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' notified that votatM trlv evmiuaitoea with
tbe finst issue in I'm tv year, auJ Mbsoriiu
uotis are ftomUe in v ajx-a, a:
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
Tthw npi:R; in the city can pay tlmnrri.
er, ho will pnv-niv from the publication office
a rtcijt far tlie amount paid. Tiicsc living
in tlie i-owrtnr can muit by order or bank
The Gtmt will l sent refftlarly by
aan to any part of tire world, on prrpaymnt
ot the annual sahsoripriou and postape.
Address H. V. Wuitxkt.
PiMiher Hawaiian Uaaette.
ax tapes! 1 MM ksal,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGIiESS.
J it pun and the Jitst-ccac .
varioiy of impleraei t frwen the Sandwich and
Stmih Sea Islands, illustrative of the in .Jos of
dress, warf trv. domestic life, etc.. of the ixw- Walking throng Tukohacaa c peiv-eire by the
pie. Vriiilr. wc are triad to report gov-d health. M ,hV iwiucipal bualrm. Is done In
order and hairoort , s.vme uwded irunrvvoniciils I ln c omu '"-M"! Rodawns In
, ... .... ..... , the mala slrcetand ler street, tbt ! principal
ai. valuable addtUons to the facilities for sci- orutu.bU. lhr finlca ulvmcDt. 0 ,.,
cnufic study, it is a matter of uiueh prester we ll)ic tosretisln that not mnchbosi-
pteascrr to as to tvpvrt the rehtposs prosperity ; ss rten In IUU twrtienltr brsnct of trail u iotc.
Of the school. ! thooxb tbc JapanrK trm bjr concolcur, U pr- ! difficttltj
The Krieoais seem to I crestlr in adnmce j OJunJ ot tun"' ."'" lo ,t"' tta- "i !"
, , ... , . sin to be aoi'recia'ed la Irru;n luartrt. The fact
l otner relietous dcuoiuiiiatiou m otKiuj; , ... . . ,
. . i ' ",,t tajlity of J ifnone tea la very Jrsr, tt
tbc us.' o: intoiicatms drinks and ttdjscco. In Kn.nl M,ir Murm ai ,h xi vrrr beat qnallty
rier to letute artpjainted with tlie true slate ; uW at stren dotlars poond. Tea doe not cll at
of the case, blank sheets were prvtarotl to U' rry blsb I'ticra iu fjrri-a aiarkrt, e(cllly a
preeentoJ to evvrr menilw , 10 vears of k'Bd 0,c ,be w(lllh n "ot.gt-airallv
a. Ou each sheet were two column, one koo"- The Jap,.,, tUeselte. ;tHB(U xlo
I, . .... 'o when thev can lute tbeir own price, woulil
headed. " I absUu. entirely from akohobc bev- f nlhft M tMf mcrttalA, n ,
the other. 1 do not atstam : whI
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Taamaaalaa Ti 1
Act f IMS. J tar nrviHiaaaaf aftftl law.
aar war awraaar at SSSSBSSS rndrarv J uw
arvaftaraSar tkrawaacal aaactaaa aa car :c of
arc uaa tar ista lai J aairr.
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w. u Hoagsairea. SQaanar of car Interior.
Pl'IU-IMIKl' AM' llilltb BT
H N B Y .M . WHIT X I V.
Thi Biennial electiin f.vr Reprvsenativrs
t : ' . lu nett. F. 'TUarv tad,
tan05t the Kingdom. Very little interest
is she wn in the election by the foreigners gen
erally, and few of tiiem w iii vtte. The cause
o: this apathy may be trace,! back to tlie over
I taming of the constitution iu tW year I set,
when Katnehaaieha V. dec Urea that of
ended, and proclaimed one of his own, iu which
the two houses were merged into one, and the
ivpularTotce practically suppressed. Another
I cause of this apathy ui the election is the fact
1 that the character of tire representative body
has been so niurh lowered of rate years that
an election Teneet no honor to any man who
values his reputation aiai business.
STUi, for all that, Hawaiians enjoy the fun
sttendin- the biennial hustiugs. aial nearly
everv- day a group of them may be seen listea
iiur to the harangue ot' self-noaiinated caudi
itcs. 0:. Saturtuv last sewral of these eta.
. -v.- sUU t::e:. took -.r;, :ru;i .irou:id -h
market to the amusement of the crow!. On
Sun-lay Jar. Kamalntu, who is a candidate for
this city, entered the HsHcolpl churoh-yard
with a bundle of pipers, mountetl a rostrum,
aad addressei tlie crowd, taking ground against
the Million Dollar Loan, the Uecipnicity Treaty,
etc After he had concluded his speech, he
called for a vote on the Treaty, whereupcu ail
kands were raised in its favor, aial none ap
peared against it. Our orator retired from the
s.-eno somewhat crest-fallen, while the crowd
enjoyed the amnsetiieot.
each meuilvr was rvjucsteil to subscril to ne
or the other of these statements. The Friemls
1 " cn6.1ent!y hope that all their memlers who
have an abiding iuteresr in the prosperity of
the church, ill soon see the necessity of
adopting entire abstinence in their daily prac
tice." and " they avow their object to be the
complete legal suppression of the traffic iu al-
i coiioli. leverases." They alsc feel impelled to
urge ail conscientious doctors to seek out and
use other and less dangerous remedies, if in
deed this is a remedy, aiid thus deprive liquor
men of this, their most plausible excuse.
The churches on the Haaraiian Islands may
crrtainly set', iu the good Quakers, an example
to be followed in fighting against iutciuper-
. a nee.
No steamer jussages l-etween S.tn Francisco
ami this port can be termed ' short passages,"
if oar eight da s in length. There ought to
be only one correct way of reckoning the pas
sage of any vessel wliether steamer or saiHug
vessel and this is, from the time that she dis
charges her pilot to the time she takes ono at
her port of destination, or when no pilot is tak
en, the actual time iroiu pilot ground to
pilot ground. The Pacific Mail ships take no
pilots when leaving or entering San Francisco.
Tiic voyage then eouimeueos or terminates, lieu
the vessel passes "the Heads" off the usual pilot
ground. Some passages hare been reckoned
from pilot to pilot, others from wharf to whart.
i makes a diurreuco of several hours
i in the time. We give below a list of the pas
soges from San Francisco to Honolulu, of less
tiiaa tight days from pilot ground to pilot
grouud : -
tie umirr tbr price. With Ititru It U not tlie tuau
tit t Ibat they aril, bu! the price etch llltle parcel
makes that has tla impottaBce. We are iuf.trrued
by ft iteRllcuian wboae vem,Hly it betoad doubt,
that some two rear ago, .luring tbr silkworm scs
aou. ol wtilcb berejalter, aonie Jftaueat- uaerehanls
lormed a corporatioii lu keep prices u;t aud that, sa
ihe staple was overloaded, ther burned seme ten
M h. KMroa : Tou are w Ise man editor ftlwsys
art thT know rverythliiK almost H S flir that
reasoa thai I wUb to eoosHil toll OB ft Ten knoll!
snbjrat. It Is a poaar to mr, but I kuow you can
tell mr at aacti all bow to ma (fix.
I believe In eouneg lo the p,lut, so I will Ictl jou
without dillydally. I ftui bard up, aud I want lo
kmi how lo raise the wind. But Just bars I nod ft
I rlatra as itood ability as the. common
ma ol ulcu. Uul I bava (ol a scry trouhltiauuia
couscleuce. It don't make much account of quibble
and ),losrs, uJ, do what 1 mar It will see, aud 1
can't Mind It
It would be time wasted to tell you how I liaro
taaujiictl It, and done lay best In make It nsclul.
At least, I lure endeavored thai It should be kept
kind uf quiet; aud so Ions as 1 have done about a
it wauted me to. It has been as quiet as a sucking
dove But it won't be bauibooxlcd ; and It BM k,pt
me from many i nice llltle operation by which t
could bare feathered mr own nest, only. If 1 did,
he feStbers wrre more like pltcblorka thau down,
and I could uot rest a minute.
My gnat pusalr Is thai 1 see people all around mo
who have umtiaed to make It UU1 to their every
purpose. Whether they drjit It, or bind It, or blind
It, I don't justly know, and when 1 ask thnu about
It liny are very reticent. Oulr this I know, that t
thousand cartons, to reduce Ibe quantity for sal
and it was onhr at the urgent demand uf the Italian j faucy 1 bear a quick Bullar, wheu anything U StM
Minister that merchants who had not joined this
corporation rre allowed br those of the rorpor
; atioo to sell thrir cards at Ihrir own prices. The
Jjpauese consume very nearly their owu produce o!
Ira snd are, or seem to be, indifferent about lucreas-
; in the amount of their export. The pilncipa! pre
duce of Japan, rice, which indeed is of a very suue
rtor quality, mar not he cxpotlrd but with peraiB
sion of the t ivernmeat. The treaties with istera I
; nations penult the rulrrs of Japan to prohibit Its rx
porlsU'Ui; and as It loruw lite principal food of Ihe
natives, its price is bbrh. Foreign merchants used '
, lo import tjujulilie of Saigon rice, whleh heiui: of
! a qUJilty far below the Japtt'i ri 'r, sold m cb cheaper '
and left ft fair profit to Ihe Importrr.
Bat we perceive distinctly that business Is dull.
First the tow foreigu vessels in harbor prove this 1
sufficiently : but the streets In Yokohama are neatly
deserted. Here aud there you see s car on two
wheels, evidently homemade, drawn and pushed by
eastles under their mono onons bo haka ho
baka," and cttuiainlng some merchandise. Tlie
E lih pivrs. the "Japan Oaieitc" aud Ibe " Ja- I
pan Herald" with their advertUuleuts of " Uodoa ns
to let," ae.d " valnahle properrr for s;!e," rs,i show
Toa oatua Mssaiasirri Jftrnaa. -Captain Jaairi
M. Kada, la a l.urr Iu J. S. Walak, I'raaidsnl ot lha
South Pass Jtlj Cxaipaay, of Si. l-ut. lhu aasaa
upths work diM al Iks Mouth of lh Miaiipl
tlrar : " From what I hare wrilaca J" will ass Ikftl
tha rim dlaehara ia now lareslT eoDtrdlsd oa on
aids by tka aast Join, whil a Isrg parlion of ths m
aafareap Tr th raattraara f th t jritr.
which at ftrl yrt hlth enoojh lo oftlrol l. Th
fret feloio( th opening- helwwn lh wt jlty
ad ths west hank has. bowr, tndd In throw
mor. of lh diraharf down by lh ratal J.nr . aud fur hi
a uiatsne of tr taouaauu imc larsn taaaaaaa
irvia lha Wad 'a sad. a aaac potall lh raaail ha
beta a decided daspeninit of lh ehsnl, varylnx I
frora oa lot to four at the fast, frost lh upper snd i
of th e-1 Jetiy saawardes A doeldad daspaahur h
twa lh ad of th jatlisa out at has ' - J
eur.ed. ean.rsl. Joubtlass, by th lUal aeiioa (if ths m
. whieh is c'Btrlld lo sow in by lh (ind h
pilea, atlhouah lh avallraarrt l lh lruie tad art
not yt built up uatoiiitly to Juatify aatvsipaliag u
aay'oiarktd cffael of lh tld. Ourpllln((wss Jrttta
in it rt ofwattr at the tad of th east Jetty. and
hava auw 03 ftl f.r aom diaiaaet laadwar.l. A Jt k i
cided deepening tstrada 000 fret ia this direlia. fea
fhe bar is. ihtrtlort, utia aiiekii en o suit ny
lh rirtr sad oa lb other by lb a, and, as a rt
salt, tbt bar, of il la lh lint of th ehal. ia mlt
rially ahortautil already by tbair aeu-n. Not lt
than TiiO.OOil ouhw yards uf earth hatt bu ramoted
by lh frel of lh jtltit thus far. and a hot
rrrrTtbinf In atuaraf o W btlitre that uee, ia
NT or I'll I HWIIIIt
uaalr. In the mtoarr uf the- Ktaats
aa ot M.n..t'il.i. rtaha. ilniai I.
Mr. Ju.iko JorM. iHdtf ot
awr with m aaatarot. of Ik.
Uta ot Hoatarata. taihu, .h,
all.mrrl tTrSa., aMh.m
aaks chai lot taas mar v
I thai a Ittual r.rr mar a.
i r-roporty renulnin ks Kaa
OO SMl ia
l 1 .t.'.i al Honolulu, 11. I.,
bout II, and ft sort uf auswctlr.g sbrlrk, as If it
irslhrred a Utile hope from outside. Bui. with a
rery prompt and adroit movement it a quelled
again; tku' I caaal say Ibat tlx ffort makes theUK
i red iu Ibe face, olteu; and when 1 did so I fancied
Ibat tbry rcntriclcd a tliirbt 111 will toward myself
I for stirring up the sleeping monitor. Bui Ihcu, 1
did it In all the honesty ol my heart.
How etiuld 1 know that they bad such a young
tury about them ft mine of ullru-gltcerluu as It
Now, Mr. Editor to come at Ihe suhject plainly,
eau'l you tell me ho I Con do as some of tnv
neighbors are doiug without stlrriug up the n rati)
ot this littler vixen
There Is Mr. Z , great onele to R inert B.-lcher
he is a mu ot pari, aud be kuow it. And ho make
account ol it loo. lit ul he used up the poor pco- (
pie around him ftbsolutely trampled out their riglil
till they have become his aided creatures, without I
even Ihe power It-It to protect T And because they
are quiet and seem to like it, he 1 aide to keep hit
conscience soothed ami still. Tho' I really suspect
that If he would trot it oul some day, tou would 1
need a strono uiauirler to oii.itde vou to see it. I
For Portland, Oregon.
TIIK K.VST .-a.lli.lXll ILVUKKNTINK
adfi Jane A. Palkinburg,
i. u. m mi mr. i tsis.it.
Hirimj i"ci-l of er tluyi Onyjed,
Will have ttuick Dupatch for the above Port
lor riti-niud laaaaaa apply to
a; a cart.K a COoRB. Aamta.
For Auckland St Sydney
Tbe A. S. Ri t o's Splendid Steamer
Alt: Jaw K, aaawaaa. ptaa
a-; i fiiiii rot srr or
airt l.aie.N it-h Piotoiir. in tl
tale of lioiioiiiln. Un-raatd.
t-l tltlon for t.linlowtralluiu lltfor 1
(In rra.no au,l Ullnc Iht pelMaa u
of HmnUiUll. all,n( I Flat William lla
knlealatr al Honolulu, itn tbe lib ita
is;, ami prkvlns thai leiirr uf acta
h, r aa ihe wMre of th ittetaaeO.
-eraalvo arrets lo the Hawaiian llaatll
I'al.-,! Ittmotula. II. t.. Uth Jaouarv. .a. u
JWCa R lltax.is, tVpurjr OttSX
i - Uh. dajr uf Janaary. a.
A. FRAXI'ta JVTtre
1 111 IIAW.hll.tw
IT t a
thi clearly. Of these tlie " Japan Herald " seeni ! Ucl thu means he ues to bind it eiould be of no ac
Bv e-.-cat at aar
ra aawaaraf cta
at car r ion III ot JaaOee.
aaaawr caabc. saat tbc nara-ar Term of tar Foorth
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' hi Meaarr. A. IX tr. at
a an .. Baawaaassi was Taarwac
l jl ta. 1ST, aft at caaca a. sc.
WUaeas at?- banrl aar
US. asanas Otw asm
tod cat , . .
t S aa of and 11. b I rattiiX'
aaat ftft arW or the
eao of DarMsber. A. U llti.
Caas. C. Haftajs.
cVotrc aeurac for
rw. ftaaacaaas Jaaaa? aftbc fqai iui Ooan aetaaf (br
Wrawr. am. Tac ftaawasaaj awaea art ncaaciiarol tor
hatftwtl awl annlii!
anaiKtrsa'Vna firh ia aawae. KaSaa.
MMal of Kaa-CBBTthiaj WftftahSca.
awainurf Kaaaajn-a"-. m ' Hoaaaaaat
ftawaaa of Uaaa oaoaas. Sua Scaool-uui i.
V a-X.a ,'gcr. U-CS. r-iS-.. .
laacnciaf Kaai IHiaa lat Uaiglghi. at both the t
BftwMaf raaa Sihnii htoar. Later, wrhalhnir,
- iTIIi a' aan knaii niailil -i tiniil h iaa -
The ownership of a piece of land in this
cite, which has been a bone of contention be
tween the claimants for ouie years past, was
J finally settled last week by a unanimorts ver
dict of the jury for the plaintiffs. We refer to
the case of J. M. Kaaihue rf -tl. vs. E. Gkabba
Two or three years ago
the late Captain Keek brought an action of
trespass agaUist the plaintiffs in the presctit
suit, and it having been decided in his favor,
the other parties were unceremoniously ousted
ibi bi ii 1 1 fiihaii i troni me premises, t uey nave now, alter pa-
Sar. Ja, Mtaw-af "tv ld"ing their time, brought an action .at"
ejea tfiit agrtinst tlie heirs of Cape Meek,
which resulted as above stated, and they nce
ore come into possession.
This decision is llieved to be founded in
justice, and will do more to convince the Ha
waiians that their rights in tbe snt! are sacred,
and will be maintained by the highest courts
of toe Kingdox. than volumes of sermons.
X.r 14 ISTI Str Nroratka. 7 Ur. and Is hoar..
Ai It, 1T1 Sr. City uf A.lrludc. I days aad i! boarj.
il iv S. ISTi-Slr. S'lnafta. 7 days aud l t-aire
I Jan 17, 173 Str. .Nebraska. 7 Jars aad 14 boars
I 1S71 tr. Tartar. 7 dar aad l b-Mira.
Jaa 14. ftHa-aat. Itiaado. T days aad SI boars.
H.r 11. l7J-tr. Clly of Mtlboarae.t daysftal tl h airs.
Jeuc Jr'. lS7i 8b. Lily .1 atcltvarae. data and is hour,.
Aa 24. ItTJ TSx. StiLado. 7 dty.aod ii boatra.
Dee l. 'i J .r. c'itr w ?a InaociM- , 7 daraaad tt bxV
! Jau 17, 7 Mr. Ci raaa da. 7 day t aad lb boar.
Only two steamer trips have been made from
I Honolulu to San Francisco that we can recall,
j in less thau eight days : one by the Nebraska
1 in April 1672 iu 7 days and IS hours, and oue
: by the Mikady in April, lt-75, in 7 days and 10
I hours. The passage of the Nebraska from this
I port to San Francisco in April 1675 has been
1 stated to have been made in 7diyg and 6 hours,
. but 7 days and IS hours waft the time given in
1 tlie San Fram-isco papers. Her round trip was
made in 19 days, and she was in port there only
; two and a half days. It therefore appears that
' tho shortest passage yet made, was by the
' City of San Francisco, in December last, aud
not by the Nebraska, as incorrectly stated in a
recent number of the AJctrtUer.
to ciilov the bet reputation anion- Ihe furrlaru re
dent though thceouurction ol the "Jaj'n QaatttV1
with Ihe "Niehl uiebl Suiiubuu," a semi-ornciul
pap, r published iu Tokto In the native language
o ight to vou-chale an early ami reliable communi
cation of aeWS Before g dug lo the native town,
Irl us bare a walk on the Bluff. We will take Ihe
water street aud cross rbr bridge a hieb leads ns to
tl 'inura tmura means village y a Japanese tclllc
n ent which scrms uol lo have profited moeh from
its proximity to the foreign aetllemeur. Narrow
strret scarcely six feet aide, one tlorlcd bouses
made Iroin wood, bftial oo tiul clay, dirty looking
hops and dirtier looking children give yuu uu high
attract af Japanese domestic lile. Do you see that
llllle urchin tlrere rVrhaps unit four year old.
B e would call it s baby il Jog along with another
baby perhaps 7 or 8 casnlb old tied on its back.
t is girt yuu ran se thai by themauner iu which
the hair is dressed ; tbe front hair cover the fore
head; in Ibe middle of the head Is a bald place as
large as a dollar; Ibe back hair is tied up In a knot
wiiba red paper or cotton string; Ihe side hair Is
hanging down, iicre is a boy. You see bi head is
shaved except the or on lbs cruiru 01 tb brad
B'hif-h la 1 1 ... I tin til . In f.om tl. .nc thpohl Ja.
panese lashion of wearing the hair. You thonght want jomslhin Abat wilt pay ; som big cootra
that the Japanese wore their hair in western tlyle. i msiane. or souiTbif agency, or bnj an old abi
An Italian gentleman, Mr. M. I'ece-enini. ha
recently come here for the purpose of ascer
taining the expediency of establishing an Ital-
He has couimu-
Tlie better clssscs do, hot reuiembcr that vou sec
here the lowest and poorest grade of Bali reft, Yr,
yeas are right ; skin diseases do prevail among Ja
paoese children, but more especially among those
of Ihe lower classes You tcurcly see el, II. I with
out lis bead covered with blisters, and I think tbe
reasou is, that here tha old Japuur?c cast m ul men
women and children bathing in the same place and
at the same time, stlil prevails In rrgard to this Ibe
presensv of foreign ladies lifts been vrry hem Gem.
It is difficult to explain all the wonderful changes
that hare taken place witbiu the last live years.
Then coolies were in tbc summer at least, entirely
naked, with tbv eaccpliou of a girdle around their
waist. Now no coolie may show hlmsett in places
opeu lo foreigners but Willi bia kimouu, a longowtt
hanging down lo the ankles, or pair of lai fMiai
bles. Those general bathing bouses are also pro
hibited. though as we have said before, tbey are si ill
used hy the poorest classes. This Homura bears an
ill reputation among foreigners aa lire place where
thieve sell stolen goods. There are times when the
Yokoltama papers are lull of report of thefts, which
seevn atrauge, cousiderlug Yokahama has a rery cf
tectivc police corps. This may perhaps be accounted
for in this way: When Jipau was first opened to
foreigners, Ibe couutry was on Ite eve ol a great
revolution, the government ol ibe shogoon (Tycoon)
teii a certaiu uueasiuess wuieb very soon was par-
ic'ipdiet in by the a hob. country. Ihe great south
ern feudal Lord, Satsuift, Bixcu and Nigato, were
eou-.t wib mine. You ui.gbl as well lie uu a lion
w Ith a low siting.
Then them I Mr. Dodl-brown. thu trader. You
can't hold ft caudle to him In Justify lug his owu ay.
Whether he ever had a conscience I cumot tell, but
seems lo me it would yell bbuydy murder If it could
hear him talk. And bis talk don't end llilulk either.
Have mil 1 heard him boual ot uioklug S-VNO bv a
nice httle affair bctorr brcakhist, tho' at 1 louud af
terwards be took (drainage ot a more lhan tjcaja,
lionabie k:ud to do it. 3 of Mr. Conler the boot
maker, and Mr. Pulltwine the harness maker, and
Mr. Barker the liuuer bctwrcu them ftil. and Mr.
alas Ihe thread maker we get some euriou thini;
tor our feet and hone. Paper shoe, lor Instance,
with a thin him uf leather looking .-tull outside, and
rotten harnesses, liul all that is oa tuiai! sola.
It would nut pay to make a very strong nSuaSl n for
eonseieaet lo do to s'tuatl buaintar. And then, if
yi u geryour drugs from Mr. Hillbtaier Iht drugg.st,
he Blight sell you, and your stuff would hare no power
oo oSaasiftaat: and lhre would be a pretty inert n
attempt which would aroas the worat auspiciooa of
ihe liul fury aft hail isyiag him t all. Uul thea
ltl ao use; I Jou't go iii for such suiill business. I
tridt and paiat il up, aud carry passengers and
valuable freight well insured huw would thai do T
Only tell me how 1 can keep this eternal thuader
still, a I got trith the avails, a oice team aud a pleas
ant place ud gardens aud all that ; fo I won t set
every rot dripping with bloo I, and to t won't hear
horrible counter as tuy wife plays Hail Culumbia
on lh splendid aew piftao. How do you thiak a lit
tie pious talk would do just to lasa that all I do is
don oc honest priueiples of high urder ; that I aai
following ia tbe Caw ul IU Father of lh r'ithful,
whea I tell atretehy stories but hart Mr. Coo
science you just lit ms stats iht case, will yuu ;
yuu are scratching my eyes oul 1 Do yuu thiak that
right, oow f
Well, Mr. Editor, good by. I eao't heap it still la
Iftte oy mm uf my you know ahal I mean.
So give me your best counsel aud you will much
oblige your friend iu th Doi.oL'MS.
'CITY OF MELBOURNE !"
j. w hkovvv iiTtvtri:tt.
WIU. LUVE lloNOLl'LL'
FOR AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY
On or about Feb. 9th.
For Freight and passage, and all other Information, ap
atj hi '. BKEWKH .1 .
m;iMi. Uul an .l,linlnl.lrti.r
,f A W. ' ,. ,
II 1 ordered that Wrilara
I' liniiii . iwra. at i a. :
vt alluftu. be act apart a tbe 11
wHl prtiliuu awl any idvjretloiia
TjOvalna. January llib. 17.
Si i'khii: i it r 01
!.-LANIih in Probate. I
i.e.-.. tat. In the r.iatlor i
i:mm.i iki it ji Ma k. :. u d
trh-t. II. 1 Iu Hwrauttof . W t.t it
r. Maul, dceaaavU.
lid rlliti Ibe prUUmt of V. la, Nr,lbaoa
Adllllllt'ilraair bo appedncrd for Iht ratal
III til t
). W, 12
It U lir
. ' uf ' : ' Tt 1 .
i i i.w aiul W. C.
tl IIW t)
Kn. at 1 1 o'clock. A. M.,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
tlW 1 :,, of Fwt
i f watltl .tavv. a.1 lt.
til .-ourL ml i tMmtn. MiVWani Ut-iiw.
11 ,M fcfw WrwjT aftviii-
waaid Wilt tn htmrtntr atl applbia.
-i"S rllj IMi-wiaa, UIU-,BlaU n ) a m, .a r
aial .A.m. at iUn mxl Ul, aunt lb cranUDic of i rUrnlVa.
II It Airttwr onltmtl. thai m.tkf ihef( w ttvrn Sv
p(ihllratKn. A-r thrtw iKVaa-j,Vt wtk. In lb- IfaMtULui
tinU Kuukua, iwwpnpi yrtattnl ruid pultawat,u n
ii i larths-r ontr
Till: s' I.V; 111 1 SH VMSI1H'
ill. aiMl Iu Uar U'.ia t.f tha
ii-tMhir In thm Klniis.in. tn npprsar ami outt lata vo
Imtf or Mil . al. at tr uiu appuu tM.
I -i' llwIUJuril, It. I., Jttnit.ir , lib, MTH
.. KHAN JIM.
JulK- of Ufta suurt-toiv ...,ri.
JyWa. T.. Ra ki ard, IVpntv
lji fiuhk oi ur or nil
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO!
I A4T1 1. N i otiiittit uili r.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Feb. 2, 1876.
For ;'r. ;!,: ami i.ba.-. or any fcirlbtrr uirornaatloo,
PVly to It. lCatfaCLP 4k 10., .tvntK
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y'S
' Australia and New Zealand Line
ii tu ii
is- in tbe ntalb-r tf lb
IfoiioliitB. iiabu. On , aa, L
orable r. C lfarrta, .Liwaw
of lYlilaou Sir approval uf
miliar Ihe pa-ttthil
of I. It. Oaaay I
talnal Ibr aabt CB
I lo mid pelilkMi.
kinT, tkiidarof Ja.trA
Inrk. A. M b, fore ;he ud JW
A Xerrl Machlar.
The jeirafiir Aaaarjtaa tho? describes the Jatett
! Yankee notion : lutein, yo mothers of 1 are fara
I Hits, who raefullr eonttaiplal dil.tpidiled joeks br
; Ihe doian, alter the week' washing, with ritiuns of
strained eyes and tired back floating across jour
I minds: imagine a lit' apaaralus inrioitolr more
f simple than tbe ewmir machine, which laaalaa thm
I hugell dam in much lSI lim than wa can dcaeriha
T 11 11 SPLLXD1D s 1' i: A n s II I !
Al l launbrra, befo
rial JusCcc. Ord
On reading and
reulur of the Will i
late, art flirtb In
were prefletittil b,
: . . .-.,ry rooehtr
thai upon a day u
loci ami approved
KY, A. V. 17, ol :
lire, at hlMi'lmm).
and Iho aawae la h
ha Lhtti and I her
have, whs tbe aaJd
listed Honolulu, 11. 1.. thi tth day of January, IS?:.
C. d HARRI.-a.
. .. Jutlr of trie -mpreuit Loun.
WaLTBa R. Saut, Clerk. j,
.bow tauae. If any .My
I not be approved hi Ihe
lUilaiml in ibe a ......
Kuokoa and Haw nun
I'libilancl in llourdara.
to Ibo time tbestni .,.
iaa colour on those; Islands.
nicaterl with tlie Govenuuent iu resrard to laud,
of which, we uiidersund, he desires to btivten
Another featare of the election excitement
is the inircesse u umber of campaign documents
and circulars, which are flying about in every
direction like snow-flakes in an Arctic storm.
They are to be seen of every site, from modest 1 0r welv? thousand acres. On the windward
slips the breadth of one's hand, to huge broad- ' ide of ,he U1nd of Hawaii there large
sides, and of every variety of sentiment, from ,racU whioh comparatively unoccupied at
a aimple statement of the writer's views, to the P""1. wlud believe woidd be admirably
most extra va-am and preposterous fictions of 1 JPwJ - purpose of agricnltural settle
which die aboriariual mind is caDable. Mr. meuts- Iq 0436 land 0w,lod b-v private par-
Tac Kuu M ratara
r' .arhc af awaoi
v awaat mm a- r -.b. I aa
atard av wceaca are arcaattl eta
:ta cat Maawaat tub)
aa'artwati'aawl 'a tbc Haaraa wal at wall 1 1 I aa tbe
taraalt Kara arcceae abtwWl be rraialil trtcaa caa-
w am wal
H t:.- Naasorr.1 a-y at
t retry wainrmraL aad a- tac aaaattanc
- a- niatucawaBaaftwaaatBwas.
I tauarm at cat catater a u.r. ti
aaraaca onri .V- It. llaeua: aoaid be awl t
Caa - Cwraajr of ch OawaSa. XtMffl. Govrmmcat
IC r aa Bar reeeraw of all arckaea w8 be awljr ac-
awry awf . cawMays tacepced oetwet- etc been of
H. E. Hrrcftcocx.
C aa. xf-L Cm3ar aw-qa ftftllBB
aatpr-e-aae 4'oart Jaaaar; Trrca.
I ar aaara aac
K y.M i rerrsW.
ted Hoc', to Craboc Case
Kamaiau aaa-.-unces his platform t- be in op
position to the Treaty and the Million Dollar
Loan, and a youncr gentleman as yet unknown
a fame, coiaee out in a uuiober of toatufestoes.
aW CSW BBWftajB) . , -V. sn.uucsivanlutl.rTCr llt.n lla nMu.ue .p
mm a - ' - v . ,n.ii iwy. ,.V'.s; ' ,
i is which he depicts in all tlie glowing colors
of romance the gl"ry and unbounded wealth
' which those measures will bring to the nation.
Some of his figures are simply astounding.
For exaxaple. w:: . a half uf the million dollar
' loan the Government would bring water onto
some of the fertile lands of East Maui which
' would thereupon yield the Government a reve
nue of $ io.O'jO pur annuui, or il liaO.000 for
23 years. By means of the loan, also, accord
ing to his calculations, the Government would
during twenty year receive as prucis of a new
w-teoasa encat i poauc. gteamer S?.l00.00t : from tair-s un suirar.miils
ta. w. i
S3.36O.0aX) j revenue from imr-ned laborers,
2200,000, etc. Another document from un-
i der the covert of an assumed name, says; " if
: we wish to rebel, to shed blnod, to be cast into
prison," etc.. " then vote this ticket." (Kmmb.)
"If we wish for some statues in the house uf
. Bepresentatives, vote for these." (More
names. ) "If we desire to disgrace this dis-
' trict, send the following." (Another ticket.)
But if we want lo obtain our just rights, then
vote for these independent p-nUemen, M.ks
lerai, Eawainui, Kalanli, and Malo. The last
Tbe motion to eotuiasc . document oat, announces Mr. Sheldon's plat
form, of which the following are the planks.
1st. Opposition to a foreign loan. 21. Ap
proval of the Becippjciiy Treaty. 3d. A
decrease of the taxes of the poor. 4tb. A de
crease of the expenses of the Government.
There is only one thinf certain about the
election, and that is, that all of the candidates
will not be elected, for which let us be duly
ties may be found preferable to any belonging
to the Government, the latter might still aid
the scheme by the use of its influence. We
trust the enterprise will receive every encir
agement consistent with the resources of the
Kingdom, for without a population, our broad
acres on hillside and valley are valueless ; and
there can be no question that the civilized
peasantry ot Europe would form a more de
sirable element in a nation, than the feebler ihem entirely.
races of Asia.
Italian immigrants are known for their hon-
discontented with the Shotruou, and so was Ibe Dai- the operation, and far mor netly than you eo do
uiivvianu. luvoiiurouii urini; lunuii, auufi.tu it . ita an your ) eara practice. Thii is what ilia.
: a son ol the last named feudal chid, him who was j Two small plates, one stationary and th other morel
alterward known br ihe name ot Stotsbashl, hoping : abl, are placed on abov th otbr. Tbe facts ar
to attach Ihe family ol this twr to his person. The corrua.led. and betweeu them Iht hly " aertjea
opening nUh.coautrr w .sa nst the l.ws of J.v of ln. .tuekiog is i.id. T.elr. long poiuid
I pan. wntch m .oorouslT prohibited tbe residence ; Ddlts arc .rrnoged side bf tail iu ft frame which
of lurciners In the empire. And when the aVntav I ... V! , t . Tj ,k . .i i
senl.li.e of the treat? powers insisted upon Ihe ''L"Jj, ,h h bt the oe.dle. p.n.tr.1.
-Vikad... w hote ir.ider.ie was i Kioto, ratiljiusr the ZV?"''' fcJ" h0'"' 9ff "J ,hc rrae'on
trealics, Ihe council of this emperor taoal probftbly ! '"ta 'hf ,P!:"M' "'nS-' J'i n fr.nt of th. pl.t.
at the iDStigalioD ol Sdtsuiua. tUtlr refuted. S.ngo I UP"S "" oa '" serosspieee o.rrriog
Sanejroshl, ibe present Davo Daijin (crime minister ' . ? tbe Trn secured lo aa eod kaob.
and president ol the council of Hate) and Iwakura and then, with a bit uf flat wire, pushed through th
, Ihe preseut Udaljtn, so Well kt.o as the bead of I Btede Je- Tbn the loop between ach needle is
! the embassade tint went to America nd Europe in i esughttj tbe hand and hooked orer Ibe oppasit.
VASCO DE GAMAl
J. F. It 1 1 K. IDMUMlllt.
Will Lonvo Honolulu,
.. rot ..
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
! Cti&nvcUiut at Kamiaru with I'ooi.iaii) stemmtfr for,
kVi KLaNK. .N. A, hUll l ll.VLMb.lk, ami Lnteraimlbattf ;
On or about Feb. 9th, 1876.
For Krurbt and rw ante, an. I further Infnrtnalloii. apple
lo IMS) H. Htl'KKKLII 111.. te.'U!..
II.. N t -
mi til' III THE
lip uf M l I II.!
luaane. a I
J L.l.i. I
HAW, A fit
tier or I...
of ll.nolahi, .lc
allouranr at aa
aroouita of Mil
art. utt of 1 1 - .,,
C a to be allows!
ii m usual au, inat t'rlilay, the Mth day of January, A,
. . . '.'.m-B .. n . ra'CBBV in. WIH1
be BBS la
the lalnron of !T1, were at lhat time tbe leader of
th opposition avail. 5t the $h,.g.Mn's eoTerumenl.
Both were Kuicr's detcriidanis ol tormcr Mikado's
who, thouaii poor, ranked higher than the proud
est feudal chiefs. Bat we will speak more about Ibis
rerolotLon in another chapter, our object brine
knob, to thai eaeh needles carries really two threads.
me oeeiles are cameo back to their Brat posi
tion, snd, in so doing, they draw lha lhreid, which
i'ip off the knobs through th. edges ol th. fabric A
little push forward agaia brings Ihe sharp rear edgu
of Ike BterlU eye against the thrtadt, tatting ail al
siui plr to slate here lhat Ibe spirit of the nation w i one.. This it repeated until th. aim is finished,
j-vi.is. me auiuu lanic ui i.'reieneis aim luti luese
, Utter were only protected by goreniueat tnat be
came daily moru iiowcrles or bad lo rely for pro
tection on Ibcir own tcveinmcnt. Under these
1 circumstances the K-rranls, lorcigner could bire,
were of Ibe very lowest degree of Japanese society,
perhaps its scum and aol much was required to spoil
A Japanese getillemiu psy bis srr
rant perhap 50 cents or one dollar a month, and
- : - hint, aud their food consuls mainly of rice
and fi.h, both of which are very cheap, the coal of
r.- .!,,.. ....I .11: . . ti lul5 'J1 "e set uowii at nmtherou cents per month.
o... ...,CUi5eut..ett..iy. suey Once. tear, bv wit of t New Year's oresent. the
and beautifully finished it is. The inrentor is Mr.
U. 5. Ilosuicr of Boston, an i we predict for him Ihe
blessings of Ihe entire fetniaiue community. The
east nf Its machine n but tea dollars."
NEW ADVERTISEM ENTS.
understand the cultivation of the silkworm, SetTsol recti res a new kimono. Foreigner bean
also the olive and grapevine, and are excellent
field-laborers and dairy men. For these quali-
JOIIV T WATKItllUI aK.
IMPOBTZB AND DEALER IH GENERAL
tr . -.J ,.
I s I. I I) OF 1 ; A H D .
Will ran regularly to the above mentioned
FREIUBT8 AT THE LOf gST IL.TES.
J. I. no vi si: 1 r
47$ Jm OftVe. corner of Fort ami Qneen St.
in tlu. llawail.1
In Ifolioliilu. f.
A. D. I-T.
anrr oa rac Baaca. Baaais aso Jroo. 1. 1.
IT Kslehon. Kshaiaa. Libel for dirorcr.
i. Porter Greta.
r. Perry. Mr. Jati.ce Harris dc-
of the Coart oa tac pica ia Bar.
rt J. Haloc.
Iii! aeit Trrca, decird.
tt af ta. Eisabeth Crabfce
card by mixed jsry.
Saatwalc retar&cd a auas-
afaitlT A- a Hart well, for
T. C Joae. for dcfentriM
oa Tax Bascx. Baaai as Jcas. J. J.
A. raaa vs. Kealakala (k) Kabac Coo-
Frar paid aad exeeptioas
giving their servants ft and 5 per month, and I
i -.;. up the Japanese language a the; beard it
spoken, fell in s very grave error. Tbe Japanese
CA.n-n.,!..,..., n.:-.- ii j j i language uss vuttn ainerent manners 01 aaarrs : oae
"""V eoretueu .u,aue- to a operi.)r, another loan equal, and a third form
sirable aoiuisition to the population of anv to an loferior. 80, lor Instance ihe vcrh 10 oe or ta
r r - I h.p. 1. 1.1 ... : ..LI r .
I .' H, , . U . I . 1 t" BI, IHIeIIUI, B9.1 IIJ. .Of M.I1IC
wier, one woulil sar, .11:11 wo sraks ! 10 an equal,
Afifa wo triruts'ka : to a snperior, Mizu wo gozaii
n.a-'kJ. The foreigner being despised by all Ibe
natives, were addressed if not s inferiors at least ft
equals, and tbey, nut understanding tbe difference
nd picking op the Language a tbey heard it epoken
Qneen Str-c. II n liiio RL 1.
W Al ME A
country. Tlie following quotation which we
make from tbe " Uioniale della Colonie," da
ted Borne, N'ovemher 27, 1S73, a ill be of in
terest to our readers :
" In order to firor and encourage immigra
tion into tbe Argentine Republic, the Senate
has altnost unanimously adopted a law of
which the following are the principal points :
answered in toe same form. Eren vet, you bear
nine lortigoen out of ten addressing Japanese
coolie at an e.ju. The respect thai should exist
between muter and terranl, never existed ; alfectloa
still Jets; and the native servants, not understanding
Lj.'. -jin, jr.! mimirri ,ntir,.v fra.io. In tl..m aa.t
a. iu eaui lauiuj 01 euaigtaius a grant 01 i orueumrs eren directly opposite to what they con
land no: exceeding 100 hectares, (251 acres.)
ider politenes (loeir'greatesl virtue.) despite the
Mom imau irom me r.ost.1 At ibe lime mat liie
3. To each family for passage money and country opened itself lo a limited Intercourse vim
first establishment, not exceeding 3000 lire,
(3300.) may be advanced.
olber nalioac, there was another principle no Japa
nese could understand. By the lw of Iyeya' a
samonrai (soldier or retainer of tome Dairaiu. the
3 F .r the Miroose of carrvin? out the nm. Gu'uomme oi rraecc, oi ine lwu and lctb ceo
a. r or me purpose ol carrying out the pro- tarJ) WM h1gbj elevated above tbe merchant sad
visions of this law, a sum of $300,000 is hereby allowed eves to kill tbe latter, U he should forget
YTe notice that the Republic of Mexico has
also set apart large tracts of land in the prov
ince of Sooora, aad granted 250,000 in favor 000111 "' baTe-
ihe respect due to toe bearer of two sword. Th.
f.rreiguers wbo first entered Knagw or ralLer
Yokohama Were merchants people of tbe despised
class of Ihe same rink as their (errant. In tbe eye
ofa native. Beaprct for Ihem. tbe native servants
nut foreigners insisted upon being
LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
LA KG EST,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
In (he I nil. .1 i.ii. .
SAM'L G. WILDER,
NS 3ai Agrnt far the Hawaiian Iilandi.
. r..t.i.ii; v co.,
TINSMITHS AH D PLUMBERS,
So. 5 VnoaaD Mire,
oaitanliy o- Land a fall atturtmrnt of Tin, Sheet
Irua, and Copacrwart,
QalVd Iron and Lead Pin. India Bubtwr How, 4
Wlll bare n-eular dkpaleb for tbt above oamed Porta,
no on.) after the 5th nf November nost. antil furcjier nolle
frright and Paaaage taken at the Lawni Rale.
. BOU.U A cu.. Asenta.
iter In Ihe Ki.clfab lanfuaare tsa put ft ih. I
liaaette urwrnpouot r - 1 1 ul laall I
r I tie- .- .hi arrli i i uta. ... IK.
Ume therein aponintrd for aald nrawf.
Iluuil al Hunolnlu, It. I., Una .'J.l ,tlT of nVetriiber, ISTt,
A. KHAMCIN Jt'Iin,
. : I , irl
w aLTta R. Miii, nrtt of tbe Supreme Court, vrj M
1 TII.1IA E. gAltl'. lat.of.au l-r-.w-ll.; iZmZZ. ... T
ur uf tbe aakl ratale, br tbe Hupn n..
Ilan ftlaiMl. altUng In Probate ud S
sorb aibiunUlrator, miug an auor. v
out letters of flmintetratkiu.
...i-.i.i.,, ., .-.or-mirrr. 171.
anO fornivrly of Honolulu. lUwaluia lalalola, ta-
kln of Ibe takl In id.
aakl rata la, tbat un tot)
rtnleU apretaj aUaniniatra-'
rrn.e I oar of tha rlawa
d .Inly qaahaV. la art aa
pn v. 1
AHIHA.VT. Ills St AMIES.
January 27, '.
January al. . . .w
I February a
: February H ..
I February 51.-
VI. r I. I)
Kaac w Tct S-af Sevlaag epical Mr.
oa the law of VSH as iiiiafs
The mi notes of toe Indiana yearly meeting
of Friends, held at Richmc-od. Indiana,
T.'?'"f-7yr:c "pimio? received by the last mail. Amrrn the many
iaa rated tat law of l7t a Cowir atioaaL snr jcU cxarirjered snd acted taO by this meet-
M ta jary.
In the college proper there
of Mr. Justice Jodd nd ,ceT- WM rvanuara Lviiee, ot wnicb Joseph
a Trued osd ftabaaitted- A. & Moore is preside;.'. As Prefiirl-nt tweet, re.
iff; E rVcatoa, tor defeadaat. i .l -.a. , . .
. rmz fmm. Ma Jcwnc Haaars, , " m,m' ? ,""ea T
. t- -ria aUaa; v. Hftrtrar c,!alncs. &is tnetafis here will be glad to
i i Miftaainri hear of the prosperity of the institution over
vs. a ir; n.v.r, B. pos- wL; ; u . .....
Kicjr ra. Aaau. Bsv.nc layinii ia his poue
Takctax cat etaaaMatraXaaa, that tbe pnaooers
etc at ii siraTaaai a very soorl tiasc, aad
Icratwaat ot tbe taw. ibe Coon nslnci ii esse
B ta be lilillMBif mi ward labor aatii Saiar
rsx. tac kk IlBtut, sCo'ctek, axd rexaiued
at, with rwaxiate
Ciae va let Siac. Seinxx cpicm. Tbe
i of Court,
Gexibal Scttes'i Out ace Rreeatly I saw old
: General Sattar, oa whose land gold was first discov
ered to California. rte; paag oat of a ear aa Che area
Be. A caort pitiable inatat.ee of great old age, ao
cocattasaltd aad oegiected, I never knew It wai
ia his saill race rear 5 tenses to the precious dast
' was iret sees by Aiaerieaa. He is a native -f
jwi:itr.i;i. hut weal to the Sandwich Isiaads'tu
oheyed br those wtiom thev Dftid. and. as thev en-
I forced their order to their servants sometime hy
I forcible irgaments, they were hated ftceordiaglj.
tven now we hear inanj a "ttakftdanar' (what a fWlfE I nr.KKI(.f:i) IIATI.Mi BEI OMF,
ioo, iae uaaac ot niiusei: i mnuerru i.y a native Ser- I Jft.
vaai wno liaa received a correction Irom bis matter.
Th. M. Ecicna.
KawllivrUt and ftanalel
Circuit af Hawaii
Urcnit af Hawaii
Circuit nf Kauai
i r n; l of Hawaii
, America, wotre he cook a iargt trace nfj.ad under a
Mexican gnat, with tbe hope that the Tailed S tales
weald so ate aay. Mretsh at to hiac Bat it earn,
like Janiter U Dans, ia g .ldto shower, sad the rash
of utiuert trampled over hi fetd. killed hi herds
aad mad ataattaa ia place or lb fair estate tbry
- had found. From that ductvtry east that caott
j toormoas tribau Satan ever said to Data. Th
are seventv -six -TTrrir. aad oave hundred aad ' n'at "r ' J " '' f'" Caiiforni eaaaot h
lata t h mt mm CM I CMdl SkaVA ahavVaV la - - 1 a ' t . a
TsT Th Rapid T raaail Commissioners in New
York hare made a reporc. whieh, however, is cot
very satisfactory to thus who thought tbe near ant
esldvate range, aad thence ta the Pacioe coast of would be a meats of supplying ibe needs of the city.
Taw- Cmtjmei catta t raask
k ast aw HawAXt. drarr a Isaa; tawaoi
Av.w..g M Let-, reporti .; Lj tcei rvning
its aUs far the paat three or (oar wrxaa.
forty-gve in the pcevparatory dqtartiaeiit. The
report states that a large Dew case has been
placed in the cabinet. This has been tilled
with specimens collected by President Moore
daring his late travels on the Pacific Coast and
the Sandwich ii.,t This case contains
alone nearly one hundred spenmercf of coral,
and one hundred species of shells, different
froam those prerioosly in the cabinet. One
j hundred species of ferns have been added to
the taertaariuia, several hand red specimens of
mess rcnael of wealth ha beta lowing for atort
Chaa a q Barter of a century aad great merchant! aad
bookers bar beam avad by it paesioa. poor aid
: Setter, oa the briak of ch grave, is enable to fad
ao ear i watch he caa tall hit tury. Be it new
more than eighty jean of age, aad live is a little
Cvttag at Litre. P., where be educttiag tUgrand
ehatdres ac a tiertaaa athaal. The whole world ha
, been exerrlted hy Balatoa's faU aad FUad k
O'Brien' fortunes: yet here u tha raaa at the source
of thi mighty rotaac with reared y a cdaee I lay
hi head. He is a kidlj. get tie old person, bat he
has passed has age. Some morning darrinr the r ra
tion there crDi he ran aaaoaseeeaeat af his death, sad
Chen parkaf CoBgii will give Che tardy trial at iu
generoaity to " Che graideo farmer." He has a
toe ecmmissioaers bar not proposei toy new root
and company, and hare banded orer Che rotation of
the whole qatatsta, so faro they tn ronton d, to
two companies already ia existence the Gilbert aad
ch New York Elerld. Th eacemission asrore
Che poblie that tbey believe CbaC the iwa companies
mera.iobeu will ftttsf; tbt requirements. The eonj.
paaie. to Ihtif part, promise U act together ta se
cure that end ; they hare gives bonds for th comple
tion of ch roads within lbs time peeifed, aad tbey
hare accepted rates of fan which teem rtrajoaabi
Proprietor of thi
FIBST II.HS EST A B LIU II VI E NT .
1 now prepared to execute all orders In bis On with
neataerat and dttpatcb.
IU would also ear CbaC be bat ecored toe sere lees of
tbe former employees of tbe Laoadry, which will be aa
Tbat the Work will be Uaaroagbly done.
And ao eSorc oat hit part will be spared Co briac the Laara
dry In favor with tbe public generally.
BV TermtmaSirta. Jdhtaa KEBTOX.
.... I wwaaaaj ur a' in. unarr. ne Urn! a CI
1t to the miMralogical dexartinent, and a , f.r domag were,-Ha.ti.jfo. UiUr it GroHc.
The Errmiog Jfeif tsy of NewTork hotels, "Tilled
aad disiiBgaisbed foreigner ga to the Bnroort aad
Windsor; government atscwis, stale ma. aad
" heavy men," geaarallj co the Fifth A venue ; array
and navy oSieen, ta Che Everett. Hoffmaa, sad Gil
sey : thoe of the operatic sad theatrical profion,
Co th Union .-otnare. Everett, sad gtartevoat ; fcr
eiga ambassadors aad members of the diplomatic
oorps, to the Clanadoa sad Albemarle ; Slate Sess
ion and otteiail. C, the linns wink and Si. James ;
western merchant, to the St. Xichola nd Er!e' :
families, to IS WUsdor. Grand. WincheeCer aad
Notice to Creditors.
A IX PARTIES II 1 VIM. CI.AIStrl Al;AIST
Che twtalt of RICHARD II. STAX'.ET, late of llo-
i.oluln. deceasod. are hereby uotided to prtteot Che same
with the proper vniichari, whether tocb chUms anv br
mortgage oc ocherwlae to Ike anderratfor-d. Ececudjr of
lb lut WLU and Testament of the arrested, at hi orBce
in Honolulu within lx ntoncht from Ihe dace of the
On ! nil a f cats notice or tbey will be for ever
barred. And til partiea lodeUed to tbe aaid estate are
hereby requtred lo make Immediate par merit.
a SO. a DOMJNIr.
Bowohala. fanatry Ith. 1ITX 72 tc
THE I .VrsERitlCiXED It Pre
pared lo cake orders for draytog.
Stand oo (tares Street.
K. V. HU'rlBAXJlti.
Str When there are ao rattle Co land al Maalaea Bay,
ao effort wlllae mad Co reach Honolulu Saturday r. ah
Ser On Down Trip tbe Steamer will not leave Kaaluatd
naUl S a. M.. or later; Materia antM to. or tracer: and
Maalaea I lay until S a.m. or later, without due aollce of
auy cbraage being given.
Rate of Passasre will be)
lo or from haaoakakal. Mokikal - at an
I To or from Iaihulaa. Maul tcoO
To or from Maalaea, Maui
. o ui ii-iin aaama, Jatul
j To or from Mahukooa, Hawaii .. ,
f To or from Kawtlbae, Hawaii
To or from Halloa, HawrH t
J To or from laoawaloa. Hawaii .
lo or rrotrn illlo. HawalL i . m
To or from Kaa Coast. Hawaii ia M
Clrcoll of Hawaii, icuo.j Trip. awZSkdsl
To or from any Port on v-"-1 m..QO
(arenht of Kauai, Round Trip . ,'o
Deck pataagt for nalivn only.. .' 3.00
r So Credit tor Paaauaa;. CSoater. M
Ticket at the attire uu ly .
Sr, berth will be conalilered a taken until paid fr.r Wot
rreainneJIlle ftw unmarked Rarcai(e or any frelebl or f.r-
cen aavrhwa ncelpttd for.
FMig-ht ftfaooy Dm oa Dataand.
An effort will be made to have Ik Steamer nach
Honolulu on lb eveoisg of the earn, day ah leave MaoL
1.CM r El, O. WILDBR. Ageac.
Ornce wlthwilder A Co.. corner of Fart A Qoeen street
DISPATCH LIREFMM FRMCISCO!
c. Brewer Co.-Agents.
Herrhaadla. rwdrH tiasa.. as .
IU?,.e,k tdaaoeas atad oa saipoMata by this lit.. '
C BREWER A CO
BT VIBTl e or A WHIT or I u.t 1 riiiv
kwusd .i of th. Police Court, llonoiai.. royrJaVhs fcv!
or of J. I. U.wttc C r ana.a, agalo.c Kaa.le?l b...
tar a poo ,,n uua. . wa.TaJ
J7ili,layrr JaMttttrr. A. D. ItTS, on ih. prwikw. at 11
0 .lock loo,,. ,,n tlH rl kli lUlm ' t jTiil afatnllTk
tou. nd I.. . wooaleu Uo.. atetete .,
vaJj.c.,,.i H.t.Tr.t aad eo.laof tall aad say f. aad
ooatmi.aioua be prvloaiy attlaAed.
Jk . - - W. c r,u;KK. Mankal
llnnolulu. Dec. 21. 7. J::
1,1li'"irIB"("rD HEBKBT LIVE M.
St, TILk, to ail peiauna, llut oa lb UU. day of Novrai
ber. A. D. la;o, ivtCars teatameaiarr hi the t.Lau- of f
.N.VHAOLELl;A.l.Ce of lovhal.,.. lalLd of M.a"wwJa
'ued br uw. A. foraander,
1 ireuit Jwlge of the 2nd Judicial Dtttrlcc, H. I. L. Probate.
U.1 uaving liiaaliSe,! thrniawlv by giving tha Bloarr
1011.1, tury ou hereby request all parmat having rlaio.a
oaaio.L ih. ..1.1 .t..... . - . . . Z m -o..
rated, 10 Kia fttaaaaaVaaB. y. ,.r aa. -".I,
a. Maul, witblo all moolht from tbe day of puthk
chlauorice. ami ah pi rata tarsal tab. k u.. .1
-" I of 1
aiaiM ar.- i.-ri-hv r.iti.-.t...i ... .
thereof 10 Sla .N'ahaoksloa afurieald
fTlHAT VERT DEHIRABLli KWKIXfWO 1 V 1
....a, i-oj ..uoaoo Al
lors, dllilii. rra,ni. foolr..m ilnwi,
irlolhva ,-loM.ta uo SrsC a - . ,
rooms ou secou.1 Hour, kitchen and uontrv ,
AUg IO im. tr j h. wood
, -LBO "'" -.Itate ao.1 prtvnlaet adjoining, with aut
71 . uauirooau, aervaaav room, u,
stable, and carriage houoe.
TflE WELI,ki tetWCf ttriTAtSE
rrwavuee or tho l.n. p. H. rreadw.y. at oWmW
trwaatna- ka n&Ma o-.. 1 .. . f
All' ftllL . 1 iia 4., a va-itr.
-T.-'.--w - o-waac. or lAhavua, r.-mttal .lih lc. m-
tor furthtr teruttleuhira, loqulr. of. ,'
WSiJC and PUdlf-hfanwI Mfei - d
Apply tt Lh
g -m MARSHAL'S omtX.
I Zru'tVX Nr?h.'' '"I,!" ,U" U l,ltnTJ XVED PER IT.YI,Oit, ISA OK S M E
world, to the II escarastcr. I It by i'.i. B0 LLCS CO.
BOSTOB AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
JK C. Brewer fc Co. -Agents
jiM3 FTormLlf .rriitug.t .. .i i
witrut iui swi oaje anij .ninroaai rH tin,., ltV. ..I ri
ohrr ll.rr.h.o.11.. to Ntw Sod for. Soato. . K.w Tort tad
athar Eaaitra Pore ar- Cash Adr.net. mt.lt.
C. IS II L WEB S CO.
For 8ale or For Lease
A HaWMtlWSt lllTril r aa.vaa.
ly localed. with garden. c. . evmCBUlsg Darter, three
l.lro..uia, two ekaaraa. dlnl - - - '
pantry, bathroom, a. root btreaw, itrroit ktrat aad
tcabc, ,jo r.ry eonvenle.t, and Iu prrfretrTptr u
SM L"- P1,D bJ 'b aubaerrlber. ilia l , - -
' Tha hoote It In St a. ..IT a
wi th all Che cnnvaaleoeae of a Brat ciaai
""to,., oa ej
BUtXRS A CO
.D8.?il-lb'e Houo Lots for Sale.
A V, W?f r,fT!" "1'WoasHr-
I I LAINs. favorably actuated foe battdCrae aanoaaa, an
pr voir .treartwuMaerrrk I'r iernvaota.rWoew
rr enqiclreof 1ST Im . R. DOLE.