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Bciuim for Ui wetk. put baa remained In statu oao,
the bad weather tending to continue the dullness notice
able daring the prrvkroa weeks, and as we write, the
weather la Ull In n on set I led condition, reducing the
prospects of many Urge arrivals of snar to load waiting
freighters. A large numter of the mill had started in
to grind. bt several hare been obliged to shut down on
account of the bad weather. The mills now at work, in
clude Hutchinson's, HlUa, Hakalau, Paaubao, lialawa on
Hawaii i Sana. Pioneer, and YVaihee on Hani Eoloa.
LI hue, Honamaola. Makee, Kealia. on Kaoai ; and Heels,
Waiaaae and Waimanalo, on Osbu. The Star and Com
mmretJ. Mllla. will be in o Deration by the end of th
month, and the prospects are bright for a revival in
basis, both local and general. The arrival of the
TJrris Iradale. 114 davs from Liverpool, will enable her
agents to supply the market to a certain extent with
desirable goods, and demolish the corner in corrugated
iron, of which article there wse a decided scarcity. Hay
is also an article much sought after, and the various kinds
of irrain are at Dresent writing, sesree. Flour is very
plentiful, and prices have a downward tendency.
rvr. ittnU nrodncta. reDorts from abroad, seem to
fo the idea of an Increase in sugar. New York advices
noting an advance of Jj-cent, and the market firm. Kice
baa sufficient home demand to keep the price of that
llnn.inJ there is no resent reaiton to
expect other than an advance in current rates.
W L Wilcox. Esq., will sell, by virtue of an order
iaanad bv tbe Host C C Harris, at Allilani Hsle. at 12
w-irwk tin the 22nd inst. mil the right, title, and ill
-a In about 227 arrea of land, situated at VYaialua.
Oaho. and sulUble for kalo or cane raising or for grazin
purposes. There W1U also ne a aaie on me
the lands belonging to the Kanaina esUte, situated on
Mail and Hawaii.
Th. in. nf thi imnnrtu for the week pest amount to
about ITuvOUO, and th exports here to $12310.8'J. The P M
ar w fit- vr hinfT. la tine irom u ouuiu. uu iu
Inst, and she may arrive a litUe ahead of time
correspondents should take notice.
The Ealakaua is at the Fish Market wharf at present,
but will haul alongside the Old Custom House wharf on
the 17th last to load.
The LUsie Iredale arrived on the Hth inst., 15t days
from Liverpool, and is now alongside the Espalauadc,
dlarharglng. .... . .
Tha barks Lady Lanipson and Eureka were towed to
Month morning of the 11th Inst., and the westerly
Wind Wl 3 asaiat thaw toward the Coaat.
The brl i I tipreckels will probably sail bdsy for
the Coast with a full cargo.
The W U ileyers is st Brewer s wbsrf. dlsrharRlnK.
She will be iuaded with despatch, and aails about the
"xle'ahooner Bsrah Ann which brought th lS-ton
cargo of sand from sau iMrgo, has discharged her cargo,
and is now lying at the Fish Market wharf, ready to sell
or sail. ,, . . ,
Tha H ermine la In tha stream, and sails to-day for
Hong Kong, she carries a small rsrxo of salt.
The schooners Eva. and Casei Hayward. sailed In bal
last for 11 am bolt on the Hth Inst.
Tha bark John How land sailed for the Artie on the
10th Inst. , .
Considerable Interest la attached te the arrival out of
tha barks Eureka and Lady Lampaon ; Nordberg assert
ting that his cargo will be disrhsrged before the Lamp
aun arrives and Maraton eqnally aa positive that his is
the cargo that will bs first discharged.
What was the reason that the Captains of Hawaiian
vessels did not half-mast their colors on afternoon of the
9th Inst T
PORT Or HOUOXiUXsU. H. I.
T Schr Vivid, from t anning's Island
10 Bktne Discovery, Penhsilow, days from S F
13 rteh Koiasana from Kohala
13 Pea Uea Ciffel irom Waialaa
13 Waiolt from Paaohaa
l-Oer stmr Wulnta
1 hear W H Meyer, Howe. days from San Fseo
14 Bktna Llxsi Indale. Messop. 1.V4 dyf Liverpool
14 tttms Lehua from Maui and M4okai
11 Mokolii from Koolaa
16 Stmr Kllaaea Boa from Kahuilal
la C K Bishop, from Eauai
li Jamas Make from Kaoai
U tai Lehoa. tie Maul and Molokal
11 Am bktn Eureka. J'ordbnr. for San Francisco
11 Brit bk Lady Lam peon, Martuu, for 8 Francisco
1J Sir James Makee for Kauai.
1J ricbr Bva for fuert Oound
1J Bchr KaoikeaoaU for Uoookaa
11 Maaoaaaai for Uanamaula
liStmr Likelike for Circuit of Hawaii
14 Utr C. R. Bishop, for Kauai.
13 8cmr Kilauea Uou for Kahalul
11 Sea Nettie Merrill, for Lahalns
li Stair Mokolii for Koolaa
11 8cDr WaiJeia for Malika
11 Schr Malolo for Hilo
11 frcar Waimala for Hapua
i ebr Laka for Honnipa
Vweavel) far LI frwsa Fareiga
Br bk Viola, Liverpool loading Aug 1
tier bk Kale, Bremen loading Aug
Or bk li F Hcniel. sailed from Bremen. Aug 21
Am Hceam Whaler Berridera
li iw bgtna Pomare. Tripp, South Sea Islands
Haw bk Atlanta. Holtx. Bremen
Chines stmr Meifoo. Cunningham. Hongkong, due
Am bk Lixxie Marshall, behler. Port BUkely. due
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bob Ooaora - -
Bchr Julia A Long. Oilley
Uer bk Uerrnlne. Lonngren
Bnr Htorm Bird. Tierney
K h Barah Ann. Johnson
Bark Lixxie Iredale.
Shr W H Meyer.
From Fanning'a Island, per Vivid,
tnolassee. 3 ra mdse, to T H Paries.
Jan 7-8 bbls
From San Francisco, per Discovery. Jan 10 Haw Tel
Co. 3 pktfs wire Bishop A Co. 20 bdls paper-, H ilscksy.
rolls leather ; Bollaa Co. C7 pkga crackers. 20 ca lard.
13 pkga raisins, 33 cs Dear. 3 tea ham and bacon. 10 cs
baron, n bbls salmon ; F T Lenehan A Co. 66 ra liquors;
8 Magnln. 3 pkga dry goods. 1 keg butterl; T U lsvlea.
174 bars, ai bndls Iron. 3 cs mdse. 3 pulleys; O W Mai-
far lac a A Co. 73 bbls cement, 100 bales hsy, 3 pkgs iron
ware Lewera A Dickson. 110 doors. 2J pkgs windows. 17
pkgs blinds. S ca hardware; 103 kgs nails. 2no m shngls;
Yv llder A Co. AO doors. Je pkgs windows. 3 hardware. 10
ca turpentine. 24 pkga paints and oils; Allen and Robin
son. luO doors. 31 pkgs blinds, ft bbls vases; C M Light
1 piano. 3 sewing machines; H Barrows. 9 pkgs d tables;
Phillips A Co, 1 stool. 8 ca furniture; 44 pkgs dry goods.
3 ca salmon and oysters; 76 sks com. 6-KI sks flour. 40
H-acks Sour. 44 pkga groceries; A McYVayne. 1 csa bo tin
ra drugs; E Hoffman, li ra drugs; A J Cartwrigbt. 2ft
cs beef. U kt a belllss; A W Bush. 2Ui pkgs groceries.
I3U h-ku Boor; casus X Cooke. Si pkgs iron. 37 pkgs
hardware. 10 ca powder, S rs wine. 1 ra dry goods; Brown
A Co. 131 pkgs liquors; Mrs Griffin. 3 cs f goods. 1 pkg
cloth; L O Mcresovick. 1S pkgs fruits and potatoes; Jas
Dodd. 61 aka grain. 100 balea bay; Laine A Co. 100 bales
hay. 3 acka grain; 3 pkgs wagons. 1 telephone; Board
of Adacailon. ica bo ka; J T Water house. 1 csa candy.
re vxxracu, i cs saauiery. iuu DO Is lime, i.ns aks grain
oo bales nay. 1 cs silk. 1 csa groceries; U May A Co. 167 1
pkgs groceries; U Uer if rid A Co. 100 cs bread. HjO bbls
our. juu Obla lime. 277i posts. 20 tons grain. 200 balea
hay. 12 tons potatoes. HO) ft pickets; C Berger. 4 tanks
napua; v: at. JO.UI, iu e-ka bran, il talaa bar; J Kott A
Co. ea fittings; H A Wlddeman. 40 bales hsy. t ska oats;
a. u nan as win, m ca plows. 74 page Hardware, 1 rse ex
tracte. 1 chair; Lain A Co. rO Vcka dour: W O Irwin A
Co. loo aks potatoes; Jno Aahley, 3 pkgs sheet and 1 pkg r
iron, cse (.a uware: uruer 1 csa dt. 1 cse glycerlna,
ft pkga mdse, 1 '.12 dot fowl; A W H har-lson A Co. 1
pkg; T U Thrum, 1 csa paper, 19 pkga liquors, etc..
rou ftaa Francisco, per w II Meyer. Jan 13 C
Brewer A Co. li arks potatoes, 4 tanks gasoline. 131 scks
baxJT-1 se glass, ti bales hay. luO pkga bread. &4 fowU;
" iwim v.o. a tanka gaaoltme; Hyman Bros
Psgs a gooue ana clothing. 9 ca shoes. 64 cs soap. 1 csa
farm tors; 1 csk slaret. 1 cm cigars! W Forstsr. ft pkgs
saddlery 1 Order. 33 scks grain. 10 scks potatoea. 2M pkgs
groceries, iat sees Boor, Hart Bros. 1.-9 pkgs groceries; E
w uaii boo, so cs Hardware. 69 bdls pipe. 411 pkgs
welgnta; Order 13 S-bble salmon, 24 ku salmon; C J
FUher. S pkga mdse; Orlmbanm Co, 1UO at ks corn; J
Nott A Co. 1 csa copper-, A W Pierce A Co. 30 scks feed.
bbls tar. 23 ca raisins; loo bsles hsy, ft cs nidee; T H
aviaa, 3 es clothing; P M Boa, lj bogs; G Bowley A Co.
n hoa, dos chlckans; UolUaUr A Co. 3 bala rL 1
csa actd, S mdsa and 1221 pkga groceries, etc, to Chinese
irom canton, per Quints, Jan 13 F A Schaefer A Co,
aw vmtrm. mau aw pajra luuae so cninea arms.
For Fanning'a I land, per Vivid. Jan 7341 Iba sugar. 1
tin cotTea.tu mate rlre. 99 cs bread. 13 es meat. 4 cs
clothing. For value 61711.43. Dom value 28.27.
,J'?.?aLT?acXlea' " Eureka. Jan 10-739.071 lb sugar,
i8 hides, 4&1 ikins, 12X0 lbs taUow. 62 bncha sugarcane
S dos bncha bananas. Dora value, $-44,&9fl 6d.
For Baa Francisco, par Lady Lamron, Jan 1099343
lbs sugar, 373,700 lba rice, 7123 galls molssses. Dom val.
a T7 .904.74.
Report of tha bark Lizzie Iredale. Capt Massop. Left
Liverpool. Aug 12th, and had nothing of importance hap.
pan till Kept lftth. On that date, crossed Equator in
long 21 W. wind light southerly, fine weather. Arrived
off Uape, Horn on the 22nd of November, and was 23 days
buSetted about before rounding it. Wind strong from
tha W high confused sea. From the Cape bad NE winda
and BE trades, and crossed Equator on the 24th Decern,
ber. Jan Mb. 181. sighted Hawaii, from thence to port,
g daya' psaaage. wind strong SW. Out 134 days. Tha
only caaoalty on tha voyage was the falling of a boy
from aloft and broke hia arm.
: ' w H Meyer. Capt E Hewe Left Ban Fran
eiseo, December 17th ; Irst day, wind from NE. and next
fir00 tTOm Jrr 1 ealm, than took a heavy aea,
' J 3 .w,?d" JiJ ealms to Ut 29 X, Ion 116 W,
and aarrlatt them to Hani, from thence to port, iH days.
Windward Porta, per Likelike. Jan 13 General
Fc f.r .Voore,air and Mrs Buruhsm. Mrs Arnold
at . Jrt-n. Moaa Pans, and 7 deck.
S i tuu.at. per El .ansa How, Jaa Is John D Bpreck
ala. -!.. i .d ramtJy, Mr Halstead, P C Jonea, Akanalului
sad nv i -trs. aad 7 dock.
For Fa. : J -.r Island, per Vivid. Jan Vth-2 naUves
; i9T aa Crs Mstsco. par Eureka. Jaa 11th W Mann
J--v 1j arrea v J children, Jno Dervy, H M Moore
Ftttj Fanuiac Island, per Vivid, Jan 7th 4 natives
( Fmui Sao Ftaajci pec Dlscervery, Jan loth Mra CH
Xifht mad Sehlidra . Mrs E 8 Fleming. L Touaslant E
. xr-'. O A Lcn. . l: Ml Uer. L U Oir. t M Km ton,' R
i 2ais-ae. O imnmy. t Burns. T Morris, Jno Fox. A
Fraaciso. F Doary, J A. Johaaon, Jaa Jdaaon, Joa Bimea,
.V Frjtn Sa Fnt-tco, p-r W H Meyer. Jan 12th E
L u b, O V bua. v a. C-een, Joa King. H Benedict, Juan
Brutal, Is Liuac. J White, A Iiodregtird, A Sylva, Y
AoataH F M.ni aoir-. .3 White. Jno Besleg, B X Hoe. (i
Bowie y. Jack r ar.Li- - .v.
Trsa.'- Canton, pes Qal&ta, Jaa 12th 516 Chinese.
Eo-. I.u "tin.iu.
m Jisaxry 9thto tha wife of
V - sir ar nrcullog JabPriwlias wsrU
at exrrrdiuxy ,mw rules. Otir lrsiu fncil
ilira rnabl Mai priwt I OO neat Visiting;
Curds for tI ,oO, former price. 2.30.
lOOO neat Uill Heads for o.OO. former
SO Posters far frosa 1,2. oO ta 3.00, feraaer
prices, 2.oO ta 9.00 ; and other jobs at
sa tVrda y. JAM VARY 15.
The tleparture of the King on
round the world, as now authorifluively
announced, will take place on or about the
17th Inst., per Steamer City of Sydney, that
touches here en route for San Francisco.
His Majesty proposes to travel incog, in
company with the Lord Chamberlain, and
Win. N. Armstrong, Esq., Commissioner
of Emigration. The route of travel of the
royal party now indicated, is to proceed
from San Francisco per Pacific Mail Steamer
to Hong Kong, ami perhaps to other points
in China : thence, to Singapore, and the
Strait Settlements : thence to Calcutta, and
across the Indian Peninsula to Bombay :
thence by way of the Suez Canal, and the
Mediterranean Sea to Europe ; and back
homeward by the way of the United States
of America. It is expected that the King
will be absent about eight months.
His Majesty the King In Cabinet Coun
cil having determined upon a travel abroad
around the world, has appointed Iler Royal
Highness the Princess Liliuokalani Domi-
nis, Regent of the Kingdom during the
absence of His Majesty.
This action of the King and Cabinet has
received the approval of the Privy Council.
We note with pleasure that during His
Majesty's absence from the Kingdom, the
reins of government are to be committed
to the Heiress Apparent, Princess Liliu-
okalaxi. rihis lady possesses so fully the
aloha alii of the people, and her sound
sense and judgment are so widely recognized
that we feel sure that in her hands, assisted
as they are by an able Ministry, the affairs
of this country will be administered during
the absence of the King, in a manner which
will secure the approbation of all sections
of His Majesty's subjects. This being so, we
are very glad that Her Royal Highness and
the government are not to be trammelled
In their action by the suggested "Council
of Regency." Our confidence in the wise
conduct of our aftairs as a nation is increased
by the recollection that a gentleman of so
much judgment and of such long experience
in Hawaiian affairs, is the Consort of ner
Royal Highness. .
As ni3 Majesty travels abroad avowedly
for the recuperation of health, and not in
any official capacity, but incog, the royal
traveler will not be under obligation to
carry out any definite programme of travel,
but on arrival at San Francisco, may go
East or West, as desire or convenience may
His Majesty's tleparture for a tour of
the world has been decided upon, prepara
tions are made, and friends and loyal sub
jects in various parts of the Kingdom have
tendered their farewell alohas and adieux
to their King; and we have contemplated
and discussed the journey as a patriotic
measure of His Majesty. Yet we venture
to express what we believe to be a general
feeling of apprehension, that the King's
departure at this time is premature, that
there are many unsettled matters now re
quiring the Royal presence here, and that a
little more delay and preparation would
ensure to the Sovereign a more appropriate
outfit of means, and guarantee a more suit
able reception abroad, than is possible
under the present hasty arrangements.
However, It only remains to wish His Maj
esty God-speed on his important journey.
A question arises in observant mindss
How can we harmonize free institutions
and a representative government, with a
mosaic of races trained In Asiatic absolut
ism ? Our chief hope, that we shall con
tinue to have peace and ensue it, is in the
ministry of the Christian religion, as we
feel assured that every church established
in this Kingdom, that recognizes Christ as
the Saviour of mankind, inculcates obe
dience to authority, as a religious dut: .
But the churches may not be able to leaven
or influence all the new elements of popula
tion, that may flow Into this Arcbipelego.
Therefore it may be, that before churches
and schools can prepare people that have
been subject only to force arid craft else
where, to take an intelligent position as
citizens of the country, force will be
required to preserve the order, which the
intelligence of the country has devised
And we must recognize, that whether our
institutions be more or less liberal, that
there must underlie our crovernment an
element of well understood force. If we
have the t In our present military and pblice
organization and administration, all is well.
But If the exMHitive right arm Is wtak,
irresolute, and negligent ; and is not ready
in any emergency to risk skin and bones,
to maintain the majesty of the law, then it
is not well : and it Is time for observant
men having at heart the welfare of this
Kingdom, to seek and devise a change that
will give to the country an assuring force.
lTiE uazetle, by quotations from some
English paper, the name of which it with
holds, endeavors to justify the style In
which, during the past twelve months, it
has seen fit to speak of the King. Had His
Majesty, at any time, given way to "ca
prices," such as those by which the Queen
of England has, from time to time, since
the death of Prince Albert, " Impeded the
business of the country," there might have
been some justification for criticism of a
manly and outspoken character. But when
differences of opinion arise between any
section of a community and its Sovereign
upon questions of grave Importance to the
State, it is not;" criticism " to accuse the
King of "caprice," or to assume and to
state, as the Oaxclte has been wont to do,
that he is flying in the face of " all the re
spectability and intelligence of the king
dom." Neither is it "criticism" to insinu
ate things that are not true, and then hold
up His Majesty to ridicule on the ground f
these baseless inventions. There is a wide
difference between such language as that
which the Gazette quotes, and the snarling,
contemptuous, and even, at times, libelous
paragraphs directed against the . King,
which might be culled from files of our
ST" - I 1
Owing to the attention that "Malaysia
as a recruiting field for labor," has recently
received in official and other quarters, and
in view of the paramount importance of
this region, as a source of recuperation for
Hawaii nei, we republish in our supplement
of today, a lecture on Malaysia, delivered
by the proprietor of this journal in Fort St.
Church in 1S61, and published in the Poly
nesian. It may be interesting to note that
all that could be urged in respect to the rich
and populous Malay Archipelago twenty
years ago, can be urged at this time, with
the assurance; that those vast and teeming
islands offer now a greater and better oppor
tunity to our struggling -littlKingdom for
increase beneficent intercourse than at
fcuine. Our success however, in the
great region indicated must depend upon a
judicious and persistent diplomacy,
strengthened by an intimate knowledge of
the country. The flying visit of a com
missioner, spending a few days at Singapore
and at other points in the Malay Archi
pelago, cannot accomplish much. The
Government has already made a slight
diplomatic venture of that kind, through
Mr. de Varigny, who communicated with
Dutch authorities at the Hague ; and
through Commissioner Ilillebrand who visi
ted Singapore and Batavia, without any
" The scheme of bringing labor from the
Islands of Malaysia has in it something
that is quite worth thinking about." These
remarks of our esteemed cotemporary, the
Gazette, which are uttered in 1SS1, aflbrd
great gratification to one, the proprietor of
this journal, who earnestly discussed, here
in Honolulu, this field for labor supply and
repopulation of Hawaii nei in 1S61. The
discussion was too early at that time. It
was repeated in 1S72 ; and an Immigration
Society grew out of a discussion upon the
availability of Malaysia and India as
sources for recuperation of this Kingdom
with new people. However, no official ac
tion was taken. But now we trust that
this great and populous region, of which
Hawaii is recognized as an ancient off
shoot, is to receive the earnest considera
tion of Hawaiian Statesmanship. The great
Malay Archipelago is unquestionably the
parent source of the iopulation of the Haw
aiian Archipelago. Therefore it is most
fitting that Hawaii should seek "renewed
sustenance at the source of its existence.
The Netherlands Government has been
invariably jealous 01 any interlerence or
intercourse with her dependencies in Ma
laysia. She forbids the Christian Mission
ary to set foot In the interior of her rich
and populous Island of Java; and we have
little reason to hope that she would abate
in our favor, her settled line of policy, not
to sanction the immigration of settlers in
her Malay dominions, or the emigration of
people from them. But her suzerainty does
not cover all the thirty and more millions
of Malaysia. And our hope of establishing
relations with any part of Malaj-sia must
be in the Government of the Empire of
India; and especially through the concur
rence of the British authorities of the Gov
ernment of the Straits Settlements.
In the appendix to an interesting work
about the Islands by the late Mrs. Judd, we
note this statement :
"His (Lunalilo's) Cabinet commenced
negotiations with the United States Minis
ter for a treaty of reciprocity with the United
States, offering towards compensation the
use of the "Pearl Lochs" of Eva, Oahu, for
a naval station Meanwhile a fac
tious opposition had been excited against
any alienation of Hawaiian territory, how
ever great the advantages that might be
gained,and the negotiations were dropped."
This statement made by Hon. A. F. Judd,
sou of the lady author, and at the time one
of the ministers of King Lunalilo, is not
conformable to the record of this Ministry,
of which he formed a part. In their "official
declaration" made July 7, 1S73, they state
that "an additional inducement (to obtain a
reciprocity treaty) may be wisely made by
a.cc8sion of the lagoon known as Pearl River
to the United States for a naval station."
And subsequently, on the 14th November,
1873, this ministry, through their colleague,
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, said to the
Minister Resident of the United States,
"Since the submission of that note, it has
L-ov'ome evident that the general feeling in
the .-:'ntry is so adverse to the measure,
ibatt-vu if the United States should ac-
qu. a tr-.tty on the basis of a cession of
i .rritory I rot be ratified by the next
Legislative Acst!i:My." Such a general
rpjoshlon of the uniion should not be
.ken of a. a lActkn-? position."
(Con.'.n . '
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the roli-v' 1 1
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t 'Lc .Uii.D.J.it.'H, argu-.J r e
. ! ; a- p :-4-ei u-t t ie flaint.t'g.,
Lt". A.O. ii irtn -.I
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':er argument, i
In the matter of
nice v, aio (k) tic-
ceasei. Appeal f rem
i-v. ucc.i:a of M. Justice
J i ii.
Mr. Davidson Ijt the
t.c acJ on Diction
ot y'f. iiatcb, j dgien: vtj
L. Q. Sresovicli Co ra M. McTuri,y. a th's
Jurj case, Mr. l'rcr;ou, for (he aJ-,r.!t
moved tv.at ths p'siint.'uS fce cr'ered o rrr;aj rv
farther biU.Qt particular j; bolc was atud.t i to ?e
petition, And be Lad atki ;or cue, an J it; -t ; y
some account bad been filed. v Jcl naa. !. Jul:... i.
merely a series of estimates auti i:ei ; j ity ttfore
a jury. air. listen, lor ue pUi.:t:2i, tau-il. 'U
that the particulars furnished' weie fu!l aj tV.-y
coahi make them. Mr. Preston tlrn a-keJ for
further time as the bill bad only been &K! the pre
vious day. The Court ordered the case to I? pu. at
the foot fif the docket.
S. Hoffndag & Co. ts W. F. Allen, Collector Gen
eral. This replevin case which was set down for
trial before a foreign jury, bad been settled, and on
motion of Mr. Cecil Brown, as counsel for the plain
tiffs, the Court ordered that the judgment be entered
for the plaintiffs subject to the defendants official
lien for customs daties.
Tbe King ts Koo. In this matter, Mr. Davidson
moved for a new trial, and put in affidavits io sup
port. Mr. W. O. Smith, Deputy Attorney General,
appeared for tbe Crown aud argued that the affi
davits filed showed no newly discovered evidence,
and were merely cumulative. The Court decided to
bear the evidence relied on by Koo'a counsel.and the
latter called Kooliliamanu (k) and Keka (k). Tbe
Court reserved its decion. This is the Ewa perjury
ease, tried last week, in which after delibetating
nearly three hours, the jury returned a verdict of
guilty, from which three of their number dissented.
WidnesdaT, Jascakv urn. tonnra vs Uowsett.
Mr. A. S. Hartwell, as counsel for tbe plaintiff moved
that default be entered. The certucate of the elerk
beine presented, tbe motion ws granted and
judgment entered accordingly.
CRTXIXAt CASES. FOBEICX JCBT.
The Kinz E- C. Winston. Importing opium.
This was an appeal from tbe decision of the Police
Justice. The following jury was impanelled : W.
Wilder, Mr. Mclnerny, l. Mclnerny, E. W. nolds-
worth, U. Hoegemann, W. W. Hall, . Wunderburg,
S. Nott. G. J. Ennes, A. Campbell, T. Lisbmen and
II. May. Tbe evidence given t the Police Court
was repeated, and several witnesses were called for
the defense. Mr. E. Preston t-ppeared for the Crown
and Mr. J M. Davidson for the defense. Some
doubt was thrown on the most material part of tbe
evidence by a conflict of dates. The jury after a
short retirement. Wrought in a verdict of not guilty
three jurora dissenting.
CIVIL CASES. FOREIGN JCET.
C. C. Coleman ts E. B. Thomas and A. Mc Wayne
garnishee. Assumpsit. Mr. ' Hatch appeared for
the plaintiff and Mr. Davidson for the defendants.
The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff for
L. Ahlo vs La Pong et al. Mr. Hatch as counsel
for the plaintiff asked leave to amend the petition by
calling: the case an action for trespass instead of
on the case." Tbe Court declined to grant the re
quest, considering that the title of a cause to be im
portant. Tbcbsbat, JaxcAET 18th. L Ahlo vs La Pong
et al. Action on the case. Mr. J. M. Davidson,
counsel for the defendants, drew tbe attention of the
Conrt to the fact that two of the parties to the suit
had not been served, they being in China.- Mr.
Hatch for the plaintiff elected to proceed against the
defendants here. It was admitted by the defendant's
counsel that the two pieces of land referred to, in tbe
petition belonged to the plaintiff; tbe point disputed
was as to partnership and liability for damages.
During the hearing of the case a smart argument
occured between counsel as to tbe admissibility of a
certain receipt for deeds as evidence in tbe case. The
Court ruled in favor of Mr. Hatch who wished to use
the document as rebutting evidence. Tbe jury re
turned a verdict to the effect that the defendants were
partners and assessed the damages at $558. " Mr.
Davidson excepted to the verdict as contiary to the
law and to the evidence.
Aliona vs Chung Peu. Action on the case. This
case was transferred to be heard at the Hilo Circuit
Court, sitting next Mcy.
E" The Tuni'ml of His Excellency Kahapula
Beckley, tbe late Governor of the Island or Kmiai
took place on uuduy last. The funeral was at
tended by tbe military companies and by the
Royal Hawaiian Band, and at the grave thret
volleys were fired. The deceased gentleman was
appointed Governor of Kauai as successor to Mr.
J;ha E. Bush, when the latter accepted the office
of AIini6ter of the Interior. Shortly aftcrwurds
li. was overtaken by the illness which proved
tutal to him. His Excellency was tbe son of the
late Mr. G. W. Beckley and the chiefesa Kahinu.
He was born on 26th Nov. 1845, at Waimea on
Hawaii, and was consequently only in bis thirty
sixth year. He married Miss Emma Metcalt. the
daughter of he late Mr. Thomas Metcalf. and
leaves a family of three daughters and one son.
Oh, Mrs. Fashionable, what a lovely Poplin Dress you
have, where did you get it J At the New Store of A. M
MELX1S. where you will find all the Latent Styles and
rauerns 01 uress uoous
ja2 104 Fort Street
If you want ny Real Valenclnnes Laces
them at A. M. M ELLIS', 101 Fort Street.
will ' find
TO BE OR NOT TO BE Is the question of the dav. If
you want TO BE in Style you inuot get one of the ileal
Maltese Lace Collars, at A. M ELLIS'. 104 Fort St. ja2
rjnilE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO IN-
JL form the public that he has purchased from Chung Uoy
all the right and title to the Watch Repairing and Jewelry Es
tablishment, located at No. 82, Nuuanu street, and that he is
dow prepared to repair Uiocfcs and Watches in a satisfactory
manner, and at reasonable ratea.
All bills due to ChuDg Hoy muat be paid to him and he
aione i responsioie lor dents ot tbe concern to this date
nalchet and Clocks which have been left with Chung Hoy to
repair, may be obtained on application to the new proprietor
LOU Uliir BAM.
Honolulu, January 15th, 1SS0. jal5
DR. KENNEDY. t
jllEMBER OFT1I E MEDIC A It COUNCIL,
I'-i. of Groat Britain. Office, corner of fort and Hotel St.
over i lanera store. jalo 2t
H. B. WHITEST. J. w. aoBKRTSOS.
WHITNEY & KOBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
Slalioncra, News Dealers, Publishers, aoil Book binders.
19 ana 21 merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I. jala ly
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED
I'll AT ChiDg Hin is the only authorized Business Asent
of luen Kee & Co., having the power to receipt bills, collect
monies or contract debts lor our firm. i UKN KEE s CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1881. jl5 4 1
LEASE OR ON SHARES.
'HIE UNDERSIGNED WILL GIVE THE
USBof on Shares, or will lease, about 20,000 acres of
land with 400 head of cattle, chiefly females, and from 10 to
20 mares for male raising. The land is partly fenced and
there U a dwelling house upon it. within one mile of an ex
cellent lauding. Apply to H.N. OREEN WELL,
jl5 Kona, Hawaii.
"B S HERKBT GIVEN THAT THE FIRM OF
JL C. W. Clark it boo, of Honolulu, baa this 10th day of
January, 1381, been mutually dissolved; and tbe business will
be carried on by CUAS. H. CLARK it O. 11. ROBERTSON,
unaer tbe nrm name or Clara to.
C. W. CLARK,
C. II. CLARK.
HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UN UER-
igued have this day formed a co-partnership in the Dray-
iog Business, under the firm came of Clark & Co.
O. II. ROBERTSON,
January 10th, 1881. (jalS 2t) C. H. CLARK.
CHAMBERS CIRCUIT JUDGE 2nd
udicial District, Hawaiian Islands.
In the Estate of J. B. HIRST of Haiku, Muni, deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of C. II. Alexander, execu
tor of the last will and testament of J. B. UIHsT of Haiku,
Maui, deceased, praying that his accounts be approved and he
discharged from further responsibility. It is ordered that
FRIDAY, the 25th, day of February 1881, at 9 a. m., at the
Court House in Makawao, be set as the time aud place for
bearing said petition and any objections that may be offered
thereto, and all persons interested in said estate are hereby
notified toattend. ABR. FORNANDKR,
Circuit Judge 2nd Judiciary District, II. I.
Lahaiua, Jan. 6, 1881. jl& St
CHAMBERS CIRCUIT JUDGE 2nd
Judicial Distirct, Hawaiian Islands.
In the Estate of GEORGE MILLER of Kahului. Maul, de
ceased. On reading and filing the petition of It. F. Wilber of
Makawao, praying that a document purporting to be the last
will and testament of OKOKQE MILLER ofKahului. Maui.
deceased, be admitted to probate, and letters testamentary be
issueu io liim n, r. miner as me executor named in aaid
will. It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, tbe 23rd of Februarv
1881, at 10 a. m., at the Court House in Wailuku be set as the
time and place for hearing said petition and any objections
that may be offered thereto, and all persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified to attend. ABR. F0RN AN DEK,
Circuit Judge 2nd Judiciary District, II. L
Lahaina, Jan. 0, 1881. . jl5 3t
IN CHAMBERS CIRCUIT
Judicial Distritt, Hawaiian Islands.
In the matter ol the HUI O HAMAKUAP0K0. Maui. On
-eadiDg and filing the petition of Jaa. M. Alexander. Joseph
K kahuna, C. 11. Deckey, and twenty-three others, owners of
o uudi of land la tha HUI O UAMAKUaPOKO, Maui,
l iug.hat commissioners be appointed to divide and set
b. i;: :o tvuhone of said shareholders his due and proper
.-ei:i iN: va:d "llui." It is ordered that FRIDAY, the
2. li oi r vUfu-i -rot, n4 iiuou, at me voun uaose la
lUttsso, be s.
, Jcl Moo. ,d an
as time and place for hearing the said
c .e .ions that may be offered thereto. And
.he jiii or.eff. ,J oi.'es are herewith subjoined, one
e;cial' notified r;l t-ie'l "'tend, and all others who may
i.ive a.t ir-srest if said h.ni!. Xha petitioners are: Jas. M.
slexi.ni . -r. J. h i Ki K (Guardian of Kelobaliilii;,
usl". M.ic. M.kt L Ho "on, Makaoi, Iokepa
Krsvhma, .. t rll:QlL- Xekl Pail, C. if Dickey, Haiku
cifcr v . rr jj. I', a' nder. Manage.-, Gee. H Beckwith, D.
Kfkna, K- hoi--i. Lang4. IfflalU, L. Ku.ti.htio, C. H.
Alex.::"". -r- L. fctoit. I. II. Kaohliuaunu, vh nakala.
Alider Bali wU, Kid, KaLiCia.
BR FOtS ANI'KR,
, . . - . 'cit Jndfee 2nd Judicial Liatrict.
V .:iaiOA, Jaa. j:3 4t
IT otic? of For;Iotire
T roriCN IS HEREBY GtYKX THAT IL'R-
sl int a pgwef tf sac rv .ne4ia t fferUiu viced
u..rr ,. -'id theft Jy ' Vr. IS,?, ma ; beteeu
r-Miiue. K....imoau, of t: i , ami A. J. Caftwrliit, of
i:.e oin r , and recoi !J ir I..', -r 4 i, kdioa 261 n.l 3b i, ii
tin s-foi- o( Reirt-a'- c' 1 vi: i it- fioeatahi. Tl. 4.
J. Car n'ht . u-nrts io ri.-t.a;-: ?h.J r.-wtg-jge, aid acr lie
ti: .e ':in::i: y la-v, w aa- t :1 mrnaged pr-- rty t'e
scr.be.: i:t s i. : n.i.rtaee a, to public auction for
a breach of Uib coodifoe wv 'alri-, ! ia tire e;X ioed. Thia
S operl is sit-jaea at liai.ot.t. ---.aor-iko. liUnJ of Oabu.
A. . tAi. V it i j h i-, rlortf agee.
i'.ICHARD F 5UCKER.T0N. At'ir. , v M tgagee.
Dated Uu:v Iclu. January 15th. li?l. 4 jalSit
BENEFIT OF THE LIBRARY
READING ROOM ASSOCIATION,
AT THX '
WEW MUSIC HALL !
FRIDAY EVEN'Gj UU. ZU
- - ' ; i ' j
Miss Ida Mihrig, J'
Mrs. Jh. Paty, S ' -: ... )
Mn C. 0. Berger,
Mr. J. B. Castle,
Prof. H. Berger,
j . Pro B. Owen,
and others represent l.g the Best , Talent among us. have kind
ly eoiaented to appei-. - ..-.. , , -.j .
O Admlssiua Uj Iress Circle, Balcony and Parauelte, $1;
Gallery, 60 ceou. R served Seats can be secured, without ex
tra charge, at A. Met ayue's, oo and aftr Wednesday, Jano
19th. , Fall psrtimlt of pmcraauna wiB be furnished la next.
Wednesday's paper. I u
a L,I ADVERT I M01 EMS NOT ORDERKD
la out of the columns ot the PACIFIC COMMERCIAL
ADVKRTISER before the cOih day of August, 1S80, accounts
of which hare been usually renJeied quarterly or yearly, are
payabletothe PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD
VERTISER CO. ONI. V". Bills lor tha amounts due
will shortly be rendered, and payments should be made to the
undersigned, ' . '
F. H. HAYSELDEN, Agent P. C A. Co.
. . a
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Paitnership.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THK
Co-Partnership between Mrs. L. F, Dickson, (for the
Estate of J. G. Dickson,) R. Lewers and C. M. Cooke, is thia
day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to the late
firm will be collecteJ, and all liabilities will be assumed by our
successors, Messrs. Lowers & Cooke.
LAURA F. DICKSON
. - . (For the Estate of J. O. Dick son j
C. M. COOKE.
Notice of Change of Co-Partnership.
AVIXG PURCHASED THE INTEREST
of the late J. u. Dickson, in the turn of Lewers 6c
Dickson, notice is hereby given that R. Lewers and C. M.
Cooke will continue the business of Dealers in Lumber and
BaHding Materials, under the firm name of Lewers 4r Coke...
C. M. COOKE.
Honolulu, Jan. 1st, 1SS1, Ja8 4t
AT AN ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF
. Chin i Fire Engine Co. So 5, held on the evening of
December BOth, 18S0, the f.illowin;.' tifljoors
srrv for the ensuing year:
were elected to
W. C. A KAN A Foreman
TIM QUON Firt Assistant Foreman
MANTIN second Assistant Foreman
jal '-t Secretary China Engine Co. No. 5
CERTIFV THAT T. U.
T. C. HOYT, both uf Honolulu, are
copartners in the firm of Murray & Hoyt. carrying on busi
ness ou King street, opposite the Station House, as Carnage Ma
kers and Oeaeral lilucksmiths and Horse Shoers.
jal 2t MURRAY & CO.
A COTTAGE CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS,
located within ten minutes walk of the I'ost Office. ta-S
bles, kilcheu and other out-housos on the grounds, and Gov
ernment water laid on A very desirable residence for a
small family. Address, DOM US. care Pacific Commercial Ad
vertiser. , d25 lin
FRESH CALIFORNIA FRUITS,
APPLES, POTATOES & ONIONS
BY EVERY STEAMER.
Corn. Beans and 'Wheat, Hams, Bacon and Shoulders,
Dried and Canned Fruits, Nuts and Raisins,
Sugared Figs, Barbary Dates.
In lots to suit the Trade & for Family use.
. ET All goods direct from Main House in San Francisco, so
call and examine and compare prices.
Fi-osla. 3.aitx-ajL Oysters,
BY EVERY STEAMER.
Orders received for Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Seeds, etc.
Grape Cuttings, and Olive Trees from our own Orchards and
Vineyards Main House, San Francisco, Cal.; Fruit Canning
Factory 4r Packing House for dried and preen fruits, fan Jose,
Cal. L. U. SRESOVICH & CO.,
j '8 ly 29 Queen street.
IIOLSE OF XI.NK lit I O.MS. Fl'UNISII-
KD, immediate possession. Apply at Advertiser Office.
. SITUATION WANTED.
ACOMWSTEKT . . OMAN WANT A
situation as Cook, or will gu tis House-keeper. Ad
dress, COOK, P. C- Advertiser OlHcc. janl5 2t
7 WANTED ' '
fllllRr K GOOD STOXK M ASOXS, Wsgrn,
1 $5perday. Apply to C. KaYANAGU. Builder, ou tbe
premises of Judge idem inn, Queeu itreet, near the Pacific
Mail Co, 's office. - Ja 8 tf
IIE CO-PA RTXKKSIIM HERETO FORK EX
istiD between J. S. Walker, S. Spalding SDd Wm. U.
Irwin, under the firm name of VV'.MG. IRWIN & Co.. is this
day dissolved by mutual convent.
All liabilities will be as
ly;Vr'm..O. Irwin, who
nuine in settlement of its
J. S. WALKKR,
Z 8.. SPALDING,
. t.M. G. IRWIN.
sumed and indebtedntss Collected
alone is authorized to sign the firm
Honolulu, II. I., July 1st, 1S30.
i. undersigned bss purchased the stock io trade, good
fixtures and credits of the stores of A liana, situated at Koloa
and iianapepe. Island of Kauai, ami will carry on the business
at said stores in his own nanus and asks a continuance of the
good will am! custom of the former patrons of Aliana.
Dated at Koloa, January 1st. li)5l.
jal lm ' APOI.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED I'llOPON.i l,s WILL UK Re.
- ceived up to Jamnry 17t!i. 1S5I, at th? residence of Kev.
M. Kuae.1, School Screet, fur the erection snd completion ol
the Church edifice ( f ICaumukapili. I'lans and specifications
may be had, together with llier inforniation. nn calling at the
olHce of Mr. C J. Wall, the Architect. No. 27 .Merchant St.
A band amounting to the sum of live thousand dollars to ac
company each bid, the Building Committee reserving the
right to reject any and all bids.
Honolulu, Dec. 31st, 1880, , M. KL'AE A,
jal td Building Committee.
Ladies' Strangers' Friend Society.
O Pit EftUEXT II AVE 1IEE.V THE
calls of late upon the funds of this Society, that the
Managers, at the sugesion of some of the prominent business
ineii ol' the community, make an appeal to-the public for
funds to meet the constant demands upon the treasury of the
Society. One gentleman proposes to give $lb annually, or $2
per month ; another, $12 annually, or $1 per month; and
others $0 annually, or 50 cts. per mouth. Thus encouraged,
a subscriptiou paper wil I be circulated, and it is hoped
a generous response will be friven. Funds may he
forwarded to Mrs. S. C. Damo:t, President. Mrs.
C. R". liishop, Viee Pjesident, or Mrs. tf. E. Iliahop, Treasurer.
A subscription piper will be left at the Kank. aod another
circulated '.': PKR ORDER.
Honolulu, December 15, 1SS0. jal 3t
ITALO CAMPAMNI Ti WKIIER.
Mt Xik A n friesd Wedeii : To-morrow I shall once more
bid you adieu for a short time, jioiii:; firt to England, thence
to Italy, where I shall have the pleasure of seeing the Concert
Grand purchased of you last Spring. This piano has given
such perfect satisfaction and attracted such universal
attention from the musical critics of all parts of Italy, that I
wish still more to surprise them by showing them the Weber
Upright, which has. On account tif itH preat ainninir nnulilv
and easy adaptation to the voice, become the mrcl ut tha
country, lt has been mv constant rnmimnliin hern anil
through tbe West the ' last two seasons, aud I cannot leave
without taking one with me. and therefore hei? von to rlpr-t
one for me and send it to Genoa, IUIy. Your frieod,
GEO. P. WELLS is the SOLE AOENT in the
Hawaiian Kingdom for the above mentioned Pianos.
Lately arrived, per bark Mohican, from New York ON R
GRAND WEBER, valued at $700
AND TO ARRU'B;
per City of New York, another SOL'AILK GlitNn wrreii
valued at $1,000. . , . ;
, . . WELL'S MUSIC STORE, -i ; : . ?
al8 N 03. 66 and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu.
NEW LAW OFFICE.
"ITr C. JON ES. (Arko) AtK.ruty nnl tonn-
M sellor at Law and General Land Ageut and Collector,
will practice In all Courts of the several Inlands in ih King
dom. Office first room over the atore of liiiiinuhnm ib r
Fort Street, Honolulu. oc9 "
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
ALL PERSONS A RE IIKIIKRV WARNED
from trespassinir uix.n the srounds lKlonninir to tho
Kealia Rice Plantation. Orders have been given to forcibly eject
any person or persons fuun i upon t!ie said erounds after 6
p. m. of any day and said orders will he enforced.
. ne.Jia, Island of Kauai. Oct. Gth, 18S0. - t '
wnvst' ' ' ' ' CD PLAN 'Sc.' CO.
jp1 o DFs. e: i
OX TliK INSTALLMENT PLAN,
THREE COTTAGES & LOTS
k Oa Lititnlilo Street. Oppoaiiv Mr. '
OZr Small Payments in Advance. , K;iiance to Suit Pur
Ciiusers. One Cottage already huiit by It. W. Grannis and
raady for occupancy. The others are now beioa bnilt. Kach
Cottage contains four nice room, hath room and detached
Wntor Imld On
IIARRY J. B. McCOOL.
o27 tf wis
TEo.rr-u re e
WILL BK; DKLlVKllf D IN ' i
ST. LOriSCOLLECK, ). Ti EECET1XI.I STKEET,
Tuesday, January 18, 1881,
At 8 o'clock p.
X., for the Benefit of the Institution, by-
- ' , .... i i -.
8ubject THK LIGIIT3 AND SHADOWS OF OUR TIMES !
. - 'TICKETS. SO CENTS. ,Jm '
'k ' ' "" ' ; NOTICE.
WTE Nil ALL COLLECT OUK BILLS MONTH-
LY after January 1st, 1481, not quarterly as
14 Merchant street.
Hawaiian Planters' Association
WK A RB RECICESTEI TO ST A TE that
in the Hon. Secretary's at.sence. M II. R11UD&S has
placed his services and office at I.V iliial (4 tbe Associa
tion, and baa consented to receive alt communications, and to
afford all such information as may be desired on "the part of
applicant. . -..,,
KA A II I'M AX LT
f 1 S
Assortment of Merchiuidiso, pooiaUy
Adapted for tliis IXjxrlcet, compriHing.
Ladies and Children's Dresses,
Ladies and Children's Hosiery,
Ladies and Children's Cuffs and Ctdiars,
Ladles and Children's Bilk Ties,
Ladies Kmbroidered Waists,
Ladies Hat Falls, silk;
' Ladles Real Malte-e Lace Collars,
Ladies Shetland Sim wis. -
Ladies Breakfast Shawls,
Ladies Kmbroidernl Cheiuisrtti's,
tSUka. Satins, Velvets,
Poplins. BrocMded Velvets,
Ke,l Irinh Linens,
Lawns, Delaines, and Moomirs,
V Jv T-j e o i
Table Linens and Napkina, White Damask,
Green and lied, Red and Black. Cold and Brown Kep lahle tvern,
' White and Brown 8, 9 and 10 1-4 Sheetings, White and Lrown Kii"-i;in lowcle.
Embroidered aud Checked Honey Combed Bedspread.
All thebe Articles have been selected with the greati-nt care by Airj-ntH in . w lork. Europe, t
San Francisco, and are now offered here lor sale at the l..it poKoihle margin above liit cost.
IF YOU WANT TO GET BARGAINS, IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRY ME FIRST,
BEFORE GOING ELSEWHERE.
j15 ALFRED M. MKL.L.IH. IO Fori Sirr i. Urewrr'a UlocU. II .U, (i
Furniture fllannf aetorj'
J. II. BUrXS, Jr., PB0PUIET0U,
No. 69 King Street !
Chairs. Kitclicn Safes.
AND ALL KINDS & STYLES
On Hand, or Made to Order.
First-Glass Work !
o 30 6m
The College of St. Louis
- JEJnssiness Academy,
HONOLULU.; OAHU, II. I.
'VllIS INallTUTlON, BEING RKMOTK FROM CITY
1 allureueots, i au acknowledged safeguard for morals
For salubrity of climate is unrivalled. Tbe buildings are
large and commodious while the grounds afford the pupils
opportunities of heallhlul and manly exercises.
Unremitting attention will be (iven to the Intellectual and
moral culture of the pupils. Non-Catholic pupils will be free
to attend the relig ous exercises or not, according as their
parents or guardians may desire.
Pupils are received at any time during the year.
No reduction will be made from regular charges, except for
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No leave of absence during the scholastic year, except at
the College vacations, or by special permisaiou.
Kach pupil must, on entering', obtain one suit of uniform i
which, with all other necessary clothing, C, will be furnished
at moderate cost by the College; but none of these will be
provided by the College unless by special arrangement.
Payments are to be made quarterly, and invariably in ad
vance. THE COl'KSE OF STt'DV
IS CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL.
'Latin, Greek, French, German, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular attention will be paid te the Knglish
language in all lis brancnes. Literature, mameraaiics. pure
and mixed. History. Geography, Chemistry, and Natura
Philosophy. Arc, dec.
Board. Lodging. Tuition, and Washing for Scholastic
Entrance Fee 10 00
Vacation at College - 40.00
Mimic Vocal and Instrumental DrawiDg. and Modern
Lancuazes. .................................... Ext ras
, DAV PUPILS
Senior Class . . . .
The Scholastic Year consists of two sesnimis. each comprising
a period of live months. Tbe First Session commences on the
20th of August. The Second on tbe 20th ef January.
For all and lurther particulars apply Io
K.EV W.J. LAKH IV. I're.ldeat.
No. 73 Beretania Street
Evening .School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The President has decided to Include this branch in the
Curriculum of the Colleire. ' .
Its obiect is to afford all classes of the community the
means of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transactions in daily use; and
also to give an Insight into the workings and applications of
toe different Uades, which Is so essential io these Islands.
TUB THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under the supervision of the President and Professors
of the College. T1IK PRACTICAL, and most important
branch will be specially attended to by representatives from
the various master-artisans among as, who have kindly and
generously promised their services to this useful and Valuable
enteruriae.. ' ' ' 1
They will alternately devote an hour each evening to tbe
task of Imparting this practical knowledge to the students
All the implements necessary to each trade, and to agri
en li ii re. will tie furnished br the College.. ' .-
Each Master-Artisan, while connected with the College,
will be entitled to name one rree-Life-BcboUrshlp to the
privileges of this Evening School Department.
TERMS i " U'
Each Student per Week SO Ceils.
The Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jal
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . H A M ER ,
; '-." . 80 .KI.NO STREET . .-.r .
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
ioxixoru. ana uuie Jxu.meB '
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Biding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
t And every necesaarr for atabte tsae at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
O" Kepairing of every description done In the best possible
manner, with the best materials, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
ST Look for the "Big Collar"
,PABTNEES HIP NOTICE.
All UN A' AND ALA M A' A RE PARTNERS
under the firm name of Chotur Wine Wal. essaavd in
raising rice at Wailua, Island of Eausi.
Eli LATI ARRIVALS,
Oenisaud Children's Tweed rult,
Gent, and Children's l.ineu Sunn,
Ofn and t'hildreti's Huts and Caps.
Gents and Children's White and Ci.lcuM Hi. In.
Gents aud Children's While A Color'd lloaiery
Gents and Cbildra's While Handkerchiefs I
. .. I I t I II L
tients oiorru mil liBiiuKvruriirii,
Gems Fine Merino Underwear,
Gents While luck Coats,
Gents White Pilk Coats,
l.aces. Laces, Lces,
White Beaded Silk Lace,
II kind I. ace.
Black Silk aud Gupuire La e,
Real German Thread Lace,
:v rv is 12 k lac i: n
Ilonsie fc Ship lainter.
AI.,1. WOUK KVTIll STI0I TO MK
Will be Done in a Satisfactory Manner.
IO OrdT IJox at I'irWi-rltiK's. corner King Is tort slrvrii
S a 5 K I S AVr KD.
Not Lost but Found !
OW N ICKS OP IIOIlsKS AKK UESI'tf T.
fully informed that I have discovrrrd a means to pit.
vent horses Irom interfering und I am prepared to py ofPT
the ahove reward fur each and every rase that I may fil M
if undertaken by me. An iiiterfiTitiu horse ts easily brutrs
ol the hahit when I take hiiu in hands, and a trisl by tin
owners of horses posxeising this lialiit at
No. 50 King St.. of Hoyt Practical and
Anatomical Horse Shoer,
Will convince the most skeptical. iti if
OTTO FRIED LANDER,
AOKNT FOR THE
Universal Copying Company
OK NAN FK lXCht'O.
WOULD INFORM 'I'll K IM' HI. IT THAT
he is now in this city soliciting orders for KMLtsQ.
IXQ PIlOToURAI'lId and all klndsol FAMILY PICTlikFJ
India Ink, Crayon, Pastel & Oil Painting,
in all style and sixes, and gauranteea Orat-class work
at the VKKY LOWKT RATKH.
OFFICE SO Hotel street, with A. KrR, Jeweller, all lai
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 73 King Htreet, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
A.ncl for Mnlo,
Giia biieem l wumi
OT All Kinds a4 Makers.
Mil SIMISITINC I'lUPOSF-S.
All Kindsof Machinist Work
AND KATl.KACTION (iUAH A NTKKD.
C7 Orders from the Oilier Nlamls
meet wdb PruUfS
XNJ "I -3 "W
BOARHIXG HOUSE L ilESTACII.UI,
nsxl Klnjr Ntre-t la.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors,
ON THE EliPBM PtAf!
21 Tickets Given for Amount of One
Flrst-CUss Board . - $3,00 Per Vtti
Scccnd-Clasg Board - . . 4,00 u
KT Tbe Tables will
always be supplied
L. V. HOPP,
NO. 7S KINO NTHKKT.
K'cw Lot of Gofflns
JUST RKCEIVKD PKR 1. A. PAI.KIMlEKO IS
Imitation of our Native Woods,
Which Will be offered
w - w
Funerals Promptly Attended to.
ty Please !
a eall and you will
be ooavitir-rd of '
D2I If ,
11, nnnanu Street, oppoalts McLoan Bros.
SrhTeT pVui-nT,1 Ur"",U"k
Dijr & Fancy Goods
G-ttlemen r Chlldrea's l ,e, EnKUh, I'rt.cli
Chinese Silts uf all Colors, Colored Sal I ii,
Ladle' and Centlemens' rnderwear. ,
A splendid line of Bocka and ftt.ki. b:ii, nii Cot
ton In all colors. Best Ualbricirana for rJadlea' Cl.iUlreo V
Uiaaea. " "
Klftbsn, UlBTf 8, Jewelry, Uat, Capi, ltti . Sbs-
SJr first Class Gonl in-. -t- (tinnk ana-
Unually being added to by every gleaner.
Grivo m o