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".' TW twtttvajtaa baaT armfcetars sagas ks at
traetlaa; 1 iliraMi Mi'I"" aw to Calif.r?i. aaal it ha
aat aallBaty aaat tuiww.m wU aaaa a p"
tiraaulty. TawUtt MM B aa aJaita I a law
tmkol aaal yteaJa aa iMwU;, laat My -
,rBat b aaadw aitl pnAaUy a aacreaarad aw mr
u j.jwim am fi ift - rl,t'- I wnahrfrt
inta nf s as aa thin. BJ I!J bw tmnd MUaJnl
WBa. t grraaef espewaes Umm ia Earup share mm at !
aaicti If raw. "MP BaalarwaJ at -
1 lk raaauaat raws Umu Boa MraM, W la aaaa I
1 tBaa Be iwnnV"" ! Catfamaa wLi be at
m en- j
lblkJaal an4 aarrwa aa. Tfc- to aaU wbirfc cm only I
r-a actual tiMrinnl. 'l anUn la. dWw.
r Um ataao&rlu af aaarw Craaa lU, ami la praamt
wa tta4 laa tuUamlat in aa itcaw t I
)aa aanjr anl taxXV joara ar. MarryraaX. at BtTms j
r . a- .. ikal para maf.it hm mxutu (ma ,
- taaitrfaaaf Baa , la I7WW. Attkaa laf itawxal Ilka I 1
jJAJBtaaaaacaBatr7 ka rlaa. a at baawaaant
A aavUi. iU aa aua maf BToaa kael rw4. 1W aaara a-naa ta j
a.i.aai t.na'Mmara U cl U n, w auar. raaal la auaiily I
Waat liaiiaav lit raatJ a laa fcia of Vnmum a j
kaWuf H. wkaaaVt4 M. Atckara) $!0O.l k tha kowKha. .
Tla baw aaltra tfm aaa tr Uerataaf, auJ ciioVtvI
M sa aajxt af aat asia rtaara. Taa timmmm aaaat at Kaaarl .
KaAja.' THa avantiarlavw facai4 a (mat laaaataa a Iraara
to U4X tUtwrtaacata wara aW aitfh d.ff-ma rvu(a aod at I
lata, aitr aanaua craKiat a avaO. a kind a kart aa p. f
ji I whics kaa Ban a.aca kacrara aa la raara cika fcaat
Uuav ia I X Wwiaa aaa ff i.taa kaa. aaw ftimit
Ik raw atata-rial al a aar j nlnant tr-ic. la Iba Jteaf lVj-,
rraawa raiaarf ana tu aia-1 tana U brat aocar i ia
Uraaa ZUaataw 14U,0ia kaa( aa Bamia. tu.uu luoa. f
Tkiaaatlnal Unu aaora Iha l.a a iMfcfMa ara at .
. . .a. a aTla. aaam - - - aaaf M In f fwavB i
yaa Tkaaiv af taati aariar Uw Cfup aa IV.JMO acrra j
Mr lb, Maaaoaar. aU4lk iba ti m wm auaaewkal pra- ;
Roaau. cauanl a avflura af Iba cuf, U la a bet (bat Iba braaJlb j
f luuil aaaa kaainartilT 1 T T T I
vi . . I
to kaa garavaay kaawa. La Cbiaa ta(ciaS It to aa !
Iba ktcreaaa, aa aoJaabty para fc la cry acaca. A tola J the fat weIu
Loarfa paper aaa Mat tMom (act j . We had in.MonUj last a Teri table " Steamer
u2Z'm'Z ' !' three ..earner, having left port. 1W ,
eflka araatoaa laaa'i yield, la tba arar rropa Ktaaakal tj, IOAao jrbirh Went to ea abuut 41 o'clock, foL
at kaa Ikto ayacaaa aaa bara) carrknl aa mtrtk aa axtaajA thai tha ... . . ...
aaual rkaraewtatica af that aWttiua of bra ripancaa f lowed a few Euuiutea alt-T J the KlLACKA, ana then
aa rtrkna af taTua-baaa kanartMy aVOTpad. ThaBn4 1 , & tLe j. t k h King'. Tacht in tow anl
arrival af KaJaaw baa Cn Ibrmrr jaara U al2l3aw "'v' , . M
pawa bat Daw. aa ptiocipally Ibrooxb Ha Ouaa. it ml m Iba proceolcd to aCa. The New 1 Oi k paper, bo&et oeca-
tXuir'ZTmZ tonally of ten or 1-cJ.e ..earner, lea,inS port during
UbTra-iaa' eacja tairl rrpaaia atkra ntrfmte aob aore , a jjy fuT till. citT, tl departure of three Mteank-
ii - - aiUl Mtltf a-fa lb rjSn J
CmvZ At praarat iba wttar tntnra tnu kmm
aMnaalbrt Ba Barrkaaa. aa M a kauaaa Ibat Iba I bineaa. after
baatna UnJ kaar an linairnan uaanttliaa af Uua tiiwra-
tivaly paur pmtiuct, tava aIU'raarU bruatfbl f wnl lb lharat
loaUtwa, II to staa reaaaorinf b knnw I hat Botrra af ah?p
vtaata Dmai Hbaachaa af realty .aa facka bava arrianl
avartaaal, aaa Iba Iba foaral aaUiy aCaa laaattbat part
la wrmM ta toa yaa a aapaty." - -
Attafcta by aaail frao tba Eaatoam Altoauc Dfaatcs report
traaa aa rar aaach arprturt pmra aa tbaa baa baaa kaowa
la Aaawtoa t thlrvy yaarav Prteaa af atrekaadtoa f aO d
aetiptinaa, bat aaxa taraciaOy Iba aiannftxtarca of eottoa and
want, ara rapblly aWHalaa: It Iba ralea carrvat bafura tba war.
ta Uia rarpact, tbavasxa, iba aVpaaaatoai wiU nvall b-wrftciaCy
ta tba p( la, aa U wttl fmlaa Iba (nl of awujr af tba acena.
aanaaaf tfe, aa4 Ula faa lara wUl kriaf a lajiaclim In tba coat
f iabae atwl ajaaofactaraa.
LGCJL fOMCKCIAU I
TV buul atraatar UmA aathnt praaaptly ao Monday feat, I
taking a tMt ear af lar ar kandml tiais, daiatoricy j
auucuy gf raflaary aaarwa. Yfm aoHea ibat aba too bat KiUa i
rr.O.Lal aadarata ibat lb. Alpaant. bltbarta aaada by tor
have aat paal watt, awiuf la iba torga par cauia of kaa frata j
array. UwaaMacaaaaa It, wttb a paaaacaof toaa ibaa la-a I
taaaaahS ta aaaaar Cmb CralthB tba beat af ardrr.if
penpa praatakai toiarla tot k. . Tbto frail UaiBa to aoa waicb
aagbt fc ba naaarasaat, aa Ibara to aa Eaaa b tba prodocltua
af araaaaa. Haiaa, baaaaaa, A, a a aara Btarbet caa bo pra
vbJHadann. ... . . .,
-Tba bark CrtVarao. arrive aw Suaalay nmhn frarn Baa
Fraartoea, batoe baj a ana paaaasa af Ibirtoaw ana a ball aye
Mb brbma a aataa carsi, aaj wtn luad back t iba aaaie poru
laaaBaarry bi fabraary. - -
Tba brieaotin Maawaaa? Jtar rtaraaii aa lha 2Kb troea bar
anaaalcraaaa ba tba Xawtnaarr alaltoaa in Xioonraia ba
Two loan bar female are aspeelea) ahnctly Cmaa Facet Boaad
Iba renM-iarte at HUa aad Iba rmaoa al Ibia port.
Tba cRppar Btiir to rtpactea) h txitb bare on bar wat
te China. Mia will ba aaa -aA Iba Aral af lbraary.
Tba swaaa parbat a'aaliaw a K. aatiua to sUkets
loIaeaVaaiSax aa Kauday aktt. t i ; r ' . - J .
i Tba acUiwaaa Aa iaaaa, BUely ta Iba aaaaa scrvkos, to t
aala, aad If aat eaU w Ul bo Saaoatrbcd a? oa Fraaetoca,
' Aavteea raaairod fcuaa Japan by tba loaf aaraaaer, report No.
1 Caiaa ansa al 44tS 10 per pica! of 133 Ujol, mud ta aboet
- taiaot antaMon af ant aa New Tors, 133.
Oil trry full and pebroa aooibwU. 1 -
COMUKHCIAt, ITMMS. !
Vnaatraf kaw awaabj AaaAjaJst faWBhlCaa! m Tflhtst awfTt'irnt flsf CUM '
racanTauacaaaaf tha aabanaa. t
The JUrvu-a frooi Uvarpaol to' Laroioa. whlck to kboat tba j
ma iraas .lew 1MB w t. aauocua, m accnapuaacu
Tea y eara aa (Vra were tXfiM t werekea ladiaaa
oal Ibera ara aoly aanat l,OUO, War, raaaand
Acaomiiaaj b a raraut ceaaao Baaaa eoalaiao SlSvT3 bababiU
aala. ami laa bal tie tha feotiftcal rHalca to aVr.1 1A Loaiba
t,Mn,Bca. Farts looAOea, CaaaUalirayia TltUOU, Bctlha
awavwa, MV Feterakarg ja,0oa.
By tba annrpeleo af bia aeaCo in laria, Ratbaehild recereed
lalellieenca of lha arreat af liaribabli aa buur and a half keturo
Iba fraweb Oaraiujaam received Iba .rat aieralcn. lie made
baif a aaUaVaB fcaaca by iba tefcrmaitoo.
Tha ontichnaa cros of 1M7 to a bulora roan pa red wllb Iba
boat af luciaer yeara. Fraaa awat of the raaesrowitit rex tuna
to tba Vi eat tba rvpuvta ana tba cnrttlllioa of tba eroo are
(toaaay. Ctcattina; a fcw Uvored bicaliUea, heavy raiaa baaa
peoveaead the carta iron aaataring ha aeaaun bacacape lha truot.
llora. Tba hop peoduct of Ota t'oibrd attaint Ibia year to
aalaaal I at tw.MMJMO p-aawla. af wbaeb 7UU.0Mt poaado ara
rradilad b aeanoia, and 4,UOU.U0w poando of Ibat la riaak
coney, ia thai Otata. Tbto ycar'a crup la Maak oatoly waa
ratoad aa aSS acrea. ofc SXMkvo pickcra to (Biker it, and
brnecbt Into iba Ciaudr7 f tfiuont.
. CatTivavios ar tms ajcaaa Bee r. Bpea kief ao thio
aobjart. Itta Bacrameob Bre aaja The prupuaiUuo of aeeeral
taan i ao eav'Wtota, aaa tie ibroacb Cex t.ordua.ef daa
r ranaiaca. ratmUTt aa Iba haUvdacUu af tba aucar beet la Caii
.braia, bTlina to attract allealaai la Ibio vlcWy. We bear of
several ianacra a ho tnteni plantiim earb a trw poanda of the
am, ao aa ao try it on their auiia and calntlale the ytobl per
aate. Aa effort to talked af befog made by anene of oar ciliseno
,eo baeo a Bwadua; of aoiakburlue Btraaero h-c taa parpuaa of
. raaaaliattoa la tba preauaea, aad we hope It wUl be earned into
fallain Base aw LlVBaanoL. The IxndVas Timta
Ao,U)a fcUawins; ao tba recent Bulnre af tba Royal Bank of
IJvtwaaalt The anonwcaient atado kabrly ta Iba haparoa
Bkatebuldaro af tba Royal Bank af Urerpoul akowed that tha
curMaiolaaOo taiaarctrd wttd that alTulr Banra I Baa realtae Ina
waeat aotieapattoao. It appaara that b aooet tba deaba of Iba
-baaa. aooiaatine to lMM.Ue tallaaat d aaaeba are aniy
Atjat7.l!i aad Ibat aiw tha aal Waa af Uaa- XaoOuO
. f paid aoca.aal and JttoO.OoO sf reaerva, Ua ahareaoldcrs
jailt.ttirr&av. be eallad apea ba proekbt bar a deacaracy of
a3Bj,47a To aoSao even Iba Band aoaie aaaa repreeenled by
.Ibantothr baaeta, a Inaff perbal w ill probably ba repaired,
aad hence a call al per ahara aa Iba .IMJO abarea anba
wtiarh the CMan-ra to aieblad bos baea a- nwl aoaantauely aec-
aantry. Thia abtaahl prxdtaea X-l-Voon, kal it auay ba a utai I
hat as aaany caaaa tan anaaad ana bo but atoatty oe laaper.
fcatly aaawtroil. Steanwktia, appear Ibat ia addaaa tn tba
oaahloaa aileaarao bo ruaCnaaara by ahacU lha raia baa bora
brnasht about, Iba bank. More Iba dale a t.V panic uf teat year,
baa y iiabh-d la Ua awa aharra b aa eiten. t raaac a luoa nf
Ktery aratara. biilmil. by vlah diaaalers of tbto
blori baeo area dailnruabed ainro tba daya of the Xwctbora
tatra! aara to tknaa af lha sfcawafb Boak aaa wo to aa va
aaproilueiil. aa ya aa that anllit yeaeeeilay ikarv ware
S l hi an " a aaaaa af aw r i.atinn." a baivf baanaT wiar-
oady eoiartained that m Unut caa bo cafkatred b tna pabua
raadiiwan ba ha-atfata aauidnt. Alter lha prcelMa buloreaf
that anacera la 1ho7. Ba re-rat, iMiahowot waa eaVebal by pmao
hwo af a nsMiry af amnaaeaaaat that wnakl reader aay ommaa
a ImpMBNbla, bat owa tha retnr of ciaaJrevare all tba
oharkto I he Iratiewl wero swept away. UaaMlraa tba
whnlaaf lhaaa abHlro waahl aww ho raatead ba kvlare tha
paaiia anaa aiora b eeaaare. bat aaejaa kapnaatbe tocnoceiao
that, tttan Uvetpaul, they aiaald Min be huliail ba.
Fa Witawias Faa to . Ff KH aara. Kaadae.
ftm Sas f taaciao For tlabrataa, ahnat Febroary lac
port or nOUOLULU. II. z.
I-Vb faaaaila. Adam, frnae M.bkai.
1 kru barh Cabwtia, haa pp. Uaaba Baa rraaccra.
I' -h hary, Faary, (Fa.1 HaoaM.
I eVk LiUi, tmm ManL
su Vh Koaa Faeket. Marraanl, froat Hawaii,
al Vh Slary, o, fraoa Raaoi.
kr Mary Cilra. Wrec. hw XanL
XI PrHr T.lia, Jbnaa. tmaa lUad.
Vhr MnwKkawaa. Aabww. b-nwa MaaL
J"" rV hr Raia lo. Fawera, (ma XuL
8 Aaa brs Murainc Mw, sragkaat, -s aUys bona Mi-
l -rm Ka M.4, WetbetW. .mat Waal
si aaaa kulaura. Xarr,-rc. Iraoa WUalwarJ Forta.
.V-eV hg Molia. M'rriU. binary. Cnata Kaoai.
Vfc M-aribl, aVrrtll, Ima lUwui.
itt Lenvuta, AOanw, (ruaa 3M kaL
It-web Ka M4. WUbar. fa? XmL
abrar Odd FeUow. t-hm-y. sw llibv
M-a.hr Ana. bUhanrk. llawa.
laibrnr Fnar. Uotaeha. t-r Baani.
1-Brti bde R.4 Coeraa, Cka, iw Vb-taria.
b Aaa air tdabo, Caraaor. Ban rruacara.
Jit Mtaw K:lwra, MrCfrpw, -r Waadward Forta.
ehr Martbla, Berrtll, ft llawaa.
rhe taaiiji, Adaaaa, t Mabfc4i.
t writ akip Rom L Lnna. Mania, a tlowbuMTs IaL
aw wa achr Waa II Alara, atpmcer. to crauae.
-1 eVhr Ldia, tar M aVkai and Maai.
alVKr Mary. Nit, ft haaai.
Zt Beha Koaa Far art. Mare ban C, ft Hawaii.
V Tab arftr Feapaa. Mrwann. ft Tahiti.
Vhr Tevae. iohaana. ft Banal.
St wear Maanokawaa. Aabaoa. ft MaaL
Fob. Wiitwua Foave ff Kitoara. Jan. in Mat II B
Jo ta, I baa nan, Caen W C Jnnes Mr and Mrs T I -ark.
Ml C Fart. W F Roy. R W C tappet, F Kea, fioe abalr.
laa.J Weaeo. aad; arch.
fat Mas Fsaactaco-.rVrI.Iabo, Jan. 99 J T 1eaaro,Ah
Co. Lang Kewt. X M Crtnlwrm, II tlyatan. J II Black, apt.
awarokry.t aat. Berry. W F C W halmc. V ChwhoHn. K rHiea,
Baacattt. Mro C Waraaaaod aad child, J A Itoaa, M d
Frjatrr, llmpra, U W Fatherpa.
Faa Has r4n IVt CtWlU, Ja.l-Xee bead.
M4na kMinM ( raaaapeflwr. Ml cnlha oaMtag. 44
eh, tkc araiBar. f ca sulcata. ai Mia aauiVe ca aad-
Fwa Tktmii. B. C r rt 4'vwaa. Jan. li 1 sag
nvn Wlts 1J BUa a. C.Tr e..7 1 I." gaEa aavtaaa
24 Ma arauava, 2,tli Urn ana. 41 laa Ball, af raia al-erry,
Valise eYiwt. rlac, I VaUat eca prndwrw, $iXl U
lo a rtta Fsasciaca Per IdaVv. Jan. barbe baa-
aaaa, 1 fac.;ja. 17.ti Iba b idea. 4 In araara. HJxJ
law Mr, 3 (uM. 7VVJ .La MU, 64 Ax vvtbb-a.
fo 11. taaa'a I.aaaa Pc brrt t
tanr. Jan. 2 ea-a
ViataK atari". 7 Valoa ultc, f 16
Foa TkUItt Tcr fnaiom, Jat. tT AGu qr aka 0r. 4l tbta
aato-.n. 3 la rv, ara camanr Ironaa. W f-U linn
atll.t.(. S,' j5'j , ckrala tea. MJO rara, baa
1 ca lM (-aala.1 p ((nniaam,
loar-l- x-rimrr. $J0 Kucisa )Ji. I,43
SAT LRU A Y. J AS VARY 25.'
Nuwh ot tl9 Ioriiliiir.
flu ilAvrrrr aajlcl fcr Mulokai on Muodj aftfr-
booO, id b!s jacht K.UIAI1X, iotCDtling to B:dJ a
moiLIoI OH the Hhrf tu wiUteaa hi llarture.
Th .tuuner K.iacka hJ a finemn up to Lahaina
on yiUr night ftrrivUIZ t 6 o'clock CD TuiT
, , - i . i
nn.inv T1 w&a ! arI thai air nail arvl
plent, uitbu Men neaxij everj uay ana nigm
era in one da U a tuor noteworthy event than
twenty leaving New l ork. ; ;
The Lark Cnema, which arrived on Sunday had
a good pa9e, bringing San FraiiCisco paper, to
January tb. and Kaatern telegrams three dajs Liter
than the Idaho.". She alao brought the new9pajen
left by miaiake when the p.earicr aailed.
The ateaawr Idaho sailed on 31ondy hut fur San
rreiaci( taking a fine freight of about 0 tons,
bat only sixteen patwngers. Fhe ought to have from
4' to CO panapngera each way on rich trip. There
eem to be fewer lsaenger. going and coming pow
than in former years. ' If this be so, it is owing
wholly to the general stagnation in trade and agri-
euturJ industries, which prevails throughout the
' ..... , - ' ... .
W the tluna sUatner which arrived
st Kan t ranctaco was several day. beluna time, ana
fvled to connect with the Panama steamer. This
will probably continue to be the case, ao long as the
steamers do not take the more pleasant and certain
ruate.rio HoooloJu. These fail ares to connect at
San Francisco must tend to injure the reputation of
the new line for regularity, and render it less popular
with China rabsaengeriL - The Moaxiso Stab, on her
tr ip hither from the Caroline Islands, had fine south
west winds, and made from 100 to miles a day,
showing that wawterty; winds prevail La certain lati
tudes west af here. . , . - i . .
To-day is the Chlneae New Teas, and as tmch will
be observed by the Chinese. The Cbineae cue nj ants
generally prepare to receive their friends with tables
spread with luxuries, anl all who call on them will
meet a hearty welcome. TTe trust that foreign mer
chants, officials and others wUl do so, as Uiey like
ta be noticed, ami sock visits tend to create a friendly
feeling with them,: ; .
On oar first page will be foon 1 another interesting
letter from" our Taris correjajn-lent, which, like all
previous ones, cannot be read without imparting Ln-
farmalon- T .:'. ' .
On the fourth page will found Mr. J. a King's
minority report to the San Francisco Chamber of
... ... ,w . I..,,, th(l. tl. It
will be read with interest by our planters, as show
ing the only gronnls of opposition to the reciprocity
treaty which 'can be brought' forward, and which
really amount to nothing.
Ancthcr article on the same eobject sod page, from
the pen of Mr. George Gordon, is of special interest
as showing the political reasons why the treaty should
be adopted, for the benefit of the Government and
people of these Islands, by bringing them into a closer
alliance with their more powerful neighbor. During
the continuance of the treaty, the American Govern
ment will be bound to protect this country and peo
ple from any and all foreign foes. .
No mail packet is likely to leave the coming week
for San Francisco, nor will any mail be due, unless
by the clipper BelviJtre, wLich may arrive about the
1st of February.
niio ItotclMtry IIwt ofVotcrH.
Oo tLe 20th int., the iiwjxtor8 of elections
Idsued a list of registered voters, i. e., such re.-r-Buns
as had paid tlieir taxes before the 31st of
net-ember, 1SG7. This lift numlicn name,
of whom 102 are f ireigncrs. It iurptrts tu in
clude onlj tlie nainCM of thoo who puid tirt-ir
taxes on or before the '2Itti day of PccctuluT, anl
jet in violation of the letter of tlic law included
time who id Lc.vieeu the 2-th and 3 lot of tliat
month. If tl Law U rigat and is to lc tlic rule,
then all who paid between tlic dates Lt namtxl
muat te excluded aa well as tltonc who aid after
lSut we maintain that the inictor8 Late no
right to exclude any who have paid their taxed
np to such a date a may reamiubly allow tLciu to
enter their naiae in the registry. The ronotitu
tin diB'Jnctly drxbre "THAT ANY 3IALK
SUBJECT WHO SHALL HAVE PAID HIS
TAXES and stall lave cau-od his
name to Ie enterol oo t!te lir-t of voters of l.U
Dintrict, a may be prut i led by law, SHALL BE
ENTITLED TO VOTE f ,r tle rcj rwentatire or
tr prrwcntativeit of that Diatrirt." In orler not
to be minrlTrtaI, we Uote tlie article in full :
Abticxc fl. Every male subject of the Kirg-I.mi
who shall have pai-1 his lxr; h shall hate at
tained the sge of twentj years; and .hall hive been
dnmir-iled in the Kintim lor one year immediately
precwllnjr the electuai; and shall be praveBied of Real
Property in this King' lorn, to the value over and
abet ail tncumbrancts of One Itnndred ami Fifty
IVllara or of a Lra.wvhl 1 property on which the
rent w Twenfy-ftve IaJlar per year or of an mro me
of not less thia Seventy-five Io!!rs per year, derive I
from any property or some lawful employment; and
shall know Iww to read an l wri:e, if turn since the
year llo; snd thall hvertnsel his name to be enter
ed on the !Lt of voters of his It..tric1 as may I? pro idol
be Iw, shall I entitled to one vote for the Rprrrnt
ative or Rrprrarntatives 4 that LHatrwt. l'nviilel,
however, that noiaxute r idiotic peraon. nor any pet.
sn who shall have lawn onvk-tcd of any infamous
crime? within this KinJvm, unlca he shall have been
pbrdonol by the kin;, and by the term of such pardon
Lave been restored to all the rights of a subject, .Loll
be allowed to vote.
Tliid certainly is clear and no rule or art of
the iraajector. can take away one iota of the riht
belonging umlcr that laue to every tax-tctver
ami auhft-t. Nor is tlirre anvthing in the law
of 1?4 that quaiiCea tlkat riht in any dtyrve.
Its Ert sect a n reiterate tlie irovnions of the
conr-titution, as quoted above. The second pec
tion mtuirea the tax jBurs to keep a corrwt
List of peraons liable to taxes, and such as they
consider eligible as votora. The third section
recnirc the tax culloetor to make up a list of
each as hate poU their taxes up to December 25,
which lift shall include all iror.s w'.jo liae
paid rinee Lis lat return was luaJe up.
Fcrnox 8. Every Collector shall keep an accurate
ILet of the perxns in Irs iitrk-tbu have pull the
tates due from, and lii!l ou or before the --'h day
of Ihwinber, return to the Ju ices of elections of his
diMrict, an accurate- list of all pervutia from whom he
has received the taxes das rulewxjuent to the time
sppointed for making bis last return.
There is rjthin in this Uw that Veet riots the
numlerof voters simply to tltoe-e who bae tid
tlieir taxes lfire Dc-einber 25th or any date in
DetvuiU-r. The tiiatitutioiiaJ provision remains
tlatrref-rc uniutired by legal rcgulati.n, and
cen if tJn-re wat any law b the contrary, the
otvtiUititi I eu trior and laurt nullify it.
Tle ruling, tlsTcf ire, by which tlie I rv-!. tors
of elections restrict tli number of leal vutt-rs to
such only as have iid their taxes before tlie 25th
or 31et of Iletvmlarr, lias mo Iryut support what'
errr, W 's in direct violation of th' Constitution,
which declare tliat 41 every male Bubjeet of tle
Kinlom who eliall luite il hid taxei, ftliall le
entitled to one vote f r tlic rej-rrventatives of that
! di.ttrict. It was t-lenrly the intention of the
Ltw makers to allow tlc name of eery a7mn to
1 entered on tlie regitry wlio bad jaM bi taxes
up to the Liy of election, tlie only difference
bcin, that where his taxes are puid before a
certain date (Dec. 2) be ljeconiea registered by
the tax collector, without any fur titer act of bin
own, and where they arc only paid after that date
le may register bimwlf.
Wc lu not wish to charge the im-pectora with
any doign to defraud the people of the right
pTojcrly belonging to them, nor with any luck of
cmijeteney for the duties of tlieir oflice; but one
thing is certain tliat the manner in which the
registration in 1SG0 wus conducted, did abridge
the righto of tlie people, and restricted the num
ber of voted cart in Honolulu to low than 250 out
of a t tal of three thousand eligible voter in the
j dirurict. At tliat election for rcprcsentativcM,
Mr. Ithodcs received only 117 votes, and the
largest number cant for any candidate was only
147 ballot !
-.Tito 17lrt?ltrk wm.
1 1 it intcreeting b watch the i-liangcs going ou
in tlic pulitiesof tlie various countries of Europe
and America. Mexico is quietly resuming her
former rcpuMiean status ; ttTc United States
slowly but efr.etually roorgnnizing her lately re
bellious boctions; England u convulsed with alarm
at the threatd of the Feuiaim ; Italy wants Kouie,
but dares not touch it ; France id evidently arming
I and j lncing bersclf in an attitude to fight if ittm-
pclicl to do so. In every cot) t try cliange, ngita
tion, and commotion are witnetswd, nnd cuch
wouKI seem to le tlie lot of all icoplett, w hether
their governments arc monarchical or republican.
In Mexico, tlie republican form of government,
urbh-r tlic same leader, Juarez, who prenided at
the time of the French and Austrian invasion,
lias been re-ertablibled, apparently on a firmer
laacis. Cien. Juarez has surrendered to the people
the extraordinary powers atmuincd by him during
tlie reign of Maximilian, and in turn haa been
re-elected President of the Republic. A new
Congress Las been chucn, which in now in ses
eion, and luis adopted the new constitution, which
reflects the sentiments and idem of the President
ami leading men of tlc country. The propectd
of Mexico never appeared better than to-day, if
tlie reports received arc to be relied on.
. The New York Herald urges Uongrw to
promptly wi the approbation for the purchase
ofliuiwLina and St. Tiiomas, and says tlmt 44 to
le niggardly in expenditure for . commercuil
greatnerw is to exhibit very narrow minded Htateit
maubhip, erjciially when it is jatcnt that nature
ban made us the gcograpliicul trade eeriter of the
world. It then landers to tl vanity of the
nation in this style :
We hope that the purchase of St. Thomas is but
the first step in a couuuerciid policy which will be
sufficiently broad to meet our wants. It is beyond
question that nature intended to make us a great
commercial peo)le, and we must obey the mandate.
There is but one road to success, and that is to follow
in the footsteps of England and establish throughout
the world a regular ontpoot system. - We must have
at every important point that lies npou any of the
great trade channels a possession which we mny call
our own, and at which our commerce may seek shel
ter 'in time of need, and our navy fiud aid and sup
plies in time of war. -Wa never can have b solid
commercial greatness nntil this is done.
The next great point to be obtained is the Sandwich
Iolnnds. These, by natural causes the trade winds,
which force vessels to paw them, their enormous
whale fishery business, their overh-oking and domi
nating of the whole vast commerce of the Pacific, and
their constantly increasing importance are of incal
culable value to us. In time of war the great nation
holding them would le possessed of the key to tlie
I'acitic. From the ports existing there a fleet might
Luh out and sweep East Indian trvle from the
Pacific Oceau. They are a natural outpost for the
United IStates, and to our Pacific trade are far more
importaut than St. Thomas is to the trade of the
Atlantic. To allow them to fall into the hands of
another great Power would be for us a blow in the
direction of commercial suicide, for such an occupa
tion would be a constant threat against our ocean
development. Much of our internal RreatneM de
pends upon our greatness on the sea. No htattsman
will ig tore this, and the quicker our Congress turns
its eyes and brains in this direction the sooner we
shall be on the road to national fortune.
The Herald undoubtedly reflects the opinion of
a large jiortion of the American people, and
whetlier it be wise or not to agitate it, the fubject
of new annexations is undoubtedly cngagin; tbo
i attention of stateiuen in America, lly reference
j to our telegraphic news, it will I ceen tliat a
' rumor is afloat that Cuba is offered to the United
j States, and alro that other Went IudLi Islands,
l now held by European Powers, will be offered.
T here is one view of this Wct India lidand an
nexation r-uhjevt which lias not been referred to,
which may make it one of greater expediency
tlic acquisition of them as a Imuie for the colorol
ra-e of tlic Smth. Time may yet demonstrate that
the white and black rm-en of tlc South will not
get along j.a-eahly together, and that it will lie
, neecbeary to Bpjrtion a separate territory some
where to tlie latter.
The rogrcB of that great national work, the
overland railroad is attracting general attention,
and the extraordinary exertions made to complete
it, and the success ct tending tlioe exertions,
may well draw to it public admiration, for no
work of tlie kind has ever progrvcd so rapidly.
Tlic road, it will be renumbered, is leing con
structed frnn Sacramento caMwanl, and from
Omalut wotward, by scpuratc ojuijnies ; the
one which rcaolica Silt laike city lirst is to be
entitled to tlie cliarter fr the wlnjle line. This
i.a tlie Mvrx-t of the extraordinary efTtrts to purh
tlie work on. lloth lines have readied the tum
mits of tlic mountain ranges they are to pa, and
to-iLiy the ran run from the runimit of the llocky
M uii tains to New York city, on one bide, and
: from the summit of tlie Sierras to Sacramento ou
I the other. The San Franrinoo Times lias the
; following on this subject :
44 The Omiha or main line of the Union Pacific
! Railroad is already completed a distance of five hun
I tired and twenty-five miles from Omaha, an l it is
! announced by the contractors that they will have
: thirty utiles more completed avid in operation on the
I first of January; this will take the locomotive to
' Evans rasa, a Lich is oter eight thousand feet above
, tlie sea, and the highest point on the route across the
' lwcay Mountains. Thua, the highest point of the
, two great ranys of mountains on the route are over-
come almost simultaneously, though they are a thoii
1 sand miles apart. From the Pacific the iron horne
i traverses Ihe summit of the Sierra Nevadas, going
; east, at a height of seren thonvin l and frrty-to fe-t j
i within the distance of one hundred and five miles j
j from Sacramento, in Itecember; and in January we j
i will cross the crest of the llocky Mountains coming
j from the Missouri, weat. nbit a triumph for Amer- , through the moM dis'ant parLs of tnat vast realm,
I ican engineering ! The two great mountain chains a:id explore her rivers to their sources and her
! of the continent are firt traversed by the locomotive Mountains to their Muumits.
j in winter, at a heifcht of a mile and a half nlajvc the j In the accctniiHslinicnt of thl important cliange
I sr. and nearly within the region of ierpetnnl anew! : of policy, lion. .Mr. I:m liiiijanK' has taken a pmtni
' Tlis thonM silence the croakers who fear thnt the utI prt, having, in co-operarion with t-ir Kreder
', rinors of winter will serioutly interfere with the um- : irk Drue then Di itisit Mini.-tcr Plenipotentiary
fulness of this (Trent continental tiioruu -Iit ire. Ihe '
announcement that the summit f the K-irky M uiit- '
ain. will be crossed soon, and at a height of more than
a thousand feet above that of tlie Sierras, will un
doubtedly surprise many of our readers; but it is
accounted for ry the gradual rise for a long distance.
It is a bingUBtr fact that the eastern base of tire
Rocky MouuUi:-s, near tlie new city Cheyenne, is
nearly as high stave the sea as the" town of Cisco,
near the summit of tlie Sicrnt Nevada. There are
three or four to-untain ridges in the Rocky Mount
ain range, where the railroad has to cross, that are
kijfher than the summit beyond Ciseo, aud yet the
r'klgus thesis -he are not very formidable when we
take into aomit the elevation of tlieir base. The
difficulties to be overcome by the Union Pacific read
are for this mun much less than is generally sup
posed. The rip between the Central Pacific and
Union Pacific, of taut one thousand miles, ought to j
be nnisueJ before July, itsu.
In Europe .Lere are ft-igns of growing trouble
between Fra.cc and Italy. The feeling of dis
content among the Italians is gaining ground
every day, anl is likely to burst out again. The
fact that lLaUiZi I as bt n recalled into the Cabi
net, is omertous of war. He fav.ired liarihaldi,
und is outfjiokni against tho French iiiterferem,e.
Both France and Italy are riio for a rupture.
Tlie following represents the latert state of the
trouble lctweea them :
44 The Roman question, so far from being patched
up, seems noo- inoi-e threatening than ever. The
failure of tle Uaribsldian exedition has only
strengthened the party of action, and the intensity of
the popular indignation at the intervention of the
French is uiauii'c&ting itself in tlie Italian Parliament
in the most vigorous maimer. The Menebrea Cabi
net has been fjreed to resign, payment of the interest
upon the Pupal debt apportioned the territory an
nexed to Italy, Las beeu refused, and it is stated tliat
a refolutiun will be adopt e-J, solemuly athrming the
right of Italy to Rome. These actions virtually defy
France, aud render a conflict between tlie two nations
extremely probable. Poor as they are, and weak as
they are, as compared with France, the majority of
the Italian people have evidently made up their
minds to risk etery thing, even their national exist
ence, rather than remain a -mere princijality .f the
Freuch Empire, with a Government that is but. a
puppet of Napoleon's will. The fteliug was strong
enough in Italy previous to the allair of Meutana,
but since that battle when I Lilian patriots were mer
cilessly butchered," merely that the effioncy of the
new Freuch ritJe might be tested upon human targets,
it has become gieatly intensified, and has carried
into the ranks cf tlie radicals thousands who previ
ously supported a conservative policy. It is probably
not too much to say, that France, or rather the
French Government, is to-day aa fervently hated in
Italy as Austria was l-efore the war in which Lom
bardy was wrested from her. That Napoleon expects
a collision is ehown by the order sending a reinforce
ment of twenty thonsand troops to thj Papal territory;
and that he anticipates a seriou3 struggle is evident
from his immense military preparations aud his
anxiety to force his new army bill through the French
Legislature. He is too strongly committed to his
Italian iiolicy to allow of retreat with honor, and the
personal and dynastio reasous which render a suc
cessful war a necessity, are stronger now than ever
before. Su Francisco Timet.
In England, the Fenian excitement is increasing
to such au extent as threatens to create serious
trouble. . This state of things has beeu increased
by the execution of the Manchester rioters, which
has exasperated the Irish generally. What tlie
rcxult will be, no man can predict ; but it- now
looks as if a state of insurrection or civil war
wero imminent. Commenting on the hanging of
the Manchester Fenians, the New York Triune
The execution of Allen, and Larkin, and Gould is
the most important reinforcement that Fenianism
has yet rcccitcd. 'The cause wanted nothing so much
as a martyr; uvw it has three. The people had very
nearly lost confidence in their leaders; they had
ceased in a nieaiure to give their earnings lor pre
poMerous campaigns and abortive insurrections; 1'ieir
rebellion was d voiding down into a sort of guerrilla
warfare, sustaiied only by the tnt heatlstroug and
desperative ot t"ieir number. Now it is ten chances
to one if the flame is not kindled again. Confidence
may not revive, but enthusiasm will; and enthusiasm
with the Irish it the moat jxmerful of impulses. The
Manchester i-risoners vtill inspire their countrymen
with a bitter hostility toward England by their
deaths thau tliey ever could have inspired by their
lives. Robert iaiimct did more liarm to Great Britain
by being hauged than he did by his Dublin insur
rection. If he aad been pardoned, or simply impris
oned, bin countrymen in after years would have
remembered him for his failure; now they are ele
vated and iuspired by the memory of his Lrroism.
Regarding the Prussian trouble with Denmark,
about the Duchies of Schleiwig nnd llolstein,
which led to war a few years since, a corrcripond
ent, who has been traveling in PruFeia and Den
mark, writes as as follows :
44 Whilst at Copenhagen, I heard the following
solution of the Schleswig-llolsteiu knot, which Prus
sia found so much more difficult to untie with Vattel
than to cut witk her sword. Omitting dates some
time in the remote past the King of Denmark had a
rebellious younrcr brother, who sought to depose his
elder brother fiom the throne. To quiet the young
rebel the King made him Iule of llolstein. Sub
equently the reigning royal family of Denmark be
came extinct. The King dying without issue, a new
King was elected, who by right was Duke of Ilol
steiu. Rut the Duke of Augustinburg claimed some
relationship to the former King of Denmark, and
rebelled against the then rciguing King, was beaten
and tied to Germany, where he relinquished, for
himself and Ida successors, all his pretensions as
Duke of Ilolstein in favor of the King of Denmark.
Recent investigations of the claims of the King of
Prussia, as successor of the Duke of Augustinburg,
have elicited tie above facts ; which, it is alleged,
Bismarck has mt been able to set aside. Ou our re
turn from Copinhagcn by steamer, we entered aud
sailed through the harbor of Keil, which Prussia
wants for her fleet. It is iierfectly land-locked, is
easily defended, and large enough to hold the com
bined navies of Europe ; and no one who has seen
this magnificent harbor can doubt that its necessity
to Prussia was tlie real and sole cauw of the war, in
which Austria joined Prussia against Iiciimark. Hut
the harbor of aeil belongs to Schleswig, ami was
never a dependency or part of Holstein. Sehleswig
aud Holstein were two distinct Duchies neighbor
ing States always so regarded by the Daues, and
designated by tleia as Schleswig aad Ilolsteiu, which
the Prussians hid tortured or contracted into aYi-uris-Hlstein.
And for twenty yeara previous to the
war the Danes ticnisclves hail unsuspiciously adopted
the Prissian contraction of Schleswig-Hleiii.
Prussia is now r.-ady to give back to Denmark Sjhles
wig, fr which the has not the shadow of a claim,
but the will retain the harlr of Keil as a naval
strong-hold fr her fleet- The inhabitants of Keil
acquiesce in the change, as it gives importance to
their town, emprjmeut to their people, and greatly
enhances the value of their real estate."
72f Among the Iatot telegrams will be noticed
an item stating that the II m. A. lturlingame,
United States Minister to China, has been np
taiintcd by the Emperor of China to proceed as
special Envoy b tlie western powers of Europe for
the j-urjiosc of jiaking new treaties. Mr. 11. has
leen very succeasful ns a diplomatist in China, in
bringing tliat tajvemment and Empire into more
friendly relations with the United Suites, England,
France and ctlur European powers. During his
btay here, ncarl two years ng , we learned from
him the change he was endeavoring to effect by
what he calls tlx? 44 co-operative policy." In our
isue of June 3, lSoC, wc referred to his efforts
in the following aragraphs :
Dining hit first rvMdence in Pekin he was active
i:i iui.iatins a new policy between the four leading
power and Chira. Under thi co-operative poli
cy. " as ii is terra.-d. into which America. Englaud,
r'rance and KusMA have mutually entered, these
powers agree to -espect the nationalities and territo
ry of China, and t.vscrve them intact. In case of lo
cal disputes, watlike demonstration shall not be;
made against Clina until the questions in dispute'
bhai! have lieen referred to the Home Government.
All Chim-se territory, held by either of tlie
four (overnmnk. shall be restored to it.
This policy U very similar to that pursued by the
three powers England. France, and America
toward this Government. It is a guaranty ol inde
pendence, and. :aso. to respect an 1 sustain the local
Government. It adoption in reirard to the Empire
of China, is a great step towards bringing her into
the family of nttions. and will tend to elevate her
nosition. One immediate result has been the
pining up of a more trindly feeling on the part
.( the ruiiiiir cla.'.-s in China towards toreizuerf.
Formerly jealousy and suspicion everywliere pre- i
vailed : now. foreigners may travel without fear j
uoit-ited aua prc)-aii iii&rougli to a success! m etiU.
Thu- far it hiu-t woikeil will. -The Home (Ji.vei n-
ments of England and America having approved
it, France and Russia hastened to con iuto the
agreement although it was a damper to their
schemes of territoiial aggraudizemetit. Put the
arguments presented by the advocates were irre
sltable. His new mist ion, referred ti by tlie telegraph,
is undoubtedly in connection with this, and the
clmngiiig of tlic old trcatien, which were extorted
from tlie Chinere llovcrnuient at the mouth of the
cannon. He goes with the full knowledge and
approval of the American Ctovcrumctit. Mr. llur
lingame has proved himself to be one of the ablest
i diplomatists of the day, aud his mission will prob
ably result ruccetfully to all concerned.
Clt ll&tMISill Ip.
The fialowing eorreiodeiioe appears ia the
last Government Gazitte, ami will interest all our
readers. The decision is sound, aud is sustained
by all authorities. Mr. Parker is conse
quently an American citizen by parentage and a
Marquesan by birth, llesideuce here no matter
how long it may be does not cliange his status,
without undergoing the usual legal requirement
for change of allegiance.
Hoxoli Li-, January lSlh, 1S6S.
To Hit Ex. r. 1t Hutch isou, II. II. .4il II
ter of Inlet tor :
Sib being desirous of ascertaining the view of
the Government on the question of my nationality or
citizenship, I address you this note.
I was born in the year 18:4, at the Marquesas Is
lands, my parents being there temporarily on a Mis
sion. My father was born in Massachusetts, U. S. A.,
and came to these islands with my mother, and has
resided here over thirty years, but has never taken
the iath of allegiance to this Government.
When I was aliout two months old I came with my
parents to the Hawaiian Islands nnd have resided
here ever since, and expect to remain here.
Presuming these facts to be sufficient data for the
determination of my status, I remain. Yours Res
pectfully. Signed IL II. Parker.
Honolulu, January 321, 1S88. J
L'ev. IT. IT. rarler:
Sir I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt,
this morning, of your note of the 16th inst.
Iu the judgement of His Majesty's Government,
no one acquires citizenship in this kingdom uulew he
is Oorn here, or Lorn abroad of Hawiiiun pareuts,
(either native or naturalized) during their tempora
ry absence from the kingdom, or uuless having been
the sur joct of another power, he becomes a subject
of this king lorn by taking the oath of allegiance.
As your case presents none of these elemeuts, you
will pe.wive that this Government cannot recognize
you as a Hawaiian subject without you take the oath
required by law. I have the honor to be, your very
Signed Fkro. VT IIctciiisokT
XrCIflalutlVO OlVHtl Will tCB.
There promisee to be considerable fpirit mani
fested in tlie coining election for representatives,
which takes place on Monday, February 3d? A
meeting of. native Hawaiian voters was called at
Kiiwaiahao Church "on Saturday to consider the
claims of the various candidates. Some three or
four hundred were nsemhled, and alter some dis
cussion the names of J. W. Austin,' A. F. Judd
and J. Kahai were proposed and adopted. It was
evidently the desire' of tho' meeting to odd the
name of Mr. "Y. Piucbasa Wood, but that gentle
man lotting declared tliat he would only consent
to liavo hU name on a ticket with Mr. E. Boyd,
tho latter, who was present, was requested to ex
press his views, but declined. The names of both
these gentlemen were therefore dropped, and that
of Simon P. Kalauia taken up.. The ticket as thus
approved etaudd : -
JAMES Y. AUSTIN,
A. F. JUDD,
S. P. KALAMA,'
The gentlemen named are all well-known to the
voters of the district, nnd in every respect quali
fied to discharge tlieir duties.
J. W. Avst:n, Esq.. has resided on tlic Islands
for some eighteen years, is a gentleman of liberal
ideas, and will undoubtedly receive the voti-jr? t
every foreigner and native who may be allowed to
vote as be (refers.' '
At Francis Ji dd, Esq., is a native of the Isl
ands, a lawyer by profession, who enjoys the con
fidence of every one, and who, as representative,
will be an honor to the country.
Simon P. Kalama, Esq., is a Hawaiian, a land
purveyor by profewion, and one of the ablest and
niopt energetic of the natives. He has been elected
Feveral times bcfoi-e to the tame position, nnd has
always performed his duties with credit. There
is no native Hawaiian better verpcd in law-makine
than Mr. Kalauia.
J. Kahai, Esq., is a shipping master, of con
ridcrable intelligence; who has once or twice
served ns representative from this city. He will
represent the seamen of this port, both, inter
island and foreign, and ii a favorite with the na
Altogetlier, this tickot is as fairly constituted
to rcprcjcnt nil clauses of this city, as it is possi
ble to make one, and ne pineercly hojie it will
meet with no opposition and be the choice of the
Messrs. lloyd and Wood having withdrawn from
the meeting above referred to, which was com
posed of all natives in the district intcrcfted in
the election, they went to work and have made up
an opposition ticket, which, we bear, consists of
G. Rhodes, E. lloyd, XV. Pinehasa Wood, and J.
W. Makalcna. We understand that they consider
themselves aa the Government nominees, and per
haps they are. They have nominated themselves
for the place, and wliatovor merits they may pos
sess individually, it doe- not appear well for them
to push themselves forwird as candidates in oppo
bition to the regular choice of the people ns ex
pressed in public convention.
MT MHRC1N MKSSnXGERrA
ami m.ir-k- iit'iE r'ni r n i t.
lat, which ia the inoat approved stock in ti
America tar !:iiit.r, fpiwl, ll.iiim and""i
The 'Joll ran be let u ai Caot. Mnek's .t.h.
Sli'ayetl or Stolen.
A SMAI.I. VEI.I.OW TERRIER.
2 Doti, ln haired. Any person riine iuformation
which w;ll lead to his recovery mil! tw sniutilr re-
J. O. CAKTKK.
At W hitney's Uonk store.
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are invited to examine my : jual reo-iveil, atn.-h embraces
all siZ'S and kinds, fp.m miniicurr eulum-ii 10 Royal
A90. er-rything required ia the Hue cf Office Stationery.
6o3 lm H. M. WIUTNtlY.
NEW GOODS RECEIVED!
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NO. 10 DON'T FORGET NO. IO!
ONE NEW COTTAGE PIANO.
S03 2ra f. A. SCIIAF.FER A CO.
Omaha, though but a village of yesterday, is al
ready a city of 16,000 inhabitants, by whom 1,500
dt4lings and stores were erected within a year. It
has three large hotels one of which is kept by Cot
xens. late of West Toint. and constantly overflowing
with guests. The sales of one grocer, last year,
amounted to a million and a half. The corresion
dent of the Buffalo Commercial JJeertiter says :
The Union Pacific Railroad has its temporary ter
minus here, and to show a little of what it is domg,
and what may lie expected as the road progress to
aud beyond the Kockv Mountains, I will state that
iu earnings for one week have reached as luga as
$10l,UOti. One conductor returned as the proceeds
of a single trip Eastward, S-J,7U0, and this, too. run
ning into a comparatively barren wilderness. Won
derful, isn't it? The road is in full running order to
Cheyenne (pronounced Shy-en), 615 miles from
Omaha, and 25 from the foot of the Rocky Mountains,
whose snowy peaks are distinctly seen from the town.
Cheyenne is 5,b00 feet, or about one mile elevated
above the Missouri River, the grade a gradual ascent
at from six to forty feet to the mile. The town al
ready contains two or three thousand 44 cut-throats,"
three or four hotels, 44 the best restaurant West of
Chicago," a theatre, aud any quantity of 44 gin
The rapid progress of this new Western city is
illustrated in the following from the JjtaJer, oue of
tlie three papers there published. It says that 44 the
cars are expected here to-day ; that Cheyenne has
125 children ; that every other man in town owns a
coal bank ; and that a lot 1Sx132 feet, on Seventeenth
street, had changed hands at SI, 3(H). Thiuk of
Seventeenth street and such a price for such a plat,
right where the Indians killed Engineer Hill two or
three months ago !
HOXOLDLC. OAHU, 18G8.
ELECTION, MONDAY, FEB. 3, 1863!
JAMES W. ; AUSTIN. (Ankina.)
A. F. JUDD, (Alapaki.) 1
S. P. KALAMA.
Chinese Phrase lioolt's !
n. M. WniTNKY.
I ou sali:.
a x excelTiTkxt carriage
noRSK. afe. ccntle. and in every respect well
.adapted for a laily'aate. Color, hite; aee, about
Inauireof (609 lot) J. JU RICHARDSON.
Manufacturer ol FURNITURE of all De
scriptions. PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldings or all kinds constantly en Hand.
609 ly i ,
II KXRY THOMPSON', . : -i
; . Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Oiflcc on Queen Street, oppnain the Court Bouse, op stairs.
SAMX B. CASTIB. J. B. ATBEBTON.
A. S. COO KB.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants, 7
Kins; street, wpaaite the Sraaaaeaa'a Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jayne Celebrated Family Medicines,,
Wheeler 4- Wilson' Sewinir Machines,
The New Kntrland Mutual Life Insurance Company,1 '
. ; . . The Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii. .
The Haiku SuKar Company, Maui. , ,
The Hawaiian Popir Mills, Maui.
" The Waialua Sucai Plantatina. Oaha. '
, The Lumahai Kiue Plantation. Kauai. 609 ly
WALLACE & KIDDER,
DEALERS IN FURNITURE
Opposite Torbert's Lumber Yard, tip stairs. .
WORK IIOXE WITH
neatness suit dispatch, and at prices saiiafactory to our
, Fork, Veal, . .
Lamb and Poultry,
CONSTANTLY OX HAND '
kKI FOR SALE BV
- WOOD c COMPAY.
N. B. We tiny alt our stock for CASH, and are therefore
enabled to supply otr cuatomors wiih the beat oo the Islands.
taw 10 - i
MARIES FOK 1668! .
Just' Received, Per SteamsMp "Idaho."
IKAVE JCST- RECEI VED BT THE
STKAM LR IDAHO, my annual supply or DIAK11&,
iticludine all tlie siaca ami styles manufactured, one. two and
three daya to a pace. . Prices will be JOc. 7 dr.. l OO.
I 50. 2 OO. 2 50, 3 OO and OO, aocord
iiiK to the etyle of liindins;. ' ......
' Persons orderine. from tlie other Islands wilt please state the
size wanted, number of days to a page, and the oust. All
orders will le mraptly attended to. .
The names of the pnrchasers will i e embossed In jrilt on their
Disiries at an additional expense of 50 cents, if reo.'ieeteil.
60S lm Address, . .-, 11. M. WHITNEY.
Plantatation Labor Looks,
OH SALE BY
n. i. wnrrNKT.
A LITTLE MORE LIGHT
As we Import Only Downer's Kerosene Oil,
As we burn Only Downer's Kerosene Oil,
So we keep the Best Downer's Kerosene Oil
Imported iat this Mnrkrl,
AND WK KLL.
i)o i:i:'s Ki;.aStEiE oil
As Low as it can be laid in the 2Iari.-el.
WALLACE & KIC)ELIC,
Opposite L. Li 7'orhrrt's Lumber ' Yard.
a a IT aaaa
Whitney's ISook Store !
Consisting in pari of
ASSORTED SIZED COPYING PRESSES
Assorted sixed Cash Boxes, Bilt Head Boxes,
Bill Hooks, Pen Racks,
Male I'enciis, Lrad PenciN.
Schixjl flutes, Scrap ltoks,
Uerbtiriums, Twi:.e Boxes,
MutUed T.ine, Tuuth picks
Superior Plain Cap Paper,
Superior ruled cap paper,
Sujierior plain letter paper.
Superior ruled letter paper,
Assorted cote paper, Kill bead paper.
Setts Chess men.
Checkers and dice.
Assorted s:z-d Mottin? pad..
1 Uutta tiercha pen h-lders,
V ashiniff.u Meilallinn lens,
r'airuhild's super.nr p-ld ins,
ivory paper haulers.
ranry paier holders,
WistonliriIm's Tenknires, Chr.rlton'a mucilage,
'iu-.ta perch liandd. Line's rulers.
David's black, blue and carmine inks. MaynarJ k Noyes' inks.
Arnold's inks, asborted aizes.
Assorted ink stands, Aasorted pen cleaners
Photographic Alliums, IVopeller pencils.
Pencil leada. Crayons.
AJineassoi tmentof lilaidc IJools,
Clioice. assort ner4 of E,n:ehjtes,
Lxchaivje Jhxk s, IleceijA Books,
Ortler Book s,
r,.n 7 t ?Iann'l Parchment Letter Books,
t.tp and Lifer Clips ami Ilk-s,
Letter ut.d Card Wallets'.
Memoranda 2iu,?;s, rass Books.
Camera hair copyiug brUV..ea) Composition can! frames.
L. . Postage stamps. Letter scales,
AiC, c., ic., to.
Hawaiian Packet Line'
SAN FRANCISCO !;
THE A I CLIPPER BARK
E DISPATCH FOR THE lC0YEglT
Sailias Frbrwary l.i. 1
For reipht or passace. havine tierior srcoOitt.u,
cabin and steerage paasrngers. apply to mlrm fc(
60S 3t WAUtK A ALLES, Arem,'
JAPANESE TEA InTar
Jnt Erctlrrd Per Stfaner Malta, '
1MIIS JAPANESE TEA IS THE YEi
beat Te exported frt.m Japan. 1 1 is put up in oiori, iwJj,
jars of Si and Si pounds each, and each jai is packed by m
in a handsome box with pounds of the Choice KaturaJ Lat
Tea packed around tlie outside or the jar, makinc ia aO TJ ar i
pounds to each box. It is sold sold either by tha yfn(
ihe jar, aa purchasers may prefer, and it it well Worthy r&
aUention of all who are seeking fur a really food Tea. .. .
77i Last Lot uxis sold out in a fete days'
And buyers should call early. For sale by
T I. BARTLKTT
COS lm Family Grocery aed feed g,"
Wetzell Pan lor Sale.
ONE COPPER WETZELL PAX WlTtT
Running Gear complete. Only second to tan Tacuca
Pan as ao evaporator for sugar hotline;. Apply to "wasst
C. H. LKWEbS,
608 2m Or, J. WEST, Capt. of Mary Bfen.
Columbia River Salmon.
EST COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON. I
barrels aud baif barrels. For tale by
Zante Currants and Sultana Raiiins,
IN BAND II I.B. JA RS. Jt'ST RECEIVED
per COUNT BISMARCK. For sale by w
608 laa I. BARTLETT.
rBMIE BALANCE OP PICTURES 05 mien
U wil be sold at leas than Cost, to c'nae the eoaaurnowni.
Apply early. 60s It . H. M. WIHTNKT.
Co-Partners!. I p IVotice.
I HAVE THIS DAY ADMITTED N. C.
HA LEV at a partner ia my basluess. The new firsi will
do business under the nttme of C, N. SPEXCr-R. as ttimerlr.
y sinning for the firm. - C. K. RPKNCKR.
Waiohino, Kau, Jan. 6, ISO.
Golden Gate Mills Flour!
Bakers' Extra, Extra Family and Superfine,
. ' . laa (taarltr hack..
Y1TE A RE IN RECEIPT OF THE ABOVE
V Celebrated Flour, by every Packet, direct from fiat .
Mills, and warranted of the best quality. For aula by ,
60S 3m BULLKS ft CO."
-. : IVOTICE.
milE UNDERSIGNED GIVES XOTHK
M. that he will pay no debu contracted by flJLXMOd
SUA. and warns the public not to trust her. 3. DtFIMU.
January 18, 186. 6Q8 St.
"" '. ' ' ' V-UtrOBTKB or ' ' '-'
FOREIGN DRY COOPS!
, Especial Attewtiaat friveai laa '
ORDERS FOR HONOLULU MARKET.
' HEKRr niCHES, ; . -' i;
' ' 1 ' 1 206 and 208 Battery Streeti "
SEEDS ! SEEDS I
FRESH L PI-LIES OF
Garden, Flower, Fruit ; and Tree Seeds !
1 . . Reee-lve-d y, Every Sleaataer.
- ALSO . '(
CRASS AND CLOVER SEEDS I
F SUITABLE -VARIETIES FOR THIS
CLIMATE, comprising in al!
Tlie Largest Collection of Seeds to be found on this
f ; - Coast. .- .
tJT Orders, by mail or express, promptly attended to in tbtir
turn. Address, OtO. F. SILVKSTEU. Heedanian,
' 608 3m . ' SI? Washington mreet, Han Franciaco. :
..- The -Musical Monthly. .
PUBLISHED BT Al. GRAY, SAN FRAN
C16CO, CL . ,. ; v. , . .. . . , .T. -
. ;ONE DQLLAR A YEAR. .... . ,
Specimen copies can be seen at the Book Stre of "
608 lm ' II. M. WHITS IT.
. ' : . ; :. '. 3
The 3Iaoliiiiery "
. OF . , . . .5
thf rinrmi 111 m siiRflR nmvjn
-CONSISTING OF -
ONE TUBULAR JlOILEIl, ,,
IK FEET LONG X & FEET tt IN. IN
KM diameter ; shell in. iron , hads ta iruo, ecaa
pltte. Built Id Pan Francisco, Sept. 1865. .
One Tubular Holler,' - 1
15 feet long x 6 feet diameter ; shell in. . Iron ; beads ia.
iron, complete. Built in iian Franciaco, 18-ii.
Oue Large Steam Engine,
Cylinders 12 in. diameter-, 24 ia. stroke complete. Built la
8a a Francisco, 1862.
Four Pairs Centrifagais,
With four small Engines for driving the same.
One Large Vacuum Pan,
9 feet diamater ; 1.600 pulLms capacity. Built la San Frsa
Cisco, 1865, complete with air chest, &c, Jtc.
.Two Uritss Cylinder Air rumps, ;
Complete, built in San Francieco, lS6i
One Jacket Pan and Heating Iron,
16 fet x 6 reet x 6 feet 2 in. outside J 14 feet x 6 feet x 1 foot
7 in. inside, made of 1 in. iron. ' ' -
Thiee Iron Blow ITp,
4 reet 10, in. deep ; 3 feet ft in. diameter, with 2 in. steast
tubes made of 3-32 in. iron.
Three Iron Tanks,
8 reel 2 in. x 4 reet x 3 feel, made of in. Iron, with two exlibil.
ors, 1 iu. in diameter. , ,
Three Iron Bag Filters,
Blade of in. iron. S feet 2 is. high 3 fert 2 in. x 2 feet la.
on top ; 3 feet 2 in. X 2 feet 9 iu. at boUom ; 60 screw holes 0B
top of 1 in. in diameter.
Thrip Iran Pniinil Taaki.
2 feet 6 in. diameter inside ; 14 feet 2 in. pr.g ; J and i in. Iron.
Two Iron Round Tanks,
4 feet inside diameter, 16 feet long i and 3-16 in. irca.
One Force Pomp and Shafting,
Complete, 6 in. diameter, 8 in. stroke.
Twenty-five Iron Coolers,
Heavily braced from 2 feet 3 in. to 2 feet 8 in. deep i tool i
feel to 6 feet wide j from 7 feet to 8 feet 2 iu. long.
Four Hundred Wooden Mould.
With five iron Iviops. 2 feet 3 in. deep ; 2 feet 6 In. top disas
ter , o iu. iwuud uiamcier.
One Wrought Iron Vacuum Pan.
1,000 gallons capacity. Made in 1862.
One No. 8 Iujector.
Is offered for Sale in Wholesale cr in parts,
At love figures and on litieral terms, by
II. HACKFELD CO.
A Book which should be in Every Library
ASMEffS' I1AWAIIM DIfflOMf
CONTAINING ABOUT 20.000 HAWAII
Words, with. English sijFUifiuaUon, and
An En'Msn-Hawailan Varabnlarv, and f hrnolcglesl
Table or Historical Events.
By Lorrin Andrews.
PRICE J i?oaD; n f,hee,P:, - -
1 Bound in Half Morocco,
For sale by ii. m. wnrrsrr.
Tlds Valuable Wtrk caZbe obtained :a Zon'ion of
Messrs. TRCBXER & Co., Paternoster Bo .
And ao in Sew York of
Messrs. BARNES CB-, J""8-
ALSO FOR SALE,
EIop's Uawallan and Eu-lish Pliras DocS, W1.