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TUESDAY. DEO. 20, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell nt 12
noon, nt sales room, tho well estab
lished bntfery, buildings, etc. of
AN OLD BURIAL GROUND.
1 ,f Midlives, dies, and is forgot
ten." 'This is tine of the innjority
of mankind1, not all. A few names
of the long gone past live in the
, jjvoihl's rcmembinnco todny, anil
PSfvVtH live tb'the Inst generation ; but
the "great multitude " of the un
'nujilber.ed dead are forgotten. This
. train of thought was induced by a
liricc.tn'clb we witnessed a few clays
ago. It is brielly this: In Upper
'JL'alama, near tho dairy called by
that name, on the summit of a little
"hili, is an old burying ground.
There is nothing on tho surface lo
maik it as such no mounds, no en
closures,' no headstones, nothing.
In the summer it presents an aspect
of barrenness and desolation ; in the
yi'niny season it is green with grass,
w'hieh sptings up and is cntcn off
by cattle that roam over the spot.
One side of the little hill has been
dug down, and the mixture of earth
and black snnd, of which it was
v composed, taken away ; and so near
" has the digging and removing pro-
l cess approached to the graves that
the ends of sonic of the eolllnsnic
left without coveiing. Since tho
hand of man stayed its ruthless
proceedings the winds and rains
continue the work. At the present
time portions of live or six collins
, ' arc bare, with the ends decayed or
broken off, and the lleshlcss bones
within exnoscd to view. These dis
jointed bkclctons were once the scat
of animation, passion, emotion, sen
timent, and the vehicle of thought
and action j but long ago they came
to the end of living, reached the
home of the dead, and there they
arc unrcmcmbcicd. In life they
were loved, in death they were
, lamented, in the grave they arc for
' gotten. If not .forgotten, why so
' neglected? lfcrhaps, those who wcro
. ithcir kindred and friends have gone
to their long homes, too, or if they
have living lineal descendants, those
descendants may not know who
their ancestors were. One fact is
plain, these .mortal remains of
human entitle', lying half exposed
in this old desecrated burial ground,
in Upper Palnnin, have been forgot
ten. Is theic no one among the
living who will show so much
respect for tho dead as to re-enter
these? blecclnng' bones? This may
bo considered a ligitimatc under
taking ,for the ,1'oolu Association.
Np.pnc could reasonably complain
if tho Government took the matter
iu hand. Decency not to mention
any nobler sentiment demands that
boincthing bo dono by somebody.
CHRISTMAS'TREE AT FORT
t Saturday afternoon, at !) o'clock,
found the vqstry and parlors of Fort
street Church filled to their utmost
capacity with the children attend-
thc .Sunday School, and their
cnts and friends. 'JL'lic cliikircu
ir some beautiful Christmas
carols cavofully practised for the oc
casion, under tho able tuition of
Prof. Yarndlcj". Selections from
the second chapter of Luke wcro re
cited and prayer offered up by Mr.
Crtiznn. Then the distribution of
Christinas gifts from the tree took
place, and who can measure tho
.happiness tlipt filled the breast of
each for all wcro remembered. Prof.
Yarndlcy received a handsome pre
sent, and tho Key. J. A. Crtiznu was
the rccipiciit of two beautifully
frosted Christmas cakes. Between
.three, and four hundred adults were
' present, The following is the list
of .teachers; Mr. and Mrs. W..W.
Ilnltf tMro,'E. O. Hall, Miss Ncllio
Jiidd, "Mr, "Bowen, Miss Mclutyrc,
Miss Kccdliam, Mrs. l' Cooke, Miss
Moore, Mr, Shaw, Misses H. and .7.
Parke, Mrs. .1. Y. Dickson, Miss II.
Chamberlain, Miss Kmnicsj Miss
Jones, Miss Itoycc, Miss King, Miss
Pratt. Mrs. J. Wtttcrhousc.Mr. and
SUNDAY SERVICES) '
FQflT OT. OHUflOH.
In the morning was crowded by the
children who had comu to offer a
Children's Scrvico of praise to the
Lord for His mercies. Mr. Ct train
told them in his address that now
wns tho time to improve their Ton
gues, Tastes, and Tempers, illus
trating his meaning by a blackboard
diagram. The scrvico wns inter
spersed by some beautiful hymns
sung by the children. In the even
ing n Clntstmas Praiso Service was
hold. Tho address wns short nnd to
tho point. Amongst the nut hems,
Jubilate was sung in public for the
first time, it being specially com
posed for the occiHioir by Mr. "Winy
Taylor. It was indeed beautifully
rendered by the choir, and will take
higli rank ns a musical composition.
In the morning the church was
beautifully deeoratul. and Dr.
Damon preached a splendid sermon.
ST. ANDREWS' OATHEDRAL
the usual sorrico wcro held for the
day, and a full congregation gave
the l espouses. At the
As announced, tho Higlit Ucvcrcnd
lho Bishop of Olbn preached n ser
mon in English, suitable to the oc
casion. Tho church was crowded by
nn nttcntivc nudienco.
KAUMAKAPILI 8UNDAY 60HOOL EXHIDI
TION. The regular quarterly exhibition
of the Kaumakapili district Sunday
Schools, which was held last Sun
day, commencing at 10:30 in the
morning, was a complete success in
every respect. The huge church
wns filled to overflowing with child
ren, teachers, and interested visitors.
The mass of happy, smiling brown
faces, inteispcrscd with an occasion
al countenance of white, was a de
lightful spectacle. Mr. A. L. Smith,
the assiduous superintendent of the
schools, had the general direction
of tho services, and performed his
duty with thorough elllcicnc'. Tho
exercises consisted of singing, re
citations, and questions and an
swers. Ten schools exhibited, all
doing extremely well. Our spaco
will not admit of a review of each
school, but the Macmac and Indus
trial schools may be noticed as en
titled to special mention. Many of
the hymns and recitations of the
different schools were in the English
language, correct pronunciation and
distinct enunciation characterizing
the rendering in nearly every in
stance. The whole exhibition was
a credit to the schools, n credit to
all concerned, and a credit to the
The steamer Madras arrived yes
terday morning, 1 1 days from Port
Townscnd. She will leave in 3 or 1
The Mokolii brought on Saturday
from Koolau 17.") bags sugar, 300
bags paddy and 500 bags rice.
The Lndy Lninpaou'd passage was
only 15 days.
Tho Echr'Emma Claudina, Capt.
Nntson, arrived on Kith insl. from
Eureka with a cargo red wood lum
ber, for the II. C. Co.
Tho brig Pomarc, Capt. Drew,
sailed Dec. 20 for San Francisco
with 2,170 bags sugar, weighing
251,380 lbs. and 113 hides, valued
The brig Hazard, Capt. Paulsen,
sailed Dec. 22 forPoit Towiibcnd,
to bring back a cargo of lumber for
. (From Our Own Clrrc(UIll1l;,,')
In two weeks time the railroad
will be finished to Xiulii, tho termi
nus, and Judge Hart's sugar, which
his mill iB now busy in making, will
be transported to Mahukona by rail,
for flhipmciit to Honolulu by
steamer. . Tho Judgo has business
tact enough to sec the advantages of
this wny of getting his sugars to
market, iu preference to depending
upon sailing vessels, 'as do some of
our plantations. Hero wo have had
three schooners laying at different
sheltered ( ?) points iu the district,
for from 11 week to ten days each,
wniting for weather that would allow
tho shipment of cargo.
Wc did not have such an exciting
time over the assessment of taxes ns
did our friends in Ililo, but lho
appeal board reduced tho absurd
assessments of tho astute l'ilipo, 20,
25, and sometimes even fiO per cent.
Why will -not Government pay more
attention to the selection of men of
sense and judgment to the important
post of Assessor?
" jjlVlic recent rains havo been copi
oiwj mid crops, uro looking finely,'
TVm tm mi'tt fMPi ntntniitlnnt.
On tholCth instant, tho schooners
Ida Schnnuer and Mary Dodgo nt
rived here tho former 10 days from
Sim Francisco, and tho latter 21
duys from Humboldt. The Ida Schj
turner has n full cargo of nicrcl.nu
disc, nnd -i cabin nnd 13 steerage
passengers. The Mary Dodge line
a full cargo of red wood lumber for
this market. On- the night of tho.
lCth n sailor of the Ida Schnnuer
wns cnitght smuggling four tins of
opium ashore. Ho wns sentenced to
ono week imprisonment and Tided
sjland &J costs.
Weather good; volcano reported
Our now Bond Supervisor seems
to bu exciting himself manfully, and
new bridges nro going up iu the
place of those swept away by tho
last storm. . Some of tho worst
gulelips have been fi.ed,and it looks"
as though wo nro really going to
have something done.
Ililo, Dec. 21, 1882
. (Prom our mn CoricsnomlcnL)
II. It. II. Princess Eamakacha
has made Lalmina another :visit.
She again gave valuable aid to those,
in charge of the fund for repnirs on
Wninec Church. She gave another
concert Thursday evening.' and she
was the leading spirit In n fair
which was held in the Church Fri
The mail for Australia per City
of Sydnc', closes at 11 o'clock thid
I. O. G. T,
the Harmony Lodge,
, held an election of
CunisTJiAS 1882 is past and it
has been more generally observed as
a holiday than any preceding one so
wc have been told.
Tnr.iu: were not many drunks
locked nip yesterday at the Police
station, although many were seen
under the influence of liquor in the
Tin: Band concert yesterday
afternoon was listened to by an
enormous crowd of appreciative
listeners. The unusually lengthy
and attractive programme was goiie
through to, the satisfaction and
pleasure of everyone. The taste of
the selections being popular all were
Satukday night in Fort Street
Church afforded u glimpse at 111:1113'
varied characters and scenes. The
streets were full of people, and all
the shops that were open were full
of purchasers. For a wonder very
few were seen in tho saloons,
WILLIAM I). UAMBKH begs to
notify his friends and tho public
generally that ho has mniln peinianent
arrangement with Mcms. Ashley fc Co.
to superintend the baggage depaitincnt.
'J1 1 10 IltVYVuiinn
Temperance Year Book,
T'HBRK will be published hero in
January, 188;i, n year book, an in.
teieting nnd useful volume "with tho
aboo title. A bandy book of reference
ns well nsa valuable book for the house
hold. It will be csneciallv devoted to
the temperance cilf-e, nnu will be of
mueli u-o nil the year around. You will
lio solicited to subscribe to tills book,
and can obtain further Information by
calling upon D. M. CllOWLHY,
280 Honolulu. II. I.
LOST, on Friday afternoon, yiear Fort
street Chinch,' n sniair PUHSE,
containing n sum of money. The Under
will be rewarded on returning wmic to
Mr. J. Q. DiCKhox. 271) lit"
fy KING STltKET, to let, 5 minutes
10111 Post Olllce,
150 Barrels of Red Salmon
To arrive by Lndy Lampbon,
For salo by
277 !U ' " C. UREWElt & CO.
A frcsli lot of the
Best California Raisins
For Sale In (iiinutlties to suit, by
278 lw J. T.-WATEUI.IOUSE.
IN SUITES nail SINGLE, in desirable
locality, suitable for 111 ivato family.
oifi . CAYENAGII'S AGEN'CY.
2 LARGE Unfurnished Rooms, 'five
minutes walk fiom Post Oillce.
27!) Cavesaiw'h A(h:xcy.
Uxt'ful Chinese Uojx,
(ft-J9 PER MONTH,
' 271 CAYENAGII'S AGENOV.
rpiIH business of a lcstaurant, good
JL stand, in full iiianlug order; stovo
nnd cortk house utensils complete. Term
OWING TO THE UNUSUAL DEMAND THAT WE HAVE HAD FOR)
And, notwithstanding the
(lot Unit we opened a few
weeks ago, was the largest
wo liuvu ever received, we
llnd Olirsuhcs qillto out nf
ninny ai tides.
Wc have decided to make
a llboinl discount to nil pur.
chasers nf these goods and
until efliT the OhiMnias
. 'Wo are obliged to order
n nbw supply immediately,
in order to bu picpuied lor
thojc weddings which mo
to conic olf soon.
E. O. HALL
A F1NU ASSOltTMKNT OV
Boots, Shoes, Slipjwrs,
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS,
One in 11 box, nil of which nro '
Eminently Suitable for Christinas Presents
277 A. W. lllCILVHDSOX & CO.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Unusual Business Opportunity.
Stock and Good Will,
Tuesday, December 20th,
at 12 noon, at Sales ltooin,
By Older qf A J. Cartwright, Esq., I will
sell nt auction the
"Well Ks ttU 1 i Hi 1 ol 13u Ucvy
Lot, Store, llullding, Stables, Cook
house, Horr.es, Delivery Wagons
nnd all Machinery nnd stock con
nected with tho bakery of Messrs
Love Bros., on Nuuanii stiect.
Also, thoso thrco very desirable Rcsidcnco
Lots, with buildings ihorcon,
Situnted on Nuuauu Avenue, near
Kukul, between the Lyceum and the
Tnnics Lemon nionorty.
For further nniticuhirs ec posters, or
enquire of A
J. Cartwright, or
. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Received This Day,
SALMON, iii. InvrrelM,
Salmon, in y, barrels
Salmon Hollies, in kilt, '
Parrels Mcs Reef,
Parrels P. M. Pork,
M barrels- PigPoik,
nutter, iu kt'gM ""l kittn,
flutter, In glass jars,
An a-ortmont of Ciiko Goods,
Cac Jams and Jellies,
Cases Cheese, -
- ' Cases' Dijed Apples,
Cases of Turkey nnd Tongue,
Cases Dried Ueef,
Cases Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Pilot Dread,
Cas-es Cocoauut Tally Cakes,
Cases Pnlaoc Mixed Hlscut, r
, Case Oatjnealtiu 10 lh bags, , ',
Cases Cora" Meal, In 10 ll bags.
Cases Split Peas,
Cases and bag? Red Potatoes,
Hags Red Heaps,
Hags White Heans,
Golden Gato Holler Flour,
Cotton Duck, No. 1 to 10,
Cotton Rav'cu Duck. No. 8j 10, 12.
. . For sale bv (
llOLLES & GO.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1882. 277 lw
Merchants & Storekeepers.
AS THE YEAR IS CLOSING I tic
sire to suv. that nil merchants mid
storekeepers will llnd it to their iutcicbt
to patronize mo if outside help is- re
quired to adjust accounts, arrango books,
and general business matters for the new
3?" Commercial mntters of every des
cription attended to. '
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Hiisinoss Agent,
27 Merchant street.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnersliip
NOTICE is hereby given tlint tliq Co.
paitnershipherutofoi 0 existing be.
tween HoiiKiiT Lovk and Mamks Lovk,
of Honolulu, under the firm mimo of
Robert Lovo & Brother, has been (lis.
Milved by mutual consent. .
All claims against the said co-partucr.
ship 'ill forthwith bo presented to A. J.
Cait wright, at his olllce on Kaiihumami
street, Honolulu ; and all moneys owing
to the same will be paid to hihi without
(SijjiH'd) A, J. CARTWRIGT, '
Agent lor itout, iiove & nro.
Honolulu, DccrOtli, 1882.
ti S08 2w
Wc would here remark
Unit we often have occasion
to send special orders for
Tinted or Silver ware, i-omc.
times to lie marked with a
letter or monogram, which
Is done in beautiful style.
Any ono wishing sets of
Forks nnd Spoons, or any.
thing else, marked or not
marked, would do well to
leave the. order ns soon us
Call nnd examine these,
beautiful goods before they
niu all goiio. Yoii all know
they uro to bo found nt :
ECE I VE D
Sandals, Ties, &c.
The Beaver Saloon
For Smo'kcrs. Xook nt this list :
Tobacco nnd Cigars finest braiiMl
Tobacco pouches nnd boxes
G. B. I), briar loot pipes
Cigar and Cigaictte Holders
Pipe stems from 2 to 24 inches long
"Wood cigar and cigarette holders
All these are quite new and f tho finest
brands. i s . i -
27SJ IL J. NOLTE.'
A Grand Offer!
f HAVE NOW ON EXHIBITION
JL nt my Store,
No. 55 Hotel Street,
the following fine goods will I will oiler
for sale at jobber's prices,
Until the 28th of this month :
HO gold s. w. Elgin Waltham Watches
10 nicklo ditto ditto, Sw;lss watches
20 Gent's solid gold vest chains
12 Ladies' opeia chains
18 Ladies' and children's neek chains
50 Solid gold sots pins nnd enr-iiiigs
20 Rolled gold plated ditto ditto
Solid cold bracelets and baii"les
80 Prs. Ladies' and children's ear-rings
12J5 Gold seal rings
80 Scarf pin,
A Inrge variety of eye-glasses & bracelets
Chains, swivels, plated vest chains and
charms; children's ribbon nml cuff
pins, ribbon lockets nnd chnnii.
Jewelry cases in velvet nnd plush
Watch stands and parlor clocks, in plush
Musical clocks and hove,
Parlor, calendar, dining room, kitchen,
office, inkstand, plnln and bronze
Striking, alarm, U-diymul 18-hour
Saturday Evening, Dec, 30th,
the balance- of stock, at1 that time, '
together with stoic fixtures, safe, show
case, chandelier, and lense of store will
be disposed of by Mr. Adams,
At-Public : Auction',
at his Sales room, Queen st.
On January ilrd, Twill offer at private
sale, at No. 53 Hotel street, my large and
well selected stock of Watchmaker's
Tools and Stock. The tool will bo sold
iu one lot, nnd tho stock iivpnc ml,or
both together. Tills ofl'er is good for
one day only.
D. W. CLARK.
Honolulu, Dec 10, 1882. '
A SPLENDID Opportunity Is
now offered, to buy tho Papu
lar Lodcinc House rccchtlv
occupied nnd conducted by Mrs. White,
nt 125 Fort street. Tho premises contniii
1 store, 17 bcllrooms; kitchen, dining and
bath loom. The rooms nro nil nicely,
furnished nnd In perfect orilcr. Fur"
fuither particulars apply to present pro
prietor, P. W. WALLACE, 120 Y6H St.,
Office Sup't Wntcr Works,
Honolulu, July a, 1882.
ALL persons having WacrlPrlVilcgofl
aro untitled that their Water Rates
nro payable seiiii-niinunlly, in advance,
at tho olllce of ll'c Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of rftuuinu 'street,
upon tho 1st tliwof January and-Jiily of
each year. OHAB. H. WILSON,
Sup't Water Works.
S. K, Kaai, MliiUler of Interior. "01
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