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INDtPfNCENT TICKET OF REPRESENTATIVES
LEO I SLA TIVE SE880N OF 1884.
. Q. CAMtfHK,
J. t), rtASVAINUI,
A. P. KAlsAUKOA,
A. K. KUtflJIAKrA.
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fittUmm ntm()MliA by Iht indtptmlttit mleri
mtfnflt t ttrlittl HV Iht ratling tlttlmifar
tith In the Ugiilnlurt f 1884 It't Mint
ihitr if ihty art t,tlttt Ihtj milt nttri for Iht
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musiims jisn mi'.s.
Tlic second of two open letters
printed in last week's I'ri'is i!crjM
more than panning ronnideration by
thoughtful men. It is perhaps more
siiggeBtivc than explicit, lint it was
manifestly urittcn to make people
think. It will be a better day for these
islands when its people think more
earnestly and investigate more patiently.
'I here is Hindi that it unsound in our
pohtii.nl system. It may be that neither
newspapers nor legislators are suffi
fieiitl) implicit in pomtiurjout the eils
of our government in either thcotv or
practice, Hut if there have been few ab
solutclx, (lawless indictments of the mal
administration that now prevails, it is
simply foolish to deny that it exists ; and
to rest content in the purblind security of
a condition ariousl) iharactcrized as
" well enough," " not so bad as it might
be," " the usual thing," "no worse than
another lot," etc. " Eternal vigilance "
is the price not only of "libcrtv," but
of good government, of most business
triumphs and of success in life t'cner-
ally. If we talked and wrote less of
the " filthy pool " of politics and more
of the absolute nctcssil) of politiis to
the perpetuity of free institutions we
should have purer politics and, con
scqucntl), better government. The
accident of sending a fluent rogue to
the legislature may result in the eleva
tion of that rogue to a plate in the
cabinet councils, or to atflffmportant
post in the civil service '1 he right
organization of political panics neces
sitates the formulation of principles.
It is not enough for the needs of re
form that a "majority of electors return
certain candidates to the legislature.
Dcfini'c measures of reform aie
essential to harmonious action among
reformeis. It is not enough that a
member appreciates the needs of a
thorough sewerage svstem foi Hono
lulu, that another has planned a feasi
ble scheme for the extension of needed
government toads on Hawaii, that a
third has matured a jbn for Govern
mental control of telephones, that a
fourth has so worked out the details of
our (oinage complications that he sees
the way' clear for gold resumption, or
that several other equally astute and
patriotic reformers have matuicd
measures of public benefit which a
pear (to themselves, and even to their
constituents) absolutely flawless. There
must be, at least, a tacit understanding
among the majority of electors that
they give their suflrjgc to men whom
they believe will cany out a vvcll
digested plan of public improvement or
of public retreni hment as seems most
It is one of the unfortunate con
ditions of inisgovcrnintnt that it acts as
an irritant upon the public stomach,
preventing, for the nonce, the thorough
digestion of reform measuies. This
irritated condition is most appatcnt on
the eve of an election. The tonic of
victory, or the cold douche of defeat
may hasten the return of the calm,
reasoning spirit which must dominate
all reform that has within itself the ele
ments of permanence. It is addition
ally unfortunate at the present juncture
in Hawaiian afiaiis that the voting
pomil uion is so divided b) differences
Of language. To come together and
dispassionately discuss the same old
questions that have troubled men since
governments began, is essential to
thorough!) good government in any
civilied countiy. Hut how is this
possible in any adequate sense here?
uccasionai mass meetings v. line a few
natives who understand English or a
may listen intelligently to what is said,
are all that the pait) organizations have
had to offer save newsiKijier dis
cussion. It is as unjust to sa) that
newspaper discussion has done nothing
to prepare the way for rational leform as
it is foolish to boast that it has done all
it might have done, or that it has done
what it lias alwa)s in the best way.
We need full and fiec newspaper dis
cussion of men and measures. Person
ality is a necessity in any newspaper
conduct that may hope to deserve the
respect of a piogressue people. There
is a precious deal of cant in the trite
ajiotltegin, "Men are nothing, prin
ciples nre ever) tiling." Without men
to carry principles out, the best meas
ures have only the waste paper value of
the volumes in which they are printed
'1 he most perfect of platforms ma) be
renneieu practically uetess by the elec
tion of ignorant, careless, or vicious
legislators, wheiehy a new lot of bad
laws shall be enacted or bad laws nl
read) on the statute books shall remain
undistuibed. It is certainly well that
we have reasonable incisures proposed,
right principle avowed and a high
idea! outlined; but unless we send good
men Jo the legislate to carry out the
programme wc might almost as well
nave spated ourselves the trouble.
Granting, then, that measures are
useless unless we have men to give
them vital expression, it is one of the
most encouraging facts in current
Hawaiian atfairs that Mr. IS. C. Mac
farlane has taken the stand lie ias, It
ts; fortunate for the country, too, tliat
he comes here absolutely unpledged to
the furtherance of any private scheme
or personal grudge. His independence
has been unmistakably outlined by the
appearance of a manly editorial in last
Monday's Advertiser, endorsing un-
I'lalifudl) the election of Mr J O
( irtcr asa representative for Honolulu
I he tribute paid by the practical
journalist to the practical thinker is
something better tlmn the jwnegyrie of
a fnenil. It u the truthful stitemeut of a
nearl) life long obligation. The fear
less rectitude of J O ( niter was an
example to the early yenrs of Mr
Marfarlane that has never been for
gotten It has at last borne fruit in
one of the most convincingly logical
eulogies that Honolulan journalism has
ever produced. We bear willing tcsti
uion) to the value of Mr Marfarlane's
recent service to the cause of good
government. Wc acknowledge also
that Mr 'Macfarlnne's advocac) of Mr.
Carter has greater possibilities for good
than like advocacy by any journal
previously-committed tohissupport could
possibly have. Those journals which
circumstances have forced into an atti
Hide of hostile criticism of both king
and cabinet arc in no position at
present to reason convincingly with the
powers that be, Mr. Marfarlane is in
such a K)sition. If the administration
has been unjustiy assailed, it can have
no better assurance that its innocence
shall he established than the return of
so eminently fair a man as J. O Carter
to the floor of what is destined to he a
legislature of searching investigation.
And Mr. Macfarlane's editorial in last
Monday's Advertiser points this truth
utsi: .i.si oriimtu isr.
'I he Gazette presented in .1 concise
form this week what it calls "the
platform of the Independent Part)." It
is as full of " food for thought " as a fat
almond is of meat.
" It was not a nice bit of fun oiiithe
pait of the Bulletin, to intimate that
Mr. Daniel Lyons' foi incoming paper
would be called The Centipede. 'I hat
gentleman's venture is entitled to con
sidcration on its merits" rcm.uks a
friend of Mr. Lyons.
"As equally as unreliable as their
owr utterances" are the concluding
words of a sentence in Thursday's
'Tiser. 'I he tripple " as " suggests the
ungenerous thought that the rhetorical
criminal had better add another "s" to
one of the "ases" and use it "as" an
Very near this from Wednesday's
Ilullctin : " 'I here arc said to be twenty
field guns that have arrived by the
Kale. It takes sit horses and eleven
men to-each gun and cassion, in a
country prolific of gulches. How many
men and horses will be required in this
country, where arc they to come Horn,
and who is to 'pay the piper?'" If the
administration wants to do the nation
a lasting service and at the same time
attain celebrity beyond us wildest
dreams it will fasten the recent 01 di
nance to a few sections of the water
pipe now strewn along the Pali road,
tie the lot to its precious official neck,
and jump overboard from the Pele
about half way between Itarbcr's Point
In justice to the new controlling spirit
of the Advertiser, it ought to be re
membered that Mr. Macfarlane has not
yet settled down to the drugeiy of office
work and has not yet secured a suit
able person to represent him. It goes
without saying that he can be held le
sponsible only for the general trend of
the Advertiser's policy and not for its
dips, spurs and angles incident to,
and a matter of course from, the tern
porary conditions under which the Ad
vertiser is owned. '1 he public has had
sufficient light in three or four editor
ials which have recently appeared to
make sure the assurance that under
Mr. Macfarlane the Advertiser will be
what Honolulu has long needed, an
independent, unbiased and able daily.
A friend wishes to know why the
Press " takes the trouble to give its
contemporaries so much gratuitous
advertising, by praising their occasional
right conduct and so unsparingly 'cut
ting them up' when their conduct is
not right." llecause Ilonolulan news
papers are a desperately faulty lot.
The Press is by no means the least
offender, as the bubbling indignation of
tne uuiietm lias 011 more than one
occasion shown. We think our con
temporaries have profited by the
kindly and unkindly notice we have
given them. It must be apparent that
we have profiled h, occasional criti
cism from our fellow-, in newspaperdom.
Let us go on, brelheren, in this good
work ; teaching each other to be less
illogical, less imgrainmatical, less care
less in pioof reading, more seldom
lacking in good taste, more often con
trolled by charity to all and malice to
wards none. Aloha, good fellow wit
lings! Let us pipe merrily while we
can, for tomorrow it may be pan with
us and the wit, wisdom and sentiment
of our several pages may be lying.un
noticed in the waste basket of lime."
1 am mn 11 jw
" Disturbance in llnuiii VTnl 1
kaua's Ciown in danger A King -who
wants til he :ilmt- tlir lnu--Plim
Spreckels undertakes to lend him a
million at six per cent. The Supreme
Court interferes- '1 he very mischief to
tay." The above sensational head
lines precede a Washington disnalch to
the New Yoik Sun. dated the .ltli in
Slant. It COCs on In innntinii sniiu. fin
and falsehood in connection with Ha
waiian aiiairs-as umleistood by the
nebulous nninisrim nf tin. Wid,;,...
.... .V..H ... ..... ,,,.a,,lfl
toncorrespoiulent whose knowledge of
international affairs is as nine parts
gossiji 10 one part tact. Until the fa
mous recent correspondence is put)
lulled it seems nt lent ',li,..iifi,.,l m
keep silent on a subject about which
few know any thing definite and
they'll not tell.
George Trancis Train has done the
Press the favor to forward from New
VorK city an account of his new paper,
The New Hill Tweed. It will be pub
hshed in Havonne, New- Jersey , will be
at first a weekly and then a daily; and
will lie, according to the distinguished
projector, "the biggest paper in the
world: its nolicv to show mi Vill.r.i
v indie, GoultPs coming Jiankrujitcy
anu to pay on tne accumulated press
tnsuus 01 nutty) cars." Mr. Train in
timates that (for a paltrv ten dollars
worth of advertisini'i he can enor
mously increase the circulation of the
Press. The matter is worth the con
sideration of our coiitmKraries.
It is Understood in Washint-loii lhn
nothing will be done this season 10.
wards the admission of Dakota or
Washington, as states.
SDMI r lit Ml TO ISI I STIII ITI .
t the Januat) term of the supreme
lourl m IflHiiine Kalacoktkcit brought
sun in ejectment against one D. Ka
hanu for a certain rnnd situated at
Kamakcla, in Honolulu, whirh Kahanu
held by right of purchase from Lhfa
Iieth Kia, as heir at law to Kalakini (a
woman.) Here the pleadings set fotth
that Kalaeokikoi was the grandson of
Kalaeokekoi and son of Atiwtni (k.)
It was held by the plaintiff in this suit
that, although Ins ancestor. Knlaeoke
koi, had taken out a royal patent for
tne land 111 question "for Kalakirti (w)
and her heirs," he had nevertheless
held possession during his life time
adversely to Kalakini, and that such
adverse possession had continued in
his heirs sufficiently long to establish a
prescriptive right thereto, he claiming
to he the sole surviving heir of Kalae
okekoi 'I he evidence in this case win
conclusive against the claim of adverse-
possession for a period of more than
twenty years, and the jury accordingly
found for the defendant (Kahanu )
Exceptions to the verdict weie noted
by the plaintiffs counsel on the ground
that one of the jurors was drunk, and
also that the defendant, after the vcr
diet had been rendered, had invited
the jurors to lunch at his expense.
These exceptions were aigued at the
April term of 1882. before Chief
Justice Judd, who thereupon nrdeicd a
new trial. Again, at this term of the
court a verdict was given for the de
fendant (Kahanu ) Exceptions were
again made on certain law jioints, and
were argued liclore I hicf-Justicc Judd,
who this time dismissed them. An
appeal was then made to the full
bench, but with the mme result. 'I his
case was heard in some lorm or an
other al every term of the court during
the year iSSj. It was supposed that
after so much litigation to no purpose
(as far as the plaintiff was concerned)
the case would be foiever dropped and
the defended left secure in his title.
The parcel of hnd claimed in this suit
was but a minute portion of the whole
land, a title to which had been given
by royal patent and land commission
award, it having been variously distri
butcd in lots to different purchasers.
The case at the time of trial was un-
ciersioou to ne mil n test case in
directly, involving the title to the whole
property, and no little anxiety was felt
at the time by the various purchasers
who held by conveyances from the
heirs of Kalakini ; and the supposed
final failure of the new 1 laimant had
more firmly than ever impressed them
with a belief in the indefensibility of
their own titles. Under such circum
stances, and reposing in sue h comfort
able belief, it is no wonder that they
should be a little surprised to find
themselves all joined as defendants in
an equity suit bi might by the same
claimant to et aside the original royal
pa'tent upon which they had relied as
the basis of their titles. Again the in
dcfatigable Kalaeokekoi comes foiwaid
to ilaini in equity what had been
denied him at law, and fraud in the
issuance of the original royal patent
under which the several defendants
held, is alleged by him as the ground
of action. He fenilcssly calls attention
to the fact that there is a varRmce be
tween the original toyal patent and the
ongmal recoid, of which it was sup
posed to be an exact transcnpt, and
iiiiiiisiie-i in jiuui 01 sucn allegation
a certified copy of that record. The
original royal pitent is made out to his
aliened ancestor, Kalaeokekoi, "for
Kalakini and her heirs," while the copy
from the records presented by him is
to "Kalaeokekoi for his her heirs."
Upon an inspection of the ic-cord, the
court finds it m parts to have been
erased and rc-v.ritten, but no clumsily
done as to leave no doubt that the
royal (latent under which the heirs of
Kalakini claimed was genuine, and
that forgery of the record had been
practiced since that date when, how
ever, or by whom, has not transpired.
So far as the fact ol forgery is con
cerned, it is established beyond a
doubt, and we hold it to be the
bounden duty of the executive to hunt
this matter to the bottom. As yet,
however, apparently no concern in the
matter has been evinced by those
whose business it is to investigate.
Acts of this kind are not commonly
committed without incentive, and could
not well be effected without collusion
between an inteiested party and some
employee of government in some way
connected with the custody of the land
records In contemplation of the
severe legal penalty that would attach
to the offender or offenders in the
event of detection in such a ease, it is
a reasonable preemption that either
duress or bribery must have been used
to effect the purpose ; and as to the in-
tciesteil pirly the icasonable presump
tion is, that he must have been pos
sessed of means or fowr. It is not, at
least, out of the pale of probability that
official scrutiny, judiciously and persis
tently useii, might yield up the
offenders to justice. To allow such a
thing to pass without enquiry argues a
lamentable state of affairs indeed.
When public recoids affecting the
muniments of title can be tampered
with without discovery and exposure,
the very object and end of government
will have been nigh unto lost, for the
security of property, as well as of " life
and limb." is a part of the bond bv
vvhiih communities are held together.
1111-11; ii .uuu lor lliouglll III tllC lact
that the ground of claim in the former
suit was not I he same as in the latter,
except so far as the question of descent
was affected, and that alleged fraud in
the issuance of the oriaina! rov.il
latent seems to have been a more re
cent discovciy, and also that a person
claiming extreme poverty as an excuse
for his laches in piosecuting hU claim,
should so suddenly became able to
sustain the cuoimous expense which
must have attended so much litigation.
I n 411 umimmn
"UI10 pays duty on the New lift
waiian silver'? queries an "Inquirer."
No one, probably. It is unlikely that
the government will pay duty on money
it considers its own, ami Mr. Sprock
ets wjio (presumably) sent the monev
under contract is unlikely to jiay theJ
uui) now mar me money lias passed
the custom house. It is imjwrtant
that the exact status of this coin should
be established. If jt, is (or is not) Ha
waiian money in the sense contem
plated by the coinage act let that fact
be authoritatively affirmed; if needs
be, by a test case.
I e Rover has uen ro.Ai-t tfA ,.
uent 01 tne Irem-h K..mr- u
cehed 135 out of 134 votes.
r iti. inni'ifiv si.tis
( anion Ilirhnr i Mucks'lnl li) Hie I reneli.
Sin ilimtsnnil ( limine irmn Iwvt ln itnl
Owr I ,xM mm tt itow ill wnrk m tlw
I'snsms rnl. ,
It K pmiioaert it ,MtMi All mirtn en
rh In llu Unhetl SflUSfc
T?i Uihwsr ltesitftllon litll will prnlmUy
line Mil) altentlmi liy Cnntttn,
Ileucy II. I'jjfi-, a I); mnr.i(, w ejtlcil
Unilfil Htstes Sfiister finm Olitonn tlic IJth
Kiwi meeting of Orantmen sml National
ists wde prnhfln'tisl in DoMin on tli llli
H. Howard Coil Ins Inert del ul clnlrnian
of the San I'rancbcn 8lik ftxchingr, for the
'Hie senate, 111 exe-cntire vmirm, witcciui
liletiiiK llic pnKnetl reelprncit) treat) with
Mexico when Hie ton mull srtivnl.
Innset Cox Ins intrixhicetl A hill to rejw.il
the Im prolilWtin ex Confeilernle officer
from xrving in the United St at ft arm).
A Ml! recenll) Introduced provides fin the
lice n1.1ilir.j5 ol ill Uniled ijinte newapflptrs
and other periwlieali to an) pull of the Union.
It i said there ire nt preient over thill)
eip.ht total abstained in the lliitidi House of
Commons, while 111 18CS Ihcre wer onl) two.
Prfifessor Virchow has declared lli.it the pro
hibition of the entr) of Amcnruii pork Wo
(ermiri) is " Illogical, unm. censor) and un
jmlifahle." A Madrid ditpitch to to the New VoikSun,
dated the 131I1 invlanl ijs ; ' I lie impres
sion prevails tint Alfonso will soon hive to
fight for his crown."
It is slated thil Unipernr Wilinin his re
fused Id allow i iliunce IwtMeen 1'iince
I'redcrlck Charles and his wife, mil 1 separa
tion lias heen mutuall) agreed upon.
Jeintor (icorge it. Pendleton of Ohio
author of the funoiis livil service bill Ins
been defeati d in re cleelion b) llenyll. I'J)ne,
filher of the lieni or llie Infamous Stuidlid
Threats arc lioinj; nude aftiinst Trench
residing of Cliini ill oilier mtiomluid
being "awircilnf vifcty by the uitlirmtiot."
1 he people, liowtver, " hale llie foreign devil
.Suiitor Anthony of Khode Itlind was
elected president totem of the senile of the
I (th liKtant. He dcciiiud the honoi hicause
of Ids ill hcillli, and Scintnr IMiininds of
Vermont was chosen in his sicad.
A lull has iicen introdiicd in Congress In
compel the hnd gnnt railv.i)s of llie United
Stales to pa) )tarl) into a sinkiiif fund sums
equil to one lentil the princiinl and inlirest
owed lo llie government by c.icii.
The mines of Midagiscir hive liVcn
clevirly 10 the mamihctiire of lire.iinis. T he)
Ime accuritely imit1t1.1I the I rtncli mitrail
leuse, ami call llie (Jernun engineer, who lias
'hnvn them how lo make djinmile, " 1'ilher
The Oldjstnnc hghl of (lie 1'icific is lo lie
erected on Seal Rock, Si. Geoige'i rctf, eight
miles from the shore, opiMisilc Crtscint Cit),
California, and mil cost $400,000. '1 he high
est point of Seal Koch" is fifl) four feel aliove
mem lide. '1 he light will he one hundred feet
Mr. II. I). Iliown, of l'otter valley, Mendo
cino coanty, California, being imite- sick, his
ncighliors turned out, and plowed and sowid
his fields for him. 1 here were 011 his land
eighteen two horse teams and three four-hoisc
E-ings it work all day, giving indisputable evi
dence of the Chrislun spint picv ailing-.
Dloils ire b-ing nnde by the Catholics of
Uenver, Colorido. to nuke thai city the sell
of the largest Jesuit college in America.
Twent).fivc thousand dolhrs have al-eailj
been subscribed towards a fund for llie crec
tion of the necituuy buildings, and much
more is promised under certain conditions.
There has not been a lime in man) ) cars
when theie were so miny ships in San I ran
cisco hirbor as there are now. Excluding
whalers and coasters and lho,c engiged in the
Pacific islands anil Mexican trade, there were
al a recent dale 156 ships and lnrU in port.
As a consrquence, freights are at starvation
In (he course of a recent lecture in llalli
inorc, Mar)lind, on the subject of food and
the mirkets in their relations to municipsl
hjgiene, Or John J. Hillings ulfiimed that
lift) three dipthcria epidemic, seven scarlet
fever epidemies and twelve l)plioid epiileinicx
in Kngland have lren directly Iraced lo the
Whit frank Leslie' Illustrated Ncnsiuiier
accurately characterises as "a practical exhib
ition of the Christmas spirit " w . gn en last
Christmis Kve by Justice Alfred Stickler, of
Ihe I. Will Judicicl Distiict of New York cil),
the judge distributing to oxer nine hundred of
the needy iioor of the parish, in which he lircs
irrespective of mllomlii) or creed, a lot c.r
tuikejj, geese, chickens and ducks, agguga
ling thirty large barrel, full.
nimi piepire.l liy the United States I'lrurn
pneumonia Commission provides for a
ourcau 01 animals nnd industry, and for (he
suppression and extirpation cr pleuropneu
monia and other contagion, iliscnj.es among
domestic animal. Il pionoscs a commission
of one veterinary surgeon and llnee siort
raisers In investigate the subject, and -ullioi.
Ires Ihe secretary of the lieasurv to make
rrguhtions losecuie the excitation of only
Turin- t Vitrrlan .Sllrri- C'.in.
In pursuance of Section 1,501. revise.1 slat-
utcs of the Unile.1 Stale,, the mint diieclor
lux appraisal ihe value of foielgn coins for
customs purposes. lhee values arc about
the tame as (hose lived a year ago. The only
changes wc note will he wen in the annexed
Miwt, IMUr,. .
rciu(bol . ,
II a. of Culuutu, I c m,
Hie auove aie all im Cuius, while lie
Viluaiions are in uoU coin of ihe Ilnlir.1
Siatci. It is policed that all are a fuciiou
lower than they were a year ifl-ThtjMral
Ilowaul Sehu)ler, foiiiiuly a well known
resulent of Sacramento, California, and re
ccntl) chief engineci of the Meiican Central
Hallway, and a member of the Union Club,
died at Uixosam-l'Iali, iiialiuiUnJ. on Ihe
6lh ultimo, " ft'9
" ' ' 1 1 . 11 .
An ingenious Kicnch wliler i.Uemx thai
those who depend on Ihe menu of their
ancestors may be Mid la u-arch In the root cf
the (rev fai those fruits which the branches
ought to produce.
John IJ. D.eiil, furmeily collector of cus.
totnt In PhiliJflphla, died on Hit i6th ultimo.
"Inteutjttrnttre In rnttprrn '
II) 1 strange coincidence, artcr an article on
Intemperance in t ongress, printed on the lisl
puge, Usi week, hd lin put In t c, tire
folloVxing clipplnB from an Amctican paper
ertitently Washington lorrexndence was
erit in. II is rather "t totitra"
f There bus liecn 1 very great nnd very notice
able clmme here williin ft few )ears in another
respect, nnd II nnj lie pcuttall) due lo the In-cu-ns
of business representation here or lo the
demririds tint buisness nukes 1 hi change is In
of it mi to lie noticed dining the cnxam for the
speakership. Not a single 1'1.1 of litpior wis
cl out li) an) of ihe candidates. I did not see
a single member of congress under the inlluence
of Ilrnior during that cmrass, nor hive I since.
1 he bar keeper and the hotel pioprletors ray
lht the decrease in bar tippling ii so-gieat m
seriously lo curtail receipts. The three leading
canduhile for sjieokcr used to use sliinnlvnls
joinclinie to excess. 'I vvo of Ihcm nrc now
lotal abstainer and line been for some )eais,
while llie llitnl unt) uwt wine In 1 moderate
qiiautil) at his dinner. I can count a dorcn
senators who used lo tipple who I ave not diunk
a drop in Iwo ) ears, ami there is not a a senator,
with iwihips nn exception or Iwo, who is not
prudent ami most temperate inlhe me of Honor.
Nearly all of them do not touch anything
exepect light wine at dinner. It is so in the
liou-e. it Is so with most of the public mm.
1 here has grown up a sentiment thai 1 nun
is a fool who mm liquor Immoderately, and lint
he is betti r nlf without any of it, 1 lircc )cirs
igo I sau one of the most hrllhant members
of Ihe senate staggeiing drunk in front of Wil
lard'a hotel. The other dry I saw that he left
lilt chaiuragnc untouched at a dinner. Said
Iip: "I haven't touched alcohol 111 any form
for three )cars. I wol.c uponc morning rcaliz
inglhal prelt) rniichalllhetcmpcrancclcclurcrs
hive said was true, and I simply slid toin)srlf
that I have Ind enough. Ami I hue. I have
never seen the time from tint da) In this thai
I have not felt a rcpuijnmce for liquor " Gar
land, the learned lawyer from Alkanass, is a
teetotaler. Slid he! " I vvai pissing liy Ihe
cemetery near my home one diy.ind I a llie
gravis of 1 dozen biilllint men who begin life
Willi me, ever) onenflhcm hastened lo his end
b) whisk). I nude up ni) mind that I hid
Irunk my shirr, m 1 stopped. " In Ihe social
entertainments here, less and less wine is used,
nnd the number of guests who refine it is con
suntl) increising. In Ihe old di)s.i tmn used
to fire up with rum before he started off In a
speech, and (xdilics nnd rum uJcd to mk well.
Hut nowaday men who used todisdain business
arc fin ling enjoyment in It, and llic) seem to
nvc Icinie'd that it requires a cool head and
Ihil ihcre is fn more cnjowncnl in developing
successfull) nn enterprise tlnn there is in getting
drunk, or in pickling in whisk).
The New York Tribune's London corres
pondent says tint the work of disposing of
llic sewage of the lower Tinnier valley
his nlrcid) pissiil beyond the slige of
experiment. May of llic visitors lo Cliisnick
during the last university boat-race thought
lint the sewage pumps there were llic Thames
water-works, so innocent of odor Ins llie plicc
become under intelligent minigcuienl. 'Ihe
la'dy llowr of the sewage is about 750,000
gillons. It is puuipiil inlo links containing
crude sulphite of alumina, clnll. lime ami yel
low clay. Within three hours the w iter is dis
charged into llie Thames, being described as
"clear, bright and inodorous." 'I heicfuse, or
sludge,' is mixed with earth and given to
mitket'giudcncrs. One man this summer
raised $150 worth of potatoes from an acie
lot manured with this "sludge. " The luuiiing
expenses of the sewage xx oiks ire less than
$6000 annually, and the work is considered a
gieat md surprising success.
Chile ii rcorgmicing her school system. The
new scheme is modeled after Ihaloflhe United
Stiles. I'yalnll pending, tint is assured of
passxge, attendance upon the public schools is
to be compulsory, and the Church is to hive
no xoicc in their control. 'Ihe nation is to
pu $1,000,000 at the coinnnnd of llie liiueiu
of education at once lo enable Ihe new system
to he inaugurated. On lop of this conies a
lull in the Cltilnn congi-ss lo nnlo some civil
ceremony necessary m mairuge, and to make
the courts of the land independent of llic
Catholic Church. These are mighty strides
for a Soutli Amcricin goven.mjnt lo nl e.
LUKL-Oieil at I rctio, California, December si,
iSSj, or lyphoul JiKUincn'u, Al.ce Koeiinwil Lust,
formerl) of this CU), accd yi )uers.
THE WINDSOR HESTAURANf
or.eK uoiii' to tub rtoir,
anJ wttl 1 1 olkiiciI anJ icad fur I umumi on-
SATUKDAV, JANUARV join,
Oph. Cavanscii, Propi icier.
11 e rtnulalijri nC the aloip-niiir! .l-.l.l. Ji,i.n, fn.
Siiwuur Altai I. writ kiiuwti. nttil rc'jtrr ink further
Uf H. HUHRICh.,
MjM.rfrntf irurn fin nrr,
Hkiiibi Stsi.kt Honolulu
laU Uk, lleJileiil I'osis, llitiur.l llilh, Cantt,
lUluttcn, Ntwtli, Kuu Uahldthu,
ruiU nil other Modi i turiifnjc.
execuleU with ncllitcdtufct UiMtltili. -
11. J, MOI.ll', I'ICOPItlhlOU. -
llriisiaaniiouiicstiahisfiiciutsand tlw uUic in ften
cral llut.lhe alne h4lo.u1 proslJes
I rout J A, M , till 10 . St
I Tib firx.hj
. tnisxrANTLY on MAXtl.
O.iti.r Pru!iskki lUILcsccl.Uill
Ixcoiuutctcd mill lha ctutlishmcui, !.( Lvus of
ll.e cut can a,iieibaie,
x rUnoiANi !',
U now open dad), U Uefufhaisius inaybtLadal
all lQ Of, shotl iKlc.
II. J. MOl.U, I'roffKior,
pLBCTIOtf OP OFPICUKS.
At iht Annual Me;liiu of ilw sliaicWJcit of (he
llaxsaiiaJl AlKulmclComoa.ivhiJ smi il itiuIhu.
IL Ulotsn person. irc liled as ov.ctis in ilM
sttsuinf )car, vul
ii.es uiiax. it insiioi- ..(.iVesijeui.
iliclUnarMAx . ,,..,,Vls-iicsdnt,
a. !'. CJomsJx ,,.l.utr,
ilic, JOsi.ru U Csxnu, Scinuv.
SIk. leiu .Mai ...... AuJtror
llcwwiulu, Jaue, jy 1UI1, i!i 1;; ,1
PIIOIO IHAllrb, tUh. 'liAAsuairs-KlM, lie
MlHOs.U. IHKUM', rnst.
Mill, a tu astarlcur.
HOs. 0. THRUM
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
H0K01 trm, Julys, itf
All mos rrmHmt. Waiw Pitxltaurt are netlrm! ih
iWr VV Aira IUtm are rwrsM wml-ammaHr, In ad
hm, al the onVr nf ih SmwflniuM of VV'aitr
VVotls, for of Natnftuii Mretc, upon lli ti diss? t
January ami July nt enrh year V n. WII.SC1.V,
" t Siti.trintM.knl WilM Wml .
Till. I l.r.CTION of RI'.lHKSI.NIAIIVr.tin
llwntxl I.KIISt-VriVr A,SI.MIlt.V wtlllatr
rtace ilrmnliMii Ihr nriohs r Intlon Irfcttkn ofti,
uiVTffv! n xv mini-1 hay the nth lity or I Ml
111 IXslU ill Ihe r.Hl .tM T lMlm ..lit I
nnnml al 8 o'ekKk, 11., nn ih itsy stmwnamnl, ami
cloanl at ; oelocl, i il
ine rHli)winf L4iex art ilMWrtllett fr hatjlnj Iht
Dlilrkt of lltto.
llfM I'nllrw I'lXtt .
... ..t!ontl llnufcr. Mil
Cowl House, IsiiiimImwIk
........ . tosfs-lDrssf 1 huthm
OWAIfaiul IMtite Jmilea
K04 .... tsAsMinr
KA l.jnmn InsCollmcr
Olttrlct of Hamakui
nt iMtin riwt..,.
..CfKlM tlAIM. HdMAlaa
Ceun llv, VVatptrt
I l Mlati
(irie lldl .
...... .... lax-AMMSor
J K Ka
nisldct el Kahala.
Hot rolling Mae Oirt Houw, Walmea, S Kohali
. . Irwpttidfiof Klrtlan
S II .VUhul-a Hlslild Jttiilw
Second I'allmi! I'Uee .Couit llmw, Kjp-uu.N Kntnla
lnMlorx J bleclion.
J II Kaohi ,.., c
I1 Klmmoha ........ I
Kaal .... ,.,,
District of North Kona.
.Itchv Hotii, Kailiia
J r. iuni,
A K lliupili.
.... .... 1 ax Collector
Dlitrlct of South Kims.
C VV I'Kjm.,
I) II N'-ihimi..
. Sclinil llouw, HoiAeni
I nsifClors of I Jed ion
. ... laxAsteiuor
Spencer'l Sloiehouse, llonuapi
I'olltnj; Plire .
. . ui .xssexvir
District of I '11 in.
. 1 . . Court I louse, I'otiOihl
J 1 MaeoU..
1 ax Collector
District composed of Lahxlna, Obw ilu, Ulcume
liamu, and Kalioolawe.
IVilInj; I'l ice Ojurt House, Uluiia
. . . . Inspetlnrsof Ktectlort.
Isjliaiilelii . .. Police Ju.llce
...,.. ' nx.xssexsor
District compasod ofKahakulox anJ Kaaiiajiali.
Polling Place.... ..School Ilonw, llonoliis
lusierlors of I- lectt m
District hegiiimui; with and Including Waihee and
extruding 10 and liicludui); Honuaula.
Iirel I'ollmg I'iire Uourt llou, VV'ailuVu
'.' '",, 1 . - " fohec Justice
(1 I. Kielunlson lax Aasessor
" Kcin" I.ix Collector
Second I'oHiiiij I'laco... Courl House, UlupiLipui
Inspector of Klertioii.
M. Kuloha ...Diunci Juvilctt
Distilct beiflniiing with and iucluiliiie lUinakiialoa
anJ extemling U and including Kula.
H.IIing Place .... . Court lluuse, Alilawao
v I Massman.... .. District Justice
JNaloolu.i. ... . InsAuessor
A hornantlt lux Collector
District beginning with and including Kahlkluui
and extending to and including Kooluu.
I'ollmg Mace . . Couit House, liana
I ns Mri.ir nf I I..C...
1-ail . DiilrLl luilif.
Ih-llanuna. . . 'laxAsscuor
H-""i .. laxColleclor
District of MoiokaUnJ Lanal.
Ursr I'ollini: I'lace ....Court House, TuLoo, MolAai
In.rrlnN rF I l.m..
Is Kupihea Disirict Justice
Sicoml Polling Place . School House, llaohai, I anal
In. Hectors .if I- lriu...
S Kalwohalahala ..Disltus luitice
District of ltona.
Polling Place . .. . ,
. AlilvlalM Hale
., , . Inspeclorspf tleclioiu
K F kickerlon
K II HaxielJen
1 ar Collector
(.oullkure . .... .... , ,
District or Ewa and Walanae.
rirsi lUluif I'Lsce School House, Walaua
, , , Inspectors of I'.lertioti.
!! N Isahulu Dislrict Justice
st- ."' ' laxAswssor
Second Polling I'lace . .. .Conn House, Wauuu
Inspector of l.ltclioii
J' ' ' 1-ama DisltKt Juuc
District of Walalua
Polhngl'lace Courl House. Waialua
c .. ,. . InspeclorsofLleilion
bKVIahoe .Dislncl Just,ce
District of Koolautua.
Polluif Place f ..Scho.1 House, llauula
liil.cloiof I lection
J. ",'.1" Wi.lnct Juslict
j.V,K"lu, I ax Assessor
J UulealanL . laxColleclor
District of Kosilaupoko.
Polling place Couit House, Kaneuhq
, , ,. , , Inspectors of l.lrclion
J 1. l.atilulou Disltiel lusii..
' . ..lax Collector
District of Waliuea.
Firsr Polling PUc. ... . Srh...IHoiHe,Waimea
lniclor of tletlion.
KKalu'e..,, I)i,i,ln l,..,.
s. I, Kaula .
.'1 ax Collector
Stc-wid Pulling Plue .SelKad ous, Niihau
, .',. ln.ictnrsof l-Udlon.
!'lU e ' " Dulrict Justice
AKaul.u .. I nx Assessor
I U IM111, -ic.. . ., . ..U.Cullcslftr
Kin Polling PWce Court House, Lihue
,, ., , lil'slor, of hits lion.
K S llanukii lit...... i..r .
J . - - ..... ....-(,,. ju.tIS
. .u lax AsuKsor
heovid Polloy I'Ue,. .. . . Court House, Koloa
. ,,, . , , luspeclors of I Iccllou.
rxe-c'ii '"'" ' I'lslrlet Justice
I V Ktkahiu.ol.u U Assessor
(aid. KaU .,,..,. ..LssCollscio.
l-rrsl Polling Plac Court llou. Hanalel
liispulort of Uccliun.
........ , ..Dislrl'i Jusilce
,. . lax Assessor
Jas VV HuJ..
el II fabliau
fsecoml IVjInne I'laca Coutt House, Kiuoa
ilSI.t.aft tX V L.l. u
I. Is l.aan.ualu ,, , U, CoH,tlw
CHAS. T. HUI.ICK,
lludusr of Interior
luurior OiJk., I).emUl 31, iBJp
ASucceufulllousal A bucceulul House I Aniik.
if lmtaru- i.l ... r r li . its ... . . '
loiucrs. oik or taste. Lui 10 1...LI ,L.... hi.uUu k...
conlidtim, rlls for lU estrcix of raci uikI .bUraluy.
i.vsr .-". vm isoss n au ou r.ir naai iruy
ara: neser busreuecMni ... .r,ut 11, i.,k. ..j.-..
or lluilet I, trislwl, and iM policy has nud lU firm
on of llie srrvalest la lu litve, oa loa leidinj iltuuuly.
far. of Honolulu. 1U LmbiK alilkmrv Sloe, of
Cliailcsj. Hscll, 1,1 o sjoaelulu xvlias alacx-'a is to
NtwVora. LImiUhI. IUwI nukeaa soecLdivof UU.
I in try, W I ha tlw. is oflUsnil.is of lUcur.
All iccuuius of lb. SI1IUI)AV MIU'
KjiLssittjyr "v . " TSv?'.
IrtiV a.ilms-tavrlsi - -- -- - ' ' fi- .l ai..a a
ivisenaMiwiis ana aoMciniSssnA tr lass
aj.auce, anJ ihss mU .fl U rujufly cajj, r
iln.tancof ,uccsa(jia kciad Dry liooj.' ay is
airordJl,yUUadu!.llm.,yiol,s. 4 Cnail.sJ
Kl,l.l.rwi, loriaiu Hm.i ,,.,,. ju Pronwioc
sir. I,llslbac.(uiredlh.u4cflv4du.isusjo0w Any
Dry Ooodl House ciut. by fuels -ul..,n.l . .l,. n,.'
Majtaacr al Jle-.
nn vvonKtNiiMr.N.s union oi nn
III I10IJ their next MKt.riNn on ss)tti JANUARY.
iM,at 7,10, r m , al their Hall ftn Ktmj Siren, Hrmi
luhi Applications for mmtershlp may ls senr lo Mr
Z. V Jninites Ortice, Ametlcan House, Honolntn
IImj inillallon fee of $r shont.1 nerompanjr 1.1 appti.
eatiAnt. Applicants will he ircomm-ndesl, nntl if sp.
rtxedof In meeting wttl I elected in memUrship. A
erpy of ctmslilution ansl y laws wilt be sent free hy
rtrurn mad to all wxwking men em ihe Islands.
Our motto Is- Fqtial Justlcti lo Alt and 10 use our
Intluenre lo more fully Protest VV'orllnt Men's In
terests agamst tairge and UnnetMSnry Intlux of
Ctdnese alvnit to t-e landed on these shores
liy order of Ijs Loinmilles-,
llie unclfnljTiesI base find s es pilnershtt iimfff
ihe Htm tnmtrf SI'KI ( Kl I KftCO, Im tha pnr(ie
11111 N I H at llfluntn'u ami ssteh other (tiros ti ihe
Hawaiian Kinjleiiiasmif tnnteeinMadslsalle:
ti(nal CLAl't Seaackliis,
XV u, C), Isivin,
1 I Urn
Hanntuhi, January t, &
Kefetrlnj 10 ihe ahuxe, we Ug lo inform the business
public that ne are prepared lu male l4ans, disssnml
appeared notes, and ptircfiase eathange at the liest cur.
rent rates Our atrangrinentt for setting exchange en
lh piinrltiat cities of the United Slates, lurme,
Cldni, Jaein, and Australia, arc iieine; tnjtsle, anl
wlieir ierfecleil due iiolice will t4 given.
We shall also l pretested to receive dellsits&ii cpeu
account, make eolleciions and conduct a c.enefl binY
injc and exchan&e business
Ih. ANNUAL Ml I.IINI5 i.f lU I ASI MAUI
S"l OCK I C) will 1 I el 1 al the Ofnce c-f C. llrewer A
CO 011XIONDAV, II IllCtr.VUV a, iMs.al mo'clxk
P (. JONIS, Ji
fsee. 1 M S. Co
I LLUSTKATED LHTTHK SlltilV13
fine lit of
H.l.USlUAll.H LbVlHU PAI'I.K,
In slnijte sheets
with xietsa tf (stand 'ssenery and Ptoiniiieiil doxeril'
ment Hud hns. J.ight kinds put up In ipdies assoileil
At 50 cs. per quire.
'or Sate at
11103. c iiiiunts
At the ANNUAL MM. I INC. of llie PAS I .MAUI
1 IaANIAUUN .t-O, IdJkl Honolulu, Taiinxi) 16,
ifi34 the foi K wing Dfhter Mere clecietl for the en
W l-,AtlPN.,. .... I'rcsittcnt
J I. MoprMANH. Vlccrru1ent
V. C. JoNht.Ji.. ..SecniiiJ lrrir.
W. ft Allkn . . . AuJuor
I)isfcT(iks-V, I .Allen. C. k.l.tOup. I'.C nfi,Jr.
V C -fONKS.jR.Sermiry
We have Just recicJ a verj- fui tt,-jrtinnt
Irish D011I1I0 DuuiHkk Tallin Liuou,
cou.iilngoriAULn CLOTHS of all sum to imt ill
ilict of illning tablet,
with NAPKINS 10 iruiltb
Thfe Lmtiist aresthe fineit e.cr fmorlc J to ttui
mailet, and ue tntttc our friinj to give them an
a. n MJcrfutLAXi: .c vo.
i E U C A I. o r. O R. M
Nuuanu slicet, ansl ciuer (J 1 otl ar.,1 dterilian slreels
TOIIH A. PALMER
E II. WOODWORTH
IUvtt.ivday fucuissl aco-sailiicrsl.!pundrr ll.t iiaih.
ih vuvnr.il. no in iruHKH nt.
Honolulu, NoxetnUr 13, 1H3.
Joun A, Palssaa, fc, u, VVuot.wjatM
'i'ME ORYSTAIa KOOA WOKKJi,
SODA WA1 KK,
1 1. uulserwsl poaiaiiy ts bicli our ju.li enjoy - ami
ll.e imeaaiu Jeiuaivl (i them it a auarautet of their
sopsriofuy. wurifiuaer AS Is equal talllsaliurled,
and b used for ll.e laUa kpW. of liU Vlucxs (Wslskj
Mains a Krasciui, iciresiu.jc sutnk, si la a uuu
ssaa, maniy Msueaciai m ssaiuicnc. ansl trajlstei
VV . Lull is tpcdallly tf family lra.1.
Kouni net 14 (tunic 10 all parts of ilu
wruesa Kis vena aiessfs, rseaeoa
Our Tsleprsou. auwUrt;
Ordi t frosn ba rXt9
plCEANIC STUAMSIIIP COMPANV
Hi Vlafnlfiwnl, tie, ami rieranl siemsliiw
Mtlllll'OSA mil AluMi:i.
Will tense Honolulu nmt Rsn I ranrlscis
I si nnd l.'ith of "Cucli Month.
Pi'Sexirers by ilitt line are dtteby notieil that they
will l allowfsl ift Itn, of Iviagaite firt by tin Oter
rxelkSInN TICKRTt ltR a.st'Nii Tair, Si
wl to reinm by any cf the I omi any s Isieameit a itlv
PAHenicHs may Imte tMv names locted in adsanca
by apf Itinc at the ellTcn cf il t are nis.
AiershamliMi Intended fir shlmnenl 1 9 lll line, wilt
. , . . ...". .j ' : ....
namu-e iniemieil lirshlrment 1
net rrs-eieii nee or storage in in rttinexny new ware
il lire 01 storage in trie ruinieinv
hniisa, ami iKelpis istuesl for tame Insnrnnce i.n
niefrhaintisr, nhitsi in the warehmise, will lar owner
VVIII.IAM ft IKWINACn.
Aenri, C) 's I o.
fsTUAM NjVVIUATION COMPANY'S
I INI. OV 5riK,VMIU1
HatrsI. . . Commanjer
Will run rojuliily for KON.V ami KAf,
Leaves Hunolalu at 4 P. M.i
lanuiry 11 1 Iriday FfUn.ijr
est lueolay Vlartfi 4
..lelnuary r I Iridsv 14
Arrives at Honclulii at t p nl,
I'll lay .
1 ndas .
el ruary ta
CaiHeroit coiam nwler, lexses IfoiiotutU every lues
illy ai ,pm fxr Nallilll, Knl.u, Heele, an I VV'al
inea, Kauai Iteturning leivex Nan diss ili esery
Tir iJiuiir.t Mulrr,
I icfmxn hiiniuaii.er, leaves Hnii.,liilu every Ihurs'
J1), a' 3 lni. ((' IsApna anl Mlauea Ketuia
Ing leases Kin.il every Tuesdi) al 4 11 N , anJ tomti
m at VVaianx Irf.ih wars.
Tlir V. il. Ilthi,
Daslseomxixmlrr, Imv's llnljtii tiefy TutsJiy
at 4 p.st. for Kutcuihala. Ilonnltaa.and t'aauhau Ke-
limine arrises al II mi ilulu every Sun laj rnnitncij,.
IOII SAN Ht.VNCIStO,
f. HK.II Hit ,t VOWI'AXV, .lue,il:
MerchaiKbse received Slorjje Free, and liberal rash
-. ...vv iiiauc sin -siiihii:iiis, ny 11.11 ll.
"- 1 .. T t -
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
10K SAN HiANCISCO
Jlie Sj lfinln Sicamliii
a ir s r 11 a t. J a ,
IIHI-S'l,. ,( .Couuoinder
- vs ill lease Honolulu fur San Irancisco
On or isliuul. Muniliiy. I'otiruary 18th.
r?OH SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
Ihe Splendid Steamship
W'Elllli'R. . . Commander
Oil or about ..- . January ifsllh
'1 he ajenlx licre are no r leiMted l Issue iLlels 10
ixn t rancisca and return for $ra, ihe. rjuihd seip'
floods for shipment per steamer can now be stored,
rre. of charxc, in tlw fire proof warehouse nsar the
Tor freight or passage, sr ply to
; II IIACKI'CLD St. Co , Anenis.
pOIt SAM PltANCICCO
Ihe CliptKr llriitaiiliue
tr. a. ut my.
tluluJi Dlatiatoti rbr tka AboVxt Pert.
I'or Ielhi or I'assape, appl in
v W. O, HtVV'IN A 1J0 , .stents.
MEHSKS. R. HOME & -CO.
Kim, Staaar... IIiindlilv,
VVuuld be lu nolify'th. ISjbln; thai they
'lave lust leieised a shipment nf th famous
HOUSr.HOI.il " StVVINO MAgtllNK.
'st Anyperson ssisliirigloimrihastamv!u;riiacr.lu
...mim Msti sovsaiuiiiv nielli
a luimlrr of sutrlor
Double-barrel Braacti-loadlnf Shot Ount,
Wluchett.r RIAsti, Kcunady Klflsia
Smith ft WUiost Rtvolvcrt.
full assortment 1 C'AVtl KIDllKS, Uau and
I shell ; and rMlsiucn ttieneral buppbes
a-T Call ami esaiidne our Slock I
llaviiij, i our tmplns a fir.Ulsn n tlk a-" f'rf3l
Nn.lli.ar. .rfpaiedtoil.illliliidtsfsu4lilna!la , liTl
nrstiUssinaniitrundonshori rvaict. 1 V VS
iVrrr ne Miirsliiea rtpul, ml aiDsrtVssf v ?v
An.) all Lliuls of Iron Work mad. and 1eaastr.1l
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