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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, February 16, 1876, Image 2

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tair m isna K Kv uk.'-... .. .
m af rn IAbI af 8ns. & Cm. Am. Bant.
an 1 1 1 k WiiMi SB af ta CM (kit.
Pawna Bwsej.a. tt ta- iwnmffm. i mmmik Haa-ni
NJijfcr an xw .iiimiim if Baaa, Mm pas
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AN IXPErCiPKXT JOrEKlL,
DETOTTO TO HAWAII AN PROGRESS.
ITr.:liEli M) KMTEIt BT
HEVr.V M. WHITNKV.
WKIiXESliA r. FEB. C
Vr to tar 5th of FrtTBaix. no nrtrrsn tod
burn takro in Oigrwn on Use potding Havaii
an Trealv. Trie late! trleffraiu rrferrinr to it
it the foaTeowia-:
WasaisosTaJV rnan5-TWub rstatlttre M
Ibt CI inn t r- Mnm iitr the II
waiias T.rmtv waster oawMcialinB aad will rraiart
tt. the fall tHttg a Tat;. Tnetar little
Are-oraJitif- ta. this, rvwyltertg Kwikeai faT-ora-Ht;
stair aotirn had t tafern and Ur
snar of tire Bow of Rcpnentauves. tsajtnw.
written it MM Srst etna. Las act bees tested.
The of Feb. 5 -aw
it i.
to It. arfi: trsdr. The 4th. c. a I toil
J r. fHaaiM w aaai s-
wc tar nx-riis : tin
Tk? Uf tmzy rataaaaeal ro tnr tested of tbr
Wjtmk! Meant tbr Mb of
. tbe Utect dale bran
VrtbeBai:
Ttuitx ILCwtut Ess
A ..ornwT risan.l raw
AsrviV.Tr swat..
k h
rf tbe Kin.
lata mf Uoam Tipai aai ia Frkea- -an.
I-T.
I -atr Wood, wbo kai ca
aasaanaa. Mat aMMin.
aLr?ij wrwaaaw FHrear;
nacal ihy., Jam B.aavr
-avii Miira.aa.i.ta-iai an. , aaai -ran eAr- at aaace an fail !
- , - r - j aaaSrr w. -aalo: Batraiiaa, wn-rv lAwy
rcti.ti: -i i-- J snaa the nvfaaafar saWlwii,
afwwriw'wwwwBi """ ' '''" 1 " u an carta.
awnplws wf F ' " " !
arfTVjr!l5?" " aaBAkr !
"aaaOTrfnataata aaraaMhaat
. " aW aakar.
ojaj.-an m.ananaaataaaatA-a..
air. a.
H. E. Brrv-a -vtc
Cacaanr liu XMa.
ataaaaaa. Bar. tea. asrs. k at
"prrair la.ar-1 la l'rhair.
Waiaaea IupectrM or Klectlam.
Having received foil partt"nlars froro vari
ous anthentic fxinrcra, in rtfard to the failnre
of tbe Inspectors of Klertion at Wairaea,
Kan ... to artes the potlt on the day fixes by
; law, for that purpose, we do not besitafc to
1 pronoanre it a shameful and cowardly derelic
tion of duty on their part, for which they ought,
each and every one of then, to be punished se
verely, and to be disqualified from boUingauy
' office henceforth under the Government.
The facts were simply these : J.Kauai, tbe
oppositbui candidate, who bad the snpport of
the influential foreipiK-ra, and w.wkl have leen
labataaj by a Urpe aajorily, made a threat a
short rime previous to eJecfk day that if vo
ters were not allowed to duposit their balhts
antboet pnaluciug their tar receipts, he wouM
cue tbe ballot bos. This of course was fool
tab and unjustifiable, bat it dnl sat by aay
warrsni tbe Inspects in their sulise-
J. K
bat be pataaated
Late Z( for a aeak to eajor tbe tftn of tailiac it.
Late Zm; i one of tbe wrea or aigbt ibtiti of Tatar
a tRi ftra the Rip. xai I nftca 1 naked doaa to
the villafa of Iaaavwe vbsre they wan) riaf bast
uaaaax.
Thr ealr late is agh: fraa Kaltaad u Laeeraa,
bat a tea aoanti walk wtatate raw to roJnV wbaa
Tia war m foar or In taka. aa4 aa hoar or laa
to ptace? wbare all of tbe ar ta'vtaw at aace. I
aerer ezveet t sat rarb beaatifsl riewt afaia. I
1 1 aula I tnrak a week o tae Rifi ba half ?r-, Vd
a far the tast of SwiUertaa. Tbe nraaaaei W ileal.
It Keaatifal. Saaw nar eat); it tbaatrieat la tb rv
That tbeitrieal aoracrv n alvan bgteadaa t be par.
feet, withal a afeaarjaat rtraiaat. Ami sathb i.
I (Hatha al! oror thr moaataia to what wa
oa k and tajuaa it oa emj rata, I oanr hack waeat
tiaw to the KaaxK. a littt parilioa jaw heeaa4 ta
Kalt'oia pariea. perfrr:'; aattei wka tbe view,
wbieh wa hat tan z:au:c fraa aa.
Toa htr at yawr ftt faar r trt laka aa4 rirara.
tberr fVrtiW hawhn eortml with rrapf f rariaaa baei.
proea fraa aa aa-k rrr. Searterea am-iac tbea
a the array rnat of :W ww. Hot. .rri thorn.
tTtwa hirtnaa ar frowaiac paat lit rilafaa. aa4 tar
of ib aanw laaulin or IV Bream Obertaa. wharr
wr r pnap hr aaa br. wa eaaaot tall it hath
?o'i it wbra ha awa A.
Maat toarma arrro that ' tha thlar " t. d or tbo
Riei 5 t f o u th tar at lifht, w tbr aa h-r ta
learr.
to aay that I aa ant raw f tboaa
i aaa " nap etariiaalT ' aaaraaar
WJUiaht i him t.recall 0e threat, after aoraiaf. hat .ot fraa tbr Kalai. Sa I araafaa
Iawo Ri!i ta Hti Waira. tn thr Viaateratb
TitTiet Coart. aa notion of Hanrr E. Bifbtoa,
rowaar! for Rar. T. V Dawtna, la the caw wbarala
br itpliintif ajaia.t tbr Pirjhytrrr of 9sa Fraaets
ea, Jo fro VVilir h rrartoJ aa oHer f r Jorrpb T
Oawiaaa, aaaacrr of tbr Kraaiag Port; AThrrt
Satffo. a rrpwrtrr of th papar. a Frrdrriek E.
fVwarrr an Cjmi T Mill., waalmi of th Pra.hT
torr, to -how raaar why they hoaM aet So dja4rd
(cailty of roatvapt fnt bariac lartiaatal. wrHtra,
pabhibed or pronred tb pablieitinn nf a abwtir
article affair t Nr. Pswfo io the Pt last Satarday.
Tko afllfri( of Iwon ray aaoaf otarr tbiaf, :
' Tbr "tati aouu ia that article ar ra nbaraarr and
fdreet a tiara of falarhoodf. hat I origiaaMy with
drew fraa tbe rVeahTtrriau tr-:'rr. ar i ffraa th
Pr?bytrry of ?an Fraario. s, abown in my awrod-
J r .: !vrt. ! v -i-i roroatin" f rr,ta
aoshn ot tb Prhytary. who bad bran diaap.
poiate-i ia atnek tranrrtjnnft. and eapreialfy to ra
liro innooat prr.n fr-ia aoatorifrd reandala
Ibroacb f fwredirc, as th part of that body that
Wawhl har area in rfloot i pard ; wbe rnarnall
ed to rrrar to the Stt of rtif-.Ttita nrotart ar
NEW ADVERTFSEMKNT9.
H. HACKFELD 1 CO.
TE -TUT IWEITO fTt
GERMAN BARK CEDER!
t;.-B
awe m that ban. aB - ! owwbtct- Tbe I-ctors sent for the the aerai.ei tb.
and Mr. KHly. who afaeruTof tbe Wand. Br. Wilcox, who went to I i iTf? t?
in tu
landlord' htaatwt wrar.p.1 rwJ y aboalarr
iRSirviora aaafjaa me pons, assanui: stt ttwy ptmrm arp roorr 5 rnffrat
.1 . a l . k . . ., ..... .... ,, . V. -
tot ay btaaar i the aTatweoaa ta tad th
r r rrdTnc a waiter t rail
that he was iwrared V preserve the vo an. jwi it ,h two arata. I
tytaor - but they, preaeajdiae to place no confi
dence in bat ataoeaaeat, rtiveiy w4ase t. b' : T
d. liia. d raed a aatKv eecJanttC tV eleo-
j tiaa postponed beeaase they were fncbicrted,
i and tearfai. and terraaea, by the threat ot J.
. Kna.a.-- that "tbry Itnew that a disturbance
wroaM be caased by tb nearde oarryrnc tbe
( threat into execatieav" and that tV coveca-
ba.. ne sai table fotw f.W aVrtwatdnac. and
d to do all that raj" Trrhatw i woahi bar ,
Kara III awl ia wWJJ waarbcr. hat w fowwd a taek T (
aalatTtdatdaajl 049 1 wtT TwT
Wfetr" I c". Th- 'Bf h tSt PfrfT re1B-
Bjitt mm tdkfkll SB Hy tiiBI, ttiroch ttw
nBrhir-H" if tk I w. dr tha adrict- nf my
; ifrfmrr' n. tM t mrrrJ nc will H M tWk tinBt
TB-tr to thft- ftBTp-nrnt' in ie?i nf tlM(. nw
fvf. T rW IwtBnrft m bbt PTwfVftB. ad that i, TTrat
the BaBBrtinBi ia ttrt artfapU rBjfoTr-i t, tliai I har?
C?" f 'Nllion, w a N and a r-iUl lnwar-r
araion a r-orr mmi h.atni fiH, wrt Bt cb4 of x
IbiBiit W thr mm wbp rraM hft eurf - -rr . -vi v
94 tr i HwB. tcb a rrBttV". .V. ii bbi'iBb.
SHIPPING.
FOR TAHITI DIRECT.
I baaj aai i to aaa that carina, U aabaf at ihjlw fa
ta Kc HC that oa -raa, c a bi aka nf rrarw
larw nJnaBB I Van Bt a 1 1 JBJ"at'f BaTaT
aW. H. AKLKX
a X.-
ifo-Taaamaawa luaii aa na - - u a-w a
ow - A ebira akt ary har brea frafbt-
t - a . ... a. - r Will Shi: fur tbe above rVrt an Satnrrlav
rrccv.a- the Irve of the peorde," aa a cnvJ 4w .mook awy-Vnr at aaw Aia. w.tw. awd I next rVbiUarr IBtfa
deaSnbo-etfacsaaeBX-. -aatn--. atatrh, r raw-e a,
The tratfatfaeaaaaer was they aaw that Br "bw aaea. a mv . &, aad annnae a , - n M,,nT-.
Kauai was sare of aa eweetiea, and tbev deter- raVaer, O-rar FPU SAN FRANCISCO.
niiaod t.. pr. veas this by any aaraan ia tbeir hangaaataawd anahW ad at.aakat etoaa a ,
a..:. iilesrU. :i.:riiii- iba: tb rv a - Ifaaa be. ita ej .-o--o, Tt,t ya, .tta t
thatbmthear faihry V atwy.uaagX. A'HBR A
a-wiy, rwwa aa ran aaaatitr . . I Th. larat arr ar Wa-). a a aroi. aaa
Ot warsv wiU take tane and -ar ...ao . at-rarerw-
a bcornae Mabsd i. tbds ec aetaec .v tta.taX.uae njaaster ot thai laaahtiat.
taaBafnataa. r-i;wretbriaajaUw- J ri t aw aali aba ha i: he an.
c - - k. - a. a a
for a citT LiLiawiae laaaecaaa aeweee an o,-
aaf awve ae aullaaa aa a sccxed reprvvaf. Were this afear alaari ha fa, j ,
tfae-an-ntrf.parxtytna re erneo. taevy anta. h-ut sp,.- XTb.'var' 'ataUl 7..
witb a tab lie Vkt of aajy fbar ban- I "V t-" a rajataect Nar aatanrxy a-o-t awaata a- aha aaroa. at aaaawy. ibiaa waabid aVa
i toi aarsoraaie- It tha- Kxevntive at the oivaa- ' a , Jare, w.wd aaarkar. and tea
Ita. artfay af arde. ia tha. caaaaeetxax that J try baa bea. w aat. tha; the silly threat of".'.iM'.r T
k WELL SELECTED CARGO
ar
EINOXjISH.
GERMAN AND FRENCH GOODS
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Mr. Wau B. Evarta. with wfaom Br. Castle
was caeceai ia hi law study nad pntctivv
iu New York, has been chvatea orator at the
Pr-5!Jr:t-iu,-;K
of any old
. (vacua); aa eicvtaw
a r re.irvrcks.ao ,iir ac:
an, Bf-vJi
of Jt::ii Eckbart, ar iruasc per-
. JaaaJca Jaad, at Caaahm. PeU
Erkaart, r&ardiaa af the above
. Erkbatt. (now drecaaed) for cettle-
lathHseeoantsustKb rturCiaa. Tbe Conn
i the aeeoaot. and Mr. P. C Joor (the ad-
r aritt will annexed) naakinp noob)cioo
to Ihem they acre paated, aad (be aTUaniiaa ordered
daarharred and bU boad cancelled.
Eu:t ot Job Meek, deceaaed. Before Mr. Jos
tier Harrra at Cbaatber. Pttitikic of J. H. Coot v.
executor, for approval of claim. The Court ra
ferred the aeeouaU to tbe matter to report oo the
ol Fttruiry.
Feb. 10 Eaute of William Hall, deceased. Feti
tioo of J alia P. Hall, (the widow, for letter of ad
re nratratior of tbr above estate to be baaed to E.
fimtrnt. The Coart after bearing eridencc of tb
deatii of tbe decedent, mqaired of tbe widow if abc
I Mr. rrcstoo to be pt..in!ed. ind bc hirins
and the residents of caclj, district aboaM
vote where they reside, or not at all. In
Honolulu the list of voters might la? divided,
all voaara, for example, whose initial letters
were included between A and J, might deposit
tbeir votes on one side of the liall, and those
from K to Z on the other side.
This law was of course framed with the best
intentions, but after a fair trial of a number of
. the Conrt ordered K tU-rs of administration i :. V,-. ..-,..1 :r . . r:t. .1
to he ItaBM to Mr Pmatrtn nrmn In. ftlinva K.uut 1 I '
tH o.w:ier4xnr think, if A Uw nquir
ine voters to exhibit tbeir tax-ree-eipts at the
polls, w-ere repealed, as we have advocated,
there wcaiM be difficulty ia preventing repeat
iaf tu those districts where tberr is more than
one polling place. We think this might fat
easily prevented by proper prevauti. -ns. Ia
such districts as Ew and Waiaaae the tax
collector coujd prepare a separate list of names
for each district. s that the Inspectors of
Eievtiivn in Ears would liavr a list of the vo
ters of Ewa, and the liaspectors in Waianae.
would have a list of the voters n Waianae
' for tavtf I- aad art baa a... ia u aaaan
.iav at at ah. aat Maa th.1 4 W wyaadw aaoat at rWt." Wrafare.
' " . aaa at th aaahaaea, alwar aad aWabaa aa aoan
aaaaay. a refartjl ,y asaar, aaat af t .'t
tae tv-.-a ntaad ha- I - a. a ha
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t i t a on a
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eat at he oa. tu am akraaart aj a
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laapartal ly Haaap ta
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T""' 7 W v 1 '". "a" aajar crasay TWK NKW1 ,acca
araaa, ar th aha. tvat a. th anit aaatar. mmm
0? LuweThfaCw -2ft MATTIE MACLEAY,
- at ba Ttat4 aaaaa thaa. ant aaa aiaaa i ) a kwrvn.
Wall ban alwaaV Ttiawatah ftar akoaa Part
I. .a Li.-a.c. SameaLa.a IWao 1 T j.
ra... al at. a. . . ... trra aad li.e eraalrk.af bay
. . -a-"-. j t. b tiad ta la baUaidw ta baa I boat fna
aaa ta ercad ra aatoa. w it twatt a aaa , of. aad aa a. tb aaa l .k, eat th rraaa aad ar- I
th laat car.- which war a-I Ua fall fr eowfurt. It I par. th hay. It ia naal thai bay B wad ia ataeaa
arras eariaas t. ay iaexparatw t bar a loeaw aaccesa.hW va t. ,-o.t, and cow. I. eartaa ah.
. . ' , . . ,. ew. oa a day adnrruseJ bef-r basd foraanKtSaak.
tor aai to want (aa. tar aacb ear) sal aat at all ; aj Waaw ,h ka. and tbraa h awaa to tb. aaraan
Cibrtabla. Far that was a fee tin.; away fraa j hrhawa. with waraiac shaata ta f-wtaal karat any
the whiatliat aad haitiae that -oarfal. tibraat. awswa wh. nay at Ut. kaowa what Wat to h la
. . . he? way. It it Jaa-av a- to laaoara a Mae. aad
dnaaatx hats, th. sawad af aa aa-atal baahl. bw. I tai a ..,1 b. dr-Jiultr aceravaline to th. "
a tboaaaad tiaac iaeraaaad. w roaaethiar; draadfal to tab praaaaaity for raallaar, uoaw aSaa bill ta taaw 'it
eadarr. It Mam; as V ft woa! J break the daltcat ' a. It u aat Saa th wiadtar rwadt
oreaai.. aftk. aar. It drown, all .rjin.r aaa.Ja. I awwwaaaa rroa K-n mi.
far Franataat Iwaa. aaat a w
an It Hta klkWIJl a M
PACIFIC Mill STEAMSHIP COWTS
SAN FRANCISCO,
Australia and Now calami Lino
MBBtSC lfcBirwB, X MtBBBBrtPB S'BBa,
the aam o( f rJOTO Notice to creditors to be adrer-
tiaod for lour vecki and .nveutorj to be filed ia 30
Feb. II Estate of P. Kabuaa deeeaaed. Before '
Mr. Justice Jadd. Petition for admcnonrement of
dover. Couttuued until Slat lost.
ti. Rhodes vs. E. UuTsuchelle. Before Mr. Jot- I
tier Harris. Actiou of Assumpsit. Summons to I
sbowcaose wby plaintiff auould not hare execution .
acainst defendant, more than a rear barine expired ,
I . . i . . .rat ; j . aa r . . 1
awiaruiicw luejuugweui. aasaanaai appeareai
aad made do objection. TtK Court ordered execu-
Discon-
Is Eajrnr.
Abigail Maikai BV Samuel Mai kai ct si.
tinucd.
Thar UJawaa aaal tnr Ceateaalal.
A fraud reunion nf tbe KnirbK Tsaplar of th
Caitad State il to he bald ia PhilaaUInhia. uadar tb
aarpiaaj of th Grand Coaaaadory af Peaaiylrauia,
aa th ISth of Jaae. ia oommcm .ration of the on
haadrath aanircnary of Independence. Tb ti corral
Order, atatr :
The Oraad Coaaandery of Paaairlratis will open
its twenty. third annual eoaclsT is th Masonic Tem
ple. Philadelphia, oa Taasday, May Nth. 17. at S
a'ewak r. a. Immediately after oprninr the Grand I
Knckuipaiet.: a-f th Uaitod Statat sill be received.
Wadnatday aorning at It o'clock, annual cleetiua
af aad transaction of buauna of the Grand
least, to It- attended with more disadvantages
than advantages. It affords unscrupulous can
didates an opianrtunity for a vast amount of
illegitimate iufiueuco at the polls, and withal
is no safeguard against repeating, for, as has
lieen shotrn in tbe late election, where the tax
officers are candidates for the Legislature,
there is nothing to prevent them from issuing
duplicate tax-receipts ; and if duplicates, wlty
not triplicates and quadruplicates? We re
peat that w o believe the best interests of the
couutrv would be promoted bv abolishing the
law.
For the past twenty years tbe popular senti
ment has been for Betrenchtnent. For the post
twenty years men have been elected to the
Legislature, session after session who have
sworn to advocate BetrenchmenL For the past
twenty years the iirdependent press of the coun-
: try has preached and urged Retrenchment.
And what has it all amounted to? Has
T"-' ' '1, Mdlt s " t0 there been the slightest attempt to render
falloaed by lartaUaUoa of brand otnoeri aad pro me- " r .
aade aaaorrt aad reerpti c in the ereninr- proportionate the exiienses of running the Gov-
Tb aaur. entertainment of tbe t-idtia Knirbu ernment, and the outgoes for Uie permanent
bat aaa a a dart 1 1 a by ta Comaandcriet of Phils
.iphia, ru : Philadelphia, No. i .- St John'- Ho. 4 ,- j benefit and improvement of the country ? No;
Kadaah, Na. If ,- Mary. No. 36 ; St. Albaa, No. 47 ; ! emphaticallv, no! On the contrarv, as has
ConaUoan Cbaaaaar, No. M ; and Kenriorton, No. , . . I . , .. . , .
W. D. it. At their oliettation thu honor bat been PomXed out by a receni wnter, eighty
arairnri them. Tail Cowaiuee re ra Tbanday, . hundreaiths of our annual expense arc for run
Jaa lit. $7$, for tbe parade, installation of Grand i a . . r ra
(Wow. aad raerptron and proaanad etmcert by tb. mn? tbe cutnber80rne machinery of the Oov
Graad Commandary. ernment, while only twentv-hundTedths go
sjtwftah T -fn-l improvement Xnd while the na
will open ia tb eity of Philadelphia oa May 10th, ti -a has been steadily dwindling away, our
Biennial Appropriation Bill has as steadily
been assuming vaster proportions.
And why has this been the case ? Is it not
because those highest in authority have been
unwilling to take the initative? While they
do not object to having the salaries of their
subordinates cut down, they do not think it
possible to sustain the dignity of their posi
tions on aiivtliiiur leas than they are now re
ceiving. Tt is very much like Arte in us Ward's
patriotism during the late war, when he an
nounced that rather than see the Union over
thrown he would be willing to sacrifice all his
wife's male relations. The consequence is
that the Appropriation Bill finally passes, all
bloated with lavish support for a useless mili
tary, and numbers ot sirtocurcs, and with pro
vision for a style of government suited to a
nation of sixty million rather than a small tribe
of less than sixty thousand.
All this trifling heretofore, although it has
doubtless hindered progress, has resulted in
no catastrophe, but the time has now come
when decisive measures must be taken. The
new era upon which we are about to enter,
while it will doubtless be one of immense ma
terial prosperity to the country at large, must
at first seriously affect the income of the Gov.
ernment. And as it will not probably be prac
ticable to increase taxation to any extect at
present, Retrenchment, instead of being what
it has been in the past, a desirable thing, be
comes an absolute necessity. The average in
tellectual calibre, and education, and experi
ence and saroir aire, of the newly elected
Legislature is not such as to warrant us in the
belief that they can originate and carry through
such sweeping measures of reform as the emer
gency demands. Unless the work is initiated
br serious, and earnest self-sacrifice on the
art of the highest functionaries of the laud,
notliiug v,ill be accomplished.
-a ltstn Jawiwaltrt.
Bostox. Janaary I5th Thit afternoon'! Oorrrrer
will pahlith a duel re afcetina K D. Wiarlos. the
well-known journalist aad politician, aad known a
oa of ta principal owners of th Daily AVaw aad
Bottoa rW though it it not believed that cither
paper is afrtd by hit Uaaaetioat aow eoaiaa to
light- Not.- to th aaoant of Jr.iwi), negotiated ia
ana af th National bank, are kaowa to War forgwd I
iadtrwasau, aad it it alleged that when the amount
of hit forjad papar is fall aeartiail by iarcatiga
ttaa. St will reach orar t W.OaHI. Winslow left last
Tbaraday with hi finally far parts unknown. Detail j
af the all tared lorranat by E. D. Winslow. published
by th Jnwwai, laaswwal that at I wtia ated th total
aatoaat of diroantcd papar issued by bin ast be ia I
e tonal afSSM.SM, bat whether the indorsement are
Muiai or aotoaaaot t detr rawed. It is stated that
WiasVow sold hit interest is the A7s last weak. On i
tha brwakha aat af tha war, he aai u ted a a private
ia Baly Wuaoa's Znaara. Whir the rerun not was
Irani; at York town, be was eomaijtiooed Chaplain by
Cawaatt Andrew. Ottawa naeican in rsepimicl.-Ma-.-a-oksnrtts
Vol aat am. lilt health tailing b was tab
aaaaaaUy traasfaried throagk th inflaraee of Prcii
Mat 1 a nab la lb Chaaaaiacy of tha tag. ship Lan
caatee af th Paoaae ta, aad roc. It was while ta thu
aaretc aa tha rank coast that be teat developed a
uaaia far aactahtuoa. When the tqaadron lay be
far Saa Fraacano he was ia I h habit of going ashore
aaalahhHaglaawagaad niharfaaay ttoakt.aaking
as high as f l.SS or Si, ta a single day aad losing
tha next. Al lbs and. of taw yaart be was ordered to
linirt to tha Charnarton Navy Yard aitil ordered to
th Nary Tata at PaawcoU. Ha health failing him
!. ha was disshaigis! Craat taw rrioa. He was
a lasain aad aawlurhiBg age t of tbe Beaton Heraid
aar ia law aad IBt. Dariag flash tines in real
awtate a aaaUlld aaarily, aad it it balieveJ his
jeaara' lliswlrt Bagaa ia th ataca ia the real
awtate a ark at. The In ajg( estate which he
bank an) anxtad by Ba psafariatori of th Baataa
, Janaary 20th. A spaoial aarpateh to the
i Karat naitati In raport ot ue act rat
br law taswrawat in Herxegcriua under
flaw. Paha, and rtrwf law faOowinr partioalar : The
Turks diahaaawd aftsr tb trtt stuck without far-
thaw n si ajarKy af thr killed, who prob-
aady aaabworwtbrw haadrod. fall during the aght.
Tar balk af the sure iron took rwfagt aa the hill,
whan at aat aaaaaa ti they war mr rounded by th
..t.l. fimniT" - r trang. Th victory of
In iattar is MaaTinnbly com plate aad inportant .
An attack was ta ba Bads os the bill, tbe rciult of
which is not known.
Tbe effect of iu addao eetatioa i aowewbat aa w
a shrill cricket stop its noise all at oaea, only th ef
fect it intcasiiod as the oand is loader. At such a
lull tbe ear fall ot people would give a peculiar Preach
sigh of relief, whea the noise begaa again they re
signed themselves with shrug an eta groan.
I hav beard this thunderous hunaing only in
Switzerland.
Now began ay first experience on tb. frightful
climbing railway.
I think I ihoald nut bar shrank at any iteepncss
of arrant bad I not had the corner seat which gave
the outlook, aad from whence I could look dwwa all
the fearful precipice and bottomless abysses over
which we passed. One gorge spanned by a bridge, I
remember in particular, a frightful depth, but a won
derful strong bridge.
The track is like that on Mt. Washington, with a
middle, toothed rail, oa which run a strong cogged
wheel.
It grew dark befvre we reached our destination,
Kaltbad, and to add to the oervoatness of timid peo
ple, there was an accident with a laap that suggested
boiler explosions and aH the consequent disasters.
But after considerable clutching of the seat (to keep
tbe car steady ! and sundry starts and jumps at un
usual souads aad shakes, we finally arrived safe at
Kaltbad, hoping that wc aight plan to walk down tbe
mountain on oar ratam. On aight ride a male, to
ha sure, but such riding I If the rider it mounted, a
guide is always leading the animal. Bat more often
the whole party it walking, the horse led riderless.
I would sooner save ay sous and tart without the in
cumbrance. We found a small hotel close to the great fashiona
ble Kaltbad new, comfortable, and reasonable. It
back rooms command the lake view, from the front
ones you hear the hand of the Kaltbad Hotel three
i time a day. After t day or two in a nine front room,
I mired across tbe ball, preferring tbe delights of the
eye to those of the ear. We ha! tb ansir, the gar
dens, the view fr tn the terrace, the as of tb moun
j tain indicator and telescope, aad tbe Worst of the
i postal arrangements of the grand Hotel, and oar own
j clean, snag quarters for seven or eight francs a day.
i Tbe Kaltbad charges are from fifteen to twenty. Tbe
little inn Dahindea is ettablished only this summer.
I I fear that becoming popular in a season or two, it
: will become aspiring, and enlarge tb building and
i the prise together, till K rateable those placet where
, ladies take half doten trunks, sod make tbair toi-
! lea about as many time a day. On dress for break.
i fast, second, a walking suit, third, a dinner dress,
then, after a nap, a change for lea, and a fifth cot-
! tame for tbe evening dance, concert, or promenade
on the terrace. No satchel or rhawl-ttrap tourist
need venture into such a plan, for more thaa a day's
peep. One receives more attention at the smaller pla
ces, it made more of. It il pleasant to be met with
a smiling good morning from mistress aad servants,
to be asked by thea after a day's excursion if you
htre had a nice time and a fine view, to receive tbeir
" Bon voyage " as they eland at the door to see you
off. I am countrified enough to care for there little
things that sue does not get at large, fashionable es
tablishments. At tb Hotel Dahiuden, we had a hard-working
hottest, and a waiter wh seemed more fit for man
ager than erea the landlord himself, aad smiling,
ready maids. The guests wer mostly Germans, and
there was a real lite Countest among them. She an
swered very well in ber delicate completion, sweet
smile, fine figure, aad stately carriage of her head, to
onc'i idea of nobility, hut I regret to add that ber
table manners were not aocxceptionable. Weeansid-
erad her a " retired countess, ainee she was living
at simply and inexpensively u loe re)t 0f u.
There were two English families, also, aad we filled
a table, with them, almost by ourselves. The poor
waiter was at his wits ends sometimes at the hungry
demands from our table for some more of this and
more of that, especially ot the fried potatoes, which
ware a all oooked aad popular. Finally he learned to
set them don at ear table wbaa he had served the
others. We all eschewed real, and the English party
usually found oat by boob if w ware to hare it for
upper. If so, they ordered tea, aggs, aad honey,
which were given in plaoa of aaat aad potatoes if pre
ferred. Occasionally they made a mistake and got
tea when the rest of as had steak, or the potato were
particularly good, aad then it was sport to to than
with praises of oar a ice sapper.
There were two bright boys is the party. One was
fond of rambling, bat tb other was much engaged ha
building a until iciailBT, aad they were all going to
They
ban , waaald
are eateadid road aaathr thing a astir
1 kababa " .Wait, aaa wish t-oad ran sou. I
fancy as does set so bat tar road building aad eagi
u taring ia any ether part of the world. Oaa aight
wall be proad to be a aceettfal cird aagiaaar in this
Alpine country. The road building is not all done
by Swiss. Tory ar a few thoagh aat a faealr folk,
aud ar. busy aa their farw aad pasturw, aad tbe
Italian coot, orar aad hatp oa tbe road, ladiag
ready work and willing pay.
I see little difference twtween the labor of the peas
ant aaa and women. The ratter are even aor nu
merous ia the tie: Js thaa tha former. Indeed, ir a
peasant has a spot to till, and cow t to pasture, besides,
it follows that the wuaea aust do a great deal of
bard farvawork during tbe months that the atea two
or three are ap in tbe Alps a itb the cows.
I see no plowing woman as well as aen dig with
heavy hoe that look like picks, sod seem more an-
nieiuy man even plantation n.e. the women are
ofteu bareheaded in the biasing sun. 1 think a civil
ised Polynesian woald exclaia. " Why, her are
these peopi who har own aligbtrnd for haudrsds
of year, yet saa wort off thaa we are ! Th woa
ea with such poor clothes, and no hats, tbe children,
oerging, tbe houses rougher-looking than oar awn 1"
I suppose tbe manners and outturns of tha peasantry
aareebanged very little ia bandredsof year. "Their
house are built as they were ia th early periods nf
weir uisaiiry. ana are mre picturesque tbaa comfort
able. Tbe date of building is ascribed upon tbe froai
proving some of tbaa centuries old, though built bat
of wood."
The first story consists aainly of rooms for storing
bay, fodder, potatoes, etc.. and even for sheltering
tbe cattle. Soaetimes a sleepinr room is added oa
tbe ground floor, side by side with th ran fusion and
disoomlorts of tbe store rooms. But usually all tbe
faaily rooms are ia the second story reached by out
side stairs at one aud of thaaboase. Still aWre is tbe
loft where superabundant members of tha faaily are
stowed away whan tbe second story gets too small to
bold thaa. Tha farai'ure it roagh aad Manly and
often bona made. Theaova rof pottery or t.rick ,
and give oat bat little heat. Over the table bangs
a chain to hold tb candle .
But with all their toil aad poverty, th people are
not indigent or squalid. They are not poor like eity
poor, and begging is forbidden by law is many can
toas. When we saa children begging who are warm!
clothed, aad wear shoes and stockings, and are, per
haps, knitting more of th lattw gainst tbe winter
needs, we do not feel pressed to gir. It is the Lon
don flower girls sad hordy-gurdy women tramping
aboat tbe street at aight, often in a chill rain, that I
am sorry far. Ah. how thankful we ought to h for
oar toft climate that protects as from so much of the
distress of the pear in cold latitudes I Wbeo winter
comes I shall ba hoaasick fur ay own mild land.
a. p. c.
Tin: kruiNDiu si i. vwsiur
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO !
l.kt HI.IX I oaaiaaauater.
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR SIR FRANCISCO
On or about March a.
For Frearhl and fwaasre. or an farther intWmatkaa.
apaiy to atT. M. HACSai'BI Jl t .. A rents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPYS
BAIT FRANCISCO,
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE ! I, l:lili, NTEASklllP
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
New Music.
Just Received ly " I). C- Murray."
POOR OLD XAIkTE. snag,
tail raid You Pruapei. sua;.
CITY OF SYDNEY!
DOW. lllHlltMIKK.
vv 111 Uoavo Honolulu,
row..
Eandavn, Fiji, and Sydney, K.S. W.
I .a.ios'tliiat at Kanabrva with I oaa may 1 aleajaer for
.1 f. K. ami. X. 7... InilTi HAI.MKi... and In term vallate
porta.
On or about March 9th.
For Frelghl and Pimvv. anal fnrtber Information, apply
to fast) H. KACKKKLD m OX. AaVnta.
fear Wtaa. a. a and a,
Oalvaavard Ira ftp. aad I tact,
hnj Iran. . I. I aad U wan. Rraata,
P. A t . Carrwa. cV,
Cwkmiaae. Twwad Span. Aaw.
Vraaak fa Irak was.
Wrapping aad Printing Pupa.
Pa.aa aad Oil. Whit iw. Whit Uad. a..
Caw-star Sod aad Palm rMI.
Hid Poison, Mark at tickets,
Brnam. Cask aaal narrow.
Cask Blarkaaith' Coal.
SH Tons Bast Staaa Coal.
vta,.raa aa tea ana ana at awaawaa a
l-a-a waaa atttstaf.ni f. a aaa. a .
aaassn
it a ei sna n wHI. ab aw a
1 P '" a Vera, kaaaafana l aww
' ii ra was ii a aa awaaw
I 1 ' a. w niwaawsa waarb hw aaa aaa
aa, wv p, irL, w-iaTa-tw saat mZ
! aw. w law a aa W ill wa awa
i tar nm a aa.w.. . . .a. a. wa Baaaa
aaa. aas ... W, aaaaaa.
Iwaa w n.aajnaa W I aaaw tmm a t
tnsm ,,, Si w sw I. waa a toil n
v1 ' " laaiaa aawww baataa aaaw aaaaaa wa aanaw -a
witM. wa a iSKww aha Bra aawavwjww afTawsjaaawa'
mj natiia aato aawT i saaaTtaa a. .
nr. u naa a Bk awl. a mm, k .
ta a ajjatatt,
awvwa at ta. an aw ww awswnaa
" i ml jaaSaawaaanwaja. Ti ill
.avl twot rtravv
wawBa atwaw awsnawa aunanwtokn waawaa a
Also a few Music Box A Ragalatnr Clocks
A Fin A wart aaat af Haaaa Cig.rt.
Eaglish and ilrrnaa Me.
Bavarian Baer. ia qta. aad ata.
Chaapagse. Heidslwk A Co., qtt.
Chnmpaga. Thorwaa. qts and pts.
Sparklwg Bowk,
Rhiaa Wise. Claret,
Gin. in graan aaaaa.
aad pit.
atkawa a aw taaaai Ii.a? !?i ' u.""!
boaap. whwa banaw, a i a. twwat ssnt wwnaa
-La- wsa ssJrtaTav ri ta waasaaTL
W.n. ikrir. n a a
I,A v a- nr - rwwnv VWT. . i u
" lk tha M a-, . wwa aaa wa
FOR KOLOA AND W Al ME A !
THE SCHOOXBR
KAMAILE!
BOIIEH, HA.HTF.R
Will hnvp rrnlar dlapalrri for tb? ahovp named Tnrt
no aji.j msfUr tit Mb at .u vpn.h-r nuL, on ui furti.r nolicm
Fr- !,-rit hiiJ
SIS
Simple, now Open bt or Oflos, and Smrnm mmmm to
airin
Orthrrt froa Other I-Unch FHM. mg
lafaken M :!.- !-.t KaUw.
B4LI .r - : CO.. Ac-nta.
siuin jeiuiu
ABtrHAjrr, t i m antes.
Tb Sweet Uule tpat ou the Hill, aons; aad chorus.
imi a uwaro i.nurrn.
Tbe Mlar uiat Latht mr Lover Home.
Out iu the starlight
Whore tbe Heaatlail Rivera Flow.
Time may Steal tbe ttnaea laartiria.
On Wing afLoa, wain.
Dream of tbe Sea. waJrae.
blew lie ba, aauts.
Mr tara has sain n a taMaae;.
Not Tet, new nutat
(autate Damiuo, Cburoh 8niee.
Veulte. Chareh Servto.
Te la-lni lau.lasuua
Tbe Surf Btrd. mazurka.
And Many Other Jfete Piect.
ForSalaat (7 tt) H. at. WTT fTNarV'8.
Prbrnary 21..
Marrh 1 -.
Marrb f
March II
larohSO.
..Circuit of ITawati
....rrrratl nf Knoal
Hat
. . . . hi of ia
C.I mill of Hawaii
NawtUwta
jar When there arr no cattle to lau.1 at Maalae Rar,
sa effort will be made to reach Honolulu Mat a Mar r. a.
star On Down rrtp thr sieawjer will not sea Kaalualu
until 9 A. at, or water; afaSeaa until a an. or later: aaal
Maalara Raj until s am. or later, without da notice of
aar rdnajjt being gireu.
Rules of Passage will be
To or from Kannakalrai. MoioEaL.
To or from I jiliama. MauL ........
To or from Maalara. Maul 7.na
aw
Consular Notice.
Dl'msn nTT arhe v e rrwaa nnOM Lt .
t- rERXKT will attend to the boataew of this
Cuu.au 1U- at the French (-baneellier. between too hour.
of 10 aud It eeerv day. Entrance on Punchbowl Htrret.
laa B W.LIKr.
Ooaaal aaat rinwawaaai i of Franc.
Honolulu. Jan. 11, 197. art
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY,
FOB
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
ESTABLISHED. IRS.
CAPITAL,- - - 1,000,000
(With unlimited liability or Jharebolderv )
"See to't well, protect yourseif." SaiassrttEa.
INSUURCE miiST LOSS BY FIRE,
Of erery tlefrripUon of prtaperty wj be eB-twl vitb
thu Compavn j at lawtiwU mm.
Merchiuidise, Goods and .Freight Insured
By mXfmen ami Mmg rmmm.
M9" homtm can be pAy-b. Id Ootiol.la.
Oa H. OWKV,
wTT-ly (At Mr. J. T. Wi I ymmkfm) Afmt mr Hananlnln
Ti or rnwn Mavhokon. Hawwii ...
To or from K-Wwih-e, Ilawmil .
To or fr r.: K ...... HAWni.
To or from kaVwWsiiov Hawaii ....
TO or fron. Ullo, HawaJl. ....
To or from Kaa Ooat, Hawaii.
rin-uit of Hawaii, HuiiJ Trip
To or from any Port on KibwI...
Orroit of kavuai, saVouavl Trip
for aaiiTea Owaly .
eT V Vrtm tor jtwrnrngm Mmmy. mM
Tlrkfta mt tmm tmmrr tmlj.
No bertb wtM bcenaaetft1 ma taken antU pi.I h i. Not
rrnponaJWe f.ir anaiavrfccU Baggage or nay IMfj bt or Pavr-
aat-inal'-Bi iwaa-sftfl Ibr.
Frf ht Money Das ra Deabad.
wT" An etThrt will be maxle to bave the Ttrwrr rrrh
Hoaoiulu on Ue vveaiat: of tbe aam.- tay tbe Irovrt MuL
SdhJCUSLQ. WlIaDKH. Vr. nt.
mrner of Fort A Qoeen HtrtB
k CO.,
HAVE a.
JUST RECEIVED
PatR
HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WTLDE,
FROM LONDON,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THETIOW OFFER FOR SAUL
Gmililli Hnbbai L'a Paint Oil.
Whit Zine. White Land,
Venetian Bad, Yellow Oc.hr.
Caastie Soda, C. C. Tin Plato, Shel Land,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Ziaa,
Galvanised Tab, Peace Wit,
Kalnad Iron, White Bros' Portland Cwaaat,
Oaaaj Bags, Burlap Bars,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels,
New Oil Shook,
Vian Faraitar,
Bautallaa A Ca'., Brandy, fa glass, aaata four
diaaoad
BailtUsa A Ce '., Braadv la Caks,
Oin ia Caa.
Norwegitn Alt,
Cordaga,
Window Class, Ac, A., ie. 5713a
be .erred wlataM Ireaterlek (1 Pi I Bl ha to
""'. tan ta aar raw w. sta.
-- - a- manna nnn
a swaawasrsaai
I i Titr a trrri ar rit nrraTK ar a.
I r-.va . -- - f " nr
n a., and Swwulj at Nawaiata. sawb toawSh. aw
reaa ,
aa4ajrr mmW " twTw! aaW ataaaaaaa
uirinVoalTeatS: b', warrla'twaaa, mm Baa
'aWnda. wrttn a rrwaa. aa awt, awawtaw hsan w
jntra i.
a. I letter.
Iliinotum. Ill
Executors' Notice.
an
'in: I tni ttaii
At TK'Ktaaaawaaa
ber. A. rx 17. wBbvsa
V H1A..I KI.I A.I.W .4
wr ansa a thaw bw ab
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wwwa to saw wtaa mt r
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a -
(ireait jiKhr th -d io.au asanas, at. f. a rwaww.
aad aavln oatatd lBiwr.ii a Sill a.
toMbf aaa i laj j i a j awsa"-iL.
Kl II O I'I'St ' II fl,.4 Kail KR Ar CO,
lit POETESS AaTS COM hflSSIOW BTKACH ArTTI.
Haaalaa, faba. H. I. , all 1
K. al. Ill I I lltO aa.
ATTOBHET AT LAW, H1X0, HAWAII
WI Wh rroantlr Collected. I
CMBc with Wilder A fV .
C0TT01 DUCK,
AKKW LOT OF THE LAVBENTE FAf.
tore an awortraeat of Ja umbers received per r er ion
and for sal low by (HI BOIXEi A OO.
DISPATCH LlflVFoVsaN FRANCISCO !
tfbr. C. Brewer dk Co. -Agents.
wBslavhaadise received Btarasr Free and
nperai ewa aaraac ata a slpaaa ay raa na.
Ml-ly C. BAR wan A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
& C. Brewer dk Co. Agents, fff
waaws Farorabl. arvaawwwta eaa alwav n. awwsaaa
made for itoraf and skipaeal nf Oil, Bona, Wool, 1 1 Idas ad
other MerehaadlM to Sew Radford. Bwtoa, New Tork sad
aarlasSira rwrU. ar Caab Advaao. arada.
mi-it c. bkewkb a ot).
NETKOPIIUTit TltRliBT
C WALLER, Proprietor. fpwnsjT
Klat; slr,.
rMatr
Waaaalala.
THE
Swiaw Lloyd Marine Insnranee Co.
W WiajTKHTHl R.
THE UBtDERSlenKO ar AtTTftORIZ F D
to ioi.ro
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
fraa Honolulu to all part of tb. world,
aad aoam .
Pr-ranlasloa !
fcy Mp-t-ial
On tb. amtt bvorabh
S71r
nr. o. iawiai a oo .
arats for tbe HswsfU Island..
OREGON LIME.
SAW ItAS Kll RK EIVEH PER PAI-kiuburr-
thb day, and In perfit order. For as) br
afar it, ini.
boi.les a ca
ATI
earVXaBr lnrtd to attend PuhbV Wonbln ., trior
CtlURTH. whw Berrlees an bead -. "itklh l 11
o'clock A. at . and P. M. Beau are arurldad for ail
maj be pleased to attend. Thrr. 1. . -
rrr ateeUnc at 7a a'ejaek. to Ua. I
, to which an ar welcome. ::i l
rated, to Kto N
laluaoa. Maul. .
ttaa of thb, nottra. aad aB
Uwreof to (a .VaAaowhw aswaaass.
Ua a ii
e ralDa tMsT -rr ii - r
AdminUtrttor'i Motic.
lb aatat atmlJmStSJ1
beibr r,artad w psmal ta wwa. . .
aaa. trnwiitnaVr'aew" " "uBXJ trin""
TO Jawt
T'yjj-y a-3
rHU. on a.-,.ud haar, -T' ??""""r " '
wHb taamaltaaaiak-ataaaswad T I . ia is
bow. na. bawl buaae. aar.. m, waar aaa.
Aa l.-u rf I,,,,,
AUB3 tha i mail aad an) atawnnss. nam aa
rnasaa,kltraa. kilkwia. .inwaw i'i,a'.j. -iti.
mmt caribtn aaaaa.
Seaside Cottage.
a udrBtawi rail
aa aaa aw P. Bl. T W. as
" sabs i i tsUtwrwaata " 1 "
d out uoaana, with ata vara aad
stswwl li!rnwator, bwjan??
ar. at namaai
For Rent.
a.WTta.a;
Kia or sir. a j. tamaa.
WaiB aad PaarBrawl an
JialelT AMI at laa
571 to MA
' a ato aana at rwar
ft iiaana.
For Sale or For Inm.
a ha a
paatsy, k.ihsa. wawaa aaaaa. toaLWaaaaZ ITi
slabia, ail iwj i hal aad Bt nwl . ,Tr
iif ro., .rrAi5rnaft
To Lat.
"bT-l-a
ShJmmmt -to rapw. flaw
"laitf an snadkanw i
AXl RBCaaf LdtTWwn SAfTwTXAwwlAalt A
PUkiaa, towwabto aaZaXww-aaTT!r.
or was aim i lllpnwa. rac aa aatwwasa.
a aaawaraaf tsa7 SJ aT GlmT
Columbia River
i i aa

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