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SATURDAY, JANUARY, iMj.
Ntlrefan etenli of Interest transpiring on
lh ether Islan.ls will alwaet h. thankfully rreettril
fnf psiMlfatlcui. Cwtespomtentt ai. requested In
appemt their Itti names la all eommimlratlrmt,
not foe pnhllotlon neeestatlle, tnl guarantee
Ihil the wilier U acting In gswt (Alth.
Adeettliements mutt r. sent In tie PiMay noon
N.lnsetllsiti for lh rimeM Issn.ean l. guaran.
lee.t when sent In later Advertisers will rnatk
the nnmher of InsertitHtt tlftlrrtl. finm which stale
thee charg., y nol o mtikr.l will t thargrtl
lowtle-olnmri a,lerftltementt, lt ami tare,
teres will nol b. admitted Int. osir columns;
neither will a.tvtttlsementt b. admitted Into ''lead.
ln columns. At any iHSfe. Thei. inlet will be
tlgldle adhersst Id,
The steamer sW mil lrr fur iinU.in1
jwili rtt TmoIj in )'Uce if the itottt.
The AVAeter lit sltsl not Mil for Kalmlm
A ronrcit Risen t KfitinMl.stl riimclt on
MonsUy evtislne; w well Mtrmlesl.
Ml. (illicit Waller 4ml sslle wiles! for HonR
Vonrj liy the Meant I .1 AfceVtu litcli lfl Isst Sal
Wc Iwtc lieatil ftet,Hntly of lite of cttei
sltlters charfcini; stinger cttmticmttcl).
The fust lull of the Atlilrtle AmwUtltin,
gisen on the ticning of the ig ull., wai ft ety
Mi. ltell, cslitot of the S. I. M.rtijnt, ami
t)f. ItcnncU ssenl In Maui liy the JMiit hit
HalcakaiA ami the top of the mountain! on
Hawaii ssrar rapt of snots. It n icpottcil
to l ijuitc low itowti n few ila)! ago.
New"yyu ilay waiijuite generally olenel
in Honolulu. The Goxcinmcnt oftico wcte
not oKneil ami most of the store closed eaily.
The New Vcar 0(enel up with aliumlant
taint. Up to the present time the rainfall has
not been ety heay for lhl inun.
The Keanithip MaJrat which saileil for
Ilonglong latt Saturday tool. loO Chinese
pavvengers fiom Honolulu ami 400 in transit.
The pew-s of Fort Street church for the pics
ent )c-ir were disponed of at auction on Mon
day evening. The total receipts amounted to
The "Ten Times One is Ten " club of lioys
and gills in Wcstfield, .Mass., hae paid $iyj
for ullishing an edition of "The l'eep of
Day" in the Marshall Islands language.
On Sunday, Nor. 19, with the assistance of
Mr. lMward Kimball, $3,000 wxs pledged to
pay the debt of the Second Church in Oak
land, CaL, Kcv. Waller Krcar, pastor.
Mr. Dodd has Tilted up a waiting room at
his stables for buss passengers. This is an
improvement thai will be appreciated by parties
wailing for the busses.
We recommend readers of the I'Ktss to pe
ruse the translations from the Native I'ress in
to-day'i issue. The Ju Ain-i gives a true but
not flattering resume of the leading events of
The Kaumakapili church raised $614 last
Sunday towards their new church building.
The Kohala church has sent them $2,000 to
complete the two towers in the front of the
We have received from Itishop & Co's Ban
a seiy neat calendar for 1SS2 ; also one from
he J. C. AJxHitiitr office with official direct
ory of the kingdom, and many valuable tables
Mr. 1-awlor has retired from the manage
ment of the Hawaiian Hotel and intends to
return to the Coast shortly. -Mr. William
Graham assumes the management for the
Some of the Band lxys were out serenading
after 12 o'clock midnight on the first of the
)car. Several smaller hands of singers with
guitars and banjoes were also out making
eaily New Year's calls.
Kauaiahao Sunday school held its quarterly
concert exercise last Sunday. It lasted from
10 A.M. to 3 r. M. The Hawaiian taste for
melodramatic crTect was displayed in the per
formance of Ncbuchadneuar eating grass and
little David killing bit; Goliah.
A new drug store is to be opened on Foit
street adjoining Kckarts' jewelry store, just
mjrji'of Hotel street, by Messrs. J. A. Palmer
and W. W. Kilbourn. The former is well
known in Honolulu, having leen engaged in
the same business here a number of )cars.
They will keep a full stock of everything in
their line, and will also manufacture soda,
ginger ale, etc.
The Fire Department las decided to pur
chase two Amirtkeag steam engines for Me
chanic Co. No 2, and Hawaii No 4, and a
Hayes truck for the Hook and Ladder com
pany. The Engineers will determine the sire
of tlie engines to lie sent for. The last legisla
ture appropriated $28,000 fur the cipenses of
the Fire Department, the extra amount Iting
for the purchase of the abov e mentioned en
gines and truck.
The building to be put up soon by Mr.
James Camplwll on the coiner of Fort and
Merchant streets, coveting the ground occu
pied by Thium's, Richardson's and II off
sthlaeger's stoics and the open space interven
ing, will have a fiontage on Foil street of
139 j-j feet ami on Merchant street m,h
feet. Theie are to 1 four stoics on Foil
.treet 20143 feet In the clear and four on Mer
chant Urert 21-6x39 feet, beside the corner
store which will have fiontage on Mcichanl
street of 21 -6 feet and a depth on Fort stiect
of 30 fret. In the center of the Mcicliant
street fionl will be vestibule and front en
turicc to tlie second story. On Foil stird,
nett to Richardson's store, will tic an arched
driveway or entrance to the yard and large
vmchouwln Ihcdicat. The bulling will I
two stories in height, the respective Iwight of
the Uostci bring IS and 12 feet. The fiouti
of the fust story will hate Corinthian cast iron
pilasters ant columns ami wtoughl lion girders.
The storefronts will lute show wxdict with
plate gUsi lu feet high, giving to each itu'
the full w kith tf the front for light. A puilion
of the second story will be Ut for offices and
the remainder 1st with the stores below, The
flout of the stcbad'sluy will be quite orna
mental, luting moulded belt course, pilntcit
and twain cornier, suiuiounlcd by a taupct
with ucltd pedestals and balusters between.
The windows will lute a relied heads with
architraves and keystones. In fact, the build
lug will be the luost lightsome and of better
claw than any yet tauilt In Honolulu. Ttw
eotstnet has been let to Mr. Geo, Lucas, and
k k UAUccesury to say that tlie wotk will be
wH dose. The pUniiing of the building and
axaeultoD oflbc dntsUift tteic the work of
Iin- Mouse. The plaM can, be Mitt at the
Tucsslny, the l msl., ft (Jlnrtn ! mm.
A nnmliff nf listcl. iliimi wricrnMctsilly
the tssits foi IkpKtr m New Vritt's iMy
Tin Itttlhtm not Iwtiril iin Mnntl.iy.
All Iwmlt liwl lest mi Nrw Vent's l)jy.
The .lAi will t.Ve the Lthmi't route
nett V in Mntnkid ami Maul,
A few d) apn Ms more lcrt were taVtn
to tl branch hospital at KaKal..
An ngwl mtlve whn was awldentally inn
ovi by a IwrwiiHii at WntMM, on New
Vmi' ilay, ilhsl two days later.
Mr. James I. Dowsrlt Ikis setuinl another
Hd rtow if Aitattan wnlei, at his umIi near
"XbeJtnHk ll'iHtr itl list Momlay fnr
I'nnning's and WashiiiRltm Islands, anil tool
ten laUnris as passengeis.
The schooner .l,imi roct to the South Sea
Islands nest week with laborers lint aic to tie
irlutcieil iHime by the govinmcnt.
Nest week is the "Week of I'rajcr." Union
Scrsices will e held esery inninlng at It
clock in the Itethcl, ami cseiy ctening nt 7:Jo
in Toii-St. Chuich.
The thanks of the Skturdsv I'rksi staff
are due to Mr. 11. I. Nolle for a lilmral dona
tion of ciy fine Manila cigats, from a large con
signment jutl received.
Mr. Oman's lecture, KwtHmcd fioin last
month, will e dcllscictl at an caily date,
at the hall of the Library and Reading Room
The custom of making New Yeai's calls is
being gradually Intrinlucetl into Honolulu. It
is ipiite common in the Stales, ami wc heard of
a few panics receiving here last Monday.
Oeccmtier 31st was Queen Kapiolani's birth
day, but owing to the day falling on Sunday it
was not nWncd until the following day, when
a salute was fired from lUmchbowl battery at
12 o'clock, noon.
There was .1 gicat ileal of drunkenness In
the streets on New Year's day and evening.
There were oscr thirty on the Police Court
docket the nest morning, and many others in
town that were not arrested.
At the annual election of officers of Pacific
I loscCoinpany on Tuesday cs cning, D. M. Mon-
sarrat was elected Foreman, J. Asch Assistant
Foreman, J, 1 Wiseman Secretaiy, and K. A.
Williams Treasurer. The first three were re
The Kind gasc an excellent concert at
Umma Square New Year's Day. "the pro
gramme was a long one and was appreciated
by a large audience. The liand was also en
gaged in the morning, and had a good day
Following is the programme for the Hand
Concert at Emma Square at 4:30 1'. M. to-day:
SwvJUh Wedding March. . .
Dutl'TrmrAtore' .. .
Selection. " Kraaii'i". , . .
Gavotte ' Little FUtlerer"
Waltl, "Gilded Youth". Vldlenl"el
The liarkcntine Discovery ss-as ready to put
to sea on "Monday, bul-svas detained to get the
evidence of the captain and a portion of the
crew in the trial of the former cook of that
vessel, arrested as accessory in smuggling opium
from the Klikilat. Monday was a legal holi
day, hence the delay.
"A Revival?" will lie Mr. Cruian's theme
Sunday morning. In the evening the usual
Y. M. C. A. pra)cr meeting preceding the
service will be admitted, an after-meeting tak
ing its place. A Gospel Service will lie held
at 7:30; sermon by Mr. Cruzan on the theme,
'Now?" followed by an after-meeting.
Information received from all parts of this
island reports a great amount of drunkenness
among the natives during the holiday season.
The employers and families of these persons
are the princinl suflercrs, the wotk of the
former being neglected and the latter being in
want for the necessaiics of life.
Our sportsmen are to the front again. On
New Year' day Messrs. W. Unger, C. N.
Arnold, J. M. Monsarrat, D. M. Monsarrat, A.
N. Tripp, O. Wroughton, J. II. Hlack, J. N.
Hayley, J. Arnold and J. Smyth engages! in a
pigeon shooting tournament at Kalihi. Mr. J.
N. Havley made the liest record, hitting eleven
out of sixteen and winning three sweepstakes.
Captain Tripp hit eight out of twelve and
won tvvo sweetstakes.
Among the papers recently laid on our table
arc two distant contemporaries that we have
not met with lieforc the Tri-vvtJtfy GUauir
published at Kingston, Jamaica, and a aier
from Guadalajara, Mexico, possessing the queer
name of Juan 1'anaJtn (John llakcr). The
Cltantr is a common sired seven-column folio
newsriaper, and the "John llakcr Is a small
folio, with ug about the sire of the FritnJ,
ami is devoted mainly to criticism of gov cm
The Armstrong prcmin-s will, in a few days,
be ready for use for the school to be opened
January 151b. The location is very central,
and the play-ground delightfully large and at
tractive. The front verandah lias been thor
oughly renovated, but It Is intended that pupils
shall use only the staircase in the rear, or the
new entrance opvncsl on the west side. The
turtllions on the cast side of the main floor
have Im-n entirely removes), and there lias
thusticcn secured a fine asscnrbly lull thirty-five
feet wide. The two rooms on the west side,
one 18x20 ami the other 16x15, "' "C UM-' as
recitation rooms when the school will 1-e fully
oiganirrd in three grade under three teachers.
Ycrandah rooms in the rear furnish convenient
dirsslug-rooins for scholars and teachers. New
desks, conveniently arranged, abundant space
for blackuurdi, map ami other needful schud
apparatus, show that no cxjicnsc Is In be
spaiesl to furnish ample facilities for fust-claM
teaching, lite new entrance on I he wot tide
of tlie house gives lndccndcnt access to the
two tuullcr irct'ption-iooms. The walls ate u
be tastefully kalwinincd and the rooms freshly
(minted. There it no use at present for the
four attic rooms. On the lower floor arc
several rooms which can easily rulaplcd for
the utc of a primary dcpaitmcnt, if the trusted
should decile to open a class for those of that
grade. All who would like to attend tlie
school, whether ut the grade of which MU
Mooic will luve charge, or of higher or lower
glide, arc dolled to b pi event next FiMay
afternoon, at 3 o'ekxk, to meet the committee,
who will then deckle whuhcr it is expedient to
orginlrc other Uue than llut of the tpedal
giade for which Mis Moore lux been engaged.
The steamer Mjlolii was the fust to l-c
hauled up on tlie marine railway, for ic'talrt.
A number of people were on the ground and
I on tUc steMMI ttaUifLut MoUy to witoeulttetc bid at private house. ...Alt cases of
the operation. The cradle required a little ll
listing after which cveiylhing wmkrd splendid
ly. The stcamrt was floated into place atmiit
3 p. m, and in a short time the inuhincry was
stalled and without any difficulty the cradle
and steamer was hauled Into plice. This was
a good lirglnnlng for the new year. For some
time there will lie plenty of work ahead for the
ailway, as several of the Island steamcis ami
sailing vrwls rwiulrr mcihaullng. The lurch
anlsm of the limine railway hat Ixen lcciihcd
In detail in previous Ismies of the I'rm, and
we aie pleasnl to lie able to stale that every
thing works admli.ibly.
So miny were Interested In Miss Shecley's
explanation of the Tonic Solfr System of
Musical Notation and Instiuctlon, at the
Tencliei's Convention, that she list kindly
eonscntnl to give .1 course of four lcwms In
the elements of Tonic Sulfa at the Kaw.iltli.io
Seminary, In-glrtnlng Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock. We are sure nil who can will as-all
themselves of the pilxllrgc on gcnciotisly
offeieil to any In the community who liny de
sire to know moie of this simple and attraclise
method of teaming to sing. Application
should lie made at once to Miss Notion t for
though the instruction is gratuitous, only a
limited number ran l-c accommodated in the
One of the missing links has been iliscov
eicil. A queer "Insist" was caught In the
h.ttlior the other day and given to Mr, II. K,
Dillingham, who his had it preserved in nlco
hot. It is aliout five inches long nnd is sli.vjx.-sl
much like a fish. It his a flexible I'm on the
Kick and a smaller one just back of the head
which is shaicd much like that of a catfish. A
soft horn protrudes from the base of the head,
and lietwecn the eyes is a single short feeler.
It has no gills and breathes like a fiog. On
each side, back of the head, Is a short Hipper
like a seal's, and farther Kick afc others having
n joint giving them the appearance of a kind
of hind leg, and )ct they resemble a fin some
what. The tail isjikc that of any fish. The
lielly is an immense soft pouch as large ns the
remainder of the animal. It is jet black all
over, has no scale, and apparently is formed
for cither swimming or crawling in the mud.
What is it?
Kcv. Mr. Cruian delivered an excellent dis
course last Sunday evening, taking his text
from the 14th verse of the Cxvi Psalm. "I
ssill pay my vow-unto the I.ord." He spoke
of the general tendency at this period (the
close) of thc)car for resolutions of reforma
tion to be made to enter upon the new- venr
with, but standing now at the close of 1SS2
how- many could look back upon it with satis
faction that vows promised had been faithfully
kept? our lives for the year w ere upon God's
threshing floor; were they like sheaves fully
ripe, or only leaves? While wc might have
to acknowledge defeat In the past there was
opportunity given us for future victory, but it
was not to lie by simply depending on New
Year's day resolutions. Habit was a hard foe
to overcome and nothing seemed more natural
than to attempt to leave off evil habits on the
last day of December and start out on New
Ycars's ilay with a clean new life, as though
the clocks striking midnight of the old year
tolled the knell of a wicked past and heralded
a bright future. If this was the extent of good
rcMilutions, without looking to a higher power
and a dcecr aim, it would bring but an igno
minious defeat. Christ is our only refuge and
strength. To overcome old habits it is not
sufficient to abandon them, but adopting some
definite -plan make jour life one of activity.
Idle men tempt the devil to tempt them.
Make your life one of strict sobriety. Nothing
is as sad as the sight of a drunken young man,
and vet the ranks arc always lull. Lut away
from old and evil associations. Make vour
new life a life of trust in God.
The Police Couit at Wailuku is being used
as a kind of thumbsrew to elicit information as
to the whereabouts of certain concealed proper
ty. . . .The sidewalk in wailuku is likely to be
as great a farce as any part of the proceedings
of this present ministry. A friend suggests
that the top of it will begin tcfrot before the
lower end is finished. It is being made of
rough Nor'-vvcst lumlier nailed to redwood
slccjiers with Sd nails, and the sun warps the
hoards and draws the nails of one day's work
while the next one is lieing done. A lonely
Chinamen is doing the wotk with a couple of
prisoners to do the holding down. Of course
it would not do to let four prisoners have saws
in their possession to assist in the woik, as they
might dream some night that they were sawing
themselves out of prison.
Yesterday evening, December 23d, at Ko
hala, the wind,suddcnly did away from north
east and came out from west and southwest
with rain. This lias continued up to the pres
ent wtilinj;, nearly twenty-four hours, and we
set it dawn as a regular Zona, expecting to hear
that you at the metropolis have had it in old
fashioned style. . , .On Wednesday, the 271I1, a
sad accident occulted near the Star Mill,
whereby the Hon. Mr. Aiwohi, the representa
tive for North Kohala, lost his life. He was
driving in a spring wagon, when a large drove
of loose horses came from an opjiosite direc
tion on the main road. Mr. .A. called out to
the two native who were driving the drove to
go slow until he got past, instead of which
they cracked their whips with double energy
so the story goes. At all events, Mr. A.'s
horse look fright, got licyond his driver's con
trol, and ujiset the wagon into the steep gulch.
He never regained consciousness, and died
during the day of concussion of the brain.
Tlie two drivers of the drove of horse were
arrotcd and locked up for trail, presumably
on a charge of manslaughtv .,, The railroad,
it it now said by those whn ought to know,
will le completed to Marl's Mill on Thursday,
January 4th, and wilt on tlut day take a load
of sut;ar thence to Mahukona. The mill in
question lias been doing big woik lately, pro
ducing up to its full capacity. It is reported
llut afler the present crop lias been taken olf
an additional boiler will be put into the winks.
Tills mill Is a notewnilhy one. Utile or no
cane planting It dune by the mill concern,
about all the cane being cultivated by native
planters, and ground on share. The icsult
lu lcn tlut the native aUwl Niulii and
Makapala are an Industrious, thrifty and well-to-do
class, the likcof which it not often found
elsewhere on these Islands. Judge Halt lui
assisted thrui In buying lands, tools etc, and
it lightly looked Um by them as their bene
factor. They say, " What would we 1 If it
were not fur Hail's millP. . ..However the
new liquor law nuy oticratc at the capital, It
cannot l-c said that there lui Uen any per
ceptible incicase iniliunkenncss in Kohala dis
trict. Hut ihcn, tliank Heaven, iheie it no
license here I. .ChrUtnut usscd olf wry
delightfully at Illlo. On New Veai'i Daylhe
udict of the foieign chuich will give a festival
at Couit House Hall during the day. He
ficabincntt of the best quality will be provided)
in the evening tee-cream ami cake. The
children will of couise (utade as usual In their
best attire, If pleasant,,,. The plant for a
Christmas tire at Katopihl were fiuvVated by
the rain, but one or two substitute vJvicfor
appeal on tae brcught befote the boatd,
wcte ilrudcd against the assessor .The
Mllof Ixlonglng to the schooner i,r Si Amino
nt Illlo, who was lined $looand tine week's
imprisonment fin hiking ashoic lour boxes
of opium, was irlcnseil afler one week, the
fine lieing puld by his shipmates, In le paid
lurk to them on aitlv.il of the vessel at S.m
Fall of ruin at J. II. V.Wl'i dairy ranch, In
N'miinu valley, for the year, Including Sun
day, Deeemlier 31, iSSj, ns taken by J, W.
1 1 ingley 1
The following icron! of the rainfall at Pa-
paikou Plantation, Illlo, Hawaii, for the first
eleven montht of 1SS3, It as measured by
lamury . .. j(.r Inly Ill
rftiruary fff $t August . . t.1'1
March 13 94 Srl-rrrnt-er. 8 a
Alutl . s tf OctttUr 9 bj
sfay h.tin Nosein!r .. to 87
The following is a lecoul of the rainfall -nt
Wailukii, Maul, ns measured by W. P. Alex
ander, for the )eart 1879, 1SS0 ami 1 SS I , and
the first eleven months of 1SS2 1
tSra. 1IUI0. 1M1, tftft.
Insfies. Irishes. Indies, tncliea
January 3.5J i.ox It 31 I l(
reltnary.. . 3.43 .j6 6.jS J.8
Match a. it If) 3. It 8.87
Ann'. .. t.tfj 1.03 1 ta 0.91
May ... . t t 0.19 t.t
June 0.14 0.4ft n.37 o.to
July 063 a. 13 oat t.tt
August... o.ty 0,63 0.96 1.68
.Seplrml'er . . ct.Bj 0.37 0.47 0.17
(Mohrr.... . 0.61 o.tt u.v l6
Novemlier. ... 7.4a 4,u 5.41 J. 33
Driemlier . 0.97 a. 54 3.56 .. .
Totals. . 19.83 18.tR 38.78 5.3i
TEACHERS' ASSOC A T10.V.
The anmi.it meeting of the Teachers' Asso
ciation was held at the vestry of the Ucthcl on
Tuesday and Wednesday of the present week.
The first meeting- was held at 10 A. M, on
Tuesday. President W. L. Jones called the
meeting to order nnd delivered an address On
the examination of teachers and the best
method of imparling instruction. Mr, Atkin
son, the secretary, read his annual rciHiit,
giving an account of the wotk accomplished
bp the Association, lie spoke of the assistance
that the Association had received from the
Hoard of l;ducation, and a vote of thanks to
the Hoard for the help rendered was unani
mously carried by the Associition,
The election of officers for the ensuing year
next took place. Kcv. A. Mackintosh was
chosen President, Mr. Moore Vice-President
and Mr. M. M. Scott Secretary.
Mr. II. it. Hitchcock then addressed the
Association, speaking of a new Hawaiian dic
tionary which he has in process of preparation,
It will lie a very complete vocabulary of the
Hawaiian language when finished. He has
already completed it to the letter C, nnd
brought vv ith him .1 number of the first pages
to exhibit to the Association.
The remainder of the forenoon session was
occupied by Miss Sheclcy in illustrating the
method of teaching singing by the Tonic Solfa
The Association met again at 2 1". M., when
Dr. C. M. Hyde read a paper prepared by
Kcv. Mr. 01ein of Hilo upon the necessity of
imparting to Hawaiian children the elementary
principles of English, and upon preparing for
them suitable primers and readers specially
adapted for them. It was a very interesting
paper and was followed by considerable dis
cussion in which a number took part. Mr.
Moore of Kauai then illustrated methods of
teaching, giving much of his own experience
in a most entertaining and instructive manner.
The discussion which took place must have
proved beneficial to many presents, for it is the
relation of personal experience of this kind and
the methods emploved to overcome the diffi
culties encountered, which all should be de
sirous of knowing.
. The Association again assembled on Wednes
day morning at the same place, and after the
rcaditag of the minutes of the previous day Mr.
D. D. Haldwin discussed the Tonic Solfa sys
tem as illustrated by MissSheelcy.
Industrial Schools for Hawaiian youth, a
most important question, was next treated by
Dr. Hyde in an able manner. He sjiokc of
the advisability of giving young Hawaiians a
practical education, and offered the following
resolution as an opening wedge :
" KtsoheJ That the maintenance of an In
dustrial School for Ikjvs should lie a part of the
educational system of the Hawaiian Islands,
and the nressinc needs of this large and im
portant element in the rising generation of
Hawaiian youth present a strong apieal to
the enlightened Christian liberality of our
wealthy citizens to equip and endow such an
After much discussion the resolution was
Mis Norton of Kauaiahao Seminary next
made some pertinent remarks on the educating
and training of Haw&'.'an girls. She has had
much experience with them and is thoroughly
Interested In the cause of education.
On reassembling in the afternoon Mr. Scott
read a short paiier on the examination of
teachers and followed it with some winted re
marks showing many of the defects of the
practice and also its necessity. Considerable
discussion followed in which several joined.
.Mr. Atkinson, who was to have read a paper
on the education of teachers, but asked to be
excused on account of indisiHjsition,
Mr. G. C. Ken) on next explained the vari
ous systems of leaching in the Australian coin
nies, and ga.vc n history of their giowlli from
the earliest method practiced to the present
improved system. Miss Sheclcy then gave a
further explanation of the Tonic Solfa system
which was highly appreciated by all.
The attendance at the meeting was very
gixxl throughout, and the session has enabled
every teacher present to team something from
the experience of those who occupied a portion
of the time. The two annual sessions have
undoubtedly Uen productive of much good,
and we hojie the teacher of the kingdom will
continue to meet In the same manner in future
KtilTOK I'kkssi Talking nf taxes, it It a
favoiite argument with some, and hat hern
said to lie an ailment allowed to assessors in
some parts of Ihe .States to vjuelch a illssatis
ficil tatu)cr vvilh the question, "Would you
sell it fur llut?" If not, "Then your piopeity
itccitatnly vvoith that lo )uu, and the atssiu.
11 lent It not too shich," This aiirumrnt Ls
quickly seen, hy the Usuycr at least, to he
fallacious, and I at scntihle it it would U
if it tveic issihlc that nun could he willing to
be knocked aliout hunt place to place at Ihe
capilcc of the assessorto compel the attestor
in all such cases to buy Ihe piopeity under
consideration at the value attested or at such
higher figure at nuy make the owner willing
lo move and pay uuh down. Indeed, such
a course might prove at cfhctual a mnedy for
the evil at could be devised.
A man'a wlllingue or unwillingness cannot
be taken u the "cash value" of hi piojHUiy.
If it it a line of Uuinei, he nuy be dohig, or
think he hat a pioapcct of doing, icttuiiably
wcll at any rate he pufsis certainly wUh a
reasonable prospect ol lucaiuraUe tmcrcM lo
uncertainty that hat not cva pmitt4 any
possibilities. It may be hit chosen avocation,
In which he sect nonthcrnpMittinlty further
more, he hat settled down to business, nnd it
"not tin the icciil.ite. It nuy lie his home
stead, where he li.it unrounded himself with
romfoilt and conveniences, or rtieiideil
money it (ninimcnlatlon, all of which would
never return him the tost, and which he may
not be able In replace, lie fecit settled, If not
entirely contented, Why should he upset all
this and subject himself to wear and lear and
lost of time In leaich of the unknown, only In
rcKat the process again another year?
Again, I he original cost of piopeity is not
the basts on which it should lie attested, even
If It be atgueil that there I1.11 been no iccog
hired depredation of value. The fiitt cost
may have been enhanced by untoward circum
stances, nr by introduction of convenience
and appliance which, under the ieclil condi
tion! involved, render litem' of no market
value. And, In go further, It is nut just to
attach to property an atbilraiy vahnllon that
hat no reality. 11 It minlfrslly unjust, for In
stance, to say that n certain tieclcs of prop,
erty lli.il cost $25 shall be assessed at $50,
when the veriest tyin it able at a glance to say
tint It hit seriously depreciated, and could not
by any possibility bring over $12 at open sale.
It it not a fair rule that never falls to rccognlrc
a 1c.1l or fancied rise In value, while yet it
never takes cogninncc of vciy patent depiccl
atlon to which attention has been called,
What, then, it a sound Insis of assessment ?
Theoictlcally, certainty, It It simpler Apply .1
fair nilc that will woik lioth ways, nnd ask,
"What, nil things' considered, would this piop
eity lie likely to fetch if placed In open
market? tf, then, there be no dlsHisttloii to
gorrgc or extott the last Kssihle cent from a
man, a margin will probably be allowed for
uncertainties, and a conclusion aitlvcd n
which will give the government Its just dues
aniliiol be unsatisfactory to the taxpayers.
Kohala, December 22, 1882.
GOVERNMENT AND THE
IJ11ITOR Pressi Should a private enterprise
be made to bear the expense or half the ex
pense of Improving nnd keeping in repair such
public joads as may be specially used by it?
This has been the custom in sonic pails of
these Islands, nnd an instance of the kind has
been known, when such a road, standing In
long need of repair for the public: ;kmI, had to
be niide suitable for so small a matter as about
two weeks' hauling. The reason given for
such a course has been that the unusual wear
to the load from steady, hauling in such cases
should lie repaired by the parties so using it.
Admitting for a moment the right of the rea
soning where unusual damage has resulted
from carting in wet weather, should It apply
to any amount of use of roads in their ordinary
state, or to roads that should be repaired in
any case, or require improving for the ordinary
necessities of such an enterprise? Let us take
for example an express or bussincss wagon
that runs regularly a distance of four to ten
mites and back, the year through, and half a
dozen cane wagons that want to run steadily
over one-fourth to one mile of the road for two
weeks as aforesaid, or even tvvo months, is it
just that the latter, any more than the former,
should be at the expense of making the roads
passable and safe for themselves, or repairing
any ordinary vvear incident to their use?
Take another example: A new plantation is
started, and mill built in a locality accessible
to carts by roads that al really exist, but whose
capacity for a mile is neither sufficient nor safe
for the regular requirements of a plantation;
should said enterprise be made to bear the ex
pense of making this road tralTicablc? The
road supervisor, standing as representative of a
poor, impoverished government that can afford
tens of thousands of dollars for coronations
only, and such monkeying, will say, "Of
course it should; this great cxcnsc is not nec
essary for the public; that bridge will last
another year if men go w ith care and don't put
their foot through the hole; and Mr. Jack-
anac.s has always got by that narrow place
safely by keeping the brakes on and going
slow, and the jolt over that rock won't hurt
the wagon if it is good and strong; it is the
mill that wants all this expense; it will cost
$6,000, and the government says the mill
must pay for half of it anyhow." And for the
moment we are staggered "$6,ooo, and only
because the mill wants it I" Oh, yes, that's so;
the null will have to pay for it; there's no coro
nation or foreign tours for the mill. Hut hold I
this mill has a capacity of 2,000 tons of sugar
a year. It Is assessed for not less than $100,
000. It makes stock, laliorcrs, stores, schoon
ers and perhaps railtoads. necessary, with all
their many and Intricate ramifications, In-side
encouraging, smaller private ventures, all of
which would otherwise never have existed, and
in turn all pay their tax, so that the expense
of putting that roail in good condition is prob
ably recovered to the government the first
year; ami this plantation is to continue for
many years, with ever increasing results in the
way of producing taxes, like the circling rip
ples on the water, caused by the falling into it
of n stone. Say again, It it right that a pri
vate enterprise should bear the expense of im
prov ing and repairing public roads ? Would
it not rather be a wise business (xdicy on the
part of the government to open new road
where they are wanted? Colkikki.
Hawaii, December 27, 1882.
HONOLULU SAMOA'S1 HOME SO
TWKNTY.SKVKNTII ANNUAL KErORT.
The annual meeting of the Sailors' Home
Society was held at the Home on Saturday,
December 30th, at 1 1 a. in., Hon. S, N. Castle,
I'retldcnt, in the chair, After prayer by Kev.
S. C. Damon, ami the reading of the minutes
of the last annual meeting, the Treasurer, Hon.
C. K. Hishop, read the following report!
TH HONOLULU SAILOR'S MOUI tOSI.rY IN ACCOUNT
cvaatNT with ciias, k. lusiiur, TmulUKta.
iHl. . .
To balanoa at ir account rendered, ,.s jt 14
an. c, paiu r liuntcomi. account 10 im iius.
July l4,btU Dillmaliam & Co.
VSIICI1IS ISOUUISUII ,
" lowers 4 Cooke, accl
" " li, Kii(lin(,acct.
" " J. T, Waltihou.., accl,
" (l. Luca., ac.
" WlUer a Cu.. airt.
" ' H. K. llurtGtss, carMsitiiir., tic,
.. 4 07
'' W.r. liurtfeaa, Hulling, etc..
Ike ao K. Ilunscvuite, aesl. to dale.
Isc. so, HalaiKa Joe HUliou Co
tare; lly cash for lent of (Hi. from llawal
Marsh at, IKieailai, Stmioutu an.! Green. .
July it, ISjuaikxit ta fUlvws:
Vroai l.eer A Cooke
" is. C Damon
" KlWlal .
" AIW koUiuon,
" iii.wtt a Co. , ...
" II. HackfeU (l Co
. Ill v
iv, tl. Irwin a Co. . . .
aw. MasfaiWitsCo. .
(-Auk a Cuukt.
llcury May, .
Il.hh.-i A Co,....
II, Da. Us Co
A.uUcr. ... ,. .. ftt
lu HufcVUagcf 4 Co ,. ...,....,
WilsW4to7r..f., . .
K, p, Aiiaisss.i
J. A. HsMr.,i.,. i
Flank, CuoC'.4t ti
A.S. QIsmii.. - t
Cah fMsn H'w'n akaid fa oke reU fw iMa..
fc i. UsMttoo, Cavuirt W. iUUock.M ...
ISMeJtC. , t)M ! f t - !
Donations or nil and nlnt have been re
ceived from II. I', Dillinghim and J, T, Wa
Rf'iiiRT of r-xrcuTivr. coviMirtrr.
For common blcsslngt, the usefulness of
which It absolutely necessary lo our welfare,
like the shining of the sun ami the air we
bieath, wc seldom stop In give thank or
really appreciate their importance. The Hono
lulu Sailoii1 I Ionic hat In-come ivo much of a
fixture In our community, and Its usefulness It
so generally diffused through the twelve
months of the yeai lint we seldom think of It
ns one of our benevolent Institution needing
upMitt, It It here a In I lives, hut few cue to
Al our list annual meeting the executive
committee vveic nulhorircd to expend .$300 In
the way of nccrswary repilrt, frtriiM the
money could be raised. We have to report
that on commencement of the woik the build
ing was found so much decayed that over $600
.11 necessary lo cover the outlay, but the
ticaturcr will icjxirt th.it the money was lalscil,
and principally from nrnong the ttii!ect
hence it Is our privilege lo report that a debt
of only'n few dollars remains unpaid, and the
building Is now In good repairs for ) eats to
Our keeper for the "Home" report more
boaidci and lodgers from among seamen, than
since the days of the vlsitt of the whaling Heel.
TI1.1 crews of the A'iwoW, tViagiua and oilier
wiecks have found n home In this house and
liecn cared for. Also many Portuguese Immi
grants have been here hoarded by the Agents
of the Plantations, so that during the whole
year the "Home" has liecn frequented.
It become our painful 'duty to record the
death of Mrt. Duntcombc, who has for ten
years or more labored so faithfully with her
husband In managing the arfatrt of the "Home."
A mote t itily conscientious and faithful Christian
woman lias never lived In our community.
Many a Winter has occasion to give thanks,
for having come under her Christian watch
fulness nnd care. Her quiet, faithful and un
obtrusive services have been of inestimable
value, in this department of Christian usefulness.
The Y. M. C. A. has supiortcd the Heading
Room nsin former years, and it has been much
frequented. Hoarder nnd visitors, Including
man-of.vvars men and seamen attached lo ships
In K)tt, have rcsortcsl to the "Home" for
Ilibles, liooksand other literary matter, and
taken away a large supply. Here I cannot
avoid noticing the fact, that very many )oung
men, going to, or returning front plantations,
on other Islands, have found the " Home" a
convenient place of temporary almdc, so that
it is no exaggeration to say that this institution
continue to diffuse abroad its usefulness among
seamen and visitors, as during the former ) cars
of its existence, and richly merits the. support
of the merchants of Honolulu and general
community throughout the Islands.
Samuf.i. C. Damon,
Chairman Ex. Committee.
The election by ballot of six Trustees to serve
for three years from December 31. 1882, re
sulted in the choice of lion. C. K. bishop,
Mr. P.C. Jones, jr., Mr. J. T. Waterhouse, jr.,
Mr. J. 1). Athcrton, Mr. A. Fuller, Mr. 'W.
Mr. J. C. Glade resigned his position of
trustee on account of intended departure from
these Islands and Mr. II. F. Glade was duly
elected In his place.
After adjournment of the Sailor'9 Home Society
the Hoard of Trustees, annual meeting was
called to order by the President, Hon, S. N.
Castle, and after the reading of the minutes of
the previous meeting the election of officers of
the Board by ballot was re-election of the
following gentlemen: Hon. S. N. Castle,
President, Hon. C. K. Hishop, Treasurer, Mr,
F. A. Schacfer, Secretary. Executive Commit
tee. Kev. S. C. Damon. Hon. E. O. Hall,
Mr. P. C. Jones, jr.
lieforc adjourning the Trustees made up the
amount of $21,50, among themselves to
liquidate the indebtedness of the Sailors' Home
up to date.
BALANCF-SIIKKT or TIIK CIIINESK CIIUKCII ACCOUNTS
TO LirCCXIHHK 30, 188a.
To rent of house No. I, 12 monilis at $14. .,
" 3, 8 months,.
' t " 3, 5 months.
To donation from Miu l'ajtun per (loo Klin.
To donation from Chinese per Goo Kim,
o collections at Chinese Church..
To cash from I, T, Waterhouse. Sr.. ter Or.
Damon 950 00
To donation from C. K Hishop 50 uo
To donation from S. C Damon 35 to
To donation from J. T. Waterhouse, Jan sd,. aj 00
To balance... 573 94
.'. Coo 00
.. 1 00
I.. IIO GO
lly purchase of home lease
lty repair paid iSth Feb., 1882
" ' it4hMav
" nth July
liy water rate?
Hv interc&t on caih ailvanced...... .
llv cash nald Chunir Fotik on actt. of ltan . .
l)y amt. ovting Chung FjIc ca-.li advanced
on new nouse
Dec 30, IlyUtlance $571 94
T, J, WATEKHUUSe, Jit.,
M3' Donations solicited for the tavment of thii debt
WEEK' OF PXA VEX.
The Hawaiian Ikxtrtl recommends the fol
lowing programme for t lie use of foreign and
native churches tlurint; the week of pra)vr,
from Jan. 71.1 to 14th inclusive t
Sun tA V, Jan. 7th Sermon. 1 Tim. 3.;, 6.
Monday, Jan. 8th I'raise ami 'Ihankatfi.iue to
Cod fur III nunifuUl mcrciet, and especially fut the
gift and progress of tue (opcl. Is. aj;i 9, slheu.
ftKSUAY, Jan. 91U Humiliation and Confoskton,
cspecUlly for unfaithfuIneM to Christ, and want of
trotbeily love, I'Mlni t:t 8. J a me ;i 10.
Wn.NstauAV, laiu luh l'raer for Families, aivl
for Schools, fur the cultivation of piety and virtue in
the home life for thorough mUtuctloii In Scripture
truth, and for 11 word of the IIolyhirtt Infusing into
every ueiartment 01 cuucaiton, consecration ana ioai
ly to the service of Chmt. Dcul. 6:118. Kph.
TiiUfesoAV. Jan. iilh iVaycr fur tlie Clinrch Unl
venal, for the ouipourUg of the Holy Spirit withe
niinWrv and the brother houd. for kicial eaincslncss In
Individual efforts la save lost soul, and for fuller syiu
paihy with thoM In temptatiun and sorrow, ls.5;in
lohn i:i -li,
raiiiAV, ran. 11111 I'rayer lor inaiton, mat ruiers
nuv um their onScial InHuence fur the maintenance of
rtgnteouuies, that the grains of commerce ami of ihe
arts may ut uwa tor in general gmu ratner tnan ier
sotuu gtatihcaitom, that the babbalh may be sacreUly
utMrved, Uws favitrable la tntrutjeriH.e ftltullsJwtJ,
ChrUt's Kingdom of truth and lo caablishcd through
ouiiise woiiaL. it,to;i 7, rsuin. t);i 14.
STUHUAV Jan. ijih llrarr fur Musiona, tliat
more Ubotert nuy be raised up and sent forth, thai
converts from Idoltorv and siifcrstllkMi nuv be UcaJ
rasi intiieuitn. wtu seen 10 win sou it iuliiiui tkiitt
.f.t 1 . a a ' . . t . ,
greater carnesvtness fcmj cthctency J kjkI the wcalih of
ChristUn j-ntle cunsccrateU to the wotk of human re
tUraptluti. Is. 51:715. Luke 10:1 -rt.
avttUAY, Jan. 14m semtotis. itius i;ij.
A NNUAl. MKKT1N0 of ihe Hawaiian Agrtcul
jt lural Cunipany will be Iteld at the offue of C
.Hiewcr .fcCo. on 'lUESDAY. lanuarv 16. lUi.st ia
u'sluck a. st. JOSLTH O. CAk 1 1 R,
111 PUuitaiion Company mill be held at !' ortke of
sVTOTIL'E. -lite umual uwctiiiif of lhi
C. Ilrewer 4 Cu. wi WEDNI.SDAY. lamury 17,
iMj, at luuVUk A. m. P. C JONKS. Jr., i'y,
YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
If l'u ITunI a tluud Walth,
If Vou Want Clock m Walcli Kriultini; IVinc
.Nit. It Kinq SraaiT
Amtric&n Eagle Association
Of tU UlUltJ Stale
I Intswysa'ausl Asl ir, iHi.
laetatiaeat tnj h jalu CuwUmJ. PaitlU la m
Nt:w HOOK 1
A llnMi f. Ihe I'aitW Takla.
A M-HV a Intttrsl to at! It.a.l.fS.
r mine nlly a Itnuk ut Ilia llmt.
The fulfil tin 11 TflHir-rtrnrr IVnr ItnnK,
llavoird In It.. Ariiiiirary if ImaI Abstinent
and S-jctal rUfurm.
Ijlile.1 and rnmHe,l ,r l. M. CnjwlrV, lair 1 h
llrtiUn.l I'm,, ai! Udiiter l Ihe I), and taltt,
I. O, I. 1., ftyilney.
'Hi alrtve named nuUlealkm is rww In llm .tlni.r'i
harhU ami will Im rea.ly for sale l,y January I, 1M1
llutlneat nimt and tilhert wishing space, tat adtrlba.
menu vtmild do wall In send in their ord.rt la the Mat
llallAV I'amrilTmi eaily , mm
BW nnDFORD AN D SAN PKACISCO
MA Nil, A OOHDAOE,
ft 'thread lo Ci Indies,
Also, IM'.MI1 COItDAOr. Jt American and Itimlan
ItUSSIA IIOI.T itoi'i:,
MANlUt IIOI.T rtOI'1
SI'.IZINO, MAKI.IN, IIOU.1f.IN,
All of wlilth will he v,l,l at l.iw as blTeted bv other
!ai1les, In (iiiatitillet desired.
"I IIOM.KS CO.
I M. OAT Jr., ft Co.,
Honolulu, II, I,,
Would take this method of iriformintf tlieinhArjitanlso
1 lunotuhi, and the oilier Isdndi trust
.they luve oened a
Stationery and News Depot In the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ula 11 1,- lUml;,
ATphi orttit ilit in Hooka,
Ink anil Miiclhiffc,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cone.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc
OnleritUtkrnftirtlHH lir-rfoilterl or nrtrn
fMfjier IMiit tnuy he tlriilrril.
lVomtit attention will he given to the Mailing
of i'ajiers to subscribers 011 any of the other
Islands; Also, becM for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red UuMrfr Stamp received and promitly
.V.IHTKlt 3IKCIIAS1CH ASH OTItKUH.
The Services of a Live nnd Reliable
COLI.KCTO.K OP II1M.S has been enKaEed for Ihe
expiration of the present quarter and vear.
All accounts sent here, for collection will receive
urotniit attention. Keturns made daily.
taj-tm CAVKNAOII'S AGENCY
US. MCALLISTER & GROSSMAN,
OP SAN rKANCISCU, CAL.,
Will te In Honolulu soon after January i. 1883, to
practice theirjirofession. Dr. McAllister, resident dentist
in San Francisco for the last eighteen eart. will heme.
pared to jay particular attention to the restoration of
the natural teeth with colored gold filling. They will
le prepared to visit the differ ent islands whenever their
services may be required by the people. na-jm
PMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
Honolulu, II, I
.Iff I'rrTHiilA nrrhintl 'iif(f,irtir, fliirl till
I'llrllfM elinrr In Honolulu
or at any of the oilier Islands in the eroup, In want
of Employees, will tlease make their want known to
the unjertitrncd, who will do all In their
it known to
Kiwer to fill
iuerit;ncu, wno ill uo all in their lower to
B. F. Dillingham,
I. B. Athcrton.
. C. Jones. Ir..
Emilo men! Coininitlee, Y. M. C A.
COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned has recently fitted up
In elegant mj lc, the large roomy Cottage formerly be
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street,
be) 01 .d the Commercial Hotel premises,
for the purpose of conducting
A superior lodglng House
Hie name of this pleasant retreat is the "Willi K
HOUSl-a.' It cannot be surpassed In the kingdom for
comfort and cleanliness.
IHE GROUNDS AKE SPACIOUS
nnd ornamented vUh shade trees.
Persons of respectability may always be suteof aclieer
ful home there. A stitini, room Is set apart for the con
venlence of gueMs. A FEW MOKK KOOMS AKK
VACANT. Terms atwa)s moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Iioi.eiur.
1 4T Many of our readers will rememVr Mrs. White
iis TUiiJ(ur in 1 11c ismjiiik iiutists un run aiifrtri, M'
joining the 1'antheoti Mablcs,
fortatJe home under her management. m-jin
which was such a com
containing it) species at $10.00 and Jta.ooeach.
Part sets containing as of the smaller and rarer species
at $1.50 and $1.00 each. Orders from abro-wl must In
elude uUge, 91.30 and y cents respectively iter set,
tUssrt 10 accompany an oruers can ue in u, a,
...u... Lv.....iii nu fi 'iiiuiiim
For tale at 'l 1 10S. (I.
IllkUM'S Fort street
A while Oxtk wants a situation. Also a first -class
Teamster, coachman or opt ess driverran drive a to 6
horses or mules.
Chinese Cook.. Willing Id do housework, assailing era
ploy me nt.
A Nurse Chi wants a situation Arst-cUst ImaI refer
Apply lo CAVKNAUGirS AOENCV,
116 No, M King ref.
RAIblNS AND CURRANIS-SULTANA KAI.
slut ttul Zanll Curraitts in ijuun.1 suka
Ke, new aiwl fieslu Fur tale by BolUs g Co. ill
Two Tap Btstjajleat,
TiVO SKCONII-IIAND KXl'KKSStS, ONE
SKATKIJ llASKKT CUT-UNDKK, ONE
IIEACII WAOON, ONE SINGLE
IlKAV, IIOK.SE ANU
All tli. above are lii nusal urtler, iteaily at gooJ at liew
aiot (1. WEST.
MIE EVILS OP PAINTING
" It has been said Uh muth Wuth, too, that Itouse
uliaii.t rultiht. with study end aaimiewent of tutf
t flume its rank aa hWrIj,"''Merri.t4a.
lUlievin.r the above ta b true. A. IL KHkK lUsnow
legafiiMMl his ysitnt f wwtktn the bus. la
llotwelulu. Iii the tust l4ace. he has sxiueU the sesLet
of that celebrated aitla Mr. Mai Kuhn. (onuerty of
dau rramucu, hiuum wwta w tn ineie
i'f4lM mm. I icrsiffr lr-!!,(,
I'ltuviiitt. etc. U Mp ta ih 4ecl time uiuurii.us)l
kissL on thce UUihils. has netei been xiUaJUJ. h'at
uMselaiutLii4 fvba, i(aiLaM mcsltaitisaS wJy Ul be
lu future, (sint au did U(wi ny feliilUn
every onJt r oa the UuM ssjebtta: Ussu kstowa 14 lle
SUiNI-AINriNO AND UTIKKINO
Itait8i4t4 will be trmAftly MsUd user by Mr.
sUfcaOhtbt(AlMBi (fuithcf cuMiwera kis(fs.sr)),
I. &cnJ fur iWtiatin tf fresco fr ifliluuis anJ
CuruLeotMthiAf mstJ ant If Vv4 want aufjtas
sii im, stwi m ine
No, jl Kino SriKKT .. ....... UciKtHyt-t
K. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
n i:ai. 1 stat 1 : at auction,,,
SiiIuviIiiii, ilttiiilitri tllh,
Al 11 M., tl alereom, will I vl n follgln(
PAIlCKIJt or LAND
RITUATKIr IN ItONOI. IM. lit
lot 1 mlaln rW Tarn l'att),ei, In llaiihauVolj
I 0ifw teres.
IjA a csmlatrrf Vmrleen Tam Paulas, at llul,auM
t ll.lov acres,
he j eonlatitt Two Tar Palthea, at Kamtatlt,
A 4 coMtlnt On Tar fault, al KainaWU ,
1 7-tin aire.
foe outlier partkstkri, aJy 19 . II. DOI.K
n .'. '. .1 HAMS, .liirlhinrrr.
EOULAH CASH SALE
Tluivmltiy, January I 'lilt,
AT 10 A. H.. Aft4AlR3l"M.
Sack. Sugar, and
E. P. ADAMS -- AnotloBoar
tmk KrcKirr, nx latk Ahaivau,
, Or StLtXTIONS IN
MISCKI.LmVNEOU's hooks, 1
CKACK1.EU CLASS VASES,
'Windsor ft N.wton'i
FINE LEATHER & FLUSH HAGS, bicststtles,
I'URSES, CARD CASES, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, GLASS PAPER WEIGHTS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of latest styles lo be followed with
regular supplies each month,
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine atscttment cf latest noselllet In
Tlie abovecnxll are openej al tlie FORT STREET
STORE, (llic.er's IU.A) anU art (Jaceil al iNe
lowest litfuret fur the encsjuraaemenl of Ituvers,
lluih il.. rORI' AND MERCHANT
STREET MORES .ill I.eunJuaeJ
on as Ulieral a basis lu the ublt
as tuaalblc, contmeiuurate . ith
In all cases.
Corresiurhlenc. rettectrully solklleJ and OrJcra
fallhlully atlenJe.1 lo. I. G. T. takes Jeasui
In annouTKlnf tn. selestioo U lh lAsest
aial finest slusk of MISCKI.HNE-
OUS an,l PREbENTAllON
Art and Fancy Good,
For the Fall Trade, dm nutke of srhUb will be ivttt
ouitceitof Kautfii Insslcea. Al) havli) Wen
apointctl Agtut tr the
American Tract Society's
AfbUstcxkrihelr lUsiisUe 1 100 Kit, Dtlll.ES a4
'I KS1 AM FN I S wdl U kept .hi hand, and a liberal
allowance tusde to Sunday JhIoJs and leather
from (.ia I Vice. 4")11
npilB II AW All AK
Almanac and Annual for 1883
Is now isadr for dUifry.
f lls-lui IMPS. O. lllriUH, IVbtUUc,
NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
Mr. yrrftrtU lu furnUh 17.H. .! Kill
HMles for M.e.
With at .ulusit Can ItnJ laMm4lie. ijevlally
AIIAni.I IOR SUUAK I'UNTATIONl
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LuiUe fwr til sasrUMta,
Laum tsar LrMSMe.
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li la. lv. Mania aaj Makuwr atur U swat at .
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, easJ ts SdU Isstai
cam cat eaamisa.
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