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I'nbtteatlo-i it it l t K asrntaiaan itrw . tu
torial toomi l n4 rrt titer..
Subserltors and A4nrttwn wvfl sssmm aiilnsa,
TltOS R T.IR IM, PnUtalwt l rrtiAjrteter.
All -xiiter far th. Sttwtey Pm esMMld b
I . ,i I. th, SVTURDAY FKKSS."
N-i'i.ln mote nf tater.st ttMMpMftf
the nke t hl t PIlirri r Ins.kfaKs- tmttlni
lor pabiteatlSM Conesoassden r t.essssten1 I
iprwl th rm mmrs r u isaaMiiiliiatu.,
n.t m (Hi!. "i Mttimllr, t at t rvnit
th- ihtw jxttt m kk ! taMi.
PBBHU Ar . iM
l-atr Raw to last aatsptemrnr.
lrtsf Mfssj WiM llsssss1 fawtf fGW pasmksil
nlMWK nUWtcd tH III nftV at tit fbt AIM
V " mitrt " pmjrtf asae-ting was. hlsl m
I 1 1 irtt rteMA fe v?e4srla, ttrr, Dr.
I i i lom lb ItanVr.
rtw ItotWttn rr llwt the rtample of
i kinn hi matt dnrtng itw rwtw comnri't
i in iy. w by the trnnknt.
l"hm hi been h hmwy rain r the
K -ilnn ijil, 4 ihh Winl that tMvellen hve
1 . -i Irkqroil bj- irdMt iluring the mutV.
Ii hi been " Mete hiefc than gooit mMge
nun. n-hleh jwrmittii a Tire in the Chintte
i irtcMilariiHllht recent New Vear't nekrt.
Mi. W. U, Atwater, bite of .Must. Mid Mr.
II s Tft)Mh, nr tM riljr, hanlbtmeila
tBtW in ett) on thf taiktfhNt bl-
l)n New Ver iljy tlte Cliliiee vnnh. lfcit
hirr in tlw hkhmIi (hey Ay. 1'inui the 2 lh to
lh jh the neek h Wion im "llontelven'
I hurvhy, lieinR llie ill) foi nwii) jcat ob-iw-ivol
a the iby of rdt ira)er fnt collepeA
il k!kiJ, wi olMeix-eit by 2ritoHbite re-Itpi-KH
nieettnt; nt Oiha College.
Thr Kapiiihni l'.nt eino i uetl) well
ptironiieii on Sun Jap ami SalunUy afler
noini, ami llie piojuhHor thinki it nonU pay
the cucbet to run oftenir on liHh iIwhc ity.
One of the cuiiom ighl that calciies the
r)t an) otie othhos i!on Kmunu lreet, h
the oimnifnl.il Hxxulen gtnlcn ami bird of
prailic on the roof of the l!h nve secret
vw-uty ball near KimmaUapili ehntch.
U C. K. Miller lii eciired a desk m
the office of Welt, Fargo A Co., in
onlrr (o cart) out a genenl iwrclm'inj; ami
cuuimUwui nRency.attemling chief!) lo all com
municatioa ami ordfn from the other iilamls
ami iiin Franrieo.
On the first pse may lie found Chief Justice
Jmlil'n ciujr on MadaRitcar, and i column
concerning jomc of the imntnnl invenlinnt
JnJ iliwoiciiei of iSSj. On the fonrlh page
' punted a column of veltvted lervi. In llie
ipptemenl ate notices of the leading lale
nugaincs and -a number of literary notes.
bereril months ago an IHwaihn )outh
forged three cheques on llishop & Co. The
crime was acknowledged, and the youth dU
miued without arrest. This mistaken kind
ness may hare had its influence upon two
111:11 es charged recently with forging orders
for liquor on one of the liquor (inn of Hono
lulu. The steamer V. II. Keeil has been char
tered to do the wunding for the new cable
company, and, weal her permitting, the work
will begin uctt week under Captain Jackson
of the survey department. The work will begin
at Ma, east of Diamond I lead, and -will li coo
'inued to MoloVai, thtnee to Maul. If the
weather ii good alraut five week will lie suffi
cient time to do the work.
At the regular election of Alfproba Lodge,
Xo. I, I.O.G.T., htW last Monday night, the
folio ring officer, were clcctod for the ensuing
temii N K. Iljrt:es, W. C. T.; Mrs.
Walker. W. V. T-; J. II. Hare, W. S.: Mi
Frances Lack, V. F. S,: II. I'. Ilurgeu,
W. T.; J. V. JIcGjiie, Jr., V. M.j Mrs. N.
F llurgess, V. C; Miss & Caiter, V. I O.;
and . V, Magnin, Sr.. V. O. C.
There was a meeting o( lho- intrreled in
the Hawailin'StncI: llrcelers' Association at
the Hritith Club last Thumlay night, lie
dc the secteury, Mr. J. I. Don&elt, Jr.,
there were present Messrs. J. II. I'aty, V. II.
and t hatlcs llaileyof Maul, C. II. Judd and
two or three others. Nothing a decided
upon. Hie nest meeting will be held nest
Saturday csming at the ItritiJi Club.
Mm Addie Campbell and Mr. Joseph
Howie were married lau Ihurvta) evening, at
the residence of the bride's parents in l'auoa
atlcy, by the Uc. S. C. Damon. Misses
Addie lialdwiu and Llie Campbell were
bridesmaids and Nr. J. C. Wiseman and Mr.
Ituchanan were groomsmen. 1 ully se.'tnt)
fiee friends were present, and thcit apprecia
tion of the happy couple was fully dltpla)rd
in the Usual manner.
" A young man was ancstcd on Saturday
evening liecausc he was hit in the face without
provocation. He w a perfect!) sober, and al
Mays is so, yet he was detained in the station
house all Saturday night, liberated on a tail or
$15 on Sunday morning, and yesterda) morn
ing wn tol I that there was no esidence what
ever againtt Mm," says the lljllctin. It is
now in order for some apologiit to csplain
away the " IritUl circumstance."
"AH gl Chritibns ought to keep a rul
Hh heap ready for the burning. Tliis is
especially to be recommended in situations
where ones nuuki neighbor may be burning
his rubbith while the trades are blowing, ami
where one's maika! neighbor may con
veniently set (ire to Lis pile while a kotu n on.
In either case the oppoitiliuty of heaping coals
of fire on the gol brother's heal it no! to be
despfssd." Sa wyi one evident I r insensible
l the unitat) value of smoke.
Mr. Waller, faithful to his promise, has
roofed luV of hit outside slaughter pen at Ka
lihl, 'ITie impnueiiicm deserves rccogoition.
He it now in negotiation for the leasehold
of sis bundled acres not far from his present
laog'ilcihouve. llie fickl in question it now
supporting lo humlreil head of cattle. When
prvjcily fenced, it 1 lhccd that two bun
drcj htad of rattle may I kept in good con
iltiton there the )snr aroanil. And "Mr. Wal
ler's atrangtmenu for bringing IIswslI cutte
will enable him 10 keep a reserve aluais on
liarsj. If h seetirM llili plane he mil d lire
in bu sktug hitr U-m Jail).
' happression of lights ' Tle rM uuu
alol f SchoUvtle tyranny 1 The ht. Albans'
Dajly has been sat upon I" Sucli weie the
vUrilLTg heoJliurt of a linglog ankle in an
unptbluhfil ouiulKrof a oow tnnriburul pub
hcation lsuii.1 by the wpfi ut Mr. Alkir.son's
Khoot, Taa an illunralol licet, the hi.
Allan's Dtily tiirfe mcaviical wuhil, ami
lut all C.il IHas' indiscrvtion la Its same.
For, i I one day It sA diuespectfull)
of (he lew neat I Ian gaudy mcn fit two
antoag the jwpils. Ami then Ih
bUw fell. ' No more paper J " tlwuderc! the
peUgm to- One nondeisir live i,uUy
)uo4 natured Mr, Alklnsoa iorgot lie was
tusutdf aa editor.
.r i it art mitti.r i in itii
Tht distil i if I Winkle, fcirttrnor of
h PrNm, rat treated more Mlfc than any
mhef If4eitlin( the week ease rtitp alrrays
iltn.-W topic f (he treaty. Mtwh has leii
fitls 1 and safcl slant! it. An Inncmn has
I Ivcti hM turf the nsnal cunjteisnrr Imrdlwl
tsnat In (HI up gaps in the rmtiliW evidence.
A very lull report of the ttlimotiy prtNtnted
lpfme the rotvwrt's Jury has been Atrnisrvev!
hy tht rtvilletln, to the enterprise of hrw
olliot, Mr r. R. ttneklaifct, the searrhHva
inquiry snade I largely due, as It vra r)l his
tnlHtatlon that the friends of the deceased
einploynl Mr. Ivthlsa to ronvfaet an Investl
sjalion l-ef.iw the enmntr. Trs hunttllnj,
!talttng. inemeWnl way hi which the police
I department mortd tn the 'matter statin apt
' illmtrtllion of Just what the I Yes has aM and
the paUk hai thonttht anon lit tatMing
nnnssjeatent of the police ttepnrttiwm. There
wm'M hare been no Inriulrr If the friends had
nM Insisted upon ft, ami there la manliest rvt
dt-nrr that the Inquiry would have amwintetl
toretylttila iraeimuetew lawyer, in private
ptsetlev, hart not been brought tn at nearly the
esswrsstll hotw. It la but hist to nr, however,
hat the coroner did evefjihing in his power t..
atxieil a fun investigation after it was aetiiatly
Between 4.J0 ami J r.v. last smwhty morn
ing the Inmates of Oahu Crison were startled
by the jangling chmgor of the prison bell, A
few second later those who wrre able to
assemble wire told by the head turnkey that
the governor of the jail, William F. I (tickle,
bad Ix-en found outside the prison wall, Head,
under cireumstonres which seemed u show
that he had (alien fun the parapet of the
mof which Is at least three feet high
and two feet whlc. live unfortunate
man had len present at a loau dur
ing the night, and hsd returned about
a.m. He was rejiorted lo tie sober on his
return. Shottl) tliereafter he was heard to go
out on the roof and about the same time '.he
liead turnkey was awakened, he said, h) the
sound of a crah, which proved to Ihj the
Woken glass of a window in his morn. A few
minutes later the ldy woi found. Doctor
llnxlic was telephoned for and arm ed al the
prison almvit 5 v.M., finding llfeeMinrt tliouah
live liod) was still waim.
1 1 is impossible here to follow the evidence
in detail, but the following inmmai) covers
the ground faitl).
The first intention of the police authorities
was evidently to Itur) their ilood brother
decently, ipiicth, reverently and without ask
ing any questions. Ilut his friends believed
thai it was due the interests of trnth that an
inquest jlioiilil be hckl, and a cursor) post
mortem esamination wns licld pievimn to the
funeral last Mnndav afiernoon.
1 he dejmty marshal, acting as coroner, um
inoneil jurvmen from wlioni llie follow ing were
selecleil: Messrs. Ilcmy Sninton, Jacob
Fisher, Ijlwin Hall, William Allen, James
Keau and Hiram Kajni. All proceeded to
the jail and examined the scene ol the tragedy
accident, qu-urel or foul pla).
On returning Doctor llrodie was the first
witness called. He testified that if Ilncklc
had fallen from the height suposcd death
uoukl prolalil) hive been causeM by con
cussion. The cuts on the head were such as
could have lieen made on the rocks, 01 with a
dull, blunt instrument, such as a stick of fire
wood. Doctor McKibhin agreed ssith Doctor
lirudic, liut thought that the wounds were
more likely to hav c been caused by falling upon
the stones than by a blunt instrument, as there
was rubbing of the adjacent parts of the cheek.
The brain woukl not present a ilifferem appear
ance if the blow were the result of concussion
or of blows inflicted by a club.
Ku!a Glover, a uomin, had seen Ilueklc at
a ftast uiven at the house of Henry Kaia. She
afterwards saw him at the jail, and returned to
the feast in company with Mailihi, head turn'
ke) at the prison.
Mailihi testified that he went 10 the feast
.tilh the woman about midnight, remained a
vhoit tune and returned to the f rion. Theie
he saw lluckle in his private dining room He
went down stairs and was joined by llucMe,
They had some conversation and look cacri.
glass of wine together. Witness then reliied,
and saw no more of the deceased till after llie
The cnronci's court thtn tofik a recess fo
supjitr. Mr. J. M. Davidvon had leen re
tainetl lo conduct the inquir) on lichalf of the
friends of the deceased and apiiearcd slinrllv'
alter the court rcassembleil,earl)-iii the evening.
MaihhiK fuilhcr testimiifl) was to the iffect
thai he was awakened al atiout 3:50 A. M. by
Charles Clark, son-in-law of the deceased,
an I went to sleep again. He was next
awakened by a crash. Thought a picture had
fallen, but discovcicd that the window of his
room WTis brokm. Thought il must hav
lieen broken liy a stone or a Mick, but found
none inside the room. He then went outside
the jail and vtav met by Ihe guard, I'aahana,
who told him Iluckle was dead. When he had
veen the liody he rung the prison liell and in
formal ever) one who responded tltat Uucklc
was dead. The witness said he liellcval that
Jlockle fell off the roof.
. t.i . .. ,- .
!""'". a guard, iciiiei to Hearing n
crsvh, and thought it was a lamp in the room
01 a pnoinir, stiortly Icsrcaltcr he rn.t
Maihhi coming out of his oan nxun, llie
two went into the room and cxanilnwl the
tiuavhed wimlovr. Tiny could find neither
slick nor stone. Witncts then went outside
the priton and found Ihe liody
Waiw-ai, another guard, tesilficl chiefly tn
unimportant facts. He stated, howivir, that
ho did not know of any one who had liaj ' a
quarrel against Iluckle."
Wabloa, ihe lamp bo), corroliorUcd I'aa.
liana's testimoii) almul the cravh and aKwt
meeting Maihhi coming out of his room
Kachi, guard al ihe outer gate, when the
fatal event loak place, heanl the crash, tvv
Ilucklu come in after 4 .. f. He knew of no
difficulties lvlwecn It.ick.lu and any one else.
Witness te.tiM thai Iluckle could walk with
out staggering when he came in.
Officer Mikrtriu testified tn the appearance
of (he lIy after death.
Charles Clark, detk of the prtmn and son
in-law of Iluckle, lotificl in the fiwllng of the
hud). Witness said he liad "rather not state
if an) liad freling timing between Ihe de
craswl and other persons at the jaiL" Ilefud
once hcant a ditiwla bet wren Mr. Uuofcle
and Malaibl. "J can't say lhy were on good
terms or on Lvl lcfu. Mr. Ikclle is an easy
gaUg nun ami seldom a)s 3iy-,hlng m.
puvbed. I lave ktioivn him to sir thai Mal-
fflhi wax tilwg in run ihe ptkvon lastcad of j
hlniMiir. Mr. Uctkle alwa)s o.mfJainsil of
lajluna and thiealepv.1 to slMs-lurge him for
Ulnr; aj) atxl aIerp whrn on dnty. Mr.
Iluckle has lokl me o, ail I hav heard the
man answer Idiu luck iiupudctill).1
This closed the testimony ( ( the iUy, or
rather tuglii, for il lavied till nratlv ilf,ii.
.Shortly Ufore l.t oi( Wediicsdiv the
F. J. Tstta uas the Cut U5rn, he tewificd
10 tnrcling Iluckle ai the fcai anj said tits
decerned icfuwU gin or hLU), but dkl drink
I wo KUk'' Vn wine.
Mai) k-alihcnawa, a inisoncr. Icstiliol to
ckanle up ihe .WU of the suiivhe.! w!n,t,w
ywwfp'itnn' m Mjr9vi'K9t vtrw wwwuitiwwMiw.JWjmluiitiwwwwiwinwinmin jjnmiOTmai m iwifiin'Wi iwwpwujiwf i'nip'mii nmwuwrn
I u r In it ' (i ii' ii M n n
tuumi-.! , n r!. ! Il r ' -h- r--tr-' -Ms
as nf a senflw fa the msjf met ha brad,
hcait! als stpsealtrkj srmml ay of anme mm
rin rtnittnl, then heatel the crash, lhafi
' hratd rrtfwitirvi! footstep. The (plmctn of
this Wutnait, hosnrm, rmtM not r trtrtj '"
' court, a the w serving sentence lor Moty
It svas ttltnirttl bf the coroner, me Mfjr to (lie
the Investigation the widest maitble nenpe,
Arte, another mntun prtsoner, IratinVd In
rwarim footsteps n the roof, thrsv a ctxsli,
then iWsftApss returning.
KatMkv, gnnrtl on duty from n to .), mm
Roeklejotwt at 1 a.,, but could not say
whether he had been drinking or not.
The twttimooy of st-voral nther witnesses
threw nn new light on the mystery.
Mr. ttavMean th;n adrfressed the jury as
fotlnwst " Ctemlemen of ih Jury, thh hat been
very pro! racial mvcsiigitiun, lo twne extent
owing tn th hvrt thst the lrmry Wsw fnvoverl
fmnt the plaee whtre first found, tfad It re
mained, and the coroner been promptly In
formed of the fael, the rnrestrgatWin would
have lieen more satisfactory. Mr. Ruckle was
a well known eiliren, holding a rospoiwible
I (Hilton, head of a hvtmemiit family, highly
respecicil, and on Sattmlay last was x.en hy
miri) pN-suns in Ifnnniuht in Mlwt health,
amino doubt conversed With by members of
the jury. In 'he evening h was well, and at
tended an cmtertfiinm-nl give by one of his
friends, ami, returning home at an early hour,
found It impossible to sleep hy reason of the
noise created by the celebration of Chinese
New Vcar. He again revisited this feast
and returned home about four o lock in the
morning. He quietly passed fnto the Oahu
prison, where lie resided, and aareinleil to Ms
mom. A short time thereafter the unusual
occurrence of a window being broken, ami the
nobe attendant, cruised an investigation which
resulted In finding his body lifeless niion Ihe
sidewalk Just under the eastern wing of the
prison. It was removed to his reahlenca, and
owing to the suddenness of Ihe death and mv
esplalned cause, which was a matter of con
jecture, the coroner was informed and aa in
duly hound, and also for prndentkl reasons,
he caused a jui) of six men lo lie empanelled
to investigate and, if possible, to find nut
whether death resulted from foul means or
conspiracy. I was requested by the family of
the decsascd to lie present and assist the
conmcr In dcviloping all facta connected with
the untimely death of Mr. 1 tackle, and we have
prcscifted to ), gentlemen or the Jury, all ihe
evidence that we could obtain connected with
the last part of the life of the deceased, and
have given you the Wwlil of all the light wc
possess upon the subject. As the evidence
does not directly Implicate anyone in partici
pating in Mr. (tackle's death, it does not lw
hoovc me critically to analyse the testimony, and
uselessly occupy your time. You have mniJ
fesled throughout 3 commendable spirit of
patience and impartiality. Your duties now
are plain, and it remains for you to discuss to
gether and conclude upon a verdict, ami I feel
sure you will perform that dul) conscientiously
Al 10:30 P. M. Ihe jury brought in n verdict
as follows : That William Ilucl.le came to
his death by a fall from the top of the jail, and
the (all was through some cause unknown to
The conclusions are conflicting which fairly
ma) be arrived at from the lestimon) here
necessarily summarized briefly. Imt given in
full try the Jiutletm of Wednesday and Thurs
U). As shown in the inititl statctn-nt of the
case, if Jailor Iluckle fill over the parapet
the roof in an apoplectic 6t, or in any naiura!
manner, he dul a surprising thing. If he wcrj
on top of the parapet as he might have
been ihe fall could reasonably have hip
petted, The hreaking of ihe window in the
descent seems almost incredible. The testi-
many of the two women, that footsteps were
heard on the roof after the cra4i, and the I The "glow" since reappearing has been mors
further testimony of one of tbemth-u a struggle steady and general, and not so startling in
was apparent, point to foul p'.i). And v'il, effect. Il has evidently been reinforced dur
in the absence of specific testimony, it is un-jing tho pan week by tho submarine eruption
jusi aim ungenerous to permit public iupicion
lo rest upon any one. The case is a good one
lo exercise the sagacity ol detectives. I
Ihe liaiks lolani, Kale, and Spartan, are
laid up in ihe stream.
Theliritish ship Abensvvilh Castle a,
ltrewer& Co.s' wharf.
the eastward along the equator, without hesi
TIhj Mary II. Dodge, hence, arrived nt istlnn. nibi-n si-.mi ii,n t.n , 11.. ....
Mary II. Dodge, hence
Hureka, (he otli ultimo.
I', .M.S. S. Australia, Chest, heoocv arrived at
S)dne)-, tlie 181I1 ultimo.
The U. S. S. Hartford sailed rrum Callaoon
the gtli ultimo fur this port.
The llntlsh liark Belle Isle is discharging
coal al the foot of the Likelike wharf.
The Carman bark I-'redricb, hence, arrived at
Hongkong previous io Januar) and.
At the foot of Kort street the American
baikeniine Kitsap is disclurging lumber.
Tlie Hawaiian ltark Kalakaua Is at the old
CuMoni House vvliarf loading for San Fran
cisco. The American brigaiiline W. C-. Irwin, is at
Sotcrapn's vvharf loading for Han l'raneiscn, in
sail next week.
The Amarican barkentine Klikiut Is at the
Ksplanade dUcliarglng lumlwr. She rcturnv
to the Sound In a few days.
The Oceanic Steamship Mariposa, will lie
due from San Kranclsco next I'rlda) noon,
with dates to tlie 1st Instant.
OaJis College Trustee have voted that here
sfler all who wish to come Into the college
or llie Wparatpiy achool ,piuu first make ap
plication to the eilucatiiiiial committee and
llt outnmlilee Is instructed to require of
ever)- applicant a certificate of vaccination,
and of freadom from Infectious disease, from
some ph)TdcB. If any jwpil ii hereafter
thought to be unfit ptivsleaUj- for Cstntlnuiid
connection with the school, some physician
sliall lh resiuesled to mske csaintnotion and
giro his vvrutcn optnion in .-vccnrtUix-c with tjie
An odd, srene was emctl oif the Hawaiian
Hotel groutvls on Thursday night Outing the
Utml conceit. One of die luud-boys, being
slightly uiJur tlw iuiluence of something,
nkiyed ImJI). He was nprhnal, an.1 re
minded of lu uldigaUooi to ihe Mvernoieot.
To oanca) these nUigjsttoa he hiimrslkuel)'
ittMrcssM tusiwrti, and returned hi govern
seat aai'iMio lu lus mnniur, Icadpg the
grusuuSs In a mtrle cnodiuVm.
will pra)t in fott-street
i IM usual lions. Th,
evwfag aairfee mil ,urUke moie of swi.
W inads vary pip.ulnwil, ' The I'lsttiiiras of
hhi will lie Mr. CruranV ilno,ja serm&n
rspeslall) fnr )oung pecple.
1 lire wale mw wsre sn lrt '1 hurtday
aflerpixm alMt a mile and a half oil the
luibor, II rainlBi; heavily towards
W.vinucat the time, but via quli clear in
Colonel hpitckeU it in much bellci health
than shwi bs arrhJ by th last Marin,
J'- ii 1
Tin 1 ii nn 1 t w h l!' urn of
T ..1 . I, n., 1en sttarluii -till rnn
tlnncs -free hmmhs from Its first picarartc
ft has justly claftweil Ihe attention of the srholt
winfM, uncitlllterl probably as well ss civil
lied, and ehaUmgrd explanation from seientiflc
twelt efery where.
"the farts about the matter are In the mam
as folron it twjng unrterstnoil that more
mlrmte aenirat-y Is tn be sought, if driretl, in
sekAtihV Jiurnalsi On Sunday, August to,
tffij of Honolulu time, aUmt M to a. M,
bsgan the heaviest pan of the great Krakatna
eruption inJrtsM. Tlie eulminat'ng point nr
most tetrlfte oarjbretk of the who.e was, ac-
cording to the areaunt of the ship I hnrles
Bnll, some hours Ulci, at (il r. M. of our
time. It Wfts, as has lieen aahl trul) , the most
tremendous vnteante ratastroiihe qf historiral
times. A mountain as .high as Ijinllmll (north
01 the lli) is Mid tl have tlhappeared I not
soul within twenty miles seems to have lived
to tell what took place, and prnhahl) millions
of low of earth were thrown Into the air. The
ronensslon prmrneed an air-wave lhat has lieen
traced three times trmiml the gtnbc, at if rate
of 700 miles iier Imur, the liarometcr here
shmving a distiirbnflte Sunday evening, doubt
less dne to th.1t source,, Tlw tidal wave reaehctl
here In 16 hours at a velocity of 37J miles an
hmr, the ri-j(lu-t showing distinctly al Ihe tide
gnage the enect of the great csphninn leferrert
lo alrovsl In other words, the tirlat distitib
ance here began at njo a. M. ami at 91 J" A.
M. there occurred a large wave m distinct that
il mtist have been caused liy the great shock
referred lo alvjve as occurring at J:t$ ft M. nf
our lime. The rising and railing of lire en
continued here till Thursday, and vftss noted
on tWo-reglsiers alt over the workl.
Oneptember 5th liegan the "upper glow"
In Honolulu, which has been elrcudy mi fully
described In the ailumns of this iiaper. As
this continued there was an Instinctive turning
on Ihe part or our intelligent men' who are
accustomed 10 volcanic phenomena, tn a vol
canic source for this display. As our island
volcanoes werv not in a very unusual wa)
active, so soon as the ncwa of the Java erup
tion came on Septemtwr 8th, attention waH
turned lhat wn), and 15ev. S. 1,. lllshop in the
Saturday Tress of September 151I1, gave to the
public the (list true exphnation of the " upper
glows" which have now liemme so famous
around the world.
Now what are ihe facts almul its apoearaiite
obewhirc? At the Seyclielles, jooo miles
due west from Java Ihe glow appeared In 3G
hours. Al Ihe Cold Coast, at Mnranhnm in
llraill, at Trinidad and at 1'anatiKt, it nppenreil
in rapid progression, reaching the latter point
Scptemhei and j 11,000 miles in six da)s.
The same uniform velocity westward of
a.ooo miles per day would bring it here Sept
ember 5th, as il actually appeared. It was
reported from this side of l"anarua, al ii, on
Septenilicr 3rd. We will liear in mind that It
might have come the rdlfir way, G.oco miles
in nine days m the regnlar and known W.
S. W. upjKr current of air. One trmto'viould
require in round numbers a velocity of nine!)
statute miles per hour, and the other of thirty
mtlesper hour. Ihe latter figure is not stir-
prising; the fiisl Is utterly astounding jn its
Now where, else has it appeared? And,
when? And another question how? In
India, and at the Cape of Oood Hope, both
out of the equatorial belt, it did not appear till
well along in September. In Knghml, not till
November 9th, on the continent of Uurope
j November 16, and in the United States its
general appearand! wis not till nearDecem-
ber, although ungulaily enough there had
lieen desultory and local displays jn October.
At these islands again, while there Ins ttcen
no entrrt cessation, there was a cry inarkc.l
diminution in November and decidectrcappear
ance with the month of December. Tho
glaieatouml the sun Ins been quite cnnstnnt
' oil Hawaii.
.-i-h..MK..,,.sln wiwiucj nn- ma esmiuisueu
-lnM..n.n,,tri. Mnn.l.l .1.. r.. , ,-,-- ,
that it is not aqueous vapor that produces the'
j effect, btu either volcanic dust
or gases j
most probably ihe former. What then has
carried alort thjt .,M m itseoursc far up in
the tenuous upper regions of air ? And in
I n"'Wetwn? fir Nornno Lock)er seems
- ,10 accept tire men 01 a sw ut upiwr current from
lorrui zone current is irnnt the weM, not
towards il. Some refer the motion to the fact
thai tho dust, thrown Ixjoud atmospheric
region, and thisi returning earthward, acquired
a westward motion Intensely acccltrittd hy
the forco of gmrttaiion, combined with cxpnn
sive resistance from below. Oihcrs theorize
that it is electrical!) repelled and thus left
behind by tho earth In its course.
The writer Juppmts the theory that there
a very swift upper current cntircl) above the
onllnarycleuibrcgion or air produced in tho
saniawo) an the lower easterly trades, lhat
moreover by some clnnnel, perhaps over the
Japanese "Kurohiwo," the volcanic dim h
visited the jiolar regions, and has returned
thence- through the tenniernle runes l) lower
Inckscl currents down again to our Hope le
gions. That the ordinary monsoons illstrihu
led the smoke more lowl) over India and
Southern Africa. Tltat there was an cxtranr.
dlury movement toward Jajn vvbicli reached
there from Java al ncarl) thebefoic-mcntitmed
rate of 3,000 miles cr day, is reported, and
is very suggestive. 1 here ma) be as )tt un-hcanl-of
alr-currcnl5 whose esivtence may be
made kpown by this "glow," when in courte
shall have Iwcn fully rcxrtcd,
For convenience I add tho following!
KltAK.VTOA KrUITUU., s
RtJutfJtj Gncntuich (.-htivii.J tunc.
U h m.
iwiiiwsjwwruiujt, , ...uSuu 36 7
UissUM Mrtastak , si 6
lUil vsrorasckat IIiIkJuUi .. V.
tjwsssaiastof IsnftUaiwis lluauhilu n
AUswUiltf4rttbuiiceltsn,lulu 6 i) jo
CHRTI5 J. Loxs.
Honolulu, January 30, igSj.,
llir ",1ltr itlutr."
The icd sunsets noticed over a larg art of
the esrtli foi mauy vaekifoim the subjl cjf
,1 laicftil essay b) Mr. fleorg V. gtcwnrl, of
Tulare, Califvroia. Furiunly cmp1o)ed on
the Saturday 1'iess.J It Isbsllweil th)ihc
noiiierwv cannot be atliihated to drntlly of at
iiioipherc, iffwt of heavy sandttoiim, 'or any
IvKal condition!., wliich would liavrj no elTect
at such great ijluatucv abore the earth's sur
fscei, the Hght appearing Isr above the upper
most stratum of Moods. The writer reoruiiU
wine f;'(rr.rr iliinoinena in conn eel Ion with
eruption at Honolulu and at Java, and
cosu.lu.Iss thai the iceent nollceable tunvtts
have been caused by hnsly divided volcanic
uw ur gitvecw ,ap ironi mc great trution
i" !?! J"! 1,1,,l,1c1e0,,l ,'KU. th last.
sand of uvilrs, and that ift. S. U, Uhop, of
...v ..,!, gnii urpaiimrnr, as cany as
Sniteuibcr iimi toncludrd that soim very
light elcuiM among the lapors of (he Java
eruption had continued at a ser) great height
In the stiniaphcte,'' and thus Tjecq more
wMtly duiilbutetl wtr the taitli than ever
before, -tutultfi, AuttrifW.
I'rvfcstor Dc V'ou, the N'ew Voik meteorot
;Wf holds' lhat ihe red sunsets prove that
ui otinoipliffe tsteuds lo a greater height
than the men of cicnc lave heretofore sup
posed, and that our atnuKpheic i composed
91 tei.at u4 diwiact itrat ,- jflJ
0I) Ijiflloii ( TiH'- Mott
Vrangely pitbitic nn 1 siringcij tnu th
story of old Apaiou, the ( hinese fn.., i
I ' ilnku-1 Om r (Ii in v u i I ,
irifi! llu sirim of tin Ii, i i! i, M
unit since thru, savi .un Intf i I nil ,,
which hi returnnl tot him o I n,,ihn
Mnain'-d In the srwre ( f iln- fnnnl), fai hfi 1
ftt Worn and deed, kind, i msi Icrite, th night
M, and devoted to father, mothtr and rhild
fthrHius in k wns oil n hi Mr
Make Isfd Inugtit bun, ind hi Inlh m in
icf psrfrll. His mime pus ivm w m ! rful
W (rrhy gfbtet, his truss df.wl. hi, Ilut
Iht rerotd of Ills culinur) prowiss is wrntrn
Inthegmttftl metrwles of half ol Honolulu
lie vvrtt prnrht of his fame, and grateful to
bar vvlrose pattern tuition had mnde It P"ihte
Tly tl gtatilSite in rhinamen Jin ib. n
quality. I'ttliaps it k Hut A pan u n It isi
wastefal i the fell. His ,r f ,r " Maim
MakH " mm more than loving gratitude. It
was akin la the feeling of the devotee h-t his
Wot, nf the Momanbt fur his Madonna, of the
artist for lit Meal, of the poet for poesy,
When Captain Makee died, eld Apak sor
rowed. Vet his gt lef was like lhat of most of
. poor fleshly humans, and he bowed to the
inevitable. Ilut when the ncwa of the death
of "Mama" reached Iloae l(an.h n.h ,JJ
.vpatou ten Into a dejected state from wMilirii
never recovered. "Old Apaiou
pau " he vvthtM say when questioned alsmt
health, lie refused remedies, and ate boll
Ilttlej ) he lingered-waiting fnr one (inn I
lmpntng. At last it came. I he mourners
retrtrncd with the lifeless form of the good
wonwtn who had lieen "mama" tonllthe vicl
tisge. 1 hey were to pa) the ktst sad Irllnile lo
htr mortal slate nt noon on ihe tin) of their
ntrivnl s and when Old Apaiou heanl It he
said " I will die then, too." The membera of
the family gathered around his IieiWde. The)
iricd tn cheer him, promising medicine and
careful nursing mid a thousand kind attentions.
"No, no," he said, "I Imva lived long
enough. Minn has gone. 1 don't want to
live ail) longer." It was not unktmlness, nor
lack of appreciation of the Mildnesses they
had done him, nor )cl hck of faith in an) of
all their promises. Ilut the liest light hid
gone out of his life with her who hut made
thatlilc smooth and pleasant ami profitable ami
useful so mm), nun) )cnrs.
At least one strong nun, with all the vigor
ind dash of iccMcsa and exuberant )outh,
turned awn) from tint strange deith bed, and
blubbered tike a hchoot bo).
And mi, at the hour when nil tint was mortal
of Catherine Makee wns hid beside her hits
liand under Ihe shidoHS of MiusoleurA' Hill,
old AKttou pissed over lo the nnjorit), with
a glad smile on his wan lips and thepcace of
nodwhich pisstlh all human understanding
Hooding his pigin soul with the light of a
Cindhldlrx lr lilnlittlne llnnorr.
The" Uitettc Ins conpiled the following
list, tlovernmcnt candidates are mirkcd ((!.)
Honolulu J. I.. Kiulttkou, l:. U. I.ilika
lanl, John 1". Hiker, Hon. J. Keau 0,) J. O.
Carter, J. U. Kawainui, A. 1'. Kalankoi,lA. K.
I'-wa'and W.mavadJ. P. Kmm, (G.) l.
WAiAtVA Jesse "iXmara, ff. ICiakua, (G.)
J. X. Kalaikawalia, (I.) . -
KooLAUtOA J, Kanui, J Kaluhl, (G.) J.
M. Kanahikaua, J. L. Nalhi, Cecil llroivn (I.)
Koolauioiw Aut Kaulia, G. 11. Kalaau
kane, S. M. Kaaukai. (G.) G. Harenalw, J.
K. Kauhko, (I.)
LXllUKA L Aholo, . Kamiioplll, Kia
Nnhaoleltii, (G.) J. W. Kalua, (I.)
K.ANAri.l J. A. Kaukati, J. H. Nahaku
John Uichaidson, (G,).
Waii OKU J. Nakoukoo, Kealoha, Geo. L
Richardson, W. If. Keatm, (G. ) W. S. Maulc,
T. 11. Cummincs. W. O. Smith. 1.. W.
Ktiiralii, J. Ilaqle, M. It. Makakoi, (I.)
MaKawvo K. Helckunlhi, C. K. K'pulc,
(G.) J. Kamakelc, J. Kalama, (I.)
HakaS. W. Kaai, J. Gardner, C. H.
Kalani, (G.) J. R. llanunu, W. II. Hal
Moloka: amiI.xi S. II. Kuplhca, J.
XnkaUka, U. Jones, S. Kihoahalalnla, A.
K. Taki, S. K. Keau coin, A. Kuka Mana,
(G.) J. Lukam, J. W. M. I'oohca, S. I'aulo,
n. Kalauokalani, S. Kane, (I.)
lltLO I). IJ. Wahinc, T. Akim, (G.) I),
II. Hitchcock, lion. J. Jv'avvahl, i:. 1'.
IIasiakua linn. J. K. Kaunamano, J.
Wclcvvelo, W A. Silo, (G.) Crias. Williams,
K01iAi.A-r.Wni1.11u White, G. 1'. Kamiu
oha, J. Kekipi, V. S. lloukano, 2. Kalai,
(G.) J, W. Mmnaull, '.. Kmualai, (',.
Nointi Kosa J, G. IIo,i.ill, J, W. Kc-liiko-1,
J. IVilapala, (G.) Hon. G. W. PUipo,
South Kona lion. I). II, Nahtnu, C.
W. I'. Kan., I'. S. Kciki, (G.) S. Kaeo. (I.)
KaU J. NV Kapahu, (G.) Hon. J. 'Knu
ru.NA i:. Kekon, J. Kumahoa, ((,) Hon.
J. SI, Kauwila, (I.)
LlllPK AMI KotOA 'I.
S. II, Dole, (I.)
W'AIMKA AMI N'llllAU
(G.) W. I'.. Uoivell, (I.)
Hon,' J. Kauai,
IlANALit Hon. G. II, l'aloh.111, (G.)
W, II. Kaupcna, (I.)
llir (Hlier aiiiide,
.Maul rcjoiccth in copious rains.
Kilo district says It needs ni9re bridges.
The comet of 1812 is quite plainly seen a(
IhcWalmea (Kauai) bridge U said still to
lack its approaches.
On the salh ulllmo, Ullo vtoto "HIIo's
having one of itsold-fasliioncil rainfalls again.
Kahanaumilkal, suppiscil lo lie the oldest
native nn the island, died In Ililo on Ihe I Sill
A submarine eruption ii reported some
twenty miles off Apua l'uint, Hawaii. This
erupliun was followed by a violent hurricane.
"If the ' afttr-gluw ' Is as beiutiful to look
nt at oilur placet at it it at Ililo everyone
who sees ft caijoyt a tare treat," writes , cor
lespondcnt. I nmi Iwn I juivI ctuuts tbli mJ oUim
' .fcl,''sril 1 1 U tf pUf 4 sauu
Are Wi.lsjl u hi mvs llw luti.
Or hsswe's " sln " BI U litlr " ttnt.'
Tlicre vvtrc three earthquakes felt at
Walrnei, llawsil-tme Saturday, Januar) Jjth,
to A. m.j again Tuesday iind, itey a.m.j
ugajn Wediicsdj) jrd, at 2itD A.M.J snd a
very heavy rain and freshet On Wednesday
A I.aluina toi7evnitulert wrltfsi "Ihrr
wife tbres cases of lirpior received herein J,
C Klikwooil's iume. lie doesn't know from
vthe;e II caiiie. lie Ihinkt fiom Honolulu,
butwhen F. II. Ilalrselden (Kikaha) arilvcd
the cam of li'iuor utru his. 1 hevo cairS of
llquoi are for h tfeket t( KU Nah,!eliM, I
Usmaiop .J sad Vli4!o.
HoNOI LI, FcrrtiiBtr ff lM
' - -nr ktntms hums rvpMi Hits w a (sit
1 . i I It ethers has as ytt tsparfaiccd ii4
i- " m ii. i tttargie !, Il Is iitsMr nt.
1 i i u i i I I i njnsl yi of lltimil nrthmstr
I T, t it inf Is stvVctlng tmsnwss snd
I I "i i i r 1 . slikr- tl mh this h rnflimwol
iy tli- i i tm,,i driiiiw in Hir prlis of our maafs
snr ml nn I lh nn rrtninl) nf nitr tirnty rwosmels SI
wsshinai m, wr ura flrtl pnMnwl l.i pnsiiirett Wal,
i ! Willi I, tsntral Itwi mnrh dtrsrmls itswi It,
s ' ri i i i , u " iMs sl. Mssar-i
W -l s, i . imi-il I tii c.lsths t srHaNIt U I,
ti ( it -i .i-i h, l,i-n ii i I 1 1 las bmt thmurti iht
i - t n ot ili ii iirm ty I nisCa fhis ha-,
' uti .i n nih,n,- 1 1 ih per i let osT itwarHiot
vn M v vv -i nvnuDr llsfsii'.ln
letvil Mr VV I- flu, hmat n intprrst cuminttss.
le., IUn.1 n, Smith, A I is hwe parrtMseJ ike
i.iv oi ir vms a, ksn ii ths ims sdjoinittc irtem,
sit willesiinl thslr tmmlxs "rvnltnlir. .Mr. Re
. in in i n Pon iti! lo ihs h iiMing Istsly ee-
u m il 1 1 I IVsiton t i , rw iti mm moving rswk lo
K a) iinn ii .trfttt, ljun wtvli, too Isle for use by
ii i lit i, I joining in ftultHTshln Intrrssis of
Mr. II lirnlun, riKrchsirt rallor, of iMscltjr, son
Mr V. O. i i ,i r ioriurt of almii the mr Arm
propiws k) iM tun. furnUhlnt enod, to llrlr 11m.
Real sstsis Mill ivhtims n4s itxi atitnitou nf laivslnrs.
Ilw Mk of tho llrsMi i.ninis,, opnosltr Con ulrsvi
rhareti, curosT Pun anil Pucisnla Mrvrts to Mr. K
Msiitn Is rspuned, niid Mr J nl Oat, Jr. secure a flir
lh lens at n sHvnnce I renul
hitvlnnint(e-shMi iot tivsannrmshtnailiisustk
In Import thi M lie Isle brlnjrs a small rants of cost.
uuiil the 7eihitau a lihl nss jrtmenl of nvirctisnillae.
ies)Kitis ihe cvral ssllina vessel, have rnkert llefit
:his, amouiilinii rearther in vsltt to $,s 7tss
cam of ihs MDtl0U, ulikh utlail yastsraay,
'jH valued nt ftfNRifo ma sstitch was nvtr i,soo
tons of sugar
llnHtiluhl VorA- fimf Itntnl Xrrnliiir
Session, VVsilnssiUri jsniivry so, issi.
Hniku naar Co
Kohala Suasr to ,
Ihs Pilncavilli I'tanWiion Co
Ths U j lliiV.ii Hugar Co , . . . .
rim I lawanati Asrkutl ural Co
Malioe Sugar Co . . . .
W'sunanalo Hugnr to .,
Itonotuui SiuTAr to , $rs persli pit. up
llie Kftlos 9uKsr Co
0 ikali Sngur Co . . .-
Wslhee Sugar Co . .....
Kltsnw tnurir On. .. , ...
Grove Kanch rianiadvi Co
10 . ..
ttxw , .
500 . .
Ifl , .
Ino . ,
Unkm Still Co., S750 pr state piij up
wiomiui io. , ,,
Star Mill Co . ..
Uut Maui I'ImiuiIoii Co
0 wmsa Hunar Co . . (
t'nuluM StitarCo. . . . ,
Rtelpieeltv Snaax Co
lauioshoctvoc s,itgsr Co
U'aUtahu Sugnr Co . ...
ttaUwaHuear Co. . . . .,
1 lonomanu SoRar Co . . ...
Pali Plantation C
lae tfnwallan ItailnaU Co
kohuloi KnilroAd Co
Hawaiian Itell Tetephono Co
fTasnliaii ltleplion Co., (Maul)
Ksual T1ephonie Co
illlo ft Ifswail rdeplione rt lei Co...
Ml RLIANSOUS STOCKS VNI) ROVOS.
Ihe ttonoluli Iron Works Co
C Hrower A Company. (Mercantile)..
Intenslanil btnani Navigatioii Co,
Ul .Mul .Stock Co (Ranch)
U.0 Hall ft Sen. (Limited) . .
twelve 1 mt cent. ItonUs. ,
Nine per cent I!aiuu.iii uonils
Kveooorcenl Hawaiian bon-l, ,,
Sw percent free from (ov'l lax
Onomen Stlffar Co. Itomls 9 per cent. ..
Haw'n Agrfcl Co. Itouds, 7 tr cent,, ,,
II. KthVlRNSCUsTtbEt:. Secrelarv.
IWIe Isle, lint liV, frnm Jfsnaislls, NSW, m
Mib ifOiva ................- ... . Inn.
-sine HAkecj m, iveeman irum Kausl.,
..IMMII. ,111, rWHIJl, IIU1II 11117. .........
1 suum son, tamcrom, Hrom Ksual. . . .
Mtu-ion, sch, from Kukuina .
LstiUA, stni, Irenxin, from HatiA oilJ Molokjt
llatrilsla, icn, Crine, from Pepeckeo...
Zealnnti, 1 sins, VA eliLer, from ban Francisco
Nettie Mmtiil, scti, llrom-nell, from Lah.ilna...
Oen. Sieg.l, lIi, fevir Koolau
kekaclu-ln, sdi, ,'Mr.i llanalel
rtantsr. suit, ll-ile, (ram Kon&, Knu and
C It. Bishop, Itin, Vavh, from Hamakua ....
Kasratuuil, sch, from K.wlua
ivsimalu, ten, Irom Kokm
Likelike, stm, from flllo anauiy purls
MokoliT, Sim, McOrecor, from Uoolau.
Cilentii, sch, from tlantlei
ZchIjihIui, I'USs WvMcr, for byJuey .
iMlfluea IIou. Btm. Scars, fjf ICaLului .
raiiukai. km lor wainiua "
Ka M01, vch, for Lausahoehoe , M
t Malum, sun, Cameron, for Katiai . "
Kiruu, ittn.Kinf, tor f lib ail way pons. '
LthuA, ftttn, Ixwemen, for MoluUafuntl II am , "
Mokulii. smi, McGrosfor. for Kool.iu... .. '
Waileic, c, for MahLo , M
Jrvne A I jllunburg, Am Iktne, Ooodman, for
San Francisco ...... "
Kfttatilnohi, h. for Karatft . ...... . "
UalshLab, mIi, for Pepcstteo , . . '
N me Merrill, wh, nrowncll. fur laha!n i "
IlaKiriJ, I lu bjnu, fjr Jattiit ... , '
Heperuti, Ac. blnc, Winding, for San Iran
S,IJ , .,.. u
Alameda, Am urn, Mnrsc, for San Frinclsco, Feb
Planter, Moi, JUtef, for MaaUa, Kom, and
Kau . . . "
C, 11. Iltaliap. tm. UavU. for Ifamikua "
Jarne Makcc.um, Camtton, fur Iwtul. .. '
Merchant Vessels Nov? In Port.
ARFftYfiTumi Cmtih, Han-U ... .lint. j.hlu,
Ukuk Ur u. . . ..lint. bk.
Idlani, (Jarrelss, Ha, bk.
Ka lau aim, Miller Haw, Ik.
Jsaik, Ruthfutsf Ma, bk
Kitsai, KoImMon....... An bktne
KukiTAT, Outer Anu Lktne.
S.'.wtan OomIoy Am, k.
V. J, IxvsiN turner . . ..Am. bjitiej,
UAftnovNitc Ilelicbraml. .11. I, K. M S.
Vessels Expected Irom Foreign Port!
lksro.Ain.bk. Ckyuon Uamow
l)i itottrUd ltrcvcr & Lo.. accnu.
HktKiiitr, CytrtU hriCA ...Ilollman
lnstnQw alttflAcLfeM & Co., ajcnli.
I)iyAbrU 1-5 O W MacfirUiir & Ca, Meni.
IlOiiioi.uT, Am. tern D, S. UiLuams
IJMvS Jan kw-sj.
I.OBffltHjt lint b CsUtN (JRANT . .
lo lull caJ of ltc.
San 1'kakcim.o, s .Marikisa.. .lIov.aid
Jinn reb. 8 W G Irwin te Co., ascnts.
"Siw VtiKK, Ant Lk. sBatK CAsiVHH, ....IVndcltJti
Due. Atsril 3va La&ll & look. aircnti.
Sn Trans into, Am, k'i. A ma McCulUxh
Irfaaiiiig Jati. 15 W. 0. Itwli StCo , aienta
San FiM'.ctsoi, Am bk, CaiuIsiicn., ..UubbarU
lMJm4 Jftt. 13, jl (UvTl'vUl A U)., agents.
SM PnAhCiaco. Am M-h. Vl.M' brum. km.. Drew
Tor Kabul hi. Due nuw.
Prpru I.aujl, tcr Janu Make, January a&-Dr
Saxe, II ltom n4 Mife.
Protn KaliuWl, per Uilauea IIou, Jnu4ry afr Kaiy
Kobrvn. Dr Laiw and finiily, W Alurton, W Vnnr.
s lariciibcrs. I Kotcrtst. II raUwm. Mlt kit ion.
J M AlexanJer, J It P4IV
rrwa fvauai pr iwauit. January arv. u iircuc,
."VI rati 11 itowiii, ,vj irvutc.
lOnutatraA t-anru. MnwH till tea Urochni
it lMl'visii sr s iiwn'si(jrsnawvei, owi'sj
rVom Maul and flawai., mr PUrucr, jamury 99
W II Ilallr. CUilcy.CMtintfcke. Mnl'Ut anJ
is tr II ... .1.1- V !,.,. IL'I.L ..-. I Uu
cW.1. I. V lull"-, J t Acktrnutiu
t-rom M rianvi
VV 1 MisiW,
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wtft und dviity. Mr H WdJr, Mr K C MiUaiUw,
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" ComnilMlnti6f Crown taisla, etc.
" InirrMi on lin from Commit
.ioncr. nrCr.su IaikIs ,,,.
IVnnsti! t Settlements
Supreme Court , . .
Kin uiee Ofliee 1 . .
Attorney General. Depart.
ltoantof lluCAllon ,..,
llilinreln Irei'itr), Ilet ji, tN., ,',,,, $i.j.ir(6
Newhileer IIaIT itullnrs , f , 30,1100,01,
). M, hAtr.nn,
A rcjKirt of sslilcli this Is n translation y
icarcil recently In tlie KIcle. One cannot
help vvunilcriiii wlictlicr the Rovcrnrncnt was
afraid to put it In plain KnIisli. The- amounts
cspemlcil In the vatlnut ilepirtnicnls may, of
course, he segrcijaud b e-xpcru In anv Invea
tiUitinR committee which liny he appolnttil hy
1 he Kiuaii was uiuhlc to take freight nt
Ililo ilurini her trip of last wecl:. tier
pisvenpers w'cre nl.cn up nt Walahca.
The full staff of the new hinlc have not e(
l.rap riiri' lUtfjurtlr.
The cilitor r f the Sacramento Record
Union, Inving received numerous letters of
impiiry concerning the rules of etiquette
governing leap jear parties, referred the letters
to one of the local staff Ihe only tintnimeil
man alicut the premises. That gentleman
has evolved the following rules, printed here
with, pio bono publico
l'vcry lady ii expected to act like a perfect
I-adics will take gentlemen to and from the
tullroom In carriages.
No gentleman will dance unless nsked by a
No gentleman will walk across the floor
unless leanini? upon the arm of a ladv.
Any lady insulting a gentleman will be put
out of the hill nt once, and all gentlemen will
DC protcctcil Irom rtttlencss while in the hill,
ngardless of expense.
Omtlemen will dance en "he riphl side of
lailies, as a matter of course.
Any gentlemanly b-lnvlor on the put nf a
lady will be promptly checked by the floor
committee, who sliall Inve intimidating
Any gcntlcmm showing a lady attention
will be warned once and put out twice.
The orchestra villi be composed exclusively
01 lauy musicians.
Any gentleman asked by n lady to dance
can excuse tumselt ly libtung about his en
caccmcnls if he chooses, and all will he well,
If a gentlemin is not invited to go to supper
uy a iiuy, nc is not to cat until a Democrat is
clecteil President of tlie United States, then he
will never e-at again.
II t( mn' ill) loin.
Play tonic affection going out between the
acts at the theatre. .1iAVr A'tivi.
llottling companies could not live if there
were not so man) unbottling companies.
A'ra' Orltani rita.) line.
Very few women are emplovcd on the Lon
don ncwspipeSnBP his is one of the neatest
compliments the women have ever received,
"HutSylvii," said llattic, " if jou climb
the fence, Mr. Tawmu-. who is over iherc, will
sec vnur stockings." And Sylvia replied; " I
thought of tint." Boston Post.
"The II istory of I) jinoency " has Just b;cn
.1 ahnll.KilTTslk.l.- L. ..
ichM.. fSsw.nf..). , a 1
issued by. G. P. Putnam wns. Its author,
Mr, Jonathan Norcross, has done a good deal
of interesting political writing for New York
Young ladies in Iloston no longer wear cje
glasses. The prevailing nude style in arl
compels them to look at matters with the
naked eve. Hut it seems very shocking.
Sullivan, the pugilist, wants lo wager $1000
that he can knock down an ox with his bare
lil. 11 '111 1 Ma) be he could do it. What
we want Is to sec lilm try hit fist in rciivllng
Ihe approach of a goat. Boston Post,
An exchange says that man Is very much
like an egg. Yes, poor man, he curries his
)olk around with him, and has lo shell out
every time his housekeeper gives him a rap on
Ihe head. .
"Doesjour sister Annie ever say an) Ming
about nic, sissy?" asked an anxious lover of a
little girl. " Yes," was the reply. "She said
if ou had rockers on our shoes the) M nuke
such nleu cradles for my doll."
Iter lips i era so near
1 hai wDat elril col. I J I do I
VuullUaniy, I f,ar,
Hut tier Up. war, o Men
Will, I caii'i luks it clear,
Or espUln ll to yim,
IlutUt lips were so Dear
Trui wrui cits could I Jol
" What iMMutlful teeth Mn. Robinson has,"
(.mirkcd Mn. Smith hi presence of her niece,
i child of five )ewi. "Oil I " cried the child,
"they're not half so beautiful as youti, auntlei
jours have got gold nil around them."
Richard Crsnl White, whose former edition
of Shakespeare, brought out soroe'fifleen tais
go, gained recognition ai 0110 uT the must
scholarly of iccenerjitloiis, hat compUlely
revised his former labors, and nude his work
an entirely nw edition, recently (slued In
umptuom fotni by Houghton, Mifilm 4 Co.,
llotton, and known as " Tha Rivrrslde Shakes.
Fw It's very cold
1 U tisa.t( viuder our windei!
Oh tli. wind dvlb lliw.
And ia itrifiln koosi,
1 sa vInjUu lo visa Ueliods.
Ilut I gieAilyfear 4
llal yAsl do noc liear, v
And 1 -Ui itsu t kuew Iks rwsoo.
Ums my K'ke wew un
Aud sw I U ero4b( U auon
Bm I tt stw IiomU
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Aud I wkjki m esl swaais Net.!
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SATUnDAY. l'URUARY Unit
AT 10 Sill.
rir mirt, IlrttlkH ri tt
IX til Ml, s , .
tT"i us, ulnars, r
Bjt.imaiiist, irsts, rtt
Sasks llijiwn Snnr
(tl ln ait Hunt
'OKE AT AUCTION.
This DnyMintunUyroliriiBry 2nd,
MM l sjld for ststunt of hom ll
.0 TONS COKP,
more or 'est ilimag;e! on voyiRe of tmponattnn
from I tverpool,
I.' Hilp "Alryilli Caille."
"-piIK HAWAIIAN BARK
11 . II . T. tou,( .H
II llh it CitrttnUif .VrTr llooilt
, , , . I'. HACKKKLDA CO.
Honolulu, January r, t83i.
'75- ,.jy .
- 1 OVI'S and J
MlrrS, all of Ihe lateal styles snd
VJ pa items, vu will be niirn 10 find al A. VI
o 1 e 1.1. i-s , 401 r on
on itrcei .it
lUnSCKltintS lo fenoJIcals contemplnlnf; any
change In their Inn for the cotninKvear nie n(tt
fully requested to retort the samo, .1 Ihelr (allies! ri ll
veivieiice, lo avoid unnecessary rxlieme with explrmi;
suhtcnptbiis, or itctajt whh new one.
TIIOS. II Tllllt'M,
D KMOVAL NOTICE.
I IIOS C, r -MIUM has re-ests'ilirheJ h.s MFR.
CI'A.I StKBLI M'AllOsiKKT AN NI.W.S
AR1.NCY in the CWti'lir.l.I, tl .oK
Kesi raironeail Si iscri'ieM will nleiie i ,
TlIIS I'Ol'UI.XK 15l.VlJF.KV, .v. I
107, Kort Struct, will be nblc in iu i
tied uartots odocvcninorcsntisfactury
vvorl: than that whlclubs" caiiicd it such
liberal patronage and such willing
prcciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Anvniuisia No Specialities,
but is able to do all sjrts, sizes,
and conditions of Book binding,
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper cutting
as well as in San Francisco, .itnl .it
At This Complbit. Uimmky
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taite and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
Ail Descriptions of UlvvKi-
Books are made to order at as id,
rates as are consistent with first-cla
work. The Bindery is now usinj
Weston's "Record" and "Ledger',
paper for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock V
has just been received from New York.
The Machinery Usi.ii is all of
improved pattern. The " ruling ma
chine," with its new patent " striker,"
is equal to any in use in cither the
United States or the Colonics, and its
recent work speaks for itself, being,
also, complimentary to the workman
who runs the machine. The other
machines used in the Bindery are for
cutting pape rapidly, for paging and
numbering, for perforating, lor card
and pasteboard cutting, and for press
ing. OKnuKs I.r.n' at tiik Merchant
Siur.iVr Sioki: will have Pkompt
r. u, rmiuM.
An siejliivjkr ,1. .1
' a.14 niui.'jui;!1!
1'lejnred only ty
IMtiifDIt, Hmilh, X Co.,
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n.SVllI.-invv 1'HUH iiaivnvn nrv rs-
I'M "js4 i-11? ' serjrt l ilw CAIIIHELL
U1AV.PS ana 14 prejMle4 lo Atwtsl w SU will 11 with
l"er jslUilw tUn hfrSfm, iVvusU lis las.
pru.ed faetllltei Jul siianl sswai,
14 Old. f "
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