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lsirrttl from 'iflii 'oia.
lltjsloN. Am lV. Amv 'IVftNitR
Hue Iau. a I 10. C Itrewrr A Co.. nui.
Hmkmr1. tier. fA. C K. MtMnr.
. Willi er
hie I rt", o-a. it, iiack!ui x to,, ngta.
Cf I Ah.,OW, Itnt fcJll( ArtHRAkMN. , , . Cli.ipm.in
Due Jan. . (I, W Macfnrbne A Co., nl.
l.ivitRHNti, Hrh. btc, IJiiock SttictmUwill
Due Jan. ao-i5, T II l.iviea ft Co,, ngi.
Nkw t Aaita:, Htiw., Am ahlp (Irrrvanuau IlimtuiMi
Due Sliiji's Account.
Nnw Yuhk, Am. I.ktiie, Kunor Vrhnon Humphrey
Sit th Ska U., flnw. acli. Julia
VttTiiHiA. U C. Hrii. S. S. Madka Ilrmlley
Now due. II. HAckfrM A Co., Agcnli.
Pannim, Dlanp, Am letne. W. II. Mkvkk, Howe
due Dn isvo. Urcwrr S Co., Agent.
IVikt (iamkik. Am. hkine Kukitat . . Cutter
Due II. IIacUcM ACo.. Acrntc
Hi MHiiLur, Am. tern l,A WtcVman
Duf Lcwrrt.k Cooke. Accnta.
Nicwiastlk. N.S W., Ht, tktne., Icii I, Kit.. Jenkins
Due Wiltter A Co., Amenta.
I.lVKHroou, Unt Oiip Ianrt Court. ... JncVton
'Pu ull Nov . (1 W MacferlAne A Co, Acenti
SVIINRV, r.M,,H. AttATHAUA , 1 ullocll
Dec 1 8. II. ll:irVfrl,lft Co,, nctt.
San pRANCtvn, r.M.a.a, City of Svunpv Deartorn
Due Dec 4, II. llAckfeU A: Co., a,; it.
Sak FRANCiacii, on. a, ht kz DoiW
Due Dec 16. Wm (1 Irwin A, Co, Accnta
Port Hlakku-, Am. bVtne. Amriia New lull
Due Dec. 95-30. Atlcn Ac Uobinon, ott.
Port ItLAkKLV, Am. lent Dakota Wemlt
Due Dec. 9J.JO. Allen & Robert wn, Afita,
.Ifritior n mln,
A meru an tiark I) C Murray left San Francisco No
ember iBth, had hfiht wing from cost to aoutheast for
four data, then liht wind from weM and northweM
until JSov. i. Vind hauled routitt aoutlieaM with
heavy rant. Nov. 37, lat s 30" north. Ion 136" acit,'
had a heavy gale from the aouth-aoutheaM which laMed
three dayt, then hauled to the wec, Skhteil Maul,
Dec 7th at 7 A. it. From thence to pott, tight batting
air and calm. Art! veil at Honolulu Dec otn.
Itii(- North Star, Morchoute nutter, left NewcaMle
Sept 37th; wind from outhaouthwct to north -north-wet
to Ion 150" 93" wtM, lat 9j aouth; enmed me.
ridian Orrcnuich Oct jth, lat 33' 30" outh: then light
nn iii'in muiiii 111 iiviiiicai iu ihhii s- TCtu, ii 79 34
aouih. Ion 150' 34" weM, carried aw ay ll)hig ithlKxm in a
heavy xiuall. Lroased eipjator Nov aid. Ion 15430"
wet. Sighted Maul Dec jth; arm
I'ec Bin, 73tiay 4age.
The Hawaiian schooner Jennie Walker return to
I annmtt UUnd atout Sat unlay neat.
'Hie American achooner Claut Spreclet I at Sorcn
aon'a whaif, where the carjxrnter are puthing ahead on
her She wtll aatt for Cotmimlioon or at out January
Tlie American laik. D. C. Murray arrived hut Saltir-
ua, it UA-iroin3dn rranciaco.witnanaiorteil cargo
of acncral merchandise, which she I diwharging at the
tt days from San Franciaco,
ncral mercliandie, which sl
teanuhln wharf. She will a
oUrteanuhin w turf. She ill tail for San Francisco
again about the Utter part of neat week.
The American Lrijanlin Inhn ll. 5iitr-Ll t t ih
toot of Fort street dtcharging, She will return to San
FranciacQ on or aloul the tjth InMant.
The American ahip Hope, at the foot of Fort street,
has dtacharged raoal of her cargo of lunilr.
Hie American tiarkentine DIcoer U at the cpla
nadeditclurgtng lumlier,afer which alie will tale her
pUcv in the line aaln for Sail Franciaco, to aail In
about ten days,
The A ineric in trfigantliM North Star I at the foot of
.&. i.ikelike uoLk di.nar)in a cargo of coal fnm
Ntwcaulc, N Sj W. She sail for han Franciaco net
, week inbaltaM.
The Oriental atmunhip Sueiwill be due from San
Francltco thl evening, with 19 da)- later news,
ThePaonc mail steamship AuMralta will I due
from Sydney on Monday morning en route for San
FrancUco. She may come In to-mot tow (a formerly)
ahead of lime, ao w a would odi our reader la hate
their letters and exchange ready.
Hie new ateam whaler Mary and Helen, Captain
Smith, and the whaling Luk Wanderer, will 1 due
from New I led ford about the fir-M of March neat.
Several whaler are eapected la touch here from San
The Hawaiian schooner Julia it looked for daily
from the South Sea UUnd.
The Hriiiah sieaiuthip Madras from Victoria, Ik C.(
en route to Hongkong, it houtly capecied.
'I tw Khkttat fioin lt (amUe. lfroui Humlioldt,
Iurh tare fiuut Nawcaala. N. S. V.. ant alt t.i:i.
etcd as due.
Schooner Anna, McCultxh, and luilentine W, II.
Duitood, Houdlett, uileU from Kahulut w the tth ln
siaut for San Frandaco.
Uie Haiaailan Ulgantlne Pouiate, Drew, aaiicd at
Kahulul on December 8th, from San Frnclco.
From Maul and MokAai.per Uhaa, Dec o MU
M lUwiluer, W Auk! and Ue, J 11 PUk, H W
M)T, Wong I-eMi, and eighty dctk.
I rum Kauai, per C K lliahou, lec a-Mr nwmpaon.
Air Lydtd, 1 KahlUun and wife, j Pureeaa. Mn
A(w Mid aervam, Mr Com a, Mrs V ll Kkce, lao
children and nuric, and alaxit thirty deck.
Froin wiodid mik ir Ukchkf, Dec ioCov J
O Denial. Hon A F ludd. CaUain Hal v. U' 11
Cornwall, J Kuctl, C MacfarUne, W Fchllr. W S
iiw..k a i w... 1 it t n ... r
M Sjaroui, (t Uty, I. Aho, J V Kawalnui,
efts, V U JUWijikt, W Dean. I l.ywi. l'
akula. Mm C WiU, AkahoU Mm b Kahana,
KWitHUkuu, .mi . Mkox, Akanoi, Miaa b Kahana,
mra iHkui vtiua c rvami. j aiui.-v, r KCUUing, li
Carter, A Shephard, wife aa4 child, W I. Kahotokahihi
and wife, A A lUm, if and child, and a number
From San Fruicii
Kutnertora, ueurg U a, John 11 try. U
Nortis, V K Miller, Frank 1 1 Wlkuv, Jotui Uuik,
For Sau Franctaox per H W Almy, Dae 0 Mr J K
Wilder. F Cnwft), C D IlltKkley, Jim W CrowilC H
Koc IIhLoo, c li!nlow, IK i Ou dun
dri uul tiuiriyahrc. Chluc.
lor Miuii Mil MUuL&f, per Ihuj. tWc , i lfe
llron. Mn lllcn. K KU0.il, W Ikan, Miu liloo.
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tkg linnlwftir, f Vm ' 1 4 t'K ruMdiffi, I. MAr
(haul, t eft i4ra, I1 of I lo lik, wj lTga wlit(
marhinaa arttl gittrti PMIIii A Crt, i a tulxtfro, Mr
Singer. ft tka ll.jiif Qtiten'a Ma!iAli l t lfM. 6
( Uttllri, 1 1 Art Mriia, 4-) Vgi HirHl urori-rlfa, fk
twrtxitM, ftilrrfV L( llttftVt iMtlry, H l-U Imv,
i)t Irran, iml.lt day, 4-1 tll tTinnl( loitairrail,
fwiika flmir, A) ik lrly, ink fmlae; KL Wlrwtwi,
1A1. tit Iwtrlf)', y No, Unirm Ffftl t o, Bi pta i,
4n M Kan, yi aha what, iy Lit rmyi j noiif V
MrM. t I it r. I Irr. nkea ilnwaie, 1 c IfA.I IraiM. 1 ttuvr.
4 r.kga kriilra, .Ik Biidlrn, 3 pVg fry win, 1 Hovq.
tiiimTtt Offiilxinm At Lo, 10 i tiptara, 16 (.ka dry
gofnlt, 8 ca hata, t
ra tNit nrxl lit if, t i.kira to aun.r r
iltrtwa; t Ai.iAin Jenka, ka mlil.ting yi k
iwit yrt tka on rnnc rnMi, y ma ifrari, 711 r-i nay, f ra
iwirirtl dry K'nil( toya nnJ noll'Kia
Pi Sn Pr,ificirvrf'r II W Almy, lliry-Sugar,
'' 1M '! Si4" tlrt, Cutrr m IM, I afWMitl
ntMliiti. Pr.rrian valiie, $15, JloniMtic vatiie, $,
I of llfxijlon(; jr I.tvinitionrt tir tt Sl tica
aiitfftr (t J4 Ilia), ft V if fungii:, 4 t j.rfilini( 54 &
oJro'r llnmraiic v(Uif, $101.
I.VNnt ItitliUclty, Drtemlif'r 7, from conReMimi of
mr ntvr, 1 ihiiimi iyiii.11, a imiit in 1 lyiimimi, 1 iik
liml, agnl 11 yeara,
pARNawnnrn At Kalmlul, Maul, Decrmlier n, hy
itrnwnhnr. Moruce, onlv mmi of Air I. I anitwottli.
(Mrf einmeer nl t earner K(lauealloii( aeil 4 year
ninl t) month.
C'nN -At llilo, lUwr.iii, Drcemlr 1, Kev. 'littta
Loan, Aeil St ji-nra ami 10 month,
ll U with atnerre regret llt.it we pullUli the ile,ith of
Kev liititCnanof Kilo, onaof lint (idmrrr mltit
Aiie nf ihene UUuilt, lleAtel awjy At the rlo oll
Ate of Si ye.r, hatlntf lieen laint nt KUliiigwoitli,
(Nmneiticut, 011 the il of Pehruary, 1B01. At I lie ui
f id he ljjn lo leach Vliool, whltli he coutlniifil for
ftome ea.i. In i8ji he enlernl Auhurn 'HieoloutcAl
Semhtary, nml lcAme a litenierf minister of the Roajiel
In 1I31 Shortly after he Martril with frieml fur Pain
gmita on n mtlon of ei.nration ntnl tjienc acveral
month filming ttV Indian of that wlhl country. He
returned home (n March, tSjf f nml on the 31) of No
vemlier follimlnjr, wa married tu Mi PlilelU Churcli.
On the jth of Decemlter, tame year, he net out with hi
hrttle on a mmiun to n more iliMant laml, vlij the Ha
w-jilan Ularul. 'I hey reached Honolulu on the 6th of
June In the urretlit)) year, and 1 month later left for
llilo, on the li land of Hawaii, where they ever ntier
lived, and where Nh now he in the long aleep of
death. Mr. Coan made two vWita tu the Marueaa
Ul.uitt to iniect the miction there, and In 1870 re via
Iteil ht old home In America. Willi these exception
he ha liied on the lahtnd lnce firt landing nt lUUt.
Hi wife died Sfptemlter 79, 1S7, after hi return from
the State. He wan again married OctoWr 13, 1873, to
Miati I. linj;ham of Honolulu, who urive him. He
waa for many yeara a cant r Um tor to several of the
leading American acientitic and other magajine, and
wa the Author of two books "Adventure n Pata
KonU" nnd " I ifc In Hawaii. In Augutt laM he waa
ilrkken with pand)), and hi tleath, though not tin
exicctedtha filled the heart of hi friend withaorrow.
SATURDAY, DECEMUEH 16, 188a.
All matter for tlia Saturday Press should be
addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
THE HOARD OF HEALTH AXO
It is nil unplcavint duty uliicli com pel i the
conspicuous continii.mco of this ilisai;rtc.ihlc
sul.jcct. Unpleasant in many Mp ami for
many reasons, but it is ne crtliolcf s a July,
which, owing to present unfortunate conditions
anil a proper regard for the well-being of 11a-
uaii, conscientious journalism cannot ucll
There can bo nothing inviting alniut depict
ing the raagcs of this incurable dNcasc, or in
criticising the inefficiency of officials to whose
negligence and incompetence is largilyduc the
alarming grouth of this national calamity.
And the writer who engages in such an occu
prvtion with any Ins worthy motive than an
honest dobx to promote the public welfare
and to aid In working official reformation, can
lay no claim to public confidence or favor. lie
would lie justly chargeable with "sensational"
and pernicious journalism who would wantonly
expose the sad afflictions of families or individ
uals or recklessly give undue publicity to na
tional evils, merely to gain (piestioinble noto
riety. Ami he who attacks public men in
their official capacity as servants of the cople
without just cause and sufficient evidence of
incapacity, or in the interests of "oliiical
schemers," doers, cs Ihe severest condemna
tion, but not more than the journalist who
labors to conceal and wijh official venality,
ami who has not the courage to attack and ex
pose notoiious public abuses, lloth arc ene
mies to the public good.
In treating this subject which is now exciting
such deep interest and alarm throughout I la
waii, we are not prompted by "sensational'
ism," "sore-headism " or any ism other than
llic welfare of the ieople. We are not "spite'
ful" nor "disappointed," neither are we seek'
ing official favor nor place. We certainly do
not envy those incompetent officials who have
apparently gained such influence with the mis
taken ruler of a plague-cursed eople, and who
arc mi .thoroughly obnoxious to all intelligent
and right-minded citirens. Hut we engage in
this work with honesty ofpurHk.e In aid the
right and etKsc the wrong, and an earnest
determination to continue our effort until the
tmiplc are thoroughly aroused to a realising
sense of the dangers which surround them of
the deadly poison to physical and political
well-being which is luinlng the reputation and
menacing the life of the nation, with the hope
that the indignation of an outraged public will
work the reformation so sadly needed. No
language is powerful enough to paint a true
picture or the ravages of this dreadful disease
in Hawaii. A too vivid presentation is not
possible) Who will attempt to measure Ihe
inisciy this plague has brought upon the Ha
waiian people? What Imagination li powerful
enough to depjet the honor and suffering
caused by its flighting louch ? What rnoic
fcaiful fate can be conceived than lliat of
healthy manhood destroyed by this Incurable
And daily when we sec the unfortunate vic
tims around ui and iiuw that on every side
this honiblc xison lurks, do we rcalixc how
soon such a fate may be our 01;, unless tome
speedy and radical change is effected ? Do the
fond mothers of healthy, biight-evcd, laughing
children lealiie when their darlings leave for
school In the morning that they may return In
the evening iunoculatcd with the germs of
disease that can only mult In )cars of misery
and a miserable death? Do the parents of boyt
just verging into manhood, realize, lo what,
)oungmcn who ate not ciccptivnally careful
of themselves arc ciposed hi this community ?
Doc the King in his lubcc realue how won
ilrilh in tlni horrible form will have taken Ihe
mnjoriiy of his H-.pli-, or how noon hi may
.well llir nnmbrr of victim unless soinithlni;
li Ht.hly il'iix to itny the rt;rr4 of Hip
ptngnrr1 !) any nf us imllo tu wlisl we are
dully rHnl In wit pucr nf ImslnnM, on tlie
strifl., In ptiblle ratrlagM?- everywlifie we
go wr ate mirnmnilnl by diiigrr. Nil I Wi
do nut imlle if I Nrlllirr do we pmp:ily
mmtiirc thr lncttlly nntl ilonble-drallng of
Ihosp nfTicliU who have III' lUwlhn liwllli
eiie(liiii In rlmgr, nor the ImllfTeirnce nf Mm
wlwnc llmr w-rvfis llwy nre f If we did, we
would I lrt tlnn men lo submit lanirly In
Midi Insufferable mlivrrsloii of national Infer
mis and Midi utter ilisrrgard for public safety.
'I'lifir nrc four iioxlllon rclalfni; to le
prosy iioti whldi neatly all physicians ngrrr,
vl i 'Hint if Is hcirdltnryt lint It Is Incurable)
tliivt it l.rontaglofls ami thnl cnni.lrlr Isnli
Hon Is the only way In stay It piogrum where
ever it i;nlii a fnntliolil. With these four plain
and admittedly true proHnlllons before an In
lelligcn! ieoplc, what excuse Is there for the
present Ininrntablc condition nf Hawaii? Can
there ! plainer evidence of govrrnmcrit.il in
ninclly ami administrative Inability? Ami arc
nut the pmple jullfinlliiexprelngthclrlndlg
nillon and making ilrtetinlned protest ngiintl
hiithcr cilinln.il Inaction on the part of resiion
sll.lc officials ? Althinigh this leprosy evil has
been growing for venr nnd previous hralth.ftd
ministration have not met the subject as they
should, (though probably llicy would have
done better If hindrance hail not been offtrcd
by authority higher than they,) yet we are
dealing with fminl condition and present re
sKiiislbllltln We have now In Kmcr n
Hoard of llrnllh, the president of which rude
llilo olfice iijmiii this particular health holiby.
lie Is n man thoroughly nipiilutcd ullhtlie
magnitudc nml imHirlance of I lie subject, n
person of admitted mental Kiwcr, and llieic
fore fully alive to the exigences of the situa
tion, lie ptepiml n V of sanitary In
structions for Ihe native people and by pre-
ti tiding great love for lliem he so successfully
plavrd uhiii their creilulily lliat they were de
luded into giving him their iolilical support
ami lifting him lo the kwIoii he had so long
coveted. Hcatlaineil Ihe place he hail slilvctl
for for )car by successfully manipulating tills
subject when every other device of his scheming
Many foreign resilient were deceived by his
false pretences, for his ability was recog
nized and even his enemies admit that if with
his other attributes he xnvcscd uprightness
nml honesty of purMru: he would be well rpiali
ficd for hi Hisitlnii but witness the sad spec
tacle with which an unfortunate nnd victimized
people are confronted. 'I lie present Inefficient
lioard ha been in power seven months, and
during that shnit period, the national curse has
attained such proportions that prominent phy
sicians tell us no one in the community is ab
solutely safe, hundreds of confirmed lepers
mingle unrestrained nmong the uncontamina
ted i the national disgrace has been proclaimed
nl.road, nnd there is no sign that relief will be
olferml by those who have It in their liowcr.
What have the lioard done? they have prosti
tuted the interests of the nation to Ihcir politi
cal aggrandizement. They have appointed a
physician nt an extravagant salary, and have
squandered thousands of dollars worth of in
effectual medicines. They have scxtuplcd the
salary of their secretary. They have made
promises innumerable which stand to their
lel.it unfulfilled. They have under the lash of
public indignation, scut tutnly-niiic lejiers into
isolation. They have either turned hxiseupon
the community to increase the contagion and
danger, liv c lcjicri, or released from confine
ment five persons who zmrr haJ leprosy,
which? They hive succeeded by their dupli
city ami inaction in arousing the people to such
a pitch of indignation that longer submission
to their notorious abuse of public trust is out
of the question, and in this latter respect they
have done will.
There is but one way lo treat the subject of
leprosy, it must be isolated, and thoroughly.
Hospital throughout the country for treat
ment of this disease, and "branch hospitals"
in Honolulu are useless in staying it progress,
especially if they are to lie conducted as is the
one at Kishcrman's 1'oint, where advanced
cases kiss and exchange pipes through the
fence with their friends on the outside, and
where but one paid guard is jtowcrlcs to pre
vent patients from going and coming at will.
There is no isolation about that, even if the
"iiowers that lie" were not in the habit of
granting permits for promlscous communica
tion. No I a radical change in the .adminis
ttalivc policy must sieedily Ik: effected, or the
life of the nation will be gone; there is no
middle course feasible. The present health
administration went into power under the most
favorable auspices for accomplishing health re
forms. They had lilieral appropriation given
them and they have earned nothing but the
distrust of the eoplc.
A glorious opportunity is now alTordcd them
to redeem themselves and deserve the confi
dence of the public. A dunce is now present
ed to the I'reinicr-prcsidcut to don the raiment
of upright honest manhood and earn the re
spect and gratitude of .the K-op1c. The King
can now- prov c his loyalty to the w'clfare and
perpetuity of his race. A thorough system of
isolation must he adopted, even ifit becomes ne
cessary to segregate and send into exile one
third of the native people, and it must not lie
delayed. Any other course will lie false phil-
authrophy. Self-preservation urges it, public
safety demands it. Iu every hamlet and dis.
Irict of the kingdom, rigid search should be
commenced, and all confirmed cases should
gently but firmly lie segregated. A royal pro
clamation would properly preface and greatly
aid the success of this new departure. The
healthy natives should be made tu understand
that their life and happiness depend uiion the
successful execution of this plan, and Ihe
afllicted ones should lie assured of gentle and
humane treatment. It docs not follow- that
the afllicted must lie sent to Kalawao, there to
unhappily await death. If necessary, a whole
blind should lie set apar,t for these people.
1'crhap in ihe fullness of his love the Premier
president will donate banal. And as a certain
physician suggestcsl the other day, it would lie
well to appoint a government farmer to Instruct
in agriculture and assist the sufferers in being
self-supporting, Trtey might. have schools and
churches, and aside from the miseries of their
dreadful allliction, lwcomc a comparatively
happy colony, and their favorite phvsidan
could be resident among them. There would
Iw no difficulty In procuring liberal appropria
tions for such a purjiose, and for resolutely
seeking to reduce and confine a dreadful
plague the gov ernment would icccivc unquali
fied credit at home and abroad. Two profo.
sitions of serious moment confront the Ha
waiian government, vizt That longer delay In
properly treating this subject must result fa
tally to national life, and that further disregard
of public safety on Ihe part of responsible
officials will not l submitted to ly the
As we said In prefacing this article, tt is ex.
lieinely unpleasant to be forced Into conspicu
ous notice of this national curse, and to bring
Into prominence many disgusting features
which maybe oucnsiic to public taste, but
"desperate disease require dcspeule reme
dies" and less pronounced views have beeu
frequently proven Ineffectual. All, right think
ing people will place the rapotuutulily whre
It belongs however. With icfcrcacc to foreign
nrlghliors, it l not now n qufition of how
many ienple will I prevented from visiting
in by a knowledge of our condition, so much
at it Is, how many will lie Induced Id come by
Ihe knowledge- lliat Ihry Inrur no rlsfc, and
that we have resolutely pUcrd under nintrol a
TII'O roi.l) INCOMrEI'KNCK.
The festive Minister of I'lnnice, In iotniny
with Ihe "(loud Premier," has made a tour
nf Oalm In atcrilfiln hr needs of tin icsiple.
They had a very enjoyable lime, luring every
where "enthusiastically received." The firs!
act of the financier after Ids return to Honolu
In was In apMilnl Mr, I', II. Hayseldrn a
cominlssloner In represent hit ilepulinent nl
lIHo, to adjust nt fit at Hittlble Ihe .llfficulty
with Ihe I.n payers In lliat district. If nrcct
nary fur any one to go, why not the Minister
himself? If liecnn nlwnt hlinsdf from hi
office long enough lo lake a pleasure lotir around
this Island, why not extend hit -rcgiliiallont
to Hawaii, Kirllctilaily if the public service rc
quite his pretence there. Hut (fit were abto
lutely Impossible for hint to leave hit millions
officii! diilles, what excuse can he have for
sending m Incompetent a person tn represent
him one who hat no knowledge of values
and It a stranger In Ihe district. Furthermore
he can do nothing wlien he arrives there, nt
Ihe District Justice is clubman of the Iloanl
nf Appi-als In all tilth casct, it Ihe one lo lie
referred to. Mr. Ilaysdden can only act as
adviser lo the Justice, and that official could
doubtless manage the affair more satisfactory
without his Interference. If necessary lo np.
nilnt n tpedal commissioner, why not. select
some well-known citizen nf llilo, among whom
there are many competent persons Judge
I.yin.in for instance, who It thoroughly ac
quainted with every Krllon of the district
and is fully c.inlilc of attending In the matter,
We would like lo ask whose Interests were
studied in making this npioiiiliiicut? Cer
tainly not Ihe asnycrs of llilo. We would
like lo ask, furthermore, if such a notoriously
Inefficient icrson would have been selected had
he not been the son-in-law of the "good
Premier?" If his duties at Secretary of the
Hoard of Health nrc so onerous that it was
necessary to Increase Ids salary six fold, how
does he find time lo study up and solve these
knotty financial problems, of which he is to
tally Ignorant ? Till It one more of the many
act of Mr. Ka.il that stand as witnesses to tes
tify to hit official Incapacity. The record of
the finance offce, since lie became its head,
has lx.cn n succession of mistakes, made
through his negligence, carelessness and In
competence. If he had one iota of that aloha
for Ihe welfare of his country which he pro
feviet to entertain, he would acknowledge his
incapacity, and quietly step down nnd out
fiom a ministerial chair which he has only oc
cupied lo disgrace.
" THE MINISTERIAL TOUR."
We feel ticrfcctlysure lliat the personal inter.
course which would be promoted by the visits
of Ministers to the various centers of imputa
tion throughout the islands will lead lo a true
appreciation by the public of the nun to whom
Ills Majesty hat confided the scats of office,
and to a general recognition of the fact that
tlicy arc animated liy nut one ilcsire to pro
mote, their country's good. '. C, AJvtrtiur.
The noble sentiment so gracefully expressed
in the aliovc quotation is a (mrtion of the pre
face lo the new "Iliad" of the Premier,
lately published by installments in the columns
of the Daily 'Tint. The triumphant tour of
the ministry being, a the Premier justly re
marks, "a new departure in this kingdom,"
it naturally calls for a song from his gifted cn,
a prize poem, replete with the "roses and
raptures" which abound in the literary produc
tions of this vcrutilc diplomat.
The ministerial tour, as recorded by the
Prime Minister, is not without interest, but, be
ing a purely personal narrative, it is natural to
suppose that the modesty which has character
ized the Premier since the year one, has caused
him to touch lightly upon some of the charac
teristic features: they shall not, however, lie
lost to the world, for our special correspondents
in the various provinces honored by the min
i&try have sent us full particulars of this most
important departure, and wc hasten to give
them to the cxiectant and impatient public,
It was a cold day when the Premier, the
Minister of Finance and their several satellites
left the capital; they were literally "froze out"
by the indifference of His Majesty an in
difference made particularly prominent by the
long and otherwise unaccountable absence of
the royal standard from the ialace towers.
In consequence of the chill, the ministry
thought it advisable to seek the needed warmth
in the enthusiasm of our provincial patriots.
"The party went by way of the Pali de
clivity" (wc quote the Premier's prize poem),
declivity which the present ministry
generously attributes to the sinful neg-
igcncc of its decapitated predecessors,
a declivity towards tlie improvement ol
which moneys have been appropriates! in times
past, but the former ministry, you know, was
not like unto the present ministry, as Is sufii
cicntly evidenced during this triumphal tour,
in more ways than one; a declivity, In short,
which the Premier hopes to see improved, if
not obliterates!, for money has again been ap
propriatcil and lliat money " is in the hands of
the present ministry." What more could be
asked by the most exacting subject In the King
dom? The brilliant progros of Ihe ministerial
patty was resumed the moment It had safely
descended the declivity of the late ministry. It
was Monday afternoon when they reached
Kaneohe. The Premier graciously acknowl
edged Out Kaneohe presented a scene of much
natural beauty ami at the same time illustrated
well organized industry am! lilieral enterprise,
etc. Il was Monday night when they slept at
Kaneohe amidst illustrations of well organized
Industry and lilieral enterprise, etc. There
was no public demonstration on that occasion
owing to the gross negligence of the former
ministry and the exasierating declivity above
On Tuesday the ministerial party rode over
to Waimanalo, a distance of eight miles. The
"enterprising manager and joint proprietor of
this admirably situated and well organized es
tate," at the request of the ministerial jsarty,
summoned his people, " and there assembled
about ninety Chinamen, thirty I law aiians and
a few foreigners. Then the Premier addresses!
the HawaUans In Hawaiian and the Chinese
through an interpreter. lie told them how
the ministerial party hail left the arduous duties
of their several offices and the comforts of their
several homes how they had braved the de
clivity sacred lo Ihe unblushing policy of the
late ministry and had come all the way from
Kaneohe through eight miles illustrative of
well organized Industry and liberal enterprise,
to say nothing of scenes of much natural beau
ty, and, he added that the King was their
Father! a statement which we are supposed to
' "How," said the Premier, "shall a work
man labor without proper tools? Will you cs
pect a carpenter to build and construct without
any implements in his hands?" and the Chi
nese with one accord shook Ihcir heads In Ihe
negative. Then he added: "We have now
got tools (taxes) In our hands, but before we
begin to work we want to go round to look at
the condition el the laud and Ihe requirements
of the people.'' The " Premier in fulttllmcat of
hi duties as Prcststcat of the Board of Health,
(Inked to stsy that he w sit appoint skilled phy
sidaM lo Use ievsttat ptwts is the previa.
llien Ihe Minister of I inanri-, In "nm wmte-I
hippy way ' In a way that hat won for htm
the mpiilar aprllalion of the 'Ministerial
Song ami Dance Man." addrewd the tiom
lace. It Is not linproll.le llnl Ihe Minister
nf Finance attonithed Ihe nstlvr with hit
agility, for hit ability lo dn so wat fully esem
pllfiol liefore- Ihe Honolulu lilic on a certain
very tnrninfnt oeratloii,
On the nfleriKHin nf thr same day Ihe minis
teil.il piily returnrd In Kaiirolie, n distance of
Hglii inllesl A large gillierlng assembled at
the I'ouit House al an aptiolnfeil liosir, of about
a dozen (miplr, half of wlioni vrtre the school
rlilldren who hid been notified to meet Ihe
laity, lull after waiting In vain for the arrival
of Ihe I'ltmlir and hit train, the crowd dis
persed. Whether III suiirrlor atti.vtlon nf
Ihe admirably situated nnd well organized es
tate prevented Ihe Inlnlslcilal (wrty from keep
Ing Its engagement with Ihe citizens nf Knnr
nlic, nr whether It was the railway riileltirough
Ihe loilllm' cane fields, or nostiblv ihe "wont
ed happy way" nf the Minister nl I'lnance, we
are not informed and we don't like lo ennc
lure, but a meeting was called for the following
morrilru' when Ihe Kanenhean listened with
rapture to Ihe pastoral and propheti). utterance
ol tlie once niiepnern rtaint.
(tt It CntlnKf.t,)
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Mr. Varndley played an cscellrnl siolln nc-
comKinlmcnl to Mr. Merger's piano eseitlie'at
the theater nl the wrforinaiice last Tuesday
Ministerial tours to cxanilnrlhr needs of the
country It good, but It were lielter for Ihe Min
ister of the Interior lo do so than thai Ihe
Premier should make llilt preterite nf u eking
mpularity among Chinese field hands and scat-
A gentleman remarked, quite pertinently,
the nthrr day that Ihe large salary of Ihe Sec
retary nf the Hoard nf Health wnt, In fad, n
government sulrsldy towards the support of Ihe
'. C. A., at the wor kof the secretary It worlli
only $jt) a year, whiletliat of Ihe manager nf
(he '. C, A, it $1,5,00 a year.
"There svill be, no doubt, .1 certain amount
of voluntary concurrence in this lmiitant
national affair the coronation on the rart of
loyal citizens," whereby is meant, doubtless,
lliat llic profit on "glove" (nqioitalions can
be contributed lo help"iny the exM.-nse. The
pit lint public lielievc In letting those pay llic
fiddler who wish to dance.
"I was then a traveler, without definite
IMirixne, in these islands." Ho said Prcmis-r
Gibson last week, to natives at Waialua, In
reference In hit visit In that place In 1861.
Shortly after that time he convened the native
Mormons at Wailuku and exhibited to them
written credentials from Hrigham Young, di
recting htm to proceed lo the Sandwich Is
lands anil take the direction of Mormon affairs
here. Now Mr. Gibson says he came here
without any definite purpose, although he had
Hrigham Young's written orders in his pocket.
Is he romancing now, or were these credentials
forgetl? Wc state the dilemma, but look for
no answer from him, Mr, Gilrton never
answers impertinent remarks. lie only drop
a word almut "sore-heads," "slinging mud,"
etc The less the Premier has to say about his
earlier history here the better. Hut he is
ashamed of nothing.
'DOCHILE CRIMES AND ONE-SIDED
Kiiitor Press : Turning over the leaves
of the late Dr. Holland's intensely interesting
and practical liook, "Topics of the Times,"
made up from articles written by him for the
editorial department of Scribntr'i Monthly, I
find an article with the aliovc heading, which
takes substantially the same ground as that
which Mr. Cruzan took in a temperance ad
dress last summer, and for which he has lieen
severely criticised. I write, not lo defend Mr.
Cruzan, for he is able lo defend himself, but to
present publicly and fully this mint, that it
might have whatever weight the reason and
sense there is in it may give it.
Dr. Holland says :
"There are two classes of crimes. The
first needs but one actor. When a sneak-thief
enters a hall and steals and carries off an over
coat, he is guilty of a crime which does not
necessarily need a confederate of any sort.
The crime is complete in itself and the single
pcriietrator alone is rcsnsiblc. The second
class of crimes can only be committed by the
consent, or active aid, of a confederate. When
a man sells liquor contrary to law, it involves
the consent and active co-operation of the
party to whom he makes the sale. He could
not possibly break the law without aid. Tlie
same fact exists in regard to a large number of
crimes. They arc two-sided crimes, and ne
cessarily involve two sets of criminals. The
man who sells intoxicating liquors contrary to
law could never sella glass, and would never
buy one to sell, but for the bribe out-held in
the palm of the customers; yet Ihe law lays
its hand only upon the seller."
Dr. Holland then applies this reasoning to
usury, to prohibition, and to liquor selling, and
shows that the reason why it is so difficult tn
enforce the laws enacted in regard tn these
"double-crimes," is simply liecausc they are
"one-sided, unfair, and unjust." I quote again
from Mr. Holland :
"Wchavesomc respect for Justice when she
12 represented blindfolded, but when she has
one cje open and that one winking she is a
inonsier. trie man smi uiicrs a uiiiie 10 an
other for any purpose which involves the in-
traction 01 a law 01 tnc Mate or xsation is, ami
must Iw an equal partner in Ihe guilt ; and any
law which leaves him nut of the transaction is
utterly unjust on Ihe face of it, Ifit it wrong
to sell liquor, it is wrong to buy it, and utvng
lo till, Nmutt, an J only Kcaust, it is wronf lo
buy. Law can never be rcspectesl that is not
just. No law- can enforces! that lavs its
hand uiwn only one of the jurties to a double
The law of Hawaii against opium selling, as
construes! by Chief Justice Judd, clearly ic
cognizes the complicity and joint criminality
of the buyer as well as the seller, for In a recent
charge to a jury he nekl that "the mere
osscssion of opium, no matter how small the
quantity, was a violation of the law, I sup.
pose that it would not be held for a moment
that lxxause the hurtful thing used was opium
instead of liquor, and that the ierson on trbl
was a Chinaman and not an Anglo-Saxon,
that the principle of law-, or of right, involved
Is thereby eflcctcsl oraltcrcri.
The icady objection will be made s That
opium selling ami using is contrary to law,
while liquor selling and using Is not. Hut the
answer Is just at ready 1 Suppose the law pro
hibiting opium was repealed, would that
change the moral character of the act of opium
selling or opium using? Hawaii licenses cer
tain prostitutes In Honolulu does that change
the moral character of the act of fornication ?
Tlie very fad that the business of liquor selling
is singled out from every legitimate business,
and restricted, and hemmed round with penal
ties, ami the enormous sum of $1000 per scar
exacted for the privilege of carrying It on,
brands it as an Illegitimate business, and as an
evil. Indeed those who favor license law-s al
ways admit the force of Dr. Holland's argu
ment, when theyuyt "Liquor selling is a
great evil, but, as long as human nature is
what it is, it cannot be totally prohibited."
Here the "great evil" is admitted. Morally
then, though not legally, the traffic is wrong.
Morally the buyer, as well as Ihe jcller, it a
partner in the wrung. To punish Ihe one and
not (he other is unjust.
Temperance workers and orators are largely
responsible (at the nusapprehenslon so prcva.
Utvt on lW point. No language, no invesnlve
i loo strong ot coarse lo he trailed at liquor
sellers In Ihe "stock phrases" of Ihe lem
rcrance platform Ihe liquor seller Is "arnstat
sin," a "Ihlrf," a "mblwr," a "rnuidercr."
Hut what of hit pinner In Ihe "accursed trtf
fie" the liquor buyer? without whose aid
and complicity It would lie lmioslble for the
liflle lo eslst ? O he Is an "Innocent victim 1"
he It "a good fellow 1" he It like Ihe Innncnil
min who went down from Jerusalem lo Jeri
cho, he Its simply, through no fault nf hit own,
"fallen among thieves" I And so lie must lie
coddled, and -rd, and reformed, and ethllt
llnl, and linnled, while all Ihe punishment
must fall iik hit partner, the liquor teller I
Who doc not see the Injustice and alminllly
of sudi rubbish?
ClillOK I'ukmi In answer lo a teller fn
your last Issue signed "A Tetnerance Work
tr," I would like lo give a few wonlt on a
small etperierire In Hnglaml. In the old
counlry, they have what they call Coffee Pal
ates, wherdri male and female accornrnodatlont
are Al, The public room It arranged wlllu
railing half-way. The ladles' ilqKittrncnt
llnor It raised twelve Inches shove the generil
loom, vi thai families wishing to be more lo
themselves without mixing with Ihe general
public, may do to, In the gent' department
Is a raised pisiform with a fine piano, and a
grntleman who is generally a first-class pianist
engigcd, Ihe vocal ami Instrumental music
furnished gratis by Ihe residents or visitors.
1 he upM-r pari nf Ihe Irullding Is fitted up for
sleeping rooms. It it generally owned by a
Stock company, share in a large community
not being over $$, giving all a chance to be
tharcholilert, A manager is generally selected
In attend to Ihe Interior, During my resi
dence In I-'ngland, I was an Interested mem
ber of one of those valuable Institutions. In
refreshments, a good cup nf coffee, tea, or
cocoa can be had for 5 cents, Including a piece
of cake nr bread and butler, sandwiches, etc.,
5 cents ; Kola wafer, lemonade, ginger beer, a
glatt of milk, 5 cents, ami other thing! In pro
Hirtion. Those wishing a game of billiard,,
ilorninot, etc., (no cards, dice or gambling)
can have a sejiaratc arartmcnt, so a not to
Interfere with other. Tlie sleeping rooms,
fitted up neatly, would be a source of rescnue
and could lc occupied by respectable partiet
(males only). I do not wish lo take up your
space any longer, but feel certain this enter
prise would be a boon to all and lucrative for
Honolulu, Dec. iz, 1882.
YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
If Vim II it tit H 11 nml ll'illrli,
If You Want Clock or Watch Ivcairing Done
.No. !i Kixn Stearr
NFW HOOK I
A IluA for the I'ailor TalA
A IVnlc ut Intern! lo all Kndrrs.
rrniiwntly a Hook of the 'Jim..
77,r HtitrtilhiH Xeirrfiiire Year llttttk, '.
Devoted to the Advocacy of Total AUtinence
and Social Kcforin.
Kdited and compiled bv 1). M. CeowLrv. U(e of the
QuttnilanJ I'rtli, and lecturer lo the Crarul bodge,
I. O. (5. T Svdnty.
1 "he above named puLlicalion u now in the printer,
hands and will tr ready for sale by January 1, 1B81,
limine, firms and others within? space for advertise
ment would do well to send in their orders to the Sat
t'RUAV Pnr-s office early. nnn
NOTICr. I hereby give notice lhat I have Ihi
day appointed ifr. K. W. MKYF.K a. my gen
eral agent, vice Hon. II. A. V1demann ieizned.
Honolulu, November tS, l8!l. lao-.t
T AST, HUT NOT LEAST 1
WouM tile to announce, in a niil4 nunoer, that at
CUSIXKItaf FOItTand HOTEL STHKKTS,
WILL bK rOtND THE NW
SUITAIiLK FOR I'RESF.NTS.
Indies wouU do well lo call and examine our
Fancy Dress Materials,
r earners ami Artincui flowers,
Goods in Great Variety,
Hrn'm, ifoj.' unit Yuulhm Clothhty.
IF YOU WANT
L CHEAP OUTFIT OF CLOTHES,
Sutneshing Neat in
Hrnta, Bcatrfa, Mtsektltvts, Etc
Call and Impec! fvf Yosirselve.
Cos. Fokt and llmsuSTsasTt
"pHE CERMANIA MARKET.
110x011111, II. I.
HKEF, VEAL, MUTTO.V, I.AMU,
Vault ry ami Halt
Consramly on hand, and of choicest quality. Poll
Sausage, Bulugnas, etc.. slway, on hand. Ocr meats
si all cut ana pot up la c-atlern U)lc. AH order
faithfully alUnded to, and delivered in any ln of the
city, Shop on Hotel Sneet, Letv,en Unun and tort
Micets. ai S. rl.SU rr, ITuiexSce.
OANTA CLAUS HHADQUARTERS.
.v. iixi rtmr htukut,
Wi In Ow Evtry EHie
DURING THE NEXT TWO WEEKS,
THE ACCOM MOBATIOH
ITfce CVimmoT JfHkw Stltrilant (m itasi Tlw
No. n Else Stssst,
Jf.l L K st4 MAMKKMM MAKKM,
Mctkaa SaddU-eaasiog Wading sum.
AU kinds of REPAIRING DONE TO ORDER.
Plicet riteedingly esadertlc. li
P s. PRATT a ca,
. Mceletseer CwmmUtm Mtrthamt;
nnu STkctrr (rStsm IVx.), MmoU-
Special aueoiiua tsra la she tele U Reel and P.
gStf Adirsace tatile or, Ctfiissje as. re !. IS
r. a. eauTT. u h tavev.
CNGLISH PeCKLaB. AStsOHTKU, QUARTS.
Ct rsaebyaaeaCe. lis
IIACKPRLD A Co,
orrr.K ion bam:
i.vrofciiS or new coons,
lM tflfJ i K'U uAltUt,
Om4ulr t In put iJ st MLt I
h LARGE ASSOBIIHENI OF DRY GOODS,
tl.ntmt, llrown tml Wlilte Cotton,, tlilllt, TleV-
Inc., Tnrfc.r Hl, M.rlno. bltelr and
(otor.'l, 4 'I'Ulltl'., Hpji AlpM,
Cooo-ir!, Italian Cloth an.l
lllacli, riros-iraln, I'ancr, Colored ami Striped,
Harrr, C(.p, Ac.,
Mnt'n I'lintMihifi flootl,
Shirts, Vool.n, Mli.d, C.llen, llkt-ory, tl.nlm,
tc M.rlno and Cotton Uud'rihlrts. White
llosom fihliti.Koras N. .StKkln., Olor.sJ
IlinilWrclil'l), Poulards, Ur In
voke of CLOTIIIIUi contlttinc
bl Pine lltack Cloth Coat, an.l
Pants, Huckakin Haeka,
Pants and Suit., I'. II,
lloa Shlrlt. and
ChUdrtn's Jackttt, I.
It.CoatarV Lerglnic,, Mon
1 ..... cit... r.i...,. -.....
FT .(til n.lMI J ..-,, ... y .
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrella
andParatolt, Fancy and Trav.lllnt;
Sin wis, Cotton and Turkish Tow.ft,
Wlilfa.nd I'.ner Oulit. Pelt Muiftaod Hint-
i.l Carpeting, Silk and Vtlvtt Rlbfwni, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two ,lzet,
range. White Woolen and 4 point,,
it for Shlrtl, Coitt, Hinta, fJretiet,
KenuirMi Kan de CJotf, laitina l.
liuli, Toilet Soaps, f1iikom, Hair
Oil, Comb. IxoAlfiKtitasv, Pipe. I.
K. liallt, llawionios., J'LarA l.ks,
(Sold Uaf, Jew.Iiy, Gold Waul,
Tap, Elastic, Sctlft, Albums,
Kalemlon, Arm, Mining roooi and Parlor Chair,,
Settee, sllfrort, etc.,
Miiilillr; Citlf.Ulm, tllrlli; Mlrrui lnthrr,
Hemp tt I. K. Fading, Cwl ISatVets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Cow. Teaty llowts. Chamber,,
hsZM-t an-l Italrer, llmilobn 3 and
Gallon. Sample liotll. Vase and Glassware, Manila
ami Tnrred Rope, Coal ISagt, tSonoie, Twine,
lluibp, WwJpack and Twml Sacking. Linen Hose,
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
cf ail Mies and qualrtit.
Sardines In half -uid
a nuarter boxes.
r Oil in tint. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. II. White Lead,
Stearin Candle,, 4, s. and 6, H. A P. Biscuit,
Hnbbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
Dt Laag-e fibs and Boutelleau o Branajr
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St. Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Ularets, cnampagne, urjr neio
seick Monooole. Ch Faare. C.
H. Muram & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, etc, etc,
Oernmit ami Havana Claar,
listed ware Spoons. Forks, Cruets, Tea
sell. Cups, Napkin Rings, Salver, etc.
Pocket anil Batcher Knives, Scissor. Sheep Shears,
Needle, Sroos, File. Spurs, Galvanized llasin,
lloou Iron, Keg Rivets, Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Coinpotitioo Nads Clanfiert
Babbitt MrtaL Sugar Cooler, Iror.
Fire Clay, Blackimith Coal, Fire Brkki, Tile,
Blackimith Coal, Fire Brkl
impty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Orders from the other Island carefully atrmded to,
11. Ilarkftld Jt Co.
.e-VNE FIRST.CIJISS SET lEFFRi'S
J Tennis for sale at T. G. Thrum' Furs St.
ALL GOODS SHIPPED
HY OUR COASTING VESSELS
JfH.I liar tltr ItriltHaltuM l'lalnl? Markrtt
coNlicsirs must aicriTB axu
CHICK THEIR CXK)l)S WHEN LANOEll,
Otlierwivi no claim will be allowed.
airTHi rule will be uriuly eiuiiccd.
119.41 T. R. FOSTER CO,
The undersigned, having been MHnlrd Adassus
Iratorca llMestal.ot" D. kKKUA, dr4Med, nuikel
hereby gsrea lo all person having ciaias again the
said etat. lo present the same, dtdy authenncate.1,
u the prowr voischer, whether secured orotberwiie,
to the uiHlersigoed within sit month trons lis. date
bereo, or they wall be forever barred.
All SKrsoo owing lb sasd vital are rtqtar-lcd so
make imnvedsat ptinsrot us the nnderMgned.
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
Admiaiarator ut lb. estate of D. Kelvu.
Onsce. Kaahomaoe street, llersitulu.
Dated Dectnsber t. ill. ll-l
The Mlawing named pcrsun ai bersby nolUsed thai
ibeir ALABAMA CLAIMS io,uin tUir inunedoie
rcrul atlendance St ihe crbce td Ihe nniersigned.
All clsbjss whether asmlioiied betow or tsat, satttl go
forward by the strainer Sect on December aid, or they
will be loo late :
Kahana is uL
Kan. h. lua.
How, Ltwla Monuy,
UawAa, psU (P.ter NowUUX
Co. Wtshingia-. Kais.
ALFRED S. IIARTWELU
, k Wc li tVasheisne street.
Haoolalu. DeceeuW 4. it,, iiysl
Ms Vmrptmtrr, Mfmr Jle.er ewel SmmUtrr,
Ke. Ovaax Sr aaer (Uk, Hawlele leeas wwlu)
Sours, Ui Hank. ivjj&imm,fk, Geer
Vfrrs KlwtsjsVfaso unie4l.r.l tasveiites
p-OK BAM WAN l(0
7ne Am"l ltfc
n, a, m (fit it A v
QUICK DIIPATCII rOH TUT AIOVK PORT.
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r a. ws.lisr.r tin C, ,?
DOTIOW AMI) IIO.'IOI.UI.l; I'AL'KKia
-IV. IV ,
WW udfram llfi(nf.lM fr i t nt F.lr-
sry 1st, If mtfy4tA nimrrif vK.r.
Oritrt filUd prrp)lr,rl fnl.U ul.n .1 lU !ve
rsus. Apply OsaitV li, Osv, fl. t; Kflbr
(.!, ltoi, rl
G DKKWr.K t-Ctt.
t4n Mr.,, HftnM.M.
The At lirllMi f4ntmMp
M A Oil AH,
V, 11, ItasM.Jts' Cwssstralir
win. tart. .
lin.VRKONOOH 0KAH0UT DKCKMIIKR itTM
IV freight cr ptssag, eiyfy S
1 11 II. HACK''rl,.CO,At-.Mt.
lr ,f rxr rH-Uriei enaeiaat'
lJI.fi. llimU KAI.UNA.
ri.sO P.dwkh WIA, lull.
fjtf.n no-t If miw fftrut.
Off. tnrtr of
-y.TA?UC fff rAlBlllI' I.0MFAJ.V
The A I 11. Irish ftseaiw-f
"8 U KZ,"
Will lvt ftn VrtnWnln 11wJal lU
9th Day of each Month,
Retaining (turn ItnnoJ.bl on Ihn tmd liayilAeth
month, ffcin ,'r.nclr AgTrft,
J I), sCKs-CKKiJI h f.HOK,
llwWoltf Agent., it; lail1 M.,
pi-ANTKK'S I.INKI'OK HA?. FRANCISCO.
llltl'.H'liU .Is Co., Ayrttt,
MrftZtandiie received Storage r're, ar.l l,tta! uih
ad value rza-le on lipwemi by lhi li
HTJ1A AUCn UK ICLI K-E,
$tc&mt 1 .4 Wlil will Par twAnu ryJi To-lar
at 4 r. U totihiAjC al LaJalraJ XtudM fiar.Maln
KrtBrfM. will iMt1 at all iW ilwe. vt4. MttUinr
I ittjttiitulu wM HuhsUy k m
HALL & SOX,
catt ATrmTKKi to
A SpknIU New Ua tX Rr-sl h lianonT
Silver Plated Ware
Ji'tT Otwnzo amd H- Vow Hlt.
Thi- It the Crktai tUaian cf llx?a-! rcrvli eer tfftr M
In .hit mAiVrt. All A tJ lai and wM la&ift.t fV-
French Paittlain an J Gtatt thtorattJ Vattt,
ITITK JCw ik this Mamit.
non -ro Aitirr, a cuqick urr or
CORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE.
IN CRK.IT VARIETY,
AH vf blch are wM wiutU for CaHmim, WerJ
diaxAtui Hifilvlatarifta. AJJ arr cariWlir Utuei to
call and eiamlw- tfi-ve Uautial jvlt, u( &tt Uif
BbVeaa you arant to.
wk mavk also ran sale tmc iw
Kalakaita Washing Machine,
U I lawrauan UntnlUtt and naattttire; a xA anattle.
A LAO ON HAJt THK IOT AHQTWrJsT Of
im thc MAiis'irr,
TwniTT-Two DirriueMr Stzxs ad KiviHe
Hall a Steel lion, cttin from 5 U m wjrs HaZI'a
M rsaod 16-inch Ifetaierrs Htnch KtiU.-ia,
Suh-.l I'Ujwt, llalTa fumrv I'oa, S-l 1111
i'Uwt, 10, is aAii 14 inctsei. itVioch SJVy
Kvwa. ma.i n"-'r Kr HiwsU
inajAaikana. No. 1 lisKLecMow
era, ttvar hamllea, eaira jiflO
eustl tscaou for all plow
thai wc keep.
ct all Vind.
MECHANICS ZOOIJS SHELF HARDWARE
.UlinJs KAILS and SI'IKI, aU lindsaisd
sire. REED 4 BARTON'S CEL
In (real aaiiety iai in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AMD MAJIOES
of many tiod, and sire.
We sssuske ss etseeUUr tvf
And having over ,u oi HUBBUCICS WHITE
LEAD and tISCtf ditltimt qualdie, briet
a fell iMrfal DRY PAINTS wanted, and
nirssuonlUicf HUBBUOi'S Uu
lW BOILED LINSEED OIL, we
can sell at lb. Lyws-ii ngure.
er t,ius gauon ol
EST LT7BIUCATTJIO OCLS.
bytUlunrLcase cr rail's. MASURVS HOUSE
and COACH COLORS, Ihe best Aaterion
Paint Vnown. W. have now lb.
Leurgeet atemk ttf
lli-a F-au aiki lraJK, tcr iMnwd
PUMPS. BOLTS, PACKING
Hj e IS wA attatt(4 to eaaaamraie uy aaorc &f tk
tlWajaeUtst aasl oat anklata Uot a ktep,, aa at wakl
coaar aaure tJL&a a latJt? ae f W IPJU.
Wc cusilaJLTv Utile out 6tala aasI cuittcaaks-ea tea efl
AiaJ caAJSuUMOtlC tWvlki Muck LT ! L tlMlRMel f 4
AtaJ ittsty anil laa ciayMacej mf sakal aay, t-q?
NEWEST STYLES ARTISTIC TYPE AND
Stiiiomry fr Watias IxxuU, Hteft, rr
gtuamm ljttsJMmnit, C etcf ccanatUXMry Leu.
rvicJ acal tMUaf (eTticra Um m Ltroa-aury
atMoi, at lAt svAc U tbu l1. N'a. fi tfi .n(aTaiaa
Hfvec . in
UPRfiMS COURT OP THE HAWAIIAN
ISLANlwi. la KtoUt. U iW aaaiur U tat
I141S. IUVIU bUkkOVa'S. Lua a llaaaJeU.
ilsveaaet). a CXkemU.a. Ul.jr CT-Wf JtWue Jui-L
Oat iaiiae aa4 Um$ tW e4at m ajad uvmm U X.
1. UMivruui a iaaia,a tAtraave an it BSLMeoa -a, mw
t U o llunuaM, time, .amia e avttta
La La aOmI Iit-aaattii.
93. ajaj stWcaa kiavaalf 4i
$jlt,vad aAa liui Ibai a,tjs m;U aiiaawwl
At spfewed, saw! skat anal uettr, asav U aneda 4
duwibutue U the Mueerts- imih sa sat keaatt so
Ike senuo. tWroa eaiuUJ. end 4sassg ami
is mrelan trsea a rursho re,p.wiljer a. sects.
ll HortUnsL Hsu IsJtSUAY. ihe jek T ttf 'a
iaT. A. D. salt, at lea srclxfc a. St., taeuTe.tke.awl
taaste, M Usaaer. t ike Court h-.ee. at Ms.re.le,
a end Use isee . htnb. aaeuated te li-eeaJ
Zm. d w bWy Isxe, hr. " ? u
uraudad. aeal esu seeseot esulaace ea So visa ere ea
SmTZ Use uaj teeeerle. Aaul SSssl thi. orji-r. Its the
ts4ekAsl He.is. tisvea.. W eul.,..i Us Use
TttuvPesd '. wwiy.eeesiiiiea. I I
tuiUt.le.1 in Meeneehi, Set three let e a tzeeaVe f-
viae w she siese tkwrut aestwaed fm tstttl le. i
laat.4 et HeaKetsle, B.T. Uses tel ef sd S7i ae.b.1,
a. a 1 K raAieCM j'uotx
CsJal itvatssaa. sss Wees Csvvt,
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