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1 AC1FIC CO M M K It ChU ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 31, 1881.
M'.clmlli: ::i. i I. I
DEATH OF THE SCULPTOR 07 THE ,
STATUE OF KAUEIIAMEHA. j
We clip from llottoii i.air" th- fI!vit!' i
particular in relation to tl; urti-: Th'iiu- j
II. (ouliJ, recently K-'t-u--l: ,
TLotua II. LfouM, tLr Aui- ri'-iHi s t;!j : r.
tlinl on Saturday at hi- Loin in Kioj ! . at ti, '
t of Mity-thr- yai-t. H uu tliru in 1'-
ton. anJ in early M -n 'j in Ku-in--. ;
hro witL Li- LrL.tL.tr JoLn. u--.; a i.-:i.-i.t t
New Orleaa-t. Aft r tLe war L saw the oj por
tanity b L.wl l.ii: sought l-r -.iii iiLro.tJ t-
ntnily Mnlptnr. IIih f.iiuiir ari:f.iijjarii.--.l Lim.
mntl b Ixinszht a j.l-aiar.t Lini in i-'I -r-n--.
wbTe tLey h;i-.ai- liv-l. .Mr. i.ti! l i;:l
rlll hi.- first fi.'tirf in t li- hf nli -f Stl. CL--mx.
the fctily nu-i-r he -r L.il. In It.Jy L
workfcJ diUfntly hi IN I tn;wi y fir.- -.
among thrm '!; Writ V"ir.I. hi- h wn-. i
il for aeTeriU g-iIU'rir, l.'U .j.:itr:." "Tiimit
of Athene." "Ariii" i-n-1 "J-hu H.ir.. .,. k."
wbi.U win eihibitr l -:tt th Vnt nm.l r.i
ftitioa, mad now ui:.l.- in tin- t -a h ill a.t L -inxton.
Hi ntatu of "l.jv-rn-.r Aii.tr.-'.v. w hi- h
the (irau.I Array ? the j;.:Ui.- t-mr::i-.ioii J
him to iwulr. f"r m tion in th- Hitih.-wn I Vm.
U tJ i one of Li-. w .Il-knoii work-. Two of
LU M-ui j.tu.Iits. Thri-t" an-I S.it.m."
ill b renituU r'l m having oik f .rnn il it
rrt of th Hotu Athens am r..ll. rti-m : the
"Ghent in H iniM " 'Mfil l hi-t r tut.itin.
aiul ,,tru " aul " Llt-t tricky." two -fh,-;il
heiul, pUrrtl in the rxtilit-! of the. Hotoii
lltrtxld llail.un', have h. n rro.ioiiin-.- l itr-.nj:ly
typical of these two rent r iir;,'t Aruoti th.r
nanirroua rrtruit Lint-i x-cat.i l.y d.mM m.iy
L menf:'ne.I th.at of Luierwn, in the il.irv.irl
Library, WUIUm Maune. in th-r Cotiror.l Li
brary, John A. An.lrevr. t-lonin tothvi'Iow
of the fre:it t.t''Hiiiuii, arnt the ! ! r l;)?h. in
BtM-tb Tbeutr, Nw York. Th- 1. u- l w;tH
a brotbt r of the t.ite H;iirm l (louhl of thU city.
( TiHitti'l hit native country a frw lu-mtbH ni,
anJ wu at that tim in exc lU nt l: filth."
Taoxi.i K. Gocli.
(From m Strwion by J2v. C. .1. harlot.)
"How can I btttfi rlnw hit Ii.-M-r.nr thin
with an exuiiio'c, tb.it of Thoun-i I. ouM, the
nlptor, a tuittulxf-r of tbi Vit t hun 1 froiu bi-t
cbiMhraxl and tU-ar fri nj of that jointly urti-t,
Sctb Cb"ny, wLotii h but jn.-t foIlrw .l. j.
lnrf awuy in l'lort-nre nildnty la-t wk. I
(ak of Lit churin tt t; I t otL rn im-f r.n: r...
Unt cclrhrute bit work of art. II- wut to the
cvr a rrli'io it man. Wulkiti with tw on my
Lach yon.trr Iat nnuiuirr. b n.ii.l: I t ik no
iitcp to R-t to o.l I l-v;in with bun." Hit ni
hil piety enibracnl in our, bit Fatb r in h uv. n
and bit air-d tuotbr on earth. Hit ci'-rul parity
ww d iurkMd. No wniuan wot rvt r ur
for knowing tbi tuan. H corr'H't-.! tn.t. but
ctanrtod. Ilii faith, like ti-.in, m.i.1.- hi boly
lif. Tbat lift ba I lar' ly a ntruIe with
firtaot, anl ended aft-r a otorm. The nt--uni t
SWrjtbia, oo wbifb b ww a jn.Hrt--r. enronu
tered trri!lc wentber on tb way t. LiTrrjHM.I.
br abaft and in'I!;r trained almott to br.uk
lag a for three J.ijt and nihtt h? w thrown
betwixt tb crnt and bollow of the waves. He
bad binutWf faten'd oo tb-rk, lovtr of nature a
be waa, to admire the indoM-ribaLI luaLmiArrtn-t-of
tbn a-en ami it,'bt. at bin long propht t
board towMNl to antl-fro in th wind. He wrott?
bo cue that th spectacle would bave ! n a ih;
ligbt teo to on who wa. dying. Iid the ele
ment. Gotl'a m-ninU, rail hi m ? I)id a rbill
fruja th t miest atrike to the lu art of that tt.i.rit.
hiUbboiue, mtldy-cberk -d uan? II" ren h' d
Ert iiafe. He may. at I aom tiint t tbonht.
ive been weary a little f tb Toyage t.f t-xit-tenre,
aa of that otrr tbiM a. Unt b lng. il
for and aaw another barljor."
Tlae IomI notable work of thit distinguished
sculptor wa.1 the s-tatue of Kaniihanulitt
the Founder of the Hawaiian Kingdnn.
TIiIj fine atatue In bronze wa lot at fea on
board the German hark O. F. Haendd.
which was burnetl at oa and sank oil Tort
Stanley, Falkland Island-, Nov. l-",
Full Insurance was rccovercil; a replica
order! by the I-gblative CvinmitU-e hav
ing the matter in charge; and Mr. Could
wa engaged on this replica at the time of
hi death. In a letter Iatel Nov. G, Mr.
Gould writes: At Paris', found tlie cast of
His Majesty (Kamehamcha I.) a fresh and
handsome ca.tt In the hand.- of the founders,
and a promise from them to finish the work
In. May. I shall do my beid to have both
Mtatue and tablets ready in Unit month for
hlpment." A cable meM.-age wo.-; receive I
by J. V. Austin, 11., Agent of the Monu
ment Committee in Iloston, Ie. 1-t, as
follows: Mlironze now casting, changes
making according to Gibson's lat letter.
IUlIevl well advanced." Mar-hnll GouM,
the aonof the late artist is now in Paris
aperlntemling the flnifh of the statue so
that there will be no delay in the work,
notwithstanding the sad dernl-e of the emi
nent designer of the statue.
Thoma R. Gould, the artist, whom we
had the honor to know iiersonally, was a
gentleman of most genial and courteous
character, as well as an artist of high at
tainments. It Is rare to find such line and
noble character associated with s-uperior
g'JlM of geniu.j. We trust erelong to fee his
fine statue set op In our city. It will be an
Inspiration to I lawaiians. Nationality and
country will have a decider signi Ilea nee for
them, a they gaze upon the magnificent
figure of the hero of this race. And thus
thti genius of Gould will continue to in-pire
and teach la Hawaii nei in everlasting
Calendar for the Jaatury Term, 18S2.
Cnfr!L Casks Hwti Jcrt.
Bex Kuhiniana; appeal from th- li-tri. t
Conrt of Ewa. J. l:ratH ll f..r tb-fnidant.
R AU; appal from the Iitri-t l"urt f
Ko)lanpoko. W. L. Ib.t.A ibiki 1 r .1. f. tvlant.
Catxniii. Catr Puerto Jrur.
y Ab Hni; appeal from thf I'..Iu r Cuurt
llonotalu. A. . H.irtwell f r d. f. nd.mt.
Ri Ta W. II. GiUoa; hbrl. Th.- Attornry
fSaueral and A. !. Hartwrll for the pr.-ctiti..ii:
J. Iiat-Il and L. Irett.n fur d. f. nd.int.
T"i G. W. Fowler; rmWzl' i.u nt. S. U.
Do for defon.Lvnt."
KesvaAb Y'eong, A-am. Aiong and Akin:
appeal from tb District Curt of Kchtup. .k-.
againat a conTiction fur huu hreuking. A. S.
liartwell for defen.bvEts.
PX rA. D. Oitben; At.iult witbawtapon
ilanRerou t life. J. liassell f.r d. find.uit.
CirtL Caiks Hawauan -Icet.
Taaabi Barrows and John Unrrows s Kaili
alaala k; ejectmnt. C"atb arid Hatch for
H. M. the Queen IWiig-r Kn.iu i Xult leont
lani va Naweln; ej?ctm. nt. iVt-il r.rwn for
Liena k vs Mary K. I'ah.iil. et al.: ejt etnient.
A. H. Hartwtll for plaintiff; J. II. Davidson for
Mabo k t Poka and J. N. P.tikuli: appt-ul
fro ai the decision of Mr. 4u-.ti.-e M. 'ully, ir-
ting as Intermediary Judge, i;. F. Dit-k-rtu
for plaintiff; W. L. Holokabiki f..r .1. ft nd.ints.
Kaapono k and Kaiwihoona w bit wife vs
, Naobo k; ejectment. J. Knssell for plaintiff;
J. II. Davidson for defendant.
Kamoka w and Kaleo her hu-hund vs Kanpe
w; ejectment. Castle and Hatch for pluintiff.-:
A. S. Hartwtll for defendant.
Kalaeokekoi k vs D. Kabann k : ejeetmotit.
VT. lu Holokabiki for plaintiff, J. M. David.-u
Xawitf V rial, vs Kealiua k rt al. ; -jet-tin. nt.
Cnaaei b-r plaintiff, J. L. Kaulukou for de
fendant. Kapobaku jr and Pan w vs Koa k ; ejectment.
J. Iiusaell ftr plaintiff, Cecil Brown tor the
In the matter of the AVi'd of Keao. Ie.-le. l.
ceased ; appeal from th J. irdou of Chief Jus
ie J add. Bitting in Probate. J. I.. Kaulukou
and Xt. L. Ilolokahiki f.-r appellant, J. Ku-ell
M. T. Ht-u v- V.VI,,riU ; upreal from the Police I
C.;rr. H-.r.-lulii. !
i'tMi. I'n-r Mixed Jcet.
i w - Y n T:. f? al. ; ': troiit.
V. f. r j-;
...I il w-
;:Tid K;.: i
r b'1-.band vs Abuna
:.i- :.t. W. L. Ib.Io
S. Hartwtll f r the
. J. .
1". :. 1
II- r 11. A.:.
t Kmii K. tbkoiani v His F.xc-!-i-.f.
r of tu- Ir.t-rior ; as-.ui. psit.
v the M
i -r .! ! 1 mt.
f-.r plainti:!-, AV. N. Armstrong
i !. ir:.- I,
j !."!.t Ci- t ana Mat. n i r piiintitr.
11 II l-.r .l-!i.-Unts.
'I i. n.a-. 11. Fot r vs Lnuia!n.iii ; appeal
th- d- . i-i n ! "lit- f Ja.itic- Jud l, bitting at
Ii:t I.ary -hi i.e. S. 15. Dole for plaintiff,
J. L. KaiiiukoU for d'.Jct.-lalit uj pellant.
li. 11. KLai.aLui I. C. Ciuney. adiiiinis
trator of L. K. Cluuev. J.craseJ. G. 11. Kulaau
kai.e fcr j. lau.t.U'.
I'uari of I.i.i.aigratiij v Albert Kunuiakea ;
l.r ichofa l.J-or ciitriM t; af jal from Police
fi.uit. Ilonohiln. John I!u-s 11 for defendant.
Young Sin (Cb.) rn Kaji k and Iliwai : trcs-pa-t.
J. II. Davidson for piaintiff.
ClVII. CaCsES FotKIoN JciiY.
Henry I'. llacfarlaiie it a!., u-voi;iiee- of
Thomas Sp.-r.c.T vs Obeliab P. Spencer ; trover.
Ca-.tlf and Hatch f .r plaintiffs, A. S. Hartwell
for d frinl int.
Frank llrown (trading as Lrowu ic Co.) vs
Ak"i ; as-.mnp-.it. Cecil lirown for plaintiff.
Charles J. Suiu vs Gideon West ; malicious
itrrtit. Cattle and Hatch for plaintiff, S. IJ.
D'.le an.l J. M. Davidson for defendant.
L. IJ. Keir vs Hyrnan Uroth-rs ; damages.
S. P.. Dole and J. M. Daiilsn f.r plaintiff, A.
S. Hartwt ll for l..-f. ndants.
H. H kfeld A- Co. t Engt-ne IJ d tt al. ;
atttimpsit. S. li. Dob- f.r plaintiffs. P. F.
lii. kerton for defendants.
A. N. Tripp vs II. U. Hales. E. Preston for
plaintiff, A. H. Hartwell for tb-f.-ndant.
F. VTup-derbrirg vs H. J. Agnew ; assumpsit.
Castle and Hatch for plaintiff, J. M. Davidson
Wing Wo Tui i Co. v Lee Ioj-, Make.- Sugar
Company gartdnhee ; assnmpnit. S. IJ. Dole for
Julius ilagnin, by Simsou Magnin (bis next
friend) vs. E. Furgie. Assumpsit. J. M. David
son br plaintiff ; Jno Knsst-ll f.r defendant.
Harkfeld i Co.. vs. Lee Loy, Makee Sugar
Company pami-h- e. Assumpsit. S. 15. Dole for
ii n.-vi.-ve E. Tronss.-ati vs. (eorgt 1. Trous
h au. Action of d.-bt. A. S. Hartwtll for plain
tiff. The Haikn Sugar Company vs. Abraham For-nimd.-r
(as Tax ColIe ttr for Makawaa district).
A-.siimp.it. Caitle nd Hatch for plaintiff; W.
N. Arui-trong fr I f. nd.mt.
Samu. I T. Alexander tt al vs. A. Fornauder.
A-sumpsit. Castle and Hat b for plaintiff : W.
. Aruistrr.ng fur ! ft-ndaut.
Jans M. Alt xunder vs. A. Fornaud. r.
G. W. Macfarlan A Co.. vs. J. P. Mills.
sniupit. Cecil Prown f'r pbun tiffs.
F. T. Leiiehan A Co. vs. J. K. Mills,
htimpsit. Cecil I'.rown for plaintiff.
S. N. Cattle ami J. P. Atherton vs. G
Luce (as Tax Collector br tbo district of Honc
I ilu). AsHump-.it. Castle aud Hatch for
plaintiff: W. N. Armstroii' f.r defendant.
Louis W. Poyt-r vs. JohftH. Plock. Assump
sit. E. Prston for plaintiff ; J. M. Davidson
Cattle and Hatch vs. Joj Parras an.l Pisbop
A ('., garnishees. Assumpsit. Castle and Hatch
Jctr Waived Cask.
II. H. Parker va. M. lloso . Appeal by de
fendant from District Justice Koolaupoko. Cas
tle and Hatch for Plaintiff.
T. Spencer, Jr., (by bis uext friend) vs. W.
C. Parke. Exceptions to rulings of prusidicg
Judx't at DctoU-r term of Conrt. A. S. Hartwell
aud E. Preston for plaintiff ; Castle and Hatch
Bobert Briggs vs. J. P. Mills. Exceptions to
the rulings of the presi.ling Judge at the Oc
tober term. S. B. Dole for plaintiff ; II. F.
Bickt-rtoii for defendant.
Kapea w., aud F. Sorganfrie, her husband, vs.
D. Kauila. Exceptions to the ruling of the pre
siding Judge at the October term. Castle and
Hatch for plaintiffs ; J. M. Davidson for the ex
ceptions. Eugenia Briggs vs. Robert Briggs. Appeal
upon the facts of the case as the testimony has
Wen recorded. R. F. Bickerton for libellant.
M. Upnnui vs. G. Kauhi ft al. Appeal from
the decision of the Chancellor.
A. S. Hartwell for the plaintiff; J. W. Kalna for
Kauhi and Kaua ; . O. Smith for Kanehoalam
Rex vs. Akao, cb. Exceptions to the rulings
of Mr. Justice McCully at November term Third
Judicial Circuit. Cecil Brown for defendant.
F. Enos vs. Wa Sing. Appeal from the de
cision of the Commissioners of W ays and aters.
L. L. Kaulukou for plaintiff ; Castle and Hatch
for defendant appellant.
U ma vs. Mekekula. Exceptions to the find
ing of the Conrt as being contrary to the evi
donee. Holokabiki fur the Exceptions ; J. R.
Kaulukou for the Resixmdcnt.
F.H.k Gee vs. L. Ahlo and C Monting. Ex-
cettions to the ruling of Chief-Justice Judd on
motion fr new trial. John Russell for plaintiff;
CVstle and Hatch and A. S. Hartwell for appel
lants. In re the E-stato of I. Bare u aba, deceased
A p eal from the decision of Judge Lyman in
Antone lVdro vs. Chun Y'un Fan. Appeal
from the Intermediary Court. Cattle aud Hatch
for plaintiff ; A. S. Hartwell for defendant ap
N. Camplall vs. Mai.u. Exception to the ml-
imr t. f Mr. Ju-tice McCully at the Third Jadicial
( 'ircuit. C eil Brown and E. Trenton for plair-
tiff; A. S. Hartwell and A. biting for defend
Kahu w.. vs. Auaii. W. L. Holokabiki for li-
Hoopii w., vs. Keawekolobe k.
H. S. Swinton. Jr.. vs. Maria K. Swinbn. S
P.. D-le for litxllant.
Nitx.a k., vs. Maku ibine. W. I. Holokabiki
r bU llar.t
Rolert Von Orlhoffc n vs. Caroline Von Oel-
ff.-n. J. M. D. vidsoii for libt-Uant.
M ikaio k.. vs. Pabia. w. W. L. Holokabiki
r hlx llant.
J.s. pb 1. Kawainni vs. Iiattie Kawainui,
M. Davidson f.r hbellant.
Lydia Cbapmau vs. W. A. Chapman. J
David.soc for Id H.mt.
Hit Ex. Ch-n Tsan In the new Chinese Em
l asa lor accredited t the I nited Mates. I'. rn.
and Chile, arrived iu San Francisco on the b'th
inst. Ho is spoken of as a protego of the Vi.-e-
rov Li an 1 as belonging to what is known in
China as the progressive party.
The following passage in the late Sccretarv
Blaine's b tt. r of instructions to the l ite C S.
Minister to Chile, written under date June l-"th
and lately nude public has excited much adverse
couinunt m England and ev.-u in the States
In iiiit representation which von may make--.
you will say that the boj- of the L'nited State
is that negotiations for peace will l conduct1
aiul a final settlement It twet-n tbo two countries
bt- determined without citht r side invoking ' tht.
aid or int.-rvintion of any EurojHan Power. The
Government of the United States seeks oidy to
perform the office of a friend to all parties in
this unhappy conflict between South A'.nerican
Republics and will regret to 1. compelled to
consider how far that feeling might be affected,
and more active interposition forwed u'pon it. by
anv attempted complication of thi-. qutstion
with European policies." .The Sao Francisco
Chronicle ridicules this assumption of a right to
dictate to the Southern Republics end calls it an
insult to them because it conveys the idea that
they are looked upon as weaker powers who may
bo 'dictated to with impunity. Coupled also
with the utteiupted interference with the in
dependent action of Columbia in connection
with the Panama canal this dispatch is an ab
solute assumption by the United States of the
rights and duties of a protecting power in rela
tion to all states iu both the American continents,
an assumption which the State?! could not suc
cessfully uphold against any ' European naval
In compliance with a resolution of the Senate
President Arthur has transmitted to that lody
a copy of Blaine's letter to the( American Min
ister in London conveying the de-maud for the
abrogation of the Clayton Bulwcr treaty so far
us the Isthmus canal is concerted. The letter
is published in full in American papers of 10th
inst. It is long ami, argumentative aud claims
that a Power which has seized .and fortified
Ioints along the route from tbo mother country
t' be ll:.i-t' of t!.- .itl.il. It 1. il.g the-
from o;i- j ...rt of th-- t it.-s to antu.-r.
U t i a j
s u:i l Euro!'
:arant e of neutrality by the
l!i ; oa-. i-i short and to the
Imt. vi: "th.- ricbt to uwiit impl: i ho
ri;-l.t to ili-nt. " Tb- recent arpointmeiit of
riuht to u
Frelirj'h. -,-u--n i:i Blaine's ste. .land the guarded
t ne i I the Prt i l.-!:ti d message on this subject
are a.-c pt- 1 I v th- English press as a token
that the Prs: 1-t.t is n.t in entire a.-oord with
' Blair.f's Spr.-a 1-K i! i-ni. " The San Frtir:
cisco Chromcl' s.ivs on this subject : 'There
it nothing pr,ent or in sight in our relations
with Great Britain i d- man J tbo abrogation of
the Clayton-Bulwer Tr-aty. In fact, wbc-u the j
pe. pl.- of th Umt-d States come to a thorough
und-r-t.tn tin g of that treat v thev will demand I
retention and full enforcement, lo abrogate
t . . 1
ii ouia no
would not prevent Eri?lauJ from using her
naval to-'er to blockade the canal in case of
war with u-. It would invite her to do so, by
releasing her from the obligation of the second !
artiele, which bin-Is her not to do t. "
There bad been some very lively debates in i
the U. S. Senate on the subject of Civil Service
Reform. Voorh.-es of Indi.tna'iiitr-Mluced a resolu
tion which proiKses au 'amendment to th
Constitution, providing that all Pestmasters, .
Revenue Collect-rs. Judges, Marshals and
L'nited States District Attorneys for the District ;
Courts of the United States shall be elected by ;
the people of the State in which their duties ara .
performed, and in such manner as the Legisla
tures of the Stnt. s shall provide. "
Senator Miller had introduced bis Nicaragua
canal bill. It provides for a guarantee of 3 per
cent to the company by the United States for 2u ,
years after completion of the canal. Tbo pro- ;
Iosed maximum capital is 51o,tHKJ,uuu.
From Ire-laud the news received from day to .
lav has a monotonous sameness. A consider
able seizure of arms and ammunition was made
in Dublin on tbo 17th inst. and another at i
Limerick. The police bad been socially in- :
structed that the proclamation agaiust the Land '.
League extends to lady members and the last
telegram from Dublin says that a prison is being
specially prepared in view of contemplated ar-
rests of ladies who have taken lately a promin
ent part as Leaguers. A telegram dated Dublin ;
10th December says: Tbo organization against '.
tbo payment of rents is lecomiug still more 1
formidable. It is regarded as much of a crime
to go iuto the Land Court as to pay rent. A list :
of irsons who have lx-eu served with notices j
and those suspected of paying rents are posted .
at the cbai-l aud other places where they can
in: se.-n, and although the polieejtear them down, ;
they are son posted again. "
His Royal Highness Prince Leopold, youngest
son of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, is betrothed ,
to the Princess Helene Waldeck.
In the German Reichstag the measures of the
Government have lately rei-atedly been de
feated. The last press telegram from Berlin
aays : ' Rumors of the approaching dissolution
of the Reicbsta-; are considered to have leen
str.-ngtben.-d by an article iu the .Yhrta Utrman
tiasttle which ioints out the attitude of the
Reichstag since the opening has been interpreted
throughout Europe as a symptom of the decay ,
of German unity. It says : In offering their
signatures to the Federation Treaty the German
Princes intended that Germany should hi under
the leadership of a Prussian, but not that she
should submit herself to shifting majorities in
the Reichstag. German professors and pro
vincials who once destroyed German unity by a
disregard of the monarcbial dynasty, would do
the same again, if allowed. It is, therefore, the
duty of the nation to utter a timely protest. "
Tbocble at Panama. Panama. December 111.
There is much excitement in Panama on ac
count of the measures takeu by the principal
foreign merchants in opiosition to the proposed
increase in tbo commercial tax. The Govern
ment is very obstinate, and it is feared unless
a compromise is effected that there will be lively
times here iu the next few weeks.
From Russia the uews continues to be of the
most dismal character. A fourth person im
plicated in the assassiuation of the late Emperor
is now in custody. This man, Emilianoff states '
that on the 13th of March ihey walked into the
quay of the canal without sighting a single po
liceman. When the second bomb burst under the
Emperor's feet, aud be fell bleeding profusely, a
man of the people rushed up, looked him in the
face, caught the dying Sovereign in bis right
arm, and neld him until other help came. This
man was Emilianoff. Under bis left arm he had
all the time a bomb, similar to that used by the
assassin. The prosecutor asked: "And bad be,
the bomb there end then?" "Yes," said Emi
lianoff in bis written testimony; "It was I who
was first to assist the Emperor to get into the
sledge. None of your police hounds dared to ,
come near him until I took him in my arms. ;
When we had seen the Emperor driven off, and ,
expiring, we returned to our lodging, con- ;
gratulating ourselves on the day's work. "
The Emperor has found out who has placed I
the threatening letters and proclamations in bis
prayer-book and pocket handkerchiefs. During .
the last three weeks be 6et a watch in his room,
and caught a woman who bad been in the service j
of the Empress for the last eight years. She
was in the act of placing the letter in bis prayer- I
book. This letter reminds the Emperor that be
has only a few weeks of life iK-fore hini. The j
woman wept and declared she had done this out j
of gratitude, and with a conviction that she was j
averting a catastrophe to the sovereign whom '
she loved so well. Nevertheless she refused to j
give the name of the man who supplied her
with the letters and proclamations.
Clerical journals published in Rome repeat
the statements that the question of the Pope's
departure is seriously mooted. It is said that
his Holiness has consulted the Bishops who
came to Rome to attend the recent canonizing
ceremony, but this has been contradicted by one
of these prelates who says that the Pope's re
ticence on the subject particularly struck them.
The following late telegrams are of interst :
Mas. Lincoln Blind. Chicago. December 17.
Letters from Mrs. Abraham Lincoln to her
friends in this city convey the sad news that the
afllicted lady bas completely lost the use of her
eyesight. She is unable to write and her letters
are written at dictation, by an attendant. She
dot s not say what caused this new trouble, nor
bow s. rious it may lie expected to prove. Mrs.
Lincoln says her eyes nre so weak that she can
not see. " Beyond that fact nothing more is
known of her condition. No trouble has ever
1-een experienced heretofore by Mrs. Lincoln
with her eyes. She has been accustomed to sit
ting in a dark room, which nay have caused the
weakness. No nit ntion of ber general health
was made, except that she is very weak.
Balloon Accidf.nt. London. December 11.
A Government ballon in charge of Captain Tem
pb r, accompanied l-y Walter Powell, M. P. for
Slalmesbnry, ami a Mr. Gardner ascended yes
terday nnd descended at Bridgeport. The bal
loon struck the ground heavily and Gardener
and Captain Tcmpler were thrown out and in
jured. The balloon rose with power and was
seen again to descend into the sea. Nothing
has since been seen or beard of the balloon or
T ik Viknsa Disaster. Vienna. December
111. A biter official list of the victims of the
theatre fire estimates the number missing at r.2.
President Arthck in his message to
Congress gives our little Kingdom a special
notice, as follows :
" Tbe Kinjjof tbt- llawaiis, on tbe course of
bis bomcward return after a journey around the
world, has l.itt-Iy visited this country. While
our relations with that Kingdom are friendly,
this Government has viewed with concern the
efforts to s-c-k replenishments of the diminishing
lopuIation of the Islands from outward sources
to a decree which may impair their native
sovereignty and independence, in which the
United States was among the first to testify a
The President seems to have "concern"
about the "degree" or extent ; and not
the quality or character of our immigra
tion. He fears that the "native sovereignty
and independence," in which the United
States has testified such 'a lively interest',
may be impaired by the coming of too
manj' " replenishments from outward
sources ; " hence he will not regard with
favor the mission of Mr. Carter to bring
Portuguese here by the wholesale. "We are
glad to notice the kindly expression of
regard for Hawaiian independence ; and
trust it will not be impaired by the Power
which claims to have first proffered re
cognition, by being the first to dictate
what shall be its course iu regard to a
measure of domestic policy.
to distant 1. jk u-l. n'-ies at England
-L-.tiM r.cogni.. th. ruht f the Ci.i
to mm h cm k mmm i
FIVE PEE DISCOUNT
Cash Purchasers of y Pounds and Upwards !
3E5 j IES 1HZ, "ST 9
74 HOTEL STREET.
Hsiviugr Orcatly Enlarged Working; Facilities
Is ow Prepared to Turn Out From
SOO TO 1,000 POUIff DS
STRICTLY PURE CANDIES DAILY!
AND WILL SF.hh HIS
FEESH ISTD PURE GOODS !
AT THE FOLLOWING WHOLESALE PRICES.
Which, are Below Importation Prices :
CREAM C II O CO L AT KS, Per Pound.
Hand-made Creams, 11
Mould Creams, "
Conversation Lozenges, 41 , ,
Fancy lozenges, M
Peppermint Lozenges (triple strong), per pound
Almonds, Smooth and Imperials, per pound
" Iloasted, P':.!t and lirown, per pound
Corrinder, Caravnv and Anis Seed, per pound
Sugar-coated Cubebs, per pound
Gum Drops Strawberry, Rose and Lemon, per pound
Chocolate Caramels, per pound
lemonade or Acidulated Lemon Drops, per iound
Chocolate Pastilles, per pound
Marsh Mellows, plain and Crystalized, ier pound....
Cry s tali zed Liquor Bonbons, per pouml
Chewing Candies Rose, Lemon and Honey, per pound
Caromel Clear Figures, per pound
Cocoa nut Candies iu variety, per pouud
Figures in Conserve and Fancy, per pound
Machine Drops in great variety and flavors, per pound
Stick Candy iu great variety and flavor, per pouud
Broken Caudy, Tier pound
Rock Candy. White and Pink, iier pound
Pop Corn Ralls, per dozen
Pop Corn, White, Pink and Salteel, per quart
Peppermint Drops, Transparent, per pound
Pastilles of all flavors, per pound-
Ana many otaer articles in the Confectionery and Cake Business, tao numerous to men
rt.- GUARANTEED that all Coods Manufactured by me are
And flavore 1 with the finest Essential Oils aud Spices, and the Best Materil.
Wedding Cakes & Pastries of all Descriptions
MADE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF THE ART.
Finest White, Family, Graham and Venna Milk Bread,
Fresh Every Day Noon, and Delivered to Aoj Prt within the City Limits.
IT. B. Itfothing Less than 25 Pounds is
Considered a 'Wholesale Purchase.
and Preserved Tamarinds,
Pet up with the BEST REFINED CRUSHED SUGAR, and Warranted to keep in aoy olimate. Very
. ' . useful on long sea voyages.
E . H O R BJ ,
Ira.otioixl Confectioner Pastry Cook,
Steam Factory, No. 74 Hotel street, Honolulu, H. I.
General Business Agent
Rents Rooms & Houses.
djMtf HONOLULU, H. I.
E. B. THOMAS.
1 1 f " 1 I
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
lJ.4RTICrt.AR ATTEXTIOX PAID TO
E. Setting Sl'am Bnilert. Furnace.. Baker' Ovect and
KDjr, and all kind of Heating Apparatus. Al.o, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalk!. All Work emmmed to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reimonable term.
Addresi through the Vot Office jan 1 81
ST.11R AZVJER IIEAI,
White China Matting !
OF THE VERI' HKSTUtALITV.
Call Early, or it Will All
WING WO TAI Sl CO..
Nuuaou Street, opposite Moa.maoV del
h SM-- -F-l Nto f-
Imoorter & Home Manufacturer of Cauclies
Or ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
o. Hi Fort Street, Jnst Above Hotel St.,
Ha. Ju.t made large addition, to bia establishment, ami ia
Dow prepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu pub
lic, and resident, on the other Island, the VkKV
FIEST of I10MK-MADE k IJIPORTED f l.tDIES,
Of all Descriptions. AT VKRY REDUCED PRICF.S.
Receive! Fresh Candie. by every arrival. He Guarantee, the
parity of hit goods. THIC CREAM CANDIES
are a specialty with him. and are made by the best manu
facturer, la California, and received fresh by every ateamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks.
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY-
The BEST BRANDS of CUOICK CIUARS always on band.
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
NOS. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
IirOl'LD IXKORM THEIR PATRONS
If and the general public, that they have formed a Co
partnership tor the purpose of carrying on the bisinri ot
AnJ have enirared the services of
FROM SAX FRANCISCO:
The are Tlioroolil) icqnaluted with all the
Trim -ri iiagt
We are Prepared to Furnish
K X O K L : XT WORK
. lit? no ii m Ij 1 1 Frices,
AND IT WILL HiV TO
GIVE US .A. CALL, j
(jal 61 Ij;
CLOSING OUT SALE OF JEWELET
Gold & Silver Watches !
An Assortment of Precious Stones !
luAMONDS. PEARLS, RUBIES. &C-. &c.
Gold and. Silver 3?Iated Ware !
SHELL and KUKUI ORNAMENTS, GOLD and SILVER SETS.
BRACELETS, BROOCHES, SOLID SILVER SPOONS.
SILVER CUPS, NAPKIN RINGS.
SLEEVE BUTTONS. SCARF PINS, and a
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TASTEFUL JEWELRY
Which we will Sell at Very Iow State.
-rl this is a BONA FIDE CLOSING OUT SALE,
CALtE Before You Buy Elsctehcre, on
WSBISnSR. cS CO.,
FOU THE MILLION!
I Have Just Received by Last Steamer from San Francisco the
Finest, Largest and Host Selcet Stock
DIAIVIOHD, GOLD PLATED JEWELRY
EVER -IMPORTED INTO THIS KINGDOM.
1 HAVE A FILL LIXE
Gold & Plated Sets
Etc., Etc.. Etc .
AVIIICII I AM
To Sell During the Coming Holidays 1
MOST UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES'!
I WIJLf IVOT BE lJIVIi:itSOI,l IJY AIVY ONE!
All wishing to purchose will do wll by examining my Stock BEFORE" PURCHASING ELSEWHERE
All varieties of Goods required in the Jewelry Business on band and For Sale.
Fine Watch Repairing and Jewelry Manufacturing A speciality! t5T ALL WORK WARRANTED.
I bold mjself personally responsible for ALL GOODS entrusted to my care, and assure- all
my Patrons of perfect security of their goods.
COME OjSTE ! COME ALL ! !
no26tf NO. O KIAIUIMINU STREET.
BROGLIE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 PORT STREET, HONOLULU.
nEG LEIVRTfl INFORM THE PL'BLIC GENKH A I.L.V THAT TIIKIK HfW.K Iff
Holiday Goods is Complete ! I
CONSISTING IN PART OF
COLD AND SILVER SETTS,
PINS, RINCS. EAR RINCS,
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES, SCARF PINS,
SCARF RINCS, SLEEVE BUTTONS.
"WltlxdiXXi. , jsjp oolalty.
Silver Filagree Jewelry,
Tasmanian Shell Necklaces in all shades of Color,
Silver Plated Ware. American Clocks-
WE WOULD ALSO STATE THAT WE MAXCFACTCRE ALL KIND! OF
Gold, Kuliui, Shell and other Jewelry t
Watches Repaired y Competent Workmen.
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speciality Made in Engfravin of all kinds
MONOGRAMS, MEDALS, LOCKETS, efce.
J- ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLtNDS WILL RECEIVE OUR PROMPT
Every Article Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FORT STREET,
NEW OPENING ! !
FASHION STABLES !
No. 3 Union Si., next lo No. 2 Engine
Co., nnd No. 93 Hotel St.
Express Nos. 7, 9, 32, 34, 53. 91, 193,
First Class Horses and Carriages
To Rent at any Hour of the Day or Night.
All Orders Promptly Attended to-
Telephone No. 148. Terns Reaaonoble.
Particular attaoion paid to Boarding Horwt by th. Day
Week or Moffth. oc24 if
tt FORI STREET.
OF ALL KINDS
Etc. Els... Ei
Oppo.il DilllnKbaan A Ct.
Notice to Travellers!
MR. II. p, WOOD
HAS BEEN APPOINTED AfiKNT AT
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
S. F. HOMCLO TII.1WIIE (0.
OFFICE AT DR. WIGHT'S STORK.
Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Aaddress:
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.