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HOXOLULV. DEI EITHER 21, Is.
; r. . las; .kercjM been lulls ImproTcmestin
t It' itnm i oll and there!, no denylnSiie
r . Tlur. ba probably ncrcr been a Deeefnber lor
Bi'T years Tiiirli hag proved so dull Tor ike retail
Tl,c am imo Mlc. during the week han been table
..oxxariwl bat the price bid hare cu'litn hiri
, ISN ill bo sales m to Christmas ere. andtbetc ,ii
fonti'l o detail tn onr admitting colnmtie
r.niij Jill the follpwins fcatnrday, the GmernTacnl
1 . .j; made tome thownf to Ihcvlshes or
- , boc'r lld Ike liovernment ehown si-ns of
.r jkm n: the Hawaiian doJurwoold rnOTtprSoablr
- dropped to the real value id Be ' """""J
nit arrivals Mncelart wrlUcr conslstot thet t?aroer
, y UT njdney and Alameda, the former from the Col-
en route f S-an r ranciKo, n4 the latter tnrm
- a traurweo with ber uul rrdrhtandpa.enrrr
. and the bark Srgdo, from N S V
ti a mxo of coal. -,
Thr drparurea for the ram period" lnclnde the Slrar .
. ,.r Sidney and bnne. Clan Snreckcls for San
bark I. O. tVhiUiore and bktne. Kitsap 7?m
It. thr Alameda, which arrived in port here on the
I) mond iUi efflntnercU! trade circular
a. J the 15th Inn . srhKh we hcrnvitli present
Sa FcaxctKo, December 15th. IBel
tm laht circnlar was dsted Dec. 1. i.er JIarlnoia.
h.) markets are reported as
" at I j iinteUM bj the probabilities of the xcw
irjaty vhlch fa now berore UontTcM.and nntll
- urn definite action has been taken oTeatBe the trade
most necessarily continue more or lew depreaeed
IMerriyg to this owartlou, e Creole from Messrs.
'E i?""'. C,E2.,W ' lh,! "n ,-. " follow
The lieeiproctty Treatte. bow In jwiress. If
by UHnrret , wtM rln ns free rngaron
1 Qba -................... . """ ffkJoiV)
British Wert liMflea .,SK:j
n.merra(lrioclaod. ." jSnj)
V itCO 1(1J
sandwich Irlanda .." San
1 'Indiana and cake Dotacfcie '..'.'.'..'.'.'. juupc
., , . , 1 I$0.XM
ii remains to he Men whether Concreaa will act
,mnthe ccommeiidatroM of the lTeridnrt or confonri
Med by the Secretary. The matter la one or mi tyi
'tf Vbc ??:,'" w" SeSde H .SJ
Sjiwi."? "' the qoeatioo that it ie
r" ,:,w,1 1"" ' the reenlt "
' !fM5tc u,.l tk Itwpectof the paawKM.
viZ vST'',?,t.,?aU't conwdered ery ellm
tTi.,JI,1,,,'iTlS! Pnu CubacentrifujaH 6
. . ?J "omlnal. Manila luale a cabled on the llh
"'t l HM for!' (frelcht juwh. , .
iSc ""'"" Krt redaction In thi market
witali AYV' ' rr.,,c "T " on white, and JUc on
?hi u,iJJ'1Ji!i0.I"w,?ud" lndlcatlneptirfcI
i.litilt?Z1Se?1,B I"i8ed t 4!ic ( dayr and vejj
lile demand evet at that llnnrr. I
tJ Hht, tint
JS!.Sl? Bfl IUr the ritnttlon. and with noTJortcrn
7! .VS.? '"ftber advance does not eem jirolble. "
.Ifi"'!"" - - Extr 1'"Ut tl. f.o.b.: El Dorado
I ton f.o.b.
.Vl""1 ' lo S'-10 ! '
Sy.BKLE l ton f.o.b.
iilV,1?1' $I"IBi J-! Choi" $1.W ..b.
. boat and oat. rompretred. $15jaito J10S)
'?-hi J" U,M ls t0 S'T
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Dec bk Cycdo,C"hrltlcnH.'n.from Xewcaaiie
?,J'SSlV?ttriin:Vailim. tm Coloniea
31 Obb Alameda, 31oree. from ban Francieco
Dlx 1!-A hkUic KiUap, ItoblnMm, for port
Sv JthV,. tVhlimore, Calhonn, fur PtTownM
35-1 JIbb Lily of bydney, Dearborn, for S r'fan
3-Am URtnc t lane bprcckele. Drew, for b lan
Voucls in Port.
J'r llnr; Tawera
Haw bris Hazard.
Am bk AbWc trvir, Pendleton
Am bktnc Knreka, Lee
Am bktnc Klikitat, Cutler
Am bktnc Dlfccovery. l'erriman
Nor bk ISyzdo, ChrlFtcneen
UbS Alauoda, Jlortc
Report of I'M ft, b City of Sydney, Dearborn, Com'dr
DlKharsrd bydney pilot Dec 4, 3:17 p m; recoiled
Anckland pilot Dec , 2 a m. and discharged pilot aamc
.ite.:K)pm: rcceitcdllonoinlu pilot Dec S1,C:9U p
m. lad plcaunt and emooth rea the entire
l'6,?,E;SICP.,.u'r '' K hon". heat? 'W awcjl.and
refh to ft brccjica.
.,fF7 J!,tJe,XSW, per Dodo, Dec
From Coloslo. per Cilyof Sydney, Dec i tout
miec soode and 100 tonR do in trauvil lor ban Frandeco.
From ban per Alameda. Dec 22 Canto r
merchandltc, prorlalona, )irodace. vU
For y olokal. per Mokolii. Dec 17- Dieoi!T, P Cor
Forllawail. nor Iunlnni tlo IT .Tunl. t.... t t
Baker. .' ""'
For Wiudtiard Ports, per Kinan. Dec IV K I Mcliolt,
AW Jones, JIrs Jones, J A Dell. J Cooper, S l'arfccr
and family, C Wledmann.
'0?..wl,Ml,,,d P Ulnan. Doc Sl-Edin
Hal, J Brodle.l, Ascn. (. I' Wilder, Mrs J It Hare
and eon, V II t oss,C Tercfnsls, D Untbrie, Mrs !
Jarrctt, Mies Maria Con ly. Mas Vearr and child, M rs
AVama and 2 children.
From Kaaal, per C K Bishop, D SO-Capt W Ii
V J MataUiland crow of nrecVed schooner
Fromllamakua,)erl'alanl. Due 20 J M Jrcrond
and wife, MJss Maseey, Y II Itlchard. J Maredc,:.
From Kanal, wr Planter. Dec Kice,
ife, r. children and feivaut, Mrs F M blmpson. F
Iilndt. LW Doner, J Ward. Mrs J lueheaud son,
lion W o bmilh and eon, V 1! Holt, Mrs It Xoanc.
II A Widetuann. Ir M Hanaike. Dr W J! McAllister
and wife, Jliw M Mack, W II Caller, vy T
Khoadee and wife, A Wlzjrlns. II I. Chaae. lirolher
Bertram, Brother Man. Mrs Bevans. Miss Barrlneer, J
A More, T Utile, Akol, wife and child, E Clark. M
From Colonics, pr City or bydney, Dec
Oeo A bhendan, J D Waraeld, J lever. O Ally, F Bol.
J U Miller. B Ally. II J Collins, and so cabin and 3U
1"tIfr?? iwasonscra in transit Tor ban Francisco.
or llamakaa. per lwalani. Dee 23 Matter W Kick
ard, A b' Wilson.
From San Francisco, per Manpoe a, Dec yu Coi O W
Macfarlanc. U Cray Macfarlane, Mra J B button, MUs
Emlio V bntton.Miss L K Kiley, Miss J C Hubbard.
Mr Jas Campbell, w ire. 2 children and nnjsc, Mrs A W
bcolt.MnJ A b Bender, J Donilas mith, Wong Fov,
Mrs h True, E A Williams. T K McDowell. bWnay'b
bmlth, W A Wall, J S tireen, D JlcKeniie, Mrs C J
Flshel and2 children, b Magnin.Jns Eddy and wife.
Miss S Kofeiiucrj;. Miss Btlrccn, M II Jones, Charles
bekrj, LooU NeiMko, Geo I' Wells, Kov R Maekcntio.
wife and 1 children. Miss Ida beelev, H Concdow. D C
Manln,MrsM ltlcliter.il Easellree'ht, Juice Tarennrr,
.tolm Norton. Prof Thco Gremler. and 41 steerage.
In Honolulu, Dec. 21st. to the wife of Capt. F. Marcos,
1 Makauao, Maui, Dec. 1Mb.
Lima, daughter or bainl F. andEUzabctb A.
orth, aged S years andVmonths.
IIAybEL'DEX In thlF city, on the 2thh lust. IIssnT
I . youngest son or Talnla L and Fred 11. Ilaysclden.
aed II tnonUis and 13 days.
A Goldon" Anniversary.
Mr. and Jlrs. J. M. Oat, Kr., n well knotru and
iuucU respected couplo who Lave journeyed
hand in hand, adovrn I ho river of Time,
forllio jiaat fifty voare, celebrated in beoomini;
manner the fiftieth, anniversary of their naplialfc,
nt their residence on l'nnchbow I street, on the 1 7tlt
insU 'llic worthy couplo themselves intended to
bare had only n qniet family Catherine ontho
occasion and the beaming faces of their
children and their children's children would have
been as pleasant and heart vanning an occurrence
as the celebrants hoped for. lint the children and
many friends of the couple, desired, intended and
bronght to a fulfillment, moro elaborate a
and tho occasion of the celebration, of
tho twain's successful passage of tho ltubiconof
fifty yoars of happy wedded life, was a social event
u hicu brought to the Oat resideuco representatives
of tho wealth, intelligence and beauty of Honolulu,
who paid their Henirs to the couple and left many
golden remembrances of their n 16ha respect and
Tho reception, at the residence, was from G until
10 o'clock p. m. and between those hours the
halo and hearty although silvered, celebrants, were
by members of the lEoyal Family,
Government officials, members of tho consular
and diplomatic corp4, and delegations of tho public
Generally, who tendered congratulations ontho
past and cipressod Rood wishes for the future, of
Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Oat, Sr.
One of the many pleasant surprises of the happy
fiocasion was a Eercnado by tho Hawaiian Military
Hand, detailed for the duty by His Excellency the
Governor of Oahn, and tho beautiful selections,
Admirably rendered by tho iierf ormcrs. under the
direction of llerger, were much appreciated
by tho old couple and were a pleasant
treat to the large company of callers.
Mr. and Mrs. Oat Miss E, Crocker, ) were married
by tho llev. E. Chase, in New York city, December
17th, 1831. Thoy have had nine children
five sons and four daughters, only four of the
number, however, now being tdive and thoso
four, nons. Of these, two married ones J. M. Jr.,
(popularly known as Mort,) is one of tho leading
stationers of this city. John M. who assists in the
conduct of his father's business, resido here and
Fred 11. unmarried, Secretary of r. S. N. Co.,
reside in Honolulu. Lewis A. married, resides in
The following poem prepared for and read on
the happy occasion, is by Mrs. U. E. Dillingham.
Could we turn backward the t;reat tide of years.
Breaking so long on the grocn shores of Usac,
Midst the bright bUlon that ebb and that now.
We should hear echoes of sweet wedding chimes
Echoes that tremble with memories dear,
Tone overflowing with tendereat truth.
Harmonics hinting of heaven below,
Telling a ctory or love and of youth.
Runs: the first pea! of those soft w eMitur beB
Over the snow, through the clear frosty lr:
Fatherland faraway, hoMingthefn 'dear.
Home of adoption, tuts summer land fair,
(Madly to-day the sweet echo repeate ,
Setting each crystallxed cadence, to words
All happy hearts for themselves can supply,
TarnlDg the strain, to the free notes of birds.
Greetings of lore and slaeerost regard.
Brings every gnett and acquaintance .
Honored1 to press hands united so long,
Happy, Uus tributes of friendship to pav.
FUly long years or life's sunshine and stoiiu
bhared with faithfulness, crown you as peers :
Mutual the so the cares lighter greu .
Sweeter the joys and more truder the tears
Sacred the retrospect, precious the task
.Half a long century thus to review. ,
fhat wertJincc trials, brief shadows appear.
Scenes of young years seem as yesterday new.
Hardships and crosses and well earned suet ess.
Mingled together In Hod's perfect plan.
Lie at your foet a mosaic complete.
Wrought for eternity, daring lire's span
(lolel iud basy your lives, but your hands,
f.ver rmplovrd In teninc mankind,
IIolli at all times with sympathy true.
Welcome and cheer at your board, allmtghlitnd
Oret the ocean, afloat on all seas, s '
Spread the whitewings you have fasbionM tor years.
Emblems of purity. bleetng and flight,
Long may your banners encircle the sphere.
Kindred afar send von greetings to-day
Children and grand-children joyful unite
Uoldcn the wishes that fall at your f ret,
Golden the sunset en cometh the night,
Golden the years that we prav are to corar
Laden with peace yoar last days to adorn.
Golden GodV drone; in thelrfaitb,
Golden will dawn resurrection's glad morn.
On: c! tbo latest novelties which will be placed
before the central public to attrast attention and
coin is an exhibition by a real Bohemian, Prof
Grciner, or the art of The
room will bo situated in Campbell's Block,
and the opening day is set for the SOth insL. at 10
a. m. The novelties which will be manitactured
include various kinds of useful and ornamental
articles, one of which is used to write this article.
a plass pen. To iho Raze of a wonderine publio
Jill also be displayed, ta all its vitreous beauty, Ji
dress, made from collar lo flounce, entirely of class.
The, exhibition will be both moral and instructive
nd will be well worthy of public patronage,
A merry Christmastoyoattii.
A$riday? d Prim schooU ot "o ty broke
On Ofirt'rfvta,i. il. . .
1'Mltv ciw wctk"? m U7 ineheaor raio felt
rjwd for a rainfall of under 21
were SaaiT no 1 than three dead horses
floating off the entrance to tho harbor.
atiiont!?5?na? is lo, contains
amount of valuable and interestinfY matter. a
' A" 3IaU
ing of the 2CU inst
T"fla aivivti, ..
JnZ wer prevalent prevented the
otih''rSY,r;i,?0t,l.rL,,e.in Port until noon
-- t x.v .. . M wl " tuemicai lauoratary in
connection with Oahn College.
The choice of stalls, for one the
year, in Fish
Market, i . TC rlt,u
will lu, 1A i. c.,.
r iiiuuuihiiii,l on me
raises, by order of the Minister of Interior.
Her Majesty will hold a reception at the 1'aUce,
OH Iiii-i ltrlatr T.an
IWT 1 .Ia -a a
. ;.-" Jioi. iMtor3 win jje
from 10 a. m. liU j p. m.
Vtri liiar tai !. a - a ar .1 i .
on hin Rlreet. Cause, tUner of spoodine tUc
Mm T' I! . aP l'.1l. - a 1 ; ... . .
-. v, .liUBwi jicauwcic dcdooi lor
Citls, closed oa Indayfor ibe tioIidajB. It will
reenmo Work linort Mnmlnr .!nn r.ti,
I.Minril fn-im lln .on. .;.. .i..i, .
neamcra ehow that a number ul ports of call were
nfLKfitHl llV Itn I Via laat 4mh nn - a ar n
m Msi. avarji, ttijr ual UM.VUUI Ul IUO IOlif!Q
a ho Chnstinas Tacation of Hie scholars of Iolani
0bUW coiamenced on Dec. 13 th, closioc the school
wSPSUP81 TLo next term will commence Jaa.
Oil MotltlflV ills alnaino IT: . t 1.
the Marine KaU way for cleauiiiR aud pamtiii"
water line, and came olf yesterday
AlliUtinlhft madanrtaM inl.n .-! 1 I .. n . . .
- '. " "U,J I1IIM UV lOO Hill
erf. weru Cph G. W. Macfarlane, George Grey
Macfarlanc, Uf Glasgow; Mr. Jas. Campbell, Mai.
i'lia lllf!rmnmfiY clnml . .let . 1. ,..:, ..
, .- ;- u.aii a (iitaiuciiun Sunday
morning, and lots of paoplo began to howl for
a double allowance of blankets. One lady de-
...vu as, unu aVCVU llVCUUg.
TllKf T- i!t t.a rt.;t a . .... -.
woo vriuKsiiuas oacenou insrauay
altwnoon, at Etnma Square, at 20, by tho
and Keformatory School llatidi uudsr the
direction of I'rofeaeor lierjier.
-MX. it Xli"sV 1 II. If ItruMnn Btst;.....l .. t .1
111 the past week which has drawn to them the
fiympatby of theoommnnSty, the death
yiz: of their
.. ... ..
VnniifWhsat , un trn fl a
--p.. o cuij jt uv. mo aje oi i inonins.
Ttltt BtLtr litlfitf linn l.nnn .-- .1..1 ... 1..:
tbo late Btonn and in its stead a cone buoy has
U uv wicBpuorcnpparaius ni
Head was blown aw.iy during the aame Rale.
MeflKrS W. t Irwin X- fVi 1,ie . j r .1..
pretntaes situated on the south west corner of
ton and (,ueen etreets, to more spacious rooms m
thii l1n1. .. 1?. .a -
vi mu oiuck Hsu ionu Jiiciiancfc
RUlar t?efi6ions of tho association should bo held tho
TiTffiATlT1 inne nf etn1n l..l. u . . i .
being a matter of public enquiry.
Thfl tnAiil Itl a a11ami..m ..a? . ?
aa.vuUimi,i uccouiiis is a move in
the right direction, and will probably be followed
vua, u, uumuw vk uriaa. omau i iron is auu
quick returns is a motto which has made immense
ja filVlffFA lfn,rninli,in cninTri. T 1 1I..I.I '
lias successfully passed the civil service
4 inn 4fi X. out 7aa1a,,1 a ... -
""" iouu. ucorge was jor many years
a pirpil of Sir. Atkinson and was an excellent
..J?51 weck "f lr discharging her cargo, the C. 0.
..,..."... nVm uu mo mukuo aiumaT lor rame
much needed repairs below the water line, which
were completed by Saturday, and tho essel sailed
for the Sound early Sunday morning.
Tl tn TMrlmrB1 lcnfiilinn rll .-.,. m. w
l! A. iTnll nn nnrt Mn.1n., f 1 tri
uay mornings. Tho season will probably contribute
InnMhld .. n ... fill! ,,n...1nMA .. ,. I,
.vnu.us onwuaura ui UiCUlUCrB, a COU-
summation devoutly to bo wished."
Tlml" . . .... XI C YV,.. - C..J 1. Y ... ..
w j. u. myu o.yiey ilirueu in IJOri
hero on tho evening of tho 21st inst, with Sydney
.l,llnll.nJ1. ... --.I . ,1 Y Y-.' , ..' ...f
uuuo .uu ,uj 4tuu .luciviauu uaios to IUO IIU
mwuaiH, auu snnou again ior oan rrancisco at
10 p. m. carryinj; 1 oahin and l) sleerace from here.
The road-roller, supervisor, and engineer were
all present during an entire day last week, at the
rear of tho Hotel, placing the pathway in proper
condition. A small portion of the time there wasted
might have been better uied for tho public benefit.
Clean the streets!
Tho condition of the streets dnriag tho past week
has been simply disgraceful. Tho sid walks in the
lower part of the city have been Hooded with mud
and water on the occurrence of each storm. In
the meantime the Hold Supervisor quietly smokes
his pipe, draws hissxlary and stays under cover
when it rains. As before sAid the rrrwammt at tpnt
Kbould be kept passable.
Dr. J. S. McGrew, celebrated, according to his
own account, birthday yesterday.
A larRO namber of friends of the genial doctor
gathered together and duly drank his health, which
Minister Daggett proposed in a few appropriate
words. Keprcsentatives of all the principal professions
and mercantile firms were present iJay
tho doctor live many another "thirty-six" years.
"Miss Annis Montague is so great a favourite
with the Sydney public that her first appearance
in any character invariably nttracts a good house."
So states the principal Sydney N. S. V., paper,
tho 6fsy Utrabl. Miss Montague (Mrs 0. U.
Turner) is well known in this city as a sister of
Mr. C. M. Cooke.
The LosGatos (California) Hail mentions a
pleasant visit paid that office lately by "Mr Thos.
G. Thrum, of the haiiirdny Pre, who gavu an
interesting account of the islands and their pro
spects. Mr. Thrum comes for his health, which
has been ranch broken down by close attention to
business, and will visit California extensively before
Tho Chamber of Commerce held another busi
ness meeting for tho purpose of discussing the
unanciai situation auu currency question, on the
afternoon of tho 0lb inst, but, after a little argument,
decided to defer promulgating any opinion
until n later period. The questions now at issue
remain therefore in tialu quo until tho special
committee, having the matters in hand, report.
J. M. Davidson Esq., formerly and yet, a member
of tho Hawaiian bar, lectured lately at the
California theatre, San Jose California, taking for
his subject tho "Hawaiian Islands." Tbo lecture
was much admired and tbo Jlferrinvsays: "During
the course of his lecturo ho spoke of numerous
and strange traditions and customs prevalent, and
in excellent language portrayed the beauties of the
scenery of those Isles of tho Sea."
That the Government organ, tho is
Land in glovo with tho perpetrator of the "Piracy"
hoax, published in tho S. If. .17, is made apparent
by tho fact that a sferrofyi ;o of thr article
tntr iTceind at Viat vjffire per Alamrdo, and from
which the 'extra was printed. Some hoax, more
costly, will probably bo now played by the "four
Jacks' in the cabinet.
A fine specimen of local manufacture is that displayed
as Lis handiwork, by Mr. A. H. Uasemaun
tho book-binder. The books are bound in leather
and the work f roc anouUidevicw is nuilo creditable
to tho resources of Mr. liasemann's establishment,
being the largest and heaviest job of binding
ever turned out in this city. The books, again,
consist of ledger, journal, and cash and are on exhibition
in Wiseman's office window.
On Monday last, a pleasant entertainment was
given by tho littlo people attending MissBerryo
school. Tableaux were the first feature, in which
were depicted nursery rhymes and the legend of
tho Sleeping Beauty. Very pretty tho littlo children
looked in their handsome fancy drcssei.
Afterwards there was a tripping of the light fantastic,
and a most enjoyable evening spent.
lhe advent of DrtVebbnt the branch leper hospital
lias been dulv taken advantage of by the
maker of urytitt requests and six lepers were released
on parolo from that establishment during
past week. By which president was this act ordered,
by Education or Health? What were the
reasons for the "urgent request?" It is not election
time, and tho presence of the living dead "at
home" on Christmas is hardly proper.
A Christmas Praise Service was held at the
Bethel Church last Sunday evening, at which the
Christmas cantata of Imtnanuel was rendered.
Solos were sung by Miss A. Peterson, Mrs. E. O.
Damon, Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Miss Kate Levis
and Mr. B. Burgess; recitation parts by Masters
Arthur Wall, 11. Graham, T. W. Herrick and T.
Pcdler, and a well rendered chorus by Misses
Sarah Carter, Katio McGrew, Lottie Parmalee and
AnnaSchcmmeirenig, Miss Annie Huston presided
at tho organ.
The house of a Portuguese, living at the corner
of the Pauoa valley road, was entered bv sneak
thieves during the absence of the ownerat Church,
and $12 in money was stolen. Tho house had been
thoroughly ransacked, boxes and bureaus were all
opened and tho contents scattered over the Moor.
The thieves had opened some cased of jewelry, but
had left tho contents. Officer Marcos was promptly
on tho spot to investigate, but no duo could be obtained.
Why is there not a regular policeman
stationed about, the upper part of the valley road?
. Among the iiassencers by the Zealand were
Mr. and Mrs. Arundel. This gentleman, who has
so many friends here, has been spending several
months in the South Pacific, lastly at Sydenham
Island, where ho has considerable interests. As
the crew of his steam yacht needed a holiday, and
the vessel required cleaning, tho vessel has gone to
Auckland, where the men belong, and Mr. and
Mrs. Arundel took the mail steamer intending to
pass a couplo of months in California. On their
return it is possible that they may make a short
slay on the islands
Mrs. Leavitl left Hilo on Monday morning to
visit the volcano.
Tho topmast of the flagstaff in tho court yard, at
Hilo, fell with a crash on Tuesday morning, December
lGth, whilst workmen were nisking a few
repairs. Owing to the rottenness of the
and hcaJ of the mast- the topmast was broken
in its fall into scleral pieces.
Mrs. Leavitt arrived at Hilo oa Thursday, December
lllh, and commenced her meetings at
once. She spoke oa Thursdiy, Friday and gator-
day evenings at tho foreign church lo the foreign
people on the pet subject of temperance. On Friday
and Saturday afternoons she met the ladies of
Hilo and organized a ladies temperance nnion.
On Sunday morning, at the native church, she
held a union meeting, D. H. Hitchcock, Esq.,
i utcrpreting her words to the natives present. On
Sunday evening she again spoke to the foreigners
on the snbjrct of prohibition of the tropic spirits.
The Emma Claudius, Matson, master, cleared
from Hilo for San Francisco on Wldncsday, December
17th. She has about 100 tons of sugar
from Ookala, as freight. S. L. Austin, wife and
children, Ephie and Hattie, go to the Coast as
passengers on the Emm Claxdina. They will be
much missed from Hilo. All wish tbem Inn
rinaye and a speedy return.
Ponahou Preparatory School
A Urge number of parents and friends gathered
at the Pnnahou Preparatory School last Friday to
witness tho closing exercises. Tho morning was
devoted to an exhibition of the ordinary work of
the classes in each of tho fonr department of the
school. Miss Lewis has charge of the Primary
Department, and the various recitations of the
little ones showed the tact and skill of the teacher,
in instructing them, as well the proficiency
they have made in the arts of reading and writing
in their first term in school. Miss Wilder had
never taught before, but the scholars nnder her
charge baa evidently mastered the fundamental
principles of English grammar and the important
facts of descriptive geography. Miss Carter's
room was too 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,
tho Principal, showed the skill of an experienced
and successful teacher in the variety and freedom
with which the scholars worked out the various
problems in arithmetic, and the clearness with
which questions were asked and answers given.
In the afternoon there were recitations and singing
appropriate to tho Christmas season, the central
thought being "Jesus Our Star." Following
this, were various songs and recitations from the
different classes and from individual scholars, one
of the most "taking" pieces, being littlo Ada
Whitney's, telling how sue would speak, showing
great versatility of talent for such a young child.
Various gentlemen told the children short stories
and made brief addresses. Chief Justice Judd,
Judge McColir, llev. Mr. Bingham, Messrs. llice,
Bergcr, and llev. C.M.Hydo closed the pleasant
exercises of the afternoon with prayer for God's
continued blessing on all connected with this
home-like and thoroughly Christian school.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
Tho coaliucod depression of trade is ctusiug
considerable alarm in Europe.
Tho King of Coroa ii a fugitive and the (Juecn
Th.ro wasaUompartist banquet attended by
fiOO persons in Paris last week.
There is ytt no clue to the perpetrators of the
dynamito outrage in Loudon.
There was a centenary celebration by the
Methodist SundaySehools of Baltimore DecUth.
U. S. Minister Foster thinks the advantages of
the Spanish-American treaty far outweighs its defects.
A hill to guard against tho introduction of
cholera or other contagions diseases has been pre
pared by tho V. S. Committeo on Federal Legislation.
"Tho widow of Carlisle Patterson has offered a
site for the Congressional Library, but it is a
mile from the Capitol.
A union of the pork and petroleum interests is
proposed lo nrgo to tike some actijn
against German prohibition of American hog
The House did nothing Dec. 12th but pass ten
pension bills, including one in favor of Mrs. De
Tho scutenco of Capt. Dudley and Mato Stephens,
tho Mignonetto cannibals, is commuted
from hanging to six months' imprisonment without
A fire at New Bedford caused lossc3 of aboit
Tho W'ashington Gazette has come out against
tho Hawaiian llcciprocity Treaty.
An attempt is being made to prevent tho re-election
of Don Cameron to the Senate from Pennsylvania.
Captain llowgate, the defaulting Signal bcrvico
officer, is said to havo written the
Greely's book on tho Arctic
Kandall proposes to get the appropriation bills
through Congress as soon as possible.
Tho cigar-makers of New York will send a committee
lo Washington to opposo tho confirmation
of tho Spanish treaty.
. There has boon great loss of lifo among tho
oystermen on tho Bappahannock river, Ya.
Three girls were burned to death and one badly
hurt in a lire in a candy factory at Detroit, Mich.
John Kelly is reported to bo seriously ill.
The Congo Committeo has accepted the French
Tho suspension of tho Bohemian Mortgage
Committee has caused a panic on the Vienna
Tho French havo defeated tho Hov.is in Madagascar.
Tho Turks aro killing many Christians in Macedonia.
One hundred and twenty-six Germans have
entered tho Chinese service.
Mother Mandelbaum has been acquitted.
Tho draft of tho new Hawaiian treaty has reached
the Senate; it cannot go into effect until it is favorably
passed on by both houses of Congress; four
members of tho California delegation propose to
speak against it.
The President has sent to Congress a messago
favoring tho ratification of tho new treaty with
Spain, accompanied by n communication from
Secretary Prelinghuysen explaining the provision
of tho agreement.
rim r. a. s. s. cut or sidnet.
Losdox, Dec 8. News has been received here
of tho steamer Pockhard, near Holyhead, on the
north Welsh coast. The crew, numbering thirty,
were drowned. The vessel was bound from Cork
Pirns, Dec. ".Despatches to hand from
stato that desultory fighliug occurred
between tho French forces and the Chinese troops.
The French have been generally successful, and
tho Chinese aro now retreating in consequence of
the defeat inflicted upon them.
Losdos, Dec. 7. -The French Senato has rejected
the amendment by the Chamber of Deputies
that the Senato should be elected by universal
Caieo, Dec. C -A messenger, who has arrived
at Debbah from Khartoum, reports that when
ho left, tho Mabdi's followers weio only threo
hours' march from the city. He nlso states that
Gordon's steamers had been harassing the enemy
and capturing their provisions.
Caiao, Dec. C Detachments of tho l'Jth Hussars
and the 1st battalion of the South Staffordshire
Itojimcnt have arrived at Dongola, and
proceeded to Dcbbeh.
WEXXUiuToiY, Dec 8. No information has been
obtained as yet by tbo Government, confirming
the intelligence that Sir Jcrvois is likely to succeed
Lord Loftus as Governor of New South
litnus, Dec 4. -The deliberations of tho International
Conference on the Congo and Niger
questions havo not yet terminated, it is believed
in well-informed circles that tho Powers will accede
to the British claim of a protectorate over
the country adjacent to tho river Niger.
Loxdos, Dec. 5. Twelve Chinese men-of-war
havo been ordered to the Island of Formosa, to
take put iu the operations against tho French
Iosbos, Dec. 0. In the IIouso of Commons
last night the ltcdisiribulion of Seats Bill was
read a second time Parliament will rcassemblo,
after tho Christmas recess, on February 19.
GirE Tows, Dec 1. -Colonel Warren, who has
been appointed lo the command of tho British
expedition to Bechuanaland, arrived to-day.
London-. Dec i. -The trial of tho captain and
mate of the yacht Mignonetto, for the murder of
tho boy Parker, was concluded to-day by a special
Court. The Judges decided that tho prisoners
were guUty of murder, and sentence is to be passed
on them on Dec. 9th.
Caieo, Dec i. -No intelligence lias been received
here to confirm the report that tho Mahdi is
dead as stated by tbo Mudir of Dongola.
Wzuisoiox, Dec C Tho following cable
was received to-day by tho Government from
Mr. Dally, Acting Colonial Secretary of Now
South Wales: "Small-pox at present confined to
onu district of the city. No known cases at large,
but fourteen cases in Small-pox Hospital in strict
3carantiuc, four being c&inuent, four
three discrete, and three convalescent.
Strict house to houso investigation instituted in
affected locality by medical adviser."
London, Dec 3. Tho British postal authorities
have mado arrangements by which the mails for
New Zealand will in future be despatched
by the San Francisco route and by tho
direct lino of steamers to New Zealand.
Stdnet, Dec 1. appears to be increasing
in Sydney and its suburbs, and notwithstanding
the strennous efforts whioh aro being put
forth by tho Health Department to stamp out tho
disease, fresh cases aro coming to light daily.
Three of the cases discovered yesterday were found
out mainly through the activity of tho members
of the Department of Health, and it is quite possible
that other fresh cases will have to be recorded
within the next few days.
London. December. 3. Cholera has broken out
amongst the seamen and marines on board lhe
French fleet at Formosa.
SvnsET, Dec 2. H. M. S. Nelson, Commodore
Erskine, returned to Sydney from New Guinea
early yesterday morning after an absence of six
weeks, and after having proclaimed the British
Protectorate, and hoisted the Union Jack at nine
different places on the south coast of New Guinea,
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 nxwaiuN tseitt.
New Youx, Dec 11 The Time says of the
treaty: The nation has gained little from
it. The increase of the export trade with these
islands is more than counterbalanced by tho loss
of revenue Its commercial benefits hare been so-cured
exclusively by speculators. Chinese immigration
has been an evil to the Hawaiian islands.
The Tt.nt thinks the workings of this treaty may
bo studied with interest pending action on tho
other commercial treaties by the Senate.
Washington, Dec 11. The draft of the Hawaiian
Treaty reached tho Senate yesterday afternoon.
It will not bo considered until next week, and then
probably only to refer it to a sub-committee for
preliminary consideration. Secretary
told the Cknaiele correspondent that, although
the Hawaiian Treaty was but a renewal of
tho present treaty, it, could cot go into effect until
it was considered by the House. Although it may
be ratified by the Senate a member of the Senate
Committee on Foreign Betatrons said to-day that
the Hawaiian Treaty would require an enabling
Act to be passed by the House, the same as if it
were a new treaty. Tho lobbyists for the treaty
are trying to ruako it appear that it will not be
necessary for it to go to the House. The CUrom.
eh correspondent told a Senator of the claim of
tho lobby. He answered that tho treaty requires
new action on the part of the Senate, and necessarily
it will require new action on the part of the
Circulars were rccci cd by a number of Senators
and members to-day containing an argument in
favor of the renewal of the treaty, based on the
grounds that Honolulu wis an important coaling
station and that if the United States did not nave
a coaling station in the Pacific its welfare would
be troubled and its existence brief, though no hint
was given as to who the invading and devouring
foe would be. It U this sort of rot that is being
used as arguments for a renewal of this audacious
treaty and ouo of the difficulties in tho war is that
the State Department is allowing itself to be used
in spreading such a doctrine. Tho commercial
disadvantages to the pcoslo of the Pacific coast
are concealed entirely. When they can have an
opportunity fonr members of the California
in the House will ask to bo heard before the
Senate committeo against any extension of the
treaty. They regard it as an outrage on the people
of California and the Pacific coast
The following definition of "true criticism" is
clipped from ono of our exchanges and is given
herewith for the benefit of the writer of the editorials
in the AdnrtiKr:
Criticism duTcrs from defamation in tho following
1. Criticism deals onlv with such things as invite
public attention, or calf for public comment
2. Criticism sever attacks the individual, but
only his tn i. In every case the attack is on a
man's acts, or on some thing, and not upon tho
man himself. A true critic never indulges in per
3. Truo criticism neverimputcsorinsinuates dishonorable
motives, Hhlcv jttttict renniret it, atid
then only on the elearat proof.
4. The critio never takes advantage of the occasion
to cratifv nrirate malice, or to attain anr
other object beyond the fair discussion of matters
oi puuiic interest, and the judicious guidance oi
Tho Ericnd, after forty years editorial control
by the'ltev. S. C. Damon, passes Into the hands of
Pastors Cruzau and Oggel. 'iheso gentlemen
promise that "what it has been in the past it will
continue to be iu the future." The paper will "on
every public question where principles and morals
are at issue, we shall have convictions nnd to cour
age to boldly and clearly stato them. In favor of
good government, righteousness, temperance, and
the best interests of all tho people, this journal
will fearlessly speak. Wc have but little respect
for a religion which is not robust enough to bo carried
into business and politics."
The paper uill continue to havo a column for
tho seamen, which will bo edited by tho llev. S. C.
Damon. The columns of the paper aro to be in.
creased in width, the typo will be smaller, and the
issue increased from an eight page to a twelve page
Tho hearty good wishes of all sections of the
community are given for the continued success of
a most worthy enterprise.
Tho Bad Man of nnd Effi
Editos Gazette: For the last threo or four
years a leper, named Ku, has thwarted all attempts
of the officers to capture him. He left his
homo in the valley nnd took to the mountains,
hunting wild hugs, but nsually returned to his
houso to sleep. Ho threatened to shoot any officer
who attempted to arrest him, and tho officers
wisely ref rained from giving him a chaneo to carry
his threat into execution.
Last summer he thought ho would "celebrate"
tho fourth, so on that day ho marched down to
Waimca, with a pistol on each hip and a gun on
his shoulder, and "celebrated" the day to his
heart's content in quiet and security, " none daring
to molest or mako him afraid."
A few weeks ago he was again nn a spree, audH
came uown to uis sister a nouse and began to kiss
and caress his sister's children. She objected to
this and he, becoming enraged, dragged her out to
tho river and ducked her therein so long and repeatedly
thatsbo was almost drowned before a
neighbor cainoto her assistance. After this, his
Gtiicrmineu to uenver mm up to uio authorities;
so the next time he came down they
filiccl him fnisily with gin, and when sufficientlv
ntoxicited as to be nuablo to offer nny resistance",
they sent for the officers. The whole force turned
out and rode up in fine military order, with ropes
and handcuffs, looked tho weakened Samson, and
safely lodged him in the jiaahao. It was decided
to overlook his breaches of tho law, and send him
to Molokai. Tho Deputy Sheriff and two of the
fores were to tako him overland to Libnc, nnd
from there take tho eteamer for Honolulu. The
morning was bright, tho prisoner quiet, nnd everything
propitious for a pleasant trip. Tho Deputy
rode up homo to black his top-boots, ono policeman
stopped nt tho cofieo shop to fortify himself
for tho journey with a cup of Apana's delicious
coffee, while tho other rode off leading tho prisoner's
horsobyaropo which he held in his hand.
Ku was mounted on n friend's horse, one of tho
strongest and fleetest in tho valley, with Mexican
saddle and jingling spurs, nnd though wearing tho
Sheriff's bracelets, ho could hold tho bridle. They
crossed the bridge, ascended the hill, and as they
struck a piece of level road on the other side, tho
officer suggested that they quicken their pace nnd
urged hisborso to a gallop. (uick as a Hash Ku
wheeled his horse to tho right about and by a dexterous
movement threw tho ropo under the tail of
tho officer's horse, causing that animal to start off
on a scries of vigorous "bucks." Tho ropo was
drawn out of tho officer's hand and he was thrown
lrom his horse. As he struck tho ground ho caught
a glimpse of his prisoner galloping furiously, liko
another Mazcppa, over rocks and rills, away to
In n few minutes the Deputy, with shining
boots, and the other officer, licking his lips, rode
up and found tho fallen policeman lying in tho
dust, sore and bleeding sick in body and mind
and hisborso just disappearing over tho hill beyond.
In tho council of war which was held the questions
discussed, were: " Why was not Ku pat
aboard tho steamer at Wairaea?" and " how was
tho dismounted officer to secure his horso?"
Ku has not renortcd. but is sunnosed to bo en-
joyiug( his liberty in the mountains, and in the
ineanumo it is pleasant lor thoso ot us, who havo
to nso the river water to remember that he is still
bathing his leprous sores in tho samo stream,
Waimea, Dec 20, 1851. Eixmakcle.
A Hlch, Treat.
Tho following letters aro reproduced from tho
columns of tho Jdrtrlittr, being far too good to be
lost there, they are republish by tho Gazette.
Headers aro requested to approach thcperusal of
these valuablo documents with a duo regard to
their solemnity and bona We. It is seldom that
so beautiful a set of original documents havp been
set before tho public in this form. Be thankful,
quiet public. Lots moro of the samo to como, itis
Koo-A, Ataiano, Augnst 20th, 1833.
Kaukaua, Kino of Kinos:
Mr Good BnoTiiEi:. I note what you say through
Captain Tripp. It is excellent. I desire that you
should assistour land, for wodosiro to bo under
your rule, in the same way that yon aro under the
ruie oi loretgncrs.
,Signcd.) Te Kaiea, King of Apiang.
(Ten Nabum, Toaeai,
Ftou NlsTEm, Kino or flcrAniTAni. (Makin-s.)
Makins, Aug 2.1th, 1S33.
Nanteiti, by the Graco of God King of BuUritari,
to His Majesty Kalakaua, King of tho Hawaiian
Gheeting. With great regard I havo received
your CommissioT.cr, Capt. Tripp, who has arrived
hero, and has handed me Your Majesty'y letter,
which has becn.rcad before mo and my people, being
translated from the Hawaiian langu.igo to tho
Gilbert Islands language by the llev. J. M. Kanoa,
and wo have heard everv word that is written in
I wish to express my good feeling towards your
Commissioner and Assistant,
I tako the lesson from Your Majcsy'a letter as
tho foundation for my government, and as an expression
of good will between Your Majesty and
myself. I have received vour Commissioner will.
gladness as tho ono who has Y'onr Majesty's con-
I thcreforo place my full coufidonco in Your
Majesty, nnd hope that you will be as a father to
mo and my people, Nanteiti,
King of BatarUari.
Araiutl, Kcbia, Sept. 23rd, 1S33.
hrNQ Kalakaua :
Mi Beloved BaoTnEa. May you bo in hoalth in
I havo rccci, cd your letter. What yon say is
good, viz, that we frauternize with rma anotho r
and that wo agree with one heart lo lovo ono
another in truth.
Kalakaua, let us assist ono another in looking
after thoso of tho Gilbert Islands which nro bad.
Tarawa is tho only island that is bad.
Do, you then sitllo upon your day for righting
matters there, for you havo ships. And when yon
have fixed upon a day for settling its matters, do
yon como to mo first, in order that I may prepare
my men lo accompiuy you.
(Signed) Till Bixoka, King of Apemama,
Kuria, Maiana, Arenuka, and Na Nouto Islands.
FnoH the High Cuicfs or the Island or Tarawa.
Taeawa, Feb. 13th, 183.1
To His Majesty Kalakaua, King of the Hawaiian
Islands, licgards to you, Yoar Majesty.
We havo learned this day Your Majesty's mind,
and wo wish to join together with one mind in
Ibis work, that wo may live and bo in peaco with'
each other. Wo wish to express to Your Majesty
our deep aloha for the kindness you havo done
cs, and wo send yon oar never ending love.
(Signed) TnicLU. tho Chief.
Tebiakit, tho Chief.
Faoit NauIkatokii, Kino or Bctaihtaei ( Makins)
Makr-o, Feb. 22, 1881.
To our Great and GooJ Friond King Kalakaua,
of the Hawaiian Islands, Greeting:
At tho present timo I inform you, with sorrow,
that KingNanteito departed this life ontho 13th
of February, at the hoar of 3 o'clock in the
morning, while he was away atone of tho provinces
of his kingdom, consulting with his peoplo
at that place The God of Gods camo while he
was there and ended his work inthi3 world, to
rest in the other world.
I wish to inform you, with great respect, that
he has left what he had not finished for ma to do;
and that I placofnll confidence and regard in
your aloha, and help towards me, the sameas yon
gave to my predecessor now dead, so that the love
that binds our people together may be perpetual.
I further ask you. with deep respect, to listen:
J)ur heir to the throne is Nan Tiata, who is 15
years old. Ho is granted permission to go to
your capital city of Honolulu to study and receive
education in tho English and Hawaiian: and anv
language and especially to study military and
And wo wish, furthermore, to make known lo
you that wc depend uton your kingdom to make
known to us tho expense and cost of this education.
And we assure you that the friendly consultation
that has been carried on by my predecessor
with Your Majesty's Commissioner 13 confirmed
by,-us with "Wo.
King of Makins.
Nas Tiata. Prince and Heir ApparcnL
Among the many beautiful presents for the
coming holidays noticed last week at the
jewelry store of Mr. Thomas Lindsay, Nuuann
street an elegant Sandalwood cane, adorned with
a solid gold head, inscribed, "Presented to G. II.
D. by If H. T, Xmaj. 1S8 1," designed as a Christmas
gift to a well known genllonun oa Kauai.
The mounting and engrossing on the ctno reflects
credit on Mr. Lindsay as a workman, and the
present will, no doubt, bo highly prized by the
worthy recipient The cane was sent to tho Garden
Island by the Jam Hair on Tuesday.
Thofijs Alia of Dec l.V.h, has a wonderful
story of the sacking of Honolulu by pirates. It is
most circumstantial in detail,, shows a thorough
knowledge of the interior economy of the P. C. A.
nltlfift tttttl sFrnat miikIi 1Ka !. TV. l"a "!..
neL Tho "hoax" ia a good one nnd was apparently
published in good faith by tho Alia. The
wflfttn tliinn .tn.u.4 m.. .,. !.,. .... . . .
hsln thtk fli'nui ii man! 1. a Yi. n..4 e i i I .J
military scheme; in fact it is the army bill once
more coming to the fore
Our Hilo Letter. '
Editos Gazette: From rarion aims it ia vm.
erally supposed that tho American Eagle in Hilo
has been moulting and is now sprouting sams new
tail f ealheis. Various displays of new bunting and
more or less of spread eagle seem to warrant tho
supposition. 2' is presumed it will soon be full
A number Of Hiloitea visited thn sehnoner .1 n
on the evening of tho 16th, at captain McCulloch'a
invitation. Tint day had been hot and the cold
breeze and bright starlight on the water was very
delightful. Af Ur the party had been aboard for
Bometimetheyvere startled by several shots close
tothovesseL The excitement subsided however
on learning that it was only the U. S. Consulate
was coming award in a aoubio oared barge
and who was honoring tho occasion by firing a
salute with a Henry rifle. As it was dark the sides
of the vessel were not manned though a number of
ladies gazed enraptured, or something else, ovcr
The evening passed pleasantly to all on board
and shortly after a little lunch tho guests came
ashore much Indebted to Capt and Mrs. McCulloch
for a delightful time. It is understood one of the
Government officials, who graced tho occasion,
partook too freely of the lobster salad, etc, and
was indisposed the next day.
The Emma Claudina was to have sailed Wednesday
p. m. the 17th. The attempt was made but tho
breeze failed her and it was not until tho lSlh that
she fairly got out of sight of land. Capt. Matson
lakes a number of passengers this trip, among
them Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Austin, Ephie and Hattie
Austin and Mr. A.'Sunter.
The -tuna sailed on thelSth, going out of the
harbor in fine style. She goes to Kahului there to
discharge the remainder of her freight
Tuesday morning a reddish dust cloud was
noticed sweeping around tho base of Mauna Kca.
The old kamaalnas predicted a Kona within twenty
four hours. But the wind did not veer around
for enough to sweep down upon us here, sheltered
as we are under the spur of Manna Loa. t
Though clouds havo been scudding northward
for a day or so tho wind has not yet disturbed our
banana trees and canes.
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt has been holding a
number of tempcranco meeting in the churches
here A Christian Woman's Tempcranco Union,
organized and working, is one of tho results of her
visit here. Truly do we need active temperance
work among us.
There seems to be a regular systematized illicit
sale of liquor in our midst, largely in the hands of
tho Chinese and Portuguese, but which the hand
of the 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
tho Government provo more active in this regard ?
Has tho accord official ayetcin anything to do with
this growing state of affairs?
Tho Kinau't late arrival stirred onr people up betimes
Friday morning. They weio glad enough to
seo her come steaming along, and waloomed her
with " Better late than never." AH serene.
Hilo, Dec. 153 1. Auooo.
riiHi; uJ)ej:sig'KI), ukg to
X give notice that they have formed a
ai Koanoula, Knla, Island or Mani, for tho pnrposc of
and on a grncr.il .Mercantile
huslness.to be styled tho "KOAUOL'LfJ UAXUII Co."
. . AI1I.O.
hoauouln, hula, ilaul. Dec. Ii,lssi. nil 3t
COR. MILLEU AND IlEKETAMA STS.
Office Ilunr from t to 9 1 in 6. r -it Office Vox X XX
?E0nlt;r8 may tje toft at Tjiitb on S.alIe."Stt
pETtn bAXE Jb &ox (Uomer polfe time) are brcctlrra
ntl liaiportcrt of e ebt vae.ety or TiionoLcnciitD domestic
lire ptoct. Wc Ware nude this onr sole
for the pist re a na; havo imported 1S3
carload from the Em tern and Middle States to California.
(Home Office, Lick llouec, San Francltco.) Wc
are alio dealers In ciiude asimali, especially sheep
and milch cows. Wc always fell- at very reasonable
prices and on convenient term.
lly the "Clann yprcclcclfl,' ml fed nine head of
" HoItcIn," Short jIorD," "Jersey and "Ayrshire,"
breed in cattle, and within two weeks several crates
of breeding I'erVshlre piga and hogs. Wo expect to
remain here twoorthrce months or more for health
and "climate '"In the meantime will receive orders
Torany breed family or f train, of wood erekdis do
mettle animals. SATisrAcrios Gcaiuxteed. Office
with It. W. Eaine, Esq,, Jfo, 31 Fort btrcet, Honolulu.
(tow lm) 1'etek Saxe X Homer 1'olk Sate.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
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and tho public generally, that he has opened a
Depot at No. 77 King St.,
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oi tlic Will of licrnice l'anahl iUshop, late of
Honolnln, Island of Oahn, deceased. All iiersons
havinsr. any claims against said estate, itlicthcr eecnretl
by mortirac or otherwise, most present the same duly
authenticated, and with vouchers if any exist,
to the nndcreigncd within six months fmui this date
or they will be forcrcr barred. AD persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate parmrnt.
CIIAS. IL lllSlIOF.
Honolulu, December il. 18HI. llE) 1m
P osti:i:n, iitoi;i:Aji.MKs. n.vii:u
iXc, Expcuition.iy Kxccmcuai i.ie uazette uuice
J. W. HINGLEY. CEO. WOOD.
I. W. HINGIiEY 86 CO.,
IHIISTK H.A.VA.3STA. !
IsfroitTEIiS XXD DEALERS IS
Smoking Sc Chewing Tobacco
Extra IJiiiUity Hnv.11111, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Manila, Sumatra, ami
Dutch JLuaf Tobacco For Sale.
Cigars made to order from any Desired Leaf Tobacco.
oe Order? from oil.i r nilkltcd and will retrlre prompt ailcnll'n. "tt
lfttj In Campbell rirfjiruor ISIock. S. yj Jort btrcet aud 78 Hotel street. Itonolulu. II. I. tfu
G. J. WAXiLERi
TO THE FRONT !
A UKEAT EOOS
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, PORK, & FISH
KEPT FOR I HATS AFTER OEINU KILLED. i
BY BELL-COLEMAN'S PATENT DRY
Guaranteed to k'eep alter delivery than FRESH
KILLED MEATS. To be had in a.y of
MR. WALLER'S MARKETS.
'On Kin: Street. Meat for (art all day.
On .XnTMntt Street.
Hotel Street Markat, !
On Hotel .reel
Eureka Market. j
At the Fish Market. j
Hawaiian Market, ;
On Maunakso Street.
On Meek Street. Decf and Fork
Olr Thankm; the pabllc f. past Lm 1 solicit a
continuance of the same,
i.wi rKSM.NM'tcnost tiik
Followinn Goods Just Received
Black French Merinos,
Ladies'and Cent's Umbrellas.
Linen Sheeting. Flue Silks.
Ladlo' and Cent's Hosiery.
Embroidmd Cloth Table Covers
Ladies' & Gent's Underwear,
Woolen &.,Cotton Shirts,
I.AIItJi: A.S.MI nUTIII'l
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool Dress Hoods,
Ladles Hat., trimmed and untrimmed:
Edgings and Insertions,
a mm: i.or or
New Designed Prints,
Ard a Grert Vaiicty of both
Ruiflisli and American Goods
too MJiKitoL.s t jii:.rio..
so. inn k co
Ofi'or IFox Salo
Ex Eecent Arrivals-:
rilscncr llecr. In qua A pU ;
Superior Ularttv as Chateau,
La tour, Lalttte. Motloc.
o nivr i.v s- iv is ss
Of Clu4. Farre, Carte HUnche, L I.run I'rcres
Jfc Co., Carte d'Or.
licet hchlcdaoi Gin, In totic and )? ;
II randies of all kinds,
Superior Tort and Sherry,
Malaga Wine, Madeira, -
Curasao, Orange Bltlcre,
Crcmc de .Valines, Crcmv Uu Cacao,
U( I, 2, 3 And 5 Oallous;
AIoDcst l'ortland Cement, of Steliman & LiufBiau.
l'atent Steel lUro wire, at greatly reduced
prices, Sacsr, itice and I'addy Baas. I'ianiM of
Different Makers. B" FOI: SALE 1IY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
1031 (1UEEN STIIBBT.
Election of Officers.
ATA OK TIIK
of tlie IIALAVA SUOAII COJIl'ASY.
held at tho office of C. Itrewer & Co.. this day, the
follonlnr officers were elected, to All the vacancies
cansiYl hy the death of 3Ir. Henry iUy:
Mr. John II. I'atyas Presided
Mr.Thos. IL 1'ostcras Director
J. O. CAISTEI1,
Sre'y. llaluvra Sugar Co.
Honolulu. XoTcmberSth, ItSL Irl lm
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company JbIteserTc..nclchsnurk(,(HlVifl
" their Companies " 10I,as0.tM)
Total.. ..lEcicbsnurk lo7.ri.(UJ
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company & Rescrre. .ReicbmarkH,alo,U
their He-Insurance Companies " .T5,uii,W0
Total . Ilcichinark H,S10,O
JL of tbc a bote three companies for tHe Hawaiian
aro prrpad to 1 run re UaHdingi. Foroiinre,
Merchandise and rroducc Machinery, Jtc, also Sngir
And Illcc 31 11 U, and vela In tho harbor, against lo
or damage br fire .on the moat favorable term.
7J0 fir II. UAUKFLD & CO.
ilver! Silver! Silver!
SILVER GIFT SALE !
Com Tn eaaolTis
SatiiFday, Novemjber 29, 1884,
at a. ar. :f,is:h::e3:e.,s
$5,000 WORTH OF SILVER PRESENTS
Will be GIVEN AWAY during this Sale !
Butter Knives. Butter Dishes, Castors.
Etc., to Every Customer Purchasingr 82.50 Worth of Goods.
TO"STS, TO-2-, TOYS,
$2,500-WORTH OF TOYS-$2,500
And Xmas Presents will be given away during this Sale to ,
Customers buying SI worth or more.
Don't Buy Toys for Christmas, but call at
CHAS. j. FISHEL'S
ti Corner Tort and Hotel Streets.
By 1.YONS IXVEY,
HE OF TIE Mil!
' ! I iA.INTP
By Infraction. cMelved lrom HESSttS GEO W
MAITAKLAK Co, will aoM an Evening
Sale at tar 9m ji Ainu, ffasen Street.
0n:Wediiesday, Dec. 24th
At ? o'clock, a smt KkRant llae of
Jut barfed. coatttlf of
- - Vases,
ASO A LAltOE V.1HIETT OF
LYONS A LEVKY.
Regular Cash Sale
On Saturday, Dec. 27
ai l . m. a. ltjotn, will b wM at aBtUon,
Ass't. of Merchandise
One Family FhtBton !
LYONS LEVEY. Auctioneers.
Dressed Turkeys for
Xmas, on Ice!
V1U ltcceive l'er STMIl ALAMEDA, on ICE
.A "null f I'hoko
TURKEYS Already DRESSED
XHT Order -....mill t lr fial oner, a- only a ..Tnlled
aunpljmll he on liaml. Wc have aio n hand and to
arrirr. a larjre and varied awortment of
And ClimsTMAK tiOODS. ! Cranberries.
ut nf .ill kinds, land.. Bon-Iton. Christmas Tree
Ornaments, Kir . ALSO, rre.li Stir
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Cheese
lOWu Etc.. Klc.. Hie.
Just Arrived !
par "lukt r Abcrtorn'form Lira pool,
J.3SnO 3TOH. 3AIiE !
ONE MILE OF
Light Portable Railway Kails,
10 Itxs. per jartf; aud 2Ulacti jcanffv with
AND 10 LIGHT SUGAR CANE WAGONS
I'OIl 'i'lXIil HAMM.
Itallnay Is snita.l. for Animal Power.
ALSO FOR SAI.K
.Str.iiirlit Stcci Kails, 11 Hi", to the jartl
Kor the workins of Messr. John Fowler X Co. railway
and loenmatlves, lh nodes t lined rssc t safer ttt
i. !. Sprcelels, I.. of Spreekelaiilla. where a tin 1;
now In fulloveratlon.
For f nrtherparttcalars, apply to
W. L. CI KEEN, or
O. V. MAGFAHLANE A Co..
.la Fowler A Co
Attornoy and Counsellor at Law.
CSpeclal attention paid to the neioileiton of LoanO
1 H natters appertaining to Heal V
Notary Fablla and Commlaaloncr of Deed
r or the states or California and Xew York.
raroaVr, No is Merchant St.. iloaolate. II. I.
Real Estate For Sale!
&V TIIK CMBK81(M5KLOffBIil tUK
XX ORLvfItWlTH HUlLUlNfi
Then:on. ittoala at LGLBO. 110SOLCLV, III
oX JAMES KH.VC,
fiVftu. I-I feet !nnUgr on Hl atntt,A4lll
icei in inf. rear ana .a iei in uwaafni iate en
the said lot on DwelUaMHboo. vf net, emtMalauc
Ave niomn. ktlcbon Miidmfnahroii. Tm llee laM
wl tinier, and le now leaned for IM jt wisun, rtal
parable iaoatbiyanI In adranco. !W Lot m tatweU
on lc IH day of HiiemVert X. ft tfce term of
five jcn, and Iht aid lion- ami Lot will awM
U anld Istnred for $f,UM, the pollejr
June th. 1AC.
LOT o, J-U 11 fact la leasthaad Xfert In
dtAaaahuoai Ha ftwr
rooma aWrre and one rooM hlW, and t aabiaa to a
rest of $ per month, and Ima no leave. The Moowe ta
In good repair, and bat three jeara old. and l9$s9i
feet, and coaUlainjc Tear rovan.
iDwrcd for 5W, the poller aplrins Jm3B(Ii, IWft.
I.or So. 3-It a a one-story If oaae on tbe nam,
3x3ll ttrt, and paid Lot I 117 feat Is Icmrth and feat
la dfDth.aablect to a moathlr rentaf MB. Intared
L for ", the poiky exphlfic 4 ana 3Mb, 1.
1AT X I -If a Uo9e, VtxJU feet. Tbe
In depth and A feet la wMlh. and b
not rented. Insured tor $?, the policy explrtna; Jane
THUSK LOTH ,illi: ri.n K.ilcalrablepremieM
and there are two roadtfajri to theaame from King St
They will bo told separately or tnawnola feor Lota
W tojcUer. Maid Iota are wH fenced each lot), and
the title of the nnr t fee simple.
1ST IOU VX ItTlfKR I.ironJtATIOX for
ptaai or the Lota, apply to the nadertixBod. where a
plan of the aaid Lota can be een, and farther Information
cane had. at at offlce, over Olthop A Co.'a Bank.
W. C. PARKE.
lffcnolaf. brcembet M. 141.
Administrators Notice of
'Sale of Eeal Estate.
ualor of Ike Batata of Willlan Ifodxe. tale at
Wsinllu. I.Und of Kanal. deceased, baa been licensed
by an order from tbe lIoaoraMe Jaee'j Ilardr. Jodze
llh Jadlclal t'lrcalt, to sell br Pablle Aactlon, all and
sUI the Ileal sute aid ilalldlaes tihkb behnzed
WaaVd decedent at Walallu afareMKl; UK dewrlplloo
drw&kb la eonUlBed lo a sxrulii deed from SibhI N.
Cale aad Joseph D. AtkertM ssmI 8. N. Castle
or tbe Will of Jwph II. MorM to said WUHaa
Hodge, dated Fenraarj JIsl. A. D. IStTi, and recorded In
,tbe olSce of tba Registrar of Goaeeeance. la HoaoJahi,
in Dook U. and on pasea XI and fin; alee) be a scrTcr
or 8. I'. Kalama. dated aeptenber tub. A II. IW.
sbowinz tbat tbe propertr W..nded aW bf Keaka'a
Und: 9. br tbe llaena Ibsad; E. by the Kotteblbl land,
and W. by the tValnlna Ulrer and eontalnlo; an area of
(S Loll or S acres (more or lew). There Is on the land
one zood dwelling Ifoosa aad tw olBOnsef.
Tbe abore described property la a very destiable one.
cither as a Homestead or a an Inrestmeot, tbers beta"
sereral t'hlnese eoapaales deslroas of leasing; the
land for rlee caHnre.
I shall also sell On Share ia lb. Walnlha Hal.
Tbe sale trill take place OX JAXL'ART 1st. im at
Ibe Court Ilonse, Ilasald, Xaaal, at the hoar of U
- Terns sUlctly cash iEtaxdlatery afUr the aale;
deeds at the expense or parefcas.
Klalnla. Ilanakl. December ad. WH. tun at
Jubeen apDoIated AdnUnutrstors of lhesut of
1. t. Ctbnlla, late of Kaneobe. deceased, or order of
lion. A. r. Jndd. dated the tUll day of Sorenber, 1SU,
hereby notify all persons htttni claims axalost said
eetlle. to present lb; oi with Ibe roncbarf daly
irllbla six amnlhs (rem the date hereof, at tbo
cEC of W. O. Castle, In llonohiri, or they will be
roreeer barred. Fertrns owlnj said esut. arerennested
to make Homedtate payment at the said ofSce, when
daa receipts .III be alien, or actum writ be brosiht to
recorer f ech dnes.
Dated Ilonolala. Dec. .1. IM
iy It. CASTIX.
UO t Admimstratsrs of the Estate of i. W. XsballL
dose ai tha Gitetto USce.
On Monday, December 9
AtE o'clockixxrn, it n. Jfl8WlttA3rs
Paddock, near tke corner of
Punchbowl and Bcrotania Streets -
I sritt aeM at rnMte AkUoh.
20 HEAD OF HORSES
FILLIES. MARES and COLTS'.
From the Knaloa Banch
Mostly lhe -et f
"Lunalilo," "Boswell" and "Trrompii
Ontof wetVfcred turn. Tit. win b,a mxt
opportanMr to obtain
i Island Bred" Stock.
H P. ABtSl, ASMr.
By order of CommJrsIonen of Crown Laods. 1 til)
Offer at Pah He Aacthm, en
Monday, January 19 th
Ai t o'cJotk noon at my Salesrooms, on queen
The Lease for a terra of 30 year, at Hie PsKmh.; Lot,
u ,.i,v, ii.iy.1i, yi na an me
Buildings and Improvements Thereon, t
'"'t.MrU St?.'!"' 'Jifi."." 1 "TO
lIMm, Jf-WU sere, from Jaaoarr a. ws.
3tr2!;;!.j!l.rHhw " wenpied by n
rota. SfbHIl raam J.n 1 flMTA
Porter, S6.HU acr. from Sanitary I, IWS.
I-Ut Jtsa , In fihheoM. HHo, wnr oeenmfl by 1
ltelobarL05.HJU.sr?, fern Janoarr I !M
" R"a" ""'atre
in ltlla. now eeenpied hr C Kaiira. I UtUtacre
frara January I. two.
'T- 5". occttplarU ..y J D from Asm
-L In Iliks, formerly lo o Pinkaaai. from
hi Itlfts, now leased to Saiproan & BleUrt.
from Jnrj 1, HWo.
In ILUja. foTmrri, ,,.,.a . ,,, Mnntt, frera
""I? fw Twy TiW wttli all U
wtH)n. npon mcH nf
RteU am ay4W aMnnaiMy
Pjnm net tkt
tVTm Vm hialLu uAt.t. i atr
--- " u
E. 1. AOMX Asserr
1 as. lutnclasl ts sell at PMl Airatfcm. on
Monday, January 19th
MsB. at 1 o'altfc nows. M my aalaswunn. tax
Uttomiw lo ta. Brta.ol IHaMr Hoytl
llitkaaw LELB101IOKI u
TaoAhapaaaat 3IOK.I.MOA h. Nurth Koaa, Hawaii
Kaleana No V, I
Th. AhetWM al lIU.Itlli.tllAI) IUI lit Sotth
Ron. liaaaU, Ncr.. uyal Paten' W
TBaAhapaaaaf IIUOHi:.YA ami ,1. Vtllt'Lt' a
torlh Kaaa, Hawaii Kuiiana '... fm.
Tho Aaapswa ol IIKAI.I.1 m S.,tlh Kona. Hawaii
Kalaaaa To. n
TVKnleaaaof Ktlil'U -Mi. s.inli Kia. Hawaii
aMIsm: K.yjl r.l lit)
Tb. Kalaaw of UMIIUIKI in Sulb Kona
l(amH,3?.tMK: RuyiI Patent H
The Kareaaa ol l...tHI.iUIUl a North Kona.
Hawaii, m acrwi ltoyal r.i. a' 11 m.
The Kafcnuut of IIU.XIJAL'L. m Vutth Koaa. Ua-wall,
-.; Kojr.l Tat.. i' DM.
Tbo KakMM f IIO.HIWL'I.A. N.rr.u Kaaa.
Royal l'atent UK
Tb. Ahaaau of FUX.l la 1'od.i Hawaii. Kaleana
Th. Ablpaaa of KA.VL.A la llaoiakaa. lUwall. JBS
atreo; Kaleana No. W7I
Thalllaloaof VAV in the Vbnpiua .f Puluhs, Kola
A HoapeUt n.lKAIIO.tt; Kailoa. Haw hi
A IloaM La l'.Vf Ifl.v in Kullim (abu
TaeAh.pasef l'.ti:(lll. Lahtino Uo I spams
Moy.l Pjlrnl rsn
ApMi 1 :; i' ''
pa.i r, H rods
tJtrF farther aartlcalara :. '. J. CART
IU 1. AMAILwcAssa'Ir.
llsntlirAa.AHcai.bM nth. MM,
Freeth & Peacock
No. 23 Nuuanu Street,
HONOLULU. H. I.
Wine & Spirit
Offer for Sale at the
Lowest Market Rates
George Goulet Champagne, in pis. and r,lj.
Chas. Farre Champagne. In pts. and ts.
Carlton Frere Champagne, in pts. and .'la.
Fine Old Cat Brandy in Bulk,
Pure Virginia While Rye Whiikay,
Budwciser Lager Beer, pis. & qls.
A tar-e aad Well MeiKtad Stoet of
Alwaj on bind tBdUit blf tt pxlcelhAtiUtT
CeoBtxy order toHeHctf.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
f. 'A JSOX 9f 7.
- - UEDinti, ,7
BAGGAGE EXPRESS AND DMTMAX,
ornoe no. si khq sTaarr.
3Ir. OKfurcitiprtH Attend " th ttrti1
Btciuacr uio us cutct7 irrtufcen
rrciy aefcrtpuon i tuesaeu ia
-i ixiiwiso? rawf.