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Ali acrount it l.tst W etliwstlnjp's
i'lWhi J prints rl in lis Im l colwwnd
- faithful ufttntv .if lht dUy, as ii !
l"Wrt! in one man It lm "f inur,
HWrtWpMe, (rot is siirtWtJiil, tttmiiiv
hcttsivt in twm il Hiufcl of rv..sttMli!
tifrtfUWW. aasTteinc, iw ft with the
snitsMntlnl farm iw the nmiiints ni
tAhm. In tlh home, nlnt. is an nnnly
sriof the Honolulu vste, ami n rom
i-AtrWii with ilie figutcs of lint scur,
we nrrtl not repeat tm rtgutea licltc
-csreju K mention again thai Mr. J.
O. ('tout's vote is InrRcr this year tlmn
it seas, to vtWrS .iRti, lv neatly rise,
lntnrftpiL Mi. Caller's on ill in the
two mjs tc"ptescnts faul) the gain Iifl
tho liulft'Vtmtleitt vote for Mr t alter
idcilgtil himself to Klflml or fall with the
tickets ami there wis only n difference
of thirty eight between his Mite ami the
lowest obtained liv any of his three
AssHvrititcs, It is idle now to go into
the question of the fitness or the unfit
nets of Mr. Cotter's co ennilulatcs.
They stnntl togctlici, fought together
and were licnten together. For Ihc
surcess or the fniliue of the lielct as n
-whole the business interests of lloun
Itilrhrrtrril. very little. As a class, the
men of Honolulu are not profouniilv
interested in national inilitics. " They
ought to lie?" Yes, but the fact re
mains that they arc not. They were,
however, .stiflicienlly interested in the
election of Mr. Carter to try and have
him returned. The result is not what
it might liae been, but it marks . be
ginning. Let us hope that the end of
thcrUegmning may bear fruit two years
Mr. J. O. Carter's name at the head
of the ticket on which it appcarul was
a dual compliment to two nationalities
and in two races. .Mr. Carter is
while, yes: but by birth anil residence
anil training he is a Hawaiian in the
gcnuinclv national sense of the word.
lie is a while Hawaiian, yes ; but he i
Hawaiian none ihe lev,, .in. I his sym
talhics, incfcrrm s, ampliation and
energies have all been enlisted bcie .
and for Hawaiian natirnality in its
brondi-t sense?; Mr. (.artcr has writti.ii
and spoken and worked as few other
Hawaiian now living hac done. Yet
Mr. Carter was defeated - chiefly by
native votes. Why ? One potent f.'ctor
in Mr. Carter's defeat wfls the ier.on.tl
anttigomsin of Mr. CnVon. If there
had reen a grain of sincerity in Mr.
Gibson's profewiiiins of a desire to fare
a full and impiitti.il examination of his
alministratiou stewardship ho would
have lutycd to elect Mr. Carter the
man Of all men to whom the honest
supporters of the administration and
lite honest exponents of the admini.s
-tratrnii loole-d to ft, jnlvlhgent, im
partial and searching investigation.
Tncrfc is no honest Independent who
would not promptly acknowledge the
truth of either exoneration or condemn
ation, which might lullow an investi
gation conducted by J. O. Cotter.
Theie is no reputable defender of the
administration who could fairlv object
to Mr. Carter as an investigator. If
Mr. Gibson had nothing to cover, he
would hae secured enough votes to
elect the man who, of all Hawaiians,
rould most clearly hae indicated him
fiom the charges that hae been so
fieely, so fully, so fearlessly made. He
did his best to defeat him, and suc
ceeded. The inferenre goes without
Hut to rctum to the Honolulu mcr
clianis. It is difficult to write about
the conduct ol Mr. Carter's friends.
"1'olicy" forbid a full expression of
the thought inseparable from a dispas
sionate tonsideration. Yet truth de
mands what olicy denies, and the truth
is that Mr. Carter's election ''went by
default." His nomination was a case
of the office seeking the man. He did
not want the nomination He par
ticularly did not want the expense, the
worry and the exiicndiiurc of time
which are always jart and urcel of a
icrsonal political tight. He could not
n fiord i 10 give much money or much
time cr much effort to the heavily
handicapped struck for a thankless
office (Why should any candidate be
" expected to spend his own money to
ffceure an election to the legislature ?)
All bis effort, all his thought, all his
strength of Ixidy and of will, are needed
attr election, "j he merchant class
and the Independent paity said to the
lndeK.ndent leader, in effect: "Mr.
Carter, you are the only man who can
carry Honolulu." And jet they did
npt ?maLe his fight" and for their
NehcttJUunoIulu must stand, cap in
b ""d, before thi im tuning legwljturc,
ki'n no pJoruiiii.ru mutest dirct tiy
n i. m ntcd-ciM-il the m uidustiy.
in Uu Cixjn, o! Mr. Keau.
It is unnecessary to ascribe the
f mure in duty Of iho influential white
1 .1 1... nt of I Itinohilu to mere, .selfish-ta-
1 In many individual cases that
v is uiidi utitedly the compiling cause,
I 1 1 in a Uigc majority of casus that
fti'tiu in duty was the result ol politi
t.,l ii,cicneot-. In really n5ireen-
utivi pohti'i. the mmmumtv is not up
lu the tunc. Money "wa Usui on the
oibii uk.-uM;a lavtilil). It wa a
rii, ui conjsbtkiuit that money would
I- -i uiw.il. .Money was mxilcd to
I ,uir,nt 11 liithiouii' -not a little
,l. but 4 great deal. 'Hie Itfjtili
II i'i iM.!il,imi-nt of monev in cl-
1 ni. uiv (Aialtlfrom the inachinury
.1 1 ..). in ,Juie. iiieas do nut twit)
t'. i'm.cl Display, notve, uiusu,
tUlmMtm, M.ns4liou, da lu-raiiun
and reu8rtn of a few telling fa'.
lib ik-nmu i.itiou of filly, tnliiule,
iiony, invective tliat U atwayt truthfu
and neve? unjunt in its ctitltiMii or
ungenerous in its deimiKiatiou ; ull
ihU T iair in politic. And the tight
cniployment of these legititiutu wcaHn
of honorable political waifaro deunmU
uiiflicy ,rIou- of It r "I'roui whom
ought this money to come?" The
npt of it from the chvs mott benefited
by good government or, at Icut, most
injured by ld goveriiiiient the mer
chant class. (It is Honolulu that U
meant in wtiting this, of course, (or
outside the metroM)liv other and more
Ii'iuicilbte interests aiHal to voters
jiieiii iiieiusJim uuiiuta uugni iu nave
Im rn sulw nU d I" s. run the elet titm
of J. O. (utter 'Hip mrnltnnlii l .
Ilnnoliilii touhl Iwvr sxin;d llitll mini
in iwiirr the Imtin of ftiti lllf em tv re
wniRtinn. Tiny may hav to jay that
um in im tenwl t.atlm befnie the
fltit not nlone in miImn tilling to
cfflfltoLjUidi Imvc th white nt
iinnwutirlln nerhYt. liiey rwr
Hltpil tn Wm ihrmwljs of the opmr
UinlHfrt of riUrrwhli, or to wnume the
fil inoiMircof dutv rimI rmimiMihilltr
whith UkmM to every rwMetU of
ii-rylnd. In article VIII. Sminn
l.jo of the Hawaiian Civil Code
the fairtt for the iMth nf ultegi
anrc rfteiren n folio: "'I he
mult reigned, anatie of , lately
nhng in - -, k'lng duly nworn,
upon nit ttlt, ilctlnren that he will
MipKift tVe constitnlltin nnd lnw of
ihc llAwaihit Nlnnds, mid bear true
a!leg1anc tf) bin innii'ity, thr
king." In Section .j nf tho same or
tli Ic orrun the following language
" liciy fuirignrr so naturnlired xhnll
lie deemeil to all mti-nt and purnosesl
a n.ittvr of the Hawaiian Inlands, Im
tlinnuilil milt in I It In it's nf Itils Li ml i
" - " ' "carelessness neioii' man, -
noin, ami in hil auinoiiiy nnu rnniroi
thereof, he entitled to the protection
of said laws, and b no longer amen
able to his naliie sovereign, while re-
siding in this kingdom V
W'Affr ittt'tfiitg in tm kingdom." This
dearly mean, if it means anything,
that one tines nnt lose his 1 itireuship
f his Mrcnt rountry by taking on
iticuship here. Hut even if men
do lose their home cititnship and
must be uaturajircd again in order to
regain it, the claims of this country are
Let us consider the case of those
men limits to whom the teal gooil of
the rottntty makes no strong appeal.
ICnlightcncd self-inteiest must teach
them that, in the long run, honesty
docs pay among merchants, law
inakets, and the eveeutors of law. En
lightened self-interest advised eery
man in Honolulu to vote for J. O.
Carter, jet he lost several hundred
votes because merchants, clerks and
aitisaus who, might have voted, if "en
lightened self interest" had been con
sulted, wot not ttiitiuvlited. If all the
naturalized whites in town had voted
for Mr. Caitcr he would still have
lacked a majority. If all. the whites
entitled to citizenship bad voted for
htm he would have either been elected
nr so nearly elected, that the moral
viitnt) would have carried consterna
tion into the ranks of wrong-doing in
every creviie of the kingdom. " Hut
is not that preaching ' race prejudice. ' "
N'o ! It is preaching self-preservation.
Thire are, in Honolulu, a handful of
wealthy merchants, a double handful of
wUI-to-do middle men and retailers,
and a number of men in various de
partments of wholesale and retail trade
who are struggling hard for a living.
Many of these men are Hawaiians by
adoption. A' few are here "to make a
stake and go home to enjoy it." These
men need to be fully and fairly re
presented in any body, that shall make
laws for their governance and for the
control of their property. In the nature
of things some one of their owq race
at least of their own class ought to
be sent to icprescnt tlyjin. Docs any
sensible wbiti- man 'hclfere that the
candidates elect for IlAiiohilu are
itiible of understanding the mer
cantile, the sanitary, the muuiciial
needs of Honolulu?
Mr. Gibson is more responsible than
any living white man for the existing
tieling against Ins own race. lie has
fostered that feeling since he has had
any real power to do it. The papers
he has controlled, in both I'-nglish and
Hawaiian, have done their best to fan
that feeling into flame. It is a splendid
tribute to the spontaneous good feeling
of the Hawaiian race that Mr. Gibson's
subtle venoniv rtas not poisoned the
native mind more fatally than it already
has. "Hawaii for the Hawaiians"
would have been a noble cry fron
noble lips. It would have meant
enlightenment. Front the lips of Mr.
Gibson it has meant freedom -to drink
as the haotc drinks; liberty to get
drunlc as the haole does; emancipation
from the restraints that good liaolcs
preach and bad haoles neglect to prac
tice. Has it meant anything else?
Mr. Gibson has been careful to except
from the penalties of the antipathy he
nas so studiously engendered a few
superserviceahle persons of whom he
has been the acknowledged leader.
Outside of the serene elect, the
anathema of this most uncalled-for
movement falls with impartial vigor.
" tiaoici naoic! liaoler l lie words
have ceased to have a merely distinc
tive meaning. lhey have become
words of reproach. They are equiva
lent to the Turko-Knglish phrase: " Dog
of a Frank."
"And the cure for this jaundiced
condition of things?" Tact, pttience,
niuney, more genuine human sympathy
)'urtuu.iiely, the nice antipathy is not
yet so strong as .Mr. Gibson and the
extrimiiits among his followers v.ould
hue to ice it. The friendship existing
between whites and Hawaiians in
Honolulu is, in uumbeiless instances,
a credit to each race. There are gen
tlemen in thb city who have labored
among their Hawaiian countrymen
"without money and without price,"
and with no asiirance,af gain- lor the
nast thirty jejus. Some of these men
have been misvion.iries : some have not.
It i unju&t, ungenerous, unmanly to
sneer at their labors. Finite wiuloiu
has seldom fitted man to tench hii
fellow-4 wisely. Finite wisdom has
liccn responsible foT"nuuiberles mi
take- in the methods of religious and
buniiKvi dealings between wnite- and
Hawaiians nT'tlie past, It i r.ght to
Hiitu out error of method, to suggest
new iiica.vuto. to shiny ly pmctit al
lilustratiims a uiK.riwi'systein, Hut to
.ittc.iipt the u-gene-rjtlun75rmfr.icu by a
rcMiit to race prejudice, by the dc
ituetivjn of lifelong trust and nt the
IK.nl of a nation's tierpeluily, is worse
than infamous it U dcvJIUn. Hut all
this Mr. Gibson is doing -or he is the
worst lied about mati alive - and some
thing ought to be dune to check it 'Ilie
V first liest " thing i 10 organize or the
protection of ui) Houolulan interest
that is better dian sectional or tran
sient ; to. organise for (nn and courteous
i'ouside'ration of all important public
questions local, national ami inter
national j to organize for the promotion
of .better (ceJiiiiJ, a ltettcr understanding
ami mere (mwhic toleration oetween
) the Mecs, lK"n."-n s,Ja'-eis Ixtweyii.
man auu man.
II I si: l w or li rim im;
"Strip fur the fight of 18KO
tlngiin for Indt jirfiilriits
riurt in no lurd of ' singing low."
I here is no use of "1 rying mrr pilled
1111IK." It is bflbhh in "rail n.inirs "
This icntimcitl among Illiniums men
Imw lwu prmllutlly uimnlmoim infuwr
nf Ilie clcrllnn nl Mr. Cutler tn leprr
M11I Hoitnhilu. It witt known dial he
would trprcwnt the rliy admpiatvly.
I rt lltrc Ik a ritlwn nriBinlwitinu
lor tl.p campaign of i8fff tlint nlmll be
"run" by mm of brnln n well a of
Integrity and llmt shall lmc all the
money needed to "run" the campaign
"up 10 the handle."
I el us fare the Itwiie sipinrel) All
that the Independent wity demand 1
an honel,open, "alKive-board" admin
istratiou. The rlinnt e dirci tly to help se
dire tlint soil of iigoxctmncnt has been
denied to Honolulu during the ncM
xcssinu of the legislature. Some ol us
who have left undone solne of ilie
thing up ought lime done will pel Imps
linti, m,ti1 ti.nuflfl In ltll,t'l II Him rim
,. .-..,-. .nits .
I .et 11 be grateful for one things. 'I he
candidacy ol afr. Tarter has helped
settle for the titdcpciidciit party, at
least--the ethiis of the employment of
money at the polls. There were oppor
tunities to use money in the pun hae
of tax receipts vvliiih some Independ
ents tried hard to peisitade themselves
was perfectly legitimate. Theie was an
infinite deal' of talk about "fighting the
devil with lire" and that soit of dan
gerous cominonsciisc which needs al
ways to be well qualified, Hut the
nire sense of honor which has made
Mr. Carter's name a synonym for in
tegiity throughout the kingdom nipped
that tendency in the bud; and any
questionable employment of money
was done without the endorsement of
the iiarty leader, or of the best and
dominant clement in the party.
That more money might have been
spent, fairly and legitimately, no one
now denies. That it will be fm incom
ing in rSSO, every patriotic man hopes.
Mr. Carter's uncompromising honesty
has put it out of the power of any hon
est Independent to see white where
black really is; and the lesson of last
Wednesday's defeat has taught the
There is another lesson. The native
voters oivthe Independent ticket have
been taught the value of "sticking to
gether." There was more than one at
tempt at a split, a fusion, a compromise.
Hut Mr. tarter indignantly rclused to
desert a colleague. He might be de
feated but he would be no party to a
treasonable victory. The result was a
disappointment but the losers retained
a right to their self-respect. There bad
been no treason -the straight ballots
proved that. We advise voters to put
away the 'newspaper accounts of this
election, and read them in the summer
of 1855. We ask readers of the Prcs
to think upon the topics suggested by
the leader of this issue. Vc ask resi
dents who are not citizens to .look the
situation in the face and decide for
themselves whether their present duty
is not to the country in which they live.
One good has been accomplished by
the late election. The Advertiser has
been reading its bible and has ascer
tained that it was DaWd who met Co
han and not Daniel. Read on messieurs
of the Advettiscr.
The flower of the army, who in the
various meetings prior to the election
well earned for himself the title of
"Baker the blasphemer," styles the
members of the government ticket
"the four angels." We have heard of
angels fallen from grace, but these are
evidently four who have yet to attain it.
Inspectors of elections arc presumed
in law- to be wholly unbiased and im
partial in the exercise of their duties,
but when not actually on the board of
appeal, or superintending the polls,
what better service could an assessor
render a government that puts forth a
ticket than to engage actively in the
canvass, especially when itselcfc.it meant
exposure of the "V. S. U" and "son-in-law
Disputing the Hawaiian Monthly's
atticle "Wanted -A Farty," the Adver
tiser, as a would-beealer of the troub
les now evisting, advocates a comprom
ise party. It recognizes "two well
marked political panics hcic," but is
"thoroughly dissatisfied with the prin
ciples, of both." Probably that accounts
for its frequent attempts- -since its repu
table proprietor went to Maui to strad
dle the fence and to blow hot one day
and cold the next, but each time insult
ing the public intelligence. The diffi
culties of the situation would have been
solved long since if there had been
fewer who were disposed to compiomisc
with dishonest men for questionable
Compromise of principles is very
.different from compromise of prefer
ences. The Independent party can
very well allord to make the latter. It
had better be defeated a dozen times,
"hand running," than make the former.
There can very well be compromise be
tween the honest men who are person
ally friendly tothe king. There can be
no compromise with the mcti who rep
"Uy the way, the cobweb has things
rather mixed this morning," said a gov
ernment official, as he read the weakly
Djtly I'.irific Coniiucri tal Advcitiser of
yesterday. "How so? queried a list
ener. "Why, he says that an lude
pendent candidate bo.vted that hiiiidc
had spent $30,000 to secure theelectiou,
It was an Administration candidate
that made the boast, although he
bragged of only $zo,ooo."
Sinrc tho above ur.igrunhs were
written news has lieen received from
the other Mauds indicative of a heavy
Indejieiideiit majority of repiesenta
1 lye returned, 'Hie exact condition
of things will be known next Monday.
Knmigh U known, however, tojiutily
tho belief that the Independent party
has Mined an important victory.
"The QpiKisition never is but al-
way 10 be blest," Mr, Gibson. We
trust you rcnicinttcr your own ijuol-r
-uuu. uu uunr
if in lit is nr:i --of mi.
" I In rrM)it of the iiMimitjr anil
minoritv of I he senate tommlttec on
foiiigu telatinn on the joint resoj
lutloii In give not In- in the Hawaiian
Government l" ii-nniniile the n-iipn
lily lonvriitlon of 1875 wcrr submitted
to the senate tn day. Hi-rwtor Morgan
mnde a remrl on Itetinlf of the mnjorlty
adcrcly In thr toanltitlnii. .Thr u
pott nv the rnmrntttrR has failed to
dlM'tiver ilMt tilt) iomttirf cot rfvenuc
of the United Mtsti-s linve not In en
AilrqiiAtcl) romK.'fisatil Iry the ridvan
tnu nr trmle with the NnimII h
lland, 'Ilie toitto of transtnittntlnn
lending from thtj I'tteinV Oiriui to
Kurope will, the committed thinks, put
in jet partly the trade of the I'm "l
Stnies with the Hnwaiian Ulnnd mm s
the ptesent treaty agrecihurtta are mil
tinned ami umde pcnruiitrnt. It ex
iircsw the opinion that the niitinns will
lie lotiud cagir to scire Iho mlvniitige
this (oiiutrv ii'llngiilshiii by the nbro
galioti of tin: treaty. Aimtmli.i nnd the
Dominion of Canadn, it think, would
be willing to innke nirwt fnvornbletrrni
with the llnwnilnu Gnvernmrni for
trade with the island, and the oniug
of n nuial nn os the Utlummof Dnncn
will i.imte the Hawaiians in seek better
markets in Famine than the Cnitrd
Slates offer. Alluding to the his of
identic to the United Rude d) the
opciation ol the treat), the committee
says: ' The balance against this coun
try represent only the profits and gain
of our own people employed in fin.iucint
dealings with the Hawaiian people.'
The repoit closes with this statement .
' Whatever objei lions so far have been
found to the workings or result of the
treaty aregreally overbalanced by the ad
vantage we have acquired in 11 national
sense, and by the benefits to our peo
ple of a profitable tiade with the Ha
waiian people and by the duty we
owe the people of both miintrios.'
Senator Sherman makes a minority re
port. The body of this report is identi
cal with that submitted to the finance
committee in respect to a similar
proposition in the Forly-icventli Con
gress. The minority 1 ousider the loss
of revenue to the United Stales over
balances the benefits derived from the
treaty. They think the best thing to do
is to terminate the treaty, with a view of
entering into other commercial rela
tions with the .Sandwich Islnndt, mpre
nearly reciprocal in their provisions
than the present treaty." iu Fran
a'scii lliillctin, January 25th.
The majority opinion is so clearly in
our favor that wc have every reason to
feci greatly encouraged. "The anti
treaty resolutions olfercd by senators
Gibson and Jonas of Louisiana have
been tabled" is additional nop that
encourages, Wc do not think the good
sense of the American ( !ongresss going
to let the advantage ol the radical
control of these islands slijij through
meir lingers. j
.i.v A3H-.UICAX .v.irn
That the United States needs an
efficient navy the American people are
rapidly becoming agreed. That she
has a wonderfully inefficient one, the
world is already agreed. It looks 11W
as if there was to be an attcmptlo
secure a navy worth namir-.g. '.The
initiative has been made by tfv rea.-nt
orders to build two fast -steam jirtiiscrs.
The United States has gained some
thing by its long delay, for it has now
the experience of the rest of the world
on which to model its new ships. With
an American navy, the-importance of
these islands to the Pacific naval sup
remacy of the United States will be
more evident than ever to intelligent
Americans. The San Fianmco Cham
ber of Commerce has ent a memoriaj
to congress on the subject which v.-e
reproduce below with the comments of
a San Francisco paper.
Vour incnioiialisls, the Chamber ol Com
mere o( San Pranciscu, tlri-irc re-spoctfully but
urgently, to call jour attention to the absolute
nccrsiiiy for a prompt arjil lirgc increisc in
the naval forces of the Uftllcil States., by the
.-uliltlion thereto nf hcaiv ami li)ll-iow ercd
armoretl vessels, a: well aiiron vessels devel
oping ihc highest spet-il j both classes to be
annul iwih Ihc heavy iilk-onl nance non mt
cepteil ainnni; maritime powers nsa necessity
fur effective seriicc. With a coast line- of
thousands of miles nn the Atl.'iptic and Pacific
oceans, everywhere e-x'Kjscd tojhealtuk of a
iiai al force i with fortification, armed with
useless, tinonlh-biirc Rims ; withyich and pros
perous citicf uclensciKss ai;ain" any power
lcvsed of a few first-class motrtn war ves
sels : our country has for vcan, dine coniiiara-
lively nniliiiie for the national ilti-nse alloat.
and nt the initiation of a inaritini viar would
lie nl the mercy of ihc enemy.
We respectfully submit tint sue! a condition
of affairs U disgraceful t our coun ry, wanting
in )atii(itisiii anil devoid of the pri Icnce wliicn
should cliaraiterue nations a tvll as indi
ilh an overlloivinv' treasury
1..1 .. ....,.
otic people, our vovcnnre'iit ha
HI tl iSllII
ujuiii ihc iimkI-wIII of forcljp. uatii is, nithoul
a rcspcilalile ini.il force tilher i protect its
citizens abroad or to enforce a nail ml policy,
in case of nccessit).
We respectfully uri;e upon our fellow-ciii-rens
In congress tbit an adhcreiu lo surh a
policy Is 0 crime against our cou itiy. This
chaudier of miiimciev, repimemnij 11 com
munity on the western extreme If 111; re
public, defenseless and inviting miak, reswct
fully enters Its solemn piotrst aj;iiiM a pulicy
ilangcrnus to our safely and iiuvtifilqs lo our
:...!..., 1-.. -.,,,, r,. 11 1 ... .1.-.
the American people will not fail i appiove
.ai,u,,.tii, ,,v i-i,ii,i, iwt'ilHiil lil.il
01 an nouesi cupciviuuie i.i iiiiiiniivt lur ne
fense against ai;u'4on, IV-iinit ui( (licit, lo
inaui-uutc a jiolicv of pri-iur.itltui fyr mail
time war, remembering afivays trjil therein
rest the ereatett M-ciirily for Itice
i:arnclly rrtmesling )Our aue-nion lt Ihc
consUleulipns lie-rein Kt foitli, subscribe
ourselves, with great resjieit, jui fellow
cititens, the Chamber of Cumierre of SAn
" The niiinorial Is slgncil bjhc oliceif and
trustees. After rcadiui; the? itenioiUI, Cap
tain Merry made a few lem.-iikt upon it. lie
said that since 1865 I'neUiuj hit esiwndtel
$156,000,0.0 on new viLh-Is, Franco
$ss,50o,ooo, Itusiia $Js,(A),t, Iial)
$13.3sO,ooo. and lieniiany i17.100.ooj.
Chile, China nnd Inpan have eicli iK:nl more
oil new ve-svels iluilng that lime dun ihe
United .Slates, whieh lui anendol onlv
$t,5a.s..oaa ' Our e-ounuy, it-nilnueil exp
lain Mcrr), ' hat an iinuttl revinue suriilns of
ijo.ooo.ioi, ami cannoi soup 01 mis Im
nicnsc suiplus be taken lo cnu-it our cuuiv
My? The government, lu ijjs r ii .-1, U
licliiinl the iKi'i'Ic. This duuui h ul-l j-mi
all Its iullutnoc n J linn such sjwwir "'w.y
is now jmrsuol by Ihe voiepmeni In IhU
nullrr.' The memorial vtu.- unatuiunully
New York in vci) inicli alatmcd
aliout the Adirondack foiikls and with
teason, Their deilnictioi', was allowed
to no on unchecked too loiir, and now
the people mourn the Md rcsutu of
negli cted npjMutunity, I le New Voik
livening I't thus Miumti. its note of
wanting: "We have clJhYmcd thi
subject carefully in all irvvarions as
pects ; and, looking ;tt tie matter In
the lijjhl of the epcti?fc of other
couiittics, and judging Iv the effect
already produced uirfm thewater supply
in our river by forest licMnif tloit In
this state, vvclielievt) tliaj tneit is no,
s-A-jci.ms'ii, 111 svaiiiijj iiw uiv luiuie
pinsierii and iher ommrrr ml rshlcnre
even of this stnti Are hound up with
ihi-n forests , and that, unless we arc
prepared to alwndon the nfltirfAl mktin
tageti hu h made New Voik what It l,
we must toyi. nnd stop l owe any
further rltnii lion nf the AdlinnirK
It littcd that the llothnrJiildi hold
f (00,(500,000 of United SiAtw bond j
ilsronc'K fltinJilt'ContKllArtlett, t
000,000 ; the Dull of Sutherland, fj,
oaOjOoo ; 8fr Thoma Ilfawey, $5,000,
000 ( VY. II. Vnnilerblll, $37,000,000,
lay Gould ha 1 1,1,000,000 nf registered
liond and Iflrge Amount of coupon
h-md ; Flftod, the Cnlirornlan, lia
piS.ooc.ooo i and there are htf a
,1 doten with $10,000,000 etith. and A
s'OlCol othcin hold One It $.), 000,000
The Intuit piece of fathiaiiAble ftlflfig
Indon I " AliimniiiMr." To "liinr
is to vlil poor people In poor purls of
n my on misiion of mercy and
charity. " Thi is n Hotxl time to
'slum.'" savx an American turner. 8n
say we. Smith' Ijinc i 11 gooil place
to neotn. i.ct mih Hrcco' earnest
and i'neinh wotk nmoiig the whites
ne iiippienientcd iiy iniiie and gentle
men who understand Hawaiian. Let
u fight " rare prejtidire " with " coals
Westminster is now Indited by cler
trie rAiulles. and from hi thirteenth'
century cloister St John Kiiskin w-itls
that " its dim rcliuiotis licht ha fled"
Hy the way Ruskin's latest "fad" is
that lady graduates should become bar
maid nu piitiitesque country inns, in
stead of marrying curate. We wish
he'd send one or two hero to Mr.
N'olte's piduicsquc temperance casino.
1 ' 1 ij 1
fiontr " IIIUi'h Sri'itn.
Cntioit S.vruRfi.w yh -Sh On l.inib
iiin( Illln nut discover nn Ininicnse pile of
bricks ilrl(jni.-il for n rtistom Ismise. 'Ihe list
IcKitlalure cmeresl itself with ijlory by appro
prlatiiir; $o fur that purw. The !tue
lion b, viIiih 1. ihc building In be Erected?
Krliei siiHwern, " When?" Will il be in itjoy
or lyoy? Now llllodot not need a cmtnni
house nnd will not for mime yemis 10 rome. A
vessel arrives there with liicrchanillsufrom Snn
Francisco almnt se-ven limes .1 year, and aluih.
ber vessel about three limes per years other
arrivals arc ht.ind vessels. A new dock is n
humlieil times more needed where pissenueis
can laml, and the lep,Ul.inro appropriated
S5000 for that purpose. Nufiiiii of cten this
small amount being used, not half inough for
die purixwc. Small change is more needed
than a custom Imusc. As the kingdom is
dependent on other countries for small clnnge.
live and ten cent pieces air particularly nt-eded.
In America and Ltirope there is no scarcity of
small change. It aids die poor. The ioor
Hawaiian needs it. So many Ion thern, why
not show their loc in a iiiUtantial manner?
Coppers or nickels could now lie used as ilien
are so nnnj laboring people here from s-arious
nations. Why need there he such a scarcity
of change here?
Wilo, January 2.-;, 1884.
x.j rt: .Vkii-.s.
tHiimlrlifii to Ihc San 1'inurtica ISiiltelln
nUil Other Vfjirrjt.
The public debt w-asretlucen,Soo,ooo 111
Jay GoUtW If tnHnj: t gtP'KUt' of tit Ihe
The Porte is to ask the powers to settle the
wie wcatner nas 01 late lieen so coiil in
Kciv Vork, lint the clock in old St. Paul's
has repeatedly slopped.
Thu expe-ntbtures nf the Canadian 'Govern
ment for the- past )car w-as nearly $i2,o.x,ooo
greater than the receipts.
It it tcportcd thai the Urgyptinn governmcr
has borroweil o,ooa from Haron Rothschild
for six months at 6 percent.
It is reported in Atabnta, Oa., that Gen.
Longstreet, no Unitcil Slates .Marshal of
Georgia, is to lie removed from office.
An elevated road, adapted both to passen
gets and freight, is to be consliucttd alone
the levee at New Orleans wiihin two )cirt.
The time foi the ratification of the recip
rocity lieaty between the United States ni.d
Mi xicu has extended sis mouths from Ihe 191I1
ultimo by the .Mexican government.
It is now feared tint General Gordon's
appointment is ii laic and hii iviwcrs too
hmitcil lo effect any bcncriei.il results on affairs
in Northern Kgypt. I Us appointment, though,
Sir Charles Dill.e -iys thu English statule-s
are sufiicient to secure- the needed rcfomi In
benefit the poor, but the local authorities do
nol have the necessary motive power to apply
the-m as they should be.
The Csar, liiest of Mjclusion, i going nbuul
to all kinds of entertainments, nnd lib advisers
are ra iking desperate attempt tncouc.ili.'Ue'tru)
nobility, whose loyalty has been cool since th
e-iiianclpatfon of the sufs.
Queen Victoria will go lo Uaden on April
151I1, in attend the weldings of her grand,
daughters, the 1'imcesst-s Victoria and lau-v
bcilioflle.sc, with Prince Louis of Ilattcn
berg ami the Grand Ihil.e-Seigius of Hitssla.
A suit is now (lending In the United Stales
Circuit Coart u I'lilladcliilih involving ihe
pvlent light of die ltcll ttlqihonc, a prlorlt) t.f
Invention bjing rlalnifil by Phillip Ucls of
Gemuny ami J. W. McDinough of Chicago.
The Chlnise Uur.dryincn of New Vork am
depressed on aaonunt of an order from the
Cliinoe cpnvuhte lli.it no oelcvsUsl slull rjs:i
a laundry In the intiox!I within three bttKks
of any other Chinaman engagsd in the tame
A bill leu bai intKHiufol In the Now Voik
Asveinbly iciiulrini' a licclil fre of $500 fvr
the sale of win; rtud whlV)', anil lJo foi iht
sile ol ale and twr, In Loth houses a proH.
Ihlion amendment to ttw consitiuiion liw Urn
Gei r,et "Chine. " (icitdon, Kfo hit da
pmure foe the Sutitlan, telrgroplud Ciloiul
C-KHl-jyon, coumuryJM ai Kfuriouui, h) stud
a tivtty uivsMtssyir eu Ct Je'-vrtdl, aiut tmUrlng
Cusili'Sn tu ind opsuiloreiurttn Gonlon'
ardol. !3U Imudrstl mm lud left Cairo for
JjuaUii sJkhiI Ihe sfith ultimo.
, evniluiissj Wljit b Ihifng made by the
Ot(uUlUu who .u rsul vMUie in Allatiltc
City, N. J , fur th prppsr dralniigt) of il ol
iJasir, The sewJgf U lu lie roDveyet by
mwu rend tuiopv tue-b three or oui milt-s lo
lilt inssd'rn, wlitic 11 will Ik filuicl, dt-o.or-itett
noi mvte mlat fenlllifi,
'Hie iaitlUh Cabinet CouihiIi sic under-tlo-M
lu be cnjgeil In ruling upon a draft
for a reform bill. It ti c-iUin tint Ireland
will n fncludn). Tho liuh funchiM will -e
awimllatcd In Ihe t'nglish, and volts tasI 011
ouie!n'r"l"-'ii- fidiliik-AiIon, now numeioe
lu tn(;iin eofiues, Mill ue iweot ,,
J.lg Slwphnrl of "hlc,tj,i, hut ls:.lrtl
Itwi wntaen rtnrtnl h- rulden a mrwr 1
than rttst nf their htratnwiV, and thai l h.
eiiw diirntcn suit mini In hnwahi ai ih
tfal inMenee of ihe ie raons eonrrrnnt, Tha
result Is thai, while mm still make ''hleu
IrM- grai fKitmlar roil fm dlmri m, smnim
r eul nff Unm I Ills hl(h prlvil'gr.
Al a NaUniwIlaM' mtlrvt In Nawpnrl. Ir
laml, rarvtllls. In split nf iht slmm, fniTr lo
rjtfj perarms svtrt rtisswni. Al llw rsrHnn al
ParannalMfn, I lafrlnniim, M,l',, InalaMtsil lliat
the govtrnmvnt w.nilil ) U wmfstfllft lo
Rwm larjprr coticfaalfln to Irctuml. Al lift
mceilfn at Plpswmili, Tintit Jnlc MK'ar
thy mM lUt Irlirimm wn dtrtesmlnwl tn
hnvp their own pnril.imrnl,
Tin San franclsco Ittilltlln of the JIM
iililmn any" " Sir )nhn P, NfirtelitU leas-ca
the city for Philadelphia. m-l Html tn pur
chase or eomrarl for tin- oiiwirHclinn of lw
mif larg? sltanwii for ih Oceanic SUtam
ship C'nWfSiny. It Is not )t nelllnl rhlllr
ihc si earners will tie plrH on the Clilns nr
Central Ainerkan line, bnl ihr omYera of tli
company Bnninee their Inlrntlisi in rmisuwl
a (In flert of new strarmhlps in ply finni Han
Franciwn In all oilier Important I'twillc Orean
cities. The .Marlpxw and Alainetl fsteh cost
about $500,000. The new mmmfrt vrlll Im
larger limn ihtso vessels nrvl will pmbsbly cnsl
more. All lh slllps nf I be Oconto Company
Iiy die .int-tleau tlag, ami all l-elnf irttltitml
In Snn Praiit-iMO pay llielr lases lwtt."
It is reported iijmn autthirlly ihli lh lie
public of Hanto fiomliiKo It about to aek for
a commercial itelprnefty lr:alr vvlih the
United Htattta. Il Is iindrrttnol Iht piojieai.
Il6u will etnlmdy a piliielple" which Is lacking
In ihe iK'ndlng Mexirati treat), ami that now
In force with the Hawaiian Islands. This will
lie a elaiise fur Ihe benefit of Ani-rictiu ship
ping, lo I lie effect tint dinar articles of i-rnii-
metre, which mi) lie ndiiiltlisl duty free lulu
the respet'tlvo fountries, shall he cur led In
American built or Sailto tiniuingo built
bottoms. Tilts friends of American shipping
argue, llfilt this shnultl he the fundamental
principle for nil future- commercial treillu
Iwrlwecii the United KliUes and Ihe Mauds of
this hemisphere. In urdtr tn assimilate their
cinitiicrte with their coiiitwise trade, tfiey
urge tint the Siiidwlrh f thuds treaty should
he an' amended as In favor oar shipping, by
making all iinpoits free of duty Into the United
States, subject to the prnvMou tint they Im
irani'Hirled sold) in American built bottoms.
Itvirnt Xntitlilr DrlMhl.
Schuyve-r, the explorer of Kqii.Hori.il Africa,
Capt. Willia 11 Galloway, an old California
pilot, is dead.
1 Icrr I.isl-.cr, ihc German statesman, died in
New Vrtrk last month.
The notorious bindit chief, Sissie, was killed
in Sardinia by carbineer.
T. A. Harcourt, a noted San Francisco
newspaper writer, Is dead.
Witliaiii Henry Hare Hedges White, thiid
lvarl of Itantry is dead, at the ago of 83.
Capt. A. Iticliarilon, who brought ihe first
.Mormons to California in l8G, Is dead.
J. S. Swraringer, a pioneer of Oregon, died
in I.lnn county on the lath ultimo, aged 75.
The Manptis of Hertford, who was thrown
from his horse while hunting and kicked, is
Scull A. 'Tidball, hii o!iL and tesjeelt
e'fiieti of San Kruncijcf( died on the nth
ultimo, aged Gv
John liucklcy, father of Chris. Buckley and
a 1 old pioneer of California, died on the 91I1
ultimo in San Krancise-n.
Makmelian Sigrist, the oldest resident of
Mission San Jose, Alameda County, California
and nne of the pioneers or the Male, died on
the llth ultimo, aged 70.
Mis. Valeria Stone, who in the. pisl few
years has given $400,000 to. colleges and
schools for girls, died at- Maiden, Massachu
setts, on the 15th Ultimo.
Captain Mvlcolm, formerly master of the
Steamer Santa Cruz of the Pacific Coast
Steamship Compiny's line, died al Lompoc,
California, on the 15th ultimo.
Judge J. 11. Crockett, a pioneer of '$1, prin
cipal founder ofthcMerchantile Library and ex-
judge nf the supreme court, sliest in I'ruitvale,
Alameda County, California on Ihe 151I1 ultimo.
Mr. Crockett was one of the bet rcsi-e-cuct
citizens of the state.
AlUftt.unligf (). SAIUKOW lHI-.SS-ecMvr.
g mt-ultTix svlscrtUstr-' will txj rtnsisicil uitlotij
.Vslv4-riiMinnift nwl bulTi(tt-m ara 4Me in
U Alice, atul llmrule stilt Ui ucUI oWnnl in ihe
Ilisj unjcrliej tuvc ftHinsril t ct jvlmrtlil, timUr
ihotirtii (unit of SriU.CKt-IsS JtCO, f.-rlh j.uiia
HUSINlSSat (In.tolalii aiM uch iMlrr Jcr in ih
Hawlun Klti;Jom a may ! dec 1 Act 1 aliIuU
(Stent! CtAif SrJtftCstisLti,
Wm, O. Ik-jsIn.
r". K. to.
IfoiHluIiit Jtnuiry 14, tUJj
Uefenlnc to th aluvr( tve-Uj tu inform hn l-uli(eu
tmbUc lht v arc nej4tBU tu mila IW.t, illsOfrunt
pf rOsJ uotri, tv. irtiitAM eichnfis m i)i bna ou
rcnlTAlet. C)ur ffantnif r.M fa ulmg ruladc wi
thfl iutcl:al tub cf ttt Untied Stale, Kurtf,,
China, Jsifun, ny AuuratU, at Wiite uuU, aol
ulicn iMrifcutd tlu notkt wJU U giicn,
fttwutjt, puVIUisii and rwoJutt a Mtul mu
Um ami rtmiijC9 tutiiit,
' '. 'is. in-1 .in..
CHAR. J. VlUHi:t,r loituUr8tor,
NT O T I C n. '
ll.aANKII.ll. Ml'.l-l ll.'ll a .1. KiuVeJJ., l.l
il ll IIKK.ItftViVi 614SM NAVIllVliON
Co. lll U I M asi IU
Ihe I liilanadt.
M ln ISVS1HHI, 41 Itflr wftwa VII
fcrslj, I, LfiK-Ca, -
" m 11 . i.j 1 1 t. I'lm anii ' .1 atpe-
I l-Kl t.
A Una AlwalMiar nr
KiU-lTIMKN'rAI. ii ml COMIC
intUiueu idj.li., e. MAHIlf)S.V ft I'KANOS
I'cr sal at
I'm I Urttl (.
t. I.I NO II AM A CO.
I Ian rlrM a M lln f llw ffwrtw
I)lllliiliiini llrt-nltlmc I'lowa,
Dllllnulirim Itlri. flow.,
lllltlti(liiim I'oiioiv I'losvtfflmn rlvol
ft,,. Itwm at al mU rrsSm mm
by she wsttaal itm ll Mr- t
ika tamr Waaasst taaVt aM
Ms tw vmV tttr warM. IV it-i
tin.ri vATomn, ifAimcxV.-ii. ud howi! iioim
01.1) PAtTKHK MOI.IM' nOvv
I'LVTIAIIOW -10(1)4 or Al.f. 1." I, lis)
IwMk Catif, 0'"ti i CjsjmI llijri
PuIiiU, Paint 0t anil VarnltU. f,
IidMissi, CIArltlir; ,-ilJ ttMrru
ttr-t ttd ftft
iT Stw GmU canVaMtUjr Jrrtrio?.
We afui in t?fp tt)biti r-frjulftj Id tw lrti
tf) If H At trtwtfU pTlifi
i-3rn DILLINGHAM & CO.
siias. j; Pisiinc '
WHOUESAr.F, AND RETAIL.
eoaMM iUJKUIlA.-. I B.SBU,lKUire lulu.
CijOKer HIRIIxd MAIN'Slscrli.WiJIuliU. Maui
N01 ICK is hereby etvn lltit thd LTmlrmeQeJ has
1 Vtclu.cl Jll lU ir.ltr Al in it..- CROCI.KY MIOKK
lai.lycam-,lo.l,r J. OTIO IIKC.VKU in Kelulil,
M, G. COKKI'.A.
lh1 until AkkCSSMRNr of Ss co ir share ot die
CaiIl bit I. Af Ibe Mutual 'Itlephooc l., U due
tint lUy, and yayaUe at nty pffu.c.
A. JALijhU, 'I real. Mumal Tekphone Uo.
ilonotutu, Kctiuary i, 18S4. iB-st
EUECTIOM OF OFFICERS. C. BREWER
a COMTANY (UraiicL)
Al the Anntul rueetini: 4 thiicurporAtlon lite futkiw
nfi named ruitf Merc elected for Ihe current year.
I. L. JONKb, Jr fteuJenl.
I'.C JONhS,r Maiujer.
JOSKl'll O. LAKIKK 'lieawr.r.
JdSI'.l'll O. CAK'l t.li ScVnun.
HON. CIIAKl.t-S K. 1IISI10I. 1 ,.,
IICNKY WAIKKIIOUSE..... f """"
J. O. CAKTKK,
Srcretaiy v( (A Urcwer U Co.
Honolulu, l'ehiur)'9lh, 83. Soim
LLUbTRATUD LETTER SHEETS.
ii.i.usTK.TKt t.trritiR IAITK.
ultn. tiewt of Utan.1 ttceiteiy and lSuututent 0.iern.
ment UuiUiucs l.tld almti ul w to tiuu r fetiojjtd
ai oes. r4utie.'
l'tr Sale al
lllOi. U. THRUM'S
VVaLaie jgttraltiad asenrlas asa.ftteat
Irish Ssiutilo Ilussiisak TuliU Ltaau.
iit:i i-Avr, m'tuvNti,
!..u-.J(f r,VI't.i: Cl Ol Hi 0 alt auiw l-a all
u.na" J!u!i.; iUi,
'lLeat tJaeua a,a tba aiii stir ta.raiitJeilU
M.uket, an. a Urlll wf fitau.1, t ab I4
e. If, MJirikr.al.'taf A '.
rsU?CRlPTI0VSi,4ata4aI tU h. brJu
a aU l-aliU4kMa-,a7 trteA hliiUMT
Asa Ajaa,r, jUafetm tuaei.
fttfAMIC HTAM)IIII' COMl-AIIV
1K UaymeVen,, 'If., l I kM H-.,l ,
M.illll'flS.i mill Mt.iMIUtA
WMtast-a tlatwMs at) Im-i-
I at nml Inili nf 1'jthH Month,
JSuMlUjH ht rt Hm at, rajssljif iaatl!4 Ium i-
lu assswa sr,. krma See Irr ilr n.ir
laml Railear, ) UawMssr Iftst.
1MS I leMSSI T r n ll I ' " 'I " lH k
lMefH FMf Sm' IS." "!.' -
anJlMSW NMflMHI'l iI I
il he .l.tf
I Ik,- f
1st f natWel fsa ay ei.ieiHFe f '"-i- if N-
!,. sail ln-lpl ie-Mfil It In-titat, i m
I (ii0ttwt fie-, af
asssn ust-ia ', am m im xm
WII.MAW u IMWIs A('ft.
,WMI'M k r
sti:am navioation company's
1.10. or 1 1 , j r: k
IMS., ,' , ytWVf 3--
Will ma rtpttailr Ij fXif-i'
Lraiei KunfiuU al 4 I' M.
ITSlar . (awiarjr yl I rridar. I la-t
I'lUl. ..I.UoaO 1 rt.la,. . I,
Ardies at Jr.Ma al S lm,
ll.anMa al iii.
iSII'tWay . IriTwarr
) lm.fi)r Man). II
nUay. .. Iaury tSlltHar. Mrva
VVir I until 11 1,
Ca,,rMi iwSffltMilir, lajt.a IlotaJuJa eierf !-
,1a)- al jP.lt. (r Nnlfiain, KM-n, Heir, awl VVai
luea, Kauai. , KeU'mln- Ifaiea Nawl'iw-tl, etf
Thr lumr Mtihrp, '
Ki.-epTrtn CTwinlaaler, laet Ilw4ili ef IfJJf
flay, At i I1"1- ffr Ka.aa Mtl KUttMa. IVluta
bj( feavti Kaitfcl eiery 'l,ielay al a"p w., abd ltcJt
lug at Vvalanaa Uh ttara,
Thr V. It. Itlnhoji,
flaifieofnaiarKt-r. l-aVlt llcrvslula ever tHevlajr
at 4 P.M. lr KUkuihale, llMMVaa, and J'aauhai. Ite
turmru arrbei al llMi..lrilu tier Simla y bvtmtl
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
17. IIHKin:it A W.VJM.S'l, Alt'ntt.
Merchandive rrce'ied Serfage free, uA Kbial . atl,
adrafstes made Aft tldtnetrts tT ll-ls Fil.
pACIFIC MAILoTHAMKIIW COM.'ANY
I0R SAN TRANCISCO
'Ilie SlJcitfl'il teaiuUr.
A If S T It A L I A ,
H1 leaee Ifnnulttlq for Sail Krsacitca
On or labuut. Mondnjr, February 1 8th.
pOR SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
Trie 5pteiMlM SteanUitp
i)rr- of srjtym-
On or about i'obnittry St&th
,nran, an, are itam pfeieu ratuwil aria la
San rrancitcu ami return for $13. Ilie iro.J ttip,
Gaods for slJriuer.r p-r sreatuer can no 1 tuacd,
ftee frT charge, iri tb file tfior Maifbouae near tie
l'or frerhi or paitage, apty 10
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