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The counsel for defendants urges that the
Court on these facta is compelled to find that
of ground eball be restored to the said Mainae
or Jir representatives together with all the
bandings and Improvements." This lease is
atwl UnMltiilin I hair icr-
Beins at liberty so to do, 1 adopt the prin- I
cipal of the X. Y. decision and hold that the I
lease under v,hch the defendants hold, by I
itm torm now prfal...-tfnanrv from vnar In I
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
By the arrival of the Oceanic steamship Sutz
news dates to the 31st of January have been re
ceiTed. Herewith we present a condensed sum
mary of news cleaned from the files of papers
reoeired and which corcr an luttnm of eight days
the last foreign news published by us bearine dato
of the 23rd nlU
Poff and Barrett, the murderers of Thomas
Brown, were executed Jan. 23d, at Tralee, Ireland
Deaths from starvation are occarinc on the
Inland of Innifimurray, Ireland.
McPberaoa has been elected United States Can
tor by the New Jersey Lecislstare.
An ice bridge formed at Niagara Tails Jan. 22 J,
and hundreds of persons creased in safety.
Santo Domingo and Xlnyti are threatened -with
invasion by Gaillermo.
The contributions at Philadelphia for the Euro
pean flood sufferers amount to W.000 marks.
A trial is progressing at Orange, Vs., before a
jury composed entirely of negroes.
Anna KUze Bray, the English authoress, is dead.
The Northern Pacific Railroad Company a swert
that their road will be ready for business by pt.
Charles Delano, ex-member of Congress, died
Jan. 'Sid, in Springfield, Mass.
The death of Lord Castletown h announced from
The whole central portion of Nicolaiff, Kossia,
has bven destroyed by fire.
A cablegram from Wiesbaden annoanccs the
death of Flotow, the composer.
The Toledo (O.) opera-house has been burned.
Loss, i5,000; insurance $1X,WQ.
The lirewers and malsters of New York have
placed 42,000 marks in the hands of the President
of the lteichstag for the relief of the cofferer in
O'Brien, ediior of Vmittd Jrttaml, has been elec
ted to the British Parliament.
Ex-Empresa Eugenie left Paris, it having been
hinted to her by the authorities that her presence
A committee of the California Ijegislature is in
vestigating the affairs of the Hoards of Pilot and
llarbor Commissioners at San Francisco.
An explosion at the llisdon Iron Works in San
Francisco killed one man and fatally wounded
A number of vessels arc overdue at San rranracn.
In San Francisco Mexican dollars arc que d at
The situation in France continues critical.
The bill to abolish the whipping of persons con-
Ticien or tnuruer in ice second uegree wis ieon
uueu iu uie ueiaware Asscmniy.
The cold snap has produced widespread destitu
tion among the poorer clashes of Virginia.
The theory that the Tehachapi catastrophe was
caused by train-robbers seems to bo well rstab-
Princess Louise left Charleston, S. CJfto.lMth
on tne Uicto,
James Patrick, Sr., the oldest journalist in Ohio,
is uena. ageu vi.
The dispatches indicate that the Fenians are at
work again, and have adopted the dvnamite policy.
A lot of 53,000 United States registered 4 per
cent, bonds sold in San Francisco, Jan. I'Uh, at
An increased number of detectives and spies
have been placed around the Czar's Winter Palace
ai du reier&Durg.
It is hoDed that the French crisis mar be tided
over without a complete disruption of the Ministry.
Among the victims of the Cimhria disaster was
Dora Henninges, known as a prima donna under
toe name ox June, xrarane.
Dr. W. F. Carver declines to shoot with Bo"
gardus for the world's wing-shot championship,. but
win snoot lor coin.
There are fSLTSSftk. or 2S tons of silver coin
in ma oan r rancisco &uo-1 reaxury.
The remains of Gustavo Dora were interred in
the cemetery of Pere La Chaise. Alexandre Dumas
uenvereu me orauou at me grave.
Muldoon defeated lianer iu a wrestling match at
ou lAAua ior n Hue.
A fire in the Sforza Czarini Palace did damage
to the amount of $30,000, A portion of th family
urcoiTvs was uesiruycu.
The magistrate condnctiog the inquiry into the
case of Pnnce Napoleon states that sufficient caose
is not suown xor i oncer proceeumgs.
The Bothscuilds have placed in Europe at SO n
Brazilian loan of tfXXi00i at 4 per cent, interest.
The special committee of the French Chamber
of Deputies adopted a proposition to deprive all
members of royal families having remained in
Franco of political right and to prevent them from
belonging to the army.
The German bark A'lntt 2Vnr .UelUrt went
ashore at Mumbleshcad, Wales. A lifeboat was
bent to the rescue of the crew, but six of them were
The Marquis of tame visited Congress Jan. SMli
and was received by the members. In the evening
the President entertained him at dinner.
The Timet says : The resignation of the French
Cabinet exhibits a catrstrophe which threatens the
politic! arrangements of the country and renders
the HUbatituUon of a more powerful Ministry a
matter of exceeding difficulty.
The Portes reply to Granville's circular requests
the Conference to reassemble.
Hilly Edwards, light-weight champion, in answer
to Foi's challenge, says in the New York IlemM .
I will bet Fox, or any one else, $r00 that Mace can't
knock me out in four suuare rounds on any even
ing two weeks from date at the Madison Square
A placard was pobted in a public garden in SU
Petersburg, enjoining people to avoid the places
frequented by the Court, lest they should be hurt
by anything that might happen.
Garfield Learned, senior member of the firm of
Learned, Thompson A Co. publishers of the Slip
p3 JJt of Boston, died at hi house in Went
Newton, after a brief illness, age 73.
At meeting in Paris of the French Cabinet
Falliers was appointed President of the Conned
and ad interim Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The ceremony of electing an Archbishop of
Canterbury took place at the Cathedral in Ixndon.
The .WH (imMR Gazttle points out that the
Emperor William recent letter to the Pope was
cuiinlenugned by Bismarck, thus proving that the
letter was not simply a compromise, but is a docu
ment of political importance.
There is renewed doubt a to what Ministers will
retain their posts under Falliers, in the new Frencu .
A Wail from Lahaina.
Editos Gizxttis Scvexal weeks ago w e noticed
jui article in the columns of your paper, a part of
which ran somewhat as follows: MInLahaina,
where no license has been granted for selling
liquor, all is peace and quiet."
We were much surprised as our eyes fell upon j
the vords, end strove to fancy by v horn they could I
have bea 'penned. Certainly it must have been :
the opinion of some person who is a stranger to
the town; or. if a resident, one of the officers of the
taw; aa mil other inhabitants of TrHim, I think,
are painfully aware of the fact that Satnrdaynights
and Sondaya here, are anything but peaceful and
Beport has it that within the last six months,
two natives in this vicinity have fallen into a
drunken tdumber from which they never awakened.
Possibly our home is in an unfortunate locality
in this respect; but be that as it may, from our
veranda we often see sight and hear socnds,that
convert what otherwise would be a quiet Sabbath,
into what we imagine such days must be in local
ities where ever) third house is a drinking den,
' A few days ago two drunken men one of whom
held a six months old infant, were talking, when
one called msclhtr an tmrJeasant name. The mas
Qua "offended immediately arose, dropping the
babe upon the ground as ne did so. and attacked
the offender. During the A? A which followed,
Some one kindly earned off the little one for pro
Th South Sea Islanders as well as natives, are
fast becoming drunkards. Bum of native mann
" factor I presume is the cause of much fighting
One Sundav evening not lone aince. ve chanood
to pass a man and woman, the man drunk, and
posebty the woman as well, accompanied hy a
poiwemaa. As ve neared them we noticed that
Um wcEaan'waa using pTofaaevvuIgar IazEa0e,
evWeaHy farfi of anger. The poheenaa wt
good enough to say " Hu&h, hush! and try to keep
her quiet until we bad passed.
To-day our celestial neighbors have been cele
brating their Happy New Year," and we are in
formed that to-night the town is full of drunken
humans of both sexes and all colors; though as we,
like the leading officer of the police here, happen
to be a great home body, and see but little of what
goes on about us ve repeat this merely as hear
say. One thing however, is certain: some move
must shortly be taken, or the streets of Lnhaina
will not bo safe to be found in, Saturday nights
particularly. We have heard of but one arrest
for drunkenness being made in the town daring
the last six months; and n effort whatever seems
to be put forth to close the dens where ram is
The state of leprosy here, is also something f ear
fnl; bat our theme to-night is intemperance, so we
win reserve tne poor leper ror some rutnre occa
sion. -A BrSIDEXT.
From (be Ilavwit a Jjii.I, 13. j
Tue Auditoh Gextjul. Since the appointment
of Auditor General to the present time, there have
come to our knowledge many great evils deserv.
ing to be made public.
The nation through its Kcpresentatires greatly
deiircd a person of independent, honest nud trust
worthy character as the one fit to fill the position.
and when the law was thought of the man for the
place was also thought of. But the man who was
that time was entirely rejected by the deliberate
sentiment of the people, and cast out ns one weMc
when htrenrth was the creat requisite. And. in
proportion to hi weakness is the weakness of his
ccts ana ine periormnnco oi ms uciie.
From close observation of his nets tince he has
been in office, we can not see that he is nt all
different from what tho Ministers with him to be,
and he simnlv approves of some of the extrava-
Snt expenditures; and for this reason the Legis
late will repent of their having passed the appro
priation for his ample salary seeing ho docs not
carried oat iu this weak manner, and if this man
is to retain the office, then it were better that the
law eliould be done away with by the next legisla
A?aiu, up to the present time he has kept no
books appropriate' to his important office, he
merely eigns his name to the bills, that is all he
does in retarn for his 3,000 a year. Oar money
We can see no reason why this man should be
thrust iuto this office (though we have onr own
opinion of the reason whvl: possibly he is a friend
and business councillor of the premier, and if not
that, perhaps he has some hold on him.
Wo have no objection to hira as a man, we are
merely looking to inegoouoi me puono service,
in toe uesire to nave jusuce uono.
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Good delivered to at) parts of the cly fiee of charge.
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AXII . . -
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