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IIonoU li , If I , February if. tMj.
Ilmim-M for the week hat liren ery much Interrupted
I tir Ainh the rnmtant aln Jut or Lut Iwie, and
I irtly ihronfh tn rottatlnt. farce now, fortunately,
n Antl yet thre r moth bmirte Muring in the
mrmtrniy, and rrloi iiw-flmeiMenei fell it (he Ina
t iluyt r rfwlmle ptem and rnafremenl, or even to
ir 'k-f th delayed good, ex Sutt, at the de,tred
1. ilrimrtitref thefiWMtrftf tMmr were rtwwtly
ilc! inl till WnJrtoftUy, and of foreign tftamrri, the
i.hhK of lh C T hihl to I deferred till
rudiy, and the .Vmi, whkh it wa hfl wml-l gft
off the i$th, wn4 (.mtpnned III! to-day.
On Sftfmbjr K Mr Adarm svld at auction the
Uut dim Seminary (rwntw, Dr. I-mern lintf the
M.t h.-u-r af the rmejerate figure of $,yy Several
ii j.-ft tnt amtron talWare In prt, fyf rlicuUr
r whir h, w-e atKthm relumm.
We nte (he opening of Mill another auction and
miio urn limine, liy Mew I yom lyt whose-
1 ml ncr in another rulnrnn
trrtrrtl tit I'nrt nf llnntthtltt
y il lira II , Mmr, Seart, frwn Kafnilui Feb
N ti - Mrrnll, vh. OiriwUn, from lbairta. "
M k hi, Mmr MciJreRijf, fnm KooUu "
( Sifgfl, h, from Knobu '
I .k hie. Mm, Kln, fftmi llitdaml way h "
J ifiu lak"e, MM, Mclhuwlil, froru KriiaI "
1 --4 (Jiieen, Am bk.wintlint:, (m liana, Maui '
I nMl.I, Am lib, (atter, fnm l'(rt (UmMe "
K (4 tit a II -ii. Mm, Sear, frum I -aha if u "
I hurt, Mtn. Iweiien.fm Miul ahil Molokai '
AiIuMm hlHS Slhert fium Sydftey "
I ilainf, It, frtun IfAnalrl . "
tirfol, h. from Oiwme . . "
, iili Ittttn twaiini
' Kit - w from llanalcl
Vrfill, h, lrn Mahkii
Wni At, li, fium IVauhau
Mam lAat, ach, fnJMlMnmiuhi
lalii wli, from KnlKilaUV
Aluit Keikl, Haw m.Ii, fnxn PlirUtniai
I lb . Am Iktne. Itmwn. for Kan J'rancivn.
. "!.....' . . ' .. I . ..
.u w MarMull, Am l k, iwri(iitau 1. 11 1 wmrxi
Kitiuea llmi.ftlnir, Sean, fof I
Malnhs Kh, lut llAkaiiu J
Kilunj.Mh, f'pr Maliko, .. .. "
cahmlut ! M S S( WehUr, fr 5an I rvicltco "
jameMaLret McliotuM, f .r Kauai "
IJleJile, Mm, KImk, hit Ihl'ian.I wayrt '
MMliotii,Mm,.M(re(iof, fur Kotlau , , "
Neili Merrill, ch, ChrtMian, (ur laltalru. "
Jennie Ualker, h, Untlerwooil, for llllo "
Krkuluoli), Mh , fur llatiaM . . "
Maiiiiolawj), Kh, f Koloa, etc, Kami "
C I H01A, Unt S S, Jarvlt, fur Honnkoog. , "
Mrrrhttutmrn ("rafea noir In inrt
HfHMAK, llatitij'i (in Jifctre)
MorNino StAa. Urny
At kkaman, (lutunan . .
I. II v (Jrack, 1 1 utile
lUvntr, Mclnivrc ,
J ( Fiai. 1 RilIiMer
I li- Try kiti ho, I lieotttM
J M Sran kfi , Frnt
L IN i Bin, Howard
SLIU (I K. , Dthl
It ( MlmhaV,o JenkA.
I I Home, JjrvU . .
I mkhai i, (mtler
r-dNKST iUBEN, VlllillMl ..
I At KAWANNA, VIOll
Mi itnr, I tlwanU
W aciilsitt, I'earwtti
I KM IKK, Chatentimmui . .
,, Haw lgtne
.,,... Am lglne
lie at. kMu
, . Am. hVttie
. . Am Ik
. , Kill Ik.
, , . Am ch
. Am bgtnc
,. .. llfit. S S
U. S S
II. It M S
U S S
Hrprrtftt front f'urrif$t I'nrtm,
llo TMM All) bk AilV llfKNBM Neell
line I eh. 35 aB C Hrewer A Co., agta.
ItRfMitN, Iter bk C K. Hiiinir . . Wither
Hue Feb 7u- H lUckfrld A Co ,ngta.
Naw ok, Am, hktne. I iinom Vkknon Huniphrc)s
Hue larih 5 10. CaMleA CcxAe, nU
I.ivfMKMiu llfit alup Jankt Cikirt JncVion
t '115 lllilll l5 ' 1'liHl.ilhilii w v, itK1"'
(I WMacfirlatM A Co,
HhvmvH, (,er bk CaNiiiU, lose
Itaihiig Nov i. Hackfrld A Co , Anent.
,VHMHM)U "fit. alllli (it I NUfKVIK
Hue May 1 $ 111 Diviea ft Co., Agent.
Four (iAMMK, Am tern M. I Smiiii J0I1
Hue H at V felt I ft Co., agta.
NrwcArir, N S W,, - Juimikk ... .
Hue I elk i7ti. Wilder A Co.. aueiit.
Funi (Iamiu k, Am kIi J K Mulkk llnnon
Hue Feb, ik im.
IU, ton, Am bk S II Allkn
loud nbotil Feb, itt. C. llrewer A Co., Agenti
UnrMvr, (Jer S S IithiMricuf , . .
Hue A til 10-13 II Hackfeld A Co., Agent.
San I KANt im.ii, Am hktne DltcoVKKV I'erriiiian
Hue Feb ij an. II llackfehl ft Co., Agenta.
San Fkaniisco, r m . City op Nnw Vowk Cobb
HueFeh.17 H Hackfeld ft Co , ogt.
lit MiHiinr, Am kIi Fannonia.. . . - -
l)nt Allen A knliinviii. At-entt
fil ,l, lint fchlp, SlIANIXtN . PiUsiful
Hue lulv 1 . (t. W Mrtcf.trUncft Co.. Auentv
San Fkancicu, Am bctna Smlina Mtllcr
Hue Felt. itfM. it Irwin A Co , aprnt.
l,ONtON.i4 St. MKliAclifUUS S AliKKUKLl'K
Ijittlin lun ai
San Fman(1v4.u, Haw Mm C. U. Khimh, Cnmeron
Hue Feb. aoas Fovtrr k Co., agctua,
Ibe Anieiicnn tern HiLott u nt Soienott'a uhuf,
I he llcmduraa Uitk Hermann Ii nt the Ksplaiude
lh F tiwrald, F'oreM Qtiecn nod (ietl)tburg nre at
faittbor n waiting n Utth
I he Amrrlcan Uuk Ueete I nt the foot of at earner
I Jkelike'a duck discharging coal,
lite new warehouse for the C. S. S. Company on the
I pHiude lu leen commeiKcd
11m (), S S. Sum i at 1. M. S. S. wharf She aaiU
lo-Uyal 5 I-, m, for S.111 FraucUco
like Am ahip ltipe(o(T Hh Maiket wiiatf, igei
tint, in trim agnln, and will aoon look a good n new,
1 he American lutkenlina Furvka hi disc ha r get I her
down cwffio, And now Awatiaacargu for Sin Fruiui'o.
Ibe lliiiidi ihip At-trauiAii U at the old tte-imdihi
ubatf dichargni a micclUneou cargo of l.nghsh
Hie Haualiui h.iik, Ully Grace U at Likehke riod.
where hh lo.idmg augar for San F raiiciMTt, lo aail
Hie A me 1 tent 1 bttf inline CotiMielo U at the old Cu
loin hoiiMt wh.irf. Sli will kill for San Frnncihcu with
Hie V M S.S, City of New Yoik will U due lo.
morrow from Sin Fraitclwo, with from ia to 14 di
Ibe HiilKh lark Ullockiiat llrewer A Co.a wliaif
dtlutglng a l.irge aihl general aoiteAl cargo of Curo
I he F M. K. S,Zealivlii nrrivtxl from the Colonic
IaM Mondiy Motning, and a-ided again nt g , m. for
'Ilia AmtticAn ten J, C Ford It opposite the Cm
lomtMUie diKlhtrging cargo. She will letuintoSan
I ranclwu again aoon.
The AmeiKan batk. 1) C, MutnytiAt the FtiU
itadedix)i.irging a general cargo from ban Frantiwo,
for hkh ri alic will ictuin with quick dttpatcti.
FromAutkbnd.per 7ealndU, F'ebn V Matltn,
(1 I l led Under, I J Gaiwood, W UJate, F KeiHlatl.
t-iom kahului, ier KiUuea II ou, Feb. uh Major
We.U, W. A. F, lire cr and wife, Ah Fawn, C II
l.obmin, N Oh Und, WH Kieua, I1 F 'lhornton,
James lUker, Win (niodness. W F Mobsman. I A
Aiutrew, h L Ahull, Ktv II Keaeaiiuld, and tamity,
Judge KuilteUnl, and family, Kev Knpu, MUs,
iHing, Mrs F'atiiiwoiih, a Uut uodeck.
From windward lotts Pr Ukehke, Feb. u Hon
J P 1'aikcr, J FC Kaunaniano, Mis Fibo, MlssAhe
una. Father IVuaol, C N Arnold, C Casper, Miu
UUfurds, J K KoUitton, J KoNcwarn, G W Wilcox,
I) loom), W l.umaheihe, M Holmes J K Mills,
C William,, A H.-uhlio, FCaukinl, Wdko, Ivaaua, S
llahuka, Ml Kautc, J Kaal, O Kanvauoha. W
iroiunan, puss .111111011, iiookano. 14 Nan, a 11
Smlih, HiMi II KauheUiu, Mrs CN Make, Mis K
Makce. Mrs VMiicmpkv, Father I eonor, A ten and
ife. Cai4 1) tailor. H Senbv. MUs Klrkar.1. V
ii..'... i 1 .. ..i tt . .c . .. . . ' .
Lau II I iv lor, II Senbv,
iiornvi 1 v rorsaim, .miu Aiiro, .11 .lakaiua a
uife J Mun( H MuidocL; K 1UI; Mm I. Weed.
I v. ronuiiu, .n u a 110. m .Makalua and
For San FrancUro, per KlU, tab 10 Mr Wood
tath, A F Uhrr, 11 V banon. MU S MiuUrck.
tFor San F landsco per eaUndU, Feb itJ ll
Woiwirr, K lwcts " ami twoihiMrni, J lerus
umlaon, F. I NUholtaM wife, A M Robinson, V 'lur
lill.H t. iVudge.M AlUvislI K IMhMcr.MrsH Fl
Cooktand four children, Oeorgtl'. Ilowt and wife, J
U Wilier S NagadiUMio, fsimhl, Nagisakl. K
Migi, Kakimucni, A
uchl, A oung, C II Woolmington, II 1
org. K WiUhMi. J M Cialg. if S Judd,
t raiuuiJ, ocorgi
w II jenninj
I C....( ll 4 ltA-.. .. I I t I'll
lln and wife. I hduarda. V C luitr. Ir.
inni, i 1 v-wittr ! o, jokjui arurani, 1
Wcldi, A Kuhu, W M iSMiteroy, Clutlc Peterson, J
UKfpisC F Svhuttler J Dutke, John Hkkey, Jame
Caiuvroo, M de U1u1t10.1V Dawenali, A A Ahraander,
IMUJfll, USleiUan.l ll UJred, W J Moore, Ch
NUhuton a,id wife, 1, WrUh,
rurldaidpuit. jr likchke, Feb 14 -M F1V0
wad wtft, L IU1, C F 1 1 ah. C K ttilums W C IVa-
tl, L4 Siiaver. I W Kaukml, A Jones w H
W H Kcanu, ll V Wilfong, J llakir; t iSiuohau:
J K Kauiuiuano; S ll Siod.Urd, M Kidd. wifs and
vshildmi, Mc MatsUs Jas Kaal arwl wife. Hon
Kau.au, aiwi wtie, I II KauwaM and wife, 11 Saiby,
I' II l-cthuiaim, Mtu Kkkard, M OKUndi. I AhihL
iMuir. V Kanuiwha, J It Jom and j children, J H
lillS SlU-n J PPikcf. J Maiths W Cumaheriel,
M IUI.I.U, A iiulilA fukctllaoiu .1.1 IkUcl.
I I. . aiin, j Ku.lihl, r llorntr, Wlkxlnu,Mn
II A rCultr, W l A lkrf, mvl lf.. .l7uiu.
ttil ir. 1 0 v..ih. r i-.tiur. w
'J.)kt; 11 k I'Atwtt.ci, vu i;j oV.
Kroitt Sn Kitnciwu, ir Cimuick), Kb rC V
xi, x til. lut) , fr .kt vuiii, yt k mis it vkt cum,
,4 U Ik.I, i u luUlart, 5 n onfaNU, tabu ikWk
2... . .. ..1. . 1...1. 11 ! if.ti J.1 .u .t.1......
.1 1 v. .. J V. ., ii iii.iiity .(t iu..ii.
Huiriul.; t.)-un& l.y, 9Vg. hutkiii. mkI cUi,
S, U MIIUJII, l Ct SUM, 7 lkfif boUMhoJJ KkidL
11 r fell; Mty & ll, io A u, , r. iuw4
eumJ., 5 iLt liuls ll Iran, 11 n mi.i, yuo .A.
Hour, IN kc, W.tl, ,31 4fb (nuriics luoUt Uwi
Wv, yt.t umii. $11 tkk k.i, iiu .1, uaiocs to r
iMUvM. . c ttlnton: W II McUut. U h.), 11 U
tult, $ kit Lriutt Allni 4 KoUnfcM, 0 Ut riuur, tl I Act
vitAtrvti, iA2 ttnJoY, $1 rt alnl, iColksltcu,
Um tJl thinUt; Mit riiiuvr. ilsti, Hour; Uty.
rrt 4wi.cK,j doun. , i.$ tun duoft, iimuui
Ci ,4ttlti,MiUr Cli ikwrt; Urcf ft
CV 1 Ct NUMI : IwtAUkUM & ClX&ICtdlV Ufcl fUWV
Btuils i Vt ilour. rt nulcit, 14 rt St lo
U. I.K1, ljrt,Ktin; ll.lnA CkSf$bU mIhuo, y
141. WW, t Wt iu,a i Hour, 10a but UM.
fc.tl I ri I JuiUcr. o.a.uLiiLlt. 1 dri.k ajkl htlur..! I
'1 vtttteMu, 16a tVt AMtt aiwj At UuUy, m tVt
ii "iraO""!! iw.net, ! Bnui: nun'
fk( Cu, ij btpJiy euujt .nj uuiiuviki Hill &
". vllt lun) m; 11 W MachiUiM. ct thenwt,
rt .iiJ kvuiw, iui Ut ky, u Uilt (swIum, iu rt
(vtM.Jr; Ja !j MiAjiiw, , lull oIuk.
:f TllrV Mil A IVr
Irwin A ( j tf lifejMl and
Jan, t It's tat e
raikef I aile A ( ke, 51 bM salm fl. fr5 'j V
flour, (ajrtain Jarv.4, . bi apple, f fWg to) add re.
Chinese firm. 2.411 V rwlry mle, in transit, j,
awl. rr Zealand,. rt t- John 5 Aic-
f.rew, A M Sprootl, ( V MacUftwrw fc to, R von
femmkv. Mm Wonrlnw. I t mdw each, i,! tkgi
rmtaln trarMt ... ..
from Port Tftnitftr!, -r I rtv-raM, Feb n II
HarVftMflf fo,6?,6i ft Inmber, 117.1M ft lumber,
ft . thinittev ,8it pickets. t,y lath, fl.15 ft (parv
rtom Nanaimo, ft ( , liana, (-"f roret Queen,
Feb 1 If Hackfeld A Co, ys inn coat
rnmiClirMma. Island, (r tni Keeihe A F Cooke,
q tta frh. lo Ml fidi, ,of R nh.
tf. a.. i.i. .. f 1 f !..... t ..I. a f ,
er A ( ooke, ro rew:
r IT"! niii I liiinii't (" t't iiim iiiiD- ,i-l
tmtil. I t IMiIt: I K win
Urn, riLkMfumltiirearKfiiphokerym.lv, treer A
f n. t V urmlnce.
lloll A Co, mo hk hay, llowfer
A Co, iJ tihhhme. 3 Va pUMetina; hrtir, t$ tn pU
iff inl, $0 lW lime, Mrt f.atk, it ca tewing ms
chinea, 1 c oil Move, r m inker, u ca crtnrwine ar eiit, a
twi1er, l r rifle, 1 c tille, etc, Khae(er l-O,
tmtl ljTRltl, rik few!, 0hlh rer wtiul khinnlr
14a I-IH liay, 150 Hk4 (lour; tieorjre i,iiras 4o,pi
hanl hruk, S pkira to ao
nl hrttk. 8 lIim to antlrevt. Ordet. 6 U hav. 61
ire W ImU. 1
trlmmetl, iilolta lef!tenil, lailm tut retrimmeil
akifeeil, (enrfte W lenka, 1 lk ilrew, 1 Ifty rtai
thill a tlrem, t if ri. 'it,in wui yam. toym nan
nej, 4 binta (At hint b he, a farm, 2 lira bird Cftffea, t
M.hrtl iNMiht, 9 ineiii- ii iMHika, 3 narnrM rAKkie, yj
yil ilrraa noI i '! ire4iorti nyeii ami return!,
jr ehil't 1 fth, 4 bird nts 1 canary htnlt, 1 breetl
injj cae, a wrajijirr, a godtnnclie.,
it ittiy criemiM,
6 niRhl((owiH, 4 unili, s pi'
lr.m San f-ranciico. lrr Suer. Feb 8 Mac fat line A
( o. vt a whikr. IbllrrMham A Co. to fkn mint antl
lurpctttine, 10 r I in lamp, 1 c Urt krtH, 10 pkgt phtw
future, i4t pkg hnrdware, 1 c rnae l-uttoma. I kg
broom, 9 Mlt alum, bblt ldmptJ.uk. al pkg lead, 38
ca oil, 1 r paint, ring and ImmA, i lull handle, to keg
nails, t- kftrice, 1 cml aawt, 1 (kg ieiting, $ cation,
l r I r utlies J I -1 trot Very, 1 t kg liarneaa, 1 e ta
t(nery, 3 pkgt iron aafea, llulliter A (-0, 6 pkg
i)brtcrri, 1 r tinitfiliMt atimlrie, 176 pkgi Uttilea, t ca
Motionety, 7 ( aiHifT, i t adveiilMnrf; matter, 8 pkg
pnipiietary mnhelne. vjc dntai, a ca acid, 1 bgtnrka,
4 c igir, A I. Smith, 1 c m!e ( aMle A CoAe, 41
Ptinp, apkg tVrM; Lullua, t crate wire, cloth, 140
tkt (eel, 1 hi brkk, f Uile rut.l-fr, t c lime, l ca pit.
lure. tWt trfodute
1 cuctrnme, 18 pig grocetle, 1
. . . r - ' ,t . . . . -..-. .
oiJi water nner, 1 ii cotton, a ca copir rivet, 1 am
wire, 1 tub wire, 1 hi toIMi, 3 h aUtc, 30 pkga hard
ware, l ha rubber waber, ta tobacco, 14 c aewing
machine, M ) Koe, 16 kg aaildlery and hardware;
MtlieneyA Sn, i ak tatoe( 50 k onion;
Itolle A Co, t5 k Hitattjr, aaca onion, 1 (kgtitlth,
1 ca kheart, iif jVg Unl, tnitrr, leef, etc, uw k
M'Mir: h O Hall ft Son, 15; k Ixtrley, 49 c taioe,
I ca feed mill, l wheel, 7 c hirtlware, 5 kg ahtNr, 1
mat tofiper, I hi Mid hp. $ pkgi ah weihia, Ca
hi bay, 1 c pair, 70 baa aoap, 9 pkg aaddlery, 7 UIU
collar, 1 lull wlil(, 10 rl leather, l Utl kheepaktn;
I Ir own A Fhitlip, r ca Imnlwire, 1 ca gl.ni ware, - Ull
iron pipe; Hidiojt A Co, 14 t lxti and ahor, 1 c mft
tvtper, 1 ca glue, 31 ImII ley-er. 1 ca c-trdUjnrd, 1 keg
Ink, a c ataiUnery, ici mil ailk; F' J lllggin, 1 hi
eapre waion,9 tru running gear, 4 carriage hoie; A
lbcktnn,4 hit txk; AW Kichardon A Co.m hata,
a ca furnishing gnNl. a cs , t ca ch4iilng, 1 ca
ahirta; (teirrge F Weill, 1 ct picture, 1 ci moulding, 3
ca ornamenti, 6 C clocka, womlware, crockery, 3 ca
wire tntktlt and flower ts I C niUMC ware, 72 ca
furniture, 1 hi marble, i rl cai)et, 1 ca draj tng, 1 c
pi 1 no atoU; '1 F F'oler A Co, 90 ak l aloes, 1 c
met ure, t I illle he.id,fi6 J'kg groceries and protlslonv,
llopp ft Co, 9 bli F.urekn hair, 1 hi wel bing, 1 Ml
hoop, 1 Ml (prlng, 7 lull bedMead and rail; J Mm
mutid, so sVi (Mitatoca, 10 ak onion, 13 hx ap lea;
Allen Herlierl, 3J cka leer, 6 c li'pim, t C ft how.
card, )' Mclneruy, 6 c candy; M Mclm-rny, so bx
apple, 171 (kg produce, etc, F tterl, 4 c Ujot and
afite; W 1 birr A Co, yj kga jtat(ca, 25 eratet onion,
ut bx aitiM: F I 1-nehait. 14 !f-k Hour. 6 c
uyMer, 104 pkg groceries, 30 c whidiy; HoffM:hfcAger
A Co, 79 tkg mft cotton, J T Waleilioue, tao ak
feed, 3611 ak llour. I c hoiita, 1 pkg d resting, 9 c no
tions, 9 ma ink, 1 iix aeetM, 1 i( lAooms, 1 cs inrdwire,
2 c saddlery, a c clothing, 13 ca mft cotion, 77 pkg
groceries; W ( Irwin A Co, 1 d honey, 5 I Is netting,
613 ak feeil. 465 pkg tugir, k c ruji, 4 horer 1
hi nil, 1 bl hose, a bills blocks, 1 KII picks, l Nil wire
cloth, 92 (kg hardware, 4J0 bhl cement, 940 bbls
lime nnd cement, 52 corner binders, 66 auare plnte,
Kj ca bread, t atraighl edge. 8 kg wadier, 1 hx
ill, 16 door ahdex, 1 Ml rubier; II K Mclntre, v
cs Htators, 5 lulls jtnper lags, tft pkg groteriea, G W
Mntfarl.ine A Co, i c show cac, 50 aks torn meal, 7
tikg aaildlery. 9t k (lour, ijo aks feed, 219 pkg
li(Uors, 100 bbls lune, t bx samples, 300 1 Is hay, 1 Mat,
949 pkg groceries and apples, 1 ca hardware, t c g1i
ware, 155 c taking jwiwdcr, 41a kg leer, l (kg cartls,
3 pkgs M-ed and tree, S J l,evey A Co, 4 ak him, 3
c 1 aeon, 14 j j kg groceries, llotlcACo, 5M hbl
Iird, ill pkgs groceries, lui J sk Hour, J S Uotcti
lrg, 4 c furnidilng gmxU; CJ Fidiel, 9 cs furnishing
giNxIs, 1 is clulhiug, A W Richardson A Co. 4 c fur-
imhtng gouil. 9 c Mioes; 1, r Adams, 31 kgrurm
lure, etc; II Hackfeld A Co, a c clothing, 5 cs tuft cot
Melli. 1 ca clothimr. a c liats. 6 cs drv
goott. 1 cs mow cams, j igm, 9 pkg clothing, ooots
and amies; lowers ft CoAe, pkgs paer hanging.
Schacffer A Co, o tkg groceries 42 kgs liousehold
tf frets; I -line A Co, 30 sks tiotatoes, 90 In apples, 111
1 Is bay; l.hlers A Co, 9 cs shirts; Union Feed Co, 1,035
I kg Ircd and hay; Jamc I Howsctt, 79 pkg fcrtl and
lay; It J Agncw, 193 his hay; Allen ft Robinson, 9
horses. lelrpraub Holes: llarl llro. 11 tLa irroter
. .....'" . t .
tes ami provisions; At Fhilhp A Co, 45 cs tobacco, 6
kg dry goods, 56 pkgs ahouls,
lenry May Co, 167 pkgs
oltow ware: A W Pierie
l alioutt, iix pkgs dry goods,
groceries; John Nott,9s pkgs
A Co, 94 pkgs ship chandler).
hollow ware; A VI
I bo ( Ilirum. it nkgiutloiiei:
pkg stationery; (JiVel, 7 kg carriage uiiienals; A
J .M uat ft. Lo, to
uooke, 50 uxs iioiaioc, 2 kgs uuiier; A o Llegnorn, 1
L lcc hoi
I kg dry gooU, 3 c plitcd ware and clocks,
mn, 4 pkgs
rs drug; l'.dmer A KllUmrne, 3 c petfiiineri,
;s; Walter Hit), 3kgs saddler; W O Smith,
Kkery, 1 ct stationer), 1 bx tiry good; James
1 c iimgs;
1 hbl crocl
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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17, iMj.
AU nutter Tor the Saturday Prest should be
altieteU to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
At last the august (?) ceremony of crowning
King Kal.ikaut lias been H.-iformeil. In liis-
tory will be reconleil the fict, tliat on the
twilftli day of rdiriiary, A. 1). 1SS2, tbe
coronation tiKk place; ami side by siiic with
this fact will lie reconleil also the iMipular
opinion ami feeling which precetlcil ami fob
loweil the cent; ami goint; together, they
mutt form one of the most ilisnnl pictures
user reconleil in theannaU of the nation. I low
.b a!',&atjnp rfn,luin inuuic!-., lid on by
Ihc plausible ami persistent tittiranccs of a
glib tonguetl but unscrupulous courtier, forccil
uM)i anunwillini; people, an empty though
costly ceremony. How that, instc.nl of height,
cning the respect of his people for their sos'er-
cign, and adding dignity to the throne by Ihc
particiation of greater otcntatci, either in
rtcrson, or by proxy, neither anticipation lias
1h.ch realireil ; and only disuietiiile at home,
and ridicule abroad, base been the results
This will also go don as history. Hut one
nation has honored the escnt by prosiding for
the presence of an imUisry to represent its
court, and these it was necessary that a special
plcnliutcnli'iry should lie sent to induce In
conic. Hut they have gone, only to make
known UH)ii arinal at their court, the silly
slum they were sent to honor to tell, that
no olhir nation, but Japan, bad condescended
toaclnowleilge the imitation of KalaLaua's
Whether or not King Kal.1k.1ua is able to
appreciate the inulis that base been received
from lorcign powers, or whether he will lie
able to appreciate lint his popularity among
his own people has declined, as a conteiiucuce
of bis coronation, jet reuuins lo lie seen.
Hut, if he is able to ircogniie such fact, lie
may also U able to rccognire in Walter Mur
ray Gibson, Ihc man be should most properly
thank for whatever has come of the coronation.
Horn one end of the land to the other, this
farce has Kin condemned not by one sect, or
class of people, but by all and if His Majcity
had previously been lot to believe that the
case was otherwise, he ccitainly must have
bet n convinced of its tiuth, when the act was
received w ithout a cheer, fi 0111 the multitude
assembled to witness it j and when few wire
present of those who were invited to attend,
but such as were bound, in a measure, by their
positions to attend. Hut the ait is not jet
complete. Many of its consequences are vet
in embryo only, although it needs but little
psnctiation, 01 sagacity, to tec that its ulli
mate clTccis to the country may lie vastly more
iltsasliout than the simple loss of money iui
mcdUlcl) how attendant.
No Utter illustration of the imbecility of
the present admini.tration can l found than in
itt disposition to maintain in (inpoilanl office
Ihc most Inefficient officers, and its total dine
garil of the umiMistances tlut have been utteied
by the lxl thinkris of the Und and echoed
luck, from all parts of the kingdom by the ikm
pie, The object of the administration seems
lo hc been lo create offices for the nun,
rather llian lo suit men to their offices ; and the
hedi of dqaittneiits and buieaus luve, ic
rr m S-in Franciv
conlingiy, In many intnncc?( lccn represented
I))-men far inferior In understanding and uotk j
ing, ability to the clerks nnd underling! they
must ncccwuily employ. I!ut the time is
coming and tint it is not far distant we are
atAured by the symptoms of unease thit so
universally pervade the amimunity when this
thing can lie no more. People arc fast sicken
Ing of the meals of mere tawdry and wind
iiHn which the government would have them
feed; they want somithing more than empty
sham and glitter, for money Is loo dearly
earned in these days. of competition to lie lav
ished upon every buffoonery that may suggest
itself to the pleasure of empt) -headed officials.
What country but this would allow the conduct
of its affairs to remain in the hands of men who
have no more rcsicct for themselves than to be
the colleagues and coadjutors of a dissolute
mountebank, who is only in his clement in the
litrioom amongst drunken sailors, and who is
sildoin in a condition to do the mceswry work
of his office ? What community but this would
have sat by v rpiiitly looking on, from the lie
ginning to the culmination of a farce as gigantic
in Its alisurdity as in the cicnsc incurred?
And what community but this would be con
tent tn foot the bills of cH.nsisc embassies
sent to foreign lands for the mere purpose of
bringing the representatives of greater states lo
laugh at our follies, for else they could not do?
With things so inextricably miscd and
tangled as they have become, it will require
brain nnd nerve to avert the total wreck that
lies In pros)icct, and if we escape at all with
our national identity preserved, it will only be
by the earliest possible rimosal of the trash
that is impeding the wheels of government.
The Collcctor-CIeneral of Customs receives
an annual salary of $,ooo. At present he is
aliscnt on a well earned leave, and one neces
sitated by Ihc poor condition of his health,
which is mainly owing to his long and close
confinement in the business of his office. No
man has ever filled this office with greater
faithfulness and ability than Colonel Allen;
ami the public cannot well complain nt thc
ainount of hissalarj, considering the work he
performs and the qualifications ncccssiry to an
incunilient of such an office. The headships
of other buieaus would perhaps not be overpad
at the same salary, were the work pertaining to
such but faithfully and competently performed.
In one notable case, however, it would seem
that the bureau needs no head, and that the of
fice has only been given out in order lo estab
lish the ligat right ol a favored individual to
suck an unearned share of the government
pap. The individual bmisilf, by his repealed
absence from the office upon every trivial oc
casion, has furnished his own demonstration
that bis services are entinly unnceded, and
therefore we. for one, preferring consistency,
would favor Ihc idea of calling his iay a
"pmsioii," rather than a "salary." If lie
mills a pension, and is deserving of one, by
all means lit him have it. Ihen he may ap
propriately play the ambassador, be the attend
ant on royal lours, or stwkisnian, or fulfil such
other and various functions as arc consistent
with his own pleasure; but such ietformances
are utterly inconsistent when done by one paid
for other work.
The present deplorable condition of the
struts of Honolulu demonstrate scry forcibly
the fact that our system ol road making has
been w rong, radically w rong, in material and
mithod for many )cars. The system may
have done for tint period of the city's history
when hand-carts were a rare vehicle upon its
streets, but in these later )cars, when the traffic
of wine yo licensed dravs, and 220 cxprcs.se-
and busses, and probably as many private con
veyanccs, is so severe, some appreciation of
the amount of daily wear uimn the road-lied
should be calculated and provided for. It is
notorious the sloppy, muddy condition our
principal streets get into with a single dav's
heavy rain, and with the long continued rains
this week, the present condition of our thor
oughfares is not surprising.
Ucccnlly built sections, though a great im
provement Uxin Ihc old system, have not ap
parently, bcin undertaken with any regatd for
the rainfall of the city. Our streets are all too
hlicrally supplied with soil, which, with their
almost levil condition, retains nil the moisture
falling upon them. There is not sufficient
crown to them, nor liody enough to shed
water, nor aie sufficient gutters, culverts or
trains provided to relieve the streets, conse
quently it is absorbed, and, with the amount
of traffic ii)Hin them soon renders our line
weather streits a sea of mud and, naturally, a
slough of desialr.
The section of Kort street now in process of
re-construction, which we recently commended
as the only evidence tn the credit of Minister
Hush, is reported to lie show ing signs of de
pression. If so, we have here an indication of
the need of crowning still more in the centre,
so as to lie impervious to rain.
In the desire of the government fur the
people to enter heartily into the festivities of
thewcik, they haveliccn brought to realize
the condition of the streets as never before. It
is to lie hoped that the Minister of the Interior
will spare sufficient time to wade through all
the streets of the city that he may fully apprc
ciite the fact that a new system should he on-
lertaken in earnest that will give us some ade
uatc, satisfactory return for the ecnditurc
CONTAGION AND SEGKECAT10N
AUTHORITIES Ul'ON LEPROSY.
l'rom one of the most rcsivcctable and,
therefore, authoritative medical journals extant,
we extract the following upon the subject of
"contagion in leprosy."
"That recent oliscrvcrsand those dermatolo
gists who have lately studied the disease, have
liecome more and more Inclined to regard the
the exclusive dogma of heredity as unsatisfac
tory, ami to accept contagion as an important
fact or in its etiology, the following opinions
very strongly show. In reply lo Virchow't
questions respecting the disease, sent out in
1SG0, are many which were In conllict with the
conclusions of the Committee of the English
College of Physicians, 'that the most skillful
physicians In all parts of the world are entinly
opposed lo the belief that leprosy Is con
tagious.1 Dr. Macnamara (an author on
leprosy) in llengal, was seeing three thousand
cases a vcai, lielicvcs that It is contagious, and
mentions cases in confirmation. Dr. Udi of
Hongkong, says: ll Is contagious beyond a
doubt. Dr. Kiicdcl, of China, states that it is
communicated by Inoculation during sexual
iiilcrcouse. Dr. WolflTof Madeira, gives cases
of contagion. Dr. Wcchcier, nf llranl, gives
cases also, but s.i)s thai the arwcsthclic form is
(I.et us here remind the reader, that this pe
culiar form of leprosy Is comparatively rare,
and not often seen, excelling as a complication
of tubercular leprusy.) ''A missionary rest,
dint ten) ears In a leper hospital Trinidad,
cite Instances of contagion in his book
(La lurt, tit CoMti&itMt, liiii, lSjf.)
Dr. Manson, In a repoit published by the In.
spcctor-Cicnual of Customs, Shanghai, ibSl,
"'In the face of certain well known facts
In the history of the disease, it U difficult to
understand how the cominunicability can be
denied. I can only exyloin the denial by the
Ignorance which prevails at to the steps, etc.,
of the disease lxpmy ts
jsttulictl only in hospital, rarely in Its proper
homcf and genuine efforts to study, there the
htaory of Its lcf;tnning and the secret,
per rnrri, of its course, hive been few,1
"Or, Tilbury Fox" (one of the most ilistln
gushed dcrmatologisls in KnglandJ, "In his
last Uok, ntd;
,M There Is by no means a flight Imdy of
facts which ccin to Indicate that inoculation
iith matter from a leprous sore, and tlds miy
occur in cohabit Ion and constant contact and
in aecination(?), nny gic rise to the disease,1
And agiin: Ieprnsy is apjmcnlly spread
Ir) the free contact of the healthy with the
"iVclIser aays: leprosy is probably an
infectious disease, and its cdfic proilucts arc
contagious, Kabncr in his recent paper
( ' Vithvttfs rtrtAiv, IU, SS) on the Inocuh
liitUy of the disease, m)s, with regard to this
fpicstion: 'The isolation of the leper by
confinement is the 1 test means of oerconiing
leprosy asnn endemic disease.' KatMwi (Path.
und Iherap. tier Hautkrankheilcn) says, upon
the same ttoint: 'We sometimes meet with
remarkable cases. "
Shortly after the enunciation of the opidion
of the committee of the Koal College of Fh)
stcisns, wherein ihc segregation of Iecrs In
India was held to be undesirable, Doctor Oiim
Millrny who had been sent by that Itody to the
Hrilisli West Indies to make investigations in
regard to the Ilcaupurlhuy cure for leprosy,
wrote back to say thai " lately developed fact's"
In regard to the contagious nature of the dis
ease, would doubtless ere long 'call for a re
versal of that opinion.
KING KALAKAUA'S CORONATION
KRAZE NOMES TO A A'RISIS I
Some of our readers were not present nt the
free exhibition on the 12th inst owing to a
very natural disinclination to honor it by their
presence, the extremely nasty state of the
weather nnd other preventives. As they may
like to know how the affair passed off, we will
endeavor to give them a plain statement ol
facts concerning it, and they can judge if they
have lost anything by their absence.
In front of the palace is a hemispherical
structure containing rows of raised benches,
and capable of seating three thousand people,
more or less, lklw ecu this temporary shelter
which on the cards of invitation is called the
am'hilhtatrc and the inakai verandah of the
palace is a band stand ; a raised platform or
gangplank, connects the verandah with the
band stand ; the platform or gang plank, is
we write as if we were now present at the
Coronation is carpeted, and we assure our
tax-pa) ing readers that they need not fear
thire was any extravagant outlay in the walks
of carpeting ; the band stand is a graceful
structure, prettily decorated, and will in future
occupy some jiortion of the palace grounds,
T he lloston thrones, by no means so elaborate
as the article commonly used in theatrical rep
resentations, and to be found in every well
regulated proivcrty room, are so placed, on the
Kwa side of the band stand, that the major
portion of the audience sec only the royal car
and siitc whiskers or the ro)al back hair; there..
are some whose ijes are permitted to rest iqion
the roj.il nose and the royal check, but the
happy few who took it all In arc confined lo a
siction of the pavilion nliout the shape ol a
slice of pie and liearing a similar proportion to
The dicorations of the pavilion arc cheap,
meagre ami ineffective; in fact, the only at
tempt at display is in the prettily furnished
band stand and, under the circumstances, this
seems lo us a reasonable economy.
The lloston thrones are surrounded by chairs,
such as are found in'thc reading and smoking
rooms of most American hotels, these are a
portion of the recently inqiortcd palace furni
ture. The arena in which the land stand is
placed is alxiut the size of a circus ring, here
Ihc Industrial school children anil others arc
gathered, and in the pavilion to which all were
admitted whether they liore their Coronation
invitations like breast-plates, as a few native
women did, or had never received any, which
would lie remarkable indeed.
The band is here but it stands without shel
ter ; some native lords and lassies arc here who
pipe feebly to the accompaniment of a parlor
organ not an impressive instrument when
ojn-raleil in the open air.
At 1 1 A. M. the spaces arc all filled, it is a
nasty mixture but a well-lnhaveil one; the
ladies in full dress'arc doubtless surprised to
find that the paint on the benches Is not en
tinlydry; the few gentlemen who are in full
dress, and who are marked men In conse
quence, liear away on their broadcloth faint
traces of fresh paint ; at II A. M. we begin to
hope that the worst is not far off. At It. 15
A. M., the royal kahilis arc borne out in pro
cession and planted upon each side of the car
peted gang plank. Of all this "fuss and
feathers " the feathers are by far the finest
feature. One native women rises and delivers
a monotonous medley concerning fuss and
feathers in general, and this fuss and those
feathers in particular ; she is interrupted at in
tervals by the faint refrain of "kulikuli" I
At 1 1 130 the fleshy party in lights, who has
from lime to lime rushed from the palace lo
the band stand, turned something over and
rushed liack again, is relieved of his onerous
duties for the palace doors are slowly opened
and the Coronation march begins. It is stakly
and not unpicturcsque, a singular combination
of the barbarous and the civilized; the gor
geous foreign officials who are seated upon one
end of the palace verandah, the still more
gorgeous ladies of distinction who are seated
upon the other sink Into insignificance in com
parison w ilh the cataract of kahilis that pours
down like a disintegrated rainbow upon the
After this the ceremonial grows vague ; there
is an evident lack of rehearsal t there is a want
of uniformity and method in the modes of sit
ting and standing ; it is not reasonable to sup
pose tliat one who is placed unexpectedly upon
the throne can be crowned as cosily aml;u
naturally as one with whom this sort of thing
is bred in the hone; nor have any of these
people had much to do with coronations j nor
is the singularly unobtrusive clerical clement,
any advantage so long as il remains a solitary
tuiplice on the dangerous edge of the land
Hand, nor is the Hawaiian hymnal calculated
to Inspire awe or cnthustatu 1 nor does my
Und Qhamberlain embellish the scene by a
frequent rccuirance to his tablets and a notice
able lack of repose.
Were It not for our modesty we would will
Ingly have given the master of ceremonies a few
puints on Coronations. There is one unfailing
receipt : you first catch your king ami all the
rest follows naturally enough 1 you will find
the crown In its proper receptical, and there
will lie courtiers enough who have plajcd their
juris until if indeed It were not their nature, It
w ill has e become a second nature in such a
case it will l unnecessary to inform a king
that if it becomes necessary for hint to crown
himself he need not, unless he prefers to do to,
place thumb and finger upon the apex of the
crown and then set it upon hisheJU as if it
Ihc cover to a chafing-dish.
Kalakaua does this; and when he crow mills
queen, whose hair drcer wu apparently ua
acquainted jwilh the fashion of the crown,- he
places it among locks which are hastily dis
arranged at the moment and the dignky of
Ihc act sutlers considerably In consequence. It
nay be that crowm are now worn rakishly. oa
one car, liut we have not heard of it, nnd we
would a little rather not believe it.
After this there Is nothing left but the royal
salute and the pilgrimage back lo the palace
under the cloud of kahilis.
At 12 o'clock meridian, the crowns, neither
of which seemed a scry good fit, arc uiwn the
brows of the king and queen ( the act Is wit
ncsscd by the opulicc who stand in breathless
silence; Indeed there Is over much standing
and sitting when we consider how sticky the
Kiint is in Ihc pavilion but this is of course a
The army, spread Ihinly under Ihc verandahs
of the palace salutes Ihc various officials as
they (kiss; the police force which is tolerably
well represented Is orderly and unobtrusive
nnd gives little or no trouble to one of the
most apathetic and miscellaneous audiences il
has ever lieen our lot to join.
The rain which for many hours previous to
the Coronation had fallen steadily and made a
mud flat of Ihc capital, fortunately withheld
during the ceremonial, nnd the public was
spared ihc horrifying ieclncle of our noble
ministry rcsplcndnnt In a plumage which
rivals lhat of the paradise bird licsiegcd li)
the elements and driven from life field looking
like a lot of fighting cocks after the twcnly
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Why Is it that during this coronation week the
doors of Ihc '. C, A. office arc not found
w Idc enough ?
The names by which King Kalakaua Is here-
nfter to be identified, and Ihc numerous decora
tions which attach thereto, are inough, when
siimmoneihip and pronounced, to astound even
the, man In the moon.
One of the King's Ministers attended the
coronation ceremonies in his usual condition;
but he probably didn't know that he had the
hroidsidc of bis hat where the Ikiw should have
"All work and no play makes lack a dull.
Iioy." If the converse of this adage lie true, a
whole regiment of brilliant )ouths, now being
reared under distinguished patronage, wilt in
time, present themselves before the astonishce!
gaze of this community for Government
Sonic persons, not backward in there aspira
tions, were made aware at the coronation, that
mere fiitiuls of distinguished guests arc not
necessarilly entitled lo scats beside them at
state ceremonies. It is always pleasant to lit
tle ieoplc to hive big friends; but when the)
forget their disparity they are rpiitc likely to be
reminded of the fact.
We notice in the "Ily Authority" column of
they". C. Aitvtrtiur that "it has pleased his
Majesty" to grant " Letters Patent " to sundry
individuals certain of whom, heretofore, were
utterly unpretentious, while it seems also to have
been his pleasure to slur, in this respect, one of
the highest chiefs in the land we mention the
name of Kuth Kcclckolani, sister to the last
The '. C. AJvtrlinr, a few days licforc the
coronation, explained the prospective absence?
of Her Highness, Kuth Kcchkolani by alleg
ing that the state ol her health would not al
low of her being present at the ceremony.
The state of Her Highness' health was suf
ficiently good, however, to iicriuit of her view
ing the street parade from the lookout on the
premises of Hon. C. U. llisliop.
The " Ily Authority" column or the '. C.
AJvtrtistr informs us of the creation of three
new princesses, nnd three new princes. As
the maintenance of only two of these has as
)ct liccn provided for, the next Legislature will
probably lie called iqion to provide permanent
settlements for the others, and the great pe
cuniary benefit conftrred upon the country by
the coronation, will be the warrant for the
additional tax to be thus imposed upon the
It is said that certain men, who bold no
foreign official position nor high position under
this Government, were necessitated by circum
stances, to attended at the coronation cercmon
ies; but were purlicipants "under protest.'
Men who would thus palrWiizc, and sanction
by their presence, what they would lead olhcrt
to lielievc was a wrong, will certainly be con
side-rate enough to (union those who adhere to
thelielicf, that "example is better than pre
cept." We would opine that, If consideration
of self, were alone to dictate tlitir policy, such
would have better served had they observed
silcnct in regard to coronation absurdities.
We understand that Ihc Premier conceives it
as requisite to the dignity of the throne anil to
prevent invasion from the larger nations of the
Karth, lhat we should have an armor-plated
ship in our waters, whose movements may lie
guided by his Majesty's Minister of War, when
that Office shall lie resurrected. It may lie
that "ridicule seeks to aliate the aspira
tions of our little state. Iiut what say the
powers ol the earth? Ihc salvos of their
armaments in our rts recognize the full dig
nity 01 our ftlajesty neither more nor less
than what is accorded to the potentate of
Russia, or the illustrious Sovereign of Eng
land," Then shall we do less than provide
for our Soycignty a suitable navy from which
to return "salvo" for salvo.
SOME ADDITIONAL FACTS ABOUT
. 7IIE CORONATION.
Editor Saturday Phess: The Ml
AJvertiier, of the 13th Inst., gives some ac
count of the crowning of the dread king. It
asks that any omission be noted. 1 propose to
do so. The editor of that journal Is so very
modest that half of Ihe splendid story is not
told, and this is an injustice to the multitude
of impatient subjects on the other Islands, and
will not bring a realiting sense of the imposing
nature of the affair to the icople of other lands.
No doubt, from the large number of represen
tatives and visitors present from other nations
of the world, that Ihe stay-at-homes are "just
d)ing lo hear the news."
The account says; "The brilliant weather
continual and, strange to say, but nevertheless
true, a star was seen in ihe heavens at 8 o'clock
in the morning, shining contemporaneously
with the sun. The llawaiians regard this as a
happy omen, etc." Il should have read)
Strange to say, liut nevertheless true, a circle
of stars and large-sized coined, with Ihe sun In
ihe center, were seen at 8 o'clock in the mow
ing, shining with contemptuous disregard of
Ihe light of the sun. The comets were all
wagging their tails and the stars winking like
sleepy babies. The llawaiians regard this as
a happy omen, because lhat, according to an
cient Hawaiian custom, when a conicVs tail
wags, i is a sign of unqualified approval. There
can lie no doubt of the truth of Ihe above, if it
wu teen by the great Mormon Premier
prophet just as he arose from his couch after a
n'n;tt of gorgeous dreams. f'Otjvef remark
able freaks of nature weie observable to alL"
This U true, because quite number of persons
arc rcortc4 lo ,havc said that dogs bailed,
which, according lo ancient llavaUaa custom,
Is a signal expression of theit (nIm,, It has
been truly said that to puK atleg's Vail is a
signal for a batk. Pigs, too, grunted accord
Ing to ancient custom; others did not, which
may be regarded as a remarkable freak of na
ture. Another, was the quantity of mud on the
streets, which caused so niany expressions of
irrepressible emotion on the patt of pedestrians,
particularly as skirmishing lands of cavalry
went prancing by.
Perhaps Ihc most marked feature of the da),
as intimated by the Aihttlntr, was the "o
litcness and discretion" exhibited by the "scv
era! ushers." This is really worthy of note.
It was probably one of the nets of discretion
on their art which produced the mechanical
transformation shine which took place at the
npiminlcd minute, which minute It npcars
w as nt 12 noon, nt the moment of crow nlng, or,
in other wolds, at the crowning moment.
Another Interesting feature, not dwelt upon
by the Aivti titer m it deserved, was the mag
nificent nonchalance with which thedread king
lowed the crow n uxn the royal brow. It was
It spoke so truly "one lo Ihc manner bom,"
showed so clcarl) that to him nt least a com
nation is not a new thing. Instead of gravity,
slowly, majestically lifting the priceless limbic,
it was deftly tilled by a button or knot on lop,
lietwcen the thumb nnd forefinger, nnd hghtly
llew threw thenir, and discinding, rested in a
rakish manner athwart lhat noble bead,
Thin sufficient notice was not given to the
waj in which the lo).al and eager populace rent
the air with ileafintng applause, nnd by shouts,
cat-calls and other demonstrations, exhibited
their delight. How- one old native woman
stood up niul recited, in n monotone, the
gloiies of the moment. She contained within
herself the ient-up enthusiasm of the nation
which, according lo ancient custom, thus
showed Itself; she was the mouthpiece for n
nation, for the rest reverently quiet.
Il was not sufficiently dwelt upon, how the
crowd of kanakas, haolcs, Chinamen, Poitu
guese, South-Sea Islanders, New Zealandcrs
and others, aftir the intry of the procession,
crowded jo)ously into the )ard and filled the
amphitheatre. They had all lift their tickets
at home, in oln-iliencc lo n suggestion thrown
out by the great " Ily Authority" sheet.
It was not shown, Mr. I'ditor, how the day
came to a right ro).al close, with a bout at the
hotel, how the crowd drank at ro)al expense,
how (here was a general nnd generous Imunly
displa)i-d on alt sides.
In a word, Mr. I'ditor, the story is not half
told. Nothing is said of the magnificent court
costume of the Cabinet. How the gold lace
shone; how they overwhelmed Ihc crowd by
the grandeur but here I collapse I
Your observing Si'lCIAlOR.
The Coronation is over. The big gun has
liccn fired, and what is the result ? A big
smoke. Il will take time to develop the full
results. Some however can be seen now, A
lepleted treasury nnd great dissatisfaction
among a great part of Ihc native and foreign
The large amount of money which has been
spent for it is the greatest objection to it. Kor
a small country like this, whoso resources arc
so limited, the sum is cnonnous. If it had
been a willing olTcring from a grateful people
to a lielovctl King, no one could bav e objected.
Hut it has been forced upon them from begin
ning lo end,
"The eminent popularity of this event," (as
the Premier puts it,) or rather the lack of it
we should say, was distinctly shown in the ab
sence of all cnthiisiam from that great crowd
of sightseers, not one shout of approval lieing
manifested. It must have been a great satis
faction to him who planned and organized it.
It has been the ladder by which he has reached
his pinnacle of glory. His plausible words
may deciive some, but not the intelligent in
this community. A TAX t'AVFR.
A TRAVESTY OF ROYALTY.
If the Hawaiian Government were intent on
bringing rnvalty into discredit they could not
better perform their task than by silling up
their elaborate burlesque of midi.ajval nonsense.
In some particulars, the Hawaiian Kingdom
is itself a luilcsque. It is a pocket edition of
a royal Gov eminent and domain. Its nation
ality is a thing of Ihc past anil its roval line is
no longer on the throne. The chief revenues
of the kingdom arc derived from the proiierly
taxes of foreigners, and its Gov eminent is ad
ministcrd by shewd Americans. The principal
landholdir is nn Americanized German, who
lives in San l'rnnciscoand is facetiously known
as the Count of Honolulu. The jiopulation
of the kingdom could lie packed into a single
ward of the City of New-York without serious
ly disluibing the legitimate tenants. It is no
discredit to the Hawaiian Kingdom that il is
small or lhat its (vipul.ilion has liccn swanicd
by a foreign invasion. It is to the credit of
the civilized world, it maybe said, that the
intc-f ritv of the kincdom has been resin-cti-d.
and all projects that looked to the extinction
of its present nationality, such as it is, have
men irowneii now 11 ny poweriui nations. its
weakness has liecii its protection. Neverthe
less, the fantastic parade of royalty which is
made by Ihc present King is so entirely out of
proiiortion to the dimensions and importance
of llie kingdom that the judicious well may
grieve, although the mass of men may laugh.
It is very remarkable lhat nt a time when the
mummeries and formalities of imicrialism arc
being laid aside in countries in which ancient
custom and centuries of usage hav c sanctioned
tliem there should lie a revival ol these ob
solete frivolities in the little seven-br-nine
klndom lost In the wide wastes of the Pacific
During his late lour around the globe the
King saw much that his predecessors could
not haveilreamed of. They were scmibarliaric,
and he is an educated and well-read monarch.
In foreign countries he saw what may lie con
sidered the true strength of nations, nnd he
must have seen how small and mean arc the
shows by which ro)alty in ancient times
maintained its hold uwn the conmon people
01 monaicnics. 11 travel cniigntens a man
n traveled Kinrr surclv ouithl to be as suscent
ible to illuminating influences as the humbler
citizens of his domain. Hut Ihc King of the
Sandwich Islands comes home determined to
outdo all of his predecessors, if not all of his
royal brethren, in the twinp ami circumstance
01 imiiei laiisni. I le will ot crowncil, lorsooth,
as 11 ne were not already a gooii enough King
for his poor and overtaxed people, lie will
have thrones in plenty, two of these antl
nuatcd pieces of furniture havini! been ordered
from the friendly and ultra-republican city of
itoston. lie win nave a crown, too, ami
his ro)al Majesty is reported lo have selected
an assortment of Ihese gewgaws from Ihc vast
and varied assortment kept on view in the
museums 01 i.urope. 1 lure is to lie a sceptre,
a can 01 maintenance, ami tun, such as
ClIAKLKMAtINK and I'KI-lN weie wont lo hold,
and other glittering and musty historical rub
bish. Kor want of a io)al liall, rich in Ihe
associations of a nation s history, ami in order
that the show shall lie free for all, it hat been
ilctcrminal lo liavc Ihe iieilormances In ll
open air in front of w lut is called Ihc Royal
Palace. To accommodate the sight-scirs,
platforms hav e been erected, as at a circus,
and from these will be viewed the pomp and
pageantry of the first leal coronation that the
Sandwich Itlandcis have ever beheld. The
mere description of this bit of roval theatricals
is enough lo provoke a smile on ihc face of
any sensible person. lo a sober republican
these ceremonies teem like an cllmrate travesty
It cannot be said lhat King NjIiImj I,
obliged lo resort to the mimicries of loyalty lo
dazzle Ihe slmtile-mimleU subiects of his Idinu
tian realm. Intermarriage and death have so
weakened the native race of the islands that
it is hardly worth while to tike Into account
their prejudices and preferences. Probably
the King enjoys being a King, and he is de
termined to have a good time while lie can.
if any studcri) of government desire to tee
now autuni ana chikiisn are Iiu: shows ami
ina)- 01 a royat or luipeiui establishment, lei
him look at the coronation and the fuss and
feathers of King A'alataua. The Csar post
poocs his coronation for fear of assassination
and violence. The other ruler of Europe
avoid, as far as possible, the ancient ceretnonte
of rurally. The mock Kingdom of Hawaii is
the last to Itmivc ihe Uilitui silotk of rtsvial
sisstc. AT, Yt Timi.
Office of Superintendent of Wnter Works,
ItoNottLU, July j, 1U1.
All persons hating v'tr I'rivllrcrt are nerified thi
their WATm Rath r rvij-able vmi-snniiAllr, In !
vniwe, nt Ihe office cf the Siinntendent of Vtr
Willi, f, of Nmumm street, upon the ll dsv- of
January And July of each jesr (. It. Wll-SOrf,
115 if Suirrintrndtnt WaI. r Works.
C BREWER A COMPANY,
Uriirrttt AtrmtHtttcitml Vomuthlnn JrrnH
Oi.itN first!-, tliiwmiillt.
Officers- -1 C Jones, Jr., president and man.ii?er ;
rwr.lt fl f,.., Ia...av H.h.1 A-wI'i. llitarlnl.
loerh O. Carter, iressurer ami aetrirtary. Directors
linns Chts K. Ilidiupand 11 A 1'. Carter,
'LHCTION OP OFFICERS.
At Ihe Annual meeting of the KOIIAI.A SUGAR
COMI'ANs, held ttl.ii.irys, !. the niUotlng of
fkert were elciled for the ensuing veir
S C Al.l.f.N. President
Hun. J MOI'I SMIIII Vice-President
Hon. S. N. IAS! I.I
i. S. N. IAS I I.I. Ireawirer.
I It At lit U ION
(. M LOOkh
J. It. A I linUO.V, Kec'y K. S. Co.
Honolulu, I'eliruiry 13, iBSj. Ii8 im
CKANIC SIKMSHtl COM PAN V.
IneAi HritUh Steamer
S UK 'A
Will leaie for San rranclso
Thl Day (Snttinlny) nt 5 P. M,
WM. (1 IUUIN&CO,
pJOR SAN FKANC1M.0.
'Iiu ai American Cl!pier lern
.. v. 7' o ll .
t v IIalustidk ..Commander.
Ihti fine veel will toad rapidly and hue iutck dlv
iiatch lor the nNvc ott. tor ireuht or V).sisr (Jiav
n ftiieriorc.iInn nuoininodations) at'" It
li. 11. .HACrAKLANK .V 0.,
TJOR SAN FRANCISCO,
ri he Hue Ainerlc.au Sllumner
Mcculloch . . .. Mavier
Quick Dlspntoh for the) Abovo Port.
For freight or outage, apply lo
s. CO , Agents.
POR SAN FRANCISCO,
.. D. SPltMVKHLS,
Quick DUpntch for tho Aliovo Port.
For frelchl or itttsage, apj ly to
i,8 W. ti. IkvVIN&CO.Ageiiu.
pOR SAN FRANCISCO,
'Hie American Drigantine
wu L IIAVF
Quiok Dispatch for tho Aliovo Port.
For Freight or passage, aplly lo
,,3 V. (S. 1KWI.M& Co., Agents.
At.ENT IOK THK FOLLOWING COASTFKS:
WAII.EI.K, MAI OI.O,
- GKN.SIKOKL, KAI.UNA,
FLAO : Red with White Hall. OITice corner of
fjueen and Nuuanu Street.
DLANIF.R'S LINK FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
t. flfrKII'KIc . fOMlU.Vl, .len.
Mrrrhanibse received Storaee Free, and lllieral cash
advances liuide on shipments by this line.
STJ4AMKK TjUUSIjI K13,
Steamer LikehLe will leave Honolulu each Tuesda)
at 4 l'. M , touching nl Ijihaina, Maaliea ILiy, Maleiu,
Alatiukona, Kawailiae, l.aupaiiocnoe nnu lino.
Returiiimz will touch at all Ihc abuse iiorlt, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday A M,
A. W. NKWF.I.I.
On or About March lat Next.
For freight or tu.sage, apply lo
AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
ciiakixs hki:vi:r si
Will dispatch the llatk
HKNSON 4 . . Master
SaUl from Boston on or About June 1 5.
Orderi khould Le In lUnslon not later than lune lvt
to insure ahinment Kor further ittrticuUr. apply to
u UKi.ivr.K x LusirAni,
128 (Jueen ktrect, Honolulu.
OAT Jr., & Co.,
HONOLILU, II. I.,
Would lake this mclliod of liOurming lit. Inlalilantt of
Honolulu, and Ihc uhcr island lhat
lhy hav. oned a
Stationery and News Depot In tbe New
Hawaiian Gaxette Block, No. 25 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
JJrlilrV I took 1,
Ink anil Mmlliiui;
In quarts, (tints, lialfiiiits, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc. '
Orttrrt UtktH fur nnu irtoillral or ieu--fMasser
IAif.1 wrttf lie- ilr.irrfl.
ISooipt Attention will be given lo llie Mtiling-
bf l'4rt lo tubscriLclt ti any- t4 th. 4hcr
Island. 1 also, BgeMt fur tli.
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orderi fof kej Kulber Stamp rtcett.nl and uiiiLy
corttaiiiui tit trttsebi. .1 Su. mA ... arh
Part fctll cunlauuiig I, ot Us twalki- arsi lartr Iperiea
I sN.s ud 9l. .. Order, flub. .LsmJ must lis.
tnu luttag t, si.ja U4 j cX i.tuetmcly ui ml
Cin-Hu aouuirtujy .11 crdsTt-cui m la U a. ctu.
reney, lo. salt at 'lllOi. O. IHkUM'S Km! Uleel
QOWEN'S KKESII 0AK1KN SEEDS,
rUwr avail VstgeUhU,
lT SSCIIVSU AT
'i". O. TUKUM'S F0KT hTKERT STOKE
LAGS I fLAGS'll
lev testis! sUt, AMERICAN an4 HAWAIIAN.
Ik IsWmT O. THRUM'S fm strtttt !.
Thei flrtn of Pnlmer At Kllbonrn
it this day dissolved hy mutual eonwnt
Honolulu, Jan. 13, iU
J. A. I'AUirn,
vs. vv .
Ml nor n.
J A. I'AI.MFKnnJ KI.MrR II. TIIACIII'K
havethLiUyfafmnta r partnrrthip, under Ihe firm
name oT I'Al.MKR UIACIU'.K.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 18S3.
I. A. PALMS.,
K II. 'Imaciil.
THK ABOVE FIRM WILL OPEN
rOR RfSINRM AlHHfT
At No. lia Fort Street, uenr llotr-l,
H1T1I a rut-1. LlNk (ir
nml FANCY GOODS.
THRV WILL A HO MANUrACTUHK
So ill Water, GltiKitr AI, Etc.
TrarrMONF, No sj, t5 3'n
House and Lot For Sale.
I am instructed by J C. CLADF., F.SQ , to offer at
privale sale his handsome residence,
Vornrr nf tttntil ami IJMit Slrerl.
This proiierly N (n the healthiest patt of the city. Itt
faithliet for df-tinage are perfect, guaranteeing thereby
r.rifect freedom from malaria.
'Ihe pro-pecl commands a DI'.I.IGH Tl Ut. VIKW
of Ihe city nnd hartior, At well AS the coast line, from
near Diamond Head to the Waianae Mountains.
'llie main house it Urge and commodious, faithfully
huttt three sear. Ago, and la
F1NISHF.D IN IIANIlSOMK SITLK.
Willi every convenience. Hot and cold water are lild
on Ihe Italh rooms In both Monet, (mt, alto, It Hid
on, with over fifty light., through Ihe whole house,
mill elegant chandeliers in Ihe prtnc!al room..
Oil ihe main lloor st ill lw-found a large Parlor And
Dining-rooin billing rium, Hall, Mosiiilto room.
Children's Dining niom. Hath room. Two llednionit,
Closet, nnd a il'anlrl'I wo Moicruoms ami Kitihen,
attached to main budding, but under a separate roof.
On the second floor, unich it reached bya convenient
ttairway from the hall, are I v.o l-irge lleurooin., aoxlo;
rive good tired Itedroouit, Verandah room, Hath-
'I he main house U about 70 feet front and j3 feet
Hie Kitchen it comenicnily ainnged, with a fine
cooking range, with hot water attachment.
On llie jjround are two Cot la get. with verandah,
ami n well built Stable, with accommodation for three
hortc and carriiges, a well n three room for servant.
'1 here li, alo, a .mall building (or the fiit Machine.
'1 he lot ll 353 Teet on Judd street and about 350 feet
on l.ihha street, containing an area of four acre.
Parties desiring to visit the jtroerty ran do so uin
application lo Mr, Adam.
A poll tun of the purUuse money can remain upon
mortgage for on or two )r.iro. Apply to
i IL I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOLKMIK ANU HkTAII
and manur.cti.rer of Al.UA'I I'M WA'I VMS
Impoiter and Dealer in
Genuine Patent Modloino,
Fancy nnd Toilet Artlclei,
Sole Agcnlt for Ihe Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
llelfant Gltifer Ale,
5) Nuuanu Si, and Corner Fort ami Merchant St.
HONOLULU, ll: I, ioI
I'KOORAMMi: OP THK
To W held on
ThuiMlat, reb;82, 83
Commenting at I , , Sharf.
I -Coronation Purae, Prise Sloe
1 tirAJ Knee-. In all.
2" Kalakaua Purae,
're fa .
3KapioUni Purae, . Prise Sim
IT-Os.re.1 II lu Uarr, Vc .0 mlt. ,
4L.UuosUlani Purse, Prise fj
('tutor. mWui firm yadiUtt, V uV.
S-Divlas; CossvttvM, Prise fat
jVrvo f uU,
rariiM Utmmdtmt f rmtrr for Ms
SttMn, r reitwfs4 l Irmrm mks stassM mf
Uftr Bmmlt mmd Vmlmr wfr asst) f
Vttnmrt, wUk jr. W, Hmmtrimm.
MT Rule. u4 uhei ii.fUnti'n .iyn.ii,kg to A.,
Uiiu tsuy U DUalusI u .(ylnatU. to J, W. Kts
J. U. KAWA4IHH.
CAPT. A. I