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4't tliiyn lri ttU ttrtr. 4lher cotw wt all dene
4iliHu w?aatlBt atlwr xmit f lfc Hawaii
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W . A aaont trnuiabtc ptitMHHiMiion wa
w iuh iwva it dewrai nto feuftte. A maMtira tr
irsutAr wait trf water waa lit trtf acainitt tbe r nt wn
iKtn'm fltApnwl dsatancr frooi thr land. lr. that
tirit - Kmum)) tnanafier of Waiakwi Mill, ana A
Uh Mm on tbe
tuuA b4 mmmA rttm ul tlte nw.t mn' aa Le
Ictiued U. Witt lami on tb looomvtiTW waa a
wen all wamMtrf wtut
IiaiI with mrthtnj! like tbla. Tb oVa5tiHlou
XiiTii It tixme two wiumwm tallww wltb tho
ia nnrfal otbrt wttatawt i at tbe writer "a
wntob cunitnatHU a view of tbe wbule
oa liiffifjn All Affruc first impreMioo ttial for
a KTwU ware vu rearioc Wot all by
liLrwKAirtwtbat in rmlitj Uiert waauoouaard
moTrMnent in an; dirrdimi UahmmioI water rose
anil fell atw irrtvolnr nttdakbotia. Tbe
ttutaw weeaayd fat be aoprtiaca a hontlwJ feet in
l'Hk,iIi and Mr. Xnotwdy tlnwiittweutjri'et hfb. of
The iuahmm wtT cnatftt with foam, ha'ainc very
much hki a All Mm wrtimwea mw
wtiat twrtned like a tarff of ntfwra. The akjr direct -If the
. r tbe aewa4acrtattin waa dear and
tlK am tn taVre perterily calm, ami no wind
wt itibetiAbl m any qoarter. Toward the north
ml rvaUi. m ertber M, tlte wateriue aluaif the trold
Imnniti ramauttwl niKtiatDibed. No mavea were off
avn raUVMw the bay. Atnlaotar aa kooo no teen
Imncr urrwrred in tbe water-level. In tbe
imuIm onhMdirut tUf bcto. Kmmn 1I,k
l it vrry bard wiirk to keef the mm near tbe
v-. t, Mid oooidn't vnderatAsd what made the
The writer 4mn m two Urge water mor
alocn: naar cacti other at rerhaim halt the trial
and the CDtuaiuthia they caaaed in the at
waa iwUhqi: WW conafwred with tleH beanoc tho
wall water Tb crawtefit atfttaHonWaa
1 catacfaotiuiitir aboatarteetiortaMi. to
""iiuli ItWtbeaHt. thftt the sons
ik.utii.rn the ea of i4eaiite
lu (roan a awhuaanne vii t which threw tbe water
i tb iiuniedUtc Tvctnity mtn Tiotetit ebwUHion. that
iir ai:iutQ taai oaaeiitied lieittc irrecalar tn
f - and sot omfinetl to a finale poL would Uie
i 't l likely to raaav rtw warn that wookl
lirievu nitk and make tuiy iiec.al iniinaaioti
'n tbe careteaa obaerver Jnetaslue tnotiaaiol ten
tfjittiti. amtrr itt a veaae! v- twt eoanniotueated with
.iMiiiDKitacuM voiotue nnaumibj water bea
ncied on by A autfik force id a ainjtte JumIIou. tw
it i cuoonTaMe tbat a euitrfderabte rtrerortioii of Sir
K oiKUMiwn ni on iiuu, u cvauu vj VfCannC the
het. mold tw dtMated wttbtn a ttmparatiWly plain
lilanot altaetifcer rmfrttlahhte that aotn mighty
tnhirid bafldias a notne " ttttderneath wtr
and that wm itoetaplrr in
l. xry tbe byaal uwttic of Hawaii aiudeed
atie h had ta do f or Haa ui'a Tolcaoic mater in
the Meat Pacific.
Mr- XL C loewTttt aooreubi that 'tbe pat of harm
riju imUatO waa mojeahmc more than a iwg, one
botue Writ awaUiwed awd cradaalfy dMprraed
'..rt like the amok- from a etoamlMMt'a tfarke was
Uck fbh aocrffiU itb mj own obserwttfoB.
V. a Oltw for
iLev W X. Swan the bradntaatet at lilani remit
tueh iost baa fllled In a UKt acceptable on
tiiHUmr ban reahjuud tits poaiUon. tmacooeatut
fimru.' t Ttwwtetice. tbe iMPfUaa will be sions
tor Alx. C. It V hite at tbe coraomeoroient of toil
tana, liefore the departure of the ncbHlnri for If
tbtir hmura. on the IWlb mat. tbe rrttrinir bead
n'jwt. r waa tnade tbe recifiteat ot a hndaw
wslct nud a fiofd J' tins. WKnrajUPd with a
altabk addreaw. aa a sbi;lit token of the esteem Sua
andcood ibet of the olriUra, and w bo. with ct
taanr older of Iba cotnamaity wiab
tuAlth anj harrviee; to tv nrrerend peoUenuui bad
:i hii (utsrc jOBrary.afi.
The nnn' Gonx tAnirx aace nieetloc wajheld
Ietbcl veatre reainco( tbeSOthioat,
w iflirr aiicziLira i: (rninv wvre nr a vr
Itif charnrtc. and ill to re neated arin 1
fTenicj: rf tha :"Ui xst '
sst slants ik unci.
WCUNESDAT. DECEMBEK 21. 1661
Fiioji ltst letters we learn that the
for wven years of tho Hawaiian
Jlreijirocity TWaty has lx?cn signed liy
Uje J?ccrptary of State. It vas to come np
lieforo the Senate eome time dorinp tbe
ireekfollowingtbelSUi. Seeing bow miuiy
treaties are liefore tbe Senate, tbere way
be eonsiilerable difficnlty in Retting onrs
An excellent jietition from tbe San 1- ran
riuYk tnArrbanU was telecnmbeil to Sena
tor Miller, which lays ont the whole question
in a Terr clear manner and bears tho
aignatiuts. of (be most influential fiims in
San Francisco. A telegram in reply nays
the effect of the petition ha lieen very
List Sunday evening n HlUo tribe of
children asked to have the Christmas
bymus Jilayed to them. Uow the little
voices did ring ont clear as liclls. There
was a joyousness about iiie tones, n thor
ooghness about the manner of singing
WHICH lOlU ID lUeiT IllVJU Uiiuua M vuai o
son freighted with pleasant things was
Yes. Christmas day of 18S1 will lie with
us to-morrow. Just as the Xew Year is
the time for looking back npon the years'
work, so is Christmas the time fur looking
lmck ixm a year's friendship and loe.
It is a blessed thing that such a season
does oeenr. that the cynical the world
worn, the vwin. have a moment when
th7 arc really called to look back into the
Mstuot for balancing of dollars and cents,
nut for broodins over ill deeds, not for
sighing uTer misfortunes and loss but for
coosHlenug how good and land human
nature, with nil its deficiences, is. That
the opiKntunity is allowed to sup by. that
Uie nam oi nean are noi soiicneu i not
tlte fault of the season Thank God. how
ever, Uiere are Uiom who are touched, and
that tlieir uumlier i- liy far the greater of
thoe sLo Ine in Christian lands
This evening and to-morrow's morn will
ms- nianr a man or roman in this city
lswring in mind the present surroundings
and going lck into tho iiast. Gray heads
will for the moment gold or raven
and kneel at the mother's knee; Kr
mother who is but a memory now! and a
sad, sad feeling will come over the world
worn man us h realues hov far below
mother's nleal be has fallen uo matter
who "mother'' was from the slattern to
the duchess, tho heart, in these matters, is
the fcanie, and the drndgo holies for her
jlfetmnir ns keenly as the Oturu.
Tiuiu lui'iaory 'will co buck to father.
Uieftlromr htirtv luau lvlio cared m
learlv, or tin weakly man who fought m
Itnirelt for onr lniug; autl then to
friends. As we po on in jears. how many
of the latter fall by the wiV. Some go to
rtwL find their life labor in distant
laihis, wmup fall by tho way and become n
reproach, a wsorn. to tlioso who know thein
oL n bitter Kri(f t those who lo e them
Such thought, and many moreconit on
as nil ftt the Christinas season; our own
folliets onr m our hoUw and dis
likes crowd on us G.k1 comes, however.
It i right to ha e n Mlf reckoning as well
as lmlancing of dollars and many an
account of -elf will 1 k cast nji this evening
to find the balance on the hide of sclhVh
Hem, greed, and w hat not.
But we must look on the brighter bide
loo. l'air haired iIJ6s is lookimr forward
to her doll. and incy lioj is hoj)ing for
ins toys. . nni n treason 11 is 10 our goou
little ieo)le the tme fairies of hnman life.
AVhat fthnekimr. w hat laughter there will
Ik morrow: howthebonnie
little Leads will dance, the bright little
cyw Piwrkle, and not from delight of
either, but from the much purer
delight of ghing. Dance away little
bAlrns. laugh and enjoy yourcl res; your
juy and laughter w ill do more to bring out
the best nnalitic of man's frail nature.
than all the sermon or articles ercr writ
And so amid an echo of what we lelievo
to be the holiest and 1hsI tiwn earth, we
wish to all A Vcki Mekhv Cuumus!
ISttiS" the number of ouestious that
tltr an to Ik? considered by the Board
of Health, it isrstraordinary that no meet
itiff at tho Hoard has lecn called. It was
underfctood at the last meeting that a new
one ithould called on the return of ihv
Attorney Ueneral from Lahaina: but that
gentleman has been Uict some time and
(till ho meeting has taken place.
Tlie President of all the Boards con
tinucb to mRki' aptointinenta. raist or
lunn ntutuii7. uiMiiif ur nisi ns it
fiUiU his own will and pleasure. Of courbe
the gentlemen comprising the Boanl
are hAtistiixl with tliis state of things, are
comem to tteiegaic their Kwer to their
Tnwident, it is their own look out Hold
ing place on that Board they are restwn
nible for what the Board does, and it is no
shelter for them to nay "the President did
it;" an excuse whicli has Uxm uMd both
by members of the Boards of Ileal 111 nnilof
liducfttion I f gentlemen accept tositions
on Btwrd. they ought to do their dutv on
them, and they are not doing their duty
the have eterv matter connuctoil
with that Board's work laid before them.
Then hole and corner dibtnlssaLs of com
ietit men are things that ought not to
done.lf a man is ineonijtcteut let him
but with the consent of the
Board. If he is comin'tent he should be
kept; the Board of Health ought not to
K-come a place for pandering to tho all
grasping Minister's kisle for enal fator
Twt luitwrters of the Sprcckols sih er and
their dependents and .supporters thought
irvper to attempt iersonaI abuse of thoM
who ventured to oniKre the imiKirLitimi
that coin. The curWone imprecations.
uire tunvits. not to ue sure oi shooting,
of other terrible things, with which
guest at a social entertainment were rt
gaieit. nave ceased, long continueil " ens
sing " will tire out any one.
The solid ground however on which tho
silur people have stood from the first ii.
that all objection" to the introduction of
coin were Iiased on political motives.
desire to injure the good name or business
interests of those concerned is also
charged, accompanied with considerable
This was a iHnliar.y unfortunate
method to adopt If a regard foriolitical
interest means, aa it ought to do. a regard
public inten'stH. no one can le maligned ot
the accusation that be is acting for
what he deems to le for the public benefit as
It iersonal hostility i charged as the
motive of those who oniosod the comim?
that silver, such charge will not for n
moment bear investigation. As well charge
Government with licinir influenced bv
iersonal hostility to Mr. Spreclels and to
m aiivocaiing auu approving uie w
law. and from the fact dint it has led
in dioCounting that une silver four
J ne contraci ty whi.cn Uovcrnmcnt gold
londs were to la tsold at twenty ier cent
below ir was an illegal contract which
would not bear judicial inquiry Af ter its
in lite Supreme Court, it was armor
ently given np by mutual consent But
public injury was ncvcrtholess allowed
be done, by concedinir to rtrivate ter
the right toinUoduce. "Vfitbout tiay
ment of duties, and put into circulation.
lanre volume of silver rnin If 1.
duties reauired bv law Lad .wen mllertnl.
(iovernnM''nt would to-day be at so
much less loss in replacing the gold, for
ier cent on a million dollars is one
hundred thousand dollars. at
It ouirhi to lie idain that the motives- of
Spreckels in this transaction, or of
Government in supporting it, however
they wore, are of comparatively no
roiiM?quenw to tho public.
motives of those who by fair iirocecdings
a court of justice fought to prevent that
business of the slightest concern, tho real
question then leing, the public benefit or oi
which would result That question
must admit is no longer open. It
a very harmful transaction to allow
Jrl.tWOjCXXI in silver coin to be brought here
the benefit of private persons, and to
that coin, besides paying seme ninety
uivuauuu UVMW3 iui UlfS, IVllUUg,
and freight for this precious coin.
the same coin had iiaid into tho Trcasnrv is
forthejMld bondr, of the. Hawaii an Got
eminent the cxipnM? of ei changing it for 1
to meet Uio. requiremente of the gold
would haa been a heavy tax on the
community, so tliat in either case it was a
job, the moral of which is that law
makers and jjuardians ought at least to
pretend tool y the law
The agree ment of the Chamber of Commerce
to taxe sdver certificates in lieu of
gold ca: ra -v tie chantry from
Uie final J btuiung the gold
by exporting eJtet. than wald nn agreement
to disr!15 -a iifmi ul2 lil0
law of gravitation change tfc fpecific
gravity oi bodies. .
If that agreement (to take ccrtibcatcs)
tilled the Cabinet into a Fensc of Fecunty
in reiving upon ralvw, and tho'non
wntatlon of the certificates, it would be
better to have let the law take its course
The depreciation of solver was a necessary
roiiywqnencc of keeping too much of
it, and of having too little gold for the
irarnoses of tho currency Act. If tho coin
exchange had been folly made by Dec 1,
tho Hawaiian silver remaining would Jiavo
been in full demand, o that there would
le no occasion for the Finance Office to
publish it at 11 wr cent discount ; no cause
lor meetings of the Chamber of Commerce
to consider whether the time had come to
declare the bullion value of that silver;-no
talk of what the Chinese or natives or
mechanics may do if left biglianddry
with nothing but 83 cent silver dollars in
place of the gold to which the law entitles
them. It is unwise, it is folly and mad
nets, to wait for mutterings from tho crowd,
for Chinese iiressurcto induce tho authorities
to eet tilings right Those arc not
the influences to which this commnnitv
should, even by inference, seem to appeal
for its rights, for it is an unsafe prece
M'e appreciate the of the
Chamloor in declaring the actual value of
the fcilver a the aiue they will accent
"We trust thero may be no necessity for the
ttep. But that liody took upon itself a
crae resiionsibility in cansins the certifi
cates to bo withheld, leaving the Treasury
dejiosit to be tbed for many other jrtiqxjses
ltesides its legitimate one of redeeming
certificates, and more than nlk we fear.
inducing the Cabinet to put off the
of their duts of iirovidinc more
To git e up Mich agreement now would
het gold circulating, and demonstrate to
the Cabinet that they cannot with safety
to themselves or the Government lonirer
defer a thorough couirdmnce with the currency
An immediate, but certain and regular
dei tortation of bih er and bringing in of gold
will straighten out matters beyond doubt
Just now Hawaiian silver is like Hoinpty
Dtumitv on the wall, if he is allowed to
All the Kiiic'h burses, all the Kinu'a int?n,
Amid not pLt Hnmptj Uoroply to pettier agaia.
Tux recent publication of a so called
of tho Commissioners at large in the
South Pacific demands attention, not from
the intrinsic value of the precious docu
ment and iU apjiendioes. but from the
utter abburdity of it and from certain
extraordinary btatements. which rr suo,
the Government aiwlogist has managed to
group around his central idea.
In the first place the statement is inado
that criticism on this affair emanated from
the "enciniea of the King." AYc doubt
very milch indeed whether this idea of in
torvicwing lietty chiefs of half fctarved
islands emanated from His Majesty's mind.
The idea originated in tho fertile and
Eastern imagination of that one of the
Ministers whose opinions dominate those
of the rest. Granted however, that tho
Jung did originate the folly, why should
tho&u who criticize it be regarded as ene
mies of the King? Can a King not err? Can
he not commit loUy T is he uilierent from
other men? and is folly not to be laughed
at? Wo trow not.
We criticize our friends, the shafts of
wit and of satire are found beneficial in
social hfe. why shooild they be withheld
when buch legitimate game as the South
Sea Annexation scheme came on. The
men who satirized that scheme and the
members of the expedition were far more
the King's friends than those who went
uittn it or .who first planned it King's
enemies!" the phrase is absolutely absurd.
The opponents of this stupid scheme but
pursued a legitimate course in laughing
atahjngejoko which the unfortunate tax
payers will have to foot a bill for. H satire
is legitimate between private individuals,
it is legitimate against sovereigns no mat
ter how lofty or how lowly they may be.
whether they rule all the Bussias or
whether they dominate the head of a bar
rel lloatiDg in a southern sea. The King's
enemies are his Ministry which has miulo
him thoroughly unrpular.
The next statement we would like to
renew is that ns the reiwrt of Cant. Trim)
camo too late for embodying in the F. O.
Iteport to the Legislature, the implication
is that tho report could not therefore be
put before the country. A an act of clemency,
and thanks to the efforts of that truly
unofficial organ which so ably mirrors the
wishes of the G overanient the information
is put forward about nine months after it
was received. It is absolutely absurd to
gull people that it could not be sniplied
before. The fact is that as long as a trial
was hanging over the heads of the Cabi
net they dared not nublish it because thev
knew not what might be elicited, but the
chance of a trial having disappeared from
their horizon, they were then prepared to
"cook1 their story to suit the liawaiian
palate, and Wi produced it. This is the
result that most people come to when they
set to work to think about the matter.
For results of this vain able expedition,
we have wrecked vessel and a bundle of
letters, signed by half a dozen unbreechod
barbarians who. thanks to the educating
influence of the Hawaiian Envoy, burst
forth into full blown Kin?. Thatmitrhty
iwtentate. by tho Grace of God liing of
Butaritari." who was visited by the -God
of Gods" while away in "one of the provinces
of his Jdncdom," and "ended his
work in this world to rest in the other
world." wo find on examination dwelt on
an island exactly six miles long by one
half to a mile wide! Wo must criticize
the Hawaiian Envoy: ho has not taught
the lesson Dronerlr. Tho smaller the ter
ritory, the greater should bo tho
of titles. Thero was once a territory
twelve miles in circumference, inhabited
by pigmies &ix inches high, whose mon
arch understood how to assert himself.
In a celebrated state document which has
Ix-en preserved, fortunately, to our own
times ho styled himself:
"Golbusto Momarein Eolaino Gurdilo
Shepin Mully Null y G ue. most Mighty Em
of liilhpnt delight and terror of the
Iteror whose dominions extend' firo
thousand Hiriug (about twelve miles in
circumference) to tho extremities of the
globe: Monarch of all Monarchs. taller
than the fcons of men ; whose feet press
down to the center, and whose bead strikes
against the sun : at whoe nod the princes
the earth shake their knees; pleasant as
siring. comfortable as Miciiner. leautiful
autumn, dreadful as winter."
Xow had the Mighty Monarch of Makin.
Batiritari started his letter something of
after the above mould, we should have felt
that the expedition had not been in vain.
that tho light of literature had begun to
shine in the South Pacific, that civilization
uld tjiroad among the isles of the tea,
and tliat to Hawaii's brow another laurel
would have lieen added. Alas! that so
golden an opportunity has been lost The
next Knroy that goes .southwards should
not forret to take a rocket edition of Gul
liver along with him. Ml will then go
AccoiU'iNO to the official bbttemout of
the Itogistrar of lublic Accounts, there
were 5?GiO.GDO of certificates of deiKfcit
outstanding on the IGth instant, which by
law are redeemable on iienianu at me
Treasury in United States gt!dcoin. and
4?i,810 of ten dollar certificates, in like
manner redeemable in silver coin. at
By the same statement the amount of
United State gold coin in the Treasury
that date was $325,000. or S323,(B0.1ess
lhan is reauired for redeeming tho certificates
which arc payable in gold.
The Registrar also announces that the
TYeasury has sufficient silver coin to re
devxn the ten dollar certificates, and, estimating
the liawaiian silver as worth SO
ctsuts on a dollar, that the Treasury has
3,4W.OO in siher coin as the equivalent
the SWJNJO deficit of gold coin. In
A o commend that olhcex tor thus mak
ing public tho condition 01 Uio Treasury.
Nothing is so likely to cause d'strust as
tho attempt to coneeaL or exaggerate, com
bined as it usually is, with ostentatious
defiance of the public right to have correct of
and lull information on such matters.
As he has howeer. iilaced an official
valuation upon Hawaiian silver coin which
considerably above its actual market
valne. as bullion, the irablic will nso its
valued bv the bank ox California at 85 to
cents a dollar, and 9$ cents for two half to
dollars. Bar silter by latest quotations is
worth less than it was then. The bullion
value of tho coin in Honolulu varying according
to its proportions of dollars and
fractions of a dollar, can only be shown in
inodo provided m the currency Act. by
advertising fur tender to purchase it for tb.
eiiwrtalion, with the condition that it be to
melted down in San Francisco, and not
gold there for re-importation.
It is not our desire to treat this question
of the gold deficit in a way lending to
cause unnecessary alarm. A e are aware
that in the opinion of a few. there is no
danger in relying upon the present supply
in the Treasury, ns long as silver enough
is kept there to represent, at its bullion
value the amount of gold for which tho
certificates call Those who entertain that
opinion base it upon the fact that banks
of issue are not expected to hold, and
usually do not hold, at any one time
cnougn gold to redeem all their outstanding
notes, and that Governments do not usually
keep on hand gold enough to pay all
their bonds, before they become payable.
This argument is unsound and eminently
unsafe. Banks authorized to issue paper
money make their profits largely becanso
tho law permits them to issue notes "with
a spocio basis less in amount than tho volume
of their notes. Such banks are required
to give securities or hold property
of value equivalent to all their notes, their
officers arc to some extent liable, and the
banks themselves, as corporate bodies, are
liable to tho suits of individuals, and to bo
placed in a receiver's bands if their notes
arc not paid on demand.
But a government cannot bo so treated.
It has no securities for its obligations, except
tho good faith of its officials, and their
unswerving obedience to the law of the
land- These certificates of deposit aro not
bonds ravablo at a future date, they are
not given for money lent but arc simply
tho certificates of tho deposit in tho Treasury
of tho sums of money, as stated in
them.;wjW on demand. In other vrords,
the Treasury is a trustee of such
money, it is the money oi tho
Such deposit is not mado for tho
benefit of the Treasury, but solely for the
comenienco of tho depositors, it is their
money to which they areenutiea whenever
thev ask for it.
If individuals, or if tho bank of Bishop
ana Co. see nt to let their money no on
deposit or to mako siKJcial agreements
with the Treasury to leave it there, and to
keep their ccrtihcates, mat is wen cnougu.
But such an arrangement certainly ought
to bo made, if tho Treasury proposes to go
along without the kind and amount of
com which tho law anu the certmcaies tie
The result of doing otherwiso will, wo
aro confident be to mako gold scarcer and
dearer, and to make silver cheaior. The
Treasury already announces the latter result,
namely, the cheapening of 'silver.
The gold famine will come more slowly,
but no less burely.
A further drop in sugar, a falling off in
the amount or valueof ourexixrtcdcrois.
would make gold rush out of tho country
so rapidly that tho consequences would bo
at onco "disastrous. But tho slow and
steady withdrawing of gold from circula
tion is a necessary incident of a short sup
ply. A knowledge of the differential cal
cuius is not reauired to enable one to cal
culate this. The simplest rules which control
men'b actions, the plainest dictates of
common sense. ioint to what is coming,
if the gold shall not soon bo obtained for
jiayment of all those certificates behind
which the law declares that there must be
United States gold.
AmuciL Ltos3 of the Hritidi Navy, was at the
Clarendon Hotel. New York, Not. 1Mb. He Bailed
autwcqncntlj lr England.
"Minn the man who talks with las month nLout
pore and revolution." Rays the
"Fire oot'of six he is cither a coward or an
Os n ttipnronnd the world the most expeumw
link is that from San Francisco to Yokohama,
which costs $2J0, with uo cat rates, because there
is no competition. And even at those agate the
steamship company claims to lose money now that
an embargo haa been placed on Chinese travel.
In tho Atmmnud Sam Journal of Nov. lud. it
Honolulu correspondent, over the signature "L,"
Enggefcts a sensible method (oobnate the difficulty
of color blindness, a3 prevalent amongst railway
and eleamlxnt men. He nays: "Instead of the
red and green lights on vessels, snbstitate two
white lights on one side, port or starboard and one
wm.e ugmon tr.eo.ner; lor railways, oay Kignai
could be made with white flag, and white lanterns
at night, one, two, or three, one above the other."
It people mil take ready made clothes, j at them
on and then ask all their little world to observe
what a perfect fit they are, it is not tho rruTince
of outsider to object to the particular fit of tho
clothes. Of course, they may see that here and
there there is a wrinkle, bat it wool J be tho height
of ill breeding to make any mgn that the garment
is n misfit. Ill breeding the Oilrnr ccrer shows,
therefore the recent appropriation of garments in
question can roett with no objection in these columns,
My they wear comfortably and may their
wearers lire long after the rotten feluff in hich
they baTc clothed wears ont.
Tho San Francisco Mail Service.
Tor some time nast a Strom; dceire has been
among the boanee. men in tho colony
that tho San Francisco mail should be hastened.
and there sCcms no reason why this should not be
accomplished bj the company for their own credit.
Tho matter haa been many time diseased, and
recently tbe tnhjtct was brought before thu attcn
tion of tbe Auckland Chamber of Commerce by
by Mr. J. Jiilen. 1 be result of the consideration
was a letter which was written to the
to which he in doe time replied, 'ibe
following is a portion of the corrrcponccnce thus
7 Oar committee consider this matter of sufficient
importance that steps might be taken, if necessary,
during the present ikskioo of Parliament so
that ample time may be given for arranging a new
contract before the present one expires. 6. Oar
committee aro also of opinion that in renewing
the contract f artlicr timo would gamed, and the
service shortened, by omitting to call at Honolulu,
as the Government of the Sandwich Inlands makes
no contribution tjwards the rubsidy, and the
steamers, by treaty with another company, hiTO
ceesed to trado there. I havo the honour to be,
Sir, jour obedient oerrant. John llcid. Chairman.1'
In answer. Sir Julius VogeL the
General scat the following reply:
Tn lhfl Chairman Chamber of Commerce. Auck
land. General Post Office, ISth November, !&!.
Sir. I navo to acknowledge me receipt oi your
letter of the Slstnltimo. oflcrinc succeslions bv
jour Chamber for improving the mail service
between New Zealand and United Au.lom by
way of Sin Franciwo. Many of the points to
wnica jour Chamber uraws attention were wen
considered by tbe Uoverment of the day, when
arranging for the renewal nf tho service tip to
Nov. lt&. X. Yon aro no doubt aware that the
contract lime between San Francisco and
from ntxt month is to be shortened by SI
hoars: and f would remind yon ttiit even now tbe
mails are delivered at Auckland in considerably
under todays (the present contract tirocj from
San I'rancisco. The service amy be capable of
improvement, but nuUnag lartucr iu
can be done during the currency of the exist-in"
contract. I am not aware that there is any
ocean mail service ta the world earned oat at a
speed ot sixteen miles an hoar; and I think it will
oe some lime vciore iuo coiony ia to uavc
iu ocean mails carried at such a rate of ieed.
The Canard steamers are not now considered the
swiftest vesseh phingon the Atlantic. 'I Lis is,
or has been of late, conceded to the Union line;
but even the average speed of the Allan tie steamers
has considerably under Mxteen knots an hour
The direct mail steam service by the New Zealand
Shipping Company's fleet, between New Zealand
and the United Kingdom, which which will be
inaugurated next month under contract with the
Government, wtll provide a regular alternative
fortnightly service with the San Francisco line.
This, probably, was not contemplated by your
Chamber at the time when it discussed tho ruev
tion of tbe mail service. The direct service will
alTord a quicker and cheaper mean for the transit
mails between tbe colony and the mother conn
try than by the Urindisi and Suez route, which it
fdionld almost entirely snpnlant ai an alternate
mail lino for New Zealand. I have, &c, Julius
WcxxrsaTos, Dec Sib.
Da nag the law. three months a Ion;; battle hn
been proceeding betaecn New South Wales and
New Zealand regarding the San Franciwo mail
nerrice, and it i at length settled satisfactorily
for New Zealand. The late Oovernment of New
Zealand, entered into an arrangement for the service,
by which they agreed to pay 131 SO per an
nam ngaint I1S.7.V) paid by New South Wales;
although the latter was to have the benefit of the
terminus of the tme. For a very little more the
New Zealand Oovernment could have had the
terminus in New Zealand. They not only did Dot
t&beadrantaceof pooh an orportonity, bat thev
consented to New South Wales having a power to
withdraw daring the Uit twelve months of thv
contract, though New Zealand was to coutinne
bound. Of course, aacn a provision give tne
nowerto New South Wales tomvwh&t it liked
for the sears service, as the boats were to
cjntmos to run to Sydney. It raigbt. however,
least have been supposed that New South Wales
would divide with New Zealand tho benefit of an .
reduction. This, however, they snowed no dii
dom lion to do. They save tbe requisite notice of
withdrawal from tbe contract, intimating ib?
earce to tbe New Zealand
and adding significantly that this would not preclude
them from cocstaering fresh proposals from
the contractors. There was evidently an intention
not to lose the wrtJec, but to obtain a reduction
of tbe cost; indeed, the- contractors sub
Hequently admitted what amounted to an endrr
standing of this nature. The Government were
Mannoytd at tbe manuer in which it was pro
pofed to treat New Zealand that they determined
that the contractors at leat ahoold pay for it.
order to do this they treated the withdrawal of
New Sjuth Wales as anal, and had recourse to
precisions in the Poet OSce Act which prohibited y
steamer under contract to New Zealand from
carrying the mail, of other colonies without iis
consent. Accordingly, when tho
end of New South V, alM announced later that ho
bad arranged with the contractors for a redaction
i-TWO, and to rejoin as a contractor subject to
New Zealand's conent, the
positively refused each consent, gave notiee of the
cJaiue to the Post Office Act. and declined to
allow the mails of New South Wales to be carried
nnleM a prior arrangement was made with hint.
Ue informed the oontrsetors he would not agree
their arrangement with New South Wale unless
they made a rorresponding reduction of iTixM
New Zealand. The contractors refused to make
any allowance whatever to New Zealand, where -spun
the give tbcm formal
notice Dot to carry the New South Wales mails
without his consent. Lengthen! negotiations
foUowrd, and have waited it length in tint
cjIo o ajrecing to paj New Zealand iTCUJ for
ige of its mails. "New Zealand will olj gf t
whole of the amount1! from the other eoloaiea
for the (-image of their mails. The net payi ;en
New Zealand will be about JEttJO
Calendar for th Jmiuij Tern. Saprema
utnrnru, uses ros tuwirus .mi.
Tb.. King Vs. H.Aea; grosa cheat. The AUor
fn IIS fVo"w
The Kingvs. Attorn; rerlary. The Attorney-
mn. cists ros mwinis .rcxr.
Kaawihi ts. Noa; ejectment. A. S. liartwell.
for plaintiff; E. Freston, for defendant.
J, 11. Makole ct al. vs. Luhflea; ejectment. A.
Host, for plaintiffs; J. L. Kaulukoa, for defendant.
W. Ik. Castle, for plaintiff; Kinney fc Fctersnn,
Katnohonaa vs. Kohiana et al; ejectment.
.t Peterson- for nlaintiff.
N. Holi et aL ts. P. F. Koahanu; coTtnant i,
h inner x Fetenon. for plaintiffs.
Kaawihi ts. Mary S. ltoae; ejectment. A. S.
liartwell. for plaintiff: L.lreston. for defendant.
Marya. llosevs. Henry Smith; ejectment. H.
l'reston. for plaintiff; A. S. Hart well, for defendant.
caszs roa wriED cit.
Kahai ct al. vs. Annie K. W. Hafnes et al;
S. B. Dole, for plaintiffs; Kinney t
Herniee 1. lllshop ttaL vs. Lokani et al; trespass.
F. 21. Hatch, toJ plaintiffs; K. Frestoo, and
V. 'A. Whiting, for defendants.
Moknhia vs. Wm.McCandless; assumpsit. J.L.
Kn ulukoa, for plaintiff: F.iL Hatch, for defendant.
Lono (w.) et al. ts. II. IlnUlps 4 Co.; ejectment.
Kinney k Peterson, for plaintiffs; IE. F. Ilickcrton,
Stephen Spencer ts. KimoKaai; assumpsit. E.
1'restou, for plaintiff.
Wainee Hell ts. Mele Anderson; ejeetmenL Kin
ney A Peterson, for plaintiff; A. S. liartwell, for
C. J. Fishtl vs. S. C Labia a; assampsit. K. F.
Hickerton, for plaintiff.
I). Luha ct aL ts. A. Fcnundex Jr.; trespass
A trover. Aehford, Kinney A Peterson, for plaintiffs.
ceixjxxl curji ros rosxios jcbt.
iheKuv t. Hiram A. Uridges; mamdaughtcr,
1st degree. The Attorney-General for the Crown;
V. Ik. 3asUe, for defendant.
rboKingvs. Joo Miguel; larceny, 1st degree.
Tbo Attorney-General for the Crown; J I.ussell,
the King vs. C. H. Tierncy; kidnapping. The
for tbe Crown; A. S. liartwell,
The King vs. F. G. Pond; gross clieaL Tho At
torney General for the Crcwn; iLCAicry, for
IheKingTs. Frank Mailer; perjury. The Attorney-General
for the Crown.
The King vs. Wong Kan; counterfeiting. Tlio
Attorney-General for tbe Crown.
The King ts. Chang Chew ho Qua!, assault it
battery. A. S. liartwell, for tbe Crown.
The King vs. Lo Qoai; using threatening lingu
afife. A. S- HartwelL for tho (Jrovn.
civrx, cxsxs ran roouas jcet.
M.S. OrinbaumJt Co., vs. San Wo A Co.,
Kinney t Peterson, for plaintiffs.
Aktona vs. Kohala Sugar Co.; case, A. S.
for plaintiff; W. 1L Castle, for defendanL
Kohala Sugar Co., vs. 'Inompson Urothers;
W. 1L Castle, for plaintiff; A. S, liartwell,
John Bryant vs. G. V. Alacfarlme A. Co.;
A. S. liartwell. for plaintiff.
Wilder J: Co., vs. C J. Wall itnl; nssamjisiL
C. W. Ashford, for plaintiffs.
11. A. Macfie . II. 1 lack f eld A Co.; assumpsit.
F.M. Hatch, for plaintiff.
Un Wong vs. Kan Chu; nssamiiL Kinney fc
Peterson, fur plaintiffs; A. S. liartwell, for defendant.
J. G. Merrill A. Co., vs. A. Jaeger; assumpsit.
S. 11. Dole, for plaintiff.
Anin ct aL vs. Goo Kim; trcspasji. F. M. Hatch,
C. llrewtr t Co vs. G. U. Lace: asaumpsit.
W. It. Castle, for plaintiffs.
M. do Gonvcia vs. L. Lola; exceptions at July
Term. C. Drown, for plaintiff, appellant: J. b. ,
itauiuikoa, lor ucienuani.
Kaimiola etal. vs. llenietal; exceptions at October
Term. A.S. Hart well, for plaintiffs, appellants;
Kinney J; Peterson, for defendants.
Mele liolelui tt al. rs. Keoul Kapn ct al; exceptions
at October Term. K. 1'rcston, for plaintiffs;
Kinney A, Peterson, for defendants, appellanta.
W. C. Achi vs. Kauwa et al; exceptions at October
Term. W. It. Castle, for plaintiff, arntllant:
F. M. Hatch, for defendant!.
W in. Mutch 1 1 01.VS, llolau et al; equity anneal.
8- B. Hole, 'for plaintiffs; fur defendants, appellants.
Folate of Kaio; probate optcal. S. It. Dole, for
respondent; W. I. Holohahiki, for contestant.
Puhi tt al. vs. Kaulanactal; exceptions at October
'lerra. W. It. Castle, for plaintiffs;
& Poepoe, for defendant, appellants.
Estate of Mrs. Ikrnice Faaahi llishon; probate
appeal. F. M. Hatch, for respondent1,; O, II. Ka-
laauivane, lor contestants.
If. itiemcnftchncidcr ts. b. It. Dole; exu dUoo
at October Term. W. It. Castle, for plaintiff;
defendanL in person, appellant.
Pihako (t.tvs. liana (w.) Kinncv JL l'eterson.
I'oioiafw.) Ts.ivaifti ik.) j.1j. nauiukoa, ior
Maria Kamohat ts. Alina (ch.) W. I. Holokahiki,
Aaiki (w.) v.). KaliuU (k.) W. h. Holokahiki,
John Kaaana vs. Mary Kac; Kiuney tt Peter
6ou, for plaintiffs.
At 11 a. ui. on the 17th, insL, n continuation of
tho heavy ram showers noticeable on tho previons
day, occurred, and the wind oon again commenced
to blow strong from the S. W. at 1:20 p.m. a
heavy squall from W.S. W. struck tbe city, the
wind causing however bat slight damage
ard. as far as reported. Along the wharves the
heavy wind nruvented locomotion and the chonor
I sea caused tho vessel to roll considerably, bales
ui uav ociug ioquu na icuucrs 10 proici
the wharves. The litvrti y lying at the 1. il. S. S.
wharf, was forced ahead, when the .squall struck,
raiting Lead and utern hues and thero was for a
moment n pro&ect of the vessel bnnging np near
the barque tf. U'httmoir proudly erect on the
bed of the Murine railway. Happily an anchor
out abend stopped the progress of the Dueorery
and bhe was again secured w ithout farther damage
than tbe Iohs of her gangi'lanV. Heavy rain fell
daring the prevalence of the wjuall and afterward
and tho biromUer indicated 'DMX A lino of
whilo breaker extended clear acmvi tho harbor
cutraucv, barring entrance tr exit.
the wind lulled and bea went down and at 4 fl
p. m. n largo number of wero treated to
tLo eight of the steamer IF. (. Jhll captain fteh
of the I. S. N. Co., making a safe pasiWge of tho
bar and entering the harbor. The weather has
aiDce been hardly pleasant, the wind being still
from the South and West accoin p.inied with occasional
MR. W. C. PARKE
1I4 an Oflli i' oi er 3Jesrs 111-hop & Co. Pank, corner
Jkrchaut and KaahnmaKU Ms., and will be happy to
attmd to any basincsf rntrnsted to bis care. lira km
MiO. w. r. ALLEN,
o an oOicc with Messrs. CirhopA Co., corner of Mu-
ebaut and Eaahitmann Mreets.and be will be pleased
.ntltnd toanybBEiness en true ted loblm. 1UC1 6m
FURNISHED ROOMS 3nt and cosily For
Ituoms can be bad by an early application at
I'W' NO. O.MtDEN LINE.
HONOLULU. Ao-. th, 11.
C. O. BERGER, ESQ- I
Agent Macneale & Urluui Safe. I
Iikh I Ukeereat pleassre In statin tbat Ihe
iIjtMiLE V I'naisSarB I pure bated from yon, and
which went tbruuh the late disastrous Are In my
fton'.caniv ont to my entire silUfactlon. I opened
tht same on theeombiaGtionand fonnd all Its content
In perrecl condition.
rpt. Kth, ll.
C. O. BERGER, Eri.. '
A cent Macnealo & Urban Sare. I
1)la& Mb I take pleasure In adding my testimony
to tht. many in favor of the .Ua.31.u: A Lbs tfara.
The one I purchased of yon some time ao for my
tore at Labaiua, passed throojb the disastrous lire on
the 13th lnl , and on opening the same wit (not any
tronMc with tbe Combination fonnd that it had pre
crrrctl the contents, books, papers; also, one watch, to
liircnlin tittf faction Yonn Truly.
i. 3ra A- S. CLEUIIOllS.
AT Tin: AXM'ATi Mi:i7i'iX(;
the KAUAI TELEPHONIC COMPANY held
at th office of W II. ICIce, Etn,.. Lihne, on Friday.
November 2. lwl, the follow Inc officer were elected
to serve during the eniuing jrir
J k mfth President
i Uilcoa Treasurer
It tt'T Secretary
R W.T.rUKVIfr, Secretary
IJmr.Nm.. 1HB1 1UTS t
REMOVED TO 82. KING ST
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
AND DEALER IX
Vtlinc ILr piihlir Ibit he h. rrmnrrd from C.mtv
Ik II . Elnrk u vt KINU bTUEET. OJolnln; Ihc (Ion
of Mr J. T W.terhoOM ohtrt he h.4 opesnl ont 4
L4rc4Qd Elrr.at Ao9rtmrnt ot
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Fr.u Celebrated Makers
A Splcncid Assortment ot Fine
Jewelry in Gold & Silver,
Un .il uh Mn, Al) th, tt
ol Ml MC.M. 00 himl.
Great Variety of Curios.
rT Tin att' nlionol iBtemliii? pnrrl haees and the
tn paiUcnlar Is called to this ttxk before w.r
ha?-hi? eUrwhrr rv IT
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hat ins vsml Oiur okl btrcL at Auction
are UoW fptmlliz
CASES OF NEW GOODS
i fn. iek. c . .st arrired per
C. R. BISHOP and other LATE ARRIVALS.
Wanted stouk ian:i:i:
take cosir of Coaatrr Store s mist 1- -i
orderly, methodical and rood siltman.
1011 a K.. Ofllre of thi'lVi
BI.SIIOP & CO.'S CKUTII'ICATK
of Deposit "o 1313. dated Peecmbcr lltb. 11,
for Robert Baird for 1 ,500. All perwmiare raatmrrd
azalait negotlatlfig the Fame, as p t ha been
itwped. ItuftEirr HAIRfi.
lionolBla. Dee, gfcl. I!. 1011 K
auiu irxni:nsiGXKU, uas this
. day beew appointed Alrnee of tae ute of
Jore r.Aaiarae. anaakuwpL, All persani owlas csld
Estate are hereby totllled t mate Immediate
tooeattayefficr orer tbe Dank of B If hop i to, la
IlraolnlB. JOSA ACSTI., Aiatgarr
IloaolRla. Wee. 15th. WH a
V"OTICK IS HBUiniV ;ivkn
Xv UtattbeisJertliedlui been appoieted
wtta the Wilt aaezed, of the k uie of lloeert
V. Kalkahl. late of Kakolhsde. Hsmskua, Hswall. d
eafted: mil fterroaa bavts claims slaat tbe raid
Evtateare notlfled tbst they mast preecot the tame
dvlj vrtificd and with the proper voucher! to the
within six (t) months from the date of this
nc4.ee, or theywtll beforever barred; and sllperfoBa
owlas the sahl Eute are renaef t.f(l tmnake Innedlalc
parnenlloUieaBiIerilzned. UL'FCS A. LYMAN.
Admlnlttraior with the 1I1 annexed of the latc or
IL I". Kalkahl.
raanhafl. lUmakaa. Hawaii, Dec 1 L In I. lll Jm
By vii:tui:ofa witrror
If laed ont of tbe Bprcme Conn Id fTor
of Kanlhew.etal.rulBtllT.alatD Kaahl. Defendant,
for the torn of 11.3; 1 hate levied npon and
thall nffri for to front of AUloIaai Hale, at 13
o'clock noon of
Saturday, the 24th day of January. 1885,
to the hlrhctt bidder for caeh, all the right, title and
Intrrert of the said D. Kanhl In and to all that piece or
parcel of Lacd known aa Tanko. situated la Honolulu
aina. Island of Oaha, m will more follx appear In lloy
al lat en l o. VSi, nnlers said jadmeMt, latrt.
cofts and my expenses are previously std.
Deeds at eipent c of purchaecr.
ffiTorfartberpartlcnUrtappIy toW.A Kiv.iit.
JNU. H. MJI'EIL Uanbal
Hooolnla. Dec.15th.lSM. mil -,i
OX AND AlTKUTHIls 1)ATi:,THK
HONOLULU ICE .VOIIKS COMPANY, will de
llrcr ICE at AN LOW 1ATK4 as anr other compauv
JOHN U. WILDEIC tnpeHnt"i)iIrtit
Honolaln, Nov 1ft. 11 lull
KtCABlKJ . riYTO. UXllUT a. CtSUUAM.
BINGHAM & PINTO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
1SU1U.TEI.S AND OEALLP.b IN
OFFICE-NO. 410 California. Street
UW SAN KILVNL'IStO, CAL. Jm
. TO LKT ! .
rfL a xi:v cottagi: ox 2Lei;n
t.JJrfl bTREET. cooulnlng six rooms. I'oficf.'lou
lar rTn ro For further ioriii.ii
larseninlreor J. E.N A. Jit .
Altheofileeof later Island Meam Navigatiou Co ,
1U3I On the Eiplaw4Mb.
W. E. HERRICK,
TURNER IN WOOD & IVORY
ItETllCL &TUEET. IIOAULLLl'.
Baltutera. Cornlcea. Newels, Table Leca,
BillUnl Balls, Etc., Tamed to Order.
GOOD WORKMANSHIP AND REASONABLE RUES.
M OIVE ME A CALL "tt tr..
Notice of Temporary Administrator.
ryitu uxii:nsir.XKJ, iiavixc
X lieen duly appointed Admlnttttator f tbe
the late franklin II Ender. M. D., of U'aihiku,
deceaecd, (by Hon. A. I'ornander, Circuit Judge l, rail
npon all perrona Indebted to said estate to make iin
mediate pavmcbt to the nndcrtlzbed, and all itersuus
bavins claims atintt said estate art requested lo un-seat
the lame with proper voucher whether secured y
mortgage or otherwise to me at my office tn the Court
Home, Wailuku, within six month from date or bt
forever barred. TII04. W EYKKETT,
Temn Admr Ett.tTsnkltnH M V
Wallnkn. itanl, December 5ih INtl 1UW tt
Tin: iH.xoMiXATioxh or
13, 1, !i and to Cents, can be pnrchated t the
Postoflice, In oj iinantitr from one to one thousand
Envelopes I'erioos rfFldlii on the other Inlands can
tnoenre them from the local I'ojtofllcc: alto domesta
pnl forclgii reply cards. lug?
The Enemy of Fire. The
Harden Hand Grenade.
Ornre or Tin. Ai.i.t at i
Diteoit, Mich . Maj 37th. IVvl t
Un the ncbt of .May Mb, 1 bad oru
sion to ne (he Harden Hand ttrenade Fire Est In 2 til h
ers, Mith which my boat waasappllod, and fonnd ft did
Its work fully better (ban I ezpectrd.
It. KrA, Master Mr., .rtlir
Cinciuo, Jnnc 19tb. IVtf
OESTLturjc My wife, after liphtincllicoil stove
Mas called to an ttber part of the hotite. When she re
tnrnedsbe fonnd the floor covered vtllhbnrnlnzoiland
a brisk fire underway, bhe quickly applied one of your
Hand tirenadea which cave almost instantly Ibe Ii
sired (fleet. No borne thonld be without them
Colnmbia Iron Works, cor. Fulton & Jctrersuii
tfl FtuxnH.a. Sept 2IIh. rl
II. 11. Urot, Kq , 21 .Vo(t.jtwerjf Street, VUt:
Drib bic Wr take plea in re In In form ins you of tin
rood work done by your Hand Grenades at our factory
in Alameda ycIenlay, A Are etneht npoti the ehlnslc
roofnfalsr?e frame strnctnrc and burned furlouslr.
and for a time endangered onr entire works. The tire
was uurniDrotcr aooui one nnnurru leeioi snrtaci
when tbe alarm wan given, and the men allbeinzou
the first floor, seised the rrenatlea and bad lo co un
three Bight of stairs to the lop of the bnlldinp. which
is sixty teet Inch, and there was difficulty In gaining
access to the fire on account of the steepness of tbe
roof and Ibe absence or cleats, whlcii cou
eldcrablc delay. V, ben the men rear tied the lire they
instantly cilincrni'hcd ft bv tbe use of tour Hand
Grenades, although the wire well bnrned. W
tkClieve jour rrendc snvrd the Imlldii, from total
deelrnction. I'leac us an ailditlonal "uppl hn
mediatrlr. Yoms cry truly.
Ordtr ehuuld In arfdn lo Z. K. Myers, Maii
:er California I'rodmi and . Hi.ti I Mm I
Honolulu. II. I HiM...
C. BREWER & CO.
Ei to (all lb- ilttn.h.ii r lie I'u''k t
tb Ir and aruil
STOCK of CARRIAGES
ox ham) ami mi: ai.e
Liberal Discount Made to
Cash Purchasers !
Tht Mock is in part follow
Extension Top Carriages,
Open Buggies, Canopy-Top Phcetons.
Park Phxtons, Brakes,
Express Wagons, Grocer Wagons,
Democrat Wagons .
Mule Carts, Ox Carts, Cane Carts.
Hand Carts and Canal Garrows.
C. BREWER &. CO.
Iliimttnlti lire lb 14SI iix ini
A. H. RASEMANN,
Blank Book Manufacturer
.ILANK BOOKS Or' ALL DEIlirTIO
Ruled and Bound to Order
f lilank Conks, Masaiim Li-al .irnl r
Dound In various Mytee antt at I'rlcr
27 Merchant St.. (Gazette Building
IMS Honolnln, 11.
Tax Collector's Notice.
DISTRICT OF niLO, HAWAII.
ha opened an office in Ihe Court House i Ililii
for the purpose of collecting tixrs. and will b it the
office Thursday. November '-.Mb, Friday, November 21it,
and Saturday, November SM, Monday, forenoon
at Paokaa I'lantatton. Monday noon at the
office of E U Httcbcnrk, rapalkan, Tuesday morn
lur, Xovembcr SJth. at Manajer'a o(Hc Unomea riant
atfon; Tuesday at I'epeekeo I'lanUlion.
Wednesday erenlrt and Thursday
STtb, at Hakalaa I'lantatfon; Tharrday noon Novem
ter STtb. at Houomu I'lantatton ; Friday, November
2t, and Saturday, November rlh. at Lidfftle's omec
Lanpahotboe, and Jndge UK. fa'" residence, and
Monday, Pecem bet sth.il omcr In IIIlo: and after that
date will remiln In IIIlo for the purpose of cdleetin?
rerwns who are liable m la&aiinn are
to pay tbe same before the 1Mb day or Decern
ber, or tbry are liable to pay (tot ten per cent, more
aceordinff to law. TAX COLLECTtiR
Tbe Oold Law coea infll effert leermber let.
R. A. LYMAN Tax Htlo
rpjiK l'LANT in;iM.ToroKi;
X vsed on the 1LXANC TULNTATION. coaslstlnj:
OF MILL, OVERSHOT IRON WATER-WHEEL
3) feel diameter, with Uearinr
Coolers, Ceatrlfejals. Tarblnr Water u
Cans, riows. ranotar, Larpeaiere, t,uoper
TomtebUBllnroa shares and wisblne in fat arc to
triad tis own case, this anorda an naasnal oppcri natty
so dofnn; at verr small eot.
tXT iTica very low ana ktbse easy.
HOUSES AND LOTS
At that anl well ki two ' Kailoa
No j3 bh'1 13S Nnnana Aieau 1 ' tn i
walk from anl lurt
Iff" Ttmi ea-y m ir a, ,
4 u. nuou,
inttf or C , WILLIAMS
TIIKOL'C.II TirKKTri TO T1IK
X VOU ANf'j.suHETI US. cas) at ti
oRKeof tar Inlrr !. N tn T'""l'..,ra.T,1?'
Honolala her Hair lab -W II U.L.
landed at l'nnalu.i. bj ailr.d to TaMl.
where Harm and tBl" will beta attendance
Dy this tan make the round Illp IB I
tu.rmf luff IOTI4U
TflCKET! rck THE ItorSD TKir, InehtdiBi
Horses linlde, Hoard and Lottinir. ".
CT rnrtber ptrUftiUr en nni re at the office or
IntcMsland S. N. Co.. Honolulu,
Or to J F J Rii.iv Vwmwp iPia
1 rail tud
Route and Time Table.
Viii iar llon.ala each Tuesday at 4 I
Makena. Jlahakona Kawalhae
and 11 1 1 Leave Htlo Thursdays at noon,
touch In? at the port on return. arrtvlBcback
Saturday at 3 I. M
I'AsSEXtlEU TKAIN from Malil will leave each
Friday at l P. M . to connect wit a the Klaaa at Jiani
The Kiaaa WILL TOUCH at Hoaokala and raaahaa
on doteu tripi for If a signal la made from
t7 biVMMT Ktnau will ii"! ukt beavy freicht for
Lauuabocboe - Lthi fn fht and All
heavy fretcht for tha above port wtll be taken by the
icuua anu t.:a'n a jma.
Leave-, llntinlul.. evr rv Uubilav al 4 I. M for KjO
nakakai Kabalul K,anae every olherwtek. Ilnelo.
liana, Kipahulu and Nun f.etnrnln will stop at the
atore irrivit ; oaca atnraay nioratn
- I)r mii" ami ptast a;-et nly.
1.. n- II. .1 itl.i () un Mruda.atl. M. for
hbji4 ii UikU. Kutauu. Ilonohlni,
h llakalau xml Ottumea Iteturnlnp will arrive
taik. ii N.n
STW1R. KILAUEA HOU,
Wiilluiv, Hi 1 mn ,&(. laibwiik ft.r imr ports
llimolulii . jrh Wednesday, for KannakakaL
Kama loo I'ukoo. Moanuf, lUIawa, Walla a. I'cleknnn
and Kaiauuapa rtiiumtt each Monday evenln
WTbi. L'ompjnv w.ll not be responsible for any
freicbt or nulw reeefpted for, nor for personal
bacau plalnlv marked. otresponib!e
for monty or jvnelry onl ' placed In charge of tbe
Jlpo;eiuh tan mil 1m Ukt n of Live Mock, bal the
I omiwiu will tint any rUk of accident.
-ML i' WILDER. ITeMciit,
- i; ItUHE, Secretary
tr HIE t Jim r Fun and n Sir. ets
Ilonnljlii Stpt 1" l!
TIME TABLE OF STBiMfiRS
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
I.iMU's lloiiultiln for Maalara, Kona
mill Kan, on
WKDNEhHaV, ... .at I p m
MONDAY. No.imlwr Id ... ..atlpm
Ann hi'- al lloimliilu un
l.MLi:u, t mmand.r.
Leavt nut; TUESDAY, al .1 p m, fur Sawilinitl.
hnltia KItl audWainiLa lltturninz. learea
.irrlvlUK back every
i3L i.l I lU'IIUIULT
..a..- ry TLESDAY. at II M . fur lUni4.
I, lloimkaa and l'aauhaa 1'eturntns will stop
at llitnoj arri.m' bsckeirry ftL'.NDAY niortlnc.
Stiiir. JAS. MAKEE,
La inry Fj:lI)Y, at Ui.ni. for WaUuta.
Ualalna. Kjpa ant) Kilama. lturnlnz leaves Kapai
Tt ESUAY.at I p. tu . and tuucbrn'at U'alalua
and Walanar; arrlviu; back every WEDNESDAY
c ul KU !: tin. i un I KllaueaUtrect
Mdrlb, I'M h Wharf
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
l-i. iiiiioit!. .-Mi;i:.
WILL lEJVE HONOLULU FOR Sill FR1DCISC0
Co cr about Monday Dec. 22,
FOR SYDNEY VIA ADCKLAND!
On or about November 20, 1884,
Fi.r Kre'Klt. r 1 I'assaae. npplr 1
HCMu. II IIACUFKLDA lo ,.,eU
md Inr .Shliitiieut ier Mertiuer rnii itoit
be.storr.1. Free ul linrce.lti the flrrtroet
( nrtmin.T iirnr ,uc iirniurr iiunrii
Tho Agents here art now prepared to
'pin: UNlJEUaKsNi:!) tilVKri NO-
S. tlce tbt b" ha tx en duly appointed
wilh thi will atehed. of the Estate of CAIT.
TlIUMerNCEK. late of IIIlo. It land or Hawaii.
doeraed AH pi Man hsvlnz any cUtms against the
aid cststi an notsflnl that they mutt present the sane
duly ruiSnl. and iiii proper vouchers lo the
wltliln -i; month from the date or this notice,
or they will Ik fonvcr barred, and all persons owing
thr said -Ute are to make immediate pa.
ment tothe nderLnid (. k4 KITTKEUUE.
Admr pucer with will attached.
ill. Hawaii Uct.lrd 1-M am
-MONEY TO LOAN
Good Properly Security, Stocks,
Bonds, Etc. Apply to
M. THOMPSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OKFH K ti.rii.r ind Merchant Mreets.
400, 500 & 600 Gallons
- FjK -.le dy
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Visiting San Francisco
Hawaiian Papers on File
AT THE "trlCE OF THE
S. F. Merchant.
' l 'I ' i' f'nniiKmoa
Editor & Proprietor
' s "S. T. M.rchut.''
couirr or tiik
SuritEiTB ! IToaite. U the matter of
th Estate of ROBKCTCHBSHYRK JANXOH, late of
LlrerpAoI, Enirland. Order appoIaUajr tint
foe Probaie of Will and dlreetle pibllca'lon of tsMlcv
A document, pnrpnrtlilS In be an attested caajj JT
tbe lat Will tuid Tntiinrat and Codicil of xtobrrt
Che shyre Jaalon. deoeased. oa tb T"Hfc day of
Deeember. A. D. 1M. b presented to said rrnbal
CeatrVand si petition foe Ihe probttl thereof, and fee
tho laeeor lettees tesUnenUry toTheopbtlBS IL
Da ties, of Ilonolsla, harlnr b IM by him
It Is hnrhyoMerrd.thatiCEDNESDAr. the lltb
day of Jan wry, A. D. ISO, at 10 o'clock a, ., of MM
day, at the Coart Boon of said Coart,Bl Altlolant
Hale, In said IIohoIbIb b. aad tbe same I. hereby appointed
the time for proline, said Will and henrtBr; said
application, vbra and where any person iitereeted
mar appear and cootcit the said WW, and the
Uls farther ordered, that notice thereof be stem by
paMiejUlon. fr threw saeeesslTe weeks, la tho Ilaw.
nixUiirm.a newspaper printed and pohlUhed la
Paled Honolala. If. I Deeember, tS4.
Attest- Jastieoof Ike Sapreuo Coart.
IIiiit Srrn. Depnty Cterk. r"ll 3
7- the ciisccit couirr of the
JL SdJndletal Clrenlt of thollawaltaa Klnsdnn
KAL.VK ALA, By the Grace of Irtd. of the Hawaiian
To 4 NO. II. SOrKU. Eaq . of tho Rlardom,
or hi Depnty In the W J "dicta! Clrcnft, tjiurnB:
Yoo are hereby eommaadrd to t animoa T. E.
txfendaat. la case be shall fll written answer
within twenty days arter eerrice hereof, to b and
appear before the Clrenlt Vmmrt at tha September Term
thereof, to be boblen at the Coart Itwra of tb i'aart
Y, the lib day of September next, at 9 o'rbwk a. nt..
to show caase why 'he claim of EMMA It. TIOLIKD.
plaintiff. shoaU noc ba awarded her parsmantto the
tenor of her annexed peUtion.
Aad bare yo tbea there this writ, with fall rctara
of yoor proceedUje thereoa.
Vrri,no.T..uriUXClH JL'DD. Chief Jnstke
feal nf or HBpreroo Court, this -Kud day of
UaatxiolVBTaa, Clerk of Clrenlt Coart.
To which Summons the Marshal nude Ue followtne
llarlss nude dU!cttit search for Ucnlthiainrnlloard
T.. rUketU ha la in tu bo foandla the Kingdom.
I do hereby retara the Samtnona not served this elh
day or December. l!t
(MznedJ J -NO. 11. MiTEU. Marshal.
I hereby Cfrtlfr that Ihe within and forrrorn(j
true acd uithfal copy of th" orltnal amBKn Issaed
In the libel for Divorce-Emma 1C rkkardvs.T. t.
rickard,andalsoof thMarsbaJa return tberrlo.and
that la the meantime, aa attested o?j ot tb said
summons bo printed as prescribed by the tatBe,
the said respondent to answer il the asld
In wltaees whereof. I bare bereaatfl set my
band tola lltb day f December. A. D.lt.
D A.MEL 1'OltTEIt.
1I1 St Clerk 3d JndlcUl Clrenlt Court. Hawaii
SurjiKMK couirr of Tin;
Islands. -In Probate. In Ihe mailer of
the E-Ute of UENUY MAY, Ute or lltntolaln. deceased.
Order appointla timo for ITobate or Mill
and directing pubJcalion vf notice of same
A docsmsnt, pnrportlae to be the Uat Will and
of Henry May, or Honolala. deceased, bavlnz on
the ata day of October, A. IM!, been presVit to
said rrcbaie Coart. and a petllloa for I
Iherenf. and far the Issuance uf letters teatampaLar t
Tom May and I'cter C. Junrs, JrM baring beta filed by
aid Tom May and Trier C. Jones. Jr.
It Is hereby ordered, that MONDAY, the tilh day
r Jannarr. A.D. IS t IU e'elork a.m. or saldilar. at
the Court room of said Court, at Honolulu, one- of tbe
Hawaiian Islands, be, and the same ta hereby ap
pointed the time forproTlns said win and heart nr
saiu application, namiuuigni any person uiieresiru
may appear and contest the said will, and the frantlng
of letters testamentary-It
ts farther ordered, tltat notice thereor bo sisen by
publication, for fourteen sneeeifite weeks, in tbe
a newspaper printed and published
And tt Is farther ordered, that dtatloaa bo IWurd to
the tnbscrtblns witnesses to said will, and to Ihe heirs
of the testator In ihetr places of residence ao far as
known to appear and contest the probata of said will
at the time appointed, and that In the meantime letters
of temporary administration be Issne to said Tom May
and t. C Jones, Jr mon their flllns their Joint anu
several bond la the anu of two hundred thoasa&d dollars
Dated llonoltila. II. I.. Oct. 6th, ll.
Attcn lJO'J. II. AUSTIN.
HakT Justice of fcnpreme Coart.
Deputy Clerk. lttiiiu
IX TIIKC1ISCU1T COUirroFTHK
31 Jadlf ll Circuit of tho Hawaiian Mncdnm.
K.L.1KAUA, by the Grace of Uodof the Hawaiian
ToJ. II. :Ol"KU,Kact. Marshal of the Kingdom, or
bis Deputy 11 a 18711110 1
Yon am hereby com wan did to summon PETElf
VALENTINE, Defendant In case ho ahall lite written
aniwer within twenty days after service hereof lobe
and appear before the said Clrenlt Court at the November
Term thereor, to be h olden at tbe Court Koom of Iho
Court House. Walmea, tn the Island of Hawaii, on
Thurdjy, the 6th day of November nest, at PJo'clork a.
m..lo show cause why tbe claim of AKANA VALENTINE
w. ria'ntlu ahould not be awarded
to the tenor of her annexed petition. .
And have yon then there this tt'rtt, with full re lorn
of your thereon.
Wrrs, Hon. A. rK.VNCIS JL'DD,
i aeal or the t Chief Jnittce of Our eprcmw Con it
1SoprrmW'QnrtFthl21t day ot Octobcr.A. D. 11.
Clerk or Circuit Court.
To which amnions tbo Marshal made the following
Having nude diligent earth for tbe within mention-et
l'etrr Valentine, and aa he cannot be fonnd In
this Kingdom I hereby return the summons not served.
Oluedj J. 11. SOPKK,
I hereby certify that the wllbln and foreplo Is a
true and faithful copy of Ibe original summons iacd
In the libel for divorce Akana Valentine vi. i'rUr
Valentine, and also of the Marshal's return thereto, and
that ta the mean time an attested copy of tbo said
amnions be printed tn the A'wotots and Hawaii,
tiairrTE firau(&) successive weeks a prescribed by
tbe Matnte, requiring the said rcppondnt to aniwer
at said term
In witness whereof 1 have hereunto att my hand this
Uth day of November, A D. l.
: fit l krk Third Judicial Circuit Court, Hawalt
No. 92 King Street.
Unce aotteiU the 4ntl upport or those
nhu (or iwrnty jiii and
dall with him.
Plain Talk Pays Always
Tetib has for many years workfd for aud eadearorcd
to please cvrryclassof thecomtuanllyfromlbe blchest
in the land down tn tbe humblest of the working
classes, and be can say tbat durin? that time be never
made an enemy or lost a customer. Now he lua etraln
put his hand to the plow, and 11 as well able and
tu clvc honest work, soml material, and fair Tain
fur money as ever yet waa done tn Ibe Hawaiian Island.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAXD
Single & Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A FULL USE OF
English & Sydney Saddles,
Sjddle Uoths. Elan kite, etc .always in itotk.
" What he has not Cot he can make IUH
The Great California
Flics, Fleas, Cockroaches, Chicken
To Human Ueinjjs and Animals.
l.N AlISUIiL'TK NKCESSITV
In the IInic, (ianli'ii, CoiiMTTatoiy
The Buhacli Insufflator,
lor lii'trilinllii: (lie llnlutli.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
IU 4l 115 I'.rs ..trrrt, II.n.lNtv.
EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
rP'E rxEiwi(."Ki ai:k
JL FAKED TO DttAW UN THE
Cj4rt.r B.ak of IndU. A.4trmllA and
msuuF LO v