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Al-rraiiMn. Itrti Oiijs LlapmAii, frwn (.Unow "
Iimm MWf. Mm. McIKhuIiJ, fnun Kmui "
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iA. I AlUnUirc, Am lLlnt Gtunlmin, for S, Y Jan. 97
lmitt(r, Am IMrte, KncV.r, U Humtn.Klt. . " aj
Nuie Mnitll, tch, ChrluUn, for Ijirutru, " 37
MartooVawal, Kh, for Uru . 97 I
W. II Mcw, Amltnr. Mor, for S, K . " 30
IJVchVe, Mm, Kinc, tor llilonml wy tti 30
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kaU, Kh, for KnoUu. . " 30
IShoiVit ch, f.H- IVna " 3a
Mary I- Imtcr, tch, for NiUtli " 30
CAtcrina, ch, for Kanalri Kcb. 1
Dm A Li. I
UkV, j,.t H K IIh, J I Watrilimiw, MblUHine, 44
IU Imy, Ai l1Tn, pVjj I nmmt, ; lili h. t8 !
(wit, 7s ii lrn, n l orti. I II Jiultl, II Iny, 8
l tnni C I S illtjin, Ut -I Van, id M Iwy, 1
fUiMi, 18 I! hay, t wbui-ii, lutV oat, 1 riifiiiw, 1 c
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M Ull ttl, 3 Ull tall, A U1N trfl.ll, 3 criU, 1 c
CTMlri, drtUr, ttviMti hran, u 1 1 1 lint, ink iimir
titun Sah I raiuUm. iirr I ILi. Ian C llrewrr A
Ot, i hi hay, tnn Vt liarlr-y, 1,171 lit l-in mr-al, fi
1 14 talnum, iji ftV tlur, 4 c nrnUli. 3 I Mi mlni, 1
trait Mowrr, in low Utlom, lull rutmll, 1 cratu
Ciimlitllrr, ts l-rant, Vr wire ilotti, J V (wel.
4 tiof innin, 1 1 kg malt, it c ruw rc, i vt int
r, 1 1 l-nnlir, t l-ill i;btwate, 1 c ulul-r, imh
tliinfilv, lioivl N)lAlir,, lulith iMiton, j"Vwit.,
tj In ani, mtp Utc, i 1 1 Itny, t tnnt. ,nfi Imn
tr; II My t Co, 711 kt itour, 5011k liran, jotk
whral. u k laile . to ftV cnniml Irailev. jo tb torn.
fVi itrouml corn, 33 c meal, 71 c Crmil, tua k
Linl, 9 l Kicon, 1 j cc!irrr, 13 Vc wh, 3 M I atxljt,
3 M I tAixu, 9 ri Miitr, tart hrrrfnKj C O llrrt-r, 6
Unit ruftlia, 11 Vu clfiritlcller; Allen A Kol mvMi,
tll hAtIj llmi II l)jir A Co, i M I lime, 50
Ion etui, C r itlUm, I c rhtir, 1. IlDlTM,lUei;cr At
Co, npVetilr) siioilsjind IjUcVrnlnn; J W WiiinTiB
t Vg fire wurk, J h i(rew, 4 tank gntntlnc; MIlrr
t Lo, 83 1 kc leaJ ami jialni; lUrt linn, 113 pkg mt
En-rtriei; U)mAn Itrtw, to kft totmrcn, 4) kc ilrv
ctKnli, j c Ukmi; !.aine Si Co, 511 M hay; I cwt k
CAe, nM ).!: Ilrnce Catlwriglit. 1 pie I tiding, 1
cli.lurr: C W Oray, 30 kero(n; AIS Onntuum
A Co. jo lil.I utnion, C Atltfnril, 4 In IhiW,
Captain Crane, 1 Iwll ami tnimit; II luckfrM ft Co,
t rcl Uxk: I Ma), 37 pkR lutMri riuMerlilt,
KM-ontI le tirti Co, 30 In! nut ml,
rrnm MlcroneU, -tr Morning Star, Jan 13 A I'
HtkVwtxM,, 1 Ii iliell And rtrou mil, 1 I mil mat; I
K WMihey, 3 c ronal riTrcii. I llonVlilnegAr .v
Co. c oltl metal. 1 MjI khark fin. 1 c lirndt. koa
wrre itgilntt "1 In s llicf, lliu ltltory of the
i il., .r r.-li ... .-
llcne; III our 111111, n miouHj nnu tim-mm
liimtly llihliml, inn Unw rmm for ho othct
(mclnvtnn, What Imt ;t mfit.ialtfi tUtte
fiHiM, In llir l? fcf tmcr of twenty fitr or
thfity )mtft liiivrf fmm a few1wiUleitrAcft c
cimie tw iinfvf rml ft (o rmtirnce ai lu tlcllmi
finni five In U rr rrnt nf the entire ntmh
llmvof tlieM llmU? Wlwl, mt nmtrt(;l''in)
coiiM rtfcimnt frtf !p fuel tint the tcrcrntAK!
tf lji ha inmc Dniii ttmthlt! (n tnir otitrtt
tri!rm ti)ilchn will tell 11) In the. tntt (en
yrAl) VmI foi Ihe ftet llul iiMhei, who
tM frrtt cnntiut llh the itUmir, oto llnie
rtinom; Mfhom it U mmt ncvAteiit while
PtirnifAii4 And Chlnri., wlm liullndtvely
nviiM llic !fte, ntr iertl tf nil luhjcct to llR
Iliietltty, In which ftome r rwn Aicrlhe. Its
exHlcnee wtlcly, trtn nrrr Account fur 111
rurrraec nl (lie frewnt Uy In rnp1e seventy
itr riejity jeriri tM( Ami who wne Ihhii n t;en
rrntltin U f.iir- the illunuo wa known on the U
IaihUaI aIIi 'I he theory of hcrnllly tton not
ettlilii Ihe fiel tint healthy chidlrcn Arc nflrtt
Ihuii of iltertcit (Mrcnti llitt lhec cliiMfcn,
nnln, often icmaln hertllhy for U'crAl )ertr
Ami then mntrAct Ihe illene. In Mich caic.
If Ihe tliet were Mini I mh or inrAIw, wc
wuulil not think ft ncrciwuy In rtnoit to the
theoi) of Iicrnllty to cxphtn It existence In a
cliilil. Wc wimltl mv It hitl contrAdctl the
ilntMc ty contn;Inn. from its pttcnli.
In one tmlmcc, nl which wc lcfoic m.nlc
mention, the iIUcao Hmt howetl Itself In one
of (he )fungcit meinlicri of a fiinlly, extcnil
in AflcrwAriN to the iMcr children. Am! My
iUlnckln, In Miccmion, tlie two jutcnts. Ccr
I a Inly hcrttllty couhl nccrcphlti Mich a cac.
Wo lnc nothing toito wlllt llio opinion, rrt
lettnlnetl of the ilt.CAc In counlrlct where
Icprmy only cxUtk m A rare Ami occAtlonil
111 .Inly 1 nor, with ihe experience wo hive had
hire with the disease, do wc need to he Ridded
in tti trcAtmcnt hy the opiniom (.nUil.ilncl In
other leper dUlifots, for no country In the
world hm pteinted n hctUr opK,rlitiiily limn
thcte Uhndi for a proper study of its clnracUr-Utics.
nervlce wa lncffecl.nl nnlll the petrnt Mnlon
VrrlM no ir In I'art
Ninito. , lUw.bg i ne
Hoit Am. ah i
HrauAN, I (anion (m iliMrt) Hon. hi.
II W. Almv, t-reeman Am tk
.lla, Ilro-n. . Am tktne
HurilMUFf, Winding ,, . Am l;tne
Mormsg hraa, llray.. .. ... Am. bgtne
LACKAWANNA, WlliOU U. b S
Dakota. Wendt Am. tern
l.iinr Mamuall, IterctnAnn. Am, Lk
Ml tin, FAlwardt II. 11. M. S
Awkaman, Clupnun . . lint- ihip
1 iiKkA, l'enhaltow . . Am. Uklne
UlvGracv, Hughe ... . .Haw. tk
KaAUiK, Mclmwe Am bk
wvkxi log, t curat, 9 pkgi tielU, 6 bbl oil, 1 In
thelU; several i kg to aUdrr., Captain I Hmv, h
cocoa nut mat, t tatt fthectfne. kill cnnli. 10 Immu
uviii wotxi, 3u c I ink coral, 3 c red curi, 1 ct iuic
corai, 1 c ran, t 101 iiroom, 9 kg 'ieiii 300 COCO.1
nun, J 11 Atherton, 9 c MigArAne,
for San r ranciou. jier J A 1'Alkinbmg, jAn 97
SitCAr 671,71) It, rice fo,fm It, wool 11,043 Hi, tyi
bncli larutru. 4 b betel leave! value, $33,373 79.
rot San rrancb-co, per W II Meyer, Jan 30 bugar
63,oi3 Hf, nre 63,niu It, 450 hide, 118 bnchi Uttuina;
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, i88j
All matter for the S.tunUy Press sliouhl be
.ddiessed to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
Itrjtrctnl from Vorrlyn I'nrlJ.
lkwroM, Am. IV. Amy TtM Ncotll
I lu. heti. .5.30. C HrenerJLCo., .fits.
Ur.mih, tier. Lk. C H. llisiior Wter
Iu1cKkis. II. UmLMJJ. Co., .cts.
LlTllltmOL, llnl. kk, ULIBCW . . .SwicloJaw.Vt
Hue. T II Davit. S; Co., cll.
N.n Vo.k, Am. Htne. I. UNO. vbanos tlumiihre)-.
lue March 5 iu. CaaiI. X CuuVe, Acts.
Li.s.nioL, llnl iidIankt Ciiu.t. . .. .jAckson
lu. Ann! i-$. (. W M.cf.rlane 4 Co, Aeenis
llarurN. (r. bC CANOM'k xoc
L4auui Nov. !$. ItAckfeld Jt Co., AcrMft.
San IxAhCiMn. U.S.S. Scrj. Dodd
Ovrnlue Woi O Irwin A Co, Afients.
ljIRKrOilt, Hnt. khipCLEKRKRVIK . . . "1
Ixudinc Nov. 30. T II lAvies& Co., Aetntl.
Kanaimo, Am. bk Korkst Q1.REN .... Nanaimo
lor liana. Due
PoT Caurli, Am. Itrn M. f- Suith Jolmon
Due. ll.cVfrU . Ca, akis.
Iort Uambie, Am. bk. Lh.k.m.i .1 Caller
Ihie. 'isckftla tt Co., .ill.
KvreXkTtJ N. S. W., Jl.lLEX
Ihi. I cb 1590. 11der Je Co., .enti.
Sax V rancisco. Am. lins I, 1). SrRiXkiu ..r'riN
I)u. ftb, 5.10. W. G. fmm & Co., Astnll.
San Prai.ci.cii, Am. bk. I). C Murray-. , Jenkt
Ihw reb. 5.10. V. A. Schacrrr & Co., Aeents.
San rRANClKU, Am. irra I. C Ioro. .Grtmlhi
Iu 1th. ft. G. W. XlAcfailan. k Co., Accnti.
1'oRrUAuM.K, Am. kK J. 1' Miller ... .tlanKxi
lu. IcU 15.M.
Uostun, Am. bL S. lk Alien.. . ,.
I o ml about Teh. iu. C lkeer 4 Co., Agents.
IUemen, Ger S. S. KHkENrELS . .
Due A(il 10-15. II. Hackfcklo. Co., Aeents.
San Kranciku, Am. bktne. Dl&cotRRr . I'erriman
Duercb.i5-M. II llackfeUik Co., Acenlt.
Syiibiv, I'. M. S. S. Zealanuia Webber
lhierebl,. II. ilackfeM&Co., Asenli.
San i'RANCltco, U.S. Cirvor Nrworr.. ..Cobb
Due IcU 17. II. llwkftld ft Co... jti.
I'ANNi.o't lt.,llAwich Jennie VALR.ER..Underood
!an V'rancivco, U. b. S., Wacmvsette
llUMROLPT, AmKh Pannonia. -
Due tcb to. Allen & KoUnKjn, Agents.
San k.A.ciKTi, lint S. S., C T. Ilixl. .
Due. II. MackfckJt & Co., Asems.
(iLAKjOW, Ikll Ship, SlIANWN. ., , .
Due July t-j. G. W. MAcfailanc & Co., Agents.
AnxrKAn batVentine Uureka, Peuhallow master Left
iian KrancKu January 17th; first I wo days fresh nonh.
Itortkaet nlnds, nh fine weather to lat. 3040' nonk,
loo. ir6 west: ihcnsc wind from cast nurtheast to
southeast, and fin tvealhcr to ton. I) 6cst, lat. 15' u
noflh, the wind continuing from southeast to Hawaii,
whkh we sifhleU on !b morning of the yh: thenev
to ,.N1, Ihiee days vanabki weather. Passu tlie Con
suck) cxT North Heads bound In to Sao rranasco.
..T1". Ametican schooner Anna, McCulloch, anliej at
Kahulul from Humboldt an the irth instant.
The schooiKr Kourlo, Swift, sailed from Kahulul on
lh. t;th instant fur San 1 rancisoo.
The AmencaJi tern Dakota is at Allen & Kokinsun'i
wharf discharging a cargo of lumber,
II. Ik M. S. Mutlne amresl from Callao on Monday
last. I or list uTotkcers, etc., se. another column.
The American luik IiirM Marshall is discharging a
cargo of lumber at Ihe foot 1 Port street.
11 tnUsiouarr ssckrl Morning Star, has hauled Into
KATiuon . boats, one ius UKcnaignl, unbent sail., etc
Use lbitish ucamer C T Hook Is looked foe Jailv
from baa Irancuou; alu live U. S. S. Washuselts,
Th.AuerLc.ji loik II. U. Almv I. .1 ihALI rK..ru.
1os. wharf kasding fur San riancssoo, to sad about
im nssin s Best wees.
'1T American baikcntloe Ula l si llrrwcr Co.'
wharf Issdsng for San Iransiaas, for which lul she
will sail on or about the 10th.
The American leiganline llesrlan is at lb. .sila.
sade, svkusil. the Custom house, loading fur ban I ran.
ciwjo, id clear tevday.
11m Ihiiish skip Altaman anired on Wednesday
last from Utaigow wuh a general (.urotan cargo,
wklcn sh. t dLssharglng at llw old sloinskip whaif.
The bilk Ul)r Grace will hereafter kail under the
H.wauan Hag Mn b .1 P M S. b. wharf loadiag
for Sa rraucisto, la sail nest week.
The Honduras balk Hermann U discharging at the
l.sJaoaJt. lis, U a. b. Lackawanni Is at anchor in
Thm American barkenline Pureka amcdoaTkurv
it fiom ban I raaosco, and dusked at the fove of Ksei
Uiet, wktr. sl. U now disclsarglng
Front Saa Francisco, jt laueVa, Feb i-Wm O
Krtlly, Ii lesstsr, IrwJ AsUtkue, 11 b Augett, V
tstosstiaaim. I Aitkur, lid Atkinson.
.roswkiJward.irHr l.alaal Jan. IJ lodge I
O llotuls, W H'Cornw.11. W OAfati. M7v t
Mekvnl., MUN.poUv, HI l.)lor, L. II bmU
From wlnjwaril Lsnts r laku Jan. il Mist YVd.
k.loc, barak Dawsuo, M Currkr, I buinJ.Ueo. Ann
Moaaauli, W k. Ka.eU, MU CtVA. l Csviamu..
PAntutse, Mrs. Ward, Mary Ward, UCVtard,Mr,
llancbwrg, Mr. Johiuionc,
Fur Koaa anj Kan l-er lwal.nl Jus so O WC
Jwaas, Master Jonas, Mrs. losses, l is. Hard AM 1
ckiUieo, II r Taylor, 01 alaskaa, J A AUug anj
Mer, isug. I u lluauu.
Ive Valisdui ur Kiiaiwa How Jan. ys WO At...
ler, A N 1-ratl, W F. KoweU, J 1 ll.ttarJ, I Llaus.
J.ur. IU.U.1 Woolkans,! bmkn. Is OU.erTj
or wusd.ard imn ur lakebka an. so WH Com
"ft 'KC.II lliuhcsak. Kef. AAIwUsUW
V. .7 w ""S J DIUoile, J k," a.s,Wwuod,
Miss MMaey.p J. IWoswan. J II M.by, W L Holo.
kakiki, W A kusuinuss, Miv Jeager, son anj Sim, G
U.afJftH I. Ikalge, IR kiiHr. I) D llaU.in. F K
L'?. MS5 l.4."1' " V" J Mnrnosk. J Morse.
Ml, Ue. W FJokojon, I Gdai. I II Ua'.Ua, II W
tMitcaase, K T Pull, f Wtslsl, b 0 V. ikta.
In a miserable anil unprincipled cmIcaor to
mike truth subscnicnt to its own immcdi.itc
cnJs, the '. C. AJvtrtistr has again seen fit to
lake up for discussion the subjtct of leprosy,
ami, in the matter, to bolster up the conduct of
the most unscrupulous Roscrnmcnt that this
kingdom has ccr seen. To do this it has seen
fit to rcsott to the most Uansp.iri.iU subterfuges
and misrepresentations, llut the community
are too well aware of the characteristics of this
journal to le led by its utterances and, there
fore, its influence, growing less and less cery
day, is not a matter of much concern. N'c er
thclcss, upon a matter of such paramount im
portance ,ie the question of contagion or non
contagion of leprosy, we deem it premier to use
escry opportunity to dissuade jtople who, by
any possibility, might be led by its utterances,
from a belief therein.
Knowing that csery physician on these is
lands, who has had an opportunity to properly
incstigatc this subject, and whose opinions arc
worthy of respect, hold McwsinlhcafTirmatisc,
it would now attempt to make capital out of
the fact that certain physicians lately -.nival
front foreign parts, and who ha c had no op
portunity to inscstigatc the disease as it exists
here, hae expressed themselves as disbelieving
in the necessity of compulsory segregation ; or,
at least, that Ihe opinions of some of them, as
inferred ftom their communications to the
editor of that journal, were favorable to a
If these gentleman arc "eminent in their
profession," such premature utterances of opin
ion as the '. C. AJvtrliter has placed to their
credit will certainly not add to their eminence,
in the estimation of this community. Imminent
men are not usually rash in the expression of
their views; nor arc they generally so far for
getful of professional etiquette as to utterly
ignore the opinions of others who, by reason of
an iual standing in the profession, and through
superior opportunities of investigation, have a
greater right to speak. What men hav e greater
right to spval. of leprosy than some of our own
pli) sicians, who lave remained for jears in a
country so full ol leprosy as the Hawaiian Is
lands, and in instances such as those of Doctors
Ilillcbrand and Stangcnwald, have extended
their knowledge of the disease by travels for
that purpose in India, China, Iceland and Nor.
way? l'ossitily such gentlemen are not so
learned and eminent as the one whose views
have Wen so comfortably accepted by tlie Gib
son lloatd of Health 1 but the community will
probably still continue lu think, that they arc,
Ihe P. C. AJitrtutr to the contrary notwith
Doubtless the Premier will, as is his wont, by
flattery and every other meani in his power,
seek to capture these gentlemen strangers now
In our midst, and extoit fiont them unguarded
utterances llut may lie used to justif) the ac
tion of Ihe Hoard of Health In its neglect to
enforce proper segregation. Should the views
of a few strange phjslciaiu, who have had lit
tle or no opportunity to investigate the disease,
cliatice to be against the necessity of tcgrcga
lion, such a fact will go but a little way to-
watds alining an opinion generally entertained
by the foreign cuinmunit), that leprosy Is ten-
jjiiiui; especially when such an opinion Is in
dorsed by all of out resident sfVvnr (propcily
so called) who have icsided among us suffi
ciently long to have thoroughly studied the
history arul cluiictcmt.es of the disease as ex
hibited here. We lave reason to Ixlicvc,
however, that the utterances of Dr. llcimctt,
as construed by the '. C AJuttmr, lave
been largely embellished to suit Its own twi
mm?, ami that he, like a sensible nun, before
etpresslng an opinion, wished to know some
thing more of tlie diu-j.se than lie could aciiulre
from the Picsidc&t of hc Hoard of Health, or
sued 01 us cmpluvccs as would attempt to
icvolulionlic the medical woild with crude
thcoiics tint none else have )el accepted.
On a previous occasion we have discussed at
length the question of contagion, citing numer
ous and icskcctable authoiitlcs In suppoit of
Ihe doctrine of contagion In many and distant
parts of thcglobci but, even if all the wot Id
Wlntcvcr excuse the President of the llotrd
of Health may assign for nut curving out llic
jHilicy of sigrcg-itloii of hpcm, huwcvir
stiongly he tiny assert that the King ii not op
kisiiI In It, Ihe reasons for It are as valid now
as when the legislature first cti-ictt.il the Itws
which make it imperative Um the gnvirnmcnt
In do just the thing the present authorities neg
lect and refuse to do. To deny the existence
of evil, or to shut one's eves to it, is one way
In perpetuate It. Wc know the loose habits of
the Hawaiian people, the promiscuous inter
course of the sexes, and thinking people nre
not alarmists liecausc they call public attention
to the rapid spread of leprosy in these islands
on account of such national customs and the
do nothing indicy nf the Hawaiian gov eminent,
whether King or Cabinet, llic sad instances
of horrible disease that arc known to have
oiiginatcd from intercourse with lewd women,
known to a few, arc becoming more fieiptent.
Young men cannot be too earnestly warned, or
even too thoroughly frightened, alxiut the fear
ful results of indulgence in licentious practices
in this community. Leprosy is a disease of
slow- development, nnd to the unpracticed eje
there ma) be no visible s) mptom of tlie foul gan
gtcne at woik in secret.
rurtticrmorc, if this plague of leprosy is al
lowed by King and government to go on with
as much indulgence and negligence as they
now dare permit and defend, the public dis
closures of the next five vcars will astound, if
they will not enrage, this community, now al
together too indifferent and complaisant to
governmental laxness, and to executive inter
ference with plain demands of wholesome
of tongrns Die Itepubltcan wity, which
has lietn In power fur mote lhan twenty )fn,
and In which the country twc the preservation
of llic Union, has grown cnmtpt wlllt Inctcas
11 g stroigth, 'the xuty, tinting lite vcnn,
has lieen rnnlmlltil entirely by 'Mhiiam" wlm
hive rcTtledly promised rcfoinn without any
Intention nf nuking llicni. This rnntlniicil
until what Is mUily known m Ihe "ma
thine" sustained an Ignominious defntt In the
election, held lad fall, when Ihe people lose n
one man, demanding reform, and innclilng In
mild phalanx In the ballot Irk drove the
"machliio" cnndldales fmm Ihe field i many
Itrpubllcatu who h.d never In-fore vnlnl a
Demoaatlc ballot voting ngnlnvt llio candidate
nf his paily,
'Ihe voice nl Ihe pr-ople will nlwnvs make
Itself heard sooner or later, and this unanimity
nf feeling has nlteridy had lis effect. I July In
the pirscnt srwliin nf Cntigre. bill, iirovldlng
fni efficient ttfnint In Hie civil wtvlre were In
triliiced. A bill passed by Ihe Smalt- was lie
fine llic House on Ihe id of January fur con
sldcrallon. 'llic linjntlly favored lis iaswge,
but there was a ill(Tsltlon ihi llic put of a
number In amend or pick the bill In pieces.
An clfotl was made also lo refer It back to
Ihe committee, but the majority, knowing too
well llic will of the people, passed It In ballot
nml It was carried by n vote nf 155 lo .17, 'I he
majorlly voting In the affirmative was ciiin-
Nrd imlnty ( Itepubllcant and Democinls
from the Southern Stales, Ihe Nor Hum Demo
cints voting against the bill, and by their action
in the matter losing arfthe ground they had
gained In llic Mil elections, 11 was timugiii,
according to the laiof of the latest ilispalchci,
that the I'icstdciit would sign the bill lintnc
diitcly. 'I lie passage of this bill is n feather
In the cap of the Itcpubllcait p.aity, and as
Congress seems to have got to work earnestly
this session with n determination lo pass such
laws as the public voice demands, It maybe
safe to say that the defeat sustained by Ihe t(c
publican patly whose members seem most
active Is the greatest victory that party has
gained, and that Its stand Is rtiore scenic now
than at any time since the election of General
(rant to the presidency.
Whatever Jmwcrs may be usurped by Ihe
leaders (if any party or the rulers of any coun
try, however reckless and arbitrary they may
grow by the exercise of that nwcr, the case
must at least be appealed In the people and by
their decision must stand or fall. The people
arc the nation, Laws arc enacted for their
government, anil they have to demand a voice
in the formation of those laws. It may be
dclavcd for a lime, but it Is their just right, and
they will have it. I-argc IxhHcs move slowly,
but when they have gained momentum, when
a whole people presses forward toward any de
sired goal, their leaders must move with them
or be swept aside as waste tn.itcri.il that has
passed the period of its usefulness. It Is im-
possible in this Liilightencil age for a few to
bind the hands of a multitude of freemen mil-
sessing the same rights and the same intelli
gence as themselves. Majorities wilt make
themselves felt, and it is not the part of wis
dom to antagoniic them. If not content to be
incorporated into the liodyof the great number,
as one among the many, there is only one other
alternative, and that must be followed. This
applies to Hawaii nei as well as to Ihe Unitcil
States, or any other country.
we are Indeed mtallfnl When we sec the
rcliolcH conldois of the loyal Hawaiian lata
vaneary patrolnl by the ghosts of tin de
paited nnd all llut little village of cottages
Willi elesol shutters nml the mourners going
alxiut llic streets, and the very (iitsstioi r a
burden, when we tee these things wc are annl
Il Is, however, line lint we may espect an
Inllux of at least one fellow from Kauai, and It
liny In-lint there Is another of whom e,n yet,
have no knowledge Meanwhile those "gloves"
are awaiting purchasers, Ihe inaikct Is glutted
wlllt coronation uplmlsteiy and diaplngs, and
Ihe royal pasteboards, admitting one In full
dints In the amphitheatre, are Hying through
Ihe msl lo Ihe uttermost hovel In Ihe kingdom,
'I lie linpaillallly evidenced In Ihe distribution
nf those fivont It Indeed royal, and it will lie
mmrkahlc If the coronation fills lo attract a
considerable number niH.ctAlnri,
The iiRirt goes bravely nit) the hamulus
ring nienlly ttiion Ihe lln f(if nf Ihe nitons.
Hon plavhoiise) Ihe wall alioul Ihe alicc
giounds Is siiiuioiintcd by a Hue of piekrla,
iihiii which, at Ihe august moment, the toy
soldiers will no doubt lie stuck,
Wcarc assured lint Ihe horse. besl ridden hy the
cavalry will be real horse, and lint If the tele
dialed mounted constabulary should not have
amounted to nnvlhlng by lint lime, suitable
dummies will be Introduced so that the scenic
effect nf Idc ilUplay may not dc weakened,
Indeed something of the sort may be ncccs
nary in order to balance llic magnificence willed
cenlcts tiHin the limine, the like of willed das
never In fore Ik.cu witnessed in Hawaii, and
wdlcd will, In all human probability, never
recur In the sagcs of its unwritten history.
Her Majesty, the Queen Dowager l.'ninn,
returns her Invitation to David Kalakaua "re-spe-clfully
drclinid," llcr Itoyal Highness, the
Princess Kccllknlanl, repilr to a neighboring
Island, Other dignitaries follow still, for the
iffect of llic coronation promises to be over-
hi wiring. The uncompromising dignity of
the dowager ipiecn the flight of lint princess
who is the last representative of n legitimate
Hue of kings; the Indifference of the forrigu
imputation, and csiK.-cl.illy of llnl poition of It
which represents the brain and capital of tlie
kingdom I lln? lack- of enthusiasm among Ihe
natives, whose pigs and ol arc in danger, and
who may be driven lo I lie extremity of dispos
ing of Iheir birthrights for Ihe price of a mess
of xiltagc in order that tlie greedy man of the
ro)a! exchequer may be nppeascd for the time
The total lack of Interest In the affair which
all classes outside of llic kingdom have shown,
the coolest snub lint ever Highly ambition re
ceived, all tnese, nml more too, are tlie
natural and inevitable consequences of the
coming event which lias cast its shadow before,
a shadow- so ponderous and so profound in this
particular Instance that it threatens to throw
the event itself quite into the shade.
II I Thiers .V C , nve just made an Im '
Niilant alteration In their store that shows (he
enterprise ami progressive Hrit nf this firm.
Abreast nf the rmthil entrance, at Ihe Ixtck of
Ihe store a doorway has ln call through and
n glis. corned stairway Imill, tnmieillng the
Unit with Ihe old tilolie Hotel In the tear,
which l being fitlcrl up fur dies, making par.
lors In connection vrllh the establishment. Mr.
Woolmlnglon guest ovr 1 In the eoait ilmrlly o
K-ifett aiiaiigcmtnt In this connection, The
removal of Ihe heavy Iron doors and shutters
from the front Is a vast Improvement alto, ex
tern-ally a change we would like lo sec
adopted wllli all our no called flic ptoof stores.
Officii of Siiiriln.nlent of W.lfr Works,
llonnti 111, July 1, ittr
All t'tsime k.Ying W.i.r Privilege. Are !Mtifiel that
their Wair. ItATM AI. jHty.til. ..mi .nlHMlly, In ad
varre, ai iIm Mr. A lite hinrf.f.lnl irf WAier
Winks, f.i(t i.f NutiAiitin Mret, Hiti II, nt d.y U
Janwaiy ai.1 July ,.f .whys' IIWIMOM,
1 1) If Hitiflntn.leht Wsler Wofs.
-MIAIIUIS IIHHWitit A CO.S
flnetoii rtnil Honolulu I.lneiof Pisnlmta.
, llnth .U.I II r II. I h.lVtH
Will Mil fmm Ussinn ftn ne .!nl FP.IIRUARV 1$,
Orders WW mfljr, Msl fnljhl (.Vefi .1 Ik. ktwrst
r.ies Aiftrli t-MAKI I iini;wr,KiAi
1,6 Ou.f slfeel, II
COR AN 1KANCUC0
'Ik. Amik.n Mln.
rlkwtll W. II. Meyer I
Will Ur. O.kk D..1-HI1 fir l !-.. I',l. IV
P'l'lgkl ur nsu (J IU C llltKWI.K h C
Viilnntlim. I 1
A fm arfmefit of
Hfllltllllnlltlil nml Conllo Vrilnlltllln.
Incliiilmst chsrtgAble And krfur lokrrs. will h. ntrted up
In tin. time, At I 0 IIIKUM H Furl tlieel Rtore
One . sltny lions, neaily new, and
ril'O ACKOS 01' LAND.
Areiiiin ll'itr tneJ.
Vitr piultculare, n .ty In
11 r. I'li.i.irmiiA-o,
pfllt HAN MIANCIItCO.
'Ik Amettcsn HrglM
Will hav. tkk ,Hsi.uli ft sUte n)l.
Thn firm nf Pslnmr Ac Klllmnrn
III 11 ,jy iDswItnl fcy mnmsl vnl
nW1J J. A. f'l S.R.,
llarnl.ln, J.n. tt, iNs W. W Kll.Ami.il
J. A,PAI,MnR al llf,MKIl II
m.f ii.Mjnr it tha.;hkr.
I. A. Pa
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9nUr lh fVm
. Ilsessnkt, Jut, IS, ls.
the Anovi: riRM Will, OPEN
rt Jltt f J CtsrfH sV
AtlRItT ttIR tME ttlLtyiWIN CeA.Ri
(IKN SIFOFI., KAM
n.Ad -Red with Wl.iie lltll tlnV.
iiiieen .nl Niinsnu Rireet.
'Hi At lltlrlsh fclennwr
Will I'.te Kn Irtnclsrofor HonJulu lh
9th Day of each Month,
Relumlnir frmn Honolulu m thn .end ilav of each
inonth. San ItarKisen Agnls,
J II HI'KKCKKI.1 ft IIKO1 ,
Honolulu Agents, 3f Msfket St.,
Wm O.IRWIN ft Co. 04
37 Fori slreel, llonelillil.
yilltV DI1SIKAIH.I' PKOPBKTY
Ifomeslrad silnale in Nuuanu Valley, I'baunt dls
tanee from town, commanding fine view of ihe town
and harbor. Climate delightful,
Milht lltnlMf riififi,e t ItfioniM.
Courts tut Jorifiif, V fstrar r-ooriM,
if.Anr llullilhtt, coritaimng 7 rooms.
Olrrrlf..iilr, Servants' room, stalls for
7i( lora., Chicken Hotlw, Wocl Shed
'lliere U A well of Ihe lurest drinking water, with n good
Force Pump, ami water laid from Ihe
Government Water Works.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
It das been I lie custom of various countries,
extending for ages back, for the heads of gov
ernment, upon the occurrance of certain great
public events such as their inauguration in
office, to exercise their clemency towards
limited number of their subjects who are under
sentences of penal servitude or confinement.
The rtowcr of pardon is one of the perogatives
of the King under the constitution of this
country, but subject dowever, to the concur
rence of the Privy Council ; and in certain ex
ceptional instances, if rightly exercised, maybe
made the means of aiding justice and further
ing the true interests of the community. Like
all great privileges, however, its impruper use
may be attended with great detriment to every
true inteiest. In all civilized lands, great
caution is exercised in its use, and it is rarely
bestow ed in cases where it can be clearly per
ceived that the object sought in the punish
ment of the criminal, has lieen fully achieved,
and where only vindictivcncts could wish to sec
the crpctuation of the punishment.
Strong political reasons j the subsequent
disclosure of mitigating facts, or unmistakable
cv idences of genuine repentance and reform in
the Individual, arc among the considerations
w died justify the exercise of the pardoning or
rcprciving power; but when exercised in con
trariety wild cltder of these, it becomes im
mediately subversive of order and good govern
ment. The promiscuous discharge and
enfranchisement of criminals, with no other
object in view than a false display of clemency,
under the mistaken supjiosltlon that the com
munity, or any respectable portion of it, will be
pleased thereat, wilt have but an opposite
effect to that desired, and have a tendency to
more thoroughly shake confidence In the
Crown, To do this would lie to offer an in
centive to crime, and eventually point the
way to that worst state of society, where men
will naturally tiecomc more and more disposed
to disregard the formaltics of law, and seek
satisfaction In extra-legal wavs,
Wc much regret the fact thai this power
has already lieen loo excessively used, and that
criminals and their friends, as a consequence,
are beginning to look witli a certain degree of
reliance upon the exercise of the Ko)al clemen
cy to mitigate the severity of the law, ltd
said tint the occasion of the coming Corona
tion Is to be aneuent that will call for more
pardons, and that its occurrence is looked to
with confident dope of release by many of the
worst criminals that now occupy the Oahu
We cannot prevent Ills Majesty and 1'ilvy
Council from pardoning every offender there,
if It is their pleasure so to do, but wc davca
light to hold tdem icsKnslblc if they abuse a
great privilege, and In the name of conscience
and every principle of justice, good govern,
luent, and the peace and quiet of the commu
nity, we declare them lesponsiblc for tvery
future act of such criminals as they shall release
w iihout good and sufficient icason. l.ttjuttut
b4 UmftrtJ uitk mtry ; but let us not forget
that his precept lias Its beating ujxui an Inno
cent community, as well as upon Individual
CIVIL SERVICE IN THE UNITED
STATES OE AMERICA,
Evei since Andrew Jackson wis elected to
the piesMcncy of the United State., and cele
brated entrap Into office by displacing officials of
the opposite political tuny and appointing his
friends to the vacancies he bad created, his
motto To the victors belong the spoils" has
been acted upon to the piescnt time. The
evils of the system were louc asro icwsMiltcd,
(but every tttctunt at a nrfmiu of the civil
Wc most decidedly differ from our Wednes
day contemporary, in its assertion that "the
treaty is in no immediate danger." The na
ture of late advices indicate clearly that danger
besets us on all sides, perhaps, but one, Wc
admit that "the Executive has been favorable
to its continuance;" but wc would not blind our
c) cs to the fact that our enemies arc working
like beavers, and that they are strengthening
their points at all turns so as to have notice of
discontinuance served on us as early as the
treaty will allow. And the fact that this time
is rapidly drawing near incites them to vigi
lance and activity while wc, taken in a
measure unprepared through the sudden death
of Minister Allen, instead of hastening to the
rescue and defence of our interests, calmly lie
idle and wait, Micawber like, for something to
turn up. This do-nothing policy is the bane of
these islands. Wc want more unanimity and
activ ity in matters of deep commercial, aye and
vital interest to this community and nation.
The letter of Secretary Folgcr's, which we
give in full in this issue, while exccllant in
tone and strongly favoring our causer contains
several points which our enemies will make
capital out of unless it is explained away with
diplomacy and commercial tact. The asser
tion, too, that sugars arc admitted now that
were not contemplated by the treaty is erro
neous in the extreme and would seem to call
for the lalwr of him who had so much to do
with its construction. Il is to be hoped that
our interested people and Gov ernment will be
united and act with promptitude in send
ing tlie licst available man for the Ksition
of Minister Resident at Washington,
'Ike place is In fine order, well covered with
FRUIT At ORNAMENTAL TREES,
and adorned with beautiful 1 lowers.
Anyone wishing to'purchase a pleasant house at a rea
son-iMe price, call at the oflice of
Itlllhiulmm ,t Co.,
No. 37 lort Street, Honolulu, II. I, lt7.am
THE SHADOW OF COMING EVENTS.
If any of our rcadcrs'arc at a loss to account
for the solemn silence which now prevails
throughout the Kingdom we will venture to
suggest to them that it is no doubt the results
of Ihe breathless Interest which His Majesty's
subjects fed In the approaching coronation. The
"dread king," who will perhaps lie known In
history as that JrtaJful Davi'J, cannot hope
that his loving people will give evidence of the
mirth which 1ms ever distinguished them, until
the awful spectacle of real crow ns and sceptres,
throne, velvet and ermine, has become a thing
of the jiast and the jiopulacc once more breathe
The brilliant gathering of cmlussidors from
foreign courts ; the fleets of battle "ship that
have hastened to honor the occasion, as if the
importance of it dad been heralded In the far
thcrcst seas; the deluge of curious, though
probably undistinguished, visitors who woukl
not foe worlds, miss seeing the event of the
century i the prospect tliat our sisters, the
neighlioring Islands of the group will be disso
luteil owing to the supciioi attractions of cap
Ital for a foitnight at least. All this Is surely
enough and more than enough to IrnixMc so
lemnity and silence, where laughter and the
clang of the hula iui arc wont to rule supreme.
A placid life is easily disturbed. We need
lime to iccovcr from these dauling symptoms
of success a success which wc are free tp ac
knowledge never lot a moment Kerned to us
within the range of possibility, Give us lime,
O, King) Imagining ourselves somewhat of
a piophct.we cannot sit In sackcloth and ashes
wilhoul, at least, an assumption of dignity,
ami dignity, the genuine article as your Ma
jesty doubtless knows from ciicuce cannot
be put on like a garment, no nutter what
tailor you may chance ( employ,
Wc confess we ate not a Utile .tsvjijeiedl
When tlie Hx-Govcrnor IWnuacr-Gcncral
goes on an extraotdlnaiy, very cxlraordirury wc
should say, mission lo Japan, and ictuin re-
gaidlcu of exixrnse, bringing his trophic with
irtqinic in inc trupc 01 a jaivarwtc onscui
We await wild no little interest Idc rcixirt
of our laic Commissioner of Immigration lo
Japan, tqion the reported success of his mission.
Tor a sensible expression of opposition to
the coronation from a Hawaiian representa
tive's standimint, just read the "Native Press"
in this Issue. It hurts the Eltle, as well it
The promised glory of the attendance at the
coronation is "ctcring out" so fast that by
the time Ihe eventful day comes round it will
be found tliat the fnu ladits present nre there
Discretion being the better part of valor, the
Cabinet has retired from its recent lieligercnt
attitude. Il could not tackle two heavy ques
tions at the same time, so they concluded to
drop the schoolmasters and go on with the
Since the return of our Postmaster-General
wc do not learn that he has enlightened his
department upon the proficiency of the Japan
ese postal service. It is not ossible tliat the
opportunities of personal inspection during his
travels has been neglected upon a matter of so
Sunday inspection of the troops have been a
regular affair at the Palace grounds for some
months past; now they have advanced to the
necessity of drilling for the coronation tom
foolery. Who sajs David Is not iirogrcssive?
At first he simply called them together for
morning pra) crs.
Is it expected of such as intend to absent
themselves from the coronation ceremony that
they shall write to the Chamlierlain declining
the invitation and returning the card; or is the
retention of the card to be construed as au
acceptance? Perhaps I hi authority on court
nutters will be able to inform us.
Emulation in crfbrming the Aula iui, has
become intense, and Its practice very general;
children going to and from school may lie daily
seen performing it on the streets. If the cab
inet could only exercise control ov cr the Hoard
of Education, it might lie taught as an accom
plisdmcnt in the public schools.
Sonic people say that the lumber of which
the Coronation shed is built is afterwards to be
use-din the construction of bridges; others
tdat It will be used In building stables for the
dorses of the'mounted jmlice. As the lumlser
will be so much enhanced in value after the
ceremony, it will certainly lie in keeping lo
charge the difference in juice to the account
for which it Is to be lastly used,
It is the good sense of the people In general
which has let! so many of our representative
ladies and gentlemen to determine, not to
"assist" at the coronation ceremonies. Such
is the verdict of sensible jwople in other lands
In condemnation of this silly and more than
useless ostentation. No"ioyal" visitors have
come, no 'iprlnccs," not even a company of
sight'sccrs from San Francisco. "To have
the honor ml to lie present" icqulres no
authority from tde Loid High Chamlxrilin, ami
those not obliged to be present by official
duty will lie conspiclous by their absence. It
is likely to be too melancholy a farce tu attract
NCI ICK The undersigned having been
bv Ihe Couil. administrator of the esl
J. KOSK, d'Ccnseu, and guardian of Ihe children,
Ihe Couil. administrator of the estate of M,
. d'Ccaseu. and guardian of Ihe children, re-
iniestl all persons having claims against the said estate
10 present ineni wiinout ueiay, or witrnn su rnontrts
from dale or they will be fircver barred, and ntliiersont
Indebted to Ihe above estate to make immediate tiay.
ment F. A. SUIAhr-F.K,
Administrator of lire estate of M.J, Rose, deceased.
Honolulu, February 9, 1883. l?7'3tn
pbANIF.K'8 MHK 10R SAN FRANCISCO.
JlJtiUrnU ,K Co., Ayrnt,
Merclmndio! receive.1 Storage Pre, and liberal cash
advance, made tin slinifnentt by Ibis line
I'rhniiiri 11, IHHlt,
At No, IHI rirl .Slri.t, tmnr Jlntnl,
WITH A toil ug or
isnil FANCY GOODS.
TIKV witt AIM MAKtrACri'.X
Hod is Wisttir, Glntcnr Alt), Eta.
TELEtiionr, No y. 115-3111
Steamer Uktlik will leare Honolulu eatli Tuewlay
nl 4 r M, tcrutliinjc at fahaina, MaaUea lUr, Maker,
Mahukrjtia. Kawailtae. f.ailtary'tkjarttl Ililo
Heturmnjj will touch at all lh abort port, arrmnf
at Honolulu eatu sumuy a. m
TO I.V.T Two atzi IJnfurnUUil Room, five
minute walk from lfet-cIJc. LAVK.VAOH'S
Freh Condnment of tirlme tVmet,c
CAVKNAOH'S AOKNCV. 114
FOR. SAI-KOne vxn toy !iuj(jry, In goo.! order
(two tcatt), cheap for caih. CAVP.NACM'S
ENOINK rOK SAf.K. ONE NKW 90HORSK
1'ower Kngme, in perfect crdrr. for tale by
C IIKRWKK ft CO.
ENfiMSH PICKLES.ASSORrKD, QUARTS.
Ktvr ile by Uollei ft Co. 111
ONI! HRST-CLASS SET JKFFUVS LAWN
lenm for tale at T. ii. Thrum' Fort St. Store
NCI ICE. All (rrtont having claim azalnt the
hOate of M. J, Roe, leceael. will jIeae lire
tent them to the undersigned ; and all per on indebted
to the aIjotc ettate will pleaae aettle their account by
Minvuni t v a cnti iLiirrn "
l.iiiia.iuiu , .., irun(.rr.is
Honolulu, Jan. ir, 1883.
SUPREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
ItLind In WoUtte. In the matter of the eitale
oi I) am! MRS. SIM 11 H, late of Honolulu, deceased.
At Chamber, before AuorfateJuit.ee McCuIly.
On reading and films lne petition and account 0( ),
H. Wodchoue( T. K. Walker, administrator of the es
tate of I) and Mr. Smith. late of Honolulu, deceased.
wncrein rte aKi to do allowed $1,013.41, anj charge
himself with $16,338 31 and ak that the umc maybe
examined and approved, and that a final order may be
made &f distribution of Ihe property remat nine In his
hands lo the penwri thereto entitled, and discharging
him and hi sureties from all further resitonsibiluv as
such. It I ordered that SAI UKHAY, the totli day of
aMarui, a. i. leaJ, aI 100 clock a. M., oelore tlie said
JuUice, at Chambers, in the Court house, at Honolulu,
he and Ihe same hereby I appointed jti the time and
place for hearing said petition and accounts, and that
all persons Interested may then and there appearand
show caue, if any they have, why the same should not
be granted, ami may present evidence at to who are en
titled to Ihe Raid property, and that I hi order. In the
hnglish language, be published in the Saturday
I'rkm newspajker, printed and jiubhhed in Honolulu,
for three successive week previous to the time therein
apiioinieu lorsaiu neanni;.
Hated at Honolulu, H I., thi ad day of February,
A. I). 1883, LAWKKNCE McCULLY,
I It si ice of the Sinireme Court
Attest: I). K, Fvfk, Clerk of the Supreme Court.
RAND CORONATION RAFFLE,
Tlie celebrated Pacing Horse,
willbcUAFH.r.D fOR, at the Hawaiian Hold on
the evening of SAIUKDAY, tebruary 10th, at 9
o'clock. '1 wo hundred ticket at $2. co eacl
1 his horse ha A record of 2.18.
ATOriCU. The undersigned liave thi
X 1 cnateu me 1
interest of A. W. lttISHan.lv. S.
I.ULI. intheU.MU.V M-.KD UUMI'ANY, and re
quest tliat all claims again the Untcn Feed Company
U4ic. uc iic;uia7u imiucubtieiy,
Honolulu, Jan. 24th, 1883.
R. Macfaklane. '
II. M. IlKSSOM.
NOTICE. We beg to notify the Honolulu public
and the residents on the other islands, that we
will continue the business of the
Union Feed Company,
at the old stand, and trust by a stria attention to the
wants of our customers to merit a fair share of uairon-
age. 1 1 w ill be our aim to keep on hand, at all timet, a
full stuck of all kinds of feed.
II. K. MACrAMLANK,
H. M UtNfcON,
7'4W llHtCK CAkTWRIGHT.
lly the Skim and Kmrtka weliavc tereived LAKGB
AUDI I IONS 10 our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are selling
We aso MANUFACTURE to order
House and Lot For Sale.
I am IrrMnutrd by J. C GLADE, ESQ , to c-rTet at
private tale hi tufrlstofne resi-JetKt,
CVrrrnr nf Jmtrf ami SJtthn Mrtt,
Thi profNrtyUinlbe healtltiet art of ihectty It
fadhtie for drairut are prtfecf. (uaranteelnx; thereby
perfect (ruom from malaria.
TU prospect cirnimand a UKLIGHTFUL VIEW
of tl city and harbor, a well a I be coajt Da-, from
near numorwl Head lo tlie WaUna Mounuint.
Itte main house Is larfe and curamodiou, fariMally
built three years got and 1
FINISHED IN HANDSOME STYLE,
With every convenience. Hot and cotl water are laid
on the Itath-rooms tn both torie. (Iaf a)mt I laid
on, with mtt (thy tight, I broach the whole boas-v,
with elejant tliandeliert In tit principal rowns.
On the main floor will be found a Urre I'arV and
DininjCTuorn. Sitting rorxn. Hall, louuo-roomf
Children' Dininic room, Ilih-ruooi, Two IWdruom,
Closet, and a Pantry, Two Store-room aii Kiithenv
attaclted to main budding, but under a rparate roof.
On the second floor, wnich I readied by a convenient
stairway from the half, ate Two Large Ifedrooro, mwr,
abo, five eood-led Itedroomty Verandah-ro'xn, tUth'
room and CloveU
The main house Is akoot 70 feet frool end tt feet
tie Kitchen it conveniently arranged, with a fin.
cooking range, with hot water attachment.
crounds are lo Cottages, srith verafsdah.
and A well built .Stable, wuh accommodation for three
horses and carnages, as well at three room, for servants.
There Is, also, a small bnikling for the Gat Machine.
The lot It 35 feet on Judd street and about 550 feet
on Ijlliha street, cootalomg an ajea of four acres.
Panics desirtnz to visit the Drotiertv can do so amei
application to Mr. Adams,
A ponion of Ihe purchase morses can remaia upon
mongage for one or two -rears. Apply lo
M E. 1'. ADAMS, Anamwer.
(of every kind.) '
ami his secretary, a tlecontlon of th orelcg U
the Klslng Sun, a Japanoao tuUm, which
vroulJ -iaJfl tlie luioe of a centlpcJe. N'hi
one war vcmcI ttt pott with a VsJvukM dis
order, and U tJenlily (ollowc-1 by two oitr,
hatelly tig M-a-Hs-a to eUaclujg kbctf -ps-w,
The Custom's Officcit of Kahulut Uv-i lieen
rewarelctl in their watchfulness of late for
0ilum smuggling ant), as a icstilt, lute scirctl
80 tins from Ihe trunk of a Sir, lluttervvoilh,
(assengci by the Roiarit. lly the W, II, I)i.
rnjuJi chinaman inaile entry of some 37 pigs
melse,, among which was an lion safe arul lliicc
hoses K)Ji. These taller, containing too tins
opium, each, vvcrc (nought to Honolulu last
Satunlay hy the luujni. Tlie ufc, with its
iciortcsl contents of 310 tins was utelcretl
oUccil In the Custom's wsrehousc at Kahulul
urnlcr key, hut It was put In Hobron's ware
house Inttccul, from which It has hern in) s
Icilously absUactctl. Mr. S. OU-t), the Custom
House guard who had passed the trunk as be
ing "all tight," and who U said to be le-si-un-liblc
or the Iom of the safe and iu contents,
will, as a cotuc,ut-ncc, receive his dltmUaal
and Capt. KeynoUs will be aptulnttal in his
strati. The ssUuts -Jk-ctc-l wvtc by Mr. C.
E. Boarduuea WtaacJ. Mr. Huttc-twoith ha
sudk klitiacir scares-, and the thlnimm it also
v-HUkUd by the uatWlks.
T D. LANE'S
J MARBLE WORKS,
Manufacturer of Monuments,
MA RULE MANTELS,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
M-trUt 'Work or vaty dttsvortptioss
s-aawl to ord-tr stt tfcs lowtsat
Mmumenti an J hta.litoiui (UaiuJ anj rtut.
Orders fioni the other Islands eom-aly alttnded lo.
No. tio Fort Street, near Hotel Sis.
TTNION FEED COMPANY .
has. on hand and for sale,
HAY, OATS. BRAN, BAMLEY,
(.Isukt or grouial,)
and In fatl e.uy tUug petulning lo lh. Feed UsIo.sk
Ordsrs from lk. islandt will hat. our eM4 anj
AU sitders u U aaMi.ssJ,
UNION rEKl) CO., ll-o!Ju.
Tsleptk-ike No. US. , I'M-ss
Lounges and Bed Lounges
I'RlYAa-en fit Ante lAeir rAoiew f
C0VKR1N0S IN SILK OK PLAIN HUT
E. P. ADAStB, Aaut.
Ttlephooe No, ft.
QNK OR TWO SUPBRIOK
LAWN TBMMia aETlV
0k SALE UV
aJOTICE.-.'ln.tsaitM.sUpVJ. U. OAT. Jr.. .
IS Cvsnuasy, Is Iku dal disM-t.eJ. I. M. Ossl,
1. will setib ut aaTairs. W. U liauta,
HooolUu, J tsek, iMj. J. K Oar, jr.
u, uucurxut co.
TTOLLISTER at Co.,
WitoLESaiE axd Kx-raii,
and manufacturer of AERATED WATERS.
Importers and Dealers in
aemvlaa Patent MlastUoUaa,
Fasncry avnd Totlat Artiolasv,
Etc., Etc, Etc,
Sole Ateoll for the Celebrated
VANITY P AIR
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
Jtelfant Ginger Ale,
w Nuuanu Sr, and Corner Port and Mavhaat Sc
HONOLULU, II. ) 1-4
PKOCRAHHE OF THE
ThuvtHhty, Feb. 22, 'S3
CammtHiiiif at t f, a. Sharp.
.-Coronation Puts, Pri f Mt ,
t iirAt Hurt. 'r. I ale.
I. alt. l
Inaaaoual meatiutt vt lU Siu-.lk-JJ.niik. Ka.
halt ksur Cotnnaas U ak. Osia at Us. oaV. U lh.
Aaenls, Uiui kastU 4 Cook., at ,,'sk.k a. St.,
I.Uwrs, iMj. J. kCArHKUTOM,
- oWtstarjr K. 4. Co.
rjURNISHtD KOOUS-U tssata ri tisvjV, la
3-Kapl0saU Puri, . PfU f MS
.(art-s till Hut, frt l aM. .
4-Llliuoluslal Pum, . P4m fat
tVa.. w.lM Its. r.W,4, . (a a.
5-Divkc CttMt, PriM Bsf
faHI'e. ale-N-Ns ' trssfsH. W Uta JsVr
stssMa. mr rrymfit l le-a-s. Ms inir a
ItW.r JtaaU M-l tWara fcrW tkm an V ,
Wfts.fr. J. W, Hmhttimm " ?
aW Ruin anj uker Wors-ystl. a
kUnaua -My In oUaWj on ,-ilitaittts a. J. W, faaV
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