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Th ftdvTTlt of two foreign stunners m iindas- la-t
and the Cenmthtwi MorMtay eommen ed ihr wtk with
rush that he kept up thrnnghnut the Mm Gon!t,
Plafly order, for the season have IWn etrmtty
onghl for Ky cnvsifrtees to open op in time for hotMar
pwcfrt toesamtneamJ make sererttom In this re
jjnt ow community have been rerrmtVaMy favored
I Ms year, not only wlh the variety btit qnfthty and
price, of th ffo-wfe proettrerl for their sel-eilotis, the
nwstlon renWnghhT th pnWk hi fttterl have
ftppffrktefl the fact r mm the rnimher of Chrfms
evening MKttnm w are tod lo fmr that ih amHtiion
of h.My trade is not In a healthy ttaie Oowd.
have IWn hronght into the maritet beyond lis needs,
whkh Hi pfte of the low frgnreM whkh much frs
cifTrrM, ha to find a forced tale at atKtlof., and the low
pulces there obtained wmki an ftddhtonnt Injury to the
The Attrflt(t rm heT antea! w reported to b fait
with Antrattri wool and cowqnCTtlT ctmUl UVe but
little or no freight, bt she manage to take a mll
assortment of mgar, rice, betel leaves, etc, lo the value
$17,67! Tlw go off 11 evening with a jfJ
titled rarfo of dsOfnestfe. produce, to be followed by
the ' C Afprrtij ithnp Wednesday, and ihe 7
ttkU probably the latter part of neat week
I Mppng matter we have the promWe of consider
nUe activity (.hortly, ihe City nSyitmtj probably arriv
ing to morrow, nnd th several allmg vessel dne,
likely to pal in aft appearance any day It It reported
that the steamer SMdttfen ha ln chartered to run (n
the Oceanic 8 J,tne In a fortnightly service with the
Suet tilt the new 111, now In procew of romtrnctlon,
re placed on the route
l)ate from Han Francisco by the Suet were to the
gib Instant. We gather nothing of commercial im
tftirtce thereby, the general market during the hot!
day season lieing utuaMy unerentful Nest week,
(UwMtew, we will W enabled to prevent onr monthly
rommercial a well m our unal San Francisco letter.
Ibe ipacfoiM corner More of the I leaver litock hi
fotimt a leee in MeiMr. O. W Mac far lane fc Co., wlto
will moe into the ame in iherotire of a few week.
I"he dlimaMed Oiip AyV ba been dUil of thl
week to Mewri I-wer Cooke on private term, tt
li their fntrfitlon to refit her and place her in the turn
irrlrrtl nt I'ort vf Honolulu.
Kn Moi, M.h Swinlon from laupAhorhoc Dec t6
Wadele, nh , from Malika " 16
UiUma, krli., from liana " 16
rmma, h , from Olowilu . ' 16
Kikelike, Mm , King, from Kilo " 17
hurt, Itrit a a. a., lodd, from Tin I rantlco. " 17
Australia, p m , lulloh, from Sj dne M t7
Kaala, Kb , from Watinte " 17
Kaliinat ch , from klfihtitu " 17
Malolo, ct , from I'aukaa . " tB
(nnvtielo, bgtn , Howard, from San Fran " 18
Mile Morn, ch, from Ijinal . " 19
K lik it at. Am lktnet Cutler, from I'ort (lamMc, " 90
lame Makee, Mm , McDonald, from Kaun " to
Vrince, Mb .from NawiliwiH M 91
rleetinc, Am wh bkt I If jpmgMone, fmS r " ai
Nettle Alernll, ch., Cbntian( from l.almitu "
Marion, acb , from Kukmliaele . "31
WaimanalOjMm , from Waiminalo ' ai
KekaiiluuM, acb , from UanateL . ai
Cailiarlan, Am bk , llubttard, from San I " aj
, for Hanalei
I ihohbo. Kb . fur Kona
Manuukawal, ch .'for Nawiliwili
Vaimarulo, Mm , Neilun, for Waimanilo
AiKtralia, P M S S lulloh, Tor San rranctco
Kiliuea lion, atm., Sean, fur hahului
Ibua, Mm , liorenrn, for Molokai nnd liana.
C K. Pibopt Mm , Cameron, for Kauai
Iwalani,Mm , IUte, for MaaUci, Kona ft Kau
Wailele, ich , f.M- Maliko.
V hukal, wh,. for Waulua
kjtata, ach., hr Walanne
imn), ach , for Nawiliwili
filama, Mhr, for Hanalei
North Star, Am bgtrie, Morelioue, for S Y
U It eliltr, Mm , King, for I lit x.
Malolo, M.b , lor Hakatau
J a, Mnkee, Mm.. McDonald, for Kiuil
leetwlng, Am wli bk, HeppmgUone, for cruise
Suer, ObS Dodd, for San rranciM.o .
Nellie Merrill, nth , Chrwlnn, f lahauu
Marion, ach , lor Kukuiliaele
IiFrARTt'RU MOM KAMI til
FerrUlhomnvm, for Departure P.aj
PomajT, for San 1 ranciaj , ,
I laant, Am bctne, for Port lllakely
!. tinir lit I'nrt,
NlNITO Ilaw lijtne
CLAltft St-RfiCkKUV Cou.m (Wtch
Horn . . Am. k)iii
Jhnnik W'AlkliK, UndcrouiI, . 1U vh
llstfVFHV, IVmmw . . ., Am blune
I l Si-KhCkHi, I ru,. . Am lirgnmo
I C MimiMV, Jci.l. . .Am M.
Cunsuku, lluuanl Am bi;lne
Klikitat, Culler .... . Am.Uine
Hoston, Am. Lie. Amy 'li knbr ....
DueJ.11 lyyn. C llreHrr A. Co., ant.
IlKEMKN.Cer Lk. C K. llldior
Due rcL.9o-f. II. HackfeM Co.. airtk.
(jLau,w. lint lnp AiiRirAUAN . .Chapman
Iue Jan. kjj. O W Macfailane ft Ca, ok'.
l.ltKNi-ofiL, lint. Lie, ULutck bMtdoUawski
Due Jan io.s T II Dvies Co., agin.
Nkw Casilh, nw.. Am ulilp Cbttsbuiio ITieolnlJ
Due. Milp'ft account
Naw VoNk, Am. LLtne. I.linoh Vfhnon IIumphre)i
Due March 510. Castle A Couke, agt.
South Sa !., Haw, mh. Julia. . . Tiemy
Victobia, II C, llril. S S. Madras, . l'.raJle)
Now due. II. HackfeM A Co., A);ent.
rANNiNos ilanii, ,m I'Ktne. w. 11 jipkii, Howe
iMie. lltcwer Lo., AKents.
ItiMHOLiir, Am. tern Kva .. WicLinan
lue lwerc & Cooke, Agents.
NltCATi.lt. N.S.W., lit. Lllne., Ijicii L. .Jenkins
Due. UiMer & Co., Acentk
Likkiimil lint alup Ianht Couht .Jackton
'I u kali Nov aa. 0 V MacfArlane i Co, Ai;enii
San Kasciv.o, p.m.s-h. Cit or SrkY DearLorn
Due Dec Jf H. HackfeM S Co., null.
1'URT UtAkKLY, Am. Lktue. Amklia .. Ncwh.-vll
Due Dec i yx Allen J kobtnon, astt.
TnaT IlLAkrLY, Am. tern Dakota WenJl
Due 1 lee V30. Allen & Kotwrtkon, astk,
San rANCltci, Am. kIu Iua Scmnaiek .Spencer
San huANcisco, Am. l.k. Caibain HuLbani
Now due. Caule & Ctxikeajftk,
San taANclsCo. llr. Lk, I.uy Lamfson . Marnon
Now due. llrewer Co.,Ofitk.
llHl.MkN, Ger. Lk. Ca sorts. Ijkwc
Loadmz Nor, 15 HackfeM A Co., Ajcnlt.
IIUNCkuNti, Hi 11 b. S. C T llnok .,
Due Dec JJ-Jo. HackfeM a, Co., Alenm
line Contuelo, Howard mailer Dec slh took m
Ueiarture from han Kramlsco. Lljtht Lirere from went.
and foggy; continued the tame until Ihe 91)1, Ut 3a
4a" ti north, Ion 13V 43 oj wet hrom thence to
?' ''" ! ".5" 7 no",,i lo" 37' 3J" J7' e, lifihl
bamms aua and calma , from thence to loth, lat it' 37"
It' north. Ion 180' 4j" 49. moderate and ktormy wind,
from south aoutheast 10 louth.aouthwe.l ; cloud),
Mually weather, rouch kea and heavy wnlerl) awell;
thence to orl fte.li lerere, from kouthea.l 10 east,
clou J), kqual'y weather; 18th, at noon, hljh land, near
end of MoUikal, oeannz touihweu by kouih half, koulh
niacmtude, distance 3a mile., baw no teatcl during
the uua;e eacet ucamer huei 1 00k pilot on luard
at j'3o, Honolulu
San (ranclMU Arris nt Nov aid, llntlsh lurk Lady
I.kiiilo.i, Marnon. hence October a6th; American
Laik Caikaritn, Hubbard, hence October 11; .Nov 38,
I' M b S Cily of Sydne), Dearlurn, hence N'uvaoth.
I'ort (.amble Amted, Nov ajih, American barken
tin. Kitup, Robinson. Lem.e Nov Silk
hureka -Arrived, Nov aolli, American barkcnline
Kuieka, l'enhallow, liem Nov Silk
The steam wluler Lucrrtta arrived here )esteriU,
November ath, after over a gear's trip from New Ileil
lord. She lirkt attemoled lo cum. around ihn Il.im
but fallevl, and kept ) for Auitralu, where she
armed, and after a Lief .lay left for this urt and
arrive.! at above,, with thirty barrels of sperm oil not a
"'J iV.l,.lM. llll. Jill,
Dikivter lUikrnl'me Kale Hiclinger, Voung, hence
vv.v. sk, i i.iiiM vrui, was totally uisiuakleu tit 4
gale, A dislkilch from Ihe cataln la ihe ow nen uys,
LAHt llesk load, lllksl atl,l I.laI. . r.M .t a... . ...I.
or canvas and shall try lo gel to San Francisco. rliY.i.
Caut.in ChirtiL ms.l. tJ lk. I.m Vk I li l
U I'ort lllakely, w, killed CecemUr 1st at Ihe latter
isvaisi uy ine ucueutai sllKlvarje o his sliolgun while
out hunting He was lonuetlv mailer of the bjik .Sur
l and kchouner Clara IJihl, and leaves a wife and
IkOchlUitn In Ihli tily AIU
A sad ke.uel lo Ihe death of Catatn CutW It that
hit wife was so usk that her fuendsfclred to break the
ud news to her, and Ihe uufollunate lady died yetlet
day morning, leaving a lull, bo of sis vears of age
cuuudrtely alone. Lapt.in Curtis leaves aluui .,
In uroprrn . and It It lo be hoi-M that through lit inejns
" uiii. iiow win u pruvvueu tor .ia
n cawernuu recently received at litUiid. Or., states
that thehriu who own the llrilish kleanishlp Madras
i. 1 1 ... eaonsning a regular line urtween
lMtlaiKl and Hongkong lh. nest steamer to artivv
at l-orllaivlwill Uth.C 1 Hook, which left Hong
kong NovtuiUr ajih. It it calculated to have a steamer
every iS dais. CaMain lliadle) of the ilajras ioei
rnsiu Hongkong to hngland and Ulugt out a new thin
J.Jskitoiis forth, line.-!
ibillvh. shin Hoiu, Khodes, henc. Jul, .3th, via
QuMn.to.afu, Snal imi of destlnalioii, was wrilked
December jih on Laiuashii, Lo, and all hands were
kA. Largo was wasbing avlior. at U.t accounti
'l"he lbtilvh ueamshlp Shai.lon, whUh lecetilly left
klltjUnd roc Honolulu, will be placed on ih, U. b, h
Ca s I114 to Honolulu, and will run la connection wuh
the hue until th. two new ttcsunert of the 001a pan y
arms) hcte.whKh will lo about Jui.eMvt. llie nrsl
or in twv) will U launched In lebrviary .ill-
Vt i'm" Walker has palnlesl, Kited rigiUvg, etc ,
and looks at Matasauu hh kaiU for annlng't
Island cajly nest week.
The Aoserkan baik D C Murray Is at the esplanade,
ppkjr4te thecuaom bouse, loading fur Saa rraucisas.
to kuI shi ut about Wednesday nest.
The Anterfsuii Uiganlln. Cunsuelo arrived last Xton
slay evening, tjdjvs from San Iraiwivco, wuh U h.
Mail and a full freight and passenger list She Is at
Ih tool of lull stmt dixharguig.
TImj A.kiicUi Uarkcnilu Discovery It at the espla
nade ksadbul for San I rancitco. to sail Ihe latter tsut ut
Th Aiucrisan ship Ho, has been iHinJiaseJ by
Mews. Uaet, K Cooke. She will U HU U Ih lulu.
.. TV 0, & S. Sim, arrived from Ran 1 rancuk-o last
r Sunday Bioraun on time, with a full niiwellaneosts
ovt- otw satlej ajkiii eslerday for ban Iraucus.
" The H. N. S. S. Australia aimed franwSi duty last
n-Ur, evetuiui and sailed at dabtht Monday atom
trwj lor San Irsnsiwo. Many who had uot witltcu
2w 7V" -i"-. " .""'l riid on aiumw
sown iawa Mgday rnlii to bud that aU bad
nrrurd snd sail'" 1 ng u ft San Frar
f rt the next stramr
lie it time
le P M s s (try of Sydney will he doe frum San
t ranrirn to mrrnw with one week later new
Ihe Amerteau tmrkerrtlim Khkltat arrirwl from Fort
Townend on Wedneaday lat be ha decked at the
eaplanarfe, where he w rww dratharging hr cargo of
Hehonner rotner, Colby, aatled from Hihfor Ijrt
Hbikely, fn hallaM feremWr ttth
1 and Kan, per Iwalanl, fec tj Mr Jm
I)id.l. two Mi
1 naw, -s j naw, Mr L r "pemi
Mn( Melnirke. MlWhitne. r Hnrehanlt. WDtimt.
J llok-k, J A HtKk, WUrtphart Dr Hammond, J R
rrom MoloVal and Mani. per lhim, Dec 1 5 HI
l.t I Prevton, 1 II Davie. Mr Hewett, j W DavM
on. O H I -me Jr, J M Kaneakua
I mm Kauai, per (. U lliahop Dee 16- S Spencer,
Mr Glade, Mr Moore ami daughter, W I. ilont, r A
nchaerer, I (I HayeMen, J Kalama, wife and dau li
ter. II Strenbck, O S H Ih-o
from Kabulut.tier Kilanea Ifou. Dec t6 Mr Fam-
worth, Ml oung, C KaggerrtM, (j Hdward, I
Henry, J Doian, Mr Coffee W MtCheaney, P A
Itrewer. Mr and Ml I-nrlir.
rrom Maul ami Hawaii, ir I ikelike, Dec 17 V
I Hgate, H Cohon, i D rreeih, C MtClelan.C Af
C Tong. A Noting, It Dean. F If Hayelden, C
and wife. A Itah, V HornVr, Koki, C S Knne:
C W ri!in. Ml I
P.Hw. f) Kalla. A
(fitlnllnn. Mr j Noble, Mr I II
n Id r en, I, Von Pemptky, I I Per-
Weight and three thihlren, I, Von femptky, I
HTnan, Mr M Hanaifc
llrown, W Jobmion
ymn, Mr M Hanaike, , D tlaldwin,
1, r s.ui
I rom San Franciwo, r Ser, Dec 17 K OUiItone
and wife, I, Mcf.uire, M Phillip, Mr S Magnin
and daughter, W II llolrn, J Rirtin, Mri W
Mtxntt and iw children, V Smith, It I) Walker, ) II
Horner, Mr Mamfield, Mr () V. Ilnardman, I. P
Adam, ( Campton, O (raham, Mre Caej, J
Horner, Mr Kennedy and child, ami twenty nine
From Colonies per Australia, !) it M Slymin, li
I (anting and wife, Kev P MaginnU, v McConnell
I rom San I rancto ir t onwielo, Dec 19 - Mr amt
Mr A (ti) Smith, John ileot, D ljj-e. K A White,
A (JonaIe, K ytt 54 chinete
ror San Fnnehco, ter ealandn. Dec 1? Mr I T
Itidge, W W Allen, II I Utey.A Crinp, Mr A It
rorbea amt daughter, J Ituck. Dr W llamimmd and
wife, 1. A fliurilori, v
riYcen bihI wiri-. Mn I.
roter. Mia Anna Sthnteiler. I) P Miirth.(i k.l.
ward, I) Otildbern, J Arnbeim, K lutner, C lame,
W Meredith, W Peckham, Mrs C A Williim, J liar
For Kauai, per C R lliboi Dec tS Ml Dickvm.
O Scboli and daughter, fl lrt, .Mr W II Rice,
tuo children and servant, S W Wilcot, CJ N Wilcok,
an Kiion, 4iii arw Matter Koffen, II Mrauleck,
n 11 "Kfimiuu
rtr winuftaru pon, ier iMiiani, iiec tB II Mew.
an, aim, tn intni,
, W P A llrewer, J Sim, J W
ror Molokal and Maui, ner lhin. !) tft.PT
Ihornton, J Y Ilavldwn, W J Kamey, H Howie, Mr
M Kinsr, and about tweniy.five deck
ror Kahulul, per Kllaue Hon, Dec t8 Dolan, J
Hamilton, Mr 0 V. Hoard mm and child, Mr tarn,
worth, .Ml and MaMer (ile, J llo.irdman. Ml
Nounjj, Mr J W Kalui, two Mmea Campbell, (1 W
Coffee, Mr A Clirke, W , Davi. I I, Smith, K Glad
tone ami wife, I ShatTerey, and about twenty deck,
lor San rrancnroier Sue, Detfaa W F Tone, S
Curti. Capt Cum. Mi Shiw, W O Smith, 11 Netter,
PAtkinnon, . tord, M ljwett, II Canblfe, C A Ian
nihill, N Jone, J llurke, J William, J NCtailhauli, R
McKinnon, Mr N O Murphy, onff lien Son, I Hanoi
From San r r.incico, per Suer, Dec 19 A M Melli.
16 tkj, dr goods, a ke printed nutter; Catte k
CrxAe, 6 c fCMtng nuicbine, t liorte, 6 c oler, jo
caalmou, ro bxi March, $c left 1 id rubber hoe;
M Mclnemj, 1 pka Jewelr, 3 c mde, 700 ik pita
lor, f3o k lean, 38 k carrots too b apple; Mi
Chesr.ey & Sou, 9 bl duck, i$i c canned Rood, aoo
jk bnn, 59 pket rnifttn, 55 kg dried fruit. 10 c
milk, 10 pk currants 1 pkg citron, 3 bx fig. 11 k
nut, 15a kk. potatoes, rokk. onions, IS rls leilht
01 is Kiimon, 10 usa coo, 70 kits lisli, ig pkg butler, ti
1 kci theej a c. co.1, 6 c lolister. 4 c mince meal; W
It Ilwin & Co. i. tierces hams. 1 Lb! hams, r c bacon.
xn quarter lis llour, 1 bl Mting, 7$ pkR. oil, 100 bbls
lime, a;a kks Lran, 317 k, larley, Jo LbU Wef, 15 Lbl
rk, 10; k oals joljbls salmon, 1 yawl lioat and fi.
ture, a pkg. mde, 1 lull trees, to c canned goods; II
N Kennedy,; pkg liouseliold Bonds, J C (.lade, 15
pkgs fnnt, and provisions, V II Holmes, aa pkgs
tMinls, franiM, kash and doors, a rt varnish, t; V Mac.
farkine tk Co, aoo es lieer. 20 csks Leer, 3 pkgs klgns, ato
fcka llour, 50 V commeal, 150 k bran, f to w w hi.ky,
SK bbl wliisk), lH bbl wine, 50 bs spikes, ao coils
ro, 40 pipe, 1 bg seed, Joo bU ha, ao o gin, 1
b hardware, t bx thermometers, I bx preserves, 45 Las
Inking powder, too k jioialoes, as kks beans, a crales
onions, Janie. Ilayteldcn, t lot mill work; A V Kich.
antson, a c khoes, 1 c khirl, 1 c acarfs; O I- ngtmg,
50kg stoves and hardware; J I Walerhouse, lot
tVg .addles, furniture, Imnts and khoes, organs and
hardware, 345 pkgs assoned dry goods, lutrdware. llour
and groceries; Henry May & Co, I cs beef, too U ik.
tatoes, 10 bbl. bsuier, aai pkgs asst groceries, aj6 pkgs
kist groceries. Hios H Dr-vls k Lo, 10a bis hav. 8 pkgs
Udti. Allen ii Robinson, 33a tIes; Samuel Nott, ag
I'kgs Iiardware, Moves nnd glassware; II O llallfl
Son, 58 pes. pir, a 1IU brooms, 1 bdl collars, 181 pes
fiirta .Km mtH.p at 1.s...v . 1 A 1.....-. - t 71
pipe, ao quarter us Hour, 4 let
tin cracker, 30 bl hiy, t bbl ham. 1 c beef, 48 pkg
ait,t hardware, sorl leather! HitllVII A (V.. a i- mi.
t "i i " ,.".. uui. tj hki uuncr, 19 irun,
chincry ; Honolulu Iron Work, 77 pc pirw, 6 cs bard-
ware, a theet uteel, 6 c Ixirax, a ck copper, 337 br
Iron. 66 ImI 1 iron. 6 liouer liead: 1. lli-.iTu-i.tt..io.r .t
Co, 4 pkg cotton, Mtlntyre A Pro, 114 i.ks lieans, 245
1 Adam, 1 ccotionEooH, aorkg furniture, 7 pkg
dry good, ica pianos, 4 c fanc cool; S firm
baum, 10 firkin buttcri M Phillips A Co, 7 firkin but
ter, y til lia , ao c cr cker, ico i.k lran, a c egc,
10 bx canned Rem!, a c bacon, 10 c onions, 1 tierce
ham, 3 rl leather, 27 pkg furniture, 47 pkg drj
goixls, 40 tii towels, 4 bx leather, 1 c louthpiLk, 6 c
onion; j JxtRvr, 3 pk ieuelr); HolliMer tk Co. 34
pkg medicine, 35 cs tobacco, s?6 c ghw are, 72 pkR
drug, a c niier( 3 c cigar, 108 c bottle, 1 c ita
tioner),ac hardware, 3 c mineral water, a c oil;
Palmer A. Killjuurn, a buggies 1 pkg harneu, a pkg
wagon, t pkg ctihtons, t c bnihex, a c color, 4 pkg
ftoda fountain; R McKibUn, 5 c drug, 1 c drugs; L
C, Srcsovich, 3 bx ar, 19 k barle , 37 Vs bran, 300
bx potatoes 100 &k (xUatoes 7$ bx onion, 10 sks
nuts 40 hx potatoc and onion. 753 bx applet; Robt
uner, ao pkg paper; U t. Uilliams, ai pkg rurnb
lure, a pkg furniture:
Lire! C O Itcrerr. 1 Iron tuft- ntilitr
gUtware and ga machine; A L Smith, 1 cs furniture,
ci plated ware, 1 c machine oil, u ca fanc goods;
MttLLis-At Poitland, Or., December 5th, Kev. Dr.
Maurice Melli, father of A. M Melli of Honolulu,
aged 73 ) ears.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER j, 1881.
All matter for the Saturday Preis should be
addressed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
CO.WU.UE.VTS OF THE SEASON.
The chief holiday of Ihe car h, amonc inobt
ChrUlian communities, ushcrcil in n ilh yrcat
xmti nml cttcuinstancc. It t not only a re
ligious pageant, 1ml nature, especially in thoe
climes which e are apt lo consider more or
1cm inclement, achieve, a climax that is, to
uy the least pictorial, ami which is generally
accepted as lcing apitropriate to the season.
I low iliflicuh it is for a n.ttie-of Old or
New Ijighml ro till himself of the com iction
shall we call it superstition? that Chtivtmxs
without the gloss of the holly or the pungent
atomaof the cv. crgtccn r without the mystical
mistletoe ami its accompan) ing festivities; is
no Christmas at all. The brilliant spectacle of
leallos nml icc-iililevl trees, the glittering
ftngs that fiitige the show .cushioneil eaes,
Ihe ftost-lace on the window pane, the gingle
gangle of jo-fiil sliigh liells, ami Ihe genial
waimlh of the domestic heatth arc all out of
our latitude. We, likewise, lack the romantic
fnor of these dwellers between the belts of
Cancer and Capricorn who surrender Ihiin
selves heart ami soul to the spiritual intoxica.
lion of the holiest of holy tlajs. Ule them
we rest,., sedately enough, notlouht, in er
pstual summer! !".' palm and the vine ate also
our cinhlum 1 our c)ts ate accustomed to the
eireminate lieauly or the tropical landtcaH-,
and the car tings its silent and inivwceptihle
changes down the tell-tale columns of the cal
irulaT. thtougli storm and calm; through joy
and sorrow; sadly or gladly; from ihe cradle
lo the grave.
The riucstion arises whether we ate losers in
this lack of the emotional element, a lack
which is local, and which looks almost
like a want of appreciation of the time and the
hour? It U ttue that we celebrate the day af
tcr our fashion. but it is a fashion that would
not be likely to itnptessthc liotous p.ultciiants
In an old-school festival on Christmas eve or
day. Moreover, ery much of the ni)stcry
which Ik witched and eiuaptuteil us in our
)oulh is unknown here, but its mystcr) and its
tlchghtrul conscsiucnces an; spintetl away with
the ) ears In e 11) Uiul under the sun. I f w c
do not rise o the cusluuuty complimentary en
thusiasm on the occasion we can asscit, on the
other harul, that mailers of small moment,
Such as woulj pass unnoticed in the hurty ami
whirl of life abroad, assume proportions which,
though iidiculou in Ihe e) of faster hies, arc
of sufficient importance to us, and, therefore,
eminently satisfactory. We doubtless hac as
much pleasure In proportion, without the wear
ami tear. The e il aiul the good, In our case,
ate alwa) sufficient unto the day, Placid
prutpcnty is all we ask and this has been our
lot thus f-ir, to a marked Jegte-c; a contimu-
tiunoflhat patrunaRC which ha- hitherto been
Rrartouly extender! to ti ft a people, 1 all
v,t ak for the future t ami that the tranquility
whkh ha reigned In our Ulaml kingdom, In
pfte of the errors of friend nnd the malcvo
lence? of foe, may eer abide with u and in
crease and multiply, I our wUh at thin blwcd
and momentuou erlot If we ate fnored In
the future a c hue lccn faxored in the jat
it will, doubtict, lc In a great measure our
fmnfiulttf we are not we hill have no
cnuc for complaint. I.ct u lift up our hearts
full of liojic and trmt, and mutually lalior for
the !fCt good of ffanuit mt And now with
a wiOi for the merriest of CliriMnmc and the
happiest of New Vcnrx, we Iwieach oti to nc
ccpt the gratulations of the season which we
herewith cordial!) extend to our friends ami
tntmns, one and all AioitA I
We have licforc exprectl a decided belief
In the uptcad of leprosy by contagion, and
lme quoted In cnrrolmration of the contagion
h)pothesie from local nml foreign authorities
tlata which we deem sufficient to cons incc any
reasonable person of the correctness of such a
Antltct, we mty add, that In appearance In
nged persons, ltn and resident throughout
their liven upon thev: islands, considering lint
the genesis of the disease among us is but of
comparatively recent dale, affords in ilclf a
convincing proof of the propagation of the dis
ease by other means lhan that of hcridity. Not
being indigenous, if its propagation were to lie
ascribed to heredity and not to contagion, it
would be natural lo look for its greatest devel
opment among aliens and their descendant',
whether of purely foreign or of mixed blood,
and not among those of purely Hawaiian slock.
I'acle, however, arc notoriously at variance
with such n supposition, while white blood and
foreign habits of life seem to afford a compara
tively marked immunity from the disease.
Such a fact we believe to be best explained by
the instinctive fear of contagion which pos
sesses the foreign community and their conse
quent avoidance of proximity and contact with
tvcisons who are diseased. It is noticeable
also, as has liccn mentioned in our columns lic
forc (and vvc think the fact cannot be reason
ably put down lo coincidence), that leprosy
prevails most where it is least dreaded. And
just here, let us say to such as may hive been
impressed by authoritative utterances outside
of our little Island Kingdom in advocac) of
the doctrine of non-cont.agion, that the ex
perience of the disease in the Hawaiian Is
lands affords a direct contradiction to the opin
ion offerred some jcars since by Ihe College of
l'hjsicians of England in regard lo the disease
as existent in India that "it would disappear
from India as it hail done from I'uropc, as
civilization advanced and Utter hvgicniccon
dilions licgan to prevail." It is certain that
civilitation has lieen advancing among this pco
pic for many j cars past, and that better h)
gicnic conditions prevail to-day than was the
case ten )cars since; but there has lieen no
corrcsiKimling diminution of leprosy here that
would sup'iort the opinion of the English Col
lege of I'lt)sicians, as applied to India. On
the contrary, the disease here has liccn incrcas
ing wjth rapid strides ; and the native popnta'
lion tit-day present, according to the lwst au
thorit) vvc can find, a proportion of lepers as
one to twenty-five or thirty, whereas but tenor
twelve j cars ago the proportion stood, accord
ing to the largest estimates, as not more than
one to fifty alwut the same as that which cv
ists, according to the I-ondon Lancet, in the
populations of Norway, Iceland and the I'aroe
With the people of these places, as with Ihe
Hawaiians, there exists little or no dread of the
disease. Especially is this the case in Nor
way, where leprosy is popularly supiwscd lo
be dependent upon the ncccssitousitsc of un
wholesome food, and particularly of dried or de
composing fish, by the poorer class of inhabi
tants living along the sea coasts.
Assuming, however, as we have done, that
leprosy is a contagious tlisease, it may not l
out of place to consider some of the most
proliable means by which it may be conveved.
Dr. Saxe, of California, thinks the disease "is
inoculable in every way by which disease can
lie inoculates." Professor While, before re
fcrrcil to in the columns of this paper, ac
counts for the rapid spread of leprosy among
the Hawaiian people by the prevalence of
such practices as (common among Hawaiians)
"the crowding together of large families in
small hills, sharing the same mats and blankets,
eallng jvi with the fingers from ihe same cala
bash passing the pipe from mouth to
mouth, the absence of all fear of the tlisease as
a bar to ordinary association, cohabitation 01
marriage." Anil, if it is inoculable as is svph
ills, we might add, it may be communicated
not only h) actual contact with the diseased, or
by tljf means referred to, but by the handling
of money, by means of drinking-tumhlers, b)
towels, or other articles of common use which
may have been previously handled by those
who are diseased.
Sperino, a good authority, mentions the fact
that the poison rf svphilis may retain its vi
tality over a period of many months after ex
traction from theliody, notwithstanding its ex
xisiire lo the air.
The communication of sjphilis by vaccina
tion, in many instances, is a fact well estab
lished, and it is not unlikely that leprosy also
has, oftentimes, lieen transmitted from Ihe
diseased to the healthy in this way. Well
authenticated cases have occurred where pri
mary sjpliilis has lieen inoculated by the bites
of fleas ; and it is possible, if not proliable, thai
leprosy may oftentimes lie communicated h)
the like means. And, if communicable bv
llie bites of fleas, why not by the insertion of
the deeper ptobc of the mosquito also?
The disease known as elephantiasis arafo'ca)
is supposes! to lie due to the presence in the
blood of microscopic cntotoa, scientifically
designated filaria hminii, the gctms of which
are carried b) mosquitos. This is a disease so
similar in some resps-cts to leprosy that the)
bear a common generic name.
Considering, then, the various means by
which leprosy may le communicated, and how
htlle care lias lieen taken to protveily Isolate
the diseased, it Is no wonder it has spread as it
has. In this legard the Government has Iwsn
highly culiuhlc; cstsecblly must such apiwar
to be the fact when we consider lltat such
negligence was designed, and In no way at
tributable to Ignorance of the disease or the
indications for action. A weak ministry, nalur
all) looking for support in whatever quarter it
was to lie found, were not slow to recognlre
the fact that there existed in the native mind a
great tetsugnance to the plan of compulsory
segregation contemplates by the law, am to
put such fact to iioht.cal use b) dealing leniently
with the leper. Hospitals for treatment not
only must be maintained in Ihe immediate i
cinity of the town, where Ihe friends and rela
tires of the diseased inmates may meet ami
commune wilh each other, but special xriuits
must be granted in certain instances to lepers
to leave the lazaretto and visit their friends at
home, while the Hill further ptivilcgcs Is ac
corded lo wine to roam about at will and cairy
the infection wheresoever they may choose,
Upcis, hideous with the disease, aie at Urge
in this town to-slay, whose condition and
whereabouts the authorities well know, l is
but a few weeks since we visited a house on
Hdierman's IVjint, wheie was a lejstc woman,
in whom the disease vras (at advanced; and
there are many instances in this town where
leper women are living in concubinage with
Considering the various means by which
Icpuvsy may be eonvc)cd and the numerous
foci of the tlieasc in Ihls thickl) -populated
town, it is little .strange that the disease
should lie making fiejh advances every day ;
and it Is only wonderful how foreigners hav c so
well withstood the inroads of the tlisease
among themselves. Hut many among us today
are, doubtless, carrying about In our Wood the
deadly germs of the disease to lie developed at
a future date.
One of the characteristics of the disease is
known to be a great tardiness of development,
while its exact period of incubation has not
been ascertained, and this fact is now tlistub
Ing the minds of many foreigners with painful
suspense of a horrible possibility, as applies to
themselves and their families. Sltict morality
and an educated dread of the disease may
serve to mitigate the danger of contagion, but
absolute safely can never lie hoped for until the
law for scgicgalioti has liccn determinedly
pushed lo its farthest limit, regardless of such
considerations as those or wealth, station or
Honolulu, under the present management,
is last becoming a pcst-liole, and will lie
avoided as such by the coplc of other lands
who might, if the case were otherwise, lie in-
ucctl In sojourn among us, adding their capi
tal and their enterprise to insure and increase
the commercial prtcrity of the nation which
is already well started.
In conclusion, let us remind Mr. Gibson,
who is at once Premier of the Kingdom and
President of the Hoard of Health, that there
is a great work before him in this matter, and
that the much-paraded motto of Kalaknua's
reign, "llooulu Lahui," will remain but an
unsightly sham until stich work has liccn nc
complislictl. I.ct the Premier remember his
own words uttered to Ihe Hawaiian peoilct
"You cannot rub against an altominalion and
go unscathed I"
TREA TV ' PROSPECTS.
We consider the latest advices from the
United Slates highly favorable to the contin
nance of the present reciprocal relations exist
ing between the two nations, and although the
treaty conditions may lie slightly modified, it is
vcr) evident that the principal features will re
main intact, and that little Hawaii will still
continue to be the highly favored protege of
the Great Republic. President Arthur, in his
message, admits the importance, and infers the
necessity of continued reciprocity, if American
influence here is to maintain that prominence
to which it is justly entitled. Wcdcrivc strong
encouragement from the fact that the question
has liccn given such prominence so early in the
Congressional session, and we feci assured that
the discussion and production of comprehensive
evidence consequent uon a thorough under'
standing of Ihe subject willrcsult favorably tothc
,nteresls and future prospects of Hawaii.
There are various theories as to what modi.
fications the United States will require. It is
stated by some that a treaty of complete com
mercial reciprocity is proK)sed. Kcmoving
the inqiort duty upon all American products
ami manufactures, it is claimed, would make
reciprocal benefits more even. It is also ru
inored that the rc-inipositionofdutyuponricc
imported from Hawaii is one of Ihe modif)ing
conditions named by the United States. Hut
whatever the modifications maybe, it is quite
evident that the United States arc committed
to Ihe policy of maintaining and extending
American influence in Hawaii, and that reci
procity is to be the principal agent cmplo)edl
The treaty will lie continued for the same
reason that it was originally signed, and for no
other. And just so long as commercial rcci
procily with Hawaii is given so prominent a
place in the foreign policy of the United States,
just so long it will continue, the New York
sugar refiners and the San Francisco Chronicle
to the contrary notwithstanding.
Therefore we have good reason to congratu
late ourselves upon the outlook, but it be'
hooves us to watch carefully the management
of our side of the question. Other foreign
governments may be ilistvoscd to intrigue
against more complete reciprocity with the
United States, and our own ministers may not
be immaculate. Duty on rice would, no doubt.
raise some serious questions, though il is pretty
generally conceded that our Chinese residents
can afford to toy dul) ujion the rice grown by
them and still rcahic a fair profit. They arc
Ihe people principally engaged in rice-growing,
and it is not probable the imtvosition of a duty
upon this proeluct would drive any considerable
numlwr ol them out of the business. Argu
ments pro and can as to the mutual benefits of
reciprocity have lieen pretty thoroughly ex
haustcd, and jet new ideas in connection there
with are being continually advanced. If, as
has been suggested among the proposed tariff
changes in the United States, the duty on sugar
be decreased, and a bonus be .given the South
ern sugar planters in lieu of the protection af
forded by the duty now imiKiscd, it would pre
sent another view of the case for our consider
ation. It is evident that it is the intention of
the United States Congress to modifv the pro'
visions of the treaty in some respect, and that
quite early in the session. The chances of its
renewal in some form are very good, as ihe ex
prcssions of members of Congress and the
press or the United States arc in its favor. It
is to be hoped that our. Ministers and King will
consider well the interests at issue and make
THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE.
President Arthur's message to Congress is a
lengthy document and treats of mailers cun
ncctevl with all departments or the Govern
ment, and many of the recommendations
therein, if acted upon wisely by Congress, will
redound to the Itenefit of the Union. The in
ternal affairs of the country arc rcpotteil to lie
in a prosperous condition. The Postal De
partment having liecomc more lhan self sup
polling, it is iccommendctl to reduce the rate
of postage on first-class matter. A reduction
In the tluty on certain classes of imivotteil
goosls and the removal of the internal revenue
tax on many articles is suggested, the receipts
of the Government being so largely in excess
of the expenditures that so large an. amount o(
money is not requierd. The national debt U
Iteing iiaid off rapidly and new bonds bearing
a low rale of Interest have largely supplanted
Ihe early issues. The President recommends
that Congievs continue the building of new ves
sels of war, and that In addition to tho pro
vides! for by the last session, other fast steel
vessels lie constructed, He suggests the more
efficient arming of tcs. coast dc'fcnces and that
more adequate provisions be made for equip
ping the militia. Considerable space is given to
the discussion of civil service reforms and many
matters ol local Impoitancc only ate thorough
ly discussed. Relations with foreign powers
are in a satisfactory condition. Referring to
Hie Intel-oceanic canal he says; "The claim
of this nation 11 regard to the supervision and
control of the inlcruceanic canal across the
Ihe American isthmus has continues to 1 the
subject of conference. It is likely that it will
be more tsnwctful lhan dUcussioa in removing
the divergence between Ihe twonalions, whose
friendship is to clottely cemented by the inti
macy of their relations and the community of
Thetieaty with Hawaii is also icfrrtfd to
and eaily action iu cotwectiou with tie saooe
is recommended. The notice is friendly in
spirit and while stated thai ccitain modifica
tions may )e necessary, it is desired to foster
and preserve the close commercial relations
now existing between the two countries. The
following are his words 1 "The reciprocity
treaty with Hawaii will liecomc terminable
after Septcmlier 9, 1SS3, or on twelve months:
notice by cither patty. While certain pros!
stons of that compact may have proved
onetous, its existence has fostered commercial
relations which il Is important lo preserve. I
suggest, therefore, that catly consideration lie
given to such mollifications of Ihe ttcaly as
seem to lie demanded by Ihe interests of our
Increasing trade." In conclusion the message
summarizes the prosperous condition of the
country and the hopeful outlook, nnd enumer
ates among oilier blessings for which thcnalion
should rejoice aad be glad, "the death of sec
tional animosities, the cxulicrancc of harvests
and the triumphs of mining and manufacturing
interests j the prevalence of health ; the spread
of intelligence 1 the conservation of the public
interest ; nml Ihe growth of the country In all
the elements of national grcalncss."
" THE MINISTERIAL
Then the ministerial tour was again resumed,
for though the .Ministers had torn themselves
from their official duties and their sweet do
mestic circle for a time in order to traverse
those tbstant shores and view the centers of
population with the naked c)c, they resolved
to prosecute Ihe journey to the bitter end
Again and again the way was blocked by en
thusiastic natives, who gathered to the nunilier
of six and upwards to bid the ministry "hail
and fa rew el II" Words of encouragement and
exhortation gushed from the lips of the Premier
like water from an artesian well. "Words,
words, words I" beautiful, sparkling, invigorat-
ing,scatlereil by the w a) side, without money
anil without price. "Taffy!" an endless and
unbroken stream of taffy which, like mercy,
"is doubly blessed ;" it tickctcth him that gives
and him that takes, and it costs nothing 1 The
ministry have the tools, but they will not use
them until they have completed this arduous
and important tour. It may be that the) will
find it advisable to make the lour of the world
in behalf of the beloved people before they be
gin to use these tools, liecatisc the benefits re
suiting from His Majcsl)'s picnic arc so great
that the ministry begin to show a need for
ltountiful entertainment was provided for
the party at Punaltiu, "where Mr. Chilian,
a wealthy and enterprising (sic) proprietor.
was in person to meet and welcome his guests."
It will perhaps surprise the ministr) to learn
that "Mr. XJhulan" does not exist in ferscn,
has never existed in person, and his advent is
not foretold in any of the liooks of prophec) .
Mr. Chulan is one of those pleasant fictions
which arc the head and front of many respect
able firms. Mr. Chulan is a kind of "Mrs.
Harris,' while Sary Gamp & Co., in the cr
sons of two or three Chinamen, arc the sole
proprietors, but, as the ministry is now travel
ing to spy out the land, this is neither here nor
there. It is true that 1'iinaluu also presents a
scene of much beauty, and is a living illustra
Iration of well organized industry and liberal
enterprise, and, to ring in a refrain from the
Premier's chant of the ministerial lour:
A score of other v alleys along the shores of
uanu are now neautilul with tlieir ripened )cl
low rice fields, and the busy Chinamen arc
keeping step everywhere with short reaping
hook in hand cutting down the ranks of tall
rice straw, and trimming and clipping oil the
goiucn ncatis 01 iiautty to tie llirasiicil liy the
tramping horses that are going round their
treadmills from early dawn till night. The
smoke of hurium straw ascends from n ihnii
sand rice fields along the coast, and the Hocks
01 tiny nee uiriis are lulling 10 anil iro in un
easy distraction in consequence of the constant
firing of musketry to scare them away from the
This kind of thing was delightfully existent
ihroughcSul the ministerial circuit. "Short
stays and interchange of kindly greetings be
tween people and ministers" occurred every
fifteen or twenty minutes, "when the party
presscil on lo ihe beautiful valley, etc." The
climax was reached at that scene of much
beauty, not to mention the delightful residence,
mingled with an admirable caterer, and no end
or prophetic reminiscences Waialua 1 The
Premier called ujvon the venerable lady who
had entertained him twenty-one vears ago,
Twenty-one) ears! Memory can scarcely keep its
seat ; shades of the past hover aliout the brow
of the pondering Premier. He speaks I He
I was then a RAVhlER, without definite
purpose in these islands, and now I come again
the second time to visit )our beautiful valley
and this same meeting-house; I am a Minister
ot )our King; anil come here to seem what
way I can best serve, in the exercise of my
public duties, His Majcst)'s subjects at Waia
lua, as well as elsewhere throughout the' king
dom. At last the truth has come to the snrface.
He was then a raveler; he has been a rattler
ever since; he was then without definite pur
ivose, but his purpose has come of age, and is
able to speak for itself in Ihese one and twenty
) cars I
The evening's entertainment concluded with
the appearance of the Minivtcr of Finance, in
ins reclames, ami ine ministerial lour was
achieved without loss of life; and the) all re
turned apaitbrinnng their tools with them.
We trust that His excellency is licnefited in
health; that he has improved the opixittunity
of renewing friendly relations with that silent
and industrious Mormon element which once
knew him so well ; and that the suave and lie
nignant altitude of the Premier, coupled with
the gay and heartless gambols of the Minister of
1-inance, may be found to have suited Ihe vari
ous taste of all parties concerned.
That a visitation of this character is calcu
lated to awaken the liveliest enthusiasm in the
breasts of the tveople, no one will, of course.
question. When Mr, Paikuli, at Waimanalo,
assured the Ministers that "not a man in the
district had expresses! openly any dissatisfac
tion with His; Majest)'. Ministers," even the
said Ministers could not have doubted the state
ment, for Mr. Paikuli was, In other da)s, one
of the chief ajsostles of Moreno of blesses!
Let us assure ourselves that the Ministers.
with their tools in their hands, will accomnluh
all that heart can wish; that the Pali will lw
reorganised ; lliat skilled ph) jicians w il! lie scat,
tcred by the wayside from Kaneohe to Waima
nalo j that scenes of mueh natural beauty and
illustrations of organized Industry and liberal
enterprise may not suffer in consequence of the
wcll-ilcscrved commendation they have received
from the Premier's distinguished lip.; ami that,
in spite of the "new departure, the potentate
am rulers abroad may continue lo exhibit (liat
warm personal friendship towards IIisMajnt)'
vrson, of which we hear so much and sec so
little warm iicrsonal friendship wc refer lo.
and not to His Majesty's person ami thus wc
may hope again quoting the language of the
Premier, ''to maintain our happy julitical
slate of independence."
Having well considered Ihe ministerial tour
in its true light, can we any longer doubt thai
"we feel peifectly sure that the persona! Inter
course which would be promoted by Ihe visits
of Ministers to Ihe various centers of popula
tion threMighout the islands will lead to a true
appreciation by Ihe public of the men to whom
ills Majesty has confided the seals of office.
and to a general recognition of the fact that
they arc animated by but one desire In pro
mote their country's good,"?
Cnntllcs, Holder nnd Ornnmenta
SANTA CI.AUS' IICADQUAUTI'.US.
hrHlrnhtr fitnrr hi Kotirttit,
Hie bui'ding known as KohaLt Hall, on main rot d t e.
Iween the Union and .Star Mills, formerly
occupied Ly S Staines
i fTThe building Is In good repair ; Ihe location good.
A long lease may I had upon favoralite terms.
for parttctiLtrs, apply to
itt-11 llll.t.INf'.IIAM A CO
IIC LATEST NOVELTY,
rmniriKs ur itAW.iti.ts rr.itsr,
A 'souvenir of the Season, by bocal Writers,
"jl.ahaina," " Watanac,"
and "Hawaii Nei."
PU11MSIICD IlV TIIOS. 0. THRUM.
I'tler, tilt fVnfe t'arh, 1.1
01 ICI',. Notice Is bereby given thai I haveap.
IMintetl i.ukp t'Vki1, ot .siaunakea sireer, Mono-
lulu, to l my true rul Itnful attorney during my t
enre Ironi irm MnRUom. anu.ai f anR ijm).
i.wa, utctmwr at, tast. LilM'
WANT KD A Nt.re (Url or worn in for mi ml ing
children, and tot central hout-ew-utk. AmIv
At No. 3 School Mirtt. m il
i:ai kstati; rou .salt:
,V WAtM.UA, OAUU.
The rremii In WaialuA. for the i.it ninleen teart
occupied li) the Waialua female Sminir, cool am ing
an area 01 i $5 too acre, with tne ouiuiinKtinereoti,
for Rate. 1 ule perfect
I or further Information, apply to
' K. U. HAM.
Honolulu, DecemUr , 1881, m tf
OWCN'S I'lsCSlI GAKDCN SCCDS,
Flower nnd Vcgetnblo,
JIST RFCKIVHI AT
T. G. THRUM'S KOKT STUCCT STOKC
oktgaoi:i;s NOTicn or salk.
II direction of At rxaniikr J. Cartw right, triit.ee,
the inortp-sKsre named In a ceitiin indenture of tnort
Cage, dtted Notemher i8t i8Sr, nude by I'kink Pro
if be, ilia 1'eter Li r lint, to wul Aleiander J, Carl
w right, I am directed to cll at puMic auction on
Sntitntiif, ,1itnuitrf 1,1, tSS.'t,
At la M.,nt my talcuroom in Honolulu, all that certain
piece or ptrcel of hnd kittiate At Kamahela, Honolulu,
Oahu, and more fully decnlied at follows, to wit !
Khoomala ana ma Ice lohi hem. o lte alt olol! e pil
am iuLa e pill am me ko Haawinaaupo a e holo hem.
a 5 Ink isS 8ia kapuai mi Lo Haawinaaupo a h.M t
kahi Annhiui oka a alailihem. 7510m 105 7-1 2 lean ma
ka lihi ak. o ke akiololi Kukonaa hikit ke nh ololi pn
iuka alalia mala alapiiak, 6i3hik.ioa iiixakapahikl
Anahiia a ak i3 hik u i2kAphikiikoAruliuaa34 413
kip mala tU ak a kihi j hoomaki ni Containing an area
of six fit horn 35 feet, and Iwing Ajvana 3, of I C
A , S'o. 919, KoaI Patent No. .
For further particulars, inquire of
C P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
OrtoCFCiL. Krown, Attorney for Mortgagee, tat
NO TICK. -All parties having Cattle running upon
the Land owned or leased by the KmiALA RANCH
nre hereby WAUNhDagalnit herding or driving ock
except on the Monday of each week, and any one
found trepavstng or dm ing stock upon the naid land
at any time but the da) aliove ninieil, unlet authorized
to do vi by tne, will be prosecuted according to law,
IT11 reguUiion will le tnctl enforced.
ut'4t Manager of the Kohala Ranch.
m THIS DAV,
V.x M-tamei Suea,
SALMON iu barrels
Salmon, in XA InrreK,
Salmon I tellies, in Mils,
Hands Mess Kecf,
Harrcls V. M. Pork,
Pit; Potk, in barrels.
BUTTER in keg and lcitts
1. utter, in glass jn
An assortment of Case Gool,
Cases Jams and Jellies,
Cases Dried Apples,
TURKEY and TONGUE '.. .inraiM
Cases Dried Hccf,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Hread,
Cases Cocoanut Taffy Cakes,
Cases Palace Mixed lliscuits,
Cases Oatmeal, in !tlh bags,
Cases Commeal, in 10 It hags,
Cases Split Peas,
ONIONS in otiM
Cases and bigs Red Potatoes,
Hags Kcd 1 Scans,
Hags White Hcans,
Golden Gate Roller Flour.
Cotton Duck, N'cn. 1 to 10,
Cotton Raven Duck, No. 8, 10, 12.
FOR RALE BV
(nrr Slrret , . Honolulu
SurREMK Court In Phobatk.
y virtue of an order of ule iuetl by the Hon.
Franculudd.the undcrtigned hiIImII at public auction,
at is o'clock tuttfii, on
Turmlai, ,f,t unary it, tSS'J,
The following property belonging to the estate of W,
U MriMioNUA, deceased, utuate In
Kallhi, Honolulu, Oahu:
First. ITie Hvh Pond of Atwuioho. emit:.! mm? an
enclosed arc of 66 acres, and foiling rights in a pace of
SiroND. 'I"he YiU Pond of Pahaulkl, containing an
tnclWd area of iS t-iuht acre, together with the
privilege thereunto belonging.
TERMS OK SALE.
Twent).five per cent on fall of the hammer, the lab
ance hen deed ore ready; ctherUe the 7$ per cent
Mill bo forfeited.
For further Information, Inquire of the undemgned,
Comomfctoner to m11 the real estate of W, L.
' Moehonua, defeated.
TF YOU WANT A CJOOl) CLOCK,
If 1mm II.iiiJ i (JimmI Hulrh,
If You Want ClocU or Watch Keiairng Domr
..No. 8j Kiku Shut
N'n. 19 Kimi Stutar,
HA Ultl.t: . U.t IISKSM MA KKlt,
Alciicati KsJdk uukliig a icling hue
All MnsU of Kl'.l'AIRINO DONB IO ORtlKK.
INlcsrs .accrjingly muJrratc i , 9. ji
P S. PRATT & CO,
tucluiirrrt unit CuMiulttlau Mtrrhaul;
QtlfcNSTasar (.leaver Husk), HooJulu.
SlcclalallcntisMl uiveii Iu th. sal. rj U..1 D.,,.1 p-a.
stsT Aitv-ancc. mad. on Cun.Ign.vcn.t.'Vi
f s. Usatt u 1. livav.
ISIVNI)s. li, lltJuU. a II.. waller sif Ih.
tMUtct b. IMVIll .lUKHOWS, law U HukJuIu.
tlctea.n!, al CharaUrs, Ufurs Uisef Jtulice JudJ.
On rr.Jin ansl fttin tbc ...lutm, sjvJ asxouus ssf A.
I. Utnwngbl, AJmiiuslraiur of th. f.Mal. U b. llatkl
Hurrsms, lai.uf Honolulu, deceased, she,ui h asks
hi U a!loesi Jis,o)t.9j. and tharjw himutf vvuh
allabivif. and asks Ibat Ik. ubm suvl. ....(
and awsnsth and Ibas a final oevis-r may U mad. of
dittnbuifcMi tA tbsv pes).ity rsmalfiuif In id. Land la
in. rsoas liver esu srautetl. and Utochar grog kun and
kls sursli.-. frum all furtker rsnijonsiUluy aa ssich.
Il lsorJete.1. hal IllKMtsV, Ih. 44 h stay U Ian
swyj A. 1). iM, at len u'tlucls a. u., Ufs. lU tasj
Iuuki, al Chambers, in ih. Ujutt-ausis., at llsvnolulu.
U and Ih. aajiM Is twrsky au-jtMsJ ka lb. lias. aJ.i
iJau fur beaiing said llulosi and asxusinu, and I hit all
rvoist LnlcrrssssJ pay tken aivd ihstt apfwa and sKusv
caux, if any I hey lav., why lb sans, should nut U
graotad, and uaymul evtjcnc. aa la vita ars en.
Iitltd la lb. sasd bruveny. And thai iku order. In lb.
hjlgLu!, and lla.aiun langsiages, U a,Uulvssl in lb.
hATUtoav f.w.t aM A.s,, avtursimatedajd
IwUnirtd la llauulolu, far thie. ssksums. vvsvtas wsv
vlusu la Ibe lists. Lbtresn ai.luiled tut- Saul healing.
Itetd M Honolulu. II. I.. Shis .J Jiv .J- N..M.)r
A. !. (Ma. . - . . .
nl , ,A..rKANCIS JUUW,
. Chief Jsuik. U lass bsiuuasr Cosirt.
AtleJ; Joua t. tfs.HA.P, tWikUSuiueuxCusut.
fT IIACKFELD ft Co,
OfFFR I OR SAI.F.
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS.
Just rftreiv-rtl per A.i and leittnl,
I'i'om lilt KM IIS,
Cbmiuing in j-art of At follow i J
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown amt White Cottom, Drills, Tick
Ings, Turkey Ketl, Merlnot-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Rfpps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Vine Sit hi,
Black, Grot-grain, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Uarege, Crepe, Ac,,
Mrn'n I'ttriilthliif (looils,
Shirts, Woolen, Mli-d, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc , Merino and Cotton Uudershlrti, White
Uosom Shirts, Socks ft Stockings, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large In
voice or CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Dlack Cloth Coats ami
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
I'antt and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boy s Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, t.
R. Coats ft Leggings, Mon.
kev and Sailor Jackets. Camet
Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas
andParasoIs, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brut
selt Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
111 an I da,
White and Fancy Blankets,
t?MMU CI.I....I llaAla... .., .t.aa
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttont for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dreiiet,
Genuine Fail de Cologne, I.ubln', Ex
tract., odet Soap, rhilocome. Hair
Oil, ComU, Ixjokingtjla.es, l'ie, I.
K HalU, Harmonica, Ulanlt Book.
(.old laf, Jewelr, Gold Wat c his.
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Kitenston, Arm, Dining room and Far lor Oiairs,
SiHhllm, Vttlfthlnn, fUrtm, .Stirrup Lettttrr,
Hemp & I. R. 1'aclcing, Coal ltakets
CRATES OP ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing I 'late, Cur. Teapots HowU, Chamler,
Kice Iishe4 and 1 takers, I)emihhn4 3 and 5
Gallons, Sample I lot tie. Vawrsand OUware, Manila
taiiu lancu rwjrsjr, swsvhat im)(s, vioiiiiks, a vraiiic,
I'urbps Wf)oIUck and 'IhIIIcu Sacking, Linen Hoe(
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sires and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boset,
Salt in Jars. Castor Oil In tint. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Stearlne Candles. 4, 5, and 6, H. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck'i Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laaee tils and Boutelleau o Branay
ana otner brands. Kum, utn, St. Puia
Beer. Ale and f orter. fort wine.
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seicic monopoie, tn raare, u,
H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling
Mock, Moselle, etc., ac.,
Oerimin 11 nil Jfiirintit Cifiirs,
Pbted ware Sitoons, Porks, Cruets, Tea
sets. Cups, Napkin Kings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and Butcher Knives. Scissors. Sheet, Shears.
Needles, Spuons, tiles. Spurs, (lalvanued Basins,
iiwji' iiun, r..K rsivcis. iiamincrs, 1 enow
Metal and loinnusit ton Nails. Clanfiers
liabbitt Metal, Sugar Cutlers,, Iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Brlckt, Tiles
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Orders from the other Islands carcfull altendedto.
It. Ilnrkfrlil Co.
kNE FIRST.CLASS SET JEFIKY'S LAWN
9 lennistorsaleat l. li. lltruma ton M. store,
ALL GOODS SHIPPED
11V OUR COASTING VLSSELS
.Mm. if 11 re. Ihe Unllnnllon Mainly Murknl
CONSICNSrS must ttciiva and
CHECK THEIR COODS WHEN LANDED,
Otherwise no claims will be allow csl.
tW his rule will be sirKtlv: enforced.
"9 4t T. K. FOSTER a CO,
The undersigned, having been appointed AJminis.
iratarof th. cual. of II. KKKUA, deceased. rMk. Is
kvrstvlal. UISMI tn tall ..... lt.u. .1.. I-.. .1"
.... ., a,.,..,.. tsa xuin isssmvM)B iisUUIt HUIIH
"M ' WH h unM, duly efsUtUnllcaletJ,
wilh I U jeropcr vouchers, vrhetlter Mcuretl urothcnvUc,
to the undersigned wuhin U monttu froiu the oUl
hcresjtT, Of ihev Will ha foravc tarnt.
All )trvns owing I he nij Cttitt ju reueUtd to
hw imistumsss,ssi uajrnacni iu true uiuKrugneu.
, . . W. AU.S1IN WIIITINf5.
Adminislraloe tA th. eual. ssT D. Kskua.
., , . OlTic.. Kaahuinanu street, llonolsrfu.
Dated December 1. ill,, ,o.4t
Wifjs C-iriH-Hltr, Mtmr Maktr unit Vulkrr,
No. g Oiiskn Sratar (Uldw Hunolulu Irun Wuks)
Stars, Oak Clank, Ship Kne-s Oakum. .h. (is.ir
IWls. and SheatkuiK Metal cotuuwly us hand.
lT Flag I'oles made 10 U1U1 and placsxl in uusilluss,
A NUW HOOK I
A Uuuk of Inl.icsl 10 all Reader.
tuui.eidljr a lluO. of lb. I lines.
TA JftismffMN TrmprrHtr JVssr Mwii, .
Devoted tu lU Adrocacy U Tolal AUlwenc.
and bsxUI Kefutas.
Mired and curnpsW U a VI. Caowurv. Ut. U lU
t Vv'Vi - 'S".'' "J -' k nd Lud.,
1. U li. J. Sydney.
hJLi! !l'lia I-.-. i"
ZLzn.:. ".r,ur, ? jr
--- . swssi wisasusf spas. Kir au.nu.
""''" u tetid la lUir d.r. iu Ibe St-
. . .. .. .ly. SStUS
XJOTICE- I hereby ,i, umu., rlua j t,,, ,.
IS dayaisjwni tf,.. w. MfcVtK as m, .
suaTneM. Vk. Ilw, H. A. WUeasana nJgpJP
i.i..... v, ...K. aWUTOUNI.
..-.w ..wT.sb.r s. tasva.
Eli'Sll .ygfJ: MMsTliU. QUAUT.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
The American Britrantine
,r. I). SPllEVKKLS,
gUICK DISPATCH FOR THE AI10VE FORT
For freiehi or passage, apply to
111 V? O IRWIN, Atents.
DOR SN FRANCISCO,
The Amerlcsn Hrlanltne
HnwAitn .... MMir
QUICK DISPATCH lt)R TUB AHOVR PORT.
For Kreijiht or tvuugf, npply U
111 V. O lKWINftCA.AKcntt.
T7OR SAM FRANCISCO.
IK tU Mil Kit AY
Jkhk ... Matter
QUICK DISPATCH tOR THE AHOVH TORT
For freight or tRe n Ay to
ta.iee ni ply
V A SLIIAhr-EK A Co, Ae.
DOSION ANI 1I0N0LUI.U PACKETS.
119 IUrk ,
Will (-oitively d from lloMon for thti Kri on Fchni
Orders filleil i.romptly.smt freiaht uVen t the Iowim!
rales. Afy to Chine Hrewer A Co., No. ij Kllby
ttreet, ItoVton, or In
C. IIRKWEK A CO,
Queen itreet, tlonoluhi.
The Al llrillth Steamship
W. It. IlKAhLKY , Commando
ILt SAIL rOR
HONOKONCON 0RAI1OUT IH.CKMHER ijtii
For freight or a.jjie a'ly 1
US It. HACKFEM) A CO, Agenti.
At.RNT rOR TIIR ml LOW ING CnstTKNS;
WAILEt.F, MAI 01 0,
CKN MEOF.L, KALUlA.
F10 ! Reil with White Ball. Office comer of
Queen ami Nuuanu Street,
pvcKANIC STEMSHIP COMPANY.
Hie A l British Steamer
Will leave San Francico for Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month.
Returning from Honolulu on tlie i.nd day of each
month, ban rrancisco Agents,
J I). il'KKCKK.IS A BROS.,
Honolulu Agents. ... Market St,,
Wt. O. IRWIN R. Co. 04
piwVNIER'S LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
IIKKII'EH .IS Co., Agent,
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cnh
advances made on shipments by this line.
King, Mast Fur
Steamer LIVehLe will leave flonolulu each Tuesday
at 4 p. M , touching at Laltaina, Maalae Itay, MaVena,
yahukona, Kawailue, Lautiahoehoe a
anukona, rvawainae, iupanoenoe ami lit 10.
Returning will touch at ail Ihe above ports, arriving
km urn ing win touch at ail Ihe
at Honolulu each Sunday a. m
WILDER A Co.
J2 O. HALL A SON,
CALL attrntio to
A Splendid New Ixrf of Rent A lUrtoi.'
Silver Plated Ware
Just Oiknfu and now Ftm Salk.
Thli is the finest selection of these good eer offered
in this market. All of the blest and rmM beautiful de
sign. AM a ery cltoice lot of
French Potcelaht an J Gass Dctorattd Casts,
QUITK NKW IN THIS MAKkkT.
OON TO AKRtVE, A CHOICIC LOT OT
GORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
All of which are mot xuitaUe for ChrUliitas, Wed
duiand Ilirthda) nifts. All are cordially Invited to
call and examine these beautiful :' but don't tuy
unless ou want to.
UK MAF ALSO fOH SALr TH NKW
Kdlakaua J Vashing Machine,
of Hawaiian invention and manufacture; a good article.
ALSO ON HAND TIIR BEST ASSORTMENT OF
IN TMF MARkKT.
TKNTV-TWO tltriKKKNT SlM AND KlNUS.
Halls Steel Ho wt cutting fronts to M inches, Hall's
i, 14. 15 and i6-htcli HreaVcrs, 14 inch KuUOuecits,
Sub-sod llows, Hall Furrow I'ows, Side Hill
Flows, to, is and 14 inches. 16-inch Sulky
Flows, nude t.cullv fur Hanukua
FUntalions, Na 9 IIucleeMow
ers, Flaw handle extra (utnts
and beams fur all plows
that wc keep,
of all kinds
MLCIIANICS- TOOLS. SIILLF HAKDWAKC
all kinds, N AI LS and SI'I KCS, all kinds and
sires, KKKD S. IIARION'S CKL-
In grca4 variety and In
.VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVSS AMD KAXOBa
Cef nan'y kinds and sUe.
W tmrnkm m tfwUUy i
And having user 1S..000 kU of IIUUIIUCK'S WII1TK
LEAD and ZINC ol different quaullsts, Ustdsss
a Ml iu U all DRV fAINTJ. svanl aasl
or saoe.Uonsof IIUUIlUL'K'b Use
issle liOlLr.l) LlNSk.fcD OIL, ,
can sell al tU lowest ttgvires. t.
cr i.uua gaUurss ut
ly " sssn.l, ca oe lalUs. UASURS HOVSK
uj (.OALII COi-OKS, ism Us Aavvtisan
rasnis anosro. vs. rvav. now in
IsSlfaalsl aVvtsMk sT
lit. KUsi and Krai, .vte s4rc4
PUMPS. BOLTS, PACKING.
Hut v. stiU sw4 aiieasu to aswamau any avvatt of live
Uwsuaad anst osva arlislas sh s kf. aa at -rrtil
csner assi ihaa a ssbssst fstsfa of Issa M ss-.a a
Wt swdssJIy Uvit. osv (riesxl. aaj tMT. la aH
and eaaiasss. cm ssasiultl tutk ssf asatsb tut " '
aad sWy setVI U 2ZTit4vUUZ sy
l,.,..! I" .-ss
SSi- S.sH,- .n
' n ft
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