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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE It, JANUARY 28, 1882.
SATUEDAYAFTEEOOIT a EVENING;
.1 . TV
-A.T STOI! K OF
COTA .7:e:.C17JC AT
Mr. K. P. ADA MS
coxs i. s;t! rsrc; OF :
SilK, Nstlius Woolen ChoocI.
sTj.KliVs' CZiiStlren'n ISoiexy, white an I (oi ire.l:
Iiy Vonf h dlotliaii;,
S,:i! A: Ciailcf rc'ii ISoot A: Shoe.
And other Items too Numerous to Mention.
SM.V!!, LOTS to4IJIrr l lie jMUTSIIO.
m mm imm atioial olotions co.
Capital, $3?a00,000, ARKOLD FITZGERALD,
Js . M . MELLIS.
Special -As.Mit for tlio
''IK IM)tKSt;KI) HAH (.W)K HMC
t"AY I'. t!." t ' minur
WORLD RENOWNED READY MADE CLOTHING !
Aalh fi-y iit.lh- 'i in sirr.l t. F.VAt XK TIIK HH-.T 1 N VOIC K. win h he hu recei-d e bark
l . M' RiiAY. r.r.iir,s of
; i-:Ty :s2, ic: es3?oim:.mtsi suits !
lnt Mt!i 1 frI l.tn. ere nit,
bnt' Soul Tw.rd A. ain:rre P!rt.
i.oU' tl Is C - t Intu tuat..
V. M.irill. I :,
C ,)'. SrjU: TffJ SuU,
Uu Aav) l;lnf Sjilor MpI.
Tt. O f ht V-n n .U M.rf,rf ti .nil ttt "I trkl. fti--ri.' I.av n t lfi tkn in "'iniil'rati"D to lri(it.
Ih-r. Dm-. n. hirK t-m (n.in ih- k' rjr alirrri. I am l l"l n item II K tl'kK Til AN AN V Tllr.R HOUSK
N. i:. rr.w it it; 1 1 s ok
DRY (MODS, TRIMMINGS & DRESS GOODS ON HAND YET !
Wlllf'II WII.I. I!K S(ll.! A'.VAV AT A S Y lSK'K. Tl CI.K.IU TIIKM OCT.
A. Nl M ELLIS,
rfotioliilii Olotliinpf l3iiipiimii4
tn;i !r I'OKT STHKKT. HKKWER'S BLOCK.
PI AM OS
Will VtAYfiSSW PAWtSTlfVrtfW Y TllttA f
Tliis will interest IX'ZjI who con
template Puyclissirag OIMS of
tlicsG Household Treasures,
THE EH3ATHUSHEK PIANOS
JUST BEEN IMPORTED
JLU 4 tiU JLtd
TV T F T 21 1
A Jill will I. n: wln have li;ul tlif iIcasiuv of lieariiiif tlicni.
.Si'vi'rnl 1 tSiccti lim e ;a2rc:s! brni oI1, and lie
point's t a25a p:i! (o lls C ii-t oiiwivs m ho Ei:ivc
ihr mm1 .? :i2irE:iii to iiitIi:im' :i FVI
I.NTI5i.lSi:T. SI speaks well eilher
!ir their tlncliiient or
"JHS IROiff IP II IL Til E
is entir-lv r -fU' '"! ii'vr!, i:ii-t si!)-tant;.;il in its t Mitnit tiin,
t-r." Lars, i t-T.tlv riuiT it
Impregnable to Any Pressure
TES U H I
wliit li. when
lA'?i:ilAlA,Y E2K2-B IIX
ami th i i- ii'-.v no ci.ai.rt t"r the ac tion of tiu atnio-j-herc to lengthen or
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ontract tllC .-trUlS. la- l- ll.C t a-u w ni
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tr.unc). ail' I Vl lif n::vt' an inc
lirmlv h.'M to the vfiv point at wniuh
tlu' ' ra-on-
f r ot h
I 't.ni' a
lEKTINEr ki'.Ml!!i ofOl.E 111 LL.
cf it,. MtllllfUKK l'l'. trat-iU ly " i..r. ' v.nt '
I T- GONE.
I'ntil it.e inr.i'i. n ol ir l' ui ; M vi!-'. i' hil U" n - n f.i ,!..! U:i thmt Ih I', nl . one ol the Oi t expra
.e a cl tnstrunnl.. w. th-is- of a.l to fail. .
N. nrh-r m ucr. h vjT h "e '' " al l' t pr-.l :c P. an.. t!.at .1 .1 n t . .l r-- iat in a f.-w y-r tl.at it
tm- lo-, and up.ri i .- ?r'.zi l r iv- pHr- to a list,
mum cal ar
GEO. 2? TTJSZZmI,
, . . , fC. T--J:
3 ;e fleil lOr UllUy Ol l.lt Jj HUtlli;
(Tr 4 ' v , i 'i I i I i
- Krz iict awa. vaittivm tti iva a. a v -v ' i a 101. ;
z-t !i. 1 r
S. M G-1ST I 2ST ,
will Sell jis Above
OF CHOICE. GOODS,
ZE3T:i Avniinii Tslnnds.
MJKMKMS WITH TIIK AllUVK CUM
itjr of th- I.i&iui uh Uirir
is' r.!th 'I v. rd L lainirrr I oat.-;
I.ctl l.jt.-lMjlr lankiest. (SuuietbiD? Xm )
(.rDt Ulillr I.inro Pants
l.iul-' Brown I.I am Salt.
Kuv's Crown Line o.Sniti.
BY GEO. F. WELLS
isa, 2. Jd. JL JL JL U Al
r 1 4 r I if i I I J T
Ever Brought to Bear Upon IL
1 G 2? I VI S , !
on. ' iIat cl. are
A 11 ASP OF 110
- ;i uiu jusi-. an- niM-iit'ii in me wooi i
... - . t 1 l : it..-:..:.
.iiiia;c .1 wou nc;iuiiz, aim tnc jin i
tin -'rm ' takrs I10M
tin- -'rm ' tak'. hoM. lh:s is one vt
OUt OllC-fotirth Ol tllC 11111111"" IieCe?arV
,rti-. Pall, while exaiiiiniiifi the
- f' - "' a
! r Pia:.. . !.. 1 h-n ;io.'iii.j t.i hand at
wirv .anl. rea l-rt: the P.ano almt intolerable
TZo. 107 lort Street,
U 1 n r it. - TT7- IJ
X.auus nuu uijjtus Ul uc "UlIU-
iM 1 i k n 1 i I I - - aC I .1 ? f-
A. W. BUSH, Manager.
HAY, GRAIN and MIXED FEED
OK .A. 1 , I DESCiaPTIOXS
FOE STOCK OF5 Jl&iiLs SIHJSJS
The California Hay and Gr.-in of tL.- C-mpauy is of VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY,
littnl carefully by the Mincer during a rnviit vi-.it to the Coast. ON HAND.
WE GUARANTEE TO KEEP CONSTANTLY SUPPLIED
TfilK VERY BEST OF HAY & GRAIN !
An l uii tL sauif ut the LOWEST RATES, as wv buy lately un-1 f-.r CASH.
T' th'-ir C'onnjiiers who hnxe h-r tof..r- Ii.ij.ortfil for thcinsrlvt-s we
-it tht-ir ii:ttrini:ijif. tniitixiji we omi ;,'ive ?;:itisf;iotion, tlurehy s:tving
tliriii time uii'.l Iulr.
Careful Attention Given to the Shipping of Orders to other Islands.
Large Additional Supplies are now on the way per EUREKA and
KALAKAUA. All Orders to be sent to
We Beg to Notify
We Have RecenOjf Received
A LAKGE ADDITION
TO OUR USUAL STOCK OF HAY AND GRAIN,
That at No Time Since We Commenced Business;
HAVE WE BEEN
Yithont Hay or Failed to Fill All Orders of Our Eeplar Customers !
N.ir have we ADVANCED THE PRICE t.i them during the great scarcity of Hay in
the j at few Monthx; and
TfiTc Will Continue to Sell Hay and rxiin
as Cheap as it Can be Purchased
in Honolulu !
,ii.i. okii:rs FiioiTTiifl oTiiB:ii isiahtds
oods. Wares or SSerefianHise,
In Our Line or Not, Will Be Filled at LOW RATES, and
a?" NO COMMISSION Charged. Telephone, No. 147.
HOMES S llE CLASSES.
I HAVE A NUMBER OF WELL SELECTED
Dot quite two tnilf from Town, to II oo th Mont Rt-axona-ble
Tortus 1 1 Hi Hff who d-'itire to buil 1
Tlii-w; Lui are the Ch--ptt nnil Mmi 1'rofliiitile Invent
mi-iit oar Workinir Clas.r will have tor a lonn lime 10 come
The ot.jwt in .riling thee
LOTSat a LOW FIGURE
i to Build up Seitl-ineiit which ha aliely commenced.
The Location i( Moal Ueslrable, and for Health. View and
I'r'xluctive S il, tl:ey Cannot be S-uraeeit on the Island
A Pleasant, Romantic
Country Homestead !
a!out two mile, in the nuburhn. t.i Leae for a Term. Home
c ntain.4 Home Six Room, with varioun Out-House. Stable,
Chrrixe lluse. t'liirken Houe, and flood Pajturak'e fr a
t:w nil HnK tlir jrr round. Kental. $350 a Ye ir. fartly
furnished. A!-i, luLK.ISK,
A OEUTIFIL rill.ISHEI) 1101'SE!
tbout 1J mile from Town. Iiuilt with !! Mod.-rn Im-
! prnVfinenu. ini.U'linte 1 wo eat l.ottaj;?,
I t ep-irte frotn the Main Bui!dn,
u-.table for STC ll K.tll. witn plenty ol water,
Mahl, Carriage llou", Ac. Itenlal, a year. !.
KOIl SI,K (IK L. 10 ASK.
I A PLEASANT HOME IN PAUOA VALLEY.
! 11 FKOM TOWN.
Il'u-e contains 8 Cnir.ndii. u Koutoi. situated fall Two Aires
; .f tiround, with a huiining t'rxk and Sprint: on the I'remiser,
', t.-rtlr Kurnish'-d. Kntl, 3')0 a year; or WILL SKI.I,
T II H tK A SK, which has four .venrs to run yet, with a
! (ii ivileis" ol five m re. including Kurniture in Two Ko.ins,
with Malliiix on all il.e H.sir. Also. ue of Other Fuu ture
urain. for r-00 C ASH. The huyr havinf no Kent to Pay
' until . Next Uctohrr. Clear Tiit on the above Statement.
1-SO. T I.KASE. A NEAT COTTAGE
ON l'KNS COI.A STREET, contains 5 Rooms,
j with Mahle, c. K-iiul, $ 500 a year.
; ALSO.TII LEASE, TWO COTTAGES. Lo-
' catl on a I'eep lit on the Waikiki R ad. nearly oi-o.-s te
I Mr. C. I'. Ward's Sunny South' KesiJence. Will Lease
i b..t!i Cottn;ea, no Very Iteaaonihle Term, to a -jivxl party.
I liav.- m'. a nuiuii'r uf Acre of lround on Njuitiu Vu'tW-y
It aJ. K ihhi. W aikiki and in the City t.i sell. Aio. Seteril
, t". tta(.--' H'u ai.d Furniture for fale. Koonn to Rent in
all p,rt of it.c City. Apply, or Addreaa,
J. E. W IS EM A N.
j - Ma;:;
ant ft., l.-al t.Klate r.rok-r, t-moloyment liurrau
tirneral Bu9in-s A rent. ja21
:hr ( O.I'AKT.NERSIIII' II EKETUFO It E
r.t:ni h.-tween the un.lri!cnd, un-it-r il.e linn name
ol WIIITNt.V KOKKRT.-ON.wii dissolved by mutual
coi.nt on the Slt of liecemtvr,
Tharikniir It.r pob.ic I. r their iteneroua U lort durit.s the
. r. -.' '..
J. W. KOBLRTfoN.
J. W. KOKEKTSON WILL t'AKKV
i ,n? "V..."'." , . r"i "1 ,V. "
wn w;llume all Ualilmes ..f the late firm. All outsland-
' ir i l.ii: lila lt liat rm M r . t hii Hall tit
1 f '-" rm ' w
J. W. RO11KRTS0N.
ll.iuol ,lu. Jan. 12:b. Ii
Household Effects for Sale.
ON UTOI XT OK GIVING I I' IIOI'SE
Kcepinz, a Superi- r Bl.ick Walnut Marble Top lld
io Set with French Mirror; Cardinal Velvet S la and easy
Chair. French Clock. Sewing Machine, S'rin and Curl), air
Matfra Vtardrobe. i-nna KocLin; Chair, Luim. pictures,
and numrroua rther article of househoM cear and furniture.
I Apply No. 40 Ve?t King Street near LUiha Street. residence of
I j.lllm' CAPTAIN F. KNAt KE.
M WHOM IT-MAT l'()M'EKN...Thi,
- o. " ' '7 .1... ... u n o. qcirn,, o, M.
haiuu. Kona Akau. Ilarsl or Hawaii, is indebted to tt.e un
dersi)i:ed in the um oi Klrven Hui dre.1 Dol ar, b. ing in the
' of Two Prommisory Notes, one of which 13 for fabO In
favor of I'hurg Nar.g, ajj the other for Ji.SO in favor of Ahko.
ja!4St CHCNG NANG.
MANAGER OF UNI OX FEED CO.
Our Many Patrons
LAIftlE & CO.
P. A. DIAS,
No. 7 8 KIXQ STKKET, nearly opjoile Uithel St.
IIOXOLl'L-r, II. I.
IMPORTER and DEALER
KNGI.ISII AND AMEUIC4.V WINKS,
SIM HITS. Al.KS. It K. KKS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Inland Orderi Huticiled. XT Kemeinher the Number 13
King ft reel.
Z'ljr The onlypliu-e tohuy Gknts good cloth
in at tin' wry- lowkst katks is at Ciias. ,J.
Fishklh' ropcLAit sror.K. k
It affords me the profonudes t pleasure Ut tint pnlilicly
exjres my very yreat obliKtiom to the Orders of tlm
I. O. O. t". and the K. of P. of this city as also to certain
few trieuds outside those orders, for their very kind at
tention t' me during my recent severe but fortunately
brief illness. Such kindly aid and sympathy manifested
towards au almost entire, stranger, a person of no note
whatever, lu fact simply one of " the common herd" is
calculated to impress deeply upon him the justice of
the proverbial and world wide fame of this Kingdom for
friendliness and hospitality. I shall with cheerful
alacrity reciprocate whenever I can learn of an op
portunity t.i do so. Very gratefully. J. II. RF.HT.
Honolulu, January 4th. 1J. jail It.
I 12T" The lcst lVrcule shirts, extra ccfks ami
two fuLUiw, fur only $1 ."U, at Chas. Flshkls"
I POI'l'LAR stji:k. 9
ALL PERSONS ARE I IK It K
BV notified to remove forthwith
all Cattle and Hones from the
lands known as Wahiawa, Kanaku, Kukauiloko, s tuit.d in
the Waialua Ii.trict, Islanil of Oahu. ALL CATTI.K AND
HOUSES round upon said land WITHIN 10 DAYS FROM
THIS DATK will be TAKEN L'l FOR TRESPASS.
IT" No shooting or !ame, Turk-y &c. will be ermitted.
All persons iiifrinsin? this notice will be prosecuted according
toliw. FRITZ S0RGEXFRKI.
Wahiawa. O.ihu. Dec. 31. 1S-1. 4td31
I Boys' all wool suits from 4 up, it C'hs.
J. FisHKKs' POrfLAR STORE.
Zf" You can Iniy a most lfautifill straw hat
for only Si, ut ('has. J. Fihkls" popclar
The undersigned offer
For Sale a large and well
selected stock of WINES,
LIQUORS, ALE, &c.
Those wishing to obtain
the Best Goods at Reas
onable Prices, will find it
to their interest to exam
ine the Stock of
S Jt !0 Mi:CCU.l.T ST.. IIOVOLILI.
P. S. Orders from the
other Islands shall always !
receive prompt and care-
ful attention. ja2i 3iu !
ISF Thirty-two piect-s all wool dress goods for
oulj- 25 cents per yard, at Chs. J. Fish. La' popc-
LAB 6T0BE. m
FOR SAN .FRANCISCO.
Tl i; NEW Al CLllTFU BARKE.NTINK
iiOl I l.tTT, C0MM ANDER.
Will Siil with Immediate Dispatch
tor the Above Port.
K'T Freight or Pj. app)e to
j..5 tf RM. 0 1KWIN & CO., Agent:
The ui.iirr?:t'ued hiving disptistd of all his iaurt in
the ElackiijuitUirij; and Carriage Making Business to Mr.
M J. r..-rie. li, rtly req-j. sts all those who ar indebted to
Lit:., to n:hte immediate payrueat to him of their ac
cutils. S. M. WHITMAN.
bated Honolulu. January 1st. !!. jal 3m
f" A very lurtje asortuieut of fine white em
t iLbroidfrit-s at figures u vt-r olJVred before, at
CilS. J. FlSHKI POITI.AE STOKK.
fllKKKilY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
not be revons.lne lor any debts contracted in my name
without m v u niun order.
r,.,5om ' J. M. DAIQLE.
AMERICAN LEGION OFHONOR-
IIE KKIH I.AR ESSM.S OF OCEANIC
Council No. 777 A. L. of II. are held in the Knights
ot Pvthias Hall. Campbell's Building on the FIRST and
THIRD TL"E?IJA'S ol every Mouth.
jaHSin HENRY SMITH. Siec'T.
SATUI1DAY JANUARY 28, 1882.
To the Electors of Honolulu.
Fellow citizens of all races: I rejoice
with you that we are living under the bene
ficent reign of King Kalakaua, and that
the time draws near when we, as subjects
of a Constitutional Kingdom, may meet to
gether peacefully in order to choose repre
sentatives of the popular will, to promote
lam a candidate for the suffrages of the
Klectors of Honolulu.
V I did not wish to move in this candidacy,
irt assured by repeated invitations that my
services were desired.
I have sought to serve the State faithfully
in years past and 1113' spirit is faithful to its
former record of public service, with the
present advantage of increased experience.
These are my constant principles, and
will be be my rule of action in the public
1. To honor the King and to uphold the
Hawaiian Monarchy, under all circum
stances, as an independent State.
2. To recognize as a paramount consider
ation of public policy, the promotion of the
Sanitary welfare of the Hawaiian People of
To maintain faithfully our treaties
with the Powers of the World, and especial
ly the Treaty of Reciprocity with the Unit
ed States of America.
4. To favor immigration so far as it may
he conducive to the welfare and independ
ence of the Hawaiian people and Kingdom.
5. To obtain a loan for important public
improvements, especially highways and
facilities of communication, and to promote
the industrial enterprise of the Kingdom.
(;. To further the education of the youth
of all races, and to promote, through the
public service, a strong national and loyal
sentiment among the people.
7. To advise moderate taxation; econom
ical expenditure of public monies; a faith
ful observance of the will of the Sovereign
and People, as expressed in legislative en
actment ; and to have a short session.
Your Fellow Citizen, ,
Walter M. Gibson, J
Hoxoluia', Jan. 28, 1882. j
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
'e are obliged to omit much matter
of interest prepared for this issue, amongst
the rest our budget of late Foreign News to
hand by the steamer. The latter includes
an unusual number of important items,
among which we may note the following :
The attack on our Reciprocity Treaty has
been commenced in both I fouses of Con
gress. The Kmperorof Germany has issued
a rescript asserting his personal authority
in terms that have caused astonishment
and alarm. Gambetta has brought iu his
measure of Constitutional reform, which
will cripple the independence of the Senate.
Arrangements were complete for the Pope's
removal to Malta, if found necessary. The
Kmperor of Russia has reduced the pay
ments due by peasants for land received at
time of emancipation by 12,0ln,000 roubles.
Mr. F. H. Ward was admitted on Satur
day last as a Jiu-iuber of the Hawaiian Bar.
J-:llf The monthly meeting of the Cousins will
wdll be held this tiiis evening at the residence of
Mr. Y. Y. Hall.
"-$5" The S.-iiiois and Juniors will have anoth
er trial of their still at football this afternoon.
The game is to commence at 3 P. M. at the drill
f IV Messrs. Lijikalaui and Nahaku, canOi
d.ites for the Legislature will prepare alunchfOr
their many friends. tbe served in the Halaanl
aid lot adjoining the .Musical Hall on the day of
t'SiF Mr. Ddd has extended the omnibus ac
commodation, which the public so much appreci
ate, to the 15 Tetania street route. The busses
run as far as the corner of Mr. Dillingham's
At Fort Street Church, J. A. Cruzan pas
tor, will preach Sunday at the usual hours. In
the evening the theme will be "A Common-Sense
Observance of the Sabbath." A cordial invita
tion is extended to all. Ushers always in attend
ance to provide st ats for strangers and casual
x4f A little boy naiiiud Kamana was drowned
in the stream which comes from Fauoa Valley on
Saturday last. The stream was high at the time
and the child was washed from the neighborhood
of its home, which is near Capt. Mclntyre's, to
opposite the residence of Mr. J. S. Smithies be
fore the accident was noticed.
r?" Many enquiries are being made why the
postage fruin this Kingdom to Great Britain un
der the new arrangements has been fixed at 10
cents. whiUt from Great Britain to here, the
charge is only four pence (say H cents). A copy
of the cihcial announcements as to revised post
age with these Islands as made in England and
in Germany will be found in the letter of oar
London Correspondent published to-day
Jfey1 The Kuoi.oat in advocating the candida
cy of J. O. Carter, Es.j., before native Hawaiians,
rests his claim on their suffrages mainly on the
fact that through his influence and exertions Dr.
Hutchinson was removed from the small-pox
management ami Dr. Rodgers put in his place,
and I)r. Emerson removed from the dispensary
and Dr. i'itch substituted.
I Mr. Dodd intimates that he will be out
bright and early iu the morning, with his street
sprinkler, so that the dust will be laid when the
good people commence to promenade the thor
oughfares, and we may also add, to make it
more agreeable to the ladies in their new spring,'
toilets. This notice of course is premature as
it mav rain.
tjT Following is the programme for this
afternoon's concert in Emma Square, at 1:30
p. m., by the Hoyal Hawaiian Band :
March Blur aad Gray.... French
Orerlore' In the Italian Stjle S.ha!rt
PiocolJ Polka The liutrmins; Bird fellirf
Selection Nabnoco. new Verdi
Wa!U (id Jed Youth. ne V al.lteufel
Pclka Maxark Aulia, new ..r"ut
The Band will give moonlight Concerts on
Monday. Jan. 30, and on Thursday Feb. 2. in
Emma Square, weather permitting.
t " Next Saturday. Fth'y -1th, an interesting
entertainment will ho given at the Music Hall,
at which that pleasing songstress. Miss Jennie
Boyer, will make her farewell appearance. Pro
fessor Xavier will give an original specialty ' So
phistry in the 19th Century," and Mr. Edwin
Browne announces a new and wonderful mys
tery" -'.der the name of the Canopy of Phydias,
and will give a burlesque speech The Candi
date from Lehna." The performance will con
clude with a display of Roman and Grecian Stat
narv. At St. Andrew's Church t-morrov, thu
Annuid Missionary services will be held. A spec
ial Anthem suitable for the occasion will W sung
by the choir at the morning and evening services.
The sermon on mission work will W preached
by Kev'd A. Mackintosh at the 11 o'clock ser
vice. The offertories of the day will be devoted
to the funds of the Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel.
The Sunday Time Table for Mr. Dodd s
omnibusses is published in our advertising col
umns to-day. It will be noted that the Beretania
street omnibus will go on to Waikiki to the
baths on its 6 a.m. and 4 p.m. trips. The charge
for the trips to the baths and back including use
of the baths has been reduced t fiftj cents, a
change which will no doubt induce a greatly in
creased patronage of the establishment.
BqJ?" February 3rd is the Anniversary of the
Honolulu Fire Deparment. On that day Friday
next there is to be a torchlight procession and
the annual supper after it. The Department have
received an invitation to visit His Majesty during
the evening, and the profession, after forming
in Hotel street, will probably march down N'un
ftnu street and along King street to the Palace
before making the usual tour of the city. The
line adopted for the procession will exclude some
of the lower streets of the town usually included
in the programme, these being comparatively de
serted after dark, and will be selected exclusively
from the livelier streets.
f A theft was committed on the premises of
Mr. Mark ltobinson, on Thursday night. The
servant girl was awakened by a noise and dis
tinctly heard someone opeu the drawer of the
bureau in her room and remove something from
it. She was too frightened to cry out at the
time, and before she could make up her mind to
give the alarm the thief was gone. Her watch
and chain had been stolen from the drawer iu
question. The theft was evidently committed by
some one who was well acquainted with the
premises. It was too dark for the thief to bo
. ' 3 A case of stabbing occurred in Smith's
Lane on Thursday night about half-past 11
o'clock. Several persons were in the house in
question at the time. One William Woolham
came and knocked at the door, and a man, whoso
name is given as Jack Brown, went to the door
and appears to have immediately assaulted
Woolhftm, first with his fists and then with a
knife. Whilst this fight was going on a native
named Jim Crow came up and took Woolham's
part, when Jack turned his attention to him and
stabbed him in the bowels. Whilst this work
was going on outside, those inside after looKing
out of the window and seeing the row, got out
at a back window and ran away. The accounts
given of what happened are somewhat obscure,
but there can be little doubt that all three parties
to the row were very much intoxicated at the
time. The two wounded men went away to Jim
Crow's room and lay down and went to sleep.
A police officer hearing some time after of the row
hunted them up, and seeing the state they were
in telephoned lor Dr. Hutchinson, who dressed
the wounds, which were on the cheek and
fingers ; and had Crow taken to the Queen's
Hospital. Crow's wound in th abdomen is on
the right side, about an inch and a half long and
rather deep, but it has not been ascertained
whether it has penetrated the entrails or not. It
is situated from four to five inches above the
groin. The other wound is on the left side of
the face, extending from the chin about three
inches along the cheek and is only a superficial
wound. Up to 8 o'clock this morning,
Crow appeared to be doing well, and to bo com
fortable, but it was then too early to form an
opinion as to whether the case will be a seri
ous one or not. The man Brown, who committed
this savage assault on men with whom he had
always been friendly before, is still at large.
y Our amateur dramatists gave Honolulu
society a treat on Saturday last at the Music
Hall, iu the representation of " All that Glitters
is not Gold" The floods came down th.d.
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evemuLf ami iiauc iicopie siav at uoiue, out ill
ladies were determined to see how so and so di
their parts, and the gentlemen followed and sty
the House was erowaea. Ana everybody was-r.
more than satisfied. Our amateurs show a thor
ough professional ease and finish. Mr. Godfrey
Brown's " Toby Twinkle " cannot be surpassed,
as you do not recognize our worthy registrar, but
see before you a genuine impertinent waiter and
trickster. Our honored Police Judge, 11. F.
Bickerton, as Jasper Pletn, carried out in his
interpretation the dignified pose, urbanity, and
clear delivery so well illustrated uu the Bench.
Scarborough and Houldsworth, as the Plum
brothers, are both excellent. The young btdiis
Misses Luce, Rhodes, and Parke, who, erewhile
in a popular operetta contributed to the delight
of an audience, won additional laurels this
evening. The tasteful make tip of Miss Parke
as " Lady Valeria, " was much admired; Miss
Luce's " Martha'' was a very correct impersona
tion under different situations. And Miss Rhodes
as ' Lady Leatherbridge " gave great evidence
of careful study of fine and correct taste, and
delighted all hearers with her pleasant toned
voice, and full and clear enunciation. The farce
of the " Happy Man " followed, in which 'Mr.
Atkinson, as Sultan Rum Rusti; Mr. G. Brown,
Foxy Fun, the vizier; Mr. Houldsworth, as Ski
Hi, an astrologer; Mr. Swanzy, as Paddy Mur
phy; Miss Parke, as Ko-Ket; Miss Comly and
Miss Purvis, as Sultanas, performed their parts
well, and thoroughly satisfied their audience.
Prof. Berger, aided by Mr. Kessler, assisted ad
mirably with a - piano accompaniment; and Mr.
Kd. Browne, the actor, rendered valuable service
iti the get up and management of the perfor
57" A meeting of Medical men was held at the
office of the Minister of the Interior, on Wednes
day afternoon. The meeting was called by the
President of the Board of Health, to consider the
Subject of leprosy. Drs. Stangenwald, McKib
bin, Hutchinson, Rodgern, Emerson and Fitch,
were preeent. The President said that the question
was one of great importance of the utmost im
portance. Dr. Fitch had lately taken chnrgc ol
the dispensary and of the Branch Leper Hospital,
iie claims to give great relief, by the treat
ment adopted, to the leprous patient. If his
views are correct, it will result in a totally dif
ferent management of the Leper Establishments
in the Islands. Dr. Fitch had been requested to
meet the physicians and state his views, in order
to avoid any errors on the subject. 'Dr. Fitch
then made a statement of his views, claiming that
leprosy was really a fourth stage of the syphilis,
and that the treatment for that disease was the
proper treatment for leprosy. On this there was
a general discussion, the physicians generally did
not agree with Dr. Fitch's views. They admit
ted that leprosy, as they had come in contact with
it in these Islands, was amenable to treatment,
and that symptoms could be reduced and the pa
tients' lives protracted by remedial measures and
proper nour'sbment. They did not however be
lieve it could be cared, or that it had the imme
diate connection with syphilis which Dr. Fitch
considered it had. The practicability of carrying
out effectually the law as it stood, also came un
Jjtr" Cider, with rich sub acid flavor, plenty of
effervescence and sparkle, and no alcoholic de
velopments, is delightful to every palate and a
favorite everywhere. Palmer &: Co., our enter
prising druggists now offer for sale a delicious
champagne cider that will satisfy all tastes,
whether epicurean or abstemious. There is, in
this article, the pleasant acid of cider, with th(i
amber tint, sparkle, and delicate vinous tone of
the unfermented grape juice of the plains of
FIT Our carriage inrtiuifitcturrrft have their
hands full of work. This indicates a hopeful
and prosp. r. us f.ate 1 f Ihin,". Wo dmppd in
the other day tit he carri.i-.cMi pot of Mr. M. J.
Rose t: take it In. .k at his di-pl.iv, and ve .tw
liw vehicle, jti.' flijsl.ol ai d t.Kn;t to K turned
out, that were t x.'illuii in tin ir m vi-rnl ''es.
One si 'c-l'.ir extei.si. ti rock away presents o
legant appearance. on M ould not sei y
thing more tnt. ful and of iimr finish tU J ."
t r's. in Broadway. N. w York. A starling
top park phaeton, made f.r lion. S. K.
a perfect beauty, and should l' 1 joy for..',
the occupant of its broad luxurious ct. A
handsome, richly-furnished nxkaway etpretui
fcor Wailuku ; and two others for Mr. Eno-, of
alout the same quality, gotten up ut a cost of
$375 each, eo to show that the public want nic
conveyances and that enlightened purveyyjs ar
meeting the dmaud. All ,this fine display re
flects great credit on the skill, enterprise, and
taste of Mr. Rose and his vnluuble asM't&nta
Messrs. C. 4. St-in. Matthew Kanavau and
William Unger. forties wanting to buy carriages
should drop 111 at R .se's and look at thU fine
What the People Say.
Mr. Edit jr. Three immtlis ao planters for a
certain mill in this diMrict hauled to the mill, io
sixteen days, MilLcunt cane ti produce 128J
clarilicrs, the juice ttanding at 'j- lull, from
which thev received ocarly 04 tons of sugar, Nos.
1, 2, and !i. Another planter followed directly
after them, and, from cane delivered, he is ac
knowledged to hao ,;ot 12S clarificrs, juics
tauding at 9- full, from which his total yield 3f
sugar is but f() ti ns full, Nos. 1, 2, and 3. I
wut here state that the clarilicrs at this mill
hold 34 galloiie more than those of any other
mill in the district. This is merely mentioned in
case those replying to my letter should say that
the number of lbs. per cluriticr is tejy high. In '
the case of the first planter, the clarilicrs in ques
tion hold 534 gallon. Now, Sir, it took me (the
last planter mentioned) several days more to get
the same number of clarilicrs. 1 would ask you
if you can show me bow it is that such a great
difference i.e., 14 tons can exist? Tliis, I find,
is a question involving a vast amount of auonej
to the planters generally throughout this group ;
and in my ease, say 7 tons of sugar at 6 cents jX'f
lb., or 8 10. A pl tnter getting just ane-half of
his sugar must have every pound, or he will go
under; and I now seek the aid ol your valuable
paper to state my gricvunce, and ask you to help
tue to right what I have tailed tJ get adjusted iu
a more natural way i.e., with the mill owner.
Yours truly, A Pwamer.
Thk Gazette publishes a report of inter
views with Messts. A. S. Hartwell, Win. O.
Smith and Ha 11 ford 11. Dole, in which theso
gentlemen endeavor to sustain a statement
made that Mr. Gibson threatened a iopu1ar
disorder during a debate in the "Assembly
of lS78ona resolution of want of confidence
in Ministers. We now publish a large por
tion of the report of the debate in the As
sembly as it appears in the The Pacific
Commkkcial AhVKitTisKUof June2'J, 1878,
which' then sustained the Ministry of Dr.
J. Mott Smith, A. S. Hartwell, 11. A. Pierce,
and J. M. Kapena, and said editorially in
the issue from which we quote. " Readers
will fail to find in the entire record of this
Ministerial crisis,' that anything haa
been brought home to the present advisers
of the King, of a aulllcienily grave nature
to warrant a deliberate expiesslon of want
of confidence by the legislature."
In view of the above expression, the re
port of the journal at that time, will not
be suspected to entertain any favor toward,
Mr. Gibson the leader of the opposition;
and the statement of a:. eye-witness em
ployed ollicially as a reporter, will be
deemed of equal value in public opinion to
the imperfect memories of three gentleaien,
evidently influenced by a partisan bias:-
SUMMARY OF DUB ATU
In tuk Lkoisi.ativk Assk.mi i.v, Junk 21 and 21,
1K78, on a Resolution op Want or Confidence
IN TUK MlMSTItV, INTIIODUI KI) 1JY HON. Ma,
Gibson, of Lahaina.
Tho Assembly went inut Committee of the
Whole, Governor Kipi in the Chi.ir, on the re
solution, which read us follows :
" Whereas, The Ministers of His Majesty
have by various acts brought detriment to th
public ser-.ice ; Therefore reolveil. That this As
sembly postpone the consideration of the Ap
propriation Bill on account of want of confidence
in tho administration of the public service by
tho present Ministry.
Hon. Messrs. Pilipo, Mahoe and Kaai spoke
at length iu support of thu resolution, and the
Hon. Mr. Aholo against it.
Hon. Mr. Gibson naid : When I tirst entered
this Assembly I certainly uevt r contemplated the
purpose or the likelihood of 1113' present rittitndo
of antagonism to the Ministry.
I have enjoyed person t intercourse with the
most of these gentlciu.-ii, and have many cour
tesies and agreeable eifl-otint rs (o remember.
But I have gradually lost confiVncu in them as
advisers of His Majesty, and in guides of the
1 have been hesitating Io; sonic time past to
give expression to this want of confidence, but
the occurrence yesterday the presentation of an
autograph letter of His Majesty before the
Assembly in reference to a niattt r most proper
for a Minister to communicate, and particularly
by the one who is always regarded in diplomatic
intercourse lis tlw; special Minister of the King
that is, the Minister for Foreign Affairs well, I
say that this occurrence increased my want of
confidence, for in this matter, as 1 said yesterday,
His Majesty has been verv injudiciously advised,
and therefore I have decided now to give ex
pression to this want of coiilideiiec.
A Ministry in a Cons.il utional Government
should, to a great extent, represent th't people.
As we see that in England every Minister of the
Crown must be returned to Parliament by a
constituency. This should be the case with a
portion of our Ministry, being partly taken
from the Nobles and partly from the representa
tives of the people.
What an advantage it would be in tho advance
ment of public affairs for Ministers to come
from the people and to have the confidence of
the people. What a duty it is for 11 Minister who
proposes to govern in behalf of a country that
he should endeavor, by frequent association, to
know intimately the wants and desires of the
I have met and influenced pel haps s portion
of my fellow-citizens, and why should not Min
isters do the same. It i hinted in this House
that some improper influence is misleading the
representatives of the people ; now, why should
not Ministers exercise a counteracting influence?
Ministerial agency should be a work of
I have resorted to no nets but. what are opeu
and manifest. I have not bribed any man with
money, and eei luinly have no oflices to offer to
tempt .1 representative to sell his vote. ,
Why should I seek anything else but the best
welfare of the country in l.roiiioting the health
o fthe people, and liiamtaiiTlug the Independenc
of the Kingdom ?
My attitude on the latter point is decided nd
uncompromising, whilst I may say that there
are those before me wl.o have thought only ol
the material progress of the country, by advo
cating cessions of t nit iry and other acts affect,
ing the Independence' ol the Hawaiian Kingdom;
But let us review the t sp-cial acts which have
led to this expression of want of confidence.
This Assembly has had themsit forth for its
consideration, and has ulready passed upon
them the "gravest censure, "
A decision like this in any Parliament eluewhero
would have been sufficient to have decided Min
isters that they could 110 longer serve the Sover
eign efficiently as advise rs, and would have led
them to surrender their portfolios. But not so
our Ministers, who evidently esteem it u duty or
an interest to hold on to office under any
Opposition to a Ministry has often arisen iu
this country, and for much lighter eauso than we
now bring forward.
I speak for what I deem the best for the peo
ple ; and whatever the result of this action, I
shall feel that I have done my duty, and shall
after the decision of the Assembly help to push
forward public business eitht r with the present
Ministry or new ones.
His Excellency the Minister of Interior said :
He concurred in the remarks of Mr. Mahoe, that
this resolution was the ollspring of the veiort of
the Committee of Finance. This, ta him, was
made evident days ago. It has Ucl-u handed
about this Legislature for 'davs, and finally
makes its appearance under the fostering care of
the Hon. member for Lahaina (Mr. Gibson), its
introducer, and the Hon. Noble, Mr. Kaai, its
most ardent supporter, w ho now preseuts it, so
lt.nting your support.
Continued in Supplement.