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To airta': for la wk vmbt of tlit t'.
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i general artwi ana the Vty( ? n! Kr-
I from Tcrt GimttK will, lomtor.
Tic depart am .ill domestic prudtKt. incd tb
U IT .lin;, ATTa. n4 ZmMM, ail folly lade.
Tto' w. .1 probLij- Irt-monw or nrxt dij for
tin rrui kj and the ncxiT-l I arrive 1H be lh
ib; icou-? on tli ISta inrt- itb oitn to the lllh.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Arrived.
!- -OS So- ?Jodd, from b F
nt t3C T Hoot. JurlIrom i r
Am fek C Jlnmy. JU, from St
I Jim bk. oret Qarea, from fori lmUf
m bk EmrrltUC".Urr. from Port .mHr
I. I'H ZwtaBdU, Webber fnw dney
Sailed.
I- Ambkll W Almy. Freeman. fr b F
3VAm bktae Eifa, Urowu. for h F
Vel in Port.
II B N b Mo tint Edrdi
h t Licks w Ettn Wllvon
I b S "W'acbrtt. IVrion
Frrntb w fbtp Umier. ChatMDtfitol-
MCBcnivrao
Am I Stoning Star. Brty
Am khtn Hope. ;rePBirlnc)
rr bk lltrmsBiL, IUtteo. In itr
AmfctL.if Ore. Ilabe
Am ln DkVniA, W'entd
Am bk Liuie Xtnh&II. DersmMii
Vm bt lrere. Xelttrrc
Br th UilocV, lv1ctofUU
Am Kbr J C Ford, Lc UallicUr
Am bin GcUTsbnrt. Thfclta)d
Haw kJit Jeanle WalVer, CoderMocd
Am brlr J 1) fcprrrVr-lf , Frie
Am blc Kmnmld, Oattrr
Am bk I C .Marraj, JmiV
Am bk Forest (ioern
MEMORANDA.
Bwrtof&S2eIandU-Lert Sydney Jaa S5tb,aod
urltd at Iioaoinlo rrb ir-.n. iiooermie i
t tbrouf hout the patsa
ncco.
and f sir wrtli-
Cioal trade Mode expni-
IMPORTS
in fakir hav.s bbl xxrtatoe. S3 bbls lime H
batr II ce macli, 9JU kf birl7 5(53 do bran, Oi bndl
bln-L.-,Mbricka,3UtU zraln. 1 bndl tools, 313
pki feslmdt c
From 8aD FranciKO, Jer bn-z. Feb 9 TTDca Itqor,
kirain, 4M baa appIca,VULa potatoes, 16 bla
";aj ;-Oca bread, SSbbla refisedea-ar, HUea pymp.9
1 Jt polrs, W bbla lime, t't k onion. 125 cavtlocH, 63
pi Iron. M bbls cement, l'K bin lobes, 63 bxi cocoa
From aa Franclpro. per C T Hook. Feb f- bn) e - liq-
mrri, aw c anpies, -J c
natmoa, ftl pks tndte
PASSENGERS.
For 3Io'-kal and 3UnU per Ibna. Feb S W Cati, W
nrede JUtiffin UrFltcb.Si: Madison.
For Windward rorta.prr Ltkrlikc, Feb 6 ' Camp
..!, Dr 1. ft Kltlrrd-c,lN3fa&.ce.DKV1da.3IUsll
f)o..lvSInKt'AoeUn,Jl'Drvtf.EU IIaIdw)n.A C
Af under. F Lake. J Perrlman.
From Hawaii and iliol, p-t Iwalaul, Feb ?-Hon D II
rshjDB, W Uoodalc, Jttd Hoaplll, W II Patla, CcoT
M' Lean and wife.
From ban FtincWo, ier Sum, Feb b II Foot, Mrs A
W Uanh and Z children, A Kidd. wife and 5 children.
Mrs Xoreden, 31rs 11 F Hebbard,Mri JHAtberton,
narM and 8 children, Mni S OHmau, Ultt C Ullman,
I II Atbcrtob, lira Sell;. Mr S X Damon. Mm He la
Vcrne and t ixhk. W (i Wood, E A Hall, 1 M Order,
W O mltb, W H IU1Jt. wife and S children, I li Fifb
t,TJ ktQ-and cblldren.F2l llatler, II behUfeler. J
Loot, 31 Lome,!. W II Wagner, C J Copp, J Tbnmar. A
Hansen. A Ericksoa.lt Knelff, H Faltb. J 31 l'arr.Jat
!)r?han, U Sheebsn. John ulliran. F Ilohnberc, A J
JuLnaon. F Jfo, 11 Donahue, T rtlzrerald. o Scunlt
man. J Kahn.J bchrodcr.A 0 Webb. W E Ilodson.C
NcDoBpil, E F ilorpliy.ri Vliinftr.
J'-na ban Frabcifco. per D C Marrae, Feb 8 A(roes--
U b H Moddard, W H IcLran. It 1 Merri wether, II E
AerrT.iliss France. M Lack. Sir Y. Williams, Chat
Witllsmt, Mlf K Williams. 3Ilsa L Wlllltmi. W W III
tama ri LC Thomas, D Holmes.C Mnlth.
From Kana1,per Jamea 3takee, Febf? Gor Kanoa, A
Feje CsptF Grant and ife Jtcr II Bingham. Dr Din
att
F r Kauai prJam- Maker. Feb I- Mr L Thomas.
AGoe-lla
Fnm Lahsina, per Seltlc Urrrill. Feb JO Master
II and E Tnrton, Misa X Horner, Master M liaMwfc.J
OoldcUlDtMls Miiw Judge Kamatoplll.
From Kahalnl, per Kllaaea Hon, Feb 10-1 T Tkora
lon. W 1 A Brewer and wife, c II Lecbtnau. N Oltlaodt
J Iliicr W Goodman, Major V erks. W F Momh. L
From Kanal. ter Jai Makee, Feb 11- W A Whiting, It
AMcFle.Mi-s raeeraa-uMiss SeboHrr. II Charms n,
Dr Waiten. r M Whhnmn. J V Hbrad. W t Farretl, O
T.tcomb,
From Macl and Molokal, per Ihna, Feb 11 W Br-de
Pr tilth Mica Ucdingtou
r.rban Francisco. trt XeaUudfa. tVb 1-4 I'tJoMi.
I B Weoler. U Letters, wife and 2 chlidrtn, J Luarns
hq wni b i iinois ana wiie, a lioumson, r ivr
ri.l II L Dodge. M A Darts, II It HollUter. Mrs J V
i ooke and 1 children, U E Hoive and wife. U W ildi-r, C
II Wvolmtnrton, H Vonu- II J C'randatl. G F Wllholt.
Edwards. lion II A 1' Carter, HiEzng1Mago-hfchiro
ana sane ancr jneinue i omroy
From Vlndwanl ForU. iwr Llkellke. Feb 11 Hon J
Parker, Father FoozoL Father Leouor, Mi.s Utile
mr hards. J li JIowTtson.T llosearrn. U w Wocc,
D Toomey, W F Lomabcihcl. J Kanuamano. Mica 11)1
po, NlsAb"ona,M Holmes. J KMiits.C- Vllliamo. W
llaalllio. Knaklnf . J Milton, Mrs I N Makee. Mfxa K
Makee. A bmitb. Mrs Vontempekr, Capt D Taylor. II
Zrrbe MIfs M Kirkard. F Horuer, T V Fun-yth, Miss
Albro. J Morse. J Mnrdotk, E Dal, Mies L Weed.
From brdner. prr Zealandta, Feb IS V II Martin, O
lrivdlandcr, 1 DOarwood.W Lldgate, and W) In irausii
Inthlf Str Feb fib, to the wife of MrTboa Carey, a
on.
In this Ctr Tvh isb, to the ttlfe of Capt U M Xord
berg, a dangbter
lathisdty FfbTtb, to the wife of K M Scrimjeonr,
t poa. "
MARRIED.
McLE AN LANDFOIU) At the residence of the
bride's father, Kabapall, Hani, r eb 3d. by the Kct T H
lloarr.MrGEoTMcLxaiE.of Honolnln.to Miss Mix
ckta K, tecocd danghter of 11 N Landlord, Eso. No
cards
ISLAND LOCALS.
The Kinct settled the vexed qaect ion by crowning
himself.
Tbe eteamer C. 7. sails for Ilonckonj; cm
ThrrfAy at 1 pi ra.
The weather daring the latter part of Uvt week
was rainy, with E winds.
The E tries for the RectU to be heU on the 23d
inst, will close at 5 p. sc of the 19th.
We thank Mr. S. Sigtl, 3Ir. T. G. Thrnm and
Sir. J. M, Oat, Jrn for news favors received.
rVmrtiati'ju race entrance to Park free to nil.
Entrance to Grand Stand SO eta. Tbe tincl showed
throngfa.
His Majesty held an impromrdtt reception at the
Hotel last erening. Vnsie, mirth and minstrelsy
prevailed.
A number of leadinc articlM and other roAtter
preparfd for this week's itme is nnavoidably held
over till our next.
Twenty-three criminals were parduned on Mon
day, so many more scunndrela let Iww to join tbe
eeneral antornalia.
Koral orders established lone ajo by His Majesty
are now described in the advertisinc; columns of
the Government organ. More pap.
The monthly meeting of the Mission Children's
Society will beheld nextSatorday evening, Febru
ary 17th, at Sir. U. A. P. Carter's residence.
Tbe list of persons present at the coronation
rmbliahed in the '. C. Adctrtiitr is grossly incor
rect, uuuij oniDca aiTi"iUK jr-juouu tu
at aU.
The local newsdealers were fully occupied on
ti fitb ins-ftr the arrival of the Suez, in ar
ranging and distributing the large amount of liter
ature nica came oy uim snaiuw.
Tbe Com well family, as relates to father and
on. were badly mixed in a C A, local, no ranch
so that it is deemed nccefaarj to ftate that Mr.
Henry CornwelT is the one who is again ill.
Captain Chateanminois and officers of tbe gun
boat Umitn and Captain Pearson and officers of
the U. S. 8. Horfcpw tt were presented to His Ma
jesty on the 7th inst, by their respective diplomatic
representatives,
Luxuries such as beef and poi the sturdy native
can no longer afford to buy, necessities like whiskey.
mm anil mn ! ran till niAnara to rrarchasc do
Kays a medical gentleman who does a great deal of
good work among the people.
The sale of books belonging to Mr. J. C Glade
will take place on the :th insU, and of the furni
ture on the "th March. The unsettled weather has
caused Mr. Adams to postpone the sale from the
original dates to those now mentioned.
Strychnine seems, to be sold careletely, getting
into the hands of the public generally. X i dog
belonging to a gentleman residing within tbe
snadowoztue i.ji.i.a. uoiiunic wait pmsuuou
with it by some unknown persons lately.
In connection with the prayer meeting at Fort
St. Church, this Wednesday evening, there will be
tnfvtinfT of the Slandim; Committee at 8-TO.
All ixrwus desirous of joining the Church will
please meet the Committee at that hour.
The am pi theatre was soaked by the rain of Sun
day. In anticipation of another down poor L tons
f mrrmmted iron were purchased Sunday after
noon and a gang of men tret to work rooting the
whole structure. Aueat little additional expanse.
Th&nnveihngof the Statue of Kamehameha in
front of the Government lluilding, takes place
this af Icrnoon. In the evening the illumination
of the Palace grounds and fireworks on lnnch-
bowL Saturday the lttnracmg at ivapiojam raia.
The fcleamer V. T. Jloul left San Francisco on
the Ifih nit-twenty-four boors before tbe $tz,
but did not arrive in prt here until after that
veaseL AS tee man nau oecn tuaceu ou uwiiu tun
T. llvl at San Francisco, the delay was annoy-
Pastor Cmxan's Sunday Sermon.
At the Congregational Church. Fort Street, Mr.
4, A. Cruzan preached a sermon last Sunday and
Lt rennest devoted bis remarks esneciallv to eoun
men. The pnacber took for his text the words of
Holy Writ "He thou strong therefore and show
thybelf a man,1 found in 1 Kings 2. Following
is a synopsis of the sermon: ,
He thou strong therefore and &how thyself a
man No wiser .words ever fell from human lips.
This dying counsel of David to his son Solomon
ungui well oe uscn as a me iuoiu uy every man.
What is strong, trae manliness? We and it in per
f ection only in Christ J eso. He was the one per
fect man. And one object of Las earth-life was to
are the world an ideal and example of true man
hood. Studying this pattern life, the first thing that
sUikea ns is the strength of Christ's character.
True strength consists of pov er of will, of passion,
of force, and perfect command of all these. A
man may have the strong passions and force of
will, but it he has no control of tlieiu, he is a weak
man. It is his mssions that are strong, not the
man himself. lie is mastered not master. The
true meaeure of strength is the power of the
passvjsis which a man control i, or subdues, and
not the power of those w hich subdue him.
Chnst was a kind and courteous gentleman. He
was equally at borne with the rich and the noble,
and tbe poor and the despised. There was some
thine winning in his manner, that crowds
thronged about him. Civility is to a man vhnt
beauty is to a woman. It is a common mistake to
suppose that persons who are distinguished for
tenderncsa and sweetness of dis position must lack
force. Juat the oppoblte is true. True courtesy
cannot be taken up and laid aside like a coat. 1 1
comes of goodness, of sincerity, of refinement.
These are bred in sears, not in moments. Princi
ples are the basis of all good manners. ( holy the
veneer of courtesy can be learned from books of
etiaaclte.
Christ was earnestness embodied. He bad a
grand life-work before Him. Wben but twelve
years of age. His boy-eou! was filled with this
earnfefetuess: "1 niUbt be about mv Father's busi
ness!" said the boy-Christ. Into this ltfe-wurkHe
poured the whole energies ef His being. There is
iKtrnt so important and so lacking. Tbe tendency
of most young men is to dissipate their energies
and btreucth. In education it is only a "suiatter."
and In work a turning restlessly from one thing to
another. Saeces cannot be won in that way.
"This one thing I do I" is the motto ut tbe strong
man.
Christ uas a tmre man. lie had no bad habits.
In thought and word, and act the Naxarene was
parity incarnated. Jt is sickening to sec how low
and base men live: men created in tho image of
God, drag that image in the mire, and feed on
cdlal like animals TtorgcUing their nobler natures
they live only for the sensual.
Chnst came, not only to give a perfect standard
uf manhood, bat what is better, to loin hands
with avery man In perfecting such manhood. What
saysuoar r or a many asareieu oy tue spirit
ox vou, luey are me sons oi uoo. '
Returned Conrtestes .
His Excellency .M. Sogi, 11 J. M.'s Envoy Ex
traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the
Court of Hawaii, save a return dinner to His Ma
jesty's Ministers, at the Hawaiian Hotel, on the
evening on the IHh hut. Among tbe guebts present
on the occasion were His Majesty, Their Excellen
cies, the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Interior,
Hon. M. Nagasaki, Hon. XL labaahi, Hon K. Hat--Mmaihi,
Uu Excellency K. M. Daggett, American
Minister. H. U. Ms Commissioner. Major 1. Hay
Wodehouine. Mans. Henrv Fecr. Commissioner of
France, Senhor A. der Canavarro. ComicissMoner
otl'Drtugai, uuei justice a r rancia J naa, lion.
A. a. ueguorn, uon, uias. ii. uinop, iiou. t. i.
KsTtfsa- Hon. C H. Jndd. Hon. H. A. P. Carter.
Captain Henry Wilson, U, S. S. LaclxtvMt, Capt,
F. Pearson, TJ.S.S. H'lsif, Captain Frederick
Filwanla. H. Ik M. S. Htie. Caot. Chauteaunun-
oia. French Corvette IJmirr, Gol. Curtis P. laukea
and Col. Jas. H. Hoyd of His Majesty staff, Hon.
J. L. Xaulakoa and Joseph O. Carter, Esq., Jap
anese Commercial Agent, Daring tbe discussion
uf tbe viands Ire the assembled cuests. the ltoval
Hawaiian Band performed some choice selections
of music, which added ranch to the pleasure of the
wxasKjo. Daring the partaking of the dessert,
Hit Excellency M.Sogi. proposed as a toast the
health of KiTg Kalakaua and the members of the
Uoyal Family, accompanying the same with ap-
tm proposed the health ot the Emperor and Koyal
Family of Japan. Social converse was then ic-
aaia in nnui luau l". ai, m wmcn time ins jua
jenyien.
Macx.
The TT. II. IKmomJ, Capt. Hondlett, sailed Fri
day mornbg from Kahnlui, towed out by the
KUttmra Hot, bearing Rev. James M. Alexander and
family to California.
There are tweire caligraphs in use, or ords red,
for MaoL This popular writing machine, is be
coming infflspensibte for literary and business
men. Speed, legibility and ease, characterize its
work.
News of the safety of the brought great
relief to the people of Maui. Flying rumors,
anxious fears, -stormy weather, created a wide
spread gloom, now happily dissipated.
Baldwin's mill, at Pais, is doing large work on
Grove Ranch cane, this month. The yield is very
heavy per acre, and the quality of the juice very
rich. It has scarcely been exceeded in this region,
and will be hard to beat.
Chinese New Year's was celebrated, as nsoaL in
these parts, by the splutter of fire-crackers and
the booming of bombs, and general gala da'
among tne Chinese among the foreigners, 1
picked-op lunches and lenten dinners meanwhile.
Iter. James M. Alexander, after several years
residence at Haiku, MauL has left with his family
for California, where he will again resume the work
of the ministry, his health being largely restored.
His helpfulness to the native churches, his unceas
ing interest in their welfare, his voluntary work
and effort among the Chinese, his ready word and
liberal hand, for every good object, will cause him
to be much missed. His friends, among all classes
are a multitude, and will feel lonesome when he
and his family are gone. He ecpects to sail, from
Kahului, by the Ih'mrnd on Friday, the iHb, for
San Francisco. Mftysucccmand prosperity attend
him.
That extremely datigtrous break off in the side
walk at the corner of Kukci Lane the descent of
liieb ltneanMd m hut hearts to palpitate with
dread, has been rtmedied by the placing of a set of
steps at tbe place mot dreaded, by the thoughtful
contribution of Mr. J. T. White.
We are informed that Hinckley, the man who
brought a charge of taal-practico against Drs-
Fiteh and ltodirers. and lost his case, has been
operated nin in San Francisco. It was found
that there was a iece of muscle between the two
1hc ushers appointed by the Executive Commit
tee, consibting of Messrs. Unger, Simonm, Wilcox,
Uobertson, Arnold, Clarke, Henry Smith, Smithies,
and Femandea acquitted themselves with credit
and beated the audience in the Amphitheatre at
the Coronation in a quiet and orderly manner.
Mr. A. D, Hell, of the San Francbco Meirktml,
acknowledges many courtesies and evidences of
good will from the merchants and planters and
residents generally ot the Hawaiian Islands, and
particularly from the editors of the Giottl V-
erne twTMr Jrfrfrhsrcana tlieOrtrKWtyi rrw.
A steady down nour of mm, regular coronation
weatbtr, delighted tbe town last Saturday and
Sunday. We Lavo seldom seen bo urny smiling
I aCCS OU a Wtl Ut, uui W uuui una I
geant disliked that nineteen men out of twenty
felt glad that the elements bad added their quota
to the general disgust.
Tbe 1. M. S. S. Zrdltmtia arrived from the Colo
nies on tbe morning of the ICth inst. in time to
allow passengers an opportunity to witness he
Coronation. She sailed again for San Francistco
on the evening of the same date taking amongst
others as itauseugers the members of the J aimnete
tjuuassy anu jioo. xi. a. . uirwr.
Messrs. Hoefschlaeger t Co. will fehorth remove
to the building on Queen street formerly occupied
by Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane A Co., and which is
now being renovated for the use of Messrs. Hoef
schlaeger. Messrs. Macfarlane will occupy the
large and commodious premises almost opposite,
on the corner of Fort street, in llcaver Mock.
One of the largest freshets we have seen for
some years thundered down Nuuanu stream last
Friday. Sural and grasses thst had fairly inatlo
ti.;r In tlm krd of the fctrearu were swept
away in a moment. A gentleman ho was on the
bank at the time tne iresnet nppeareu n,wuu
don n a solid wall of water betwi ea 6 and 8 ft high.
More drunkenness was seen about the streets
last Monday than the "oldest inhabitant1 can re
member. Forty eight individuals received free
quarters for the night in the cells of the police
station. This number, however, contained but a
very small percentage oi ine urunxen; toe wum
along Nunanu street are not to bo described: the
sight was sickening and yet heart r ending.
The steamer JVotafif towed the schooner Khimh
from Waianae (where she had been beached) into
port here on the th inst. The starboard bulwarks
of the schooner are stove in and the whole of the
starboard side oU which she lay, shows consider
able chafing, tne copper even ocingcieareu oi paint
and shining as ongnt as new. ue vcswi is soouu
and tight otherwise and will be soon again in run
ning order.
The Hoard of Engineers of the Fire Detriment
settled on the kind and style of engines suitable
for the Department of this city some four mouths
am. after careful and extensive researches
among the archives of the departments of the five
principal clues, inciriauors uowever seemingly
come to naught, no action having been yet taken
hi- tho Minister of the Interior. It cannot be that
the appropriation for the Fire Department has
been useu iar ouier purposes r
The lK 0. Murtvif Arrived in port on the Sth
lust., H days and 21 hours from San Francisco.
Captain Jcnks reports that he set his studding
sails the second day out from San Franciaoo and
tmt both them and the skvsails on the clipper
bark until off Diamond Head. The passengers,
amoncst w bom were a unmocr oi lautcs, nave pre
sented Capt. Jenks with n congratulatory letter
appreciative oi me speeu oi uii ewei uuu inn uui-
lorm aananesR.
The Japauebo Minister has presented to His Ma
jesty from tho Emperor of Japan, two elegant
flower-vases, and to Her Majesty from the Empress
of Japan two rolls of Covered silk. He has also
decorated His ExceUcncr the Minister of Foreign
Affairs with the order of the Uisinc Son. f 21 class)
rw r. 1 Tintos and ftd- J. if. I lord with the
same order of the lib class. Col. Geo. V. Macfar
lane and Mr. liervev J. lutneev are to receive
decorations of the same order of tbe 5th class. His
Majesty has presented to ills ueeucucy m. augi,
a dyiraiian of the Order of the Crown of Hawaii,
first class, and to Hon. M. Isibavui and Hon. Mr.
Kacbiwaenl decorations oi tue same uruer oi me
5th class.
Hawaii.
Mr. D. D. lialdwm,Inspector General of Schools,
was in Kobala last week. He left for Hllo on
Wednebday.
A Kohala correspondent has been given to under
stand from good authority that one man from
Knit viii vit llonuloiu to attend the Corona
tion. He will indeed be quite a curiosity wben he
returns.
The Hawaiian Railroad is finished and in good
running order, freight and passengers may now be
lan.Ti.1 mTtrhm in tho District witu neatness
safety and despatch. The new telephone line lias
been xuusneu as iar as tue jvuu&i anu.
News of the safety of the $es was quickly
spread throughout the district of Kohala upon the
arrival of the JJMfa last Wednesday, all were
indeed thankful to hear of her safety. All that
was wanted to complete the pleasure was the ar
rival oi tne mail so long aeiayeo.
Chinese New 1 ear was celebrated in Kohala In
all its glory. The streets and coffee shops about
town were fall of the mtrry celestials. The natives
as usual were taking advantage of the free display
of liquor and were out on a bpree making night
ami aw bblfmaa bv thsur unearthly whooping.
The Kohala citizens were glad to eee one or two of
our ucrernmem wucma ituum"", -
Unties ox Ue season.
A xrJtBEB of oar citizens are probably unaware
that Captain Pearson of the V. S. S. iref( is
the only gentleman in the American naval service
who has the right of attaching to hi name the
English honor of CB. He was made a Commander
of Bath for very valuable services rendered to an
English gunboat when under fire, we believe,
from Japanese forts. Capt Pearson is highly ei-
V hfa nvn Titimi Tift ikuibt. bttt llO IS
doubly esteemed by the friendly nation whose gal
lant sailors he helped in a moment of peril. Long
may nt wave ;
Revlewr of tbe Seawiom Laws of 1882
riKT i.
The Tolooie of Session Laws uf the Legislature
of 1S32, is now published, in one hundred and
thirty-three pages, containing also the provisional
Convention with Portugal. The following sum
mary of these laws and brief comments may be
cseful:
1. Mahakuloa and Kaanapnli an Election Dis
trict. This Act simply declares the law to be as it
was construed by the Government, until the last
election, when the former law was held to be in
sufficient. 2. Making Mahukona, Hawaii, a port of entry.
3 and 4. Increasing the compensation of Repre
sentatives to $uQ0.
Tk Making arson in 2d degree to couaist of burn
ing a dwelling house by day or night, instead of by
day only. Amending Sec 3, Chap. 12, Penal Code.
C Making imprisonment at hard labor, not
merely imprisonment as by evident mistake in
Chap. X of Acta of 16S0, for assault with danger
ous weapon not highly aggravated and triable by
Police and District Courts.
7. Amending Sec. 978 of the Civil Code, so as to
make all transfer of property void when made by
one who is Insolvent unless madenpon a good con
sideration to n bona fide purchaser httrimr no
ixaunable roi'se to Mirrt htm to be iHgotrent or
haulrvpt. Merchants will do Weil to consider this
chance of tho old bankrupt law, as it must seri
ously affect secure ties taken from those who are in
embarrassed circumstances. Tbe old law required
actual notice of, not merely reasonable cause to
believe me insolvency.
S. Making tue iNorm honaia lMstnct Justice a
olice Justice.
1). Increases Queen Emma s annuity from fCOUO
to$S,0U0.
10. Authorizes the Crown Land Comroisbioners
to convey tbe Abupoaa of Wailukn with the His
therron to Clans bpreckels, and the Minister of
tho Interior to grant him a Royal Patent therefor,
in exchange fur bis release to the Cora ruLisi one rs'of
all his nht and interest in and to the residue of
the Crown Lands.
It. Amends the laws for licensing tho slaughter
and sale of beef, increasing the number of locali
ties in which snch licenses may bo granted.
iz. lToviaingan annuity ox ?3ju xor j, i a.
Kahaleahn. cx-Distnct Justice for Ewa and Waia
nae, as "aged and enfeebled in tbe hervioe of the
Government" and because no 'irregularitiesM ever
were known in his office, and he has "character for
honeisty and reliability."
IX Annuity of $1,200 to Hon. H. Kuihelaui. be
cause he 'has long and faithfully served tbe Gov
ernment and no complaint bas ever been made
against him,1 and "he is now aged and too feeble
ta continue in office.'1
11. Annuitvof to s. Kim s widow, as thev
were in tho aervioe of the Government for manv
years, and "great confidence wai reposed in him
on account of his honesty and fidelity," and "his
large'f amily are in needy circumstances.'
id. Annwiiy ot cku to Jirs. . auaoiuua, sue
sing 'm feeble health and destitute.'
1C Authorizing a license of a Dance Houhs at
Wailukn.
17. Provides that a Circuit Court Term shall he
held on the first Thursday tn September in every
vear, at Waiohino, in Kau, for cases from Puna,
Kan, and North and South Kona only, except by
consent of imrties, and that such term need not
be held for not over fire cases to be tried, tbe
Chief Justice giving "due publication when such
term is not to be held.
18. Amends tbe law concerning the stopping of
passportsso that now the pe rson protesting against
the granting of a passport must make oath
specifically to tbe truth of bis claim or debt, and
even then the passport shall be granted unless suit
on such claim shall bo made within ten days after
ming oi me protest, jso passport is to ne rexusea
to a laborer who bas served out a written contract
for labor, by reason of any claim arising put of
such contract.
l'J. Amends the naturalization law, so as to give
the Minister of tho Interior, not as formerly, aloue,
but "with the approval of tbe King, superintend
ence and directum of tbe naturalization of for
eigne rs, and adds to tbe former requirements for
naturalization, the requisites that the applicant
shall have resided five years In the Kingdom, and
"owns without encumbrance taxable real estate
within the Kingdom.
JQ. Preservation of fruits and preparation of
tubicco. "Whereas, the Government should en
courage agriculture, including the erection of fac
torirs for the preparation and preservation of fruits
and for pressing and otherwise preparing tobacco,
ana ttuereas,iiis
s desirable that the Government
Who Is Safe.
Hmrotxui, Feb. 12, IBS3.
Edttob Gizzttb : I hare been a resident of this
city for a number of years, am a member of Fort
Street Church, and also a member of the Y.M.CXA-;
am not a drinking man, and have endeavored to
maintain for myself a good reputation. On Sun
day evening, while sitting and engaged in conver
sation with a gentlemen on his veranda, a native
police officer came and was listening to our con
versation, the subject happened to be on the merits
of the address of Mr. Edwards, given that evening
at Fort Street Church. The omoer's presence was
not desirable and he was requested to move on ;
for reply- be used blasphetnons language to toe
told me he would arrest me, and finally did pull
me from my seat on the veranda into the mud,
tearing my coat, and calling another police officer,
I was marched through the middle of the muddy
streets to the police station. There the officer
poke in native to Marshal Parke, and the Marshal
sold to me that the officer charged me with threat
ening to arrest him f The folly of such a charge
did not seem to be appreciated by the Marshal,
and although I reported the maltreatment I had
recived I obtained no satisfaction, the officer was
not reprimanded, and I was told in a rather threat
ening manner to go about my business. This aim-
Sle statement of facts is for criticism by the pub
c r r. Bines.
iwfol Notices.
ForcUhed Roomi en nlte A neat and cosy Parlor,
bitting Iioom and Bed Room can be badbraa earlr
application at tttn NO. 4 GABDEN LANE.
American Waltham Watches
Awarded Twv Gold Medals. Theenly medsJianard
ed for Watches, Melbourne International Exhibition,
ISSO.
Tbe only Gold Medal; als three special and fov
art pmes, Sydney, 1ST.
The Gold Medal. Paris, 1WU. Four First Prize Med
als. Phi lads) phis, I9T6.
The neqnaledaoccesi of these Celebrated Watches
ha prodDced a hoet of worthless Imitations. Buyers
will observe tbe Trade Mark, "Waltham, Ma.," en
graved on the plate o all Uenalne Waltham Watches.
Gold taies are pumped A. W Co lSk or HV-,s and
Miser eases are stamped American Watch Company,
Waltham, Maes, bterllng. Ktfly
TELE 0 KA r HI C ADDRKSS-DCNN, G LASGOW.
TO MERCHANTSLFLANTERS, ETC.
JAS. DUNN. MERCHANT. GLASGOW,
(HAWAIIAN CONbUL)
Undcrtakca the pnrcaase and shipment of aliklndsot
BrltUhandContlnental goodr, except Ardent Spirits,
and wlllbeclad toreeeWe Orders, at rates either free c
board at shipping port In tarope, er dellrered ex ship
(but with duty for buyer1! account) at Hono'ieltt. Soeh
Orders may be accompanied by remittance, payable
in miuuxu vi can r nncinuj or us mi w upjb
sight against conflrmrd credits from llonololn Bankrn,
er otherwise, to suit the convenience of bayen.
IlErEBKMK :
MEbbRb. WM. G. IRWIN Jt CO., lion pi all.
HOX.J.S.WAI.KKK. Hunolnln.
THE AURA BANK, (Limited), London.
ttlU Ir
4Jnv dverjiscmcnls,
A
FOR SALE.
WAV SIlAHia Ol" STOCK OF
KOLOA SUGAR CC
WAIANAE CO.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
W Merchant street
911 It
SITUATION "WANTED.
AYOCXff Oi:i5MA T.ATKT.Y
rttonted to thwc I.UliiI.,wlfhef a elltution on
omo pUnUtUin as Oreram, or poslbljr Head Orer
.eer. IIa acted In both capacltfr, for a namber of
ears ana is prt'parru in i'ie luntimmnrKc.
DeaVa be.)ues hfa own lanrnare, Enctl.h, bnanlsh
andllavallan. rartlea.l.hinstoeonfernaT please
or address, A. si. uerman, rare pauora iionie,
The Jarvis Furnace Co.
Di;suik to cAr.r. Tin: attkx
tlon of ibe bngar riant era and Mill Owners of the
Hawaiian Islands to their Patent Cane Trath Consam
ln Fnrnaces. by which trash can be burned frctb from
the mill. For partlcnlara, pleae apply to
J lntr.Mt.it tS vOMri,
Sll 3m Agcntt, Qocen btreet, Hopftlnln.
PATENT NOTICE.
Win:m;AS a i'atkxt was is
sued to Kini-ebary M. Jarvis, en the 3Nh Janu
ary lat. by the Minister ot the Interior, under the laws
of this Kingdom, for a Gas and Cane Trash Coninmlng
Furnace, this Is to warn all persons ajraiost an Infrlng
ment of the laid Patent..
t;. llKEW Kit X UOMl'AM,
A cent of tho Jaivls iwrnaceCo.
'er J. O. Ciirrtu, bcc.
iionoiuia, reurnary ii, jh
Parties Having Claims
DAMAUK TO HOODS BY ANY OF
THE VESSELS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co. Line
MiM File Such Claims Previous
to the Sailing of the Vessels
from this Fort, or they
will ho Deharred!
II It WM. O. lit WIN A Co, Aavnli O. feS Co.
should import valuable trees and plants for dis-
nhntirtn" .rrthr.rirf-4 lb Mini.tt- nt tht. In-
tenor "oat of tbe appropriation for the encourage
ment of ogncnltnre" to devote the requisite sum
for the erection of a factory or factories for the
purposes desigue'd by this Act on application by
any person or any company duly incorporated,
and undertaking to carry on the specified business
iar a term oi not less man ten ) ears. -
Included within this act is "the sending abroad
for varieties of f nuts either in plant or Beeds"
"trees also which may be of a valuable sort to bo
procured and distributed by the Minister of the
Interior. were appropriated for tbe above
purposes.
-i, uirecis tue .trustees oi tne euecn a uospiiai
tonavoutof monevs received as hospital tax tbe
sum of 200 per annum to be nsed in their dis
cretion for distribution among the various charit
able and benevolent societies in Honolulu for tbe
relief of sick and indigent foreigners.1
zz. An Ainenument oi tne ueneaiogy acl oi
18S0.PUts?10.C00at the disposal of the Minister
of the Interior, instead of KT.000 as by the Act of
isw. iue Miuibiciui eua juienur, u aurebincicu
in the manner of expending the sum appropriated,
so long as it comes within "the expenses of slid
Hoard, n whereosnnder the Act of iSbOtbepay of
members of Ibe board was restricted to $2 a day.
"Expenses of tbe board' may include "establishing
the arms and insignia of chief families.
The preamble oi tne Act oi itstuisor. interest.
viz: iiereas it is proynieu oy tne u Article oi
tbe Coutituttou that tbe Kings of Hawaii shall be
chosen from the natives of the Kingdom; and
w hercas, at the present day it is difficult to ascer
tain who are the chiefs as contemplated by said
Article of tbe Constitution, and it is proper that
snch genealogies of tbe Kingdom be perpetuated,
and also the history of the chiefs and kings from
ancient times down to the present day, which
would alho ben guide to tbe King in the appoint
ment of Nobles in the Legislative Assembly,
therefore, etc. io oe ronuufa.
Col. G. I. Tupman.
Colonel and Mrs. G. L. Tupman were passengers
in the Zetthnditt ou their way from New Zealand
to San Fraucbeo.
After leaving Honolulu in lb73,CoI.Topraanaa
employed at the I loyal Observatory, Greenwich, for
many ye ars, superintending the reduction of the
observations of the Transit of Venus, IcTi. These
results were published in 131, in a large volume
a coKbidlernble portion of which w devoted le
Honolulu.
Colonel Tupman was selected by the British gov
ernment to ta ke charge of the recent expedition to
N ew Zealand, to observe the Transit of December
lost. err successful observations were obtamou
at Bumham, near Chrutchurtb, Canterbury, and
at many other stations in New Zealand, working
in concert with the head station at llarnhara. The
loneitude operations included tbe exchange of tel
egraphic signals between Burnham and Sydney,
S. fc. W., and Auckland N. where the American
party were located.
The plan of observation on this occasion was on
a smaller scale than in 2874. when pbotograpbv
was employed at all stations; but in consequence
of the general failure of the photographic method
LAWRENCE & FREETH,
J O TV T XX. A G T O X. ts .
Plans and Et!niatcs Fnrnbhed for Works of Con
struction.
Civil Engincerlngand Surveying
tlfflcr. 13 and 21 Merchant Mreet, ainve
I W lEobertsou tb C'o'a.
P. O. BOX 101, ly
ALBERT a SMITH,
Ooxx.X7-oyxxoox,
ALL KINDS OF LEGAL WKITIXelS carefully ,ue
in either English or Hawaiian;
COPVING AMiTU.VNbLATlXG.
Laud Court Rceoids eearcbed, for Title- to Land, and
Zr Orders left with Mr. T. U. Thrum, M and WS Mer
chant blrreL III recrlire prompt attention. !H1 St
TO LET!
Tin: rixi: uksidkncil xo. ho
BKIILVTAXIA MT1IEET.
- Apply to A. A. MONTAMO,
I'holograi'h t.nllf rr, cor. I'ort and Kins Ms.
FOR SALE !
Hoisting Engine & Boiler
business transacted for said .inipa..y innt have tbe
ir
VE. KEE d: COMPANY,
as then employed, it was not again resorted to,
observers.
greatly simplifying the organization and equip
ment of the expedition, as well as the work of the
Thn nlintOTi-anlilo metlutd. as ndontfid bv the
United States Commission, was rm the contrary,
very sncceshful. The principle was entirely dif
ferent, we regret we cannot ana space, to give ex
tended tlelaiia as to tne workincs of this mtllioa.
Tho American photographic results were not
known in time to take action upon them, otherwise
the method would have been generally employed
strain. The American expeditions were suprjiied
with the apparatus nsed before, and their observa
tion uavmg Lrceo Kcucrxtiy sacceiui, mere u
little doubt they will obtain good results again.
mo wnoieoi uieooserviuona maueinioii nae
not yet been published, not half of them in fact;
but discussing some seventy, made by the British
observers, about the Cape, India and Australia,
Colonel Tupman deduced the Solar Parallax S'Jk
The American photographs yielded the result b o
tue two resuus oemg oi aoout eqaai vaioc,
The Kins'a Yacht.
The yacht which Mr. Thomas Borenson has been
engaged in building for His Majesty, has at last
been completed and will most probably be launch
ed to-morrow, weather of coarse permitting. The
vessel is a beautiful specimen of naval architeo
turn and if beauty in model denotes swiftness,
there is no vessel In these waters that can compete
successfully with this master work. "Work on the
yacht has been from the laying of the keel until
the nnish under the direct supervision oi alt.
Sorenson and this production is a most cred
creditable example of the skill of his artisans and
the beauty of his rnodels. The dimensions of this
sloop rigged centreboard yacht are: length over all
22 ft. on keel 27 ft. beam over all 10 ft 7 in. depth
S ft 9 in. She will carrr about three tons of bal
last and will draw without centreboard about 3 ft
C in., with centreboard down abott 7 fL The.
mast u aooui vj it ia icuui,i -i ows,
1 1 1t ft ifni unrnult a mainsail oI "QCSSe. Of CJH-
TO. The bowsprit extends abov vr ootside of
stem, and the jib spreads 100 sqt Itrpof can
Tas. The washboard anrroandaji Abttlnocipit is
nerljr afoot in height from 1 ,wding
ample protection front wind rnnwLET P00
forward and lockers at tach to tbr'vagoor
"the usual epiennan stores. falace is
Imwk, f Vejf fha Tiimil rf thm ISa htS tbe
EtOatti and Ions may aba sail.
IB-Apply to
1 tJllllIt OltDl.H.
W. U GKEE.N.
NOTICE.
tvjotici; innn:Y ivkk
i. thattbebuslue-sofMasMBs. VI KX Kfc.E A CO
Hotel Mrcet, la mauaeu mc WINAM, and all
lmal
lullmrlzeil to clgu tne firm name.
Hoaolnln, Febrnary 3d,
Administrator's Notice.
HAVING 1IHKX IllTJaV AV
ilntel Administrator of the estate of PIO DIAZ
drccaseiUlaluot Nortli Kohala, Hanall; I hereby call
npon all who bare claims as;tintt the aald estate to
jresrnt, mciu iriiutH muium iium mu uaic m ok
Hrrvrr lurreil: and all Trrtnani uwlnv nalil staln rs-
ralled upon to make Immediate payment tome of the
i. it. ii., .mroioifirsior.
. February 6tb, HW-i. an st
NOTICE !
AT Tlin A1MOUIIXKII AXXUAL
HELL TELEPHONE CO.. held on Januarr'sTth. ItSL
the fallowing offlcers were tlected for the ensBing
yean
II. A. Wtdcmaun ITcfelilent
J. F. Brown Vlce-Presld nt
C. O. lter.rer bemtary Jt Treasuer
E. P- Adams Auditor
op it C. O. BhltUKlL KecrtUry,
,gS a,
Pioneer1' Line
FROM UVERPOOU
1HI0. II. DAVIES I CO
Jfm gikntismtnis.
OFFER FOR SALE
Prom the Cargoes !
OK WIIC
SHIP ULLOCK
Other recent Vessels
Til E roLLOWISU
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Prints of latest style, fast colors ;
Blue Denims, White Crodon Sheeting
HorrocVa Long Clotlis.Uroivn Linen Drills
Waterproof Tweeds, Towels & Toweliaci,
Glass Towels, Table Cloths, do. Xapxdni,
Pare Linen, Shawls, (irenadines,
DRESS GOODS. WHITE 4 COLORD SILKS
Colored Satins, Grass Cloths,
Artificial Flowers and Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Woolen Table Covers, CoPd Satteens t Cm pas
Fancy. Mixture, Blue and Gray Flannels,
Victoria Lawns, Brooks Spool Cotton,
Lce Curtains, blue and white:
Check Lisladd, Fancy Dress Goods.
FancyuTlaids, Kegatta Shirts, Wool JShirta,
White and Colored Cotton bbirts,
IMot Reefers, India Bobber Coats, Capes and
Leggings,
Mens Y hite. Brown and Colored Half Hose,
Ijodies Hose. Men'a Beady.Made Clothing,
JIenfs Hats, Blue and Gray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Blankets, all colors, sizes & weights;
Velvet Carpets, Velvet Hugs, Velvet
ami Tapestry Door Mats,
SADDLERY !
A Full AmnrtmpDt of Gent', Lftdifs,' Girl'
and RoyV SAddlc-s,
A few JOCKEY SADDLES,
llridlcs, S.tJdlo Cloths, Chaniois Skins,
Sugar BAGS, 20x3(5; Coal BAGS,
RICE BAGS AND TWINE.
CALVANIZED
CORRUGATED ROOFING,
In 8,7, 9, A 9 ft. lcnjthf, (il gnage, Screws Jt Washers
GALVANIZED JUDGING,
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. 4, R.C, 7, and Staples,
Galv Iron Backets, all sizes;
Gnlr Wash Basins, Galv Garden Borderings
and Nettings,
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sizes;
Tea Kettles, Beal Jap-in Blacking,
l'AVlXU BiaCKS,(!.Utl)KX.TH,KS
Gaixleu Kotkrs, Lftwn Scats and Chairs,
Umbrella Standft. Iron ScrawM.
Hat Hooks and liails MS TENNIS SETS,
Oothcs Ilaskcts, Hand IMskets, Work Itaskcts
Crockery and Glassware,
Fancy Glass Flower Stands, Fern Baskets, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT & FIRE BRICKS
Fire Claj, WhilingCliall, Yellow Ochre,
n.ooLxis Slates
Lircriol and Hock Salt,
ZINCS. PAINTS AND BOILED. OILS,
Worcester Sauce and Groceries
EnglMi, AiiierlcniuV II:iH;ili;m Klaipt
3, S, and 7 yards lengths.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS
Admiralty Test sizes: '4, nI Mi
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
STATIONEIIY, IHON EDSTE.,DS,
ENGLISH LEATHElt HELTIXO, 3 to llj
FLOOR OILCLOTHS,
WINES -AND LIQUORS
Pig Brand Stout, BlaxL Wolfe A Co's ALE, in
pints anu quarts;
Bass Ale, in pints and quarts;
Fine French Brandies, in bulk and cases;
Henueisy's Brandv, and In casesf
Cases Scotch and IriIi Wbhkeys,
Dnplessis Bed Bar" and other Clarets, in cs;
Best Sherry, in bulk and cases;
Champagne, In quarts and pints;
ONE SIX HORSE-POWER
PORTABLE ENGINE
ALSO, ONE THItEE HOItSE-IX)WEIt
VERTICAL ENGINE
&a &c! Sec. &e.
TUEU. II. DAVIKS Jt CU
Holllster cfc Co.
'nnana St and Cm Iert i Mm bant ti
SUGAR MILL
FOR SALE CHEAP
I SECOND-HAND MILL
HOLLERS SJsS-Talct Castlsrs -milh
Spur-Wheels & Pinions Complete.
Everything in perfect order.
Verr posrerf al foe lu sls aaslas ron4 eaa tot
s,uuu toas ecr iu ira moaips.
tJ?- Applr t CASTlfe i COOKE, or to
ALKXAXllEll t HALDW1X.
sn rila. MscL
'OOjLOGK'A SAU8AGK VS TIXCS.
asi aiaana. rrasa aaa ib perrect oraet.
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Fireworks ! M Fireworks!
The undersigned desires to Inform tho public that
ho has been appointed
SOLE AGENT FOR THE HAW'N. ISLANDS
ZFor a". 3B. Woostor cfc Co.'s.
Manufacture of Fireworks
JZlX San TPvtxxioljaoo,
And -sill be pleased to reerira OliPEIiS tor any Jurrtrtloq ot the tame, ch sriU
b. filled at the LOWEST KATES.
artle. dfnlrlnx mall ortmfat for pIl orra-Ino caa order 1 8J0 B.1, MO Bxt
840 Vox, and o on. nklch silll b. pr.aj.tlj lanrmt.
SKY 110CKETS, Wfc. HTN N So, UK,
BEXOOLAS, all size. ; vlaia or red. white, bra, :
SHTP LIOHTM and ROCKETS,
PARACHUTE ROCKETS, airs throsr, oot a
fioatinfr balloon with colored Ilchts.
ROMAN CANDLES, aU tire.: B-WTEmES.
Mottoes, Letters ami Local Designs Manufctiired to Order.
Bomb Shells from 4 to 12 inches in diameter, with
Mortars for firing the same.
?jr Wo nhall km cm hand an a.urtment ol th. PKlVni-lT. ilrnn.rN lF...rw(nl ...I
Sieaal Orders or Desurns will be filled from the Factorr by SalLss VoshIa.
Xlarst Invoice Due 3VTnrola 1st.
E. P. ADAMS, Ajrent.
Uouolalo. Febnurr 2d, 1NB. Xlla
NOTICE !
. HOE. sj3.IE;I.s.
Hob Received per " Australia," a Beautiful Lot of
Plushes, Silks, Satins, Moires,
Surahs, Laces, and Trimmings,
Especially Imported
For The CORONATIOjNT
THESE OOOZDS
Wm me On:rvi:i This Hay !
JUT
A.. M. MELLIS', aS"o. lOFort Street.
WEIiL'S MUSIC STORE
105 AND 107 FORT STREET.
We Have Just Received Per Aberaman,
From "Fin slgvxxcl,
Pianos, Organs, Guitars,
Harmonlnma, Flntes, rifea. Accord eona. Ilxroonlc. DrsaaM. Mc
WE CAN NOW FCIINISU EVEltV VIECE FOH A ITtX 1IILVS3 U.KSV.
VIAS08 FROM 1 HE WllX REST TO THE CHEU-EST LS 11UCE
ORGAN!) Fpit THE l-ARLOlt Every Kind of Small Musical lutraueat Alsmr. aa iSck.
ORGANS FOR THE CHAl'ELTh. Largest AaaurUomt of Mad. HutMrnvMsst...
ALSO, TO ARRIVE EX AMY TURNER,
From Boston.
tin Immense Mock (!h;iirs&: icdreemFHrnUiirc
TO LET!
rnilAT DUSIIIAUr.K COTTAOK
X So 14 School Stmt, asar Fort, eoatala!a foar
Boom,, Dfaia: Room aatl Iaatir. Possesaloa to b
takra on Jlarca 1st. walre oa ID treatises or to
..J&lll. oik".. rt.
WJl So. IS rort Street
NOTICE.
noSOLnr, rraacaat Irr, tsc.
XTKlTUUli THE CXFTAXS XOK
X-l tbe JLstnu ot the Urill.h Skip ABSBJ-V.LX
wui De responsiBte iot anr ocou euniraciea er t
sew srUle fa this port. U. V lUCrAELASE C.
TA a Areata Ship Aberaaan.'
CoBsifirnees' Notice.
T'lTE BRITISH SHIP ABK11AMAX
JL Is nosr read to dlcairze carso. CoaitgaesSFin
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Agents for the Superior' Stove
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At No. 113 Port St.. Near Hotel St.
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DRXJOS, CHEMICALS,
Patent JLVEecliciaes,
Toilet Articles &, Fancy Goods
They will also Manufacture
SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, fecSsc.
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BUTCHERING
BUSINESS
METROPOLITAN XND CITY MARKETS,
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tnd sitae ef
Gilbert Waller
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HOMESTEAD
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For Sale.
One 2-Story House,
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Artesian Water Supplied.
I" re rarthrauars appl. t.
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FIREWORKS
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it G. F. Wells' Music Store
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Colored Fires,
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Roman Candles.
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Table Linen,
Bed Linen,
Toilet Furntnrr.
M I rrors, Waahstands,
Comrnodo. Iron Table,
Veranda Chair.
Common Senee Cnairs,
Chincso Flower Pots and Saner.
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