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Ltetnm Expiring- In Januaiy 1884.
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Wi:i)XKSI)AT, JANUARY 10, 1661.
Independent Ticket of Representatives
LEGISLATIVE SESSION Or 1884.
J. O. CAUTEIl,
J. r. K&WAINCl.
A. V. KAI.AUKOA.
A. K. KCSCUKEA.
Xcit Tvcck vp Lall considw Ibc pvils
bicli may rctnlt Irom tho licnvy toIoidp
ot river coin recently introdnenl, anl hball
rvcnr lo oar formerly rxprpsl views in
favor of a V S poltl currency, as the only
Kifu losis on wbicli onr financial afiairB
can long W carriwl on.
Iiabt Saturday Uio Adttrtttrr jrablished
ilitorially its platform and we commend
3Ir. 11 C."Macfarlane for Uio manliness of
ite tone 'WTjetliej Uio jlicy of tliejaier
can le lceit on rnch lines when Mr.
is absent is problematical. At
any rale we welcome to tho journalistic
coteries in Honolulu a liearty good fellow,
and a gentleman, and wisli him every success.
Tin: btntcuionl by one of our Kauai cor
npondents, if correct is iutlood startling.
"Wo tvoiilil prefer to donbt. oicellent ns
onr hoitrcp of information is AVt would
trust that this inny hnvc boon some mistake,
nithrr tean think it jwssiblo for n man to
11' ujion lus canvass as one of his claims
for n peat in the legislature, the fact that
This is indeed an extraordinary condition
f affairs It argnes either a strange
obliquity of vision on the iwrt of the can
didatoor a remarkable apathy on the part
of the constituency. It argues also that
tbib gentleman doc& not think that the
CJovernment has any intention of carrying
out n jwlicy of Kegrcgation. AVe trust
that the tory may be disjiroed.
It is amusing to Lear tho epithet of
iIifionary larty." which Moreno in his
uay 01 iiNrenuency ajjpliea o ins
nenis now rontoa against Uie wuoie
imrty. "We have erK)nally never
iiaa any connection witu tlioso woruiy
miwaonaries, of whom there now remain
perhaps a dozen survivorfi. and those, as
fur ns w o know, have for many years stood
rntirely aloof from political matters, lint
if tho term Missionary l'arty" is meant
to include all who arc incaiablo of yield
ing to the unconstitutional exercise of
jKiwen to curruption in hiph places or low,
or to any of the Imso inilnenccs of bol?h
npgnindizement at tho risk of right prin
ciple, or of fawning or truckling, then
count ns nsjmlonging to that SIisionar3'
Tnx law npaiust kahunas stands on our
Statute IhxL clear and deilned Like
manj" another of our laws it is. howerer.
oonly defied. A case rcjwrtetl in our
ltcal columns certainly demands iniesti
gntion. The in estigation bhonld be
srarcliing mid shonld le made at once.
If it is prouxl that those men did bathe
Uio woman and that shortly after she died,
itwill lenery seriuus case indeed. Under
similar circumstances I'leasance
Lonisa Inglos, a jiur&o at Guy's Hospital,
London, was in 1880 convicted of man
The influence of kahunas though it may
not lie always directly hurtful as in this
laiw) ui Jknuai. is inuirecur en immci.
our physicians comjilnin of it and they
nxv in'sv coiciuauti 10 kuuw. jjUiorce tue
law Jftmeur L JiAjam and yon will gain
AVitt tho pinch comes the llawaiians
crv out readily enough, lrat thev become
lulleil to the moment tlie danger is
over and forget to agitate against tho ills
which t inevitably come A few months
ago Ix'foro tho copious rains, with which
wo havo Iteen blesseil, fellthe city was
clamoring for water. It was then very
clearly suown that tho population of Honolulu
Here living from hand to month as
regards their witer fcnpply. and that vven
n slight tbought strained the AVator Works
to their utmost A fire occurred nt that
time and much alnablo property was
destroy etl, which micht liavo been saved
had not tho water been tnrncd off from
tho mains from motives of economy.
attention was then at once drawn to the
matter of water supply. Tho only defence
tho Government orcan could make wns
that pipes, wliich had been ordered, had
not arrived. It was pointed out that not
pipes but increased nwrvoir capacity was
needed. However tho imos havo come.
and aro now reposing peacefully along the
sides of our main roads. o use lias been
made of them, and competent engineers
ifii us m iihn win vvt oe maueox mem,
as they aro too large. The last Legislature
toted Jf&tOO for the Water Works
and the town is no better off than two
years ago and bas been put to tho expense
of these unwieldly pipes. Why bas not
tho water question been mot?
Hihtokt shows that no man and no set
of men can bo trusted with uncontrolled
jower over the destinies of their follow
men. So far bas tho necossitv of consist
ent organized OTijKKition to Government,
even in free England, been recognized,
in as IhrIi esteem as tho Government itself.
Tor tho last four years this journal
has aimed to bo the oxponcLt of a fearless,
honest, and yet opposition.
If there were short-comings or wrongdoings
on tho part of any administration
precwling tho i)resent which wo failed to
criticise, such neglect of the duty of an opposition
party was owing to inexperience,
and is not likely to bo repeated. That the
groat liody of thinking men, nearly all of
those wiiosc rortunes aro cast in this
country, have urged on this cause, and
have earnestly hoied for its ultimate success
We shall not swerve from tho path of
uuty winch wo have marked out for our
selves whether motives of self-interest or
hopelessness shall dampen tho ardor of
others or not
Wo believe in the iwesitrility of a good
Government here, and do not believe that
wo have a faithful administration of onr
public affairs. Tho tendency has too long
ueen in uie uuvcuonoi aosoiuium anu venality;
ifccrham the limits of corruption
are far from leing reached yet We shall
not palter with corruption, nor yield to
Uio fears which seem to palsy tho hearts
of some who have been outsioken in their
condemnauon oi mo present administra
Our maxim, Et utvthu in rthvu. means no
surrender of principle to power, in office
or out of it
As'tho election day draws near, end it is
drawing very near now, it is tho duly of
that portion of tho Honolulu press which
is opixksed to the existing znisrule, and
winch includes the wnoio press oi tho capital
w hose present propnetary " is not in
government pay, to call the attention of
candidates anu voters alike, to Uie supreme
importance of providing representatives
for the city who shall be indeed
The Premier earned tho last election,
not by storm, but by sap; the military, the
ponce, uie place uoiucrs ana uio place
seekers, all working in dread and fearful
silence, undermined the feeble lines of a
minority who without organization went
to Uio polls to record a vote independent
of hot other consideration than Uio welfare it
of Uie country.
Xext month, the issue will be mere seri
ous and the opposition more formidable. I
in ndtlitiiai lo t& classes akcodY rcien 1
K wiS "ncC -L the cjqstinaiCTY' I
I. ab,'!, miiiiij
c.sSC"'1"' t V "- lw'S w?
eminent stand in tho posiUon of debtors.
andwho sec no way of recovering the sums
duo to them but by supporting the Ministry
to whom they gave credit
It is not too mnch to say, that nine-tenths
of the revenue of the kingdom isvailable
for the purpose of direcUy or mdirccUj'
assisting tha return of government candidates.
What use this existing Ministry
will make of their power may bo well
judged from a review of Uie removals and
appointments of the last two years.
In financial matters Uie capital should
be represented bv a man who is alike able,
honest and fearless. Mr. J. 0; Carter's
antecedents point to him ns Uio right man.
Not only is Uie whole record of bis manhood
Wore ns but more especially should
it lie Itoroo in mind that Sir. Carter holds
in his hands or in his. memory theproof s of
the manner n TrhJch former administrations
have iranagcd the finances, and he
can toll and how Uie Ireasury has
erred. There is not a better man to represent
Honolulu thnn Sir. Carter. Ho will
have the lacking of the capital and intel
ligence of Uie dry.
Tnx Independent Party in Uie Hawaiian
Islands have no mean opponents to contend
against ; power and money arc on tho
side of the existing government and Uie
struggle which is coming on at the next
election will be no child's play. The Premier,
wnose policy has been so vigorously
oombattod by the Opposition Press and
who-e acts have lecn so sternly criticised,
not from ersonal dislike, but from an
honest and honorable feeling that they arc
dangerous to the prosperity of Uie country
and that they are politically vicious,
has on Uie one liond tho full support of
Uie ICing, whoso power as a sovereign js,
comparing small things with large, considerably
greater than that of any Constitutional
Jlonarch, and, on Uio other hand,
has Uio avowed snpport of Col. Spreckels,
with the great wealth and influence which
But need Uio Independent Party be cast
down because. ithasformidableopponents?
We think not Tho strength of which Uie
ex-Mormon Slinister can boast, is not so
real as it seems to bc. He has obtained
an. ascendency OTer'his Itoyal Master by
pandering to whims which a more patriotic
Minister would have thwarted. He has
Uie support of Colonel Spreckels I tecause
that gentleman believes that certain statements
which have been made to him by
Uio Premier aro correct: but he will be
quite as ready as Uio most ardent reformer
amongst us to assist tho opjwsition when
he finds that those statements are not cor
rect That some of thoso statements are
not correct wo propose to show: that a
strong indictment can be brought against
the present cabinet we propose to show,
and when we havo done that we exiect,
tnd we havo eveiy reason to expect that
Colonel Spreckels, though he may still disagree
with ns, will own that Uie opposition
to the present government is not
lased on merely jorsonal grounds, but is
founded on legitimate causes for discontent
and that as such he will give it his
respect if not his support
First and foremost of tho things that j
the Independents comnlam of is tho mis
management of the lepers. We may grow
rich and we may become poor, wo may
succeed or we may fail materially, but as
long as we have health in our homes we
can at least ik content ana get some
lien however, we have a uread
JiinesH. like leprosy menacing, not only
the bread winners, who havo lo lake their
chances in the lattle of life, but crawling
insidiously towards our children, it is not
to bo wondered at that wo should denounce
those, who having the er in their hands
to protect us from Uio disease, cither do
not cxerciso it or else only use iHn such a
spasmodic manner as to make it
worthless. And before pioceeding
further we must at once lay down that it
is no palliation of the conduct of Uie pros
ent cabinet that they havo done no worse
than their predecessors. Two wrongs do
not make n right, and Uio argument sometimes
used, that other ministers havo been
careless affords no screen for tiiese men to
It is a fact proved dnrimr Uio Pitch vs.
Thrum libel suit, that a fechool mistress was
known to the authorities as n Icjkt, and
was permitted to continuo teaching.
It is a fact acknowledged by the government
jibyFicians, that segregation at
Kakaako is n farce. Dr. Pitch has himself
complained of Uio inadequacy of Uio arrangements.
However much wo may differ
from Dr. Fitch as to his theories, w e must
civo him credit for good organizing capacity,
and had his plan-s with regard to a
double fence been carried out thepeoplo
in charge of that asylum would nave naa
some chance of being ablo to do their duty.
Upon the President of tho Board of Health
rests Uie blame, and inadequacy of funds
cannot lc pleaded by him as an excuse
for not having performed his share of tho
Hut it is not only in this that tho President
of Uie Hoaru of Health has erred.
We are informed, and our information
docs not come from the mere hearsay of
Uio street corners, that jKTmission has been
given for a jiatient to leave the hospital
when physicians have said that the man
was in a condition dangerous to Uice with
whom ho miirht come in contact: and that
when this was represented to the President
of tho Board of Health, ho said that
hf would assume Uio responsibility of let
ting the man go!
Taking these few facts, and numberless
others might be adduced, wo ask, has the
government done its duty in Uio matter of
leprosy? Tho answer can toko only one
form and that is Kol To those of us whoso
lot is cast in this country, who have to
bring tip our children in its schools, who
look forward to our sons and daughters
marrying hero ami bringing up in turn
their children, this matter of leprosy is a
vital one. A mother's blood turns cold
when she thinks of lier litUe ones being
exposed to even the bare possibility of
contracting this dread disease; when she
knows that only n few days ago, out of one
of our jmllic cJoot a leper child was taken,
when she looks around and sees homes
that have been rendered desolate by Uie
insidious destroyer, who kills not swiftiy
and suddenlj. that is merciful, but by
inches, changing what was fair and lovely
to what is repulsive and loathsome and
inakiniT life one long ngonyl And tho
blood of every foUier and mother must
boil when they arc told that Uio man who
calls himself iTosident oi tuo ioaru.ox
Health takes it upon It rftppMilnHtg to let
a dangers Ifjxr go! Is this Tirotectingthe
people ? Is Uiis conduct which merit support
from any one who is humane, and
who has chudrcn of his own, and Uieref ore
can enter into Uio feelings of mothers and
fathers? We say nol a thousand times
nol It is conduct which cries aloud for
reprobation and for punishment, and Uio
men of Uio Independent Party ask that
reprobation and punishment bo visited on
AVe had intended to go fully into Uie
financial matters of tho government, but
the data in the hands oi outsiders arc
The reports published havo been
unsatisfactory and meagre, but they havo
been quite sufficient to show that great
extravagances have been committed. A
statement was shown to Colonel Spreckels
when he was down hero on his last visit
and with that statement he expressed himself
satisfied. Tho public however, havo
had no opportunity of seeing that state
mentfOnd arc unable to judge what land
of a one it was. Without at all under-estimating
the financial abilities of tho Colonel,
it must be plain that many things
connected with government expenditures
cannot be judged by a couple ot hours'
of a balance sheet prepared for
a special object, and that before tho
public can agree as lo Uio value of Uie
document, they must have an opportunity
of seeing it This much tho public d
know, mat tho government has been in
straits for money, that this is not ahcalthy
condition for a cabinet to get a country
into, and that it cannot claim Uie confi
dence of a people on the ground of such
Then wo would ask where are the hos
pitals that were promised to ust One only
has been erected on ground donated by
Colonel Snreckels. and we may Yenture to
say that but for that generous gift we of
snouia not nave nau even wc uubuiuu.
Beads are another matter: complaints
about them come from all quarters; jt is
no mere voice of discontented politicians to
that is heard. Men of all shades of polit the
leal opinion are united upon the point
The Pali road is a small matter truly, but der
is a very pertinent one. It was an arrow
which the present IVemier used lo
wing agsinst a previous administration.
bnt wb Boe do Einis of jmrtMrnr bdni:
Rfrisn in Ttoint There are no more ode
ouato means for suppiying Uie wants of
ine town man were in usu iwu juoia u,
and vet amnio moncv was voted for this
nuTPOse by Uie last Legislature. A few
Iatp T.irws lviniT idly alomr our principal
thorougnfares, and causing our horses to
shy, cannot be regarded as an act of nd
mmistrativc ability "which is calculated to
Inspire confidence in any one.
Thongh wo may bo content to laugh at
Uie now dead and gone " Protest," wo cannot,
as citizens of this country, view with
anything but alarm Uie mismanagement
which has triven tho British government tho
right to make a claim against ours. The
owner of the 3Tadra$ has laid biscase before
Uie British Foreign Office: enquiries upon
tho subject have been made and any mail
may bring a demand which it will be n6
slight thing to meet This position of
it due to mismanagement for, in tho
nd tlin enrprnmpTii did what it OUirht to
have done nt first, taciUy acknowledging
that it was wrong.
Objections upon other points might bo
multiplied, but this is needless ; sufficient
have been cileu, tor an pnrposes oi argument
These great issues are laid down.
Jiismanagement oi leprosy ana consc
auent dancer to Uie citizens: reckless ex
penditure of public fnnds and lack of
administrative ability in dealing with Uio
intrrnnl affairs of tho kinrdom. These
ore quite important enough for men to
join togeuier to atiacE, ana tnese me men
of the Independent Party mean to attack.
There is moreover, one more tiling wliich
tho Americans, Germans and Englishmen
especially feel called on to resent ; and that
is tho tendency of Uie government to autocracy
. Step bv step has the Premier striven
lo put power inio one iiauu. j.xus, u& uiu
sons of freemen, as the descendants of men
who in Europe and America havo bled, aye
and died, that power should not rest in one
hand, we are bound to combat
Tho teachings of history are too plain
for every one of us, who intends to make
his homo here, not to strive to tho utmost
to prevent that which has caused so much
misery eisewncre. J.no uimeu ouiws
show us how a great party dropped awaj'
in an instant from a great leader when the
mere appearance of Ciesarism was even
mooted. In such a country, with such n
people, there could havo been no real fears,
but tho very idea startled the nation.
What to tho fJnited States was but a shadow,
in Hawaii is a reality. Men. educated
to freedom, educated in the theories of
American and English government may
well start when they see such strides being
made in a direction which they know must
lead to civil discord and strue
Here, then, aro in fact tho grounds for
Uie existence of an Independent Party, at
variance with tho present cabinet, xney
aro sound, logical grounds, and no man,
entertaining tho views expressed, need bo
ashamed of them. "We aro proud to hold
them, and to tho best of our ability we
will uphold them. This is no personal
hostility; it is the advocacy of sound principles.
On the broad platform of civil liberty,
financial reform, protection of onr
wives and chUdren from leprosy and re
form in internal administration, tho Independent
Partv of Hawaii stands, and
standing on this, it merits the support of
every Hawaiian, American, German and
Englishman here. Long live, then, the
Independent Party! We are sure its lion
est principles will meet with tho support
of every Uiinking man. Tho struggle before
us is really for fnedauu and Byron's
immortal verse tells us that
"Freedom's battle oaoe bcRtm,
Though baffled ot is ever won!"
So we havo no fears for Uie ultimate
A Wosus Fir is to bo held in Son Fnuiciwo in
ISj". The committee of arnmccments arc already
at work. This will boaraattrrof preat
to the 1'acifio Coast and will have rhbo beneficial
effect upon Uioso inland. No donbt interest
will bo taken in the affair by oar own
TnE Snyni miW, Louisiana, recently said: "Wo
are clad to bo able to increase onr estimate of the
total sugar jicld from this year's Louisiana erup.
At one time it seemed unreasonable to exrct over
100,000 hogshead of sngar, bat now it will rcucli
173.000 and nuHsiblT come near 100.000. Of conn
the inert favorable fall weather has produced this
cuanne lor uie uciicr, lor toe cmb ua.c imij
ripened and tho sugar yield is remarkably good,
A new bank has been started. The advertisement
of tho new venture will bo found in another
column. 'rbepartnernareColonclClaas Sprocket,
W. O. Irwin and F. F. Low. Amorm
tho partners there is financial ability, ex wrience
and capital. It is understood that suitable buildings
will be erected, but meanwhile tho business
will be conducted bv Air. W, U. Irwin, at the office
of the Oceanic Steamship Co. The proposal to
open a new uauit is one oi long surname, out irom
various cauhcb it has been delated till the present
moment. The firm obtained tho license on Mon
A from an influential gentleman in
Washington says: -The Oiarm: has seized tho
oominc objections of this winter and lias ably exposed
their fallacy. The exposition of tho
of the assertion that American influence in
Hawaii has diminished, that American owners tin
in plantations is a delusion and the facts there
ftneni nrouput lorwara in me uazktte, inrnisu
the friends of the treaty here, in adranco of
proofs which aro pertinent and
This is high praise indeed and it is extremely
satisfactory to the Gazette to have earned it from
soch a Qaarter
The January number of the third volume of tho
ManikJw is bright and readable. Profes
sor Hilcard contributes a capital article upon tho
"rotnre ot grapo growing in anu air.
Wood row Wilson a very thoushtf alone upon Cabinet
Government. The first of a aeries of articles
npon the late war in South America is intensely
interestinc and is a valuable contribution to modern
history. For readers of fiction there is aroplo
provision in the continued story cf Anetta,"
"Donnelly's llaby," 'Sirs. Georcc'a Kew Year's
Gift" and MA bhepherd nt Court.'' Tho whole
number is well put together.
Tm: official report of the damage sustained by
the alluvial rnnshes of Louisiana from inundation
early in lbS2 hns just lcn made public It
says that the total number of acres of plant and
nine Itwt was 33.03: Tftlne of thit lost &2.K&917:
value of stubble cane lost 2,007,410; of rice
100838: value oi cotton lost fzajxz; oi corn
$1,102,497; of peas, potatoes and miscellaneous
rmtiR 2jn7 "M: lmtscs in f.tock. animal, etc- $.-
079; in buildings, fences, etc $674,170; in labor
in nnsuocessiui deiense oi levees
Vnl outer losses iaxi; mimaieu qannuues ut
arable land inundated OOG,C74 ncrts: reclaimed by
levee protection 1,857,700.
Ah the Frtnch Chambers have Da&scd tho
cidirist Hill, it is now clear that France intends to
send all its hardened criminals to New Guinea,
New Hebrides, New Ireland, and other Melanasian
islands. This the Australian colonists will not
only not consent to. but will forcibly resist, and
Great Hntaln must do its duty in the premises or
permit the colonists to do the work themselves.
France will soon discover that Australia is not
Madagascar by long odds. The scheme of tho
French covcrnment is to make a clearance of all
lis criminals, maio ana lemaie, anu csiaousn mem
in the South bens. If there are not sufficient
female criminals as consorts for the males, tho
number is to be made up from the ranks of prosti
tution. j.uis policy wouiu prevent xno rouosuiai
octUeiaent of thorn islands, and would lead to a
criminal overflow unon the ooulent British Colo
nies. Annexation is therefore a measure of self
defense Queensland now suffers greatly from its
tnoxiumy to isr uueaoma, ine governor oi
which never applies for the extradition of any of
the numerous escapes from the "Isle of pine"
bt an article on the "Selection of Artificial
Manure for the Sugar Cane," which appeared in
the November number of tho llartiadcr$
tiazttle and Planter r Jimrmal, tho writer Con.
eludes that the following are tho most important
conclusions for the planter to bear in mind:
1. That the constituents of sugar, and of nearly
the whole of the combustible portions of the cane
are derived from the air and water, and not from
the mil Itself.
2. That ammonia used as msnnre most strikingly
increases the growth of tho cane, provided tho
soil be cot deficient in mineral constituents.
3. That large quantities of mineral constitucnte
aro taken from tho land in the crop, part of which
find their way Into the molasses and the impure
sugar, and the remainder are contained in tho
ashes left on burning the cane refuse as fuel.
4. That the mineral constituents of tho molasses
consumed on the plantation and tho stoke-hole
ashes (after being finely ground) should be returned
to the land as manure.
6. Thst there is an incntable loss to tho soil of
some of the mineral constituents taken from the
land in the cane, and hence it is necessary to provide
such constituents in the artificial manures
used for the crop.
Kelitivz lo the lack of lecal enactments for the
punishment of persons who become bankrupt
through indulgence ia"uutsidet speculation,
pobliUin the following; ln a recently
rmbUshed pamnhlet on tMnkrumev lcchdauou. Mr.
D. C Hobbies, of the New York Chamber of Cuni-
xnerce advocates tho punishment of bankrupts
wnenevcr it appears uaitney navoooenengagou in
firm cmraced in a lecitimate commercial business.
which goes out of it and speculates in other business
and fails ought to suffer & public penal It.
Thus if & hardware firm gambles in mines, a dry
coeds firm dabblos in real estate, a drug merchant
embarks or speculates in produce or stocks, the
money lost is not uteir own. oui iunus auvanceu
bankers and others on their notes, under the
belief that they are doing a legitimate business.
When thev fail, tho Iniurv is not cofinod to the
creditors; poblic confidence Is shaken, support is
withdrawn from other good firms, and workmen
are thrown out of employment. Thus the npple
one man's evil act extends till it reaches from
the banker to tho mechanic. This is sound doctrine.
As we have repeatedly pointed out, the
criminal law, as at present administered, is far
the needs of the day. It should be extended
cover just such cases as mentioned by Mr.
Itobbins. The provisions for the punUhment of
acts referred to should be included in a general
lankroDtcv law. for the reason that it is oxdv un
the machlnerv created bv such a law that an
enforcement of such provisions can be
The entire lencUi of lleretania and Ntraami
done to remedy tho ill InfiscomnieooUbleespeciallj who rawed no
The water eupply of Honolnlu is ugain I pay for the same.
GtrnnrTBcso. Iov. 27th. 1883,
Editor my last respects
cM,lncwbfSa advise yon farther respecticii
the expomtiooiiby the VattatliM on her Toyigo
through the wof Id.
The coTcmmtpt has considered that a man who
is qualified to pke dua notice of commercial in
terests in tho countries that tho VmnndU will visit
during the fcaCl voyage, and also to inspect the
Swedish end bjwegian Consulates, ought to accompany
tha expedition, and the government has
in such qualification appointed the Swedish and
Norwegian wx cvusm at uiTerpuoi, .cogi&nu, n.
The fxpedmoa expected to visit the countries as
follows Usbaa,KUi December, 1883; fnl&4,KU
da JaDtimltOta January; Valparaiso, lSth March;
Tahiti, 10th Way; JhmofmTm. iotk Jttt; Yokohama,
lstf3ciol)cr.HirocVons,2Sth October; Singapore,
2Gtn November; in l&v, Calcutta, 1st Jannary
Aden, autn t eurnaryj uioraiwr, in April.
, jrrw comp.kt.
An association for classification of ships, like
the Frcncn itnus, uennan iioyos ana mem,
has been recently formed in Sweden, for the
of classification of vessels in all countries.
The name of the company is TheScmndinaTi.tn
Vcntat," head office in Stockholm, and the Hoard
of Direction consists of Admiral Kreugcr, the Hawaiian
ConsuV General, linger, and a couple ot
other well known men, one of them & eon of the
great Swedish Hanker, Wallenberg, Lieutenant
Wallenberg: Consul-Gereral Itorgor is appointed
XTatmrrim Director. Larre sums have been raid
to foreign companies for classification, but the
new company mil no doubt if well managed, gain
Ine conntienoooi iue uourrwriirrs anu cuaricrois,
n.1 uvm ret a larre number of members.
nectlon Trith this I beg to give you some figures
respecting the Swedish navigation, the Norwegian
ol wclndeJ. About 30,000 men are engaged as
crews on tho Swedish ships, which number 400
sailing and 771 steamships. The sailing ships
count 2J,CI3 tons and the steamers STfilii horse
power. 1 he belonging io uomenourg measure
HJX& tout. Those belonging to Stockholm
From foreign countries 9,321 ships arrived roevi
nricg 1,G27A"01. whereof about the half were Swedish
febjps. To foreign ports departed 166t ships
loaded, r3eaurmg 2,72y,528 tons, whereof 40 per
cent were owiuisu snip, m uie iuicjku uo
were engaged about STO ships and the Saedish
Khin in foreign trade made the followiiu? freights:
Sailing ships 3.k957,143 krauar, steamers, 114XK.G00
krauar; 13 kniuar is equal to one pound Untish
sterling. Tbegreatest number of foreign ships
vimiing Sweden were:
Loadrd, In ballaaL Xo. of ablpa
Otman.. TK..T Ml I6
Holland 'i 1
5C7...... SSt........ (01
Frtnce t 1 au
Koai... Ji u...... w
rinUMd... sei. ....... sas. va
I said the chips from foreign ports arrrirnl at
Sweden unmtered for loaded 9J1 and for those
drnarted IGjKL and mar aCd that ehiDS amtitl in
ballast numbered 15,046 and departed tn ballast
7.CJW. '1 bene llgurcs concern the trade rn 1$$U lot
tC no repott are as jet given from the
During said Tears the Swedish exports araouuleu
to 223,111,000 kruar and the imports to 29,000.000
arauar, i eacu is tranar ii.j sscjjfvzsknur
'Ihe subject of tho Treaty has already been
noticed in the present session of the American
Congress, the following joint resolution haling
been twice introduced in the Senate, and each time
referred to the committee on foreign KelaUona.
"Joint llesolutian as to civinc notice to termi
nate the convention of June 3rd, 1675, with His
Majesty the King of the Hawaiian Islands.
"Whereas, the said corvention, in Article Vpro
vidcs that the oontentioj shall remain in force for
seven years from the date at which it may come
into operation, and further until the expiration of
twelro months after either of the high contract
ing parties being at liuery to give suca notice to
the other at the end of the said term of seven
vears. or at any time thereafter.
Therefore, resolved by the Senate and Uoupe
of llcpresentativcs of the United States of America
in congress asscmblod, That the President of
the United States bo requested to give notice to
terminate said convention in the manner and at
tho time set fortb'and provided for in said 5th
The following resolution was also read twice.
orucrea prmtca anu rcierrcu to mo xiouse torn
mitton on 1'orciim AHaira.
"KesolTcd by the Senate and House of
of the United States of America in
coDcress assembled, that notice of the wish on
the part of tho government of the United States
of America and His Majtwty the King of the
JlllH IUIOU INIIUUj tVUUUUCU till IUC MUl UKJ1 VI
Jannary 187. and which took effect on the 9th daj
oi September jo, be giren to ma .Majesty me
King of the Hawaiian Islands, in com chant with
tho terms and provisions ot Article V of said
The undersign nl liaic formctl a Co-Partnership
nader thv firm mmc uf Spreckels & Co.. for
t!ieprweof csrrrltiKoiiaUroeralBaDklDg sod
BarlncM at Ilonolala and och otbrr placi s In
the Hawaiian Kingdom aa may be deemed advisable.
(Slsaedl CLAC& Sl'KECKELS,
WM. G. IRMTIN,
F r. LOW.
Hooololn, Jannary 1 Itli, IBfl.
Hcfprring to theahove c to inform the hnetnr es
public U St we are prepared io make Lnan.
Apiirnrru Notes and rartLa? Jcxchange at the beet
L'nrrrnt ltalrp. Oar amnceneats for Selling Exchange
on tho principal polnta Intbe United Staf-s,
Earopc, China. Jajian, and Australia are bein; made
and nhen due notice iil be lren. We
hall al'uboprrparrd loltTelveHrnorltf on open account,
toakcCollccUcn4,andcoidocta General Cank-lai:
and Exchange llnslni'. M'llECKELS CO.
FURNISHED ROOMS t and cwlly Fnr
nlfthed Knoufl can be bad bran earlj application at
WS) SO. A UAIUIEX LANE.
American Waltham Watches
Awarded Ti. UoM. Mcdalj.
for Waitl, Stclbonrne International Exhibition
Tbeonly tiold 3ledal; aUo. I litre iprttal and font
The Gold Mcri.il, l'aria, 17S. Four Flrit Prize Med,
al- rhlladrlphU, 1570.
TbeneqnalcCticcetaof tbcue Celebrated Wxither
his produced a bot ot northlr Imitation!. Buyer
will observe tli Trade Mark, Waltham, Ma., rn
craved an the plat of all (Jen nine Waltham Watcben
uoldcatctateftanipcdA. W. Co., lttt., r Ilk.,; and
MIrercaae arc tUmpcd American Watch Company,
WaiUiam. Mim. sterling. 11 ly
A invii)i;xi of ?j im;u SHAKK
XV If now payable to the of the Hawaiian
L'afTlaim Mann fact arcing Company, at their office.
LITTLE jQa GIANT !
Formerly Owned by Miles Bros.
IP I piTfcetly pound and kind? resign for eclltng
aan'nf cc.. r"Alplyt
VJi 1m L. 11. bTULZ, Walmca. Kinal.
GRAND PERFOEMANCE !
Saturday Even'g. Jan. 19
Last Night and
Farewell Benefit to
MISS LOUISE BEAUDET.
EXTEAOBDINABY ATTHACTION !
oit, Tin; iJMHuauarr,
And Other Attractions !
CB" For partlcnlara, ce dally papers.
Tickets reserved at WfcnunAAihlcy'i l. ?3and
jumw. in i
IF YOU ARE SICK.
if yoa are lck,UOFniTTEnslH
sorely aid at are In making ton eil
gain when all rise falls.
If row areconparatlTelywelI.bat feet
the need of i grand tonic and etimnla&t,
never rest easy till yoa are made a new
being by nsc of
Ifyooarcrtwtlveor dyspeptlcor are
jjditeaerjrof the stomach or bowels. It la
"Tyotr own fatJt If yon remain 111, for
aro a fovcrelga remedy fa all sach com
If yea are wasting away with any form
of Kidney lllase, atop tempting Death
thla moment, and tarn for a car to
I f yo are tick a ith that terrible
Nervoneness, ron will Hod a "Balm
la Gllead" tn the ne of
If yoa arc a f reoafiitcr.or a resident ot
a MlasmaUc district, barricade yoar
'tera acalaatthe rcourxoi im toiiimr
maUrial, roiaemie. bilious and Inter-
mi t tent fevers by tbe ore of
If jto bare roogh. pimply, or sallow
nkla, tMd breath, pains and ache, aad
win site yoa fair skin, rlcb blond, tbe
sweetest breath, health and comfort.
In short, they core ALL Disease uf
the Stomach, Dowels. Itlood, Urer,
Nerves. Kidney. and
w 111 be )ald for a case they will not care
or help, or for anvialng Importer
tosnd la thrm.
That poor, bedridden. Invalid wife,
ciater. notber or daughter, can be mad
tbe pfclnre of heal tb by a few bottle or
Hop Kitten, coning bat a trifle
Will ron let them suffer J
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich the
And veti will hare BoslckneMorcaJTcriigordKlors'
bill to pay.
car- Tot Sal by
a&t POIXISTXH .fc CtJ, llowomJa
; 811 Tvt Sale by EOLLESfil, tt
NOTICE IB .HEREBY GIVEN
that tba BaAtrttfflHf ktm tutMHt lull nartim.
chip a General Biflaera AxeaUla nonolnla.II. 1.
aad ttaat their baalaea hereafter will b eradaeted
anger me arm name or WJSKXAN ft AMI LIT.
i rr i. X.WEMAX,
. W, U. AUHLSY.
"DNITED WE STAND.
DIVIDED WE TAW.'
WISEMAN & ASHLEY
TIIE OSLT nCCOOXIZED
In tho Hawaiian Kingdom.
Tin; :xmr rnt taick the
nearnre la atnlng tc the naflneaa Codmonlty
du me mime 7 bbtt aueo ap
one of the Elegant lrenad Flooc's In the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING
On Merduant Street, Honolulu,
Where they will condor! their Botictas hereafier, and
oe man nappy io pee ineir pairona ana inrnas leeiinz
aa tared thatail baalneM transaction will be eondneted
by Uiem In every particoUr to the beat ot their ability,
and on the moM reasonable baeta.
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Hanibal and St. Jo
CHICAGO, BDRLINGTON & QDINCT
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of WBW YOltK.
City of London Fire Insurance Co.
XV Special attention la the following Departmenta
will be our aim, and we invite your careful pcrnisl."7
Wells, Farco & CoH
GENERAL FORWARDING & COfilillSSION AGENTS.
We deliver Letter, rackata. Parcels and Money all
over iho World, aend order direct to oar Ajnt
tobe Oiled and returned, fhip Uronhont the
United State sad Forrlgn Conn tries Merchandise,
Carlo. &c from the Kingdom. pfT Alwari advl
yonr friends abroad to fend Parcel i. Pacta r. Important
Letter, and Money tojron Ihroagh WKLbS,
FAKliO Apendes are etabllahed la all
large clUca on the globe Don't consider the Expense
when rending thronjrii n, as we will Uarantee yoa
ball faction In every particalar and hold onnclrca
Io all onr ondct taking.
Agent for the Hanible & St, Jo, auid
CHICAGO. BURLtHGTOR 1RD OUINCT RIIL R01DS.
Tbcte Itooda are the motComfotblo and Invllln;
Jloadf going Ewt, TonriaU will and the enery, the
Palace cant, the blatlon Kestaitranta a Ion these rants
mwt InTttlng and (rpcrlor,and Letter will be given
to all Traveler and Toorlata going cither as lit or Snd
dais pawnfrrt to tbe Principal Agrnt In ban
who lll take aprelal palaa In making yon
1th Railway official tbrongb letter to that
yonr tripsin be noft enjoyable to tbe end.
Real Estate Agents,
WE BUY AND SELL. REAL ESTATE
la all part of tbe Kingdom. Search Records and attend
eamnlelelv in ever branch In RrlMni Ttal inri
Leaeholdrroperty. Onr Office will contain maps of
all Properties left In mtr charge. We make a peclauy
In ''ollectlng Kent, keeping I'remlca la repair, raying
and dlacharjrlnir, Taxes, Water Rates and effect Id?
loan ranee. Owner of Property shonld bear lo mind
that we will relieve them from giving their attention to
Prouertv. mtaranteelnff at all timea to act wllh tare
for a nominal consideration for servleet Id Uila depart
ment, lioonif, i,otugea and JWanilons to let at all
times oa application to a.
We Supply all Kinds of Help,
Doth male and frmals In all the varioai brioches of
Indsstry on theao IsUsd.
jmhu, Planters, and Merchant generally hooM
notify ns when vacancies exist aa we will famish no
help sach as Clerks. Salesmen, M
or Uborrrs unlets well recommended to lis.
Cblne KerysnU and Female Servant will be a applied
to families at abort notice, for which a nominal
commission it rxacico.
Iifo and Fire Iniarance Afients.
We fet'l It a data to call every mja'a attention i fnai
llcnlartj a man of lamiiTiutKf bla Life Insured fo
tbe bcuflll of his Famllj a ho ao often are dependant
non Lis labors for tbel enppon. aonnz men ana
mechanic would find It the moat pleasant duty of
their Itvcs to take oat a Tollcy on the "Tontine principal
aa In a few year shonld they lire they will
have stifnclent fnnds to ngae In botnes with a neat
capital to back them. We invite yoa to call on u when
we win iakc pieasnr in liioairaunz io j
clal ft 1 for year welfare to be InsnrrdI
hvery nan who own Property shonld remember that
"Fire,' that grim metsenser often make the rich, or
well-to-do, pour auA poverty stricken. Let thla be a
warning to yoa and call on n at once and protect yourselves
MONEY TO LOAN 1
FROM $100 TO $10,000 OH SECURITY
Coatom Hotuo Broken,
enter Good at the Ctutom Hooaethrcash Tower of
Attorn fy and we call npon all mercbant and
to make as their Agents at once. Onr chrfrjea
for thla work Is very Seasonable and we will Enur
Uood, pcy and discharge Freight and Doty Bills, aod
ucunr jourgwui uimi mjoar places 01 liBsinci1 in
prompt order. Merchants and More-keepers will find
ihli ot gteat adrantage to them la every way.
General Basineaa Agent.
Oar long acqaalntance wllh the Hoslnes - Commanlty
' well knosrn and we Inverablr keen Inrlalata all final.
nes matter of a private nature, iiostnes men who
will ntrat thstr eomnwrctal matters to as may always
cci fajc j eo no in;;. 'c siony toi inicreeis oi ottx
cllantaatallttm and advise on all bnilneu topics
cart folly, based en oat beat judgment.
la the Ueneral Dnslnus Department we attend to
everything In the Commercial line, inch as the follow
Ins. via t Book and accounts kept and adjusted accurately,
neatly and satis factortly, BUI Collectcb
promptly, and proceedtngf taken acalnit creditors
when compulsion required a "Dcedy aettirment; Legal
Papers of every description, fuco as Deeds, Bona,
Mortgages, Bills of Sale, Leases, Wills, Partaerfhlp
1'aoen. Aedrawn. ALSO AdrertlMmenl.Tfntlpa.
Anlcle,ConimnnlcaIlon and Correspondence written.
ALSO Memorial" dratted and Engrossed, Drafts,
Notes. Bills ftf Exchange. Lrttrrs of Credit, and Bant-.
Ing matter generally attended to.
All Orders Front the Various Xaltuids
Tons will receive promplncst. W can Purchase it
the Lowest Market Kate aod mach more rrasonable
than roa can. aad we Inspect erervlhlDg before we
bar and therefore It Is to yoar Interest ! vend your
order te a we then become responsible, aad the
tmall commission yoa par a laleis than what ynnr
mrhaes amonnt ia bnrin aa ron bara been dolnr
er All correrpondoice to hi we Uke pleasure lo
answering without delay.
Welnvltcereryoue to Inspect onr new and spacious of
flee and aa we liaviall our apartment worklngandera
srrtemalk rate with polite uil'Unu, central location
and special adyantaee for condactlng oar bnlnes we
feel that the commanlty at large will be gratified In
knowing that sach a beneficial instltaiiea ha been
es Uhlirhed where the want of all may be supplied by
Tour Mot Obedient Servant.
Wiseman & -Ishley,
General Duslucss Agents.
Campbell's Saw Slock, Kerthaat EL, Bsnolala.
r.u sox sis. i TEtEVnoxE ai7.
t P. Chriina aad New Year' Book
are ready aad. n app&MMi r by letter we wilt pre.
scat or Mad yoo mt. S5
Mr. Wlsenu and Mr. Asalrydslre to thaak the
public waerallyfortkdr libera!)) patrons r bsvtewed
mm them white trMnittr eMdvnn. U1h
Umrolnt as feneral Bovtaeta Agents and they trust a
LIBEBAL SHAKE ef patronjr fr Uc Bvwsrm la
fatsrt , It
I ar;v -
Av - , .
FOIt SAN FRANCISCO
The Al America Erlgantlse
Will hm Quick Dlipatch far abora port
Tm frtlsbt n pt.wisp. apply ta
M WM. O. IKW1X CO. Aid..
Tie Al Amcrcl, BlrK
l SST-- A T t ,V 7
J I- CR0SSLKT. CpUI..
Will Lcan for Uio above I'ort on or
nbont FF.n. Sth, 1881.
nYm Trtiski tnd TuMffS bailn: flae acrotDn
datlont . applr to
m CASTLE & COOKE. Aggil,
For San Francisco.
i . THE AMERICAN
Will hare ftnick Dispatch for tteaboviPort
Tor tt tight orpmLastpptjlo
ni C DCEWElt C3 . Astnli
itixi;. i t lOTinj.MiEn.
Will Irate Ilonolala each Taeadiy at i P. M for
Vakrna, Mahakoaa Kawalhae. Lanpay
hochoe and Hilo, Amrins at into early Taaraday
mnrniiizp. tun ittc linn ncu i nnisuar at noon:
Mahakona each Friday at 4 P. 51. : Kawnbav at 1 A. M.
ofatardjy;MakenaaOA. M.: MaIaraal7:A. M
and Labalna a 9 JO A. Mrcachla Ilonolala eh
til nrtla t a r tern onn .
rASaIN(JF.U T1U1K from Xln.il kill leave eacb
Friday at 1 1.M toeonarri with lb Ktnao at
Tbe KInaa WILL TOtCII at lloookala sad Paaahaa
on ttoten trip for Pammm. If a tignal I made from
tVbteamer KInatt will not Uie beavj frelzht for
Lanpabocboe. U-lit freight and packages onlr. All
heavy freight for the above port vtlllbcUkeo'by tee
tu.YMiniinr, t r oyiyi.t.Mlit.
tollowlvx dales atu
Tharsday, Dec.... WTbnrwIaT. Jan 31
ndar, Hec "I Monday. Feb II
irsday.Jan. Feb ...!
Monday, Jan ..IiMonday, March 3
Taking freight for Labalna, Mkalara. Makfna,
Kawaibat. Paankan. Ilonokala, Kobolaiele.
Ookala, lnpabneboe. Ilakalan. Paakaa,
TapalkoiuWalnakaand llilo Itetarning wllllotcb at
all the above ports.
All live Stock from Kanalhaemixt be hlpped by tbe
!lti:Zi:., t t UlHAMKIt,
Will leave Ilonolala each Monday at 5T. M., for
Pnkno, Unelo, liana Mikaalae, Klpahnln and
Han; and at Keanae every other eek
Hetnrnlng ill touch at Labalf a, Pukoo and
reacblar Ilonolala FrklaT 1. M.
STEAMER 'MO OLIF
TlrtJltLt.OIE, i : UlMIAMH;n,
Will leave Honolaln each Monday T. M for th
Oaha. ttillcoby wayof Walalaa, whenever
saffiflent Indnccmcnt oIPts, rctarning every
SsTThe Company will not be responsible for a'iy
aonal baggare onfeaa plainly matked. Not rrepona'l le
for money or Jewelry voles placed la chaig of the
All potable care will be taken of Live Stock, but the
Company will not asfnm any rfak of accident.
MAM L. ti. VILUEU, rruident
. 11. ROME, secretary.
OFFICE-Corner Fort and Streets.
Ilonolala, Dec 10, 1883. !WI
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Will Hun Itcgulnr for ICunn ami K;iu
Lean's Honolulu al 1 p.m. on
Taerdaf. Jan. BT
FrtdiT.frVb 1 Fridar. Match .
lOUaf.rCD. ........ UT aewiar, juartn
Arrives nt Honolulu on
Tnndar, Jaa... .........3,Tn.dar. alarcb.....
iriday, ib.... fjrm'.j. M.rtJ
leaves Honolaln every Tuesday, at 5 p.hl,
for Kawiliwili, Eoloa, Eleelc and Waimea,
Kauai. Eetnnibg', leaves Kawiliwili every
Stmr. JAS. TVTAKFiT;,
Leaves Honolaln every Thursday, .it 3 p. m.,
for JUpaa & Allan ea. Ketorning, Leave i
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. in., and touching
at Waianae both ways.
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
Leaves Honolulu Every Tuesday, at 4 p. m,
for Esksihaele, HonoKia and Faanhaa.
arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
Mr OITICE of lh CmpaDr. fuot al Kllaaca Street
ne.r lb. P M 8 H Wharf. 77f .
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE HPf.EMlin KTFUfXII.il
AliJ (li. ffplendld &t..ui,lt
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR Sid FfilflCISCO
Oa or atont Monday Jan. 21. ,
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
On or about January 27, 1883,
for Freight aod Faaaac, upply to
1c II. HACICFELD CO.. AceuU.
CAed for Ablpmeiatpr strainer ran uow
be Stored, Free; of Cluiixff.ln Fire-proof
vrnreboae near tbe SteRiwer Wharf.
Tho Agents here are now prepared to
l9ne Tickets lo San Francisco and I let urn,
Fult 81g3THE roi?ai nnr,
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week.
Frvm Jfeut York every 'Wednesday,
From Boston every Saturday ,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
S10, and 10O f.'old
Aceordtn to Accommodation.
KETUKN TICKETS ON FAVOILtBLX TEKMS.
Steerage.- .-.. 92s Currrury
Good ccomnrodatlnaa ojb alwaya be recored.
to WILLIAMS TJ1U0ND & CO..
rrJh'vnv tt Tirnrv a rn.
4 Bowling ureen, ji ew a 01
I. Paauamt. .t Vn Zaalaud
aud Honolulu The Canard UneaHird more than o
faeJUtles to throrth passmreri from
Mlity of delay ! ?w Yrk.
Crr0od Mconmndanon always reeenrea.
4 BowIIbx Oreen. NewTwlt
Tdr and Pitch.
c. nrEDi.it; . riii. surrrif caboi.ita
V'llt LIJI.. BLOCK VAK3W1I,
cAjioLtxarArt. ror oaio or
BY ORDER OF TKB JUSTICES
ot the Supreme Coart, Jakm W.Cram, Eaqbu
tall lay ten appelated Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Um tWond JidlcUl Clrealr. la place of WUliam O,
Atw4terliB, rcMgBed,)l"r.ClrTiaita'ld' aaft fwa
tho 1st eTrebraary, A. D. fL
wat I1KXRT SMITH, peyety CWfc.
l revetted by theCovtiftitloaaaitUe Statite
otthlsJUsxdoni,aaddMmtntltMeatIal to the
af Jastlee. 1 do bereby order that the rentar
term of tba ronrth JadleUlCireaJt t.baekjaf
11 bo hereby ttwtponed nntll WBDSJSDATi the
13th day if said Febrnary, A. O. UN. at W 'clock a. n.
Wllaera my hand and the Seat of Ut Bo
(ial) preme Coart of the UawalU Island, at
a. rjcAScis jvifn,
Mtn CWaf Jatiie rtr
Hikmt Sun. Hvpity Clerk. re St
SUPRKSIK COURT OY THE
wtlAnJadJ. Inlkoiaaueref Um baatrwo'ev
of AUCllIttALD n. KERB. Order of aottcoof
for proof of rlatm.
I pea tbe zertheeetltloaet Archibald D. Km
ot uonoiaiq larlDf klmtelf abaakropt'aad prtrlar
labadja1t.'atod aa anrh. ft la amI.h k wnVWi v
rebraary Iltb. AD. 11, at 10 o'clock a. a'ataiy
.Koow, noaolala, ba the Uma
and ale for creUltor of H j baakrapt to wove
their claims, also that the Marshal take potseaitira of
-aid property aad that UI onleT rib.
Hshen for tbret coosecaUrt weak laU IUwajui
Gat am atwupapev.
Dated llorolala. It. I. Jntth.1K4.
DKJ. II. ACflTIX.
Arrifr: Jastlee of the Stprrme Coart.
UtiaTSami, Deputy K9 4t
VPKKME COUJtT OF TUE IIA-
s waiian iianu. In the matter ef tbe bankraptcT
ELiailA C. MrtJASDLKSll wt.-,- iTi IVS
Hhnf rtt rtnfii.
t'poa the allng of the petition of Ellsfta &
1 of Ilonolala. declaring hlnaclf laalf mm m.
lag to be jutni a Kaaatapi, It la OTUCrrtT Oat WAl'
VAT, tbe ttb day or Febnary aezt, at say Chamber In
the Coart Kom,)n Ilonolala, at 10 o'clock a. bit
Uc Um aad place for adjadleatlas eald baakrapuy If
difpotrd, and also for creditor! of uid bnkraptH
pro their claim; al, that tb Marshal An mtaa
while Uke posclon of said petitioner's oropertv,
and that thU order b pabllshed for three sacteffslvc
weeks In to JUwartjM Uuim nenpaper.
Dated Ilonolala. II. I.Ju. "lb, TOCt
a. nuscis JUDD,
Chief Jastlee fapreme
IIivavr.arra.Depoty Clerk. m 3t
SUl'KKMK COURT OF TJIE
ILAKDa. In tb matter of JAMES
James W. Robertson of Ilonolala, havlag e-fore
the Hon. BenJ. II. Aastln, Jaatice of l Saomme
Coart and declared himself a baakrapt aa provldli tm
Section t of tbe Ctrl) Code, U was ihl dar ordered er
tho said Jnsttce that WEDNESDAY, the 1Mb day of
Jsnaary. A. D. lWt, at 14 o'clock a. m., l th Coart
room of the Sn preme Coart, Jloaolala, be tb ttite tad
place to hear and decide the qeestlow of baakraMey,
aad that notice d said bearing b pablliked la the
Hawaii; (iumi newspaper.
Dated Ilonolala, Jan M.)9M.
WI 11 EN It T UMlTlf, Depaty Clerk.
SUI'JIKSIK COUJIT OF THE
Island. In the matter t THOMAS B.
W ALKEIt, a Tolantary baakrapt, Before Jlr, Jistlce
Thomas B. Walker of Hoaolata. bavins; csae be for
the Honorable Benl. H. Aastia, Jastlee of the Snprem
Coart, and declarej himself a bankrupt at provided ta
Section !HC of tbeCtvtl Code. It wa this day ordered
by the said that THURSDAY, the lTtb day ef
January. A. D. ISM. at 10 o'clock a. m at th Coart
Hvom of thHapremeCoflrt,at Altlotaot Hal.
bo the time and place to har and decide tb
question ot bankruptcy aid that notice of snch bearing
be pnblishrd la tbelUwAtuir Uitxm newfpaprr.
. Depnty Clerk,
kj wailaa Island. la Probate In the matter of the
Estate of KALUANUAOLK kX of Molokat, dtcrtied.
Intestate. Before Mr. Jostles Aaitla.
Unreadlntjaad filing tb petition and accoaat of
Henry J. Uait of Honolnla.allesrtnj that Kalaaplhaole
k"I Kapeke, Molakaldled IntrsUi at said Eapeke
on the 6tb day of NoTrmber, A. I), 1883, and praying
that letters of admlalatratloo, lunetosome saltable
U 1 ordereil that MONDAY, th SSth day of Jaaaary,
A.D.lwa,atlDa. nu. be a&d hereby Is appelated, foe
hearing said petition before tb raid Jastlee. In th
Coart Room of tbt Coart, at Ilonolala, at whlca tlm
and place all person concerned may appear and show
canvlif any lhey hare, why said petition shonld not
h granted, and that thla order b pnbllsbfd la th
Enzllahandllawaltanlanraacea forthre aocceailve
weeks la the Hawaii UAiavTB and A new.
mnri In llonnlnln.
Dated Honolaln, II, L. Jannary til, A. H. IJM.
Attest- D E.N J, Jf. AUSTIN,
Ilnkv Sam?, Jaitlc ef Sasrrmc Coart.
Deputy Clerk. Wl St
cotrirr of tife
Inlands. In Probate. Io the matter of the
KstateofJAMEH WOODS of Pochne, North (Koaala,
Island of Hawaii, deceased. Order appointing time
for probate of Will and publication of ivXlc
uf tbe same. Before Chief Jastlee Jadd.
A document, parportlos to be tb last wilt and testament
of James Wood, deceased, having on the 4th day
of January. A. D. ISM, been presented to said Probate
Court, lad a petition for the probatf thereof, and for
Issuance of letter testamentary to Theo II. Davte,
Godfrey Drown, Tho. It, Walker and John Simmon
Otherwise known as John Maxnlre havtnz ben lied bv
Tbeo. II, Ha vie.
It I hereby ordered that FMDAY.t&e Sth day of
January, A. o. isw.at 10 o'clock a. ro,, of said day, at
ine "uoori uwm m aaia. vonrt.at Jiiiiotani iiaie, in
Honolaln, Island of Oaha, be. and the same is, hereby
appolnieil the tlm for proving said w 111 and aearlac
aalilaonllcatlon.wben and where anToerson Interested
may appear and conlett the raid Will, and thvgraattag 1
' ?TM I
ni, mat notice thereof be rieayf
tnree sncceaaive weeks, in theiuwai rjr
newspaper printed and pabllshed la s'
HENCE McCULLY. Ml ' T
It la fartberoraeri
ii aw UizriTK, a
Dated Honolaln, , lM..JiDaarvTtb. A.D. 14. VT
Attcttz Jastlee of th Siprea Court-
lltr Slim, Depaty Clerk. m S
SCritESIE COURT OP TIIEU3W
wallan Islaada. In IVobafe. In th mattrrtvlf
Estaieof JLL1CS V WANUENUEIM.lat efJlJ
lain, deceased. Before Chief Jastlc Jacil off 7
On readlBir and f llnr lb Detitlon andacevaata 71
F Dladedminlstratorof IbvciUteof JallaafV. J,,
ernhetm, latoof Ilonolala, deceased, wherela ) L
lo tw allowed and charRe himself lf M ej
and aska that tb tame may becvamlaedatd . l.j
and that a flnal order may be mads dHcharrV ,B'i"u'
his sarette from air farther respontlbllUy (. V.,
It I ordered. tbatTfESDAY,tet9tlr'f iJ
rnary A. II. IWU, at lit o'clock A. JC h,Ta J h.
Chief Jastlee, at Chambers, ta tha flfJ5f"l.hv
Ilonolala, be md the uraa hereby Ii tfilj Sff".!
mil :' for alM ntltfa .-" -IT
tbe Easllth langnage.b paMtihvlona Siherme
tljtxrrrE newspaper pnaieuaaar f
IIiirv Smith, Diputy
ournioiE cqvt5?nX&i! j.
Q MITnf VtVU ittr rioi
IT IS I1EBEBY OBB-.-S appcaW to tbe
January A.D.ltU,aDJIlu; W o'MlyU
be required In errf Coart berro the esse "
pelUnt to lb Clerk ttut j tb roll and District
entered un tb and reiat then to In
Th Clerk U direct i, appeal.
Judge of Uahnoftlt
lorm parties inteaui.KJ.blAJW JUSTBK. Clerk.
iiy oniir oi in voori. .
CUlIti:3IK COUKT iTTiTii, '
O waiian Islands. In the matter oftCTi
KUBEKT VUN OEHUIOFFEN, a voluntary ban km 7
and In the matter of the Estata at HiIritk. L
CHABBE an InrolaoUry bankrupt Order for elcctfon,
Where Jas. I. Dowsett one of th aaalznee elected
at a of cred'tors of tb abov held Dec
13tblW3 baa declined to serve is sack aialg&eeaod
whereas a petition has beta filed tinted by certaia
creditors ofsaldbaukrapt estates, praying that a new
election be held for tbe choice of an assignee to fill the
vacancy caased by tb refusal of th saldJ. 1. Dowsett
Now lherefore.lt I ordered that a meeting of creditors
who have proved debts against the said estate to
tbe amount of f '.TO or more h held at the nice or th
clerk of th Supreme Court In Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY,
the 16lh day of Jannary, A, U, 161, commeaclaz
at V o'clock a m. for the purpose of elretlojr aa assl r
ne of th aboie named estates to fill said vacancy and
that notice thereof be given by publication la tbe
Dated Honolulu, December 39th, 1883.
A. F. JCDD,
Au,t.:. Chief Justice Soprrme Coart.
11 any Harra. Depoty Clerk. Smst
SurnprK court of tjik
Island, ta Probate -la the matter of
thettrnf A. 8. McCALLUM, late of Illlo, Hawaii
deceased Before A. Francis Jadd, Chief Justice.
On reading and filing th petition and account of
Alex. J. Cartwrisfat, administrator of the Estate of
A. S. McCallnm. fat of llllo. Hawaii. deccaaetLwber.
in he asks to he allowed lOLW.iud tharreihimitlf
with fiZHUa and ask that the same may b examined
aud approved, aod that a final order may be made of
tUtrl ballon of tb property remaiala la atl hands tn
tbe persons thereto entitled, and dlecaarglnghlm SBd
hi snrrtles from all further responsibility as ssch
It 1 ordered, that FRIDAY, tha'thdayef
A. D. 191. a: iu o'clock a.m before th said Chief
Jastlee, at th Court House, at Honolulu, b and
the same hereby 1 appointed ss the time and
piare for bearing said petition and accounts, and thst
all person Interested may then and there appear aod
show canto If any they have why th same saoold net
In ni, nmnt miAnm i..v.
entfil"d to Ue said property. And that thl order. In
the Enclisb lanauage. be published In the Hawajux
lUtrm newspaper printed aad published la Honolaln,
Tor three successive weeks previous to the time therein
appointed for said bearing.
Dated at Ilonolala. H. L.tbl 77th day Dee AJMSit
Attest- Chief Jnstleeof the Supreme Court.
HrcnTSurrn.Depnty Clerk. rjoat
Jlortgagcpi Xotlce ol Forcclosnre k of Sale
TN ACCOIIDAJCK WITU A
X er of sale conuined la a certain made bv
hawalhoa and Xatbaanl to A J Cartwrlsnt. Trustee of
th Holt EsUtc. datM the 13th day of iforembcr, lSftL
m iiurr m, pajr nt notice IS BCrtby I
tbat laid mortgareo Intends to forrelote said mort'
iwr (wiiiiiufn ana upon aid Torectosi
ell at Dabllc anetlon at th aaleamnm nffS
uvhbii, tra )u.lai, in iiin oay or r'uwT ,l
at U M.ef said day, the premise d
mortzase at below s oeclfler ribedli'sald
rnrtner pamcturs can bjsbnfof Vr .
A. J. VASXWntZrtT m.'11 M
Premlaea to be srfd arftutd lilji
an acre.tn god ySfTaadePdVu"l?w
for a bouse hrt. "it m Jkei goodpS; i!a5,?to
rent and lafreo sad rffeVreflXIaS7 to fw
IntheSnpremejfconrt ofBritiih CoInmWa"
TX THK 3IA:TTKTt OFTIIK isSfSi
1 of KDWAItDjELLTtdeceJaelVad iTJffATE
.jUt. retlthm rV JUM JCOTT Aad'ie ftfteSSet
about tbe It day ef Anrll fan a7 '' ? died
claim to Jrf Cnarle f,.. W auXJa J!
Coart, or to " Dari A wilson, of UmZtlL "7
1etorlA. Aitaer J, tbe petitioner. ?S2 It"
tnoBtb from HfSlle hereof, aatherwla tk3fB ''
ir m .3. r ".t.t . .--. .Ttiai ati,
ow muiTu anu inv prnccnu iinrar Baia U.1. "
petlUooer, wbo claims to bv solely emiUM ihec.M,'
uairu id, bin urni rrrmBVT. a, u. iw.
ByordrvA JAMES CUABLElf FKEVO!
utm Kplstrar Sapreme Court. British Colt is.
Mortgagee'i Kotice of Foreclonre and
T3f ACCORDANCE WITH A TOW
L er of sale contained in a certain mortgage mar' by
Apiklaad XslocaoletitA JCartwrfrht ruitee ef the
Holt Estate, datM tb 1Mb dayof ember, UBS re-la
corded In liber T7.pas 1C Notlc I berehv vtvrs
that said mortmgee intends to forvctoa said saortzare.
lor ivmnra, w,wvT,aaw auvn ruu iimrrrMOT; Will
pel) st pabllc sncilnn u the saVsroost ef S P Adams la
IIrmlo.r.uMU.lDAY the 11th dayof Ftbntvry.mi.
at 12 M.ef said dar. la Brailaea drrifcf ( M
tnortjraz aa below specified.
lariwr paruciwri car p- naq er wr K Cattle. At
A. J. CAKTWRIOIIT, Mortgagee.
Premise to be sod are fltaated la Kaataes, Koobr.
poke. Oaks, aad consist of 15-10 acre of fat Kalo or
ltloLkad. some snider cnltivatloai. m bt
rznn: vsmut&iGSKi havixo
X beTi duly appointed Admlnlstratcf of the estate
of Antoae Itaasel of naojM,aVcvawd,wtth th WU1
annexed. BStiee la Brereln t .mwu ta all immaa m
claims fgalost tb maid tnj to ptearvt the eanM Jury-
MTiMu.ni wiib m jw trTT nrautrrs
eared by tvortrage or to th sndenigBett
wlihln six ncitki from tax! date thsreof or lhey wf II
be forever harred; aad alt persona Indebted lo mm!
ttlsrecetlfiedtoauke lm 1eayaeiit t the
vtkninel wr iajit.
Adn'r nttte of Aste MsbbcI, witb Win tnevaed.
?Iwltla, Ju. M, Mi. . 731 3a