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RVJ0SUPH STUART h authorized
ixiln (Mlcct nil nccounls ilua Tiik
DAtl.v Bui.l.r.TiN, on and after this date,
vhoc rcccljit for tlio Mine will 1)0 sulll
(irnt. DAILY Db'M.KI IN Office,
Honolulu, Feb. Mill, 1B83.
THURSDAY, JAHC"I,lf 188.'!
The tciitlWifcy of'ihmlcrn constitu
tional government, is- to ilimlp, v(lc,
centralize, mid 1 dlijtribtttd the
governing power., llcnco the exis
tence in nibst ebifstitutiorialry 'gov
erned couiltiica, apart fiom tlic gen
cial government and to a, .ccilnin
extent independent'of it) sucli bodlc's
as city councils, education1 boards,
district 'councils, load boards, etc.
Awl it may be added, wherever this
modem . conception of division of
powci and decentralization of con
Irol'attains the fullest development
and acquires the widest practical
operation, there is found the laigcst
measure' of contentment, satisfac
tion, and general prosperity. Here
in the Hawaiian Kingdom if we
have correctly viewed the march of
.events, the tendency is to centralize
and place entire power and sole con
trol in as few hands, as possible.
ThiB may. be considered progression,
but from our standpoint and that of
such compichensivc-niindcd political
economists as Ji S. Mir.tand such
large-brained statesmen as AY. E.
Gi.adstonk, it is retrogression. Men
of intelligence and reflection rcgaid
centralization not only as fraught
with danger to the rights and
liberties of the people, but as mili
tating against the efficiency of gov
ernment. Evcn.in a little country like
this, no one man, however great his
ability and industry, cin thoroughly
and efficiently discharge the combin
cd duties of Premier, President of the
Board of Health, President of the
Board of Education, and Member of
the Board of Immigration. In our
opinion, each of these Boards here,
as in other countries, should consist
of an'-entircly different set of men ;
and this, too, in thcjinterest off wise
mid efficient government. More
over, what advantage is there in the
existence of such Boards as separate
bpdics if they arc to be composed
of, or controlled by, the samcjndi
vidunls? ., , POLICE Oourt
Monday, Eebhuaky 27.
, "Ah'Fingnnd Ah Wai, remanded
frp'm the 21st, fined 85 and 81.15
costs, each. (Ah Fing noted an ap
peal.) Tokaa, assault and bnttcry,
forfeited bail 810. S., Kunnim and
S. Kninakoa, drunks, fined 85 and 81
costs, ,caeh.T Kcami, Ahia, Kealii,
Keoni, Lai;ry Dec, Hcni'iekson and
Kiuio, drunks forfeited lpil 80
each. 'Kcnoi, (lisoidcily conduct,
remanded to llic'27th. J. Hapa, dis
ordeily conduct, G days' imprison
incut pfc hard labor and 81 20 costs.
, TlJlDAY, FwiltUAUY 27,
W. Woolhnm, drunk, being a
licensed driver in charge of an ex
press, fined 85 and $3 costs, and his
license ordered to be cancelled. W.
Woolhnm, nuillciouq jinjpry, by
breaking a carriage, thc.propcrty pf
.7. D'odd,1 remanded to 1st. C.
Brady, assault and battery, ml.
pros, J. Mny, drunk, fined 85 and
81 costs, Kcnoi, remanded from the
2(Sth, forfeited bail 810.
Veixi:m)AY, Fr.n. 28.
Napahuqjua', and A. "Winter
drunks, forfeited fcO bail each.
' Bebccca, detjorting her husband,
remanded to 3rd.
. A Chinese, nnmo unknown, nn in
bane pcisou. (He was scut down
from Maui as a vagrant, mid has
been in gaol over since,) was com-'
mittcd to Insane Asylum.
The fchr. Mile Mori is brought 25r
bids, molasses mid 145 kegs sugar.
The schr. Manuokaal biouglit
023 bags sugar and 32 bbls molasses.
The stmrf C, R, Bishpp sails, for'
Tlie sclir. Jennie brought 553 bags
sugar and 420 bags paddy.
'The Iwalani' brought -1,100 bags
of sugar. ' 1
The yjloelc will probably .sail this
jnorning for Portland, v , '
jfflIt' 111 M,'b' ciirvcito f Na'ycBd.
nick nud'Skobclcff nro expected here
in a few months, as also II. li G.
Al.'s corvette Lcipsic.
The bark 1). C. Murray sailed for
San Francisco yesterday, and took
the following: 5120 bags sugar,
2085 bags rice, 16 pkgs saddlery,
iMl-bbls.-molasscsnnd 7'bnga coffcci"
i)om. value, 810,728.30.
The bktnc Eureka sailed yester
day for San Francisco, and Indole
8G01 bags sugar and 23 tanks. lom
vnhici 850,OG8i25; For.-value, 8230.
llio steam whaler Oica consigned
day hrifl can'io alongside 'the' wharf,
and discharged 1G0 bands of sperm
oil. Shc-'lcaves this morning for
the 'North eruisilig. She is a new
vessel liclouaiuK to Gooduil, Peikin
& Co. of San Francisco.
LOOAIj & GENERAL ITEMS.
Ykstkiiday somo heavy demands
were made on the Treasury.
Tin: work of taking down the
temporary election in the Palace
grounds has been begun.
Tin: Domestic Money Older
system will be started very soon,
and time too.
The case of J. U. Kawainui vs.
Marshal Paikc was continued, by
consent, from yesterday to Friday.
Jonxsox'3 store on Fort street Ws
moved back yesterday, so that the
foot-path is now even on that side of
Yi.sti:iu)AY no less than 100 of
postage stamp, cards, &c, were
bought, at the. post office to send out
of the country.
Mn. W. ,0. Smith reports thebaic
of 7 shares1 of Grove Ranch Planta
tion Co.'s stock tit 8270, being an
advance off 8 10 over last quotations.
Now that Qncen street is,bcing
cleaned, and will bo shortly repaired
and remade, it is a good time to ex
tend it to Waikiki as the law
The horse, erroneously reported
by ns as King William at the races
on Monday, ifl not the well known
and genuine stallion King William,
but a horse imported by Mr. Porter.
The Alta, of Fobruaiy 15th, says :
J. C. Merrill & Co. have purchased
the baik "Elsinore" for 8M,000.
She is now in the Columbia River, is
a good, handy vessel, and will be
placed 111 the Honolulu trade.
Tjib sale of Mr. Glade's books
yesterday was well attended. Tho
prices realized were exceptionally
high, being, we understand, the
I highest ever realized llicic f 01; 'books.
I The hbrscs, 'Bessie nuif Nettie,
.brought 8310 and 8270 resncctiveljy
jnnd 'n saddle-horse brought 8130.
'The phicton brought 8 HO,
, .--. ,
I At lat vie me going ito sing
praises totho Road Supervisor; that,
is, wcfccl that way juulincd.- 4I&
has at Inst had Queen street, from
Fort street towards Waikiki,, cleaned
and scraped, and our visitors and
customers may now come to see up
in our sanctum without fear of 'stick
ling fast in mud a foot deep. There
fore, praises will wo sing, etc.,. cfo.
Yi:sti:uiuy our new Poslmastcr-
Gcncral arrived by the Iwalani. He
entered into the duties of his office
promptly, and will now set about to
correct such abuses ns have crept in,
especially in the transmission, etc.,
of mails on the other lslunds. Wo
congratulate Mr. Whitney on his rc
acccssiou to office, but more espe
cially tho country on the benefits it
i Tin: following comparative lablo
of tho iii)faH for the fiibt two
months of IBsV niid 1883 has been
kindly supplied to u& by Mr W. AV.
Hull. It shows clearly that thta lust
month has been qpitp exceptional jii
the matter of fain, therebciug almost
double as much as these was in
January, 1882,0.03; 1883,4.23 in.
February, 1882, 3,11; J883, 0.20 in.
Mt. 1). K Fyfo having resigned
the position , of deputy, clejk.lo the
fhns been appointcdto the vacancy,
Mr. Geo. Smithies takes Mr. Smith's
place as fourth clerk in thojntcrior
Department. Wo congintuhdc Mr.
Smith on his well deserved promo
tion, lie will, we, believe do great
credit to the jthlgiiiciit of tl!6sd whd
'selected hiln rolroffle67rafi(m7rndflbr
will continue to add to his already,
i 'Assail ihstanccCof'tho dangers aire-
ing from tying up horses to ppstsin
me succc, itio juiiowing may no
ipciUioued : It is tile, cupintu.di j p..
up to Fmt street Church, and, not-,
vitijstnndiiig jthe1 fchi'c flins been
taken down to allow loom for vehi
cles, to lie up the Iml-io to a post on
cither Bide of the load. The-other
ceiling a lady was coining out of a
house in that ncighboiiiood. As she
opened the gate she found n horse.
had been tied to' a post in front of
it,", and had. got on the foot-path.,
There was, however, just room for,
her to get out. As she wns,going so
the horse turned' its head "smartly
and nearly knocked her senseless,
giving her a very severe blow on the
side of the head.
When a Detroit liiau" .snored his
wife didn't grumble and 'find fault'
He was awakened one night by a
curious sensation ii his nose. His
wife implored him to go to sleep
again, as ahc was just, getting so she
could play "Yankee Doodle" on his
nose by fingering it while he snored.
p-A Fiibl-Clasi' SADDLE HOUSE,
- good in side --addle or canliiRC.
Annlv to .1. A. KENNEDY.
lv Honolulu Irpn Works.
HOTEL ST. MARKET.
rpiIE undersigned having
1 purchased tho Jlolel bl.
Jlinkct, takes plcasuic in an
nouncing that he will gic tho business
his personal attention, and 'hopes to,sup
ply the wants of the public of Honolulu
in a satisfactory mannci.
Beef,, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,ff
And other kinds of meal for the tabic'
always on hand.
Prompt Dolt very Mtule.
Order taken 1y Telephone.
1 D., K. ,PYFE, Proprietor.
Telephone No. 200. 837 ily.
b -LTHE- - ;
Will take plnec on
March Sid, at the'
Bciivqr Saloon, Fort Street.
C-Oitly" n few Piie Tickets left,
,to be had at
A. TrKTiTfRnT Imvlnir.rnnnlvnil
L soiue choice vniicties of - 0
is npwab!o to supply lliorq Jn quaiiliiJjes
to sU4tio"hoso who vojibUX?Jshlo try
tho experiment. "If any aie doubtful o"f
tho Miccess of It they should g6 01ft afidj
sou hU Uunch at Ka'lihi.
8,10 tf Addict V. O, I5q 4-i , t
! large and'sjilcndld as&oj Uncut JFirfe.
AVorks can lie had at
' I IP 1,1 m, t I'1rp
CEO. F. WELLS'f
JlllblU Ollll CUUSISUIlg UI
Palms, tpi?, Fans, , ,.ij i
Batteries, WheelspiCliina Flyers, '
Colored Fires, Bcngalas,
c R.ookcls, ltapiau VifndlKfi'
&c, &e,, lie,
10.") and 107
BY the undersigned, EMPLOYMENT'
ns accountant. Town or country)
J NO. KITSON.
To be found at tho Olllce of J. I. Dow
(ell, Queen htrcet. UJ4
17NGINEIMt mul Practical Meclmnic,
1 now In ohnigo of one of the largest
sugar mills of tho Kingdom, desires to
in.iko a change with a view of Jlmliii"
plcicunt Buiroundings for wife ana
voting bon (now in tlio U. S ) Best of
Honolulu and other icforcnces nnd tes
timonials. Address "E.noineeii," Daily
BUM.EHN Olllce. 1128 Sw
A RESPECTABLE AVOMAN wlip
understands children, nndfa good
seuinsliesH, for a niivnte family. '
Apply to .1. E. WISEMAN",
General Business Agency,
C.n lw 37 Mcichant street.
ANYONE having a copy of J. W
Kauwabl'H "FoiniBooU" to dis
poe of;wlll Hud utpurehaser by bending1
wohHo .m'UJhm . i. i
301) tf J, W Uoueutsox & Co,'
; DTTfrJTsTttTTAr Ar. ffO.'S' f
Ioivo'h Htpmlni'il Scales, cndoiscd by the Unltqd States
doNcniinciit. Scnlcs for nil iiurnocs. Uo-niant
. AncnmLrpfully Fclcctcd
CJ.irrinfrn I.iimiiM nf ihikI. nnnrnVRil
i. i o
Tlbws anl Agricultural Impl'ents
.ItJie l.ugehl ariuly toJe fouiip
on uiu jsinims.
T . HOJUSi: CLIl'PjKUS,
? JliUURlOA'lUNa OILS.
X u Ml ?.. .... , . r
" WHITE LKAD & PAINTS.
1 Something for Everybody a now diacoveryi
TeMagnQsorCalcito FirQ, Proof Safes,
, , J.MU.jiU.l.-llV.UU, UWiVlUU O. J. V, J.AVWA WMU.VU
Jewel Cases and
At a test of the fire proot (jualillcs of tho 'Magneso-Oalcito,-held on'theTMllot
jicar the City.Hall,, San Fratu Uw, Nov.(27th, a pilo oLnbnuta cord of pitch-pins
.woodrivfls'p'rBpircd, nndAe ghlldrt4l6f tnr poured oVer ft.- A small Iron clic'st, with
a 1J inch lining of Mngnco cnlcitc was placed iii tho centre of the pile and the
matfet llrton Aftcf the chest had been kept at a red beat for an hour, it was
fiikcn'from the' fire, cooled with water, niid opened, and tho contents, consisting of
papers and clrruhu t, wcic found in a perfect state of preservation, bcinginot.&l all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trilling smell of smoke.
f Aye, the undersigned, wore present at
tlllll UU Ullllt IU I1IU JiUllUll I'lUOULYIlllUM Wl ivn lUlUl.lltf J.JIU UIIIIIU lliflk 14IDIlt;i
fcclly satisfactory to us. 11. Ij. Eodoe, (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Laton,
A public test ol tho quality of those goods will bo made at an early dato.
rr r "- , ' "
.Reciprocity: Relations Rather Revivifying
BctwecnStlic llawallnn Islands and the'TJnited States, and '
between the Hawaiian Islands nnd ' ' "
.T. US. WISEMA,
Real Estate Broker Employment Agent and General , ,
Business Agenl;, ' , - 1
Oflioe, 27 3fci chant street, Hawaiian Gir.cttC'BIook.i
Tlie'only iccogni7.cd Heal E&tate Brokcr'In 'the Kingdom. ' ' ' '
Land and propcily forale in all paits of Honolulu nnd.'lhctnrlous Islands.
Hoh-c4 io loac and1 rent in Honolulu mid suburhi. '
Rooms to tent, en suite 01 singlc,throughout Honolulu.' ' '
Auction Sales by Ei P:, Adams
IN nccorditnccijWitbian oulcr made by
Hon. B. II. Austin, Justice of the
Supreme Coyit, sitting in Probate the
undesigned will 1 s
At tho Residence ot Iho'lato C. T. Dillingham
. 7, The follow ing, pjopcrly,
the' 14th day of 'March, 1883: '
A BEAUTIFUL, HOME,
Pi opertyrof Jho -bito C.-T.J DiUinhani,
adjoining the piopcity of Dr.j.'J. WM.
Whitney on the north and of B. P. Dil
lingham on the south. Sio of lot ,
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well fenced, and-water lnid on
from Government pipes.
The Dwelling House
contains beven rooms, besjdes bath
room,pntry and kitchen.
Thcic are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of servants' house, carriage
' house, Malls for 2 horses, feed room,
tool room, nnrncss room, no.
Tho Buildings are all nearly1 now, and in'
uousc ruinjuuuiu uc tuiu coubisih,!.
1 Iipn .shield cdbleml, , ,
1 Louniro. 1 Cace bofn.
3 Buek y alnpt' Roofers' v .
.Black walnut p;uid Vdal ehaiis,,
1 n..i.A i ,1.1.. ...... i,i ..
a vvmis ii.mik, "" viv S l'f t r
1 Small table, niaihlo toi),
,i jvMcnsiou uiiung lal
1 Diuiiig room lamp,
- i uncut oi uruwers,
Lot of pictures,
,Lot of New 'bVoSko'ry ware,
,LSloyo, l,Bath tub.
'f-i Canal B.irrow, '
I lAn oi loots,
. , 1 Cm i luge Mai e, r
1 SaddlpjMoro, t ,
1 Set pf Harness, i
1 Saddlelind Bridle. '
, ,B, F.rDILLINGIIAM1. ,
iu lug.LDiLLlNGHAMi1' 1
Administrators of the EMuto of .
,C. T Dillinghum.'de'ccascd,
' E. P. Adams. Auctioneer
iionoiniu, jeii -., io.i.
z'.' HiiiawaiK z
HEPUEIMA, "mo ko PiliVPullnia pu
no', E liollioi ae ka mca o )onu ai
inn ka Halekuai o Dlllnuhanm ma, n e
loan no kuxnukaua.
blllee, No. 07 Holol btreet. "
All kinds of Baggngo and Paieels dc
Hvcied in nil parts of tho city with (lis
patch. Having a
I am prepared to Jiaul SANP and other
juatuilal, and make or lepair foot-
)iitl(K, eitlicr by load, (Jay, or
Slnnd at Rnmbay'rt Htoro, King street..
W. T. MacDox'lii, i Proprietor,
ur.y Olllce bvurd 0 a.m. tu 0 p.m.
NEW GOODS !
Xmorlnnii nnlli'i-na - y
VV S "Ii .V.UI 4 Kil.
the above test, ami saw tho box opened,
Tt'i'irn iinimimn ' ' ' '
. ' I 1 ll M ' )ll.(j('i '
' j -TOwii ii'ii i
i 1 ' Jl. f -n't - !
' ROBINBON'S BUILDINp,', '"',',-
NEXT TO F. I ADAMS.
a. 'u s
3 fa -f$
It. !- a ,.
w -. t
Z'X A Q
A FEW GENTLEMEN can bo necom
modntcd with Board at a jnlvato
N O Um
s Jd - "
1 JT1 -4 irn a,m "
M r "-"CO
"- $ ? o-,J
it' " a. rn
Muuf. mni ruspecinuio .ucigiiuoriioout
ainl'-wltliin'a niinutcs'bf the PosYomce;
For nnrticulars onnlv-at;lho. Hpt.i.i-tiw
MJk PTRANGERSavUpind ..
at 118 Nuunnu, Avenue. Rooms furnish.
ed single or suite, nt moderate charges. '
300 Om MRS. J. T; WHITE i
I n . . .. .ii.i i .
EST A lino sclcption of LadicH Satin
.CorM'ts cun bo had at,, tho .Honolulu r
JLU. V Jalfciae''
4. J.. t -w MM-
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