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P A C I I'M C C O M M M ll R C I A L A U V E K T I S E It, .1 A X U A U Y 28, 1882.
JANUARY .it. l.
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Letter No. 73. Inio.v. Due. h
REMIXISCENCE.S OK Til K KINO.S VISIT
During King KaUkaaj'sj u iu Kurje l.iot
ucumer, the writer of tK MOr hs iti il-uly
receipt of gr.t uniiil-r of Itt-r-i and !?,
papm from IUljr. Fraac. H ljum. fiiriuany,
Atutri. Spain, porta'u!. KnUr..l un l fj.t
lanJ. cunt-u&ing li"ripti-n, of His Mnj'-f-'s
tonr in thtt countries, from which tL !... al
ProteM lt.r'' f.r T Iaih.- Commie
cm l. AiTKTt4C wrr- onitil-.L Although,
at th time, no tlrta.U f inir.ort.tn'-- rrr ou.jt
Htill namUr of iut-r--fin. l.nt iniuor
not- tvaJ itfoiH b. t ? I.ii.l a -.i.l- f..r futur
nj io ln haj tini. Th j.r. s tit l tt-r i-
therefore, th ontcotu of thi-t i-.sfje.ii.' uiuttr.
which, en at thit .Io.. will till int. rot H.
wraiiaa ri.I-r. .Sn ftr Ins mv,.l at Xij-I
th Kiag rceiT.tI I. tl. r from f '.-rural ;.iri
beJ.li. of which th follow iu i n tr.ti..sli.tin
from tt original Itvliju : Sir, f .-. ) , ri
honor! by jonr lii-l lttr. an-l for wh.ch I
thank you. ToK,-thrr with mjr wifr, I I you
ami your fracion ('i)nwirt thtiMi. wish
for m happy anil proron Ufa M w. ll M mir
aympatLy for your nation. I Mia M. V. I-v.
no.. Ci. 0aiALDf." Thi l.tt.-r M -rompunie.
by an rxrII.'nt photoTij,, of th
inn. At th ivi'it; h-t.l
hi pictnr taken at th- ptiotorHphi- tuli of
Mauri Achilla, on whi'h oriotiti wr- Lin
anlriH nniforw. whil on th IU nt profile
portrait taken by I M'r;rit. at lan. by il.o
tric light, he U in the K,''l-""hroi.ltrt-l ('.turn!'
tmifonn, with wfD rat onb r on hi-. brt-ut.
When in n?rlin. 1 1 14 Majty, u t.riip.tnit 1
by Col. JaM, iitl th A'jaariam. On litii
hown the torj-lo-n-h, the lir.-tor al-l the
Kin if h wo;Iil like to rrrfie an electric
ahork from the finh. Hi Majtty ru.-,t..l
Col. JaJil to make th little eip-riui nt a. hi-.
anba'itaU. bnt th ':UUnt Col. al.no pr f. rr .l
to forrgo tht pleaurr. Afl-r th ktimI artilb ry
manTTirei brfor th Kin at Tet: l. on An
frnt let, a nnml rof th -ipIol-.l Lt lls w r
coIWtl a.4 rlic by th Hoyal pirty, an-l will
probably finl a prominent pl.icrt in the Nntioiial
Mrntfun at Honolnln. Ir. Heriiit;. a prom
inent merchant tailor at Ilremen. who hit al
ready aapplied the Kinwitb nuit-tan-1 nniforiu-t,
run eiprerttily to IUr'in to take his m nsnre for
out new ordt-r. On thi.4 orcaion he recrire!
hia appointment a Iarvrynr to Hi Majesty,"
with the pririlege of OMUg the Hawaiian coat
At Vienna the chief of Ii-e hail pl.tre.l a
number of iletective near the Hot. I ImjK riuI
when the King toppl. iu or-U-r to prevent nn
aathorized interviewers nr HtiHorurs from
intruding on Hia Mj'tr. One btr the de
tective noticed a man loitering xut in a tm-pic-iona
manner ; being of a dark complexion
and carrying m small package in Lin hand he
waa at once nnnpcctnl of Ijeing perhnpa a Ha
waiian nihilist. armd with a rocoannt fall of
dynamite. He waa promptly arretted, taken to
the atation and aerrhil. when it apiearel that
thia aiwpected regicidf wan the harmless inventor
of a new kind of a tea nrn. which he wan anxious
to ahow to the King. Mr. Theodore Neninan,
tha court pnblioher of loka of art at Vienna
presented Hi Majety with a larye illnstrated
historic work on the Amtro-Hangurian army.
A boat a year ago )Orr Neumann ' brother,
coming from Australia had been presented to
the King at Honotula, when the latter ex
preaaed the wish of having anch a lHk, being
already in poa-Miion of aiimlar works on the
French and KnglUh ariuies. frhe King'a
popularity at Vienna waa ao great that for weeks
after hia departure a one act couiedy, entitled
Kalakaoa in Wien, " continaetl to draw full
hoaaea at one of the anmmer theatres. A ' Ka
blkana March" haa alao been published, which,
however, it is Haiti, awakens a lively wih in ull
hearer to emigrate as quickly as possible to the
During the King ntay iu Kurojc all the
Kngliah and continental illn-ntrateil jonrnals jTf
liahed portraits, mostly very good of Hi Muj
eaty, and in ome instances of the Qneen, as
well aa view of Hawaiian life and Kcenery. I
also have lying before me a unmlx-r of the Cor
i4 Erop, revista nineiil. el intra o do
Rrnil ; pullish'd at Ij-vUm, and d itnl An
last 31, which ri.nt.ii 11 s not only the Kind's
portrait, with n article "A th-i Siu.li h. e
O rei Il.tvid K.Ukaa,t I., " but also a well
euratr.l portrait ol ronuiel (!.irl.. Il.i-.t-
In's Ju ld. " wltU'll ill the lo.l.tl.il fe.ttlirrs
of Hi Majety s Chutolrlain to great adv.nt
age. The Mct-otir Nt'iyiir bi r;r:pi al is illvi
highly couil'Iino nt.iry.
In regard l th tnvc!iv" exxii. of llie
Royal party whilf iu lviroe it may l well !
atate that at Iar;.. Jl. tlin. Vieini.i -n..l Madrid
ail hotel bills eil no r:nU. sd f.vrn in tli
respective nutries, vrtr paid from the !'V.d
trtfe!iug puifce ; wlii.e l-ll at I.lidou a lid at
I jlin all eieite t re l; n- by th" fiovirn
n nta of (ireut Ilrit-kiu rand Portugal r jH ctiv. lv.
Duriug the nrcotid stay t the Jyal party at
Pari preliminary arrng-inputs were made for
anpplying Hawaii with 5 and l'lceut nickel coin.
The material will probably be rtnpplied from the
great nickel mine of count U'llamute, Ha
waiian Conanl-General at Ilrnsel ; whilst the
roina will be atmck in Kngland or America. At
Pari Hi. Majesty also h'ul a Hjxcial order or
meilal atmck. in commemoration of hi travels in
1474 and 11. in nhaie; of an fe-pointcd star,
hanging from a red and white Hilk ribKn ; a
ilver artoll aliove bear the figure 174 and
1341 engraved on it. ts-Iow which, stands the
motto "Faithful and True. ' In the centre is
small enamelled globe, of half an inch in
diameter, moving on two points, and showing a
miniature map of the world, including the Ha
waiian Island, naturally very distinctly. Only
eight specimen of this order have been struck
for distribution to the King' traveling com
panion : Mesan. Domini, Karcna, Armstrong.
J add, Macfarlane. Hoffnnng and Oehlhaffcii.
and one for Hi Majesty himself.
The Iaat present received by the King in
Europ. and one he will probably prize very
highly came from II. It. II. the Prince of Wales.
I: was delivered ou the d.ty 1 fore leariuir !n
don and consist if v ry large photograph of
the rrince. It by '11 inches iu sie, in a solid
ilver frame, with the ISriti-.li armorial Itenrings
ia relievo on top and the Prince iiionogr-iui
below. On the frame is written the K.v.tl nut
graph. Albert Edward. 4n!y. 1H.S1, V. U.
Ikttkk No. 74. Dec rt, lvl.
KMIOEATIOX TO HAWAII.
The British bark Er! Dalhousie, chartered iu
the name of the Hawaiian (ioverntuetit, sailed
on the 3J iust. from St. 31ichaels. Azores, with
322 Portuguese on board for Honolulu. This is
the 5th emigrant vessel despatched by Mr.
Hoffnnng. the energetic commissioner for the
Hawaiian Kingdom. The other were the
Evenscraig with 419 emigrant. Highflyer w ith
323, Suffolk with 4CD, the Highflyer ( 2.1 trip )
with 339 ; making a total so far of l.f77 Portu
guese emigrant forwarded to Houoluln by Mr.
Hoffnnng. I just hear that the Queensland (5-ov-ernment
haa sent out Mr. Kafferty as a special
delegate to confer with the Indian authorities u
Coolie emigration to that colony ; Mr. IiarTci ty
ha just arrived at Calcutta.
FfRHOS L NOTK.
AX the Foreign OfS-e. teis will sn W taken
to relieve sir Arthur Gordon of a portion of his
responsibilitie in the dual duties a (loveruor
0f Zealand and High Commissioner of
th Fiji Isiands, especially in respect to the
latter capacity. I hear that Sir J. Pope II a
nnj will be relieved next year in the Governor
ship of Hongkong, and that Sir II. T. Irving,
late Governor of Trini.Lul. will probably sut
edbim." Mr. Alderman M'Arthur, 31. P.. late
Mayor of this city, who in this capacity ex
tended o boapitable a reception to King Kala
kaoa last aummer, has left England for a tour in
the EaaC H wiI' Tisit 'JI' an'1 prolibly
Paleatine. General von Derken. who u Gov
ernor of Berlin, daring the King visit to the
capital of Germany, ha just been appointed to
tka command of the 29th Division. Prince
Leopold, Dake of Albany, waa iustalUsl as Past
Grand Master of the Mark Degree m Iree
IlllllUIII'.Ut l'.ll of th'
ir.i!id M.trk l.le.
THK S S MMIOO.
arrived in th- Thames on tue ;tli in.f. f:.io
Shanghae. This i-. the f.r-t of a foliar line of
t-:t:ii rs tin. i r the Oiinet-e flag for arryii:u on
a direct trade ltw. . t, 1 1. 1 - country an. I (')iina.
The M.-if.H brought a car-.'o of .'.' t-ns of t-a.
Is-mg the f,r-.t Chiite-M- aI .tin r to di--harg. at
the L-!id n d 'w ks. 1 h re w re al-w fn litrd
pii-v ii r- M- -iv Ltj?j hi Ting and I.i.tTi' Sm
I n. tlie managers 'f K Ii' -v a--.'" i it to be es
tablished her.. The undertaking will he co:u
iik in rl uilh a ca ital f KK , a!id counts
a!Jing its shareholders home of th- most
prominent merchants and eitji.t.ilists in China.
It may not - generally kno!i that the M-ifo
was formerly th'.- iron tark en-utha. whieh
was stranded on C ij- Shantung and aft-rwai Js
got o'Jitnd tiken t-j.ShsngLie iu July
NoIF- AVD ICi.Mv
Ao 'HiLti l th hiug'w r. t:irn to Honolulu
from Lis tour round the world ( principally com
piled from the descriptions in The Pacific Com
VIS' tu AbvekTl-.ru ) hue appeared in runny
English arid continental journ ils, testifying to
the strtngth in vhii.h the memory of the King's
recent isit to this continent is held. Orti'-ial
accounts from Egypt state that this year's su
iTar crop prorn's. - to le excetiona!ly gor.l.
ly the I int tri oi th-- S. S Orient the overland
mail was land-l iii South Australia in the nu
pr -el-titly short time of only thirty days from
Is-ing .ted h-r-. The new Orient S. K. C'o.'s
st'-amer Austral, 0,'j)t tons. f.,r the Australia
p.issetig r trad- was launched .it week nt the
yard of 31 ssrs John Eld r A: Co. This was one
of the large st amers on the st'M ks, ilisj t ted
ly the Ki'rg daring his visit to Gl.tvgo' in S-p-t
:nl r last. Messrs,. Money Wigram .V Sons
h te ..Iso arr.ingeil for the building on th Clyde
and on the To f three powerful steamship,
each of alioiit i.) tons. They will le coin-
p! t- 1 during th- it-t twelve months for service
on the Australian, line.
N . v a I. rws.
Keiir-Admiral Alg.-rnoii MT. lI.m Lyons, will
sail by mail steamer n-xt we-k for Panama to
join his tla-ship and relieve A-lmiral Stirlin?.
He takes with him C.ipt.tiu AiUh-son as his
Mag (aptain. Li ntciiant Algernon Thomits as
tl.tg Lieutenant, and Paymaster George Li-Me II
as private Secretary. The Triumph was still at
CiejtiindH by last accounts. II. M.S. Lapwing,
which sank the Ho Chung last April, has nr
rived horn- at Sh t-rne.ss from China. The
detached Squadron with the Koral Prince
passed Christmas ut Hotigkong, atil an illnuii
nation of the city took place iu honor of the
event. The German navy iu the South Pacific
now consists of th gunbo.-tts 3Iowe and Habieht
and the corvette Carola. The Habieht. 3 guus.
Captain Knhn. was at Jalillt, Marshall (iron p.
last October. The steam yacht Ceylon ha
passed the 3 le canal uud is now due at Horn
bay on January 1st, on her way round the world.
Some inor passengers joined at Alexandria,
making the total number on board alout -0.
HAW tit IX THK POSTAL CMOS'.
This will be the last letter from your European
o.rtesjKindent. forwarded at the old rate of jks;
age, fd. jH-r half ounce u Hawaii enter the
General Postal I'nion ou the 1st of January next.
The jiostal authorities have issued the following
notice : Prepaid eorresixiudcnce for that coun
try will then le subject to the following rate of
postage. : Letters. 4d. cr ' oz., postal cards,
IJJd. each, newspnp.-rs, 1-1. jx-r 4 oz. printed
pajH-rs and patterns. Id. j r 2 oz, commercial
papers, same as for printed pajx-rs, except that
the minimum charge willl.2d. Unpaid let
ter will le charged on delivery with double
postage. Letter, postal cards, newspapers,
commercial paM-r. printed paper and patterns
addressed to Hawaii may be registered. From
Germany the rate will Ih : Letters, 2D pf, post
al card 10 pf. each, and newspaper, commer
cial papers and pattern 5 pf.per 50 gramme.
The Chinese Classics.
COXFCCirS AND 3IENCIUS.
The grew t Clilnese age Mencius, or Taze
Yu, was a disciple of Confucius, and flour
iabetl ubout V) years before Christ. The
Master ami hi great Di.sciple occupied re
lation to each other .somewhat aualagous
to .SocrateH and Plato ; the Chinese and the
Greek sages II vl tig in their several countries
very near the atne perio:! of time ; but evi
dentl3 without the slightest knowledge of
each other. Confucius had a profound ana
lytic, rtocratic mind, anI was clear, terse
and concise in speech. Hi saying read
like the logo of the Hebrew mind. Meii
cius e-ially a- profound and Hiialyth; a
hi master, was much more argumentative
:iiiI ilifl'iis, and arue a case like one who
had 1 !! i trained i n t he subt let ies of Uouian
Ti v fourth volutin of the ('liine -e classics
is dcvte I to
THK WoUKS OK MKM n:s.
Mencius went to see King llvvtiy of Ia.'
aiig. llie King sail : Venerable Sir, simi
you have not coun'sl it ral to come h-rc a
distance f a thousand Ic l.THi mil.), may
I presume that ynu are provided with cmii
scls for the profit of my Kingdom 7 "
Mencius rcplicil : " Why must 3'ou, ()
King, use that wonl profit? What I am
provided with are counsel to promote be
nevolence and righteousness and these are
my only topic."
If you, O King, shall say what is to
be done for the profit of my Kingdom ? the
Ministers will say, what is to be done to
profit our families? and the inerior otllcers
and common teople will say, what is to be
done to profit ourselves? Superiors and in
ferior will try to snatch this profit, the one
from the other, and the Kingdom will be
What food for reflection in these word of
the Chinese sage, for those in Hawaii nei,
who consider that the chief hope of the wel
fare of tlii Kingdom i in some commercial
treaty, or business enterprise to promote
profit, and overlook works of benevolence,
the care of the sick and the poor of the
Mencius said again "OKing, there never
lias been a man trained to righteousness
who made hi sovereign an after considera
tion, lienevoleiice and righteousness, these
should lie your only themes. Why must
you use that word profit?"
Mencius, continuing hi counsel to King
Mwuy, said ' if the seasons of husbandry he
not interfered with, the grain will be more
than can le eaten. If close net are not
allowed to enter the tools and Hnds, the
fishes and turtles' wj. be more than can lie
cotisiim'.sl. If the axes ami bills enter the
forests only ut the prer time, the wood
will Ik more than can lie Used. When the
grain, and tisli, and turt e- are more than
can be eaten, und there i more wood than
can can le used, this enables the eop!c to
nourish their living, and bury their dead,
without any feeling gainst' any. This
condition in which tlu-AOpIe nourish their
living and bury their tiSid without any
feeling against any is the first step of royal
(or true) government."
What wisdom iu the above sayings of
the Chinese sage. How much they are
needed in Hawaii nei. We have destroyed
our forests for the sake of making money
or firewood, or by making utiwuo leases to
herders of cattle and goats; so that our
reservoirs of moisture and fruitfulness are
destroyed. Under present management, a
Imputation of .rs).iNi can destroy an Archi
elago. Under the wise regulations of the
Chinese sage, a million of people might
subsist in the Archipelago in abundance.
Consider the following profound and im
pressive word :
44 When peonle die of starvation and
disease, you (King Hwuy) you say : 4 It is
not owing tome; it is owing to the year.'
In what does this differ from stabbing a
man and killing him, ami then saying 4 It
was not I, it was the weapon?' Cease,
King, to lay the blame on the year, and
then from all the empire the eople will
come to you."
King ilwuy said to Mencius: 44 I listen
to your instructions."
Mencius replied : 44 Isthereauy difference
between killing a man with a stick and
with a sword ? " The King said there was
44 Is there, then, any difference between
doing it with a sword and with the admin
istration of government?" 41 There Is no
M.-nry at the h-t!f-vcnr!v
w i rc
i kingdom now. would sav tie r- i-
I ence i.eiwt-cn Killing a man l" tin- ea
i or n -irb-ctfu! Iiainl:iiiir of a 'pistol. .; .-.
. mal-admiuistratioii : that h.- li. -'
small-pox or other lis. i.,.. In . i : i,. r . ;i
i it is manslaughter.
! Melli-Hls Weill to r-ee KilCT S '! !:
, King inquired of him abruptly: Low .-an
j my kingdom be settled ? ' Mencius rep i.-d :
J 4 It wid ie settled by t.cinir united under
i one sway or govcrni icr intluem-e .' ''
Then iiMjuind the King: Who cans.,
j so unite it '.' ''
Mencius replied "He who has noj.ha-
sure ill the destruction t wu-ting r pa-ing
j away.' if men." "All the people of the
J kingdom will unanimously give it (t!o
j settling influence) to hilll. Do you. n
i King, understand tin- way of th- growing
j gram? During the seventh and eiglito
! month, when drought prevail,, the plants
j become dry. Then the clouds collect den -ly
j iu the heavens they send down torrent- .f
i rain, and the grain ere ts it If, a- if by n
I shoot. When it does -o. who can keen it
! . 1 . .....
oacw . -ow among nie siu-piier i-. or
officers of your kingdom, there is n..t one
who fhttn nitt tUul jjfiixiirfi hi thv ti'-lit.(j i if
the jk ojilf . If there wen found one who
did not find pleasure in the decline of tin
jeople, all the people of the kingdom would
look toward- him with out-tit -tched necks.
Such being indeed the ca-c, (he people
would flock to him, as water Hows down
wards with u rush, w hich no one i an re
press." The King said : ' What virtue must there
Ik to the attainment of sovereign sway ? "
Mencius answered: "The love and pro
tection of the people. With this, there is
no power which can prevent a ruler from
attaining the sovereign .-way."
King Seang a.-ked again : I- such a one
as I competent to love and protect the
tenple?" Mencius said 4 Yes." l'ruin
what lo you know that I am competent ?"
Mencius said : 4 I heard the following from
Hoo Hei : You, the King, said he, was
sitting aloft in the hall, when i man ap
peared leading an ox past the tower part of
it. You, () King, saw him. and asked
4 Where is the ox going?' The man re
plied ' We are going to consecrate a bell
with its libxHl.' You, () King, said 4 I. t
it go. I c uniot bear its frightened appear
ance, as if it Were an innocent person going
to the place of death.' The man answ ered
4 Shall we, then, omit the consecration of
the bell?' You, ) King, said 4 How can
that be omitted ? Change it for a sheep. "
Menciti said : 44 1 do not know whether
this Incident really mcurred." The King
leplied : 44 It did."
Then Mencius said : 44 The heart seen in
this is sutliciciit to carry you to the imperial
(or sovereign) sway. It was supMsed by
many lookers on that you. () King, grudged
the larger animal, hut your servant knows
surely that it was because you, King,
could not bear the sight of stiU'erinc and
pain, which made you do as you did."
The King said: 44 You are right. And
yet there realty was an appearance of what
sine of ttie jieople condemned that I
merely begrudged the larger animal. Hut
though my kingdom Tse be a small and
narrow State, how should I grudge an ox?
Indeed it was because I could not bear its
frightened apiearaiice, as if it were an in
nocent ierson going to the place of death,
that therefore 1 changed it for a sheep."
Mencius said ou '() King, deem it not
strange that some jeople should think you
were grudging the ox. When you change
a large one lor a small one, how should
they know the true reason? If you felt
pained by its being led without guiit to the
place of death, w hat was there to choose
between an ox and a sheep?" The King
smiled, saying 44 Now, what was In m'
mind really at the time? I did not grudge
the expense of an ox, and yet changed it
for a sheep. There was reason iu the
people's saying that I grudged it."
44 There is no harm in their saying so,"
said Mencius. 44 Your conduct was an arti
fice of benevolence. You saw the ox, and
had not seen the sheep. So is the superior
man affected towards animals, that having
seen them alive, he cannot bear to see them
die; having heard their dying cries, he
cannot bear to eat their ilesh"
The King was pleased, and said: "The
minds of others I am able, by reflection, to
measure. This is verified, O Master, in
your discovery of my motive. I indeed did
the thing; but when I turned my thoughts
inward, and examine 1 into it, I could not
discover my own mind. When you, Master,
sjMike those words, the movements of com-
Iiassiou began to work in ni' mind. Yet
tow is it that my heart lias in it what is
equal to iuiKrial sway ?"
Mencius replied : "Suppose a man were
to say 4 My .strength is sunicieiil to lift
three thow-and eat ties, lut it i- not siitli
cient to lift a leal her. My -yc-i-!it is -h.iro
enough to examine I he point ol' a h:;ir; but
I do not see a v ago. 1-lo.nl of l.iggols.'
Would you, () King.alow what Ik--aid?"
44 No," was I he answer. Ou which Men
cius proceeded : 44 Now, i.i yo-.-r case i
tsindnos --.iil'icu-ni to reach aniiuais, an 1
no ix-ueiils ale e.l.-ii !. .1 .10111 it to th
eo,:,-. As in I in- ease of the man. The
feather's not being lifted is !;. ins t he
J strength is not i:s.-. ; lie- wagon-load of
j faggots no: being seen h catl-e the Vision
I is not Used ; and the people's not Itcing
loved and protected is hecuis,- the kindness
is not employed. Therefore, () King, why
you do not exercise imperial sway is be
cause you do not do it, not because you
cannot do it."
This discussion of the ancient Chinese
sage is highly interesting, as setting fortli
that compassion and tenderness of heart is
a prominent mark of true greatness. Thus
Christ was pre-eminently compassionate.
44 He had compassion on the multitude."
He healed, not to inspire wonder, but from
the promptings of compassion. And the
truly brave are always tender-hearted.
There is a beautiful illustration of this
truth in the history of the Crimean war.
It was the still ieaceful eve before the
bitter light of llalaklava. The Dritish
camp was earnest and thoughtful in view
of the probable death struggle of the mor
row. Tender memories welled up in the
hearts of stem legionaries. Some youth
recalling a fond parting, broke forth iu the
strains of "Annie Iiuric." Home and
love took jHissessiou of bronzed warriors
waked the echoes of the Crimean heights
with a mighty volume of tender melody, as
with tearful eyes they gave their hearts to
love and home. Yet on the morrow, as the
work of hu let and bayonet raged, and
otllcers and leader were stricken down, the
lion-hearted soldiery, that were in tears
the previous eve, now met the shock of
battle with the stomach of heroes, and
saved the bloody day.
IK. ItlHGKss IIAVINt; IIKTIKKI)
L'M lr.no the Slate, ia now j.rep tre.l to H KXlsIl or
Xi AKK TO OllLlhK on Short Notice,
Switches, Curls, Seams, Coquets, waves.
Wigs, etc , etc
The Watervliet and Lisbon Wave,
MK. BUUtJKsS kees on han-l for Sale, a erjr St-lert
Mock ut lDTilble an.l other Hair Ciu. Invi-it.le II r Nets,
t'riinping 1'itia. I'lucl.ii.K Iron. C-.r-uets. La. lies' Kine I. lack
Conil.), lire-sine anil fine C.miiIi.s. tliil.lreu' C'e!lu!-.i.I Hill
Rubber Unui.d .ouibs. Ila.r Hru-tir.. Hair Oil, l ine Ua ilitirs
of Coloitnea. Bay Koio anJ Klori.la v nter, line Face I'ow.lers
au-I Cauiinclii.e, etc., etc. A Is. THK CbLEUIt.MEO
W arranted toclt n the Scalps sail Hair from all
WllKS. fOQILTS anJ OTIIEK HUH HOUR !
Kedrrel ao.1 Piped to Onler. and al Short Notice. II AIR
DRKSflNG and Sll A MPOOI NU. ami in fact, all Kinda of
Work (.crlaiuic to the trade, proinj)tly and ariistioally ex
ecuted. MM:. BL'KGESS would a!o announce ttmt ahe U t!ie
Aieent for the Firm of A . BhllMIAKD CO., of Nr X rk.
.Matiufacturioc Jewelers and lniKrier of I'tam- nds, rtiirls
and Frrri.vi Slooev, Onyx au.l Diamond Jewelry, ll, .ir J-.wel-ry
and Oericr Work.
XSf Kemember the adilreas. 2lS Fort Street, nearH- 01 p..iti
the Fort Street School. TKl.tl'llUNE MI.MKKK i . .
a7'Si M KS. BL'KUKVS.
,, ' -
ST I continue to sell crttoiis at ct-nts jn-r
yard, A very sumll stssoitiaent K-ft ut Cits. .T.
TlsHELb' POP l" UK HTOHK.
And t!i- C'iiiinsi-
WlfvJES & LIQUORS
s . -. J' 't'JJZZi. nVWti
Europe and United States.
11 U iOHI'lETE ,4SMII1TME.T
wiieulis & spurn,
A.s HM.L WS
Hennessy Brandy, all Qualities;
; I! )( I I'l.l.KAl' ItK A.VDV, all qu:iliv;
; M.KTi:i.l. lilt .4 lit', all q.ialiiies
; KDl'VI'.K. Gift I.KI A. CO. HKANDV. all
IXIKOVil.l.K & t'O. Kll. XllV. all qualitie.;
' Jl'I.KS lidlil.V &. t o. HKl.MH'. all qaalit:e;
II vl I i:i:K X ( l. HKANDV, all qualilUi;
.MAUMIKSSK tO. HlllMlV, all qaalit.e;
! Jl I.lis l.tlKit t M' Js t'O. IlKANDt', all
j And various other kinds of Me
dium and Common Brands.
; Cutter & Co, Whiskies, all Brands;
! UKMl'ChV KlVOKIl'E WHISK V.
j t. F. C. WII'll MASH.
It V K W IIISK KV,
! VA IIISKT WIIISKV.
toll THK CKI.KKK ATKD
' CYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
ALL QL'ALITIKS AND AGES.
.A-lso, Sole Agents
! Reuben Earley's Whisky
Krom Louisville, Kemu ky. Uoth lir-inds lein well
J known for there ur.surp.n.e.1 excellence
key bkaivto aian
! In Stu .11 Ujttlc9. Stone Jug and Larje Squares,
J Oallon Package:
I Hwiiiuian A. ft). 1'KIZB MKDAL GIX,Tery
I smooth and tine:
! Itourd Si .Sou', rrlrbriilnl ULI) lOAI GIX.
i Wnllrr SCII I Kl A .M unit KCHVAl'PS,
j Pnnirl Vi..r Si Sou', relrbru led "GRAY
! STALLION" bninil rfCIX
j Fur (tie Cel lra el and WorUI-RenowDeJ
i Salvat!? Beer I
I C.VfKS OF S A M K I.N PINTS AND QUARTS,
j Ooiisstuiit'l'y on risincl
INI "7S7- .iTSESJFt !
!... ivtti t v i v--.c; f- in -he AtUi.tir rurm.
C . 1-1 I i M A X 11 K II
I v. M iV. 'iN i: v.NI..
IN I'INTs AMI (JI'AIIT.-.
j GUINNESS' DiJBLIN STOUT!
I I.N I'lSfsi AMI QLAKTS.
S II li; H R Y !
CLARET WI . , in casks and hf-casks ;
CLARET WINE, in boxes, 1 dozen each ;
from $3.50 to $25 00 per dozen.
Cjieoi'fi'e G outlet's
DUO ds MON'TEBELLO CHAMPAGNE,
pints an.l quirts ;
BURKE &. KINNAHAN'S
IRISBC WHISIV !
SCOTCH W.i.oKY I
Wm. Hankin & Son's
CHKKIIY C'OltlMA I..
( lltKKV URAXUV.
BAT A VI A ll II AC
KSS. I'KIM'KK MIXT.
J A M A KM UINGF.K,
U1TTKICS OF ALL KIXDS
C II A UTKKI SK,
t.T K ICAO,
M A K A Si" II 1 SO,
Ali IN I UK.
And lOO Other Things !
TOO Nl.MEItOL'S TO MENTION', ALLoF WHICH
W I L I. 33 1 SOLD
Lowest Market Rates !
BROWW 6l CO.,
14 y Kit I'll A XT STREET.
P- S. Orders from the other Islands
oc3 Promptly attended to
WSLCOME ivrsws. I
t.vraM(i: to say j
j Vickery's Fireside Journal
IN !' -'" "'Ci-.a .1 .,t i-i.-;, r;l i'a;--r on the
lila;..i. fl;.- :n:-.rti: .., ku.l i:.,r f c jii
Uuie. ir Ci ch ui..b.-r .rc ..I i!lt- m ,,- inirjr.
l if raiurv. mi 1 Hie
Largs Siae Chromes
vts-u ,'.!.;: j rwr j.vri. fa; ,o :h. ita-.
; Each Subscriber For $1.25
R-s-ir moiith'.v ry't'f for yar. nj with t!.
first r.utr.lr (lie To IUn.ls .tue Chrora s
XT" 0er 40 ) new Sa!crit., r since Xotrembsr l-t, nd
i-rd-r are daily camtn - in.
J.'SKPU K. WISEMAN. Agent.
Office. 27 Merchant street. UjooUIq. II. I.
The Undersigned has ForSale
;FR0M ONE to TWO YEARS OLD.
V fsIKED BY THE CELEBltATKD BI'LL
SNOW BALL !
Imported from New Zealand for MR. MOl FITT. saiJ to
lie the finest Hereford Bull eer imported h- re.
These BULLS Will be Delivered,
IF DESIUF.D BV Pl'RCII
Price According to Aje and Quality,
from S75 to $100-
J143m W. U. RICE. I.ihue. Kaiiai.
IS.ivbii'L,' .Sust Ett'fi C8rial
From the United States,
GEORGE W. LINCOLN
Contractor & Builder,
SG KING ST., HO.NOLl'LI',
nKSIHEM TO I.N FOU. M 11 IS FRIK.XUS
and l!.e ublic (: neraliy, that lie is nuv prepared to
accept Contracts f..r
Buildings, Cottages, Stores, or
American, French, Italian, Swiss
or German Styles
And from New Designs, whic h combine all the necessary re
qnisites for health and comfort, in a warm climate.
Plans and Estimates made upon Applica
tion. Having formed a basiue-a connection with one of the
Principal Mills on the Coast,
I AM I'll KIM RKD TO 1)0
First-Class Work at Moderate Rates.
Sole Agent lor the
Housekeeper's Kitchen Cabinet,
Ao invalu thle requisite for j jurt Housekeeper.
One of the l.tejt Inveulions for retonthins SAWS ha been
drought by ue from the Count, and old Customer
and new one, are invited to cad on me with
their old an I worn-out . We and I
will make them as good as
ne-r, and at m Oil
er. ite rate.
GrlVi: AIE -V CALL.
THE ROYAL ST. JOHN !
Bins st ffstrsrc Iffigli Arm
So Hole To Thread,
Tlie JIsiehiEie or Shuttle,
The Eye of the IVccdle.
T li e O ii I y 3 achinc
WHICH is? KVnilKI.Y HIK1C
From Irregular, Cams, Zm aiil Springs.
4 n 1 y M :a H i as e 73 si ! v
RUNS EITHER FORWARD or BACKWARD,
And continue. 10 -ear i-i the ;.me d rection
IS TU ;
Only :TS si 2i i 11 c M si d e
Yield iiiff Joints,
And ia consequently freest from Wear and Lost .Mot, on.
Is Simple; it cannot be put out of Adjust
ment. Is Light Running-, and Easy
Motioned; it can be run lon
ger vithout fatigue
than any other Machine.
A Great Convenience !
Kath R'.'Y.tL ?T JOI1X M Ai llIN K i- 1 r vi.le.1 on front
erfge of table with a convenient Yard .Measure.
With each Machine we furnish the follow
Cue lletlllll-r ami Keller. Hraider. Qui!;er, Set I'lnte Hetn-mer-
and Itinder. fi.'iuge anil Tl.umb M:r -w, two Screw Driv
ers. Oiler filled with fperm Od. une i-zeti assorted Nee-dle.
six Bobbins, one ex-.ra Thrniit I'.aie. and Boole ol Ins'rurtinns.
Kuker. Huffier, Corder, Extra liraider, Kxtra duiller.
FOR S .A. L E
NEW MUSIC STORE !
ji-.., m'lv Q H " ''''
r ip'i. -- -
lOI FORT STREET.
CL0SIH& OOT SAL
!An Assortment of Precious Stones !
j DIAMONDS. PEARLS, RUBIES. &c. Ac.
! Gold, and Silver aPIatec! IHTarc !
! :IIELL and KUKUI ORNAMENTS. GOLD and SILVER SETS.
! BRACELETS. BRCOCHtS. SOLID SILVER SPOONS,
SILVER CUPS. NAPKIN RINGS,
SLEEVE BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, and a
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF TASTEFUL JEWELRY
Whieh we will Sell nt Very .Low llsite.
As this is a BONA FIDE CLOSIJSG OUT SALE,
CAIaE liejore You liny Elsewhere, on
de 10 otn
iJESWISXaS. ! . JEWELRY !
Jut Received by Late Arrivals the Finest, Largest nnd Most Select Stock of
DIAfilOr.0, GOLD r PLATED JEVELRY !
. EVER IMPORTED INTO Til IK KINGDOM.
1 uivi: 1 1TLL
Gold & Plated Sets
Kir., Eic. :
Which I am Prepared to Sell at
AH wishing to purc'iam? will da w. H by examining my Siock BEFORE rURCHASINO IXFEAVHERK
AH varieties of Goods require.! in the Jewelry Busings on hand and For Sale.
Fi ie Watch Repairing and Jewelry Mutiiifacturinjr a speciaiitt! 53 ALL WORK WARRANTED.
GT I bold nivself personally responsible for ALL (.OODS entrusted to my care, and auurt all
my Patrons of perfect security of their goods. fT COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
no2g ,f NO. U KaAIII'MAXU NTKKKT.
BROGLIE, SPEAR & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing Jewelers ! !
75 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
EG I,KtVKTO INFORM THK I' Lit I.l C G KS Kit ALLY THAT Til Kill STOCK OK
Molislajr o-iis is Complete I I
CONSISTING IV I'tiltT UV
COLD AND SILVER SETTS,
PINS, RINGS, EAR RINGS.
VEST CHAINS. NECKLACES, SCARF PINS,
SCARF RINGS, SLEEVE BUTTONS.
GOXa. t& SIIhTTESIS. WjELTCJHBS
7 n It Ian 333. , mi3 ooia ity.
Silver .-Taree Jewelry,
' Taataiinian Shell Necklacjs in all shidea of Color.
Silver Piatfd Ware. American Clocks
VK Vlt l.l I.St) sT.iTK THAT W K M A N L :V VTl It K A I.l KIN IIS OK
Cat-old, Ilixkui, Shell and other Jewelry I
Wutclujs fttupziii-ccl ly Compotent Voi'lt:ii;i..
DIAMONDS SET IN THE LATEST STYLES.
A Speciality Hade in Kii-ravin- of all kinds
jSlOTOOriiVtS, MEDALS, LOCKlTS, etc.
ATTVr?ON.KS "KMM K r,IBR IM.MS WILL RKCK1VK OI'K I'ROM I'T
Every Artfcle Guaranteed as represented, or Money Refunded
75 FORT STKKKT,
""-6 lyr Oppo.ilr Dilli.iKl.uni
BlaOBi WILL TELL !
Thi KlrganllT Bred TROTTI NG S It I.I.IO.V
at M AKAWA... MAUI. ....on to t:o M MKSVK M A S
roll T.IK t-EASriN I IIIR-I V lllll.l.l MS. ...val.i..
paynuir wi.en iue UiHre m asort-uneil io re wi'.n I ftl or parted
- - . . ------------ 1 j
. " r:..V
beautilully rct,i-.l Drclc. l.--vy ahoulder. and bro!. ill the cl,l, .linwine iiui-M. IuiiV w,Pr I... - ' V i. y.T
closs-,y ribted up with (l t..rr.. rry round hind qaart-r. UrKe arm Z b a,i I . "''.''''' '''''
and A No. 1 Inland to. U very compactly built and In. form i. erv blood Uke Ta br.ef .' .1 H"' W"? 't'towUd .tyle.
i. one of excf,!,.,, Iau.y and i,rtry. and comei a. near llng a model I horw a. , e N V"' "
.he wond. II!, .,ie andV.i,,, in harn i. un.urps.sed, uSnV cZZ" ll "mZZI""""
us, imuci wniic, c i i 10 iiri.-i'ij niuii.imi w . we
JCT' Jam JLP JL. aL i-t Tiz Tr
VIH'XB VKNTT UK bred by 0EOR0E TKKAT.. Kq. of Oakland Cal and ke wa. .irl l. .k. fc. . .
tin fTALLION V KN I IB E, 2 i.7t; he br li-lmont. .on of A m-rican Boy J I he I K- Hull 7 ! J l'"'
TOU.NO VKNTL-REVS dan. Wa. AD A MOBRILb. . mnre purch,.! ,n Vermont by M r Tr a ' f" "1 UTiu r,hl"i,40U
rery fat mare; heinR ke..t a t.rl mre an.l never u,.,l Mr raei,,, he had no publ.c rec-rd' but able 10 do a l.Ti!,
2 30 any day of tl.e week except Sunday. fhi wan sired by Youi.tf Moj-r.il. record to .ad. le Vv ' '.
a fflt. and U,ide 2.2., Youn MorrHI by Old MorriL, He btUe Jl5lUon W.ri.Vn Hv;'
The subject of bre-dint! n "f u :b iui.ort:i (ce th;'- U hv in tt o la-t fe year, le I M th iinxlii.-tmn ..r . .
work, on the .ubject by the -...-st able Hvnten of .Ue d..y. which are boll, mstru-Uve a, , JrX" j Su ai .V ' rUrr''
tie. .11 differ to irreater ,e.. extent, the mtehia,nt ..r-.b-r. after a careful perusal of "!!e,n U obllJi i tl Lj L , I'T'
own. and depend urton h or, j i.lnment in a metaure a. 10 th- proper .eleei.on r th- a.iim tl. to ..ht.ir, 1. . ' . "
my own eperi-ri,e ii. the mi'-T I have aU.. I .Uo-ed one rule. mU,c; is .mr,le Ihu H. I 1 1 . """J"!
Ws to bre..d the be.1 m .n I. . 1 could -t to th,- Very b -.t ...Hi .:. thU I culd Nnd V I liive n!r 1 1 'i,',,U-":
uh the reault., and I believe. !:t everr pernor. .0 ..i.. i. on the ri.ht trac Tune and , ,1" ' ." "'' T
it pay. only to r.me the very iv.it. a. the progeny of inlerior sire,
colt, frnra a standard bred hor-e will alay. be .ale-ihle at rtmunerative ra.es, but ai thi. muit b 1 1 T , . .'
sell evideut truth. I will not .1,'ale upon it. ' mXUt by a'' """' U'l'Htwl
I bslieve that 1 offer to the public, in YOU N'G
ol the moat critical Horsemen, on ih
tion, from whotu ao many ll , en have
Imported Me.sinirer. wh cl. is as every
together with hia flue 'ire. atle. color anl magnificent
for STOCK i'L'Rlt?RS that cou. I po...b!y be found.
bo.i .mgle and double, and a. a traveler exceed.ntrly .,1,. He
of a mile w th him in K.Jlt I V KtJ ; I.S. or HIKKKir IIVK lit:
which there are now about a dox-n rsr tie country, and they are
bearinjr a strong r-sem'.lai.ace iitr ..re, beina greatly admired
an extraordinary breeder.
Ty GOOD PASTCRAG K will hefumshed for mares tent
PKR MUNTH, and 4ae care t .ken to prevent accident., but 110
rr 1 will eive (oU G OLD CO I N to the Der.on exhib"
VENTURE, and out o( a native mare; $30 to the secop- I
tember ISnd, 183. u . . T '
de24 8m - Ho,eL' I
,E Of JEWELET
II? KURT STKKKT.
OF ALL KINDS
Klc. h'.'t.. Klo
Most Unprecedented Low Prices
will hTANII TIIKHKAON OK , ., . .u
L'AKI I .. v V. i J. AVA0 '' ,.T.,'f ',,e ,'!.''lh'r
.i. ... 'T. V. ' r ? 1 K K rn
IO iNfcUKE-KIKTV IXII.LAKS,
v ui mvr $vx
wi.h ...nail .pot on the f.,rrt,J. .u.u. .I.....,..,-
tan n.ttnt l (u. ..,.!. - . .
an. iunt to Verv little ab
ove the coat ol railing, where., the
'. ' ws I . I IIK.
X. in I I I NO ,,"NTl 11 f-. combination of bloo.1 ihai i. worthy of ihe a.tentk
,e aide of b.. . re h trace, through .tr.ct.y lhoroU(r..l,red line, direct to Imported ,p"
defended; and on t he .,de ol hi. d .ra through the ra,,t popular trotting , Tdirect,
y li-.rserDen know, the fountain head of the American trott mr hor. ThZl J n
tnHtine acrion Comhinn i.wt-r,w V'. , iDc'"
He .a .ure bre'l. KVrVrZ L
ha, never beon regularly trained but I wiu'.).".
Mm k n ..... . . u I !' u: .wiu "how a
..I. t i t. .. ! "aeu
uut 1 win ..10w . quarter
lan all thl, it hi colla. of
1 in every particular, all
provm that the horee ia
wiih-ut .imrle ece.,iin n,.." " h' Co". "
by every one for their beauty, thu, proviuthaVYh h r "V"
from a distance at iu VFRY inw n.T,Pr,0
respon.ibil.ta - will be assumed .br)uld , occur V LLlH
aug27j b"8coU' '-h'bited in Wauuku,"
I 13 Makawao, Maui.