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XOXOLVLV. JAXVABY II.
U no rnl aetlvtty voticeaDly Id onaJnwa
circle TL, tb Proifcecta nolnt to a mini la
mdetn tbe near laartteinany projects tmd"xj,
k r.tTtst In thla tinBlflMa -
brtsbtwpandrvmereanyexlttincdalncea la tradi
circle, la mall trade the nraal reactionary effect of
tbe oHdaya li dJeanpearia:; and crttra from tbe other
I aland eomlng la. I'ommcrtlallj batlacte
baa revived the Uple article of Hawaiian export ar
-trine from home porta ncre for ibipmrnL la mdlj
ASnanciaJ ventiirawhlcb baaiae backta; of CoI.C.
fcrtctkeli,!. r. Low, Mr. Wm.O. Irwin Jiai
taken mot la (Ml city, via- Ueeftabrirbtrieat of a
new baak. Tn rttrrprite li one will nndoabt
edly be well received by raerttuLta and the eotnmanlty
Tbe arrival alter laat rritlox conltof tie atntr.
Xartr aaI tbtHf tsaa FrantUco
both with former la ad
ditiow anotbereaaUllnient ($IS,TVJ f the new Hawaiian
The departure of tin Xarljtou, EMnorr,
V. If, ftimotd all for ban Frtoclfco and
the Hope. Dora nisbm and Amelia for Inmbcr porta on
The P. St. ft. S. City of Mdney 1a doe (mm the hoovl
on the aoih Ian., ana the Alined from ba Irand'Co
BPOHT ' OP HONOLULU.
Jib Maripo4, Howard, rrom ban Frand-co
11-Ain CoutncK Conains, from Fran
Jan S Am h lik Vooec rbvalx. Green, for eroite
Ata Mine Amelia, Newhalt.for l'ort Town tend
1U Ambk KlalnorcJeoka. for baa Kranclteo
1U lcrriman, for ban Fraitcltco
nunc n ji itnona. Jiowiriett. Torn 1
12 Am bk Hope, Fin hallow, for Port Towncnd
12 Am tern lora Ulufatn, for Port Gamble
S b Martpoea, Howard, for ban fraaclrco
Veaaols in Port,
Am bk Croaalry
Am r.rtj llaaard,Tlrrnry
Am bktoe Jane A ralLtnbar. Uoodmin
Ambktne Ella. Howe
Haw bk Hale, ItotMai
Am lern KvavWlrkman
From Saa Frantlfco, pet Slariiwa, J an 91-all carj;o
mercbaDdue, inodnce, tpecic, ric
rrom Pan Franclvco. per Conrarln, Jaa 11A fall
rarforBcrlniercbandie and iTorliifii,iaj head lire
For ban FrantiKo, per Eiolnore, Jan 1& ItU pkt
as, 1 piano, 1 C booke.
For baa Franclaco, per W 11 Duaood, Jan 10 ITsS
plx tugf bis jank.
For ban Francisco, per EWlnore, Jan boale,
Mrltradleyandwife.Nrt Underwood, ilrt Way and r
Far baa Frauel-co, per Diecorcry. Jan 10-J Pnrvlr,
II Bnadorf, Xt Chamber.
For KansU per Js Maker, Jan 10 Mrs A V Jackson.
It C braiding, U C Potter. W F Grant, & Frame.
From K4l kn J Hawaii, pec Planter, Jaa 11 Capt T
Mniih,W O' At water, Hon U W PUipo,A Koch, A II
!mtUi, 11 II 'Wilcox. U'FRnT.FTlllman, W b lUy, 1
V Baldwin, 31lei A Pari-, E if ilesros.
From Eahnlal. per Kllanca Hon. Jan
and wife. U It Hood, 11 r Obln U Mitcbelr, W T
IQiodes, JQ E Com.
From San Francloco, fier Mariposa, Jan
bpretkel. -wife and s crranta. m G Irwin, sirs A
Grant, J V Grant, ft H 3Iorrow, Mlsa E Wilder. 3Ilu M
1 hnrwkelK. Geo W Marfarlane indKmnL
v.,lh i...l.hi h 3. v u r.k i qmM.b
Etov y r Low, n N'trton, K D Tenner, 4 bhaw and
wife. U L I rnderbiu, X Uaneuberc. Vr K tsidn ell, J E
Koct,er, vr i 'n"on, ram jarser. aitbv izibv. jur
V Nenmann and child. Geo Allae KilaLee. ilr. V
juunr, i u jumpueii, m jaciatiane, 1. 1 iiiem.
From Wanl and Molokal, per Lebna. Jan IS Rev
raiacr jjarn)rn,.r iwaieiroknu, wiiaua cniio, a LB'
tia, Jtn Akana, It W Meyer.
From Uamakna.prr C It Dlibop. Jan 11 lira J R
Jiiut anu uaajnin. Mitt si jucarn, jiaruy.
From ban Francisco, bcr Convnen. Jan 11 ilra U
Tnrnrrand on.Xra J Qnlnne, Mrs G blnuson', Capt
D McDonald and wUcU8bUytor.C l'ratttF Drown.
ji jnciwioaw. i- uranarao
From Windward I'one. per Klnau. Jan 13 av R An-
tln, R Lew ere, Slra J Kaal, fi PUablhennU MY Bald
win. II Cornnell, V II UatKy.Geo Kichnrdoon. J W
, iiong, ijioraeT, jiciuoe.
II Cum mines, wife and S children, 3fua Doanell.
Prieatner. b Tarlor. J WEbllnL.
ran lanuDi, jm .uu jtrmu, tn is ii lnnon
For Kahnlnl. tverKllaneaIIon.Janll)Iifl
a m i riMium,i imi,o .itiairj, inning, r
nley J Bennett, -J keanc, S Wrbtter. 11 Cool, F
nrsii rrancifco, prr Aianpaa,an i .un,ii
Lean. it t'atdwelU E G Incker. 1 L lUmtdale Capt
oann. A Mreckel. A U Ulecoz.Ex GovLow. Cant
tfr, na airrrajr.
this city, on th 5th
L at the retldcnce of the bride moiber. Emma
I. by Rer.tleorr Wallace, Jin. J. F Cautrri
i 1. 1. CAETEKof Chrttconrcn,
StbV .., m t."ttiw ,. nilKM.i .. ., tt, iJrral
j --; -..-v-,--. v--..--.. -..-
u1m W. irim jc r Ilnnalnls ta XicalJiJAX
of ban rraoelfco.
ERU In ban Dec Zfth. ltL
lATfd wlfeof A. Garictibetx. and tnotiicr
,niir banrraneipnt ana .Mr Lha J
'inia, ana auter 01 Jim. a. ronmann.
UvnoIalruJannarr 6th. 1(L Jotrn.
k and Iaie Marcoe,aed Syears and
Thrnn " Lrt TrB 1 .-! Ipco, CaL, and ITcw Tork (Spanitb
T,r"3 ptrarc vopj
for'Vv jutU>ott Iettcr
5o !ltl Cmcrn, Kronbiea acrordins lo co-to".
Uio it Ifondiir ol lhi month. Ifcins
donontie, th eft, , guej fOT two or three
wkIi tore ith l horde of new and f imiliar
fjcra frun the MJU Md int, aniiomllo pet at
I, E?. Mite!." Ail Colon!," and
J1" f'JUtfi;d. w.re to be wen li
.SUfi U'0 1J of U" "searin in,"
UKI.',VUt5..''Iv' "d BetUa rathe
capital and .Maker
radutinc hrr a. 'trawler lrom
rS.SlTLi? nS rvouTlUcA fMUtoent from
. 1 !V ir mn ,w "na, the Tanlros
h".L Sri, bo?nl 'r tl bat
tel VL'f tAhSSi "yn in tne fonrnn." :
1UUCWU1IJ JIM mn
! OX a uauio$;ua fcu
erally were openly i
of the election of a .clrwrriknt next year.
. Ilie "f881011 ".TOtlrd o'clock, but tbical.
at a by ro
Ly yea the crowd in the halls, outside
- the various trances, was solid and for an hour
fainting was the order of the day. Women and
children were carried out unconscious, and others
took their plaoea only to meet the same fate A
French array officer, who with his rarty were
hopelessly wedged into the jam of people before
the door of the diplomatic gallerv, it remind-Ml
him of the Commune, FinallTy'is the clock
struck twelve the members took theuicaU and the
gavel fell After they had been Bprn in they
proceeded to, elect Mn Carlisle of 1 lkctucky, as
Speaker, By,' ir kind of rennod crueh the usage
is for tie defeated candidates to
one to the chair. The title antkuAny of
tne luneuons ox our epeaser are doitt. from
the usacca of the Engush House of (
Their Speaker does not have so much .
oars, but what be lacks in that resnect la atp
tip in cxoecisivs dignity and the deference on
him. When he enters or leaves the Honse tb
is borne lef ore him bvibe
Speaker does not enter or leave the House, ,'
f ul as he is in ahsmnc leinslation. niid Roan
rank in the nation, in the natronaiTe at In
posal, and third in official precedence on btatc
casiana, in any sucn stjie, out uierauy at tne
or Ml in his room, which is attached to a t
phone, afid connects with one an the House. ViW
an taenia rpoaaer roures irom oinoe, no is
allv kiurhled and reourvea a necaion for life.
nifnr, onr Speakers take with them only the gaTtl
they have used as a reminder to their families and
luture generations oi deceentients, of tne honor
they have enjoyed. The next event of importance
was the reading, on the following day, of the 1 'resident's
mesw.ee, which vou will have seen before
this. Especially that part of it which allodes to the
Ileciprocity Treaty. i"he fact that the President is
friendly to it however, does not have as much real
fogmficance as Tour verywanguine Minister, Mr.
Carter attaches to it. The President's liking or
disliking a measure, has very little effect on the
votes of either House. Mr. Spreckel1 name as a
part of the combination which proposes to control
Oongrews, will Influence public opinion nnfavor
ablv the other paut being the Mormons, the Mississippi
river appropriation people and the whiskey
men. It is claimed by Spreckel" opponents that
the treaty exists for tils benefit; that he raises
and owns all the sugar on the Hawaiian Islanda;
that he has a monopoly of the trade and has made
in tb Having of duties alone, not less than
f3,W0,(XJU a year. It is also stated that he
pays the Tatinc railroads, a yearly subsidy upon
condition that they fix the freight rates on
ugar at such figures that they are prohibitory op-
viiraporaauoiu zrom uie iasi. una oi oar
lall ripsv "WUUJ iw uenty tmaer wnicu
ieis rmJtel? BW ttnopoly cxifts bow simply
jrottSeranoTV1 l abrogated by notice
from either of tUTnimenta interestod. An
iri m made by EWn augar refiners and
SSpIaateretoiiuavheUst Congress to
ilusnotlC., All this andvaow led Bp xtTJ
7uraUynedntiMlsyilasb a blfj
SlSS t&ngress for the &tft the treaty
- SSJtir. Mr- IMmont.of Carlisle Has 2eir sinoo York to Vb. opnd
Committee on ;F" A&,-Con.
rfaoe on the
P""" for tM.
rJLJitiOT harine adjourned boUdaja.
V. TTnoVmore than eter a matter w. W to the
HSTofSH that Dr. tolth .p.
KSTiSa raanM, t roramK. lw
Sioed In the comins contest. IfTpt, of
Sf IriiSe f P -here UatthnTiBBa lectnre
n oaenoe" and also on merson.
V. "JliJafi to Americans craerally, and Xf. u very
ATie5rtatio of him to a lower nbuie ba
wWfiood deal of "feeling, especially In Itostoc.
Vrffiot to believe in Emerson is to put yourself
VJa tne rue. uorerer, notwiuisuuMiinc
manv ausoaracuic' remaru at did ssv u
fson was tha fnend and aider of those who
would live in the spirit," than which, higher praira
cannot be given t His complaint that our American
uniTenrfties, as for instance, Cornell, gave
more uienuon so zuung km staaeois J or tne active
profession. A, engineering, than the pur.
suit ytweotnc8Sad light, is very amosing.
The wonderful aunsota which hare been taking
pUoe during this month over a great part of the
world wen to have been more splendid nowhere
than in this vicinity, which has always been
for f U atmotrfectic effects. On three
nights, the heavens were for an hour after
sunset of a dear blood red, as if the universe were
on lire; other sunsets were followed by an interna of
luminous green all over the the western sky, others
again, had wonderlol rank rays like those of the
ahootinir on into cndJiK.vn
agamst an opal sky, full of light, and lasting for
wi j nours arter tne ami nad disaDpeared. The
lsou given for these effort by aairuoomers, is J.
i uie euu is wrappea in uie tail or a comet G.
or ibis, woico is approacnuig, tnoogh with t
ora Bpaeauor, uie ma uaiy uemg vtsiuie.
(x M requiring to be area through a glass.
Vln. want of air. apdmUrr
brain and norw tire, trust an
. . v s -4- . T " , i je,l!EjSSPg(tfcgj vl
The L& el Cizmx subscribers who lure been
receiving their papert through It vi.
tore be sopplied direct from thii office, from and
after the 1st January, 1SS4: AH thene wbo wih to
office will charce nil as new Bnbwnbcrs from the
ik max. icone who nare pam w nuranco wiu
bBTe to nrraiic with the aicncea of J. W.
Bishop Willis and wire retained to this city on
the lioh instant, from their Ttsit to Kaholni.
The week of prarer heU at the Fort street and
Bethel churches ended on the 12th inst.
SL Albania Collere has had an serejuian nf mem.
bersdunaR the week and fscndeatlj crowing in
Herr Vandmann is veil eotmvtent to rerrtcnt
Hhylock,at least so think all who hare become
acqaainted with him.
A new farce tbo"0ntlflmnl' IjTtwh: nr. tho
the Wrong Man' was lately produced under the
patronage of the Gorernment.
Air. has lvmnht twtt ha tnt..nf nf Mr
Hits ua joiucucu uicro llfUl.
Siiocuaens of the new ooio, quarter and half-dollars,
are now in circulation. The half-dollars
do but meet with central f aror.
The mounted police are reported to bo aboat to
trarel for the island of Hawaii. Sorely they hare
rusticated in Honolulu Iocs enough,
Chas. J.tfshclhasju'ftopciicda beautiful line
of maerooe oordfAS well as a full line of ladio and
cents Bilk hosiery and underwear.
Credit must be given to the police for thiir
on Sunday. They were by far the finest
body of men in the funeral procession.
The regular monthly meeting of the Mission
Children's Society was held on the evening of the
VHh instant, at the residenco of 1. C Jones Jr.
The Hand concert at Emma Square, on the evening
of the Hth inst., was well patronized, and the.
beautif evening was an adjunct to the enjoyment
of the music.
Ht ofBaial notice it is loaned thai tha llAwaiian
Court go into full mourning for four weeks,
from the 9th insL, out of respect to the memory of
the late Governess of Hawaii.
The well-known barkentine J. A. FalHiilmiy
will probably no longer ply between San Francisco
and this port, after this trip, as she is to be sold
on her arrival in San Francisco,
During the absence of lit. A. G. EUis, at the
Coast, Mr. Lewis Levey will assist at the sales
held bT Mr. Adams, inakincr his first nrmearaneo
tmder this palm branch on the 18th instanL
After a final nhiftinir ami tvtllin" th Utit
l'alaoe ticket contains Uio niones of the following
gentlemen as aspirants U t legislative honors - J .
L.Kaulukou, James Kean,E.K. Lihkilani, J. T.
The comet is to be st.cn in the western skv a
little after sunset. This i an old friend of tbo
earth's, it is said, and paid a -visit to the solar
system in iciz. At present it is aistant and very
Last Friday evening's band concert at Emma
Square afforded Herr liergcr an opportunity to introduce
another newpiece, a clarionet solo entitled
"Scotch Melodies." The performer was
122,000 more of the Hawaiian coins, quarter
dollars, arrived per MarijMt, they will bo found
quite usef al for purposes of change. IS not soon
issued, however, the people will have to go back
to the original shell currency.
On the evening of theItthinsL,at G:30 o'clock
the north western sky presented a most remarkable
appearance, that portion of the heavens being
illumined with a deep red color like the reflection
from a groat conflagration.
Mr.Z.T. Squires address before the Working-men's
Union has been eagerly seized upon by the
San Francisco Citron ith and tho matter contained
in it has been twisted and tortured to suit the
views of that amiable sheet.
Marshal has now two restaurants in his
charge, the "Windsor1 and Honolulu," the proprietors
vf which have followed In the footsteps of
the illustrious "Count Itobert1 of the
and are now bankrupt;.
Mr. Thrum has occupied his new quarters in the
Campbell Block. They seem admirably suited lor
Mr. 'i'hrum's purposes. Those desiring articles of
uusiness stationery wui una an exceucnt selection
well displayed in the new store.
Dividends have lately been declared by the Inter.
Island Steam Navigation Ox, C Brewer Co.,
E. O. Hall, and the Hawaiian Carnage Co. Stockholders
should not delay in walking up the Secretaries
offices and receiving their perquisites.
The juniors comprising the Eclipse boat club
met at their rooms on the evening of the 11th inst,
and elected officers for the ensuing term, as follows;
president C Haldwin; vice president 1L
Mossman; secretary W. Dower; treasurer B.
The Kcv. Father Bouchard 5. J. delivered tho
first of a series of special sermons for English-speaking
people, at ttie Itoman Catholic cathedra)
on the Eith the attendance of foreigners
was very large and the address was most
The Ice Factory yesterday resumed the manufacture
of ice, after its temporary interruption, to
repair some damage to the Fortunately
for the public the weather has been juite cool,
and tho want of this luxury has not been so
The following already greets the e es of visitors
to the Untied Slates Consulate. "All fees in this
office must bo paid in American com or its
A schedule of the rates at which coin
will be taken is appended: What is tho rate for
me Hawaiian suverr
The wav orders have been "sloshed round was
seen last buuday. Their name was lesion. Why
are cot the names of the recipients published?
There is no fear that any one will refuse I htm the
right of wearing the decorations as was the case
with Captain Edwards.
Two of meHscncers1 that vlv
between San Francisco and this port, the )('. .
AwfOMtf and Dicortry left this port on the 10th
instant, each bound to arrive first at the Golden
Uate. Both vessels have good records for speed
and the winner is doubtful.
The echuoner JUi anived off port on the 11th
instant, with her flag at Inquiry
revealed that the captain, a native named
had died while en routo to port. The deceased
was well known amongst merchants and
had many friends amongst his own countrymen.
Tho following officers of Polynesia Encamp
ment No. 1,1. 0.O. Ft were Installed at Harmony
Hall, Friday evening, January 4tb, M. li.
Monsarratt, OJ; V. C. ltowe, IU.; W.I'. Crooks,
Senior Warden; J amis Simmons, Scribe; E T.
E. Wells reterson, Treasurer; T. J. Nagle, Junior
II. IL 1L shins Itrroime and CmtWAMr &TD ex
pected to meet In Honolulu Harbor in February.
The Jttrvi is bound for a cruise in the South
lacine and will not remain long in oar port, but
the Com$tanct will probably make a long visit. She
will be at the service of the British Commissioner
to make a tour of the Islands.
The nresent cool weather, tho thermometer
nightly showing C2, has had a most beneficial
effect on sufferers from toofttn fever, and general
torpidity, aaimt ox tne old residents, However,
seem to consider that they have experienced very
-cold UvaM enDeciallv since the failures of Bob-
crtson A Co McCandlexa, Walker and Kerr.
The January number of the lWrtwrrn JotiAj
it in h and ouite no to the nsual averace. Ulie
editor gives ua thoogbtfut articles and careful
felections. Month by month this Magazine is
advancing and taking its place, not only in Hono-
iiu, out in tne world, asine exponent oi viewa
a sogar culuvauon and sugar iniereMs.
lhe caTalry returning from the funeral last
t to gallop down hill a-ad the exhibition of
igeu janoes oi wmcuuiv owucu rjr iuij
Id, xor tney came rcnioaaiy near uieir own-
heads, was affecting. The spectators laughed
en toe MMttMyiaryaawuie joae uiu juuicw
n.Tvwfiinr liirtfuUva of Messieurs the Minis
ters sliWld be added to the Government holidays,
aide bl side with that of His Majesty ar-d other
raemberYof royalty, that is, if thT haie, hU Uw
local anJstla of "Eddication,' the power to proclaim
thefr birthdays as holidays for the schools.
Why are B.ot the Government offices also closed
on the oocYwoa r
It is reivrted t'oat the iiolioe had information
lately with to the locatian of a Urge
of opiuif, abont I.'AW tins, but the law's delay
LiDdemltheVaOTemcuUof the raiding party in
such a manntV tnzt wben lhe descent was made,
the opium waJlcone, and the raiders were " left. '
By the wsy. tif Customs officers have not bad a
record of a .ure, for a long time !
Bythe.Vn.' the long expected part owner in
the Uifrerrtei sir. EC. Madarlane. arrived and
he has already ut himself to work in an endeavor
to bring order the chaos formerly existing
In the principles I that newspaper. Mr. Maef ar-lane
is weloomcdas a brother journalist and the
Hope is expressed U" ne mm ncooiniu.au " -sire,
to "build up a rofitable business by purely
By the steamer if, fV, whicharrived in port
nereonuieuui tun im nan rraacisou.
lulu again receivea Mrs. Spreckel. Mr.
Adolnh Snreckelrt. u d Mrs. snaw, gou juao
farlane, Mr. W. G. Ir', lion. Sam l'arker. Gov.
F.F. Low, Mrs. Frank urtines and Miss Bose
Makee. Tha bodv i late Mrs Catherine
Makee was also broucbt on tne steamer.
The Hawaiian UV?ociety held an
meeting at Uietlrtiof the i . M. O. A. on
the evening of the Hti xA But bttle business
was transacted beyond tbe.' m of some twenty
atitdifsaiita to memberafc ' is orcanization is
doing a good woik in a ei lobtrcsire manner.
which should commend j to the mentis 01
dumb animal in the nuw1 ty, and their aid
and influence should be pJw" od to further the
wjku vt tun wiaiuaauoa ft
The firtt Hawaiian half at par,
was taken at the box-office 4 1 Jusio Hall on
the evening of the 10th insU . 1 Mr. Henrv Wil-
aUUlB UiB p Ittm UH3IUTI u
wbo was tbe manager of Uw aa nent Cine
lithe coin to
women 01 tne J'eopie,j niwii
Miss Louise BeaodeL of Lhn 1
combination, and that lady enij i satisfaction
bavins in her Doasesaioa tLiil1
vex half loUsr placed in circuits
Thenewlvorranizedlodreof Tr. t Prthiss,
Mvstie Lodce No. 2, received IUh y atua lutn
from D. S.C David Dar a officers
elect were then installed end are a. . li
J. Williams; a Ch J. A. Hawlfe
Aside: P.. JA. Bonret; KTofT'i uJoecoh
11 iseman; ax, 01 r il l, unv f
Henrv Dans: M. at A- W. Groaani LritM.
Fuller; 0L G. W. Brash; F B (w ' r.
lfum Fra Tlann nl V d
Hooatola yesterday aftamoou J Vy
ntman for Hawaii, to canvass the new directory.
They will land at Mahukona, and from thence go
toKobala and Uatnakna. Beturning they will
make the tour of the island to Hawaii. The work
promije to be thoroughly accomplished, and the
enterprise and its projectors are recommended to
the consideration of tne public After canvassing
Hawaii, MeisiVBagot and Du Pre will proceed
to MauUiWokai and Kauai.
Tho crtse ngalnst Mr. D. Lvons, publisher of the
FlcbM heard the 11th InsLbeforo Judge McCuUy.
The complaint set forth that the raper contained
"certain mahcious and libelous wnlinga, reflecting
upon a decision rendered by the Chief Justice of
this Honorable Court, in a matter then periing
in the Supreme Court teBding to bring this Honorable
Court and the administration of justice
into ridicule, contempt, discredit and odium.
Mr. Lyons was held free from all responsibibty in
the matter by the appearance of Mr. John Sheldon
who sttnowledged that ho was reFpousibls for the
appearance of the article in question. The Court
reserved its decision. Dailg Mtmtleti.
Mr. Chas. Warren Stoddard writes from San
Francfco that Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gnsmerwilh
a comedv commnv mav bo eirccted here by the
Marfjxma on February 7th. Mrs. Grismer under
her stage name of ITwrbe Davis Ls 1 11-known as
n txloniM rilt. (if Mr. Griamer it is sufficient
to say that be is a thorough favorite in San Fran-
J... at.. ..a A A.t Mb,. liia'ftMn
cisou, vuai innuj ut uui nimu (w,b ua,i. e.
seen him there and tlmt be commands success; he
is a thorough pilrtaking actor and a courteous
gentleman. The company propose to produce
some of the very laleat comedy successes. It is
to be hoped that this project will not fall through
and that Honolulu may enjoy a brilliant theatrical
season. uot cuizens ore wiiuqk euuuj;u w iquvw
ize tli theatre it any thiog good is offered.
The raw of tha Kin? vs. Grant and Kcrrican
f nr arwrnritni! nmunlt nn the noliee officer.
hoo, was tried at Kapaa last week, and tho defend
ants wcro eacn sontencoa 10 paynuneoi iw,
and to imprisonment at hard labor for cue year.
They appealed the case to the Circuit Court.
A native woman livin.' in Karuhi had fcn sick
with fever, but under the care of Dr. Waiters had
oegun to improve, ana was apparently nearly weii,
when two nativa medicos f kahunas) were called
in, and unfortunately in addition to the uiual
harmless incantauons and prayers to tho heathen
detticA. thev nrcsenbed a bath in cold water. In
a few hours the woman was a corpse.
A correspondent writes: One of the candi
date for legislative honors made a speech to his
would-be constituents at Waimea lately, In which
n commenced by announcing nimseii a leper.
To what dertths of infamv mail the Hawaiian
people have descended when true perception of a
uornuiB urease comes to oe rcgirueu naa
for a candidate for public office. In
tho place of being allowed to run around canvassing
the district for votes, the man ought to be
arrestwl on bis own public confession and bundled
on to ivaiawao wunoui aciay.
The Ualawa, Cnion. Haw. Star and Niulii mills
are grinding steadily. 1 ho Kohala Sugar Co.;will
mmuiee wora shortly.
An amateur photographer in Kohala has commenced
printing his photos on largo elegant pit
CUUU Citrud. lue eugiOK4 (J"k 'crj uhxj.
Mr. Godfrey Brown, our Kohala candidate for
the legislature, has arrived in tho district and commenced
an energetic canvassing. There are six
natire aspirants for the same honor in the field
against biro. It is to be hoped that Mr. Brown
will prove Ttctorioui
There is a strong movement on foot among the
natives to make Dr. Bond, who is very iwpular
among them as also with the foreign element, the
resident Government Physician for Kohala. A
number of petitions have been forwarded to the
Board of Health to that effect.
The fair in aU of the Kohala Anglican Church
was held at the Kaiopihi Hall on Thursday evening
the 10th instant and quite a sum was realized.
Ice cream, cake and all sorts of good things were
there in abundance and every one present spent
the caning memly. Several beautiful tableaux
from "Cmdertdla were exhibited which reflected
great credit on the ladies who got them up.
The Gazette's Paris Letter
the cBEoxt qrrsnos.
rjLCis, December Ctfa,lS83
1 hough it be something like a hope against hope,
yet people hug it all the same that of desiring a
tiny victory for France on the high road to
so as to satisfy her amonr proprt, permit of
concessions being made, and an arrangement to
remove a atwM Ml,, effected. Bat if tha Chinese
go in for amonr ptvprt also, and maintain, as in
the Koaldja dihpute with Bussia, a no surrender
attitude, it is unknown what catastrophes may
issue. The French people do not desire war; they
lament, that under a republic as under roraltv and
empire, their government cannot keep them out of
not water, uesiues were 11 me suauow 01 uer
manv that falls across France, and
heanngs in Algeria of Mussulman's fanaticism;
the French feel all such Is quite sufficient without
being involved wltn celestials, aiaiagasys and uon
Mins. A war with China rnte, would raise
fficnlties with Europe and the tted States, that
the wiwfit heads feel pain when reflecting thereon.
German bankers hold heavy mortgages on the
Customs receipts of the Chinese open ports; France
has no depots of provisions, or coals 101 her ships,
in tbe Far East, ber commerce may be swept away
11 union issues jtim tfjjrrfNrt anu a large
soldiers most disturb the home military
organizations, planned, not for either little or
great foreign wars. People talk familiarly of a
peneral war next sorinc as the onlv real solution
for the times now so much out of Joint. The au
rora uorvius mat nas stream u u.e n meveor in
the troubled air," the last few evenings, is evidence
'strong as proof of holy writ" for many easy
going Moro serious is the fact, that business
people are resorting to reefs, and taking in
sail, as if the storm signals had given the sublime
warning. It Is currently credited, that England
intends not to allow either France or China to
Anam out of existence. If the Bedltivcr
Gotect left n free international rente, she will demand
the island of Haihnam, as lux slice of the
paddint ai a coaling station, and
thus corcmands Soluia, mouth of a future Danube.
TUZ SCKZ QCIST10S.
Bepecting the Suez question, one good sign
about tie dispute is, that less Chauvinism is mixed
op with tho debate. Tbe opinion isgaimnggroand,
that in the way of making concessions M. ue
ill soon hare- only Hobnon's choice. The
onlv difficulty lies, in the re-constitution of the
council of administration. In an Egyptian canal,
is England, wbo owns 41 per cent of tbe capital,
and keeps the speculation alive by contributing to
IOUr uiuis 01 me uaiuc, u uv ivu uu iu uie cuiui
Her mercantile interests, at first did not believe in
the feasibility of tbe project, but when its
was demonstrated, they patronized it,
did not abandon high roads till locomotives
rattled tho matter, We take advantages where we
can get them. The Alahdi's advance docs not
please the French, as it implies henceforth tbe indefinite
occupation of Egypt by the English. The
former certainly would find a pretext for a flight
into Egypt after the demrture of the last Highlander,
and would willingly give up Tonkin, Madagascar,
and the Congo, for liberty to squat on the
The scnatcJias decided, that there"is no neces
sity to immediately revise the Constitution. For
once, at all events, tho patricians caa boast they
aro one with the nation. Tho Anarchists are still
of opinion, that tbe only way to be sore; first,
society at Urge, and next France, is to kill right
off the middle classes; make a target of every man
with means. Some of the Anarchists wbo havo
put in their six months in the Sainte-Pelagie Prison,
for indulging in political literature of tho inflammable
type, have not returned converted.
They are more hardened than ever. A fresh batch
of writers and orators have been
sent to the same gaol "to cease to do evil which
is certain to be assured daring their incarceration;
but as for "learning to do well,' such is hopeless.
qrisTEBS roa editoes.
The Prison is commencing to ae-
more notoriety. It is the "stone jog
?uire and lame docks.
There are three classes of prisoners, the editors
donot wnrkand upon to
t'jtoseIves; the bubble financiers wbo can
avoid working by paying 7fr. a fortnight for the
exemption, and the workers, who gain one sons
per uay pocket muuey u uiaoiaiio u iur wuhtu.
tls latter in prison costume, and have for vaca
tion the fetes and Sundays.
By pnymg lour sous a uay, an eaitor nsa a ngm
to a room uhert only two other prisoners sleep.
I to ran trtsft his davs in chit chat : can cret snecial
out leave occasionally, and can live like Dives,
though luxuries are strictly forbidden. 1 here are
three fags for the cxeco Uon of errazuhtw bo are paid
following a Fpcaai tans, insoners are oiiuwcu
to see visitors on Sundays and Thursdays, in iron-railed
off parlors: a warder, called aloyemr or
"iiAkpr.' calls each prisoner as he is anted. Ex
cept debtors to the btate, there is no imprisonment
for debt in Trance since I0, and if there is no
room in tbe "Princes department, the unfortunate
editor must take pot-luck with tho herd.
was the favorite prison, its
where Napoleon L, sent all who displayed no
admiration for his policy: Napoleon I1L, after tbe
rwpd' e'', incarcerated in this prison H deputies
and 00 dangerous citizens. Louis XVIH., a few
day" after bis restoration, imprisoned 133
UUB HUV IUU1HKU u aa". -"""-""-
Bussia entered Paris,
be set free nil Napoleon's prwemer, replacing tnem
bv vr Buian deserters, chiefly Poles, it was on
quitting this prison for the scaffold, that Madame
Holand eicUimcd, "phi liberty, what crimes, are
committed in thy name. Josephine de Beau-
barnais, later lmpress 01 in cienuifwu
in Siintavl'eiarie in I7TX. The same es
tablishment had within its walls, Bcranger the
poet, 1 . 1 Coumer, uavaignac, lAmennais, xeiix
1 Vat. Pnradhen. Blanaul and Bochefort. In lffii
Cavaignac and 43 oodetenus escaped. Baron
Freuck fashion, having borrowed a run CO feet
long: the Count de Hichmond who boasted to be
Uie SOU OI iJDOU Af IU0 VtXMVWU W IM "
this line was an Englishman, Thomas Jackson;
ii IwiintJ himself on the roof one winter's nicht
and went down on tbe other aide, bade the sentry
This ihfjiirm A? Italiens has had manv or and
downs in Paris, because it could never count for
icrminent wppoi t on the French wbo prefer their
vwn school of mnsic The Italiens has just reopened
after six vears of silence, with Verdis three
act opera oishom rravTt. a siw w wu'
tury ago this work was a failure at Venice: however,
im Vrr.li wlonehed if. and it was broucbi
out at la beats, at Milan, where it captivated
aU woo Heard 11: mucn 01 mis success, auiu ua
versa! of tha judgment of the Venetians, was dee
n tha irlminhla alnoino and artinff of Meson.
Maurel and Iteszke and Madama Fides Devries.
three incomparable artistes who Interpret the
opera her& As in the case of TVwwiWr, the libret
to is very bo bo. a uo i'tu 10 ucu
1337; Tieeque, is a patriciaii. Simon Boccanccgra,
is a pleb, and a corsair wbo has done the Bepubhc
Rome service : both are candidates for tbe Office of
Doge. Simon has seduced the daughter of
by whom lie had one child, a lovdv girl. The
mother 1. taken back by ber father and,dics bt the
the child is adopted cuknowniugly by
falace; aod Simon, is elected Doge. The music
is neither the brat nor the worst, written by Verdi;
it belongs to his neutral style. The first act is the
best, and contain, much of that plaintive music
of which Verdi has the secret, Tbe third act,
where Simon and Flesque are reconciled, Is full of
pathetic and graceful The opera is
well put on the stage, bat perhaps the Mwttu
nt,l, is as much doe to the artistesa to the
Tbe Uw court are occupied with two important
BWtadling plots; ooa, where an inquiry office, tha
"private kind, concocted evidence for an old
lady w bo desired to be separated from her husband
an! chas. for their victim, the young, purs and
innocent wife 4f Gloria Hugues, the poet-deputy
for MaratnllM. The young couple intended to dispose
of the calumniator Uieouetvea, by Deuu of
a revolver but better leave the noundreU to the
The Manjui de Kays obtained hals foil of
money, to found a royalist and religious colony in
Oceania, at Port Breton. New Ireland. It tttrned
out to be a horrible delusion and a anare, as to
few survivors can testify. The Marquis, wto is
safe in the dock happily, elected himself .King,
under the title of - Charles Lw and by -divine
right; he ordered to shoot any colonist who questioned
his title. , , .
The number of suicides is distressingly creat,
the chief causes are,miscry
There is one hasty cab-man less In Paris: ha attempted
to murder three rersonswbo disputed witn
The contractor for tho destruction of rats has
been hoist with his own petard: be sold the skins
of his " taken; the latter were removed by poJf
but when a rat was especially fat, hemade it into
sonp, forgetting the flesh had beenrsoned. ine
authorities, rtatisfied that American pork pouooeu
neither American nor English people, havs consented
to Us to France Paul do
Cassagnac remarla all the same, that the country
is not going to the pigs but to "
A society has been formed to keep Gambetta s
memoiy green in the soul of France. The Municipal
Council has ordered the portraits of Napoleon
111 and his Empress to be removed from the Hotel
da Ville and sent to thelumber room of Sovereigns.
FUNERAL OF HRH KlCAULIKX.
Tho funeral of the late Governess of Hawaii,
Princess Kekanuke took place from her residenco
on BereUnia street in this city on Sunday afternoon
the 13th instant. Daring the time elapsing
between the death of the Princess and the hour of
the funeral, a guard of tha lloyal Troops had performed
watch duty and the uaual native ceremonies
connected with the demise of one of high
rank were performed by many mourning f nends.
At? p.m. the final preparation for the procession
had been cnmpleted, and, as the rninate guns,
fired from the water battery, boomed out their
farewell, the cavalcade, proceeded from the house
en route to the cemetery. .,,,.
The procession, preceded by Captain Mehrtena
and the undertaker Mr, a E Williams, both
mounted, proceeded along Beretania street to
Nouanu and to tho Mausoleum. A body of foot
police under the command of Captain William
Tell formed tho advanced guard, then came Marshal
Parke and a cavalry guard of honor. Tne
officers and members of the Honolulu r ire Department
followed. Major Kinimaka with his
aides preceded the military, consisting of the
King's Guard, FrlnccsOwn, and Household Troops,
tho Rind following after the troops. A large number
of female mourners, presumed to be the servants
of the doceascd, preceded the Catholio
clergy. Ihe l'uola society manned a ropo attached
to the hearse and by them tho coffin was conveyed
nlong the route. After the hearse came the chief
mourners, the carriages of their-Majesties, the
Princess Lydia, the Chief Jastice, member of
the Cabinet, of the Hooso of Nobles, Diplomatic
corps, etc etc., and the public carriages. lue procession
contained neatly five hundred people and
was eleven minutes pawing a given point. At the
Mausoleum the last rites were performed by the
Bishop of Honolulu assisted by tho Iter. A
MacmkKtb,8lthe do- of which the participators
in the ceremonies seperated for their residences.
The f aucral of tho lato Mrs. James Makee look
place at the family residence yesterday at 2 o'clock
p. ra. Tbe three reception rooms were thrown
open and appropriately draped. The coffin of
black ebony, studded with silver, was wreathed with
the moit exquisite flowers. The Bev. Dr. Damon
read tho services and preached a sermon. A hymn
was sang by the Fort Street Church Choir. Among
those present to pay a last tribute of respect to the
remains of one of Hawaii's mott worthy matrons,
were His Majesty, attended by tbe Chamberlain,
Cul.y add, the Foreign Commissioners, and
from all classes of Honolulu society.
Tho remains were taken to Maul on board the
and will be placed beside those of Captain
Makco in the Family Mausoleumat Ulapalakua.
RETROSPECT OF EVENTS IN HAWAII.
Tho Doings of a 'Year
(CenfaSMttfrsM latt irt.)
1st. Bcductioc in telephone rates.
British steamer "Madras' sails for Hongkong.
F. W. Damon, Esq., goes as passenger.
First quarterly meeting of the Humane Society.
?nd. Benewal of Band concerts at Emma
.Jrd. GizzTTE publishes report of United States
ith. First free public entertainment for
strangers by Y.M.CVA. Grand bqcccss
till, jtoscoaii; iionoinm va. uceanic; iionciuiu
wins, 10 to C
9th. bteim INavicatlon Corapanr
declares first dividend.
10th. E, O. Hail lanerai services at tori street
Minister oi 1- inanco puoiistics unanciai state
ment for quarter.
l.in. uraud reception at runauou uoiiege.
1. Neumann receives letters of denization.
13th. The red Bunscts first noticed,
15th. Partial eclipse of the moon; visible.
Daily Bulletin enlarges.
. . -
11ntt:w' JsSapply Co. commence session.
Kiln. 1 '. I . Adternirr ensnges owners i)
Pi rat nflirers of the Workmrnnen's Union elected.
17th. GizETTie publishes Secretary Adams report
of KL.AS. Co., for 1SS3.
18th. Planters give banquet at Hotel to Honolulu
19th. P. L. t it Co session ends; merchants
give banquet to planters.
First annual meeting of Boyal Hawaiian Agricultural
ll'nd. O.S. S. "Alameda, Capt, Morse, arrives,
7 days from tUn Francisco.
J5tb. Hon. James Bryco member of the British
Parliament lectures before tbe V. M. C. A.
SCth. Heavy storm at lido; destruction of
27tb. Floods at Wailuku, MaaL
Base ball inatcu, uonoiuiu vs. nprecaeisviiie,
Honolulu wins 31 toC.
30th. Annular ecbitso of the sunt visible.
F. Horn's bakery burned: loss $10,OUO.
31st. GazzTTa publishes more Government cor
rcupondence, viz.: letters.
British Kteamer ulk ltockarnrci from Azores
with 1100 Portuguese immigrants.
I t Arrival of Wilder &, Co.'s nw steamer
"Kinan from Sin Frncisco.
3rd. Concert in aid of Library Fund at Music
Stamer "Ilantcr of I. S. V. Co.'s line leaves
Honolulu on first trip.
oth. Chinamtn shot on Bcrctanit street. Police
fth. Arrival of the seven Uonian Catholic sisters
of chanty; nurses for lepers.
Dr. Arnlng, dermatologist, arrives to study
tub. Arrival of American bark "Coloma, from
l'nrtl.inJ. for HoupVonfi. ltcDorU loss of first
and officers and two men.
10th. Annfvcrsarr Luther's birthday: celebration
at Fort Street Church.
Mrs, Laura gives "tiranaciuther s
13ih. C. J. Lyons, Esq., lectures before V.M.CXA.
Steamer race between "Planter" and "Kinan;"
largo crowds witness departure of tcsuiers from
Snow appears on tho sumnit of HaleakalA,
Captain J. S. Dillingham dies at Brooklyn, N.Y.
Hth. Death of H. L. SLekton, of tbe
P. C. Adverliacr," at Kohala, Hawaii.
Tidal wave at Funaluu, Oahu,
Blight earthquake at Wailako, Maui.
15th. 'I'rial trip of the Pacific Steam Navigation
Co.s tug "No Name.
ir. .-Neumann, rsq..uppoiou
vice tho ltemier resigned.
ICtb. Celebration of His Majesty's birthday.
Death of A. 1. Brickwood, ex-1
crat of the Kingdom.
17th. First annual meeting of tbo Myrtle Boat
10th. Mr. Abraham uoBnung lectures before the
0th. Hon. A. Francis Jadd commences tcachinz
class in Hawaiian. YJl.tXA.
21st. Sale of lots at lispioianl l'ark.
Arrival American bark "Spartan, Cam. Cross-
ley, via Cape of Good Hops and Japan, J&fdays
22nd. German citizens investigate "etarvation
25th. Special Thanksgiving services at Fort
Street and Anglican Churches.
Korean catholic ennren at nana ueuica'd.
ISth. BorgUncs on Nuaanu and (jaeen streets:
2SLh. Uawsiian Indepandence Ddy. No official
UOlh. Anniversary establisameni 01 Jfctuel
20th. Appropriate celebration American Thanks
giving at ort Mreet Church.
1st. Hawn. briat "Hazard, Capt. Tlerney, returns
from South Seas with 128 laborers for tbe
Teacher of music appointed to public scnoois.
3rd. First hearing in tbe Gazittz application
4th. Steam Navigation Co. increase
Cth. iho UAirrTE puMtinea anotiier Government
document, "Beport of the Mounted Police,
r. th. (limn office searched bv notice for Gov
ernment document : nono found.
Commencement or sona storm on Aiauii continues
to the mil. Damage considerable.
7th. Peculiar sunsets again noticeable.
yth. James Woods dies at Pouhue, Hawaii.
Dr. Trousseau and Flint Babcock have an all
nicht boat voyage.
First instalment of the newcoinace. 110.000
arrives per "Mariposa.
10th. Disooferyof the Mounted Police Beport
fn tha editorial room of the "Advertiser."
Opening of the political campaign by the Independents:
mass meetinr at Queen street Armory.
Death of J. of the Cabinet
and member of the Hooso of Nobles. '
11th. H. B. M.a Commissioner holds admiralty
court, for trial 2nd officer bark "Henry James.
Planters L. & S, Co. bold meeting lo consider
12th. Gazette pabluhes S. N. Castle a Sogir
Funeral of lion. J. lloanauii.
13th. Commencement of the celebrated Bond
com mence mens o: sona storm in uonoiuiu.
Fire at Kohala Plantation, Hawaii.
Itth. Jodce A. Francis Judd gives decision in
Judge Austin orders mandamus to issue in
GizxTTK charter case,
Kona storm continues: steamer "Ltkehke" shed
blown down; F,iLtiS. wharf damaged.
P. Neumann appointed ,iiiorneyueiierai, r
the Premier, wsigned.
Severe kona storm at lido. Hawaii.
Street letter boxes established by Postmaster-Genera
lith, Kona storm ends. No great damage in
16th. "Mariposa" sails for San Francisco, light
cargo on account of kona storm.
Attempted robbery at the Hawaiian HoteL
17th. Government enforces gold payments al
the Custom House: great hindrance to business.
19th. Kawaiahao seminary examinations.
19th. Government withdraws order relative to
gold payments at 'ustom House.
20th. Special term Supreme Court, banco cases,
U.S. 8. "Alert, Commander arrives.
21st. Government schools vacation begins; end
22cd. "Alamtda" arrives with $170)00
mure Hawaiian coinage.
23rd. Death of H. A. Scott
Iter. H. F. E, WhalUy and Iter. W, A. Swan ordained
priests at tiie Anglican Cathedral.
Mr. Adce special commissioner from Washington
returns to Lf S. pr Zealandia,
StV Christmas Day- kept in Honotula as a
The Casino" at KapioUni Park opened.
SCth. The GixzTTx pubbsnes the Azoerieaii
. Wm 7rWr.tn 9ie
Last Thursday this troupe gave A representation
of the sensational drama of the "Woman of the
People." In order to produca it a great deal of
neip was required, mis waa oz various quauiy, out
u it waa rendered by amateurs it ought not to bo
criticised: there were some funny eimtrttrmj, bow-ever,
and the gentleman who informed the public
that the child was his father's "hair," created a
very hearty laugh. The part of I he Doctor was by
far the best played of the male amateurs. The
lady who represented Martha oWnrcs high praise,
throughout these performances she has given excellent
support, and few stock companies in larger
towns than this could command such good assistance
for the parts she has played. Mr. Bandmann
took the minor character of Bemg, Mr. Lobbett
played the villain JpieMnVhicli was entirely un-suited
to him, and the whole play hinged upon
the excellent acting of Miss Beaudet It is no
easy task to represent such a character as jn
Pfrtraini. In many of her scenes her acting was
Serfeet, she portrayed the neglected and half
wife with an intensity of feeling that one
would hardly have deemed her capable of. Tbe
greatest praise is due to her for her admirable
rendering and should she continue to progress as
we are informed she baa done, a high place on the
stage is likely to be hers. Miss Clare Forest a
Jtbutantt from San Francisco, appeared as the
Countess. For a first appearance ber performance
was Terr creditable, she has a fine appearance, a
pretty lace and with training and experience msy
make a very good actress. We must pass one adverse
criticism: in pieces of the character presented
local gags are entirely out of place, and we are
surprised that an actor of such standing as Herr
Bandmann should have tndnlged in them.
In farce, opera bouffe, and burlesque they are
allowable, but not in
On Saturday the same company produced scenes
from the Merchant of Venice, l'bis is i part far
better suited to Herr Bandmann's nowers than
either of the Shakipoarian characters he has rep
resented here in tne nrst scene, toe reicDraieu
"three thousand ducats scene, though the acting
was coed. Herr Bandmann hardlv realized the
character of the Jew: Sbylock is bT no
means prepared 10 auuw nis ciaws, ne is iikb a cat,
keeping them oat of s:gat and this was not realized
bv tbe actor. Tho first scene of act III. where
Sbylock accuses Halino and Sulartao of cognizance
of his daughter's flight and afterwards tbe scene
with Tobal was overstrained, but in the Court
scene, (act IV, scene l,)Mr.Bandmann rose higher
than we havo ever seen him: be played the
Ehanl Jew and then again tbe outraged Jew to the
fe. His reading of the "bond" while Nerisxa
reads her letter from Kttjrta was to us entirely new
able piece of business. The wholo effect was excellently
sustained, down to the moment of tie
Jew's exit on which the curtain fclL
In lieu of a song by Miss Beaudet Mr. Bandmann
came forward and addressed tho audience In pro
pria vtrnna, lie thanked tnem lor tne support
mat nad oceu given mm, praiscu our inoater,
nrabwd the progress that tbe city had made since
he visited it thirteen ytars ago. and assured the
public that there waa nothing In tbe way of the
very best plays being produced here.
Last evening Xanae waa played for the benefit
of the Honolulu Library, There was a crowded
house. Narrissa is Herr Bandmann's best character
and tho one he made his reputation with in
Last evening the Baudmann Baudot combina
tion played "Narciase, for the benefit of the Honolulu
Library Association, to a large and enthusiastic
audience. The entertainment was a success
financially and otherwise. To- morrow night "the
Woman of the People" will, by request, be represented.
Next HaturdavMias Beandot will take a benefit.
the people of Honolulu ought to respond liberally
for she is the most talented Uttle lady that has as
yet trod tbe boards of our theater.
A Despatch from the City of the Caesars
Horn, dk Bossiz, Borne, Dec. 1st, !&&.
Siat As Uu Hawaiian Majesty's Special Envoy
in Europe, it has been part of my duty to enquire
after the Hawaiian youths now studying in Italy,
and I learn that there still exists some misunderstanding
as to their real guardianship, I have
been instructed to set this matter straight and I
now take the liberty to auote for your informa
tion an extract from a despatch which I have
handed to His Excellency P. S. Mancini, the Italian
Minister of Foreign Affairs, from Hi Excellency
W. M. Gibson, the Hawaiian Minister of
Foreign Affairs, which will definitely nettle all
question upon the point, and reads ns 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 students than His Majesty's
Consul at Naples, Signor. M. CcruUi.
This official statement made to the Italian Government
will also be made known to all those who
may have been formerly or may bo At present concerned
with tho youths in order no further question
may arise, and the Italian officials or others
concerned may look only to one properly authorized
and duly recognized Guardian iu any question
regarding the youths.
The necessity for this course will be obvious to
you to prevent confusion or interference with Sig.
Your former rights of Guardiamhip as yoa arc
aware were revoked, and in view of the present
circumstances I trust I may rely portly on you
that no further misunderstandings arue and that
you will accord with tbe desires of tbe Hawaiian
Government in that Signor. Cerulli's prescu! authority
may be duly respected.
I hare tho honor to be yours ruoU faithfully,
Ctjbtis P. Ittntti,
II. IL M.s fcpeeial Envoy.
Sig. C. C Moreno.
Sis. Your first datr in Italvwasto rcimburso
to me the money which I generously and promptly
advanced from my own pocket for the support of
the three Hawaiian youths and pay to me the ten
months of mv aalarv. if vou are tho Snecial Knvov
of King Kahltana, Yoani faithfully,
Mr. Curtis P. Iaukca, Borne.
The New Directory
The work In Honolulu bavins been com
pleted, Mr. Bigot and his assUtaits will proceed
at once to canvass the other islandi. They will go
10 iiawau on lucsuaynexi; ana aucrwards make
the circuit of Maui, Molokal acd Kauai. Mr.
Bagot returns thanks to the people of Uabufor
many courtesies ho has received, aad also desires
to commend tue wors 10 me lavorioie consideration
of the residents on other island.
llie crcnttfit appetizer, stomach, blood and liver
reenwior on eartii nop lituera. Ijook loranu
rratl advert! sement.
X of KAI'IOLASI PAUK
will W held at the Armory, on (jnecn Street, U.V
SATUKDAV, Jaa th, at 11 o'clock am. Ur order of
the ITrildent. H. S1AC!'AKL.NE,
rro Al.f. WHOM JT .MAY
X L'EKNi Thllli to the effect that the nnderplinird
will clwe the openlnz near the fala (iovcrtiment
scnooi. inroneu wnica ine people pan inronzn la
coins to and from Pala and jiasawao; alto
Insn; nnina. ponionei me lano. i
farthrr otate that thla Plantation Cnmunr. atv
Inthenereatlty forari;fatof way tn tbe people lo
pais to and from Mikawaoand Pala, Ijii allowed thrai
Co paaa through Ibclr land, althoogLat eonaldrrable
Io In making brldtea and tratri; at laal, howevrr,
llodtns that they were broken eofaat that we lost the
ase of about IV) acrra of paatnrc, and the brldz" wrrc
a constant bill of expenir, and not wlshlnz to Inconvenience
the traveling pnbllc, I in'Hrd a petition
Ire drawn ap.tlzned, and rent to the .MInUter of the
Interior, according to law, which waa done. Ha notice
waa taken of lUbowrver, and on Korembrr 17, 13, I
tent the Mlnlater, V. T. Ualick, a Ictt rr on the aabicct,
which remain nnanawerrd. So, with Ihla cxplana.
Hon, I will elofe the oprnlni; in ten
days from Ihia date. IE. Si. WALMI.
Pala. Manl, Jannary 1Mb, 1N1. 9W it
Benson, Smith & Company.
Uoliremrmbered that on tfinSIetdiy of Dcecn.Wr.
A. D. l'l,IIenon,bmi:b.tCo..of Honolnln. laland
of Uahn. In accordance with etlloa SofAn Act "To
cncoararelearotcff In ihla Kingdom, by accarins the
copies M charti and book to the aalbor and
on the lift day of Dee..
A.D. ll, hare In tbi IBc,th title or
For Rhenmatiam, Kenr4la, bprainrf, Ilrnlaea , Etc.
Prepared from tbe Learea of th Eucatrpto
to tbe effcctml part three or
four time a day. The (f nnlne manufactured only by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Drazslt. Ilonolala. II I.
The rlht of which thry claim ar ownrra at proprlot'a.
In testimony whereof I hare aereanto act my band
Kill andraoedtbt:aealof thetotrrlor Dept. u
be at Hmjolalcthi Slhdayef -in A.
II. lt. CIiaH. T. UCUCk,
MS It Mlwlalrnf tb Infrior.
Benson, Smith & Company.
t it rrrannwnni iuit wi inv am' iinraiun,
A. P. IWL Itenion. Smith t Co . of llonolnla, ItlsaW
of Oaho, In accordance with hectloaS of Aa .ict "To
cnconra;e WrnJnc in thla Kingdom, by arcnrlns the
coptea of Chart a and Book to the Anlbnrt and
nebcoplea appruredob Che XI l of De
crmber, A. It. lt, bare dVpoaitvd la Utle (Sc tt
title of their Label,
KKAGUAXT .VI JIlTHAXSriU
TEXPaBED BT --
Benson, Sniitli & Co.,
Honolulu. H. I.
Tberlzhtof whlch ibey claim a owner and proprleta
la teatlmony wbrreof I bare t my band and
Eat raaacd tn arai or ine intrnor vrpu w o allied
at Ilonolala. thla Mb dav of Jaanary, A.
D. 1WI CHAS. T (.ULiCK.
2 It Umifter of the Interior.
Benson, Smith & Company.
lie It tun uu in i vmj ri jtt:cui iri,
m, Benton, tisillb A Co , of llDnoIala. laland of
Uab. Id accordar.ee with Section inf in Act "To en
coara; lrarnlaE In Ihla Kiazdom ry aecarfar t
copies of Cham aad Cook, to the .latbora aad proprietor!
of awn (oplet " Approved on the tltt of lire.
A D. 196J,h7 deposited fn oSlee, the title of
"Aroftandlairtkin if the arit ur ueamy
PURE GLYCERMEL of ROSES
The moat elegant and effective appltui for an bars,
ttln?t and bite of Infect a. cbunlaina. nwgb. red er
rbapped akin, tore lip or Incidental inflaxamatla.
ISli uoiom Eiea a irncir piiiiHm.pniinj aim ..HP
net to the akin wlthoat rl i.lns it : boa tie fraaranc
of Eofc, sad keep wilhonl chanj.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Drantlrta aad Apotbecarica, naevlnt IT. I.
The ti;hti of which tleyckim a owner prepriet'f .
Is leUoBy whereof I have here am let ay band
ieal and caaard tbe aeai of th" lirpt. to
he.miedIIoBulnlu t'tfttbdayf?f a a X.
D. I9L cms. T Ul Lit S-
5i it Miaiatrrof th- InUrlor.
Cordage: Hemp &!W!anIla
ASSORTSIfcKT OF KKff
AYVXiU XMMtmW wUcb WW be aoMat
the Lowtft rrieef ., . ,,.
9S) JSOtXCA at CO.
y , j jiY CJ"'""" C5
Mixed Beady for Use. Anyone
Coil Apply It I
DURABLE. GLOSSY AND ECONOMICAL.
JWISCTlCTUniD 05LT BT
WniTTlER, FULLER & Co,
San Franclscop Cal.
For Sale by the Importlsg nouMS of Uonelala. Pat
7 la 1H lb Una, H call- caaa and 1 Jt t lb tlai.
Uw!lln(.ICIULK.PEELorCaAWL, It U Made
of tho Bestsnd Purost Material?,
rionecr AYhlto Lead. Oxide or Zinc,
PureLinheetl Oil (enuine Colors
Combined with s STROCVQ SOLUTION of
Tho Best India Rubber.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD!
WeUflaran'eetn.sUadtoU A STUICTLT Pt'UK
iKiaL.b,rina i..iiuHMA;bur lkav, uroaaa m
rCIlE KEPINKI) LINSEED OIL. aad 11 1
to Chemical Analy4ta aad tne Blow ripe Tot
PIONEER WHITE LEAD I Xaatrartartd
tn Sib rranelveo, arrlvet here Freah.aad eaa oc obtained
promptly aad In quantities as rraaled.
Ita fnrebnrva la Economical, in that tha UU in which
U la gronnd la net aoaked late J. wood of the packa
jrta. and conarqaently tha rorsutlen of "atlas' la
The PIONEER WHITE LEAD IS PDBfi MTIIITE.
IS FINER OltOUND th any etherln taia Mark at;
TIE!, aad la without aa equal
11 ym up id M id, ju id, iw is ua XU g BPS; IB
!2S lb and a lt tin paUr, aad In tmall Una from 1 to
10 lb each.
AFnlisarply H ConaUntly Kept la Stock by the
Wholeaale BoaaM in lloaolala.to whom weeordlallr
Uanafactared only by
WHITTIER, FULLER & Co..
Corrmleriof MTiIte Lead aad MaanfactBrert of Mixed
rainta,")", arniinea. ait zme, and import
era of French and rtclglan Window Ula.
7 fan Franc! co, California,
B Y VIItTUE OF A 1V11IT OI'
eentlon Ifaned from the !aprme Conrl of the
nun jaianaa in wnica r, 11 inacner ta nuiniis
and Ilenry Mieldon defendant for tb 11m of t! W.Ki.
1 have levied aad ahall exttoae for aala at nnhllr
aacllon at the front door of Alllolanl llale.OB February
lata iBtu. at 1 uwp, an iu nxui. iiiir and
of the raid II. C Sheldon In and to tho following
tieacn oeu property , via r
Ail mat pitp nr parcel 01 1 1011 viinaie at iTaiapsaa,
"Sfftth Kohala. Hawaii, eooUlnins II acre, tins aqnare
fathom' and ISaqnare feet, and more f ally defrti bed In
lEoTBiritect No.tlM. L. V ..t;nfined tn Kalnakl
and conveyed to 11. C. Sheldon by Pattkeabo and Ka-
Iilhe by dred dated Frbraary 18th, lew, aad rrenrded la
Lber t, folloa BT, 21S and 215, nalesa -aid jadsmant.
K. C. 1'AltKE, Marshal.
HonoInU.Jan.liHh, 1381. WtX 41
(Formerly with D. F. Dollea A. Co.
Wholosalo and Rotall Crocor,
Ul KIbj Street, nndrr riirtnony Hall.
uui j, 1 lauiaiivu. anu ciditb anpponi ai
abort notice. ew llomla by rtrrj atmimer. Order
from the other ialanda faithfully executed.
X9. 119. 1 ly
Lot or Stolen
I?KOM PAAUIIAIT, IIAAVAII,
. abont the laat of Fcbmary. Pl. a tirey Horao
branddrd n. I will par a reward of SI3 for the rptnrn
of ald hone to me at Paanhaii.
WO 41 TOUIt DE CAM CHI A.
COTTAGE TO LET.
rpiIAT lJjKaVSANTJjY r.OC'ATi:i
X COTTAni. at ocenpied by Mr. Itobert
Lewer. rltsatrd en Achool Street, a abort dlatanc
weit of rionnnu. Ample aecommoiUtlon, laeladlfls;
oat honsra, for a rrnterl family. For fall particular.
SnnmreorKMREUT UILW, at McLean Droihera.Nn.
IS banana btreet, VM
The Hawaiian Hark "KALE"
Has Just Arrived
Uliurj 1.1. ISI), WITH A C.UWO OF
JZTdolEjTolcl ctj Oo.
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'Plli: UNDKItrilGNKI) WOLTLI
X. motreipectfn!lr Inform his friend and the real-I
dent or tbe !iani or 3iaoi, inavins ji reinrnru irom
Karoprl that be haaetunilabedauuckamiia cnop at
Kahnlnl, where ho la prepared to do all kind of Itlack
rmithlnc Work In the La t rat btjle. Thanklnc hta cast
tntnera for fjvori heretofore bri towed on him. b
would ask foreeonttnnanee of thetame. ee Don't
lorcrt the place, Nanetai, joi.
9i n FRED. SCHOLTZ.
rpin; KSTATEOF TaKnOX, AVXl.Ti
JL payon theild Jayof Janoary.A. II. 11, a dlvl
dendof 6 per cent D. II. lUTt. ICOCK
11 Ho, Dec. Jth,lK1. VM it
ALritLl M. iiautivi:i.im
BANK OF CISHOP Jt tV.
9S7 Ilouolnln, II, I im
MM FOB FilMII HOUSES.
PARMR SKT; -; 7
BEDUOdji SETS,4 '' '
MAJDHJ TO ORDER.
105 Sc 107 FORT, STREET,
mONOLXTJCitl, D. X.
: i . ,
Island Orders will Receive Prompt and
Dy LTON3 at: LEVEX,
A SllP S A IilS
Thursday, Jan. 17th
at to a. n. at 5aet Boon, will e sold ataecllon
At tt OTClnf t axMk,
3 Handsome Parlor Sets
Cpfcetarred la tMfk; ) received from 9sn Fran
I Bed LMore, In Silk;
1 IlaaoVoiat tsrze Ksr Cbalr,
1 Lw (m Mltk.
1 Loent Is Uair Cloth. Jt
LTOS X MTET, Aaet'r.
I ader Inatrveuona trcelrfd by a from lb Qntw
abt Af Xdaratftm, w hall After fn 91 al
mine rfKtlob.at ear m tearoom m jn ibwi
Saturday, Jan. 1 9, next
Al ?afw.tt. Fellowlsr parrrla nf La., U
1 - LOTtmttu awkal aide ot School Mreat,
bi the arhool nretntaea oa the north west
erly d;, and extending to tne alrean, eenlelntflfv
area of ."SO Miare Feet. Vpet prire tiw Tltl
X. unaumt. t
above tae eremljee of .'r C t WlUtame, bavins a
or iwi 1 eei on tae aaa roanainin an
area of Utnthfor anscr. I'psvt p1te. iw: Title
perfect. Deeds at expesee of nnrenaorr.
irror farther pertltntarfl evnalrr atthvolnV oi
I.TOlfc t I.CTET, AnCU.
Proposals for Exchange "Wanted
0 M-i luuiiuu jtuur, ij
nrh azaonnta na mav hr rranlred for
mrntefhaljareadneteUie railed Mate
Departments; Waihtastea on Pnatal MoncyOroVr
deriajt the year Wl. Tenders may laclad
tuner or in loiiowingi
EXCHAHGE OH NEW YOKX. PAYABLE
AT SIGHT, 30 OH 60 DATS.
STES1IH0 BILLS ON L05B0H,PATABLE
AT SlitHT, 30 OR 60 DATS.
Thr ezchaace fn be faralabed aa may br nntml by
tae Jeojey uruer oaainea m tat omee. i rt aaaewni
wanted I!1 be from St to tea thonand iMlara pr
qnirtor; and thti prrtod laclnded In thr trader aboald
be front Jinnarj to Decrmbcr. 1SW.
H. M.WHITNEY. P. M C.
Honolalo, Jan. th. lVt, 991
3IorIff3Te' Amended Sotlee of
tirt and of Sale.
T" ACCOItDAXCK VOTH A lOW.
J. er or aaw contained la a certain maaw ov
Ueorfe Hjrdey and Maboe Hardey ta Daatfl P Trne,
dated the lit a day of .March, l&ftf, rvcordnl in haw
TtVpare 3M);notleeUhertbyslTa that Mldatortsafae
Intend to foreclote aahl tnortfttc. fr cotwUttoai
brokrn, and npon ald finrcctoanr will .ell at pahltc
anrtlmt at the altftroom of E P Adam In Ilowoluln,
onMUNUAT.tbelltbtUyaf at iSo'ctork
noon of said day, tb premlaes deaerlbed In said !
ia a below eprelAed.
Farther particsUr ran be bad at W R Castle, At
DAJdCLT TUUE. Xortz.
Prrmtaea to b aold are altaated on tb easterly aha
of Llllha atreet, harlns a froirtaje aboat Tl fet waan,
adrpthot21tfrt.fwtlin Ltr the rear, maknaf
Cue of aald lot II) feet aad tbe lot coprlri
abont i of an acre It adjoin tbe old Pease Plw.
contaloa kalo and hala land offers a in cnanec
for a cowiwodloa honiMteat. 0t M
rS" ACCOUDANCi; WITH A
of tale contained In a certain mortfjag bm4 by
I'PaMa,ha1rohannnd other to Ad Cart w rich t
of the Holt Ettate, ditrd tbe SH day of 1ormber.
"itS. reeordeit iw nbrr TT. paiwA. I bete by
(riren that aald Btartjraje intend to ferecloae aald
nwrtaace. fee eonditfti. broken, mh! npon tekt fore-
eloanfe witlatt pnbtb aaetlow at the aalctroom of E
rAdamafn idnore(a.a susuat, the inn oa or
February, PVLat it M. of aald dav, tb prrnUta
In aald roortxaav twlnw aawfll
ranberpartlcmlara caw bw had wf W R Caatle.
A. J. CAUTW RKUIT, Mortcace.
IVmltea to sold are altaated in Kohala. laWnd of
Hawaii, and are aet forth and deaerfbed In R. P lias,
eooveylne portion or Anau anal JiaaaaiKeaiosaaa
contain SS Acre. tW very flo Land WW It
31ori?asrees 'otIT r'irrtlonru XoTSalr
pf ACCOi:ilA'CKWITIl A
X er of tale contained In S certain Tawrtatt mad by
Knlaika Nakonkno tn A J CartwraxbaTruttw wf lb
Holt Etatr,dald the I Kb day of 31 arch, fWt, raewvdad
IB liner 9, pas nn. aoiicw ib arrasy eiTew iaa aaa
intend to ferecloae aald mortage, for
broken, and epm aald forecleanre will ll at
pnblle aaetlon at the aalearwtm of C P Adswa in
on MONDAY, th 11th day f Prbroary. lm. al
JS it. of aald day. the premirr dearrlbed la said Rwrt
(! aa blow pclfleL
farther nartknlar can b had of V It Catl . At-
tornry at-Uw. A. J. CART IIIUIIT.
PrrntlfeatobetJltlaie.Uaatrd In Klklbalt, lleno.
inia, ana cmiau. or oi an act oir;s ase iioaac
Lot nrmslnj fn apoI rent andta a cood I areata
for that pnrpoo. I'remlae are a part of the aant aef
forth Id lC (', W to Kaapwlkl and Kaalaa no
3IorifeazecN .Votlce oT Forfrlosnrrr A of Suit
7accoi:ja'ck with a row-
L erof ealt conUtneit In a erflaln aaortgag' aaaata by
H Keklpl to E Dead ilalv aaalgned to Caatle A Cnaa,
dated tbe Sth diy of January. 1T", recerded In ilber
M.n.itefO. Notice It hereby fllrra that Mis'
lUteDdatoforeclo.1 said mnttoese, ff condition
broken, and npon aald forneloaaro will !) at pnbllc
.wtlon at tbe aalearoom of E I" Adam In Hnolnln nn
MONDAY. tb 11th day of Febrwary, lit. r il M of
talil day. ibe rietnUiM lcrlbd In aald riortsai'e a
Purther particular" tun be had of W It t At
CASTLE A COOKE.
A fir nee rf the Mnrtgaxee
Pt tnbe 'iM are tltnaird tn fnnaltm, Kanenhe
lalaudof Uaha. and ennUl" a an.1 arrr tte.n! tha
tonvryed to K"klpt by Kafcolh'i and
olhet and cimlt of Bne neir Kjine..he bay
aad faitubie ti'ita fjf caltivai't i'i f"t ' hl'i
Bt E. P. ADAMS.
At the ItoUewte "J L. WIT.
On. "Wednesday, Jsaul6
l 1 . I W
TIieEntire Household FiMilure
E MIT IS FOLLOWS. T.
B. W. Farlcr Suit
'.5 UAIR . LOTH;
Itvfa, enrtatn. Mi
II. W. Extension
tad CB1ISS KOI MIOK t.ll,rrhrf . .
Utamn. Wlmit.TMr MuCtJM J
B W Bedroom Set Complete
i'0rttttu. Blaja.t,. Uf ir.nti.1..
3 Plain Brtlroom Sets ("ompi'tr;
Kitcbrn aa4 War
1 Covered C'ni'rJtt'yo
K. r. AD1BS. i"'
On FRIDAY, JAHI 18th,
Am IS) A. JC. IWilM
aflist. Dry Goods & Clothing'
A Line of Fresli Groceries
U0 It IbarrrU Ifeiam H
smarkjt Bran ij
aj 9r t
t r max, xmo , j
W. H. PAGE,
Nos. 128 and 130 Fort Stroot,
TUB MM rttlDII lUTTJUSS
Complete Oarriagc Shop
Blacksmith Shop, . j ,t
Paint Shop and
Family Carriages !
Drays and UruoW
Hind Carts, Etc, Etc
RIDE TO ORDER 01 R3CT F1T0MIU 1VOS
IV- AalAU Work aunalaUl
Thv rl..M .It.Hn. sir., tn RKrtlltWO&E OT
H,kwlt.. ,.d .-! .ml, Al VATKMaL I-..
Don't I'.rct tb. PJm. ! ,
W H. PACE,
pi;itoOM KHfei'otMi qy' TiiK
X i.H wlitliwna4rne ra
mted t'j Pmui ManwyeVlt, WW Swd efc
a pp' leal Ion- at an II "
.nSltmii tawoaatlnf 'W aawawnf w be;f
mlUaJ n' Ih- (e- Ht, br PwtakMr 4 Utlt al
rn Ike -am
lalawd rntmleia will ! b appralaaae '
(h dermal l'it t,nV" where Jlr
(rrlr nil) nt.ine.llt t. I Wed aa4 b.
Dm Srl utail io th n i tn tie tawival Matftowaaaai
the "Tttrr - para " inliDi lrlW HrerltaaB ST-
In Ibe appllcatl'Mt Mame Otalatn, awaal m aaeiir
livtatf laHnnnliiiit ti.l Iw aVllrerfxl .ilka rJVawta
Apnlkatrona far Wcnnty on tb t art ted Slate
may M ataaV at 4i ilaae bwt w.t..4f awlli b ea
Han Fmaetart. till tar tepartnf f lb taaad
wall, nai tb tft dav Jmuwy law. w4 after ai
dn(e by every atraawer mall
Fees Clurctd for '
trier . and - W
Ovot im, ad mt uea rw -.
naa4nntsaatt&s. . . . m
Over $s, and set e.i -'?; J ID
" Not aanre tban Oednalt 'mr will fea
aweaed la n o, nwn fw iaiaiajaa a in aajag s
itf mSHmtoSutm can wbw.4 it oV j3n 5
W a nuWU.'.W afcrtMl -"l Cal tW
Ota Intenflow ftWpVaw e-
H. M. WHITNEY P. int. G.
IlamoinJw. I " aw. Smb. Irwa. wveiw
. .. B.
An Elegant Preparaiitmf
Romovlng Sun-burn, As.
rUIMUEb XLY BY
BENSON, SK1T1I k CO.
Maile Colo; ra
Ior the Ttiilofl
Is Fully Equal to Farina or any
cthor Imported, and la
Ycrv Much Loner it
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Tniiij.iiiri it't tw tEu
lliiriposii and ..I;iH(
will Leave Honolulu . Sin ifranotscal
Onthc Istanrl IBthof Cach9fmriK
by apertns at ik SU ml tU ipmU.
tvr bv tAaa Llaw aao barabr mmAitmtt
taW7w4l1baaidJENp9n44 f baZl HKt y
llwOmwasd BaPnay wbvai ra Una; ea
T1ett4 fa tbe na4 Sits. ,Ji sm1 w
rtat by any f tb? limp: I tuns wftbin T
M MC U A DI 9 E i few .a tnwMWt f liaVltw
111 ba tweritvd ff " cbane In Mm BaM trraSDFav
WlPlliaww. and rt4u l4 tmm InStwe
cm JiaastMs11f tb Waitbetfiii be at a minia"
Hah r "
ayawlJi at. B.Wm
Pacif1c hi atcr
.'Mail saBw conw'y.
rvn .aa aiujKiaau:
rot, ilt H.IND VtBSVt :
a. tal.it Ort. M
CUfuf J.-T : : ' e$
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