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Sttca teal wtttiat Tpasiness sa arala rrtnendrd
aa stasis a.t la Itoes t jener) trade witrrly
LaactlTr,.tk.ifnBM 4 total ptwbatry betas la-dared
by the reneral elettto of leprrwratarivea. to the
LrclflUtare.. which uke jlaco la-day. AtHe Iraea
this rankalar renae kwrrrr Urn fere bee ether
v hkh, etnobtord, hare aecarrd teethe taeata
if Jannary tar wtoblr record ifram tltltmnti
made fry ipwmot exet baiBrameaoX beta tar
datlest la tndc. far a ratat a Tttn &.
clalry. sjtoa lnrre.UlieB of eat atopic prndacl
au aTTiris ow. from later Ulaad yrta.yrt three
, the hs yenatabte tad ervat af
ia ahtpidBtJrrie,ajat the fame time tt year. 'ewt
from the Coaet per taw arriral wa ot at cbeetinr: a
hoped far aad. aJthawfh the pUatatto anr are alt,
or 4rtlt.CBwractvdrihe plaatera aad iHthl
retiactor, has toertbeeTHtrtow rale, and ether
drawbar La, whtck frnBaaal Its InCarwceta trade
ttitlraJa thiteitT '
TafmlrarrtTaJrwaUlaIthe America bark Cry
I", tram ltortaa with a falicarreof
The 4fiHiw ctniai f Ur bri. tliurdwith
uUnn to th Sowth Sea. the Merpertaa Bad
aleamef AUatd wrth rarruee at domealK prodneia far
fan rrsneisre and Urt MlktUl la bUltil (or Ike Nad
la toorrew, with new data ffbe let lat. The W (i.
Irta aalla fmi here ?r f aa TrsnrtrewL
PORT Of HONOLULU.
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Jam. S-Aa brt IluanJ Tieraer far SwiU Sa 1.
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Vrvwtr. E Caraanl. i. F Cck.: Mr 3Iia.
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Abxaa,XUX Pito.T PwMter. MrC Unu Mrs
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Aiea aod Ajaiia
Frr Maat aa IU-an per Uaelik.t S-C WGrej.
W Y HMlft Jr. O Bahteuka. l E Xilee
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at Ih reaiaVBC f tbr bnde rtaet by Rn Vr.
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CaaracLL. No tarda.
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KavalSkooI M 3 1 4 nearly
FTparatTy koo4. 10
. ecktar Wet tkrc r more coavecstiee day oa
mBtoittLtntlivd icksen are rttortcd
Joas H Bawvs. Aeat &Mrdof Ueatk
Praia for av PlAntation Ma pager.
Tbe lolknriss portioca vi a tran&lataoo of a letter
by a IVrtocm Uborrr.Thidt ins been vnttea
I vt the Ln9 m(MM Las been forwarded to the
Gtxrrrc tot poblieatiotL and we cladJv pn apace
"W-Jt aa ahovic2 btnr the Portossese at Waiaisa
feel toward! their esptoyer
WaiiiXA, Jan. 2, ISSi.
KctToa Gmm CLntttnai and New Year's
day pa wd off xn a pteasant and fpirited macoer
o the Waiahia Pla&uuoa oa this laUnd. A creat
mane of the I'ortaWe etapto;ed oa said
eaHed cc ilr. IL HaUteaJ a&d wished him the
ctwDpliaieQts of the season, lie receired them
with aataafacUun and pleasure, and resixaided
Of all thepUBUUoos 00 these talaiids this oee
is perhapa tha best.
FtrOJr. riecaose neither Jlr. Uaisuad nor tes
arei have ? need but bad laucuace towaxdd a
tiewtwUj. Becaose they rn theu wstroctio&i
to their tunas in regard to thr dailr faburera.
Thirdly. Beeaae this pUnutan baa a healthy
rhmnte, abont the aame as we are nseU to at bocae.
thooti U be a littla warxser, atilt after 19 o'clock
la the CTemn it always becomes coo, and oar
ojcrtrnnea feel first rata here.
Mr. Halstead and his ace male t hear appearance
at the wwt m the morning to see whether ail are
at work, or whether any one has become nek
Finally. Ttey nerer reioso to cnnl any favor
prended it doea not interfere with the work of the
plantation. They also crant leara to all the
to rave duckeos and rtSf and have their
This ptantatna owner has eolareed hisdwetlinc
faoefe, m that now it is quite a neat titUe place.
aad tbe pUn shows rexy cool taste. It is to be
hoped thai Air. llit.d and family may enjoy it
for many protperoos years. A new chimney u to
be erected here. It u to be boiJt of roah sloes
aadwiU tare a hcufet of froni W to i f eet hen
fismbed and is rotud. The mason who is
it is a rottagqeae who was one of the best at
hi trade in bCUichaera. 11 r. iUlrteaJ is quite
ati&ed with the work which the man desicneii.
Eespectfsily Tucrs, Jon Caeuxo Vuxtxxu
Tri Prlwcwrlll Floatation Cae-The
caw of ChoUn t. Co. ts. lViaceTiUa
jn.t decided by the fall Coart, was tiivt
Alarta Ut,k0, an aemtstni was signed by both
parties, by which the ptantatMn "agreed to rent to
Chnhui & Oa. certain land at Hinalei for the
of calUTaUnc nee. Both parties agreed "to
ago, seal and execute a lease tn dmptmte to be
hereaf ur prepared spun the tern sad conditions''
ffjsjDed in the acreement, nt "The ptaatatioa to
I nam from 3 to U) acres of land to be md only
u the celtiTatMo of nee, and pot Chelan A Go. in
fuHBaeseaon of all lands ortr JW acre as soon as
tbe manager elects to do so, the 200 acres to be
taken pueeawa of immediately. for fire years
with pnnicKe of extension for fire years more, at
a yearly rest cf fJ0 an acre. So Land at Hsnalei
to be leased to any one else for rice cnltsrc with-ct
ChnlAn & Col's conentf the latter to bare dead
word for fexcra, etc. Tbe pttatauon to f crniah
aU the water necesaaxy for the csUtirataon cf said
land with nee.' al paarorace for cattle, and two
acrear mt of eery WO rent free for bones. Chslan
A Uo. not to sublet or aseacn, nor interfere with
rlantatsontibor. lent was paid Sp to April 1ft.
fcS oa 33 acres. Al that date ChaUa i
Co, had procured a Kerrey of tbe Land planted by
them, ahowinf it tob 3J3J acres, and declined
to pay rest for jDorc. The pUaUtaon thenbrocctt
proceediniEt to eject uem 1st non-payment ox rail.
Itry herecpon brooch their BUI tu Lquryacsinst
the pUntatjoE, asking for an in jsncbori agaicat
the ejectsMcx, for a decree that (2,413.7! be
to thexs as orerpaai rect, and that the
r'airtVm be ordered to execoJe the acreed lea
(forXCjTJSacrra.'i The answer set cp that the defendants
had placed the plaintiff i in poaesjon of
3Z1 acres of nee land. Tbe heannc was before
Jadse McCaSy in Jaanary. ISC who cae a decree
in laror of tha plamtiffa, boldinc that Chalan Jt
Co. were charrribie with only the land shown by
their ssrrey to be nnder eoltiratiuc, aLm that the
pUatataon was bocad to f nrnuh water for the
rpontkw appeal, tbe defendant was allowed to
prraesl farther trident aa to the nature cf the
Lyw., and the t&U Cocrt held that the ptaiatils
vmcaarxeaU with all the laad which the
had placed at tbexr disposal, less a few acres
aa too rwampy for nee. alw that the agreement
end not requre water to tn broczht upon the
land: that the written areeraenl amoented to a
leae and thai,aa cociaaded by tha defendant's
connaeL the fact that ChaUa . Co. had not
aaked that water be cwadaeted Kpoa tke land
bowed that they dl not construe the acreement
to rcqaire that to be done- The procsd uken by
thwaaainiUfs coBBsaL,thai the afreeae&S f or ail
owe 300 aeree was not binding apoa the pUmuffs
aatbeydad not acrue to take it. and that dasae
to ! man "as sooa as the xaanacer
eJeca" was rad for Tacaese: and that ctoi a
lease itwU be nude as ard. uwt were IxtUe
only for tae and cccsrpatwe, alao that they had the
croon 1 datazadae what waa aaBabte nee land.
were not sititwiv by tbe fall Cuort, bat the
llratT rain shower at noon, yestertl ay m town.
Voters, see that yoo eairy jwbn mends to
Tbe proper meat for cortrmarat candidates
wrold be Ue cold abo&Mer.
Tbera win be a f alaeN oZ tb mixn, quite risible
to tbe n&kM eje, t the 11 iart.
lnsoa and Police reform are nenletL Tba
rcndctitxaerabrrswiUaeoto ft that this ts not a
larce, net a reamy. ote tbe Independent TKkft.
llie comet is now idalnle nalltla to akv n.r
and isfalhnr into the nseil bad habiU of its
erratic brrthrrn jui staymc oct late o' nichta.
LUfcinlnc has been noticeable on erery cTcnixc
of the past week, chiefly in tbe north and northwest-
The weather of cTenir has been cool and
Tbe Hawaiian Mission Children's Society will
hofd its rccnlar roeetuu at Her. Ur. Urdea. 1
UeretanU street, on stardsyt Febrairy "nh, at
1,30 p. m.
TbeafLercVjw wssTisible on two different occasions
en the same ereainc dari&s seTeral
of tha pan week, rax after the sun had set
and after the moon had set.
llts Majeaty took a trip to Kalihi on the 3rd
inst. iaoneot hit whaleboats. The party went
thilber from Ilia Uiietti'i boathonv at about SJ?!
a, m. and rerarned at a p. m.
Quite a pleasarable entertainment took place at
Xntghtsox Pythias UaUun the erenins of the th
test, under ths ausimea of members of a local
Iastor Crnxan resumes tha teachinj; of his
rl class The hour of meetinc is
chanced to 6.1a A ceoeral inTitition is extended
and promptness u expected.
The BVrtM U responsible for the statement
that the rimmttr beat the two hoars and
forty minotea on the last trip up- th e net or
that time ahead at Maalea bar.
Who wunt to pay increased taxes? The men who
nte the Grersmcnt Ticket: There are heary
enonch bills to pay already, and these will be
largely increased if the present men stay in office.
There was a coud attendance of Tonne men at
tbe 1". iLCl prayer meetins Sunday aiternuon.
It is specially deairtd that all who can attend will
come to tbe xneeti&c next SundxT afternoon, at
ISO p. m, in the Y. U. C. A. Hall, IIoUl street.
The haste in which the fla.trrf rat to sea caus
ed three who expected to take panace in tbe Tes-
sei 10 ise souinem seas, o cnarce 01 uapt
to be left behind. They will probably reship
with their prcsentempioyer.
The Amateur Musical Society mtt last Fnd.iT
for their usual fortnightly practice, acdacod
cTecinK's work was cot thronsh. Ovins to the
absence of Ur. Bergcr, the leader, the conctrt will
be postponed for a montk.
Tbb wemi to be tctt bay iot cow.
and a auxntiiT of honor is about. Some mar con
nect the two idea together, and they do say that
coosiderabto quantities of liquor are beisc du
tnouteu oy some one.
MedaU awarded to Hawaiian exhibitors at the
iVHton Exhibition hate bten recetTed in this aty
It Mvmti IMks A Co, and J. W. lobertn A Co.
netr ila jcaues receiTed apeciai meuais.
of the Pacific" is to be another title.
beside that of Kins of Hawaii, and another coronation
scheme is being projected by the lalace
part j r Happy the man who owns no taxable
Domestic lUuie rroducts luTe been amnuc in
larce quanuues from the other island donaji the
rast week. On last bandar no less than fire
schooners beanly Laden paatwHl into port within
two hours of armal of the first, and Last.
If too don't want a dearth of water, and if too
want a proper water supply, rote the
ticket, its members are pledged to see that
ISC sBrwair w ffW'f trrra .
Mr. 3. Emmeiuth has kindly f urnuhed a
relatire to the rainfall in Manoa ralley dur
ins the month of January by which tt appears that.
durms the first three weeks of the month there
was no rain, but between the 71st and 3&tb, 2
F. 21. UaytM.'Uen cunsUtated himself the special
guardian of the ministerial mesaroom on the
ereaioj; of the 4th insL, and objected to iny talk
tnfSTorof the Independent candidates, in fact
Koisc so far as to call the police to his assistance
to keep " papa's house from beinj; defiled.
News from tae other island retain to the prospects
of elections for the Independent party is
cood. From almost erery district, intelligence
comes th.it the people mean to assert tbemseHes.
and t topple the eaniidates of our renal, corrupt
and snpatnotic ministry into the rood.
Do 3 00 ant Leprosy U invade your botnes, and
detolate them as some homes hare been here? If
you do, vote for the cuTcrament candidates who
will striTe to hush any rlatoor. The Independent
men p) in to inTetfcste end mrrstigatiun is sorely
Serious charges are made retatiTe to the cnclean
condition of the Oxha prison, there beins sutcd,
amonjrt other things, that a number of the inmates
ar badly diseased, and alL l'ortucueee,
Chmeoe, Hawaiian and others, wash in two tubs.
The medical attendant should look it this.
A jury eonsistuu: of Messrs. Nolte, Adams,
Brash, Ashford, A. Maraais and E. ff. VanLhaTe
been appointed by and requested to meet the
MirtJiM cf tbe Kingdom on the Mh inst, at 2 pun.,
in front of the Music Hall, to take the nece&ury
steps towards haTiBg Merchant street widened.
E. Preston, Esq. has mored from his old oSce
tn Fort Street to the office formerly occupied br
Cecil Brown. Eoq. on Kaahumana Mreet. Mr.
Brown will occupy an oSee tn the new Campbell
brock, and Mr. Preston's old office will be occupied
by Mr. Eckart, the jeweller.
All voters should remember that they hate the
pnydeve of talirc all the whiskey and money
they can cet and then vote as they please. This
statemcct does cot injure the Independent party
ticket, that crowd not betes in the wbiskey at
The Saturday aflcroooo oocsert, was
crren by the Band at Fimwa bquare on the 2nd
inst. The selections played on the occaRon were
from the works of ?appe, Verdi. Coute and Andrews,
well rendered by the instrumentalists.
under the leadership of
Sinor Cnsptni wbou wonderful manipulation
of the Xylophone and Verropbone has attracted
the attention of the pubhein manycf tbeUrpe
cities of the East, intends to pre an exhibition of
his abilities to-morrow eTemng at the Mane Hall.
The box plan is now open at the office of Wiseman
Messrs. Hymen Bros, will toon uxspy the larce
and craumodious premises on Qsen street formerly
occupied by the CaM ornia Furniture
Cjo. : chances are now being made In the
interior arraacements of the store and the
will be made thither by the firm about
Iisprorrmscts are being made and nearlr completed
in the premises formerly occupied by Max
Eckart the jeweler, on Fort street and by which
Messrs. Benson. Smith A Co- the well known
drngcvts will be enabled to present to their patrons
the Unrert and most comfortable dms, perfumery
and fancy articles establishment in this
Cer Father Bouchard will preach in the Iloroan
Caiholic Cathedral on Scads y eTenins at 7JD. The
subject of his discourse will be Grace. As the
Bererend Father intends to Leare on the 15th, tt
win b nrobablr the last orcortunitT the burlic
wiU LaTe to bere him for some tune; teoce we
bop that ttia eminent and popular prewecer wiu
be f arored with a cood audience.
The sailors on board tbe T -.. i were quite
busy all day Sunday, painting a&d cleaning the
Teasel. On the cattle wharf was also a can of
the ship's crew ecciced ta pain tine bot and run
corcrs. and doinc other work which could not be
retarded as a necessity: yet they were not disturbed
by tbe vigilant ft harbor
An order hatina been iasued against tbe w of
bquor at the barracks, the free and independent
vntFn anJ nihUrr were treated to a freedrenkat
the boose once occupied by the Transit of Venus
I'artT, An eye witness siazea inas ce saw ai lease
100 daad drunk bodies lrinc abuut the croends.
and in this way tbe KorcramenS party hope to secure
Tbe rart'tffifiaefiS manifested br those to
eaarse of Emma Square in learmc larje and deep
holes unrorered on concert nifihu is most reprehensible.
After some child ha fallen in one. and
broken a limb or killed itseu. tnen prooaoiy ue
matter wal be attended to and a Terdict rendered
of culpable caretesssess. raerf pf iersA.
This matter has been spoken of before: look to it
At Fort bt. Church this Wednesday t ereninc
there will a studT of the fin IsUcdf. whJi many
lessor adwreshea and eMays. These monthly
"studies' cf are becocum: intensely
mtereotjcc. as the larce audience present bear
witness. The ianUtwa to attend U general, and
the pastor and hw peopewiH accord a warm welcome
ThTtrffiMMaicBrinI with the reftaJenrr of
that atute. intelUceut and Honorable Habit
Junius Kaae was the ground upoa whic number
of the esfporten of the Gorernment
met on a Use occasion, and in the enUnsiawa
cccaakced by the presexee of sundry liquors present
exchanced the Toemc paesport, their lax
receipt, for that bane of liawanana, gm!
The Oceanic S. S. JkWi, Capt Morse, saitei
from this tort for ban Franciico at noon of tee
1st inst, taking as pasaencers sereral well kqpwn
restdents. amocrft who were txjc& Mrs J. B.
CasU. Mrs 31. K. Memtt, Mrs D. Licktner. Mrs
CrLJcdd. Mrs Captam Turner and son. EerN.
.AMHW aau laiaiiy. . isaui axu iahuij. tj
Sells, and lLS.Trecoan.
Oo Swturday, Messrs. Eunmakea. J. Eawaicui
and EaUckoa aidrrwed a Euober of the electors
at the residence of the former. Setae f cur hundred
Toters were pravent and lustily cheered their
faronu The Independent ticket meets
wuh a response ta th hearts cf the Independent
Toters. and in spite cf cliques and nays it is coins
to do Hi best to wia the day.
Thomas CuspcL a prisoner confined at Oahu
JaiL e scaped from that institBtkai between 3 and
lp.rn.oa the 3Gth jnirast. and has nut yet been
found. Patrick Flynn, another prisocer under
wrntysce for theft, escaped f rota a cane at the
ojoarry a few days prmonsly. The authorities
hare endearored tocorerup both races and there
aeexas to be no creat endearor to This
demand. tie attention of the
The earhjo&j dplayed at the office of the A
iUwrm r j.contiapeaibttingaaeTer. Lust
Saturday the ministry, a mj broken down
crowd indeed, were represented as looking
ttroutfi a teieKope at four very bnHiact cometa,
the members on tha Independent ticket. There a
little doubt but that the Independent ticket wiB
completely dazzle ami orertaow the mtsiatrr
A cartoon exhibited yesterday detucU II 1L tie
Sons oa ha thruca nptrid by four mdirilaxts.
On tha left of the throa are seen all the monarcLs
of tbe earth acerJy prufeinsg their stars and
deeorataona. eattonji side are th Tarmus
elsraeati tagyrg at rcpea fafltsed to the
crown which surmounts the royal seat, while one
indiridsal, presumably tbe lYemter, .lew and sundry
wooden rrops, are atririnto keep the kinc's
scat la a perpendicular rontion. The cartoon
may be accepted sate for tbe cppoait!?a offered
bedoc applied to the orerthroT of the throne. The
rope In their hands ( the eppowtioo) ahouUhare
bees attached samewher else.
The iVrr 'er is adoptius the trick of
its own rrwlBCtkms " at the bet in the market,'
elaiminc to t lbly paper that had official
report of tbe Ut inquiry. Tet straace to
say it omitted tbe direct examination of seren
witnesses, the mm examination of three and
presents Mr. lmidon remarks tn
form. Cant cet an increase of patronage on that
fthowinCf MeMra khutors 1
Captain Uayley yesterday made the first step
toward tbe compliance with the lav retatincto
the location of the mounted police and took a
doxen of has force forward, per steamer A
e,toWaduku.MaaL The men and horst appeared
well trained and showed that both time
and labor had been expended on their Instruction,
bot this late action on the part of the officials
looks Like an attempt tododje the wrath of the
Tbe portion of Jailor at Oahu Prison li
spoken of as balnc held at the dipoal
of the eaiel member of the South Sea embassy,
and who u expected to shortly return bere. Marshal
Parka baa the power to make tha appointment
subject to the approTal of the Minister of
the Interior, so tbe law reads, but there is considerable
doubt rrlatiTB to either of thoe perns
hartni bad much to say about the can-
Iter. Father Bouchard, the Jesuit pneM who
has becacondacting the mission serrices held at
the lloman Catholic Cathedral during tbe past
two weeks, hai ended hU tabors and cone on a
Tisittathe Volcano on Hawaii. Before hi departure
tbe English speakxnc Catholics of the
diooewe tendered the reTerend "ertleman their
tliinli fn iVtm ramilATM and also Pre-
sented him with a purse of about fSW to corer his
So a fine restaurant is to be erected oa a portion
lit taitni i4rtnmBita the Premier, near Alii
oUniUale. The lines upon which the siece of independent
members of the State Legislature of
California was earned on a few years bc seem as
if they were come to be repealed nere. nai waj
the uarce of the establishment near the State
House In Sacramento? was It the Booster's Boost?
or what was it?
The fo CiMtmifrTtat already
fof the mm nronnetarr and editorial
chances, has now been chanced itwlf and made
its appearance on toe nu iusl in a quarto iww
of twrlre paces. The old Tolume ends with aa,
and VoL ULX commencea with tbe abore alterations.
Neither name of publishers, proprietors,
printers or editors appear now in the columns of
our cottmporary, so we compliment the paper itself
on its improTed appearance.
The folkiwinc officer were installed last
Mondar niaht Feb. 4th at the K of I" Hall by
Lude tvpuiT J. I. Atherton of Alearoba Ixlce
iToT G. T. P. W. C. T, William Clark; W. C. T,
y. F Burces; It. IL S, I. Collins: IalLAItM
A. Ovrter, . . 1., Jis-. wajaer: "..
H. Hare; W. F. S, Mi Francos Lack; W. T, R
F. Birce; W. Mr Jaa.McGuire Jr.; VT.li.M..
iMJtsiex; . i. i vie,
VI r Carter circs an unqualified denial to the
stitement in the Hirsan' that he was prepared to
a?port the ministry. AVhat Mr. Carter said was
thtt if it cuuM be prored to him that the ministry
was innocent of all charcos l tea, and then only
wt old he cite it his support. 11 was acatnst their
mrosures in point of fact, but held no personal
buttilitr. He added bowerer, that with eridence
in Lis pobseesion it vould he impuuible to shov a
Ciear record. '
The a w 1U return on Friday, and wUI be put
oa the Marine ILailway on SAturJay. Thoush the
steamer has only been running since Nor. EJ, her
bottom is corered with grau and barnacles. If
there hid been no marine railway it would bare
been imrjo3ibl to continue rauninj; the steamer,
and the project was one which the Premier was
pleased to dende, or at least object. This, like
many another project for the adTancement of the
couinicrcul interests of Hawaii, which he has eet
his hand against, has prored a thorongu boon to
The saintly quartette Baker. LUikiini, Kean
and Kaulukou. called a meeting at the new Ministerial
messroum en the ermine of the 1th
was attended by about IM people, not orer
one-third of whom were roters. 1 he proeeedinK
were opened by rrayer by John Akina sexton of
one of the churches of the city (which fact alone
tends tu proTe more ominous towards tie death of
toe parry man 10 we otxaioiuK ut w ue
which, political pabulum was dispensed by the
well Known emer ii'i'F""" uu lunuumu. imi
little cnthBiasm preTailed.
A rery larce and pleasant Catherine of people
took place at the residence of Mr. Thomas Campbell,
lU'jao ralley, on the eremna of the 31st ult.,
the occasion beiuc the marriage of his eldest
daughter Miss Ao'iie uamroeu 10 one 01 nouv
loin's master mechanics, sir. Joseph Howie. The
happy pair were joined in the holy bonds by Iter.
Dr. Damon, the bride being seeonded by Miss Lix
tie Campbell and Mias LUlie Baldwin as bridesmaids,
Messrs J. E. Wiseman and Thomas
performing croomsman serrice for the
mn TtiA hndil mir were the reciments of
numerous clepant and cmUt presents and it u
hoped that their future will be as happy as was
uesireu oy ine expresacu w iues vi tun s;uic
Tbe scar. L V'adt left HUo for Papaika,
on Monday morning Jan. !, to take in sugar from
Hitchcock s plantation.
A gilded fire cent piece was palmed off on a na-tire,
at Hdo, on Sunday Jan. ft, by a stranger, for
a gold piece. Th piece resembles
fmnit tha IT. S. fire dollar piece on one side, but
the rererae side has tbe onmistakeuble V, instead
of the eagle.
Chinese New Year commenced at II1I0 on Friday
Jan. 23, by a great firing off of crackers and Chinese
thvMiin?. hondiT was rerr aotet. not a fire
cracker to be heard, the day being spent by the
Celeetials in making and receiving calls. Monday
morning s ligot was nsnerea in ny me
The Buckle Inqwiry.
The death of WiUlamBocUe,Gorernor of Olia
JaiL, 00 the 27th instt has greatly disturbed
nle tn general during the put week on account of
the somewhat incompatible testimony presented
before the jury eunrened by Coroner Dayton to
make an inquiry into we cate. tunc is uu
tho credent daring the examination.
in condemning the manner in which the witnesses
were pronded, as it were, with answers to ques
tions, promuigaieu oy toe ixHuurr. ii duiu
wa nMwt danrura craat oortionof tbe time but
a capable law officer lrom the Attorney -General's
department, tu conspioou oy ui iwwv. 4.c
inquiry, considering the official bo ogling which
preceded tt should tare been watched orer by a
competent legal officer on the part of the Crown
who could make a report as to the manner in
which the inquiry had been conducted. Below U
giren a Essimary of the testimony taken :
Summary f th Testimony
rc itcnntK saidtnat. he was called br a tele
phone message to the lnon. at between 5 and G
-! 1. k.mtT. nV tVa Tth U'nt . thr
V lin m UU MJG 1IH. it w. ...v mm mm -- .h..
and then found that Mr Buckle had been injured
and that tbe body was being conreyed to his home
on IJhui street. The doctor went thither ; f otnid
the injured man daad, and on a cursory examination
found some bruises on the head; he probed
them but could not find that the skull was fractured.
At the puet mortem examination ( bald at
4 o'clock on the afternoon of the 77th) he examined
the head of deceased, in company with Dr
McKibbin. TLuctl that the injones could hate
been made with a blunt instrument. Did not examine
the body or hands.
Ds MlEtuczx. ExammeJ the body of deceased
at 4 p.m, on the rTtb, in company with l)t Brodie.
Thought from the bruise on the cheek and the
nature of the wounds oa the head that they were
more apt to be caused by a fall on the coral rocks,
where deceased was fuved, than by a blant instrument.
The brain would hare appeared the
same whether death was caused by a fall or by a
blow of a blunt instrument. In apoplexy, death
woold not hare resulted so quickly.
Mas Kcxai GtoTaa. Was one of those present
at the rff at Henry Kail's house on tbe nichl
of the isth and earlr morning of the rTlh. The
deaaeed and Lis children were there. Did not
see deceased when He kit. bne Kit mere anoui
11 o'clock m cumpany with daughters of deceased
and went with them to th Jail. Inside met
and Malaihi the head turnkey, she drank
some our mash whtokey with Malaihi but
dad cot drink, bhe left the prison at about
I U3) o'clock in company with Malaihi to return
to th feast- Deceased was sober when she left
his company at tuat nour.
Mt mm. This witness is the head turnkey of
the Jail: he stated, that be left the Jad In company
with Mrs. Glorer, accompanied her to the
LZT n1 rrtatTusI to the OtlSon. When h
armed bock he went up stairs to tbe dining-room,
deceased pas there with tn daughters, btaid a
few tcocxLts and then west cown to me cau.
Mto down ahonlr and both wintiuto
th office of tbe Jail to transact some unimportant
bfe&oess. W itness and deceased afterwards weut
cp stair? to tee asa nau a ciass 01
wine together. It was a little part midnight Trben
witiuKfl retired, ha harinn left deceased in the
dining-room, and that was the Last time that he
saw turn all re. tia was awoaa iiwu Merp vj Meaning
the notse of breaking glaasvthoncht first one of
thM notuM in rt mnm had fiHemn examination
found that it was from th window. Called a
guard, Paahana, told him of the circumstance and
that it was some drunkec person outside
who had broken the window by throwing some
thing in, the guard went out to see. itnese 101-lowed
soon after and tact the guard returning and
who told him teat "Buckle was dead.' Both
witness and the guard then returned to th pUc
where deceased was lying. Deceased was lying oa
has left side, with ha head on tha curbstones, and
bid hands extended. A ''curious feeling CA31
orer witness, be re turned to the prison and gar an
alarm. Witness went out agam in company with
picked up the body, brought it into tbe pmoo,
and afterward sent it to the family residence.
He was of opinion that deceased had fallen from
the roof. Charles Clarke had awoke the witness
about 3J0 a.m. but ha want to sleep afterwards
and was awok" the crash of th glass.
A guard, on duty in the hallway from
3 to a oa the rnoruisg of the orxurrencje. He
did not know whether Mr. Buckle was tn or out
when hawent on watch. Afterwards heard from
the guard at tn gate that deceased was out. ill
this witness testimony is to be beiiercd as inter,
preted, tha jail regulations are a farce, h stating,
that he rabsTed the guard at 2. when the xt&Ux
herls3o'cfeck,) did it of his own accord, no authority,
rules axe there, printed, but the guard do
tu they please. Caa go around outside wnea they
are os watch if they desire to, etc-, etc. ; The deceased
came in the prison after I o'clock and spoke
towitnesa. Callrd Cbaries Clark at 1U Wten
ilcrswd camo in b Lad on a coot, pants and
amokma'Cap. Wttaess jadgeddecaadhadbee3
dnckig rum. Deceased came in a little after I
1 ra, It was dark; he west up stairs alone. After
the crash the first person seen by witness was
he M.r cam from Lis own room, b was
only partly drasaed. MalaiPJ said to hire that a
factor was broken; Wtaloa was aim present. Saw
the glass broken in Mxbuhia room; went to see
who had broken th window. Witness was th
first at th body of deceased; same back and told
yi and ififTi If ftTt fill west out with tls
Ttdak the bell was struck USo'cck, afUrwards
heard th crash.
Wjrru, aacaher prison guxru, 00 duly from
U to 3 a. m. Was sutioned to the haCt, Pahaaaa
rrlieredaua. Wriaeaa saw tie deceased at I
h went out f tbe pnaoa. akwae. Deceased aaad
he was gotsg "kocohuag7". Did nut seat deceased
rttszs. Wu lata bed wten U beard cfdrathU
Am! WmiI mt with other to the bnlr. In
answer to questions by lawyer Dandson, witneaa
stateu: ucceaseu nau women cobi bbu jw w
and slippers when be went out. Deceased came
from up stairs and was under th infioenc of
but not ataggenng. The prison regulations
are atncL Wttneaa was not rebered from duty
until 3 o'clock; be aw the dock.
Wiuxoa, tne lamp boy of tbe jtils sawdeeeav
when he eame in, it was past t o'clock, came in
alone. DeceAsed spate to Paahans, a guard, and
then went up stairs. UeardanoiseafterSocloek;
snonded like class breaklnc; Malaihi told
and lahaana that his window was broken. Found
glass 00 the floor of Malaihia room. lahaaaa
went 00UU to see who broke tbe window.
f By Mr. Darfdson.1 Malaihi wa not ilreased,
had no tnts nor drawers on. Saw deceased go up
stairs, ha was not staggering but appeared to hare
been drinking. Witness called Charles Clark
when he beard the alarm and that Mr. Beetle was
Ksakx. A guard on duty at the gate from 3 to S
aon. sawdeceased. when he eame in on tbe morn
ing of the 77th. It was past 4 o'clock. Deceased
said he had been enjoying Chine New Tear and
had just returned. That was tbe la, lima wttneea
saw bun alire. I haerd a noise after 5 o'clock. The
inner guard Paahanewaa the first who asked me
if I beard it. He tr.a went in and came out with a
lantern and went outside the jail. He fame back
and said deceased was lying outride. 1 did not
loare the gate. Malaihi gare tbe alarm by ringing
(By Mr. DaTidJon. Deceased did not stagger
when he came ra. He had on a coat and pants.
Polkx Carrara J. A. Msrxtxxs who seemed to
hare etamined the body more carefully than the
two uodical experts, stated that be washed and
dressed tne deceased at the bouse. Saw two cuts
on the left side of tbo head, a jagged scratch on
tbe left cheek, the left car badly torn, the flesh on
the second and third fingers of tbe right hand were
cut Into the bone and the second finger was broken.
Th little finger on the left hand was al broken.
Chaxi.es deceased and
who was sleeping in the jad on the morning of the
V rail hr l'aahaea at 3.15 a.nt.
tea the TTth; dressed and let out two steward, a
lamp boy. and a prisoner named Andreas. Took
i 1 tl.. Waa told br the ruard that Malllhl
had left orders to let his men out. Went and
d Mabuhl and then let the men out. Then went
to bed and slept until the alarm was ginn on the
finding of the body of deceased. I went to the
body, look deceased's watch from his pocket, there
was blood on the watch. Witness acknowledged
being rery much excited. Malaihi brought a bier
oa which the body was placed and taken into the
priMii, and afterwards took the body to the family
residence. Met Dr. Brodie between the bridge
and the prison and told him to go to the house.
Witness wife had telephoned for the doctor.
(To Mr. Dand.-on. Hare heard a dupute
Malaihi and deceased. Can't say whether
they were on good terms ur bad terms. Hare
known PaahAoa to answer deceased impudently.
UMirdno noue kefore the alarm. There were
A ncaber of coral stones u here the body lay.
5uite doctor probed tbe wounds and said that tbe
skull was not fractured.
Mtax Kiunctm, A prisoner, under a life
sentence for murder. Heard a at broad daylight.
Was In my cell at the time. Heard that
Jlr. Bockle was dead. After rpy cell door was
opened went into Malaihi's room and found two
panes of glass la the window broken and one
cracked and thS glass all orer tbe floor. The sash
of the window was broken. All tbe pieces were
intide. There was blood on the lower corner of
the silL Witneas washed it off.
,To Mr. DtTidam. My cell door is locked erery
Malaihi opened the cell doors that morn-im?.
Told a Portucnes woman a foreigner) that
Mr. Buckle was dead. Praters in the hall told
witness. The turnkey told her. Witness did not
see the body broognt tn; only ixaru 01 it.
Mxsii Hose a female prisoner, confined for
theft. Was awake at th hour of the occurrence,
hs& a tiiiir In arms which keut her awake. Heard
the noie of the breaking of the window and then
the falling of the body. Before hearing the noise
of tbe window beard noies on the roof. Heard
some one moring about after the fall of tha body.
It was about 4.30 Saw Malaihi about ten
minutes after, be bad on black pants and bad on a
shirt I Saw him after tbe bell rang.
(Ut Mr. Dsridson.1 ileard tne roiees 01 persona
on the roof. Think it was ZJX Kccognued deceased's
roiee. Heard a truggle on the roof before
I beard the glass breaking or the fall. Am
sure that the straggle or noise was not in Malaihi's
room. Saw Mary cleaning away the blood and
dirt from Malaihi's room and window. Malaihi
sent a man to see what was the matter before be
opened the door. Saw the ( Walobt)
near the nlaee ho keeps hi tamM. Did not
see Malawi go out of bis room. Mary was the only
one I saw go in ?aw I'aanana uowa aiairs.
in, imnnthr fnilll nfHODfr.! Was In th
jail that morning. Heard footsteps oTerbead be-
tore tne cnua. viicrwarui uwiru iwuici tv
tnrninc to the dmiar room. Malihi told me after
wards that hi window was broken. Heard him
speak or call oat, a few moments after the crash.
roof before the faU. Heard no struggling. First
heard steps going out on the roof, then tbe craib,
then the footsteps coming back.
Ala. DctBT.ofwrator in th telephone office tea-tines
to rcceiTing a message from the jail at 533
o'clock on the morning uf tbe 77th. Keceired
only on call from there.
Hooxxiaa, an engine dnrer, said that he was
coming from bis houe mLm of tha prin at 5 a,
m.; saw Andrea a prisoner with a lantern standing
abcut w here the deceased was lying. Andreas
walked toward tbe upper end of the pruon, witness
kept on towards King street Saw Malaihi come
oat: beard Malaihi ak Andreas is be dead,
surer Al Was only a short distance
from them at the time ; heard oonreraition distinctly;
saw something, lying on the foutpath.
Asdkiw Csiucats, & prisoner Mrring sentence
for marder, stated, (lark let me oct in the morning
about IJ0 o'clock, went to the stable, and did
work there. Malaihi eame for a board and told
me "Buckie was dead." I bad a lantern and
looked around for a board. Got one and then
went with it to where deceased was lying.
(By Mr Davidson I passed the place when I
first earn out at 4.30. Deceased was not there
then. There was a lot of blood, and, after the body
was temored, witness and another prisoner washed
it away by order of Malaihi.
Kavna&r, was at the iam and came homeward
with deceased on hi last return tothe jad. l'arted
with deceased nome distanoe this side of the man-ka
entrance. Deceased was not then drunk.
Ulxbi Ktiti, at whose house the 'mm was held,
stated that the deceased came there at two different
times : only saw him take one drink; deceased
left with Kaunane after 4 o'clock ; deceased bad
liquor in him but was not drunk.
Miiaibi was recalled and testified tint there
was no ill-feeling between deceased and hiiaself.
COC3SEL nXTTTJgOS'S CXW1RSS.
Mr. Daridjon at the doso ot tha taking of the
testimony, addressed the jury as follows : -Gentlemen
if the jury : This has been an unusually
protracted trial. No one was suspected to an extent
that would require their being brouett before
yon to testify as to their guilt, but the law requires
and makes it tbe duty of the Coroner that when a
sud Jen death occurs there should be an inquiry to
ascertain if any foul means bate been adopted.
Mr. Back! was well known, and in perfect health
on Saturday. He was well enough to go to a
friend's entertainment, and wtnt again because
be could not rest at home lrom tne noise 01 me
Chinese New Yeir. lie was highly esteemed, and
it is not known that he had any enemies. The
f et nt Endinc the bodr beinc reported to tbe
Coroner, he has suctmotid you six gentlemen to
inquire into tne case. Jincn time wouiu uaTe
been sated by not moring tbe bodr or its surroundings
until a jory had inspected them. As
nobody u accused cf ssiLg violence, it doe not
become ma to comment upon the testimony. I
came on behalf of the family to assist tbe Coroner
in hiring a fall and thorough inrebtigation.
It now behoores you to rttarn ft rerdict, upon the
facts before you. according to your best reason and
At 7 pan. on the 29th, ths jury retired to make
their rerdict, having patiently heard tbe testimony
taken through tbe two protracted sittings, the
first sitting commencing at 3 pun. on the TMh and
fitting at 3 on tbe Kh and tbe second
eummenctog at 1.30 run. and ending at &3)
on the 2Kb. After three hours of deliberation,
(orer an hour of whieii was spent in
to obtain nattre words that would oonrey
their idea of "unknown cause", the following
rerdict, subscribed to br all, was returned. Tia,
"That tbe said William Buckle trot to his death
from lo jaries receded by a fall from the top of
the wall of the jail, said fall occurring by some
catue unknown to tbe jury."
ThrvnlitttLcArcrdrvd has added to. instead
of dimmbihTug the f eelmg existing amongst a great
many persons that there had been foul play and a
Gixxrxx representative was specially detailed to
work up tbe ranoos rumors afloat. After forty-eight
hours hard work during which fourteen people,
wto&e names da not appear in tbe tut of witnesses,
were questioned, indodmg fire prisoners in
thejiiL apersocal examination of Malaihi for
signs of leprosy, and a personal trial of tbe possibility
of the window being reached from tbe
parapet, the following opinion is reported, that,
the deceased arrtred at tha jail at 4.U that he was
under tha influetue of liquor, that he first
went to his room and then to the roof,
(probably) walked on the roof, instead of the
idatfarm which leads direct to a t arret, and fell
throogh one of the openings. Dead men tell no
tales" in earlier inquiry would hare probably
residted more satisfactorily to tbe family
and friends of the deceased and the general public.
Ancient Roads oa MaaC
Fr.rms fiiirTTE I da n'A intend to enter Into
a newspaper controversy, but a tute&uul made
by "Via in the .Ucr,'. of th 2Sth uIL, rix:
that the plantations wist of Maliko Gulch, hare
fenced a II tbe aaciant roads,"' should not go unchallenged.
"Via" there speaks of mt closed few
ye r 19. As that was before my time, I can only
say that had it been iopirtant that the public
ahocU bare a road at that place, surely something
hare bora done about it ere this.
As to the others, fir years ago, this part of the
district to all open and any person desiring to
b or swim wended tu way acording to his own
sweet will to any part of the beach that suited him.
Jurors gotcg to Tji-("-. started straight acroas
the commons and in so doing year after year made
quita aa "a&eieot road." A man wishing to put
up a qui or ouia a kkuklukw, tuuru uw wo
sea beaeh until be found sand that suited his purpose,
sent hi carts for tt and if it were rainy
weather they mad one of those "ancient roads.'
Cattle herded all around her and in going to and
from water made more ''ancient roads, and to oa
until aa "Via" says they were 'numerous.'
But about gorernment reads, yes, there were
those too and they are fenced out, recognized and
ranked by the goremnent to th extent of more
than 3 utiles in this distnet, only one that I am
aTareof hanngbeea cloned, rix: the Makawto
and Kahalsi road, and that by Spreckeis'
temporarily wun git, whieh hare erne
As X hare said there were trails, or aanacaIU
them ancient roads" running in all directions,
oca the Tr" trail, running clear across the
commons, another to the sea Tia. "McCoptin's
bouse, aaotber uit "Waibe pastar."
and soon; yet & would think of askthg Mr.
S,rtckU to tptnd tbocmaU of dollars to fence
out those oU trails, or the government to mark
them. There was au rod bowerer. anaeni nor
modem to th railway terminus, amply beeaua
ihr wa ha bet af tar it waa built th
people of Makawao 'found it more conrrnicnt to
get their goods and ship freight there than to cu
to Kabul at, and to accnauaodate them Mr. Baldwin
allowed them to go thruugu his Land sntil
tbryexmU arrange to a fforcrsmcat road, pat-ting
up gates, beitiiog Undgts and keeping the
The goTer&mcat would not, cor dstl not work
the road, and when a coup years ago tbe road
sapemaor. seemg th bad cortditaon of road,
told his loxa to wjrk it. the lsna told Wa that tha
atKrruor in chief who lired in tbe district, sakl
it was not a goTernmeui nui and crt to wpk it,
and so 1: was sot w
Xow tt is important toai tat- peopM 4
itwnU kin khm tn Pua aa a imlilas roatl that
wHI be kept ? by the gorernment, and they can
tare it tr opening a&osx w caa a nu uct au
rd froi PaiA and latenaeti -4 l Makawao and
gt. t thr vaait aetkx j hwoae. wtoch will ar
swer aa Mrpuas. Bet e tmilutaadmz that
inerB are aireajy mom t&aa j vi nwn ta
bag thera spent, and work ordered stopivd. "Via
piuuuais opening aliout IT miles more uf Mad,
and on of them 9 miles long, to start at rimtk
and to terminar at a $kf.
Trusting this account about :anctent road
may be satisfactory, I remain yours truly. Eoo.
Makawao, Feb. 1st, 11.
From BnJMtivrt'i i clipped the following
00 the subject of whicn is well
worthy the peranl of thoe who f iror th doubl
"Theodore Monimsen, the celebrated
history at th I'nirenily of Berlin, and
an opponent of the bimetalluts, has lately published
in a German journal tfe .VafrM) aa eaway
ahowing how the experience of ancient Bom may
be applied ia the question at issue. Drawing his
OJustrations frora an edict published at the time of
the Emperor Julian fixing th pay of lawyers in
measure of wheat or their equivalent, h
this shows how, in its dotage and declins.
Home was forced to adopt the same measures of
rain whieh had been in In those early days
when eoin had not become available. In th biMt
days of Ihunan rule, when gold waa th measure
ot Talua, the coins of Borne had conqiered ths ancient
world quite as much as its sword. They
were strictly equal in nlae to the amount stamp-
ru cm mem, ana irora ine ut ic wiKrra
confines of the empire thT wer accepted as th
standard measure ot ralae. Bat th unfortunate
polier of the empire in fixing br law the relative
values ot gold and silver without confining the ue
of surer to the payment of small sums led to a
alow and gradual but certain debasement of the
coinage. Julius and Augutus Qcwr had not the
same difficulties to contend with as the Germans
of to-day. .No other state then existing could dispute
the DniTevrsal supremacy of Borne in
maicB as weu as arms, aou ice coinage 01 goia
had been so nlentiful that for a time sdrer was
only used in small amounts. Owing, however, to
ut mistaken poucy reierrrd to, surer gradually
dror cold out of circulation, and the silver coin
was debased by alloys; and at last became but ht-
mor inan piatea copper, ice commercial worm
became in consequence slave of dtshutit moneychangers,
and as we see from the documents whieh
haTe come down to us from the times of Julian,
coin flaallT ceased to be recocnlxed as a meaaar
of rain and waa replaced by the cumbrous wheat.
rroirsfur Aiommsen argues mat mis was tne consequence
of a policy of bimetallism under th
moat f . rumble circumstances In Borne, the sarae
policy would lead to still more disastrous result
in the complicated arrangements of modern commercial
and international relations.
Sueaaarln Eruption off Hawaii
A submarine eruption occurred on tbe M of
January, off tbe east Cape of Hawaii, which was
witnessed by Charles N, Spencer and others. It
consulted of a terrific eir4owa. by which a column
ot water was thrown six hundred feet into the
air, ocoompanied with roost terrific detonation, as
if a buttery of cannoa had been discharged. These
noises were so loud as to b distinctly heard forty
miles away, and continued for sereral hours, and
it is probable that the water was disturbed during
ths whole day. But as denao smoke and steam,
which eame from tbe submarine eruption, filled
the air and prevented any further observations,
nothing was afterwards seen of it during the day,
Th occurrence waa followed by a storm of wind
and rain, which lasted only a few hours. The next
day was dear and pleasant.
A Warning to th Young
Erroa an artid appeared
in the local papers In regard to two young
men, Mr. Chessman and Dr. Craig. Chessman, as
tbe article slated. I hjchly connected in Chicago,
being the only son of wealthy poreuls, be had been
iadolced and bis slightest wuh humored till leaving
bom he turned out as the people of Honolulu
know. Chsssman went from here to San Francisco,
thence to Chicago where he arrived Dec. Ztth,
to the once happy home he had left only one year
previously. Bat, alas t what a change. The home
waa no more, the kind, indulgent father baring
died on Not. W, only one month prior to his son's
return. Not knowing where their sun was at the
Urns, his friends telegraphed all orer the Slates
for him, bat the poor mother and little sister had
to bear their sorrow alone. Mr. Chessman ithe
father! was a thorough Christian, a prominent
member ot the 1st Presbyterian Church, Supt, of
the Sanday school and a leader in all good works.
Yoang Chessman has had a hard lesmm taught
blm, may it prorea lesson to other young men
who wUlfally Uare their homes in a similar manner.
Dyapepeia, biliouuics, nerrousucfla and
all cured with Hop Bitter. So ad.
AT Till: MIUTTIMtOF
the EAST MAUI STUCK CU , held St Itoaoteta.
ttbraary 4th, r4,tk followtaa: oaVers were ehttea
forth enBlne year:
W r A Brewer rrtatdeat
1't'Jonee, Jr eereUry & Treaaairr
Jut arter. O II Robrrtnm
9W Si I' (' JOE' Ja. Secretary.
'piik ANXU.vr or
X the STEAM
AVIU.VT1U 1 U trill be Beld oa tae h proximo, at
thairot&eaoii the Caplanaje J EN A, Ja
jjj k fec J o. r. i.
J. a Mi op Id Watlata. laelndlBg a
KoweU wMklne(Bew. benches. LatU, etc. gooil
niuvBi rrkt ton. ing gw.i m.iuiu it .- tuijvitv
of Max. Etkart. Uonolnlii. or
TQlt 11. 1 IUt.Mk
Wiii;iitits.oTiii;auti itv ur Jin.,
lL errtalo nerana or ter4iaa barrlarloaalr
broka aait eatered Ihe ttoreof SIXU CllOSli X Ilk,
en Hotel atreet, Ilnaolala. an lol therefrom 1 pieee
or Cblner Silk. 1 Moeqalto tt with direr ankles vf
Chtcee Cotton Cloth. Uotae, etc It is hcrthy
that a reward of it will be paid to aiy pertoo or
peraon who ahall glte aqcb taformalioa t the police
as will Irad to the ipprrhraiiun and tnorlcUoa of ihe
thief or thieva. Ur Orfer.
X.1 Liictt. "cey s Riaete lciwq.
HnaolBla, Fb. Cd. I'ftt WG It
SI 00 REWARD !
irm:ttiitN,f:v Tiii:ui(ii itirur ii:r..
V ISKt eertalB iwrtnn or ! hMrslaitaaale
broke sad entzred tnlo the rtorc of L Alli.U,o Nassau
Hreet, llffaolaln. anil Mole therefrom J piece of
Bias Cloth. Sfaarylkdtl'iiltaattd direr other ankles.
It la hrrebr aotlSed that a reward of Sl'H will h Data
t aay perron or penoo who h!l & avch
to the poller aa will Irad to the apprekraatoa 4
conrletloo of the (hlef or
Fy Order LI i IICIS U. See y iliar nn
lUooialn. r,b i-M-el S tt
8200 REWARD !
Wni.nciH. Deraon or peraona barcUrfnaalr
tmke and entered Into fhr tt'lNU WO CHAN
A CU. owned by C1IOSU MuU KUNU Nana a atrret,
UoBolala. aad atole therefrom "M a dotted &HL
1 piece Wklte Mlk. Etc It la hereby noUSed
last a reward af WW will be paid 10 any paraoa or
who ihall sire tack laformatioQ to the police as
will kail lo the apprraenton sadccartctlfHi of the
thief or thlerea
PyOrder. LI 111 El' KO " 'y ( biBee Lnlon.
Itoaorala. Feb.-M. fl Stt 41
S100 REWARD !
! riinniii ii.w r sm.,
Wiicuhas perron or dctwb. barjUrion.ly
broke Bad eatered lata :be it ore of WIN4tOWu.
owned br Tl V OL'UX. na 3IanaaLa .treat. Ilawalala.
sad rt'le therefrom 10 booJkof FUbiB NrW It
la hereby Botlfird that a reward of SIV wilt be paid t
say peraa er perwBt who ahall cia each lafwrmattoa
to the police aa will lead to the and con
rtrtfo of the thief or thiere
liy Order. LI CIIECSlr Secy ibiac I aJan
Iloaelala. Feb al. fflML 9 ft
BV VIirrCKllFAN HXECLTION
hued by R. F niekcrton. Eaq . Police Jnatirr uf
Hoiolsla,oBthe1tUaayof Jaaaary. A V 1ML. la
IItbub CrM'eUlallC aud Aee (cbiefadaal.
for theaamof $4JCaodcoeI SI, I bare levied Open
ana .bbii ni
tt EDSESDA f lith aar of Marca. A. II. ISftt. at
the aacttoa rwH a 01 Lyn & Lercy v ciock a. m.
aaadry artklea, each st Cail'o. Lamp 1 blmaey.
Lsntpa. riicaere. l tuz saiwerr,
frhirU. Ac. and anti4 othrrartlc.r looaamer
on to mratfon. bat will be f ally made kmwa at the
time ot rale raid jadarmeat aadexpenaea are
yrerlonaly paid V C PARKE, Xarahal.
Haoefel. Fch Slfc HM WH
' If yoa sre taaVtiaj (rem two health
or laszslahtas en a bed nf rkhaets
tike cheer, for
Hop Illttcra irlll cure you.
"If ye sre timely atltoz. If to feci
weak saw cHsylrilra. wtflwat ejeerly
Hop Hitler srlll llcvlfc joii.
Traff with roar aaalmil
'dtJa, or a ther. wont vat with can
Hop Itilterw irlll lErwiDrcyou.
"If yaw ate a aaaa of baalaeaa. r
kad by ta atxara of
roar datata. or a ansa of
tefltas: ever year aMslftl wart,
Hop llltterw will yoit
If y aic saaerlaz from
or drlahtoz. aay ladistretlow
an yta yews and rrowf ae too
'fan. as is crtee the cat.
Hop Hitler tv'11 Kellcreyou.
"If yaw at to the itahv. 0 tha
-fans, at tae desk, asjwbere, aad reel
that ytmr ayttem need cleaaataE. to--facer
Hop Hitter Irflii4t you need.
-ff yew are W aad ywu bkawH thla
'aftdlmpwre, ele feeble, yowr acrrt
aartaady, ami ywar faeatttof waaiaqc.
Hp Hitler srlll sire yon new t.lfii
-HOT BIT7BM is so wiejraat.
thy.sad ref rcshiar mtrwrtax tor
ras ikesi harmtora. sad awreiawteaj ta
'aaewth and crxatc Aw rtamtch"
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich tho
Aad y will have am aiekawa $f swaTanag t Awctocr
aaiM m pr.y
t aa etczaat. Plcsaaat aad JUSrubtoj rbvaamae $t
eVfaks aad latswre water, rcamertos there
harmlefff. tweeSenfax the month aad elesaaiwa the
ear Fars by
7 fSdF HOLXIffTEK a Li . Soeatala
Hotice oflHaulaUon of
THK CiIlirTXBIUHII IfKUK.
tofort extoctoc amsr Ik arm name aS Teaefc A
alda m taSday by mat! raaurwc AM
perrwia Indebted to thve abwee in wilt pay theft e
emtnto to J If Traak. aad all emiana ait the above
nad Ira will V ! 4 l htm
J. II TKlE
If c riiELbo'S
W.LJkl Jiaasrj M sri "a
Teas, Teas, Teas.
APtriaia AtbotirHt"ST or 4AV
aad Chiaa Ta Japwt ( a- .
1 par .-" fifaa.
wwFt 5e f
Kt DO UXS t CL
, ! iw.uif ij w pii m rn:r?Fi " w - i
PACIFIC RUBBER FAINT
Mixed Beady for Use. Any
One Can Apply It.
Use tlie laciflc
DURABLE. GLOSSY AND ECONOMICAL
WHIaTIKR, FULLER & I'o.
San Francisco, Cat.
FVr Sale by the laipnrllax Iloeses of nalala fat
up ta Vi n tia, rail caat aa 1 A t lb tia
ItwtUaotCltALK.rSSLorLRArTL 111 47a do
of tho Bestaad Purost Materials,
1'ionecr Whlfe Leai!. Oxide of Zinc,
Pure Linseed OU, Ceutiise Colors
renbiaed with a 9TR0Nn K)LCTtON of
Tho Best India Rubber.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD !
re;ant'ta!f LewlUb A wTRICTtT PURE
ARTICLE. rrKKt'AKHOATKUrLKAtXttrw In
ri'BK RETIMED LINsSKUUlL, aaa It l aeM
to Chtadeal Aaalya it and the Blow pipe Teat
PIONEER WHITE LEAD Mnractareu
is :toR7TaacIe, arrives here Freak. a0 caa be
proaiptly aad la enaatltir a wsntea
It rrrahaesa ts Ecoaomical. la that ta Utl La wkleh
tt la growaa i anakrd late th wood of the
and coaaeqteatly the formatloa uf !" la
Tho riOSKKR WHITE LEAD I rTEK TTIirTE.
IS riNKR tmOCTfD thM aaTotharlnihiaWMhet.
TlEi),aa4lawltboat an mm!
ltlapataptaXlib,3U1b,luilbBdW lb keg- ia
1S lb and a lb tia pad, and la small Has from l to
AFaUStpply Is CoaUnil Erpt In 9tck by the
nhleal lloae la Iloaelala. to wasi waeeralally
recoatuf ad Imteadiag bayrTS. 31 auof snared only y
WHITTIER. FULLER & Co.,
CArrodrrsof VThhoLeadaad vaBBfartarrrs or Silted
ralata. Colon, Yaralb. U hllo Zlae, aa t at port-
ersof rreach and rftaa Wladew Ulaa,
SSI !aa rraaleo. Caltfiwla. Ir
Notice to Creditors.
rimi: r.wnEiiui:ii ii.ivixii ui.tx
JL dnly appointed Aosrslatrator anr Adatlalatratrix
ortheKttaleof J. MmubII, late of lloeolata, latsad
of Uahn, deceae4; atrtlee It hereby rvtea to alt per
aoa to preaeat their cUlraa ajalatt tar Erlalc of aaia
J. Xoaaaall dnly aathratkatetl. whuher ecBM by
ortra or t HavtdMBaaka and
attheoSkeof Cecil Drown. a EatkasMan
atreet,wlthln fliMontha from the datr hereof or they
will be fortver barred; aad all parauna latlehud to lata
Ute ara herebr reeaetred t aaakr iataaedattopaT
eat thrrror. oicarI 1HVIU VAX KA.
tlfn4v MU1IULK ilOACHLI.
AdiBiaUtratoraad Aamlnlatrauia uf tha Katate of
Tho cfTors to
Sell or Lease
riWii llili. flU,V,V!V
II..; IllSiU a (.llilwiUI
u. HctHti.'vtiii.n n:unv
r IVrpaiticaUrr apply to
r s LTMAS.
Hllo. Hawaii. Xnr atk. 1HU. W it
Notice to Creditors.
riiiii:i'Mritiii.Euittsiu itrcx it-
Ja. Ivsppefated rieraters. aadr lb tat will an
t r rumen l of Jane WcMxl.. decaae4, of rwahae.
North Kobala, latandof Hawaii, notice 1 hereby cva
toallpenoaalaprraeatthalr claims asalaat tae Ea-U!e
of aald Jame Wawda Jwly . eakwiHte, whether
arfarrd by Merltare or Mhrtwfpe.t Thee It Darles.
(Kerrey browa.lW.lt. Walker aad Jew .I-mi,
altaa John Maxalre. at the oflk of The, n Dart A
l' on Kaahaataaa Mreet wlthla all Mih frwa Ike
data hereof or tbey will b forever barred, aad all
indebted to eatd ettate are hereby rrnted to
make Immediate paTMent thereof.
uaieo iinaoiain. rfaaaarT m, il
(tlcaedl THUH. K.WALKEK,
iMgura) JUH MM MOM,
(alias Joha .Matalrr )
ExecBlora ander tar laal will and taoUtimt of
Jinn Wood deeeaaed. M
3tortagrc .Notice oT Forrclonre X of 'alf
IX ACCOUDANCK AHTII A VOW.
L er of aah roalaleed la a certain mnrtcage mad by
Krklnl to E B.iddwJr BMieaed Ut'Mtl A Cooke.
dated ike ath day of Juuij, 1. recorded la liber
M. parsSS. Notice Ifl heraby Clrea thai raid
talced toforecloto aald Bortasw, for coadlUo
broken, aadapoaaald forectoaare will tell st pabllc
aactloa at the aalearooai of E 1 A Sun In Iloaolalao
3IUUlV.tbelltfadayof('ebrnary, MM, at It M. of
aald day, the pf enttae? ueNrlbril In ld a.
iniirr prCBir can or nan 01 i n caaiie i
CASTLE A CUUKE.
.isricare or tae Mactaagee
fremlae tobeoldarealtaaied la PwiuIbb Kuhr
IiUnd of Oaha. and eoaUla a Bad 4-W ioh hwiwv the
same premtaea conveyed to Keklpt by Kahalioa aad
other, aad coarlrla of la Lnd wear Kaaoohw bay
and rsleable bnth for talthatto a4 far leaoeanW
preaiiaea. vn at
VTOTIUK IS IIlUtKIIV (;ivi"
XI that parausat to a twerf aale cuatalaed la
certala murtrace deed dated thecthdayaf Uttober.
Iwl. madffbyJ r II Memae and Mary A Itnuea hit
wife. Of Iloankaa.lfdm.kaa.ar taal.laadaf ll.w.tl
to J list! femttb, Edwla U IInaadtaafordniwle
tra.tee aader the wilt of LsaatltoJalc dee eaaad.whlea
aid moritat Is of record la the Hawalla Brjlatry of
ureur, in utt v, parr i i an sw. an, ice a artnea
Of conditio of said aaoricat dead, all tha property
coeveytd by aald mrtfc droa, will, arter three wawka
frwai thla Oate, be adrertiflrd for rate at pwkllc aactloa
."JkXIUkD E. lA.X.
VARV a. PJHK1K.
'M 1t Trg.lCT. at Ifca Lmmflt Krt.tr
in iii;i:i;nv uivknto
X ffoaa thai si a naaelUc of af the
Hawaiian Cable Compaaj. aeM on tha Mi day nf
fWL It waa voted to accept taa Charter af lacor
poratton aranted to them aad their aaaoclatea and
taecetaon asxler the eorMrakr asjae aad sto la of thW
HAW'AlUn CADLE CuHIVNY n theSatdayaf
Jaaaary. lWL,aad that th tafporallo aadar aaM
Charter oreaalsed Uwlf. and elected Ihe foltowlaa
Pmhleat HA VTldrmaaa
II K Tdacfarlaac
Tresaarer A Secretary O "terser
C. a BEKfiEU,
M lei ' ye'y. lUwf.Cabto g
BAXTER ENGINE !
5 Deaiic Steam Pinups
run n.Tti uKir,
H. Haclcfeld & Co.,
Mortgagees' Xotke of Intention to Foreclose
and of Sale.
TN AtCOKDANCKWITH A
X rof aahteoatalardla a eertato aaortaa toawk by
PaalaM W Kalfat Iwhrad f OaJia.T J jTCart
wrlBhtaamlaJatntorof the estate af K. W. ifett.
No-ember Sth 1ME recorded to liber 7K
oa follor SotJce Is hereby strra that aald
brokea.t lt. the ofthe Inlereat
eawtBJ ay aaartcaare. aaq mpom MMiwwann
wfli tvfi at pwnc awetw at the Mlefroom of Lynms A
Lerer ia llawetala. It land of Oaba, oa MO DAT. the
33U day ef rehtaarr. 1. at 13 M. 'rf -aid daj. the
ptemUea aa described I aald aa betow
rarthtr partlcwmra ca be had f J V.
A. J. CAaTrWRMflaT,
IVaawdala. Jnaarr TA. i.
riwSaM to be aM caiH M acrerai vaiaatwe tncu
; laad mart put
lui ( K.tea
tiuak a a UmiI PaiK Sil aHB area S HilNauTi
Liad airaalavat MMAama. lamadof
imr .r.lir;aadLJwd altaatr at kamahi. lalaad of
Xatehat, atf . seres sad f eaalst Jloyal ratent
. Il. w
Irish. Damask !
We Have Just Received
a vtKT risa .wwimiisT w
Irish Double Damask
Of A wrs t '"it an f
ThKmy in th. 1'INUI' m
InporlI t. UU Kukri, .ixl w. IktIU
9mr TrUmJi t. c.. tfcrat jut lm,pcUwu
C A S M NALK
Saturday, Feb. 7th.
ant v ss.lSa4MtM. will at awctlow
Dry Oootla Clotalnc;.
Groceries, Jewelry- and
Sks. Fotatoes, No. 1 and 2 Sugar.
A cMtrBet of rrtsa
DbUoT MaMrUlfwe MMBh. 11MK
Two Horses Broken to Harness
a4 Saddle Owe
-1 eta Hat m
Ltons LIT ST Aaelt
Grand Special Sale
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7
.It M o'clock am. at Halrarwam
We have aaaa dliieled In MllUuar
Tannaiajr . febriary Tth. at to a m a Iar
iti upp uarwa aa
All alaes (her very helaj tirnanie
tal aeal rleaa aaddarahl a'o
Vienna Bent-Wood Chairs
3 Sowing Machines,
An Invoice of Bronze Hand Lamps
ALMK Floor ri Stair
Carpeting1. Rugs, Etc., Etc.
ktteatlon of tdlea l repertfal!r I
tkxwrtwtll he fHt rlewSday oefore the !.)-
I TOSS a LEVKY .wren.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale,
UyueaVi of t harle. J Uhl, the BBvtaTr aamad
la a cenata ladaatare of martaa,. dated JaaT UU. IttM,
iky J K Kawataal t traarle J riakei. rfwrr to
rfe pafea 11 aad t; w art trctd to sail at
kaactlua. 9ATXRTXtT.tkeaMda. of Ftbr
ary. lSt. at rt aaaa, st awr laweoa la Itoatotol. th
Dlttrlct f Kotela, Ishftwd .t Hawaii
let A II (be mat desert: lo aynl Paleat 7a. JJKa,
KawalBal (k, raetolalns; H 71 act..
3d -All the taad deaertbad In ftojai ratawi X :4s
lo Kapaaapaaa ih. arm aad ate fm
1-All the land dearrftvd la Royal fatewt Na MT
to Puaatak, coataln'as acre, aad C. ratbanw
ItP further pariknlar an he had ff It T MrkrrlHi
Term t aah deed at rsprnye at pareaaavt
COTTAGE WANTED !
.1 torrxcji: MirniLi; iok sinii.L
m famtlr 1 wanied tmaiedlaUIr h a nart waa at
wi nlae to Leoae for a .etm nf year ttu.t br wttkta
10 or 11 alk if Ihe Pnt aSSce
ar It . rrra iKlce.
, i)ivnnn (111 vvai hiiauk
j. a. is ... Hfl. iu tne .fc.r.fc.hl.1. c Ik. Saw
Una Carrlarre ManafactBrrlnc Chaapaey. at iitu JBr.
KKUUI Oil (.(
i!.tui:i . itHTiTt:t.i.t
urra e mik or M.nor a to.
9T. lloaulalo It. f im
MMIi; UNi'KltrmsXKIi IIAVlNCe
X been dnly aawolntrd Adaalrtataaui of the -name
of A b tone Maatoal af Bototo. aw.., with tt, wIU
anaexed, natlce la areejy atrrw to all prwa baft
claim acalaal th aald palate to prevent the aaw dbr
satheaUcated with the Mpr rowchera whether ar
carad by atorlflmye or .ttherwtw to the uailaia'aaam
wlthla Umoaha from the date haref r they wttt
ba farater hapedi aad all prtwai ldaba ta aaM
eatata are aaSlawd ta make fmndla nwerawat to th
aadrralcnrd. W a fANKl.
Adm'rratateuf Anton'- Tdannel wllh WHI aaaried.
HawolSla. Jan Wl. fa, ft to
General Insurance Com'py.
Tor Sen, Riser ami Lamltranrort
Aeenry Bt IImolala I ha HawalUa lamawa.
the andenlned ia nrawarrd to aerent rl.ks affalaat
rire. on UlwUaX. rxrnitare .WMklaery
oa tha mot favmable irrm.
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable here.
F A f llltMK All'
91 Ir Vent fur thr Hawaiian !ita4
For Sale !
LITTLE is GIANT !
rormerly Ownetl by Mil Ilro.
He HwmI and kind reAeuw Ut riHag
want i n ; Awaly 10
mi L H. NTtlLE. Waissea Kaaai
Notice to Creditors.
refill: f.MicuHitiKn 1111111 nruw
A daly appealed Admlsl.tralur th- Kiar at
ttal'taplhaolr. lata t tha I la ad of VoloBBi.faaed
acHtrc la heieby glrew I ell pecaona lo preaawt ihelr
claim Bjralaet tha estate of ibr Paid Kalaplhanlr daly
aatheatkaUd whtkf aaexred bi mottfaar m
to Hell Kaam at tka Sace of 1 ecll Ervwa an kaav
haaaa atrret. wtthta alt mowtha fawn tha date aerraf
or they will he tororer batrad ; ad all pareaaa tadebted
to al eattte are berrby reaetod to make immedlale
asymeet there'. ttaTIL K.tPl
Adsa't. laUle .af Kalaaptkaola itoc
llated Idawohala. kvia4. ilni
X day faratad a saw1rw far th tnaaawttoa
haafnaaa. aa Uttttmt TrdSMB amd IJJer 1 wfl
rarnUhlaz aoa. al ta eaeaer r awet
aad the name and .tyl af mW irm to
ATT AT B PL
lliaoUla Jan il-l !l Wb
A Card to the Public
If ft. riIIUI.tlw fAIU.H Tlllw oi'ion.
i"I tanlly luibaek the eablle fm the libera,
that haa Het aslewdrd to him. asal aks a rwatfa
oce aa 1 ha aae to tha new lm Ja-H forael
JM SI If. i TWJIUI.OAN
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
Vornr. is iirKt.ni (Jivr. riitr mi;
.w berrtofarr esutlav liMwran C ,
Hard and M P aVnfanaaaa. aadar arm naaaa
and atyle of Hardee A rroprtetor. of the
I'Ibribs Will. ! Ibl- 'Ur dUlved br ma-
tnal cioveni II f fWrt'emana retlilnz. Thabualaeaa
will V Tarried oa br lharlej J. i adl
viilaally. wh.i will aa.aae all af. and r..
allot I dae tald irm
i: I. IIABBKL
n r. ttKimranx
INtoS Hoawlul. Jasnaey rtk, W
Kaferrtnx to I be 1 witaUl ,,lr
ailrtlewlpSthe Eaierpilw Wth I Heir- !
an BBM.tMeall arentadae r nr Before J.Baar
lat. tS4, end wNtoawnMMiytMiai thai tbey ro
fnrward aad aebie al oaw. Ttaau: sty ftleeda sad
tba paelic la seaeral rW their to Use Mat.
sad avtklHnK a rnllawce af lie ml the
lam Keepeclfalry. C.J. HARDEE,
jmjbi ?TrT''. M
Once More 3 to the Front.
IS NOW OPEN.
.EO i.AVA5AH Propriety,.
For Sale by
THTICK It 1IK1CK1SV IV
taat toe a4enlxwe, aartok parckaw. waw
K JW! al Ctol
amWsealaTed latosetrlaerarp whlth for tha w
or carrTT na ie aiecM or etc rwaiera
r "i law cwai we riawiaunw. iw
Wit I, nljfl,
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Sks. Corn, Sks. Potatoes,
Sks. Onions, Sks. Wheat,
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Choicest Pure Candies
Vanilla Chocolate Creams,
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Is Fully Equal to Farina or any
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