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TH. rwr of iji(i artrrh-y M Ik. week Km dmi
tentm! re ripe Itsws of hnrtday Irsule ril"ct!rljr, lews,
a Htta ltt)usiM itlee! nn( lrt )tt
frww rowntry writers .Ytrkriitly pretwrtewy 10 the sweet
iikuI intng of rflWsr a. trw ( kl pMse try
we. fet ik ciwrtry district. etsjcitlly h ilnKlwHy
ipn By nnliilimhnlW9HMIkiHi'
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lotnltlnh, ,Mwt lire tmrl h eOted far wfe by
Mrs A W rvWs-e ft Ce.
t art -wattae; bat "TH'S and lh sMty l
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xtf ol fammmtif ftvAmt far tW Cnt
Mi AImm wIR ofa to-ttftsy levf-nt fwtrecfe of n
u. at Km Ui rtmaM, and mm wek h nuiwinJ
h Nwfirlaii f iiiulm Mtr f th r-JMar wawA,
, rtt.h Mnn. Pnrti A Cv and Mr A.fat will
Arrtrnl tt IWf i 1 1 trt tuhi.
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4 4th Sr, Am Wjirtw, Mottmr, tm New
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lArkitch. trvm KmVm4v
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K Ilf4wfs xnL IWtry fur Kaiul
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fjtkfttk urn, KmK, for Hil
Mii4ttt Mm., Mirfof f KcrUu. "
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Lvnr IrUsiA, Am ( IWTjmjn, lt 1 nmd. '
Kuwlrrf. Am mti bark. Ifctlrr. fM ctuiM
IwjiUnltUm., lUic,for MuUm, fCcra A kau.
kahmi. kk, f- Kiwhul
UAMMh, for MafiW
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VrntrlM ttoie tn I'ort,
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Surth Stab, MonhtMt
flritrt frvm rri( Vnrt
lkTiHt. Am. bV Am Tonwea NrU
lhte Jan. S-x C trirrr & Co., ajt.
HaiMPN. (Wr Mu C R. DiMup Witter
!Km reW xi-k. 11. HacVfcU A Co.. acta.
0i-Anr, licit. ahijtAaraaMAH. Chapman
le Jan. o-t. i MlifUrw A. to. agi&.
jr MMtv. tWU l. Uluh.k StnctotUtrftLi
Iue Jan. ro-). 1 II Davteift Co.. afia.
NAffAiwutU liana. Ant. XX yoiT Qvt-M Stltaa
IhM. HAcfeMJ A Cat (ten.
N t astlk. xw , Am thip (;rrnf$vG ThcutaU
lHrl)ct. !$. ahijt occvunL
Kaw .mik. Am. bllfM- I.uso VentoM HumjJirrp
Due Slanh ta Ck & Coolr, agta.
PoTt-AM, O . Am. t-V Aldkn KrME. Nojti
Ihi IlulWa A Co., al.
SmthSm !. Haw. ch. Juua. . Tiemy
lhte lc via.
k.htm. It. C, Itnu S. S. Madras, Hrallcy
lc. io-is H HaclfrU A (.a. Acrntk
c AftMiM.1 IW-AHb, Am bfftnr. W. it Meyer, Htme
Ju Drc f a lirvwer & Co., Agenu.
ht irA, Am. bktne I.mma CLAbbiMA .Maion
tor Katfaulut, tlu ro S
lwt r Ahcih.o. Haw. ttic . iViharc
San (aALiaoo, Am. bk. !. C. Iuil(AT Hamon
Uuclcc s-io. K A Schader A Co., Aeeni.
INjitT UaMkUe, Am. LLine Klikitat Cutler
IKm IKrc io.$. H HacVfcU A. Co., AcentK
H himU)T, Am. tern rVA. 1ckmAn
Due. ltnA CooVe, Aeiit&.
Sivutn IS.W., IU, bitne., lrfn.ii I ci JraVln
IhM! Ike, 10-15. WiUcr A. Co., Acentv
IjTKvnwiL, Ilm hip Iaibt Cot-irr Jatkvm
To ui Nirv i 0 W Macfarlanc Jk. Co, Aarent
Swotr, r m v. Austmaua, fulloch
Ie it H HVf,MA Co., asta.
San r aAKCic. r.u .. Ctrr ir Svunrv Dearborn
thrive II HackftU Co.. ata.
bAH f lAM.t4A.ia, fXAvft. SlfcX DxU
Doe tkc 17 Wm 0 Irwin A- Co, Agent
rw rknuiai, uw tier j ja.
Tbe American LarientiM Etm 'anon aatled from
New )ofk NumiiUt 4th for Ihit jkxi, Con4ffned ta
Mnuv Cailc A CuAe.
TKe Hawiuin schooner Jenn Waller it out mthc
Uream, (uintmj;(OTeiKaubn rljrsmc. tc t Jrjaratory
to aAotKcr voyage to rannmc lsUnJ.
Tlw German bark Ijvtnfitiarw hat licharjrj her
carco of Chinese k1 at Hrcwer tk. Ox' turf, and
will return la H ortolans on or abuut Motklaynext.
TU Amencan bark H W Almy U at the oil S S
wharf loltn for San lrfKi, to tail lonlay,
lh American bark link Manhall MilcU for Port
Gamble on UVIoeMlay but. She, U uikIct criaiter fx a
irfum bxU of lumber.
tht whabns baiL Reuvlccr aailcj fur acruIcon
The Amencan hip Ho( ha hauled into the Ji.
baJ to lcharge her carco of lumber, which w learn
hat been turchaaAl by ifenri. Lecrs A Cooke lite
vcl it aii offerej for talc
The wrecker are u work on the NUsara, breakinc
The AmefKaa tern Councr, Colby, armed at Hilo,
Novemtr 4ih, from IVei lownwnl wuh lumber to
ruauof W II. Kcetb
The American bakerttirx Dtcovery arlrcd on Tuet
dy Ua fnm I'ort TowmcnJ wih a carso of lumber to
UtklerAOa, which the it tliKhargutg at the f out of
r oat Mmt. She revortt aitn the ueam w haler Lu
cretu In lat j(r kxu tyt (about Not. aiu), bound to
The Amciican bricantin North Star arrival from
New Caul. N.JS. W., ymtrJay, with carjo U coal
UMtUnd la Allen & KoUakm.
The American bnjruuine J. I SwkeU artiTed
yeierday from San r rancitco wuh a full tarro uf gen
eral mcnhandi, 9 horwt, 14 cowi and 6 mulct, which
tb b diM.haswx at tha tx of r o t Mreet.
From Kaoai erCR nihop, Iec t-Rev If lling.
ham, IV IUmin.jrlandwircvAr Gfttn.HonJ Kaoat.
N laawr, a U hitman, C II Uuhop, Mut Thomiwon.
II it I read ay
Xlrom Maul nan! MokAal, rr Uhua, Dec iXtr
Uit, Mr lUown, air SchuU, W 1 Alcaaoder. A
Trum Kahulal. iwr Kilauea Hou, Ic t IWthopof
- l-fcatt. Mr Haiti, Mi GiWa arad iwa
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ln ToJ ly iU U,m uJull-ljia.l
r.'4,.t..Nt.'"u"' i J lo Uw hluw. Mr.
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hr,Ulmu, W II .,u l J CJn C-A,
Vu, MuIaI MdUI.M UlMu.Ifcc.-W TWw.
t -''.,. '.'. "J1 Mn w Auk. K J-iraoo, Mr
K"n II f, U , IKmcu ua t.o thiUran. w KM
UU, 0 Uu, w U AI..w.Ut, Mr. l king. Ifc
lo.kjJ lrCKIIiJw,I, AIIkkIctjmJ
UK.U. I. J. trW t Kufcll W.J7l,
J Kiui, Mr. Mi ..UkilL ' '
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btk Mr. Sh. uJ l. J.u4tj.s Mr. K vtUiO, J A
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A TEST OF ENDURANCE.
A norcl ci-tiincnt to ltt (he iivlunnce (if
itx-crtTtfiniolihc CiViIiy lliipdc uf ihe lm
itcnuli . Ten UScru, (ixnen l A, juu! Ihcii
tuiuna, Genera) Miuul.ilf, io.lt ijj miU-on
a ciwim Ui-i out siwwl the Moialof IljJn,
JjUubj Wiiun, UUcrn tbc troui of 6 1 Vi
huM at uTica u Otcjr MtOml, in iwM na
'' ini,aivi ivrteM uoly ttnty mtnulc
Uyii 11 d.y. They cio fiehl Uf
jtwlifig, 4 at the ol U tb HUI aJI ric
l8J lu Ju lutt cxv4 Crncul StiuuUS,
Mlwi th, men tr itwJt tvxwt H'fJ
Ijujjilua angtl U
taouAfcy la alt sw
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Tnlft Gnf; llutu, ft W.IVn. Jr.. C.iin T
f"-V A . lli.Uui .aj am. C II U JU,
vura, I M ilxi.fc. Uu AuJrr, II RlUt, A K JilJ.
MU.ARa,Ciuin lly. II 11 r'mlb, 0 W lAluJ
k. Imi,(: tjuln. Mr kmkl, j M lluvpuo, i?
SATURDAY. DHCRMBBR iM.
All matter let th SatnnUr Prnt thou 1,1 be
ddied lath "SATURDAY PNBSS"
TAX ATON IN HAWAII
The aemmuUll cvhlnKe of the lt few
jrsr prorw lyonl rptrnhw the neerwily of
refomlrt)n fn the Ita-itan ipttm of Uta
lion. Net to the qtHMrnn of offiebl vtnalHjr
ami inemietncc IhH itijt it prolitititv
roott imjwilanl llwin any het now lcfotc the
Ilitwnmn l.lc. It h at alt limen ami in nil
cminttin, where mixlern s)tcnM of gmctn
menl prevail, one of Ihe principal prolilcmt
ptcitrilfor offickl wtution, ami the healthful
administration of pttWic affair, aj well a the
contenlment ami proerlt) of the (wiple, tie
wl largely Uhi the propriety of the system
fertqKei! ami the aliility of it necutkm I'm
rnl comlrtiont in Hawaii compel an earnest
eomhtcratron of these univerlly adinttteit
trutlH ami n careful artalyth of the ptem now
in ojierathm provea nnniMilahly Ihe eitenee
in a forge degree of cvrruHkin, cultile neg
led ami tvm inefficicnC) on the part of tlww
offreiaU who are rc9xjnililc for the proper
etecutinn of thi branch of the public cnice.
demoralifini; la the contentment of the people
ami danueimu to the Mttiilily of a (;oernment
lltal fixlctt and it retpontlblc for such a state
of afTdr. Jcalout at Ihe precnl mtmlntttra
lion pretendt 10 In: of lit reputation abroad, it
mutt feel ill fine (?i tcntibililte rudely thaken
by the publithcd reconl of the ci1e of an en
tire taxation diitrict rWnfi fi Mttt, ami in a
mblic meeting adopting rctolutiontof unquali
lieil prucl agiinst the conduct of Ihe ;ocrn
ment appointee in their district; alicprett
ind in wvttc tcrmt llair ditappmtal of the
ijuetlionablc ditcrction exhibited by the "ap
pointin); power." The coplc of 1 I1I0 district
hac but voiccil the Indignition and difgust
which prevails throughout the Kingdom, and
the record hat gone abroad at added evidence
of governmental incapacity. Who i rctpon
til.lc? Utidcnlly the "powers that lie" have had
their attention too fully occupied by (td flicni)
more !niHrtant subjects. A question of uni
tcrsal Interest, an incxhauMiblc subject of
argument and theory, Ihe frcijucnt cause of po
hlical resolution in older, ssistr and ttrvnfr
governments thin this, the rock upon which
eminent political economists hac split in Iheir
theories as to an equitable sjslcni, such a sub
ject is pliinly not to lie comiared in the minds
of jvwsstith ihcorganiialionof an iinfaitiif(t)
military force and a cnrnnition fircc which can
only nrosoke I lie ridicule of the ciiliml
world. Surely we hate fallen upon csil times.
It ls a fasonlc Ixjasl of the present administra-
lion that the rate of tuition is remarkably
low thrcc-quirtcrsof one per cent. and that
in this particular the people of Hawaii arc
cspcciill) fas oral alios c the people of almost
any other country in the ssorld. Admitted
that the ratt Ls low, it docs not follow tli.it
taxition is low. There miybc such a thing
as excessisc valuations, or, if property has in
creased in salue so that ssith economical ap
propriations and cxcnditurcs a reduced rate
ssoutd suffice the just needs of the nation, then
the people are entitled to the diflcuncc, not
withstanding the present rite may be low; but
sshui the people arc taxed to meet extravagant
appropriations and useless cxicnditurcs, then
is taxation hi$h. Wc ma) not criticise the
system of record noss prevailing, although a
certain goscrnment sinccurist was months in
labor Using to bring forth an exhibit sshicli
would contradict the statement presented by
the tax collector during the legislative session,
and for the purpose of misleading our foreign
neighbors. He must hasc been chagrined to
witness the utter ruin of his purjiose by the re
jmrt of the trustees of the Hanters' Libor and
Supply Company in this terse and comprc.
hensisc statement: "In short, the sugar plant
ers directly and indirectly (iay more thin four-
fifths of all the revenues of the goscrnment
Although the entire ssstcm may lie faulty,
and it is doubtful if in this sre has c kept pai
with our commercial progress, yet Ihe most
conspicuous fault of svhich w e are at present
the victims is that of venal appointments, and
to this fault is directly traceable most of the
complaints and political unrest of the common
wealth. It cannot but result in serious dam.
age to our reputation as a nation ; and that
branch of the public service relating to taxa
lion is not the only sufferer from a lack of
wisdom (putting it mitdl) ) on the part of the
"appointing power." The entire government
service suffers from this weakness, but, fur ex.
ample, in this connection we will briefly re.
view the system of apiwinting tax assessors.
The law says: "The minister of finance, ssith
the approval of the King, stall appoint annu
ally, on or liefore the first day of Jul), asses
This is all right as far as it goes, liut the law
presumes scseril facts which have not been
verified in Hawaiian experience. It presumes
tliat the King and his rcsnsiblc (?) cabinet
minister arc alajvc prostituting the interests of
the people to favoritism and venality. It pre
tumes Out men of ability and business cxiicri
ence commanding the confidence of thcdislrict
they arc apmtntcd to assess, will c selected
It presumes that sonic deference will be shown
to the withes of tliosc who contribute the ma
jor part of the nation's revenue; and it is I
cause these legal presumptions have not been
verified, or Ihe slightest respect ruid to them,
thai dissatLfaction and distrust to largely pre
The position of tax. assessor It avcryhn
rtant one in this country, when the fixing of
property valuation is left v largely to Ihe
judgment of that official; more ctiecially at
values are to rapidly changing under great
commercial advantages. And a man who docs
not Kttscu sound judgment with regard to
property, sho has not an intimate knowledge
of the commercial progress of the country, and
who lut not hail the benefit of business experi
ence, is in no way qualified fur the lusition.
I,k over the list of attcwois wlxi have been
inilictcd upon the Hawaiian (topic and how
many vsill you find csiing these qualifica
tions? The forlicararvce of the cople on this
subject lut been remarkable. And the 1110.1
surprising fcsturctr It all is thai similar action
to that of 1 1 il Dull let has net lrn fmtuent.
Many of the present assessors stcrc memlien
of ihe late farcical legislature and secured their
(vnitiont no doubt at a reward for corrupt leg
illation. No other reason can l assigned for
their appointment, at procr qualification for
the otFicc it in mot rases compioiout by iit
absence. The api"inting (uwei may ctctuc
itt action by cUln.ing thai Ihe fart of these
men lcing tlcctol to the legislature it proof
itut they (oum thv conmlenre of iheti dis-
Irirtv In that case why seat the mcnibcr from
Walluku p(lntcu to atscu the dulrict of
Honolulu? It would hate been proper, per.
halt, in duly icspccting the vtUhet of hit con.
ultucrxry, to have aj.inlcxl Mr. Gibsoa to
Iheasicuoithipbf this dutrid; or, lie Ulog
tHhetstlsc trupkijol, I he )wlntment 0 Ihe
lenownvd financier UliVlLuii stuuld hive been
tjxoprUlc. What sjkcUI quilificationt the
member bom Walluku had fittine him fur Ihit
(aaltloa it It difficult to undcivtanJ, althossgh
h may have i-i-ntJ hit pJutmit. The
,.. fi . .r tL .... . i . s. i.s 1
itic nuisMet 01 rwuie, mi, imi, wumsu 1
Wrhully in the latct of hit matter dmmg I
the UfSid-vtive tettkAi.
shtesvslnes. ami appoinlesl with folly, at resuttt
have amply proven, and the Hawaiian national
reputation It now tuffeiing for hit action. It
it not netewnry tit enlarge further iiwn this
almteof the p)inting posser. It is notorl-
m ami itt effeett arc Itlng teriousty felt. The
entire tixilion question nenlt wiser gosxtn
mental attention, Init it cannot lc hopcsl for
during the present regime. 1'ostibl) when Ihe
resnt advisers of the King are safely Imriesl
in thai oblivion which Ihey so richly merit,
and the memnry of their corrupt administration
hsw satesl from Ihe mind of the common
wraith, the ruler of this nation can be induces!
tn give greater attention to the interests of hit
THE PROFITS OF RECIPROCITY.
Wc subjoin an Interesting and instructive
table, for which wc are indebted to the forth
coming "Annual ami Almanac, compiles!
from Custom house statistics, giving the com
paratisc vtilucs of our imjirtiliont since 1S73
We comment! it to the careful perusal of our
readers, nnd trust that the CkivmtU man will
suffer hit jealous eye to rest upon it, hit mind
lo dwell Uon it am! hit heart to treasure it up.
It is at curious at the once celebrates! " l'lf
Ictn lulc ;" it it callable of as many s-ariitions.
The Ckrenult mm will not fail tn twist it and
to turn it unidc down and outside in and to ex
hibit it in a fashion that will prejudice and per
h.ips appall hit readers. He will call atten
tion to the targe imtsortaliont from Great
llntain, Germany, etc. He will cmphisirc the
stattment tint we inqiorted ncatl) a million dol
lars worth of dutiable or Iwndcd goodt Troiii
Great Ilrit.iin in 1SS1, one hundued and thirty
(fid thousand from Gcrminy during the Mine
)ear, and that the luiHirtalions from other
countries sverc in due projwrllon.
He prfliably will not mention the fict that
our Importations from America arc enormous!)
in except 01 these; thit in lSl Iticy were
neatly thrtt limes as great as those from all
the other countries put together.
The Chromrft mm will hirp uiion the mil
lions of dollars worth of sugir which America
rcccis et from us free of duty ; he w ill, doubtless,
mike no mention of the goods which wc hise
ordered under the treaty the value of sshich
exceeds nine and one Inlf millions of dollars-
as dutiable or Uindcsl goods, to the value of
more than three and onc-hilf millions of dol
.Must sse reitcntc Ihit these liberal import!
lions Ihey are cirliinly libertl when sse take
into consideration the mcigcr population of the
kingdom and the iiniws crished condition of
the majority sshich arc constantly on the in
crease are increases! by reason of Ihe advantages
olTercsl us by the Reciprocity Treaty? The
sales of California to the Ilaivaiiin Ishnds
hise increases! during the past six )cars more
than six fold I They ssill continue lo increase
so long as the treaty aids and sustains the
planters, encourages immigration and cnliscns
the local trade.
If the treat) is abrogates!, or if it is not re.
ncssctl, disastrous consequences must result to
us. Trade ssill for n time rcccis e a great
check, and it is not unlikely that a general
jiaralpis w ill lie sustained throughout the king
dom. America will lie conscious of it ; Cali
fornia ssill lie csKci.iIly aware of it, for to
California and to America have accrued a fair
shire of the profits of reciprocity.
Let Ihe chronic growlers and the disturbers
of the peace consider well this little table, for
here all the fids in the case arc set forth in
black and ss hite, and no man can gainsay them.
In some cases the importations of the year
hasc been inconsiderable, and the values have
hem dropped into the column headed "all
other countrics,"and by comparing tha column
with the one svhich tops the tabic it will lie
seen hosv little sse value all other countries,
nnd how greatly our reciprocal ncighlior, the
United States of America :
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The restrictions on the sale of liquor to Ha.
waiians liavc now been removed for a iierliMl
of two months and the talc that come lo ut
from all ait of the Islands are vsoful Indeed?
Drunkenness hat ttcadity incrcatcil and many
have liecomc luUluil Incbrules who were not
known to touch the cup Uforc. Wilh drunk
ennest, misery ami want, crime and disease
have incrcatcil among the natives and will to
continue unlit the labu it replaced or Ihe Ha
walUnt arc twept from their native islands.
Nothing in recent )can hat given a more se
vere blow at the life of the (icople than this
Use. The evils following in ill track are loo
numcioui lo mention, and nothing does more
to further the stork of destruction than Ihe
criminal inactivity of the government. The
bw cuntatnt a provision lmIng a heavy fine
on any pervm furnishing liquor 10 Inuulca
tcsl rwnv It was claimed by Ihe (blvocalc
of the law, ami it was hoped by alt, afur Ihe
bill was tigncsl, that ihe ruilvct wouhl be tro
tccled j that, if they rouu drink, they would
get a (Hirer article of liquor ; that the illicit dis
dilation and tale of tlsbicu wouU lie dlcon
liouedf tlul the rutivet wugll not be able to
get liquor enough to iritotleale arul thai drunk.
enncM would toon ctsaMi in cumopicnce. The
jnoof uf the Kidding U in the eating, however,
and the etpsairocol hat dciaorutrtted it to be
a most naiueatlng dute.
His the duly of lh Attorney General'! de
lie votrrUbiol wlthhaitaicpl, vi which ihe jajllcc U a un, t6uti
test and prosccnle all habilual liw breakers, I
and the fict it patent tn everyone Ihit there
are many tuch who are in tome way connectesl
with the liquor traffic. The responsibility of
the evil workings of Ihit law cannot le shifted
from the shoulders of the government. The
proper authorities, by discharging ihe duties of
their ofliccs at Ihey htsc sworn to do, could
lirgely arrest the course of crime and nllcvhle
the accoman)lng distress. The present mln
istry arc ever prating through their orgin of
hiving the sanitary condition of the country at
heart, and )et nothing, in lite )cars, hit so in
creases! diseise among ihe nillscs at their pet
liquor liw, at vsill be attested by the govern
ment and other phpiciint in Honolulu and
elsewhere on the ttlmds. Those ailments
which the 1 law ailant have most cause to feir
ire more ilifficull 10 treat effectively when
liquor Is drunk, and arc more npidly spread
by inebriated erwnt. The ternil feelings
sshich the ministry profess to cnlcitaln for the
"rcsl skinned children of Abraham" should
ttiimilitclhun to immednte action to extend
an assisting lund to those whom they fuse
liecn churning with honcjcsl vsordtsshile kick
ing them into the mire.
Much of the liquor that is being sold to m
lives Is still Impure, mik poison, In fid. One
mtisc slietl in Honolulu a few d.i)t ago after
drinking it, and some lime since another died
in one of the country districts on this island,
after taking a drink of the native article. How
miny more hive succuinlied wc do not know.
This shows the necessity of speedily securing
ihe services of an cfficiint chemist. In many
vi)S arc the services of a competent anilyst
ncedesl, and vet how often hit the request for
such nn omclil lurcn unheeded! A course of
mistwly inactivity in nil millers pcrtuning to
the public good seems lo lie the present policy
of the head of Ihe Ministry. Activit) is onl)
nnlicrable in such things as rcluc In the petty
b)-play and wire-pulling schtmes for crxotnl
ads-anccment, or more proicrly, ingntlitioti In
to the pHnl graces of the King, for the Pre
mier claims to have teaches! the height of his
ambition when he became the catspaw of the
throne. Ilvirvlhing is subservient to person.
Never, since Hassan tie! lvccame n en Hired
nitlon his there leen minifest such corruption
and imliecilit) on the put of those in high
places; never Ins the little kingdom been so
dixgnccslj ncstr sscrc the alTiirs of stite lest
cared for and the interests or the nitivc people
more neulcctcd ; never his there Ins 11 such
loud-tpoken disalisfaction and ncsir his the
country Iiecn so near annchy as during the
prs-M-'iu aiimiiiisiraiioii, nun rue SKy win never
cleir until something lictidcs the miking and
breiking of (iromiscs is done.
Readers of the list weekly '. C. A. noticed
with some degree of astonishment, )ct amizc-
ment, dunging finally to utter disgust, the
paraphrase on the text uscil during the sscck at
Ihe American thmksgising discourse delis crcd
by Mr. Cruian. Mexico U herein presented
in such laudilory terms as to lead one to the
supposition thit the writer, who is none other
than the premier himself, vsas paving the way
for a favorable reception, should he tike his
projiosed vacation after coronation time In the
hilts of the Montczumis, as the attempt is
made to disparage the United Slates and cs.
cciilty insult her daughters, in language and
allusion unfit for publication, in comjurison
with her Mexican sisters. Special pains is
taken to show the disadvantages and occasioml
misfortunes licfalting certain parts of the Unites!
States, all of sshich are portr.i)cd as pligues
and curses, sslnle the vivid Eastern iungination
of the writer traverses the "steppes of Tar
Hry," presents the "homesick Icelander," and
even pictures Hawaii in such glowing terms as
to sneer nt Americans' lioist of vastness of do
main, magnitude of rivers or growth of cities
The article throughout is written with the
intent, evident!), to retaliate on Americans,
and singles out the liest friend of this mtion to
insult nnd burlesque her in her season of thanks
giving, and toward the close hurls his inv ce
tives at the "American Republican" ssho
would "talk in a denunciatory strain of kings,
and armies and forces independently of the
(mpular will." Wo firmly believe, however,
thit few outside of Mr, Gibson vsill find in the
following extract from Mr. Oman's discourse
wherein is presented an) thing objcctioniblc :
"Lei us remember thit righteousness ex
nltctli a nation, while sin is a reproach to any
people. This i true of the greatest, and is
true of the least among the nations. It is true
of the Great Republic, and it is also true of
this little kingdom. If this kingdom ssould
keep her place, and cspcciilly if she would
keep an honored place among nations, it must
bediy her moral power, for she ha. no other.
Where lies the strength of a nation? Not in
her rich plantations, or ships, or Gattiing
guns, or a standing army. N6! The real
bulwarks of a nation arc the bodies of her
sons or, rather, I should say, the spirit and
principles of her sons. The highest treasures
of a nation are manly liodics, just principles,
high sentiments, intelligence, and loyalty not
only to the (lowers tint be, but loyalty to the
Supreme Ruler. That nation which, by its
laws and the influence of those in high places,
makes drunkenness and immorality easy and
popular, is doomed. The handwriting it a!
ready on the wall. The words of Milton to the
King should lie written in letters of gold on
the walls of the cabinet of every king and the
office of (.very ruler: 'Alas, Sire t A Com
monwealth ought to lie but as one large Chris
I Lin personage, one mighty growth and stature
of an honest man, as big and compact in vir
tue at in lody; for, look what the grounds and
causes are of single happiness to one man, the
same )c shall find litem to the whole Stale.'
"The nation governed by such a principle,
however mull or large, will never perish from
the face of the earth. Governed by any other,
all history declares that itt dap are nuinlnrcd
There is no true loal heart but what will
tuppoit the sentiments here expressed by Mr.
Cruzan, and he it honored the more wliotieaks
Ihe truth lnlhcfaccofro)aliy, Ifany offense las
been taken at the alios c expression, it must be
from the fact that "truth hurts," and th
premier, knowing that the opposite of this pic
ture of national strength l the Lustful (?) h
tition of Hawaii to day, finds a true picture of
national greatness ptciinleil lo the king licsidc
him, that putt him (Mr. G.) lu Ihe blush fur
the false ones he has portmed. Hence Ihe
prlmate'i ire I
We give elsewhere another article uxmi the
evil tctullt from the new liquor law, and now
another trap for the unwary It contemplates! in
ihe establishment of a brewery in thit city, in
w liich the v try Ihin and plausible theory of add
Ing lo the revenues of Ihe country by the im
j.irtatlon of dutiable articles necessary fur its
manufacture, and abo by its license, It pre
Killed. Wc cannol lit feel alum for a people,
apriaicntly to tutcrUible to drink at thit at
tcrniit to enler another wedge lhal at lit will
prove an injury to tlw race.though ill projector
and hit vupprtci consider it to be a rurinkts
lmgc that will draw Hawaiian, away from
the akoholic and Injuilousliquort Hut arc now
available to then.
If wc mistake not, thit bite philanthropic
slew tnteit tery Utile, if at all, into Ihe cate,
but it U rather the dollar and cent question of
a litine'. at thostn by the native aptitude tn
diink, since thb adminUtrallou has thrown
0cn the door Id tW destruction. With Ihe
evil result we KcbefcK it every iky, il would
be a dcrtwioa aaJ mmo to wpuutc, for one
nuMuuti, Uwt amag hcwe to aouuiutMi lev
wUI lsfi tW, trkin, la iUty. ho
probability still be more likely to lead those to
lnbitt of drink tint arc )ct safe Statistics
give ample proof of where ftclhtiet fot beer-
thinking leads directly to ruin thinking, from
ilt insldiiout working upon Ihe tcmpcrilc In
clines!, till finally il It but an city step to the
alcoholic cup, while wc Invc )ct lo see the
liencfit to Ihe ciuxc of tempt mice by tuch op
portunities showing .1 thinning of the rankt of
At a guird or sentinel tiion Haw ill's towers
we enter our protest agilnst any such applica
tion, and trust the petitioner will turn hit at
tention lo some thoroughly philanthropic move
for the liencfit of Ihe people of lilt adopted
home, lielicv ing firmly tint temptations enough
beset this people without milling lint of n
INTRINSIC VALUE OF COIN.
IIiiitor Satiiriiav I'urssi In the (nittttt
of list week Is an ailiclc entitled "The Two
Dollire," referring to lite two -slver dollars in
circiihlion nt the present lime In the United
Stiles. The article closes wilh these wordti
"And (lit me whisier il) If the Unites! Stiles
stmdird dollir wis rtlicvcd of four-fifths of itt
objectionable bulky inline wc would think the
coin grcilty Improved, mid it would lie more
acceptable at a business tool thin the present
tamiitil dollar, ns the same weight ol metal
would then (Kiform live limes as much hlmr
it il now docs, uW still it uviiIJ he worth out
hmiJreJ unit It Ihe iMtr, ifwnieJ ami ;
It set mt n little strange lint anyone ms
testing the businest capacity and good Judg
ment which wc know Ihcwritirof Ihe iIkivc
words iKisscsscs should publish a statement of
this kind, especially since the disision of
funnce his Wen so cleirly discussed and ex
pliincd since the rise of the inllntion crize in
Amciici. The idea set forth in Ihe nlxive
stitcment it simply this: 1 litre is no necessity
tint money should possess any intrinsic value.
The government stimp imkcs it money, nnd,
therefore, valuable. Of course, then, iintcriil
Ins nothing to do with its worth. If, as the
writer slates, four-firths of the silser dollir can
be removed and Ihe rcmiining fifth be worth a
dollir, thin a pitcc of copjier, tin, iron, iiK"r
or wood, with the government dollar-stamp
tiiKin it, ssould answer the tame purpose. If
this theory lie correct, then It it a waste to use
an ounce of valuable gold or sliver for money
when pieces of comparatively valueless piper,
stamped by government and declared legil-
tender by liw, are just ns good. If "Jtatiim"
will founded, llicn every dollir of the green
hick redemption fund of the United Stitcs
should be withdrawn, nnd gold and silver dis
carded for use as moniy. Wc cannot inngine
a more luncficmt discoviry then "Jiatiim"
would be if it hid any foundnlon in science or
experience. Whit a grand thing it would lie
for these Ishnds 1 The government would
then hive no need to ask for a two million
loin il could mike its own inone). Not only
could it make the amount of the present cnllcd
for loin, but twenty, fori), sixty, )cs, a hun-
dresl millions. lie could thin have a corona
tion thai would indeed astonish the world, and
could make csery guest happy, by giving him
n cool fifty thousand to take home svitli him.
Hut, nlis! this cannot lie, for experience has
shown the fallacy of the "fill" theory, and
demonstrated that nothing can lie successfully
used as money unless it either his intrinsic
value according lo its purport, or is redeemed
by the issuer in such value or its equivalent
whencser it is presented. J. A. c.
Wailuku, Nov. aSth.
-p0 MECHANICS, SPECULATORS
A ll.trr C'iilHrf fi, Serurr n Cointirttthlr
Jl.wtrtnt It. ttnattnl.tr Trrm.
WITHIN AN KASY DlbTANCK Of I0WN.
For sale, a magnificent two-story DWI.I.I.INO
IIOUSK In the mild and salubrioui locatilvof Kana
lama; stands on one fourth of an acre, more or less, of
arable land. Itic house contains live rooms on the
ground Moor and four rooms on the second floor, with
ftnacious balcony, ami on the roof a louLout of untoue
design; bath room, and every consenience in the way of
Hauling, carnage nousc, Kiicncn, etc
Inspection Invited. Udiesand gentlemen cons eved
10 tne pretnt.es tree ol marge.
Poultry could here le raised on a profitable scale.
Further mrticutn at
tio-lf . CAVANAOII'S AGENCY,
CANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
Mo. tlUS fVUItr STMKKT,
k Open Every Eveni
DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS,
, ,,.,FOH... ,,
PIAo C'fitittbl Jitike Selection In ihty Timr
ALL GOODS SHIPPED
11Y OUR COASTING VESSELS
Jfuaf it hi tk Drttlnat tun Mainly Marknl
CONSIUNIE. MUST mtCXIVK ANU
CIUCK THEIR GOODS WHEN MNDED,
OtherwiMr w tUIm will 1 allowed
MlT'lVi rule will be Hi icily rrdoacd
119 4 T. K. rOSn.K a; CO,
The uot lent tried, tuttrn? been aiitulrutd Ad minis.
traturof tltiiatof D. KKKIM, tlcceawd, n-lK 1
nertuy gicniu au )rboii naving cuimt afaiiM Mm
lAhl euata to present ttw umi, duly auiUtiticairJ,
with th roir voucher, whether wcmrnl urotlwrwlw,
to tha underwntd wiiluci tdi nnoth fruui the data
Iterouf, ijr they will b furerr larred.
All twraotu owing ilia fcwl attaia arw rcurted lu
rmi luuucuuui uaymciti 10 ine uiKKiMtriicta.
, W. AU5UN WHIIlNa
AdmmUtnU.ir ff thcradleijf D Ktkua.
Oflice, KahuuunuftJreet, Hmtululu.
ptad DecrmUr j, tBa. f94t
The fUlowiiig turned wf on are hereby nuUmJ that
theU AUMJAMA CLAIMS ivjulra their Imrucdiata
rvnul aUendaiH. at lite olfkf of th underalxibtd.
All cUluta, whether inenttunad bckviw or iiwt, lauu gj
furwaid by tha Ueamer butts wn Ikoteiuber dt or ihy
IXtjounto Looe, Jvhn Kauf,
KIom Nu-sW, Jaik ilou,
Hou, lawla Monaay,
Kajaaia, rUa rwr NawWiai
Oao. WahintU-, Kaluo.
ALVKKD S. MAkTWKLL,
"IIB TIRST ANNIVERSARY HALL
The Ancient Order of Foresters
Wilt, TAKR fLACR H Tlir HTVT
Ve-i Ittitt, HVifHt-tff.i; .Vr,, lrr, tfw, If SV
AllVtlMlflN, $J Jr
I1clirt may t hul of L M Oal,Jr9 A l,
NVhiiney A Rolwrtnon, and cf thr stommitler, iitl
No. j? KiNrt SmrnT,
ha must; iiH.f it a W.VK.VM u. i Knit,
MpsiGin S-nlillenwlInij a lrdinn line
AllkimUif RKI'AlRtNO DONE W ORDER.
I Meet etcr-eding!)" moilerate. "o-3'n
S. PRATT A CO,
Anctlonrrr nif fVnMiffin Mrrehmiti,
(tv.H Srttrrr (Heaver Ihx.k), Honliilii
SlMH-tal Alletilion stvrn to the il1 of Real ami IVr.
XiTAdnncM mado oil ContiJtnmcntt.u& 15
F. S. rttAlT. U I IFVRr
Nif Cttprntrrf ,Sttr Mitkrr unit (Ututkrr,
So ()Ql fFN&TRHKT (below Honolultt Iron Work &)
Svus, O&V I'hnV, Sbtp Kneet Oikum, fell, Co )er
Holt, nitd bhenthinf; Metal conlantly on lund.
itTlUf; Vvc mide to ordir and hted In inwition
SUPREME COURT Or THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS In l'roliate In IhoinAiierof Hie
rM-itenf S DAVID 1IURKOWS, hie of Horiululu,
tleceiwtl, nt Cliaintier, lieiore Clntr Julict; Jiitlil.
On rtvlmcand filing the tni in nnd account of A.
L Cattwriii.it. AdmimMnior of the r-MntctfS DjvI.I
Idirrowe. I He of Honutulu, tteceaed, wherein lie nkt
to M nuowcti $m,04? 93, nnd ciinrKe tiiuiwlt null
Sit.011 i, nnd aV thit the Mine mivle examlnetl
nnd approved, nnl that n fm-il orxler inay l mnleof
iiiMiiuutioii 01 1 ne j ropri,) remitnin tn 1111 htiuU to
me pervjns inercin enniieii, nnu tuscnircinx mm ami
hi 111 re tie from nil fuither rejiomil ihty n nuch
It I onlrred, tint TUhSDAY, the oth diy nf Jan
tnr, A. D. iS3j, at ten o'chick A, M , before the aaltt
luMicr, at Oiniiibent, In the Court Ikmc, nt Honolulu,
lie and the Mine i hereby appointed a the lime and
t.Iacc for hcarint? uttl itftitioti nnd ncciiunU. and lli.it nil
lervin Interested uu then nnd there nppeir and kliow
cnue, 11 any iney mtt, unyine aatnc Miould not le
iranteil, nnd may present evidence n to ln art. rn
tithil to the aaid nrotvrtv. And thit iM order, in the
rnglidi and Himaliin lineuie, l pubhhed In Ihe
lATintPAY rn m ami A naAtst, newp.tpera printed and
j uhlifthnl in Honolulu, for three ucceMc vrek pre
iou to the time therein imtuinted for until Iteiring.
Ditcd nt Honolulu, IL I , tin 3d da of Novemlwr.
A. D. 188a.
A. FRANCIS JUDD,
Chief JiKlice of the Mrprrme Court
Attest: John IX IIamnakii, Clerk of buprcme Court
JJ HACKFELD & Co,
OfrtKK rOR SALE
INVOICES OP NEW GOODS.
Jut received r AW a.wmfohntt
Fom lilt EM 'MX,
ConsiMing in part of as follow) :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick-
ing?, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Grot-grain, Faney, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c.,
Men's Fui'iiltthlny Vooiln,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc.. Merino and Cotton Uuitershlrts, White
Bosom Shlrtt, Socks & Stocking., Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, !.
R. Coats & Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cottori and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sell Carpeting, bilk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
While and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points.
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Eau da Cologne. Lubin'ft Ex
tract, Toilet Soap, I'lultKuine, Hair
Oil, Curabi, Looking 01ans, I'tpe. I.
K. IU11, Harmonicas, 11 tank Hooks,
Cold Uaf, Jewelry, Gold Walchc.
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, AJbums,
Extension, Arm, Dining room and 1'ailor Chairs,
Xmlillra, ClfktH, Hrth, Stirrup Lritther,
Hemp & I. R. Pa -Vine, Coal IUiIcm,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing llalri, Cuim. Teat rot i, HowU, Chambers,
Rice Dithc and iLkrrt, llemijjhiu 3 and 5
Gallon. Sample lluttlctL Vatcand GUuware, tIaniU
aitd'tarrrfl Koc, Coal IUk Ouunict. Twine,
Durbp, Woolpack and I willed buikta', LIocji llokc,
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
sit all Mit and qualities.
Sardioet tn half anil quarter boa.t,
Salt la J.rt, Castor Oil la tint. M.lch.t,
Cocoauut Oil, Wash BIui. II. While Lead,
Stearin. Candles, 4,1. and , II. 4k P. Bltcult,
Hubbuck't Linseed Palut Od.' White Zinc I'alnl,
Dc Ltaa-e fill and Boutclletui 0 Braaay
na otner oruiai. nurn, utn, au riua
Beer, Ale and Potter, Port Wine,
Sherry. Rhine Wine. Fine and Table
Clarcta, Champagne, Dry Heid-
aeick Monopolc, Ch Faare, C.
H. MiuBtti a Co., Sparkling
liocK, Motciie, c, c,
(Itrimtn ami Unvuuu Vluttm,
llstrd i.ar..fpi.iM, Kmkt, Cruffis, Tea
mis, Cup.. NAls RIoils, S.lifrt, (.,
ISaLsi and lluulscr KalvM, &!... Shtep blears,
Ndl.s, htui lllt, SjMtt, (utv.nu.4 IUmas.
llvvp I'ut. Kce ki(s, ll.auucrt, YslLj.
Utul Mid CwipiMlIvA Null. LXuiliclt
IUU.11 Usui, bu-u L'JJiii.. Iioc
Flrtv CUf. Btocktattta Coal. FU. HiUkt, TUm.
Katytr sWrtsv, Oak aW, c
(kd.it bvi tW wWr lUukli tartrtdlf aurndnl Ut.
ONK riKST-CLAS SKT ).rW LAWN
Tttiak (W takTat T. si, 1 Wsw't sM lit. Urn.
Mtsirt. DILLINGHAM & Co.
invite attention to their large and
varied stotk of goodt tuitabk for
They hat e jntt reteivtd nrio and
very complete intviees ofSLI'iN
PLATED WAKRfivm the cele
brated factories of the Mtridtn Co
and the Middletottm Plate Co., in
designs entirely nno to this matket.
Their stock of 110 USE
FURNISHING GOODS is vtry
complete andcompiises many Novel
tiesa large variety of ALCO
HOI. LAMPS, KEROSENE
STORES, nett atternt in Dim ft
and Chandeliers ; a fine selection
of TABLE CUTLERY; leather
Dusters for all purposes; Brushes
of all Hints, superior House
They make KEROSENE OIL
a specialty, arid are prepared to
supply the best oil in color and test,
in iuantities to suit, upon the most
DILLINGHAM A CO.,
IMItlKrFHS AMI IiEAIIvKS IN
llttltlttitrr. .1 fr Icttllttttll ltttllrmrttti.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, I Ic.,
-sAKESI CAKES I CAKES I
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
Will l for sate, of nil itecri lions, both
j PLAIN AND OKNAMKNIAL,
Fruit , I'ottntt, Snnitti;(lllron, Kir
ALSU roU SALS
lloni'tsicll known ItlCII MINCrMI'AI', Christmas
and new Scars lllflLI. I'lt.s
ALSO A VFUY LAkGK ASM1KTMRNT OT
FANCY SUGAR TOYS
Of my own manufacture, and
Guaranteed to fa Free cf alt Poisonous Colors t
bo CAtciiMtel) umh! in the minufitturc of
THE LARGEST AND GREAILST SIOCK OK
Comit i nil uf wt,eral thousand pound, of my own
GUARANrFED '10 111. S1UIC11.V PURE,
rOK SALR AT
Candy Factory and Bakery,
lloin.STKKtT (bel. Nuuanu ami Kurt), Honoluu'.
STKK1. RAILS, 18 iwunJs.
With or without tndu HuUier.
IIAKIILI) H:NCK W1RK,
CANK KNIVI.S, with or wiiluui houkt.
Haad aad latitk Haattattsrs,
Shovels, Axes, Jacktctcwt,
htr.ul i4o. Itrushet,
Valrnl Msam i( Cuverinjf,
C.rncul, an CUy.
hugar and CimI lUgs,
MANll-t ROI'K, all tlrc
MIDIUM and I'll Ol' IIKKA1I.
C R. SALMON (in Lllv), new caicl.
H. HACKTELD A CO.,
CUn.rU gUhKNinJ rOKTStli, HONOLULU.
A STOR HOUSE PARLORS,
AS10R IIOUSK DINING AND
JtuseWt j and j llot.l Street.
Ikiami . ms llav, Wssk, oh T.SNinnr J
Udlar.k Ci.ut. ClgairrttM and ToLutw. lw.U Wal.
J nUr kl dreulk Musi. tcmJ hi
At AIL HIM...
HART RKOTHKRS, PKOPRIKTORS.
wrwav j. max.
jjJj r RtfT
ENGINK rOK 8ALK. ONK MKW tv-HOIUrE
r-ot. lfisM, in VrfJ Jj1-
tjOR HONOKONO DiKtitrr,
Hie A 1 Clipper Hat V
it $, . . v''
KILL MIL rOK
rilK AllOVB IIIRI' ON lltUKMIIt'.K n. i.
TsVlnit rsswrnfert ami fretilil
IW fmlher irtt(iitsr, apr.lf IS
:lsr fipt.lf IS
II. l7.cV,rlil,tO t'1""11
POR SAN HIANCISCO
Hie Ar American Itstkenlin.
;. ir. AL.vv,
(UICK DISI'AIXII I OK llll! At OVr PORI
Tor fi.Uht or iosmi
1 1.1; A euiiM , A,nis.
OSfrON AND IIONOIUI.U I'ALkl is
Hie IkuV ,
Will rail from lllm for this nl on M al.Hit I el.ru
nry rsl. If nfneierii tniliK.metit offers.
Ontert fillnt 1 runiHly.nnd frrlitlil taken nl Ihe liwr.t
rsles. Aily to Charles! Iliew.t .v. Co., No . Killy
street, lhmlon, or 10
a iiRF.wnit ro
Il6-ni (Jiieen tlreel, llmhihilil
Die A I llnllih Sledmstiip
W II IIhaix KV ... C'ommn.ler
will sail id.
HONGKONG ON Oil AI'OITI IH'Cr.MIII H urn
Por frelftil or tus.SK. a (.ly to
ll5 II HAC'KI'I lll.tCO, Atenl.
A 1 RANK COOK! ,
AI.KNr FIIK rilrE rilllOlSINIl (l)A.rMKS
WAII.IIK, MAI 01 O.
WAIOI.I, JIM IA,
GKN .SIIGI'U KAI.llNX,
I LAG Rnlwilh While llall Oir.ee corner ul
Qiieru nml Nlllisntl Slrret
C'CANIC SII'MSIIIP COMl'ANk
The A i llritlsh Sie smer
"S If UZ,"
Wilt leae San francico f.ir HoiHdiilu the
9th -Day of each Month,
Returning from llonelulu mi ihe tnl ill) of rash
month. S in I'raiieisco Agents. .
J II bPUICKri'jA I1R0S,
Honolulu Aitents, Ji; Malkct hi ,
Wm V.. IRWIN liC.i. im
pi-Nir.R'S LINK 1011 SAN KRANCIhCO
ItliKII'KIl tV Co., AtifHln,
Merckitiili reccired StoriRe lrre, nnd ld-rral Cah
nilviiKe inula tm sliipmctits b) this Iiiku
HTKA M K U J j KK L I KM,
Kino, Mast cur
Strimer I tlelike will bat Honolulu encli Tuesdij
At 4 i, m , toiicliiiii! at Uiliairui, Maalaei Ri,Maknui,
.Maliukotu, KAwaiKic, I.iuitaluchocAnt llili.
Ktuitiimu will touth nt all the nlutc ioib, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday a m
ios WII DLR&Co
P O. HALL & SON,
lALL ATTEISTION TO
A Splendid New Iai( of Reed A Itarlon't
Silver Plated Ware
Just Oikhfu anii now Fok Sali,
Tin I the finest selection of thea Rr-ods cer tTered
in tlii in.ii ket. .All of the I t..t iikI mot beautiful de
titt. Also a .cry choice lot of
French PoHtlahi ahi Glass Decorated Vases
Quite New in this MAKkrr
WW. TO All RIM, A CIIOICF t OT Of
GORHAM SOLID "SILVER WARE,
IN CJRI-M VARliriY,
All of whn.li nre most nuluble for Chrtma. Wetl
ding and Hirlhday Jilfl. AD f cordially invited tu
call nnd examine ihewi Uaudfut ckU( but don t buy
unlcM jou want to,
W HAVE ALSO FOk SALK Tllk HhW
Kalaka mi I Vash ing Jlfacfi ine,
of Hawtuaii intuition and manufacture; a guodartkle
ALSO iiti HANIl THK bKKT A.tOKTMCNl Or
IN TllK MAKKrr,
Twkntvtwo DirrKKrNT Surn anu Kihih.
Hall Steel I 'tow, cutting from 5 lo 14 inchen, HiIP.
"1 Mi S A'"' l6-Intli llreiktr, 14 inch hulaOucci.,
SuUsotl I'luwi, Hill's rurrow 1'uwn, bide Hill
1'lows, to, is and 14 indie. 1 6-inch bulk)
Plows, nude ircUllv for Hanukua
l'Untatioti No. a Um.kcjeMov4
vrt, Plow laihlUt,jextra point n
and beams for all lows
lhat we keep,
of all kinds,
MKCIIANICS" 100LS, SIIKI.K HARDWARE
all LiikIs. NAILS ik) SI'iKtS, all kind, and
sues. Hl.l II l ItAlaON'S li:u
In Cleat variety and in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
cf nuns' kinds and tired.
We autkn a anolaltjror
Andlaslricovertyiaor IIUIHIt'CK'S Willi i:
I tMI .m 7INC i4 dilferrm iiualilurt, U4de.
a full lux uf all DRY PAINIH anieU, ai.l
over v r.lUmt of IIUIIIIUCk'H besl
la). IIOll.ll) LINhlt.ll Oil. w.
tan sell at th low. 4 fi.uret, Ov
tr ?,uea s;.lloltt tA
BEST liUBRICATINO OILS,
by lU ban. I rai or rj-vlluii. MA8UR"S IIOUSK
1 .ml COACH LOTORS. ih.Ua Auieikan
I'ahtf t knusrit. W. las. w. Itu,
Idtrg! atook or
the EaU and fftu, evtr offetrd
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
tlul . will rittaii.nit in.nuio.nl. auy m U ih.
lhMjft!Kl uni vim aitk l tlul we ktem as It wwikl
sustr a... 1 Uu a sUi n of lb. " I'.utV
W. ci.dMllv bitil. out filtiwi. .ad iSiUiMur. to call
and ...miiM uw sreadid tti.L tA ,.1. Ivt lli.Ms.lre.
ai.llliev wiLI U.si.nUedt4' wlul w. wv. Itit
luouUio til tl at (i.e aad ia. task.
ran S.IS fcum.KMM, t, s. iim, imim, .r. M..r it!K.
aifkt.iaid fraaaMslv 0t4wt ftsi aUsU wum mi-
tjud. rwa.., Ri.a aad y ctsala i(ilMlr m? M,
f.athtii attininwiiy au usMaasi mi tu u, A. .sir.
isssssy. rWtaVjal.HOsvU. IHKUMri 'wltMt
a, i , exssii.a-iiii" i sup w.ssraa "! m - ' -r , "--ts
reulstd and mim1i. wdM km tsa) tmifit w.
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