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tcnocr Kconl Asa was roinlr.g past Diamond
Head, a native aw wan wu ilnxt ou the bark by
'tii booaa aad was knocked Into tb met aod was
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kimii MtwsTBBXA' Tbe troopr bearing this
Mk which M aadlr defrsnded a a couple of
Btciatlst urn . do not tpprsr to meet alih unlimit
ed aarena in Sydney Tbr Sydney Hlatrted Knars
bar a rstgr of amusing rtcbluo ol tbc various mem
ber ol the rompaa;.
Ps Mi-ats. Mdlle. lima dc Burst t the cele-
bratrd songstress, accompanied by ber ho hand,
Mr Joan HilL arere sncaaj- tht paaaetarera (rum
Auatralia last week In tbe mail ateamcr en rontr
aaf tbe coaat. Stgwor Soalni, the baaao waa slo
Sao Cask We Warn Ural little child of Mr
Vpcbarch of ttousia. alravcr! 08 from If parents'
abode mat aaoeirti. and waa not fnond till the BT
ith day. when It body wa diacorercd tn Ibe
liratb appeared to haw mulled Iron,
hanger and exnoaare.
JVjTbc Friend for Febraan c-'niain tbe r
ot a aeries ol letter Irooi Prof f. W" Damon. Aav
the t aaar.etiua of the Ira! of Hawaiiaaa who rutin
the CratranUl Expoallloc A tbe letter tlrei ih.
addrraa of man Hawaiian reaident aliroad. It wil;
Evwltatlam. Oaicw Here.
Thmu of onr Tra.!em wVi am tntortwt in
the theory of crolution will doubllajaa thank
n for piactQf; withir. their reach an many of
lb arpintenta for and afainat the tbeorr.
We lTr been at oonaiilorable paint to mil
theae arumenU from a Tarietj of aoarcea
which are not euailT acccaaible to
of them and in this war wa think that
art ar doing the public a faTor. We are
hwmrr that dome of them hTe blarned ut for
meuVUing with the (object, iappoaiit that the
diaroaaion wat calculated to deatroy the
fonndabont of faith in the BiWe, anl. rinae
qiienilT. in the Chrittian religion. We hare
no tuch ap(rehemiona.
We pte below tome extracu from rreaident
Seelye't eriticiam. which ortitaint the ttronpeat
argumrntt agaitnt the theory ret prevented.
Preaident Seelye't Criticiam on Darwinians
aliritlped from Johnson V Cyclopaedia:
" 7ViTaanrf.-n.i nTSpteim ay-rw ef njarrsj,
Huxley, after having elaborately advocated
progrna. Thit in the imlirHtial'a derelop
menu in which case, however, it it not, (trict
ly t peaking, true to tay that the higher has
been dereloped out of the lower, for the lower
and the higher spring alike from a deeper
eoarce. They are both the unfolding of what
1st mysteriously folded up in the germ before
any manifestation of the individual life had
appeared. So the farts teach ut and to a
sound philosophy would declare. But though
we might regard gTadation here at equivalent
to progroea, thit by no meant prove that it ia
tnoh elsewhere. There ia a gradation in the
color of the prim ; but it would be abturd
to call thi a progre in any uch tense as
though one color had grown out t another.
In like manner a gradation of ipevie doe not
involve a procreat of specie, and we only
! confuse ourselves if we confound the two.
Because a system of nature can be presented.
iu the contemplation of which we past, by
icgtil ar and uooetivc step, from the lowest
And simplest struct me to the highest and
moat compiex. it by no means follows that the
we darwinian nypouiewe. neverviK-iess no- j hj(tllor hj- proceedtld fr the lower, or that
dare it at hit - clear conviction that, a the , rfte ha been evolved out of the other. In
evidence now stands, it is not abaolutely proven natural hisUvy no such gradation can ret be
that a group of animals, having all the char- represented. There are broad gap which re
aeteristic exhibite,) by specie in nature, ha quire prodigiou. Mn of the imagination to
can tit or
, pfraaaal ta he valaabie to preserve
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.-rat v af ttaaaaj- "awn. ? aca-
ft-a kawat " T I aaaa f, n aat Kaa.
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a -astasia Ska. n aa, b SaaaaaL
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Saw Umiii Hava. t ILm aaa Wsswav
I si usii maaaasa, Has 1 1 . far Sss Usaalsaj,
SftSr SMawa Kaats. Jar SaaJaa.a
-TT' J' ! ftjl- itiail ii-i,- tar tsa rrsscaxu.
SftSft Jawse SVaaaaaa. If kftaa aas Kaa.
. -a ii Mia Stan hi at. tar Kaaau
III '..'-- FartaatS.
ft Pa. aaki. Cava, a- Uaaa
Sraama hi:. art 4 The ateamei sailed on Mon
day afternoon (or tbe circuit ol Kaa;. takinx It
new Second Aasoetatc Justice of the Supreme Court.
Mr Mdnlly. who enter upon tbe dstlrs of his at
lec !y presidinc at tbe present term of the Kauai
Circuit Cftiart. The iX-pnly At'oroey GrneraL Mr
Smith, accompanied the co rl a prosecatiug officer.
and Marshal Parke alto west along.
SlinoT or SaTiva FrtH Tbe Steamer City
of Sydney is: week, took, s small lot of two or
three hundred ot the fry of tbe nasi, one of the
mo: delKioa of the hah inhabiting oar water,
which were seat by Mr A. Bute, to (ten. Reddinc
in California who deslgua to atocfc aome of the
tlream of that Sutc with a few ol tbe choicer va
ritiea of Hsnsiisn tlh. if they sre louod to do well.
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ua tsa SSlk. a S a av, aa asaara-
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lawaaif 1 DotSsaaaias n na-M
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"aaw . I awtaa, kktaa raja.
Psauars. Oa the last voyage ot tbe tteamer
Aastrslis frim thi port, considerable excitement
w caused by s esse of supposed smallpox on board
which appeared shout eight days after leaving
Hon .'.ale The subject wss an old sun who died
before reaching Sydney. Many of the passenger
believed thai the disease wa not amall pox. but
the opinion of the tbip't doctor prevailed of course,
and ao trans -abl pan en I of mails, freight or passen
ger wat permitted at Kandavu At Aucklsud the
mails sod p a eager lor that place acre Landed,
but alter the ahip's arrival at Sydney the was tab
jectcd to a strict quarantine.
Ditaoxoaaaix. We are tiered to be obliged to
chronicle the fact that there exist in thi com
munity individual with to little acute of honor a
to be capable ot violating the trust repoted upon
them by ttc supporter of the Reading-room in
the Sailor' Home building During tbe past two
or three OKiaths papers have on a number ot occa
sions been tsken from tbe table immediately after
the arrival of the mail. Such conduct it not only
t maaifsstalion ol bate ingratitude toward the
Touug Men's Chrittian Astocistior., which main
tains the Reading-room for the benefit of all who
care to avail themselves of it privileges, but it it a
positive wrong to other of the public who resort
thither for instruction or smutemenl.
a tsa east) mm as
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tail Jaaltat-ka. o-iao
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kaa aaaaa. t kaa aswaa. ta sc mssuta. 1 e traadi
kaft. t 4. t BC.W.
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Sftjtt .SSswasa. ttraai; aa. a Ta Bacsaa. k Waara
L a, 1 I af SftaSsaa. St His Chntsr.
fir Sat r 1 1 iff rsOQK'isa". Fa at Has I B
a-, feasatftTSsr, taawaVaaat "atejrra. A X TTise-
Bktartka. at -- baa.. t B rwa awJ wsta, A
fmm t 11111 IT ' f ra CC aw-
stsaw staass. Tsa. CW atr. Spaefc
t- aataattwara rSis I .- C atetaas
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Jar- . k T ak t Otwitstawis. 1 '" aa aar
aw aaat? . Batu Caas Js . Sir SsTatfcWs. A
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arc 1 . era 11 aat. aiitai a. r Bars, v
W - Hit par ttWjk SSS kWisskl rat tlk-W M4BBI
mmi 4 tftt Bast
DkrsJITkP. Mr Lo Shoo, Isle cabinet-maker
and carpenter, on tbe corner of allag and Bethel
street, left somewhst saddcolr by the schooner
Bouanxa a few days ago. A pswp-ir; wss granted
to a Celestial bearing tbe euphonious name of
Sneikesa. but whether that Is sx alia for Lo Shon
k a matter to be Investigated. At any rate, 00
bring dragged from hit hidinr place after tbe vessel
had got outside, he produced the passport, sad
under itt prutacusr. acat wat allosretl to proceed to
tea. Mr Lo Shoo bit victim diacoarteootly am
p'.ifj hi aatse ty hi In-slr.-aatiag manners, and
t prolate ate of the ' taaiie that ta childlike sad
biaad," had succeeded ia oh la is it; credit to tbc
amount of several hundred dollars from merchants
in town, alt ot which he left unpaid
I ts - r ill af Baj 1 1 14 Jaa aaa. BssBj. BSBBBaBl
ftSftBt 4: eaaarts saa Batai na Bart aaa ymn ssyj 1
-aB-awakaiaariatftia at Bsas.
A Cixsb Araoinrai -At t o'clock p. at. ou
Thursday. Pilot Mclntyre, al his residence in the
vajlcj. wat tweepiag the S W boriaon with hit
gists, when be aaw tbe upper uasit of a vessel, in
tbe direction In which the Australian steamer
frhoald he coming, and shortly after smoke arising
Be tell sure that it was the tteamer. tod made hit
ai nnceasentl forhersmral off the port by 10 or 11
o'clock: which guess proven to be correct. Capc
Desrborn, of tbc "City of Sydney," report! that tt
6 o'clock p. at. be wat by reckoning 55 miles dis--s:
trota the eatraoce of tbe bsrbor. Captain
Mclatyre't look-oat it at aa elevation of shout 140
feet shore the saa level. Tat atmosphere has lat
terly been remarkably dear about the islands. F.
ever been originated by selection, whether
artificial or natural."
" It it well to keep this fsct in mind. The
Darwinian hypothesis, however plausible iu
its ataieanent or ingenious in its application,
it. at the best, only a possibility, and wholly
wants the evidence which can translate it into
the actual explanation of the fact to which
it applies. That specie vary, and some of
them to a great extent, it admitted by all ; but
in no recorded observation do they ceaae to be
tbe same species still. Cuvier has shown,
from Egyptian monument and mummies, that
the animals which lived in that country in the
earliest records of its civilisation are identical
in specie with those which live there to-day ;
and Agaasix has shown, from the coral reefs
in Florida, that the animals of the liulf of
Mexico were of the same specie 30,000 years
ago. as in the present time. Though man has
been able to secure numerous and surprising
variation within a given spevies, he ha never
(ucceeded in obliterating the original lines of
specific distinction, or in bringing out any
thing more prominent in their place. The
difference of dog strike the dullest eye ; and
yet Owen, an authority inferior to none, de
clare that " under the extremes! mark of
variety to uperinduced, the naturalist de
tects the unmistakable generic and specific
characters of oimu itmilixtrit.''
The same is the case with all the plants
upon which man ha made such copious and
careful experiments. Not a single instance of
.tie specie changing into another has been
found. The extended varieties which man
has brought out in some of our cultivated
plants, vir : the cabbage, the turnip, the beet,
the potato,- -and from which he derives such
benefit, are only kept up by constant cultiva
tion. Tbe plant left to itself revert to it
wild state : to man. its comparatively useless
Now, while all these things show that the
transmutation of species has not a fact which
can prove it, and is at the best bat a conjec
ture, they render most uDlikcJy the conjecture
itself. For in tbe Mmberiees specie which
have been minutely observed, over a great
space and for a long time, if there were such
a tendency to transmutation, bow it it possi
ble that no actual case oi it ha ever been
found Why axe not case occurring all the
time, and before our eye ? Darwin admits
the force of thi inquiry, bat are cannot yield
to the fitness of hit reply. lie argues that in
the struggle for life, the improved offspring
would exterminate the inferior progenitor, and
span. Darwin urges that these gaps are ap
parentnot real. But tho ease with which
gradation becomes translated into progress,
and the readiness with which the mistake is
made to prove the tranamutation of tpocie, i
somewhst surprising to one who thinks close
ly. The imagination, not to tay the fancy,
would seem to have a more prominent part to
play in these processes than a faculty of rigor
ous logic. In the assignment of the links
which are fancied to connect man, through the
anthropoid apes, with the orangoutang and
gibbon, it is argued that a perfect gradation i
a sufficient warrant for the inference that
man has, in process of time, been evolved
from the moukey. Now the postulate here is
only a fancy. The gradation is (o far from
perfect indeed, it is ao grossly imperfect ex
cept in certaiu superficial characteristic that
the most accomplished natural sis declare that
" man is the sole specie of hit genus, and the
sole representative of his order and tub-class."
It has beeu shown conclusively that a monkey
of the highest grade it none the less a monkey
and none the more a man than one of the
lowest. It has also been shown that in the
most salient characteristic of the two, there
i an inverse order of development which not
only destroys the gradation but renders it
impossible that the higher should ever have
descended from the lower. And if we pas
from the anatomical and physiological quali
ties to the higher psychological distinctions,
we find a difference which, cannot be bridged
by degrees, though extended to infinitr-
But even if there sre men so sunk in a sav
age state (hat the difference between them and
the people of the highest civilization seems
greater than than which divides some mon
keya from others, we have at least just as
good reason for aying that the lowest ha
degenerated from the highest, aa that the
highest ha been developed from the lowest.
The history of men is fall of instance of de
terioration. If we weigh it siruplv by number,
whether of years or of nation, or of indivi
duals, degeneration and decay vastly prepon
derate. Where f now the civilization of Tyre,
and of Carthage, and Babylon, and Nineveh ?
And where are the arts that built the Great
Fjrramids and Baalbec ? All over the world
we have evidence of a tendency among na
tion and men to sink away from civilization
into barbarism ; bat history does not show an
instance of a nation rising by its own efforts
from barbarism to civilization. Say Darwin
in his latest book : " To believe that man was
ala)riginally civilized, and then suffer utter
Piatt. (If tat faaBrartmsati at Ii
Parit. Ihs K tenia Past ij! : "Ths rsesnllt
itslsrl harsftt In farlt ars troaaratad witk
much vigor la order Is hart tktat, lalihsd ay lb
lias tht tatsrastl.nal F. 10 initios of IS I eptatd.
Ths ssw Avsnss ds I'Opsrs avakat 1st dsttoliiisa of
maty aid landmarks atesstary. A saw Hoist Pisa
I rapidly approaekitg eompltlloa, wkleh It dssertbsd
st kavf aa appssrates of BttUtstti ralktr Ikaa
of slogans ; Urrstsd walks art laid sal la tbs prin
cipal ooartjsrd of the nsla building for tho at of
ouasaeotetnU. Tkt eld kassitsl will hs tern down
st toe at Ik saw out it ready for tttapaaty, sad
that tasks bat Cathedral of Parit mora eoaapionous.
0 Ihs Boaltrard St. Ilsraatn. wkleh It to hs Ika
principal Kraal ot Ik I ft bank ol tkt Sains, ths now
builditgt ass (rawing Bp with reatarkshls rapidity.
Ths monumental fosstsia in tkt rue Qrtajllt St.
titraaala Is to ha reaaottd is the earner sf tho now
Boulrtsrd St. Ilermsia snd Iks rut P Bse. Ths
noigbhorkosd of tbt Psatbton i tlsn undergoing s
renovating proas. On ths left tds of ths ruo
SouftVi all ths bnOdlart sre rsoaoving: la short
Paris assail lo snjoy a rttiril of tkt Htatimtan tra
for Juritg Ihs month of October altat tot Itat tkta
tw, 'hundred sad sltvsn buildings wsrs damulisksd to
tasks room for nsw strsst : allowing sighly 'parsons
to sank building, wt lad last tsvaalssa iknoatnd
persona wars obliged to assk new house. Ths da
struetion of hostst will proceed with ths tamo vigor
during Novsmhsr Bad Pssaiubar. Aa during ihs
empire these improvement, together witk ths prepa
ration! for Iks (rati alkibition, bar induosd a larga
number of workman to look tn Paria, and Ihs lams
result will ansae ss balers the government will be
obliged to continue furnishing work for Ihsss msn "
BISHOP & CO.,
HONOLULU HAWAII..! ISLANDS,
.DBUW KXCIIAMK OX
THE URI Of CILIFOftNU.
aa rasas atom is
THE ORIEHTal Mil CORPOMTIM. :
att ratit taaacatt ta
Svalnr jr. ai d
Asd tra aaet s General Ranking Bstlars.
R. 8. HOWLAND,
Shippiag and rMls8Ui Mfrchait,
aaa, rat Slrast, mar California.
KM HIS TO
0. 1 If. Howlaad, "SW Bedford. C. Brtwsr Co.. Boston.
1. II. Baillall A Sons, Owen A Clark, rrosidanca.
was. II. 11 00. " K. A. Mssrice, fourth Nt
tt Bauk. N. T.
NEW ZEALAND INS. CO.,
FIRE d MA&mS LYSTRAXCE.
By K. I. AO. TIB).
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, - FEBRUARY 9th,
At XlflBBBI a ... a Half II IBB.
THK USUAL GOOD ASSORTMENT
AND AT It O'CLOCK NOOw.
Special Sale to Close Consignments!
t casts ao parlor Sheer wins.
It Case Kwnerlor Poet Wins,
10 Caars Claret. (saaaOrsaST ratter.
I aaa Ilulnart Chsmpasne, Baakrta Ola,
OtBta Kay Rrsad Ale, aSt and pU : Bosos Toaseeo,
CSaaa randies, tlalranlaad Hnektls,
Kegs Kngar, Blotllu Pspsr,
Cans Bast Chairs. Apasre chsart, Chlhrren'a Chaavw,
Faaicy BaLrt., Britre. ake.
PASTURE LANDS !
In Koolaupoko, Oahu.
By C. at. WA
At t o'etoek A.
Dry Goods, Clothing, flosiery,
Hats. Umm, and
A Small Lot of Furniture!
rVr.s'sVS OF ALK PORTER,
LEASE OF CROWN LANDS
Br Order of t
ON SATURDAY, - - MARCH 3d,
The lease of the Crown land
II THE DISTRICT OF WIUME. ISUM W MHS.
i Aswaa saraA Aaawaa.
OaBBBstBBBBg frsBa Bts la A
Capital : SO ,000,000
(With anllmited t Labi lit j of Sharvtaoidvn.)
"KK TOT WK..I.. PROTT YOT IWKLK"' Shakspeara
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE.
Of eYcry- drscripilnn ot props-rt majr be effected with thit
tympany at ni -l.'ralt rat .
Merchandiae, Goods and Freight Insured
By leaunera and aaillwr reflSA-Js, Lowes can be made
payable Ui lionoiulo.
CASTLE at (XMKK.
AC' i'.K Tor HodoIuIq.
Wanted to Loan.
raoag s to aaaea tbi r i i sdioj ciood
Stcnrity. Apply to
na.ii j.o. im'Ksojt or a. p. iurD.
HA the old form disappear by tbe rery pro- TV . Z ,1 's M '
rr r I mtianlv nv vipw nl human nntnm Rnt
eeaaof the formation of the new. Bnt, if thia i . thi. pnCir the wia wrhir-h tha ...I
Bat, if this
be true, and if the prooea of (annation be
going on before our eyes, why not that of the
disappearance also ? In many animals tbc
dnrati.m of the individaal life is so short, and
loci ot history oblige us to take; and we
must square our view of human nature to the
actual facts of the case, whether or not it
would better suit onr desire and onr theories
to have them olherariie. Historr give un-
OX arUBAT LAST BKr WEE THE BE
TH Ft. snd tke reaMenee of Mr. Peterson on Emms
street. aJM pin set in (old wltb Ore pearls Iu tbe center.
A suitable reward will be given in may one retnrnln It at
tht, onVe. cr Ui tbe residence of Mr. Peteraoo. at.!
The retuwrjis orrtt'EBS i:nr.
,- :. 1 for ibe auaolnc rear at tsa annual meetlo
of Ibe Haiku Sugar Company held January 13, ltTt ;
J. Molt smith .....President.
A T. Alsisnder Vlee-Pretklent.
8. .V. Castle , . Tnssnitr.
i. P. f...ke - Secretary.
a M. Onoke udtisi.
Per order, J. P. COOKE,
177 tt See. Hsikn Sugar Compnny.
THE I ll K-MliNED HA VIM, BBEA AP
P UNTKIi almmlstraUir of tbe estate of Akl. bus
of V, alalia. Oabn. glees nodes tn all persons Indebted to
ssld Akl. deeessed. to psy tbe name tbs nndersarned :
and til harlot claims on sstd estate, to present the tame
urithis tlx tannins from dale or ibey will be forever
barred. H. O. CEABBE. Administrator.
H.oluln. January Ii. 1377. tzt-St
By order of C T Oanek, Kaa. Executor of lbs will of H
H Sawyer, die aaa d. 1 ahull onr ai public auction,
OH" SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17,
At l o'clock, Dooa, at my sales Room, ia Honolulu,
The Valuable Property
betoaslnc to said estate, situate In Koolaupoko, Oako,
and described aa follows, vim j
First, that CerUin Piece or Parcel of Land
Commenclns at a point near Walkane, u per wrvpy of
C 1 Lyons, and called lot No. 2. and ninaln tiortb Ma X'
vrmt Jt feet; sooth 71. west 170 ft; and -ant MS
ft : north M 40' east Hi ft I north UP 0V, east 3S3 ft,
south W. mm 4U ft: north i i- AO'. aoatSIS ft ; north
34 tt' west U3 (t, to Initial point ; containing an area of zi
With the Buildings and Improvements
thereon, the same cooslsUnc of one dweltinc hoase, 5
rooms ; dining room and cook bouse, store boose sod not
house with all the Itanlturo therein, coaalstiuc of bds,
tahlea, chairs, the.
A portion of this land, say IS acrea. Is snder leaas for
fire rears, from iao. I. lsTt, therv bebui three rears jet
to ran. at fltt per year, payable s.mi-annually. la ad
rants. Nearly the whole of this land Is MMCfpubl
orculttrsUon fur ilce.M there b a sulBcfency of watr for
the purpose, and tt ia really a Una opportunlt for cultlTa.
This parcel will be put up at suction in one lot, luciud
lug houses and furniture.
Lot Its. 1, That Talssle Pas tare Lasal !
Being an Ui of Walaboie, Koolaupoko, Oahu and mora
lui! v described In surrey by O J Lyou., and coatalnlng an
area of 'Its acres, with all the biuiding and impruremeots
Tbe land bas s number of streams upon It, and a portion
can undoubtedly be tued fur cnltlration of Rice. togar or
CoAe. Tbe upper ponton Is wU wooded, and the pas
ture laud Is sa good as can he desired
This piece will be put op In one lot with buUding.
TITLE FEE Sin PIE I
PUu of the property can be seen at auction room, and
fhr further particulars enquire of C r OulIcK, Esq, or
Kb P. A DA Mil, Ansi'r
For m urni of tsa years.
t part Prlc $1M per
THE LEASE OF THE LARGE FISH
With It a la I umm Asltaasalasa;.
mtustrd si wsiiups. irmc la ta rjtauais
of OsJbu, for s tsraa sf It rasrs.
O. 8. B A STOW Aast'r.
1'W. DKBMIta w Kts, rtBJllCAI.T WrfsJ
sVkart, bwes t taJtraa tlrsa. af Hons as la ssw
Tbos. Tsonatt. ) wkwrs he alii 1T. .pwda. tllaBBBB ths
maaulsruirln snsl rapslrlns of all kiaisof Jswatrr.
raxucolar attenaoo tlaeo u, shall saat KbBws ".
aw Will tuarantra tslastlBllllB ia aU Bas wwW.
t, ftm am. at. wkksaa-
At Private Sale,
A tiaall lot of choion
Red Columbia River Salmon,
IN BARK ELS.
K. P. A OS MS, Auctlonetr.
the tnccession of generaftons so rapid, that if numbered cases of a downward tendency, but
thi process of tnnsmBtation were actaallv u'oot i single instance of a self-evolved pro-
work, how could it fail to have furnished. ' is tHe aimple trnth of historv
.... ... ,. , I wnicn makes an sucn aisciisatotM as uarwin i
FSC I SUSTRiLtl UD REW ZEALARD.
My ta? PaaaAc Hail & & Catv of Svdaer
wrati. L trnraj at tait Krt ot the evening of
taw at, aaaBBtesat aac a calf davs frc Ss-daer,
aaa iiiiBBBBtl a fear atata of C ilawi) Dews.
a-arcj .- -- -i -. a Mast is Saw Xaa-
aViaatat of ta rtawns of ta Cslaa of Saa
fftsaa. fas far taw jwar isTfi. it iitatt a Butrrwlsat
tmgi i i i " Taw lata: inta.i far taw ywar
waa ar laaaT Sra ssi'Haaw af Slfliri srkakk is
a fa sa asaar.j t at awas osar kaa ftwnas Tsar
! '! :: V- " B-t-sts- :r ft.
a, aaa warty a siaurr
RrtVi Bar. whisk jialt aa
i fSw.t u ks warr tsa.
. ass Cft a grsa; sk; w. wkwi arrirwi
atwr nt Briawr.
7 .a I.--. T mmf Wf its: ;:r:brr.
ttsaaaST aaswaaiaxta itintlir t
af tawrtT raras. as tar
i ta waaak a AwstA kaa rscsa t:
atass m rre.
w aaai sd
A pi i j at BaaBra ttiltlaTt, Lawns a OtrAra't
i.iiw lBtaatai tta-i kssa j i futtittj 1 tY- Ssaasl
at tarn, awa wiraiat aay graat ttaafra sf statsass.
i is Saw Gaiasa of Mr.
i trass Pan Karaahj witk s
saws sf kiwBBiaal ss
S sWawal ta raw iatsrisra
i ass- stats
BtiBB- i kianl.
aawsvswwa stastA rrawrs, aaa Aataaal wsak sraatad ! aarttatiaa
tmm twCws Sa asw TBtaii twrrewasaw kr txnaa- eaaaat Earxt Caw pas J
mmm mmmm. ws wAssk ta BBtAawt an Bgr. imBil
" "" mZZZ' ala "TzTVT kawnra. waask was
LaaBwaa, .at Baaaa- nillt s itirtirn ta attBjstt
jl i. f wa tkw aaaaaWlsac sasi wftirk -Jaw .sera,
asaa BBaBtststststBw tail ll wwk awas. sa twetnr
ITT- Toe steataer Citj of &jdocj arrired at Out
port inrins: Tbartdaj altriit, nsrirat foCowtt) tbt
roale Irasicated la oar last iasur a probable. She
.eft Srtfocr at I B) p. ta. oa Jaaaarr Uta. rnade fee
pssasc? la Aaekland la soar oajs arsd aixteen boars:
Tfcsarc to KsadsTB in soar son s half dars , throes
to thit port In ten dart and a halt The entire pat
sajre from Srdnrr to Hoaolola eoosaraed tweatj
six! a bsif dsTs. Br this route twenty cars as s
abort l f Here the remained about twelre
hoars, and trill reach Sac Francisco on the nlftt
of Febmarr , bbbUbS the entire trip In about
H soars. Taa ooatract rrCjBire It to be jtrforro
ed ia C Lacrs, or par a forfeit for every boar over
that cumber. The oaD steamer look swsy s good
freajcht, irf lading tone four bnndred tons of tnfar
coffee snd bananas, etc., with twenty-two raasen
gers. stnoec whom were Chief Justice Alien. Gene
ral Greer, lasrajls, aad Meyer, Sister Berths snd
AsactL Paaana or ran Hssatrtc Fiaa Draarr
arrrr. Tkia (tilaai srsrsanuttioa kwM its eattstasiy
aaaaai psraaW aa galatway last. Laria( ta Bell
Towwr SSftBars at II s'sissk. las pi aisasiss. kwaaW
ky ta Esya! Bsad. juaaaidtii srwr the atasl rail,
aad rwtarwaa to ta Stjasr akost half past 1? a' link
Ilk sa. k then wa so: at largs a Is n oat at kat
ftwwsatly Saws ssaa ia years past, ths fore Bertr
T 1 1 11 1 iff tar I ts as ia jood trias. sad asaa sal. u
aaj stajaavy Irs. Tbs as fins sss bos. car riser 1
wars ktssrififr tasitlslal with towers sad srtr
taaaaB, aad atwa tkw tap sf ths ssuria sf the vu.
bar Tws'i. ia ta tkaa of a vtrdaat kswsr. wars
Was aU kwaa saSslj
th stria csrwptaaat partook af Bar sr
is their rwrptetirs kail. By
f th iiBtari aad embers of the Ms-
3. I. art speat s rery
taBBtsat aad f IsatssT half hswrr at lasir kttpittkli
f-:y . sisi witk lire rs-rety
of aasttiss. A aatatkst sf toasu wsrs jists sad ra
ts, ka tsa af ths Isitwr sf whssA aBatana
t th iait iirsss af tbs tstj't twasur pra-
ratsd wstb at atast sat staaas f rscias. TW sa-
th past, bat thaw aaw ailWi cai. aad hs taw tvtst
tho far. a single instance of its accomplished
Gtoioffuxm' Sridenct. If one specie spring
from another by a long continned process of
slow variation aod natural selection, the step
through which a parent has become lost in his
descendants are very many indeed, are prac
tically innumerable. Says Darwin : '' If my
theory be true, numberless intermediate varie-
respecting the descent of man as false to fact
as they are abhorrent to philosophy."
The great 100-ton gun of the new Italian iron
clad Doilin, carries a shell weighing 2,000 ponndt,
and moving tt tbe rate or 1.374 feet per -. on 1
much faster than sound travels tbmngb lb sir.
With s etisrge of 330 pounds, tbe 3.000-pound pro
jectile mo red cveo taster tbsc thia. baring a velocity
of 1.454 feet per second, giving a blow equal lo the
force required to lift 28,400 toct a foot bigb.
, - , - , , , - , 1 oe asaa ftnimue ftftaft sftftia aa ftaaao . actnana mr
ties, Unking closely all the species of the same , esaan f alairi is Tark.r. .ai threatening to te-
group together, mils', asuredlv have existed." I ear relorm ia tkt province! by . resort to anat, if
TL,,.f, ". "- ' :t ,4- ftk-, i , . . neessssry. with s disssowsl of aabitious dssigns, ka
Taaeiaa'or., also, if the theory be true, some ! hsd m'tteu j,-. th. K.ronasn power, i.
evidence of these intermediate varieties must wilUag to scpssr ai the ehaapioa of Tarkty. Tksy
assuredlv exist in the geological record But " tM ,fJ":T' " proAahly antt. i. tU
- mfmm' j ttaadisg sb iamedistsehsuge.nd a thorough reform
no such evidence appears. Looking through is th govsraassat sf th Prorissas. Rania baa
pleged bersell to ree tnsl ibis a done, es.a 1: she bss
"ITTaak-XiawyS f tbakagkrawkawk kalw- ItW d- k.. thsrs
VTJJ.P. r I " "ll S sawat gwr that st atast sa af taaaa Bsigat rrs
A iftwsss tra awgiaa saa war for twwaty-f
ot a atraSak vattaaart its asaseatt fsstiag waary .
tsipnii U bt ths
I WTWr grit. Pa.,
atata aa a tsssspwa aauy aa saw sasa amt.
L.a aSrass r daws ss thai at caaawt bt distal Mad. A kargw sad brilliaat 11 lllir
AtVwg. ill ii 11 ill fh r 11 1 ia ail usraa. ' laaaa wkusbwa rwpaetad passing
a? BbB tajliia tas swrSstwsl a tsarty sf ialaad aa assr Otaawtttatsta.
r uiattawa ' 1 " - 'T T-" Uai
anaiawl wf rkw atw TV statasa st sawr Caaaa
aaai karat waft a tarraBS sxpla-
Ibalj wil as riata Brat, be
. Ta rwport was iitfiar
uralitd lik th rear of s
kagsaagwatbiaWigkl- tba Irst sea att
BBta.1j.a wtata a
If it was ta
B isliaty stast bar aaea fngktisl.
bat j null, tot Its tats
all the vast cycles of time which geological
change are supposed to imply, we find the
same clear distinctions of species as we ob
serve iu the historic period. Upon this there
is no dispute. Darwin admits it, and so do
his disciples. This fact is loAVient to startle,
if not to stagger, the boldest advocate of tbe
theory. Darwin acknowledges it to have the
gravest force, bat its weight is not essentially
lessened by his very ingenious attempt to re
move it. His explanation rests, in the main,
upon the extreme imperfection of the geolo
gical record. Says that eminent geologist.
Sir Charles Lyell, " It is scarcely possible to
exaggerate the defectiveness of our archives.
In the solid framework of the glebe, a great
part of what remain is inaccessible to man ;
and even of tint fraction which is accessible,
nine-tenths are to this day unexplored." But
the facta which the paleontologist offers are
neither fear nor incraatairlerable. More than
30.SM specie of animals have already been
discovered in the different formations. How
is it, then, that tbeae 30,000 specie have been
preserved, and are fottnd clearly aVtSitral, while
not a single individual in a transition state ap
peared Many of these species are repre
sented in the rocks by thousand of individual,
and if the Darwinian hypothesis be true, and
tatese mafrndakala are osaly iatiar of apaitcB
growing into and oat of esse another, why are
the TT"1 links of tbe chain alone pre-
The iatiiliilii links do not differ
r 11 eric aa would be icq ail ed by the
eriea of gradations ; how. thru, if
tasty ever iiatti, hare they now ao cotn
pletelj disappeared ? The general imperfec
tion of tbe record is no answer bere : for w
take tbe record a it ia, and however imper
fect, there ooght Barely to be seen, in the vast
number of foasfl specie actually discovered,
some of the missing links, if they ever existed.
GrxxiMicm mot lo betonowled trttf program.
In the organic world as individual paaaea
thr'-h stir-r r.wti., eich :f ivhich, c-.-n-pared
with tbe prrxeaiijs. makea a grade of
tn oeeapy th Proviaea with ber anaitt. which tbt
Itprepsriag to do. England i, eotsisg tn tbt point
of reforaiiag instssd sf upholding Turkey.
This tt an excellent rear for tntiqaltlea. Ccsnola
tnd Schlieraann have torpasted tbemaclre, not
only iu discovering relies but In recovering t res
sores. George Smith's Babylonian sntiquities
have arrived at tbe British Museum. "Many of
tbe tablelt represent the renews! of loam and tnort
gsges, to that Ibe documents referring to tbe first
sod the Issl of continuing transaction bear tbe
dales of severs! different reiiros. The date thus
extend from tbe fail of tbe Assyrian Empire to tbe
retgn of Dtria Hrstaipe. including dstes in tbe
reigns of Xsbopolaasar. father of Nebuchsdnrzzsr,
EvU-Merodseh, Cambyscs, Sad the elder tnd tbe
yoanger Crrns. The date of the tablets, tbe-efore,
furcitb very important cbrboologlcal landmarkt,
tnd ire in roasy respects sabversive of tbe recent
chronology. The rate of interest current In Baby
lon oe hasa wt generally 10 per cent., and ranch
light it throw on the social life of the Babjlonitu
60a Ibe eirenmttaoce that witnesses of deeds are
slwsrs described by their trade or profession. Oa
of tbe tablet I dated In the reign of King bcl-
thazxar. There I a large Mat ber of matbeottleal
tablets giving cajcclatioat of considerable intri
At tbe recent iovestlgatlon of tbe Brooklyn Theatre
caJtmitj. an actor that lefi4Wd ia regtrd to galler-
ies: "well, like most toestre, mere wu no
meant of egress it is the last thing calculated or
thongbt of, because it Is sehesp place. Mr. Charles
R Gardner, t friend of mi Be, once built a thea
tre ia Chicago, and on Friday night tbe opening
wis to be on Saturday be tsib : 'My ! I've made
no stairs to the gallery. Bow are the people to
get ap It wasn't bow they were to get oat, bat
how tre they to begot la there. I once made a cal
culation to see bow many people could be icenat
modal ed ia the gallery of a theatre which I wat
- ct. sad foaud by allowing eighteen inches
for burying Yankee wbew I wit in tbe army under
L that there wss space for 80 people. We sold
oa night 1.430 tickets lor that gallery. How tbe
prairst cotbl don't know, bat they were there."
On 0 king tpirilaoas Uqaort it laid ta be oa tbe
increase fa France. Tbc duty ou tbeae products
bst yielded Sl.OOO.OOOf. over the estimate or 361
sflUSK The Load on rimes tay : "A similar in
crease may ataaUy be foaad lo oar own gtt,
aad It eaa never be teen with tost fort, far. however
talltlMtiay B may be tbe CaauseeAsr of the Excbe
aar, B mm 1 utelaocboly tile M t!f-i-fia:gecce
sad vice. Tb gTOWkag uiataaiutij of tpirltatrat
Uqaort la Franca is sa of at-aarsf signs that ker
people are loaiag their old haAtla of tooriety. Tbe
rBBUaT of ataAathe i ber rrest cities threaten to
a ears as iae unnaung a gia ta
oar own. Tbe .ittiaati assemwy ass sttnbotea
THE I MIKKSH.VI D OFFEB8 HIS HF.B
VtCrftS to the public, ta collector of accounts, as
well ss copyist, etc. All business entrusted to blm will be
attended u with dispsicb. sdettty snd teenraey. OfiVe
with Cecil Brown Esq. . Ksshumanu street
'--' R. W. I. USE.
NOT If K IK HEBCBY SITE TO AIX
Persons, thai at a meeting 00 the 17th day January
1177. of Swoacriters to the stock of tbe Hawaiian
AiiKIrn.TTRAI. inaTANV, it was voted to accepts
Charter of Incorporation (ranted to them and their Asso
ciate snd Successors, under tbe corporate name and style
of th HAWAIIA AOHJCXLTVRA L COMPANT, nn the
Sd day of Dwcember A. D. 1ST, and that ths corporation
nuder asM charter thereupon organised itself sod elected
she following named Officers of the Company, Tt :
Onus R RrsEor President
HAP CsBTBts- Vice Preaident
PC Joras, IB ..Treasurer
J 1) BsrwKB. ................ ... ,. - Secretary
2 0 rsjstrarat Auditor
Nonce is farther given that pursuant to lb. terms of
aid Charter no Ktork holder shall Indir idnali) be liable
for tbe debts of the corporation beyond the amount which
shall be due upon ths snare or share held or owned by
himself. (OHO J. D. BRgWEA Secretary.
fx oosur xt-noM wiTn the improve
ments now being made by the Eapiolsnl Park As
oeiatioo near Wslkikl. It Is contemplated to extend King
Street In a Southerly direction so as to connect It with tba
set beach road, snd thus form a delightful drive for the
public at targe. In order to carry out the intended im
provements s sobarrrpOor. of one dollar I respectfully so
licited from all persons on tbe Islands, and the undermen
tioned gentlemen hare kindly consented to receive ths
tame on behalf of the Tliaslirer.
Jno m Kapena. IE Btrehx.
Dwncsn atcBryde, u a cummins.
Alex J Cart wrlght,
F A Schsefer,
iJas A Hoptkcr,
I John n PatT,
J C (3hvo,
Castle A Cooke,
W c Park.,
A Song A Acboek,
E O Hall A Son,
I TO HaOorsa,
J. H. PATT, How, Treasurer.
H. BALTARLA5E. Bon Sec reel ary.
FINE BRITISH IRON SHIP
H. HACKFELD i CO.
FOR S A. LEt
THE FOLLOWIN G
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WTUE !
Ose Hundred asd THityM sjft
-BSftJEW BTTXJKS or PBJ.arTB-TXBBlBrg
Red. ClaJil. whits iroaad, ekuttlata. array and aasey.
Jac.net. Brown l otion. 1 tuallUas : Whits Ctjtaaas.
Horrocks' Loo Clo. A. B at H I Brwwa DttB.
Hickory stripes, strtpptd Ticking. Brown Data a I.
Bios, Whits ssd iaacy ftaaasl. BstBjBli Nattsas.
Scotch w alar-proof Twaod. J color,
Black aTsrhtoaad Cnbonrg,
Uasa, jwenrud numbers, ia yard Unit. Aa.
Victoria Lawns, Barate. 1
TT.rum sr. i iat.
Alfrert jr Tripp,
Wilder A Co
H A Wldemacn,
U M Vhitaey.
Edward B Prtti,
ny of the
the Cots MB -
aatts to law aaet that darlCfkilr defehee af Parts
rrest is i ma 1 1 raf the Dtaaata wata aahkaaOv intoxi-
eatad. Moat of the uttaaa iry woald sliU Be a ptt
lara of sstsriety to oar own working people, bat I
parts erea of sarrtcnitarsl r ranee then it Icat I
Iron Water Wheel for Sale.
MAM FACTl BED BT THE BeOira, IB
OBiagnw. The wheat Is la perfect order, and laaat
JUST ARRIVED !
cbttbi. mil ui nn
BIJIE HEW ITTLEI OF PB I T,
Blus Stripsd Dsnisti, Vslrst Csrpsti k Rug,
Hsssosks Pilot Clothing, Towata, Countsrpsa,
Whit Moleikini, Skirtt, Orentdinei,
Pears es and Tie. Silk Uatkrsllai, BlankeU,
Crimean, Otford sad Bsgstts Shirts,
Flanaalt, Tweedt, Poaehoi,
SADDLES AND BRIDLE8
Switt Mailt, Printed Lawn,
Wslerproof Clotbisg, Vistoria Lawna,
Book Muslins, Lbs Cflrtaint,
Bags, Egging, Canvjis,
Twia. Leather Belling, Paint, Oils, Pip,
Wire Bops, Corrngatsd Booftag,
Bins Mottlsd Soap, Qalrsniisd tad Tinwtrt,
Ftneing Win, Hoop Iron, Hollowar,
Cbsrsosi irons, 0-os Cutlery, Bar Iron,
Las k Ptrria't Sane.
JAMS AND JELLIES
A SUPKRIOB LOT OP TAILORS' GOODS
Doeskin, Bnckatln. ptssywiil. Bepsa. Csak.iari, II n lefts,
White Cambric. Walts A Tart ay Bad Cot aaa, aaa.
Whit Cotton and Tnrkask. 1 en Tarkasb.
Unas at Cotton, Brooaa' PBtsa. Thatad, Bkaak Mirtta
LADIES' SrOCKIN'(i3 ASSOBTKD ;
Mau i Whits and Ursy Merino, Brow A
t hlldreot Bsookiiuj. shirts.
Colon. Basatts, Daassn. Aa
rail aii ai raian ktarkss
Cmbreua. Italian black, Ifi
Black sad Otlttl SBBI
k SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CLOTH
ING AND SHAWLS.
Cloth, BnekaktB. flannal. Costa. aVs..
P. C Mooter Jactuets, Hsa vy Wuawt BlaoAata, SB saawaa.
Cotton snd Hots Blsakstt, QeaBt, me.
Burlaps, Wool Pack, Canvaa, Oanar Bss.
Tooth com Oft. Tooth BruJ
Looking onasre sad Bin, ImHarinw Jrwatry,
Lodger. Journal. mc . PUraag Cards.
Harmonics., I B Bails, Duster.
Pocket sad Batcher Katvt. I
c C I
letBBart, ka saaas
Tlnuad sport, LsaUrns. C C Istaw,
tkalvsBlasd Cw i larali I Bltawt Iraw, 4 tavat:
QaJvaatasd rips, all swasv 0lriHi Wwckil. taU3
Tubs. Tinnad BwaoaSwws. Bll CTarr issl.
T.n Pistes. Bancs Tin.
Bright aad ad iwe Waja, Baa. 4, t and,
Umm Iron, I atsaa ; auvsts. Mania Yatts-a
Mstslsad Saus, Bar Irta. Ouu Powdtr, a, mm.
mackaaaltba' CoaL Priaiine a1 WrawrSaa rapae.
(Vwrlsaa sad Parking, Toys, Tsskbatr.
Basleu, Patata and Oat, Vttsuts FBraBBl i.
Wail Pspar, Crock aryirsssrlr tods. Tar aad ntch.
Anchors aoo I. nalos. au 1.
Keruaene Bsrri-:a. ilirch I
OtaiiBl, Prrs easy, far Bracks,
Uquors. ate, BsajatOaaa' Bawaaty-1, . S A i t
am la riser is man graan
new ; is 14 feet in dhuneter by 3 feet on th the.
sre two spare secttons af ride pistes of backets Bnajhag
to It. rot further particnlara. terms. Ac. apply to
Dr. J. WIGHT. Kohahv Hawaii.
Ct Or to J. T. WATKBHOLSB, niBtUMMB
rpRE I S BEBBI4 EB HATTJt3 BKEM AP-
M. POUTED adBirnstrstor of th estate of Jacinto
Deaa flat of CaBfarsas.) gtresnnace to ail pea-aona tadt
ted ta aaid Jade to Das, deceased. In psy the tarn la ths
aaa au sasvusg any cbbbb oa aaa t
bbb within sot aasataa from daat ar taanr
C. P ABATE, Administrator.
IV IBLASO, Jockey Club, tndotarr
Tnsejpar of world-wide celebrity. Toilet Water, lav.
Wane, rTortda Water, Esa de cologne. IJas Juice aad
OlyawuM aw the ttstr. Olyeertne. Hooey. WTndsor sad
other aosps. Violet sad Bar Powder, AlBBitatitlsi tbr
thsTieth, she. a. Stawsst, Mt, Baatal aarast, aad at,
Csiwlft, Us la got by an Pevftanart aod Chi
BBSssd trad mark an beraJshrfe roae. tTS-lr
esrrad lasti ttliaa. I redl
k neatest sad Parts la fas Pseiae, and I sow pro
par ad to awas PsAdss at ths trwwat istts, wttk saairlil
l.rtl.a wa frwtjht par tstis.
THT50. H. BATTBB,
B ly AgswtBrtt. per. Mar. las. Co.. Uadtad.
CITlJtVt AID BEBIDEXTS OF HI
LILC. Vwtn.t Pilaw aa nnaimia mersllT.ei
saMBaBy IsTTlta at aim Pwaoc Wocatsp at roBrr ar.
CHCBCH, wlttit fci Ikes are held every Sabbath st 11
a. au, sua ,nr.s sestt sre i Br SB
a statad. Tsarrs is WniMmitag
Bar at 7 at n'llfti la sa r iiiaia
But. ts wktchBllsrt wiltwai. M ly
Msrtell'a sad Robin'i Brsnly, in casks
sad east ;
FUm Sherry, ia quarter easts tad ami,
Qsawva, Whisk y. Bam, Bock. Mo tells, A too hoi. die
Blood Wolfe ft C'i Ian Pate Ale
Edotnnd't Pig Braad Psrtsr,
Bouehet'i lapoleon Cabinet Cltampafriie,
Lalsnda't Bed Bar Clartt, DaarUVi Whiiky,
Bsord'l Wins sad Spirit,
Silicate Faint Co's Paints!
POWELL DUFFRYH'S STEAM COM !
WESTOI'S CENTRIFUGALS 1 EI6IRES
km to lrriTe, ScOaie's CUriflen !
FOB ALE BY
THEO. H. DA VIES.
HsarkB Book, Bain Wine,
sl raal' t Alt. ntsrt aad swBML
JesTrey Aat. qoanaaw assts : BMttitt saw
QennaD aod Ha I mmm CUT, at low arts, fesah
Bsststa, I lota ts stst, tVs. , 'ka sc.
Ordertrom IA Oiler .fa frmmr'
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILATJjSA!
Sailing Days as per Schedpla !
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To Let, Leaae or for Sale.
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