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S4TUHHAT. JAXVARY . Is7t.
TS. prT" FranrWn, l.y in . C. Murray, are
iiu.rnly iilriirig, as h-y contain Ihe annual lalilic of
TIr I-jCiI ,ui.ct uf t.ign w-r f lj,iS2.2TH, which 1
wrr t-w h-irrlr-l iMtar in etcna .f lh.r t4 Uw lrri. j
yar. TV- iii.u f.ju Hawaiian lrfauJs ar- Ktauwo j
at il.l.'Ti;, ,f huh U.i-J io iw-ui of sugar given ;
i'-V,1Ii. Tlrr r- ihi- ih.-r countri-a h.z lra.lc J
,ili.-jn ff iwi, e.-ttl thai f llail. Tin k are ;
Eeprcsentatives for Honolulu.
Election Monday, Fb. 7.
A. K. JI'DI),
irral Britain, Fr-e au.1 LUna. j
-7,111 . lrie. 1 he (t ri ! hr IU-iuJ are rl d..u j
I i; b'Miu a faliuu; vlT of ab-jut two huinirc-J mini j
try V.mAml l,IU. from Kiiwi yrar. In the list of .
rwir.tft-a vUk (ij;ru nrre nulr, tlvae Ilaml sUimI j
T( t ,Ul number .f .:u-r.''r arriin? ty sea is given al l
-4. ';, an.! Ihe tl.-.rtur- -j,S,irJi. The arrival from II'X- ;
I-iiu iTT. tli..- .I. j.1(:.ir. j I II-mchuIu .'j'. i
T 1 . . . . - t ' T ' '
rti., it it;;,,,.. ( br ih , J " ;
SA TUIl DA Y. JA XtTA li Y
Tilts Coming iloctlon.
The hicnnial election f.jr repreHrniativos will
j f.ublir-fced in the Jajrtu Tinus of jiteiulx?r yth,
l.VGS, nre sufficient to su.-tiiin tliee u.fcrtions :
' A very absurd cry was Rot up here against the
pclictne, wliich was fctigmntize-J as an attempt to
introluce the Macao coIie trade system, and the
American .Minister interfered in a most improper
manner considering that the United States Govern
ment pretends to be in friendlj alliance with that of
Hawaii and, exercising his authority oer an Amer
ican subject who, as Hawaiian Consul, was carrying
out the transaction, stopped it when but naif com
pleted." " And here we may as well set right those who, in
complete ignorance of the details of the arrange-
j men's between the Hawaiian Government and that
J of Japan, have been cacklihg about man-stealing,
: kidnapping and a new coolie trade.'"
I ".Surdy there is nothing in all this in any way
J resembling the horrible Macao coolie trade. There
is no kidnapping, no deception ; there are most
' advantageous terms and a government guarantee
that all conditions of the contracts fchall be carried
out ana tne same protection riven to tue l.'uiuigruuis
burn and destroy tire cane fields of the ir-land and
disable the eugar mills. Vt'e have liberated 140,
000 (.laves at a loss'of $100,000,000. We have
our duty to do ; and, taking our wisest counsel
Tlic Ikiiokoa Newspaper.
The yron?li X2iiiilre.
The Emperor Napoleon lias again made a . .. nTlpI. tt.-oroa has paswd
concession to the Liberal party of France, . r w,ia f ifa nrirTinal -nroDrietor. and froin
11J1.L IIIV? uuiiw v O '
reorganized hia cabinet, placing at iw nea"- . . . . t. -,llhi;Kher of
lore into our confidence, we have ge ne straight mail who was formerly known as an extr""8 date Mm 06 . . , . . .. , Ko nrft
. I f.-rn X l O lnri'Illl II1I1L 1 L DIIUU fc am -
fctt i irr-iv-
hlv than ever before, devoted to elevating
forward in the prograuirne of our duty." TKadical, ia. Ollivier. The Emperor has vielde06 Advertiser.
S I .. . . ... .rruM-mirrhlv than
. s mo PP16 wtB uiat gce lor wnicn ir. iha TTftWftr,anB in the wincirlcs
From the Hawaiian Gazette. (y falEOUB while it has in reality been cxtor""1 instructing
IIolNt In if t lit Axifsti'luii Flnj;.
On Stiturday, the 22d inst., the Consular Flag
of the Austro-IIungarian Empire was hoisted, for
the first time, over the residence of the Consul,
Dr. E. Hoffmann. The Captain and officers of
the Donau were present to assist in the ceremony ;
! also the gentlemen of II. M.'s Staff, their Excel
lencies the Cabinet Ministers, his Excellency the
Minister Resident of the United States, II. B. M:'s
Consul and Commissioner, II. E. the Governor of
Hawaiian racket aJ
THE A 1 CLlPPKR BARK
SD C. MURRAY
j 3 YA
... " . ,-,1 .n their rifUts ana priviieeo no ixn-u.w.
they really originated with him. TheBe chan;h bod r0"110
or Frelgbt or PaisaRe, having Haiierlor Arcomn1(JilU
.. i FautviiKers. apply to
fit. m " - w i i i; b'lt f. I I T f
1, n t.a arrrAar. iPirfll I:LI l( )U Ul III. T
are Bimply this-thc substitution of an admit . K!niT(i . anJ we WOuld call Ifn AVZliiail Packet Li
it.iu.:r '.',, .,,.1 ii fiir.s-iiar iwkrts. The which is the day designated by law. There wiil
A. V ! w CIIV V V r a lm a..a
lui. r'x fr-il,t ni-n'j , (f-rn Ibis -rt t- Hao FraorUi-o,
rTay , ;,.) A ifij,.
i.ljr t:tr: t..:--n ifijt r"r, I"' "te i:i the
"prii f an.l two in lh-r f..!l, if.-.J lli.-r-u U.io m n TtaiulT
a grat tM iii ir.aJ'ti-r ho-J pfaiv.n of loe tt given in ine
& .. : . ... . . . ....... . . -a . r . f ' . ... r.r.i'i. ji. rr.irt.
Ue,cim.-chal,! Ly U,e'oerUo.I Pacific Kailroll, , duce a rt'Ctipt at the with the WOlda
fnm b.t(i v k-ara lh.it a Ur;tr iraUic ia Ifinjt done on it. . on it KvpoUO he kuho ana" entitled to Vole,
be two IioIIh. one at the north entrance ami the
m ' -
other at the south entrance of the C-nirt-houw
in this cit3'. The voting will commence at 8
o'clock A. M., and clone at 5 o'clock I. M. N
person w ill be allowed to vote who does nut pro-
j Minit-ter referred to, which was
the Scioto kit Japan :
Legation- or the United States op America.
Yokohama, May L'Cth, 18C8.
In pursuance of the 4th Section of the Act of
ifucd iuet after ' entire Consular Corps, besides a large number of
i -l! i.1 r vnonnt. 1 1. '
otucr geuiieuieii, nc jwu. un nit; occasion.
Capt. Wiplinger, upon giving the flag into the
keeping of Consul Iloflmann, made the following
remarks, which have been furnished by Dr. Ilofl
mann, at our request :
Mr. Consul : I now give into your keeping the
Imperial Austrian and Royal Hungarian Commercial
I "u C which words must be cancelled by the Inspectors ! June 22nJ, 18G8. 1 Robert li. Vnu Valkenburgh j The day
c,, .h. e., tr, r iKu ka.n), then he (2,r.l uf . , . , Minister Resident of the Unite.1 States in Japan, do a real day
HrkMfl ,iry s.Ki1.1H,i.,.r.1,4r,m nwrq. .... . . r i r. ,-i 1 hereby decree the following regulation, which shall to exercis
i rate ..i rM..TlfJ(., !" v..c Du ...i.icm. , have the f of la in Court3 the United ! ofiicial
Thr r-..:.j ff.iii rrvt-iiH-9 aivi rui.mi. aniouut, f.,r the . Any jtsoii who chooK.'rt to do so, can cutlor-e 1 States in Japan
I Congress giving certain Judicial powers etc. approved Flag.
you also celebrate for me, I can assure you,
of rejoicing, as it offers me the opportunity
j one ot tne most agreeable duties of mv
position, which is to promote the peaceable in-
tercouse in which distant nations unite, by a free un-
...... ... .... .... vnplrlv nancr in
.ration or ministry wh.e,, is responsible to r of the trading public and all other
people for the one-man power which the Empef advertise, to this fact. It is taken and
nas ceretotore escrcieea, ana wbK-n ne now ice'" , ,i,ntrr.nt;im In worth
... . . ' , . . eadbv nearly every man whose attention is worm
wita increasing age, that he cm exercise f80. 3 .v,nt d in almost every
longer with safety. - Kingdom. To thro who know
C'n tue isa oi January, tne new .Ministry, mat . . . j..:0t. it in mnwyiuent-
r i Ti i . ho value of judicious advertising, it 18, consequent
tion party, was announced
as follows :
Minister of Justice and Rel.g.on-Emde OU.vier f t dollars a year, which
Minister of foreign. Aflairs Count Napoleon d'"eu,tlJr i
la Rue. t1v mv for the cost of paper, composition and
Minister of the Interior Chevalier de Valdrome,eggworc "We truft tho6e foreignere who desire
Minister of Finance Louis J. Buffet. ' . t.;a .nA anooced and be
-.-..-. T., , t.t... . nn enterrjrise or this kina eucceeu, ouu uo
mmisier ui iir ueii. tuuiuuu iieuuui. . ... . , .
Minister of Marine Regault de Genoally. ? use to the native population, win tuu m
io Instruction Ennle AlexisSegns.y Qf subscriptions and advertisements, ior it
ic Works-Marquis de Lalhonet. J u of money to publish a news-
The office of the
THE A 1 CLIPPER HARK
In tr ' -
.1 M II "
II. ! SNOW. Maalrr, " W1
jral or Anti-Administr adJ that it iBthe cheapest medium WiU have ttuick Dispatch for abovePor
zed in the official J"yadvertieiDg that is iurnished here. For Freight or P.." wpertor xi , .j,u01
, w r . The subscription terms remain as before.at the .ud r.,e ALtMi lu
Religion Emile Ollivier . . 1 - . n,t.;K 1 rwJ.
Minister of Public
Minister of Public
Minister of Fine Arts M. Maurice Richard
Hawaiian I'aclcet Ii
mv. FINE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
Minister of Emperor's Household-Count VaiUont iper of any kind in Honolulu. Ihe office of the 1. " r 4v f -tT TTIT
President of the Council of State Esquiron de L-of the Kiokoa wiU be that formerly occu- riH have Dispatch lor tne aDOVC
j-ar.i. - . . .u.,.tu ! nig ,:,u0t m a siahd enrttopc, with no name on llie oi t.ongress to pronibit tne coolie traie ! uerstauoing, tor the weltare and development of man
l u,,.!.,.,!,.!, iu .he itc-., of in it. -,lich CMVeioll(? Mrinftr Mn(Hl ih ' proved February lfth, 18G2-and which was kind. ' . . .
irriui rw-iiu:. ' i cm , i , .. , irainea wit'i regard to China 13 hereby niaue appii- lake care 01 our nag, as a symbol of peace and
Th r-a; efc.ir -ai-n i the yrar uo.i-r rtkw csr.i ihw count takes jl:ice. ShouM two ballots be found , cable to Japan. concord. May it be to the traveler a signal that also
of any .r:vi.MM year, ia-i a; r.ue arn.uuiii.g to w,!a7,7l7. ' in it, they count as nothin". I L. S.l R. B. Vax Valkenbcrgh. in the f ir East, the idea of liberal and ueaoeful de-
Tb f.iiiiW at (lie UraiHt Mint aui-juiitcl V $14,4C,o0o,
nttbarju; a falling oITu oimiarnl will. .r viiun year.
Tbt aart i'r of tSc divi.--tjI il lK'U iniTrratioD9 ha
ri'.l bi.rn ai grrat a in iMe prt vi u )'sr, lt'- amount lor
the aMi yar t'in :t Jwn at lj-iO.TTS.
!te3p:i;n; iu ifk. i in Sari FranrijW", ur a.lv:rn mate
j:.t ib'-p- k u t-iTi a niHti-ruil .!-iin- in u.ir. 1 h; ten kixt
' n.i-r fr'm China broaiit r!iiiitrntj of .-ctra li'ice ccii
ii2:ir. Tr prevent lh- C'rtitir!U.tm:fr of nurli liip
iiiti, a.nl p. !)! with a liir ! lr;iiii Mssi.m ol r
taI rar .:- f r-rwry rraS Mill on th nnirk' t, Ihe reQixrrs
th'-n- fciivc r.infil IU- .r.c. f ir, ui : t.'ru-li'-J, 14c;
V.lU.w '". III. T.- ell -cl baa l-.ii t- 1-'iurals I lie ni:irkt
f .r Hawaiian n-r", vlii. h ar-; iiitrtl at II DlHr 't t boirc ;
1i;4j IJt. fr pl i Hiii'JC. I--T IllriJiuill, Ac.
I tiw ui'A'rm Ih-r- u n i'iiian.l.
l iv mvxrk rir- waa hvay j 4oing at Sc.
Kfia c.if.-r, 17'"., taml ixiite in lirt hauJa.
Pnii, luxniiil at Oi.
i;.l rwi.l j.,uvil, aral was qnt:J at iKr LiU -I at
S( rni in Vw Vi.rk was in fuI-rate J- minj at I Si ;
wU:.lc -lull l aO-aJO c-clill.
It is jirobable that the election will be more
: hotly contested than any previous one, and for
; this reason, we trust that no (Jovcrnmeiit official
J will be allowed to take active part in influencing
; the votes of any of the electors at the jn!i..
Their duty is to preserve order, not to influence
a vote. The occurrences at the lafet election will
not be soon forgotten, when Eill llagsdale, Cc
: tain Mahuka and others in (lovermuent service,
, tore up la!I..trf f the indejiendent candidates,
and practically funul many voters to doj)-it
, ballots which they did not de.ire to. I.et there
: be n rep titin of such transactions, lut let it
' le a fair ami Kjuare ctaml-iip content letwcen
the two leading parties then no one can com
plain. There are two leading tickets now before the
; voters of this city. First is what is called the
nooriET Rnonex, (wine nier.-liant an.1 privy councillor.)
K. II. U.vu. (l.ulrlier.)
S. M. Kmtiiii', (liixl.iiiiiii.)
S. P. h.unt, (iurvc.ir anJ privy councillor )
TIht x'tkouvrr iirtfkoumd saikiJ on WViluca-Liy f Kawai
har. ttvte to laie in a rari of live aiock for TaliiU.
TV Lrit R fZ'tntimn siile.1 yestcnlay for Victoria with a
Mr. liartow luU
a crclil cUr n Thurvlay of Eng Uh rx Paraguay aixl
lK-r Uir arrival. I'rit c rrr l w, but aa g'-oO aa could be
rii l' J ia lite -r-:M l..l of our uark' U.
; without any contract, except the promise of the
; Hawaiian Consul that they should find euiploy-
I meiit for tlirce years, at lour dollars a month,
f and then be returned to their homes, without
expense to themselves. These were the terms as
I officially published at the time of their arrival :
" The Japanese have left their own country under
! no written contracts. There is only the agreement
. of the Hawaiian Consul, as Agent of the Board,
j with the Japanese authorities, that the wages shall
; be luur dollars per month, with food, clothing and
; medical attendance, and a free passage from, and
! return, at the end of three vears. to Janan. Then
ticny to workingmcii the right to think, speak i r under verbal en gage menu to perform the service
AltnUUr Resident of Ihe United Slates in Japan, velopment is realised.
These extracts sufficiently disprove the asser- i 11 is not likely that a protection of the flag will
j tions offic ially made in the extract quoted from e e demanded of you The free land in which it
1 J waves, the high sense of the illustrious Sovereign,
i the Gazette, and show that " some one" in and this enlightened Government, the general ap
: Jafu has claimed " and 4t intimated," too, in j preciafion of right and duty, the noble hospitality
! rather clear language, that there was "kidnap- j Sion US
; ping " in the c:u-e. j in conclusion of these few, but sincere words, per-
! Now the plan on which these Japanese cmi- j mi t me to add that I heartily congratulate my Gov-
grants were obtained was unquestionably the fTH t"' 1' 'T- rePrese.utative-
c conhdently hope that many ships bearing our flag
only one on which foreign laborers should be J wll have occasion to visit these hospitable Islands,
: procured for there inland. And had their de- a"d to make the acquaintance of our estimable Consul.
parture only received the full sanction of the j T which Consul Iloilmann made the following
'Mikado's CJovcrmnent, no comr-laint could be ' TCV in German :
made. ith oidy this exception, wo agree with
the Jajian Times, when it Kiys, " there is not a
single objectionable point in the whole aflair."
The emigrants were engaged for three years,
LOCAL COMMKUCIAL. j
Th lurk t. C. Murray, wIim b arrival mi Snrkiay kut,
hririr a kmall rarg-. S-h- will -r taii on at oner for a rrturu
cargi, i-i llir Hawaiian Parkt Li-i1.
.t.iyui.-r .ut-aiban the .varr.iy LrongbL Wrt! i, rn rrmie . 'r',e tw,J ltt ''cd gentlemen were rcprcsenla
f.r l!.i.rk"H. with a full carr of ii ir. ami niiminther toi.iy. fives in the lat legislature, cleciird by the JoV-
ernment party, ainl their record is too well
known to need any extended exj.ositiou here.
' rarg .of j .inmiic prNiu.e. l nose wiio admire blind devotion to the Ministry,
-ivit.iuntr .i, dae on Wr.ir..iay, dat.- from San ' on all questions, whether right or wrong, who
r raiu-iro io j .in. arc rci.ft.
l-al traJr haa tern Jull liie pat wevk.
ami act lor titcmselves, will vote for them. Mr.
' Kamakau is the historian, and has been in the
; Legislature bef rc. Mr. Kalama was a candidate
: at the last election on the Independent Ticket.
Huring theUftt ,.r ah-mt T.OOO.ooO acr of public n,i r,-,.!.,,!.!,, I,K ...
- - i m .j . ..vwn. mi. . 1 11 v.trnr IK?
l-equircl, to the Board, which has the riijht to assi-m
this service to others, and is responsible for the pay
Captain Wiplinger commanding II. I. and It.
Jil.'s Ship Donau, and Officers : It is iu accordance
with the usual custom, when a foreign power is rep
resented by raising its official flag, to accompany it
by some ceremony ; but in distant countries, it seldom
happens that on such an occasion we are honored
with the presenceof such distinguished visitors as we
have had here to-day, thereby giving a particular ex
pression to this celebration. Although it is much to
be regretted that the visit of the I. and R. Ship
Donau was occasioned by the fury of the elements,
wuh so severe and disastrous results, vet the inhabi
tants of this country may congratulate themselves on
haying received providentially such distinguished
visitors, and it remains only to be hoped that the
honored gentlemen have no cause to regret having
found an asylum here, and that when the JJonuu shall
depart, they will have us with feelings of mutual
Jiinrlness and esteem, to proceed towards their beloved
In this couutry, There the memories of particular
events are more cherished, because they are not so
easily obliterated by new impressions, your visit.
On Saturday, January 1, as reported by kJe
graph, the Emperor, in reply to the usual addess
of the Corps Lcgislatif, responded to (he
President of that body aa follows: Thelis
surance of devotion which you address to nit in
the name of the Corps Ieyislatij, renders ;ae
happy. Ncer was good understanding ure
necessary. New circumstances have augnierud
your prerogatives, without diminishing no
authority given me by the nation. In eharig
the responsibility with the great bodies of !lie
State, I feci more confident of overcoming difficil
ties in the future.
Subsequently, in reply to the Archbishop of
Paris, the Emperor replied : I accept with
gratitude the good wishes of the clergy of Paris,
licceivc in return my felicitations uponj the teal
yuu nave miowii in promulgating among Vie
masses the doctrines of self-abnegation anJ charia
ed by Mr. James AV. Austin, over the post
Ice, where any orders, verbal or written, may
it left, and will be attended to.
THE MEMBERS OP EXGINKCO.
hta i rmifii iu meet at inuir iiuuc. m
full Uniform, at 9 o'clock A. M Kehnmry 8, for
- - - . ni M u
annual parade. uyuraeroi
V... Vmlirht or I'ltMIF. nll " '" "ttoillluUHt Jr
for cabin .ud. 1'XZ ? UXS, Wtton,
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO ci-
Firemen 's Notice!
la small Una,
Ersjlisli Cheese, in Bladders, Carr1ng lhc jnM states
FOR SALE BY
3VXZ3 1 A33 Xj T2
;TO ARRIVE! STEAMSHIP IDAHO
mentor the wages, and the faithful Romance of y TL1 ,
a -- v v . .sj i u vvuuiiiui
ana expressive llawauan word "Aloha !"
all the stipulatious of the engagement with them on
ui meii- t-mptoyers ine ixiara, ineriore.
lari.U men rutrrrd otulrr I lie llocmxiat.1 aixl oilier law.,
tUl i iw ta I nil. .1 I'UIU eruUM:ul bcttreco $4,000,000 aoj
: iATfvi i V111-A rar ft Itretity-fnar li'-rcr., or
atoxtl l.M f ill.w., A l.'ulifornia wiw waa recrallf biMrd on
l lit- I'm dlr U..inu.il fM A f I j i , I i. .rf Tm nirw .n.1
kr.ia.iy pr.iwi .i t;iiiif.Tua n..r rrariics s.ooo.uoo gaiioiw, ; ployees and hangers on, including the soldiers
"iiiiiiMni uiai tu i en ;eara iiiue ine animal vaiur fi ,
itvt crp wiu aaxmiit to u,uw,luO, a;..! cual in value the
I r x-ut g"ll proilari.
draw olT some votes from the t-ame ticket this
year. This ticket has the great advantage of
having the united vote of the (government em-
.Vta. Tuciico Vrr lmr I-lalin, Ftlrniry 8.
I vi 1.MI1 I'cr .N'.tlic Merrill, M-aalar.
PORT OI aOIXOZ.TJZ.I7. II. z.
2T! fctsr IlIlie. .;ka,fnn KaaaL
Srj-A MU V Marray, IWurMrll, 17 day. IroD, 8au . of ofjjcc or 6uUiJy
21 fi-hr hale lrr, Rirrpn, frum IfarraiL
i'4 .-Vli.- .Maribla. berrill.frr.nl Hawaii.
Ml ft li f t iria. MakanalUW-, from MauL
t u - ui.v, I jmlicrt, fnin KauaL
ii i-rir riry 'own, Kinith, fpm KauaL
i S. hr Ka !. Power, from Maui.
JA s-hr l.uka, lla-fit-bl, from Knruii.
irhr Kamaib?. H illantier. fpun Maui autl Mulukal.
j.; St-hr llokul'.lc. la-l. lt. from llaw.iii.
j S. Iir Manuxt.Awai, Makahi, fr.m MauL
Sclir Atini--, Paty. frrtn llawnii.
Ui ji.:lir N ".lie Merrill. I'ltuwy, frxrn Maui.
2 C-hr Vi.iry Rlkcn. Crarw, Ir-'iu JIuui.
2S-i.-lir M. Kriki. Napr. fr-n Mani.
r Aru ahi Charger, 1-t.o-r, 17 l.iy fin San Francinco.
received the laborers here, are iu dutv bound to tro-
: vide suitable places for them, and to return them to
; their own couutry."
j These Japanese laborers, imported in the Scioto,
! were practically free laborers, coining here uvA-
the whole numbering perhaps three hundred oul conlracii a,Ml only entered into contract after
votes. t,ier arrival, which, had it been made directly
The other ticket is the j w,tl1 tl,e Plilnter or employer, would be the very
Ixdfie.iet Ticket. rJs,w" c emwug u tee esiaousneu
neie in oocaining laoorers. And yet the govern
ment organ says it would be the bight of folly to
undertake to bring free immigrants into this
country, forgetting that the experiment has
t been done
it would have met no adverse criticisms. Those
who have employed thein, have generally been
well satisfied; and while we are glad to learn that
the Japanese Envoys were so well pleased with
the condition in which they found their country
men, we think that this government might have
T " 1 . . . .
i having induced free emigration from Japan, and th;" . f 7 , , , 7f J- , ? IO con.sl?ere
.i i . . - - ... . . ' i tins u.-iy as one of the bricrhtest in mv Liter npi-iml nf
life. To receive, without solicitation on my part, the
A. F. Jl'DD, (lawyrr.)
II. Tiiowrf 5i. (lawyer.)
J. Kiro, vfurm.Tly lii.,ing inasl'.T.)
U. U. KiViji, (lawyer )
THE AWdALPARADK OP THE
Honolulu Kire Department will take place on
Thursday, Feliruary 3d, 1870. The several Coru
lunit s are requested to HSocnible in full Uniform
wuii tutu ue Apparatus iu the fiuare opposite ihe Engine
House of " Mi'chmiie Engine t'ouip iny Ho. 2,"' at 10 o'clock
A. M. A full and prompt attendance is requested.
Per Order CI1AS. T. OULICK,
Honolulu, Jan. 29, 1870. Sec'y 11. F. D.
IV o. 5 Merthaut street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS COXSTAXTLY ON HANI)
a large variety of
Which he offers for sale at the lowest market prices.
Seta of best Black Walnut Parlor Furniture,
Spring back Easy Chairs, Lounges, Matt raises.
TT Hair and Spring Mnttrasses, Window Shades and Slip
The Usual Assortment of
To be Sold Cheap,
my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
UTrrun Keunoiin ble. jCJ
appointment as Consul of His Imrjenal and Itov.-il
Austro-Hungarian Majesty, in this Kinffdom. IS a . Covers made to onler. Old Furniture re-u
1 ivlinr.f In f., I lui.i v. . ... , , and varnished with warranted sutiBfaction.
,ur .ucu i migm, ne enviea, aua as such call aud examine my stuck before purcl
i gnueiuiiy acKiiowieage it.
lVrf.vIl v rnnvinpvl that m-r, f'.,1j ; 1
ure in rr xL-U,cr i h V . All or,lers from Ship-mastera aud the other Islands will be
ure in makiug the sojourn of these gentlemen as ; promptly attended to. ;i4 iy
agreeable as possible, it will be to me a particular i
pleasure to contribute to their comfort; and. Sir, j AnMIIUICTOATADIC CAI C
permit me on this occasion, to express my most sin- Iwl 1 1 w IO I I JT. O OHLC
cere thanks for the compliment paid to me, which, j n' VIRTUE OP AN ORDER MADE BV
coming from you, is certainly highiy gratifying, and i t the Hon. A. S. flartweii, JuHice of the Supreme Court,
also to assure vou that in mv ottifial r'- f or Aft.' J b v t--1"" ! ".ttr ,j the Estate
r CUUUUJ o UUU, IV. ll .
These nre all native Hawaiian, well known as
i men of intelligence, independence and intcritv. ! already . been fairly tried. Had it
! . ... - ...?..... f " me mn assent Ot tlio .Ft .
Whose votei, can not be "iC i''"ie r ... .
If clcctel they pledge them
selves to support tho Administration in every
thing thsvt they consider for the welfare of the
people, but will opjiose every project of a con
trary nature. This ticket will carry great weight
j with all who desire to be honestly and fairly rep
; resented in the Legislative Hall, where, at best,
the people have but little voice in the Adminis
' tration and framing of laws, and will doubtless
command the support of nearly every foreigner
and of all the natives Mho arc left to act for
There may be other tickets brought out to
i solicit the support of voters, but they can receive
Jsi Am s. lir(;re) bound, Vhtlcr,: fc.r Tahiti via Ka- JJre fQ Pce fair play, and an open ami
2.v..-i,ro.ina,M.ikanai-i.h-ic. frMoIokai aud Maui. honorable contest between two nearly equally
tiiiXil?. ' divided parties, to drop all other candidates and
-r MariUla, lrri!l,f Hawaii- ,.,ll1fa. and SUTDort One or the Other of these.
: . A L
2-Z rr.-hr Warwifk. J'-hii Knll, fr Sloli.kai.
a j-hr Nellie Merrill. I"liiin-y, f-r Maui
J2 5r(-hr Moi KeiWi, Na-. for .Maui.
! sVhr 1'aiuhi, f-r Hawaii.
acted with more consideration lor the rights of
the planters and other employers of these laborers,
than to allow them to be taken off without a
day's notice, or, in some instances, any explana
tion. In other matters, it has sought the co-operation
of planters ; why should it not have done so
an Hnt hri? Uyraiitiuin, Calhoun. t.r Victoria, V. I.
ITS Svhr l.uka,' Hatfield, f..r Kauai.
Tlio C n l)ii ii Itcvolution.
The condition of afEiirs in Cuba still remains as
mystified as it has for months past. If any
change has taken place it would seem to have
been in favor of the Spaniards, who have now the
co-onemtion of the thirty irunboats built in
I If all the names do not suit, erase such and in- j America, which sailed from New York during
I M TOUTS.
f aow f r'atsnto rvr 1. C. MurraT. Jaa. 2-ah :
, scrt others that do. Hut let thcj two tickets
- have the whole licld to themselves, as they h id at
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50 ll..l..ware. pkar. .
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bI Iron. pk;. ............
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Ut S.id.li' rv.
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4 S.Ui, plus. ...........
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the election in 1808.
The Tiil.j.cMil'iit llt form.
The inde;ndeiit party ) impose to be gnid.il in
V '. the canvass at the approaching election of repre-
tentatives by the following principles :
! First. The true object of legislation is to secure
December and January for Cuba. They will aid
very materially in blockading the insurgents, and
preventing the landing of war materials for their
j One of the despatches from Havana states that
the proposition made in Congress to impose a duty
or Jice cents a pound on all centrifugal grade
sugars has caused great excitement there, as well
! it might. This, if carried out, would be a heavy
burden on Cuban planters, and drive them per-
it.A a. rul nf ltk frlOM tut nillilHfltV
3 j Le'eisUtive Atscmblv should be men absolutely in de- bai to seek annexation to the United States,
11 ' ....... lunt nml .lixinf rwtHl- whom from the iiiterritv ! ivl.I..1i ur.uihl mvi in llipm nn :innu:il tux of over
1 i ri :n: ,. f .1 ..11..
It may be to this newly-developed policy that
2 ' jiendent and disinterested, wliom from the integrity
4 i of their character, it will be impos.sillo to swerve
1 : from their devotion to the interests of the eople by
-l any influence whatever.
Tlurd. The Government shouM be conducted ac
1 cordinz to tlie principles of wise economy.
Fourth. internal improvements, nu riiiy pi.innea
I and supported si-cure the iust permanent and bene-
i Fifth. The materi d and moral prosperity of the
F Thiti IVr Or.'"tittl. Jan. 2iJ:
Caik', :llla.. ....... ....ti.lil I liay, barra.
Value foreign produce.. ............ ....
F. Virroaia I rr HTz-mtium, J.m 27 r gai.ject ,s best seeured by a system which encourages
MSaiu:::::::: :'; &::::::::::a$ : the Pie to cultivate a..d rei.ie o their own i.o...e-
fiiii.rha 2.UM, ; ttcads or kaleunis, and generally fee simple owner
Value ftweti: $1-1.21-17. 1 sj,jp in land by the nmjority, and discourages tlie
concentration ot land titles in tne nanus oi a weauny
few, which state of tilings, as is shown by history.
'. renders impossible tlie existence of a nourishing
-" ! J .... ,.
.. . . i . . ,. . i
limsi rinv in ... .vmiij, .411. .nn-i s . , I-.. , - t.,,;
Iherx w if- and i children. J InuVr. r .in.l child. Mi. 1 i iniu'iie tiws vi jiiucjt-iiutru.
ian. W chanirMTain. a W C:i(-ri. v Wii.Hi. K Unti.xi, tbou'id therefore tend toward tlie growth and develop-
W Martin, w v ilr. I. J lw, ana li t.oiura-
Kon Tahiti Per Creyhouud, Jar. '2'i II litierc and
II t Wll. TO In SufC'-kl, (litun., I. litb, Ilie wife of Capt.
A. Hatniiloo il a tlauUler.
j mcnt of such a middle chiss of independent lamllioli-
I Sixth. A high protective tariff would enhance the
j already high cost of living in this country aud work
j to discourage free immigration hither.
( Seventh. Legislative interference with the natural
laws of supply and demand both as respects labor
and trade, should be positively discountenanced.
Wccdow StntM In ItiU fitr, at the Fort Ktrert Churrh,
Xoesilay evrniu. II.' 2Sth uit., by Rev. E. V. Bixsell, Mr.
V. C WsrooJi.of MiiUllrwx, F.nsland, to Mi loa J.&i.oax,
ride dausti U-r of R. K. rAuan, L.-j , Eaal CIcTelaiHl, Ohio.
Kowtisv-MeTCAtr 1 thia rily. on Saturday evening,
inat., by R!. II- H- Farker. Mr. W. . Rowlisd io
Mim llcts? MBTraLr, ecml daushii-r rf the Ule Tbeu. 11.
M rtralf, l-H . bob Honolulu. No canla.
AlleeJ Fraaa br O Klrcti Iaaerir..
Me. Editor : I am informed by a reliable person
that rar'J 'a t"13 cx,f fuzd his name on the
printed list of uglified voters for this district, who
gays that be neglected to pay his taxes until during
the first week in January. How can this be possible
Tlio Jnpuncse Liab(rcrf
The ofiicial organ of tliis week has a labored
article, evidently by authority, to show that the
emigration of the Japanese, brought here in June,
1868, by the chip Scioto, was voluntary on their
ja.rt and fair on tho part of the agents engaged.
The drift of its argument may be inferred from
the following extract :
" No cne has ever claimed, or intimated, that there
was any kidnapping of men. The idea is suffi
ciently absurd to kidnap 350, or even 150, men
and women io the streets of their own town by one
single man, and embark them on board a isntisii
1 t J 1 . il. . 1..a jakah r1 r-u l aw vn
Messrs. Inspectors? Our right of representation is ; -or "
BuCkicntly circumscribed and farcical without taking j .g aU incorret,t Whllc e ,,ave
such advantages- I had suppose-l that two cf the ; doubfc Uawaiian ConEO, Mr E jj. Van
Specters were too gentlemanly to be s,lty. of such ,
;H i.inv one of them I have always believed would j ' , , , 4l - .
viJUmy . one oi i .,! :a;w nJwc bn.ia fide free emigrants, this does not
v ,;itw f most anvthinf;, and it is evident that ' . , , ,
be gniUy or my any the fact that at least one of the okchama
evil conimunicatious have corruptea gooa manners. .... , t
cvu coming Voter. papers stigmatized the obtaining of these laborers
1 SI beg leave to answer my qtery to the "kidnapping," and that tho American Minister
Inspectors The party whose name was fraudulently il a notice forbidding any American ship
inserted was sure to vote for the government. If from engaging in such service. A e had a copy
one fraud has been perpetrated might not others be ? of the piper referred to, but cannot find it now,
Honolulu, Janqary tSU, im j tI,ouSh t,M! tmtts Crom a rc to lt' .
the correspondent of the .'ew York Tribune refers
when he Kiys " that the Administration has now
under earnest consideration the propriety of
changing its course in regard to Cuba, and of
speedily recognizing flic belligerent rights of the
insurgents. This course is impelled by the evi
dent feeling of the people and the temper of the
majority of Congress. The report further states
that Secretary F;oh and Senator Sumner have cx
piesscd, within three daj-s, such views as would
indicate a change of policy towards Cuba and
confidence in their future."
A report was published in Havana on the first
of January that the insurgents had decided to
submit and surrender to the authorities. This,
however, has been stoutly denied by the Chairman
of the Cuban Junta in 'ov York, who has pub
lished a card denouncing as utterly false the press
dispatches from Havana in regard to the circular
alleged to have been received in Cuba from the
Juuta, advising the Cubans to lay down their
arms, and declares if 6uch circular exists it is a
case of forgery and part of a deep laid, unscrupu
lous scheme to pervert public opinion respecting
the progress of the revolution. He says they are
usinrr the most strenuous efforts in its behalf, and
every day they are more confident of success, with
or without the support of foreign nations.
But perhaps the most authentic report of the
condition of the rebels is that given in the proc
lamation of President Ccspodes, under date of
(luaynias, Cuba, Nov. 30: He claims to have
40,000 troops, well armed, and with passable dis
ciplinr", and to be receiving supplies and munitions
of war quite regularly. He asks recognition by
the Congress of the United States. He Bays :
" "Ye have captured 1,926 Spanish soldiers, 1,471
of whom have been released on paroles. Have
captured 6,322 Btand off arms and 29 pieces of
artillery from the enemy. Our lines to-day are
within rifle shot of every city and town on the
island east of the eity of Matamoras ; and we are
able to engage the enemy at one point or another
dailv. We have directed that tlie armies should
be mv nrli."lllr cfn.lir tn ronrslnt VOUI
J r ' v . - - j . .
flfll. whinh nunmaiula tlu nunwt of the ClVlllZCU
world in such a manner as may be satisfactory to II. ;
w-j9i. AVramarm then addressed the audience as
follows, in English :
Gentlemen : I thank you for the honor you have
shown to the flag of the I. 11. Austrian-Hungarian
Empire by your presence on this occasion.
I fully appreciate the honor of being called to rep
resent, as Consul, the I. R. Empire in this Kingdom,
and I sincerely cherish the hope that I may be the
humble instrument of continuing and streuthening
tlie bonds of friendship and amity so auspiciously
formed by the providential but happy visit of this
noble ship, the Donau, to our shores, commanded by
so distinguished and gallant an officer.
I propose, now, to raise, for the first time on these
shores, the I. R. Austrian-Hungarian Flag, thereby
signifying that another link is added to that grand
chain of national friendship and esteem, and I trust
j'ou will unite with me in the hope " Long may it
The flag was then raised amid the hearty cheers
of the numerous assembly, the band of the Donau
playing the National Hymn, and the detachment
of Marines in attendance upon the Captain, pre
After three hearty cheers had been given to the
Consul, the Company adj iurned to the house
where an elegant collation had been laid, of which
nothing need be said except that it was prepared
under the supervision of the Doctor and his esti
mable lady. Captain Yiplingcr proposed the
health of His Majesty Kamehnmcha V., which
was drank with great enthusiasm as was also the
tho health of His Imper'.al and Royal Austro
Hungarian Majesty proposed by His Excellency the
Minister of Foreign Aflairs.
An hour was passed most agreeable by the
company, during which time several healths were
proposed and drank, among which was that of
the Captain and officers of the Donau, proposed
by Mr. Hcuck.and that of Admiral von Petz.and
the gentlemen of his suite, by Dr. Hoffmann.
Aside from the very great pleasure experienced
at seeing, for the first time in this Kingdom, the
Commercial flag of the Austro-IIungarian Empire,
hoisted over a Consulate, all will unite in the
sentiment so eloquently expressed by Captain
Wiplinger that may it.be to the traveler a
signal that, also in the far East, the idea of liberal
and peaceful development is realized."
tb iaii ir f rWri-y, A. ! 1810,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Premises on Fort Street, Honolulu,
All the Goods, Wares and Merchandise,
The property of Win. N. Ladd, deceased, comprising the stock
of Gw la in the Hardware Store of said deceased, at an upset
of S I 5,000. Terms, as follows : $5,000 in cash ; the bal
ance in notes for four equal amounts payable in six, twelve,
eighteen and twenty-four months, with interest at ten per cent,
per annum, interest payable semi-annually; said notes to be
ent'orsed by some proper jierson, and secured by a mortgage
on the stock purchased, nnd protected by a Policy of Insurance
against fire (frve from average). The lease of the premises and
good wilt or (be business will be sold with the aiock. Sale sul
ject to confirmation of the Court.
J0SKPH O. CAUTEU,
Administrator Kstate of W. N. Ladd, deceased.
Honolulu, January 14, 1370. 7'
JPoi Jt eamor XclfiIio,
Groceries and Provisions,
13G Says from ijondon I
PER STEAMER "IDAHO,"
-wr-w-- . BY
ARRIVALS. I IirMfcTI-Ri. I ' -
Wednesday T. 2 Tuesday Jmi, J.
Wednesday "eb. 51 .Tuesday. ltd. ,
Thursday Mar.lOjWeduenday Uu i j
DKr A ftTCRK.il. I AKHIVaLS.
n . i Tin a 17 I M nnilhV .....JIB. 1
SatuiMay.'.'.'.'.V.'J'.'.'I'jltn. ! Monday IH JOHN
...... KMM P
For Freight or Tassagf, or for further In fur
tlou, apply to
CAPTAIN II. S. FIA1Y1),
Or to the Company's Arena kh
.T 11 w t: 3 o c o i v o d
PEE BARK 'D. C. MURRAY A
la i, i and lib pera. aod in or of the
Choice Japan Tea, in large Jam,
FOR SALE f
At Ihe Family Grocery arul Feed Store, 'JCH
I. I! A RTI.ETT.hmiimI man
Stoves :ui(l Jlancs.
Vir otnor i
COOK'S TOKKN COOK STOVlTV Pi
No. 1 and 8. . . . Tu I . l "
For sale low.
C. RRKVYKB k VA
ON WEDNESDAY, FEB. 2d.
XTR.A FAMILY (JOLUBN GATK FLOUR,
Fresh Oraliam Flour,
.fresh Oatmeal, 101b bags,
FOBl s vi.s;.
THAT OEMRARI.R LOT ON TUB
southeast corner of Fort aud School streets Inquire of
III 4t JAMES 8. LKMOX.
A LARGE AM) COMMODIOUS RESI-
I-'KNUK, with yard and an necessary ouiuunaings. situ
ated in the most pleasant part of thi city. Enquire of
it i- V V. f
. n K m ,
714 lm No. 160 Nuiunu Avenue.
A GOOD COTTAGE OR CABINET
PIANO, at a moderate price.
ADDKKS3 B, BOX 35. P. O.
Iron money Sales.
Just Received by E. 0. HALL & SON,
IRON MONEY" CHESTS, 1C, 18. 20, 84,
and 28 INCH, with duplicate STEKL KEYS, well adapt
ed to Country Stores, Plantations or Coasting Schooners.
Italinn Hemp Packing,
AND FOR SALE BY
E. O. HALL it SOU.
W. C. WOOLSEY,
HAS REMOVED HIS SAIL.
LOFT to the ok! Ice House at tlie foot of
Nuuanu street. All orders intrusted to Him
will receive immediate attention. 714 6iu,
A C HI AW AC S.
mllR PACIFIC COAST ALMANAC AND
"ear Book of Facta..
The Alia Almanac. .
or sale by
H. M. WHrTNET.
KECS OVERLAND BUTTER,
Itest California Hnms,
New Streak Rncon,
New Smoked Reef,
Cases California Cream Cheese,
Cases racific Codjish, Fkgs. best Comet Tea,
Japan Tea in small boxes and jirs,
Japan Tea, in &lb boxes,
feacks Grain I'epper,
Cases California Lard,
Cases California Onions,
CRACKERS IX TIXS, ASSORTED KISDS,
Cases and Qr. Cases Saloon Bread,
Cases Cutting's Table Fruits:
Peaches, Pear, Egg Plums, Chenies, and Assorted Fruits.
Cases lib tin Lobster,
Cases Pure Starch,
Kegs Eastern Cranberries,
Poucine $oap, Sperm Candles,
Soup aiKi BouIIi,
Bags Humboldt Potatoes.
FOR SALE LOW,
A T THE FA MIL Y GROCER Yd: FEED STORE
Family Grocery and Feed Store!
NEW GOODS !
Just Received from lit gland !
URE CREAM TARTAR, IN BULK,
Cases Lea k Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce,
Cases Durham Mustard,
Cases Ground Black Pepper,
Ground Cinnamon, io glass.
Cases French Capers,
Cases Cross & Slackwell's Asst'd Sauces,
Cases French Hrasi I- Bsilier,
CASES RATTY J; CO.'S NABOB PICKLES,
Cases Spanish Olives,
Cases Carefully Assorted Pie Frnlts,
Batty ft Co.'s "Tippoo Saib" Curry Powder,
Cases Wiltshire Cheese, in small Una yery nice.
tfESTI'IIALIA II A MS, OXFORD SAUS-
Fotted Tongue, Potted nam,
Mu'ilgatawncy Paste, Currie Paste,
Scotch Herrings, In tins,
Pure Cream Tartar, and Pure Carb. Soda, in tins,
Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce
In pints and quartr.
John Bui) Sauce,
Mushroom Catsup, French Capers,
Spanish Olives, Currie Powder,
Epp's Cocoa Homoeopathic,
Patrns Currants, ill 71l tiii9,
Cases Table Salt, in jars.
Citron Peel, Lemon Peel and Orange Peel, la small glass
jars and 71b tins,
Nutmegs. Whole Cloves, Whcte Cinnamon aud Whole
Mace, in 71b tins.
Whole White Pepper very strong,
Canary, Hemp and Rape Seed,
Pearl Sig'), in 7lb tins.
Tapioca, io 71b litis.
French Peat, &e.
In 7 lb tins, namely :
Yellow and white Candy, Barley Sugar,
Peppermint Lozenges, Acid Drops,
Kaspberry Drops, Rose Drops,
Barcelona Nuts, Bod Bons, Ac, Ac.
ALL. TO BE SOLD CHEAP!
714 2t N. 59 Frt Street
O. IIATL, & SON
A Full Assortment of Stoves!
AS FOLLOT7S i
n AT .STATE STOVES, o. u, wki.u khuwh,
p Stvr, Kos. 1, 2, 3, 4, very popuUr,
FOR SALE LOW BY
OF VARIOUS SIZES. FROM SO Ctm TO
1 5 O each. Very convenient for a Store, Office, or
Workshop? (o74) H. M. WHITNEY.
Barstow Cook, Nos. 2, 3, 4, a splendid Stove,
Tsillwra Starr a. No. 2,
Sfassseri' Catssssses, Nos. 1 and 2.
Farsaera Calraia,fbr wood, 10,20.30, 80 f allocs,
AVaflle Iraas, French Boll Pans, Oral Brown Bread
Pans, Gem Pans, Ac., Ac. 1714 2o
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERM
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE
AX ASSORTMENT OF
GOODS JUST HECEIVEL
IN TUG A 1 CLIPI'Ra SHIP
w"wf tmr-j: ru"-. '.V.w-wlu..
A Great Variety, New and DcsSrabU
CHRISTY AND OTHER II ATS, ZOi'AVlj
Peaked Caps, j
Indies' Fancy Goods j
Ironmoneerf i Hall
HOLLOW-WARE, HARDWARE, p,p
tixs, crxiowi)i:u, UKS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Of every Description.
Stationery, Soap, Saddlery,
BCRLAPS, 1 iM) 2 BISIIEL BAGS AM) BALtlVC,
A LARGE SELECTION OlT
Anchors, Chains, Try Fols,
Sheet, Bar, and Fig Iron!
Ctstlmoirf Iron FfnciB?, rente Wire,
Hubbuck's White Lead, Zinc & other Faints
Wlsltiag, Balled Oil, Fattr.
Cltalk, Rosin, Slutl, Sluel Lead, Corrugated and
Plain Iron Slicelt,
Floor Oil Cloth, Different Widths,
Castile Soap, Olive Oil, LoafSagar,
SINGLE AND DOUBLE HARNESS
BRUSSELS CARPETS & RUC9
BCTTEK AXD OTIIEK SILT IX B1CS,
Cl Mr coal Irons, Brickt, Slates, Block Tin, A'jri-
citral Implements, Fish Hooks, dre., d-c.