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MONiAY, JAN. 16, 1883.
EVENINQ. ,JMccUlig' of Knpiohini Park Abs
olution, il Artnoiy, nt 7.
" Algnrolm Lodge, 1. O. G. T. nt
Harmony Lodge, 1. O. 0. F. at
Blind at Emma Square, 7:00.
Road to the insane asylum.
Is Veiling tlic Insane Asylum on
Thursday afternoon labt, our re
porter went over this road in an ex
press. It is a mere Iraclc ju&t wide
enough for one carriage, and with no
footpath. It winds in and out
many times, that it is nc crooked as
the pig's tinditional " curly tail."
Throughout it passes between tai'o
patches, and the earth of which it
Consists' is of that muggy character
peculiar to such soil. Hero and
there arc patches of immense stones
imbedded in this earth, and about
every two yards arc hols varying in
depth from one to three feet, which
have been worn by the constant
trailic. "Wet or dry the road is
more than ankle deep in1 mud. In
fact it is the worst road in the
city, if not on the islands. Travel
ling over it is a purgatory which one
could hardly wish one's enemies to
endure. It is true that another and
better road to the Asylum can be
had by going past the What Cheer
House, but still this one ought to be
repaired. It is a disgrace to the
community that such a state of
things is allowed. It has been said
that the road is private property for
about four years more, but wc arc
quite sure the owners would willing
ly give up all rights to the present
land it occupies and add a little to
it if the Government would only
guarantee to make a good respect
able road of it.
H. R. H. PRINCESS LlKELIKE
llejd her birthday reception at her
beautiful residence at "Wiiikikion
Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5
o'clock. The grounds, which show
great taste and care in their plann
ing and cultivating, were thronged
with visitors, who came to pay their
respectful homage of friendship and
love. During the reception the
Royal Hawaiian Band, under Prof.
II. Bcrgcr's 'baton, played some
beautiful Hclecions. Refreshments
were served, and promenading with
the usual amount of caitserie indulg
ed in. His Majesty, Princess Liliuo
kalani, the Diplomatic Corps, the
JMinistry, and our chief citizens were
present to do honor to the occasion.
The European Brotherhood
departure for europe.
; riliijl' l'JiOM.KM.
A Great many of tho Italians,
Frenchmen and Germans living in
San Francisco, have conceived the
idea to set up an Association, wlioho
uin'i is tho deliverance' of all the
oppressed people; its name is to bu
tho Fraternity, and as soon as it is
better and nioro widely known, it
bluill become mujvcrsal. This .new
Salvation Army shall then start for
the Old Country under the direc
tion of 'thos'o 'Chiefs" whom wo are
gciing'to elect; To supply the ex
penses and tiio'needB'of this (mann
ed phalanx wc shall addiess us first
to the Government of that Country
with our Army is traversing; if tho
authorities refusp this legitimate
request, the Chiefs shall have tho
power, to jssuo a number of checks,
one dollar in valuo, under tho secur
tyoftho United Mute of America
and of tho European Fraternity.
Tho calling of tho departing
brethen takes placo' when all the
checks or bhares aro subscribed.
Tho brethen bliall provido tliuiu-
bolves with everything necessary
for a trip so far and full of dangeis.
A grand mooting is to bo held some
time before tho departure, in oidur
to elect tho Chief, Under-Chief,
Cushion, Physicians, and a company
of brethen charged with the main
tenance of good order. As boon as
those nominations aro made, tho
column liads to embark, and after
crossing the Atlantic, tho ships hlmjl
turn their prows toward "Spain",
where a grand meeting is to' bo held
to disoubs"the'r8ituatioir. Wo Jjelio'v'o
that 'the Army will agree fof-ttio
seleotion of bouio parts of the Italian
Cpast for the lunding, probably
Geuo.i, whose populution , fe well
'dispohudltownrd the Bttnngcis. After
few days of menimcnt, the phalanx
begins its pilgrimage passing from
Alexandria, Asti, Tin in, Coni, and
going into beautiful France, where
splendid receptions expect us. Next
wny is'thatof Austria null Prussia,'
ami in the arsenals of those power
ful countries, the brethren shall arm'
themselves and move towatd Rus
sia, where we meet our brethren,
the Nihilists, and seize the Imperial
colors, and put in its oloec the Re
publican ones. If the tioops'.sliall
try to oppotc themselves against the
will of the people, they must bo
disarmed, nndwe elect a President
for Russia and another for the gieat
Httiopuun Republic, with Pans for
The foundation of the fraternity,
shall be laid by those gentlemen who
love its object. The Committee of
the Association is to hnVc for first
task the emission of a number of
shares, and to collect the necessary
fund requited to send to Europe at
least One hundred thousand Europe
ans with a month's provisions. The
founders of the Association shall
receive a notice where the Hist
meeting will lake place.
Let me tell you for the sake of
humanity, that this is the time to
make only one of all the heads,
which will be more reasonable. Lot
us deliver ourselves from the-tyranny
which rules over the w'oild, and our
brethen and sisters living in those
miserable contrics where there is no
trade, no industry, and the unfor
tunate ones -who arc suffering on the
galleys. Hence wc raise the eyes to
the almighty and pray for its succcs.
Be united and the thrones shall fall
very sdon, and the world shall be
come a great Republic according to
the wishes of oSIazzini and Garibaldi.
So, is the European Fraternity.
The above document was receiv
ed yy the last mail from California,
by a gcntlchmn residing here. No
imprint or name is to be found on
so that its authorship is a secret.
Wc print it as received, to show the
spread of socialistic and communis
tic principles, but wc do not think
that tho plan is liable to be carried
The schooner Prince parted her
chains and went ashore at' Hitclo,
Maui, on Thursday, after unloading
her cargo of coal.
Local & general items.
A sr.w decoration is to be insti
tuted commemorative of tho Corona
tion. "What lace came into the country
duty free, and is now attempted to
bo sold ? Is it for the ceremony ?
The Road Supervisor is having
that duckpond, in Queen si., niakiu.
of the Government Buildings, illlcd
Mi:. James Dodd has issued a new
style of tickets for his 'bus routes.
The pew ones tear off instead of be
ing punched. '
A yovmi man lately arrived from
tho Colonics, but an American by
birth, died of hemorrhage of the
lungs on Saturday night.
The Privy Councillors have noti
got any uniforms yet, but the' staff
ofllccrs have, and they ate, to pay
CAllfl ni,i.n 4V.. (!..,. I ' ' I
I . y n, , -l . . f- - - --
V""" tiirii;.!; iui instil i
Why does ho loiter' round the
Minister of the Interior's ofllcc
doorandbeek to know other peo
ple's business? Docs he want to
post tho Minister?
It Is rumored that several titles
will bo created and awarded during
the Coronation weeks. We shall
then have princes and dukes in our
W.utiiAXT.s are now bc'iug issued
for those who haven't yet paid their
tax-es. It seems strange that in a
matter of this kind a notification
should not bu sent first.
AVi: iiud on fin liter inquiry that
the story about lepers in one of out
git Is' schools arose from an incident
over a year old, having been con
siderably exaggerated and related to
our reporter as of reccttt occurrence.
Twi:stv-osk t'tnst of opium were
found .near the Quarantine Grounds
in a sack on' Saturday night by an
old native man. Three of them he
smashed to see what it was, Tlicy
were put it) tlic hands of the police.
Wo notice oTftlookin over tho2'.
0, As Calendar 'for this year, ihat
the following gentlemen's names are
omitted from tho list of Piivy-Coun-cillots:
W. h. Green, 11. A. P. Cur
ler. J.-SrWalkcr. Ate they
longer Priyyi Councillors ?
So much interest has been excited
(hiring the past week in the Union
Prayer Meetings, that it is decided
to hold fitithcrnicctihgspiuTiicsday
and Friday evenings in Foit street
Church, and in the Bethel Vestry on'
The subject of picccdencc at the
ceicmony has been anaiigcd, and
was to be finally decided on Satur
dny afternoon. Some will find them
selves rather vexed if the proposed!'
arrangement is carried out without
Os Friday the injunction prevent
ing building going on on those
stables opposite the Soap Woiks, was
dissolved. The, present occhpiers'nrc
now Koinj: to suc,for.-a.wriLof.ciect-
.-"v .i , . Jf."7MO
uienc, ami win appiy lor an liijunc
nun jfumitiic cite.. f v - ", -j,
Installation of Officers of IlanttonyV
Lodge, I. O. O. F., January 8th,
1883: J. ' i"5 u : S
M. D. Moif-arrat, N. (4.
A. O. Riehaidson, V. (I.
W. K. Derrick, R. S.
S. 1). Laine, P. S.
S. Selig, Treasurer.
Tin: invitations to the Coronation!
arc being issued. The border is in,
gold, representing bullion fringe,
with a narrow band of red inside it.
The Hawaiian coat-of-arms printed
in its heraldic colors, is at, the top,
and below is the invitation 'to sec the
'Coronation of Their Majesties the
King and Queen.
, i - r .
Some short itimc ago it was ahV
nounccd that the Survey Dcpart
mcnfwould give'the correct lime to'
all mills, &c., connected by tele
phone, and for a while the whistles
were unanimous in their announce
ment of the time. But, alas! it is
not so any longer". The old discord
lias againfasscrtcd its sway, and the
whistles pipe the hour in sweet dis
regard of anything1 like concord.
Tlic,i C. A.ot .Saturday, talks
in its editorial of the " crowins
popularity" of the Insane Asylum. ,
What does that mean ? Is it that
the Asylum is' getting so popular
that people want to go there and
feign insanity to be admitted ? If
not, what does it mean ? Wc fancy
that the " growing popularity" of
the institution , exists only in the
minds'of our' contemporary's editor
Hpeclni I'm llio Daily Dullclin.)
. At Tokio, ill Japan, there is or
rather,1- there 'was a" certain news
Ipaper which rejoiced in the euphoni
ous name of Kc-sc'hi-Shhnbuh, and
'which frpm its proiiQ'inced Radical
principles, might fairly be regarded
as the Jii-tnolds of the East.. The
Japanese Government, not so'toler
'ant as ours, suppressed the JConehi
Shimbun and thole, one would rea
sonably have supposed, the whole
matter wpuld have ended. But the
editor of thc'iW'c'-iSic''cH-i'woiild
seento be, a, man of wit, fully. con-,
bclouslofftlie advantage to bc'.gaiiied
by milking his prosecutors look ridi
culous. Accordingly, on tho sup
"prcssion of his paper, he sent out a
circular to nil his subscribers',' in
yiting them ,to ie presept at the
funeral of the defunct journal. On
the day and nt tho time mentioned in
tliOjCircularhpy came in their thou
sands ; the last number of the paper
was placed, ii a cpfllu, n procession
was fornled, riuil the deceased" news
paper was borne iiibtalelto the placo
of buriab and there duly interred.
Several funeral oration, delivered
over the giaye, formed1 a lifting-tor-initiation
to tho whole ceremony, 1
Dissolution of Partnership.
Xr,()TIC15 is lieicbv given Unit tho flnn
i- of IhoglU', Bpenrik Co. Is this ilav
involved by mutual consent. A. Yv!.
iuu!iuiUoa retiring. " -
All claim-, wlllbeimld by. GVUioglip
anil J. A. Rpl-nr, ntjil nil debts wlllbe
oollcctcd by them,
The biirtliiiMs will continue under the
lb nt liniiio of Uiogllc As Spear.
JpiiK A, Si'iuii.
. , r A. W, IUohahuuo.v.
Honolulu, .Ian. Ill, 188J. S'JU lm
,4 LL DKBTK duo fo ihti undertigneif
J. iiiiint bo paid on or buroio Urn Hist
January, i)tivnino tboy iU bo placed
in the, luuids. ,of a crtjluotor, ,
SWSw X ' JA$T. VHrillT.
- - DILLl - NGrH
Uecrvo this space for aiinu.iiicunictils of
- v i 'i H 'j. of Ahlolullioy:ii:Ho Urge invoices to arrive.
i . i ,i
NoTolticBiii"airLmcB of ' Agricultural Implements"''';
pjLfcOjC w ' jHi JiLuiimdvTixo oils. ,: .;,!".i,
. i . .a i ,: a ,i vo
Korosouc Oil, in lancet nozzle csuis, 150 Five Test,
rr -t ,. fromfEastcru'Kclhtcr.-.forsMlffin1iiiiantlll'cs'tr4tt?t, iiHlfiW
. til very low
ti os vJiuiS T RECEIY E:D ,
t - B F - ' -
Boots, Shoes, Slippcris, Sandals, Ties, l&6.
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS'. SCARFS, ," '
, One in a box, nil ofwliichaiu
Emiiiontly Suitable for the Present Season,
277 A. W. lUCIIAltDSOJf &:C0'.,
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
we will hold our
Regular Room Sale
i On Friday, ot each week.'
11 F. 8. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
AcKKSEECTABLE TIDY 'GIRL or
middle nijcd lvontiiti to hike cure
of cblldien and net as nuij-e, nnd to tra
vel with the family in 'foreign binds.
Comfoi table home oll'ctcd-witli suit
able wages. ' f, V s - .
' Addiess or'apply'to J E. WISEMA'N,
General Business A'gcnt, No. 27 Mer
chant street. ' 290 lw
Foit sale -
One Beautiful Koa how Case,
Velvet lined, 0 feet long, '
Beveled fr6nt. Two locks with dupli
2(1 iit E. O. HALL & SON.
The Proceed ingHjp '
OF THE LATE MASONlb.BAX.
QUJ3T, handsomely printyl'fjjylfio
tonedpap'er, especially for aliicja'u.'jtp bo
had iit the Bookstores,' and the 1'nUjic
Commercial Advertiser Office. I.'!;!! 2t
SITUATION as private watchman by'
a -ober, Hleady mini. Enquire at'
Souiiik'h Aniericau'Lodging lIou.-u.
' ' a5'lv ' .
OE 'or two NURSEMAIDS ,for,.
minding ebildieii, and lor n-.-,ist-unci'
in tlie'bou-ehold. Apply toNo.il
School Slree.t..-, , 2l);il
, ' AA'antcd, '
a'.T.G. AVcbt'h Ciujingo Facloiy. No.
J.Y, 7p Queen t-trccij, Four Good HELP
ERS in the trimming shop. Good Nage
LMUlw G. AVES'
To Kct, '""i
2 LARGE Unfuriiibhed Rooim:, five
' minutes walk from Post-Olllce.
27il G'AvnxAun's AoiixcY.
Real Estate Bureau
OWNERS of Real Estato will always
llnd il to their advantage to place
their houses mid lands in" my care for
diNpoMnl,ii8iI anrtlie'oiily acknowledged
Real Estate, Broker on the Itdnndts
Agents and Planters, and all otlicr cm
ployers off iiic(d;uiics and laborprt will
lu nuu lu liuillj uiu niii.il itii;iuii;ito w.
b- I ' tiJ, h.
it ' J
Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgage, and
all other legal paqers dfaivniu proper
Bookstand 'accouiilfl k"cpt, '
' Letters and Engrossing done,
and general business odlce woik of
cvciy drtorintioii attended to nnd'ulways
on the most rcasQiiiiblo terms. -
JOSEPH 3, "WISEMAN,
Oflico 37 M'ei chant Street, Houolulu
Telephone 172. P. 0. Bov, 31G '
' ' Xotice. """"
rplIE Aiuiuul, Meeting of the Knpio
X bini Park Association will be held
at thoiiiinnry, in this city, on Monday
evening; January H5th,'188:),aJ17 p.in,
A full'iittemlaucq is reiiifoMed.
28.T . ' Boeretary K. P, A.
A. 3. CLEGHORN & Co:
Have received a largo assortment of
Boots & Shoes
tojtil' till classes of nurchubcrtf,1 18
y 1 1 i
- AM - '&r - 'GQ:
mtwxi mt mm mn
.h- - iivij - ,rim
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Notice of DitsMolntion: "
THE cojpailnership heretofore pxist.
ing bctwebn" Bruce Caitwi-lcht, V.
H T.IK.,. nr A tV 1J...1. ....-.!.. .1... '.
name or style of thc Union Feed Co.? in
lllld .In.- .liLl..n.l
Dated Honolulu, Jnuunrj' 8,-'188y. '
rpiIE pnrtner.vhip heretofore existing
- n.hgtwceni thciisald tpiirtlc'slfai'dvo
mentioned was not dissolved on the 28th
flllV Of Tlponinlinr 1RH' Tl.n ...win..
tsigncd has not purchased 'the interest of
,, . u. jjnui; iinii A. ,y. ijusn, aim nas noi
mssumed all the liabilities of said Urm.
Diitccl Honolulu, Jan. 8, 188U. 292 lm
1 i.ta:. ciu. i-
rpiIE Union Feed Companv, composed
X of Bruce Caitwright, W. S! Luce,
land A. "V. Bush, was dissolved on the
28th il.iv nf 'Tlpi'i'iiilmr 1HU') ltrnri rv.i
wright purchasing the cntiio interest of
'W. S?. T.llnr. niwl A IV n..tl. ,..1... c "
the 28th December, 1882,' ceased to bo
partners in tlic said Union Feed Comp.
any. Bruce Caitwright, the purchaser,
'assuming nil liabilities of said Company
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
W. S. LUCE.
291 lm A. W. BUSH.
1" HAVE this day sold to Cavcnngh &
J- Co. the business of the Hotel Street
Market, and have much pleasure in re.
coniiiiendiiijg the new ilrm tatho favor
able notice of myiformer'pafrons.
' , , T E- G-'WALLER.It,.
Honolulu, January 8, 188.3.
Having piuchnscd the good.will of tho
Hotel Street Market, we are now pre
pared to supply old customers and, new
ones with the best cpialily of Beef, Mut
ton Poik, Veal, Poultry and Eggs nt
market prices. , .. ,
Shipping supplied with live stock.1 ' '
, , CAVENAGJIk& Co.
Honolulu, January 8, 188iir 202
'Co-Purtiiei-Mhin Notice. '
nPHE undersigned beg leave to notify'
i-L the public tliat'thcy liave this day,
entered into a co-partnership to curry" on '
a Liv6ry'and Carriage Express business
at tho well known stand, tlic' Fashion "
Stables. Tho linn naiho Who known' tin ,'
Sullivan, Bucklev & Co. ' l
' JNO. 'SULLIVAN, '".;
" JNO. BUCKLEY; ! lyl
JNO. BOWLER. ' ' "
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1883. 'SOl'lwj
Notice. , ' ' ,'
rpiIE uudcrhlgned beg leave to notify!
X Ujc. piiblfq that Mr. II. J. Agnow
is no longer connected with,tlio Fashion
SUblcs, Hoholulu, and, therefore they
will not be responsible for finy coiituicls
made by him after this date.,
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1883. 201 lw
LL pcrsonx having claims against
tlin Kslnln nf Af .1 l?f,en' .tn. .....; ...i
will please piesent tjiem to tho under,
signed! and nil persons Indebted to the
above Estate will please settle accounts1
bv payment to
, , , V- A. SCIIAEFEJl.
Honolulu, Jan, 11, 1883. !J.'i,lw
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC & ANNUAL,
IS now ready and for sale ot tho vitri.
ou Book-sloros, in anv'(uanilty by
,,. t. a. 'iui rum;
288 lOt Publisher.
Tho Hotel Street Market
Is now in a position to supply their cus. '
Prime Mutton, Veal,
and everything in tho ntenl Jn, - ;
Seijd in your eiders. Pioihpt delivery', .
'JUr , ,) U.viuww'& OVi j , t-,,1 ,,
rr W't Alt' Tl jJL Sirt. aM-s,
AwtwuAdbtin a &I&JmMii&iA "?-