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TJErjiErjlXXT OF IKTEBI0B,
1 Hcrxouxc, 7ece ber Hi, IMS.
Torllrr ete Xtborerf vrUl bt received
at this office. JXO E BUSH,
SU lm rreaMeat Board of IraavteraUoa
TSotlee It nercby rlvea that A. Kaftuxo front and
after this date is no Ion 'an ageatof tMteSee, for
tht tallne; and certifying lit acfaicrt4 acntt to
Approved ncftttrar of Conveyances
Jse E Beta, Idshter of Interior
Dec tth, 1882. R4
A. K. Htral ku this 07 beta appointed a A at of
1a!it4ctfrjrtaMaaarl certifying the
to Inrtraraeats for tht DUtrlct ef Walante,Iiland
of Oaha, In place of A. Kaellfco, .eves.
Approved Becletrar of Conveyancei
Jao E. Beta. Ulnlstrrot Interior.
JteeftFOfflce.Tec. 4th, 1SE5. 914
Tht reolar Chrlitmu Vacation of mil Government
Schools thronchenl the Krnsdom, will extend from
raiBAT, the 2nd of December
the eth orrJannarj next, from which date a nrwtena
unites),. JAa SMITH, Secretary
Xi. lauaixs Xoltxko has been appelated Borveyor
I'asa. Curd for the rort und Collection District ef
Tpjwmn BisDXfc.ui, jjepsiy luector
Mlalrtrr of Flnuce
r$i Mr.O.r KauvoA hit been appointed Tax
tor for the Dlitrlct or North EohaU.IIawmII.Ttee 1 X
; ?mbaka 8QI0X X. KAAI,
IlanccDrp"tnDrt.4th. 1SC tU
LicttueiXxpIiisg in December, 1882.
3 XwencFttl lar School rtreet Ilonolole
Z "WoajKwonc KeeC
a Atal, bchool etreet
3 Las look kee, sua a etrett
J Ah Ton. J!otel tri
4tJ riahel, cor Toil mod llslel ete
a .mm, Daama ireel
S Ueo f Wella, rert Itreet
Alo, Beretanla ttrctt
LokChonc;. Canton ttrert
fi Ah mmm. Kanrobr, KoolaaooLe
It Ah Sbak, Tawma
n iMm Try. Manntkem ptrert
a Ho San, Kin: street
91 V Gtru, rort ttrtet
37 T B FoetfT X Lo, Esplanade
"a feniandez, EJoc street
31 Wra Johason Fort street
a J no J HaUtead, Ulopalakoa
13 Caaac Aton-;. Lmhslna
S0 QnoneloncACo, Kaholal
31 lee ITop, lVallnU
a Afa. Wailfln
9 Tarn Xyr, Wallnkn
winr Wo Tal A Co, TrallaVn
1 Kenton, Hlra & Co. N Eohala
a Joaooln Zatlan. ST Kobalm
9 Get Sine. Ilonolll. HI In
1 J rhelps i Ssilth, ritliwt, Kehala
18 Akan. N Emm.
1 ChnarSee, llmnalel
It Xohl, Walmta.
1 F Costs. Hotel at, Iloaolala
Ah Smm, Emneohe, Eoolscroko
10 Afo, Muiaan it, Honolnln
13 C Aksl, Honnapo. Kan
50 O fachole. t,lbne, Xaaal
51 Alona.ira1alna, Uabo
3 Tan lay, Wtlloma, Manl
11 E Amans, Miktwro
17 h fcererence, Tlllo
8 J O Wlldrr. Kona. 0hu
50 G TJ rrseth. Kona, Uaba
I Itmapp i, hchtader. Hotel street, Uonolnln
9 Ail, K Kobala. Hawaii
It rnnfClnmr. trallokn.'Maal.
IS Fhrlpi i hmlth. Halaoa. ntwall
30 J Menistn, nibooom. Hllo
: D Tarlor. Lmhali,a
n Xokabl. Lshalna.
HIT Lrnrhao A Co, Naoana st, llonolala
58 A W Moth, Fort tt, llonolnla
11 F T Lenehsn A Co, Sanson street, IlonolBla
Made nndertnd bj tht aathorltror aa Act eatltltd An
Act to rrcnlale tht receipt, castodjr tad ! oe of
the pnhllc to prorlde for the sudlt
1 On the arstdsj of each month tht head of etch
Department will csnae to be prepared and detlrered to
the Miolster of Finance an estimate of the
of snch Department for the months, In the form
prescribed la the Second bchtdnlt of the abort men
tloned Act showlnj the head of each Appropriation fee
which the mnionats are repaired.
S All tnonlei and rerennes of the Oorernment col
"'lected be each Department In Honolulu, are to be paid
into the on Satardar mornlni of each week
mad wltblo tea dsrs from the last dsx of esch month a
detailed of the rarlont soarcca from
whence the rtrennet are derlred, and the titles of the
several meeoanls to which the fscconnts mre to be
credited (la the form prorided by the first schedaleto
mid Act) mutt be forwarded to the Auditor-General.
On the srtt daj of each month all monlei on hand
most tie paid In to balance the account to the end of
The Saprane Conrt, Circuit Coartc. Cnstomlloase
aad will render their mcconnts quarterly
aeconnta foe pajment must be left with the
for hit certlllcate at hit Office between
the hoars of ten o'clock a i, aad three o'clock r k.
ooHondejri IVedaesdajl.andFridari And the tame
win be paid at tht Trcmsnrj on the draft of the head of
te Department onTacsdar! and Thursdays, between
the hours of ttn o'clock a. x, and three o'clock r a.
And on fealurdajs between the hoars of ten a. at and
nooa and at no other time
All monies and menu of tht Goreramcnt collected
r rrcrlrcd on cither of the Islands onteldt of Ilonola
la, mast be transmitted and accounted for as pre
scribed In Section of the said Act.
K. KAAI, Ninliler of Finance
Jxo el TrmLxxn,Andltar43eneral
fleaolala. Nor. tlta, istfi. sets lm
I 1L andllou hare -this day been
f pointed Commissioners of lMratt Wayt and Water
Xlrkta for the District of ITalmrm, Island of Emaal,
tics pteart V Kaodeen and Eahaos, The Board of
the District now consists of Iter O.B. Howell, I H.
Kaptalal and 1 It. IIolI JKO. Z ECSIt,
Xlnlster of Interior
JalerlorOftlee,NoT.Sd,18S. BX1 st
Houolox, Sor. 4th, 188i
Tht followlne; persons hare been appointed members
f tht TAX AITEA1. BOABDS for tht year 188;:
JJ -same vssaBusB a. V I JTVirJi O A. srVallUDV
Anderson, J .V Kalmlkawmha, i ODarls
.,11. tam.J WKantaloha
""" ,Jl hJrkwood. A Fall
.John Blchardson,L W F Kmaemlll
v stipule, V a Dicker
. K Hanua, Jaa Mmyih
- .- u ivaiiua, . Kapmrntmolt
K Rycroft, J I karaoka
G W U Jones, N I! naley
muimoBs, o fUBO
wiinnwi . .xi ficcms, o aiainapo,4 n Jsamaaoanoa
"win atonal ......s H til
Knahinl. z PaaVltl
U F Holme II T. Kh.uAn
..Hairy Cooper, Chat Williams
C Bertlcmann, J X Gibson
......W H Rice, D Hskalls
- .- I. Kmhlbaum. s W Kmaaaoe
GSEowell F Blndt. A &mutaa
. -. ...JKalka, J WEaapanl
MXOS K. KAAI,
htlnliter of Finance.
OFFICE 61TT. WATER WORKS,
Hoiowiv, Joly 3d, 1881
All pertcnt hmrlni Waler Frtrllecet art noticed that
ttelr Water Rates are payable temUnBually, In ad
Taaci, at tht Offlce -of the superintendent of Water
Works, foot f Kunana street, apon the 1st day of
Jaaaary and July of each year
K.1UXU Ulaleler of Interior
bupt. Water Works
DErARTUEKT OF FUTAliCE,
noxouxtr. Ant th. ISSi.
yetlct It hereby siren that applications for any
jnrtlon ol the KEW GOVERX.MENT LOAS up to
9ewe,oto trill now be rccclred at the Tremsaryj the
pajmoie semiannually, ana uc Hands art exempt from
all Gorrrnment Taxes wjiatsoerer
blMOX K. KAAI,
Mlnlttex of the Ulerlor
.uc r y;i
tK FRIBAT. CECEJsBER Stk front
eownce of AKIolanl Bait stK o'clock noon, will be
s4l nKc AacUon the Lout of a parcel of Land
tiestaslfc lo the akawarlaa Gorerament aaaallaated
-'"y feffr y "" Wpr annum,
hi' rntaHM4MMf MLBvVHFCCtf
o JltaV JL SibKjttnleter of Interior
lattwot UWkt, w. Wa, at. j,
HLftar"!111 r - -
IkAHMm m Use MsAelof of Walt-earn.
tcWjMaitb. ., JHQ.X MHL , -
!alerir 4, Jfs. aftfe,
r inoaaat Am ietttet3ii
ssoo, IsssaajiaiAVSsiaasitl r. WMtaac,wo
. KX.TUSB, JDrttUeerJaterior.
Star HMHm, sp
Sale of Betel nanest lands.
Ok "SDSESDAT, Tjecraser srth praz H tht frost
eatrtnn of JUUoUal Halt, at 12 o'clock JL trill be told
at labile Andlon those psrctli of Gorernnent Land
knows m lOXPAtJl and KAIBIEAFD, libute
lnEona,Vaha, tntjert to a Ltaie whkh exnlrei Sept
lit, 1837, at 3D per tannm.
Cpret lMce $X0 for the two nWctt.
Interior 0gte.7tar. ait, 1883. njj
XST MOCC8 IS XSTJOB.
TOEDyESDAY, DEOEMBEB 6. t6SJ.
A Letter mTom z xnoUier ivhich ivo publish
is ortrll trorth the consideration
ol the President and erery indmdnal
member o! tie Board of Health. The feeling
Tipon this matter is grotnng in inten
raty, not.only here in Honolnln,
but npos the olhir islands. Another ree
has passed, andletill as far as ire have
been informed tie Board of Health are
fatting idle: if they are doing anything
they are very qniit about it.
By the bye, where are those branch hospitals
that $50,000 was voted for? A cor
respondent qn Maui tells us that enquiry
has Iieen made about one for "Wailuku,
and that the reply has been received that
aa EKKJits iuub uio mumuccua bum
of $2,000 would be spent there. 'What
sort of an hospital can be pnt np for $2,000 1
Bat leaving that question aside, irhy is
not work commenced upon these institutions
:. ore palaces, and embassies and coronations
of more importance than the
health of the people! Article upon art!
cle usod Mr. Gibson to indite upon this
subject Now he is in power, and has
held power for over eix months, ho has
wilfully neglected his most imperative
duty, he is allowing his beloved Hawaiian,
upon whose shonlders he climbed to office,
to be sick and to die, withont holding out
a helping hand: attending to tinsel pomp.
rather than to pure humanity.
"We mar also ask where are the extra
physio ana who were to br) engaged. Tho
success, of the Board in this direction
seemed to have consisted in adding one
physician to Hawaii and to replacing Dr.
Hammond. A noblo record.
Oitb columns are filled with complaints
of the present administration: they are
the uutpourings of righteous indignation
from every grade of society in tho Group:
wherever we turn comes up the same cry
of inefficiency, corruption. lack of admin
istrativo ability, negligence in carrying
out official business, and general inca
parity. The complaints come from no
disappointed "sore heads" but from those
who represent and actually nre tho bone
and sinew as well as the brain power of
No more flagrant case has been brought
forward: than the Hilo assessment, our
readers will find in another column the
full statement of the case. This is only
en instance of the inefficient and disropu
table men that tho present administration
ore wilhng to father, ivekoa, the man in
question has been a preacher, and has had
to quit hat profession, why. we will leave
hhn lo .inform the public if ho chooses.
He is now a lawyer. There are certain
stories In circulation, about town, which
giro a Tory cogent, but very disrepulablo
reason, rhy he had influence enough over
a certain notable official and a Cabinet
Jlinistei to obtain his present appointment
And the hard earned dollars of
natives of thrifty habits and of planters
are to bu taxed by snch an ignorant and
disrepulablo booby. Such men can only
boo one adea before them, and Mr Kekoa
exemplifies it by taxing the planter as he
thinks he ought to contribute to that glorious
This it only an eiamnlo of the class of
men that Mr. Gibson and his clique would
and actdallv have nnt inti mirw. inirri
revelations, however, ought to be no sur
pnse whn the city ha seen the very frequent
exhibition of the Minister of Fi
nance reeling about in nr stato of
drunken (less : when it has, moreover, heard
of his brawling in a pot house. It is like
master, like man. What dignity has been
added to'Hawaii I How grandly does Mr
Gibson, who calmly consents to remain in
such conjpany, appear before every right
thinking' man in the community t And
finally wjiat a magnificent ideal is being
set bef ora those young men who are now
entoringaipon public life ! Pah !
Ik STiii.vo last week why we think it
unwise now to negotiate a treaty between
Hawaii md China, as suggested by our
excellent- contemporary The Frtcnd, wo
hardly ejpecied to arouse so quickly tho
Tencmotw retort of the Premier, although
we of corirse were aware of the ardor with
which h espouses anything which may
lead to Joyal embassies and decorations
We ore nevertheless still wilhng to consider
tht; subjact of a treaty with China on
its merits. The Premier's journal draws
sanguinary inferences from our assertion
that Hh9 whole of our brab strength and
our diplomatic skill should be devoted to
that great object" of securing a continuance
of our Keciprocity Treaty with the
United Stales. The organ thinks this is
equivalent to saying that "the interests of
humanijy are nothing as compared with
an immense political significance of sugar
cane," tjnd that we "represent the spirit of
the American cotton planter of slavery
days" 1: It is unfortunate for the Premier
it he cannot give Ins "whole brain strength
and diplomatic skill" to the Keciprocity
Treatyrithont neglecting the interests of
humanity, and that he regards our views
against a Chinese treaty at present, as
those ta a "sugar toady," as he elegantly
expresses himself : but this does not affect
one wKt the course which common rjensti
and thjj interests of the pen of .Hawaii
demand. The Brtrlmgilreifty with
America, as everyarneknows, was , the great
obstacle arCnat rhnnlneinfrnf vX.tnT,'nn.
1 -- - X-- "D vawAbAvuo
country ujwn Chinese
One main object for making a
froatyrjin the t'riend'i view, is (o regulate
Chinees immigration no as to require
womeiJ to come with men. Docs any one
think Hat China would negotiate with Ha
waii aireatyless favorable to herself than
the B&lingame Treaty, or more favorable
to Hawaii than any of our existing treaties T
If we tiould undertake to legislate against
Germans or Americans or Englishmen
coming here to live without bringing their
wives with them, wo might find ourselves
unable lo enforce such lemslatinn it wnnlil
perhaps be directly opposed to our treaty
stipulations. China, with no treaty to rely
upon, could make no legal objection to any
reasonable law we might think proper to
make upon that subject Them is then
no such reason for a Chinese, treaty. 'What
then is there in the sneer of tho I' O. X,
which he thus expresses: "The editorial
sngar toady intimates that the regulation
of our sugar (treaty I) relations with the
country that supplies one-half of our
adult male population is "n moro aide
issue" compared with the tninscrjndpnt im
portance of regulating our sugar market"
We repeat it ; no treaty with China is desirable
xir eafe for us to enter into as of
fairs now are. The Chinese population in
these Islands do not reouire it "Wn hnvn
yettoear a solid or sensible ground
for initiating a Chinese treaty. If cither
of our contemporaries of the FntnA or
a u. j. lvm mention n tangible advantage
to this country of such a treaty, we will
gladly advocate it, "royal embassies and
decorations" thrown in.
Sixer we rentared to express tlie hope
Ui5t thr buccosses of the Democratic party
In Ikeitccnt elections in the Ucitod States
do not iwie ill to our Betaprodty Treaty,
basing yir hope on the traditional tree
trade Itodencies of thai party, we Iisto
not had Hmo to hear -whether Brnalora
Hoar andDarifcv and other Republican
leaders as over file knuckles for
osr haste trbe -"off wUti'the old love and
on with the new," although tho Premiers
organ plainly waraed hs that we might
expect , mnch. Itere is, wo ndmit, a
l0Bbiliy that neither d tbe great parties
iai tie UiltedStatee will lr, Umtrmiw
a part- question We certainly trust that
IlknJaWtOAlsJl fnisrs lilraD t tui taTtr t I
toss her a sngar plum.. Bat wo hardly
expect that the renewal or lh abrogation
of t Hawaiian Treaty will boa pliak in
any political platform iniheUnlljedSttitee
stray as it may from the lust priadpke.
seldom disavows them, or easts off
its traditions. ThB Democratic partyiwe
cannot ignore the fact, is inclined to bold
and aggressive measures. It is thejiarty
which carried the annexation of Texas and
tho wax with Mexico. Even tho London
Ttmet seems to think that its return to
power is not without special interest to
The lesson wo read f or Hawaii from ibis
fnm in American nolitics is. to Dut it
mildly, that no less caution is needed now
than in the pest in the administration of
ourfiflairs, foreign and domestic. Putting
oa pompous airs, iu.umu aiucnw w
Crim Tartary, as the Premier's organ
does in its pastoral article of last weex,
seeking to establish treaty relations"with
China, to throw ourselves so to speak into
the arms of an Asiatic mother, is not tho
way to commend onrselTts to our great
neighbor. Common prudence should dictate
to Hawaiian rulers, to give, no reasonable
cause of complaint to the leaders of a
party which has never burdened itself with
the Monroe doctrine against the acquisition
of foreign territory. These be plain
words. "We iiope they will not bo
Pastob Crczas has fallen into the bad
graces of the Primate. Liio a valiant
member of the Church Militant the Pri
mate counteracts the evil doctrines of the
worthy Pastor, with a somewhat lengthy
sermon of his own: he takes even the
Pastor's text and with a modesty which
ever accompanies true merit, preaches from
it, shewing how the subject ought to have
been handled. "Why, oh tcftjr, with such
transcendent ecclesiastical gifts, did not
tho Primate remain a member of the
Mormon Church! Why is he not now
shedding tho lustre of his pastoral eloquence
upon rapt congregations T Alas,
after the EDecimen before ns. we fear that
a shining light has been lost to the hier
N ot only has Pastor Crnzan .fallen into
the bad grans of tho Primate, but "a
friend" (heaven save all people from snch
friends 1) also finds fault with him, and
says the Pastor spoke in "a strain of discourteous
sensationalism unworthy an enlightened
Christian gentleman." The plain
straightforward statement which both the
Primate and his "Friend" would like to
male is that Mr. Crnzan insulted the
Mr. Cruzan's sermon will be found in
another column; our readers can -weigh it
carciuiiy ana juagoior tnemseives. we
say emphatically that Mr. Crnzan said
nothing that was ofiensivo or that could
be justifiably construed into being offensive.
Does the Primate object to Americans
beimr advised to be "true to America" T
We hope every Englishman here will be
true to Old Enriand. every German to the
Fatherland, and we heartily sympathize
witn tne American citizen who wishes to
be true to America! that is the true national
spirit and we would be grieved to
see it die out Is the wish expressed by
tho preacher that Hawaii must keep her
position by a "moral power" a matter of
offence T Is the Primate offended that Mr.
Crnzan asked " Whero lies the strength of
a nation? not in rich plantations, or ships,
or gatling guns, or a standing army t" and
replied to hisown question, "No! the real
bulwarks lay in tho spirit and principles
of her sons!" Is either the Primate or
his ".Friend" going to controvert the statement
that "the nation, which, by its laws,
and the influence of those in high places,
makes drunkenness and immorality popular
is doomed"? or finally is it Milton, the
great poet of liberty who offends Mr.
Cruzan's critics? Let the adverse critics
come forth and tell ns in what Mr. Crnzan
has offended, let them not hide behind
mere general terms; let them come forward
and inform our little world what it
is that they so much object to. Mr.
Cruzan's sermon is printed for reference
and he will not lack defenders. We repeat
again there is nothing to carp at in the
Reverend gentleman's sermon, he spoke as
every free bom citizen has a right to
speak, be he cleric or lay, be he in the
pulpit or the market place.
What troubles the Primate and his
"friend" is that in general terms Mr.
Cruzan gave utterance to some wholesome
A clergyman in the pulpit would be
unworthy of his cloth, would be betravine
his sacred calling, were he to soften his
sermon Decause Borne one in power was
present in his congregation. The stanch
and grand clergy of England and Scotland,
before the foundation of the Great
Eepublic, have time and again vindicated
uacirngm, lopenect rreeaom oi speecu,
and their successors are no degenerate f ol
lowers Go where we will, we shall ever
find a brood of sycophants and time servers,
but thank God, wherever Anglo-Saxons
go, wherever Americans or English plant
themselves, there will also be found a
strontr force of stnrdv and indenendent
men, who are ready to express their opinions
without fear or favor, and who will
support Pastor Cruzan or any other pastor
who says, whether in the presence of
bootblacks and newsboys or in the presence
of Royalty and Ministerial and Diplomatic
dignitaries, that the "highest treasures
of a nation are manly bodies, just
principles, high sentiments, intelligence
and loyalty not only to the powers that
oe, om loyalty lo tne acpreme ituier'I
It shall be the duty of the Minister of Finance
to have a general supervision over the fmnnra
affairs of the bJncdom, and to falthf nllv and im
partially execute the duties assigned by law to hit
department. Cml Code, Chap, ix, 8ec tSO.
" The Department of Finance" occupies
CO pages or 224 Sections of the Civil Code,
hence it was obviously intended to be a
weighty and responsible charge, and the
Minister at its head was to hare no sinecure,
but was to be earnest and hard-working
as well as "faithful and impartial" in
the execution of the dntics of his post
But after nll,tlie instructions of the Civil
Coae detail -only a small part of the duties
of a Minister of Finance, and of the qualifications
which should be expected of any
one appointed to such n post. He should
be a financier by habit as well as by profession.
l?nnctual, exact, methodical, his
office should be an example to all others.
Questions of coinaco ana currency, of ex
changes, agencies and interests, should be
to him what physiology is to the doctor or
tnooiogy to tno umne. Tne necessities
of the fatate and how to supply them with
ine least poosiDio mcuon witn business
or with public opinion, should be his con
slant study, as also tho correct incidence
of taxation, the most effectual and least
expensive mcUiodol collecting taxes, etc.;
what first to relieve from its burdens when
the stale of the Treasury allows of relief ;
where an increased load can best be borne,
if unhappily a necessity should arise for
increased taxation all these questions
should be ever present to a Minister of
Finance, and he himself should be held by
the community as an authority upon them.
Not only should he study and make himself
familiar with all such .topics, but he
should make known his opinions and intentions
to the world o'tt bankers,
planters, importers and mercantile men
generally, should look to him habitually as
a safe and competent authority. '
Tho question of the coinage most suit-
auio lor general use, and tbe laws of legal
tender, have been ilreqnently discussed in
these columns. Some of our correspond-
artirtT ! ?J1 J! ? ??. 1. --.
eiiu jjuiu jiiueu m uiruwuig aigiu on a
dark and difficult question. Are we to have
a Hawaiian coinage t If so, will the
of Finance inform the public as to
the reasons, for ct against, which led to
tho decision. Is the English sovereign to
pass here as the equivalent of the U. S. fire
dollar piece notwithstanding the discrepancy
of intrinsic value in the two coins f
"What has the Minister of Finance to say
on tho subject t Is our present Govern
ment inclined towards a silver or a gold
basis, or is it let then make
known.for tho good of the pHblkUtroBgli,
of course, the financial member of their
Cabinet. "Will they kindly make knowm
the exact prospect of their loan, taroagh,
of course, their Financial Headf Will
F. H. himself condescend to appear on the
he, can he, let expectant tax-payers know
taAvw. jaHU .. 1.. 1-.T ?L.l . -. - "
u. auuuu w uio ia& lueaautu
is ctxTJonded. and what there is to
chow for the expenditure J TivoiCiustry,
as a Ministry, is jointly and severally
for the action or the neglitvM
of each or any of its members: t&ear at- i
Wad VotC IK Of lMnttelf. Mid tie tmwt no 1 fnal rWlif. U nxrena1 tn amaawt m -d
tJOBS atjciftiavw pal h&m Ite hei and I lesgna in Mo duiTes, or to M&d hk
ncesgnatkm if inefficient. In a Ministry
posesiag any sort of dignity aa a Whole,
or personal prido among its members,
"Thou must go, or we go," would soon be
tlistiBctly propounded to a notably
member. It would certainly seem
rather hard for any Minister after twenty
tedious years of place Tmnting to have -to
qait tho dreams of
of the awning glory looked forward to.
just because a colleague was too ignorant
and too lazy for his post, too obstizuiltvio
TBcste voluntarily, ana too aecpiyunpu;
cated in carrying out tho plans of tho
Cabinet to bo summarily dismissed. A
.Sinister of finance who could noj bo
trusted to collect the quarterly accounts
of a candy store is not a pleasant subject
iot contemplation ny Ministers or taxpayers.
Will tha P. C. A. venture to name a ainslo one
of the riewa in favor of Hawaiian sugar interest
which it openly oppose f Exooptinjtol coorse
oar view that relatives la office of the present
the interest ot planters
or any one else bnt themselrcs.
Kjjruais from the Azores show a tctj
state of things in that colony. Advices to
hand state that the drought oontinnea thronghoat
the greater portion ot the lilanrla. and where rain
baa Imllexflt has come too late to be ot any pood to
the crops. The emifjraUonoaretntnt appears only
to be kept within its present limits bj the scarcity
of facilities for transport. The wine production
this year has been frreatly inferior to that of last
Tx famil j of our popular TJ. 8. Consul shows np
in the elections of the Great Bcpnblie, in spite of
the clean aweem the Demoenta bar fawn ma Vlnn.
Major 'Win. AlcKinlcy, the Consol's brother, has
been elected in the BepubUcan interest for the 13th
District of Ohio. Major McKinleyTuu a good
record in the Honae of SenreaentmiiTea. and i
weU known there aa n brilliant speaktT and a cood
debater. Another member of the same family, B.
F. McKinley, Esq, uncle of the Consul st this port,
has alto been elected to the State Assemble for lhn
10th Senatorial District of Han Francisco. No
one can deny the political ability of these gentle-
The PUnttrt' Xonihln tot December was issued
last llcoday. Thia publication, under the caref ol
management of Mr. W. O. Smith,
steadily, and Js already becoming a standard
work, to which Tery reliable papers on,onr Sgar
lncmatry are contributed by a number of practical
planters. Articles on Snear Hislorv, the Kecipro.
it j Treaty, Artesian Wells, will all be found
A communication rrpon "the need of a
Chemist," by Mr. It. A. MaeSe, ir, is especially opportune.
Much other matter will be found, all ol
interest to the general reader aa well as to the
Tbz Aeie Orleaat Picayune under data of October.
31st says : The fires are now lighted in over 1,000
sugar bouses through twenty-seven parishes to'
Louisiana. From Bed BiTer to the Gulf, from the
Feliciana to tho cattle ranges of Calcasieu, the
thousands of laborers engaged In tho production
of this crest staple are busy. It is, in fact, a vast
manufacturing center. The cane carta follow the
legions that are leveling with knives the rank rows
of cane, and all night is heard the grinding of the
rollers and the whirr of machintrr tirrmrhnnt all
this district. Industry is seconding tho efforts of
capital ; agncultura and manufacture are brought
together, and the welfare of at least 150,000 laborers
depends upon tho result, while over 10,000,000 of
capital is awaiting the return of its investment.
All will be a rush throughout the sugar district for
the next sixty days, and Christmas will scarco find
lUclprooltj aad the Quality of HatrfliUn
Emroa Gurnt ! It seems as though jour
in your issue of the 22nd, upon the quality
of Hawaiian Sugara bef ore and since
Treaty, with statistics gathered from tho
United States Custom House in San Francisco
must conclasiTely settle that question in the
minds of all fair minded men.
The superionty of the general quality in color,
of the ante-treaty Sugars is unanswerably demonstrated
from the incontestable testimony of the
highest official record existing in the United
States or elsewhere upon this subject.
You have brought this to the rotloa of those
hostile to the Treaty before. The lion. J. Mott
bmith has done so. The Hon. Minister Allen has
notably presented the same facts before the Foreign
Committee of the House of Iteprosentatires of
ine umieo. otatesor xeo. ana march last au of
which and much more has been accessible to those
who opposed as well as those who favored the
treaty. Sometimes its enemies have charged the
fraudulent irariortation of ancara ths frrowth nf
other countries, as Hawaiian, but after full investigation,
the United States authorities hare found
no such case.
There could bo none without the partiapation
of the Hawaiian revenue officers, and the United
States Consul residing here.
They hare sought to prejudice the public mind
by the charge of brutal treatment of the laborers
by the planters, which like the other charges are
devoid of truth.
In the last San Francisco iril BMttm of
Nov. 8th, copied from the X. T. WsrlA. I note the
"Hiwixus Scale New Yoax. November 4th.
tbe H'orW says: H. A. llrown has addressed a
long letter to Secretary Folger in which he says
he has sampled one hundred lots of Hawaiian
sugar imported at Ban Francisco, and a large
number of lots imported at New York, and he Is
of the opinion that they are ot a much better
quality of sngar than those imported before the
treaty of 1875, and, therefore, under the terms of
that treaty, should be obliged to car dntr. Col
lector Bobertson yesterday explained tho question
at issue as follows: 'About two months ago
iiuco mrgues ox Hawaiian augar were imported at
this DOrt aceordllU? to the terms of tbe RaHnrnHtv
Treaty with the Hawaiian Islands, which says
sugar produced in that country shall be admitted
free of duty, provided that it is of no higher grade
than that imported before the treaty was established
in ie"o. The appraisers reported these
three of abetter nnalttT. and that ih
should pay duty. An appeal was taken to the
Secretary, who returned the papers to the Collector
for farther examination. Judge Itobertson decided
as before, and the question, which is one of
fact only, has now been submitted to the Collector
of San Francisco. The subject excites much
attention in the sugar trade.' "
After all the evidence of the falsehood of this
statement, as to the quality of the sugars, I am
amazed at its persistent reiteration by those who
being in tbe way of information must have seen
To refresh the memory of jour readers. I will
repeat again your statement, of the qualities and
quantities of the sugars exported from tho Islands
to San Francisco in the year of 1875, the year
before the treaty, and the year 1881, under the
treaty that they oay see for themselves how
untruthful is tho statement that the sugars of 1SS1
are of a much better aualitv than thruiA lm
ported before the treaty." It will he rfrnnnh.J
that these figures are, from the United Stales
Custom House in Ban Prandsoo where the sugars
were imported, tbe best possible evidence which
thenature of the case admits. The figures are as
Sis. CelorDJi prct.
i ear .SSI
Ss. CoktrO prct
ie,no,oo7 ArCoi iutj 1iIw,7?,eo Ar.coi.13jn, too
During the saiue period about 3,000,000 lbs. of
the same kitd of sugar were exported to Portland,
Or, making the whole export to the Dnited States
From the abcrro it will be seen that thoaverage
color, Dutch Standard, which in the law determines
the aualitv. was better bsferra the trivrtv In
IS, than in81 under the treaty. Without pretending
to tbe accuracy of the above, the result corresponds
with the judgement of planters and agents generally,
who manufactured and handled the sngara
and tt Is true according to my own observation of
all tit yarn of nrjar ujvrt prtteding tht tnaty
aptin ml) Mt jcara 1X7 ami JS6S, in which the
luauKiB yuueraiij eoia unuer ooniract to tne Ban
Fmndsco Kecnery, and aim as nearly as possible
to bring 'ieir sugar down to No. 13 Dutch
The above quotation says "that sugar,
" produced in that country, shall be admitted free
" of duty, prodded that it it of no tgitr omit Wim
"htftrt the treat teas tMtabtithtitJ1 f hn linmara nt
the treaty is, " Muscovado, brown, and ail other
- luueimeu aoEar, meaning tnereoy tue grades of
"sugar therefore commonly imported from the
" Hawaiian Island, and now known in the market
"of San Francisco and Portland ns Sandwich
ine aoote united states Uustom House statistic
show clearly by fact tbe inaccuracy of the
opinion in the statement to the Secretary, about
the quality ot sugars exported before and after the
There has been no refining of sugars, but the
ruuuukii pruceaa or draining naa uccsz in use, on
nearly, if sot erery plantation, as yon state, since
ltoJ. and vacuum pans for many years prior to the
If it be asked why has the quality of the sugar
fallen off since the Treaty, I reply, that quantity
has been regarded of more Importance than color
and this is attained by high boiling which always
lends to darken the sucara. WhmtliaTihni
negotiated the limit of color, duty free, was
at IS Dutch standard, but I was told at the
time by a high Dnited Mates officer (who was present,)
that In the exanunation of samples a treasury
officer inquired if any of No. 33 was imported.
The reply was "very little. It costs too much,
and was only made occasionally in small quantities
as a fancy article." or iomtthino In that nnrH
The officer replied that in that rasa it wouldnot
pay the government the additional expense and
trouble of watching against treaty violation, and
tat phraseology of the Treaty as it stands was
adopted. It ff no! true that there has been any
exportation of sugar different from what was
exported as "Sandwich Island SvguP It
is true that the planters aad government have
cautasuy aroioeu ine ooing or anyininfo which
cmM be oGBStraed as a hrefiih nf tho tmir n,i
if by say possibility anything has occurred which
saigal apses? to tbe contrary, nothing ot the kind
naa ever oeea tnienaeor and the charges made by
its eBeaies are without any foundation in truth.
j.The statement that the treaty is a bonus from
thai United States to the Islands, for which no
im received, is not correct. It is, true,
sttwamawarattts remitted by either country
Bpett.geoi. the ptodset of the other alone, are
ctid!d,tbeboefitialnfaTorof those Islands
aad ekr fcc the reaeaai that under the high war
tariff, the Darted States charged tax times as muca
oa BawkBaa prodoetions as Hawaii did upon
Aaaeneaa jwodwttoas and tbe
wl to tttfercoimtryef the productions imported
ltonatMO&srcMaahctMUiesame. In this respect
the Treaty wi fsirry -reciprocal, it west
tbe CritMlMtaiahat increased f omfotd, widltt
taswdeptaaeJllidrnnVsrrires of the Crdted
aaatta 'iDatxrtsd ihito Hawaii from the United
SUtes iivti,itMrt.aed ittnasriy the same ratfo
qtahalajMmfcTof Tes,i-e and steam
aate bets Halt on ike TJaHad States PaeaSe Coast
for the tatassi trade, coastiiw and oarrykjs: be
ptoiltwtiooa cC, both countries from l&o
iijoCTttaiejtai rraoctseo aatt Htpakt,
aad bsM of toe attain Viee to Hilo
M.aatltaia hteatabliaBedfrom Sao-
WtmatimoooM jaahwfcona.'Anae aim eC aiiaaaiw
ff abotrt tstjaytau tcrree.tv f rom New 1'orklj
x-im a naa of tpfrotn Boston be-
rnra.(b edntiggea witfc inoeewrlnai
business. The increased aBd ear-
lying and proaueuon iraa xixxuxu Mnxuan
and EKumfactoro of machinery is la American
ham!- hundreds of laborers aard addiStt
LtdAmeriean wealth, and btede au
All these are due to the Treaty, and natter the
direct and incidental benefits to Araeriewas almost
ecualtotxtoaefaUInatollawaU. , The Treaty is a
boon bt both countries, thongV it Is nadoBbtedly
the fjreUer to Hawaii, and mere so than the mere
difference in money in a commercial sense, f or the
Doited States Is a great country with tmUmited
resources and a great prmlAliori, and if Hawaii
fails her for a source of supply she can turn elsewhere.
tlonscarctiy fTceening a nun rate town, ana u.
the Great Bepublic lying at her door, exclBdes her
products, where can she dispose of them at a rats
to pay for their cost which as an incidental era
haa been largely increased by the increased price
ct labor so whilst it has been of mutual benefit it
is too more necessary to Hawaii.
It was cot, however, the commercial advantages
to the United States which gave tbe Treaty to Hawaii.
Xhey weighed rat little in the scale. Hz.
Blaine tells as that political or state considerations
were the controlling ones. The measure was not
a partisan, but a state measure. It was sustained
by both Bepublicans and Democrats, by Judge
Thurman, the Democratic leader United
states oenatc, as wen as try air. matne, oy jar.
Wood, as well as by Mr. Munroe.and whilst it haa
thus far given all to the United btaies and Hawaii
respectively, that either had reason to expect, the
state considerations which gave it to us, have lost
nothing of their force; As a st rattgis position in
the possible ease of war they have lost nothing of
their value. If their position in relation to the
United States Pacific. Coast ever cars them any
value they have It still.
uoa lorbld that any sound of strife, any note of
war. should ever disturb the harmony which now
exists between the Great Ileraiblia and aU other
xtatioas,tmd especially the mother country, Brit-sin,
on whoso wide domain the sun never sets, and
tue oaugnter wnose imperial innentance lies upon
three oceans. Both people are one, of one race, of
one language, and both nave been the great con
servators oi consatuaonai irceoom, ot crni ana
religious liberty, the one under a monarchial, and
the other under a republican form of government.
I only add that the United States, through its
and missionaries, first gate
their letters, and schools, and churches, and
through these their status as an independent people,
(whatever others have since done, and It is
much and praiseworthy,) and two-thirds of the productions
seeking a market in the United Stales,
are due to the enterprise of her citizens, and sons
who freely gave themselrcs and their money to
the cause of the Union in the great rebellion which
threatened the life of the nation. For these reasons
too. as well as others the neoDle of the United
.States have felt a special interest in this people as
tuwi wafu.aiiuuusiccuagiujuciuui. uauiumaiD
ral and legitimate influence In obtaining the Treaty,
which every friend of both countries hopes to see
perpetuated. Yours truly.
(rrom the J7airali Pat Mm Dec-Sad. 1SSJ.)
Hit In the Forehead, the Tail Wriggles t
(Contlaued from last week.
Klipo knows the way slang which Gibson
travelled to the transfer of land, that was the
bill for a $2,000,000 loan j this bill was the work
of- Gibson. The Cabinet understood to whom it
was they would be in debt. The one to whom
they granted Watluku he it was who had arrree J
to take up the loan. I
T .Anlt.!. .- 41,1 .-'.1 .1
" 1 am the moneyed man of this kincdom who
intends to take up this loan, but I will not loan
any money, until mey nril put the government
under my thumb, then I will let them have my
money." It was daring the aeesicra of the last
lAnfolstn a tl,a T .Amt.l t, J 41,,a
ttKUHIUl, MM.. A "CI WJ UM1. I 1 1 I f. .
The government has just made the sttemptto
raise money among tnenenmenox tne country,
but they would not content to loan any money to
this set (of Ministers) in whom they had no
confidence, and the one to whom they had the
greatest dislike was Gibson.
Oh my oountry and my people, I declare to yon
with the voice of love, that the last breath of
Hawaii is in the power of this bad man, a man
who is accustomed to treachery ; let him get into
his hands a large sum of money, and he will
make way with it.
The black stigma of a rebel attaches to Gibson ;
this ulcer broke out on him at Java; his name is
recorded in tho prison of Java as one fit for the
Gibson's name is recorded at the American
capital, as that of a ncoundrel who tried to per.
suade that government to seekudemmlty for his
imprisonment at Java, and the United States
came near going to war with one of the governments
of Europe on that account. 'We nave a
true report of this affair from America. Gibscn
failed. He wandered this war In the character of
one who concealed his religion, and many
came to grief through Gibson.
O my country, my nation, amis revolutionist ?
Not a spot of that sort attaches to the name of
Filipo from his birth to the present time. He
haa contended for his oountry and his nation ;
tne majority ox nia nation nave naa connaence
in him, the district ot North Zona has trusted
hhn, and tailed him " the lion of North Kona,"
"the bomb shell," " the cannon;" and why hare
the nation and the writers in the newspapers
given these names to Filipo? Because fie naa
stood on tho aide ol his oountry and his nation,
not in an office, cot for a price. During his whole
career the eyes of North Kona have been upon
their representative, and other districts desire to
obtain representatives for our legislature who
shall act like Filipo.
On account of his fearlessness, firmness and
independence, Filipo has become distinguished
among those who never saw him ; his utterances
in the newspapers also have become prized by
those who read them, and the productions of his
fearless pen have been translated into foreign
newspapers, because they are well thought out,
because they utter only the truth, anc'are not
merely conjectures. People who opposed Filipo
m previous sessions ox tne legislature nave come
to resrject him. because he has a rermtallon that
fiannot be gainsaid.
nut Filipo is a rebel I Against whom has be
rebelled? against Gibson? Absurd, ridiculous.
"What is Gibson? What aUedance does Filim
owe to Gibson ? Before my country and my nation,
I have a higher right to speak and to contend
for the welfare of the land than has Gibson.
He is striving in every way to get offlce, and
money, out .raipo is contending xor tne real good
of Hawaii, the welfare of the country, and stands
on the platform of retusal to part with land, of
the preservation of the independence of the country,
of the maintenance of its constitution ; he
contends on tho side of the constitution, that no
one shall infringe on the rights of another.
It is said these shoes belong to Filipo, and he Is
wearing the leather he himself has cut
la a cunning evasion; he Is trying to avoid
falling into the pit he has dug for himself. For
myself, I am bold, to say. and for my colleague,
J.Nawahl. has no hesitation in saying, we would
stand before the courts of justice and take oath
to the truth of what I hare charged Gibson with
saving. I would boldly and f earleaslr stand be-
fore all the courts of my country and testify to
the truth of these traitorous deeds of Gibson,
I dare stand before the throne of Hawaii, and
assert that I hare testified the truth as to Gibson's
traitorous deeds. If it nleases the almighty Kinir
of Heaven and the judge of all men and spirits
that I should stand and testify to the truth ; I
assert these were his words. I dare appeal to the
Trinity for the truth of all I have said touching
Before you, OHaweii, and before mjbaVw.!
nation, J nssert that Gibson uarfaoVltand before'
tne nnai tnounai ana aeny tt i he may try to
conceal it from men. but in nresencaof hta?!!
he cannot deny it) in his heart he acknowledges
it, but It would be to betray himself for him to
testify in this matter as a Christian or as perhaps
The wretched abominable shoes which you say
belong to me are not mine at all ; keep your own :
your words are your own ; your thoaghts and
ueeus are .jour own. nupo does nothing
ha does not call in one or two to help
Lira in evil ; his deeds are in the assembly of the
people, in the newspaper, where the nation can
see them. One thing more and I am dona with
you. From the beginning to the end of his
(Gibson's) writings in the Elth PeaMu there has
not been, so far as I could see, a single particle of
truth, not a grain, not one.
The darkness sees the lying of Gibson, and tbe
father of darkness sees IL Thewandennc. hmmA.
less ghosts who travel the earth for the sake of
lies see the entire falseness of what Gibson has
written in the Eltlt Poalvtu. The spirits of the
inner sir see the utter falseness and mendacity
! Gibson in the I'ttlt Poablt.
The omniscience of the King of Kings sees tne
falseness of his testimony, and that ho is a huge
liar. Let ns with ona mind stand up and drive
out Gibson. He is depraved and only depraved.
Do not check your voices, your thoughts, your
Mr. Gibson and th Kttlt, I will not cease, nor
refrain from fighting yon until you have gone to
be for ever in your own place. I am not a seeker
after office ; I know of what sort they are J their
glory is like that of the cloud which passes before
one and is gone. Better bit forme to eat salt
In my poverty, for that belongs tome, and! am
-Do not be puffed up, Mr. Gibson with the
thought that this hand will come to tremble before
you, or that the mind of the Hawaiian will
soi ten towards you. astlllgrasp the hilt of my
sword, which is ready al all times to join battle
wih its fellows (against you until what time I
shall see yon are overthrown, then I shall cease.
Yours truly, O.W.Pnjro,
Honolulu, Nov. 16th 1883.
IeprotyA Mother Speaks-
the crowd at the Music
Hall on the occasion of the BU Louis fair, a man
was pointed out to me as a well known leper, very
far gins in ths disease, yet he mingled freely in
the crowd, and for aught I know may have taken
refreshments from vessels, which later on may
have been handed to myself or my children.
I hear gentlemen say that it is a political
eaiy iu uua auwsuj urn iney aiatain irom
with lepers. How this may be I da not
know, but I do know that if the Govejriment or
Board of Health cannot, or will not, protect ns
from the risk of contact with leprosy, the sooner
they are dismissed from offlce tbe better.
That Haiku Planter AsaU.
liar, Maui, December Sid, 1B82,
Enrros Otiriuu Bo it as it may about the
planter who failed to get his friend elected to the
legislature by feeding lbs natives on dainties. It
must be confessed that the editor ot the Adnrtlttr
manages to gef himself elected regularly in some
way or other. 1 presume he coET&ces ths voters
of his patriotism and honesty. Ints his economy
In runninir the rcnrtrnroMit will rifc a mm! nH fa
him to use next time. That aid bis sanitary
book, which has bees known to save the lives of
whole riot rtadkigit will surely elect
DEALERS IN SHOES !
LadiM, IdMett sad
All Stf tat ami Klo Jaat Buraetd Batta, aad
afavat MVSAXV Wt aext aeat ta Xtetamn'istetti
JL Car 'J ,,
The Ladles havUs; la chaise Jit
with the altk allol the 61. tosii Collet,
tslts this me'thqd ctreteraJris thjtr ilacere thlttta to
an who by their sjrfntaics aUed In the saectssnJI ae
eoBBttshiarut f that aadertakuvr, aad the obtaining of
eck fratirrisr remits. To 2ff H. Brrger aad tht
HtTaUan Bind thinks are retcnitd foe the gratattms
serriees rendered and ts the eefsptper fraleralty for
their ktaily notices. Per Order,
Honolulu Pee. :h aa. Tn fangrri.
Dr. Tjuaeattjr'a fMtae
toKaoiL , f
nrMTn.0ohll!eilils. The ontv medals award
ed for Watches, Ifelbonrnt lotcroitlonsl Exhibition,
The only Gold Medal: also, three special and four
srtt pnzct, Pyttaey, 1S7J.
The Gold MedU,Parli,U7a, l"cm Hfil PrUe Medals.
Theuueqaaledsacaesserthtse Celebrated Welches
has produced a boat of worthless Imitations. Bayers
will observe laeTnde Hark, II -,"
Oenatne Wtltham Watch ft.
Uold cases art stamped A. W Co., lit., or Kk: and
Sllrer eases are stamped American Watch Company,
Waltkam.Uass. Sterling. J2 ly .
JAS, Jf7KV. MERCHAKT, OIASGOW,
Undertakes th sad fblpmeat of tt
BrlUibuidContliKaUl Rood, except Ardent Spirit,
And will bsLid toreccWe Orders, at rates either Xre on
iKtart at ihlppinj port In Europe, or dellTertd rx lUp
8ttt with datY for 6a jcr'j Mcoutt) At Hoftolalft. Sici
rders majbe accorapanledbyremituace payatl
In London or Ban Vraaciacoi or he will draw al SU dars
azalmt eoDftrmed credita fnm Iloaolnltt Banker?,
rr othenrlie, to intt the coottnleaee of
O IRWlf CO Iloaotala
HON J M.WALKKIt,
TUE AQUA DASK.(Umlted), London.
tlffteftba nartr or Dartlea wbowenl tut board
of tht eld schooner IWlfS.lXl, and forcibly broke
open ray trunk aad abstracted therefrom, Unas work to
thevalaectsa). I'M 3D J. x. ROBERTSON
are hereby notiaed that their ' tlabaniai
- require ineir immeaLaie personal alien oaaee
at tbe orSce of the onderstsued.
All Claims, whether mentioned below or not. mast
gp ronrard hyth steatrer Sdea by December Sid, or
ey trill do TOO J-ATE.
t Oeorro Washtactoa
Plka (Peter Sowlcla)
ALFRED S. HAIrrWELL,
Honolulu Dec USS1 (Ml) So IS Eaahomana St.
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iirallvot trf fllni. ,!... H ..u
rntailt trot tht comparative!'
and erery one tnffrrlniwltS pain can halt, ticap sod
pottUrc proof of Ittclalmi. '
Directions laElcven Ltnnat
BOLD 27 AIL DRUGGISTS AHB BXitXU IK
A. VOCELER ACO.,
JtaMtatore, ltd., V. . A.
Sole Aaealt for the gatrallaa blands.
The Firt Installment
A CONSTANT 1UPFLY
M ANIIaA ROPE
" Or AIjL SUES
Hm Jart n XMTd Jtau ,
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W IT all AlTl. In fart 1
r an Pau. wt w.ii
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For Hong Kong- Direct !
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Still:, XMna, Beti.
Sptmrsfli, vtt mutt
All of which will he a!d aataw as offered W ttr
partlea. la any rtaaartHr ootm.
m BOLUS Cir.
FOR CHRISTMAS Ah NEW WW
WW ot For Salt of all Otrn'rllKH, both plain
had ornamental, crasrtttet; of
Sponge, Citrpa, &c
Alto, for UIe UOE3T& welKksowu
RICH MINCE MEAT
CIIIXUTVAH AJID SETT TTiAaW
TVrT3J03S :E?TF1g !
Also a TEST IRQK ASSOimfBT ot
arv so v
or bt am xxxcPACTKiti:. a.it
Qcarasteed to be Free of all POISONOUS
COLORS, to extensively rued In -the
THE LARGEST KD OEJATKST
STOCK of CANDIES
8EYEBAL THOUSAyi) rOlLNDS,
of "my own Jlanufactnre," and
GUARANTEED to bo
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery,
331 lm Hotel between uuaaa aad Fort Set.
The U. Clipper Bark
h sTErrzss, vttf
TTlll sail for tbe above Port December 11th ,
Tnklnff lMSSEWER. and FKEUinT.
For further particulars apply 1e
334 n UACKFELO Ctw Amis.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKFTS I
the ntrjt -
Will tairfrom noaton for this twtt oa or abort
ary 1st, If snflelenl lnuoeSBcnl offers
Orders tilled promptly, aad freight Uttn at tht lotitet
rate! Apply to Charles flrewee Co., S. SI KUhy
street. BO'ton or to C Bnr.vt EJt A CO..
JKBtiai Qnetfl SU. IloaoWa.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
Will leaTo San Francisco for
the 9th day or eacli mrjiith,
Betorning from lldnoltlo oa the S3i( ISA Y
Francisco asenlt.r D A BOS
kt )Xa.ta a
Honolaln Agtntt. W O 1RTTIX .Co. M MS
Steamer Llkeliko will auk TatMlay
t t r. . ., onchbjgat Lahalsa. JltaUea Ilay. Vakroa,
Xahnkona. Kawaiaae. LacpahoehM ana into.
Keinrnlne; will touch atall tht there porn, entries
at Honolnln tach Hnnday a. w
n wibPKn co
PAdlFIC WAIL STEAMSHIP COaPANY
For San Francisco
THK KPLEtniU HT EA1I3IUI'
l TULLOIl. COHJI.lSDLB. ,
WILL LEAVE HOXOLDLU FOR SAII FRIilCtSCO
On or abont Monday Best 18.
rOB SYDNEY VIA ATJCKIiAKS !
THE SPLENDID STIIAMSIIII' f
CITY OF SYINE !
DEAitnonx. cojin.vxDEit. i
On or about Saturday, Dec. 24th,
tor rrefht and Passage app7lo
tSlc 11 lUCEraLD .SCO, .areata,
Good lor Shlnnirnt tier Hlramer ran u
be stored, rree ot la in
The Agents here art new prepared ta
Issne Tickets to San Francisco aad IMnrn,
FOlt 8130 THK BOL'SD TKIF.
FOR EUROPE VIA HEW YORK
Sailings Every Week.
From Nta York etsry W'ttlnmltiy,
From Botlor orry
SXO, naa a tea avn
Aceordlna to AejnuBtdartM
HETCIW TICK2T3 QN 1'ATOIUBLS TE&MS.
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plleaUoato WHLUUW UtcToo"
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faclliUM to thretish eaateatttn tiena
ajjr uooa accommoaaueM liaHrrtal
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SUGAB MILL !
FOR SALE CHEAP.
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