I Tien nrln- afar In tbc Wetter tea,
A new world Hood In the mora or tbc tUi
Ite4j to welcome tbe briTC cd free.
Who rould urrnrh ont ih hurt .1
I from the ntmnr, contracted, dear oM land.
n cert mc 001 are una ijr a crnn ML
To aianler mace for brin ud famnri
And here was a chance fat baxra urit
Corner Kit.- and Vrt Street, Ilonolala.
AVII-l)i;it V CO.,
Coctir? of Fort and Carre Meet. Honolulu.
Lumber, Paint 1, Oils, Kails, Salt and Building
t ly Material, of tvtrj kind.
DRS- CUMMIXGS & MARTIN
itr ot t iv-i. uui H--e;, w iv a. u: i;t toss p.
p. Trie phone Xo. H. 9OT ly
P. A. DE X.A NUX,
Surveyor and Civil Englnoor.
Wl eWAddrem Ht.ooliilB rost Office. m
SARAH E. PEIRCX. M. D.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN PHY5.ir.IM
;,.. uukuii MrrcL,
Tinsmiths luid Plumber, 2elera Im Sterwa
IUujf , Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, Leep eon
Mtntty on hand a fall Mwrtment of Tinware, iain
lard Iron and Lead India Robber Kmc Jr.e At.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Blinds, Sashes, Doors
And all kind, or WoodOfk Flalih.
Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing J
TURK mil Machinery lomr
mm faTeeaele term..
a. jACucn. .treat forth
Hawaiian Gazette Supplement Feb. 14, 1883,
Arrive-d at Iat
The Oceanic bteamahip Co. i Eteanier S.,0ap
lain IXJi, about vbich venstl so much has appear
ed Uu Jr in the jonrnala of this city, on account
of her Ions absence, and later on account of the
conflictiaa reports connected "with the date of her
departure from San Francisco, arrived safelj in
port here on the. Hh Inst, and was rt-ceived by a
laiKS crowd of Interested spectators nhe filled tho
Pacific Mril Wharf, all caper tc barken to tho
itorj of the TOjaec, by one a ho had " been there."
and many anxioiw and pleaaed to erasp again the
hands of rclatiTM or friends, whose absence had
made their hearts crow fonder. Among those -tnrnini:
and who had enjoyed (?; the rctrocrade
moicroenU of the trip were Mrs. J. It. Albert,
Mrs. A. V Hash. Mrs. Ilenry Hebbard. Mr. and
iSrt I). L Vcfbdo. Mr. and Mi V. U Bailey,
Mr.W. O.Smith,Mr. 8. Damon, Mr. H. ,1. 1'oor,
Mr. and Mrs. C S. lUce, Mr. S. hclifi, Mr. fa, M.
,.. .ji,m. wIkma arme&rance seemed to be
lie the fact that Ihey had leen tho subject of so
much aoliclluue ana nunnj. u iuh; '"" "
Captain Dodd kindly Inrnishen the following je
nort:. Bailed from San Francisco on our regular
date, the Sth of January, wind X., moderate
Ti.,rr On UT. ISO. ai rP. if
felt a heaty shock as if the propeller had struck
acainst nomethins, stronR wind hqualls from east
wird prerailins, with heary sea, prevented propel
ler Uins eianuned until the neat morning, then
lonnd that two blades of the propeller were Rone.
Chief Lncineer also found that the crank shaft
.,r., tt norm nn the Hth. as the wmd
was hoadine na,the barometer fallina and there
beins every orpcarance of bad weather to the
Southward, held a consultation and decided to ber
up for San Francisco. At 2 1' M, wo encountered
a terriflo enaall from the southward, accompanied
with heavy sea, carried away fore topgallant mast
and lore topsail yard. On the Wth stalled the
bark V.Vr-JV, Captain Mclntyre. as I desired to be
reiurtedall ncouanu uibuiwbui
the way back to ban Francisco the daily run from
tholttntothe SOth.was-JOJ.UO; ICS, 1. 1M, 1(1.
and MS mill per day. On tho Slst January at C
I'M. dropped anchor in San Francisco bay. Dis
chareed about HW tons freight, and when docked
found that two blades of the propeller were gone
and a third one cracked on the ban-: also found a
Slwin the crank shaft Vet In crank shaft and
on new propeller. Came out of jjock on the ajtli
aid sailed in the 31st Uad northerly winds and
fairwcalher to jurt. Arriiedln Uonolula ieb.
Captam ioldipeaks in the highest terms of the
behavior and courage of the passengers who were
with him at the time of the accident and the pas-
nentntuniawaru pric.ui VUoau...Yv.
. intrhich the captain and officers of the disabled
teased carried her back to San Francisco. Dunns
the first trip a little stranger came upon Uic scene
in the jpersou of a baby boy born to the wife of Mr. ,
sl M. Damon. Mrs. Damon passed safely through i
the crisis, notwithstanding the dreadful surround-
imrs. and mother and child, in company with tho
.Cti arrived back safely in port, at ban Francisco.
The Surz will prouaoiv Ban kuiu, .
cisoo, to-morrow, Thursday,
THE INDIA BICE MILL, S. F.,
Has Reclucccl Rates
For Hulling and Dressing Hawaiian Paddy
FIFTY CENTS PER 100 POUNDS,
mothers till drink anil be drunVen Trill eventually
be exterminated by drink. And yctthi is tbepeo.
rile who bave tbe freedom(?i Riien tbem by
drunken legislature to bny drink.
ITUUUUS mis Ji. s-iivj utui "J
member from Wailnkn on his return from the
Legislature, lie said he tatted liquor in Honolulu
to see what it was like. It was preferred him by
some in authority and he wanted to try the effects
of it on himelf. A hearer interrupted him by
saying "Yon did not need to taste it; don't you
remember when you had the end of yoar nose
bitten off in a drunken row in Knla, you tasted it
then." Jt was a rude remark, but true, and made
in Rood season, as otherwise the assembly might
have been led to suppose that N&kookoo had
martyrized himself by compelling bis tongue to
taste the offensite spirit rrior to Toting for a law
which would make ram free.
The Augf-an Stable on Maui.
Eiditoe Gazette: Some animadversions having
been made on the truthfulness of "Exponent's1 ex
position of the probability of crookedness in the ex-1 - n. m
ecutiveof Mani. -Eiponenr propounds .the qnery J Yield OI V O lDSi XTlerCnanta Die XilCC trOXXI
ho is to be lielieved ? and leares it to the general I
If the Deputy Sheriff, Clerk to the Sheriff, Notary
Public miny-other-utled party informs a reliable
party that he is paid 1 rer load by the Goveni
ment for hauling road ma king material, should be
be dweomfitted because it was repeated, trtu in
If the same parly informed another reliable
friend that the Chinaman who bought the awa
licence had made him a present of nn interest
Fhonldhenot be believed, even if the friend did
think it queer and did know that Chinamen seldom
give presents 01 sums 01 money uniesa iucj w
lOO lbs. No. 1 Clean Paddy
THE SUH2KI0K WORK DONE AT THE INDIA MILL, tho FllESH
NESS AND EVENNESS IN QUALITY OF THE 1U0E, as well as UNI
FORMITY AND CLEANLINESS OF PACKAGES, command from Dealers in
S., not only tlio prefcronce, but
BETTEB IIATES tlian tho Product of tlio Hawaiian Mills which, as a rnlo, is
delivered at those Markets in a mora or less STAINED AND ULUAGED
Consignments of Paddy Solicited,
WM. 31. GREENWOOD)
AGENT IN HONOLULU, Proprietor India Rico Mill. San Fran.
pectcd an equivalent, jnxact u ine genera puu-. 5an tranciSCO and UtllCr JlarKetS m tllO U.
nc, aiier learning me lacis, enma wmutuiiuuBwu
that a present partnership valued at a considerable
sum was too large to have been given merely to
close the eyes of the executive in regard to the in
discriminate sale of awa, the general public would
be Justified. To carry the Q. K. D. farther, if tbe
"ruTHTTinTv ra iraara nf 11 bmldinf inwhich (ramb
ling was carried on and opium sold and used, of .
count the general jmblic would not be warranted ;
taking it for granted that the considerable sum i
w.. fni- iha nnrtnsinn nf fhA rimlailt OtbS of I
tho executive. To suit some folks, the general
public should not think, but keep on stupidly pav
ing their taxes without knowing what they were
smipused to cet for their money.
; carrying a mail.
J. M. OAT, JR.. & CO, j
f H !
News Dealers !l
No. 85 Merchant Street,
Have Just Received,
Purses, Wallets, etc.
Christmas and New Year's Cards.
T. rV. W ATEB HOUSE,
Who will make Ubcral Advances on ConstsmuenU of Faddy to Han Francisoo.
THE GRAND OPENING
One Price Mechanics Bazaar,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
O-DAY ! j O-DAY
is-r is ji
I DIARIES FOR 1883
NOW IS THE TIME
to Bin sunni!
FOR THE COMINC YEAR.
Oaktte l;locl.,253Itliant M-
Tae Qoction oi tbe Hour.
Sr. Ijorw, Jan. JOtll. Tbe GloW-Drmori-al aajs,
Urn Hawaiian treat j cannot be abroKateil, yitliont
croia violation of faith, until September, ISSo, and
that tbe vroeht of arsnraent, from tlio f Undpomt
of American interests, i deciaedlj m favor of
maintaining the convention. A treat "eal of
uonsenae baa been written about tho lusa Klncu
tbe treatT baa occasioned to our Government.
Tho f act ia that it baa been the means of peat
"aintonianvof our citizens, and of losa tonone
of thenu The owners of ensat plantauons are
Americans. There has been an enormous increase
in the Bales of American merchandise to the
Inland! since tho arrangement was made, and if
the treaty baa not cheapened sugar in California,
let Calif omians look to tho Central Faclflcltail
lood f or aatisfaction. It istbatCompanv 's freight
rales, not the Hawaiian trcatx, that makes tUBar
unuatnrallj dear on the Faanc Slope.
Vuh1!.cton, Jan. 20th.-Most of the tine in
Tbe Hone to-dal was pen' peneral debate on
Uio Tariff bilL ltandolph Tucker of the W avs
and Means Committee Bavagelr attacked the bul,
eharced the committee with beuu; inadequate to
the task of framins a proper bill, denounced
the Tariff Commissien and criticised the sugar
rchedule. lie said the reduction of duties on re
fined sugars was at least iO per cent, but the duly
of all sugars that went into general consumption
as positively prolnuitory. iie.cuaracietii fuwi
legislation as vicious nau uuju&i, mi,
wbole agricultural interests under contribution
to a few manufacturers. Kasson delivered a
strong speech In favor of Ihe speedy passage of
.. . , ,: ,.tl, 11.1 .n. KsIIav
Srrinircr and WUIs of Texas spoke on the biU, ' FOR. Mill
Mills deming the power of Uongress to levy a
tariff for revenue, bpringer inquurd whether tbe
Committee on Ways and Moans had diminisbd ttT -mm- -m a. ,v W9 J
tho rate of decrease as compared with the present I J. .8 i II H. J JJJli
tariff and that proposed by the Tariff Commission. J
McKinley replied that there had been a decrease iNU
from the recommendations of the Commission. I v
Morriion stated that the decrease i amounted tO-R -. -- ,
some eight millions under sugar and four millions I -, Jt J f J fj Jj 3
under tin plate. ..,,,.
me foreign Anaus AHiuui, m,u
the Chairman to make an effort to get the Uout
to fix a day to consider the bills abrogating the
Hawaiian treaty and to incorporate the Kicara
guan Canal Company.
Chicioo, Jan. SO. A Washington apicial rays:
Tlxe expression is getting abroad that Cuius
riprcckcls, the San Francisco sugar king, if.be
cannot prcveni ine Miiaitwiw ,o
treatr. uitends to make an effort to have tho, Wr will uric prompt Attrntlun to all Orders Received.
tit ,.-J1. n 41,a TTnitbt KlntM. I
, , j-r ll.v.i 9n tmitv wm negotiated. J. m. UAI.Jr.a.ou.
this proiect was urged with a great deal of force.
ie nl.ilnn. nr tiriif cm llir nart of thcliawa
nans, Spreckels has the means in his power to ,
remove them. He could, with advantage to hia
own intcresla, pennon the royal family. His ,
resources aare such that he could readily afford to
pay the King far more tlian tbe revenues of the
islauda yield him.
Quite a number of Senators ere asked Unlay '
rl,t their individual viewB were with regard to
the annexation scheme, and what kind of arecep-
uou such a scheme wouia mwi m w uouu, n
the American people. IngalU said that he waa in
favor of annexation, but not in that direction.
Ue thought the United States ought to extend
from the Korth Folelolbe point where the canal
which is to unite the two oceans is to be. Uedid
not believe, however, in reaching out after colo
nies in the Atlantic or I'acinc oceans. In fact he
did not want any colonies. Kellogg did not be
lieve there was much in the Clans Spreckels talk
about annexation, lie did not think Hawaii
would beany benefit to the Cnitcd Stales in any
way. Jones was opposed to annexation for the
reason that it would interfere with our sugar in
dustry in louisiana.
Logan said he did not favor it and did not be
lieve tbe American people would. Maxey said
tK.j.Hunulmflr nf commercial reasons, tbe
Hawaiian Islands would be a valuable acquisition I nVTTTTT aO af"V sfXITm
fromartbticalttmdpoint. lliey are, he said..on Il k . U i Trl 111 IBl3
the tdiortest route between this country and China Xl If V
and Japan, and on the shortest route by way of ,
the Suez Canal between Europe and the hast ,
I'acinc coat. In case of War lie Islands would
be invaluable as a naval station. He said that
whD he did not believe in acquiring territory so
far from the mainland, he would probably favor
the annexation scheme if an opportunity prescn-
ted itself. George declared that hewas iufavorl
of getting control of all the territory within our ,
reach. He believed in the'annexation of Cuba, '
Haiti, and in fact the West Indiea and all the 1
teriuory south of the Cnitcd States as far as the
isthmus. He wanted the gulf to be regarded a ,
the great American lake. He would if he had his,
way auoul it, get posmxuou 01 iiu, uuu
American States and colonize the negroes of the !
South there. He thought that the climate wold AD
exactly suit them.
Quite a number of other Scnatora wuespoken rtj rtx.
to on the subject, and wliile a variety of opmions 1 Q 11 p OTl ISt. OtOPe,
were expressed the prevailing sentiment waa VjJUCtxl aju. wuv.wj
that the annexation of the Hawaiian Island
would be a bad thing.
Rnnx on fanl.
ErxGirarrEi Can it be that orders were sent to
tbe but.es to allow tome license in the matter of
drunkennexg on Chinese Kew Year? School
children between S and 12 years of age wtie noticed
inebriated on tbe street 1 of Wailuku. wvrc 1
Jrl. fesriecially from whom snore was ex.
pectcd exposed herself shamelessly on the
A. JN j IT T I E ISTEW STOCK
Gents' Youth's and Boy's CLOTHING,
General Assortment of Furnishing Goods !
Just Received Ex Steamer Zealandia.
40 More Cases lo Conic per "Sucz and "City of Sydney.1'
f3r ItUMESIBUn Tho Price is PLAINLY MARKED on Kach Article, from
which there is 110 deviation.
TO PURCHASERS To tuo amount of $5.00 or orcr, TIIREK FEU CENT
DISCOUNT, ta- No Boot Accounts Kept.
Store open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday Even'g. till 9
J. L. ROSfENBERC.
Silver ! Silver ! Silver !
j. coxxslsnaxtxexxf or
43 CASES OF HOLIDAY GOODS Has Been Received by
H.HAGKFELD & CO
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JUST UECE1VED FEU
BARKS KALE, AND IOLANI,
Conslitlnsln part of at follow! :
A Lorgc Assl. of Dry Goods,
Denims l.ruwn and Wliite Cottons
Drills Ticking, Turk J lteJ acn
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
ltcpr, CobotircA, Alpncas, Italian Cloth, and
Fancy Frlnts, Twoi.tjr-Fl.c t?wt Slylfs
lrtnt(Hl S.-U teens, l'om;Ki Joans 1'laidsJS
(liufibanis, Victoria Ijiwiw, Satin tStripes
Fancy Striped GrenddEnett,
White hilk Japanew, Twills, Serges
Poplins Satin and Moire,
ltlack and Colored Velvets
ltlack. Oiwprain, Fancy, Coloml and !tny.
liarefje, Crepe, Ac,
Ilockskins Diagonals Twi-eds, Cords
Serges Silesias Doetikins CaMiroeres lc.
Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Hticd. Calico, Hickory, Denim, Ac.)
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
White Itoaom Shirts Ac,
Socks and Stockings Handkerchiefs
LAIUiK IXYOICK OF CLOTHING
Fine lilack Cloth Frock Coats and Fants
Hockskin Sacks lanta and Suits,
Felt, Mohair, Drill. Flannel Saeks and Tants
lloys Shirts and Children's Jackets
Monkey and Sailor Jackets
I. It. Coats and Leucines Carpet Slippers.
miK ami i. umureiias ana rarasois
ancy and TTaTeline Shawls
White and Fancy limits.
Felt Itagsand Itrossels Carpeting,
BL iVK Xvli:rrS :
Horse Itlanketa, White and Fancy Blankets
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen, 3 and 4 point,
Threads Tape, Elastic, Scarfs Ac,
Silk and Velvet Kibbons
Kuttons for Shirts Coats I'ants Dresses
PKRFOJ1EUY, FLORIDA WATER,
Gennine Kan de Cologne, Labia's Extracts
Toilet Soaps l'hilocoiue. Hair Oil, Combs
Mirrors, Lookiug Glasses Fipes
I. K. Halls Harmonicas lUauk Hooks
Albums Leaf, Jewelry, Watches
Extension, Ana, Dining ltoom and Farlor
Chairs, Settees -t
Saddles Calfskins Girths Stirrup Leathers,
ORATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Hates Caps Teapots Howls
Chambers Hice Dishes and Makers
Demijohns 3 and S galls ; Sample UotUes
Vase and Glassware, Manila and Tarred Hope,
Hemp and 1. 1U 1'acking, Coal Uaskets.
Sugai4 d3 Rico Bags
Of nil sizes and qualities
Coal Hags, Gunnies Twine, liarlaps,
Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Limn Hose,
Sardines in half and quarUr baits
H. and 1. IttVuits Salt in jars
Castor Od in Tins Stcarine Candles, 1, 5 and 6,
Matches Coooannt Oil, Wash Hlne,
Hnbbuck's Linaeed Faint Oil, It White Lead,
White Zinc Faint.
Ds Laage fils and Fuutclleau Hrandy, and
Itnm, Gin, SL Fan! Ik-er, Ale and Forter,
New Goods !
New Goods j TheLeadingMillinery Store
Corner FORT and HOTEL streets.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
24 pes Meriden sUver plate Castors,
24 pes llcriden silver plate CaVo Baskets.
4 -.r 1 1 la- ta T?l
Zh pes Jienaea buvct piaio uouer ivibuts,
" GLENGABER " and j i0 3reriacQ rut0 D!6hcs-
1 36 ncs Hcridea silver Plato Goblets,
30 pes Meriden silrer plate Spoon lloldcrs,
2-1 pes Jlcridcn tilvcr plate Card-receivers,
SC pes Jlcridcn silver plate Vases,
48 pes Meriden silver plate Cnps; ass'ted,
45 dox Meriden silver plato Napkin Rings,
CO doz Meriden silver plato Dessert Spoons,
Forks, ic, Ac, Ac
other late arrivals,
TUB FISKbT AbSOETJlEST OF
Assortment of :
Assortment of Glove Boxes.
Assortment of Writing Desks,
Assortment of Work Boies,
Assortment of Ladies Toilet Sets,
Assortment of Photograph Albnms,
Assortment of Traveling Necessaries,'
Assortment of Leather Card Cases,
i Assortment of Shell Card Cases,,
Assortment of Embroidered School Bags,
Assortment 01 Iiadics mining bcits,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
TO ltr.llll .Ml I THIS KIM1UOH.
A VISIT TO HIS
NO. 10 FORT ST. STORE,
King" St. Store,
Bargains can be expected, as these Goods have
to be sold; bring whatever they may bring,
on account of the "want of room.
At the Leading Millinery Store
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
ruasrn tout isd iiotei. ktk-
2T Will well repay the care
ful buyer, for his trouble.
J. T. WATERIfOUSE.
A Book for the rarlorTrtlc.
A Book of Iatcmt lo all Bradera.
Enlacauj a llooc oi iae limes.
"THE HAWAU1H TEIPEMKCE TEAR BOOK.
Dfrolcd to tbe Adrocacr ft ToUl Abttlnesce
oil &acll lleUirm
EaStted and nonpllal by . Jf.CKOWLEV. Ute of
the Oil m. and Lectarcr to tie Grand
IJjtt. ). o. a. gjner. i
I'ort Win-. Sherrr. Khino Wine.
Dry Heidseick ilononol
G. II. Slarara A Co., Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, Ac, Ac
Ie, Ctu Farre,
German and Havana Cigars
Hated Ware Spoons Forks Cruets T Sets
Focket and Hatcher Knives SciKsors
Sheep Shears N'eedlea. Spoons IMts
Spurs. Galvanized Hasins Hoop Iron,
Keg Itirets Hammers
Yellow Metal and Composition Kails
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers.
Iron Tanks Clariners Ac AL-o,
Fire Clay, Ulackxinith CoaL Fire Bricks.
Tiles Fmpty IUrrcU, Oak itoats Ac
Ordrri from the otber Itlaoda cartfally
H. HACKFELD &CO.
A. HAItT HAS JL'bT UK.
tnrncd from n rnscltco, and ha opened an
rrilKHG IS XOIDLECOSSIP 1IOW-
t JL crrr. taat lh nedmlca will take Portraits la
any yle or lews to crdft la the heft ityle of the
! raoiocnpaic an, ana on ue roost fimotiiBMlcrai
I tintltU Idle ffOe.ln which fit. he will sat trr to
I pleaw." for he alwiTS wai aad will be wllilBf please
Iran morn more .a., lui,,. ... .. i.-,tv . nrtVT-TTF.
AGO IK TINS,
es vonwait4y ft people vhoa
i idle cOtp which Fiji he will sot try to
irh linn tni ftnd will h -Uilnv ta elm
eretywe who can b mlted, tad Bcrer treated anvone
wot of tbt aattneTtrwIIl treat anrene othenriae
than Inn proptr manner. Do not Hattra tnrwtip.lret
rometMi-eelorjorew tlrtre Is alwx two fidi
U. L. CHAE.
RAISINS AND CU11RANTS. SUTj
UBi Baisfnt and Fasti Cnmnt. In A and 1CU
paefcaseii, sew and frr&. To tjale far
THE ACTOR UOlsr. Voir,, nut Droi. hart
reaoTtrd"TllEII!'IXp PARtoltS," and their
eoaihlned ertaellthmeati are now the flnnt la thla
Cltjr. OKU) lUKT BEOS.. Proprietor!.
Put Up in Cans, 2 lbs. each.
Tall la reallj ADELICIOCK I'BCIT aad
Carefuly Prepared. For
Sale at Wholesale
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