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In ftni(.m kLIi pln,r we have f ur arrival t- r i- rt f-r j
th week. Iur .f wlii' li however nm tia d'in-ti.- j
porta ; Df. from San Frami-r, LrtC!.:ui? a -n-ral raro
attieI at Ml. VI. The il. partnr for thr wrk have 1 u j
elht. in.l KliDi two war vt-sM-ls, au'I the t..ll valu.- of j
exports of J' iu-tic r-liue none f..rwarl amount to lb-
mm t tUM.'ui.'M. I
Aa the plantation g. t fairly at work la taking 3 tl.. ir I
crops, ami aa wathtr l fav'-ratlt f -r nhlppint.'. tL re- ,
eelpt of antra r bre ar lnrr-a-ii:'f. Thow for the w k j
anionnt to 'J.l u; pa kaeea s-tit 47" t-.ni. TL- t'na- .
at hand I ample, ami the steainer from the Ol.i.in .in.- ,
on Monday, will tak a lar-;e hipnierit f-.r San Frsm )
ur from f-in t'rtu' 1' rr ti tti fib ulLiuu. 1
Wf quote frm the Alt mrlft r l-ort r.f that date :
RIC No. 1 China Is ri..taM at .2- rtl. No. 2 d ,
f.?.SO : Mix! China. fl.o.Vtl.7n. Hawaiian. i'..2.'V'-5'-hC'lAB
Iftnry prl e xtra i-owil-red. li'e. rnh-
4. Cube and fuie cnwbnl, PJ ''j"". Kxtra iirannlat-M. 11 'r.
dry iio. iJe O-.l l. u ' li l Pi all In Lhi. Half
l.hU, ami C ';-; ; t:tra l. "-.c more, for all kiinl.
No i r l r 1 tak-n f ' r l- nn than t I N or TlTallit la hf
Lhla or Im.
COFFEE Central America Orecni. TV-,17 ye ft Pi. as t
rnnlity. Jiict'o'. I.io Ix iiomluaL Manila ia i rartnv
aily out of the market. ! tn hhl at 2K.
port or nOIJOLULU, II. z.
Jan 11 Am tern Hera. Motim-n, 2. .lj from f parture
By. n male tt Kahu'.ui
17 Aa thr Bonanza, Miller, from S Franciaco i Ililo
la Am bk J W caYer, Mclandrr. !) daya frrm Sao
IS Am ac&r Duhinir V aTe, JlcCall'jeb, from Fan
Francuco, tU Kahalui
1 V-P'mr James Makee, liod'rey, frrm Kipa
IP Htmr KiUata lioo. Sear, from Kahulai
IIICIMII I I ll.
10 Am bkuie Eareka, Norilberf. for Francisro
11 I S a Lackawanna, Ctaixlirr, f .r."n Franeiro
li I.' S & li-ar.grr. Boyd, for Man francuco
li Am lens Hera, Monaen, fr Kahalni
1J Am achr Ecaiace, Hole, tor ran I rancito
14 Haw tjine itorm Bin!. Hatfl-., f.,r JalQil
li Am bkm J A t alkinlxtrir. llabbsrd. trr 1'ortl d, O
li Am bk II W Aim?. Freeman, lor gan Franciaco
15 Am bit Camden, Kobinaoo, for Fort Gamble
ALOG TIIC HII1RIS.
The Am aclir bambini Ware l at TihbetU auJ S-.r n
m 'a wharf. Mi will h a-1 for Han Franetacn, t aail In
. Tba Conanza la at th Old Coxtoiu Ilotixe wharf, wbt re
tt Kill loa.1 for Han Fran. U. o. ti aall nett week,
a Tha La ly Larii on la al. at the Old Citatum IIouh
Wharf, e aail aoon fur Han Fram-lx-o.
Tba Alp t- J W Hearer ia ilim-harxtnx a carxo of l.nlM
lnit material for the new Pala-, at Ju.l.l'a wharf. Khe
will aall for San rranclaco again in atxut ten daya.
The Am a br Claaa Bprecklaa la at Brewer k. Cu'a
wharf.' rJhe will aall for Ban I ran. u.:.( to-lay.
Tba La-1 llra.1 la al at lirrwer A Cu'a wharf, an.l will
a1 auon for kpaiiualt. B C.
Tba wh bk Parine baa comp! te.l r palra ami hault.1 to
the fplanada to ahin her at. rea. Hbe will nail for a
crule on Monday vm Tneiay uext.
fii Brit bk Norham Catle la atlll at the Old 8tein
ahl9 wharf 1Ua.-har-.ptn3. ttbe will lie ready for tea In
boat ten or twelve daya.
The Caxma ia at the lplana.le. atlll Uncharging.
The Am trig Sa Waif la at the f x,t of Fort street ; to
Sail for San Franciaco abnat the middle of next week.
The Oer bk A annate la at the Esplanade, taking Id bal
Uat. The Am bk Arkwrtght U at the fof,t vl the LikeMke'a
dock. (llx-bargUig coal, which ahe will have cut In a day
or two, and will probably be ready fur sea about next
T&e FUSS Zealanilia will be dne frum the Colonies,
en route for San Franciaco, on Monday.
!! freaw Ferelsn I'erfa.
Am ship Geo Butler, Neweaalle. NSW, doe Feb 5-10
BrtlapHlffhflyer. LoadooTta 81 Michaela, saiieil from Lon
Brit bk Contest, Liverpool, sailed July SO ia Valparaiso
Brit bk Tokatea, Mew Ca.:tle, oTerdue
Haw bk Kale, Bremen, doe Feb 6-1
Fannie flaber, New Castle, due
Aa bgtne Sheet Anchor. New C.-utle, dne
Am bk Emma Aoguata, New Castle. N 8 W,lue
Oer bctne Itiebolaa, South Sea Islands, due Feb 1
Jin bk Ceylon, Boston, due April 20-35
Am bgtne Hasard, I'ort Gamble
Am bxtne Catherine Sadden, Fort TosmaenJ, dae
Am snip W H W hilloa. New Y'ork. to aail Jan 10
Brit atmr Zealand .a, Sydney, dae Jan 1
Am umr City of New Y'ork, fan Francisco, due Jan IA
Am bktne Joe Perkins, Port Gamble
Chinese sir , China, dae Jan 14-25
Raiatea schr ViTid. Fannlng's Island, dae Jan 25-30
Am bktne Ella, can Francisco, dae Jan "JO-24
Am bk Cyane, iaa Francisco, dae Jan 20-25
Am bk Bnena Vista, Ctsalady, dae
Ant sniss packet Morning Star, Micronesia, dae in Feb
VESSEL IN 'OUT
Etaw bk Kalakaoa
Lias; bgtoe Pomare, for sale
Am topsail tch Loleu, Uexter
Haw sen Julia A Long.
Am wh bk Pacific, Knowles,
Am sea Honor a, Seegers
Ger bk Aaguste, tfchamacber
Haw brig Julia M Arery, Arery
Am bk Arkwrigbt, New hall
Brit bk Lady Head, Anderson
Am brig Sea Waif, Wagner
Brit bk Nor ham Castle. Good
Brit bk Lady Lampaoo, Man ton
Am schr CUas Hpreckels, Von Schmidt
Brit bk Cunt, Erring
Am schr Boaansa, M iller
Am bk J W Searer. Melander
Am schr Dashing Wars, McCalloch
From San Franriaco. per Dashing Wave, Jan 1320 in
red brick, 1 case Mexican dKara.
From San Franciaco. ft Conenza. Jan 11750 B W fits
10 ra red bricks. 1 bbl pork, 3 pkg furniture.
From Pan Francl-o. per J W SeaTer. Jan 15. 7 pes
Iron. e tobacco, 10 do dry Roods. 'Si pkga (rroceries. 57
pkga farnltnre. 11 ra saddlery. 43 bbl salmon, 130 m
ahinKlea. 1JO bale hay, SW bales feed, 27 m bricks, 351
pee lumber. 2.V) bbla lime. 3Jy pwa columns.
Tor Kan Francisco, per Eureka. Jan 10 l25baff sugar.
253 baas rK'e. 4J tierrea molasses, a 10 beb bananan. rf5
pkga hides, dVm ralne (44.4HJ.53 fgn do $l:)m).
For San r"rani i-o, per Eustace, Jan 1.1 315.1 pkira sti(?
ar, 1150 bag-i rice, 91 Laies wool. !m Talue iZJMA.Jj.
Tor Jalnit, per Storm Elrd, Jan 14 10 bg sn.Rar.30 bgs
rice. bbla molaosea. Iom Talue i.x"'J.
For Portland, per Jane A Falkinbun?. Jan 13 117-2 kegs
engar, 4i bc rice. 43 bche banana.4, a caws gin. Im
For San Fran-i-o. per Helen W Almy, Jan 13 43
pkga a-nirar. J4 bchs bananas, 1073 bag rice. Domestic
I ANE. KKN.
Foe San Franciseo, per Enreka. Jan 10 Leridd Gille.
Fred Wanlell. Martin Brewer. D Norton, James Victory,
O C Masun. W A Omm, E i Alibrecht.
For San Frascisro. per Helen W Almy. Jan 13 Mrs R
lowers and two children. Mr and Mrs Well.
For PortlanJ, O. per 1 A Falklnburg, Jan 13 Captain
From Psn Frant l.-o, pr Bonanza. Jan 12 W O Gsr
denhlne. F Outt:halk. 11 W Cashing. Perry.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17.
Tni gaggcution has been made, anJ we liaTc
been requeeteJ to repeat it here, that a public
meeting be called of the Toters of thU city, oa
tires and foreigner, for the purpose of inter
changinir tiows on questions of general interest
likely to come up ia the next Legislature, and, if
pooaible, to agree upon candidates. A combined
action of this ort will be ncccMarj in order to
secure the natite tote for any foreign names, and
without that vote it will be ueele&s to nominate.
We trust that the matter will be taken promptly
and energetically in band. The election takes
place oo the 4th of February, eighteen days from
the present date.
Wi abe pleased to learn that the following gen
tlemen have applied for life membership in the
Queen's Hospital : Mewrs. Thos. trown, Alex.
Mackintosh, Cecil Crown, M. Louiseon and J.
Ilyman. This proTCU the awakening of renewed
interest in this useful institution, and we trust
that the example ill be followed by a goodly
number of our citizens. It is an honor to the
Queen's Hospital to count among its life members
every good and intelligent member of this com
munity, and the good which that institution dc
rires thereby is participated in by each individ
ual. We call therefore on our fellow residents in
general to come forward and join the Queen's
Hospital Association as life members, and we re
mind&tbcrxi that a single payment of 50 will
secure the certificate under the eignature of the
King, which in itself may be cherished in years
to come as a gratifying rememberence cf the
IMiiR tf.e lit-adiri A word of (Yiu.mtfid.i
ti in." a buiou- inivi'luitl wl. ) sin-. hiiuIf
" OKftrvcr " get -'F a large amount of cjiidcm
nati .r aair.et ttie I'refiJtnt arid nitriibeni of ti e
Il nr 1 of Iknltd an I iho Akvesti-i.k, which Lit
ter I.k Favs arj ire- to t'.; di-tiin.-ti'jn ol btin
the orjan of tl.fr Mn.i-tr in central and the
I're-idtnt uf ti.e Iljirdin r irticul.ir." " Observ
er " r.ijs he wrio's hurritdly ar.d imr-erfectly.
Hurt n nrrnrent, when we lk at his rpclling
an 1 iniure ol wori. IJjt what he l ick in care
h; niak-.- up in venom, w hen he exj rer-cs his
dtsire to t'ontrihiite to tf.e ' c r w .rk " of
bringing into 'lirr j uf ti.e inf-iiiStr- of the Jiard.
He my " t us h ive facts." Just s. When
lie niik of4 .ur prt-stnt inc iii ttent ar.l intffi
tient anitary a -iiinni-trati n," what facts 1
lie adduce in tuj j .rt of t! c "railing accu-ati n. "
N .ne, whatever. N thin but general charts.
'1 h; whuhj article i a o-ji.ci titrated gr-w 1 of ili
futisfaction at the lUnml and tUn Alvkktisei:, o
intenf and urireaoiiirg a to affjrd fair ground
fr the Mippositiou that the writer has Punic
personal grudge agaiiisi s .tnebody concerned.
If full staiistifw on tins subject of mortality in
these Inlands were to fie published, as is eoggtst
cd, they would simply show what has been de
clared in the papers fir years past, and iiuport-
; ant in this diussion, that the native race has
j been all along decreasing with more or k-.-s rapid
j ity. One of the principal causes of Ibis decrease
has been the paucity of births as compared with
the deaths. It will hnrdly be urged, by even
such a wrong-headed " Observer " ns the Ga
zette's correspondent, that the Bxird of Health
must be held responsible fur the sterility of Haw
aiian females. The importation of South Sea
Inlanders, which is being so vigorously carried on
by the government and which wc heartily com
mend and no Sensible man will style us a gov
ernment organ for doing so is undertaken for
the purpose of supplementing that very decrease
in our own people by those of a cognate race. It
would subserve no good purpose but operate
rather in tho other direction, were wc to com
placently parade " before the world full particu
lars of the rate at which the aboriginal Hawaii
an 3 have decreased during the past twenty-five or
thirty jcar. (JJut we are glad to know from offi
cial statistics, that for over a year past the births,
and deaths among the native population through
out the Islands have apj roached an equality in
numbers.) For it should be remembered that it
wa to these people that the great powers conced
ed the status of an independent government in
1343. and not to American and European settlers
and Chinese coolies.
But it is a fact, as has been stated before, and
as is perfectly well known to those who arc famil
iar with the customs and habits oT the native
Hawaiians, that very many of the aged and sick
come to this city from the other Islai'ls and die
here, and of course help to swell our death rate.
And it is also true, which any reasonable person
will concede in view of all the facts, that the
death rate of this city as published is not by any
means alarming, nor does it demonstrate that
" our city has absolutely lost its healthy charac
ter," would-be, alarmists and spiteful detractors
to the contrary notwithstanding.
To sat that gaming is an immoral and mischiev
ous practice, is, as most people will admit, simply
to utter a truism. By gaming we mean not only
playing at cards or dice for money, but in a more
extended sense the wagering of money at races,
and the like. All of such practices are plainly
demoralizing to individuals who engage in them
and to the community in which they are permit
ted to be carried on. The framers of our Haw
aiian laws fully recognized this view. Chapt. 39
of the Penal Code is full and explicit on the sub
ject. The Chapter opens with this definition :
Whoever by playing at cards, or any other
game, wins or loses any sum of money or thing of
value is guilty of gaming." The offense is of two
degrees gaming on Sunday ; or where $25 or
more is won or lost at any one time or sitting, is
of the first degree, and is punishable by fine not
exceeding ten times the value of the money or
other thing won or lost, or by imprisonment at
hard labor not exceeding sixty day6. Gaming in
the second degree is punishable by fine not ex
ceeding fifty dollars or imprisonment at hard la
bor not more than thirty days. Money or other
thing of value lost by gaming or betting may be
eued for and recovered from the winner. And if
the loser fails to sue within three months, any
constable or other person may sue for and recever
treble the value of the wager, one half to go to
the prosecutor and the other half to the govern
ment for the use of the common schools. All
notes or other evidences of indebtedness based on
gaming ure declared void in law as between the
parties. And keepers of hotels and other places
of public entertainment, by suffering on their
premises gaming with cards, dice, billiards or
other implements used in gaming, are liable to be
fined 25 for every offense. These are in the
main the provisions of Hawaiian law against the
practice of gaming, and they are amjlc enough if
But it is quite notorious that our wholesome
law on gambling is in effect a dead letter. In
many, if not most of the licensed places of public
resort, by day or by night, games of chance (or
skill, as the case may be) for money or its equiva
lent are common enough, and although in known
contravention of law, involving the participants
and the keeper of the house as well in a liability
to fine or imp risonment, no one ever gives that
legal liability any thought, for the police never
interfere, and no arrests for gaming arc made.
But we beg pardon arrests are sometimes made
by the police for this offense. But they are of
Chinamen, who, hidden in sjme out-of-the-way
hole, are perhaps cheating one another in a very
quiet way at some of their outlandish games
quite a different thing, it may be supposed, from
the gentlemanly ' draw " or ' straight " poker,
cribbage, "sell-out," freeze-out," or pin pool,
presided over by a laultlcssly attired, diamond-
stiirt-stuajeu stiarp. and in this connection we
may say that we have reliable information that
the sporting fraternity of this city has been aug
mented within the last two months by the arrival
of two genuine '" 6hort card men." The frequen
ters of places of public result may have met one
or both of these agreeable individuals, and suffer
ed financially in consequence. Marked cards and
no limit in bets are calculated to make plethoric
purses shrink. As to Chinese gambling houses,
about which it is supposed the police have all the
information required, we are informed that there
arc five in operation in this city at present.
These are located in the region bounded by
Bcrctania, Nuuanu, Hotel and Maunakea streets,
generally known as Chinatown."
Natives, as is well known, are inveterate card
players, and gamble too at cards, though not for
very large amounts. They will sp?nd a whole
day over a gross of card matches one bundle
" ante." But their great weakness is very nat
urally a fondness for horseracing, and on a favor
ite nag they will wager their last dime. This
fact constitutes the grave objection urged by many
against the practice of horseracing on public holi
days, and is always brought forward with effect
against those who talk of encouraging the produc
tion of fine stock, and the cultivation of that no
ble animal the horse. It must be admitted that
in the way of betting on a horse race, the natives
have the example p Ientifully set before them by
foreigners. Wc have seen foreign ladies even, at
Kapiolani Park freely putting up their bets on
eome favorite, who would be indignant if told
that they were actually engaged in the immoral
prac iec of gambling for it is nothing else,
s:n.oth il over as you will.
litcntly we have had some very pretty boat
races, between a crew from an American man-of-war
and one from among our townsfolk. These
exhibitions of the qualities of different modeled
b ats ar.d tho skill and wind of the oarsmen are
interesting and exciting at all times ; but in the
two races to which we refer there was an undue
amount of excitement on the part of many of the
sreetators, owinz to the fact that there were con
siderable sums pending on the result in the shape
of bets. Without stating the particular amounts
mentioned, it is safe to say that several thousand
dollars changed hands on the first race, ana sev
eral hundteds on the second. The losers oi
course felt sore and cursed their luck, and the
elated winners feel so much the richer by the
I ..--tssion of coin that they have not really earned,
and which therefore is not likely to do them any
ultimate good. Universal experience has proved
But the whole business of betting on either
horse or boat races is demoralizing, coming as it
d m within the score of earning. And if the
laws ol the country cannot be enforced in regard
to gaminz practices of all kinds including, be
sides those we have enumerated, lotteries, raffles,
and all games of chance what is the good of re
taining such laws on the statute book to be con
ttmptuouslv winked at. Is there not a public
sentiment in the community on our side of this
question, sufficiently strong to be effectively exer
ted for the enforcement of law, or are we on tins,
as on some other important matters, simply apa
Aside from the broad principle that the wealth
and intelligence of this, the capital city of the
Kingdom, should be properly represented in the
Legislature Assembly, there are a number of con
si Jerations of a particular nature and connected
with the special interests of our citizens, which
ought certainly to arouse them from their apa
thy in regard to the approaching election for
Representatives. The most prominent of these
considerations is in connection with the immedi
ate government of this city, a subject to which
we have several times alluded of late. While
the taxes that arc assessed and collected iu Hono
lulu forui no inconsiderable part of the revenue
of the country, a comparatively small amount of
that revenue is expended here. If, for instance,
the road tax collected here was laid out on the
etrects and the roads leading into town, they would
be kept in better condition generally than they
are now. Tho taxes on real estate and personal
property collected in this city amount to a large
sum, and the income from water rates figures up
very handsomely every year. And shall those
who directly contribute to this largo aggregate of
public revenue allow themselves, by their own
default, to be practically excluded from having
anything to say as to bow it shall be expended ?
Such delegations as have been sent to the Legisla
ture from this city of late years, neither compre
hended nor cared to look after the wants of their
constituency, and the present outlook promises
nothing better for the future unless indeed, as we
have repieatedly urged, the foreign-born voters
shall agree to combine their influence on some
Among the wants of this city which it should
be the aim of its Representatives to secure, is a di
rect appropriation for thoroughly and systemati
cally lighting the streets. Crime and vice shrink
from the light ; and a plentiful supply of lamps
on our streets will prove a better safe-guard for
tho peace and morality of the community than
the enrollment of an extra number of policemen.
If, as is reported, the inventor Edison has at
length realized his aspiration to produce a bril
liant electric light, cheap enough and convenient
enough to compete with gas, then the world is on
the eve of a revolution in the lighting of build
ings and streets, and even Honolulu may be
lighted by electricity before the year is out.
Besides the keeping of our streets and roads in
good repair and properly lighting the city, there
is another sort of public improvement which will
soon imperatively demand attention. We refer
to the straitening and widening of some of the
public thoroughfares. As tho city grows in pop
ulation and extent, the necessity for this work
becomes more apparent, and the longer the delay
the greater, will be the expense. Honolulu, as a
large contributor to the public revenue, is en
titled to demand an appropriation for this pur
pose. There is one point in regard to candidature at
the coming election upon which it will be well to
be explicit just here. However crude and imprac
tical may be the ideas of tho mass of the native vo
ters, and however liable to be duped by demaga
gues of their own race, they are quite clear on
the Chinese question. No candidate need expect
to get the native vote who is in favor of unrestrict
ed Chinese immigration. And in this particular
it is scarcely necessary to say that they have tue
sympathy and hearty support of the Advertiser.
And in this connection we may mention anoth
er question which will come up for discussion
and deciseion at the approaching session that of
subsidies to foreign ocean steamships. We are
confident we express the sentiment of the great
majority of the foreign community when we say,
most emphatically, that the further payment of
such subsidy will be unnecessary, and a wanton
waste of the pubiic money. For the thirty-six
thousand dollars paid (or to be paid) out of the
Hawaiian treasury during the past two years, we
have by no means received a commensurate re
turn by the visits of the boats of the Pacific Mail
Company, while our freight and passenger busi
ness has in no small degree contributed to the
revenues of that corporation. The amount of sub
sidy that we have paid may appear small in some
countries, and really cannot, for its value, consti
tute an inducement Tor the steamers to call here,
while the sum thus thrown away would go far
with us in the matter of much needed internal
These are a few out of the many considera
tions which may be urged and which suggest
themselves in connection with the coming elec
tion, and the duty which devolves upon every
good citizen to give his vote and his influence for
the return of the right sort of men to represent
Firemen Attention I !
LL MEMBERS OP THE HONOLULU
in good tv:x:di:vg
Who tave teen Taxed for the Year, beginning July 1st, 1S79,
Ire Kf qnf-ted to Brin? Their Tax Ellis to the Oftlrt
of thf I ndrMznfd Without Delay.
jalT Per Order: CI1AS. T. GUL1CK. Sec'y II. F. D.
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
CORN12R FORT 0 HOTEL STS.,
And others wUhirn; Saddle llor.es. (for Ladic3 or Gentl men.)
Carri.ice Horses, Mngle or Double Teams. Ac, can be furnish
ed with the same at any hour of ihe day oi night.
JUST RECEIVED n lnre and roomy
FOll! HOUSE I'LEMIIE WA(I0.,
Capable of comfortably accommodating pleasure parties wish
ing to visit Ihe I'nli. Wnikiki, Knpnlniiia, or
other points oi interest on the Island. Competent Drivers
fnrni-hed when desired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, as my Stable has capacity for comfjrtably
staid ng fifty horses.
HORSES CLIPPED with neatness and dispatch by
a thoroughly competent horse-clipper.
Reasonable Rales and Satisfaction Guaranteed in all trans
actions with me.
Grive Me a Call !
The following correspondence will explarn it
self. The situation described and the queitions
raised, result vcy naturally from the imreased
immigration to these islands, for all the possible
consequences of wSich we are unprepared. Our
government taxes every passenger coming here
the sura of 2 fjr tie benefit of the Queen "s Hos
pital, but makes jo provision for relief if the
passenger becomes sick and destitute. The tax
was imposed at a tine when the Hospital needed
the funds. Such i; no longer the cas, and this
tax of $2 is invi.ioas and ought to be abolished.
Sometiing M.ust be Done.
To the Editor of tie Pacific Cvmmercia. Advertiser
The nuniber of a;k and disabled white laborers is
rapidly increasing ipon the islands, riant ers and
the government are lalling for immigrants, but who
shall provide for than when sick? The Hawaiian
government makes io provision for paupers, and the
Queen's Hospital rfnses to admit a foreigner unless
some one is responstle for his eupport. Our benev
olent societies are early bankrupt.
Kecently in one ay, I bad three applications fur
aid. Acting for th Stranger's Friend Society, I do
not think it right t appeal to the ladies for aid, to
assist men leaving pantationg on account of sickness.
That society is limitd as to means, and was never
designed to aid sucl cases.
The following nob I have just received from the
agent of a plantatjo on Hawaii, and it reveals a
state of things consantly repeated.
This man must ot be left in the street, and was
sent to the hospital or two weeks, with the hope the
ladies will approve. Something must and ought im
mediately to be don by the government or planters
and their agents. Sam'l C. Damon
Honolulu, Jan. 1U8S0.
Dkak Du. Damox.-Wc have no advices about
, but will wriu-by the Likelike to the Man
ager to know if wu oiiht to do anythiug. Mean
while the man should gj into Hospital as soon as
he can, and I wi9h ycu would send him an order
on behalf of the Stangers" Friend Society to go
into Hospital. I cun.ot assume any responsibility
without 's iistructions, and he is a kind-
hearted man and wtild do what is right.
is not a British subjet, and I cannot therefore ob
tain relief for him frim the already overburdened
lands (if any exist of the British Benevolent So
ciety. If you wi.'. kindly send me an order,
1 will see that gets in tonight if possible ;
and I think there sbuld be no delay. I am, dear
Dr. Dumon, yours sncerely,
BY A FIRST CLASS HOUSEKEEPER
and COOK, wit good references, a situation. No ob
jections to going to tbeither Islands. Address, Housekeeper,
this O ffice. It
4 WHITE WOMAX AS NURSE AND
1. NEEDLEWOMAN, logo In Kauai. Apply to
It MRS. E. P. ADAMS.
FURNISHED CCTTAGE, OR A PART
cf one. or two firnishei or unfurnished Rooms. Ref
erence given. Apply lo M. MARIE LOUIsE, .
jal7 ' No. 104, Hotel St.
ON ACCOUNTwf lis LARGE INCREASE
in the cost of Proviions,.nd the necessaries of life gen
erally, the Board of Truster of the Queen's Hospital, has
decided to increase the rate fir the maiotenance and treat
ment at the Hospital. Foreir patients to $1.50 per day, ex
clusive of expense incurred fewine and watchers, in special
cases. This rate to commencfrom the 1st rebruary.
ja!7 4t Per order. F. A. SCHAEFER, Sec'y.
ROYAL HAWK THEATRE
FOURTH APl'KA ANCE OF THE
Gavton Combiation Troupe I
SATURDAY EVEMVG, JANUARY 17th.
On which occasion MISS :0E GAYTON will apppear in
Her ureal character or
MARGUERITE int'ie Thrilling Drama
Seats secured at McWayne'1 Drug Store. Particulars in
bills of the day.
KSSRS. A.S. CL5GII')KX Si. Co. having
iVJl sold their Store an j Stock in IVailuku to Mr. J. W.
Uirvin, would respectfully rquest heir late customers to ex
tend their patronnsre t3 him
They slso take this opporunity a stating that they arc ue-
Btruua ui Bcifaiiug ut mat iiiuui ui.iicir uusiuusa, auu request 1
all parties owing bills thee to jay the same during the I
month of Januarv. 1SSO. or hev wil be nut into the hnml nf I
a collector. I
air. j. y . uirvin nas auiioriiy o sign ior us mr tne present I
month. (figneO S. CLLuliOIlN & CO.
Jan. Z, issu. jan lm
Ex "LADY HEAD."
Cnnrn BASS' ALE qnnrli,
Canes Guinness' tftou, quara,
Cases Sparkling Pali Ale, qiarts.
For sile by
jal7 2t n. HACKFELD & CO.
Fisher's Clampigne Cider.
A T A N UFA CTU R ED FROM THE BEST
i I and purest materials perft itly harmless and healthy,
a refreshing and cooling drifc, c?p-cially in cases of fever; at
o. 16. Lihha street, iiodUq. cr tiers maybe sent, c. u. v.
through Post Office Box ISO
Honolulu, January 17, 1S9. jal7-ly-3m
A HOUSE AM LOf IN KAI'ALAMA.
For particularsinquire of
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Administrators' Sale of Heal 1. state.
VOTICE IS II ERIBT GIVEN BV THE
i. Undersigned, Admisis-alois on the Estate of LEVI
KELIIPIO, of Honolulu, dciased intestate, that in accord
ance with the authority crated lo us by the Hon. Chas. (J.
Harris, cruel Justice of the hpreme Court, on the -Kib day
of December, 1379. in the mute of the estate of the said Levi
Kelupio, we shall. On Thnaihr. I lie 12th lny of
lrbraarr 1 ShO. in Iron of the Court House at L.aha-
ina, Maui, proceed to sell at pulic auction, all the right, title
and interest of the said LeviKeliipio in and to the certain
pieces or parcels of land desenbd as follows :
Lot l. Ihe second piece damned in Koyal Patent wo.
35U5, granted to Pupuka. loci. Piece of land awarded in
the name of Uanemo, in RoyalPatent No. 1360. situated in
Puunoa, Lahama. Let 3. Pi-cef land in the name ot Kau-
maunoa, situated in rsakaleio.Kuleana .No. bli. Lot 4.
Piece oi land awarded to lvialiaweiki, Kuleana No. ii43.
situated in Moalii. Lot 5. Pec of land situated in Hana-
keoo, Kuleana No. 325. Lots Piece of land awarded to
Levi Keliipij, Royal Patent Nt 05, Kuleana No. 477, situa
ted in i'uunoa.
The first five pieces of lan tbove mentioned are under
lease with three years to run, o H. Turton, rent paid in ad
vance ; the upsel price of said fe lots will be f Jzo. Deeds at
excuse of purchasers. PAKEKE KELIIPIO,
J. L. KAL'LL'KOL,
Adminiwnrors Estate of L. Kcliipio.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1S30. jal'4t
JUST HECEITED AN) FOR SUE!
AT XOW IRICESJ
Tin Tag Tobacco,
Drawing Roon Tobacco,
Old Ju(g3 Cigarettes,
And other Cholre Brands f Tobacco and Cljrars.
AT THOS. LVCKl'S,
NO. 41 FORI S1REET.
Fire Insurance Company,
Capital, Five MillioQS.Eeichsmark.
rmilE UNDERSIGNED 1AVING BEEN
JL appointed Agents of the above Cotany,are now ready to
I-nr Politic ajruinst Riks oiTire on Balldinfrs,
.MrrrhnniliF nnd Flrniturr.
on terms equal to those of other respecfcla companies.
Losses paid for and adjusted here, f
Eor particulars, apy to
ATKIXSOX WILL. COMMENCE A
new erie short:y. Th? course will embrace
The 13th, nth and 15th Centarlrs.
For particulars apply to Mrs. TV. Allen or to Mrs, Atkinson.
JOHN HARVEY & CO."
COMMSSSIOX MERCHANTS and WOOL,
Reference Back of Montreal.
jxl7 80 Cah advances on Consij-nmenU.
IN' ACCORDAXCE WITH AN ORDER OF
the Hon. I has. C. Harris. Chif Jutioe of the Supreme
Court, made on the 29di cf December last, authorixic the
undersigned to sell certain rral estate, the property of Lonu,
i ii ana nir.ouni. minor, cn.iaren of llso .me. drtnwl.
inrre win i eota at puri.ie aur'.ion on PA 11 KU.I1, Janu
ary 2ith. 1S?0. at 12 o'clock M, at the office of CaatieAt
listen, that fine tract of laud, on JuvlJ street, in Honolulu,
containing l-io acres, uescnrjeu in K ival Patent No. 2T6T.
The above premises have a froutace on JuJJ street, and will
mate oesiraoie noiiuuia lota.
MARY NAUNB STEVENS,
Gaardian of said Minors.
January 10th, 1SSX j10 2t
OR SALE til
H. HACKFELD & CO.
riMIE AXCAL MEETING OP THE HAIKU
M s?L"G AR CO., will be boldeo at the Office of the Agents,
Jiessrs. Castle & Cocke, on the 2Uih inst . at 2 p. m.
jal0 2t J. B. ATHEKTON, Sec'y.
fTMl E III) till) OF INSPECTORS OF ELEC-
JL TIO. of Koolaupoko, Oabu, will sit at the Court House
at Kaueohe, to her applications of Ihose whose names do not
apear in the list of qualified Toters, at 10 o'clock, on the 16lh
and 2J.i of January, ISM).
jaiu '.'t- J. 11. KAC Ll hOL , ITesldeDt of Board.
ri'UE AXXCAI, MEETING OF THE HA-
1 WAUAN AUaiCL'LTL'ilAL COMP4NV. will K
neiu on lUursdHT, January 2Vih, 1SS0, at 10
Oifice of O. Brewer at Co., Honolulu.
m., at the
1 C. JONES, Jr., Acting Sec'y.
""'u "i oe continued under me style of Uoodman 4co.
JAMES hi. COOK,
, , K G GOODMAN,
Ja3i GEO. L. BARNES.
II. lll.XLOX WOULD MOST RES
pectiuily inform the Public that he haa liken the Rlurk.
smith Shop of the late Dan. Uougluuiling, on the Bay Horse
premises, on Hotel street, where lie will gire his usual satis-
lacuun in iiuiisr.-fcuui.liNU, and attendance on SICK
, j-s gin
milAT DESIRABLE HOUSE AND PRE-
M. MiStS So. 150 Nuuanu Avenue, at present occupied by
Sirs. Sharratt. Possession Feb. 1st. AddIv in
J. H. WOOD.
'lilt: BRlCh-STORE AND PREMISES
A on Queen street, belonging to Dr. R. W. Wnnrf ..ro
sent occupied by the undersigned
For terms apply to
Ii. HACK.r i.LD fc Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rflMIE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
JL erect a number of Cottages, with carden land attached
a short distance from town in Nuuanu Valley, corner of
ccnooi Btreei, opposite Air. uenry vvaterbouse, also, on School
street, &i wr as opposite nev. r. c jiisiiop g. , . -. .
The rentals will be about Twentv-flve Dollars ner month.
Tenants will have the right cf purchase by payment in irstall-
menis ror tnree or nve years, with a deposite or Twenty-five
per cent , should any be sold.
Those requiring homes can secure the same by an early ap-
piii-nuuu io ine unaersignea, ana ii not too late, can have
uuituiiigs ui kuiv me luteuum occopams.
jaatr JOHN THUS. WATERHOUSE.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HER ET$r GIVEN THAT PUR-
X w SLAM to a power or sale contained in a certain Real
Estate mortgage dated the 26lh April, A. D. 1879. and record
ed in Ihe Hawaiian Registry of Deeds, in Liher 59. paces 438.
4j ana mane oy laha iwi and HAU LA (k). in favor of
iii.itx nuA, auu uj me nam cuung v aa assigned to j .
HYM AN, by deed dated the 3d Januarv. A. D. 18fcO and re
corded in Liber 69, page 439, and for a breach of the condition
ol the said mortgage, the lands with all easements, improve
ments auu appurtenances ueionging toereto, conveyed by the
said mortgage, will, after three weeks from this date, be adver
tised and sold at public auction. The property referred to is
Buuateu uu on cireei, iionoiuiu, next lie low air. Couisbou's
piace. I4in januart-, ioso. j. HYM AN.
S. B. DOLE, Atlorney. jan17 3t
GREAT IlElllTTil). l PRICES
WE NOW OFFER THE
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Beds
. nr TTT1 ftTwm 1-1 f
At 6Cl irXixC CENT. DeiOW former prices.
In accordance with advices from the Manufacturer, who has
ir uiaaing inese iieas at a much lower cost than
lormeriy, we oner them to the public at the low price of
Twelve IoII:ii-, Cash.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Agents.
CONCH E E & AHUNC,
FORT STREET. ABOVE KING,
NEW GOODS OF VARIOUS DESCRIPTION
CHINESE & JAPANESE WARE !
LATEST STYLE OF
European Novelties in Jewelry !
iine Sets ol' Tiger Claws.
f-JlLIC IIA.1V DICKllCIHErS.
(Hemstitched). All Colors & Qualities.
Finn Amorluirnl of
JAPANESE LACQUERED WARE
1J30 Days from Glasgow
G. W. MAOFAELANE & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Of the Fine Clipper Lark
Jnst Arrived from (.lasjrow, ConsUtlns of ft
Foil Line of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
Paints and Oils,
Bar and Sheet Iron,
IRON-WARE, CEMENT, GOALS!
Ales. Wines, and Liquors,
of Best Drand3. Also, on Hand, ex I.ate Arrivals,
A FULL ASSORTED STOCK
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
OFFERED 0 VERY LIBERAL TE1UIS.
N. B. Evervthinir was purchase.! at the Lowest Point
reached during the recent depression of prices in Ureal Britain,
the benefit of which our customers will receive, as we charge
no advance on our firmer prices. jalO 4t
1879-COLTJMBIA RIVER SALMON.
EX J. A. F.ILKIMilRUi IN I A K. K K IS
and half barrels; and a splendid quality of the Spring
Catch, 1S79. (so-J7) For Sale by
UOLLEg & CO.
FOR J. T. WATEEHOUSB,
AND FOR SALE BY MY SONS, J. T. & H. WATERHOUSE,
At My Stores. Consisting of
A VERY VIM ASSOUTJIT (W STAPLE GOODS
Secured in the months of June and Julv. during an unprecedented depression of business in
England, and purchased at the VERY LOW EST POINT, since which duplicates of some of them
have advanced from 25 to 50 per cent. There (ioods are not purchased to keep in Stock to look at,
but to go into consumption as early as they can be sold, so that HON A FIDE " purchasers will
have a good opportunity ta purchase advantaeoontdy.
The Cream is always on the top of the Milk, when not heavily watered, which we do not pro
fees to do. Mv Motto in Business, lor upwards of 46 ve-ars. bruins commenced on my own account
in America in "1833, A Nimble Nine Pence Before a Slow Shilling." All my sons succeed nte in
this respect. The Ciirio Contests of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE. GROCERIES.
With a Great Variety or Other (ioods, but have kept out of fkates and coppcr-warniing pans,
eo that an experience of upwards of 28 years as a Merchant here, is suggestive that my selection
ought to be good; and 1 flatter myself I bavo done it better tine time than before, making the best
of my experience. Amongst the numeration of (ioods can be found.
PEINTS, LUSTEES, CLOTHINGr
With Good Monkey Jackets, Ladies' and Men's
A GREAT VARIETY OF
Blankets. Plantation Hals, superior Saddlery and Kujs,
Superior Bits, gugar and Hice Bags, Burlaps,
Paris and Coiiimaadery Shawls, very various, Hessians,
Large Sacks for Coal, Wheat Bags, Seaming Twine,
Prints, jSluslins, Clothing, IMonlcey Jackets,
A GREAT VARIETY OF DRESS GODS
Woolen and every other kind of Ehirts, including some specially imported for f-hip Carpenters, ai I hey have a heavy strain mi
their Shirts, a great variety. of yuilts. Stationery,
J-Somotlilntc HAltI TO ItXAI. you must Ilnd It out.
Blue, Red and White Flannels, Jim Cracks, &c, Slc, Ac. j
Sheet Lead, Corrugated Iron, 21 gauge, also, plain Corrugated Iron, genuine Portland Cement, the genuine Vtoworidge Firs
Bricks No 1 quality. Hoop Iron, Galvanized Spikes, Horse and Mule thjes aa well aa nails to suit, 8p.de. and hhovrls, new
kind of Patent Tinware, the first ever Imported here; Saddles and Bridles, new patterns and something komI, both Usui's and
Ladies'; Agricultural Tools of the American pattern with best English steel, Charcoal Irons. Hinges, Rat Traps, Screws, Tools.
' A NEW KIND OF STRONG OIL CLOTH, CHOICE PATTERNS; )
Carpets, Rugs, Feather Pillows, a nice assortment of Brass and
Ware, Tea Kettles, Galvanized Buckets and Tuba, Fencing Wire annealed, of 3 sues; Hubbuch's hila Zinc and best White
Lead, with Dry Sailers Goods. 4
A Full Line of Crockery and Glassware! f y
SxA.ltw1olo fox Tlieso Islnudm.
- Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives. Steels, Saws, hand, ripping and meat; Pruning Knives. Steel Pens. Carving Knives
and Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Coffee Pots, Hoes, Oo's and
Anchors, from 1500 lbs. to 100 lbs.;
Chain Cables, from 1 1-2 inch to 1-2 inch;
Topsail Sheet Chains, various sizes. '
All the above have been tested and the Certificate, free of charge, supplied with them, nnd sold
at three cents per pound less than they have recently
ihe above will be eutncient to give a bird u eye
and Country respectfully solicited.
A NEW DEPARTURE !
0 AiI AFTER JANIf A KY 1st, 1S80.
Our Terms "Will Tdg Casla on Delivery,
VWg Shall lYIalse a. Liberal Discount !
DILiLIjSr&I-I A.M & Co.
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
rail II-: UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS for ihe
IMOX FIRE A.l MARI: IWRAaCE (OMP'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to accept Fire Risks on Su
gar Crops in Ihe field. For particulars, apply to
W W. U. IRWIN & IJU
(16 3m Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
General illereliaiicli.se 2
Offers to the public, the best assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries & Hardware
To be found in Ilamakua, at very lowest rates.
Do not mistake the place,
W. DART'S NEW STORE.
Endless Wire Itopcwsiy
rilllK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
I pointed sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands for A. 8
Hullulie s Iron and steel Wire Rope of every description
Patent Endless Wire Ropeway for transportation of Ores.
Merchandise, buitar, Sugar Cane, sic. e have also been ap
pointed s le Agents for the California Wir Works Co.
We have just received for distribution a few copies of the
" Mechanical Miner's Guide, Transportation of Ore and other
material by means of ihe Endless Traveling Wire Rnie, llalli-
die s l'atent landless Wire Kopeway, with suggestions as to us
We would respectfully suggest to our Planters and their
Agents that Hallidie s Wire Hope Tramway is just what they
want for the transportation of Cane, and also for carrying
Sugar to the landing, and transporting supplies from the land
ing to the Mill.
n22tf DILLINGHAM &v CO.
. F. J. O'BRIEN,
PLUMBER AND GAS FITTER.
Ship work and Jobbing promptly attended
and aatif action guaranteed.
try Orders should be left at Shop, Merchant St. near Fort.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
OTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN THAT the
1 undersigned has been appointed administrator of the
estate of 3. L. LEWIS of Honolulu, deceased, and all perrons
are hereby notified to present their claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise at the place of
business of S. Magnin on Fort Street, in Honolulu, within eix
months from Ihe date hereof, or they will le forever barred.
and all people indebted to the said Bt&te are hereby notified to
make immediate payment thereof. RACHEL LEWIS.
Administratrix ol the estate of S. L. Lewis.
Dated at Honolulu. Jan. 3d, 18S0. j,i3 3t
Notice to Creditors.
TOTICE IS II E R E It V GIVF.V XII T .h.
undersigned has been appointed Executor of the last
will and testament ol Akong of Honolulu, deceased, and all
persons are truly notified to present claims duly authenticated
whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, at his office on
Kaahoroana Street, in Honolulu, within six monthx fr.iin ihe
date hereof or they will be forever barred, and all neonle in .
debted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate
payment tnereol. ALrX. J. C A RT Will OUT,
hxecutor of the Last Will and Testament of Akona. deceased
Dated at Honolulu. April 22, 1S79. apiB
LL PKRSOVS. IVDP.ItTPII Tn Tin-
Wi STORE on Nounnu street, known as the Will I I-'
HOCSK, lately under the management of SI. I.. I.KWIS
will please make immediate payment at the Office of M.
Phillips & Co., No. 11 Kanhumanu St.
All accounts not paid within Thirtv Dava. will Ik- nhm.1
in the hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous measures
iu cuueci me same.
127 If M. PHILLIPS & Co.. 11 Kaahnmanu Si.
PURCHASED AND MADE TO ORDER
Socks, Stockings. Undershirts. Drawers, Umbrellas,
NEW DRESS MATERIAL !
Wrapping twine. Fish Line and Ilooks, Sundry Toys,
Single and lloulile Itarrel Ouns, Dreech Loading Uuni,
Fine English Spurting I'oidi'r, Khiit, K ley's Caps,
Marbles. Ladies Glasses, Croquet riets, Cricket Chairs,
Iroa Bedsteads, single and double; Enamelled and other Hollow '
been landed from California.
view of the importation. Orders from Town -
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
Fori Si., Below Lewer. aV Illrkawn'a,
BEGS LEAVE TO GIVE NOTICE T HIS
Customers and Ihe public lo general, thai
He has Just Returned from San Francisco,
' Where lie J'eraonally Selected
A FIVE STOIK OF GOOIIS IX HIS LLB
NOW OPENED AND OFFERED FOR SALE,
At Prices to gult the Times.
The Inveiir Comprise a at Full Aaaorluiri.1
Ladies' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers,
Gents' Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers,
Youths and Boys Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and
In Children's Boots and Shoes.
IT All of Best Workmanship and Style Everything War
ranted to be what il ia represented to I. Orders from the
Other Islands carefully attended to. d20 3m
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
HE IT REMEMBERED. THAT ON THE
26th day of Nov. a. d. 1979, Thos. G. Thrum, of Hono
lulu, Island of Oanu, in accordance with Meet ion 3 of an Art
"To Encocrage Learning in thia Ki-gdom, by Securing the
Copies of Charts and Books to the Authors and Proprietor, of
such Copies," approved on the 31l day of I)ec. a. D. 1H64,
has deposited in this oflice the title of his Hook The Hawai
ian Almanac and Annual, a Hand-Hook of Information on.
Matters Kelatinir to the HaWMiian Island.. Oriiinxl and He-.
lected.of Value to Merchants. Planters. Tourists and Others.
carefully compiled by THUS. (1. Til HUM the rights of whirl
he claims as owner and proprietor.
n testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mr hand ami
caused Ihe Heal of the Interior Llspartment to be affixed aA
iionoiuiu mis otti iay or November, a. v. 17S.
(nigrieu) EAM'l, U. WILDER,
29 2m Minister of the Interior.
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
Department of Interior. Honolulu. Nov. 7th. 1879.
BEIT REMEMBERED. THAT ON THE
7th day of Nov. a. D. 1879. Georee Hiiw.it. of Honolulu.
Island of Oahu, in accordance with Section 3 of an Act " To.
Encourage Learning in this Kingdom, bv rk-eurinir the Conies
of Charts and Books to the Authors and Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on Ihe 31st day ot Dec. A. D. 164, li aa
lepositeu in mis omce tne title of bis Book The Haws
lan Hingdoin Sinlialicnl nnd loniinrrtlal
lircrisrr nnd Teurlula On Mr rnntainine names
f all the white and foreign residents except Chinese on all tha
slamls, alphabetically arranged, also Ihe houses ot all tha-
business men on all the Island, classified, a full and elaborate
description and History of all and each Island. Invaluable to.
Tourists and commercial men; the names of all the Plantation
and Ranches, distance from Honolulu and distance from
county or chief Town, name of Road, Ac. The whole publlt-b-ed
and compiled by UEQIiUK BOWSER. The rights of
vtiui'ii ne claims ns owner anu, proprietor.
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto aet my hand ami
caused the Seal of the Inte.ior Department to be atnxed at
iionoiuiu tins itnaay oi November, a. o. 1879.
(Signed; SAM I. Q. W ILDER,
derC Sm . Minister of the Interior.
i i 0
H. HACFELD tr Co. Agents,