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BOXOLnr. SECEMBES Slh. 1SS1.
Tewvolber -cluing the week has been more ft Ton
MeQiaii Ttreloealy reported, and together with the
Ckriarmaa tale, rmslnrssbas been quite good In the
rttaHHne. Our people generally Investing freely for
Oar Inland trade tfll etmtlnnes Itrtnlv, many f
tieixq? enable to land or take on
IVarht a tbeJr porta of call Sugars, etc al a
tint, o lwt come forward f reely and our Calif or
vita fiarjcett fl nr slowly.
Papers fcy Uc Afijer Head show a slight decline In
the Scxarvsarket, both InNewTorkandSan Francisco,
which La ooed x&ai&rxto llie refined article.
TVe sorbmlng table tbowtcg the rate during the
yea wfjl b MeTrrhc to our readers ,
Amiu svrjctrsc tx Msit. The local refiners
their prices Vc V x all round on Ihe Gth.
T H simitar lcHne within the pasta)
a See January 1st. 131. prices of refined bugar
it Hat hare been chanerd t eoty tltnea The
vanattena hi representative gradea hare been at
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ermst prify are He b.ow Uwe a year ro lUtei
trcSe5ln wcre follow ;
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OntUir ... 1st- VrJlow rilraC... TASUc
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OwTccHoirrrrA.. ,,- ltHw ... . 6tt,7jc
iyt!ir.UirfUtbflrcl.if In rrflnrd tnrar men
ItfrWri above vttH continorft. e quott from Wlllliiui,
Klii hire lwrrrd ihclr price
ttorre rtr f7 a rental) arDndlnceonr lat circa
H ab4UiXanlUttihaRraUetitnG. Latrstrw
ooUtkrRi lor Cabs K mLrilHa. rct for VG
jMKtmrixatiati Cotracta will not made br
xt Kfa:iiTa lof ilic prefBt. batthry anuoaocc their
Imkcr sm; to bar vbatit otTred Ucxn la tint market
a. pncmtltai wflilie jart tomllcoocrrned.
KICE Tlw em. of the rrar, and the nunnaillj
) mev f Ofaini. Hire, act acinnt any Improrrmenl
ta yr tor fc present, altboBrh the ainck la moderate
wHli it rear twin- &,bw lca lo M arelioute.
a rBMmWf jKjrtion of wliwrh Jut paicd trom 1m
1C wkfiiirf bmiinatie rlncecrar .art advices for
SMeUaa4V cenucavh The best ffer for Eastern
arrwAtare4X cent, 0 day time, free on board car.
JtHtr rtL T crrdtt and a bmkerap: off at the twint
of rltrerj At tbe ckow hoMers are firm, and the
TiWr if a modern. de mind for pood
XitT. ftvr vrorcrV trade Ttie pickllbc reason 1cins
-th trr, tlK.tfemtndf trom the rinrar makers 1r
vlrCTrC OIX hlrt S7rentt caih Two cirocf
ar HitftfM i New Bedford 1 mm the whaler.
Tire Meamer Zeatandia arrlred TrtrrdiT afternoon
ta " 4an and 1 hoar fro att Ihe cauMif
ber May ma the of the Exiliih mail at
Wliae from Forelcn porti to rrport
tbtvwk Am bklne Enreka. Ftrar Aujcr Xlead, Am
bvaaeCRa, Am Arowh ht?orthc n
Lr ".t all from an lrancf ko. Am blv KcTcre from
Bit. and Am bk. Martha KidrouL frum Tort
IS an Br Zealandia f rum ban t rancieco
Tfc 2vpanare were Haw rchr -Jennie Walker for
JVatHnr, IfUndt, Am telne Win G Irwin for San
F andsca and lit atmr Zealandla. for bjdnry.
Taw ffceamer AnjfT Head, which ku to hare railed
To Hwnrton on Xonday last, will not lea re before
Jf H4yvir"riedjy next.
kwdtnc for Sin FranclKo, are the bark
Kalatrau a atarday or Alondar, to be followed by the
3 urefca and Anna.
aallfne Teiei from the Coait will be the
1m& ImmTtm. doeibe latter part of next L
Mr Afem boWo hit Utt ercnln vale of the
tamwiipw Mtghtat hl Salea-room The offerins com-J
an anrtnieft of Jewclery. UohcmUn ware, ctc
l iUMr tor New zar preeenti
POBT OP HONOLULU.
See H Am bVine Earrka. Emerson, from San Fran
Ilr ar Acjer llej;d. llitpea. from ban Fran
S Am bk Kerere. Ndntrre. from analmo
S-An enr tarhonnd. Haneen. from tan Fran
r An bkltre BIU. Brownell, from ban rran
Am w bk erthera Ucht, . from S F
56 An bk Martha Hideout, lckbnrr, from I'ort
rr JOXSS Xealancia, Cheralier, from San Fran
Drc SI Haw rchr Jennie Waller, for Fanning' Is
Ham ltk CMclatA. Orlando, for Ibrral Itoads
Ara bktne tv G Irwin. Turner, for baa Fran
ST rj ZraUadU. Cbeialier for jdney
Kemnt TK Kb Zealandla, II Chrralicr, Coaman
. frma Sin
'ot I"ti US p u diacbarced San Franclaco Pilot.
Fiae weather experienced fr firet tn daja when
wrtc iatberlr rale wttfe hearr head aea aa met
vita ma c lartra Sad andC3ru, In contequence of
wtiMh t 1.1 tie bad to be reduced lo half rpeed for
iftweerrbeara. Kccehrcd llonolola Pilot onboard
S'th. SsSS Bi
' From Sae rranaaco. perEnrfka. Dec SI J A Urn-v.
t r MiM C O 5 par. machinery. IS
xaaka raroHoe; UiDinrham & II pkr Iron and rteel.
V li oes , IlollesCj t plt, Klnler Co.!
BarMor. J S atker. 4 c boc, E 1' Adama, H pkr,
f i future McLean Itroa ti ca rIaMare, Lewers A
t A- I mdre. ISM Porta. Bsl bi.dla thlnrlea , Geo F
Vnu rptanwa. IrllcKlbb!.2 drnr 1 bag meal;
olXCmtt.i:cf bacon Mav i Co, 15 pkr. lea. 1014
TT croc fl akt Soar AW Ilurn S33 pkc rrocWUqr
ISroii JtCo,30ojwhUkv,C E Williams, 10 bales
Ur jt Tnraltnre M Co SI c ahoea.ll
r dr cnoda. 40 seata tranka, Sb pkr tobacco; M llder Jt
ti fxioatm. it pVr Ulnda and windon a, 4t rka feed,
SMC ilMTea. Ilfi pkr material. SS bbl beef: Hyman
r tjeaflata. Ilart llroa. 40 eka potatoes, it
: e lKea. a rk f roit, J T W alerhouse. 4ST pkc
foe w ka floor. I bolkSouwa, II calrea, horaea. 2
epa fowls. Hackfeld Co 3 ska lionr. 1 c
SSbWsbeef I lib) cider (2 pkr feed, ITS bes bone
ftira' I plow lr samples SOpkghhld good; E O Hall
4 g Z bza potlv SU aks Hoar, 4 toca Irtm, S5 pkg
kdware. le rjpc Jses aoap,ca varniah, C II Jndd,
ski ran t radse; T H Baviea.S safes, a) pkc iron
Topper I kef rirrts. SO bis spikes. ott A Co.S fianrca,
K . bran, c pig croc and sundry parcels to address
US; pl to CMcee trai
Fna San Francisco, per Stashonnd. Dec S3d I cs;
fmrrurr and ptctarea. 3W sks bran W sks oaU. 40 bxs
candles. SUc Chinese groceries. 40 bxs crackers, " ca
Taarrcoods n bread. 1 1 pkr. books, 240 ak barley,
V- lur fear. S pk leather belting
From lwt lUakelr. per Martha Rideont, Dec S4 K7,.
14 tl ronrt tnmber. ft faced lumber, XM6 m ihin
: Cag poles K sks potatoes.
From analmo, per Ilevcre, Dec 231180 tons coal.
Trom Kan Francisco, per Ella Dec 16 a lot of can-ed
roods. 44S cognac, a lot flour a ca crackers. SU
bbr rime sks bran. oats, wheat, corn. 4 ca cigars, 10
esnalL.Cpkrttei.il bdls paper. SS cs beef, 60 sks
rwtatoe. 2" kx tin plates I0U ks crocked barley. 103
pe. ewrr pipe. H bICs bread. 1 pkgs furnltnre.Shorses
z rows, a enl of ha. Irs brushes, I spur wheel), 1 ci
atrnra.4cssalo,onle)tles. lOrs meal, 16 ci hardware
From San Francisco per Anjer Ili-ad. Dec 2! ITS pkg
rtB.SSpkipapeT,!Obxitca,CSpkp firecrackers, and
a sot of CMneae adse.
From ban FranctKX). per Zealandla. Dec 27 53 pkra
tobacco aaactoara fee books, 1SS f kg dry goods. jpkg
esmare tnmnier. 0 cs fresh era. as kgs batter. 6 ca
lste goods, epksajewetry, 2tSc fruit, and!C4 pkg
ForSat Fratjttsco perW a lrwln.ec
lbsnee.b40UlbssBrar.SSl hnehs bananas shipment
KahBlai injb Iba stcar. al. Dom (TSKja.
per Jenne Walker. Dec SI A lot
of provision and stores. J alne Dom S1.&3
From Jian Francisco, yer anjex Head, Dec 22 16
Cbntrse and X Chinaman in transit for Hongkong
an Frxnctseo. perFIl Dec23 f rankCuurches
J! N Jio.sman. C Mennlcer. J Hanson, tt Besserger W
We.arr.Jirs browncHand Child, Ilr Dro.nell, Lorn
Frna fan Francisco, per Eureka, Dec 21 E Albsugh.
X W rauaan. K L Ha;er
Tor Fannnr Is., per Jennie Walker. Dec 21st Mr J
TttckmH and wife. Jlaster Blcknell. G B Orrlg, Ab
Obee. and 1 Kanaka
For&anFranctseo. jsrWOIrwin. Dec 56th Frank
E Turee. 3 T Brady G L Wolf. C M Welsh.
From Sao FrancWo. per Zealandla. Dec 27 Mlsa
ran. Ararmratrr. Sir. JMUat Jr.MlssA Halstead,
.COf and wife Dr Tisdale. Miss King. Mlsa Jndd.
Mrs M ar Fee nurse and Infant. E Mclnerny. B R Hindi
and wire. Miss E Kirk. J C .ale and wire, m r ruler.
J Brrwer Mr Karelian wire and ei rant, Mr Genbert,
Her A Mmpson and wife, Mrs J W Tbomprcn. Dr I, 8
Adams. Cap! K de Doirooskl, F II
rkUif. Mr Lewia. A Matban Miss Ttrodte. E A
i M H Hememann. J C Glade, Dr 3 T Wells and 32
n e eleeracv.
at the Chnrcics.
Tbe canal Christmas semcea were held at the
various churches. At Tort Street there was a
ohSdrena service in the morning and a praise
am-nee in the evening. The organ and pulpit
et Terr prrUily decorated with flowers. The
praise ssmoe oomrcsnord with an organ
tellrat good tidings to Zion "
lodowsd by the grand old hymn, "Praise God
trom Wbom all bleeainga fluw." Other pieoes
were ctrea al vanoca parts of the setnoe the most
xwaoemhle bexng the anthem Brightest and Best "
in which Mrs. J. IL JPaty sang a solo moat
the full chorus of the "Gloria" from
liosartaUthMass. The Kev.J. A. Cruian
aadpjeasing Christmas address.
At Si. Andrew's the church was beautifully
decorated: the wcrrea waa ornamented with leu
of leras, ralm fronds, Jilba and illuminated texts,
-the shaz with terns and bouquet of roses, the
frfrlJy fr " t font wan a mass
of wtate flowers smdrCTtheryfoUage. There was a
fcJl choral eemce: bv request tho old bat ever
rcctaUr Jackson's Te Dcxrm was sung ; the anthem
In tbe besinmng was the Word " was introduced
lya.tcoeiHtofaUUvesunK byilr.Swanry followed
by solo and chorus, the Kolo by Miss
TJm orcaaeoanded ispeoallj well,
tbe imSrumexitts a really ne one and Mr. Taylor
makes Ibebeet rf it.
Tbe Eer. Tr. Damon preached an impressive
aHtrraoa at the Bethel, and the choir tang an
fliMniiMTiiismiii rhriatraaa bymrta. At the
BaanaaCmtbobeQlhedral there was high mass in
Ibeiaormng. sad after Tjajers then was some
The GoTernracnt wind-mill on the hill hack of
Pnn&hou mi partly blown down on Saturday.
Telephone communication ha been cot off in
tome instance by branches of trees snapping the
The Coualna will hold their monthly meetino; on
Saturday evening at the residence of Hon. S. N.
Teaterday roominc, Bawlin'a Soap "Works at
Lelto, were entered and a quantity of tallow stolen
There were Tery heary windi last Saturday and
Sunday nod noma damage was done. We may call
it real winter weather.
The Chinaman who is suspected of hsring com
mitted the Manoa Valley murder was captured
and brought to town bulThnrsday.
Kew Year's Day fnlhng on Sunday, Monday
January 2d, will be observed instead. All
ment omces wiu tie cioaea on mat oay.
The steamer Ztolanila arrired in a fine run of
7 days and 1 boar from San Francisco, she sailed
again last evening at 11 o'clock for Sydney.
Bt the Ztalandia we notice the antral of E. P.
Adams, Geo. Castlo and wife, Dr. Tisdale, K. K.
limdx and wife Rnd others, after a brief sojourn
What does the Saturday Ptw mean by a " hasty
pnte" of an express wagon? Does it mean that
the express had a door which shnt with a patent
spring hastily T
Fears are entertained for the safety of the
schooner Julia, which was last heard of at anchor
at Kobolalele, Hawaii. The LtltUbt saw nothing
of her on her last down trip.
The new church at Kanniikspili looms up
higher and higher: the workmen are now getting
ready U pnt on the roof: there aoems every prospect
of the building being a really fine one.
Mails from the coast have followed one another
in rapid ancoession. the Eurtla and Anjtrlltad
arrived on A cdnesday, the JftaoAoKiiiJ on Friday,
the Ella on Saturday, the Cotuurlo on Sunday, and
the Zrnlanita yesterday.
The Young Men's Christian Association will
bold n special meeting at the Lyceum on Thursday
evening at 7.30, to consider the revision of
their present Constitution. A full attendance of
members is requested.
A story is going round of a Chinaman who was
stopped lato on Thursday night on Beretimi
street, by two men who attempted to rob him.
Tbestorj needs confirmation however. We remember
a similar highwayman scare some years ago.
On Saturday next Mr. Edwin Browne takes a
benefit on tbe occasion of his last appearance before
the Honolulu public Mr. Browne has shewn
so much energy in catering tor the public that he
deserves well at their hands, and we predict a
Our Maui and Hawaii citizens are under
itions to Hon. S. G. Wilder in detaining the
Et&imer Lilxhlt yesterday to enable tbe
to send the Eastern letters per Ztalandta
to their destination on these Islancs. The Lile-Me
sailed at Crji.
The preparatory meeting this (Wednesday) evening
at Fort Street Church, will have for its theme.
" lbsl what has been its record 7" The hour will
be given up, largely, to an experience meeting, and
will be closed with a ten minute sociable. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
On tbe last trip up of the steamer LilrlUe, a
native woman, while attempting to jump from the
small boat to the wharf at Lanpahoeboe missed
the latter and was severely bruised before being
rescued. On her return the steamer, owing to the
rough sea prevailing, was unable to effect a binding
There was a narrow escape from fire last Thursday
evening. A lamp in tbe engine house set firo
to n shelf which was above it. An alarm was
quickly given however and tbe fire put out ; in the
closet in which the firo broke out there was a
can of kerosene stored, which fortunately the tire
did not reach, otherwise we might have had a
conflagration to chronicle.
We have had the pleasure of looking over a
pretty little yacht which has been built by Mr.
Wall during his leisure hours; the little vessel is a
ery pretty model and promises to be a safe sailer.
It h a wonder that there is so little boat-sailing in
and around our harbor; perhaps the sight of this
dainty little craft will set others trj ing to emulate
her. Sir. Wall expects to launch her in a fortnight.
Another "steamer scare" on Saturday night; the
Ltltlile being ahead of time, the man at the
signal station mistook her lights for those of tbe
Ztalandia, and telephoned accordingly; the intelligence
was duly sent round to the various expectant
homes, and when a conple of hours after the
mistake was discovered there were several disgusted
Mr. Cecil Brown's residence on tho plaina ran a
narrow chance of being destroyed by fire on Monday
afternoon. Shortly after his return home,
Mr. Brown noticed the smoke coming from his
servant's room. The fire was promptly put out
with tbe garden hose, but the bedding and part of
the bedstead were destroyed. Smoking in bed was
probably the canse.
Kew buildings are immediately to be constructed
at the Leper Hospital Bt Fisherman's Point, tbe
present accommodation being insufficient. We
are informed that there is no difficulty in getting
people to come to the hospital. A man came the
other day of Ins own free will and gave himself
up. In several casts Dr. Fitch has decided that
the patients show no signs of leprosy and they will
consequently be discharged.
There are no tidings of the little schooner Warwick,
which we reported last eek as missing and
it is feared she has foundered '1th all on board in
some of the heavy gales we ha had lately, bho
left thia jxwt on tho 21st nit, for i Leper Settlement
on Molokai, and after touching at a port on
Lanai, proceeded to Kalaupapa, which owing to
the wind and heavy sea, she could not make and
was forced to proceed to sea; this was the last
that was seen of her.
Tbe workmen's houses and dining-room behind
the LunaliloHome which Mr. Thomas had erected
for the convenience of his men, was wrecked by
the wind on Saturday morning last. The destruction
waB pretty complete; about $150 worth of furniture,
crockery, Ac was smashed. Fortunately no
ono was in the building at the time. Again comes
the question, why is there not some one whose
business it is to see that people are not allowed to
erect buildings that will blow down, no matter for
how temporary a purpose they may be put up ?
The subject of sinking an artesian well at some
convenient point in the city, whence ships could
be supplied, is now under consideration. It is also
desirable to see whether wells ran be successfully
sunk in the lower part of the city this experiment
will be delayed somewhat on account of the want
of tubing- Artesian well water for shipping would
add to the attractions of our port. At present
considerable complaint is made about the quality
of the water supplied at some seasons of theyear.
no trust tne experiment win oe successiui.
The artesian well at Mokiki is down 9S5 feet,
water has risen in it to within 150 feet of the surface.
The drill is now in hard rock and the progress
is very slow. The men at work complain of
small pieces of rock falling in upon the sides because
the well is not tubed: they say there is danger
of the drill and pump becoming wedged at tho
bottom: the trouble haB increased since the last
earthquake, when it is thought the rock on the
sides was much loosened. Ito tubing is to be had
at present and the Minister of Interior has decided
to suspend the work until tubing can be obtained.
The Celestial likes to keep the feasts and holidays
of the " white lnraders," and among others
Christmas comes by no means amiss. Two Chinese
in company with a Hawaiian bad evidently been
celebrating it pretty thoroughly, for late on bun-day
afternoon they charged up jtuuanu avenue in
a buggy, going two forty. At the corner of the
Pauoa valley road they turned sharp round and
skillfully overturning their vehicle landed themselves
neatly all over the road. Result a cut face,
a dislocated arm, a considerable quantity of
spoiled clothing and a hat or two smashed in. It
was a wonder that none of them were killed, or
that they had not collided with some carriage
causing a really serious accident. Of course there
was no policeman within sight on the valley road.
On Monday evening a collision occurred in the
harbor near the foot of Fort street, between tho
steamer C. ft. Bishop and the schooner Hoimau,
which fortunately did not result seriously. The
C It Lukop was swinging round preparatory to
starting for Knual when the Waimalu, which was
also going lo sea, was observed approaching at a
rapid rale towards the west corner of the Esplanade,
a collision of a serious nature appear to
be imminent when Capt, Berry of the C. It. Buhop
promptly backed his vessel close to the wharf,
while the schooner escaped sinking the hull of the
steamer, but ran foul of her bowsprit, carrying
aaaya portion of the tt'auMilu't rigging on the
port side, which necessitated her return to repair
damages. The damage to the steamer was triflinr .
and she proceeded on her voyage. A number fU
Kauai passengers were on the Dithep, and great
credit is due to Capt. Berry for his energy in
averting the impending danger, which other
wise must have resulted in serious loss of life, and
the probable "tnnr; of one or both of the vessels.
On Saturday last the match game of Foot-Ball
between the Seniors and Juniors of Honolulu was
pHyrdon the Becreation Ground. It was a most
friendly and enjoyable game throughout, but was
rather onesided on account of the superiority of
the Junior in their play. This reflects great
credit on them as most of them had never played
attune of Foot-Ball under regular Uugby Union
Bules. Whereas the majority of the Seniors were
old hands at the game. From this it need hardly
be aaid that the Juniors came oil victorious, and
they are now to be congratulated again upon another
and well-tamed Ttctoij over the Seniors of
the community. The game although announced
to take .place from 10 till 11 lot., did not take
place till 10J5, owing to several members of both
sides not having turned up. Even then neither
side had its full number. The BeT. W. A. Swan
having won the toss for the Seniors decided to
play against the wind for the first half hour. Mr.
Loom then et the boll in notion and play began in
right good earnest. The first five minutes soon
decided who were the better men and in less than
ten minutes a touch down was obtained for tho
Juniors by J odd, whose good and careful running
beat any that the Seniors could show. The kick at
the goal was lost. Tbe ball was then set going
again,and this time the Seniors worked hard to get
it towards their opponents goal, but in Tain the
Juniors were too much for them and were improving
in their play every minute. In a Tery
short time the ball was again taken behind the
posts, this time by Torbert, This try also failed.
Kothing more of importance happened till the call
of half-time. After a rest of fire minutes the
ball was again set in motion, this time by tbe
Seniors. The kick was well followed up by them,
and the Juniors were compelled to touch down in
their own goal for self defence. It was hoped now
tnat witu inecnange ox goals ana toe wina in
their favor there would be better luck for the
Seniors, who were now strengthened by two or
three more players. Bnt time soon proved that
this was not to be. In spits of the good collaring
and plucky defence of the Seniors, the Juniors
were too much for them and before tame was
called two more kicks at goal had been tried by
tbe latter, being obtained respectively by Jndd
andTcrbert. Tbe game thus ended in a victory
for tbe Juniors by four tries at goal to nil. The
bad kicks at goal are to be attributed to the wind,
which was blowing very hard the whole of the
time, which made it almoat impoeaible to do anything
in the way of goal kicking. There were
several pieces of good play on both sides. Tbe
passing of the Juniors was very good towards the
end of the game. The Seniors, being a heavier
and stronger set than their opponents distinguished
themselves in the collaring. For the Seniors,
Messrs. Adams, Dowsett and Sproul played very
well. For the Juniors, Messrs. Lucas, Jndd, Torbert
and Coney. Following are tbe respective
sides: Seniors Monsarratt, Hewett, Sproul, Wallace,
Smithies, PerrT (Forwards); Whiting, Dowsett,
(Quarter Backs); Holdsworth. Adams, (Half
Backs); Swan, (Captain) and Tucker (Goal).
Juniors H Wodebouse, Jones, Coney, Lucas,
Lishman. Torbert, Judd, Crabbe, Wilder, Hej don,
and G. Wodehouse (Captain). According to present
arrangements a return match will be played
at the same place, on Saturday week, (Jan. ith).
Five miles of telephonic wire are to be pnt along
the Mahnkona and Kohala railroad.
Mr. Wilder intends proceeding with his weU.
He takes up the tools again this week.
A very bnght light was seen at Hilo from the
direction of Eilanea on Saturday evening last.
Eilauea is undoutedly very active at present.
At Waiakea, Hilo, on Saturday morning, Sec
17th, Mr. Wm. Fljnn was found dead in his bod.
At the coroner's inquest an autopsy was ordered
which resulted in finding the cause of death to be
tbe bursting of an enormous aneurism of the
aorta. Mr. Flynn was seen about town on Friday
afternoon apparently in good health.
Dr. Hammond has taken up the role of Dr.
Fitch and has gone to work with a will. He finds
his time fully occupied in attending to this lately
much neglected district.
Beports wh ch slate that there has been rain
over all Kaum ae errot eons. A correspondent
states that from ulnna in Hanapepe, a distance of
15 miles or so, there has been no rain at alL
The fishermen are rejoicing oxer the re-appearance
of a fish called the kumio. It has not been
seen for a number of years. What cause there 13
for its appearance and then lengthened disappearance
is unknown. Naturalists to the fore.
At Kilauea, Dec 22d, tho weathor had again
became very boisterous, after a spell of four days
calm. Shipping sugar was totally impossible, but
it was expected that the Jama Makte would lay
over till Monday or Tuesday in hopes of taking on
some of the 3,000 which are ready for her.
Artesian well boring in the Garden Island cannot
be regarded as a success. W ork has for some
time been stopped on the new artesian well at
Kekahn. A depth of 175 feet had been reached,
and the water was only a few inches from the
surface. The owners, however, decided to desist
and all the machinery has been shipped to Honolulu,
except tbe engine which seems to be a tongh
morsel for the C. U. Bithop to carry.
Homicido on Board tbe Steamer Anjer
Early on Christmas morning a report ran round
town that a Chinaman had been shot on board the
steamer Anjer Head. On enqunng we find the
facts to be as follows: The homicide occurred
about seven o'clock. The steamer had hauled off
from the wharf and was anchored in the stream
preparatory to go to sea on Monday. As soon as
the shooting was reported to the Captain, he put
the second officer, who had done the shooting,
under arrest and then started off to the Bhore.
On landing, Captain Koper went directly to tho Hotel
and not to the station hocse; from there be telephoned
to the station house: Marshal Parke was
immediately called for, and a soon as possible
six policemen were sent off to the ship the Attorney-General
and the Marshal following shortly
after. The dying man was al once removed from
the ship, as his presence on board tended to keep
up a great excitement among tbe Chinese passengers.
A preliminary examination took place on
board, tbo spot where the man was killed was examined
and measurements were taken. Certain
Chinese eye-witnesses of the affair were picked out
and they and the secend officer were taken ashore.
At tho station house the written statements of
the witnesses were taken down by tho Attorney-General
and bis Deputy. 'Iheevent seems to have
happened in the following manner: The Captain
bad ordered bunks to be made m the place of the
cargo which had been discharged here. These
were being put up by Chinese carpenters who were
working their passage over: to facilitate their
work the Captain had ordered breakfast to be
served to them at 6.30 instead of 7, the regular
hour for breakfast. On Sunday at 7 the men had
not received their breakfast and the second officer
went into the galley and asked the first cook why
it was not ready. The statement of the chief cook
is, that he replied that m consequence of tbo vessel
being in harbor there was no steam to cook with,
and therefore he had been unable to get the breakfast
ready. The second officer at once struck at
him and ho parried tbe blow with a ladle. The
second officer says that the chief cook used violent
and insulting language. He retired aft and drawing
his pistol advanced again into the galley in
search of the chief cook, whom he wished to arrest
for insubordination. He did not find him, the
cook having hidden himself in the Chinese
doctor's room. The second officer approached
another cook who was in tbe galley ; this man he
charges with using violent and indecent language:
he seized him and attempted to drag him aft to
the Captain's quarters, holding the revolrerin his
right hand. The Chinaman struggled and in tbe
Bcuffie tho pistol went off, the bullet entering the
top of the head the man died about two hours
after. The Chinese witnesses say that the man
who was killed used no abusive language, but this
is denied by the officer.
It may appear extraordinary that an officer
should draw a pistol when having an altercation
with ono of tbe crew. In explan tion of this we
may say that probably every Chinese passenger on
board tbe Anjer Head it armed, that the men are a
very rough lot, that discipline has to be strictly
enforced and that tbe white men who have to
these people are verv few in number.
At the Police Court on Monday the second officer
of the Anjer Head was charged with manslaughter
in tne tirst degree ; no waived examination and too
case was sent to the Supreme Court for trial. Ihe
trial will probably take place on Monday next.
Captain llojwr wilt wait fur a week in ordr to see
tbe result ot Ihn trial, in spite of his ship being
liable to a heavy demurrage. The Captain gives
the prisoner a good record, and the Chinese- on
board say there has never been any trouble before.
Ov Christmas eve, Ml. Browne produced at the
theatre, the promised pantomime of Humpty
Dumpty. He certainly redeemed his promise ad
mirably. He had said we were to have a real pantomime
in Honolulu, and he has given cs one which
far exceeded ocr expectations. Mr. Browne must
have put a great deal of hard work into bis piece.
Honolulu does not present a large field from which
to draw the material for getting up a piece of this
sort, but it has been got together somehow and
Tery excellently drilled. Tbe pantomime opens
with the traditional cottage, old man, maiden,
lover and naughty boy. The course of true lore
as usual does not run smooth and it requires the
offices of a benevolent fairy godmother to set matters
straight and start tbe fun. Thislittleopemng
act was very cleverly played ; not a word is spoken,
every feeling is denoted by signs, and nods, and
yet the story was so plainly told, that the youngest
child in the audience thoroughly understood it,
tbe pantomimists deserve great credit for the manner
in which this was managed. The fairy, a
bright and young little fairy she is, who spoke the
.few lines slotted to her dearly and nicely, uses her
power, as usual, to transform the characters into
down, pantaloon, harlequin and columbine.
The Harlequinade was really thoroughly amusing,
plenty of tncks and odd transformations. We had
the regular pilfering of fish, the strings of sausages,
the stolen babies, tbe rogueries of clown,
the stillness of pantaloon, and the Harlequin moving
all by the power of his wand. The lightning
express train, which dashes across the stage,
and pantaloon is only just saved by the good nature
of the clown was a most thrilling adventure.
The Kenmi brothers added considerably to the interest
of the entertainment, by their excellent performance
on the horizontal bar and trapese.
Some of their feats were really Terr fine, as good
as wnat we have seen in tbe Crystal Palaceand the
Alhambra in England. They are a fine looking
pair of young fellows, and do their performance
in an easy, graceful manner without strain or effort,
which is Tery pleasant to see. Miss Boyer who
plays the part of Columbine, sang' two pretty
songs, tbe first of which was enthusiastically encored.
She was in excellent voice, and, sang better
than we have ever heard her. Tbe piece concluded
with a very pretty transformation scene, calcium
light, blue, red and green fire, a graceful arrangement
of "Merry Christmas' and the: curtain came
down to agood round of applause. We have never
aeon in Honolulu such a suitable piece to take
children to. We are quite sure that every youngster
who &x will be delighted. We were sorry
not to see a bettor house than turned out last Saturday,
and trust that the next performance will be
better patronized. Mr. Browne deserrea support.
Look out for tho Matinee to-day.
"Chinese Immigration" by George F. Seward, late
United States Minister to China.
In this book, lately issued from the press, Mr.
sSeward deals with the social and economical features,
of Chinese Immigration, so far as it touches
the interest of the United States. His views will
certainly not be acceptable to the people of the Pacific
slope, for he does not fear a vast invasion of
Chinese. On tbe other hand be brings up his
proofs to Bhow that they have been of great benefit
to California. Heatea the railroad building,
the agricultural operations, tbe manufacturing
business as having been made possible only with
Kharo competition from the Eastern States his
been met only by the cheap wages of thete people,
and much of "tho prosperity of the State is due to
it. No one really denies this. No reasonable man
disputes it. It is the future which troubles the
tnougutlul. ivery man on ine n estern slope osas
himself tbe question, when shall I be driven out of
my occupation by these skillful, industrious
Mr. Seward snswers in a most comfortable way.
He insists first that the Chinese are "hewers of
wood and drawers of water." He believes that
when brought in sharp conflict with the'rhiteraoe,
they will fail in maintaining themselves. He cites
the opinions of many persons on this point. He
believes that if the Chinese remain long in any
country, they will contract expensive babtta, and
refuse to work for low wages. He believes their
morals are quite equal to other peoples' morals.
The complaint that they refuse to assimilate with
Americans, he meets by saying that the Americans
refuse to let them. Our own experience here is,
that they "assimilate" so rapidly, that the natives
find themselves deprived of wives, and the young
women going to tbe Chinese in preference. Mr.
Seward rather intimates that John Chinaman will
not hesitate to marry American women, if they
will only consent. Many pages of the book are
devoted to the subject of Chinese " overflow.' He
insists that they are not an emigrating race. If
they were, be says they would hire overrun Coiea,
Lew Chew, Anam, Siam and Burmah. Ihey do
not even swamp Formosa. Inferior races, Mr.
Seward claims, never move into the temtoryof
superior races, with tbf idea ot settlement. The
possessions of the Netherlands in the Malay Archipelago,
he says, are not far distant from China.
"They are therefore very accessible to the Chinese.
The Chinese are described as uniformly far superior
to the natives, intellectually and physically.
They are enabled to buy lands. In 183G, eighty per
cent, of the lauds belonging to private individuals,
were in the hands of Europeans, and oighteen per
cent, Chinese owned." There are not over 100,000
Chinese in Java. In Singapore, in 1871, there were
97,111 people. Of these, tho Chinese numbered
54,572. This indicates, Mr. Seward thinks, a reluctance
on the part of the Chinese to emigrate.
His comparison between the Malays and Chinese
is not very comforting to those who believe in tho
divine mission of tbo Malays to re-people this
Kingdom. "Nine tenths of the traders now in
Singapore are Chinese" he adds. As only a few
hundred thousand, from tbe several hundred millions
of Chinese have emigrated, it is a correct inference.
Mr. Seward says, that they are not an
emigrating people, and America has little to fear
from them, while Mr. Seward's arguments may be
comforting to Americans, it can hardly be pleasant
to us. If, as he thinks, the Chinese will attempt
to crowd in upon the inferior races only, we
may have something to fear. The rapid way in
which they are supplanting the Hawaiians in rice
culture and taro planting, shows that their "victories
of peace," are by no means fruitless. Mr.
Seward's book is full of interesting statistics, but
the literary execution is faulty. The style is loose,
and wordy. It gives, however, a presentation of
tbe case, which will be interesting to those who are
concerned in this subject. The Chines question
with us is a different affair. If 50,000,000 of sturdy
Americans are startled at the advent of 100,000
Chinamen, it might be supposed that the 53,000
European and natives would be inafnghtfol scare
over the coming of 11,000 Chinamen. That they are
not so, may be owing to the fact that they are utterly
careless of the future of the country, or feel
themselves perfectly able to oope with tbe question.
It may be as well to notice this aspect of the case ;
that if we do not settle these domestic matters
ourselves, some one else may do it for us. We can
hold the mastery or we can yield it. Which shall
we choose ?
4innF.lt OP 811) 0 wE"sRK W.G
IRWIN CO-drawn by Mr. Duct In favor of Mr.
Joy. Any one finding it will please leave it with Mesars.
IKVVIN A CO , as payment baa bten Hopped on It.
I.E4SF (0 YEAItS AT. ICO per MONTII.)
House 10 rooms, detached Kitchen. Bath Houe,
2 Chicken nouses, lame vard. close fence, all In
good order; the furniture if requiml Apply to
A II. HOUGHTON,
No 16 Richard St. bet Merchant and Qneen SU. 885 it
Notice to Tax-Payers.
rpnilK IIOAItllOFTAX AIl'EtI.t HAVING
m. completed their work. All decisions on Appeal!
sre now In the hands of the Tar. -Collector.
Chairman of the Boird of Tax Appeals for Honolulu.
Dec 28, 1881.
Warranted not to Ratti Break! or Wetr OutI
All styles and sizes at
S8J HOLLISTER & CO.'e
TIJIY DI.NIIttm.F, JIOTIK.
MTIIAT on Ivuuanu Avenue whereon Is erected a
most comfortable Residence, situate on H acres
of beautiful cultivated roll, abounding In tropical Fruit
and other Fruit Trees, together wlln .ill modern Improvements,
btable Carriage House, Servants Boom
and other out houses, wster throughout. Pasture of
superior quality en the premises fur four Horses the
The ownir offers this line Homestead for Sale in
consequence of leavln; the Kingdom,
tnr Apply or Address O. SEGELKEN.
883 5t Honolulu, II. I.
tofoVe existing between G Trunsseau A. W. II. Purvis,
for the purpose of carrying on bngar Planting In
theDIstilrt ofllamakus, Ilanill, under the name of
O. Trousseau Purvis has been dissolved by mutual
consert from date of October 1st, JS81.
Mr. W. II. PutslsofHamakua, and Mr. John Purvis
of Kinaldy. Scotland, having purchased the Interest of
(J. Trousseau In Ihe late firm, have entered Into partnership
from same datennder the style and name of
W. H, PBKVIb A. CO and will cany on the business,
assuming all the liabilities of the old firm.
835 70 31 W. II. PURVIS & CO.
P. A. COSTA, Proprietor.
Late Chief Steward of Etmr. " Llkellke.'
BOARD Br Tilt! DAY Hit WfcF.K U.T
TtESOXABLE TERMS. "
The Table Is supplied with the beat the Market affords.
at all hours of tho day. ca
J. Q. lil. JM.
MEMBERS OF COUNCILS OF TilU L 0.
G. M., established in the Hawaiian Islands,
j re hereby notified lh.it in accord iiice with
Article lOlli, Section 20d, of tho Bales of the
DISTRIBUTION OF SURPLUS MONEY 1
on hand, will take place on the same
evening, as the Eleclon 6f Officers, namely:
Dec. 20th. Members in good standing; on the
Books to December 31st, 16SI, are entitled to
share in the distribution, and a full attendance
is desired PER 0HDER.
Honolulu, Dec. 24th, I6S1. 6S5 It
Music Hall !
FRIDAY EVEJTg DEC 30,
The Entertainment for Christmas
"Week. Programme :
1 Gavotte Capen
S Suet. The Song of th&-a. Rubinstein
MBS. CKUZAN JHRS JTJDD.
3 Hamlet Act 3d, bcene 4th .Ll Shakespeare
4 Concerto C. Jllnorffor two In, ynmentsJ.Beetlioven
MRS. JUI1D AND MISS CASTLE.
& Huo From.Opera ofTJoan D'Are
1MBS. 3. H. PATT AM) MB. F. A. nABNDEN.
6 Home, Sweet Home , .Thalbers
MISS CASTLE. .
of Sicily Longfellow
car Admission, SI JO and 103. All Seats Seserved a
Whitney A Robertson's, after 9 a. m. Wednesday, December
SSth. n7InitramrnU to be rued on this occasion
are a Large Chlcierlnj and Upright Steinwiy
Net Proceeds for tke Benefit ofOahu
College Building Fhr.
RECEIVED FROM GLASGOW
BT THE BRITISH BARK
" SIR L.AJVCJEJLOT,"
SUITED TO THE WANTS OF
Town and Country Trade !
OJECfer 3Fo:r Sal,
LOWEST MARKET RATES!
THE CARGO CONSISTS AS FOLLOWS:
BALES OF THE CELEBRATED
Stripe Sugar Bags
Plain and Twilled Qualities, tar All Planters
these as the UKsT bUOAR BtGS for the
price, ev er imported here. Also, bales of Extra Twilled
ASbOItTED SIZES. BALES OF
Seaming & Roping Twine !
THREE, FOUR AND FIVE PLY;
Bndls. Best Hoop Iron,
3-1. T-8, 1 and 1 1-4 Inches;
6, T, 8 and 9 fret lengths of the Celebrated SMITH
AM4.CLEAN. Makers. Guaranteed to be the BEST
ARTICLE Imported here, f or vt hich we sre Sole Agents.
10, 11. 13. 13. and 14 Inch, of extra quality, and superior
to all otber makes Imported,
Bar Iron, Best, Best Quality
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SIZES;
Bars Steel. Anvils,
Tlces and Saucepans.
ALSO, BEST ANNEALED DRAWS'
ENGLISH FENCE WIRE.
NUMBERS 4, 5 AND 6;
English Portland Cement,
OF THE LEADING BRANDS;
FIRE CLAT &FIRE BRICKS
SQUARE AND ARCH;
DRUMS BOILED AND
EAW LINSEED OIL!
Superior White Lead SZinc
in galvanized kegs, 25 and 12W lb", kegl. Also,
Red Lead and Black Paint
English Blue Mottled
DOUBLE CH0WN BROWN SOAP,
S3 bars In a box.
Crates of English Crockery !
A large assortment, consisting ot
Dinner, Breakfast, Tea and Dessert Sets,
Toilet Sets, Plates, Bowls, Cups, Saucers Ac.
Casks of very fine
is "vsr .:el:e3 !
In large variety embracing:
Sherry, Port Hock, Liqueur and Champagne
Glasses, Tumblers, Decanters, Finger Howls,
Sets hngraved Jugs, and Glasses, Plates,
EJAnrl Other Fine and Moulded Glasses.
Axiniiister Brussels and
Velvet Carpets & Bugs !
Of New and Elegant Designs, Inclmllng
STALE AND BORDER CARPETS
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods !
N4.MELY: Linen and Cotton Sheeting sad Pillow
Linen, extra qualities and widths; LIneu and Cotton
Handkerchiefs, all sizes and qualities, a few extra fine
in fancy boxes, I dux. each
A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF FINE
Hemstitched Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Laces and Insertions, Black Beaded Lace,
Fancy Muslins, Fine Cloth & Casslnierea,
Drill Thread, Dress Goods,
Italians, Buttons, Tablo Covers, c, e.
Blankets, all sires; Woolen Shirts, In
variety; Table Cloths. Table Linen,
of exceptionally line make, a large assortment.
A small invoice of FIN? SHE CUETAIKS,
In elegant embroidered and figured patterns
something entirely new.
Wines and Liquors !
Is Variety. All Qualities and Brands
Cases McEWAN'S Ale and Stout,
IN QUARTS PINTS.
Casks W. and A. BOSS' CELEBRATED
GINGER ALE AND AERATED WATER I
For which we have been appointed SOLE AGENTS
for the Hawaiian Islands
360 tons of best
Scotch Splint COA1 !
The most economical for Plantation use.
6 MIrrlccs, Tate ts Watson's,
500631. Steam Clariflcrs,
And 10 Iron Coolers,
AISO,- A LARGE STOCK OF
On hand from previous Cargoes, all of which Is
SSI offered AT VERT LOW BATES. Jt
Ship Span For Sale.
rrtETEjr jfisk spars, for shisw r
A1 for sate. Inquire of CAT.D.HEMPsacWD,
81 a" otesra rag reie.
By E. P. APAKII.
ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28,
At 10 A. K. tt Bales Beam,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheetings, Prints, Flannel Undershirts,
Hickory Shirts, Undershirts,
Pants and Coats, Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Coverlets and Fancy Goods.
A line in Fresh. Groceries !
Sacks California Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Sacks Corn, Cases Hatter and Cbeeae,
Cases Crackers, Cases Medium Dread,
Coils Manila Hope, "Wrapping Paper, Ac
One 6001 SADILE HORSE,
4 Expresses Completes
A Special Consignment of
To be Sold in large Lots nlthout reierre.
ALSO, SIXBALSS OF SAY.
E. P. ADAMS. Anefr.
NEW YEAR'S SALE,
TH UESDAY EVENING, DEC. 29
At T o'clock, at Sales Room,
"W ltlaoixt Hosorvo,
Sooldlid G Jowclry,
Studs. Sleeve Buttons,
Children & Ladies' Ear-rings.
Ladies' Gold & Cameo Seta,
ONE PAIR OF
DIAMOND SOLITAIRE EAR-KINGS,
SOILITAIBE DIAMOND BUfGS I
FKOM 154 TO 2K CAKAT WEIUHT;
Largo Asst. Rolled Plate Jewelry
ALSO, BOHEMIAN WABE,
Cologne Sprays. Musical Instruments,
Acrordeons and Flue Mnslc Boxes. Also, a
Small Invoice of Elegant Carriage Ilugs.
E. P. ADAMS, Aucfr.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
made bv the Honorable A. Francis Jndd. Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, sitting as a Court of
rrouate, aatea uec oin, icoi, auu uy orueroi jioucn n.
Baker and John T. Usher. Admlnlitratnrs of the estate
ofHENKY A.KAHANU. deceased, the undersigned
nill sell at Public Auction on MONDAY the 9th dav of
JANUARY next at 13 o'clock Jl., at bis laliaroomon
Queen Street, all that piece of land situated at Kalla,
allilkl, Island of Oahu, on the ' maVnl " aide of King
street and on tne waikim 01 jiajor sioenonus a premises,
being part of the premises described In Royal
Patent 63X1 Kuleana 2061 to J. Kanronett noLoeau. the
same being more fully described In Deed of conveyance
frnm tmnnnl ik.i to Henrv A. Klhlnn. dated the Slat
day of March, A. D. 1ST3, and recorded In thi Hawaiian
lleglstry or lieeus. l.iuer, pp.sooanaw. brauia
lng an area of 3 910 acres
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
BU 63 E. P. ADAMS, Anct'r.
LIST OF LETTERS.
IN THE GENERAL
POST OFFICE, NOVEMUEH S5ni, 1881:
A Ellis. Mrs NS J'lll.Jno
Andersen, Fritz Eaerlieart, Mils Mancheatsr, Mra
Andrews, Sam Ldnards. Oeo Lulu
Anderson, Mrs Y Mitchell. Jno
B Feslar.Uto Miner. DrFL
Blgjart. John Fnedenberg, ITU Marye.Wm S
Kartell, Wm Murray, Peter
Brnndago. Nelson Ford. sW K
Brown, 11 II J French, On NeIlson,l)rChas2
Bradley, Harry Freeman, Henry Q
Brewer. A D Fredenburg, Miss Oakley, h. S
Ueckley. Miss M Mary O'Niel, James 3
Bray, Albert Fallngs.ChrlstlanOwen, Robert
Bartholf, T Wal- O OOrlen.John
dron Gllpatrlck, Capt Olson, A
Berry, Mrs Johana J V F
Barnes, Oeo L Greenfield, Dr C ration, Llnley
Beckler, George Uibbs.Mr Peters, John 3
(bxpressraau Graves, John 4 Phillips. Manuel
Bcckfurd, Robt Orace, John Pedlar, Wm U
Berpman, John Graves, Miss Del- It
Bellord. Miss la Roessler. Prof
Mary A H Ho". P II W
Buckley, Eugene Hamilton, Wal- Rowland, Mn S 3
Bojlan, Michael ter S Iledlngton, J J
Ueek, JohnJ Huon.ASt Russel.Dr Jno 8
C Hlgglns, Law- S
Chlpman, Capt J reuce C Slater, Ilil
L 2 Uardcaitle, SI- Stephens, Mary
Canning, Miss M mon Smith, Peter
E Heuston G A X Smith, Mrs Dan-
Chase. OH Hunon.Thos iel
Collins, Mra Hastings, Asa 8haw,Hrs Rebec-
I'lifford. Nathel L Hlngley. Mill ca
Coney, Miss Mary Mary E Sterenson, Dr E
Ann J Mnlth.Mr.lt J
Charlnelgh, II B Jordan, Tv W 2 Slders.Mrs O
Cashing, Mils Jones, E 4 Spencer, MriAna
Cox, O A 3 Jones, Amos P P
CIan.seu.lt Tf 8nlnk.M3
Courtney. A D Kelts, Geo II 3 Specknun, Diet-
Calson.P King, Mary rich
Calllhan, W E Kelly, Miss Flora Sjkes, Mn
Calds.ell.Mr King, Mrs Maria IS wain, Hiram
Collins, Ed Klatte, Chaa Shepherd, Jno
Collins. Jaa T, Smith. A F
Coughalt, John Long, Miss Ab- T
Clench, Miss ble 3 Taylor, Geo
Chapln, OII2 Llvlngitone.Mlu r W
Clarke, Ml. .Delia MJ3 Wood.W
Costa, P 2 Loves. Mill liana Wood. Wm Q
D Lewis.Henry B Wells, Mr
Davis, Preston Lcnch.Thos White. Wm 3
Den in cad, Henry Levy, Robt Wright, Dr
Desha, McphenL M Wallace. John 3
De Frees, W Macfarlane, J L White.RHD
Donaldson. John Morris, T Week,CaptWP
Duff, Freeman B Morrison, H II 2
Dolron.Llizle 4 Marshall, W Weir, Mrs Jno 112
Dole, Henry McLean, John V iebke, Miss Al-
Deel, Henry McGintn.Thos nlua
Dower, Mrs Jaa Morris. Mr Whlttlngton,
Ilnmal KM Miller. Alfred Wm
Daviei.JohnO McKay, A Wright, WHaoa
Dalgle.JM Mann. Sam! E Wohlers.L
Doff, O JlcLane.lt J Wakeman, Robt
Mahoney, Jaa Weight, Mrs W Jr
Parties enquiring for Letters In the above Lilt are
particularly requested to
Aak for Ailvertlaed Lrtter.
JNO-M. KAPENA. P. M. O.
LOOK AT THIS
OUR FKIK.IDS THROCGHOPT
WHILE Islands are contemplating what presents
would be must suitable for tbe coming Holidays,
they must not forjet that
Vickery's Fireside Visitor
would make one of the Most Agreeable Household Appreciations
that conld be desired to make the Home
Circle one of Cneerf nlneaa.
Thls Beautiful Pictorial Monthly
iDtrrmiaglrd with Most Excellent and
Literature, together with tbe Premiums,
Tiro Large Elegant Oil Paintings,
ON PLATE PAPER,
WHICH XRE GITU TO EACH StlBSCHIHH WITH THE FIRTS
ftUkTBEB OF THE PAPER,
are well worth five times the coit of subscription. No
pictoilal on the Islands baa a wider reputation, and no
Chromoa ever offered to the public are equal to these.
N ow Is (he time for our Island Friends to send In their
Orders, and fur oar Honolulu Friends to call and see
the Taper and Premiums.
EACH tfUBSCRlBEB, COB 81.23, BE-
CEIVESA PAPEKFOK1 TEAK.ANB AST
OF TIIK OIL lAI.Vri3as. which are Suitable to
Adorn any Parlor, with the First Number of the Paper.
Call or Address, J. E. WISEMAN,
P.O.BOX 315. Oflce, 17 Merchant St-, Honolulu.
THE PAI. AJCA MIIiK DAIRY
will bo carried on during my absence from
the Islands, by Chalaa Co- Rents of lands may be
collected from them.
Honolulu. December Till. 1881. 833 3m
a. at DAvroeo jr,
Attorney tt lav, Ho. U Xsaiamtm. Jtrtt,
880 HONOLULU. 65 ly
AtmiWItlXE Mat. J-MIL
IlTRlirST to act forme to all matters ot basins
daring my abaenc. H. 3. AGM W. S4 Sf
BT E. P. ADAMS.
Great Sale !
MONDAY, JANUARY 9,
UM ny erteT of th Trustee of the
Siute, I will offer for silt It
public auction, ths following
Magnificent List of Lands in all
parts of the Kingdom,
Comprising Pasture, Timber, Sice
and Kalo Lands, Sea and
and Including parceli of ever ilse. inltabls, not ealj
for parcaaa by th larg caplullat, bat by
those of moderate means I
I The Ahupuaa of Keaau,
altuat In Puna. Island of Hawaii, with aa arts f
lxtjfeai' TsteosjaaiS Two aloaitj 1 aiaat
TIUs, Award SSSS n., part It, Royal Pattat , U
William C. Lanalllo.
Thills a dulrabl property, the makat portion belag
fist graxlnr. land, and tat upper part eovirrd with valaf
2 The Ahupuaa of
Pass, Hawaii, with aa area of
Tbonasuid roar Bbb4t suMl
Twnly Acres, artor or Iau
Title, Award WSJ Depart 14, U William C. LnaKla.
Tuemakal portion Is grsxlag land, tad la nppar part
covered with Umber.
3 The Ahupuaa of
altaata In Pana, Hawaii, with an area ot
Twelve Unndred and Ten ty all A er,
more or lew.
Title, Award e36B part IS, to Wintaa C Lanaltt
The mikxl portion la Grating land, wlti Cocoaast
Trees near the lea; upper part Timber.
4 The Ahupuaa of
situated at Kaanapall, Maul, with aa area ot
Three Tbensnaii Ugbt Iliimtred mn Sixty
mors er leu.
Title, award BIO B part Z! to William C. Lnnallin.
Good graxlng land.
5 The Ahupuaa of
situated In Klpahnln. Maul, with in ana of
One Thousand roar Hundred and Xlgaty
Title, award KOI, B., psrt . to WlllUra C LaasUle.
This knd Is somewhat cnt up by gulches, bat Is rich
and suitable for raising and fattening Hog.
6-The llialna of Puako,
situated In Walmea, Hawaii, with sn area ef
Seven una Onvllair AerM.
Title, award SJS9.B.. puts. to William C. Laaslll.
Tht chief product of this land I Salt.
7 The lliaina of Kapahulu,
situated at Walklkl, Oahu, with an atet ef
Two Thousand Dun linadrod
Title. Award 8553. BH Prt W. lo William C. Lanaill.
The land la mostly paature, haa a valuable asa fl.hery
and Includes within Iti boundarlei the world rsnownel
crater of DImond Head.
8 The land of Kaea
aleleofKipihulu, situated at the head of ralolo Taller
and with an area of
Ons liaudred and Ten and a Hall Acre.
Thla la mostly forest land.
9 The lliaina of Pau,
iltuatsd In Walk!!, Oahu, with an area of
TwentT.l'our 37 ICO.
Title, award 8159, Ik, part 3D. to William C. LbbiIII.
Thla laud Include ManlenU Pastors. Etc land aad
10-Land of Kalhikapu and
altuatid at Walklkl. a Iel of Pan, with an Aria of
1 our A ere.
RIc or Kalo land.
1 1 Loko Opukaala,
iltuatsd at Walklkl, a lit of Fan, with sa Arts ef
Ono S3.100 Aero.
This la a dep fresh wattr fish pond.
1 2-A iele of Pau,
situated en both aldta of the Manoa stream la Walklkl
with an Area of
Ono 68-108 A err.
Of which 1 1-10 acres it superior RIc er Kalo laaa
and acres Knla land abov lis Isval of th AuwaL.
Two Kalo patch 82 f cit apart being a HI ef Pa
situated al Walklkl with an igregat Arts of
09-100 ol an Act.
First class RIc or Kalo land.
1 4 The land of
a 111 of Pau. iltuatsd la Manoa, Oahu, with an Am of
Superior Elcsind Kalo land.
15 The lliaina of Kamoku,
United at Walklkl waena. with aa Ares cf
Superior RIc and Kalo land.
Title award BUI, U., part 30, to William C. Luna HI
Four Kalo patches In Apana lof Award 1433 Boyal
Patent 3047 to Anee, tha fifth Ka patch of thla Apaaa
the maaka on belngireserved, situated la Walklkl.
with aa aria of about
es.100 afan Aero.
Flih pond at Kawela, Molokai, with aa stea of about
Title. partofAwaaa,SSS9.Bparta,to William C
This la a Natural Lak. fed by iprlagt, tiparatot
A t . Ld jmiw a saaJ taaoaV mm A fa owltftlf, 4Vf1t rTn
flv mllea of Kaunakakal, where th Lehoa leaches vrry
week; It makes on of thdaestflsherlt la th King- f
dom. It Is also th resort of great number! ef W1H
Duck, of acveral varieties, excellent cover for ahoetlnrf
being afforded by th dens bulrushes which frlng that
banks. I -
Further Information, If desired, la regard tothbavo I
property, will bo afforded to any on by 8. IT, DOXJC. 1
one of the Trustees of th LanafUo Eitat. '
fS3 T V. AriaKS. Aaet'r.
For Sale !
Tha Good and Profltxble
Metropolitan and Family
Posseislon given st th dose of the year, with
FIXTURE8 and LEASF
This li s GOOD CHANCE for say on
Capital to secure
JL Good Paying:
t3T TZH1IS Buy. Sitlij
None Except Frin
Honolulu. Dee Kt a. 1881,
a T.T. li
X horse or cattle bekmrin
Ul 1UUAAO MAbn. win.
againil cnangiug ins same.
came. Bauer ptaaiij' v