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PtiMleatlnn It l i Kaahamatm ilt , leV
Mortal rtxnnt l io4 Port ti.t
SNettt-t and AdviHlt.er will pt.a.. addeM.,
TIIOS. O THRUM PnMlthr himI rtvprMor.
All matter fri IS Saturday rr rttaaM tV
addit.lerl to I ho SATURDAY TRUSS '
HetReolany rvm-tt ot tnnt tranltt' M
th other Mand. wlH -d-vayt txr thanVh-Uy rees-tv!
fof pflMkatlem Csrmpm4fU rv irqMt(4 t
ar-i-nnt lh.fr trv tiaa tt all awmaiilc allsw,
n.l fof poMktto r-ear1y, but a -rviirMte-that
Ike writer It actitwt hi faKtv,
nacKMfttift s. hj
Mack IntcrcMiaf nuHWt t urutnAlaMy teft
"TI lmi" eJ "Tr Otfcet Ulan.!"
air rtvnt-l tmt al list !
1 he stt-tMver lwthitl (f raparinl sWe at
A ntsmw it rarr.-M ihh sttHtlng thai lion.
Paul N'fumm ha rweti It-fcaalMed Atlomefe
Mr W. 11. fUiiey, or WatM-a, Jlt fMtn-
i.It dorsated St-.cwo tn 0.th yoHeR ffsra
gv initnium. f
O 1nj to the tftdeinnrcfif the wither
Ml Nolte't llvrV rcWMKy!( npenirtg will be
I. frttnl till fait her itotre.
Mr II. R. Mfiirtnc-tltfwnh Mr. J. V.
It d-ctlssiii nlll ttvJiy pa) the 'ultes imM
in i tic yacht rtmrraccnil)
Tite Miwjjlm men art rbl of the liicntubut
A t.vrxidalkM OatMevvtat and .ire now In a
fa r way tea be rlil of the ilr-trraee of the abrard
At Port-Street Cln-reh, Sttitly morning.
Mr CrKHtiH theme villi lie" riia Christian'
t onimUefon," ami In the afternoon, " Do men
hue .1 Mr chance ?'
Mr. II. J. Nilte' uinin; at KaptoUm
IViV. hit beeit )HHtMwl ouirt; l I Ik- In
cUnvenC)" of the weather. !) notice ill he
Iicii of the nen ilale.
On Jit tint Mr. John Uwtel to beatttir
ni") genert. I le ilkl not apfsnr In the man
ilamiK caw jtMenUj. Oh 4il what tlvey
know nsthlnt; alnot probaUy.
On tlie fir Thnrwlay of the Ne Year tlie
oikingnicn' Union will itbennn: "The bet
m. thiol ol firttlnj; rM of Chinese, ami g
ing foreign Jivl natliT lalwrrrn a chance to Ihe
on the ltauaiian lalatuU."
The UiIIm intercatrl in the late fair at V.
M C. A. Hall sent tlie pattentt at Ihe Queen's
H'Mpital a frmer of ice cream lat Walnexla)
miKning. It vm gralefolly receireu liy the
jvitienu, and ha lieen acknowledged hy the
wrejTr of the hotpJtal, Mr. J. V. lck'.inlt.
During their alxence since Ian April, Jmlgr
ami Mr. McCully spent four months in
Ljrope, Wting KnglaiHl, France, Germany
ami Italy an) pacing through llclgium ami
Holland. They alto pakl a brief i'-it to icb
lues in Maine. They return "in encellent
Uoail'Superrivir Hart mule an offer to the
r-MiIcnti along the MiuU.i gMe of Jmlil street
recently which hat resulted in a rcry gool
piece of ilcwnlk making. The miilenls
purchatrtl $lto-orlh of Xnrlhcst pk-inking
ami the supervisor illil the curbing ami lilleil
in the foolwaj .
Mr Forbes sermon last Sanday afternoon at
Ihe Y. M. C. A., on the healing of the impo
tent man at the pool of Itahewla, was a very
lino one, ami was attentively heanl by a tct) fair
sued audience. To-morrow Mr. Cruzan will
preach on ' Forgiveness." The song-service
will lc, at uvjil, attractive and pleasant.
The closing examination and exercises of
the first term of the year iSSj j of Kawaiahao
Seminary will be held in the school room of
Ihe institute from 9 A. M. till I I'. M. on Tues
day and Wednesday, Ihe iSth and loth of
December. Rhetorical exercise on Wednes
day from 12 till 1. Friends of the institute
are imitcd to attend,
The government suncj .ofTice, has just com
plctcil two maps showing the sources, mains
and distrilHitmg pipes of the Honolulu water
s)stem, which shoar to the glance of an experi
enced engineer, the advantages, disadvantages,
obstacles and eccentricities of the present
s) tem. One of the maps, mnreour, is a very
good general map of the sicinity.
At llnima Square this afternoon at 4 o'clock
th liawl will play at followit
Al W..H. ItaSirr ... Fault
OwfTvrc, I'clre Smalt ... ... Weber
Chn, IVjMhiuicr .... Vazitr
SckciMM, Lomtui iliant. . . ,.. ...erdi
Match, CrvtuUKm. . ..Mrarbcr
Vna,l rrKtv ...,, .Ouamot
1( tteaiher permits it will also play on Mon
da) evening at the same place.
I'itut I!ilcock, Deputy Collector IlenJrj,
and S ) jctor Trousseau went out in a w hale
lm Ua bumlay morning to Intercept the
Muipua and bring her in. Strange to say,
thcpilul's boat was not seen by those on boanl
the steamer ami site was piloted in by 1'ilot
Mclnt)re w1k wat a passenger on board.
Dactor McCirew was cmpowcrcil to act as
rt physician during Doctor Trousieau'
One day of lit wctsV Mr. J. K. Poitcr ex
hibited his well-night petfect hortcmausliip by
driving at a rapid gait through the streets be
hind Jo Dike, one of ih: finest of his many
animali the horse pulling sulky and drher
by the bit, (here being no headstall to keep
Ihe bit In Ihe mouth. It wat a splendid ex
hibition of inawcrly control; but it Is respect
fully suggested such an exhibition would
hate been more in keeping at Kipiolam I'ark
or in private grounds. The fact of ihe bad
raainple to lhuc who are 11ft matters in horse
"r minship, as well at the rvKsilnhl) of danger,
' ought to influence Mr, I'ortir to forego stittt
t.hil.ition. of his skill.
One of the pteasantett of recent wnldingt
wat Hut of Stephen Uiughtin Dcslia and Mitt
, Unite KanuVa, on Wolnosday ctrning at
KaaUliauchuii.li. Mr. Dosha is a student
at the Noith I'auiic Mistioniiy Inilllutes and
Ihe reception after the ccrrawmy was at the
recitation lull of the institute This wat taste
lully ilucoutrtl with paWaud ferns canop)
of these graceful tropica! plants arching ihe
place where the newly named pair stood.
'I here wat almodant revision of good things
Itoth in foreign ami native 'stjle t ami the
printers of (hit office were not forgolim in the
dislrilwlloa of the w edding cake. Among tlie
ttratigirifctcnt wcrv Mrs. Adc of Washing
Ion, anil Mis. Maple, of San liandKo.
An unfortunate loung mail who viinetimct
wiiies local iletns fut the 1'rcss was so "imlis
creel JaU week as In call JudJ tireet "Miuld
sttctt." If he had gooc a little way 1k)oik1
the curlier of Nuuanu, lie would have seen
that the ioI builders had turned from l.lliha
itttu Judd, hail asicd rt.c magnificent mansion
of Don Juan 1'aly, and were marching slowly
but surely towards the solid niad way of
NiMUtiui street. Uut he did not take (ultit to
(Ud out and rashly ttrolc as he illd. 1-ait
Muoday he wat awakcnal a little after ilawn
by what nwmcd an unearthly lulnglement of
stulsc, hlfihaboye them sounding the crunching
liMiUcof the road ciusiicr. He thought it
sjm tfce aixfifiog spliii of toad uiastcr Hart.
nit: rinvr in
In "itnV-i.-MitV-.f If. JfrrUny fat fAr
A miss ni-"in," h rtinsid'-r thf vlni' il
sititatmn an I n nimi!r etmlhlate fit thr mxt
legislature, vi-.hil lit Morula; -renlntt. at
the rmmv. In ft-on. to a r'l, Imatl by
Messrs s H Ifc.le. V. D. suih, t C
VVinaxatl, V. Ulllolok.-hlll
It W. Itai-hlln-il unit I.
There were in the irtJjIMwhoon' of three
huixlml present when lh Mtn1s was calleil
tu order by J V. KawimriJnl tlnn, G. V.
niip.. eallcl t.. the cht. V R. Castlr- tm
A. Kannlakd were elect rt via pn-klent.
ami I. A Thurston mf H. V. Kawalmit,
Ttic isrellmmuiet hrlotj niuabtsl, Mr. fHllpo
taleil (InefTrrl) lh1 thej rmnwllalr rrtwnn nf
ealllnsj this mertlnf Man' to cnrnkleT the action
which Minister OlUsflrW had taken mncrming
Ihe entrai I with the KrIKc Mall Steamship
Company for brlnjlivsr Chlni-s,' Immlgvamt to
tWirtmntir, whfch hlihoneh cnmpkicil, bad
foJSn ardlrarlly eaiHesl, and the same con
tract given .ft. . 'SpteeMt Thai this and
other actioru of Mr. (libanns wrrc alienating
aw hiemhi In the United states, as a result of
which a wmrntuktncf had been enl here fmrrt
Washington tn elKiuira into Ihe reasons of the
late action of this gnvttnmrnl, whuh have
been unfriendly to American Intrrnts. That
the action of the prtsent ministry is endanger
ing not only the commercial welfare, but the
vet) irkieperHlencc of the kingdom. And that
we can have tm good government as long at
this cabinet it In power, ami what uc nertl to
accomplish this eml is Imlrtendcnt men in the
h)gislattirefnen who know their rrghls ami
are not afraid to demand ami obtain ttwin.
Mr. John Kalanva neat tniik tlie stand anil
sakli This crmnlry h liflKg ruleil b) a inlnistrj
which U nlthmt the support nf the people,
ami whbare acting contrary to and In defiance
of tlie almost universal sentiment of the nation.
I Hand here to night to gite voice to the
entlment of the citizens of Honolulu. We
wish the people in the tiiher district and on
the other islands tn know that we arc going to
stand by tliem in the coming fight agntntt the
misrule and cxtmvagtnce of Mr. Ciilison's
cabinet. We wish the government of foreign
countries, and more uspeciill) tlie American
Government, to understand that the present
)ulic) of the Hawaiian Government is opposed
to the wishes of the Hawaiian people j that
they have demanded a cinngc, but no change
hat come, ami now they arc going to work to
make a change.
Hon. J. V. Kahia, es member of the Leg
islature from Lahaina, unc of the strongest men
of the npjiosiiion, and a candidate for re
election at Iiluiiii, next took, the stand, and
in, his fiery, aminnted sljlc of declamation
said : This meeting is called to night that wc
ritirens of Honolulu may in a const tliitinnal
manner let Ihe country and the world know
what wc think about the present state of our
go eminent. Our .constitution guarantees us
the right to ote and govern oursches. l.tt us
see that wc exercise this right. The constitu
tion says tint wc line the power. Let us sec
to it that wc hue it in fact ns well as in name.
It bchooses us, when we sec ourscltcs being
conducted to'a precipice, when we sceoursclscs
and our national independence drawn down to
destruction, to draw back and free ourselves
from the power which is driving, us forward
and downward. The present cabinet, with
the unprincipled Gibson at its head, is the
evil genins of the country. We arc indebted
to thu ministry for the free liquor law which
is slaughtering our people; that is the way
tli.it Mr. Gibson shows his Ivoasteil love for
the ns.tie race. This it the ministry which
conceived and 'carried to pcifection thecotona-"
tinn scheme, which hat made the name of
Hawaii a by -word in the mouth of llic nations.
They have sp--nt )our money, my money, al
the taxpa)cr's indnc), as if there was no mil
of it, and as if they had no responsibility except
their own will. This miiiLstr) inserted in
the appropriation bill the item fur the mounted
I'olicc. The mounted police 1 Arc they not
a body of men of whom the nation should be
proud? I frit proud when I read in the news
pajxr that nearly the whole company had hem
arrested, fined and imprisoned for being drunk
and disorderl). Tint is the kind of men tint
this ministry delights in, and that the hard
earned money of the people of Hawaii U licing
recklessly lavished upon. Not satisfied with
wasting our money, with disregarding law mil
decency, this ministry must go further and add
insult to injur)', and hold us up to the ridicule
of the world. They must send out the impu
dent, ridiculous " Protest," and say to England,
to France and to tlie other great powers,
"keep jour hands offol the South Sea islands,
or you will incur th; displeasure of the great
Kingdom of Hawaii, and it may be the worse
for )ou." It is like a small boy strutting
alaiutand telling his father that if he is'nt
careful, anil dont keep a sharp lookout he may
get a thrashing. What you want, citizens of
Honolulu, is independent reprcaentalis en, who
wilt act for you body and soul;, who will give
you their whole energies) men who will not
turn their faces to the palace and their liacks
10 the people as soon at they arc elected. You
have seen what the government representatives
arc made of. We have lieen having a sample
of their woik for the last two) can, and we
hav c had enough and more than enough of
them. We want legislators who will stand up
and boldly tell these ministers what the people
think of them. I am going to b: in the next
legislature. 1 am going to run fur Lahaina,
and I merely throw down the gauntlet to those
who are in power, ami defy thtm to defeat tny
election. I am going to be in tnc legislature,
and I hone to then meet men from Ihe District
of Honolulu who will stand by me (voice.
" they'll lie there "). I fee by (he new spajiers
that installments of Ihe $1,000,003 loan hav e
been received. What doc this-mean? It
meant that, you and I and the rest of the jieo
pie bf Hawaii ate running up a debt which we
have got to ay. it means that wc arc
moilgaging Ihe property ami the independence
of this country, That is what it means. It
means that the present ininlstr) hail a majority
al the last seulcn of the legislature, and it is
but a foretaste of what will come if they arc
allowed to remain in office.
Mr. S, Ik Dale l!wi. said. We should listen
to the word of Kalua as lo one fioiu the dead,
ai lie lias so lately rtrax-d fiom death Re
ferring In the accident which hapeneil last
week in the Molokai, Channel detailed tlsc
whstc This tousled llawaluntninage which
it coming here is a deluved one. It is 10 I
paid for illegally, with bonds which Ihe law
does not allow tu be Issued for that purpose.
It is not worth one bundled cents on the
dollar. The pron who lave the handling
of this job make ihe profit, an) wc have tu
pay Tor il. 1 his ministry las alienated the
strongest filcndt we hail at Washington by
their arbilraiy course of action, derogatory to
American interests mote tarticlulaily with re
lation to their action against the I'acific Mall
Company They have added to their weak
ness by failing to have an attorney-general for
nearly a )car. If )outthovopleof Honolulu,
think that this uiinUtrr lias acted fur sour
lAiiefit, have worked for yoar ail vantage, tote
for Ihcm and Veep thcru In office j but, if you
find that they have betrayed )ou ami arc Je
st 10) log ihk nation, say so, and s,ote and net
accordingly, There are grave ipjctllont com
ing up n the nest Irg'ulitiuct The cuuency
H irti m, 1 ur irt-si) rttutiin, thr question of I
whit i in In- limn with the crown lands
I li -sr men who at the last seslon of the Irgit
latmi gave Waihikti tot hus Sprrrkltsare nut
those who are now looked upon with rrmfi
dene lit the people. We must he careful or
there trill he mireemwn land job on onr
hands The Independence of this nation It at
take W intMt have men at the Iietut of the
gnvernrn-nt tm will ihmk of ihe country and
not of themselves. We moat have Miniate fi
who wilt fMcatte the lattt and nut defy them.
We have a right to demand nf the king that
he seaport the mntlitntron, especially a hsj
hsst twice taken the oath. tt us then dementi
of him that he curry nut the term of the rem.
athutkm The present cabinet doe not act
in accordance vehh ihe mnstrtutlem nor in ac
cordant with law, but follows lit own will.
lly Its breach of Mih with the I'aelfle Mail
5.' S. Cn,, H hM endangered mil treaty re
lation with the United Stole. It has reck
lessly squandered thr moor) In the Treasitt)
till there Is none lefl. The Government 11 In
every tense nf the wvml a bankrupt. Never
berate have e had a gnverntnant whkh 'ild
not pay It debt. I.imalilo ami the Katneha
mehsvi hsvd a Constitutional government, and it
M eormotrtkall) and cnrmiiiitmnally admlni.
lettsl, Iks h ha been reserved fnr Kalakaita
to sjnretn eontrar) to the constitution and to
Hem. J. I- Kanlukon, eicmemtier of ihe
Igis(itre ftrmi Kiml.supoko, pteent randi
date for repreaentalivv from llonoluhi, nnd
body mid soul a Gtlwon man, nest came fur
vvatd from the rear of the room where he had
a crrniil of soldiers, and turned I lis (lower)
rhetoric lotae In a eulogv of the government
In general and Mr. Gllwon In v.ittictilar. lie
sM Wlwtt is all lliit lilk nlwut the I'acific
Mall cnntrael? If there was n enntmet ivh)
was It not in writing? and if it is in writing,
why is it not produced here lo night?
"Mr. Dolci " I here is a contract In
writing and II is now in the office of Meter. II.
Ilackfcld and Co., together with a irscission
of the contract b) the govtmnicnt, staling no
reasons, and stating tint the conn net has been
given to Mr. Sprccklcs."
Mr. Kanlukon: The speakers who have
flood before me have stntul lint the tucscnl
cabinet is a Ind one, nnd that Mr, f iilison is n
hid man. 1hcya) that he is bringing the
country into trouble; that he is wasting
money: that he is acting cnnlrai) to law and
against the interest nf Hiwaiinic. Is it so?
(Chorus of soldiers from the rear: "No.") I
think tint Mr. (iilison h the best man vvc ever
had in the cabinet. Is it not so? (Chorus in
the rear, led b) Mcsrs. Webb and Tcstar, the
foreign-office attaches of the Adv citlscr office
"Yes.") He i advancing I lawaiians put
ling them in office all over tho countr) send
ing missions lo all parts of tile world to let the
world sec tint we arc an enlightened nation.
He has sent young Hawainns abroad that
they might acquire knowledge. Icoihltalk
here all mght and all da) to moriow and all
to-morrow night and keep straight on Torn
week, nnd then I would not lnvc described
one half of the good qualities of this gov em
inent and of Mr. Gibson. (Derisive laughter
from all iiatts of the room. This was too
much for even the rear guard). Tlie Oppo
sition say that Mr. Gibson is rcsionsibIe lor
the present liquor law. Yes, he is, and so am
I. 1 voted for it and I am proud ot it. Ihe
old law allowed a negro as black ns a t to
walk proudl) up to the bar and pay for his
drink, while it said to a man like me, you can
sneak into the back loom and drink in secret.
Mr. Gibson is a friend of Hawaii and of the
Hawaiians. I feci sure that among all the
patriots whose names go down to posterity,
the name of Kalakaiu and of Gibson will ever
be linked together and thought of with affe
tion as (he two greatest benefactor!, of the
Hawaiian race. (Great appliusc by the Webb
lion. G. W. 1'ilipo next look the stand,
having called Mj. W. K. Castle lo the chair,
and said: I now speak to )ou Htwaiians who
have skins like my own. Our constitution
gives the king twenty votes in the legislature,
and it gives us, the people, but twenty-eight.
These twenty -eight votes arc the sole guarantee
that wc have that our right wilt lie rcsjiected.
I'hc last shaker has tried to defend Gllnon
and his ministry. Has he done it? lias l.e
made out his case? Has he explained wh)
the government cannot pay its debts? Has he
explained to )0u the deficit in thotreasur),
sucli as was never known licforc in the histor)
of tlie country ? lias he told you what Iwncfit
)ou and I arc to derive from the commissioners
who arc travelling, at the public expense in
Japan and Furopc and Ike South Seas ? I tell
)ou this ministry is a disgrace to the country,
and Kaulukou has made out no ikfc-ncc for it,
because there it no defence that can lie made.
Their methods of retaining power stamp thtm
as enemies to the country. 'I hey arc con
stant!) lr)ing to liolsttr themselves up by
encouraging race prejudices. They try to
divert attention from their own scamhtous
actions by setting the red skin against the
white skin. If the independence of this
country is to continue, it is by the Joint
effort of natives an J foreigner! who love their
country and he who would sow discorc lc
tween the races is not Ihe one tu lie trusted at
Ihe head of our government. It is not such
traitors as Ixit Kaulukou that arc going tu tell
you the Irulh. He was one of the traitors who
wa a iiicmlier in the infamous legislature of
taSo, and he has again shown himself lobe
such hcie to night. It is not b) electing such
men as he is that our rights are to be main
tained, therefore, fellow -citizen of Honolulu,
before vou cast )our Ixdlols at the coming
ejection, first ascertain who the honest candi
dates arc, who the independent candidates are,
who the candidates arc who will vote In )our
interests and liave not already bound them
tclrrs 10 follow wheresoever Gibon and his
ministry may lead.
The (allowing preamble and resolution
were then presented by Mr. I'ihiio, nod hav
ing been read by ihe secretaries, in Ilawaiianand
l.ngluh, wcte adopted h) a majority vole.
Wiii-ukas, wc arc informed that an unfavor
able sentiment hat grown up at Washington
against our government in cnnwiiuciic-5 of the
want of good faith shown by His Malotv't
Minister of Foreign Allans tnwaul the f'arilic
Alan Mcainsiiip l ouipany. In llic nutter ol Hie
contract for bringing Immigrantt front China,
thcicby Jeopardising our treaty rclationt wilh
llic United States and the iinlcs-iidcncc of
our government ; ana wncrcas llic ut aiinim
titration of affairs by the tucseiit euUiict ha
impoverished the treasury and brought the
king and yiv eminent Into disirpute at liouic
anil unload ;
I. That wc, Ihe riti'teit of Honolulu In
public meeting assembled, hereby condemn the
.-utluii of the mailer of the said contract wilh
the I ocific Mail Sleaiuvhlii Ccunjiany.
2. that wc hereby express our utter want
of coiitnttncc In the present cabinet,
.1. That in Ihe need of the counlrv fur In.
dcticiidcnl U-cislatois we hcieby nominate md
recommend to the voters of the district of
Honolulu as candidate for llic next election of
representative the name 01 Joseph u. Carles,
Jokeph U. Kawainui, A. 1', Kalaukiu, ami
lanes I, irowscit, jc
On motion of W, 0, Smith, the chair ap
pointed Mcsttrs. John Kalaiua, 8, Ik Dole,
W. O. Smith, Ik W. Kawainui and Mr.
Kiplni a committee to wait upon the nominees
of the meeting, and wern instructed to publish
their rcuit with the replies of the candidates,
in the newsjajKMs.
Tlie Likebke wliatf sticil Uck down list
lr O 11. MnrfnrlnxfM Html ifr I
" lty ihe aching of my shins,
In I a hnna
now lieoint, aaht Mr. It
I hursday morning.
Ite was rVghl. For Wore noon ihe enrd
while wave were chasing each other inthore,
and the doll boom of tnest1rkera on Ihe
patient reef wm like mailed thnmter or "I be I
Otphan'" low cheat ""M" t Ihe eonchuuon
of a Mfremfnt sale.
Ily sumlown, thennle Iwrl not fairly brukc
upon the tmvnt but oat at WalVlkl ihe ra for
mile away wtv like snap ststlt, and ihe apii
Irat cocoa palms thlverrst In the uncertain
moonlight that stole from Its clottil curtaim
and rail gmtestiue, ilanclng tharlnw upon Jhe
grnuml. Rf eight o'clock the Waikiki mad
wis a tlmfeea ribbon nf Hghli ami shades with
irieguktr dot of jellow laimi light, ami the
rscejtamnal moon lit nutter of lirtght feminine
dmptijl now a scittct mantle ami then a
crimson shawl and gain a jeltnw scarf.
On thrmtgh the ahead) sleeping hamlet,
past the little church, arrosa the long bridge,
hejimtt Mr. . G, Irwin's and Mr. Allan
Hertterl's, on In ihe favored it where the
morning shatiaws of Diamond Heed lie first
ami longest- lulliat most licaiitlfiil nfliiilclieliir
bungalow, whkh its ovvm-r, iiatntns it after
the matchless landmark lint look itnwn
upon it so loflity, ha eallrd "I,ehi."
Mr. (,, W. Macfarlnnc had sent invitations
earl) in the week lo moat of the solid folk of
the town, asking them to meet at hi Walkll
residence nnl say "Aloha" lo Mr. Ahrahim
llolfming who goes on the Matipoaa to day.
llcsitlcs the solid nieu, n fair sprinkling of
yxning ilanclng nnn hail been Invited, includ
ing several curled darlings of society who
carry their brains in their heels, nnd including
ntso a larger number of young men who have
something to recommend them belter than
good looks, good clothe, mutability to dance,
'Ihe dancing toom at Mr. Macfatlaiic's new
Imtchclnr quarters built at some distance
lic)nnil his larger house and closer to the ten
shore i nn ideal dancing room. It is nearly
30 feet square, with delicate!) tinted walls and
a series of sliding shutters for all sou of venti
lation in all sorts of weather. It Is lighted b)
eight bracket gas tamps, ranged around the
wall, and a central chandelier. The dancing
rimm proper is one stor) and on the solid roof
above il is n second ilanclng tloor which may
be used 011 still nights. It had been intended to
use this second spice also last 'I hursdn) nii'M,
but the fur) of the kona put that quite out of
'Ihe loving real and rare good taste of
Mr. Macfarhnc's mother had made the decora
tion of ihe room in pleasing harmony with
the room itself, and of the scene of which it
was me setting. Aroutui tnc lour watts was
festooned an apparently continuous wreath o
palia fern and imile. At intervals above this
long festoon luing mentis of greener)' laced
about wilh ropes of red lehutand white jasmine,
while in several ptactshung pendant, unfastened
let's of roses, in wealth of bloom nnd opulence
of colo s.
It was a prett) scene when the gas was first
lighted. It wns n lovel) oncnii hour later,
when filled with its comp'ement of dancers,
k while youth (a fur share of il) and beaut) (a
charming deal of it) chased the fleeting hours
with feet tint wmc ccrliinl) nol laggard."
ltut, alack 1 it was the pla) of Hamlet with
Horatio lefl out, I or genial George had one
of his periodic sick-hcadachcs in its most
malignant form ; and was unable tn leave his
bed, even lo sa) " aloha " lo the guest of the
evening until nciil) midnight.
About half past ten, Mr. G. W, Micfulanc
at the cartfest solication of King Kalakua
fmutiLslreugllirflotlcavc his:, bed -for' a few
minutes. He found awaiting Irim the King,
I'rinccs. Likchkc, Consul McKmley and aliout
two hundred and fifty guests. He wa then
presented with Ihe decoration of tlie "Order
of llic King of Siam" sent through King
Kalakua. The recipient made graceful ncccpt
tanccof the handsome trinket and soon retired
to d re-am of Siamese jungleS and w lute elephants
and crooked cabinet ministers and Foitugucsc
Messrs. Ilcnr) and Fred Macfarlanc did hc
honors in their brother's absence, and all three
Mcsdatiu Macfalance were most gracious
hostesses Mrs. Uhta Macfarlane being ad
mirab!) seconded by her elaughtcrs-in-law.
The claw hammer brigade was in force, and
only three or four unfortunates failed in appro
The bungalow-ballroom held in its happy
arms more than one- face nnd form that would
compel ailnnration am where, llicrc were
several striking costumes, other of quiet clt
gance and still others whose simplicity wa
almost as charming a the girlish freshness of
their wearers.. If there was a belle of belles
among the matrons it was Mrs. Hut why risk
the l're-ss' popularity by any such avowal? If
there was n belle of belles among the maidens,
it was a tall girl with the profile of a vestal
virgin. Shu wore a dress of snowy tulle; on
one shoulder a satin bow, of a shade liclwccn
cream color nnd the tint of almond bloom;
and in her hair a tiny silver salamander that
sparklet! like a spiral of diamonds.
Alas, for cruel pol.tic and the naughtiness
of misguided officials 1 There is not room to
say ought else save that it was a most enjoy
able parly (hot so large a 11 would have been
in better weather) and was marred only b the
lllncs of the host-iu-chicf, and by llic brevit)
The American brigantiiic 1 1 ward is along
side of J mld's wliarf.
The German barks Christine and Maxatlan
arc at the Ksplannde.
Ihe Cfty of New York, hence, arrived al
San Francisco November 291I1.
The Cailiailcn it at the F, M, S. S. dock.
She sails to-day for San Francisco.
The 0?b. S, Alameda will be due from
Sa.n Francisco next Saturday, at noon.
The lltitisli buk ile-nry Jame !' ttlll dis
charging at the old custom house wliarf.
The American batk C. 0. Whltmorc U dis
charging a cargo of lumber at Allen 1 lb-bin-son's
1 he American tern Annie 1 jrsen hat ills-charge-)
her cargo of hnnt-a, and will sail,
piobahly to-day, for the Ibuiid.
The American barks D. C. Murray and
b'arlai) arc at lircwer St Co.' wharf, 10 tall
for San Francisco in a few days. '
A San Francisco coircs-undent, under date
of December Ul, saysi " '1 c I'lslnorc vvlll
sail to-morrow, and the Discovciy or the 51b,
for Honolulu. 'Ihe Flla las her foremast out
and will not sail until ihe (alter pail uf next
The Oceanic Steamship Com-uuy' steam
ship Mariposa auived from San I'raiielsco last
Sunday morning, one day behind lime, owing
lo heavy wcatliei, She docked at the com
pany' whaif, fiom which she will sail today
at li M-i fur San Francisco.
Hon. J. Moanauli died suddenly on Monday
night last of aj-opclcty. He was an exemplary
native, well known lo many of our foreign
community, and for several )tr iut was a
ins ruber of the 1'rivy ciuucil and house of
Ihr V M V I, llntr11
When ihe gush rqinitrr tntcrrd ihe hall '
ihr V M t A. last Ttntday afltrno-m hr
wa pnnnceil upon by a slight blonde young
lady whose vivW Heel gray eye It Is tnnted
thr color la eompllmeAtity, IM.l lit up a
compteiion of lity palettes, and whose tmalU
milk-white teeth ahtrt logether wilh the
omhVVtt click of tClmolmaster's wairh ca-a.
she saidi " j rJMn't jrrn say tn Ihe I'tr
vte hot-M ht) Oftm I hi arlerntm ?"
" I tIM fit tor ow atrew lit," faltered the
gnah reporter, conlrltelj-. '
" It wa your batine 10 find mit," reiilled
the blonde Fottto, wilh het vety grandest air.
I low can ym motel u to tell all these loy
and all ihh camJe ,! rnany nf the pretty little
thing ami a pnttten of thh de-ll-cioii lee-
cream, anle we have ihe chtldten. And how
can we have (lie children nnlew yon newspaper
men (with a rw tipwattl Inlleitiofi of her voice
ami a fine upward tn of her pretty none) do
"I'll go mil anil advise 'em lo come,"
amwcieil the guh rtorlef, meekty. Ami-
like lire brut m the pamhle- the young man
wenti-ut ainongat the lane and heilgeaaml
byways of the town ami prctetitly returned
withamultititVIe of children whom lie led -lo
the foot of the stair and left, with hlsliene
tlhtion, sut-etnently learning tlmt lit effotla
were sueecssfiil. Canilir com-el us lo ihwlit
the accuracy of the g. r.' Matemefit. Once
in a great while the desire to be Hcturcfucsi
runs away with the young mm' Imagination
that he l-ecomc nlmost a iinrelialile a nn
affidavit fmm the rnrclgn offire.)
All d) Monday and neatly all day Tuesday,
merry maiden nnd methodical matrons were
at work in the upper hall, decorating, arrang
ing, pr-pnrhig nnd unking meinphoric Iny
while there was time. Neatly two baker's
dozen of Honolulu's most capable housewives
had been asked to atsist at last Tue-sda)' fair.
Hut sires of home or society duties or illness
or tin (Voidable) absence or " something " pre
vented their Tull co-opcrnllon, nnd the brunt
fell upon a very few. A lady manager who
ought to know has furnished the tnllnwing
name of those who took ncltnl active inter
est. If any mines have been omitted, tint
good lad) lo whom the g. r, I" cvcrl utlngly
grateful is lo blame.
'I he committee on fancy work consisted of
Mcsdanics J. 11. Atherlon, Alexander Mackin
tosh, 1'. C. Jones, Jr., and J, A. Kennedy.
Mcsdanics J. S, McGrcvv, II. II. Austin and
V. F, Allen assisted the committee in details.
Innumerable- friends, old nnd )oung, contri
buted fane) work. Several tradespeople both
lalhesand gentlemen gave liberal donations
of to) and the like. Mrs. S. F. Oilman had
charge of the to) department.
The Gleaner Society had a tabic tn
charge of Mics Kate Dickson, Margaret
Hopper, Lily Baldwin and Kliz-ihcth Camp
Mcsihincs T, G. Thrum, 1 homas Sorcnson,
William Wilder and William Leishnnii,
formed Ihe refreshment committee.
The "floral temple" arranged and trimmed
with tvqttisitc taste by Miss Anna I'.ukc was
attended by that young l-dj ami by Misses
Delia Adams and Dora Dowsclt.
1 he posl office arranged on the rostrum os
a sort of unroofed wigwam was covered with
palm boughs under the direction of Miss
Carrie Castle. Il made the most conspicuous
anil one of the, mist effective features of the-
lecoration. If the g. r. had not been so
generous a young man, however, Ids resent
ment would have-been aroused by the fact that
the handsome llutletin man received a letter,
while he had none.
The candy table was efficiently served
by Mrs. E, W. I'elcrson and Miss Cnrric
Oilman. J f -"
The icecream tabic were charmingly nnd
faithfully served by a number of young ladies,
home married and some unmarried ; nnd the
icecream was ladled from its freezers b) a
handsome boy most becomingly uniformed in
a green and red apron.
The fancy articles which remained unsold by
nine o'clock were dix-wsed of at auction by
Mr. J. M. Oat, Jn, nnd C. M. Cooke.
'! here was a crovvdedatteiulancc in tlie
evening and a thoroughly good time prevailed,
'lhegroi receipts were nlxml -$Soo and the
expenses almiil $50. So llic net proceeds of
the- fair arc not far from $150.
'.I C CilH "
Mr. J. W. Kalua, a Lahilm lavv)cr, well
known in many part of the Ulaml as . reform
ixilitican, left Kauuto, Molokai, on the tuorn
ing of the 10th instant, cinliarkin); in a whale
lioat. lie was bouml for Lahaina, his party
con-isting of Mrs. Kalua, Mr. S. Kaluaalia, a
woman nanicil W'aaliila, a bouth-Sca Islamlcr
namesl Magngai ami five other men cnj-at-Xil tu
pull the boat, When aliout half way across
the Molokai channel some live injles from
cither shore the lioat sflippeil a heavy sea anil
capsireil instant!) , K0iC 'I n Ikw foremost.
A few minutes later the boat rose to the surface,
but full of water. UmlerMr. Kalua's ilireclion
the people ranj-cil thcmse-lvc arouml the boat.
All vverc expert swimmers except Mrs. Kalua
-a half-white laily who hail been reared in.
laml. After the boat came to the surface, the
Icailenlirectcil Ihe nnst ami sail to be taken
out, (he sail tinrappetl arouml the mast ami
both placed itiiiilc the boat. He then w lend ml
scat-boartts from Ihe lioat ami mailc of them
a lluat for Mis. Kalua, who was partially sup
poital by one of the best svviiiimcrt of the
patty, '1 he others (Vrangeil themselves arouml
the water fillcU Im.U, Acconliny to their
Icailcri direction, four on one stile ami three
the lmal as both ulml ami wave were high at
on the other. Il was fouml iiujvosstblo to bail
the lime. The direction of iviiul ami current
wat tilwanl the south west on out (he I'ailoln
channel, past I.iiil. I!y much bulTetin-; of the
waves, careful calculation am) rare presence
iifmlnil, Ihe liojl was kept pointed ton arils
I jnal. The patty rcacliol the beach at Walue,
on that island, at aliout 5. I. M. hating lieen
seven hours in the water, Vlnn Hearing the
reef al Wahie, one of tho men, luoollng
bick saw a large thaik and Imineiliatel) cx
clilmol . " u 11 ui " " a big fish." lor
lunatcly, a panic vvatprevenlcd bylheprcKttec
of mind of Mr, Kalua, who alone harartl and
understood the esclainallon. lie coiuiuaiulrd
the man to keep silence and turned the head
nf the boat diivclly ton aids the bieakets,
which they had previously 1-ccn approaching
tliagoiully. Vigorously iplali!ng kept the
slink away until the boat struele the reef
when it immediately went to piece. Once in
side the reef the patty wat safe fiom Ihe sliaik
ami soon gained the IkmcIi, ,nd were enttr
taineil fur two dajt by- I)iliiit Judge Solomoi.
Kaliuolaabhalt. 'I lift then rcluincd lo I.a-
("Ijilna in aiiuther whale biut. Mr, Kalua l-ast
$75 tn gold ami a $10 suit r.f clothrs. Ills
wife o. some cetIvc ilntlilivg and most of
the others lost considerable. Hut all were
llianU'il to rca-ic with lliclr lives that then?
wat very little grumbling.
lly the C. It. Ilivliop on (he evening of ihe
Wth instant Mr, T, II, Da vktrcceiv.il a letter
from llannkui, t-onveying llw; sad ti linsj of
the death of Mr, James W001U at I'uuhur,
Kohola, on Sundry last, I'arltrulart will be
received to day b) the Kinau.
Mr, Juhu CasMtdyV lerrccelv ixl a severe in
jury recently, from which he Is to far recov
ered as to be al-out with the aid of a ciulch.
ll'imiM H I !rr-mtir M I'll
IV M.iniy mutlwr tA ih wk hs icitrlolly
aVil t ustiwss, l.ul ii 1- -, V hnr,! ihal lit -irarfj
nirn hav. Item irnnl tltr.,! ih, ,r,wP
cnJt tm wn itnw htvr4l
Bjr ih an, ..I ef itw MsHskmi last tamlar fnm Han
t nWrf Mlsrsft-
JmitMl tHig .nc 1 ik t tan to it.? ronr-ej f ih
ftfifj mttni r)i tn tht hwt r thf enln. h4h - s
Hswlhod iw! lu Nj tht qtteHftif. ffU ii t'
cnntet ttrttow Iborfl tntrf 1rS At nimtiingtaf lft
UwmWt C C-mttitwrre wvsftt rmimlitit? timlm
tt "f tmix C K (JUiirtt,, A. J, ( jinrifrt, 1 II
fHtW-IKfMl I1 rnbtrt, M '' ,ft tOft-f. p-..ti
iM in,rtait n nf -,lm kM whi Attthtr i ty -r;i
mK r ( e ' l jirviVt tff-rrM nf. tt i try
'ipfc.rr' v ' iWjpwJ Mar C ( jiiit.i
d 1 1 u tw aHt why fl writ of mwrtianm thriuM n
bi hntml tr miHiAn th MlnUi-w nf l"ini (mm
ImmIii band fov Uifat orin reiTir tsVhich w imnts I
Fnll dttftlt wffl h ftvfi Wdt wmIi.
Sinn Mr U-t Hmc th KnlUnua mt Vm (.
IrvlnhMchJiMri MirtMiM (V .Sun Imml-un, tnHin
cwfn !. m $t.tA.ly ml t-l,rt, ripvilv!y
OiIim rttU hw dfimi-M ifitMlut 11S Mnr I -
will tnt otT ( it o'i (orti, ren, to-thy.
Atwtion mmttrt hit clAlml nwhWrntt mt niton
but aw gin bu Mnl ( Wittton lo Importsm irpt
(ns mi chMiiuirc ult. Ottr pMfilsi cunntat t-ompUIti
ftir tU wdftt nf vnrifi j- nJ mntJctiM k of giHl lo
ttrt Oom ifiH mion 11m coming wwtit will Hfrt
Itimuhihi Hfnth rtif'f tlnntt Iljrttnniif
IM . .
JUitu Hffnf Co ....
Kohul fiigaf In. .. ,,
Ihr WHuV.iSgnf Ot
In IUwIUn Aftieuliiirnt Co.
Mal !ir(rw Co, . . . ,
W'ntiiiarato SiigAf Co. ...,..
II inrtltM Sugar Co , Jyj irti, fuj, up.i
I h Kolott sSii-fitr Co .
O'kaltt Siijiitr to, . ... J
Bt)iC Sltaitf Co
l'-Kflk Mill Co
KtUum htiffaf Co i .... .
J I ilea Sugar Co . . ..... ,
(J rove Uamh I'lu.tAtfon t ..... .
Valanfi Co .. . . ,,
hwm Mill Cu. $7J er tlmri itl u)i
(Jlowalu Co ,,
Star Mill Co .. . .
I'-A-st Mnut I'lii it-t.loii Co., . . ,,.
Oiuimtn Sugar Lo. ., . ,,
I'auklA Siltfir Co i,
K(,lroclt) Sugar ! . . ...
l-1UiahxtlM-hngar Co . ......
UA.Vftpu Siitt Co
HaLivAa Snjjor Co . . . .
Ilmiomtnu Sujar Co
I'tiU I'hntMloii Co
Tlie llawniin Railroad Co
KaIiuIu! Kaitroat) Co .
Tltf Pf-UONK tVtCKK.
IfA"it!an 1111 leltrplione (a ,,.
llaAaiUin I el,'lioe Co.(Maut)
Kauai 1 ctrpnoiiic Co . ....
HiloA Unwan Ulc-.trOfie si Id Co.
n:rii.iNKUif smcks and win cm.
Ihe ttonolulu Iron WoiUs Co ..
C ltrvcrst Compan), (lMertntitit) .
IntenvUml is.eAni Navuttlon Co. .
Kn&t M.ui StocL Co. (lUnch)
H. O Hall-tcSon. (Ilmttml) . ..
I wl fr cent llondi
Nine Vurr cent Hawaiian bond .
St?n pr Lent Hawaiian IxjnJ , ...
Si oercrni free from Uovt lav
Onumea btifrir Co. Iloiul-t, 9 per otnt . .
1 taw n a gru. 1 uo, 1 nanus, j -r cem
U. ItmMFNWMNUDFhr SctlCUry.
Man-xjsa, Am Howr d, from Sin Iran
CICQ..... .. .
Kin in, Mm, King, from II1I0 and wiy (mri-.
Netlte Mernll, scii, IlroHtietl. from I-ilnin-v.
Mokolii, Mm, rIctrccort from Koutaii.....
In"lamt Mm, Cameron, from Kau.il
Waioli. ch. from I'asulsaii ...
Waimalu, ch, from IAauhtu
kitvailani. ch. from Koolau.- . .
J amen Makcc, Mm, Vrcemaii, from Kauai,,
C. K. Hitltop, Davis, from llamakiia ,
Malob,ch,rrHib . . . .
NlAilcIe. sch. fur Ms'llvo..... .........
Ietta bwetsey, nteni, Kj.for Humboldt...
W. (1 Irwiu, Am bgUie, turner, for San
hraiicisto ,. . . to
Kitatiei Hou, Mm, beam, for kuhulul. ,. . " 10
Ieliui, 5tm, Iorenti, for MoloVal and Hani. 10
I ikclilvC, Btm, Von Sen mull, for windward j , ' 10
Catenna, wh, for llinalet .... ' 10
Mutc-Mnttrtri!row'uH. for Lahnna . ' ti
AlUe Mottisvch, for Molokai ti
Kinau. Mm, Kin, for H1I0 and ij pom, .... " 11
Planter, Mm, lUte, for Maalea, Kona, and
Kau ,. .. " 11
IntUm, Mm, turner on, for Kauai. " is
LhuVai, ch, fur HaLTtua . ' ia
Manuoknwni, m.1i, for Kckalu.. ' u
'audit, &ch, IVr llanalei . " ta
Mar) Alite, ach, for Alolokai M ia
Merchant Vessels No at In Port.
AtfMK 1 -tRKN, Iien Am ter.i.
C O W'hitmoke, Calhoun ....Am Ik.
Caihahien, lluMiard ,, ., , Am, U,
Chkistinc, Uildfang.. ' (;cr Itk.
L) C. MurrVi, Underuood. .,., .....Am. !'.
Hazari, licrncy Am. li&tne.
llPNHvjAMUi, Uitumore . .... ...llni. V-
Mahu-osa, o.s h,, Houanl.. Am w'1"
Mazatlan, bander . . (;er. A .
biAHTAN, Crowley Am. Lk.
Vessels Hxpecteil from Foreign Ports.
IIoston, Viii. Ik. luvi.u-' Itorstow
Due, Jan. 10-13, C. Itrcuer i. Lo , aj-ciit-
ItKKMHN-, Haw. lik Kalic , . , , Uolllfos
Hue Dec. 20-35 U llaclfclil S Co.ntcnK
llumm-J, (ier. bk. iica ; II0II11M11
Ijuc M?-xh 3531X HaekfcMtV L'u.,ai-cnls,
Cvaiupr, Haw l.k. lui.isl , . . c,UrtU
Due now. II. lliuLrdil jl Co , agent.
CoisrKAIIT.il I, K..M. S. UAstKltl.il,. ., , ,
GeAMiiv, Urn l-k. ItlRMAIl Wtii
I-aduu. U. V alacfarlane & Lo., njcnls.
Jalvit, Ilawsch kAtUNA .' Iovctl
t Due now. A I. Lonkl, usciit,
'sAiieel'l, Am. Lk l S. lHosiisuN...,.,,,,,,t-ollvr
l.iVKariKie, llru, diip AneavsTwiTii Castu-. Dairies
Du. Jan. 10 15. 1. II, ll.nc.t Cu.,agiu,
Pokt Uample, Am. sch. Dora IEluiim
l)j H, 15 so. II llnclfclJ K Lo., agents.
I'okt (jamb!. Am. tkinc. Knser KoUnson
Due Dec ao-a. HaekfclU ti. Lo., atnii.
Tort I.udiav, Am. bk, IIoi-k ,,.reiiliallow
Due, Dee. 35 to. lHcrs tk Cooke, agent.
Utsalady, Am. tAtne. Kliv.itat CuUer
Duo Dec aj 30. UacVrdJ a; Co., agents.
SvillRV, Hilt S.S. rSALANIIIA .Wctilicr
Due, Dec. a) liackMJ ti Lo., Agcmi.
San tKANeivcu, I'm a-x. Aistra.ia. ..,,.. ,. .Chest
D ic, Dec V), llnclrclj a La, Agents.
San IvANeiseo, Am. t. AlAllKOA... .. , Mor
Due, Dec it VV. t. Irwin & Co., amenta
Svn FnAhCisco, Am bk I'uiNOHa.. ..... Jctiks
Due, Dec, lo-aj. 1 A txhacfert. Co., ;ttue
San Ikancisco, A, b, J A. Kalviniu hg,..(,ui-Jiiuii
lluu, Iec ao. Lalld &. Lookf, Brents.
San Frsnc'i-c0 A- okm DiseovKuv .I'rinnivn
Due, Dee. oo-as. HackCrM & C. aenis.
San I sakcisco, Am. liLtue, H. II. Ii-hi)nu.,IIoui" 1
Due. Dee. at.vi. V (1. Il win Jl Co.. antiL
San PkANeiiAti, Am. bkine, htLA ,,.,, ,o.
liu, Dec aj jo, L luewertt L01, Agents a,
1 rom San 1'ra-icivro, i alariiosa, DverinUr o-.
C.-o Carlisle, M ilju. A M Mclll., II K. I'Ule
ar,J wife au4 3 ehiklien, MUsN tx c),W K. Cavllf
wife ami son, S C Al'en arul nifc. J110N KolxtiKih,
Miss Mclneraey, Capt A Metnir. art) son. Mis. Mars
l.Vli,-tr, I HW00.J, i'lA lulnun, CKHl-iui, I h
Welts. C I. Wllluius. tsister Vlnccnl. .Si-lcr lljri. I
Sunlnonson anil son, Mois Maty lloni, II A Wlita-
iian, Ml I, Swn, II Luru.tll. alUs I Wilwn, Dr
li (, Mctircw. I. VV llrkkasf. II M A'.aawlcr aiul son.
Crrie iCibar o. Allen t.iop, Geo I lintsev, Iran
tio.il.n, Ctisdes Kesvlcr, K Itrose, K IrouJ., (,).,
fr. h Ivallo, Irank Dvt, CAn-lcrsol, JnoNeil, A
Uvanlt. (iVCuUn;, I A SIcMllcn, jno lla.l..
(!eo W Newwn, J Vt kneily, V 111 Ulllr, J K k' ) ,
riu-n Maui an-i iiAwan.iier runicr, i-eeaoil-tr 7
Mis J Uosiu, .1 t.u. uy, Hi, VV J Maso.ll.
Irutn Maul anil Mutokal, iier lluia, December B -Mr
Pruiii Ki.ua), mi I waVii. Dcnbero-ll I'llUil.,
C I. Miller. J Khnwh.
Ironi Kaiulul, tr Kilauaa llou, Deeemlicr t--Ca-jt
1 II llbl'TOli, K.v J k.Uma anJ toiie, C II11II10, C
MrCully, M SlrJik .1, Laot KirokS, A Wal , J M
AlekMiklcr, Mr bkettut, aM .lie
Iiobi Wliijwasl I'o, J, ut KIiiaii, tleetMiUr r
Ml, h II ViU., l Kraaei anj .te. It KoIhii.vi, r It
Ne,ii, W I, Kim, J Uxi.r, V C llonlrn aul vll.
Met May J-ano.U II KvVltos, l ! I loua-isa, J M
lljr.iw, 'l t.ay, v II IMirn., H M Utir.il, It I'
VVomIi. Wmi II lUtorun, Vi J llruju. tin VV;'UI,
.Mi. K ln-k. r. aieiuanai, L I. VVet-itit and wua
amlcJiiU anj a mvanit, J Ul.illnj, II luUin, (1
Wfllr, I Uuusll, K L.U.JO. Mrs D It VkU 00,1
iUuhitrr, W V Uvrn , W Jr-wil, J Ua-y, J A
(-luibsl-, Jiani. A-saio, lorui vv tValua an4 w.1.,
Mr VV huiiu, 1, L4ini,UU, Mis I' K. lliuuiuwe, J Kul
1 eo u ,
Irwin Kujatate! Waiaiuei-er jMM.kc., tVf.uvlMr
It 1 VV llanth.Mri. Jav ItTVeil, Al II 1 1 Kin.
lloin llanidkua, nr C It lli-i-op, )cc.uilr 1.
I'Jnmll. II II U.Mif
I'fMr Kahulut. tur Kit-iuca lluo. IVof.tuti l.A
Sl.llouauil wife. .
iur ilaul aoj Mk4al, iier Utiua. DresiuUr v-
rs.1vl,J LaaJih, '
lur t-aii IrtiulMU, per KalAaua, DeeeiaUr S II
Kkl, U Conank. '
lor xui lraKl-so, per WO ln.111, Dsc.utl-rr lo
jAsaJunav, W lultanoii, II llroka.
Irani fkw IV.in.lxo, r Cilf nf S)4iy, D.reoi
I er j Davies l'-J., . U, ro-s, 1 a (xau j iviuaCer
K Co. I CB laHkii, 10 e. L.gt,Ujift, a Mini le
Caul. 4 Cowke. u o snaclilmiy, I ksAbU.lMst ; L.-...S
&. Couk., jc.Ua, acslur4-NU. le.UusiWal I'.Q
I (all al hou, t a l.ilwre It' iVruat, a c. boukt, J
vli laafsa. ; I'Mli, t. mty& uaiitrt ll)uuilK,
IJoJiy aoo.lt J IT AafilMtv, 'J . riiniiflir4
toil an- IWlfeU ielUt, 9 e. aauaaaaauiwl cawty-i 1
llottidilftecukCo, ie in imifii ruled tostiM J J M
Oal Jr & Lo; v-.ktJAvm; J VV tvA-aOona. Co, ifta.
uxrtt Ordr, j.j Ae. iaeraiU. ; j, s4js to
vartn-u ititrrtw I Mn-' 1 irm, W r-tfs nw
itianftto , tn trantit, 1? rate
t-rt-m Fiirvka, r, lna -twvastv, t'crtmter t-
' I nm Awklaiut ami tvnnvy, rr AwimtiK. Uwthi
'" ' ) !TI. 1 e tnn . I nnvk W tlamttt,
I XV'i3ii ' "" """'
I IimmIUii f nnrhn M, 111 Hmmv. IWnrW
I 'wan im C i-t-Sjt , m 1 17 ft r w ImfiWf
Jf WMwtujm, 11 ( Ap (nrtrk-a, 10J ti ewbv r
ApBtVsi, thw) mm . K t.r4r, $ fihga tr, mh
m nan a wm, 000 in mn, it Mrtfwirst t rl
I Hitn, t pltc biiittsM, it j ittrttiffrtl-M Oia W
tvnrk. 1 ttcm h h ctml 1 IS lleftmf. n to
Ertrt, A S IUrtvfl, 1 harm, 1 cow. t amy (Wt
t, jimn Utrktj Mc."rttHMy A S-on, 107 hvfi,
r i l-f-an. ft- k Iwmr. i th wtv. italuft eMi
4o blur 1 tv trc 1 I, Wt. n
Ma hay it ftktframi
V l, urlnm l t a, j4l.rU -Mblmon MjiHin Itrftm,
1 , 1 Mim, if ,- boohi aira j twmut m J
lit . aWWwnrT twfaf fvVuHWft ttl
Vim r" dtt f I J MrjMBfct-i, 1 uhf 4 ffHtCsttln
I A..)... y tH gfafp. irtbtUKty, laft trd
1 ir ITvfjMai m m
1, innenayt , Mtv, wnii an
piwnar. an iww
tl A look. 1 wA , Umvtni h Co, 1 felmf rtr
i ht harftry : Jew Nrtt, tr$ pkhftrtwf
Mat .t t.,. .
m arH.rMand -fraiit, j 11 im,
let Mwh. t ti fumtitirft , I nwkiy ft Co, o tt win
V Hofftf hla r-t t g. rutiW -f .( . fleW.
iMnvniai'Ht ai ritiiivtf t,h . unut, 1
dVb rnttrhsimtl, uv bli My, jm Jra unln , CMna
prm, 1B1B Hi moti naiMNav
IroiH Nan Pramriat'is per Marfpoaa, IcriW o
thh, 1S1R p nm handh.
AiMTinsNnun , ca irtt. Ot ca whtMicv Ilawn
C Main Co, o UnAUi rlnw, rt hmlh Imh. itshtttlHtron,
4V pwffH rmrnwar , , MpaM, 1 ca thVfct, t ea fnatra
HHilU. I t. UuaanhM. a em rathMttasr .tfntti . 1 1 1 M1
A to. 7 catfMChUwit WIMef Co, $? unit, t
bmlU wtttftht, t no hard war. c paprr lav pits
Cint . t leghorn ft Co, c twtlorM, 140 W AW, ?t
tMd 1 C O Ilargw, 1 aafa. i v tm nittvm i A
(ktrurttwr, 4 Ci shoe will trlotliinf llollMftCo, (H
pktfi iro ttlM J j M Cut Jr A. Co, f frit nry ,
llrown ft t-n.ii ?, 11 ttltfa hardware ; J I iMttfua A
( it, jo plcic wr.Hk.fy 1 (t V MaL-fattatn A Co. i p
inndHM. 1 krm, n pka paptr. ro phm wins itia
tkgihnir, 0tnln, ami feed, 1 c LrarMv. f,t
o nc pin. I nit
( ikI nwnlnirt, 1 ikI tod 1 Ir
win k Co, iff M iDjiaio.
ito. 6 h onion. 10 bis art
pws irjo itr
liajr, featl, grain, lfctr, 1 bo taafita,
brkti ', 1 ryvl kU Vx. ba
ft ft Co, f Im hottle. 4 I4cki,
Car)!) ft Cooka, 46 mml 119 r Hnlwart iUhk
turn 1 1. 1 A Jama, tuca butMr, DDVf. fbmttbr , I' A
Inac, 4 l ltniit a mI thoe, , itrtnlMtHM ft Cn 13 !
tonacM itntx (, sat u hay, Kratn, feed lid
Ilitfham ft Co, 41 ! Imrlwarc, su h fm , A I.
SmHh, ty ba tMrwin inachinrt ; littvt Itial b Na
CoM Itaia provltlona il We, It bt enfriafe maltr
Mali ; 1 t Mimm. M l'kft look, Hatlonery, and
t-lt ( I, 1 daiti, oy (ik grwiea ; II Noile, 15
us gftjcarif and oyter 1 V C itoden Si bat Rrot
rie ' C MarritL a U ttrvtcfla , S M I)ainot, 47
(cn piji, 1 hx liun-k ( I, . Mahall, ttq pltg. tr
uUs ami fiilt ; I trow 11 ft Co, in lot apuiu ; It A
Wide ma mi, 6 In tact Inery , I O lla4irtif j btt
pUrd an I cJtMhlnx , I hlcra ft t o, t n dry goU ;
lwrH ft Couk, 1 c inntidJliifti, 5 cn unnt , C K
H dUsma, 6 plcga furni'ur , r J HUjiim,j6 rvprinjf
Mun Iron n ti Co, io.-kjt"iiroii and nwchiturri ljir
ft Co 1 j 1I1 4 tnacliinety J May ft Co, 176 rkgi j;ro
tcriM, lialliSL Son, 4pttK hudwara , Knf)ily ft Co,
-M-) IC Rfotr'ita ; II I Mcintrc ft I 'ru, 15a p"fi
RmcerleM Ixrey ft Co, 4311 VtsnxtrtrniJ I Water-
ruue, t)0 pkituriMerk, ttuiir, dry coosli, buotttO)i ;
dry so-rIs ; l.)jm A L, 76 pkgi furniture, finey
coodi, etc 1 AM M tills nu dry cu-xltj Ijont K
T-cvey, to ca Mat lone ry , V II Holm-H, 4 a ImHe)
meil j IIopp & Co, 14 ca nmdilnc arid furniture;
ll)jnan Uroi, t d ROtxli , Wolfe ft I dvtard, 161
c Krucer ie ; II Jolmvju, ia c dry tfvN, ijpkgt
iiuiieciiiatnier -o. I'nii cinjm . v, 1 r iwibi. a c
ray, Rrain, leed, iHatoc , ( htiiiM ft 10, 33 w
baulrVHre, t af , breovtcti) Cray, ft Co, 941 nlct
vce tattles ami fruit ; llavtaikin (K)mtment, iio,s) ;
Wfll. rariio. ft Co. 11 rikc mertlinJie : Order. aH
r,Vg4 tnercli"-itir4l triiirtw firm, 1717 pVjj merthan
For San Pnncwco. ter Kahkatti, l)eormber 8
'794 I'a utar 1B9.63 tHr o75 Vg rice.
ao;,s fr J 5J9 I'" inolaaws t5Vrl". 37 bnchs
ban-'. $11 036.11
ror San 1 rartctai( ir W O. Irwin, Oct inter to
jsjftj pkitiij(-r, 4J0.M Jt8,46.
OAT. JR. &
SliitloiH 1:1 ami Xrws Jlciilrm,
HAWAIIAN OArTITr. III.OCK, 77 Mr.KCIIAN'r
Have lust received, ex Marliosa, a f,ne avsnrtinelit of
Amoni; li ell may be found
urn uk. pAt'i'K,
NO IK I'Al'UK,
llroait anil llarrovr, by tlie ream ; bloekeil, or by quite.
MI'MOKANDUM IHOCKS, Uc, to, Itc
Hound to pleate.
Hankers Un-e, Hanler-,' sinvll,
in fael ne have Inkstands for all.
posi ohili. i,r.Tii:u scai.i.s.
Carter. Combined Cop) in,: and VV'rillng,
lu quarts, pints, and half pints.
CAKK.KS WKIIINO H.UID,
m quarts, nils, lialf pint, and cones.
VIOL, I INK, quarli, pints, half ptn.li, and cones
INDI.I.IIIl.t: INK, atoned
AKN01 DS WUllI.NC. h'l.UID,
In quarts, pint, lulf tuiite, and rones.
STAITOKDS. In quart, and pints,
I KVptian rcrfumeil Ink,
In quarts, t-inls, half pints, and cones.
J'crfcct Mucilage lloltle.
MANN'S COl'V HOOKS:
. to x ta full bound and half bound, ,
10 a 14, full bound and half bound
Maun'a Cop) ma Pap r.
IT.NS and IIOI.DI.K'S In great varieties
Auloiieilic l'encilCop)lng Pencils,
laber. I'cncili, Dixon. I'euctU, e.
DKAWINCi 1'Al'l.U, 1 lain and mounted,
Manilla Detail Paper. '
r.NVl.l.OrilS iio.000 BMutted,
l'U) ing Cards, round corner and pi ,11.
Ml.UOKANIH'M HOOKS, a Urge variety,
Itin. Hool., assoited,
shipping lag, 'lourint Tags,
1NV1TAII0N I'Al'l.lt, and l'nvek-t 10 maul.
Hall Programme Cards, peeits and tawels.
l.l'.ni.K PKUhSHS, large and small,
Kul.ber lUndt. all l-i-.
llASi: IIAII-Snd IIAtS,
Oiildcs and Score Hooks.
DlltllillAV LAKDS, 1'OLKITT KNIVKS, and
man) oilier anieles loo num.,uu tu menlioie
tfl. SUI1M RII'IION-. rective. far any foreign
iaprr or Magannc MiKi.lied at auv urn. Alio for all
the Iacul Paper, aik! Mazarines, -avklrs, llrook
sules, I aimt) library, etc., al.a).onhand, aiiili
ci d number, sent or to order.
TO. SI'l LIAI. OKULK! reeled fur HOOKS, etc
Ill-.D HUIMIKK S'lAXI1 .Uil.NCV. -ami
Agent, (or ilia 1 ne)clodiaHrtlantiica.
Vie. AU KUnd orders filled roinKt), tt
J, il. OH, Jr.aiidCO,
i6rlf tlaretl. Illoek, a) .Merchant Street.
Krju'tl to Coltut OIL
r.XtSAC-r rtOH 'IrSTIUOKIALS
W lul ihey u) of il,
" Kquil, if inA wperkar, to lord Oik Joseph Sprall,
1 A ii-st rataartiitcof icfined fi.h.Mk'' JrsaM. Drake.
r i, 1. s- r.
" Hie lei lubilunt k-w.n on thU Coast." Chat,
"W find Ic equal 10 any lird oil w have iive-L
j no. iiaucsau-i v-o.
'So tnlicAikan. uf icuai. Supcrvir tn iju-Jiiy imh!
aiucli tlwj-r. In DMgall, Alia. liunWoik-.
" Ih 1-est 01 we hav. ura-tl fer luVruaiing purpcs,M
- aiuuuedua ani atanie
" l-iul til.iiiy rievt l'iUr.1 oil." Jaj. ta:icn, W 11
' Suprr.ir 14 Galliutl oil an) Utaq-iuiliy nquiiej."
- Swilh Clark,
" In n4nt of etono-ay, m.lly to to one."-- i. W.
Illj-juis CuIuiiM Weaan lisao.,
rti-M. -lh one. u It ar ti-. 19 cko. (ot -h-m ."
A V llannlliiu.
Lan Cuitfiitiillr rMxiouiwnd it for Hba-Anulhel la IWo
of Loljeik"-l Wi-lMi, thentu.
M A lirst (.Las luLrkaiu, aiutrely fr. frtNu tasjinseui.'
-I. il. rlAlr.
" r,'ual lo any muhliM oil I luvt tier u-cd." W' A
Ulai, rrliicssl lavuW."
M I aui wtll wiufiei vuh t, Mb. irfievpcnset aoi
rconoaiiy, .ItMsa, to.rn, Nvsliyie,t VVrka.
raiu.1 to Lid oJ, hi ono-tak ih. co-4. ' ilwuo.,
MiKW, a-eat pikar
It Jo, not suui, iti. A, Vbaa.
IKV IT sod JtilKSK IpltVOLIHbKI.-'.
K. HAOKrEU) CO., .1
KJI.W S1VLIS U CuitauM, lwlaeiuaku and
asj iwmhi you C4i teat. uue iawsei u A, a).
, 1st HlHl BHSMt,
CKUItUKII STKAWWKKKV. lerra Cjsu, aaxl
all wttwr uf ntu-MHt, vsms wila wl kt A
l -, )-StS-j
I KASK Or PADDOCK
(Nf k I-UNIHOU)
r;,l Xiihintillt, llrrnnhrr 'J'.'ml,
rl 11 ttaatl, wp,
Ar HV imsmih, I offitrTrv a I,ft,gtl ftFtvwirs
1 1) rtiiil D'aMOOth. Arrr. of I.Sn,l,
ljif Ut.ten lk Oalisi OaHft. (.. and 1).
laMal ht Mr. .MtrrpMst.
Hon aH aad wit. ft,, h , wSMtin
It J'. Ill I US, .1 Hf llrrr.
I ST M A H
I ham iwtsssl Imiracitw- fnm
HII.I'Mi A CO, IOKT JIMI'irr,
7'iio hiiiiiviu.is .iiuiiiiiy.s.ii.r.i,
at runs irrn.a
Silturdiiy Kvmilnit, Dnoe-mber Ititml,
al ; o'rkiclc, i in,
Moniliij- Evnnlnir, Dnenrabnr 21th
at lb. Mine hour,
sr iook otn iok iimioains
ITALUAIILU HBAU USTATIv.
Al KAI.IIII, 0,iiu.
I lll oflrral publle aiicllnn on
SAlUKOW, .DICHMIIKIt th,.
at is o'rltKk, noon
Al my Salesroom,
Thnt Vuliinhlo Prtrcnl of LAND
fronting un lit. Government Hood at Kalilit, eontain
ing an area of I so tu.hs ncrM, and now oeeuiird by
I-II. Waller, 1 mi,
With tlie llAN'tlSOMf. Kl'Slllksr-l .r.A.t... i.
ITl DMrrllin ltn,,.
I almost new, 1 Ihoronjhly bulll al a cost of orer Ie
ami n latge, roomy, ami romfortatl.. A servants' home
Willi two nanus It on Ihe U as well as a rairiage house
and stall for three hones.
THH LARGE AND VALABLE LOT OF
adjoining the above premies of Mr. Waller
an area of 6 77-icsxhs acers,
Will be .old upon the Same Day,
immedulel) after Hie Sale of the Home.
J M. Daviimov, Attorney.
. .. '. ,l-.l.1f.S, Aurtlmtrmr.
OwSAiURDAV LVUNINO; DaCRM.aa ijm,
at 7 r m..
At the Store oTa
U. I'. EHLER&CO,
' , it.'0-
V V, AIUMS, AuciUicr.
ON UnD STEADS
or ah tnrs
(IlKllulftllf chiMicn't c)
Atil ul irtrc frotn fit tu ( ii-jjr
Arr now oh ctMUtloti at iKe Iron Imoc t4
II. IIACKI-U.nit CO.
ENINO 8 ALES.
Ar 7 iiVinck, r.n.,
' TIIUKSIIW, DICFMHEK aoTir.
Vnllfumlii t'MrntturCS' Mlurr,
B. P, ADAMS,
IV AMIABLE laKAKEHOLD.
I aaafoMiiaeieillia offer al imUkauatkinori
sa.rilKli.VV, JAMIARV JTII. 1 084.
al Ito'slail, imuii,
a My SateroAM,
Th LKASK for Flv Year.oflkal vakiaU. fAK,
Chi. or bsNIUri (U diaitvlV W.Ua.a, Oau,
aljmnln the ranah of C. II, Judd, ll- and
contakJiii anaiaaof inC'f ACUIVS, iuWeork-4.
at-tT T b' l all fio s-f-ulaf Ln.1, adiuiiakjy iHla-4l
IW sloel. 'I her. U s-ond aanUe. road to its. Laawl,
K. V, ADAW, Awslowsr,