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P A C I F I C CO 31 31 31 K U C I A L A I V E II T IS E 11, JANU A R Y 28, 1882.
$ 3 : 1 1 q n .1 D : r r : i s c m n t : .
H. W. SEVERANCE.
Wf.VtllX -lt-l I, i) iiMMIIO
I II X
MtM M T. Z. -.:,'..r ...i
l'aiifrmi. ir H" n. t
WILLIAMS. UIXUNC & CO..
Shipping V i'osiuiion )2f-rch.iiji
Sm.it a lifor ui.t Mriri.
a-'.J3 l ? AN
ko. r. orris. hiht r io..
GEORGE F. COFFIN c CO.,
suippnc jd iinniio .ni.cf !iit,
Sl 11 tr--l, I HI o h. .
SAN IRANI !"(.
I4RTIC I.AK nT..TH tlV.. TO
fit. ins; Hawaiian or l-r. sn.t 4i.ti'tt.n '.afnv.'!.
IK !) .
JOHJT HARVEY Sc CO..
ClOMMIVtlON i u II t r ! Wool.
aWferaacc Bank of t.nfr-l.
f"..ri ft I iri-i n (.''.f.'ijrnK.r.t
W. H. CROSSMAN k BRO.,
H h I p p I tl U nml CiiiiiiiiImnIoii
M K UC II A X T s:.
US CbassnWra Mrrrl. NJU IDIiK.
Rjfro CuUr tw.in' an-l J T. W..trh.u-e.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
ARE PR El IKKI TO r'I'HMoll FLANS
mot Estmates fir Sirel Frti.l Tr:niji. wrh or
wunoat cars or lucoomt i vs. sprrUlly al-pti-l Pr tiir
Plantations- r'erman'os Kailtraj. ilt. l. r.i..ti- rvl cr.
Trarti.ia Enaiae an.1 Kal l.-r.rnot vs. ?ffn I'U.'ifl.ic?
and Cultivating Marhnery. r' r:)k ?l'rn Kngivs (or ail
purpose. W imiin( Eirins (.r l-.clin.-s.
Catalogues, with il;ulrs?Mn. l.!r! and I'liT-mrr-ipt. of
(he Jx Plant ami Mi-hinry msy b sen it the Ria of
W U ;r.F.F:N an I
li. Vi. M ACr AKI.ANK CO..
aog20 If Ascent f-r Jan Fowler Co.
By a thorough know Irdj-r of the natural liws whi;hc-v-ern
the operations of d:g--ti.m anil nutrition, and Ly a
careful appUeatM.o f the Sue irf-r.irs t.f we:l-i.-c'-d
eorne.. Mr. Kpps has provided oar breakfast t.il.t. s wtth a
delicately-flavored beveraax whica mar save us many heavy
doctor's bill, Is by the jad.ci'iua af i.f such articles .f
diet thai a constitution may tx? Krailually toil! up aiitil
trorc etwrach to resit try trtiil.iry to diM-aiur. Ilun'lrnls
of subtle malatlics are floating" arnual at ready t attark
whereeer there ia a wrak point. VVr my cpe many a
fatal ahaA by kf-pir c oartelvcs f .rtirt-.l wi:h are 1,1 mnI
ad a property ooarub'd frro'. art.cle in the Civil
Ml tlmply with boiling watrr or milk.
EuUl on I J la packets. Uhetl'd :
JAMES JSIIPS & CO.,
HOMEOPATH ItT CHEMIiTi1,
Jh EPI'S'S CHOCOLATE USSEXCE. or Jtrrmoo
A PVRRTHU A (i KM. 21 MERCHANTS'
j EXCIIANliK. faa I'rancwro. California, is authorized
to receive adrertisemetits lor the columns of this papt-r.
TilMrJLllisiMl in 1852.
X.. p. S H S K.?S
Boons 211 ami 21. Merchant' Eichanye.
California rirert. tan FrancUco.
. B.ldfrtMn Sutifitril for all -papr
Pi.lNhrd en the Taclfic loat,thr S ndwlrh
IsUatN, PuljoeU. .Mriraa Port, P.tD.im i. u!p.i
rliOt Japan, China, rw Zr ataod, t'ae Antra!lan
Col-ale, the i:lr Male and i:nropr. I Hf of
carlj rj epiprr Pnbll-Urd on lUr PariCf
Coast are kept fonlaotlj on !Und, and all adi r r
tUn arc allowed Free arr to ttteni darins Dol
eM Hoar. The PUIHC rUi:UCIIL Hi:U
TlSEtt I kept on file at the UHe or L. P. 1 ISHKB.
TRIBE JOlllXAL k EXPORTER !
37 xx o:
Harfots Beiisw & Gcaeral Prices Current !
PubiUhcd Mnolhly. anil In Erg!ih. Iml sp. n.t.lc
lur PufhT ! Cuntinent! ti-l; Ci H'hole
sale Prior., an I tli.c .nnl, all"el, f
Wln Bramli. fre-eree'l Ptoi.-i- n. Kancy t; U,
Viilmry. lr-s M t-riAl. JI.. H.rr-I:in.
Platml Vtare. V ab'hrs, Ciork Rr.l X Im titmrj Jcwc'ry.
B, eta a iv I jhoe. Prrfumry. ri. 'Iro-irapt..
rhotiirraphie an.l Printing t.tri.U
8rVntiH ami M oaral lntronnt.. lru. Cl.rroir',
Pharmaceutical lTtpr4i n, Matw.ncry , "!.
S.ika. Tarnihe. Paints. I"p r IUnj.n,. rtc , Uc.
Alio Prices Corrnt of Pn o.-i-. Mrl't !lrrrts. N Mire on
Indaatrial Soelitia. Trad-; InVliiS-nre. rtc.
ANNCaL tVh. CRIPri'N 3 I' t-l I nion. and
Ine other Countries.
Meney or-ler payable to UK R'1E WTK on Paris or E.m-
4, a. or the rsu"slrn ln oy Incal currency or rxUe
CrrMAlI LETT KIIS KKFl'SCP-V4
Address- The I RH.NCH TRAlK JOl RNAL k RErORTKR.
if 1. Ror di L'habrol. Paris. rance.
i i ; xJZ.'il K:"-t f--" h '
Beale and Howard Streets,
BAN raiSCISO, CALiroRM.
W. H. T1IL0B, Pre-lc'ent,
JOS. HOOBE, J " SBPrrin,fn,,fDt
IS ALL IT ERANCHE.
Stcain1iip, 2, ami
ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Hlxh Prrure or (owpoiDd.
STR!(I VOtKOnl alt kin-la. ba.U c uj. :.; i:h
Hails of Wuud. Iroa or Cipoiie.
OKDIVlRf EXCil ' EH e. tcf- afl. I ait. w aUriMbl.
!TE1 l.A 1" . " II Ei. Brit- an I ri-imTii.'tMa
stxuetad With rvfcrrmjr to llr Trad-- in i--h t!- a-r to
be eoiptuyeii sp-l. umnai and draft "I al-r na.rn
eel. IAR MII.IJ MK M.IKIMJ
Ut'HIM'KI nta.t- t.'t V ui"t r .inl j.! r.,.
jlao,aJl B- ilcf Cionrrt--d thrr-iU.
WITKR HIPE.of Roilrr or Mwt lr-m. ol ar. .
oaule'ia suitable len'h fr-r ronnrrtina- t' lttf.rr. or phrrts
Rolled, funcbd and Pai a-d Shii-iiv-at. re IJ lu
eetcd o the gruiMl.
HTDRsl'MC KIVETIXfi. Bl.r Work .1 VV '
19 rw "a.le by li :tJIl..rnrnl. Kirl--. b lly
ral R'"" 41-Vnrry. tl.at .,u.l.'y oC ' '-"U
ar aaoertor tu haid k
atfllf. w'OR h rtl i' "' ' 'l"1-""- W n.-h-
es, Air and CkuUinif Pmp. Bil alt-r the most ai
sal'Vl . Dirnct et.nir P.mp.. -r lrr.. m City tta
Works' purp.... bu.U rfh th-ceie,,,..,.! !..., al.e
Motloo. sui-rt. b. ny other pan.p I r
ACS EXT W -rUiii-Uton Iuple -tr-ant Pump.
in .lillillUs. i'L.lVfliiS, Ell.
JiMi", new Mr.KciMNr, f;i.;mv,
v 'li h aii N r;-...-i L.
I i rta-.-i if.e p irrh n: ti l (.j.mriii r.f i'l k md of Hru
,r. 1 ' i t '-it4! ,. .):. a . J a i i- x a 1 . ! ; Or J'r.
.trkt - ".-r Ir i i. I. .r I .t , (;!:. n Lir-.j-. -.r
I-;. .-rr.l vp ir j- ..atr f -r ijicf'i fc-t'iunr ; at
l..r. ! . u .i r;. ,i ! r. m) 1 trf m;.ia M t.J lffii:utCM,
I jr anie in I-rl .n r !n Jranrl ; or he srill dra at t
d-; il.ti a,in.t r':.&rrn'-1 rr- !.' rr-m llono'.u u bi.krr.
or m!i-fi". t'i ta.t tn- c-.ur:.i-ii'-- of bar.
W .M G IRWIN ft Co.. Honolulu
II N W L. OhF.KN. Ilonolu u.
I1--N J S WALKER, li ,r'i u u.
THE AORl B NK.'L.ru.tf!j. Iy,n1n
j - -j i . I a r
1ZV OPENING ! !
FASHION STABLES !
a. V L'siioas M., next IS) 2 Eagise
'.. Maid Ns). U3 lle-lrl Si.
Express Nos. 7. 9, 32, 34, 53. 91, 193,
First Class Horses and Carriages
To P.rr.l at ar.y Hour ! the Lay or Night.
All Orders Promptly Attended to-
Trlraksar Xev 1 H.
Particular al'.ni-m pii l to IV-ardinr Horse, by the Day
Wtk or Month. ocjVtf
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ARCHITECT & BUILDER,
IKOI.UIXT, II. I.
23c tail Drawings !
Made on application and at short no ice
Estimates Given on all Work
Connected eith the
Whether it be in
IRON, STONE, BRICK, CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK.
M i l visit any part of the other Islands to ESTIMATE
and HI AW PLANS for prutioaed
Mill Works, Bridges or Residences
Modification of Old Building a Speciality.
First Class Work Guaranteed
CHARGES ilODERATi: !
AUbREs.S -. JAS. G. Il tYSKLUEX.
Care of Architect it builder,
S O. WiLDk 4 Co., IIodoIuIu. U. I. no26 ly
TO THE PUBLIC !
sa-V"1 HAVE RKCKXTL.V OPENED THE
T preniires at No. 1 H Nuuauu street, iotcndina to carry
on business aa
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Coip oxrsi3a.-t las.
t)ur ..ne experience a- MECH ANICS warrants us In sa.
in thnt our near seiilure will meet a want long felt to this
Corn to unity.
All Orders we may be Favored With,
Attended to under our own Personal
And executed in a tborouxh. Competent ard workmanlika
tanner, on the mm fcppruved January Principles.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRtnr TC MERIT A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
And we shall at all limes end-aor to gifeour Patrons
the u'ioo-1 satUfactiuo. both in perfection ol
nortnou juourrie llii.
BITUS. WlTim CUISCTS, WISH BOWLS, Ktf.,
ALWAYS OS HAND.
Serial Attention rien In the flf.iEJ op of the fjl'RINO
HtLK OAS MACHINES.
BROWX Jt I'll 11.1.1 lS.
riumhers. Gas Fitters and Coppersmiths.
Itppc.ue F. T. Unehan ft Cc. No. 18 Nnnanu Pt. de3 3m
A New Departure !
rfxHK I NDIRMGNED 11KCS TO INFORM
1 bis Fr.rn.ls and Patrons, that he has Tscated Lis old
prmiws on Fort street, tear Lucas' Planing Mill, and has re
moved to a
Large and Commodious Premises
Especially built lur him.
On Iv i 1 ii n o iv Street !
Bk of the :hlnre Thraire. and next to Lsinc's
Warehouse, where he has eeery facilities to
Ctirry on His Business
Boat Building and Repairing I
IN ALL IT5 BRANCIIKsi.
Xviiid ol Bout.
M ADE T-) OEKER ON SHORT NioTICK.
Repairing Promptly Attended to,
At Moderate Rai'.s Thoroufih Workmanship Guaranteed.
n,.l.) cm- H. B. RYAN.
I h. r. hy Klvr i nblic nnttce that I WILL NOT be re-p..i,!.l.U-
to the public when they o el-wbt.re and p5
I M jTii-e. LEI'OKK callitM,' at my New Store, 1T Tort
Street. ( atiu b. U's new Imildinj.), here th y will find the
largest as..rtmeat of S..II.1 Waluut and LOW TRICED
Furniture. I'arlr Sts. I-.uiik.h. MsttrMm, kc
Pianos til l Organs and every desi-nptioti of Musical
m rchandi-. -sititinK, EnravliiKs, AIbrotyj.es
Chn.un. Mitt.s. Ac. Picture Frames nis.le to order.
AU ktn.ls f Piiture Frames aud Coruloe MoulJiUK-t,
Krai kt t., Hat I'.a. ki. W hatuots. Music Mauds. Sc., at
prn t s luthert-j juktiowu iu Holl.'lulil.
We al. have the Three Lea-ling Sewiu Machluis.
ST. JOHN! ST. JOHN ! ! hT. JOHN ! ! !
The utily tna. blue rutiuiuir both nays wttiiuut chau
i n the dirt i ti'm of the wrk.
M KINl.Fir.LD! SI'KINil FIELD ! ! SPRINGFIELD ! ! !
AMERICAN! AMERICAN!! AMERICAN!!!
The larxt and l-t ajiwrtiuetit of r.mh'.s (prrsonally
m h L d) f- r the holiday tra-le. 10 Fort St., Houolulu.
J.I'AXEE DECORATIVE FAX'S
at Wi'I-L"' Mt'fIC STOKE 1"7. 11 1, and 113 Fort St.
GOO KII -Sc OO.,
C.rairr Fri A. Iltrl aircrla.
Are Constantly Receiving New Additions
FINE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK
FAX V C;0ll. SI1.KS. KATISS.
LU l isskI EMBROIDERIES.
Following arc a few of the Leadins Lines :
Fr-i.. h. -h and Ani -ncan riiki in all ct-lora,
l bin p. Iks in all colors. Poiiitee ri.k.
ti-nts" I'onee Pok PhTls. Fine Silk Viidershirta.
I.ln-n Lawns. Fanry Mu.tiu, Eftfings.
I.a.lus' Fuie L'nderwrar.
Ken's and Youths' Clothins, Hats and Caps.
Kl'l.l. M'lTN AT I.IMV l II ICES.
JUST RECEIVED per DISCOVERY
Trine- a. I Tii'ntnln..
La.lie' Fanry Nf Vti. all roh rs,
Ice Edit n by eTT Munrr-can aril T low;
Uhitr Irrss UoU l-r Ladies.
Assort meat -f Fine Han l.rrct.ieft f-r Lhrituiaf.
Uther Chritnss Uod.
Come Quick lor B:ii-ain.- !
AM the abnre .vre bell. skl at the Tery LOWFJ.T MAR
K IT HAT Ep. (17H) UUO KIM A t'U.
THE RECIPROCITY TREATY.
Coi.I.:-ii''A!,.N' K I if 1 -.vi-r inr. ' j; . M r
CliMJ!t.!.i I AM Till. I' ihMIKl..
ILiSnLi i f, II. I.. -I.tiiinry 11th. l---
Sib: At a iut-rtii: of the (h uul-r of I 'oi:n.ir-rcc
of Huiiolula. LeM this J.tv. 'e tn- undtr.iiie-J
were ippoii.t.-J t coiuiuittee to tiildrtss your Ktcrl
leucy, and to call your attention to tL RttLk?
which haT bttu rx,.;de by tht.- .Sin Fr.uiei-co
ChtourU, ai.d other :.t-p-iptrs in the Ui-itt-ii
States Qpou the l.il..r sv.te-iu of ihis country.
uhich is charcvcte-rjZid as "slavery," or "i-.jii;ii-. "
upon our planters, charjii-.f; thi tn with cru.-lty an 1
opprrsxioii toiard- their employe-.: and upon our
mt rch inU who are ch.trfc-ed with viol-itioa of the
term's of thr IC-ciprocity 1 re;tty, in that they ship
to the United States as Hawaiian products, suii-ir
and rice crown or liianufactured in other countries.
Iu addition to ther" attacks many f ile otdtemeiits
Lave been made, w hich are doubtlessly intendeo to
create a prejudice against thi.s country and iiijure
its chief industries.
We are directed to respectfully request His
il.tj-ty a' Ooveriuiieiit to lliitruct the ilauan in
Minister ltesideiit at Washington to iufurm the
Secretary of State of the United States, that if his
Government attach any value whatever to the said
attacks and statements. His Majesty's Government
will gladly sue an inveMtitr.-.tlon held, either by the
L'nited States otlicials now resident heie.or through
other specially appointed for that purpose, and
the members of the Cbamlierof Commerce pledge
themselves to give every facility to such investiga
tion, in order that it may be thorough and conclu
sive, and to exercise their inllacnce with all plant
ers to the same end.
We are furthermore authorized by the Chamber
of Commerce to deny emphatically that there is
any system of "slavery" or "peonage" in thi.s
country, or that plantation laborers, or others arc,
or can be abused without lein able to obtain full
and speedy redress, and s1.m to deny that there
has been any violation of the terms of the Kcci
Your Excellency is so intimately acquainted w ith
the employers of lalxir. with the merchants, and
with the laws and their practical working, that
you mast be fully alive to the injustice of the
charges to which we have briefly referred, and
which have been so unfounded, extravagant and
malicious, that the planters and merchants have
hardly considered it necessary to contradict them,
and only the fear that continued silence mi'ht be
misunderstood, has led the Chamber of Commerce
to address this letter to your Excellency. We have
the honor to remain your Excellency's most obedi
(Signed.) Chas. II. Hisnor,
Samuhl N. Castlk,
F. M. Swansex for
Tuko. il. Daviks.
lo His Excellency William L. Green, II. II. M.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Depabtment of Foueion Affaius, i
Honolulu, January Hth, )
Mm',i. ('. li. liislioi, S. X. Ciistlr anil T. H. I)irie,
Com mi tire of the Cliamltr uf Commerce.
Gentlemen : I have the honor to acknowledge
the receipt of your communication dated the 11th
instant, conveying the views of the Chamber of
Commerce, as to the means which may be adopted
with reference to the attacks which have been
made by the San Francisco Cironirle aud other
newspapers upon the labor system of this country,
and upon the planters of these Islands, charging
them with cruelty and oppression towards their
employers ; and upon our merchants who are
charged with violation of the terms of the lieci
procity Treaty, in that they ship to the United
States as Hawaiian products, sugar and rice grown
or manufactured iu other countries.
'lhe iujustice and extravagance of these charges
is so notorious here that His Majesty's Govern
ment have felt somewhat as the planters and mer
chants do, that it was hardly necessary to contra
dict them ; still in other countries, it will no doubt
tie advisable to refute them, and His Majesty's
Euvoy Extraordinary and Minister rienipotentiary
in Washington, has already replied to several of
the statements when they appeared In publications
which had any character for respectability.
His Majesty's Government will grant every
facility for the investigation on the spot of any of
these charges, and will so instruct its liepresenta
tive at Washington, although it cannot of course
officially recognize any foreign official invest iga
tiou, into matters which mainly concern our own
laws and their proper administration.
With respect to the last and perhaps most im
portant charge, from at least an international
point of view, namely that our merchants had
violated the terms of the lteciprocity Treaty with
the United States, this Government had already
taken some action before the last steamer left for
San Francisco, as you will observe by the enclosed
copies of a note which I addressed to His Excel
lency J. M. Comly, the United States Minister Uesi
dent, dated the 14th ulto., and the reply of His
Excellency dated 17th same. You will observe
that His Excellency's reply is very full and must
be conclusive to every unprejudiced mind that no
breach of the lteciprocity Treaty in the manner
suggested is possible, whilst we all know as a mat
ter of fact that no fraudulent shipments whatever
of foreign rice or sugar from these Islands to the
United States are made.
Copies of this correspondence were handed to
His Excellency H. A. 1 Carter, His Majesty's
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotenti
ary to His Majesty the King of Portugal, and he
was instructed to remain a short time iu Washing
ton, :nd make such use of the corresi ondence,
combined with his ersonal assurances, as would
be most likely to accomplish the desired object of
refuting the grossly erroneous statements which
had leen published.
I can hardly doubt that he will succeed in doing
bo. His Majesty's Government will however con
tinue to furnish its Jieprcscutatives iu Washing
ton with such information, suggestions and in
structions as may apiear best calculated to remove
the bad impression these erroneous statements are
likely to produce in foreign countries, and iu
doing so will continue to look for assistance from
the Merchants and Planters of the Islands as
represented by the Chamber of Commerce.
1 have the honor to remain, gentlemen
Your most obedient, humble servant,
W. J.I. GliEKN,
Minister oj t'orei'jn Alfnir,
No. '1. Dtl'AUlMENT ok Foui-.iun Affaihs.
Honolulu, Decemiier. Hth. 1NI. )
h'.srfllenctf Jume.H M. Comly, I'. .S. Minister
Sib : I have had placed in my bauds this morn
ing a copy of the Postoii morning journal of Nov.
llth last in which is an article headed " The Haw
aiian Treaty." One paragraph reads as follows :
"Our Treasury authorities, from investigations
"that they have made, have no doubt that the
increase" of the exports of Sandw ich Island
"sugars in that year. (lS) which reached an
" excess of twenty millions over the usual export
"came to the United States from China through
the Sandwich Islands."
As I lielieve that your Excellency has made
official enquiry as to whether foreign sugars have
ever been imported into the Sandwich Islands and
fraudulouslv shipied to the l'nited States as
Sandwich Island sugars, 1 would respectfully
ask Your Excellency to state whether iu your
opinion this has been done during the continuance
of th lteciprocity Treaty.
I take this opportunity to renew the assurances
of the high respect and consideration with w hich
I have the honor to 1
Most obdt. humble servant,
( Signed ) W. L. Gkkkn,
Minister of Fortijn Affiiirs.
No. 214. Lkoation or the United Stati s
Honolulu,' 17th Deceuiler. j
Sin: I have the honor to acknowledge the
receipt of your No. '2. dated, 14th which (through
no fault on your part) did not reach me until to
d.iv. My correspondence with the Foreign Otfice will
show that the attention of this le gation was early
directed to the possibility of frauds upon the
United States revenue through the shipment of
Chinese or other foreign rice or sugar to the
United States as Hawaiian products free by Treaty.
" The subject has received vigilant attention lioth
at the l'nited States Consulate and at this Lega
tion, und the Hawaiian authorities have earnestly
co-oirated. The Slate llepartment has received
accurate and full information, pats of which may
le found in 17'.. Foreign delations, p. .Irjy ; t."vM).
d. p. : " Monthly Iteports of Commercial
Helations No. 10.. August. ISM. p. ,".'l ; also in
Consular Keports t-m bodied iu Commercial liela
tions, each year since the Treaty.
Ilesidcs these, other unpublished dispatches, not
proper for reference here.
You call my attention specifically to an article
in the Itoston journal of Nov. l:?th in which it is
stated that "Our ( United States! Treasury nut hor-
itit-s. from investigations that they made, have
" no doubt that the increase of the Sandwich
" Island Mtgars in that year ( Inso, w hih reached
"an excess of twentv millions on the usual exjMirt.
"came to the United States from China, through
" the Sandwich Islands " and you ask mo to state
whether I believe this is true.
In this cas. I think the Uoston Journal is mis
taken. The high character of the ., " makes
it proper t.- give reasons, as well as state that
which I believe to 5 the fact:
1. The natural increase iu the sugar production
of the Islands, stimulated by the Treaty, fully ac
counts for all the increase, and a still farther in
crease in It I. of the export
J. There has been no public or private informa
tion of anv considerable amount of Chinese sugar
leaving Chin for the.se ports, or being brought
into the Sandwich Ki-inds no such quantity as
rju million pound, or anywhere near that, iu all
the years in sum since the Treaty went into effect.
'1 he total amount of Chinese and all foreign sugar
brought iu t::e S.ndwicl; l-l:tnd mkc- t!i Tr.-.tty
went :r: i : ct n i i. riJ to me font otlici.il
so a roes at y.l'C i-vm j,". -. f the tot '-1 valise of :W1.
::. No -.i-h f .' nd c , i! ! h ivc !" c-t: o-mvimns .ted
without t!: o ::li:v !
of : . t::.tr . - - -
pt i ;ws U.t.. .-!.;
4. 1 1,- t :.i:-.-d -. .
tb ,i In- will I., k :;
bro ir.'.t l.etv from".:' I
i . f all th-- His tii .n and
a:: i 'u.-""i:i li .usi-ntlicials
. s-eaki.iti addition iotixe
- tiie V. .-t: i".
., . .:i-al l- '-s j'.i....-u::oi d
,i.v aint till liuretitied sv j ir
me!it ' f fr '.'.l'l. . !.ii t 1" r.
1 t..e-.' i.:i'..; i '.il:;! i
.'. 1 v. . , '.. r-
:.:..! :i;. it. , l : t..-.t :: . .,:t
iiiitt. d. ;iia !i: .1 1 re '.:
j't under s'.ri.-t arveii-
...; evs ;-y re-idt-nt
1'i-r . :! - :;d j, ci
.: :r ..id si: '11 1-j nun
.(so adv iiit.tL;e"Us to
be rutcj in Its tenure by the Utmost
0. lhe Chnu.-e suar would be inferior, and
would not br.ng .SnaAicit l.- !md prices, or p ss
fur S:t!idwich Island sUL'ai.
7. There is n ll-Awaiian T-trid of two a.d o.ie
Lalf cent- p.-r jund ott -ill foreicu r.ee nnd
SQg.tr except tt:-.- i. I.ited SVAtes. It '.VoUld be
cheaper to p i the United Stales d-lty. than to
pay the Hawaiian dutv ami the co-.t of tranship
ment, repacking, and other legitimate expenses to
say nothing of "" . 1 : -1 1 ino:uy."
f. Every jnuind of sugar ship;ed from these
l-h-.n.is to the United States as Hawaiian product,
i required to l,e invoiced to the name of the
plantation producing it, and by a recent regula
tion these in Volies are required to be separate and
separai-. ly sAoi u to: so th it every pound of sugar
can 1- traced to the plantation upon which it is
alleged to have been produced, and any fraudu
lent .d.lltioii or substitution is liable to aliuo-t
e rial.: discovery.
If. notwithstanding all these and other reasons,
there still remains some opportunity for fraud un
known to me. 1 will take it -.s a great favor to Ik?
informed m the matter, fn in any quarter whatso
ever. I do not wish to l ir.i-lvrsr.o-id, i l stating these,
facts anil reasons, as ei: her favoring or disfavor
ing the Treaty. It is my business to coiutuuni-.
cate accurate information to the United States
Government, as to those matters iu my charge.
The Government Ci.nnot proceed intelligently m
any aifair with distorted tacts to go upon. Some
facts niiiv go for. and some bear against. I have
nothing to do with that. It is my duty to commu
nicate all. for and against, with as much accuracy
as lies in my power, regardless of preconceived
theories or pvrson il wishes.
lieiiewiug the assurances of my highest con
sideration and iespect. 1 am,
most Obedient humble servant
(Signed) James M. Comlt,
(". S. Minister.
His Excellency Wm. E. Green, Minister of For
OUR PARIS CORRESPONDENCE.
Pauls, Dkc. 2S, 1SS1.
The Deputies, when they r.ree on the stage,
their unanimity ie wonderful ; thej have agreed
to demand o higher salary than 12,500 f. a year,
as that en m is inadequate to meet the wear and
tear of Parliamentary life. They are a good way
behind Billy Pitt, whom Byron states ruined
Great Britain gratis. One journal irreverently
suggests that the representatives ought only to
receive supplemental remuneration, and that ex
clusively, Iroui their conetituetits, in the annual
form of jwurboire. or tips, like garcms in cafes,
and the race domestic in general. These local
contributions would 6erve to remind M.I Vs how
far they were esteemed by the sovereign people.
It is a cardinal principal of democracy, that the
laborer is worthy of his hire.
Public opinion that is M. Gambetta, or Julius
or Vitcllius Ciesar, as his antagonists dub him
when they are in the insulting mood and that
is generally every day in the week, Sunday in
eluded has decided that M. Roustan return to
the place fiotu whence lie cauie only lie liaa
been enjoined to purge, leave off &aek, and live
clean. He muet have no more felons for attaches
and confidential secretaries ; and if he be resolved
to throw his handkerchief at any ol their wives, it
must be done not to shock the virtuous popula
tion of Tunisia, or llochcfort. or a Parisian turv.
I us iu the latter case tsuch might again involve a
! ........ ...I. ... -.ml ii.iiint:itiln n viuit s.T tiia r-ti-miitsn
Ull T llliuil, miu ..a-i.e7c. . w ... ai'i iat.
ol the jury to condole witli M. Roustan for allow
ing the law to take its course. After Brutus
condemned his sons to death for a street row ,
Alcibiades was banished for tying tin kettles to
dogs' tails, and practising vivisection on that
caudal appendage, he retired lo his private apart
ments, aad wept as bitterly as St. Peter.
To be revenged on Gambetta 8 new departure
from the immortal principles of 1793, by his
bending Roustan back to Tunis instead of to the
guillotine, the liitransiycants have found their
man and the occasion to confound the politics of
Gambetta. At all times a personage or a corpse
proved one-hall ol the success of a politic,!1 agita
tion or a revolution. How many eminent Repub
licans to-day, Irom Gambetta downwards, have
made their fortune by trading on the death of
Baudin ? The No-surrender Rads. have taken
up Major Labordere as a fit and proper candidate
to represent Paris in the Senate. In 1877, when
MacMahon the First was Stale-mated by Gam
betta, he considered for a short time the possi
bility of executing a little coup d'ttat. General
Mirabel drew up a plan, as Trochu did of the
siege of Pari9. to realize the Marshal's fee law
fuui views. Owing to the Ministers defining to
stake their heads and fortunes on the game, the
stroke of statesmanship became a fiasco. But
Mirabel retained the credit of the affair, and also
Major Labordere lor throwing up his sword,
sooner than execute secret orders against the
Republicans. Mirabel is now in Abraham's
bosom, being a ctif of chffs at the War Office,
while Labordere it at the plough like Cinem
natus. There R ochefcito and Co. have sought
In iu , and throwing him tit Gaiubetta's head,
invite th" Romans to look at this picture, and on
that. Gambetta has no end of flies iu his oint
ment, and, to augment his misfortunes, the am
bassadors have resolved to dine him to death.
Only Gambetta fills the public eye ; occasion
ally lhe existence of M. Grcvy is remembered by
his cuunter-bigning official acts, and resolutely
holding out against the use of the guillotine, as
tending to diminish the population of France
lhe worst use a man can be put to is to hang
hiin. Better send Bill Sykcs and his Nancy to
New Caledonia to pass their honeymoon, become
exemplary farmers, and give hostages to fortune.
The Ministers arc overshadowed by Gambetta
so much the better for them is the eclipse. It is
rumored that in respect to Tunisian Levy, that
John Bull will take that out of Roger Bon temps
when negotiating the commercial treaty.
Christmas festivals passed off very well ; the
Acw York IhraUI's weather clerk obligingly
secured us a special frost that sent pains and
; aches out of many bones, and plenty into others.
; lhe failed calf was extensively killed, and also
j the fattened pig. as every part of that " angel "
! us Mons-dct in his ode to the porcine race o
i affectionately addresses the mother of seven
! eucking youngsters ready for an auto da fe forms
: a bonne bouche at Christmas Kve suppers. The
j institution ol Christmas is taking root in France
I indeed it was anciently common to Frunks and
! Saxons. Concierges back up the innovation, ex
I pecting an overture tip to New Year's Day.
j Germany sent numerous Christmas trees, with
j toys to hang from the boughs. Paris supplied
j tho snow and ice in the form of bonbons. The
! Alsatians had their Xikl file, and their caps bad
i as many black ribbon streamers as would make
: the fortune of half a dozen German mercery
j 6torcs. The midnight masses were very well
attended. 1 happened to bear the Church, and
' for reward obtained a private entrance-card to
! St. Eustuche, wheie the finest music is to be
i heard, and the best of organs; it played once
j upon a time when Napoleon made his prisoner,
! Pius VII., celcbr- te mass in that basilic. At
i the midnight mass the music executed, called
! a .V"(. is generally by Adam; it is deliciout.lv
i sweet, and the emotions awakened are in keeping
! with the Son that unto us was given. The altar
' is fully lighted up. Faure sang the solos never
did I he:irbis baritone voice to greater advantage ;
! he was iu the organ loft, and had only a single
candle to read by ; he ljoked weird-like, as one
! of the magi out of place. The chorus was very
1 effective, only it was out of season to applaud.
' What a terrible state of thing it would be were
; aconrezati n conceded the right to disapprove?
Already pi ju- souls exercise the privilege of going
to sleep, and sleep according to Sanson is an opin
ion. Rather let us agree with Sydney Smith, that
' some Boanerges take sin out of their congrega
! lions, as the Creator did Kve from Ailm DJ
casting them into a deep sleep. At the midnight
service many people, especially the young, par
took of the Holy Sacrament. On quitting the
church, there was a crowd of roughs outside,
, who indulged in hooting the congregation to the
; air of the " Marseillaise.'" mingled with vivas for
the Republic. France has much lee-way to make
up in the matter of toleration.
Hugo's IJO'S " has been dramatized by Paul
' Meunice, and the Uaite" Theatre has brought it
out. It is a sad spectacular piece, revealing
; vividly the terrible civil war in La Vendee be
tween the Whites (Royalists) and the Blues
(hepublie.u,.). There is pitiless massacre on
the MJe -1 tne Whites, and the otcrnost retribu
tion dealt out by the Bine. All the artisic
even thoe-e in the bumhle-t riVes are Ert-ela'9.
There is a carnae-scerte where the dead are strewn
alter tr.e manner ol the battle-field in "Michel
-.ro.rii. Uue ea-etivt
part I ti at where the
ln'I uolic ilis advaue
Marseillaise " a
t the bgiit s!:ij.i.-;i. ( he
few Vi.ilevs ate heur.l
retrain if dimm.oi.ed bv one-halt
till it!, er v..l:.-
ur.J l..e c:kuu cease. 1 ,eic is a ir :gi.tiui m-
- - ----..-i.v,.
cti.u.aiy scene, wane a la-.-itieal Itjailsi
saves in ne Repu'oh.-an citildien, while he is cryuv
t a-t ie rot ! I ne Court-martial is very sad !
brave Republican General effects the cschj uf
the marquis lor his geoerous act, aud takes his
place iu the cell ; the aumieiuent o! n,e Judges is
immense when the unexpected prisoner is brought
be!ore the.u , the Delegate ol the Convention is
there, and its deciees are 1 .rural ; the eentiiuetiul
officer is condemned to death ; the condemned
duly ascends the t.igjid h.r then the liuiiloiine.
constituted part ol cue baggage of an armv ; the
soldiers itupiore the pardon i,t their Geneial ; the
Delegate rciusts. and. when the head la He. he
commits suicide. Robespierre, ao cool asacucuui
; bei, aDd the most exquisite of dandies ; Dauton,
all fuss and thunder; and Murat, a raw-head
. aud bloody-bones looking individual are dulv
represented, and historically accurate. '
Some publicists np se tlie creation of the thirty
new lady colleges, as the result would be simply
to unsex the lair creatures. A philanthropist is
sacrificing himself to dissect the evils of servant- 1
dom, where masters aod mistresses promise to
i disappear in that struggle for life; he invited
authenticated cases of tyranny on the part of
domestics, and of their bad Conduct in general :
he declares a van would hardly contain the con
tents of his Post-office Box.
Financial authorities are preparing the goyos ;
of the monetary world lor a possible krach. on
the ground that the prices of shares are lur iu
excess ol their real value. It is a bad sign to see
a new class of hanks beiog created that to come
to the rescue ol other banks when corne'ed."
: The supply of ready money iu France appears to
. be unlimited, but it is invested in something like
! bubble securities commerce, industry, aud agri-
! culture come hardly in for the crumbs which fall
1 fr om the table. ,
! Bergeret hinieelf," as a famous despatch j
. announced in the opening days of the Commune,
j when that proof-reader became general without
j ever having set a battalion in the field, set out to
i take Mount Valerian, has ever refused the am- I
: nesty, allegirg it vyas Thiers, MacMahon, &s.,
that ought to implore pit i dm from the Com
munists. Madame Bergeret has obtained a sepa
tion from her husband on accouut of desertion,
and living in the United States with a milliner
circumstances which may also explain his re-
luctance to come home.
E. S. CTJNHA,
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
.V THE REAR OF HAWAII AH GAZETTE BUILD-
liVG, NO. 23 MERCHANT STREET.
jan 1 81
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AMI COMMISSION
Oil A NTS,
Corner oi Kurt and Merchant Streets.
jao 1 81 ly
Freight ani Generti SMppinj Clerk,
ALL ORDERS LEFT AT E. P. AD UPS Al CTIOX
ROO.H WILL BE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
MRS. J. SIMMONS,
VOCAL IXSTKUMEXTAL MUSIC,
No. 31 Beretania Street.
(ieiieniS Business Agent
CoIIcc. Ac counts,
HONOLULU, H. I.
PHYSIGIAiH ft SoRGEON
Kristiania . University, Norway,
o. 12 Kukni strert, opposite the Lyteom.
OFFICE HOURS :
t'RO.M 9 TO 12 A. I AXO FROM C TO
8 I. M.. KXCEHT St'XDAVS.
IT M I G IX X3 E U Xj. JS
8 8 KINU STKKKT, OVKR I.YNCH'S SHOK STORE.
SPECIFICATIONS DRAWN UP!
Mrrhnnicul nml Suivryor'a Drniight
I'.X Dour, nuil Plans C'oualriirle-d
fro in FirM Notes.
IREMII, ITALIAN, GI'.RMA.V, PAMSlI,
PORTILIESE AD CHINESE.
I it'tters and Documents
Written in the above languages.
XT ALL TRANSLATIONS GUARANTEED
Jinitl It-ci'cl Searched unci
nol2J Ifc.niiicMitrt lten lstercd. I3
W. C. BORDEN,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
LAD IKS' AND GENTS' HOSIERY,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Ladles. Gent i. Cliildrra's Boots i Sbors,
GROCKRIKS ANU CANNED GOODS,
Hardware. Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipe Yankee Notion.
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3(1, 32. AND 34 FRONT STREET.
H I L Q, tl A. W All.
toylS 60 ly
Medical & Surgical Nurse
Graduate of King College Ho-pital. I.coUcm, England.
ltoj.il lying it. ilupital, Edinhargb, Scotland
HKrllitCK lAL'OA VAl.LE,' ROAD, near
tjr Address car Geoi.ra pogt office.
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
t ?V ' Lt.MiTIIV. II !. PKlt
V A K I
at KM I or .e 1.. rr:rc ii-t
A ..r i .
I. GKKFN. or
W i u FAKLANK Co
A-rul f r Johu Fowler A
KISTLER & SMITH,
NO. Stf HOTKL STREET,
Iliiiiiljeiss .fc Grtislattei!s,
Stoves & Ranges.
TIN, SHEET IROV COPTER WIRE,
Keep Con.tantty on hiaj a Large and Superior Aaaurtmrnt of
UALVIMZEI) I0 and LEAD TIPE.
1 IIAE THIS DAY
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, &
F. D'A. MARQUEZ.
HON I'sl'O, K AC HAWAII.
August 12th, 1SSI. aug27.6tn
IT I H K ! I
Matnealt A. I rban Safes,
l ire-proof, Eire 4. Burglar Proof, A. Burglar Proof,
smaller sizes constantly oh hand.
Orders for I.arjre Sues Filled at Shortest otlce.
Old Safes Taken Iu Exchange.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dorniaut, and Combination Beani Scales!
Tr For Trices sntl C'irrulars, write lo
C. O. BKIIGKK,
General Apent for the Hawaiian Islands.
E. C. THOMAS.
l-!"-i-t.r -' sJ- JL i.tsi v.:,. '
; BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
1.RTICtII.AR ATTKXTIOX PAID TO
Setting i'leain Doilers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovent and
Knnires. and all kindsof Ileatitie Atiiaratus. Also, Variegated
, Concrete Hidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execa-
i ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Address through the Post Ofllce Jn 1 81
Notice to Travellers!
MR. M. P, WOOD
HAS BE K.N APPOINTED AGENT AT
MAHUKONA and KOHALA
S. F. k HOXOLILU TIlffiFHE (0.
OFFICII AT DR. WIGHT'S STORK.
V3T Baggage landed from the Steamer
and Delivered as per Aaddress :
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
T XX X3
" Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
8 0 KING STKF.ET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness cf all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary fur slHiilr use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XJT Repairing of every description d'ine in the heat possible
tdantier, with the nest materials, at lowen workmen s rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
t- Look for the " Big Collar!" iS
jal 31 t
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT,
At No. 144 Fort Street, opposite the
HEW GOODS ! HEW GOODS ! !
riMIE UNDERSIGNED H AS J LSI' RECKIVKU
1 direct from fhi'sdeliihia and t il.r-.iia Manufacturers,
a Tery Suiieriur Ajsnrtment of
Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes
Gentlemen's & Youth's Boots & Shoes.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
ALL THE ABOVE AT LOW PRICES FOR CASH
FIRST CLASS BOOTS & SHOES !
FOR LADIES, GENTLkMEN and CHILDREN.
GIVE IE J CALL !
d3l lm FRANK GERTZ
CHOICE CMFOMu STOCK
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
SUPERIOR OURHEM COWS
12 Well-Bred Fresh Calved Milk Cows,
NOW ON HAND AT THE KAL1HI RANCH.
Hawaiian Hotel, '
n 1 1
r. t; . t.i -. . ,- t i , . f -as i. -
irsaVi -' 1 L
JUST RECEIVED !
,i heccut AmraU, a Larje Lot of CUOICK
O A TS. IIK AV, II A H l-KY.
CORN. C.KOl."l BIKI.KV,
II A V. I II'.. KTtV KTC.
Toitn roi: ( AMI.
ALSO. KX. KAI.AK tl'A. TWO OK
Putnam & Co.'s Spring Brake
Carts, Easy, Light and
aod arc e Msth SsprtUr ! the Ordinary Tw.
Hhrelrd Carls a a Light Bagg)
I la an tlx Cart.
HfHsTE & CO.,
. AM IRESII, r.M MADE EVERY HI..
?ORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH of OUR BUSINESS,
Will Guarantee to Please with Oar Goods
IF Til KY
GIVE U A CAIJL !
RAUPP & SCHRAEDER,
.elT ly N's. US llslel Mrrri.
lESI'Et'TFi:LLY IN FORM TII K I'CII
J.V I.1C that they hare urchatd Hie KsialilUliment
NO. 137 KOIiT SI1..
S. D. Burrows' Planing Mill
And are now fireiarrd lo carry on f..e hiwlurs n
Coiilraetors & lliiilIcrs
Uuder the rorMrative name of
PLANING r.lILL ! !
127 FORT NT.. HONOLULU.
And that by strict attention to business thry will be war.
raott-d In reducing prices to a standard that will make It ao
Inducement lor all parties wishing any work in their line to
give them a call, and they will use their best rndearnrt to
Planing, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Iors, Sash, ltlladu,
Door and Window Framrs,
llrarkrts, BallastfrH, Stair, Etc.,
Mad to Order
MOULDINGS & FINISH
ALWAYi ON II ANU.
IU All orders 11 1 led on short notice, and Jobbing promptly
Mouldings made to any pattern without extra charge fur
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
I- Orders from the other Islsndi promptly Oiled. Plan
aod specifications furnished to order.
V. J. II All I) EE.
II. F. HER TELMANN.
II ONOIjU x xj
HIS OWN MM I
By reading of the vebiclen of the nation! of (be
Antique World, we learn that their chitriot wbeelg
were made of solid blocks of wool, eimiUr to tboso
made up by the schoolboy of to-day In bis first
effort at carriage miking ; and it must be said,
notwithstanding the progress made in the means of
locomotion in these modern times, the primitive
solid block wheels are still io u?e iu the wine grow
ing Islands of the Eastern Atlantic, and on the
coast of Africa. However,
M. J. ROSE,
in bis tstabliehment on King Street, offers the
finest specimen cf modern art in carriage manu
facture. He presents the farthest remove from tb
solid block, io the production of the most perfect
combination of lightens and strength in bit
wheels, and ibVr the most surprising results of
vehicular mechanism in bis admirable
lllulc Csirt, :ma
MR. ROSE imports the beat of Eastern
timber, and executes all orders in the
most thorough, workmanlike man
ner. He has also opened a
and will fill orders for
Fine Single :ml
ill ii I e lluriicstt,
And nil kinds of
Plantati on HaincsM
As we are frugal in our style, we can
afford to sell cheap. You caa go farther
and fare worse than by calling on
M. J. ROSE,
aog27.tf Sos. 8, 81 Ji S3 KMC STREET.