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DY E. P. ADAMS.
UNDEtUVRITERS' SALE I
Bj Order of Messrs. 3L S. Grinbaum & Co.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th,
A I 1 1 a !...- -.a, w . 1 !, . ! I a: ( u !. u : '.i i,
FOR ACCT. OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
GREY BLUE BLANKETS!
Im-f-f V .jjt f Iin;-.ri.'n. h.y A t . te
7ri.-ta. rr m !.iry. fi "aa rr-.--. o.
TUTl 2VI . O .A. II .
K. I'. J l a MS, A-url.-.tr.
HOUGEHOlD FURNITURE I
FRIDAY, : : JANUARY 241h,
A: l -'. ! . a r . at )
RESIDENCE OF WM. G. IRWIN. ESQ-.
C' rnf i F ( ; I Ir far., t lr.-f s ..1 - s-.M,
THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
(.'-.mist. r. ia rt f :
1 Parlor Set. in Black Hair Cloth. 7 pes.;
HI- V alr.ut H r Inr.r Tl1 r, pur- i .
Jvl-tvaol. M rtl T.p Pul't T'-t,
Black Walnut Chamber Set!
Il--,k L'ac, t'u; tj..r 1. i:.tt--aiff, MiMt T. p Wa.t.stai.-W,
Mtllrnn aii rirv. I'w-tu. Kvrkif. I Lt.aira,
t hir)tit t,if j. V'4 Iidc t hir. lh,rtU I' r.ir.g Cl air.
1 COTTAGE PIAIVTO
K. I. ADAMS, .Un'r.
) l.illka Sirrrl. IIalalit.
By Or(er of Mr. JOSEPH M. WEST,
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1st,
II 12 M , 31 r'llc.rocm, will ! wl l at Tubtto
Aartijn, iliac certain
Piece or Parcel ol Land,
trhrflfinc ( tl taij J fh M. Wrst, an.l aitukfj on I.iii
h tirrrt. below m hool tlrftt, aJjoininK lanJa of Jaiuts I.
Liovaatl. JT . soil citainin( an are of J f oerea.
With all the Buildings and Ira
' provements Thereon.
Cuniiuing of TTkr'e CoiUf aoj Out hcuMf . TLrre are 5
Taro Patrhrs on thia Lot. Plana may L fn at Auction
Hoom. XT UcJ at rarcl.aft'i xjenie.
E. P. All IM?, Aucfr.
On SATURDAY, : : FEB. 1st
At 12 uVLrk '-vr. at U-in, will Ix' lT' r- l
at Public Auction, tlK l.llowin
Buildings &, ImprovementsThereon
House Lot on Kukui Place.
TVw Jrnratile r"o'. No. I',. Kukui PIv. "uital-ir fir
a wii.l tmilj. cnntaiuin( 1 Parbr,3 tVil r 'iwi.. l'iDin lluorn.
Pan try aiul Kilrheo. a:i cnntPDk-rnly rotimrtetl aoJ on.l-r
th nmf rnof. Al, in yr l, thrrr ar- bath Knrm anl Vi 1
!, with par luua jaJ ami ihaJe lr'. A M in j l ar.lr,
ao.1 un.Irr a rriul of $ JO t ni')a:h. I- Title -rfc-ct.
Land at Ulupalakua. Maui.
4 kct r Lan-I. ith Ihf ImproTemnt'. nn th I!an.l i t
Maui. rxl era Makena Unlm. formnr!y brlnicin( ti Jaim-s
Makr . E.., aihl portion nl I lapaUkoa. &nl Ut. l the jti
ptty cf Mr. llolMrio. IT TUle prf-el.
Houso Lots on School Street.
Two firr of Ian. I en P-h wl Sttrt. n-rlf 0fi Prhml
II.miw. 1. U a rakll II mm L, aal Nj it a tout Co
Land at Vaikiki-Wacna.
VM plwful I.n! at Moiliili. Taikii-Win. frontini; on
tko rirrr about SO lt. anj running bark 110 f-t, a.lioinin
lt Un.i of Ptepticn lpricr, oo the tuaaka id. IT Till
PUIS Jlc. m br Srrn at Airtlanrf r's Ottltr.
deeds at rrnrJi.isEi'.y iixrLWst:.
And Immediately after the Sale of Lands
- HILL BE SOLD
JV LARGE LOT
W..ib Arwii-ut anl McWrn, 'me of whii-h arc vrrjr
tare ao4 iaabl-'.
K. I. .(I) tM. AMrt'r.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
j i I i: ' It 1 l'TIONH
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or oifti-r irt vt this l'.an.l.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE TIUIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rales
By ar.pl-'" Mr. K. P. ADA MS. 3n ftwl,
ho h ' ITiptiT CaU!ro Uh Tficr.
O 1ST I-I7V jST ID !
.It Stare f U W. IIOTP, KIds St.,
lllack Walnut Bedroom Sets !
I'barb Walaut i.lb.-var J.
Black Walnut lhr,.n Cha.r.
)lk Can rat 1;d:.i ft:rt.
Piae Bureau. A.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for Haw'n Is.
10 SUGAR 1'LAMEIiA AM) OTHERS
lKS RKH KMFI.OVMKN
BY C . S
B A R TOW.
The Keaahala Sugar Plantation !
M ILL l.r .-I'l-H 1
A.I Jnllio Auction,!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th,
(If not rriUU'lj M at rl(e alr.)
Tlj , l'..M M . & i ;r.i:. rrop of li b j -r-
rlv r. r- ' 4 T- wt,-,i I.CTr ' f acrr. ! j ).- br
;of:.' .ilH. ii.ifjn I ir,rr H-J (o '.-ai M..r ll.u
-r, rar. f. .rr . 1 ;.. r w iMH MIL'. cl -i Ut(
ir It.- U..;n ii in ' f :.w, I xta.g w-m rr."l
!;. i.t (:,in ut .tin TliT'f; t rirti 1.-.J
:l l?i- imf ifCiu l Ciir; en Fianiaii.u. lb' I
.ur.; rl-r.r' 1 f.r L'i j.ftti'r jlar'. to tr t!ihy rli
c.at, tn i : if miff t., w B m.r crrirj on O.ja
K!.a a. T.it':.t r hi, ,!!, ,t, r,u th ,r,
f 1 if.t.rt J arl.f llWl, 1J.J V t: V. E V ILLtAMi. ."i
I r-n. . r ai r-. i.i i r. o u; cr ef
C. BAHT'JW. Au t r.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23,
At 1 i o I k, A. M . at .-r xn, will U- t XI.
A VARIED ASSORTMENT
DRY GOODS I
a iim: lot of
1? P. T S !
AND OTHER MERCHANDISE !
J PailY u::irt l.y I.. t t. '
.. HARTiMV, Aun'r.
VAl.l AIII.K KKAL KST ATE FOIL S.1I.K.
l"l-:ir.tiy l -cti-d ,i town. Aj .ly to
d2l C. 8. BARTOW.
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
j4 KI.N'i STREET, NEAR FORT. '79
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
C'lllTNG HOT RES1ECTI'ILLYIX
forms the puMic, that he keeps on han 1 a Fine As
s jrtu.ei.t of Ladies' anil Gents
Ualtliatu Wattlirs Cold and Silvrr (liaUs liurrl-
c an ( lurk, Jf vvrlrj, 4tr.,
which In will sell AT KKDIX'KI) Hit ICRS, and
giarant-c them as billed.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Faithfully A tt-n 11 to. AVatrhGIa 2J C. f.ts. Stor- n
Nuuanu Urot, op"iite Ili.ll.stiT A Co. 'a. t!21
(KST IILIMIKI) IHU2.)
X1YTJJIA RICE lYULL!
missio x lia.no r STS., SA Hll('l(, ill..
rIIK INDIA lllt:K MILL. At'TKIt SIX-
M Tr.KN K A KS l jiraitiral rxiii-nr and improve
iifitt. 14 row th nnrl to p.rrlTti..n f any of ihf Kire Mill
f Hi-" Vi.rM. I n tli riighni- of C 1--siiinc an.l I'oliktiitiz it
tan 1". unriTaU".!, an.I in yirlj of C:i-.4ii'.l. .McrrhaotaMe Ki.-c
Irorr. ihr i'a lily. .riiuc a fr"ii . in ! rr rrtit. inor- Itian
Hi- vi' t.ra:.! AMU if Aniittr.lnm
TIIK IMH HICK .MI.I.Ui..vin IVrf.it
Kiinniii' UfJcr f ir the
itllLI.(i k IIRSSIG OF I'Alllll' !
if tn tli-? Iljnrjiijii 1.1 u. 1, to ml.ii li it i S ially AJjlrl
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Wl'l .'i("iv l't iu t mul t'.i, ,f,il AUt nt!n.
WM. M. Oltr.KNWOOD.
U'-neral Cotnini-'si-.n Merchant ami rri'ri"t.'r of India Rice
Notice of Co-partnership !
K. K. (. KOWK Il.tVIXC HKTl llNEI)
to tin A lly (i-itn C'a'.if .rina. aruuM ii...rni Lia oM frirn.la
anl I rmi-r rtr..rn. tint lio liai t rni- il a t'o firti.-rih: wi'.h
Mr. A. KKIlIt, f . r th .urj"- .f rrrjrinj on tlir
Painting Business !
IN ALL 1 fS LKANCliF.?.
Xnpor ZlaUgiug (ploinal Jvratie)
Satisfaction Guaranteed & Prices Moderate
KKRR JL ROWK. i Fori St.
rA!It: I'NIJKRSIUNKIJ II AVIMi KECKNII.Y
M. rrccio.l the Aoncy of Monuments, Ufa-lstoncs. 4c. by
Sx-cial arrangom'-ntt with the uianut icturcra is able to lurnisli
il.e same at lower ninirea than tU'-y liare nretonre nea aula.
Drien and l'raw inici can ri? r-n at my hop. By pricing
theae articlo. the rn.innoaj rfiluctii-n will at cn-n be aeen.
Monument! can be ct.ta;nt-J at all jrirta, from $4i) to flut-O.
The injui-euienta 1 tffVr sre auoh that jiecple Lave mi neeI
of -n-lir.p el'wher. CUKIS. liKKTZ,
N . Ci Iliit-.-l s:rM. r.t t ii.i-r to the ' l'a'ace ol a.ta.
SH0P0N KING ST., HONOLULU,
I . V I ti JI S r Ti ll N Kl OI T A KINK
El MbJ jirI L r Ills MAJLrY. KINO KALAKALA, an.l
no r,-p4itr t:ian r rcrti-r Laving a:J r.e word in repar l
to it. I La.l. therefore. b:ow my own h -rn. It 1 t nly recently
th t Carr.a- tiaa If ni-- o c. mmnn tl.at alaif l evrry heue
toUler hat (T"t on.
IN T11K SCRll'TUHL?. Carriaces or Chariots are friuent
ly a luJnl to. the tl.itlit of the piat-tit'S from Lfypt,
Kins l tiara.,h pura-.-J them with Sn Hundred l l.ariots. ali
of ahich w-re awallowrj up ty the w.tera if the Ked Sea.
AcJ whea Uriel maJe up U.i m.n.l 1 1 j :iy hit J-iseph a
iit. Jot'l'h ti-l gri he.l the oT.l Kyn-lrran f cune down to
U.uhi-n ij he would me t t at th'-re an.l dr. re him down to
Fgvpt in a Ja.-C'-n. (wagim.)
Chariot an.l Carriaites were nio.!y uii y Kinp and
Cran io on state orcaaint.a.
The lire, k a:i 1 R.-mar- had Charii-:; bat string to say, it
was a late as the aitci! century, ia liiO. tht Carnages
wire ir.:rn luctd into France. aoJ at that date i n'.y three were
kn vra In Fans. t!-.n (j;i.ie a lare ciiy.
M . j. k (is K is n w i-r.-iarrj l- fartish a!nirt any
kind of . h.4-:e that mar 1 e or lie I of Lira; h c t i'm( cf
th Itest ykiUed M-chaulr that can be had in any country.
A!.i 1. 1 roie.vcJ a Urs ir.roice of A I.I KIN Its OK
srH'K.ui-h as Habs. fpo.ea. Fell-, f-hafts. and one
th uanJ other th.n,', t.vi nuincnm t-o n rntion. Hut to cd
ii.je your-?lf, j-at c.Il anl 1".
Can Undersell any Other House in Town,
Oa a.v.iunt of C!iap Herts ar..l ny e--.n--niiral wy cf
U n. V ill sum hve a Uiye Lt of LIijIIT EL GUIF-S from
a CcUbrated Manulactur-.-r of Catuuen. New Jei.-"y. to sell on
ai-count r f wL- m it may c-mcern. d-l
REGl'Ii A It
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER i Ct.. AGENTS.
Merchandise reoeiie I STORAGE FREK anj
iVi'iMX? liberal cash adTanees tr ade on sh.i. rents ry this
,ne. (S ly) . liKr.n.u ;
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C BREWER A. CO.. AGENTS.
k rir.irftl.l MmneiBetili can It ni..- for
'A i'ST8 Stnraitean.l Shipment cf ud. Bone. Wool. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Berifurd. Bot.on. New York and
01W E;-rn I' rts. IV 7" I rish Advances ma-le.
l ir C. BKKWF.R A; CO.
hi:c;i imcket fou lihala
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL
J II II ATHi:i.I, M-t. r
UIIIUbo UrL-olatlt bmrroTliU Fort am l.ahalni
liuBululo Salynl.t) and I.shaiua rtrr) fdurida)
Ju. M. HACEFi LI- A L.. . AfMS.
For Portland, O.
.-v, TI1K r.V.-T PAILINVj BAUKi TIS K
.Tnne .V- lnlltiiiliiijr
Hl'l Bil'.C Mil fr
Hill Hue Qnirl Iiptcli fVr ?!ie Ibote Port.
f A "TLK X C'.-'Kt", A:-:
For Man Francisco.
13 H J G VIOLET,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
F(,r '.tt.i'.l cr raii'. '.j
j.li WM. O ir.VVI.N & Co. A.-it
For M:m Fr;ui;ico.
S I3iia' " Plaza vcl,
Mil. I.I- R Mas'.-r.
Will Sail for above Port with Dispatch.
'i r if t.t t p. uf aj r-'v- to
jiW A M. ii. IIUMN a C , Agi.la.
For I'ill:tii(l, Oi von.
I TIIK HAWAIIAN BKK
XLLZz lYIattic XYIaclcay
G FORGE TOPB MASTER.
Will Hate lumrdiatf DUpatth fur t lie Above Port.
Fur Freight or I'aiae. apply u
jal-i II. HACKFKLH . Co , Ag.-nu
FOIt SAIV FKAXCISCO.
The Farorite American Hark
X. C. MURRAY,
JA-. FROST, MASTER,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
I"..r Freight or fasaape, apply
j.U C. IlKEWKR 6. CO., Agent.
Fov San Francisco-
The. Aib.Tican lUrk.-i.tine
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
For Freight 6t Passage, apply to
WM. O. IRWIN &. CO.. Agent.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE.
THE FAVORITE AMERICAN HARK
Will sail from Bostou fur llonolnla on or about Jane 1
Freight will be taken at the Lowest Ratei. Parties desiring
to ship Goods from New York, can make Tery favorahle ar
rangemeDta 0 ship by the Amy Turner.
For particulars, apply to CUAS. UREAVER t Co.,
No. 27 Kilhy St., Boston,
jjl9 2m or C. BREWER & Co., Honolulu.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SAIV FRANCISCO.
THE SPI.ENIlID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF NEW YORK,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
cr about Monday, Jan. 20th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPI.KMXD STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JAN. 27th
H. HACKFELU ti CO., Agents.
Ciootla for Miiiiuient per Sleiimrr mi sioss-
be Slotrd. Free of Charge, la Ihe Firfproof
Wnrrhoii.c iirnr Ihe Slenmrr Wharf.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Tui-aday, January 21, 5 p in..
...Circuit of Hawaii
, Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Tu--lay, January S, s p m..
Tuesilay, February 4, 5 p ui..
Tuesday, February 11, 5 p m.
Tuesday, Ftbruary IS, 5 pm.
Tuesday, February 25, a p tn. .
Tuesisy, March 1,5pm
Tuesday, March 11, & p na....
TurvlAV, March IS. 6 pm....
Tuesilay, March 2j, 5 p in.
No Credit for Passage Money !
. ,- ... i i : tn ........ a.winnla f.iw Paatnirpfl- and We
II C positively licvimi: v'iii ... .. ..... r
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity U having Bacfrage and Freight plainly markel; the
Steamer will not 1-e responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight t I'arcelsunUs3 Rrreiptecl for.
FREIGHT MONEV DUE ON DEMAND I
r.. ... r c-icri.t t .r i.nrtu nat temnnsible or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in ad.ance.
PACKAGES OK LIQUORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
r..r th ort whom the" are for. or plainly stated tn the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for lamage or Loss, niul le made withiu one
month. ... : .
y Hack Priver?, Hoys, tint tucn like, win not oe ntu
on board the Uteamer upoiv arrival, uiilil after the passengers
have I ecn landed. ,
s. c. at LKS.
M. P. ROBISSDM.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF, w k. l.r; i-i
1.1 MllKR and all kinds of BUILDING MATKRIALS
Paicts, Oils, Nails, c, c.
AiiEyTd OR SCHOON'aKS
PAUAni, ' "
,jei) Honolulu, llaaraiian IaoJa. ly
V. FRAXK COOKE,
Adr.ST OF THF FOI.l.OH lXf! COJSTF.RS :
FLAG. Red with Whit Ball OFFICF.. Cottier cf
jv0 Nuuanu anj Queen Streets. qr
T. R. FOSTER & Co.,
Mary E. Foster.
And the Water Boat.
JIS OttceoD ti e Kfplanade, Honolulu.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU LINE!
ESSRS. V. II. f'KOSSM a N A. HKOTII KR
114 Chamt-cr Street, New York, e.tct M hvf
Another Vessel in their New Line
FROM NEW YOHK TO HONOLI LU,
To Leave in all the Month of December!
Parties having fr-iht f-r this j or: anl .t:rin(t tn avail
l:ii-meles of th.s t.voni- r-.ule. will pte.-e tiotiiy -he ahove
I arties as early a p-.nMi- the am unt of mo n the v Will nef d
t . insure thrir'fh i i-' tr- Ml l.b-i l;1 S T.tlil'N Al bT-Ti'MRAlkJ.
SA TII.nA 1 JiM'AHY 1?.
Lease of Government Land.
AA i'l 1-e !J . a M ;. :j tl.-
iu. at th dw..r vf a;.. II'.-
!t . f F! run . at U
:t.r-!,,.. tl- f, ir-
ii.g d.-ritf i j r-jertv
"j. 1. la N;rth H.. Hswai:. ti-e tra.-t
twet-a Eu-Ula ar.J T.':p''.!iaiei. ' t.tai;arf the lai J
Awa a.i.; an i ctter--. ar.d Jcr.1-1 ii, .r.erai frniS a
fIIcw. Ii.ct.ji- it tie i!" it sti r-vuiM- i'f El
awaiU unlch at ti.e -. and rui.nuai .uf ti.e a. iji-ft
d.-tai.- e i,e ti..- u.i-'.ii'e cf 'aij-ur s'i-t ouiih
Lencc np the boundary of Vai-u'-a!-i a dev rihfd ia the
Lov;i.iary certiSvat of hiue. a i'uitau. e of thre- raii-;
tb-nc down tie lajddlt- uf Kaauaili Gul h. aU ns Hr.u.i;
i.la t the mitiai iint. .r.ta:uini an r a . f bine Lini
dnnl arro. rjt prtre. $i'J lr aanutn
SAM I. o aviij.i;k.
ial M;:.lter e f the lutri- r.
Lease of Government LoU.
Lr.a-K or GovrHNvrvr Ixt. The Irt for five year-i
of two lots on the Fplat.a le. : y 1 ft et i a. h, Till W
sold by Public Anctir.u. at the Alii. .tan! House, 141 the
jOtu day cf Jan nary. li.T., at li M l'p.l prue One Hun
drul and Fifty iKlIar-. r autjiiim. Thf l.h-atiou and all
othf -t inf'-ru;ation can l- ( t taial at th- fnce th
S M1- O. AA'tt PKR.
Jil Miti'ter cf the Interior.
During niy absenoe fn :u ahu. Hi tx. J. M. KifiM
will a.-t as Governor -f tin- Island. 5
JNO. O. lOMIXIS. G' T. of Haha.
ttn-vf ruor's Office. Pec. S. K. le7
PVHUC atttilitiou la berby calle.l to an A. t ejititl-d
"An Act fur preventing i-cllisiuti at hi," passt-d In ltn-4.
The Minister of the Intrricr. under Sex-1 ion 52 .f the
Civil Co,le, adopts thin law a " Hulen for the (juidalu'f
an-J govetnnient of all vennels r -naeti in the ooatiiin
trade," and hrreby give.i iiotice that -n ami at t r the first
tlay of -Janr.ary, 1879, the law will be strictly enfor.d.
S ik'l O. AA'it.i.nt,
n.vi:t 5Ii!iiter of the Interior.
List of Licenses Expiring in January,
P. Ialton. Kins st.. Hi-ni-ilulii.
Lrfi-wern Ai Dicksi.ii. Fort St.. Honolulu.
I.ai, Maunakea -t., Honolulu.
Wdnit Park A. Co., Nuuaim St., H.iiolulu.
Ah Koi. A: Co., Nu.iaiiu St., Honolulu.
T. J. Mo.-smau. cor Ktn A; Nuuanti nt-.,
T. J. Mossuihii, Nuuanu st., Honolulu.
SiiiR Chontj, Hotel st., Honolulu.
Sin ChouK c Co., cor lJeretania At Nnuaim
Ling Font?, Waikiki.
Laic Plantuticm Co., Koolauloa.
Ahoon Akana. Kanlaea, Ko-laii-..ko.
U. H. Pinkham, Koloa.
Pahaua, Hanali 1.
Aloiau & Co., Kapaa.
T. J. Mostiinan, Walluku.
WoriK l.au, Kokmuo, Makawao.
B. H. Aiona. Kau.
T. Spencer, Hilo.
C. Meincke. Kau.
Tung Han, Nnuanu st., Honolulu.
Allen and StucVpolc, Kawailmc.
H. E. Mclutyrc i: Bi,, cor King A; Fort nts.
Aswan, Nutiauu st.
Pcreira At N-ira. " Bop Hive," Honolulu.
Jno Kalima, No 1.
Pae, No. 2.
I. uhiW a. No. 1.
Maile. No. 2.
Hukalohf. No. :.
I.opann, No. 4.
MA IT 23.
I. O. O. F. All mi nihi rs of Harmony I.o.lh'o, No. 3, I.
O. O. F., are requested to be in attendance at the regular
meeting Monday Evening, Jan. 20th, at 7. SO. BuhIdi-hs
of inipoance. (It) PF.R OP,DEIt.
A LABOF SCI.rCTIOM OK TASMAM
just received at Gbant Jk IioisEr.Tsos's.
UJ T.EAL IKISH PUM.1N. at lower ratt-8 Hihii ever,
Gbant A: Koiiestsos's.
V THE UNDERSIGNED H.VYINll LEASED THll
LYCEUM SaLbath luorninys, free of expense, to the
Christian Chinese for Divine Service for a term of twelve
mouths ; also having interested liiniKelf In their spiritual
welfare, ly promising home pecuniary aid and nolicitin
for theui fuuiU from planters and others; he regrets to
have heard an intimation that he nail the Lyceum to xell.
Such suspicious are iu keeping with modem Christianity.
To prevent any further attempt or otherwise to cripple
the Chinese Church Building effort, I lw-g positively to
state, it has not been my intention to nell it, nor is the
Lyceum for sale at any price during my lifetime.
JOHN THOMAS WATEBHOUSE.
January 15th, 1879. It
J BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, reduced iu price,
at Grant i Robebtsos'h.
EEAL VALENCIENNES LACE, at reduced prices
for sale by Ghaut & Robfrtson.
SEWING MACHINES TO RENT. THOSE WISHING
to rent a Sewing Machine for a wci i or month can do so
by iuqnripg of C. W. Cooke, at Messrs. Castle A; Cooke's
Store. ja4 tf
r SHETLAND SHAWLS, with ball fringe, :.t "Grant
Mr. tlaus SprrcUlen, of Cnliforniu. Intend
to construct a large Ditch on the Island of Maui, for
irrigating purposes. Any ' person or persons willing to ,
excavate or dig 500 feet or more of this ditch by contract, j
and be paid for such work either by the number of cubic
feet or by the number of running feet of the ditch exca
vated, are requested to apply to H. Schussler, Haiku, j
Maui, or to Win. G. Irwin Co., Honolulu, who will give i
them the necessary information. j
r,y H. SCIIUSSI.ER.
November li, 1S78. tie? '
ST REAL HONITON AND MALTESE LACE,
at low rates, by Grant Robertson.
Grant ii Robertson's.
SHAWLS, ju.-t opened out st
George F. Wells, Esq., Aeut American Sewing Ma
chine Company: Dear sir Nearly eight years ago my
wife p-urchaaed one of the " Aini-ri.-an SwiiiR Machines'"
an.l used it nearly thr'.e years in our family, and then
gave it to her sister, who has n.-e.l it continuously in her
family, and now has it. nml would not part with it for
any other machine she ever saw. Runs easily, smoothly,
and sews nicely, keeping in good order. Mrs. Andrews
has used the Howe, Wheeler A; Wilson, Grove r & Eaker,
and Singer, and prefers your machine over them all.
Very Respectfully. War. ANDREWS, Jr.,
no30 715 Hayes st., San Francis. co
' StaS Oil." We f tiiteil List week that the Kerosene
oil known as the Star brand was one i f those which had
passod the government test. That oil came from the es
tablishment of the late G. C McLean, Nuuanu Street.
But we are informed that there are other brands of
" Star" oil in the citv which fall far Ik low the le-al test.
A Pastoral Lltier. We hive received" from
Messrs. Whitney & P.obrtsou. a pamphlet with the fol
lowing title : ' The Mai.itt nance of the Christian Min
istry. A Pastoral Letter addressed to the people com
mitted to bis charge iu the Hawaiian Islands ; by Alfred,
Bishop of Honolulu, Christmas. 1-7S." it is thoughtfully
linen, and we recommtud its perusal to ail pr dt sin
the Christian relii..n.
Opium Cases. The question of sentence in cases
of this nature having be.-u remai. i. d t.. the polt. e Court
by order of the Jndg s of the Supreme Court under the
Act of 1-7. on Wednesday last. Mr. H, i.ry Bradley, who
1-lt-ad guilty several wetks .-luce to the charge of suiv.g-
glicg opium, was seLtcnce.1 to f- ur months imprison- ;
ment, with hard lsl-or. Thoma Farrall. for the name !
offense, wan sentenced to iuiprisonuiei.t for two months, '
with bard labc-r, he having already heeu in prison two
months awaiting trial. There are yet several quite im- j
portant opium cases to be heard, aud which will not be !
finally decided until Monday next. 1
"When Doctors Disagree," &c There has been of ;
late a very unusual amount i f throat and pulmonary ail
ments in this city, aruoug both children and adults, but !
more especially with the former, owing to the al normal
weather of the past t-u days. Several deaths have oc- 1
curred i f children that wi re quite sudden and very' aftlic :
ting to parents and friends. It has been stated that we
have the disease known as diptheria among v.. Doctors ;
disagree on this point; some ass, rting the affirmative and ;
Pome the negative of the -jm stiou. After due inquiry j
from what we eon-id-r anthoritativt- soiirci s, we very ',
much doubt if the disea.- known as diptheria. which is j
a veiy agravated spu. ies i f i ro,p. Bil(i uion-avtr ignite j
i onta-'loU-' - bs ever t-i-tr J lit u-
lVsi.:t;N Mails. The raails f.r tie laitei
( Sts.l. an 1 rMjir In- i!i;tchc 1 t' Cllty c7
Asrii:.sT Tbe Lave tcn varici J iriog tbe
I work. Ivciht ve ar ptxwstOTsl a vvry acti.i t:t bill st
.' the I... ;al Hawaiian TLtatxe. I v the. really f.ue cm i acy
jrfor:iisu ther. Mr. ;nciw m'.l give you j cut niot;e;'
orth.l V.T-. T u.a h tab t:t rrveut 1 o-rr psrvun:-l.rix:::,-.
sj AVobki.nu ABt.K. The T!epbvc wkicb it
turn v.ik fi t'.uie ii..e a ltt';si.tr to ir a 1
.t-r-If arviiii I ti. 1 through, i-ur city, is now. like the
' ; thr :t. f. ler out and by. nJ. Tctcrday
jerr"t f.-T:.uini:l.at:- n y teb-fhote w had between
the -tit .a at L.si--ad HeaJi and te if.. at WU.Vrr
Exhibition or Tavi.rArx. There will an ei-h:V:r:-t!
c-f thi nature at ua.akaptli CinrxB.i-a tie
even; cf Thnrday aext the iVl Ic.'t. the prvceis
of llK'ti :il be-in aid i ( the- Building FucJ Tbrre
wiilt-e i.-t ciiiy tableaux ad t-urlesijue, but choice
int. .iu of Luunc. o that the wtule a'.air iantn.t but t-e
en. rtsu.ii.ij. Ve bare jh -lo Lt tari.t Lere lathi line.
A Fisancieb I-asl -wetrk a native, Honolulu
' edncate.l one, of rnr.rse stole aotce clil ccpp-r frviiu the
d'H;V. t x k the plunder t ada!er In that and oth.r
artirleF i f a imi!ar r.ature, end old it ; recrivln; pay
' therefii.tei.tole nie wine, wfth w hich ar.d the oopper.
! he K t a-uay. luturwlj.fj. he resold the ropp. r to the
me party Tbia a told !n the lobby of the Police
Court. Real Estate ix Hosolclc. While mot people
i f ir.eaus are looking to the plantation for iu etaients,
yi t the value .f r al property in the city of Honolulu 1
not dv teri.-tatii;, but on the contrary i i-UsJ'.iy rlsitir.
A prv'f of this we Lave only to remrnil r nv nt al a
of house-lot, with or without iuipruvt iumt.-, in the
1 lty luuile. auJ in the auburle, at t;ood prict , In fact,
au ilijjible builliiig it: la not to be got nowadays with
out paii.K wll for it.
Mtaic. The Laud -will play at 1 Hiii.a Square thi af
t rnoou, si atbttr permitting, coiuuirncing at halt pa.-t
4 u'cliH k. The f oll..i imj la the 1 rot;raiiauk :
Starch AVi Mtphaha. .new) Utrmau
Uvertur Emma of AIiUik Ij Mt rxavUnte
AA a 1 tz l'n -niou .in St ra us
Selection The Puritan Bellini
Polka Maxurka LudoUla. (new) Carl
Selection liirc-rl Girolla Lccocij
Death of a Well-Kkows Native. Napoleon
Nihi, for s.-nie years well known as the keeper of a stall
iu the n.-h marki t of Honolulu, a vociferous pmclaimt-r
and successful vender of fifch, whether fienh or Htale,
died in this city on Wednesday last, aged about 43. Na
poleon was a good representative of bis class, with fair
basiness talents; tut sometimes much in need of a ba
lance w h el. He leav a a very respectable family, which,
to Lis credit be it aaid, he took good care of, in the way of
-CPlaxtatiox Sold. Oa FriJaj of last week, an
Important sale took place, tf plantation property ou, the
Island of Maui. Messrs. W. F. Allen, E. Hoffman, and
others, became the purchasers of the well-known Spencer
Sugar Estate, on East Maui, valued at flOO.OuO. The
location is a line one, and the incoming crop looks well
for . the cuterprisiuK purchaser. The former owuer(
having carried it on successfully during ante -reciprocity
times. Las demonstrated that, at leac., it fan be made
a success now. .
A TaAMP. One of the " tramps," to whose
presence here we alluded last week, as having receutly
arrived from San Francisco one of the Gatctti'i Cauca
sianswas on Thursday convicted in the Supreme Court
of burglary, and held for sentence. He was caught in
the office of the Queen' Hospital, perhaps in ijuest of a
dose of medicine, poor fellow which be will probably
get in allopathic dimes. The other party Indicted at the
same time and for the same offense, proved an undoubted
alibi, and was acquitted.
Cheap Boarding. Several young sprigs of na
tives were overheard quite early the other morning con
versing aa to the merits of their respective boarding
bouses. They were talking in the native language, but
we, who are supposed to understand all tongues, thus put
the conversation in English: "Where do you get your
meals now?" "At '," (naming a Chineao reatau-
miit.) " How much does he charge you week? " "Three
i dollars." " Thafs pretty high; I only pay two-and-a-'
half." ' Well, I have never paid any thing." "Neither
have I, and don't intend to." " That's jnt the fame
I with lue. Now how does the Chinese restaurant man
irf' I'kbmaxknt Imi'kovkmknts. As a result both ot
'the fire of last year and the improved confidence of
i moneyed men in the future of our city, one has only to
(take a walk down the esplanade. Hopper's barrel ma
, chine and rice works the incipient Manonlc Hall, we
I will not yet speak or tlie latter, tUat Is growing in stately
j proportions, on the other side, we note the carpenter
: shop of George Lucas, and the blacksmith shop of J. T.
jCbayter, in process of erection.! We have not at band the
i dimensions e f Mr." Lnrn'l " shop, but arc enabled to state
that that of Mr. Chayter, on the corner next the Custom
House will be of red brick, 67x27 feet, of two stories.
The lower story front will be a blacksmith shop and the
rear a wheelwright's shop above a finishing shop for
S' Good Proi-osition. We learn that a call will short
' ly be issued for a preliminary meeting, looking to the
organization of a Society of Pioneers in this city, some
what after the style of the California Society of that
name. It is proposed, as we learn, that all foreign resi
dents of the Islands who arrived here previous to Jan.
1st, 1S47, shall be eligible to membership. We think
that the idea is au excellent one, as the existence of such
a society would tend to collect and preserve historical
facts connected with the Islands, besides many minute
details of iK-rsonal Interest which might otherwise be
lost. It has been suggested that the Society should be
organized before the next national holiday the 11th of
June, Kamebaiueha Day in order to take part in the
celebration as a recognized boy-.
Bahhatbt. Ad enterprising member of the crew
of the Steamer Kihiuru-hou, perhaps to while away the
time during that vessel's detention in port en route for
Kahulul, owing to the gale on Tuesday night made a
tour of investigation into that vessel's hold. The re.
suits were : he opened a case of gin, one of condensed
milk, and one of crackers, upon the contents of which
he regaled himself. He then proceeded to open a case
of dry goods, and after over-hauling a lot of female
wearing apparel, found and accommodated himself to a
coat, a pair of pants, and a hat. About this time the
noise he had made during bis researches had attracted
attention, and after considerable search among the cargo,
be was caught. In the Police Court on Wednesday be
was committed for trial at the present term of the
JThe Gale. Wind Storms ery eeldom last here
longer than sii days. Rainy at.d peneraliy bad weather is
sometimes protruded into weeks. On Friday the lOlhlnatanti
the wind tegan to pipe with ut.ui.usl freshness bom north east'
veering fblully to SSE.. with occasional rhowers of rain. Up
to Thursday lat, a period of six da a, day and night, we bad
a Buecessiuii f extremely strot g win-Is. We bear f no
serious damage d. ne beyond the uprooting of a few ycungtrees
and shrubbery, I ut coasting vesft-ls in port were detained, as
no piuiJent maMer would cate to go to ea in such a brecie
Moreover, thtre Wtuld have been no hope cf making a landing
at any of the windward ports in such wi-aiher. The steamer
I.ilflite, advt-rtirtd to tail on Mi.day for the Circuit of
Hawaii, did not leave ur-til Thurrday, her departure being do
Ujed from day to da lor lhee raoii. the will be due here
ou Saturd .y next cr Sunday ti.e 'J6;h In connection with
Una tul-jevt ol the weather, we refer I'j the cucioiui.icalicn o
Mr. C. J. Lyoi.s, cf the Government Survt) . y
-TheFibe Department A erj aingulurly jum-
bled and iuxtapositloneil account oi a recent meeiin
' of the Department (suggestive of the use of drugs, such
: as opium, for instance) may be found in the fiazttt of
this week. The facts are, tnat at tne meeting aoove
named, the first subject nader ciscussion was where to
place the new Steam Fire Engir.e shortly to arrive, and
which bad been some time si'jee ordered by the govt rn
ment, in accordance with a resolution of the Fire Depart
ment. Py a vote of the Department, at a meeting held
en M-mday evening lat. the new Engine and apparatus
will be placed at the room of Engine Company No. 1,
near the Police Station House, and for the presmtl
placed in the charge of that Company. At the same
met ting of the Department consisting tf delegates from
the several companies the application of a Chinese
Fire Company, to be recognized as a part of the Detri
ment was accepted, and the' Steam Fire Engine which
they have ordered and expect shortly to receive, will be
housed on its arrival in the Bell Tower building.
To the Editor of the l''ic'-fi: Vutn-ntfriul Advt, tixc, j.-
Sib: For the benefit of meteorologists, it mny le
weU to record that we baTe bad a "high barometer"
etorm. On Friday the 10th the barometer stood at
20.22 corrected to standard temperature and sea
level) and it has remained rae&r that height (i. e. for
10 a. m.vluring the week. The diurnal rise and fall
on the 14th was .08, or double what it usual! U in
this locality. Io a barometrio record kept from
Feb. 1, 1S75, to May 30, 1876, 'only one instance of
such continued high barometer occurs, viz in March,
lS7t, when for four days of similar weather to this
it remained above 30.20 ; In one instance teaching
30 25. The normal height here Is about 30 0C.
Both tiiia aeuson and the winter preceeding ('77
'78.) have been remarkable for northerly winds.
These deposit ehowers on the highlands of Hawaii and
Maui, but give a small rain-Wl for the whole group.
C. J L.
Vacation Note No. 2.
I c a p'. wce of un;u.:l alu action, cspi-cl-'-
ly r PorfcauT. It I-.'.-: -1 uti tte broad IUga
th:ce river, about ! m;!c from it mcub. at tbv
hca-J of lYr.obscot b.ty. The ground si- pea ttj
Irooj tlrf river i t'je i?i.t of tl.c tlH-.. wbotr, oti
tbv t-ip . the hill, -lie the g i .iy iui:i- of a l.rg
and BtK-ii-tit pott with baliviu ut t!n' f. ur c. ri-t,
and crutnb'ii.-. ud c!r. kc.l up pass.i-. Icudiojj tn
what Were or.ee pr. '..ilj( lx Bib f.-O-iI ta-'S tU
A b-ary cs'.r.on ;! tl:uintl,-.l i;i iK' jiu-n i-ut-
:.Jc of tW wals. Thi I. Vl nn:Ti4 i;:u!e 1. tcoil
by Iko Cai'.ir.o liiy i t tLc pcJirc'ol i'-.-n.Ljt t.f
b-Ua.U. Near th aKf n-iwaij f. . tn tV.- town
il cii i?. -w i k . i?urir. tbo Lite A ineri-
v Id French bar.ery. Tb
remir;? ct sa:a'.
i r i-j
wc:ic s.i'tcred ever
tbe hill coraniar
pai! o: arptcach
Tbf pluce a f.rsi s,-it'.ej by ;Ue Fret.cb tiiidet
the Liaron ol Sl. Casting, in pie-ColoLial dv, an.l
I Prtlly ab.irtil -rteil by thetn. Many telica cf their
j i.cC'.;f.A:Lr: bar? bcv:t tins up and ar carefully
pre.et V. .1 IV tht' pi est III I t-AtdOUI- I hi l.ati'.ri,
yo-.iti f.eadiironjj atid cbivu'rotis. bad l-ii bis old
(Aiher at bomi while h.itled tv tbe'weat for ad
Tentnres. Hire ht made a rmntte rtfrtiK
wiili an Ir.di.tn j.iiacos id tb iniglibaibodd. and
w!.-n tin- c.-iiiiv w:i br Vea up rairied tn-i btivk
with 1: im to ihe aticestt.il estates in Kran.'v l.or.g
fcllow. in bs Talcs cf Way?id. Intl." t'M the
story, ss f.d how lh yon-.j tn:tn wri to to bis f atlirr
en'.hu-i i-tic ii tiers t ll.Iiis bivs.iw and did, :n.I
which Wi-ii- full of ;id vc:it-,Ui' and wi-n.lei ful
" if hu-.itiut' the lie. r tni. c, It r--i st
In the r- a! 'rai,t vf I'l. tr.- d-i l.i-t
iif tnhti. tn the t.rts i f the Tarrat'.o. -Ia.
au an.la t In- lu.lian l hi. i .
Anil fell di ulitfri nUiri.iiu s. jwji u-.
And U aOUf ill bej nd belief .
And a iV'it the tone f their aiuii tu.(ruc
i in- u ,'i-it- sre ii. t -j i k. ii. tin are im '
And Low llu' lu us ot Lis mult a,;o to liuli.ttl
tUaiili'll iiVcl C.lIUi- t!ii' old lll.UI SO tll.tl lo' died, lllld
only tl family priit was loft la welcomo llietn
bonii", which pleasant duty he performi-il wtlhtiii-uii-nso
" Ki-r he hath read in Jn-uit l-.kK
Of thiwe rluldrt n of the lldcriie .
Aiul now. ikhI. Hiiupli- man '. liv lin-kn
To see a painted avai:e Mri le
Into the rooms uU liouldt-rs bare,
Aud srfle feathers Iu tier liair.
And around her a robe i t panther's Iti.lc
IliHtead. he Inholdii with m-crit tdiau.c
A form ot beauty nn. li tilled,
A loveliness without a name.
.Yea bniiuful beyond b. iu!
Traimtiffun-d and train-fusi J he s- s
The lady of the Pyr net s,
The dauKhtorof the Indian chief."
lul alter a whilo lb.- ood pt icst Icm nlng thai
the Huron bad married tin- fc'ul in tin- Indian wuy.
that is. had bought her from lnr Tuber for tt pun.
he? was reariiillv scutid.iUi'il, and nad ti " niori
peac until ho bad r'in;irfii'd them and jrivi'ii It. cm
tht benedictions of tin mother church
The Ibitch aftcrivitrd settled in (.'.i.-iiue and
tailing in establishing a colony then-. l!n- place
was finally perni.inently occupii-d Uy tlirt Knglish
and their deseentlanls. Iuring its varied history
it has been the scene of pevoral military nnd naval
enjfagements, some of them of considerable Impor
tance and severity.
The whole country in the neibboi hood is
honey combed with rivets and thf sea. Days and
cores and lagoons are almost every where, and as
a natural setpuence, islands, and headlands mid
peninsulas are every where else. In ordinary
wvather a strong breczo blows up from 1'eliobscol
bay every afternoon. This combination ol quali
ties makes (Justine the most bewitching place for
bunting in tl e world. No one cun resist the fascin
ation; it acts on residents aud strangers alike. The
boys utidiTSt.and ts.iiiinji a boat ultuost to perfec
tion, and the pills are t-kil!ul with the oats, and
often make up rowing p arties among themselves;
the smaller boys find it dllicult and sometimes impos
sible to remember the parental commands not to
sail a boat alone; the elder members of the com
munity enjoy a quiet boat trip now and then, and
no wonder lor it all the lofty headlands crown
ed with sturdy his aud pines, the low lying aud
grassy slopes shaded with spreading trees and
edged with pebbly shores; the quiet bays where
fat mackornl nro waiting to be caught, and the
dancing waves nnd Ihe joyous wind are irresi-table,
and no one can be found to deny that a picnic in
Smith's cove or on Holbrook's island is the chief
end of man. It is Inspiring to watch the river
from the high land near the town on a Tine day
when many of the bouts are out; the flittiug suiis,
snowy white in Iho sunlight and soft grey in the
shade, their rapid mfiti.m nnd the dasiiitig spray
with the many featured background of shores and
woods and Ihe shadows on the water, combine in a
scene too bcauiilul and full of li'e to paint by
bru.-h or pen. Many visitors sptnd the Summer
here, aud every few days somebody's yacht sails
up from the bay und ilrops nnchur iu front of the
town tor a few days stay. Four limes a week the
steamer Lewislon stops a few minutes on its route
between Portland and Mount Desert Island and
Other places further east, aud is often crowded
witli passengers lor or from the popular wali-i ing
place at Mount lesei t Island. On these occasions
by some kind of magnetic attraction Castine gravi
tates toward Ihe river and u large poitionof its
population hurry tlown to the wbarl to enjoy the
event which fills the place of n local daily, or
every t. tliet" daily paper und fills it better. Jie
sides the news and the exercise of the walk they
have Ihe sight Of hundred of new and i-ngi-r faces,
Ihe river panorama and the fresh crisp breeze
from the water pictures und influences that even
Jlarper's Hec.i or the Jllitntiat'd Yic.v could not
There is no game, technically speaking in the
neighborhood, but gulls, sand-peeps, devil divets,
kingfishers, loons and seals abound, and the boys
practice upon them all w ith considerable i-lfect ;
truth compels me to say that asregauls the assass
ination of gulls and kiiij;lishi'is. the g'uls aie ac
cessories botb before aud after the fact, for no (Jus
tine girl'6 wardrobe is complete w ithout at least one
hat tiimmed with a wing of one of these handsome
birds, while the ability of furnishing such orna
ments is a recognized stepping stone by w hich a boy
may climb to preferment and favor. In shooling
gulls, which is generally done from boats, the most
difficult thing is to kill the first gull, but this once
accomplished, his comrades wilt circlii around him
as he lies on the water, for sometime, within easy
gunshot, giving many and good chances to the
One day I went out with a friend armed for any
thing from a seal to a eand-pcep. Ve bad been
quite a distance and were sailing homewards with a
light breeze along the shores of l'enobscot bay. We
bad two or three kLg fishers in the boat aud a great
mars of golJcn-rou and wild aster which we bail
gathered near an old mill. As we ncared the mouth
of the river we discovered a loon on Ihe water at
some distance from us, and immediately maoa-uvcred
for it an j on reaching long gun shot fired at it ; the
loon promptly dove leaving a few featbera behind
floating on the water. He finally came tip bat of
course about quarter of a mile away and then we re
peated our tactics and he repeated his. We grad
ually drove him a considerable distance up the river,
firing at Lim with both rifle and shot gun at every pos
sible opportunity and at length fl ittcrcd ourselves
that we were tiring him out ; one thing, at any rate
was certain, we were rapidly exhausting outselves
anl our ammunition. Now and then the loon would
utter a wic-rd, melancholy yell which we took for a
wail of despair ; we afterwards concluded Hint it
was really a shout of derision. Several times by c ire
ful calculation based on the direction of his bead and
the flirt of his tail na be dove, we succeeded in get
ting oar beat very near him as he arose, but on such
occasions, we were to surprised to see him, and he
dove again so immediately that we could not do jus
tice to the bird nor ourselves. This kind cf thing
went on with varyir.g prospects for eevt-ra) hours and
finally the loon get p.st us at.-I rnvle for the bay
again ; it was after our dinr.cr Lour, our ammuni
tion was used up and we did cot know what in the
world we should do with him if wc were successful,
to we philosophically gave the plucky diver & fare
well shot, at which be dove as usual they would
rather dive than swim or fly and left him his lib
erty, while we fioited heme with the re-assuting
consciousness that at any r ate, we had relieved him
cf a good p'irt of his feathers.
The streets of (Justine are well shad-d with elms
ami m-ipl'-s. tie- dw. llin h-di-t arc iiiu-tly of ihe
New Kngland commodious farm U'ni--; patt- tn
wi;h gru.-s and Cowers and shade tn-i-s in fiont and
apple trees in the rear. Several of the religion
denomination-! are represented by their respective
Churches; this is t coiir-c- to In- -xp'-r-td in "''
present stall- of (Jhtistian union which is n u-i so
backward tL.it iu any tillage bowev r small, we
are much more likely to liud si-veial churches
than on' Mu-cular Christianity however b is no
sects, and one bowling alley is found to be suffi
cient lor the demand. of ti popu'.a-ion. The
water ltorit is lim 1 w ith pi I s. some of them iu fair
condition. The steamboat whirl especially is
large and massive. There ai.- rev oral flouting
whaivi-s lor the ;ct'-iinrn-.dati'.n of boating peo
ple, whi'.h lisi- a.'ol bill uiiii the lid--. .-hip
building w 1 i- h was f .in.. i!v .'ti.sivel v c-tti.ed
mi. has declined. At pie.-nt. cinlii-hiiig on the
Newfoundland bank?. nriki:i rope and cod lines
and canning lobsters nn-the lending indaf tl ial en
terprises. Hut (Jastirn does not hrem to need
industrial i-nterpi ise : it fortunes have been
made; the place is c stabli-hed ai.d vem-iable;
its attractive features are other nnd better than
money making opportunities. 1 bore is an at
mnsphero of leisuie about it wl.ich is irre.-i-t-tible.
The young men go ii way b make their
(ol tunes ulni Com-- back to take breath. per
chance to woo; and otheis come and go and
the romance of the I!.iro:i of St. (Justine is from
time tn time ri-p--ati i". iu now rendei in's as the
years pa-s. The s.ui pins energy of the com
munity has for ni.iny jeais tumju popular edu
cation its pursuit iiii'.ii the place has become
famous for tho bierli standaid of ll schools and
the t'ouipleii'iii-s of i:s educational systems, so
that many students from other places seek its
advantages, while to have been a teacher tbeie,
is. a pa-s tn a l i-i-nj nii-d pi itn.n in the guild.
Ity lie arrival of lb bark .fmrrAyif, on Thurs
day last, aal the ccartrsy of W. (J Irwia It Co.,
we have rcceivel two date frotu Hao Fraocisoo,
paper. -f tbt 77ia svnd 28tfc of lBbr. five Jayi
later thau rrttk-tta advice. The bark Krk was
l sail three daya after I be -laaWayW an J way bring
a mail. W eoupda a. summary f tb , wbleb,
however, ia net palticulsrly important.
A dispatch from Praia, dated Wa. 27, say that
rumen bare beea currrot cf atttmpia oa the life of
the Kicpervrtf Austria The pulwie guarJiDg Ihe
t alace where tbe I'mperor aaJ limprvaa aal Crust n
1'iincsi are potliuf tbe CbrsstmM auIUsys, bate
beo increase i A tuaa baa ba arrted a.t Altsa
lurg. Saxony, charged with threatening l aaaasai
ntte th "flmperor if Auatrja, III pleJI dmak.
A dfpstvh rvivJ at Lot -Jm from Lab ore, da lad
Le. 7, 4 lit t Yakcs b Khan, kb of the Anseer
cf Afgbaiiiatao, baa cvtne iato Jlatab4. Tkla la
reHe-l ai eqaivalent tu a eurrraiar t Iti Brliiab.
Due bundrr-t thousand men are lavulved (leo.
27) ia tke impcoding colliery ttiike ia York aaj
At Nw Vork, lVc k7, a back tursas-afer n
misierii u.ly rubbed ia tpa day cf kki t-'JUO.OtO
Senator lilaioe, at a d.uner party al Washington,
the last wek ia lecember, is rrporlrd to bate cvote
out uart'ly on Ihe Caiueee quettiaa. He look
sttotig and decided grouuJ aaibst Chmrssr itnnii
graiion He aaid that the doctrine cf aelf prrsvrva
tion was the broadest and most liberal erred ia the
wotld ia ita effects on ibe ajtioee of neu; txtt Ibat
if the free immigration of ihe Mongolian race waa
pcrmitteii. they Wild take poaarssioo if ihe I'scfio
coast to the eiclusioa of the while taee. "A peo
ple," aaid iV.aine, wbi) eat beef aa l bread and
drink beer cannot labor alongsiJe of tboee who live
en rice, an l if the rxri rimcut ia attempted oa a
large scale the Amcrtcau lU-4riU bate lo drop
his knife aud fotk aud lake up the chop aticka. The
caus which would dtitc white labvr froui the
IWiie coat ty the lutiolu-tioo of Ibe I bicrae are
not eentially diOereut from tho cauaea which
drove white labor fmtu the South by tbe epread and
increaac of a servile race there. "
At St. lVteraburg. IVc '21, a Cblucae Cml-aesy
bad arrived to a Ijaat Iba difficalltee between Cblua
Jvba V. Mackay, tbe booania king, baa been
rued by one SwaJluian, for tbe edoction of bia
wife Amelia, dttnaji laid at I'JlW.O.X).'
Tbe three-ma led soboouer Jtanstttt, owaed by
James (JiorJoo Itetinett, of Ibe New VotX HeralJ,
arrived at Sao Franoiaoo IVc 27. Hue ie to proceed
north during tb coating emaoo, tn eearca of Ibe
open 1'olar Sea by ibe way of lU-brir.g Siraiie.
Senator ltayard of Lelawar ia annoanee-1 aa a
candidate for tbe l'reaideaay. with alroag aasaraoce
of financial backing from New York, which bia
friend expect to carry, with Connecticut and New
Jersey, giving witb the ootid South, the requited
majority ia the l.'lectoral College. The Krpubliceo
nomination. It ia thought, if now a arrowed down lo
llranf, Blaine and VYashburne, with Ibe former tbe
DruDkcnueii in Honolulu, ,
Mb. ludToR : Will you allow a ft lend of Teaipar
ance a biicf space in your colaroot- iHr. Talmadgo
says, ' the saddcat sight is a drunkeo oon euleriog
the front door." IVrbapa oo ; but a drunken father
ia bad enough, nut to apeak of a drunkea woman.
Now utilesa Christian people aud otbera teeiir tbui
elvei in Honolulu, such oighta aad tacb oceuea tnay
become frequent. Tho Bible eaya, oo drunkard
shall inherit tbe Kingdom of Heaven." Ali iblugo
considered, bai cot the lime come, for an onward
movement T Why not make a otrong pull, a long
pull, and a pall altogether t
A Frikkd or Tt-xri kaxck
. . Honolulu, lClh January, 187'J.
. . , . .
, Saili Vriu Steam. v .
James Juckson Jarvls, the flrat blsfoiluii of tho
Hawaiian Islands, baa given a vivid description ,.M
the horrors which be encountered on an inter-'
island passage on a coaster, somewhere about
forty yeata ago. .Something leaa than that period,
the writer of this paragraph remembeia f having
passedit' dais on the passage between Honolulu
and I.uh.iiri:t. In very pleasant contrail to that
dreary record, reud tbia cheery not from a gen
temaii who left on Ih 6lb Instant, for Lahaiua :
"As you naturally take an Interest iu Ibe well
doing of our coasting fleet, it may a fjord you tome
plcHte aud, perhaps, an editorial item, to know
that be good ocboooer .Veffte Merrill baa made
another of her famous trips between Honolulu and
Lahaina. We patted tbe spar buoy at 6 p. ro. yes.
(erday; iud N.N.K.. a whole-tail bree ae, aud the
sea comparatively smooth. It was a marvel and a
pleasure to au old salt, like u.e, to tee that vessel
cron ibe Oahu channel at the rate of eleven to
twelve kuota per Lour. At 9 p. m. we wen well In.
side, to the eastward, of Mulokai west point, and at
114 p. ' we were somewhere between Kamalo and
Kaluaahn ou Molokai. Cp to (his time we bad kept
the steamer A'ilauta-hou full in view, though alio
left Honolulu tome time before no. lint here tho
wiuu luueij ui, ami we lay oecaimeu ror an boar ana
a half, when tbe wind, coming down tho Molokai
channel, casgbt us, and away WO oped again until
shortly before 8 a. tn. this mornior. when wo hove
' I - - . ml
to ofl Lahaina; making tbe distanoa between Hono-j
lulu and Lahaina iu somewhat leeo than boursJ
You know from old experieneo how inaeh depends!
upou good oteering and tba making a otratgbt wake,'
and thus, while all credit Is due to the eailing eapa-l
cities of the ,V7, no leaa credit is due lo Captain
Hatfield, who stood at tbo helm, blmaelf, ibe wbolo
evening until we were becalmed. Add to all thle,
that cut of some twenty-five passengers not a ooul
was sea-sick, and yon may eatily foare that tbo
ahole trip was one of uualloyed pleasure. The moon
was at its full; the sky was clear; tho wind waa keen,
cold nod bracing, and. so far ao tt affected aiyaelf
personally, I vt-rily believe jhat it cured my rheuma
tism, for 1 have felt but very little of It oiooe.
" "Okk Of TH7 pASKtKOCBS."
8upreme Court January Term, 1879.
af y ,
Jan 10 Chief Janice Ilarrle prealflltit 4,'harlea Long
Ituth Keeiikolanf; acilna of tort. Tried ty a bdUmI jury who
rcturrw-.! a verdict for theplalntlC; darosg-n $100. W C Jonea
for plaiiliff, K I'rvstoo lor drfrodabt.
Jan 13 before the full Court J II Coney is MimIs. A-p-
al frt ra the decision of the Polios Justice of IlosMilula:. This
waa arirul lf..r the full Court on Ihs o Instant, atj Mr
Justice JuiJJ this morninf deiisrred the daclrlou if I h Court
di.-uii.sing the apM-al.
Ilis KxBO WlM'-r, Mlnlsler ot the Interior, is Henry Brad-l-y
and Ilrnry Mucfrlane. Apt-al froea the dn lsloo (f the
Police Jatic, forfeitiriK th license att penalty of the bond.
Ar-ui l oa the Bill Instant. Mr Justice ICuly tbls bMaln(
delivered il.e decblon ol Ihe Cturt a.-ttii.f aside the decision i.f
the Police Justice.
Jan ia The King i s Jleciry Uradleyi auiu(Kll(- The pris
oner iiaTtiijr pleaded f ullty. s tba qiw-stloa as to what so
tence should be psssed npon lh defendant, U was aojri-raird
that ly thr lair reitricting U, Importation cf opluaa. the Court
had uo iliacrii'm In Ihe punishment, but wouU be bound to
past a sentence oflmprisotiment. Il was contend, d by rouu---l
lor the d. ftn.Iant that lue Court bad U.e discretion to Ita
Kse a pecuniary penally, and the Chief Justine rservd Ihe
('istion for the full Coutt. That sjialius having ttrru argurit
on the Vtb Instant, Cblef Jealioe Hart la 4rlfvero IV slniiiuo
of the full Court, rrmltling the rsse torhe Volte Jditlra of Ho-
ik. mlu f .r a-ljudication by h m. decision sn towlaySi
U.e KiiiK is J arr!l and rtril ffarreoi tuugglibg. In
ccrilormity with the alor decision, this case as also rra,lltd
to the Poll, e Justice of Honolulu.
The King i t Pamut-I larreri, srvond charge of ssauggHng.
In-, i.lun the same.
The King i C E W illiasB. T K I'ark aod J'-ha alrKrafuei
sn.ar-linr. This case Is alto mnilU-d to tbe Police Justice foe
lief ore Sir Juiik UcCutly, silUug lor the presiding Justice.
J lieeiir g i s Moikel.a; lill lor d, force. The Court after
hearing the id grai.led ilecree of divoroe. L Kelilpto fur
H M Kirniiiakakhua is Kej-.la KapoMiaut libel ttf divotr.e.
Th-- Court granted dcre aoauiute. k e Oirsertoa Ut libellsnt.
before Chief J astir Harris Welovla l Pnoowalna aiwl
ol-rti ej'rttn'i.t. This case eras trd ty a tiatlrs Jury, who
r.-turne I a v-rdn I ftr the plaintiff with daaoagrs, f 400 A B
lUrtat il tvr plaintiff, K I'rrston and C Brown t defeudanla.
Jan 14 The King at Kaaiil Ui (k); ulalU-ry. Appral from
the Polici- Court nl Iluni.lulu. Case tried by a HawalUa )ury
who returned a verdict of nut guilty, and the prisoner waa
l'..-f..rJ Mr Ju.tloe McCully hy risest of C hir I Just rs IUr
ri C N Kalatna is Ana llanura (w); litl f..r divorce, on the
y round (j utter dewertiun arol adoltc-ry. The Court after hear
ing the iviih-nce Rranteil decree of divorce absolute. J L
K lulakou for libt-lisnt.
Akahi (w) t Kapukul; hUd for dlvore. on the grouud of
adultery. The Court oo hearing the evidence granted deerei
cf div-.rce absolute. J Kupsa itt libcllaiit.
A Eureka, Ne?., woman accused a wealthy
ncigniKir oi orencn oi Tirotniee. iiatber tbat
bear the odium of n trial, he offered to marry
ncr. . magibiraic waa caiica. the turn madi
Ins tcfponscs projicrly, and the magistrate turncif
iu me Dnuo witn me question : " Will yoti
iiitvo tnis man to vc your weaaea liusbandr
The TeejHjtiHe came quickly and nngrljj, N a
won't ; and tearing Lertelf away fruit) tbif
bridegroom, bhe bailed out of the room under ful
head of steam, with her mother in tov. Tb
bridegroom was stunned for a inomeut, and tbei
recovering bia bclf-poeeesaion, accepted tbe co;
gratulations of tbe wedding guctita on hit unex
pected deliveraniv, and ordered up two taiket