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HY E. P. ADAMS.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4th,
At 10 A 31. nt.Snlr- Itoom.
AN AHS0KT3IKNT OF 1)11 V ('OOI)S
Prints, Fine Cotton, Lawn, Shawl, Flannel.
will n Rlilrt. Fantfi. Sock, Hat, W'lltr Shirt.
ovcrlrt. Frock, IIUnl.it, Drills, Handkerchiefs,
Tobacco, Ilnlr Oil, Pipe. Nerklle., I Igars.
Envelopes, Taper, Saddl. , I lock, Hope, Ac.
A Lino of New Groceries:
Fine Sugar Cured Ham ond ltcnn, Itnast Beef,
I.lbby, McXcll A fllbb' Corned lleef and Tongue,
I'urk ami Means, (Ircen Pea. a Croix t'nin.
Asparagus, Pickle, Onion s, MeMhrrayV Oyster,
Salmon, IitiatiTf. Soda Cracker,
i:hriltet California Jams, Jellies and Tnlile Ktiills,
Medium llrcsd. Sardine. Cube Su.tar Fine Tens,
Mutard. IVpiur Worcestershire Sauce,
Corn Starch, Condensed .Milk, (. nstnr Oil, .lc
W. I. At) I .IIS, Aurl'r.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1880
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At (lie Residence of 311!. .1. II. WIIjIIUK,
tlcrctanla meet, opposite Mr Thrum', will be sold
on account of departure.
All the HoiisiilioliI Fu mil lire, YIz :
Black Walnut ChalrMnd Rocker, Centre Table,
Chandelier, Lounge, Carpet Chair,
Nearly New, With Cere;.
Parlor Hng, l)ek, Chiffonier, Bedroom furniture,
Dining Koom furniture, Ice Client,
Btndnt' Lnmp, Mosquito Jfrt. Stove and fixtures,
llnlr anil Slraw Mattresses, 1'lllow , Vases,
Crocl.crywarc, Meat Safe, Cluck,
ONE SEWINU MACHINE,
Iu Perfect Order.
Until Tub, Dining Chair,
Bedspread, Single and Double,
1 Black Walul Extension Dining Table, Withstands,
Ac Ac Ac Ac.
I'.. I'. ADAMS, Am tr.
On Lunallln Street, opposite Mr. Hassiilgcr's,
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 6th,
AT Vi O'CLOCK M, AT HALKS HOOM, fA
COTTAGE AND LOT!
Collar;-! lint rompletyd Contain four room, bath
room unil kitchen. Water laid on.
ST TEHMS AT HALE,
K. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
POSTPONED TO UEUESIItEK 0th
MORTGAGEE'S SALE. f
TN ACCOltDANOK Vi'i'If A
X Power nf Hiiln contained In a certain mortgage given
by Kcclllmalilal and KnkaUnia to II, llniklcld A. Co.,
dated May 15. 1877. recorded Lllier I'', Mllo 1 1 .'., unit as
signed lir aald llackfulil Co. to C. Krml, the under
signed glvi notice that lie intends to forti lose said
mortgage for otindltlnn broken, and will sell at public
auction at the Auction Room of K. 1'. Adam In llono-
" "' On the 0th day of December, 1830,
At IS o'clock noon, all the property described In aald
1. That tract of land In Kalama. Kopa, Hawaii, de
scribed III ltoyal Patent 1183,arca 17 acres.
I!. 'That tr.tct of laud at raid Knlama, described In
lluj.il Palttnt 01)14, area a acre.
U, KKCI.L, Asslgnco of aald Mortgage.
Castle A Hatch, Alt'ja for Mortgagee, tut liit
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
Tly Order of tho Tmatcca of the Litiiulllo Estate,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1880,
At 1 o'clock noon, nt my Halcf Koom In Honolulu
1 filial! nflcr for vale nt auctluu
THE LAND OF LALAKEA
Art-a 4JUtl Hcres and
The khupuaa of Waikoekoe
ArcalTTi; acri's, Award II, ApanaS,
Adjoining eneh other: hltnatc In Hamakna, Island of
1 twall, containing rich
SUGAR, FOREST & PASTURE LANDS
Important Water Rights.
Lands' In Kbna, Hawaii.
Aliupimu of Ilomiuiiionui, nrcu 362 acres
Award 8559 U, Ajmna 7.
Ali,mn f Lohnuliimu, urea ncrcH,
t' Royal Patent 7455.
Ahnpuitii of Kawftnui, area 3,80 ncrea
Royal Patent 7454.
Aluiniiaii of Laniliaunui, area 302 acres,
Royal Patent 745(5.
Aluipiiaa o Piiajiiianni, nrca 394 ucrec,
Award 8559 U, Atim 8,
And Including donlraulo CoiTee, Crazing and Timber
Alto, Land nt Wulhec, Jlutil, viz;
Land (111 Aina) of Ahikuli,
Nunr Wnlltee l'lnlHon,-Mnul, luclndliiK n
o( VISi ivcrcs. tmiro ur leiw, ti Bnmll i.irt of which
iauiKJil oano land nttd now iu cultivitiluu, couipriu-111'-
iIho iiuiuitint nml fVnlunbla .wntot rights.
UHd umlor Awnnl 8.W1, H. AiNiun 31.
(J0-TUItJIM A" rAI.K.
K, I". ADAMS, Auctioneer.
KX IIARK J. M. CLKKK,
By older of Nctr. YUI'.N KKK A CO., I will 11
at Public Auction
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
December th and Ojh, t t.X JI. ai galea Itoom,
On a Liberal Credit to the Trade,
A LAKOK ASSOKTSIKNT Ol'
Jut recrhed ei bark J 31 Clerk from Ilougkong,
While and Colored Matting, rurnlture,
lUtUn Chalx and Lounge,
Manila Hope, Tobacco, l'cauut Oil,
General China MerehandiseT
I!. I". ADAMS, Auitr.
rpilK F014T.OVINO GOODS IX
A thu llouded htoiea unclaimed, will biilil for dutle
and charts, uulei prnpeilir eutered wllblu luyuty
duya (miii Nov mber Utli. 1 , , ,
fix steamer City of 'cw ork, from 8u lrancl.co,
JUU0 SWlil, 1V.
A. , C.merou.l c, I doicu boxea Vancy Crackera.
A. M. Cacivroii, Sri 1 Zuccatu'a PaUt.1 l'p)rograph,
Hith latrr.ure. and flituie..
Kk atmr City Of Sydney, from San Prauelico, Augutl
A M. Cameroo 2 ca. containing It tlpholitrrad Chain'.
' W. F.ALLfis.Collnlortlanrral.
Cunoni Home. November Ulh. IbVM. 12 at
A X X EDOOOD S-A liAHO K
J uaortuicut of tfottuo ud baa raaclsco packlug.
t ' llVbitbO V.0
BY C. S. BARTOW.-
I'OSTI'ON'EI) TO DKCKMIIEK Olh
.Mortgngcu's Hulc or Jlcnl KMtule.
PTHSIJAKT TO A I'OWRIl OK
ale contained In a certain Mnrtgnse peed, dated
I'ebruary 10th, 1S), made lietmen . KII'I. and Itcy.
P.. IIOM), Itecorded In Liber r.l paite III, tit, 1. Mr
(' S Ilartow I Inalmrtnl by ( ItHmlth. Aalirnee of
tld morttage, to aell at hi loom at Public Auction,
On Monday, December 0, I88O
AT VI O'CLOCK NOON,
All tMl ceitaln iil-c and parcel bf land altnated Is the
town of llllo, Uland nf llawnll, together Mltli all lm
prnement thereon being Hie rnme conteyi il to S Klpl
by Kauluwale by ib I'd recorded In Liber 111 on page W
(oiilnlnlng'i'.'J'.") fei t or fIIl arrea, fronting on Wala
nnenue tn et. For further rmtlcnlnr ajiply lo
HICIlAltl) V IIU'KUKTONt Alfy for Mortgagee
R O 0MS"A"L E I
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7tll
At 10 o'clock A, M, it Sties Itoom,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Honlcry, Lot of Crockery.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOO,
choici: and rnxsii lot or (.uoci:itn:s
flUITAIILC Iljlt CIIIUSTMAS.
Superb Layer HiUIn. Xante Currant.
Pall Apple lluttcr, Tina Mluco .Meat, Lemon Peel,
Hoaat I owl.
Maple Syrup, Honey, Ouldeu Syrup. Lunch Tongue,
Ilend Cheese, Compred t'oriutl lleef,
Table and I'lo Fruit, Condeniil .Milk, IXL Oyalera
bet brand eer Imported, Tin t'raiker". Salmon,
Sardlnea, Sugar IVa, Stuar Corn, Lima lltnn,
Saiiagi-. .Inrim, Pall Lnrd, Mottle of Pkkle,
Sllred Dried Apple. linking Powder. PoUloe,
Onions, Wheat and Corn, etc , etc,
C, H. IIAUTOW, Auct'r.
AT AUCTI N !
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M
On tlio Wniklkl side v HrcwerN Wltnrf,
Will he sold at Public Auction, Ibc llrlllrli
About 10 ton br.rthen,tronirly built and coppered, and
with rigging and aultnf tall complete s a fat paller,
and admirably adapted for the Inter-Mand tradlc. ha
Ins been lately cmjiloycd between Kminlng's lalandand
C. S. IIAItroW, Auct'r.
R O OMSA L E.
FRIDAY, DECEMBER lOtb,
At 10 A. M. nt Snlos Koom, bo Bold
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
ASSORTMENT OF WERC3ANDISEI
A. LOT 01' 1'UHMTUIin,
Wardrobe, Table, Chain, &. &c.
AT ltiSO A. 31.
Will be offered for Sale Without Ucacrvo an assortment
Itulnart, Pcrc et I'll.
Quarts and Pint.
Of different lr.iinl In Quarta and Pint.
Norwegian Beer in Pints !
Also a few- Dakcta of
CALIFORNIA HEIDSEICK CHAMPAGNE!
To clop n Concern,
Tina of Choice Lunch Tongue. Oystera,
Salmon. Sardines, Corn Dccf, Lob'ters,
Tnhla and Pie Fruit, Jan, Pea and'Corn,
Condensed 3111k. Assorted Milk ami Soil.i Crackers,
Ills of Superllue Tea, llxa of Soup and Candlea,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
C. S. n.UtTOW, Auct'r.
om: jita;i; i'iaxi. a noon
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an Investment.
Rented to good tenant for a long period. Tlulldinga In
good repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
Nicklo Mounted in Sets or Single
Fiocos, such as
Tea Pots, Cofl'oo Pots,
Cream Jugs, "Water Jng3i
Slop Jars, Sugar IJowls,
Spopn Holdors, " ' ;
Tea and CofTeo Urns,
Iron Stone Ware
The hor ware la put together not alniuly 10 lake the
rye but la well made In crtry respect.
Plates, Platorri, '
Gups nud Saucers,
Toilet Sets, plain ami fuuoy,
Dinner anil Tea Sots,
Dosort Sots, ifcc., ivo.
Tactical Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers,
j y Kuaumtsu Strc.t, Honolulu
The Al Swcdlh IHrk
Now due hern, nlll return with dlspAtch lo Hongkong.
For freight or passage apply to
8i7 II. HACKI'Kt.U A Co., Agent-
POK SAN J'JLtANCISUO.
The Al Amrlrnn Ilrlpnntlne
, n o m a 1 1 F a o
ZX& IlOWAItl), Master,
Will have quick dispatch for above port
For Freight or pragi apply lo
WM tl. IHWIM A CO.. Agent.
Now York and Honolulu Packet Line.
..3a AX Al VHHS15JAVIMjJ1K -4
,nU put 011 ror this port direct, to sill from -
:.'cw York about DKC'llMlllWt 1st, Partle deslrlog lo
ecnre space for their merchandise, by tills popular line
will do cll to sind th'lrord'ra early.
W. II CKOHSMAtf A 1IIIO.,
Agent, New York.
c stli: A couki;.
8171 3m Agents, Honolulu.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
M A B. O B O," 2k
Will sail from Honolulu to llllo direct, and lll call nt
lulcrmedla,tu Port 011 the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to die Cat tain on board,
J or A. IItAXK OOOKK, Agent.
1 1 t ,iiAMi:u
Tneday, November 2-lrd, S p m,
Tuesday, November Until, ft p m
Tuesday, December 7th, ft p m .,
Tuediy, December llth.,3 p in.
Tuesday, December 21st, ft p m..
Tucsduy, December :8th, ft p 111
Circuit of Iluwall
Circuit nf Ilauull
., .Circuit of Hawaii
o- Jin .'roilM nir nvsnirr .tlonry. fin
Wo positively iWlinr to open nccounta for Passases,
and we partlru rrly call Ihn atteulloii of the traveling
public to then ceashyof having llaggage nml Trelelit
plainly marked; m Steamer will nut be responsible
for any unmarked llaggagc, or for Freight or Parcel,
unless Ui-i'viiiit'd 1111.
Frilif'tt "itonoy Dno on Demand,
In all cae of freight for pnitlrs not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will lie required In advance
i',v:ii uj:m oM.niinnts nml vvim:n mi.n
hi: i'i,,M.i;v Ki,ittci:i
For the party w horn Ihey aro for, or plainly staled In the
receipt lowborn Ibeyliri consigned.
All demand for damage or los must be made within
In no way liable for lo or accident to live slock,
tsT" Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not bo
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, until after the
paengcrs hae bten landed.
BOS WILDCK A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: si'i.rMuit nti:am.hiiu
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or nbout Monday, Dec 20.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Till'. .NPM'.Nmi) NTr.AMNIlII
On or about Suturday, Dec. 25
For t're'gbt and Passage, nppl' to,
SOS In. II. HACKPLD A f O., Agents.
JioiW for Sliliiirtil prr Mtcnnii'r ciiii nun
if Hliirod, Free nt ;iiii'kc. Ill llir I'lre-proof
.Vni'f.lmiiHi. iiOur tlin Sti-nmer MStiirf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AGENT FOIITHK FOLLOWING COASTUltS :
Wailolo, (5 Malolo
Wulohn, 4fS.l ArVnlinttlu,
Goiu SioRel seVi4n Kftluna,
FLAG lied with While Hall. Offlco-Corner of Queen
817 and Nuuanu Straeta, 1
PLANTERS' LINEJFOR SAN FRANCISCO
j& C. Brower St. Co. Agonts.
i.v v Merchandise received Stornire I'rrp.
and liberal cash advances mado on ihlpments by this
line. 7SJ ly C. IIIIKWIUI A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
fifiJC C. Browor A. Co. ARonts
fiV' '" Favornbls arranuemunU can alwav
made for storage and shlnmeiit of OIL ltone. Wool.
Illdeaaud other Merchandise tpNcw Ilcdford. Boston,
New York and other Kastern Iorts, "TV.e"Cash advances
made. 780 ly C. llltnwmt Jt IJO.
AN INVOICE OF
And Foi Halo by
'B17-8 II. HACKFELD A CO.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY
THAT THE FIHM OF
ED. HOFFSCHLAEOER & CO.,
Doing an Importing and Commission business- In Ho
nolulu, West corner of Fort and Merchant streets, con-
FHED. 11ANN1NO, residing In Germany, and
WM. MAEHTENS, residing In Honolulu.
10 lm ' ED. HOFFSOIILAEGEIl A CO.
General Blacksmith, Horse-Shoor
Esplanade, In rear of Chluesc 'theatre. IU lm
"FRANK II. AUSTIN & CO.,
Commission Merchants and For
Office No. 20 California St., Han FranolKco.
Consignment, from tho Hawaiian Islands desired.
The llest Prices Warranted, and hales Guaranteed.
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
. Nos. CO and 52 King St.,
jfifaV?" ;" 1r" Bulldora, Trlm-itjB
iTTvTlrV1- mers, Pintor, VnrnUhom E3
All kinds ol Hjpalrlng attended lo, and good work
guaranteed al Low Hale.. 6 ly
ACCOUXTS 1)LIK AXD OW
ING to the PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEIt-
TISElt Oftlcu up to and Including the 30th day of August
inu.l be stilled with J. 11. Ulack only, All lud(btednua
up to the tame date will bo settled by
J. II. IILACK.
Honolulu. Angus! I, IMP. BIT- a
SEIBEHT'S AUTOMATIC STL'AM
FOIt 6AIJ! HY TUB
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This Utile uppiratns nil. the cylinder constantly and
perfectly. So little oil I. tiled that a saying of nil and
wear equal to four time. Its cost may be cifcctcd In one
Pint Size, $43. Half Pint Size, $30.
Jast to hand Ei "Euroka," ami (or Bale by
100 bids. Prime Plantation Salmon
Al lhe iMieent M'trh'l Jitil'.
ail a THEO.H. DAVIES.
15A11TIKS IX POSSESSION" OP
. the following Plantation Orders, drawn on ni by
Mr. J.N Wright, Manager of Koloa Plantation, Kauai,
are reqne.ted to prt. rut them at nur office for p.yrarnt
wuhlu 14 day. from dale; r-thcrw lie the .aid draft, will
be considered noil and vntdi
Draft No. 4J. dated Koloa, Feb. ST, leW, for tTO.
Draft No, Mi. dated Kola, Feb. 87. !, for IlW.
JJioft No. 171, dated Koloa, Aug. a, ll. for ().
..,,'. . .' U. IIACWKLI) CO.
HoooJlu, Noveniot-r, 18T iktj
BREWER'S BLOCK) FORT STREET,
WILL OPEN AT 1 P. M. THIS
DAY, DECEMBER. 4th,
With It nsual assortment of
I Olt OI,I AMI YOIIMl.
Unequaled by any establishment In this city for excel
leilcoaud variety, being selections from
AMKltlCAX, IIXIIMSH, I'HKXCH,
which will bo placed at as low figures as la consistent
with first class goods,
No Oootls Sent out on Approval.
Orders from the other Island are respictfnlly solici
ted, and will be carefully attended to a heretofore,
When selections an left to u, the ex, ngf and prefer
nnce.of lluii for whom they are lutindcd should be
given, Iu guide In such selections.
I'AMJV UOODN-Ilrnnrc "latuary. Bouquet Hold
er, Card Hecolvers, Smoker' Scis, Jewel Ca
Lets and Paper Weight, (Ha and China Vase.
Marble Slaliiary, Inkstand In variety, Pen Hacks and
Paper Weights, Wbrk lloves, llashetannd llagllctlcules,
Mulc lloxes, (lias Iliisls, Globe, Writing Desk, Cal
endar lt.icks, Plinlo, Statuary, 1'lowe.r and Illril Panel,
Easels, Passepartouts. Mat. Cabinets, and Cud Vel
vets, Frames, Ludlta bag, Purses, Card Cases, Uronze
and China Ornaments, Fans, Ac. '
t'riiiiK'N lirliliiuii, ,Wtv Year", ntrtliilii
miit IllnnU I'lurnl Cnrilx, nml
hntlii lliiiiiir-ri'lti"!. '' '
NEW STYLES PAPP.TEUIES IN.VAUIETY.
Cold Goods :
OoM Pen, Ivory, 1'eirl, Ebony, and Itnbber Holder.,
Pen and Pencil Oases, Charm Pencils, Tooth Picks,
Tooth and Car Picks, Stcds, Slcce lluttons, Charms,
Prcscntiition & Miscollnncoits Rooks
In line Illndlngs, Claims Special Attention
Colton's Complete Quarto Atlas.
llrjant'. Holme', Longfellow's, Meredith's, Tenny
son's and Whlttlcr's Po ins,, Christmas Tide, Iris, The
School Hoy, Prince Deukallun. Tim King's Secret,
Dure' Itlmc i' th" Ancient Mariner, bhnkcspi ur's
Characters, Heynard tho Pox. Sunshine and Storm,
Paul Lecrolx' Famous Art Works, Ivul. Isla tlmcllcd.
Uncle Tom' Cabin, Fnjry Lind nf Science, '1 he Unl
cre. Painter. Sculptors, Ac, Pleisunt Spot Around
Oxford, Art In Europe, Art and Artists in Connecticut.
Laurel Le.wcs, French Picture. Caledonia, Tropical
Nature, In the Sky Garden, Pearl Fountain, Fern Para
dle, lleautlful Snou, Liindsrnpe In Am. Poetry, Shep
herd Lady, Tho Sea, Htcollictlnn of writer, Half
Hour In Natural History, urusu s History of English
'cople, Welsse'a Origin, Progica and Ilesliiiv'ni tho
Ini-llsh Lancuaje and Literature. Gelkc's Life and
English Language and Literature, Gelkc's I.
Works of Christ. 2 vols.; Dlckcu'a Works, Macauley
I'.ngland, llaydu's Dlctliiuary of Dates,
;unintion, Khedives Egypt,
Hand Hook of Legendary Art,
i.j pi to j iuc'miiic, iiniin hook oi i.c'-cuuary Arc,
Sketching from Nature, Hand Hook in Water Color,
Senla nnd Neutral Tint. C. ramie Art. Parks and Gar
Egj pt to Pale
den pf Paris, Literary llnquet, Itose and Holly. Library
of llritlsh Poet. :i vols.; Plymouth Collection of Hymn
and Tune, lltblc. ShaKespenro'a Works. Tejlor'a
Goethe's Faust, Luhke'a Art, V vol.; American Homes,
American Painter, lloyit l-rols-art. Holland'a Work,
flltiuon'a Ronte.lOlillilrcn of the Vlllaife, Iligoldsby
Legends, Hallam's Works, Matilo Leaves, Farrar'a Lite
of Christ, Life of St. Paul, Knight's Shakespeare, royal
quarto edition, 2 vol. Light ot Asia, Print Collector,
Knight History of England. Tyrol and Skirt of the
Alp. Tcniiyaon Sonys, with Mulc, ThorHahNen's
Ltfu nnd works, Shakspeare's Gem, lllrthday Hooks,
Memoirs of Napoleon, and. Mad. do, K-mnsnt, llrazl,
Jloy Travelers, WhatlDawson aw. Farm llallad, Papy
ri!, Little Folks In Feathers and Fur, together with a
variety of latest books by favorite authors and many
other works cif various kind. 'lhe Lino of Chltdren'a
Hook Is very full and cannot fall lo satisfy all tato.
Caldecot and Linen Toy Hooka iu variety. 'Children's'
lllblus, Family Illblcs.
Fine Leather Goods:
Photograph Album, a beautiful a"surtrient for Card,
Cabinet, or romblncd; AUTOOHAPH ALllUMSj Port
folio, Ladle' Hugs, I'elts, Purses, Card Cases. Memor
anda or Pocket Book. Cigar Cases, Pocket Inks,
TRAVELLING TOILET CASES, Ladles Necessaries.
A Full Lino of Diaries for
VVUI.lllt lAMt:.S-Decrlbcd Mans. N'.
Mirrors, Comic Cubes, Go-Dang, Steeplechase, Llfu'a
-Misnaps. name or nations, spu
mv-i a.atiij j t a (ja.at.n
uncs. I.tto. DomiiKies.
rlnr anil I Iu Hllifilma
rrogres. .iionnpousi. cni up un
C'h'jjs.CliicKtT-,, Autlinra, Mulons kind'-Juclc Mranc.
.luck Htonr,Mc, Croquet Sctrt.C'rlb HnaiU nml bux.
MECHANICAL TOYS, NOVELTIES, &c.,
Walking and Talking Dolls, Swimming Toy, Santa
Clau on Skates, ltlondin Oil Velocipede. Vv arner's Oars
man. JublleUvAcrobat, Mechanical Alligators, Itats,
Vehicles, Heverslble Locomotive, Whistling Locomo
tive, biepiiauts, dointcil Animals.
Hocking Horse, shoo Fly Hockera, Parlor Swing,
PcrambiilaUirs, Velocipedes, lllcyclea. Wagon, Carts,
Wheelbarrow. Sail Itoats, Steam lloat. Engines, Draw
ing Tools, Tool Chest. Hindoo Tools, Building, TMizzle,
Chinese, Comic and Alphabet Blocks, CranualPa Ar
tillery, Acrobats, Menagery. Palace Car and other Mocks,
American Hard-wood Ten Pins, Tin Wagons, Animal
and Tova of various kind. Tin Kitchen Sets, China and
Brlttnnla Tea Set, Laundry Sets, Guns, Pistols, Soldier
Cups, Drum., Cornets, Trumpets, Base Halls and Bats,
Parlor Balls, Brooms, Chameleon, Spring, Bell, Brass,
Pclt. Humuiluir and Circus Tons. Masks. Santa Clam,
Perforated Card Board Patterns, Crochet
aud Embroidery Pattern Books.
Magic Lanterns, Lantern Slides,
Tubs, Palls, Wringers, Wash Boards, Dust Pan and
Brushes, Sprinklers, Jump llppes, Magnetic Toys,
Chimes, Christmas Caudles, Brackets, Cornucopia hud
Christmas Tteo Ornament Watchos, Clocks, Bells,
Whips, Canes, Jumping Jack", Surprise Boxes, Toy
Scales, I run Stoves.
Sets of Furniture, Dolls' Trunks, Black Boards
Musical Toy., Rubber Toys, Join fed Toys, Side
Hoards, Noah'a Arl;, Palmed or Whlto Animals.
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Dolls & Doll Materials yet presented
NI'.W JUI.vrcit ltl,l.H-Vino French Kid Ilo.lv
Dolls, dressed nnd undressed; China Dolls, dressed and
undressed; Wor.-ted Dolls, Hag Dolls, Bathing Dolls,
Aestd. Rubber Dolls', Doll Bodies. Doll Hindi. 1,7 China,
Wax and Patent; Dolls' Hats, Shoes, blockings. Jew
elry. Bath Tuba, Bed-leads, Perambulator., Ac,
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ftM 13 TIlQS. O. TIIItUM.
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THE GREAT MASS MEETING
t'Ho.n itAUAiirn Kii.iAii.
TIIK VIHSTSTEP WAS TO CIIOOSK
a Moderator S, W. M. w. chosen a. Grand. -lie
culled the Coiuiolll.. to rrpurl.
lloliti; A. the Hullday. aro near at hand It I. .un
noted that one aud all will make a pre. cut to their
lUtolled! That whoever shall bur Pines. Clear Hold.
era, Clgarelto Holder., or any Good. Iu the buiukcr'.
(Iiie, shall get a due article;
irsvfiru, note every vipw .m.ii ofl nccoiiipauivit oy a
,g of Medicated Tobacco; that each ami every CI-
ear iiomer uan ueacc&mpamcu wun on. no or unarm
near. ( inai eacu vigarcue i;
with it ouu box of Cigarette
tear.) that each Cigarette Holder iball have attached
11.11 further Utiotrtd: That 1. MARCIIANT keen.
tho best of goods, and there are none belter In lb King
dom, bl. Depot shall be the place to porcha.etben;
Jtuflmtl That whoever may be deceived by a grand
display of goods or a .niootli tongue aud purchase good,
not fr ni the above said place, lb donor .hall be nnrd
according u the Judgment nf the Grand Chairman,
U. UJurfker JtfiohtJ; Aa U la Impo.slble to deceive,
the receiver be punished by fine, or be cau.ed lo uo the
good, that be may have obtained.
B. Ufurthtr lletolteU; Tliatfa copyef these Reso
lutions bo nut to the Branch Caucme. tbroushoul tho
The. resolution, were put to tbo Intelligent auil.qca
and unanlmou.ly adopted,
. U In J.P.S, M.,6crUry.
'I-""-.! rft r JUi:JBBBE v;vjlv
'HSaAVsHssV S& 0-tLsV7 iflsSatAUTHaBs-VVKl
4 Iter hi
Extract from llio Civil Coilr-lTriw rnlat
Ibr lo Public Vncchintlon.
SrcTti.r nw. The Minister of the Interior shall ap
point, upon the recommend itlon nf the Board of Hi alth,
a suitable person to be vaccinating nffircr lit cachnf the
gubernatorial division of the kingdom, who shall re
ceive such salary, a may, from time to time, be appro
priated by tho Legislature, and shall be rrmovable from
nfllce at lhe pleasure ol said Minister.
SrrriiiH 311). Each vaccinating; officer shall appoint,
at least, three convenient plicc In each school district
throughout hi division, for the performnnee of vac
cination; amUfrom time to time, give public notice of
thallme when he, will al lend at such place, to vaccinate
all persons not already siicce-sfully vaccinated whnmay
Ihen and there appear! and also of the time when he
will attend at such place, to Inspect lhe progtes of such
vaccination In the person so vaccinated.
SrcTtov nil. The father or mother of every child
shall, within six month after the birth of such child,
or, In the event of the death, illness, or absence of tho
father Or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person
liivlng charge of such child, shall, within six months
"" It birth, or at the earllst opportunity afler, take
such child to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose uf
SPcnoN vt. Upon the eighth day. following the day
on which any child ha been vaccinated, the father,
mother, guardian, Or other person having charge uf said
child, shall agoln take nch child to the vaccinating of
ficer, that he may ascertain by Inspection the result of
HrOTtoH 313. If the vaccination Is found to be suc
cessful, the officer shall deliver to the father, mother, or
other person having charge of the child, free nf charge,
a ccrflncotc that the child has been uccesfnlly vac
cinated, and shall note tho same In a book to be kept by
such officer for that purpose.
SrcTios 31 1. On lhe presentation of any child lo be
voculnati d, should the officer deem tho child to be In an
unfit atiitc to bo vaccinated) he may postpone the opera
tion at hi discretion, and give due notice lathe parents,
or person having charge of such child, to reproduce the
same for vaccination nt a future lime.
Srcitox .IIS. Tim vacclnailng officer holl visit tho
several station appointed by them, at least once In
every lx month., and ortener, If required so to do by
the Minister of the Interior, or Hoard of Heallh.
Srmof 3lfi. Every parent, guardian, orother person
having the charge or any child, who shall refuso or nog.,
lect to comply with life provisions of the law respecting
vaccination, shall ho subjection line of five dollars ;
one-half of.whlch shall bo paid lo the Informer.
Section 317. The several vaccinating officer shall
keep a faithful record of their transactions, and mnko an
annual report of the same lothe Minister of tho Interior.
--.. 11. A, P. CARTER,
11 81" Minister uf the lutcrlor.
November Uth, 1SBU. f
Mr. George E. Ilonrilman ha this day been appointed
Collector for tho Port and Collection District nf Knliu.
lul, Maui. v. p. ALLEN, Collector General.
Approved! J 8 Wjilkeh, Minister of Finance
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NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Fivo ptssenrjors loft Honolulu for tlio colonics
hy tho Australia,
To-NtoitT ii Him. regular meeting nltrht of tlio
Wn noticed u number ol Chineso rocso brought
horo by tho Ho Chung.
Tloatitifnl meteors may bo seen every night nt
this season of tho jvnr.
The recent plontious rnini havo mado the hills
look beautifully greon.
Tho death of tho Hon. Peter Young Kaco cro
ntes a vacancy in the House of Nobles.
Tins rainfall'at tho Ice-worlca, iu Nnnann valloy
for tho month of November measured 9.38 inches.
The ntual monthly "meeting of tho II. C. C. will
bo hold at I'acilic lloso Company's rooms to-day
The planking of the oxtension to tho wharfjat
thu foot of Fort Street is nearly completed. It will
be ready for use next week.
Tho Ohio Stale JotiruaJ of-Novembcr 18th, con
tains a notice of tho death of the late J. II. Coney,
who died in Honolulu, October Uth.
Many natives of the Azores, pleased with tho
letters written to them by friends here, nro anxious
to come to theso Islands.
Tho King sailed for Hawaii on board tho Like
Mr, on Thursday, under a royal salute. Ho will
be absent tvvo or three weeks.
Tns smell arising from tho manka side of Qnoen
stroot from llichard to Fort Streets is remarked by
all passers by. If tho stench can not bo overcome
otherwise, u disinfectant must soon be used.
The bark Amy Turner from Boston arrivod yes
terday, and last evening tho bark Jtmtji VIII, from
tho Sound, with lumber, was reported outside.
The Thanksgiving praiso-scrvico at Fort Street
Church last Sunday evening was very interesting.
The singing was excellent and tho attendance was
On Monday last thoro fell 5.33 inches of rain,
nnd on Tuesday 4.XJ inches nt Dr. MoIUbblu's.
No rain was euaouuturud on board thu Jan, Makes
on her way from Kauai.
Tho correspondence on Hawaiian Sugar, by Ka
maaina, which wo publish this week, should have
appeared before, but .was unavoidably crowded out
of last week's iwiuc.
Mr. Gladstone, at tho Lord Mayor's banquet,
nnnounced that " tho restoration of order in Iro
land Miiisi precede the alteration of lhe laics" in re
spect to tho ulleged grievances.
Evory mall from tho coast brings n number of
naners favorinc tho continuation of tho reciprocity
troaty with tho Hawaiian Islands and tho exten
sion ot it'to Mexico and CeutraLAuirrica.
j- , i I,,. . i
The San Francihco CiH of November 14th says :
Charles Allen, aged forty, a nativo of Honolulu,
one of the crew of tho Helen Mat; was committed
to tho Insane Asylum.
The missing boat, with seven men nnd flyo bags
of mail, from tho Cape steamor American which
foundered nt sea in April last has been picked up
aud taken into London,
Wo learn by privatu intelligence from, San
Francisco that eight onsen uf smallpox were dis
covered in the Baldwin hotel and six in tho l'alaco.
It was introduced by tho Chinese.
William Thompson, allot " Bendlgo, " once a
prUo lighter Hnd champion of the ho ivy weight,
ih thd l'.nullili ring, nut! of lato a revivalist prech
ur died lately aged O'J jears.
The steamor Amtralii from San Francifcq ar
rived late on Sunday evening) sho brought uSrerv
small mail. Among tho passengers wetuMr. N.
Armstrong and Huv. Dr. aud Mrs. Damon,
The fraternity of, Odd Fellows ot these Islands
will be pleased to learn that P. G. M., llolxirt
Lowers has been nppointed D. V. (). H. tut this
jurisdiction, vicu P. (1., W, 0. Parke rcslgued.
Santa'Claus Is coming The toy dealers of Ho
nolulu nro preparing for him, nud'aro exhibiting a
largo siock ot uuriaiuinsguous iroin wiitcu uu u.iu
select tho customary presents for good boys nud
Tho tide of immigration from California to tho
Hawaiian Islands seems to be increasing. The
Auilralhi brought 57 cabin nnd ti.' steerage pas
bengers, 11!) iu nil. Sailing vessels from S m Fran
cisco to this place aro reported to hare good pas
Latest California pitwrs nor Australia say that a
treaty has licen concluded between the Chiuuce
Government and tho United States CommUsion
nppointed for that purjKMo, but that thu conditions
nro not jet known. Tho object was to modify thu
existing treaty, so ns to prevent tho unlimited Im
migration of Chineso to tho United States.
' i1 '
Tho heavy rain last Saturday night sent a large
Btream of water down Fort street. A portion of
tho water ran over the sidewalk and into the exca
vation mado for the foundation of Messrs. Lowers
A Dickson's store. The mortar uf the front wall
of the brick foundation being still wet washed
oat by the water, aud tho centre uf (fee wall fell hi.
WEnroBorroy to say that the only information
available from Mr., Captain, Don, rngnor.'Hir 0. O.
Moreno, for under all theso titles we uayo met
with him in foreign newspiiwrs, amount to this
" please send more money, " A letter has been, re
ceived from ouaof the Youth but It was obviously
dictated to him, and 'nor a voluntary, spontaneous
Ur to the 2Cth ult., wo had received over one inch
lest) than or uwal citnatoia ol tain for ttw past
eleven wont..' Out on that day (or rather nlfftU)
we had a good ahower, and tutioa then heavy and
neraLstent ralna nntil Wfnelav marnlmz. Ur.
V. W, Halt, Nuuanu Avenue, registered 6-inche
i ''.r'ttf;' "-l-""1' ,- " w"""; -.
g-UloSOtla. H,XWUfd. tor Mr up to PmmU
1, reads 41.21 inches, agalnat 4A.00 for th nam
period in 1W0. On th .Toth it raincsl nil day, nnd
tin to midnight. Mr. Hall reoonl A Inehon. nml m,
fto 7 o'clock a. m. on Uec. 1st, .03 inches.
kTtiK band will play Ihls nflcrnoon nt Ktnma
ntiarp, nmimeucing nt I o'clock. Following is
Starch "The Elite",.,, ....Knhner
overture "Berlin Life".. Conrad
Hymn "Thanksgiving"' .new).., .W.ty
Waltf " Pomonln," (new) ...Waldtcn'el
Selection "Norm". Itelllnl
(Juadrllle " Prince Methuselah" (new) Straus
The Cnplnin of the Kngllsh ship Chilenn, who
some tlmo sinro met tlio Hawaiian bark It. C.
Wjllte in flntnes, rescued her crew nnd conveyed
them lo Vilptrnlso. Chile, refused lo accept nny
reward for his kind notion. Tho Hawaiian Oov
crnnient. we are pleased to lenrn, now propose) to
present the Captain with n ehrnnomrtcr, sextant or
other useful nrtlcle, in testimony of their appre
ciation of his disinterested kindness.
A considerably nmonnt of mail mnlter is on
board tho I). C. Murrau, but tho bulk of the lalest
Lnropenn mall was left behind nt New York, as
tho Atlantic steamer arrived so short a time liefore
tho dopnrlure of thn train for the West, that n lug
was sent nnt alongside, transhipped the Colonial
malls In nil hnnte, and hurried off without nur lot
tern. A few novvspiporsj is all wo havo from Europe
San 1 ranciscoiwpers lo tho 21st.
Tnr. Chinese Rlenmcr Ito Vhiwa arrived nt Hono
lulu on Wednesday, 28 days out from Whampoa.
Sho had ono sick man on board nnd on her nrrivnl
wns delnlned lioino fltno otttsldn of tlio reof. It
wnH nt first reported to bo small-pox, but upon In
vestigation it was found lo bo only fever. Sho
brought 48C Chinese, ten of whom are women, for
plantation laborers, most of whom go Into tho em
ploy of their countrymen. Sho also brought n
largo c.vrgo of general merchnndlso for duiieso
merchants here. She will remain in port until
Monday, whin sho will Hall for San Francisco, car
rying the mails. '
A OAMit nf cricket will bo til a veil to-dny betwocn
the following members of tho local clabi !
Hosnr.m.u Cmckit Ct.un. T. W. I,l.hman, C'n;
Mfii :H. Harrison, 11. W. .Tuition, E. W. Purvis, fc.
"W. llohlsworth, O. T). Freeth, C. E. l'errv, II. M.
"Whitney, J. M. lJowsctt, Jr., J. A. Wodehouse, I.
Honoi.vlu InoM Wonns Cum. 11. S. Scrlm
ceottr, Cnplnin j ,T. Mollison, T. Bnehniinn, F. Ives,
Jns. Ljrett. II. More. h. Aylett, .1. C. Strow, .1.
"Ward, .T. Ashvvorth, William Fiji, W. Iloo, J. F.
Clark, W. llryson. John GilUllan, A. Young, Jr.,
J. Kolshaw, W. Allen. '
Tnn Honorablo Peter Yoting Keknokalani Kaco,
cousin of HerMnJesty Queon Emma, who dlod on
tho night of tho 2oth was buried on Sunday last.
The funeral was largely nttended and tho henrso
was surrounded by kahtlii ns is customary on tho
burial of n chief. His retnaitiH wero" entombed In
tho ltoyal Mausolotim on Nnnann Avenun. Queen
Kinnia is greatly distressed at tlio loss of this, her
near rclativo nnd well beloved cousin. Her Majesty
had so recently been called upon to mourn over her
bcroavoment, on tho occasion of tho death of her
mother, that it neemed doubly trying to bo again
engaged iu tho sad task of accompanying tho ro
niains of n dcar'friend nnd relation to tho tomb.
Tnn trotting raco nt Knpinlani Park last Satur
day aftornoon was ono of tho lending features of
thn day. Thoro wero four entries for thn race, viz t
King William, Llttlo Giant, Dollv Vardon and
Pumpkin Seed. Tho first heat, to tho surpriso bf
many, was won by Pumpkin Seed tlmo 3 : 10. He
was followed in succession by Littlo Giant, King
William and Dolly Varden. King William won
the second heat making tho tlmo in 3:8. Littlo
Giant, Ilolly Vardon nnd Pumpkin Seed followed
in the order named. Tho third heat was also won
by King William timo 3:4. Dolly Vardon was
second, Littlo Giant third nnd Pumpkin Seed
brought up tho rear. King William was the win
ner of tho raeo on tho King's birthday. Ho was
driven on both occasions by James Dodd.
The theatrical troupe for tho new Music Hall
arrived on tho Aimlralin. Sotno of them nro woll
known in Honolulu, particularly Mr. Charles. II.
Wells, tho business manager. Tlio oilier mombors
of tho troupe nro Henry M. Wilson, stnen man
ager, W. O. Crosbio. J. M. Francoaur. Mijs May
Vv'ilkrR, Miss Elfan Long and Miss Ella Allen.
They will perform in tlio ltoyal Hawaiian Theatre
uniu tun ninsio nail is completed, 'iiicy will com
mence this evening with tho comedy, "A Husband
to Order," nnd will follow with others threo nights
n week Mondays, Tliursdaysand Saturdays. Mr,
Wells has been nt work for tho last six mouths in
selecting comedies, burlesques, etc., nppropriato
for this place, and wo may look forward to better
theatrical performances than Honolulu has over
bcfor.0 been favored with.
Tho rnin storm last Monday night wan nn un
usually hoavy one. It had boon riming at intervals
for two or three days but Monday night about 11
o'clock tho rain enmo down in torrents nnd con
tinned till nearly 2 a.m., accompanied by thunder
nnd lightning. The streets of Honolulu wero
porfect rivers nnd in sonic, places tho volume of
water was bo great as to cover tho sidowalk. Tho
plain beyond tho town was almost entirely sub
merged for a timo nnd tho water is still standing
iu low places. All tho smalt bridges on King Street
nnd several on other strcetB wore Hwopt away, nnd
tbo mud nnd loose dirt was carried from tho streets
leaving them bare to tho rock. The harbor Is stilt
onito muddy from therinrgo'nmount of debris ear
ned into it. A number of houses on tho banks of
the Nuuanu stream wero Hooded but uono of them
wore seriously damaged. Tho rain stopped ns sud
denly as it began nnd tho weather since has been,
quite clear and pleasant.
A Bnrrisit Hying squadron which is accompanied
by ouo of the sous of tho I'rinco of Wales its a
cadet, now en routo to Esquimanlt, British Colum
bia, may bo expected in Honolulu during tho com
ingsummcr. Thn squadron will bo under tho com
mand of Vice-Admiral tho Earl of Clanwilliam,
formerly known ns Capt. Lord Gilford in command
of H. M.S. Tribunt, and will include tho Inconntant,
flagship, tho Cleojtntia, nnd in nil probability tho
Tbiii'iimfftie if she returns homo soon enough : and
tho Bacchante, Capt. Lord Chas. Scott, will be at
tached to it, so that Princo George of Wales, If not
both royal midshipmen may derive tho advantage,
of a long son trip. The cruise of the squadron will
bo exceptionally protracted, na it will sail llrst to
tho Pacific, thenco proceeding fo llio do Janeiro,
Montevideo, nnd the Falkland Islands. After
touching nt the Sandwich Islands, it will pnt iu at
Japan, to await further sailing orders.
Messrs. Williams Dimoud & Co. nt San Francis
co, havo lately published' n statement giving tho
comparativo value of Hawaiian sugars nt San
Francisco Henneries nnd Cuba centrifugal sugars
at New York during 1878, 1879 nud 1) months of
1SS0, tho Hugnrs apprized by them being confined
to tho.se polarizing IH per rent, nnd of IC D. S.
color. Tho statement mentioned embraces only n
small portion of Hawaiian sugars J and it goes to
prove, that tho lightest colored Hawaiian sugars of
tho highest grades during 3 years past havo been
worth at San "Francisco on nn average nearly tho
same us similar sugars actually have sold at in
. People not initiated in tho sngar trado botwoon
the Hawaiian islands and the refineries at San
Francisco, by looking nt tho statement referred to,
will unturnlly come to tho cuuclusion, that the
jilunlers pn tho S indwlch Inlands have rccoived for
the bulk of tlielr crops an average price of H.4U
cents per .pound, or very noarly tho New York price
for the very best raw sugars ; whereas many of tho
planters w no have sold their crops ti") tho refine
rloi nt San Francisco, by comparing their Account
Sale from Snu Fr,iiciBco with New York Price
Currents ot samo dates of Cubi centrifugals, with
duo refereuce to color nud )vola.ritiou, ilud, that
they all along havo received for tholr sugars com
ing un to U.19 about 1JK per cent. Ichh at San
Francisco than thn market prico for the same
graded of sugar nt New York. 11 may boadvanci d
as an argument, that planters can bring their su
gars to polar iol)H per cent. Should any ono think
so. ho must boar in mind, that oualitv of tbo soil
and iioaruumi to thn ocean play in this mutter bo
imiiortiiut n part, that thus far skill mid many
years mperienco hav a ns yet not been uliW to over
come the obstacles. With the table of Messrs.
Williams, Dimoud .fc Co., above referred to, thu
writer has no fault to find ; ho has no doubt whaU
ever ot tho correctness of their figures but ns
these gentlemen have thuught proper to bring
Sandwich island sugar prices nt San Francisco on
thu tapis nnd to compare them with New York
refinery prices, giving ns an otport statement only,
is it not proper tor us to express a desire for a cor
r ct account of tho whole crops sold to Ban Fran
cisco relluorlcs during the three years past, com
paring tlieiu with New York centrifugal sugars as
to color, polarization nnd prices ? The agents for
tho different plantations would ltcneflt tho public,
much by combining to make out condensed statis
tics of the three pal crops or of tho last crop
only. Facts ore stubborn things nud in this In
stance they would be very interesting to tho plant
era nnd instructive to the public generally, but
especially to pooplo that mo inclined to invest in
sugar plantations t such parties would be pleased
to find out the truth, tbo whole truth and nothing
but the truth. Yours truly, Kauxauia.
Huelo, Ha-ak.ua, Di.stmi , Maui.
llecord for week ending Novemlier ISIrd, 8rX.
Barometer corrected for temperature, elevation
aud instrumental error t
Average barometer reading, 3003. Lowell reading
Dottdi Novcmbtt SW.Sr. .-?ivj. Ulgbt.l reading
noted i November 7tb, i a. i. 30,us.
Averag. Iberuotaetcri pry bulb, TI! wet; bulb, Vf,
Average, relative humidity, M per cent.
November 17th. l.M of an tnchj Noremb.r 18t, 0.10.
Total. 1.6S of an Inch.
runlted utaiea tusaardj. Tola
I 0u;klUetye4tMaov, a.
fVnlted 8tatea standard). Total BualHi of Bllet,
From Our Hilo Corrapomlmt.
Htfxj, Novemlier 27lh, IRSfJ.i
EntTon SATcnntt l'nr.osi As record 'the new
flow thero 14 nothing special. Wo have been abfn
I j see it noarly every evening and early morn. 1
havo been situated so that I could see It from quite
..ear Cocoanut Island which I tho best place. I
could nl so seo tho reflection from Kllanoa nltnoit
nightly. Tlio flow toward Knit I not so plainly
Jeii from hero nn formerly. It is licst seon from
tho Volcano House, Kilaucs. Pnrtiet who havo re
turned from thoro ( Kllauea ) say that tho flow is
my broad and brilliant. Tho llow towards Manna
ha i extending farther nnd seemes inclined to
wnrds Hilo. but it must be some timo lieforo it can
reach ns i It Is morn brilliant now than for Rovernl
days nnd no ono is alarmed. A party of threo
gentlemen nnd threo ladies have left hero for thn
How provided with n tent nnd agocxlstipplyof pro
visions and will be nhsent soveral days. 1 mil sur
prised there. ar not morn persons conilni here to
visit tho llow, as well ns Kilauca which' ft now so
nctlve. Wo hnvn had extra nu-e weather for thn
mat four week. The old mildo. Mr. Itnelieck, who
has liailji vncntion several wtekrt, tlio first vacation
In three years, goes back to his lalior to-day. He
I tho only gultln who speaks English, Ho la nb
ways In good spirits nnd always ready nnd willing
lo iiuawcr questions which those who visit Kllauoa
havo to ask. j, a, m.
Tho vlow front llllo of tho outbreak npon Man
na Ion hanshownnomoremarknblochnngesdurlng
tho past weok. Evidently, tho llow towards Kan is
diminishing. Parllett returning from Kllnuen to
iwrt that tho stream is flowing very slowly nnd ns
seen from tho Volcano House Is losing ifn flro day
by day. Kllaticn, however, is exceedingly nctlve,
presenting unusual attraction.
Il'lio most ncllvo flow now is thnt running from
tiMr tho summit of Maunn Ioa, in ft northerly di
rection, or towards Mnnna.krn. Clouds for the
greater portion of tho timo havo obscured tho
mountain, lifting, however, nt intervals to rovcal
the subitum fires still doing their1 nwfnl work.
Saturday evening, November 20th, vvns very clenri
nnd tho eruption was observed iu threo distinct
craters with n grent flow of mother lava Tunning
ffoin one to another, and on down tho sides of '
thn mountain to the north apivarcntly. y
Parties watching tho mountain from llllo Just
nt dusk, noticed n budden eruption or exploslom
from ono of.thcsu crnters. An immense nmonnt of
material was nuddouly thrown Bcvcral hundrod
feet Into tho nlr.
Wednesday evening was nlso very clonr nnd the
pyrotechnic display which was very magnificent
could bo admired by nil beholders.
Oh Thursday morning tho mountain wns clear
for nn hour, nnd revealed through thn glaro that'
tho config jratiou of tho domo-liko surfneo of Man-'
n a Ion is much changed.
Two crater mounds of connldcrnbte height break'
Its even front, lying apparently two or three miles'
apart, tho second, North East of tho first. A third
crater at n littlo greater distance, and north of tho'
second was nlso observed, nud in nil three, thoroi
seems to be great notlvitv. .
On Friday, these threo mounds havo been'
watched by soveral observers during tho abort
timo tho mountain wns visible. At times during tho
night tho clouds clearod away, revealing columns
of II ro nnd smoko, not only from thn threo great
centers of activity but from tho wholo lino of the
Treatment of Chineso Criminals at
Tho Earl of Kimberley, noting on tho recom
mendation of tho Governor of Hongkong, haa
given instructions for tho repeal of tho local law
nnthorizing tho branding of Chinese crlminnls,
tho repeal of nil lnwn in Hongkong which impose
flogging on individuals of tho Chineso raco exclu
sively, tho abolition of public flogging and of flog
ging on tho back. His lordship was also directed
that nil flogging bo abolished in tho colony except
for such offoncoa ns entail (logging in England.
In convoying thoso instructions to tho Govornor,
Lord Kimlierley writes;" 1 hnvo come to this do-'
cisinn mainly becauso I entertain Rtavo objections
on general giounds to the infliction of tho punish
ments in question, nnd especially that of flogging'
for ordinary offences. In this country flogging.'
lias ceasod to bo employed ns n means of repress
ing crime except in tlio caso of certain crimes of
urutni violence, anil ns a means of prison died
pline it is confined to tho caso ,of convicted pri
soners who nro guilty of Borionn offences against
tlio regulntions of tlio gnol. It roust bo borno in
mind, however, thnt it is not always safo to con
cludo that punishments which nre un'sulted to n
European community can bo dispensed with in
dealing with such a population nn the Chinese po
pulation of Hongkong ; and it will bo necessary,
therefore that tho effect of tho changes yon recom
mend should bo very carefully watched." In the
despatch conveying tlio Governor's recommenda
tions on which tho Secretnry of State has now
nctcd, tho opinions of the Chief Justice, Sir John
Small, of Mr. Tonnochy, the superintendent of
tho prison, nnd of tho other officers concerned in
tlio administration of tho criminal law worn en
cloned, and wero to the effect that crimo had been
reduced nnd prison discipline improved j while the
Governor had, in tho exeroiso of the ltoyal Fret
rogntive, suspended branding and public Hogging
und reduced tho annual n Jniber of flogging to one
or two, instead ol having them counted by hun
dreds. In tho same despatch the Governor thus
records his own exporionce of the Chinese race :
"For nine months past I havo not sanctioned a
single case of flogging, and life and property have
never been so secure in Hongkong'ns nt this mo
ment. Crimo has beeti reduced ton minimum, and
whilo this has been done, the Chineso population
of tlio colony has largely Increased, nnd the influx1
of Chinese from tho Kwangtung provinoo has
nover been so great. Sneaking with an experience
of threo years nt this side of tho China 8ea, nnd of
four years' administration of a Chluesorxuumunity
(Labuan) nt tho other side of tlio China Sea, I
venture to think thnt tho views of those Europeans
goutlemou who assert that tho Chinese nre an ex
ceptionally criminal race, nnd a race that should
bo especially dealt with by flogging, are not cor
rect. On the contrary; having some email experi
ence in tho government of nearlyievery race in
Her Majesty's Colonies Europeans, Negroes,
Malays, nnd Chineso I am more disposed to say
that the latter are, as a race, the least criminally
iiicuneu, ouu mm iney are cue eaiiesi to inuuenoa
by thnt best ot reformatory elements Industrial
labor." In referring to tho, statistics of crime re
cently published in tho colony, the Hongkong
IMly Vres says : " If it bo truo that ligurcs may
bo mado to mislead, thoy certainly do not do bo in
thin case, as the ntato ot good order and security
tho colony has latterly enjoyed was frequently re
marked upon before the appearance of theso statis
tics. It is hardly necessary now to reopon tho
question ns to tbo proper niodo of dealiug with
crimo which formed such n burning topic in the
colony a couplo of years ago ; but it is only fair to
note tho fact that undor the present rji, crime
has sensibly declined."
Place of Worship. '
Seamen's Betiiki Rev H 0 Cam on, Chaplain, King
etreut, near the Sailors' Home. Preaching at II a' a.
Heats free. Sabbath School before the morning aervlce,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening, at T, o'clock,
Four Htiuet Ciiuiicii Rev VT Frear, Pastor, corner
ot 1'iS and Heretaula streets. Preaching on Hundaya
at 11 a M and 7!i r v. Sabbath School atlO a n,
Ht AxnKxw'a CATUKiiaAl English sen lc I Rt ir
the Bishop of Honolulu and Rev Tho. Blackburn. Ha
waiian aervlc.! Hur Alex Mackintosh. 8.0, lo(y
Communion U.:, Matins and Sermon (Hawaiian); 11,
imunnmi u.;n, .viattns ana Sermon (Hawaiian); 11,
In.. Litany and Sermon (Kugllth); 4. , Evensong
vtallan); 7.3(1, Evensong and Berto (Knyllahf.
ana (English), morning; &&, 343; evenings a7,4l,!.
Kawaiaiiao Ciiuiicii' Rev II II rarker. Pastor. Xluc
street, ubovn thu Palace; Service. In Hawaiian every
Sunday at It i N. Sabbath School at 10 a K .Evading
service. at"14 o'clock, alternating with "Kaumakapllf.
District meetings In v.rlou. ch.pela atS.tUTji. Frayar
meeting every Wednesday st 7)i m, .
KAVMAKAriLi CiiirncH Rev M Kuaea. Pastor, Bel.
Unfa street, near Nuuanu. Service In Hawaiian every
Suuuay at lCVi a m. Sabbath School at ti4 a m. Even'
Ing service at 7H o'clock, alternating with KawaMhao.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday at,7)i r H.
Roman Catholic Ciiuiicii- Under toe charge of Rt
Itev Hl.hnp Malgret, a.altted by Itev Kalher Hermann;
Ji'i.rt .reetuear Ileieloula,
Scrrlcea every bund
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