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niiarn.i i fit Int. iitmast ll alt twst,MlattiTt,
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-ahMliftt JlnfTltWI lHHlf arid rrttvrltilc
v. ImiKViK wtW I Mr. Ciwim' itn-w i
1 lw I ln -if lh irlk of MWinl'art'niTfai
fiiimlijilrH' II. IfcHhokfcut p)nNi nn
llir fifl fm.
I lie (lllllii ttVI not raVata) hj I he Mii-
!. 11 1 nun Nnl iforr will not rnmr at
MoftliiRiif lie lljawlUn Mlotlfln ClitHrm"
N.li-iy at !!. Dr. Ilfiln'a, ' l Ihrfrlnnl
aiipi, iKt ncnlnK.
v.na'jilin IkmclMiil tafll ynm ni tn Itomnn
V'rll! 'ailmlral irniintfrtwefwifng t 7 ft.
lilt Milijea-I will I Uinrr.
s. I'mlff A. Co. nf Snu I'nmditto awai I'm
tr Mcln of II11' Mdripow, Jf mm lln;
l'ici files nf 1.11c ntw.
1 lie Minimi ChiMtrnV S-ly lll Imlil lit
inrmlM)' hifrlliiK lliU 1 rolng'M liar rr.lc-nce
if Mr. C. M. Ilyilenn IIficiiiiIh trrrt.
MuililiCI(ir Ik'rcaVii ninilf-innulilcil f
liirci aliowcil nlmio lite Mmloai'ai ImlwniU
)rilrnby. Ilia 'f.nnlly tllil nnt cninixn)
A cnricajmnilriil nf O l.iwo ll.iniaiimxi lrt
vitrtltn 11 Ifller l.-ri-cl mui1imntJi)r to llic
pUnlnlioii niaiisRciiifnl of .Mr. It. IIMatoAilof
I'limini; ivalcr vni ulniCk laat Tliiirniliy In
y well Ifirnt on llic l.ml nfMra. V. U. llhlinp
nt al.ilsr, on the prftiiiaaw lr.nl li) Mr.
Mcanrt. llrltMni, Smilli V Co., IwivefnUtKCfl
llicir iIiiik Mhrp. The) expect fil 1 J n t liy the
Alilnnh. .inl further mile (if their Inipnive
mcnl la itcfcrreil until thin.
Mr. Walter While, lio wmU fur Unit. J.
A. Cmnmliii at I'auon, a elMiilnn a rillc
last Weilnctilay licn a tniliiil;e litplnilcnl,
ihontlng him tlirwiuli the Iwml. Dr. I lagan
Onof the listen of the Sicrel Heart wai
buiieal in the Unman Oiholie ('emrlert yci
ftiUy -folloHOil hya long line of xiitcn an
sociate and y""i', ;itW allemlAttt 1m the
Mnt. I'.uil Neumann aivl four of 4lic at
torney cciicral' toe chihlien came liy the
Maripoan, all in tplemlial hmlth. Vm, Jr.,
wa at the haif to lecciie the faintly ; IVuil,
,Sr , haling gone on Imaril preiiouily.
Dr. J, ll Stallanl ii among the rwten
pi is on the Maripoan. Theiloctor iianoteil
Lomlon physician "f tecrnl residence in San
Kranciieo. He & to llilo net wcelv
thence in the volcano.
Mr. I.ueaa? mill yrill'tiiim llieirain wlilulr
tlnrr limei when the .M5iiia or Alameda
pAMtd Coco Head nnd three times when she
panel the harlior light hmtae. Thi olll enable
to Vno with Mime accuracy hen to be at tht
ttturf. It (lid to yesterday with great eclat.
Mr. Ilopkina hai ictireil fiom the nuinge
nient ofMciiiii. HollUlcr A Co.V I'oit Stieet
drug nine. Mr. Thornd)l,e Ifcor formerly
apothecary am the Hertford i in charge. At
the Nuuanu Street toru ol the wnie firm Mr.
J. M. Bradley, lecenl of Cakland, California,
lui liecn in cliargo kinee Mr. l'aruilcc't lecent
return fioin California.
.Ml. W. i;. HcrncV. tut j iut finiihea! to
beautiful candlesticks and a cioi intended for
uie on .he altar of the new l'roiistanl Upi
ropal Church at KohaU. The cnndlcticL.s
air 11111I0 in vrctioiK of Uou, kauuiki, sandal
v(Kl and Uta. The Hawaiian hard vtoods
aie so beautiful and jo durable that it i sad
to see the supply to lapidly diminishing.
A local p-iragiaph in a recent Advertiser said
lhat a wceVly per copied Mr. Davidson's
addreia to Oie jury in the recent Inquiry with
out crediting it to the AiUntic-r. Any one
comparing the two reorU will see that they
were by no means identical, at the unfurtunate
jumbling of lemcs, in the Tiscr article, made
.Mr. Davidson use grammar of which that e!
quciu and erudite pleader could scarcely have
On the fourth page of thia iasue . an account
of the caircr of Major Ocncral Charles Gordon
of the r'nglish engineers. It is an intcicsting
fact (wupplieil the writer by Marshal l'aike)
lint one of the otliccia who servcil in China
under Gordon was Neil Mmray, a Scotchman,
jailor in the old foil fioin 1S54 to 1S57. and in
the pieicnt Oahu piisam fioin 1S57 to Septem
'i'heie was an interesting, but rather tou
prolonged, meeting, devoted In missionary in
telligence at rVrt-Mrcci church last Wednesday
night. After the introductory cxcidsua, con-
lucled by Hew A. S. ToiIhs and W. C.
Itiiit', iTtntip lesson on Kljl vvas (!hen by
Mrs, W. V, Hall, 4 paper on 1-iji History was
lead by ltors Roj;ert, one on the Social
Life of Fiji by Dr. N. It. Dmum, and onu
of I'iji Miuionaiiex by Miss Mattie Cliam
lieilain. I'avioi Cruran has changed souienlui the
cluracter of the Sunday evening services in
ratlica.t church, inaVing thein now informal,
and the musical tervicv more proinincnt, especi
al!) the sinking of sundaitl hymns b) the con
gregation. The audiences aie laige and the
set vice of song, to heartily entered into by the
piple, is inapiring. The sermon is somewhat
sliortrned, o that the seitice U not (ccgtlieUHl.
polite usheis are always in attendance to ex
tend a warm welcome ami furnish scau for all.
iHulullattuH Ih .Jf,i,t4a J.ttjft
The last irgutat luettiiig of this lolge, hrld
Uvt Momlay evtning. vtitnesscd a laiger alien
dance than usual, own,;; no dosibt in the fact,
(hat it was Installation night. The liiirs
rlevHtit the wea'k )efo(e the names of wlusui
sretc given lasl wesk ueie all prneut and
weic dujj- Installed b) J. It. Alhcuou. D. U.
. Ci asslstr.1 by llm l, (J. V. M. Ivi the
!, 0. W, S. After ihe aaljuuinioeni ot Use
h.lge the rouimiiut im "tlw; giot of the
.nrdrr" lieatcd ihv re4 of the uiemUrs to an
rnleitaiunvenl, ouisistiiig f songs !,, duels,
a leading, a Uhtcau arid a dialogue, which
latter culmiiuied in Una. J. II. Ilaie, W. It f.
Iieiug proentol with a U-autiful nalU of bis
oiiict, as a slight luoHieiitouf the eslritu tn
whith the lucuibcis held t tut gent leuian. After
llie cImc of the entirta!iiiriit the members
nfie inviteal Into the aule-rootn to p-utake of
t. lafseshuicsits. Soon aflir the society broLe
lsj, it liaHaag well on towtnU mlitnight. All
cnt luxue well pleases w,ti lbs uiai.nw In
aakltk Ui- UtA Hai the twkg-
inr ni nu.
H Wll ferr IMW If tat. l.fe.
I'll" irnia in itn M" I'lln'n . I ,t ,tili I
lilllll lnl lift Twaalsj 1 f) ). l , v.. alnll
rem! tiitksitsrjl wiill atvattt its Kunr h'M'f Weil
nmilna tilfiht trial Ihrit nhilill, lemlng 4
(il.i.iM atvl plj Mtrfare upnn whl. h ihe
evassia.tif in nest at morHha may lrr lrt,i
Mmfltn Mihjfj ' tlrjr still, If njr nwi
olirt itW ih lTlHnx mtph" I mlswH,
ihm pan Is !- lievlleil itlttl thai (awtta iln fKX
lanee, 'Ik rly (k lbrt iIm Allien turn turn
liarseess a trtiittitl'tnialrvf Ih making of (He
lUttaJh. .nfl rf lift, aa. thai If I he iwm afp
month of letrWarttsn Jt fir. mi ifo ilnmi.
Lnatrt Irttcrtstts T llmmliiln nutty tinner lhati
IN miteirts ? I hvai pr nr I-m teil.
Tnrwtny i l"n rnt Inilrjnlfmi elinntai
n itW mii4 tlmar of Mfwi. r. Ilirwrt Cn,
mA erhjit hwailf ftf Kj Kmilm-.VIr. J. f).
rrttt. Whn irni crnilrnuin emnf foninl
m mHw the rtrtr -fttlty tvivi htuvlrerf ho
I j . , a si i .-. t
m Wniisfilnicfl H Mt Slettn Heshil, wh
aeled'ss lnterjvrrttr. Mr. Uit KmiIbIihi, ami
umt, John laleTetehrrarnifnvmihenriliaof
iht AHmhllstriltlofl jtarry and I'nriee Knbten
w Mr, .V. I, Kahrnknn from, the Imtehetnl
rtli, Itaith Sltlra sinkr, nn.l lha- Intrfpsl of
the rfnssil wnn illsiilr.l. I ihe lasC mto
fli'Sl till lietss-eeu Ihe r.micndlng fuellona,
IWarlay nlglil the lfttlrMmlrnts had llielr
Imi rally at lOunlnhim 1 Intra li. Deer sll
hundrnl perwmii were present, ami) few of
whom were rwl of ayniyailiy ndli ih ptunoaan
nf I He meeting. All four Irwlcpamalem earvti
ilafes spoke Mr. Outer In CoglWi, imnatme.l
ititu llnwailAn by Mr. Jnhn Sheldon, Messis.
KiinaNtke, K.iwninnl and Kalaitkna in Ha
waiian. An add 1 ess in HaA'ailan urn read for
Mr, Caiter by Mr, Stephen Desha, previous to
Ills ejleiuporiiiy rciiMiks in Kngllsli. 'Ihe
meeting was at ones orderly, attentive and en
thitsiflstle. There was but one intttiiiitiou
011 iliop.nl of Mt. Simon Knalt nnd llic mecl
Ing Ailkiut nnl In petfect order.
During the evening and llll lale at night n
grral deal nf miscellaneous cauvislii; was
ilnnet and rumors were rife of trickery "here
And treason there- very little of which had
discoverable foundation, 'lln.11 the clly went
to sleep iiKin mats ami patent spiingsand boils
of down, wrapped In various bed clothes, vari
ous emotions and varlousdegiee of conscience.
So far as Honolulu is conreriiisl the morn
ing of election day was all thit might reason
ably have been nvlrd for. During 'Iticvlay,
showers fell in town, dampening the street,
freshening the grass and instiling the limps of
the orators, whose name was legion, rather less
dust laden nsygen linn they had hoped for.
lleynnd the reaif n broad Kind of indigo blue
stretched to the lmtii-011. A coronal of snow-
white clmnl was pierced by the peak of Tnnta
lui and a film of ah-hued vapor lloitctl over
the crest of Wnianac. "A full vote, an hon
est Iwllot ami a fail count" said the bland face
of nature. And the inemlo statesmen, Ihe
tyro llticians and the wiseacres of high and
Iniv political degiec looked Into the face of na
ture, winked solemnly and then laughed out-
Hut the events of the day proved lhat two at
least of nature's promises faithfully had been
kept. There waa n pretty full vote and a man
ifestly fair count. Inthi-langiiagenfacnndidate:
"if the laallot was not in cvety case an-honest
one there i no reason to believe that the abso
lute freedom of its exercise would have changed
the result, or tliat every Indcpcmlnnt vole east
couht bear the seiuliny of investigation."
Tor fully an finur before the vlls opened,
the mauka front of the government bulldiiif;
was thronged. Inside, the arraiienienta. for
voting had been admirably planned. The
corridor (linking the central stairway had been
railed across on both sides, cutting olf the
lateral hallways leading to the legislative cham
ber on one sije and to the attorney general's
office on ihe other, llehind these rail
ings vi ere small platforms on which rested the
two ballot lanes uteri. To the I ft and tight
and in the rear of il(e billot stands were tables,
sin in all, al which sat the clerks or iixpectors
wlio checked oil the tally lists nnd entered the
names of voters. The inspectors were Judge
It. F. Dfckerton, police judge ; Capt. George
II. I.ucc, tax collector; Mr. F. H. Ilayselden,
ex-tax assessor. The clerks were Capt. John
II Ilmw-n, agent of the ImmoI of health t Mr.
J. A. Havinger, chief clcikof the intctior de
partment: Mr. J. S. Smithies, clerk of the
loard of immigration: Major Antone Itosj,
cleik of the attornc) general : V. I Wilcosi
interpreter of the suprcmu court and the legis
lature; Henry Smith, assistant clerk of the
supreme court and II. Kaia.clcrk of the interior
The corridor between the interior depart
ment's public and private olfices was railed off,
with a narrow gate-way at each end. ltiliiml
this railing were Ihe candidates, and occasion
ally some chosen henchmen
The arrangements "lor voting were simple
and effective. Deputy Marshal Dayton stoori
in tlie space between the ballot boxes, watch
ing the proceedings. At a signal given by his
whistle not more than six voters were admitted
al the mauka entrance. On entering, the six
were divided, lbrcu passing through the narrow
liassngc at the tight end of the cross railing
ami three at the left. As fast as they votes!
they w ere passed out at the ui.ikai door.
At 8 A. M. Judge Hickcrton mounted five
stvs of the central stairway, accompanied by
Mr. Luther Wilcox, ami in Knglish and
Hawaiian was announced Ihe important fact
lhat the (soils were open.
The first elector to deposit his ballot was
Deputy Collector Hendry; the second was
Ainu, the policeman regularly on duty at the
custom house. Shortly thereafter Mr. J. O.
Catttrand Lieutenant Dakcr, having gracefully
tvicliangcd ballots, voted side by side. At the
tnriofthc first hour 300 votes had Ikxu !c
corded ; at noon, Sni h.ul voted ; at 5 p. I.
the polls closed with a recorded vote of l2,
on lios taking IQ7 votes and the other only
Outside, the scene was continuously aui.
matL at limes exciting, al times quietly pic
turesque, was thioiighout orderly, vtlf-con-tallied,
fairly couitcams aud ailniiubly good
trniresl. A uundwr of native women had
gracefully disposed themselves upon the lawnJ
to the ICwnvde of the sutue. 'Ilinr bright
hesjes added tome charnilimly itTclive
bits of color tn the scene. Then was a
gwaj deal of noisy oratory In width
both sides participated. P.ilk.n of
the Cwa side of the mauka lulutttadc
weie uveal at rptld and ihetrfiom shoulol lha)
Ltami-lhiMtuI inoulhpieers of many of the
caivlidat, toaietiuiM half a diircn talking at
once Yuuut; tnn ami oil men, shutt men
inal tall imo, fit nun ai(d le.111 met), on (he
istlusitoalv aad aiMipg llie clow, I talked loud
and long 111J lustily, i'ronitaient among the
tilkeis faf the (iKlrpendent caiiikkites was
Mr, Mephcti D,li; prominent amorg the
woiktis lot llw ume side was Mr. liuuy
Swhitou. 'lite lrulrpen.lfut party aivd parti
culaily the iinmcliiie supporters of I'dncc
Kuiuiakca had llutir had.uartir on the
noithwictt coiner of Hkh.it J and King streets.
1 lie Adruiuistratioa party used Mr, liiU0.1V
rttaurant as their iicadqiurtct. F00J was
dlapensed at Iwlh places. Of the open and
ilun.elcts use of liquor (here was nest to
iMhing as the orderly conduct pf hc toting,
an I of tl. das iaet. rste mnrt .,l.ran.tlu I
--- - --- - 1 ,.--..,. Hwn .i,r,sKW,,j 'a ..
U !ie luJepeodssit caudijte eicrpt Mr.'liua.J, K1IJ1L,, ..,, .
I til 1 wh . rMnouel lo.i.'r , mi' , m. nv-ly
did nt live laiiMirteerlrm and wrre "'oiHleal
liy --ta I ,'ni Sli 1i!,i 1, Kalti,i nnd i vtal
mltrta. Instil while inal ncil.t. bum Holhrt
llaker and Mr. Pahla wete In ehniite "f many
nf the ta reeelmt held hy lit Adinlni'trattun
part). It i ra-laml thai the latter trims! the
fawlpts of nhtern men ha stantwl In vote
lot Mt. CtrtW. Mtatn. I'mmtiin, Kuala, V
Imkula, KnUaWWo, Pna ami Konltl Ihe (at
ret itnrarl ratfier fanhtstleally In while' wn
the plrpjHHsl imitl.le nralnnaif the Arlrrtrntilni
linn nmy. I.tml. John linker urmtlnrmlly
pfaeafeil and rtnanjneal ih rmwl from Ihe
in lht toirew of noisy eloa)aene anal msllan,
of reason ami rant, of pathos And haih-.x,
whleh pwirM ftmh from ir nf brim lltwil
throats, there was a marker! nheemw of afipy
erlntlMttlan nnd ihe ntmnst Jtwl temper. It
is true that Mr Kr.ni vo bt fntgut himself M
to Invnlt on of the Independent ItifM. Itnt
that was almost a ilitary tnalanee.
'Ihe wink nf ihe ImlefwnatVni wity thou!
that it had nntltlef, workers ami lhl It hart
enparliy ft nfranlratlsn whleh naaejht In rtpsjfl
Inln far rilffanent results twn r from now.
I Tie AilmlnMtalion piiiy slmwnl ten
strength llten Iwo yeara Mgn, Intt ih- prtstiet
nf the klu peiimal leaalrfalilp slltl eatrl'd it.
The la 1 retain a nf the elllren vildlny were
held h ilieli officers, and a fire chnfee In
many Inatanees cleaily aevnlail. Hut Ihr
sevtitanf two yarns iki were tint repeater.
The snldla ty ivtre not untuned up tit the polls,
and appeared for the ma.t put In i-ltUum's
clothes. Attorney Centra! Nemnaii being ie
spontlble for a nntke,j iniprnvcnietil in what
vvas a humiliating featuic of last election.
This It by no means ariylng lhat either Ihe ki
tice or the soldlety had almolute freedom to
vote as Ihey plcaseil, they weic iirgeil and ex
!cteil to vole the Admlnlvlratlon llcleel, and
most of them undoubtedly did so 1 tut ihe
esnlonage iikhi iliem was not ao close lhat
they might not hue voted at they likedif
they had poucMeal Ihe eourige of Ihelr
convict ions which Indciienricnts hone thev
will tteat next election.
Inside Ihe 1U, the tnmt peifvct dcroriim
prevailed, except when Mr. Kaiilukou occas
ionally forgot to restrain himself and, taking
voters by the nuns, led them towards the
ballot Ic.Tei with much ostentation. Only
one manifestly diunkcn 11111 nppe.11 oil. On
his way 10 the baljol box he held hit tax re
ceipt over his head and shouted in Knglish,
" I'm going to vole for the liquor bill." 1 he
Inside scene wnt a panorama of faces and
physique that would have liecn worth the
study of nn artist of Kir(raiturc. Sometimes
men of middle age were followed in the rinks
by vcnir.ible gray liennli or beardless boys.
In one instance the holder of a tax reciipl,
which gave the holder's age at 62, looked
about .10 ; but (hen Captain Luec, who ques
tioned Ihe mm narrowly, looked younger than
the man he was questioning and was really
older. Several striplings voted who looked
to lie less than eighteen. Hut they carried tax
receipts and no one looking on could tell
beyond peradventure of a doubt on which
side they voted. A fiw men voted the inmes
of electors away on the other ivlinds, absent in
intcHslanri sleanicit and schooners, or out of
the country. A number of dead men were
voted. Hut who shall say for whom the scoun
dtcls.voted who represented them?
Some dissatisfaction was expressed at the
crowded condition of the inauk? entrance way.
Hut it does not appear tint voters were pre
vented from exercising the right of franchise.
On eveiy hand among the whites might be
heard expressions of satisfaction at the fair,
open way in which the election, progressed
as contrasted with the srenes two years ago;
and notwithstanding that improper influence
with the votes of the soldiery were charged
and not denied.
Mr. Gibson was perhaps the most gratified
man in Honolulu over the defeat ot Mr.
Carter. "Tint man upset Harris in 1S72,"
said Mr. Gibson, "and we don't want him to
try the same game now."
Mr. Claus Sprcckels was present at the polls
for a few minutes, and discussed the situ itioti
jocoaely with Mr. It. Castle and other
All day long the wagons and carriages of
the two parties were lunnuig to and fro on the
various refute', drumming up voters. Many
persons who rarely vote turned out last Wed
nesday, including at least one haole of ad
vanced years who had never voted before.
Throughout the voting, prominent citiiens
had access to the scene by the inakai doorway,
and the central stairway up-liore ihe forms of
many of the community's most solid men,
during the afternoon. Govcninunt officials
were in and out. Marshal I'arke and all the
different white policemen were nn duty at in
tervals during the day Deputy-Marslul Day
ton being present almost continuously. Mr.
Gibson flitted Iictween his residence and the
scene of action. He was ml seen much at
About 4:50 r. SI. Judge llickertou went up
stairs to the survey office and oblnincri the
official time, which, of course, agreed with the
judge's watch. The last voter tallied was
named Knilikulani. at precisely 5 r.u. the
judge declared the polls closed, and immediately
thcrcaltcr lha count licgm, and was I'.r.Ulicd n
few minutes after 7 o'clock, with the following
. So 1
joaatJi 6. Carjrr
Atttttt K. lluauukaa .
Jjef U. rUwslnal
A. I. KUttaa .,.,
rrjs i'jk 1
Ke,eaaal.. ... 1
Th result wat leceirjl witti clivers by the
Admiiilsl union (sirty, and without auy uvi-
dencea of bitter riiaappoinlmerit by the lode-
prndcnlt, Mr. Carters defeat was by a
majority so much lets thin that which secured
Mr. Giustoo hit Matt twn years ago, lint the
pronounced gain in aupiuit among the native
tote could not but t'luMurage those who hnp
fur an Independent victory and who hope for
one two years from now.
.Ixo'falj .lic lluHtlulult I'uie.
In 1&S2, Honolulu polhal ijji sotet. ,Mr.
Gilison received 1 15J. Mssrv Carter, Kunub
akea and Kalaukna raii at that lime, and re
ccived in llie older ot mention jjo, j;y and
jgS vole. A glance tihe tablet will
readily show lhat tlntte have bacn Imponant
In lipendcnl gain. In 1SS0 the highest vole
forA.lv Kunokkea, wm6j , In i!';8, for
U. Mlo, 1075 t in tSjfi, for Huiry Water
hwtve wat 7.1,2. The voi this year vvns iji,
a gain aiTaiji over the total vote of &J2. Mr.
KuiIuUm ikcWisI 1,120 volet but Wdne.
da), lew by ) than Mr, r.iWm iKtifasi in
li-altl,ix.l;li the u4alU lldt yeir wu
4VI larger tlian then.
tht lill.tr UutH llLtrl.ts,
the election ia the ott.ir Jl.tiittticterlUst as
IW.V AND WAIINAC
Hon. F. Ilrowii...,, 2 11
J. P. Kami,.
S, Kaopua ..... .,...,.,,..
J. N. Kaiaikiwiha. ........
K Kaailiko .
S M. Kaankal
ri ttfrtllnH tin Ih IHIifr ttlnmh.
Srass of the Heel Ion M the Ml,,in eamll-
ilales on tha iHhrl lalandi wm rereWl yesln
UhaliMi J. W, IfcriMftftri fa. Al-'do
U'allnkm W. O. Hmftr, nnd Kannlii.
liana 1 Jitaapfi OaMwr.
IsUarMpf tl 1 John llkehanlstm,
Knlialai flmtfrey Itfnwn,
llsmikiiai It anna nianai,
llltni I). II, llhetanttlcaifrij. .N'awalif,
North Ron t 0. W. riltii.
Srmtn Kona 1 Mahlfli,
rlmt 1 Kanhnne.
mrrtrm.w Aitn i-aiaj.
Knpihea and Nanrrin,
Lihnertml Kokm 1 H. Ik Dole.
Walnvis ami NRfmn 1 W. H. Ilnwell.
HanaMi l. II. I'alnhau.
Vh I'Jrihnn In Hnlt'tltt,
'Ihe election results In North KoImI.i )eslr
day ate teporteri In have ttiohl 2.1 5 lor God
frey drawn, trj foi KanHunhi, Ih deputy
sheiflT, Ijo for Kekfpl, y for J. Moamnll, 1
for William While, 1 lot Kancalii, 1 for Ka
Iwokan't, Mr. While had Ihe good sense In
back down in favor of Mr. Ilrimn when he
hhw that his own chances weic nothing.
Krl.lpi was prnlnhly ttis best native randi
dule, so fir at chiracter and honesty of
Hirioe were tmicrrncri, but hit friends did
not .ill llilnk,he was ihe best man for the im'-
c.nlort, (S, I'. Ivimiiiohi's plalfotni was free
rum, free gainbling, free glint iwder (ivhing,
and gnvsrninenl npproprlalloii In siqqiori
Morninn scho'ila. Hut he was Ihe government
candidate and whit more could be espertrd
than thai he should be all of 1 piece with it.
lie is uiil to hive drawn attention tn Ihe low
fines recently impiiwd iir cowl on criminils,
taken the credit ol it Impliedly, and adduced
lhat nt one rrivm why people should vole for
him, as though n man were In say, " I have
liecn deillict In my duly, I Invc abetted thaf
which I was sworn Its aippnsc, I hive prim il
myself ditlmnett, Von yourselves arc a lot of
rigimurrini, and now I'm juvt the man for
you," lilt limner wat very wordy and the
central figure was a great lion striding over
volcanic Jieakt emitting red flames. A filling
emblem of destruction, for in this case it
could be an emblem of nothing else.
Feasting nnd fees arc said to have secured
"considerably in my" votes. The election was
comparatively quiet and orderly until laic in
the afternoon, when liquor and the excitement
of election hail wanned men up to fighting
Results in Waimea hive not yet been heard
from by the writer.
K0I10I.1, February 7, iSS-t.
.7eeon i'reeeii ogv "ii .oaofi.
The following particulars are reported from
Lanai by Kckaula, who from this showing
says lhat all votes but one were cast for Kupi-
heaand Nakalcka. Three Norwegians voted
who had no quilifications, also two South Sea
Islanders who had arrived but a shoit time
previously from Molokai and one other, un
Three cases of liquor were at the polls, two
of which acrvcai for a tint: as Aanlt f r two af
the inspectors, the assessor and collector. A
runner brought up the voters tn the ballot box
toteelhat the right ticket was deposited under
penalty of being turned off the land with all
their families and lielongingr. After voting,
the voters were kept in the school house till
noon when the liquor was dealt out. At this
stage the policeman, left his post of guardian
ship till abiut time for closing the lh.
Xie lllto i:irrll,t.
The election at I lilo passed off pleasantly,
with as little excitement as is usual on such
occasions. J. Xawahi received 500 voles; I).
Hitchcock, 4$$ ' ' Wahine, lyo : J. K.
Akina, 157; E. P. Iloaai, 20. The district is
proud tnsend two such able and sterling men
to the Hawaiian legislature. In the eve after
the result Iseing known, there were some fine
fireworks and playing by llilo brass band.
There was also u transparency carried around
the streets On one side were the words,
" No poly gamy or. corrupt ion "; on the reverse
side D. II. Hitchcock and J. Nawahi, with
the picture of a rooster between the names.
The gentleman elected. It is thought, will
crow right every lime. Those who voted for
them have entire confidence in them.
llilo, February 6, iSSa. J. A. M.
T,e lAthnhttt .'eetian.
Licet ion day in I.ihaina vvas marked by the
usual demonstrations nl ihe natives, lmt by an
unsual and unexpectcil absence of drunkenness.
The few who luvd indulged served only In
amuse and excite the envy of the rabble.
Liquor was not free it had not arrived on
lime. After the classing of the polls the in
spectors of election aiinoimrcri the count in
favor of J. W. Kalua first, I.. Aholo stcond.
The two government candidates being de
feateri. J. W. Kalua is a radical independent
mm, a good nnd fearless sieaker, a nun oj
much influence among the natives Hi' col
league, L. Aholo, is jKipularly looked upon as
a doubtful man on (lie fence. Much is expected
from Kalua, M.
Laliaina, 1'tbru.iry 7, iSSf.
'i'Ae tttl.rr l.UltuI:
TI.e weather at Hllo was delightful last
week, while aUive and below the weather lud
been quite unpleasant.
Tin: schooner L1111111 Claudiua will take
sugar tn San Francisco lids trip from Ihe
Hitchcock plantation, Hawaii.
China New Years at llilo was a noity and
lively one. llie streets were full of crackers
and ctaekeifirers. There were nn arrests for
Gilding a live cent pine and pasting it oft
for i five dollar piece was the recent exploit of
4 llilotlc It is u lw hoped that he will 1
caught in the act nest time, and given the full
benefit of Ih tw. A native was the victim.
The sojiilarluiM at llilo, kepi by Dr. C, JJ.
Kitholge, hit had quite a minlier of guestt
lately, sinungthcrn being Mrs. U, O. Hall of
Honolulu, some of the lady leaclurt fioui
Makavaao Seminary, Maul, and olhais.
Mr, L. C. liid or,k off 3 acres of r'tnons
tlul gate about -15 thiiliri of jutcv. Lvru
at S50 fnhuvls 10 a cliiifici thcio would lc 18
Ivuu of wgar. Kstrannliuiiy ! nearly two
ton nunc per ne tlun the highest yield that
planter ever liari. Hut It wa w only 3 acres,
A Utile Potluguoc girl on the KohaU plan-
latiou had hri arm on the track of the trash
WH 11ml il hailly uiaslieil by a kudeJ car
that run ovet it, pushed by her i)u father.
The parents abmlutely rcfuseil to let the arm
be amputated, pun-iing lat llw chikl lukl
die, If tlul wrrc tit be lha nccvssaiy sltcroa
live. Nature sometimes docs wiMkr, au4
that is the only chancv of the chiM't living
when the last, account came.
Mr J P, Coakc srir -J bylbcMaiinovi;
fur chiidiea ;uaip,i; br,
7ie llrllfllnilt Mnnlhllr; ,
lis. ..j. II , 1.1. .1.-1.. a .11 , . I
,.,- -j. , ,,- . MiiBimniiy .inyirmfap ao O'i
wllh Popular mus mental ia entiniail In the
Anjjtlean I hnn h I hronx Ie for t'ebrnmy, lia
ilepailnienis ateas iianal qiiile (nil. Ihe fol
ltw!ng esrerpt It flptopoa a topir already
Irwlril al Imt4ih In these columns! "In it te-
(Cfl rrHiriLrr nf Ihe Hal a 1 day Press I here ap.
f-rfl a Itliglhy letltr trtsjtnsnf ;, , i fn
tvlili h II vms nitde In aritar thai the tmim
turn nf llmioltilii weie In a nana. oWnrihle
fWaHllmi, aaarklly erwaklftt;. If rnif yrmns
nttn dn geriaiially feel a lid. writer ifsfa,
It nrly ft alHil llni sanm' of tlnin mm In
Ofii ngifeinant as In whal Ihey 1 1 link wasuld
imprfrte Ihelr rofHlillnn, and lliett eilips lw.
trewlent nsiU will aria lm will fiml tt
wSyl and the mennt tn brln itlamil the Im-
pftsfWient daarfrail We rarnmmaAil tn all
ywmg rnw, who.ne deasailtneil with ih'anelal
aatvanlHa '' I l",luln. lo go arvl resale for a
slmri lime at Lslwlna, N-nith Kona, Walmea,
or, In ftfl, any nf Ihe emtinty dlatilrtv Not
inaiiy jMismtn, a ldy wfih hr family rame
In fartile In these Island.. She live.1 fair a Ikhi
ifmelii llnunluhi before taking her departure
'er tlf Island mi whlrh was her new homr,and
the rMme to the eoiie.liialoii lhat I loimlulii was
ill sluwest plser which she had lived In. We
IM nnt galiMay her monks latt simply lold
her avethoiild bear thein In inlml until f met
on her next visit In Honolulu, 'I hit look
phre iIhiuI a year and a half latrr, when we
quietly atked her whal the now llmaight of lo.
iiohiln. 'O,' said lia, 'It Is a per feel
dlte.' Wr believe our young men would think
Ihe Friend for Irbruart contains No. t of
Mr. Frank Damon's Rambles In China. 'Ihe
present Installment it a capital one. Nothing
could well lie lieller than the piragraph headed
A Carnival ol Naliont. There It a limely
word nbniil Chinese fruit, and an appropriate
suggestion ihtl Ihe llawailm Agricultural Si
ciily do something sIhiiiI Intimlio log some of
the best Chinese varieties. The Fibriiarv
friend has vuiie veiaes by Mr, (J. W, Stewart,
reptlnted on the first page ol the Prcst today.
'I he llnet jingle prettily, Mr. Damon's eira
graph almiit fruit contains the following! "We
shall find here the gieal golden 'piimeloes,'
looking like huge oranges - and which, nt this
season, are in tlj-'lr glory. The lies! come
from the district of Amoy, and are highly
prized In the maiket. 'I his fruil Is sometimes
brought In the lalamls -but it has become hard
ami pithy by the lime il readies in. Illtherc,
however, ale licioutly juicy nod rcfnihing. 'I hen
we are enjoying now the 'persimmon '--not
hitler and acrid like its American rumc-sake,
but sweet as a custard, with delicate llavor.
The great heaps of this flame-colored fruil now
e,oseri for sale, are especially beautiful.
Luge niinibeit of 'persimmon' trees have
Ijeen shipped of late years lo California from
Japan. 'Ihe 'carnmliola' it now in season, a
singulir eight sided fruit of a greenish-yellow
tinge, with a refreshing juicy flavor. Tlia.ii
there is a fine little orange, with loose skin.
wnicn would, 1 am sure, no well Willi us.
They are arranged in attractive little piles, al-
leady ppeleri. The skin is used by the Chi
nese largely for medicinal purposes. 1 have
seen no large oranges ytt, but am told Ihey
will come towards Christmas time. Of comse
the spring or summer fruits arc now over.
Prominent among these is the 'lichee,' which
flourivhes finely here at Canton pciluqn as
our agricultural society Is now established, wc
may have some of these; fine fruits introduced
jieio the islands. Certainly it would lie well tn
ake a lew expeiunents.
.ir.otar .Sooie Hecntl VlalLirA
Mr. Moneuie I). Conwsy's "mission" to
Sydney has proved a failure. With the ex
ception of Minday night, when he occupied
Mr. Hrighl's theatre and had lhat gentlcma's
audience, he has alisconrsed chiefly lo empty
Irene-ties and the thin air. What does this
mean ? for one thing, it indicates a just dis
crimination as to Mr. Conway a merits as a
lecturer. Whatever he may 1-e as a thinker,
he is one of the most dismal speakers that ever
inflicted half-articulated sentences upon his'
friends. A lecture with a shilling turnstile at
llie door should always lie an entertainment,
and he would announce strange taste indeed
who should affirm that Mr. Conway had
entertained him. And as a thinker Mr. Con
way is also a disappointment. lie mscri as
an cxonent of modern thought, .., great
deal of revered ancient thought he tried to
argue or ridicule out of every claim to serious
regard ; but the ancient thought aloes not show
any signs of having liecn really scarred by the
assaults. It would be a libel nn the big
brained men of the world to say tliat Moneure
D. Conway is one of them. He is a man of
comparatively small intellect, but has read a
great many looks ami picked out nf them
whatever would serve his professional pur
jioses. A clever newspaper correspondent he
no doubt is ; but there may tc a wide clia.m
between such a man and a capable cuponnil
of modern llumght. One nntcwnilhy feature
of his " misviou " is that he was almost de
scried by the noisy '' free-lhinkirs " who crowd
llic theatres on Sunil.iy niglils. He was
liiassed, but not biassed enough for Ihcm ; he
used rliptrap, but wanton sparing in its Use
lor them ; he was rich and apt in quotation,
but he travelled far beyond the poor scholar
ship of Colonel Ingersoll ; lie tried, however,
ineffectually, to talk intelligently to intelligent
men, but the "free-thinkers" rrqtilie that
thtir orator should tickle their ears rather tlun
task their brains. We have to thank Mr.
Conway, therefore, for one small mercy: .e
has, curiously revealed ihe shallowness, Ihe
Iiiitplence, the vulgarity nf Sydney " free
thought." The leal scepticism of a community
like this is not found inside the theatre on
Sunday nights. 'I here is far more of it inside
the churches then, and still more outside 1-sjth
chinch and theaue. It may be satisfactory tn
many people o know lhat liontsl doubters
cannot find anything like foml In the pieleiue
of learning, the decayed sentiment, thcghatll)
jokes, and the shilling claptrap of the pro
fessional oppunents of Christianity. SyJmy
l.O.OKM.V. Miss lltAUIItr.
Ily the way, llten, if Miss Heaudel urre a
nun, instead ol Iieiug the fairy that the is, we
would humbly suggest to liei lhat there U surh
a thing as ling tou tragic, True ttsion it
neither pyo.Jeclinie nor pompons. Some actors
ami actmsrt aie like some singersthey
think to make up by volume of voice for what
they lack in tone. Rigidity of utterance
might lietouie a ghost from Ihe other win Id,
but il ilcHt nl liecimie a being of llesJi and
blissl in this. Mis, lUaudcl goes to such a
Iragiu pilch that the says the most ordinal)'
things in a liolhiH, funereal way, which at fust
makes iwe Imagine she is reciting the service
for the dead, "John IV.'r-tunu.n.tr "Miklcr
rel KrilixUkr Why tliisa We are sadly
afratal -li4 Heaudel lias fallen Into u evil
style. Hut she Is musing. When the low
ers to her full height in a spasm of pastion,
she looks like an rtcileil iinaiy, We are
sorry lo have to uy this. Let us nuke friends
in a lyhine. Put your lilywhite ha.l t'j your
tiny pink' tar, and listen, So
tl, kills USf,
I Hssl at tlsvaslasa
lis I'm .Un Si.il.
fa vrUa nf jvo-
that n IttM taSai
traaaaif. fc aaaaa,
WS, fcawsis , Waaa um,
Aa fsna, Hra4 aa f rasa
I l rStaPaWlsj I'saJs'a'rTi
al a'JMaaasaaal AaB
vaw WmOTel rRy
I ff MlfAt n4arliTr'iVfr4
Vsw r, aaal .my 1
An, jf ika. ahaafW
Vs'Wt iraaal, ,wH aswl lr
A M ,fee,enp,' ,tjarel,
'fire Han I'mnehen Halle tin r,f Jamwiy jiai
haw Ihe foltnsvlng paragraph)
"The (ioverniflent nf Hawaii riatrierfrieiltn
ennslritrt a earmtiMr tyslrni nf wnrka for ntip-
piyins; im- cuy 01 iimKiluliI wnil waier, anl
plana for the wme are alrrtuly urnler mnsilta
m. Maj. A. Hen ler of litis rily hat ln
"(!ael consulting eriglii'er, ainl will (rare
for the islands rii lite steamship Mirltiosa, lo
rtionow. Major llemlrr Is a thoinughly trained
a-nglnrer, hfng liad eltaigeof Irnrmtlaril work
m ihe t hesapeakeawl Ohio Canal, the lialli
inoie sml Ohio lUiliiieri awl Ihe HriiilifieM
Itstl'oari. 'Ihe drtiiplilloii of the ltaliiKrr
atvl Ohio Itailioad lo Wheeling in 1X51, was
an esent in his engineering record, at the Im
poilnrit woik was done under his imnitrilale
ssipervMim. Major llcnder came In California
twenty-sit yean ago. In the rapidly of rlsil
eflglnajer in the liilled Htales Nat). Since
lhat time, lw for sli years held Ihe ilion of
ihqmly suiveyir general of ihe slate, for two
tears had tlnrgr nf the conttriiction rf the
Western Pacific Railroad, and has len ac
lively employeil In the construction of other
important workt nt different polnti on this
Major (tender iirivcri yesterday on the Ma
riposa. A repretentaliveof Ihispatiercalled un
him al ihe Hawaiian Hotel, 'I lie major sail
thai of cimrse he rould noi say anything defi
nite about woik he lad not yet looked Inln)
lud thai he should give Ihe water system of Ihe
city a thorough examination and repoit tn Ihe
government in due ronrse.
Hie Hartford will lie due Wednesday or
'Iliurtriay of next week.
II. I. 11. M. S. Itnzboynik will sail for Japan
during the coming week.
'Ihe Itritish link Ilelle Isle it at the foot of
Likeliike whirl taking ballast.
The Hrilivh ship Aleryslwitli Castle il al
liiewcr A Co.'s wharf discharging.
'IV American bark Sparlau has hauled Inln
Sorenson't wharf. She will sail for Hongkong
The larks lolani nnd Kile are in the stream.
When they will tail and where ihey will go
area! present uncertain.
The O. S. S. Mariposa arrived yesterday
and docked al ihe Company's wharl where she
is now discharging.
The American barkentine Kitsap is at the
font of Fort street discharging lumber. She
sails to-day for the Sound.
The Hawaiian bark Kalakaua is at Soren
vm's wharf loading for San Fran-iscn for
which port she will sail in a day or two.
The American bark Ceylon arrived last
Monday, 1.17 dayt from Host on. She brings a
general cargo consigned lo Messrs. C Hrewer
& Co., which she is discharging at their
The steam line from this port to China,' via
Honolulu, hat lieen perfected, and an agent of
the company goes Last to-morrow In purchase
two first-class, powerful steamers with which
to inaugurate the service. The reort that the
Hell Itock wirfild be the pioneer vessel was
erroneous. San Franciteo Diity Cttimtrcial
Neva, lit tmtant.
T. It. Foster, President of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company of Ilonolulv, who
is al present in town, has contracted with
Hall Urns, for a steamer of about 650 tons, to
ply between the Hawaiian Island?. She will
be built with special reference to the traveling
public, and her cabin, staterooms, etc., will
lie tupcrior to those nf any steamer now owntd
at the islands. She is to lie a fast lioat also,
capable of steaming fourteen mites an hour.
The steamer will be built at Hall Hros.' ship
yard. Port Hlakcly, and her machinery by the
Fulton iron works of this city, and it is ex
pected she will lie completed by next Sept
emlwr. Mr. Foster stales lhat when the
steamer is placed in service, a new route to the
volcano on Hawaii will lie opened, passengers
being landed at Kcauhou, which is within five
miles of the mountain, while the present route
necessitates a land journey of twenty-five or
thirty miles. This will be a boon to tourists
who are seeking the islands in increasing num-U-rt
each year. San Franciaa IXiiljf Com
mercial JVcivi, lit infant,
llrothrr llurtlttrr Jl.lkrt .SHie tt&aerrat-
"Dar am seb'ral things rial doan' look
'aetly right to me," said brother Gardner, at
he rul'lwd his lold head with one land ami
opened the meeting with the other.
"It doan' look 'rackly right to see one man
wuth ten millyun ilollarsan' xnodcr wulh only
ten cents (applause by .Sam j el Shin), but yil if
I wus de ten millyun dollar man I wouldn'
keer wherirr it looked right or not." (Sudden
end to Ihe applause.)
"It doan' look 'racily right fur one nun tn
own a great foundry, while anoricr man am
obleegeal to woik fur him fur $2 a day ("Hear,
hear!" from Judge Cadaver), lut if I wat de
$1 a day man I wouldn't frow myself out of a
job to spile de owner t$ tu pi rase a demagogue 1"
(The Judge subsides.)
"Il rioau' look 'rackly right tn see one man
hold ntris all de time, while anorirr man has tu
shove 4 jack-plane furalibin' (great ruvlle In
Pickle Smith's comer), but he who shovel de
jack-plane lias de ropeck of de rommunity an
keeps outer jail," (Ru.llc dies away.)
"Il dnu' look.'iackly right 10 see fo'ly law
yer itsli to defend a criminal who has stolen
money In hit pockets, while de offender who
am moneyless am left tn dig his way frew a
ten-foot wall wid an ole knife-blade (grins on
a rioscu fares); IhiI if I wat a lawyer I shouM
aim my money any odder way except by saw in'
Wood. De public rioan look fur any pinickltr
display of conscience on de part of lawyers,
an' riaifore turT'i no disappointments." (Grtins
no longer olnetvable.)
"Il (loan' look 'racily tight fur one nun to
have a big brick home an snoJer nun a tough
bod shanty, wt long 'lout tax lime tie nun
in the shanty kin sit on tie fence an chuckle
oyer lie fack dal he liaiu nch.
"It rioau' tool, 'tartly tight lo tee one man
go puvbin' an' sweMin' an tfuwdiu' eter tUxly
else off de sidewalk o let de public know dt
)9 am a king le, but such men have ( cany
de antiety of bciu in debt to tie laihw an' of
ili.Mii de grocer an of vulocjlbin $25 to
build a ehurch wid. nit a hope of bein' able tu
pay ten cents on de dollar.
"In fsck, my friends, dir" am heap, an'
heaps o' things dal doan' luok 'tartly rihl to
ut al fust g It nee, but when ye ramie to asgger it
up an' divide an' tabtrirt we've all gait a heap
lo k thankful fur an' to etiroua im to pit up
tlily in ile uiawnui', A uutn kionltMktata,
an' lay basis like a mule, aa kitk away at Je
hull world aV hate elrybly an' be haled is
latum, ot be kin pick up sartia ctustl a' esvo.
substaiw, rroad latter a teal Ut tie back ectad of
tie wagin. jn'uke a lwi q' coatitxt, kn.iln'
rial K4nelJy it wus oat dan bitatscIC Let us
accumulate to hUatu.'Vilrtil fn frui.
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Stnnttr Mnru, Ciptxia H.2L Howard, taited
from San frarKiuf. ithmxry ia, at jo.m.taivt ar
rltMal Honolultf, letruary h- at u.yt A.U. time,
fij-, Jih.. Mm. UVaihrr : rlrU tint five dar.
modrrale wind fiom S.I- .W, ; from UtUude
5V $ looeuiiiie u8y,ii, to port, vtolcral
wind W. 10 W.N.W,f oquaUr. P-v-nrr.--CaWot 4;
rTia 17 ; Ton of ouzo, sjyx
Mtrr Chant VeiieH Now In Port.
JfCLLK I UK, . . ... ..
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KAIK, KcthfsrtA . .
M Atf ra k, I toward ,
ifABTH Oulry. ...
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Vcnelt Expected from Porflg-n Port.
JtisMCN, Gr. Ik-SncA... , ....lloDuua
lu rtttTw. MAckrcld Co., ajettts.
0i..vs7wt lint, IA. Humaii Witt
Doe Aurtl i-c O. W. .Masculine? i (jl. a?etf
Hum hot ut. Am. tern I). S. Wiluahi OUcn
110, Jan. ic.
LivfttrooL, Hrii. bt. Clan Giant
To tail end of IC
Nftw Voth. Am- IV. AaaiR Carv VmStiiyn
Due, April S- Caftlt Cook, agent.
Sh KiiANCiKO.Am. tv-h. Amna McCoHh
Udmc Jan. 15 W. G. Irwin 40, aentk.
San lHAci'cot,Atii tk. tAl.kiz .. .HobiorJ
tjoimz Jan. 15. 11. llwlitU t Ux, aenit.
San rBiNcitto. Am. h. Clavs SraxtUA. !tw
Kcr Kabului. Due now.
Sam FftAMctc, A in. .-, City or SvpNav...Swburr
Due Feb. 4, II. Haafcld & Co. aSroii.
Sruxcr. Itm. 1.1. Al'talia Gbeu
Ihte rtb. 17. llackfcld & Co., ajcrtui.
Frooi Kauai. -r IwaUnl, Februaxr T Landur.
Ki Kev U.rbop of Honolulu, Mr A WilL.
From KJluaantl W'alanae, per la Mat, Feb
ruary U'VHorncr.TJ Wall, K Keron. Wl Bram-
uu, j n coil J
Iroct Maui ami MoLA!, jaer Lcaua, Fcbruarr a
A Sn:Uir, J Fishcr. J McOJaran.
From Maui and Hawaii, per Kru.11, Fcltnurr -
MiA M Abeona, Mm K PJijao, Tl'esUWr, MnCV
Akwj. Mr- KCHxul, Mr AU ajd ttuld, Faiberlo.
nor, Ilruhrr Asitu aiid AruiU.
Inxn Kahuloi, er KiUtwa llou. Fersruanr )
Ilarle. W PA Hrewer, I! Stint.. II P WcnCwvrtn.
CaplU)Uy, WTkb.u.learKiwr, G Vrdmaiu
Frsun .San Fru-fiavco jr MauirM, FcU-uarr
K S Cunha, Cape J C .mwonh and wife, M 1 lura
Aimwortb. Mim Outvie Auuwonl, Ml Xtt-lh An
drew. H iWritr, J Katdiei, K II Hind, C F. Kctn-p-ittr,
II P lone anj wife, Mim Graze Joo-t, MtM
Mary C Jarloa, W It UU. CManls Mr Paul Neu
mann and 4 cMtdren aM nunc, C II Ubaunn, Ml
I P Cooke and 4 children ai nurw. Ret A Mupeeo,
l J II Mallard, I PSaiier. Mi Suvie Hale, b K
SlUU, J UFcr, SCairns FC Jxmw, Major A S
iVnder, lofidJ Klau, Mr M l-evtton and c.ldrcV
Kalf Merry, I.lUsi.i, KM Heller; 16 sit fT,e. ,
For Maul .nd Hawaii, per IJkehLc, FeUuAry
WGiey, W V Horner Jr, O UahlWhn, W CuruaUi,
For Kauai and WaUuae. per lat MaLee. February 4
C M U hue, Mit G W.uniik.i. I lae, '
Ft Maui and MoLkai, fwr IKua, YthrvArf 4 Mr
(rto U ruch, H WUtens Foier, W D AIeian.Ur,
For Kauai, per lwala-U, )fUuary Mr Mjut A
KiTUleUn, W W ItOpAT, iMV Tatil I KaVtOaV Mtt
Annie K, KraluhA.
For Maui nd Hawaii, per Kinau. Ftttrwarr s J ll
Gtbswo. P Mclnerney, Mr S il ttiUer, Jr. Mf and
Mr AR little, II Cornwcll, W K Anuui. P K Aiatrr,
U...ks U-- Ul - .1 It 11. a . u m .. ,.
Maurr VAX K StW, W PA Hcewtr, I CKhIwx-J!
Mit Aicnul, ) K lUtnlmAa. K Hjner. K CafKn. W
lor Kan-thai, per KUeAue ou, Fe1nury Cpt
II Hajley and 11 mounted tottce, Mr Muw nnd
famhv. Irank lAtcaA, Mr J rarmwMth.P ptter bur
que, II II Weoiwxmh.
I For San Fraii.icj, per Wm. ft. Irwin, February o
Mr D S Piecott,j H lUtcotk, J P Cnk mL, U
ldr. P Noi., l, H.M04A.
Iir PuilowtMend, t-rr MAual, Ft Unary 5 P G
Brauutn, O Olevw, j KOrr, Pfiey.j Hevam, A W
I'rsew. I tou jo, per Ce-jkjn, Fetcuar) a twewtr Co
4epKaetou.i4cetua.it. wco.l,i. c Uid,a hx
powder, jocaod iaU4Lard oU, j Xl tar, m UM
puch, ia c hoe handle, toe Urt aM loUuJrul,
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roisf, 4CUasIhi. ik.kaiK tC-wBe4eJL 4 la mX
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bdl wWtfcs iC UH bead ftnd 4 4 W t!lXe,
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lit Itaat C. . HassWrnattt atfi ssu.i.
sUaWsasSfsW WFaf Pt? "Wl W " HHaWFWsl
A Trftren AsnHinainl nf Tirf Xlix;
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Inct, Tail. H.t, MarWit- ttaxk ,4
fiAnfft, a natatTltri, Hanai, AlfM.
Coimtgt, HiMin CMat aat4
RUk, Grvt-crslat, I'aner, Ctraa.) MriMiH"
Ilarar'. Clip, Ae
,1rn'n I'liriihliliiil (I noil.
SMtt, VltAAtn, H.it, Cattt, IIMcrr. Da., as
alt., Merlnt ant Cotton UataVrtMrtt, Vk,U
tl-,vjfi) SM.ts.Soctrt ft Sl.MJtlears.Otir.,
lUnijJaaacallara, Vvnir4t, a Utgm aM-
oie. i,l Cl.OTIUIIC, camtsli..;
el Flat. SUci. CVtl. CtaU ..!
I'aiila, liuiliaVfH Dae'aa,
I'antaan-l Kail a. fill.
Mohair, Pi III,
tier's Slilla. and
Ctiit-irrar's ;.t,la. I.
R. Costs rc Lezchsict, M.ft-
tf w Saitatr JacVets. Carjttt
fill nj art. Silk atvi t, C. Uo.WaHaa
Ml'jraaoll, Kauac-r 1 7raaB4r
Slussla, Cotton and TaiktaJi Tol'
Whit unit I'avt QaUn, PrK l(oasivi Bens
aa la Carolina M& .al V.Irat Hi'Ziai. Thres-ta
Vhlte. aM Po;r niaiVati,
P.acy Elil:.) Vtxileo, tso tUi,
Starlet. Oure. Vtt WootM .fct a m.tl,
ilattoot lor SMti. Coata, I'jtnlt, Ix.a,
i'i:u cum v. it v,
Ontttise KaMa n rjaaUme- m !' I'
Irscla, Tattlrt ls flljnniisa, I La'
fill, QmaVs, lwtaatBsslai. IV". I.
fVAl laf. JfaaVf, OM Waukn.
Tap, Klutir, Sraab, ASt.iia
V.iltv&M. Ataa, t.tiatinx rmm j.4 l-itai,. 1 1.
rVllees, Mirrors, ai
Sn.lillrt, 'ilfil.lii., tltrllf,tlrrM)i Iralltrr,
ll-pA I. K. na-aUtt(,Caaa4HukMa.
CRATES OF ASSOKTBD CHOCK ffrV
Cnnuuimaz fkaes, Cattta. Tc.fy4. HmtK 1 hdm.
Kicc liafM. siad flakeas, fSaaaiMwaafaa t t
CatLiaH, SaastW tlultf, Vitt aa.4 vkmmulf, Id
uA TintA K. C1 Isaaja, tlmanai. f .
Itualapa, WJv.k n.l rvtaUlaaawkiatc I-m., II.a
SUCaAK A.tn RICK HACS
U all stars aiet asiti.
Sardines In hsti ami qoarter hOAas.
Salt In Jars, Crt"r Oil in tins. Matches
Cocosnut OJ, With Blue, II. Willi. L.vi,
Stearin. Candles, 4. j. ami . I!, ft. P. Iliseoll.
Habbsck's Unseed Pilot Oil. White Zmc P.lst,
Oeriiititi ami Jimiiitt Ciytir,
Plat's! araeSj.aaa, K'stIm. t'nrt.
as Catt-., Napla. asanas. Wm. w -
Pu-tet ail Cickar Knlart, SaVl' .. Sk'j. - v
Xeadlea. Snaita. libra, Spui. (Waaaal 11. .' .
ttiw law. Kc Kteasa, liaatr, t.K
;iiItU ! Cauaisusj. KauU, Ll-e-T.
lULLatt lcul. ftWaase t-4eiaa, it
Fire CUj, BLscktmlrh Coal, Fire nrktts, Tues
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac
OriSttt frbaat tt ibdsar Ittsaa tuaaar .ttassiadtis
. il. IhirkfrlJ Caa.
TOHH A. PALMEK
E. II. WOODWORT.I
llsaelhistlsr fgawcsl jtoa-tuttneatUjaiuaJa tW osax
THr CltYSr.H.SOl,l IIUUKS CO.
lluasoUka. No.alaT a, llt
Joms A. Psuaaa. K. II. W'c&KTaa
THE CRYSTAL, SODA WORKS.
SODA WAT Kit.
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tlac UKreaatu aVctaau4JallKnKa csaaua. trf V '
saparaaus-. 0r fiaKarr AW as af,4al to tLc aMCsstasl.
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kcue a raalial. etftvaliani: itatrA, ta aa.-a,-M-U uutmr
ankir. UiKI, UmSctal U Uaiulataot atklUjtawa.
Wc' aakc a viajf. tilr IraJs aul Jstiit
Oedtrs laft .ilk Maws lluaui Sauk. Cu. .St
praaueaef tasL -a' -
Oadars rraaTflMraaiVst asiaanW.nl rtt. caastis
uttak atal ka ikajd .kKMt at.laa'.'-
THE CRVSTAL SOUV VAORRS,
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" CCONOMV IS vvt-XLTH.'
THE GREAT TEH.CCXl' VrOXE
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