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SATURDAY, FElinUARY ta, iMj.
Notice of Any events of Interest transpiring en
the other Island will always be thankfully rece Ived
for publication. Correspondent are requested to
append their tme name to all communlratlons,
not for publication necessarily, but at a guarantee
that the writer Is acting In Rood faith,
Advertisement! must be tent In by Friday noon.
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they charge; any not to marked will be charged 3
Double-column advertisements, cutt nnd targe
typet will not be admitted Into our columns;
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
ing" columnt, t any price These rules will be
rigidly adhered to.
Tlic Hawaiian Amateur Minstrels Rive their
sccoml entertainment tills evening at the Music
Quite a tucccssfiil Kily was qiven nl the
Hotel on Tucsilay evening last, ilanclnj; at
which was evidently thoroughly cnjo)eil liy
many nilici.inls, until uitc a lite hour.
Ioilge t.c I'rogres tic I'Occanie A. I". & A.
M. will hold a sccial meeting on Monday
next, I'cliruary f 2th., at 10 A. M., for the pur
pose of attending Ihc coronation, to which it
invites siting brethren.
The second numlirr of Ihc A'r I loin 0 Ka
Kai (star of the sea) came out promptly, and
presents n varied line of reading for the native
mind that wc should suppose would prove
popular and interesting.
The I'lanttr's Monthly for February con
tains several able and opiKirlunc articles upon
the treaty, lalxir and co-operallon, as also a
tribute to Ihc memory of Judge Allen, and in
this rcscct is ticliiiut none of its predecessors
The first annual meeting of Ihc Athletic
Association was held at its hall on Friday
evening last to listen lo the reports of its offi
cers ami elect new officers and directors for Ihc
coming year j for full account of which, sec
The arrivals from San l'rancisco since our
last have been in regular order anil of such
frequency as to command considerable atten
tion at the hands of our community, in its in
terest attaching to (he Suet, ciilniiintlng by
the arrival of the object of interest herself on
Thursday the 8th instant.
The Anglican Church Chronicle comes to us
this month freighted with words of counsel and
cheer. Its first article on "The Press in its
relation to Christianity," is an able one that
deserves the widest circulation, anil wc hope
its precepts may not be lost sight of in our
little paper world.
A number of runaways have occurred of late
with narrow escaies of severe injury to life and
properly. On Monday afternoon last, on
licict.inii street, a determined runaway was
stopped by a prisoner jumping at and clutch
ing the horkc by the bit. The driver's hands
were badly cut by the reins in the vain en
deavor to hold the horse.
Wc arc pleased to welcome again to the
islands, after a ten year's absence, II. W.
Severance Esq., Hawaiian Consul of San
Francisco. He is looking as well and hearty
as ever and wilbimprovc the time of his sojourn
here in visiting the principal points of interest
of the islands and noting the improvements
that are being made on all sides, expecting,
after coronation week, to visit Hilo and the
The following is a list of officers of the
French sloop-of-war l.intcr, which arrived in
our waters on the 2d instant :
Captain Commander .
I'jv master and Commivsaire
The Limtr is of 1,300 tons burthen, carry
ing 6 guns nnd 150 men. She expects to re
main here until the early pait of March and
from hence will sail for Tahiti.
Hev. Mr. Crttzan deliv cred a very excellent
lecture, on Tuesday evening last, at the Libra
ry and Keading room, a synopsis of which we
give elsewhere. We regretted exceedingly
that the attendance was not such as to pack
the house, for the subject, "Kings of Men,"
was rendered interesting and made applicable
to every-day life, and certainly was deserving
of lielter appreciation at the hands of the
young men of this city, for whom this class of
literary entertainment is specially provided.
We know of no place of its size where more is
done for the real improvement of young men
than is attempted here, and yet, in then caie
less indifference, many would rather lounge in
saloons, or smoke cigarettes in gioups on street
corners, than show an inclination lo profit by
these opportunities of improvement.
The U. S. S. Wathuutl arrived in iort last
Saturday, the 3d inst., having lelt San Fran
cisco January 20th. She is a Ihird-iale vessel
tit 695 tons burthen, 700 horseqwwer, carrving
7 guns and lias a compliment of 191 men.
The following is a list of her officers :
A. II. Vail
I II. S.
... 1. M. lioy
lV. A. K. Ki
(irorge. K. CUtk
PasveJ Aiunt Surgeon..
, J. Nuapp
. . a. r t'liuu
A. de Kuu
. .. .V, Jotics
W. R. Dulloise
I K. McAlpme
tl. C SainpMMt
. . . . k. Frailer
rutt t-Ituleiuuil U. S. Marine Ci
O. R. llrnwn
K V. Zulphen
.. I. C 'Irut
. .U. II. U-an
On .Monday morning last J. P. Swansen was
arrested, on a charge of kidnaping one Sclina
Shubiick, who had leen in the service J. O.
Sitnonson as a nurM: gijj, but a iiollt fivseJiii
was entered, on the folio, ing day, there licing
no evidence to luppoil the chaige. A habeM
corpus was also Usucd and the child a girl 14
years old brought before Chief-Justice Judd
in chandlers. Swansen claims to lie the step
father of ihe child ; Simonson, lo having a
light of guardianship over her, she having been
pUcvel in his charge by a lienevolcnl society
in Sin Francisco. The girl testified tnat she
had electee! to leave Ihe employ of Mr. Simon
win, and that she preferred to subject herself
the control of hei step-falher, who she said lad
always treated her kindly. There was no evi
ilencc to show that the Iu4 been rttralnel of
her liberty by Swansen. Simonson also failed
to prove that he had any legal right to the
custody of Ihe child. The case was dismissed
and the child instructed by the Court that she
was her ovn mistress and could go where she
pleased. The '. C. AJrtM'ier U mistaken in
stylus that the glil was ordered by the Court
to be placed under Ihe p ote-ctton of the res
Our thank are due Mr. S. M. Damon for
news favors per slcamer Sue:,
1'rcparations are Ijcinq maite for the uhatf
shed, etc, oposltc the Custom Ilmise, for the
use of the Oceanic S. S. Co.
Mr, IttiweH's) law oflk elms liecn moveil from
oer Richardson S Co.'s to rso. -i .sicrcii.sni
street Iielwecn I)r Stangenwalds and H, I'.
The new jacht, or ail liat licing Imllt by
Mr. Sorenscn, for the King, has her hull nlmut
completed and will von lw launched.
Our thanks are due to I. II. Peterson, 'm.,
for a scry handsome calendar lor lS8j, issued
by the American llank Note Company, in as
sorted blended tints.
Wc would acknowledge the courtesy of the
AJvtriistr and Gautlt offices, for favors In the
use of tables and articles used In our supple
ment this week.
The dangerous practice of darling arrows
along the public streets has lately liccoiur scry
common among school children, and the police
seem to think it is all right.
Ist Kvening the Japanese Minister Knlcr
tained His Majesty and mcmliers of the Cab
inet, Diplomatic ami Consular Cotis at dinner
at the ll.iH.iihn Hotel.
It is the Intuition of the government, after
the completion of the plank sidewalk licing
built on the Custnm-IIousc side of the isplan-
ade, to also plank the walk on the tpmsilc
side of the road.
A fine unspliced llag-pole has been erected
in front of the engine-house of No. t Company.
The spar was worked by Mr. Sorcnson, nnd
I lie placing siicrintcndcd by Mr. Williams of
the light house.
Humor savs the springs that supply the
reservoirs are licing affected by the continued
Iniring of artesian wells in and near town. It
is, however, a physical impossibility that this
should be the case.
The display of valentines at T. G. Thrum's
Kort-sticct store are well worth a visit lo sec,
even by those who may consider their valen
tine days over. The Marcus Ward cards are
The News Mails received by the Suez were
the largest ever handled by our News dealers,
while the Mail taken from the Sues and sent by
the C. T. Hook is the largest ever received at
the Post OlTiice here, numbering .( bags.
A large Stable is now in process of erection
on the Kulaokahua plains fronting, and niakai
of the Home-I.unalilo premises. The building
is designed to accomodate alioiit forty horses
for the Mounted Police. Mr. Geo. Lucas is
Mr. II. A. P. Carter is reortcd to have re
ceived the appointment of Minister Resident
at Washington. It is one, we lielcive, that
will give entire satisfaction to the business in
terests of the islands and the Pacific Coast, and
do honor and credit to Hawaii.
Wc notice that certain of our Chinese resi
dents have addressed a letter of congratulation
to His Majesty in anticipation of his corona
tion, and have accompanied the letter with a
present of a pair of bronze vases. They arc
highly latisfitJ with the beneficent rule. Oh,
fur celestial mind I
This week has again been an important one
in Court Circles; receptions having been given
at Iolani Palace for the presentation of Capt
ains and officers of the U. S. S. Wathutttt
and French sloop of war IJmier, as also audi
ences given the Japanese Embassy for the re
ceipt of presents and decorations from the land
of the "rising sun."
Mr. C. Furneaux has just completed two
fine oil paintings of a much larger size than any
heretofore cxhibitcdhere by him. Theymeasure
alwut 3x5 feet. One is a view of our familiar
and favorite landmark, Diamond Head, from
Waikiki, with the 'waves dancing in lively
upon the beach. The other is an excellent
view of the liolil cliffs on the Kohala coast,
looking in the direction of Waipio from the
mouth of Pololu valley. The effect of the rain
haze and the rolling in of the surf upon the
beach is fine indeed.
On Thursday afternoon of this week, one of
the King's Ministers, and a Privy-councilor,
together with a sailor of II. 11. M. Ship Mutint,
now in Port, were enjoying a drive through
town in an "express", when Jack, taking ad
vantage of the condition of his distinguished
company, and having an e)c to something more
substantial than the mere honor of their asso
ciation, embraced the opportunity and ab
stracted a gold watch and chain from the pocket
of ihe Privy-councilor which it was his inten
tion to preserve as a souvenier. Finding it im
mediately necessary to sev er his distinguished
connections, he jumped from the wagon and
hurried along Nuuanu street; but had scarcely
turned the corner on King street, when he was
interrupted by Officers, Merhtens and Fehlber,
and persuaded to join them in a private inter
view at the Station Housi.
Messrs Geo. Davis, Chas. Tajlor and Wm.
More were arraigned before the Police Court
on Monday morning last on a charge of high
way robbery committed on one Wm. Johnson,
a seaman who had recently received his dis
charge from the U. S. war-ship laeijuuiina
now in port. It appears that on Tuesday
evening, the 30th of January, at alwut 9
o'clock, Johnson came to the Station House
and complained that he had been roblieil and
his pants torn off of him. The defendants had
been during that evening in company with
Johnson, and they had drank together in the
Kojal and Keystone, saloons. Johnson had
considerable money alwut him and had exhib
ited it, and had paid for the drinks of these
men. About half-past eight, Johnson left the
Keystone 1 Ta)lor and More immediately fol
lowed, and a few minutes after them, Davis
also went out. Alwut half an hour after tliat,
Johnson came back to the saloon with his pants
all torn and himself covered with mud, and
said that he had been roblieil In a dark alley
leading Into King street by three men which
he took to be defendants. Mr. Frank Davis,
who works atthe Hotel Street Market, saw
four men near Castle & Cooke's store in Kose
Ijne, one underneath and the other three men
on lop, and recognized Taylor as the man who
had Injtli hands around Johnson's neck I saw
them leave and run down llelhel street, along
Merchant street, up Fort street and into Jas.
IXkfd's saloon. Harry Miller, har.kecpcr of
the saloon said, that (lie three defendants came
there alwut to o'clock, and drank together)
Davis luid for the drinks ; had some silver
alwut him i also gold j asked Miller to cliange
him "aim," which he did) Davis gave
toTavibr and pocketed the rot. Davis
Miller he had been plaving "crib," and
$15, and thai Tav lor and More had "staked
him and he had to divy." Defendants
committed for trial before the Supreme Court
at the next April term, on a charge of robbery
in the first degree, Hobbery in the first degree
is punishable, under our laws, by imprison
ment for life, or any dumber of tears, in
discretion of the Judge robbery in the second
degree, by Imprisonment for not more than
Gleams the first bright ray of morning
O'er Ihc blue sen to Ihe eastward,
To Ihe eastward o'er Ihe blue sea,
As the (widen ur. returning
Drives the darkness from the Islands,
from the islands of Hawaii,
And rcltntlessly pursuing
LVry slow-relrealing shadow,
Slays them with his burning lances,
With his burning lances slavs them i
Then saluting, turns to greet the
Sun as, from his couch arising,
He looks on the worknpproviiig.
And as now he fast approaches,
I loom til.- cannon from the I'unJiliowl ;
I'rom the ispl.anade they boom too
I.lke gieat Jove's escaping tlinwltr,
Like Ihc din of Thor tin- Noise god ;
And tin- echoes 'mong the canv.ui,
hound like roaring fires of Vulcan,
Like the driving gusts of Ilorcas,
Like the lashing waves of Pele.
Sweetest strains of music rising
Home iiioii the tircctc of morning,
Mingle with the cheers and singing
Of a blest and hatipy coplc,
Of the people of I lawaii.
Tis a day for great rejoicing,
I'or before yon orb descending
I'lants a kiss upon the waters
Of Ihe great Pacific ocean
On the dim line to the westward,
As he hastens to his slumbers,
Will be crowned King Kalakaua,
Crowned the King of all Hawaii.
On Ihc summit of Lcahl,
On the pinnacle most lofty.
Stands Ihe aged Klpikona,
The Kuhina aiiia e, the
I'amM "Kanala Foalima"
Of the dread king of Hawaii.
I.ost in silent meditation
I.ong he gates on the ocean,
On the scat'il mound of I-oahl,
On the mountains looking inland,
On the dark vale of Manoa
Kver sad and yet enchanting,
Like a beautiful joung widnvv
In her (cars and in her mourning.
Down below him on the broad plain
Lies Ihe beauteous Honolulu
In her tropic rotics of cm'rald,
just awak ning from her slumbers,
Where the vale of Nutianu
Lends the way to I.rinihull.
And be) ond the cluster's! suburbs,
Miles beyond the leaf-rob'd cottage
And the native halt fill,
Gleams the silv'ry sheen of Kwa,
Kisc the Ixild steeps of Kaala.
Now the silent goddess Muta
Flies from Kipikona's presence
As her dreaded sister Pitho,
Maid of eloquence, approaches,
Ami licncath whose gentle suasion
Speaks the gray-haired, sage, Kuhina,
Speaks these words great Kipikona :
"O Cassandra of the ancients I
I appeal to line, fair goddess,
On this day of all most glorious
In the annals of Hawaii,
To foretell the fate impending
O'er this fair, sequestered kingdom,
III the anus of Neptune nestled ;
To foretell the happy future
Of Hawaii and her sov'reign
Who this day sits crown'd and scepter'd
On the throne of I.unalilo
And the great Kamehamehas ;
Who this day becomes most sacred
In the eyes of all the people
lly this act of coronation.
Ixiiig indeed must lie the lifetime
Of the king and of the kingdom I
What on earth can blast their fortunes
With this added weight of honor,
Honor to lwth chief and country?
"Come je Muses from Parnassus,
Come Mnemosyne's fair daughters,
Come ye nine, ve honor'd sisters ;
Come Calliope and Clio,
Come thou Erato, lov'd goddess,
Come Urania, divine one,
Come Thalia, ever w elcomc,
Come Terpsichore, deft leader
Of the youth in mazy tripping,
Come Melpomene, fair goddess,
Come thou dread yet lov'd enchantress I
Come ye three attendant maidens,
Come Aglaia and Thalia,
Come Etiphrosyne, thou fair one,
Come thee with thy sister Graces;
Come O come ye to Hawaii
On this day of all most happy I
Cluster round about the monarch
On his llironc at Iolani,
And assistance lend I pray you
That w ill make this day a great one,
That this day will make a inark'd one 1
Come thou too, divine Phillammon,
Willi thy sweetest notes of music I
Drive- all care from out Hawaii 1
Let the day be one of pleasure 1 (
"O, this day or coronal ion
Happiest day of all my lifetime I
O tins view spread out before me
Miles of mountains, scores of valleys,
Groves of palm, green seas of foliage.
And the long white line of sea-foam I
O for Homer, for a Virgil,
For some Horace, or a Milton,
For a Dante, a Camoens,
To pass down to time the picture
In the poet's softest measure I
Some Da Vinci, some Murillo,
To transfer the scene to canvas 1
O for Argclo of Il'ly
On this day of days, Hawaii,
To present thy king in marble,
To preserve his form in marble,
In his native- Honolulu,
In thy capital, Hawaii I"
Halls the speech of Kipikona
As his eves enraptur'd linger
Once again upon the picture,
On the lovely panorama,
On the works of art and nature
In the charming isle, O.ihu.
As he looks upon the ocean,
As he gazes on the harlwr,
As his eves search through the shipping,
Steals a frown across his visage
And in low voice, as if musing,
As if speaking without heeding,
Words like these were slowly utler'd,
Words like these spake Kipikona :
"Not a sail on the horizon,
Not a shin alone Ihe seashore
Hastens with its host of people
To the dread king's coronation,
To the crowning of the dread king
Of the islands of Hawaii.
I can see no scores of war-ships
'In the harlior's placid waters ;
In can see no squadrons coming
O'er the oceans rolling billows ;
There has come no prince or princess,
And no host of great officials
Clad in gold and silver laces ;
There have come no words of greeting
From Ihe dread king's roval biothcrs
In the distant lands of Europe,
In the lands of distant Asia.
No large licet Ihe Great Republic
Sends to do the dread king honor,
As we all so much had hoped for,
As all had so much expected.
Not a squadron comes from llritain,
And from France no licet is sent us ;
Not a German Hag is sighted !
Not a dragon lianner waving
Greets the eve in all thy waters,
All lliy waters, O Hawaii I
Nut a sail comes from the eastward,
From the' westward, or the southward ;
No canoe from Tongalabu,
No canoe from Karotonga,
And 110 tiu.1 ftltleu
From the isles of the Samoans
Not a proa from the South Seas."
Once again the great Kuhina,
Once again did Kipikona
llrood ill silence on I-ealil.
Without shaking and unheeding,
Wrapped 111 thought and meditation,
Mov J he then along the iathway,
Down the bold sides of U-alii,
Through the palm groves of Waikiki,
O'er the ahnui Moi,
To the king at Iolani.
As his sov'reign he approaches
l.ow obeisance makes the ago),
Makes the gray-hair'd Kipikona ;
Then before hint standing upright,
Standing in the royal presence
Of the monarch of Hawaii,
Speech like this makes the Kuhiiu,
The "KaMjij Ilhitimj"
The "Man Friday" of Ihe dread king 1
"My congratulations give I,
Give 1 to )ou Sire this great day,
When you take the crou 11 and scepter,
When )our life becomes seclusive,
liecomcs sacred, becomes tafii.
In the streets of Honolulu,
Of thy native Honolulu,
And the islands of thy kingdom,
Itoom the great guns, boom the cannon,
llinc the liells and crash the small arms,
Andtliy people sing thee praises,
Chant thee praises in their melei.
All the land is clad in licauty.
On nil sides the decorations
Please the c)e of cv'ry subject t
Twice a score of thousand lianncrs
Float upon the morning brccrcs,
And the light coquetish rcphvrs
Wanton with a million streamers
Ey'ry heart is fill'd with pleasure
And e'en nature seems more joyous
For the people love their dread king,
Love the dread king of Hawaii,
With a love that is undving,
With a love that lives forever.
With thy name each lip is weighted.
Hoarse thy people arc by shouting,
Shouting as if each were Stenlor,
' Kalakaua laiutlih I
..tMXAi Kalakaua I '
() dread M01 of Hawaii,
August sov'reign of Haivaii,
Monarch of Hawaii nei :
Ev'ry people in the wide world,
In the wide world cv'ry people
Scaks this day thy name in praises,
On this day of coronation.
Tens of thousands tell Ihe story
Of thy birth and of thy lifetime,
And thy crowning, Kalakaua,
In thy isle amid the ocean, ,
In thy kingdom in Ihc ocean.
Comes a gtcat, n mighty chieftain,
From the distant isles of Japan,
l'rom Japan hcvond the sunset
Haifa dozen souls from "Frisco,"
All the way from San Francisco ;
Come from Molokal and Maui
Come from Molokal of Hina
And from Maul, isle of Kama,
From Hawaii to the southward
Great Hawaii of Keawc,
I'rom I.111.1I of fam'd Kauhi,
From Iana! of Kipikona,
From Kauai the northern island
Isle of Manokalanipo,
I'rom Ihe Isle of Niihau too,
And from all parts of Oahii
O.ihu of Kakuilicvva,
Come the lantt, the mthintt,
And the ItiUs throngs of people,
To behold the coronation
Of the Moi Kalakaua,
Of the dread king of Hawaii,
All the islands of Hawaii,
AM lafu me aloha,
AM 0 Hawaii fat aina.
Now, O Site, the hour approaches,
Now draws near the hour wc long'd for,
And the people all are waiting
To behold Ihe ceremony,
To behold the coronation."
Ceasing then great Kipikona,
Rowing, back'd from out the presence
Of the dread king, of the monarch.
Throng the people to the palace,
To Ihc halls of Iolani,
lly the scores and by the dozens,
lly the hundreds, by the thousands.
Seated in the great pavilion,
Sealed on the broad verandah
Of the palace of the dread king.
Wrapt 111 silence and in wonder
Is the multitude of people
Till His Majesty advances
With the Queen, his royal consort,
With the officers attending,
Willi the train of maids in waiting,
Willi the crowns and with the scepter
llornc upon a velvet cushion.
Then arising they remain so,
Standing in the rojal presence,
In the presence of the dread king,
Of the King and AMitiMnt.
Group'd about the august sov'reign,
August monarch of Hawaii,
Are the ch.anc'llor or the kingdom,
The Kuhina aina e and
The Kuhina Kalaiaina,
And the Loio Aupuni,
Also the Kuhina Waiwai,
And the nobles, the aliis.
With the brave men arc fair ladies,
Ladies fair from all the islands,
All the islands of the kingdom.
Silk' and satin are their vestures.
Jewels sparkle on their persons.
Lend their charms lwth art and nature.
Deauty cv'rywhere aboundelh,
Ev'ry w here aboundeth beauty.
In the front of Iolani
On each side the rojal party,
In long lines, both foot and mounted,
Are the soldiers gallant soldiers,
In their uniforms from Europe,
From far Germany in Europe.
Strains ol music sweetest music
And the singing of the grand choir
Are upon the breezes wafted,
Wafted on the gentle breezes,
On the soft and tardy breezes.
Round about arc banners waving
On the palace and pavilion ;
Overhead and all around them
Flags and streamers full a thousand
Tremble in the balmy zeph)rs,
In the soft breeze, in the light breeze.
Rare indeed such scene of beauty 1
Rare indeed is seen such picture
As to-day thou secst Hawaii,
As thou secst to-day, Hawaii I
Hush'd the murmur now of voices ;
Not a sound breaks on the stillness ;
On the dais kneels the sov'reign,
Kneels the Queen beside the dread King,
Stands the Chancellor before them.
In firm voice the oath is spoken,
Spoken is the oath distinctly J
Speaks assenting words the dreail king,
Speaks the monarch words assenting.
Now from off the velvet cushion
Are the crowns of goltl and jewels
Lifted to the dread king's forehead,
To the forehead of his consort ;
Now the diadems adorn them ;
Wear they now thy crowns, Hawaii.
Ulcssed day this 1 blessed moment I
Speaks again the voice of cannon,
Swell again the strains of imisic,
Deafning arc the cheers of thousands,
Of the thousands, many thousands.
O j c mountains, send the echoes
Hack again to be repeated,
O'er and o'er to be repeated I
Hail the dread king of Hawaii 1
Live ve long to rule thy kingdom I
Mighty monarch, live forever I
Cheer on cheer again arises
From the people, all the people,
And amid the grand rejoicing,
" Ia man It ea 0 la
Aina Hafono," shout they;
Shout they, " Ua mail le ta
0 la aina i la fono,"
All is over I all is ended I
Slowly now the throng disperses
l'rom the palace nnd pavilion,
From the grounds alwut Ihc iialace ;
And the dread king with his consort,
With his consort and his courtiers,
Seeks the halls of Iolani,
Seeks thy halls, O Iolani I
Through the overarching azure
Glides the orb of day majestic
To the open arms of Neptune,
Slretch'd along the far horizon,
Where the sky is seen coquetting
With the ever-restless billows;
Moving onward and descending,
Drawing nearer, ever nearer,
To the circling line extended
Tvvecn the realms of slay and even,
Now he Hings his robes about him,
Draws alwut his purple mantle
Lined with folds of rich vermilion,
Fling's! with gold and sparkling jewels,
Passes down the gilded stairway
Through a radiant show'r of diamonds,
Through a fine spray iridescent,
Lightly lcajis across the border,
Step into the darkness softly,
Waves his tlamlng locks an instant,
Quickly draws the veil of cv 'ning,
Hows his head in silent slumber.
Softly steal the gath'ring shadows
Upward to the glowing zenith
S here the last pale gleams of sunlight
From the day-king's couch reflected,
Yield their cliarms without a struggle,
Die away and fade forever.
Gone the last dim ray of daylight
Gone the faintest gleam of twilight 1
And the elwn night advancing
Drops o'er earth her sable covering,
Calls fair I.urua o'er the mountains,
Gems the sky with shining starlights,
Dots the cloudless blue with brilliants,
l.ead the shy moon with her vcil'd face
Far Into the depths of starland,
Where, with modest mien and kindly,
Reins she queen o er all the heavens,.
. Lightly falls the hicaih of even,
Softly sigh the ev'ning breezes
Through the plumage of the palm tree,
Through the spreading slgaroba,
Through the branches of the ulu.
The kamani and Ihe guava,
Mid the leaves of the iuiui,
Mid the fronds of the banana 1
Chirps the cricket in the bamboo j
Creaks the uivtuh In the uungo 1
Scream the night birds o'er Ihc waters
Sounds the hum of murm'ring voices,
Words low-spoken, mingling whispers,
Careless jests and cautious laughler,
As once more to Iolani
Flock the people by the hundreds,
Throng the iicople by the thousands,
And alwut the palace galheri
Gather round almul the palace.
Now a hundred lurches lighted
Show a thousand bright .c)cs flashing,
Lighting up expectant faces,
As a surging mass of ieoplc
Presses forward to the entrance
In the front of Iolani,
Where a group of natives sealed,
In a semi-circle seated,
Walt the coming of the dread king,
Of the dread king of Hawaii,
AM kafu of Hawaii,
AM laf-u, ihiihi.
Through the crowd a murmur ripples (
Ev'ry eye is upward turning,
And the multitude of people
Cries " Aloha i la AM r
Cries "Aloha Kalakaua .1"
As the king and the aliis
Step from out the palace dootvv ay,
StcMiwn the broad verandah,
Scat" themselves before the people.
Rises now an aged native,
Jesturing and slowly chanting
in a monotone his mile,
Chanting praises to the dread king.
Next comes forth a group of dancers,
Hula dancers, male ami female;
On their heads arc Ith of flowers,
Round their necks are lets of feathers,
Mlout their waists arc folds vMsafa,
Short fam of waving lafa.
The lufee round their ankles,
Hare their arms and brow n-skinn'd shoulders.
Kneeling on the ground beside them
Are the ri-bedcck il musicians ;
Now in unison they're chanting,
Now thcybcat the ifiilfu
On the ground, and now they tap it
With the hands and with the lingers )
Rattles the uliuli too,
Rattles lightly, rattles loudly,
With the iountling of the if 11,
Pounding of the ifufaifu.
With the music move the dancers,
Move the hula hula dancers,
Chanting in excited voices ;
Carefully Ihcy make each movement,
Willi exactness, with precision ;
Wave the arms and twirl the fingers,
Silently but full of meaning ;
Sway the lithe elastic lwdies,
Now to this side, now to that side,
Forward, backward, backward, forward,
Posturing with wildest jesturcs ;
llcnil they now wilh snake-like motions,
Now stand upright like the loa ;
Take a short step, then another,
Wave the arms like writhing serpents,
Now move backward, slowly backward,
Now stand swaying, writhing, twisting ;
Louder, louder, grows the chanting,
Louder yet the olioli,
Louder the uliuli sounds,
Louder grows the pounding, beating,
Of the hollow ipupaipii ;
Frequent grow the ieals of laughter,
louder ring the shouts and cheering
From the multitude of people
As they press alwut the dancers,
Press alwut the hula dancers ;
Coarser the remarks and jesting
Of the audience enraptured j
Louder chant the many actors,
Grosser are the metes chanted,
Wilder grows the waving, twisting,
Of the hula hula dancers,
Devotees of Lakakane,
Devotees of llaal-Peor.
Wild Ihe scene before the palace l
Wild the scene before the dread king I
And the many torchlights gleaming,
The surrounding torches flick'ring
'Neath the sable robe of midnight,
Throw alwut unsteady flashes,
Kays of light and dancing shadows
Alternating in succession,
Making wilder still the wild scene,
Lending the nocturnal revels
All the vveirdness, alt the madness,
Of a Bacchanalian riot.
Time, who wails nor pain nor pleasure,
Time, who turns not from his pathway,
Presses on his way untiring,
Kids farewell unwilling midnight,
Leaves ihe tardy hours and minutes
With'ring corpses by the wayside,
Rushes on lo greet the morning.
Hut the throng at Iolani
Lives forever in the present ;
Hy the concourse there assembled
Is the flight of time unheeded.
Lost in pleasure, mad with license,
Still they press alwut the dancers,
Still applaud the hula hula.
Drunk with unrestrained abandon,
Frenzied grow they with excitement
Till at last the night unchiding,
Till the all-too-lenient darkness,
Weeping o'er the crimes it covers,
Sees the chaste dawn's warm face flushing,
Mushing at the wild excesses.
Draw ing closer then her dark veil,
Fill'd with secret shame and sorrow,
Moves she on with hast'ning footsteps
i'rom the grounds of Iolani'
Followed by the host of people
From the islands of I lawaii,
Folds her sable garment round her,
Hides her tear-stained checks within it,
Sadly, shyly, turns a moment,
Waves farewell toward the eastward
Where the welcome maid, Aurora,
Hums again her flick'ring lamplight,
Tints the gauzy haze with purple,
Tints the purple with a soft pink,
Streaks the pink with burnished amlier,
Gilds the whole with gold and silver.
And along the lighted pathway
Comes bold Horus, comes the day-king,
In his chariot of bright fire,
And o'er the horizon bounding
Plunges up the azure archway,
urivcs tile iiisiuui mgiii ueioic 111111
Farther on her weary journey,
Throws o'er all his beams refulgent,
Fills the heavens with his glory.
Given o'er to mirth and pleasure
Is the new day, is the bright day,
Are the hours of nighl that follow,
And the days and nights succeeding ;
Days of sporting, nights of hula,
Nighls of hula, elays of sporting,
Time of joy for all the people,
All the people of Hawaii.
Pass the mornings and Ihc noon times,
Pass the cv'niugs and the dark nights
In an endless round of pleasure
Till there comes another great day,
Comes the day of presentation,
Presentation to the dread king
Of the gifts of all his people ;
And once more the sun returning
Tips the ocean's edge with crimson, ,
Fires the blue sea's rim with crimson,
And, alwvc the waters rising,
Seeks the cloud-fleck'd ault of heaven,
Giving light to all Hawaii,
Spreading dav light o'er the wide world,
Ush'ring in the day of gladness.
While the morn detains the bright sun,
Sounds the Iramp ofmarching legions
Pressing on to Iolani
The lanaka and the haole,
The Itlava and the fait
To present their hooluu
To the dreail king of Hawaii,
King of al Hawaii nei.
In their aching arms they bear great
Loads of presents for the AM,
For the AM lafufafu.
Hear they offerings of lata,
Of Ihe maia the banana,
Of the cocoanut the i',
Ltis of scashells, hit of feathers
Of the feathers of the moho,
Ims of seeds and !' of (lowers,
Ltis of cane strhis, ltis of mailt, '
Ltii and matos in great numbers,
Gifts of fti and gills nifaiai,
In the calaliash the if 11 ;
llring they stalks of sugarcane and
Folds of lafj, large moenas,
And Ihe bak'd hog, luscious bak'd hog 1
Halls odium, sweet kulolo,
A'r inuAi, inamona,
With the aki am! the ulu
And the alaala hit,
llring Ihcy ausi, amaauia,
Ami ihe flying fish tialoh.
Wrapt and tied w ilh care in ki leaves ;
TIicmjj and itio,
Aloa iant mt wahine,
The Wi and the tunt.
And the Wash the turkey,
Iltt maka, het miko,
Ifufu mt ifuala,
Ami loa Ana moa
Alt kau wait kem'ktiti.
Ended then Ihi hookufa.
Ended then the tiibute giving
To the .V of Hawaii 1
And the people, til the people,
Passing through Ihe dread king's place,
Through the halls ol lUni.
Went upon thcil way rejoicing
To teturn once more at nightfall,
To return once more the last lime -To
liehold the hula hula,
To liehold Ihe writhing hula,
To liehold Ihc wild disorder (
Closing act this of lh drama,
Closing act this of the felt slays),
Last act of the coronation.
Thus the festal days were ended )
Ended thus Ihe festal niithts were:
Thus was crown'd King Kalakaua,
Thus Indeed was crown d the dread ts.ii
King of thy fair Isles Hawaii,
King of all Hawaii nei.
(I. w. s.
Heavy rains here the twenty-four hours lie
ginning the morning of Ihc first Instant....
Nothing special of n local nature to write
alwut . . . .T he two native Iwys who drove the
herd of horses that caused the accident result
ing In Hon. Atwohi's) death, have been com
mitted for manslaughter,.!. It Is reporlcii
that a Chinaman, Charles Ah Tai, was thrown
from a horse, a few days since, and sustained
severe injuries alwut the arm, but no further
particulars arc known.... The bark Toiest
Queen left Hilo for liana January 31st, to dis
charg!" her cargo of lumber, and from thence
will proceed to Honolulu.
A VOICE FROM HAWAII.
Eiiitor Saturday Press Sir: I am one
of the many who highly appreciate and admire
the course of jour paper In its defence of the
rights of the laxpavcr, and its exposure of
abuses In high places.
In this I lilo district some of us think we
have reason to be full of wrath at the way the
Minister of the Interior treats our application
to have a piece of road made passable. Every
thing in that line must wail, 0 count, until
the coronation pantomine Is over.
There is a rumor afloat here that the Hon.
S. G. Wilder has concluded not to build a
line of railroad into Hamaktia from his Kohal.a
line, but will, as sixin as the treaty Is safe,
break ground at Hilo Hay and build aline
through the district to Hamakua. It is all
right alwut Ihc subsidy from the public chest
for his roads, that being provided by law, but
with the grip he will have on Mahukona and
Hilo, he will almost monopolize the carrying
trade of Hawaii by sea and land, a condition
that has nn ominlous outlook.
THANKS FROAf THE LEPER SET
TLEAIENT. It will be remembered by many of our
readers, of the contributions galhcrcd for
Christmas tokens for the lccr children at Mo
lokal. The following grateful letter shows the
method of distribution, and will be of interest
to the Samaritans, and, wc believe, the public
Kalawao, Jan. 31, 1883.
To Miss II. S. Judii: I have received the
Christmas presents sent per Alitt Alorris,
There were 13 small Iwxes in all. I ap
pointed a committee of seven with myself, to
distribute the presents, which were' taken to
the church, and with the help of the committee
I distributed to each child the to)S, cakes,
candies, nuts, soap, clothing, etc., as the case
We supplied 68 Iwys and 43 girls with the
presents, besides giving clothing lo seven
women, who were really in want. The slates
were given to the school children.
There was no distinction made, all were
served alike. I have tried to do my best, and
hope I have pleased the donors. Please accept
the thanks of the people of Kalawao, for the
kindness of the people of Honolulu who con
tributed to our Christmas present.
With kind regard to all.
I remain your obedient servant,
Assnt. Supl. Leper Asylun. Molokai.
MONTHLY CONCERT AT THE
At the last Wednesday evening gathering at
the Itethcl vestry, the subject of the Mission in
l'apua, or New Guinea, was the topic upon
w hich the l'astor gave a lecture, assisted by
the Kev. Mr. Ilishop. The latter gentleman
had prepared an excellent map of the western
part of the Pacific, including what is known
among geographers as Melanesia, Micronesia,
and a portion of Polynesia. This map indica
ted most accurately and admirably the relative
osilion of the various groups of islands stud
ding that portion of the vast Pacific, now re
ceiving the Gospel.
Mr. Damon referred to the fact, that the re
cent trip of e Julia had brought to Honolulu
one hundred laborers, who belonged tolhc Pa
pua or Negro race. They were the first who
had landed here, and hence, it was important
to learn from what part of the Ocean they
came, and w hat were their race affinities. After
speaking of the Presb) terian Mission on the
New Hebrides Islands, and the Church Mis
sionary Society on the Solomon Islands, his
remarks related to the prosperous Mission now
licing established on Papua, or New Guinea,
This Mission has now liecn in operation aluut
12 years. Mr. Damon rather abruptly closed
his remaiks reserving something for a future
occasion, when he introduced the Kev. John
Edwards, who is now visiting the islands, but
who is attached lo the Choctaw Mission, in
the United States, under the Presbyterian
Hoard, but formerly under the A. II. C, 1". M.
For some 40 minutes, Mr. Edwards spoke in
a strain of remarks intensely interesting, recall
ing the early history of the Choctaw Mission,
and referring to some of the noble men Kings
bury, Wright and others, who had been en
gaged in that Mission. Mr. Edwards look. up
the ipiestlon of Civilization and Christianity,
showing which should go first in the evangeli
zation of the heathen eople.
We cannot give a full report of Mr. Ed
wards' most interesting address, which was lis
tened to with inaiked attention. We sinceiely
hope he may le Invited to rqxMt it, wilh addi
tions' and variations. Mr. Edwards Is a gen
tleman who lias a light to speak with authority
tiion Missionary matters, from experience
among Indian tnlies, ami also liom licing a
lineal descendant in the fouith generation, of
the celebrated President Edwards of Theologi
cal and Missionary fame the lliographci of
David ilraincrd, and the Missionary to Ihc
ladles and (Kiiiletucn vUu'uij San r'rcico will
find very deuratU Kun.idted Roouu. Kit Suit and Sin
tUat N ij74Moi.ioinry St. Corner 1-uali. Mrs.
Tt Honey fxnttly uf llonululu
Ta th Ladles of Honolulu.
After January isl Miss Annie Moyle, a (raduate of
lh Ikcoralivt Art School (4 California, will U
oatnl la (is. imoi u rscnMnnton (.uwoucry u
ASikccisMHoumI A Successful Hous. I A sir id.
Li Lnslanc of tucciats lo. a Retail llry Goods" way is
aflorded Ly IM Leading Mtlmery Hous of tluulcs J,
rUkcl, cornel Kurt and lloul uresis. Tb lrolrlclor
Mr, l Ishsl Las auiulrcJ, the art of holding custom. Any
Iry Goods Hous can, Ly freely adveitu-lng, draw cu"
turners, one twk.; Lut lo hoU ihcmasd enjoy their
cusuvjenor, calls lor lh tiercia of tact and uuraiiiy.
Cltioda must L nvarlsd down and sold for what lby
art: rwssl uUrttmsenl any article. That U the l"4fcy
of Charlel J. I Ulxl, am) that (misty has uud th fin
oue of the f isateal la kl line, ua lh leading ihorwagh.
far of Honolulu. Tt Lcadmg Millinery Scot, of
Charles J. Ilschel, bio Honolulu what Macy's islo
N York. Chaika J. rUhcl wales a tbtcialiy of Mil.
two-. MTTattjrbt4M of the sia;hll fihtt,ily.
TIIF. UNtll'.RSIONKIl IS INSTKUCTF.D II V
V. A. SciiARrka, tlsg ,
Administrator of the Kstate of M, J. ROSF-, deceased,
, to ortKR
AT PUB I, IO AUCTION,
ON T1IR 1'RF.MISF.S, KINO STRF.F.T,
f Unless previously di'tiosed of at private sale)
8n.tur.lnr, Fofarnitry 24th, nt 1(1 A. M..
Tins ."map stock or Tint a
Sad tiler if ttml Ha r 11 est Sioft
RELONftlNO TO SAlll MTATK.
This sale offers a fine opportunity to the trade, as
well as lo Ihe pulihc eenerally, to ;ttirchsM superior
eneraliy, 10 tirtns superi
ineof saddles, harness, ere
I.. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ciJt.es 01 Room in ine line 01 snouies, names, eic.
Af AUCTION ON
Snturdny .FebruAry 10th
Al ta o'clock, noon, nt salesroom.
200 boio Frosh Apples,
50 Uriels California Potntom,
IV pound Salmon.
uS V V. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
TI7M. WENNER 8c Co.,
91 Fort Sthmit, Honoluiu, II L,
Have re-oiwnctl al the oM stan.l will, a new
nnti careful y selected slock of
And Clocks, alt kinds.
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons. Studs. &c.
I jidtM would do well to call find examine our stock, ol
Bracelet. Brooches, IjocVet.. Karri m;, etc..
which were eecial1y selected with a
lew to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The rqmni ttranih of our husineH we regard a on
m porta nt one, and all job entrusted to us will
be executed In a manner second to none.
Of every deAcript ton dune to order. I'jrticuhr atlen
liun It jviid mt order ami job work front the ul her
Islindi. While thanking the public for jwst
f.nors, we return to hoe that our long ex
perience in thee Itlamh will enable us
to obtain a fair share of rironagc
In the future.
"Quick Salt- n mt .Small Vntfltn,9
Is our motto, and we (.lull keep In stock every article tn
our line of bu sine vs. St3"
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CI.OSUKK OK MOKICAOi:. lly virtue of
a tower of sale contained in n certain mortgage ntaile
l.y A KAN A ami AHUNA of l'unaluu, Oalm, to
WONG LCONG & CO.. or Honolulu, dated die loth
day of March, A. 1). l4i, recorded tn the KegiNtryof
iccua ill sail, Honolulu, in iiouk 71, oil acs 330-333,
notice is hereby cben tliat the vild mortgagees Intend
to foreclose said mortgage on the lath day of February,
A. IX lB3l, for condition broken, and ujion such fore
closure will advertise the tirorierly therein for sale at
public auction. SV'ONO I.LONG CO,
V. Austin Whitney, Attorney.
Honolulu, January as, 1881. i?6-3t
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
Honolulu, H, I.,
Would take this method of informing the inhabitants of
Honolulu, and Ihe oilier inlands that
they have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink unit MitrUcifie,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papcteries, etc., etc.
OnrVr lulern fur ami vrrtoitleiil or nrtr.
impcr Ihitt mttu fc ilijir(f.
Prompt attention will lie given to) the Mailing
of Paper lo subscribers on any of the other
islands also, agents for the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders for Red Rubber Stainj received and promptly
containing 115 pedes at $10.00 and Vta.ooeach.
IVi Mrtt cotitaminjj 15 uf b ftuaUcr and rater tciei
at $.) and $3 00 each. Ordrr frmii utiruud mutt in
clude pumice. $i.ja and 30 cents ictiwitivtly iter (
(Juitv-to accompany all order can be lit (J, b. cur
rent, y, Forutcat 1IIOS. O. ' DRUM'S KoriUiitt
OWKN'S KHESII UAKUEN Si.KUS,
Flower anil Vegetable,
JUftT ma.li.Vkll AT
T. G, THRUM'S FORT STREET STORI.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Y. M. C, A,
lIOfcULUUS, II. I.,
Ill VrrMonM aecktnu MCntitlayutrHt, $9 ml tilt
j'irrir rimer II iiohwhih
tm At anv of ihs other I da nd In lh croup, in want
01 tsmptoyeet, m.ii piea nuke mcir wants kiwn 10
Ihe under Malted, bo will do all in lhir tuwer to fill
a. r, vuuagnam.
I. B. At her ton.
K C. Jones, jr..
EmpU)tncnt Cumiii.ute. V. M. Cs A-
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The uitdudgncd las recently At ted up
Inelegant stU,lbUrgroMny Cottage formerly be
Uii'HUtg to the Lemon cuaU, a N'uwJu Urect,
beyond the Commercial II del ptcnutct,
for the purpose of oMiduciiiig
A aaperlor IoigtttC House,
'11k nam of this uleasanl rclieat Is lh "Will I
HOUSK." Itcanuul b luqiasMd la h kUindom for
IS - comfort nJ cl.wJioess.
ij; .,. QurjUNDS AKU SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shade trees.
Tenons of restxctaUIUy may always L ur of aiheer.
ful hous there. A sutiotf room Is set aiiart fur the ton
sentence; of guests. A r tWV MOKK KOOMS AKK
VACANT. 'ttullw)t moderate
MRS. J. T. WHITE, ftoielslor.
fdTMany of our readers will renumber Mrs. White
as ooriesor 01 lb soagmg nous on lurt sued, ad'
Joining lh !Wbccn Stables, svhkh ta such a com
tuftabw hosu under her management. lis.y
PLACSI FLAGS 1 1
In several sires AMERICAN ami HAWAIIAN,
for saks at T ). THRUMS tort street Store.
Foetal by Roil
I HAVE RF.CF.IVF.I) INSTRUCTIONS FKOM
J, C. GLADE. F.sq.,
TO OFFI'.U AT
P (fit L W A VVTTON,
Wcdncsilny, February 28, 1883,
At to O'ctocie A M ,
AT HIS RESIDENCE ON JUDD ST.,
AM, TIIF. VAI.UAI1I.K
IN PART AS FOLLOWS!
New Ottomans, Upholtfern! tliairs, niamtrtiers,
Fine Kneravlnirs, Hesuliful Inltid Tables,
Onya laltle, Khony TaUe, SUIe tjimps,
with MAaniK srANi;
Music Stand, llrotue Statuettes, Lice Curtains,
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO,
Walnut Hoolcase, Walnut Table, S mot era' Table,
Handsome Qtrved Chairs, In press,! leather!
Arm CJnirs, (nriels. Writing Oeslcs, Sewing Table,
While (lilt Sidetmard, very handsome;
White Oak. Kxtensiou timing lable.
While Oak Pining room Chsirs nnd Hound Tables,
Vnriitty of Fine Plntoil Warn,
DLCANILRS AND OWSSWAUP..
ONE PORCELAIN DINNER SET,
(In While, libel, Silver ami Red) complete j
ONI". LA ltd K CUT.0t.ASS SLT,
Moviuito Net, Folding Chsirs, Chinese lounge,
U'cihiilt flint ICoci Itcctxtrailii,
Feather Pillows, Cluldren'a lleibleails,
Common Seno Chain,
Chlnvxv Flower Vol ami Stamlx,
Sewing Machine, Wnrdrol, Towels,
Meat Safes, Ice Sifes, Waler Filter, llath Tub.,
Iron Feed lloxes, l.awn Mower,
ONE UNON GASMACIIINE, too lights.
Gvinnauic Appattttis, Step I.adJcrs, Tools, etc
Particular in Catalogue.
norm's iiussf.s win lent i:, o. iiaii & Son's
-.lore, corner of Fort and King streets, at 9 30 and g'S
A. XI. on the day of aale.
"3 E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
T3 EGULAR CASH SALE
U'liiirmlitif, Fcbnitti'ji I "Ah,
AT lo A. M., ATSALKSROOM,
ONE LARGE DOUBLE CARRIAGE
For Cllyor Country, wilh Pole and Brake
ia3 L. 1'. ADAMS, Auctioneer
Home, nnd Carrlnges.
onhv of ,r. V. a I, ADE, iCtty.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21,
at 10 o'clock, a. M., at Kalcxroom,
Hy Citttttotur, hiit iMryr dttltrtton 0
(In German, Knglidi and French))
ASH dT 1J WVUWK, ,voo.v,
llic well known Mares,
'JiKSSfE and JSrl:TTll:,
the wtlt known saddle horse, 4V.t .V.I .V,'
1 it.HK.iTKn cutter. KIH,
.stirs srxiu.i: irAitSKss,
1; i:. 1'. ADAMS, Amli.mrer.
Ity order if the Admliiivtralor of the
ESTATE OF JOHN MORGAN,
dictated, the undersigned will sell at I'ul-ltC Auction,
On SmuvliJ, Feb. JO, ISHH,
at ta o'vltxk noon, al salesroom,
llalscrlalii Wooden I louie, about 95 ly so feet id)
tainlnj four room,
.VKHXI' lliril.T nml XKI'KU OVVI'riKIt
and situated on llic taiul of KeatiUluha
Mm KIiiu tllrtrl, iifir Ihn mtilriire uf.luilyr
Musi Le rcmoted Ly urcruiser within isda)? after uW,
For further rartkuUrs awly to W, AuJln Vhiiin,
Kv , Adiuiiitar-slor, or nj
l I'. ADAMS, AiulUxi.
AUCTION SALE OP
IN WAIAl.UA. OAIIU.
On Siitiniluy, February ItHM,
At it o'ikxk noon, at toy salesroom In llonUulU
Will be sold lb. premises in WAIALUA, Oshu, for lb
pa sniecit years uccufMU by sue isauiua ffsmal
bcmuiiry, conialnujg an
Ar- of K4 ft-.tM AsfMs
WiihllMliUILIIKfOSiUreoru Thleir1 .