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BOXOLULV JAXUAEril. 1M
There io rrent activity votJeeatoj in beilne!
rtrelraVeL. Sltliaarta tha nrcbna Twtltir in mini 4.
trade fib'n0wrr:rft(ilieiatn7 project ndr Vnj
beaten In tradt
circles. In retail trade the asaa! reactionary effect ef
iliebolldajriif dIrpenBt;aadcTdcTt rmrnthe other
uuuitB coming m vommrrciaiiy dhuhcm
hsa revived lb tpl article of Uawaiian export r
rtrlas from home pen 1 err f or rblnmettt lnroodrr
nlmfitlH. " J
A .Uane.al ventre which hit the to-Un;; of Col C
bpmkdf, r. r Low. Esq , ind Mr. Win. o. Inrta bu
taken root In this citj.vls UeefiabllshTneat or a
nwtnk. Tkc ratrrprlM ! one wlilcb wlU
be well lecrlred by nerehaiAa and the rommtiiltT
The arrivals since J it writiar theslto.
Mariposa and. UttbrirCetiaaifo.'roiB lian Pncltco
hmh with rnnl rarcaes, th former nrlnrtnr In ad
ditlon aBwU.er4aataIlmt (jtC.OJu; of the new llawa
Tbe departare emit let of tin sarfjwa, Elclnore
Discovery, V H. Diraocd all for Ma Fnctlrco and
the Hope, Dora Blabis and Amelia for lomber porta on
The r. St. b. s. City of I- da- from the Jvwil
vn the 20th Inrt., and the Alameda from baa Franc Irro
fn thgSM.T tt .. M-
tPOBT OP HONOLULU.
Jau -OSS Maripo, Howard, rrom Saa FnoeIco
isAm btne Cuntiielo. Cousin from tin r"nn
Jan V Ant k Me Yonnc MmmIx, (jreeit, for eralae
Am bktne Amelia, ewfaall. f or lortTwr ueend
1" Ambk LIlnore,Jeaka. for taa r"rane1eo
10 Am bk l"irvry, lYrriman, Ut ban rrantrsco
H Jtlmoad. lloadlett forS Jr"
13 Am bk. Hope, Tln hallow, for I'ortTowntand
IS Am term Dora Ilia am, for Fort Gamble
HU t Haripoea, Howard, for ban rrandco
Vessels in Fort,
Am bktae Jane A Fnlkenbars Goodman
Am bklne 1.11a, 11 owe
Haw bk Kale. Kotn! as
iYmi San FranciKo. jer 3f ariposa, Jan 91 all carco
inrrcnanaiee,rrOTiftobf, rroance ipocicrK
From Sin Frandtca, per Con."'!- Jan 13 A full
rargv raeral merchaadne and provlitona, A head lire
For han FranciKo, 1er EUinore, Jan 10 12) pkja
fat.S0bblaroolaaeat93boricc S!i bncfa
I piano, 1 ca bookf .
For San Ftanctico, per M 11 Dimwod, Jid
pkca eoxar, U bis jvnk.
. ner EI.
" r Hradrer and wlf e.ilrt Under ood, Mrt Way and S
For ban F:
II Ilandorf, Sir C haul
For KanaUper J Maker. Jan 10- Urs A 1' Jackson.
It CbpaldincOU rotter. W FOraat, rrami
from Matt knd Hawaii, per l'lanlcr, Jan 11 Capt T
Hmlth; urAtwatcr.Hon U W lllino.A Koci,A II
fmttb,H II lilcox, F Cny, F Tillman. U blUt.H
D Baldwin, Xln A 31 Mcjnoft.
From EahalnL. per Kllanea Hon. Jan IS CUhop V,'t
Hi and wife. OH Wood UnSObin U SI label, ffl
From San Franclaco pet Alarirosaj Jan V Clans
(prcckcl, e and S errnta Vim fa Irwlo, lira A
-rant, J D Urant, U II 3Iorrow, iliia Wilder. ML M
Brewer, V Opfercelt, O II Taylor and lfc, A it Howe,
li Tonciiard, II brlknap. U otnan and Iff, O Ilickok,
I U Landan. E Cowle. 11 W Mone. II F W Ullami
A It bpreckela. i W Xacfarlaiie and rerrant, lcv
rather Bouchard, W(farta,E Tucker, F Tillman,
11 nrton, K DTronry, J frhaw and
wtfc, i t. UnderblU, M Uartmberc lr H ( aid ell, J E
Rocker, lr I' Lnsaon, bam 1'arker iln O UcLane. ilr
Ieomann and child, Oeo Bell, Alitt KHakrr. iln r
lUstlars. 1 L lUmfdell. C iliclarlfloe, L li
From ilanl and Uoloka! per Lebna, Jan IS Iter
Father Itamicn, Mr kaleleoknn, wife and child A
FronT IIamaV.ua, per C R Blalion. Jan J K
31I1U and diDsbtcr, Ut M JUcard, J Hatly
From ban Franelsco, per Connehi, Jan 1J Hrf H
Turner and eon. am J Qnlnnc, WrU Mmmon;. Capt
UMclhraaldandwifcUSblaytor.C Fratt, F Brown,
J II X cBonald, 1' Brana-an
From'Ulndwardl'orlP.pcr Ktnao, Janl3WR
It Lewen, Mrs J Kaai, e) 1 W ahlhennt, II V Bald,
win. 11 LornnelU W 11 Balky, Ueo Klcbardron, J W
Kalna,RCatton,C Won-.W V Homer, J llcllade
tor Wlnward per LtLeltke. Jan liWJoj,TV
Irlestner. 8 Taylor. J Lrnch. t Conn el L XV EbllnL
fi rnnn uuuna per tnue JHrrnii,an 13 li Tnnon
find aon lilr Atwater.
a tor Kanini,perKlianeaiioa.Janil xt iTaiffT
u n ivaiua,v j rati, o .uacaaicT xinniuctr
filey J Bennett, J hcanf, U cOtttr lIl'vok,F
for ban Fnnclnro, per Uarltwoa, Jan I Cohn. G
ncnam, itt Mon, a u blue. t. v anna, jura t n
Kcaiacii,fcu nicker n,iunaaie vapi
ton ocnraiui ana wiie.v L,jant, u irrrer jura i
fcnann, A bpreckrl? AOHlccot.Ei Oorhow Lapt
and SI teerae
till- cilT on Hie fib
t, at the reldenr of the bride p another tmma
byKer.ueergenaiuce t uaurEirrtn
r Tantivo.to Jl t I l nriFttharen,
In ban anrlwo.Dee.
aUcTAKLiKK or Jlonolnln,to miliuax
i In bjn FranclKO Bee lnKa
nt Mr" faffWlod wlfenf A Uartenber. and mother
lifaeuK4irlot ban Fianciwn and J&rt Cha J
andaittetof Jtrs S, trotuuann.
cni nis irnlHWivi inlnIn,Jantiary ctli, 11, Jotritj
nonihil aHkfV AMice 31arcu
. " nan .ninnnw
aronwlf lt TfJn CaU and New ork bpanth
Tj irttli Cingmi . U C Dec 23d. 18(3.
tom.om tl m.. imblcd according to
thf oV 01 mis monin. iteiog
weeks fn ,., wfcHfts filled for two or three
faces frurj thP j e of new and familiar
lha rmblie mt. -n. west, anxious to pet at
the "Alajor, imattachi !C."llie "Colonel, and
Ew to be seen in notn
tanranL On thi.i and before every res
tbej swept down un aT, MWO! toe "swearing inland
capitallikeAsani) j, settled on the
irradiaUng every nMgtt .Joy and whisker
Arkanaas the ah me traveler irwn
em mode of aalotauon, 7 l favorite
Oeorgta, saying Mour time from
have had it their ownw; J w 00, tho yonkces
lntlrnnitvfor thivir alavea and 1 the long pears, run,71
rrally were openly juwken ofaa Hlm4nM fMh.
01 the eiecuon 01 a e natural result
The session began xt tw
lerriew, began to ' fiU rfclre o'clock, but the gal-
" """ iiBap at tight, and by len wero
yffeciftv Van tUo crowd in the hafls, ootiudo
the various trances, was solid and for an hour
faintinfr was the order of tbe da v. Momen and
children were carried out unconscious, and others
took their place, only to meet the same fate. A
trench army officer, who with h. party were
hopeleaaly wedged into the jam of ople before
the door of the diplomatic gallery, aud it reminded
him of the Commune. Finally as the clock
struck twelve the members took their icals and the
, gavel fell After they had been svorn in they
proceeded to, elect llr. Carlisle of Kentucky, as
bipeaker Vy JT kind of refined cruelt) tbe usage
s for the defeated candidates to conduct the successful
one to the chair. The title andtaany of
the functions of our breaker are borrowed from
the usages of the EugliMh House of
Their Speaker does not have so much tower as
oars, but what he lacks In that respect be makes
op tn excessive dignity and the deference known
him. When he enters or leavcathe House tfadroace
is borne before him Our
Speaker does not enter or lean Ue House,
in shaping Iegiuori,aiidscoojil in
rank in the nation, in the patronage at his
and third in official precedence on btatc occasions,
in any such style, bet literally at the t?
vTmlfll in his room, which is attached to a te-phone,
and connects with one in the House. hea
an English Speaker retires from office, he is cnn
ally knighted and receive- a pension for life. V
roNfrw, our bpeakcrs take with them only the gal
the? have used as a reminder to their families and
future generations of deseendents, of the honor
they have enjoyed. The next event of importance
waa the reading, on the following day, of the Fres
Ident's message, which you will have seen before
this. Especially that part of it which alio Jcs to the
lteciprocity Treaty. Thefactlhattherresideutls
f nendly to it however, docs not have as much real
significance an jocr verr sanguine Minister, Mr
Carter attaches to it. The 1 'resident's liking or
disliking a meaaure, has very little effect on the
votes of either House. Mr. Sprockets n me as a
part of the combination which proposes to control
Congress, will inftoence public opinion nnf stot
ably the other port being the Mormons, the Mississippi
river appropriation people and the whiskey
men. It is claimed by bpreckels opponents that
the treaty exists for his benefit; That he raise
and owns all the bugar on the Hawa un Islands;
that he has a monopoly of the trade and has made
in the saving of duties alone, not less than
$300,000 a year. It is also stated that he
pays the Pacific railroads, a yearly subsidy upon
condition that they fix the freight rates on
,thragar at such figures that they arc proLihitory
from the East. One of our
71 1 TLtSiSl10"111! ,J "The treaty under which
S'l.fWamVuT1 Bis wonopolv exists now simply
?!r?.tw5cS,5blt a b" abrogated by notice
i!rthei?niments interested. An
l7. wif i2aStj&V' ng refiners and
Au'?. . '.i t 111 this actrVnoro led in very
. . .- ri.ticul
WI. - .? r..l.Hl hns RlDCfl lBaocd
"f.u. Mr. cuuue ol Nf V"k to Vhe MniDd
. f.. T?ivrm
"""yT" "."tiXL rioii&cKi.h.
p.m.uu navuiK of rtevrto !
.. ... . .
lt U raw mare uT '- ---.. ,--
ESbT. and wie raanne. of working. bjijig
rTmoed In the comine contest, 1 te or
liirankeroCTit of ihe week eveft has
SSil lime KO where Matthew Affirfj lecture
mt iurx & Science" and also on Emerson.
V?.trVe criticism of Mr. Emerson is Tery
deal of MfeebniV iwrecullv in lioston.
alPV&t to believe in Emeraon u to put yourscU
".Aim irw nai iiowFVpr. noiwiLnsuuuimiT a
i many disparaging remarks he did say that
tenon was the friend and aider of those who
1 un in the sptnv loan w wen, niguer praise
otbeciven His comrUint that oar Ameri
can universities, as for instance, Cornell, gaxe
rnore attention to fitting its students lor the ac
tive prolessioiis, as, engineering, man me 'pursuit
uCySweeUioss and light. is Tery amusing
The wonderfal sunset which have been taking
place daring thit month otct a creat part of the
world teem to have been more splendid nowhere
than tn this vicinity, which has always been
effects. On three
nights, the heavens were for an hour after
sorset of a clear blood red, as if the muTtne were
on fire; other sunsets were followed by an intense
' luminous green all over the the western sky. others
again, had wondcrf oi pink rays like those of the
shooting tip into mid-heaven
against an opal sky, full of light, and lasting for
two boor 'after the ton had disappeared. The
son riven for these ecrcubvasironrrnura.ia
4t the earth is wrapped in tbe tad of a comet
, ox iciz,wnien is approacning. tnough with
lined Fpletraor, the head only being visible
tl requiring to be seen through a glass.
ffienL want of air. nedentarr
Vd brain and nerve tire, trust in Hop
a. ; 'r
The List ol Gizmz subscribers who hare lieen
Tftxirma their papers throofih 51r. it W.
Kobertaan &. Co (who hare sMpended ) will in f
be supplied direct from this office, from and
afttf the 1st January. 18H: All Uiose who widi to
dwconUnne will fJease notifj ns to that effect. This
office Till eharpo all as new subscribers from the
1st tost. Those who haTe paid in aJt&oco will
haTo to arrauce with the assigneea of J. A -
HuboTt Ulia and wife retomed to tldi cut j on
the 12th tenant, from tbeir Ttait to Kahnlni.
The week or pmTer held at the Fort lircct and
Bethel churches ended on the 12th
St. Albania Collefie has had an accession of members
daring the week and Is endentlx Krowinr in
HerrBaoilmanniswrUeomretent to repruBcnt
Miylock, at least so thtnk all who haTo become
acquaint cd with him.
A new farce the" Oentlemanly Lyons ; or, the
theroaR Man waa latelj prodoccd nnder the
pairoosgeoi uie worernmenu
Air. MacAe ha bonoht unt the intfrpal of Air.
llorner in the Kflaoca llantation and will BhortJj
use op residence there again.
Stiecuuen of tba new eoin. nnaxtcr and Lalf
dollars, are now in circulation, Tho
do not meet with pcneral faror.
The moontoi police are reported tube ahuotto
irarei jor tue laianu oi iiawaiL sorcij iney narc
indicated in lionolola Iocs cnoDgh.
Chas. J. rhil has inst oncned a beautiful line
of macrome cordVaa well as a foil line of ladies and
Kcnts silk hosiery and underwear.
Credit uuKt be given to the police for their
on benday. They were by far the finest
body of men in the funeral procession.
Tho regular monthly meotmj; of the Mission
Childrcn'B hoaety was held on the ereninc of tbo
lrth instant, at the residenca of 1. C Jones jr.
The Hand concert at Emma Square, on the crcn
inc of tbe H th insU, was well patronized, and tha
boantifal erenin was an adjunct to tbo enjoyment
of the music
Ity ofEcial notice it U lairoed that the Hawaiian
Court co into foil mourning for four weeks,
from the Oth mat-, out of respect to tho memory of
the late Gonraes of llawail,
The well-known barkentine J. .1. yaliinimiy
will probably no longer ply between han Francisco
and this port, after this trip, as bqo is to be hold
on her arrival in ban Francisco.
Dunn the absence of Mr. A. 0. Ellis, at the
Coast, Air. Lewis LcTey will assist at the sales
held by Air Adams, maUnc his first appearance
under this palm branch on the 18th instant.
After a final shiftioc aud setthns the latwt
ralaoe ticket contains the names of the following
centlcmcn as aspirants for legislative honors J.
L. laulukon, James Keao, E K. Lilikilam, J. T.
The comet i to bo Jiocn in the WLStern ftkT a
little after snnact, This is an old fnend of tho
earth's, it is said, and paid m Tisit to the solar
system in lot; At present it is distant one Tery
XiASt FridftT tTPninp Lanil concert at Emma
Square afforded Ucrr lierger an opportunity to in-
irouuoe anoiner newuece. a clarionet bok en
titled bootch Melodies. The performer was
J 123,000 more of the Uawaiian coins, qoarler
ars,3rriTedpcr Marian, they will be fotrnd
quite useful for purposes of change. If not soon
inued, however, the people will hare to go back
to the original shell currency.
On the evening of the 14th instat G50 o'clock
the north western sky presented a most
api"rance, that portion of tho heavens being
Illumined with a deep red color like the reflection
from a great conflagration.
Mr. Z. 1. Squires1 address before the Working-men's
Union has been eagerly seized upon by the
ban Francisco c7m7 and the matter coaauned
in it has been twisted and tortured to suit the
views of that amiable sheet.
Marshal JVrke has now two restaurants in his
charge, the "Windsor" and HonoIoIu, tlui proprietors
of which hare followed in the footsteps of
the Illustrious M Count llobcrt" of the
and are now bankrupts.
Mr. Thrum has occupied his new quarters 10 the
Campbell Mock. They necm admirably suited for
Mr. 'J brum's purposes. Those desiring articles of
business stationery will find an excellent selection
well displayed in the new store.
Dividends have latelv been declared bv the In
bteam Navigation Co C. 13 rower t Co.,
E. O. Hall, and the Hawaiian Carnage Co. stockholders
should not delay in walking op the Secretaries
offices and receiving their pcrquisitt.
The juniors comprising the Ecbpso boat club
met at their rooms on the evening of the 11th inst,
and elected officers for the ensuing term, as f ol
lows; president C Hold win, vice president IL
Mossman; secretary W. Dower; treasurer It.
The Ecv. Father Bouchard S. J. delivered tho
first of a series of special sermons for English-
speaking people, at the Itoman Catholic cathedral
on the liih inst. ; the attendance of foreigners
was very large and tho address was most impres
Iho Ice Factory yesterday resumed the manufacture
of ice, after its temporary interruption, to
repair some damage to the engine Fortunately
for the public tbe weather has been quite cool,
and the want of this luxury has not been so
The following already greets the ej cs of visitors
to the United States Consulate. "All fees in this
office must bo paid in American com or its equivalent.
" A schedule of the rates at which coin
will be taken is appended: What is the rate for
the Hawaiian silver?
Tho way orders havo been "sloshed" round was
seen last Sunday. Their name was legion. Why
are not the names of the recipients published T
There is no fear thit any one will refuse them the
right of w&ulng tne decorations as was tbe case-with
Two of the "white-winged messengers that ply
between San Irancisco and this port, tho It. .
Ihmvnd and J;rwrp left this port on the 10th
instant, each bound to arrive first at the Golden
Uate. Doth vessels have good records for speed
and the winner is doubtful.
The schooner Ltila arrived off port on the I lth
instant, with her flag at half-mast. Inquiry
revealed that tbe captain, a native named
died while en route topoiL The deceased
was well known amongst merchants and
had many friends amongst his own countrymen.
The following officers of Polynesia Encampment
No. 1. 1.O. O.Fh were installed at Harmony
.Hall, Friday evening. January 4th, AL 1)
Monsarratt, OP.; E. C. Kove, HU.; W.P. Crooks,
Senior Warden; James Simmons, Scribe; E. T.
E. wells Peterson, ireasurer, I. J. rtagic, junior
IL Ik M.s shies Heroine and Cottftaitre arc ex
pected to meet in Honolulu Harbor in February.
The itnit4 is booed for a cruise in tbe South
Pacific and will not remain long in oar port, bat
the Comtamrt will probably make a long vixiL She
will be at the service of tbe British Commissioner
to make a tour of the Islands.
The present cool weather, the thermometer
nightly showing CJ has had a most beneficial
cflect on sufferers from IxtoJmo fever, and general
torpidity. Some of the old residents, however,
seem to consider that they haTe experienced very
rold days especially since the failures of
& Oom McCandlcss, W alker and Kerr.
The Jannarv number of the Plan ten" Mont hi
t to hand and quite up to the usual average, Ihe
editor gives ns thoughtful articles and careful
selections. Month by mouth this Alagazine is
advancing and taking its place, not only in Honolulu,
but in the world, as the exponent of views
upon sngtr cultivation and sugar interests.
Tbe cavalry reluming from the fancral last
Stnday were a sight for the gods. They
k to gallop down lull and the exhibition of mismanaged
lances of which the owners were fairly
of nid. for they came perilously near their
heads, was affecting. The spectators langhcd
and wen the mmgtry saw the joke and joined
in tho cachination.
The coming birthdays of Messieurs the Minis
tcrs shield be added to the Government holidays,
i.i i iii.t of Hi Mftfejitv and other
roemhei; of royaltv, that is, if they have, like th
local apastle of "Eddication," the power to proclaim
thur birthdays as holidays for the schools.
why are not the uoveramem oiuces aiao uww
on the occasion r
It is reported that the police had information
lately with regnrd to the location of a targe quan
tit of opitm, about 1J00 tins, but tho law's delay
t)itnnTmpTi!nf Oi raidim? naitv in
such a manntr, that, when the descent wis made,
the opium was gone, and the raiders wera "left.
J3y tbe way, the Customs officers have not had a
record nf a seizure for a long time 1
Uy the the long expected part owner in
the A"j. EC. Alaclarlane, arrived and
he has already set himself to work In an endeavor
to bnng order out of the chaos formerly existing
In the principles of that newspaper. Mr.
is welcomed as a brother journalist and the
hope Is expressed tkat he may aceorcrUdi his desire,
to "build up a profitable business by purely
Br the steamer Vf,pw, 'rhich armed in port
here on the 3th inst. from Han Francisco, Hono-
InTn sftftin rmeirp (VI ami Mrt Snreckels. Air.
Adolpb Sprecke's,AIr.and Mrs. Shaw, CoLMae
f arl ine, Mr. W. G. Irwin. Hon. Sam Parker, Gov.
t. x . Jjow, aits. 1 rank Hastings and jiis i
Makce. The body of the late Mrs Catherine
Makee was also brought forward on tbe steamer.
T Hawaiian llcmnna Ksvit hplil an ad
jouined meeting at the hall of the Y. M. O. A. on
the evening 01 tne im nut. Aiu ntue ouw
was transacted beyond the election of some twenty
applicants to membership. This organization is
douig a good work in a qnutrinobtrasive manner,
which should commend uaeif to tbe fnend of
dumb animals in the cojumunity, and their aid
and influence should be provided to further the
objects of the organization.
Ihe first Uawaiian half-dollar pastwd at par.
was taken at the box-office of the Musio Hall on
the evening of the 10th instant, by Mr. Henry Williams
IbejTB f?M treasurer. Air. C IL Buckland
who was the manager of the entertainment The
Women of the People,! prelected the coin to t
MtH Ijoulse JJeaudet, of the
combination, and that lady enjovs the satisf action
of hanng in her possession the first Hawaiian silver
half-dollar placed In circulation.
The newly organ ized lodge of Knights of Pythits,
Mrstie lodge 1 o. received Its charter on lha 10th
from D. 8. C. David Dayton. The officers
elect were then installed and are as follows I. C,
J. J. WilliAmr, CO, J. A, Uassenger V C W.
G. Ashley; 1 J Jk. Barrel; IL of U- and S Joseph
E. Wiaeman; mToI F H. E.Tieboard, AL of .,
Henry DavU; AL at A W. J. 0 IL AL
Fuller, a Q- W. Brash; V B. Oat ad Vf P.
Messrs. Fred lUgot and Frank 1106 left
laoooiaia jesieruaj wwrawu by Uhe teamcr
nnnnwanwnnnnnttTnwaBBwiBawnwnwunaa - - nnnnnnwnnnnnnwlnnnlnBnannnnnnnlWelnnwaannnniBnnnnnnnnnM
Tr.afiH fur Hawaii, tn canvass the Tie dlTtCtOTT,
They will land at fxona thence go
to Kohala and Hamakua. RetarDinc they will
make the tour of the island to Hawaii. Tho work
promiaes to be thoroughly accomplished, and the
enterprise and its projectors are reeommeniedto
ice consiaernuon m o i""""! jui V"r" w
Hawaii. Messrs. Hagot and Da free will proceed
lo Maui, Molotai and Kami
tk -, .Minft ktr. Tl. Lvons. DUblisher -if tho
lDCOUlI4Uai BC1 1V(U1 l"t ko l--
"certain tnalicions and libelous writingvreflecUng
upon ndrdsion rendered ty the Chief Jastice of
this Honorable Court, in, a matter then pending
in the Supreme Court tending to bring this Honorable
Court and tbe administration of justice
into ndicule, contempt, discredit and ocium.
Sir. Lyoni was held free from all responsibility in
the matter by the appearance of Mr. John Sheldon
who acknowledged that he was responsible fox the
appearance of the article in question. The Court
reserTcditsdecisionj Anfy &IWm.
Mr. Chas. Warren Stoddard writes f rota San
lie. anil lira. Josecll GlUmCr With
a comedy company msv bo eipected here try the
Xarijn on February 7th. Mrs. Gnsmer under
her stage name of rhcebe DaTis is as
a talented Of Mr. Griamer it Is sufBeient
to say that be is a thorough fnvonte in San Fran
cisco, mat many 01 oar lsi&nupvuiJiQuaiDiwrvu
seen him there and that he comnuuids bqcccss; hs
is a thorough painstaking actor and a courteous
gentleman. The company propose to prodace
some of the Tery latest comedy succesfies It is
to be hoped that this project will not fall through
and that Honolulu may enjoy a brilliant theatrical
season. Oar citizens are willing enough to
tbe theatre if any thiDjr good is offered.
The case of the King vs. Grant and Kerrigan
lor nggravaioa amuiuii on toe ponce oiuccr.
tried at K&naa last week, and the defend-
ants were each sentenced to pay a fine of $100,
and to imprisonment at hard labor ior one jetr.
They appealed tho case to the Circuit Court.
A native woman living in Kapahl had been sick
with fever, but under the care of Dr. Walters had
begun to improve, and was apparently nearly well,
when two native medicos (kahunas) were called
In, and unfortunately in addition to the uaal
harmless incantations and prayers to tho heathen
detu they prescribed a bath in cold water. In
a few hours the woman was a corpse.
A corresnonderit writes: M One of the candi
date for lefnalative honors made a speech to bis
would-be constituents at Wairaea lately. In which
he commenced by announcing himseii a leper.
To what denths of infamr rami the Hawaiian
people nave descended &en true perception 01 a
horrible disease comes to be regarded as a
for a candidate for public office. In
Ihfl nlare nf tminnr allowed to ran around
ing the district for Totes, the man ought, to be
on um own public comession anu uunuicu
off to Kalawao without delay.
The ILiltwa. Union. HawL Star and ItiulU mills
are grinding steadily. 1110 nouaia sugar
commence wora shortly. r
An amateur tthotocrapher in Kohala his com
mrneed nnnting nispnouis on largo eiegsni ciu
edged cards. 1 he edgings look very nice
llr. Godfrrv llrawn. our Kohala candidate for
the legislature, has arrived in tbe district and commenced
an energetic canvassing. There are mx
native aspirants for the same honor in the field
against him. It is to be hoped that Mr. Brown
will prove victorious.
There is a strong movement on foot among the
natives to make Dr. Hond, who is very popular
among them as also with tbe foreign element, the
resident Government Physician for Kohala. A
number of petitions have been forwarded to the
Hoard of Health to that effect.
The fair in aid of the Kohala Anglican Church
was held at the Katopihi Hall on Thursday evening
the 10th instant and quite a sum was realized.
Ice cream, cake and all sorts of good things were
t litre in abundance and every one present spent
the evening memly. Several beautiful tableaux
from "Cinderella' ere exhibited which reflected
groat credit on the ladies who got them up.
The Gazette's Paris Letter
THE CBEiL QVESTIOS.
I'AEis, December Gib, 1863
Though it be something like a hope against hope,
yet people hug it all tbe same that of desiring a
tiny victory lor Prance on the high road to
so as to satisfy her amour proprt, permit of
concessions being made, and an arrangement to
remove a atMMt Mh, ejected. Hut if the Chinese
go in for also, and maintain, as in
the Koal.lja dispute with Itassia, a no surrender
attitude, it is unknown what catastropltes may
issue. 1 he French people do not desire war; they
lament, that under a republic as nnder royalty and
empire, their government cannot keep them out of
not water, uesmes were is me snaaow 01
that falls across France, and possible
in Algeria of Mussulman's fanaticism;
tbe French feci all such is quite sufficient without
being involved with Celestials, Malagasys and Con-
coans. A war with China t regie, would raise
difficulties with Europe and the United States, that
the wiseet hands feel pain when reflecting thereon.
German bankers hold heavy mortgages on the
Customs receipts of tbe Chinese open ports; France
has no depots of provisions, or coals for her ships,
iu the Far East, her commerce may be swept away
if China issocs lAtfrrt dt Ilarqn', and a large
soldiers must disturb the home
orramzations, planned, not for cither little or
great foreign wars. People talkfamiliulyof a
general war next p pring as the only real solution
for the times now ho much out of joint The au-mm
ImrwltB I list liaa BtTfrBm'fi lik tnptfYir (n
the troubled air," the last few evenings, is evidence
' strong as proof of holy writ" for many easy
going ooU. More serious is the fact, that
people are resorting to reels, and taking in
sail, as if tht storm signals had given the sublime
warning. It is currently credited, that England
intends nvt to allow either Franco or China to
Atam out of existence. If the Itcd Itivcr
a not left a free international route, sbo will de
mand the idandof Haihnam, as hex slice of the
protectorate pudding as a coaling station,' and
thus commands Sulina, mouth of a future Danube,
rne sea qcestios.
Kcpccting the Suez question, one gxxl sign
about tie dispute is, that less Chauvinism is mixed
np with tho debate. 7he opinion is gaimn,zgroand,
that in the way of making concessions M . de 1
seiia will fiooa hare- only Uobton's choice. The
only difficulty lies, in the the
councu 01 auminufLrauoa. id an fjpiiui canai,
and keeps tho speculation alive by contributing to
four fifths of tho trafhc, to be left out in the cold?
Hermexcanule wteroftfi, at Iirst did not believe in
the feasibility of the project, but when its
was demonstrated, thoy patronized it. People
did not abandon high roads till locomotives
Fettled tbo matter, Wc take advantages where we
can get them. Ilie MahdTs advance docs not
tdftAaa the French, as it implies henceforth tbe in
definite occupation of Egypt by the English. The
former certainly would find a pretext for a flight
Into Egypt after the departure of tbe last High
lander, and would willingly give up Aoniin,
and the Congo, for liberty lo squat on the
The decided, that there is no neces
sity to immediately rcviso the Constitution. For
once, at all events, tho patricians caa boast they
are one with the nation. The Anarchistri are still
of opinion, that the only way lo be rare: first,
society at Itrge, and next France, 13 to kill right
off the middle clashes, make a target of every man
with means. Sonw of tho Anarchists who havo
put in their six months in the Prison,
for indulging in political literature of the inflammable
type, have not returned converted.
1 hey are more hardened than ever, A fresh batch
of writers and orators Iiave been
sent to the same gaol to cease to do enl" which
in certain to be assured dtuinc their incarceration;
but a for ''learning Jo do well," auch is hopeless.
The Prison is commenting to ac
quire onco more notoriety. It is the "stone jag
for editors nnd lame docks.
Inhere are three classes of prisoners, Ilia editors
do not work and who are not called upon to sup-
turt themselves: the babble iinanciers wno can
avoid working by paying 7fr. a fortnight for the
exemption, and the workers, who gain one sous
day pocket money to dustpato in the canteen.
5er latter in prison costume, and have for vacation
the fetes and Sundays.
By paying four sous a day, an editor h is a right
to a room where only two other prisoners sleep,
lie can pass bis days in chit chat ; can get special
out leave occasionally, and can live like Dives,
though luxuries are strictly forbidden. There are
three fags for the execution of errands ho aro paid
following a special tariff. Prisoners are allowed
to see visitors on Sundays and Thursdays, in Iron-railed
off parlors: a warder, called nlogemr or
"baker." calls each prisoner as he is wanted. Except
debtors to the State, there is no imprisonment
for debt in Franco since ISO, and if ture is no
room io the "Princes department, tho unfortu
nate editor must lake witn tne acta,
was the favorite prison, its
ettts, where Napoleon L, sent all who displayed no
admiration for his policy: Napoleon III-, after tbe
eop d etat, incarcerated in Ibis prison VA deputies
and 00 dangerous citizens. Louis X7III., a few
days alter ills restoration, lmpnsonea ij
who exhibited no admiraUonforBtorbonism.
InlSU,whcn Ahrumdcrof liuasia entered Paris,
be set free all Napoleon's pruwncrs, replacing them
by lacltu'wltn deserters. chiefly Polea. itwaaon
quitting this"pmo3 for the scaffold, that Madame
upland rTr.I.timed. OhI Ubcrtv. what crimes are
committed in thy name. Josephine de
later Empress of tbe Fren,ib, was
Tie same establishment
had within its walls, B ranger the
poet, 1. I Courner, Cavalgnac Eamcsinais, Felix
l"yat, IroudhenfIJlanquIandl,ochefolt. In 1305, in
Cavalgnac and IS codetenus escaped. Baron
t'reack fashion, having borrowed a I run CO feet
long; the Count deBichmond who hoisted to be
the son of Jjouis XVL, also escaped. The last in
this hue was an Englishman, Thomi is Jackson;
he hoisted himself on the roof one witicr night
and went down on the other aide, bade tbe sentry
Thsi ihftai den Itallens has had maiir ups and
downs in Pans, becauao it could nevei count for
iicrinincnt suppoi t on the French who prefer their
own school of music The Italiens Its just re
opened after six years of sdenee,witb Verdi three
actopera A quarlit of
ago this work was a failure at Veni se: however,
in ISil, Verdi rctonebed it, and it iras brought
oat at la Scala, at Aldan, where it captivated
all who heard it. much of this succors, and the reversal
of the judgment of the Venetians, was doe
tn tlwt admlralila aincint? and actinif of Meson.
Alaurelandlszkercd Madame Fida Devries,
three incomparable trustes wno urcrprn toe
opera here. Aa in the case of 7rer'rt, tha libretto
is Tery no so. Tho plot is laid in Genoa about
inT; Tiesqne. 19 a patrician, Simon f occanccgrs,
is a pleb, and a corsair who has done t ke Itepubbc
some service : both are candidates for She Office of
Doge, bimoahas seduced tbr daughter of
whom he had om child, a love tygirL Tbe
xnoUft U taken back by her father an 31 tea in the
palace: tne cuiuz u aaopieu unauownmsij vj
IleMue. and Simoa. is elected Doge- The music
is neither the best nor the worst, written by 1 1 erdi
it belongs to nis nenirai siyie. aueurR
anHmniilnfinneh of that TjUintive music
of which erdi has the secret. The third act,
where Simon and Fieeque are reccmcC fed, Is fall of
pathetic and gracciui ju vym u
wtll pat oa the stage, bat perhaps- the tera
tftttimt is as much due to the arurtesaaa to the
with tiro important
striQdling plots; one, where an inquiry office, tbe
"private kind, concocted widenot for an old
lady who desired to bt separated fron hex husband
and cho5 for their victim, the yotmg. pare and
Innocent wife vt dons Hugues,tti poet-deputy
for Marseilles. Tiwyoangwcplo intended
the cJamnUtorsthetaselvel, by xaeana of
a revolver but better leave the BOojindraU to the
ti,. af.w.; .1 Ttara nfilairiMl hats full of
money, to found a royalist ar d religious colony to
Oceania, at lort Breton, 2? era- Ireland. It turned
out to be ahomble delnsioBandaAre,ai the
few survivors caa testify. The Marquis, wto is
safe in the dock happay, elected hirnseU Xing,
nnder the title of Charles I," and by "divme
nght;" he ordered to shoot airy colonist who questioned
his title. . . ,. , ...
The number of suicides tu distressingly )Tal,
the chief causes are, misery and disgust of life.
Ihera is one hasty less in Iarish attempted
to murder three persons who dispnea witn
tC MniH.nr tnr tTiAilARirnrtionof ratshas
been hoist with his own petard: he sold the skins
of hit tikes: the latter were removed by letfoa,
bnt when a rat was espedall fat, he made it Into
ocp, forgetting the flesh had been penscmed. The
authorities, sausaeu ma. Araencaa i" i
neither Amoncsn nor English people, have
to its to France. Pad de
Cassagnac remarks all the same, that the rjonatry
is not going to the pigs but lo the dog- ...
A society has been formed to keep Osmbetta s
memory gnn in the aoral of France, The Municipal
Council has ordered the portraits of Napoleon
t II ami bla I'mnrru tn be removed from the Hotel
de die and sent to tbe lumber room of Sovereigns.
FTJNIJRA1 OF HRH
1T, fnn.nl nf llm tats GoVtraSJt of UaWSli.
Princess KekanUke took place from her residence
on BereUnia street la tbH nly on Sunday afternoon
tbe 13th instant. Daring the time elapsing
between tbe death of the Princess and tbe hour of
the fancral, a guard of the Itoyal Troops had performed
watch doty and tne usual native ceremonies
connected with the demise of one of high
rank were performed by many mourning f rienos.
At 2 p.m. tbo final prep irations for the procession
h.fi n mmnlridl. arol. as the minate cans.
fired from the water battery, boomed out their
farewell, the cavalcade proceeded from the house
en rOTtcto the cemetery.
The rrocession, preceded by Captain Mehxtens
and the undertaker Mr. a E. Williazas, both
mounted, proceeded along BereUnia street to
N'uuanu and to tho Mausoleum. A body of foot
police under tbe command ol Captain William
Tell formed the advanced guard, then came
Parke and a cavalry guard of honor. The
officers and members of the Honolulu Fire De
partment followed. Major Kinimaka with his
aides preceded the military, consisting of the
hang's Guard, Fnnocs Own, and Household Troops,
tho band following after tbe troops. A large number
of female mourners, presumed to be the servants
of tbe deceased, preceded the Catholic
clergy. Ihe Pool 1 society manned a rope attached
lo the hearw and by them the coffin was conveyed
along the route. After tbe bearse came the chief
mourners, tbo carriages of their-Ala jesties, the
Princess Lydia, the Chief Justice, members of
tbe Cabinet, of the Uouso of Nobles, Diplomatio
corps, etc etc and tbe public carnages. Tho procession
contained nearly five hundred people and
was eleven minutes iasing a given point. At tbo
Mausoleum the last rites were performed by the
Bishop of Honolulu assisted by the Iter. A.
Alacmtosh, at the clone of which the participators
in the ceremonies stpcrated for their residences.
The f aucral of the late Mrs. Jauios Makce took
place at the family residence yesterday at 2 o'clock
p. m. Tbe three reception rooms were thrown
open and appropriately draped. The coffin of
black ebony, ntadded with silver, was wreathed with
the most exnuisite flowers. The Iter. Ut. Damon
read the services and preached a sermon. A hymn
was sang by the Fort Street Church Choir. Among
tuoae present 10 pay a last tnouie 01 respect to me
remains of one of Hawaii s most worthy matrons,
were His Majesty, attended by the Chamberlain,
CoL"Judd, the Foreign Commissioners, and
from all classes of Honolulu society.
The remains were taken to Maui on board tbo A
f.tf and will be placed beside those of Captain
Alakce in the Family Mausoleum at Ulupalakua.
RETROSPECT OF EVENTS IN HAWAII.
The Doings of a "Year.
iContmueil nm latt fnk
1st. Ilcdaction in telephone rates.
British steamer "Madras sails for Houckonrz.
F. W. Damon, Esq., goes as paaaenger.
First quarterly meeting 01 tne uumane WKieiy.
nd. licncwal of Band concerts at Emma
Jnt Gazstte publishes report of United states
4lb. First free public entertainment for
strangers by Y.M.C A. Grand success
Cth. Baseball; Honolulu vs. Oceanic; Honolulu
wins, 10 to G,
!Hc. Inter-Island btevn Navigation Company
declares first dividend.
10th. E. O. Hall funeral services at Fort Street
Minister of Finance publishes financial statement
VMi. Grand reception at Punahou College.
i'. Aeamaoa receives tetters vi uenmuioii.
13th. The "red sunsets first noticed.
15th. Partial eclipse of the moon; visible.
Daily Bulletin enlarges.
blight shock of carthqiake felt In Honolulu, at
Planters Labor & Supply Co. commence session.
16th. I'. C. Adrtrttter changes owners ( 1)
First officers of the Workwgmen's Union elected.
17th, Gazette publishes becretary Adams report
of P. K &. S. Co., for 13&1.
18th. Planters give banquet at Hotel to Honolulu
13th. P. Lv &. S. Co, session end; merchants
give banquet to planters.
First annual meeting of Koyal Hawaiian Agricultural
!n O.S.S.MAltwcda.Capt. Morse, arrives.
7 days from San Francisco.
5tu. Hon. James Bryce member or the British
Parliament lectures before tho Y. M. C A.
SGtb. Heavy storm at Hilo; destruction of
?lu. naiiUEQ, iiaoi.
Baseball match, Honolalu vs. Npreckelsville,
Honolala wins SI toC
30th. Annular eclipso of tho sum visible.
F Htim'aliAkcrv burned: loss 10.000.
31st. Uaxettk publishes more Government cor
impendence, viz.: "the Cleghorn-Gibson letters.
British steamer Jkll Bock arrives from Azores
with 1100 Portuguese immigrants.
lt Arrival of Wilder &. Co.'s new steamer
"Kinau from Sin Francisco.
3rd. Concert in aid of Library Fund at Music
Steamer "Planter' of I. b N. Co.'g line leaves
Honolulu on first trip.
ftth. Chinaman shot on Eoretanii street. Police
at fault. C
cth. Arrival of the seven Itotnan catholic sisters
of chanty; nurses for lepers.
Dr. Arning, dermatologist, arrives to study
Dth. Arrival of American bark C6Ioma,n from
Portland, for Hongkong. BcporU loss of first
and second officers and two men.
10th. Anniversary Luther's birthday, celebration
at Fort Street Church.
Mrs, Laura Dickson gives "Grandmother's"
1.1th. C J. Lyons, Esq., lectures before Y.M.&A.
Steamer race between "Planter nnd "Kinaur
largo crowds witness departure of ttcaincrs from
Snow appears on tho summit of Halcakala,
Captain J. S Dillingham dies at Brooklyn, N.Y.
Kth Death of H. L. Sheldon, of tho
"P. C. Advertiser, at Kohala, Hawaii.
Tidal ware at Puiialun, Oahu.
Blight earthquake at Wailukn, Maui.
15th. Trial tnp of the Pacific Steam Navigation
Cos tug "No Name,
P. Neumann, Eq. appointed Attorney-General
rice tho Premier resigned.
ICth. Celebration if IBs Majesty's birthday.
Death of A. P.
of the Kingdom.
17th. I irst annual mettfng of tbo Alyrtle Boat
19th. Mr, Abraham Hoffnaug lectures before the
i"0th. Hon. A. Francis Jndd commences teaching
class in Hawaiian. YJI.CA.
21sL Sale of lots at Kapiolani Park.
Arrival Amencan bark "Spartan," Capt. Crosb-ley,
via Cape of Good Hope and Japan, 'JS2 days
22nd. German citizens investigate "starvation
23th. Spcaal Thanksginng services at Fort
Street and Anglican Churches.
Koman Cathohc Church at liana dedicated.
"JCtb. BurgUricsonNnuanu and (jueen streets:
5&th, Hawaiian Independence Day. No official
Wlh. Anniversary estabiisnoeni 01 Jicthel
2Vth. Appropriate celebration American Thanksgiving
at lort Street Church.
1st. Hawn. brig "Hazard " CapL Tieroey, returns
from South Seas with 1J8 laborers for the
P. L. 4 S. Co.
Teacher ol music appointed 10 puutic sccoois.
3rd. First heanng in tbe Gaxxttc application
4th. Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co. increase
Cth. ihe Uazxtts puutsnea nnotuer
ment document, "ltepurt of the Mounted l'olice,
C th. GizxTTx office searched by police for Gov
ernment document ' none found.
Commencement 01 kona storm on Mauli continues
to the 9th. Damage considerable.
7th. Peculiar sanscts again noticeable. or
Uth, James Woods dies at Iuuhoe, llawail.
Dr. Trousseau and Pilot Bibcock have an all
night boat voyage.
First instalment of the new coinage. $130,009
arrives per "Manposa.
10th. Discovery of tho Mounted Police Beport
the editorial room of the "Advertiser.
Oocninir of the political campaign bv the In-
deptudents mass meeting at Qaeen street Armory
Death of J. Aloanauli. ex-member of the Cabinet
and member of the House of Nobles. '
11th. H. B. AL Commissioner holds admiralty
court, for trial 2nd officer bark "Henry James.
Planters I. 8. Co, hold meeting lo consider
12th. GizxTTE DublUhes 3. N. Castle Sutrar
Funeral of lion. j. juoanacii.
131b, Comaeucemcnt of tbe celebrated Bond In
case. . .,
Commcticement 01 aona storm in Honolulu.
Fire at Kohala Flant&Uon, Hawaii.
Hth. Judce A. Francis Judd gives decision in
Jndce Austin orders mandamus to issue in
Gazette charter cat.
Kona storm continue, steamer "Likelike" abed
Mown down; lM.Sii. wharf damaged.
I', ieumann rppointcu r
tLe 1'nmisr, reigned.
Severe kona storm at Huo, Hawaii.
Street letter bote established by Postmaster-
General AVhitney. A
lvth. Aona stona enos. iso great uarnage in
16th. "Mariposa sadi for San Francisco, light
cargo on account of kona storm.
AUempud robbery ai me uawatun uoiei.
17th. Cavenimeal enforces cold Psvmentj at
the Costom House, great hindrance to business.
I7UL Aawaianao seminary examinaiions.
19th. (kiTemnvnt withdraws order relative lo
gold payments at . ustom Uou. of
20th. Special term Scprcme Court, banco cases,
U. S. S, "Alert, Commandw Barsly arrives.
ZlsL Government scnoou vacation begins: ena
22nd. O.H.S. "Alameda arnves with $17000
more Hawaiian coinage.
23rd. yeatn 01 . a, ccoti.
itT. H. v. K. WhalleT and lv. W. A. Swac or
dained pnrsts at tbe Anglican Cathedral.
air. ACOe special communioncr irora oabuiuk
ton returns to I S- pr Zealandia.
2th. Christmas kept in Hooolalu as a
PSJbollJaT. r , ,
inft TJHWM OJipiW4uj i.ua ujucu.
Xth. The Gazstte pnbUsbes the Amcrkan
jjfur Mdttttistmtnis. Mm Mnriion Salts. Sntiiou Salts Wkj
Last Thursday this troapo ive a representation
of the sensational drama of the "Woman of the
People, In order to prodeco it a great deal of
neip was requirea, tms was 01 various quality, out
as it was rendered by amateurs It ought not to bo
criticisedi there were some f otny emirtfmji bow-ever,
and the gentleman who informed the public
that tha child was Ms father's "hair," er&ated a
very hearty langh. The part of the Doctor was by
far the best played of the male amateurs. The
lady who represented AfrtA deserves high praise,
throughout these performances she has siren excellent
support, and few stock companies in larger
towns than this could command such good assistance
for the parts she has plsved. Mr. Bandmann
took the minor character of Mr.Lobbett
ptaved the villain J ij. which wa entire! un
rated to him, and tbe whole play hinged upon
the excellent acting of Mis! BeaudeL It is no
easy task to represent such a character as Afirr
BertratKt. In many cf her scenes her acting was
Ser feet, she portrayed the neglected and halt
wife with an intensity of feeling that one
would hardly hare deemed her capable of. The
greatest praise U due to htr for her admirable
rendering and should she continue to progress as
we are informed she has done a hih place on the
stage is likely to be hers. Miss Clare Forest, a
dtbmtantt from San Francisco, appeared as the
Countess. For a first appearance her performance
was Tery creditable, she has a fine appearance, a
pretty face and with training and experience may
make a very good actress. We must pas one adverse
criticism; in pieces of the character presented
local gags are entirely out of dace, and we are
surprise! tuai aancwroi nuuuuiuf as nerr
Bandmann should have indulged in them.
In fare, opera bouffe, and burlesque they are
allowable, but not in
On Saturday the same company produced scenes
from tho Merchant of Venice. 1 his a part far
better suited to Uerr Bandmann's powers than
either of the Shakspeanan characters he has represented
here. In the first scene, tbe celebrated
"three thousand ducat scene, though tbe acting
was good, Uerr Bandmana hardly realized the
character of the enmyiwj Jew: Shylock is by no
means prepared to snow nis riaws. no is use a eat,
keeping them oat of sight, and this was not realized
bv the actor. The first scene of act IIL where
Shylock accuses Salino and Silarino of cognizance
01 nis oauguter s uignt and afterwards tne scene
with Tubal waa overstrained, but in the Court
scene, (act IV, scene 1,) Air. Bandmann rose higher
uhu hd iuid crci iwn uitu. no Jiajcu mo
fihant Jew and then again the outraged Jew to the
lie. His reading of the "bond" while Nerlssa
readd her letter from Ik?Ji ia was tons entirely new
able piece of business. The wholo effect was excellently
sustained, down tt the moment of the
Jew's exit, on which the curtain fell.
in lien 01 a song oy aiiss ueaudet, air. uanamann
came forward and addressed tho audience in pro
pria pfrttnn. He thanked them for the support
tnat caii ueen given mm, prniseu our tnoawr,
praueu me progress tuat tueuiy uau mace since
he visited it thirteen years ago. and assured the
public that there was nothing in the way of the
very best plays being produced here.
Last evenlmr XcrrtsM was plated for the benefit
of the Honolala Library. There was a crowded
nous, narcisse is nerr iiaiiumann a oest
and tbe one he made his reputation with in
Lastevenine? the Bandmann Handel Combina
tion played "Narciase, for the benefit of the Honolulu
Library Association, to a large and enthusiastic
audience, ihe entertainment was a success
financially and otherwise. To morrow night "the
woman 01 the reonie win. dv reoucsi. uo repre
Next Saturday MidsBeauJat will take a benefit.
tne people 01 Honolulu oagat 10 respond liberally
for she is the most talented little lady that has as
yet trod the board of our theater.
A Despatch from the City of the Caesars
Hotel pe IEcssu, Borne, Dec 1st, 1&3.
Sia- As UU Hawaiian Majesty's bptcial Envoy
in Europe, it has been part of my duty to enquire
after the Hawaiian youths now studying in Italy,
and I learn lhatlhere still exists soma misunderstanding
as to tbeir real guardianship. I have
been instructed to set this matter straight, and I
now take tha liberty to quote for your information
an extract from a depatch which I have
handed to His Excellency 1. S. Alancinl, the Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, from His Excellency
W. AI. Gibson, the Hawaiian Minuter of
Foreign Affairs, which will definitely settle all
question upon the point, and reada as follows;
"I have the honor to make known to your Excellency
that this Government docs not recognize
any other agent in Italy or any other official guardian
of the young student! than Hu Majesty's
Consul at Naples, Siguor. M. Ccrullu
This official statement made to the Italian Government
iU Also be mado known to all those who
may have been formerly or may be at present concerned
with the youths in order no farther question
may anse. and the Italian officials or others
concerned may look only to one properly authorized
and duly recognized Gaardiaa in any question
regarding the youths.
The necessity for this course will bo obvious to
yoa to prevent confusion or interference with big.
Your former nchts of Guardianship as von are
aware were revoked, and in view of the present
circumstances 1 iruBt 1 may reiy paniy on you
that no further misunderstandings arise and that
you will accord with tbe detirts of tbe Hawaiian
Government in that bignor. CeruUi' present authority
may be duly respected.
I have tho honor to be yours most faithfully,
Ccbtis P. Iauxea,
il. 11. il.d Special Envoy.
big. C C. Moreno.
Sib- Your first daty in Italy was to reimburse
to me the money which I generously and promptly
advanced from ray own pocket for thd support of
the three Hawaiian youths aud pay to me the len
months of my salary, if you are the Special Envoy
of King Kalakaua. Yours faithfully,
C G, Mobeso.
Mr. Curtis V. Iaukca, Borne.
The New Directory"
The work in Honolulu having bceu com
plcted, ilr. Rieot nn J his oMistinU will proceed
at once to canvass the other islands. They will go
toiiawaiion loesuayccxt; anu aitcnraras make
the circuit of Maui, Molokai and Kaaal. Mr.
Dacut retarns thanks to tlie reoDleof Oaha for
many courtesies lie lias received, and also desires
to cotnmend tha work; to the favorable consideration
of tho oa other islands.
Tho crcatest aupctizcr. stomach, blood and liver
regulator on earth Hop Hitters. Look tor and
JL or KAFIOL.1XI rsUK AsOCI
TIOS will be held at the Armorr on Uneen UtrceL UN
KATLKDAY,Jaa3th,atllocfckain. IW order nf
ihe u M.vi rAi.i;iE,
gftl St SecrrUry
fpO ATaFa WJIOM IT MAY CON-X
CEUXi Till latotherffrtttbaltbtfinilerrlcned
win ciote me open me near me raia oovetnmeni
School, tbroatrh which the people patf tbronh In
folna to and f ram I'alaaod uakawao, also
that portion of the I'ala Plantation land. I
hwh, l.iiHij ra .h ttttm m ,ai.i.sa,uu a.iHiiauj, tlY
iDg tnenerefrlty forarlchtof way for tbe people !
to and front Makawaoand Pafa, has allowed them
pat thronsb thilr land, atthottgh at coiildrrsble
to" ib mitin; oriugra anu Raica; at mi oiwcvcr,
that thrj were broken ao fatt that we lost the
aaeof aboot laiacrtaof patnrc.and the bridsea were
acoattaatblllof expenae, and not wlahlnx lo
the irsvrlln' public I nserated a petition
be drawn Bp,al2t.ed,anil aent la the Minister of the
Interior, accoriflii to law, w faith waa done Ho notice
waa taken of It and on Jfoverotwrl, !. I
ent the Sflnlttcr.C. T. Unllck. a letter on thf aabtact.
which remains tinananrrrd. so, with Ibis
Hon. I will the above mentioned otienins is ten
diva from this date E. II ttAUH
I'ali. 3lol. Jan nary 11th. 1S6I grill
Benson. Smith & Company.
II It remrmVeted that on the iMt day of peenmber,
A. D.l,Drnii.bmlh A to of lion miln. I land
of Otho, In accordance with Sottlort Sot An Att "To
cncjsrfse learning In this Klnxdo&i, by secarine the
eoplca of charts and books to the rubor sod proprie
tors of aochcoplea spprovid on the'ilr'tday of Dec
A.JJ.1I, have la thia the title of
ForRiennoaMitn, Xeanizia, Spralnr, Ptnlies, Etc.
Prepanrf frum the Leavci nf the Eucalyptus
to the rflccted part three or
foor timet s day. Tnesenolnrnisniifictntedonly by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
DrajalM, Honolala. II. 1.
The rljhtl of wblcb they claim as owners Aprprit.
In tcatlmony whereof I hare berrnato set ray hand
at. and raaaed ibe seal of the Interior Drtt. to
bo sfflsed at Honolnln tiU rtb dayof J tou. A.
D.1WI. CHAS T. UCLICk,
W2 It Minister of the Interior.
Benson. Smith & Company.
I It remembered that on the Jll day of pecembar,
I. P. Ja Denson Salth Jt Co of Honolnln,
Uahn. In aeefdanei with rctIon 1 of An Act Te
encnunre Irarnlnjtln this hlnicdoni by wcnrlna; the
Op!ff ef ".barlt and Rook to the Anthnra
prfetorsof SKhcoplea" Al'piwcdoi. the slot of
A 11. PHI. ttarr tlrpocitrd (a this ofect! the
title of thHr Label
FRAG KANT ANI) DVIIAISTA'
Benson. Smith. & Co..
Honolulu, H. I.
Therlsbtof nfclcb they claim a ownera and proprlct'a
lestlmrmy wbcreofT have hcrcnnln n my band and
K41.J rasvrdthetealof thelntrrlof Irpt to be if
nxra a. uonoia.. inia no nmj m raararr, a.
D IW CHAM T OULlCK.
dlnitr of the toterinr
Benson. Smith & Company.
n It lememb rod that en the Slot dar of Deeember.
PKl. lDH)a. frmlth Co, of Honolala. IIand of
Uahn, In aecorcLince with IVctton 5 of An Act "To en
eonrsje In this Kiazon by Kenrias Ut
copies of Cfcaru and C(ka tn aatbor and
of "neb eoplea " Approved on the Hit of lira-.
. tn (hi oftVe, the tltfe tt
A S3 lai in ia ittr n-.i jicnoow hi nmmy
PURE GLYCERMEL of ROSES
The mot t rlrzaat and apiillanc for ana barn,
atlna and batrv of Inaecta chiiblaJw rrrogrb red or
chapped skia vore lip. or Incidental inlunieiatfcos.
Tbls Lntlos rlTfi a Trlvetv fonnritTHlsnersard
to the skin wlthont :l mbIus it . hat the fracraoee
Koe, and keeps wlthont change
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Drnsri't anil Apothecaries, Uoaolsla, u. I.
Tae rizati of which they claf m a owner proprfel e
In trUronr whereof I have herwnto sat my hand
atai. and coated th seal or thf Interior Dvpt. to
Desflredat Honolnln UrtaStfeiay of Jaa A
D Wm. CIIAS.T UIXICK.
93i II of th Inurlor
Cordage: Hemp &Manila.
AfeSORTULNT OF NEW
AYVlJj Uaanajetarr shlih an.l U soWat
the Lowcsf rrfce.
HOlttXtt at; CQ,
'" - ' jy y oj ' fst t: - . jfTww
PfiPinn RIIRRFR PUNT
. nu.. .w ..www..,. , n... i
Mixed Ecady for Use. Any
Onu Can Apply It,
Use the Pacific
DURABLE. GLOSSY ARD ECONOMICAL
MAXCTACTCKID OSLT BT
WniTTiER, FULLER & Co.
San Francisco, Cat.
For ftUe hr lh Impoctl.x no.M9 of Itonol.1.. Pnl
p Id 14 lb Um, ( csU Ulf .3 I . lb lias.
UwiiincnALK.rcELoTCiurL in. Mado
of the Best "t Purost Materials,
Pioneer IVI1K0 Leail. Oxide of Zinc,
I'ureLinscfil Oil, (iennlne Colors I
ComMiitJ tl !TR0SO f OICTIOS o
Tho Best India Rubber. I
PIONEER WHITE LEAD!,!
WeCIri,tethlUateh A STIUCTLY mK
AirriULK, ITRK t IUlOV TK VV LKAU.OroBBd tn
I't KB REFirSEU LINSEED OIL, a ad It i ahl
ject lo Chemical Analytif and the Blow Pipe
PIONEER WHITE LEAD I MasiftttarM !
Id Sia FraBClftco, arrives here FretB.srrd ran be ob
tilaed prwopiiy rJrI la qaintlllei as waaied.
ill la Economical, la taal, tha Oil In which
It la jrroaBtlUaot soaked lato tha wood of tha
sad consequently th fornuUon I
Tkol'IOKEEn'XirrTC tKAD 19 TUKK T1ITK.
IS KINKR ilROOD than snr other In thio irkt,
r nor eh-
TIE, and la withrmt an rqttal
It li put tip In iO lb. 30 lb, ltJ lb and SO lb ktft. la
1?S lb ani 3 lb tin paU and in mal Una front t to
10 Ibi each.
A Full Supply Is Contaai.y Kept la Stock by th-
wholraale Hoo la Honolala. to whom w cordially
recomnead laimdlBs bajr. AtannractireU al hj
WHIXTIER, FULLER & Co.,
Cmrmlerief While Lead attd Maaofiftirer ef Mixed
Talnti, Colors, Virnlhe. White Zinc, and Import
of Frrach and Illctait Wlntlow (11,
KT Man rranclwo. California. lv
BY VIKTI7E 11' A WHIT or
lfnet from Ihe lajimot Conn of tho
Hawaiian Ittaada la which K I (Thither Is plaintiff
and Henry Pbcldoa defendant foe the mm of $"j
1 have lei led nnon and anall expoae for aaia at nablle
anclloa at tbe front door of AMlolanl Hale. a I'ebnury
the Ifeh. IH. at IJ noon, all tbe right, title and Into-et
of the al4 It C Sheldon in and to the following
urKnoni pnrprnj, Tia
-... ah inti ... picteorpJKriorunaimie .. . it wattnoka, 1
inn noaaia i.awau, coniamin: n acrr, iiij aqnan I
fathom and IS aqaare feet, tad more f ally described la '
Bot1 rated Xo.7m.Ut A.Snined to Kalnabl
ana ronTrjra to 11. usoiit
plhe I.y drd datH Kebroarv 1
liber t, folloa 217 213 and 219, nnleaaaald jadrmont.
iu.(It:a auA (Ai'tuiii arc vi vT.in.ii
W C. 1'AUKK, 4sbal
Honolala. Jan. HHh, Il WJ 4t
Formerly with B. T Dolka A. Cs.1
Wholosalo and Retail Crocor,
III Kins Strttt, nnder Ilartnotiy Ilall
Family, PlaoUtlon, and hIpt' Htorea aapplled at
ahort notice. ew (iood by every iteamer Urders
frnni Itia Mhn I alt nit a faith fnll sravnta.l
.v.. ...'. m i, I
Lot or Stolen
X sbont the la it or Ftbni.ry. I1, a Urey IIoro
bnnddrd PP. I will nav a reward of f.13 fur the rctnra
of aald hor to me at Pmanhan
DHg It TUIBDC U1MDRIA
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpiIAT lIiuVSANTJA MJCATIM)
-a. wottaoc, at preoent occnplml ny .Mr. Kobrrt
Lewer. altnaled on School Street a abort dlaUnce
weat of Nnntna. Ample aceonmotUttona. laelndln
not hoaaea. for a ernlerl family For fall partknlm.
3nnntreofItUIlEKTUIt.lY.ai McLean Drotlrert. No
IS Rattans Mreet. trw
Tho Hawaiian Hark "KALE
Has Just Arrived
(Janurj 1I, !!). WITH A CAKbO OF
'PII ,rv, ii. i nvrn ... rir.n ...
. " fcJ. i
a. tnot rerect tfa'ly Inform his Mends snd the nl I
dpnta of the Itland IXH.nivtpjrivtniomeiinora.
Fnruncl that he haa citabllahrd a lllarkamlll. Khan at I
JahalaU where be la preparad lo do alt klnda oi Uiack 1
(milhlne Work In the Lateal Sljle Thiaklna hi cntfK!
tomera lor larota aeretoiore oetiowci on aim, ur
would k foraeentlnnaneof ihe tame Uon'l
Irreet the place. Kahn'al, Mini,
ftll 4t FKEU SCKOLTZ.
rplli: KSTAT.C OF T,i:noN,"VJJT
L navon the23ddarof Jannarv. A I 1I. a dlft
ucnaoi sper ceni U II IIITLHCUCK
per A salsa e
Illlo, Dec, Jib, Ism.1. ' it
AI.TKin M. IIAKTtVL'M.,
a aTa 1 1 lI Q I? I I OD. AT.I A V '
' ,BW " -
Honolala, It I tm
t www t v r a t m aw x m
-,' ci ft j a W K
;. II K9 JSL J. MX
j Thursday, Jan. 17th
at i - in oar muuui. nm w -"
9icks?C. iMHlJS.far. SitUrollloM.ul
At Xi nACAXfc iwin.
3 Handsome Parlor Sets
lbtsiTtd tl Slrt J.t rwltftt tnm Tnm
1 Sd Lonnge. tn 9tlk,
1 llandnnne large Caar CTaalr.
1 ljtaat (m Milk.
1 Ummt I tf all CkMh to
ladrr Inatrvtmna Teeived bv u rm tW
Unard of E4wai. w aball o0r for Sat at
Public Anrilon at owr alearnnni mi (va airra. In
Saturday, Jan. 19, next
At Wnmm. (br FeJkmlar prrrl.f Lan4, tla
1 LOT on the malal - of Sebonl aatfpifi
Isf tht Fort meet Kaoet l tjeflavwvti
rrly aMe. and cxlendlar to tbe ftrrajw. talatajTmav
art of . JDO lqare Pet. t pet priee f H TTll
above the MmUM of Mr r E TTIUlm. havtsc a
rranuce or 13 Feet on tne atrvet. and rotniag aa
area er jiiat at anner. 1 pan prrrr siw in
perfect. Dda at txpeaee of BorcaavT
"For farther particular etrfnlr" at th oUrm at
ia tHtaru 01 mkiiwq
ITOIHA I.ETET, Anelr
Proposals for Exchange Wanted
KW lUKKUlt; IllIU, IV
tech amounts a nay nrqnlred fr
halaseeadne loth nltW Ulra PtMVoar
Drpartmentat ITaahlnzton oa Monry OroVt
dnrinr (ho year V6t Traders may larlad
ttherof the following.
EXCHANGE OH NEW Y0EK. PAYABLE
AT SIGHT, 30 0E 60 SATS.
STERUN0 BILLS ON LONDOH.PAYABLE
AT SIGHT. 30 0B 60 SAYS.
TK rfaanaa In h fan.lak.Xa1 ma ana hp mairrd bv
.. -.. """V -. --- --- . - .-----
ihe 3loney Order oaainoaa of inta omec m
wanted will be froraflteWVn inonoand dollar par
qnanvr, n- prrxi4 a.dauri in uir i'io mrmn
be from Jaaoarj (o DcctraitMr. 1PM.
HaM. WHITNEY. P. W! C.
Honolala, Jan. tHh. 1W4, 991 tt
Jlortrrajct Am en Jed rfotler or
nre and or Sale.
TN ACCOUDANCK 1V1T11 A l'OW.
Xrrr Ml cMtalMd la a certain i
tleorao ILuda and Mahoo linto ti
dated the I lth day of March, imi. rwordfJ in libr
Tt, pa fa XS. notleo la hereby clven that raid
latenda to forrcloa aW nortaace for cotM
broken, sad nvoo aaM fonelomr will r II at nbtlc
SSetien at the aloarontnof E P Adams In IlotMlnha.
Banlcalar rao Tm bad nf W R Laatla. Al-
u ..itr.br laia arqtf.
Itf mlBM to be aotd ate ahaated on Ihe raaterly ihl
of IJIha atreet. baring a fronUft ol abeat Tt fent wh
adrpth vf Jllfoat IwlihanLat Ihe rear, atakt; ttrt
raar flat? of aald lot 1 to tm and th at rmntiriara
abont4oran acre It adlola" the old Praae Placr
con Ulna kalo and knla laml and ofir a Sa. chance
for a commodloaa homeatpiit, OH 4t
Mortpjagefa N otice of Foreclcmre and of Sale
TN ACCUKIIANCK WITH A 111 W
X ei of aal ri.atalnvd in a rnlala lamlaaiai - bar
PaMa. kalvohana and other tu J LaitwrUht Traa
1SW. recorded Ik TT. paf Notice la hrrrbv
slvn that aald nortnigp Intendo to forvcloaar aatd
mortjaja, for eondtttwi brwken, 4d ipon Mid fote
cloaniw will aoll at pwblle aoeifaaj at tho aakarouan or X
PAdaaaatn Ilonnlnla.oa 3IU4DiT the 11th day of
Frbnary, l-i, at it M. of H dav, ihprrn. d
Mf Ibttt In MlJ moflxaffe aa bafrnr aaaajgod
Farther MTttCHUr can be bad nf W R tattle. Attorney
av Law A J t AliTWRItlirr. Vortamre.
lrt wlMa to be sold are vlloated la Kokaln. Ikwd of
Hawaii, and art aetfovtb jod drcrliMd In K. r inn.
COB ivorlne Mrtiene of laaJ anal MakanHuthJefland
coaUl f Asrts oi very ia Land TM li
3Iortirarre,i .iotlce of Koreelonre X of Sale
TN ACC)i:iANCKAVITll A VOW-
A. et of rl contained In a rrrlala tBitttmce ntaaV by
Kalaika 1akookoo to A J CarlwriaTrntaw ef thf
Holt dated the llth day of Mmh. leH.raejnlad
In Notice 1 horvbr glvm that aM
nortflairee Inteada faa forrclo aald ntwttanW. far roa
dltloit broken, aad aid fnrawleanrr will M
pa bile anclfon at thr of B P Adawta I
the llth day of Febrnary. tW al
1131 of aald day tha premium dearrlnrdin mM
aa below Defiled.
Farther partlcntara can, be had of W It At
turner at tw A J C UTrttUIUHT Xort(ajr
iTrmiaeato do wmucmu'im w niainnin, uowa
Itl .! .! . ..!. .? ..a k.l
VZX'i: . ZZt, "TZXZ rZXM'ZZJZ
lfc" "f.i" . ."7; '. IZTT. .
" "" (""IT m kwm? - -.-
J".0 T?JtoKaanntki and Kanlaa no
Iortirarce,'t Votk e of F&rreloaure X of Sale
fN" ACCOUDANCK WITH A IMMV
. trr of aalo contained In a ccvtaJ. uwrtftt df by
1 Krklpl to E Bond dajy aMlffnod to C aau .ooif,
lated the tth dav of JaiMrr. ISO. rrcordad In llbrr
l, pkajre St, lottcv la hereby grvra thai id
pe latcnda to frroek4t aald aanrtarmffr. for condl
brokn, and npon Mill forecloaare will aril at pnblk
auction at the salesroom of E P Adam In Honolnln on
MUMllV ihe llth dav of VHL at 12 M of
-aid day th pteral" lascrlbrd In ald trtorL.a aa
furthfr pirtf. niar on had nlWRi a-M- Vi
tiroy at Law CASTLR AMOOkE
.IssiXiipr ,,i mr 4nTiaairi7
prji.r. iaiH ...1,1 ircallnaiedln Punalna. Kaoeoh
I.Uudof Uabii aideintsJSiHl H th
mr - mrrj m in k aipi rj iva a a,
olhur ami i. ti'iat ( In n ir Kinh- bay
and tiJ'jl" l in f it (nlt!j I f t
& ACCOIlUBOXtf, V10HS8,
Receive Prompt and
-E L Y. C
l'AKIOIl bots; '
CENTRE TABLES, "
105 & 107
Island Orders will
A i SnMn..ir I. WAT tSQ. VS
Oa Wednesday, Jast.13
TlicSitiro Household FiSHtBre
ts txxr A rouunr. ti
B; W. Parlor Unit
ff. Cwit, Mlmr. V Srwk
B. .V. Extension Din Ins
kM cBUKS till StKCAX.CWI.
tilww.. XtMwtm. a
B W Bedrcom Set Complato
Bed. BmH. ?..VT. M 4CMtra.
HMr Uimh w Xant. Xn
K 9tH 8faua u ' Mar Vaf4f6.
3 I'lain I W room Srt, foltplfte.
SiIcb. t aa4 Wa
1 Covered CJnsrriufZB
W sa.tlkBa la V .aaSI
On Co- 9meXJ On SMI
nay . mur mc, c, v
r. r. AOn. tswi
On FRIDAY, JAF. 18th,
f.Sia.. 3t.a.a .IsfWaaBa..
Asst. Dry Goods & Clothing
Aline of Preah Groceries
k r VDAJ. X:
W. H. PAGE,
Nos. 138 and ISO Fort Stroot,
p,-'l t If li
Tl.tl Mir, It I
CAKKlAliK MAMF AtTSI
Complete Carriage Shop
Blacksmith Snapf i.-' t
Paint Shop and
Family Carriages 1
Drays and Truc&lf
Hand Carta, Etc, Eta.
RICE TO OREEH 01 B35T HT&U31E THBi
IB- And All Work Oum!mU X
Th. . In. il.S Hric worn or
T 0.,ta hpw m M I. IMifta.
MaWof , M.,Uta- aQ. SMC alwrw
iifMwawh:. .ail .!,: 'Hi. l HATIKUL I J
.totcllf .11 itk i-.i ., M.,r.io
.1,1 air.r.liwrtw r.rrh..i: .,-,-
D..'t r.rc.t Ik. PU '
uia.i i rt '.M"
W H. PACE,
MONEY-ORDER NDTIC I
1)KlteOf JtmiDrNU QJ? TllK
L -taw Iflaado, wv
I niu.1 Mtaloo, by tai aaMjNrWwr -
app'Matbtna at nr rlaa.ina
which. Ihe ran ill not tW aiWW asw
mlttl anl ih tv 'lth a ISwtaoa?w aa4 MTtJattr
ffwaHfl fwr th
fabtnd r wis iii i. will t altwrai "-th
li.S "awr a Mmr
Urdrr m il r imnrir.i ,aPw ) l M b,
Ihrtral Mil' 'i .tf W In 'b. awa4 lm vTSoab
IV ufatrr i pt', wmHiva taa
tn Ik' in'UaUa Wrttjiv i.owa! tat yaU"
lltina In lWln!u iU ha dit. a it Um fafWaa.t
AMIKaiWB iw WttSMT lm.r i ww "taw
ntny nuaW at ; iltw nm n Ut will a wi "
Saa Kraai ml ih of iW tlam
aanlL, am tha I at d. t Jaaoart Ml d u
dad rvery mali
Jew Chin-td for
O-i llllrr n A 'r fJ.M 7 . f t
lrtT fs aJHl not fflal
Oaav ML and not uoadtas is9.
tzl LmM taaasMtS . . Wail
rtfM. m4 awl f t S
ftar snorr t no tfcr Order- Jf - w.n
I ami - blj MS rtraaAMCr tai IA aajauk
trtrti Bt town a yraiararl
H. M. WHITNtT. P. M. O.
Dwtot.... lbTSHS. awam.
An Elegant Ereparatis
Sottcning tho Skin,
Ftomovlng Surf burn, c.
rut MISIf iiLY ST
bcnsok. sural ca.
E"or tlic Toilet !
Is Fully Equal to Farina or stf
othor Importod, and la
Ycr 3Iuch Lower iq Frfec
mr ntru;KLi '.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
nl riT TEW 'Ri
Mijriposa nnd MaiifSfo
Will Loiio Honolulu a San FrarwUca
01 tho MtanblBlhofCaehKantK
raftCXf.KB. but fc. thru .fK Wfai3 KiaaV
nM t a, a9frtma at ta. -V W tte Jnlfc
ta' r, .! ar iitUM i ..un itw
tkrf tin Waftow JWfin.l. a aiagaji ,BSC y
awa.1 TVIwt te ra. twa4 IH,. laV fw4 ia
M, T ."' '" ' "rfc immtl I ..art. ft
r A. a.i.rjn.
aTa.aa,.ia,wM w h,w Name
m IlMaaanWh. II i tw a. lgt?
Pacific i r 8tmaSlf.
run a niKKfa i V
- - -
W ilVILUr 1 1T9JIT
. t a 'lit Ort 3ft
H & ..: - : : hm.m 1
1 wn tbia4r fi , . " an.aayp.4iaa ,
01iJ. io, tnELZMQJB St. Ul, 19) 1 iizz v -"" -i iua, axcr