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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 05, 1886, Image 3

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PORT OF HONOLULU.
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IMPORTS.
Y iflff,irrWSBcww,DfC il Cars
, , ,ku.i.rp and HiniBlff.
. - ..SSvW.Jw LadylJoweu. Dec 30
T-r 1-Hftf-nfi. lr Aarlki. Jan Canto of
f . -Licles
EXPORTS.
! 7i Unnehc tananac dome flic Til.
r j 1 m -it-en. t Eoreka, Iee l-5 tons
11 L-nct JWirtnAe Vaa.al domrtir Talne,
r-i r - i -c i p Era, fan 2S-WZ3 Vi cnar
PASSENGERS.
r- i. JIu.Lii- Jcr Leans, I 2S A OUo and fast-
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ivtr- aol if- A WiUtj. Jjfea Coabett, 2 U hlutr.
-wsn' bi Hawaii. tcxKinan. Hen hio
Pari' Hr- J' Rastifcra. llw II Kalbolaaf. Caju f
NmI.iu MwBENMWdtulloa II il Whitney. A
TtnN. RSlliirkMJ II Urafcamand v. Wr W
M i.iCrd. f II Aortta, A JatfcMB. lira Rflnni, Rro
? rank lu v sarin. j Jttsrra ana ii uow, w
Bro-l.-rh-tHi
rn. M"..i.a-. j'rt Jk Makce, I a lion II A
FrIUikua. Hiisii. ffr Letai, T)xO)-V Ii Ca-
rV-re r in Timcwnd, per AMlia. Jaa SJ IlaBk
Cnch-'n 1- and foercUdft,awliIri3I Jliloore.
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. 011.' n a.u 2 a. Xlaa H0a LWob. Ilea
k . l .t. lion II 31 Uanl hm owlrtn.
M2 1' I mi' in. Mim EaaaMCtark. 0 L AadrnoB.
' h' i NaJr ad wife, MIm E IMollln-tr,
. 1 AhMa.CBWtK(riMarTKakl,
. M - !it IlarWs, Mla I Hhodr. T W
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t t Rata i-f i K BifBop. Jao S-Jamca tiaj, SIh
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i v.-t; o- SvuiL O TIdoo, Y il bonia, DiprJ-
r s, W i -I Hawaii. jktWOIUIL Jan 1-E P
f l.l. kt ft- asd cbtfd, AHa, and 3S drck
r ,n i t't-rianlrr. JaaS-lIa WE Koarll,
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DIED-
ii-AJ Wkinia. Eanal, l 3JUt,lW5- Fiuna
r. ftl Syrwr audTs aaoallit; andoo Irc.?Tth.
i i- IttBKtXT, ard II BMMlfa; ttotb tout of
tl aftiiXaryKarllMoU.
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian lalaniU
January Term. Beginning Jannary
4th. IbSC
Nci mask. Attoraej-GeneraL
IUwaius Jest Criuikiu
We Liii vs. Ilala. Auaolt vith direruoi
njwc Attr (ieol. for Crowu.
1 hiU tb. Hale. TUmitecinc UuKuar.
;t Oeul. lorCtuwn.
HlVilUS JPES-ClTIU !
i oalutu a.ri"fa. Oac GaaUofordrfcndAQt. ;
ttitJoalo Habrfona. Ejfcttimit. Kmoej
i-Thnn for defrodaot.
Ka .im&Iaui ts. UmL EjKtmeot. IkJo fur dc
itndact.
alal&Ui ts. robL KjrctmcuL Kinuey A IVlor
fcon for iJamtiff : Momarrat & lliuretoa fur de-
Muitbtrrol luWnor a Kavaiaui. Aiuamiibtt.
V tiunc far defendant.
MiuiUrr of Interior vs. Camuiuisi. Assumpsit.
lutmc tor drfrodaut.
Minister of liiUmor tb. CumaaitiKo. Aswumpit.
M iaunz for defendant; OmIU for plaiutiff.
Kubroaou va.hrtwoTioh. A&samiMt. ILatdi for
defendant; Jvoamaon, Whitia& llickerton for
4iunttfl.
llonm t. Holt. AtetuapeiL. WuiUni for de
tead.tnt. KiniMiy A 1'ofcersvafor idatntifi.
Nnkttaiiu&uo Tb. Aebui. Assumpsit. Kinory A
rctcmonfor dcffi.dant; Acbford A Athford for
plmli!I
ijtaavi.Uiim.tud. 1readi of trooiic. J. Ada
ud for defendant; Kinney & l'ctersoa for iUUiliff.
Mana vs. Alioua. lectment. Hatch fordefen
uauI: Dole for iitaintiJl.
Awa vs. liornor. Kjctnieiit. Kicncy A, leter
soofDrdeluidaDtburitoi Jlosa for plaintiff,
Autord Ti. litoomb. AsscmjiL Aahford A
Atdiford for defendant; Kinney A; l'etcra-m foi
plaintiff.
rOBEIGX JCET -CEIVUCIL.
The King ts. Kn TaL 0 rosa Cheat. Alt j. GcnL
(or Crown.
llio Kin t. AhJ'iu. Secret nocicty. Atty.
Ocnl forCr)n;UatcUfor plaintiff.
FQBXIUX JCET CITIU
Mim&ter of Interior vs. Cocper. A&samp&iL
WLmng for defendant.
Aostin tb. Michela. Trover. Austin, Hatch for
defendant; Tfcorstoa for plaintiff.
Horner vs. bpreckeia. Aasampsit. Aastin. Polo
(or defendant; Xeomann, Hatch for plaintiff-
4-arta-nsut vs. Ittsbop A: Co. Trover, lirown
for defendant: Hatch for plaintiff.
rtiiUips tb. Waller. Damage. Ncuman for de
fendant; WLitinc for plaintiff.
t 1. 8. X. Co. vr. Thomas. Assumpsit. Tlinrs
ia for defendant.
Mitchell vs. Oakley. Assumpsit. Uickerton for
tk-fendant.
Minister of Interior tb. Auiu. Assumpsit.
H hitinc, rimith for defendant.
M unlock ts. Wiloui, Auampalt. Kinney A
t'i'tcrson for defendant.
CarlvriRut vs. lioffnucc Sicial Ifisue. Castle
tor defendant; UicLerton for plaintiff.
txsoa.
Sbipman vs. Nawahl, Appellant. Exceptions.
Cattle, llmrfiton Jor defendant; Ntoroann, Kin
ney A lVterson for plaintiff.
N HopACo. vs. JbUlicKworUi, Appellant. Ex
ceptions. Atty, Gent for plaintiff.
lisle. Appellant vs. Thurrton. Exceptions.
Hatch for defendant; lhareton, Kinney A Peterson
for ulaintiff.
Jackson vs. LoTejoy, Appellant. EicepUons.
KtnneT 1'etcraon lor Uelt: liaicn lor Din.
Hawaiian om'l Co. vs. Horner, Appellant.
Exct'ptions. Nenxnann, Hatch for defendant; J.
AUhUn. ikho lor tuainun.
rVruandez vs. i'eoplea1 Ice Oo Appellant. Ex
oriiUons. Hatch for deft.; Whiting for plff.
Ah Hone, Appellant va. l'arkc. Exceptionf.
Neumann and liosa for dft llrovn for 113.
Kela vs. l'jihotlinia, Appellant. Exception.
Kinnt y A Teterson fur def U; Dole for f -Iff.
lUeuienscuneider vs. Dalaohao. ApneHant. Et-
cei'Ujns. AskfozdA Afihford for deft.; Dole for
rtfff.
t'arko vs. ln Vac. Apjiellaiit. Equity appeal.
W hmnc for defL; (tstle for plff.
Wailehoa, Appellant va. Eio. lenity appeal.
Thompson for delt.; Castle for iff.
Onouiea boaar Co. vs. Autlin, Appellant Equi
ty apaL Hatch for deft.; Asuford A Ashford
and lunrslob for pin.
DtTOLCIS.
Ieater vs. lczUr. CUt for deft.
Kaiuhue ts. MalAea. Kaneakna for def U
Kalakine vs. Mabaoln. HolokahiU for def L
Ebelmff vs. Ebclinc Viskford A Ashford for
deft.
Kahai vs. Kahai. Kinney A; Peterson for deft.
jfou vs. jjuoe. vt nuinc tor Uiu
Ah Foo vs. Akiona. Aahford A Aahford for deft.
Jlikaiavr-. Kaine. l'oepoe for deft.
Cano vs. llaaloa. Voepoe for deft.
N uxiui EurrrE, Clerk.
San Francisco's Rival.
Vicrosu. Dtc Rth. 1SS5.
Eimtok Giurrrc .11ns latt fpikc is driven and
ve now have tbrooch cunncction via the Canadun
Pacific Kailro&d with the East. Hie cylinders for
H. H.M.& TrtmmtJi, Utl London and arrived here
in fiftetn days. It is expected nken the road is in
cood rnunint order that passengers can be kinded
tn Loudon. Eoclsnd, frum here itithiu thirteen
u vs. steamers will be roDUinr ironi t;iuna.
Japan. C wif, Ac, making connection with the
Canadian Pacific Kailrvid, thereby o;icninfc a new
vorld for coiunit-rco. We luve n line of railroad
now bcildic: which wdt connect Victoria with the
coal rexnons of anaimo. rtanalmo is ontr 5t
miles from tlu l,rmiuus of the Canadian I'acific
lUilroad; saiUbK steamers will connect, so that
paaKccera anu ireii.i can come to tctoria w.th
oul deLar. The railroad will rnn a far aa llatilax.
K. S. and ocean steamer of the f aatest speed will
coqttt pas.enersto all jimuU in Enrol. Vic ton
is a fine at y. has a .population about 12.000, and
increasing; rapidly luwealth and importance. Ihis
occbt to be a fine field for Honolulu for its fruits,
tsucars, Ac I hope to cee the time when the flag
of llawau will bo sven fJjiuc in the harbor here
from a no line of steamers. We have several
rood hotels, the lecdmr one beim? the Dnad
Uoose A X, tn every mpects, prices average fAiiO
m eiAu a oat, iDi accommodaiion can be naa
irotn JUO adav ca The citr is Iichted bv elect n-
city from three high tuwerc. Evtrylhinc above
m iicnvcu np net jet it leaves uie streets in
darkness. All Marts of vehicles are running at
ntchts without lighted lamns and therefore danire.
rou to pedestrians. The darkness gives a good
chance for street robberies, but, happily they are
tew. laic ox muauT Mreeuin uonotuio: no com
paruon to Victoria streets! fcanday is a quiet day
here all aaloonE are olo! f mm 1(1 s m nnlil S tt
xa bat the same number of drunks Mto lobe
about as on any other day. The Victoria theatre
jost completed, has a seating capacity for about
iL Porter, the same gentleman that painted the
scenery for the Honolulu Music IlalL I have met
Several Did idJi3ts f mm Hnnnlntn tiara Tn n
next I will endeavour to give you some more items
vtuiwMUk iiuiu regular ungiisn town jog
Flog along slowly and reeularl from da ln-dtt.
1 ou can do no business here to pek of before 10
a. nt, and over by 4 tun, however every one seems
contented. I a raj 8 look forward with pleasure lo
thearrtTsluf theGazsTtx. Wishing alia Merry
ISLAND LOCALS.
ABOUT T0W3E.
Their Maiesties wilt not return ts this citv until
next week.
II. IL IL Princess LUiaokalani retnrnM to town
again, from Hawaii, on theScd mst.
IL F. Itickerton. F.1I. UaselJen and Geo 11.
Lace, are to be the inspectors of election for the
district of Kan a.
Thewatchm&n of the Honolala Iron Works.
was found dead at hia ivkL aLoti nne nr ivn
o'clock this morning.
IHs Ex. Gov. J. O. Domini a in renorted to be
very ill nt present, being confined to the bouse
irom ice enects oi lung troubles.
Sir. F.J. Lovrrer. for Mireral Teara nast Imuk.
keeper with Messrs. Levers A Cooke, has been
admitted to the firm as a partner.
Messrs. Oat A Co. have iwaed n Terv nirttr cal.
endar.tnth a view of the Guam; Block. Enter
prise alwai s shown by friend Mori
The steamers Slakmtii and J. 1. lAtrvtt. arrived
this morning, having been delayed attending tbo
Sunday School excursion of the Molokai scholars.
The Hchooner J5m. Captain Wickman. sniled
from this vrt on the :3th utL, for San Francisco,
carrvins forward a domestic carzovalaed at StO.-
oiat,
The feteamer Znlmntin. will be the firnt ruliable
boat to aail from here for San Fraaciwo, leaving
here on the 12thinsL, four days ahead of the
J tamed.
Justice Ednard Preston, will uresido at this
(January) term of the Supreme Court. The calen
der shows but little criminal and considerable
civil business.
Messrs. E. 1. Adams & Co- will sell, if not ure-
viously disposed of at private sale, that Taluable
block of buildings known as the ltoolh ptmis.
Attention is called to the advcrtiseaent.
The Tacancy caused in the Government school at
Waialua by the death of Uev. A. Clark, has been
filled bT the appointment of Mr. A. Smith, formerly
of lolani College, to the position us principal.
The annual sale of pews in Fort Street Cborch,
took place on tb evening of theSTthulL, Air. E.
P. Adams disposing of the choice seats to the high
est bidders. About fSySOU ere realized from the
ale.
Lack of space prevents ILe publication in this
issue of the mM of events which happened dor
ing the past year. The subject is bowerer treated
editorially and the items will appear in the next
issue.
Attention is called to the announcement of
Messrs. Adams A Co, on the ISth.of a large credit
sale bv order Messrs. It. Uackf eld A Cx, of staple
and fancy goods suitable to the wants of retail
dealers on these lilanda.
TLo P. M. S.S. 4frart, is due here lo-dsy
from ban Francisco, with raid and news dates to
the 30th nit. The P.M.S.S. CilyaNW'V.
also due here to-day from the same port cn route
to Yokohama and llong Kong.
Olc of the recnlar police officers states that
there are now in this city and awaiting occupation,
about t-7C detectives. Hon. Paul Neumann, will
probably have an opportunity to display his ability
in cross-examining eome uf the applicants.
Hie Prince's Own1 volunteer company oonsut.
ing of Co. A, CapUia Kaaha, and Co. IL Captain
James Itoyd. had a target shoot malvi of the Im
migration depot in the afternoon, and luau at
the Armory on the evening, of the 1st imL
A reception was held al the American Legation
on the afternoon and evening of the 1st inst and
atwUchwasprentnlargenambcrot American
residents, members of the -Government, diplomatic
and consular corps and many pro mi cent foreigners.
The Prat Office burcUr. from all accounts.
started the N'ew Year with a cood cash capital.
1 lie pnpects are very favorablolo his remaining
the acute A Homey -General and other beads of the
police being completely nonplussed.
The rumor that a former member of the San
Francisco Dramatic Co- would shortly return
hither with a theatrical troupe to 11 an engage
ment at the Music Hall, is not credited by Mr.
Wiseman the manager, no application having been
yet made to Lira for unfilled dates.
The CrrsWl Soda Works are now t ngaced in tie
manufacture of an Apple Cider which w ill be well
received in every family. The firm is having an
elegant label ivinted which will be an ornament to
the containers. This new beverage will bo ready
next week.
The SnnJT School of the second EazU&u sneak
ing congregation of fct. Andrew's Cathedral com
menced holding its sessions in the school rooms of
the lunahou Preparatory School. Fifty-four child
ren were present. M ben the school is folly organ
ized the number w ill doubtless be much increased.
Tbo followincf members of Lodzo I l'ncres de
POceanicwero installed as officers uf the society
on the evening of theTth nil: W.II. I) vey, WI
1. II. Peterson, S.W; Thomas Wall, J.VT; K. Kil
ler, recretnrr; r. upiergeiu i reasurer; u.ii. me.
iffer. S.D; W. K Crooks, J. D; J. Cameron, J.G;
N. Clifford, Tyler.
Yesterdav Messrs. E. P. Adams L Coheldasale
of lands under foreclosure ot mortgage from A, K,
Kunoiakea to A. J. Cartwright, embraciug prop
erty situated on Hawaii, Maui And Oahu. The
bidding, notwithstanding the doll times, wav spir
ited aud the prices were regarded til fair the whole
aggregating the sunt ot ?'i."510.
The members of Hawaiian Ludg- No 21 F. A A,
M. hare elected the following ceutlemen as offic-
i-m nt the nwtrtr. for ths rnEuin? term and tbev
MTebeendolj installed: J. M.Monwrrat, W,Mj
A. ltrowu, S.W; J. Phillips, J. W; M. I trow n,
Treasurer; William Johnson, Secretary; W, M.
Graham, S. D; W. NickoK J. I); I Jones, .r M.
of C; A. Smith, Jr M. of C; 11. I. Whitney, Tjler.
The prosiect aro fatorable for oompetitirn
drill between the "King's Oun' Captain Kam'l
Nonlem and the "Prince a (twn Captain Kasha.
at an early dale. Captain Clark, of Co.,11 "King's
tjan" ana uaptain itoyo,ui uo., u -j-nnco a un
are the narties to a challenge reenrdini the abili-
ties of the to corns which must find settlement
only in a public exhibition be fore competent
The Gaztue has uttemDteil in the past to bring
to the notice of the proper official the necessity of
naving uie nomoers on express lanierns no painieu
that they would be easily distinguishable At night.
Nothini has been attemtited in that direction.
though if the- warning hod been heeded the number
of an express that iassed through Itethel etrest
early last Sunday morning, might have been
obtained ana whj" Lttteucsua very nseioiciae
in me late rouuery.
Mr. A. Otto, tar mane Vftara eonnecled wiLh the
sugar industries of these Islands, and for the past
fix Tears the efficient manager of the Paaohau
Mill, Hamakua, Hawaii, has determined to leave
this sunnv clime and locate for the futuro in Cali
fornia. Mr. Otto and familv leave by the ZtaUtu
Hia for their foturo home in Fresno, California.
They take with them the best wishes of their many
iriends here) in vuicii tue ujlzkttz joins.
The EeT. Georre Wallace has forwarded to the
Gazette a newsgrceiing. Jfesiucsinekinaiygrect
inc tiie work oi tue concrecstion is explained. ana
the statement made that all scats aro free. " The
nch and poor meet together, the Lord is maker of
them alk ltegular attendants may have peats
assigned to them by tho Wardens that they may
usually occupy the same places at each service.
All comers w til bo welcomed, And lho sidesmen
will pnm tuera wun seats ana uooks.
A native named Kalalakoa. about 35 vears of aco
was taken to the police station on tho afternoon of
the iSth ult., in a beastly stato of intoxication and
was locked ud iu one ot the calls. About II p. m-
tho attention of the turnkey was attracted to the
cell in which Kalalakoa was and going thither the
official found the natireiost about breathinc his
last, jueaicai attcnaance was ouiaiuea, but too
late to be of cse, the unfortunate man bein dead
before I he arrival of the ph sician. A post mortem
txtmination wasmaueuy ir. mcuu wnoBiateo,
as the result of his investigations, that thecaase
of death was heart disease. Ike authorities did
not hold an inquest.
Ha wan.
The bark C. . WJntorr. Cipt. Thomrxin, 1
sailed from Hilo Dtc 27lh for Port Tovnscndin
ballasL
The briz Hazard. Caut. Goodman, sailed from
Hilo on Friday, Jan. 1st, for San Francisco with
100 tons sugar.
A Itoval lufcu was civen at the Court Uoose
Square, Hilo, on Thursday, Dec 31, in honor of
the Queen's birthday.
Their Majesties the Kiuc and Ouecn held a re
ception on Wednesday, Dec 50th, at the residence
oi the Governess of Hawaii at Hilo.
A rcocDtiun and entertainment was held at the
house of Mr. L, Severance m Tuesday eYeminp,
iev. vjvu, iu uoaor vi ms jinjebiy me iviuj; nuu
the ltoyal party.
Ihe Utile steamer try Hot was hauled off
from the beach at Hilo on Saturday, Deo. 3)tb,
bv the A'Wimm Hot. 1 he vessel has suffered to
damage from her trip ashore.
It would look better if the Government croud
allowed the candidate for Koiiala, Hawaii, to run
on his own account and fight his political battle
himself, there is a serious mistake tovde in cham
pioning the cause of such a man.
At the political catherius held at Halava. Ha
waii, on New Year's day, one of the speakers Z.
rvAi&i, received tue unreserved apruauso ni tue
brave police who were prrseut, aud Dr. Wight,
received an ovation from present even includ
ing the adherents of the Government candidate.
Oaitealarze political inectini was held at Ha
lava, Hawaii, on the 1st insL, and addresses were
delivered bv Messrs. Wright. Kahoohauo. W.
White, J. W. Monauli. - Kalat and Dr. Wght.
The remarks of the speakers were as a rule free
I rota personalities anj were quite urnery.
A very wis mt Saodav School Christmas ser
vice wa u-ta it tne liuo roruumcuorcn onaun'
day cveniog. Dec ITTth. The subject was "Christ
masijiguu," Dcanuinuy uiubirateu uy a screen
upon which ere cut a star and the mottoes the
Glorv of the Lord.' "The Linbt of lho WorW il-
laminaUd bv bnliunt reflectors from behind, the
effect was very fine. Tho service had reference to
ineso mottoes ana oou&isuu ot songs ana recita
tions by members of the Sunday School. No
small part of the wan was the Oman Solo from
the "Messiah' by Iter. L Goodell of Hamakua,
the organ having arrived just in time by the
t.mma ciamfa( to grace ine occasion, ine audi
ence was the largest ever gathered is the church.
The King aud his party were present.
Ths (Htawt 4ct Mime states that a company is
about to establish large works for making rails
from paper near St. l'etcnburc. The paper is
subjected to great pressure, and ills said that the
maiexui u eitremeiy uuraoio, aau can ue pro
duced at one-third the coetof steel rails. A farther
advantage would be in their lightness, not only on
account of the saving ot lbs cost of carriage and
laying, bat alsa because, they could be mads in
longer lengths than is the case at the present time,
therefore the number of joints will he fewer, and
consequently less oscillation to the carriages, and
tue w ear ana tear to uoui permanent way ana roil
ing stock reduced to a taimuium. A greater adhe
sion alao would be offered by thee rails lo the
driving-wheels of the engine, aud tho working
expenses reduced accordingly.
No one can be sick if the stomach, blood, liver
and kidneys are wclL American Cc's Hop Bit
terS keeps them welL Notice advertisement.
A BOLD BURGLARY.
The General Post Office Robbed of 54,100.
On the eariv morninc of the 3rd fast, in forma
tion was received at the Police Station that a rob
bery had been committed at the General Post
Office, Mr. I. U. Peterson the Assistant Post
master General being the one to forward tte news
irom toe tmrgiarizea premif. ao wniteciuoer
being able to be dispatched. Turnkey Akau. wLo
duues are entirely within the Police Station, left
ins pon and n listened to tbo spot but was enabled
to render but little assistance excepting to act un
der the instructions ot Mr. Peterson. Later on
information was forwarded to the Minister of the
Interior and soon afterwards the Marshal and the
Attorney General were notified and nil the officials
arrived in quick titoe at the premises. Ihe cir
cumstances, as related by Mr. Peterson, leading
up to the time oftbe discovery were that, he was
at work in tho office until 11 o clock on the even-
inc previous, then be left and went home: everv
thine was allricht in the office when he ML At
about & a.m. the next rooming he returned lo the
office and in company with a native employee en
tered the building. Going to his desk he noticed
the safe door open and money scaltered on the
floor. Going into the private offices to reach the
telepbons he discovered indications of farther
depredations and then notified the police, as above
related, a more tutnuie examination anertue
officials arrived disclosed the facts that the bold and
well ported burglar had seemingly obtained en
trance iDrougo one ot tue Dacsuoors, snrewaiy
choosing the one least protected by bolts or burs.
Entranoe having been obtained, the burglar or
burglars without the use of lights, went to the
safe of the Assistant Postmaster General, opened
iL removed the money content, amounting to about
fJiV-iu gold and silver, and then taking the key
of a larger safe in the Money Order Office, easily
arranged the combination to open, unlocked the
inner doors nod quickly, and most probably, no
iselessly, transferred the golden store ot leg-d ten
der coins, with the more bulky Hawaiian, aud
oansnoien, irom uie recesses wjluiu, n repvneu
total valuation, (including $CCQ the private pro
perty of Mr. Wiltfong the money order clerk and
who had charce of this particular safe) of
The course of the marauders after this is not dir
ectly traceable, except that indications are Raid to
point to their having sought shelter tor a time in
the rear of F.Brown A Go's spirit store, on Mer
chant street, where tbey left a box and money
sack aud then climbed a fence leading to a parage
oi Qaeen strecL Whether or no, the hurgUt or
burglars, have made so far an entirely aft tran
saction, the police being puzzled at their where
abouts and nonacquaintance. Marshal Soper and
all the dignitaries and satellites of the police force
have since been entailed with double duty in the
hope that the thieves will repent of their flldoing
and endeavor to return the money when they may
becaughL The total amount taken is reported
as f 1,125, ot which (325 is Government loss.
Gazette's Kauai Letter.
KiLim, Kauai, Dec 31, ISSA.
bCOAK Or ERA Tl ON A.
Epitok Gazettv : The Kilauea MUlcommeuced
grinding on Thursday last, and may now be said
to be fairly settled down to work, everything hav
ing gono smoothly with the exception ot n few
hitches on the opening day. lho prospects are
fair for a large outturn of sugar thjv season, and
barring accidents there is every reason to believe
it will be expeditiously accomplished.
CUBZ5T1US PIT.
Christmas dav was stnctlT observed as a hulidar
at Kilaoea. Flacsof Tarious nationalities were
displayed from the fiCTeral flagpoles on the plants-
uub, ura mu24 cuu A(iii-aiLK.-iugUHK.icuu9piC-
uous.jvUut before alluding to the festivities ot the
day, r6aght to make mention of the advent of
Santa Clans on Christmas Eve. With commend
able thougtf Qlness a "tree" was provided for the
school children ot whom there are about seventy.
This grand tree was transplanted from mother
Earth to an eligible corner within tho spacious
school-room wnere il brought forth gifts that
made the juvenile hearts feel happy for once in
their lives. Every branch of the tree was faeavitv
laden with. Christmas presents, and under the di
rection of Mrs. IL A. Macfis, Jr, ably assisted by
Miss llitson, the magic tree was denuded or iu
golden freight and the children's pockets filled
with good things. The Christmas Tree at the Kt
lauea school has becomo an established part ot
the Christmas festivities, and all the good fruits
borne this year, far surpassed thoee ot former
years, both in abundance and variety.
THK HUM.
The next thing to be noticed was the lorn? talk-
cd-of paper hunL Probably you, Mr. Editor,
know more about paper-hunting than jour hum
ble correspondent, hot there may be a few ot your
readers who might desire to bo enlightened, A
starting point or tho "meet'' as it is technically
called, takes place at an appointed place known to
all who desire to join the sporL Two of the party
are designated "foxes" and it is their datr to kcsi.
tor paper from tho meet to tho finish, Uie latter to-'i
ing unknown to any out ine ioxca. in oar case it
was unfortunately not eo, and tho secret leaked
out rather prematurely, thereby detracting from
ine spon oousiaeraoiv. ice nonunion, ah oi
whom, be it understood, arc on horsebnek, start tin
hour or two after the foxes and follow the line of
paper to the best of their ability. When they
meet with a "check1' which is equivalent to lacing
theecent.thevareindatv bound to hnnt far it
and on discovering it, lo make it known lo their
comrades in the best way they can. In oar case
tue course lay irom tue uiurcn southward for a
mile and a half and then east aid nine or ten
miles, tho track covering the ploughed field, run
ning streams and formidable ditches. On tho
word "Go beinc civen bv the Master of the Hunt.
about fifteen riders galloped fearlessly across the
first mile or two of ground, scattering na they
made headway. At the first check there was a
general muster, when the scent was discovered In
lite shape of a BmJtttin leader on the silver question
wuicu icu on to a largo uisinuauou oi .irfrvrier
suggestions, followed by a well laid down Kcries
ot Onzrtte articles on good GovernmrnL lho
scent was now altogdher too strong to be easily
lost, and consequently the speed increased for a
while The heavy road soon told on tho inferior
horses, and oue gay steed jelept "Oregon' turned
tail and returned from whence he oame. On 'ap
proaching tbo Koond Hill tiearMr,n.ltertteman s
residence the excitement became intense. In tho
van was Mr. II albert on a promising steed of foar
jears. Air. ii.A. Aiacne,-Jr.t on .ifrh, ana Air.
Jtrigstocke on Minnehaha. The next batch coin-
Erised Messrs. lid. MacGe, Swift and Foster,
Iehsrs.Sproull. Campbell and theGarstin 1 troth-
ers were not in sight. The pace down the hill was
terrific It was here the Itght-weighta citne to the
irontauuon ine uomesireicu air, Aiiurew iinu
say led the way, clearing lho final jump over nu
artificial ditch six feet wide in rrand strle. Mr.
Swif I took second place, closely followed by Mr.
Ed.Macfie, and to each of the above named, the
finl, second and third prizes were respectively
Awarded. The remaining portion uf tbo bant
came in scattering son,e of whom failed to cross
the final jumrv Dr. Campbell fulfilled the duties
ot Master in a thorough profesnional manner, and
Messrs. It. A. Macfie, Jr., and Herbert Garstin
acted aa stewards. The paper was laid by Messrs.
Do la Nox and llrownt who received the thanks of
the huntsmen for having faithfully performed the
task allotted to them. Thus ended the first naner
bant at Kilauea, universally acknowledged to bo
best out-door sport that has ever been provided on
tue islands, ine run occupied about two hours,
TUB LOCH.
A surprise was in store for the thirsty and hou
cry huntsmen. The finish being near the home ot
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J-charsb, they invited all to
iiariakeoi a Bnacit oeiore returning nomewaras.
This invitation was accepted with thanks, and nn
der the shade of orange and palm trees all sal
down and narlook of "Josenh'a" hosmtahtr.
On tbo homeward journey the race was adverted
to in various forms, each one believing lie would
nave won, baa he not been led astray by mislead,
inc newsnaner articles, scattered cnon barren soil,
In the evtninc there was a crand re-umon&t the
residence of tte Manager, IL A. Macfie, Jr., Esq.,
wncre a nappy ennstmas evening was spent uy ah
present.
To-morrow, the annual athletics sports lake
place, of which more anon. AosxcoiA.
Colonization,
Editoe Gazette :I have been asked to publish
some information about the colonization scheme.
and the lands therein embraced, to which I made
a nymg Tisit nanng tue last week, ur coarse l
have neither tune nor Inclination to make here
lengthy report on the matter, nor can I present
adequate thanks for the coortesiet which bavo
been extended to onr party, wherever we have
been, and sncciallv to Messrs. Dickson of Waialua.
Laino at Kahoko, Elder IFarr at Laia, A.ClSrown
at itonoQiiuii. urn l wm resume my impression
in a few points.
IsL 1 am now certain that Mr. Dillingham's
scheme is perfectly feasible And that the advan
tages which he suggested would come to the
country through this scheme, are far below the
real troth. The capabilities of this country for
settlement ana immigration nave not yet oegau
lo ue realized ana too very people living m Hono
lulu, within arm's reach of those fertile lands now
lying waste, ignore their real vAloe,and cannot be
mn to realize iu until thevdowhatl have done.
go and see for themselves.
na. ine population wmcu can ue sciucd on
tho lands now unutilized between Honolala nnd
the northern poiut of Oahu. must be estimated bv
tens of thousands and not by hundreds, the only
tiling necessary oeiug me inauguration ot a rf
t tonal iy$U of JrrhrtittoH, to bring on thotte
lands : A. all the perennial runnms waters now al
lowed to run to waste in the ocean ; 11, all those
w bich can be procured by storing up tlranhuudant
though intermittent rams with which the country
is favored ; C, also using,lhe copious underground
supply which is so general and so often of easy
acccts.
Crd. TkissTstem of lrncation which is to bo
bised on the wonderful'works of similar nature ac
complished in India bv tbo natives and in Spain
bv the Moors, oocht to be becun at once by start
ing the whole force of oar thorough and effective
burvey Department to Ihe studying oi ail ice wa
ter auu irriifauua capnciuui ui uur uicut3 tuiu ui
toe leviiianaa conned ea wun tnem.
4th. A small capital judiciously employed woald
be sufficient for starting the most important of
the different projects which will be developed bv
our encineers. and this monev could casilv be
mucuiru it mo ivrecufc uuvcruiucut uuijr rujujcu
the good name and good credit possessed by the
previous administrations.
lh. When one realizes what can be done in this
country, and has not been done, it only renders
more paipanie not oniy tue lucapaciiy, not aiso ue
rital cuilt of the present administration, who. after
promising to be the saviors of the country, have
oniy succeeded in running us into a neayy atui,
ana jeopardizing our credit witnout uaving any
good thing to show for iL
6th. The result of my recent impressions makes
more plausible the opinions exnressod bv isrself.
when Mr. Moreno carried away Hawaiian youths
for them to be educated in the Military Colleges
of Italy. What the country needs is engineers to
build oar dams and irrigating canals, and not mil
itary or naval fops, who will be unfit for any
useful occupation here. Hawaiianscan be made
useful to their country, it tbey are Uagbt how to
ameliorate anu use men. waste lanas, not in ami
in? fanes soldiers.
On the whole, the colonization schema is a grand
one. !and whatever its fate mav beas many
excellent things sometimes do not succeed to be
floated it deserves the sympathy of all our good
dtizens,,asd it will certainly act as an incentive
for starting hundreds of similar schemes all over
our fj'mjU for utilizing our waste lands, and call
ing tn populations, that lndipeasible clement of
oar future prosperity. Population is bound to flow
to our snores as soon asiinos areavauaDie, ana
this will show any sound thinking man that one of
the moot nmnt aoestions before the next Legis
lature will be a law to allow population to get bold
oi ana awizo tne government ana crown una.
wnicn are now cepi idle or ot imia use, tnrvugi
the caprice oi tne adxainislrauon. A. allxqco.
500 will be paid for any case that American
Cow's Hop BiUerswiii not cure or help. Doubt
not. Head advert tsemenL
AVer's Hair Vigor U safe, agreeable, and beuefi
ciaL It Is the most elegant, and its effects are
verrlaftlm?. making "it the most economical of
toilet preparations. By its use ladies can keep
tneir osir aounaanx ana miurai in coior, lunre.
and texture.
IN MEMORIAM.
Rer. Iwight Baldwin.
The ltev. Dwicht Baldwin. M. D-. died on Son-
day, the 3d insU at 1:30 p. at the residence of
bis son-ra-law, Mr. b. M. Damon, on Nouanu avenue.
Dr. lMildwin was the sole survivor of the third
reinforcement of the American Mission to these
Islands arriving here with his companions, Messrs.
Tinker. Dilihl ami Johnstone, in 1S3L He WAS
first talioned by the tniwkra a Walmea, Hawaii,
wnere no remained tm isr, wuen ne remoreu to
Lahaina. where be succeeded Iter. Wro.IUchards
in the care of ihat-field. There be. remained in
active and ntccfol work tilt 18, when he re-
moTed to Honolala. and has resided nere ever
since. From 1?70 to lfT7 he was vjonnected with
what is now the North Pacific Missionary lostt- i
tutn, as one of its faculty of teachers. He attained
arirwoldaiTA. harini? naased his eichtT-Berenth
birthday last September, and retaining his physi
cal and mental vigor to a remarkable degree. His
mental faculties remained clear to the last, and be
manifested a lively interest in Hawaiian affairs to
the end. Hiswasanotle, consecrated Christian
life of usefulness, and its close was peaceful, paln-
letu, and beautifaL The fantral eervicM were
held at Kawaiahao church yesterday afternoon at
3 o'clock, and the remains were laid beside thorn
ot bis wife in the little mission grave-yard clow by
the church.
Mrs John Hind.
IIt the Kit we learn that Mrs. John Hind, ot
Kohala. died at that place on Friday lark Jan. 1st,
pf rheumatic fever. She was a native ot Brooklyn,
N. 1 - and had been resident tn rtoboia but a lew
months. She was attended daring her last illness
by Drs. Ikndand Kimball.
Death or Rev. F. A. BeeVwith.
EniTon Gizcttk:-11t the last mail, news was !
nxs-iTcd of the death of liev. Frank Armstrong
Iteckwith, at the home of bis father. Dr. E. O.
Iteckwith, iu Sin Francnori: He was born In Ha
waii in 1S1, and was educated At Yale Collect,
Union Theological Seminary, for a short time was
Astodent at the University oi iienin, wnueat
Itertin. ha suffered from a severe attack of pleurisy
which resulted in a permanent lung trouble. He
Bought health in Italy, Santa Barbara, California,
and at Lahaiualona, but alt efforts were vain and
he succumbed to the insidious disease on the 17th
of December la-L
Mr. Iteckwith was a man. who early conquered
the frivolous longings to which young men are
subject, and devoted his rare mind and pure life
to tne good ot ms ieiiows.
His love for raetanhvsios was a passion and be
believed that the time was not far distant when
eoence would no longer antagonize, but support
tne t&eoiogy oi mo ittoie.
Association with Frank Iteckwith was a constant
siiinalant to thrive after the highest and best of
ideals.
His loss is a great one and his life famishes an
example worthy of the closest imitation. II.
Incredulous to Mr. Marqmea,
EditokGazzetc: I have alwara thourbt a con-
troTersT carried on In a newspaper was inlerestinc
only to the persons engaged in the war ot words,
ana certainty itttie is gainea vj sucn a content.
However I wish to acknowledge the attention, Mr.
Marques has paid mo in this week's Oizrrrx and
to reply through the same channeL The little
article to which Mr. Maniacs lakes exceptions was
one on "Alcohol from BanantA, printed In the
uazftte aooui inrre weesa ago. mere was no
Intention to mis-represent Mr. Marques, nor was
the article intended as an attack on the gentleman
stall. It was meant for a courteous ro against
Mr. Marques ns And how can any one obiect to
sac i an expression of a contrary opinion? Nov to
ans era little in detail.
IL. Wo all have reason, and none more than
Incredaloua, to thank Mr. Marques for the enter
pnso which made him the ploueerin boring tho
iirtt well of the h'irtiii ( T) which now bless the
Island of Oahu. If he did it in the face ot derision
he deserves the more credit for his courage and
enterprise.
irna. Alter wruing me arucie rererrea to v Here
in 1 said "mi far as 1 know not a sincle planter has
ever availed hira-elt of his legal right to make
rem," 1 was told one naa tnea tne experiment. I
enquired into theraalural twoot the largest
sugar agencies here and 1 find with the single ex
ception of lleeia, no plantation has ever made
mm since the passage ot the lav permitting them
to do so. Why? liecause it does not pay. lleeia
abandoned it after a very short trial. Ihe cost of
niakiug It hero with tho tax of nearly three doUars
a gallon imposed by lav, is so great, and the doty
in foreign countriea U m heavy that practically
there is no foreign market for iL The legislature
might remove the homo tax which would make the
home market pay better, but it could not open a
foreign market, w ithout which the manufacture ot
ruin by the plantations would not pay. Ihe home
market is too small even with liquor free to Ha
waiian, to make it pay for more than one planta
tion, it any one could have a monopoly of the
business, I afn told byanagenL Does Mr. Mar
ques himself believe, as the lav now stands requtr
ing tho tax of three dollars per gallon on liqaor
mndo here, that even to make it from m$t$ ba
nanas would be a paying business? If there is any
Hawaiian History on tnu subject oeyona tne aoove
1 think the iniblic would be as Interested to know
it as Incredulous and would, perhaps, pay Mr.
.viarqaes to teacn u.
3rd. As to the effect of makinc liquor on ihe Ha
waiian. I was hero when the law permitting
plantations to make rum was passed. It was in
the 3 car 1171, a season of great business depres
sion, yet I had il through a reliable soarce, thai
such men as the late CapL Makee And Judge Har
ris, did not avail tueiuseitca oi their legal ngnt I or
the very reason that they believed it would demo
ralize their labor to a degree hurtful to the plan
tations. If dead men are to laogh, let socb men
as the above have the credit ot the joke. Lnt Mr.
Marques tell us, it he knows, how the West Indies
planters manage, andperhais he wilt also tell us
of the demoralized condition ot the blacks In those
Islands, And we might find before be got through
that rum was one factor in their decredation. 1
have been in this country mora than twice at long
as air. aiarqaes us ana i traiy peueve i nave
had more to do with Hawaiians than he has. and
understand them better, and 1 know it Hawaiian
laborers were employed about a distillery Ihey
would, by fair moans or foul, get the liquor tor
wnicn tuey cave a natarai tasie. i osiDiy a nave
not "seen mnch of the world outside of a very nar
row district," but 1 have been in most ot the wtne-
cro inc countries of La rope, I was told in Ger
many inaiuronHeuorsH wasgnuiuy uuiuo increase
there, that often Monday was lost to laborers
bvcAnso they were not sobered from their Sanday
debauch, and that spirits were nsed more andjuore
uisUtad of light wine and beer; aud if liqadr can
demoralize labor among tuesiauncn, ana staia Her
man people what voald it not do among Hawai
ian? But o all know Hawaiians cannot falrlv
be brought to the siuio standard or jadgtneniio
which we bring Europeans. An influence which
would not seriously affect one ot the latter micht
destroy au Hawaiian. 'Ihe Hawaiian cannot n so
condition on her general bequest. Instruction
will be green only in the Irtish language, but the
schools will be opened to all nationalities. Ha
waiians must compete with other nationalities in
the struggle for national existence. It is wise to
recognize this beneficent but inexorable lav of
competition in human society, A fundamental lav
of all physical life. It is hoped to hold the young
Hawaiian to help his own from the first tn this
honorable rivalry, so that be shall work out his
own future under the conditions most favorable
for his success. To this end some industrial train
ing It for the great ma j jrity most essential than
anr birh decree of liter rr aualificrttions. The
course of study will require several hours of man
ual Isbor every dav. the controlling puipone of
the school being to fit the boys to take hold intel
ligently and hopefully ot the work of life. Ihe
best methods of Toque la other countries will be
adopted, so far as theT are adapted to our social
conditions and needs.
To bow larce a proportion of the sehoHrs these
advantages will bo furnished free of cost the trus
tees are not prepared now to say; but they do
deem it advisable that rpccifio though moderate
charges should be made for the advantages offered
by the school, any exception to the rule to be con
sidered on its own merits, the testator's designs
beiogevidentlv not to establish an orphan asylum
or a charity school but to furnish advantages for
education of Hawaiian youth to supplement Ihe
ordinary means and methods, not to supplant
them.
The Principal and his associates will be chosen
with reference to their special fitness for the work
thus marked out, knowledge of Hawaiian charac
ter being considered in the appointment, as well
as the social and personal attainments of the ap
pointment. The wise provisions of the will in re
gard to moral and religious training are in full
accord with the sentiments of the trustees, who
hope to carry out such measures and methods as
will tend to make good and industrious citizens,
interested in maintaining and developing the
principles, usages, and institutions of the highest
Christian civilization.
The Course of Stodr. the Knles and llorat.
Hons adopted in regard to Admission, And ex
penses tn the Kamebameha Boy's School will be
prepared and poblisbed in doe seasonsome time
before the opening of the school, which the trus
tees now hope will be at the beginning of the
school year in September, IS". Wy ItntUUn,
Tb Queen's Birthday.
The 51st anniversarT of the birth of I(r Mat.
osty Queen Kapiolani was observed this Tear with
moret eclat Q&n usual tbeftovn bearing quite a holi
day appmranoe. Although the display of flags and
banting was small yet many erenta tended to
ward establishing the fact of the existence ot a
holiday. At noon a royal salute was fired from
tne snore battery by a detachment of men from
the "King's Own" under command of Cant. Clark
of Co, B, of that corp.
ai a p.dl, we --ueen swn 'ijapt. u vonuor,
having 0 men in rank and file exciusiTe, of the
bugle and drum corps in charge ot a drum-major,
marched from the Armory to the Kecrealion
grounds where they gnvo an exhibition drill that
spoke well for the stevardshin of then
officer. Maneuvres in, the manual .and marching
TAvivim, iuuuuiuk Bsirmisa, oompany ana pla
toon drill, were well performed and one particular
Platoon movement "fnrmint rlirs ivttnmn vt
of platoon'iTKeivedutTedApiilaue. This Cora-
5i o n man at me Armory at p. tn., on Ine
ate which Was attended br ntntalns ami nf.
ncers of the various companies and members of
the newspaper pre.
Tbroochout tho CitV. In the eyeninc. vatlnna r.
enade parties were heard the band taking part in
the musical exercise.
muor in moderation, and so I belieTe the pros
perity, it not mo aaiciy, oi tue country won id ue
imperilled bv the manufacture of liooor here.
even from waste bananas. I do not despise a
drunkard- no class In the community excite in me
a deeper compassion, auoougn tuey are generally
to be blamed for their appetite, aud 1 do not want
to see drunkards made even to Add to the pros
perity ot any man or riant a tion, I do not believe
myself a fanatic, but 1 know I am patriotic This
must end uny personal discussion so far as I am
concerned.
At Mr. Ma mora challenge 1 subscribe my own
name wmcn ii a.ixem iiahxet oicuuixt.
otherwise incbeddxous.
Tho Kamekamcha Schools.
an orncui. rsosrecTtrs.
In accent inc thetrost created bv the last will
nnd testament ot the late Hon. Heroic Pauahi
Bishop, the Trustees therein named have deemed
it best to prepare and puhlih this prospectus of
tho Kamehanieha Schools. This action has been
considered advisable both for their own guidance
in administering (the trust, and for the purpose of
making such public announcement of their plans
as Bumi meet ilia tuuiMiit lutjuiiiBaui luinoiaier
estedin the right disposition of this great educa
tional ciit to the youth oi these islands.
In accordance with the terms of the will, the
Hits' School will bo established firsL The will
docs not make any provL-jon for branch schools
on the different islands, imd the trustees see no
good reason now lorumiring or attempting any
HDch institutions. The two schools will be located
in Honolala ; bat in opjtosite quarters of the city.
The Girl's bchoul will ha near the Lonalilo Home
in MakiRi, the llojs school beyond toe lfeforma
tory on the western lira'iU of Palama. The wili
expresses a wish that land belonging to the estate
should be chosen for the location of the twoschols
rattier than that money should be spent In pur
chasing a silt, ine trustees nave decided tnat
these locations are not only admirably adapted for
school purposes, but better than that could be
bought outside. The present assessed value of the
estate is 174:000. Its estimated annual income
will be so large that the trustees hone by judicious
expenditure of the income for tbo first two years,
together with the cash balance on hand at the time
of the settlement of the estate, to put np the
building tor iwjft' ocnooi witnout entrencning
very largely upon the invested funds, though they
are authorized by the will to expend one-halt of
tne estate in ine erection oi Duiiuiugs.
The tract of land at Palama bcloneinc to the
estate extends from the sea shore to the ridge of
the mountain, affording every variety of soil and
situation for the Tarious purposes of the school.
His purposed to put into aaitabU shape forsub-
UIUAU i.uucuitb lira inuu uu tuc mnadi muu vi uu
road lo Ewa, the lots to be disposed of in such a
way ns to furnmh additional income as well as a
safe and desirable investment. The Bora School
will be located some distance front the road, on
tho Mtvatu side on a ridge ot land, commanding a
fine prospect of the city and its environs. The dis
tance from the centre of the city is just far enough
to give both easy access and doairable retirement.
Water will be supplied from an artesian well, the
contract for which will be made as soon as the
plans for building are somewhat farther matured,
lho utmost possible regard will be bad to the ob
serv.uice of all needful sanitary requirements In
location and construction of buildings, as well as
in the provision to be made for all those matters
of detail which the best modern sanitary engin
eering may consider requisite.
it is intended max ine booooi suaii nave as muca
as tVsaibls the character of a home rather than
thru ot an institution of public chanty. To this
end as well as with a view to special adaptations
to climatic as well as other conditions, a group ot
cottAce-hka build in es has been determined upon.
rather than an immense structure of imposing
architecture. Tnerawui be central senooi uau
with its largo assembly room, and adjoining class
rooms, and other facilities for the course ot liter
in and scientific instruction which has been
deemed best adapted to the wants of the boys
who will "enjoy uie privileges snoroeu oy ine
school. There will be a LuUdinc specially devoted
to tht industrial department, which ts both spe
cially mentioned by the will and especially desired
by the irusxjcs. instruction wiu oe civen in ins
nu nt til and mabirula. and some trades out
Ii tinoM. Trin Car as nraetieanie. tne DOTS will
have the privacy, the vholesoms f reedom, and the
loving watch and care, which are considered such
essential requirements ot Christian home lite.
It is intended that the course of study shall be
specially adapted to the arcumstantes and needs
of oar ulaud community, present and prospective,
with no rund reouiremenU designed to turn out
finished prudactsot one particular pattern; but
under regulations, saffidenUy flexible not to ex
cladeoo.th one hand any body whom it may be
deemed advisable to weicomczior on ths other
hand lo keep on any boy in a profitless round of
perfunctory tasks. It is dew red that the Ksmeha
rneha Schools shall be a help and a stimulus in
their relations to Ihe Kingdom, in no sense or shape
to interfere or compete with the governmental
provisions made for the general good. Soch qual
ifications wiUbsxoired for admissioo as H will
make an honor and a prize for BUT public school
cbvlaz to secure the highest privilege of these
advanced schools. While they wQl be conducted
with special reference to advantages to be afforded
to Hawaiian by preference, as the will requires,
they will not be exclusively Hawaiian, Hilo and
Ltbai&alBSA, alakavao and Kawaiahao may: well
be devoted to such special work: but the noble
minded Hawaiian rkf who endowed the Ka
mehamthA schools, put ho lixsitauasa of race or
By LYONS At COHEJ7,
Regular Cash Sale
On Thursday, January 7
At 10 a m, at ear SalesroMM will U Sold at Ase
ties, a fall Hae f
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
BOOTS SHOES. GROCERIES,
Itag Xo. ; Ssrar, lUrreht Stlnow,
lanrornia rouiec, vaaex n seal t sant.
SewlBjr. il ict Ism. Atotef
INE NEW HARNESS
A,4 Varwt j of
Household Furniture, Etc.
LTOSS CONES. AcHof
SPECIAL SALE OF
LIQUORS, &c
We have been infracted to sell at lSjbtts Autio.
at ear ?lfrow,
On Monday, Jan. 11th
At 10 a u, a lirfV assertmeat of flee Liquors.
Consltttat: tn part of
Brandies, Whiskey, Gin
Crra, RaHwes, Pert !herfy,
Malae, Madeira, and Tkay Wtno.
Xsraaqalae, Cnw of Carat. Pea -Hrtlar,
Pilsener Beer
Ac Ac, all of wklch are tn Ve tesi wiikosi r-rtrr
tan oa inc most nperal terms
LYON A ntli:V. Annkmrrrs.
Shoot of the H, R. A.
The Hawaiian llifle Association hM the firt
annual prize shooting at the Casino range Waikikf,
on the 1st tnsL The competition for the Tarious
prim was quite brisk and following perrons were
the successful contestants :
lit ContesL Prize, Hawaiian llifls Association
Trophy; gold medal suitably inscribed, competi
tion limited to Association members; entries S;
highest score by Frank Hicgins who made, AtSOO
yards 41, and at 300 yards 41, out of possibls 0 at
each.
rnd t-ontrsL Prize. brnncfielJ KiflV: nn-n tn
All, distance 300 yards; use of any military rifle
permitted. Wonhy W. Vnger with 43 out of pos.
Bible SO,
3rd ContesL Prize, the Ilrodie medal, t alne.1 al
fSO. Distance!vJOyrds,ointomembersor the
AsAOcntton And members of military comrunleam
the Kingdom. Useof any military rills permitted.
won oy w. ungcr, with v: oat of possible Mk
4th ContesL Consolation prize- Open to all not
making 70 per oenL at previons contests, distance
-wyarua sny m unary tine, nve roaud. on by
, itoiuimi wua u out oi possioie i.s
Orchella Weed.
PjuntA Hiwm, Dec Sk
EotTOU (llirm I sot a nnr in Ih 11 tra-mr
About Orcbella Weed. I ovhI to buy what we
called Orchella Weed from tie naliyes on the
west coast ot Africa, It grew on the trees as a
parasite mnch as the moss on many trees ou moun
tains of Hawaii. I have not seen what Messrs.
Oat have ou exhibition, bat what we nsetl to get
was a light slate colored plant about four to six
inches high with very much foliated fronds, if I
may describe iL In shape it resembles some of the
small thick lev branched seaweeds. It was a dry
growth And often covered the trees right to the
beach. Your correspondent says it is worth $50
per ton bat as far as my memory serves me I think
aooui fiw per ton is vnat ine idTerpool prod
uce lists quote. It U very balky and very light
when dry. A ton would take a great deal of labor
to gather. I think it requires a hot dry climate
and I don't know whether it can be cultivated.
The Friend.
The FriVftft comes with a kindly rreetlncr for ILe
new year, and a list ot First things' tor Ihe sea
son, 'Ihe week of prayer forms the subject of the
second editorial. Honesty at a duwonnl is Terr
forcibly put under the title ot "Does Lt pay I of
course it dor pay, bat there is a certain low class
morality or rather immorality which has crept in
and made it appear sa it it did not. The Stanford
gift is Another subject which is treated ot And this
gives occasion to point out that this country needs
endowments for education. Mr. Oleson, presents
an account ot the teachers meeting in the cdnca
tional section, and readers consequently miss his
bright and terso way of handling educational
mailers.
fresh and reliahle. for anlit lv
1QU2 Baxsox, Sxirn A Co.
Mails Onlocne nm-nnallnl fnr th tnilrt.
1002 Benkom. Smith A Cu.
Pn ti,. ,, . .-.1 .
loyj ittxsnx, bumi A Co.
BieknfaokfipV IVrfnmxa n.nh.l i.-all. tl,. Il
forsaloby (lOtri) Busoh, SMrtit AOtv
Bohaeh. thn prvt Plirrnla Tmuwltfi.lM.
109-J BsxsoN. SMtTit A Co.
Dn-u. U.. t. f ' II. I .. I
wnvjii .11111 iv xf. niu tun uuiy r&ciiiivv
UIUK UUUBv IU 1UQ klllKUUfll, 1UU.
JTftu IJiicrtisniuiitJ.
Manila Cigars!
N BOND OR DUTY PAID
A Choice Lot
JUST RECEIVED!
Fresh nnd Very Full.
The Best in the Market
HOLLISTER & CO.
JCcm 3torrtistinmts.
The Hawaiian Hotel Carriage Co,
NOTIFY Tllh l'Ulir.IC THAT
ihere lll he no extra charge for Carriages tinlered
oy irirpnonf. ivxt j
Notice to Creditors !
Tin: irxi)i:nsnixm, . d.
Kreeih. hereby clres notice that he has be an
pointed Administrator of the EUte of CHAKLKS
LOtlhCII, Uleof Kaneohe.tiaha, Jeeeaced. All per
secured hy mortzae or otherwise, matt pretest the
amo dalraulhentleatalatidllhlh pror omt htri
It sorexltt, tn the nmlrrtlzned at bi plice of bavt
BeS In lionntaln. within pIi mnntha frmn ikla nr
tney win d. inrrTer lurreil. li. It. rKEKTlt
iinnoiais. uecemtwr sh, pwQl lo U
Mortagcft Notice of Intention toForeclote
ATtiTlUK In IIKKKIIV niA"X
li thaLDaraanttnaiM3iirr of sale cnnUlned lit a
cerUm mortsaze rteetl. dated the Tlh day nf Anpul. A,
v. ii, inaue uy hbtiu ivaiawaiani untimaia, uana,
la J. I. Dowictt of alt llonotals. Is Boot St, on nazes
aS9andV,aiidfiraIe4ehorihe condillons In the
d morttrageconialaetl, the ild RiortgseelateBdslA
foreclose tte tald niM-t;e and sell Ihe mortfragsd
The rrmertr mort"t!?rd and to he told Is defvtlhml
as followit
1-t All the land described In It Vr?i7. Ksteina K1H,
to ituiiuu, ilium tm mirm. tno.
zou an ihe tana dcscribcti in aod Uimmlsloa
AnsrdVMtt. MsheteSit. lo LanmaLa. Itnalf la llanna.
po. haiini, uana.
2rdAtl the land described In ltoyal PaKst W. Ka
1easa41U. to Kills)
Honolala, Jansary , J vv.
J. 1. iHllVtiKTT, MtHlsee.
L. A. TMCRrrnT. Attorney for Mortgagee. h't Ii
IMPORTANT
Real Estate Sale!
HONOLUIiUjIIAKAUAaMSIiAMIS
1JAUTIES IIKSIRINC A fi()f)
X laveatmcnt In Ui Hawaiian lalsDils have a
rare opportunity In Ibe prrha ot ib IIoe lUsch
properly, lately owned by 1'apulB iaraei Mtkee.oa
This EHatecoraiirifesovcrelevea thnussad nL&mi
serea r Med brld SETee alapK aod abot ten thess-
nU -iivuj seta nnuer ieae lo ran ii years loncer.
The Mock on ihe KktXo rnnirwItM hat Imii Fr
well-bred Cattle. Incladisr ion yok worklsg Cattle
q if iiorve Boa .waicff.
Ths BntldlBcs eooaltt of s main dwelling bna.
K t a cottages. eOce. billiard rvon. chapel, dairy and
f hows, alnre, overseer's besM. rervasta anarttrs.
There art hitwira ikrM nut ! iiirfrMtLM...j
irrra on ine s,iiaie oi ya net lea ot evcalpta, seaela,
cjim,pnavoi inaiB, crasr ana cibcsos.
The CUt era for water ar 11 la unaibrr. ihe limti
Steaners from Ilonotaln atop at the landtag of ths
lb. ii v met wm. iu duiit imm ifMBnitiita
totbeUbdiB-lflnsdela I2hora br itnmtr Hand.
red ot cltlaea of California and lbs Est tern bUtrt
hareexpiiencfMihi koaplUIiiy of tbe late Captain
Vakee, who win bear willing teslimeaytatbeaatsral
bean ties of tbe Ettate asd to the salsbrlty of the
ALSO, TO BE .HOLD,
Ths line Iteaidence la tbe city tit Honolala belonriag
m me jaasro x.i(e, iv?ifier w ua ine r Braiisre t
Q3iag to tne sose.
The saleef tbeabore-oamed proprtI wtllbshs
la the city oi llenolnls. M ARCH lit, IMS.
tVFor farther particulars apply to
And to
tun
JOllS D STRECKELS EKOS
Jn Fmnelsco,
WM. O, 1UWTX A Cfl
IIOBOlstB.
E. MOLLER,
I ATK OF I.AIIAIXA, IS OPEN
M lor rasmnK a iuak ihjii.kh.
M-.tilm: nST omen.
WM llONOH'ir,
Dissolution of Co-Fartnership.
T1IK CO-PAUTNKnSIIIP. IIKUE-
X ulm nliliiiMm A. HKBDXUTirt . F.
MUABRATT. , DticT Ibe ,. f Ihe Cllr Dr
OMp...1iltcRb7di,M;ndbri.IBilnM.i. Tm
mm w. p. Shmsis fflil roUe la uM tatlcn ,n4
IU una. .1! lUbffltlc and nUttt .11 MU. hU
nolilI, Dn. Wli. US. WH
IHuitian Salts.
A Pretty Woman's Secret.
Vear ot dUroTerr, vtben ho rcorta !-
falo hair and dves Is source of con
stant anxiety to her. The lery vctpoa-.
from whom she most desires to hide th
waning of her charms aro the ones mroi
IiVcly to make tho diwovtrr. But Ibrre
Ii no rraon why he rhonM not nrshi
sntl retain all tbcbcatity of hair that n
hprrri'' la youth. Ut her tne Avrit
II vik Vigor, ami, not only will her lialr
ccae to fall otit, but a nevr pnnth will
appear vrbrrc lho scalp has been Anthkl :
anil locks that aro tumlnir fmy, or has
actually rrownvthlte, will return lo their
Irltinc freshness nnd brilliance of color.
Ayth's IIaib Vu;on cures
Hereditary Daldnoss.
Orortoit MYxn, Ftatomfo. 7Vrs,tnw
LaKl at S3 )cars of act-, as hi anrolnrs
had been for several erne rat Ion. One
bottle of Ham Vigor started a prow th of
soft, downy hair All over hU scalp, vhkh
sooa became thick, long, and vtoroas.
Aycr's Hair Vigor
h nnt a e?yf, but, by heaUhfnl sllmuhlton
of tbe rools ami color claruK "pwdlly
restores to its original color hair that Is
Turning Cray.
Mrs. CTnEitixB Phamer, JVfsi o)
fiockt, JAIL, liad her hair unddcnlr
blanched by frbht, dnrlrtr the late tlui
visr. AYiui'a IIair Vigor rotortd it
to Its natural color, and made It softer,
clossler, and more Abundant than It hat I
been before.
Scalp Diseases
Vh!ch cause drync, bTtttlone, and f alL
Irtfr of the hair, dandruff, Itchiny, arvl
cnoyln? sorr. aro all quicily ruml by
Ayer'sIIair Vigor. It cured IIebbert
Botp. Minneapolis Aiss,, ot Intokr
able Kchlnff of tho Sculp; J. N.Car
TT.it, .k Oecognan. Va., of caUl
Head! n. l. V. S. It.lacx, 7-or-tacevilU,
A"yM of Tetter Sores; Mt
HEfIE II. BEDLOK.iNrffnAtOn. V(..of
Scalp Dlaeaso and Dandruff. Tor
pldlty of the roots of the hair, which. It
neglected, may result la Incureblo bald
ness Is readily cured by Ayek's Uaix
Vigor. Aa
A Toilet Luxury
Aran's Hair Vigor has no erniaL It
U colorless cleanly, deliphtfufly per
fumed, and has tho effect of makin the
hair roft, pliant, and glossy.
Aycr's Hair Vigor,
rnrjARXD dy
Dr. J. C Ayer & Cow, Lowell, Mass.
Sold by aQ Druists.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Cor. Merchant and Port St . Ilonolnlu
10O ly Sols A geat a for the Hawaiian falar.a
Lewis J. IieToy
REAL ESTATE AITS
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
i. qrxra smirr. ju. x n. w
Perseml Atterrtfm firm ts tbe Sate
ol Furniture Real Estate astf
General Merchantfwe.
I r.TTIS J. LKTET. JlMUwrr
Regular Cash Sale
On Saturday, January
DRY GOODS, CLOTHiHG
Sacks Nos. 1 and 2 Syar
A LINE OF GROCERIES
3IA31I.A MUAK9 AND TuBAtCO,
lwMt at
HOUSEHOLD I'UKMIUIUS
1 Good Horse
8.tuU f I .rtfer- -t (UI.
UKMJ. LCTET.
String.
ISTotlOO !
TlT!EMuininiX
ML
Inter-Island S.N.Go
'riiKoi.-r.n Tu-icirrs to thk
REMEMBER THIS.
IF YOU ARE SICK
If yon are sit. HOT BITTBUS win
orely aid stare la mskln; tm wed
A azain when all else fall
If yon aro romparallTfly writ lt f-ri
thn need of s grand tnate sad tlnwlaat.
never rrl easy till yea sf made a
being by nee of
HOP BITT. RS.
If yn trerotIrene dyan-rde. or ar
aofft-rlDsfrmn sty other of the nanMrosa
diaeatesof tbe aitmstb or boweta. II tn
yonr own tacit if yon remain 111. for
U0P BITT
area torcretjni remedy In all rl r.m
pUlnU.
I f yoa are waatln sway with say form
of kidavy I)Iese, altp temptlazDfStb
this moment, and tarn for s crr lo
HOP BITTER?,.
If ymt arc tlct with (bat terrible met-
neaa NervoniBeS. voa will Inds "llalw
In (Ulead' In tbe ef
HOr BITTI5R8.-
Ifyoasr a freqTtrf ,m nretdiii"t
s mlaftnatic dtvlrieL barrlesde jnnt t
tern sctst lb" seonrt'e of all r.mairW
malarial, enldfats. MItoa nnd taw
mlltenl ferera by tbe of
HOP BUT R3.
If yon have roaitb. Hni,ly, ot aItow
to,badbn-atb. vatn ad acbea. ssd
feelmtsMeiTseralty.lturmTTKU
will site yo falrthle. ri-Akk.L Ihe
swtt beealh, blth sad eomfirt.
In abort, 4bey Bf ALL Iltvesaes sf
ths torn Kb, Eevela, Plood, Liver,
Nerves, kidneys. ., and
500
witl be psM forseata they w tl not ear
o help, or fr anything iMpnrs or ta
roaa tonsd la tbena.
That poor, besrtddea, InvalM wif.
itrrf, tnothT ot a;hter. eaa be msda
th4ktsrcof healUby s few bottles T
llnp Bittm, eostiss bat a trlS
Will yos let thorn a offer I
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich the
Blood with
Bitters, Hop
for 51 by
tOO ty HOLLISTER &. CO . Hosolsts.
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS
rniTE TJXUKHSTOXKD IS KK.UY
L to talc Tews to order la best style of U Fhm
AnAuaeB iswm rraMUMimat coaauwai am
Mod work..
Iatssd Views fOt Sals AAA. L. SmltkV fort l
IWBo n. a v ttaos
Unction Bdts
bka4 aStba
Iff ot b Xntrt U1m4 r S i
laadfl si tHil. tra ha fis
wher 1lor-y wtd ( Mn all) be a attsadaaea
tty thla maio Tnariat, ran smsl ihjt fad irf f T
dJ'.iiSfi Iday- i- vln lb a4rM
TH kKTS IU Ttll RutO TRIP m 4mg
VST F'r frtih' ttaru n'n -ss n t the aflhrr wt
tntctMsland S. N. Co.. Honoluta.
Ot re J r JORPA kltmu w
TIME TABLE OF STIAKIS
" TXIt
UTTER-ISLAND
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
iIiTM T-'XJUJL.
Ml
Steamer "W. 6. HALL"
(MoXxxlcixil)
RTK. i Miiaa4er
U ran ralirl to Ihiiwi Mt 4 KaM tad
a IfsasM
Steamer "PLANTER"
Tillluoo
Kuloa. CNla ad U slmv Rftnitna teat Mawsnv
ii fvrrjui nuiMp . initi m una
Steamer "IWALANI"
lifinsnUbavisi taaaa
ri!nT"f"W fkrrTw am'
Conwr r Xta a BrrrtjBta. St1.
At 10 fttlrfsts- a-
Balance tf Fw wtlm!
'H aar-
KCA BOOK OAM
-...ui... lainiiii i
Ysry HdisJwAaj pfftr Set
Fine Dinner Set; !
T asfi ihlM "iamn. Tilajaw
A'baanaa flfrfSft. ttaaMassrib ftla fctitaapsw
G-vaa an Olaeliai'j'
Repar Cia Sad
Oh Fritlay, Jammary S
For Full Particulars
CREDIT SATE!
On Wednesday, Jan. 13th
LIQUORS, BRAlfWES.
Whiskey, Gin.
leers and Wiaes.
Champagnes, Scc.Stc
Stmr. "C. R. BISHOP"
Mtt'AI l.AT. .atMndt.
Ledvaa iKi) ftVTVBtlAY. at S am. fat WataaaM,
vsaislwa. Unas, sad ifaswkt sad Kifwa. KmuI. r
tntwnst hWTaa MmmISI rrry Tt nbAT. All f. ..
awd araarbiSff al Watnfa and Watk aatffy V Kb
Bi.l , aai wnnti st iiaatiw aaa f al . n.
Stmr. "JAS. MAKEE"
WXItt t-..MFaad
Will raw twlaf ij o Ktp Kaai
-UTH'Kf Ibe lmsa) fal f Kl.aaaa Mrert
if-svlbe l3dlHVTbr
J KSA, Nr-n.r. T H rosTCK. 1rld
ll.iD-.laln.4wbi.ArT ' iW, lU
"WliillKll'S
Steamship Company
XX. XTnolcJColcl ct Oo
rTHV- ST MU
tBAy
VALUABLE
HOUSE LOTS
-aj -
i:attt-tt iioao
On MsRsay, Jamiary 25tfi
'those certain cleysm
Valuable H&use Lois!
- Tttft SVAAUSM KIP
4 WSMH.
Iit1iinaiaa-
I.IMITMIl
STEAMER KINAU
KING, Commander.
LiaT MonolvUi a btt Iba fatbjaj'bjr chdab. lasacV
tns t Lahatn MmW. MittsA. Mabsh'aaa, Kaaal-
naa lb BVbSi's ajM
L-S w S-Syal'St- Sa.
a. mcfMs hbs
atfwaii aaa-
1jUSi Suav
aa Sana
T aea lSa nan aa Vbs tSaiaab SW4b
UtriOWlIm .Mi m a - is
m IW4 tHStiN.
rtaaa ha aoaaaal ff on atj
I ae tw to s i Sas.
hsc. Laaib bx- I11W
t'oaaax-tvcla? mi Xo DAY. UeiWf lAtk. aaal tba
oa Ik tert MM4sy fiol ths antssl af Iba Ktrnrs.
Atssasalft sad SfarifaMS. M) 'In Sb dVl mt saek
awtaA
Th Mmn Klaaa artll saahF Ih VOLCAXO TUtr.
rcaefetsy Kan- m na Wr-4sv4af amralag. SiasTl
TovrlaU taort.j. ssd ' m lb- Vsisaa ItafSMA!
Wbta tb- H sad Kn4 -f IS avaith fait ea Maadsv
the klnas wm 1sa m lb at a;
TIOKCTHrUKTlIK LlilMD TRIP TO Till VOL
t ANO. FirT trtJLLAK" WHICH rtiS ALL
' llAut'KIt
Ths Kmaa ! arriv :a tlotar Jsatas raoraJa
on Volran' TUp On HlloTiip. wil War flaaolata
on -faraasTt, ana rnnrs inruy
rAKSCXUXn TRAIXS osnectattk lM R.laa at
NaBRboif
Th KlBfca WILL TOV If at IlaAAlaaJ aaahaa
oadaarsfrao ffwa lllhi, far tae7r.lf sahrtatts
mMr irom lac f pr
STEAMER LIKELIKE,
LORENZENt Corrmander.
Lnif noaolBlB fYwt Voala al f L Cr
sakahat Kabatsl Ksaa. Makalas sad sa
ucrrr wi.fs nm iiaan asm stiMAOia. nvtnf
Will al'-u ft th- at. rr- porta am1at batk stsntsr
mintixpa
-cf Mat ( s4 H"SZ f
STMR. KILAUEA HOU,
WEISBARTH, Commander.
Will l-at-rnrntariyfor Iaanhsa. KoVaiaJcas.UaalB).
Kahatsi Hot "btna. Lusabateboe IUaaU Sd tsya
STEAMER "LEHUA"
DAVIES, Commander.
Will Irsvs regqlfrry far ta SfU as klUaa liwc
STEAMER""MOKOLII,"
McCRECORi Commander.
Learrs llaitAtnln aaeh Xmday, st . as, far Kasea
LsVai. Xastalo, fvlcn, L-baisa, LaaUJ3aasl,Hla.
Wsilsa. rekbaaa sad KaiaaMsa. Kctarninx Wro
rshoo Friday :! for lll,rrtTlx te
day raarstar
csTh t'empasy will sat W reaattV! Us say
frefcht t Mckres saWa rwralpbrd bf,MMo
ialba-rajresnWepulslyasarVrd. Sfas mpiaiu
for Bvwry or Jeselry naiess btseed IttWr f U
rarsar
Ml paalht care win bo Uien at Lls SttX.Wt IBS
Cempany wKl sot amaay ilak f aeeideaL
SAXX. IK W ILDXX. rrwktaMi:
9. . KUMC. Secrtury;
OfWCS Crser rprt asd Osee. Strata.
Ilooolsla. Sept. r- 3i. AWtt
Pacific Mail Steamship Ci
FOR YOKOHAMA AND IWiKN!
a.
Ths Wan-Kaswa ravsvlts Sicshlp
CITY OF SYDHIY
Kl ltBatt.Y.'t OJ3 AS BBS.
Will leare fur ihe. asara Part aa ar
ahwt Ja'aarx Sib.
tarr FrrfjH ti rn., . ifi.
Me lLiiaRiatco.if.
Tcnni ol Salt wilt be Cas&. St
tnct in T Itan.
Mi?. 3L. B. E
Just Receives, Ex Moristsa,
From Great Britain
a vcrt rrsc
SELECTION tf SOOOS
G1KTLEMTJTS WXA1 1
Latost Stylos
Geatleaien Please Call aad x-
amine tbeae Ttae Gk4x
ACCTDKXT DEPAJtTXUrT
PacifcMMtinU Lrfc)M.C.
t7-rttimUm mem ti i'j, r
DUTUAL LIFE MS. Cl
or irr itwuc
Af4c4( Sjc 3taty MS. SslSJSA.nal
tSS4 y S. WaJsaWfcBt fSVpSsSCp,
OasCbejbv OoT -
rook mkiir
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