
Inuursj Wilder Co. 40 ix glass; Dillingham A Co.
Ill kgs lead, II pkg indso; (I AV bmlth.S pkgsundiles:
Mcl.iun llro. -ilcoll; Urlnbaum & Co, 87 Ukgdcood
lc cigars, SUcs boots and sliiict, Irtplggriic; llnck
fcld A Co, 1 waoii, .1 pag ii goods; Foster JC Co, 4U ska
ftiiur, 41 pkg feed, 20 bis bay, 78 pkg groc, I horse: U
jioi OS a in. ,
,wu,u..nK uuun. ,'inamci a v.u,.ll Jiki; ipicci r. 1'
Ailanii, Kitikg furniture; Lulne A Co, lis) bales hay;
Lawlor A. Co, l rolls matting; (Irlnbaum ,tVn, I c wool
lljuwn llrot, 20 pkg dry goods; Irwin AOo.2-.-M bricks,
40 bales bn::s. 1 c L-ai lnaLliliifs 'J liiimi. liw in..!
lister A to, 14 ca cigars, 8 ca drugs, 21 pkg lobicco, u ca
perfumery ; Hackfeld A Co, V'J pkgtoliaico,2ct lilii.i
goods, I c cotton. 1 catkins, 3 rs woolen.; FE Vi,,t
bsflaiiges; J a Walker, Bt pkghdware; I'lsff. en m
likg nidse; Irwin A Co, IT pkS "am.i'Vi.. i vC- Vi?,' 1
machines 4Ui'ik -!,-', t'w"' -' Coke. aiciiow
im.JnestiA-luj,lc,, -M ,,k,. Kr?:. ,,, u
-rJK5Tfv-rrr Watrlhouso. 2J lit., i rv i.n.lt, v.v ..
.m'-I. 'O'lSi'OS At the residence of Hon W. O
Smllli. rebaith l, hr .. A I riiMn. pastor of Port
Street Uhnrch, Wiuiiji al andMlaa I.AXSAn Joiik
ui, both of Honolulu.
Till". .HATIlllll.t 1 I'lll.NS
Published for the HatunDAT Pntss AtsoclATin.i by
noiiEitT ontr.vi: a co
Book, Job and Jienera! Printers,
Honolulu, It I.
Notlcetofany eventt of interest transpiring nn Ihe
other Islands will always be thankfully received for
publication, f'orrespondentt are requested In append
their true names load cnmmnnlcntluii, not for publi
cation necessarily, but as ARiiatanteo that Ihe wrltir
Is aclinc In good faith.
FEniWARY 25, 1882.
A VIEW OF THE SITUATION.
At tlio present juncture, nml in view of wlist
not long aince Iranapircd in our politics lo ili.
turli (lie equanimity of tlio community nml its
liiuinens interests, it is not nurprisini: that pcr
eotis of a tlioiiRlitfiil nml contemplative turn of
wind nlitmld look forward to tlio tipproacliing
fitniion of tlio T.eglalntnro with a degree of ro
licitudo nnd concern hitherto unknown In tlio
history of our Iicginlntlvo Bcasitmn. Espe
cially will biicIi a fcolitiB bo intenno if indi
cations arc wanting of an nb.itcmcnt of tlio
thcorj and principles which heforo linvo led In
diicord tititl diBticnsion. As it was impossible
to forcsco tho grave results following upon ti
political scheme, of which r pMiipblct, so ab
surd and incoherent as only (o provoke laugh
ter wns the herald and forerunner, so matters
which of themselves and in their present stato
of development, though appearing trivial may
bo but thu quickening of a fiettta no less pro.
tligiotis and unsightly than tho now histotical
birth of two years since. Wo nro nwuro of
nothing that has tnitispircd lo mako political
schemes less posuiblo or leas tltingerous lo
community intercuts now than then, ultliongli
it is to bo hoped that cxpcricnco may have
lessened tho spirit of temerity with which they
wcro onco brought forward. Of tho probability
bow over of the existence of the samo policy
uml ideas that led up to tho unpleasant epi
sodo enacted in August, I8i0, wo aro led to
judgo Irom ccrtuin fuels and tho nttltudo of n
certain class or sect of persons known to look
with eagerness for any change in tho adminis
tration of uflairs with tho hope of personal
Wo liavo not, it is truo, again had a lloapili
IJ.iker pamphlet and manifesto thrust upon us,
nor have wo here again a Moreno to direct tho
play ; but wo have one over I.ilikalnni's name,
and the indication is as plain to-day as it was
in 1650, that tho objoct then is tho object now;
but whether the means for its accomplishment
will again risk what was then tisked of eoutse
remains to bo scon, and no honest limn will
hopo it so. It may bo said wo uro pro,ie to
look too much at tho dark side of this sub
ject; but it is a peculiarity of the human
mind to draw conclusions from analogy, and
reasoning thus wo can seo nothing very bright
in store. It was a dangctous attempt of one
cstato to encroach upon tho tights of another
that caused trouble in 1880 ; and when wo see
the first indications of a resuscitation of such a
spirit in tho trammelling of elections, wo can
not seo but that there is reason to look on at
least with concern. Ten million loan and frt e
whiskey in prospect can afford us no encour
agement, ecpceially at a moment when the
commercial prosperity of tho Islands is being
assailed from abroad, and systematic efforts
aro being made with growing effect to rob the
country of the boon of Itcciprocily. A watch
ful oye, more than perhaps iitmny former timo,
is upon us -from abroad, and unwiso legisla
tion is not likely to help tho estimation of our
ability to govern ourselves, which ability has
already been called into question by tho ene
mies of the treaty, and has been timdo ono
count among many upon which it is held it
should bo revoked.
But, in whatovcr may bo dono, or in what
niny bo contemplated, it should bo well under
stood that capital and business interests will
nover allow themselves to bo subordinated
without a struggle to any but the most press
ing necessities, and will stand firm against the
itulisciitninato and wasteful expenditure of
public revenue Morchanls and business men,
and all such as havo a diroct interest in tho
welftiro of this nation would havo it remem
bered by such as assumo the functions of leg
islators that majority in value, as well as in
number, should b considered in nil legislative
acts affecting business interests; and espe
cially at tho present timo they can ill afford
that Btich distinction should bo thiuwn away.
Wo await tho issue in anxious hopo that
notwithstanding tho .portentous utterances of
professed reformers, nothing unwiso or heed
less shall be dono to break tho harmony, or
hazard tho commercial ptoapority of tho King
dom. IMPEESONAL (JOURNALISM.
Our vonorablo contemporary, the ex-Saint nf
Lanai, is gradually warming into now life
Wo awuit with interest tho dovolopmont of
now traits in his very interesting because
almost phenomenal character. Ho aecj3"'to
havo grown weary of playing the.rfjIrTo'f the
Pharisee. Timo was jwhctl -lio'posed upon
mo .m-ei comers a,i crlcll ;,, loU(1 TO-COi
"Goto! JC ani Holier tliun thou !' He gen
erously oiTored himself us nn examplo and
implored us to note him; though tho winds
raged and cracked thoir chooks, though tho
waters roso to engulf him, liko the lock of
ages ho rocetyed tho assaults of tho olemcuis
with sublime indiflcrence. If thoro was any
change noticeable, it wua but slight; it was
when ho considered the beautiful, but perhaps
iu this day impracticable, suggestion "If
thine ciioiny smite theo on I ho one check, tut rt
to him tho othsrl" Hu turned to him the
other, nnd ho continued toturit with such neat
ness and diiipatch that it became an open ques
tion whether or no he wos not all cheek. Ho
seems lo havo grown weary with receiving in
silence tho smiting that fall like a gross of
battering rams upon his colossal cheek. Ho
forgot Alas I ho is forgetful how in the last
days when his return was undecided, when
his famishing allies wero lookimr with minli
appetite for the hour of tho promised rowards,
when this unquenchable thirst madohlm press
to question if there were collateral ennm-1. ir.
meet the requirement of Iht case; when oven
those wiio knew something of tho secret work
ings of this Government hoped against hope
that voteis might not bo bought so cheaply as
of yore, and that the army would be content
with casting its votes in uniform aud retiring,
leaving other voter the right to which all are
aliko entitled, If voting a they think best; in
those days of uncertainty and suspense, our
venerable contemporary was wont to reprove
us for tullicg Iho truth in very plain language.
It grieved him (hat wo could so far forget
our mlBsion, ho fur forgot tho etiquette of tho
profession, na to cxposo the corruption we
knew of, and lo ventilate certain Ill-smelling
chambers that had been too long kept shut
from tho light of day. It grioved him norelv
bocause It stripped from him n disguise that
he had long worn in comparative security.
It convlctpd him of treachery nnd meanness,
anil false sentiment, and left him just where he
wanted to get naincl, In the arms of hi be
loved Hawallans. Thoy like sentiment; they
aro too generous and too simple to ho nblo to
tell the truo from tho false, Tho hiola was
disgusted with (Jibsoti ; tho Hawaiian nt onco
cried Hero is our man, for tho foreigners nro
against him and ho must be for us.
lleing returned our venerable contemporary
is no longer shocked at personalities. Feeling
himself secure, for a timo at lenst, lio is be
ginning to indulgo In personalities himself.
Of course ho is not fnir enough or squnro
enough to call men and things by their right
names, but we trust Iho hour is not far distant
when ho will do so. If h persists in follow
ing our example, an cxatnplo ho so pathetic
ally condemned, uc must insist upon his drop
ping the underhanded nnd unmanly method
which he now employs whenevor he wishen lo
insult his opponents. It is not vnntigh that he
prates about " l'op-corn " and " lltilllon," etc.
If ho is not a coward, ho will cither Bay boldly
what he has to say, or content himself with
receiving in silonco tho contempt which ho so
Various o pininnB exist here, and clsowhcro
nlso, as to tho standard of eligibility to oflico.
Aud we venture a fow brief remarks upon tho
subject, suggested by imimndvcrsiona which
aro being fully indulged iu by office-seekers
and their various sympathizers, iu regard to u
certain minor oflico lately vacated and refilled.
Iu this individual iustanco of prcfcimcut, wo
havo no personal interest, and only refer to it
casually, and tho various comments excited
by it, iu illusttatiou of somo of the ideas
prevalent iu regard to what constitutes qualifi
cation for office, and an indication of persons.
It has been held by many, and with no lit
tlo aliow of reason, that in tho filling of vacant
offices, regard should bo had lo priority of
residence; to tin identification of interests
with thoso of the country, either by the lctinn
ciatiou of foreign nllegianco or by marriagu
with Huwaiians, or by birth on Hawaiian soil
in those socking office. With less show of
reason, but tenaciously held lo by n crrtniti
class, the question of blood has been held as
foremost in importance. Wood distinctions
being clearly nt vnii.mco with tho spirit of
our institutions, mid tending to distutb tho
social comity existing' between raceB disposed
to fraternize, should most decidedly bo left
out of tho question: there is legally, aud
should bo socially, no distinctions between a
Hawaiian aborigiuco and a Hawaiian by birth,
but of foreign parents.
In rcgaid to tho question of denization nnd
tho forfeiture of tilieu for community interests,
we hold should weigh iu favor of candidates
for oflico ; but never in that exclusive senao
that would ignoro the question of competency,
or mako it one of secondary importance. Pro
motion from ono grado to another in any
official department, when judiciously employ
ed, has a direct tendency to encourago effici
ency in tho discharge of official duty by sub
ordinates in office; .'without which hope,
laxness would naturally prevail, for a man
works without incentive wjicn that of promo
tion for faithful service is;, taken awoy. Lrrt
us firHt look to'competency irrespective of tfio
color, standing, or social condition of thoso wo
would havo fill our offices and wo will then
have less of bickoring upon this matter. And
if competency bo that which in held in para
mount consideration, thoro will bo an incen
tive to tho acquirement of knowledge, and to
mental and moral improvement generally.
But if offices aro bestowed by profcienco and
prejudice then wo may expect to find them
filled by such as -will 6loop the lowest, and
thoso who lack in manliness of spirit and
uprightness of conduct. And lastly, wo. havo
reason horo to say (in prcfaco of what wo
may bo compelled to expose more fully here
after) that intorferonco by preference from
thoso in high estate in tho affair of appoint
ments not strictly within their proper sphere,
is vastly derogatory to the dignity of such as
may thus meddle, and directly subversive of
tho public good.
SHALL WE DRIFT OE STEER?
Tho latest nows from tho States concerning
tho Treaty seems favorable for its continuance,
but this is no reason why wo should rest on
our oars and allow our boat to drift along
with tho winds uud tides. There's many a
slip betwixt the cup and tho lip, aud thoso
who know anything of tho manner iu which
measures and bills uro considered and passed
upon by legislative bodies, must know that
indecision anil licsltaWou nro often fatal. Tho
majority ottJiemombers nf Congress aro from
.d.ttrtct8 that would not bo affected in uny
way by tho extension or abrogation of our
Treaty, aud thoruforo do not take Iho samo
lutorcst iu it as do thoso from the States whoro
it is favored or opposed. The enemies of tho
Treaty uro. aclivo and produce ovcry word of
testimony limy can gather to strengthen their
caso nnd win tho support of theso members.
Wo fear wo are trusting loo much to our friouds
and to fate, ami our imliflereuco may bo our
defoiit. If wo do not muke an effort to show
the benefits that accrue to both countries by
tho Treaty, and lo lot thu wholo truth bo
known, the mombers of Congress who do not
mako it it special duty will not be able to re
ceive correct information from any other sourco
and can not act intelligently iu thu mutter.
Wo must not allow ourselves to be beguiled
into a stato of fancied socurity by a fuvoruhlo
puff of wind. Thdro is no tolling how soon
the weather-vauo will indicate u change, for
political winds aro over variable. A favora
ble breeze to-day may bo a gale of opposition
to-morrow. Let us then bo prepared for any
emergency; bo prepared lo incut with tiuihj
every argument that may be brought against
us, and thus render socurity doubly secure.
Wo havo repeatedly urged tho necessity of
an organization among those interested in
planting, tud again wo ask them, for their own
intorests, to delay no longer. It is a penny
wise and pound foolish policy that postpones
decislvo action on sdeh Important matters to
tho eleventh hour, If our friends in tho
States rcceivo no word of encouragement from
the Island, our apathy may cause them to
abandon us In disgust. Wo know that our
plauters aro auxlous that an Association such
us wo propose, should be formed, for many
havo so expressed themselves, but no one
seems to be willing to take tho initiative. If
a few of Iho planters in Honolulu will mako It
publicly known Unit they favor such an organ
ization, and will contribute toward making it
a success, wo nro sure that many others
throughout the group, if nsked to do so, will
annouiifo their willingness to join in. With
this much accomplished, as n basis to work
upon, tho success of tho project would be
That ably conducted satirlcnl pnlilic.nl inn
of our fellow townsman Mr. K. 0. Macfarliine,
Tht TI7w, of San Francisco, loses no oppor
tunity to lift its voice against tho Chronicle in
a nbmo of the fair fame of Hawaii, nnd in
.is fight has not been backward In defending
Iho Treaty and ttir commercial interests, and
wo trust our people fully appreciates Iho fact
of how faithful and able has been Its labors In
our behalf. Virtually it and the S. F. Mer
chant hnqo been our only outspoken defcudors,
but while much of the forco of Iho Mi-rchiwt
is ignored by the Chronicle through its being
tho exponent of tho sugar interests of Iho
Coast, Iho ll'(i.y stands free nml Independent
to lash tho enemy with ItB merciless sting,
Tilings Wise nnd Otherwise."
The Oatelte man has good deal lo say nlraut val
entines. Perhaps he lias received tonic
Tho Honolulu Library nnd Heading ltoom As
sociation has received n bill for taxes. Docs llm
Government prowo to tax tho only free public
library iu the Kingdom fur its books ?
A very original deed was shown llm othor day
whoreliin parly, for and in consideration of tho
mm of f Msj nml tho natural loo and nITeetloii for
his foster child, rqttitl to $MX) imoic, did cruut bar
Rain, nnd sell, elo. mito nald foster child, n cer
tain parcel Of hrnd'etc., etc. This about equals llm
illjii'iulary loyalty busine-H.
"Tho abominablo pistol" has been too freely
imjiorted and sold hero of late, l'ublia safety
will, wo think, be insured by aomo IcRislatiou on
thu subject, hupposo restrictions, In tlio shape of
a registry nnd a tax wero imposed for every wea
pon sold, llm pel Kin carrying thu same to pay a
licenso fee, in default of which to be heavily
l'rom (ho number of broken nrrus nnd disloca
tions among tho l'uunhou students through play
ing foot-hall, it would Heeni ns if such a wild,
reckless gniuo should bo testrlcted to children of
maturer years. Hut until half a dozen tiro killed
outright wo suppose it would bo considered very
hellish indeed to interfere with their enjoyment of
tho noblo college name.
Thero Beems to be an uufortutmlo misunder
standing among tho medical fraternity of Hono
lulu, uml n dllterenoe of opinion as to tho method
of treatment of prominent ills of tho Hawaiian
people and the, degree lo which tho disoases will
yield to medical treatment. When competent
physicians differ on such matters it is piesumptioii
for any ono outsido of tlio fraternity to olfer nn
opinion, and we wero surprised to ruad tlio nblo
editorial in last Wednesday's Oaitttt on this
matter, ami pirtienlaily surprised at tho manner
In which it wns written.
Tlio pooplo of Honolulu woro justly indignant
on Thursday niaht at lining compelled to wait for
their letters several liouis unnecessarily. Tho
steamer was live daya over due, nnd nearly overy
ot.0 hud exhausted Inn stock of patience. Tho
Aitslnttiit was off tho port about U p. M., but tho
mail was not landed nntll after 2 A. m., oti l'ridav
morning, as tho Tort Physician could not bo found
nnd did not put in an appearance until twelve
o'clock. Knowing that the Btoamor was long ovor
duo and likely to bo signalled ut any moment, nnd
that thero is a- possibility of having small-pox on
board, this olllcial should havo been on Imtut, or if
necessarily absent from homo, should havo let tho
faet bo known that word could have been got to
h'm with nx little delay ns possible. 'Iho public
havo rights that Huould not bo altogether ignored.
Tho Native Press.
l'rom tlio rat Aliia.)
Dn. Fitch inr. Famous. We never havo seen in
ihe past such a universal dcslro as exists among
native Hawaiians to be doctoied scientifically, ns
is shown by tho crowds that flock to bo treated by
Dr. Fitch, the friend of man whom thoy cntitlo
their Savior. Tho old women, old men, children,
youths, and oven tho native doctors themselves, nil
go to him. People who never consulted a foreign
doctor, consult Dr. Filch, nnd lepers who havo
been timidly hiding' themselves fo ononly and
show thcmjtlvesnojtliis cHiotor,'twho thoy havej
heard, is able to curd them. We shall constantly
keep before this nation tho doings of the kind and
patient physician, who is laboring for tho life of
tho race, and which fact has made his name
famous throughout the group. Wo seo with our
own ojes tho great amount of work that ho docs,
aud how that hu and his iihsistant, Niagara, find
no timo to rost. We trust that when tho Legisla
ture meets, their services to tho nation will bo ap
preciated and proiierly rowarded.
During tho two weeks ending on tho 4th day of
February, L',K)7 porsons woro ti oated at tho Gov
ernment Dispensary on Mauuakoa street. On
Suncl iy, February 5, 2C0 persons attended at thu
Dispensary. It would seem, from the reat in
crease of patients, that Dr. Fitch ought to havo mi
assistant iu this important work. Tho Doctor has
requested us to inform tlio publio that hu ptujioscu
hereafter to close tho Dispensary on iMaumikea
street on Sundays, in order that ho may securu
needed rest, for at present bo is quite woru out
with constant work. He says, however, that ho
by no means abandons ou, Ilawniiaus, but only
that he is exhausted. Ho will again open as bo
fore, if his Btrength is autliciently iccovered.
What win. be tiie E.sn ? O Nobles nnd Itepro-
semniiveu, mo men cuoseu uy tuu people to spoiK
for them, nnd tho honorable members of tho Lug
inluturo of 1861', let us consider tho answer to the
Probably tho runjority of those elected as Rep
resentatives in the ooining Session, consider of
most importnnoo nmung the riroposed measures,
tho bills for a Million Dollar Loan and that for
removing restrictions on tho usu of Spirituous
Liquors. I don't proposo to talk imioU about
liquor that is plain enough, for iu the first pliica
it uiauliles poverty nnd t-ccondlv murder. Jlut I
niu mostly couoerned about tho Loan project, and
on that account havo planed the question at the
head of this article, blionld tho proposed bill
, then we may indeed nsk ourselves thu nuts
, ' What will bo the end r" .
it that the sum of Ten Millions. If wn hml It.
would bo a bad tiling for Hawaii to have, fur it
vunld'hu a means of warding oil some cf our
troubles and supplying our needs ; thu dltficulty is
unit wo cau i ioichco wmu will no tue unal result,
whether good or evil.
If wo Hawaiians eousont to this measure will it
not be a cheek to our progress, by patting us under
the hopeless burden of bonds for a Ten Million
Loan f Do wu desire to sacrifice our comtortablu
and quiet independence 'I And do we u ish to wipu
out thoso grand and famous words of our pater
nal King who has gone, "The life of the laud is
estivlillaheHl in righteousness." 1 herefore, (J Ha
waii, it will 1h well for you to consider before you
leap into thu (lory furuneo of it great debt.
'Ihe Possession of the whole, or nnv nortiou nf
your sacred soil by ouu of thu great powers of Iho
world, would bo a grievous nmictluii to us, the
young Hawaiians, whose hopes are staid on tho
preservation of your independence. It will not be
tho elder ones,, who will pass away, but wo nnd
ours who will havo to carry this great liiudon.
Tho Ten Million Loan Hill will bo liku a worm,
nibbling and gnawing at the root of a flourishing
tree, aud when tho root is destroyed, " Wlmt will
be its end V" Will it uot wither, its blossoms un
timely fall off, nnd its fruit become wrinkled and
faded? Thm. will it bo with thee, Hawaii, who
now rusemblu tho green trco by tho running waters,
bearing fruit iu duu season. Will you wnult that
worm (the Million Loan) to uibblo at the sacred
root of your national independence. If that sto
red root is onco destroyed, nml you become tied
under tho bonds of tho Million Dollar Loan, will
uot your leaf, the Hawaiian Hag, wither away, nnd
wo, your Uowern (young Hawnnans) fall from the
brancbis, aud all your fruits (the true Hawaiians)
beeoiua wrinkled and useless 't
Therefore, O Hawaii Fatherland, have you In
deed forgotten your offspring t O Legiilatora, re
gard this crv of Youne Hawaii, and keen out of
tli6tleryfiirmmcoofa6ro.it debt. It wilf bo bet
ter to remain in iwvertv. than to live with nn un
paid debt hanging over us. I trust I shall huar tho
voice of some Young Hawaiian friend supporting
my views. And I invite every true Hawaiian who
loves his countrv. tu take thooo words at tho head
of this article, nnd consider well what will be the
cud of the Million Loan.
My slncero resjiecls to tho Hditorof the Kuokoa ;
my regards to iho printers: niy salutations to
loaders; and to him who shall support my views
herein, my hearty gratitude.
rrom thu SUIt Poakolu.
IUmemdib. Your friend, V. M. flibaon. Is co
ins to pass aloiig among yon, iieoplo of Kona,
O.ihu, when the proper timo comes, of which you
will receive duo notice for tho purpose of consult
lug with you in regard to the welfare and the health
of thu nation and of Ihe Government, iu view of
what can bo done bv vour servant in the 14-oisU-
turu; nnd nlao to consult with you as to whut you
think he ought to do for you. Ills great denlio is
to accomplish some good, but the main object it
the preservation of the people. That is the most
important of all. And s part of the I'ltU't mes
sac.n to you la lo entreat yon to live cleanly as to
your Imillea, nnd tnoliscrvo Iho rules pointed out
in Iho " Hook of Sanitary Instructions," nnd note
that certain schools liavo tried and proved tlio
The tax for a dog ln, Is lllto lailnp: tho caudal
nppvnilaRQ that wagt liehlnil, for you tax the ilorj
ono dollar uud ten cents morn for tlio tall, lletter
abolish the tax for tlio tno; It is only increasing
uselessly Iho burdens on tlio jxxiplo.
Tho hnrso tax as now linnoHscd la iinpipial, ns It
does not illscriininnti- ns to llm value of the liorso (
the Alio horses from California, worth several hun
dred dollars nplecn, nnd tho lean, sorodiaek horses
of Iho country, nro all taxed iho Mine, 75 cento
cich. In tho matter of ncrsunal laii-H. If n mini
his nn Incurably dlacaao, liko nsllimn, or Is a crip
ple, ho is released from tlio pull tnx. Hut poor
nnd useless horses nro tnicd the samo ns thn bean-
J t If nl. sleek skinned ouch. In sumo of our laws,
f K&tTAni ftlhUo"'..!
as persounl property, according lo tlio actual value
of the animal or elHe, horses raised here should
ho tn ted m cents each, and Imported ones .ft each.
Wo need ocean telegraph wires between nil the
Islands, and It will bo an Important tnensuro to
put into the Appropriation liill. Hut If a Com
piny can bo found to undertake tho work, like tho
railroad corKirntion nt Knliala, supported by (lov
iruuieut, it will be likely to como about, and will
bo a great step in advance.
It bus been customary here toforo to lay beforo
tho Legislalnro first, the Ministerial I'lnnnco re
lrt, nml when tho Hessiou is drawing ton close,
the Appropriation Hill is presented, so that sulll.
cient time is uot liftd'for a thorough consideration
of tlio Items ; besides the pay of membors hns by
Hint time been nbout cipunded, interest wanes,
and tho Appropriations arc hurriedly passed.
Huroby our rights have been sacrificed in past Ses
sions; for thu members becoming Impecunious,
when Ministers offered a small liiducoinent In Iho
way of n position it was readily accepted, dust got
In the eyes and could not bo removed In order to
rc'sumo an erect position. Therefore this thought
comes up, whether it would not bo well lo have thn
Appropriation Hill taken np at Iho end of ihlrly
dis alter the Session begins, so that ample time
could bo had for a careful examination of the
Items, before tho pockets of Representatives bo
coino altogether empty.
If the proKised nimmlmcnt to the Constitution,
filing tho Representatives' compensation at fMlU
tier Session, should pass, it will bo well to except
Litra Sessions, whim limy should get no pay.
T. ft. 1'.
Tho Kcstilw I'rnyer Meeting of tlio Y.M, U. A. wilt b
IIKI.U KVIIItY SUNDAY UVKNINO at the Vestry of
Port Street Church. BO- Henlcea commencing at CilSS
COOK KOIt A FAM I IjY OF TWO
alalklkl for two months; must aiu.nk I.'nsllfu
llllll IllOrilllillllV UtillerrtlitiKt ritnbln.. Ir- nil Ii.
branches. Tuuiiy one who can fill lliesc requirements
a guiHl salary will lie paid. No others m-il ansner
tliia ailmlUelilenl. Aifilresa b. I). IIIUIIAIIDH, Clly
I. O.. glvlns reference ami place where an Interview
c in be liatl. 7.ji
Dissolution of Copartnership.
r-' J; M. Lambert, of lliollrni of Lambert &. Co., of
North Koliali, llnnall, has disposed of Ills Inteiest Iu
I he earne and retlreil from thcilrni.il ilhie January Slat,
IMi. Iho buslnesa will bo continued by Ihe under
signed, Hliu nsuinea all liabilities or tlio lato firm, and
collects all outstanding accounts.
7a '"' OIIA9. L. HOl'KINS.
cautions till persona ngalnst trespassing on Ids
napall. Island of Jlnul; no Imllork, horses, niiilca, etc.,
urn allow, (! to run on said land, crccpt those of persona
wlmmay hato agreed with the iinilcralcmil for pastur
age. .My Overseer anil Agmt Is Alex. Adam, wlm will
carry out my instructions In accordance, w ltd the law.
, JOHN IJAKDIt.
Lnlialna. .Maul. February gOlh. 183.'. 78 2t
i ut iiiaii.in.i, siiniuc neiween lailialnn nml Kaa-
Fruit & Ornamental Trees,
Tiiii:iT:vii:itNiJxi;iirrt:i(N roii si.k.
In quantities to suit, a Choice Lot of Trees nnd
riunts, selected In person, and if desired, will set ont
all purchases when grounds arc prepared therefor.
Fruit Trees, tlxt Apples. Apricots, Cherries, I'eaches,
Pears, Plums, fig-. Uliolco Hmall Fruits, vln Orunu
Mi.es, Strawberry Plants, Currant, lllacLbcrrr, Hasp
lisrry anil (Inoselierry. Urniiinriital Trees and Shrubs,
vlii: Monterey l'lne, Cyprc9. Arborsltw, Poplar. Kast
em Kims, Cork Ulms. Choice Flowering l'lanta:
Camellias. Itosos, Jloa ltose. Primroses, bulbs, etc.
For particulars, apply to
joii.v ir. .ismviiiiTti.
73 lm Nu.HKnkii! St., Honolulu.
MnrshiiFs Salo by Auction
BY VIUTUE OF A WRIT OF 13X13
cutlon Issued out of the Supreme Couit on the S!d
day of April, A
D. lHal.aL'illllst Kaimil. (UA and tin.,.
muna, t.; ui'iciiuante, jor me sum or gajjiu, as per
judgment rendered on tlio l'Jili day of Nov., A. 1). 1831,
have l'jleil lllion and sliull rinmn fur snlr. tn ih.
highest Wilder, on the 25th day of .March, A. I) 18AJ, nt
1U.M., at Mllllanl, Honolulu, Oaliu, the lollnnlng lie
si rlbeil properly, to 111 1 Good Woodc-i House, taxtu,
built Ihrouulioiit of planed hoards; nlso tho unexplrid
term of leasu of l.ind on which said liousu is feltnatcd,
any two years, suitable for cultUiillon of ilcu or taro,
now in rice. 1 Kulrana, descended lo Kauwii from his
brother, .Manele, (k) situate at YValouo.Koolaiiloa.Oauu,
adjudicated by the Probate Court, being milcann No.
M717, Ml acres. All Hlcu Lund. Unless the said execu
tion, my costs nod commissions and other expenses are
Ollllll, L CO Olll, 100.
W. O. 1'AItKE, Marshal.
AT THOS. G. THRUM'S
MERCHANT ST. STORES
have been received further additions to his
Full Stock of
EX STMIl. AUSTRALIA. Also, a full stock of
Flower Garden'Seoda !
Base Ball Goods, etc., etc.,
to which tho attention of the pnbllc
Is respectfully Invited.
OrderJ from the other Islands faithfully attended to.
19.000 ROOFING- SLATES,
, -To Arrlve'p'er "C. It. llUhop."
r7- FOK SALE I1Y
70 634 lm
ir. it.t:KFt:i.n en.
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
OK KVEIIY DESUItlPTION,
JUST RECEIVED !
Per C. R. Bishop,
AND FOH HALE I1Y
H. HACKFELD & Co.
sn ;m 77 tin
The Mission Woolen Mills.
of all sUes, wclghta and colors;
ff For Salo hy
bW 77 I HI
II. lMCKl'EU) & CO.
From L. NUUKULU, Uerlin.
no- For Sale by
kunomn .nit; UHiniii:x thin.
hu Ill Nuiunu. In collecllnz ferns, shrubs.
t passing In .Nuuanu,
etCRrimiiu un same, unless piruiUslon Is erantvd
from ino 3iiiiisieroi iuo luivrior, or inu i.uua in liuu.
Audit l also furbtddeu trrspastlun on Iho Nuuonu
And It Is also forbidden persons leltlnif their animals
run oiitboiloverumeiit Mnds tn Nuusim.
All persons found by tho Luna of the Unmnmciit
will bo prosecuted according tn law for trespass,
W. N. AKMbTItONU.
Mlulster of Hi" lulerlor, ad Interim.
Interior Ofltco. February tth. IWJ. ha I .tt 78t
NO. 7 KINO BT.
M- dune, w III please apply It
TC- oil it
AN EXIMSIUENCED AND Iffill
alia man to Itko chsree of a Cattle lunciis.
Honolulu Post Offlce,
A. W. BUSH, Manager.
Hay, Grain and Mixed Feed
OF ALIs DESCRIPTIONS.
FOR STOCK OF ALL KINDS !
The (Jnlirornlu liny nml drain of tho t'omjiniiy N or VIIUY MUlTKIOK tlAI,lTV, Hclrrforl
Cnrcrnlly hy Iho Mnnngcr Hiirlnu n Itcceiii Visit to tho Const.
01. 11 10 BALES OP HAY, & Dflfl Ml OF GMIV
WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
Very Best of Hay sEtxxca. GtYeiIjcl !
And run Sell thn (mine AT THE LOWEST HATES, AS WE 11UV LAIIOELY AND TOIl CASH.
'lo lliomt GoiiHtiiiiciri wllo liiivi lierololoro lniHirlrd for 'lhcunolvfH, w Solicit lliclr l'rtl.
roiinKp, trusting wu c-tii (!lvo Hntiiifnction, thuroliy- buvIiir Ihem lliuo mid lnlwr
Cnrorul Attention (liven to tho Shipping of Orders to iho Oilier Islniids.
Lurgo Additional Supplies nro now on tlio way por Eureka nnd
Kiiinkiiiin. sfflr All Orders to ho Sent to
74 FOO .lm
We Beg to Notify Our Many Patrons
"We Have Recently Reoelved!
.A. Zinrco Addition to
OUR USUAL STOCK OF HAY & GRAIN
AND THAT AT NO TUIK
Since we Commenced Business
HAVK WK 1IKBN
WITHOUT HAY OR FAILED TO FILL ALL ORDERS
of Our Regular Customer nor Havo Wo Advanced tho PHco
to them during tho groat acarclty of Hay In tho past few month-; and
We will Continue to Sell Hay and Grain
as Cheap as it can be Purchased
in Honolulu !
ALI, ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS TOR
Goods, Wares or Merchandise,
Whether in Our Line or not, will
be Filled at Low Rates, and no
Commission Charged. Telephone No. 147
800 3m "3
AMliIUOAiN DRY GOODS!
(Imported Fresi of Duty,)
PER S. S. "MAlfcY TATHAM,"
and bark "EUREKA."
And Cnnslsilng of a Largo Assortment of
PRINTS & DRY GOODS,
I'rlntcrt riqnen, I.wns. PoDllns.
llrocmlfs, Jlnnlccn, Sills, Fiincjr
Hose, Ilnntlkfrclilcrs. Hhnnls,
Spool Cotton, Toweln, IllanVela,
White anil Dronn Cottons,
Cmiton I'Jamiels, Cottonadcs,
SUCH AS .
Coats and Pants of Cassimore,
Diagonal, Cottonade, Duck,
&c, Ac, Ac.
Bltnltet Lined Mulls,
bhlrts, ultc, fncy, ncnrlet, etc.,
Sockn, Under HhlrU, 1) rimers, etc.
IV For Sale at Low link's by
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
milK TWnv.ItHTrnv-Kn nivwo -rr
J. that ho Intends lo fonclnse a certain morlpato
Blven by M. Kuae i to H. I). Iliirnma, dale March iHltli.
1MI, ricordi-d In Liberia, folio S13. to n-cure payment
of a noto for 3'J!7.7il. for breach of condition thereof, to
wlti nnu.piiyiiiiiit of Interest as provided by said nolo;
aud after duo adtcrtlscmtnt, as provided by l.iw. ho
M III ..nil ! l.tll.lto l.lln. I 1. .. ....n. . .. .1 ..-1-1 1.. V .
aid niurtcaKC VUI that new wooden dwelling liousu
ttltli appurluiiuncu. situated on tho rnakal tldu nf
hcliool hlrtet, nenr the. trrain, In Honolulu, ulandlni:
on laud of said M. Knara. and iiom' occupied by hliu.
TT It Ad in I ii Istralor Kltato S. I), llurrows.
rpiIR UXUKKSIONKD IIAVINO
S. been anpoliilidadintiilslrator of the estate of I'.
Kamakala. lato of Kohala, deceased, hereby iiullfle. nil
parlies indebted In said estate to make IniiiiedlalH pay.
inent to Iho iicdersljurd; and all persona bavins prop
erly In their chanm belonuluu la said estate, aro re
auestcd to notify thn administrator uf thu saoiewlthout
clay, All parties liavlui; claims ajalnst said estate
uro requested to present ilia same, duly authenticated,
to the undersigned within six mouths, or they will be
forever barred. II. P. WOOD,
Administrator Kstato of P. Kainakala, deceased.
Kolitla, February 10th, tSW. 77 .11
WITH IM MICIIIATr rOMNKHNKs THAI
very desirable rcsldenr. Ko. IW Nuuanu
Avenue, coutainlug eljrhl rooms, kllclicn, pantry, lulh
Iruuiu, servanis room, cuacn uuusv, sianie anil rom
house. Apply to J. H. WuOD.nr
.aeiiir J .j: .jiv i a kmax,!I7 Merchant
TltltlOATION' AVTKU THIS DATK
X Is strictly prohibited, cscept between lh. hours of
U.iHi. mniitl 4 Hill i.iii. (, ). F1(!1:TH,
Approved! Superintendent uf Water Works
isifucuj ii, a r.iiAiircn, muster of interior.
lluiiululii, April Huh. Ini DJ7 a Uf
Holllster & Co.
Ajjents for the
Celebrated J, 0. Ayer't CCo'i Kedicinea.
F1XK AllTIGIsK AX1 IK PKR-
For Hale by
IIOLLUri A (10.
UBMI'COKDAGB. AND BOLT HOI'rX
AN AVMsKTMKMT ' NIZKM rttWM a La
Inch lo a Inch. Also. Spunyaru bellla. IUlllu,
llousellne, Marline, Itoandlur, c. ..,
kl BOLLB8 CO.
ANEW AUHTMKT INt'LVBINU
tom very 3ns Uoods For Hala by
sal UOLLE9 A CO.
4 l.nM ...Arim.nl nt IS.t.ll. Ua,a VI. I.
Lobsters, CUius, Oj.tcrs, bhrluius,4c.. ' I
at KctlTtd, tad (01 sals by sotLES A Co.
-A.. "7V. BUSH,
MANAOEll OP UNION FEED CO.
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
HAVINO PimUHASKD TIIE
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON IT
No. IW and 101 Kort St.
Special Attention Given to Children.
Wo arc prepared to do all klndi of largo Work from
Mimlatuio to l.lfo Size, cither In
Water Colors, Crayon, India Ink, or
Oil. Photos. Colored, Ac, &c.
,.T!" .?"' I""'"' In Honolulu which han a completa
Collection of IHI. MI ViKtVN. In addition to thoso
lion of View and Portrait Ncratltea made by Mr.
Uiaav, tliua ciiabllnx us lo offer tho crvutcat variety In
Lava Plow View,
Also, a sunply or Hawaiian and South Sea I.Und
curlusfiles, lrcrns, Shells, Ac, Ac. Ac. '""u
A Aim ktnrk nf 1ir..... it.i.. . a ..
constantly on hand. '" """ "nu Ploul
A lady will be In constant attendance.
CIiM-gci RooaonaHe and Satlatkotlom
&r qivfik CaliT " '' "
" J. Williams Co.
I i8" 7 Prounetora.
A COUNTRY STORE
IN KAHALUU, KONA, AND KllrULIU, KOHL
With House, Lcniie of liamU and a (icacral
SttH'k of MertlmndlHe, Suitable for
the Konu Trade. Alxo,
CATTLK, HORSES AND MULES !
As tbeabnvohas to be sold wllliln Thirty Days. mr.
Ilea w Islilng In purchase will please apply.aa soon as
posslDle. to UOO KIM, '
Administrator Kstalo of Awo, In KsUalirkJt Kslnallu.
HALAWA, NORTH XOKAXA. HAWAII
Opposjt PtMt OSOSJ.
several new rnoius, which will be always ueatly
kept for the Iravellux public Meala at all hours.
1'atrunairo rispictuifly solicited.
Ii I.U.NU II KK, Proprietor.
"The Shepherd Saint
TSXOWIBSUJU) IN 1'AMPIIIjKT
X Form. Parties deslrtns coplea will pleats (cava
orders, or address
"t THOS. O. TlinUM. Publisher.
MH.CIIARI.KN ltlANI,r.K, VUfll. Wt BR.
Hans on llnlow will bo clad to play Classical
Music at cvenlni: parties on moderate term.. !.....
clvenlii Plaiioforln playlni; It.Ul per lesson, Ir within
lull a mile of thn Post tJfflre, beyond that i'.'.isJ. t'.nu.
niuiilcatlons tell at WKI.Ls'
Music ril"ri 'will ba
promptly am nilril in.
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TKNDKKS WANTKD I
rPKNDKKS FOK FUKNJ6HINO
X UltKAU and IIKKF lo Ilia queen's Hospital for
Inn of un year from Iho 1st March lKL will be re
ceived at the Olltce of tho undersigned up to 14 o'clock
(uoon) on the Wlu Fsbiuary let " "'
.. . F, A. HCHAKFKIt, Hee.'y.
Honolulu. Feb. Sd. IWU.
TS-t Bfll it
HAVIN1 EssrAstl.tailCR HTaM.r AW
llnuoano. Kau. llswall. as lml.li.n w.k...r
and Osncwl Commission Ajenl and Dealer In UrV
tloods, Jlardwom, c, I respectfully solicit skar. ii
pnbllc pauonaw. (7Mia) f. U. A. M A MM Ml 2. f
Flour t Flour 1 Flour I
Will rontlniii) tho buslnesa t the old stand. By Il-
?!!trV!i;,iW-,1Vy?. "'"! ""I'lvinK riiW.
t'b.nN.HllNTM,wohallvndravartn mulntaln the
iircstlgo of thu old and popular Oallerjr, and to merit a
llliural palwnajju by fair dcalluir and superior Work.
1LBKII sATK CXTMA FAMILY lUH'B
m per Kalakam, fot itiitt" '
- U0LLI8 CO.
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