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llowottLu, tl I . rehruary to, iMj.
IlmineM for the weeV h heen cf our tharafterUtic
fea.t Vlnd that we are often famlthlng tot The fre
ltin-y ( forrlgn arrival ha Vej4 up that fever heat of
Interest, Mir and bmtle.that it gratifying to ileaW. ami
Irfipmtm, MIj the hi-f'i"(C home hate li fMpinjE
Ihir toward Ihc retail trade atvi ha ten tlmlUrly
anVled, though that ml.on decoding upon a lively
In.lq jnit prior to coronation week meeti with much
We twtt the Incorporation thle week of Ihe old citaft
l..tp-.t home of L Itrewer A Co. a a joint tok com
imny. with a oh -it a! $),'" hut we learn that appHca
11 ha 111 filed with the MlnUter of the Interior
lo Increase) the Mmq to fn,iu $)jo,at.f which If
already tak-en up ami the cath paid In.
Mmm I. R. J inter A Co. hare a!w oUalned a
rharter for Irrt Inter Ulan! Steam Navigation Com
piny, of $,cnj capital, of whkh their coattlrtg
.teamen HsUtnf, f K Htthcfi ami Jtima Mtktit
form the hatU.
V veral removal changes are under way lo alio the
w V mi the propped LampMI llork to commence.
Mt ts U. W Matfartsne A Co will take the ipacfaw
irnrrof the Ileaver Moclr, and their old Ms ml oftfjueen
jiwi will I occupied Ly Mtwt Mofftchlaeger A Co.,
Air Kuuiri law office hat rtVted along Merchant
ttrrei, ftilning K V. Ilitletlon'; A V Kkliartlwm
t ( o. have tvA )et oMatned niitaMe quarter, while I
O 1 hrtim will merge hi down town huiineM into hi
1 irt Mrret te fur the time ling
Much relief wju felt In the community on receit of
the new of the aafety of tlie .Vwr, ami douMy pleed
at her arrival mi I1.urnd.iy, the Bill Instant She bring
in .late to the jut ult , with much Interesting and Im
itanl newt, hut no material ihange In market i.uuta
tnm of UUnd produce, to far a we gather. I he action
uhhi our treaty I rrjNHted elsewhere.
I he arrival from the Coatt,ai Intimated a hove, have
Wf n i mm root for the week (we ht), and their cargo
will i late our itralrr In full Mmk for vnie lime I1.e
I'Ucilt, from Liver jmul to Mfsr. Iheo II Iavie A
Co , nlo hrlng a large nvtotted cargo of ttflile I uro-
In eipoiti, tiiKe our last, we have to rcpott that of
the Almy anil fftitrfat, with eargoei valued At
$11,771,14 and $j8,4r7 j retpectively.
We have quite a fleet on the Iwrtli (or the Coait, a
nlvi the inaimlng I'. M trAtnerftitt7i,diie robntly
lo-morrow afterti'jun. 'Hie Shi will return altout the
IMtlhFtlanal- dilji,(i J mi 'ttc 1 i jrk i I
general tni tiamii
The Mul III arnvl from Vaine on Wnlnmiay
laM, havin in low lh .h.mrf t mma, nkh wtnt
hote t lhal 4a iltnlng lh late Vona. Th J mn
ha ht UMtwi.nl tall all In, loof IhrM Yffitt in
!.. r.! Mm to k htwIii iraln!. She Im
haaletl in n Timwm . wn.ii ii it)!,!!!.
Th Amwlran Hire mll mh-wmn I C ForJ
tiit.l fr.n Snn Iraqthcoon Satnnlajr la.l after
ravage of 16 ilayt. Snf htlnm a rnneral arm of
mrrthaivllw, alw r, tlmtnn, etc , fr the Anwtain
hiillof Caiain iVlll.ler, fotmnly tt hn tm
.re llaywanl, rommarvl. Ihe r oril She l IlK.lit(tln!
at Swemon '. hrf
Die Ameiloin llnlliw Cnmuelo. Caaln How
aril, anlve.1 nne.iietleilly from San r ranciw on I ue
ilylil, after a fin tun of li dajrf, arl wily j( ilayi
on the ronn.l Irlp ll h many a kmu ilay Mnce iKh a
rouml Irin run tieen r!, wlilrh wa 'Inrlnc Ihe ilay
of Ihe VanVee ami Cornel. Ilw Comlielj it illKriarK
tni at the oM CiiMom houw wharf
CaMiln 1 urnet launthnl a fine hnf jeilenlay from
1.1. u..l . it. fJ r.1 llili .lreel fthe U IW fett
lonu ami will carry upwar.l of Jy torn ilea.1 welsh!
She 1. name.1 the Selina, in romilimenl of Hie wife of
L.Ham 1 Senneii, one ol tne owner., Lpiin i
1. n.l At,1Uv llntf Ihe uhrm. llie la.l nameil will
eommam! the ve-l - li 'Ihe ale ireanel may be
looked for at tlm ti .horny
t'fAm tn r'rlnrlu-n. lr CnnMlflo. t-h f -Mr and
Mr Iirtjh l.yom, A I on, W II I y.n. Row Lyom,
John Chaff.-, Him North, Ml J A Itra
from Hawaii, tier Meamef IwMnni.rehy WdpjM
ale, Mr I Kauhane lame llerwl, J llridle, Hon
I) II Nahinti, Judge C V V Kai, Judge J I) HoapUi,
W H Dtvie. fleo I- McLean ami wife.
trom Han l-rnnci-ro, r John l StterkeU. rebo
.Mr awl Mr J K 1'oiter. Mra J I'orter, Mm llelte
I'otter, A S(.il.l-jn, im rtuh
tram Knhi lid, t-ct KlUue-t Itoa. Icli t-.OM
wifeatMlchdd, II K l'aenger, Ihos Dely, H W Sim-
mon, II I.e IoIce.
Arrlmt fit lort ttf Itottntuht,
Kilaura Hon, tmr, Sean, from Kuliulul Feb
UI1.W.W. Ilnl bk. Swiclobwftkl. from Liverpool
I (" r-ord.Am tern, ( HalliMer, 16 dp fm S K "
Wat hurlt( U S S, t'rnrton, 13 day front S K M
Ief,ut. ktiu, IfDfcncn, fm AloluVai and Hana "
(rii Siegel. ch , from Kootau. . "
Ann.1, Am kIi, McCultoch. from Kahulul
(jctlykburg. Am ihlu IlieobaM. fm Newcastle,
N. S, W ...
Likchke, Mm, King, from H1I0. . "
Nellie Mcrnllf kIi. CliriMnn. from IfiOuIna, . "
Kauikriouli, tell .from Ifonoluii . , . "
Jennia Walker. Haw kIi, 11 days from Wa.h
Ingiun lihnjt ... . "
I l Si rrckelt. Am lgtnet rrihjdaya fmH K "
KrkauliiuM, M.h. from HanaleL ...
l.lmkaL nhr, from WaUlua. . "
( uumieto. bgtne,, Howard, ti di from S. V. "
M iry K. Pmter, kIi, from Hunuapo "
Mokobi, ktm, Alc(!rrgor. fm Waiinae. with tch
1 ntma In luw,. "
Iwalani, Mm , Itate, from Kona, Kau, Mialaea "
Sucj ( S S, l)Id, from San Francisco . "
I ( Mm ray, Am bk, Jenks, it day and ai
hour from San Krancitco . "
( I llouk, Hrit S S, Jarvi, from San 1- ran , "
l.ucretU. Am whl ttmr, from crulte . . "
from wimlwar.t port, per l.ueime, reu 4- wovern
eof Hawaii. S (AVilder, K M.CA Ahf rd. Call
Spencer, K Kckoa, K K Terley, lr Kettride, Mr
Andrew, Ir Seeley, W JoNnvm and wife. Nflkapinhi,
I K I nea, Knlel, J M fl1iompon and wife, K V Kui
kahi, L I NIrhoNand wife. I K Vidi, J W Yarndley,
1 ...( t L II... 3 L.k..L.Lf..tl Xlra tvn.il
1 II IIVIC. v- r iirtii, n . iiiiiuiiii."iii ..... ..-...,
M r'.Mt.tti I lUumi ami wiftr. Mr W Writiht am!
chill. P N Makce. Mi lloaph. F N Waitune. Mri
MI Mwanh, Mi Coffin,
Mi Corning. MU King, L Aholo, wii
A a.ii.lffc.t fan.t h if.
trum Molokai an-I Miul, ter i-etuia, reu 3flir
Kawaiku, UJone and wife, Mr llirueworth, and ten
trout- an Krancico, per J C Ford, Kelt 3 M M
lailur, KK Mile ami C II Mile.
From San M-wiciVo, er John I) Spreckrli, I eh 5
J K I'urtcr, wife and child, MIm Potter, H Gibbon,
and eighteen Chinamen
Maker. Feb i-L McCully, Mr
HeerLM Am bgtne, Winding, for San Fran Fel
lame Makce, MclonaId, fur Kauai , "
WaimaiiaK), mm, Nelon, for Wmmanalo "
W.ulfle, tch. for MatiLti... .. "
Nettie Alcinll, m)i, Christian, fur !.ahaina '
LiLehke, 1I111. King, for Hitoand way prtt '
lhua, ttm, Ijrcneii, for Molokai nnd Hani. "
Kilauen llou, Urn, Sear, fur Kahulul . . . "
I hukai, M.h, fur WaUlua. '
Krkauluuhi. uh , for llanatei "
Kamkeauuli, ch, for Ilouokia. "
II W Almy, Am. lurk. Meeman, for S. F . M
Jainc Malee, ktm, Mclonatd, for KauaL. . . '
Merchantmen Vrattl now tn lort.
K-iu.iL rr la Makee. l-tli 11
. W AWhitmL'. S 11 IoIe. L Stnlti,
child, and eleven deck.
1-or ..iii rranriKo, er iiepcrnn, r cu 3
Air I no nahicn
Vnt Sin I randim. trer II W AIirH. Fefi 7 N Chi
tnplieraon, wife and chiM, Mi M F. Itrown, Samuel
r or Maul ami Mtik.kai, ir Uhiui, Feb 6 W Out
W llrede, I)r fitch, J (JilTm, Max Middiou.
for wliu.Mnnl nort. tKr Likelike. leh 6 N Cmn
111, Dr. C S Klttttetlge, V N M-ikrc, I) K V1.I1. Mi
V Irownrtt, Mr K C Austin. J Iiri. L I) Ualdwin,
AC Alenander, FInke, J 1 Terriman.
From Nanaimo, 11 C ex Kcvcre, Feb 31135 tons
of coal to Allen A KoUrnon.
hrontSin hrincivoicx J C Ford. Icb 3 riiitlip A
Co. ccig-ir, aclolacco, 31CS plug tobacco, 7pkg
tilmca, 95 c gin ; W C Cnx.l 1 kg crockery; CO
lierger 0 iron taiet, 7 c leiepnone miiernii ; uuer
Co. Tncy tk bone meal, 45 pkg crttker, lo kk corn, t
bbl vinrcix, 5 c IolstrM, a c chicken, 1 c cn.t pow
der, liu kk brtn, 3 c chcec, 3 Kill talt, 1 bx herring;
'1 J Moinin a c syrup, 3 hi apple, a c him, a cs
candle, 4 cs lard, 1 lull broom, 5 bx imtatoe. 5I1X
t".r. ot ski Hour, a c iieichr, 5 c fruit ; lUmin
1 !ro. 50 tiale of ln ; (5 Y Well 1 piano, tJ 1'minc 16
1 kg wire raging, aim.t, a tnj, opkc iron work:
1' C Advertiser 3 bx ti; Cattle U Cooke 1 Move and
future complete, Allen & lcobinvin lao1.bI lime, icto
ImIU ihiiikrle; O W Macfirline A Ca 330 bale hay, a
goat, 8 hor, 5 cow and cakie, a bull, Onlcr 84
kg tea, 105 iron, 3$so poit 7511 orick.
From Wahincton Ufand ex Jennie Walker, Feb
J S Walker 153 bg copra, t pkg hat, 1 oar, t mitt r cm,
IIkhman, IIanon(in dutreki)
Y 1 1 a, llrown.
Dakota. Wendt ,..,
l.txiiK M AMU all, Hergmann.
l.UMKKA, I'cnhalluw ,,
Lit yOkack, Hughe
Kkvivkk, Mclntre ,,,.
Di ijkk, SwictmUwkkt
J ( I-oan, I lUllutcr
H rT vsiu k(., 'Hieoliald
J II. SrhKCk'KLS, rrii.
SDK, . a, ,, IMiL, ,,
D. C Mdkhav.o Jenks.
C 1'. llook,Jarvi
MUtInk, 1 dwarda ,
.. Haw. bgtne
. . .Am. kiiin
. ..Am. bgtne
. .. .Mm, ship
.. ..Haw, bk
.. . Am tern
.,. . Am .veil
. . . Am khlp
.... Hut. S. h
... JI. II. M. S
t pickage patter.
ito c brandy, r c 1clung, a c clothing, 4 tales Dun
From Liverpool ex Ullock, Feb 5 Til IivicACo.
ilrjfrrff'l from orrIfii I'orts,
llrtSTON, Am. bk. Amv Tuknku ,
Uiie ret. 9530. I, llrewer & fJo., ngt.
Hhkmhn, Or. bk. C. H. Hi nop ...Walter
Due Feb. ao;. H. Hackfeld A Co., agti.
Nkw Viirk, Am. bktne. Llinor VRHNON.Humphre)-
Due March 5-io. CaMte A Cooke, agts.
LiVKMiooL, lint hip JanktCoumt Jackson
Due April 1.5. (. W Macfarlane A Co, Agent
IIkfmi-m, l,er. bk, CANoru,.,., Looe
Ioading Nov. 1. Hackfcld A Co., Agent.
LlVKHWNlL, lint, khipGLk.NHh.KVIK,... ....... ,.,..
Uding Nov. 30. 'I. II. Davie & Co.. Agent.
Tout (Iamklk, Am. tern M. U Smith Johnon
Due, HackfcM& Co., agts.
1kt Oamiiik, Am. Ik. LhikKALii.,,,,. Gattcr
Due. Hackfeld Si Co., ngt.
Nkhcatlr. N. S. W., JiriltLKR
Due Feb. ij-jo. Wilder A Co., agent.
I)kT (iamblk. Am. tch. J. F. Mill UK Hanson
Due leb, tc-ao.
IhisruN.Am bk. S, II. Allen
To sail about Feb, m. C. ltrcwcr A Co., Agent.
IlKkklkN, Ctct. S, S. KllkkNrrLS..,.,..,M,, ,
Due April 10-15. " llackfehl A Ca, Agent.
San Fkancisui, Am. Lktne. )isvOkwv l'erriman
Due Feb. 13.au. It. Ihckfehlct Ca, Agents.
bW'NKY, I. M. S. S. ZrtLANUiA .. ,, Webber
Due lebia. 11, Hackfcld & Co., Agents.
San I-hancislu, i.vi.s, Cirvor Naw Vork Cobb
Due Fel. 17. II. Ilackfeld it Ca.agt.
Hl'MiHtLi.r. Am sch Fannonia... .,,..,,..
Due Feb, 10, Allen & Robinson, Agents.
CtLAMfOW, Hilt Ship, SltANOON... . ,.,,, .
Due July 1.5. (J. W. Macfailane & Ca, Agent.
San t mancim.o. Am Wtne Sruna. ,, , , Miller
Due Feb. 10-1. W. (J. Irwm A Co., apents.
dee, 1,000 (lower pls, 100 bblscement, ojoetlging tiles,
too bricks, 1 c millinery, 150 c gin, 6ohg gnmbiar,
7 bbl alum, 1 pc sample, 13 crilci earthenware, 4 ck
filaware, 16 ck chemical, 8 ck apoili ware, tear
iiage, t pole. 1 loi!er, 8 c macluner, a6 pkgs elTects,
a8 pkg crockery, 3 c rluets, 18 cs and 10 bales cotton
gooili, i6r bxs linplate, 5 cs iron, 301 Ulls hon, iocs
jellow metal, 100 bdl wire, pkj baskets, 30 1n1
A Ikg hardware, 4 rollers, 3 Ull wirenorks, actum
lrrella stands, g kg nail, 13 c oilman stores, 1 sewing
machine, ac piano stool, 3c furniture, 19c dry good,
a c sadller, r jib, 1 link, 4 wheel, 1 frame, t drum,
1 spur wheel; Calmer A Co. lock sod, icks mar
nletlut, tocsilrug, iocs lilting; K Muling sex
clotliing; ( V Macfatlane ft Lo, 450 bxs soap; K A
Mcfie Jr 54 Iron pipes, 6 Iron liands, a Iron tulc, t bx
belt, 1 c effect i, 1 c iron works, a lead Ingots; HolT
schlaegcr & Ca 8 hale dundee, t c samples, a cs sad
dlerr. 14 cs cotton coodt. o IhIU buckets, ao csks shot.
60 Mi wire, ao crate earthenware; Cattle A Cooke 300
ban siap, do tiale bag, a bis fishhnes, 17 pack wagon;
W S Luce 3 c effect. 1 dog; Schieter A Co. too bl
wire, kctailrt: I 1 Waterhouw; B pkgs e,arthen
ware, 150 Ull full plate, ic glassware, c milk, ic
mdte, 1 crate gUssware, 1 c crockery; S Magnin 4
crate earthenware, ta csclolhmc; Hollister A Co. 1
oarboy, 7 pkg atoth ware; J Nott 215 Ml Iron tubes.
r V ItUlt. U I. IV..t .'11-, U PI IV-.3 It-frt. 0J IIIIHLI ITUI1.
dt wire. 1 cs coiu-rr sheet. 61 bx tin t.late. 10 U1U
bucket; K O Hall & Son 3 csk alum, 1 cnte earthen'
wrre; Order 338 pkg oilman stores, 4 c shetihing, g
kg nail, a 10 1 pkgs Iron wnre and machinery, 140 cs
beer, 650 Wis wire, s pkg hardware, 1 c machinery,
100 cs tmise, 3 c nam ware, a oa.e muse, 50 arum oil,
iocsinde. i kemdse. too c stout. 61 nkes mde. 11
pkg gla ware, 600 IhII wire, ion liasket gin, 10 csk
ling CoumifIo Jan afi, at 3 p in, took my departure
fiouiSau rriKisco (or llonoluln; from thence to the
miIi.Ui ta aa' SB" north. Ion iasa ai'm west, lit-tit
baiHing wuuU; from N N W West ami W S W, tine
weather, heavy N W swell; from thence to pott, mod
train and ftesh wind fioni N i: Fjitsand 1. by S,
I w tiling fine weather nvxterate and rough sea. 'lem
iiidimvainiiui 77, nun 53. turomeier, max 30.65,
miii 30.( dunng the passage. At o a m sighted eat
end of Molokai, bcanng S S W. distant 16 mile,
Cloud), luiy atnioiplicre. 'look pilot on Nard at 4 u
lonvlulu. Round voyage from Honolulu. 11
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i v iiiirray
V OUI kel SlUlldlni? Ul inilili 1. tut iliri 1 1,-.,.
..II.A- I. . . . . 7. ." "" .."-
tin ui iiamona iicaiu I
1 in. have had moment
liilht sliowcrs of rain ih a,tii niinn.
...Ti 1 .:: -..". "-"- ---,-.
aM imv uu Kl MUUOini
lfl San rrancisco, Jan 17.60
n t. ana 1; n 1; wum.
sail and did
Un Ihe vec-
J'assagen dasand w hours.
'IV schooner Anna ti anchored tn the haibor await
in fi eight,
OMlliiltsh ship Abetanun Is at the old ueamahlii
'Ihe llawatun Uik Ully Grace sail fur San Fran.
iitcM early licit week
l"he American batkentine Kurela Is at the foot of
tv Nir uiH-oarguig
'llw Itoiiduras bark llcimann ti ditclurging her
lumber at the Esplanade,
'llie Amerivan lark Kiwre Is discharging coal at the
fool of steamer Ukclike dovk.
Ihe IlitlUh steamship CT llooV.lt at the foot of
rut 1 sireei disliarging her cargo.
P Ulgaiulne Nlniiohas Uen upon the Marine
K-uUay this wek fur repairs.
'Hie lhuUh stcanuhlp Abergcldtc wn U Ixindon
January 11M, up for Houolulu.
x Anwtkan missionary packet Morning Star 1 oft
Hh Market wharf, tulntlng, tepiiuig. etc.
11 llrttlsh luik UlUk I at Itrewer & Ca whatf
uiHiMnim a general cargo 01 cumpean guo.1,
'Ilw American Uuk Utne Marshall I at the fool of
w wri uM.nrguig lumoer, an win sail in a Uai
w two. '
ihm Ameitcan batkentine F.1U, at Itrtwtr & CoA
v bar f. has mdhed loading and sails to-day for San
.. tr ihanVt are due and hereby tendered u CaKaln
iunaiiow,! tuiliuer.jenki and Hod for tdes
lli. ik.. urn D.Vvna It at Al'ro X KoUn.
oil. luiL S.I.. hai CniiiwJtJlKlWjlii anj ill
Hn irugn llw kl.ilii. Kail.av.
111. I'. M S. S. ZulanJu ill U Ju. from ih. Cii.
lo U iJr with Idler, and tntuaf c
"1. Aunlv-au bark rw Qun, Wlrjuiir, in'wti
.Jf 1 1 ill laniuryiia, l Oar. hum Nanauuu, anj
.jiW.1 iiu um, iLiy fg, liana. Maul, whtr, h . ill
'ITw Sui aiil.cj on TtiunJay from San IVanciwn.
A UI.J. ITU. J ticlU Iwr uii.al .1 tur Axk. bhm U
li.luraw at I', al, S. S. JaW, anj .ill uil foe San
ruu.ii.uiM iniuMiar mil.
Im American Uuk ! C Murray auk, ,01 iue vt
her kiuil lUa lii cuutijitf down In iida)tjkli
Uwn. SK. Iia, teen ou Ih, dry dotk and thoroughly
.. It tull Kk. 1. .1 ik. ....I I. .H..1l .
1mi a.h..onr JcnnW Walker anl.cd from Walking
Ion IdanJ ut MoivXiy Uu. ih. iU k. (wt ou I be
ililorouie, Hi, A. I', Cooke, aei.l, Miliar ou or about
'11 AuieiKan thlp Gctl).burg ajtlved from New
-ai . . W , on Sunday Uu, 104 dap auaxe,
lahal al dU)u hbe it at anchor bi Ihe tu.iui
a.autac bnh to dwlurg
W, kara I hit Ihe O. S. S. Cwiany tun kued ih.
UJ UUindiii ohaif (oriueilyucoiicd ly the H. M. S,
Js Cjwtany, Thyy ill erex.1 a U( varehoUM ahottly
lor Ih, awNUHudallon of Irelht, etc
'IV.Auerkaa Ulcanlln, John ll Sure.k,U arrived
wi Uou.Ur tM, 1 j day, dwu baa rram.i.oi. Utagutf
Due, U-itWulu,, m, uolhtr tvluinul It, bteU
Surtly thtto 11 sume'liing tn ling trn to
Ihc j-cojilc as inlicnting Ihc "ilmnc tifilil" y
a kiml of apo-itolicnl sncccnioiil WcUlicc
no one ptelenili lhal K.ilik.iun rtwumci Ihe
crown in emulitlon of any of his prcilcccssors,
nml clilrlly, no dotiht, tiecninc none of them
ever wore one. Whether the toiir of Ihc ttoild
in something more than eighty il.iys turned his
heml cmHnwnnU or not c cnnnol relate.
DdulillcM on lint cruise he alisorhcil something
of ihe perfume of court life which has given
him a ilistante for the aromas of Hawaii Ncij
lil we assure oiitsel.es that the one u ho has
done .1 lasting injury to Knlakaua, nhu has
mike liim ilissntisfieil with his xnillon as ruler
of a kingdom in n nutshell, .ttul who Is In n
great measure accountable for the present un
wholesome comlition of the tiolitical almos
phere, is Ihe antiquated l'rcmlcr lint bur
leiue Ilenconsfiel.l of the Hawaiian Court.
An unprincipled Intriguer docs not hesitate
to make every sacrifice whereby he may gain
his end. Human sacrifices, it Is supposed,
were long since abolished in these Islands, but
there is a kind of human sacrifice which is still
offered Ukjii the altar of unholy ambition a
vicarious one In this particular case whereby
the l'rcmlcr will, it is presumed al court,
glorify himself In the crowning of his sovcr
eign. We shall sec what ve shall seel There
will doubtless be room enough for all In the
lanal, even though the distracted courtiers arc
driven into the higlmajs anil thcb)waysto
muster the complement of guests.
Itcptthliean principles may withhold the
American who is most interested in Ihc web
fire of this kingdom, but it is their disgust
lint will prevent the Knglish colony from vH
ncsslng an exhibition ol childish vanity which
must Impress thc,m as being a ridiculous cari
cature of a most splendid and impressive
viTcmnlty, and one which in their c)cs pos
sesses the utmost significance.
The 12th of I'ebruary, 1SS3, will, we trust,
be remembered In the annals of this,kingdom,
for on that occasion, circumstances permitting,
the statue of Kamchimcha I will be unveiled.
Vine mil a kingl a conquering hero who
ruled its few have ruled, and whose record
should lie an Inspiration to joung Hawaii
through all time. When a worthy twet rises
losing the epic of his conquests it will be
found that the reign of Kamchamtha I is with
out a parallel in modern history. There he
stands, naked, majestical, the bronrc not
firmer than was his will. Would a fillet of
gilt i leaves add anjthing to his divinity, or
a skitt of velvet make him any more a king?
His fixed c)es stare in blank amircment at the
kindergarten pranks of our quasi ro)alty. Let
Kalakaua think of this when he girds up his
loins to receive the crown, and with the
spangled train dangling aliout his shod heels;
let him realize tint all this flummery is paid
for or as ) ct only partly piid for by a special
drain upon the ixckcts of the practical and in
dustrious mm coronation people who arc at
this moment running his kingdom for him ami
saving him from bankruptcy.
He may have lieguiled a Japanese Knibassa
dor who seems not to have understood the
situation, and whose predicament as a solitary
representative at the Hawaiian Court must lie
singularly mortifjing, but the beggarly array
of non-saluting gunboats shows in what esti
mation he is held abroad.
Sigh lib more, ladies I and take no thought
of what )c shall cat, or what )e shall drink,
or wherewithal vc shall be clothed, for though
the Premier has striven to enlighten )ou, it is
evidently to be a pot-luck coronation after all.
Kalakaua may sport his robes he would lie
more suitably appareled were he but clothed
in his right mind and the public may smile nt
the liliputian pageant, but the Premier having
prccipitatcil the climax can now quietly take a
back seat. His occupation ts goncl
He and his henchmen have outlived their own
epitaphs, and wc pro; ose to be in at the death I
receptions, dinners, attentions, etc, that have
Wen given our worthy visitors) and being dc
tirous of placing a true state of the matter be
fore our readers, we Interviewed the represen
tative himself, but found him to preserve a
rigid diplomatic silence upon the subject.
Now Mr. Carter may or may not care one lota
of this apparent studied neglect on the att
of this government, through Its Minister
of l'orcign Affairs, to treat him with common
courtesy and diplomatic etiquette. This com
munily, however, docs. If any insult is dc
signed Japan, wc have the right lo know why,
It is ossihte that our aspiring Premier knows
no lictlcr, but wc can assure him thai the shal
low attempt tn entertain these illustrious guests
of Ihc nation and Ignore their representative is
seen through by Ihcm, ami if, as Is reported,
they determine to leave our shores by the out
going mail steamer, coronation or no corona
lion, wc may rest assured the gaiuincss of our
government's whole maneuvers, diplomatic,
coronation and all, is seen through by them.
Naturally In shaking our dust from off their
feet they w ill justly ask if this Is the recompense
wc make Jaian for the high honor she has vld
us In entertaining our King, receiving our
commissioner and sending an embassy to our
coronation. Verily If this government docs
not hear of the matter, wc arc very much mis
taken in the class of men Japan selects to send
abroad on diplomatic missions.
(la(S lalU(VAIC. WJU lauil Will, UI IhiKITl 111, K
ktanlei. B kg hardware, 3 dogs and 3 pkg to ndi
tromS.in Francisco ex I I) SnrtckeU. Feb 6
irwm o. v,o. iqio cs cnai 011. o n co..iun. 1 c encete, 1
'oodt, t c saddlery. 1 too ski llonr.
7 ikft hi
nt. 377 s
and 1 c effects: Wilder &. Co. 150 ki Imne meal:
1 ao his hay,
, 4 hricks
i. nuei n. sl.u. isusk mine 111c.11: ituuci
tfe Co. kK kirtour, 130 vks bran; I. I Adam. a
and 12 i-Vrs huream, 3 pkgi furniture, 8 ca chain, ic fur
niture, 3C3Lm, 8pkgMandt, Scswaihsttnd; O West
Soikscoal; HolhstcTik Co. acsand 37 tkc tohacro.
Ivejoy & 0, 30 ca Mine; McChcsney A. Son, 3 pkg;
mdc; Then It llolliorn. 1 bras jiropeller, 1 cs legnum
vitlr; Wing Wo Chin A: Co, too cs oil; 0 O Ilergcr,
10 tikes telephone material: (1 W Macfarlamt Ft Ca. lfi
pkci Mores, 43 cs head, 1 cs chtorno., 1 bbl heads. ia
cs chanipacne, to cs cooler J Dalles & Co. oo hhls
lay ,t to, 33 libll sugar; CI! JuiM, 36plKS
t Sam Nott, in pic safes, stores, hollw
VII Holmes. 16 nkct furniture. .16 ca naints. 1
cs ham; A I. Smith, it pkes sewing machines; IIman
Itros, 7 cs boots and shoes, 3 cs hats 3 cs mdte; J K
Poiter. t c Itouschold (roods, a stallions, it blshav. 9
trunks 37 sks hi) , a tmnks, 97 kks barley, 16 sis bran;
(Juecn h in mn, 1 cs mde.
From Sydney, (wr Oettjiburg, Feb 7 Coal, 1,47a
tons, to Wm G Irwin Si Co,
K Am bg Hesperian, hence for San Francisco, Feb
1 Sfi7t5a I" sufiir. 62,3uu Il-s ri, 3c Iwiil Icaest aj
bnchs liananas, iai ulls sugarcane. Vnlue $iS,4uo,ia
1.x Am bk. Ilv Almy, hence for San Krancisco, reb
7 -M5i4oo lbs rice, 586.70a tbs sugtr. Value $41,317x74.
ScBUir.Koun In this city, February 7th, to the wife
wi f o, viinijrHir, n oil.
1 fj nil
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, to, tS8j.
Alt matter for the Saturday Press iliouM be
address, J to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
CAKK OF t.EVEKS.
The Hoard of Health acting, as Is under
stood, under the joint Inspiration of the l'rc-
micr-I'rcslilcnl and Dr. l'ltch, has given
another proof of its peculiar Ideas of consist
ency and devotion to the public welfare. As
has before been noticed, according to the
Daily AJvtrtiscr of the 6th ult., "The Hoard
has resolved lo take measures for the Invita
tion of Sisters of Charily to assist the nursing
of the indigent sick In this country." This of
course on the face of it sounds very fine and
apiicars like an evidence of thoughtful atten
tion to the interests of the "Indigent sick."
Hut when wc find that the same Hoard at the
same time refusal to consider a proposition to
provide a resilient physician for the leper
establishment on Molokai, our enthusiasm
over the action of the Hoard receives a some
what severe check. We naturally seek an ex
planation of this seeming ineon-dstency. The
only rational explanation seems to lie that the
former proposition is peculiarly available for
puroscs of "buncombe," while the latter is
not. To send to distant lands for members of
the "blessed sisterhood," "Induced by the
spirit of Divine Love which animates them,"
etc. (iV Daily I', C. A.), sounds very grand,
is calculated to make a fine impression abroad
and is expected lo redound to the glory of the
Hoard in general and of Ihe premier in particu
lar. Hut the employment of a phjsician to
attend to the wants of the poor unfortunates
at Kalauao is such a simple, busincss-bke and
common-sense proposition that it finds little
favor in the sight of officials constantly on the
lookout for something sensational wherewith
to dazzle the ejes of the thoughtless and tickle
Ihc fancy of the ignorant. Of course vie have
nothing to say against the Sisters of Charity
or their work. Wc hav e the hiuhest respect
for the ladies constituting that sisterhood and
believe their ministrations would be of great
service among the indigent sick of these
islands. Hut an intelligent public, desiring
to have justice and humanity displa)cd in the
treatment of our leper imputation, will be apt
to see in the recent action of the Hoard of
Health an attempt to use the well-earned
reputation of the Sisters of Charity as a screen
for their failure to perform a plain duty. It is
a very foolish Hoard of Health and ctjually
simple Premier to suppose that the public can
be hoodwinked by such transparent devices.
and uncover his head. And whoso riselh nut
up and tincovercth not his head should be
cursed In the government ncwsMcr, even the
Terrific I'rcmicrial Anathcmatiscr. There arc
certain souths who arc men of affairs In the
Islands, even Illastus, Torcdo and Ironclad.
These men, O King, have not regarded thee;
llicy do not approve of the golden crown, and
did not rise up and uncover their heads."
Then Cosmox)litando In his rage and fury
commanded to bring Illastus, Torpedo and
Ironclad, Then they brought these men lie
fore the King, and he spake ami mid: "Is it
true Illastus, Torpedo and Irnnchd, do not jc
regard me nor approve of the golden crown
that I have made?" Illastus, Torcdo and
Ironclad answered and unlit to the King:
" Wc arc not careful to answer thee, O Cos
moiiotitando, in this matter. If It lie so that
we ate to be cursed In the government news
paper, even the Terrific I'rctnierial Anathema-
titer, Ix it known unto thee, 0 King, that we
will not regard thee in this matter noypprovc
of the golden crown." Then was Cosmopoli
tando wroth, and he commanded that I'liili
gtec should write curses against Ihcm more
terrible even than is his wont, and publish
them in the Terrific I'rcmicrial Anathcmatiser
ami send them to all parts of the kingdom,
that every one might read. And Hiiligrec
look uHin him this work and set up the whole
of one night and searched studiously a diction
ary of epithets, and consumed much kerosene,
that he might make the curses exceedingly
ilreaillul. Anil he published them in the ler
rlfic I'rcmicrial Anathcmatiscr and sent-them
to all parts of the kingdom. Hut it is not
known even to this day thai Illastus, Torpedo
and Ironclad suffered in liody and mind or
estate by reason of them.
THEO. H. DAIS & Co.
COR HONGKONG DIRECT,
rtw Ai IWiWi Iron Steamer
v. v. hook,
Ttin.ilny .Fourtinrjr l!Ith
Per frHaht or tHMM, apply lo
tt II.UACKli'.I.D&CO Accr.li,
pOR SAN FRANCISCO,
It Tine American Sshouner
A XX A,
Tho Arm or Pnltnnr A Kllbonrn
Is this day iliMolred t,y mutual consent.
llonelulii, Jan. tj, ifSj.
I. A. I'Aluie,
W V Kuaouaw
J. A. PALMER an.1 KI.MF.K 11 TIIACHKR
hate tMs ihy formed a aa.pArtnenhTii. under tr Aim
rum. of l'Al.Mi:KfcTTlACllKK.
tH'HR fOK SAM,
from the cargoes of the XII. I OCK and other recent
veset., tlie following
Dry Goods amlCloUiing:
Print of the Utt MyhH, f.nl cittori;
JHue lnt!ii, Itrown I inn lnHi
Vhiie (roilon Mitttlng.
tlcrrnik'ft Img (Jjtln. WAtrirtif'Iwret.t
'I imrti nml 'lowclinj?, ()!. lowel,
'I bht Uulln, I able N-n kin.
Purn LIiioim, ShnWaU, Drovn Goods,
(lulcit DUpnloli for tho Alinvn Port,
For frhtht or ikhhc. Hy ta
1.8 7r Ikwin ft a), Atr.tfc
OR SAM FRANCISCO,
Qulok Dt.pntrh for tlm Aliovo Port,
Tor ftetelit or paKiee, anly lo
1,8 W ((.IRWIN ft LO.Ap-nts.
Monotutii, Jan. ff, M
- It IllAellRR,
N AT THE DEATH 1
We, for one, proMisc to lie In at the death,
now almost houtly eectcd I Wc have fought
against it persistently and, we believe, con
stantly, ever since It first dawned upon us that
luch a contingency lay within the range of
iuibility, Wc have striven to impress upon
the minds of our readers the nature of the dis
aster that threatened the nation. lWibly wc
have not striven in vain, for, though the civil
lied portion of the community must teallie the
folly of the iK'ctacular display announced to
take place on Monday neat, and though the
majority have uttered protestations In every
way, shape and form, Ihc preparations for the
awful moment have been continued in cold
blood the wtndiug sheets of velvet and ermine
have arrival, the satirical crown is here, the
funeral bakc-mcats arc a stewing and wc pro
ose lo be in at the death.
When the hie of David Kalakaua Is writ
ten the suitable life which can IkwxiI of more
vicluitudcithan the late I-ouis Naolcon en
Joed when that life it written wc wonder if
a parallel may not lie drawn (other things,
however, being far from ciual) between Louis
and David? Louis had his ups and downs,
and never knew when he was well olT. A lit
tle wotldly wisdom might have leavened the
ambition which was at once his glory and his
shame. A little wiulotn, and the that
born of it, might hav e retained him upon. Ihc
throne of France, have saved the lives of
thousands, and liavc spared Win the contempt
of his own people, coupled with disastrous de
feat and ignominious tlight.
Docs Kalakaua Imagine for a moment that
a few thousand dollars worth of dry goods and
a crown which Is by no means a crown of
glory or of victory, will make him any mote of
a king than he has Ikcii heretofore?
There was one who in his misery and rags
was "every Inch a kingi" whom gticf and
hunger and desertion, the lcm)c$t and the
heat en-splitting elements coulj not uncrown,
but this one wis not Louis nor Datidl
Finding the large and distinguished attend
ancc anticipate-d at the inception of the idea of a
Coronation, fast dw indling, under the honest rep
resentations of the opposition frets, into a pros
pective!) dispropoitionatcaudicncc, andthepro
jeeted ceremony fast approaching the realization
ofamost content ptihlcabsurditv. in which no sen
sible persons, excepting such as arc compelled
by circumstances, intend to participate, the
journal of the Premier would once and for all
squeak his justification, and add its last feeble
bspings to rally the broken ranks of the elccri
pit old man.
We are told, by way of apology and excuse,
(those wcations so worn and scarred
in the service of the Premier) that the antici
paled abscence of a certain person of high
rank, is to be accounted for, by physical in
ability to attend j and that certain societies
will not attend, as such, owing solely to the
fact that large majorities of their numlicrs, be
ing separately invited, prefer to attend pri
vately, or in official capacity, not connected
with their societies. Hut, while the contem
plated abscence of one certain ierson of high
(chief) rank is explained by the crewr to its
own satisfaction, and perhaps to the satisfac
tion of its few scattered followers, no attempt
whatever is made to explain, or excuse, the
prosective non-attendance of certain other in
dividuals of vrmal rank and standing.
We are informed by the astute and discern.
ing editor of lhat journal, that "the denuncia.
lions and criticisms of this state ceremony seem
puerile at this late day. They arc utterly of
non-effect." We are constrained to admit,
lhal in a certain limited sense, the latter state
ment Is In accotd with truth but this very
fact is our justification In uttering "denuncia
tions and criticisms" against this master act of
folly. That the King wilt be crowned has
tiasscd licvond the probability ofa doubt ; but,
that the ceremony will Im deprived of the im
pressive character which its designers had tn
anticipation, and that it will 1 looked upon
simply as a meaningless aUunltty by an over,
whelming majority of all classes of the popula
tion, is also a fact, and one owing mainly (o
the "denunciations and criticisms" of an r'
JtfKiiJtut frat. In reference to Ihc King or
his chosen Premier, wc arc awatc that the
strictures of lhat press have been ''utterly of
no effect " j but in this wchave received no
disappointment. We wrote for other minds
than theirs j and wc envy neither, the position
they hold to-day as a consequence of an act so
distaseful lo every intelligent person whose In.
teiests ate In any way subordinate lo the pros
pcrity of these Islands.
Where are the ship-loads of foreign "distin
guished guests," promised by the Premier, to
do honor to the occasion t potentates, or their
representatives, from foreign lands, with their
ironclad fleets lo deafen Ihe very heavens with
their applauding roar of cannon ? Oh I where?
Not even the ex-King of Tahiti has come to
do us honor. Hut one- nation of the Tdolw has
seen fit Id honor Ihe occasion by a representa
tion ul its couit, and that court U to be rep
rciented, as near as can be gathered, as the re
sult of mitinformatlon or misunderstanding,
the last of which may not vet have been heard.
.VSllTA'G A FRIENDLY NATION.
Various rumors have been current for social
dap iut as to the reasons why a commercial
agent of a friendly iiower, having the consider,
ation of this government so much at heatt as
lo send a siiecial embasy to present its ruler's
felicitations al this ausjdeious event of KaU.
,aua' reign, should be aUent from the saitou
In our supplement this week wc give the
annual statistical tables of the Custom-1 louse
for 1SS2, with our review notice thereon of the
trade of the islands, regretting lhat time and
space does not allow- us to enter into more de
tails in connection therewith, as they show a
very satisfactory and healthy condition of com
mercial progress. In this connection wc con
gratulate Deputy Collector E. P. Hendry and
staff, of the Customs Department, for the sue
ccssful result of their tabulating lalxus so much
earlier than usual, whereby we arc enabled to
present our annual review five weeks earlier
than last ) car,
THE CHRONICLES OF COSMOTOLl-TANDO.
And it came to pass that in the plenitude of
msKvver Cosmopohtando, the King, caused
a crown of nickel lo be made, overlaid with
pure gold, even the gold of Ophir, and fash
ioncd like unto a cocoanut i and he causcil it
to be placed on high in the treasury of Ihc
Then, according to the decree of the nobles
and representatives who sat in council, and
according to the council of Philigrcc, whom
the King had advanced and set alwve all that
wete with him, and to whom all the King's
servants that sat in the King's gate bowed
for so the King had commanded concerning
him 1 the King sent to gather together the
princes, the governors and the judges, the offi
cers of the army and the navy, the counsellors
and the sheriffs, and all the rulers of the
islands, and all iwtentatcs and embassadors
and consuls of kingdoms and empires over the
whole earth to come lo the coronation of Cos
mopolilando, the King, with the crown of
nickel overlaid. with gold and fashioned like
unto a cocoanut.
And exceeding much money was appor
tioned off by the nobles and representatives
who sat in council, for the feasting of the
princes, the governors and the judges, the offi
cers of the army and the navy, the counsellors
and the sheriffs, and all the rulers of the
islands, and all iKttcntatcs and cmlassadors
and consuls of kingdoms and empires over the
whole earth at such lime as they should be
And it came to pass when they were gath
ered together unto the coronation of Cosmoiioll
tando Ihe King, lhat they sat U-forc Cosmopoli.
tando the King, and the crown of nickel over
laid with gold and fashioned like unto a cocoa
nut, in the lanai of nor'west which Auger the
chief cariK-ntcr had builded Ufoic Ihc palace.
Then an herald cried out aloud, even Karkass,
Ihc King's hcraldi "To you it Is commanded,
O )c peojle, nations and languages, that at
what time )e hear the sound of the trotnlione,
coronet, flute, clarionet, sackbul, ialtcry,
dulcimer, fife, drum and triangle, and all kinds
of music, ye sliall rise up on your feet and un
cover )our heads. And whoso riseth not up
and uncovcrclh his head shall be cv,rscd In the
guv eminent newspaper, even the Terrific Pre
Therefore, al the time when Ihc crown was
placed on the head of Cosraopolitanevo the
King and all Ihc people heard Ihe sound of
Ihc trombone, cornel, flute, clarionet, sack
but, psaltery, dulcimer, fife, drum am) triangle,
and all kinds of aiuslc, all Ihc leople, the na
tions and the languages stood up and uncov
ered their heads.
Wherefore, at that time certain phlunkies
came neat and accused others. They spake
and said to the King CosBtopoUtando, "O
King, live forever. Thou, O King, hast made
a decree that every roan that shall hew the
sound of the trombone, cornet, Bute, clarionet,
nckbut, psaltery, dulcbae-r, fife, drum and
triangle, ,d aU kiads ol mmk, shall rite up
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
I'or a new svmptom of hear! disease, seethe
Daily AJvciliter leader of the 71I1 Inst.
It is rumored that several prisoners arc In
be released on Coronation day. The admini
stration needs friends; ntid even ciiminils
don't forget favors.
Perhaps, as a contcniiorary suggcMi, the
Premier would like to go to Washington. It
might be for the good of his health, but it cer
tainly would not benefit the country.
That is considered nn awful "fish storv"
aliout the screw of Ihc Slit: striking a spar,
though it is iMmiblc she was coming along
Accordingtoadvcrtiseiiicnt, the Good Temp
lars will take part in the coronation procession
Is this in recognition of the good effects of the
liquor law lately pissed by the lA-gislatutc and
signed by 1 1 is Majest) ?
"The preparations for King Kalakaua's
coronation ate about completed. According
to indications the little nation will turn out
almost lo a man on the occasion So says
the San Francisco Ilnllcliii, but wc think they
have mistaken this man their time.
Wc notice that the Industrial School is to
occupy a central iiosition in the Coronation
procession; but the "Chain Gang" has been
omitted. Why this should be, wc cannot con
ceive, since the individuals composing cither
arc alike, in being offenders against the law.
Wctrust that the Schools, Orders, and Societirs,
who contemplate joining the procession, will
duly appreciate the sense of propriety that
would thus associate them with a penal regi
ment Perhaps the Court Journal will be able
The Assistant Superintendent of the Leper
Settlement at Kalawao through the press,
acknowledges the receipt of 13 lioxcs of Christ
mas presents sent from Honolulu to the lepers
there. He says: "Wc supplied CS boys and
43 E''lSi besides giving clothing to some women
who were really in want." The question na
turally arises Why should these women lie
"really in want" of clothing when so lilieral
an appropriation for their supjioit is at the dis
iiosal of the Hoard of Health. As this is a
statement made by an officer of the Hoard, we
take it to be true.
A ihadow falls across the shore,
Where seas thtir foam Heeled hillows pour
And greet the Ltnd with sutlen roar
From mountain top to wind swri plain,
Where pasture lands and sugar cane
Await tlie falling of the rain,
In crowded streets, where fortunes fair
Are made and lost, and e.er where
A gloom is in the tropic air,
O land, O land with golden crown.
Thai waits to drag the weeping down
Into the ilq.lln Hut choVe anJdruwn.
lie ware O Lint?, wit), mmnrt
That sparkles like a fountain Jet,
lie ware a faithless cabinet.
lie ware tho day when all around
Shall hail the king at Ust that's crowned,
et by the iopIe s love uncrowned.
(Irrnadinet, White and Colored Silks,
Colored Sal 1 111, !ra Cloths,
Aitificial Mowers nnd r rather.
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs
I fthle Cover, woulen; Colored Sitteeiil and Cri
rancy Miiture and Htue nnd dray Hanneli,
Victoria (.awns, (hook b,ool Cotton,
Ittue nnd White Check IJstados,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Fancy I'Liids, Uegatta Shirts, Wool Shirts,
hue and Colored Cotton Shirt,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Kcefen,
Men's While nnd Itrown Cotton Half Hose.
I-idiex If(e, Men's Keady-made Clothing,
Men's Hats, t
I -idies Hats (white, hUck nnd ftney straw),
India Uuhlcr Coat, Catesnnd lagging,
Itlueand (.ray Horse IlLinktt,
Woolen HUnkcts, nit sues, colors and weights;
COR SAN FRANCISCO,
'Hie American lMgindne
voxs in: lo,
Quick Dl.pn.lrh for tho Abovo Porl.
Vat I'mglit or (ntvic, nplly tn
,tf W. (1 litVINftCo.,Actiila,
t'tlnt anil rap
1 ntr Itimr Mtttn.
C01 .SAN I'KANCISCO.
'llie American HVlnr
It'ultowinf! Ihc W. II. Mcver.l
r-'reitftil w 11
THE AHOVr. FIRM WILL. OPEN
ma riim-HM about
I'ehvutivn .if, tSS.'l,
At No. I Kl Fort Stroot. iinnr Hntol,
WITH A PULt tINR OP
mttl FANCY GOODS.
TIIRV WILL ALSO MANI'PACTURK
Sodn Wntnr, Gliirjor Aln, Etc.
TnrrnONK, No .97. "Sarn
Will liave Quick Ili.inltli for ll- nlovr I'ott.
rilii 1 ieiwi;)! finnlvto C HKI.VVhle ft C
1 KANK COOK I.,
ai.pnt roK Tint roiMmtrin eoASTPm:
()i:N SIlT.r.I, KAl.UNA,
t I.AO . ltd wild Wl.ite ItalL Offiee corner of
iueen aint Nutiimi blrecl
lie ware the future's Iron pen,
14 It shall calmly write the then
a king, uit not a king or men.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
Honolulu. July 1. 18S1.
All rton having Wattr Privi'tcci are notified thai
their Wathk Ratis are pav-all. eioi annually, In ml
vancc, at llie olTico of tho SulieiinlcnJeiit of Waler
Wotl, foot of Nuiunuu meet, uun the iu day of
January and j ulyol each ear. C li. WILSON,
"5 ' Superintendent Water Woila.
A full assortment of nr.N1 IXMr.N'S nnd LA
HP.S'SAIHH.l.S: ak). Sa.Mle. for llovv nnd Citl,.
and a few
IIUIIH.I.S, Saddle CI01M and Cliamoit Skins.
Sugar Bark, 20x36.
Con.1 BaR, 26x:i7
Rloo Haga niid Twtno.
Ilnlrttnhril f'orriifrrtrif Itooflny (24 cause),
in 6, 7. 8 and 9 feet lengths.
ItOOriNfi SCHXWS AND WASIILRS.
Annealed Fence Wire, N01. 4, 5, 6 and 7, and Staples;
n.i...:.i I !(..! .. -11 .r.
ii.n.uuEU ...'. itui.n mii .ilea.
Galvanled Wash ltasins.
Galvamed Garden Murdering and Netting ,
'tinned Iron Saucepans, all sues;
'I eakclllcs, real Ja;ian libeling.
I'avlnu llrich-H anil Harden Tiles,
lAwn Seats and Chain
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Taney Glass Mower Stands,
Fern Itaskets, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT HRr. HKICKS,
ATTOUSKV AT LAW,
No. 4 MukciiANT Srnir, IIonolciu, 11, I
Nesl door to R. K. IILletton'. law office.)
OTICB OF INCORPORATION.
1 "i4!?! 1'i,i""'i'y, i,,n,10 U persons trul, al a meet
... .. ... iiMMHiu on in. em uay 01 tcoruarv, 1B81
of subscriLers to Ih. nock of tU ti IIRI.Wt K 1 LO,
(nulled), it was voted to acxew a chatlrr of lim.irj
lion granted If, litem and Ihrtr ashoclale. ami lucnwin
A coawrai. lumeano st)l or rj: IlKhvVI.U
cj CO., on lh jth day of rctruary, iMj, and that
" u"l-"-'"'l i,u, viiu tiuiicr, nwreuiioa organ
Ucd llKlf and elected tht folio. in named ulftcers oflhe
V n 9o!'"S'li'' 1'resldent and Manager
Kenuvmav? xtm"4 'SSE
II I- U niclmo . ... .niwiliar
llon.ll, A. 1'. CARiKR.r Diiecturi
Notic. U further given lhal, pursuant loth, terms of
uld charter, "NoUoclholder .lull individually U b-
aw. lor II.. ueMS U Ih ciurati.m Uryund Ih. amount
which shall U du. UW ih. shar. or slcuct held ur
o. u oy flunicii
uM IOSEI'11 O. CAklKR, Secretary.
TIIKUSE OF UND
telUUa fcr lUJaUc IrUk PoUtoM
Will L. gl.tn 1 REE ly lU undersigned.
AwJyto II. N GkEKNWl'I.l,
"s Kooa, lla.aU.
pHK HOTEL STREET MARKET
Is now In a tiiUi ta supply their customers with
Prime Mutton, Veal
and nil jilting in Iho meat line,
Mtmt m your Onltn. i'rumpi Jttllrtry,
"4-U" CAVENAGH S Co.
FURNISHED KOOHS-lu tuUn add siaU, la
dtskaU, locality! auitaU. tv uivui. laiaily.
C1.ANIIJ S'lKMSIIII' CO.MI'ANV.
'I lie A 1 llrilish Steamer
"S U HZ,"
Will leave San I'ranciscofor Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu on ihe asnd day of each
monlh. S.111 I rancicco Anenls,
J I). M'RI'.CKKLS & I1ROS ,
Honolulu Acenls 327 Mailel St
vvsl.lt ikvviwi-o . CM
pLANir.lfS MNK FOR SAN KKANLISCO
mi Kir 111: .0 Co., Aurnix,
Merrhamliw rrreited Storace Pree. ami llheral cah
advance made on thipments by thU line.
Steamer I.ilehVc will leae Honolulu rich Tuesdnj
at 4 v. m , touchine at Uihaina. MaaUu Itav, Makena,
Mahulona, Kaailiae. (.auitahoelVjeand II1I0. r t
Keturnins will touch at all the above port!, arriing
at Honolulu each hunday a. M.
AM V TUJiXl'W,
i. W. NCWIXL ... . Atater
On or About March lttt Next
Korfreieht or nauace, aprJy to
i28-4t Cvl!li;VKU R COMPANY.
House and Lot For Sale.
I Am intruded by j, C. OLADP., KSQ , to olTer at
private nale hit handsome residence,
t'niiirr of tftuttt itntl Ullfm fHrcrt04
'Hii iroTty(U in the hrahhieit jurt of the city Its
facihtici for drainage re rfect, Rinnnteelng thereby
irerfect freedom from nialiriv
The project commvidt n DLLIGHTl-UL VHlW
of the city and harlior, a well as the coaM line, from
near Diamond Head to the WaUnae Mountain.
'llie main house Urji" nml commodious, faithfully
built three )ear ago, and is
FINISIir.I) IN HANDSOMF. SIVtAU
With everj convenience. Hot and cold water are hid
on the IlaihroonH in ImaU storie. Gas, alo, U laid
on, with over fifty tights, through the wlnJe liousc,
with clegint chandelier In the tinciwil room.
Oil the main floor will be found a Urge Pat tar and
Dining romt Sitting room. Hall, Mouito-room,
Chtldren' Diiitng rcmin. Huh room, Two Hedruomi,
Closet, nnd a I'antrv. Iwu Store-romn and Kiifhrn.
attachetl to main building, but under a teivarate roof.
On the teqiiul floor, wnich Is reached by a convenient
btairway from the hall, are I'wu large lleilrooms, 90x70;
alw, five good sired lledrooms, Verandalt room, lUth
room nnd Lloet.
'Hie main houe U about 70 feet front and 48 feet
tlie Kitchen U conveniently arranged, with a fine
cooling range, with hot water attachment.
On llie ground are Two Cottage, with verandah,
and a well built Stable, wiih accommodation for three
hnreand carriage, a well at three room for servant.
'I here is, alo, a mall building fur the Gas Machine.
'Hie lot Is 333 feet on Judd street ami about 350 feet
on Lihlia street, containing an area of four acres.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
Ui-'rjwof Soil ,( Hark Null, glum, ViiIiiI)
ami llullnl alii, Hoi rr.rr.S'ii lire
English, American and Hawaiian
r LAOS I.
Three, five and seven )ards lonf
TOI'SAU. SIIKBT. CHAINS,
Aduiirally lest, sues ),', i, ,', and X.
rownix nuKFRYN sti:a.m coal
ENGLISH LKAIHKR IIKI.1IN0, fiorn "jlo i,"
r 1 00 r Olloloth.
ALES, WINES AMD LIQUORS.
"I'lG URAND STOUT,
Moot, Wolfe k Ca's Ak
Itass'AU.. ... ..
. IVus and uuarts
In tulle and c
rti.l t.R I-t.-.. k. ....... u. !.
. C...S Scouh and llUh H UiVlts.
Itu4cssl' "Knl Uar," anduhcr fuw LlutU. . la cases
Chaiapair. ,., , ..(Juaruaod olnls
Out HLfllartt i'oietr I'ortaW. KnylHe.
Alto, On Thn-Hurt Vixrtr fnriltnl
CIIAKLI1S HKi:wr.R S:
Will dispatch the llatlc
MAJtTIIA DA VTS,
SaU from Boston on or Altout Juno 1 !i.
Orders should In: in It-nton not later than lune ist
to insure shipment. For further ii-uticiilars, apply lo
U IIKL.VV't-.K a CUVll-AWY,
IsB Queen street, Hcnolulu
Parties desiring to visit the property can do so upon
application lo Mr. Adams.
A liortlon of the purchase money can remain upon
mortgage for one or twovears. Apply to
J4 E. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
FOR SAI.H One open top Ituggy. in good order
(two seats), cheap for cash. CAVRNAGH'S
ENGINE l-OR SAl.r ONE NEW 30-llOUSi:
Tower Engine, in lietfect order. For sule by
J. IIKKWKK fi. LO.
ENGLISH I'ICKI.KS.ASSORrEI), QUARIB,
For sale by Uolles & Co. 1 1 1
?0R PRIME CORNED DEEP
AND . .
THE IIOTEL.STRKET MAKKIlT
1 Mf C. I I'K.VJ a II .1- CO.
The annual meeiing of the stockholder! U ihe Hsilu
Sugar Cuui.any ill ,e held at Iheutn&eof Casllco,
Cuolk. 019 A.M.. I'cbru-uy ao, tSSs.
J It. ArilERION,
i6-31 feecielary II. h.Co-
GENUINE LIST Awaiting tmplovment:
CahfoinU man ; can milk, drive, and it a cool
f;ardener. teamsters, Kipresncn, etc While ls
orcrs; Cariicnters, native; Chinese Cools: Cltinese
M)S, k'nirrany uulul, J10 to Sis cr monlh. No. I
u'K .gum it.. ,u mhi i waih. ..aiuivance.
K YOU WANT A GOOD CLOCK,
If Voir ll'iuif a Uoml Hatch,
If You Want Clock or Watch Kepliing Hoqe
W, TUUNEK'S No. 8 Kino brkitrr
Valentine f !
A fine atiortinent of
Sentimental and Com to Valentine
imlud.nK clanaLIe t ona loiter, tall) ha otnrd up
Indue time, T. (J, I H HUM'S Fort M reel btore.
OUPREME COURT OP THE HAWAIIAN
hlaiialtv- In fioUUc. In the mailer U the ntatct
01 K.aui lKl.S.Mt Ill.UltU nortolulu.dccea&ed.
i Liumwn, ociore AthxUieUfctiCe MtXully,
On reading ainl films the st-iuioii and acevfuntt of J
ll. Wudthoute. 'I. K. walker. admtuilraUir iA tlui
talc of ll. and Mn Smlih. Laiati-.f lljuJui. rltfu.l
herein U a.vl ta U allowed J1.C1j.41, ami charE
hiiiiwlf Mith$i6,tjS 31 aiklaaiiiui tUiunrcpLi) U
ttatnincd and approved, and that a final order nay b
nude of dutnbutiun u the )afofierty remaining In hi
band lo the (cmvii ihento cuutlej, and dMhargln;
him anl hi turctUa from all further rtkiaonutuldva
uich. It ii ordered llathAlUUIlAV, the tothtUyof
s-iauui, rt, 41. WJj a( 10 ut.Ms.1 a, m.. oeior irw mm
luuLra. at I tsiiiitra In irut Cidul IVrii vi 11. I, .f..
Le and the uun Urby U apiKinted a the iiiim arul
Uc for heurtnic hU xttt and account, and lhat
all tuit JntcrrtirU nay then and tltr msr arnl
"ww wuw, u miy irtey iun, wny in larue Mtoufct vA
Vm crantcd. mjmI mav utunt cvLtenr . tn ta,K n.
ihled to khc uld pirly. and lhat thU order, in h
runuu unguace, vm .jwiweq in the TUDAV
1'ltk.M IMMstUiltrr. tatlntsul ajid iautJi...,4 In UuuJul.i
flhieeMicteiirtckt previous, lo 1)m unthcrla
Ilalcdat Honolulu, 11?
S W, I..J,
Attest I D,
I . this al dav tf (ViuAn.
.. .. JstMM Ilw !Wi Court,
k. V(, Lletl. U Ih. Suprcuw Court.
ICE. Tn. undersljned hat. this da
based ih. Interests of A. W. lIUMIand
Ih. UNION IKED COJH'ANV.aod re.
hat all claims against ih. Union ced tuupany
, La preMfttsd uiuBcdiat.lt',
II K. MAcrAiLa.i,
Honolulu, Jaa. nib. 1M3.
II. M, llaatsuM.
riiEa u. pavws co. ijw
VJ01ICE.-VV.Uj u, bfsfyiU Honolulu psHis
?T '. ,,'0, sH Other Maud). I."ul TH
aiUcouluu. tb. Uisluesa of Ih. '
Ualwt ra f!Myy,
al lU old suod, atol trust Ly a sulci auenlloa 14 lb.
wants of our ctMlumcit lo snetU a fair Jw vt valrou.
kHf. lliUheouialu,iolic.puihaoJ,aiaillWs a
,mi m.. w mu .iMasus lu.
fi. asl. Mwnsy,
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOLIJSALK AND RETAIL
and manufacturer of AERATED WATERS.
Imior1ersand Dcaleri in
Genuino Patent Medicines,
Funoy nnd Toilet Article.
Sole Agents tar the Celebraled
. LORILLARD TOBACCO,
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
JlflJ'tmt G inner Ale,
59 Nuuanu Sf, and Corner Eort and Merchant St.
HONOLULU, II. I. 108
I'HOGRAalME OF THE
'lute held oil
Thuiwluy, Feb. 22, 83
Communing at f, m, Sharf, ,
.-.Coronation Puri, PrUw f im
l.irAI Itarr. V. la mil.
Prise f (as
Vr to ull.
3-KaploUnl Purie, . Prlw f nh
1-tMirril Ulu llacr, Vne lo stH.
4-LIUuolcaUnl Purse, . PriM $
f.iiioe. utluu r ji.We, r ( asN.
S-DiTlnfe Coatctt, . PriM ft
rmrlln iHttHillmy la sslr far UU
yutia, ura ranntatait la Intra Mta umma af
Utalr Uimta mmt Calara aafara Un tak af
ftaruary, trWt J, W, Maatrlaam,
UT Rules ikl uhtr lAfu,uulkn irj rtillnlni te stw
KKaiia majr U oUalu.4 on aooskatksi to . W. leV
1. W. MMyTOMJ.