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.JANUARY j, iS4
Mis King's Kintlergftiten, im Nuimnu
klrict, will re-opn next Morula;
'I lie naltTf police Imr trWe-i nwitljr $JfO
1 1 1 lie fumls f Kaiimaknpiti (.rrarcri.
Nutwc, mi ice " retnimlrrl lh tlilMty
.luring the fek Ihul the it wmli IhvI tem
porarily nifKll mafcetnetit.
I he lentrrtr Intittttlc will meet tm'Mrmthty
ami Ttierly of neat week At Y. M. C. A.
Kail. Session will Ix-gln at to A M.
The following are the officer elect of llie
I'll ilic I lime Company t A. II. ltaKiira.ii,
fufi man; I-'. Matrhon, iwwHtanl-fotenHint W.
J While, ecietat)j I), Ilatrrwii, liensuter.
Iasl Wednesday was Queen Kmnia' birth
day Her lioine ami ground were thrown
open In her friend, ami a large nunilir"Kl
Ihclt resKU In both afternoon nnI emilng.
I iirt Street school open on Wednesday,
the 9th instant. Parents intending to semi
beginners, nic respectfully requested hy the
principal to have them present on the alios, e
Tlic new officers of the Wothlngincn' Union
are as follows i ., V, Squire, president;
! May ami J. Cool, sice-presidents; l. M
(. lowley, treasurer; Clorge Cavanagh, J. Cook
niul (i. i'.. Sherman, cxccutltc committee.
Mr. Daniel I.son has retired from the
busine management of the Advertiser. I te
has announced that he will shortly liegin the
pulillcation of n new dally ami weckl) paper
in Honolulu to !c Issued escnings.
Katnie is coming ngain lo the front. Mr.
( . C. Coleman has secured, within Ihc (Ktst
week, siilisctiptlons aggregating $lo,Soo, to
wards forming a joint flock company for the
cultivation of the plant and the ptcur.ithm of
One of the finest looking saddle hones in
the city is the hcautiful white horse Mateppa,
recently drought down from Ihc toast It) Mr.
J K. Porter. The effect of his beauty Is
heightened when he is tidden h) his fair
owner, Missjosie Porter.
The Press missed a splendid opportunity to
win the approval of its lady friends, list week,
hy neglecting lo adsisc the joung men of the
Manage to make their New Vcar's calls
promptly, not to stay loo long at any one
place, and not to drink anithing stronger than
An cssa) and dcliatc on how to get rid of
the Chinese engaged the time ami attention of
llie Wbrkirtgnieii's Union last Thursday night.
Mr. '.. V. Squires was the evsajist. Mr.
Squire's sievs lute already lccn gicn lo the
public in a pamphlet. A writer from Knliala
discusses lite subject in another column.
At the annual meeting of Ihc Chinese
I hurch last Wednesday evening, it was slated
that 29 mcmlivrs had been added lo tlje church
during the past ear. Klev.11 of tliw were
eonvertcil to Christianity on these islands.
Two of the Christian Chinese arc supporting
schools in their native villages In China. One
hundred and one Is the present resident
"A. U," an unfortunate contributor so the
Press, having been most cruelly sat upon by a
brother critic In last .Monday V AJurtiscr, has
declined to criticise the to List performances
of tin.- llandmann combination. As the
dramatic writer was unable to attend cither,
they must go iincrilicisesl. Humor hath it
that each was a success. The Gazelle,
Ad crtiscr and llullrtin base all sjiokcn well
of tlic performances.
A gentleman of this city is responsible for
the statement that: "The .ondon Times said
that one hundred thousand drunkards base
been reclaimed through the marsclous in
lluencc of IVKneM'i drama, The Woman of
the People or the Horrors of Drink.' " If the
statement be exact and there Is no reason to
doubt it temperance eople of Honolulu
ought to rally to its support next Thursday
(selling, It will be given by the llandmann
combination with some amateur support.
Tlic foreign money order s) stem was inaugu
rated on New Vcar's Day, when the lirst batch
of eighty.aes.cn orders, sat)ing in size from $2
to $50, wrus sent off. The .-image of the
whole was $24. This is probably a larger
average than future mails will show, as quite
a numlicr were new ) car's presents of $40 to
$50 each to friends at home. The average
site of the money orders between New
Zealand and the United Slate Tor the first
jcai was $lS, and it will be about the same
It is to be regretted that lectures in Hono
lulu should lie to generally neglected, cs
IKcIally when lor Ihc U-ncfit of some
mctitnmus object. This was nuticcable on
Monday night at Mr, lktndmann'a lecture 011
elocution, at the V. M. C. A. hall. As an
elocutionist, Mr. llandmann osseea some
excellent traits. He has a weiful and
sonorous voice. He has evidently paid much
attention to the meehanieal essentials of his
art, and well illustrate- the degree of pro
ficiency which may be acquired by patient
training, in that very graceful and iatixlvc
art, reading and speaking-even b) one
whoic vernacular Is not P.nglish.
Mr. Max Knhn has painted as a sign a pic
ture of the landing of rvamctumeha I. at YVai
kill. The great Hawaiian warrior is repre
sented much as he appear In the statue. He is
unrounded by women who arc supplicating him
to spare their babies. A great many men are
wading ashoic from canoes, and a lively light
I pusgiesilng on shore. The king looks well
and so do some of the other (tropic. All
critics might find much in the picture to 1;
jtrost about; but such criticism would be un
just, as Mr. Kohn don not himself consider
the picture a work of ait. llie subject is rcr
tainl) a goil one, and Mr. Kohn has made an
died he rrntie pine for what nuy become a
The secretary of the llethel Sunda) School
ha furnished the following pattlcuUisof its
annual ienl. The ofiicci c( the school am
Mr. II, A. i'ahnlce, auperlntcmlcut; Mr. H.
1. Dillingham, assistant superintendent! Mr.
J. O, Carter, Irravuicij Mr. L. A. Slocklcy,
acsiiUi); Mr. William Clatl, libraiiar.. Ml.
Claik ha lecn librarian of the school over
twenty-one )eats, and his efficient conduct of
what ha been in attractive library, is thought
tit Father Duuou to be one reason for the
iwpuliiity of the school The cUw lias
thirteen teacher. The average attendance)
for the )ear lo li-vn one bundled ami twenty,
ami higlictl uuuiUt present on any one Sun
' Jay, one huaJml iinl Citj-iU.
I mm am ing llie last lot of South "sea
I -landers er the 1ImM, i were forwarded
to the Htm of A. IJfhjale A Co., Itnpattoe
hoe, wlto Iwve alrnrty met wilh a imrlejsl arkl
thrillirte; history. THy were forwanled pr
schooner Moi, and in Une time arrlrcrl al their
ileMrtMlrnn, where, Irowerer, they refaiwl lo
tarxl, l)in(! 'veil enntetit with lite ene ami
plnly of awcri a yachllnf; life, ami evldcnll)
rHK relklting thr active tontine of plantaikm
ilflllen. In due time, however, by mean of
CHnn ami tempting promise on the pari of
the native crew of the aelmmwr, they were
prevailed on to reunite their scanty clothing
ami go anhore. Tliey were Icmpotaril) placed,
wltlmtit restraint, in a home near the landing,
and spent the day in ret and such simple
amusements a please the mind of Ihc ignorant
urtytje, Tosvatrl tilflhtfitll Ihey ellmbeil wiine
of the encnannt tree near and secured a
couple of eoernnut apiece, which, it etim,
they eorwWerevI ample olore for an extended
vtijikge, for next mornlns it was fmnxl llrat
tliey 11 itlmppearisl in the night, crwtlng off
all clothlnej, ami taking with them two canoes
which Ihey had douhtleM seen l)ing on the
Iwach .1 they landed. Whither they had
gone ws a queslion no one ctnild answir ( the
M wit (month and the weather clear, but
nolliins could lie en of them, even with n
gla. Towards cvenins; a very heavy swell
et in front the north, anil next morning three
of the mrMing "niggera" lurneil up at Ilaka
lau, having landed through the breakers some
time during ihc night, the canoe being a total
wreck, 'llie remaining three, as near ns
could be made out from their expressive
gestures, Intd been upet and drowned, a ver)
likely though unfsitunile termination of so
daring an adventure. A native was then
secured to bring back (he survivor to Laupi
hoehoe, but the) refused to come, and one ran
away, or v disHHcd of himself ilia1 he could
not, be found. At length, with much difficulty
and with a new outlit of clothing, the two
final survivors were got under way, hut had
not proceeded far when Ihey rebelled, tore off
their clothing, vhich they scemeil to regard as
a hateful tiadge of civilization, and laid out
their custodian In so lively a manner that he
had lo call in help, and with difficulty sub
dued them to the extent of accepting the gift
of a shirt apiece and his guidance for the rest
of the way. They have since been sent lo
Ookala, where there are others of their race,
which, it is hoped, will render them more con
tented, and where the facilities for sea vojages
arc not so abundant. In the meantime the
unlucky natives arc wondering who is going
to pay for the canoes. A later account s.i)s:
"1 he missing South Sea Islanders, the daring
navigators of tlic high seas, who suddenly de
parted from I.aujiahochoe some lime ago,
taking two canoes, are now found to be, most
of them, living in llie wood back of llakalau,
where the) exist like wild lieasts untameablc
b) man in a atate of nature. They continue
to show n fondness for making midnight raids
On the native canoe houses." Meanwhile tlic
planter to whom Ihey arc contracted is study
ing over the question as to how they can fairly
be called "lalmr;" wondering how-the) were
secured and how he is ever going to get his
money lack. " Could not the Working MenV
Union do something for these or di-gradcd
heathen ?" asks a correspondent on Hawaii.
Jir itlhrr lnliDtilm.
"The grand old majestic mountains, Mauna
Lai and Mauna Ke.i are again covered with
the beautiful snow, and present a truly beauti
ful appearance, which all llilo appreciate
most fully, Snow looks more beautiful a long
distance off than close by," quoth a corres
pondent. llilo was surprised December 18th to see
Ihc steamer C. Is. llishop came into port.
She left the same day. She brought with her
Ihe mail which was very, acceptable. She
deserves thanks, as well as the post office
department. She also brought Mr. Thurston,
who was very desirous of being in llilo as soon
Steamers are becoming quite common along
the coast of Hawaii. The following is the
"Marine Ilulletin" of Laupahochoc: "Lvcning
of Dccemlier nth, steamers W. II. Kccd and
I.ikelike; evening of the 12th, steamer Kinau ;
evening of the Ijth, steamer Kinau; evening
of the 14II1, steamer Likclike." A deep toned
whistle al any unearthly hour of the night
produces no alarm nor indecil any great
curiosity, and steamer day ! no longer a
There was a most interesting Christmas cn-
taimncnt at llilo on the evening of the 23d
ultimo. A gushing report of it, unfortunately
too long or publication, ha lieen received.
The various classes of the llilo Sunday school
participated. There were also recitations by
Miss Cora K. Hitchcock, Miss Clracc Porter,
and Mr. I.cvi I.vnian ; a reading by Hcv, W,
II. Olcson; an address by Itcv. K. P. linker.
The church was lieautifully decorated with
mottoes and cs ergrcens.
The S. S. City of .Sydney, hence, airivcd at
Auckland Deccinler 26th.
The American barkentinc Discovciy is al
the old Custom House wli.arf.
The steamship Mariposa will lie due from
San Francisco on Wednesday next.
The Hawaiian bark Iolani is discharging
coal from Canlilf at the P. M. S. S. wharf.
The American baik Abbie Carver, cleared
from New York Dccemlier loth for this irl.
The llrilish bark 1-ady Lampson arrived at
San Krancisco Dccemlier 10th from this jxnt.
The American Itaikentine Jane A, Kalkin
burg is at Sorenson's wharf, loading for San,
At the Usplanade the American lurk Hope
ami tern Dora llluhui are discharging cargoes
The American baik Spartan is at anchor in
the ktream. She will tail for Hongkong early
The American baikmtine Ilinuu Claudina
sailed from San Francisco December 1S1I1 for
The American brlganllue John I). Spictkcls
tallest from San Francisco Dccemlier I si for
The American baik DMnorc it at the I-lkc-like
wharf, loading for San Francisco, to vail
early nel week.
The American btikcnlinc Pla I at Ilrcwei
A. Co.' wharf, loading for San Francisco, la
ail in a few day.
The American lem D, S. William sailed
from San Francisco Dccvmliei list for Fuicka,
a laid lumber fur Honolulu,
The Hawaiian baik Kale is al Ihc foot of
Steamship Likclike wliaif, discharging a inl
cellaucout cargo from llrcinen.
The American luikentlnc W. II, Dimoml
i al the Oceanic Steamship wharf, loading for
San Francisco, to tail early next week.
At Allen i Kobiiwui' vvlurf, the American
baiktntlnc Amelia is disclaiming a Cargo of
lumber. She will icluin to the .Sound In a
f ftrsfmrtt nf Jiitn
On ( hnstmas 1 ve the Sumli) school chil
, , ,, , . ,, , , , I
dren of the I orergn Church at llilo, with
their rmrwu and friend, asseniblnl at the
ermtt hrwsse ltall where there hail been eretttd
an extra large Chrhtma tree--loaded wilh
choke present for almost every one who at
tend the church ami -Sunday seliool. There
had alto lieen erected n fine representation of
an old-fashioned chimney and fire place wilh
tongs, etc , with candle burning on chimney
shelf. CIkiiIct II. W. Hitchcock appeared a
Santa Clair, dressed in character a repre
sented in pictures, and nude a ver) good one.
A novel feature of the evening was a group of
lniy and girls, seven In number, and from five
to twelve )eor old- P-rnest I.yman, Hose
Kittrrdge, Maud Killredge, Morris Kittrcdgc,
Mather I.vmn, Nellie I.ltson, Allie Arnold
singing an ode to old Sanla Clans. 1 hey then
proceeded to hang their stockings iqion the
shelf. 'Ihe eldest had a letter which he had
written to Santi Claus, accusing him of par
tiality the year previous, ami telling him their
want, 1 he) all agreed that it was good, and
it wa placed in one of the slocking. After
shivering with cold, nodding and yawning from
slecliiness, and having learned b) telephone
that Santa Clau was unusu.ill) bus), and
would lie late in getting there, the) in their
night robe marched single file lo bed. Soon
n jingling of bells, a great shaking of the tem
porary fire place, and to the astonishment "f
all, Santa Clau landed in the middle of the
fire place with great bustle. He gathered
himself up with his huge pack, ami after
examining the stockings remarked tint time
llcw rapidly and children did multiply fearfully,
but he was feeling joung )ct ami could dance
a little. He then proceeded lo fif) the stock
ings, a sight which alTordcd great merriment
among the children. He found a Utile girl
with a hole in Ihe heel of her slocking. He
gave her a ball of yarn only with which she
was to mend it. Many other laughable
presents were received by old and )oung. It
Is generally conceded that there never was a
Christmas eve in llilo that passed olTiriorc
delightfull). It sail old saying in regard to
Ililoitcs: ' They never do things by halves."
The weather was fine and the attendance large.
J. A. M.
llilo, December 27, I S3 J.
Thr lltttrnlUH Alimnuir iinrf .Iriritrrif.
'Ihe Hawaiian Almanac and Annual fi
1SS1 was issued last Monday, l'roni ntlvance
sheets the Retrospect for lS8j was printed in
these columns last week. A contemporary
stated that the retrospect in the Annual hati
been taken from a paper meaning the Press.
The fact is exactly opposite. The number is a
good one, ami fully sustains the enviable rcpu
tation gained by years of usefulness. Tint its
interest is varied is shown by the follow in;
table of contents: Holidays, Cycles, Church
Days and Kclipses; Quarterly Calendars;
Hcciprocily Treat) Schedule; Notetl Clipper
and Steamer passages; Inter-Island Distances
b) Sea; Overland Distances, Hawaiian
Islands; Latitudes and Longitude of Principal
Points; Sugar Plantation Values, etc; Com
parative Table, Inqxirt Values from Various
Countries, 1&70 S2 ; Nationality of Vessels in
Carr)ing Trade, 1875-82; Comparative View
of Commerce from 1S45; Selections of Custom
House Tables 1S82; Revenue and expendi
tures nf the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1S56-1SS2;
Comparative Table I.cading Imports Alternate
Vcars 1S74-18S2; Post Office Statistics;
Appropriation Dills, Comparative I.SSi-.and
1SS4; Meteorological Table 1S73.77; Hawaiian
Woods and I orest Trees; Mountain Climbing;
Marine Casualties for the Hawaiian Islands;
Sugar Plantations and Mills; Selection from
Regulations of Carriages and Rates of I'are;
Hawaiian Name of Relationships; Hawaiian
Registered Vessels; The Haze of Java; Casu
alties of Shipping for 1S82; Hawaiian Hospi
tality; Noted Vo)agc-, Travels, etc., Relating
to the Pacific; Custom House Regulations,
Port Charges, etc; Retrospect of the Year
1.SS3; Census of the Hawaiian Islands; Table
of Principal Elevations; Hawaiian Islands,
Postal Service; New Postage Stamps; Rain
Record, llavmiian Islands, 18S3; Receipt' and
Lxpenditures, Hawaiian Islands, 187-1884;
Table of Foreign Coins Current in Honolulu;
Register and Directory, Hawaiian Islands.
llir Xrw JltiHlHlll,
The Hawaiian Monthly is out. It is a pa pel
of twenty-four pages, in size and type like the
Anglican Church Chronicle having the same
neat, compact appearance. Its opening edi
torial is modest and sensible. A long editorial
on Hawaii's Contribution lo the War of the
Union is a paper of some historical value.
Mr. M. M. Scott contributes an article on
Japan, Old and New, which whet the appetite
for something more from the same pen and in
the same line. A continued story, The Five
Dollar Hold Piece, is begun in this number. It
has nothing to do with the Currency Question,
however. To the lllack L)es of Miss. Some
body is a sonnet of irregular construction but
much metrical facility and enough poetic feel
ing to bring it perilously near the lsordcr line
which divides poetry from the comnion-placc
which is more than may be said of magazine
verse generally. Folded F.ycs is another met-
rico-optical attempt to ride Pcgassus eviden
tly with a side saddle. It is pretty, but will riot
stand Uryon's lot of turning its verse Into
prose and trying to make sense of it. Thalia'
Tramp is a character sketch, evidently worked
out very crudely. It's Iwginning it less bail
than its climax which is meant In lie tragic
and is really absurd. From a letter written to
Mrs. J. C. Croly (Jennie June) has been com
piled an article in memory of Mrs. May Croly
Rnjier, wife of Lieut, J, M. Knpcr of Ihc
United Slates Navy. The department of Kdi-
lorial Comment contains a tribute to the late
II. I- Sheldon, ami much foot) for thought,
interestingly treated. 'I he deuitmcnt of For
eign Miscellany, Fashions, ami Novelties ami
Whimsicalities might lie better filled with
editorial mailer on local topics.
ilrifirrrfiui if HiiriHuny 1nf,
The new lioine of Harmony I-odgc, No. 3,
I. O. O, l', it a most comfortable and con
venient one. After it liecome fully furnished
it will be a luxurious one and will be occu
pied also by Mystic I-odgc, No. 2, K. of P.,
and (probably) by Algaroki 1-odgc, No. 1,
1. O. (i. T. The dimension of the council
Iullaic40 x 30 with 14 feet ceding. An
ante 100111, or receiving room, Iielvveen the
stairway and the lull itself, is 30 x iC; and
the ante rooms al the east end of the lull are
1 5 x 8 each.
Iut Thursday night ihe new lull was dedi
cated with interesting ami appropriate ser
vices. 'I he dedicating officer of the grand
lodge uere Urothere (ieoige i'uimes, Rolit
I-cwcri, It. F. Ilickerton, George Williams,
It. W. Liine, John S. Smilhles, J. St.
Morrill, M. D, Monsarrat, M, Hrccii, li It.
Hendry. L, C. Itowe, W. Wagner, John
Lucas, Ucorgc Ashley and lies, Alexander
Mackintosh who delivered a brief add less In
place of Key, J. A. Cruzan, unavoidably ab
sent through illness. Mr. Cruzan, Mis.
-Simmons, Mr, Hall ami Mr. Whitney led the
different exlcs and chanted lYilm exxii, ac
companied upon the piano by Miss Hopper.
After the rxcrcise Mr. Iterger and Mr.
Yaindtey pLyes.', on piano and violin, for
dancing, llounlilul refreshment were seised
during the' evening. Many ladies were
present and the Lull sticcuifoitUy crowded.
t 1 oUf from Hohttlrt
On ihe first Ttmrsdav 4 the tie seirtheU aling
Kin t'nion illdwut "The best meihlor grtling
hj 0f Chinese, and m girmi foreign add native
laborers a chaase lo live on Ihe Hawaiian
S4hmf.tf Ftrtt, I'tttmNr IJI
One I tempted on reading the almve and
rarlou item that came out In eonnecllon with
the "destitute women" in the Herman Lalmr
case, to ask what kind of men the union is
composed of, and for whom the almve sop Is
intended. The writer is prejudiced agnintl
such union bccauSe, judging from their speech
anil tlieir works, the controlling eicmcni
In llicm seem to lie devoid of good judgment,
and often wilfully deaf lo viund reasoning,
helng guidcd.rathcr by blind asion and per
The native Hawaiian has always been In de
mand, and can, a a rule, obtain alt the wage
he is worth wages that in two day' work
will supply him with all that he can cat and
drink during the week. Thi for the common
day l.aliorcr a Ife is to I found on the planta
tions. As a vv haif html, or in some of the
higher portion about a sugar mill or planla
lion, or by doing piece work or slinl woik
(ukupati), when, if he chooses, he can cam
one and a half to two or more ill)' wage in
one, and get through In regular vvotking hours,
he easily earns two lime as much and often
more. It is liecausc there arc loo few of the
native that the Chinaman has liccomc a sicrn
It is true the native is wilting In work hard
for four to six hours iflie can havclhr rest of Ihc
day lo himself, but he grinds and chafes under
a regular day' work of even nine hours, and,
with a glaring sun three hours' high in the sky,
he will grumble at the lateness of the hour.
It Is "poelcclc" or daik. On coming lo
work after an absence of several da) he will
ask for an ukiipau so as lo get through early
and attend to some alleged pilikia. If lie se
cures it, it become his overseer In look sharp
after him lest he slight the woik and dodge
away unseen. If it is denied him, he will sulk
.ami cxH'nd more ingenuity in devising means
for slacking speed than would have served to
complete a good day' work, and at quitting
lime will have accomplished perhaps a half.
The exception only prove the rule, and
that there arc exceptions, some noble excep
tions, I am only too glad lo admit. Hut to
shorten the story. When, as a free agent, the
native will not work more than two or three
day 1 in the week, or enough to get his fish and
Kii and this, too, when he knows his em
ployer is in urgent need of his services and
as a contracted laborer he requires the arm
and sharp stick of the law to fetch him to his
work and punch him up to it; can it not easily
be seen that he loses value and importance in
the eye of any employer of lalnir. The native
as a rule cannot lie depended on for any
regular work, and it is sheer nonsense to talk
of devising ways by which he may "have a
chance to live. Ihc man who, wilh eyes
open, can entertain such nonsense, needs to
go to the brain factory to be repaired.
Tit Chinaman mull slay, unless the
Wotkingmcn's Union will fill the gap and de
vise ways by which Ihc planter " may hate a
chance to live on Ihc Hawaiian Islands,"
while he is employing "white lalmr" that is
regulated by the same union on wages that
will absorb all the capital and interest, profit
and discount of tlic business. The advent of
the Chinaman in this country was opportune,
and was lire result nf necessity. He was sent
for anil he came. He has clans and unions,
and this fact ouglrt to give him favor in the
eyes of Ihe Workingmen's Union as being so
far of n like feather with themselves. He
strikes occasionally during work hours, and
undoubtedly has some bid characters in his
union, hut he has proved himself steady, sober,
tegular in alien Janet ufatt his work. Kvcn ns
a day laborer, he (ifficr that, should he choose to
be otherwise, his employer would be petfectly
helpless in the matter. And he is as faithful as
any class of laborers that can be found. He is
sober, frugal, industrious and saving. He
looks ahead. lie has an object in view and
works for it, which is far more than can be
said of the native who works by his side. In
his immigration to the country he needs, for
the country's good, to be regulated and re
strained. In numbers he should be offset by
a like or greater numlicr of other races, and
naturally from a white man's point of view, he
must not be allowed lo secure Ihe reins of
government, cv'en if lie did no worse than the
present incumbents. And that is all. So
thinks one who in the beginning vv.is prejudiced
against Chinamen, but believes in a fair chance
for all and not in class legislation.
Amkkico-I Iayvai pan.
Kohala, December 21, 1883.
tin link 11 rulltlca.
The candidates for Ihe legislature are busy
and al present the prospect looks Haltering
forthc Indcpendentticket. There seems to lica
general resolve here not to return any members
of the past legislature. The voters think there
i room for belter men. A great and radical
change is required in the management or
governmental affairs. We know and feel that
the present ministers have brought Ihc country
to the brink of ruin ; that they have la-en
Usurping power, trampling on the constitution
and laws, and shaping all their ends towards
an autocratic ride, The people ihink that this
mid misrule must be terminated, peaceably if
possibly that the base metal wires tlal work
llie " machine " should be replaced by more
substantial materials. They have no hope
until the meeting of the next legislature, when
the thunders of Indignation and the lightning
of truth may awake them from their dreams
of absolute owcr. An independent judiciary
Is the safe-guard of Ihc people's rights. It is
a check to the usurpation of power when in
the hand of an Impostor like llio veiled pro
phet of Lan.il. The decision of the chief
justice in the recent mandamus case has met
unusual approbation. It is the law and the
right. It Is a calm defiance of the usurers of
owcr. All praise, to the judge who ha the
indccndcncc and moral courage lo do his
duty I The mills aie again grinding ever)
where is business and bustle, and the tide of
prosperity loll, along In defianceof mismanage
ment of public affairs and a government which
would ruin any (icople less enterprising and
clastic than our. Citizen.
'-In A'rei.iif in Miulnuunfiir."
Mr. Cruian'n "livciiinR In Mailagascir,"
giu'ii at I'ortslu-ct church lait Wednesday
nlclil. ilcscrc a mucli fuller repott tliaii the
l'resa is ahle to give it.x There was aunt of
comMnalioit mile and loci out in llie lily
ilqtirtmcnt nf lhr uper last WnlucvUy
(veiling. 'I he geographical editor Ind gone
tu l'carl K'nci M locale a site Tor an Aineiican
navy yard, the historical alitor had an audi
ence vsilli Mr, C, W, Asl ford, attorney at
law, sshu had iiiunaiscd lo ictall the hUtoty of
Michigan! ami all the other ieoiter--ecrit
tticguv'! upoiler, who wa in disgrace hn I
goue to juy New Vear' calls. The city
editor could not attend himself, because he
htd to tails over police leforni with a prom
inent cititcn. There was no one p tend and
no one was scut, the following aftermath bciug
gleaned at second hand. Mr. ,S, II. Dole
gave a map lecture on the great Island and
Chief Justice Judd and IWtorol'aiLcr reai,
inlercliiig paiier on the subject. Doctor
i'ailsci' paper, which derive special Interest
from the fact that it writer livcu on the island
many )cars, will be glien neat vsccl.. Neat
month Doctor Ktncrsoii and others will discus
m vii 1:111: lotitr .M.vf ir TV.itii,
Mr. ihnltrr MrVnllu frulttlng.
IIUVAHxS Jl'RV tRIVIINVI CASKS.
The King v. John Clement 1 larceny. The
attorney-general fr the crown; W, It. Cas
tle, John Russell and C. W. Ashford for dc
The King v. Kanim ; larceny. The attorney-general
for the crown; John Ittissell for
The King vs. Sam Kelly j assaull with itvlcut
to commit robbery. The atlnrney-general
for the crown.
IIAVf.UIAN JUKV CIVIL CASK.
Kuaina v. Molaka ejectment. Smith X
Thurston for plaintiffs J- L. Knulukoii for de
fendant. Mokuaht v. Malia Aluahi ; replevin, Ap
peal from Intermedin couil.
Anahiwa (w) ct nl vs. Knnckoa (k) eject
ment. Cecil llrown for plaintiff; W. A.
Whiting for defendent.
J Ilootatni vs. Maria Kalulo j ejectment.
S. II. Dole for plaintiff.
Kckipi(w)ct al vs. Namahoe (k) t eject
ment. W. L. Holokahlki for plaintiffs J. U
Kauhikou for defendant.
(j. V, Piliio v. Kamahani(vv) ; assuuiisit.
Appeal from Intermediary court. , L. Kau
hikou for plaintiff resmndcnt ; John Russell
for defendant appellant,
MIXFD JURY CASES.
Samuel Staincsv. Iimbett X. Co. ) assump
sit. W. A. Whiting for plaintiff.
Moktihiavs. William McCandles j assump
sit. Appeal front Intermediary court. J. 1L
Kauhikou for plaintiff appellant ; I'.M. Hatch
W. II, Holmes vs. Makalua ; trespass.
Appeal from Police Justice of llamikua, Ha
waii, Pull) and Kauhai v. Chatles Low son ; trcs
piss. Appeal from Police Judge of llilo.
Stephen Spencer vs. M. K. Maikai ; asvuinp.
sit. Smith & Thurston for plaintiff.
Kli (w) and Nakal (w) vs. John II. Paly ;
ejectment. John Russell for plaintiffs.
KJRHI1V JURY CRIMINAL CASKS.
The King vs. Ah Sec ; nssault on a female
child. The altorncy-gencral for Ihc crown;
John Russell for defendant.
lOREKJS ItlRY CIVIL CASKS.
F. T. Lciiehan et al, assignees of Lee Chat
vs. W. S. Akana ; assumpsit. C. W. Ashford
for plaintiff ; E. Preston for defendant.
ivrthur C. Turton vs. II. Hackfcld .V Co. ;
assumpsit. L. Preston lor plaintiff ; Smith &
Thurston for defendant.
(J. Awatia vs. Ah Hong; assumpsit. C.
llrown for plainlilf; I'. Preston for defendant
Hecia Sugar Plantation Co., vs. Aninel als i
trespass. 1. M. Hatch for plaintiff; J. L.
Kauhikou for defendant.
J. F. Hackfcld et al, assignees of Cluing I'aa
vs. I,cc Loy; assumpsit. C. W. Ashford for
F. T. I.enehan ct al, assignees of Lee Chat
vs. Lee Loy; assumpsit. C. W. Ashford for
Geo. S Kenway vs. Chatles Not Icy ; ijecl
inenl. Smith S. Thurston for ilalnlilf; l'.M.
Hatch for defendant.
Ilceii Sugar Plantation Co., vs. John Mc
Kcague ; assumpsit. P. Neumann and K.
Preston for plaintiff; J. M. Davidson for de
fendant. W. 0. Irwin SrC, vs. C. Moiiting ; assump
sit. 1. M. Hatch for plainlilf; L. ff. Ward
John Kobcllo vs. Wong Quing ; summary
proceedings'. Appeal from Police Justice of
Honolulu. Cecil llrown for plaintiff; John
Russell for defendant.
Luk Sang vs. Chas. Notley ; covenant.
Smith & Thurston for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch
lloffschlaeger .V Co., vs. Meier and I'aye ;
assump.it. L. Preston for plaintiffs.
Her Majesty Lmma Kalelconalani vs. Com
missioners of Crown Lanjls ; ejectment. Writ
of Krror. W. It. Castle for plaintifTrcspondcntj
L. Preston for defendants appellants.
Maikai et al vs. Hastings iV Co. ; appeal
from commissioners of water rights. F. M.
Hatch and C. llrown for defendants appellants;
J. A. Nahahu for plaintiff resmndcnt.
J. I". Ilackfeld ct al, assignees of kunsai &
Aming vs. Ing Choy ; equity appeal. Is. F.
Ilickerton for plaintiffs respondents ; C. llrown
for defendant appellant.
Mahukalnlii ct al vs. Ilikaalani llobton ct
al ; ejectment. Exception. W. It. Castle for
plaintiffs appellants; C. llrown and R. F.
Ilickerton for defendants respondents.
W. M. Gilison, President of the Hoard of
Health vs. Steamship Madras; admiralty ap
peal. The attorney-general and F. M. Hatch
for libellant appellant J K. Pieslon and C.
Drown for respondents.
I.00 Chit Sam vs. Wong Kim ; apcal from
Commissioners of Water Right. F. M. Hatch
and J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiff respondent ;
Smith & Thurston for defendant appellant.
The King vs. Mahukaliilii ; forgery and ut
tering. Appeal from 311I circuit. The attorney-general
for the Crown ; W. C, Jones for
Keliikanakaole vs. Kawaa ct nl ; equity
appeal. K. ', Ilickerton for plaintiff appellant;
J. L. Kaulukoii for defendant respondent.
Her Highness Ruth Kecljkolan! by Charles
It. llishop ct al, 1 1 ust ccs vs. Commissioners of
Crown Lands. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff;
I'.. Preston for defendants apjejlants.
liana (vv) vs. Mehckulu ; Nakoolaul vs.
Hagar Ah Can ; Luukia Kauhai vs. Ajhj
Waiukolu ; Ah Yee Chong vs. Haneoo (w) ;
Kfpnla (w) vs. A. A. II. Elliott ; Ix-pcka (w)
vs. M. K. Mahuka ; J. 11. Thomas vs. Jennie
P. Thomas; Nawahineelua (k) vs. Kaohumu
(w); Jl E. Wiseman v. Emelia Wiseman ;
Kalel (k), Mrreana (w), Kaepa (k) vs. liana
(w); llrniy Spaulding v. Kauhai (); Julian
tiiins.au cz is. Anna Mlva uonsaltet.
A Vlrr fruitt II11 KtnuamiH iafilil.fa.
One of the Kaluna's rtlurncil voyagers is
responsible for the accuracy of the following,
which is printed ivrWiw ajiletalim:
Scinx. -Tin b;K lit litanJ r MMh.
Arm! ret flint tk iuiehbinf ItlaHjJluh
anUii. The llawatl trntr Kttl't fatl
ttfwMltah tl Ume,
Clinmis ok Nmv Akkivalh.
"Oh, oh. ... have witnessed K'al things
fhc mtellng by 101) , uf UaU wur WnH '
Stranittrs, uray nil ut a. 10 what It all incaus,
For th ruu w.'vvscen must t .cry U t.Abs.1'
Sr-AUbN to KAIUNA.
'll meant dear fncnUs a Loin la you,
A lunn sthich if all ste'vt hrvl u Irue,
No uyn uucloihJ, unfed lltou Otall t
And fruut lh sshit. Dun'i volk. b. .tcr free."
A VOICK FKOM AVlONO Tilt CANOt"!.
"Vou sjiealee loo inticli gammon. That ship
no lielong uun-of-war. Oahu no got man-of-war,
Vou loo luuchee humbug at Oahu.
What for two man come ashore, all same those
two fellow, lie got long knife lied 19 Irgt
have got coal all brats; hat alj tamer canoe
liottomupi got 'chicken' on top.- Choru
A VOICK f-ROM KAIUNA' 1K1AT.
"Well, friends, what diil your Ling tay to
A Vt)C. FROM AtlONaillE Canois.
"Well, long lime king he no speak he too
muchce frighteneil; tit llll long lime, looking
first at w Into man Alofa Tripe then he look
long lime at thin man 1 laical ala Klark. Then
all three men think good 'loafer' to each
other) two men wilh chickens on heads talk
plenty) king tay every time 'rowiie,' 'rowrjc,'
plenty 'towrie' (nui iiiaikai). Then no more
talk) smoke 'ie, drink gin, and the chicken
get In boat, and ull linUhoI. What for thia
oiakce fuol ? You got plenty more men Oahu,
all same these dimu fool. Co gel ami bring
U"Nott u II I Jammy , 1M4.
1 he ir ojn quirtl?, m muit, in irarlf J contrmt
la ihe limtte f the few wk twtnlinc ml pve
attwmUnH6pjwtur.it) to trevnt their quart"!?
twit ton t the pwMie.
SlSinmfc imttfrt hate not lfn Hrely Sime our
l4 hnie we note the Arrival of the Kl from lire nun
fth a miwlUnroiii Kuropein anpi ta lUtVIVk! &
Co., ihe Hep in lwer A Cooke with InmWr, the
Ior Itluhm, j.!o with Iumtr, to lUcVfeM A Co , rul
the Aunrilu from Sin KrAnclnj en route for the .ol
nie. 1o whalrn touched here on their imy ef
ward on fUtunlAj lit. In departure the , la met! a for
San Francisco on the .! IiHUnt took cun'MeraMe
oargor ftome wvemeen Immlreil t.ms vaiim! at
$iiSst; 7t, nmong which wa MjM7r H. of uir
Uea MtAte itoirm attention, the firtt report-'! ihU
)-Mr Iwinit J II. V001Vi prepeny In Nmwnu Valley,
tompriftinjf some 650 acre, to Mr It F. Dillingham
for ihe eitentlon of hi WootlUwn .lair). WaiVUl
property aU hM enquiry, figure Indicating an up
We rejret to notice the -.u.penlon on the 3rd inlnt,
if ters, J. W, Kolrton A Co,, ucceor In the
otde4 ftUtionary ami new-, agency etatitihment here
llnnntitttt .Stort unit llnntt tlrrhrtttgr,
Se.ion, WetlnevlAYt January r, i8l(.
Haiku Sun-it Co ....
Kohtli Sugar (,., . , .
Ihe I'rtnccville 11a n tat ton Co
Ihe Wad iVu Suifir Co
Ihc Hawaiian Agrkuliuial Co..
MaVee Sugar Co.
NVaimanale) Sugar Co
llcmolsaaSiin-tr Co , $75 (kti.Ii id. up,
! he K0I0.1 .Sugar Co. . . . .
Ookala Sugar Co . 4
aihee .Sugar Co
Pacific Mill Co.
I Ilea Sugar Co,
drove Ranch Plantation Co
Walauae Co , . . . .
Union Mill Co., $;joer hare paid up
Olowahi Co. .
MarMilICo . ..
hat Maui Plantition Co
Onomea .Sucar Co. ... .
PauLiii hngar Co.
Keciprocii) Sugar Co ,
IjMiparurelW Sugar Co . ...... .
Hamaktu Mill Co.
Wnikapu Sugar Co
Halawa Sugar Co ... ,
llonoinanii ugir Co
Pali Plantation Co
Ihti Hawaiian Railroad Co .. ..
Kiliului Railroad Co
Hauaii.in Hell Telephone Co,
Ilawauin 'lelephone Co , (Maul) .1 ,.
Kami leletihonic Co . .,.,
II1I0& Hawaii lelephone & 'let Co. .
MtKRLLANROUS ftTlCK4 AND HONtiS.
'I he Honolulu Iron Work Co ... .
L nrewer v Company, (Mercantile) ,
Intemhnd Sicam Navigation Co.
I mm Maut Stork Co. (Ranch) .
K. O. Hall & S.n. (limited) .. .
'I welve per cent. ItutuU... ,
nine per cent nawtuan tiotuM
Seen percent Hawaiian Imnd
SU jier cent free from (o t lav.
Oiminea Sugir Co. Itond, 9 r cent.
haw iwigrici co. iinu, 7 kt tent
II. KiRMRNsciiKi-inhR, Sccretar.
Dora Hluhm, Am letn, from Port Gunole. Dec.
I ucretii, Am lm vhaler, Carter, -from San
rrancico . .... .,,. ,
Miza, .m wh bk,(tdley, from San rrancico
AtiMralia, lint a.. flhcst, from San Praucitco
Netlie Merrill, vh, Ilrownetl, from Lahalna.
rCekau1uohitM-h, from Hanil.I ,
Kinau, Mm, King, from Htlu and wiy port.
..-i. 1. ..1. r 1 1
i entile, ch, from Kntial
iate. Haw bk, Kothfo, from Ilremeu . .,
Hope, Am bk, Penhallow, from Port I.mt'ow,
Mokolil. Ktm, Mctiregor, from Molokal. ..
lame Makec, tm, Cameron, from Kauai.
1'aualil, nch, from Haualei . ,
K.i Moi, nch, from Iitiiiihoehoe. ,
I.eaht, tch. from KohoUktc.......
iTuiuii, M.11, injin itaiiai
Ifatealala, tch, from PepccLro.
l.itioltho, mJi, from Nawiliwih
Kauailini, kIi, from Koolau. ,.
I.ncrclia, Am sream vtril.lCarrertfur cruise anil
?iorlli ..... . ...... I lee. 39
Auslmlui, Itiit s .. (Itiest, for Slilnes. .
is 11 iieeu, sim, lur lino ' 31
Mary Uottge, Am lem lor llumliolill..... 4 31
KiLiuea II ou, stm, Scars, for Kutiuliu ., . . " 31
W'aitele, itch, for Matiko.... " 11
Kiiiaii.(stiii, Kuij:, for llilo ami way orts. Jan. a
luabni, stm, for Kauai , " a
Alamcila, Am s s, Morset for Sail Francisco . " a
I.ikelise, slm, Von Schmult, for vtiikluard lrls " 3
C. It. llishop, stm, Davis, for llam.akua " "a
Kekauluolit, ch, for Hanalci .... " 3
Waioli. sell, fur Nawilivnli " a
Netlie Merrill, sell, llrownell, for Ijthaina . " a
Ilma; slm, I.orenzfnr for Molokal ami liana.. " a
Miukai, ch, for YVaialtiv ...... "a
Rol Roy, nch, fur K00U11 ....... . ... " a
F.mma, sell, for lleeia .. ,. " a
IManlcr, stm. Hires, for Maalca, Kona, nnj
Kail " a
Alerr, u s s, lUrclay, for Jajun " 3
1 lisa, Am vvh, Gillcy, for crulseatii Nurlli.... M 3
Merchant Vessel Now In Port.
Amklia, Kenhtll Am. LI I lie
IllscosLKl, Ferriman Am Lktne.
Dora IIl'moi. Am. lern.
KLIA, ClifTord Am. Lktne.
F.isrNoRF, Jenki Am. Lk
IIazsho, llertiey... ....Am. Lgtue.
llotE, I'cnhatlow Am. Lk
Iolani, (iaricls. llavv. LU
I-A. I ALklKULKC, (ootlman Am. Lktne.
KALt., Kothfoss Haw. Lk.
SrARTAN, Crussles Am. Lk
V. II. DUIONI), lloutllctt Aln.Lktue.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
IVjston, Am. LL. LVUiV... Ilarvtow
lJue, Jan. 1015. C, Hrewer St Co , agents
Hkkmen, Oer. U. Mica J Holhnan
Due noi HacLfcM A Co., agents
Conhtkaut, H. 1, K. M. S. KASIMIVNIk' . --
Cii-ASCAIW. Unt lilt. ItlKHAU. 4, .. . .Witt
Lcidins O. W. .MacfaiUne A Co., agents
KAiiULtri, Am, tL. K S. TnmirM)N l'oiter
LltfHtlom., hrit.&tilp AnpKKTwiTH Castle., Harries
Due Jan. to-15. I', H. Davie A Co., ORent.
I'oitr (.AHntiv, Am tktne. Kitsap , . KoUnun
Due now. Hackfcld A Co., agent.
UTSAUDv,Anu tltne. KiikiTVT. . ..Culler
Dut Dec, 3530, Hackfcld A Co., a cent.
San KwascisCo, Am. tern, IImma Ciuuina ..Matton
Fur llilo. Due Jan. 5 10.
Ntv, Vohk, Am bk. Aimiic CAkRR ...rendeltsii
Due, AjtiI 30-35. Catl A Cook, agent.
HuMuoi-pT, Auu tern D. b. Wit 1.1 am, .. ...Olten
Due, Jan. ao-j5.
San. Fka.4(.ioj. Am btnej, D. Srhu.KLiJ(.,.,Frtt
(for Kauhii) Due, Jan via.
San hHANClco, Am. bktne.JlKKrBNlAN., Winding
I-roading Dec. 93ml. lUt-kfttd U Co., agent.,
San rKANClvm, Am, bgtnr. CoNttuKixi ., Cumin
lAiuiiit; Dec 9and, W, It, If win fct La, agent
rrom Kauai, jwr lame Makec, Jau 1 -J SWchh.
From W mdward rort per Kinau, Dec a6 Kev II
F K Whallev, .Mr Well, C 1'ockr.intr, C. A Whitne),
John 11 Mclean, (leorge Pernct. F II Auotin, rrank
Siiencer, Hon J Kawahi and wife, C 1. Wright and
we, W K Cahlian, It lrotheer, 11 Curnwe)), J A
llnier, Mr Rodger. F 1' Hatting, S Decker, Mr
Newton and j children, C Iluclunan, HonO V rilipo,
rrom Kauai, j-er Ja Makee. Dec 97 II I'ctar, wilt
from Maualand Hawaii, per t'Unter, Dec j8 O 0
Kasc and wife, T II 1 Uhet, J A 1'aliucr, ( CUrk, Mis
rrom lort 1ownend, per Dave Hluhm, Decemtacr
M J no Mejcit.
From Hreiiicn, cr Kate. December 11 I, Focke,
Fruut San FrancIco, er Aurali, )ccemler
I. Itatley, H D Wallttd .j. A .S wnc and wife and
child and lervant, Mr W 1 lolerand tlaughlcr, AS
1 Kocke, K H Khodet, Fgin lUrttlt, J W Aleta, 11
lUuhtf, Mary llormlej, Mike Coiil), Ceo Hanlii,
Chaire ; and a3 Clinc.
Kur Maul aiul llawAil, Lcr Kinau, Jati i J K
Wriijhl, air ArWr. I'aul lnUii:, J K llacLTtU,
(jwdlr.y llrgv.it, V K Austin, K Cultmi, Mr J Cainp
Isrll, Mr. las IKxl.l, IS K IIJui... M,i IkwJiuan, I II
Kc.cl, W fi t'arrcll, Slut t.ucii, J W Sslmiijl.
ror alulgkal anO Maul txr Uhru, Jan j-J McCol
(an, llr rilch, Mrt h iunn,
ur Kauai, rja Mat.., Ilwat-X-'i WtMi an.1
ror IUnuVua,rr K llislup, I)c6-J McCanliy.
ue Moluk.I ami Maui, jxf lhaa, tlcc Cai4
T KCIalk., vif.Ukla chlklr.il, J JlcCuljin, V II
Kur Kaual. icr Uthnl, Dec 16- K W (;UI, Mr.
Nutltun Ana J ctuUlrcn. J llrwnt, K Nulmait and
Mtf. J II Smith, C Vlrtthum, C llurshxriTlnk, I'aul
lt.ulr, Mr klcuxer.
Kur Kahulul. ixr Kllau-4 llvvu, Ic a6Via K
nll, llruhcr V1II1a1u, Amlr.w, Cttvtgt aod traiscif.
Mis ILiuicslrJ, Mist -ji2Uli.rscu, J K Muflcy,
li Auuralia. tier Australia. IfectuiUr io-! I V
t4coa, Mrt lur.Ualwl chlllrsji, a tittcrt ufcharilv.
M Hurt, W f lllanck, K KW.IU, II Maykn4ll a.ii
I..I.Ih i!aa ll'r.-il.l '11.. 1VII..J. 1 I..
9 childnn, Irit Wnjh,
rrtMl. Ah tal.
. ..- .M.H.,, ,,MV-1M. J
ror San J-randsco. per Alameda, J 9 T Cwu
ndji, Wf W h Crutaby, Mrs M Caruvaru, Mrs D K
r f uj uiu.ly. K Ii.hm.v4i aid wife, O (j I Kom anJ
da u shier.
we, v. icnnun, i. ut sMiury, airs 1 w llrown and
Wlldiii kitd Miftr. MiuU rrv 11 .u
trtoth llollmgswuiili. Mrs and MU .Staples, J H
1 K j'urter, I) DuruU, Mrs II Fell. If' llukt, J
tiil.lan. .f a; W Uas.1 lirt f U'.l... t 1.I.J1..
"'"i " iwi, r 11 rut 11 iMthcr, 1
Mn.AhTlwCtu l'i, Vuit Ken, lin Chen, lit
F, K LUhuutt Jr. Toy Vu, J Igu.
Ftr Kauai, pr Isvitliiii, Jan Mu llwy Hsidy,
ICic. aavl f.nuly, Krautu Oay,
K W 1 fur. it, K llalui. Mrt W.
A Voli.r, t 'a, I' Klslmood,
v9w, s. iiawinausca.
r H Hariliaiu, U
KnxQ Sa Kfsclsco. lr ALriuU. !lcca.lr .1-
Mctacan lru, 5 c. usytr Lstlnt f ioat.lwut 4 Co, 4
tltut ! Iliu k Co, rt itAiuta, lAat
f rucriet, 10 yi Ult ias,
luu l skt rlMtu, 8 k.t
ssj(ist aa4 sluiu, 1 c tasUlcry, 1 ct Uattstr furai'
S ct luiittr lurai
iur, 1 c rfuttwar., t suc.u ; v lluttact, ioq
Autl HUiuicr A U, it c sUssuo, 1 tstf.
J IM.S.H . Sr IIWI... M, X mm
tuat 1 l.tsfluii A Co, 14 1. flusa.y, 0 ct .uty sUtkt ;
Alt HeUoMjH, ao heat VJ. 1 b , acttaat
t4taiULAVkMt, tkatkth, t raait last ; Kuttt
Co, s kpoatoe. tui-tontom 5 plgi potV i t
Ian! . A Jaeger, J in clock ami gU t him A C ,
f c dry Komi , K Uthnun, (V V fffd , I O Herger,
I lt Ranttirr f pkgihade,C Hrewer A la
1 t Iielting, 1 rig hardwire, 1 l. Utne, $ pVt gro
eerie ; f W Macfartane ft to, 35 ei brandy, t Iwg
coiVs i h gltware, I lt Iwnifc rarwnl, innki
ler. t iMrter cnitlier, 1 eleiator, i4;j tki feetl, o c
whUke). t hit drill tool, 10s hn potatoe. t$ U
apple t thermometer t J I. Rwenherg, 1 Mjiit and
mail.lelit.le J pkg candy, etc ; lUIIACo, 1
caMlnos MpkKfoteries 1 pig hmlware, t parcel ,
h I Manhall, h ntatoei j W hitman A Hrlght,
pVg tlm 1 HoffKhlaeger A In, t pkg oMlom ,
RoUrton A Co, it hndU himlen hoard. pVei Ma
tionery. 1 cit ink ; Dale A Co, 3 Unit, o iron
aires i bharlware, 7 pkg hirnei. iplglot,
8 pVg plow, t Imdl cairi 1 hndl ruMwr 1 k (Wieve,
I c clothing, it pk paprr; Oat, Jr, ft Co. 6c
authmery, I c chinaware, t bi rubber am ni ; Ijiine
A t o, tttdl romnreed hay i llnnnl of .duration,
1 aiAtiimery 1 (Jrinlum A Co, 5; W beans 10 c
II ? c merchandifie, t hi tobacco, 1 c cigarette ;
Hackfcld and Co, j c Cotton &!, 1 water wheel,
1 biidle Xma trees I Ihermomtien, apkgt ; My.
nvka llrm, 4 pkg dry goods l frames m c lmot
and tfioei. 9 c hat 1 Phillip A Co, 10 c cigarette,
tpltgicpgotMls I elvAU, t blblinket, Megns 11
Left butler, j pkg randy, 1 pk paper, 1 c ettract.
' Lg furniture 1 II Johnon, 1116 pkg grocerfe and
JW, Dillingham A Lo, fa pLg hard ware, 1 Hep
Mddcr. I bi nit.l-T hoe, r co-npotinds t m wolen
tMes iob Jow 1 Kennedy A Co, 4; pkg orders
Mety.etc, sbUalfalfi, 1 r hit and cMlilnjr i CaMle
A Lm.Le, ipVclampwaief fi bndl iwine. r bl pack.
Ing, wpLg hydwjie, if c potatoes 1 t marble, 11
Vu hV.t.,..'.ln4 "y,rr f I I & Nr Co, 1 hr pn
relief, t (mtrr, t pkg ud Her' material , King
Pro, c howcaes if picture frame, I e brae.
Let i Siewrlch, Gray, A Co. to brk talmon, 6 c
canih, 38 r-Lg xnturie, 100 pig feed J D Une,
8 pkg marble, 1 c graniie i May A Cu, i9S pkg
groceneai TO llirum, i c book and Matlonen,
wed, pkg paperB;U')l Holmes 4 c hardware, t ci
nin, 3 pkit "". 1 pkg cirnaee, MaL flour,
4 Vgundrie , I V Waierhome, ; Lg glaware, t
c mcture 1 Imdl liruoms 14 pkg soldiery, 5 c In,
6 bnll rakes 14 Imdl cottun Koodt 5 hx apple, 6u
c bread ; J LmmeluthA to, j rfcsj Mriware I lvey
A Co, 300 iLe KHMretle 1 parcel groceries 9 pfci
Mtrt,c '. ' (iOernmcnt. t;o V cutn t II
wa Ian llolel, 3 pkg groceries i pig ghware, tc
billiard cloth i I ay, 1 tr thlnaware, 1 c ttaltoner), t
lr tMtmtrv iLm ,.!.,..- .li . ! P '.
sthlwifr A Lo, im Wjjs nails ( I'orllic Navlirallun Co,
30 .llj salmon ; K llrrVc, $S liuirs, . shtrn, jt
w 11 on, 30 ii niy, 94 nx iu.it: inner)', 35m r w
ttwt, 19 pes machinery, jou brl lime, 1 ingar miner :
Order, t cs acid ; Wing Wo Chan A Co, it t.kgn
JromKin FrancIco, jer KIU, Decemher 94 -Hrewer
& Co, 4ookKiiley, asobUha, ( nk llir, 3 U
Mil, itu iV wheal, 6ks corn, itnsLc bra... imftkt
harle), t;G bl hay, 150 brl lime, ig,ono ahlugte.
l,oi hrick. 5 Ion sarnl, 1 pkg ilr goovN, 1 bndl
hLinket; Capl Habcock, 1 Ux plant; Hong Clmwl,
4sk Hour j VV IitCnile, 1 ir pi mo, I, HolTjichlAeger
1 'i4 ru'",-' K"I 1 NoI. 1 c icuinichine, 1
whreel, ion hi hay j C Afong, fo t.ki Kirlcy, 75 ka
linn, ' '
From San Francisco, per Jane A Fnlkenberg, Decetn-beri8-lloftchaegerACo,!i
pkg dry goo, Uer
K Cooke, 13; pkg tvanii,6top.j pipe, 41 pc chimnej
lop, i8bn.jleanhenare, 154 pkg doors and tah,
iJj-mIIhingte( Wilder A Co, itoobndls j-hingle.
I3( tkZ teed. If likrt tarrint. t.i..l,j .. ..i..
FVP ?? lKnrocene, 13 pkg codfish, 95 pig iwint ;
W (. (.oodriun, 179 Miat 90 cs potaioe, 9S k bran,
j'-r1'1"'' torinii k v,o, 900 pkg leeil, 67 pkg
furniture, 48 pkg furniture and wtne: Whitman A
w right, 95 J.ndl ieel ; J Fmmeluih h. Co, 61 tlc
hardware ; Cail A Couke, too brl lime, 100 k ilour,
1 to bis hi), 16a pkg gunjwwdcr 1 trunk effect, 19
nUiiieil 30 k brin ; FJ lllggln, 6 crate wagon ;
Ma) A Co, 147; pLg grocerie.
from .San rruicicn. er I.Uinore, December 98
Gco Cm.a, 45,000 brick, 300 brl lime, 55 pkg build
material ; (. "V V,t.wt 64 pkg feed ; C la W itliam,
40 pkg feed, to pkg furniture; Melntyre A Hro,
1018 i-kg grocerie; V S IMtfgin, 14 pkg tart;
McCshcsneyA.Son, 50 hoe, 30 sheep, 1563 pkr fceil
and grocenci ; 1 Urn in Hro. to nkes Iwoti nnd
shoe nnd dry gooj J M Mclnerny, 16 pkg clock ;
Wolfe A I.dward, 48,1 pekage feed ; Allen A Robin
son 874 pkg shingles, 61 bales hay, 40 tks barley, 56
ftkinat, is uns salmon, 9 cs carjwt ile ; Ilackfeld
A. Co, taj k bartey, 182 pkg gro.eiies ; C h Hanson,
too bU bay J Sullivin, Ituckley, k Co. 335 sks feed ;
A Kraft bon, 1 sliow ch ; J I) .ane, 7 cs marble ;
Schacfcr A Co, 30 brl salmon, 300 V (lour, a6a Iwle
hay, too sk barley : Order 1476 pkg merchandise;
Chinese firm, 1074 pkg merchandise.
1 rom fori iouncnti. per 1 Ioj-e( December 31
lowers A Cooke, 517761 fi Iumlr, 30,000 Uihs,
100.000 shmirlcs. t smill boat
rromllremen, per Kale, December yv-Harkfcld A
Co, 950 tons coal, 1,944 pkg ale, wines, and limiun,
499 brl cement, 5ts milk, 10 c cotton KockU, 40 drum
soda, 360 pkgs paint oil, 513 cs oilmen's stores, 682 pes
teel rail, 570 pes HOi ( Lie, 1344 pes bar Iron, 35
csxtltow metal, iocknaijs, 540 rolls fence wire, 7I7
csks cement, 1 cs belling, J70 bndU Iron, 446ikgdr)
mju uiiu iiAiviwm auu c innenware, 09 picgscarou
sal, 975 tavkets, 1016 empty demijohn, 133 btindls
bags, 309 drums vinegar, a pkgs tobacco, 5 pigs dry
eood,6i bndl paper, 63 pkg mineral water, 10 Iron
bedstead, too demijohn, peas, 10 cs effect, 4 CS
filter, 68 wheel j 1. Hoffscnheccr A Co, 900 c beer,
Hawaiian (Sovernment. 377 pkjs batteries (a) ; I. Mid
ler, 1 cs effects J Phillip A Cj, 6 c dry goxh ; A W
II c ill man, 19 cs effects , J W l'fluger, 11 pkzs pre
n ; A Hamberg, 4 csellect ; bchasfer A Co, 610
pkg liquors ; Orlntiautn A Co, iscsdry good ; and
sundry pkgs to address.
I-rom l'ort Townsend, per I)jia Hlulim, December
39 HackfcM A Co, 111,870ft lumber, 70,439 ft lumber,
3,000 pickets, 95,000 lath.
From San. Fnncisco.per Australia, December 30
Irwin A Co, 1 cs clutlnng , Hjmin Hro, 80 csdrv
foods ; Rnnbaiim & Co, 10 cs cigars ; IlolTsrhfaegcr A
)o, to cs cgars, 5 coil roje ; .Schaefcr & Co, 33 pkg
tobacco ; JIoltistcrA Co, 93 pkg tobacco; WilJer A
Co, 4 tanks ammonia : Orders 33 pkg inerthaiulLse J
Chinese Firms, 39 18 pkg merchant-,
For San Francisco, mt Alameda, January 9- Sugar
3(833,i77 Qr ; rice, 151,000 It. ; bananas, 1,959 hnciist
lictel leases : alue, $186,547,73.
- ,,, 1
Kami, McNally .1- Co., of Cliicaco, have
just Issucil'an indcxeil'nllas of the vsorlil. It
enntains three liiimlrctl tinps nml many dia
grams. Mr. T. K. McDonnell is ihc aRcnl
for Ihc Hawaiian Islands, anil is now canvass
mi; the city.
At Ihe V. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon ser
sice Hcv. A. O.JFoilies will conduct the ser
vice and preach a brief sermon. The opening
sen ice will lie composed of heart) congrega
tional singing, solos, etc. A cortliil Imitation
At Kurt-sired Church jiunday morning Kev,
W. C. Merrill will preach, anil in theeiening
Kev. Dr. Damon will occupy the pulpit. Mr.
Cruzan has been ill during the past week, ami
is still unable lo be at uoik.
There will lie no music this afternoon at
Duma Square, the band is ordcrcrl to Wai
anae. The moonlight conceit will lake place
next wecU, on Monday nml l'riday, as usual.
Next wecV the 1'rcss will probably be issued
from lis new iiuaitcr on Merchant strrrl.
HE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC,
ANNUAL FOR 1884,
wii.1, nx milsiiv rnir Maiit.v
NUXT NONHVV, AT NOON
1'arluu.trsiriiij a numlr of Cisjiict for nuiliiii; l"r
ALuuruU Hill t.ls IcaretHjcrt wliMiwtll.L. temd
Trie., itrivp), soct. j ia l.jr mail .Waul, rc.
TffMV, 0. TllltllM,
At Ihc UetluViit. 1 I.. WAV. Km,
No, ia, IWrrtanU fsirrtt,
ON -WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10.
AT IO UCLOCa, A.U.,
I will sell
IK KNUki: HOUSEIIOM) t'UUNIlUKE,
in pait at fullowt, tfo t
II. W. 1'AKI.OK SUIT In haircloth
HandsoOM lulalit Center 'table, fall., wood
Aiuariusu. IVtur.i, Pallor Chair an-l ftocktrt,
Hugs Cuiuint, Mirisr, Va.es, llrackem
II.W. EXTENSION DININOTAIILEandCHAIKli
Koa Hook Case. Crockery, OlaMwai. Tabkfwarf,
U.W, istdabuard, MubU'lob
H,W. UKI1KOOM .SET COUPLET E
Hrd, llurcau, rVtarsJ, 'labia and Chair.
Hair Maltreat.!, I'tllow!, Motauua N4t
Cot.iUt., lllaiikels, CtW Wardrobe
PLAIN IIMjKOOM SLIS, CJ.l.
Kluteu Stos and Wares
I COVERED CARRIAGE
Almost tiw ; tunable for a fauuly
Oue Covered Uuggr, 0i addl Pony, Hay Cutter,
etc., tic, etc
Jr. 1'. All AM. Aurtlnmr
7"""" '"". i",7j oane,i3 want
II) man Hhm, 8 c ilrycoud i Dithniilum A Co, Sc
powder ; (trmliaiini A Co, 31 c bratid, 4 c oil, 10U
brUwlne c wilinr. t e ilv crv..!. Irin iC
O T I C E.
Notice i herehrciren Ihit the ITnilenliTnetl h
Nh.VS AflKNIS In IIiumIu hi. 11.1.. ftml iKnt lhtr
Inline hereafter will be condtide.! tin.ler Ihe firm
nam of U'kilhAn A Asiilry.
J. K. WISKMAN,
W. U, ASIII.KV.
" uirrrcu its TaNn, Mtinun wx raiu"
WISEMAN tt ASHLEY.
Tim onlv nMtsaMinn
UI.NLKAI. IIUSINKSS AOK.VTS
In the llAwftttftn Klnlorn
1ie new firm lake treat iteaurt In u itTnii to tin bui.
nem rommiinii) Atuf tlie pul be f-e iieratly that they bate
iumi ii, wr ui inc virini Krvunu. iioor in the
Nr.W "CAMI'lll'.t.l." .I'IKrM'isOOF'
om MtKtiANr tTirar, tmvoLui 1
whtre Ih.y will comliitt ihtir InisliKss htrufitr, arxl
t must haptiv totre Ihtlr sstrout ami rrlcntlt, rcrlina
assurrit that all liusiiirM traimclUm will 1 cnmlurtf.l
bylhtnt in ..cry stttlcuUr lolht I oflhrlr alulity,
nn.l un the most rsatuiul lo hnsls.
svklls. rAiui. .tr en .
HANI. At, ii ST. JO, AMIl CIIICA(.I), at HI INflTOV, ,
OUINCV till. KiiAnc.
KAL IStAtlt AND XHrUIVItaKT,
MIITUAI Lira INtUKANCK CIIUrANV OK NW VOK,
cirv or ionisiv rim insuksnc coM.Aitr,
llmiMe Hrohrt, Monty tlrtikom,
iltimtmn llmntr Ilrokrra,
X'T Sik-cIjI ntlFi.ti.sn In the Wliwinr ilritninlt
wllll our aim, atiilwr Incite )our irfruIM-rutal.,
Wells, Farg-o, & Co., General Forwarding and
We deliver letters, ucl.aje. sarrel, and money all
oser the world J tend order, direct toouraaentt like
wise to U fileil and returned. hhi. tliroualiout the
Untied felales und foreign countries mcrchAlnlise,curlot,
etc., front the Kingdom. ar Alwntt adsise j-our
frlemls al.ro.id to tend pnrveN. p.ulnjes, imriortant
letters, nnd mone) to )ou through WI.I.I..S, KAItliO,
'-P' "lios ntrenciet arc established in all laree cltle
otl the ulohe. llou't tonsider the c.tnse when send
nc thrutiKli u, at Wh Wll.l, (itMHAN IKK
.SAT ISI'ACI ION in esery particular, and hold OUK
bl.l.Vl.SKI.hl'ONSIIII.I.mallourundertaklriKt. Agents for the Hannibal & St. Jo. and Chicago,
Durllngton, & Qulncy Rail Roads.
These Kosds are the most comfortable and Inviting
roads rtuing east, 'tourists will find Ihe Senerj, Ihe
Palace Cart, the Sation Restaurants along these roads
rrusst Insiliiig and suiiort and letters will be gl.en lo
all travellers and tourists going either at lirtt or
second class passenger to the, 1'rtncir.al Agent In San
Fraiiclsso, who will take special rutins In making soil
acquaintrd with railway ofliiialft through letters, tothat
our trip will be most cnjojablc to the end.
Real Ettate Agents.
We buy and tell Real Ctlate
III all Lint of the Klnedftin. Srarrh rrninl. . .n.1 a.
lend tonipletcly to every branch in telling real nnd
leatehol 1 jirblierty. Our odice will contain msiit of
all piopertiet left in our charge. Wo mste a t-clality
... wiiciui icuii, sccjiiiiK premises 111 repair, tu)ing
and dl.liaiglng tatet, water rulet, and elTecting in
surancci. Uwnert of proiierty should bear In mind
that we will relieve them from citing their attention
to proiierty, guaranteeing at all timet to act with ore
for u nouiin.il consideration for tetvicet in thi depart,
tnent. Rooms, cottages, ami mansions to let at all timet
on application to us.
Wo supply all kinds of Help,
II. ill. mil. .ml r.....l. r- tl .1 I t 1
...... ...., v ..... mii mc van.,!!, iiianiliri oi
Industry on these Itlandt. Acenlt, Hantert, and
Almhanti generally should notify ut when sacanslet
raist, at we will furnish no help tuch at clelkt, talet
meii, book-keeiert, merhaniai, or laborer!, unlesi well
recoiniiiended to us. Cluneso terrantl nnd female un
vanu will U tuppheil lo ramiliet at thott nolice, for
w Inch n nominal commission it enacted ,
Life and Fire lalurance Agvnti.
Wcfiel it ai'luty to call every luan'jjlttentlon (liar
liculiily a nun of famils) to keep hit lifointured for llie
benefit or hi famil), who to often aredeKlident Uin
hit labor fur their support. Young men and mechanics
WOUld find It Ihe nuiil nleflsan. .i.iit. ..r il..l. !... ...
lake out a mlicj on Ihe " lonlln." principle, when in
- .... jmi. iiiry win nave sumcieni lunut 10 encage In
buiuiett with a neat capital 10 back them. W invito
lou to call on ut when we will take pleasure In illustrat
ing lo you how beneficial 11 it for tour welfare to be In
verj,1 man who owns property thould remember that
tire, llut grim messenger, often make. th. rich or
welltolo, pour and (utenj-Mricken, Ut thlt 1 a
warning to )ou ; and call un ut at unco and protect
)Ourselvct againtt lost.
Moueiy, to Loam, bfroui tlOO to tlO.OOO
on ilnt-olauu Meuritx.
.Custom House Broker.
We liase made special arrangetnrtitt whereby w. can
enter eoodt at th. custom Iwuse through power of ut.
loruey, and wo call upon all metthaiiliand tlorekectiei
to make ut their ageuti at once. Our cnaige. foe thi
woik are very reasonable, and w will enter good.,
pay and discharge freight and duty bills, and deliver
our goods direit to your placet of blititiett In prompt
order Merchant! and storekeeper! will find this of
great advantage to ihem in every way.
General Dualntt Agent.
Our long acipialntanc. wilh the lAisinett community
I well known, and we invariably keep Inviolate .11 bus'
nes nutter of a private nanire, llusirwtt men who
will intrutt Ihcir tuinmttcul inatlcrt 10 ut may alwayt
feel rwft In tu doing. W ttudy Ihe Interest, of our
client, al all timet, and advls.011 all businett topic
carefully, Utscd on our best judgment.
In th. (cnerat Ituslnet. Dtparlment we attend to
everything In the, commercial line, tuch at the fullow
ing, sir., llookt and Accouuli kept and a.llu.le.1 accu.
ralel), neatly, and tallsfatturily Hull collected
promptly, and protrcding. taken against debtors when
cumpuuioii It reured fur a tiecdy telllenicnt Legal
papert of every dcctijitiol, tuch at deedt, lamdt, tnorl
gaget, bills of tale, leasee, wills, partnership paitt,
stc., drawn. AU, AdvetiUnieuli, Notlset, Anfcles,
Coiniuunkalioiit an.) CorresimleiH. written Also,
Meraoflalt drafted and ngrosed, Driflt, Nolet, Hillt
of l.ichange, Unci, of Credit, and Hanking Mallei,
generally attended 10.
ALL OKIIKUS t'HOM IHE VARIOUS
'louswlll rcctirt proniptnett. Wt call purchase at
lh lowest raaikcl rate, and much more reasonably than
ou can, ami wo ln.t tvetylhin, Ufoi. wt buy, and
tliercfor. it tt to )onr Interest 10 tend your orderi lo
nt, at w then Ucome ie.(nitlble, and th. tntall tout
intttion you payut it let. Ilun wlut your purituttet
amount lo, buying at you have been doing direct.
I4T All cortetpaideiic. tu ut w. lake pleasure In
ait.cring without delay.
W. Invite every ca to Inspect our new and
spacious olficet, and at w have all ourapail
meutt working under a tysl.uu.tic rule, with
point assistant., central alioM aiHtaialcUl
advantages for conducting our butineta, wt feel
thai list- iximuiunity at large will wcIcoia tuth
a bctielkfc.l tauitulKKi at we hat. cuaUUUed,
wbert Irwiwaultofall may be tuptihcd by
Vol a tforr turxirar Sovanii,
lltntml Vmiaw Aytttt;
CAMPUELI.'S NEW BLOCK,
VAX lln, jij, Ttiiriiahr, t;t. ,
P.R.Our Oulstrna aial New Vear' Hoot, ttm
ret ly j and on applwaliou in by Icttu wt U1 pi. sent
or acrid you on, T
THANK lit. I'UIILtC geo.r'.lly U JuiTlL.ll
Sltf U'lLl'tl.U .... SIC AC.f . tiu .......
,. wmow.4 tuioe. tbew svaiaa
tat tsslabatsvav !t ll....l.l.a ..al Pi
"an.1 they trual ti lalstral jtkartl tat
esr ff uat It. Us. rttlawa.