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Weeiww in January 1884.
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AVEDNKSPAY, JAXIAR1 1C, l&M
Independent Ticket of ReprBSBnlativES
LEGISLATIVE SESSION Or 1884.
J. t KAHAINTJ.
A. T. KALACIEOA,
A. K. KITJOAKEA.
Nlxt w filial consider lbo evils
whicli may rt:ilt from Ujp lioavy toIiudp
Tpcnr io our formerly rxprpsMsl triews m
favor of n V h pold currpner, us the only
fiafc lmsis on our financial affairs
ran long 1k carriod on
Last Saturday the Arhrttrr published
oditorially its J.latfonn and ttp commend
3Tr. II C SInciarlano for tbe manlineiiS of
its tone AVbcthcr Uic iwbcy of tliepaTXT
can 1h Vrpt on Fncii lines Mr Mac
farlane is alnt I! iroblcmatical At
any rnte wc welcome to tbe journalistic
oiUtjcs in Honolulu a liearty good fellow,
iind n gentleman, and ivisb lum every mic
Tux btitement by one of onr Kauai cor
respondents, if correct is indeed &tartling
"Vc TTonld jinfex to doubt, excellent as
onr winrce of information AVe would
trust Uial Ibis mnj bave leen some mistafcc,
ratber taan tbink it osiblo for a man to
use ujwn bis cant ass as one of bis claims
for a seat in tbe legislature, tbe fact tbat
bo is n leper !
Tliis is indeed an extraordinary condi
lion of affairs It argnes citlier n strange
obliquity of vision on tbe jiart of tbe can
didato,or & remarkable njlhj on the part
or theconsUtuencj It argues also tbat
this gentleman does not lhini. that tbe
Government has any intention of cany
ing out a iolicy of segregation AVe trust
that the btory may be disjirored.
It is amusinp U bear the einthet of
"Slissionarj. I'artj, vhub Moreno in bis
day of ascendency applied to his opjw
neiits, now rem etl against tlie whole up
iwMticn iffirty. We hove TiersonaUt neer
had nn connection with thoe worth
missionaries, of whom then now remain
lxirhiis a dozen Bumvors, and those, as
far as we know,hao for many years stood
ontirelj aloof from pohtical matters. Unt
if the term u Missionary Party is meant
lo include all who arc incapable of yield
ing io the unconstitutional exercise of
I tower, to corruption in high places or low,
or to any or the base influences of selfish
nggrandiremeiit at the risk of right prin
ciple. or of fawning or truckling, then
ctKint us nsltelongingtothat Missionary
Thl law apunst kahunas stands on our
Statute lxxL clear and defined. Like
many another of our laws it is, however,
openly defied A case reported m our
hcal columns cerlainh demands inieFti
gation The m instigation should Ik1
searching and should ! made at once
If it is proved that these men did bathe
tbe w oman and that shortly after she died,
it will lc at cry serious indeed Vnder
veiy similar circumstances rieasance
Lomsa ingles a nurse at Guj'h IlopiUd,
London, was in 1K80 conucted of man
The inflnence tf kahunas though it may
not hurtful as in this
cane at Kauai, is indirectly tery hurtful,
our physicians complain of it and ihr)
are Kst to know Unforce the
law Mttfnn isc MtHintrrr anJ on will gain
AVnx the itincb come, the lLu aiums
crj ont readily enough, Irat thev become
luiieii io rest the moment the danger is
out and forget to agitate against the ills
which tmtnt inevitably come A fewmonths
ago lief ore the copioUH rains, with which
wo bne In-en fell tlie city was
clamoring for water. It was then ery
clearh shown that the population of Ho
nolnlu were living from hand to mouth as
regards their water supply, and that even
a slight drought strained the A ater A orks
to their utmost A fire occurred at that
time and much valn&blo property was
destroyed, which tuixhl hate leen saved
had not the water been turned off from
the mams from motit c of economy
attention was then
matter of water rapply The only defence
the government organ could make was
that pijtes, which bnd been ordered, had
not armed. It was pointed out tbat not
pipes but incitased reservoir cajmcity was
needed However the nines have come.
and are now reposing ieacefulIyalongtbe
sides of otir main roads. JIo use haslieen
made of them, and competent engineers
tell us no nsp will eterK made of them.
ns they are too large The last Legisln
ture votrtl $8m for the Water Works
nnd tbe town is no liettcr off than two
j ears ago and has been put to the expense
of these nnwieldly rujies Wliy has not
the water question been met
HiKTOEi shows that no man and no svt
of men can le trusted with uncontrolled
jwweroterthe destinies of their fellow
men So far has the necessity of consist
eut organised oiTjoMtion to Government,
eten in free Lngland, leen recognized,
that M Her Mnjosty's OinwhiUon' is held
in as high e-teem as the Government it
selt I'or tbe last four years this journal
has aimed to be the exponent of n fearless
honest and yet opposition.
If there were short-comings or wrong
doings on the part of any administration
preceding the present which wo failed to
criticise, such neglect of theduty ofanop
Kisition jiarty w as owing to inexperience,
nnd is not likely to bo repeated That the
great Iwdy of thinking men, nearly all of
those whose fortunes are cast in this
country, hat o urged on this cause, and
hate earnestly liojwd for its ultimate sue
cess we know
AW shall not sw erve from the rath of
duty which wo hate inarkixl out for our
selves w bother motit es of self interest or
hopelessness shall damjien the ardor of
others or not
AVo belieto in the jwssibility of n good
Gotermucnt hero, and do not believe that
we hate a faithful administration of our
public affairs. Tho tendencv has too long
been in the direction of absolutism nnd t e-uahty:
lierhniw the limits of corruption
are far from lcing reached yet AVe shall
nut palter Willi .corruption, nor yield to
the fear which seem to idsv the hearts
of some who hate Ifcen outsmkon in their
condemnation 01 luc present nunnnistra
Onr maxim, A'af tmxiv in rtbuti, means no
surnnder of principle io jwwxt, in office
or out of it
As the lction day drrws near, and it is
drawing vary near now. it is the duty of
thht portion of the Honolulu press 'which
is opposed to the existing misrule, and
which includes the whole jircss of the capital
whoso present proprietary is not in
government pay, to call tho attention of
candidates nnd voters alike, to the supreme
lmitortancc of providing representatives
for the city who shall be indeed Keprcsen
The IVoiiiicr carried tho last election,
not bv storm, but by sap; tho mflitarv. tho
police, tho placA holders and the ilace
seekers, all working in droad nnd fearful
suonce. untienmnea uiv leouie lines oi a
minority who without organization wont
to the rolls to record a vote independent
of any other consideration than the wel
fare of the country.
2text month, the issue will be more sen
ous and the opposition more formidable,
in addition to the classes alreadr referred :
,; lksw r --a me
ernment stand in the position of debtors.
andNrho sec no way of recovering the sums
to wrhoiri they gave credit
It is not too nrach to say, that
of the revenue of the kingdom is available
for the purpose of directly or indirectly
assisting tha return of government candi
dales, AVnat rise this existing Ministry
vriU make of their power may be well
judged from a review of the removals and
appointments of tho last two years.
In financial matters tho capital should
be represented by a man who is alike able,
honest and fearless. Mr J O. Carter's
antecedents point to him as tho right man.
Not only is tho whole record of his manhood
liefore ns but more especially should
it be borne in mind that Sir Carter holds
in his hands orin his memory the proofs of
the manner in which former administra
tions have managed tho finances, and he
can tell when and how tho Treasniy has
orred. There is not a better man to represent
Honolulu than Sir Carter He will
have the ljacldng of tho capital and intol
ligence of tie city
The Independent Tarty in tho Hawaiian
Islands have no mean opponents to con
tend against ; power and money are on the
side of the existing government and the
struggle which is coming on at tho next
election will be no child's play The Premier,
wnose policy has been so vigorously
oombatted by the Opposition Press and
whose acts have leen so sternly criticised,
not from iwrsonal dislike, but from an
honest and honorable feeling that they are
dangerous to the prosperity of the coun
tiy and that thev are politically vicious,
has on the one hand tho full support of
the King, whose jower as a sovereign is
comparing small things with laio, consid
crably greater than that of any Constitu
tional Monarch, and, on the other hand,
has iho avowed support of Col Snrcclels,
with the great wealth and influence which
Unt need the Independent Party be cast
ilown because ithas.fonnidableopponentsT
AVo think not The strength of which the
ex Mormon Slinister can boast is not so
real as it seems to be - He has obtained
an ascendency overhis Itoyal Master by
pandering to whims which a more patriotic
Minister would have thwarted He has
the support of Colonel Snreckels lecause
that gentleman lelieves that certain state
inonts which have been made to him by
the Premier are correct- bnt he will be
quite as ready as the most ardent reformer
amongst ns to assist tho opposition when
he finds that those statements are not cor
rect That some of those statements are
not correct we propose to show, that a
strong indictment can be brought against
the present cabinet tve iroposo to show,
and when we hat o done that we expect
and we have every reason to expect that
Colonel Snreckels though he may still dis
agree with ns will own that the opposi
lion to tho present government is not
based on merely personal grounds, but is
founded on legitimate causes for discon
tent and that as such he will give it his
inspect if not his support
rust and foremost of the things that
the Independents complain of is the mis
management of the lejurs AVe may grow
rich and we may lecome poor, we may
succeed or w e may fail materially, but as
long as we have health in our homes we
can at least le content and get some haj
AVhen howeter. we have a dread
lisease like leprosy menacing, not only
the bread winners who hate to take their
chances in tho liattle of life, but crawling
insidiously towards our children, it is not
to bo wondered at that wo should denounce
those, who having the jw er in their hands
to protect us from tho disease, cither do
not exercise it or elso only use it in such a
spasmodic manner as to make it
worthless And Itcfore xtroceedinp;
further we must at once lay down that it
is no palliation of the conduct of tho pros
enl cabinet that they have done no wore
than their iiredecessors. Two wrongs do
not make a right, and the argument some
times used, that other ministers have betn
careless affords no screen for these men to
It is a fact prated daring tho Titch vs.
Thrum libel suit that a tchool mistress was
known to the authorities as a lcier. and
was permitted to continue teaching
It is a fact acknowledged by the gov
ernment jb3"sicians, that segregation at
Kakaako is a farce. Dr. Pitch has himself
complained of the inadequacy of the arrangements.
However much wo may differ
from Dr. Fitch as to his theories, we must
pitc him credit for jrood organizing capac
itj and had his plans, with regard to a
double fence been earned out, the people
in chariro of that asvlum would have had
some chance of boimr able to do their duty
Upon the President of the Board of Health
rests the blame, and inadequacy of funds
cannot lo pleaded by him as an excuse
for not having performed his share of tho
lint it is not only in this that tho Presi
dent of the Board of Health has erred.
Ae are informed, and our information
does not come from tho mere hearsay of
the street corners that permission has been
given for a jiatient to leate the hospital
when physicians have said that tho man
was in a condition dangerous to those with
whom ho might come in contact, and that
when this was represented to the Presi
dent of tho Board of Health, he said that
hf would assume tho rcsjionsibility of let
tins the man go
Taking these few facts and numberless
others might be adduced, we ask, has the
government done its duty in tho matter of
leprosy? The answer can tako only one
form and that is No! To those of ns whoso
lot is cast in this country, who have to
bring up our children in its schools, who
look forward to onr sons and daughters
marrying hero and bringing up in turn
their 'children, this matter of leprosy is a
vital one A mother's blood turns cold
when she thinks of her bttle ones being
exjtOHcd to even the bare possibility of
contracting this dread disease; when she
knows that only a few days ago, out of one
of our jwUif teJrtol a leper child was taken,
when she looks around and sees homes
that hat o been rendered desolate by the
insidious destroyer, who kills not swiftly
and suddenly, that is merciful, but by
inches changing what was fair and lovely
to what is repulsive and loathsome and
making life one long agony! And tho
blood of every f other and mother must
boil when they are told that tho man who
calls himself President of the Board, of
Health take, it upon i twjMiWiifjr to (a
a danfffrtntt lir go! Is this vumecting the
people? Is this conduct which merits support
from any ono who is humane, and
who has children of his own, and therefore
can enter into tho feelings of mothers and
fathers? Ate say nol a tuousana times
no! It is conduct which cries aloud for
reprokition and for punishment, and tho
men ot luo inaopenucni rany usk tuai
rcproliation and punishment be visited on
AVe had intended to go fully into the
financial matters of tho got ernment, but
tho data in the nanus oi outsiders arc sum
cient The reports published have been
unsatisfactory and meagre, but they have
been quite sufficient to show that great
extravagances have been committed. A
statement was shown to Colonel Spreckels
when ho was down hero on his last visit
and with that statement ho expressed him
self satisfied. Tho public however, have
had no opportunity of seeing that state
meat and are unable to judge what kind
of n ono it was AVilhontat
the financial abilities of tho Colonel,
it must be plain that many things
connected with government exiwnditnres
cannot Do judged iy a couple oi nours ex
animation of a balance sheet prepared for
a special object, and that Iwforo tho outside
public can agree as to tho t alno of tho
document, they must have an opportunity
of seeing it This much tho public d
know, that tho government has been in
straits for money, that this is not a healthy
condition for a cabinet to get a country
into, and that it cannot claim the conn
donee of n people on the ground of such
Then wo would ask where are the
ititals that were promised to us? One only
ias been erected on ground donated by
Colonel Spreckels andno may tcntorc to
say that but for that generous gift we
should not havo had even vnt hospital.
Boads are another matter: complaints
ttbout them come from all quarters; it is
no mere voice of discontented politicians
that is heard. Men oi all shades oi polit
ical opinion are united upon the point
Tho Pah' road is a Email matter truly, but
it is a very pertinent one. It was an arrow
which the present lVemiorused to
wing against a previous administration,
but we see no shms of .anything being' ;
done to remedy the lit
Tbe Tr&icr tupplr of Honolulu is og&in 1
"" ' V --
nrran m rmlnL There are no mors ado
quale means for supplying the wints of
tne town man iveru m usu muu K"
and vet amnio money was voted for this
purpose by tho last Legislature- A few
large pipes lying idly along our principal
thorougnf ares, and causing our horses to
shy, cannot be regarded as an act of ad
ministrativo ability which is calculated to
inspire conhdencc in any one.
Though wo may be content to laugh at
tho now dead and gone u Protest," wo can
not, as citizens of this country, view with
ntiTiliinxr but alarm the mismanagement
which has given the British government tho
right to make a claim against ours. The
owner of the Vadrnt has laid hiscase before
the British Foreign Office; enquiries upon
the eubiect have been made and any mail
may bring a demand which it will be no
slight thing to meet This position of
' due to mismararcment for in the
end the government did what it ought to
havo done at first tacitly acknowledging
that it was wrong.
Objections upon other points might bo
multiplied, but this is needless , sufficient
have been cited, tor au purposes oi argu
ment These great issues are laid down.
lismanagement oi leprosy ana conso
anent dancer to tho citizens: reckless ox
pendituro of public funds and lack of
administrative ability in dealing with tho
internal affairs of tho kingdom Tbee
are quite important enough for men to
join together to attack, and these the men
of the Independent Party moan to attack.
There is moreover, ono more thing which
tho Americans. Germans and Englishmen
especially feel called on to resent ; and that
is tho tendency of the government to autocracy
Step by step has tho Premier striven
to put power'into one hand. This, as the
sons of freemen, as the descendants of men
who in Europe and America hate bled, aye
and died, that power should not rest in one
hand, we are bound to combat
The teachings of history are too plain
for every ono of us who intends to make
his homo here, not to strive to the utmost
to prevent that which has caused so much
misery elsewhere Tho United States
show ns how a great party dropped away
in an instant from a great leader when the
mere appearance oi ixesarism was even
mooted. In such a country, with such a
people, thorecouldhavo been no real fears,
but the very idea startled tne nation
AVhat to the "United States was but a shad
ow. 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 n direction which they
lead to civil discord and stnie
Here, then, are in fact tho grounds for
the existence oi an independent i arty, at
variance with the present cabinet They
are Bound, logical grounds, and no man,
entertaining tho views expressed, need be
ashamed of them. AVe are proud to hold
them, and to tho best of our abihty we
will uphold them. This is no personal
hostility; it is tne adtocacy oi sound pnn
cinles. On the broad platform of civil lib
erty, financial reform, protection of cm-
wives and children Irom leprosy and reform
in internal administration, the Inde
pendent Party of Hawaii stands, and
standing on this, it merits the support of
every Hawaiian, American, German and
Englishman here. Long live, then, the
Independent i'art v i tt e arc sure its non
est principles will meet with the supiwrt
of evcrv thinking man The stmircic le-
fore us is really for frttdmn. and Byron's
immortal verse tells ns mat
"Freedom battle onoo bcEun,
Thonfih baffled oft is ever wou'
So we hate no fears for tho ultimate
A Vo3lu 8 Fair ta to bo held in Sin Francisco in
1W7. Tbe committee of atrattccmtntB arc already
at work This will be a matter of prcal importance
to Iho 1'acific Coast and will bave come beneficial
effect upon these lelandf . No doubt interest
tnll bo taien in the affair by our own peerle'
Tne sww Louisiana, recently said "AVe
are clad to be able to increase oar estimate or tho
total sucar yield from this year's Lotu&i&na crop,.
At one lime ll secmcu unrcasonauie io expect over
1R0.O00 hoofihead ot socar. bnt now it will reach
175,UUU and powibly come near 130,000. Of conree
the most xnmrable fall weather has produced tbia
cuance lor me ueiicr. lor wo cines wave luiij
ripened and tho sagar yield is rcmarkab; pood,
A kew bank has been started The
ibenewTcnturcviUbe foand in another
onlaron. Tbe partners are Colanil Clans bjireckel,
W. O. Irwin and F. F Loa. Among
tho partner there is financial ability, experience
and capital. It is understood that suitable
will be creeled, but meanwhile the (jukiqcss
will be conducted by Mr. t . O. Irwin, at the office
of the Oceanic bteatnship Co The proposal to
open a new bank is one oi lone siaDdtnc, but irom
various cauws it has been delrycd till tho present
moment. 1 he firm obtained the Iicenmj on Monday
A urrrcn from an influential gentleman in
Washington says "The Gizrnz has seized the
coming objections of this winter and baa fthly ex-posed
their fallacy. The exposition of the
of the AMtertioa that American mfloenoe m
Hawaii has diminished, that Amcncm ownership
in plantations is a delusion and the facts there
anent brought forward in tho Uizitte, furnish
the friends of the treaty here, in adranee of
proof which are pertinent acd invaluable "
This l hich praise indeed and u is extremely
satisfactory to the Gazette to hare earned it from
snch a quarter
The January number of the third volume of the
Oreriait JMr i bright and readable
coatnhutes a capital article upon the
"Future of grape growing in California, ' and Mr.
Woodrow ilson a very thoughtful ono upon Cabinet
Government- The first of a neries of articles
npou the late war in feonth America ia lntenacly
interesting and u a valuable contribution to modern
history. For readers of fiction there is ample
provision in tho continued story cf Anetta,w
"Donnelly's iJaby,' "Mrs. George'it New Year's
Gift" and MA .shepherd at Court." Tho whole
number is well put together
Tin: official rejiort of the damage sustained by
the ntlurial psn&hcs of Louisiana from inundation
tarlym Ifcfc2 ha just been made public. It
say that the total number of acres of plant and
cane lost was 33,043, value of tint loot 24,317;
value of stubble cane lost $2,057,410; of rice
10G.8W. value of cotton lost $2,939,833. of corn
$1,102,497. of peas, jiolatocs and tcisccllaneous
crops $ lOTSH losfccfl in stock, animal. clc,
in buildings, fences, etc $074,170; in labor
yjtX. in unsuccessful defense of levee JpOCK,
077: other loowfl (152,541; estimated quantities of
arable land inundated G0G,C71 acres, reclaimed by
levee protection 1,857,700.
As Tnr French Chambers have passed tbo
Ihlt, it is now dear that France intends to
Rend all its hardened criminals to New Guinea,
New Hebrides, ?sew Ireland, and other Mclanasian
islands. Thu the Australian colonists will not
odJt not content to. bnt will forcihlt reiL and
Great Jintaln must do it duty in the promises or
the colonists to do the work themselves,
ranee will soon discover that Australia is sot
Madagascar by long odds. The scheme of the
French government is to mate & clearance of all
its criminals, male ana lem&ie, ana csiaoiiau mem
in tbe bouth bcas. If there are not suwcient
female criminals as consorts for the males, the
number is to be made up from the ranks of
InUon. This nohev would nrovent the industrial
aottlemeut of those islands, and would Jead to a
criminal overflow upon tbe opulent British Colonies.
Annexation is therefore a measure of self
defense, (uecnsland now suffers greatly from its
tnoximitr to Nr Caledonia, the rovernor of
which never nppb.es for the ttradilion of any of
llin rntiKimna traiwHt f rum th Ie1p fif ninf
Ix au article on the "NilecUou of Artificial
Manure for the Sugar Cane," which Appeared in
tue November number oi me
ytl (inzrtlc and 1'htmttr Jonrmaf, the Writer concludes
that the following are tho most IropurtALi
conclusion, 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 soil itaclf.
2. Tbat a mroonia used as manure moet strikingly
increase) the growth of the cane, provided the
soil be not deficient in mineral constituents.
3. That large quantities of mineral cont.titucnbj
arc taken f nun the land in the crop, part of which
find their way into the mobusvs and the iinpnro
sugar, and the remainder are contained in the
asuc left on burning tho cane rcfuso as fuel.
I. That tao mineral constituents of the melasma
consumed on the plantation and tho
ahca (afUT being finely ground) should te returned
to the bind as manure.
C last tUcro is an inevitable loss to the soil of
some of tic mineral constituents taken from the
land in the cane, and hence it ia necessary to pro
vide such oonstituents in the artificial manures
used for tho crop.
Kelhttt to the lack of legal enactments fur iho
punishment of persons who become banVrnt
through iod nlgcnce inMoutside speculation. Sit
pullUiea tho following "Jna recently
published ptmphlet on tMukrumcy legislation. M r
ll. C IlobUus, of le New lork Chamber of Commerce
advocates tbe punishment of bankrunU
whenever it appears that they hare been engaged in
illegitimate uutside speculation. He says: A
firm engaged in a legitimate commercial business,
which tmt of it and speculates In other
nnu and fill, orient to suffer a Duhhc ocnaltv.
z . .' " . . -
mus, tr a arm gambles in mines, a ury
goods firm dibbles in real estate, a drug merchant
embarks cr speculates la produce or stocks, the
iuowy lost is not their own. but funds advance!
by bankers and others on their note, under tho
iieti ma. uiey arc uoing a icgiumaie uusincds.
H ! thev f ail. the iniurv is nut cofinod to the
creditors; public confidence is shaken, support ii
withdrawn from other good firm, and workmen
are Uirownout oi employment, xnustnenppie
of one nun evil act extends till it reaches Irom
the banker io the mechanic. This is sound doctrine.
As we have repeatedly pointed out, the
criminal law, as r present administered, is far behind
tbe needs of tbe day. It should be ei.tendd
to cover just such cases as mentioned by Mr.
llobbins. The provisions for the punishment of
the acts referred to should be included inn general
bankruptcy law, for the reason that it is only under
the machinery created by trach a law that an
energetic enforcement of such provisions can be
hoped f or."
The- entire length of CeretanU and Noaana
ntrvots uere watered en tbe occanoa of tb Ute
Kmml rnneraL bvAIr. Dodd. nnd faia UioocttfcJ
n ta inramnr1alila CrnA!ta at ha Trived na
pej for the s&me.
The Scandinavian Kingdom
Gormrnxao, Nov. STUx, IS8X
Editoi Gaixttc iimnrming my last respects
of ZM, I now bea to advise you further respecting
the crpfrlftion ty the ranait on her voyage
through toa world.
The govemmast has considered tbat a man who
is qualified to lake duo notice of commercial in
terests idtba oMmtries that the rmrrdU will visit
during the Mid voyage, and also to inspect the
Swedish exd Norwegian Consulates, ought to accompany
the expedition, and the government has
in such qualification appointed the Swedish and
Norwegian vice con'ral at LiTerpool, EngUnd, 1L
Hie expedition expected to visit the coun Ines as
follows UKboB,0tJl December, 1883: in 14,110
dJarjfiro,l(h January; Valparaiso, 15th March;
Tahiti, 10th May; Hvnolnta, loth Jmmt; Yokohama,
1st October. llorgkTms,2?th October. Sinrtrore.
Xth November; u ISaS, Calcutta, 1st Jwuary
Aden, 2Uta 1 euruary; uioraiier, isi April,
a kew coxr.in.
An association for classification of ships, like
the French YeritJB, German Lloyds and others,
has been recently formed in Sweden, for the purpose
of classification of in all countries.
Tne name of the company is "The Scandinavian
Veritas, head office in Stockholm, and tho Hoard
nf THttftiem consi&ti Of Admiral Krentrcr. the Ha
waiian Consul-General, Brugcr, and a couple of
other well known men, one of them n son of tbe
great Swedish Hanker, Wallenberg, Lieutenant
Wallenberg'. Consul -General Burger is appointed
Managing Director. Large sums hare been paid
to foreign companies for classification, but the
new company will no doubt, if well inanagid, gain
the confidenoo of the underwriters and charterers,
and soon get a Urge number of members. In con
nection "with this I beg to give you some figures
respecting the Swedish navigation, the Norwegian
: Mt mrlmiifJ About 30.000 men are en? iced as
: crews on the Swedish ships, which numbsr 4,200
Billing ana ti raeanasuips. xne sailing snips
' count C2J C13 tons, and the steamers 2TsSU horsepower.
1 he ships belonging to Gothenburg measure
HAOG ion'?. Those belonging to Stockholm
27 JrtO tons.
From foreign countries 9,321 ships arrived
127 "01. whereof about the half were
KhinR. To foreicn ports departed lCGCt shins
loaded, reeamrmg 2,72322$ Una. whereof 40 per
cent were oweutsu snips, in ine loreigii ixaue
wera engaged about 2VK) ships and the Ssedish
him in f oreicn trade made the following f reichts:
SaUaig ships, 3357,148 krauar; steamers, H."XXUn0
krauar; IS krauar is equal to one pound British
sterling. The greatest number of foreign ships
visiting Sweden were:
Loaned, lu balluL 2s o. oi hlpi'
IlanUh . .lyltt. . 5 . .,
4lerman ... . T3S ... . Ml MC
Holland... . i. . xt;
Kocland. . 3M .
1 ranee. .. 1W.. 3S
Finland l SB...,
I said the ships from foreign ports armved at
Sweden numbered for loaded 321 and for those
departed ICjCCi, and mav add that ships amved in
ballast numbered 15,046 and departed in ballast
7tCEti. 1 hese figures concern the trade "jl, for
isk: no report are as jet gnen irom tne government.
Dunne said vcars the Swedish exports amounted
to 223,1110,000 kruar and the imports to 2sH,0W,UU0
arauar, leacu ia krauar ii.;
Ihe subject of the Treaty has already been
noticed in the present session of the American
Conevoss. the following joint resolution havim?
bcen twice introduced in the Senate, and each time
referred to tue committee on foreign delations.
"Joint l.csolutian as to givin? notice to termi
nate the convention of June 3rd, 1875, with His
jiaicmy me jving oi mo Hawaiian Jsianas.
Yt titrcas. the said convention, m Article .. pro
vides that the convenuon shall remain in force for
seven years from the date at which it may come
into operation, and further until tbe expiration of
twelve months after either of the high contracting
parties being at libery to give such notice to
tbe other at the end of the said terra of seven
Tears, or at anv time thereafter.
"Therefore, resolved by tbe Senate and House
of llepresentativos of the United States of
in congress assembled, Tbat the Fresident of
the United Slates bo requested to gire notice to
terminate said convention in the manner and at
the UmcFct fortbanI jroTided for in said 5th
The following resolution was also read twice.
orucrea prunca anu rcierreu io ine uouse tom
raittee on Foreign Affairs.
"l.csohcd by the Senate and House of lepre
scutatircs of the United States of America in
congress nesembled, that notice of the wish on
the part of the government of tbe United States
of America and His Majesty the King of the
Hawaiian Island, concluded on the 50th day of
January 1875, and which took effect on theOJi day
of September 187G, be pren to His Majesty the
King of tLe Hawaiian Islands, in compliance ith
tbe terms and provisions of Article V of said
Thi ondtrafgned hate formed a
nader the firm uame of Spreckels & Co, fve
tlie PiirpiM of canrlns a Orneral RanLlns and Ex
chine Do plum at Ilonolalo and pach other places In
the HawaiUn Kingdom a may be deemed ad visible
sirne!) CLAUS SrKECKELS.
WM G. IEWIX,
1 F. LOW
HoBolnln, January lull, lSI
to tlie atote c be to infm the lDtIne
pnblklljii we are jirqured lo make Loan, Discount
Ajimved Notes and Inrcbae Exebifge at tbe beft
Cnrrent Kale. Oar for Selling Ex
change oo the prlneijul iwtnti In the tailed htatee,
Ennipe, China, Japan, aud Australia are
and nbru ivcrlected dor notice 1,1 be "Wen tVe
trail lcu be jirrjiared totreelre nrpwltt on oen ac-count,
makv'CollccUcgi, and rondnct a General Bank
ins and xchanr Ilnsineno. si'KECKELb CO.
FURNISHED ROOMS Seat and cosily Tnr
nfbed Kwtui can bo bad br an carb application at
(.) 0. 4 UAUDCN L INE
American Walt ham Watches
Awardd Tw. Gold Medalc. Tbe onlr bicdalt award
ed for tVajtW . Jlelbonrne International Exnibltlon
The only Uivld tlcdal; atan, three tpectal and foai
Tbi Gold Medal, run. 1TB Fuar Flrat I'rUe Sled,
al- riillndrlnhia, IrfTO
The nueouikxl cce or lbte oeirbraicd Hntcnre
ha irodnceda host of wortblrft mlutlunf, I .avert
wlllnlisem thi Trad Mark, "Wall ham, Ua,"
up tbe lale wfall enalne Matlbam tVatcbca
(.old iaFef aie FtanipcdA W Co, lfk. or ilk.,; and
Stiver case art pumped American Watch Company,
n acuiam. iuaea sienio Wf If
A iviiv ore4i'j:u&iiAici;
Xl lennw tutrable to the Share-holder of tbe Hawaiian
i arriari aiaunfaetareltic at their offlce,
Wi lm IItAJl, t AU.VIAGE SITO CO
LITTLE IBs GIANT !
Formerly Owned, by Miles Bros.
i onftd and kind, rcavou for FtMng
! e. to
i ia L. II. &TULZ, tVal in ea. Ka aal
GRAND PERFORMANCE !
Saturday Even'g. Jan. 19
Last Night and
Farewell Benefit to
MISS LOUISE BEAUDET.
ECTEAOEDINABY ATTEACTIOH !
ji:. Tin; i:r.oi'i:Mi;T,
And Other Attractions !
es For iartltular. ice dally papers.
IF YOU ARE SICK.
H yon are !ek, UOP HITTERS will
orely aid atnre in making von neil
aptia when all ele fall.
If yon arc comparatively well, bat feel
the need of a grand tonic and atimntanL
never rect eary till ra are made a new
being by arcuf
Ifyoti arccnctivcor dyspeptic, or are
anfleri n from any oUifruf thennmtrous
3teHcvt tbe stomach or bowel. It la
'"Vyoaroan fa dt if yon remain lit, for
ato a aowcelsa. remedy in all ench
If jo are wasting away with any form
of KHney Disease, stop tempting Death
ibit mooiaait, and torn for a cure to
1 f yat are tick w ilk that terrible
nronneFB, Tun will find a "Balm
In Uflead" tn tbe nee of
If Jn are a frequenter, or a resident of
il hhhbiuc district, barricade your ivi
teta aninaiine scourer oi au eoaauif
malarial. epidemic, bilioas and Inter-
snitteatt fevers by the nee of
If yon bare rocgn, pimply, or sallow
vkla, 4a4 breala. tai)s and aehe, aad
feel miserable generally. HUP BITTE Its
will ffHe yon fair skin, ricb blood, the
atroeieai bteatb, beiltb and romfort.
In short, they cere ALLDireac or
tbe Slamaeh, Bowel, Blood, Liver.
erve, Kldneja. Ac, and
ail! be paid, for a case they will not cure
That poor, bearidden. Invalid wife,
sister, mother or daughter, can be made
lbepktareof health byafew bottlea of
Hop Dltter , costing bnt a trifle.
Will yon let them safer ?
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich tho
And von will bare no skkief or (ufftrisg or doctors
Wit to pay
tar For Sale by
- UOLLISTEB t Hoaolala
For Salt by P0LLKSAI1,
NOTICE IS 1IKREBY OIVEX
that tk uaderalpied hare entered late parted-shin
aa General Balnera Agenta la Ilouolnlo, II. 1.
and that their boalaera bereaner will be enadncted
aadertbeflmeaaieol WISKSIA ASULKY
J . WISKHAS,
Ti O. ASHLEY.
"imiTED WE STAND,
WISEMAN & ASHLEY
THE UXLT KECOUXIZED
In tho Hawaiian Kingdom.
tuh: ;xi;w I'liwi takk the
X l1eanre tn alatlna to the Ititslnesa Coamnnity
anu iic iiniic iencraiif . inai aT btc aiiea vp
one of the Klerant tJ round Floor's In the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING
On Merchant Street, Honolulu.
tVbere tbey will conduct their Dnilneo herrafter, and
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Hanibal and St. Jo
AD ... .
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QOINCY
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OB" WEW TOltK.
City of London Fire Insurance Co
: Money Brokers,
fir Special attention in the following Departmenta
IU dc onr aim, ina we idtiic jour wrrioi prrwii.
Wells. Farco & Co
GENERAL FORWARDING I COKRIISSIOR AGENTS.
We deliver Lettcri, rackajca. Tarcela and 31 oner all
over the World, send ordcra direct to onr Agent like
wine, to be filled and returned skip tbroorhoot the
United sutea and Foreign Coon trie Merthandl'c,
Lnrio. c from the Kingdom. X3T" Alwaya aadviae
joor friend abroad lo rend Parcel, Tartar". In
Letter, and Money to yon through HELLs,
'AKGO are etabliahed lo all
large cilie on the plobe. Don't conlder the Eipente
when rending through nr, a we will Oarantce yon
pauiiaetion in every panicniar ana noia onrfeive
in all onr nodet taking
Agent for the Hanlble & St. Jo. and
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON AND QUINCT RAIL R3ADS.
TbeteKoadit arc the most Comfortable and Inviting
Hoad going Eait. Tonrl la will find the Scenery, the
ralacecara, the stall oo Keitanrant along these root
inot Inviting and rpenor,and Lettrr
to all Tiavelera and TuarUt coins either a lit ttr
elai papengert to the Irtnelpal Agent in Saa
who Mil take 'Declal nafna lnmakint von ac
qnainted with IUUway ofncial through letter to tbat
your trip n hi ue mw cnjoyauic 19 me ena.
Real Estate AcenU.
WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE
In all parts of tbe Kingdom Searrh Ibcarda and at
tend completely to every branch In Selling Iteal and
Leasehold Iro Dertv. Oar Office will contain tnapa of
all Propertlea left In onr charge. e maae a epeciaiiy
in Collecting Kent, kerpln; rmiici in renal r. rav
ing and discharging Taxe. U ater Kate and effecting
inenrance". uwneraoi jTopenr ahonld oeario mini
hat a wlU relieve them from their attention to
Iroperty. iraaran teeing at all time to act with care
for a nominal consideration for nervlcei in Ihla department
lCoomc, Cotuge and Man lions to let at all
times on application to u.
We Supply all Kinds of Help,
Roth male and frtnala In all th variona hranr lira nt
lndnttryon these lalaad.
jreaw, ana jiercnani generally noaii
lotur ns wben racancie cxif t aa we will fun-lib no
help nch as Clerk. Sale? men, Uouk keeper. Slecban
lea or laborer unleaa well recommended to i.
Chinese rJerrant and Female Servant will be pop-riled
to famlllea at ahurt notice, for whkh a nominal
commit t Ion It exacted.
Llfo and Fire Intnrance Amenta.
reel It a dolw to rail rverv mii'i alifitlnn fnK
tkalarly a man of family) lo keepbta Life innred for
tbe benefit of hi Family who auoften are dependant
opon bla labor for their topport. lotto mrn and
mechanic voald find It the moat pleasant dnty of
their lircs to take ont a roller on the Tontine principal
a In a few yeara ahoald they lire they will
hare aatBcient fan da to engage in bosCne with a neat
capital to back them. He invite yon. to call on ns when
we win take pleasure is liinnraunz to yi
till It 1' for year welfare to be I mured I
ren nan who owna FronrrtT chonld remember that
Flre.f that rrimmesfencer often make tbe rich, or
well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let thl be a
emu vn b once ana protect your-
MONEY TO LOAN I
FROM SIOO TO SI0.000 ON
Cnatom House Broken,
We bave made special arrangements whreby we can
enter Oooda at the CsWom i!oaselhroa?h 1'ower of
Altornfy and e call upon all merchant and
Kcrpcr io make as ianr Ainu ai once, vnr ensrges
for this work 1 very Kraonable and ae will Enter
upour, pcy ana uiscaargc w reignt ana iniy itui, ana
deliver joor good direct to yenr places of Business in
prompt order. Merchant and will find
thl of great advantage to them f n every way.
General Basinets Agents
Our long acquaintance with the lluslness Comma nit;
. well known and we Inverablr keen Id violate ail boat
Bees matters of a private nature. It a tin ess men who
will Intrnst Ihetr commerrtal matters to ns may always
feel safe In so doinr We studv tholnteresu of onr
dlanUatall tune and advise on all builnes topics
cartf ally, based on etfr best judgment.
In the Oeneral Basincss Department we attend to
everything in the Commercial line, such a the following,
via: Booka and accounts kept and adjusted ac
cnratelr. ncatlv and atlfietorllv. Bills Colleeteb
promptly, and proceedings taken agxlnit creditors
wncn compulsion required s rDeeay tiuemed; Legal
I'a)ers f crery description, inch a Deed, Bonds,
Mortgages, Bills of Salt-, Leases, UJIa, rarfaerfnlp
I'aoers. ie drawn. ALSU..dvertiaenent. No(lra
Articlcs,LommanIcatlons and Lorrespondence written.
ALSO Memorial drafted and Engrossed, Draft,
Notes. IHllanf RTrhane. Ittm nf Irr4flf and Flank.
Ing matter generally attended to.
All Orders From the Various Islands
Tons will receive pmniptacs W can Purchase at
the Lowest Market Itales and moch more reasonable
than Ton can. and we inspect evervthing before wc
boy and therefore It I to vonr Interest U send roar
orders u as as wa then become responsible, and the
small commliaion yon pay a Isle than what your
pnrthaacs aroosnt to bujing as too bare been doing
OaTAtl corretpondence to as we lake pleasure In
answering wltacwt delay.
We Invite everyone to Inspect oor new and spadons of
systematic rale with pulita aasUUnta, central location
and eclal adyauuges for conducting onr business we
feel toat the community at larje will be gratified In
knowing that snch a beneficial institution has been
established where tbt wants of all may be supplied by
Your Moat Obadiest Sarruta.
Wiseman & Ashley,
General Buslucss Agents.
CampbalTa STsw Slock, atertkamt 8L. Honelnlo.
P V BOX 314. I TELEFttOXE SI7
P p. SOar Cbrlstmas and Sew Tear's Books
are ready and oo application or by letter we will pre-sector
Mod yen one. $$
Mr Wiseman and Vr Ashley desire 4o thank the
public feaerally for their Hberable patronage aestawed
poa them hil separately condaetur: Vaslaeaa la
llowolala a 'eneral Boaroess AgeaU and they trust a
LIBERAL 8ILA&E of Datronare for IhenswOm ta I
tbt fa tar It
FOR SAN FIIAjSTISCO
Tk" Al Anuriesn Erlgantlne
Will hire Qnick SispatcH for above port
For freight or passage apply ta
TO WM O 1RWIX Jt Ca Agents
The Al American Bark
1 T CR03SLKY. C.pula.
Will Leave for the above Vort on or
about FEU. Stli, 1S84.
MVTot Frffbt and TUMr hfriaz Am
Wl CASTLE A COOKE. Arret..
For San Francisco.
ijr . THE AJIETJCAN
For frelsbt or p.f sr .ppt J lo
m C UCEWEIE A CO . Agrnu
KI.. t t iOylYIAMER.
Mill leave Honolulu carh To.wlay at 1 V M for La
haina, Jlaalaea. Vakrna, MaSikoni kawsiha.
and II Ho, Arriving at llllo early Thursday
morning. Will leave Ililo each Thursday at noon;
MabukonaeaehFridayattr M.t kawaihacar 1 A. M.
otSaiurdjy;3IakenaaCA. M ; JtaalaeaatT 30 A. M
and at 9 J" A. Mnrnuhla; lltinolola each
PASSENUEH TRAIN from Mnlil will leave each
Friday at 1 r.MMtnconneetllh11r
TbeKlnaaWILLTOtClIat llonokai and ruubin
on dara trijx for Tasei ngrs I a tlgnal 1 made from
ner Steamer KInanill not take heavy frtlsbt for
Laupahoehoe.- Light freight and packages onlr. AU
io.Miriinr, i t iyi7i t.Mnt.
Will Leave Honolulu upon the follow I pit dales at 5
Thursday. Dec. . QrTl. Brsnav. ?&, . ...51
Monday, Dec . .. 51 MohdyFb ..11
Thursday, Jan rii. 2t
Monday, Jan .. ...Sl.Uonday, Jlircb .......3
Taking freight for Labalnt,
Kawaihae, Taauban, Jlotnkala Lobolaielr,
tlokala. Laupatinrboe. llakaUn, Uiioinen. I'aukaa.
I'apalkou, Malnakaaiid Hiln Hi taming will touch at
all the above ports.
All live Stock frora Kawalhae mot be hipped by the
IlltK.N7IJV, t i (U1MEII,
Will leave Lonolulu eaeh Monday at 5 P. M , tor
rnknn, Ilttelo, Jtina, Makaalae, kliwhnln and
Sinn; and at heanae every other week.
Ite turning will touch at Lahalaa, Pukoo and
rcacbtnr Honolulu FrtdaT I. M.
STEAMER 'MO OLIP
2Iet.KI.01t, t t CU31MA5DLK,
Will leave Honolulu each Monday P. M for the
side of Oahu. Wtlgu by way of Watalua, w'len
ever sufficient Inducement offer, return mg every
Fridaj P. M
BSTTbe Company will not be responsible for any
freight or package unless
bagsigennle plainly marked. ot responsible
fr money or Jewelry unless placed la charge of the
AH possible care will be taken of Live Stock, but tbe
Company will not assnme any rlok of aecldent
MAML tl. 1WLUE1., President,
S D KOtE, Secretary.
OrTIt'E Corner rort and Queen b'reete
HonoHln. Dec 10.18S3. VTi
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Will Ittut Jtegnlnr Tor Kona and Katt
Ia'jho Honolulu at 1 p. in. on
Friday, Jan llFriday, Feb ET
Tuesday. Jan 23 Tuesday. March
Frldav.Feb ljsriday, March . II
Tuesday, Feb lTnesday, March ....55
Arrivo nt Honolulu on
Friday. Jan........ 18 Friday, leb
Tuesday, Jan...... ...... .23, TBCsuar. March..
Inday, Feb , . ..( Friday, ilarch....
Tuesday, Feb.... . J
Stmr I WAJLAJSri
Leaves Honolala creiy Tuesday, at 5 p. m,
for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele and Waimea,
Kanai. Eetmniaf , leaves Nawiliwili every
Stmr. JAS. MAKEE,
Leaves Honolala every Thursday, at 3 p. m,
for Kapaa & Kilanea. Betorning, Leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. in, and touch
ing at Waianae both ways.
Stmr. C. S. BISHOP,
Leaves Honolala Ever? Tuesday, at 4 p.m..
tor ituKutiiaele, Honoxaa ana Paaahaa.
arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
o OFFICE .1 the Ctlatwiir loot or KlUn trt
nrarthe F3Ibf Wbarf K7tf
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
An.l Hi. Xplcuilld xtcaiiKlilp
CITY OF SYDNEY !
DKAItmiltf. OMM tXIIHK.
WILL LE1VE HONOLULU FOR SIN FR1NCISC0
On or aboat Monday Jan. 21.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
On or about stfinuary 27, 1883,
Tor rregbt and Passacf , apply to
VJOSc II ItlCCrELDACO IfeaU.
Cd ar ?llilpuieu( r fc(eautea eu now
te Atwretl, Free ol Clmrse, In (lie I ire-proof
ftstrerione ursr I lie Menmer lTbarf
Tbe Agcotf here art now prepared (j
I"tir Tickets to Sau I'rancNco And Ketnrn,
FOR EUROPEVIA NEW YORK
Tvo Sailings Every Week.
Frvm jVeie York every IV&lnestlttif,
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE!
-90, nnd 8100 tltf
According to Accommodation.
KLTUKX TICKETS OX FAVORABLE TEIOIS.
terras ,J2S Currency
Good ceummvdaf ions can always be sernred on applies!
I a ta V, 1LLIAHS DIUONIl CO.
JAS. ALEXANDER, ,
ve'bson n. erowx co .
4 Bowling Green, New York
Vailrp i Pin rfm, r. u.inKi TIfir Zealand
and Honolnle TbeiCunrd Line iflordsiaoe thta usual
lacllltlei to thronjgb jassengrrs from
lafta, the frequency or fa ralllnre prelaa, "
delay ta NewTark
(ff uooa accommoocfiooa always
YERSONl! BROWN tO
f ly I Bowling Green New York
Tdr and Pitch.
WKDIKII TAjX. SOsTTIf "'
3 riTfii. TAR I- DLOii VAU3I3UI
Fof t?J tv
Ba 7 DOLLT3 CO.
grgj fflf(f tistntnii.
X onDEROF THK JUSTICES
.( t& anptrm, Cevrt. jAXtf W,Onn., Ef,lls
UIl iirbcn .ppolBtnlClnk of til. Clitnlt Cont
Ik, mn4 JidlcUl CTrc.lt. I, ilm ct. Wlllltr. O.
tfc. lt eTcTraarr, A. I. t(i.
mil uassT surni. Dpr cwt.
la me vwtcd by the Constltittoa and the statutes
of tblsKlnedom, and deeiaint It essential t the pro-motion
of justice I do hereby order that tbw reralar
term of the raurts JadJeUlCtremlt tabateldat
Kauai, trj thBrstTaesdavAf PebTssrv. tjD.
W he hereby jtponed an 111 frLDXBSDAT, tbe
1Kb day of said February, A. IX 11. at 10 oclnck a. m.
Y1tne my band and the Seal or tka Su-
l) preme Coart of the Uaalisa Islands, at
A. FAA.NU J LliD,
Alteti Chief JsMlseufTetTCorrt. -
Htaat Suttk, Peputy Clerk tn Jt
SUPJIESfK COUUT OF THE
IsUads In the mitlet of th bankrawtcy
of AUCHIHALO B.KEBR. Urderof Sollce of
for proof of claims.
Upon .hsnllBrr.f the petition of ArcnlSald B. Ken
ol Honolulu declaring himself a bankrupt 'aad pfttiur
lo Icadjadlealed as sneh.lt la nrdered tiatXOSDAY.
relraary 11th. A .Wl,u 10 sefcek a, n.ltaty
CbimberslntheConrt Room, nonolala. be th time
and place for adjudicating said baakruptry If It la
said bankrupt to prove
their claim, also that the Marshal tak psaseaitoai of
salt petltiiner's property and that tkl rdee b
for three consecutive weeks la ike Hawanaii
Dated Honolulu, H. I Jan.ltb.ll.
SENJ 11. A18TIN.
Attist Justice of the 9 a preme Coart
Ha;nT Sim. Deputy Clerk. TO at
Supickme counrr or the
Ltlanc. In the matter of the bankruptcr
ofELIMUlC Sot ice of Hearing for
pmof of claim
Upon the alia: of the petition or Ell.ha C-
of llonolultt. declariaz himself Insolvent and pray-In-
to be adjuitirei a bankrupt. It la ordered Ust
the ?i h day or February next, at my Chamberi la
the Court Iloom,ln Honolulu, at IO o clock a. mb
the lime and place for adjudicating ald banknpUy If
dlspnted, anil also for creditors of said bankrupt to
prne their claims; alo, tbat the Marshal do meanwhile
take possession of said petitioners' property
and that this order be published for three sectetstve.
week In tbe Hawaiian Oiirm newspaper.
Dal-d Honolulu, H I. Jan. ftb, 1583.
A. FRANClil JUDD,
Chief Justice nepreme Cemrt.
Attest Httav Snrni. Iepuiy Clerk. Wl ft
Siri'itEME couirr or the
INLANDS. In the matter of J A 1 3
W R0CEHTON.avoIuotsry bankrupt.
James W Itobcrtson of Hnnolaln, kavlaff roate be
fore tho Hon. Ben) II. Austin, Justice of the lu preme
Court and declared hlmaelf a bankrupt aa provided la
Section Wl nt the Civil Code, It was Ihlsdarnrdcred be
the eaid Justice that WEDNESDAY, the 1MH day r
January. A. D. 1(M, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the Court
room of the Supreme Court, Honolulu, be tbe time and
place to bear and decide the question ft bankruptcy,
and tbat notice of said bearing be publlstcd la the
UtwaiiiK liaaaTTl newspaper.
Dated Honolulu. Jan M.IS4.
Wia 11E5UT SMITH. Depnly Clerk.
SUl'JlE3ti: COUUT OF THE IIA
wallsn Islands In the matter of THOMAS B.
ALKLIt,avoIunUry bankrupt. Before Mr. Justice
Thomas B. Walker of Honolala, bavins; come
tbe Honorable Benj H. Anstla. Jattlce of tbe Supreme
Court, and declared htmell a bankrupt a provided In
Section wc of theCtvtl Code, tt was this day ordered
by the laid Jnstlce that THURSDAY. Ihe I7th day of
January, A. D. IKM.at 10 o clock a. at the Court
Koom of the Supreme Court, atJlilolanl Hale,
be the time and place tn tear and decide tbe
nuestlon of bankruptcy aid tbat notice of such hcarinr
be published la tbe II a win as newspaper.
Dated Iloqplula. II I- January .tb.lWL
Wl .1 II EN It Y Deputy Clerk.
SUPJtraiE COUUT OP THE
n Islands, la Probate In the matter! tbi
Estate of K LUAPIUAULK l ft Molokal, drceaedT
intestate. Before Mr.Josllee Austin.
Un reading and nltnz the petition and account of
Henry J. Hart of Honolnlu, sllecln that Katuaplhaole
(k)f Kupeke.MoIakaldledlntesUie at said fiapeke
on the 6th day or ISovember, A. 1). IW3, and praying
that letter or administration Issue to some sattablo
It Is ordered tbat MONDAY, the 3 tb day of Januarys
A.D.lftS, at 10 a.m., beand hereby It appointed for
hearing said petition before the said Justice, la the
Court Uoom of this Court, at Honolulu, at which time
and place all persons concerned may appear and show
unfit anyiaey hare, why said petition should mot
be granted, and that this order be pnbllibed tnth
mnfi In Ilonnlntu.
Dated Honolulu, II. I-January 2d. A. D. 1L4.
Attes. 1IE.NJ. Jf. AL8T1.N.
llaav Sarni. Justice of Supreme Court.
Deputy Clerk. Win
SUPltUME COUUT OF TJFE II
IIand. In Probate. Ia the matter of the
EstateofJAMEH WOODS of pnuhue. North ;KohaU,
Island of Hawaii, deceased. Order appointing time
for probate of tt III and directing publication ot notice
uf tue same Before thief Justice Judd.
A document, purport) n- to be the laat will and testament
of James V oods, deceased, having on the 4th day
cf Janrvwy A. D. !Sm,beca presented to aald Probate
Court, arid a petition for the probata thereof, and for
Issuance of letters testamentary to Theo. II.Davies,
Godfrey Brown, Tho. 1L Walker and John Simmons
Atherwise known aa John Magutre baring been Sled by
Theo II, Davie.
It I hereby ordered that FRIDAY, the Sth day of
January, A. 1. ISM. at V o'clock a. m... of aald day, al
I he Lnnrt Itonm of aald Court, at Alllolanl Hale, la
Honolula, Island of Oahn.be. and the same is, hereby
appointed the time for proving said Vi III and hearing
said application, wben and where any person Interested
mar appear and contest tbe said tt 111, and the granting
jubllcatlon, for three successive weeks, la
iajt OAirmt, anewfpsper prlatrd and published In A
Dated Honolulu. II. I . January 7th, A. D. ll. 2 1 11
LAttRENt'EMcCCLLY, - 3111
Attesti Justice of the Supreme Coot
lliSRT urrn. uepaty t Jerk. sw;
QUPAEMK C0UP.T OF THE!
kj waiian isianas. in iTooaie in me mailer
Estate of JLLICV W AMJKNIIEIM.Iate ofj
Inlu. deceased Before Chief Justice Judd. mt
On reading and filing tba petition and accounts rT
F Uladedmtnlstratorof tbeeitateofJuiloi.V.'a
genhetm, late of Honolulu, deceased, wherelat .a?.
to ue aiiowea jjw.., ana cnargea nimseir wiif j'
and aksthst the same may be examined and VVKS
and that a Una) order mar be maddlscharaisiaf ..
bis sureties from air further rrsponslbilltj ay
It Is onlereil, rtalTCKSlIlY,Uif',fjK,7M
rnary A.D.IwW, at I o'clock A.M.. M nil mt
Lblcrjflitlee. at Chambers, In the Col,.JiT. ti..
Honolala, be and Ra same hereby It Plod a Louts
iipiB igu piacB ttT uruinj rail fniiiarand Itfr
and that all persons Interested mar tkh J?J
pear and thow cause. If any they haw thi'nnln In
should not be granted and torn Ihslfiwi!..
the EogHstt languace.be PUblisktished la
newspaper printed and prrlous lolhettne
lu, fur three successive week
thrrrln appoin'ru for paid heart of Jjn ii rttwi
LA WHENCE McCrieSat...l'nr.rt
Attest! Justice Tk WJ St
llaiar Bsmt. Deputy.
LJ UI'IIIjJI couiiD JTiiy tai
O JjThatafleriheflrn d-,
of January lift appealrltothel.NTE It
shallherefiulredlneirjilCfto batald by the
iV1 Court the case la
pellant to the Cleric " J
cntereil on tbe J tbe ToEa sod District
Tba Clerk I and reim them to in.
Judge or Uaha of tl tt appeal. ,
form parties Intemll,
Ityordtrof the CoOfiJ tLI AM tlSTEH. Clerk
JMi 3t 7
iuuut or nghfaini
wallan Islands In the mstter ofrf. iTWl fc,
ROBERT UN OEHLHOFFEN, a volaniary banhrept
and In tke matter or tho lEitaia of tltm
CRABBE an Involuntary bankrupt. Order for election
Whereas Ja. I. powsctt one of tbe iialgners elected
at a meeting of rred tore of the above estate held Dec
13th, I'M has declined to serve as such assignee and
whereas a petition ha been flea elgned by certain
creditors of said baukrspt estates, praying that a aew
election be bcld for the choice of an assitrnre tn fill (be
raraney cacsed by tbe refusal of the saldJ. 1 Dowsetc
ow lhcrrfore.it la ordered that a meeting of creditor
who have proved debts against the said estates tn
the amonal of f OJ or more he held at the offlra of th
clerk of tbe Harrcme Court in Honolulu, on WEDNESDAY,
the IGlb say of January, A, D. IMl,
9 o'clock $ ra. for the purpose of electing aa at I
nee of the aboie named estates to All aald vacancy and
that notice thereof be given by publication in the III
WAOAV Oaiitte newspaper.
Dated IlouoIalu.Decrraber 29tb, IfW.
A. F. JUDW,
Hcaar Surra. Deputy Clerk tin .
SUPJZU3IE COUHT OF TJIH
Islands. Ia Probate In the matter of
theEsUirofA. H. UcCALLCM.lateof mio. Hawaii,
deceased lfore A. Fraud J old. Chief Justice.
On reaitlnvand ailn tha nrililrm anyi ....
Alex. J Cartwright, administrator of the Eatate or
n.a aibiuuni, mini unn, i;vwail. aeeeased. where-'
aViltt bJ"?wel tao. and charge bimsslf
with and that ih . k..-...i i
and rproved, and that a Inal order may be made of
distribution of the property remaining la his bands to
tim lucrviurnuueUfanaaierBargjngnira end
his sarrtle from all further responsibility as such ad
II Is ordrrnL IhiL fHIDAT". th ait. .. .
-.7 r..uai,i,(ivwiiw.,., ueiore ins (aid Lnlc.
Janice, at the Conit House, at Honolulu, be and
the ame hereby I apoolated aa inn time and
FativmuiiizHiawuiion and accounts, and thai
all persons Interested may then and there appear aad
kow canse if any they have why the earn akoald Mt
U granted,, and may present evidence a taw ho am
'third to the said property. And thai tbla order. In
taa English lansnave. b nnhllthavt ! 11.. u...h..
UittTTX newspaper prlntedand published la Honolulu,
,-or three successive weeks prevloea to the time therein
appointed for aald bearing.
Dated at Honolala, II L,tbls rib day Drc,A.D.1Qn.
a. f. j l viyt
Attest' Chief Justice or the Supreme Court.
HfcaTPaTTH. Deputy Clerk. wm
Hortf ?- Sotlf e a I Farrcldnre ket Sale
tn .vcconD.vxcK vrnu a. row.
X sr ! tonulard In i rtln nxlrin mule It
.VM1 1i?V?'1. K"'""! " A J C"trtjtt. Tni.t of
reenrdsd la Hhr 77. na r.T viiu i. t.
that baIH ipftfi.tirpa l,tnl. a r.,... t ... "
foe condition broken, aad am ulrl f.H.1.
sell at Dublle anetloa at th aiaeii .rviti
Ilono'Dlu. on MO.VDA Y, the Ilth day of IVJr Un" '
at M of aald day. the Mcmlfei Z&ffTXF'S
mortgage a below spedlM jasHiiDed In said
Further particulars can tw ft
A J. CAUrrVniUHT R if. Castle. At
Premise lo be sold a ?.'.' wtiHSffSni.
of an acre In good u iV;,"'y"3
j or a BOO IB MM. 11 I
rent and Is free and 2sMW"S
In the Supreme jCo art ofBritiih Colnmw.
1 of rWAKDJilT,.iJ"y.TATk
Dr rf.Ml ' "or.kl.t;rt ...
Nrat the I if J of April. ISS. rt m &,!?.'?
rl.lmi to 3m f Curb, ,,, ,'k. iCjJJJ,'" ' Hr
tain, or w V"" BVl WII..ofSJ:'l" -.""
slewrta. Alifniey J4r the petitioner l.ffi'it1'
rnootb f m UTiile hereof, othcrwlsa lhl!I?,."'W
d reaui.ee rau toe procceaa taereov paia nV ""
petitioner, win claims to be solely entitled th M
viini m.i iy bi .orrDiisvr, a. u. im. V"
Jiyororr, VAX9 1.1IAU1.S.S l"KKVOW.
Ryitrar gapreme Coort, British CelaA.
Mortgagee's Hotice of FoTedotnra tuid"ek
A POW v
tage made by
Trvstee wf tbe V.
l er of sale era Lit net in a certain moefsa
Aplkland KaloaaolctoA J Cartirrlrbt
Holt Estate datrd the I5th dayaf Deeemtff. 18U rr
corded In liber 77. page !. Notice la hereby given
that said mortgagee intend to rortciote laid mortgige.
for coadltlea broken aid upon said forrelosera will
eell at public auction at the saVtnjom or E P Adam In
flonolula.oa MONDAY, Uie 11th day ol February. ISM.
at U M of said day. the premises described fa said
snortgsg a below specined.
ranker particular can be bad or W II Castle. At
A J. CALTtt KI0IIT. Mrttgsrre.
rrcHin m wr vnir aiiauiieq u JVaaiaea, avOON
B MM 1
OIIE UNHErWIGXEH IIAVIXO
A been daly appointed Admlnlstralcr of tbe estate
or Antoae Mattel of Uawolslu.deeease4.wtth the Will
annexed, Botitc i hereby given aa all persona fcavtaar
claims against the said estate to present thr same duly
authenticate with the proper Tonclirrf whether te"
cured by Rortgage er otherwise to the aadartlgaed
within six months from the data thereof or I hey trill
be forever barred, and all nervine Uecbtetl to eafat
erUtaareaoUaedtacaafte to Ike
aederatrned. W .,aaKt,
AdnV estate of Aatoue Man jeiwitb wmaftunfi.
Resettle, Jas.9oVltSv. mm