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SATURDAY, JANUARY t;, Mj.
Notice of any erenls of Interest trantplrlne; on
the other Islands wilt always be thankfully received
far publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their tree nme to all communication,
not for publication necessarily, but ai a guarantee
that the writer l aetlntr In good faith.
Advertisements must be tent In by Prlday noon.
Ho Iniertlon for the current lime can be ruaran-
ieea wnen sens in laier. AavertlSers will mark
the number of Insertion! deilred, from which date
they charge; any not to marked will be charged t
Donble-cotiimn advertisements, cuts and large
typei will not be admitted Into our columnar
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
'"C.f01""""' tnr price. Theie rule will be
rigidly adhered to.
Tnc Supreme Court adjournal last Monday.
There was a large attendance at the Hand
concert at Kmma Square last Monday evening.
The army was out drilling in the streets dur
ing the moonlight evenings this week.
The Kafioani came here from Hawaii last
Saturday for rcairs.
Our S. I', commercial Idler as also the regu
lar S. 1". cnrrcsKndenec in Ihe present Issue
will lie found interesting.
J, M. Davidson ICv),, left for the Coast by
the . G. Invin on Thursday, and expects to
lie absent sometime.
In our supplement will lie found the ki
read by lion. A. I'. JuiM, on Thursday even
ing of last week, before the V. M. C. A.
The regular annual parade of the I'itc De
partment, on the jiVof February, will lie lost
oncd to the Coronation.
The placing of the Lthua on Ihe l.ikelikt't
route and other tcmxraiy steamer changes
have made business lively for the schooners.
The Julia sailed lor the (iilhcrt Islands last
Tuesday with lfi8 adults anil in children
from those islands; she also carried 4 passen
gers. The remainder of the account of the liana
murder case, continued from last week, vwll
appear in our next, as we have not space for it
Two men of the crew ol the bark Hermann
made a cowardly ami brutal assault on Ihe cook
of that vessel last Saturday. They were prompt-
ly arrested and confined,
In to-day's 1'kkss is icsumetl the publication
of the intcicsling " Reminiscence" ailicles on
old times In Hawaii, and hoie to continue
them without another brcak'Io their close.
The government anil consular flags were at
half-mast on Thursday out of respect to the
memory of Ihe late K. II. Allen, Hawaiian
Minister to the United Slates.
The U. S. S. Mekammna which arrived
from Cnlho on Thursday, has, among her olfi.
ccrs, several who have been in I lonotulu before
and arc well known to many residents.
Governor Stoneman, of California, has ap
poinlcd J. J. Ayers, of Los Angeles, formerly
editor of the Honolulu Daily Herald, Super
intendent of the stale printing odicc.
Among the passengers who arrived by the
JttJnji,wcrcMr. H.W. Severance, Hawaiian
Consul at San l'rancisco, and I'rof. C. II.
Hitchcock of Dartmouth college.
Island steamers and schooners have had to
contend with heavy surf at some of Iheir land
ings and in some places were unable to dis
charge or take on cargoes.
Sailing vessels from the islands to the Coast
lave made good passages of late. Those com
ing this way have been detained within sight
of the Islands by baflling winds.
Prof. Hitchcock delivered the first of his
course of scientific lectures last night at the
Lyceum under the auspices of the V. M. C. A.
His subject was, "What may lie learned from
Niagara Kalis." Wc arc unable to give an ex
tended notice in to-day's 1'rkss.
There have liven a number of runaways
among expresses and drays during the week,
but fortunately no one has been seriously hurt.
In the course of time some cople may learn
that it is not safe to leave horses standing alone
in the street, even for a short time.
We have received from the publishers,
Houghton, Mifllinft Co., Iloston, a I.ongfet
low calendar for 1SS3. There is a quotation
from some of his numerous works for each day
of the year. It is a nmcl.idea and is the hand
somest of the many calendars wc have re
ceived. J. M. Kapcna, Hawaiian Envoy to Japan,
with J. L. Kaulukou, Secretary, relumed by
the Australia, They were accompanied by M.
Sugi, Vice-Minister of His I, J, M. Household,
commissioned as envoy extraordinary lo attend
the coronation of King Kalakaua; M. Ishi
Kulil, Secretary of Legation; Michinori S.
Nagasaki, l'rof. K. Sugi, of Toklo University,
and V. Kaklguchi. M. S. Nagasaki, It will l
remembered, was here once liefore.
Wo have received from Mr. K. W, I-aine,
Consul of Saln, a copy of No. 1, Vol. II, of
the " Bulletin of the Geographical Society of
Madrid" which contains a long and interesting
article on the Hawaiian Islands (Las. Idas 11a
uall). It gives an account of Its first discovery
by Spanish esscU and the soyages of later ex
plorers. It also treats at length of the geo
graphical situation, climate, physical aspect,
volcanic ciruptlons, productions, population,
language, history, government, religion, char
aclcr ami customs, Inlclectual cultuie, Indus
try and commerce, etc. It Is well written and
the fust pait Is scry interesting,
A most commendable piece of woik is now
being prosecuted by the ioad-suvrlsor at the
foot of Koit stieet, whereby the bed of the
street it raised fully one foot by broken volcanic
lock, and bedded dow n with soil and black
-sand by the road crusher. The woik will be
continued up Fort street to the crossing of
Queen stieet, and will be further improved by
a side-walk of heavy planking on each tide.
Inasmuch as nearly all of the buslnot traffic of
Honolulu passes over this section, cither at its
commencement 01 finish, we look uon this as
the most substantial nunc in Minister Hush's
administration, and will prove a boon to an-
wait and pcdcstiuns,
The attendance at Mr, Wiay Ta) lot's tenth
wgau recital, at St. Andrew's church last Tues
day evening, drew out the largest attendance
of any of the scries, and shows that they are
glowing in popularity. The tinging by Miss
MkMcU u highly spoken of. Kollowfcig it
1'itlmte ami I'uaua 00 the name of Uac a , . .
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mil WIW MMM.
It w.n falsely rcxitteit this morning that the
Snet was, ofT Maui In low of the Kilanea lieu.
The schooner Anna was seen In cotniKtny vtilli
the latter vend.
The f.iMile, which has licen undergoing re
pairs for some weeks, will lie flnaleil tn-itay
"Wanted: Itackbonc," will be Mr. Cruran's
theme Sunday morning, and "Doubt and
Duty," In the evening.
The schooner Emma lies on the lieach at
Walanae. She has licen aliandoncd and will
lie sold by the underwriters.
An editorial on the Aih'trliur't views of the
segregation of lepers, and other matter, is un
avoidably crowded out.
The annual meeting of the Athletic Associa
tion will be held on Friday evening next,
Febtiary 1 d. Apart of the business will lie
election of officers.
A meeting ol the Honolulu liar was held on
Thursday morning at which eulogies were pro
nounced on the late F.lisha II. Allen, formerly
Chief Justice, by several mcmliers, and appro
priate resolutions passed. Lack of space forbids
further notice this week.
Following is the programme for the Hand
concert at F.mma Square to-day, at 4.30 l m,
Ove rture-TnncreJI Kosslnl
Gavotte Secre I l-ove (by retpjesl) Kesrh
Seleclitm 'Pie Sonamlmla Itellinl
Nuctlirno- Number To (new Chopin
festival Maich-Chailemagne (new). Obctlhur
Maluilca Augusta (new) Parlow
The rcapearancc of the Hawaiian Amateur
Minstrels on Saturday last after so long a pe
riod of inactivity, proved a iwrfect success.
The programme was long and very good, and
the singing consisted of both F.nglish and Ha
waiian songs. Many of the jokes were very
good, though sometimes it was difficult to hear
all that was said. The banjo and harmonica
solos and the clog dancing received merited
applause, ns did the Irapcrc performance of A.
Kcuinl. The attendance was very large and
the financial result encouraging to the lioys
who propose to aprwar again soon.
The U. S. S. Ladatvanna arrived on Thurs
day, forty-two days from Callao, Peru. She
rctiorls that a Flench manof-war left Guay
aqull alniut a week ahead of her, and that 11.
II. M. S. Mutine was to follow from Callao in
a few days. Following is a list of the officers
of the Laeka:vanna:
Passed Assistant -Surgeon
Passed Assistant.Kngineer. . .
Kirst-I.Teutenant of Marines.
I l. C. Woodrow,
I lxuit Kingsley,
1. . iuun,
I. fi. L.. Collin.
I. M. Koir.
V, J. Moses,
V. I. Ilonfil.
C II. While
A. C llelTinger
) Q. A. Ziecler
George IC Tower
J J. I- Wood,
t A. K. Smith.
V. M. Long
K. A. McDonald
The steamer Suet due here from San Fran
cisco on the 161I1 inst., has not arrived up to
the time ol going to press. As soon as it was
found on the arrival of the Australia on Tues
day that she had sailed from San Francisco on
schedule time, it decame apparent that she had
met with some misfortune, and immediate
steps were taken to search for her. The AY
lauta J011 discharged her cargo and took in a
large supply of coal and departed at mid-night
at the expense of her owner, Capt. Hobron.
She was followed by the C. A', liishop, sent
out at the expense of the Hawaiian and Fug-
lish governments, the agents and friends of
those on the Sua. The former will cruise
almut within five or six hundreds miles of the
islands and return to-morrow if nothing is seen
of her. The liishop will continue onto San
l'rancisco in the usual steamer course between
here and the Coast, if nothing is learned
sooner. The Uesferian, Almy and Ella have
airived from San Francisco but saw nothing of
the Suez. It is probable that she was picked
up by the City cA'eu York and towed in to
San Francisco on the trip up. The weather
has licen pleasant, as reported by vessels ar
riving here, and there is little fear that any
thing more serious has hapcncd than the
breaking of some part of the machinery that
may liavc necessitated her return to San Fran
cisco. If the accident occurred in the latitude
of the trades she would try to make this port,
and if further north, would put back, in which
case we need not look for her for a few days
longer. The U. S. S. Wathusttt is probably
on her way here from S. F., as well as sailing
vessels and it is not likely that the Suez can be
making her way under sail without encounter
ing some of these or those in search of her.
The Eva, Invin and Kalakaua have sailed
from this xirt for the Coast, and the Invin
has orders to cruise about for the Sues. The
U. S. S. Lackawanna now in xut will go in
search of her, if nothing is heaid of her by Ihe
time she has completed her necessary repairs.
It is not yet time to lose hojK'. The Sues is
proliably at the Coast; and if disabled the pas
sengers will lie comfortable until they reach
port, as she has an abundance of all necessa
ries. t 1 1
1), 11, Hitchcock Kst. and family propose
to make the ascent of Mauna Kca Jan. 24, and
bring to II ilo a lot of Ice, cut from the lake,
where It Is several feet thick, so that they may
treat their friends and neighliors with some ice
cream. ...llilo is a fine place to recuperate in;
thermometer from 64 to So for some weeks
ust ; rain water is scarce, dust cheap, climate
peifectly delightful.... Nothing specially wor
thy of mention this week from Kohala ; no
more accidents heard of; the last unfortunate is
out again, although he has not entirely re
covered from Its effects.... There have heen
tome quite still Kona winds of late,,., The
employees in the Honolulu Post Office have
not yet learned to tend alt mail matter belong.
Ing to an indisldual, to the same office here,
and a special camel it employed to straighten
matters between the two offices that are about
four miles apart,.., Am glad to see that you
hive given a hit at the excavations at the foot
of Punchbow I, which are in tome placet below
the street level. A little forethought by those
Interested, especially since the town liegan to
grow to rapidly in that direction, would base
tuggotcsl that the work lie done with an c)c
to the future, especially in the matter of sewer
ages, The chuich sociable was held on Ihe
iSth, at Ihe parsonage.,. .After leading the
coirespondence of "S " in the '. C. A., the
pbnters of this district will all undoubtedly
begin to plan lo build themselves palaces. I
must be a delightful etpcilence to them, to
Is-am that they are all worth a million each I
Hut the question U, where is it deposited?
"S" failed to make that known,,., Another
vciy antiquated Postal arrangement it that
letters fioin hcie for Maui are carried to Ho
nolulu, to come back from lU.e, Hence there
is a week's delay in obtaining replies.
THE rKSMlMR VS. A h'KEE PXESS.
EplTQft Palis, ; The AJvtrtistr of Jan.
25 says 1 "We appreciate a vigorous and hon
est opposition to watch all Governmental
action, and If it Is not in accord with principles
pertaining to the public welfare It should be
promptly and sharply criticised."
This Is exactly what the editor of Ihe Gaulle
has lieen li)ing to do. As a public journalist,
as a friend to the King and the community,
he has sharply and honestly criticised Govern
mental nions ns lieing pregnant with icril to
the national welfare. Hut (he Premier thinks
he must be the judge of what this criticism
should be. If it is not in accord with his views
of proprietory, or If it liecomci icrsonal and
pointed -if it should reproduce extracts from
one of the most Influential and widely circula
ted .crs In the U. S. to 'show what public
opinion there is, it becomes "vlllanous abuse"
and " treasonable Insinuations against the
peace of Ihe country," and forsooth for this he
should at least forego Ihe emoluments that he
receives from the Government j or, in plain
words, If the sentiment expressed In his paper
on government xlicy docs not accord with
those of the Premier, he had (setter resign his
AiT.? )' THE MISSIONARY
The Morning Star airived Thursday morn
ing. She left June 19, l8Sj, and on this, her
twelfth voyage, sailed 12,229 miles. The
winds and currents have been unusually favor
able, as Captain Hray reports only 431 hours
of calm and 543 miles of head current. July
loth, anchored at Tapilcuca, finding the
George NoMe there. Nineteen days were spent
In the Gilbert islands. At Apcmama the King
and 300 of his people were waiting to be ad
mitted lo the church. He had visited Maiana
and addressed the people there, urging them
to give up dancing and thinking and accept
the religion or Jesus. On Marakal the old
man, who is the ruling power In this as in
many other islands of the group, hail enacted
a prohibitory law. Whoever persisted in mak
ing or drinking toddy had his cocoa-nut trees
cut down as a penalty. At Apaiank Kcv. Mr.
Walkup put his house and school on Ixianl the
Morning Star and moved the institution to
Kusaic. Left Hularitati July 29, and arrived
at Kusaic August 13th. The various mission
aries here organired themselves into he Mi
croncsian Mission, with Ihe design of holding
an annual meeting and conferring with one
another on the condition and progress of the
missionary work. Ponapc was reached August
27th, Mokil and I'ingelap being visited on the
way. Kcv. Mr. Sturgis, Kcv. Mr. Houston
and wife, Mr. Kami and Miss Fletcher were
landed here, and Mr. Rand's house. Septem
ber 1st the Morning Star returned to Kusaic,
and taking on lioard Dr. Pease and his family
and scholars with Mrs. Kami, sailed Septem
ber 16th for a voyage through the Marshall
Islands, touching at Namcrik, Ebon, Jaluit
(where Mr. A. Capcllc has recently been ap-
inted United States Consular Agent), Mille,
Arno, Mejuro.Malocap, taking away for Hono
lulu the Hawaiian missionary Kckuewa, nnd
anchored again Octoler 29th at Kusaic, having
visited all the missionary stations and given the
old scholars (twelve men and Iwys) an oppor
tunity to visit home, and taking two new ones.
Landed Mrs. Kami at Ponapc November 7th,
and then taking Res-. Mr. Doanc and some
Ponapcan teachers, railed for the Mortlocks
and Kuk. At Uman 200 of the Ruk natives
came on board to visit the largest vessel. A
new teacher was landed at Tefan ; the one left
last year at Utct had died. There are now
four churches with ninety-three members in
Kuk, and the whole people an well as others
to the west arc desirous of teachers. Reached
Ponape December 12th, on the return voyage,
having been gone only thirty-one days. De
cember 21st started homeward for Honolulu,
bringing back Mr? and Mrs. Houston, whose
intention at first was to go to Kusac. Hut in
coining out in the last boat the plug was
knocked out, and when miles from land the
lioat sank to the gunwales. By dint of swim
ming and floating the whole party reached the
shore in safety. Most of the. freight, which
had been thrown out, was recovered the next
day. Just before sailing, the Greyhound,
from California, arrived at Ponape, bringing
news of the arrival of the Julia at Honolulu
the day after the Morning Star left. This was
all the news heard from Honolulu during the
ECHOES FROM ABROAD.
The following, by the Australia, shows how
the invitations to the coronation were received
Queen Victoria to the Prince of Wales:
Now, Al., please don't joke about the farce;
it ceases to be a joke, the shape things are
taking. What does the fellow mean? They
have got hold of it at Astley's and have it
every night. Take the children over there;
the second clown crowns the King Clown every
night with shovelfuls of sawdust.
Alfred All right, ma; I was only trying
you, if you could sec whc'ie the joke came in.
Our Alf. was out there amongst that anthro
pophagy people, and, to our great surprise, we
got him back raw; didn't cook him as they
cooked Cook, but, ma, they larded 01 smeared
him with cocoanut oil prearatory to the process
a la liishop Patterson. I won't name the
When the word crown was mentioned In
France, the President simply replied! "The
crown lie Mowed 1" The man who had men
tioned the royal tile skedaddled until the thing
Fine old William of Prussia, in response to
a kind of a dim, misty hint about a crown,
only said Bah I
Piince Uismarck, that profound thinker, ob
served to hit august master that "when the
three aged Hawaiian youths now In that naval
military school In Italy changed their position,
it would materially affect the balance of some
thing (perhaps the bandits 4nd streets robbers),
therefore, undei the circumstances, I do not
Italy and Austria, learning Uismarck was not
going to the show, thought it best to stop at
home and mind their own shops.
Portugal it waiting to hear of the treatment
of several shipments of hci emigrants before
making fuither advances.
Spain has a tick baby, therefore cannot
Kussia says the has, unfortunately, a similar
jolt on hand and hopes toi'iv to see it through;
would be glad to tell out at any price.
The Pope was indignant al the heretic's
presumption, but says he wilt tend a bull.
.Charley, whowat on the continent at the time,
hapiKiicd to be in a tinsmith's shop where the
crown was being tlnketed, and, hearing this
conversation, uttcied a "bully for him; just
what we want on our new ranch, a bull from
the Pope. Kvery Catholic in the country will
give 30 centt pet pound for out pope bull beef,'
telephoned Hopkins in London to look well
after the brute; have him photo'd with a
Roman note, if possible.
The chap In Tuikey said he thought they
grew turkeys wild up In the mountains j could
be got foi stealing. Another thing, the giilt
on the llotphorut object to the old roan going,
but, in the handsomest manner possible, of
fered to tend the Khedive, who has bad much
experience on large tugu plantations; man
ages! to get plenty of labor 01 no pay; thinks
be would be useful filla. He would also
chuck la Anbi) be U such an lufaoal Uai;
would lie invaluable as Minister of Foreign
Affairs. He lied six Russian Mctronichcs and
GortschokofTs from Moscow to Siberia ; would
tie grateful If the government would take the
pair as n gift.
The Kmperor of Morocco says he knows the
color too well; ordered a leather medal to lie
Sweden and Norway No more salt fish lo
give away 1 have a little fish of our own to fry.
Shah of Persia (reply) Oh, Sho 1
The chaps In Liberia want lo know "what
massa got for to yam ; yah, yah, yah."
Greece Says Kngland his only left heraj.tr
of lard, at the king's dispml, if he will only
send for It ; wants to know what became of
Nicholas George's estate?
The Mikado of Japan thought he had al
ready settled the matter.
The Knqicror of China was In a fearful stale (
Ins tenier was 3689 In the shade; said the
country was well enough for his criminals, but,
"send that man who brought the taper home,
wlhout his head."
The Colonial chaps said they knew the old
bloke; "send him a lxxmicrang and a kanga
roo to scratch his old gin."
New Xcaland regretted not having Tommy
hawked one of the tribe whosjnee visited their
Ould Ireland And Is it a counlhry with a
crown on the top yecs arc wantin' a tlaccnt
man to come to. The crown we've got Is one
too many ; may be ye'll have a sprinkling of
l'hienix Park toys-wid yecs, widout the send
United States Get Kearney and his lioys lo
put In an appearance, just to cheer him a bit j
he's got to spoul'lhat crown shortly; wc have
old Spreckels standing by with the spondulicks.
Mexico is too busy to leave home, etc; has
several second-hand ciowns for sale cheap, to
lie had, on Inquiry, at any pawn-shop.
Holland Vat? that gountry vat make the
pag of koflec for dc cxiosition so far pack as a
few years, eh ? Mcin got I yah, yah I He pud
tie krown on his hed ; he got nnpody so much
as our. I vas have so much compassion on his
lieplcs as to think of lending 'em a few tousand
pags of goot koffee, but inc smart man Iras-el
mlt tie big man, so plack as never vas, s-as tel
me dat tie gttntry vas ine small spot, untl dat
inc tousand pags koffee but on one side dc
gunilry would make a kaprirc und upset. Vet,
I askctl my lieplc to do somcting nnd so far as
they can ; they say they offer him a yob Xtn a
koffee plant in Yava (copper coins) a day.
Aote. (Translated from the Dutch) Inquire
of your Premier the value of that copper coin.
Your Premier was an old, unwilling, detained
guest in our Java Colony, and no doubt will
well remember his host's (jailer) expression to
him day by day in Malay colloquy: "Gangle
lang lag! skali kgatu." Polite as the Malays
are, his host left out the small word of respect,
A home remark: Oh I how it fills my soul
with joy, to think His M. is not a bit rufllcd or
jealous with the "wrecks" without crown that
have come into his dominion without Charlie's
invite, a la moite lager bcer-hoyne.
Those unfortunate "wrecks" ought to lie a
warning lo the Kcx. They have called on an
old, tried friend to take them up, to cradle
them, to help them out of their filikeas and to
start them off again on life's stormy sea in a de
cent, respectable and trustworthy shape, and
the tried friend said: "I'll doit," which means
DEATH OF EI.ISHA H. ALLEN.
PIED AT THE WHITE HOUSE ON NEW YEAR'S
Shortly after Mr. Klisha II. Allen, Minister
of the Hawaiian Islands, had been presented
lo the Prcsitlent, at his New Year's reception,
he complained of feeling unwell and proceeded
to the ante-room for his outer clothing. He
was chatting cheerfully with some acquaintan
ces when suddenly he became speechless and
fell back upon a sofa. Passed Assistant Sur
geon Hannebcrgcr, of the Navy, was the first
medical man in attendance. lie was quickly
joined by Dr. Ilasil Norris of the Army, Surgeon-General
Crane, United States Army and
Medical Director Brown, United States Navy,
who all endeavored by the employment of
every eaueuieni ai uanu to resuscitate tnc
stricken diplomat. The death was almost in
stantaneous, and was caused by angina pector
is. Dr. Hannebcrgcr, who was in the cloak
room at the time of the attack, and was in at
tendance at the moment of death, says that the
Minister made but three or four inspirations
from the time at which he fell upon the sofa
until life was extinct. There was no struggle
The final call came apparently without premo
nition, excepting a slight sensation of closeness
in the chest, which the Minister mentioned to
his son, and the ending shocking in its sudden
ness as it was, was peaceful. Just previous to
entering the cloakroom for his overcoat, Mr.
Allen passed, with Judge William A. Richard
son, of Ihe Court of Claims, the compliments
of the season, and then the gentcmen relaxed
the courtly demeanor of the occasion and ex
changed witticisms at which both laughed quite
heartily. This laughter it is thought induced the
fatal attack. At the time of his death Mr. Allen
wore a broad red riblton under the coat over
his right shoulder, across the breast and around
the left hip, with the inscription of the Order
of Kamchamcha unon it. His form was much
emaciated and the liody when carried out of
inc executive Mansion to tnc vehicle Dy which
it was conveyed to the hotel seemed as light as
a boy of fifteen.
The President was shaking hands with Nich
olas Callan, when the news reacheil him of the
death of Minister Allen, of Hawaii, with whom
he had but a few moments liefore shaken hands.
The Prcsitlent was much affected, and the re
ception was at once discontinued. Ut to this
time President Arthur had been in the best of
spirits, and gave a hearty handshake to every
one whose face was familiar, and n pleasant
smile and greeting to all. The announcement
of the death of Mr. Allen followed so quickly
upon the fust rexnt of his illness that the two
were almost simultaneous. A gentleman who
was present, dcscrilies the scene as an affecting
one, the President basing been affected to
tears. He is said to be an impressionable man
and the tad event had to him the force of an
evil omen, occurring, as It has, at his New
Year's icceptlon, which he had hoiied to nuke
to brilliant, and following to closely upon
another tragic event which has shadowed hit
Secretary Frrlinghuyscn suspended hit re
ception of the members of the diplomatic corps
on learning of the death of the Hawaiian Min
ister, but later in the day held hit usual recep
tion. The funeral took place fiom All Souls'
Church. The body was not removal to the
chuich until just before the commencement of
the ceremonies. The President and members
of the Cabinet were seated in the second and
third pews, adjoining those set apart for the
Diplomatic Corps. All the foreign legationt
were represented. The members of both the
Senate and House committees on Foreign Af
fairs were present in a body. The Justices of
the Supreme Court, Senators and Representa
tives in Congiets, ami other officials were as
signed (o teatt in the liody of the church. The
remains were met at the door of the church and
preceded by Dr. Shipicn, the pastor of All
Souls' Church, and catiicd down the aisle, fol
lowed by the ushers and the honorary pall
bearers Mr. Slqihen Preston, Arittarchi liey,
Count Lewcnhaupt, Viscount Dat Nougerriat,
Scnor Don Francisco llarca, Hon. Mr. West,
ami Cheng Ttao Ju. the Chinese Minister.
The casket wat carried by six young men and
placed in front oi the pulpit. Mr. Frederick
Allen walked with his utter, Miss Allen, ami
followed Mr. Elisha Allen, Jr., and friend, Dr.
The Older of the service was a reading by
Dr. Shtppcn. thetincini! of the I Iran No. 776
the "Lachrymota," from Motart, and the ben-
The cortece then proceeded to the llahimore
and Potomac depot in the following order I
Military Eacott of Four COaiparuat of the Sacood Ar-
Carriages, cojlalnlnf Paltbaaren, McoiLtnof th ftm-
My, rroMcni ana aacaaocr 01 1& s-abuMS
The remains were conveyed to Bancor.
Maine, vjttcic they ajijvcd January tHh, and
were taken to the residence of deceased's moth
cr-in-law. The funeral nt that place was at
tended by many relative, among whom were
those alvc mentioned, Col. W. F, Allen and
wife, of Honolulu, Dr. nnd Mrs. II. Wcsseb
hocft the latter a daughter of Mr. Allen. Mr.
A. Williams, Chief of the Diplomatic Hurcau
of the Department of State, was also present.
The funeral services svere conducted by Prof.
J. S. Scsvatl and the pallbearers were Hon.
Hannibal Hamlin, Hon. S. II. Illack, Hon.
W. II. McCrillil, Mayor Strickland, A. San
liorn, C. P. Stetson, F, A. Wilson, A. W,
The body was placed in the receiving house
in is-iiiiuii 1111 soring wnen 11 ssiu 11c lemoveil
lo Mount Auburn cemetery, Itoston, for final
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The following items of foreign news arc tak
en from San Francisco cxcltangcs to the 16th
The Ncwhall I louse, Milwaukee, capable of
accommoiiating not) guests, SV.-M inirnctl Janu
ary toth. There were comparatively few per
sons in the hotel nt the time but it Is thought
the loss of life is in the ncighborhtxid of 1 50
. .The Chesaeakc and Ohio Railroad Com
trany is cxivcmling $3,000,000 on a steamship
line, and liefore long will have steamships run
nine between Newport and Rio tancirti and
between Newport and Fuioc. . . .A communi
cation from the Secretary of the Navy lias
licen laid before the Senate regarding the rec
ommendations for the construction of three
steel cruisers of about 4000 tons displacement,
to cost each, as cstinmlcil, $1,576,854; three
steel cruisers of 2,500 tons, to cost each, $1,
031,225; one Iron despatch boat, or fast clip
per of almut 5000 tons displacement, to cost
$450,000 and one cruising torticdo boat to cost
$350,000. The vessels will be provided with
1-. !.. .Irt .1 ' , -.1 .
iiui-iiiu ueuceiing aiinor, gun siiicius ami tur
rets, if the Secretary of the Navy and Advisory
Hoard should deem it best to have them con
structed in this way. The amount appropriated
is intended to cover the entire cost of construc
tion of the vessels, with their armor and arma
ment, ready for service. . . . A prominent West
ern lawyer is engaged In preparing a tlraft of
an amendment to the Constitution which will
be offered for Congressional nction this session
that will make it liosslble for citlrens of any
state tp btini' suit against any other stale....
At a meeting of the Union Veteran Ix-ague of
ex-Union soldiers, in Chicago, a preamble and
resolutions sverc passed stating that many of
mem were personally cognuant 01 the causes
leading to General Fitz John Porter's dismis
sal; that the sentence of the court-marshal was
just, nnd that the position taken by Senator
Logan on Ihe bill for General Purler's rein
statement is right..,. The Secretary of State
writes the Chinese Minister that the United
States Government will permit the transit
through the United States of Chinese laborers.
....'ihe King of Siam has made a contribu
tion to the Washington monument fund ... .An
Indian outbreak is threatened in Montana,...
Princess Louise and the Marquis of Ixitnc left
California by the Southern Pacific railroad and
at last accounts were at Charleston, S. C. The
former will probably spend the winter in Her-
inuda A Merlin despatch to the New York
Herald says : In well-informed circles a story
is now circulating to the effect that Kmperor
Wilhelm, on the 22nd of March, which is his
eighty-sixth biithday, si ill abdicate in favor of
tnc irown rnnce Hy tlie liurning of a
circus at llerilitsclull, Kussia, four hundred
persons were injured, nearly two hundred of
them fatally. . .A telegram from official sources
in Constantinople reixirtsth.it some Circassians
attempted to assassinate the Sultan. A woman
divulged the plot and the Albanian body guard
met and defeated the Circassians in the vicinity
of the Sultan's apartments. Several men were
killed in the encounter Gambctta, the
great French statesman, received an accidental
and fatal wound from a pistol, January 1st.
An intimate personal friend of Gambctta s pub
lishes a detailed account of his wound, intend
ed to dispel the various falsities afloat. Gam
bctta, he states, was trying a new revolver,
when the breech stuck fast, owing to the car
tridge not setting properly. Holding the pistol
by the muzzle he endcas'ored to close the breech
forcibly, when the cartridge exploded. The
lady who has recently been prominently men
tioned, so far from being the cause of the acci
dent, nursed him devotedly for 34 days. He
was buried with great ceremony nnd his death
is regarded as a national calamity. General
Chanzy, the well-known French General and
life senator died shortly after. He was also
voted a state funeral Private rumors state
that Gladstone will certainly retire at an early
date.... Private letters from St. Petersburg
state that the Czar recently found in his bed
room a letter from the Revolutionary Commit
tee, demanding a commencement of the prom
ised reforms, and adding that the Committee
possesses a power to forcibly obtain conces
sions.... A Donecal priest accompanied the
Chief Secretary for Ireland in an inspection of
me jurist! 01 i.oiumuKiii. 1 ney visitcil twenty
families who had not a morsel of food in their
houses..,. Merensky, a German missionary,
who was stationed for twenty-two years in
South Africa, declares that a South African
confederacy under the British flag is the only
safeguard against anarchy.. ..The steamship
City of Brussels collided with the steamer A7r
by Hall near Liverpool, January 6th, and sunk
shortly after. A number of people were
drownded. The injuries to the Kiroy Hall
were above the water line. . . .The remains of
John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Sweet
Home," were shipped from Tunis lo the Unit
ed States On the 5th inst.
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting San KranciKO will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms En .Suit and Sin
gle at No. IJ7 Montgomery JSt, Corner Itukh. Mrs.
T, Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
To the Ladles of Honolulu.
After January ist Miss Annie Moyle. a graduate of
the Decorative Art School ol California, v,i be pre
pared to give lessons In Kensington Embroidery at 137
Fort street, iijm
A Successful House 1 A Successful House I A strik
ing Instance of success In a Retail Pry Goods' way is
afforded by the Leading MtHnery House of Charles J
rishel, corner rort and Hotel streets. The IVoprietor
Mr. Fishel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Good House can. by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but lo hold them, asd enjay their
Confidence, calls for ihe excrci of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marled down and sold for what they
are; never mUrefirescnt any article. That t the policy
(f Charles J, Fishcl. and thai pulicy lias nude the firm
one of ihe greatest in its line, 011 the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. Tha leading Millinery Store of
Charles J, Fische). Is lo Honolulu wliat Macy's Is to
New York. Chatles J, Fishcl males a specially of Mil
linery. MT The store U one of the sUhts of the city-
NOTICE. All parlle. Indebted lo A S. RICH
AKUSON. on behalf of th. KohaU Store, ar.
JOAQUIN ZA1ILAN, of Kohala, w)u Is aulhotlrcd
lo civ. receliits in discharge of same, and 10 lake legal
Lrocecdingt In case ot default.
i6-4w T1IK0. 11. DAVIKS CO.
Kicfi imunicu iu nuLD iiiiinFuiiiie navi win in iti p.
J NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
urc prrtMtrtd fst furnlth Want ml Kill-
Htalei fur Hlrel
With or without Cars and Locomotives. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and can, Trac
lion l.ninct aikl Road Lusomusives, htcain
ruuxiunp ing cultivating aiacnincry, iu.
able Engine or all purposes. Winding
,k a,wv ,, puruu
Engine foe inclu
Catalocufai 'aith illuarsiLms. M!cl and piujn.r.,.v.a
of th. above Flantt and alachinevv imv m t itw
mccsofihun.!rsjgiK.l, W, L. UKEEN and U W.
iiai-tAswir. q s-u., Agtsiuc I no. lowbr & Co.
No. j NUUANU St, HONOLULU, II. I.
Stoves and Ranges,
tin. Copper and Sheet lion, Sheet LeaJ and Lead
lip.,Ca!vaiilid Iron pip. anJ Fillings U'au Goods
, all sins, Anesian Well and Inigaiing lip.. The us
ual Tla and I run wan, (laths CWs.lt, Sinkt. Wash
stands MarU and EaaauUd Iron, la stock ami foe
Sal, at reasonable rates
fJOR SALE.-A FEW DESIRABLE FOUNTS
r ufNcwMTrVx- ApWr at this JSce,
' The annual meellnj oC the slorVhoklers Ihe IlaiVu
Sugar Company will he held at Ihe office of Castle ft
CooVe al 9 A. H., Febtuary v, tiJt.
J. II. ATIIF.RTON,
""I' Secretary ft. .b.
Valentine I !
A fine assortment of '
Semtlmnntnl nntl Cnmlo Vnlnntln
Inclndinit chantahle and lon loteis. will U owned UP
In due time, at T. O. THRUMS tVn-streel Store.
T AWRF.NCE ft FKEETH,
Plans and Kstlmates furnished for WotVs of Con
stractlon, Civil Knalneerinu and Siitveylnir. Office,
y. A .. "-"""", ut j. . rsouenson tax
P. n IL, In. - ,
- - iio-iy
1V1 CI.OSUKK OF MOR10A0K.-
- ltsv littna .f
7 ' . .. Y" "" in ceri-nin monettge nude
t7n''i i'-As??!la.,.",UN;,of ru,"luu' "n,r lo
V0N,CJ.I,,-P'N.0 '' HoiMlulu.ilate.1 Ihe 10th
day of March, A. I). l88, recorded in Ihe Kesistryof
Keeils in Mid Honolulu. In Hook 11, on (ngea 10-J 11,
""V" " "ior Riven inat tne unl mmtfeaeees intend
lo roreclme saul moiij-aje on Ihe tth day of February,
A. I). 1SC1, for condition broken, and utm such fine
cl.wiire i! advettlse the property therein for sale at
public auction. WONtl I.F.ONO CO.
,, , , , W. Austin Whitney, Allorney.
Honolulu, January 15. 1M1. ,y3l
1 be fme dwelling hmw, No. wllerelanU street, nel
Uoor lo A. W. bmith. For further twrllculars apply lo
"4-sl Photograph Gallery, Foil St.
M. WENNER & Co.,
91 Four Stxxet, Honolulu, , I.,
Have re-opened al Ihe okl stand with a new
onj carefully selected stock or
And Clocks, all kinds,
001a mains nnd uuards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, etc.
Ladies would do well lo rail ami esamine our stock ol
nraccicis, jirousnes, Lxkels. Karrtngs, elc,
which were especially selected with a
iew lo suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made lo order,
Tlie repairing Iranc.i of our limines we regard m wi
mj tor Lint one, and all job eutruMrd to us will
be executed in a manner wcond to none.
Of every description done lo order. Particular alien
lion is paid to orders and job work from Ihe other
Islands. While thanking the public for past
favors, we return to bole that our lone ex
igence in these Islands will enable us
to obtain affair share of prtronage
in the future.
' Quirk Kulrt mill .Sinutl I'rolUt,"
Is our motto, and wo shall keep in stock every article in
our line of business. 3l3m
TT HACKFELD Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS.
Just received ler Ai.V and Ulami,
Consisting in part of as follows 1.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Cros-gratn, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c,
Men's Furnixhlhfi Goods,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershirts, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Cloves
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a Urge in-
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's. Jackets, I.
R. Coats & Leeeinrs. Mon.
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
SUppers, Silk and I
andParasols. Fancv and Travelling
Shawls. .Cotton anil Turkish Tntla
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine F.au de Colocne. LuUn's Kx
tracts. Toilet Soap, rhtlucoinc. Hair
Od. Combs, Looking GLtucs. I'ii-cs, I.
K. HalU, Harmonicas. llUnlt tWlti,
(Jold I.eaf, Jewelry, Gold Watches,
Tape. Elastic. Scarfs, Albums,
Ei tension, Ann, Dining-room and Tarlor Cluus,
&llcc, Mirrors, etc..
SiutaitM, l'aikln, Urthi, fillmtp Leather,
Hemp & I K, Packing, Coal Dasketi,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cum. Ttatiots. Howls, Chambers,
Kkc i)tUi and 1 takers, h tnljohns 3 and j
Gallons Sauule Uutlles, Vases anil Clasiware, Manila
and Tarred Kofie, Cual ltae. Gunntcs. Twine,
llurU,, Wooljuck and TwiltcJ Sacking, Llucit Hos
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sites and qualities.
Sardines la half and quarter boxes.
Salt la Jars, Can. or Oil la tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. H.JWhlte Lead.
Stearin. Candles, a, . and . H. P. Biscuit,
Hubbocks Linseed Paint 00, White Zinc Paint,
Dc Laasre fila and Boutelleau Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St. PuM
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wiac,
' Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clareta, Champagne, Dry Held-
telck Mono pole, Co Faare, G.
H. Musam a Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, Ac, Ac,
German anil Iturttuu Viyart,
Italed ware Spoons, Fixlts, Cruets, Tea
lets, Cups, Napkin Kings, Sal.srs, etc,
Pocket and Butcher Katies, Sdssors, Sheep Shears,
Ncesltes, hpuons, FUea, Sjaws, Calvantiea' Hasina,
Hoop Iroo, Keg Kivcssl Hanuacaa. VsUo.
Metal aod Conill,in Nails, Clarinets
UaUaU Metal, Sugar Cuulws,, live
Ptr. Clay, SUchtanlth Coal. Flrt Brick, TUia,
Km, Swrei. Oak Seat, I
Ortlsrs frvsn the other Islands cartful? auiidlo..;
M. NsxiiftM tie.
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, AV
Black and White Marble.
MnrfcloSWork? nr virjr iloscrlptlon
luutlo to urtlorlist.tlie loweiat
.Monuments an J headstones (leaned and reset.
Orders from ihe other Islands irompl)r attended lo.
No ijo Fort Street, near Hotel Sts.
NKW hook 1
A Hook for the Parlor Table.
A llook of Inretest 10 all Readers.
F.minenlly a ll-iuk of the 'limes.
: The llmnillittt Trmitrriltier J'nii- Honk, ;
Devoted lo the Advocacy of Total Abstinence
and Social Reform.
lAliled and compiled by 1). M. Clownv, Ule of ihe
ineentlaiut rrtu, and lecturer lo the Grand Lodtie,
. O. O. T., Sydney. " '
Flie above named publication l now In the printer's
hands and will lie ready for sale by January i, 1881.
Ilusmess firms and others wishing ssice for adverllsf
menls would do well lo send in their otilert lo Ihe SXf
t)uav I'auss office early. ism
JvTEW BEDFORD AND SAN FRANCISCO
6 Thread lo 6), Inches.
Also, IIF.MP CORDAOF. of American and Russian
MANILA HOLT ROI'll,
SEIZING, MARI.IN, IIOUSLIN,
All of which will ke(ssilJ as low as offered by other
parties, in quantities desired.
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, II, I
Would lalce this method of informing themhal,itantlo
Honolulu, and the other islands t)iat
.they have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink and Mucllttoc,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc.
Onlrr taken for nnu periodical or lieu-..
jMper that may be lelrel.
I'rom,l attention will be civen to the Mailiuir
of Papers to subscribers on any of the oilier
Islands ; also, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Ked Kubbcr Stamps received and promptly
-VLI) KONA COFFEE.
For sale by Bolles &
"D OWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Flower auid Vegetable,
JUST RECEIVED AT
T. G. THRUM'S FORT STREET STORE
-pMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A.
Honou'lu, H, ...
Alt VrrMOHM mrrktna Kmoyment, nnd nil
Vurllrs either In Itonolutit
or at any of the other UlinJi in the group. In want
of Employees, will pleaw uuko their want known 10
theunderkigneil. who will do all n Iheir power to nil
their orders. B. P. Dulingham,
J. B. Athertoa.
.. . P- C. Jones, Jr.,
Km.loymtnt Committee, V, M. C A.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
lli umlenigncU hat recently fated up
Inelegant ttylc. the Urge roomy Cottage formerly U
longing to ine Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street.
beyond the Commercial Hotel prcmbet,
for the purpoe of conducting
A ipzior Itodftlai Hoom.
tlii nameofthit nleaiant retreat .1 the "WHITE
HOUSU." It cannot be surpaued tn the kingdom for
coiniori aiiu cieanuitefts.
THE OHQUNDS AKE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with thade tieet.
Person of riectabilitv nuv alwavs be sure of atheer.
ful home there. A siilinir-rooin is Mt apart for the con.
venience of guetts. A KKW MOKE ROOMS ARK
uaih I. lenus always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE. I'loj-rletor,
ttrJTManyof our readers will remember Mrs. While
as proprietor of the ludgiiix house on Kott street, ad
joining the Pantheon
JLHiunic ine ram neon otaues, wnicn 1
orubTe home under her management.
ues, which was such a coin-
YTAWAHAN KERNS I
containing iia SDecIes at Sia.oa and Cts.oA!.
Iart sell coutain'ttitf ss of tli. smaller au.1 rarer scics
.s.aiiu s-.ocai!i. uruers iioin abroad must in
clude uttafe, li.ji and jo ceata respectlxly per set.
Cash--to accompany all onlcra can b bi U. b. cur
rency. Kor sale at TIIOS. O. THRU MS street
RAISINS ANI CUKKANTS-hULTANA RAN
suit and Zanll Currants In pound packa
ges, new and fieth. Koe sale by Bolles k Co. in
POK SALE I
Two Toy aglaa,
TWO SECOND-HAND EXPRESSES, ONE
SEATED BASKET CUT-UNDER. ONE
IIEACH WAGON, ONE SINGLE
DRAY. HORSE AND
Alt th. above ar. In gooj uruer, neatly as good aa Dear
-io O. WEST.
F YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
If 1'eM M'ttMt a UimmI M'urrA,
If You Want Clock or Witch Retailing Done
W. TURNER'S,.,. No. Is Ki.a Sre.ar
iXsfroM. More (at KtJutU,,
Tit building snoa as Kokala Hall, oo maw rostd be-
isssa If. ussn any star atuis, loroteriy
eocupud by S. Stain..
win. building It la food repair t the location good,
A lustf lease nay L. bad npuu favorable trims,
for paiticulart, apply
m-iat DILLINOHAM 4 CO.
TKANSLATIONS-Froai Hawaiian to KrG.K
and vk. versa. Terms ntaiefal. CAVKNAnH'tt.
USKt'UL CHINESE KOYSTw.lv. dollars per
bumsL r?AVlF'NattU't ar-.L-aif-v u.. ru
JW " -.. .-... ..waxsv, .v.
NOTICE. Neiiber lb. Cavaain aor Aitouof lb.
Hosiduraa laik tlsrsssan iU k taMaiila Cur
an chUt counsctaj by tli. asBvara or crew, t, A.
At ihe residence of Mrs. J. P. Cooke, comer of King
and Alapal itrtelt,
On Friday, February th, at 10 n'clock A. M.
TIIF. PARLOR, IIF.DROOM,
DININO ROOM and
In pari as follows!
Hair Cloth Parlor Set (7 pieces), Matlle-Top Tables,
wn .mail f...j. -t-.l.l f-1 t-l'.l '
...w I-......, i.I .uirs s.lMnucilcr,
Jnese Cabinet, Whatnot,
Onn Square Pianoforte),
tmnie, Rocklnn Chairs, Secretary and Rook Caie,
Tables, llrackete, Vases, TsMe-tLxh. Rinc,
Curtains, F.ttension Walnut Dinfne.
Table, Walnut Sideboard,
Two Walnut Bexlroani St,
Walnut IliireaiK, Hair and Steinn Mattresses, Koa
Vrllln-Tble, Koa Washsland, Pine
ltedsteads and llureaus,
OnniWhlto China DInnor nntl Ten St,
Cut Glass Goblets, Tumblers, Custard Glasses, Knives,
etc., Hanging l,amp. Hand Lamm, Ice Chest,
Mcp-l.adder, Rath Tub, Veiaii-
dah Chairs, Door
F. P. ADAMS,
. UCTION SALE OF
IN WAIALUA, 0AI1U.
On Saliintai, Fehvtiuvji JOth,
At is o'clock noon, at my salesroom In Honolulu,
Will I sold the piti.il.es In WAIALUA, Oalni, for Ihe
past sixteen years occupied by tha Walalua Female
seminary, containing an
Arms or 24 AO-lOO Acrex,
With the I1UILDINC-S thereon. Title pelfect.
For further particulars, ap
, apply 10 F. 0. HAH, F.SQ
K. V. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
I have received inttructiout from
J. C. GLADE,
to offer at Public Auction, on
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 28th,
at 10 a. ft...
At hit rtftMcncc on JuiM ttrrct, all the aInM
r.iiticuUrt in later advertisement. 136
E. P. ADAMS Auctioneer
For account of whom it may concern.
THE SCHOONER EMMA
will be sold, as she now Lays on the lleacli,
At Walaua, Oahu,
together oilli her Spars, Sails and Rigging, on
Monday ;t .fanuuru HOti,
at is o'clock, noon, at salesroom in Honolulu.
Honolulu, Jan. 36, 1883.
E. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ThuvHday, Feb. Int.,
AT IC A. M., AT 1 AlBSaOOM,
Abo, bjr order of Adsnlaletrsttor, th
followisaaj TtslastUss Uutrmasomta I
1 MEROURIA- BAROMETER.
1 POCKT ANEROID BAROMETER
1 CHANDEUER, md SmatlrU-
AUo, t 11 o'olook, wawUl
CREDIT TO THE TRADE,
to close consignment I
18 )4m Sac-r asd RtM Bsta,
3S Mmlm ItrUss.
is) E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
E HAVE CONSTANTLY
OM HAKb Una QOAHTirilt or
HAY AND GRAIN
Of all aludi, which we tMa to purUiaMrt at
THE LOWEST MARKET RATS.
Our sloes Is rene.sd by each arrival frua th. cotut,
Weur J'rrixireilfo UrlmWrmiofHhllU
AT ANY TIUC
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
Thi itolfie Mutual Lift Imuiaute Ct. CaI.,
Tki Stole jHVittmtHt Iniur-SHii C., tCtl.,
Thf Hrvr Till (Kent, the simleit, ttti ami
ehiafil how in use.
&a ' V2