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UOXOLVLV. FEBBVAUY IS, ISO. v
Batlnee ilnce list WTitlnc has continued on the
even tenet of it war. a deeper of dnllnces ner
hip betns noticeable dnnnc a portion of the week
part, on account of the partaken of by
the Celwtlal portion of the ccmmnnltj and which
the marts of trade hat a effect
on local bnilncrt The nntatltfactonr condition In
which the financial qncrtlon ti allowed to remain, the
AdnunUtratlon now reemrncdetenBlnedlotrrwho
ha, the Ion si breath." it cr the merchants. In rerd
to the cold paymenu. caster a paucity In bminnt
which It nott hurtful at this of the
Tear. The ostlook at present writln: for bulne people
If cloonT and the dond ta apt to remain while the
thadowotlbe dltt itedinbitanceli In eiittence.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
' x Arrired.
Feb. 12 Am bktnVAmella, Xcirhall, from Port Town.
Feb.lt Am br;tne.Clan! Sprvckcle, Drew, from Sin
1'cb. Zealandla Webber, from Colonies
j ' Sailed.
Feb. 11 French eerrctte Kerznclen, Foamier, for
Feb. ana Helen, Uarl.er.for
f ITS. the Arctic
Feb. 12 Am echr Jforway, Fant, for an Francisco
Fib. li McanuMp Zealandla, Webber, for San Fran-
... ,.., ,- ' Venaaln in Port.
Am bk Abble Carrer, rc&dIton
Am bk lleeper.Itjdrr
Am bktneKosalind, LeRalliftcr
Am bk Forest Qoeen. Nellson
tier bk Xctcor, Classen
Am bstne Clanl Spreekels. l)rcn
Am bklne Amelia, Kewhall .
Iteport of the PMSS Zcalandia from the Colonies,
Webber, Commander. balled from fcrdnrr Jan 30th,
alSUSpm; eallcdrroTa Auckland Feb Sd, at 7 p m;
rrosed the Eonstor Feb 10th, at 9 p m ; and arrived at
Honolola Feb 1 iX p m. UtA fine w calber with
Ixstit head breezes the entire passage.
From the Colonlca.pcr Zea!andia,Fcb t3Ca Honor,,
patent medicines, potatoes, seeds, muskets, etc.
Far Aaa Francisco, ; ' Mariposa, Feb 1! Cargo of
nar,'nce;banaaaa, betel leaiet, hides, , specie, etc
forrlcnale,JI. domctUc value, J.'fJ,'ji.i.
FcrJJIanl ."and 'Hawaii, per Wo Hall. M
Horton. F S Whllchousc, Ml,. Hall. A T Smith, C c
Hardlnc. U Rownrj, MIsiTt Lewis, OT Crl-stock, K
W" Commit);.. A II hmlth, Uoodwln, 3 3 Do-In;.
11 K l'odmore. Jlra Tho, Lack, V II Ilarselden, It
U Washburn and wife. Miss SI A ITcseott.
From Kahnlnl. icr Llkellke. Feb II W II Control n.
w ife and 2 children, IIC fheldon. H 1' Ilobblns. V C
Junes, Jr and wile. O P Wilder, Prof Aralz, Sirs II
Vornwell. II I" Ualdwln.C SI White, I. AThnrtton. J
William.. A Enos, C F Gaidoer. Capt J Johnon T E
Evans, SI ltooner, and 1 prisoner.
From Hawaii 'and Slant, per KInan. It
SlacVenale. A H Mnlth. 3 C Kirk tod. SI Kancakaa,
C klnrf ler.M C Ross. ASI Bpronll, SlinlIoozhUIIinr:,
JIIm B Tajlor, JIIm Kipela. O bandennm. Sirs Fred
From Kauai, per Planter. Feb 15 Hun S It Dole. Sirs
AMlartellcalldrenandnnc 3 K Mnlth. Sirs L
Titcomb.iaad child. SI E Kopke and child, s Aokai.
Car Sejjjers, M asters Waterhonse (2).
For tjlnFranclsco, tier Maripoia, Feb W o
KmlUi.vife and: children, Ur U W Llchtenthaler. C
Hathaway. A MIonMan, wife and child, IIS Flood. II
J Italnh, Sirs EX Cooke and 4 children, Sllsa S Leis.
A MTescbemaclier. F de Miller. II Whltlell and wife.
A Lavrry. Capt II W Aldrlch. C Brown, .Mies C I'rera,
T C Challoner, PJilelnerny, J J Ellin-ham, F l;per,
J II Slnrray. II lanff, II Thompson. A 1) Conrtney and
wife. WO Farrell,Slr Perry, wlfcand child, A Lolls
From the Colonies, tier Zealandla. Feb 1 5-E Howard
J 3 Sail, Sir Fllpson. It lUmsay W T l'ealhane. A
It Grieve and !'J in transit for ban Francisco.
From Lahaina, per Settle Slerrtll Feb 11-11 Is Ea J
X KapcnajWlf e and danghtcr.
For Mant'per LUellke. Feb Kapu. A bpronll,
W C Wilder, It 1-wilder. Capt C Seeberr;. .Mrs II F
Ilebhird, Sit; E Fmltli, P M Kooney, 3 XcCrosron.
In toUjJt.rFebniarjltlh,J8S3.tothew!fe of iCi:.
Honololo, February Tin, lf5. Hrv.
Uixok, a rallre of llolden, XassM V. r1.
A agedjta years, 11 months and 22 days.
liOODALE At Adrian. Sllchlcan, on January 10th,
1S&, 1). II. Ooonaix, aged 71 years.
Ieccascd wae?thc father of Sirs. C. F. Wolfe and
uncle of Sirs. J iS Carter of this city and was formerly
a resident of Koloa, Kauai.
rrTho Bccinnlnc or tho End.
Tho Chamber of Commerce of this city having
entered into nn agreement with the Government
with resartj to the receipt of Government
and ihe terms of the ORreement having been
receded from by the Administration, the Chamber
of Commerco exposes the Vunim fiHr by tbe following
H7,riTi, This Chamber, by resolution, did
acrw, on the 2)th daj of November last, to receive
tho certificates of deposit of tho Hawaiian
Treasury above ten dollars in value ns the
equivalent in value of U.S. cold coin after Dec.
1st last; r
Anl nlitnai. This action of the Chamber was
taken tor the purpose of facilitatinc the operation
of the Cnrrcncy Act passed by the Legisla
tureof 1881, and was based upon a statement of
xnoneyfiin it be. Hawaiian Treasury known as
cnecUl deposits, and held for the redemption of
the Mid certificates ot deposit, the statement
Certificates In circulation JI9.(ix
Gold coin orthc l.b J J,u
Sllxed silvercotns 3;i,ihj ti3,n
.trrfffclfTos, It now aiiears that the certificates
in circulation equal
and the deposits courltt of U. b.
Gold coin, 9u,l
Hanalian Silver Coin do ir,tl
Uncancelled certificates K.')
Certificates held a lip. c. of 2)..
bSkAcit.h, tHis Majesty's Government have
nut taken any steps to convert any Hawaiian silver
coins in the Treasury into U. . gold coin, but
have used a part .of the appropriation made by
the Ijegislatnre of 1861 for the purpose of def raying
tho cost of snch conversion Inn manner not
warranted by law, and have so increased the proportion
of silver to gold in the special deposits ns
to make the redemption of tho certificates in U. S.
cold as contemplated by the Currency Act of 18SJ
Ami trhtrtat, A committee of tho Chamber has
been authoriUtively informed that certificates of
deposit redeemed with U. B. pold coin, amountinc
to $75,000, have been re-issued forpilrer coin contrary
to the provisions of the Currency Act of
Ami irhamr, The Hawaiian Treasury has this
day refused to redeem the certificates of deposit
with U.S. gold coin;
Thirtfort It it Itcmlrttl, That this Chambtr
rescind the resolution of November :9th, 1881.
A Chance for the Hawalir.n Army.
,. The Chinese government have published in
scheme for smashing the French andns
on Inducemcxit to foreigners to enroll under the
banner of tho Dragon, the authorities of l'ang nnd
Canton; make tho following proclamation of rewards:
For killing a commander-in-chief, 13,000 nnd
official rank; for killing a seven-striped officer,
and rank; for killing a officer,
11,000 nnd rank; for killing a officer,
G75 and rank; for killing a French soldier or sailor.
$137; for capturing a first-class ironclad,
for capturing a second-class ironclad, $110,000;
for capturing a first-class gunboat, $55,000; for
oaptnnng a gunboat, $27,000; for capturing
a fihip'a boat, $137; if a vessel bo destroyed,
one half the above amounts will bo paid; if captured,
the property will belong to the persons capturing
it; for capturing the guns of the encmr
guns weighing more than 13,000 pounds, $1,000 and
rank, and proportionately for smaller guns; any
one devising a plan by which the French aro defeated
in a fight will receive $10,000.
Now hero is a really an excellent dunce let
Brigade Major Uavley and his braves at once
volunteer. With n little practico each bravo might
at least "pot" one French soldier or sailor a day.
Say they work a hundred days, that will bo $13,-700
per man, and then there aro tho chances of
.Ticking op a field officer or two, which would
crease the emoluments considerably. A chance of
rendering our army self supporting, of giving them
practice in the field and healthful exercise shoujd
not be thrown away. Besides, the opportunity to
obtain iossossion, without paying for tt, of material
for a navy, is an inducement that should bear
frnitin the thronging forth from amid the (dis;
orderly ranks of the troops, of scorcsof volunteers!
Time is money now, and the chances are fast going
and if sot soon seized upon will be gone 1
The Gazette's IIllo Letter
Editor Gazette t The Ktnma Claudtna got in
early Friday morning, the Cth, after a long passage
of twenty three days. Tho captain reported
touch adverse weather mot of the way down.
Mrs. K. K. Folsom came down on tho Emma
Vlii for a short visit and rest, among her
Iiilo friends. Captain Malson expects to go to
rapoikou the last of the week, there lo finish discharging
and begin loading with sugar for the op
trip, the Tessel is at present in the bay.
A fine looking trotter, a largo bay horse, is one
of tbe additions brought lately, and made to our
fancy fast stick here. " ....
Uremonitorj signs of the Chinese New loar
have already begun to crack and fizz about town,
bottles of brandy and sweetmeats begin to circulate
giftwise, fire crackers go off intermittently;
indicating what is to come; midnight squalhncs
and cracklings of poultry tell of active preparation
and depleted henroosts, and Mr. John Chinaman
hurries about with a genera! air of pressing
The weather has been fine of late. Bright sunny
days with brisk showers nights and mornings.
The rain fall is not yet np to the average, that
for last month being something less than 10.00
Hilo teb..I.ta. .
Th P. C. A. oxt Money.
Editdb Gazette .After the tremendous oppression
of sou, caused by Rlancing over last Saturday's
AJrrrturrs article on the financial dead
lock, had somewhat subsiaed, I thought of a little
A young lawyer with bis first case went to the
iory andpresented bis Bide of the a nse, for four
taortallhours! ,The jurymen yawned, the Judge
went toTsleepj ererylsody was tired out, when al
last be finished. " The attorney for tho other side,
a grey beaded old lawyer then arose glanced
around and said "Gentlemen of tho jury; the
learned counsel for the plaintiff has seen fit to
tmbniit this case without argument. I will follow
his cxamrle," and sat down.
F JlfterreadinB Hit aHirlt, the community
'will brohably sit down. It is just about as near a
hit as the Mlrxifg Gnidt of to-day, which informs
ns that the man who was run over by the hohals,
raflwsy (jorti100! run over by a rwiJimjr. I was
not run orer aRcraU. ......
Truly we may live and learn.
Honolulu, February 17th, 1855.
Emigrant and travelers will find la
an effcdnal cure for tLe eruptions, boils,
pimples, eczema, rtc, that break ont on the
effects of disorder in the blood caused by sea-diet
and Ufe on board shirt It is the best medi
cine for everyone in the spring.
S"l ZuMlytLsTof Hop Bitten will keep a whole
family in robast health a year with but little cost
See Supplement for latest Colonial News.
Tho Fre nch cunboat K,Vnr1t sailed for Yokohama
on the 11th inst.
A very brilliant jfterctow was noticeable on the
eveninc of the 13th inst.
Quite a number of cold fish iwe been found of
late in water cominr; from artesian wells.
, "e Uirk "lr w!" probably Rail this rooming
for ban Franasco canjinr; n full load of sugar.
"tix.lx l ma,le 1T machinery, it is clean,
makes the best poi, and is one of the most wholesome
articles of food known.
Oat, one of Honolulu's best known
residents, has been snfferiuR during tho past week
from n secondary stroke of paralysis.
.Ja?ay. J8"'' coU nioraincs! Some peoplo think
that the islands have drifted, which accounts for
the many shales off Maui nnd Kanai.
The Japanese seem to have arrived on a wrestling
tour on these Islands. Thcynre s lcng time
before they pet shipped off to their work.
Jiro Naknmura Esq, having presented the proper
credentials, has been officially announced as the
recognised consul for Japan at Honolulu.
Proceeedings toward placing the firm known as
the "Hawaiian Bazar-' inbankruptcy will be heard
this rooming in the Intermediary Court.
liesidents near the mile bridge on Nunann
complain that they were without water from
tho Keservoir, for 15 hours, last Monday.
His Majesty has granted letters of denization to
olncy Vaiilancourt Ashford Esq; the recipient is
a brother of Clarence W. Ashford Esq. of this city.
Tho Band gave an open air concert at the Hotel
grounds on the evening of the 13th inst. The
wind and rain prevailing caused n small attendance.
The skating rink is well patronized of evenings
and the exercise of skating is indulged in by young
and old with a zest that augurs thorough enjoyment.
A bcavy galo sprang op on Friday evening and
those within "four good walls" were mighty glad
to shut tbeir windows and enjoy tho lamplight
Haiti has been prevalent on the mountains for a
week past, and as a consequence the reservoirs are
full to overflowing. Tho restriction on irrigation
still exists however
Marchant states that the crowd in front of his
place of business is caused by tho great rush for
tlioso new Manila cigars just received by him from
Water has been shut off from various portious
of the city during the past week to permit of tho
cleaning out of the reservoirs and the removal of
the nccu tnulated mud.
I'rinccHi I.ikclike gladdened the hearts of a
number of the children who nttend Kawaiahao
Sunday School, by a picnic at ber WaiULi residence,
on the afternoon of 11th inst.
A strong breczo from the N. E. prevailed during
the early part of the night of the 13th inst., on the
morning of tho lith, its presence was shown, on
the plain?, by a number of blown down trees.
The thermometer scored CI" on tho morning of
Feb. Ill at tho residences of Ilev. A. I). Forbes on
Bcretania street and of Hon. H. M. Whitney on
King street, and & on the morning of the 17th
The 1'. M. H. S. City of Tulio will leavo rim
Francisco tor Yokaharaa about February HUh calling
at this rtcn routo about March Stu and
taking up Consul Irwin and family who will return
Captain W. II. Aldrich.of the "Honolulu rifles,"
went forward to San trancUco on tho steamer
Marijiona on the 14th inst. On his return ho will
probably bring in his charge tho new uniforms for
Captain Chas. H. Tierney late of tho brig
went forward by tho to San
Francisco. Ho will probably retnm here at an
early dato as the popular commander of ono of
tho passencer packets.
Mous. Jules Tavcrnier has been so indUpuscd
during tho past week that ho has not been able to
continue work on his promised masterpiece. Of
late he has improved sufficiently to allow the finishing
of somo sketches for Harper &. Brothers or
Captain Hose, late of the Itoyal yacht, has commissioned
H. M, S. Triumph at l'ortsmoulb, and
sho was to leave early this month to relieve tho
StciftMiT, flagship on the I'acific station. Captain
Hose was here before a few years ago, when he
Sujierintendent Wilson of tho waterworks makes
it his business to take two trips of inspection,
daily, especially with an eye to discover thoso who
transgress tbo irrigation privileges. Several prominent
citizens have of late received tho usual preliminary
United States gold could not even bo bought at
the Treasury this week. At the bank it could only
bo bought at 20 per cent premium. One person in
need of a small amount of gold succeeded in getting
it of a friend at ten per cent! And yet some
say silver is not in excess.
The anniversary of Washington's birth occurs
on the 22nd, inst., and is generally celebrated by
Americans in some way or other. As it falls on
Sunday this year, probably no special notjee will
bo tnlen of iC Will tho American Minister entertain
on Saturday or Monday.
On Friday a large number of Japanese under the
guidauco of native ciferoiit made tho tonr of tho
town, and inspected the principal pnblic buildings
nnd stores. After these distinguished strangers
have got through their sight seeing it may not be
inappropriate for them to go to work.
Sir. J. O. Carter's lively and clear statement of
the illegal course of the Ministry concerning tho
currency, puuiisnea m
careful attention. Tho statement is moderate
in tone, In fact it omits to mention several
Important breaches ox law raauo by tne aunmry.
The Zeatamtia although delayed in Sydney a
whole day behind her regular sailing time, arrived
in port here on schedule time, tho ISth inst. After
landing 100 cases preserved meats, 2UI sacks of
potatoes, 73 cases miscellaneous merchandise and
six passengers, the vessel sailed again, at S.30 p.m.
for San Francisco.
Col. "Jim" Williams, the well known and much
travelled photographer, has returned to town again
from a trip to Mitui, nnd brings with bim some
beautifnl pictures of island scenes, and views of
tbo crater of Haleakala. Mr. Henry Armitage,his
affablo assistant is prepared to open the views for
A nice pot of guava jelly homo manufacture, put
up by Mr. Jones of Maui, lias been left nt the
office. On sampling the article it was found to be
of superior quality and well flavored. Nothing
liko getting into new industries. Sir. Z. K. Myers
of the California Produce and Provision Company
is the agent.
Sir. and Sirs. W. O. Smith -and family left by
the Marijvea on Saturday last. They proceed to
tho Coast where Sir. Smith intends to stay for
several years. Mr. Smith will return hero by the
steamer due March i'-'J, and stay four weeks in
order to settle up his business, lie will then return
to the Coast for good.
"Coronation Day," ruoro properly "Accession"
Day, tho 12th inst. tho third anniversary of the
Coronation of their Majesties of Hawaii, was duly'
observed as a public holiday, tho schools, government
offices and somo of the business houses being
closed, flags displaced on the consular staffs
and a salute from tho battery at noon.
It is requested to say to ladies of all classes,
whether member of tho Society or not. to attend
the meetingoftuc Woman's Christian Tempt ranee
Union to-morrow (Thursday) at 2:30 P. SI. in tho
Y. SI. C. A. parlors. Tho ladies have several
schemes on foot, which they hope will commend
tbemselvcs to all who are interested in the temperance
As a part of tbo celebration of the New Year
!heroasa Cliineso procession through town the
participators in which consisted of n demon, a
cymbalist, gonglieatcr and tom-tom striker, and
a standard bearer. At various places a halt was
mado and a "demon dance" gone through with
much to the seeming pleasure of assembled
Tho celebration of tho Chineso New Year was
commenced in this city on tho afternoon of the
13th instand the air resounded with tho noisv cung.
cymbal. cracker and bomb, nt various
Intervals, until the morning of tho 17th. "Open
house" was not as general this year as last and
the hard times seemed to bare affected even the
Tho singlo scull champions of tho Honoluln Club
are resting on their oars and have been ever since
tho reception of tho last single scull. The boat is
wrapped up in cotton batting to protect the polish
and the owners feast their cyos once a week upon
tbe symmetrical proportions of the pretty shell.
The hopes that Uanlan might leave his laurels in
Honolulu are shaken,
The wooden building occupied by Dr. Brodie
as his office, formerly situated on Fort street, has
been removed to tho corner of Miller and
streets, on tbe lot belonging to the Slay
estate, and will there do service for the brothers
Brodie in orders for tho treatment of
man or beast. The removal of the house was
successfully accomplished tinder the -management
ot Mr a J. Hardee;
So the Government Adrertietr publishes an insinuation
that the Alert, a Government tug, supplied
by friends of the Government, smuggled
opium into Maui. By the way, why did not the
Captain of the Alert report that she was ashore at
Maui r Tbe Slarine ltailway will probably reveal
the damage done. Like the investigation regarding
tbe stranding of the ship El AmiV, this will
also never be published.
Another little mess with the Japanese. The
planters were at first notified that they would have
to pay lue passages ui mo wuuicu. uvuie muia
however having worded their letters most carefully
and it being clear that they only rxrand themselves
to pay tbe passages of tbe men, tbe Government
has had to retreat from its petition and pay tbe
passages nf the women itself. But why this constant
friction friction friction. Ncveranjthing
Professor Alexander AgassU, a gentleman and
scholar, who has been whiting a few pleasant
weeks on these islands, has signified his willingness
to comply with a request made by the Board
of Trustees of the Honolulu Library Association,
to deliver a lecture in aid of the funds of that institution
and the event will take place on (Thursday)
Feb. 2Ctb, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The
subject will be one ot interest to the public and
tho information gleaned will repay attendance.
An opportunity is now offered to persons desiring
to purchase a lot of land suitable for a homestead,
in tbe list of eleven lota which Mr. E. V.
Adams will sell, by order of Mr H. Macf arlane, on
tbe ffith of March. Intending purchasers have tbe
of now picking out one of the described
firivilege onset price without waiting till the auction
date, a priTillego which has already been
availed of by some who can appreciate a good offer.
Hans and prices at Mr. E. P. Adams' auction
The driver of hck No. 51, was arrested at midnight
of the 14th last, for overloadim;bi, express,
he having no less than six young native girls and
two native boyi crowded into bis wagon. The trur
poses for which ho had auch a crowd al such an
hour can well be surmisod. On being brought before
Jndgo Bickerton he was read a sound lecture.
Deputy Dayton for the prosecution not sparing his
denunciation of tho probable traffio in which the
defendant was engaged, and was exacted tho full
fine. Tho numbers on the lanterns of the defendant
s express are of the unintelligible character to
often mentioned and serve to aid in his escaping
identification by probable complainants.
A merry party of Chinese who wero celebrating
their holiday by playing a game ofj dominoes, last
Sunday, were pounced upon by the police and
charged with violatin.; the Sabhath. When arraigned
before Judge Bickerton he, rery sensibly,
took into consideration the mitigating circumstances
and inflicted a light fine.
The "Yosemile" skating rink, of which Mr.
Thomas Wall is the effiicient and gentlemanly
manager, was thronged last evening with members
of tho fair sex and their escorts, who indulged in
the pleasant pastime of roller skating. Tbe scene
presented was a Terr interesting one and the place
is well worthy a -visit by thoso who find time hanging
heavy on their hands.
At about 10:30 last evening tbo attention of police
officer No. 10 was attracted by the noise of
breaking glass. Searching" for the cause he
soon ascertained that the glass in two lanterns,
hanging outside of 'Dillingham A Co.'s had been
broken, the debris strewing tho sidewalk. The
supposition is that some rascal having a stick or
cane had committed the act and then made himself
scarce, no ont being found in the vicinity.
The "Honolulu Itifles" had an excellent drill
meeting last evening, the members of the company
being pat through a number of evolutions
and the celerity and excellence with which the
movements were accomplished showing that good
progress had been made in the manual and marching
exercises. A commendable esprit tin cvrj
pervades and when the boys get their new hnraesi
on they will niako a soldierly appearance.
On tbo 11th inst. a wrcstlinc tournament was
indulged in by the newly arrived Japanase im
migrants on tne grounds ot tno immigration depot
nnd witnessed by His Majesty and .1 large
and fashionable audience. The sports, besides
wrestlting, included fencing, boxing and feats of
agility and tho entertainment was much enjoyed
by those present. On the 12th inst, at the Palace
grounds a second scries of wrestling bouts was
given in the presence of His Majesty nnd a goodly
Sir. J. B. Van Buren, American at
Yokohama Japan, who is here for a short Beason
delivered a lecture at the Y. M. C. A. rooms on
tbo evening of tbe IGth inst, for the benefit ot the
Honolulu Library Association, The lecturer was
introduced on the occasion by Mr. M. M, Scott.
Tbe subject chosen was "Japan and tho Japanese"
and the speaker touched upon the climate, soil,
religion, government, education and characteristics
of tho nation, speaking for nearly nn hour
and three-quarters and holding tho interest of his
audienco from commencement to close. Tho sum
netted for the fund is in tho neighborhood of $C0.
Mr. Folsom came as passenger by tho Emma
Clamlina from ban Francisco.
'lho schooner Emma Claitliitat Wm. Matson
master, arrived at Hilo on Friday morning, Feb.
Gin, 23 days from San Francisco with a full freight
of general merchandize, including ono horse, two
cow nud four rnnlcs.
Tbe new topmast on tho flagstaff in tho Court
Houso grounds at Hilo, was put up on Tuesday,
Feb. 10th, nnd is a decided improvement npon the
broken shaft of tho past two months. Tho gilded
ball that surmounts tbo staff is ono hundred feet
from tho grouud.
public holiday occasioned by tho anniversary
celebration of "Accession" day, on the 12th
inst, afforded tho officers and members of the
Firo Department of Honolulu an opportunity to
romt themselves to the inspection of tbe pubic,
f in parade, and a turn out, which has been ex
celled in previons years, started at a few minutes
past 10 from tho Bell Tower, tap-i on tbe bell
signalling tho start.
Tbo day wa3 all that could lie desired for a fino
showing of men andnnrcfaincs and the entire routo
was traversed without an accident ocenring. Tbe
engines each drawn by four horses were prof uwly
decorated with garlands of flowers and ferns presented
a pretty appearance. Tho following was'
the order of procession.
Hawaiian Military Band. H. Berger, leader.
Chief Engineer John NotU
Asaistnnt Engineers, C. B. Wilson and J. SI. Mon
Secretary II. F. D., Henry Smith. Firo Marshal
SIcmbers of Hook and Ladder No. 1 as Pioneers.
Detachment of Firo Police under Capt. Hcrrick.
Steam Fire Engine Honolnla No. 1, 16 members.
Foreman Itobt. More, assistant S. M. Whitman.
Steam Fire Engino Mcchanio No. 2.' 23 members.
Foreman Frank Unstnco, assistant Chas. W.Clark,
ltcformatory School Band. Walter Hill leader.
Steam Fire Engino Hawaii No. 4. 3G members.
Foreman James H. Boyd, assistant A. Souza.
Pacifio Uoso Co. No. 1. 21 members.
Foreman A. H. Rascmann, assistant F. Harrison.
Hook & Ladder Co. Protection No. 1.
Steam Fire Engine China No. fi. 41 members.
Foreman Ah Phat, assistant Hong Sam.
Tbe procession after passing through, Fort,
Beretania, Nuuanu, Queen, Fort nnd King streets,
passed in the Palace yard where a halt was called
and Chief Engineer Nott being presented to His
Majesty, who bad come out to reviewthe procession,
made a short address, fitly responded to by
His Majesty. Tbo .order of march was again
taken up nnd tho procession passed out the
llichard street gate up Kicuaru, along Beretania
to Fort, Fort to School, School to Nunann,
to King, thennp Fort street to Bell Tower,
where tho companies wero dismissed.
Tho popular expression of opinion regarding
the appearance of tbe various companies, the neat
trim nppearanco of tbo men (noticeably so those
of Pacific Uoto Co. No. 1 who aro all young men
and marched well) the care and taste displayed in
tho engino decorations, nnd the order observed in
tbo ranks daring tbo entire march reflected creditably
on all. Had n proper care been taken to
relative distances between each company, the procession
would have appeared to better advantage
and the crowding, which was apparent, been obviated.
After disbandment of the procession formation,
the various companies betook themselves to
their bouses and there themselves and
friend-i with things regarded for tho inner
man. Mechanic Engino Co. No. 2., Hawaii No. I,
Honolulu No. 1., entertained in tho afternoon and
Pacific Hose Co. No. 1. in the evening, and all
comers wero hospitably entertained. V
Tbo members of Pacific Hose Co No 1 had not
depended on their own efforts alone to beautify
the interior of their cost meetimz room, or
mentthe exterior of their bnilding, but for the one
they obtained the assistance of many fair friends,
who with their taper fingers twined and twisted
tbe flowers, ferns and vines, that decorated the
walls and ceiling, and for the other brought to
their aid an artist's brush nnd decorator's judgment
who left their handiwork on the outer walls.
By a vote of the company it had been decided
that tho "spread" should take piaco in the evening
nnd should be a model one in its way, everything
by programme, and li'iion srrVfy dtbarml.
In accord with.tbis plan, at 7.30 p.m. on the 12th
inst, the members with invited quests set down to
a heavily laden table of viands. Without waiting
for any preliminaries, tho first toast "His
Slajesty" was proposed, drank, in sparkling ginger
ale, and followed by the rousing chorus of
"He's a jolly good fellow." A recitation was then
given by J. Lycett, followed by a song by C. K.
Sillier the chorus to which was vocalized by the
company. At this juncture Chief Engineer Nott
arrived and his presence was greeted by there roas
ing cheers and complimentary remarks from Foreman
Itascmann, fitly responded to by tho pleased
chief. Foreman Uasemann then favored with tbe
pathetic balled of "Ella Ilea." Delegate J. Asche
gave a "short speech" which was followed by
Foreman ICasemanu proposing, as a toast. Officers
and members of Honolulu No 1; appropriately acknowledged,
aud responded toby Foreman Uobert
Slorc of that company. A song hy F. H. Harrison,
recitation of tho tragic story of "Sparticu" by
C K. Stiller, a solo by, W. T. Sloasarratt, song by
Walter Pomroy. Toast to Officers and members
of Mechanic No 2 responded to by F. Uustace who
courteously proposed the "Officers and members
of Pacific Hose Co Nol." A recitation by A.
McCarty preceded an onslaught npon the good
things provided. Another season of enjoyment in
declamation, vocslizations, ctu was then gone on
with, Messrs T. F. Kennedy, D.Lyons, E. Medau,
assisting. The newspaper press was not forgotten,
bcingduly toasted and responded to by Mr.lLScaife.
It was past midnight before the "spread" was
ended and tho boys nnd guests present ex'pressed
tuemacivcsasniciiiypica&eu ana well satisnea at
tho success of their new departure a "spread'
tans nrueni liquor.
Hawaiian Silver, ,
Emrun Gazette: In J. 31. U's communication
of the 11th inst. bo expresses sympathy for the retail
dealers of the Islands on account of tho vexatious
and ruinous straits iher are reduced to in
order to exchanco their silver receipts for cold or
ezchango wherewithal to pay for tlreir goods. He
has our thanks.
His proposition however fur wholesale dealers
tn raise their prices to enable'them to accept silver
in payment did not have his nsoal tbonghtf ul
consideration before being sent to you. Were be
a trader bo would know that the majority of goods
sold have a regular scale ot prices and for a retailer
to ask more would be to lose custom; consequently
it would be .wise for him to stand Ihe loss
in price and he woald find that tbo higher rates he
was paying would be even more than tbe premium
ho now pays to exchange bis silver for gold
or its eqivalent.
J. SI. H. hits tho nail ou tho bead when be says
it is a bad business for a Government to make
and circulate a legal tender money and then
it, still he will have noticed similar vacillations
in tbe policy (?1 of the present government
in many instances. He has merely noted
the quiver of the tottering of tbe government to
its rum, as predicted- when portfolios were tendered
to tbe present ministry.
J. SI. It. and I, and all who love Hawaii-nel,
like to see each man in the kingdom have his
rights, personal, property, and political, and of
course to see the people as a united whole, as a
government, have their whole rights.
How it rouses our ire to even hear of a representative
accepting bribes in any form for tbe
passing ox a law uiat wui uepirvo a single
of an iota of his rights or the people at
large of theirs.
In any instance where a party has overmatched
the government and it has suffered loss, the people's
rights have been infringed on and as the
people condemn a ministry whose vacillations
or truckling conduct has allowed it,
so it should be held responsible for tbe loss.
That tbe people lost 25 per cent of the $800,000
the cost cf the 1,000,000 fiaUkana dollars (which
came in duty free and was worked off on a great
measura on the laboring classes) is a fact no one
denies. That $1,000,000 Kalekaua dollars is more
than is wanted for chance. 10 only beinz legal
tender, all will admit. I propose that Mr.
o. whoever pocketed tho profit return it to the
Treasury, and that the Government, being thus
enabled to do so without much loss, dispose of all
bnt fOOUJJOOot the Kalakana dollars, which will be
found ample for change. By this means a great
wrong will be righted and one step will have been
taken to retard the fall of tbe Government.
Osz or thi Piorix.
Post Office Points.
Tho I'oslof&ce despatched tj'.he steamers
and Ztalandia, on &.tnrday and Sunday last,
a total of MU0 letters and 12(6 papers and parcels,
which represent the foreign correspondence posted
daring six days, or since the sailing of the City of
Tolia on the tub. Tbe balk, of tbe letters sent by
the Ztalandia on Sunday wera received on Saturday
by tbe Kina from Hawaii, too late to be forwarded
by the Mariwta, her mails having arrived
at the I'ostoffice after the closing of the ltatijxwa's
J mail. Had it not been for the fortunate arrival of
the Australian boat, these letters would have had
tj remain hen two weeks. Postmaster Whitney
slates, that the first batch of letters from the
Japanese to their countrymen at home,
were posted on Saturday, hy Consul Irwin J lbs
postage on their letters amounting to $15.00. Like
the Portuguese, they appear to bo given to letter
writing; which is a good trait.
A Fare, Well Affair.
i.iiic events in the local history of secret organizations
aro of nch a nature that the pnblic are
debarred from becoming cognizant ot their occurrence
although the occasion, being an accomplished
fact, and surrounded by considerable eclat and interest,
would bean aid 'and assistance in posting
the uninitiated In the benevolent or social character
of tho organization.
The death of George Fassott nlppod in the bud a
celebration, the events of which would most probably
have been' made public, r!:: the first annual
dinner of -Mystic Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias,
which was to have been held atahe Hotel on the
10th of January last A souvenir of tbo postponed
pleasures is, howeTer, preferred in the shape of the
following nnique and interesting bill of fare, prepared
for the expected "feast of reason and flow
of soul," by the committee of arrangements,
and its originahtT and completeness warrants
its publication, as followrc
bill or TAKE.
" Let ni all to meditation." Uery VI- rarti.
"Jfc'w rood dleeetion wait en appetite and health on
" Will please yon taste of what l here.1
'Yon are passing welcome, and so I pray yon all to
think yourselves." Taming o We Shrev.
arrc siL4ti. SALAKA KELE.
For 'tis of Aiplc'a toncue." OtAetlo.
" l hit have we here a njh!" Tempest.
Bnt hi nnt cookery! he cut ear roots Incnaractcrs.
LOasTEE SALAD- SAlAKA Cl-A.
" I warrant there'a TlneAr and pepper In It." TteeVIS
"For this, to-night be sure thoa shslt have cramp."
rOTATO SALAD- , SALAKA rALA.
" Let the skvralnpotalaes.'' JVrry IFirM e Wliuliar.
" My salad dsys. when I was green In judgment." A
tony and CUopatn.
IIAX ILAME XE KA TALAOA.
"To give latleUra fresh appetite." Otullo.
" Small cheer and great welcome make a merry feast."
Corned f of Errort.
no-SEU TCllKET. rELzntr nn ole-
Which we mar nominate trndsr " 7-or Tjthnr
"Here's a health lo all those who shot and missed."
Taming cf tie Shrew.
JtOAST CUtcKEX. xol BOKE.
"What! all my pretty chickens at one fell swoop-"
"Ami then the Justice, in fair round belly, with cood
capon Yo JJlf It.
BAKED UAX. RASE KALUA.
"I pray jot.. Is not the pi; great." T7JM Andnnletu.
"A man loves the meat in his youth, that he cannot
endure In his agt." JArcA .iIo About yolklnj.
COLD Tli!C(,m. ALTtA
' Here's a dlih 1 love not.
1 cannot endure my lauye tonjue." JmA Ado Jtoai
" Silence is only commendable In a neat's loncoe."
cotn t mPA aciKi ncinci.
"Poor lunocent Lamb." Macbeth
"What's thlsl mutton J" Taming of the Shreic.
"Indeed a sheep doth very often stray.
And If the shephcid he a while away." 77r Gentle-
men of Verona.
CAKES A CONfECTlOXS. XEA OXO O KELA XE KE1A ASO.
Any pretty little tiny kickshaws." Ucnrflr,rart 5.
"Doet thon think, because thou art virtuous, there
shall be no more cakes and ale!" TtcttlhXit ht.
" Torches are made to Uzht, jewels to wear.
Dainties to taste." Venus and Adonlt.
rnzsii rncrrs, .
"The ripest fruit Orst falls." fiichard 11.
"Wholesome berries thrives and ripen best
by frnlt of baser quality." i7rnry V.
XUTS AXD DKIE1J rECTTa. KtKTI AXE HUA Al XALOO.
"Fojr pounds of Prunes and as many of ratalnso'lhe
sun." Winters Tate.
"A deal of tklrable skambte lluX."MaMh.
torrEE AXD TEA. ROEE A XE KI.
" Happy for I am black." Othello.
"Advcrsltyrs snect milk, philosophy." fiomeo and
"ijoodulnolsaciod familiar creature, if It be well
"Itnnnntblnzbut Claret Wine." llenr) 1 1 rati 1.
" llayllsul and Champagne discovers not more. Come,
thon Slonarch of the Vine." Anthony and
"A cup of wine, that's brisk and Hue." lltnry IV.,
CLAEET rCSClI. KALALEKA XOXOXA,
" clood wine nirds no buah." .Is Fob Like It.
" dallants. lads, boys, hearts of gold, all the titles of
gcou. iruowsnip come to yoni what, snail we he
merry." Henry 1 Part 1.
XEWYOEKCLCnrCXCII. kclc nn jiu ioka.
" rill ine cup ami let it come, ni pied-e you a mile to
the bottom." Henry 1 1, J'art 2.
"Drlnkto thegenrra! Joy of the, whole table. " JdckM.
cla ins AXD ToarnncKS. kika iiexi xea oc xmn.
All my rona love tens I do blow lo hearen." Othello.
O, then ws forth weeds." Antony and Cteo.
'Iwll fetch you a toothplctrr now, from the farthest
point of Aria.' JtcA .Wo .I6o Sothina.
I nlllmakean end of my dinner, Jlerry Wlces of
Tho Irrepressible Wiggins.
I have now to announce that I have discovered
tbo periodic time of the great Saxeby gale of Oct,
7, 1609 the storm which almost annihilated the
forests of New England apd tbo Maritime Pro
vinces, ruining their timber interests. Thh period
I find to be 5,101 days, so that it will be here
on September 10, 1887, nnd will bo the greatest
storm that will take place before the year 1900.
Its greatest force will be on tho afternoon of September
20, when the forests on the eastern coasts
will in all probability go down before it. It will
bo accompanied by earthquakes, and these will
recur with great violence in tho middle of October
in uallfornia ana Western Europe. Let no frail
fisherman's bark then cast its Bhadow into the
looking-glass of (what Horace calls him) tho powerful
god of tho sea. Between that period and tho
present the heaviest storms which will occur are
as follows :
March 13-20, 1883.
September 29-50, 1880 (verv heavy).
March 20-29, 1887.
As 1 neTer paid a cent for advertising storms,
and for my storm predictions never received one
the generosity of tho press being a reward for my
efforts in the public interests 1 trust yon will be
good enough to keep these storms before seamen
and thus save millions of dollars and many lives.
I shall not myself refer to them. I am constantly
in receipt of letters from persons in the United
States offering mo money, and in some cases largo
rewards, for reading their future from tbe planets
and their destiny from the stars. To theso deluded
people I have neither timo nor inclination to
reply, other than to say that ther nro not vet ont
of tbo superstition and ignorance of the dark ages.
ti. SIOSE WIOOtNS.
Ottawa, April 23, 1881.
A IVw Foreign Chips, r t
Queen Victoria's yacht, the Ticlorii oni Albert
has recently been repaired at a cost of 50,000.
Simplicity in Christmas presents seems to be
the order of the day among English Itoyalty. Tho
crown Princess of Germany sent Queen 1 ictoria
two landscapes painted by nerself ana tbe Princess
Beatrice gave Prince Henry of Battcnberg, ber betrothed,
a Christmas card painted in water color,
her own handiwork. It is thus described: "The
background is of tbo deepest blue, and around the
drawing are 'designs of elder bushes, Christmas
roses and winter flowers. Two little Cupids call
attention to Byron's famous lines on love." Tbo
great nncrowned in Honolulu and elsewhere might
follow the Bame rale of simplicity with advantage.
Christmas presents aro a heavy burden on many
ltugbeians and Cheltenham boys ou these islands,
of whom their are several settled hero and there,
will bo pleased to note the marriage of Miss Yiolet
Jex Blake, daughter of the present Head Master
of Kugby to Mr. Alford Fowell Buxton. The
was performed In tbe School Chapel bv tho
Uishop of Worcester. . y -
1110 Historian,-von liausc, rcceiveu on nts
eighty-ninth birthday cordial autograph congratulations
from the Emperor and Empress of Germany.
Kanke's "History of tbe Popes" la a
honsebold book even here.
Immigration to the United Statos Sc
The total number of persons arriving at ten
customs districts of tho United Hates in 1831 was
453,983, as compared with 5G0.1DG in 1883, a decrease
of over 100.000. As this total comprises
about 97 per cent, of tbo immigrants arriving in
this country, its may be taken as an index ot tbe
actual decrease. Tbe total for December of 1834
was 13,622. ns complied with 123,70G in thssamo
month of 183X Germany beads tbe list of nations
from which this immigration came, 151,501 arriving
in 1881 against 180,812 in 1833. The following
table shows tho immigration by countries -in 1&S4
as compared with the year 1883:
Countries. llBI. IS!U.
Eu;land and Wales K,;.vi Will
Ireland M.srt ci.HH
Scotland , S,TZ 13,311
Anuria - 11.1TB
Uerraany ......,.,s$. 131.SU1 180,813
1U1T... ............... ............ U.JO S3.4IS
Norway....-, ;. ...V 1VXT I9.TO4
Sweden.. j...... SUSS S,?!8
Dominion of Canada; , 6i218
All other countries... . . (M.7D0 G3,!C1
.ca, ssj w),ra
A Melancholy' Accident.
Through the cocrtesy of Mr. IE. It. Hinds of
the liftwi Mill tbo following information haa been
received relative to a fatal accident nt that Mill.
Mr. Hindu say: "Last Tuesday Feb.lOtb, about
ono o'clock a most melancholy accident occurred
involving the death of l'aahaa,suzar boiler of
the Hatri Mill. He was attending lo the repair
tag of nbeltof one of the .centrifugal' drienrnnd
had in someway allowed' bia neckerchief which
was loosely tied around his. neck to come In con
tactvith the-, main shaft which was revolving at
the time, the result being that it wound him solidly
to the shaft And carried him with it abont siity
revolutions before it was stopped. When cat
clear hewiiidead. Dr. pond w,as summoned as
soon as possible, bat pronounced him beyond
medical nid. The deceased is deeply regretted by
all here, for he.was faithful (errant and a pleasant
Resolntlon pf .Condolence,', It,
Iter. Lowell Sxixn, D- D. Dear Sin At a
meeting of tbe ' Bethel Union SandAy School
Teachers held on Tuesday evening, Feb. 10th, tbe
following resolution was unanimously carried:-
Whereas it has pleased oarlHeavenly.FaibcrTto
take home onto himself our beloved friend and
teacher, Mrs. Lowell Smith; . .,
He it rtsolvetl: That we, the members and
teachers of the Bethel Union Hunday School realizing
the deep interest she has ever evinced
in onr welfare, do hereby express oar grateful
appreciation of her faitbfnl and nntiring work
among as; also that in loving remembrance of her
whom we all monnv we tender to hex sorrowing
family in their bereavement our sincere arnl heart-fell
Toors.aincorely, , -
T. ALllEXSEasox, Secretary.
The Sailora' jTorne Society ??!'
A meeting ot the Sailors Home Society was held
in this city cm tbeTJth inst, Hon. C. it. Bishop
presiding. , . , . , ,. . . ,
. After tho transaction orf preliminary .business
tho foUowloR' Trustees were elected I to serve for
tbe ensuing term : S. M. Damon, llev. K. C Og-gel,
A. S. CfeghornVB. F. . D01ngbWm,U,'KGIade,
W.W.'Hall. rs .J ,.,
The meeting of the Society then adjourned, and
a meeting of the Trustees took place.
A letter was read from Hon. S. N. Cestle resigning
the Presidency on account of ill health.
The following gentlemen were elected as officers
for the nsuing term: C H. BishopPreaidentohn
IL Faty Treasurer, F. A. Schaeier, Secretary.
Executive Committee Messrs. Damon, Uggel scd
llesolations of condolence 'to the memory ot
lleT. 8. C Damon were ananimoasly adopted.
Toi prifinca'rrrd garaine sleep and 'childlike repose
all night, take a little Hop Bitters on retiring.
In Tiew ot the interest now centered noon Nic
aragua, it TOT bo interesting to republish a resume
oi ine Treaty, which we and In
Bradstreet's. Many people have forgotUn the
provisions of that treaty.
In June, 1349, Mr. Uise, who had been appointed
charts d affairs to tho Central American States,
under the administration ot Polk, negotiated a
treatT with the state of Ni .rafmA. which ae trail
to "the United States or to a company of tho
thereof, tho exclusive right and privilega tr
raako, constrnct and build within tho territories
of the state of Nicaragua a canal or
road or roads, cither railways or turnpikes
or any other kind of road, for the purpose of
a convenient passage and communication between
the Carrtbbeanseaand tbo Pacific ocean."
Before the reception of thi treat hv t!, Kif
Department, a new charge d affairs had been com-
"wwwaou touonuai America in ine person or
Mr. Scmier,who was instructed by Mr. Clayton.the
bead of the new Whig administration ot Taylor
(which succeeded tbe Democratie administration
of Polk) to "claim no peculiar privileges no ex
elusive right no monopoly ot commercial intercourse,"
and in ease- a charter or grant of the
right ot way had been "incautiously or inconsiderately
made ' before his arrival, to seek to have the
same properly modified. Sir, Squier succeeded in
his mission, tbe Hiso treaty was suppressed, and
a treaty negotiated by Mr. Squior and embodying
the views of tbe administration, was sent to the
Senate tor ratification. Shortly afterwards negotiations
wero opened with tho English
zuent, which resulted in the treaty,
wmcwucu Apni i, icuu. inreomonins alter the
conclusion of; the treaty, tho short-lived administration
of Mr. Clayton gave place to ono headed
by Mr. Webster.
The preamble of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty de?
dares the desire of tho respective governments of
me umieu states ami ureal iirtUtn,to consolidate
the relations of amity existing between them by
"setting forth and fixing in a convention their
TieWE and intentions with referenea tn nnv mMn
uf communication by ship canal which may be
vuuauucini uciween ine .viianiio anu lacinc
oceans by tho way of tho river San Juan deNicar.
agua, and either or both of tho lakes of Nicaragua
or Managua to any port or place on tho Pacific
ocean." Tho first article declares that "neither
tho ono or tho other will ever obtain or maintain
for itself any exclusive control over the said ship
canal," "or occupy or fortify or colonize or assume
or exercise any jurisdiction over .Nicaragua, Costa
Biro and the Mosquito coa3t or any part of Central
America," "nor take any advantage of any
intimacy or nse any alliance, connections or
that cither may posse) with any state or
government through whose territory the canal may
pass for thepurposoot acquiring or holding directly
or indirectly for tho citizens or subjects of
the one any rights or advantages in regard to
or navigation through the said canal which
shall not be offered on tho aimo terms to the citizens
or subject ot tho other." The contracting
parties farther "engage to invite every Btato
jvith which both or either havo friendly Intercourse
into stipulations with them similar to those
which they have entered into with each other,"
and in particular to enter into treaty stipulations
with such ot the Central American states as they
may deem advisable "for thepurposoof carrying
out tho design ot the convention." Finally, the
contracting parties declare that their desire! in
entering into the convention having been not only
"to accomplish a particular object but to establish
a general principle," they agree to extend thoir
protection by treaty stipulations to any other
practicable communications, whether by canal or
railway, across the isthmus which connects North
and South America." After tho ratification of the
treaty certain memoranda were exchanged between
tho negotiators to the effect that tbe stipulations in
tho first article did not apply to the British settlement
in Belize, though the fact ot governmental
control was not admitted on tho part ot the
unnca rjiaies. as wiu be seen rrorn what pre
cedes, the treaty embodied very completely Mr.
Clayton's policy of not claiming any peculiar privileges
or exclusive rights. The privileges already
gamed were surrendered and tho future aotton of
tho United States in Central America was limited
by a compact with a European power.
One further circumstance remains to bo noted
in connection with tho story of the negotiation ot
the treaty. Its immediate object appears to have
been to utilize a concession made bv the state of
Nicaragua in 1319. In that year Nicaragua made
a grant to an American company organized for
tho construction of an interoccauic canal a grant
(accompanied with various favors and privileges)
of all such portions of the territory claimed by
that Btato as tho company might require. The aid
of Great Britain was sought, both because of the
difficulty of obtaining the necessary capital In
the United States, and becansa without England's
countenance tho canal could not be built, owing to
the fact that tho mouth of tho San Juan river was
held Ly a people protected by Great Britain. Surveys
wero made on both sides with a view of determining
as to the practibility of the canal, and
favorable report wero made. A combination of
British capitalists and American stock holders was
contemplated; but tho enterprise finally' fell
through, and the concession obtained was never
ntilized, nnd has, it seems, been since superseded
by grants to other companies.
MR. W. C. PARKE
Hal an Ofllce over Meier. Blehop & Co.'s llank, corner
Mercbant and Kaihnmanu Stf and will be happy to
attend to any lmItiess to his care, lira Cm
SIR. W. F. ALLEN,
Has au office with Messrs. Cl!hou& Co., corner ot Merchant
and Kaalinmann Streets, and he will lc pleased
to attend to any bnslncss entrusted to him. 1UC1 6m
I'Ol'Xl) N0TI0K !
i( TIIKIJKAVriils BB SOLI) AT
F I"1 I'nblle Auction, at tVaimano. Ewa. at It) a.m.,
on SATUItllAV, Febroary2Ilt, ISO, the JoIIonlni de-scribed
horses: t sorrel horse, white spot on forehead,
brand ItV rlht hind n,nattcr; t brown horse, white
forrhrad and feet, white srot on back, brand K on rlcht
hind qnarter; 1 brown horso,sore back, one hind foot
wnue, oranu irta on icn ninu nnanrr; i yeuow
horse, white no-e and feet, brand ill) left hind nnar
tcrt 1 sorrel mare, white spot on forehead, brand
known; 1 sorrel mare colt, white forehead, hind feet
wnite, l,o oranu; l Drown mare, sr.ro dsck, no oranu.
.tOHX Kl'KIIAIir, Fonnd Master.
February nth. !. IUIJ It
BROWN & PHILLIPS,
GASFITTERS AND COPPERSMITHS
Xo. "I .street. Honolulu. II. I..
House and Ship Job Work
Iff- ritOJUTLV ATTKNDKD TO. IJ
Balh Tubs, Water Closets,
And all Kinds Plumbing Goods,
lUI'J ALWAYS OX HASH. ly
Administrator's Sale of
Lahaina, Maui, and on Molokai.
Br virtue of an Onlcr nf Court. Uud bv linn. Abr.
Pomander Circuit Jadjc 2nd JnditUI District, H. I.,
on February 5th. iv. I rhnll expose for tale at Public
Anctlon, In frout of the Cutum Ilouie. In Lahaina,
Island 01 Mani.
On Saturday, Harch 14th
I-!",, at 1 o'clock p. tn ,
All the Uizht.TH'c and of the ial KIXE.f
TiUWLIKNuf lahaina. deceastd. In and to an
nndividrd l-i In thr Lot of
Land & Stone Dwelling
Situate on 31alu Street, Ltbaini, and adjoin) nj the
pmntses 01 at. t.. u rona, containin;; -
Polei more or lett.
Upect IMec fjxuw, deds it eiptufC of purchaser.
ALSO At thr Kflmi tlinr! and ntacr. I will offer for
ale a Piece of Land tltnated at Kaloaaka, Ialand of
Containing 2 88-1000 of an Acre,
Sloreor lc(i, now occupied by E.
Llillchna. DeDUtr MierlfLand blonln? to the Ettate
of thcaald Kllcn Nnnlicn,
rTEIUIS CASH. nios. W. EVEKETT,
' Admlnlrtratorof Et. of Ellrn 2Conrlien, decd.
Utiatna. Manl, Feb. llth, l&ST.. 10 VI U
"II yon are anffrrlnz from poor health
'or langnlihln: en a bed of ficknesa
'take theer, for
Hop HlttcrM AVlII cure run.
If yon are elmply allln. If yon feel
weak and ditplrnrd, without clearly
Hop Hitter ivIII Kctlvc you.
"If yonarea Mlaifter, audhaie
'laxnl yonelf with yoar pa (total
'datlea, or a Mother, worn ont with care
Hop !IIttcrirlII Kcnloro yon.
"If yon aie a man of unflnnn, or
'labourer weakened by the atrain of
datle. or a man of
tolllnz orer yoar midnlsLwvrk,
Hop .Strengthen yon.
"If Tonare inffcrlor from
or drink! n j. anT ladlttretlen
patfon.areyoayonnand frrmrin; tot
'fait, aa i often the cave.
Hop Hitter- vlll Hcliryc you.
-If jon ara In the workshop cui tbe
'farm, at tb desk, anywhere, and feel
that your ytem needa deaniinz. ton-
'In;, or el.mulatinjr, wlthoat
Ilopltlttert you need.'
"If yoo are oh and your blood thin
'and impure, palae feeble, yoar erre
ontealr,and yoar facnltle waning.
IIoji Illlterxirlll sire jon neir lACc
"HOP IIITTEIIS la an elant.
thf, and refreealoz llaTortn; for
'Ins them harmlesa. and iwettenlnr the
mofllh and cteaniln; the itomach.
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich the
Asd yua will hare ao.lckaeia or aafferlar r doctor
. UOP IinTEBS.
I an elegant. I'Ieaaat and Ilefretfaln; Klaroorlns for
lick-room dilnka and Impore trater. renderteff thetl
hannte. iweetenlns Ihe.iannlh, and cleanitns thr
r For Sale by
ion it HumsTEB i CO . Honolnla.
Taoarrttfi pnoucAnifE5i. itAXnEho
A Ac, EtpVdltiouIr Eiecuted at the Gaielte OSce
" iUy? ?t:st wMcsrnrtf ' "'
in Dill From Bremen,
Invoices of flew Goods
Is every llae which taey offer for Sale at
The Prices! !
30x44, 38x40, 24x3(5
COLORED POSTER PAPER
Fort sale nr
ECTOR SALS BT-
'PHK UXIJKIWIGNED ia KKADY
,L toUkoVlewi to order tnbett itjle of th rkoto
Art todou the jnost reasonable trnnii coiuljttnt with
? Muml Views for Sate at A. U Hmltt. Fort St.
lOtSo II. U CHASE.
DR. S. ERNEST CRADDOCK,
(Late 5ct.o1ar aa3 Prizeman Chemical Sorfry and
Xedldne, Klnjfa College,
PHYSICIAJf 3c SURGEON,
.-. 101 Fort Street, llonolaln.
Office Hours 9-12 a.m. 2-5 p.m. 7-8 p.m.
101 And at Hawaiian Hotel. 3m
TniS IS TO CEltTIFY, THAT
Mamnrl 3, LeTty and William n. Aldrltk bota re
siding In Iloaolnln, Iiland of Oahn. Hawaiian IlLinds.
transacting a ceaeraUIroeery and Frovlslon bBstness
at saM llnnololn, under the arm nameand style of 9.
J. LKVEV CO.
Dated at said Honolnla, the lit day of Jannarr, A. D.
ISO. ts lined) a. J. L&V1&Y,
1017 31 V. II. ALDltlCH.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OT TUB oititbd
No. 120 Broadway, Now York.
(ESTABLISHED IX 1M.) I
Ittnt Politic on all PUni. among uhltfc
arc to be found many new depirtuirs, eonUinTn; features
not jtt In ns In other connan1e;almlnr to fte
comfort and inritjof the 11)L1CV UULOEliS.
TU Company may l safely called the rtonerr fn
most of the Important and for thia
reason as veil as manynUteri, It now traniacti the
lamest yearly brjln9 done by any onr company In
the world. Policies are both
NON-FORFEITABLE AND INDISPUTABLE
Asti.be.SI,ti...f. IKUnuAI TO
Uabllllles ..... ,...,... tyiMU It
EXrAsVflLVSCB, IC" '-
Which plsase compare with other
Increase of Snrplns.,
Tho retnrn for ISSt are not yet to band, bnt will
?how a splendid Increane.
tV Tor pamphlet or fotf particular, apply .o
IQWq ALEX. J. CAlmniHIIIT. Agent.
HAVING SOLD MY rfTOCK XS
trade, and the cood will of my bUAlneo to the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. (Limited.) I detlre to
my thanks to the community generally for their
patronage In tbe past, and to respectfally rollclt for
the fature their custom lor the new concern In which
I am prrfonally and financially tntrreitrd. ordera ad-
uresseu to me or the new firm for i pec laities in my
line, will fortheMeaent hare mr pergonal nupem
1UI, SAMUEL NOTT.
T1IK UXDKKSIGNKP 11KU TO
notify their customers and the public In general
that ther hare bodiTht out the entire stork In irtrlp nf
Mr. Samnel Nott, which added to their line ao'ortment
ot House farnishtnz uooas, etc. make a rery fall
hi cuiuyieic uuwii,
All goods will be sol at Ih" Iite t Market Trice.
1W If PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Corporation Notice I
li at a meetlns held In llonolaln, on the 5th day of
February, IMS, of tbe subscribers tn the stock ot the
TeopIes Ice and Co. (Limited), It was
voted to accept the Charter of Incorporation granted to
i arm anu ineir associates ami successors on me jisi
day of January, 195nnder the corporate name and
The Feople'a Ice and ReCrigerctor Co
And that said Corporation under said Cnarter, thereupon
lUelfaod elected thefollowlnsoffleetif:
John M Sass .....President and Manager
rcter m as.
John Em. Jr Treatnrerand Secretary
Notice Is farther glren that, pirsoant to the ternul
ot said Charter, So stockholder shall be liable for,
the debts of the Corporation bejond tho anion at which)
may beduenpon thesbarecr shares held by him or
them." J. ENA, Jil,
mil tfw ' Mecretary.
Corporation Notice I
XTOTICK IS JIK11EI1V
Xl that at a meftlnff held In Honololo. at the 6fflce
of A.J.Cartwrlght,oqlrc.on thsTthdayof
1W3, of the subscribers to the stock ot the Haw'n
lUmle Company (Limited), It waaroted to accept tbe
Charter ot fncorporailon granted tu them, their
and successors, on, the 31ft day of January. tSKJ,
nndet the corporate name and stjte of the
Hawaiian Ramie Company (Limited),
aud that said Corporation ender said Charter, thereupon
organlied Itself and elected the following offlcers:
A JCartwright rresldent
E Lycan Manager
WF Allen.. ...Treasurer and Secretary
T R Castle '....Auditor
, V A Sense fcr, J II Taty. E P Adams, C Ljcin.
Notice Is further glren that. In accordance with the
prorlslons ot said Charter, No stockholder shall be
liable for the debts of the Corporation beyond tbe
amount which may b due npon the share or shares
held by him or them. W. K. ALLEX.
Sttta Im tfecrctary
KEN LUNG CHONG&Co
61 Nuuanu Street,
Brj to notlf f their cnsttimcN and tbe pnblic geamUy.
ttut theynare Tuorrd to
proof premises, (lately occapitl by Uoo Klm,
where tbey ban now for Sale, some of Ibo
Finest Goods to be Found in Honolulu
Embracing- all grade. v(
Silks, Satins, Dress Goods, Etc
ALSO-A FLLI.MSB Ol'
TWEKOb. XTC, Maluble for GenUsienf Wear.
TAILORING IH All' ITS BRANCHES
t'jrrlrd on. sad the .nperrlllan of a
FIRST-CLASS COTTEK AND FITTER
A (fonl fit and ittlststOou Uaaraatced. 10 M 1
FANCY & MILLINERY GOODS
THE iLAKCEST AMD
Millinery and Fancy Goods
nr tow,,. ,
!? j&OXrfJILsAjm. PRICES. ,
NEW BOODS BY
By LYONS & LZVET,
Rr 'CRsti Sale
0n,Thursdayt Feb. 19th.
AH)aBX!&tfidoa.wHi al AneHoi!
. -v . CRUOCCBT SO OUJWWAIVE.
Sack So. I Barrrl. rVa lnu.
Manila Cigars, Etc.
m:f! yaw .;,
DARK sSQRREL FILLY !
One LigBt Sorrel Filly.
Z.To:lr LEVEY. jmeMMen s.
Moth a. nave brTd a .risti Mcre.. at
Lahainaand Kekaha Mills
Ao lot Salr lir
1 NEW DEPARTURE
Mit. nrnr? hebeekd nte mmm m Mri
and the nabli' jananUjr.UtaUic '... , .p.otda
W. IMS THE M.E el --
AkY Aim -'GRAIN
as wklCx si?i8 or
fjeed. fdrIJowl, Etc.,
n IcuEarsr and ewalf.qaaftMtffs, u rnyafred.
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO..
7 ,.F .
BOSTON. MASS.. TJ. S. A.
BlIM. F. !vai. Pna.. Iw. M. Ulaaax.. Sat. v.
(iao. W. THosr'V ! it. or .!
Total Snrplu't S 274,015 01
The atlfullyiwot ska )itftl la, wUMl - a. N.w
TMtnra In Llfo Inaarttnee snmtttmt by tU
th iMoIaz al Saaiovaarat ratlaln Isat
ly the sami? prsMlM fcaarUftaia iliiiaM rot irvsoto Utu
ll'ollcirs. Tb. polltl" partlcrfM ra ta. AaMal
dl.trltntlon ot swpraa. aad Sm lt I lntM llllll
Cash sarrsnarv ami paM la.araac vmlwr
on vy pollry.
ranphkt explanatory 'if the Xrtt reatnre nay hr
hail on it Tampany' UAee.
X'OSTOFFICK SQl'AUK, 1JOSTON.
ON THE MOSr FAVOHABIE TERMS,
And alxoMty frr Twn
Czsvinpl. for Plant
tjiar.jiiTrisJ,5. L'aJeniit plan
ANNUAL PREMIUM SU 12.50.
C'sh Smr. VTe. Iks.
Al Ihe ernt at . i
Kb I I.H.
l.fll s tsaa
ntk ,'JH n Urf
lath Uix uw
IHk i.a m w
be red bi y&
a ,l..l S I i..l ..( ..nt f'.IMir.rmtt'rti
VET" Applleatlon ran - f,
will be glren by th' Agent-
.w CASTLE & COOKE.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'s
Merchandise, Packages. Parcels,
Gold, Silver. Bank Notes.
Bonds, Valuable Papers,
Etc., Etc.. Etc..
FORWARDED BK PAPID CONVEYANCE
ALU PARTS OF THE WORLD
and Promptly Dollvorod.
favorable" RATES ON FREIGHT
Prompt Attention Qlron to Collection.
and Commissions oT Every
10C) foe ILiwaiaii lalaad. 1IU.
Iron .l Filter Presses
A3U SU IS USB AT .
Lahaina & Kekaha Mills,
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
AJalal'BIMUXSaVICB FOU1JI DDKX
Ut ahtiAt us lwemtae taeapaaa iMa tuts Lmuntt
emitltntlnK tbr RKh ft C. U. AI'tanAr at
I U, JIaal.
I VtiuinliisirML &."& Mkit.rfr.L
f raralihM eattea at llaJeakala. oe tke awmtafa Nwi
I at Ullada. can atcertella Uf m by aftplMalleav to t. A.
Tharitoa In Honolnla. oc II. II Wllroa al Uaaawa.
SIR. U. II. WIUOX le Imuvj ta.irUed to colleet
and ree.lpi focajlwnlta daeroaU Ksjiia. and M
all beilaef In vmnetlfrm Uvnwttli.
3. M. At.EIANDtK.
L. k. THUUSTOH,
OaanUaai Bet. C. H. AtnutnUe.
II.inolala.rrn 'nn. H lW Jl
BEST "ASSORTWtiaff OF
'EVERY STEAMER !
doMjf taw MBf X p(44X t I
One Hair "'oth SaM
On: TaW. Vtftr 8il.li. XaKfn, mr
? THaas. Cetlac W wars CV4n.ll H
Ward kr. WasEStnO. Drewfa .,ir -
Rem. LoVj rtls -
.. , .
ira ire. ' ii a i La is.
!.. m Fl no irrsr. Use n4 i"rra tu&.
CREPJiSHAWL. WOQtElt SHAWLS
Sir. rH, wm Drrss .CtatBrt pa,
a a rastrry of - tai:
'-. Ctrl.. . emi. cu.
ALSO, WOOLEN CAS?T
. f Da
Regular Gash 8Sr
Saturday, ZVb. Slat
Al ! rkxt a IS. It m
Stock of a Retail Stora
tLM . i ia4 '), tmt
X. r. 4aru r
. , LANDLOgD' ft
Notice of We
Of Goods Taken Upon
a Distress Bent.
By UirtHi. ..s J.1XJU ('AXrftSU. I aar rCs
T vil at rMt
ON FBIDAY, XH. 9I&,
na. at I ia,u Ae s
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.
all rt ffoPal" JtiattiW
Goods, Wares and Mfee:
RIKA"' Ptslumru. - l .
IMTm !ole . a Halt tumutus. smu
TI stilt Itaa4lureMf. a MR Oiu.
ISDMlah.' HmsWot Mtw
ti3a w. ' I. HI
! ta. nlil 1 1 tea Us i uuur
.1. W M.MAMM4MI Out.
Oa WrtjMdaj. faran 11. X. as. V, Ks turn
Mtaea: f rt. Wy umM laaul CsssaML
Ttan4.IW.Il. Jaau Mae. HA .
c. r. aBUnAasii,
Bf tj.r.,1 It I .L.OK. Unmimfsutmot I- a
.. lrmam Pckil..'. ttim it. I wfttuun
On Saturday, Feb. 281H
Jtt t: -, . Im k nmift. SI m '
THAT CERTAIN VALUABLE
PIECE 2 IijOTO
la Mima.a V.IIT. lle MM lliilela. i urn
'u. a4 well a ! a.
JCiia.il HmhIi a fme a.i
Sitwiwllt Bsnml Tvtum T& tW llwial Miat
ot IM. snerrr awl Iu mat, healNr itoSnln
kit ln a feVaw aiiawj (mm IVr lk l varaa
Valuable Piece of Land
ntnt thtni iifWtnins - sm w ,--- .tw
r !--. , ft 1Ui l .
y. Also, the Lease of thatCerJate
Piece df Kale fca&rl
For tks seswa o yrwui. s malim f r7wa
Iff Dl sa rstnf f pstjas.
II.mMI nhrryTfSf tV :
C r. AOAXAvAsaCte
Valuable Cane Land
On Saturday, March 28tk
Those Two Certain
Pieces of land
AT M)1f M..'inl i.MILl
AfXSAl Ariaew.llOI tun tmtueumt t;.i
I AHK LA?ID. nrar Vlmu I Jt I xnVl.
H4kVf4Nilmi M.kl. rLK
im ttu r ut, rinM, urmunm1sH uin. .
l.'tiJ ip li... .If. i nt Til hmii
'tuei rtllr Bfllert
- r. intna. Jstrtr.
111 a j j i
The Great Califem
ilica, ricas, Cockroaches, Chicien
?! i.Vc0,.fcH '
JBl ;- oel:'xj 23
To Unman Beinnpa and Anlm ,!
AN ABSOLl'TK NEUESSITT
In tho House, Uarurn, t7bkierTtery
The Buhach fcttfUftf,
for BMtrlhntle? the BbbjkJu
BENSON. SMITfa. CS).r
111 aua4 113 rrt JUrut. tnnttmtuu