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We have information llint about fift)
U'wn arc shortly to be ilnclmrgcd from
Kakaako, not however, tliii time, on
the pretext of "cure," or een "ainel
(oration" ; but upon that of scan it) ol
funds. Hut why, at this time (scvcrnl
months before the expiration of the
biennial period) funds should be short
we arc unable to see, since a much
hrger npitropri.-uion for the suport of
le iers was made at the last session of
the legislature than at any previous
lime As wc have said upon man)
previous occasions, no soil of senega
tioti has been kept up, notwithstanding
the large 'es)enditures and the great
array of buildings and fencing which
have ostensibly been used for that end.
I he whole affair, instead of hiving
been conducted as an institution for
the amelioration of the condition of
uffercrs, and the protection of the
(ommunit) agnnst a fearful disease
has been used as a political engine for
the ends of the man who is allowed to
call himself premier. We have shown
before, and we think conclusively too,
tint lor K)litical ends, and these alone,
has tins institution been kept up, and
the discharge of fifty persons, in dell
ance of law and the sentiment of at
least all the intelligent foreign portion of
the community, at this particular junc
ture, goes further still to prove our
proposition. It has been known that
for some time past, orders for the re
lease of individual lepers supposed to
have influence in Honolulu and its
suburbs have been freuuent, and there
is no doubt that these have been made
111 subserviency to those Machicvelian
principles which have guided and dis
tinguished the policy of the (iibsonian
administration throughout. We have
no reason to believe that these persons,
who are soon to be released, are to be
released for other purposes than those
of electioneering and voting at the
coming elections. A more cowardly
use of power over unfortunate sufferers,
or a more dastardly outrage upon a
healthy community than that contem
plated in such an act can scarcely be
With regard to the question of segre
gation. It has been long a well known
fact that a large number of pronounced
lepers have never been segregated at
all, but have been treated at their pri
vntc? elwollintrs bv Mr. Fitch . that
many more, after hiving been once in
clnrgc anil still uncured, have been
permitted to leave the hospital and
mingle freely with whom they might,
and from those who ought best to
know, we are told that not less than
one hundrevl such are at liberty to-day.
Such a thing is an outrage, not only 011
me neauny portion 01 me ruiiiiii.iiui),
but upon those Kor victims of the
disease who are compelled to stay. In
the name of common humanity and
common justice, if such things must
be, let them all go, and at once abolish
tint farce at Kakaako, which is mani
festly maintained at the public expense
only to strengthen the hands of Mr.
Gibson, and to salary a man who has
proved his incompetency in open
court. Such an act would be less
dangerous to the community and more
just to those inmates who are confined
than to proceed longer after the
present fashion. This town would
have been far safer from the contagion
of leprosy had the hospital at Kakaako
never been built at all, or had no such
man 'as Mr. Fitch liecn emplo)cd to
gull the poor wretches suffering from
leprosy with his promises of cure. It
1 was these promises of cure and non
segregation that brought lepers flocking
into Honolulu from all parts of the
country. It is that hope, not )et quite
extinguished, and the knowledge that,
if arrested at all, their segregation vv ill
bo little more than a sham, that keeps
them still hovering about the town.
As things formerly vvcie, although con
ducted upon an) thing but a sound
basis, lepers would naturally shun
ixpulous places, and thus a great deal
of danger was avoided If it is just
and proper to segregate one leper, it is
just ami proper to segregate all ; and
if not so in all cases, then so in none.
The Hawaiian Islands have a firm
friend in the American Register, a
weekly political journal published in
Washington. Its politics are Demo
cratic, but it represents the intellectual,
atguiuentative portion of its part) : and
is what is often called, for lack of a
better phrase, "high-toned" in the best
sense of the. words. Over and over
again the American Register has
spoken boldly, forcibly and unflinch
ingly in our beJialf-r-and at times when
prominent meji in its own party were
working against us upon the floors of
congress. In a recent issue it quotes
the iiaragraph concerning us contained
in the president's message, and goes
on to say :
" T he Register has a!w.i) taken the ground
that the treaty with Hawaii was havnl upon
sound national principles, and in nouUe a
nueslion coming within the limits of teirtv
titles, or prejudice. During llie last session of
coiigins the opponents 01 the treaty wnolm
Jginat themselves Injured because they wctc
not meiving 11 of us benefits, sought lu
biing disetcelit upon its woi kings by the ci)
of "fraud" and lo cause Its abrogation on
the gruuud, as charged tiv them, tint sugar of
a iKtlrr quality linn had oven intended b) the
terms of the treaty was living ailmilted Into
the United States lice of dut). T hoe- are llie
"charges" which the iitcsident is convinced
"iiilY Vf iixg$eivtti" and the rc,orl of
the commission sent by the tteasury dcjurl
tucnt to examine into the matter fully Ik.mii
him out in the opinion. The svcictar) of llie
lieasut) also takes stiong grounds in his tv
iKiit against the abrogation of the treat) which
he irgards as " mutii.illy btnifictnl" and he
gives an exhaustive, resume of llie results of
the treaty In establishing a nutlet and a
trade, vsliivh he likens lei jxir "interstate
ttade," lieiiefiting the American fanner ot
pioducer and small nianufactuter as well as
the brget manufacturers of iron, machinct),
.c. Hut the kvvnotc of the lieaty is struck
bv the urcsule-it whenbessvst "lam not
disjxiMii to favor the entice cessation of the
1 1 can editions which lave fostered uooJ wilt
lietween the counlncs anJ (UMlntuM tfiMt-J
lt fu.iiljr 1 fjuuii in Ikt family tf
iijtimi," In this sentence he iise alwve the
plane of parly issues and lays down a prnul
pie of national interest. It will not da to si)
Out the United States have no polio) save
thai which lends 10 he acquisition of wealth.
We have nut ct U-cmnc a nation of shop
kn j ' r ji r vi n if nt ir.uh 1 ic r , n r
mi l ni 1). anil it will i 1 '! in iii
rhino, all matters concerning die test if Ih
vsothl, wlnlr we nl our lime in mow)
gelling. The truth si-trct us in the face that
omc WcMem Males are ilevetoiiing resource
wliirh, a few )car. since, uould have been in
creiliMe, aiwl the Pacific Ori-an 11 fair lo
mal the Atlantic in it commerce at mi far
lisl-ini lay. It Is worse than folly to sav lliat
litis future shmtlil not he provMeri fort It is
worse than irrwnit) to make no provWon for
our future commerce, ami to protect, sw far as
ivc may lie alilr, the coast line of our
Western Slot. The Hawaiian Inlands must
ttlwuvs lie recognireil as (lie Ley t the Norlli
I'.icihc Ocean, and it is nnl) In ll'e c)e of
men who cannot nee lieyonil the profits of A
il)'s Iraile that they are of little value to the
United States. If we are lo lielievc llirsc
slmrt sifihteil imllriditala we should ahriieite
llie treaty of reclproclly, lieeause wc hitinU
fiNH (Hal aj iiu ihxrfiuii '10 tlitni mere is no
"mlicy" in any action of our government
thai dors not put an extra dollar in lluir
imckcts II l, therefore, refrcuhing 10 hear
from the chief nupfalr.ile that he considers the
recintueiti trcatv worths, of suptKirt Itccause it
has " contrllnileil toward the eciunlity of
Hawaii in the famil) of nitions." I hisls no
ineaiilnglciii or high sounding phrase. Il Is a
simple didaralion of ficls, anil .1 notice to the
world that wc understand what we arc doing,
and intend that they shall understand Imlwi.
lilting " contributed toward the criintilv of
iiiiuan, inroupn t lie niivintigcs 01 a treat)
of rcciprout) with that countt). we do not
mean to stand aside ami allow some one else
to reip where 1 im. nn Wc miy go
ttcn further. Having done our part towards
elevating tint little isliml kingdom we do not
intend to stand tills liy and sec our cllorts
wasted liv the evil unrticca of the intive In
halntants or the m 1'ions of adventurous
and unscrupulous foreigners. Wclnvc given
Hawaii n helping hind, and li) our tnissioniry
hliors and wen'al mlicj hive raiscil her
from the ilciillit or Iniiliarism to a high osi
lion of eipnlity in the fimily of nations. Wc
arc in duty, as well as hj interest, lmurol lit
protect her In hir new Kisiliiin, ttvn itfvmt
httstlf, should her king and cabinet show In
alulit) and unfitness for a higher Mite of
cltiliition. And lliis we rutin to do through
our existing treaty of reciprocity, Infusing new
life and greater ambition lo liccomc worthy of
the stilion to which she ins lucn elevated,
and a procr sense of the nbligilion to the
great power lint Ins so befriended her.
The foregoing ought to be read by
every thinker on these islands. 'I he
concluding sentences are significant.
Let us hope they are prophetic.
Mil. .1 lll'.IVS MtSSIOV.
" What they mistakenly allege lo be
unfair treatment" is the way the Ad
vertiser writes about the Mail Com
paq's attitude towards this government.
If it he mistaken to consider the repu
diation of a contract as unfair treat
ment then it is unreasonable to object
lo the highwayman who "stands )ou
up"' on the public road. The question
at issue is something more than the
purely business one between the tj.b.b.
and l'.M.S.S. If that were all, llie pub
lic might fiirly take sides and look -on
contentedly to see those corporations
fight it out. Hut the question is a
great deal more than that, it involves
national honor and raisesthcqucstion:
" Is the word of a cabinet ministc to
be as good as his bond or no ?'' The
United States government seems will
ing to take the responsibiliy of sa)ing
that, so lar as one of its citizens is con
cerned, a contract made shall be bind
ing on the part of the government
making it. If Mr. Spreckcls had
made the first contract, his rights
would have been just as clearly defined
as are those of his rivals in the earning
trade. Whether the Mail Company
has at all times trca'ed this community
generously or no has nothing to do
with the question. The public will
welcome the full light to be thrown
upon this subject b) the publication of
the official correspondence.
I low can the " publication of any
portion " of the correspondence about
the contracts be "highly discourteous"
to the American government? Mr.
Atlee has gone. 'Iliere is no telegraphic
communication between the two coun
tries. The commissioner is as certain
as things mundane generally are to
reach Washington before any thing wc
may say could reach there. Hut even
if he were not why should the corres
pondence be kept dark. The chamber
of commerce should have demanded it
as a right, not asked it as a favor. Their
action resulted merely in permitting
Mr. Ciibson to snub them as he has
snubbed the public before. If they
hail gone in a body or by a committee
and had demanded to sec the corres
pondence, appealing to the people in
case of a refusal, an issue woufd have
been raised worth the raising. That
issue is this: " Have the people rights
which public servants are bound to
respect ? If )es, shall the people take
them peaccaLly if they may, forcibly
Quoth the Advertiser recently, in one
of its nondescript local editorials:
The chamber of commerce meets at to
o'clock this morning. This and previous
announcements of n similar nature hue liceii
inserted gratuitous!) in these columns, but the
general public would like to know what the
ixsl) do at their meetings. KiiHirUrsaie not
admitted neither is a rear of the work done
forwaidcd foi publication. Tills mode of pro
crdurc on the part of the Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce differs from that of any other
similar tnl) In other town.
As once in a great while, we agree with
)ou, generally discstecmed contempo
rary, We rapjied that most respec
table body of progressive gentlemen
and nice old ladies (four parts of the
former to one of the latter, happily)
over their official knuckles last week
in another nondescript editorial local,
be it confessed. Hut, really, )ou ought
to be the very last toquarrel with them.
They are doing just as the cabinet
ministers do "keeping things dark."
The action of the chamber is probably
meant for the public good. Hut it is
unprogtcssive. and childish,, all the
The editor of the Advertiser gnarled
with rage his smooth and sunny coun
tenance the other day, and breathed
forth threatenings and slaughter upon a
luckless scribbler who dared suggest in
these columns that Mr, lCdvvard Mac
farlanc ought to protect his interests bv
coming here to run his paper as it
ougnt to bo run. Vet this benevolent
Hritish-colonian who hasundcitakcn to
furnish Honolulans with " lood for
Thought" and lessons in state-craft,
knows so little about editing a paper
uai in a rcteui issue ne uegnioeu nis
cot respondence column supposed to
rellect the opinion of his microscopic
constituency to the level pf a cheap
The high chief of Ilutaritari is said
to consent to the Hawaiian Confalera
tion and desires an army sent him. If
the other Gilbert Island chiefs come
into the confederation the king of these
islands will expect the legislature to
vote him the title of emperor. He
will then rank with the Empress v(
luuu aim the Uzat ot all the Kussias.
1111 I'M him vrs m ss kik
II Ith nlr nf hrpflrttltrnlnl friol
the mntnl ineasage of the I'risidenl of the
United "states was read in omvrss on tin 41I1
instant. It opens with congratulations upon
the domestic and foreign affairs of the countr)
and proceeds to ronsMer the following topics
Treaties Proclaimed, Assisted Immigration)
American Hog I'nxlucts Abroad, Itelatlons
with Russia, Sxln and the United Slates,
International Arbitration, Mexico, Central
America,. The Treaty with tlawnti, I'orelgn
Inurcrmrsc Kxlended, The International
African Association, Vexatious Kestriclions
uion Tride, PimiK-es of the Counti), Consoli
dalion nf Customs Districts, The War Dcjiart
ment, The Navy I)f9rtmcnt, 1'oslal Aflilrj,
Jurors' and Witnesses' I'cea In I'eilcral Courts,
rThe Interior D.partmcnt, The Polygamy
Question, department of Agriculture, The
Situation in Alaska, Preservation of the
I orests, Industrial Kxlubitiuns, District of
Columbia, livil Service, The Presidential
Succession, Veto of Special Sections of Appro
printlnn Acts, The 1 ourteenth Amendment.
01 course the Item of grcttest interest to
these islmils Is the following nragrapli!
At the recent coromtlon of his Majcsl),
King Kalikaua, this government was repre
sented diplomatically and l) the formal visit of
a vessel of war. The question of tcrmimtlng
or mollifying the existing reciprocit) Ircity
with Hawaii is now before congress. I am
now convinced tint llie charges of abuse and
frauds under tint treat) Invcbeencxaggenled.
I renew the suggestions of list scar's message.
tint the treaty lie modified wherever its pro
vinous hive proven unfivonblc to legitinnte
trade between the two countries. I am not
disposed to favor the entire cessitinn of trenl)
relillons which imc lostcrcd gooil will lie
tween the two countiies, and contributed to
ward the erpnhty of Hiwaii in the1 firmly of
Commenting uion the Hiwaihn paragraph
in the message, llie Sacramento Kecord-tJnion
"Concerning the treaty with Hawaii, it is
his opinion tint while the convention tiny be
modilicd wherever it works injur), the aban
donment of the treaty should not lie thought
of. He Is convinced, as must lie all thought
ful citizens who have candidly examined the
milter, tint charges of frauds and abuses
under the treaty hive been cxiggcr.atc.I." And
the Si. I.ouis Cdobc Democrat is thus out
spoken ; "Some of the tariff tinkers who arc
neither free traders nor protectionists have
queer Ideas. A few Ilastern 'revenue reformers,'
lor Instance, denounce the Hawaiian treaty,
.although lint convention Ins diTiie more pro
portionally to secure foreign markets for our
nunuftcturers tin any other experiment tried
since the war."
Some of the most interesting oints have
been summarized as follows:
Notice of the termination of the fi-heries
article of the treaty of Washington has been
given the I'ritish government. The creation
of a commission to consider the question of
American rights to the fisheries is recom
mended. Some further legislation concerning the
arrival of pauper immigrants to the United
Statei, countr) is deemed advisable. Corres
pondence in reference to the proposed abroga
tion or modification of the Claylon-llulwcr
trcatv Ins been continued.
'I lie commission appointed lo investigate the
question ot American xrk in loreign markets,
as procntcil liy llie Hostile legislation 01 uer
man) , Is recommended to the favorable con
sideration of congress.
Kcfcrcncc is made lo the probable psjmcnt
of the bonds on which the national bank notes
arc issued, and a reduction of the surplus lo
the wants of the government recommended, to
prevent the calling in ofWicsc tionds. The
president recommends tne anoiition 01 ail ex
? li.. .. .... tl.n. a i.r. ,1! rt slln.1 ltlm n...
cise taxes except those on distilled liquors, and
a material reduction in the revenue from cus
toms. T he retirement of trade dollars can be ef
fected by authorizing the treasury lo receive
them at a trifle aliovc their bullion valuation,
and this polic) is recommended.
Attention is called to the unprotected con
dition of the Uniteel States sea coast. Among
oilier means of protection congress is urged to
make provision for the manufacture of guns of
the caliber of those now used in Curope, and
to continue the movement already begun to
strengthen the nav).
There is good reason to believe that the law
restricting Chinese immigration has been vio
lated, intentional!) or otherwise, by the officials
of China upon whom devolved the duty of
certifying that the immigrants belong to the
excepted classes. Measures have been taken
lo ascertain the facts incident to llie supposed
infraction, and it is believed that the govern
ment of China will co operate with the United
States in securing the faithful observance of
The reduction of local postage on letters in
cities where the delivery system prevails, to
one cent is recommended.
A rev ision of law s fixing the fees of w itnesses
and jurors in the federal courts is recommended,
with a view to more adequate compensation
for such service.
T he president endorses the recommendation
of the secrctar) of the interior for the repeal
of the pre-emption ami timber culture acts, and
for more stringent law s to prev cnt frauds under
T he attention of congress is called to the
alarming state of illiteracy in orlions of the
countr), and lie again suniniis tne proposition
of extending federal aid to promote primary
education w here adequate prov ision has not al
ready been made.
In respect to Mormontsm, tne lailurc ol
recent measures to suppress that evil is ad
mitted. The present lA-cislature of Utah is
composed entirely of Mormons, who are in
sympathy with the practices the government is
seeking to suppress. ttciavors llie repeat 01
the act upon which the existing government
depends, and the resumption by the national
legislature ol the entire inimical control ol tlic
llie establishment 01 a civil government lor
Alaska is recommended.
A paragraph is devoted to the question of
the control of interstate, commerce, in which
ground is taken in favor of the exercise of the
national ruitliorit) in cases wheie the state gov
ernments arc unable to afford adequate relief.
The decision of the supreme court, by .which
the civil rights law was declared unconsliiu.
tlonal, is referred to with the assurance that
an) legislation by which congress may lawfully
supplement the guaranless made in Ihc four
teenth ainmendinent, will meet executive ap
proval. Kcfoim In the civil service is endorsed,
legislation for the protection ol forests is
urged. The withdrawal from public sale of
this part of the public domain is also advued.
Concerning forest preservation, the president
In my last annua) message I called attention
to the necessity of protecting, by suitable legis
lation, the forests situated Umii the public
domain in many portions 01 111c west, uie
pursuit of general agriculture is cml) made
practicable by resort to irrigitiou, while such
useful irrigation would be inilsossible without
the aid allorded by forests in contributing to
the regularity and constancy 01 sucn suppi) 01
water. During the past )car severe sulfciing
and great loss of property havebven occasioned
by periods of unusually low water in many of
llie great uurs 01 tne country, 1 ncse irregu
larities are hi a great measure causes! by the
removal from about the sources of the streams
in question of llie timber by which the water
supply bad Ins been nuuiishcd and protected.
The preservation of such portions of the forest
on the national domain will essentially contri
bute to the equitable How of imxrtant water
courses, and is of the highest consequence.
In regard to the presidential succession the
following is said t
At the time whefi the present cucutlyv
entered utwn his ofliee. his death, removal, re
signation or inability to discharge his duties
nuum uasc teit toe government wiinouc a con
stitutional head. It is pioluble, of course,
that a similar contint'eiicv mav aealn rise.
unless the wisdom of congress shall provide
against us recurrence, t lie tcnaic at us last
svion, after full consideration, iuecd in act
relating to this subject, which will now. I trust.
commend itself to the approval of both house,
ol congee. The clautc of the constitution on
wlueli mut depend any Uw irgulaling the
piesmcntui succession proems also lor solu.
lion other ouestions of prominent lainottance.
These ipiestioiu relate Jo the proper interpreta
tion of llie phrase " Inability to discharge the
Imwcis and duties of said office.1' Our organic
aw ponidei that when the problem shall
uller from such Inability (he presidential office
tall devolve upou Ihe'vice pcciUcr,i, who was
linn m If under like i ir um tarn is tgii phrc
1 j iiicli litis r-t ingre s mij by la appoint
Inild 1 nrtslil.rtf I lllvr Hrt forll, hilrt,r
roirs interesting inouirics which arc sueecslcd
by thes words nf the constitution, 1 hey were
full) slated In my first communication lo con
gress, and hive fen,.hc subject of frequent
discussion in Hint Imlj.jfll is greatly to lie
booed tint these nmHicnto'trs ouesilonswill find
speedy solution, Iivt an emergene) mi) arise
when a long delay will be iniHssil)lc, and any
determination, albeit the wisest, liny furni
cause lor anxiety ami anrnt.
tin VRrVIFNT.VI RrlflRTS.
Secretary of the Interior Teller ileitis at
length with the Indian question and suggest a
pi in for its solution which may lie summarized
as follows i " Dlsatm the Indian, reduce re
servations to agricultural needs, cease to give
llie Indian rapport In money and goods, hut fil
him out with the tools and stock or llie farm,
furnish him teachers of agriculture and stock-
raising, and give him lo understand that he
must take care of himself." Commenting upon
this an American piper snys : "Of course
this plan Involves looking afier him until he I
able to stand alone, lint experience show
that he can be relied upon very soon, that he
learns rcidil), and is a tractable scholar Nv hen
taken young enough." The secretary contends
tint, as a matter nf economy, his phn will be
of vast advantage, besides forever settling the
whole vexed Indian question. lie rcorts
thai we arc largely Indebted to nuny Indnn
tribes under treaties to pay them sums for con
sidcr.allons we have received, and lo enable
them to establish schools and build dwellings j
"but without a particle of reason or the slight
est excuse Congress has ilchticratcl) refjsed
add cooll) neglected for ) ears lo keep faith
and recognize Its own obligations, Vr must
lie honest lie'forc we. ask the Indian to liedc
Secrctar) of war Lincoln wants the pay of
common soldiers in the United .States Ann) 1
raised at once lo$ 16 a month. He si)s further
that soldiers cmp1o)ed In manual labor ought
to be paid extra. He calls attention to the
forclal condition of the Inrlnir and coast defin
sen of the United Stales and urges upon con
gress the expenditure of enough money to pro
test the most important scawrt lo cities
none of them having, at present, defenses
adequate to withstand the attack of half a
dozen modern iron clads.
Ihc report of the postmaster-general is
target) devoted to giving statistical data of the
various branches of postal service for llie past
)car. The entire revenues of the deputmcnl
for the fiscal )ear ending June 30, iSSj,
amounted to $45,508,695.61. This is an in
crease of over S per cent, nliovc the receipts of
the previous year There were 3,253 postoffi
ccs established during the ) car, and 1,621 were
discontinued. The total number of offices June
30, 18S3, was 47,S63, being an increase of
1,632 over the whole number existing June 30,
18S2, Thefrceilelivery system was in operation
in 154 cities, i2ofwhich wcrcnewl) established
ones, and 3,6So carriers were cmpto)cd. The
total cost of the Irec delivery service was
$3,173,336.51. The receipts for postage on
local , matter in these 154 offices was
$4,195,230.52, miking nn excess of postage
on local matter in those cities having the free
delivery system of $1,021, S91 01. The Star
scrvicefor tSS3cost$ (,739,47s, with77,99S,7S2
miles of annual transportation, aga nst a cost
f $7,321, 199, with 76,070,995 miles or annual
transportation, in 1SS0, being an increase from
tSSoof 1,927,787 miles of transportation and
$2,582,021 decrease in cost. This service is
now all performed under contracts made upon
proposals submitted in response to advertise
Thus the called Jade: "In spcakiiiK
upon this subject we arc placed by the
perverscness of a certain clique which
has the control of various newspapers
in this town in a position of some ctvi-
barrasstnent. liccause the tone of this
paper is friendly to the king and his
ministers, a constant endeavor is made
to represent it as their mouthpiece sole
ly." If you are friendly to the king,
discstcemed contemporary, you can not
be friendly to his ministcis. The king
has not had a friend in the cabinet
since Mr. Preston came out of it, until
Mr. Neumann went into it. And no
one knows that better than you, sir, for
you have been the most subserviant
tool of King Kalakaua's worst enemy.
One must look on other pages for
the Chi istmas greetings the Press would
like to send to all its readers. It
would be rank hypocracy for this jour
nal to assume the virtue of good will
toward all men. The good will of
honest men for thieves is allowable
only after the thief is in limbo or the
crime confessed. To pretend that wc
feel kindly towards all men while the
crime of Kakaako goes on under the
cloak of olhcial sanction, while Hawaii
is disgraced by a high ofhcial who
holds what property he does hold by
jets of common swindling, would be at
once dishonest and absurd.
I I L 1 J I 1 I I II
It is semi officially announced that
England. Germany, America, Russia
and France will participate in the joint
protection of their subjects and in
tcrests in China. The object is to
protect the lives and property of hiiro
pcaiis and Americans. In order to
accomplish this, the five powers of the
world will place gunboats on the Can
ton river, the command of which will
be given to the )ower having the
largest naval force in Chinese waters.
At the present time France has the
greatest number of, cssels there.
A London dispatch to the Sydney
Morning Herald of the 15th instant
sa)sr "Mr. Hunt, late of Samoa, who
had a serious difference with Sir
Arthur Cordon in the lattcr's capacity
as high commissioner, has written a
letter to the Times, in which he advo
cates that the Eiirojiean Powers should
guarantee the independence of native
governments in the Pacific, 'as in the
case of the Hawaiian Kingdom," which
means, apparently, that Mr. Hunt
would like to he the Gibson of Samoa
or some other place.
A Washington diKitcli, dated the
13th instant, says that Minister Carter
caused the arrest of a man who ob
tained money from him under false
pretences. The man is a Honolulan
and was arrested under the name of
Stetson said not to be his real name.
The opposition has opened its case
for )ou, gentlemen of the imposition ;
what have jou to say about it ? Prola
blythat golden silence )ou so effec
tively employ when cornered will be
jour wisest policy now,
A courteous criticism pf the Press'
position on the currency question ap
peared in last Wednesday's Gazette.
It will be replied to anon.
Alfred Tcnn)son, the jioet laureate
of England has been made " liaron
Tennyson Drincourt of Aldvvotth" by
Queen Victoria. " '
The National Tcmiierance Society
ot the Uniteel States )ttiiioi)cd congress
to abolish the liciuor traffic altogctlier.
I'tiofin 1 tifr; ion 11111 tir.i.u or
Arranged for the Ilaviniian Evangelical
Association and recommended to the churches
connected therewith, In accordance with the
custom now prevalent throughout the Chris
tlin world 1
.Sunday, January 6th Sermons on the work
of the Holy Spirit.
Monday, January 7th l'raise and Thanks
giving: for Cod's special providence, Christ's
redeeming liftc and the Holy Spirit's gracious
work; IVilm 1 10; l'hll. 414-20.
Tuesday, January Sth Humiliation and
lonfcssioni for personal failings) for social
viccsj for the secuhr spirit In llie cliurchj for
religious indifference fostering an aimless
skepticism; I'salm 251 licit. .1.
Wednesday, January gth Pri)cr for l'ami
lies and Schools: for greater consistency In the
management of the household; for greater
hdeht) in restraining the )oung from ways that
lead downward, not upward; for special
preparation for the early conversion and for the
Christian training of Sunday-school scholar
and )oung people In general; Isaiah 151 1-19;
I John 31 l-t8.
I liursday, January loth I'raycr for Ihc
f liurcti of Christ: for a iiratetful and earnest
mlnistr); for consecration and co operation of
the whole membership; and for the Divine
blessing on all efforts for salvation from sin;
Isaiah 6 I Cor. 3.
1 riday, January lllh l'raycr for nations:
for the enactment of wise and just laws, especi
ally in regard to the liquoi traffic; for the pure
and honest administration otnitional nnilrssfiir
uniformly conciliatory policy; for the faithful
discharge of Individual duties by citizens and
b) officials; Jeremiah 7; Horn. 13.
Saturday, Jnnuary 12 Prayer for Home ami
Foreign Missions: for Ihosccngigcd in mission
ary work, lint the) may be devotedly ener
getic, united, faithful anil discreet; for all
living in ignorance or in rejection of Christ'
gospel; Isaiah 32; John 17: 1-21.
Two weeks from lo-day will appear the
initial number of the first attempt at .1 I'or
tuguesc paier on these islands in be called
0 Luso'Ilaw.iiiano, the "Portuguese Haw.
aiian." The management has issued the fol
lowing prospectus :
11 is intended to puIiIkJi 111 Honolulu a
weekly newspaper in ihc Portuguese language
under the title of "O Luso-ll.awaliano," lo
commence with the year 18S4. I'rom motives
of economy and for greater facilil) in intro
ducing the new publication it has been deemed
expedient to net in conjunction witli .another
paper and arrangements have been made with
the management of the .Saturday Press b)
which the I.uso-IIawaiiauo will be printed on
the revc.se of the Saturday Press supplement
issued every Saturday morning. Space will
thus be limited but the projectors feel confi
dent that the result of a few month's labor
will warrant an extension of the enterprises a
they are resolved lo spare no effort lo deserve
the support of their fellow country men in an
undertaking which cannot fill to contribute to
the welfare of Ihc colony in the country which
has become their second home. O I.uso
Ilawaiiano will aim at supplying its readers
witli instructive and attractive reading mitler,
and current local and foreign news items
and will be strictly non political. It will at
the same time supply a want which has begun
to be felt that of'reaching our Portuguese
settlers now such an important and rapidly
increasing factor 111 our population by means
oKaiherlutmcnts. 'Ihc intention of the man
agement is lo scatter the I.uso Ilawaiiano
broadcast over the country, without regard,
for the first few months, subscriptions to in
order lo insure bringing it before the notice of
every 1'orlugucsc in the kingdom. All com
munications should be- addressed
I.UI7. M. Gonaoa Da Sii.va,
Office of "O Liiso-Ilawaiiano," 57 Hotel
street, Honolulu, December 23, 1SS3.
1 j 1 . 1
The project has the hearty sympathy of
Commissioner Canavarro and was encouraged
by Mr. Hoffnung. It will undoubtedly help
to fill a literary gap.
The Hawaiian baik Iolani is at the foot of
the I.ikclikc's wharf, discharging coal.
A letter 011 Wailuku Politics is unavoidably
All partiM drsirou. of wcuring llie wnicct of Potm
C.ic.e Contract Laborer under the auf ices of tlio
lloarj of hanuration, are imhcJ to inform the Pro.
item of ilic Hoard, in v. riling, at as early n U a con
vcnlrnl, of the number and cLm oflaboicrs they re
ClIAS. 1. GUI ICK.
MinUter of the Interior,
And .'resident Hoard of lnuni,;ntion,
Interior OiTiie, Koembcr a.?, 1883
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works, -
Honolulu, July 3, lSSs.
All itersont ha ing Water I'rivileges are notified lint
their W'atkk Katm are italic tveiAi annu-ill), In ad
vince, at the office of the bui-erintcndcut of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanuu Mrcct, uon the i&t day of
Januir and July ofiuchear, C H. WILSON,
115 tf SupcrintuidLiit Water Woik.
A Succesvful House! A Successful House I A sulk
Ing Instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods way Is
alfordcd by the Leading Milinery House of Charles J
I-ivncl, corner tott and Hotel streets. The I'roprlttor
Mr. Itvhellias ociiulrcd the art of IwlJing custom. An)
Dry Goods Houmj can, bj freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; but tu hold them, amI enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and I lU rainy.
Goods muit be marked down nud sold for what they
are! never misrepresent an article, 1 hat is the iolicy
of Charles I, Hhel, and itiat i-olicy las made the Ann
one of the greatest in its line, on tne leading tliorough-
faie of Honolulu. Ihe leading Mlllmerv Store of
Charles J, ichelf U to Honolulu what Macy'a Islu
NcwVork, Choilcsj lUhel makes a specUlt) of Mil
liner), XlT Tlic Hots lv one of (hesUhts of theclii.
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
ANNUAL FOR 1884.
Witt. DK KKADY rOK DELIVERY
NI.XT MONDAY. AT NOON.
Parties detirinz a number of conies for inaitmf iter
Alameda w ill plea leave order whUh will ie served
Pilce, (tcrcup), joes. ; uft by in-vil abroad, Co cs.
TUOS, 4L Til HUM,
pRE8H GARDEN BEEM.
NtW GARDEN SLLDS,
ju4 received, vx AtuuevL
in all tU v arUtks of VegttU and tower, suiuUt for
Li climate, at
TUOS. (I, TltUVM'H
t'vrl Htrtet Stttrr.
a. TsisSPHoms co.
Tb ANNUAL MLITIINC pf ih, SioeVUJdei. of
llur iuiiuui ihu ltl lAj. villi b hekl on
t'IIUK!l)i, JAN, jrd. u . r.u, at lb. Cow
luny't-uose. ejusen tliesl, Is llw UclL, ofuluceit
anu Ksusrai imMuesa.
, A. th S S A(.MF Imvm on
.Memliid, the Mill by her llltls nl
4 OU.OCK, mi, runsTm'i jam utt
nl ihc I'ostOffirt will he open from I till 4 r.u. of
A t.STR t KTTriC ItAfl will !. Wnf nrn mr it.
momtnjz of tier smlhfr, fmm yi till 8. a. si,, lo
reetire hie letters, on width an luliluionil fee of
1 Cetils (3 cents) on each Idler must I .
No 1,1, frs swill be rrghteml on WeilnevUy
Monunx for tlie Altmeda.
Mnit Ommrai on the United S tes will be Itsueil
on MonJ.11 anil luesdir, but Nor or VV'miNtStMs,
II. M. vVllli.NKV, I'ostiruvsitr Citnend.
Post Office, UmmIhIii, Dee 8, iM).
Dl-SObeMIONSADOrriMIIIV rilK HOARD
IX O TMK
HAWAIIAN I.VANCH'.t.lCAI. ASSOCIA I ION
On Tim Death or tint llciv I'. CI. IU11-
VV terras, In die prnvidenre of Ood, death h - removed
iroin mtionir us one ol olte numtier, w ho, until wlllnn
a few weeks c f his tlerense, wi a irolninent memler
of this IIoasJ amlmir treasurer from lis nrtftnlra
lion, it Is befitting that we II to mlml the recunl of
by none years and place tiiion our mi mies nn etines
slisn of our esteem Tor otir !rottier, our Hi)reeislIon
of hi se Ices, ami our ikt ow in the liereivement
llos I'iiwim Oscar llAeL was thoroughly n mis
ionr man, one ever interested In the iiroKrcsj of the
Muirdum of ChrUl, and who. e rivers were unceas
ing for lis entiling Cunsecriulni himself to the mis-slon?-y
woik he lindeil uion Ihesc shores, June 6,
1835, two )easliefure Iheg eitrevivnt,hieoniein) wnh
the late Kev. Iitus Coin Mr Henry Dimoml, Iheir
wbes Miss Drown, nnil Miss Hitchcock, lie hi. I
Cotne tonld inputting the printed Ulge lulu the hands
of this Hawaiian intion, nml ns 1) rclorof the Mis-
In Mitrlnteml llie
pontine of the first eihtioli of lite lltwiuvi tulle of
ss. 11 wns n s inirneqi
ropiet, of which llie finishitut sheet wasMl.tck,
May 10, 18 in," nml tl second edition of loiomorebcfure
llie ckise of 1340.
Although many) ssngohis direct connection Willi
die American Mission ami lis res terminated, yet
ilurlng nil the pist (pis erof acenlury he lias shown
an tindmteil Interest in the ptibhcillon of the Scrip
lures, esH-c!allv In the lingifges of Micronesia.
Willi lleasiire we II to mind the ren'iiiess Willi
which he fi e,l the proinj I publication of po lions of
eric (nine loan is scriptures, ni noon nseterthe)
were'rea ly for llie press. His desire Ihit the heathen
should hsse the Word of Coil without ue s w - most
sciiumloiis enre which Mr. Hall ever look
of ou- funds we need not rieak. 'j he strictest integ
rity was unceasingly excrclficd, nml the Hawaiian
churches full) trusted him.
None but those nssnctlleil wilh htm In the re.nnti.l
bility of the dishuiscmerit of trust funds will cer know
how conscientijtlsly he urged the most economical use
thereof, and how general!) excellent were Ins views
ill these matters, ami how much the nssociat Ion owes
to him the fact that it wns never in debt.
I mpliiticaitv wis Mr. Hat the friend of the l!a
watlan mmiomries. None were more slow to teisi
judgment of censure, or lo recall an) one of them from
iiiciureign lieu, wnen oc stou seemed 10 require, in
chllv Inward ihem wns e creat.
wecainot close Oils mtrtite wit'iotit mauling lo the
K eat punttuaht) at the con.tint altendsnie ugion, and
the close attend in in the rcgul- t and ft)iccil! meetings
of on Hoard, an 1 of those committees of which he was
memtier 1 ind with nil the more 1 ensure it,i we
ftjicatc of this In view of his declining strength n his
advancing )ears, and hojv it wis only this )car that
ne icu constrained 10 rentjrn niiriosrion 01 ireasi-er,
which he hid held fur so long a lime.
We hill ftee his f ice no more In 01 councils. We
shall hear no more his words of wisdum, and no longer
ihVlwebeablc to avail ourselves of his wide experience
In misMuuir mailers. Itut the memory of our brother
will rem nit, and the lesson of faill fulness which we
should lelill from his life wc would li Ive evernbidina.
(Signed) HlKAM ItlNCMAM,
S. 1 . IllSlKII,
lALE OF SEATS.
'Hie SLIPS and SEAIINGS ofihe torn- Street
Council will lie sold at the Church on next MONDAY
r.VHNlNO, the jist ins-nt, nt 7.30, i.M
SUURUAY HVLNINC, IlLX. 39,
r.M. C'wl. Hull.
IVoctciU for the puntnc of a piano for the Oihn
Vi t !.
Overture Ciliph of llagi'-nt, ..Hositdien
Honolulu bjinphony Club.
Trio Tlic Violet Cur.hman
Mrs. Judd.Mrs. Cruin, Mrs, Ilanford
'Irio Piano, Clarinet, and Vioh. ,, , ,. Mozait
Mi Castle, Mfessr Kraft and Marque.
Song Within this Sacred Dwelling. , , . . , Moiart
Piano Solo Gavotte , , .,.,, . ,. ,Capcn
Rondo I wo Pianos.. . ,
Miss Cattle and Miss Horpcr,
. . Chopm
lb. Now Ma Again f accoinp'iu't
Mrs. Hinford, Mrs. Cruiiu, Mrs. Hrov i,Mrs Judd
Duett Pnno nnl Violin. .. . , tRo-senliain
Miss Castle and Mr. Van kl ley.
Angels Seranado .Millard
Les Regrets., ........ , Fancouier
bjm phony Club.
Doors open at 7; entertainment commences at 730
Tickets to lc had at the lnwk stores.
A LECTURE ON ELOCUTION
WILL IK 1ELIFKKU
At the y.MC.t.
On Mtimlai Kvenhm.
I Ins lecture hit In slten In eierj rlly In the
Aiifclralun Colomet, anil has U-cii ilchvered before the
Clergy, leuehera, and Ihousantlt of Sehuul Clilld ell li
lecture to coiniiienco at a quarter lo 8, thare
AJnilislin Kutv CtNTS.
T" M, CROWLEY
DIM, CHOVVI.LV (formaly at Hunt') hating en
tered Into uttnerhli with UK. HUlilt IIASIIL, lit.
new firm will Ui knoun at
, ,, Kino Stmit,
)li.itit. Whiluian & WfUht't.
Hvery ilcscrl4loii U 1'iirniiur. at lowest lalct and if
reijulreu; on luiui ra)lncnl.
il Silk, llomlialr, mitt uhei romtnet,
fauM (uo urwu.
Flegant rowings and liluuuinja.
IS1 Se.th "UOSrON" and "CIIAI.I.ENCE"
IM, KIXU MTHMCT.
?0R SA1CHKI.S -and FANCY UVSKETS.cal
at A. l. all.LI.IS. ia Ion Uieol.
A KllSilC h"IAIIONEKY, In great variety, at
f lOi.O. lllKUMSIormrtsri
RllblV MATERIALS (Windsor a Nt.lon'.)
la chI ur watcx-swiar; rUtutu Canvas. uc al
Nolle Is herebv clsen Ihnt the Untlersleneil lisve
NI.SS AC1KNI.S In I lonnlulii, II I , nn.1 that Iheir
Imslness hereafter will lie eomlneted umler the firm
name of VV hrmas Asueiv.
J. H. VVISUMAN,
W. O. ASIU.rY.
"onirrii r stanp, nrviinto wr rAtt.'
thr oiiv nrroeriiiri,
OKNKKAI. IIUSI.NI.bS AtlKNIS
in the llawaiiin Kingdom
tlienewfirmtake crenr pleisureln sjillntt lo die
nesss community nnii llie public generally llnl Ihc)
lined up one of the tlcRinc ground lloors in the
NI.W "CAMI'lllt.l," HM.-l'KOOr
OS! MERCHANT STRCItr, llllrinLl Ll,
wnrre iney win ronuuci meir uiiMiicn ncicancr mm
l mm! hippy to we their lulron and fnendi, (relink
. 1 .1 11 1... it 1 t L...r..
atMirnl that all omtneM loniattiin will i Qjtuiitcteo
by Ihem In nery pnrllculir In the lt of their aluhf),
and on the intnl nawmaUe Im-.Ii.
UFLLS, FAHCi, tt CO ,
HANtltAI U ST. J(l , AND CHICAfiO, M R INOTON, &
(JUINCV KAII, hllAhS,
NRAL tSTATH AND KMPIOVMKNT,
MITTl'AL IIFR IftSUKANCI. COMMNV OK NRVS VOBk,
CITY Of LONIK1N FIRR INSUKANCK COMPANY.
ilimnr Itroht v, Jloitrff Ihohrit
Iff Stieclal attention In the followinir denittinent
will Im? our aim, and we invito )our cirefulprruaU
Wells, Fargo, & Co. General Porwardtnff and
We deliver letter, iiacknccs!, ti.irctli. and iimncv all
over the world ; enl orders direct la our agents like
wise to be filed nnd returned, Ship throtiKhout the
United butcs and forefiicountrien merchandise, cunoa,
etc., from the Kingdom. &4T Alwajs ndviie jour
friends abroad lo M.nd pirceU, pneknge., tinnortant
letter, and moncv to ou tnrouzh WKL1.. h ARCO.
K LO, wtiose agencic are established hi all large cities
on the globe. Don't consider the exnse when send
ing lurougn ui, as wl wimi iuiKn 1 1-.1.
bA n&h AO'MON in eery iiauicular, nnd hold OUK'
SI. I A' Kb Kl.Sl'ONMllLl.ii.al our titulLrtaklugs.
Agents for the Hannibal & St. Jo. and Chicago,
Burlington, & Quincy Rail Roads.
These Roads are the most comfortable and inciting
roads going e w. Tourist will find the bcenciy, the
1'al ice C trs, the billion Kcstaurims along these roads
niovt Initing and superior; and letters will be gneii to
all irwellcrs and louruttv going ciiher a lirt 01
kccoikI class nashengers to ihc IVincipal Agent In Sin
1 rancisco. who will take ntvecnl pains lit makinc oi
actiuiinted with railway ofrittalt througli letters, so that
Jour trip will lcinot enjoyable to the end
Real Estate Agents.
AVe buy and sell Real Lta,te
Inalljiaits of the Kingdom beirch records ; and at
tend complete) to every Lranch in selling real and
leiMrhoId proieriY. Our office will contain inapt of
nil jdoperties left in our charge. We mike a sociality
in collecting rents, keeping premises in repair, pajing
and discharging tixet, water rates, andcfTccting In
surancLS Owners of proi-erty bh uld lear in mind
tint we will relieve them from giving their attention
to property, cuiraitteeing at all limes to act wilh care
for a iioinin-u consideration for services 111 this denart
ment. Rooms c.rttages, nnd mansions to let at all times
on application to us.
We supply all kind of Help,
IJoih male and female in all the various branches of
industry on these Island. Aceuts. Planters, and
Merchants generally should notify us when vacancies
exivt, as we win iiirutsn 113 ucip sucn as cicrks, sr'cs
men, Ih.oU keepers, mcrhimcs, or laborers, unless well
recommended to us. Chinese servants and female ser
vants v ill lie supplied to families at short notice, for
which a nominal cotnussion isexacteu.
Life and Fire Inturance Acenti.
t Wc feel it a duty to call every man's attention (par
ticulirly n in.iu of fnnly) to keep hi life inured for the
teueiit oi ins tnmii), whohooiten are iicpenucnt uon
hi-r labor for their upport, ounjf men and mechanic!
woulel find it the most pleasant dutj of their lives to
take out a nolicv on the " I on tine" ttrlncinlc. when in
a fiw jcars they wilt have tufiiacnt fundi to engage in
business u u n a neat capiui 10 oacK menu vt e iu ite
you to call on us hen we will take tleaun; In tllut.trat
" to ou how bcnelicial it is for your welfare to be In-
Uerv man wlio owns oropcru sliouM reiucm1cr that
M 1 ire, ' that grim mceiificr, often makes the nth or
well to-do, ixir and poicrtyttuckeu. lct this be a
warninj; to )ou ; and cull on us at once and protect
ourtencs agaiimt losi.
Monoy, to Loan, from tlOO to 910,000
on flrstolu aeourlty
Custom House Brokers.
We have made sieclal arrangements whercbv we can
enter ioodsathe cutom Iioumi through power of at
tome), and we call upon all merchants and Uorckeepett
tu m ike us their agents at once. Our charges for this
work, are very reasonable, and wc will enter good,
pay and discharge freight and dutv bills, and deliver
jour goods direct to jour places of butinc in promt t
order. Merchants and storekeeiicit will find this of
great advantage tuthciu iu every waj.
General Business Agents.
Our lone acuualntauco with the business community
is well known, and we invariably kecii inviolate all bui
lies matters of a private narure, lluitncss mtu who
will intrukt tneir continental nutters to us mayaiwajs
fitt I a( In ui dounr. Westadv Ihe Intertj.ts uTour
clients at Till times, and advIeou all business topics
carefully, buwrd on our beit judgment.
In Ihe General Uu-uness I)c)artment wa attend to
evtrrjthii.fi in the commcKUl line, such as the follow
I ifft vlf t iks and Accounts kept and adjusted accu
rately, neatly, and satisfactorily 1 Hills collected
piumpi!) , nnd proceedings taken against debtors when
compulsion is rc(urcd for a speedy settlement ; Legal
papers of eveiy description, such as deeds, bomU, iim
gages, bills of sale, leases, wills, tarttiershtp paper,
elu, drawn. A1h, Advcrtisemeuis, Notice, Articles,
Cum mimical tuns and Corrcsnondence wtlllen Also.
Mcuiorlall drafted and engruiUcd, Drafts, Notett, liillt
of lvc range, I tiers of Credit, and Hanking Milters
generally atleuueu lo.
ALL ORDERS HOM 'UiU VARIOUS
Tit in u,11l roratva iinilnlJht. Wm fin tuirrlnta a.
th. losvest uurket ralet and mueli more teaHinaUly than
you ran, and w. Injst everjthing Urur. nn buy, and
therefor, it It to ) our Interest lo lend sour older, to
nt, at w. then beeom. tetjionutte, and tli tinaa com
mission ou iy ut U lett than uhal )our (mrthasea
auHMint to, Uiylni: at )ou hai. Ikch doinif ducel.
fir Alt corretiiondcnc. lu u. m. lake ijeaturo In
antMciinjE wutioui utuy.
VV. invite .very on. lo inspect our new and
tuaeiout esTicel, "d " u.' "I"".'"
nieiiit uoiklng under a tvatnuiic rul.
..hi. auiaantt, teiuial Uiion and NtHUl
. ailanlai; for conduetlng uir ,huli, fe.l
lul Ih. cwniuuiiliy at Ur. IU welcuni. tuih
a LensucUl luuilullon at w. hit. nlaUithcsl,
kn lU want of all euy to tui.uliesl by
Yuen MOtr ciaauiaNT Sa.VANTt,
llrHtml JIhIh. AichU,
CAM WELL'S NtW PLOCK,
PO. Van, jit. laitriiuNi, i;j.
' 1' S. Our Chruimat and N.w Yur't Hook. ar.
i.ady : and on apolmlion u( by Wller . wilt (mtu
or ttiui you oosv
UK. WISEMAN and MR. ASIILLY dttlr. to
THANK lt fUULIC (toerally for iheU bUral
pWtsMia. beMoned uuiutle wluk wparaltly coa.
aml'iug buMoett U Mj.4uIu m Ceutnl fhwaett
Aaenit and thty liust Liberal Saai. U fatrouat. h
UtaNew fiiuiiutU tulurt.
pvCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
1 he New and t lecsnt Steamships
M.IHII'VSA aiut AIjAMEDA
Will leave Honolulu and ?n rrancisco M follows t
StAstrrvsA . Sin Frinclseo, Oclolr it
VtAMrost Honolulu, October ijih Noon
Alamkiia Sin Francisco, Ociolier t$ih
AbAVtituA , I lonolnlu, November in Noon
Passengers msy have their names brioled iu advsnee
by applying at the office of the agents,
I received fiee of storage In the company' new ware
aiercriAmuse iniendeil lor shipment ry mis line, wu,
nonse, ami receipts issued lor same insurance on
merchandise, whifst in the warehouse, will teat owners'
WII.I.IAM 0 IRWIN k Co., AjentJ.
ravljlc Malt X. S Vo.
For Sin Francisco 1
City nf IVitinir ......On oralwui NovemWr to
City of New York On or 1 ou t NovetnUr 19
Atutriln.. . On or alwut November 1 7
Zcahndui ... On i-f altoul DecemU? j
City of Sdney On or about Janinry to
For Auckland Ami Sydney t
Alindu . t.t On or olmtt Oitotwr aB
City of Sjdnf).. ..'0n 1 aUml December I
Atistrah-v iitiiinOn or about December so
elAitdn. . On or alioiit January t6
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
MNi: OK SIKAMI'RK.
llATRS ........ ..Commander
Will run regutirty for KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.:
t November 9
Tueulay. .. November a
luevlay... . I)ecemhcrii
Armes nt Honolulu at 5 ji.ni.
'I ur st liy ,
I ues fay,
Onolier i6Tueviiy ,.,No'
26 1 tritl iy
1 ties, lav
Cimeron comminder, Irives Honolulu every Tues
day at 5 p in for NiwiIimiIi, Knlci, Kleele, and Wal
mei, KiuiL Returning leaei Nawitiwih every
The tlamvs Makee,
Kreemin comminder, leive Honolulu ev-ty Thurs
day, at 3,pm for kapu and Kilauea. Herurn
ing feives Kiuii every Tutsdvy at 4 p.m 1 and tftuch
iiii( at Wntaute Ulli wavs.
The V. It. ItMiop,
Davis commander, leiyes Honolulu every Tuesday
at 4 r.M. for Kukuuiale. llonokaa, and Paauhau. Re
turning arrives at Honolulu every bunda morning
v. uniin r.n .t coiivia'1 Agent.
Merctiandiie received Storage (rce; and literal cath
advances mide on shipments b this hue.
TIME TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
This sleimerwill leave Honolulu each TULSDAY
at 4 p. xt , touching at Iihun 1, Maalaea Hay, Maken
Mahtikoua, Kawaui-ie, Laupahoehoeaml Hilo.
Returning will touch at all the above ports, arriving
at Honolulu each SUNDAY morning.
ACIPIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
I-OU SAN FRANCISCO,
llie Splemlid Steamship
orrr or svdxjci
SUAIIUKY , L'omnuuiJ.
will lease Honolulu for San Franciseo
On or About Sunday, January ttOtk
'OR SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
llie Spleiiilit Steamship
AU H Til A X I A ,
(1III.ST.. . ..,... ..,.... Commander
On or about ..Daoanatar SBtk.
'I he agents here are now prepared to itsue tLkett to
San I- ranci&co ainl return for $nj, the round trip.
Goixlt for shipment per steamer can now be uored,
free of eliaree, tu the fire proof warehouse near the
ror freight or passage, apply to
i;i 11. HACKrELD & Cee, Agents.
pOR SAN UtANtlSCO.
'llie A l ltaikenltna
PEKRY.MANN , Matter
Quick Dlapatoh for tka tkn lar
For freight or passage, apply to
174 td II. UACKFLLD & CO , Agtnu.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
The clipper llarkentlne
n: ji. jtiMotrv,
Quick DUpatok for tka Akf. 9ft.
(or freight or tasiage, apply to
6) WM. 0. IRWIN Co., Ag.Dti.
An elegant prestrallon for SOFTF.NINQ TK
SKIN, ami lleaulifyiug the Complealou.
I'rcpaitd only by v ' t
Jt.HMiH, Mmtlk,, Cm.,
(Jutt arrives! from Kurop.)
Btrjr urf Trnumf WnSi,''
" tor lailtstilail, apply to
M, N.IL'Jfi'JIeti. 4 VO.
OTICB OP REMOVAL.
, Note 50 and Kiua StMar,
Hat beta KEUOVKU la ik '-fLftni firmitf u4
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