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AUCTION" HAIilW.
BY K. P. ADAMS.
CREDIT SALE
China Goods
nr oiinr.it op
Messrs. Wong Leong- 6c Co.,
WIM. HUM.
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
-os-
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10th,
AT .MY PAUIS IIOOM AT 111 A M.,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
-01'-
Cliina Goods and Wares
juht iti:ci:ivn
Ex Into Arrivals from Canton,
...ItNTI.NO OIUKFLY OP
CHOICE GROCERIES,' PROVISIONS.
-AI-SO-
Chinese Wines & Liquors.
W-TKHM AT NAM'.
i:. r
ATtAMS, Anctloneer.
CHRISTMAS&NEW YEAR'S
HOLIDAYS!
A (IKKAT HUltl'KISi: TO HONOLULU
F. HORN'S BAKERY
AND l'lONCKK
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
71 Hotel Ht. bet. I'ort unit Nmmiiii.
The above would respectfully cull tho ntlenttnn of
bailies. Heads of Families, nml the l'nlillc generally '
theso Island to
HIS EXTENSIVE STOCK
IN I'f.AlN AND FANCY
Confectionery- and Cakes
Never seen In Honolulu before, consisting of sevrrnl
thousands of llin NIIWCST DKHKINN A.N'l) .NOVIII.
TIKS of Nuw York and Chicago, such as Christmas (lift
llnves, Inriro nssnrtmuit of
Christmas Troe Ornaments,
(lelntlno Cornets, Ollt Walnuts. .Motto lleirts, llounrlnc
ltvblf, Cupid Pictures, Satchels, Vines, I'Ihi anil Hol
low Huzar Fifrtins uml Animal of ull descriptions,
Fruit Clu.lcrs, Panorama litK, and mnny other article
too numerous to specify. Also n few hundred pounds of
his delicious
SOFT CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
II Anil miwle Crrnrnn, Double Cant metis Pure Frcili (Ititu
l)roj), and uecrnl tlinunnd pound of
l'uro
Homo Mario Conft'ct.Hiiery tn (J rent
Variety.
Fancy lloxes. Surprise., Cornucopias In nil
pIpp. Com-
mine .viouoes anil v;asanuen,
nd a viry lure hi tort-
inrnt of
Eich and Plain Fruit Cakes.
Pound, llnnnit nml .Mould Sponge. I'yrnmld nnd .Ttlly
Onka In nil sisrs, oiunmentpd In his usually rich stvle,
and plain.
Christmas nml Now Year's .lllnco 1'ios
6f Illclicst Quality. JUNOE MEAT KOIt SASK
F. HORN respectfully Invites I ho l'uhllr nml Dealt ri
to Inspect hla Inrito (tuck beforo importing or buying
clioHlicre, us lila floods will Invariably tie sold the.
Chenpcsl. U B.-J
B uJ.e s
5 c rt ftp .c'
- X ? O.- feavo
aEe. g
.H .2if,3S"?'
tecSs&iS
" r.-ra-S'I-B K
e I c.gp'S''EIk
sr I s .--3 b - 3 a j.
daa::
i " p- m "r- :
5SJSU rt UT3
For rilo by
7 3m
A. W. HI('IIARDNO!ir '.
C.irnrr Fori and Mrrcliant t., Honolulu
REAL ESTATE!
Desirable property on Fort St. For Sale.
rrilK WCIili KNOAVX JAVr SITlf
' Jl .led on Korl Hlreet above Ilerctanla. This lot l
lw fcrl frontage on Fort street, and ll feet nar. There
U to-taiy ilwelllni: home on Hie lot, nearly new,
with rook home, llh bousu and privy, and tu tll
W ten deep, well stoned up from tho bottom for sewer
g purposes. Th water l laid on In four different
Y... '.ml nlnlni. all III PIXhI eolldll Oil. 1 llfro U
' . .,.,.i.. .nAl.... ... ..... Iir... . ..I I .... Till.
rami
i cltv
unity
for the permanent lim-.tmcul of capital.
Tllla Virfect. Deeds ehths eiprnsu uf Hid purchases.
Apart of the purchase money may temalti sicureJ by
mortgage un the premises. J ur timber pattlcuUrs.ap.
tilvlu II. W. MAUV, mi ll.oprfinl.es, or
p,rv A.J OAUTWMUUT, Kj.
n'h.m . nlanof the lot cab be seen. tM 7
, i ., , 1 i -
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
von. iaoi
TS NOW IN COU 1WK OF COM I'l I.. A
I !.. i.k . 1. ....I . ..!.. . it.ssHI-ti..sp. l'Mi.le iletlrlu
ironies will nlea.e forwarvl orders early. Advert scuiciit.
behind any of Its predecessors 111 valuable Information,
and will contain new lu.uury. v i"Y" '..VVuLm
Theatrical KeniinUeences, Trip t hllsnea, lUwallan
Climate. Oania and llaiue Usi, Hawaiian Alga. Le
gend, Statistical Tables. Ac. As no pains or expeuso
n tvtxi lo uakf It uteiit tkcouddiuv. of tho public,
Ills Loped to receive a contluucd liberal sttuport.
ritu'S i't:t itspv, rirTY cknth.
Orders to mail copies abroad must Include la cent
for poslago. owlnj. : Jl lucreas-Jj weUlit. Th cou
slantly lucrasliieJltlniiand Us more extended clr
rulitlou '! excellent advantages lo advertisers.
AUCTION SALKS.
BY C. S. rlARTOW.
Tills I? fx y .
ROOM SALE.
ON NATPHDAY, DKCKMIttill 1 1 Hi,
At 10 A. Jt. nt KnlpH Hooin, will lio Holtl
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
and A or.Nr.itAr.
ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE!
A LOT OP FUItMTUUK,
Wardrobe, Tables, t'lialtf,
Window .llndca, Hprlnu' Mattratt
AT 11 TO A Jt
Will bo olTcrcil for Hale Without ltcacrtr an ortmf nt
OX'uGLlVtl'-lL.Ca-KrDEES I
JIiiKcno Clliiuot,
Huliiart, l'crc rt l'lln,
Ileld.elck. Ac
tuart. and Plnta.
SPARKLING HOCK
Of dlrfcrrut branda In (uarta nml l'luta,
Nor-wog'ian Beer in Pints !
Alan n few lla.krla of
CALIFORNIA HEIDSEICK CHAMPAGNE I
To clme r. Concern
('HOICK (HtOCFiltlK.S:
Tina of f'liolre l.tincli Toncnea, Ovatera,
Hnltnon, Mnrillnep, Corn Iieef, I.ubtera.
'I able and 1'le Krull, .Inn, I'ena and Corn,
CnndoiiMil .Milk, A.xirtid Milk nnd Hoda Urnckera,
111. of Hum rflne 1 e,l, Ilia of Hnap nnd C'nndlea,
ltAa of nliiuta. Kneka of l'ntntoia,
lliuia of llrend, N((' of Duller.
Lot of l'lcturc" uml Hooks,
One Cook Stole.
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
A Strong Horso, broko to harness.
Hoxcs oT Apples, Hncks of Corn.
O H, DAHTOW, Aiict'r.
ROOM SuLX-i3
ON
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .M. W1M, UK SOU)
A Variety of Merchandise,
Comprlalni; Dry Oooda, Clothlnjr, llnta, IIolery.
aPx-oli lot of OrooorloM !
Tln of Choice Iiiinch ToiiRil"., Hnrdlnta,
Me Murray' Oyatera 1 nnd 'J llw, Snlniou of 18S0,
Htnr llnniH, riuperior Dneon, l.euf l.nrd.
Pork and lie tna, Oreeu Com, Tina of Honey,
Syrup and Maple Hyrup, llottle of I'lcklui,
De.t of H uice, Mu.liirtl, lfeipt.r,
'Una of Aanorted .Milk nnd Modi Crnckera,
C. S. DAltTOW, Anct'r.
CHRISTMAS SALE !
ON
SATURDAY EVBXINH, DEC. 18th,
. AT 7 O'CLOCK.
A VARIETY OP SUITABLE GOODS
ron
Oliristxaas 3-lftis
Dolla, lllocka, Hmall I'lnnoa, Picture I'rnmca,
I.ndlea' Daqa, Oninea, Chronio., Cnblncta,
And othi r Jlollday Good.
One I'lano I'orte, Spy (Jlnss, Hocking Horse.
O S 1IAKTOW, Auctioneer.
CII R1STMAS SA LE
OF DESIRABLE GIFTS.
"Wednesday Evening, December 22
AT 7 o'clock, a nrled nssartment of
Plated and Silver Ware
A LOT OK
Toys and other Fancy Goods
C. 8. II Alt row, Auctioneer.
MULES AND HORSES.
oHitr.itN wn.r. iik ni:'i:ivt:i nv
the ituderrliriied fortho purchnHOof 31ii1eanml
llorea, nnu pcraonal ntlenttnn ctven by n per
ron In Han rmnclccn to aelectlni: nnd nur-
chaaliiirtho name nccordlUK to order clvcn.
0. r3. DAltTOW.
For Sale.
Nr. 'orrA;i: piano, a ijoii
toned lustruuieut.
o. 8. iiaivtow.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Talitalilo ns nn lincstmcnt.
Itented to Rood tenant" for n long period. DulldlnRS In
cowl repilr nml plcaaantly locntid. Apply to
h d. a.UAKTOW.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate
1 THE MATTMHOFTIIEUSTATB
of C. Kaiinlua, deceased. Intestate. lly virtue of
An order of tale by the Hon. C, C. Harris, Chief Justl.'O
ut the Hitpreme Court, sitting as a Court of Probate, on
theCthdij of January, A. 1). ItbO, the undersigned will
sell at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1880,
At 13 o'clock noon, at the front door of Alllolanl Hale,
all the right, title and Interest which the said Charles
Kanalua, del cased, had In mid to
THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND, KARIELY :
1,1)1' l-UAlttli:, In K.illhi, Oalm, and containing
an area or 1.11 acris, more or less.
I.or 2-I.KAIIA. In Kallhl aforesaid, nnd contain.
Ing an area of 03 tviou uirca. more or less. (Thesutwo
Janus unjoin men otner, nml are excellent grazing lauus.
TWo HojaU'utcnt,)
I.ttT -OVi: LOT Ol' I.AMI situated In Pnitiou,
Honolulu, Immediately In rear nf the risltkucc of Iter,
Mr. Damon, entrance from Hotel street, containing an
urtn of U-1UU of an acta. Tills lot Is leaned for tiU per
annum, Hie lease expiring June 30th, lbM.
LOT I That lot 011 tho torner of King and Purch
bowl alreels, with tho honsis theriou, containing nn
.ma of IT-llKl of an acre. This lot is siiblicl In a life In
terest of 0110 Mrs. Kuihu, who Is now about TUjiarn of
ngii; the life Intiicst to be stated on day uf sale.
I.or .1-Lnt In Wnlklkl, UAlAl.li, containing an
urea of 3 GMUO acres.
I.OI'll-Lot in III of Pan, Wnlklkl, containing an
nrci of IrMul of an acre. This Is nnu patch, and can bo
planted In kalo or rice,
I,li I' 7 Lot In Manoa. consisting of II acres. This
lot Is leased for Silft per annum, pavablcseml-annually.
The lease expires September !W, Isul.
I.O r 8-TI10 All I'l'UAA Ol' II A I'l HIT, situated
In Koolaupokn, Oabu, survey of which la now In course
of urenarutlon. This Is a valuable tileco of land.com-
prl'lnp grailng and rlto lands and valuable flih ponds,
and wllfba sold sitb)tet to n lease of $150 per unniini,
expiring December ai. INiU also a second leaso for JUU
per annum, expiring Ormbcr 31, IBM. Also, one caso
expiring uvc 01, i'i, y J per annum.
I.O rtl-The well known lot or IIAIJtor.IIMi, sit
mted on Palace Walk, and containing an area of T8-1UU)
of an acre.
I.OI' IO-The llUILDINOH on tho above lot lo bo ,
sold aipaiatcly, and to bo rcmoM'd within days after '
thosale. The lot of llalmnelpn (Lots Hand 1U) will bo
soldON TIIK Pltl'.MISKH, Immediately afttr the sale
of tho oilier lots. The tctina of the sule are cash, and
deeds at the expense of the purchaser, subject to ap
proval by the Probate Court.
uirFur Chart, and Murveys and other Information,
apply ul tho oillce of W ('. PAHKi:,
Administrator cf tho Estate nf U, Ivaualna. ,
Honolulu. October iWlli. VH. Utit (C3
BEST AMERICAN
STEAM ANDWATER PIPE.
We would call the attention ot those requiting Piping
to nur largo stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
llhck Weldeii bteam I'lpe H to T In. diameter.
(lalvanUed Water Pipe H to 3 In. diameter,
(.V Thabove at Moderate Prices.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY
bis a 8m
OEf O 3FI S -A.
3!
' ON TIIK INSTALLMENT PLAN,
THREE COTTAGES AND LOTS
ON I.11NAI.II.O NT 111.171',
ttT Small Payment In Adiance. Hulancc to bull
Purchaser. Hue cotigo al
Irvndy built by 11. W. (Iran.
ul. and r-Mdy for occitpxney
ilui others are no.v be or
tiuti;, i.acn uoitage coma
room and delaclieil kitchen
contain, four ulcn rooms, batU
ITVitli Wntor Inlszl. on.
Apply to
WT it ' HAIIUY J. P. McCQOI.
A KKW AMlllUMHMT
MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS!
Large Letter size In several editions 1
I'orOaUs u.i, on heavy paper ,,, Si) cents,
For milling tore I ou llueu Idler, .'J
JS cuits.
rorTvarlfls'use, In clolh case
......WlV'ltS
For saiu at ti.e aiurea er
81 lu
TH03. Q,
Til HUM
F HIPPING.
"FOR .SAN FIlANOlsdo.
TIIK fir.IlMAN DIRK
JlL KAKMI5NA, Ma.ter, 7 SsfMJ
Will have Guide DUpatch fortho nbo vo Port
For freliihl or paitage, apply tn
MI I. It II. IIAI'KPI.M) A CO,, AxanK
FOR
SAN FRAN01SUU.
Tha I'jvorlte American Ilark
?a
m I. C. MURRAY,
t2l!aS' P.O. ItAVKNS, Mn.ter,
Will hftvettulok Dispatch for thoabovo Port
For freight or pannage apply to
IB 3t V, AFONO A ro.
FORSAN FR A NOJ SCO.
w-).,l TIIB FASTHAIMNd IIAIllvi:.NTINK
fJanc A. Falkinburp
JEsSs IIUllllAltr, Manter,
Will have Quick Dispatch for abovo Port.
For Freight or Paatnge, apply l
) If. UASTI.i: A COOKK, Agenta.
FOR HONG ICO NO.
The Al Hivedlali lHrk
-ffi J-lli3Ifir.lTVII3,
LONNOHKN. loter,
Now due here, will return with dltpatch to llonRkont;.
For freight or pnnge apply to
8J? II. IIACKFCLD A Co., Agenla-
SPRECKELS LINE
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
The Al American Ilrlgntillne
CONSUELO
IIOWAItD, Jljalcr,
Will have quick dispatch for above port
For Freight or paunge, apply In
H.1I II W.M. 0, IUW1N A CO., Agcnta.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct,
Tito A 1 Clipper Hchuoncr,
3L " 31 A I. O Ma O," 3L
OOODMAN, MAHTK1I,
Will fall from Honolulu to llllo direct, nnd will cnll nt
Intermediate. Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or I'nMugc, apply to Hie Cnt tain on board,
I or A. KltANK COOKD, AgoiU.
TI3VLI3
or
1J
ItI.VJ,
t i t masii:h
Tuesday, November SHrd, n t m llllo
Tuesday, November a)th. ft p m Circuit of Ilnwnll
Tueadny, December 7th, 5pm llllo
Tuesday, December llth.ft m Circuit of Hawaii
Tni.dny, Diccmber Jlst, ft i in i llllo
Tue'dny, December 2Sth, 5pm Circuit of Hawaii
niT Nu) 4'rt'illt Inr I'litime .1lonc. l.d
Wo posltUely dicline to open nccounta for Pnaee,
nnd we particularly call the ntteution of the trnrllug
public to the n'ce.atty of having lluggngc nnd Freight
plainly marked; lue Htenmcr will not be refponcible
for any niimarkeil llnggagc, or for l'reight or Pnrccla,
unlets Heeelpted lor.
Fratg;ht Money I)no on Domnnrl.
In all ca.ca of freight for ptitlca not rcponalbIe, or
unknown, the freight moncj will be required InntUnnce
lAt:HAli:s ol I.KIIIOKS nml MI.NDS 1HN
in: i'i.mm.y ?i.m:i:i
For the party whom tiny are for, or plainly stated In the
receipt to whom theyar( consigned.
All demanda for damage or loan must be made within
one ninnth.
In no way liable for lo? or accident tn lUe stock.
t& Hack Driver, lliys, and such like. Mill not be
allowed on board tho Miamer on arrival, until after the
pasengcr hale bten landed.
mi WILDElt A CO.
PACIFIC RIAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
TIIK N1'I.EMI STliAMHIIIl
ZEALANDIA
'iii;vai.ikii. ;.ii.iiAMKit.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR S&N FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Dec. 20.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Till'. NI'I.CNDin NTCAMNIIIP
CITYopNKW YORK
1'onn. Cominiciilrr.
On or about Saturday, Deo. 25
For Fre'ght nnd Fmsnge, npply to
801 Jll. II. UAOKI'KI.O A CO., Agents.
(JooiIm lor .Slilpmciit per Ntenmpr cmi lion
lift Ntorril, I'rcc ol Cluiriru. In llin t'iro-iiruot
lVnrnlioiiNn nnir llin Mtwiuicr tlinrf.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
CUNARD LINE
Established 1840.
iailinffs Every "Week,
Two
FOR I.IVIUHMIOI. I
J'oim New Yovk every Wednesday,
From tlnston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Crtbli - . MHO, nml 8100 (laid
According to Accommodation.
nETUItN TICKETS ON FAYOIIAHLE TKKMS,
NloeriiC! - - -tl'JH Currency
flood accommodations can always bo secured on ap
plication to WILLIAMS, DIMONI) A CO..
San Francisco,
JAS. ALKXANDElt,
trj State Strict, lloston, if
VEItNON II. HHOWN A CO.,
4 Howling Oreeu, New York,
Notice to Passengers from Australia, New Zealand
nnd Honolulu 'IhuCunard Lino (fiords mora than usual
facilities to through pa.scugrra from Truns.p,-icltlc
ports, the frequency of its sailings precluding all possi
bility of delay In New York.
liyQood accommodations always reserved,
VEll.S'ON II. BHOWN A CO.,
HOD ly I Howling Preen. New York.
A. FRANK COOILE
AOF.NT FOUT1IE FOLLOWING COA8TEKS1
Wnllolo, 3 Mnlolo
Waloll. Jttjn Islllu,
Wrvlouu, jmKv Watmnlu,
Oeu. SioKol ,Ma!.iiMrt Kaluaa,
nnd MntiB.
FL.Wi-Ild with While Hall. Ofllce-Comer of Queen
617 and Nuuanu btrects. 1
PLANTERS' LINE JFQR SAN FRANCISCO
JM C. Drowor 4, Co. Aeonts.
JKsV Merchandise received Mornxr frcr.Siit
and libera! cash advances miulo 011 .hlpments by this
line. WJ ly C. IIUKWEK A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
m
C. Drowor Jt Co. Agonts
Favorable arrangements can always be'O
nee
hip
made for stonier and .Moment of till. Hone. vVkOl,
limes aim oiner ierenauillse 10 lew rteiirorii, nosiuu.
New York and other P.uatvrii Ports, Wl's.h advances
made
re ly
II
utuwi:u.tt.:o.
JUST RECEIVED
AN INVOICE OF
HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
"DRY MONOPOLE,"
And Vol Sale, by
II. IIAL'KFE' II CO.
FHANK II. AUSTIN ic Cth,
GommiMion Merchants and For
warding Agonts.
Office No. SO California St., Sau Francisco.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands .I'slrsd.
The Uesl I'rlce. Varr411lrd, and bales OuarauUeJ.
!' 4 ly
RAISIKS IttGIITIlK, CJUAHTKlta
, Halves and. Wbulo JJoies, ot birt Miucate).
m , BOLLJia Co.
'
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
'IKt.1l HA.X l'!t .'suo
Wn iiavi: iii:ri:rvi:i a tisMtOTj
addlllon to ottr former stock of rthlp ( handlrry,
Slilp8lnris, Provisions, Ac. Ac , which glvea us the
Greatest Assortment of Goods
Kept on these Islands all ef whlrh will be sold at the
Lowest Market Prices, os usual Our friends and the
publle generally nre reipectfully Invited to examine,
J 8la IIUM.KS A CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
Ati, .trie i.iMiti.i rAciiAiiMnr .ito
10) lb.
Zinc White. Iliibbnck Lend,
llolled Paint oil In bulk and In ft gallon drums,
A full assortment Fancy Color Paints.
em
1IOLLKS A CO,
LUIiltlOATINd OILS.
tt IT. lilt oil. IV AV nllANTlTITIIrqitlresl.
3 Castor OH S and 0 gallon tins.
810 it
1IOLLKH A CO.
AVIItK IUGGING
SilXIN IIIO.U IIM'II
' aaloby
TO .1
i.Miiwt. ron
IIOLLES A CO,
a his
MANILA CORIMUIl
a i'iii.i. ANiimniCNr
six thread lo five Inch.
i 813
or Htxf.H 1'itoji
IlOLI.r.H A CO.
IIKMPCOIIDAUK. AND HOLT KOI'E.
ft ANNoitr.mi.vr or m.i.s 11to.11 3 i.a
Inch to 8 Inch. Also, Hpunynrn, Helling, Itatlln,
llousellne, Marline, Hounding, Ac
BIH HOLLAS A CO,
W.OOKS AND MAST HOOPS.
fBATi'.xr iito.ir MitMTi:ii ni.ocKN,
Metallic Iron Wtrappcd HW?ks. Pntcnt Iltishlng,
Plain Hushing, n full assortment of sires.
3 eiH
UOI.LKS A CO.
GKOOF.HIKS.
IAinnKiiN' i.Aiti, in I'Airj, n a inti.
tnch. llutter In Jars and Kegs. Coese. t'ases
Assorttd Tnble Fruits, Cnnnid .Meats. Jams and Jelllca,
Honey In Olass, Pickles Kegs of Pickles, Vegetables,
Kegs of Pig Pork for family nstr. Hags of loin e, l bests
and Caddies of Finest Ten, rinrduies In qr and ht bme.
Verinltelll, Maccaronl, Crackirs In Vurlety, ( nb.i Sugar,
Keg Sugar. 1IOLLKS A CO.
JJUKAD.
SALOON It It r.AI) IN t'AMKM AND noXHM,
medium bread. Soda Crackers In cases, Soda Crack
era In lloxcs and 'linn, Kgg Jumbles, Usual, n Cakes,
Ac, Ac. , IIOLLES A CO,
IS 817
EXTRA MKSb'BHKF.
Ami I'.Asrr.n.M
For Sale by
KXTIIA I'HIMi: PORK
HOLLAS A CO
S8IS
HAMS AND UACON.
J 1ST AT II A. MI,
2 818
For Sale by
110LLKS A CO
ISXI'KCTIiD.
-Bir.n I'.nnr.KA to
Aititivr.,
AN ADD!
I llonal Stock nf General Merchandise.
2 81U IIOLLES A CO.
POTATOKS AND ONIONS.
rr,:i:ivi:i ii:u city of nuw yoiih,
' the Finest Lot In the .Mnrket.
3SIH
IIOLLES A CO.
GOLDKN OATIi IfLOUtt.
I.ici:us r.xrnt. i:xtiia fajhit
IN
MJP nunrter nnd half sneks,
Eldoiado Flour In quarter sacks,
Corn Meal. Oil Meal. Cracked Wheat In 10 lb
bags, received direct from the Mills every mouth,
nnu warranted
fresh, nnd of the best quality.
2 818
IIOLLLS A CO.
LI MIS.
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Consisting of the usual assortment of
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
Gnlvniiizod Iron Hoofing nnd Fence 'Wire,
Portland Cement ( Whito'8),
Fire Uriclts, Blno Mottled Soup,
Best Welch Stonm Conl,
Gntvnnizcd Iron Wnre, Siildlery,
8 pair Mirrlccs, Tail .t AVntson'a Centrifugals,
Wines, Liquors, 4c. &c. &o.
ALSO
To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE
IUK IN IlKC'EMnER,
00 Tons Railroad Iron, T Itnll,
Rooflnir Slates, &c. &c.
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Should bo without tlio far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand arc now In use.
THE AMERICAN
Is the only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
That can bo relied upon,
ASDJS WARRANTED
To perform
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A certain number of drops per
minute or per hour (visible tn
the ert,wlll keepjnur Cylinder
lubricated continuously. (The
old stylo or cups do not feed
continuously,)
It will' pay for Itself In fuel
every tvvn mouths; In oil every
seven td ten niLiiths; lu wear,
packing and labor eviry four
months,'
'in snove, atso unps lor
C'nns
Shafu Iliarlpn, Cylinder
er Oil
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AT UREATLY REDUCED TRICES.
Sale will Gommenoe Dcemtr lit
AND CONTINUU TO THE loth,
Th undersigned will close nAt hla large and varied
stock of Chinese Merchandise,
CONSISTING OF SILKS.
I vorv and Sandalwood Goods.
Japanese nnd Chinese lacquered Work,
Porcelain and llronzo Varex,
Assorted Fans, Ac,
833 is st
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MON!
Just to hand Ex "Eureka," and for Bale by
the Undersigned,
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A( the Loieet Mark-I Jiutrt,
an THEO. H. DAVIM.
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rienty 10 eat. a ronslns ore. clean beds, and tl
stlrmlsnrA nn Ibtt Ilswatlau Islauds.
Visitors reyuirliiL' any unusual display of
L' any unusual aispiay or vclcanie
;Ie Mtnaper at least Ira diys soilcc
action will kindly xi
Id fine weather, and
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NOTES OF THE WEEK.
I)n. nstrnaos In vncclnnllnp; plijaiclnn for Oaliu.
Tiir "lloynl rroc;reB" Is proRrcsnlnK anllsfftc
torlly, wo hiipe. .
A rtnz plAtio ling been mlilctl lo tho nllrnctlotn
of tlio reiulInK tixmi.
Omi.t tltroo pmsengorn left Ilonolnlii for the
const ly tho Ho Chuny ,
Titr. Imrk Viify Istmpmn la now duo hero, 23dnyB
out from Ran rrnnclsco.
Oon thnnliH nro duo to Mr. Wi 0. Itlno for coplcn
of Into ClilnrKo pnp'tH.
Thk Henlth ofllccru have provided tlietiiRclvoH
with mnterinl for Jillow flniH.
Tiikiir wiih nnothir hiavy dovMi'iKiur of rnlnlast
Monday morning heforo dy light.
CoMMtiNtOATioN with infected Tcifeln, dhotild nny
nrrivo off thin iort, U now prohibited by tho Hoard
of Health.
A NUMDKit of bultdlticH nro being erected In and
nround town. Wo hear of more btilldlno, to bo
dono ou tho plain.
An addition containing two largo rooms in being
ndded to tho Fort Street Bchool to bo uood as tho
primary dep.trtment.
Fiiom Mr. W. 1'. Alexander wo lenrn that tho
ralnfnll at Walliiku, Mnui, for tho month of No
vember, was 1 iiichcH.
ilrit Majrhtt Queen I'minn and Her HlghncR
Until Keellltolanl nailed on Monday evening In tho
O. Jt. lllnlioji for Koloa, Knual.
The regular intoting of tho Hawaiian MIgalon
Children') Hoclrly will bo held lltix evening nt tho
resideiico of Mr. 1. C. Jones, jr.
Last Monday was a busy dny along thoTtharvcB.
Fivo coasting HteamerH left for domestic ports nnd
tho Ho Chung departed for San Francisco.
A nAGE is announced to come off nt Knpiolnnl
1'nrk on tho lfith of Jnnnary, for if&CO a side, bo
twten two horses from Wniluku, Mnul.
Tm brick bnitdlng on tho Esplannde recently
occupied by ,1. T. Chnyter, which lias been leased
by Chinese, is boing converted into n rico mill.
Titr. rainfall on tho nlglit of tho !Wth tilt., as
measured by It. McKihbln's rain gauge, was fi.22
iuches, and not S inches as wo reported Inst week.
Most of tho Chinamen who arrived by tho Isiltr
have Hiippllod theuiHolvcH with now white felt hats.
The remainder of their dress is emphatically
Chinese.
On Thursday tho bchooner llnltalala was towed
out of the harbor by the I'ele, bound for C. Afong's
plantations on Hawaii, with n number of Chinese
who arrived by tho Istaktr.
Tnu bark Lntltr arrived on Monday last, thirty
days from Yokohama, Japan, nt which place sho
pnt into on her passagu 'hero from Yrhnniiioa,
China, with Chineso laborers.
Hit Hosoa Jtidgo McCully left on tho IMelikt
last Monday for Maui. The Circuit Court of tho
2nd Judicial Circuit convened on Tuesday, tho 7th
inst,, at li.ihain.i.
Tub rainfall for November at AV. W. Hall's was
8.G2 inches, nt 11. McKibbiu's residonco on Ilero
t.miii Htrtet, 8.151 ioclies nnd nt the Ico Works in
Nuuanu valley, 'JM inches.
The Expresi keeps coming out at a later hour
every suceeding Wednosdiy, lint vvo give no cro
dencu to thu report that it is soon to ho called tho
IFVifMesirtj! Mldniahl hlxpi est.
It is proposed to hold n fair during tho present
month in tho now Chincso Church on Fort Street,
for tho purpose of raising funds to assist in do
fraying the expenses of that building.
Tue Fritntl for tho current month contains n
continuation of the editor's trip abroad nnd gives
a graphic description of tho " Passion l'lay" nt
Ober-Ammor Gnu, by Mr. F. W. Damon.
AYork on tho brick building of Messrs. Lowers
fc Dickson on Fort street between Merchant nnd
King is progressing rapidly nnd will be n great im
provement to that block when completed.
1
FnoM the Hongkong Diiiy i'lrss wo learn thnt
tho authorities find it almost irapossiblo to check
tho opium vice among the Chineho. Tho majority
of nrrestfl nro for smoking or dealing in this drug.
An excavation is being mndo in front of tho
Aliiotani Halo for tho reception of tlio pedestal of
tho statue of Kamehamoha. The first shovelful
of oarlh waa thrown by Mr. Lishman on Monday
last.
j
The steamer Likelike went away on Monday
evening crowded with excursionists for Miiuna Loa,
and Chinamen for the various plantations on
Hawaii. Most of these latter arrived by the Ger
man bark Laiker.
The police authorities have been paying their
attentions to the drivers of drays, who have been
viol tttn? tue law requiring an vonicles to carry a
light after dark, and forfastdriving.
isoverat uav 0
been arrcatoa una nncu.
We hopo next week to translato some moro
Klele I'otikohi. The writer in last week's issue of
that paper assumos the role of a correspondent,
but we strongly suspect it is our old friond the
" Enlightener" in a now guise.
Tub old story of tho Scotchman who locked his
stable after his horses wero stolen is familiar to
everyone. The Hoard of Health is showing equally
commendable nctivityin trying to lock out the
small-pox after it has got in.
Gowo' along Queen ntrcoton Wednesday Inst we
met a gentleman gallantly struggling ngaiust dif
ficulties j n fresh Bouth-wosterlv breczo was blow
ing nnd tho result wan that our friend was holding
nis uni ny one nana nnu ins nose ny mo otner 1
The Chincso yet remaining in town who arrived
by the Xyster oihlbit more curiosity at what thoy
bcq on tho strceta than is common with their coun
trymen. Thoy may be seen every day luanectiug
buildings, vvngons, show "windowH, etc. They nro
readily distinguished from thoso that have lived
hero some timo by thoir manner nnd their dress,
which' la thoroughly Asiatic
The barks D. C. Murray and Jane A. Fulkinburg
arrived from San Francisco on Tuesday last. They
wero repatted off Diamond Head on Monday
morning but were carried out to sea by advoree
winds. On Tuesday morning they were again off
Diamond Head nnu were towed into port. Tho
Jm,- ay brought a large mall, but as alio left the
Cqast a weok beforo tho lost steamer Australia sho
brought no lato news.
Last Saturday afternoon the match game of
cricket between the II. 0. C. and Honolulu Iron
Work) Club enmo off nt Mnikiki. Tho Iron Works
lx)a who wero first nt tho bat made n score of 62,
The plajinsjof tho Honolulu Club was not very
assuring of success until I.lahman nnd Freeth got
to the hats together rnakltig n scoro of 00. The
total score of tho Honoliilus was 7 27 ahead of
thoir opponents, when tho stumps were drawn.
The Ailrtrtlter ot Saturday last waa a poem.
Wo loam from it that on Tuesday night of last
--i- .1.1... i..t.i i:ni.iHi.... a..i.n.i , 1....1 ..t 1
thunder rolled, tho water-laden rain clouds poured,
and it is thought that many a road Hunervisor
'swored.'" We read in it of tho "Into outpour
IngB," of tho "quleseiuit Nuuanu," and of the
"musical Walkahalulu." Have wa a accoud " Et
trlck shepherd" in our midst ? Wo suggest that
ho bo appointed poet laureate.
Tna steam roller made qulto a sensation in Nuu
anu Avenue one day last week. Three or four
private carriages were neirly upset or run away
with, not to mention hacka. The machine is no
doubt a very valuable assistant in keeping nur
roads or streets in good condition, hut it) use
nhould bn restricted ns nearly as possible to lion
business hours, and a man should always accom
pany it to warn pasuors-by and to balp them it
necessary, in tho cam of frlghtouod or restive
horses.
Johh Aixxa, charged with having opium In hla
pom tension, wan fined flOO in the l'olico Court this
week and sentenced to alx months hard hbor, and
the opium waa eonflaeated by th Oovernraent
Alvabi, charged with larceny, pleaded gailty and
waa sentenced to three month Imprisotimeiit at
hard labor. Ouorg JJtll, for aUallng a hate st
from the TrUphoue Company, a o received thraa
months. T. Miller, in whoa poawwion waa found
ten oana of opium brought by the J$nnU Pitt, uaa
triad on Wednesday for smuggling ofriuu and
sentenced to three mont imnnaouaat at hard
labor aad (o pay a Am of fioo.
The total number of deaths reported in Hollo'
Inlu for Iho month of NovemW was thirty-seven.
Ofilicm2l were irtllM and 111 females. Twenty,
live wMre lnllvts of the Hawaiian Islands, three
wero from China, two from Iho South Sea Islands,
two from Great Ilrlhiln. two from tho United
States, 0110 from Dnunark. ono from Nicaragua,
and 0110 from l'ortugnl. '1 ho mortality, for the
month of November last year was C7 and for tho
HAino month In 187H, 08.
Tun band will play thlt nftcmoon nt Kmma
Square. The following Is tho programme 1
" The We.ldlne Mirch".. Mendelssohn
Overture "The tjneen nf Spades". ...........ii.Siippo
Ilarcarole "Fisherman's Song" I.anire
Walts-" Loved and Lflsl",, Mnller
Selection "The Puritans" , ... ,. llelllnt
Quadrille- "Thetllrls Hoarding School" Snppe
'Iliotnett moonlight concert will tnko placo on
Monday, Ucc. i:itli, nt tho Hawaiian Hotel ion
Tuesday, Doc llth and on 'lhursday, Dec. ICtii nt
Lmina Square.
TnmK nrrlved in Honolulu last week by tho "
Chniff IP5 Chinese, and by the Isiktr Pm nearly
WW In ono week. Of ibis number only twelvo wero
females. Almnt ISO of theso neoplo havo nrrlvril
hern during the last four months. If tlio Chinese
are considered by thoso most Interested In tho la
Imr question to bo adeslrabln rltsi of immigrants,
tho problem will solve Hat If. If they aro not a de
sirable clas.s, immigrants must bo brought from
othor countries liefora It Is too Into. If anything
is to bo 0W0, It must bo done now, or tho golden
importunity will have passed, rhnps foroTer.
With tho nnmber for December tho Cullornlan
condudcA Its first jcur nnd second volume, 'J he
editor Kays ! "So far ns our patroiiago is concern
ed wo havn met with a generous welcome. Start
ing in nn Inauspicious time tho Callornltin Insvel
madn nn niispicious beainnlng.' Tills we nro glnd
to hear nml wo think that its second year will bo
even moro priMjicrotis than its first. A ticrusnl of
tho index for tho volume, which Is published this
month, shows what n valuable addition to mag
nrino literaturo has liecn contributed liv the Cull-
ornhiu In tho priscntnumlHr the following will
no found pirtlciilarly Interesting! " Havonnrola,"
" Tho Ancient Glaciors of tho Sierra, " Bud " Miss
ion San Gabriel "a tiocin.
The American bark Any Turner, Capt. Newell,
arrived on the .Id Inst,, 138 daH from lioiton. Sho
Is a vory handsomo vessel nnd npiienred at her
wharf after her passage through tho Atlantic,
round tho Horn and up tho l'acino, a perfect mo
del of neatness and efficiency. It is always easy
enough for a smart Captain and orow togivonship
a coat of paint on nny fine day towards tho cud of
a passigo, but to an accustomed oyo the way tho
sails aro furled, tho lend of tho running gear and
tho condition of tho standing rigging, is moro elo
quent thin paint, and wo know of scarcely nny
ship brought into this harbor in tho highly credit
able condition of Capt. Nuwcll's,
An attempt was mado to enter Dr. McKibbiu's
store from tho matika side, on Sunday night. Tho
burglars first tried tho window nnd pried up tho
sash, but wero bafllod by tho Iron liars Inside.
Thoy then nttneked tho door, but falling to oiicn
it, Mrippcd off tho moulding of tho upper (nnd
larger) panol and bored two holes, ono nt either
bottom corner in ordor lo wrench out the panel,
but here they were ln'ittcn ngnin, for tho door was
lined with sheet iron, Tho instrument employed,
a blunt piece of rod-Iron, was left behind. The
attempt must have taken up a considerable timo,
nnd necessirily made a good dell of noiso. The
pollco know nothing about it until thoy wero called
In, tho next morning. It is supposed that the bur
glars wero in search of opium. This is tho fifth
or sixth attempt on tho same store.
Honolulu and her affairs continue to attract a
good deal of attention in tho United States. Un
der tho heading of "Sandwich Island Affairs," wo
learn from the Desertt Xeia of Nov. !), 18S0, that
tho Mormon Conference hero commenced on tlio
Cth of October, lasted for " fivo daja of refreshing
religious exercises." Thirteen meetings were held
and Elder IJ. Clulf lectured on tho book of Mor
mon for nn hour nnd n half each evening. Four
" Eldors," foreigners to Indue bv their names, and
ten native Elders, wero nmiointcd for mission nur
poKcs in this group for tho next hIx mouths. Tho
writor is very hard on ''Apostato Mormons," who
will, ho says, always vote for tho man that pays
best. Wc congratulate ourselves nnd non-Mormon
readers at tho thought that wo havo not to listen
to "Brother Cluff on tho book of Mormon" for
an hourltnd .1 half each evening, to say nothing of
the rest of tho sixty spenkets, who are reported ns
having helped to provido tho "refreshing
cxercisos."
On Saturday evening last tho California Theatre
Co. gavo thoir first entertainment In Honolulu at
the lloyal Hawaiian Theatre whero thoy will con
tinue to play until thoMusioUnll is ready for oc
cupancy. The progrnmme, Saturday evening wasn
serio-comic little play, "A Husband to Order," nnd
tho laughable fnrce, " Tho Wandering MinBtroI,"
tioui 01 wuicu were numirnbly executed nml wero
well received by tho lnrgo audience. Where all of tho
players did so well wo ennnot commend nnyouo in
particular. Mr. Chas. B. Wells, J. M. Francoour
find Miss Eliza .Long are well-kuown in Honolulu,
and tho other members of tho company havo nl
ready become fnvorites with the public. On Mon
day evening tho company rendered tho comedies
"Six Months Ago and "Checkmate." On Thursday
was given the pretty littlo domestic drama" Chim
ney Corner" in n thoroughly artistic stylo, no rant
intr or roarinc. but really Good itctlnr.s o food that
wo could not help wishing them a better theatre and
a larger audlonco .The latter thoy aro sure of when
their merits arc known.
Hawaii.
Of auuea TnonrroN ono of the oldest residents of
this group, died nt Kona, Nov. MHh.
The eruption at Maunn Loa and Kilauea Is still
activo, but seems to bo diminishing at tho former
place.
His Majesty landed at Mahukona and proceeded
nt once to Kohala where we hear that a grand
ball is to be given in honor of the visit of Ilia
Majesty and palaco attendants. ,
A committee consisting of three natives and
throe whites has been selected by the people of
Kohala to secure tho means nnd make the ncces
snry arrangements for tlio erection of a statuo to
lYiiiueuumoiKi x 11 1 mat pinco.
0.1 Saturday, Nor. 27th, threo races'took placo
on tho Knlopt traok noar Houokna. The track is
1100 yards in length and tho distance was repeated.
Four horses entered for tho Honokan purse of
if 100 Nuhiwa, Kimo. l'rince and Bilk. Tho form;
or was winner, making tho timo in 1.10 nnd 1.18.
Tho second race, con tinted by Knkut .ind Dick,
waa won by tho former time, 1.19. Tho third
race, between Colonel nnd Drown, was won by the
latter time, 1.18. After tho horAO racing, a 100
jnrd footrace took pinco nnd waa won by Wm.
liaBtit'. time, Ul seconds. Thero wero live con
testants in this race.
v
Kauai.
A commencement has been mado f or a fino bridge
over tho Wniull stream ou this Island, an iraproy
roent much needed.
Mb. II, J. Kinnei waH killed last last week nt tho
Kilauea plantation, by tho accidental oxplosion of
giant powder caps In nis pocket.
The Kilauea Sugar Company, Ksua', are having
considerable trouble with some of their white la
borers. Fivo ot them who refused to work, wore
taken to llaunloi nnd fined.
Queen' Hospital Eeport,
A semi-annual meeting of tho Hoard of Tmstees
of tho Queen's Hospital was held at tho ltoom of
tho Chamlier of Commerce on Wednesday last tho
8th December when the Treasurer made his Horul
annual report showing the amount of- of $3,297 (in
on hand. The physician's re wrt waa rrad and
tho same being of interest to tho community at
large wo give it in fall.
The report of tho Visiting Committeo was in
every respect favorable aa to tho condition of the
hospital and tho.trcatmtnt ot its. innnteg, and we
aro happy to make this Important institution
maintain Ita position nf 'efficiency and usfesoluesa
among tho native and foreign population of these;
Islands,
HokolvmiJ November 30th, 1880'
To the Trustees ot tho Queen's Hospital: Gen tit
men, Uiava the honor to submit the following for
the. quarter ending November 30th, 18$0.
The total number of pntUnia at 1'wfa In tlie
hospital Is 77, viz 1 W HawallaiiTl males and 27
females and 19 foreigners 15 paying,
The nnmherof admissions during this period
were, 130, viz 1 88 Hawaiian 6V1 males and SS fe
males and 42 foretjmer. Discharged, Vfi, -vlsi 71
Ilanallaus, 43 malos and 2 females aud SI 'for
eigners. Deaths, 20,vU;4 Hawaiian, 7 SoutL Boa Is
landers and 0 foreigner ; Uguiursl debility, b dys
entery, 3 pulmonary consumption, 2 bronchits, '
dhaMse ot heart, 1 convulsion, 1 accident, 1 paral
ysis, 1 hriuorrhago, and 1 uuV.uowu who died soon
after admission. ,
The hlgbeit number of In-door patlenta wa 82 :
the lowest (V). Dally average 70. Number of pre
scriptions U,U.
The nt-aber ol paUtaJa tfaaUdlntha boeaiUl
waa a foliiw j September , KB; October, 17)
November, 112.
C kUa at toe dJefteuetry, SM,' New aasnea ea-red
in tho dispensary book. iOtS.
aUtfejtfully aubsitted, Itoau? JskaUaaisi.'
, ' , ' . I .
Ntwi from the Volcano.
Utfo, DoeomberSd, ltWO.
Eirrxrtn fivrimniT Irte fcqvrmber tflih
Thls evening1 the flow wa more brilliant than for
some timo past and there) was more reflection In
the sky. Tho flow Is extending towards Manna
Kea. November 27th.--Tnoufri thldX. m. fi o'clock
Is about tho samo as last night, but wo could mm
more plainly where It procctiJa from The lava
seems toboqnltohlguaml sovoral cXmes havo in add
their appearance one Is qulto largd rind f rial ort
top, and looks like a house. Tho patty of six who
went to seo'lhe flow havo returned and rt U )
hot that they could not get near enough to-s it
well. This morning there wan mnch wiow oil
Manna Kea. It was an odd sight, on ono mountain
snow and on another .opposite a fountain of fire.
Nov. iSlh. Tho flow at 9 r. m. Is not M bright it
was, except nt tho end, whero it Is brighter than
wo havo seen It for rvomo timo f t seems to lie run
ning quite rapidly. Can sec no flow towards Kau.
1 ho placo where tho flow' proceed from, looks
longer than usual, as It also does at the end.
November 29-30. The flow was very leng and
bright Inst night. A gentleman who returned to
day rejMjrts that Kilauea la active. Tho south lalio
is overflowing says a now lako has 'just com
menced to flow near the south lake. All the hkes
are getting moro actlvo than usual. We can see a
largo tcflcctlon from Kilauea qulto often from
here. '
Decomtier 1st. l'artleswho have been to dee the"
flow returned and reiort that lbre aro three
streams. Wo can see but one from hero. Thty
say that the threo aro very near together and about
100 feet wide, nnd will soon Join.
Thoir proximity makes them appear a one lo
us. Tho largest flow Is not over Iwefv'o'mllM long
and Is about thirty miles from Hilo. Tho tliresj
flows are coming towards llllo. It blrkacrat In
about tho same placo as In 'flfl. It con',meried on
Friday evening Nov. Cth, and by 8-iturday It had '
run about Id miles. Tho crater can be reached In
about three days from here. We nro assured that
wo need feel no alarm as the flow could not r.caeh
ns tn at least three months, the way it It ruiming
at present. Tho lava is of a very peculiar color
and tho parties who returned have not seen any
like it beforo.
December 2d. Could not aea the flow as well as
nsual last night but thero waa a great reflection.
The placo whero tho flow proceed from waa mora
plainly seen than common. Am glad to see thai
wo aro to bo favored with a large numbor.of vUlt-'
ors from Honolulu. The weather for the past four
weeks has beet perfection. Never saw finer in my
life. November Is the time to come, nnd those
who intend to como should come nt onco while wo
nro so highly favored as td weather.
Yours Truly, J. A. M.
The Chinese in Hawaii.
I. .
Editor of the Saturday Prtn:
Tho want of labor lias been Bcvorely felt'
throughout this Kingdom for aomo timo past',
ami tho present vast influx of Chincso lias in
no way lessened tlio demand its far as tlio
hnolo is concerned. Tho privileges nnd free
dom which n Chinaman enjoys on his landing
here aro such as lie novor experienced in tho
land of his birth. Thoy nro of n class that
never worked' for a foroignor before, and tliorcr
foro they prefer to ongngo in tho sorvico of
their countryman to that of tho hntcduntu
(foreign dovil). This country not having nny
treaty with China, tho question may- reason
ably bo asked, Aro Iho Chinese to bo allowed
to "go ob thoy please" ? If no, tho sooner a
treaty in mado the hotter. No doubt wero a
treaty contemplated, and an Ambassador dis
patched to tlio Flowery Kingdom, tho Chinoso
would roccivo his propositions courteously,
and give him to understand that no difficulty
Hcb in tho way of their acceptance, but In
their turn thoy would assuredly present a con
tra account which tho most astuto Hawaiian
diplomat would find difficulty , in meeting.
But very fow havo a, clear idea of how serious
a problem this wholesale immigration of Chi
nese males without femiles ia likoly,tobocotno,,
and that at no very distant date. The so
called Chinoso "cheap labor" is sololy
trades-union feeling foundod on trndcs-nnlon
grounds, bettor known in China under the cog
nomen of a guild. Proposals havo been mader
in tho Press to meet both tho scarcity of do
mestic servants nnd other labor difficulties
but tho importation of Chinese does npt appear
to assist in the solution of the problem. Tho
Stato of California has found this out to its
cost. It ought to be a matter of, great interest
to the rulors of this country to loarn tbenatura
of tbo treaty on the subject of immigration that
has lately been concluded between the United
States Commissioners and tho Qovornment of
China. Ought not a Hawaiian lauding in
China to be allowed tho samo privilege aa a
Chinaman in Hawaii? Certainly he ought;
Hut such is far from being the caeo. If tha
Hojournor in China is ossessed of wenlth, ho
Is permitted to invest it in Chinoso produce;
principally loa nnd silk, at a treaty port only;
Ho is not allowed to buy from the grower,
neither will ho bo permitted to venture beyond
tho confined limits of a treaty port .without
endangering his lifo. Ho ennnot buy land and
till tho aoil ns n Chinoso docs horo, and also in
Australia, tho United Btatcs, and elsewhere.
Tho Chinese in this country send money home
from timo to time, nnd finally when thoy have
acquired a littlo fortune, they return home
with tho entire balance.
A brinl consideration will show how grave
a state of things this is. Lot us glance for a
moment at the proportion of imports sad ex
ports between tho two countries. The former
consists principally of victuals ar.d wearing
apparel fortho Chinese, paid for by the pro
duce of Hawaiinr, soil, whilo the exports, aro
nil with (be exception of treasure. The,drain
of money to China is steady and certain, and
it ought not (o'bo surprising 'if it be regarded
with some nlartn,
Wo will now advert to a still' more serious
aspect of tho question, viz; ihe moral aspect.
Tho laborers that aro exported from China be
I lug chiefly to the lowest class of the popula
tion, llioy are nominally "engaged' to emu
grate, but in reality it ia not ao. To an ob
servant oyo thoy appear to bo generally devoid
of moral sepso. Thoy hare but little notion
of common humanity or tho valuo of human
lire, abd possess few virtues beyond Industry
and an apparent kind of quiet orderliaeae.
They live iu vlee and depravity before lliey
come here, and "morality" does not exist
amongst them, Their chief gratlncatiefl 'is
abandonment to Xlie fascinating Inteiieiattetfof
tho opium pipe. Of this claaa ere "ttiey' iliat
come froii Canton, An oScial report' is-elr
C.tlifornia recently, states, that "during their
reaideuco bete they havo noyer adopted our
habits, ureal, of educational .system; Jbava
never learnt the anctity of areata j aever
desired to become citizens or.parfbrm tbo du
ties of such 1 never ceaswl tfce' worship of laeir
Idol gods, or ad vane 0 onefslep beyoad Ike tra
ditions of their native hire." WHh 'theta
fuels before us how can wa expect tbewlfa be
of any (mUo benefit to tki country' TV . '
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