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WKDXESDAY. FEtltrARY 6. I6M.
Independent Ticket of Representatives
LEGISLATIVE SESSIOS or 188.
3. O. CACTEU.
J. r. KAVAIXtX
A. V. KAI.UKUA.
A. K. KCNtlAKEA.
Tlirl'laironn of tin- (Soienimpnl
As lortli in Hie Nraor or Aiirfl 2L 1S71.
V. M. Gibson, lilitor and lltmrietor:
"li IWpivwBtotivo Government and a
im nnalile iiiinistrT an-1 avonte ideas with
Mnaeot our iKliliaJ tiios "wiio tliinkin
reie&Ung U traisins of their own poliU
oal edneaUtin. they are introducing into
Hawaii the idem, of advanced rtatcman
kins Koffeo mar be as wise a Statesman
Aoilet5. Uiftt Lbrr were only iJiti
ml 4t1hm1 liova who imiwM. all this cam
lnvns tuudaptrf Uw ttp barn tijKn tlic
If can Uwmc tDff onoujrli to
jaay U'aWotoiJaMHuethuifrnKlicalJy wn
This is olriouy aJilnMHl to the Crown.
AVrmMirii iustioctors of ihvtion to we
niTviu llouolnlu. wp may fel ashUml
thftt the provisions of the act of 1S7C rel
fttiieioscttiseajwrt ofabnfGcient miocc
Mvunil tin iMMling ilftci. ami only allow
ih niUiin tW Ice hix at a time
hofrhain actually onpa,l iu voting.
vitt lie faithfallv carried ont For the
of Owe who may not l acquaint
iaI witli tho act we republish it this morn
JiMTWK 17". Tbe tBoetora uf eiccUon sliall
jvrrkiawj to ofxmiac lae xhi, mm par
aian ariMnd the TkiUinP t4ace to nretTttt IXT
mm nut Ibarrhi nvtfavruad Irwtn mterfermc with
ttw cm4oet o! Uw (4cUun. ac J w wraua otlier
tbu tbe iDatNctoni uf election, tbctr clerk iinJ
M y Dot ciCLVilici; six id Dumber twine
ctaallr wjl la tuubc. to be oesitrnattO if
ffKonwirr bj l be fModutt; wfiicer. atull l
tiaoterr tvtnain vitllin tti
t4iifi iMoa or tit ffnoc to urt iirt danac tbr
ULktSC VI W I VIA.
Te letter which we pubhth in another
oommn inmi a i'onnnee ui ttaiajna.
bhoWs thf relation letwten the planter
and laborer on that riantation. and i a
viv Uecidetl answer to tne calumnies mi
Iihed by the h r Cknmute and i3jer
which hae followed in it., wake. A
terfect conliahty and jjod feeling: exists
between tlii. laborer and hw master, and
what is true in this ca. is true in the
majority of caes. The tales of haih
treatment of laborers, are almost entirely
fabrications Here and there, there may
hate. leen an isolated cae of wron done.
but redress has always licvn at band ei
tlwr by aipeal to the courts or to the con
sals. Tlie value f this letter lies in the
fact that it has come entirely unsolicited.
and that it U ml4ished not only in lln
Jifrh. out in rortuguesc. and can lw com
wentevl on in that language
The Ilawauan Uovernment, as conducted
try the self ufcient lTeniier has pot into
deep water. The V'utmt muddle, over
which the official organ was w facetious
sctt&r tinw liack. it looming np as a very
serion qnetion. Diplomatic and legal
powers haxc it is said lately arrived here
and&erious complication with Great Brit
ain may le imiiending There i- no doubt
whatever that a hnavy claim is oin to be
broupbt the country backed by the
influence of Great Britain The result of
this will be that the tas payers will luwe
to foot an cnormons bill: for what l'or
the oflicial miMcanagemeut of the Pi emier.
Can voters hesitate what they do.
when they see into what a position the
country lias been brought' Get rid of
therf men as soon as you can. citizens of
Hoaoluln and of the Hawaiian Islands at
large You have to pay a heavy bill now.
imt there it. no knowing bow heavy the
1U wll le if the jment misrule is con
tinned much longer. The tavsent Premier!
has lounged into "asm of
irooiac, anu me cinckens are ouiy jusi ie
ginning to come borne to roost. Stop this
UDi4eant arrival of fowl, by your rotes
How often have we in the ast read ap
needs in the ' Advrrtwr to race tireiu
dices! lliat journal. i the eie of the
election, came out ht Friday with anoth
er of th" iuMiboos charge against the
white Hi4c resKling in tliese lIanl,
laying to tlieir di-like and distrust of the
Hawaiian, the entire blame for the pm.
ont state of things.. The opposition to the
Ivent Ministry has been owing wholly
to "dJsaniiotnted office-seekers,'' and to an
tuigeneroos sentiment towarus tne nauvo
jMtiHilation! This the reply which is made
in behalf of the Ministry, to the criticism
which has Iven toade ujon its course for
tbe last two Hie and otb
vtf, wbelhiT reoding in Oahc or else
where in tbe group, who are known to
bare dejdored the way in which public af
fairs have lieett conducted, many of w bom
have openly expreed tboir ilisapproval
of and want of confidence in the Premier
djoiogs. are to lo assured forsooth, that
tby are only seeking after office! Those
who for years have been the true friends
of the Hawauan race, who have pleaded
in vain for its ittvsprvatiou from an alcoholic
doom ami from the ravages of lep
rosy, are to U taunUnl witi pTtjudice
against those for whom they have labored.
The Aderrtfcr will search in vain in our
cobuans. and as we leJieve in the columns
of our other ootemporariev. for any foun
datioo for its bilious charges
Ii reiiortd. and Uie nort wenii to
guua foundation, that Jodp? Kanai
who was ranninj; a$ government candi
date at AYnimea. Kanai. has been ordered
iy Uh jnittie)it to withdraw. We
Ioiste out last wwt that the
of the Uoard of Health had tieen
down to the Island to make inquiries if
the statement published in the Gazette
were correct; he received a reiJv
what had been jmblhed in this
jwper lint the i& emment should not
stop at merely withdrawing it snpport at
the ejections from this man: after ihf
lhesidcnt of the lSnord of Health has
found oat that tt really a fact that Mr.
Kanai in one of lit- .lection addresses an
lioiwoed himself as a leper, lie fhotllJ go
a step farther and Lave Mr. Kanai exam
ined to see if he is a leper or not We
have no infennation at hand that the Pre
has done anything of the
kind. To the faithf nbess of onr correspondent
in Kanai is doe aii action that
the KOTcrnment may have taken in this
Our corrcMwodent at Waimea farther
ioints ont that the authorities arc shame-folly
lax in allowing acknowledged lepers
to be at tarec. That fcoundrel who near
ly niardercd his sister ti other day. Las
f a kmp time been an acknowledged lep
er; bnt being a violent man. the police are
afraid of him, and he comes into Waimea
Almost with imimnity Xo doubt the example
set by Mr. Kanai has had its due
effect npon itly official around Waimea.
Sec to it Mr. Minister that these things be
cluneal and that liroixr invrstigations
MTais gentleman, Mr. J. O. Carter, is
eminently fitted to represent the citv and
he has authorized eg to say that he Las no
sympathy with the party a noisy but not
a large one whose sole bond of union is
the desire to overborn the present administration."
P. C. A. Feb. 2. The half
truth in the above quotation stamps it as
4ln 4YtfWrwp4A, IhA Xvtm,dr ,4 im Zw
uiv J,m.i,avit v tut a,ituuri, (i u u
just sncli misstatements, such turnings
and twistings tLat be csed to revel when
he edited a newspaper himself. A talk
with Mr Carter revealed the following
In tbe course of a private conversation
with a gentleman connected with our co-temporary.
Mr. Carter said that his object
in going into the house was not jirimarily
to trv and turn out the ministry, but to
-investigate. U tho xmmstry could show
that all the charges wrhiebhavelKPU made
against them were untrne, be would not
move against them, at tbe same time,
ing the kind ox evidence alrcaUv brougui
iarwarOf u "was piami v aimosi unpueiuio
for them to clear their skirts. In plain
words Mr.Cartor, like a sensible man, will
if elected, go to tho bouse with an unbiased
imnd, Irat witb a thorough determination
to investigate fairly, and to act on the
results f bis investigation. "o letter
spirit could be asked from a member Mr.
Carter gave no "authorization" to tho -W
tertucr to say anything alwut his views with
regard to any party here But bis views
do entirely accord with of thnt
verv large section of tbe community which
desires a change of administration, be
cause tbe jiresent holders of power have
twvn tructpfnl. foolish and extravarant.
and on the complete proof of this in the
legislature be wui act.
Ir tho voters of Honolulu to-day desire
a full investigation of the acts 01 the tiov
emment during the past two years they
will vote the Independent ticket What a
iioor team the government ticket presents.
Mr. Kanlukou. full of windy rhetoric
whose stentorian lungs have been called
but who will make a very poor statesman.
Should this gentleman le elected, we mav
Innk for a lenrtbv session, be will bowL
shont and gesticulate in the House, to tbe
fi of all who are desirous of getting
through the liusmess ol Uie country quick
ly. Mr. John T. Baker, known to the
pnblic as tbe brother of the nominal
author of a silly pamphlet which be did
not write: a man full of vanity, who
knowing but a smattering thinks he knows
everything. 31r. Xalikalani lays bis claim
to legislative honors as the father of tbe
linn or bill and the author of tho S10.00Q,
000 loan act : not that he was the autbor
of either of these measures, bnt be likes to
put the lion's skin over his own ; but
like tbe celebrated animal in the fable, he
cannot hide melodious tones which
letray bin- so thoroughly. Mr. Kuan isa
hard working man we liebeve. but that in
itself, without other qualifications, does
not constitute a claim for representing
the intelligence, commercial ability and
wealth of the capital.
On tbe other band let the electors look
at the men that are put f orward on tbe In
Sir. J. O. Carter, (KooKacka) who beads
the ticket has the confidence of the whole
community, native and foreign A thor
oughly honest man. in whom even his op
cannot find a thing to cavil at, a
lawaiian born, a man whoso record is before
tbe public, since bis earliest days of
manhood, a tried man in official work ho
is tbe man we need, and we hope to see
his name at the bead of the poll.
Mr J. U. Kawainni has shown himself
a fearless exioncnt of wrong doing in
official high luaces. he has suffered for bis
freedom of speech; be has been unjustly
ousted from the Priy Council and from
the Board of Education, because be. a Hawaiian
rftrrrf to say borne truths, and wo
may expect the same fearlessness of bpevch
and examination when be reaches, as we
hope be will do. the Legislative Chamber.
Sir. Kalaukoa. is an excellent speaker,
and is an honest and upright man: he
command' influence and respect among
bis own race and those of other nationalities
that are acquainted with him.
Lastly there is A. K. Kunuiakea: an Alii.
The government jtartizans talk as if there
were no Aliis left Kunuiakea. an Alii
stands for the Indeendent ticket He is
a well known protege of Queen Emma,
and on these ground be is a most acceptable
candidate to all.
Tbe Government ticket can show no such
qualifications in the four acknowledged
candidates that it puts forward.
The Indciendcut Ticket combines men
of broad views, of varving interests It is
no iarty clique. Ilebgion forms no stum
bling block Protestants and Koman
Catholics alike will find their interests
supported by its members. The present
government may promise, and
wildly as iirowmng men do, out n our at
izens of all shades cf thought, of all reli
gious leUefs wish for sound government
and proper and just recognition of the
of all- they will vote only one way,
without scratching a name, and that way
is Phe xarccrEXDEST JUcket:
Ma. one of the leading candidates
on the Government ticket, at tho
meeting which was called to nominate a
people's ticket in answer to a rather
question, retorted in substance that
ho miinit have been Attorney General of
tbe Kingdom now if it had not lxen for
the with holding of education in the Log
lish language by tbe American mission
aries in former years, which he put for
ward as though it were a jxTsona! gnev
ance. lne idea is not new. ine same
cry has been heard before.
But it is surprising to hear a man of Ids
intelligence, who might be expected to
know something of tbe history of bis own
people durirg the past half century, tak
ing up this second band assertion as
though he really believed it. Possibly ho
was actually iersnaded of its truth, as
many another has liecn. But whatever
mav have been the caue in this instance.
it is ivrhaps as well that tbe facts in the
case should be stated as matter of historic
AVe have lying before u at this moment
a number of works pubbshed by the
American missionaries for the express
purpose of teaching the English language
to llawaiians. and used in tbe advanced
schools as long ago as 1S37. The first is a
swlling ami reading book in English for
the instruction of llawauans. It is called
the -A" AVtAU. " was prepared by tho
llev. J. S. Emerson, and published at
in 1S37. It consists of sixty
one leyons and occupies thirty-six lages.
Next is a grammar of the English Ian
guage for llawaiians. prepared by the
same person, and published at Lahaina
luna about the same time. Then comes
an English phrase book for tbe use of
Hawaiian learners, prepared also by Mr.
Emerson, and pubbshed at Lahainalnna
in 1811, a second edition of which was
published in 1844. This consists of twen
ty -eight jages of English phrases divided
into fourteen lessons, with a glossary of
twelve liege, at the end.
Then comes a sjeller and reader of six
ty jagca in English poblished by the
lTess at Honolulu in 1815. and an
EngUsh Hawaiian Dictonary of one bun :
dred and eighty four pages, prepared
maimy uy J..ev J . Unerson. witn toe
assistance of Rev. A. Bisbop and Rev. W,
P. Alexander and tmbb'shed at Lahaina
luna in 1815.
At the rcQuest of the Kinc and chiefs.
tho "Royal School was established in
1839. and was taught by 3Ir. and Mrs.
Cooke of the A. 1L Mission, aided by oth
er couqtetcnt teachers, as long as its distinctive
character was kept up. It was
finally merged in what is now known as
the ltoyal iscbool, its present name being
derived from its tost history. In tbat
school our present King. Kalakaua. and
bis sister, Uie iTincess Itoval, received a
thorough grounding in the knowledge of
tbe English language. Tbe general ad
vance of the mass of the jteople in educa
tionhad not previous to 1848, reached
tbe iioint where tho English language
could lie taught to advantage in the common
district schools Nor previous to
that time, cild the teachers or the means
be had for snch a purpose, even if it bad
seemed desirable to substitute tbe Englisb
xor we vernacular in tnose sciioois.
In 1848 the care and management of tho
public schools passed out of the hands cf
tbe mission and was assumed by tbe government:
as was eminently proper. English
schools have since then multiplied as
rapidly as circuiiistances have seemed to
warrant, and Hawaiians have bad the Fame
access to their privileges as others. If
therefore Mr Kaulokou or any other Ha
waiian bas. failed to use those advantages,
let him )ut the blame where it belongs,
and not falsify history by repeating at
second band an old and stale ay which
has been put in bis mouth by those who
to serve a purpose, either debljoratelymis
represent tne facts, or else arrogantly ventilate
their own ignorance.
Tee inquest on the remains of the late
Honoralale Wm. F. BuckU bas altogether
failed to account satisfactorily as to bow
he came to an untimely end. Let it bo
allowed that be died oy a fall from
the top of tbe tarison. though even that
is incomnletelr woven, the remainder
of tbe finding of the jury is eminently unsatisfactory
Tbe fall was occasioned, say
the jury by ome cause lnknown.,, This
is perfectly true, and it is bard to see how
tbe jury could have reported otherwise.
But if this finding justifies the jury it certainly
seems to incriminate the officials
imr of tbe loir, tbe hasty obliteration of
the traces of the aeddect before any ex-
amination by exnerts, was all wrong and
could not havo taken place had the actors
in the scene known their duties! tho first
turnkey, Malaihi. onght to havo known
better and should have acted otherwise.
To what purpose is it that a jury visit the
scene ol a fatal acaueni, anu nnu ujnv
broken glass has been cleared away, a window
sill cleaned and the ground carefully
raked over, and why was upholding of an
inquest and a second examination of the
bodv an afterthought If the finding of
the" jury result only in "from somo cause
unknown," the evidenco all goes to show a
most discreditable state of indiscipline.
From early in the evening till 4 o'clock in
the morning, the Governor of the jail goes
to and fro between the prison he is in
charge of, and a friend's house. Then
hear this -Chief turnkey." "I went" he
says, -to tho feast betwren 11 and 12
o'clock pjn, I stopped a few minutes and
returned to the jail." guard"
says -the guards do as they liko about relieving
one another. We do not oley the
regulations. AVe can go around ont'ide,
uillKiKnrite otmlcV "Nobody pave
mo permission to go on watch at 2 o'clock,
I gave the other guard permission to go."
-Did not see Buckle go out" neither did
Kaehi on guard at the neper gate from 3
to C a. m but he saw IJnckle come back
after i a. m. Testa saw the deceased at
the feast between 8.30 and 9 p nvagdn
between 130 and 2 a. m. the next morning,
and left him there at 4. This is a rcveln
inn rxt Hie interior CCOnomV of & urisOn.
tlf the female lirisoncrs. Mary says -the
first I heard was of Buckle's death went
into Malaihi's room to fix it there was
blood on the sill and some dirt cleaned
it off,'" from whom did sho hear of the accident
and bv whose direction did sho fix
the room and clean the window sill'
The evidence of Mrxia Itosc is more
startling, but was not corroborated, and
she is a felon.
However the whole enquiry such as it
was, showed a degree of incompetence and
indifference to duty almost incredible.
The authorities outside tho jail mako no
better appearance than thoM) within. Tho
funeral is announced to take place thirty
six hours after tho accident Tho jurors
wero not called together or sworn till
about twenty-eight hours after death, and
then adjourned till the following after
The jurors were duly sworn in the pres
ence of the remains, but did not visit the
scene cf the accident until tho afternoon
of the 29th. two and a half days after the
occurrence and the day after the funeral
In allcasesof violentdcalh promptitude
of action is imperatively necessary if an
satisfactory result is intended or sought
If the coining election gives us a House
of BeprcsentatiTt, it is to bo hoped that
the method of appointment of coroner
may be reconsidered and tho instructions
of the officer remodeled.
In the United States and in Great Bri
tain coroners arc elected, in England for
life. Opinions differ as to whether a.nirm
ber of tho legal or of the medical profes
sion lie the more suitable, probably a com
bination of the two in the person of a
properlr qualified medical man who has
made a'special study of inodical jurisjini
dence would be the best.
As the matter stands hero now it needs
alteration and cannot well be altered bnt
fur the better.
To DAT in Honolulu the Independent
voter will have the opportunity of showing
his strength. Considering tho means that
have been used of late by tho Government
Party to get in their candidates it will be
a matter of no surprise, if tho announce
inent this evening should be thai the In
deiwndent ticket has not elected in
full. Those who wish to see how elections
can be carried on in this country had bet
ter be at the polls and watch to see if the
military and police are marched up to th
ballot boxes as they were two years ago
Public opinion made it-elf heard upon
this iint after the election of lbSO. and it
will do so again and even moro forcibly.
should lue tactics be repeaieu loniay.
But it is not npon its influence, oi er the
military, the police and the salaried ofli
cials of the government that the Govern
uient Party has relied for carrying thr
present election Intimidation has dccu
used. We are informed nion credible au
thority that natives occupying government
lands, or lands over whicii certain mem
l-n, of the Government Party have con
troL have been told that unless they vote
for the government ticket they need not
look for a quiet continuance in their little
homes. Tax receipts have been Jrmaxdtti
and the unfortunate voters, not strong
enough to withstand the pressure brought
to bear upon them, have delivered them
im. In all cases whero the voter is con
sidered doubtful, it will be found that his
tax receint is not forthcominc on the day
of the election, and in this way he will be
dennved of his vote. How strong the in
fluences brought to bear on voters have
been may be judged from the fact that
many have gone to Mr. Carter and asked
him" to take charge of their tax receipts,
knowim? that thouirh ther were anxians
to vote for him. thev would be unable to
stand tho threats and the wheedling they
would be subjected to: in point of fact
knowing tho power that would lie brought
to bear, they distrusted themselves. Honorably
has Mr. Carter refused to acquicsco
in their reqnest: he has told them that to
do so would lw at variance with the political
teachings ho has tried for years to
into the native race: he has striven to
mako Hawaiian electors vole as i, and
the voles that will be cast for him will bo
cast by jizx. He feels, and all goal citizens
must feel, that it wcro better to be
beaten having a clear conscience, than to
win, with the consciousness of having
stooped to impure and disreputable means
to do so.
By means of influence and threats and
cajolery, as far as can bo ascertained, tho
government have the assured control of
am voters lint what of that: Honolulu
has a voting population of about 2,000, and
one fourth of that population cannot carry
tho election. Even of the 500 voters whom
the government have locked up as it were,
they cannot count npon getting all tho
votes, for a considerable proportion of
these will be men who are to be tyt from
voting by means of retaining their tax ro
in spite then of tho various methods
used, among which, by the way. was race
prejudice, some one very high in office.
wuo. loacjioicoscieciiuuui titiiui?,
together to hear his statements, stated that
he was surprised and piined to see white
men coming forward as canditates for tho
legislature, where they would want to
make laws for tho Hawaiians, (and tho
Adurtiur dando say that the Independent
Party was antagonizing tho races), jn
spite of all such tactics and of so ranch influence;
the prospects of the Independent
Party to-day arc J"-'. Tho Hawaiian is
by no means as stupid as tho Government
Party would havo tho world lielieve, and
apart from all foreign voters, there is a
solid phalanx of Hawaiians who have
weig lied the Premier and have found him
wanting: who have found in this man, with
his cheap and his half dozen
honeyed phrases nothing for the pure
patriot of Hawaii to hope. To a number
of Hawaiians tho Premier is now represented
by Moreno's celebrated simile of
a squeezed orange. He has been thoroughly
squeezed and there is mighty little juico
left All these Hawaiian voters need is a
KnlM snnnort from the forcirn voters. In
telh'gent Hawaii understands clearly how
ill ndnsed, and how destructive ot the
of the country the course of Ihe present
erremment has been: but it will re
quire the full support of the foreign vote
to make the intelligent Hawaiians masters
of the situation.
That their support will be given wo sin
cerelv hope. Jobberyj mismanagement uf
public funds, autocratic use of power, danger
to our commercial and financial pros
perity.havo been the result of tolerating
the present men in power. If this country
is to prosper in a healthy manner, this
mm be changed, Hawaiian prosparity
cannot last forever, the evil day, the rainy
day is coming on apace, and the manner
in "which we shall be able to weather the
storm depends almost entirely upon the
manner in which we prepare ourselves h
weather it At present the ship of state is
in a bad fix, it has neither good captain
nor officers, neither good pilot cor proper
iJirsicians for the crew. It rests with tho
crew at this moment to determine whether
they shall be led to destruction or cot
What will be rained on the whole by any
inan, if a lew dollars come to his purse for
the moment and the business uf the country
is ruined. And a contina'iUon of the
rule of the present ministry means ruin.
To what end will it be that government
contracts for a hundred and one things are
obtained, if the governraont is to be
in a maimer whicii will reduce Ike
gains of those contracts to oil Even those
, - w "ggfiajEalNBw
selfish men whoWVpo for something from
uie, uiaiuuviuv,iM ". VJ "'."ft ..."
Independent tickt 1 'or if the Indepen
dent ticket is elected in sufficient strength
a change which will rivo Hawaii the respect
instead of the charity of the world
may be looked for. X
Let every thinking man, then, determine
to come to the polls toiay, let him cast
his Tote for the Independent Candidates,
and when he has done that, he mayrrst
assured that he has done a good turn to
Hawaii as & nation. Tho platform of the
Independent Party is before the voters.
Economical administration ot the finances
ot the Kingdom. Reform in the
of public affairs. A thorough
reform in the Board ot Health, which, in
place of windy "rhetoric fir scissors and
paste books, wUl give our wives and chil
dren that proper protection from disease
and lingering death which they do not
have now Finally, the Independent
Party most emphatically propose to support
Irno constitutional government, and
to strongly resent tho efforts that have
been recently made to override popular
With such a platform the Independents
ought to win. It appeals to the common
sense of all voters. If the Independent
Party fails, it will only lie because of undue
'coercion and that, as we have shown
has been used. Votebs, Tras the tables !
Wonvt suflnc, hat von iu battle in
Territory. The lrculatore there haa voted to
Btrile tbe word -male" rota the election lava.
THE .tunica, lieyuter qaotes the following
wurds of Damd Webster, which eofoe wtth creat
force at the present moment in Hawaii. Ibe
need u one which haa again and azuin been
nsedtn the colomna ot the Gazette. Webnter
said : "The circulating medium ot a commercial
rommnsitv mnst be that which is the circoUtinz
median) of other commercial communities, or
most be capable ot being converted into that median!
without loas. It mast 14 able, not only to
pass in payments and receipts among indiridaala
of tho same society and nations, bat to adjust and
discharge the balances of exchanges between dif.
fercnt nations. It man be something which has
valoe abroad as well at home, and by wnien
as well as domestio debts can be satisfied.1
In one of oar San Francisco exchanges we find
the foUowing : -not a few of oar citizens will feel
a pang ot regret to learn ot the dissolution ot the
connection which has existed since the very
or the Merchants' Exchange, between ttl
Mr. J. A. Coolidge, and itself. Since 1S0G,
nearly eighteen years. Air. Coolidge has been close-1;
identified with all the material interests of the
Exchange, and the practical management of its
affairs has been in his bands. That hi
of the malUtarlona duties which fall to tho
lot of a Secretary of such an istitution hat been an
able one, is universally conceded by all who have
come in contact with Mr. Coolidge, and in testimony
of this and ot his industry, intelligence,
nnilntv .ml RitntiilitieA. the natrons of the ex
change ttlot the association) presented him on his
retirement from the office, with a very handsome
UsUmoulal. Altnoagn laacn regret nas oeen ex
pressed at the change made by the Trustee, and
tne removal ci air. v., yex mere is some consolation
tn the fact that hit raeceagor. Mr. J. C.
nrl. i petilleman who is hictilr Douular with all
who anow him, and is admittedly weu qualified to
fill the position. It is A pity that in, needs of the
Kxchange 6huuM not rcquirtf the sen ices of both
HAWAII TO THE FRONT !
A STLRIUNG ELECTION ADDRESS 1
JUE" CAIiTKR STATES HIS PLATFORM,
THE GOVERNMENT ORG." CETS 1RSWERED.
A. Mass Meeting of the
A TALK TO THE POINT.
Last uTctiuis tbe ImlepenJent Tutera tart at Ka
waiahao Churcli and were addressed by tho mem
bers of the ticket. Mr. SwlDton waa
tanam moos jr electctl Chairman and Mr. Ii. W.
iMxirrtary. Tbe njtiiic was most onJerlj
and also most enthusiastic; the speeche of the
Independent candidates wero to tbe
tcbo. Mr. Knnaiakea taI.e lint. Mr. Kawainni
Mcond, Mr. KalaoVoa third and Mr. J. U. Carter
last. The remarks of each of the candidates were
loudly ftpplaad'.d, and as tbe periods rolled forUi
uenonccinz or ria.cniuic me position ui tne cot-
eminent candidate?, the boos containing more
than ix hundred peopl took the potnW and
laocbed Arid applauded alternately.
Mr. S. Kaai. who was sorroaodtd by certain
uoTornment tscrranw. tried to ULnrb tne meet
ing, bat the assent waa against him. and after
bearing soma iood home tratha tbe moeting
with enthusiastic cheers for the
candidate and a detrrrotnatino to vote the
Uclxt '. It as a meeting that wonld do honor to
any nation under tbe ran. Hawaii has need to be
prood of bcrwlf. Mr. Guter's speech is reported
We Eire a translation of Mr. Cartel's address to
tbe elsctora Unfortunately we bito
been cnatle to obtain translations of nil tbe
epwtfs made. Tbe meeting was most enthusiastic
Mr Ijocxtetsies, uitkisj or the Dis-
TBICI or llOSOLTWT :
You haro gathered here this fcTemng to hear
from Uie candidates lor tne Doaiuon of
utircs to tbe Legislature Assembly, npon the
taqwniiiT or rutzfH t ucfcci. some expressions oi
opinion on tbe questions of tbe times. Upon this
ticket, which we believe has your sympathy and
snn,r are loonu luenamtaoi
J. V. KAWALS'UI,
end four bumble serTant,
J. O. CAKTEIE.
Yoa bare heard from all these candidates for
your qcpnurt. and it only remains for me to say a
few word:. Von will pardon me if In my remarks
i snao. appear 10 say someining ior myseii. aiosi
of jvt bare known me as child, yoatb, and ai n
man amom? too. I was bora in this citr and
there lore hare a right to say that Tarn a child of
this Und we lore so well. I am as mneh a Hawaiian
as any person fn this kingdom and I feel
taio in cuauengiiig any person w stand np u lie
ciu ad s.y that 1 hare ever oppressed or abased
a Hawaiian or for that matter any person. Too
ha? kiaown me as a government officer, hanng
cnargtoi me monies oi in gorernmenu vtnus
in that ufice did I not do my doty faithfully 1
Was cot the well managed, and hen 1
left it it not full of money 1 Were yoa not
always wafi trea.nl when yoa came to tne f Did I
not-rent tbe Chief IS'aliao.elu and onr friends
Kaai Miid Kapeua faithf oily 1 Did they ever have
trouble b rcisos of my wrong doing r I ask
these questions because 1 bear that there are borne
in this land who aay to you not to Tote for me.
wnx not Ton: roa aia r
On an honest man who lores his country, oar
Ling and chiefs, giro yoa any good reason whr
shoild not Tote for me ai your representative?
Bay tD joq that no officer of our government
has any reAMoa to fear me in tbe Assembly.
Xo lint if there has been wrong doing if money
has bcui stolen or wasted they have reason to
fear exposure. I say to yon that if I find wrong
doing I will espobe it, and 1 believe thAt Kawainni,
Kunuiakea and Kalaukoa will support roe. I was
your representative in 17? and no one worked
harder for yocr rights than I did. I waa al) in
the Assembly that made the kindly Imahlo, King
of our land and cast my rote for him.
Soma ot the persons whose names are niou tbe
other tickets have also served as representatives,
and 1 have to asK yon what did they do for oar
land, or for oo t What has Kanlnkoa dono that
he shoclJ as yon to rote for Lira, lie was the
servant vt the ministers not of the people and
be received his my. spending jour money on a
visit to Janan. What has he done that be should
ask yon to rule for him and refuse me. Will be.
or can ue. Marcu out too wrong uoiog oi iue
ministers. Will ha expose their wrong acts, or
will be rapport any other person who tries to
the wrong dotnr of the ministars. Xo. be
will not. neither wir. Baker or LUikalani or tbe
I hear that Kanlukoa gars that hi U the chiefs
ticket, and that if yoa do not take his ticket and
vote il iiit chiefs will be set aside. Do not believe
tlii tall. I jn a true a f neud uf oar Kim? and
chiefs as this young courtter hj.ulnkoa.
There are weighty things to come before tbe
and yoa should send to consider these mai
lers men wot? an uaauiyjn uotuiuMaauauv
the servant of the ministry. Xerer send as your
lrnriwiilatire to the Artsemblr aur person who is
a gorernment officer. The questions of tbe Honds
of the government. The money we should borrow.
The government lands. Tbe question of taxes,
lue waters or r.nuauuf aiasisi ana auaaoa. him
nillit improvements: all these and others of erraal
importance will bare tu be considered. I promise
yon that if yon. by your ballots pat me ia the Assembly,
I will stand firm for rijltt er
And I ask you to send to help me my
trirnd La are a Don the ticket with me. Y) e will
stand together for the rights of oar king and
chiefs and onr country. wen to your uauots
before patting it in the buz rote with year eyes
friends, as yoa co from here remember
what I bar said to yon. Do your doty
tomorrow without fear, whether yoa are soldiers
or police or citizens yoa bare a right to rote as
yoa pi- 'o ne kss a right to force jon to
vote the government ticket or any other. It on are
free men. Let it be said from Hawaii toXuhaa
that the Toters of Honolulu voted without fear
and sent no government officers to the Assembly
The gorernment ticket tried to hare a meeting
Ust night bnt failed dismally. In spite of all the
money that has been pocred oot the Hawaiians
mean to be Independent charm the Piemier nertr
attemeniber that a little Hop Bitters saves big doctors
bills, and cores when all else fails. Head ad.
American WaJtham Watches
Awarded Twv G-M 3f edal.
rdforWaicbet. JteHwnrne InlcmaUoaal Exaibltlosi
Medal; also, and fwai
firtpnsei. Sydsey. 17.
Tb?GoMMrda.raria,l7 Fonr Plrtl Prite Med,
Thr Bneeaaled imxui ot tar UeJebntetf Watche
ti ttrotiseed hol or wortkletf Imitation. Bayeri
wji.obsenr ihcTrade Mark. ' Wsltbasi. Mais." en
rratrd the plate f all Uasfaf Walihaat Watches
laotdearrare.otaniped A-W Co.. lk or lilt-,; aad
WstUun. Utf Merllag VI ly
Fino Front Office to Let !
pni: orna rDBJiERLT orrrriuiBr
OnVe. Tiros start favwable.
FOR SAN PHANOISCOa
TUB UAWA1IAX BACK
rot rmcat or pacf applj to
tM II. n ICKFELil CO.. Agra.
The Al IUik
J I Captain.
iVIU Learo Tor thpabore Vort on or
about FEB. 51h, 1884.
-Fr I'relekl aatl raace hit las lae
Hixu. t t io.nnAwni:n,
Mill Irate llovnlala rarb Taenia y at 4 P. 31., for
3laalara. Makena. 3Iahakona Kawalhae,
and Hi to, Anrtthi at IMIe early Thirstlaj
laoralnrs. Will leave Hllo each Tharaday at book;
Jlahatona each Friday at I P. M.; Kawaikae at t A. M.
of fatardiy; 3Iakeoa a A.3I.; .Maalaea at I:IA, -M-.
aau inaiaa at :ju .a. j racnin; Jioooiaia eaca
IWtNI.EU TItAIN rtem Malil will leave each
1'riday at 1 P.Xlecnonectllh the
Tbe Klein WILLTOL'CIt at Honokala aad Pmaalua
on rfoara trip for Pasteur". If a ilc&al la made from
(ST Meamrr Klnaa will not take heavy frelsht for
UiDpauornoe. un. irngni anu pacaazra on it. .mi
heavy fnlzbt fur tbe above port will betaken by the
STEAMEIt LlKELIKE '
OX MIlvilDT, t t ItinnAXDCU.
ThBrfday. MThardaj. Jan
Moudiv. lrt .SI ' Monday, Feb
Tbartaday. Jan lOiTharsdty. Kelt
3Indav.Jan Sl.Mot.aaj. -
Taking ffTicht for Labaiaa, lUaalaea, 3Iakrna,
Kawalbae, ... raaalltt, Ilonokala. KobotalHe.
IL.I.I. I W I1.t.l. 1V.
waaaliea, ltatauiat7Wlsw' taxaaaasiu, VHUIUCA t aiuajaaa,
Papalkoa, Wilnaka sotl 11. In. Krtarnlo: will loach at
all ihe above pnrtt.
AU lite frlwk from Kawalkae nia.l be thlpprd tj the
Lrtnti:xt:, i t ortjiA.MEU,
VIII leave Ilonolola each Momlarata P. V . for Katv
nakakal, I'nki. lltelo, liana. Makaalae.klpahola and
,"an; ana a. nranae cwrj mnrr rra
Krtnmlnz will touch at Labatna, Poktwsntl Kaona
kakal. mtblnr Iloiiolala 1'rldar P. 31.
rt.iti:.oit, t t oijimasih:k,
Will Irate Honolnla each Monday P. 3I for tbe wlnit
wardfideof Oihn. Willeo br war of Walalna. when-
ever iDfllrient Inducement offer, rctarning ctrry
t riuay r. ji.
Cuapany will not be reponilbIe for any
freight or anloa rerrlpted Tor, nor for
barga nntea plain tr marked. Net rerponalble
for money or Jewelry unless pticnl In charge of tbe
VII pootifalc care will be taken of Live Mock, bat tbe
LOUPIDT Mi DM IMUins ID f Mek arciurtu
SAUL. U. MILUElt, 'resident.
!. It KOSC, ecrrtary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen Mreete
Honolulu, Iee 10. S
STEAM NAVIGATION CO,
Will ltmi Itcgular for Kona itnil Kan
Learo Honolulu at 4 p. m. on
FrldjT. Jan. .
Krlisr.reo..., llild.j,JIrth II
Taerasj, l'tb.. K Toelaj. rcll...
Vrriics at Honolulu on
Frtdsr Jan ...IS Frid... Feb
TueIsj.Jsn. ... ....;j, Tnef4aT.3larc.il
Fridar. ib .... S IriJsj.Msrtb
Tnewfay. Feb.... ...1J
Leaves Honolnla every Tuesday, at 5 p. m.
for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Steele and Waimea,
Kauai. Hetnminjr, Leaves Nawiliwili every
Stnir. JAS. TVTAKEE.
FREEMAX Cora ma tuler.
Leaves Honolnla etcry Thursday, at 3 p. bl,
for Kapaa & Xilanea. Hetnrning, Leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. m, and touch
ing; at Waianae both ways.
Stmr. C. B. BISHOP,
Leavea Honolnla Everv Tnesday, at i p.
for Aaxntnaele, iionokaa and Faannan.
tnrning, arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
ttr orFICE of Ibe ConsnT. Ivet of Kilases btrert
nrsrlbe rMSHtllilrr. STTtfe
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
tiii: m'1.i..miiii sri.Aji.iiiir
And lite .spltnilld Mrnraahfp
WILL LCiVE HONOLULU FOR SIR FflHCISCO
On or about Monday Feb. IB.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
CITY OF SYDNEY !
iniAnmmx. court aw deb.
On or about February 26, 1884,
For Frelbt nl Pajupe, apply to
SO Jc II. lUCtFKLt) A CO .Iff a U.
tjaaila lr .Shlntneul ser SteaHier ran hm
be Miami, Free? ! C bars'. In
narcnanvr near inc aicaairr nnnri.
The Acrnti here are now prepared la
I?nc Tickets to San Frandjcoand tCctnrn
FOUSIfiTlIK KUL.M) TJP.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE VAGSIFICEXT NEW IRON itTEAUMIlrS
II;iripi)Nit and Alameda
Will Leave Honolulu A San Francisco
Onthe Istand 18th of Each Month.
PASSENGERS may have their aamei booked In advance
by applylnx at toe offlce of the AjenU.
tif Papfesera bylhU Ida are hereby nolilnJltat
they of tzzzt FHEE fry
tbe Overland Railway hen travel! a i eatt,
Excanlon Ticket for tbe nnnd trip, IS. r""d t
retsra br anr ot tbe tVoaiDanrs Mrsncra wtikinlii
MERCHANDISE Intended for f hlpmeat by this Hne
lll t reeeived f rea of cSarralatk Corn pa ay 'a New
Warehouse, aad rcelpU Weed for same. Inaaraace
on Mertbandlae m tne WarnoaeIIl be st ownera
VHi AeenU O. S. S. Co.
Kortgagee'iHotice of Intention to Foreclose
ATOTICK 16 IIKREIIV GH'EX
that putnaat tvapwer of sale contaiaed In a
certain deed, dated tne IiUhday of Jaae. fl,
made by Albert aBtrr ard barah E Saoter his wife, of
llocolaia, to aBford B Dole. (Taj tee for the Kroner
mlcors, and for a breach of the condition of said
Jiie deed, all the property conveyed by raid mortnrr
red. will after three weeks from this date, be adver
liaed f or sale by pabtlc aactlon.
.anaary m, im.
SANrORD B. &OI.E,
W3 3t Traatee foe Kmrer mlaora.
Uortg&gee't Notice of foreclosure and of
TXACCOKIIANCK WITH A TOW
J. er of sale eonLalned la a eertaln waortsare made by
Ap(U aad Ealoasole to A J Cartwrtrbt Tmstee ef the
Holt Imitate, dlted thelUkdaror ,.
eorded la liber . paje ICX Notice ti hereby fltea
tbat said i steads to foreejort raid mart-are.
for condition brokrs, sad npon raid foreckwsre will
eell at pabUc attetton at tbe ttvlevroom f E P Adams ta
UaooJala. en MOSDAT, the 11th day of rebrBary.jn4.
at IS 31 of said day, the nrrmlees described la raid
aa below apecUed.
farther particular can be bad of WR Castle; At
Law. X J. CARTWRIGITT
Premleea tobe awtd arvaitriaitnl la Eului Ifmli.
poke,Oaha, aadcomalst f eTIae Kato or
Bks Laai, feme aoder csltivsUoa 991 St
Notice is iii:.:i:iiy
that the hstr t ntrntl into partner
a ucnerai iaiar.s Acrnu in iii'nDiain, u. .
tSat ISelr htulrj w.Il lw roftJacied
sailer tbe arm name if WISEMAN AIILKY.
J E WIHKNtA
W ti. ASHtXT
C OMJBI1VATIO ST
DrVIDED WE TALIV
WISEMAN & ASHLEY
In tho Hawaiinn Kingdom.
rrm: miw ruin take tiii:
X Meaor In aUtlne lo tbe nalaeaariaaliy
ana me moiic trntraiiy. uta .nrj u mini ap
one of the Elegant itraand Klor'f Id the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING
On Mert&aiit Street. Honolulu,
Waere tbey 11I condDct tin ir Bu-i " and
be moat happy to ree tketr patronsand frimtta. ferliair
by them In every particular to the best of Ibclr ability.
anu en tne nioai rvaaooaoiK
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Hanibal and St. Jo
AMI . .
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QDINOT
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ok jvrw voitic.
City of London Fire Insurance Co.
. ANU -
Wells. Taru & Cn
GENERAL FORWARDING I COMMISSION AGENTS.
We deliver Lettrn, Packseea, Parcel and Monty all
over the World, a end order direct tooflr Acenta
la lie filled and "hip throttsboot the
United Matee and PwrelM i onntrlei Mercbandlae,
Carlo. Xc from the Kingdom. J Always aadvlae
ymjr friend abroad ! urnd Pain I. Parkac, Important
letter, anil .Mivey to yon taroneh U ELLS.
KAUliO tt Cowhoee Aycnrle are elabllheI In all
large rltlea on the jrtobe. Don't eoniMer tho Etpente
when tending throaeh n. ai we will (iarantee yoa
atitfactloa In every partkaUr anil hold
In all oar nndciitktn
Acent Tor the Hanihle St. Jo, niid
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON ANO QUINCT RAIL ROADS.
Tbeie Roads are tbe uot Comfortable and Invitlos;
Roads Eaet. Toorltt wtl. And tbe bcenery. tba
Palace car, the station Retaarant alon theae roata
most Invltlns; and erpriioe. and Letter will jrcn
to all Travelers and Tixirtttf eoloz either a 11 r Sod
clatsraotenserstothel'rincipil Aent In rn
who will take cprclal pains Iniuaklnj jpu ae
qnalattd with Railway offlclaU tbroogb letter n tbat
yoar trip will b nwt enjoyable to tbe end
Real Estate Aceuts.
WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE
la all parti of the Klngiloui. Search Kocorda and attend
completely5 to every branch Iu Selltni Real and
Leasehold ProtHwty. will contain maps of
all Pronertlet left in onr chance We make a specially
ia lremie la repair. Pay
In? and dlachanrlnz Taxes, atcr Rates and effcetlne
Inaaranee. (hrneraof lTopertr thoald bear In mind
tli it at will relieve thesi from liiinc tbclr attention to
al all time to act with care
fora nominal cosiideratioo for aervlces la tbU department,
ltooma, Cotiace and Manaion to Ict al all
times on application to n.
Employment A cents.
Wo Supply all Kinds of Holp,
Roth male and feua! In all the vniion branches of
lodaetry on these Ulsads.
jrtnw, Plantera, and Merclrsats genrally tbwoM
notrfyn when vacancies eitrti we will fnrnlth no
help anch aa Cleika, bale men. lhwk keepera.
or taborera nnleaa well recommended to ne
Chinees irrvanti and Female ervanta will be anp
piled to fimllles at ihort notice, for which a nominal
committf ion if exacted.
Life anil Flro Insurance Agent.
We feel It a daly to call every man's attention
a man of faniUyi to kcr lit Life Insured fur
the benefit of his Fatafiy who so often are dependant
npon his labors for tacit sopport Yoan; mm and
mntunlca would find It the mot pleasant daly of
their Uvea to take out a Poller on the"Tmtlna trln
clpal as la a few years sboatd they lire they will
hare funds to In with a neat
capital w back thrm. e Ibthc vou tocaiien aa wl
w will take plcaaore In llltvttrauuff to yon how bei
eial It la for vtvur welfare to be Insured
Every man who owns Property abonld remrmber that
' nie." Uuf rjtm raesMBawanes) makes tbe rich, or
and poverty stricken Lrt this be a
warnin; to yon aaa can on at oner aua pvwiec your
selves aralntt loea.
MONEY TO LOAN!
FROM SIOO TO $10,000 ON FIRST-CUSS $ ECU HUT
Custom Hoatw Brokers.
We hare made fpecial srranrtments whereby we can
eater Goods at the Cut torn ltooaethroe;b Power of
Attorney and we call niton all merchants and storekeeper
to make im tbclr Agents at once. Oar charge
tor Ibis work l very Reasonable and we will Enter
iranit, pJ avnu qikuIkT nrixnt anu irutT unit1, aira
deliver rour coeds dlnet to wnr olacca uf Uoalacaa ia
prompt order. 3(ercfaante aad Store keepers wilt find
ibis oi jrrcst aavanisca 10 tarm 10 ercry way
General BtuLaeaa Aeenta
uur loss acrjaalatanec wHh i bdlineiaeM Uvsnsasnitr
1- well known and wc inverably keep Inviolate al' bnsl
nesa mailers of s private natare. itnslDeaa men who
will lntnut their cobibktcUI matters to an assy always
fret safe In dot of We a lady tbe Intercala of owr
cllaoU at all tlmea and adslM oo all bntiaesi topics
based on oar beat jndsment.
In the Ueneral Daeineaa Deoarlment wr alt' ad to
everything tn the Commercial line, rnch a ike
vU. Rooks aad SeeoMts kepsnd edjasted
neatly and BUis Colkcteb
promptly, aad proccedinn talua axalnst creditors
Papers ot every dVscriptloa. snea as Ueedx, fioade,
Mortcaees, mils or Sale, Leases. Wills. Partnerfhtp
Papers. JtC drawn. JLsO Advert lnKntr, Notices.
Antcles.CommanTeatlaa and Coereapoadeace written
A10 Memorial drafted and Ensnieaed, Drafia,
Notes, Dills of Exchange. UMr at Credit, aad Dank-Ins
matter jpoerallT attended to
All Orders From tbe Various Islands
To as will receive prnasptaese. We cam rnrcbtsee at
the Lowest Market Rates aad ntach more reasonable
than roa can. and we .aspect csenihlai before we
bur and therefore It L ta roar Interest ta cad yusrr
orders tn as as we tfrew leemns respowslbta'. aad the
mall rommiaefon yea pay m rs lass than what ynar
parcluse amowat to bariax as row have bee (Mat;
ST" A II eorresnoodence to ns we lake idea are in
aaiwerine; wltboat deiay.
Welavite everyone to mopecl our newaai pacionsof
Ice and as we bay all oar aimrimentaworkla?aiidera
syMemttk rale with polite asstsUalN ceetral location
aad special advantage for cowdnctinsr isr baetaese we
in- ism me wmauirj at iwre writ ae jraiiarw ia
kawwlaT that aach B brweSrtal uuitDtLw bu Wrs
esUbllsked wfcrre the want of all may be supplied by
Year Most Obedient Servants,
Wiseman & Ashley,
General Busluess Agents,
CaapbelTs 5w Block, aferthaat St. Hatetsla.
P. ft BOX I3. TBLeruuxh its
P. Ckrittamae aad Sew Year CuoLa
are ready aad ea apptfcaflaa er ay hrUrr we w IU pre
sent or send yon awe. c
Mr Wiseman and Mr Ahlev desire It thnk the
pnbltc cenerally fur their libersblr reiowed
apon them whiJr r.,iiditt' la
IInotIa an s.rienl Barsr Arflta axa they a
LIE SEAL !IL1R of foe thr - nVnt hi
tie fjwre. it
COURT OF Tllti
SrPUKMK In Probate In the matter er the
Estate of IIOLLI9A SCOTT, of Heitf.laln.deceasea.
Urdet appotaUa? time far Probata of Will and direct-
I Jitf.i narnnrtlair to be the last will and testa
meat of llottls A havtasoa lbs 3Cb
day ft Jaasary, X - 14. bee- preanled to aid pro
bate conn, ana a prtmow . wm w'.i
for the Issaanee tretameatary torih B,
been filed by Jean A. Palaaer.
it la here!rreered.taat rBIDAT, the M day of
Febraary. A. D. r4. at W o'clock A. hU of sail day. at
the Cewrt Ileww of said Cawrt, at Chambers, In
lllrtaltla be, and the ame. Is hrraby appvliitrd the
the time for previa said Will aad hearts! said
whra aad whera r Person latrresled may appear
and contest the said vt 111, sad the eraatln of letters
It ts farther ordered, that nolle tbefewf be rtrra by
paWirallna, for three 1 tbs
a newspaper printed and fbUned In
Dated llonolala, II. I.. Jaaaary 3Dth. A. D. IU-
Attest- Chhf J a tree of the !prem Cawrt.
Unit grrw. Depnty Clerk. Ttl t
' TIIK SUPRK3IK COUKT OK
1 the Hawaiian Klaedoen.
KALAKAU.. by tho tlrae af tlod of the flawaltaa
1 Aland, Krtw:
To WILLIAM Marshal of the
Ton are hereby commanded ta rstiara EJfELtA
WISEMAN. Defendant In ease ska shall file written
answer within twenty days after service hereof ta be
and appesr before the said .aprew Coart at the
Term thereof, to be holdew at the Cewrt Room of tbe
Coart lloase, Ilenolaln, In the Island sf Oaks, en Man-day,
the Kb day of Jaaaary next, at It o'clock a. m..
toshowcaase why the claim ef E. Wiseman
Plaintiff ahoald net be awarded htm parraaatta tk
tenor or htm annexed petition.
And bare yow then there this Writ, with fall retarn
of your proceedtfi; thereon.
Wmtas. Hon. A. FR.IXC15 J TDD,
I !cal ef Ihe Chief Jatttte ef Ottr fnpreme Coart
t Saprems Coart f this Mb day af peeembr,A. P. Iax
Wnxtan rvma, Clerk.
Ilavlnc made dlHrrat search for the within mention
e-1 Kraelta WImbub and as aha cannot befoaadtn
this Kingdom 1 hereby retarn the sammena not served,
(binned) W. t PAKKK.
Honolnla, Dec SHb,!!.
1 hereby certify tbat the within aid foresntnc la a
trma and falthfsi copy ef th Original ftatnmons Issned
In tba libel for divorce, Jeaeph K. W tteman vs. Emella
Wiseman, and also of tks Jlarshars retarn: andthst
the Paprrme Coart, at the Jaaaary Term, 4.D. HM,
ordered the ease con tinned tn the aeil April Term. Aj.
P. and that la the meantime, an attested copy af said
saromons be printed as prrscrtbed by the statute, re
qatrlait said mella Wiseman ta aaswrr atsatdArrll
Is wiTxasa whrrof, I bars hereunto set my hand and
Ibe Seal of thi Supreme Court at Ilonolala.tkla tta
day of Jaaaary. A. IJ.MI. WIU.lAM rusTEK,
Wl W Clerk yqprsme Coart.
TX TIIK suim:wib couirr or
X Ibe Hawaiian Klardom.
K.LAKAC.l.ltrthatiraeeof tlrtLafthe Hawaiian
Ta WILLIAM C. PARKK. E., Marshal of tke Kin?
dom, or his Depntyt,nsrrtva:
ELLIOTT Defendant, In rase he shall file written answer
wlUiln twenty days after service hereof, to be- and
appear before the Sapreme Coart at the Jaaaary Term
thereof, to be holden at the Coart Room of tke Cewrt
Hone. Honolnla, In tbe Island of Oabn. on Monday,
tbe sevejth dy of January next, at I
to show canso why lbs claim of K1PULA (w.)
ltalatin, aboard not be awarded her pnrsaaatte the
tenor of annexed petition.
And have yoa then there this writ,, with fall retarn
of voar proreedtnaa thereon.
UirxLB.IIUN.A.riLVCl5 JCDD. Chief Jsstfre
of otr SgrremcCooitrthll 3thdar of Oct, A. D. 1"U.
) lltssr swrra. DrpatrClerk.
HavlnsT m.vle search for th within menttrmed
ArthnrA. U. Elliott,! return Ike within vnnmnai
erred a be Is wot to be roawd Ir tho Klwrdowi.
(.Hienrd) W C. TAKKE, MarshaL
Iloaolato, Nov. S3.I, ISO.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Island of Oahn,s S.
I hereby certify that tbe within and forrxolnt la
true and faithf ol copy of the oriclaal amnwrna tesned
In lb libel Kipola (w.) vs. Arthwr A. ft,
Elliott, and also of the Marshararctarwi aad that the
aprenie Court, at tbe Jannary Term. A. D. lLorder.
ed the caaecontiaaed to the next April Term, A.D.rt,
tbat fn the meantime an attested ropy of said Ham
ntons be printed aa prescribed by tba 9uit renvlriar
aid Arlhnr A. D. fcllhxt to aaswrr at the said April
Is wtracse whereof I havs hereanto set my hand
(slat) and ieal of the Supreme Coail at Hone
lain, this Sllhdav of Jsanary, A. D. !ol.
Win Clerh jgprema Coart.
SUPKKMK COURT QV TIK
Islands. Ia Probate. In the matter of lb
KM.t of Her lllchaefs KUTH KBKLIKOLASI, Ue
of Honolnla deceased. At Chamber before Chief
On readlne aad fillnf the petition and aceoante of
Charlea K. Bis hop and ICada'ph W.Meyrr, Execttr
of the W 111 of Her lllchnrss Hath Ksrllknlanl. late ef
Honolnla, deceased, wherein thry ask lobe allowed
ta.nriS.79, and chare themselves with tZl.KS.TS,
and aka that the same may ba examined andapprwed.
and tsfet b final order may h made dlfcharetae them
and (Itclr snretles from all farther responsibility a
It I ordered, that TUESDAY, the 1th day of March.
A. O. 1-M. at 10 o'clock A. M before the said
Chief Justice, at Chambers, lw the. Coart lloase, at
Honolnla, be sad the tame hrrrby la appointed a the
time and place lor hearing ad petition and acconnts.
and that alt person tntarotrd may then and there appear
and show caase. If any they have, why tke same
shonld not be granted and that, this order. In
the K ndl h and Hawaiian lantTnaj;es.bs published In
the Hawaiian (liirrri and Kaokoa newspapers printed
and published In Honolnla. for three arrest I ve week
previoa In the time I herein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolula, II. I., tbi Shi day Jan. A. D. 11.
A. PHASCI! Jl'DD.
Chief Jnsttea Supreme Coart.
Attest: Uepnly Clerk. ?-M at
SunniMi; coltt of thk
Island. In Probate -In the matter ef
the Estate of WILLIAM 1 M. ALTtM, deceased,
order to show caaso ow application of admlalstratoe
for order uf sale of real relate.
On resdlnc and Hint: the petition ef Charles T.
lick, administrator of the estate of William L. M. Austin,
deceased, praying for an order of sale of certain
real estate to raid estate situate In Kapala-mi,
Hntlaln and Kamanaaat, Wailaa. Oahw. and
eelttne forth certain lejal reason why snch real estate
sboald be sold.
Ills hereby ordered, tbat tbe next of kin er the aid
drcedrnt and alt persons Ulere.tnl la tho said estate,
appear before this court on r'ltlDAY.Ihefifternlh day
of Vebmary. A. D. tl, at 10 o'clock a. m... at the Cosrt
Knom of this Court, la llooolala, thea and ther tn
show caase why an order should not be granted for the
ale of such estate:
And It Ii farther ordered, that a copy ef this order be
published at least three successive week before the
said day of keartnx. In tbe IUwm Uitmi aad
Knokoa newspapers published tn said Honolnla.
Hated Honolulu, It. 1 Jan. 17th. l"t.
Attest i Chief Jastlct 8 a err me Court.
Ulnar farm-. Deputy Clerk. (S3 St
CUl'UKMK COURT OF TIIK IIA
O waltan Islands. In the nillfr nf TttfiYl4 R
W ALKKR, a volnatarr bankrupt. Notice tn rredlrwrs
ior ncaring prooioi tneir ciaimf, ueiore Xr. tlaitlca
Thomas) II. WalkerofHonolaln, basing this day been
adjacfc a bankrupt at shearing before the said Jas
tic., it was ordered that notice be riven to Ihe creditors
of said bankrupt to prcsert theirclalmi and prove their
debts, and that dne publication be made thereof foe
three tonsecntlve week tn the Hawaiian Utltrrt
Sow therefore notice It hereby elven that MONDAY,
the 19th day of February, A. IX lVs, at 10 o'clock a. m.
at the Coart Itoom ia Alllolanl Hale, tn said Honolnla,
Is the time and place for ail such creditor tn appear
and prove said claim.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. Klh.IWl.
WW as llEMtY a.HITll. Deputy Clerk.
SUIMSIIMK COURT OF A
WAIIAN ISLASHit. In the matter df JAMES MJ
,;: ."V .' " w,nl'y "anarapt. notice to
rredltor for hearlLg proof f their cUlm. Before Ma
J attic A dp tin.
James W. Uuberlson of Honolnla, Ihla dr
been adjudZed a at a haarlnz before the aald
J a Ice, U wii ordered that notice he giTea to th
creditors or said bankrapt to preseat their claims and
provo their debts and that due publication be made
thereof foe three consecntira weekala tks Uawinas
UaatTTE aewspaf er.
T,?vW.ihTTra??i,ti1J,.,bert0' ,r,, tbt
Ibe Itth daj of February, A. D. mt. at lQotlork
a. u at the Coart Koom. In Alliolanl Ilale, In atid
Honolola.i the lima aad place for all (sch creditor
to appiur and prove aald claim.
Dated Honolulu. II. UJiEurr Iftth. 14.
TJIJt HgyitT olllTll. Depniy Clerk.
SUI'KEMl, COUKT OP TIIK
Islands. In Probate In the matirr ef tbe
Estate of ANYONE CtMTA "f llnnotala, detested
Intestate. Deforw Mr. Jostles McCelly,
On read In- and fillaj th petltloa of Rata Costa
of Honolnla, allrglag that Antone Costa, or
Honolulu, died is tea tat a at aald Honolulu, on th Itth
day or Jannary, A. D. Wl, Iratlng certain properly In
raid Honolulu, and praying that letters of admit! Ira
tloa Isaac ta her, tho said HI a Coela.
II Is ordered that WKDMESDAY, the 1Kb day of
February, A D. PMLalltf o'clock a, m be and
la appointed for hearing aid netltion before tBsutd
Jattiee. In Ibe Court Koom of tbli Court, st Hon dala.
at which time and place all persons concerned may
have, why tho same
sbotld not be granted, andthst this order be published
In the English laagaa; for three succes,ire week In
tbe Itiw.tiix Otxxrra newspaper ia Honolilt And
It la further ordered that tnthemianttniesaid Beta
Costa be appointed temporary administratrix st aald
Dated Uonolula, II. I.. Jan. SM. A. I). 1L
Attest: Jasticebf Snpreme Court
- Hnar Hsith. Deptty Clerk. fMa
CUl'UKMK COURT or THK II A-
O wailaa Irlaad la th- matter of the bsakreate
of ABCHIDALO JI. KEItK. Order of notice ef bear.
Ing for proof of claims.
L'pon the filing of the petti ion cf Archibald ft. Kerr
of Honolnla declaring hlnseir a bankrupt and praying
to be adjudicated a such. It I ordered that HONDA T.
Prbraary 11th. A. 1 o'clock a. mai my
Chambers In tbe Court Room.IIonolsla.be th time
and place for adindlcatlnz said baahrnptey If ll la
and alo fee creditor of aid. bankft to ptovs
their Claims, also that the Marshal take , of
said pelltionet'a property aad that tklsac f be
for three consecutive week la the Hawauan
Dated Uonolula. II. I. Jan. 9lh. lw.
UENJ. II. AUSTIN,
Attest: J a tie ef the Supreme Cnnrt
HasaTwrTH. DepaiyCWk. Wj It
. CIIA3IIIKR!. CIRCUIT.rUIOKa
J. 3d Jadrclal District, Hawaiian Islands la Probate
-In the matter of tke Estate of JOHN BCMRDMAX
of KakalnL Maul, deceased.
On readlag and filing tks petition of Amy Laura
King, prayiagtkUCoait to order that dlsttlbwtlsw be
mad I ibe property, teal aad personal, af tbe lat
Joha lktmrdawM at kahalal. Maul deceasrd, to tbe
dlvtdees ander the Will nf the said drreased.
II 1 ordrmt that WEDNE&DAf, the J7th dy ef
Febraary. DM, at 1 p m. at the Court ltm9 ia
Ma at, be set aa tkt time and pbee for hearing tke
aald petition and any ebfeetlowa that maybe made
thereto, sad O. E. Coardmaa aad O w. Wttlftmr. the
daly tuallfled exeeaLwa of the Will of tkeaskfjihe
Ooardasan. deresfed, and any ether persons hartnr aa
Interest In said estate, are hereby notified to attend.
Cirewtl Judge M Jad. Dtsl. II. I.
Id the Supreme Court of British CohnbU
of EDWARD KELLY. deceased, and lathe nutter
of the Pet It low f MARY StOTT aad tke Trasteea Act,
Uy eeder ef this Honorable Cetrrt Ihe heirs er Edward
Ket.r. late of Nanalmo. Cnllsb Celambla. wk died
aboot the IJth day of ApriL IW. are to scad la their
claim to Jaw Char Je Preeer, tht Registrar ef the
Court, er ta Messrs. Davie Wilson, of Laneley street,
Victoria, Attorneys for the petitioner, within threw
months from th djte hereof, otherwise Ihe estate win
be realized and the proceeds thereof paid to the said
petitioner, who claims to be solely entitled thereto.
r Supreme Coart. BrltlsbCalaasU.
3Iori?a;fti .Imejidc! Notice f Frrr)ofe
nrp aad of .Sale.
7r accordance wth a row-,
. Tt at sale contained la a certain aaarteaee made be
tlrr ILirdev and Mahne I'anlee ta !)! I P True.
dated the lid iT ef March. lt recorded la ttber
72. pare 99; aotlca Is hereby siren that saM
Islands to foreclnse said mortjare, for eawditrwi
broaea. saw upon aata inrecuwtnre will sen a pattne
aacttonatthe salesroom of E P Aoama In IlrntorahL
noon of said day. tba premises described la said
a below specified.
IVISiT CJe W IM"! -n n BatUC
D1NIELP. TRCE. Sartzastc.
Jealse9tobesolaresitBated0w Ikeessteiir stde
ef Utiha street, having a fmntage ef about TI feet Hh
aarptat'f 311 feet with aa Lat the rear, aukln; the
mr line af said tot IS) feet aad the LxeocnpTiaes
boat . of aera If ad tola a the old reaee Plaee
caaUlns kaJn aad bale land andeffersa
Sit a ctRsnouiosi aetaeiTcax wi