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License. Eipiring in Tebraary 1884..
1 Mies C queen street
1 J J Wllileras i Co, 1 ort street
I Wire Lee On Co. Alalobeo
SJX Dalgte, Bethel .trrct
j; si MCirtft A Co, King street . , .
Inter-Island Mum Navigation Co. Esplanade
: Taeniae Lindsay. Nnnann street ,,
111 L AVao, Maunalra street
10 t Cohen, Nnnann s trret
It O H Spalding, Nnnann street , , ,
i! 3s!re K Sinter, cor Qin and Klcherd stmts
11 Onimc Tin Sing Co, Hotel street
15 L Merchant, Fort f tree t
1ft Lonls Adler, Nnnann street
l( Kwonr Yet Lara: A Co. Hotel street
IT C It VCilllsine. Fort street
It All Ooel, King street
n Geo Vrrt, Hottl street
21 Tm Chin, N unarm street
RET A WA1 1.
1 WAkln.MaUnela,N Kohala
Con Hlng. Waimea. ! Kobala
1 Aswan, Kaltoa. N Kona
IS All PeL, Laupaboc "nr, ""l
11 C Awei, Mekapala.N Konala ,
II 4 II Nf krwn. Vtalmca, S Kohala
SIDrCK Klttredge. Hllo
3 Ah Q,ut, IIIlo
hone Kee. Kaiopibl, X Kohala
J sVbite. Malapala, N Kohala
I Aasce. Wallnlo
11 Ab I'. Tali. Makenao
" C Alalia. Kcsnae, Koolau
IS It r Kabnolele, Mslealca. liana
11 Gn Aten:, Watlnku
S? JahnUrundwald, 1'ala. Mskawao
I? Anna. Kawalhan
1 Ins Chute, Kapala, LI Luc
S Ylm Von, Ilreia, Koolaupolo. Oalin
n Hart Bros, Nnnann atrtn. llonn!alo
IT J K KrLaula, Waiohlnu. Kan. Haeati
IT In Kong, lintel street, llonnlatn
2tl Tan Von, Malanao, Maul
I Palmer & Thaeber, Fort e trret, Ilonolnla
" llaanlian Livery Stable Co, Honolulu
C Dillingham & Co, Fort street, Ilnmjlnln
12 T J tor King - Nnnann rt. Honololtt
SJ X rollllps Co. Kaahnmann street. Honolulu
10 Pnrntnl. Ilonolnla
IT John Kilo, Honolulu
IX Wm Hrolnaunt, Hamakua, Hawaii
IIUU'C J onw, Kan. Hawaii
II Mnlnlllma, North Nohsla. Hawaii
51 J IIKaaoao, Olowtle, Maul
rilRK III; If.III.lt.
1 Aklsu. N Kohala. Hawaii
fi Konrbcu, Malawal. Mani
1 Ka, rllhonna, Hawaii
Si Aknl, llamalna, Hawaii
1 E Hntthinon, Kvna.Oahn
IS ITn ThomtTn, Kona, Uabn
S SclincL. Klncdom
27 T K McDonald, Kingdom
n Chon- Lwr & Co, lHlo
The Election of UeiHrrentatUca of the next
AMrmM? will taVe place throughout Hie larioua
lllfclim Difttrtrte of the Kingdom on Vctlnflav. the
Bin dar of Febrtiarr, 1SI.
The Folia at the eerrral vtacee of election will be
penrd at o'rlotl a. x rm the day aborc narncd. and
closed at So'clotl. r. w.
The following places are deeicnaled fin- holdhi; the
IMatrlrl l Illln.
Flrtt Conn Ilunrc, llllo
frecond - ..........Court IIoupc Lanpahochoe
Inpectorf of Election.
n WAHanal Police Justice
K Kekna..H.........K....... ....... ......Tax AePceecr
It A . Tax t'ollector
DlatrSrt ar llnmnknti.
Hrat Court Honce. llonokaa
Second - Court Hoiire, Walplo
Inr prclor of Election.
Jl-Xian I)ltrlct Jutlce
tlemrellell Tax Atewor
J K Kcnnamano... ...Tax Collector
Dlatrlrl of liBlmln.
First rollins riace.... Court Ilonpc, Waimca. SKobala
H MahnVa Dirlrict Jutticc
4 Mnpplebeen.... Tax Ainr
LraaUU Tax Collector
Second TolIiiiZ Pluce.. Court llone, ICapaan. N Kohala
Inrrctur of Election.
4 Jl Kaohl rolicc 4nttlce
4 P Kamauoha... Tax ArecMor
J Kill Tax Collector
Iflatrlrt ir Xorlli Kmia,
Tollins riate. School Iloutc, Kailoa
Inpiector of Election.
J filloiplli lli.ltltt Jnrlicc
AKnoapltt....... .Tax Collector
niatrlrlot Notith Knnn.
rolllncTJace .School Houkc, HooLeua
lnrpectorp of Election,
C W TKaro Ul.trkt Jntllce
D It Xahlnu... .Tax AMtcreor
D Kamakalnal .Tax Collator
Itllrlrt ol linn.
rollin; riace ....... Morrhouge, llonuaiKi
I K Martin DMrlct Justice
4 N Kapabn...
4 Kaunane ...... -... laxiouecior
llatrlrl tr l'min,
rollin riace Court llouoe, 1'ohoiU
J M Kami. Iti.triel Ju.tice
TK Kaathlll Tax Aipr
I) n Wahlne...: .Tax Collector
f)ltrlrt rmnor! iff I nhnlrtn, Olnttnlii,
I'knmrliPinvF wml linliiMilnne.
railing Tlacf Court llourc, Labaina
Inspector! of Election.
DKahanlelio .Police Justice
4 A Kanlan Tax Aaeeapor
4A4ibaLu Tax Collector
Illtrlet emMel nf Jinliitknlon nml
Fellin; Place. ........... .......rchout liouie. llouolua
Inspector of Election.
X Mrheula, I) II KaliHIIIl, Manuel
Xltatrlrl brajlnlnc; nllh nnrl JiirlmlliiK
tVnlhee find extending; itt nml
Flrttrclllnj Place Court llontc, WallnVu
E Abolo Police Justice
U K Ricbardeon Tax
W B Keann Tax Collector
Second Pelllns riace... .Court House, UlupalaVua
Ineiectwr of Election.
M. Kealoba IJIstrict Jutticc
lllatrlet lea;lnMtna; nllll nnrt InrllMllnr;
tttimiiktaiilf anri extending? It. nuil
relllnx riare .Court Jloutc, MaLawao
WFJIottman Dirlrict Justice
J TCaVookoo... .Tax,Aesr
A Fornander .Tax Collector
ntatrfet beiclnnlna; nllh anil InelndlMf; lin.
hlklnnt nnrtextenillnR In nnrt Inelnrllna
Pellinjiriace.... Coutt House, liana
SWKaal District Justice
J It Hannna.. ...... ....--... ......Tax Assessor
rXanat.. Tax Collector
iDNtrlcl al nolokrtl nml Iiiinl.
rtrstFonTnv Place .Court House, Talon, Molokal
- lnapectora of Eleu'ton.
SK K0.lhea..w District Justice
J:A .Tax Collector
Second rolling riace.....bclivol House. Kaohal, Laual
hApI1 Inspector! of Election.
S'"Eaio.lhaUbll Dltllkt JusUcc
Olatrlel of. Jtonn.
folllniriate. Alllolanl Hale
It F Blcktrlon... Police Justice
PR naeselden.. .. Tax Assessor
GeoH .Tax Collector
llstrletr tinnnnrl lVnlwune.
First Pelllnt Place rkbool House, Walawa
Inspectors of Election.
rlKKaiVln District Justlca
AKauhl .Tax Collector
Kecend rolllni; riace .Court House. Walanea
J. r. Kama. District Justice
, frlslrlet r tlnlnlnn.
rolllnl nace.l.s. Court House, Walalna
" 4- Inspectors of Election.
K KJIihoe District Justice
J Amara... ...............Tax Collector
Dlntrltl of Hoolnnlon.
rolline Place bchobl House. Haoula
Inspectors of Election.
1 Kalahl District Justice
J W Kupv.... ....Tax Assessor
JTaaVcalanl Tax Collector
rolllns Place .....Court House, Kaucohc
llisHxtots of Election,
J h KauluVoa , District Jnstice
A Kaulil . .Tax Collector
nutrlrt of IVrJmen
rirtt rilllcr. Place ..bciiool House. Waimtt
Inspectors of Election.
T. Kahile District Justice
Uwal Kauai .Tax Assessor
BEKaula Tax Collector
heenod rolllnj Ilace..... School House, Xllbau
Inspectrrs of Election.
iim. si. n.r District Justice
AKawfcau .....Tax Assessor
.- .Tax Collector
SMatricl sal Taua.
1rtt rollinsl'lace.. Court House, Lihue
Inspectors of Election.
h S Hapnkn ' .District Justice
J K.U........ Tax Assessor
8 JlMuao........... -T" Collector
Secoad rolllnx Place Court House, Koloa
Inspectors of Election.
ATTMaloho........ ..District Jmtlct
J W KrUblmoxn J",. ,,MJ!
Blalrtet of HnnaleL
Hrsl rplllni Place"., ......Court Houte, uanaiei
Isjspeetore or Election.
-.., v JlitfaJnstlc
w ar41lcri ,....Conrt House, KapU
CHAS. T OUL1CK. Xlinitlernf Interior.
lulcnorOmcc.Pcc 31. lag- "
nErAliTMKXT OF FIXACE,
Hoolx. Anj. Cth, ISU.
Xotlcc le hiUy tf"n l'I'Htlone for anj
OOVEIKJIEXT LOAN up to
ration of the SEW
ct the TrrMnrj; the
ill now he rrcdTcd
nfintereft It Hcd at () Sir per cent per annnm
r.y.n""iSui.nn". and tic liond, are ciempt from
ill Government T .aUoever.
KS " Minister of Finance.
EST MODUS IX EMUS.
WEDNESDAY, FEBKCAItY C, I6S1.
Independent Ticket of Representatives
LEGISLATIVE SESSION OF 1884.
J. O. CAI1TEK,
J. D. KAWATXUI,
. K. KCXUIAKEA.
The "Platform of the (ovcnimcnt
As set forth in the Xcnou of April 21, 1874,
AV. M. Gibson, Editor and Proprietor:
"A Representative Government and a
resixmsible ministry are favorite ideas with
some of our political tyros, who think in
repeating tho truisms of their own politi
cal education, they are introducing into
Hawaii the ideas of advanced
lung ivuuuu may w tua vtisu a ouuuauiuu
in Comassioas D'lsraeli is in Westminster.
And wo bav. that they were only politi
cal school lioys who imposed all this cumbrous
nnadapted law wo havo upon tho
simplo fecini barbarous Polynesians of Ha-wah.
If you can becomo strong enough to
nliolish Constitution and Parliament, you
may lo able to do something radically ben
efiraal for Hawaiians!"'
This is obviously addressed to tho Crown.
With such inspectors of election ns wo
havo in Honolulu, wo may feci assured
that tho proisions of tho act of 18TG,
to setting apart of a sufficient space
around the polling place, and only allowing
within that space six electors at a tinio
who shall 1) actually engaged in voting,
will bo faithfully carried out. For tho
lxmefit of thoso who may not bo acquaint
ed with tho act wo republish it this morning.
"Skctiox lln. Tho inspectors of election shall
prccioasly to opening tho polls, feci apart a sufficient
ppace aruund the polling pUco to prevent persons
not thereto authorized from interf erinc with
tho conduct of th election, and no person other
than tho inspector! of election, their clerk and
nuy elector!) not cxcctdicg six in nnmber bcini;
actnallv encased in voting, to bo designated if
by tho presiding officer, shall be permitted
at anr one time to enter or remain within the
tolling room or tho space so set ajiart daring the
titling of tha poll."
The letter which wo publish in another
column from a Portuguese at "Waialua,
shows tho relation between tho planter
and laborer on that plantation, and is n
very decided answer to tho calumnies published
by the S. F. Chronicle and papers
which havo followed in its wake. A
iicrfect cordiality and good feeling exists
between this laborer and his master, and
whatistruoin this case, is true in tho
majority of cases. Tho tales of harsh
treatment of laborers aro almost entirely
fabrications. Here and there, there may
havo lieen an isolated case of wrong done,
but redress has always been at hand either
by appeal to tho courts or to tho consuls.
Tho value of this letter lies in the
fact that it has como entirely unsolicited,
and that it is published not only in English,
but in Portuguese, and can bo commented
on in that language.
The Hawaiian Government, as conducted
by the self-sufficient Premier has got into
deep water. Tho Madras muddle, over
which tho official organ was so facetious
some time back, is looming up as a very
serious question. Diplomatic and legal
Xowers havo it is said lately arrived hero
and serious complications with Great Britain
may be impending. There is no doubt
whatever that a heavy claim is going to bo
brought against the country backed by tho
influence of Great Britain. The result of
tills will bo that tho tax payers will have
to fool an cnormons bill: for whatt For
the official mismanagement of tho Premier.
Can voters hesitate what they shall do,
when thoy seo into what a position tho
country has been brought? Get rid of
these men as soon as you can, citizens of
Honolulu and of tho Hawaiian Islands at
largo. You have to pay a heavy bill now.
but there is no knowing how heavy the
bill will be if tho present inisrule is continued
much longer. Tho present Premier!
has plunged tho country into " a sea of
trouble," and tho chickens are only just
to come home to roost. Step this
unpleasant arrival of fowl, by your votes,
How often have we in the past read
in tho P. C. Adcertitcr to race prejudices!
That journal, on the ovo of tho
election, camo out last Friday with another
of those insidious charges against the
white people residing in these Islands,
laying to their dislike and distrust of tho
Hawaiians, tho entiro blame for tho present
state of things. Tho opposition to tho
present Ministry has been owing wholly
to "disappointed office-seekers," and to an
ungenerous sentiment towards tho native
population! This the reply which is made
in behalf of tho Ministry, to tho Criticism
which has been made upon its course for
tho last two years. Tho planters and others,
whether residing in Oalm or elsewhere
in the group, who aro known to
have deplored tho way in which public af
fairs havo been conducted, many of whom
havo openly expressed their disapproval
of and want of confidence in tho Premiers
doings, aro to be assured forsooth, that
they arc only seeking after officel Those
who for years havo been tho true friends
of tho Hawaiian race, who have pleaded
in vain for its preservation from an alcoholic
doom and from tho ravages of leprosy,
are to bo taunted with prejudice
against thoso for whom they havo labored.
Tho will search in vain in our
columns, and as wo believe in tho columns
of our other cotemporaries, for any foundation
for its libellous charges.
It is reirorted. and the report seems to
havo good foundation, that Judge Kauai
who was running as government candidate
at Waimea, Kauai, has been ordered
by the government to withdraw. AYo
pointed out last week that tho President
of the Board of Health had been writing
down to tho Island to mako inquiries if
tho statements published in tho Gazette
were correct; ho received a reply substantiating
what had been published in this
paper. But tho government should not
stop at merely withdrawing its support at
tho elections from this man: after tho
President of the Board of Health has
found' out that it is really a fact that Mr.
Kauai in ono of his election addresses an
nounced himself as a leper, ho should go
n step further and havo Mr. Kauai examined
to see if ho is n leper or not. AVc
have no information at hand that the Premier-President
has done anything of tho
kind. To the faithfulness of our correspondent
in Kauai is due any action that
the government may have taken in this
Our correspondent at Waimea further
points out that tho authorities aro shamefully
lax in allowing acknowledged lepers
to be at large. That scoundrel who nearly
murdered his sister the other day, has
for a long time been an acknowledged leper;
bnt being a violent man, the police aro
afraid of him, and ho comes into Waimea
almost with impunity. No doubt the
set by Mr. Kauai has had its duo
effect upon petty officials around Waimea.
Seo to it Mr. Minister that these things bo
changed, and that proper investigations
"This gentleman, Mr. J. O. Carter, is
eminently fitted to represent the city and
ho has authorized us to say that he has no
sympathy with the party a noisy but not
a large one whoso sole bond of union is
the desire to overturn the present administration."
P. C. A Feb. 2. The half
truth in tho above quotation stamps it as
the "suggestion" of tho Premier, it is in
just such misstatements, such turnings
and twistings that ho used to revel when
he edited a newspaper himself. A talk
with Mr. Carter revealed tho following.
In tho course of a private conversation
with a gentleman connected with our
Mr. Carter said that his object
in going into tho house was not primarily
to turn out me ministry, but to
investigate. If tho ministry could .show
that nil the chargta which havo bcenmado
against them wero nnlrne, ho would not
move against them, at tho same time, seeing
the kind of evidence already brought
forward, it was piaimj auuroi iiuiakkuujk
for them to clear their skirts. In plain To
words Mr.Cartcr, like a sensible man. will
if elected, go to tho house with an unbiased
mind, but with a thorough determination
to investigate fairly, and to act on the
results of his investigation. Xo better
spirit could bo asked from a member. Mr.
Carter gave no "authorization'' to tho
to say anything abont his views with
regard to anv nartv here. But his views
do entirely accord with of that
very large section ol tho community wr:cn
desires a change of administration, to
the present holders of power havo
been wasteful, foolish and extravagant,
and on the complete proof of this in the
Legislature ho will act.
If tho voters of Honolulu to-day desire
a full investigation of tho acts of the Government
during the past two years they
will vote the Independent ticket. 'What a
poor team tno government uctot presents.
3lr. Kaulukou, full of -windy rhetoric,
whoso stentorian lungs havo been called
into play to shout electioneering addresses,
but who will mako a very poor statesman.
Should this gentleman be elected, wo may
look for a lengthy session, he will howl,
shout and gesticulate in tho House, to tho
ennui of all who aro desirous of getting
through the business ol tho country quietly.
Mr. John T. Baker, known to tho Honolulu
public as tho brother of tho nominal
author of a silly pamphlet which ho did
not write : a man full of vanity, who
knowing but a smattering thinksho knows
everything. Mr. Lilikalani lays his claim
to legislative honors as tho father of tho
liauor bill and tho author of tho 10,000,-
000 loan act : not that ho was tho author
of either of theso measures, but ho likes to
rat tho lion's skin over his own ; but
I ike tho celebrated animal in tho fable, ho
cannot hide those melodious tones which
betray him so thoroughly. Mr. Kcau isa
hard working man wo beliove, but that in
itself, without other qualifications, does
not constitute a claim for representing
tho intelligence, commercial ability and
wealth of tho capital.
On tho other hand let tho doctors look
at tho men that aro put forward on tho Independent
Mr. J. O. Carter, (KeoKaaka) who heads
the ticket has tho confidence of tho whole
community, native and foreign. A thoroughly
honest man, in whom even his
cannot find a thing to cavil at, a
awaiian born, a man whoso record is before
tho public since his earliest days of
manhood, a tried man in official work, ho
is tho man we need, and wo hope to seo
his namo at tho head of tho poll.
Mr. J. TJ. Ivawaimu has shown himself
fearless exponent of wrong doing in
official high places, ho has suffered for Ids
freedom of speech; ho has been unjustly
ousted from tho Privy Council and from
tho Board of Education, because he, a Hawaiian
dared to say homo truths, and wo
may expect tno same fearlessness of speech
and examination when ho reaches, as wo
hope ho will do, tho Legislative Chamber.
Mr. Kalaukoa, is an excellent speaker,
and is an honest and upright man; ho
commands influence and respect among
his own race and those of other nationalities
that are acquainted with him.
Lastly thero is A. K. Kunuiakca: an Alii.
Tho government partisans talk as if thero
wero no Aliis left Kunuiakca, an Alii
stands for tho Independent ticket Ho is
a well known protego of Queen Emma,
and on theso grounds ho is a most acceptable
candidate to all.
Tho Government ticket can show no such
qualifications in tho four acknowledged
candidates that it puts f orward.
Tho Independent Ticket combines men
of broad views, of varying interests. It is
no party clique. Religion forms no stum
bling block. Protestants and Boman
Catholics alike trill find their interests
supported by its members. Tho present
government may promise, and promise
wildly as drowning men do, but if our cit
izens of all shades of thought, of all religious
beliefs wish for sound government
and proper and just recognition of tho
rights of all, thoy will vote only ono way,
without scratching a name, and that way
is Tin: IjiDErExmuo' Ticket!
Mr.. Kaclukoc, ono of tho leading candidates
on the Government ticket, at tho
meeting which was called to nominate a
peoplo's ticket, in answer to a rather personal
question, retorted in substance that
ho might havo been Attorney General of
tho Kingdom now if it had not been for
the withholding of education in tho English
language by tho American missionaries
in former years, which he put for
ward as though it wero a personal grievance.
The idea is not now. Tho samo
cry has been heard frequently before.
Put it is surprising to hear a man of his
intelligence, who might bo expected to
know something of tho history of his own
peoplo during tho past half century, taking
up this second hand assertion as
though ho really believed it. Possibly ho
was actually persuaded ot its truth, as
many another has been. Put whatever
may have been tho cause in this instance,
it is perhaps as well that tho facts in tho
case should bo stated as matter of historic
AVo havo lying before us at this moment
a number of works published by tho
American missionaries for tho express
purpose of teaching tho English languago
to Hawaiians, and used in tho advanced
schools as long ago as 1837. Tho first is a
spelling and reading book in English for
tho instruction of Hawaiians. It is called
tho "Kmuu Kahili"' was prepared by tho
Ilev. J. S. Emerson, and published at
in 1837. It consists of
lessons and occuxnes thirty-six pages.
Kext is a grammar of tho English
for Hawaiians, prepared by tho
samo person, nnd published at
about tho samo time. Then comes
an English phraso book for tho use of
Hawaiian loarners, prepared also by Mr.
Emerson, and published at Lahainaluna
in 1841, a second edition of which was
published in ISM. This consists of twenty-eight
pages of English phrases divided
into fourteen lessons, with a glossary ot
twelvo pages at the end.
Then comes a speller and reader of sixty
pages in English published by the Mission
Press at Honolulu in 1815, and an
English Hawaiian Dictonary of ono hundred
and eighty-four pages, prepared
mainly by Itev. J. S. Emerson, with tho
assistance of Bev. A. Bishop and Bov. AV.
P. Alexander and published at Lahainaluna
in 1815. ,
At tho request of tho King and chiefs,
tho "Boyal School" was established in
1839, and was taught by Mr. and Mrs.
Cooko of tho A. M. Mission, aided by other
coppctcnt teachers, as long as its distinctive
character was tept up. It was
finally merged in what is now known as
tho "Boyal School," its present namo being
derived from its past history. In that
school our present lung, Kalakaua, and
his sister, the Princess Boyal, received a
thorough grounding in the knowledge of
tho English lanraace. Tho ceneral ad
vance of tho mass of tho people in education
had not, previous to 1848, reached
tho point where the English language
could be taught to advantage in tho common
district schools. Nor previous to
that time, could tho teachers or the means
bo had for such a purpose, even if it had
seemed desirable to substitute the English
for tho vernacular in those schools.
Inl848 tho caro and management of tho
pnblic schools passed out of tho hands of
tho mission and was assumed by tho government;
as was eminently proper. English
schools have since then multiplied ns
rapidly as circumstances have seemed to
warrant, and Hawaiians havo hnd tho samo
access to their privileges as others. If
therefore Mr. Kaulukou or any other Ha
waiian has. I idled to use those advantages,
let him put tho blamo where it belongs,
nnd not falsify history by repeating at
second hand an old and stale cry which
has' been put in his mouth by those who
to servo a purpose, cither deliberately misrepresent
the facts, or else arrogantly ventilate
their own ignorance.
The inquest on the reinains of the late
Honorable "Wm. F. Bucklo has altogether
failed to account satisfactorily as to how
ho came to an untimely end. Let it bo
allowed that ho died by a fall from
tne top of tho prison, though oven that
is incompletely proven, tho remainder
of the finding of tho jury is eminently unsatisfactory.
The fall was occasioned, say
the jury by 'some cause unknown." This
is perfectly true, and it is hard to seo how
the jury' could have reported otherwise.
But if this finding justifies the jury it certainly
seems to incriminate the officials
concerned. The removal, cleaning,
of tho body, tho hasty obliteration of
the traces of the accident before, any ex-
amination by cxDertB. was all wronir and
could not havo taken place had tho actors
in tho scene known their duties; tho first T
turnkey, Malaihi, ought to havo known
better and should havo acted otherwise U
what purpose is it that a jury visit tho
scene of n fatal . accident, and hnd that
broken glass has been cleared away, a window
sill cleaned and the ground carofully to
raked over, and why was thoholding of an
inquest and a second examination of tho
body an afterthought If tho finding of
tho jury resui; only in "from somo canso
unknowii," the ovidenco all goes to snow a
most discreditable state of indiscipline.
From early in tho evening till 4. o'clock in of
tho morning, tno uovcrnor ot tno tail goes
and fro between tho prison ho is in
chargo of, and a friend's house. Then
hear this "Chief turnkey." "I went," he
says, "to tho feast between 11 and 12
o'clock pjn I stopped a few minutes and
returned to tho jail." Paahana "a guard"
savs "tho sruards do as thoy like about re
lieving one another. Wo do not obey tho
regulations. Wo can go around outside,
and leave our place of ttatcA." "Nobody gave
mo permission to co on watch at 2 o'clock
Igave tho other guard permission to go."
"Did not seo Bucklo go out," neither did
Kaehi on guard at tho upper gate from 3
to C a. m., uut ho saw Bucklo como back
after i a. m. Testa saw tno deceased at
the feast between S.30 and 9 p. m, again
between 1.30 and 2 a. m. tho next morning,
and left him thero at A. This is a revela
tion of tho interior economy of a prison.
Of tho femalo prisoners. Mary says "the
first I heard was of Bncklo's death went
into Malaihi's room to fix it uj thero was
blood on tho sill and somo dirt cleaned
it off," from whom didsho hear of tho accident,
and by whoso direction did sho fix
tho room and clean tho window sill!
Tho evidence of Maria .Kose is more
startling, but was not corroborated! and
sho is a felon.
However tho wholo enquiry such as it
was, showed a degree of incompetence and
indifferonco to duty almost incredible.
Tho authorities outside tho jail mako no
better appearance than thoso within. Tho
funeral is announced to take placo 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 tho following afternoon.
Tho iurors wero duly sworn in tho
enco of tho remains, but did not visit the
sceno of tho accident until tho afternoon
of the 20th, two and a half days after tho
occurrcnco and tho day after tho funeral.
In all cases of violent death prompHtudo
of action is imperatively necessary if any
satisfactory result is intended or sought
H tho coming election gives us a House
of llcprcsentatives, it is to bo hoped that
tho method of appointment of coroner
may bo reconsidered and tuo instructions
of the officer remodeled.
In tho United States and in Great
coroners aro elected, in England for
life. Opinions differ as to whether a. member
of tho legal or of tho medical profes
sion bo the moro suitable, probably a com
binatiou of tho two in tho person of a
properly qualified medical man who has
made a'special study of medical jnrispru
dence would bo tho best.
As the matter stands hero now it needs
alteration and cannot well bo altered but
for tho better.
To-day in Honolulu tho Independent
voter will havo tho opportunity of showing
his strength. Considering tho means that
havo been used of late by tho Government
Party to get in their candidates it will be
a matter of no surprise, if tho announcement
this evening should be that tho Independent
ticket has not been elected in
full. Thoso who wish to seo how elections
can bo carried on in this country had better
bo at the polls and watch to see if the
military and police aro marched up to the
ballot boxes as they wero two years ago.
Public opinion made itself heard upon
this point after tho election of 1SS0, and it
will do so again and even moro forcibly,
should like tactics bo repeated to-day.
But it is not upon its inflnenco over the
military, tho police and tho salaried officials
of tho trovernment that tho Govern
ment Party has relied for carrying the
present election, intimidation nas neon
used. AVc aro informed upon crediblo an
thority that natives occupying government
lands, or lands over which certain'mem
hers of tho Government Party havo con
trol, havo been" told that unless they vote
for tho government ticket, they need not
look for a quiet continuanco in their little
homos. Tax receipts havo been demanded
and tho unfortunate voters, not strong
enough to withstand tho prcssuro brought
to bear upon them, havo delivered them
up. JLn all cases wnero tno voter is considered
doubtful, it will bo found that his
tax receipt is not forthcoming on the day
of tho election, and in this way ho will bo
deprived of his vote. How strong tho influences
brought to boar on voters havo
been may be judged from the fact that
many have gone to Mr. Carter and asked
him to take chargo of their tax receipts,
knowing that though they wero anxious
to vote for him, thoy would bo nnablo to
stand tho threats and the wheedling they
would bo subjected to: in point of fact
knowing tno power tnat would uo urougnt
to bear, they distrusted themselves. Honorably
has Mr. Carter refused to acquiesce
in their request: ho has told them that to
do so would bo at variance with tho political
teachings ho has tried for years to
into tho native race: he has striven to
mako Hawaiian electors vote as wm, and
tho votes that will be cast for him will bo
cast by mex. Ho feels, and all good citizens
must feel, that it wero better to bo
beaten having a clear conscience, than to
win, with tho consciousness of having
stooped to impuro and disreputablo means
to do so.
By means of inlluenco and threats and
cajolery, as far as can bo ascertained, tho
government havo tho assured control of
500 voters. But what of that; Honolulu
has a voting population of about 2,000, and
ono fourth of that population cannot carry
tho election. Even of tho 500 voters whom
tho government havo locked np as it were,
they cannot count upon getting all tho
votes, for a considerable proportion of
theso will bo men who are to bo kept from
voting by means of retaining their tax ro
In spite then of the various methods
used, among which, by tho way, was raco
prejudice, somo one very high in office,
who, to a choice selection of electors, called
together to hear his statements, stated that
ho was surprised and pained to seti white
men coming forward as canditates for tho
legislature, whero they would want to
mako laws for tho Hawaiians, and tho
Adccrtiier dared to say that tho Independent
Party was antagonizing tho races), in
snito of nil such tactics and of so ranch in
fluence; tho prospects of tho Independent
Party to-day aro good. Tho Hawaiian is
by no means as stupid as tho Government
Party would have tho world believe, and
apart from nil foreign voters, there is a
solid phalanx of Hawaiians who havo
weig Led the Premier and havo found him
wanting : who havo found in this man, with
his cheap clap-trap and his half dozen
honeyed phrases nothing for the pure
patriot of Hawaii to hope, lo a number
of Hawaiians tho Premier is now represented
by Moreno's celebrated similo of
a squeezed orange. He has been thoroughly
Fqueczed nnd there is mighty little juico
left. All these Hawaiian voters need is a
solid support from tho foreign voters. Intelligent
Hawaii understands clearly how
ill-advised, and how destructive of tho
of tho country tho courso of tho present
government has been; but it will require
tho full support of tho foreign vote
to mako the intelligent Hawaiians masters
of tho situation.
That their support will bo given wo sin
cerely hopo. Jobberyj mismanagement of
public funds, autocratic nso of power, danger
to our commercial and financial prosperity,
havo been the result of tolerating
the present men in power. If this country
is to prosper in a liealthy manner, this
mvtt be changed. Hawaiian prosperity
cannot last forever, the evil day, the rainy
day is coining on apace, and the manner
in which we shall be able to weather tho
storm depends almost entirely upon the
manner in which wo prepare ourselves to
weather it. At presenttho ship of state is
in a bad fix, it has neither good captain
nor officers, neither good pilot nor proper
physicians for the crew. It rests with tho
crew at this moment to determine whether
they shall bo led to destruction or not
What will be gained on tho whole by any
"man, if a few dollars come to his purse for
the moment, and the business of the country
is ruined. And a continuation of tho
rule of tho present ministry means ruin.
To what end will it bo that government
contracts for a hundred and one things ore
obtained, if tho government is to be conducted
in a manner which will reduce the
gains of those contracts to nil Even those
selfish men whovno for rjconetbinir from
tho. cain lnr votint? tho
V j, i i inTl . ,T ,o
xnuepenuent uckbu jot ii uie independent
ticket is elected in fufficiont strength
CUOIlgU WU1CU Will XxBWOll
spect instead of the charity of tho world
mayCbo looked for.
4jei, every tiiuirnng man, un'ii, uetcrmino
como to tho noils todnv. Itt him cast
his vote for the Independent Candidates,
and wncn no nas dono mat, no may rest
assured that ho has done a good turn to
Hawaii as a nation. Tho platform of tho
Independent Party is before the voters.
Economical administration of tho finances
the- Kingdom. Boform in tho
of public affairs. A thorough
reform in tho Board of Health, which, in
placo of windy ' rhetoric or scissors and
paste books, will givo our wives and children
that proper protection from disease
and lingering death which they do not
have now. Finally, tho Independent da
Party most emphatically propose to support
true constitutional government and
to strongly resent tho efforts that have
been recently made to overrido popular
With such a platform tho Indericndents
ought to win. It appeals to tho common
sense of all voters. H the Independent
Party fails, it will only bo becauso of un-duo
coercion and that, as wo have shown
has been used. Voters, tubs the tables !
Woitix suffrage has won its battle in Washington
Territory, The legislature, there has voted to
strike tho word "male" from the election laws.
The American Hejisler quotes the following
words of Daniel Webster, which come with Rreat
forco at the present moment in Hawaii, The argument
usod ii ono which has again and again been
used in the columns of the Gazette. Webster
said: "Ihc circulating medium of a commercial
community must be that which is the circulating
medium ot outer commercial communities, or
must be capable of being conTerted into that medium
without loss. It must bo able, not only to
piss in payments and receipts among indiriduals
of the same society nnd nations, but to adjust and
discharge tho balances of exchanges between different
nations. It must bo something which has
valuo abroad as well at homo, and by which
as well as domestic debts can bo satisfied."
In ono of our San Francisco exchanges we find
the following : "not a few of our citizens will feel
.1 pang of regret to learn of the dissolution of tho
connection which has existed since tho very inception
of the Merchants' Exchange, between its Secretary,
Mr. J. A. Coolidge, nnd itself. Sinco 18GC,
nearly eighteen years, Mr. Coolidge has been closely
identified with all the material interests of the
Exchange, and the practical management of its
aHairs has been in his hands. That his administration
of tho multifarious duties which fall to tho
lot of a Secretary of such an istitution has been an
abla one, is nnirerrally conceded by all who have
come in contact with Mr. Coolidge, and in testi.
raony of this and of his industry, intelligence,
probity and capabilities, tho patrons of tho exchange
(not the association) presented him on hU
retirement from tho office, with a rery handsomo
testimonial. Although much regret has been ex-pressed
at the change made by tho Trustees, and
tno removal 01 air. u., yet mero is soma consola
tion in the tact that ms successor, air. J. u. Patrick,
is a gentleman who is highly popular with all
who know him, and is admittedly well qualified tc
fill the position. It is n pity that the needs of the
Exchange should not rcqniret the so trices of both
HAWAII TO THE FBONT !
A STIERING ELECTION ADDBESS !
'JOE" CARTER STATES HIS PLATFORM.
THE GOVERNMENT ORGAN GETS ANSWERED.
&. Mass Meeting of the
A TALK TO THE POINT.
Last evenins tbo Independent rotera met at
Church and rero addressed by tho
of the Independent ticket. Sir. Swlaton was
unanimously elected Chairman and Mr. B. W.
Secretary. Tho meeting was most orderly
nnd also most enthusiastic; the speeches of the
Independent candidates wero applauded to tha
echo. Sir. Kunuiakca suoke first. Mr. Kawainui
second. Sir. Kalaukoa third and Mr. J. O. Carter
last. Tho remarks of each of tho candidates wero
loudly applauded, and as the periods rolled forth
denouncing or ridiculing tbo position of tho
candidates, tha houso containing moro
than six hundred people took tho points and
laughed and applauded alternately.
Sir. S. Kaat. who was surrounded by certain
QoTornment servant, tried to disturb the meeting,
hut tho assent was against him, and after
hearing somo good homo truths tho meeting adjourned
with cnthusinstic cheers for the
uciib (Miiiuiuirn nuu i urirnuiniiima to Tnto tno
ticket 1 It was a meeting that would do honor to
any nation tinder the sun. Hawaii has need to be
proud of herself. Sir. Cuter's speech is reported
e dire a translation of Sir. Carter's address to
tho electors yesterday. Unfortunately wo hare
been rjn.tl.Io to obtain translations of all the
speeches made. Tho meeting was most enthusiastic
Sir Feixow CocNTBTaiEN, CmzESs or the Disinter
You hare gathered here this evening to hear
from the candidates for the position of representatives
to tho Legislative Assembly, upon the
imleiemlrit or citizen's ticket, some expressions of
opinion on tho questions of the times. Upon this
ticket, which we believo has jour sympathy and
support, are found the names of
J. U. KAWAINUI,
' KALAOKOA, .
and four humble servant,
J. O. CAHTEIC.
You have beard from all theso candidates for
your support, and it only remains for me to say n
few wrds. You will pardon me if in my remarks
I shall appear to say something for myself. Most
of yoa hare known mo as a child, youth, and as n
man among you. I was born in this city and
therefore haTu n risht to say that Tam a child of
this land we lovo so well. I am as much a Hawaiian
as any person in this kingdom and I feel
safo in challenging any person to stand up if be
can and say that I have ever oppressed or abused
a Hawaiian or for that matter any person. You
havo known mo as a government omcer, having
chargo of the monies of tho government. While
in that oHice did 1 not do ray duty faithfully ?
Was not the Treasury well managed, and when I
left it was it not full of money ? Were you not
alwa) s well treated when yon came to mo ? Did I
not serve the Chief Nahaolelua and our friends
Kaai and Knpcna faithfully 1 Did they ever havo
trouble by reason of my wrong doing r I ask
these questions because I hear that there are some
in this land who say to you not to vote for me.
Wm KOT VOTE rOB ME ?
Can an honest man who loves his country, our
king and chiefs, give you any good reason whr
shoald not voto for mo as your representative'?
Jou to yon that no honest officer of our government
has any reawu to fear me in the Assembly.
No But if there has been wrong doing if money
has been stolen or wasted they have reason to
fear exposure. I say to yon that if I find wrong
doing I will expose it, and 1 believe that Kawainui,
Kunufakea and Kalaukoa will support mo. I was
your represcntativo in 1872 and no ono worked
narder for your rights than I did. I was also in
the Assembly that made the kindly Lunalilo, King
of our land and cast my voto for him.
Some of tbo persons whose names ore upon the
other tickets have also served as representatives,
and I havo to nsk you what did they do for our
land, or for yon 1 What has Kaulukou done that
ho should aslc you to vote for him. He was the
servant of the ministers not of tha people and
he received bis pay, spending your money on a
visit to Japan. What has bo done that bo should
ask you to voto for him and refuse me. Will he,
or can he, search out the wrong doing o( the
ministers. Will he expose their wrong acta, or
will he support any other person who tries to
wrong doing ot the ministers. No, he
will not, neither will Baker or Lilikalani or the
I hear that Kaulukou says that hU is the chief's
ticket, and that if you do not take his ticket and
voto it our chiefs will be Eet aside. Do not believe
this talk. Lam as truo n friend of our King and
chiefs as this young courtier Kaulnkou.
There are weighty things to come before tbe
and you should send to consider these matters
men who are true to you, not thoso who aro
tho servants of tbe ministry. Never send as your
representative to the Assembly any person who is
a government officer. The questions of tho Bonds
of tbo government; The money we should borrow.
The government lands. The question of taxes,
Tbo waters of Nuuanu, Makiki and Manoa. Wise
public improvements; all these andothersof equal
importance will have to be considered. I promise
you that if you. by your ballots put me in tbo Assembly,
I will stand firm for ejial riyhlt or
And I ask you to send to help me my
friends who are upon the ticket with me. We will
stand together for the rights of our king and
chief s and our country. Look well to your ballots
before putting it in the box vote with your eyes
My friend', as you go from here remember
wnat l nave saia to you. xra your uuty
to-morrow without fear, whether too are soldiers
or police or citizens you have a right to vote as
you please. No one has a right to force yon to
vote the government ucJcet or any other, xou are
free men. Let it be said from Hawaii to Niihaa
that tho voters of Honolulu voted without ear
and sent no government officers to the Assembly
Tbe government ticket tried to have a meeting
last night but failed dismally. In spite of all tho
money that has been poured out tho Hawaiians
mean to be Independent charm the Premier never
Bemember that a little Hop Bitters saves big doctors'
bills, and cures when all else fails. Bead ad.
American Waltham Watches
AwardedTero Gold Medals. Theonlymedalaaward.
ed t or Watchee, Melbourne International Exhibition
The only Gold Medal; also, and font
Brat pnaet , Sydney, 1S7J.
Tbe Oold Medal, rarla.lSTS. Four First Prlae Med,
The nncqnaled anccesa of these Celebrated Watcher
hxe produced a host of worthless fmitaUons. Buyers
will observe the Trade Mark, "Waltham. Visa,"
on the plate .rail Genuine Waltham Watches
oold eaeea are stamped A. W. Co.. 1st., or Ilk-,; and
Silver cases are stamped American Wato' Company,
Waltham. Mass. Blerlins. Wily
Fino Front Oftlco to Let I
rTrtiti: nrrtcr. roiatF.nw bt
m. JosfjihE. Wiseman. Esq., adjoining the Gazette
Offlce. Ttrma most favorable. .
K ?-Address UAZETTE OFFICE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
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Willhatre ttnickDilpatcHforthB abovePort
For f relent or passage appl j to
W II. nACKTELD X CO.. Asens.
The At American Bark
J P CROSSLET. Captain.
Will Lcarc for the aliOTo Tort on or
about FEB. 5th, 1884.
?- For Vrelcbl and rassage baring fine accommo
lions; applr to
301 CASTLE COOKE. Acents.
HiNu. 1 t ccmiiAxmat,
Wm Irate Ilonolnla each Tndaj at 4 I 1L, f.w
MiaUta. Matfni. JUbnkona Kawalhae,
and IIIlo, ArriTin; at IIIlo early Ttmrsuiy
morning, Wil' Irate IIIlo each Thnrdaj at noon;
Mahnkona each Friday at 4 I It.; Kawaihae at 1 A. M.
or NatanLnr; Makma a a A. M.; Maalara at 7:30 A. 31.,
and Lahafni at 9:30 A.M., reaching Honolulu each
PASSENGER TKAIN from Nlalll will Icaie each
Friday at 1 X. 31 to connect wlihthe
The Klnaa WILT, TOUCH at IlonoVala and Taaahau
on (Sotrm trip for I'a? sentr? , If a signal Is made from
tST Steamer Klnan will not take heart freight far
Laopabochoe. U;ht freight and packages onlr. All
heary freight for the abote port will be laken'by the
Steamer Likelike '
VOS MC1I3IIDT. : : COJIJlA.tIEH.
Will Lcarc llonolalanpon the following dates at 3
Thursday. Dec ..OTIThnrpday. Jan .31
.MonujT, ucz iijJionaar, tfo n
ThtirMay.Jan lOiThnreday, Fel .....31
Monday, Jan SllHon day, March 3
Taking freight for LahaIna,MaalaeatMakrna,
Kawalhae. raatrtan, llonokala, Kobolalele,
Ookala, Lanpahochoe, Hakalan. Unomea. Taakaa,
rnp.ilkoa,VAinaka and Win. ICetarniog will tooth at
all the abore ports.
All lite Stock from Kawalhae most be shipped by the
I.OKKXZKV, : : COJIJI ANI)EIt,
Will teare Honolulu each Monday at 5 P. M., fur
lukoo, Hnelo, Hana, Makaalae, Klpahaln and
'nn; and at Keanac crery other week.
J te turning will loach at Laha.na, I'tikoo and Kanoa
kakal. rcachimr Uonolnla Frldar P.M.
3ICUKEUOK, s t co.njiAMi;n,
Will leate Honolnln each Mondar V. M for the wind-
ward side of Oahn. Will go by may of Walalaa, when
crer inmcicni inunccmeni oners, rcinrning CTery
cuTha Company will not be responsible for any
freight or package unless receipted for, nor for per
tonal baggag unless plainly marked, ?f ot responsible
for money or Jewelry unless placed In charge of the
AH possible carer will be taken of Lire Stock, bat the.
Company will notassumo any risk nf accident.
SAM'L. O. WILUEIt, President;
S. B. KOSE, Secretary.
OFFICE Corner Fort and lneen Streets.
Honolulu, Dec ID. 18S3. 387
- OF THE -
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Will Hun Regular Tor Kona anil Kau
Leaves Honolulu at4 p.ni.on
Frldar. Jan lllFridtv.Feb 21
Tuesday. Jan.... .........53 Tuesday. March.. - I
Feb..., . 1 Friday.. March
Tnesday,Fcb ..12! Tuesday Starch....
Arrives nt Honolulu on
Friday. Jan lSiFridar.Feb
Tuesday, Jan 7J Tuesday. March.... . ..II
Friday, Feb 8 Friday, March..
Tuesday, Feb.... I9
leaves Honolulu every Tuesday, at 5 p. m,,
for Hawiliwili, Koloa, Steele and waimea,
Kauai. Eetuminj, leaves Nawiliwili every
Stmr. JAS. 1YTAKEE,
Leaves Honolnln every Thursday, at 3 p. m.,
for Kapaa & Xilanea. Returning, leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. m, and touching
at Waianae both ways.
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
leaves Honolnln Every Tuesday, at 4 p.
for Kukuihaele, Honokaa and Faanhan. He-turning,
arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
eT OFFICE of the Company, foot of Kilauca Street
near tbe P M S S Wharf. STT tf s
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE Nn.i:.M)II HTKAII.1II11'
Ami the Nplciiilltl rftemii.hll
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SIR FRANCISCO
On or abont Monday Feb. 18.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
rm; "trix.tmii hteahmmit
CITY OF SYDNEY !
On or about February 26, 1884,
for Freight nnd Pmsuct. applr l
1WJ 2c. II. IIACKFKLD A CO. Af vnts.
UtHMlit lor .llilnmetit pfrSleamer can nt
be Stored, Frccol Clmrjre.ln ihe M"
MnrcinMiic nrnr inesienmer it imri.
The Act nU here are now prcpired to
Issne Tickets to IS an Francisco and Kclnni,
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP 0.
THE MAGXIFICEST SEW 1T.0X .YTKAJIMIlrS
..laripoNi. and Alameda
Will Loavo Honolulu A. San Francisco
On tho 1st and 13th of Each Month.
I'ASSEMiErtS mar hue their naract booked !u advance
by applT.nj at ibe ofitce of the Agent.
2" Faisenstrrs by thla tine ire hereby notified that
they wilt beallowetirwpoondi of Uk FHEE by
me iTCTiana lunway wncn uaTenn; cmiu
Exenrilon Tlcketa lor the round trio. SIS. pood to
retara by any of the Company' Mramen within P
MERCHANDISE Intended for f Moment br this
will be received free of charge In the Company' New
areuotHc. ana recejpw isnea lor Bime. maaraace
on JtercbandUe in the WarehonaewllI beat owner
wm. a. inwix cc,
!& A;enU O. tf. a. Co.
Hortgagee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose
MOTICK IS IIEItEBY GIVKX
that ponnanttnapower of tale contained la &
uri.l , Ja-J J.. S(rr 4l. -. ta.a tUatt
kau a uiin i,,asc uccu, uaitCM uiv iviu w. uac, a3CJ.
nude by Albert Snnter and Sarah Suoter hla wife, of
iionomiB, to aanrora u iKie.inuiee lorueiirnr
micorf . and for a breach of the condition of aald
ea:e deed, all the property eonreyed by raid mortjije
oeea. win titer mrre wcces rrem mia oaie,
for f ale by public a action.
SA31F03D B. DOLE,
833 St Trnttee for Kmser minora.
Mortgagee'! Notice of Foreclosure and of
TXACCOIUJANCK WITH A VOVT
JL er of file contained In a certain nKOTzage made by
Apltl and Kaioaaole to A J Cartwrisht Tnu(e of tho
Holt Ezute,dated the 15th day or Z)ecMnber 188S recorded
in liber ". pa;e lfl Notice la hereby jfj? en
that said mort?ate is tends to foreciote ld mort,
for condition broken, and epos raid foreclosure will
wit at public anetlon at the Mlearoom of B FAdama In
Honolulu, on VOSDAV. the 11th day of lTcbrnarr.lSSt,
at is ji. oi ram Bay, me premise, aescnoea to
tnortcage aa Deiow epecued.
Fnrlher nartlcnlars ean Ih. hsd nt TCnrfa.fl. as
A. JAIITWlllOnT, Mortgagee,
Premises lobe sold are situated In Eaalaea.
Oaho, andeonaistof flneKaio or
lUes; Uad, ism, under cultivation. 991 M
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wlce, toiicfllleii and retHrorti. ship throoghoat the
United states and Foreijft ''oontries Merchandlie,
Cnrio. .te- from the Kinmlom. rw Always OAdrlne
your frlrnds abroad M end i'arerln, I'rkwm. Im-
uriicrs, ami .iiHiey utjva innHnn
Kiriant Co.. whoff Asneles are etabflahed In all
lirje cltle on thn Pon't confide the Bzpcnsr
when eend.nt throogh n, as we will Uamntep you
Satisfaction In eTery particnlar and hold onrrelY" re-i
ponslblr In all oar nndirttkln.
Apsnt for tlioHanlblo & St. Jo, and
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON AND QUINCY RAIL ROADS.
These Honda are the most Cmafortabsa and Inviting
Roads soin East. Tnnrls t vrtll nnd tha Scenery, tae
Palace cars, the Station Restaurant alona the.e ronta
most Invltlnz and rrperlor. and Letters will be given
to all Travelers and Tourists ajolnr either a 1st or nd
class, passengers to the Principal Agent In 8an Francisco
vrho will take srircUl nalna In making yon acquainted
with Railway ofitcial. through letterr m that
yourtrlpwlllbe most enjoyable to the end.
Roal state Aceuta.
WE BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE
In all parts of the Kingdom. Search Records and attend
completely to every branch In Selling Real and
Leasehold I'rotiertr. Our Oface will contain maps of
all Properties iff tin our charge- We make a specialty
In Collecting Rents, fceeping Frentlae. in retaif,
and discharging Taxes, Water lartea and effecting
Insurances. Owners of iroperty ahonlrl bear In mind
that n e will relieve thent from givtnc their attention to
rroperty.iruaranteeing at all limes to act with ears
for a nominal consideration for aervlcee in thla department.
Rooms, Cottages and Mansion" to let at all
times on application to ns.
Wo Supply all Kinds of Holp,
Both malt and fnnals In all the mrioas branches of
indaetry on these lilands.
..penis, rianters, and Merchinta gtiwmtiy shonhl
notify ns when racanciea axisr as we will furnish no
help such as Clerks, Salesmen, Mechanics
or laborers nnless well recommended to ns.
Chinese Herrant and Female Semnts will be applied
to families at abort notice, for which a nominal
commission Is exacted.
Idlfo and Plro Insnronco Agent..
We feci it a doty to call erery man's attention (particularly
a man of family) to keei his Life Insured fur
the benefit of his Family who to often are dependant
upon bis labors for their support Yotutif mm and
mechanics would And It the must pleasant dnty of
their llres to takeout lollcyon tha Tontine" principal
as in a few years should they llso they will
hare sufficient fun-Is to vntrnze In btuinats with a neat
capital to back Wa (arte yoa to call oa when
wo will take plea tare In lllaairaiins; to yon how brnel
cial it Is foryonr rt fare to bv Insored!
Kvery man who owns Propesty shoald remember that
"Fire, thatciln.metenxtfsyfUii makes the rich, or
well-to-do, ptHtr and poverty stricken. Let this be a
warnln to yon and call on m af one nnd protect
MONTY TO LOAN !
FR0D1 SIOO TO $10,000 ON FIRST-CUSS SECURITY
Custom House) Brokers.
We hare made epeelal arranzemenU whereby we can
nter (ioods at the C attorn IIon thronsth f'ower of
Attorney and wo call opon all merchants astd
to make na their Agents at once. Our charge
for this work Is very Reasonable sad w will Kaler
(ioods, pay and discharge Freight and lX.tr mils, and
deliver your good direct to your place of Ifueiaeaa in
prompt order. Mereua.u and will and
this of ffreat adrantas to them in every way.
General Basin cu Agents.
Oar ion; acinsiniance wtth tJWlllaaM Uuastansiity
well known and we Inferably keep Inviolate all basi
nets matters of a private nature. Business men who
will intrust their commercial matters to tfs mnr alwav
feel safe in so dies;. Wc study tbe )nrt?ts of or
cllanta at all times and advise on all business topics
cart fully, based on oar best judgment.
In the General U ashless Department we attend bt
everything in the Commercial line, such as the follow-In';,
via: .Vooks and accounts kept and ad justed accurately,
neatly and sat ief actor Uy UUi Collects
promptly, ami procaedlnsa taken aenlnst cnrdltor
when com pult Ion minlrea a aoeedy nettlemDi; Lenl
Papers of every description, suca a Deed"', Boooji,
Mortjtayes, lillls of oalc, Lease. Wlllr, Partaerfhip
Papers, Ac, drawn. ALSO Advertisement?, Itottcrs,
Artie les.L'ommunicaiions and CorrepMidene written.
ALtIO Memorial drafted and Hnifroaed, Drafts,
Notes, Ellis or Exchanjre, Lettera of Credit, and Hankies
natters gencrallr attended to.
All Orders Front the Various Islands
To ns will receive promptness. We esn ranks al
the Lowest Market Rates and mock more reasonable
than ton can, and we Inspect cscsvthtaa; before we
bur and therefore It Is to yoar Inteteet to vw& your
orders to ns as we then and thn
small commission yoa par ns rlss than what your
purchases amount to buying as tow ! bee tMnft
correspondence to ns we Uke plrasurc In
snsweiin without delay.
We invite everyone to inspect oar new and cpaclonsof
flees and as wj bar) all oar apartments worklas andera
syitenutic rnlo with poHtc assisums central location
and special adyantafcs for conducting our bnstnesa we
feel that the community at large wttl be rratlfled in
knowta that such a beneficial tastknUon has seen
establUhed where the wants of all may be supplied by
Your Most Obedient Servants,
Wiseman & AsUey,
General Busluess Agents,
CdUnpbfllra Hew Block, Herchant St, Hooolala.
r. O. BOX 315. TBLBFUHSE 173
a p. s-Oar Christmae aad Xesr Tsar's Bnoka
ar, ready and on application or by tetter we will present
or send yoa one. is
Itt 1. Wiseman and Mr. Ashley desire to taint the
public generally for their Jiberabfe natronaga bestowed
anon them while sepsrately enndncting nnatnaja in
Honolnln aa f leneral Business Agents and they trust a
LIBERAL S1XAII of natfonan. for the nsw ffrat fn
tir fntsre. It
SUTItEME COUKT OF THE HA.
tMM OMIOLWS A. SCOTT. ,f B1mSZSS
dar of Janotrr, A. D. MM. ken tmnuTt m
bale Court, and petition. Cot tho m iw s2
the Issuance of tatter tertamenur. tn sanVnT
Seott ka.Ug been lied br Jeka A. rater?. "
It la keteo. ordered. Uat rKlDAT, tk.3M n
February. A. U. MM. at It) eUck A. JU nH tor it
Conrt KoMR of nM riant. It CknMera, s
Hteolalw be. and tke uu. u nerlkr apntMaj t
time for ormlar aM will and heating mm iml
cation, vnes and uhera an, nensa lilemied but an.
It le hither ordered, thai be rtnata
pnbHcatbra. for three far th
ttrwVf, Prta'ed MHhe4 ha
Dated Itonolirn, II. I.. J Jnnarj . A. D. UN,
Chief J .slice of lie nsma Otrart.
IltunT rm. Depnty Clerk. t n
tn Tire cotnrr or
1 the Hawaiian Kstrdm.
KALAKAUA. be the Utne,.f Godaf
To WILLIAM C. PA8IOt. MmM H the ,.
dom. or hl Uesntjr Uiimm
Yo, are hereby eonusanded to runntm KnTsri a
WISEMAN. Defendant la csa, ah. .slHftiSSe,
answer wllMn Iwenlr d.j. after aerrtcn hereof la aw
and appear before the Mid Pnpresa. t'owrt nt tit. Jasm.
are Tern thereof, to be hoMen at the CMrrtBe.aa.thVr
L'onrt Hemic. Henohshi. la the Island f Oman. en Jle.
day. the th day or January nut. at t ok.t . as..
enow cans, why the claim af Joseph a . alscnm
riaintta aboaM not be awarded him aarruat is taw
tenor af him annexed petition.
And hare y then there thla Writ, wftk Ml retara
of yoor proccsdl.ni tfcerera.
Wrrtlt, Hon. A. rRASCls JCBB
Mel or ike ChiefJestrnofOnr Snarne Cmmti
, irnprenseCoart j tnl. Jso day of Dec-at-?7 P. tm
VtuuM tfetna. Clerk.
J 'S"fi "t "" " U wUMb aneseia.
ed KnclU Wwui and aa she cannot be fond re
thla Klaedom I hereby return the anmntawe anrJ
ISHaed) Mt. c. rAtoi
Ilonolnla. ilec. Wh. KB.
IIAWAIL13 ISLAND. I.titxl .r n.w. . .
I hersby cerUfr that the wtthta and" foregota 1 a
.S.?J,,i,,i WPJ ". i" O"!
la the libel tor illrorce. Jaacpti K. Wleemaa n. Earett
Wiseman, and alms of the Marshal, man: and thai
Use Snnffenie Cart, at tne January Term. Clr.tnaa,
ordered the caMeoatlnned totheneitAnrHTems.a.ta.
Iwl, and that la the meantime, aa attested cwy of aaM
commons be printed a by the atatnt.
.aid Bmella Wiseman to answer at aaM Arm
lx wtTXK.a wherof. I have bcrenaUt net My aaad and
the Seel of th"Spreme Court at l!elr..Ht.5B.
lay of January. A. D. iml William nwrrn
Cleta Snpreca. CWt
T TUX SLTKEME ruimr nv
JL Hawaiian Klnmiom
KALAKAUA. Be the f Inc. of IUJ fsk. n...is
T. WILLIAM-C rABKK. Ea JJarthal oft.. Kinc,
dosn. orbUDepat; Oiurnriaa:
.. yfy.MSJ? cwmmanded to wnsm AETnUB AJt,
EUIlrrTDttitad.ua. la case ha ib.H tin wrtttrweV
awer wIUhb. twenty day. after aerrie. hereof, t. and
appear before the Supreme Conrt at the January Ten.
thereof, to be hciiden at ihe Conrt Room f tki Court
Moose. Ilonolnla. In the Island of Oaka. oa Monday
tbe seveath day of January next, nt W .nlock s. as.'
lo show cans, why the claim af KIIXJLA fwi
lMalntiS. ahonld net be awarded her nstmaat to aa
tenor of anaxed petition.
And haca ;oa then there thla writ, with faN return
of your prorcedtnaa lhcrean.
Wrrjaa.. HON. A. rTLVSCI.H JrtlD rvwf r..u
of our Sapremc t'oort. 1Mb IJth day nf Oct, A. D. ta.
SI Hanar Snmt. Depnty Carta.
Arthur A. U. Kllsult, I return the within; summons t
nerved aa he is net to he found in tbo Khtedoat.
Js2!? w ' rAKXi. Jtanhat.
, . .
Honolnln. Nov. M, ism.
HAWAIIAN IS LANDS, Island .f
I hereby mrlfy that th. wtthin and foreastoe as a
ffs.,V?v?.'lfc,,!rw ' ,k-. "tal SummenTutJVnei,
Elliott, and assent the Marshar. return- and that tha
Sapremo Court, at the January Term. A.O.tmi, cedT
ed the cM continued to thenextAnrtlTerm, AJXIftM.
that In the meantime an attested copy of said
be printed aa praecrlbed by the Junta rrnntrstc
aid Arthur A. B. mitoit to answer at UeraMAsefi
lit wnnnae whereof t have hereanto eet my hand
mill and Seal of tha Supreme Court at ni
Inra. thlt 3Ha day of January, .V D. tM.
W18t Cleih Saptemn Conrt.
SU1MCK3IK COURT OV THE IIA-
. 7ii.n,!,l,?;fei. ,D ,n " ta.
"f? ' " Ulghness RUTH KIEUKOLASt. b.
of llonelula deceased. At Chambers before CWrf
S"!I.5. a?.v.?!"i K'o'Ph W. Mejet. Elrentar.
of than III of Her Highness Rath Keetiaolaal. tat. f
i'S'lft'i wherrta they ask v hs aranni
$ISt,05(.ra, ami charg. themtelvr. with tajrjs.
i fit that the same may ba examined antlanemnt.
and tJht a Itnal erdrrmay bs made disclurgtsr thrnt
and flielr sureties from all farther resron.ibfm t as
It is ordered, that TTESDAT, the Mb day af Malta
Lhief Jnslier. at Chambers, in lh. Csmrt Hearr at
Honolulu, brand the same hereby Is appointed ta tax
time and phtcn for hearing aahl petlttea, and seesaws,
and that all persons Interested mar then and tkerr ss
pear and show eaase, iranr ther hare, why th.aasn
shonM not be granted and that, thla eider, an
Ihe English and Hawaiian taagaasee. be naMtsard s
the IlaWAiux OaxiTrg and Knot., newspapers prtotael
and pnbllshsil In llonom'a. fee three seeeesrive week
prevfoas lo the Ume Ukereta appasntrd foe sard aarta.
Dated al Honolulu. II. I, this ni day Jan. A. D- ISM.
Chief JmII Smb. sv
Attest : Huibv Mnrm. Uepnly Cletk M It
CUl'JsIillK COL'KT OF T1IK 1 1 A-
yj waiian Islanda. tn rmkavr -la the
' ..miiw oi n iuuiam u. m. At,wTirt, wrcetsed
Order la bsr cause on applteatsM at adattalstiater
for onler of sale of real estate.
On readins; and nlrng the petltmt Charles T.
llek. administrator of the estate af William L. 31. Ans
tin. deeeased, praying far an order ot sale or tertan
real estate beloadnz to saM esute situate ta
Uonolaln and Kimanannl. Walraa. Oahn. and
setting forth, eertsln legal reasons why sneh teal estate
should be sold.
It Is hereby ordered, that tbe neat af alri .f the ,aM
dreedenl and all persons Inlerrstnl in the sard estate,
appear before Ihl. eoart on rillDAT. tha Iftreata dar
of febraary. A. . mt. at M .'eloek a. m.. at tbe Cm
itoorn or mu Loert. In Honolnln. then and User.
show cause why an order shoald ns be granted ftrr the
sal. of such estate:
')5il ! '"j" eedered, that a cpy of this aeder be
published at least three snseesslva weeks befsre the
ra.ij u mirsf. m me iiawaru oa
Knokoa newspapers pabllshrd in said Keaorasn.
inns Jionoinrn, ll. I Jan. Klh, ni.
A. If JUDD
Vr v hlefJustk.!!upretaeCsrt.
"-TH UIIH. wwuij KTI.
SUIMUSJCB COURT OV THK HA-...
?M Islands. la the matter of TTllUiAM K.
WALK Kit, a vnlaalary banarapt. mm. to credttwis
for hearing proof of their claims. ns.w. v. .
TaensM n Walker of Ilonolnla. having this day bees
adjudged a bankrupt at a hearing before the aald Jer
. ?i " "rd'red that nolle, be given ta 1st errdHors
of said bankrupt lo present their claims and prove their
debts, and that one pnblfeatlm mad.tnerear toe
three eoasecalive weeks ta the Hawaii Outm
..JSA"'? "?,,c '' IT '' " XWSVAT.
the 1Mb dar of February. A. D. fsw, at .atock a. ns.
at the Court Itoora In Allhslanl Hale, In said llonotasa.
Is the time and place for an saeh credttort t. sswear
and prove said claims. "
Dated Honolnln, Jan. Kth. tsai.
W3' HENIIY SMITH. Uepnly cletk.
SUPREME COUKT OF TIIE1L
WAIIAN I8LASDS. In the natter or jiitTeT
V. tOUEirTMOJI, . xiiVr
j.rthS sf." " rmot " ,St" B'fi" vr
"".7. 5"- J'r.0" ' "onotnla. kail.; this day
j?Jf & b"t'P. hsarlne befeA th. wft
Jnstice, It was ordemT that notice Vs gtrea tota.
credllors of said bankrupt to present thetfelalms and
prove their debt, and that Ju. pnbHtallm b. tnii
Oba,rrrn'new,prper'K""" W"k,, ""
a. m., at the Court Itoom. In AIHoUnt fill. .?t?i
Honolulu, la the time and place for all such ererfti.
to annaar and srats saw claims.
Dated Honolnln. It. Jannarr tain, isnx
'Wl K IIBSKT 8MITI1. Deputy Clerk.
CUIMtEJIE COURT OF THK HA.
KJ walUn Islands In I'mbato In the matter af th.
Brtate of A.NTONE COSTA of IIoiof.hr m"
Intnute. Before Mr. Justice aSiCullyr
On readln' and ttllng the petition nf Kela Casta
(widow) of Ilonolarn. alrrgln; that Antsnev c.rZe
lleaolnlu. died Intestate .,& Ho2of.ta?o So ,5,'
MM Honolurn. sod mat litters of vlmbCtra.
Hon issue to bet, the saM Iteta Costs. ""setatfa.
II is ordered that WEDNESDAY the tub rf..
Keb.ry A D. tSJIa, lOoetocki m"be Sd h,by
l.appolnted for hearln?Mld petition ktasVwtni
J."ti!?V '.? ,M C?"rt 1&om ' Court, ill ItntsolZUr
at which time and place all perKm. COTcirVed may at
peer and show cause, ir any they have, why th. ianS
lbtl ""' "
la the English hngnae for three successive wetk'1
the IllwiuiM Oliarra newspaper la lloinlsls 15
mu" " 'w" mlnlttiil?7f25
Dated Honolnln, II. I.. Jan. l, A. D Bai
Wbsst: Jnstleanf Supreme Conrt.
llanar Snrrw. Deputy Clerk. ttjei
CUPJtEJIE COURT OF Tim ltl
KJ wsllan Iiaivds In Urn matfrof the bsnkruatair
f AOCIIIILUD O.KEUU. Order ot ..ikfSYnS
intr for proof of claims. "
L poo the filing of the netlllon of Archibald B, Kent
or iienoiaintiecJai rlnghfmselt a bankrupt and
to be adjudicated .
' ordered that Jf UXDAt
... . -
raKaranat vaa 1 1 1 k ausaa
Chambers In the ; Court Itoom. Ilonoluln. be Tf. tt5I
? ft". 'V "Ji""'''' "W bankruptcy If It I. '.51
pnled and also for
credllors of said baakrank t. mZ
",'lSL.'' "'" M.hal take leleTif
said pejlllonei . property and tnat this
!i!;,SriW.e.,per,'",l" """ ' " "'"
Dated Uonolnla. II. I. Jan. 9th. lsHL
UENrf. II. AUSTIN,
ATrt7,' fasllce ot the Supreme Court
Deputy Clerk. j,r.
T X ciL3UIKns circuit.tudo'e;
District. Hawallsn Islands. In Pntial
-la the mailer of the Estate of JOHN BOARDMAN
of BabnlaL Jlaui. deeaaard.
On reading and Mag the petition of Amy Laata
Kin-, praying this Cm Mo order that dhmnatsset b.
caade nt ih. property real snd person. I. of Is. lets
John lloarduun of slsnnlul. Masl. deeessed. In
dividers under the Will or Ihe said deceased.
It Is ordered that WEDNESDAY, Ih. X!lh dsy ef
rebraary. ISM, al 1 p. m. at tke Conrt lions, la
Maal, be set as the lima snd place for hearlag Ih.
said petition and any ebrretlfns that msrb. mad.
thereto: and U. E. Boardmaa and n. W. WttifMig, th.
dnly qnallfted eaecntors of lh. Will of the saU John
Beardaua. deceased, and any other persons having aa
Interest In said estate, are hereby aotlaed to attend.
Circuit Judge l twi. Ws. II. I.
Labaina, Jan. ISth. IWI. SSI 41
In the Supreme Court of Brithh Colombia.
rS THEMATTKR OFTilK ESTATE
nf EDWAUD KELLY, deeeased. and la Ihe matter
nf the Petition of MAUY SCOTT and lb. Truster Act,
By order of thla Honorable Court the betre.f Kdererd.
Kelly, lata of Nanalmo, British Columbia, wbtr drctt
abont th. !ith day of April. 1769. are to send Is their
claims to Jamee Cbarle. Prevmt, the Registrar nf th.
Curt, or to Slessrs. Davie at Wilson, of Lsagter street.
Victoria. Attorneys for Ihe petitioner, within tare,
months from the dale hereof, otherwise th. estate will
be realized and the proceeds thereof paid totha saaa
peiltloaer. who claims tn b. solely entitled IberetOL
Dated the Bth day of November. A. D. ispci.
By order. J. MIES CIIAULEW rUKTOST.
aa am g unrein. Court. British CnhsniM..
3Iorlsa;et'!. .lmemlcd 5otlee or Fortr.
ore and ct Sale.
. . " 0,.!iS ""'" itertala laortgar. made br
Ueons and Jfaboe Harder to Daalel
dated the lira day of March, lisi recorded & Irber
, page aw; notice ta Hereby given that eatd tnctalge.
Intends to roneJ.se said mortgage, foe caaJslT.n
broken, and upon aald foreclosure win sell M aaMU
anetlon at tha salesroom of K p Adams la Henohriu.
on MONDAY, tha I tth day of rebmarr JtM, at Ha'
noon of said day. th. premises descrl bed In said,
gage as below specitied.
nrthee wartlealar. ... ti. had ttt W It iUt It.
UABisbr. Till . jiortswee.
Premleeatobeswldaresltaateilon theeasterty sblo
or LIHha street, having a froarag. of abont 71 feet with
a depth nt 311 fcit, wlUianLat the rau, Bsaatsxtk
rear line nf satd lot 10 feet ana th. lot evmurl.e.
about ?; or an- acre, it ad)olna the old Peas.
kalo and kala land atntoatitianoluta'.
for a cnmsodlcs honeitejd, on 41