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HnaolaJs vai do If chxfiiclrd fa joor palaroc
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to ejtne And take lu d load.
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bw hnfllmml wrir in tins rmyHinpniI Grant.
"hirL rtiTironnl fort lnl"n tmniduil
f anil j tmnt conntmrdvf liw fnttirr. Oit IaIc
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niitiuc wwr ylL L. Vultnce RuU,tljuUnt
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who alowl thrbniulol tbr allboncb Ucy
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! wbo Are nt ititimntcj ncqaiinirij with
viUief.on ACOAtrtof tbemtoy iunufAr
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rctmitnof theMim nomWf troin ntctMU.
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bAtties, And eAoti cmumnudrd a diiiMon aI tlie
buttle vt bbduk. lliera bovrrrft th Martliinlb
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WKDNKSDAY. DECrMIIKU J7. 16t
-. v- - tmni n mtiiv in tlmt fclowinir nn
bichliasloonpivpD to tba IVpiilent ot
llic Bonnl of liPHllu una iiw irianons wt
n convictwl qnL TL IVidpnt now
Ftnd w4f convict as a man who has
ImApn Uip law Up onlerrJ an ofEci f
the I5oanl to ImwiV the law And rtjil he
MmhM IVPsident of tie Board AMiat
nrp'yon rninp to 1o nlom. itf
ti. nirnmimiiit jintl llit merchants
Tlvn nmnt in ti mnrfnion UPOD tllP sil
vrr .question np tn tlic prownt Tbc
OhiunWr of Oomraicr hold ft 'meeting
SntnnU. Imt the nave
not liwn mncV pnblir Thi- Cnlnnot baa
n long conf'tnp x-tnlnj: artomoon.
Imt si far as wo can learn no definite line
of action n wttlwl npon It ii n preat
jniv trial pomi wroni cauiim.u'i
ii ccmH 1 if the GoTirnment onlT tnol
to act in consonance with the new of onr
nirn la' delay in nimnling an ample
niijlv of oM to miTt the requirements
of tiio sold Art tncrease the final loss both
lo the Oovcrnmcnt and indiridnaK for
the more it m seen that gold i Bcarcc the
dearer will lie the gold and the levi the
tulne of the Hirer The tendency of going
on as at jiresont, to silver instead
of gll. and tn Miter deposits for gold
i Terj dangeron. for everr
one ht a Rhort snpplj of
gold raeanic. it tliat gold commands
n lirenilllin. lliai mntT 1 m n umm. uuu
that eichnnge ib high. It moans that
tlM nlin fliireg!Jil 110 law of the land
and the fip.t lmneifilev of finance will do
more harm than thej winvTcrntone for
So TirtEE was Uie lliitUT among the Tor
rign Office doves Uie oilier daj. jnst as we
Uionglit there lie Tliere is an
iiiuiienM) amount of irtue jmt fortli and
we an- told that tlie (iAzrm
iu corrupting liylinlmshoinejonUi
; tltn Rnvpmmiiit pmiilor " e can us
imre the Mmiitors that there is absolntel
no nhsl of going oni of one's w ay to bribe
Goieniment documents, us we hare before
staled nre nlmotliawksl ronnd the striets
l"Vr pjiriTBto pun. docamenU belong
ingto tlie department hae Ix'en. and to
Uiolvstof onrknowledg'' are at this Tery
moment, not in the jrigeon that they
onghtlolie Lile master like man,' is a
mio.1 ftmnrh uruvcrb: and it the heads of
UmtjTiUiftd, what can thorcipect even their
nmfinrntinl dertH to 1m
cations, clcr i a tcit as true as it is trito
and the example set is wxin learned The
Jliuistrj are sold right and 1-ft b their
own men j nen is nottiing u ih won
iliTiil at m this A rule of fear is a ray
liiffcrentrulefrom thBt of and loro.
lly fear the Jlinister of 1'oreign Affairs
tries lo rule, the result ls'ing that he gets
liii'Ii into office who licl hi bouts liefore
his face and curse htm liehind his back.
Ur taking ndiantage of the ojiHirtnmties
which the Minister fvrrrt cm us weareable
lo pTp tho imblic tho information we hare
i often li-n in the receipt of l'oor
man. it is n baa uun' i" i
a o ilistnistpu nntl w pvea away,
tun hj his If he would listen
to our julricc, ' jnuid n-commend his
kwtiini; nnrthin:; h wnntwl crri't in his
iwn lioom. a wlneprr tn tbr pnlarc or tho
ruaignjumco 4-are k rencn u iuc
tf sJ,S.' J.?,. . '
The inattw. in tipw of thr
mmtihratiunv m dne to the
.- 5 j luessing of n ct i jncorujinleiits, nnu rUo
III m ' uiciaii iuni vi jji'muu -
tliftUmt cuuutrj anJ tliat it taken a consul
rrnlile lime for t pas- to
niid fro, i one upon which n kuwI ileal wf
romance writing can In June m the Got
crmentiwnman ' In tliih lem naid jen
man has inilolgviL but Jo er little pnr
nHe, fo'ritisoxcoodmglyHonbtfnlif Lont
Graurillcor Mr (tlailtoiiiMi)l
Vy Uin weiphl of tbeir opinion exprohed
in print, nuy inonj than Uiey will be by
tlie letter which il i nnl thej hav MDt,
or intend to send direct tothe Jntih Tor
As far as we can leam. tt to the prent
tvriUn no answer ha Ixeti sent tti the
Iritisl i CoiutnisRioner bwe, iK'yond th
Imiiv fctalement that the llmwni.m (Soiern
inent t givinc considfrabli attention to
the fiul'ject Tho Hnwaimu Jhmster or
Foreign Aflttirn has made statements re
cently. to the effect that Jjnrd (numlle
linsnot had tho cjLseproiM'rbj put before
hitn. feel inclined for oiicw to agree
with the Minister e donbt whether
Ijord GnWTillo f ullt understands what the
llawauan official did lie has bad lieforo
lam the whole rorrciondenci' on the mat
ti r. Imt be cannot know, f r mi few
do know, the whole of tuelmek stairs ston
of the .Vrtrfrrt" lie cannot know the tiettv
allempts Rt franii the meau offers made
to parties in the town, the rottenness that
tinderinj the whole fi.neinment action
Had lie known all that, his letter would
have lteen tuneb tArongn
Tlie letter w slronir euoinrli. in nil ahi
wienci, e-en as it K Diilomn1ielnugnnge
iMAlwnA eimrteous. imt peculiar phrases
hate tleejHT uieauing than the casual
reader is apt to attach to tLvm A"hen
the Urittsh (toernraent wmle that this
conutrj had "committed an unfncndh
act. it mount what it said.nudit meant that
until the casein disimte was settled, we
need not look for favors ot anything l-e
from that quarter That the owners of
the J'HlffW will Ik indemnified there can
tie no doubt, and all the aoring m the
wvrld will not alter tbe rase The tax
will hate to thunk the Minister f
oreigu Affairs for hating to put their
hand in their iiockets
Tux (Sold Iaw was meant by its makers .
ta ryplam the silver currency with United :
Stales ifold. except for "such silter com as ;
should lie required in transactions nnder
Tlie Act iilainh declares. iSwcL 2.1 that
. .." . . .
iromaud alter uvc i..iinwananand Amer
ican h er coins shall lie lecal tender at
tb"ir nominal 1. e. face valne for ten do
Ian onlj and. (Sect K) that from and
after Dec 1, all wher certificatee except
tug uie ten ttouar ctruncatoK " jniMtfi
f" at the Treasury and on demand hnU
U reAfnttrd nt thru itnmtwt rnlur tn Ctntrri
stuttr ffM . And. (Sect 5.) that tition
the approval of this Act (Julj 17,) the Mid
of 1'inance 'K intkfMt fftailtertis
for tenders for the sale of all but llawai
lau eilwr com m the Tieastir and for the
deliterj of the thereof into the
Treasury in United States gold com
Also. fTecl 4.) mat Mnheneer it shall
apptar that there is such an exess of
silver coins in circulation as disturbs the
oquihbntuu lietween gold and siher under
the proMsiou of this Act. the Minister of
Finance, in order to nstore such etjuhbri
tini mtxlx rtplac suflicient ri1 er from any
siher coin which may le in the Treasury.
rith gold coins of the UniuVl
States in the same maimer at. hereinafter
pr6 ided in Sections 5. C and 7 of this Act,
Tir- by advertising for tenders, etc
There w ere outstanding on Dec 1, about
jfJMlUXH) of silver certiiicates of over ten
dollars, which required SIU'.UVJU in tmted
State gold to lv in the Treasury for their
nxlemption There could U no Mrqnihb
nnm" between siher and gold with anv
deficit of gold for redeeming these certifi
rates The doubt wns wjleh . w hether
them, Ft til more silver wx)uld not
lie be rejilactHi with gold
tlin i4ihi B...1 -
Uilntcdlimble .War of the JIM Jer of
Kinnuco to Jo wlist the currency Act re
a mred, and. tojirovidogold for
ic ci'Ttihcate. w e w ere led to believe thnt
the Goreniment meant u cooivrate ith
the Imnk and other rtrincnial hones. to as
ki prcTem anj uimcmiv
At prevnt tiTiting.tlie poMtionof the
tiuvcrnment i. to aj the lcnt not Nitls
Wc trat hoievvr. that llrav soon will
be an end pf this flanerou. aeles and
The object of tome of thoe w ho opjiosed
Uic gold law was. to Lei-p tie control of for
cign evrhango. The preininm for S V
cichango went down to 1J in expectation
of 'h .jiw law InBiig carried into
do no( forpt'l Unit the inain opponents
of the law tircdideJ that cichnnire wonld
it iQ. bettcrj tor it Certainly the gold
law win uo no gooj.it wiu to mcaicuiaiile
harm if UisUoTercnient tJialNeilucelict
in providing for it Those whouv rwjion I
sible for Tun tronhle that in thil
regard will liave lo 1w held to their
If matter stand as now. we see nothing
for iL bnt silver at 85 andexcLanzreat 16!.
and this owing to the ' " t '?!$ trtih
TW flnwrtimpTlt fTHVB ul'dci'S last WCCS
41...4 rrJmnalinn .lirmld 1m ClTen relative
to Japanese Irflmieration. No sneh explanation
wotild hare been given bad not
a paragraph appeared in the Ginnxlast
week, in connection with the letter of a
lironuneni 'planter; arguing Uit the
nances 01 ooiaimng una cui m'"
was by no means cttled. no near that
thfe matter was considered a grave one in
the Palace and was lmraght to tne auen
h'nn of ilie ITinir Of com-se, there was
nothing to do for the apologist bnt to make
the bet of his case, and he was obliged to
let the public know, how tho case really
bnd as far as advices had come. But
seeing that those advices had reached Ho
nnlnln -li- vmi nni. the TilantcTs made
aware of the dlato of the case at once. The
steamer arrived on snojeci
vn. mnat iinTirtTJTlt One tO thePlanterS.
it was their dnty to at once transmit that
information to tno planters, onu iur.i.
of leaving an official newspaper to picknp
that information from an obsenre corner
of a'forcjgn jonmal, it shonld have been
forwarded instantly to the editorial rooms
of every paper in the city, so that every
one might know how the question stood
as far as the Government were able to
throw light As it is, lint for the para
graphs in the Gazette, the planters wonld
have leen allowed to go on expecting the
arrival of Japanese from day to day, dining
this month nntil they were perfectly
heart sick. The official organ now says
that Consnl Irwin writes- "1 am promised
the first contingent of 8U0 in Jannary "
To those who arc looking forward to the
arrival of these lalwrcrs this will lie good
This is only one instance out of many
which shows how anxious to be secretive
the men at present in power are. They
aro not able to bo so successfully, and their
little secrets leak out here, there and
everywhere. Bnt they show themselves
klranppv ignorant oi ineir amy 10 uiu
public whose servants they are, bnt who-o
masters they wonld be if they could, when
ji i . l 1 clistnlif
Uiey kPCpJjaCk. iiuuiuuiuuu nuiw oiiu,
be in every one's bond as soon as it nr
me. They require a very acthe and vig
ilant prefli to keep them straight
Oca frwincnt appeals for a proper place
for leper children have not fallen upon
etom gronnd. The question has been
Fpok'en aliout and discussed by some of
our prominent citizens and wo hope to see
it taken in hand practically.
The first difficulty is location It should
not 1 too far out of the city to get supplies,
tho house should stand in sufficient
ground to enable the children to hao
plenty of cicrcific. Still a location of such
a kind could lie found, and tho expense
ought not to lie very great The house
would need dormitories, not detached bod
rooms; children under super
Af ter the first expense of building and
fitting tho Home, would como the question
of means of keeping it up. This w e flunk
there need be no fear alwut Slany bravo
neoplabolh in the old and new world.
hao found that charitable institutions
once started niton n wand basis, andecon
omically managed, find ready support from
a community, and there is no community
in tbe world more ready to help than onrs.
AVn linve read of ornhau asylums
supports on the voluntary system,
Iiitals positively from hand to mouth in
their earlier days, not knowing where to
turn for the next days expenseisbut always
active and always trusting in Providence
wniin nnmn was luiatuuiu ouui msu
tutions have flourished, have triumphed
over difficulties and have done some ot the
tmlilnct irnrk thnt the world has seen.
What wo want then first, is a fund to
establish a proper bouso for these nnfor
Innate children. Remomlxr there are no
less than under fifteen years of
ago at Kakaako. How manv there may be
in Molokat wo know not. x or the cstao
lishmcnt of this house an appeal must lie
made to our wealthier citizens: r'trtUprr
wrr jt qm eovtr, the first step is the cost-best,
but once started, wo honestly believe
that the running expenses would lie readily
found. There is no ono in this country,
how ever poor, who would not give his mito
towards the maintenance of the poor leper
children in a wav more suitable than tho
present method. Moreover, the Govern
nient which has to supjwrt them in Kaka
nko and in Jlolokai, ourht lo pay some
equivalent for having tho unfortunates
projierly cared for. Should such an institu
tion lie started, it seems as if government
fund, might In? notf m assisting it-
Hnw needful nnch an institution is. only
those who havevisited the leper hospital
can know. Ont of sight out of mind. The
leiHT child, condemned to a livimr tomb.
often just after it recognizes thelieauty of
child life, separated from parents and
friends, an object of loathing to ail wuo
come near: what more pitiable object is
then in the w hole social life of the islands T
Such n child we saw not long ago A boy
who had lteen a pupil under ilr Atkinson
when at Street School He was called
to see his old teacher; ho was asked after
his comfort, his general health, Ins happi
nees Tho wave of memory came over
that poor little fellow; he must have seen
once more the familiar schoolroom, tho
jolly games with his companions, and that
must have taken his mind to home; home!
think what it must lie to lose lr ' Think
that nt night there is no loving hand to
what it mnst xs to ledeprived of mother's
love, and yet know that that mother is not
far from 3 out Think what your heart tells
you lo think, you who have yonr healthy
children clustering around your knees;
j on who kiss the lips of sturdy lioys every
nnjht: you who have had to soothe tho
childish sorrows of your offspring and
jtm will realize how. when tho wave of
memory came oter the poor boy. when he
canirht surht of what reminded him of the
past, his poor little arm went up and he
It is customary to say here that there is
little distress. Look nnder the surface
and 3 on will find there is a very great
deal AVe think there is none which is
more deserving of pity than these poor
leper children. e would have them
placed in a letter environment We would
have their lncs made more happy than
the are and we trust that the npjieal
wmen we nave made win ie answered
nobly by our community llemember the
poor Jqier child!
Xnnmo fLows more clearly the crass
ignorance of otir Cabinet than the ay in
which they have managfHl onr finances,
not onl vith regard to onr expenditures
i Inch micht k met, but with regard to
oitr enrrency which is hartl to meet indeed.
It n ery evident that ilic Government
has flooded thecoontrr with silver, has din
covered what a mess has been of onr finan
cs and is unable to cope with the
quttion, if it understand it at all It
inav xairly be ncknowlettgeil tlie junioter
of Finance is totally ignorant of it It is
further doubted if the Miinter of Poreiim
Affairs knows anything of the subject, and
that granted ho may hare made some study
recently, whether ho has the slightest
mathematical ability, or common
enough to understand it
biue light on tho vexed question of bi!-
x er coinage may be gained from the remarks
of Jlr Georce A. Bntler. cashier of
the Tradesman's Bank at New Haven, who
hjwke Itefore the American Banking Association.
This gentleman saidt
There are tno classes which are arrsTed in
htwtiie conditions on this question. These clashes
Are located not only in this ooontry, but in errry
other ciTilized natiou. 1st. e baTe tba ad rue
Atcs of tbe Ruld standard. 2d. Tbe advocates of
bimetallic currenc: And third, we aIsh hare a
nondescript cIass, "who claim that they Are
when ihev are tbe worn! Lind of inonntiw.
tallisU. Tlaa'sre largely to he found in tba
N e hare the cold moiiometalhsts oomtirbiod in
part ct and controlled by tbe Itntua autcsmen.
IheoonteM U between the cold monometallHU
and tbe btraetallists. Tbe f unuer claim that there
Is no such thing as a concurrent circulation of the
two metal; thai under no condition can there be
an AlMulute concurrent circnlatiun of cold and
silrer. that at the bent it can be nothing more
than nn alternate Ktandard of cold and silrer. At
one time or another one a ill dominate to a greater
or less extent u hether that dominate at a ciren
time or place will be so creat as to cause any
serum, disturbance may be questioned. Box there
u tbe fact that a class creat In influence And
powerful la intellect are now Arrayed against
purer, because as a scientific question there is no
such thing as a perfect concurrent circulation of
the two metals. On tbe other aide Are tbe
repreentt by France And other nations
And by a claf not uuDcuificant people in thu
country. V hue they beliere that the circulation
mil not be Absolutely concurrent, that tbe alternations
will not be so creat aa to cause Any aorioas
IncanTenience, they beliere that s&rer is one of
the money metals of the world; that as it bas always
been used as money, it may safely be
in nsed by the establishment of a common
ratio between it And cold: that they may be held
together by tbe testslaUre Action And the current
castoou of the leading nation; that the two
metals, silver and cold, may be so cloeely Allied to
each other that there shall not be any serious disturbance
from tbe Alternations that may tale
place from time to time. The third class are
those who chum that thev aLu are
and who Are to-day forcing surer npon this country.
They are not bdmetaUisu but silrer instead
of cold, rjKmomeUUistt.
Th am a dAnrnms dt to the world to its
.1 !.(..) thv oflher ilonol CT&BD tbO
ttAAtion r comprehend iu pnndple tbej Uer
do not xnoir tne niswry or uo
international aspect of tho question, or else, taey
I have been through rames And lure sec a men.
Tomen aim ebildreo who bare bad mnr propertT
mm) hit from them br reason ot tba
meat of currency, and they will nevfr
what broccbt dfnster upon tbem. I desire to
.uthUprBninukeitieh a coarse that mr child-
ren,CTenif Itoxt nothre toeit, wilt flee the
time when, in cTtry few year, disaster will not
HAeeporer theUnd simply because we are too
Icnomnt or too indifferent to care for the economic
condiuoDS neceiwry 10 mifij nuu
Here we have a man of ability, experience
and standing, pointingout the
of a silver cturency. There is Jittlo
doubt as to what class our Slinistry should
come under They do not require any
qualfying "or" They certainly "do not
grasp the situation or comprehend its
principles; they do not understand the in
ternaUonal aspect of the question,7 and
they are not honest"
There never was a greater Job
than the flooding of tho country
with a mass of depreciated silver, paying
a man a handsome premium for.sendmg
it here How much that silver has cot,
how much it is likely yet to cost, it seems
impossible to show It is worth, intrinsically,
alxrat 85 cents on the dollar and pro
portionatelv less as the coins lecome lower
in value, "fliis coin came into the country
at its par valne The whole proceeding
reminds ono vpit ranch of the methods of
certain money lenders in England, who
employ agents to catch the unwary, and
who, when tho finish comes dole out so
mnch in cash and the rest in useless cigars,
inferior shenr and other trash For tho
depreciated silver dollars we shall have to
pay Hani American goia coin, nnu ine loss
will have to lx liorne bv the pockets of the
Hawaiian tax payer, juat as tho swindled
spendthrift has to pay np for his modicum
of coin and his trash.
e have not bv any means reached the
bottom of onr troubled sea yet There is
in store for us a most 11 nonviable time.
unless the Government decide to act to
gether with tho merchants and the ieople
It is most nnfortnnate that at a crisis of
this kind there has been no actinc in con
cert: that we are, as it were a bundle of
Flicks, not firmly knit together, but in the
Jooso condition to ix iirofion a or mis
there is no ono to blame except the Mm
istry and tbe appointing power The nrs
ent Cabinet has ostentatiously set it-elf in
antagonism with the commercial section
of tho kingdom: it has flouted both Cham
bcr of Commerce and planters. It has
sought in its officials, not ability, but sub
semency and nieannes.s The npjiointing
pow er. that is the King, mast bo well aware
of this, has had it shown to him again and
again, by friend and foe of the Ministn
The blame then of what must inevitably
happen will rest on the shoulders of those
who ought to bear itlf a panic sets in.if the
hard earned fortunes of tlie sturdy cultnn
ors, of laborious tradesmen, are our
citizens know exactly where blame belongs
Thev will not be "liko those who in Mr
Butler's sieech have "never comprehended
what bronrht disaster utn them If
disaster comes, which God grant it raaj
not it will be tho King and his (juern
menlwho will have brouirht it upon lis
Tho duly of the Ministry was plain: it has
been urged npon them both in pnblic and
private: but no reasoning would dme into
their heads the necessity of meeting the
trouble, they themselves have caused, half
The merchants have shown Ibeniseh es
willim? to assist tho irocrnment and men
of experience have auvied what is best to
be done The Government bacnppar
rently decided to do nothing, to walk
steadily over thepreapice instead of uund
ingit:"to wait till the horse has left the
stable and is galloping off liefore locking
tho stable door and carefully putting the
Vey in their pockets.
Hawaiian Silver Imported
Tbe fullowms is a correct rfULernmt of tin
rcr imported, now in circolatioa and on dqxiMt
lVarf . $ .
Half -dot lari. :
lilme . - v
M)w o DEroeir is m tueakiat
Ulie tullowinff table gires a statement of the
manner in which tbe Hawaiian eOrer has been distributed,
with tbe proper ditcs, for which we aro
indebted to tbe 1 reuurary Department.
IS aretTAt. llCTMttl
Prceinbcr IS. 10.
February Si, 1 "l
tlerriubrr 3LIi3 lo TreaJ urr
H, !-! to Irwin JL o
1ft, toIll)liop JH-o.
IT. to Irwin X Co ,
il toTreamrT.. .
1 brnary SZ. I. to Irwin ilo
march e. I'M loIrwinAlo
April f 1M to Irwin JL Co
HiyH l-l to Imln JLCAa(iI
rfQne -, i"v ir irnin . y
. 3U.1IM w
. tnjny m
. toJ.UM iXI
S 2,000 tt)
1S.IKU If J
There are therefore 17T..000on iUiit
and KT.0"0 pawed into the coontry chit fl lUrnujji
the hands f Messrs Irwin it Co.
A GRAND RE-UNION 1K0O lb 48
Hawaiian Democrats Jnbilate.
HifcyrtT t the
Hawaiian Hotel ground vert brilUaulir
illaminated last Ihursda night. Iratowu of
Chinese lanterns were bung from, the Hotel cnpuli,
hundreds of lanterns of vanoui sizes
were hunt in rows and zigzags among the trees
streamers of red. white and bine lanterns wt re hung
from the in the center of the gnrJen
foimms in outline a cy pyramid which awured
slowly to and pro in the gentle nitit j z . Iho
corndors of the Hotel, verandah mJ prumaiados
a ere filled with spectators and gueth At 8 o'clock
the ltoyal llawanau ltmd opened the CToning's
entertainment by ptsjin" "Ihe btar bpancled
JUnner.' lly half just eiht tho guests bad all
arriTed and promptly at nine o'clock the dining
room was thrown onen and about eighty Demo
crats sat down to table. Tbe room was appropn
aterr decorated with American flags. Over the
bend of the long tabtcs hung hit sized portMits or
the Democratic standard bearer. CIceI.ind and
Hendricks, and at the opitooiti end of the room
ham? a Picture of the rentable Dtmocrnlic ticer
adorned with a In of Blaine hats. Lhc dumcr was
excellent and the tables were profasclj decorated
Aim tropical uowtrs. inoioiiowing um oi isre
dantily printed on picturesque menu cards was
well nerred aud eren the few itepublicaus present
forgot tbe bitterness of defeat and euulud kindly
at the tbe jests and toasts of their victorious Democratic
rHRBV Poic ala Jteine, Ollrt SaladcdeCerrtt f
Carlarc. Nnllrt ala Kinancirr
Itoonrai xlltrt dc Itocuf, franci IrlooiI. Thiibah
Msccsronl Ala capollunlc. "orbe( ala Maravfuln,
tuzti Mure Ilollandattr Tomatct, Fankti 1'tti
Mixf Extra Out lllndc Jtotic uil. Marron.
At elercu o'clock after coffee and cigtrs had bn.u
serrcd, the chairman, Mr. William Wilder
as the first toast ClereIand and Heudncks,
tbe people's choice for President and
sident ot the t'mtvd btalcs.'' trerr one present
nxAud after tba hearty cLecrs and n "titr"
drained tbeir gl&SM.s.
CoL John Itoiwcll a member of tbe liar, ropotid
a lengthy and eloquent spcecb Ik ud, in
substance that, those present were avicmbleU V
announce the success ot tho Dt raocratic 1'drty la
phtoing in tho highest olliccs in the if; ut tht
Amencnu iieoiIe. standard bearers wh'i i f nil
Americans, it bUiercd Acre fitted to fail thot
othecs, that the "Urand old party' of a huudrwl
sears as 11 iu its jcuih and as good for
another hundred jenrs: that the electiuiis iu Ntw
lork and Indiana shotted thatt leTelandandlitu
dncks a ere licld in the highest cetcem . that tbi
reform Democracy holds tbe bal&nce of iwlitical
that the Democratic party nertr tried to
Juwcr, the I oion, and that "A inajurilv of
miUious of rotrrs beliere thu Democrat can be
truateil (Loud and continaiil cLcnritv '
F. At Hatch tdq. safd that, this victory wisuur
orer corruption iu a mrty that had ootlind itn
osciaincss; lust emi scrrico rciorm uJ been
commenced by a Democratic Cougress and would
he continued by the party nutil all curroi4 uinuals
were out of office, those officials who lied t'Tiod
asses&mcntA, had Used tbiir places as means to
forward tbe politics of tho "dead party ' being
to "walk Uie plank." lo Una cojiuccLun ttu.
speaker referred to tbe rcsptct bich iwople ol
both parties had for the resident V b. Consul in
Honolulu, Hon. D L. ilcKiulcy, and Lxprcbsed
the opinion that officials of Mr. McKinUj's ttamp
mouldbe nooci'tableto all lorcrsof ctrtl sernce
Harry . Arery Kq of rtuuosst a rrpn.
srnUUre of the "grand old party, from the
"Solid South," being loudly called for, res
ponded 'as follows Mr. Chairman and brother
Democrats, I am happy to state that I am from
the Nslid aouth," (Uicers.) Not from that fcoulh
which tsenty -four years ago was solid in marshal-line
Its armed legions against its Northern brethren:
nut from that solid South otyisterd.iytvith
its slarery. thsloyab.tr And rebellion 1 come from
the "?ohd SoatiT of to-day, (Cheers) solid with
its re-united Northern brothers; Cheers; solid
for good cuvernment lor progress, for
and for truth: solid for the Union and
Democracy, (loud cheers t solid for Jorticc, sohd
lor dertland ana Hendricks ami for reform."
Qercr anil Datnolic were also made
by tlie following cestlemen. Cor Aodczson of
CaLfortiia: CoL i'eter Ssie of San Franeio: llr.
Josepti llytnan; Mr. M il .sotdt: Mr 1L
stcia; coaor laiiterrv ot California; Doctor
SIcCire; And Mr. A U EUw. A toat to the
Newspaper press of tbe atyn was res ponded to lj
1 was well ttast tb tniJuicLt hour hefire ihs
liifih spirits of the adherents of the crand old
party1 began to ebb. And the usual preliminaries
before adjournment were rooTed.Tu: thanks to tho
caterers, to ths committee ot arrangements etc
etc . As a fituaff cIo to ths jabiUtion thxeo
eoosinj; oheersand Aticer wereciren
and Hemlncks and lltform and thepArtj,
then broke up.
In view of tbe present oondiliin of the currency
l irpooiiMi me currency act which w
recommend all onr citizens to study. This is the
law under which and by which the coTernnient
tare to act.
Arf Act to Seoclatb the Ccaaesct,
Be it enacted by the Kin and the Lechaatire
the Htwaiian Islands, in the Legislature
of the Kingdom assembled t
SfCTios 1. From and after the first da of December,
lo the year of our Lord eighteen bnndred
and eifibt tbe cold coins ot the United States
of Amend shall be the standard, and lecal tender,
at tbeir nominal valne In I he payment of All debts,
poblie and pnrate, within the IiAwaiiAn Kingdom.
tBcnox 2. The sUndard siItm ooina ot the
United States of America, and the silrer coins of
tbe Hawaiian Kingdom shall be, from and after
December 1st, I8e4t a lee! tender, at their nominal
Tatne, for Any Amount not exceedinjr, ten dollars
tn anyone Daymen L.
Sfrnot 3. From and after the first day of December,
l&t, cold and silver coins, other than the
coins of the United btates and ot the Hawaiian
Kingdom, shall be received In the Treasury at A
rate not nceedins tbeir bullion Taloe, for
does, duties and taxes.
srenox 4. WheneTfritsballappear, thatlhere
in such an excess of silrer corns in drcnlation as
dittarba tbe eqnilibriom between cold And ail ter
coins nnder tbe pronuons of this Act, the Minister
of 1 inanee, In order to restore sneh equilibrium,
shall replace sufficient silver coin front any silrer
coin winch may be in tbe Treasury, either aa Government
reahzatioa or on deposit on Account of
Any Hirer oerttfloates, with RoJd coins of the United
States in the same manner as hereafter provided
tn Sections fi, fi and 7 of this Act.
brcnos 5. Uoon tbe apDroral of this AcL the
Minister of Finanoe withuat delay shall give notice
tv pnblic advertisement that for sixty days immediately
following each notice, siWer coins of all
denominations, excepting silrer coins of tbe Hawaiian
Islands and of the United hutes, will be
receireu ai toe ireasory at tneir nominal TAine in
ichanco for Hawaiian coins at tbeir nominal
raloe. and tbe Minister of Finance, without dtlay.
shall arrange throagb adTertisement for tenders
for tbe sue 01 all silrer ooms vhioh are or may be
in the Treasury, excepting Hawaiian ilrer, coins
in tnu of not more than $3X1,000 each, and tbe
of the nrooeoda of th mles of uL aflrer
coins into tbe Treasury In eoWcoini oftbe United
srenox G. The Minister of Finanoo shall re-
omr of those whojt tenders, bein? ac
cepted, shall desire to rcinoro tbe stlwr coin bid
for by them from the Treasury, prior to the deli?-err
of the told therefor, a deposit tn the 1 reasnry
of'lhe Hawaiian GoTernment Honda of like amount
as the nominal valqe of the silver deliTered to
tnem, ana tne saitl lionds snail be beta as secnniy
f ir the delivery of the proceeds of the sale of the
silrer coins to the Treasury in (fold coins of tbe
I mted Mate within thirty days; and npoa sneh
Jclircry the Hands so departed shall be retamed.
hKcnox 7. The expense, coat and loss, incident
to the conversion of surer coins into the pold coins
of the United Mates, shall be borne by tbe Treasury
and tbe Mimsterof Finance is hereby
and required to provide for the same, from
any moneys not otherwise appropriated, or which
may hereafter ho appropriated, and be shall render
an accurate statement of sacb expenditure In
bis report to the LepjalatiYe Assembly.
Section 8. On and After the first day of December,
lsSI, All ontstandint; silrer certificates excepting
the ten dollar silrer certificate, on presentation
At tbe TrcAsnry, and on demand shall be
redeemed at their nominal value in United Mates
cold coin, and all silrer certificates so redeemed
shall be cancelled by the ItPRiatrarot Public Ac
Sectiox Ii. Ibe Mimsterof Finance may, at his
discretion, receive United Mates cold coin on deposit
to any amount not less than fitly dollars, and
shall iesne tbertfor certificates of deposit of each
denominations as be shall deem to be for tbe public
interest, payable to bearer on demand without
interest The said certificates shall be sicned by
the Minister of Finanoe and countersigned by the
Kegutrar of lubhc Accounts, and the money received
for such certificates shall be held as a spe
cial deposit to be used only for tbe cancellation of
the same, and Section 4?J of the CirilCode, as
amended by Chapter 41 ot the Laws of 1874, is
MCTlos 10. Chapter 37of Session Laws of 1880,
being An Act to proride for a National Coinscr, ii
hereby repcalod, and Chapter 41 of Session Laws
of l7t'., beinff An Act to rccnlate tbe Currency, is
hi ruby repealed, this repeal to take effect on tbe
first day of December, lts5t.
birnos 11. Ihis Act shall take effect from and
after the date of its approral,
pproTed this I7tb day or July, A. D. 18M.
Tho Death of Dr Under.
His disease was dysentery acute, bein epidemic
in the neiebbothood. He was taken suddenly on
Siturday afternoon Nov. 1.1th, his ailment pass
ing quickly into subacute pentoniu aoout the
lOtli tlar of its couroe, increasing crnduallr to the
end Daring hi" illness his mental faculties were
clear throughout, tie seemed to realize his danger
anu io unucrtsiniikicTerjuiinguone lor uis reiiei,
rcccircd and knew his Incnds and remained
until within a few hours of his death. He
diodjit midnight on the 11th day of his illness.
Nor. 3lh and was boned on Sunday afternoon by
tbe Iter. MrGroser in tho Wailuku Cemetery. A
nry luce Catherine of sorrowing people testified
to the fact tint the deith of soch an estimable
physician was deeply regretted, and that for his
bcrcnrTed widow aud children tno greatest syra
oatlD was felt. He was attended br Dr's Dailev
and huttluT, and on the day before his death was
hy ut. Jtuii whooooeurred with the other
tihrsieimx in their course of treatment and was
hopeful in his prognocis of the ease. Weg&lhre
that the docosed Frank Henry Knders M. l5. was
bom in I'adacah, Kr on Kov,?7tb, 1M1. His
father, a bo died m 178, was promaent merchant
in Kentucky, and owned a Plantaban in Louui
nna. His mother is still bring, his brother William
is in business in Dallas, Texas, and be hns
He rcccired bis early education at Daorille, KyM
anu ai vue uicasiog oui nt me war ue eniereu me
Army, being soon promoted to a lieutenancy.
It was a matter ot surprise to many that
the Doctor, apparently robust and finely built,
was tn poor health. Hut to his near friends it was
knoan that in the war be bad recefred a bullet
wound in or neir one of hU lungs which
for the dry hacking coach which always troubled
Near tht close of tbe war he v. as UVen prisoner
und confined at ickxborg, hut shortly After on
the occasion of his being rcraored to another place
be escaped by jumping into the MU'isaippi and
tffecting a landing at Cairo, III., from where after
many rn rations he managed to reach bis home
in Kentucky. m
Miortlv after tbe termination of the war be entered
Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia,
I'll., where be stndied under the celebrated Dr.
Gruv;, lately deceased. Hi firt practice was nt
1'aducab, hy . where be mirned Lizzie, tbe second
daughter of Dr. D. Ik binders. In consequence
of hid health, he went into the drug business and
fir tht same reason soon after remored lo Cape
(nrirdou, Mo., from whence after a serere illness
he went to ht Iiouis. aud finally came to Wailuku
in 173. where be bought nut the GuTernment posi
turn of Dr. Brooks, and settled down. About A
ycarandabalf ago be became the originator of
tlie "MdenTsro and Fruit Drj fng Co in this
d' ire barinc purchased the patent himself. He
w joined byUr. A. llarnef.
and symjtAtby are felt on nil aides at the
d ith of Dr. lenders. It egret because he waa
skilled u his profession and could be depended
upon in the hour of dangerous illness. Sympathy
fut the wife and children who hare lost one who
stood iu tbe ntarest relationship that lira affords,
husband father aud protector.
Io his wise cire and forethought we -re it
thit the hospital for tbe sick poor is a flourishing.
iiiMumiuu acu so cnreiuny ntienueu uy toe nonie
mil derotcd band of sisters whom bis inflaenee
Lrot.lr 1 -n. How dear thit good eanse was to
hit hi ut wit- manifest in bis last conscious mo-menu,
being perhaps his last dream as tbelat
tnoremtnts of bis lips seem tn hire indicated.
Mny God hare mercy on bis soul. C K. U.
lln 1 M.S.& City ff $ifrmeif is do here from
tin Si i'h on ii'it Sunday, the 21st inst.
i" that the vessel will stay but a short time
in port, ou arrival, so letter writers should bare
their corespondence mailed tbe day prerions.
MR- TV. C PARKE
Ila- an Odin orr Mef r DItbop JL Co Rank, corner
Mtmbanl and Kaahnuanu M and will be happy to
atui d to artr blne retracted to bl eare imj Cm
MR. W. F.
Ila- an oflice w itb "Utirtt Blhop JL Co., torn n of
and kssbununu treets.and he will be pleaed
l" attend to any bulnrss entrusted to him KP1 fim
rUItNISHED ROOMS "t and codij tnr
nlshrd lloom can be bid brn rarly application at
(W.-i 0 flUAUDE.N LANE
REMOVED TO 82. KING ST
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
-- AM) DLALEK IN
1 the puhlu that he ha- rcmoTrd from Camp-
t x I.lork lo Vt KtQ fcTHEET. adjoin tn; the store
t Mr J T lerlione where be bas opurd out a
l.arpr and Elegant Assortment of
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
A Splencid Assortment of Fine
Jewelry in Gold & Silver,
A Great Variety of Curios.
slT Tbe attention ollntendis; ru
la pailkalar Is called to this Mock before
nrchascra and tbe
I iirering Hoilcrs,Stcan I'iprs
Saves 25 percent, of
DEDUCED TO $7.50 BBL.
THEO. H. DAVIES . Co,,
WO Ij Ajtou.
Uf cof Sbm rliscnirnts.
OK AND AFTKUTII1S DATlTIIU
nONOLLXU ICE WORKS COMPANr will dc
Utct ICJE st AS LOW KATES si any other rompasr
vJOllS"!. WILDER. 8s peri n tend rot.
nonelsls. Ttvw. lit. 1"A4. 10.M
- Administrator's Xoticr.
T1IE UNDElisiGNKD GIVES
taitbe na been dslr appotntrd Art mini
with lie will attached, nf the EiUte tf CUT
Tno..SrENCER,Uieof lido, liland llawalt,
detested. All perrons harlnsaoyclatmi sttoitthe
ld eitate are notloed that toej mm t pmrnt the lane
datyrerlS4,asd with proper Toajcbera tn I he
within fix month irem the date of this notice,
or they will be forerrr barred ; and at persons owing
the raid eute are reqnetted lo make liomeillsie
C. 9. KITTKEtHiC,
Adnr. Eit. Ttioc !peBfrr wllh W III attached.
nilo. llawalt. Oct.ard.lK. m
Coed Property Security, Stocks,
Bonds. Etc. Apply to
1. THOMPSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AKaatn a. rrvro.
BINGHAM & pirrro.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IKrOKTn ASD DEALKR IX
O O 3P 3tP XJ 33 .
410 California Street
ttO SX rRXClHCQ. CAL Sm
TO LET !
XSKW CUTTAGK OX )UEi:X
ftET. ettntalalns aix rooms, rottte'tlon
ciTpn Innnrdlatelr " Tor farther partlcn
laraeaqaireof J EA, JR.
M tht offlce of Meant arlcatlnn Co ,
Uttl On the Etplanaile.
W. C. HERRICK.
TUBNER IN W00B & IVORY
BETHEL STREET. HONOLULU.
Blatra, Ormleaw. Kawals, Table Legs.
BUlUrd ZXalU, Eto Tmrned to Order.
GOOD WOXKSUSHIP ARO REISO-IBLE RITES.
lir.l ar GIVE ME A CALL. M tfa
JA7IBS M. MO.XSAHIIAT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
fpcclalatleutloapiIdtothe negotiation of Loans.
matter appertalsiiiit lo Real
Wnty PwUle auad Comnaissionar of Deds
ror the states oi vsiiiornia ana rw iork
No. S3 Merchant bU Itonolaln. II I
Visiting San Francisco
C.W FIND THE
Hawaiian Papers on File
AT THE OlFICE OK THE
S. F. Merciiant.
ar r a ir. Pens. Ink, Directories and Inrorniation on
C. R. ODCKLAND,
Editor & Proprietor
1 w "S. T. Merchant."
AT rCBMC AltTIOX.
Will be sold at Tabllc Anction on the I'remlac in ak
Into Island or Mol, ou aceoont of
ON FRIDAY, DEC. 19th
ifol, at U 31., tlie
Piece of Property!
Mlastcd hear the Coort Honee, allokn, M m
and known a lhc tltOWhLL PllEMIsK., coDsislin
of a LOT of LVD conlalntn ot an Acre
moreor lcs, wl!h a
Large Dwelling House
SliJO frtt. with (b) alx room, front ami tear eran
dai. a S STORY IJUILDIU In tht rear conla'n
the ttreet nred aa an office acd cot.
tslnlos two room i and ALfcO
THO-. W EVERETT ctlonr.
Uilals, Maal, Decjst, IL I'W "t
Tax Collector's Notice.
DISTRICT Or HILO, HAWAII,
ha opened an office tn the Cunrt Uonir at llllo
fr lbennrpVeof eollectlnztaxea, and will le st the
office Tnnrdjy. NoTrmberiVlli, Friday. NoTembt r iltX,
atd Satordar, 5orrmber 2M, 3tondar, forenoon
PanLaa PlanUtlon. Mondarnoon at the
office of E O Illtcbcoeb, Papal koa Tnciday morn
Infr. at Jlacaser'a office Onomta
Taeaday attrrnnnn at 1'epeekrn Plantation,
V, ednefdiy cenlffz and TbarUy mornln Nure mbcr
ITlb. at HaLatan I'lantallon, Tbvredar noon Norrni
ber '.Tth. st Honomu riantatlon, Friday. Nnremlnr
"th, and Satnrdar. oTrmbfr Tih at Lldrale oOIcp
at Laapshoeboe.and Jnile ll K I'l k n
Monday, Dcceinbe i rib, at office In llllo ;
date remiln In Hiln for Ihe iinrpoe of colled Ins
'ernn who are liable to taxation art herebr
qneptea o par tne aam oeiore ine uin nay oi uecim
vrt, nr lur; ire iiidicidpit ivt ir" Pr tmi mort
nuJti.. t. Tl I'lllt Ll"Tfltf
Ttte Uold Law enes into effect December 1st
ILA. LYMAN Tax Collector, llllo
IHlo, yACmbcr TK 11 7-"i ti
The Great California
Flics, Fleas, Cockroaches, Chicken
To Human B elite. And Animals.
.IX AHSOLLTK XIXKSSITV
In the lluur, Cirilen, CoiiM'n.ilur;'
lor IIMrlbnlln; tlie llnlurli.
BENSON; SMITH & CO.,
IU sutal I3 rvrl Hirers, llonolntu.
Notice ol Temporary Administrator.
rPUlt UXDKltfJlGXKII, HAVIXCS
JL been duty appointed Administrator of tbe Estate
of the late rranklln II Enders. 31 U., ot Wallnkn,
deceased, (bj Hon. A. Foraandrr, CIrcnit Jsdzek calls
Don all Dersons Indebted to raid estate to nuUlm.
meaiaieparment io me nnaersienea, ana ail persons
faarlae claims against said estate are renaesledto present
tbe same wllh proper roachersbrUm secured by
mortsije or nthrmtse to me st my office In the Conrt
lloese, Wallnkn, wltbla six months from date or be
lorerrT oarrcn. iiiuj n. biLitblT,
At Tin: Axxu.vr, 3ii:irrixo
oflht KAIAI TELEI'HUMC COSIPAhY itU
.t th. offlr. of r 11. Ittrr, Kqu Uho. on VrtU..
KotnnbCTa!.!!. tbfllowfn: officrrf wtreclrcl
I. trrr Avins Ibe raimii; jrtt
KWTVuTii . Sftreury
..v ,. . T. ITIIVI, be rn.ii.
FIIOJI AXII AlTKlt
!- K Ihr 1ft pn TIcliriB for b(4h f ibl.
f.lf ..J iwfMnWII
vg;iuP -OF THE
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
On thewbarr.si tbe rol bf Fl Mrert. Th -
fall to prorldr Ihrnuelveiwltli Tickets will be chsrerd
extra J ENA.Ja.
Ilonolatn. :. Slat. ll lOSTIna
rrilKOrOH TICK1718 TO Till
X OLCANO Axt.nr.TK.'C.cannt.wbeLjil at tn
offlreof the !. N t'o. TwWit lralr
ItoBolalMrrUmsUblevf tLVW f IIALI., will he
landetl at Itmalnn, hy lEallrund t Pabala.
lly thlaronie.Touriftt can make the roomtlilp la
dar, I laya to nlt Ihe Volcano.
ILK lltE. ItUL.lW Hill, inuniiii.
pa .aide iknra ana ioaginj:. vow
Ff fnrther partlenhirs enQnire at the rfflce if
S. N. Co.. Honolulu,
Or io J F JijR VN. YmtKn HoCf K l'"-
Route and Time Table.
Till Uhm Honolulu tacli l nrods JlIT M for
Maalata Msk na Knwaihar Laq
and IHkt I rave Hi to Thursdays si noon,
Umchlnj al the xame port on retnrn trrltlnj back
SatnnUTf at I V M
rASSENfJKK TK1N Molli will Irare each
Friday at 1 I M wlta ibf Kiuauat
The hinan ILL TUU 11 at llonokala and I'uaohaa
on dovH trip l'aaenr. if a tcnal is made front
Z& ManiT Klnan will not lake hearj frelebt for
Lanpahoelior t.lht ffclstit and pnekaer onlr. All
hearj frelyht for the aborr jiort wlU br taken by tie
Lrhna Ivllaura lion
jt - llomtlitlrt t rrrr Mohdav at I I' M for kan
nakakal kahaial ktnse errry nlbcr wk, llselo.
Ilaita, klpahulu j nil Nna JCctnroln will iop at tbr
abin wrti irrnin' Uiek Salnrday
mrnuiii' in pawnet nn
cat litiimliiln i b Mtniday alii' M for I'aau
Kobalali Ir OokaJj. Knkaian Ilonobina
hoeho Hakalan nnd inomea Keturnlnnlll arrire
back iath .iliifila)
STfflR. KILAUEA HOU,
Will Uart! llitnolulu one arbwccL amr Krt
a tht I cliiu
HoiiDhitii i it It V thu mIji fur Kannakakal,
kamaliio I'uk'w Moanni llilawt I'elrLunn
and kaiaupajM n tutiinin' k d Mnmtij
L mpiinv lll ii it bt r Ibli ror any
ffctht or parka ji - tml if rwtlpteil for nor for iter
for.al lia.'.aj' mil- p plalnlr marked Notrrpitiaibte
for nnm y or J iry mil -- placed in charge tf the
ll Mir)it c io ih im takrn or ure xock. ont mr
Or K L
ii' I "umr hit iirtt ii lrcKinu
MVL t WILDtlL
rner lort and ii ' n Mn et
pt io ism uy
TIME TABLB DF STfiMfiHS
Ot Tilt -
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
nTKH ( itmniandir
IjtM.ps Iloiiolulii for JInalai'a,
um! Kau. on
W fc I E-Il . miober lil
MOM Noiembur H
Arriving .it Honolulu on
at I p m
..at t pm
C MKKUX Commander,
Leatrs,TiryTrESI,at.T p m for NawiliwilK
koloa, Eleelennd Usimea Ketnrnlntr. learea
etrry bATLKIiW errnlns. arriving back eretr
IKELMW t (mniandfT
Ljtr cwrr TtED si 13 M fir Ilamos Kn
1 niliat It Hfinokaa and l'aanhan Keltirnln will (lop
l Hsiuoa ariiitn baekeery btNU morilnz.
rv.ry FltIDi. at is a m for Uaianra.
a la I n i kiii.i .ind kilmii I!, i..n. ....
crerr TI LMlVY. at I n m . ami tmtrhCn t U .uU.
and Ua)ana, arrirlnz back rrry W'EHNESDA.
1Kb of the Con
mar Ih- I' M s - tttnrf
iif KMnnia Irr.l
sCIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Till. M'I.I..IH Nll.V'lHIIir
ill. t r.iiiiin. oii.'i t ni:ic.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR Sin FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Sec. 22,
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Ml. HUM.. KiairilMll.lt.
On or about November 20. 1884,
ror Kr rl a lit and I'aaaaKe apply to
tR3r II II I' KFKI l Jt I 'J la-cut
IhshN ir MiUuiieiit iier.N.eniiier m
lie Storrtl J'iT" l C Iinrce, lis tlie I lrrtirot
lb i;iiu Uir art now prLared to
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every VecJt
nn: i.m i:itiMioi.:
Fiom.VrtK Yvrk tvenj ire(tew,iy
From llctton erery titUurttiy.
HATES OF PASSAGE:
itltiii .- aio, nn,l t,iuu i.ulil
Arcordlti; to AecommodjUon
KETlIi: TICKETS US FA CRADLE TEHM?
.leemcr .as urr.nrj
(ool ccumunl.llaB. c.e slwmv. be .eenred on .b
pllcsllnlo V. M.LIAJI3 UIU.N'JHCl. "
VKUSON II. MEOWS ito
Dowllnz Green. New ork
tirtorasenffrs from Asalratla, New Zeabnd
aud Line a fiords more than nsnal
facilities to tbroacb psesensrrt from
V$ thefreBeBeroffissaIlinKa preclndiaallposst.
htJItyofdelay tn XtwTork
H V: It
4BowlfDzGrren. New lotk
OT Till: OIINOMIXATJON& or
1.2, I, A and IOC nta can b ptmjined at tbe
PosLrJjI.e In any frum one to oris thousand
Enretope I ir iJlnonti otb'rlr lands can
tnociretb m fmni th local Postoaca al'o domestic
pro fortis rcpij cirda ivZ!
SUPRKMR COU11T or Tins UA
wnllan liland la the matter of the Paakmptey
ef J P A3IA1ML. AI before Xr Jeitke
Jw P Amaral. of Itllo. Hawaii, hsrin Ihra dar
brrn adjmit a bankrnpt tm his own petition. It la
hTbTMrdTd that all xrrdllonot laid banlrnjtt rnme
in SBu nroreineirCJainiaoeinremeow nmisii
the irih day
of lteremoer. ifi, at w a. m. at the
ernment nnlkllnff In llonolala and that this netlee be
psblifbed la the lliwinxv UizxTTC for two tines
Datnl H000I1U, nwrmbrrai. 1!.
Alteit Jmtleeef the Senreme rwnrU
Wituia rorsa.Clerlt WO a
walla n land
touiiT ok Tin: ha-
In lrote. In the Maltre af
ttaeEsteorilEKMNN !CIIKIE KR late-of llf.
Isln.Uahn. deeesel lnlrftate At thanibrrs, before
Lhlef Jntlcf JndO.
On rradln; and Alius lh petition and accpint of
Henry r" lllade, xlmtsi'trator of the Klat of Her
mid liner r tale ( llowolnla. (tahn. dereaard.
wherein he ak to be allowrtl wnjfj, and charres
hlmarlf wllh U.13I 19. and akt thai the unt mar be
examined and approrrd. and that A Baal order may be
made of distribution r tbe property remslij la his
hands tn Ihe persona thereto entitled, and diaeharrlng
blm and bis aareiles rrom all fartbet rerpoaf Ibtllty a
It I tTdertd.lhat FRIDIY, lbs 9tb day Jsiasiy.
. I) lO. st iu n'tlwk A M . before tbe said
Chief Jsilie. at thambcra. In tbeCoort Hoase. st
IlonalnlN, be and 'e same hereby ia appointed as ths
ttme and place rot jearinx aald petition and neeonnta.
and that ail peraons lntereteil mar then and thce ap.
pear and show essse Ifanytfcey fiaTe. why the aai
should not be rnrtted, and may present erldeHfo
as to who are entitled to said property. And that this
order. In the a;Hsli lanewa, be pnblibed la the
Hawaii 'iams a newepaper printed and
In Honolnln.fof tbree acccle weeks prerions
to Ihe time thetrln appointed for Mldhrarlo;.
listed at HonolalA, II. U thli Xtk day Nor, A. D 1SL
A. V. JCDO,
Ilctt Chief Jaatlea of tbe 9npreme Court.
Ilanr HnrTW.Depnly Clerk Itw 3v
Notice of Intention to Foreclose Mortgage.
IX ACCORDANCE WITH A
of sale eontalceil In a certain mortca7 mado by
Apaba w) to Mrs. It. Johnaon. dated toe Htidayer
J air, l'VI, recorded In Liber TU, onpsres imsnd HU,
suit as sljned to Sophia Frary.
Notice Is beredy jlren that the said mortices Is-ten
da to foreclose said mortcaye for condition brokta;
that, of note and Interest aeenred thereby
when dne. and will sell at 1'ublie A net Ion. at the Sale,
room ot E. P Adams, on SVTUKDW th4 3d diy of
jannary, lejs, at 12 o'clock noon, the following parcel
of land cnnrejnl br said morl caret
All that piece of land with bnUdlnj? lherennTallnal
at keunenla.HonolnIn,sdJolnlni; ths residence of Hon.
J I Dnwselt, tbesamo belnxthe premlar described
In Deed of ramslpelekane s&d J. I. Dowsctt to raid
Apshn of rerord on llook U, pace 415.
Mil 1 1 1 A FE A It Y. Aislgnee of
A ROiA, Attorney for
Howolnln. Noyyniber SIh. lyl 103741
CUlMlEMi: COUKT OF Till; IIA-
O wallau Island -In iTobate. In lb matter of
the Estate of HENRY HAY. Lite of Ilonol ala.
Order appointing; tlmo for Probate of Will
n nirrcimi; pnniKiuim oi nonce or same
A doenment, purport Inr to bo tbe last Will and
Ilrnrr Msr.of llanolnla. deceased, hati on
Ihe 6th day of October, A IMSAI, been preseffud to
satd Probate Coart, and a pel I Hon for tbe Probate
there"', and for tbe isaaanco or letters testamentary tn
Tom May "od Peter L Jmea, Jr., barlnc by
laid Tom .May and PrterC. Jones. Jr.
It Is hereby oidered, that JIOXDAT, Ihe I.lh day
of January, A.I. 1SS3, at Uoclorka.m. ofesIdiUy.at
the Conrt room of said Court, at Honolulu, one of the
Hawaiian Islands, be. and tbe asme Is hereby appointed
the time forprortns said will sad brsrlne
said application, when andwbera any person Interested
mar appear snd contest Ihe sild will, sod the rrintln;
of irttrrs tesumentary. ,
It la fnrther ordered, that notice therm r be Iren by
pablicailon. for fourteen successive wreks. la ts
OaiKTTS, newspaper printed and pabllsbed
And It laforthrr ordered, thalcllitionsbe Isrnetl to
the witnesses io said will, and to the belrt
of Ihe teutor In their places of resldeneeso far as
known to appear and contest the probata of said wilt
at the time appointed, and t bat In the mrantlmejcllrrs
of temporary administration bo Isane to satd Tom May
andl C Jones, Jr., nim tbeir fllln their Joint nnu.
sercral bond in the sum of two hundred thonand dollars
Dated Honolulu. II 1 Oct. Sib, I!
ttrai, UEJ 11 ALST1.
tlckr Sami Justice of npeQrl,'CwIrrr,
Deputy Clerk. lOTMIt
TN TIIKCIUCUIT COirilTOFTIIK
X Til J mile Is I Circuit of the Hawaiian kingdom.
KALAk V.. br the CI race ot t.od of the Hawaiian
Tn J II OI'KILEvManbalo( the Kingdom, or
)oit aro farreby commanded to summon PETER
VALENTINE, DcfcndaBtln cse he shall file written
answer within twenty day after service hereof to be
and appear before Ibe paid Circuit Conrt at the Sorem
ber Tirm thereof, ta be holdrn st the Conrt Koom of Ihe
Court House. Walmes, In the Island of Hawaii. on
Tb onlay, the Sib day of Ttorember ncxt.at W o'clock a,
ra . to show cans why tbe claim of A KAN A VALEN
TINE w ria'ntlff shonld not be awarded ber pursuant
to the tenor of her annexed petition.
And bare y.i then there this Writ, wllh full retort!
of yonr preeet Mtuza tbereon.
WrriMjlIox A. HtANCtS JCDD.
t Seal or iIlc t Chirr Justice of Uur Supreme Contt
I bapreiaiTiirt ) tBIs SJt day or October, A D IC
Clerk uf CIrcnit Coort.
To Mhlc'i smiinioiic tin Marshal made the follow
Havlu made it1llcntscarcli for Ihe wilbm mention
cl I'etcr alentlne, and aa he cannot be fonnd In
this kingdom M crehy retnrn the summons not serrcd
(signed) J II. SOI'Klt.
1 brrrhy certify that tbe within aud III
true and faithful ropy of tho original summons Issaed
In the libel for dlvorre kana alentine ts. Trtrr
Valentine, and altoof the Marshal's return therrto.and
lhat In ths mean lime an attested copy of Ihe said
nntmons be printed In tbe A'aofot sod Hawaii
(Ijizkttk for six f) snccraslro weeks a prescribed by
the reqnirins the said to answer
at said term
In witness whereof I bare hrrennto et my band this
l.'ib djy of mmler All 131
ZKS fit I Third JudicU) Circuit Court, Hawaii
No. 92 King Street.
Unci niori. ollrlti' tin patrons,,' and of those
who for tsri niy yrair knew and
dealt tttlh blui
Plain Talk Pays Always
I'rTtn has for manvjtars worked tor and endeatoreil
tu ptcaf tTrerjclatnf theeommnnltj from the highest
In the Und lnn lo Ihe hnmb1el of the worklns
clashes, and hr ran say that dnrln? lhat time bt nercr
made an encmj or lot I a cntomer Now he has ajiln
put his ban I to the plow, and It as Wet) able snd will
Ins to elre honest work, cood material, and fair ralnt
for rannrjr., CTcr jet waa done lb the Hawaiian Island
II S ALWIYS ON HAM
Single & Double Harness K
Plantation Harness, ' -Whips,
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A FILL LINE UK
English & Sydney Saddles,
addle (.loth Illanketn, eti , alwajs In
Car Wlut he ha not not hf can make
Just Arrived !
per " Unke nf Alwrcorn form Llmpool.
ONE MILE OF
Light Portable Railway Kails,
to lbs. per jaid, and -Winch sanxn with
c arret, crootlns,
AND 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANE WAGONS
'OI- TXJ HAMU.
lUltwaj Is suitable for Animal I'owtT
nlraiglit Mcrl Kails U Ho. tu I lie jartl
For the working nt Sleasrs John Kowlrr Jfc rn.'a nil.
war and locomotives, Ihe nndcrsined brj to refer to
J U fpretkrls Ecq of iirtcklsTtIIe, where a Una la
nun "U iwii uirrraiiup
W 1. UKEKX, or
W MLKAia.?K Jt to.
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS
X. recrlvM per Am? Tamer from llosloa, fall assortment
these celefit ated Pumps, wbkh are
to be and better than anj other sljle of
pnmp Imported r call tht attention of planter par
clcnfarlj totbc arnnm Inmp. which U lca compll
Utl and nma scrvlcable than other pimpi
'"P " ' ttUEWKIU CO
Fowler1! Patent Tramway,
14 pound 11 ponndlLiHs
WithPatent Steel Sleepers
WI I tesoldtoclosen condiment.
rpili: IMsAXT KHUKTOFOCK
OF MILL, OVERSHOT IRON WATER-WHEEL
M fret diameter, with Geario.
Uo.iIrr, Cntrlforls, TarMne Water- Wheel. Ox
Carts. Hows Karmln.larprnters. Looperi
and Blacksmith- Tool.
To one shares and wlshlac In fntare to
(Tlad bl own caae.thls aSorda ananasoat opporlnnllr
of dotoz at rerj small cost.
VsT rrlce low and term ear
ALSO-TOR SALE I
HOUSES AND LOTS
andwrli kn iwnl'KatWie
o irtacd IXNaoiDi Arenn"
walk from and harbor
Itf Term casi for apr jto
J II. WOOD,
Wit If oilE WILLIAMS.