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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 31, 1883, Image 2

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WXDXESDAY, JAMJAKV 31. 1M3-
Ccmxxxut comment, and ttrong d-
rrrst critidsm has Iwa callfd forth, both
from thf GoTTrnEwnt Organ and th Got
CTicaret itself, by tlr rrrmblication, in
thee colmans, of a portion of an article
arhieb aripeared lately in the -v"r J'eH
HrrtU. The artide in question made
name ferere strirtnres upon affairs in
thee islands and efpedally called atten
tion to extravagances which haTe l?en
merely reprobated by the whole opposi
tion press of this city, and ty uie inu
weight of the best portion of public
opinion. Some opprobrious expressions
were applied to the King, but they were
earefuDr omitted in the extract wmcn was
published in the Gm.nu and the rrtract
appeared as a piece of news, without
comment , , ,. ,
A newsjaper is bound to publish news:
the article in qntion was certainly im
portant news. The Premier himself is too
3d a newspaper man not to know that a
republished article may in no possible way
lw endorsed pv uw rajmijwuuui "
this endorsed. Had the article in question
rained br a Tir cjne here, and banded
to as as a ctammnnication it would never
have appeared, or even if it had come
trora abroad jn tnai iorm. xni one ui
the most inuential papers in the tnitl
States had published it and it reflected
wriouslv upon the Islands; it was im
lortant mat every one on uie ifiimB
ahatild be able to form an opinion jipon
what had been said, and the only way to
enable them to form that opinion was to
oat the article into type. Xewsvenders
were telling out every copy of the papers
wnica eomamea we arucir iu iuu, irrw
fcrr witi errTvoliTectionable and insultinr;
phrase: where does the crime of the
newspaper come in, which merely pub
lishes an abstract of the same in a form
arfaxcll rdrT,0 lualjllV UU UIV XUCe Ul 11 UUl
everv care had been taken not to hurt the
tTrimle censilnlibes of the Chief Jlacis-
trate of the realm? If, as we understand
it has u-en said, trie extract m toe m
mil incite to "Te bullion and civil war,T
every one who told papers over a counter
was rniirv oi a iie zuisut-iueauur,
added to his offense by circulating oppro
brious and insulting remarks upon 111
Kinrr.
There is. however, a ktroncer reason that
the article should have been put More
the public of this nation. It can be fairly
said that the republication of it was forced
by the action of the presentMinislry. For
months it has been the practice of that
body, through their own organ in public,
and "it common and reiterated report be
true, very frequently in private conversa
tion. to represent "e opponents of the
foolish schemes which they have per
suaded the King into as a set of disap
pointed jtolitidans, a mere knot of mil
contents: that the plans they proposed to
carry out rtwla? add dimity to the Kinifs
position abroad, and that therefore no
heed need be given to the caviling here.
This standins srround has been strcnu
ouslv combated by both the opposition
newspapers, and proof have, from time to
time, been published by them. Bat no
such distinct proof of the manner in
which the present Ministerial policy had
dragged into the mnd the dignity of this
country and its King has ever come to our
shores and those who guide the policy of
this news paper owed it not only to them
selves, not only to their supporters, but
above all to this country and its King to
shew plainly and yet in as calm and
unbiassed a'manner as possible how that
dignity had been assailed. This dnty An
been done, and whatever the consequences
may be, they must be abided. That one
or two individuals should suffer is a small
matter, that they should even suffer im
justly is a small matter. Causes are
greater than individuals. Xo cause has
yet been won without sacrifice, and men
who stand forth as champions of a cause
would be pusillanimous indeed if they
complained teause Uiey nad to sacrmce.
One treat cause, which has been steadi
ly kept in view by the writers of the
Gizxttx. is a truly righteous one ; it is
one which ha animated the great nations
of the earth ; it is one which, when thwar
ted, has disroiited states and sent thrones
toppling in the dust, it is one which never
lias and never can be Tanquisned, and
that cause is XrerxTT or b'rxEcn axd
THucenT. There is a wide difference be
tween liberty and licence : this news
paper has clearly shown that it J!.n'IK
lirvl. .14 J:-- uiemaumTiu
which it produced .the quotations from
the.Vnr l erl JImtd. lint the liberty to
express views upon every tiling and every
body wo will maintain at all hazards ; and
we know that every Anglo Saxon, every
American, German and Englishman here
RBiiports the expression of such senti
ments. The old Greek Dramatist Euri
11 es over 2-304 years ago formulated in
terms which never have been improved.
!eeause, a truth once enunciated never
fa be improved, sentiments which at the
present moment find no place in the
minds of those who are rruiding Hawaiian
public affairs.
Tlii U Imt lil-rrlr VLfTe frw-tiorii men.
lUnac to ailriae Ihs public mm Fpemk out :
And br- abo can mud irHI dVarrrra high prmime
The Treaty is in no immediate danger,
judging from all the information now at
hand. The Executive has always been
favorable to its continuance, and the
favorable report of the House Committee
is more than was to be expected. The
important work should go on, however, of
endeavoring to place the facts, before
public men in the United States, and to
dispel the gross nus statements to which
tome of them s-eeni to have given credence.
Vhen so eminent a man as Senator Jlor
rill lends an ear to the stories of frandnlent
imiiortations of sugar and rice, it is plain
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ua nm uuunoauuu is saujv DPfAiea.
changed the a;
Governors, the appointments which have
been made are far from being as satisfac
tory as formerly. "We know that the
present condition of the District Courts
causes dissatisfaction in quarters that it
would le wise to conciliate.
We learn by private advices, and also
from a Xew Orleans newspaper, that
JIers. AV. H Bailey and H. P. Baldwin,
representing our planters, have visited
ew Orleans, and had conferences with
Louisiana sugar planters uiion the subject
of the treaty. The specific complaint
against Jlr. Spreckels control over the
Hawaiian Sugar crop, which teems to be
the principal bais of the argument
against the treaty, was ably met by our
friends in these interviews. They showed
to the Louisiana men that the price paid
for our sucsrs beinsr based nnon the co.t
at which Manila susar could be had in
San Francisco, the treaty does not serve
to give Mr. Spreckels the control of the
Sn Fnndseo sugar market, tor he wnuld
continue to hold the same position as
long as he refined all the sugar used on
the Pacific Coast, whether it came from
the Sandwich Islands or Manila and
Central America.
The methods of planting and grinding
and the kind of cane used in Louisiana
were rxaminnl by Messrs. Bailey and
Baldwin. The Southern Planters were
keenly interested in hearing of the con
ditions under which sugar is made in
Hawaii. All things considered, we have
soaouutni trie good results which will
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lumjii irum uus tisii.
Seuots complaint is made of the Dis
trict Justices. "We hear of only one Dis
trict on the Islands where the intelligent
portion of the community are satisfied
with their magistrate. A correspondent
writes us. "There is very little doubt that
in nearly every District of the Islands the
District Courts are nothing else but a
miserable farce." The decisions given
are iiotoriously absurd, sometimes on the
side of the planter, sometimes on that of
the lalasrr. A -r-hort time ago. the pres
ence of one of the Commissioners from a
foreign cwemment in a District Court,
causal the Magistrate to give a decision
in favor of a laborer, when it was as plain
as possible to the gentleman in question
that the laborer was in the wrong. On
snouier occasion we are informed that one
of these resrilendant lcral lriminaries
nlkwed witness to give his testimony
try telephone! this is certainly rrdnnnr.
legal proceedings to a mere farce Our
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tram gooa socrces.
A thoruurh ref armaiion of these ConrU
is iwuired, and the Cabinet should address
it-eii to the task at once. Since the
passage of that iniquitous law which
power from the
ch into those cf the
Lrox G orrjmi, whose death was chron
icled in our columns last week, was un
doubtedly the strongest political indi
vidual in France. He was the mainstay
of the moderate Republican party. His
abilities as s political leader were recog
nized by foes as well as by friends: even
Germany has paid a tribute to him by re
garding him as not only the head of that
party which was at no distant period to
undertake the "war for revenge," as it is
now styled in so many newspapers; but it
paid i"" the higher compliment of con
sidering him the animating spirit of that
party: with Gambetta's death there are
hopes that that party will cease to exist.
But though France has lost a great states
man, his loss at the present juncture is uy
no means so wenous as it would nave
umnnl ur in 1ST7 or 7h ine IvePUDllC
is now strongly and firmly established,
and the loss of even so great a man as
Gambetta will have no effect upon her
prosperity or future.
Ax editorial in the daily Panfe Ctttmer-
ral MttrtittT of the 23d is calculated to
mislead people very seriously. A state
ment is quoted as having been mad by a
prominent medical gentleman of Califor
nia, that when he was attached to an hoe
pital in London, cases of leprosy were
not segregated, bnt were treated in the
general wards, nehave no doubt what
ever that the Doctor made the statement,
and we have also no doubt whatever that
the manner in which that statement has
been put before the public is going lo
mislead them thoroughly. In England
ilif. lipase of leprosy lias no uoid. ana
tiie iiailent snflennir" from this terrible
Oliucuuu rail i. n 1 11 . i rj, mm in ou
hospital as elsewhere. It is only neces
sary to tell those wno are near mat uie
man lias leprosy, or perhaps even to hint
that he has some severe and contagious
skin disease, and so great is the Anglo
Saxon, and indeed European, horror of
such afflictions -that not a soul would
touch him.
Every nation which has leprosy in its
midst practically does the work of segre
gation tor itseu. rrom uie moucai record,
stretching far back into the abyss of time,
we gather how it was shunned by the
primitive civilizations of the earth. From
the accounts of travelers of recent times
we learn how it is shunned by generations
now living. It was not many years ago
that the laborers at the dock at Bombay
struck work because a leper had been en
traired to work with the cam:. Instances
of this kind might be multiplied by
thousands. In Hawaii nei things are
different; though the disease has made
frightful ravages on the nation; though
parents and relations actually see their
dear ones rotting away lief ore their eyes,
they never have seemed to realize tuat
segregation was necessary. Even when
their intellect has been appealed to and
their common sense has answered the
appeal, in the shape of passing a segrega
tion law, their kindly hearts have revolted
from what seemed to them a harshness.
and they have hugged their festering
brethren to their bosoms. In what other
country in tho world would a healthy
woman marry a leper, and yet such a thing
has happened Tiere.
Twenty-five years ago there were not
one hundred lepers in this country; just
now at a moderate estimate there are L500
or 2.000. Could anymore conclusive proof
lie found of the contagiousness of the
disease? Twenty-five years ago, as far as
we can ascertain not a single white man
had the disease: at the present moment
there are several who have contracted it
It would better become the Government
Organ to try and induce the people to pro
tect themselves, than to put forth such
pernicious iircumenu as were produced
on the 23d. Leprosy is an evil, which has
to be met and fought It is the bonnden
duty of the Government to fight it, and if
they do not, they are betraying the trust
that has been reposed in them. It is the
bonnden duty of the Government to try
and inculncate a dread of leprosy upon
those whose ignorance prevents them
from regarding it with fear. The Organ
of the Government has not done this; the
tendency of its teaching is to re-assure the
HawriU'l " live with lenmsr
"Aix work and no play makes Jack a
dull ly" is an old adage. It is well oe
casionally to remember the adage, it con
tains in a terse form a good deal of phil
osophy. Honolulu certainly demands all
work and gives no play to a very numer
ous class of her most excellent citizens.
In plain words there is not enongh amuse
ment The married man of course has
his home, and proliably his little bit of
garden: lietween his family, his honsehold
cares, his horticultural work, he can spen
his time profitably; and then again he
has most likely a considerable nnmlier of
friends who-e houses he can visit Still
even the married man lacks amusement in
public In cities much smaller than
Honolulu, there is a constant succession
of public amusements, here they are the
exception rather than the rule: man is n
gregarious animal, with few exceptions,
his enjoyment of anything is heightened
by sharing it with his fellows; the mere
watclnng oi otner people is amusement
to kiui: it is seldom he can lnilnlge him
self here in any such pleasure.
AVhen we turn to consider the condition
of the single man we find him in a nincli
more evil plight than his married brother.
Take the nnmarried clerk, mechanic or
lalwrer. In many cases his means only
allow him to rent a single room, not over
pleasant and by no means too invitingly
furnished. Alter Ins work is over hi
takes his meal at a restaurant; he then
has tho evening lefore him. AYhere
shall he go' Visit his older and settled
friends; yes! he does so. but their tastes
and his may not agree; he wishes to lie
in tne society of young men like Inmself.
He may iro home to his solitary room and
read, but ten to one that is stuffy and hot,
besides lie cannot spend all ins time read
ing: he is a very remarkable young man,
indeed, who would study so deeply: the
world is r made up of remarkableyoung
men. and it is in the cause cf the average
youth that we write. Occasionally he may
nave uie cliance oi Hearing' lectured, but
as Dickens thewed in his story of "Hard
Times" that scientificlecturasjacte and fig
ures are not the kind of menu! pabulum to
brinf. any one nn on. Mr. Gradtrnnd'
son, after a course of it, turned out a dis
sipated scamp. Whither has the young
man to turn for amusement! Our theatre
is teldom opened: when it is the prices
charged are often far alwve the nvarts of
Uioso wno nave but very moderate salaries.
especially in a country where living is so
enormously expensive, uertain excellent
religious liodies strive to provide havens
of rest, which they strive to make as at
tractive as possible: but such places,
though most admirable and deserving of
all support cannot and as a fact do not
11 the want To a young man, then, not
religiously inclined, not a great reader,
wno is not a total abstainer, tne unnsing
saloon offers irresistible attractions. It is
well lighted, he can see a number of news
papers, he can play billiards, usually for
unnjks. ue can meet a numoer ox young
men like himself. Without intention be
fore the evening is out he has drank a
great deal more than is good for him.
that this is so. no one can deny. That it
is a serious evil many will acree. How
can it be remedied?
It is much easier to point out defects
than to point out remedies: we can how
ever make a few suggestions, which will
doubtless be supplemented by many people
wno take a tnorougn and lively interest in
tne matter.
For one iViinr. we would nrovjose that
when Thomas" square is completed, the
place should be well lighted, that stalls
for the sale of light refreshments should
be established: that the band should filar
there frequently. All who are acquainted
with the Continent of Europe, know how
delightful are those open air resorts,
which form so important a feature in the
summer amusements. Here we have a per
petual summer: we can always induhre in
such amusements. Our theatrical enter
tainments, as we have already said, are too
costly Whenever amateurs give enter
tainments they axe usually for some chari
table object, and the natural desire is to
make as much money as possible for the
cause. It should be recognized that the
mere giving of amusement m a community
like this is a charitable object and that a
good work would Iw done by lowering the
prices of seats, so as only to pay for the
cost of production. This matter of amuse
ment might even occupy legislative atten
tion, and aid be granted out of uie pumic
purse. A nrst class workman, uie omer
day, said -Many mechanics will not stay
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nere oecauseins nun. iimnwci
tention to amusements will not only have
an influence for good among our young
men, but will also satisfy a most excellent
class of our citizens.
NOTES.
Tax Jlarwax cirri the folloiim; aoant of
Dr. Fmach. who visited three lmtmnda muc three
vamra mco. The IVrtor has rridfiiuy used hit
time mnd oprwa-triziitieB wvu. He want Kocth in
one of our labor -marls if - Troolkct oorrectlj:
"At a xnerttnc ox the Berlin ueorrapoieal ssxieiy,
nr. nnara rrnderea an mccormt oi en urea mnu a
halt Temra' residence m the islands of the Pacific
He TisitMl In Bneccaston the bandm-tch Isimnda. the
Mmnhmll and Girbrrt lalanda, the Carolines. Ncr
Britain and New IrrUnd, the nlands in Torrrt
Straits, and Near Guinea. The collection made
dating thie expedition includes 4,000 ethnolocirml
mrticlea. 200 ftknllm, 300 plaster cssta tnl.ru from
111 ' -1 1IH11 1 HI ' - ' UN l-.l " inKWII, MAI .IVW
inrertebrmte animals. The cnrioaitira broocht
home by him iDClade the last cmnoe made from
the tars, ot tne orema trail tree mna a enmn com
poardof srnallatrmndahells,bothfromJmlait.'
Thi .V(WI .IImmi for (issfi) baj jast been
pobhsrird. The ditm accepted for the varioos
pimrra ana rpurmciiuea. aa ru HunwuKuu
and mmnfement renermUT. are the same as in
preeeedinr. Tiara. All the pUnetarr places, as
well aa ukm of the son. are derived from Ia
Vemer'a tables : those of the moon from Hansen's
UUes, using lrof. wcombs corrections in
forming the ngnt ascensions ana ueciinmuansjuui
giving the correction themselrea as applicable to
the lowitndes and latitude at the end ot the vol
crop. The eclipses of 1S.-0 are onlj two, both of
the son; neither of theae will be visible in Ice
land, bat the arcond, vhichtmtesplaoeontbe Hh
of Aogoat, will be total, the central line paaang
over the Atlantic Ocean from the West Indies in a
soalh-easterlT direction tilt it crossea Sooth Afri
ca, at a boot the latitude of Madagascar, which it
reaches. The duration of totality on the sest
coart of Africa, at about 1- - hoc 111 Latitude I aear
urn ton oi nenrueiai. win amount loneariTnve
minutes. Two orculatioca of the planet Uranus
a ill tame place in 1C, the first in the emrlj morn
ing of February -1 1. the second commencing
anoui iu o ciocK on in nigui oi -spra itnn.
A LiTEnuiaberof KpvrltJg London contains
some interesting facta concerning ostrich farming
in Australia. In tieworthe recent importations
of ostriches into the United States the details will
prove interesting. A pair of good breeding bird.
xouryearsoia,mre vonamm mey uy arrow
sixteen e"j three timeilayear; sav, on an aver
age, forty egjrs per annum. The birds are plocted
one in about eight months. The male ostneo
fumtshea about hitv feathers, worth abcut S 10
the female bird's nlumairs I said to brine about
S. The dyeing of ostrich feathers is an extreme
ly ueiicai operation, as ine same uye gives a
differrnt tint to various portions of the leather.
llefore dreing the feather hare to be washed sev
eral times, this takes three or four days. The
quill is then scraped to render them light, and a
"more desirable and lighter substitute provided.'
The curling is performed by girls, a great deal of
maul ueiug rrquuTU. it la ouuru luai uie l.uoe OI
the feather, after all, depend on its tint, and un
less its hue i approved "by fashion" the feather
is useless. The present value of tbe Aorallan
trade in ostrich feathers is Mid to be about $573,.
uu per annum.
A warru in the .Vr KiUhhI Jtmrmml fVarv-
fraa My: "A vord to thoae who are fortunate
enough to have a mixed school of bovs and 7irls.
I say -lortunatc,' lor it seems that the only true
wav to prepare the coming man and woman to
Ik aide br side through life is to teach them to
stay together in the school room. Each loses the
unattractiTe shyness mnd painful self consciius
ncss which marks the first association ot the boy
mnd girt who have been educated apart. The boy
needs the genUeness and inspiratory stimulus of
the girts presence, and the girl find in the inde
pendent strength ot the boy 1 he necessary comple
ment to ncr own nature, in such a school the
opportunities are countlefis fortherroper adjust
ment of the life relation. Above all things let us
discountenance any comptuaory associatioa be
tween the sexes, as a penalty, thus perverting the
true intention of sex association by the Crrator.
The lioy and girl should lie sent to each olhtr for
assistance in lessons, wnenerer uesiraDie, and any
hesitation arising on either side should be entirely
ignored by the teacher. A boy who is taught from
boibood to seek for opportunities to help hi girl
Acquaintances is not going to lie the man to oppose
a Droaoer cnanneixor women; ana lue girl vno li
early taugnt to graieinuy recognize tuts cluvnli
of boj hood, will not grow to be tho woman to a
lor an unwomanly 6poere-
State he served. His seisin was marked with
ability lo tne very tasx. aii ine circunrauujc
his life and ofSciil position inspire oar most rro-
1 mImm .i.l arilh th TB-nfrwrndest lectiment
of my heartVl Join in the sad privilege of ao doing
to tne oepuneu siaiesraan. oogo, ami una.
air. Austin trim arose ana in auosianrss nam.
Himitn- I nrst met Judfe Allen in December,
are at llnnnlnln. twit T had heard and known
much ot him through those near to me in this
Kingdom lor niieen years rsTorxoioai umc iw
cordialitr, kindness, and heartiness which charac
terized his manner towards those whom he met,
mnd which has been alluded to by oar brother
Hart well, at once trarjessed me. He made me
feel as through in the presence of an old friend.
After 1 came here to lire, mnd became a member
of the bar, 1 took occasion to read roost of the
legal opinions written bv him which are published
in the M and Sd Hawaiian Rerorta. They range
over the whole domain of tbe law. They show
great learning, IrKlcntrr, research ana care, ana
superior legal ability. The kindness of his heart,
and tbe unusual fairness of his mind are mani
fest in all he writes.
In Tne nrrininn hi lerral work, durtng eighteen
rears. while filling the office of l.'hiel Jurtrca, has
aaieu nracs to wiiviuj auu mru.i miiMin.ii
to make full, dear, consistent and Just, the body
of our laws.
He performed signal serriee for this country, as
has been said, in hel ring to rocurt the ltedproeity
Treaty. For seTeral years past, and until his
amt.Wi arul lanMHitnrl iImIS ai tha first dT Of the
.New Year, be has acted as our Minister Resident
at Washington; and the value ana isituiuiness oi
nis laoors in uiai imivrwni KUlivru, auu tun uu,u
hnnnr which was shown him DT distinguished men
at the capitol of the Oreat Hepublie; have been
we-u aescn ueu try in r.icri irucj ma i m i-.n v.
Foreign Affairs.
In every capacity in which, during no long a
time, he has been tbe public servant ot this natron,
ha has performed well the duties which were im
posed upm him.
At an age greater than that which any ot us
here present may hope to attain, mnd when the
human faculties arc usually dulled and relaxed by
loeDuruFUOi xrara, ue tusrsajeu m mo jwi-ia-um
nf hi delicate and imnortant work as Min
ister, hamnered aa he was br a constant f eebleneas
nf health, a nnor. clearness, learainrr. Tieilance
and care which were surpriing, and are worthy ot
tbe highest praise, riy his public ana oraeiai acts
and Ttnrate virtues, he has stamped his name in
indelible letters upon the face of this country, m
that the remotest generations of Hawaltans muit
read and remember it with gratitude and thank
fulness.
VI ithdeen sorrow 1 add to yours, this, ray Im
perfect tribute to the worth and nobility of our
brother who is gone.
llesides the sneakers mentioned above there
was also present His Excellency J. E. Bush, Minis
ter or tne interior; ins rrxceuency aionsreer,
French Commissioner: It F. lttcketton Esq. J.
M. llaridson, Cecil Brown, S. IS. Dole. John Kuss-
ell, r . M. Hatch, w. li. Castle, 1 a. Thurston, J.
w. halna. J. halani. J. L. haulukou. lion. J. M.
Kapcna, Hon. W. U Green. YV. L. Uolokahiki.
ii mi. ..n. ii aiaer, ana uon. u. n . serrraocc.
The Hawaiian Trsatr.
llia U'uU. Washincion HnecL-ll NaTs: J. Mott
Smith. Ilia riommLtKioner Rent hera br tbe lia
waltan uovernment to work against toe proposeu
Tribute to the Late Hon. E. H. Allen.
A meeting of members ot the Bench an3rUr was
held in the Supreme Court on the morning of the
5th inst- for the purpose of eiDrcssing thtir re
spect to the memory ot lion. FJisha 11. Allen, late
ll. U. M. Charge de Affaires at Washington. His
Honor Chiet Justice A. Francis Judd, with their
Honors Associate Justices Ii. McCollr and It U
Austin occupied the Bench. His Ex. the Attorney
ururin unK.-uicu. iuc lononuig rrauiullona 7
"That the members ot this Barhave heard with
extreme pain and regret of the sudden and lament
able death of the Hon. Elisha II. Allen, ex-Chief
Justice and Chancellor of this Kingdoni and His
Msjesry's Minister Resident in the United Mates
oi America.
"That bv such death His Maiestv has io.t a faith.
f ol and devoted servant, who, during the whole of
his official life, whether on the Bench or otherwise.
commanded the respect of all classes in this com
munity.
"That wejiincerelT condole with ll .r-;i-" I
msm&x?hiu to
me itunuy oi tne cwmNd.
That thttve rwwolQtions bo enter! of rt-corJ in
tbe Joorniili of the Sonrrme Cutirt."
Hi ExptrUtncy made some fulofiistic reroAiL
rrputlinc the honored doid, followed in the same
strain by His Honor the Chief Justice who then
ordeml the resolotiona to be entered hj the ClerL
oi ine ioon, jut. juxnaru. on ue uonri J onniai.
In connection with the resolutions, the Chan
cellor of the Kincrdora. Hon. A. Fnncis JnJJ RAid:
BaETtrarx. The isemben) of the Supreme Court
bare heard with sorrow of tbe death of Jmice
Allen. As Chief Justice of this Court for nearlr
twentj years, it is fitting that we should tJiow oar
respect to his memory. We f ally Rjmiatiiise with
the resolatiocs presented by the Attomey-OeneniX.
mj nu-uuiaiice -sua uim exienas OTtr many
rears Urce nart of iqt life and we were on the
iieoch together from the beginning of the reign of
ids preseni noTereiizn la me in oi r eoniary. 15
the date of JDdce.UIen rcshmation. Ho was
ooolheaded. temperate, pare man, enjoying social
and domestic life, the circumstance of which
were, in bia case, peculiarly happy.
He always enjoyed the confidence of the Sorer-
eicnof this country while pre&idinc orer the De
partment of Jnstice darine foot snccesfiire reigns,
umwmuib iTwjipiriii oi uiga uonor. iron, itiem
aa wmi iu inxn ine people ot in rooniry. Aa
Jndce. his percertire faculties were Leen. njid
Good knowledge of fandamental law made hi
career asa JndReaTery snccetttfal one. It ts
his good lortcne to lire in times when tbe bnsi
nessof this Coart afforded him that leUnre which
is ao great an aMistant to mat are and calm delib
eration, llu kind disposition and affable manner
won for him many friends, and he ran truly be
muu to uaTe nau no enemies.
The history of the Kincdom of late Tear. it
record of his rorceftfA3 a diDloraatist.esneciallT
in w-corinc the Treaty with the United Slates, by
which the prosperity of the country hia lieen e
tablitshed, and his fuidJen death in a critical rriod
in the history of that Treaty is most lamenuhle.
Hot his lone life has now closed by tbe inentable
erent of death, ltot few of os may expect to lire
out tbe four hrore years to which he had nearly
attained, bat what was good in Lira we may well
emniaie.
A. S. llartwell, Esq., an ex Attorney-General of
of the Kincdom said, his aeoaaintancewith Jndre
Allen becan in 1S as an associate npon the
Itench, topether wiHi Mr. James V, Austio, now
in Boston. The Attorney-Oeneral wtm correct in
aayinc that Jadpe Allen Lad the confidence of this
eoa.mai.ity, and of all who knew him. His im
partiality, hw desire to allow no bias of any kind
to effect liw judgment, hUabmlatefirmnentwas
one of hMdiMingriLhmftiaitA. Itonu in 1 at
Ureenneld. Mamachnsetts, be entered political
life early. Going: to Congress in UMO, defeating
Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, as an opposinc can-
didate. who in torn defeated himinl-U. Heafter
vard came to llonotnln as a tuweiT 1a Mr.
Sere ranee, in the oflica of United States Mioister,
from which place he sncceeded Chief Jnstice Lee
upon the I'-ench of this CocrU He was fond of
pijitieal life, and always appeared to good ad ran-
cace were oo accocst of his conciliatory
The Jodce never impieiwed one no much
Sr. ThftcheT
Has retara.eil frea hit prefrsilet 1 tear f Kaaa),
att may w be fosa at fcU 1 rental Ilwii,BreweTt
Blek, rort where bexlH be pleaxed t meet all
Us fe it need ef hlr prefmlopal kttIct. i
rirr.lhed lcm ea Snlte. A aeit ind toy rxrior.
lttlc Soma and Bed Kc-om can be bad by aa earty
rpMrtt!oat rttO) XO. 4 GARDES LANT.
American Waltha.m Wjttcbes
AwarfedTwvOoWMetUlf. TbeealyBedaliaward-
ed for Wttclvr, Jlt-tbonnie latersat'enal Exbibltlew,
1S.
Tbeealy OoM Neds): aiN (firee tpecui ana loer
ftntpnxes, Sjdhey. 1JTJ.
Tbe Gold Medal, rris.tTS. eer TXnX IMxe Hed-l-.rtU!adelphla,ltCB.
ha prodeted a fewt Of worthleit Imitations Bwjmj
winebcerre the Trad Mart, "Wahaaai, Hi's" ff
rraTed on the plate f all (xBslae Walthara Watch e.
Wd cae are ftataped .. W. Co.. or lit,; and
MlTrrcae ar fiainpra .nrncn vwuihji
Wilthata, Mia. Metllac. ly
TELEtlRAntlC ADPUKS-DrNX,ULASGW
0 MERCHANTSLANTERS, ETC.
JAS. .OUJfX, MERCHANT. GLASGOW,
OIAWAlIA-t COXSCX)
Cadrrtahi tthepBrtBaieaadihlpneBt of al.klodof
British and ContiireiiU. Rx-d. except Ardent Spirit,
and ill b-Ud to rrceite Orden, at rate either free im
bnttrtl at fthlppins pTt In Eampc, oc dellTrmt ex hlp
tttnt with dtttr far bnTft! arranl at llenoisla. Mtca
Order may oe accorapaatcd. by rrraltunccv payable
Id London or Ma Kraacltvee; or he will draw at (At days
vlcht a-alatt ronflrmrd rredlta from Ilonolvla Bankers,
ocouierwise, 10 f ail inn trvwiTviiirncaj oi uavjrr.
Kxrxaxicit
VES&RS. WM. O. IKWIX A CO Hoaolala.
1ION.J WALKKK. lltieolaln.
THE AURA BANK. (Limited), London.
910 It
abrocationof tbe Kecipwity Treaty, has re turned
here and resnmed the efforts in which he was en-
paced with the late Jlinister Alien before the
huJidays. It is understood the Secretary of State
will send to the House the comins week a roe-tsage
in reference to the Hawaiian Treaty. A large
party in Conrrees are Tery atuions to abrogate
this treaty. UUbelieTeUtbeSewUry isoppowd
to, this disposition of the matter, bat some modi
fication of its prorision will be rt-commended. It
i. rtrv.rlrvl in diNomatie eireJea that Miotlld tne
treaty t-e Abrogated by the United States, the Ha
TauanOoTenunentw.il at once accept the terras
ot reciprocity onemi by uigianu or japan, De
can se it is impossible for tbe Kingdom to stand
alone without the support of some powerful nation.
it is not anown wno wiu represent iits ui.ieuT
K&lakaua since tho death of Minister Allen. For
more than thirty years has Allen been practically
director of affairs of the Kingdom, and real It its
rnler. in his Taned eamcitT as l hanceuor. Chief
J BSlltTt BUU aululslarT. UW UM.U ICdim uie Huni-
Hon of the abrogftUon of tbe treaty practically
without irriresvntation and redoces it to little
more than a squabble between the sngir refiners.
Tlie UtmU closes an editonal ou the Hawaiian
Treaty as follows: Ietthetreatybeat-olishedand
the Islanders will come to their senses. They
will go to work instead of speculating. Indus
tnona planters, witn samctent capital, win sun
make lair nnu eren lare munn tor .ucir ci.pi.ni,
and If they lire prudently, will become wealthy,
as many did before the treaty. Kpecnlators and in
canalile. will fo to the walL as ther desetTe.
They hare been supported in extravagance and
oat of the pockets of American tax-pnyers long
enoagn.
New Yoaiv. Jan. 10th. The TnUite editorially
says: li tne mere were nooiner reasons ior turow
iiif the Hawaii tn llecinrocitT Treat? into the
waste backet the moment it expires, the corruption
and frauds growing ont of the Clans Spreckels
tmgar interests would De sutncienu l ne i reaty
amounts siinrtlr to a charter Granted to Clans
Spreckels to charge what be chooses for sugar, and
mntml the American interests In tbe Sandwich
Islands in snch a manner that Clans reckeis tn-
terpsu snail not oe enaaricerea. tcoutm me treaty
rwas conciuaeu nnuer me supposition ana assur-
vlance that it would furnish chean sucar to Cahfor-
I nia and promote tbe interests of Americans in the
Islands. The editorial also farther asserts that
Spreckels has choked off orertand competition by
bribing the Central Pacific Railroad to pot up
rates on sugar shipped from the East, and says
for its infamous part in the corrupt bargain with
uaas spree keis, tne ijentnu nunnc uauroauougui
to be sererelv punished, and to brine Clans Spreck
els to terms, the treaty ought to be abrogated.
The least that can be be done is to throw it to the
dogs when it expire, and giro California a chance
to get sngtr as cheap as other people.
WasnntaToic, Jan. 9. The Senate took a vote on
the reference of the Hawaiian treaty resolution.
which is considered as tending to faror tbe abro
gation of the treaty. The contest was between the
Finance Committee, which is known to be opposed
to the treaty, and the Foreign Affairs Committee,
wmcn 13 supposeu to iaror it. me r inance com
mittee were suecessf ul br a vote of 31 to 20.
WiaimtGTox. Jan. 15. Secretarr Fotcer. in a let
ter to the chairman of tbe Hon.se Committee on
Foreign Affairs, in answer to a request for his
r -ii kt effect, co to tnerci - -
ton of the iiht,-;"..Ur.vy, enclosea a set of
Lihles showinc in detail the trade between tbe
United States and the Hawaiian Islands. These
tthow that tbe value of exports to tbe islands for
tbe past fiKal year amounted to $30,?75 and the
TIM UP Ui IUO IOJa ( joj; UV KaLUtj lUaeKI f ..OtO,-
lil. Had the sagar imported been subject to duty
tbat duty would hare lxn 3.4iT).406.
WasniNaTOM, Jan. 15. Chairman Williams of
the Foreign .Affairs Committee of tbe House, said
that he had received letters from the Secretaries of
the Treasury and of State, in relation to tbe pro
posed abrocation of the Hawaiian treaty, as re
quested by tbe committee. Am they are strictly
confidential documents, he refused to make public
their contents, stating tbat they had not been made
fcnowaeTenioiuememoert.01 tue committee, a
meetinc of the committee will be held, at which
the letters will be presented, and a final -rote taken
00 tbe proposition to recommend the abrogation of
tue tieair.
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profound jurist, who made an exact study of legal
science, as a man in whose faime-u and integrity
alt could safely rely. He gave so much of his
time for many years to pnblK; affairs that be
naturally co-old not engrosa himself so much with
examining abstract principal of taw. Mr. Allen
always liked to do and say pleasant things ; he
wiiivti 10 ne 10 ui Mike to pass a tsemtnee in a
criminal rase, or to order iadmneiit npaint.1 anr.
one. We all remember his cordial fwtmr- vbra.
erer we entered his presence, his f neodly enquiriea
after oar interest. This vu not due to mere
animal rpinta, for be was not a robust or hardy
Another stroni characteristic of the man 3 that
although be might not always exhibit as much
ptuh or what some may call energy, as others may
miut., u vjata ikh uu luiiiit merely ior ine sake 01
doing ttoewthing, he was not a man lo make mis
takes. Ha nerer orer-did, or did any thing useleas
ly. In this regard he was partieularly raluable aa
a public man. He wan an excellent politician, and
mast hare impressed public men laTorably. As
lAsan ox tne uiptotnatic corps in n acVhisgton, he
held a dignified, honorable place, for which he
was well qualified, and he leaTea a racancy which
this country cannot easily supply. It is no light
thing to say of any man, without eulogy, aa all
can sincerely say of Judge Allen, that he was a
man of absolute parity and integrity. That we
all say and we all beliere.
His Excilocy the Minister of Foreign Helationa
said. May it please yomr Honor. Although Uiis
a meeting of the Bench and the Bar to render
honor to a departed brother, U is fittinc that I, as
an c&cer of the Goreraraent, in official relaUonti
with the departed, should speak. .The country has
recetTtd a serioc blow in the loss ot the departed
awuister uu pw.esniBn. a iiaa an intimate op
portunity to know Lis eminent xxloe as the ftm.
raUUTe of this coon try la the United States.
10c hxn all seen so moc-u in the American press
setting forth tbe great oocuaderataoa mtertained
for Uuxialer ADen. It mir be said a mil r-hrioT
nation has mourned for him. Her chief public
txaccTs caosea weir zesuTiues to ao nonor to nix
mexaoTT, and a RpresentatiTe of her President
and Cabinet accocrpanied hts rtioaiss to their last
reatieir nlaee. I had the honor to receive xrstMT
day a dispatch froca Hu lUoJJencr tbe Minister
Besadent near our Court, in which -was conTtjed
the personal uptreasiona of regard and of condol
ence of the President of the United States. How
earaetg and marked baa this recardbcen mani
fested. A recard that I feel could only be awak
ened br suTjerior lxntsial character. Th -rtr4-t
of years was no hindrance to the ralce of the ser
ric of UiaisUr Allen to this countrT, It was not
tiecessary that he should be actlre, yisdaing, or
loUiyinc. When be krtorkwl at the door of
Pmadestof the United States or a Secretary of
State, it was readily opened, and his lighteit vord
rroctred the most courteous attention. Such was
the effect of his vefght of character.
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Y7"llYiVI.VM li.;niKVKTHIS D.W'
rrtlrr from the rm of ROllKKT URIEVE .
Co, which I how cprniniril of RiiacaT DarsTS aicrr
AUTir 1 .TSOS.
Hoaolala. 4n 31. ISC Sll art. ultlEYKiCo.
NOTICE !
ATOTICK IS UKUKltY (UVtf
Lv tbat thr VBCrralrard ha. riBrrhaM all of th.
rorartT. !. sail rtfrcts of the bul ON it V RICK
UNTATIOS lo Waltlkl. Oaha. all droll .a. tT
said corartaBT ma.! bo raid brthrta at th oarchascr
ii.n iimniiiiranuii" pi..niiiiii.
IlUfdJaBaarT SI, tSKl 811 d
A. C. SMITH,
d o xa. Toy nnoor.
Att KINDS OF LEGAL WHITINGS carctallr aooc
larithcr English or Hawaiian; al,
CorVINU ANIIT1LOSL.VTIN0.
;r Orders Ir ft with 3Ir. T. O. Tbram, 2S and SS Xrr-
chant Strrrl.wHlrgci.-iTCVJrornPlattnilIon. all St
NOTICE.
AT AMKl-TTIXO OF T1IK lllKKC-tor-ettbeKAriOLANI
PARK ASSOCIATION.
Itrld Janury Ith, tbe tollowlng Irfflcrra were
eiecteu njriac raiiunsjrir
A. t'lerftoni rresident.
lr.J.l-.lIcl.rrw Mce ditto,
II li. Macfatlane secrrtary,
Cecil rrowa Treafnirr.
91! 31 II. It. U ACFAKLANE, K. T. A,
N0TICK !
VTlfK A XX 17 A i Ml-KTIXO OF
Iha KI1.A1KA M'tiAR COMPANY. hcd on
Janaarj Wh, at itie offlce ot HMkfrld i Co, llono
lUia, toe IOHO.V mitnami were ooiy -ircirM.-
II W. Scbiaidt. rreli.eat
It. A..Vacite. Jr Vlce-lrelde6t
J. F. Hackfeld .Treaiarer
II. P. tllade etary
It W T IHrria Andltct
II. Y. UPE, emtary.
Ilonolola. Jaanary SUb. tlSk SP St
S. G, LXVET ft COn
Wholesale and Retail Crocors,
FORT STREET, Uoootaha. 11. I.
Freak Umeerie,. Pnnislo ef t,llLlarla ow tuad.
ui rtee.1T! leraUtly fres Earope aatt Ata erica m
wlttca will be tM at the Kiwect market rates.
ttelirered t t
ItSa.I erden
Mad tleilrereI t aH mtu et tke ettr free ef ta arse-
X3T" latSastl order orclltl, aad pfeaapt alteatioa
wt"! be -ia lke Mm. IfT ly
TO LET!
Tire FIN" IlESintKCE, SO. HI
EECSTANIA fTEEET.
rr Aopir t. a. ji. MoanrAno.
S1 iWorriDh HI17, cor. Frrt sail Hat t.
FOR SALE.
1 Diuiip Cane i'a-;on,
i l-llm-M- Dump Cat,
:t Sets ti-Mule Harno-i,
ait i-n Good Order
-ANIW -
Will be Sold Clieapfor Cash
EXQflltEOFT F. TI SHALE,
1 at Kohala. llaaaii.
NOTICE !
Tlli:
uxiki:sixi:d
rl'KVIIAcED THE
H.VVIXC!
BUTCHERING
BUSINESS
OF THE
METROPOLITAN AND CITY MARKETS
On Kin- tid Xanana Streets. lI.molala
will carry on thr same on his own actoant nnder tbe
trade name of
G-il'toort w allor
as from January ltt, 1SS3,
(ULUEl.T J. WALLER.
911 Iru
TO CANE PLANTERS
THE rKOI'IUETOR OF THE
NIULII SUGAR MILL
Bclletlng that there la itncnltlratnl LA'H, otv
tt Line ef tho Hawaiian Railroad
In the District of Kohala
. . . THAT r.2 nr.
Profitably planted in Cane
I, prepared tu rrcf irr proportion, for bavlnr;
Cane- ao Urowa,
Ground at his Mill
Kohala, Hawaii Dec 19th, ISA!. 32j
S. MACAUIiEY,
PRortssiONAi,
Ulnsical Insfmatcnt Maker
TUNER&REPAIflER
OFFICE
AT C. E. WILLIAMS, FORT ST,
TELEPHONE No. 70,
wo1dmo9trepertnllrIarnllhUpatrona and the
Inhabitants ol the Hawaiian Kininlotn, thatlamponfe
to nnnu'roaa requrpt'. and a pnarantee of aa much
Ilflla Delrrniinrtl lo Kef ommenrcHMtM
and Wfll-known lhtIness
CARRIED ON HERE FOR OVER THIRTEEN YEARS,
and which hat hitherto aSonled k wach aatle
faction to hla patron a. II - III nndertahe to
REPAIR ALL THOSE UIFOSTUNJITE I TORTUItEO PUJ.0S
which hare, for the lart year, been haLdln T
rrorcedbutt'nkinroiTnBm- na
' Xliifctc i ball oncemAre nny titnerdllrl In the hame of
.luMiuiH, iub wp i.t uocior, , in motto Ii
" Oui'o, 2STo Pay.
911 Im
ST. JACOB'S OIL"
lAO a!.
CL (ttaaaaaaHft Jii
Sniii.iii. Court-Jaanary 7cm, laf9
Tat rail Court, with tar aapi s isl at l-l,,
th Bar, prrnavlratnl th. folWiar 3ta"HT irj.
viu.. sill. -r a 14 at
to srnod aj Coaarrt. than .at Vr iasii4 . sa, .3
for starts, hat th. dar far kr.Hn- ...n ,. -
.r( riprr"!? irrr r IUV. lira .wrjiw .7"
,i .. r- "H
I'T awt .f la coart
JNO. K. Unua
I1SI Clrrk rrrr-
T. A. f CnAEFER Jt CO. Arrau
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE
THE At.OIEBICAN
tOKBarkS.B. ALLEN
Will Positively Sail from Boston for
this Tort OX FEI.nr.lKY 1st.
Wm an ail nBantlr. uwi frrisht taken at the Lo
e-lKate ApnlTtoCHAl BREWKK Jb Co, So. ST
KHby Mreet. 1Liob. ot to
-U V, l'l a 1' Ski., w-aa. - ...
TABLEi
TIME
StrntEMK ct)rnx or thx jTT
WAllAX ULANTJS lamaam. I.-aMartiir
awanaa iriaaa -a..-la r. anata of ra.
KIKN, drrraird. IVfor. Mr. Jattrc. Jfr,t
Ontrr artwiratlBr tlB. for rroaata r win .. .
mtlar JraWlcaUoa of aottro. '
Whnras a aoramral pjrrortlar to V a 4af.
Ileal., ropy th. h.t VVUIaaa Intaaaru ata&T
Orrra. wtitow late at Olmtoa, Alraoaarhwiv tTS
Cmatr of Ulowmtrr, Kortin.. irrria aa?iii5
thr ororir. prob.1. aa. nrKtrr saM Will at .r
ot.raalctl.of uMatur lnra,ta la. Itiwtarry Jm2
rrobata IMrl.lo. .tit. itir Com f Ja'rWat2
Olmtoa. BaTiaooata.STthQaTJ.aaarr A.b.aaT
bora rrrwiiml to raM rroaat. town f th. --.
liiii ..w ia i-i i. rrvaar. lafrsaf artaM
bora IM h; Vlinaai L. tlrrra at noworala baS
l.UBd ofOah.. praila;taatlmcTs.f aoairarrLw
wilh tho Villi aB.rvod to lro. t. Um mW! Wlrru
hrarlas .aid appltratloa whra aaa whrrr aar aanaT
lalrrortod atay appear aad roatrst tha saar.,
ii-, laiun iM.in. tan imni larrrei a. rlrr.
pahnratloa for Ihrr. coaKtatlr. works la t 11..
Oartrrs. aw.paprr prtatra aat paonth-.
saw Tioiinrala,
nalra Iloaotara. II. IJaa.tTta.r-wi.
(Mrnl) UWRSNCK)lcCVU.T
Atlfrt- Jittr-o f th. Hrrra. Crt.
). t Hinisa, Ch-rt, IC
STEAMER Ll KE LI K E
lilNtJ.
I nANTt.1
Meaner Ukehke k-arc lleselaia each TaetKlay
at r. a., t whin at Lahaiaa. Maalaea I-ay. Naaena.
Vahni-nti K w i K s lErtathnpiint ami iiiio
Retnrntnt- will touch at all th aborr foct, arnTlnc
at iicnoiBin raca r-nnoay a. a.
I79i Cretllt for ce yisnty JU
T tx-hlTriT rt-fo. to frrtn acroaota for Paac-.
and we partlcalaTly call tb atient.ee to the traTenae
public to the BrceilT of hanar Racriad treicht
plalnlymarted. tbe Meamrt u not be wpeaaioie
ror anynnuarct-a lutccne, ec ior rrwrn. or i-arccu-.
anir imttip ?-. rr.
Fraitat Xoatr Dae on Dtaaad.
In all eauea or frelehl for Tartlr not irtronatble. or
nasnt-irn, ar .iti col mtwrj wyi w? uvt .v.
ni. ris.ti.ii.1 nti.iti.i.
For the Party whom they are for, ot plainly Mated la
iae receipt 10 waora incj wt roniaiu('-k-
AU demand for damar.- or losa inaat he madr within
riieraoDia.
In so way liable for to or accidents t lire atock.
te-llatt Drirer. IUt. and rock like, will not he
allowed n noard tbe tramer on anir.iL nntl I after the
raMensera hare oecn landed.
THE O-H.33 r3LT
German remedy
RHEUMATISM,
Xeurnlgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Hactadc
soreness q tut Ltat, Uovt, XJuinst,
Sore Throat, SiceUings and
Sprain; Sums and Scalds,
General Bodily
Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headaclte, Frosted Feci
and Ears, and all other
Pains and Acliu.
No Ptrparatliwi oa farts oaal. Sr. -ana's Oil a a
uf.,mr, 111J4 and riy.i tTiirrml r.rwtrdi. Atrial
ralatl. bat th ronparaUTrly Iriflfa. omlay of 3. rt..
aadrrrry oa. taffcrlBr win pala raa tar. chrap aad
pcltlTO proof of ItacUlaia
UlpmloB la tlrrra LBwarr'
OLD IT ALL DSUS0ISTS ASS DIALESI IK
KZUICIKTE.
A. VOCELER &CO.t
tlaltlm.ro, Jf, V n. A.
Hollister Sc Co.,
i ArrsU for th. Ilawallsa IiliaJi.
XDTjIlJ GOSSIP.
nvjiEHK IS XO 11)1.1: GOSSIP IIOW-
X rrrr. Uat th. wadmlrard win tat, rortralt. la
ajy .tyar or vtowa to ordrr la th. brrt it,l of th.
Photafrsphle Art. aad ea lit ra.it Beaaoaahhr Terns
-tart Tl f. Idle ros.lp which .ay. - he wiu aot fry t.
pleaar. forhe alway. wis aad will V. wtliiac t please
vrryoaewharaaheisltedl aad arrrr treated aayoat
at of Itiway. sad arret win tint s.yoae etherwlM
usalaa-properauaatr. rioaot Hftea loroMlri,Vat
rxaaeaaderirarro-nct-.1hrre l.alwar two .lint.
astrar. fmlB) II. U CHASE.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Till: M-I.EMlin KTKAylMlll'
ZE ALAISTDIA
WEitnuit. .'oit.iAiit:n.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIX FRIHCISCO
Cn or about Mondaj- Ftb- 11.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND
Till: M-IXXnitl NTUAVeHIIII.
CITY of NEW YORK
t'llltll. Coiuniamfer.
On or about February 18th, 1883
Tor Fre'sht aad Paasaf e apply lo
SN It- II. H U'SIIU A lO . -linn.
iik.hI. tor .whlmiieul tier Nleamer ran n.'
bositoresl, rrrr o I tiaixo.lri the rire-trfKit
Tt arrnon.e near ine nieamer n nan.
Th Areola here are now prepared to
.up Ticket to San t'randro and lie turn
t'OltSliJTIlK ISOl'M) TKll".
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
the ai nnrri'-ii
STEAMER " SUEZ,"
AVill Lcatc Sim FranrNco for Hono
lulu the Dtli tiny or each uiontli,
ltetarBlBf from llimntatu on thr 25il HY
of each month.
San Francisco Areal, 1 D. smECKELS A DUOS
Zt .var&i ! Mrrel
Hunolal. Arrnta. Q. IRWIN Jt Co. !C
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
CUNARD LINE
Establlshod 1840.
Two Sailings Every Week
roit i,iyi:icimoi,i
From. -Veto York erer 11 WantAiv.
JVtrm Boston trtry $tfHnliy,
4.nbln .,
RATES OF
PASSAGE:
M0. nail ftlna -
Accord I off to Accommodation
KBTVKN TICKET OX KAV0R.BLE TKItll!.
nieernitre 2 Currency
lool accomtnQdalIoi.R ran always he Mrmrd on at
s.Me-al (nn tn WI1 I I tls HIVliMi . 'r.
. ........ ... S,B'1 Fraoeiaeo,
W State Mrrct, itoaton,
VEIlNttN 11. DROHN i VO .
4 Howlinjttlreea, New VetL
Niillceto Iairener from Antralla, New Zealand
and Uonolaht- Thet'nnard Lfneafloardiinittrt than atut
facilities to through paeiirrra ftow Trann-Pacfne
nj; .irctiniiiJsaH
r" OrWri! acromntiidrtlotis alwarn n .rvt-tl
VKKSON' II. UliUWN A. It)
WO ly 4 Bowling Ureen York
iwrta. the frcqncncT ot ft fallfni
billty er delay la New York
TTmrnmS TAni ttr-1-
la an Eailtyeafe the retina itay.initeM
niiicnT coirirr or tiik ifu
J WAUAN I9L.XDS. Third JadUrUI r'w
rnbKare. I (land of llawalU DawIl l.lr
In tkc vwncrof the Estate of CUARUCS If l, hfenf
A dvxnnrriit, vnm-ruet to e the Uat Win ama
tcftimmt of Charlca Hall deccw-a. hartac m. tv.
tlay of lrccniher. A D. lC ISem Bmratmiy-tt ia
iTooaio tMrt, Uaim ii ror ib- rraiaar tha.
and for the tMaaaee ot Lettcra lmaieatary ! Bja,'
nasi tiBii ihii Kirw i ii. t ravMiam.
It la hrrehy ortftred. tbat WEDNESDAY
day ot Febnary. A, ll. lL at to 'rJorfc ttM
day, at the Coart Roona of mU Covrt, atKaMa.S
Kobala, In ta Ilantt of Ilawail, fc. and th m W
herrhy aplo!nte4 the tine for rm.x aM WH tad
hrariB.. aald appHcatloa whra ad w here amy fmn
latrretted may appear aad cstrttb rard wtu, m
the rraattec of letter trataneatary
It 1 farther ordered tbat notice thereoth rina W
pnblloatisMi. fr three acrriT week In the JFarti.
CmttC, a newrpapcr rtiatrd and paMlahed t
Paled Koiu:a,llaiial,Jan.3nhtlr5S,
CIIAKLX F. 11 ART,
Jirtke of the Circa It CmiI,
g Third Jaatttal PWtrtci.
A. PRANK COOKE
AtlEVrrORTlIE FOLLOWIXQ COASTKHs
Wail el , Mnlolo
WalolL jjtfV JulU
Waiehu, Walmaln.
Gen, Slej;el f Kalnna,
and Mana.
FLIO Uwi with While Ball Offlce t'orarr ..ronect,
and Naaann Street a
TIIK
-a. are
roartn:
NOTICE.
HKI.OYV NAJIi:D l'Kltt-OXS
Tine
Ap.
A. are reriBrttrd to call at the Clerk's Offlce SiarireiBe
lthtn cn. month, from date atd take oat the Ap
polnlmmt front the IrobateConrt.a Admtolf tratora or
tlnanlun. a. mentioned opponlte their rcpeclWe
names and lo die thr bond. a. reqatred by the Coart.
Mill. . Ailrola',tr. E.Ute of Wm lUrt. Mc
V T Itawltn.
SWKaaholei A Kalanika
John AlcKearae "
Nnela X Harry tVhit.
Kahl
J r Crcen
(1 II KalanVane -J
P Green
3lele JIalkal w
Mr ME Smith r
Iloaa Nakapati. w
Alfred Iioiroa
Kibin.iw
II t! Crabbe
Vfm II Jarrctt
W maa
Hon A FomiEdrr
Wm Kahawall C.ma. '
-1 Kna Irsirdii
(IWt'Joar.
J W I'lUnjIr
D Chats
Kalasa w
trshlnealli
HUCralbe
Maaalkl
Kaneaml
DavldMalo
Uy order of the Coart
llonolala, Dec. Ith. lslfi.
W J Hawlta.
n rule
M Makall! "
.Makka w '
Uheoka "
MilaaaB4dth,le "
Kah.aawall "
llHT.rae "
MslUl "
II rimtth "
Lak.w '
1 1 Oolron " '
Kaahl -Tbama.
Meek "
Wm Jirrrtt "
KaKvA Kalasa "
Lai "
llaalel Pohalahl -Pahaq
mlaoT,
Jone "
Kahanaml
Eniel. Kapall
S L Kipahskala
WahrBrarnaKlmH.
Utly Cabk.
Lahela w
rklUrra of Km
Kalama
I'. K nTE.
Depoly Clerk.
CK
$50,000 m BONDS
For Sale.
T7K-M!KAiTiioni.i:i)Tosi:i.i.
T Ihe Bond, of th.ONOMEA 61'OAIt COMPANY
St s rue that will :l,a the parcbairr nine per cent, per
annam. free fMlorvrr.ment Tax. Th- Capita) stork of
th. Contpany I. tjn.u.1, ,nd ihe whofi mm af
Bond, I. liii.l,n.ln ,ama of J311. oiw Nor l.t. Inti
payable SAnnin eneyrar. 5a,"ln two year.. $S.l"l
In three yeara and jsiliu la fonr years from cut; with
iSH'JlIK.l','.lJI,,I "msdeallirarl.
ailrerondbylhi arrt aad only mortcari OB Ihe wbi.f
ESSlTLit VW- A" '"ther Information
rrqatrrJrrrardlBlthc Plond, or the arcnrlty wtlt be
tiRr'-tf'rl.I'r8' ,V UbTlN. E .. Oaom-a. t.
"EKACo llonolala ot bi 11-
10 " ' manor a co
P.M. S.S. CO.'S STEAMERS
SraolsJTolva. cfc Oo.,
Notify the tmellaj poblk tUt they are sow
prepared ta Irrsc pMamret TICKETS
TO SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN,
By Ihe shore m.rnllcrnt Steamers al
SI 25 FOR THE ROUND TRIP.
U. HACKFELD CO.. Agent..
'or the Pac'iorTstile
W ' latemt toatlK -adera
Emlacatly a Book of the T,n
"THE HIWlllU TEBPERHCE TEAR BflBH.-
Deroted t. the Adrocacr of Total Abstlsanc.
aad Mdal Beform. V
Edited aad complied by D. M. CROWLXT, Lft of
SLIMiKMK COritT OF TIIK IIA.
WA1IAX ISLAND?. In itaahrnptry. ta th
matter ot the lUnkmpley of T It. MRi!lS,
Notice la hereby ctrra that a meetlat; of the tiTTfl.
tora who hare proted dcSta acalaat the aaldT n, 9n
sefip, tothe amonnt of JI' or mere, win h held at
tho Clerk Ufflc of the Japrem Conrt. In noUaL
ON THI'RSIWY the Sih dar of rXBSCAKY
tw o Ooct. a. m. ior tae pnrpoe or eitrtlax atrtnr.
of aald oaaarnpCt eatat D. K. FYFX,
lioarvaia. wnry wa. t-wk,
SVPKE3IK COl'IlT OF TIIK IIA
wallan Iilanda. In lUahrattirr In the ntaitrr mt
the naalrnptcycrCIll'MlFAA
Notice la hereby etven that a atretlntef the Crrd.t
ora, who hare prvrrd debt again! tW eatate f Chart;
l a tuatknir, .w turn ai avians ais aa. m ivr aw aaairaB, WMi
fartd at the otnre of thoClerh of iho ?apre Coart. ta
llonolala. O.N THtKDAY. FEB. tX at 1 a. m. 1W
the patreee of elect Id c Aafliee at the aalj Ztaaarnpi
'.i . it. iv. a i r .v. irvpoiT sLiPta,
SrVRKSlK COUKT OF TIIK IIA
WJ.UAMLlMiV. In th- matter of the Hat
m Kee Van all la Cam Chan, af II.-mafaiIa tl
Wen tbla dar adjodlcatrd Baahnpt at a hearlax heftav
Jtr aa.rcw. jm a nr. 11 rri .an nay iHuriraiui BCttce
he iren to th creditor of the atI Lam Kee Sam ta
prea ent their el inn and prort thrtr debit aad that dm
pahlleatloB he made therrof. for three coaaecarrr
weeha, tn the " Ilawal bn tiaiett.'
taUtTnxrxi.
:ioate4
Uao.aiai
h tha time and place for all aneh creditor! to arpm
aut prtT f aid ctaliat
uy tne v een. u. K. r I i c uepity Chrrt.
Itatedllonnlnln.Jaa tMb. .!. tt!X
Now therefore notice I hereby riven thatTH
DAY. the 1Mb da of Fehrnary .V. D. 1St3. at to
a. m. at tha Conn Itoomef Alllolam Hale. Ua
SrFKKMK COUKT OF TIIK Ha
waiian tULAN'DV la Prarhattd t.I.Ba W
Oabn, Hawaiian lalaada. a In tha matter of tha
E.titcot MaRON J. KOSK.decfaaed. tnterappaln- !
lax time for rrobate ef WUl and dlrecttos pahlkatiea
et notice et tae tame
A doenmcat. nmitl ir To be tfca tat win
teatameat of Mjnm J K-. deceated. ha Tine aa ttva 1
10th day or Jaanary A, I. heea preaeated t aatd 1
rtobate Coart. intfa petition foe tbe probate thereof
and for tbe Ittoaate of lettcia teaUMeatary to K. A
Irchaercr, barinc hcen fllcd try r A 5harrr
It t hereby rnlerrd. that r KIB.1Y the Aeeead da!
or r ebrnary , A . I. t K, a 1 10 at kx k a. m, af aald aay
at the CoenUoum of aahl Coart, atAUlolanl Hale, ta
lloaolnla he, and the name la, hereby appointed Uh
time for provtaj aald nuiand heart atd apptica
tlon. when atd ahrtit any pcraoa Intereated
appear and coateat the ld ill and the craatr.jc
ktiera Tea tamcatary.
ll it fBrtbcr ordertd, that n-ttlcr tb fcvl he cfva hr
oiit.itivn, airv naivrw as circa .- wrr.i in ,a riaaa-
liantiaaette and 'Knoana
nnblUbed la llonolala.
Dated Honolnln. II. I J annaty tPlh. tSC
A. Y. J rDl Chtrf Jaallcc taOrcif t ac-
D. K Fara.
Irpoty Clcth aprriEt I onrt r"
' BTWfpapcn prtatrd aid
Attei
NOTICE 1
ON ACCOUXTOr IMlrajSURK OK
tfai. v.. a. v. vvf, , ,c ,. . , .. V.:
her tatroa, that .he will see them o.l.'o. u-vnVi-V
. -- : . . : - , mtiavairia w c 11 .1 1.
ir.lia aa. miDATrl or nil . l ...1.
aooe.. ME... .V M. Vr, , ra.
No. 101 1'orl street.
NOTICE :
A KTEU TIII8 BATK 1 1HUXOT
California
Furniture
a n 4i-ii
Company's
NEW STORE !
Nob. 50 Sc 58 Queen Sts.
,Vl Ilofirjlo'.Ma.onlr Mall,
New Goods
PEIL
Stmr. Suez
Mlepnt Parlor Suits,
I'rlma N'ora llcilroom Sft,
(initP a Nor Stjle;
Jn.tjlhc Thins; rnr flantatlona;
Woven Wiie Mattresses,
Hair dc Spring do..
Curly Hair do.,
Hair and Feather Pillows,
Mirrors,
Sheets, and
Pillow Cases,
Excelsioi and Straw Mat
tresses, and
THE LARGEST STOCK
ALL DESCRIPTION 3
or
FURNITURE
AS TOt AS
The Lowest Prices !
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