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netihtxl that voinae thirteen comtiioocv with
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tiorts an- pavat-te in advance, at
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office a receipt for the amount paid. Those
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mail to any (tart cf the world, on prepayment
of the annual subscription anxl pcist-apr.
Address H. M. Whitskt,
Publisher Hawaiian liaxettc.
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L. KsiEHOSVA. Governor of keel
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for the Island or AUu-
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Jft IHl Hill SJi4 Owsaa as Ua. eaa far ski Ski ef '
aesaelit lai fa n t wmaatairlaai twswwak. aa;
Ikr Cwmaawaaaa wsnwuwo. to vat: tbe aaaad f Hawaii '
sbeatxw artkk. IWuc teaaiAt a cirltof th MaaKl !
as - asXTafi ,iaaasi mi Mxfwx liualk.
H. A. r. CAXTEJL i
AX ISrDKTKXDKXT JOVtSAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PL'BUSBKli AM BDITKn BY
HEXKY M. WIUTNKV.
or of it? AlkaAaal
Frkraarj lata. nrr. at R o'clock
tar kkk iU piia of taw foUoarloa- uo-
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j. jeoTT rotrrn
Qcktrr of uk Interior
or ookr. J unary W. ItTT.
WEDXESDAl'. JAXL'AKr 31, 1?T7.
An official notice anmvuncee the resiirnatioii
of Chief Justice Allen, Had the appointment
of Hon. C. 0. Harris as hi successor. Justice
Jodd is promoted to the office of first associate,
and Mr. Lawreucv McCully is appointed Sec
oral associate justioo. Mr. Allen will proceed
to Washinjrton in the oatgoin! mail steamer,
and occupy the position of Hawaiian Minister
Resident there. The speeches ami resolutions
which we publish elsewhere indicate the
great respeot in which he is herd by his asso
ciate judges, the members of the bar, and
officers of liie Supreme Court, of which lr has
been presi-iinj: officer since the death of Judpe
Lee, twentv rears airo. The sentinietits there
expressed are shared in by every one in the
community, and both foreigners and natives
feel under marry obligations to one wh o has
done so much to make the name of Hawaii
honored and respected abroad. The two
volumes of Reports of decisions of the Supreme
Court, many of which were delivered by Judge
Alien, hare given the Hawaiian Court a repu
tation abroad, of which we may be proud.
These decisions have been referred to and
quoted by judges in both England and Ame
rica, and legal men in both countries have
expressed admiration with their soundness
and justice. We trust that the new bench will
only add to the fame of Hawaii, and that when
each member retires, it may be with the re
spect, love and veneration which Chief Justice
Allen carries with him.
"The Consular Corps," which was responded
to by Mr. Schaefer, the Consul for Italy. At
His Majesty's suggest- the ladies were
toasted, after which the company adjourned
to the reception rooms. Daring the whole of
the evening th- Royal Band played a choice
selection of music. Mr. Herbert, of the Ha
waiian Hotel, was much praised for the excel
lence of the dinner and its appointments.
I'iircit.-ll .MrH-tiMfi r Hi Honor,
Chief Ju.lior Allra with the
On Saturday last, at 13 o'clock oon, in
Compliance with the previously expressed de
sire of the Cltief Justice, the DK-mbers of the
Bar in this city met in the hall of the Supreme
Court at Aliiolaui House, for the purpose of
listening to his farewell on the occasion of his
taking leave of his official duties in this King
dom. His Majesty the King honored the oc
casion with his presence, and was seated on
tlic dais with the Justices of the Supreme
Court, by the side o the Chancellor. There
were also present the King's Ministers, and
an audience of fifty or sixty spectators, in
cluding a number of ladies.
Alter the Justices of the Court had taken
their seats, the Attorney General said :
Mar it fleAM tbo Cart aaJ Your Hoaor Chief
Jaftiee Allen. A fc tiars rinee it wu iatimauU l
the members of the Bar that Ton wcaal take learo of
I Ilia to-da jr. They aeeoniiiiflr met together, and
adapted certain neolattons toteoieu to exprer. m a
few sib pie sronis. their regret at your approaching
departnre, and their appreciation of your eminent
services as Chiaf Jastic And Chaiwellor King
dom. At the reqaeet of my brethren of the Bar. I now
prevent the reflations and ask lease to read then :
To the Honorable Eluha I. Allen . Chief Jetties of
the Saprame Court of the Hawaiian IsUnds And
ChaneelW of the Kingdom.
The members of tb HatraitAu Bar baring beard
that it is the inteatien of vosjr Honor to resign the
honorable poeitioa which roe, have held for o many
Tea it as the bead of the JaJieiarr lepartmen: of
this Kwgd-m. met at the ottow o: toe Attorney
General this day ssbea it was
III H. XaS-sjW ti. Eiax - ooin-.JaLr. E.
Kae . Mueeettar oT Taaa in place of Uk Sx. P. !
PaAJasseArv 4. ISTT. Cm '
ti ISawerW. L. M-
tern; tar tta aecc;! Jutictal DtKrsrt, tc psnce of
1 SX. Ka. itli reawnec.
J. At UTT sklTH.
kuuatcr of the Interior.
,Jsm.t, irrv a
by J. W.
of lb fo..owiag tiererasasmt
name eg Bskmkksk. district of Hilo,
m a: KaaaIa. in Pan. Hawaii,
M4 aeree. for(lM).
on;. C. H. Parker.
W. M. tribeon. for tl.lM.
-ekssee of land on Xanana Road, adjoining the
d km, ka!f saw mere or ism. by H. Scare ir.
asaaoa mi lasad c Xaaaaa Road, opposite reei
of J. B. Wood. acne, for $32S.M. by J.
Lam o.' Le'.ef-AiA, .V.ac i. IV. A:.-vf, br 5.
r i - . jim.s.
mm iama m Waiktsu, by galea ialn for i for 1
st PakkA. WaikJki aka. A. ,'acger. IM.
- at KalaceLAhsa Pmu. H. X. the King. Not.
is, u STc. ITS to 3ti. JiJ. for !.
i. Goats. AeU No, Ua.lM, UT. ICS. 1ST, 16S.
9km, isu 5 XX. 105. M7, for $.
: Fwkaw. o: N . f
.akosi. us. izv. ih, ino, jw
i a: Uus
e? Hota: .
, be Dr. 0
f OoeXA.a AiAialAk. Makakiapa, PacoAbela.
aa. tahaiha. let akd lad. for IS Tears, tKX
Lao.ii of PaApAa'.oa. 1st and lad
And 2nd. Kihiian: 1st and 2nd, for
U - yarsmrm.
land lyiag beta
land of K SA.tiki , Kan
aa. 1 astd 2 HssassraaAae, Mac:, by Dr. F. H.
sat a co. par acre, or scaae for 2v
Tus question of steam or no steam between
this port and San Francisco very naturally
attracts the attention of the public, as even a
temporary interruption of it would prove an
inconvenience, especially to travelers. We do
not believe that we shall be left without steam
service of some kind ; but those who think
that there are firms in San Francisco ready to
! step in and serve our wants, are very much
mistakes. No parties in that port or elsewhere
will establish steam service with us for double
or eren treble the sum for which the wealthy
Pacific Mail Corporation offers to do it. They
possess the means to serve us, and all that
they ask is our co-operation. This granted,
they stand ready (if we are rightly informed)
to furnish additional passeiiger and freighting
accommodation, such as a smaller supplemen
tal steamer to make regular monthly trips,
alternately with the through steamers, thus
supplying us with semi-monthly steam coin
mucicaliou with San Francisco. Viewed in ;
the light of political economy, we think now,
as we hare thought for years, that the ser
vice ought to be compensated by the Hawaiian
Government with the moderate sum asked for.
This was our position in lot 5, as will be seen
from the following paragraph taken from an
article then published :
" Regurdiojr a subsidy, we hare always favored
giving a tmali oue, because e consider it only
juit. Bat as ocr irorernacot is not s wealthy oue,
and its aktbm income is only a little over four hun
dred thousand dollars per Annum, it has to study
and practice strict economy. In comparison to its
Ability, it is exoerons In tills matter. With a de
sire to cocoa rage steam enterprises, it gives free
coal and storage for coal, free docks, water, wharf
age, storage of produce for steamers, and has erect
cc expensive warehouses and pier, solely to accom
modAte the trans-Pacific steam lines. The use of
si! ttese, ad libitum, is freelj given, at all times,
and to the exciaaioc of all others. The time occu
pied in port ben Deed sot exceed twelve hours, if
this rn'.c Is on re adopted."
Tomt fjte member, of the ITAwaikn Bar.
receive wrtn deep teettng the announcement of trie
reureaaem of the Honorable Klklat H A wen, the Chief
Jstttov and Chancellor of this Kiagdom.
That w, bee to tender oar sitter arkuowleda-oient
for ike nnlfurm conrlej arrl LumImcws which we bare
rmreUed from Ha Honor oerroor te perAMk w hare
each had the ttonos to p actkv before him.
That we coagratuiAte has llouor Must upon hb retiring
from Use Beach, b- win leave with the repalAlioii of
havtac alwajra ausuuueA ha darnuv. .i J uiat his ajiulnta
inauou of tne law durum a perioU of oeartr tweutv years
uoa secared the geueral ,i,ullrD.
That U parting with Uis Hoeer we ore coaariu of the
loss - he countr will sustain, bat oar regret is lishtened
by tbe kwowleds Ulat ho will atoi be ubJ to the punltlon
be will aoon occupy to foTther Use Interests and welfare- of
this kingdom. In which pwe-don be will carry with him
the sincere wishes of OS aU for hk health happiness Aud
jruU by all members of the Bar.
W. C. Joxts, ' ' .0.11 .-
I - oi Jan. ts. tsn.
The Hawaiian members of tbe Bat also prepared re
solutions of like tenor ia their own language which
are adopted by the Bar, and which I shall ask lease
for Mr. I'aauoa to reAd. Before moring to file these
resolutions. I here the honor And the pleasare, at
Attorney tleaeral, to aay that iii majesty's tiorern
ment, whife yea have presided orer tbe department
of tkc Jadiciary, hare always reposed eon bbbbH in
yoar wisdom and discretion, and hare felt assured
that the fountain of justice would remain pare, that
the idmioistratioo of ibe law would be free front ra
protofh for partiality, prejudice or departnre from
sound principle or welt founded precedent; and that I rie should make me indiscreet and CAase me
tbe kauor And dignity or this nign tribunal would
sacred! be guarded. Ia saying this. I am conn
dent that I express tbe feeling entertained by the
succestreadDBioUtratioos during the period of nearly
twenty years in which yoa hare held this position.
I will further say, that this personal regard for
The motion was seconded by Mr. Dole, who
Mat it r-.atst roc a H . : Ik aaeoadiag lb
motive to place apoa tbe records of IbU court tbe
reawJstioss which tbe Bar bs t Iferedto year Honor,
and which I moet eordially do, I cannot neglect
this opportunity of eipressiag to ysa my personal
sense of appreciation of lb rata of yemr character
and Bast olfieul serrves to the e -untry aad to this
eoart. My own practice here coven eight years of
your adnsinistration of jastice. and I eaa never for
get the uniform and prominent evwrteey which has
ever distinguished your intere urte with the members
of the Bar. aad whieb has often brew so gratea I aad
earouragtar to beginners in the difficult study and
praotice of the law.
if lomo of ear camber bar at times emrt too
impatient ef occasional absences of your Honor,
which yon aad the government deemed necessary to
tbe public wolfar. I ask you sew to remember that
sach a feeling proceeded from their sons of the
possible damage which the community might be
liable to from men lb temporary lost of your
presence and experieoc.
For myself, ia view of yoar resignation of tb
high and inairiaat office of Chancellor of the Kmc
dom and Chief Justice f this Coart. I feel that the
country roeot much in the lost to ibe touch of your
dignity, cwurlosy. exswrienc aad firm aad abiding
twos of impartial ja.-lo.-e-
Pcrmit me now. lor nay brethren end in my own
behalf, to bid yoa hearty and frtaodly farewell .
accompanied with oar warm wishes that yoa may
ho a peweperoM and happy life in the new line ef
public service. . which oar coontry is ttill fortunate
in eojoyiag your assistance.
Mr. Barnard, the First Clerk of the Court,
then read, in behalf of its officers, the follow
ing address :
To the Uonorabl K isba tl. All. Chief Ja-tiee of
the Suprwm Coart and Chancellor of the
We th aadersigad. being officers of the Supreme
Court, bag to tender le your Honor ear regrets at
your contemplated resignation of the position of
Chief Justic of th Mipram Coart and Chaaewllor
of th Kingdom, and at your departure from theso
in doing to, we would state, that during the many
year; tbAi yoar Uosoc has sat apoa tb bncb, we
here crcr axporieuoeil tb most uniform kindness at
your hands, aad that wher ar done- bar been
arduous and pressing, as they sometimes hare been,
ther have bswa lightened of half their burden, and
Bod pling to serf arm, from the suavity ot
manner in which yiar Honor s instructions hare
been delivered. v
We trust that in yoar rstiromeat from the bench,
you may lira many years to rer resent ibe Hawaiian
Kingdom at the Court of Washington, and in yoar
capacity of Minister, still eoatinue to render valua
ble sen tee to tb Hawaiian Government.
Altkoagh separated by distance, wo trast yoa will
boAT in remembrance tbe Court, over whh you have
so long preside.!, with a lirely interest in its future
proceedings. And sometimes condescend thought to
the officers of that Court, who though humble instru
ment, hare nvrtb!s, thy trust, boon faithful
ia the disebargv of the dt,e imposed upon them at
your Honor's hands.
With the higae-t raspoet, we beg to subscribe our
selvos your most obedient servants.
W. C. Paba-c. MArabAl.
Jso. S. BaaiASD, Clerk.
W. L. Wilc .x, Interpreter.
DlVIO DAVToe, Dept. .Marshal.
Uonolala, Ilawatiao Ittandt. 27th Jan. 1877.
Mr. Preston moved that the above document
be placed on file among the proceedings of tho
Court, which motion was seconded by Mr.
His Honor Mr. Harris, First Associate Jus
tice, descending from his seal, spoke as fol
JcrsGB Ali.es : It may seem strange to yon to see
me speak from notes to-der , but I cannot trust my
self to speak otherwise, lesi the fast coming nemo
high character and discreet judgment has, in
my opinion, beec sbAreu by the diplomatic end con
sular representatives of foreign countries residing
here, and also by the Coontry at lATg.
And as a member of th Bar, for myself And my
brethren of the Bar. and for the officers of the Court,
I beg to say that your aniform courtesy to as And
the wise consideration which you hare always gives
to our reasonable requests, has gone far to alleviate
tbe labors of our profession, and to keep before as
' the gladsome light of jurisprudence, " as something
to be sought after as aa aid for investigatiog legal
truth, not as a beacon to be shunned. It is son. e
times no light task in the excitement and keen inter
est of trials, to rule the law in such manner as to
avoid even the impression of unfairness, prejudice r
undue consideration, andyoar eminent success in this
regard, has served to soften the asperities, to allay
the heart burnings and lighten the disappointments
so often incident to the active practice of law. I am
sure yoa will always reflect with pleasure upon th
assurance which we beg to offer you. that during all
yoar admioistrAtion of the law. no harsh word or
unkind act of yours ever remained to ranki in tb
mind of any member of your Coart.
Allow me finally to refer to the obligation imposed
by Magna Charter on tbe Sovereigns of England and
through tbers on their justices. " Anil's' rendessus,
aeiii neoaoiattu rci difirvmuu reeraai was yasliliaas .'"
To none shall we sell, to none deny or delay right or
justice. These are words which I hope may some
day b placed with your portrait AS a souvenir in this
room, fitting companion! to th words. fiat jus
occupy more time than would be reasonable on such
It is now twenty Mva years (come next August),
since we first became sacquainted. Yon were then
be could aot forget tb troublous times of tb riot of
I'M. rboe several thousand sesaa had p"Sssla
of tb town, and whsa Jade Allen, tka V. 3.
Coasal. was eonsp.ouoat in his srarts to quell lb
" II was aa jtrrsly gratifying fact that during
His Honor's ineuabtmey of th positha of Chief
Justice, tb character f our Supreme Court bad
stood high abroad. Severs! eatss had boon Irisd,
involving tb rights of subjects of foreign govern
ments, wherein th derisions of oar Court, when
rrfrrd to and reviewed by the law officers ef Ihoe
fovernmtnts, had been fully sustained. Tab) was
certainly something for a small and weak govern
ment lo be proud ot, and we owed It to tb Supreme
Court with Chief Jnstiee Allen at its hd.'
Chief Justice Allen replied us follow:
lientleaen taf tbe Bat, And, (Addreasing His Ma
j- '.v the King! I am most happy. Sire, to include
Yo in Ibis bouorablc fraternity. I thank your Ma
jesty for tbe honor conferred upon the Coart, and th
Bar. by your Royal presence on Ibis occasion.
I return yoa. Unl!men. my most cordial thanks
for this expression ol approval of the manner in
which I have discharged the duties of Chief Justice
of this Court. When one knows that he has tried to
do his duty with fidelity and hoaor, 1 am frank to
say. that it is gratifiing lo bar this assurance from
those who have bail Ibe best meaaa of jadging oor
rectiy. For your ciprauion of personal regard I
thank yon. and I reciprocate it with all my heart,
aad if I hare as Intimalod by oa of th members
in his address given confidence to any on la Ibe
profoasion, aad especially lo th young, in the dis
charge or his dwlios, I aiw happy that it is so.
The ussuoialioa of tb Hawaiian mambars of th
B-vr with the foreign is always cordial, and it ano
ther illnttration of the happy relations existing be
tween different nationalities hero. The address of
th Hawaiian member so expressive of confidence
and nfiecliouat regard, and gin ia tb peculiarly
pathetic style of his nation, was very tooehiag to my
sympathies. I wih they coald enjoy iheadvantage
of the English language, so that they could nnprov
in tbe study of the law. They need access to the great
fountains of legal learning.
It will bo iweaty years next Jan since I entered
upon this responsible duly, and it is a pleasure to
m to recall to your reoollsetiua th administration
of my distinguished prodeoessor. Chief Justioe 1st,
which was always distinguished for ability and
My associates were Mr. Justice Robertson and Mr.
Jastice Ii ; and oa the rsasisraatiun of th latter, Mr.
LiavU soeooeded. Tbeee gealWuaew rendered most
valuable service in th business of Ih Court. All
of them have passed aw Ay from tb scon of earth.
an i nave appeared before th ureal Tribunal of Jas
tice end Mercy.
These f scencits were supplied by other highly ao
eoiupiished and competent persons, all of whom have
resigned to enter into practice of the profession, or to
enjoy the advantages of prirala enterprise.
1 can bur cheerful tostimony to tbe high ebaraoKr
which alt my associates sustained, and the Hawaiian
Heports are s permanent record of their learning
and devotion to their duties. Their vacancies were
supplied by my present must highly etleetael and
In rriwing this long period of juJieiel esrvioe. it
is a source ol great satisfaction that the relations of
th Court nd th liar hv boa uniformly ol a
character so courteous and considerate, and so well
calculated to promote an impartial investigation and
adjudication ul the oaaes preseute i There will b ia
Court at times animated discussiun between members
of the Bar, in the management of a case ; but in all
these conflicts for so many years there has been the
most uniform respect aad good will shown to th
Court, and uence tho relationship has uniformly been
of the most cordial and respectful character, and Ibis
willevar hp among the most pleasAnt reminiscences of
It is only by on impartial, careful, aad iotolli
gent administration of the law that th rights of tb
Government and people can he protected and secured,
and to attain this great obj-ct it is necessary to have
a Bar eminent for lenruiug, and high moral charac
ter. Indeed, io Ibe absence of such judicial aid, it
is fully illustrated by history, natiuns will make but
little progress iu tbe highest degree of civiliiatiou ur
oreu in material prosperity.
The Bar is of groat aid to tbe Court, and Indeed it
laws OAnnot be adtuiuialered with that sure and accu
rate judgment without tbo arguments of able advo
cates for both panics. Tho reputation of tho Court
is intimately allied with that of the Bar. Th pro-
For Portland. Oregon.
l ilt'. FAST BstlLt.VII hsAHK KNtTIs k
Jane A. Falkinburg,
III II li t HT. Master.
Foe IvwArht nd
re apply so
CAKrLIS . CIXIKK. Asrrnuv
For Portland. Oregon.
Tne Sue ItrltUh Iron "hip
r o xr xx to zr ,
Will aallfor t he n bo ve port in a few days
aaT- Kressbl al low rai, -c -a
Sit Apply toTIIKa II. UAVIK.O. Agent.
UI PRUI col' Br
TT i.a.vim. Inweaasea. Inns
Taausk Skssag, lot of Morsoiasn.
C luunhrr. IseSire Ills Hon, A. f.
Julc. imlrrofnoureof (
mmnm, aaaawewwws aesw wiww sswwrwswowo nv siop.i ir
IHi remllng asm rll Insx irs KUUui sow! .ir. mt Tssswm
lis, t e.titi.r of th-t will o TotAwsj Mnag, ks tfll s
lain. (Who, iltnaasit, wherein ho a aa to a . K
a.?, and c
orsler WA rse iwsale of iltstrkaHaa sjf Ob waaWLIU
aialiitng In his hatism to Ike perwusia thereto ltsX
,lb harsiliut him sant hw ureke frvsm all ranker "o
Pacific Mail Steamship Co's San Frneisco,
Australia and Hew Zealand Line
THE IrLtlUHD HTKAJtaUIV
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, H.S. W.
ltniirtlnc t Km ii"! with (mpwUi 'M .unr ttr
All'KUNU. X. . li T. V I'll AIM Kii. ami int,-rtnlt.
On or about the 6th of Feb.
For Pteuthtansl raMaasr. ansl rnrtber Infbrnaatloii, apply
to IJASI It. HACti.FKI.I sa CO. . Am.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co's San Francisco,
Australia and Hew Zealand Line.
THE M I llrsDID NTEAJtHHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR SIN FRANCISCO
On or about Jan. 3 I st.
Por Frvlghl and tins ie. or any rurtlter infbrniAtlon,
apply to ;S7I1 U. HACKFKI.Lls.tO.. AgeutA.
itinlsihia In hi, hand lo lb per
from all farther t
stbllllo' mm stieU etentw.
tl ia oruVrnl. that KUIDAY. Ike Zkl WAT eT sB"VA
KT. A. II. lOTT, as ten ..'. sr t. . hoSksr Ih sssm Jaw
's al i unto Ih rs, us Ibe Coon llootsa,
11. 1 lb. aana. Iirieb k epavwnied sat tb
tor lioamm wuc ueutauasa ansl srn.
oia Intel i alod nan turn aaw tbere i
ctusee. If any th.y ware, why tb was skawsm aw to
granted, aust may preoent aviifenr a to wao are iqkklS
k, the BwM property. Inst ihat UHaoruVr. la tb akaaBak
ao.1 llwloui T - f - ' -- r TTll aasi II
toll.- an. I AUoau
lloii.tiniu. f three sorrsrwat wwA iistvtom aa lAwt l
therein appoints U Air aakl bsorlBg.
Daul al HooolaJv, It. I .ibk rj.1 day Jasswssry. A. O lerr.
. rka.Xt IS JCIIta.
JwaUe r Its. rtqsar Ciiwsl
Jro. k lUnwaan, ctrh of lb r i i town
Lyi rBKai: vax irr r run iiiwaiiax
UVMlea, Inpeotol. lahuid ofOabw. Ilawaawo 1 ,.
lanilA in tne manor or me fu,t. ,r j.,hn
rs-tu,-.!. orster apnoiuAwa tkoe lb gril.lt as wnm aaw)
Jlrvs-tln imntl. t..tii of ii..tw t th. wins.
llllanis- derraaest. havtaa ok Ik Sruwar mt J
l. WTT.toeii prrtwrned to waM prwbaie wart, aswt
n ps-litkHi for tho I
tessera tssmsotarT to at irk t 1
h.-eit 01,-1 soi.1 Mark t !oten,n.
ii i. nrn-nv xniemi. inai stun V. in stvleewtb .sav
ol KhlHKt AUV. A. II. 1st. at 10 o'rSur. a. W..blway
al Ih.-J ..on It.. tin uf wod ( uort. al llaiHUaha. to WWW tbo
wtlne Is.hHrrhy ipottt,sl IO tins, for 1
anst h. -anus: waad appliratkin when and where aay p
Interroted may appeor and conleel I to swsrt wwl aaw
Kntiir.im ,, i.insra leMjuneutor.
II k rnrtber oevloreil. Utot aasttro Ibwu.f to (Ives, by
poblk-wuou for three wacrwasar wswto, bs Ik ssstavasawm
t saxe lie a n.wapaper urlniod aad pahlkhsil as Tlmbilala
And II la further ordered, that i In Mass ha tossed tsy ato
utwrruy.asi wttm win so mtd wul. assd to Ik I i ,J tkw
tssatwtor In 1 1 omU.lw, to stwnir .1 lb thko astpnliits J
toned Uostotnlw, u. L, Ja.ir Sard ISTT
A. rKAJH i JtiUO,
Allesl: Jtsataco ,.f tto Soprraa. Coort
Jso. ss. HAtusiait. i ura.
r.tn.ul f,,r th. I',, .l St.te. ..! T .. ...... .. 1 tOStlOU Of the UW Will Uot rSd!t OllOb 1U A fortOUO.
the vesisl on which I came it was with yoa, that mv I Jas higher purpos than pcrsoual aggrandiseioeul.
wis no- i wiwwwia um, , r,tui, is to suouru too riguts ot a
MAKI H t.V r.
t I I MASTKSt.
Janaiirv 2stu, ilonoAy, " r t
Kehruary Jth. kondav. IPX,
February tit Si. Tnceday, S P hi.
February lath. Moostay, A P At.
March illi, Mniiday, J P M ...
March Uth. Monday, S PH....
March Uth. Monday. IPX...
March '.Sin, Mi..!..., . r M
rfwlUwill and Circuit of
On all Wlntlwanl Trips th Htramrr will Irav her wharf
at I ; all tripa to KauaI, will leave A 4 r. at. On down
trips tile SsUouaicr will not leave aTaawalba before 10 a. h.,
alskesia aa per uoUoe on up trip, Alaalaso Bay wot before
7 a. at. Any change from the above will be advertised,
out- Ma milt lor I'isishi; Masury.
Tickets at the ottlev only .
No Its-rill will bo conaklrd aa token until paid tea. Mm
responsible fur unmarked liAggage or any Freight or lar
cvls unless resrlptesl for.
Freight Honey Das an Demand.
ksT" An erTort wilt bo instdo to bave I he Hteamer reach
Honolulu on th evening of the same day ah leaves Manl
-SAMI KI. (1. WILUKIl. Agent.
Omce with Wilder Ax Co.. corner of Fort .t Qun Htrta
first business, on landing on these shores
eessarilr transacteii. It was at your house, situated
where ibe hotel no stands, that I met the first sooial
gathering in this town, aad from Ihat time to this,
oar association ha.- been frequent, and for most ol
the time, intimate.
It is now twenty years since you succeeded the late
Judge Lee, as Chisf Jastice. For a long period of
that time I was a p-actitiuner in my private capacity,
and as a public prosecutor. It has befallen us.
therefor, to make many circuits together, and I re
member with pleasure, tb long rides from Waimea
to Hilo, when each term on the Island of Hawaii was
divided between those distant points. For three
years I hav been yoar associate upon this bench.
During snore than thirteen yeai ., we have been asso
ciated in the councils ef the natiou. I was one of
your successors ia the Office of Minister of Finance ;
and whilst I was a member in my ditTereat capacities
of the Cabinet of Katnehaineha V., we have always
co-operated together for tbe public benefit, and there
bos been between as a remarkable uoaoimity of view
on tbe objects to be pursued aad tbe means of attAin
When I look around me aad observe that among
those who were laboring in this Court, when I com
menced to practice, there is none now left, no, not
one . and that many re who hare joined us since,
hare gone to the silent land : and now, yon tell me
that you are going to leave as will any one won
der, that I feel that the last link is about to be brok
en, which connects me with tbe generation with
which we bave acted, and for which we have labor 1
titia." upon yonder portrait of yoar predecessor the that I am hereafter to be looked upon as by far tbe
. baas of WoAmaau
asaal sf Wasatas, Koiaa. Jtaai.
taf Obi I years. Hi par an
as for rsarahaa or iaase of trorcrcmeBt
u this waVw most specify tb ana a
aawaskwAAssas arc oa its is tais omce.
for Boad t-apervitor of the dis
hy I. aalakauihi.
mi Has Kx U Mia otter of Interior,
C. I. ucuca. Chvof Clerk,
mm. Jaawary t. ItTTT. 6X6
.bsc Expiring In J lata u a r a .
aoa. Emm B- a iibsk
. . wmaatsttkaam. nai, ostidwto
. aowa s AJXwsta. Kaawswa. kiaitoap An
toA oat gkfc aTAkg a?'
B la sskt. jakstot x OsCkstwa. hlssa. Haas
w WSKM JStf g
. a t atslaaii i dljlmcorwwr tsoms aad Fort .
i Aaam, Vonok.
w, a saal SX Fxarntra. S I St
m aps as. a i w
rr - . - - y3-
ItB ' I -AT I amtmMmampJUs
T"""' ' r" UaTAAU.
aw r Silas nataara. Kwa.
C ' " ' nil in
1 SswaK '""rkwasssT sawvL1
S i nmt sTowka.aa IsSaaxtaiii.
W 2-3 r l .11 1. Htwa. Bawaa.
Jf ' 2tlJkaws.
wattSAWt, Wosksko, Oaka.
His Extotrllenc' the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs and Mr- Carter : His M .
the Diplomatic Corps, and a number ofdis
tingnisheil goeetos at dinner, at the Hawaiian
Hotel, on the evening of the 25th inst. There
were present :
Hit Haiesty tbe King,
11 R H Prince Lelciohokn,
M. R H. rTincrrs Llkelike (Teirborn,
Hi Ex. tbe B. 8. HtoiMer Rceidect.
H. B M Commmeioacr and Consnl-Gcneral.
The CocabI and Commioeioner of France and Mrs.
His Honor the Chief Jastice and Chancellor,
Jastic Jodd and Mrs. Jadd.
The HiBitUr of Interior and Mrs. Smith,
Tbe Minister of K .nance.
The Attorney General and Mrs. Hart well.
The Governor of Onbo,
Tbe President of the Lejrislitive Assembly,
Boo. Cbai. R. Bisio;- iad Mrs. Bishop,
Hob. A. g. Ufcora:
Hon. W. L Green,
Tbe Cooanl for Beiglsm aad the SetberlAnds and
Tbe Coosal for Italy,
Tbe Coosal for Grrmacy asd Mrs. Glade
Tbe Consul for Chile,
Tbe AcUtig-Csaosvul of the C cited States acd Mrs.
H- B. H i V ice-Co oaal and Mrs. Darics,
Gesycral Greer. C. S. Army,
Genera! IdcoUs, tX 8. Army,
General Myer, C. 8. Army,
Commander Long, K. N.
PayiBAttcr B Arris, C. 8. S., and Hra. Harris,
Captain WimtimkotT of H. lap. hnsav M e ship
jteateoant Com. Glass. C. S. S. and Mrs. Gl,
CoL W. F. Alien and Krv Allen,
Mr. cWrgraat Slceh,
MsssJsaiei 8. G. Wilder and P. C Jones, and
Mine Dickson, May, Ellis, and Brick wood.
Two reception rooms were prepared tor the
occasion, axi the diniseT was served in Oehlhaf
fen's best atj-le. The toilets of tike ladies were
very elegant, and the rjinfcnM of the army,
navy, and stiff officers combined to give a
cry brilliant eaect to the party which sat
down a little alter six. Each getadeasan hav
ing recx-ived a plan of the table on which his
place waa marked, with a card giving the
aaavs at the lady he was expected to escort,
no iofMkaa uoctuied in the meting of so
many ga Lasts.
sit half-past nine His Excellency the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs prnposed the first toast,
''Their Majesties," which waa respoaded to
by (be Whole company staging. The next
toast, "The IsnloBatic Reprentatires ac
credited to Hit aety," wag resfwaled to
by His Ex. the Coitcrd States Minister Resi
dent, who prupcased His Majesty's Ministers."
The AUorney General rratiriTSsAtr!. aad toaaW
His Honor the Chief Jsistice, who made a very
jsleasinf speech, all tiding to his expected de-
paortnre from the coontTT. His Excellency,
the host, then gave the Uaird regniar toast,
distinguished Chief Justice Lee.
As Ik shadows from tbe kills tall longer in yoar
joaraey of life, no consolation, as it seems to me,
will be sweeter to yoar mind than tbe consciousness
that you faithfully have observed that pledge, that
" to qo man bare yoa sold, to dob bar yoa denied
or delayed legal riguts-"
I ask leave for Mr. Caatuia to read the Hawaiian
The resolutions drawn np by the Hawaiian
members of the Bar were read by Mr. Cnanna,
accompanied by a few words, which were in
terpreted by the Court Interpreter, Mr. Wilcox,
and which we regret that our limited space
will not permit as to publish. The motion to
enter the resolutions of the Bar on the records
of the Court, was made by Mr. McCnlly, who
spoke in substance as follows :
Yoca Hosoa I hare been deputed by my breth
ren of tb Bar to Address yoa as the senior member
bow ia practice, my license dating in ISi9. That
character and this occasion suggest retrospect. Th
retirement of the Chief Jastice of this Coart, after
a tenure of office exteadiBg over more than half tbe
Coart's existence makes what wo at ay call, a period or
epoch, with yourself who retire and with as who part
with yoa. My mind reverts to roar honored prede
cessor io office, who looks down from the canvass oa
tbis assembly, and to yoar valued associates. Jus
tices Robertson, It and Davis I will not speak of
later associates now living, and to practitioners at
the bar. Bates, Blair, Montgomery, Barbattk, who
bave all passed away. We shall indeed have with
as after yoar departure several who connect as with
the past time I speak of ; the Marshal of th King
dom, sad Mr. Barnard the Clerk of tb Coart, both
of them most acceptably holding their present offices
from a time prior to yoar n ees ii in to the bench , and
the First Associate Justice, then, aad with some in
terval la office a leading practitioner or lb pablic
prosecutor, yet will yoar withdrawal from lb Court
sad the coontry break a principal link. So It is,
that tie frwaait is written on all mundane affair,,
aad every human reiAOoo, however close aasi long
ontinued mart coma t its sad. though happily not
ia oar ease by that event which sorely awaits sail of
as, only by yoar future nislganqi abroad.
At year secession to tb bench we had this Coart
as at praauat organised, we bad oar penal cod, the
civil cod W xaj-g, saawi tb oailtion which form the
first rsalame of Hawaiian Reports. Her was a
fhsstnUiia for jarisprsdeae brood enough for the
oat aad rasxny bum upon, it was under roar pre
stdency. to contua this work wisely and safely. Tbe
situation was a peculiar one. We were not colonists
bringing to a vacant a eonqaoretl sr a ded coun
try tbe common law and statues of a mother conn
try. This kingdom ever jealously guarded and pre
served its Autonomy. It reoeJred from a foreign
civilisation laws of foreign form, to be interpreted
aad applied by the learning of English aad Ameri
can authorities aad th Civil Law, aad yet with an
ottaerraatre of Hawaiian ideas aad rights. Th
Coart mast meet questions touching land teo
aras, irrigation aad tsWy rights, ot inheritance
aad adoption springing from a time prior to taar
riage laws, qtions af aeiicxey re-peeling tbe ju
risdiction it should take over alien residents and tbe
m arise of tb great powers of taw world, affecting
the discipline of ship aad the law of whaling in
terests, besides all the variety of litigation arising
In dvilaed states. It has bean yoar felicity, sir. ss
tbe Attorney General has said, to adjudicate these
ease apoa reasons which hare borne the tut of
foreign aad adverse criticism, aad likewi so as to
secure the entire confidence of oar own varied eom
otanity. Store sieesas, ha been with yow a land
ing maxim, ud yoa have never permitted your
self to disregard oar owa preeedert, lor to adopt
foreign rales without careful serutiay of their ataes
ts aar skaslroa. Aad ia all there colim yoa have
sisssiail a winning soartety towards tbo Bar aad
towards juries, wit tons sad parti whisk will ever
be rstkam bared ia tais Csjartv
Maah mar might be said, bat there are others to
spook. And now addressing myself to youi associ
ates setting with yon, I bare to more, as voted by
tb Bar. that a copy of th rtlalius rihjsh we hav
paosaasaa aa iaattai sussk, be atskaaul
lac swowris sf la Coart.
senior of say one connected with oar profession ia
this country : that ia fact to as a hackneyed quota
tion, bat on which by its exceeding appropriateness,
ob this occasioo, is saved from daflness, I shall
t Feel Ilk one
Who treat! s alone.
Some Hansjuet Hall deserted
Wbswe lisbla are tied
Whose gariantla dead,
And oil bat tie departed "
(turning to others). It is tree that I see about me,
friendly faces, but, gentlemen, my memory is busy
with tbe past, and I am not regarding tbe present.
Sir, during tbis time there bus been no eanse of
difference between as, and we part as we hare lived,
The best wish that I can otter for the nation is
thai wbo I may be called upon to retire likewise, I
may be able to look back opoa o administration of
justice as pare and blameless as that yoa now look
bxot upon. And permit me to add that tbe Hawaii
sb Report will be to yoa an enduring monument of
Tb best wish that I can utter for those about me
is, that they may continue to find me as urbane and
cordial as they and I bar found you ; tbe best hop
that I cac entertAin for myself is that there may be a
like feeling or cordiality and regret on the part or th
public, and of those doing business In the Coart,
when I pat off the harness.
Let me likewise entertain a hope, that under
less genial skies, you in thinking over yoar resi
dence in these sunny islands, may take pleasure in
remembering oar past labours, as well as our past
enjoyments, whilst I shall cherish a hope of sometime
recalling those memories face to face.
For yourself. Sir, I take th liberty oi expressing
the hop that yoa will meet tbo who are near aad
dear to yoa, la oar native load ia renewed health,
and that they may coatinua a long time with yoa,
and yoa with list-ox ia health and prosperity. Aad
for those of yoar own family, whom yoa leawe behind,
that they may continue likewise in the fail enjoy
ment of the prosperity, which they bar so nil
earned and richly deterred, aad that yoa may be
cheered, for many yean to come, by glad tidings from
Oar friendl ben are aaoat to uk that yoa will be
pleased to sit for yoar portrait to be bang in this
Permit me and Mr. Jostle Jadd, (gentlemen of
the bar;, to join with yoa in soliciting and procuring
Sir, (to the Judge) I bar no doebt tire tight of it
will inspire as with patience. In many long and weary
trial, whilst it may likewise prompt, thai jut indig
nation, which is proper ia every magistrate, against
oppression and deceit ; sad will likewise inspire
saliaaati and deiiber ition ia the inqairy after troth
The following brief remarks were added by
Mr. Justice Jodd :
Ma. Cmir Jcsncs : I eaa add bat little to tbe
words of those who bave preeaaded me.
Tb sentiments of ben r sad respect .itt which I
regarded yoa when I was admitted to practice st
yoar Bar, bave beaoab strengthened daring th
twelve years that bar cine elapsed.
Tbe unvarying aonsideration with which yoa bar
treated my opinions in oar oonferenea daring oar
cioaa sstaaillkto oa tbis bench, bat kept me usared
that tha words af wtalow, with white, ya received
me here, ware sincere.
Aad aow, sir, a this brief period f compsoicm
sbip is aboat to be dosed, I beg yoa to accept my
earnest hope that happina, basalts aad sneoe may
ver attend yoa la the future.
His Majesty the King, who occupied a seat
by the side of Judge Allen, addressed the
native portion of the andience, and said in
" That very naturally me surprise weald b felt
at seeing one of bis position in th government p re
seat at, and taking an active part ia these proceed
ings between the members of tbe Bar aad the Beneb.
And yet ha might say that ha had UfJ right to be
there, twr some years ago be wu a lieannd eean
seilor aad attorney ef this Coart, sad b was careful
still lo preserve hi parchment, u a memento of
" Alluding to tas history of the put la Honoitila,
client in Courts of Justice. At the same time I think
our profession generally are eminent in their patriotic
dischargo of their duties to their country and their
It does not become tbo Court to refer to the man
ner of the dischargo of it duties to the subjects of the
Kingdom. But I may, perhaps, be pardoued fur re
ferring lo cues in which foreigners bave been x
clnsivtty partiu, and who bAvo had a tiual judgment
in this Court. In sumo of lhe,e tho diplouxali
agents bav alleged a donial of justice, and havo
referred tbe decisions of the Court to their owa
Government. In theso cases there baa been no ex
pression of disapproval by tho Goverumout represen
ted by these gentlemen. It is in questions of this
character that tbe Government is diroutly interested
in tbo administration uf the law, and in tbe reputa
tion and character of Ibe Court.
To my associates. I can truly say that I recipro
cate their kind expressions of regard, and especially
do I desire to make known to them my high appre
ciation of the faithful and able disoharge of the duliu
of ths Court duriug my protracted abseoce io tb
service of the Govoromeot abruad.
I bave lister. I to your Majesty's address with
great interest and satisfaction. 1 hare bad the plea
sure of yoar acqaaiolaoce from your young manhood,
and I am not surprised that yoa should hare ad
verted to some events of my official life, which tran
spired before oor Brethren at the Bar bad become
residents here, and especially wu I gratified by yoar
reference to some decisions of mine upon qaestioos
involving international discussiun. It is upon these
subjects that the Sovereign of a country must feel a
deep solicitude, u peace or war may remit from their
I shall ever cherish your kind weeds of approval.
In calling to mind the history of tha Bar, during
my official life, I am sadly imprcssod with tb fact
that there is not at tbis time in practice a single
lawyer who was then a member of tho Bar. Many
of those gentlemen wbo were members at that time
were highly accomplished in their profoasion.
I trust that the Bar will hereafter be more perma
nent, and believing, as I do, that this Kingdom is
destined to a prvtperons future, thoy, in common
with all others, ia different pursuits, will participate
in tbe advantage of iu pros-rets.
GaMTLkxM, I shall ever fael great interut in you
personally, u well as professionally, and in bidding
you farewell I can not avoid tbe expressioo of th
warm desire of my heart that yoa may live long and
happily, and that prosperity may accompany yoo In
the discbarge of the sacred duties of yoor profession.
Indeed, I may odd, that an honorable proftsss ionsl
career carries with it its own reward.
To Ike OJUert of fie CWl r
Ga.iTLEMBs, I am highly gratified to receive this
expression of regard from the Officers of tbe Coart.
Mr. Marshal, yoa bare performed tho duties of
yoar office during tbe many years of my judicial lifs
aod it gives ma great pleasure to bear testimony to
your fidelity and efficiency. At timet it hu been a
service of great responsibility, upecially when tbis
port iu the great resort of whaluhipt. Although
oar police force hu been small, yoa have generally
succeeded m preserving the peace. Fortunately,
you hare bad some faithful officers to aid yoa.
Mr. Clerk, I shall aver remember yoor great ser
vice to the Court daring tbe many years of oor inti
mate official relations, and yon most allow me to
express to yoo in parting th high appreciation I
always have bad of yoor fidelity, capacity, aod up
rightness In th discharge of all your dntiu.
And for yoa, Mr. Interpreter, I have an especial
Aloha. Ton are worthy of high commendation for
the accuracy and fidelity with which yoa bav dis
charged yoar duties.
Tbe Coart bu intimate relations with Its officers,
aad when they have been nniformly satisfactory and
agreeable, there must be strong mutual regret at tbe
And now, Ocntlcmea. I most bid yoa all farewell.
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TUB -t lli ion Kit
WUI have n.-.iiar dlnptch for Krinal. am afore, until
IWther notice, OtJ- Krelgut imiJ l-iitwnjrfcr Ukkit at tbe
LOW EOT l; i : -
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new 1-y coppered, ruid pat In la perfect order. .
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7ftTora.tltf.rrao2eiueDt4 csi. alwM
made Tor atortagt1 ami ihfpaeut of 00, Bone, v, . i. !'- u
iither M-rcnaoilwe to .iuw UsHirora, Uuauu, .New York and
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Merchandise rccoir, I Slorwa Kr m l'
liS-r-la.lt advauces ma.lo on shfuuitrnt, ts, this I in
oM-ly C BBBWKR A CO
sf tIBri IT ttllaT Of Till, MAW int., at.
Wv.' i-.irsin. am. su.iiclal I'tlrtrL In I
r Hawaii. Hawaiian IsUnsla.
tat of Juhn Avery rsrsuuioiis.
A I,. imiiit, purporting to 6 she ki aal aad kaSAV
m.uof John Avery swmmoa.. .tiiiaswil. kwvWax oa to.
SOtra star of Decssshwe. A- tX 1ST aw., aaawtj to waaS
totwA COort. ami a ptstlikwi for th.. (.roamx tit- m o mn&
for Uk- kwasauc of tetters linlaan.taij r Jtaka Majakt
havkia been Sled by aasd John Msatako.
l;..'-" "n,'Ti- ihwl "ATI atl.tr. toss ITS, waw mt
FKllKt AHY, A. D. ISTT. U I. o'esaeh, a ... oar wawtasay
at its 1-o.rt Heooa uf said t tturt, at K.pwan
Ks.naia. in Its laounl or Hawaii, be, aaw) raw wwk SA, I
"7 wwwwwawsw its ttiu lor prtivui wi.i
sni, i atiiiiu-alhiii worn and whr any
ton, .aip,-.r ami s-onis-Wf IO. wUU Will, a. Ik. tWstSSSS of
lltra I .stain.. vary.
It ss fit nit. r ordered, thai notice there; b greoa by
publk-aikMi. for three Hi nwal 1 1 wtma, to Ik iiwa.it t ail
Kooktwk ii. wsrw.pwrs priatasd aod p.'tlwa.J a tln.tt .
And It la forth, r ordered, tool llalk Is In i 1 t Us
wirwrHlNn. wlip, wssa to watd will, atsd lo lb bwlra wf taw
iMUtur, to appear aad coatwai its pteSAwa mt aats waa, aa
tb. time appointed.
Isalod North Kid-Ja, Hawaii. IT. 1. Janowrv "tb trr
t SIAIlSK- KItK I'K Kll k I i A HT.
SXT Jwslrs of lb nron C-owvt, sajsj. JwAortal T.WIIUI
tx t iiANHKMN. l uurr ji avutt. ask mm.
I IllL'IAL Uwstrtct. H.wsOao laluda. - , .
of Krv.l.rlt-a Wicb. of WaUak.. atsual - I
tsn rewallaa aad Olios lb. prutlnw of aire Buy Wstrt.
aaklng llial an admlaktrabar W appuiawd oa la tiakta
or br late liuabansl. Mr. Frwh-rtc-k Wrleb. of WssOaka
M ,01. 11. I., tl.rta.wa,
It ordered Itttsl I 111' ICS 1A V. lb Ua or rSoWttl av
ISTT, al 10 a. ... al lis. Coart hnaei.to WU.ka. be is
polutetl u th tin aad char for fwuxaa, las odd a.
Utton ami any onUs taana thai iu,.y fw . ar.i tbwresW, aost
ail par taws lulemlassl lkerua are bwrotar IH. I tosstsawja.
ABB. FlSltrt v.rtiaju
circuit J radar., tad JadsrwJ Dtatrki. tl. I.
f-afaalna, jAiuary istih.. 1st;. Sir- It
C IBS' (IT I ol HT. THIRD JIDIUAL BI.W,
THICT. In Pvbate. I. to marir og tk sk mg
sefjaatlaii fauna, let of Koaala A kaa, Hawaii. i isi I
Ua rradln and ItUoa lb p-Ura, i, asd Saal aam af
join,-. int. astmlnleirator or lb eesal of
Louies, iwi ot rsorio Kenans. Has sll.
in- L-o.ras-s itiois.ii vviin sort., assd e
f vioio and ask that th mm be approved, aad Sat mm
i ti.nft-tl from tb trust.
It la oruVrtd lhal HATCBJ1A Y, la lTtb. Jmy wf www.
... is. is,,,h tvitftici a., al kTasa
lions. North St. o rials, tlawast, b Ik tak aod
heartna said amtuul and plilon, vsven sll
.us, .swii i..i .u,.w osaaje. If any thwy bar, w t, tbw
saoa sboold nA b approvea.
Kotaula Akau, Hawaii. January Hlb. 1ST?.
CIIAKLKSM rKMKRIt'C nAsCT,
"-ai i iri-uil junse. Ihtrlju
ROBERT WILKES & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS A MANUFACTURER'S AOEKTS
iMPoarau and axruaTaasj or
American, English ft European
Supply to ooalert lb largest variety of tieoeral Mercbaa
dlaaogerod by any ONR UOUSR IN TUB WOULD.
Every Sealer should have a Catalogue from tbis
House a some goods in every line
i tttilalo! o
Ina No. MS I.
"aw rwwywS a
slcsd ,bau-,l atib
lo i'-i...lu.u. IL
ii, as.d tk .ppur
c. i.Usoiw I 11
All Staple Goods Sold Guaranteed
Toronto AS and SVO Toage street;
Montreal, 1(6 aod 1SS, McOlll street;
London, 80 queen Victoria street, C ;
Shotnekl Beaver Works.
Forwarding and dommltssoa Agency,
Otio-lyr NEW TOR a CITY.
Geiitleinen intending to Build
OB MAKE ABD1TIOMB, ALTER ATIOMk,
or repairs, wni la It to slaelr Interest to consult
with tb untleraigoed, who will supply ilesAgna. cotnblolias
Conveotwtacw and racoooray, wUJa tallabs Arcliitectaral
EmlscUlaliuaent, aud gaarraateed eellxisaAe of Coat.
E- OABXKY, IuternationAl HotasL
Skilled workmen Iu all dt poa-uneatn sent 1st any pert of
i.. mas. sis-am
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Vri IH IIKRKBY iilVU THAT PI It-
XV HL'ANT lo a pnwer of .-witaUil in a cvtMb
deed of uiortioace ilite. ista Jay of wtmm. A Ih. l7
nmde betweeu Kaoiirio. tk ml iatr oa part, aDi atMaas-.
Mpencer of rhe uthrr part, and rrrtrtled In Ut r j -n
T Hi.. I In t-v i:. a.u . t.i3V. i. h.iss.ju!-
to st-cure the pajmient oi fMW. Id om jrar, fuxn tmw aaw
tbert-of, with Interest, at the ratw, of M p r.ni mrr
TT iriAjru o-mrr uurua. m,
Mhl Diunmv, snd after the tune limitetl by Law to c
mi- twu uiurirj)atei prupt-rty to m mmta by
su iiuiiuiuiu, mr a iifat n ot li.-
the said ilvrvO, mi li pr uert itriiiat i
AH lhal cert-In pkTe or parcel of Lain! i
iioiinino. iHlanr ur(ai,u, sttMt
Uoysl i'-i. t N... (Mil. autJ I
lllniuotu .-1 KaaVtJulo. by Wn
Auguat, li5, and ri-eisrilrd u
IU of th. recorita Iu the Uesh
I. l ' -K-tlM r with the teneniei
tenaucea thereunto tH-itsjisintj.,
au 1 Lhta lS(h .lay of January. 1971
l. RICU I r. i.i K k.-' :i .
" - Attorney Ibr tlM mU rpiaati toprrxr.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
TV0??." ',:-' UIvK-t THAT PIR.
A.W SCANT lo a power of sat. I f li il 1 . tOaA
deed of inoruraffa dated Ua. tth day of Awssl, A. la. 1ST a,
mad beiwrrn tTaumlnml. (k)of th one part mil tin ithta
Speiieer of ih other part, rorod la user , sm imm
ZX, -JS4 aud SWA, u, th. Kktry USB, to Hiiustila. taat
cor. Ik. paymearof teo I. IW. yware. from tb tkst.
tlaerror, with lutrat aflrl Hie rat of an uas swsaA aar
month. Th tsakl Hlrahea apicr lot ad. to lorrckw.
taid mnrttrasr. and after Ua Hot BwHtrd by tow. taewaa
tb mon,.i.l property to b sold by swans sirs la
tsrvwew WS tb C
said ,sl. sucb properte llwfcaw
All thai certain pier or parrel af kuwl
luu. nan. H. I . and beloc lb swat ewavs-rw. a tmmmi.
uml, (ks by Klanaaou. ik by Cewd ibwl ik ohuy mt Joty.
IMS. and rrrovdesl Iu Ubr Is. ow ymmr 11 o taw swewwa.
t iu.ttSs tlieixia. and 111 spporb-i
isnii coittalnliik , i
run i. BBOW.t.
ATTORMXT AUD COClTSELLOH AT LAW.
Aad A treat Bar taking AckpialtSrkiali at Tlklnksals tor
the Island of Oaho.
o8 So. I Kaaimnana Street, Hoaoralo, H. I. ly
APOTHECART ASD DBU80I8T.
Corner Port and Hotel Streets, Heaolula, Oaho.
ST teec. op, avary Stolkrdky Rvsstlag. 0 jsy
PEB LATE AlsKIV W.S
The Kartbly Psrudlae. by William Morris I Tola.
Centennial History of In (tnlted Slate,
Principles of tb Revolution.
Health at Horn, by br. Hall,
Webater's Coontlng Hooae Inctlonary,
Tb Alan In tb alooo sod otlser feopl.
Five Works In a Balkan. Jul Verase,
Tat Prim M Inlater a novel.
Every Iky Topic, by Dr. Holland,
Seven Oaks, by Dr. Hollands.
Wit, Humor and rsaakeapesur.
Katbeniae. by Dr. Holland
The losoldaby lair-nd.
Flymoatb Collection Uyms and Tanas,
Oreat BatlU-a of tbe Urltlab Savy.
Tb fireat Boiianu,
Ray Palmor-a poettcal Works,
The Spirit of Praia, Illustrated.
h. at. wuiraai.
The roLMwiifi orrii'Ein were
elected for the eraaalog year at the annnaj meeting
of the Hark, gugar Company, held January 1J, ISTT ;
t. Molt tte-iit. rrwsHrot
8. T. Al. xandor VU fr.si.ltnt
8. 21. ctlc
J. r. Cooke
& af. Cooke
J. P. CsjOktK,
ftea liti-ssa war Oswssssssww.
The Hawaiian Hotel
Cnder ta iiiaiuajeiiwnt of B. VOW OEHLnAFrTJ.
A IX BEUCACIBB UOWH TO TUB A tat IS
cooatentlv krpt on basid. aod aerssvl mktraawstas
paat. iTet the present, aad stereotype the rotor guar,
anleed lo wukfy the tpicure In Us wUdeatdresatn Wed-
aajn iisw.wis mmm mm wvmm pr.vatv an-l s.
wB be rvrewtod ia my aaaal etevslad atvle.
SB a vo.i 0ULUArras,
SUGAR MACHINERY !
THE rNwERHIugED kaa JlsrT BEAU VKB
Pr Mall fmm the esHebreled
Glatyoto Iran Work of
Messrs Mirlees, Tail, and Walsos,
Bract particulars of to coat of
Of arraataeo dtlTerent rasriHa mnstt.1
lStMIasa.kwsjvat.iaia Hoara at a (ast artr.770
Us k ETlrat rlaaa Vaeauxn Pass Flsasat
Sa Efkka 13 Tons sf Rtgai la
Havsna al a Caat of avi.ito
ilellvervrd 1st Ulsaearkw.
Dated tbAs UUa day of Jaaaory, ITT.
. aiCH D F. BlCSBaTTOlf,
xr -at Attoraey for lb said ' Isptta kxaws
h " R. C. Wylie " and " Boiaaza."
THE (J.NDEK8IONKD HAVING KECEIVID
AMD or II SB
Photographic ImproYements !
Is now prepared to do
PORTRAITS OR VIEWS!
Mm- HeammabU 7Vrxk,
And hop, by attentloa to bnainoaa akd ifkalll
log, to deaerve tbe patron ago of tak psMIe,
ana oe asm to pieaaa tl
Sale, New Frames.
In great variety, aad at Ibe lowest poselkle pekats.
H aad 68 fort dtraat, lluanlaAa,
H. L. CHA8S.
Ths; qitrttwaaTikkl are Susans at
eaeh txtachlnery. and m arrant- for frWaTht oa Sam lo be.
"1 raws, srwa AllfMI ONWXk BWSV aSAWAWat
In Ua dyd of IISOS tons burden, to
Istrave Ulaaataat mm or akesnt Use ISUt af
!T. B- Orders for aU kirad ot aTsilil.au awd -
swassii Bai mb aaajgawl ay Us skov. veaael
skoaM be soot (a tow nndtrsaxaad dwrtnw skawwwwsa 5
8ptmtrr or not later than October loth, mr Bate of
frrurlit arranged for.
r. T. LEMEHAB tk Co
TUX UNDKR8IONSO bar us aaad aad FOB
SALE LOW. to ertosa taa -rrnshraoanal f
Cargo of Ship " Alnglo - Savxon, "
Rolls Excellent China Matting,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Bates Mat Btags,
200.000 China Bricks.
m lm T. T. LaUIXHAS Co.
FruiU Prepared by tlu mVxmm
fpBja. or dipt:
SV ltoaaa. Ac., c
Per sail or
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
?lr!LA5T"'i?L,! TamaXB A tOJISJI.
for rsartttrasar apply to
JAMES . LBBOB