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WKPXESPW. MARCH . l-3.
Tare wwrssion pivnik
koKfU did wt MtnriiaB. and if skd
bare anctootd the ami
imxxioib BnnroacFaMvt of His Min
reMTUg: to MM utcamav nr in
uVtkr not to cyr tkfUwri
Tie cwlawss ot tire thing fe wwderinl
one coo'kier taat posaMv tbo the
gvattnavc not I in --Br-- -i the him
Ts ad-rat of JapDff may mark an the
era in Hawaiian affairs. The It
Hsaters" in tfrr year lSS2rg3
iafcvviartioo of Woc. net
-Mr to rehw the lahcc market tot a a
pwaatpr irritant of Ctiinee evil,. Tnee sbk.
p$4e are rrofeaMy corainc to stay, to
rafee aanh$ of taeir naUooalhT. and )
to bfogme part aad parcel of SbeHawniiac
piM M pare e ns
M tmae kere. it nrrenaMat is not.
trnl act teas l Wmd to the fact that
jfe Mtecvsts -Bill N sahoerved bv this
It fc a jt that CaHfcwnia did not ob-tai -
Jafw. rather than Chineje cheap tt
laVir. cifv n a chance here trite Far
theyMd Jans, and in twenty Te Fr
year? te will have their Far
o iar i umlirtv. .w iricN
Geraaan in ntatinc the law? for tK. lo
the will have totakpback of
Tt iajastace that is done to employees
wl the Gowrnment at the present jonctore
f fiiwiin in! tan. tna v b indeed from the
r 4rv A poor
reiw awt br any means a Large salary. S7
laaeJydrw foe his salary Itamotintedto to
-i'". ll" Had a payment to
tkeinpold. Didberetit' Braomeans.
Hk mt came in tihw. (contrary to law)
m order to make his payment be
be obheed to aadergt a loss, which
to htai was txaasMerable. It i in such
matters-a thee that the tionrament ap
mars o eoaAtaaptihle. An employer of
iaWr. mental or physical, if he i worth of
aarthne?. looks after the interefis of his
eatJ.ue.. Oar present Cabinet hare no
idea of looking after the iaterotf of those
who sen them nnh they happen to be
liiaiana or are personally ttserol in
wnys : then we are told that jrold pieces
mm rain, or at least can come in the
of a Daaae bhower. wt a poor iellow
who has only ?v to get as salary. him
go haac. silver is good enworh for him:
Hater wonld not be so popular with filler
men in the fluted states, if i; were
aaade to contain pi rmm. Nothing is of
I'laajju than to have cor paid dollar's in
worth ! sihw in a silver doUar: bnt
k faraher from tin wishes of those
who are cancel ucd in silver mines. The
oany ohyctioa to an silver rar
reef (if it had foil value! woold be its
great it variableness in valne. The Ha
waataa money coiners preferred silver to
co-4 somVihim; hkeSOper
eaai hs.thaa rokL It i' leier for tboe
who eoBtrai to control exchange to
leefi a Hawaiian silver currency which
oat b -4 away only at a of 30 per
ceat. for the simple reason that it enables
th ia hill ninilrii'i'i n irrfinnUfniiilr
to ram eiehaage np t.' per cent, or else
it far less only . aartrf f fnrr.'
The aacerky of their patriotism and
is not to be doubted for a moment
Let polities go to the dogs, give
Am the control of the national emrency
aad eiehancre. and as long as thev know
their makiplicaUon table, they will take
pLl care that no elements prevail
It woald have been infinitely IvUer for
this eoantty to have American silver with
as Hawaiian coins, for its currency, for
wh3e.sSver is kept up to gold in the
Tatted States we conW. if we had it.
spdrt American silver coin at a cost of
stoat oar jt ceat."wbeaever exchange
weat ma eh above that figure.
Bat no! It was not' enough to make
taijeat for several years the French. Brit
h aad Mexican coins, at a fictitious over
vahaattou. ranging from 3 to 12 per cent,
the national greatness and pride of Hawaii
mast be fostered with a coin all oar own.
a coin which woald stay hare forever,
being ?m ) per cent over valued.
ao oae coald aSord to send it away!
.Vad thee when the evil of the thing
dawned spaa jope in the shape of 9per
cent far their exchange, aad a gold
was ordered by few to be provided.
the saaae ianoeaeej which hnmght in that
Hawaiian silver coin, became enthusiastic
ia its praise There are those who take
eomfort in a silver chain. But the result
of hagginc ooe" follies will not long lie
If the diaaiwiaity stand sqnarefy i to
the gold law. the next Ltlatnre "will no
more veatore to it than to enact a
law that the WaQnkn rials shall pass for
Tax Government made itelf the iaogh
iag stock of the street last week, by a
aanonjMement concermhg the
which we publish gratuitously in
Tax payers would be harrassed. it seems,
by carrying out the gold law. it would
cost money to replace Spreckeis silver with
fade Sam gokL it has become a question
of political aaimosiry. and. all things con
sidered they, the Cabinet, will refer the
matter to the next Legislature! It is as
aseiess as it is hopeless to argue with those
who neither understand nor care for argument
on matters of pabHc interest. Thev
knew enoagh to let Spreckeis have the
coinage job. and illegally aood the country
with their precious coin: and then to
advocate aad get the Kingj to approve a
law for a gold currency, with
of $150U to cover the expense of
replacing silver with gold. But tbey neither
knew nor cared how to carry the new
law into effect. There is no more reason
to expect such men to obey a law made bv
the next Legislature- than this which was
made by the fcki. If Spreckeis tells them
to keep the silver here, to soft his purposes
and it the King's prioV about melting
down Hawaiian coin can eCectuallv be appealed
to. the Cabinet are sure to act ac
cordin;ly. with so more regard for the tax
payers of this country than thv have for
th followers of the Mahdi.
Those who urgently pressed for a Inited
States gold currency aad still regard such
a earrency as the only safe and healthv
one. are to lie taunted as
wwkaag op an iaucinarv diScuKv. for
Xow geatiemen of tbe Chamber of Commerce,
aad all others who restore to have
or express any opinions on the sobj"ct.
jast keep oaiet: Coetimie to make
believe- that ilver is gold, that this
are to be trusted to hold the rwople's
moaey. and that certincates of deposit are
Let as keep on a few months, sar until
the exrhange f or the present cropisnsod
P-1 viae: oat jn gold when we can make
alrer do. bearding or exporting- gold, and
"agreeing1 to ran a guM law with certifi
eeiiw. sppeao.1 the ida of selling;
exchange on sixty day drafts at one per
cent, as oar financial ntnanm.
oarselves and friends with those
bad men who want gold, and then when
we find ourselves hef pless. and one and all
sabject to the bnder mercies of a benfi
cent monopolist then let ns say we never
onderstool these currency matters. Other
coantries have wars, pestilence, revolutions
and famines- This couutry ought not to U
too healthy: if its genis climate, rich soil
and fortunate location, sad arrumstanees. 1
persistently induce prosperity, why then
should we not imtort misfortunes? Tn
evils of monopoly arein America, wire not
have them here? Silver mine interests.
have succeeded in piling np tons of sflrer
coin, as a standing; menace to America,
prosperity. Why not follow suit in a small
To KXCX3TX the lie direct arul
it. nmst be a bitter pill indeed. Tins
pill the Government have swallowed with
what grace they could. A statement was
made in these columns last week -which
fairly bronrfit an issue as to a
published in the Government
with the view of misl eeding the camm jrnifcc
ii is not necessary to recaprtu!ae. AVrU
republish the prinapBl
the Governmest organ, we tl
Jetter upon which our article , rwAx fl
we again stogmatize jhe Gov eminent state- tl
ment as a downright U. and until there j
prodece ngures which ye shall beg leaTJoji
to verify after they omirii forth, we shall 8
camsiderthati the mecrranics and labores j
ottiiscoarrImveuecnsarindledoTit .-& 3
a considerable smn. of mtmeywhen MessriJ
GruVacsi i Co V bid was refused and the
lower Wd for Clstts Spreciels was taken.
To the remarks of las week wt haw
thk to adit It anst haw lvn pateat to
eTerv oae that Messrs. Grinbanm & Co.
did not ajk for "-picked" coin. Ther
foe the silver ss it was. Weaivfnr
Sec inforaed br a coTerameat otneiM
aai the lolk of the coin wss really ready
sorted in bags, and that the talk about a
month's sorting- wms so tnnch dost thrown
people eyes. AVe.of cours?. cannot
bria? thk witness forward andhb eridcDce
wilLVccrdiiBr to ttsatd tactks. be stisniia
toed as fake. ererthetes wv k NHiere
renUeBtaB. foe wo hare nerer caught
Mm:, and the Goveratneat wv plainly
show" we hare. The statement made by
GoTeraaeat organ was a lotkjws:
M tiuifJ tkit Ike Gott Jsst lfJ tfce x.
teaoen awrr. Tbt 1 hsdt i as ahrasl
TaeGarenasest cesat theaEtfeioi ta
fair tfce fiHir to Atseria aad pi tfee hS l t
ceati f or h it tfciS wile tautot. Jt OiiwaMr,
mm I Item aad Mess?. GrioblKE Jt CV.
eacc :4kt1 Jot $SOAV raeh, bat User wuited to
aiwaa a raert aad kft aK tae Wst Tilaable
aaae a ttader aad eMaiaol tt.
Messrs. Grinbaiua's letter ran thss:
Htrnnt, (Ver SXh, 1S.
To Hb ExcsxirscT rsi Uinktix or Fccisrs:
In atoanksa wite jwr ofieial aotke. we bbT
BMlt ta ftoriac fn.vl tot tap rrck c(
S3a.Vet arte? ia te tc aJc
tw.no K aacT Is Xtxku daUan.
fja.a aarr laXrxttu aOm
la Ce mac tKe
t'fua the KeeaUBce of esr bid. we will delm;
rc me Vailed states rotd cots a ta until
the steacer JrarowH, dae acre ee 5m dir s
NmmliB, aad UXt m nten tae cdrt;
cove At tfeeafcjre we are wBnsc to take
aasdrtd taossaad dacUrs for sSorcs by each
ttauaer . Years K5rc2fcHT.
1L S. Gc5uci! Co.
As a fact, as far as we can ascertain, the
silver was sold to Irwin & Co- for
cents on the dollar, a loss of over 2J cents
the comssumtv. Phuaztiiropv which
lines its purse in this fashion can be easily
pat at its true worth.
that tends to cast a doubt
upon the national credit must be injurious-"
So spoke the Government Organ
last Wedcesdsv. aad we must say
diaUy agree with the sentiment. In point
fact it is exactly what the Girrrn has
been urging for some years past. AVe are
pleased to see that at last the Government,
through their mouthpiece, are coming
round to a true view of the present situation.
It is to be bored that their reiorma
tion win extead to deeds as well as words.
and that they will make such a radical
reformation of their suicidal policy as will
prevent being cast apjo the na
The change will have to be drastic indeed:
so drastic thai before confidence can
be fully restored, the present incumbents
ftace will have to be purged away, for
thee . no man can have con5dence.
XTn&r what other administration has
the credit of ihe country ever been so darn-aged
as under this? We have seen the
treasury balance reduced to practically a
cypher. Debts of the Government have
been outstanding for months, and no satisfaction
could be obtained by creditors.
Employees of the Government have remained
unpaid who should have been
paid, the treasury has refused to pay gold
lor notes that were due in gold; has even,
according to the afSdavit of Mr. Edwin
Jones, refused to pay silver for them;
trouble from the same cause was made
with a British subject not long ago. and
complaint was made in the proper quarter.
but on mature thought wv presume justice
was done, for the complaint was not followed
up. "What with refusing to pay just
debts, notorious mismanagement of public
lunos. tae pounng'iorth or the public
treasury into the lap of the hangers on of
the Ministers, if not actEaIly."virtnaIly.
into their own pockjisris it to be wondered
at that a doubt has been cast upon the
-national credit" which -must be injeri
Hawaii has retrograded f earf ally in the
very days of her prosperity and the retrograde
movement is use to mismanagement.
A country may be the most fruitful on the
face of the earth, but natural advantages
are as nothing when throws
them to the winds. Look at Turkey with
its mineral wealth, its genial climate, and
its magnificent soil Misgovemment has
made it one of the most miserable countries
on the face of the rfobo. Look at
Egypt, once the granary of the Roman
Empire, and see to what lowest depths it
has sunk. To like low depths Hawaii will
sink unless her citizens will rouse themselves
to throw off the incubus that has
settled upon their adopted country. A
very Old Man of the Sea hes got onto" their
shoulders: a vampire is sucking their life
blood out of thera. aad King aad people
are being slowly but surely dragged to
It is indeed injurious -to cast a doubt
on national credit." and the men who have
east that doubt are the men who have been
so blindly entrusted with taking care of
that credit False to their oaths of oSce.
false to their county and their King whom
they profess to serve, they have done an
injury to this little State which it vail take
years to repair. And perhaps the injury
is past cure;
It is now nearly three years since the
present Minister ascended the steps of the
Foreign OSce. It may be well to review
some of the principal events of the interval
and see into what sort of a position he
has landed us, and what sort of administrators
they are -to whom the Kins has entrusted
the four portfolios of the
frim. The Minister of Foreign
Affairs is the only one who has held on
through deeper and deeper shades of evil
report from his first installation, through
out the kaleidoscopic period till the Ministry
seems to have crysialized into its
present form. Daring- all this period the
distinguishing: feature has been mess upon
muddle, muddle on mess, here a muddle
and there a muddle, blunder on job and
job upon blander. The history of these
three years is a history of pretentions incapacity
and of vulgar failure, of wasteful
extravagance in ostentatious nseJessness,
aad pitiful parsiraonv in matters of public
To the ForeieTn Minister we owe the
fruitless expeditions of foreign missions
in all directions, to the Emperor of all the
Russias. to the second Kin of Rumtifoo
in the South Seas. To the same ingenious
person is due, the fact that scarce a royal
entertainment or state ceremonv has taken
place, which has not been marred by the :
wrongheaded disarrangements insisted on, :
in defiance of precedent la" the general
marplot "With France, the sudden unaccountable
exit from Paris of the Hawaiian
Minister, and the unpleasantness with
Cant Chateaurninois. "With Great Britain
the Hitirst muddle, the Flowerdew mud
die, the Theobald muddle. The bombastic
absurdity of the "Protest"' met for the
most part with silent contempt by the
great powers, and a handful of absurd addresses
from naked savages in the South
Seas. The giving and receiving- of orders
and white elephants. The genealogy job,
the multiplication of secretaryships, and
the using the newly created secretaries for
private purposes all go to makeup the
record of the Foreign" Office for the last
Of the Minister of Finance what can
be said simply that he is an unqualified,
unmitigated impersonation of incapacity,
and is treated accordingly by his col
leagues in the Cabinet, and appreciated
accordirigly by an outraged public. Absent
from his post for weeks at a time, he merely
sticks np a notice, -gone toKauai. Interior
wfll look after my shop." or at the most
cririeal financial period in the history of
tb e kingdom rroes off to Maui for a few
vyeeks. while, during his absence important
documents are issued by "the Government"'
bearing his signature. Did he sign
a quire or so of blank 'tcap for his colleagues
to fill in. in his absence, or did
they presume on his notable helplessness
and unfitness? Not that it is to be supposed
that the public welfare sufferedby
his absence, only some little considerrtion
should be shown to public susceptibilities.
If the Minister of Finance be notoriously
incompetent it should be the business of
his colleagues to show the least and not
the most contempt for him.
The present Minister ot the Interior in
herited a very evil heritage. Contracts
given away without competition, a system
of partiality and nepotism: $70,000 of
bridge contracts given away to a relation
of the Foreisn Minister. He has done
better than his immediate predecessor, but
sKIl hx fnl In rfrtUdmtrwil
into which aflimrwrtaiit public works have
fallen. Tim rriost pressingly importantof
these, the water supply of Honolulu is
onlv forwarded by the prospectus of s
cosUy prrqect which may be brought into
operation two years hence, if the vote for
the mrpose be honestly used therefor
Xo i .v. . aseasmv for the relief ot
dependent on the present supjily
seems to bo thought ot The votes for the
iainrvTeniect of the road down the A unanu
IHui hare as yet produced no improvement. th
The light foi; Barber's l'oint is still in the
Of the ftMtrth memler of the Cabinet,
the Attorney -General, it can only bo said
that he is an able lawyer, but strange to
the laagnage. manners and customs of a
great deltf the business which comes
tinder his view. Mr. Xeumann did not ar
enter the Attorney-General's office by any
avenue known to any form of Constitutional
Government, Monarchiesl or
a foreigner, a stranger, a typical
, he was brought here and placed in a
Cabinet with such" genuine, thorough
as the Jforeign Minister, to serve
not a national, but some one's imni
ifis Majesty the Kin?, has it would appear
this kincdom to play with as with a
Sick of cards, and choose his own game,
e has chosen the game of -Four Jacks."'
AVrrK all of the public injury which has
resulted from the incompetency of the
present administratiori. there is however a
continual round ot entertainment m the
frantic efforts of the Ministers to escape
the odium of their own misdeeds: the
twisting sad turning, the dedgings. the
sxrairminsrs. the wrisTMinrs. the contortions
of these men. and especially the ground
and lofty tumbling of the'ehief contortionist
to evade the public condemnation
that notwithstanding all their spasmodic
attempts, is poured steadily upon them, is
source of unlimited amnsentent to those
who keep the thread of events.
The Spreckeis Monopoly Bank Charter
Act was 1st a wise measure, then 2nd,
when public opposition arose, it was a
scheme unworthy of consideration, and
they helped to vote it down: then 3rd.
afterwards they cursed the conspirators
who worked np the excitement which
scared them into helping to kill such a
statesmanlike Act: And so in regard to
currency : the v will not obey the law which
says they -shall" replace silver with gold,
and fire off their stinkpots at the
forcing the passage of the currency
Act. and at business menof high standing
for supporting the law. whereas as we
show below, the currency law that was
passed was not a measure of the opposi
tion at all. but was recommendevt to tue
House nearly as it stands now by the
unanimous report of a committee of five,
two of whom were the Minister of Finance
aad the Attorney-General, and the other
three, being none of them, prominent as
opposition members of the Assembly.
The law as it now stands was passed
with the assistance of the rotes of the Min
istry. and was returned to the Assembly
at an early day with the King's signature,
of course with the approval and advice of
the Ministry, li they confess that they
did not understand the law at the time.
as micht be gathered from Iste remarks ia
the Ministerial organ, thst would correspond
with the prevailing public impression,
which accounts in a measure, for the
increasing desire for men in the executive
who will "and can understand what they
We find upon further examination of
the records of the Legislature that Mr. S.
B. Dole and Mr. Frank Brown were also
on the Cnrrencv Committee, and that Mr.
Dole presented a minority report. Mr.
Brown sicning the majority report These
additional tacts do not weaKen our argument
that the currency law was a quasi
administration measure but rather tends
to strengthen it
Ln;t5LiTm Ctuvsis. Jane, ISst.
To H. GoDrszs Kbodes.
PrtfiJtmt e tbr LtwrValtfY
Yotr Coecaf.ee oa CcrreseT ha.it had csder
cessxlcratioc. Use Hreral BiUs. referred to thai:
Tic I Bilt iniroJccrdbT tie Minuter of Fmir.ce
to tuaesd isecos 1 of aa Act anxored 11th dij of
Aiurss I5i0. eca'tted aa Act to pronJe for a national
coinage. A BUI latrodccrU by tlie Miabter
of Finance to amecd Sectioo 5 of aa Act to
tae Carreccr arccoTtd Sept. 19. lSTo. A Bill
t&trodsced br Hon. r. Brort to amend Scctioa of
Chapter tl of tie Las of 1575, reUtins to Ccrrecrr.
A Bui introdaced fcj Hob. S. 1$. Dole, aa Act to
Regvlafe the CorTesey aad a PetitioE presented
by lion. J. l!achard5on f roca the bonnes men and
refibents of the Havanan Islands, praying that
American Gold Coin be made the suadard and
tender for rxivment of all debts in thii Kingdom
and that Hawaiian aad Atserion filnr coins be
lisiled as tesal tender to fire Dollars.
Tocr Committee hiTe agreed cpou
to the A5etbly aa Act revalue the Currency
which they hare drasn ap and bereiith submit.
Tbi Act prorides for mating the cold coins of the
Tnited routes a staadird of raises, and a leal tea-der
xa ranaent of debts to all accoont?. For
tnc Hawaiian nlrtr corns and United sjute silrer
coins le$rd tender to the amosnt of Tec Dollars.
xur masinc au ouier cota ana surer coins
ante at theTreasaryat their bolBoniasad of their
j i i !-:. !- : .i.- it:.:,. r r.
nance, ia his discretion, the authority, vhenever
necessity for scch action shall arise to exchange
the salver cows, which may be in the TreAscry for
Cold coins. The Act reqtares the Minister of Finance
to exchange Hawaiian surer coins, for the
encarreat nlrer cutas, sot in the hands of the
people, at the aocunil varse of each respect! rely
end to arraaoe that snch snearrent com, shall be
replaced ia the Ireasary by cold coins-a That the
expense of this transaction shall be borne by the
Treasary and that the Act of ISO relninq to coinage
and the Act of liTS relating Currency be repealed.
The eeci of the Bill sabmitted by your
is beJieTed,will pre to the Krncdom a
valaets. which will be accurate,
steady and convenient, and at the same time ia accord,
with the standard in ose, by those nations,
with whom we hare the greater part of ocr
That it will parity oar money
circniation from the depreciated foreign silver coins
which are now in GSe. and which hitherto haTe
been forced cpoo as. cither throcch the ordinary
channels of trade or throtrh bein smarted ia.
That it will sirens a carreocy, which will asord as.
a soasd basis, for the bcyinc and selling of Exchange
at normal or immoderate rates and will re
more distiirbiatt elements which now emMrass the
wbote ranss ot badness transactions.
Yost Committee tberefors submit the
Act to Kegnlate the Cnrresey recommendm
its passage as a sabstitnte for the Bills referred to
them, which Bfll together with the Petition they
recommend to be laid on the Table. All of which
is resoeetfolly ssbautted. 1. Hon Sktth,
Jo. 21. Kirrjt jij
Minister of Finance.
The Chamber of Commerce Speaks No
The f oUowiag letter has bees addressed to the
Gorer&rsent by a Committee of the Chamber of
T Utt Eirtllemcj Mm if. Knfrna, ILt Hi.
WfNM ATfiy .V7wUfer Fiaaaee Sis: At
Year Excellency-" request we have the honor to
state the terms of the proposal we placed verbally
before Yoar Excellency this morning, for the
f adtitaiioa of the maiatesanos of financial equilibrium
in the earrency of the Kingdon.
We caderstaad that the members of the Chamber
of Commerce are prepared to undertake to accept
ana arcuiaxe surer OEXiincaxes aoove lea dollars
denominatioa as equivalent to gold, if the
will endertake to deposit a margin of six-Uen
per cent on all surer coins held against said
Provided, however, that the treasary will make
due pnmsioa for the redemption of the cerlincates
in gold on some definite and reasonable terms.
It appears to ns to be at the very foundation of
any sigtem that the holder of a certificate should
haTe absolute confidence in his ability to get gold,
in an emergency, for his paper. IVe therefore
snggest that the Government undertake that, in
the etent of the gold in the treasury being exhausted,
they will par, within a definite time from
presentation (say sufficient to enable the Government
to procure the gold, i all certificates in gold.
As a check upon indiacnminaie withdrawal of
gold we woekl propose that all applications for
redemption of oertmcates in gold be made, so far
as practicable, through one or two booses say
Bishop & Co, and W. G. Irwin & Co.
It is farther anderstood that the Government
will consent to the arcointment br the Chamber
of Commerce of a Committee as Aaditors of the
accounts known in the Treasury books as
of Deposits." and -Special Deposits,"
and that this Committee shall have access at all
times to the accounts and the coins represented
by them It is further agreed that violation
of the spirit of this agreement shall free all parties
concerned sronz iu pronouA.
We have the honor to remain. Your EiceUeccj's
most obedient servants,
J. O. Clans.
For Teto. IL Divns,
Tuos. It Wixaxs,
Committee of Chamber of Commerce.
Ho&orala, February "23, lfeo.
To this there has been no reply, bat a Etalexnex!
iMaW, has been published in the Government
Organ, which rs supposed to give some answer to
it- ibis statement bears no signatare, it is misleading
to the public, and cannot be relied oa
by tboee who addressed the letter to toe Minister
of Finance. This method of replving to so responsible
a body as the Chamber of" Commerce is
more than disrespectful. Tbe ambiguous reply
Wpraxis. It has been represented to His Majesty's
Government that much anxiety has been
awakened in the public misd as to the ultimate
redemption of the Treasury silver cerlincates
in Cnued States gold coin :
And whereas, the Government has already
placed on deposit the sum of 33,71 OC0 thirty-nine
thousand seven hundred and sixteen dollars
and sixty cents i as a guarantee for the cltimatc
redemption of such certificates as were represented
by silver, in Tailed Stales pld coin.
His Majesty's Ministers, in view of the public
interest, and in order to assure all holders cf
treasury certlScatea that proper security has been
provided for the ultimate redemption thereof in
gold coin, haTe now authorized and requested the
Minister of Finance to place ia the special deposit,
in addition to the alrer coin therein lying, and
represents the face value ot the oa Islanding cer
tincates not srovided for in cold, a sum eoual
to sixteen, per cent on the amount thereof, as a
for the coat ct exchanging said silver for
In accordance with thestid authorization aijd
request: the Minister of Finance will pay out of
the funds of the Hawaiian Treasury the sum
necessary to provide the said guarantee or margin.
And whereas, the detraction uf the Hawaiian
silver coin will necessarily entad a Berioos loss to
the tax-paying citizens :
And vstmvt. it it isrwssibte lo determine how
sicca otthe silver coin thooM be disposed ot hi
establish an eqaiRbriara et enrre acy, ettrrt fcy
His Muettr GoTemmect nrmvwe to inhmil
whole caestion to the nt Lrctslatare.
the Assembly lo determine whether eqilibrinin
between the sarrJjr of Cold and silTtr coins and
me need ier toe arc respectively in the circolv
tksi of the country daw cr doe not cxist,and also
wh.it steps shall be LiVrn to establish rcch
if foaad cot to exist, and for maintaining;
the se ia the latere, and how any ticra ct silver,
if fosnd to exist, shall be dmlt with.
Ia the taeaatirae. Hii Majesty's Government
determined to meet all oblaratioas and to
maintain the pwd credit which the roaatry has,
always heM. and to that end will always hold ia
lhTrtsry the coin accessary to represent in
fall all wUsandfafiTrrasary erti6catrs.
AtXKMAST IUu, February at, ISS5.
The Japanesa IaiDorert'
atw to TRSiarsorrxiuxiounarr.
The fctlowins rtmarta and rocsestioas. presented
by Gotamissioner Irwin, ia a memorandum
prrpArrd by hint fat the rnsKlent ot the Board
of Immkratioa. are pabtished for the asaistance
of employers ia dcalins saccessfally with the J.
runcse. and ia the hope that they may help to
vsid misanderstaadiajrs m1 to prevent irrieran.
ces from arisiaj; oa cither side :
sexue or ncvTOurnw.
Ucnolala, Febmary 33. 1SS5.
Sarrestiant as to the tnanafement ot Jaiwnese
coatract servaats and laborers :
I. The Jaruncs landed here from the City ot
Toiio are all tcaxnl farmers, and have not heretofore
been laborers in the ordinary sense of the
word. The suae system ot traaat fatminc in
ia Germanv aad ia the Vnited Kiardom ex
ists ia Japan. Most ot these men have had ttuir
f ia their families for over V rears,
originally pvea to their forefathers as rewards
tor military services daring; the lltvolation of
l&W These hcldincs they transferrrd, when
leaving Jama, to their Touncer brothers, or to
other members of their families, to be held for
themietrest. It thev lite Hawaii, and find them
selves well treated, their intention is to remain
here with their families. Men of this stamp and
the same may be said ot the Japanesti in general
may be "led by a silten thread" ot kindness; bat
they are not to be driven. The planter who troata
them as he would our American farmer, or &.
lish tenant -farmer, will find that during rains or
at other times of emergency, thy will work many
boars beyond the contract time, if it shoold be
ashed of them, withoat extra compensation; and
they will be f ouad willing to repair hit bouc or
their own qaartera ia extra hoars for anyone they
tile being, almost all of them, practical ordinary
carpenters. imd womsanu tioMs, and land-cess
to their children, will bring oat that loyalty
which is inherent is the Japanese
2. Ia rooms of the sirs required by
the Hawaiian Siatate law, two Japanese families
vcuasisting ot two veen and two women, with their
children, i or four single men, can live comfort-ably:
or they win be willing to live all together
ia oae or two large rooms of proportionate sire.
They do not reoaire any f araitare or beds or bedding;
bat it they are given some boards they will
mate shelves or bnreaas for their clothes.
3. Cooxtso. Each family, or two single men,
will rmairc a space of f oar feet square tor cook.
ing. This must be ander a wooden shed, protected
oaths raiay side from the weather. They have
their own cooking utensils. They will scoop out
spaces in the groand tor coolin;, and should have
some stones provided for them. They will also
I. Hot Witis roa Birmso. A supply of ten
'10) gallons tor each family, or five 1 5) gallons
each for single men should be provided It iron
tanks firewood and cold water are famished near
their quarters they will heat the water them-selves.
i. Link ros Vrjsrxuax Gikdo s. The farmers
from Hiroshima Ken and Yamagiishi Ken, in all
4C3 men 111 women, have agreed to work thirty
minates a day mort than the contract time if they
are given by their employers
aa acre to each man or woman, with seeds, to plant
vegetable gardens, "so doubt the remaining IS)
men aad at women will be willing to do the same.
G. Lrxis ox Founts. The employment of
as lanas over their fellow coantrymca and
women is recommended, and the dispensing with
all white men or natives in that capacity. The
Japanese havo elected for themselves one head
maa for each company of from tea to twenty-rive.
Those so elected are perfectly competent to act as
lana! or foremen, are honorable and trustworthy,
and while overlooViag the others will work themselves,
rcqairing no extra compensation unless the
cmplojer ees it desirable to give it.
Enaland. Rnssla and Mahomet.
The recent news from the Soudan is samsient
to set all people thinking, who take an interest in
tsniish xjaptre. feversesin Atnca will not be
confined to that region. Even the mrtial success
cf the Mahdi will be scEdent to stir the minds
and hearts of populations all over Asia. Indepen.
aenuyoi tne recent news mere nTe been lor
sometime past disqaieting reports from India.
It is not only the truculent aad di'Ioyal tone of
the vernacular press which causes naeasiness, but
a movement among the intelligent and influential
natives which is generally believed to reflect
iatrigae. Maay experienced
express the opinion that the coantry is ripe for
another rebellion, and not a few apprehend trouble
from the feudatory and iadependent native
princes, in the event of sach an uprising. These
native priaces have in their pay an aggregate of
s.uiw troops, ana possess saw cannon.
There are nf ty millions cf Mahometans In India
and in the event of a general aprisiaa it woald be
necessary for a great eSort on tbe part of England
to hold her own.
what further corapluates the matter is that
England woald not only have to reckon with her
own revolted subjects, but that llnssit is eloso at
hand togivo them assistance. During th past
twenty years that coantry has been steadily advancing
from conqest to conquest through Central
Asia. Covering her military movements with a
spedoas diplomacy which completely hoodwinked
her rival, she has absorbed Khanate after
has reduced tribe after tribe, until notr Af.
Charm tan alone separates her from India and
i Professor ,V?,kI in the Nineteenth Centarr
tiats oat that the prestige of ltassia ia Asia is
tnormoas, and of a kind especially lo Influence
the Oriental mind. The mixture of Eastern ferocity
with Western discipline and science which
characterizes itossian rule ua always been very
eilective. and her stubborn, irresistible advance
has awed the superstitious races in her path.
Lvery oae of her receat conquests has been dis
cussed in the bazaars nf Delhi and Calcutta and
Benares and Madras and Bombay, and the con
vietion that the White Czar is making his way to
a death-grapple with the Empress of India has
long since bees nrmlr established tboaghout Hin
The ease with which Kussia can act is further
shewn. The Caspian is now the starting point
for all Central Asian expeditions. A railroad,
built ia the first instaace for the purpose of controlling
the Akhal Tekkes, is being pushed for-ward
as rapidly as possible over the steppes.
says: At the very time I am writing this,
plans are maturing ia Bassian circles, not only to
commas the railway line between and
Ashkabad, hut to extend it from the former place
toSarakhs,andindue time to lav down the rails
between Sarakhs and Hat." The most difficult
part has already been constructed. What remains
is comparatively easy. And when this line i
completed from Michailovsk to Herat, according
to Yacbery, "the entire distance between the
eastern shore of tbe Caspian Sea and Herat, the
so-called key to India, can be made in forty-eight
boars at the most. In summing ap the entire distance,
it malts in this, that taking tbe westernmost
starting point, namely, Odessa, an army
can be thrown in six days from the south of llossia
into the interior of Asia without any great ex
ertion and without interruption.
The whole histoxy of llussia shew3 how enger
she is for conquest, and England's trouble will be
her opportunity. Their is however this to consider.
The Mahommedans of Asia though cowed by the
l'nssiaa arms hate the iron yoke of their task
master, and a general blaze in the Mohammedan
world woald be as likely to injure llossia as well
as England. The next news from the east will be
eagerly looked for by all who study recent history.
pasi:;. I'KTEIJ S.VXE & SOX
JjL have received Six more ELMWOOD" Derhihlre
isreedlsg fine at are la the United States or
Ecrope. These are the last ther will import tbit tea-tea.
ther have now only 10 --.AIST CLOUD' and
- ELKIVOOD'S ; rrmalalnz. Those who with to
tboald apply proaptly. lfEl It"
A V C R ' C Earsiparilh U a medicine that,
men o daring nearly 10 -fears, In all
put of tbe world, has proved its
tacy as the best blood c tnotrn
to tacdkal srifrnT,
genuine Honduras Exrsaparina) Is Its
base, aad it powers are enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stif-
Iurria, the Iodides of and
Iron, and other potent Ingrcdicnls.
ifj yoar blood vttiatetl by
' O of the Utgestlre and assimilatorrf
tlonsf is it tainted bv Scrofula? or
ilon It contain the poison ot Mercury
or Contagfoos Disease?
'aJiof physidins of the United
lilt ttatcs, who know the composition
of Atee'3 SirfipivTTv t, nj that
el- s good for the
tkm of the blood is trithln the tan-re of
flMI V ky 'he use of this remedy is It
UI1U I possible for a person ivbo has
corrupted blood to attain sound health
and prevent transmission of the de
ttrccUTC taint to posterity.
inelnda not only tbe removal of corruption
from the blood, bnt its enrichment
and the of the
DCI IADI C witnesses, all over the
nCLIAOLC. world, testifv that this
work U better Ly ATZR'3
Sansipuam. than by any other
Dl nnn tlut I
ease is made pare, acdtlocxl
weakaKd dimination of tbe
red corpuscles is made ttiunz, by
DIIDICVIUC lte Llood tal baiUin?
rUnir Tina up the require
time In eerioas case, bnt benefit!!
be derived lrom the tte of Arra.s
.sivf.iviirTVT mote than
from anything else.
ucniniUC for which like effects Jre
iTltLllblriC. falsely claimed. Is
la the market, tinder many names,
bat the only preparation that haittood
the test of ttne, aad proved worthy of
Or. J. C. Ayor A Co., Lowell, Mass.
ilz bottles for $3.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
ISO ly Sole Agents far the Hawaiian Illandf.
JfOIt JOK WOKK KXECUTEO IN
. the seatett style, call at OAZETTEOITICE.
Beretonia, Ale-ran der and
On Saturday, March 28
At IS e'cleek aeea. at lay Stlesieoias.
Unless Froviouslv Disposed of
by Private Sale, those
6 WELL CHOSEN LOTS
of Laad a Brrruaia. AKrxande; ,cmuaaaikHii aad
Vla(a. streets, aaaiaered t M a per rlto
at avy oatce. aa4 tt lae foltnwtBC
NV tIVrrtaU feet cwa, SJ fret froal;
l"lrt Price I,nsJ TO.
Sa. 3 feet aVpla, W fert front:
No. feet aVeta, rSVfert troat:
l"pet Prlee !W uv
Se. art-Ik. Wlfftfnx,t:
V-wet $w av
-au fart kll.,"s frrt
twas: Vpset lTke st. in.
No. 6Maiau !'.' frrt 4wk. w fert
treat: lwt IVlee SUVV W.
Ttinte Lt aajola Sir. PtUlfrea.m. ea the Wetera
title, aad are aaoat taree atlaatef walk Xrvn the reganr
caialbas roale ta Paaaatm. and on thr line nf the pro.
poed ttreet rallaay. Py Mr.WIMer,
rare artelaa watee will be faraUhed it lew rttrs.
TBeatlrhrrte.tis vnv Bteatant,aad the rare firth
fcreeao frtrat altaoa alltT. nate the Kvttlim a
me tenat oi i&otie am tc tae taaie as loose already
Long Terms, Low Interest
la tan vear.
la three years
With Interest at Seven porCent.
Th4 ptaas are at avr store, tall aad tec taem, and
select a Let at oaer, as I expect ta dtsrotc ot thrm all
before day o( PaMie stle.
I WILL ALSO I'l'lEl: at the Male tint, laalrt
oW aad roa the SAMK FAYOIUKLG
KltMs 'OF PAYMENT, oae foarth cash aad bt'jtate
le 1. 1 aad : yean. TI1KKE
Kapiolani Park Lots
Jf ot a - I j , it price $ a w
- I - 1 1MW acrw iipsrl pr itr HW
"o.5 i li IWkks fenced, opet peic U 10
!9t9aU0 KllAil.i.fOf,tlitTflIj pppoltc
the irWe of Cecil lrcns. E aad :. dis
Unce from the CIro.
Aiteia av(r ca c oUiBl frm tke buIb cm
es Decd$ at prtl.art eipea.
WW E. T. ADAMS.
ihe PrPFvrtyof CLAIS bTKECKELb, Esq.
I will offer at Public Auction, od
Saturday, Maxell 28th.
At it o'clock boob, at my salesroom,.
Unless Sold Previously at Private Sale
FINE RESIDENCE LOTS
OS DOLE. ALESANDEH .VXD DIXGIIAM
LOT So. 1- Alexaadrr Street Utl feet by JO feet; V
LOT So. 2 -Pole street KB rcet by lai feet; Upset
LOT So. 3 -Dole feat bv 128 feet; Upset
Price I,K ca.
LOT So. feci Vy 138 feet;
LOT So. Street-"- feet br la fett:Ulv
KtrrlceJI.ewa'. . ,-
One-Fourth Cash, Balance in 1, 2 and 3
Years, with Interest at 7 per Cent.
C" A plan of the property can be foaad at lay office,
where every lotenaatiua will be riven to panhttert
and lots can be (elected atoaee. irta desired without
waltlog for the public tale.
1DO I. 1 . .M1?IN, Aiic.'r.
Dy Order or HENRY It MACFAI.LANE, E5i. I will
offer at PabHc Auction, oa
Saturday, March 28th
At 12 o crock, noon, at wy fraearvon.
Unless Previously Disposed
of at Private Sale,
Those Splendid Lois on the Corner of
. Bcretania and Piikoi Streets.
labdiTidcd ju folkrwi Into Hr-- Lots, aad at the
foltewiBS Vpeet Pricca, from wbkh there
caa be o Tariatroa:
Lot feet Vr 131 feet, DieUaU Street; npet
LH S-WI fe by 1W faet, DerctaoU Mreti; uneet
Lot ft, by 139 feet. Brrctanla btreet; opeet
Lot Khwa bireet; upset price
LH feet by IM feet. Beret d, a i:trett apeet
Lot 6-W) feet by 1 feet, Kiiiaa Mrt; npm price
Lot 7-W) hrt by ftet, wltt (b UtribifBga thtrecn;
apeet pHcc ttK
rti, by Bptet
-K- feet by 191 feet, Vour J Ueet; pet pttce
ft by im feet, DeeeUMfa street; ppeet
price j ISO.
LotI,rVifertbr,a'feetTYoB"fffcfeel; ? Price
The vuper Jot were Mixbaeal by Mr. MacfarkBe
fcrareMeBce.aifrtlepi7oeof iapraTeoent ft
ha had preat eare at present
It la well corered by a hre variete of treet. aa well a
a draice collectleti ef pluu and fteitert. all Id bloom.
the trait aad atudt. Urea will be faod the
TraTeler Tree, tbe Kojal I'alai. the Wine I'alai. the
Lemon Tree, tte Faa I'aha. tbe Cocoaoat. the
Oranze, the Poaciaaa Jtegia.. the Maadatin Oranze,
the i'lz Tree, the Allizator I'car. the Alzexoba and
other. In Koei and Ftowera there are a great rarfety,
which matt be eeen to be appreciated.
Water plpee are laid oa In cadi of Lotf No. I to 7.
InelatiTe, aad X feet of reach any part of
them. The lo-U arc tltaated jaet In tbe centre of
the Kalaokahaa Plain., on the principal ttreet leadlnz
from Honolcla,aadaie witbta twetiy min o tea walk
from town, as welt a beta? npwa the omalbat route to
I ball etfer tba vat very favorable terma for
Cash, and Balance in equal
Payments of 1. 2. 3 and 4 years, with
Interest at Seven per Cent.,
Secured by Mortgage.
Thii of payments, and low rates of f ntcrctt,
allow one far a cvmparatlrely rmall mm aannany
paid far years, to become the owner of a beaatlf al
Partite deiliiac lota nut make early application, it
we hall sell at print e sale to thote who Aral apply.
Plans of the property can be seen at my office
fc7 Deed a pure ha expense,
1014 & V. ADJLns. Anefr
Route and Time Table.
steamer" ktnau af
KINC, Commnndor. ef
.VIII leave llenotala rxh Taetday tt I r .11 . for l.
htiat MhIi. Mltma. Mthaloaa Klwtlhte,
aad HlKv Leave lllto Trl.- tl aeon,
teathlac at ihe time ports oa marn. arrlvtis back
Mtanltvt tt t P. M,
r.tstaUKI5 Tit MS from Slitll will leave etch
lTHty at IP KlataatMiha.
The Kl.ta WILL TUUCIt tt !lnkalt t,d patahta
??.''" '"" ' ftmgm. If tltatl It mtde froat
tStMKtrKlBt will M utr hetty frrlsht ft
Laapthwhnr - Llhl rrrlcht aad ptrttrr anlv. All
heavy frtlthi for ihe atxTc be itkea hytht
Lehaa tad K:itaea Ilea.
Ideate llnnolala rrtrr Mm1i at i t v - iv.a.
nalUkal. KahalnL Keaaae k
.Una, Mvalutls anil Naa. Retarainc will tm at tbe
lutf port attlf tnr hack ?HT.rdj taoralnsa,
and pa? rt.ftr mlr.
Letve UonoWIa vath Moodty, tt 1 r. M. tor
Kohtulele OoktU, Kahalao. llraiohtBt.
lltkiUnthd Uetcralag will arrive
back rich Mtnnlty
STMR. KILAUEA HOU,
U Ul Wave UonoUla eacl, wt. tame port
Leave lldaolllu nth fnr KaomUlil
Kamakxn laVrttx Mtunai. IhUw, VtUnv IVIc ktinn
and Kaiaapapa. trtatam each eTenlns;.
Compaar will not b foe Mir
ftetcM oal reeelptnl fr. not for
basit mlr plalatr matlI. ot rrponIlile
for monrj we jewelry pUeed in tharxe of the
AH pvwsiblr tare will be Ukm of Ure Stock. Imt ;he
will n-; of accident.
i It, ltlK. pceretarr.
OKFICK C 'ttier Fort and tjneen Stteew
Honolila. cpt ID. .sst. tot
TIME TAILS OF MM
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
. rTiTTVI. I,'JL'33X.
Steamer "W. G. HALL"
Leave-, Honolulu for Mnalaca, Kona
ami Kan, on
T"?'tT,J"i'nr7l3 tt Ipm
iTlotv, ....at I pin
Meadiy. February: I Ipm
W ednetilty. Ftbmary II ttlum
March 3 atlnm
I rtoty. Msrch 11 it Ipm
.,.uuuaj. ........................ ......at i p m
Arriving at Honolulu on
. . ..............
Friday. Jinn-try JtJ. ..at 3 nrn
ntrdaT, FebrnaryS at 5pm
Thursday, February W it 5pm
Mtardiy, S5 , , . at 5pm
Taeday, March 1U , at5pm
Friday, Mirth 3) atSpm
Snndjy, Marti, -TJ .., atSpm
LeavMtvtryTCESDAT.tta p.m.. for Xtllllil.
hoioa, iwleeie anl almea. lEetnrnlne. leaves Htw
win rvcTTc.ii.rin.ii cvrnms: ery
Leares Honolulu for llamoa. Kukathaele, llonokaa
and Paaahaa, on
Jaaaary ... at Ipm
15 ....at Ipm
Tuesday. J i unary -T ....at 4pm
rrldir. FebrnarTf ....at 1pm
February It ....at 4 pm
1 ridir. Febrnarr 27 ....at Ipm
Tae'day, Marth If ....at 1pm
Friday, Martha) ....at! pm
at Unnolnra on
Wednesday, Jan nary 1 1 ... . at 6 a m
?aiaruayrfannary zi.. it sam
Wednesday, February 1 , at Sam
MtnrtUy, February 1 1 .ati m
WednewiaT, February S , at if am
Satordsy. March 7.. , at6am
Wednediy, March 13 itkim
atarday. Marches. at ft a m
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
MACAU LAY. Commander,
Lcarea llnndnln cTery SATCKDAVnoon for Walanae,
Hanalet, Kilauea and Ilananauli. J'etarnio; Irares
llanalel CTery Wednesday at 3 p. m.. touch in at
CTcryTharsdaymornlni, artUinsbaet the same
Stmr. JAS. MAKEE,
IrcaTes Hotioialti FRIDAY, at 9 a. m., for Wala-Ina
and Kapaa. Kapaaexrry Monday
at 4 p.m., touching at Watalna erery Tuesday
mors Inc. arrlrioc back the same day.
cer OFFICE of the Compao). too', of KUanea Street
near tbe 1'HbHWharr.
lIoRolula. January 3. 15. 191) u
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE H0H0LULU FOR SIH FRUCISCO
On or about Monday March 15,
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Tin: M'u.'imn ri.i"finiiii
On or about March 21st, 1885,
For rrrlfbl and PaMace, apply to
loeic II. ..litou.
UowiK lor .Hlilpmrut per ftleamer ran now
be Moral, Free ol Cliar&re, In lb
lTarrlionte near the ftteamer lTharf.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week
From few Vork every Wetlntulay,
From Daton erery Sainnluy,
RATES OF PASSACEx
So, and 10O li.ld
lieerdln; to Accommodation.
UKTL'It: TICKETS ON FAVORABLE TERMS.
Meeraae. .. , 2 Currency
Good ceommodttiont can alwtv. be teenrrd an ap
plicallnto WILLIAMS DIMOSIl CO.,
J At-. ALKIASUEI!,
VI State Slrret, Cotton,
TERNOX H. BROWS fo,
4 Bowlln; Green, New Vork
Notice to l'aitenrert from Amlrtllt, New Zealand
tnd Honolala TheCnsird Llncanordl morethaa ntaal
facllltlet to tbroncb piatmreri from Traat.Paelflc
pcrtt, the frrnaeaey of lu talllnzt preclndlne all pottl
t3Qood accommudallont alwayt mewed.
VERNON II. BROWN CO..
I'"5Ir t Uowllo: Green. New York.
rpiIK rXUKItSIGXKD HAS THIS
JL day been Appointed Attlrnee of the Ettate of
S. B. Stoddard, a bankinpt. AH pertont Indebted to
tild relate are hereby notifled to make Immediate
ta me at my onicr. W.C.PAIIKE,
Chung Lee Partnership Notice!
NO MON--WAH, OF OOKAI.A,
It no tonirer jl member of the arm af Chonx
Le Company of tild COKALA. and hat no rlthtlo
collect debt, or ratke contraett lor tald Camptny. hav
in:astlcned to Ibeotherpartnrrt, allbitlntrreiiiheTe
In. Thetald Ccmptnylt not retpontlb'efor tnydebri
or ol tald Sz Hon Hah.
UcmoliIii.il. I.Feb. taaJU
CAtuiir'tn thk ma.
wtllta lllttdt tathaaulKvaf Uat
la nf.4 ht.lattt la lloMHIa, MhhI at Oaw,
krtM tome la aad wj tha ' attba harar. oa. m
rav Chtmbrrt, la Itmelala. aa rRtftAT. Mare tt.
"TSSA, it to a. a.
Ad tt It farther M4ere4 Umj era. atM ty Mta
credltert ntyprocetd a.traM Hta ewatteaaf iaa.
llaae ar atalraeet af tahl taakraat attata. aad tail
avalee hertaf be paMlthed lax llai .a tav njtwtnta
IHtcl lleneNl.. Mrrh M. -.
a. . itm.
tM lltxae Stmi, pvsaav Cteta. a
SurrJKMK eouuT tmk ma-.
.. "?.'? J.,.,l,,,,- u "H " Matey
cni'S LOCK. nfr Mr. JaMka Aatda.
Chaa Leek. iMac Tmtlaett la Itiaslalw. lata af
Otha. hl; this dty heea tajailtttlai baatraat aa
hit m i pttlilot. t tt hereby aravrrd that all tralhat.
taM btakrapl come I aad ptave ia.lt tltlatt
ae.tl mrChtmbert.la llaatrfara. oa THCIMBAT.
Mttth ml.. la, at M a. at.
Aad It It farther wdned Umi aaaa atM day ta
errJHar. ty pr-wd M haM lUVhaaaa af aa
w anlcaees at mM baatrwM atalla. tad thai
tltltm aad thwe tinea ia laa Pair. IHIMtwaew
lata) Ittnalala. Mtreh at, I.
Attt BSSJ . AUSTIN.
CVWtKSIK COUUT OF THK HA-O
wtllta rr.ltlt. la th atattar at
dretattd. At Chtmben, btfaet Mr. JatUta AaaUa
Uarndlaeaad Flltaata IXIIhn ,a ateaamHaf
Pit M Dtytaa. Aamlalttratat af th. K.uta af Jaatl J
Wrlh. Ul. of ltaaahtla. Otha. areaated. whereta ha
t.ll. la be allowed JJBJI. and rharata alaitalf wtth
flVI.il, id,I a.tt thtt the ua mat he titaratd sad
tad thtt a latl enter but be au4t at JtM.
hatlaa af ihe prvprTty trwulalac la hit aaada In la.
perttat Iherrta rntltled. aad altrbtrrlae hlaj aad hit
ttrtttet rram all farthtr retaoattbllltv at .arh Aaatl.
III. -d-td. thaiTlirisnAT, Ike 1h day ( April,
.:.,,;.,,SQ M ' "lotk M- "'
(.'htatWet. la thafatn Una.., M
ITmrttl, be tad th tint hn.hr a aplalated a.
m,l thtl all pettoat Ialerutr4 la. Uta aad !.
tftarihty hatr. why the uavt
hH net be tut any amaai r,M.a.
tt ta who ar entulfd ta atrd ataaart. Aad that IMa
dft. la the EailHb Haiaata. aaanthai la th
ifiii,i".,tUl!,7T. ,;r"ltr' rhit ami
lleaolala.fat Ihret tateatitta watht raavtatt
to theUraa therrla appolBttd far
DtttJttIIotiol.lt. rt.ItUSnltl3lrta A.0 HPS.
I1KSJ. II. AfSTTt.
Attttt: J . Saarran, Can.
and of Sale.
T- ACCOItDACK IVITII A
JL rr of ttlt ensUlBed la a certain by
A K Kanalahra of naaraala, Itltad of Otha. ta tltatt
April sad. A. D. IWI, ratotaVd la th
amee af the Rrrlttrar at Caataraaee. la liber V at
rallo asd IM. Natka It arraby la atM
iBtnds la farrelai atta. atainaai far
bntkra, to aaavaatateM af taatmt
tetarrdbyrtMsmtaaa. aad apaa aM famlaaar.
wllltrllatpabHcaattlmi, at Uw S.antaai stir
Adtmt, la Mid llanantlw. aa SATCRDAY. lb 4th aay
at April. A. I), rwa, at K M af alt a.j. la pcvailai
tt tterlbed In said at bvlaw .Beclaaa.
Faithtr paitlealtri eta he had a Rnsir A
ros. H"tSV DI5IO.MI,
Hcnolala. Mirth 3d. .V. D. tSSl.
lalrrrtt of A K Kaaaltkea la in faHowlac aaatrlaal
Itodt. to nil :The Ahtaaaa of WalaMa, titatte la tha
Dl.trtct at KoobahM. Jtlaadaf Otha. aad aaarrtafd
la Land t'ommitttan Aatrd a. ia, tad ta Rayal Pal-rat
No. Jt). A certain ptrcrl of laad aa BemaBta aad
lUchtnltttrrrtt inMldllaaolBla. deajrlard la Rayal
P.lfnl No. 11(1 and Laad VmaMlHlva Award !. HI.
Tha Ahapaaa ur Kaa, Wttrlct f Koaa. lelaad of
lltwiU, detcrlbed la Laad CaatailMtcn Award la U
IT. The Ahapaaa of Kakata. tllaalr at Hlln, l.laad of
Hawaii, described la Keytl No law. Award S
bill. The Ahapata at Uiali ia Ml.l Hlla. dranlatd ia
Award No, SajU. The Ahtpaaa nf Waiaka, tltaat at
Soath Koo.lt. ItUad af lltwall. aRtcrlbed la Rajal
Pttrnt The Ahtpaaa of Paaocha. Mlaat at
Knat, ltltnd of lltwtll. ttetetltajd la Moral rtteat to.
PM. Land known at Mils. 11 Lahaiaa. Utt ad of
Xtnl. tnd destribed ia Koyal Paltnt No. 77. Award
No. "itt. Land known at Kapanakra. at Lahaiaa. Inland
af Mini, and described la Rayal Pi leal He, BTJ
Awtrd "Nil. "IcM. Ltnd known at Maaaakat la atld
LtnaiBs. ana urscnoeii la llayai -to. RT7.
Award So. 11S1 Tbe Ahapaaa at Pnoa, tltaata ia atld
Lthtlna. dr.cribed la Award Me. -Sen. TViAhaaaat
nf laQBot. tttntte In said Lahaiaa, aad JtKtlbta la
Royal ratrnt No. 1MT, Award No. 13. Laad kaawa
at On, titaate In WallnhB. Itlaad of Maal, aad
In liojal rateat No. aUL Th Ahaaaaaof
Htlehlkn. .Ilaataat Iltmaknalaa. Itlaad af Maal. aad
described in Itoval ratrnt So. wm. Antrd S.. "Oil.
Laad known at Pasha!, oa toe Island af MoMul
Land known t. Knatnetaal, titaalad la IlaaolaJa. aad
detcrlbrd In Rojal I'ateat No. aHT. Award No. m.
Land la llonnlnla known at th felly Plact, aaacrlatd
la Itnytl Patent tn. a. Land la Hoaehtln haawn at
Lqaktht, described In Koral Patent ?io. . Award
a- rartlcnltrscnncrmtac !H : tid land win Nt
clven at the time of th tale. ICQI id
raptcy. In tte matter of CltAHLBS U ILLI AMy.
a lUnkropt. Before the Chief Justice.
Un reading and Alias; the sworn petition ufHurlr
niliam. a a In; to te adjndpnl a Bankrupt, and V-a
toj: declarnt him a bai.Xn.pt,
It Is ordered that all creditors of said baaknit appear
and prore their claims before the lion. A, T Jaod
Chief J oi tier of theSepreme Coartat AlhoUni Hair
In IIonolo.ti,Oahtt, npoaTCBSUAT. tbe Third day of
Mirth, W a. m. of thatdar: aad It Is nrderrd
tnii a nouce to me cmntors oi mm oananipt to come
In and prore their claim before the Chief Jostle at
the time and place aforesaid be nabrlshed In the lit
wjittas tf airrri and Uireetlmea ia tbe Daily Dolrrtln
i. is lanan vrverea uu ne junin
srrre notices by malttas same postpaid directed tu th-creditors
of said Charles Williams al their reapectitc
places of residence or the post osnee aeacaet tberrto. i
appear and prore their claims as aforesaid.
Dated Honolulu. Febmary tW. l-.
. F. JCDD.
Attestr Chief Jaslice or the npremr lourt
Wiujia Fotc. Clerfc. iw it
StJTJtKMK COUH.T OF THK
Itltndt. At Chtmbrrt la the nutter of
IhelUnhrapteyof ALU'inrLAC KOOS TAIL Before
Mr. ,.- , m
Tan) bn.Iaet as a merchant
In Hi mln. and at a rice sremar at Kalaiiaa. la Kvi
tnd of Othn. barlnr thl day been adjad.calrd
btnkrnnt on hi. nwn n.lltlnn ic i. ftvreay otarml
thai ill creditor! of raid baakrant IB i
their culm, before me. at bit Chamber!. In Hon.,1
on SATl RDAT. Febrnary "Sth. lesa, al 10 ocloct t. m
And It It f nrthtr ordered, lhat it It o'elocK of tll'l
day. the crrdlton do prftend to hold aa Kleetloa of in
at'jmre or ar of taM baahnrnt etute. aad thtt
notice hrni'l be pabltthed dally la the P. I. adaeniwr
and Dally IJnlletfn, an, once in the Ilawaiux t, jirrrt
Oiled llenolaln, Feb. 2Mb. 1S.
. . L.WKESCB
Alletl! Jt.tkr Saprrmr foart.
Hivar HtllH, fletk. nn II
SUIMtKMK COUKT OF THK
Itltnda. In Prabtt la the mailer of the
Sttlte f SAMVEL CIIE.NBRT DAMM. eraaVj
Order appointlnx time for Probate af Will and
pabl'catkm of natke of tha tame.
A dwnment, b the latt Will aad
SimaelCbentry Dtmon. deeeaatd. hat la
on the of Ftbroary X D. KW, beea nmeat3
to tald rrnbtte foart, and a petition for th Pratatr
there of. tad for the letaance f Lettert Tettaawataty
to Si marl Mult Damon, h.ilni been ltd by tald
It It hereby oidrrod, thtt FRIDAT, th nk day
ot March. A. l. 1-WS. at 10 a'eloek a.at. of add day, at
the Vonrt room of taM Coat I. at lloaolaln, la th
iiunu pi vun, or. aau in atta it frereay
ulkv i.b in., pit,,,. na win aaa avanai
taiu appucaiion, wneaanawnr 11, n,i,.. I.I I
mty appear ana contetl Ihe ttW will, aad the artntlaa
of lettert trttamentarv.
It It farther ordered, thtt notkc thereof be given by
pnhlleltlon, for three teeeeetlve wash, lu th
Utirrrr. a newtpaper ptlated aad pabllthrd
Dated llonolnin, II. I., rrbaary nth, A. V. 1SA
A. V. JVDD,
Atlett Chief Jattleaaflh Sapreate L'aatt.
Htanr Sarra.Depnty Clerk Hta tt
Mortfja?ee'iNotic8 of Intention to Foreclose.
NOTICE IS HEIIKHX GIVKN'
that pnrsatnt to a power af tale eoatatacd ia a
certain mortcace Deed, dakd Saplemhrr Ulh. A. l.
nude bv Klitabelh Shaw ac tSdataad af lloao.
Inhi. Itlaad of Othn, to . Fnnteaaa of the imprre of
tlermatiy, of record In the oOce af tha Kerunar af
Conreyancet In liber id, oa paaes SH, 9B and aat, aad
by the tald C. Farttenan daly attltraed totourphea
- pence ot London, England: and for a breach at the
eondtttont la tild mortvaK detd eoauiaea, 1.
non-payment thereof, that all and tlaamlar th
land, tenement! and heredllanenu in tald
deed contained and detcrtbad. will, after Ih UOM
limited bylaw, be told at Pnbllc Aaetioa, oa aoeoaal
of the breach of the condition! at hereinbefore Mentioned.
The prop.rty in tald movtaace deed aatcrlbad hla(
tltute it at Wither, Itlaad of Maal. and belai aa
half of the Und deterlatd ia Itortl Paleat 5.
1131. Land Commltilon Award No. 7: aad abo. thai
cenala liroperty ttlaate on Palace Walk In aatd
tdjolnioz the Uttraek! and belaa a aortlaa of th
-Old ltoyal Stbool PrrBltei.' 3. Si'iSwt gR,
Dy hit Ally, ta fact. A. Jaeger.
i. ten. itaowx, aiierney tor anvarer.
IHted Ilonolala. Feb. A A. P. fa. 1161 Jt
Foreclosure i-of Sale
TX ACCOItDAXCEAVITH A
A. ef of itle contllncd In a certain aralem ttade by
W W Weed and wife U thirl. T Oalick. oatad tha lit
day of Jane. recorded In liber , page iW: notice
It hereby given thtt tald martaag Inteada to
laid mortgage for eoaalttoa broken, and apaa
tild fflrrclotnra will teltlt Pnbilc Aactian at Iha Sa!t
roamtof EPAlamiln lronolnln, on MONDAY. UK
ltlh dty orMirih, of atld day, the
deKrlbed In tald mortgage at betow tweciflea.
Fnnher parUtnlart eaa be had af w It Cattle. A I
torney at Law. CUAIILES T OL'LIl'K.
Premltei to be toM ir tttaalcd In Lahaina. on th.
Itland of Mini, and contltt af a 8n boat lot of C-IW
of aa acre witha tnbttantial ht thcreoaaaii ill lb.
appartcnincea necettary t. a caatfartabl hoate. Thl.
lot It the time tet fortn la Itortl Pilrat irrr,. L. t. a
1-17 to Kaalla. mat It
Mori 5a -fee's Sotice or Jt of Sale.
TN ACCOHDAtfT: WITH A
et of tale eontaioed In a certain mot tcage marl by
X Kaawa to C 8 Bartow for tb. I O O F, aaticard h t
T Onliek, dated the Hh dty of Septerabrt. 1917. recorded
In llber &t, pieca: aatlce It brrehr given
that tald mortgigee Intcndt to fareelot tald
for condition broken, and npon taM fatacaaara will
tell it Public .taction at the Salearnan! af E P Ailim
In Honolulu, oa MONDAY, tb lh day of March. It-.
at 13 M. of tild day, theprenlara detcrlbrd In ndd
mcrtgare at below rpeclaed.
Farther ptnlcnlan can be had af W It Cattle. Attorney
at Law. CHARLES T. Ul'LICK.
Attigaee of the MortgaTt.
rrrmltei to be loM are tltaated la Pnaalan.
Oahn, aad conjlit of on aad aa.hajf art af aaa
Kalo and rice land with a f mall howte lor, atiac Iha
premltet tet forth In lloral Patent 1SI In L. C. A. (HI
toKnkannnlml. im B
5otIceof or Sale.
PS ACCOKDAXCE "WITH A
of rale contained In a certain nwwiawtc taade bv
S W Koalwa to C S Bartow tor the I O 0 1. itagaaltr,
CT!allck,dalel the 31th day at Aaga.,'t'".facaraad
neuci nry given lhat taht
mortarase inttndt la foreclo. raid atartgag far can-
dltloa prakrn. and apon tald farcdotara will tell at
Pnblie Anetion tt th tateiraaai! of K P Adaw. la
lloaolnln. oa MONDAY, the ldh dty f March. Hea.
at li M. of tald day, the prrmlte ileterlbed In tald
mortgtge aa below tpeelaed.
Farther panlcnlirt can be Kid af W 11 Cattle, At'
lomey at Law. CHARLES T. trLI0K.
of tte Mortgagee.
Premltet to b totdare titatttd in Kapaka.
Itland af Oahn. and contitl f
lit J Kalo or rice patch! and a aantc !at caalaialaa
n-vu acr at let fotth la Iloyil Paleat I IB hi L. C. A.
UKM to Ntknina, and
tnd 3 Kilo patch, and a Doom lot eoaulalag I li
acta at let forth In Royal pateal KM. In L. C A. 1W
toPooa. WW u
Hortgagee'iHoticof 7orecIosure & of Sale.
TK ACCOIU1AXCK WITH A
er of itle contalaed In a certain mortgage made by
Moepano lata to V s Darmw for the I u u r. aaalgned
to O T Oalick. dtlrd Ik 2d dav of Mann. ISIS, re
eoraea la liber St, pig 362: notice it nvrtvj given thai
tald mort'raxee Intrnut to fofeeloMi tald noritag iar
enadltlon broken, aad Boon laid fortefosar win toll
.1 Pablie Aactlon at th Stlrtroonta of E P Adam. In
Honolala, oa MONDAY, the lth day of lltrth. Wa, at
U U. of laid day, the premliea dncribed in said mort.
gaze at below tpeelaed.
Farther partlcalalt can be had of W B Catllt
t IIARLXS T (.t'LK.K.
Attlgae ot Ihe Mortxtgi -
rrrmltei fa bo told ara illnatn ia Iliio Hawaii,
la Urn Wtlaaka PlantaUaa of I ;jlt
" "J. " ."if?" 8" tf k ,IH,- D"-"S "ii a""'
tet forth la Urtnt Ml to lira. Via 4t