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Mac -Li Usithcrthu tj -n 'lie apwofet 1n
tdd TL3 lewa .id b a bo drnntr tha
facv There ba t.rcr a December tot
many J'3f Ji''i I'M VP'MMUir TOT ib mail
Tfet Hrt&e the week ban beet, fairly
afc.maaw'IZfd bat Ibe TtrleM hbl bar ij laakam
i "i V Mkt np to CfcrttMas en. aa4 tkrur will
1e fod tn detail Ik onr sdwrtMfar eolanitx
Thr Chamber M CovAicrce dm tort hatarday bat ad-
JVm -a. a lwut UIC UVinDITIl
hiilnc wade MBf tbnwwf BccordlnstoiBCfmkn of
that body Had aaC the anewi. Mtta of
weakening the Hawaiian dcUrwcK Taoff praMWr
bare dfniwd ta Ue ml Ttlac of 5c
The antral rtnrr lat WTlltaf MUttt at thr fkMMN
t ity of hjdner d AUneda, the farmer fron th Cw)
na.ea.rn romo fur tan Frte.co,tndUie tatter from
-n FraneUcu ..tli bcr aal frrtrnt and Maarncrt
and toe bark Erg-do, frown Ntrwtatllr, N. S. V.'
The drftartarc for tfct hw periwd Inflate thr Man. J
v.nj yi cjonry wu niK.tBn Mmkfu lor
It) the AUmwU, hkh am red In jwrt hereon the
ftt Iru are fo receipt of Sfreari. WHUamt,
DiBHwd A C. aminfrcial trade circular,
dated the lStfe 1ni . wfaKh w. herewith rieerat :
0a FjUKCUai, Decrajoer IXt,
raMatci.TMrwM dated Ihx i. ririo4
Mi-Alt-The KftMfTBfC. s ) market! are iworted a
reentry mwliW br. tbe probalvlllUea t the new
treaty, ft ow before Covjme.and Dill
omc dednlle action baa hern taken on aaae tbe trade
mwt neceoarlly coetlawe norf or lew
to thta qaeMlna. we mote from SIotM.
W HM A, I1aakt.'a dreaku of the 4th taaU
"The Kiprocity now Iq proeree. tf
clr a acroii pre-eat
crefw, ibot at follow
llrititb Wart tadie 3)M
M. Itatnlngo 3UJHJ
N4iKltcb lUBd yn
LonltUna and otber Domeetk . . (,
"It rcbaln to be kvb vbctber t onerca will att
ltt the recoHmendaUit of tbe I'reideBt or cnfm
to former and ekmer tuctbodDOf UriB rerIWm M
by tbe Secretary. The matter 1 one of to treat
nupnrtanrc. and tbe otteisla wfao mast dectdr it aee to
ittAaratUI tm both tMe of the question that It i
to form a rood rpintwa of tbe rccalt "
rrlvale adf tee vUte that Ibr iroepcct of the pwtacc
tr above meaUoDCd treattea ar- conidered Ttry eUn
ewYork31alladvirM qaoti 'ubarrntrtfDxaJa
teat atb,c ttoalal Maalu bal a cafalni on the 4th
i fiJ" ior i (Treijrnt fi 'i '
W e hate to ansoancra treat redaction tn thlv tnariet
of refined aaaara. 1. i .It on lb mi kttr and lc im
the retaJona thai ban Ions related brimtu wir two
ItlVt lHiai&anacbanxedt4c.adarP anderj
little drnuiMl even at that Sorr. "
The recelpu ir Sttnr AUtueda wvrt ry hchi, bat
Lhla dhl cot atter tbi rltaaUufi.and wiUt no uurc
demand, a f ortfocr advanrr dot not trcin probable,
KUU It- J t Ktrram)lT ll oh , ! Udndo
tt r .b
iiuan fPUa per toft fob
1 f.T.!$llo$liOii.f ill fob
10, uird $1JW cIiurc fl CM la b.
li.n Wheat and oat, JlSJO to $! W
f ; larre bale J15 to $ir fob
PORT OF HONOLULU.
rfj,du.l'Url?tvnwu rrum Ntmcaatle
51 l'M&t'ltjroI ruue.liarborn. flu Cobiuiea
J '0&S Alatucda, ilur front an Fraucivcu
Ucc blthf hitaa, Kobitipon, fur t'ort TownM
Si-Am bV v o VV hiuuore, t'alhoan. for Vl Tawn'd
t it; of . Ih arlKHii. Tor f Vraa
bjrUic fhtm. prveLrlt lrt . for b Fran
Voel in Port.
Yt Uric Tawera
AtaUc Abblct'arvit. feadlettW
Am bktne Kareka, Lee
Am bkloe KliLiUI. i. utler
Ambktnc lUecoriry. I'irrinjan
Not bk I'.redo, I hricttiitm
KriMtrtofl'M S( ilr of SjdntT, Icarbwrti,CoiBdr
tydnry jillot I 4 3.-IT y m, received
Abekland pilot Dec , a a m and diecharrrd pilot aimc
date,3:Xpm; reteHed lluuolula pilot Ix 21.6:30 p
m. bad ptcafam weaUii r and omooth nca the entire
tiaHjTr. except thr Ut 3T houf. hraiy SW aveji.and
reebl to t brttxv
From , N W piriljdo Dec
From Colonic. nr t m of Mdnt.Dcc 91 4 loi.
mlKcoodrand in iratitit f or San FranclKo
From an Franciacn, pir AUmrda, Dec i Cargo of
merchasdlHr. proTlaioae. prodoce tr
rorSIolokal.pcr Mokulti 1 Dire5f. P tor
Iwa ant Crc L Trac. It A
For Windward 1'urt, per klnau, Dec IT K 1 irholt.
A W Jooe,iInt Jooct. J A belt J Cooper. 1'arker
and famll. C S Irdmauu a
Ww U Indward Tort, per Xfnau, JK-
Uall.WJ I'tiwM. L Aaca.t V lid. r. Sir J H Uatr
and aoa, I' U W Eoap, ( Tenrncif. D Unlbric Mr V
Jarrett.MlM Maria Conw ir. Ma i urr and clilld. l r
AVama and S children
From Kanat, per C It Ilishnp, i. a.apt W B lx!
frer.CaptC J Malalta'and rr of wrecked acbooiur
rrora llitaakna. per Iaalini. Ihv J'-J .M Uvinud
and wUr, MJw Jlmwcy. W II It i chard, J Madden.
From Kanai, per Planter. D-e SI lion W II liicc.
wife. S children and eeinul. Mr F M 61 apron. F
lttndt, LW Dower. J K Ward UrrJ IUi he and for
lion W O Smith and ron. W U Holt. Mr R Noanr.
From Maat tad ilolokat. pir Llkcltkc Dec 31-Hoo
II AAVIdenuon.Ura M Uaiiaike. Dr W It McAllister
and Ue, Mlae 1 Sllta. Tho Maes, W li Daller. W T
Kboadea and wife, A Wiceine. II L Chaae. Crother
liertram, brother Marx. Un Ik-van. MU Darrlnser, J
A Mote, T Ulllr, Akol wifr and child, E Clark. M
From Colonic i r Cil of duii. Hcc SI
41eoA Sheridan, J i Warfteid. J Lew. il Alle, F Jkx.
J II Miller. D Ally. 11 J Colliuf. and a cabin and 3U
aieexasc iaaaaacn la traaalt for ban Fraaciaeo.
roTllamakna, tier lwalssf. Itrc ti MaMr W ltit.k
ard. AS Wilson.
Fromttaii FnmtiM.. HrMaii.a !) ' Cwi t. U
Macfarlaae.U Urav Macfarlanr. llr J It Sntton. Mit
Kmlte V button. lli L K ltiler. Mtr J C Ilnbbard.
Mr Jaa Campbell, wife, jrblldrtn and noie, Mr A W
Scott, Maj A b Deader, J Doulai hroltb, Wonr For.
Mn H Trac. K A William-, T K McDowell. MdiifTV
Smith, W A Wall, J tireen. D McKcntle. Mr? C J
KifbelandXchfhlren. M-ain,Ja Eddy and wife,
laatMtaaeubcTz. Mit Dtiretn.M II Juue, Caarle;
Eckel, Loaltx Newake. Ceo F Welb, Kc- It Mackenxi. .
wife and 3 children. Mim 11 Conrfmr. D t
Martin. Mr M Itichter. U Ea. Ilnrht Jule Tarrnaer.
Jalm Nneton Prof Then tlremUr nd UiTsee
In Honolulu, Dec 51 1 Tl wlft of f.njt F Mar-
cos, a daightrr
Mki... Mini Dcr. 1Mb.
L1PU, daughter of Mm I r andElirabcth A.t
ajeu 3 jearr and 1 mom ho
tin- tin .li n..i Ulk
C yoangrrtroo of Tattiia L and Fred II llaracMec
aged 11 uontbt attd 13 da
A Golden" Auali crary.
a well known and
uticb respected connlo who have joorne)ed together,
hand in hand, adown the nvcrof Time.
fortlio last fifty years, celebrated in becoming
manner the fiftieth anniversary of their nuptiaU,
at their residence on l'nnchbowl street, on the 17th
inst. ITie worthy couple themselres intended to
bars bad only a quiet family gathering oa the auspicious
occasion and the beaming faces of their
children and their children's children would have
been as pleasant and heart warming an occurrence
as the celebrants hoped for. Hat the children and
many friends of the couple, desired, intended and
brought to a f oUUlment, more elaborate a
and the occasion of the celebration, of
tbe twauTs snoceiMtf ul passagi of the ltsbicon of
fifty years of happy wedded life, was a social event
w hicu brought to the Oat residence representatives
of the wealth. inUUircoce and beaut r of Honolulu.
who inid their ttrron - to the couple and left many
golden remembrance of their nlohi respect and
The reception, at the residence, was from t" until
10 o'clock n. m. and between thoe hours the
hale and hearty althongti silvered, celebrants, were
vj memuers oi tue ltojai
Government officials, members of the consular
and diplomatic corps, and delegations of the public
generally, who tendered congratalatinns on the
p-wt and etprcwd good wishes for the future, of
Mr. and Air. J. M. Oat, Sr.
One of the manj pleasant surprucs of tbe happy
(Kxasion was a aurcnide by tbo Hawaiian Militarj
Hand, Uutailed for the duty by llts Excellency; the
Oovemor of Oaho. and the teantif ol selections,
admirably rendered by the irformcrs, ender the
direction of Hand master Herger. were much appreciated
by the old couple and were a pleasant
treat to tbo large company of callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Oat 'Miss E. Crocker.) were married
by the Her. E. Chac. la New iork city, December
17th, IStl. They bare had nine children
five sons and four daughters only four of the
number, however, now being alive and those
lour, Hon. Of these, two married ones
lppularly known as MnrtJ is one of the leading
BUttorxTS of this at;. John M. who assists in tbe
conduct of his father's business, reside here and
Fred K unmarried. Secretary or V. S. X. Co.,
reside In Honolulu, Lewi A. mwned, resides in
Tbe following ikhhxx prepared for anj read on
the hippy occasion, is by Mm. U. F. Ddlingham.
Con Id we torn backward lli r at tid of ycarv,
Itrraklnc to lone: on the hof ci" of time,
MWnthcbrlebl bl'lo that , bb and that flow.
e aboald hear echoes of Meet wedding chime
Kcfaoea that trembk with memorle dear,
Tnea erttBowtag with Underest troth
llarmoaleshlatlngof heavm below.
Teilisg a etery of hive and of youth.
Ranj; the tnt peal of those eof t wcddlac beJU
rer I be anow, t broach tbe clear fmt; air .
Falfaerhiftd far away, boMtnx them dear.
Home of adoption, tal simmer land fait.
tfladly to-day the eweet echo rrjeat,
Settine tacb cryMatized cadenre. to wotds
All happy heart for tbrmelvre ran opp'y
Tarnlue be etran, to tbe free aote of bintr
fireetincs of love and einrercrt regard,
Brlmga every gleet and acquaiaUncc to-da .
Honored, to pre hand united long,
Happy. tjon trtbvte or frlendihtp topay
iltiy boag T?arr of life annalne and storm
Shared with tallhfalneM. crown von as pecrt .
Mitaal tbe to tbe care lighter grew,
WTHettbe Joyt and more tender the tear
Sacred the retrwpeet. precioa the task
Half a ennccewtary that tort-view.
hat were once tnals, brief abaduw appsai
Scenes of yomnr, year seem a yeteray rew
llrdbtpa and eroe and well earned taccesr.
Mlntien tot-ether In trod'a perfect plan.
Lie at your 1 pet a moMic complete.
u roafwt for eternity, darinir llfee ra
tttlet and hast yonr live, bat yonr baodf
Krer employed In senini; mankind.
Help al all timet wltb armfmtfcy tne,
Welcome and choer at yoar all tatght and ,
0r Ike craa. afloat oo all Na.
pread tbe w bite wiae yoa have fahaooed ot yeata.
Emblentf of parity. Hewing and iiirbt,
Long may ywr battnere eocucle the spherr
Klodred afar md t on greetiags to-day
ChtUrea and Idrrn joyfaJ oaile
tloMen the wjhn. that rll at yonr feet.
4oMrn tbe ran? et err rotneth the night,
fiotden the year that we prav
laden with peacr mr lart dart to adorn,
ifWen petunia their faith,
tvoMea will dawn refnrrecUvi, r ciad nnrn.
Ouc of tbo laid novelties which will be placed
before the general puMictoattrast attention and
coin is an exhibition by a real Hobemian. Professor
Oreiner, of tho an of Tbe exhibition
room will be situated in CampbeiPs Hlock,
and tbe openiog day is set for the 3?tb inL. at 10
a. m. The novelties which will be
Include Tarioos kind of nvfol and ornamental
articles, one of which is nsed to write this article.
A gtua P?n To lue c" cf ''dcring pubTio
will a!J be displavft), n U j'STitrroQS beanie, u
dress, made from coll irlnosuce. entirely of gl...
The exhibition wilt be both m iral end instructive
and will tj well worthy of public patronage.
A enerr Christ; van y a t..
TLe rabhe ana iriTAt. !"'- .ft., i
aiS?" "wtjMe) Jor batMUM are raacb needed at
the Uranch Lrpcr Hospital.
TUt, UrktcthM W.
rraseuoo for lbt iwt on Jite. 14th.
OirisUnu and New Yeara are Uuh to be
obwnred Utp xs Gowntmettt holiday-
Oa CfarKtnUH Jav tlunt mitt U n
at the Ormco comroeneD ht 2 p,tn.
DarioR wetkn atoraj 137 ioebe of raiu Ul
a jeaiy ? ior ratulali of under 24
Oa last SonOty no Itm than three dcd faorxca
were flaitJoc off tbe entranoa to tbe harbor.
Throna'a aimaal H to band and enataias a laryc
amoojit of raloabfe and mtereatine natter.
TLe ttiruooial couoert to Mr. C. lL2!tjetaiann
will take placo at tbe Y. M. 0. A. Hall on the
The boUlarooa veather prcTaJeot itremitea the
Jamrr .Vaivc from tearing port Lera, onttl the afternoon
ol tbe 31t int,
The Atotitmht did not arnre in potri antii aooo
p the 2lrd, Xxins deUjcd M boor, by prerajlit
head wind and rortgh eas.
bava Lcn miril and t,niltM ..w
lukod v tbe cectbuoactH'taieAl laboratory in
(WLinviniQ won yjmu VoUese.
The euotou of atalls. for one year, in the tub
MarkcL wUl be sold on the 3Gth inst. on the i re
raises, by order of the Minuter of Interior.
Her MaieetT will hold a reertaian at th Pali.
on tier birthday. Ilea Slat. Visitors will be
from 10 a. m. till 2 p. oj.
cm Kim street. CanAe. danser uf snendini tlwi
dltoasea farcy or elandera no frcrmlciit at
ilra. II B. 0. Wallace's Academic School for
Cirla, ciofiod ua I nOsy for the bolidaya. It will
resume work nrun Monday, Jannarr .rtb. 18t&
Keirta from Un captains of the
steftmers feow that a number of iwrtd of call were
paed by on the hut trip on oooocct of the tooph
IliC ChristniM Taofttion of tbcscuoUn uf loUni
Oolloco coiflinentd on Dec. ttUi, dosinc the school
term of 181. Tbe next term will coatneooe Jan.
On Monday tbe etoamcr Kifmt wok Ltnlcil up un
the Marine llailway for cteauiUK imd paiutius
water line, auJ came off veanUy
Aoaine the paswucen who arnred by the Alt
Merfn, were Oul.G. W. UacfarUae, Gooree Orev
UufarUw,ofGlajiow; Mr. Jas. Campbell, MaJ.
Ifendtr andS. Macniu.
Tbu thermometer stood at 61' Farenbcit on Son-day
roorninr. and lots of psjdIo tu LjwI far
a doable allow anco of blankets. One lady Ue-
ciarcu it bad been fraetinf;.
There ill ba a Cbnalmaa Concert tm 1 hnmlm
af if rnoon, at Emma bqnarv, at 30. by the Hawaiian
and IZeformatory School Hand under the
direction of l'rofeeaor ltemer.
Mr. dt Mn. F.ll.XlaTfleLlMiauLititi4l li.u Inc.
ins the past trock which haa drawn to them the
ftytoiiatby of the community, tu: tbe death of their
3 Orgeat sn UeorjC. at the ace of 14 months.
The roar boor baa been .tnlinl ivi ilnnnit
the late atorm and in its atead a cone booy has
been placed. Ite acmaphoro apparatus at Diamond
Head waa blown away donng the same pile.
aleaws W. G. Irwin & Co have moved from the
premises aittt&ted on the aosth wrat corner of
Fort and aeen etreetn, to more epaaons roonu in
the Spreckel3b block on Port Btreet mihU of
Wtl Jcr & Co.
No roecticc of the Stock and Uund
Ihia is the time of all others that
aeaeicms of the association ahoold bo held the
C resent conditions of docks bonds and mortgages
Ling a matter of pabbe enquiry.
The monthlr collection or uccoouti is a more In
the right direction, and will probably bo followed
out by a number of firms. Small profits and
quick returns is a motto which has made immense
t George Hatchinsdn, son of Dr. F. It. llatcbinson,
lias sacces5folj passed the cinl service
uuu ui .ivw ahuuu. ueorge was tor many years
a pirpil of Mr. Atkinson and was an etceUent
List week, after dischanrino her caivo. tbi. t u :
wpnt on the Marine Katlway for rome
ranch needed repairs below the water boo. which
were completed by Saturday . and the Teasel sailed
for the Sonnd early Sunday morning.
The Teachers Association tt a mvt i at the Y. U.
C. A. Hall, on next Monday, 1 oesday and Wednesday
mornings. Tbe season will probably con tribute
towards a foil attendance of members, a "consummation
devoutly to be hed.''
The 1'. M.S. S. Ctjit Sytiurv armed in purl
here on the eveniiur of tho 21st inst. with
dates to the 4ih and Auckland dates to the 3th
inclusive, bhe sailed again forTson Fraueisco at
10 p. m. carrying 1 cabin and 9 steerage from here,
Tbe road -roller, aunemsor. and won
aU present daring an entire day last week, at the
rear of the Uotcl. placing the pathway m proper
condition. A small portion of the time there wasted
might have been better nsed for the public benefit.
Clean the streets !
The condition of the streets during tho past week
has been simply disgraceful. The aid walks m the
lower part of the city have leen flooded with mod
and water on tbe occurrence of each storm, lu
the meantime the Eoad Supervisor quietly smokes
bis pipe, draws his salary and stays under cover
when it rains. As before said the crossings at least
ahcmld be kept paaaabh?,
Dr. J. S. McGrew, celebrated. nccorUwg to his
A large number of friends of the genial doctor
gathered together and duly drank his heal tli, which
Jiinisier uaggctt proposed in a lew appropriate
words, lieprcaentatives of all the principal professions
and mercantile firms were present. May
the doctor live many another "thirty -six" years.
"Miss Annts Montague is so great a favourite
with the Sydney public that her first appearance
in any character invariably attracts a good bouse.'
So states the principal Sydney N. S. Y.. paper,
the Sydmg Herald. JSIiss Montague (Mrs C. E.
Turner) is well known in this city as a Bister of
Mr. C. M. Cooke.
Ths LosGatos (California) Muf mcutions a
Gleasant visit paid that office lately by "Mr Ttiog.
- Thrum, of the batHrdny who gavu an
interesting account of the islands and their pro
specta. Mr. Thrum comes for his health, which
has been much broken down by close attention to
business, and will visit California extensively before
The Chamber of Commerce held niiolbtr busi
ness meeting for the purpose of discussing the
financial situation and currency question, on the
afternoon of tho 20th inst, but, after a little argument,
decided to defer promulgating any opinion
until a later period. The questions now at issue
remain therefore in rtat ywu until the special
committee, having the matters in hand, report.
J. M. Davidson Esq., formerly ami vet. n mem
ber of the Hawaiian bar, lectured lately at tbe
California theatre, San Jose California, taking for
his subject the "Hawaiian Islands." The. lecture
was much admired and tbe ilcwuiy gays "Daring
the course of his lecture be enoke of numerous
and strange traditions and customs prevalent, and
in excellent language portrayed tne oeauues of tnc
scenery oi inose isies o i ice cea.
1 hat the Government organ, tbu .!.. ;, is
hand in glove with tho perpetrator of the Piracy-hoax,
published in the h. r. Attn, is made apparent
by the fact that a itrrrotyr pt'ttr vf thr art tele
nw i"vrirrff Vint vffirt per Ahimetlit, nud from
which tbe 'extra was printed. Some hoax, more
costly, will probably be now played by tho "four
Jacks' in the cabinet.
A fine specimen of local manufacture is that displayed
as his handiwork, by Mr. A. II. Kasemaan
the Tbe books are bound in leather
and the work from an ouuido view is nuite creditable
to the resources of Mr. Uasemann s establishment,
being the lirsest and heaviest job of binding
ever turned out in this city. The books, again
conust of ledger, journal, and cosh and arc on exhibition
in W iscman's office window.
Oa .Monday last, a ploasant entertainment was
given by the little people attending MissEerrye
school. Tableaux were the first feature, in which
were depicted nursery rhymes and the legend of
the Sleeping Beauty. Very pretty the tittle children
looked In their handsome fancv dresses.
Aitenraras there was a tripping oi tne iigui
and a most enjoyable evening spent.
Tbe advent of Dr Webb nt the branch k-per hospital
has been duly taken of by the
maker of urytut requests and six lepers were released
on parole from that establishment daring
past week. By which president was tbw act ordered,
by Education or Iloalth? What were the
reasons for the '-urgent request?"
tiow. and tbe presence o! the living dead 'at
I'ltome" on Christmas is hardly proper.
A XTfaristmas Praise Service was held at the
Kethel Church last Sunday evening, at which the
umsimaa cantata, oi immanuei was renuereo.
Solos were cunt bv Mis A. Peterson. Mrs. E. C.
Damon, Mrs. Arthur leterson, Miss Kate Lewis
and Mr. B. Hcrgess; recitation parts bv Masters
Arthur Wall, IL Graham. T. W. Uerrkk and T.
Pedler, and a well rendered chorus by Misses
oaran uaner, ivaue airtirew, ijoiue rarmaiee ana
.InnaSc&emmetfenig. Miss Annie Huston presided
at tbe organ.
The bottseof a rortuguesc, living at the corner
of the Panoa valley road, was entered bv sneak
thieves during tbe absence of the owner at Church,
and 12 to. money was stolen. The house bad been
tborootMy raimeked, boxes and bureaus were all
opened and tbe contents scattered over the floor.
Ihe thieves had opened some eases of jewelry, but
had left the content. Officer Marcos was promptly
em the spot to investigate, but no dee could be obtained.
Why is there not a regular policeman
stationed about the tipper part of the valley roadr It
. Among the passengers by the Zr'irfi i were
Mr. and Mrs. ArumlA This gentleman, who has
so many friend here, has been spending several
months ht tbe Sooth Pacific lastly at brdcahm
Island, where he has considerable interests. As it
tbe crew of his steam yacht needed a holiday, and
the vessel required doanioc, tbe vessel has ipme to
Auckland, where the men belong, and Mr. and
Mrs. AruacM took tire nntt steamer intending to
pass a couple of months in Calif ornta. On thtir
return ft is possible that tber roay make a abort
stay a tbe rslsaJa.
Luavitt left Hilo on Monday morning to
visit tbe volcano,
Tbe topmast of tbe flagstaff in thx court vard.at
if tin. fell with a crash on Tuesdav mominc. IK1
ceruber Wth. whilst workmen wero mkmg few
rrrmrs. vidc l the .i cr "-
tree-an 1 head of th- 't.',m i
in its fall iit" several pi-v. t!
Mr- at Hi i f"1 !
Ilta. and v- i e -d fm - I k
, bhesp ikecaTbarihlae rnU - 'J 1j
L.y , t'n. ? at the foreign church to the foreign
peo;Ij un the pet subject of temperance. On Friday
and Saturday afternoons she met tbe ladies of
llilo and onnnized a ladies temneranoa union.
On Sastliy tnaming, at tbe native chorch,she
neu a cmoa meeting, u. u. niicccoca, x.
interpreting her words to tbe natives prcscsL On
bonday evening she again ppoke to the foreigners
on the subject of prohibition of tbe tropic spirits.
The K'-ma (ftmt Matson, master, cleared
from Kilo for San Francisco on Wednesday, December
17th, She has about 100 tons of sugar
from Oofcala, as freight, S. L. Austin, wife and
children, Ephie and liattie, go to tbe Coast as
passeflgers on the Kw ChnJt'ms. They will be
much missed from liila All wish tbera Aon
rwr and a speedy return.
Pnnahou Preparatory School-
A Urge number of parents and friends gathered
at the Pnnahou lrcporatory School last Friday to
witness the closing exercises. The morning was
devoted to an exhibition of the ordinary work of
tbe classes m each of tbe four departments of the
school. 31 iis Lewis has charge of the Primary
Deportment, and the various recitations of tbe
little ones showed the tact and skill of the teacher
in instructing them, as well as the proficiency
they have nude tn the arts of reading and writing
in tbeir first term in school. Mim Wilder had
nerer taught before, but the scholars under her
charge had evidently mastered the fundamental
principles of English grammar and the Important
facts of descnittire geography. Mia Carter's
room was tjo crowded for any teacher's comfort,
or any visitor's enjoyment, but the scholars did
credit to themselves and their teacher by their
prompt, accurate and full recitations. Miss Hall,
tbu l'rincipal, .bowed the skill of an experienced
and successful teacher in the variety and freedom
with which the scholars worked out tbe various
problems in arithmetic, aod the clearness with
which questions were asked and answers given.
In the attemoon there were recitations and sing-tug
appropriate to the Christmas season, the central
thought being "Jesus Our Star." Following
this, were, various songs and recitation from the
different cltsses and from individual scholars, one
of the most "taking ' pieces, being little Ada
Whitney's, telling how she would speak, showing
great versatility of talent for such a young child.
Various gtntlcruen told the children abort stories
and made brief addresses. Chief Justice J odd.
Jndgu McCnllr, Kev. Mr. Bingham, Messrs. Kiev,
fiercer, an J lev. r. ji. mile closed lbs
exercises of tho afternoon with prayer for God's
continued blessing on all connected with this
and thoroughly Christian school.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
ru a Laura.
Thu coatiuuod depression of trade is ciusiuc
consiuerabie aiarin in tarope.
Tbo Kincof Coral fsafaeitive and tbe Oaeen
Th ru wasa Honiitirtist btunuct attended bv
i persons in i arts last week.
1 here is Vet no clue to ths tsrroctrators of the
dynamite outrage in Eondou.
There was a centenary celebration by the
Methodist Sunday Schools of ll.iltimore Dec. I lib.
C 8. Minister Foster thinks tho advantages of
the Spanish-American treaty fr outweighs its defects.
A (nil to guard against the introduction of
cholera or other contagious diseases hai been pre
pared by the I. S. Committee on Federal legislation.
'Tho of Carlisle Patterson has offered a
site for tho Congressional Library, but it is a
mile from the Capitol.
A uuou of the pock and pttroleum interests i
proposed to urge Congress to take some actijn
against German prohibition of American hog
Thtf Uouav did nothing Dec l?lh but pass ten
pension bills, including one la favor of Mrs. Do
Tho sentence of Capt. Dudley and Mate Stephens,
the Mignonette cannibals, is commuted
from hanging to six months' imprisonment with
A fire at New Eedford caused lewscs of about
Tho Washington Oazttu has come out against
tbo Hawaiian Ucciprocit) Treaty.
Au attempt is being made to prevent tho re-election
of Don Cameron to the Senate from Pennsj
Oaptaii. llowgate, the defaulting Signal Sertice
officer, is said to Lave written the preface for
Grady's book on the Arctic
llandall proposes to get the appropriation bilU
through Congress as soon as possible.
The cigar-makers of New York will send a committee
to Waahincton to onnoso the confirmation
of the Spanish treaty.
There has been great loss of life anions the
tystermen on the lUppahannock river, Vo,
Three cirls wen burned to death and one badlv
hurt in a fire in a candy factory at Detroit, Mich.
John Kelly is reported to bo seriously Uh
'1 be Congo Committee has accepted the French
The suspension of "the llohcmiau Mortgage
Committee has caused a panic on tbe Vienna
The French hvo defeated th Horas in Madagascar.
The Turks are killing many Christians m Macedonia.
One hundred and twenty six Germans have
entered the service.
Mother Mandelbaum has been acquitted.
Tho draft of the new Hawaiian treat? has reached
the Senate: it cannot go into effect until Unfavorably
passed on by both Looses of Congress; four
members of tho California delegation propose to
speak against it.
Ihe President has sent to Congress a message
f.ironnc tbe ratification of tho new treaty with
Spam, accompanied by a communication from
Secretary Prelxnghuysen explaining the provision
of tho agreement.
pek r. a. s. s. cm or sxcxet.
Loxicj. Dec 8. News has been received here
of the steamer Pockhard, near Holyhead, on the
north Welsh coast. The crew, numbering thirty.
weru drowned, trie vessel was Doumi irora uoru
Pirns. Dee. 7. Desoatches to hand from Ton-
quin state that desultory fighting occurred
between the French forcus and the Chinese troops.
The French hare been generally bucccssf ul, and
the Chinese are now retreating in consequenca of
thu defeat inflicted upon them.
London, Dec. ".The French Senate hvs rejected
the amendment by the Chamber of Deputies
that the Senate should be elected by universal
Caiuo. Dec 0. A messenger, who has arrived
at Debbah from Khartoum, reports that when
he left, the Mahdi's followers were only three
hours' march from the city. He abo Btatcsthat
Gordon's steamers had been hanging the enemy
and capturing their provisions.
Caioo. Dec. C Detachments of the l'Jtb
and tho 1st battalion of the South Stafford
shire Ilcgiraent hare arrived at Pongola, and
proceeded to Dcbbeh,
WEixomrox. Dec. . No information has been
obtained as jet by tho Government, confirming
the intelligence that Sir Jervois is likely to succeed
Ljrd Loftus as Governor of New South
Beuum, Dec. 4. The deliberations of the International
Confercnco on the Congo and Niger
questions hare not yet terminated. It is believed
in well-informed circles that tho Powers will accede
to the British claim of a protcctorita over
the country adjacent to tho river Niger.
Eoxixttf, Dec. fi. Twelve Chinese men-of-war
have been ordered to the Island of Formosa, to
take put in the operations against tho French
Eomdos. Dec. . In the House of Commons
last night the Uediitribution of Seats Hill was
read n second time. Parliament will reassemble,
after tbo Christmas recess, on February 19.
Cars Tows, Dec. i. Colonel Warren, who has
been acDomted to the command of tho Hntidh
expedition to BecbuauaUnd, armed to-day.
London. Dec. L The trial of the captain rtnd
mate of tho yacht Mignonette, for the murder of
the bov Parker, was concluded to-day by a special
Court. Tbo JulLzcs decided that the prisoners
were guilty of murder, and sentence is to be passed
on them on Dec. 9th.
Caieo. Dec (.No lntcllicencc lias been receiv
ed here to confirm the report that the Mahdi is
dead as stated by the Mndir of Dongola.
WLXLCtoTos. Dec. J. The following cable mes
sage was received to-day by the Government from
Mr. Dtlly, Acting Colonial Secretary of New
South Wales- "Small-pox at present confined to
district of the cttr. o known cases at lira
but fourteen cases in Small-pox Hospital in strict
aoarantine, four being conflaent, f oar
three discrete, and three convalescent.
Strict house to house investigation instituted in
affected locality b medical adviser."
Eoxnox. DecS. The British postal authorities
are made arrangements by which the nnils for
New Zealand will in future be despatched alternately
by the Sin Francisco route and by the
direct line of steamers to New Zealand.
Stdxct. Dec. 1. Small-pox appears to be in
creasing ri Sydney and its suburbs, snd notwith
standing tue strenuous cuorts wnien nro being put
forth by the Health Department to stimp out the
disease, fresh cases are oorairg to light daily.
Three of the cases discovered yesterday were found
out mainly through tbe activity of the members
of the Department of Health, and it is quite possible
that other fresh cases will hare to be recorded
within the next few days.
Eoxdox. December. 3. Cholera has broken out
amongst the seamen and marines on board the
French fleet at Formosa.
Svtwxt, Dec. 2. H. M. S. Nelson, Commodore
Erskinc, returned to Sydney from New Guinea
only yesterday morning after an absence of six
weeks," and after having proclaimed the British
Protectorate, and hoisted tbe Union Jack at nine
different places on the south cmt of New Guinea, at
and some of the adjacent islands. The last place
visited, and the last place of denature, was Teste
Island, which was left at '2 o'clock in the afternoon
of Wednesday, 26th November.
the mviniK rtun.
New Yobk, Dec It The Ttmt says of the Hawaiian
treaty: The nation has gained little from
It. The increase of the exnort trade with these :
islands is mora than counterbalanced by the loss
of revenue. Its commercial benefits hare been secured
exclusively by speculators. Chinese irntai
gratron has been an enl to tbe Hawaiian islands.
'The Twr thinks the workings of this treaty may
be studied with interest pending action on tbe
other commercial treaties by tbe Senate.
WasnrsoTOS, Dec II. The draft of the Hawaiian
Treaty reached the Senate yesterday afternoon.
wilt not be considered until next week, and then
probably only to refer it to a for
consideration. Secretary Frcllng.
Krelimmary the CAvee eorrerpondent that, although
the Hawaiian Treaty was hut a renewal of
tbe present treaty, it, could not go into effect until
was considered by tbe House. Although it may
bo ratified by the Senate, a member of the Senate
Committee on Foreljn 1'elattons said to-day that
the Hawaiian Treaty would require an enabling
Act to be passed by tbe llovt, the same a if it
were a new treaty. The lobbyists for the treaty
are trying to make tt appose that it will not be
necessary for it to go to tbe Uoose. The a
correspondent told a Senator of the claim of D.
the lobby. He answered thai the treaty requires
new action on the part of the Senate, aod necessarily
it will require new action on the part of tbe
Circulars werr received by a number of Senators
and members to-day containing an argument in
favor "f tbe renewal of the treat r, based on tbe
jcrriiadslhat 1! 'tiolalu was an important coaling
tbat if tho United States did not have
w ilmg at' m in the ractac its welfare would
asiiU existence brief, though no hint
3 a t who the invading and devouring
would be. It is this sort of rot that U being
used as arguciU for a rs. wal of this audacious
treaty and ono of the diiSccdtics in tbe way is that
the State Department is allowing itself to be used
la spreading such a doctrine Tho commercial
disadvantages to tit pcoplo of the Pacific coast
are concealed entirely, hen they can hare an
opportunity four members of tbe California delegation
in tne House will ask to be heard before the
Senate committee against any extension of the
treaty. They regard it as an outrage on the peo
ple of California uia ms caetoe coast.
Ihe following ilillnitioa of tma criticism is
clipped from oca of our exchanges and is given
herewith for the benefit of the writer of the editorials
in the .4 irtttmr
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1. Criticism deals onlv with such things as invite
publie attention, or calf for puMie comment.
Z. Criticism never attacks the individual, but
only his trvl. la every case the attack is on a
man's t. or on some thi, and not upon tbe
man himself. A true critic never indulges in personalities.
motives, - jtttct nririt, ami
the 0lg oa tkt clntrttt prwf,
i. The cntio never takes advantage of the occa
sion to gratify private malice, or to attain any
other object beyond the fair discussion of matters
oi puduc interest, and tne judicious guidance oi
The ntfft. after forty years editorial control
by the Kev. S. C Damon, passes into the handsof
Pastors Crnxao and Oggel. 'ihete gentlemen
promise that "ahat it has been in the past it will
oontiuu? to be iu the future." The paper will "on
every public question where principles and morals
are at issue, we ahill have convictions and to courage
to boldly and clearly state them. In favor of
good government, rigbteoasnr), temperance, and
the best interests of all the people, this journsl
will fearlessly "peak. We hare but little respect
ror a religion wnicu is not rooastcnoogniooecar
ried into business and polities."
The paper mil continue to have a column for
the seamen, which will be edited by the Kev. S. C.
Damon, lite columns of the paper are to be increased
in width, the typo will be smaller, and the
issue increased from an eight page toa twelve pnge
'ihe Lwtrti frooU wiabes of all sections of the
community are giviu lor tne continued bucccp oi
a uxst worthy enterprise.
The Bad Man of "Wad mea-B rave and Effi
Editos Gizcrxa. For the last three or foar
years rt leper, named Ku, has thwarted all attempts
of tbe officers to capture him. He left his
home in the vallev and took to the mountains.
hunting wild hoes, but usually returned to his
house to sleep. Ho threatened to shoot any oCloer
who attempted to nrrvtl him, and th officers
wisely rctr lined from giving him a chance to carry
hU threat into circa tioa.
Last summer ho thought ho would "ctl.brate"
the fourth, so on thit day ho marched down to
Wamieo, with a pistol on each hip and it gun on
his shoulder, and "celebrated'' the day to hii
heart's content in quiet and security, none
to molest or make him afraid.'
A few weeks ago he was again on a spree, and-
came uown to bis sister s nooso and oegnn to kiss
and caress his ilutdrcn. She objected to
this and he, becoming enraged, dragged her out to
tbo river and ducked htr therein so long and
that ibo was almost drowned before a
neighbor cnina to her assistance. After this, his
In nds d. tcruiined to deliver htm up to tho authorities;
next time be enmo down they
pbed htui with gtu, und when sufficiently
intoxicated as to bo unable to offer any resistance',
they sent for the officers. The whole force turned
unt and rode up in Quo military ordert with ropes
and liandcuffa. tooked tbo weakened Samson, and
safUy lodcod him m tho ti io. It was decided
to overlook bis of tbo law, and send him
to Molokai. Tho Deputy hhenff and two of the
fores weru to take him otcrland to Lihue, and
from there take tho etoamer for Honolulu. 'Ihe
morning was bright, the prisoner quiet, and everything
propitious for a pleasant trip. Ihe Deputy
rode up home t j black his top-boots, one policeman
stopped at the coffee bhop to fortify himself
for tbo jouriic) with a cup ot Apana's delicious
coffee, while tho other rodo off leading tbe prisoner's
horsobyaropo which he held in his hand.
Kuiras mounted on a friend's horse, one of tbe
strongest and fleetest in tho valley, with Mexican
stddle and j moling spurs, and though wearing tbe
Sheriff's bracelets, ho could hold the bridle. They
crossed the Lriucr. tbe bill, and as thev
struck a nftcc cf level road on tbe other side, tbo
officer suggested that they quicken their pace and
urged un horse to n gallop, ijuick oaaimuhu
wheeled his horse to the right about and by a dexterous
movement threw the ropo under the tail of
the officer's horse, causius that animal to start off
on a series of Timorous " bucks." Tho rope was
drawn out of the officer's hand and ho was thrown
rom his horse. As he struck tho uround Lo cancht
a glimpse of bis prisoner galloping furiously, like
another Mazcppn, over rocks and nils, away to
In a few minuter the Deputy, with shining
boots, and the other officer, licking his lips, rode
up and found tho f ullen policeman lying in tbe
dust, sort) and bleeding sick in body and mind
and hishorsojast disappcinug over tho hill
In tbe council of war which was held the questions
discnsscJ. were "Whv was not Ku nut
aboard the steamer at Waimeaf and "how was
the dismounted officer to secure hu horse?"
Ku has not reported, but is supposed to be en
joying his liberty in the mountains, and in tho
meanume it is pleasant tor tnoseoi uawno nave
to uso tbe river water to remember that be is still
bathing his leprous sores in the same stream.
WiDtu, Dec 20, 1831. Eluiaecll.
A Rich. Trent.
The following letters am reproduced from tho
columns of the J n titei , being far too good to bo
lost thcrex they are republish by the Gazette.
Readers Aro requested to approach tho, perusal of
tueso valuable documents with a duo regard to
their solemnity and lotmfxlt. It is seldom that
so beautiful a set of original documents havo been
set before the imblic in this form. Be thankful,
quiet public. Ints more of the same to come, it is
Korsi, Aruiso, August JOth. 18SI.
KvtaxvtA. Kisoof Hrxon:
Mr Uooo Hbothkb. I note what yon say through
Captain Tripp. It is excellent- I desire that you
should assist our laud, for we desire to bo under
your rule, in the same way that you are under the
rule of foreigners.
Signed.) It Kaiki, King of Apiang.
FfiouXisrxrm. Kio or ItDrauTaux. (Mikiss.;
II xiX3, Aug 'Titti, 1S&.
Nastti. by the Grace of God King of Butanlari.
to llts Majesty Kalakana. ICing of the Hawaiian
GcsEiiXb. With treat regard I havo received
your Commissioner, Capt. Tripp, who has arrived
here. And has handod me Your Majesty 'y letter,
which has bcotuntad before me and my people, being
translated from the Hawaiian langusgo to the
Gilbert Ifland-i language by the Iter. J, M. Kanoa,
and wu have hoard tverv word that is written in
I wish toexorot itiv twjd fetuue towards vour
Commissioner and Assistant.
I take the lesson from lour Maiesv'a letter as
the foundation for my government, and as an
of cood will betwoon Yonr Mafestv and
myself. I hayc received your Commissioner with
gladness as the ono who has Your Majesty's confidence.
I therefore nlace rav full cuuuJacoq in lonr
Majesty, and bono that you will bo as a father to
me and my people, Naxrxrn,
King of Hutaritan .
KtiBii, Sept. 'J3nit ISSS.
Kixu KautaUDi :
Mz Bsxovxx) HaoTnEa. May yoa be in hotltb in
I havo received your letter. What yon say b
good, that we frautemizs with one anothe r
and that we agree with one heart to love ono
another iu truth.
Kalakaua, let ns assist one another in looking
after those of the Gilbert I&Iands which arc bad.
Tarawa is tho only island that is bad.
Do, you then settle upon your day for righting
matters there, for you hare ships. And when you
have fixed upon a day for settling its matters, do
yon come to me Grit, in order that I may prepare
my men to accompany you.
(Signed) I'm BnfOTca. King of Apcmama,
Kuna. Maian Arcnuka, and Na Noute Islands.
Fbum the High Oners or ins Isuxn or
Taaawt, Feb. Kith, 199.1
To Hih Alajosty Kalakaua, King of tbe Hawaiian
IiUnds. to you, Yonr Majesty.
We havo loarmid this day Your Majesty's mind,
and wowLsh. to join together with one mind in
this work, that wo may live and be in pesco with
each other. Wo wish to express to Your Majesty
ourdep aloha for the kindness you hare done
cj, and we send yoa our never ending love.
(Signed) Tojirnr. tho Chief.
fKRitKr, tbe Chief.
Fbom NiDtKiTuKM, Krvo or BcTAcmm
Miuso, Feb. i. ltl.
To our Groat and Good Friend King Kalakani,
oi tne Hawaiian island, ureeung:
At the n resent lime I inform eon. with sorrow.
that King Nanteite departed this life on the 13th
of February, at the hour of 3 o'clock tn the
morning, while he was away atone of the provinces
of his kingdom, consulting with his people
that place. Ihe God of Gods came while he
was there and ended his work tn this world, to
rest in tbe otber world.
I wish to inform vou. with srett resnect. that
he has left what he bad not finished for me to do;
and that I Place full confidence and reoard in
yonr "!, and help towards me, the same as you
gave to my preoecewor now dead, so mil tne love
that binds our people together rasy be perpetual.
I farther ask roo. with deeo to
Dur heir to the throne is Nan Tiata, who is U
years old. He is granted permission to co to
your capital city of Honolulu to study and receive
education in the English and Hawaiian; and any
language and especially to study mUitary and
And we wuh. furthermore, to make known to
that we depend upon your kingdom to make
own to us the expense and cost of thu education.
And we assure ou that the friendly consultation
that has been carried oi by ray predecessor
with Tour Commissioner is confirmed
by, us with ".
King of Makms.
NavTiiTt. l'nnce. and Heir Apparent,
Among the many beaut i Tel presents for tbe
coming holidays noticed last week al tbe
jeaclry store of Mr Thomas Lindsay, Nuuanu
street, an elegant Sandalwood cane, adorned with
solid gold bead, inscribed. "Presented to G. H.
by L'U. T- Sows. 1SI," designed as a
gift to a well known gyntleotan on KaoaL
The mounting and engrossing on the cane rt Sects
credit on Mr. Lindsay as a workman, ami the
present will, no doubt, be highly prix-d by tbe
worthy recipient The cane wm to the
Iland by th" .'i""- J- 'n Tuesday.
The .1 olDc tb,li tv inderful
stwyofthe zrUrz t Uonolah It is
most circurc jtantt J la aw ; a thorough
knowledge of the inferior econacty of tbe P- C A.
officeandsr .cksc ... of t ioCev mf DanOConv
net The "hoax' ; a od one and was ,
entlr pubLahed 1.1 good faun by the M' fhe ;
whole thing appears v vt uc. ukn an attempt to j
help the Oorernu. ! l.ero t get forward a grand J
tmhtarr scheme, in fact it the armr bill once !
more coming to thr fore.
Oar Hilo Letter.
Editds Gxzxtts: From Tarioa signs it is generally
supposed that the American ISagle in Hilo
has been moulting and is now sprouting sorao new
tail feathers. Various dtsplaysof new bunlingand
more or less of spread eagle seem to warrant the
supposition, it is presumea it wm soon ce jau
A number cfHiloite visited the schooner Anm
on the evening of tbo 26ln, at vaptam Mcculloch's
invitation. The day had been hot and the cold
breeze and bright starlight oa the water was very
delightful, After the party had been aboard fox-some
time they were startled by several shots clccw
to the vessel. The excitement subsided however
on learning that it was only the U. S. Consulate
who was coming aboard in a double oared barge
and who was honoring the oocatm by firing a
salute with a Henry rifle. As it was dark the sides
of the vessel were not manned thorn a number of
ladies gazed enraptured, or something else, over
The evening passed pleasantly to all oa beard
and shortly after a little lunch the guest came
ashore much indebted to CapL and Mrs. McCuIloch
for a delightful time. It is understood one of the
Government officials, who graced the occasion,
partook too freely of tbe lobcter salad, etc, and
was indisposed the next day.
Th Kmmut ftrnmitta was to have sailed Wednesday
p. ro, the 17th. The attempt was made but the
breeze tailed her and it was not until the ISth that
she fairly got out of sight of land. Opt. Matson
lakes a number of passengers this trip, among
them Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Austio, Ephie and Hattie
Austin and Mr. .WSunter.
The Anna sailed on the lith, going out of the
harbor in fine style. She goes to Kahuiui there to
discharge the remainder of her freight.
'luesday morning a reddish, dust cloud was
nouceu sweeping around tne ua or aianna nea.
Tbi old kamaalnas predicted a Koni within twenty
four hours. But the wind did not veer around
for enough to sweep down upon ns here, shtlterod
as we are under the spur of Mauna Loo.
Though clouds hare been scudding northward
for a day or so the wind baa not vet disturbed our
banana trees and canes.
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt has been holding a
number of temperance meeting in tbe cburcucs
bete. A Christian Woman's leiuneranea Croon.
organized and working, is one of the results of her
Tisitnere. truly no we need active temperance
work among us.
There seems to be a regular systematized illicit
sale of liquor in our midt, largely tn tbe hands of
the Chines and Portuguese, but which the hand
of tbe law seems not to be able to touch (or not
anxious so to do) although a few arrests have been
made. I would propound the query, why does not
the Gonrnmenl prove more active m this regard r
Has tho in o rfrl. ml y.fr.. anything to do with
this growing slate of affairs.-'
Tho a'imom late arrival stirred our people up betimes
Friday morning, fhey wete gladenocch to
seo her come steaming alone, and Wolcomed her
with ' Better late than neer." All serene.
lido, Dec IN!. Auwok
riiiii: rxii:i:ii:Ni:in r.ix; TO
A. c'vp notice lhal titer liar v furnied a C.vDartncrahlt,
ai Koauoolu, Kola, Nlaud of Maul, for the pnrpuee of
Mock-railing aod carryiu on a general Mercantile
businea, to he atykd th hUAl Ul IX KAM'll CO."
lOLNil II EE.
Koauoulu, KuU.SIaul. Ihx U,l 111111
(.UK MILl.tU M UEKETAMA sTS.
Ufflci. IIoikf from 7 ii i liui P. t ifllce Ikix X XX
rp tiiav oe ' ft it I hi Pjiitlimn Malite "n
l'rrtii sib A; so ilItHinr 1'ulk iiuOm lirtibn
vnd importers of iilu ulti or thoU'Luiikkkd do
mestic live PtocL i Bjtc iiiauc tliln our sols btial
nets for the pal roi reRi have Imported 123
car loada. from the Kaileru and MIOJlc Mates lo Call-
fern a. nioiac Office. Lick ban rrauclfco)
are aleo dealer in i.hahe ammils. heep
anu muni row wc aiwajs ecir at ny rtai'iiaoii
cricea ami on emm t' mi-
Ity the "t'lau ttirnkil. nlm hud of
IIoltcln, " Miort Hum "Irrter' and "Ayrshire
breeding cattle, sud a.iltin iwo vlekk seviral crati
of breedlug Brrkhlre piss mid lio We txixttto
remain here two or inn i. month hei
and "cllmaie" hi th un.aatima i!Irec(lvc nnl re
for any breed fjrully r uf hju bubsuii, do
mettle animsN avircTi t (hk.stkei. Ufflec
with It Laiiic, Eao, So II tort fctrn t, Honolulu
QHll) 1m) I'ETXC Sja A lloMKB l'OLK XB.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
henua r ni:i,;i:i;nn ild iuform l)i frifiidc
and piiM . n tjlle inl a
I'll 1 UL ll
HAY AND GEAIN
W LLI. A- ALL MM 'r
Feed for Fowls, Etc.,
iiT Telo phono No. 12. "jS.
LAINE & CO.
uii: i.uitt. Mont oi nil:
WHICH ! UlrF.KHr T TIIK
Lowest Market Prices
Af3 DELIVERED FREE TO AIT PaRT CF THE CITT
(.x;:tTh i on tiii:
Pacific Dlutual Lire Insurance Company
OF i U.lFobSM.
Agents for Uie "HOOVIR TELEPHONE."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
rsisrnoXK so r47. wwir
Notice to Creditors.
.L frlrc notice that tbi y have Itee ii apolntecl Execn
ton of tbe Wilt of Rem in- I'anahf ulanop, late of
Honolulu. U land or Uabu. ilrcaaed All person
haiflRtr - rlaimmi ?&in.t paid tati . nhether ern:
bymortcasc or otherwle.r.ni present lheamedo(y
anthentTcated. and with pn)pr tonrtien if an exitt,
to tbe onderiipnrd within ct this dale
orthej wtlt be forevir II i rrom indebted lo
aald estate are remit'! d to mtkr Itmnnliit' pamenl
t II 5. It UfHUOl
Honolulu, Uminlx' ii 11 1'ITMm
1usrr.iLs. PltilUIttMltUS. umly k.eeutiil at fi
J. W. HINGLEY.
Gr. J. WAIAER,
TO THE FRONT !
A ItttEAT SOON
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, PORK, & FISH
KBIT Foil I BATS AFTER DKISII KILLED.
BY PATENT DRY
KILLED MEATS. T 1" kal Im ujr of
'Om Sims Mfttl. Xrt ror hIc ill diy.
Urn 3,Mmm tncl.
Hotel Street Markst,
At tmr I i M.rmrt. ;
Un MaimakM Slrl.
or TaaRkiaclbepablic r
lull If C. J. WALLER.
i.wm.s; i- mi:
Followi'112 Goods Just Received
r.x i.tri: akkisai.s.v
Black French Merinos,
Ladie and dent' I nibrella
Linen Sheeting. rlno Mlko
Ladle ' atul tieiit'a
Rmhroidcrtd 'l"lh Talile t ..t. rs
Ladies' & Gent's Underwear,
Woolen &,Cotton Shirts,
I. Kl.i: SS lll.T OI
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool Vtt (joil,
Etlsrinirs and Insertious,
1 mm: 1.0 r tu
New Desigued Prints,
r d .i Ureft .m! f '
Kimlisli and American lionds
ti Aim.itui ri tii,mio..
Oflor For Scilo
Ex Recent Arrivals
u im i.
superior Clan t' as t halt an
LaUiur. I.aflltf, Medoc.
CUAM i'AG -IV IC.
Uf Clia- Fane.L'arU' L- liruu Fr-re-A
Vo , fartc d'Ur.
Utt chtctLim Oin. In tunc and
llrandlca or all kind.
ttnpertor Port ami Hhfrry.
Malaa Wine. Madeira,
Cnraeao, Orange Hitler"
tremetle Praline, I rrnii U-1 acatt.
',,1 -i. J and 2 U4lluu
Portland Cement, of Mehntan X Lie faun.
Talent .Steel f I'yiiit liitb Wire, at creiitly retluccd
price. Sncar, lUcu aud Taddy Daga, Plauon of
Different Maker iar FOI1 SALE BY
ED. HOrrSCHLAEGER & CO.
pril U.UEES STHKKT
Election of Officers.
v ta Mi.i.TiNi. or Tin: stock-
1 UULt of the IIALAWA L'HIt ( OMl'ANY.
held si the office of (.'. Prew r A I'n.thU da. (Ue
foilowfor olBcers were eterteil l All the varancle
by the death of Sir Henry My-
Mr John II. faiy a- I're.ideitt
Mr. Tho. K- Foateraa Diretior
J. O. CARTE IL,
ee J lljljtvv u'r .
H'molnlo. S.irtmW Zhh. mt tm
. TItAAS.TI. t.MIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Canltalof IheConiDanr ARevrrve .till IUI
Total I!eirbrajrk U1.H5U.1WI
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
T"i-I . n itb.iuuk ll.m.no
iik i Ainr,i
T of thi above three companlea firr the Hawaiian
land?, are preia;vai io
Merrhnndlfieand I'nMln.e Machinery & al- So-ar
and Ulce Mill, and rrl in the turW. aaiust Iwa
itr ilama 'e by flje on the mon faroranfeti rm
1 ly II. HALKFELD A CO.
ri'iiiis)lrniiia,('uiiiu'ct!cii(. Mauil.i, .Siiiimliii. mill
Tuliacro For Salt".
any Desired Leaf Tobacco.
GIFT SALE !
J. W. HINGLEY
SLnoking' & Che-wing
Kxlia (Jimlitj II, n. in.i.
Cigars made to order from
Saturday, November 29, 1884,
$5,000 WORTH OF SILVER PRESENTS
Will be CIVEN AWAY during this Sale !
Butter Knives, Butter Dishes, Castors,
Etc, to Every Customer Purchasing S2.50 Worth of Goods.
rrozs, toys, toys,
$2,500 WORTH OF TOYS $2,500
And Xmas Presents will be given away daring this Sale to
Customers buying 81 worth or more.
Don't Buy Toys for Christmas, but call at
CHAIS. J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Br LYONS IXVEY.
froaa XKWKH UE '
wtllaMa Ere taw
On -Wednesday, Dec. 24th
At ? trhck, a llrtHl line of
Joat !adrd coaiiUf of
XU A LAHUE V.IRIETT (If
LYUSS LKVBr. Atmt,.
Regular Cash Sale
On Saturday, Dec. 27
i na. at.alSaU llooaa.wtll b U ataactt.
Ass't. of Merchandise
Ono Family Fliroton !
LtOIS LKVKr Vdt'i.,r..
Dressed Turkeys for
Xmas, on Ice!
WiJ lUrur. I'.r VTMR. ,LAMK)A. tCK
A 4ll L.i .f I bote
TURKEYS Already DRESSED
1. iird. .lio'ild ! fk .1 iarr. i. ..al a It Tn I ted
upply will he on hand We bare atao oa hand and to
irriv. a 'arjr, ana van a eorimvnl I
il Ron Hon-. 1
L!0 Fit 'b sur
Hains.Bacon, Lard, Cheese
HHWi. Kit. Kir.. Kir
Just Arrived !
Ukr uf A hereof D. 'formLlfviuool,
.jsno foh sali: i
ONE MILE OF
Light Portable Railway Kails,
V) llu. a airt. anil JMtnh jaase tttlb
AND 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANE WAGONS
Jr'Olt T1IW MAM1.
.N.U. -Thi- Railway iniubla for .lain I lowar.
.MraJiht Mcrl KjiU. II 11.. n thr jat
Korthi working of Mepr John Fowler JbL'o,'a
and locomotlte. the ontWrdraed twaj traft tm
J.I. Mprrckel Km., uf Xfrrckelavtll. wiMtaalhrala
now In fall operation
For farllif rpartlealara, VVlJ '
W I, OH CBN, or
. W. MACPAHMNK A Co..
Wta Ageata for Jahn rmltrt'a
JA.HKN .11. .MO.lSAItltA't
Attorney unci Counsellor at Lnw.
('eciaiarieniion pain ioine i uf lawa,.
tcaatejaacinir.anii ai thnrtalfaalft
Xotnrr Pnbllo nml of Dwdt
ror t ae BMirportaiKoraia ana .iew ioik.
No a St , ttonoiata. II. t
Real Estate For Sale!
THE l'NHK!(MlNM OFFKRH FOR
lALC. ItUIR OIFFKNNKT UlTtt
Tbetvon. al LELKO. HUNOLULt. ta
ul; of JAMEA KKAt, B&l-
i.tirAo. I 1 n ftt rtlWU jr .m RbHt tntiawltll
reet in tbe rear andlSfnt la 4rwih.m Ifcaa ba 0a
(he Bald lot on. UwaJltali.aai. MtW Imri - ---
flee mom, kilclnw awd Tbf IliwuMa
11 nrtter, ana in Mm aajnrwwa. rami
oavabte a.oataJ.aat In arffaace. rWH Lt wa htaW
nve year, aim ut aam irwfw aM un win on mm am
Jeet t.t wild liw inmred for ft.lM. the potter
Lilrlnj June 4b. IIVC
lor .St. 2-la 111 fart In hratb and M f eet In
rlriCnvadlai 0 II ton
niwrv mra am: rvnm trmmi'm, am. wwwjm iff a
tnm li a man" hi
fet. and eeai nae. e.iaiaiainjr inoa ibmm
I awed for f , Um pMcf fliptrlm Ja Mk, !.
I.or Xw. 3-Haa a one .lory H on tbe unt,
XH feet, and eald Lot la 117 feM In ks1 and feet
In tbrpUi. anbioca ! a oUif tat of . Iaer(l
for ', ib nrrrtM Jan JHfe. l"d
LOT Ao. I I m TUT feeL Tbe
land I- H7 frei tn leuth and M feet la wwttb. aal l
not rnteil inanrl for C, tbe polley etnlrlns 4ae
rill.Si; LOTH .Hit;
and there are Uo roadwaya to (he ame front Klz Ht
Tbo will be mM epaealely or tbe whole foar Lola
M t'vetber nM Ma are well feneeH "aelt lt oH
the title of t faaple.
$rr nut rtitrin;i: i.nntiArni tm
of ihw L'rtt. apyly t tba nndgratgned. whei" a
llin ut tbe id Lf.ta can be aad farther tn forma
ti'.n m ha'I.ai h' ofllee mf Bantu
W. C. PARKE.
Administrators Notice of
Sale of Eeal Estate.
r,i rxii:i.sn;Ni;i), aiimini.
'.f th R.tale .if WlllUn Morfve Utf (
las fatal,, f Kanal. trmtrit. ba bea lirrtimH
ran nni. t rn tbe HotMrable Jaea Ifardy Jad
llli Jrnllnil i ircult. to aHI b Pnblle Anrllon. all aaal
wbfib tb Ileal Kalate and HaUdlnc which beord
ba Mid deerdent at WaJntha aforea. lb ntlMlon
bieB ! rotuained in a eertala deed fron Waainel w
le and Joaeofc B. Athertoa awrf H Caatlf X
tor of the W'lli of Jo M. Sforw to aaldWliriaaa
lion.-- aatM rroroary Tiai. A. ir. i"r, and
he .rfHc f ttia Krjlatrar f lM,aaarM la Hamnlala.
n ftitok It and ns utea Xti at.tl tP, aly k, a aarei
7 " i- fcalanu aaiei V.(ra,trr 2ft,h. a ll I.
.().. Itlff Ilial Ihe BnttoertT ItaManVd JW bv Knk.
land be Ibe llaena MabmI: K. KjnMhll.1
.ml W. Tn the Walalba River and ronuinln an area at
'i acre f (Wire or ie4i, mere 9 tne JH4
on' ."mod dwrlMthT and two
Tbe abore deecilb aroprrtj la a very deatiBhl. imm
a a IIanratcad or m an there berate
Terai i hinepe cowpanfea delroM of lea-ta tbe
land for rlre to Hare.
I alaw aril One 'bare m the Walniba Hal.
The aalewlll take place UN JANL'AHT lat. IMS at
the nnrt llowee. It ana let. Kanal. at tb boar of
e-ar Trn' atrktry rat lw adtalily after tbe aaJe
'lerdt at the eipraee of
JAHtn H. IXIWOX,
AwW. Bat. Waa. MlMr, rl(aawnl.
KlkmU Hanalei. Dwcetaber 94. BUN. Mb
T"J U'IK1WIGKII HA VINO
Hon A. r Jwdd. dated th.
!wr hf notify all Mmw ftaifcg iblaii aatala.t aalal
Ute to nreeat tlr Hl(h tlwrowcbcrt dnryaatbe.
rt. aUett, wrthia la naoatbw frona tbw date bare. at tbe
dVe of W B. rMtle. ht llaaMtota, or tarty win be
,...-. i nil-. a tirm. ajw.aaTt nWallf le T9 !.'
t'tTiik' 1 mm .Mate at the .aid onVe wl
K I ten "f let lot) will he tr.4h
I ' I -A Ilt Kl
tin mlNf.vt rAttirt ncat
Br E. P. A Sams. .
Horses at Auctiom
On Monday, December 29
rmMndt. tftt the nmr uf
Punchbowl and Bcrctanin Streets
I Mil wll rmWfe Imtttom
20 HEAD OF HORSES
riLLlKS XAHIS amd COLT
From the Kualoa Banch
Mnally (he ret of
"Lunalilo," Bo$wclP and "TriwnpIT
UnaW wellbredare TbU will be a ?w4
owaairtnattr to otMat
" Island Bred " Stock.
I order of CnaaiiiJaa,ani of t'rewn I ande I c '
Offrr at Fabric Aaclia -n
Monday, Jannary 19 tli
At o tlwK aaaaai al at Mia
TlM Le fit, a term of 3H1 year of the r.ihwinw Lota
it Hilo Hawaii, with all ibe
Buildings and Improvements Thereon vii .
I Lot 'tav 1 in nib llllo, aow .vt h, (, W
mikflat, ' im aete, rram Jannary I iwv.
3 Lot No 2 In HI bow a a, Hilw, wow .,u,.i IT
roner, Nacre, frwaa Jmm 1. 1Mb.
I Lot No In rilbwaaa, DtK nam mihbkiI
ftvai t !.
a UM la lllla. bm owaalaa byn H Rrol -.
Janamry t. r
- Lot in HIh. now onanaawj by C Kaiw. i Ulttti, r
frwaa Jannary 1. tMB,
7- Lot In ttlte, MmaaMy J b Mill., (rem ,, ,
H- latin IhlQjfarinerly leaawdba US Tibkluai '-.
- Lot In Hlba. nam eawaat ta ttbipaaam x EitUita
In HIK formethr bami to u -mi, ;
j i, iwir
Tbw UatMa at all fwt fiwtv ith an tb
Mtllatw. MMtafa a4 hMfaatawal npon '!
HrnUafe payabre NUaMlry in
lam at eipwaaw wt rwibaan
l A I ! Jlawrr
I im ml ! rll t t"wMK A'n n
IVloiulay. January 19th
I.' K W tlix.k noow al kit al t"rtu
B.lMz'iir ) ihr K.lmtatr III. ,! it. 1.1
Hmm. LBLBIVHOKL .1.
TWAbNimM illlllllltlX.t.KM. ILw.ti
Tmc .tmmpmmm ul lloUHAII XV Mil 11, in
Km, Hm.1. immmMmm. Rpyml fhrtmt vi.
Tk..MmmMirt IMHIHI.1 n.l;l.l lltl.t: ,
(on. Kmm. Manll. Kak... .. ",
Ta. AmmmiMa ol MI11IJ 1 la f..im Kw, ll..i
. Kataan r. 1TM.
THlibuirf 3l 1. N..ril, X..,. II.-..
HK1. Oral rural I1H
Ta. KalHBa ul 1.1.1 III 1 1 III I la S'.ih Km
Hawaii, 3 MU act.. Na,,l falvat lie
Ta KahrMM al U. I II t L I HI la Xmii, K'.pa
Hawaii,?. Mm; ftfBl Fat.al ua.
Ta. Kakaaa o I111HUM In i..i H.nj II.
.all. Harairat.n' na
Tka KalMaa at IHI1I.IIH. .N.ih -.. II
Bll.UIWaim: Haj.l Palml Ur
Taw .Uapai it ri .11 a Im rama. Ila.au k'iitna
Ta..Uaaaaa II.IIU laj Ha.Uaa. Ila.all. 'HJ
TmalllaiM.f la Um
A lfa U M KaHaa.tta. .11
A Kama. Lat I.. I 1 1 I.IIalUlla. Uaha
Tk.Ahaaa..rrtl.lll,t.akala. Ma. I .,...
aVaal ralaml W
Aa.aaJ.TTI It. rr,
aaaa 111 Ma,..,..
r 1 i'. "-'
ttrtol farlll.T laiftkalar. apal, I.. Jt I RT
M-. I AlatTlla, AaMp'.r.
HaaWfmm. Drtrtalki ilk. HU.
Freeth & Peacock
No. 23 Nuuanu Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Wine & Spirit
Offer for Sale at the
Lowest Market Rates
George Coulet Champagne, in pts. and qlj.
Chas. Farrc Champagne, in pis. and qlj.
Carlton Frere Champagne, in pis. and qts.
Fine Old Cal Brandy in Bulk,
Pure Virginia Wh(e Rye Whiskay,
Budweiser Lager Beer, pts.4 q!i.
A La, an-! tt.fl l(H stuck i,f -
Always on hJii'l and fir ! .' ,'r. that fatr i?5
aartHhM Country ordera
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
TMLMPUti.VK I. ' '' Ifl X .Mat.,
F. H. OEDINC,
BAGGAGE EXPRESS 1HD 0R1TR1K.
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