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p. M.S.S.Co.'s TjmeTablefor 1882.
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New rork....FelIJ Australia lJL;......rcb
. .March IS Citrof Sew lork.VKlil
. -a sl. w4I11 Tf!ayAt
Zeiillidia. .. .JnljJlCll of
City of Sydney. ...TBiySliZeilandav.
Jrt.trmlia. .. . .Aoc SS Citjfrrf fcyCilcT
Cityof.ewYtrt Septra Australia .
mi,.., Sydney Vnv sfl. Z&!Analm .
.D inlcity or Sydney
aa.Oa.ais snevr tat, . wava uuu
Tki rrlncenlle Plant Co. 120 1 OH)
traiiaa. ham i-o .. 4so sco xo
TwAlTicnltoralCo. .. 854 MO sa
Co .... mm 100 IK)
Walainaio Sexar Co 1800 too IV
Hcmecaa sexiruo kid soon
The Koloa Snfir Co
Ookala Saitr Co
aW i(m .
J 100 S00I..V.
nBn sjsfr . ... au 2UUU . .
racHciintar 31111 aw soo ,.
Eilaara Snrar Co 300 1000
nllra Botlr Co 600 SOO
Orere Itanch Co SOO 50
WalaaarCo ijoo iTO "iai
ralon 31111 Co igo 0U0
Olowilo Co 1SX 100
staralillCa 290 soo
EiitUanirianuUoaCo. sss an '336
OaomeaSnrarCo Hon io
raaaaa Snirar Co J70IW 10
Hrmnlnln Irrtn War. rm .m
juanua... i uauait
fl I. T VaI A
San Fran J ISWSsis;
-... a., afrfra .aaatmaD utUfr?mHiit.'
Imports and Arrirals for KW.. 1882.1
San Fran. SV7B0J7
Baomt, atgent Board ot Ileal that
The inquest helil to ascertain the cause of dcatii
of Kamaile anadre residing at Eamoiliili, and
who departed Hits life wider
on the 13th of last October was continued
and concluded at the Police Station in this cily on
the 4th Inst. Deputy Dayton acted as Coroner and
"W. K. Castle Esq. performed the arduous duties of
tnlenireler. The evidence of Dr. Stane----!
(ceded greatly to assist in obtaining the verdici,
and is as follows i
;"4m a toairolcffiau chemist. On October IDUi
roeamd from Dr. one cartljen iar dosed.
1 ! "4 aU buiidle inaSr!
IXepaUrshal Dayton oamo with SrT Eiauioa
and rwjaosted lo have the con tenia of the Ian and
paper Malysed to seo if they contained piaon. I
tow BiiBd tee coatccU of the (orthrajar
WaaaameataalBedtlke human stomach, and a
of liver together with a large quantity of a
paaty Srartroaa ma bloody fluid. me riomach
fiAd tmrafri. I hata laat (h.nlhaalaa.1. . . .
ttoaaa In order to prevent the mixing of the
at,, ta... r i...- .. .t . n,Tz r".
aa. frfrfrt. Jtfraa. A friafr.p fraUfr UaUIUDVaUyeXamUlOll
wp tjoniof t) dog and cat, t&jugh I have
P to PresTa "' 'or further invtsUgatlon
" 2 S, J 'SP'K ailii separate. On
eaagilnln the human siumivch, I found in it a
WaffX Do not wish to name it al present.
1 tewMw found it in the liver by a separate
auo. in the spleen, and in a portion of
I am still at with the
M Bonlenta of the far. In the stomach of the
a ID - MaWBWIlHCa Ultt Of lite
iSStrJZ that a do-
r wi ina cseaui irons tae eaects
a f IWS0t WBCBA to.
Tor San Francisco, per WG Irwin, Nor 30 3X1 1 SI
ibi fn-ar, 38 000 Ib rlce.1 QSesIli molae. liwi ills
whale oIL DomVal $H,nDif, Fgn al $8,1X10?
For 8an Franriaco. per W o Irwin,
Peck, Hire J C STartlnT M Bill. 1) C Aldrlch. A E
and wife.Thoe Kalncr. IV BTryion. l'Ortller.
Vn Iflnatamaaiaut T--
UlfMiaCOet. Li WIZhUl
,! Likcllke, J
wife and child. C Molteno. ilri
ktntlW T Uaaa T. .'-. H
r iiaamm. W GWood. G S IUrrJ. DrTlrfs
lion J 3C Moanonll, W fechot.w, J C Kawalnnl, R
Raah a Caa. all.... .LDJ .. ..a..i. ... a. .
...ba., aaHua, nilCRMU UUIU. f . I illill PR. JUlfl U al
Taylor, W ...otlcy, U II Lnce r, LHIclanx, Its
Kynnenly, and anrmberdeck.
iKl?l'ipc.i',i,,lVc''t:CoT B Doleandron,
v Wclaht, Jin Jl A Tllcpmb.
FromlKanaL per CltBlahcp, Dec Mr
.Ir)?.,11P.ond nd wife, A F Grip, IlonJKanat
J? Janler. 8 Whitman. C U BUhop. 3I1 Thompaon, H
t TYeadway, and a number deck.
. fwM'olMdauOlokal. pertehna,
f.a w'e,lr andMnWAnld. UU Ex E Pre ton, Mr
Itnricll, Mm E A Duncan and two children. W
O Cnna, W D Alexander. Mm il King, Br Hammond,
and 0 deck.
FerKanal.pcrCIt Blibop DecA Hancberg and
'liter, Mn Rice, C Foiter. Foater.lS Whltinaii, J Y
llacUeld. E E Conradt, t klnr, n West, Jlon J
Kanal, Jtn Millet and child, and 30 leek.
. .'SanalBl. per Kllinca Hon. Dt4n Knlhclanl.
1 1 Hebbird and a deck.
Arrivals at the Hawaiian Hotel for the
week ending; Deo. 4th.
inncUco: A HpBfbcrz and tUicr, Wenninr; O .M
knlrtit Taala(a- XT.... T Tt rut- . a. fja ...
3S S"" '..".V.V. "S". S, ..".... wire ana two
aaaaaaacu. a . J jll,ipa. HOBOiniO; lien
aauaa, ubUMHl, frlaUli.ET J.IFH0ri J
hro, of Fort Edward. N. Y- and!
iiuuop, cimu city, ajed a yeart.
NoTembcTa 1878, deatbi.. .. fl..jsi
...,, ,, 57
Norember, IS, deaths ...,M
ZZ WttTA V for JTOKl.
Mr; Klnr, Man!; MImI, Srvrine, Mant: C II Lyon a!
Sydney-, tapt Oeo W Jenki, San yrandnco, II 1 Levy,
haaFrasclieo; laLevey. Honolulu; .J W Craig, San
rrandeco; Wa Tomer and wife, Hnclo. Maul; Iir
Oltlno, San Cpt II O Cnrll, Am ship
J K:a.CytA,II",'I1,1 Am bkLlazleJIarahall;
aavaaauavH, aaafrafrai;, AflviIOpaoi
Dr Himmond, wife and child, MrsJV
Vfrnl. W H r...ll l..l. n
I Cornwell. Mani; John Penymin,
CantThfia Spencer. Hilo. Cll Wallace, Mini. DB
Ylaaand wife. Hawaii.
At Grove Itanch, Mani. ICor. sail
to me wue ot n m. T
BISHOP In Honolulu, on tbe Slj
at S o'clock a. m.
u of L. D. Birhop,
Mortuary Report for Novpnber, 1882.
10 la. SO! I .
sou., so; i; i
wvafra... , 1
au IO.. w; Z
soto.. eo :;
ra to a
W t. I". ) ..BC
. 2 5 515-SE- 1
2.2 b WA
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4 .. . i . m
.'..'. I ' il:
4 '.. .. I
I l a, X Z 1 4TIJt
1 4 Asthma.. .. 2
. Coninxuptlon S
. Dropiy &
. Lnnc liiieate 1
1 Heart Bfra'ie. 3
1 Dyienlery. .. I
S.tep. Ucclint. 1
- Old As. .... s
Srphlllii... . -
lUn Alal.tJ. .aTalallli
TBCTt II Erratcr BU i ...,, ij uvuugw m
retail Jlnci of btulren then for tome little while jmt,
. ...... L.a ailnnWI .4. Ik.V. .
Ult BOUvUlT ; UVMIK nuymwj IUC caorc JOT
the of boelneta In trade
Id ahipplnc aod commercial hoilaer i trade hai been
doll darinf: the v,eckp.ut the irrlrtls ui
oroartnrw of vmeli being fewandfar between, and
the lessl. catber to windward relardins tbe shipment
The exports tlncc last writing coailit of Ihe (mall
lot or rice liken per Zcilindlato'lhe Colonics and tbe
cario of domeitlc prodnee by the.TVm. O. Irwin lo San
Ftuciko The total doocetlc Titaatlci. of the
anonnUns to $336017
The Import! dnris; the lame Ume hare been ait The
D. C Tenure and J D. bpreckcla are call
expected, with fall carjoea.
Below wepreicnt our nasal monlhlj tablet of clock
prices, ana imporci ana expona lor me pail month
Stock Quotations, for November, 1882.
T... i nvn aa V,. a frt Ca m a
a aaa.aa.aa aafr niUJUV cmiu,
clock Broker, So. SB Mrrchint Street, Honololn.
Halkn aSocar Co
no . .
Hawaiian B n Co 3300 BOO
KahnlnlEallroadCo.... ISO MO
Hiw Bell Telph Co 1000 10 'in "H
Kaaal Tefepbone Co
Ello Hawaii TT Co .".' "" .'"; ""
Wallnkn Snjar Co. paid a dlrldend of 10 pr thare!
Uper cent Bond.- $ aOoutitandlng.Par
2 . " SUSOOonUtannlnc. Tar
i u . . - Par
Onotnra fcnrar Co. BOBdi3aj3no
Ilaw.OoTt,e per cent Bondi.. JllOO
red from. Cargo . Taltr.
KmrljEalakana . ..ISanFran .
3 Ella.. ... San Fran..
j u irwin. . aa J-Tan
IhMoI iTcIU Tmai le
SHZealandla. .. San Fran..
a) JoiRnin 'Eureka. ..Xnmher
23 Llrrie aurthall. IaTownM.
Exporta auidTJepartnrea for Ifoy 1882.
' 1 TLirr
Trurl. i for vomttlic IFortlm
JfoT4,ConsneIa.. .. .
SloUnt.. . . .
IS Bnenatlrta. ...
alEalakasa; . ...
STfJoeeph Itnse ...
2!Zealandia. . .
'Total! I. ...
Ran FVn 't JK Rift ..vl
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jot30 Ambtor WmG Irwin, Torntr, for ban Fran
Vessels la Port,
ITiw ectr Jennie Walker, Underwood
Am eeh Clam fcnrcckelj. Conrini (repairlnr)
Am eblp Hope. Cartli (dlemaatrd)
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman
An tern Joerph Itnta, Uenrlx.
Am bktne Llute Nariball, Berrman,
Am bk Eetndeer, llaker.
Per bk Utlnrelone. btefllnr.
The meeting of the Board
rra ui in yaeco a Moepltal takes lae Ihia daj,
A Rdaen bciTerh now Tanelj cHspIajed thort
ItSroeta.BeaTtr Kock amaot Q""0 na
AtTDOdl7m(rCfaltirwnJi.M. -J- i- ..
JtofabreTretTlalliUdtT. More beer, les
Tho Andtnt Ordir of FnrmcUra .r tn hv. .
fKliwJLat " Arsic HtUonth8creti!nof
The old fence on tha mauLa lAm nt OnMti n..
tmr I!rnrnii'i rmiinM V K. - a
vm be ttjdftoed bj a new one.
AMriPlallInn f111 tu .-. Jl .iVa c. a a
750 P. M., on the euninR of the 15th Inst
The new hum of tin i ofi . -
n Ha namiHt
11 re dollars is the jt capita tax for copies.
The Cabinet in ri.1 mmt! . ,
Messrs. Gibson and KaaJ at Wabnanalo. Mr.
Preston at fflhaina, and Mr. Bosh in town.
A metfriT of Dim TmciMa nr it,
Qoeea'e HospitU will be heU this t orenowo. at 11
wav iim wMwiwt i jvuuuercQ iKXixns.
Throoch inactTeztmea thu mm nf xrM r n
Hendry was omitted from our Dote upon the Fort
Street Social Entertainment Mrs. Hendry read
Brady, hare obtained a flow of water from the well
Uias bored on the premise of W. IiUther Wileoi,
Esq, on Kins street;
That Run Pnniwi i vrit. f.
qnolcs part of an editorial which amxvuvd In tha
Jdctrtiur, in sapport of its statement that alaTerr
exists on these "'a.ri'ls,
Interesting and ralnable articles will be foand
on oar first and fourth TOKes, and In tbe
and as they are all original they will well
repay carefal pernsaL
Mr. t. A. Cnuan will dellrer a Lvlit. tJ ,.
nnspioeiof the Honolnla Library Association at
their rooms oa Tnnadav vnfnw , mi.
Sabject, " The King of Alon.''
Hie Y. M. C. A. bniljine'. on lb A mmmr nt Hntni
and Alakea streets, is rapidly approaching com.
pieuon. a do present aspect ot tne atrnctnre indicates
a large and commodious building.
Ererbosj Dame Bttmor hath it that there is a
serious disagreement between the Prime Minister
andHlsEx.Mons.Feer. Fosslbly the ministerial
jam t t ii ail ain il Jtl f iLt. am. .
"wuwi wsuiuaicu wiu pij upoa una ueine.
HlftBtinrf Dnerntlntlsl BaTi'i in tiawn haan atnln
Oonmiimcfd &t lhe onirriftq rrn ihm tnnnVn id rr
: JJeretania street. Sereral exploaions heard dnrinc
thiW TVlKf lAauin artnKfiia.1 n fa.. .
ar ' "- uvuh. niniuiu Ml tun DUUjec.
The insUtUioe on the eanronf ihn Atnaririn chin
limit, at nresent In harhnr. (ir ruun A r,A tii.
carRo. lamber, has been sold for the benefit of the
imderwnteriL Messrs. Levers t Cooke were the
Frank Kellcj and John Graham are now inmates
of Oahu Jail awaiting trial, charged with a
plantation, Ahnimann. The sum of $330 abstract-
The choral Herrinea at Vnrt R(tm,( rrhnw.!, n
ThankBgiTing Day were excellentlr rendered by
the augmented choir, six female and seTcn male
voices, and well merited the encomiums of the
lirra nuniMtM ,ii..miI
Somebody's coachman, namn imVnnwti m.
rather nncermoniously lifted from his perch and
deposited in the dust of the road, onBeretania
street on the morning of the 2nd nut. Bibulous
influences worked the change in position.
The Facinc Mail Company bitTe made arrangements
by which tha agents here, Messrs. Hackf eld
& Co., can issue tickets to San Francisco and return,
at reduced rates. This arrangement will
tend to augment travel to and from the Coast.
Wonder if that "Khedira letter" whM, i n-
narffd na harlni. lVAn rwaivMl t In mm m..1.t.
teralod Arabic. If so, the probabilities are that
u uuovmu uuuuiauuu u. ujo jiuiusier OI
ioreign Affairs will be drawn on for a translation.
A performance under the auapices of the Honolulu
Amateur Dramatic Association will take place
at the Mario Hall on the evening of the 12th IniU
..a. which ..! .1 a.aa an a
on aauwl occasion the operatta
miu tho farce "A 8acnt lTotector"
A "grand Christmas lotterv"'
attention of rolarleaof chance.
Can-L J. H. Brown talnlr InaranafrAal A a. nf
Bcales on which many a pound of grain had "been
weighed, and when asked what relation the scabs
Inspected had to the true standard, blandly replied,
"about as six is to ten." The listener left, happy
in the thought that he was not a horse, nor owned
TbO nrftflaant RimMrAnnt ttF lliat avtmat la fn
exact accordance with tha nmrnofatratinna fif
Professor Swift, who declared that it would
pear less aisunci alter now, although
it rises at ait earlier hour, midnight, it is but -n
ghost of the eometary appearance of a fortnight
Tbe statement that the case
was to be transferred to Lahaina for trial is
wrong.- The case still rests in this district and
Kjbablr will until all the available Jurymen here
ve had an opportunity to express an opinion on
ItS BnlfrM Mima aillfrai.Hfrnl ( nnana frn Y.w frKa
-- . fr. waaa fr.fr M, frfrl;
TheAneliean Chnrrll Phrrmtrln fa thn fltt.frif a
new monthly Journal, which has made Its appearance
among the literary productions of this city
linn Ita nrt tlltm1... ta a arall aaalta., ,., aA aaa J
able production, ltev. A. Mackintosh and Ber.
George Wallace are the editors and we wish them
and their journal success.
The express drivers of the city met in council
at the hall of Mechanic Engine Co. No Son the 2d
lust and organired ty the election of a President
M. Green, Secretary Charles Carter, Treasurer
M. Buckley. A committee was appointed to draft
a constitution and by-laws. After tha transaction
of some other business the association adjourned
until tbe evening of the Cth inst.
The Minister of Foreim Uelationa and iho
Minister of Finance have gone on atrip together
to the other side of this Island and have thus left
iafrDfrbUufratfrt.euaifrjwiiau7u4Ka.eir prelecting lnno
ence. The dread with which the general public has
been filled in expectancy of the earth's collision
with the comet is as nothing in comparison to the
chaos that might retmlt in affaire political during
4h. a1a.an.. nf it, ..a.a.. a a-T
.a.. .. .av va aa. yiiafrbfrafrtai I . a.l.lia)Cfra UJ U1B
Mecsrs. E.O. HallatKnn bam nn a nn
a... j, a ,a.j
neat and taJanar. wbirh
tribnling among their patrons. Besides giving
(he usual information, the phases of the moon
IM .ta mnfrat .in 4h. alat . la aaL a ..... .!. a
a. v aaaiv. waa tfrfr. iwaa, fr.fr BULU B UUtUUCfr 4aaSK .
child can readily tell the moon's ago. Acain.
afr nnl. ialh.J a aal.... . a aabT fr . l . '
aw vufrj fr aMC,, a bfraaniinita im XaXfrvS DM 441010
are eix months of IBM at well. A handsome
metal bead piece, with the head of liberty, and
date, 177G completes a very pleasing piece of
The fair held at tha Mcsln Hall nn h wu, ;,
In aid of bt lonis Gollcge realized a total gross
receipts of $3,KP received from the several tables
U. J. X. 84as L048SO, Miss Agnes Atjett
G75, Mrs. J. A. Bsdsnet (tee, Madame Ftxt
1 187.10, Mrs. Gilbert Waller and Mrs. Macfarlane
tSSUQ, landscape (oostrtbuted by Mrs.
lannnra 110 ataaa Va. tVU 111 ill - t. ,,
IliT fil Vlai M WUaa... l ,na j. .rr?
Vaaa.avafrjaviaifr. .... .. III. tfrbfrsfrVtit, llvUUy laaOaO
(67.20, Miss Morgan (coUectiona) (7,
Tin mate of tha C. IL BifArm. Mr.
lately met wilia aerere aeddiat and which at
one ura was reared would result Bcriously. A
loading block nsed ln hoisting cargo became
a.vaa nfrUM ailU UJU1 WUWB414 Blaabaa
the mate on the left aide of the head and with
autta? a IW aafrOCK UlUl aKZaStUeSS ZU VfrXOCa
dition be remained for some hours, being removed
to ILo Hospital on his arrival in lUfa city,
Aow, however he has rallied and is recovering
from the shock given to his system.
The irDDent trabilirv nf a n.t in !.
ftlfracks of those musical but too familiar insects,
fadlaOed A Ivttlnaa. fn th ntavla. TTntaf 4av .ataaat ILa,
one ot tbe latest novels. A lamp, being deemed a
atlfrgnct, was also toouittt lc llUiadiEg
indooijd atep, and fJw ncle4ed lamp set fire to
Happily the Same awoke
ilia aataWnaW lui aWl IfrHtnaatLaAfrf ikfl fiia lv.r.Wi Vaa.V
. .aara., ..a paaaaaav. atn. aia VvVtRiiVaU
Through the courtesy of Dr. McEibbin, we learn
that the rain fall for the month of December, as
taken by him at his residence, Beretania Cottage,
Ua. 1 M f a.ha frUa T a. .,-!.
aiaa aw aauaucn. A. alio IVO WUIU, BCCOIXXing IO
thn nf Mr S V WTIaa 1,a all .-
now attracts the
$1,000 worth of
prizes, tickets one dollar each. Mr. J. W. Luning
ml Mr. M M.Inaana aaa tlaa aM.'.a.a a .L.
'-- - ' a aib.a.vj UfrC afrfrS frlfrVajUbfrOIB Ul lUO
enterprise and the ticket are meeting with ready
Hon. A. Francis Judd delivered a iecture in the
native language at Kanmakapili Church on the
evening cf the 1st inat. The church was densely
crowded on the oocasion, and the native element
seemed well pleased with the speaker's discourse.
A translation was not available.
The Transit of Tenus takes place to-morrow
(Thursday) and scientific parties in available
places will be watching the occurrence. The
I , atiaitfr rt frlaa ala.al a aaaa frt.a .!. . a
aaaaaaa..,,. aue (JUaUCk MaUas me U1SO Ol UIO DQU
will be visible hero, but the point of contact,
occurs before sunrise. Tbe next transit occurs
June 6, 2COL
The old echooner llattnaitl lalnffaaff Ibi, and tt
the Mall dock was visited lately by some thief or
.1,a ImmV. .uu.. a lal. a 1 I a . I . a
aaa.,. a baa aaaava UlVb,VUB lluU4 UaaQ BaaaalCaajU
therefrom a lot of brasswork the property of Mr.
Eobertson. The location of the vessel sfegest
natives as the probable guilty parties.
The officers of the Survey Department per Mr.
C J. Lyons, have made arrangements by which
the correct time can be furnished toallimblia
time pieces, viz. to government offices, churches,
schools, steam mills, plantations and jewellers'
wap aaaE.a;,Cfr WalalvVavU UJ IXlEVUXJUCt
The Meftara. Tanr still i raf.ln il,;, nnA
luck in securing prizes at raffles, as on the evening
Vfr frfrr Ml frifraaa, frifr ta frTalaUO 404 B QaaUlJOna nng, OBIU
afr aaaa avBMir jauuao, ue Wfrnning numoer, at, was
thrown by Mr. Henry Hart, the chance belonging
to Mr. 8. G. Levey, who thus secured the ring.
daoan had baas dotu, bat bKBtal Jkif Hinft tm
wrtlj fai the alteapt ItfaaemtwteteJtolMa!
George DtSs ana Baaael Beekfort tiro
dulls of the sona rrf Hn. t . v
Kame at a hotae on Bmlth Meet, JaWr, and at
tie raidssioaof theftsie Sean m kdeited to
cllate, Ihirts attempted to eat a poaad of fledt
frara tmdr th l.e.k.tj jyTVi. T.T
miu a razor, on the ereslag of the lt last, but
pair socoeodtd ja taflJotla a geek nboot six
and Officer Hehrtena intt&A
imtu for an assmH
eoredBhjloek jras Bsedbj Jsas iieierton:
BeckforcTe roond waa happily cady a, fleah cot
who dressed itv
At Walanaa twn vlta fm t imJ . jjk.
of respccUTelj, SOTahdlJOO feet without obtain-Jag
flowing water. Mr. Bichardeon, the
manager of the Walanaa Plantation, haa
started a. third well, and Jntends to bore the 1XX0
foot well still deeper.
A location has been selected bj 8nrTeyor
tha artMtlanvn atrVn w.i...
for which the hie LeMjiature approprUted IS.000.
And the residents of Haana hare been asrared by
the Minister of Interior that he will proceed at
once with the work of boring this well.
Flowim? water baa rnt!v IWn ni,4t fM
an artetiaa well at Mokuleia near Walalua. This
la tm flftV. .tl ... a a ., ,
locality. Three of them are affording bountiful
streams of water, and two hare prored failures.
The water is used for irrigating rice fields. A
auouuii uuua xaAiunQKi ana aTejy extensiTS
additional area of land is now being prepared by
Moaiwifr ivu.oa.nci. tor oova com ana nee.
The rice fields of the Island in nna mitannn
crop which promise better than ordinary results.
aae nix onus, inose iitue pests so tiestnxttre to
rice crops, are eTidenUydinunishlngj not merely
..wu. w, ajoKuuug iiuaxuuaa ox anepianien,
but owing to the ravages of the mynah birds who
seem to take delight In destroying the nests and
eggs of other feathered tribes.
The canfi cmrvl nf thn TalanA aaa Ttmmlitn. aw.tl
particularly those of Kaneohe, YTaialua and
The Kaneohe mill has commenced grinding
iU new crop wUchU estimated at i00 tons. This
plantation has about 300 acres of young cane on
new soil which f orbodes well for the crop of 1SSJ.
' " na.fr frAyfrUaaJCUCO ariiiinptr jjj
January on a crop which it is estimaled will reach
The Hoard of Education hare just completed a
large and well arranged school house for the
lllh anhnnl . tTa.uK. m Jl.a a '.
. "i .aauiumut. UID UiSfcaTlCU UL AOOiaU'
loa and Waialua hare already been provided with
iawilll Wa UUIUUUCUIfriUUSUOCalWU.
ll,AaA torn ei.t,rw,1s nva m.II . .fr fr t
-- nc wcafr uuvutaVCU aUU Ul K
very flciurisliimj condition, they having an aggregate
attendance of over 230 rrapils. The Board
... .j.iiuauij tfuvutiaa nn r.npnafq SCnOOl St
Waianae whets there is JL.ttounahing community
and many Portuguese chilSren.
The roads around the Island show that considerable
labor has been judiciously expended on
,r1t.aIaaaa da.. - a. S a. - a1al .
lUo .una jcar, nuu mey are generally
ui fair order, except the coast road from YVaialu.1
fAWllan.. b.J ll. ..) - a. ar .,,
.. waMac, aiuu frfrao frumi UUW11 UiO PSII.
Th!ilall...J.ltl1 .1 I .L-a .,
". ... .vaau ouu frAUMUUtTS frU WZBhCUeU
nnlailhifaniltn. Ik. I.fru.1 I. a, a
IUD HUCtUI lippiUpnailOa OK
the Legislature for it, and the big promises of our
Ministry. The coast road from Waialua to Waianae
was in former years kept in good order ; tot
nothing has been done to it during the past 25
IMrt nA ft tm am. a maa laiil a.a.1.1. aL. f
J- !-.". niilcicuui IfrUiCU U.Q IttUlS
of each succeeding winter are rendering worse and
worse, so that ere long it will become almost impassable.
And yet there ii constant travel ovar
this route and a portion of it is a mail route.
The tllTee maj.tP.1 rianl fAlt.a
arrived at Hilo on Sunday Nov. 2Glh, 30 days from
Puget Sound, with a cargo of lumber for estate W.
At a meeting of the Directors of the Hilo Telegraph
and Telephone Co. held on Saturday, Not.
23th, the line was accepted from the contracts as
completed and inpjod order from Walakea to Ookala.
lr. Beckwith was chosen superintendent of
the line for the next six months.
A lilerarv ami mnirlaai anfaai.Tnn.anfr ii,.
benefit of the Hilo Boole AcarvIaUnn ar h.M ot
the Court House Hilo on Saturday evening Nov.
23th. In spite of the extreme rainy weather and
muddy roads, there was a good attendance of
both foreigners and natives. In fact every reserved
Kaafr Waatakaan "Tha .... ... . . ..ail 1
" "a mam. .UD ulvlOauUB VI ilO OTCUaQg
was Taried and attractive consisting of Vocal and
Instrument, Music, Tableaux, BedUlions, and
Dramatic representations, all by home talent. A
repetition of the performance was called for, which
took place on Saturday evening. The result, financially,
amounting to upwards of a hundred and
twenty dollars nut, was decidedly satisfactory to
We learn fmm Tiannabnubran that thn
rains which bad lately prevailed throughout the
Uilaatalaal ..I I l-J. frt.- ataat. I-i ,
aaaav uaaaiMa l,VUUaXUatbCU UU UIO aafraal UlSaa, WUCal
some of the streams rose very rapidly and to a
aaaaatafr ' 1 fr 17.1.l. LflalT. at.
Via & "a---a WUCIW aUCaaaTS. IT.
Wagate it Co. are erecting a new sugar worka be-
It. tT "cant waicai zormeriy zeu over
the bluff there has been diverted for some distance
by the construction of an artificial channel in
order to increase the safely of the flat land at the
- b. uau frwaua. .UUU.U lalD al,W VlinHTiri 1U.U
successfully withstood some very heavy freshets,
tbe final burst of rain, bringing down rocks and
trees, gradually weakened the banks, and at last
nnPnitfl fl t,At IVmau tn fl.a aa4a a Ua allaV 1
a aiaa waaaaaw frva fraio Vla;t, Wfr fraio lallat, WilCIQ
a fnl I an. a. .aafraa JI 1 a.al
tfraafr, frUlaaa HIHI UCUriS 4C11 OVOr,
washing from their places the steam-boilers which
hail nlaaaail (n aallUa lal.a aJ ..111
..iava aaa ufrUklWal Oli. lUlllUg
them into the sea with great violence. It was not
yet known how many cf them could bo recovered,
and probably they would be much injured. The
damage may be from ? 15,000 to $10,000. The
whole remainder, constituting of course by far the
greater part, of this valuable new liuuihinery waa
in safety, although a rumor had travelled towards
Haifa that 41 ala.l.a.iaa..1 'ta a a
""" -"Ja Auowoan
and landing at a were undamaged by
the heavy surf, which had been running along the
The auction of David Crowningburg's effects
cameoff.otf Friday. It was very well attended,
and things fetch
tea eixcellent prices.
The westher on Maui is reported fair with occasional
showers.. During the week the surf has been
Mnnlnn 4 Hmanilnnilia 1,11. TT-1 ti tl a
The Kilatiea Hon mi nnM in ITaTminT
harbor last Tnesday. She turned b:ick and lay
- - - fat"- - .wiiiiiimmiaam UU UUt Kc C IKU-
lar anchorage until Wednesday morning.
A very large concourse of two Die assemhlfd tn
see the ceremonies connected with the consecra
tion of the Boman Catholic Church at .Matawao.
T.rfnOTlAO trttlfrfrftfl Itiw n tha ... a..
ndles distant An est imate is giren that 2J0OO per-
Thej New Liquor Lav.
EXHTQl GlZtrrrr: TvnrfrlTa nmlhn Hawaiian
Leglalature presented to the King for approval an
Act repealing the restrictions on the sale of intoxicating
liquor to natives. "The provisions of
this bill created so much anxiety among foreigners,
that the Chamber of nMnralmi nnantmnna!
adopted a resolution to memorialize the King;
praying His Majesty to refuse assent to the Bill,
and a dealra that rathar Iban avmr.il
the removal ot these restrictions, an Act should be
presentee, to tue Jjeglslature, then In session prohibiting
the importation or sale of any intoxicating
liquors Ih the Hawaiian Kingdom. "The address
was presented to the King through the Head
oi me 1o.oinet; ana uu Majesty concurring, I
beUeve, in the vtews of the Chamber vetoed the
During the recent Legislative Session, another
bill has been Daa-ed with a atmilar laMiW tanf
with more stringent provisions against abuse of
the new freedom to be given to Hawallans. I do
not know whether any representation waa made to
the Kinc or to the Cabinet on tha mrt nt fn..!
or other residents, adverse to the Bill; but the
Eoyal assent waa given, nnd now the Hawaiian is
aa. IWfrCOfrauu tat. lalO aTlfiUla. BIUl priVllCgCS TJaCll It
has so long been his custom to forego, I am free
to confess'that in the measure Just come into
operation, there are clauses which justify the
of many of its advocates, who claim that
If lnnnvtel al... -.
I', "ty uis new law would
check I was glad whilst abroad to
fr it. mo iunuu Japei3, expressions OI hope
that the natives would not abuse the new power:
anrl I an, aarnflfrnt that friaaaaa, at.... 4
aa.fr frfrfrfriiaufr,afr aUUH LU tua.
for the bill, or who Euppcrted it in the country
were some of the most sincere friends of Hawaii.
But I fear that all illusions have been dispelled.
Jinn In rtf hnraf nA ammalaa a
has fallen on the land.
The cune of d.rnntenness rests
a. aaauaag catfr, on ra.any lands;
ana pacnots would welcome any
RlfrlBITa thfrt aannlrl aJiaaV I. T V. ......
-- -..-". nwiaa vaaaja.. fra a LiBtO iuiDH UBaZU
Hawaii held np as a marvel ot elf-control, becanse
she dared to enact laws to govern her own
.attaat. fruua.zcwti ocas ago a gentleman was expressing
his admiration of this evidence of national
vigor, and I felt grieved as I told him this
was no longer true, and that the Hawaiian now
claimed the dangerous freedom fro which, in
nearly every land it is deemed necessary to protect
the colored races.
A short time ago a procession of mourners I
IftWaVl tt tha rrraraa vn. aJJa J. .at. t.a
"-,--" -a ..,. VfrMa NafrUOU OLUfraCU UOB4U 1UU1
stricken many hearts. As we passed along Bere-
- aaafrca;., aa atafraClfr aUUtrB Cam. ZawCiptUg OUI OZ
an enclosure opposite the Commercial HoteL
frvaaj ncfrd friatt laaaaa, BUU SB lOBy rUSUeia yelilag
across the street and apparently the
neLla anil btar aa.a.a.1 aaj.. frl . fr
more like cannibals waiting for their feast than
men claiming the mantle of vitiation. At their
head was a man who has for yean worn a royal
livery, and they danocd and screeched through and
Banofr I1.fr faaanl Ka. .....1 al ij?
..aaa aw annai. aa nnr. ...i .an
"fHJ inTfl ILW
hotel premisea, where their Yoioes wrere raised to a
,!-. ja)aaa,..a ta. C7 . . .
Jiouu street entrance, to getstharTiewof the
fnnftral . lint ha a. -1 ..a
decencT. The sight appalled me, and aest nt
.. ft i. it-Jit rrir "" o aaow
aafraa frt aa frfr tballuiO UUTeity GeTe.
""- the Act win "run
itselfout" But much wiU happen in two years,
.uv in it, u UCW0 H H BOW ROlIlg
on, where and what wiU the Hawaiiaas be tteT
iTaaaa Ilk. allaa.aLfr a.a. a a
..Louia.LTOoii tabtniagioBs, ano uu
to expect that all those Hawaiians who
have hitherto resisted temptattaB, wilt ooBtirae to
BdnidsnchBCneaaa are bejog etuctod aa
that a nock of sheep shall orntinueontal atewilh
a group of diseased ones ia their ranis. 'I am
told that in some tiisiiicts rat Hawaii, where driak
was formerly sold secretly, it eaa aow be bad
almost openly and no arrests are made.
Tne law has passed from the faanfe of those who
pnea could have prevented it; and now BotUnc
tat the vigilance, the royalty and the etevotion of
Uia Krerntirfi fmm 4ha .- &- .
mil; and we should appeal to all who fl anietr
FfirtMRMnf A h&A ta.lL.' e.aiti .
. -.a vk aaua H4nv uo
uaj buwuh m out W
proteAt; and as one whoslned thewsaanilst to
Tna MtllT aa al mm. . . ..
aa.ivu.fr.aaiaij HH 4WIOC mrnrnUX OM tWtrMBOS
Withdraw ray name from Ut tmperlers a
aoai ,u naefa samca tbe way fare armed.
latonldoot rantere Yo iatrada each a porely
PKaonUdecisioafnaopBbUoa maimer; werelt
?. ,' JS' peeiaiotvls made on. moral grooida
?"d,1 fflf desaand open aToral. J am.ttr,
yon obedieat gerraat; Xazo. H.
Aaaerleaai ThaniaelTia la
Thursday, the Xta nit-, the day set apart by the
Prnslllent Of IhATTnftaal Olata-a ,.. -",.-
lairing, was also observed for the same purpoocby
thO AlUia' tl'JTI aaajtalanfa Im fhta alia ta. Ca.
- - '' "iaa ... ..aaa aa.J, afrfr laayilinn aw
the Catll Isaned br TTta V.Tt.tfmrw m
Uinister Eesident There was a general closing
of business, and the observance of tha day as a
mblie holiilavwaa a. an In.
occasion of the cslebration of the asnivtriaiy of
aiawauan inaepenaecce, which fell on the 2S0x of
November. Onlv tTO dava i a aaawara.
nltion Of the dav wem hM In Kt
Cathedral and Fort Street Church, tha seiricea at
the latter having been arranged especially for the
TYiirr S I a a y Piiiiuaii
This place ot worship was crowded to its utmost
capacity by an audience which comprised the
Boyal Family, the Cabinet, GoTernment
and all the representative American residents o
the city. Eer. S. C Damon occupied a seat on
the pulpit platform with Pastor Crssan. At 11
oock the services were commenoed by a
on the organ by Mr. M. H. Jones, followed by
the delivery ot f he Lord's Prayer, response chanted
Hij Ex. the American MinisterKesident.
fravufrca. frlj fralCU iUaVlCSUCS UIO auCI UUeeia.
4.aawwaa.auaiawa MlfrU aaao VI fUlll
passed in, the audience tendering a graceful
ent to the Boval counle br njJnrr and nniln.
ing standini; until they were seated. His Ex. the
American Minister then made the following ad-
Mx Fanarnst Bef ore proceeding with the reading
ot the proclamation ot the President of the United
States, I ask the indulgence of a few words. The
observance of a day of national thanksgiving is
strictly an American custom, and as such is entitled
to-our especial countenance ; and although it has
been in vogue for more than two and a half centuries,
no other nation has as yet followed the example.
since thechildrenof Jacob dweitxiesideths Jordan,
a-. hmiwu vnu ow imiwku AS MIO UIU( IMTpUOUQ.
whose scattered bnt children areas
PnMd nnJa. (aa 4aaaaJ 9 aL.
a-"-' Hwae 'JMUAJ IU1UN U1D aHlllllUIIIU AlJU taUlj
aim lo give thanks to the Ood of their fathers for
all (aa. 1Tb kfrft Jaa - A I 1 ) . . a .
hwi uv an uuud lur.uiooi ia ue pane lor all
lie is doing for them now, for all of His promises
tfr If. fntnrn - tn nto IninVa TTlaa
'TChA Taarrallrtarl ln ,t,.l .,.aJ ..a.-a.
Whose Barer guided when their path i were dim : "
To lte thanki to that
Almighty Father from whole hand
The ccntutiei roll like grains or und."
The tiiantagiviW custom hadits origin with the
Pcntan Fathers of New England. For many years
after the arrival in the New World their hardships
weremanyandtheirprivatlonsgreat. Their scanty
crops zrom year to year scarcely sulUced to carry
than, ataawmavl. Ilia (a., a. J . t a 'a
. . a. fruo wu( uiu ngoruus winters 01
their new home. They tilled their fields with their
..fracas frtayLacvi HJalilU UaUJas, BUU UIO 0081110 atTOWS
Ihal f Aalra frt. a... frt. ....I. frt.. frl.,., . a
aaaitfr .utfrtca. frfrfrc.it lalU)U WO lUiCBCUI WCTO aimOSt
a a vtl.ntfrnt !- ILm. It. ...I.l at. a ....
o F'saattfrUfr .. .HO frUUifrUl. Ill CU010 UlOm W DCST
their heavy burdens of danger and destitution,
their Council yearly set apart a day of solemn fasting
humiliation and prayer.
their skies became brighter, and their
fields broader and more green, and when, one
Autumn, the usual motion was made for aday of
fasting, humiliation and prayer, an old member of
the Council rose ... such . a man, I can . conceive, as
.aa alam i.t.1 a a a. , ,Jl
niHDKlalWlU fraUiafrUfrail aifrlBULBJlt, mBUO glOlaOUS
by the verse of Whittier and moved as a substitute
that a day of thansgiving and praise be appointed,
for, aald he, our streams are full of fishes,
via. Kt ifrtfrifrfr tall ttfrtaiiUiUlCUni, aUUl pCaaOQ BnuSDUUO
ance sleep upon every threshold. The substitute
was prompt and adopted, and thus was inaugurated
our day of thanksgiving. The custom waa con-
h thtt aTfrjaillfr.fr nt frtia aaaa.a, t a
.- -J a aabwMH a b. a., aug p,Cfrafr DMKa BUS
the day was not always uniform, although
It extended from New England
to the Middle, and thence to the Western States,
but was seldom observed in the Southern States. '
It was during the rebellion that Abraham Lincoln,
tbe greatest of all the martyrs to the cause of
human liberty and Christianity, first made Thanksgiving
Day a national holiday. He appointed a
w. ...nii.aii.mm tttjtfr ta. a a cj, tutu uio oxecuuvea
ttf 4hlt frfrfrfrafrl llfalaa
uauaMa. TT. J a a
. ""j""", ajtattto loisuituii xeucrai control
llT V-H --..- al
--,- kjhuik ub same
rfetV krtrt Ivaaa afsta .!. . al 9 aa
-J uiw MAO .L14W1U CUU UaalXlt tile
jear by proclamation, and the of the
iBMntanna ImiI smm. It-
aitlnn a. Ilia .......aalaa .V ...frt.
aaaaawt. auafrufrfrai, lata IfrCVJtca Ufr DaUfrUa
His Excelleney then read President Arthur's
proclamation, followed by the choir singing the
anthem "Thou vialteth the earth," etc Pastor
Cnuan then read a scripture lesson. The grand
anal ait, laalllaatall -L.. frt L a. .fta .
aaaaaa auuilllic AaafrCfrlwafr WlfrB UlCU BOllg Oy ICO CtfrOlT
and congregation, and the
"Y7 ou fcUO heartfelt manner III
which it was rendered proTed that the thoughts of
ably wishing for a little turkey and 'cranberry
It tV Alter prayer
by the Rev. Dr. Damon, the choir and congregation
sang the following hymn, composed and written
expressly for the occasion by B. M. Daggett:
Air i "GrfenlaUIcylotntaiH."
O Thoa who rent the watcn and ret thy children free I
O Thou who calmed the tern pest that twept o'erGallleet
To Thee be eer thankijltlnr, now and forever more.
iTaSam S.a am ..vat TLHfrfr....a . ..
. v.aa at. awfruj iraiau, uyirccuoma muuoni lane,
IUng throu;h the land Thoa gaveit, and now with heart
We catch the iwelllng anthem.and on the weitem bretie
Are borne oor volcca wtthlt beyond an the Vlirai.
Betide the palm, O tee mil Beneath the nfii hear.
And set i lien within to tell na Thoa art near.
?or,a,Tn' ftet, q Fatherl we liy our hopei and feari;
At Thou wert with onr fathers, be with a throueh I he
leinl ( Bread fruit.)
J. A. Cruzitn then delivered the Thanksgivisg
Sermon. Which Waa ltafjaniirl fit tattli .alnan,. frll.n.
tion during itsuHcranoe. The epeaker took for his
text a verse from the Psalms and spoke as follows:
rtlmi,H7: a). He hath not dealt io with any nation.
Joy-bringing, glad, old-fashioned Thanksgiving
has come again 1 Nothing could stop it. With the
fruufruuag ii awoao m new its home, hurried
Southward across the Potomae, and Westward
lirmUlhaVfrlhfr. rtt Walaaa la. t frl 131
T, aaaifrbta, UW OlBrraB
and Bocldes, and, kissingwith gladness every city,
hamlet, town, and heart on Its way, on, on It
came, out through the Golden Gate, across the
Pacific to our Island homes. Down through the
weeks and months, too, It has come, through midday
brightness, and midnirht darkness: now
wreathed with orange blossoms, and then strewed
with funeral weeds ; amid instruments that piped
the quickstep, and others that drummed the
Ttl miwh. lint frVrt it aana. Tl alaa1 I. ILu.iL
--- " a... wa aa taiaaac. aa BVbg'ycu 1U laUUtigH
the golden gates of the morning, bearing its arms
full of blessed memories and nllling our hearts
nfrfrfr. tatfrtfroaro. tyUiUQ IXa, Bald WSaGOmO, OU OAy I
fragrant with a thonsand memories, boms down
nnH.r II,. ral.lit .if taaaaaaa., 1 B
aaaaa .au aufrill ut IllllUIIICiaUlP 1SCZC1C9, SUd HU
to our hearts how great Is the goodness of God.
This is in American day. I speak to an audience
larawl. aw.aaavaa ., frb...fr.a. a. .a. a
vaj at niilvHIaUlB, 41U JaUHlCr WHCTO
his tempoiary home may be, the American counts
only one land, one nation, one country homt. The
la-Ill of his tvlla at 1 a aa -.a-B-- ..
birth is aliraTi home to him nnOSr
only an abiding place." .And so, when he
this iael national T ..!. itt. a
great Psalm, the lth, from
which my text is taken, though he knows that the
unknown author had the Jewish nation in mind,
still the American finds " America! " " America! "
written between every one of its majestic lines.
The theme to which I call your attention this
morning is: "God's dealings with American
WUM iui UCTUUl A ng."
Am"n(Jt tl J 4h hmvid nf mAal wi4Ta Tm.Ja
is a Difine appointment in the geography of a
;reiu nation, if yon trill thoughtfully study a
nan .-. Ilia HHtalJ f it. Ifa.l.a a a.r a Z . a .
uusp . .UO tTUAlU, 111 IUU ilgUt OX U1SVJTJ DElSt aUd
S resent, you will soe that, between the SOth arid
Jib decrees of North latitude all tha i-rest
of the M.V and all tk. a.a.a alla.
past, tha great nations
"it, were ana are locatea. xms narrow zone, indeed
we may even contract by ten degrees, and the
raan.fri. nil afrflt I 1.1 fr T- a aL - 1 a
aivtauauu iud laJVUU UL UUfl XOUO j 0Ub DO OuS
familiar with history will claim that those nations
lying North or South of this narrow belt havt
been potent in controlling the destinies of man-
Vla-l-V fill. - al la lL a. a frt VBTl
..fr tatfrl taiLVMI faTUC, Ul (UQ BUU, rUnOVaO,
Babylon, Israel, Greece, and Borne In their turn
held the scepteV of power. To-day Bussla, Ger-
latauj, Auauin, zzaiy, trance, ano Jangiana are
within this zone. Within these n arrow limits, too.
, brvfrfr V.U aaCUUUIiC.
Not only did God give our nation a place in this
Jne of power, but lie gave as s territory of wonderful
arrfnl advantages, la.fr.li'fra and ...ala. Ta
fertility capacity. Joeeph
PafrV In Lla la... a fr lfl.1 fr. F 1 (fr
naa aaaa. tcvalfrao LaLl UllilaLLe frUUCZlCal, BByB,
" that if yon cut from the SUC0.CC0 square milej
of the Old World and the VifXapia ofthe New, aU
mountainous, frozen and arid regions, the remnant
nf TmVrlnMtn tvnll im tan nt11i.a. aavnaa. a.tl.a I
lhaa 411.1 Wnall an .,... tfrt..ar
-- b..a a.w.aa, Buu rial , miailtaaafr, 1U lalO frlvW,
Of these eleven million square mQea God has given
to the United Stales the finest and best Di.
vjvfrvu aaja oz toe unitea states : iter
resources are such that she can give a farm to
every family on Uia Globe, and furnish food to
eery person." The Dnliusd States has a shore lint
the circumference of the earth; it has a
river navigation double even this vaat maaanr.
The Holy Land is less than the small State of Vermont
Yon can lay the map of Francs upon tha
State, of Texas, and hare a fringe around the edges
suflaent to make three States as large aa
HmihiI.. a a... IW . a
waa il; a. CAJafrlaUCUta UCtT aUlaCS
ed by two oceans, our Bepublio a domain
greater thin that of ancient Home, when her Eagle.
"" VattlCa laTUUZ laU) aaUpaLTaiba LO 1.111111.
Anal (nil Waafr alVma.n la .ui. .a.1. aJat. t fr.. ..
'. .aa. n.f.i.o.it frttat UtUJ frltat U4 frlS
ductive soil, bnt In everything needed by a (treat
people. Oil bubbles from the center of the earth to
frfr., aliCU tiUtaavVfr 1 aTTBata. DeifrB OZ COB1 Bin MIITIS
ode by sida with veins of iron for oor actorias:
tna mountains of the West hold in their stony
hands and hearts all the precious metals.
ra ct w xiaiy torn Deneaui her sunny sites, but
Honda has a finer winter. They go to
land ta. trantr nrmn IK. 41. ...4 'fr. ?...-. a
---a.- aa. .u van, aafrfrfr fr.fr Vfrbfr I II a II fr aOfrT
the Bhine seenary. But are have otirihockiaa and
Sierras, our .Uleghanies and tYhite
while our Hudson, the Mississippi, and the
bia rivers are unsurpassed for bmntr and irnl.
-Jt not only was America prepared
to be the home of a great people, it
lull, TaaafraTfr4 la. Ih. aala. . at.. ..l.fr. I.
.-a, aaa.iaawi tfrfr ...nil H ua UJO 41KU4 VCCVtM
to lay broad and deep the foundations for a great
natfnn. Th. rt.t. ,... H. tLM.. .a, TL
7 -- aaaa aaaa naaa, IIHIMtll tattaj IU1 taUJa
hidden away again, till God's time be ripe
tolUBettlement Itissow accepted as a fsS
by scholars, before Columbus,
Northmen TisttedAiiaaica, and event-
rj" Til. --? B&tuaBiwtaa
men and their aIndonmait of America, is one of
we.ma.rms of history,. Then came tne Welsh
pj&ttV&nd liter tbexs Colozabos. and
-.--" """ .. .a t
wi.j WM mit aJUUtfliJBl BUTSttHU
ers. Then still later came the t&rlrEneiiMi ad-
TtllTirr I,.- ."". . j
satt, bat fame and fortune. Bat U was sot
liVM1! Minnirtil. (hatfU. -Jl- I. ra fa .
-- -" ii.su uenwaossoua do
xwd ores by the oman Pontile or become the
"raw,c xawmn uaLoo
owooffiftMcre, crossed tttea the Miri-
taieoMue p&faed North into Calif oraia, ht
God apiafelT eooeoftted the goion teeaaues
f rom Enknd aad
ZT. , --- a Km WHMKL At IMS (UN IM
Jaatiiey loved tttMenldllut fcSti
" frvu BM VM IVBSSI
materiall1 Nobs. Cream, wiu. m .
Wa. faaiavVjva 1m. a aaaa ' aaaTTT '. ."-' " " '
JT tT" vfa vaeear
H"M fre !- When JPater the Great
fKu fa auiata ua lorraaiaa nattoa
WlMre pothers left of. It wad God's parpoSto
!SI? 3 J oSSdaOaa of oar coaatry laid byiwt."
of high character and Intellect. Nmhen
ever start with so much of of
of all the detveat
tfOAl trim .j - - t m
- - prapte. . OKI
;&n through the early history of America OoeVa
hwasaeen. Hecauaed tie germ of
EE t,n .b:".".
J?"7' .F'I5?nU,." U cornerHrtoiieir of oaf
Bepublio tha Free School and the Free Church. It
raa fcala. It.a aaa .t.t . a-3
" J laalia WO KtUUvU OUT
oenee i and Ha has ftirnished tts great men for
JS C& J? ml18 "ecttra " heritage pf nationality
which Ue had given na.
IE And this tngijsu, second, that we should
lafrj.araiuua ufrOuajlKlTinglOUCXlIOr tUS WCncleT.
fnl development and powerwhieh has leen realised
' Ood planted onrKepnblte'at Irat the
be as a nation, Just when the era of rifeat uiaecr.
H1 I -l I nr. as - - - a . . . 2. .. .
aiai kUMWUOi oaiLa riiuriiTHi'i au
508! n,Jf' languages and religionj poured into
-T aaaaan ua ailltin, UH Dntaa .XUa
heart, tod see the result I-One hundred years
a,,,, ua. aacuuuaT uu tees man mreo muitons of
people I now we hav E2.oainm. Kh in a h,.
the great granary of the world, last year vixralucinB
. . . .
AT unetl aihul aa a nnerniiMf
MUACM Wi GUM OUI UAAMIW I0HS OZ Dlff
iron I and nearly tVOJXO tons of steel tails were
forged tn her furnaces. She has 100,000 miles of
lailroad, nearly 10,000 mUes having been built last
Jri which cost more than fS,0(J30OlOO. In ten
...... itcafrfrbfruiicauifro Quies, wuicn up to wiuiin
a few years were thought fit only for agriculture,
aaaaaia aaa frtlfrt Aaaa, frUaaHUaCZOrifrag
Whmm Itltinil Tnvtflnafra aannnafr fa f 1 Blfl
last ; Jnlj, at Woodstoclc, Ct.: M We seera deaJUns
ngnres oi astronomy wnen
WAhMttn tk.ua ln.in.am 1 W-a I-. .
l.U.I.KUSO HUtUUm DQIOTB OS I JM
W f1rrvnftn ttia wwa - II ,-
ttiat pome in sight only oo.co in a centorr bet n
tta. f.aaatal... .J
- i"J aw.iui,iijBH
ment of material pt
nil timtk Tl-la -.!-
""- a j uwtm waaWaiAifc. J. i
tail.. aj at at .llir, w .
.w uao Kirait uura 01 uis ocean vw
to raat mm aimisst' i -C Wuional
haaallaaafrl aamai A afff t w al - 1 It .
--' ucuujouuf uui tu uii ut me cnnuinjr dsts
ravii nf al.n. IL. ..a.l ... "j ..
QSTelQnmpnt and ik
and reaches ererr interest ami mrnmnnifr't
Bat America's present, Tast as it is, is iiishmk
mmriAr wlfh thn ha . ..
ffl . h T hlsra ittMifl Ja... . Taa I. la.l.t.
fifinre showing that America has a greater area
of aoil, by one million square x&iles,
uian au uie uia n oritu xma great spea&er com-
' Here then, bursts upon ns the greatly
and organizing American fact, that th$ Xeie
Werfdtan $npport a grtaUr population than MeOttl
World. It it can, probably It ttltimately will. In
tnla -ma faflj .Uh.. TI....1L. sl.ie.ii. m
. s. ucax uw loouaus or
fate, with which it behooves the dim stir of ores
it IBM tn Vaan elanin
The great orator waa not using empty rhetoric.
hntatatintT Whftt 4hta 'nlnr. ,11 a.l,a aallJ a.tT
ttantial facta. I am still a young man, but f have
seen the population of the United States increase
from seventeen to fifty-two millions. I expect to
hundred millions I The hard facts
"I-- that Ft la- t 1 . Il
our .American population doubles eTery
jears. The doubling is cow of great and
Mlralnaa nnnalut. Taaffu..a.ltl. ..t.laa aa.
a,.Vaaart aawvtl. aLfrq frUU UP tfrfrfrlj taallal IftlCU, UUH
on a breadth extending from the Lakes to the
Gulf, it advanced westward seventeen miles each
year, and he professed to be profoundly moved by
the spectacle of this deluge of men driven on by
tha hanrl of (InA. TtnHhfrh....a.aaa. ..
.. . .. ww aaa. aawauiauiil oia.a frfrfrifrtCB TCI
pore rapidly now. To the naluralincrease, which
Is shown by the census to be three per cent annually,
we must add the Incessant Btream of hundreds
of Uonaanda nf (rntnlimnla amnar .aa -.. . ...
" ""' J"' "u ""
"BtiTpose," gavs Joseoh Cook, "that Hi---, .-.
one hundred millions of people in Jlmerica in the
tPffrir9nm r frnvat Inat ak.u .
In 1300; but I wish to make my estimate mildly
moderate. England and lrtaala, the most thickly
populated ports of Europe, now increase at the
nlinfainmfhinnHaM. .I .....tt Y..
T a ....... waao LCiil. ttaaafrlUUiy. afrCl OUT
emigration fall away; let wars storm oyer our
territory from time to time; who shall say that
our rate of increase, will not. In a hundred or two
hundred years, be equal to that of suffocated Ena-
lanrl anrl Danaala a. .la. a frl.tt l. t T
cent, annually, after the year 2000. Even at this
percentage of increase we should double once in
eaundred years. Then in 2100 we should hava
aXXfrJiaiitXXll in 23.1. JTaiminVTa In anaYt tnt nrvt
CTO;in2mi.600.CCa(MO: and in 23?3
. ,-, ,,
DO VOn think Mr flnnV mniala amnalnn al..l.
wltb great figures?. The last edition of the Encyclopedia
Brltannica, Just issuing from the priss.
TtTnTntliMt ll.fr Kafrl Jaaaallll T,?I . V
.aaia tfrfr I t;afrfri;attaUal WUICU XaUTOpe
has given to the topio by these amazing worda:
aa .aaia.fr..iafrifrfr frca.aafriaS VI frVUlCfrfrbaV WBTS XUlly
developed, It would afford sustenance to
inhabitants a number nearly five times aa
great aa the entire mass of human beings now existing
upon the face of the globe I What Is even
more surprising, it is not improbable that this
prcdigious population win be in existence within
three or at most four centuries."
Looking through these "stupendous figures, as
aaav.ufr.ua frblciaaLiaLV, 1UIU OQCalvaS lUtUTe, 1 Stand
in awe. America, great as she now is, is only ln her
lint Brill nnt har war. aaaaafrna I
- -- "... v.. aaa.
abaj KfrtatfrafrCOO U2UVS QH
avaauitaii aa nut ner great weaiui, and the
luxury and extravagance, already sapping
herstrengthf .Vre not frVmeriean politics already
hopelessly corrupt? .ire not morality and true
vaiwuawtj luolul; tuci4 uuiu upon tne nearts ox
the people" Are not the days of the Bepublio
almost numbered? " Tea," say tha alarmists. But
I da not thm r WHrm d.. jr. -
- .-. av..B,ieiflut tne American
people never teere n sttv? tnoratty at to-day, and
for this I would hay" you gire derout
Inn tn ItnA
T TTI Tint tillnd tn tha ttt ttaaat -. 1 t .
T "- wom uini, uur American
are to be subjected to a fearful strain in
tn fn(RM flniat nnMama a a a
- --- " ." atuuaewe MXMUJ PJUinUi HCT.
.How to control and regulate great monopolies i
lhil rnnflf a
ntfll iiuu liiuur; Commnn.
lm mnn hn -. -
unirersal ; the spoils system " In politics
these weighty problems and many others already
demand tha nanrmn thrmoht -)--. - a..
American. The nations of the earth are coming
lt l.ar Ann Ttia .. . ..at a .a . ..'a
n-... aa.,. a.ao tJ Italtliaaae. OZ nUUianity
are meeting on her shores, friniwith these come
diveree customs, and bitter prejudices,
tlfr Ttafl ,aj amfllalna fallLa n
... .abba, aaa waaaafrfrafrtafrK ILUtlaS,
Tn ha, mnnl maa la l .J.i. tt m
aa aa. a... fraa nv.fr frfr, frtaUCifrbbl U UUT IJOpe. 'X HO
inner moral life of the nation is indiromsiible to
Ji? -.!?!" Permanence. It is to
the Nation what enterprise; courage, and faith is
to the man. It t tn lh. H.ilnn it.. ", i. ."
the body. If America has lost this, or Is losing it
than IS Iha atfanmawt Ftila fait.. - UiTPl i7
--- - - a.bb frLfraa. aa, tatj iJuwer wiuiwjucn
she murt meet these great problems and withstand
the strain that must inevitably come.
America has not lost this power. The threo
Kcna LviuTauiD morai powers in any nation are
the home, the press and the pulpit Keverfefore
did these mightr
abaa, .a aafrifrcfrfrtafr nt, U tq0 natlOU at
large the home Is more attractive, home-training
lit tnnr thatmnna, an.l tniallti.fr ."..a .:.,.
aaa aubCtliyLal, KifrU 00X60(4.1 11-
fluencs stronger than tner before. As longai a
nation fa ftna..nra, t. if. ,,.. it... liZz. ,.
reasonably sure of a cimtihningTdbTrelonine. and
constantly more powerful spiritual
homes i are the unseen springs among the hills.
? "ii? T", '"""oanding emrcnU
of public moral nrosneritv and Ufa
The prats of America is a mighty moral nower.
Jtf u?. JT??t ahould be, oTas It
might be. It is sometimes bitter and not always
fair. It naramtlmtxm im
There are excsptlons. where the .press ia pniahas.
awe, and a mere But the Ieadifig
reccgaiie the foendatioa
of morality. The influence
of tte press, on the Whole, is for good.
nat navaw .v- a . . . . .
laa. EJ.;. wntS3.KS" 1F?V TW1:
zssiitira: n.i'rts .ii.,.-i?i
-J, aaaaaa aa , aa vat) BUUfrO IPHSUilla
facta. Uw hundred years ago in America there
was one Protestant Christian in every fifteen of
her people snow there ia one In every five. Tnen
them waa nn. TOmrrti hnllattn. a J a ran vt
- . aaa..a aaafrfraaaja, ti, KtKtJ 4 JAfrU OX
herpeojJejnow there is one to every HBTThe
SSao.?n7:afrI,rDP,rt' Inoreased In the
UmtBtateata twenty .years, from 1850 to 1870
from tS7ftXfiO0 to bB3,000L People do not
""""t Ir, that for which
...-.- .law,, My WtMMMW 1V4 tf U4krU UiVJ C39 nothing.
Thothreaprincinal Protestant denominatlnnaTS
Umtrf States, the Baptist Methodist, Ifld
ntdntertan, Inereased their membership one-
i a r aa 7 ., r J4 wren ioti ana las.
frlnd tliat these potent powers, the home, the
preL and the pulpit are keeping the moral life of
Uia nation stalwart and vigorous, is proved in
- aa ni.a.fr. p HfrBtfrJtJ. .1U frtllUOn BVei
";-"" aaaa aatfrubaitv auutal UUWCT. 1Q4T CUT-
ried a banner on which waa written:
" for tlzht Ii i rlrtt, slnee Ood Ii God,
frlnd rieht the day out win t
To doubtwoeld be dlaloyaltr.
To falter wosld be aln
Awin, in 1876, daring that famous electoral contest
between Hayes and Tilden, the Government
terrible strain. IVhat if
Bnt how grandly America
bore It There were nc riots, no bloodshed, no
i to arms by defeated leaders. See how Amer-
yLzllLir "'- H-""o ana scnun or ner
foreign immigrationl last year. andaOOOU
000 in lh .af 777'.
--- - ---.....
a nnfiuyear Uu
fmm rntp in ti il. ... . .
.J??M"m F?a"' yc RftCT Jcart into America,
K!i.r5:mi?El7moraaf J berpfwplacon!
rftivS ".r" ot ine people of Amerita are
stul right, tha recent election is an example. The
nAtTnfataSaaa. lavan frmi.Jl.. , ., a. Z"a TT
'a ana. .irnifrllllinj, VI. 1US afrCPtalabaaZ
party Civil Service Bef orm. the abolishment of
paall politicians; and demagogues in high places,
insolently answered by brszea piititieal
laVenta.aaaa nmnlnallfrm .f frt.t 1. fr
twocreat States, and fanxd the voters of tha
party fa a clioico between politieal va.
aalage and revolution. The people liaTs given
answer. In their might and bioied the
anal attt,. a.t .a.I
--7 aaaaaaiwi tfraUtaT UIO BBIOW
drift of their ballots. Two handled Uumtnl
in New Tork means awaetliaag, and evea
the no dull but what they will
'aam theleason. It Means Civil Service
"-. frUI . atlaalU. yigOlaaS 1SOJ ,
r'rr " lar " ztunre ox AjHenpa,
TbefottndaUoaSof oar Bepublio were laid with
111 A nravaa aaa faaa . J . ..... .......--. . a
TM9 aw KKui vi. ueTuub uia
l wy h l-a 11 "" ,.I"
rs. n-vi .r" ."-v
that Israel's glory has awavf2
taav in tern the prooca breaks the goblet, lo show
lhathtmporiUoVitaiiiicn iaafaojarsise. Ok,
-l,i- -. J a
feU eipenecc a lite desolation, when As am
DTlgfl Of iih.ii.i avall na..! a aatv -.
her feel the guttering emblems of xutatjaat &.
iTDlMTLllfl i& 1 .
laaa f I II a I aaaaa aWaaaa, fr. AM a.
aZtZZZZ ZZZ'.ZzZ'?!. "i".-?""
. a. uu aanoaaove wr
ItW&lklin tlafrl tnmvn.a ll.avaul tl.t.4.
It watetaS the bed Cf the rlorlonj dead.
Wltffr Ola! hHlfr. aaaa Ka .Ta-a..
It Wltctei the bed of the brare tttin titahUF
Ud Shall -Want lfcfrt alaaa
n.11 fra. ai ..I .a "TT"ai,v".
Till the wares of
fewa sad freesese morel' 7
J. ' aa j. '-v.- aV
r,SH6 . a i i . -
J.?fc,rJMI?,,l PBI W ay W.
. .! juenca, aaa Atauattum.
ifMfattinfiL.fUia.tt lw. :. -'""
S h 2? r atao trw
TiTiiiTTii "," a&iagtaai wtn
iti. KTSlliS'.ir1 n "T3 5. ? H
" y ?? " amuau are manly bodies, fast
SwSSSTiiSTPi . ?
""te. a -
ejbtaet of every Kluand the oftteTft Jtery
Jrraie Uagi Cfci&tian mifAlr
giuaUiandstatareofan honest man, as blcaad
m in virtue sain
ffPOUIlfM Srid """ wajj fortook, wtettta
II !!! -. f.f aIW.aFa .- -
tts sama ya shaU find Urns totS whole
IfiaMrth. QoveinedbTaiiT other, all
cltslares that 1U days art niambered.
At the eoncliulon nf tha Mr-a. ii.. .tt.
dered the anthem n. rixn K.M,t. -n
pie," t oliowed Jay benedieUon by Mr. Crsaan, and
wo aemcea were Drought to a close, tha audience
rraiil aft-. It,, -n... .
the Boyal Couple.
Of. AsnSZWS Pgo niTrrmait
TTlA tntdataw aa.frtaa afr Cfr I.J a. a, .
the use of the American tatarth, and tts commMs.
oration of the Saint, whoso name the church bears.
UU UdlM nf tha Mvnm amtin i.i ....'
qcdsltely decoratobC. Choice bouquets of Soweia
7e?ajE.TcLnxm IS? A"ar by tha 6istaraof St.
Andrew i Priory. The service consisted of morn.
JPJeT, partly from the thajaaviRiving service
w. ub ui Aownca, uia nzuiezed rullT
TTis T.Geo.Wallaee read the psalms
OWL both ! afrj.. .- ,
W. A. Swan read the prayers. The iymiw were .
disposer, 8nprema ancf Judge of tie Earth,"
238, hymns A. and M. We plough tha fields and
Ia.aa.tl. aavl a.aO tT VU iT. . T7
aavafrfriv. aaa. Kvata. tfrCOaa Ua UaB frBaaUa HOW lllK
we all, our God with heart and hands and voices."
ATn 4na !,.-. frt,. aaaalla.1 . fr tTT, - V
aaia. aafrDbUbtaUU man nnwpjfr
hymn written for the occasion by Hon. it. JL
Daggett, the American Minister RmMaaniL .rut
Bung by special request.
The sermon by tha Bar. Alexander
from Psalms xxiii. l u ts.
nation whose God is the Lcid, and tha people
whim He hath chosen for His own inheritance."
Thf preacher deacribed the threo great festiraja of
the Jews, Passover, Penteoost and Tabemadeav
referring to the last of these as the authority lot
oentira! IbanVafrlafnn en. lt,a la..t.. JV
-- - frifrcj
aaa.uliaa.laaLK OZ aQB
Harvest, Ha showed how the Israelites nn
the sacrifices at these festivals, rather out of a
VOlnnfArV fnr faavl1 aiara4aa. .. aaTa.frl
TT' brtnvr than In ataiU.Hu I. a .... ..a Va . a
-' w.aa .an... aa. wifrbbVtcfrfraicI frt, a CUUaUaaUZalfr alUl
that obedience to the law of God, gave ua a sure
1 .Ml Ml f fiafta I.I tf. .l" II ..
' "" "?'" up uweii spenz sna
cms great object of these sacrifices, the of
the anthor and centra of the highest unity, when
the whole being of a man is giren np to the
. . .
Til. aaa f a (! m aa
a- v.- ectltwi w.fc Ml OX U9 WOTltl
niluSi,lta and tha highest happiness and com
Our service to God was not a very arduous
service. The times of the festivals ware
ent Tit ha a .l a a I a ... aa. . .
--.... , ii"j -. uuw wo away ina lass
excuse that nannm mmht - few
h during their absence no nun
IWU .U1D ITISlfrai mflllTA
toprajsefatlieclorjons hopeoftlie Icnrrection
"m zrv" i-.-H--.au wsAtnuj wjjn is risen.
and by the 6anctIfieation, so by the
Hfm vhn -ar- Wit,. A, a n ...
slept,'' it U equally certain that we shall likewise
nae. unto giory.afterweba'e been
touted Into dust The preacher then alluded to
tto blessing of God upon these Islands, and compared
the loss of the inhabitants with that of people
In other lands. It does not requira the coin-
man at aa. .a.,... maaail.tla.. a aa. a.
-a va frVfVVlia.llCUvl.HIUU VL O, pOkenbaifrS IO Tailf
true Christians assemble together for the purpose
S I1, Iaiaeand thanksgiving to Almighty God
for all his benefits. The example ot the Saints
was enough. That will awaken in us a devout attention
to heavenly things which will leave the
mind serene and peaceful in a manner inexpressible.
Onr Hilo Letter.
Hilo, November 30tb, 1882.
EoiToa Olmn: Tha week's aan in mnnt In.
terestisg than usual. On List Saturday we had an
amateur theatrical performance at the Court Houso
for the bendltof tha Hlln TJhniTtr r
was repeated on Tuesday evening the 28th. The
exhibitionjind perfcTnaaneea were very liberally
patronixed, and everything went off to the satisfaction
of all parties. Indeed, the entertainments
were highly creditablo to the performers and those
who superintended the matter.
On Mandav ten Chinaman ,.,.. triaut 4,. ..t..
lug the Sabbath. Five forfeited ball, five pleaded
not gouty, auost of them were found guilty, a
fine of fflO each belm Inflirttvl. It an ara ihit h
was a Chinese gambling den and from all indicv
tlons a place where they congregated to smoke
opium. One of tha accused was charged and con-
Virtlfral nt In f,faavn.aaalan A...1 Lart
-- VT -a" aa aaia aa.an. afraajii, liiiartfr ajf
and sentenced to one month a ampriaoiiment
On Sunday night a storm commenced. It raged
on Monday and Tuesday. The garf rolled high
and heavy on the beach. It extended toWaiokea
with a strong, circular current sweeping round the
bay and earned away a portion of the Walakea
wharf. Five vesuels were in the bay from Sunday
until yesterday, three of them seeking shelter from
It., al...... It,, nlka. t .a.. ..... frt.. tar r . .
aaa VVUC1 fr.tfr WCfrQ frUO Tt II, HfOI anil
a lumher barkentlne from Puget Sotmd.
On Tuesday a grand indignation meeting was
held in the Court House in Hilo, in whica the
of iatmiia,MaajMaa.i ift.i
the speakers were Hawallans, and the assessment
was denounced lnno measured terms, Desolations
wets iinaiiuiiTuiagij tauaeu, conuenrning iaexoa,
and recommending the Government in their future
action to appoint men aa Assessors with charactsr
and Judgment. Some wag outside of the meeting
proposed to recommend Kekoa for tha postof
Minister of Finance in place of B. K. Kaai, as he
tM illicit ot lunaco ui uia capneuy m raising
to and big loans.
1W.K flffrtt Jvftrl . fwiin T.an j. tU. -
.. . mh.v a.uuiwa iiulu MjaiJUMVKtUt UUI Cli-
terprising planter, W. .Lidgate, has had his wharf
BWana Vfrlt, 1,1a n.a tLaallaa. an.l . l.fr .ff I
berinnicting a loss of pSfiOO.
The storm has ceased and the weather for the
past two days has teen pleasant: The surf is
n a -a -raw an.t Ida r.'I.I.'fli.Ji. la
ATalakea to discharge her afreifrEht.
Death of Mr. Bradley Blsbap.
To chronicle the death of youth la alwava pain
ful. On Moodav aaOtnlniT but natwetl nnl nf
istenoe Jrae of our very pronking young men,
Bradley Blsh.ip. Though it waa known that ho
was delicate In health, it waa only "within tha last
few weeks that any serious apprehensions tare
bees felt for iiim. A ranid decline carried hfm nfl.
almost beforu his friends could realize that the
danger waa so iaimlnent Anumberotthosswhom
daring Ms brie! vountT life he had drawn
him, attended hlixt during his illness, and it is a
.anains ian i .in i among tne most devoted and
flllhhlf.aaa,.afr a tTa If ,, - a
"aW "4of;0 Jlta. 4aafrWiUaUl UUUI, U1 OIU 1104
Jnt nt Ina Tlanlr Valan. fl.. ....
, ...aan fraaifr, akfrtfriafrfrlt. ..IO ZUUUaalv
ceremonies bit-Lice on Monday altemoonnd a
tcit largo numoer ot war citizens assembled at the
aaaa awau., V. aa9 friallin Jlifr riylfiLr
vices were conducted by the BevTasQaj'
and the Ber. Oooroe Wallace. X choirVladlea
sang tha hymn "Bock of Ages." The service at
the grave was very imprecsive.
By the death of Mr. Bradley Bishop our comma-
nit Iraata ... ...
a anfrTnai M w. 1.-1..
--, aaaa va. ., alfrttfrUa initaato.
His unobtrusive and retiring manner of life had
not brought him before a very large public, bnt
those) who really knew him thoroughly appreciated
him. His great love for his mother is only known
111 (hnfrfr ha hail an Ulla.l. ...l.a. ....
n aw aaaava afrfrfr frfrtfrfraUattO Kfrl W1UZ
him I hnt that It aa.na.afr analnaaaataaaala. a.
which few men aMw. was loiown to many.
For that trait alone all must honor him, and he had
many other loveabls traits. Uo waa but Si years
of te when the stern hand of death claimed him
as ui own. Hewasbora at Fort EdwartLHuw
lorr. At the an of 18 ha cams to thaw Uands
to enter the ban slnghouse of his cousin. AbrDther.
naaiannnfrj,! Ht UiUHB XaaUataUaa, arZlVBa USS
Satordaf.andwuwithhiminbls tut moments.
At the old homestead in New York, reside his
mother and a younger brother and sister-
win ii .. - - m Tii ii ai iT.i
TUimmf, JH9. liif
50 ?we 3faxk Mi
south 3o :dStev
r. . wti.
SPECIAL N0TIG& I
we Bi.qro kotifx xas aCna. 1
T latitat J
At our l495s, I7sr llek.
wKtroa atrti, ca
Tuesdajr aad Saiirisy,
m Kt AStBM &.
Tan ism asb 33.1 BKauuum
We. we wU! ,r tAe laot
V$m mi Faier Aifflk
"nut Sua em Win- be 3Trrrf far
CHBISTSAS AND .EW XEAm
JSpeetl seeedaa u teeVew atted!w(
'..rBarr coo. .mn.
Decemlcu,. WS.M U . ViT ZfZfZmTl
tajChamber of Ccmmme
THEar be mu at rv
mSSiSn . riSfhSdi',",,, &
spy data, aart aald
maeniiie. art aotlij ta .irri i,
.d ertaw ,
lloaolala, DectmbetMk. .
Wo invito inspection of oar.
MSGE MMIII STIR
OF AIL SIZES Ai?D P2IC23
The Handkerrhief t are pat s, ta
Very Elegant Boxes!
One Dozen Handkerchiefs
Each, and are ratuWe fe Hthcr
They are minafidortd esprenf Urn
AT BELFAST, IRELAND,
An we have ao hnltatlea la itallar t,4
are ofthedaerttextmibtt aiaevtt
neea Ibi ported to thta Klngiami.
T3KG8 TO .VaS'OUaVCE TO 11113
S- mule lovfnz peonla of iti.ikat.. i...
. a.v.u n . .'I' . f" awt thtlt
I -a aafrl
y to renew ekl tnoeUUcn and rtcetv sew
for tbe plaao.
Appllcatloni left it tb aailc atara of
aa aw nm . a a ...
will meet with taacdlala renw. ' "" "
OPTICIAN AND JEWELER!
1?KGH TO Til. OTIZEJfS I
WTrtb he hat it-arc! a droit a
IS 1IW USE.
OPTICANS ARTICLE A
,!?,2?fx&TC'a.faw,"'l'aKatoia.lfr. Tim TEMroRaVRT
WJroiani will atlenl to the 1...I teiav mi
". a va.
THE INDIA BICE MXLI,, S. F.,
JBLGL& XleCntiaXcecaL 3ELtS
For Hulling and Dressing Hawaiian Faddy
FIFTY CENTS PER 100 POTOTDS,
A Ti.ld of 70 llis, UPciKiablllic I rem
lOO IIhb. UTo. 1 Clean Faddy
THE SUPERIOR W0Ki.?DONR AT TTTR TWTTTA ilaaa UUMtT
MESS AM) EVENNESS nj QUAIiTr OF THE RICE, nt watta TSSli
t5n iiMMiscd and Otter Majkefa in tLe T?. S., not oatj tk. priraM: Ui
TuawaatfrWaW . . . '' il T - "
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rv - -
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if V'Wi la CWi:
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