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ir ii(Yrlilr lit Irnlrfindr pmtfnttcrttent
of the t iifondlloB lUtnt.
lti- MmIm HHy tf Mr, 5. 0. WIMrr,
M-. m l.iirly ham Iwn in uliniwl fomnuni
nr This (, the hA axVtVrf m Ih Iftfl
vsiVsm ftf inlaw! MjKMi ll for iraln.
Wr (jlvif litis xvxjtk am rtUtfmel of lit iwwr
imunl faithM. ffl (JotftlWf )tUn' In
nupiriil AtMm, iWlfeitit tn IkMtnn on tire
4tli nil , which vtAI prm nf lulu ml to fwir
Om nlllkm of lt vvrrV liUvlttijf Itvn ex
Ivmtstnl lfnt. mwn nf thr tl) nf Iwitr, Vie
vvsmc iirTillfl In Itsm ft nrcwul tslilrrmi Itn
ilHTr-tiitf fttvm tlr Rtst liywfrvv mlliiitttint
rlwuigrs In Ih first Intm.
The V M, S s, f Nt )Wt nulvYtl
ihi. WcslnrxtU) fiiviii Son I'lmirltoi, luting
Iwn tlclvjTtl (hi account of the null. She
lmni;lil inll enrftiv nl n niiniWr f )x
srlV(;cis, for llil tl with tlaxlM In ihe I lh
While thtnMni; limllici olitor A, I). Hill nf
Ihc A Merlnint fnt hl irrognltinn "f
romtcslcs fnim the fraletiutv ltilii; tiW ireful
xixlt to the islands, vvcvvtmlit nltav iclviimvlrslgc
Ihc fait llixt vvhtttns he fought hly for Ilrt
vvaiixn Inl nests julnr to hi visit, he i ilolnR
ilouWy elTcctUp ml now.
A conceit wtu kInch li) the memlicr of the
N l M. Invtltutcon Month) cxeniiif! hlt
KnumiVnplli church, which win well nltemlctl
nml vn.el off quite sitlfjctnril), Ihe nj;rimc
emliracinj; llnglKh, lliwnlnn nml l'oniw
Minp, The ircceil wrrc tlcoletl lownnl
repair of .their whiwl preiniKS.
The JJml intinl, the annkerwry of WnOi
inglon's 1iuthtl.i) w-nj cnmincinorilcil 1) Ihe
hrp;et ami mint irietl iliiph) of ttuntliif; cxer
witncwetl In Honolulu on n like occsuion.
The wnr cl in port cre pnll) ileeonletl
with lli from stem to Mcrni anil n Pilule wn
f.rr.l nl u, noon from Ihc wtitcr front, Hitter),
ami from Ihc U. S. S. tot kaw anna.
The picture tikcn hy J. WUibm .V Co., of
veeno upon the lVihcc gioumls, n tnactetl on
Cornmllon ilay, arc clear anil tlclmitc icpic
tcntalionsj Iml necciily, Ihe ino ing hcatls
of the aMcmhl) present nic slightly lilurrctl.
The huikhngs anil other stationary ohjects nrc
ntiininhl) tlelailetl. The photoj;rapln of the
Statue of Kamchamclu nrc cpeciall) well
The follow Ing i the rcpotl of ihc American
Hehcf Society nt its annual mcctinp on the 221I
instant, held at the hall of Mechanic 1'nginc
Conijun) Ko. 2. DurinK the )ear relief has
lcen extcmlcd to 17 persons: three hac died
and liccn buried, fi lutte liccn sent to thefr
friends in other lands, 7 hae lx-cn dischargcil,
1 still in hospital. 'Die amount extended for
relief, Initial and passage, is $892.95 ; for ex
penses, $7.50; cash in Treasurer's hinds,
Ktom personal obscrx-ation wc are not ptc-
jxared to speak ol what took, place at the palace
on "Hookupu Da)," Initiate liccn informul
li) persons xvhom we lcliexc to lc reliable,
that some four or fixe adults and four or fixe
times as many more, children, wctc seen enter
lug the gates of the palace bctxt ecn the hours of
oand II o'clock A. M. Thiswctakc tolwan
indication of a sparse attendance. In the
afternoon the gathering had increased to some
In the show xnndow of Mr. T. G. Thrum's
store on Fort street, may be seen a fine paint
ing of Ihc Coronation pageant executed hy Mr.
Furncaux, the artist. The King is represented
in the act of placing the crown upon his own
head, while around him, arc standing the vari
ous attendants and actors in the cercmon),
decked In their brilliant costumes ami lcaring
their appropriate insignia of office. The pax il
lion is accurate!) represented in the foreground
xxilh its trappings and adornments, while a
good perspective of Ihc TaUceand the assem
blage is also accurately depicted, the xx hole
forming a correct and hfc-Ukc reprcscntationof
affair as actuall) observed.
A serious assault was made at the barracks
yesterday morning b) one soldier Ukhi an
other, in which a bludgeon was used with al
most fatal cflcct. It appears that after the
Ixxat race was over, on the afternoon of Thurs
tla), one of the soldiers, while under the in
fluence of liuuor, visited the house of Major
Kinnnaka, who it also captain of the guard,
and insulted his xvife. bhoitly after leaving
the house the soldier met w ith his captain and
fired at him with a revolt cr. The man was ar
rested and put in the guard rooiuof the liarracks.
The guard was changed al the morning watch,
and the new watch, ignorant of the offence of
his iiusonir, permitted him a lemporar) rclnf
in the barracks jaril. The prisoner immedi
ately sought the hrst sentinel, ami finding him
asleep in his room, proceeded to revenge him
self in the manner mentioned ; but was soon
intcuutcd in his deadly attempt, and immedi
ately given into the custody of the police. The
cause of his special animosity towards his xic
tini wc have not )cl heard.
The following letter tn Hawaiian and of
which, below is a translation, lias Ufii posted
for public inspection outside of the office of the
AV Aitnui" Vat Aina for a w cik or more
lletwccn the hours of 9 and to o'clock A. si.
ofhunda), the I Ith Instant, muskets xtcrc filed
from the Untisli man-of-war towards Kohola
loa (quarantine ground) and the house forms rly
used for chinamen w ere struck. Two women
and a foreigner narrowly escaped King struck.
Several shots were fired but onlv at tliat one
house. Whii, kind of work isthis? Is it not
on attempt tea attack, ami kill ciliaps? And
h) 11c these I (lings allowed to U-done in a
Afterwards the wind blew very strong!)
against this home, and it fell, and remains
now prone upon Its own site.
(signed) A. V. KAAUKUU.
Koholalua, Honolulu, Feb. 6, ibij.
Wc have no comments; but the matter rrr
tainly calls for an Investigation. Ut.
The reeu!r monlbly "Social" of the Iwulie
Itcnevolcnt Society was held In ihe esti) o
the Fort Street Chuich on the evening of the!
22nd. instant, Timrsday last, ftotuithstaivd
lug the loclcmic) of ihe wuathcr, and the
sloppy conuition ul tbe roatls, there was a
crowded attendance. As appropriate to the
tiolidar on which the uiccting uccurcd, patrotic
wigt and recitations were vudc ait of the
TOtciUlnmcnt. Tlie reading and singing were
well prrlorruoi uy an tames wno loos, pan, ana
the national enthusiasm w Itkh seemcil to ivr
vadc the lajue audience tvescut. was in marked
aivd pUaxing cuntrikt, with llic apparent lack
of apiKvviatKia which las Ulclr slurictUi-d
cctUut attti)ts lo celebrate Hawaiian Na
tions! events in lids town. May this spirit
gtow to our mUstl Mr. Cruun's addresi was
so spi.licablc to Ihe lime tlut we are per
sssilteJ to ptoduce it caUtc.
r Itu I hi huh o I i
Our llinnli rr ttnr ( ol I Vlhn. tin
s. I Mefftwnl l.vrnmjr nml Ptirwr I'luil for
ms- fmtm iwrlwl
ITirli will h Hn nwwlr tmlur (Hlnfil)) l
lnm rMir, m th I tan. I will tw mgnRnl
HI th Ijmi HI Ihr llaee.
IV fminilmton f Mr Hprnrlt! m lnfeW
wairhoiiw on lhr 1 Urvlnilih, nffn lll
I mlom I Imne, K now fftg hfcl.
Il ntRhi Iriirr w-m rwtnt liy Mr, J,
U, Kuwnrtwrt hiTVitinfnt Wm of ltl ilhrmtattl
HMWnw nf lh Ifhj t'tnmell,
Ifl f nml ww will i wrlety nf mlliln
fmn h Hijp trim nlfcHM mMHIfin, i aim
A hntflilltt trilwtr to nut latc MtHiMer rrtdlenl
'llw Imlhtrn (mini f tlw f Itmt uffic
im rrtnrrml mpilo frntti th I'akce lte Iw
nlthli In nr tn letter nf ilaMml niililf
thrmfth t hr altornry of thr (wprf , C cell
IHi- n, I,) . . .
n hy tlw ' the (("?' Imwmht
" flill Innil nf Mtfr ,inil vnrlely nf n ewm,
wmtlt nml nther turitrrrn, rspitwl) fur the
tmm on SumttUj," V Imjw tlw it) will
Imre twtrt tlmi".
ltj' the mdwl nf (lie ttlwwrer AVfV Mfr
till, Meuliiy mntnlftR, trewi n iwHtnl
t lint the Into Awnif htiil gnH lioie mi Hun
ill), tlw tnth Iml , at Klm1lii, nml IiaiI W
eonie n totnl wiert,,
A rar iloii, Iwikini; l the herii of n nohle
inttlllT, U itUiingttMinl in hit rmlninre when
mtnimieil with trie nllniiwlnl wIhII who me
nrkintf for their Mileniiiirc nt the wrlnlleil
tcat of nil ulil rn) liomiil
Some of urn NVw ARenH recrlMil ItiU
wl n 'I) of fHftrt Chrittmiii, with
n itteh nf long ilil.i)ii '1iihi' tn miin hoiiH
linliH finm its lieautifiil Liirksinn nml eveel
lent tnile, Wc will notice the nne in our
At Toil Si. (.'hutch Sumliy moinlni; Mr.
Cumin will piencli iin "Ihe linl's Supper
nml Who Shnulit Come In ll." In Ihe exenini;
Ihe necon,'! itl on "Ihe Hume "will le
i;Imiii 'theme, "Ihc lluUinl nml Wife in
Wc ncknowletU'e the rrcntit of n U of
niplcs of the mtioui ncmlctl w"tler nnnti
fictureil hy Men I'lluur nml Tlnlchtri nml,
jiitt;lii;froin the wti) the content tllppenrctl
iimler the ininlpuhtlnni of the oflicc hinth,
the wntirn initil hue liccn npireclitcil.
Atoiiv Our Itlc Amichlc IMilor, Mr.
Cicti ", Slewnrt, salleil for hi intiNehoiuc
pcrncamcr Sun on Ihc 15th iml int. Uhii
hi ilcpniturc he rt.ccirtl the nlohn of lilt
luminous fricinh, iml in leuing, he In tiktii
with him the Rtxxlw ill nml utccm of nil who
knew him here.
Ijtc )estcnh) nftcrnoon the Ihiltitm of the
W Aina office w as scircd b) Marshal Parke;
by whose nuthoril), or for what cause, has not
)ct transpired, although It Is said to lw on nc
count oft puagraph uferimg to the officious
nevsofthe King's Chamlierhin. This is the
lirst oen attempt at the forcible niuuhng of
free speech that lus occurred In this town
What nest ? We wait lo sec.
There was not much enthusiasm over Ihe
lioat racing which took place on Thursda) last.
There vtas more of n crowd assembled to wit
mss the sight than naturally would have Ixtn
expected, the inclemency of the weathir being
taken into consideration. Ihc Kind was in
attendance under foster & Co.'s steamer shed
The King, Ministers Hush and Kipcm, vtcre
on hoard the kark ). C. Jfnrraj, to witness
the sport. The barge race wis won h) a
boat from the 11. II. M. S. Mutitu; Ihc )acht
race, h) the King's new yicht, (Ami, of
nlxiut nine tons measurement.
The coronation Kail took place on Tuesday
night last. Wc understand that some two
hundred guests were prestnt, and that the
dancing wis performed under the shelter nf a
large canvas tent. The dancers had not tip
J) cil themselves long, however, Iwfore they
wcr compelled b) the rain, which came
down in torrents, to adj'ourn to the reception
room of the pilacc, where the festivities were
continued till the early hours of morn. The
decorations xvhich had liccn arranged for the
occasion by the sailors of ihe United Stales
man of-war.iHvtirriwwMa arc said to have lcen
elegant and appropriate.
The illuminations intended to form part of
the coronation celebrations which were cxhib
itcd on the night of Saturday last could not have
diapointcd any one but such as had been
weak enough to have been gulled, b) the pith
of the Premier's Organ upon the popularity of
coronation nonsense. As svinUilicnl of the
feelings of the people, the almost utter inertia
of the populace as evinced upon this occasion,
must have proved a heavy blow to such, with
a remnant of common sense and observation, as
had looked with anticipation towards the much
talked of event. To sa) the least, it was
"flat" jicrhips the "flattest" demonstration
of the kind that has ever been gotten up in this
town. The lingers of one hand would pcrhaiK
have been sufficient un which to count the
illuminated residences of persons not in govern
ment service. As a part of the Government
senice, it xtas cxcctcd of the fire dcjiartmcnt
tint it should participate in the demonstration ;
and Its part, as far as performed at all, was
performed well. The top stor) anal surmount
ing flagpole of the bell tower was handsome!)
and tastily illuminated with suspended lanterns
various liua and colors, while the flag-post of
the Mechanic 1'nginc Co.'s House in its inin'e
diate vicinity, xvas huni? with a few lanterns
neither pretentious in color, nor particularly
noticeable on account of their number. The
xarious other flag-poles of the engine com
panies were neatly, although not gorgcousl),
adorned w ith double lines of colored lanterns.
Thejatl, the Government Huilding, Palace, and
Punchbowl Hill, were also lighted ; the latter
cstccially noticeable on account of the numer
ous miniature torches which were strung In a
broken line along is fiont ridge. The private
dwellings noticed by us as being illuminated
for Ihe occasion, were those of Messrs. K. 1'.
Hickcrton, Police Magistrate of Honolulu; J.
8. Smithies, clerk of the Government Ijnd
Office; W. M. Gibson, Premier' Clias. T.
Guhek, J. Simonson, A. S. lioltterj also the
Umpire and Pantheon Saloons, and the Astor
House on Hotel street. 'Hie Hawaiian Hotel
grounds were also lighted with torches.
Iff. (.RAMI DIS1LAV Of I'UK XVORkS,
Which hail been so long and atuiousl) looked
for by an inquisitive public, prov el to bo one
of the most meagre displa)cs ever witnessed In
this town. Most of these were Kt off In the
palace )anl, although an occasional rocket,
and blue apt! ltd lights, sent up from Punch
bow), and a few colored fircooiki sent up fioin
the goviiment )aid, gave smsniodic re
minder that these places wire intended to Ikj
counted in as a urt of the show. Four small
balootusent up from the juLacc )ard attracted
more attention than all Ihe rest of the display,
unless we except Ihe p) rot ethnic design of a
ship in motion, cihiMtcd Inside the janl, ami
opposite the gale on IJkclike street, Thcciowd
within the palace walls and about ihe strict in
its vicinity began to Ui(wrse about lialf Uit y
or 10 o'clock, laving evidently got all they
desired of tlut kind of a show. How long the
illuminations lasted, we do not presume lo say,
as our interest in the mailer was not sufficient
to Induce ui to stay up to sec.
t i uVc filncr d
lA lAtM' 7AiSV ,17 lllh
We meet lii relehtnle the Mithday of Wash
ngton. An American Irixrlllnsi with n dlslln
UnturVd Kuropmn up thr IIii.Ihi, polnird nut
Newtmrgti with Ihe irmmk, "llsit vvm rtnei
lh iMhiifmftrranf Whln)1fHi," nu! wim
nmwlMt stitrtM by thr ilktlnttulslml 1'iiinp
pin tssblnf, " ll'itrk Wnshlnglotir' I ipn
I do lint nfil to say tn this nudlnne thai
hnvvVfr man) ifwy havrrlminelhat iMtne there
Is to the world Iml m hlngiii.
Iiy grrnt msn, evx-ry iimii who Ih tint!
fair free, low, Aim I ins ilwiiiplmml n uimi
iMiise, Iwlnnm not the mvlinn tlml rlnnenl lo
give him birth, Imt In the wml.l, I ii((hiiil
rlalmt Mlltnn, nml I'tmnwell, nn.l IUini.loii,
and Hnik (mud men nud Inn, wIki lunlr.
Wn.lillTOtnii nml his wntk n inMslblllly hut
lli-) tailing tint lo KhrIiii.! but to the winld,
And m it It with Wnslilufitmi, "fiitt In wnr,
first In pstivrr, nn.l flitt In lh lieatts nflilt
eniinttpneii" 1 th wnild has tntlirliint I1I111 to
its limit, nml he Mmiflt, "", toAmrilennlonr,
but In ihe whtI.I, And in Ihnt long 1111n111.1l
ttluflglr, Wiitlilnni'in nml his niminliiols
fimght not f.u Aiiieib n alone hut for nil mm
kind, nml no land nt wiple, except Amnion,
were n hiiiffilleil n Hngl mil hy his siicrcs.
One of ihc hopeful sign of the limes It the
rertnillim of this liulh, thai the lutiietts of
the entire Intuitu rice me Unind together, nml
tint eveiy grind 111111 who stmilt, nt illd
Wnshlngton, fur right nml for freedom, lights
for, nml wins vli'lnrin for, the entire riue.
And the nations me mining' fn iixognlic this
Hiith. We have nn llliivlritloii of this in the
uiitktil nnd lnpp) ihnige In the lehtloits,
nnd the feeling between Ihigliml am! Aimilm.
Ihirl) )enrsngn Ameilcn was still In lur nge
of "brig and bluster." Ilcr lipid grnwlii,
her inllllar) nml initerlalsticresses, turned her
head, nml she strutted nmong the nations like
nn ovtrgrown school liny xs it ll ix chip on his
shoulder, .among his fellows. Many of )ou
Ameilcnns who listen to me can remeiulier
lint thirty jour ago on every sueh occasion ns
this, nml cscchlly nl Fourth of July celebra
tions, the orntor wns nlwiys cxiectcd lo tramp
up nml down the ptitlorin rehearsing the won
ilx.tfiil prodigies, of American vailor, nnd lull
the. Ilritish lion till he howlol nglin, while wc
who were then the "Irrepressible small-lioy,"
hung upon the outskiits of Ihe open-moulhcd
ctnwd, our ftces btgrhned nnd our lingers
scotched with lite crackers, and thought tint
we were ench equal to n half-dorcn full grown
l'liglislitnen I Then cauie i&tii nnd our Civil
War, nnd its simp bijiinets pricked ihc wind)
Kalloon of our false: national pride, nnd taught
us n much needed lesson of humility. Wehiic
learned to good-naturedly accept criticism nnd
profit by it.
And Fngland too has changed. Thirty )cars
ngo, she wis still in her ngc of sharp, biting
unfriendly criticism of America, Our fault
nnd we had plent) of them, wire thrown at our
heads with sneers and ridicule. Charles Dick
ens in his Amtritan Kotsi, voiced Ihe national
feeling, Hut now this spirit has passed aw a)
buried in the same grave with our American
"brag nnd bluster." It is safe to say tint there
is not nn intelligent Englishman today who
would write in such a spirit, such a book ns
Dickens Aimncan A'o, about the country
of Washington, or, if he did could find a pub
lisher and readers for it. On Ihe other hand,
thoughtful Englishman rej'oicc in the success of
Washington; they say, "Itisln.ttcr that wc
were defeated in that struggle, for Washing
ton's cause was ours I" Her Gladstone tclli
England that "America is soon to Ik: the
wealthiest," as she is now one of the greitesl
nations of the world. English travellers vie
with each other in sa)ing kindly things of
America, and finding (mints of likeness instead
of difference between the two countries.
I tic vvorlil lias turned around a good many
times since 1770, and England and America
have turned with it, and with each revolution
they have come nearer together, until now the)
arc heart to hcirt, side b) side. The princi
ples for which Washington fought are now the
birthright of every Englishman. And there
is not an Englishman worthy of the
name, who will not fight for them, whirever
his home ma) be. World-wide, n)e, herein
Hawaii, if need be, he will defend hU birth
tight. Whatever she ma) have been one hun
dred )ears ago, the England of lo day stands
side by side with America for human rights, for
law, for liberty I
' Itwrc's n flair ihxl avs o'er every usa.
No maitler vi hen or taticre;
And la treat Itrtt flig as aught tut the free
Is more than the ttroiiKcit dare,
tor ihe lion ints that treaillhc deck
Have enrncu trie patni ol the (rate;
And (hat Hi; tttay sink with a shot torn vt reek,
tlut never lloat over a sUve.
Its honor is ttainlcts, deny it tthocan.
Ami this it the tlag of an Lnli1imon.
"There's a heart tliat leaps Willi a burning glow
Hie wronged and Ihe weak to defend;
And ttnt.es a soon for a trampled foe
At It .toes foe a tout bound friend.
It nurtures A drew and honest love.
Hie passions ci faith and pride,
And earnt with the fondness of a dove
t or the liaht of Its own fireside.
T It a rich, rouilh cent, deny ll who can.
oui;h sent, deny 11 who cs
ic heart of an f- nclithnttu.
And this Is the
We fought England a hundred ) ears ago, as
wc ought, because her Kingttrietl to play the
t)tant. We love England of to day because
she stands with America, xvotld-wide, in op
position to all t)ranny, and for the principles
of human rights and liberty for which Wash
It lias taken us a good many )cars to learn
thai wcarc of one blood, and that "blood is
thicker than water." Hut wc have at last
learned the lesson on both sides of the Atlan
tic. ' Though aget long have patt,
Since our lathers left their home, ,
Tlictr pilot la the blatt,
O cr untravetted teat 10 10am,
Vet hveslhe blood of r.ngland in our veins
And thall we not proclaim
Tliat blood of honett fame
V hivb no tyraruiy can taaie
lly us chains.
" XX hile the Uncuae free orul bold
tilth the hard is Avon tuntf,
la which our Milton told
How the tone; of r rcedom rung;
V htle the nunnertf while ihe aits,
fhat mould a rial ion t tout,
Still cnn around our hearts,
between old Ocean roll.
Our Joint communion breaking with the Sunt
X cl toll from either !aih,
The voice of blood that! reach,
More audible than ieech,
We are One!"
America learned that lesson during those awful
days in I Sit, when her fifty millions, of people
watched by the I nil side of James Abrain Gar.
field, the worthy successor of Washington; but
they watched not alone, for England's millions
watched w ith them, and each day of that nex era
to-be forgotten hummer the heart of that great
nation trirobWl in s)inpathct!c, loving re
sponse with America, at the cable brought the
news from that bedside; and when at last tho
tragedy was ended Ihe Queen (God bless her I)
voiced the Mother's love to the stricken
Daughter, in that memorable telegram of con
dolence, evet) word of which was bedewed
with a ro)al tear ; and Auicuca was comforted
when she felt the strong arms of the Old Mother
Country mound her. Ami England learned
that lesson, also a few months ago at Alexan.
drta, as riot and rapine, with red hands', and
inevndunext torch, ruled through the streets
murdering, pillaging, burning, when tliat little
handful of American marines marched ihrouEh
the slicrts to take their liLices In-side their
l.ngittli nrol licit, to tin 11 luck trie tide 01
uricmai anarcuy, ami otauiwi taw, oilier,
Ami thall w e not learn the same lesson here
In Hawaii? We are of one blood. Our Inter
ests are common. 11 us fotuet "our petty
differences, Hy leaving Old England, or New
England, we 1II1I not leave pur until ngnl
that fur which Washington fought freedom
ami human rights. Wc ore not American or
Englishman, but $mon all
" Men who I tab Juliet know,
AuJ lu'ay ihtu tiU( axuJ, kujui, tLus luiliiula.1'
in iv 4 it locus,
llllii nml Honolulu ran nnw ihake hand
llll'i jwnpte do not have In jump over lipid
stream nf wntrr,Imt have a little more mud to
nil hlr lionti nn.l hnrt. Hnln I very plentl
nil In both place, unthiclltt, rivrrfoAtt and
nihil! shave nrn In grent demand. All ftre
vaulting n wllrnlly ns il!ile fni Ihe mud In
dry up I'.iioritjen by the strmme! I iUliU,
I'ebiiMiy 1 f tit, who rtjiettnl to lie limled nl
Kawillhie, nn Hawaii, wrrcillwpK)liilnl,mllic
weather wit si bnltleimi they rnnl.l not lie
hinted, nml wero bmuglil In llllo, There
were twenty five In mimlirr 'I he ttetimrr ex
pe-tl in lind llieui nn lur rrlurn The
(llenticii nf llllo ntilklitile having n fmetinit
for the peoplrt nn S-ilunhv evrnliig, Feluiiaty
171I1, nl t'niiil luime Hull, Ice ctwm nnd
other good thing will be pun I. led to tempt
the people In Kiliinlrr them, T he piiKio.lt
are to lie uses! for n worlh) KirKw
Fiutori SttiRiiv Ptr?s Ilnvcnwn)s
Iwlleveal that the lion. Godfrey Uhode hat
lieu Infiire Iml the wclfire nml prosperity of
these lvliii.lt nl hentl, but within the wcrU las(
Ml have hid lint belief somcwhit iiKHllfical,
In that n man of hi supposed Inlegtily would
nwochte, or nllow hlsnnma liilie coupled with
such iwrton n weie garetted In the oigin of
the hid Mormon Prophet, now known n the
"I'ltmiti," In Ihc manigeinenl of the Hoard
nf Education, espeilally when the nniiniimc
mint her tiding the new niiliiltm was false,
and I eainmil timhrslnml why ho still relnlii
Ihc lonmiltsloii suit htm nflir (lie first lnnl.l
log of I1I1 npimlnlincnt and his confrere I'
ttirttttJ, h) M)lni'lhat Ihc cnmnilslnnofhe
uiemhtrs, vvhoui the preunt Itn ml succeed,
had Ken cancelled, thus mlmllling tint the
futt stntemenl was falv, ll may lie that ihe
new President In held out to the honornhle
(.tutleiinn, Ihc nlfuilng bill of I'ntt Indian
Immigration which he In his lilimlucss has
engerl) stled If rrn, Ictu morcrtailll) nceount
for the prompt filling Into line, ll may he.
that In this he sec ihc ndvnuccment of his pet
measure! but I lhlnk,'nt his nge, he will not
live long enough In be of any matcrhl use in
designating or advancing the manner iu.whleli
the children of Ihosc from Ihc fir 1 list shall or
ought to lie tilucatcd, ...
av nk rx.ixcn
Mr. Eiii tor t '1 he community was shocked
nnd pained Inexpressibly on last Wtdnesday
morning by the extraordinary nniiouncemcnt or
notice appearing in Ihe Gautlt, lint the pro
pcit) nf "is HutlUnt) " the Minister of Fi
nance was to be sold nt auction and the pro
ceeds devoted lo pi)!ng oirthc motlgiges on
h ttftutivt eifats. What is the meaning of
this cold blooded proceeding ? Is our Minister
of Finance to be turned out of his house nnd
home ? Perhaps the parly who holds the inort
gage wishes to drive " lis ixnlltncy" Ihc
Minister of Finance, bag and baggage into
Aluolani Ilile, thereto reside permanent!),
turning the Trtasury oflicc into a reception
room, nnd the vault into n receptacle for the
custod) of fish nml poi, instead of gold and
silver. I carncstl) hope and pray lint the ra
pacious holder of the uioitgage, will consider
the public in this matter, and not inflict such a
calamity nn this community ; if he persists In
his hard hearted measures, it might xissilily
happen that wc shall never lie blessed with
another "Minister of I imnce," and then the
public would hive nothing to look forward (o
to vary the monotony of the times, forifwc
are to hive no more jKihtlcal excitement, what
will become of Ihc community? the news
papers? and all oilier milters appertaining
Hcforc closing, once more I would ask Mr.
Mortgagee, not to inflict such a penalty on us.
Yours, itc., Cl ACK.
The hcaxx rains on the- 1 ith instant, with
koni wind, put nn end to field work and raised
Unite n freshet in some of the rivines. Iist
bundiy was also rainy, preventing service in
the diuretics, nml conscnuenliy tlie ticv, .Mr.
luker, who was here from II1I0, did not
preich, but, owing to Ihe news teceived from
lu wile per steamer, lie started lor home .vlon
We Inve Had, and arc still liaxing, plenty ol
niir; nuked, the cane planted last summer has
not iml a single check, the wind yesterdax
and to day is vcrx stronc from the south.
I lie xv hole district now presents a most
pleasing ipiieirancc; all nature is clothed in a
girb of xcrdint be-auty, the jonngcanc looking
liner thin in any )car since 187S. So we all
look for an old time crop for IoS.).
The telephonic line is making rapid progress
toward N'uilii, and alteady connects several
mills and resiliences with Ihc terminus at
M.thukona. We consider tint Mr. Wilder is
luol reasonable, in tlut he constructs the line,
simply charging about $40 per annum for the
use of the instruments.
It seems lint several of ihe phntcrs here are
contracting with nulls other than those which
they heretofore hive tiken their enne to, and
for the simple reasons that they are offered bel
ter terms, and hive the cane takcii off at a
projicr time. The parties alluded to will send
their cane by rail.
xestertliy, the glorious 12th, the anniver
sary of General Honolulu "Hack S. field"
Historic Association (), dawned upon us in all
its idorv of sunshine and summer warmth; n
quiet, peaceful dav not holiday a day for
work, una) 01 labor to earn our pro rata ot
tax to pa) lor the coronation which, etoulitliss,
was consummated in vour city xesterday with
all pomp and splendor. Now, the mention of
this leads nic to remember something which
arrested my attention while riding through the
district this morning. At a lHiint on the main
roatl, ust above the Union Aim ami nearly op
posite one of our leading stores, Is a field of
cane, voout ten paces in irom tue roau nan
liccn erected a heavy timber, in liiuht equal to
one of our Kohala telephone polis, and lashed
tiriniy to the pole was a verycomtortame cane
scat chair, on which sat, in the most dignified
composure nml apparent austerity, what I first
thought td be a man, so life-like was Ihe whole
affair. It proved, however, to be nothing
more than an image or figure: but dressed in
no garb of Ihc common, vulgar herd. The
whole attire, from the military boots and sours
to the cortl'iiusly-decorated breast, left no-
doubt a to probable idintit). . .
L-..1.-1- t'..l . .UC.
nuiiui ., 1 truiuaiy ij, iooj.
.A TB 10REGN NEWS.
From the iapers at hand by ihe City cflffiu
York the'news, white not of serious import, in
character, has much of material Interest,
Washington advices giye no evidence of any
action in ngard to our treaty, the attention of
Congress being wholly taken up by the Tariff
question. I or this issue wc glean Ihc following
principal points of Interest,
The Tariff bill was taken 1111 and Morrill's
amendment, reducing from ,05 to ,04 of a cent
n.r pouini, tue uiiouiouai timy on sugars aoovc
13 Dutch standard for every deg(cc or fraction
of a degree to 75 degrees as shown by polarlzaa
lion, was considered. Kellogg said ihe pro.
posed amendment was unjust to sugar pro
tlucers. although in the Interest of the refiners.
llavant moved to amend by niakinn the duty
.---v- . .- - :--- -. i
statui as now on alt sugais not auovc Jo. 13
Dutch stamlari! and not aiwve 7 s el egress iwlail-
scope and .ac, of a cent per pound for every des
gree or fraction of a degree lo 75. Agreed
to 45 to 15. Hayard 1110 veil to amend, mak.
Ing the duty on all sugais not over 13 Dutch
standard or over 75 degrees by olarIscojie itf
cent per pound for every degree or fraction
ftlaovc 75. Agreed (0-451015. Heck moved
to make Ihe duty on sugar 13 to lo Dutch Stan'
ilaitl, 2.40 cents r uund. Agreed to, , , , . , .
iiqiicse-inamc iktinont, 01 rtcw torn, lias in
formed the Secretary of the Treasury that his
re-poit respecting frauds In the Importation of
Hawaiian sugar was luted on statements bsfoie
the Home Cummiitce on Foreign A train, and
tliat unless the statements were alwolutcly false
they are rpiile sullicicnt to warsant investiga
tion of the subject...,.., General Grant, Mr
Tiocolt and hccietary Fiellnghuyven amieaied
U-fore the .Senate Foreign Coi.iuutttc, J-eU 13
advocating and oplalutng the Meslcau Treaty
Gram's iciuarks wire aiuiiUi to lib tccmtly-
The mlirrs n.tri.lmra
Ihe rommittee will K.xin d. trrntine
llie t li trader nf their reHiii, and will prolnhly
imimnicml Ihe rntlfimtlon of tin trrnly
Ihe Srssloil nf the t nblnel wi iltv.ilnl In
ronttderlng the Meiimn Irenty All Ihe
meinlif r were present . Dining January the
ituhllc tlebl was reihireil l l,fiJO,Ml 87 ,
Kcinlor Millet I confident Ihat the Nkarsgua
( nml bill will pa. Prince Jemmti ha
been sent liefora the ( nun nn nu Inillctmenl
for nn attempt tn nvrtlhrow Ihe etlsllng
eulmo Tlie Senate have flea ted A com
liiltln nil Ihc rspultlon hill, The Itlght op
imsed the whole hill, I he only luemlit r fam
mhle In the bill IsTrslru It opKinnl te
liiescnt licxole. . . Public tinnttlnen I In
iit-.iilng, An Impression prrvAlltjlhttthenimy
itoeii not like ine eipiiition mil, nnd an Inllmi
linn In thU effect Ins Iwrn enl lo Prail
lent Grevy. Jules I rrry rciominciitlcd
I'iroMcnt tlrrvy In j(nl Ihc Orlenn Pilner
by decree, Grevy hraltnte lo bike such a
course, but It will probably be nilopteat If llie
Ministry ngrrct, .Sweeping change hi the
Mlnlstr), making vliltnlly a new ( nbliiet
nre especltil lobe gitrrlleil Sunday night. II
I tven kald lint Gcneirt! I lulmudln, Ihe Mln
later of Wnr, will he Ihe only member nf the
pit-sent Minittry rem lining l.e tirnnd, fur
Minister of .Marine, Is mentioned for the Mln
Ittrv of Foicli'ii Afliiit Ihe fecllrur ofiin
eiiilne continues, limine I tlagniul, nn.f
the public I )iinliig lor n lining giiviiincnl.
.. Iird Itiilltilii, who Itlinw In I g)iilrtptc
Milting Ihe Hiitltli (loveililntnl, In drafted -1
ditpalch inforclng Ihe neteilynf protiittng
lhe Govininent of IVvnl ntmlnsl ixkinil lull!
gut and Intirui! weakness, until It nhlo lo
slimlnloiic. He con.lemui nllke n piemalurc
nlsimlonmcnt of ioiiullilllty (imlnnueknllon.
,.. .Nn ngrremcul In been niritednt bttwcrii
Aititrli nnd Uniimiiihon Ihe Dinuhian Miitt
Ion T he .Simnltli ( ouiicil of Ministers In
ileiidcd, on Ihe pioiiotltlon of the Minister nf
Colonic, lo Ileal n free liltn Ihc foil) lliou
Kami thves who were not liberated by their
owner In Cuba In 1870. . , . 1'iliice llinuaik is
ngnln Imllsiiosed, nml will prolnhly he confined
to his bed for scvcinl d.i). , ..Ihe (rar Is
endeavoring In bring nhout the former friendly
lentiou ncivveeti uussia mm tieiminy
Tho Prince of Wide li.is ntiHt-d ut I iinntn.
where Gladttonc Is slaying. ,.,, Gladstone Ins
ret cive.il n letter Ihrealinlng him with di.ith if
he returns to Imdon, ,,,, All the nieiiditrs nf
the Cnhluet hiv resigned, in coiixiipieuiu of
the nciiou 01 tnc nenaiu on the eipuitton lull.
President Grevy In icipicsted llitm to ictlln
llielr iiovitions lor the iirescnt,,,, A liter ills
intcliM) )u Fre)cinet ha luen nskul lo
inriii it iiuiiisiiy, out ue iicsunics, , ..jvcom
nromlse Is hoind lor on Ihc nuestion of t lie
cxpublon of Ihc Orleans princes, on the lusts
of Senator Ihibev's nronosal. rindtrini' ihc
nnces iniiie lo expultlnu liy tlictlccieeol the
resilient 01 tnc republic.
Hichird Wngner, the eminent composer, dkd
in Venice on the 13th, iml The Czar
now wntki the slteets of ht. Petersburg with
out nn annul escort. He Ins issued a hnni
fcxto. fixlni! May 28th as the ditc of his
coronition.,,.,,1 urllier marine 1hs.1stcrs.1rc
reported front tlie other side of the Athntic,
in which many litis were lost A large
(ire occurred nt New York oh the 1st Inst, nt
the liunan dock. Most of the' buildings on
the pier nnd their content nrc consumed.
The los is roughly estimated nt $1,000,000,
'1 he flames on the slenner Eg) pi, of the Na
tinn il I.lnc, were extinguished before she had
been greatly dunigid, Of the I irge covered
sheds on the pier nothing remain save n frag
incut of Ihc frame-work at the entrance, and
tint threatens to fill at any moment. The
pier itself, with all upon it, is burned (town
The revolutionist hive captured Esmcraldi,
the lending port of Ecuador, after forty eight
hour of obstinate fighting Cetcw.i)o lias
liccn reinstated King of Xululind. About
five thousand Zulus were present nt the cerc
mon). Many chiefs expressed great dissatis
faction at the conditions on which he was
restored JnmesCnrc), 1 member of the
corporation ; Joseph llrady, a stonecutter j
Edward O'llnen, n shoemaker ; Edward Mc
Calfery, a xin driver ; l'eter Carey, a mason ;
Lawrence llanlon, a carpenter ; l'eter Do) Ic,
a coach builder, and Timothy Kelly, a coach
builder, eight men recently arrested In Dublin,
were charged at Ihe investigation Feb 3rd.,
with murdering 1mu Cavendish and Huike in
riiiL-dix Park The MacMillans will issue
an Illustrated magazine on the first of October,
in opiiosltlon lo larciJ4 Monthly and the
Ctnliiry, which hive giined a sufficient foot
hold in London to excite the apprehension and
jealousy of paper publishers. W.John Mori)
will lie editor, nnd intends to show that Eng
lish dri wings ard engravings arc not inferior
to American. To add to its hostile character,
the new magazine will be sold at sixpence.
The circulation of arfer's Magazine in
England is hrgcj than that of an) English
OW KA.AKAUA 1'l.A YS THE MON
ARC 11' 'I A VENGEANCE.
A tcnllemin who has recently returned
from the .Sandwich Islands states that intense
dissatisfaction exists there, by reason of the
reckless and extravagant m.inigemcnt of public
iiuann. jiiiu ixartKuut s jieau nas oeen com
pletely liirucd i the moderate honors that
were paid him during his European tour, and
his immediate advisers encourage his hallucina
tion. He has gone daft. He sneers at the
free government of the United States, and ex
presses contempt lor nil) out royi( anil imperial
novernnients. His ixmuxnis cuotisin u perfect
ly amusing, lie pampers bis little "army of
a lew hundred men, which a dozen Arizona
cow boys could chase all oxer the lull of III-
wail, and talks big aliout foitif)ing his ishmU
and bidding defiance to the world. All this
would be harmless enough if it ilul not cost so
much nionej. He is running his petty Govern
ment head over heels in toticbt, and ns the na
tives pivr literati)' no tascs, the burden of
course falls on foreigners and Caucashn subjects'.
This point seems to have been well considered.
His Majesty seems to think "the more debts
the merrier," and all goes like a funeral lull.
The appropriations al the last I-gislativc As
sembly, considering the countr)'s resources,
were simply enormous. Money was xotid for
ever)thing and cvcrjliotly, and when no monc)
could 1 provided out of regular revenues
large national loans met the deficiency. Ills
Majest)'s private purse was increased from
$45,000 lo 50,000 per annum, or $1 per head
lor every man, woman ami child In the country.
At the same rate the President of the United
State would enjoy a xearly salary of $52,000,.
000. The salary- of Hir Majesty the Queen
was increased from $10,000 to $10,900. Tor
merly (he King had to support the Queen out
of his own depleted pockcl-dook. The allow,
ancc of the heir apparent w as aUo Increased lo
$16,000, and the salary of Her Ko)al High
ness Princcscss Likclikc was increased from
$8,000 lo 12,000. The Lord Chamlwrlain's
salary was change from $5,000 to 7,000, and
appropriation for l'oreign Ministers was raised
to $25,000. The King was also allowed $15,1
000 with which to meet a little bill he liaij
omitted lo pay over In Europe. While he was
in Austria lie nan wen much pleased with
some cannons he saw thire, and ordered them
forwarded to Honolulu, supposing that ihey
had 1m.ch presented lo him, since he had re
ceive! 1 a letter concerning them from the Em.
peror 01 Austria, 11 transpired, now ever, tliat
the plebeian manufacturer could not make guns
for fun and civ c them away to tuiiililr monatchs.
and hence had transmitted a bill. Thit placet)
His Majesty in an unpleasant predicament,
and the bill was accordingly paid. His Majesty
is getting to be fund of guns and warriors, and
was allowed $40,000 for a Ho)al Guard, $J3,t
00a for flags, salutes nnd bands, $20,000 fur
arms ami accoutcnnints, $5,000 for a dnl
shetl and $10,000 to give away lo volunteer
coinunies. Also, an "armed force contingent
fund" of $60,000, to be expended b) the King,
was also allowed, as well as $175,000 for n
police force and $12,000 for "assistant guards,"
Three Sheriff get $15,000. All this makes
taxa)cri swear, and think how much moru
economically a second class American county
is run. me Kings .Minuter comes in lor a
salary of $12,000, and there are eight or tin
Governors on the Islands to nay. The Post-
uiAtiei-xiciti'iai LTe-ts a,ueAj lur tioiog wiui a
good mule and a border ruffian could easily ac
complish on $l,ooa per annum. The Minister
of I ounce was allowed $ 1 3,000 1 the Auditors
General, $ 1 0,000 j the Attorney-General, $13,.,
000; the Inspector General, $S,ooo, and a
host of minor ofliculs with sahiie ranging
from $J,orx to $3,ooo. The Minister of l'oreign
Affairs gets $12,000, and Is allowed $9,000 for
a Secretary ami ofhee expenses. The Princess
Kaiulani comci In for Jit.ooo and In addition
... ff 1 .. ..".,., ..!..
lu the King's salary of $50,000, $16,000 to his
Queen ami $15, for his cautions, he was allowed
$20,000 for Ills household expenses j $7,000
for his chamberlain ami secretary, and $2),
500 for his "tour around (lie wild." Then
the Chief Justice and Chancellor came in for
$12,0001 two Associate justices for $10,000
each 1 the Clerk; of Ihe Supreme Court $6,'ono,
and aliout twenty Judges got all the way from
$l,JOO to $4,000. One item for Ihc " pur
chaise of decorations'' was $4,000, The, poor,
btiilghlod lUwallini believe that when Hit
"ml lime High Mighlnes sit down upon thai
hundred thousand dolhr throne, nnd eels tin
ilcr that two hundred thousand dollar rrnwil,
nml lake long breath In that live hundred
thousand dollar pnhcr. the whole world will
shake, nml Ihnt tidal warm will ihnce nil over
Ihe Paclff uetsin At Ihe lowest nthinle,
Ihe cpinteif the Guvtrnmctitni double Ihe
revruuei, nnd a lonn of $ l,atw,t) hd In lie
llneted by Ihe htt Legislature In order In meet
Ihe enoimou enre. This money dot not
mine nut of King Knhlui' subjects, Ixil nut
of Ihe Imtlnrw men nf lounhilii, mid hence Ihe
wall, though low, nrc deep and grlevtrut, ,
I liyanlliur, of Jnn 8
tjtiliea an I flenlUma.1 lill.it tn trunataao will
fin. v'lyit'almbl' I .irnialml Ko.mn I n Ittill n. Kn
fie at Nn 1 1; M.miK rtnrjf Mt , t .n-f Ituali Mrs
I lloatev, f tmwftvtni rth.tul.1
A Snrretafii! Ilottaail A fltieeastafMl lleaaaet A Mitt.
nJ haalsme i,f mnnt In 11 Krlall lliy fills' wv It
slfArdnt by tb IHsltnt Millawry llmnn af Clutil.a J
Halil, mini I'oal an, I m, Hl(a I1k l'ratlalor
Mr llalrtl m Mt lulrtal (ha) art if Imtilmf rliatnan Any
lryU.la I leaia can, by flatly mtamWnai, ilitw ni
lotnm, om tit tk, li( bi liokl I ham, lent'iy I had
rtmrnUiiraa, rollt for iliestatcltattliHl snl tlSatatliy
laon.lt mini U ini Waal down ami sol I for wlwl tiny
re nvf mlHajiarteflt (arty mll(l I Imt lalU liey
Mtliulaaj liataal, ftitilllMt inlirylwtnM-M lh liri.1
on hi lln KiMiest In lit llnav, mi 1 ha lt.lni( llniriHish
fare nf im.,hibi Ihe jMunt Mllllnary ftimt ut
Untiles J I lerntl, la bl Ibmoluhl lul Macy't Ilia
New 1,1k thflllftj I Itlial mnlit a (rflatty tA Mil
lintrv MT His time la one of ihe tla;hll ifll airily
An 111 mi- nml, hit n ihitiif,' In tmrhiitlnr,,
WI. IIAVi: 10 HirjUI.il
All Pnisnim OsviiiK Us rinliilit Illlls
iti sirrti 1: 1111. st mi:
Within Tlilrty Ditjn from Ditto.
T. It. IOSIUI
IIuuululii, I cbnisry 19, iBSj.
IxTOTICIC OP INCOKPOIIATION.
Honolulu, on the totri illy i.f I ebruvry, iltSt, c.f tub
trtiherttallietltKleofltiPlNII lt-ltUNII Ml I AM
NAVIOAIION COMPANY (binl(eJ), It wst I
la nccetit n ehlrttr ,if Ilic.iriNiratlon ernnlail tn lli.m
and tbelr atwieUtrt by ihe Minuter cf the Interior, by
ami with (he ennaent (f the K!n In (rivy niiintlf.
umlcr Ihe curjHiralc name an.l style vt lh- Inter.ltlan.
Slesm NavlKAIbm Company, on Ihe I7lh day of I eb
nitry, iC8j, nn J lint Ihe ceforntlvn Un Jer taut clurttr
lhereiiiMii ori;anleil IlKlf flijd elected llie fullowinirof
r. It I OS I I'll Pretl.lenl
W. II, (,OIH KI,V. . ..Vite I'retitleiit
I I.NA.Jr, ... ... .Secreliry.
WIIMAM IOMI.K Irenturer.
0. N. WIICOX ...AuJKor.
No(tee tt furdier etven (lint, rurau.nnt lo ihi- Irrina rf
si.i ennner, no ttoekliol irr tliall inuiviUliauy Ijz luilile
for Ihe itcbtt nf the roriiorutioii lyutnl the ain-jtitit
which thai! tie due iikjii the ttiire or tluitet held or
owned by hluitelf. J. I.NA, Jr , Secielary.
Tho firm of Pulninr & Kilbonrn
Is tlds day ditsolved by mutual convent.
, , , ISwied
Honolulu, Jan 95, tSSj.
I. A I'AIMPII,
w. W. KieiuiukK.
J A. l'AI.MI'R snj II.MrK II. IIIACIfKK
luve thit day formed a ro-iurlnerahin, under the firm
name of I'Ab.MI.R ft'l IIACIII.K.
Honuhilu, Jan. 35, i68j
I. A Pa l
I. II. In
THE ABOVE FIRM WILL OPEN
FOR UUSINKSS AluilT
nbt'iiarii Jut, iss:t,
At No. li:i Fort Stroot, near Hotel,
WITH A FULL LINK Ot
and FANCY GOODS,
TIIKV WIIL ALSO MANurACTUkl.
Soda Writer, Ginger Ale, Etc
KLEHIONF, No. Wfl, 135-3111
-VTOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
Notice U liercb) trncntoall rersom tliat. at a meet
u4 beld in Honolulu on tlie 8th day of tcbruar, 1881,
of kiiWriUrt to tlie stock of Ihc 0. HU1.W MU CO.
(limited), it was voted to accept a charter of Incorpora
tion crar.ted to them nnd their associates and uccevnrs
under the corr-orate nnrne ami style of C ItKl.W 1 R
K CO , on ifie 7th ilay of hebruary, 1683, and that
the corporal Ion. under saiJ charter, thereupon organ
Ucd itself and electedlhc fulloH Ing named officers of the
P. C JONI S, Tr , PrcwJent and Manager
J. OUUllji , fccretary imd '1 rcasurcr
iii.riK.i nml ( ..
lion. C. K. IUS1I01'. 1
Hon. II. A. P. CAHTF.RJ "
Notice Is further gnen tint, pursuant tothe terms of
saia crurter, "iio stockitouier siiau inuivuiuaiiy Le li
able for the debts of the corporation beyond the amount
which shall 1m) due unon the sliartt or sruues held or
owned by himself
130-41 lui.ru vt. umulk, secrciar)
House and Lot For Sale.
I am Instructed by J. C, GLADE, F.SQ , to offer at
rivate sal hu handome midencv.
Canter of Jttthl run! IMlha Street,
Tlds liroitcrtv ii In the healthiest tart o( the cil v 1 is
facilities for drainage are perfect, guaranteeing thereby
IICIIVTCI llCXTltUJII. KUII1 UUfcMMa.
Ihe inhKCI commands a DKI KlHTrUl. YlliW
of the city and harbor, as well uvs the coa.it line, from
ne.sr Diamond Head to the alanae Mountains
Fhe nuln houe U lasrse and commodious faithfully
wjui inrcc )cart ago, ana is
MNISlltD IN HANDSOME STV'I.I'-,
Wuh every convenience. Hot and cokl water are UU
on the lUth-rooms, tn both siorws. (U( ., U U14
on, with over fiflv lights, thruuith the whole house.
wun elegant iiianueuers in me riiiciuai rooms.
On the nuln flour will W found a large Parlor and
1 lining-rooni bitting ruom, J I ..11. Mojuuo-rooHif
ChtUlrtn'l Dining rikitn, llaih room, 1 wo Itnlrtxims.
Closet, and a Pantry two btore rooms and KUchcn,
aiiacitcu iu uuiu ouwiuig, oui unucr a separate roor,
On the secund Huor, wnkh Is leatvheu by a cuiitemcol
strway fruia the hall, art I o l.arg IWurciunu, tutio;
alio, nv K ueu iteurouins ertuiuari roout, iin
rouni and Closet.
llie uula hauH U about to feet front and feet
Ibe kitchen Is convenfently arrstd, with a fine
cuokuig ranc, with hot water alttum-ttt.
On the l round are I wo Cutugts l veramlah,
end a well built biatls th accowiauoUtsOti U three
rwrset and carriages Ua thr room foe sftws
there Is al ull buiUuig fse the (Us Machine,
I1.e U Is J) J feel on J odd wrect and about $yt t
on UUla Mtvet, cuniaunuig an area of four auc.
iNutics doliIng taUIt the frvrtycaii doso bpuu
apohcatkrft U Mr. A4ams
A xlk of the puha money can remain vpou
luortgag foi Me l u jrws. ApyJy U
k. I'. ADAMS, AiKiluna.r,
XTOTICB, -Ullart Ivuaxnaulary havtaf luuasl Id
11 U. undeatlilwd.all per... Uatluf cUloU tlaau
iXal ntal. U SI. J. WOs dwetaid.MC hcrel-;notifwd
14 .aaaat lb. san. wMnoaal dekty, ami atllliMt ut
uaMUbt after tla. alat. haueof, or Ihey lavlt Uf lotfaet
Uansd, and all pertoiat ludeUed ta aU cuwl. lo .uak
uatJU.ayiM. r. A. iCIIAt-Ki.k,
tVcailut of tU will of 11 J. Kxm, liavautsd.
liwaokiiu, UUuay, lUy 1.1 an
ItV OKIIHIt 01' llll! AtWlflNll.it
lUInU nf GIIIJNG I' A, n llnnhrnpl,
I will tall st iUle sihiIum, on
I'rhhii, Mnvvh Htt, .V.V.V,
All a m , tl txtlaeanavan, ll.a atll.n(.l tit
OliNllIU I, M 1: IIOH A NOIKr.
kllailfl.tni. to AIO tesrAIK.
.thn, I iilunhlrlHltl tlrtulri nnrtll1ttmnwl
If I I' AIM, A.HlUwar
Al llll. Itl'miil NU'WMr T 0 tfOOIittlfa,
Nn. IH Kiho.il Htrr.nl,
MONDAY, I'KIIKUAKY tftlth,
Alia A M , will I tol I the anllte
IfottsaioM, Jfnt ifHi'a,
IM MT A rouwtl
MAlslUMO" CINIrK rAUM, WVNttr,
jo V)ltlt lliuault Cr-t, Cttandalier,
Pit r lor Or ijii 11, in 11 n n urtlnr,
llbrk WelniK Cluvlrs, II W. ft Ilinlnu Isble,
II V, Msralc l.i Itetjr.nn Sal, co.nl IrleJ
(lisinbrr Sen, hirlniz Msltrenea, 1'illiwa.
Mowiuilo Nclt, Hair Msdretaea, 8 lUy (,fx.V,
Versmla Chain, Oik Dining Clulft, j Mlrrort,
Crnnlrory, Glitse nml Tin Warts,
COOK SIOVi: AN!) KIICHHN ITIENSM-S,
Meat Safe, Tubs,
Honin, Biigiry ami Hitriiasmi,
so I eat of a I ly Hove
r r I' A!) MS, Auctioneer.
at tiii: ui smr.Ncn ok
LO E W EN BE B O,
,V. tOt Itrrrtantit .Hlrrtt,
OM ACCOUNT Or DKMKTIKr,
On Sittitntait, March JO, J8HU,
At totcluck a m , I will Mil tlie rnllre
NFAUI.Y NKWt AND IN FKUFfCr OKDI R,
Ulatk Walnut Parlor buue, in raw fcillc, 7 piece;
Ilbck Walnut i latere, frcncli I'bte l.iat,
I bony JaUci. marble topi.
It W, Center I abbs I'nrlor Hujj.
Hiree Clundehers Siwl I rigravinKS
renth Mantle Clock, in rrfecl orikr;
Ctrfnicev. bwm mliroulereil Curtains
J wo 1 fair Cloth IaOUtige, Kofker,
11. W, Chairs rTower loti a lid btanJs
Iai .Mirror. ClielTonicr. llracket I-Jinp,
1J Quiltfc, II W. Carved Uctlrcwin bet, S piece;
byrinn Matlmcs, Mowiuito Nets
I wo 11. W, Cribs uh mattrcwes. etc, complete;
Oac Cratlle, complete, with maiiress, etc.;
I lbnu-y lmp, lilankets Coverlets, Chamber bet.
Writing l)ek. It. W. 1'illar U.nmz laUe,
II. W. Sideboard, CJiairs Wardrobe,
1 able Cover, Tablespoons
Oirundaml I)eMTt Knives and Forks
CrtM-kery and GUuware, a 1'crambu Lucas
Ctuld Ctuir, Meat hafc. It e( narrator,
Water r liter, Stove and kittbtn Wne,
Itaskct Imp, linicrns Kubler How, etc.
130 F P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALO PATCHES AND LAND
lly older of A. V. 1'iarcc, Hta , attorney ill fact fr
ELLEN H. DEAN,
I Will. OrH.R AT l'UIILIC AUCTION
SATUliDAY, MAIKW 17, JSSU,
At i o'clock noon, at my salesroom.
All the rihht. title and interest of the said KUert II.
Dean In and to tho following describe!
Koal Patent atai-Hre KAI O PATCHES ne
lulilia street, Honolulu; area, 70U fatltoins.
Ro)al Patent aiSi-four KALO PAtCHES near
Ijlilia street, Honolulu; area, -AA " acre.
Koal Patent 3j6a
1. Kaloasuid Pauurc Iaml In Ilauhaulcol, area, 375
a. Kaloand Pauurc Iand In N!u(a.ai; area 64$
3. Kalo and Pasture IatkI In Nlual(al; area, 195
Royal Patent 3459 Four Kalo Patches In Hauhau
Kol; area, f9 of an acre.
Ro)alltatent sod One House 1 In HiuhaoVoI,
area, VA w " acie.
DFEUS AT IXPtNSU OF PURCHASERS,
For further particulars W to A. W. P1KKCK
I- . . or to
E. P. ADAMS, Auctloneei
EW BEDFORD AND SAN, FRANCISCO
ThreaJ la t)i Irxhtt.
1ILMI COKDAGK of American and Kuialaa
RUSSIA HOW KOI'K,
MANIU HOLT HOPE,
SMZ1N0, MAK1.IN, HOUbtlN,
All of uuich vtUl U uM m low at offered ty other
Itantct, III quanta! let utairasl.
IIOI.l ES 4 CO.
C BREWER & COMPANY, .
tVcfirrail Jtf.rraiHla'.aMaf CtataHl.a'H .1 tit (
Qua SvsskT, HoHoeeui.
Ol&ccis IV C Jonct, jr., packMenf and tnanstfec;
Joseph O. Carter, ireatuier and sas-rtlary, Uirtetort I
1 1 out. Chat. K. Ilitlup and 1 1 . A. '. Caller, 1 1 1
TNO. O, FOWLER ft Co.,
nr jirr,Mra-a (v WtaJaA 1'fatN. tttaal is'a-
malt for hint
With or wilhoul Cart and Locotaultea. SpasUly
AUA1TEU 10R SUOAR rUNTATIONS.
I'ttmaateat KaHwayt. anl Locuanollm wtd caxt, Ttm
ISM brtfiaM waj Road Uuauajtla, !Matsw
I1hj(!ui aavd Culifaaltrej StMbiuary, IVaas
kl. svatfiaae. fur all purfoMc, Wtudin,
Kaagtlit. (ut Uellb.t.
Caulo(ue4 vault Uluttiatiuat, Mudtvlatvl ItuaUwraplat
of tla. alvt. Ilaaat and MMtUaaery asay b teen at Ik.
otaVetoflhauikUnvpaad. W, U (IKaVtvN Wad tk. W,
UACf AKLANt. tV CU, Au (vt Its l.taku fc C
IIV OHDFR OF 'llll ADMlNlffKAlOR
cir ?Hr tAt n
111 U, HawnUfiheuhite ,.. wit I m(
AT PUItMC AUCIIUH,
SahtMaf, JtfnvvJi :t(ff
AtiA w ,1a III l),t HU J',,! s,
Tlin 1'nraonril KWmrtU of Knhl Df)namlf
40 Head of Working Cattle.
m tint ovi.r v ,
MIJIaKK. HOKHr.S, I'UIWH,
Marnrat At, llaVsiM, V'lau Imtfi tltalm
Ol llowa XMa, Hut. nll.rt ( , I . ,,
taaaat, L.ik KMaaa, IVtS HauMlM,
I ar., (. (Iwli, mi.arW.l.h
Ala, ll or Kit iA lrolf I tn,
Kiitianlinlil Artlnln., Kim Tnliltui, HoaL
tnmU, (Sitwla, nlo,
I'm fwilvr tkailiui, tif .i W AtMiia WMilnj
UliaMl.tli, llomitula, Ut 111. BiWtaU"'l. rt llll
rH ll II IIIICIKOCK.AwtioMfr
MIAVI KICIilVM) iNITIRUCTlONfl FROM
J. C. OI.ADE. K.i
10 orniK at
r ut lw a vvrrojv,
WEDNESDAY MARCH 1th, I8HII,
At m cyciicit A. M.,
AT HIS RESIDEWCE ON JUDD ST.,
AM. 'Ilir. VAMJAM.K
IN I'AKr AS fOM.OW.Ss
Nnw Oltttituni, UliliDlalcrM Chairs, Clunja llan,
riii niitmrinet, llaunful I11U.I IMn,
Ons I.U., l.lnat IaU.,hi.l jiit).a,
EARGE HANDSOME MIRRORS,
WITH HS.Ser STAKIXj
MuaicSlaiKl, llioiut Slatualtrl, ct Curlaiiu,
ONE UPRIGHT PIANO,
Walnut llootca,, W.lmil Tat.lr, ' Attf 'I alU,
Hamltonic Carved Uiairt, In iretst laathar
Arm Chain, Carrtl, vVnluiK DraVi, Sewing TaUe,
V hile Oak hHJeboan, vary lianilaotne .
XVIiileOak V alamlon Ummg l.l la.
XVIiile Odlc liming room Cluirs v Kpaml T.Uet,
Variety of rinn Plated Wnr.,
IH.CANIKHS AND OUSSWAKK,
ONE PORCELAIN DINNER SET,
(In U hlte, lilacl, bilaer antl Had) complaie (
ONK IjVKOK CUTGUV SIH,
Mosfuilo Ntl, Kolding Chairs, Chi mc ljaunsp.
H'hIhhI and JCoit Hi ilnti nils,
l-'ealher I'llliwt, Clublten't lloltleaalt,
, Toilet Furniture,
Conimou Sonaje Chain,
ChliifHc Mower I'oln ami Stnmls,
Sewioi Machine, War JroW, Tost tit,
Meal bafet. Ice baTes, Water fjitr, llath '1 uba,
Iron fetal lloxcs, Iiwn Mower,
ONE UNION GAS MACHINE, loolightt,
Cymruuic Apparatus, Step Lalkrt, Tooli, rtc.
Partictslan in Catalocueas.
DODDS 11USSKS will Lcav. r' O. Hall & So.,'.
store, cwner of f oat and King ureett, at gyttoJ 4
1 '3 E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Hone and Carrlaeea,
Jly order of ,. V. UI.ADE, Lhij.
Wednesday, February a8, 1883,
at 10 o'clock, a. u , u aalcsruuan,
lly Calaloffur, hit Turtle CallrrlloH o
(In German, Lnjluh and i'reoeb,)
AMI AT 19 O'CLOCK, AOO,
the well known Mares,
'11ES8IJ2' ttnd 'NETTIE,
the well known tadjle bortat, '.V.t.V.t.V,'
I 'J-HKATr.lt CAKHl.ttlK,
MKrii SIXILK IIAIIVSH,
J . R. I. AIlAUS.AiKtlvateer,
THE UNDLRSlONtU IS INSTKUCTKI) BV
I. A. Scua.ru, UJ,
AJnJaidruor of lU fttu. of M, J. ROSE, alatuMj,
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON DIE IRKUlSk-S, KINO bTKErT,
f Unlets fntioutly duboaol of at ,tMt ala)
kUttsrtUjr, rWvsxr- ISUs. M M A. M.
I ITaJCK Or IH
Nadillery ami llWHtmn MMf
.alaVkUM Tu SS1U SaTAIC
IV. sals ofers . imt "-'- ta ik. '- u
WtU u t. lb piaUw SMMaPr, to iNil.bs. --- -