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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 23, 1882.
P. M. S. S. Cos Steamers.
EE. Hackfeld & Co.,
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To Issue Passenger Tickets
San FranciscoA: Return
By Ibo kbuvc maguiflcrat Steamers at
$135 FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
J-el II. flACKFKLD CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
THE CXIPFEtt BETN-
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Wil have quick dispatch for the Above
Port. For freight or passage apply to
doe 21 d tf WM. O. IBW1S Co.. AguL'.
K API OLAlVri
Meet the Rteimer LIKELIKE at tfahu
koni every week fcfter Dec ember 1st.
Run Regularly on the Kona Coast !
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For San Franciwco.
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Will LEAVL HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
ON OR ABOUT JANUARY 15.
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re?- Oent-' Silk Suspender .Something new)
MaIe umliT and by the authority -f an Act
entitled "An Act to regulate the receipt,
custody and issue of the publie moneys
and to provide for the audit of public
1. On the first day of each month the
head of each department will cause to be
prepared and delivered to the Minister of
Finance an estimate of the requirements of
such Department for the month, in the
form described in the Second Schedule of
the above-mentioned Act showing the head
of each Appropriation for which the
amounts are required.
2. All monies and revenues of the (jSov
eniment collected by each Department in
Honolulu, are to be paid into the Treasury
on .Saturday morning or each weeK ana
within ten days from the last day of each
month iwletalled specification of the vari
ous sources from whence the revenue! are
derived, and the titles of the several ac
counts to which the accounts are to ie
credited (in the form provided by the first
schedule to said Act) must be forwarded to
the Auditor-General. On the last day of
each mouth all monies on hand must be
paid in to balance the account to the end
of the mouth.
The Supreme Court, Circuit Courts, Cus
tom House and Post-office will render their
3. All accounts for payment must be left
with the Auditor-General for his certificate
at his office between the hours of ten o'clock
a. M.t and three o'clock P. M., on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. And the same
will be paid at the Treasury on the draft of
the head of the Department on Tuesdays
and Thursdays, between the hours of ten
o'clock A. M., and three o'clock p. m. And
on Saturdays between the hours of ten A. M.
and noon and at no other time.
All monies and revenues of the Govern
ment col lected or received on either of the
Islands outside of Honolulu, must be trans
mitted and accounted for as prescribed in
Section 3 of the said Act.
Simon K. Kaai,
Minister of Finance.
Jno. S. Walker,
Honolulu, Nov. 24. 1SS2.
Sealed tcuJeM marked Tender for Hay and
Feed" will be received at the office of the Minister;
of the Interior until Tuelay, December 2G, 1882,1
at 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing hay and feed at
Uovernment Stable for ix months from January
let. 1383. The average monthly requirement
Hay California wheat and oat), ay 10,000 B.s.
Bran, nay tl.
Oat, say 2,500 It..
Barley, say 2,300 B.
The hay and feed innat be of the best quality
and delivered full weight.
The Minuter of the Interior doe not bind him
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
JNO. E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, December 22d, 1882.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LANDS-
On WEDNBriDAY, December .27th, at the front
entrance of Alliolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will
be aold at public auction those parcel of GOV
EUNMENT LANDS known as Lclepaua aud Kaihi
lapu, aituato in Kona, Oahu, subject to a lease
which expire Sept. 1, 1J7, at $200 ier annum.
TEKMS Cash ; upaet price, $500 for the two
JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of Interior.
Department of Interior, Honolulu, November
Ma. D. W. Napihao ha thi day been appointed
au Agent to grant Marriage License for the Dis
trict of liana, Island of Maui, vice Kalepa Makaena,
deceased. " JNO. E. BUSH,
Minister of the Iuterior.
Interior Office, December 19th, 1882.
Hi Majesty the King ha been pleased to confer
on Joua Anton Wolfi- Gbip the decoration of
Knight Commander of the Order of Kalakaua.
Office of Governor of Oahn, December lCth.1882.
Kev. J. W. Smith has been anointed by the
Board of Education. School Agent for the districts
of Lihuo and Kawaihau, and Hanalei and Koolau,
on the island of Kauai, to take effect from the 1st
of January, 1883. .
Bv order of the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, December 12, 1882.
Mb. Mosks Kealoua ha been reappointed Dis
trict Magistrate for the district of Honnaula,
island of Maui, JNO. O. DOMINIS,
Governor of Maui.
Office of the Governor
rciiiU-r 1st. 1882.
of Maui, Lahaina, De
Mom.av. DeccmU r 23tli. (Christmas Day.) and
Monday. January 1st. 1SH3. (New Year's Day,) will
1 observed a National Holiday, and all Govern
ment Offices throughout the Kingdom will I
t-l.iscd. JOHN E. BUSH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. C, 1882. t--
rn.roEB, Esv- Imperial Ilussian Vico
liaviug thi day given official notice t.f his
and of haviug resumed the duties of the
Hi., -Un Vi e-C insulate ; all of hi official acts as
'iii.ul afor. said are ordered to rec ivo full faith
and credit by the autlioriti. s of Hi Majesty's
Waltlb Ml'BBAV Giusos,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affair.
Honolulu. December 2nd, 1882.
BrsEAC o? Immigration,
Honolulu, December 5, 1882.
Application for. Pobtuovese Labobebs will be
received at thi Otlice.
JOHN E. BUSH,
I'rosideut Board of Immigration.
Department of Iuterior, Dec. 9. lm
OrruE Site it inten pent Water Wouks.
HoxoLl LV, July 2d, lSHi
All persons having Water Frivileges are notified
tint their Water Rate are payable semi-annually,
in advance, at the Office of the Suierinteudeiit of
Wtcr Work, foot of Nuuanu Street, upon the 1st
d.iy f January and July of each year.
C. B. Wiuhon,
Superintendent Water Works.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. uovll-tf
Mess us J. II . Kapiniai and P. It. Holt have
this day been appointed Commissioners of Fences
and of Water Right for the District of Waimea
Island of Kauai, vice Messrs V. Knudsen and Ka
haoa. The Board of the district now consist of
Rev. U. B. P.owell, J. H. Kapuniai and P. R. Holi.
JNO E. BUSH,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, November 23rd 1SS2. nov25 3t
SI JACOBS OIL
ft 10 11 II A ft H K l K D Y
Xruralaifi, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Jiackache, Soreness of the Cttst,
Oout, Quiny, Sore Throat, Swell
inys and Sprains, Burra and
S alds, General Bodily
Tooth, Bar and Jfeaduche, Frosted
Feet and Bars, and all other
Pain and Aches.
No prparalion on earth rqu ils sl. Jao.lx il a a afe,
lure, timiilt and cheap Kxternal Krin?-ly. A trial entail
i... .k irin.i.. .uiliw ill 6(1 Cenl. and tvety
onr luaVrine with iwin can h ive a cliesp and pimitire proof
.f ii ci.tiois.
I'irrctions In I'lt-ver. Lngungr.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEAL-
ERS IN MEDICINE.
A. VOGELER Sc. CO.,
Baltimore, Md., U. S. A.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
a ommcrcial Ibbcrtiscr.
SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 1882
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
His Excellency the Attorney-General returned
rom Lahaina on Saturday last.
f The German bark C. K. Bishop left Bremen for
Honolulu on the 7th November.
Jf.m Mack, the ougilist, wife and daughter were
passengers by the Australia for San Francisco.
The announcement of the Decoration of the
Norwegian Envoy, J. A. V. Grip, Esquire, seem
to have been premature, and i withdrawn.
The stmr. Suez arrived early on Sunday morning
from San Francisco, bringing dates to the 9th in
stant, and the P.M.S.S. Australia arrived at 8 p.m.
A So of Mr. John McKeague met with a Horious
accident on Sunday, owing to his playing with gun
powder which ultimately exploded.
Mksskh. B. F. Ehlebs 3l Co., will positively
lfiir out their entire stock of real lace in lots to
snit at auction in their store this evening.
A Gekman. named CharhM Dia. committed
Hiiii-iile At the Insane Asvlnui on the morning of
tho 2(ith instant, bv hancinjr.- Oar report of the
inquest will be fuund in another column.
' A Shark abnt four feet long wa . s-cn on Thurs
day close into thaOldCustemlloi: i- Wharf. Unfor-
...... iu1n I au-aa ki-f nTtn irij-i V
tunately it was not captured.J
The American shin Hope, ban c mipleted dis
charging her cargo and has been hauled round to
the Fish Market WhaiT, wiiu.e sue win unuergo
the necessary repairs.
' Mb. W. G. Irwin and Mr. Sam Parker arrived
in San Francisco on the 9th instant. They pur-
Kse returning IO Honolulu me minr wi.y j
Sydney, due to-morrow.
The Suez reports having passed the brig Con-
puelo on the 12th instant, about half-way betwixt
San Francisco and here. She arrived on Monday
On Friday last, the following named persons
Vere elected Trusti es of the Morning Star Lodge
No. 1, Knights of Jerusalem: Ceo. C. Cartter, 1.
,W. Beeman. and F. V . Maiaihi.
Last Saturday night auctions were largely at
tended, and the bidding was brisk. Tho quantity
and variety of gonls were such as to enable every
purchaser to obtain what they wanted, and also,
iu some cases. Tilings iiiey uiu not aui.
The Eunka arrived at Eureka on the 23rd nit.,
and the City of Sydney at San trancisco on the
23rd nit. This Ida Schnauer sailed from fan
Francisco f.ir Hilo on the 29th tilt., and the
Caibarien for Honolulu on the Cth instant.
The case against the Marshal and Tolice Justice
, , - 'y., i ... rm. .1 1 ''l!. T ,. a
was heard in namoers on liuirsuay nvinei iusi-
ice Judd. Mr. Preston, appeared for the Marshal.
Mr. Bickerton. conducted his own case, ami Mr.
Hartwell, appeared for the plaintiffs. Judgment
There is not much rest for the Post Office
clerks on the Sabbath day. In fact. Merchant
street bore a business-like aspect throughout the
whole of last Sunday. However, under the exist
ing arrangements it cannot be avoided so it must j
Amonost the late arrivals of Christmas
the stock of Messrs. J. . Robertson and Cd.
Though last, it is not the least, and furthermore
this select invoice surpasses in quality and variety
any thing of the kind that has yet been inijwrtcd.
The cards are on view, and Mr. Robertson invites
A series of interesting views have been taken by
Mr. Williams, of Puliation Col lego and the sur
rounding buildings, which are now being de
molished to make room for others. "Courts"
uiako two fine pictures, irouiid which many plea
sant memories gather for a large numler of
"Island" folks. Aside from the historic value
that these picture will always have, they are a
fine sample of the ih tngraphic art. and should
have a place in every j-:-tfolio.
TiiE schooner Julia, chartered by the Planters
Labor and Supply Company to recruit labor at
the New Hebrides, has len heard from. Cfn the
2nd Octoler she had 84 people on board, and 20
more engaged. She eyx-etcd to sail shortly, and
niav le therefore looked for daily. Other vessels.
recruiting iu the same direction, had not leen o
successful. Mime of tin in having been three, four,
- - . . - . t 1 . ! 1 .
'and five moillli wnu oiuy ue mm six. isiaimera
On Wednesday afternoon the hind wheels of
Mr. Williams' hearse came off whilst it was being
driven along King street. The bit broke right
opposite the main entrance to Aliiolani Hale, and
left onlv one rein attached, which caused tho horse
to go to one side. The wheel strnck the telephone
!Mst, causing the spring to break, and off went
the wheels. The driver kept hi seat, aud suc
ceeded in bringing tho horse and broken-down
hearse to a stand in the street ltttwixt the Music
Hall and Government Buildings.
A Veteran Seaman's Trouble.
Evanston, III., Feb. 14, 1SS0.
Editor Inter Ocan, Chicago, 111.: I send you
this, feeling that the iuformatiou conveyed will
le of material benefit t. many of your readers.
Ou of our olilest citizens. Captain C. W. Boyn
ton, the Government Lijfht-House keeper at this
jvoint, is probably oue of the oldest seamen iu
America, having sailed twenty-six year on our
lakes, ami twenty year on salt water. After
this forty-six years service his eyesight failed
him, and for a long time he kept the Light at
Chicago, until the Government built the Gross
Point Light here, when he wa transferred.
While seated in my store thi morning the Cap
tain volunteered the following written statement :
This is to certify that I have been afiiicted
with Pihenmatism for twenty (20) years, both in
my side aud limbs. I am happy to say that after
using less than two bottles of the st Jacobs Oil,
I am entirely free from pain, though still limp
ing somewhat when walking from long force of
habit. C. W. Boynton."
Inferring to the foregoing iacts, I might al
lude to numerous similar cases that have come
to my notice, but "a word to the wise is suffi
cient." John Goebel,
Pharmacist, Evanston, III.
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The last Chritmaa tale of tliu seanou is ad
vertiwd to take yl&ce Ui-night a Messrs. F. S.
Pratt t Co.' auction room.
The manager of the Honolulu Iron Works has
given Mr. Burns jy?rmision to test his new material
as a steam pii- covering, and the tet will shortly
The steamer Waiuianalo arrived yesterday n.-n
from Waimanalo plantation, hriugiugas iiassenger,
manager Jno. A. Cummin. She brought 5S) bags
sugar, 17 barrel moiase ana io niOes.
To-morbow an English sermon will be preached
in the Catholic church at 10 a.m. The attendants
will be gratified to notice an improvement made in
the building by opening the window up stairs for
The usual morning service will be held at St.
Andrew' pro-Cathedral to-morrow at 6:30, 9:30
and 11 a.m.; Chri.tma Eve service at 7:30 p.m.
The Iiev. Go. Wallace will preach morning and
We are informed that S. J. Levey A Co., will
keep open their store thi evening, to enable every
one to lay in their stock of Christmas groceries.
Call and see their fine stock of French Candiea.
The advent of the mail steamer on Sandav, or
even to-day, will be more propitious than on Mon
day. We do not believe that there is anyone in
this community whose heart is so frozen by the
cold association of business that he would like to
have hi Merrv Christmas interfered with by the
arrival of a mail steamer.
We beg to acknowledge with thank the receipt
of a little pamphlet entitled " Hawaiian Verse."
As stated in the preface it "consist of verses
selected from among a number of local poems, as
being specially Hawaiian." The compiler, Mr.
Thos. G. Thrum, is to lie complimented on the
artistic manner in which the work i gotten np,
both as regards the matter selected and its execu
tion. Thi book l on sale at our bookstores.
On Thursday evening, there wa a large gather
ing of young and old at tho Bethel Vestry to par
take of and witnes the distribution of Santa
Claus. The basket were filled with suitable pre
sent for the juvenile, and thorough enjoyment
reigned supreme. Hi i-xcellency, the fremier
mingled with the older branches of thi seasonable
gathering and fully participated in the hilarity of
the younger scion of bis own and other families.
The monthly meeting of the " Mission Chil
dren Society " will take place next Saturday eve
ning, December 30 (instead of thi evening) at
Hon. S. N. Castle's.
The Band will give a performance thi afternoon
at Emma Square, commencing at half-past 4
March Defilir Unrath
Overture Struggle for Fortune Suppe
Finale Guiramento Sauelli
Waltz Beautiful Italy by request Strauss
Quadrille The Bats Strauss
The Band will give a Christma Concert on Mon
day afternoon, December 25th, at Emma
Square, commencing at 3 o'clock.
By the Suez that left yeaterdaj', Mr. S. Ehrlich.
who has been connected with the house of M.
rhillips A Co., for the last four years, as salesman,
took his departure for San Francisco and the
Eastern States, for the purpose of selecting a
stock of gentlemen clothing, furnishing goods,
etc., with which he intends to'return in March or
April, and open for business on his own account.
He has secured the premise on the corner of
Nuuanu and Marine Streets, where he intends to
display an entirely new stock. Hi long experience
in this business on tnese lsianu i a guarantee mat
he will bring with him all article sui'ed to thi
climate, and the tastes of those living here.
The new building for lunatics i fast approach
ing completion. It is a handsome structure and
the arrangement are an tnat could be desired for
the unfortunate persons who are to occupy it. The
visiting physician, Dr. M. Hagan, takes an evident
interest in hi charge, and has requested us to
state that ho would be glad to receive books, papers
and periodical for the use of those inmates who
are studiously inclined. One inmate, whose mania
is of a religious type, ha at last obtained a Bible
through the thoughtfnlness of Mr. Wright, who
bought one for him from the A. B. F. M. Several
others besiege our reporter for newspapers and to
bacco on hi occasional visit.
Hi-r Royal. Highness Fbixcess Lilihokalani
failed for Maui last Tuesday evening in the Like
like. The American ship Hope has been sold to Messrs.
Lewers and Cooke. She will be refitted and placed
iu the lumber trade.
A pot of most delicious butter wa handed in to
the office last Tuesday morning, from the Nuuanu
Valley Dairy. It is of beautiful color, firm, and
sweet, and may properly be called gilt edged.
Tub Suez completed discharging her cargo of
1300 tons on Wednesday afternoon. The drays have
had a busy time clearing away her freight, but
failed to keep pace with the donkey engine.
Mr. H, A. Bcbns has filed his application, with
the Minister of the Interior, for a patent on his
process of making nre-prooi plastering without
lathing or sheathing. He inform us that he will
lie prepared to make a public exhibition of the
fire-proof qualities of the new material imme
diately after the arrival of the next Suez.
Ora old and respected fellow-townsman, Mr.
Harry S win ton, informs us that he remembers well
the first steamboat, the Comet, referred to in an
article published in the Daily P. C. Advebtisek of
December 13, at Greysmouth, Scotland, in 1810.
He states that the vessel burst her boiler, and
that some forty persons were injured, many of
whom were cared for in his father's house
A Chinese storekeeper, at tho corner of itichard
and Merchant streets, has recently built a wooden
platform over the sidewalk around hi store. It
allow a drop of 12 or 14 inches form the corner to
the roadway. As there are no lamps iu the vicinity,
it would be" well for pedestrians, to avoid the risk
of breaking their legs, or even worse, by using the
mid road in preference to patronizing the side
walk. A meeting was held at the Armory last evening
for the purpose of organizing a military company,
to be composed exclusively or naii-wiutes. it is
Majesty was pleased to accept the nomination of
Hon. Col. to t lie newiy organized oiuneer .mili
tary Corps, and presided at its first meeting. At
the conclusion of the meeting, a vote of thanks
was tendered to ins majesty ior nonoring tne
pieeting with his presence.
At the regular meeting of George W De Long
Post No. 45, G. A. K., held last Monday evening,
the following oflicers were elected to serve during
the coming year : R. W. Laine, Post Com. ; Sam'l
Nott, S. V. C. ; W. R. Lawrence, J. V. C ; Dr. M.
Hacron. Post Snr. ; u. Emerson, otiKer or the
Day ; R. Jay Green, Quartermaster ; S. McKeagne,
Chaplain; J. Simenson, Officer of Guaid; F. L.
At tho Pioneer Show Rooms of M. J. Rose, the
celebrated carriage-maker, may be seen for a day
or two before delivery, the finest family carriage
ever built in thi Kingdom. The design is entirely
new, and styled a four-passenger, ciit-nnder Vic
toria Phaeton. A more elegant Christmas gift
could not be selected, and we congratulate the
builder on the success of the design, and the
gentleman for whom it is built.
On Sunday last, a native named Mahiai attempted
to commit suicide by hanging. This unfortunate
man sought to bring himself to an ii-.itimely end
owing to having been thwarted in love. He had
improperly placed his affections on a woman who
had already taken a Portuguese protector " for
better or worse." Because Mr. Mahiai could not
possess the object of his affections without the in
terference of her husband, he resolved to die. Ife
tied a rope to the ceiling, and then around his peck.
A little girl passing by the house in which the
dreadful deed was being enacted, ran and conveyed
the news to the inmate of the next house. The
woman, on whose account Mahiai wa about to sus
pend himself in mid-air, rushed in, and through
her entreaties, he raised his hands to the rope and
relieved hi neck of the weight of his body. The
usual Hawaiian process of resuscitation 'was re
sorted to and the would-be victim rapidly recov
ered his health and strength. He gave as a reason
for his rash act, ' Love." He is now walking
about repenting of his folly.
" The Times " Leading Article. Extract from
t?if London Times : Passing by a crowd of minor
notions, we come upon the exhibit of the Waltham
Watch Company, which, in economical importance,
i perhaps superior to anything else shown. The
rivalry of the watches of this Company has already
lieen felt by our own makers, and a hesitating at
tempt was made last session, in the interest of the
Coventry manufacturers, to pi-event the watch
cases of the Company receiving the English stamp,
which certifies that" they are made of gold. It
would seem that the Waltham Watches may defy
all attempt to exclude them in thi indirect way.
Their first claim to public approval was derived
from the extraordinary nicety of their construction.
They were made with such perfect exactitude that
the parts of all watches of the same class could be
interchanged, and, production being thus made
possible on a large scale, cheapness as well as excel
lence wa secured. But the Company have gone
on introducing improvements in their art, and the
compensation balance they have devised seems to
have overcome the standing difficulty of the vary
ing expansibility of the spring and the wheel. It i
said that the delicacy of construction of the me
chanism invented by "the Company is such that a
micrometer they exhibit at Paris measures the
twenty-five-thousandth part of an inch, and might
readily be divided under a lens into one-hundred-thoutandth
part. M. McInebny, Agent for thi
Kingdom ; also Agent for Gorham Sterling Silver
ware. The Trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. jjoll 3m,
Mr. Javfs Wri-TH, i- to 1 congratulated
the receipt of a nice Christinas gift, in the
of a iHiuucinir"' boy.
Wr. regret in record a fatal accident to W. L.
Austin, lestcrdav afternoon, when just about to
leave his home on horseback, he wa thrown and
was picked up m au unconscious mate and remain
ed o until 7.30 p.m., at which hour he died. The
funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon, at 4
o'clock, at the Austin homestead. Kapalama.
Ax unsuccessful attempt to commit snicide wa
made last night by a young man who has, until
lately, lwn employed "as an express driver at
Dodd's Htables. The suil'erer was prevented from
accomplishing his purpose, and his injuries are not
or a serious nature.
The Faeific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Cali
fornia have met their first claim in Honolulu in a
businesslike manner. The late Chas. T. Dillingham
took out a policy of insurance in the above-named
office, and within three month of hi death the
widow of the deceased acknowledges the receipt of
S-J.uuo, the amount for which tus lue wa insured
The visit of the Company' energetic agent, Mr. E
Fnrgis, will be remembered by most people about
town, and though he met with'a strong opposition
from competitors in the insurance business, he se
cured a large number of premiums. It i a pleasure
to record this promptness in payment of this, the
nrst loss in Honolulu.
Before the Full Court.
This is a suit brought by His Majesty Kalakua,
and ll.-r Majesty Kapiolam, against Keawcatuabi
ana oil, or, heir to the estate of . L. Moelio-
nua, dn-iMs 'd, to ret aside a land commisaion
award. No. G150 "ranted l. Moehomta in 1851,
concerning the estate of his deceased wile. Kau
nuol.ua, wlm died in 1S49. The plain tills
bought the heirship of this piopcrty Iroiu Kaha
nitutiwui, a descendant of Kaunuohna's half-
sister, and t lie iicnrest blood relative now living.
Mr. J. M. Davidson, counsel for the defendants
argued that Moeli.nma having applied lor letters
ol administration lor his deceased wile property
in -1852. the snruo being granted, and he
having held undisputed possession until the pre
sent time, the rUini'iffs have no claim to tho
property. Mr. Prenton, counsel for the plain
tin contended that bv the lew of descent, re
corded in page 53, Section 3, Statute 40, Vol. 1,
Kahanuauwni is the legitimate heir of Kaunuo-
hua'8 half sister. Mochonua was appointed ad
uiinistrator of hi deceased wife's property and
remained in possession as administrator for the
benefit of the heir. The defendants had only
been in possession since MochonuVa death. It
wa not claimed that Mochonua held possession
adver-lv, he held it as the husband ol the de
ceased. Tim name of tho property in dispute, is
falcna, in Muioa alley, and consists of about
Civil Summary Court.
Wednesday, December 20th.
Ah luu vs. Cow Chat; action of tott,
damages 5-iU. 1 he piaintin in this caae is an
express driver. Ua the 10th mst., he was
standing at the wharf with his horse headed
mauka. There were other wagons on both
Sides ot him. Defendant drove his wagon
against that of the plaintiff aud broke the hind
wheel. There was no room for him to pass.
Ife had the wagon repaired. He earns from $6
to $12 per day. He asked the defendant to pay
the damages and he refused. Air. lliggins testi
fied to repairing the wagon and said his bill was
20. Case continued until 22nd inst. (Judg
ment delivered yesterday for defendant.)
Police Court News.
Saturday, Decembeb 16.
Five cases of drunkenness on the charge-
Three natives pleaded guilty to disturbing the
quiet of night, two of whom were fined $10 and
John Pulu Karaoau was charged with fishing
with giant powder. He was remanded until the
19th instant. Mr. Russell appears in defence of
Two Chinese were charged with opium iu
possession. Captain Tell was the prosecuting
witness. He deposed nnding the prisoners at
Palama lying on a bed smoking. Wheu he en
tered they tried to escape, but he succeeded in
securing them. They then tendeied him $20
as a bribe to let them go. The $20 was handed
into Court by Captain Tell. The accused were
found guilty, and sentenced to oue month's
imprisonment and fined $50 each.
George "Williams, au alleged insane person,
was remanded for medical examination.
Monday, Decembkb 18.
Eva Matson was charged with carrying deadly
weapons. He pleaded gnilty, and was remanded
Joseph Kf-nutdy, charged with larceny of a
watch and chain, the property of James Rogers
was found guilty in the third degree. Sentenced
to six months' imprisonment and fined $20.
Edward Short was charged with attempt at
larceny on board the D. U. Murray. Remanded
A Chinese express driver was found guilty of
violating Rule 0 of the regulations ; fined 5
Thirteen case of drunkenness were called,
four of whom were foreigners, and the rest na
tives. A Chinaman was charged with driving a
licensed carriage without a driver's license. On
a plea of guilty he was fined $o and $1 costs.
Tuesday, Dec. 19th.
Daniela, an old offender, was sentenced to six
days' imprisonment for drunkenness. G. Har
rigan was fined $10 for a similar offence.
Ah Hook, a Chinamen, was fined $5 for driv
ing without lights.
Maluo, w.t was charged with deserting her
husband and was discharged for want of evi
dence to support the charge.
A not. pros, was entered in the case of Eva
Matson, charged with carrying a deadly weapon.
Two natives in the employ of Mr. Knnuiakea
were charged with using giant powder for fishing
purposes. There were six witnesses for the
prosecution and the same number for the de
fence. Each side testified directly against the
other. Mr. Russell, who appeared for the de
fendants, made a forcible argument on behalf of
his clients, but, nevertheless, His Honor gave
credence to the witnesses of the prosecution. In
addressing the accused, His Honor said that this
was the first charge of the kind that had been made
since he occupied the bench. The law permit-
tea mm to lanict a nne ot ;AKJ and live years
imprisonment, or a fine without imprisonment.
There had been gross perjury committed
either by (lie prosecution or the defence. If the
evidence given by the defendants be true, it was
one of the most diabolical conspiracies that he
had ever heard of. He could not imagine men
conspiring where there was no benefit to be
derived. He considered the Crown had made
out a proper case. He had no doubt about the
guilt of the accused. lie fined them $50 each,
and costs $3. An appeal to the Supreme Court
Wednesday, Deo. 20th,
- Two foreigners, charged with drunkenness,
t left bail of $6 each, and a third, George Har-
Tigan, for the second offence this week, left bail
of $10 and forfeited.
A Chinaman charged with larceny of $139
from another Chinaman, was remanded until
Kaopua, a native express driver, pleaded
guilty to violating rule 6 of the regulations, and
was fined $4 and SI costs.
A man named Wahiue, pleaded guilty to as
sault on his wife and was fined $5 and SI costs.
A not. pros, was entered against Ed. Short,
remanded for attempted larceny on board the
D. C. Murray.
A Maylaysian named Geo. Williams, an alleged
lunatic was committed to the Insane Asylum
until relased by proper authority. F Marcos
testified to having known the itccused for two
mouths, aud he thought by his actions ha was
insane aud not fit to be at liberty.
Thursday, December 21.
Two South Sea Islanders and one foreigner,
left bail of $G each for drunkenness.
Kaaehua, was remanded until the 23rd inst.,
charged with assault and battery on Antone
Ah Choy.remanded from the previous day on a
charge of larceny, was again brought up. The
deputy-marshal said he could not ask for a
commitment on the evidence he had, and
would therefore enter a nol pros. The com
plaining witness having engaged Mr. Russell to
investigate the case, a further remand was
granted. Mr. Davidson appeared for the de
fendant. Keawe, k., was charged with larceny of $270,
property of Kanianewa, on about the 4th inst.,
and remanded until the 22nd inst. Mr. Russell,
appeared for the defendant,
Harder on Hani.
By the Kilauea Uou, from Kahului thi a.m.,
we learn that theboily of a woman, the daughter
of a Sfr. Bell of Hawaii, was found iu tho cane
field near Kahului, on Wednesday last by a Chi
naman on his way to camp 4. The wom-n had
been last seen at Kahului on Saturd.iv, where
she had made some purchase and U ft on horse
back for Ler home. When found it was as
certained thnt her head had been crushed in,
and death must have occurred somo three or four
days previously. Some parties have been ar
rested on suspicion, and bv the Liktlike to
morrow, we mey expect further particulars.
On Monday, the 11th December, a woman named
Kamaka, residing at Kiilae, South Kona. gave birth
io a cniiu wnicu prove to be a strange freak of na
ture. The mouth resemble that of a shark; the
eyes and fingers, those of a lizard, and the body
and feet, those of a natural born child. (The Ha
wauan correspondent of the Klvle l'oakolu i the
authority for this item.)
The Honokaa Mill ha shut down till the begin
mng of the New lear, after getting some splendid
returns tor the last crop the average number of
pound of sugar per claritier being, it i stated.
considerably over 1000, and said to 1 the largest
returns iroui any plantation in the Kiugdom.
1 he weather ha been fine aud warm with light
shower at night ; the coming crops are in splendid
condition, aud there i every prospect of future
return being equal to if not larger than those
The buoy at the Honokaa landing have all lxen
replaced, and the Heauikeaouli arrived them vus-
terday morning. Ihis cable land nir i made exeat
use oi, not only by resident at Honokaa, but bv
-1 A. a .1.
piauier ami oiner living many mile awav, a
tuey can be certain of (roods betner landed her..
w hen it l impossible to do so elsewhere.
A most cowardly act was perpetrated some dava
ago uy uuiiie uiiug lone cannot say man) in stab
bing the neck a valuable mule bclontmiir to Mi
ll. M. Overond. Whatever motive, if anv. fur aiiili
,l i ... . . . : -
mere. iuaj nave oevu, SUCH a mean. Utimanlv act is
m 1 m
jypiioia iever na made it apitcaranco ainom?
ine .troriuguese cm id re n at liunokaa. Several of
them were ill for a few day, and carefully attended
to by .Mr. i.ickard in the absence of the doctor.
iiu uh iruinmui-cu mu iever to nu typhoid in a
mild form. Every precaution ha been taken to
prevent the sicklies from spreading, all the cot
tages are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, and
an aoundant supply ol highly flavored disin
lectant i distributed everywhere. Thi sickness
suggest two thing. First the cause, second the
remedy, lhe cause may be easily traced to the
naturally uncleanly habit of the Portuguese, who
win noi, wiiu iew exceptions, Keep tlieir liremnu!
clean, mtu regard to the remedy oue naturally
thinks, in the absence of locaUQovcrnment hosui-
talrt, of the desirability of a building being set
apart on eacu plantation ior Hospital purpose in
case or any sudden outbreak of sickness. Could
not an arrangement bo made between the Govern
ment and the planter for the erection of such a
suitable building on a small scale, aud the engage
ment of one person to attend to patient. If
planters found the building, might not the Govern
ment find an attendant, to act under the local
doctor, whose service could be utilized in other
ways when not engaged in nursing the sick ? In
the present case the Portuguese children reouire
uuuiisiiuig iuuu irequenuy, anu in small quantl
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ne : me parents meuisei yc are incompetent in
many way to provide such necessaries, or to ad
minister to the requirements of the invalid ; and
were it not ior tne prompt action taken Lw tho
manager oi mo nonoxaa x'lantation in arranging
ior Bucn immediate necessities, the poor little
sufferers won id nave fared badly.
t X rXT a a
n Ed A
I fume-tenths of the heavy taxpayer of Hm ,11m-
trict have been before the Appeal Board during
me past ween, ana in most every instance Lirn
had their taxes reduced to where they should lie.
The Assessor has shown himself not only incapable
or performing the duties or hi office, but seems to
have as little sense when before the Appeal Board
as in his assessing.
Reformation i said to have taken place at
jiuiowa, uu luBieau oi iesiivity, pravinc is in
TT ..1 1 1 A , . . .
Splendid rain, and the cane fairly laugh. It
never promised better at thi season of tho year.
wti - m. -
Alio younsr men oi our district nave rormeri a
club, to bo known as the Kohala Social Club, for
the purpose or giving select entertainment and
encouraging a good time. Dr. Thompson wa
elected president, Mr. Brodie vice-president, Mr.
Filder treasurer, and Mr. Kemps ter secretary.
Several important committees were appointed, and
everything looks as though they meant business.
Go ahead boys, and the district will stand by you.
Last week Mrs. Hind and Mrs. Bond, whilst
driving, were thrown from their carriage in conse
quence of colliding with a heavy team. Mrs, nind
was considerably bruised and Mr. Bond onito
seriously hurt, though probably- not dangerously
Dr. Thompson says the Board of Health i in
earnest as to building a hospital here. It is a
move that should have been mado before. We
don't need one badly all the time, but when wa
do need it we see the value of gueh an institution.
Our San Francisco Letter
San Fbancisco, Dec. 9.
Congress has assembled since the date of mv
last letter, and is already actively at work. The
President's message has no very strong points
about it, although containing considerable in
formation regarding public affairs.
Discussing the Hawaiian treaty, the President
says: vmie certain provisions of that com
pact may have proven onerous, its existence has
fostered commercial relations which it is im
portant to preserve. I suggest, therefore, that
early consideration be given to such modifica
tions of the treaty as Beeni to be demanded by
the interests of our increasing trade." The
tieaty will undoubtedly be the subject of early
action. It was expected that the Committee ou
Foreign Affairs would have taken it up yester
day, but owing to the absonee of one of the
members it was postponed until next week. J.
Hale Sypher, who represents the interests of the
Louisiana planters expressed the opinion that the
Committee will smother the investigation started
on Hawaiian sugars last session.
The report of the Tariff Committee has occa
sioned surprise, as it is more cf a reform mea
sure than had been anticipated. In fact, it in a
long step in the reduction of duties. Yesterday
a bill was introduced in the House embodying
the views of the Commission, and prompt action
is expected in it. 'lhe Importers and refiners
object strongly to the recommendations of the
Commission for a reduction of duties on raw-
sugars of from ten to twelve par cent., declaring
that is praetally no reduction at all. They
will make a fight for a" Jarger . reduction, while
the Louisianians will coutend for theif era pro
What the People Say.
V'e invite exproMlrma of opinion from the public upon
til nubjecU of general iutercut for insertion undr tbU
bead of the Apvektiheu. Such comuiuuicatiou should
be authenticated by th name of the writer as gua
rantee of good faith, bat not necesHarlly for publica
tion. Our object 1 to offer the f ulleat opportunity for a variety
of popular dlxcunHlou anil inquiry.
To all inquirer we shall eudeavor to furnish Inforiiia-
tiou of the most complete character on any aubject in
which they may be tnterested.
Mb. Editob: Allow nay few remarks on
the public lecture of Hon. A. F. Judd in Ka
wakapili to occupy a little space of one of
your numerous and friendly columns.
On reading the contents of this lecture In
Kb Hawaii Fae Aiua " of the ICth inst., it
seemed to me that the Hon. Lecturer had
summarized tho old Hawaiian history, as
regards his esteemed theme ' Kulkohi, "
neither with the impartiality which he
boasts of so much, saying, "ua waeau ...
m kn hoopilimeaaiole," nor with the sincere
love of truth which should characterize the
historian. He had not the right of dispens
ing with truth because the history he has
presented so briefly tolas hearers was not hi
own, as he says "ai,le '." Has he not
made it his own by his summarizing it,
biased as it has been by the intolerent Pro
testant spirit of that time, and adding his
own reflections on it, praising so highly the
great persecutor of true believers, and wish
ing her a statue because of her having been,
I suppose the very humble servant, and sup
ple tool of the American missionaries, aud
specially for the persecuting so cruelly and
shamefully the inoffensive Catholic priests.
This want of impartiality and fairness on
the part of the lecturer is very regrettable
and very much surprising because we have
nothing to expect but equity from him
who is Chief Justice in the Kingdom, what
ever nationality and religious denomination
we might belong to.
How this history has been biased by the
bad spirit of the time, it is very easy to see,
when we consider that the Catholic priests
are there assimilated to the disturbers of
peace, exciting reb.IIon a-rlnt fl... loglll.
mate Authority, Importing liquor, Altering
crime, and worthy only to bo Urlvtn away,
if not benteu to ibatli. Is It iu those calo
gories of great criminals (hat we numt llul
the tfeif-cacrinVing Catholic pricHta, ami
their rcMHftnhle old Bishop Iouls Malgrtt,
who worked for the .spiritual welfare of tb
country with t much diintcr.-tedncMN, all
different in this reMcit from their crtil
And that persecution, which neems, in the
opinion of the lecturer to have made Kaa
liumanu so great u lH-rxon a to be called
by him the good chief " Ke 'Ml pono," and
worthy to have a statue erected in memory
of her goods deeds, and specially, no doubt,
of her inhumanity toward the most faith
ful Hawaiians, the catholic, is it not a blot
la the Hawaain Annals, which ought to be
passed over bv renders, If not elliiced for
ever, instead of being brought to light
Again, as has been lately done at Kanmaka
pill by the Hon. Lecturer.
The history summarized In the lecture la
not only partial but untrue, too, when it
imputes to the Hawaiian c hiefs that great
opposition to Catholicism, and the Inhuman
expulsion of the Cathollo pricMs, whle no
body now can ignore, but everybody very
well knows that it was the American Mlas
ionaries who were alwavs nrging tho Ha
waiian chiefs to expel the Catholic prlcKls.
and frighten their subjects by cruel mea
sures to present them from turning Cath
olics, or make thoHe who had alrvn.lv r..
come Catholics, apostates.
Aim is it not mucinous to call the Ameri
can missionaries Messenirera of tl.n
" nn tlr.'e o kr when the cross has al-
w Vtthccnau abomination toll mill mi far
that they made it one of their strong poi.it
to cry down Catholicism, as idolatry, and
all tho Catholics as Idolaters, resuscitating
the idolatry of old limes.
That nummary of Hawaiian history Iu the
way It has been presented bv tli Hon. h-
turer. must have rekindled In tbn hrirun
of Kaumaknpiil tho old intolerent fanati
cism of their ancestors, instead of Instilling
In their hearts a "kuikahi " spirit.
jui iuaiih.it ue to hhii, we live now In
peace, owing to the liberal government of
King Kalakaua, who has learned from the
exrtHrieuco of hi
. ,., - ' I HUM IIUUI
his visiting other foreign counti lea, that It
is a liberalism well under ( oihI. Hint lint
bigotry, which contributes to the prosper
ity of a country anl the happiness of Its
inhabitants, and ueems to nmU Mm unit.
Jccts forget tho unsatlsflable Intolerance of
somo Hawaiian rulers of old by glvlmr full
liberty of conscience.
Mb. Editor, It is not my wont on the very
eve of Christmas to bo at difference with Any
man. The spirit that now manifest itself
withiii me above nil other time, is Peace on
earth, goodwill to meii." Hut another miirit
within mu says, how can such thinis b when
one lead the Honolulu tiewKPanera V A aintiw
luent inado by the Gazette, relating to the
Foreign Office and tho French Commissioner,
haviug lieen flatly contradicted by the party
who ouijhl to know the facts, is again revived by
the schoolmaster, but instead of boldlv admitting
his error, as Lo would teach bin pupils to do
when they pervert the truth, ho wrxrelea and
tquirmt by Btating that Mons, Fecr was caused
to think that " Mr. Carter is recalled."
The public were uuder the Impression that
this matter had Wen fully threshed out. and had
hopes of seeing HomethingvM in this week's
Gazelle, but wero doomed to disappointment.
On opeiiiiig the (Jazetfe hint Wednesday morning,
my heart leaped with joy on rcadiucr the first
two lines iu the editorial columns. . " Merrv
Christmas I Happy season, which calls forth
the beHt feelings of our nature." Who could
Ixdieve that a mind so susceptible to seasonable
influences could immediatelv Afterwards twrnr
forth a torrent of invective ncainst his neighbor.
As a subscriber to the Uazell'. and alno
to the r. C. AnvKnTtsEB, I trust that all pr.ional
bickering will cease, and nUo that the tolerated
school-muster will, in RS3. turn over a new leaf
aud treat his readers to something mJ
nttoty. I am a well-wisher of tho young man
who fills so miiuv lucrative situations, bat
in consequence of having ho ninny irons in the
fire, I trust ho will not neglect to connider tho
feelings of his readers, more especially tiioso
who have paid a years' subscription In advance.
Wishing you tho "compliment of tho nennnn''
Air. Editor, and the Ramo to tho whole of tho
fraternity. 1 am, etc, Junius
We cheerfully cive room to the following-
S. S. Suez, December 21, 1882. Mr. Euitoii: I
winh, through the medium of your columns, to
thank the Manuring Committee and brothers of
the A. O. F. for their courtesy and kindness to
myself and fellow-officers at their ball last eve
ning. Indoin ho wo feci ourselves bound to
state that, for tlieir Cm bull nothing could ex
ceed Hie good management dieplaycd and pram
isca well for tho future. Wo consider the ball of
last night to bo ono of the beat ore! red and EiOl
enjoyable little gatherings wo have ever bad the
pleasure to attend.
Mr, Herirer s excellent band needs nacommcnt
from me, its qualities liring too well known.
lourK, etc., (jeo.Ainsi.ie,
1st officer ofS. 8. Sue.
8 NT t'l.AI S.
'TU Christmas Eve I How fast the yearn
l:i:f up about the heart.
Choke with their dnxt the fount of bars,
And kill life's lottcr part.
How fut tho tido of time devours
Youth'M Kliiiiio flclilit of morn ;
How KM.n where once we dream'd of ftow'rs
iSolls a grey sea forlorn.
'Ti Chi intmas Eve ! The bi-nned time
Yhcn Heaven le:uix nnear,
To uliare tint iniihic of the chime
With earth'it untuned par :
The hlcNHcd tinm when children gucMg
The truth of lltaven'n Joys ;
For Hanta Clans comes down to bloim
Tlieir hope with earthly toys.
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Your dreams, dear child, of toy and play
Are briK'ht as dreams may bo ;
Aud like enough the coming day
Each wih fulfilled may two.
When, with a heart adaticc with Joy,
Your little hands unfold
Tho paper crip that hides tho toy
More covctod thau gold.
Ah, nhall we never foel aaiu
That hi! -iB of early days.
When in the dunk, with eyes astrain,
Their heads the children raino ;
Aud dimly in tho wintry licht.
--.Vhile Joy 111 fill the sir,
FihvJach dear w lnh I annw red right
Upon'tnts bedside chair?
But soon the dream of c;1f'r week
Unprofitable seems ; '- .
And doll that blinks or lamb that'nqf?at -.
MuHt go tho way of dreams ;
And soon tho rcHtleH love, grown faint,
No thrill of rapture feel,
In grace ,f form, or glo of paint,
Or cunning work of wheel.
YVt at tho thildrcnVjfeiitival
Let them rejoice awhile ;
'Though soon the new-found rapture pall,
Sweet is the early umilo. '
And sweet it is to hearts grown old,
That such KiirpaKHing Joys
Still linger, all un.liuimed their gold,
A)out the dear old tovs.
W. S . isyer, in Smta Clans,
Fort Street Church Christmas Services.
At Fort Street Church to-morrow, the morning
service will be choral, and in the evening a Praise
Service will be held. OitnEa ir 8kviosi
Opening Voluntary : Pastorale, Aferlel Mr ftf II
Jones. 2-jChristi.)as Anthem: "Behold I brine
you glad Tiding." Sir John Qoss Fort Street
Choir. 3- Invocation. J. A. Crn.an. t Ke
npoi.se: "Let tho words of mv mouth," BaumUck
-lort Street Choir 5Keading of Old Testament
Lenon, Itev. S. C. Damon, 1. U. CHynin "Jov
to tho World " etc., L. Mason-Choir and Congre
gation. 7 Prayer, Hey. S. C. Damon. D. D. V
Kesponse: "I waited for the Lord." Mendelssohn
-lort Street Choir. tf-Bcading New Testament
Lesson . I. A. Crnzan. 10 Anthem : " I will I'raiso
Thee-, I armcr-Iort Street Choir. 11 -Offer toiic:
Instrumental, Messrs. Yarndley and Jones. 12
iI'mn,: 'hilc Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
by Night, Handel Choir and Congregation. 13
-Christmas Address. J. A. Cruzan. 14Anthsm ;
ut tl Wrfy-T"'.,.,"ir ""yn: "Hark, the
Herald Angels Sing," Mendelssohn. 15 Dismis
sion, J. A, Cruzan. 10-Postludio : Hallelujah
Chorus, (from tho Messiah) Handel Mr. M. II.
IIP" A fine selection of Ladies' Satin Corsets can
bo had at the Honolulu Clothing Emporium of A.
fliEixis, ioj rort street. -. , , wdcc3