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A meeting of the jwojle of Kal.hi
.illc was Arranged tot Wednesday
titi moon lat at whirls i( wa pmiiosed
t'nt Hon. C. V. lilipo should mldfe
I' em in the inlctest of tltc Kawamui
.uul Cuter (independent) ticket. A
S.ir.;c gathering ImmI awemMed at the
i dun Ii to hear the addrcM ; hut wore
iniK h siiqiritrd 10 find imtoid that Mr.
I I. KauIuVou, the loading incmttcr of
lh " National ticket " had usurped
hn place for the nonce with the c i
dent intention of "cinturing the meet
ing." He had ronte to talk again!
tune, a he ran alvva; iki when ocra
sum c.ill-s and lie ierfomicd his allot
ted task k well that darkness and
ciu.t scats were all that remained ln
fore he concluded, lint the scattered
audience had a mind to hear what they
had come for and lingered in the vicin-
until they felt secure from further
inlcmij4kn : then, .ifscmiiling again
and lighting up the church, they invited
Mr. 1'ilipo to proceetl with his remarks
tthkh he did. He spoke at some
length, his oration Ixnng rercivcd with
attcnthjn and evident apvrovl. Apro
pos, this subject, we venture the opinion
that the bullying and swagger of the
" National " candidates will tend more
I I help their oponcnts than to lift their
own c.ioc Money and soft talk may
s-imctimas induce voters ; Imt bnuency
and hull-dozing, (Hire and simple, never.
Kvcn iolicemen who have lieen threat
ened with loss of jtosilion in the event
of their violating instructions as to the
placing of their votes, or inhabitants of
districts who have been occultly re
minded, that the government candidate
is a district justice or a sheriff, with
whom it would behoove the voter to
be on terms, cannot but inwardly re
sent the insult thus offered to his man
hood. True to Gibsonian principles,
the government having ceased to Ik
able to fool the voter longer, with
honeyed words and saintly tears shed
over his distressed condition under
Jsjs regimes, thinks now by the ever
cisc of petty despotism to best s-ecurc
its ends. The system of rewards and
punishments was first applied to secure
a greater homogenicty in the personnel
of the under executive ; men of inde-K-mlcnt
thought and honest intention,
were first dismissed to make room for
t'Udtcs and tools, and now it is pro
posed to extend the system so as to
control the ballot itself. So far as in
dications at present arc manifested,' it
would seem that in many districts the
dibson ring may have its ains for its
woik. The 1 (awattan voter lias too long
cnioycd the freedom of the Iwllot not
to know tlut he may use that privilege
to suit himself, notwithstanding any
machinery that may be put to work to
defeat tlut end Apparently, the co
ple, after having tasted the sweets of
Gibsonian rule ; the benefits of million
loans, and the promises of ItcncfiLs
therefrom by them to be derived, are
now able to appreciate them at their
iri.si: .i.v; ortiHictvi.iK.
'The following is the 'National,
tuket for Honolulu," says Mi. Hditor
ebb, and goes on to mention Hon
orable Kaulukou, Lilikalani and Kcau
and Ijcul John T. Hakcr. "National"
is good. It is more titan good it is
ITiesc then arc the gentlemen who
are to represent the "national" principle
in Hawaiian ilitics. What do they
really represent ? Mr. Kaulukou is a
gentleman whose jHrrsistent place hunt
ing is armed with otnate but empty
eloquence. Mr. Ltlikalini is cruelly
notorious at the alleged author of a
pamphlet manifesto, popularly credited
to a gentleman of greater literary skill
lieutenant Hakcr is a play soldier.
.Mr. Kcau is Mr. Keau.
We do not urjoe to. make this a
campaign of detraction and vilification.
Men arc a great deal less than prin
ciples although principles without
men are valueless. Hut given the
principles and there always rive men to
liccouie their cx(ioncnt(. How do the
principles of the two tartic. contrast?
An unlimited loan ten millions it
10 neatly unlimited when the real needs
of the islands ate considered that the
woid is not far wrong seems to mark
the horizon of Mr. lalikalani's tato
mamhijit l'cthap he las dunged his
Vic since the appearance of the re-
loadable manifesto which bears hi
name. It is lo be hocd tlut the view
of the reputed author have changed
ll so, his influence ought to count fur
the election of nin who know enough
to roidute the fallacy of Mr. IJlikaUni'o
Mr. Kaulukou stands committed a
the 3tostle of akohol lor the I lawaiiaru.
Hie high jivikge of getting drunk
jutt as often and jutt as thoroughly a
any liaole tiuy, u the gti-at ptinciplc
lor which the i'A-Spctial (iommtvsioncr
to Jaan contends. If the king will
Kiioiuly consider the question he will
tccognixc the fact that men with ideas,
and principles like those of Mr. Kauhi
kou arc most tlangerous when they are
most "raiiiuticH - in that scrue. If
the i lose frictuU of the king will make
it their huiificvs'lo atiiuaint luiii with
the actual condition of hi jele, the
kng will recognic tlut he is the men
aicli of a few thotuand native I lawaiian
tnouly doomed by drink and disease
t.'ii',in. nnhim. n .1 .',it-. UIl'i
hi- help .tvi ilu in l .inltiv i" i tit.
H!.tl 't tin li ti"f law
If the king will not tee the duty of
this, let his adv.fCM acquaint tlietn
Ktve with the feeling of lite whiles.
I'fohiliilkm all aloil the line Tuld
rtwet tht whlwtof tfwtty, high Ikerwe
woukl tatisfy Mrtens Mtfrt jioHrc stir
reillamc wotthl rontfnl rtill ot Iters.
Hut we thinlt a clear iwikirity imhtd-
inn of " moderate iltinfcen"
wtwhi lllte to kc intcmperancr cwc
licre ml y vs.
If tntcmpcwmc is to diutinndt here,
(withwtt ptrohibitkm) witrteihinfi more
potent that moral Mimion mut lie
emiJojxnL The strong arm ol more
eflii lent etc utivc- than we have must
restrain the opium-smoking traffic of
Chinenc and their contraband liipior
wiling. It mutt close mil bar rooms
at any early hour. It must comiel
whKVy sellers to keep orderly hnttmi
ami prevent the Mle of litpior to
To tk alt or any of these things re
quires an efficient olirc forte. We
mt none. It h appropriate, in this
connection, to note the recent defence
of the police department in the Advcr
tier. It is fitting tlut Mr. Cilwou'i
arch aolorit should lie al aologist
in chief for the most miwnnaged
depatttnent in the kingdom except
the foreign office and the lioard of
health. Hut it is always darkest liefore
dawn. In this instance the dawn is
(or might to lie) Mr. lvdwnrd Marfar
lane. He can (and wc trust will) make
the Advertiser a newspaer. He ar
rives to find it a jier neither of news
nor of opinion, and offensive to the
nostrils of all ritiiens who ate at once
honest and intelligent. We hope-we
Inst -that he will make it indcien
dent, conservative, decent, upright and
able. We think he has the courage,
the judgment and the exjierience to do
all this. Wc shall sec what we shall see.
iiHrn.icrtox, .sit. vhkk, itnr.t.ii.i-
The Advertiser of the Sth instant
contained the following jiaragraph :
Umler lh tivt battling the following ap
pesis in the American KrgiMcr. ilatl it Iwcn
inttnttot fat wtne of the ren'tlents of litis city,
the castigMkMi could not lutre lieen more
ilirbte. It is unnecvjxrtry lo inenlion
nunc, tint se imly asltl " where the cap fits
wear it i" "Some men, intlcetl loo many, seek,
lo get lont in thc'woilit liy ett eiskms of
imlh, ml by tlclraction, shtmlrr, ami tlcfama
titw. ThH i a melancholy truth anil a dis
grace to human rut u re. Such men should lie
marked, and humed at a pestilence, avoided
as tltc oinotts upas tree. It is a rematkalite
tact, that the slanderer more frequently injures
his dttes who arc misletl anil imjxised on liy
his slander than the object of Ins senum and
tlelrsclion. lieware of the defanier and of all
who speak esil of others."
Linguage could not more appropria
tely characterize the unhappy calumnia
tor who has made the obscene Elelc
the vehicle by which his malice has
sought to smirch the reputation of
many of' those gentlemen whose integ
rity has made them as a matter of
course his enemy. Mr. Webb ought
not to trust Klder Gibson with the
shears in stabbing himself he hurts
In lost "week's Press was an interview
with a prominent local financier on the
currency question. In the paragraph
about exchange between hcre and
Hongkong apcared the following sen
tence : "With the high rate of ex
change in San Francisco, exchange in
Hongkong cannot be offered at rates
to indut o(s,uch people to seek it." In
that sentence substitute "on" for ''in"
the idea being that the present cost
of exchange on San Francisco is so
great that it pays the individual China
man to cxiiort gold rather than buy
exchange even though exchange on
Hongkong is selling at a. discount in
San Francisco. The double typo
graphical error was doubtless annoying
to the gentleman interviewed ; it was
certainly so to the editor; but wc trust
the intelligence of readers makes this
Lisbon has had two earthquakes.
Bismarck is said to be planning to
improve the condition of German
It is reported that Mary Anderson,
the American actress, is to marry the
English Duke of Portland.
Kx-I'resident Grant slipped on the
icy New York vi5ment, Deccinlier
27th, and tiainfully though not seriously
hurt his right leg.
The Iimptcss of Austria has liecn
ordered not to ride after the hounds
any more ; and the Irish stables of the
first horsewoman in Kuroie are being
John H. Stetson, charged with obtain
ing money from Minister Carter in
Washington by forgery, was delivered
to a Washington detective in llosto'n
" 'ITie assault by the Southern sugar
growers ujion the I lawaiian reciprocity
tteaty is one of the most forcible argu
ments in favor of its retention," says
the Sacramento Record Union.
If the programme of Prince Ilis-
marck is carried out the Kitticror of
.titstn.i .iikj tut. rviiig ui .311.1111 win
meet in Rome in the spring, and the
King of Italy and the Kmjicror of
Austria will altcrwanu visit the Ktn
peror of Germany at llcrlin.
The Umdon jyipcre report full
meetings in which clergymen and their
wives converse with convicted thieves
and the lowest class of frail female,
and aiMiatlmg details are given of
drunkenness and the ignorance and
wretched wages of the London poor.
The San Francisco Bulletin says:
" The Chincnc trade, which is always
to be reckoned part of tlut mythical
trodc of the Orient, which docs so
much to stimulate the reJigio economi
cal enthusiasm prevalent at the ItaM,
has never licen a profitable trade to any
of the nations engaged in it"
The llnglivh fleet at Canton includes
the Audacious (flagship), Alabatrovt,
t'leojiatra, I1y, Vigilant, Foxhound,
Zephyr. Pegasus, Cockchafer, Oaring
and hwifuurc. 'Ihc German squadron
Utornmamlcd by Admiral Gaftz and
U couiKcd f the Stosch, Ixijalg,
Hyena. Mis, Nautilus, and Alulutrovs.
'Hie combined squadron! present tfce
most jtowcrful naval fortes ever seen
in inuesc Haters.
rm: ritf in it rumu
ll Mi tin s,.u.ir Prtidui ii-. of
I iii.ist.iu.i -in In h.m the car nf 1 011-gn-ss
to their hearts content, it is likely
that any nutttlicr of irnHHltlom to
abrogflle the reciprocity treaty will Iw
Int rod rued Ivcforc the sc.tsion rltwtW.
On the nib ultimo n rcsohition wn
intmtluretl by ?entor Jonas of I .outt
urn, offered as a "joint revolution" of
loth limisc. of ctmgtesM, ami to give
notice to this kingdom thru the treaty
must terminate. On the 19th ultimo
Senator Gibson (also of Louisiana)
offered another tewiliitinti, precisely in
the same words. llnth revolutions
were tcfened to the committee on
foreign relations, of which Senator
Miller of California is chairman. In
the house of representative n bill of
like effect was introduced by Mr. 1 lardy
of New Votk. This was referred to
the hoitv committee of forcifln affair.
ofwhhh I'A (tocrnor Ctittin of Peim
sylvanin it said to Ive chairman both
Ctix of New Yotk (our friend) and llel
1110111, also of New Yotk (our enemy)
lcmg "left." Randall of Pennsylvania
(also our friend) is chairman of the
committee on appropriations, a jiosi
lion which will cmphasiie his right to
the leadership of the house. Penn
sylvania has liatl practical demonstra
tion of the value of the treaty to
American interests and luith Senator
Randall and Senator Cuitin are fully
aware of tne fart.
It would be foolish to deny that a
strong feeling against the treaty exists
in the present coneress. 1 he eosnel
of selfishness is likely to have great
weight with politicians aiming to lc
statesmen. I he reasons of international
politics which make these islands
essential to the naval supremacy .of the
North I'aetlic have no weieht with
those short sighted folk who ran only
compute results in dollars and cents.
U e have no right to expect considera
tion from men who have not brants
enough to realize how much the
possession of these islands may some
time mean : or who have been nur-
chascd with money from the same
corruption fund that pays the venal
press and the venal lobby now at rayed
against us. Hut there is. fortunately an
obverse side to this disagreeable pic
ture. Senator John Sherman of Ohio
one of the clearest headed, most
logically demonstrative and most con
servative of Republicans favors an ex
tension of reciprocity to include the
"American system" of nations of
which Hawaii forms an inseparable
part, by right of its intimate commer
cial relations and by virtue of its mis
sionary colonization. Senator Cockrell
ol Missouri is also a friend of the ex
tension of reciprocity. His plan is to
increase American commerce by build
ing up trade with South American
countries through the fostering aid of
reciprocal commerce. The contending
lorces may and may not lock horns on
the question. We have friends and
enemies in congress; and wc must not
make the mistake of denying that many
of our enemies are quite honestly
ignorant of the paramount importance
of these islands to the naval supremacy
of the United States. It is for our
friends in the senate and in the house.
aided by our public and private repre
sentatives m Washington, to show,
by facts and figures, the real im
portance of these islands
the foster parent which
been so kind to us. It
afford to continue its kindness.
large sum it pays us yearly is but a drop
in the sea compared to the advantages
tins eaccful vossession gives. It
might have to my for us outrieht or
come and " take us."
The following joint resolution has been
twice introduced 'in the senate, each time by
one of the senators from Louisiana, and each
time reff rretl to the committee on foreign rela
tions s "Joint Resolution as to giving notice
to terminate the convention of June third,
eighteen hundred cr.d seventy-five, with His
Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands.
Whereas the said convention, in its fifth arti
cle, provides that Ihc convention shall remain
in force for seven years from the date at which
it may come into o:ration, and further until
the expiration of twelve months alter either of
the high contracting parties shall give notice
to the other of its vvsih to terminate the same
each of the high contracting parlies being at
lilierty to give such notice to the other at
the end of the said term of seven years, or at
any time thereafter : Therefore, resolved by
the senate anil house of representatives of
the United States of America in congress as
sembled, That the l'rcsidcnt of the United
States lie requested tit give the notice to ter
minate said convention in the manner and M
the time set forth and provided fur in said fifth
Mr. Hardy of New Voik also introduced
the following resolution which was read twice,
orJctcd printed and referred to the house com
mittee on foreign affairs, "itcsolral by the
Senate and House of Representatives nf the
United State of America in congress assent
bled, that notice of the wish on the lurt of the
government of the United States o terminate
the treaty bettteen the United States of
America and hi Majesty the King of the Ha
waiian Islands, conchideA on the 30th day of
January 1875, and which took effect on the
9th slay of Septemlier 1S76, be giren to his
Majesty the King of the Hawaiian I standi, In
compliance with the terms arul provisions nf
atlielc five of said ticaty.
'I he Committee on Commcicc of the Ameri
can House of Representative is constituted as
follows t Keagan, Clartly, Turner of Kentucky,
Dunn, Sesmour, (ilascock, Woodward, Hoyte,
liailidalr, O'.S'cil of I'nmylranla, Davis of
Illinois, Wailsworth, Long, .Stewart ofver
mont awl IVters. Should licaly legislation
orn befiire this committee, the Islands have
at least one gooj friend (ilascock of Califur
Ai anticipated by the I'adfic Cuast in cm
hers, neither of the house committees to which
the amendment to the Chinese Restriction Act
ate lilcly lo l telcircd have been made up to
as to Iw hostile to tlietn, Indeed, it would
wrin that Spcal.tr Cailitlc had attempted to
fuim the committers of ronuarrcs- ami foreign
affairs with rtfeinvo; W thi very question.
The new Chinese bill will proUUy be referred
lo the coiiinuitec on commerce, with the pi'
peel tlut the committee on furcign alfaiis may
hate something to do with the question affect
ing the measure, or the measure itself, before it
halts the house. The Pacific Coast mlrocates
of the new bill tic gratified lo btlittc that a
majority of both those committees air their
Unusual Interest It fell In the forthcoming
Issue (f the Concessional Ulirciwr," on
account of the large Increase In the immbcr of
irpreseritatbct, ai well at because of the un
cvtoouty Urge uuml.tr of .new iik Mure
llun one-half of tltc thiec bundled and (srfnty
' .1 1 11 Mi.,i'h'ir in- nt 1 In h"iir lit ilu
lll.mil, 1 h.iirmau the ln.mr cummin re un
roinnire, wrrsjlti' ami meitsnres, fvor In re
coininR of trttde ilAllurt Into atrmilinl ilfllktts,
,tmt tlilnW tire Nnttig nf I lie Islter sUrwWl wvt
The Ikhm llwr cimimlttee, at fiwrle m,
thw not cww Imlf) nny ltHe'Crt inwntlttt,
Imt il it, rwsfrllithBst, rfgfilil as MtV lo nn
Her ami teport the ClttiMne RaMrlttlnn Mlb
At wm tit llm winimlttee U oigAiltred the
rnilre IVadfle-Cotstt dfleg.illsm In lit Iwnte
will gn liefnre It and ask In be limfl In favor
of the new Mil.
MoftHofi, rhflliniAn of tht wnp nmi ruertnt
cowmltter, Is iotnl as wylng 1 " lite com
mltlet wilt reott a bill making rt pretty
jreneml rnUinlon In eslttlne. diillen 1 tltol In
aimnjslng the pros islnnt of tho hill the com
mittee will look to ihe (Hitlltillty of piewrlng
is tomture tlut can mm cungrna 1 Imt whether
u not the Mil can Ret through the ltnie wlth
iui helrsg amended, so At to dettroy lit useful-
news, is a matter 01 mete conjeettite. .Mnr
tintn said tlmt he is tint in fator of ilistttthing
the tas on whhky ami tolwccn. It In now
mIiI that Mortitou will most cettainly itrt
n hill providing fur imtHiitnnt rrtUtctlons In the
tnrllT, and that the tarilT Will lie one of the
lending subjects of debate.
;t ri: nnti:mx .v:ir.v,
Mevico hat reduced import iluttn two per
cent., nil all gtxids brought In Mexican IkiI
tmns. There is also an eight per cent, reduc
tion on Asiatic goods, imjxjrt ttl by the rq;nlat
l'Mnatd ll.1nl.1n and (Icorgc I.ec, the
Morld-cclcbraleil oarsmen, rowisl a thee mites
ntul a quarter shell race on Christmas Day,
olTAIameil.i Point In San 1'ianrlscn hailior.
Ilanlan won, keeping annul of Ie all the
way i time, IS minutes ami . J seconds.
The Woman's Silk Culture Association an
nounce In llteir circular .1 Mik lair in nc iicm
in Philadelphia nest May. Uist summer
$.(00,000 worth of silk was raised by the wo
men of the country. The best silk raised from
eggs sent out by the Association came Irom
California, which Is expected to make a goml
showing at the fair on account of state aid.
The assertion is made by Rev. ICdward
Ks'crttt Hale, oser his own signature, that
public schools in lloston are closed by the
lical school commiltei's to give an opportunity
for licensing liquor s.ilims. Ily Ihe .Massachu
setts law no saloon can lie liecnsetl within
a given distance of a public school. Ily Ihe
oppoilunc closing of one of the schools for a
few days, eleven saloons obtained licenses.
Then it was re-opened.
is supplementary lo Dr , Parker's essay
on Madagascar printed on the first pagcJ-it
is interesting lo learn that on the night of
N'ovemlier 16th the llovas attempted toaliduct
the Queen of fiaxalavas from Mayugas, but
were frustrated by fire from a gundioat ami
the landing of a party of rillcmcu from another
gunboat. The condition of the French troops
in Madagascar is good. Negotiations with the
Hovas have not yet liecn resumed.
Mr. James C. Flood of San Francisco made
Christmas gifts as follows to charitable insti-
tntious : Orphans Asylum Society (Protes
tant), $1,000 ; Orphan Asylum, in charge of
Sisters of Charity, $1,000 j Pacific Hebrew
Orphan Asylum and Home Society, $1,000 ;
Ladles' Protection and Relief Society, $1,000;
San Rafael Orphan Hoys' Asylum, $1,000 :
Magdalen Asylum, in charge of Sisters of
Mercy, $500 : Hoys' and Ciirls' Aid Society,
$150; Californian State Women's Hospital,
For about a week alter the Alameda mile
Manager Fassett of the Hawaiian Hotel was
the mournfullest man in town. The me.ry,
merry maidens, the blooming matrons, the
gallant cas-alicrs that followed in their train,
had gone and left a banquet hall deserted, and
empty corri tors that echoed still Ihe tunable
harmony of some of the happiest laughter that
ever resounded there. Now lie is himself
again, for the MariKK3 brought the hotel
Ijst Monday the attorney-general brought
to the notice of the supreme court an article
recently published in Ihe Klele lefiecting UHin
the fairness of Chief Justice J udd. An order
issued directing Mr. Daniel Lyons Ihe
nominal publisher at the time the article ap
peared to show cause why he should not be
held for contempt of court. The case is" set
for at to a.m. to-day, at which time it may
transpire whether or no the shepherd saint still
owns the Klele or no.
Vestcrday the religious meetings were well
attcntled. Rev. .Mr. Merritt let the cvenint!
meeting at Kort-Strect Church, which was a
most excellent one. To-day. service will be
iielil in tlic licthcl at 11 a.m. Hie evening
service at Kort-Strcet Church will lie omitted,
The topic for prayer is, "Home and Foreign
Missions! for those engaged in missionary
work, that they may lie devotedly energetic,
united, faithful and discreet ; for all Using in
ignorance, or in rejection of Christ's Gospel,"
, 1 im i.w.i 11 m..
.1 CrlllrUni of KhuII'Ii 111) It.
Why can not Knglidi girls lie taught to move,
wall., stand, and even laugh? Kven if they man.
age to enter a room with ease and sclf-osScs-sion,
they lack that gift of grace thai, when it
Is natural, can be scry well imitated by train
ing. As to "standing at ease," not one English
woman in fiftycan tlo it. They are given lo
resting their weight on one foot, and then trans
ferring it to the other.
A little training would show them tliat it Is
much less fatiguing, aiul Incomparably more
graceful to balance the weight equally upon
loih. It would not then be necessary to
Julancethc he.nl uxni one tide, as though
they lud brought out some one else in mistake.
At to laughing, (tow seldom except on (lie
stage, do wc hear a really musical laugh. Some
girls male dreadful grimaces when they laugh.
A little education in the art would not male
their laughter artificial, and they would surely
enjoy It all the more If lla-y could rcalirc that
they might Indulge In mirth without nuUng
ihcmseltci look so scry ugly, as is occasionally
It runt In families tomctmes to distort their
countenance. In laughter, I know a family who
laugh a gtcat ileal. Their cyet always shut up
when they tlo to, ami It is the funniest tiling
when one dines with them, ami something
amusing it said, to look arouml the table, and
k-e ciactly the tame distortion on every face,
Thcic it not an eye left In the family. Three
tillers whom I know show quite half an Inch
of j ale pink gum when they laugh, In their
presence, like Wendell Holme, "one tieter
ilaiet lo be at funny at one can," for fear of
teeing this appalling triple vision of gums. A
little training In childhood would make their
laughter plesant thing to look at, for (hey all
have piclly little wpuic teeth, very while and
A rattier severe form of toic throat It now
somewhat prevalent In the city and In sub
uilit, and a case or two of tcaiUllna hat been
Kited. The data at hand In icfercnce to
the last named dittos.-, however, It at set of
inch a nature u to leave a doubt. The actual
mUtence of ltd disease, or not, will soon i.
detc nutned, at It It of veiy vIk.ii ocubalton
I and highly conUgknu.
.Mrs, f tHirfhir lrf...
Thi -ill il tin- Wnilil n sir quite liisrsil.
samr. N" msn nr woman may live half a cen
imy lyoinl boyhood or gttlhtiod and-leave
Iwlilml no Inlanee of lmpffnn for good Or
ill. IM vety ftw who laive llih lift for art
ullif r may cany Into the hereafter the hlwctl
firvticloflfTW of having malle hippy (it Isast
or little iMmlfnl nf tire wtitld't ftfl tmttth
tmlr -tliiorreh half a century nl Umllinttst,
On Ihe tSth ultimo there died. In San Fran
ehrfi Mr. Catherine McKee, mhlteM of Rose
Runeh, Maul. 'o wtunan on these Wandt
wits lielttr known. Few women In any
country have given Utter rwsssn for grateful
Catherine McNUcu wtis Ikuii in New Vnrk,
nf .Scotch jMrentt, June to, 1S17. At the day
of her death, therefore, she was aged 66 jsjnts.
5 iiionlht ami 8 days. In ISjn, Mist Mc.Vhen
lieciwiw Mrs, Captain MeKec. They wctc
nMrrled In New Vork. In 18 j Captain
Mi-Ker srtilesl In llnnnlaln, aller a nrtrmw
evrtpe from dtsslh on titMril the whaler he was
i-omui.uidliig. Three years later Mrs. Melsee
jolnetl him lieie. In Decemhci, iSjfi, they
mhivisI to Rnte Ranch, Uhiwlakua, Maul, the
(Aiuily horn ever thirr.
Nine children were Ixirn to litem, eight of
whom are still IMng-thc fourth child (James)
dying when only rt year old, The surviving
children are Parker McKee, Mrs. Col. .. S,
Swulding, of Kauai Mis. Col. M. L. W,
Kitcheni, of New ork Mr, Charles McKee,
Mm. I), Nooiutt, of Chieo, llutte County,
California i Mrs. Kitty McKee, Mis. F. P.
Hnstings, wife of the United States sire-con
sul at this ioit and Miss Rose McKee,
Of Mrs. McKee, as hostess of Rose Ranch,
there is no ncctl in write nl length the story
of her hospitable life is written In immnubt'itil
grateful hearts. Willi her, hospitnllly was
lii-tler than an Instinct, broader than n talent,
more lasting than an impulse. Her kindness
to young ieoile was .1 feature of that hospital,
ily. Scores of young men and men no longer
young, In years will miss something from
their lives as they realiic that the mistress of
Ulupatakua Is its mlslress no lunger. A
month ago the writer of this hilling tribute
finished an nrliclc tin Hawaiian Hospitality
whence is taken the following sentences! "I ligh
on the southern slopes of Halcakala, amid the
trees its founder planted, nestles n long, low,
rambling house, with broad verandas and odd
angles anil a pervading sense of restful wel
come. The liquid labials of Its Hawaiian
name cling caressingly to the memories of all
who vMt it. The thrill of its compelling
beauty is an inspiration. The spell of its
brooding peacefillness is a benediction. Do
I need to name its name ? All the world has
heard or dreamed of Uhipalukua." And
little thought the writer that perhaps the
scry hour he wrote the mistress of that home
of homes lay stricken in still vigorous old age
by a malady' that medical skill might not surety
Two days before the first premonition of her
danger, Mrs. McKee had been visiting her
neicc, the wife of Chief Engineer Kutc, at
Mare Island. On her return to San Fran
cisco, .1 sudden and protracted pain in her
Imw els followed by violent vomiting, explained
to the attending physician that his patient
was threatened with strangulation of the intes
tine. A consultation of physicians decided upon an
operation. Surgeon Taylor, of the United
States Army, performed it, assisted by six
For forty-eight hours before the operation,
Mis. McKee suffered intense pain, which she
bore with uncomplaining fortitude. After the
operation, all pain ceased. It was apparently
successful. Hut the shock had been too great:
and, on the iSlh, she began to sink rapidly;
and died full of faith and hope conscious and
brave to the last.
Two of her daughters, Mrs. Noonan and
MUs Rose McKee were with her at the last; as
were also Chicf-Fngincer and Mrs. Kutz.
The sorrow of all in San Francisco who
knew her was made manifest and the floral
tributes sent by friends were lavishly beautiful.
Mrs. Hastings went over by the Zcalandia,
returning last Wednesday by the Mariposa,
acconqianicd by Miss Rose McKee. They
brought with them the body of their mother.
Funeral services will be held at their resi
dence on llerctania street next Tuesday at
2 r.M. after which the remains will be quietly
(without procession) placed on board the
Kinau, to lie carried to Uhqialukua and and
placed beside husband and father on' Mauso
Thr HrtttU nf tlnnnlithi't 7.Vrillie,
The following private letter explains itself.
It is only one instunce among a score :
.When I tell you that wc have just disciplined
eleven of our church mcmlicrs for drunkenness
within this last rptarter and learn that proba
bly wc have not got hold of one-half, if one
quarter of those who should havn been sus
pended or excommunicated, you will base a
slight glimpse of what rum Is doing for us here.
The natives seem to have signed their own
death warrant. Rum is as free as water. The
greater tiart of the wages earned from week to
sveck goes for this nccur.ed stulT and tliu out
look is that the end of hope is not far in Ihe
distance. Men, women and children equally
go in for it.
Then the opium. The Niy of a ncighlmr, a
lad only a dozen jcars old, told his father a
few days since that one Chinaman, whom he
named, in this vicinity, had forty tins of opium
and was giving it to hoy and girls about him
to as lo form the habit of smoking it and then
sell his vile ttulT, I inquired of the father of
one of the Uiys named If lhU revort was true.
He replied 1 " ess every word of il, I have
no control over my lay at all. Every, dime
that he can get goc to this Chinamen for
Some one In a recent Gazette complained of
gambling in Honolulu by rallle. 1 am told by
foreigners ami natives, loo, that In many of
our Chinese ttoies, In eating houses and In
certainly one foreign ctuhlhhmcnt, gambling
It as common at the day, with no elfoits to
conceal the practice.
Practically, wc arc without law- as to these
vices named and it needs no wools of mine to
assure you llat the condition of things among
us is such at to ctcite Ihu gravest apprehension
in Ihe mind's nf all who regard a just Cod or
have any thought for life good of hit fellow
Those In high placet, who aie iesonslbte
for this featful stale of things urc lupnlng up a
heavy score Bgalnit Ihc great day of final
account t. .Meantime how many of these xir,
Iccbie, templet) Hawaiian, arc hopelstsly
cursed and laid Into dishonored grave 1 One
weeps over this wholesale slaughter of a race
kind and gentle by nature, who are wantonly
given over in (hit miserable end by those
who should have K-cn their piotection.
' In the January Uppincolt there ft a
sparkling tkctch entitled Hawaii IVnot, des
cribing the coronation ceremonies of King
Kalakau and Queen KaploUnl. It It written
and illustrated by ' ltelle Osborne, who It
known lo many here at Ihe charming and ac
complished wife of Mr. Joseph Strom;, the
artist, formcily of I his city, now rctJdonl at
Honolulu." lite above It from I lie San Fran
cUcu Argonaut The aillclc will 1 welcomed
by a ll of lloiwJulans to whom Mrs.
Stiong Is to dMczvedly auxial favoiitc.
OrTie of Superintendent cl Water Worki, ,
HoNiiioLn, July j, M,
Art rnnt rwstnt Wtir IVMIraH tie MttiM tint
iMr WT ttATtn un rrll utnl-iinnun, tniwt.
timet, M V inV rf lit SntvttntimtMil of Water
W'ctVt, fnm isf Nattsmw street, tii IN m iky f
Jsmwojr.ml Jnljef NKitSMr. 0. II. WILSON,
Ht-tf utnlinll Wslei WwV
HIE KI.KCIION Mtr.lKIKNTA11VKAift
t fcf9 ' WKI)NKIMV the fth iMy tf Pi;il.
"Witiil ( IBtf
1 ne lMU ai th wvffnl ylf nf I1rM wfll I
pjwml ri I n't lor k, A.M., on llWtUy ln iMmMlt il
t!.l at t o'Uvtcki r.M.
lit fotlowlflf tMt nMnl!gnftifit fr .wMmik itit
DIttilct of Ittto
f'irt)'lllHJ'Vl. .Oiir ltmii, U
Strtwrtt A Until llrtint, ltihwl
H KtVtw , IXt ,r
K A l.)mni .. , In (JfruVOtw
DlilrUt of HninlsiiA.
I1ri rrl!,H I'lAftt.. Chtirt I lot.!, MahoVm
Sw1 " . , .Omul llmntrt V'nIte
tiHMtim rif nidfvm,
J I' M hit I )ttri t JiHl kt
Uwhm mn..... in AwHiit.r
J K KMmMniAmi Tax Coltoloi
Ifri IVlllnn l'.c. ...CosJtt Umiw, Wnlmnt, S KMt.-tb
lrMttof at i:!ftrrMi,
SH MaI.i.U .Diatitrt JiiMlce
I Stiitf.llsn.. .... ...Tax Attui
I. l'..nklVl , 'Uk Collector
SecoiKl I'ollitHi i'Lw,,Ctiiiil IlMtf, K.i.(i.m, N Knfi.iU
InojwHoir ( l'.lttin.
JO rCnr.li1...i.iMMtiil,lk' JuMicc
I' Kntttatmltn l)x Avwwmr
KaaI,.. .Ta L'ollrttitf
District of NoitliKoiu.
I Villi up Vlct. ..... Sthtmt lloiiMr, Kailttn
Iiil-ttlur of r.Ittliim,
J O lliitiill ....,. I litirttllmlicA
A Kllu.ipili... ran Cfrltttiir
I'ulUllft Vlut SctKMjt tl(HIVt UiX.UciU
ln)ircturt! o( l.lettlun.
C W I' Knro.... ii... DiMrlct Jiit!cf
Oil NaMim. . Tm Awr
I) KamaValM.il......... lat C.llrit6r
. District of Kan.
IVitlinj I 'late .Pcncfr' Sttrcliott llonu.ir
Jit S M.irtlii..... DUhlu hutke
N KaimIiu i....... Tax Awr
Kntin,tii ,......... Tax Collet tor
District of Puma.
t'otMii PUcp Court tlmitCt I'oh.VilI
J MaM.imt DiMiiil Juvlicn
I K Ktniltili. , ..Tiix Ahirsnur
I I. Wnltine Tax Collector
District coniposeit of Labnliia, Olowalu, Ultume
liAtne, .in si Kfthoolawe.
Pulling l'l.tce,.... Court ll(uw l.iliaiti;
InKclors of l.Icttiori,
J A Uauknu . . . . f .
. . IUX AtntVJr
District composeit of Kaliakuloa and Kaanapall.
Polling I'liMe .School lloute, Itonolua
liijicctors of Klection.
District Ircfllnnlnt: with niut liicludlns Walliee ami
vxtenilinf to niul including; IlouuauU. -
I'irt Polling Place ...Court IIouc, Watlulu
SccoihI ., ....... .Court Jlouw, Ulunl.ijita
, A nolo Police JiimIc
t V. Kicliarittuit.
W it Keanu
District iKgliuila? with anitlnehlillng Hainakualoa
nnil extending to and Including Kula.
Pulling Plcc Court llouic, MAattao
Imtiector. of Kleitiun.
W 1 Motsman District Jutlice
J NaVnokoo. Tax Atcssor
A t'uniander. Tax- CollcUor
District beglunlng with and including Kaliiktuul
and extending to and including Roolau.
Pulling Place..., Court lluuse, I tana.
Insjicclors uf Klection.
S V K.-uii , Divirict J uttice
I I lamina. . . .. Tax .cssor
P Kamal u Tax Cullectur
' District of Mololciland Lanal.
Firsl Polling Place.. ....Court House, Puloo, Molokat
Invtclort of r.lccrlon.
K K Kup'ihca...,, DUtrict Jti.liee
j A Kaul.au ... .Tax Col!ectoi
Second Pulling Place School Houe, Kauhl, ltna
Intpectors of Election.
SNahoohalaliala..... ...District (uoice
Dlstrla of Kona.
Polling Place Alitolani Hale
1 nsectors of IMcetton.
i V Itlckerton ..Potiicjitfirice
I'll llavclden Tax Astesv,
Geo II l.uce Tax Collector
District of Ewa and Walanae.
First Polling Place Sclioul Huuse, WaLtwa
Inspector, of Klection.
H N Kahulu DUtricl Justice
K II t'riel ,.... Tux Assessor
A Kaulil.. .Tax Collector
Second Polling Place ,,. .Court House, Walanae
District of Walalua.
Polling Place Court House, W'aialua
lnr-ectors of Election.
S K Mahoe, ,: 1)1, rrict Justice
J Amarra 1 ax Collector
District of Koolauloa.
IVIIing Place. ,. School House, Hauuta
lnsIcctor. of Klection
J K.iluli! Blstrict Justice
J V Ktatiu . . .Tax Assessor
J PauVeatanl , . ,. .....Tax Collector
District of KooUupoko,
Polling Place. Court House, Kaneohe
Inspector, of Klection.
J I. Katitukoil District Justice
A Kaulia.. .Tax Collector
District of Walmea.
First Polling Place School House, Wamiea
Inspector, of Kloctton.
K Kalialc.... ..Di-ariri Justice
1.1wal Kauat Tax Assessor
S l". Kaula Tax Collector
Second Isjllln.; 1'lace .School House, Niihiu
Inscctors of Klecttisn.
I Sinclair District Justice
A KaiiL.u Tax Axsetsnr
I W Punt, Sr TaxCollector
District of Puna.
First Polling Place.,., Court House, l.lliue
lnsector. uf Klection.
US Hajiulu District Justice
iKala. ....,.. Tux Assessor
Maauao Tax Collector
Second Polling 1'l.w-,, Court House, KoliU
I'jiMJCtort of Klection.
A V Maiolin ,.rt..Disli!c1 Justice
J V Kek.lilinosu, ,........ .'las Asmssuc
Jacob Kara ,Tas Cttllector
Fits! Polling Piste , Court House, Harulcl
liUctor of Klection.
KPuukl., , Ili.tr'icl Justice
las V ltu.li,.,,, ..,...,... Tax Assessor
ii II Paloliau.. ,.. , ....Tax Collector
Second Polling I'tse. , Court Huuse, Katcu
!ilses.tui i I.lcctiott.
JHKK.iwi Isitct Juulc.
SKalu Tux Assessor
I. K K.unuuh! , Tax Colleen
CI I AS. T- OUl.tCK,
MittUter of tnlrrior
l nler lor Office, DtcimUr )i, iltt.
A Sucreitjful IIoumI A Suci.rtulul lliuihtvl A ui.l.
Iitg UutuiK of mcccM hi RcUil Ory (imaU way U
iiviuvu uy ww iMun AiiuiKry nou tn inat, j
KUhrl, ummt Fm ftint I lot it tarrf (. 'Jit iviih
Mr. HUtl tt jmjou ilMiirt of UJiliiiiMtoiii, Any
Hry CIsjuJ HiMiM ran, by ftwly lcrtUl'tfi, Ur cu
lomer. unit w tJWl Wl to IvuU Otcuiv, auikiijoy thcir
cvnfaUnc, tU ( ihmtnfa (4 tut mu liUri.lity.
(WW inuaU ni-u!.t, Juwn ftmlfolti furlut tUy
4u: pvrr mlvtfefcnfrt n aitkl. '..tat lutx ,ly
of CltMU . KWmI. Aiwi Otai jtolicv la iiuiU llm hrtn
io of ll4 ersUfa in It ,n. on trt UaIui; itvjcuugU.
fate uf llouolulu, 'h laUiiK MUtutcrv tloi vt
CtiailttJ, H-lrtl. Uto Hi, lulu wl.M-M.uy' Utq
.NwVwl. CliAiUJ. K..i i.aWt -itU!iy. MJ.
llncjy, liflhti Mixt Upo bf tbtisUM UtUtiiy.
AU stcoMiMi 6f k KATUKIIAV rKKSS-fict(4i
IujjE tiuittili mttvitlMf' will Ihi ifutivrvti n4 i4
AtlvcriisttiMiiit UkJ BulciliMi-' at ayAU U
a.ftft. htu uJirtiU itUl riiUyUif4 U U
ll.n.xrr n I'lopfistor, Jmtvia f.ts.
MACKARINK-LKSHKK-lo San FiatiwtI,.
craU ali. If Ktv. tUilieu., u the LLoisJ. of :lt
Ad. .'.i, LUi.su... W. Mk.i.s.,tfllsJs.lo, H.l,,
J laliaa 11. iMlxr, it Uf frsuxvM'a,
UAKCCNs In iMt fr, Jsooail Uh, Jsmi, smJ
l"l.iik tisd Jslsajise Mtixsi, s.d . a:t, ssost .
sssvewtss. Issa I renilsso pefen trWaM csxyy.
p UAt. ItSTATAIt.
t mi twihiil'il hy l'.,.5Cli,Urfill, ItWt, ISijM.
let nl ll.. wltur M. J. Unw,iltfswl,tt.irl iWfc
Ar MV SAIMMWII,
On Hiitnrilny, Jntiimry Villi.,
IIOV HE l,(IT,
sourit jriitHm-, iiONOi.ui.tr,
tilHitnt ititrettilenmnf iti Iji M.J. Mine, luttoj
tit nv.ntjit frit.g. if yif.rl wt JsVailri Mee.1, trsl tn
tttritjte iVitt M" tti Tect,
wiru 11m ni'ii.noiiit TiiMtmN.
K. P. llicK.ttmi, Atiurns't'.
L i: .IIKIMH,
At the ReileiM. t I.. WAV. V,tq,
Nit. rtr, ll.rHanli Kireet,
ON WKDNKSDAY, JANUARY 111,
at la fttieiCK, A.ti.,
I kill sell
rilll". KNTIUK IIOUmiOI.U t'UH.sflTUlti:
lii rl nj fullwi, tt !
II. U", I'.ltl.(3lt SUIT in lnirclih
llamlwime f ist.slti C.mrr TnM. ibslite wmmIs
Aiii.iiium, PictirM, Pitttir t.'liiiirsniiil KtKlitr.,
Ili'Hs.lOiiuiiis, .Mirror, Vam tlrtieliets.
II. W. UXI IINSION lllNINi; rAtll.DmnlLII.Xlli.S
Kiu tlouk Caw-. CrmVety, (lUttienrt 'rMtwAre,
II.W. SMtliuirtl, Marl.to Toll
II. W. IIKIlKOOM Hirt'COMI'I.K'll'.
Ileil, lliireiiu, Suiiit, 'I'tttili tint CImW.
Il.slr Mallressei, 1'illflw. Mmiillii Nets
Cutrrl.tt, IllanVtti, Cellar Wurdrol
1 PLAIN IIIIDUOOM SirtS, C..ni.l.te
Klteli.ii Sroti and N'res
I COVKKKIl CAKKIAOi:
Atmokt new ; suitable fur n rainiljr
On. Cntcrnl Itligtty, One Saddle Puny, Hay Cutter,
ere., etc, etc.
K, V. .llhIMM, Aifttfiift:
ir:.v.sr.v, .smith, ,t- co
It:i, I'url Slrrrt.
TTOI'I' & CO.,
T....-. Kino Stklkt
Vlihnltlrrrm, Itnlfi-r ami lltnlrrt In all
khiitt nf J-'ttritltilre.
Tclcplione No. 143.
O T I C E.
"Hie ANNUAL MKtrriNR r.r tl, K1IA1IK.
HOI.DKKSorKAI'10l.NI I'AUK ASSOCIA ItON
will I held at the ARMORS-, on Oueeu Street,
SATURDAY, JANUARY xolh, at ti o"clock, a.m.
Ily order of the l'residcnt.
aUltSCKIIJKRS lo Periodical, conteinplatiug any
change in their list, for the coming ear are rcsiiect
fully requested to rejiort the uinc t their eailiest eon
semence 10 avoiil unnecesury expense with expiring
.ubscriliuns, or delay, with new one.,
TIIOS. . Til HUM,
"Hie FUNERAL SEKVICUS of the late M RS. C
MAKKK ill take place 011 TUESDAY AFTER
NOONNKXT, at ao'clock, at die family trsideuce on
lteretajlla (street. Friends ai.d aeiuaintaces of the
family are rehpectfutly invited.
Has Just received er Marifiosa
taOIL.D CIIICKKN nONKllCIHCkSN
French AhuoiuU arid vValnut..
LUtllu'a KXTMACJ Or MKAT
Anc hot y Sauce
tlulilrit ilali J-'laur.
llAKEIfS WHOLE CORN IN TINS
Delicious eating from th. rob.
el 1 sum, arc, tic., arc
Also In stuck,
A a.Ustral'Auortai.tit of Oi-oostrisv.
all U" wkicli tie orTrrcd
t.ovT.sr iARKi-rr kat vs.
and salisfMlioii itsurantetct.
iKaal.d.ht.iesllaany pail tf the c"ity,
-s URUWBR COMPANY (Llmlt.J).
SIOCKIIOI.DKRS In thi. Coininy ore hei.by
uolined Ilia. lU ANNUAL l thi IN(. .Jlli. .St.. k.
txdder. sUllebtUui WKDNKMlAY. FEKKUAKV
Wh. est to w'.Uxk, A.M., at .he lolsse Uwt Cotilpeji),
Ut Vu.ett btl.et.
i.icf. c.ai r.is,
". sltKe, k Ccasitiauy.
'tlx uiatei.!lsst le.ueftfally tsotlHe. hi, bal-ont
thai acssMtai, wil te k4s.ted tsud soUectsd stoMrusv
Acs-uumis for lh Usi isuiter ar. d.tlid 14 list. ..ily
ali.iitl.Mi, la save ih. uatdeosaiasHa ssiot ..lwiis. lu
I KMOVAL NOTICE.
Ihe SATURDAY I'HKttst PklLriSIJ (irriCK
h.s.iy..dloioUt N.(J.rt,f, (sriUlMUI'HKLl
IIIXUaC. s.a.1 U itf.&.stin sai..ul .. .M ..t... Juv
Utl.t uiUsMiou ibM l.l.scw, ilsrvugjklvt iis
mw.w .1 ... . ... sw. wssm
HE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
ANNUAL FOIt 1884.
Heiw (mhV ret niiTttt
l IsUtiW rst. tf ill ;ifitn.4rt in IniertH nut
l'ne, pef Wfif, pm. 1 at, Uf mtll tta.il, ta n.
nuts a. rifititM,
TIIOI 0. TllltUMhttf-etitl.lthe.l M.MKK
CHAN I" ftTKIIliT SlAIIONllKV AND NKWS
ArillNlVlnlli CAMI'llltl.i. IIU1CK.
Nesv. p.lnms tint HuuMltliett will (.IrAvtal. mAlr.
fpvCHAHIC STHAMKII1P COMPANY
11t Nw r.t Kit.. SljmMt
MJIUroSA nut AlaiMiUKl
Will . llrtiti.l.ttii Mii-I Aah J-,.mi'Oi.ft.Hm:
MAftthifcA ,,...Sjii I'uiuUfo, OiloUr i(
Mamhha iloii)liila. tnt4r tjtl.-'Nocjii
Ai.nnA Sao Kriii'.liro, OttoUr 15th
Auhxm I iXKtiii.i., NrtffiTiiKf ii rtowti
lA4iniirM inv liAvr lltHtlr hAm tnrAtl I ft iwiViiite
ty )plymi at (li odrfe tf tlimtfni4. t
AicrcnnituiMt itHrminj lor nitun uy imt un", win
l-e trfeiful free of xtomie h t) tomtnyi hw nt
Ittjiitt?. aimI rtisrli'lt'iHttf'J for iam, lriirrr un
mfrcliiiK !!. wliiUt In tde wwtnTU'jW)!l ll owtiMt
i- WU.l.lAM O. IKWIN A Co.. A r i(,
KTCAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
MNK ok 5iii:ami:ks.
It At 14, ComminJstf
WMI nm rrnbtly for KONA Ami KAU.
Leavei Honolulu At 4 P. M.t
I'rltlay amiary ti j KiiJ.iy KrUtnrr i
lurvuy ,1 71 lufuay, .hutch 4
iv ..l-cbruary 1 I 1 ritlav.. .......
tiiy .... ,, it j lucMiay........
Arriwi t llomtlulu at 5 i.m.
VtUUy ...... KeUury 1 9
Tuefay..... ,..UKfi 11
KtWay ,, vi
rueMuy. ,, 19
KriJuy 1-cbruary 8
Tucvlay. ... 1. ti
Cmroiicnni)iturt.ler. leate Honolulu every Tue.,
1byai5p.nl. for Na ili witi, KuKu, l-ltecle. arul Wai
mra, Kauai. Kttuniirig learm Nawiltwiti ttery
FrMnan commander, leave Honuliilu every 'lliurr
day, at 3 (km. for Kaaa and Kilauea. Return
lug Ieaet Knual every TuetJay at 4 i.in., and touch
im flt WaUna lolh av.
The V. 7;. ithhop,
I)4Wcrt.m!i.inrfer. lea vet Honolulu everyTuevlay
at 4 r.M. fur Kukulnale, Kuitokaa, and Paauhau. Kea
turnint; Arrivet at Honolulu every btinjayjnornlrisf,
FOR SAN FUANCISCO.
a n m:veu .t co.wiM.vr, Avrut.
Mercliatidi received Stomge Free, attd liberal cali
advaiM.eit nude un ivliinnieiitt by tl.I line.
-piMH TABLB TOR THE STEAMER
. Matte r
ThU rsteainerwill Uave Honolulu each TUESDAY
at 4 p. M., touching at Iluiru. .Maaiaea Ray. MaLcna
.MahuVona, KawaHue, Ijiupalitx-tisjeaiid Hilx
Returning will touch at all ths atwo jiuiti. arrUinf
at Honolulu each SUNDAY mornint.
ios WILDER & Co.
DACIF1C MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Sjletdid SteautUiip
CITY OF HYHXEV
REAIIURV , ComiiMtttJe
vs'ill leave Honolulu for San Francisco
On ar About Suiiditt, JBttatsrjr SOU.
'OR SYDNEY VI. AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Sleainsliip
On or about-
'Itie agents licrv are now irrsared lo Issue lltleu to
San t'raiKtscu and return for Sr.s, tlte roursl iriji.
(tood. for shipment wr strainer can rsosv be stored,
free of cliarce, in tlic fire-i-roof vsarrliottse near the
Kor freight or iasiiat;e, apply to
i;a II. IIACKrKI.D ft Co., A.enlu
TU IIAI.ANCR U tlie LEASE of the BUILD
lNtl, No 6, Kothuiiianu ureel, lai.lr occtitiied tiy the
SATtmiAV P..S.S ptiiuiiiic UIIk.. Imtuig . or iruonjli
tor iarlIcularpJy lo
MAY vr-traii r
or 'fllOS. li. 'I'll HUM.
Tlst FIRM NAMEcJ. ASHLEY & IIEI1IIAHU ., ,v. ?
t. this day (banned la the 1; . , -il
AiatirloM lUttrtstst Cessayaas.- JjjMglSjMij
II. V. IIEIlllARD, r""f ,"Till
W. a ASHLEY, -
January i, lilt, w
I7J-H . -s.'l
THE HAWAIIAN BAK -. hE
KAU ' ,,
irirA m furyo f St rocni.. ,M
., , , , II. tIACKIELDACtt. '
llssnolula, Januarys, ti,
" ' ii .i in. 11
(roesmtiy wii.ii wum . co.
H'hulrtulii m4 Krlall tlrurrr,
ill, Kio Srn.r. ....... ..Usot. Ha.mimh IUlu
1'amll). pl.iaalUat, l,. SJ.ju .lore. Miu4ie4 .1 short
Botke. N.w fo-'l. I'l every Msaawr. Osikil Irsau
Ihe ether IsUnJfihfallyes.sutssl.
BMMULUTII h Co.,
No. NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H.J.
'Isu, Coppsr .asl StWel Iron, M.l Lesssj attsl, tad
iit,(ials!esl I net l-ioeaul Fiulscsja, lasw, (laosk
all sliesc, An4u. WsvH l Irtifitlssc pit Isiih
ttal 'lln and Iron war., tUttvs, chsseu, $lsvasy' Wssstt;
.land., MarUe si.1 bt.rn.Ud Inac, Uswlt swssl Ih
Kale 01 r.asnuaUe rsvl.s.