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iroxor.rr.r. ..i.vr.iM'inh. imi.
Ilntlnen pro'pccn remain fair ami a rnnllnual Im.
Jrnvmenl may be ripcrled during liie enmlntr aca.ori.
The moderate uealhrr of Ifl week was n ureat atiltt
anec In Intrr-Ulantl trade, which Imi atillcrcil from (lie
VrMeli for th Coaat find le difficulty In procuring
eariroca than wan eiprrlrnced i few weeka ago. The
.'fit sailed with a full cargo of 1n5nror.il rice valued a(
VI;.'fA for the Man I'ranclicomatkrt.aiid the llrlllrh
lurk Mr t.anrttol Rot off yesterday for Port Townend
with .IMJIKillit sugar valued at J28.4.T2.87,
The .afy Lampion It the only arrival from Can
Francisco thin neck, fihe brine n snorted earire,
and relieves somewhat the scarcity In bulldlngmatcrlal
nntabljr hrlek and lime. The quantity of hay and
feed In In the market la "null, and the price of thrie
article l more likely to be crealer than leeit before the
market la'.torkrdi The llrltlth ihlp A'fasreA hrlnsa a
larce earjo of coal from 'eur Cattle, Jf. S. W and the
Jt'i'na I'lttrt and Klllttat hate nrrlted with lumber
from the Koiind,
The hirV Atlonti, from firemen, convened to Hack
feld fc Co., with full linn or rtaple iroods It now over
due. and her arrltal It anilunt ly looked for.
On .Monday Utt. by order of lha Trutteet of the
I.mialllo F.ttate, Mr. K. I'. Adtrnt held a aalr of landt
situated In various part of the Kingdom. The atten.
dance was good, the lilddlnir iplrllcd, and (he prices
rcallr.ed who contltWed highly satisfactory. 'I ho
following la the lint of landt sold, the purchaaert,
names and the amountat Diamond Head was not sold
Tim Ahlip'iaa of Kenan. In Puna. Hawaii, containing
ei.'JTS acres, 10 ft. M. Ilamon, for J'JU.ax.
The Ahupua uf Kahanalea, In I'oiin, Hawaii, con
tattling OT.IJJaerea, to Ilia Majesty Kalakana, for Jv
The Ahnpuaa of Kcahlalaka, In Puna, Hawaii, con
taining l.'.TO acres, more or Iras, to It. Itycrut, for SI,
fti.',. The Ahnpnas. of llonolu.i. In Kaanapall. Maul,
eoiiialuliiirti.KiKJacrea, moroorleet; to Hutli Keellko.
The Altnpitiutof Kaapahn, In Klpahnlii, Maul.conlz.
1,41(1 acres, to M. Parker, for S7r.
The lllaini of I'uuko, In Wuimea, Hawaii, cnnlgfli
acrei, to W. Parker.
The Land of Kaea.ln I'.llolu Valley, contg. I10!i acrei,
In P, Milton, for Sljsa),
The lllalna of Pan. In Walklkl, Oahu, contg. 21 S7-ll)
acres, to Krlkl, for J.'i.ina),
The Land of Kallilkiipu and K.imllohal. In Walklkl,
Oahu, contg. I ! It') acres, to Nalllpclapela, for JVfl.
I.uko Upukaala, In Walklkl, Oahu, lonlg. 1 Hi-100
acre, lo II. It. II. Ukellke, for $13).
A l.ele of pan. In Manna Hircam, Walklkl, Oahu,
contg. I r-ll"acrc., to Jllkaaiim), for SIM.
. Two Ktln patches, a If Ic of I'nu, In Walklkl, 8! feet
apart, ronlg. ,7..is)of an acre, to .1. H. I.cmon, for SVm.
The lllalna of Kamokii, In Walklkl, Oahu, contg. I lb
acre, ti Anln. for $ U7.1.
four Kaln patche. In Walklkl, to Ilookala, for $lwt.
fishpond at Kawcla, 3tolnk.il, contg. acret, to
Kaluiplhaole, for $I,V.M).
1'hc credit tatea 011 Wednesday latt at the auction
talet of K, I'. Adams were largely attended and
POUT OF HONOLULU.
Jan 8 Am wh hk Fleet liur. Ilepplng.lniie, from S F
Kim l.lktllke. from llawiilf and Maul
Mm t.chtia, from liana and Molokul
Mm Jat MuUee, from Kntial
rch Malolo, from llakalnu
rch Wnlchu, frora llnpuu
Hch Mee Koo, from Koolail
.1 Him Kllntie.i Hon. from Knhulul
1U Mr bk l.nilv l.miiiitoii. Mnri-tou. from San 1'
Am hk Kllkllat, Cutler, from I'ort (l.imlile
llr hlp Nlnlveli, Hoes, fom Necnttlc, N S W
Hch Caterlun, from Kiinnl
II Am bk lluena VlMn. I'Hlhonn, fm I't (Jumble
17 Hch Wiilolc, frinn I'lLiiinau
.Sch Nettle Merrill, from l.al.nlna
Hch Mnry Cutter, from Knu
Hch I.lholiho. fiom llonuoiMi
fcch .leniile, from Nate lllulll
1.1 Sim Iwnlaul, from Koua, Knu and Maalaea
(ler ch 1 aetltlii, Itaimaii, l.'irljt fin Jalult.
H Htm U It lliahop, from Kunul
Jan 7--Am bktne Kurekn, Kmertou, for San F
U-Htm V It lliahop. for Kauai
M-h Iltilruknla, for l'epekeo
Hth Prince, for Kona
Hcli K'kjuliiohl, for llanalel
10 Am bklno 1211a, ltrownell. for Snn Franclrco
Am hk Kcrrri', Mclntyrr, for Departure Hay
Htm I.ehua. for Molokul and liana
Htm I.lkcllko. for Maul and Hawaii
Htm Kllnuea Hon. for Kahulul
Htm .lus-Makce, for Kaiul
II Am lK l-'lci'twliiy. Hepplngsionc. for crulen
13 Am bk .Martini Kldcout, ulekliurg. for I't llkly
Jlr ok Sir Lancelot. Miortluml, for I'ortlaiid, Or
Vcmtola in Port.
Urlt bk Kebro-d, More
Am bgtne.t I) HpreckeN, Frlla
llr lik l'acillc Hlnpe, Ilxrnet
itrtl nk Ltidv Uimprtou, Mureton.
Am bktne Kllkitui, (,'utler.
Brit thlji Mneiah, Huk.
Ant bk Iluena Vl"ta, Calhoun.
Oer echr Laetltla, lt.iutan.
Vaaaela Ezpeotcxl at Honolulu, from Foreicn
Oer bk Adonlt. Deharde, llremen, due II. Hackfold
.t Co. Ai:ent.
Am bk Amy Turner, Newell, New York, due Jan 15-a,
C Itrrwer Jt Co. Agent
Itrit uhlp Duke'of Abercorn, Illnnle, Liverpool, due Jan
S.VW.TII Davlet. Aucnt
nclir Alatka. Jultilt, Tla Marquesat, due II
Hackfeld .t Co, Agent
Oer bk U It lliahop. Wallers, Ureraeu, due Feb 1-5, It
Hackfeld .K Cc, Agent
Ger bk Aulaula, Mohrmann, Llrerponl, due March 5-10,
.1 T Waterboute Agent
Brit bk llarl IMIhoutle. Jan le, London, via St Michaels,
dun M.ircli 1U-I.1, Ureter & Co. Agenta
Am bk lMward Mav, John. on, Liverpool, to tall about
Dec unit, O Yf Macfnrlane .t Co, ..genl
Am bk Fiirncta Abbey, (luel, llotton, to tail about
I)e 1.". C Itrcwer .t Co, Agent.
Am bk Kincrnld, Lord, I'ort Oamble, due Hackfeld A Co,
llr bk Lizzie. Bell, Molgnard, Liverpool, T II Davlea
Am trh Ida Hchnaner, L0vd.1l, I'ort Gamble, for Kahu
lul Loch Lee, , New Cattle, N 8 W, due Jan
10-13, , Agenta
Am bk Cainilen, Hnauion. I'ort Uamblu, due, It Hack
feld A Co. Areuta.
Am bk lt.ilnler, Wulu", Port Oamble, due J 11 n 50-55, II
lliekfeld A Co, Agent,
Am bkinn Constitution, , Nanalmo, due, ,
Am till Cattle ILivward, Lellallltler, Humboldt, due
lau .V10, Allen & Itoblittou. Agent.
Am tcli Twilight, Whitney, Hun Frauilico for llllo, due
Am bk 1) C Murray, ltatens.Han Francisco, due Jan 10-
15. F A hcliaefer .t Co, Agent.
Am bk Forett ((iircn. Winding, Han Franclrco, due
Jan lU-t'i, II Huckfeld .t: Co, Agent.
Am bk II W Aliny, Freeman, Man Francltco, due Jan 10-
15, Casllo .t Cmke, Agent,
Am bktne W II Dlnioud, Iloudlett, S.m Francltco. due
Jau I5.-.M, W 11 Irwlu A Co, Ak-'IiI.
I M S H Auatrilla, Cargll, bvilncy, due Jan 13, II Hack
feld .1 Co, Agent.
P M 8 H City of Sidney. Dearborn, Han Francisco, due
Jan .--', II llnckfeld .t Co, Agent.
Oer bk Stella, Hummer. New York, to tail about Dec. 15.
Cattle k Cooke, Agent.
Tin' llrlt bk I, aily Lampton, I at Urener&t.'o's wharf
dUcharglng ageneral cargo fiom Hau Francisco. Hhc
will return to Han Fraucl.co 011 or about llie55th lust.
Tlio Am bstne J, D. Hpreckela It at the Ktplanade
loading for Han Francltco to tall on or about Monday
The Am bktne Kllkllat nnit Am bk lluena Vltta are
at the foot of Fort ttreel discharging cargoea of lumber
from Port Oamble.
The llrlt bk Kcbrovd at the Ktplanade ha discharged
her cargo o( coal, and tails to-day In ballast for Hum
The lltll bk Pacific Slope It at the foot of 8, H. I.lke
llke'a dock illclurglng her cargo of coal from New
Cattle, N. H. W,
The llrlt ship Nineveh from New Castle. N. H. W.
with coal, la In the stream waiting a berth In ill. charge.
The P. M, 8. 8, An. trails, will be due tr 111 Iho Colo
nies on Monday, eu route to Hun Francisco, bhu may
arr(vc to-morrow r, at.
Tim Murray, I'orett (Jiiecn, and II, W, Almy, may be
looked for dining the coming week from Han Francltco.
The Oer bk Adonis, from llicnien to Messrs. Hackfeld
Jt Co., U considerably out due.
Tne liernian sch Laetllla, Capl Itantan, arrived yes
terday l"idjy from .lalult. Hhe reports having left
Samoa (HI ll.lh. tla Kliigsmlll Oroup. Left Jalult Dec
1st tor Honolulu ami has hud conlraiy winds all the
way lo port, Hhu brings lite .following pa.tcngerat
A Oruvisiuuht, J Uriel and ttireu In steerage.
The sch Alaska left Jalult about thu 1st of September
for Honolulu via New Hebrides.
The Haw bglne Nlnlto will anil for Tahiti, via Kaw
allmu, to-day, wtalhcr permltllng.
From New Cattle, per Pacific Mope, Jail 5-l,'.il lout
coal to Wilder A Cu,
Flout Pntt Townted, per lluena Vista. Jan lllh
Sdl.lLO ft pine, in.Jltlldtc.tid, Ul m shlncles lo II
Hackfeld . Co
From Port Towutend, per Kllkllat, Jan lll,7IG ft
lumber, M.U shingles, 0 lit plckett lu Hackfeld A. Cu.
Fiom Newcastle, tier Nluoch, Jau lllli-l.'.MO tuns
coal lu (J llrvwrr A Cu,
From San Francisco, per Lady l.ampton. Jan 10 U
llrewer t Co. l.'al bales hay, I in sks barley, HUtkigreen
barley. :uf tks bono meal, .11 bbls bread, IS sks biau.5
bslra I10.0, 1 utmiltjltnktjasoliiieobblsbeef.pkgs,
1 rgs birds, an m bricks; 8 Jl Daiuoit, I c fraiits. roups
fowla,3bull calves; Dllllnuliaui A Ci.,'.Vkgalldre.
1 c brushes I ctoap t c oil 1 Ixllchtlrsj M s viiiiibauiu A
Cu, 17 pkgt tub icio, 13 c prints; II J Nolle, '4fl turnl
lure, '.'i! nurlno, '' md.ct tl Waller, i' bales hay, lit ski
feed; II K Mclmyrv, :J sks bran; 0 W. lirry. IMpkgs
shiHikt; A I. Binltli. ISrs tewing inaihlnea) J h Itut-
sin, 1 pagt vui-vit; icuuetney .v tmuciis, iju ts. vats,
UU bids lime; W 0 Iruiu x Co., uaj ska flour. 10u bbla
lime; llrnwii .1 Co, 5U Uilet bay.Ktka feed, Si sks po
tatoes; Mai ItUluid, Cs bales hay. la) sks fe.il; M.
Mulneru), WMi bbls raluiou; II. 111, Iron Works, I box
Sumiiors; Catlla .V Cooke. 1 c drugs, ypkgs slatlourry,
IcLean- llrot., 17 It drugs; Lewvrs A Cooke, I ukgs
uiauldlugt aiid shades; 0 Laias, 14 pkgs closets, soil,
irtic.l ilolh, A Co.,T5Utkt flour, 155 sks feeds; In
terior Department, I c glass: It llrleve, 7 bdlt, 1 box
piloting material; II Hackfeld A Co., -ft La.-.bono
meal. 5u e punch ; I. Way, lit pkgs bulldiug material;
Wni Foster, 1 pki-s books; II F tils, UUc liirullnre; J
TWalerhoute. PU bbls lime; FTUucbsu X Co.,Vuu-
;. skt noun Wilder Co., W7 pkgs windows; Allen Jt
iiooiuiou, in pugt viiiiuoits.ac uunsre.cu c vreau; J
II Patr. I bull. 3 rows. k nlgsi Ulue A Co.. M ska
oraii; uiuiuxnaiu a: vo.,.v, uoit 011,1 ouii.acotta; u
K Williams,!; letting inaihlnet.Uc marble, 7 c wag
una, acglats.H pkgs rurulliire; 0 K llen'oii, pkga
Krov.'41skbrau; J II Wood, I ukgaudVJI pkj to Chi- -nvsii
For Hntt Franel.eo. per F.lla. Jan lO-fejI.TTfl lbs an
Mr. isn lb' entree, uTD.liv lb rice, SW bnch banana.
V11I Horn, JWVU'I.M.
For K.ijal lloarl. per Itevere, Jan (VIn ballad.
For Portland, Or, per Hlr Lanrclot, Jan II an).W3 Ibt
sugar, Dnm. Value ;M,.M.i7.
For I'ort Tow ntrnd, perMailha Itldeont, Jan 11 In
ballast and tloret, Fgn. Value J7JI.
For lloyal (load, per lletere, Jan '.' .1 M llna.
For Han Franrltro. per Kile, Jan 10 F l.an.1, 1'
ChnrcliO" and.'l t hliieae.
From Hatt I'raneWeo. per Lady Ltmpson, Jan IfXh
Mlat Netla Jefferd.
From Port Tow ntend, per llnrna Vista, Jan tlth M
1 .1 1 1 - , 1.11. -, ,v im- rr.iucnee oi iicv. it. 11.
Hmllh, Kohala, llanall. DicSllh. by the liev. II. llond,
atlted by Itev. O. . Smith, Mr. Wti. T. Pitt, of
Kohala, to Miss Ltzrir. Wootia, of Han Malco, Cal. Nu
MOOItK-WIIITCOMII-ln Honolulu, January lot.
1W!, by Hie Itv. J. A. Iritzsn, II. M. JIiiohb to Ida K.
WiiiTcimn. both of Honolulu
Till'. MATtfltli.ti I'ltl-IS
Published for the HaTiniMT 1'nKts Asiociatio.n by
Hook, Job and Ueneral Printer,
Honolulu. II. I.
Notice of any events of Interest ttanplrlng 011 tin!
other Island will always be thankfully receded for
publication, Correapondrnl are requested lo append
their truo names to all cnmtnitnltatlons, not for publi
cation ntcearlly, but at a guarantee that the wrlur
Is acting In gold faith.
JAXUAJIV !, 1HJ-2.
Wo liavo lulolr pulilialictl homo intcrcRiiiii;
corrc.ipoiitlctico of U'allcr M. (lilmon, icgnril
ing Ilia coniivctinii Willi llio .MnrinotiH, 11 s uull
us nonm iliiuiiinoiils wliicli tliruw lilit upon
Iiih trniiHnulioiiH in NctliL-ilniiilrt' Imliii, It is
imiv proper lliut wo ilinclo.10 tinr iciiroiis for
(loins H". Mr. (lil'tnn in 11 public man. Ho in
now 11 tricinuor of lliu I.i'gialiilnre. Ho is nlso
tlio ctlitor of a nowripiipcr which Ihih been
activo in criticising; men ami tnnusiirus. Ah a
I.c(,'islalor lio has not hcsiinted lo fiercely
attack Iho motives of men, ami lliose who liavo
tlio niiiiiiiiiHtralion of public allairs in their
liatula know loo well the vindictive energy
with which ho has pursued them, lie has
been cspcuially foiciblo in iiivcntigulitig; linuii
ciul acciiiintH, ami tlio session of the Inst
l.ciylnttiio was piotr.ictcd in older that ho
infill have tiinu to delect iriegnl.irilies in lliu
public accoiinls, Uo has iisHiiined a lofty po
Rition. Casting sloncs as ho has, ho was mid
is bound to hlo that ho does not live in a glass
liniisu. .Moreover, ho has assumed the cham
pionship of the Hawaiian nice, and in doing
so ho has not hesitated to bclittlo tl 0 work of
those who liavo dono iminh if not all lh.it has
been duno for the Hawaiian people. We liavo
ilturcfiiro tho right, and it it is u duly us well,
to put before our readers such facts regarding
his public life as shall enable them to justly
estimate bis character. In addition to what
wo have already publishiid, we will refor to
Rovcral recent acts of his public life, which
will bring down to tho latest dato the material
for his public biography. In tho Legislature
of 1878 ho obtained an appropriation of $1,500
for tho publication of "S.milary Instruction
for tho Hawaiian People." Ho thereupon
wrole a small trealisoon the subjoot, and drew
in one sum the amount of $l,!iU0 in payment
for it. Wo are willing to leavo it to any com
petent judge whether onc-fourlh of that
amount would not have Hccurcd a ticatiso
equally valuable front any good medical prac
titioner in this city. No details of expenses
woro over, wo ro informed, tendered to the
government. In 1880, while still a Legislator,
ho secured a contract to supply tho lepers on
Molokai with sheep. It is well known that
the Hawaiians do not like sheep meat. Uo
not only forced this meat upon them, but got
his pay in inlctmce, before a sheep Was dcliv
orcd. If bo can point to miothc.- iustaiico of
this kind, wo should liko to know it. Of tho
newspaper contract wherein ho obtained 83,000
in return for pledging his loyalty, otir readers
are well acquainted and we will not enlarge on
tho matter further. A I.cgislaloi who covers
himsrlf with thu paint of public devotion, and
tricks hiinsulf out in tho liuu feathers of con
secration to national iutereats, must expect to
bo dealt with sevoruly, if ho is cuiight de
scending from his high estato. He must ex
pect to put tho. sumo cup to his own lips which
ho forces to tlio lips of others. Few until, in
deed, can boast of spotless lives, and ovory
man should hold in his hands tho mantle of
charity, lint if onu cast away tho tender
mercies, and takes tho hwohI, he must expect
to perish by it also. For months tho -,
Mr. Gibson'i newspaper, has been Mirring up
tho natives to discontent with the whiles.
Some of tho Klc'c articles wo liavo publisliBtl,
and they exhibit u rancour, a distrust of the
foieigticr which has tiovor bofuio appeared in
native literature. The general idea conveyed
litis been, and is, that the foreigners aro not
well disposed towards tho natives, and that
Iho natives ought to keep iho political control
ill their hands. Thcsu statements nto often
supplemented by suggestions that Mr. Qibann
is iho true friend of the Hawaiian. In this
wo sco tin attempt to place tho natives in an.
tngoiiiam with Iho foreigners. From tho be
ginning till now thu natives have been content
to livo side by side with Iho foieigner, trust,
ing in all important mailers to his superior
skill, education and energy. Tlio Kaiuehu
luehas and Iho high chiefs Hindu conilaiit
acknowledgment of this. Tluiy muile 110 at
tempt to tun a dividing liuu between thu two
races. The opinions of Mr. Uibson, aa ex
pressed in the Ailcmliier and thu iVtV, go fur
to piovii Ibul ho is attempting to put the races
in antagonism; lu creulu it suspicion again, t
tho foreigner; to lir iheui up to do tlutwhich
without intending it, may bo vastly iujuriuui
to foreign iiiteieats. No one fur moment
doubts Hut if Iho llawuiiuus hud been loll lo
theme-elves, " Consular Jurisdiction" rvuuld
liavo existed hete, and tlio independence- of
the kingdom would liavo U-eii sadly impaired.
That some of thu natives should feel restless
at the natural doiuiualioii of the whiles in
energy, kkill, and education, is not sui prising.
That a whito should nggravulu this feeling
ami seek to disturb tho harmony which 1ms
hitherto existed between tho races, is u mutter
lo bo legretted. Mr. (lihaun has placed him
self out ot sympathy with those who liavo
some right lo call themselves tho leal fi lends
of thu natives, lie is doing no idle wurk, but
that which lends, though he may not eo it,
lu scriuu consequence, Uo may nut be
striving for dislurkinco or revolution, but wo
believe the result of his work will lo lh.it.
The foreigners aro fow ui computed will;
tho natives, but they have fell in the y ems
gone by n perfect security for life mid property,
Though in n minority in politicul strength,
Ihcy lavo full no uneasiness, anil havo' not
cut ubout for protection. UuT events Hut
hnvo happened within the Inst two years
nilmnnish litem that their security may be in
jeopardy; Hint Iho unlives may vole away Iho
money of tlio foreigner, and miiy, indeed, ruin
him; that an ntitugonistn of races may put his
lifo in ilnnger. Wo believe Hint Mr, Gibson's
cfTiirls are towards changing tho old order ntnl
substituting a new ami dangerous order of
things. Men are beginning 10 ask, w hat comes
next? If tho nitive are about to assumo
under tho leaileishipof Mr.(libton,or nliy 0110
else, Iho political control of lliit kingdom, Iho
foreigners hcic, under the pressure of neces
sity, must look about for protection, wherever
it may bo obtained, There aro more wtiys
titan 0110 by which it may bo got. Hut thoy
prcfertho old outer of things, nnd will cry out
ami secure this protection only when forced to
it. In lids foreigners of nil races are in
unison. Wo know that many men hero aro
npprehenaivo of tho filluro. Tho sky is not
bright, mid the clouds hang low, Tho Reci
procity trealy is in extreme dntiger. The
government is weak, simply because in a
medley of races, with our political institutions,
it cannot bo strong. Mr, Gibson's teachings,
wo believe, nto tending to a crisis in our
affairs, and we aro compelled to put him be
fore Iho community as ho is and has been,
We know that those who aro in favoror annex
ation uro opposed to us in this mailer. They
believe that our calling a halt in Mr, Gibson's
cnieer, will pnslpono a ctisis which they
deaiio. They believe that 1111 antagonism of
races, a claim to political control by tho na
tives, will force aimexiitioii. They believe
that tho sooner disturbances arise tho mote
quickly will the foreigners cry for that or any
other Hillside inlerfcrenccv which will guaran
tee safety lo life and properly. Hut this we
do not desire. We believe in tho independence
nf these islands. At Iho s.imo time wo clearly
sco that if those who pay only a small amount
of the tuxes aro to control and dispose of the
money of those who pay Iho largest taxes,
there will bo a cry for foreign protection. We
know of more than oho conservative American,
who hns hitherto rejected thu idea of American
Intel fcrciice, but who now, under the consiiuit
strain of agitation by tho unlive piess, and
Iho possible conflict it may bring on, turns
towards the Uuiled Slates uh a solution of the
problem hero. When men aro disposed lo
favor tho alienation of this kingdom, tlnongh
fear of bad government, it is tiino for us to
look at Iho situation seriously. Tho inde
pendence of Ibis kingdom is dear to those
whiles who know no other fatherland, but
that loyalty will give way to a more vigomus
sentiment for political mid financial safety, if
the situation tequires it. The man who urges
tlio natives lo a courso which alarms Iho
foi eigners, is tint the friend of tho natives.
Since the cication of this nation there has
been uo such scene in Iho Legislative council,
us in that of I87ti, when Mr. Gibson in angry
debate, pointed to a crowd ol excited Ha
waiians behind the bar, and then shaking his
list at the whitcmcii in the Lcgisluttiio yolled:
"If you want disorder you can have it!"
Then and there, men loyal to tho crown and
tlio land, bolioved that the law of thu mob
was coming sit tlio bauds of .Mr, Gibson, and
these, kirowiug tho man they had to deal with,
wcto prepared for any emergency. These aie
unpleasant scones. Tho record of the man
who has done Iheae things, who has chosen
this career, ought lo be before all men, and wo
liavo put it beforu them. There ought to bo
and should be harmony hero. That Mr. (lib
sou's teachings do not lend towards it, wo fully
believe, und so havo written.
Tlio fact is wcll-rsfablished that the more
one sleeps Iho moro one wauls to sleep, it is
an appetilo that grows witli what it feeds on.
In like manner, the less 0110 does, tho less ono
catcs to do, and perhaps tho most natural
thing in tlio world is for a man who ban begun
lo succumb to the climatic influence, who is
surrounded by indolent or luxiiiiiiiiH compan
ions, who has fow opportunities for Iho exer
ciso of his physical anil mental facilities, who
is in short ictrograding to hasten tho inevita
ble end and lio dormant the rest of his days.
Thoio are few who will deny that the cli
mate of Hawaii, attractive us it is, hides in its
apparently guileless beauty, an element which
is ilciintrulmug. It is us dangerous as seduc
tive, ll can and does in some cases poison
whilo it smiles. If tho youth fresh from tho
bracing breezeH of leas favored climes chafes
at first under the placid monotony of island
life, ho anon rinds that it is not so difficult lo
do as Iho Hawaiians do and that is, take things
easily and " let the gentleman in tho next room
walk the floor."'
That siiDicieut unto tho day is tho evil
thereof is amply exemplified in tlio unevent
ful routine into which wo have, everyone of
us, naturally and ousily fallen. There is,
llicro must be, u provcnlivo anil an antidote
for tills unfortunate tendency and its very
serious consequences; there must be a lifo
which, if faithfully and conscientiously lived,
will keep the brain fresh and active, the body
vigorous and young. It was so in tho old
days before tho Hawaiians had thrown aside
their national customs and only partially
adoplctl Ihoso which woro alien, ami few of
which seem well suited to their lemperaiiiciil
or their physique. Tito heroic games which
wore their glory; tho athletic spoils which
bred in them n lovu of strength and grace and
brought Iheui nigh to physical perfection, havo
unhappily been discountenanced nnd thu na
tional dccadcucu has been so rapid us to
threaten the extinction uf the race.
Very I it lio la ting good can bo accomplished
for the Hawaiian! until Il1010iabellor111.1leri.il
lo work upon; they iiiuat bo roused hum iheir
lethargy and this Can only beuchiuved through
tho old channels, bet thoiu luvivu their an
cient spuria; let them bo eueoiiiaged in those
leuis ol sticngth iiiul ugility which once would
havo done credit to lliu menus uf (ircccu and
When the spear-throwers und the stirl
riderd havo come to the front again, there will
bo hope for the ruce. Tlio recent rovivul of
the inturcat in gymnastics among our citizens
is u very hopeful sign. Thu surest way of
ministering to u mind diseased is to build up
the body. When riding and boating parties
havo become regular institutions, when crick
et and base. lull und lawn-tennis am the
order uf thu day, when men und women, old
mil young, go us regularly Pi the gymnasium
and the culistlicnio hall us they go to their
dinner Ublcn when literary gutherings, read
ing clubs, debating societies und private theat
ricals have becniuo tlio ntge instead of being;
the exception, there will be nothing to four
roui a, climate which Invites repose und dis
courages exertion; for thu mind nnd the body
will h.vo awakened to u new lifo uud this
awakening, distasteful as it may be to thuso
who havo ceased to struggle in the toils of Iho
cnchaiilreas, from tho beach-comber lo Iho
silken Sybarite, is assuredly tho hope nf the
NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.
Wo took n look through the miifetim in the
Government building u lew days ago and must
say that it is n disgrace to the Kingdom and the
people of Honolulu. Tho collection of Hawaii
an relics and curiosities is far from perfect,
fow uf them aro labelled, nnd many of ihcniaro
mixed up with curiosities from other countries
so that it is impossiblo for strangers to tell
what is Hawaiian ami what is nut. One can
see larger collections of Hawaii. in antiquities
in London, I'.iris, Boston, or even San Fran
cisco, than hero.
Kvcrylhiug in tho museum should be label
led, or numbered and catalogued, nnd this
should be dune while thoro arc those left who
can do if. This suggests tho thought that
(hero should bo a Scientific Society or Natural
History Socioly or nomo organization of the
kind here. It would be djflluult to find n com
munity of tlio same population in any part of
the civilized wolltl whore thoro is not such nn
organization. Thero aro many people hero
whit take an interest in such matters, hut as
each one puisnes his own course and receives
no encouragement from anyone else, Iheie is
Utile accomplished that can bo of any benefit
to .scicneo or to this country. Such n society
hero is a necessity. Tito field for rescaich is
comparatively uuworkjd ami local scientists
nnd naturalislH could pursue Iheir studies
much more effectively if they could roceivo
tho oncotiragemont of. such a body, and much
valuable information could thus bo gathered
ami saved which now is lost.
If such a society were organized the muse
um should bo put under its charge, nut) would
servo as u nucleus for tho accumulation of
furiher contributions. An soon as it will havo
become known that any interest is taken Sn
seeming specimens, and that they will be pro
perly labelled nml'exhibitcd, thoy will chine in
as rapidly as they can bo taken care of. Such
is tho case elsewhere, and wo know of no 1 en
eon why it should bo different liorc. We would
liko to hear from nny interested in this matter.
THE COMING ELECTION.
Klection day is drawing noir. Two weeks
from next Wednesday thu people will havo to
chooso their representatives in the next session
of the Legislature. From the apathy which
prevails it would seem that thoy do not fully
realize tho impuitanco which attaches to this
election. A number of candidates havo an
nounced their platform, and a fow speeches
havo been made, but Iho elective body remains
inactivo. The peoplo havo a right lo know
what they may expect of the various candi
dates, and if thoy do not domain! it, and conti
tiuo to pursue tins' courso of masterly inactiv
ity, setious tesidts 111113' follow for which they
will bo largely to blame. Many important
questions must bo dociiled (hiring lliu next
sussion of the Legislature which will have 11
bearing on Hawaiian politics in tho future,
and caro should bu exercised in the selection
of law-makers lli.it iho peoplo may bo faith
fully represented. No timo should bs wasted
in Im (her delay. 1 -
System 01 Taxation.
ivoiiALA, December, 1881.
EDiTon l'rtEssi Can' notliins to done through
tlio use ot type or otlittwise, with n vjow to cllect
ingu change in tho wlrkings of tho tax assess
ment ? 1 .
The asioHior' compAnsation is a cortnlnypor
centnga on tho amount uVscssod, and this in itself,
whilo it may bo the boijl incentive to ktenuo.ss in
scouting out taxahlo pioperty, nnd strictness iu
applying tho rales, is .Capable in bad hands, or
falso and exngeruted nrlious of valuo, of becoming
a, serious ongiua of impression. Every assessor
soems at liberty to e&rciss his own ideas as to
value; ns n rule ho ris on the Iiguros ot his pre
decessor, oiHi'tlitru.ij Upparenlly no check and no
limit to the value at which he may asM-ss. The
privilege) of appeal is a fareo, unless tho board is
composed of Intelligent nnd honest men of good
judgment, which is often not thu case; anil thu
proporty holder is practically nt the morcy of a
Hinlu individual. Mthoat necessity iu all cases
imputing this individual with reckless and ava
ricious -or over patriotic spirit of disregard for
tho rights of his neighbor, it is HUtlicieut to say
that some peoplo here, linvu had a taste of what
may bo dono in the liuu of uxhorbitant taxation,
taxatiou nbovo any reasonably supposablo market
value; and according to all accounts, other dis
tricts and other islands hnvo had tho same expel i
once, you of Honolulu not oxceptcd.
To a mnn's estimito of his proKrty, tho asses
sor adds 1!5 to 100 per cent., or if 1,0U() to ifriO.OIX) as
the o.iso may bo, ami no heed is iinkl to the protest
that, not only would ho gladly sell for less at any
time, but ttiat if offered fur alio, tho property iu
nil probability, not being more than tho lower
l'roporty is always assumed to rise in value,
with a most nbouudiiig uenoriuity; mid to cap tho
climax, the most clearly depreciated and disap
pointing proporty, which would by no possibility
brim; its original price, is assessed at n iidviinni
on Iho sumo.
Nu pioperty is admitted to havo depreciated iu
value, but if for sutllaimit reasons 11 man will not
sell Ids homo for instance, or a business with
which ho is contented that fact is m.ido a proof
that it is of untold value to liiiu, and thu tlguro at
which it nny Im assessod is limited only.by the
Inrga-hoarteil liberality of that factotum ot the
law. A native board may as well bo no board in
probably tho majority of oases, for if I inistal.-o
not, his predominant ido-i and his guiding rule of
action is not, "What is fair, or what is Just?"
but "what, by twisting mid tarninus iu tlio law
or out of it. maybe accomplished?" or shortly,
" niicht makes right.".
It is not many years ago that n nativa was as
sessed for moro liiuil than ho possessed, and al
though he brought his deed iu proof, lie lost his
case. There was another similar I nut case at tho
same Hum which received liko treatment, but
having forgotten thu parties omooruuJ, and tho
particulars, 1 can only refer to it. Another man
was assessed twlco iilld hisuppail was delilierntvly
thrown out. This looks to me like robbery by the
Government. A sablu member ot thu hoard at
that time, nu M-Iudge made thin consoling rt
murks; "You furcigiiurs gel all tho money and
you may as well piy tho tains," ami it is my opiu.
ion that if put to tho test, tli it would be fiiuud tit
bu Hie ruling spirit' of, l- ay thu le.l.t, 11 vury
goodly proportion ot native llawuiiuus. Is tlmto
no help for thu property holder ? Tho ntteution
of lliu next Legislature is respoctfutly allied to
tho matter, 1), E.
The UcsuFar Prayer MrlluK7ifTui7 ji7c,"ATn7lTb
HrJI.l) KVtiltY aUMI.VV KVl'.M.Nti at lliv Vcslry uf
Kurt Street Cliurrli. ue tn-rvlcit lomiuniclns at titlJ.
'Plli: UXUISIttJltlNKI) HAVING
X mailn certain liiipiuu'iurula in the arrangement
ami euiislructlim of Mum ami Air spares fur Mnm
llnllcrs nlikh rllVtl a cmut'li'rablu sunni; of Kail Is
willing to vuarutiltM all uorL enlrnslril 10 him.
Aililrrtt K. Pinny, 117 tjuceu HI. t
JllliX IMUILCTII. B. KNUIISU.
G, CNULINO tt. CO.,
Nu. 5 Nmiauii Mtcel,
Tinsmith stud Pliuuliora. Dealers In Stove,
It'iut!, Tin, hn"9l Iron nuil Cuppi r Ware, keep rnn
sluuiiy on hand u lull assnrluu'iil of Tlnuair, (lalvati
Ui.il I run ami Lead Pipe, lmlla Kubbcr llute, xc, Ac.
MISS BERRY'S SCHOOL !
MISS JiUltllY'S SCHOOL AVITal,
KK-Ol'KN January Utli, IS'-, dinar of Alakr
anil IliirUnlu Slrct'ls. Tl it Ndi
aflUI.IIK.1 UktK KXTKA KlJUH.V, (III..
IIUADu. (IH.Mlt.it Ac, Ac. All new and fresh
(LSTIUII HAl.tC HI '
lil 1IOM.KS A CO.
EXTRA FA.1ILY HEKF .
IN IIAIsfc' illAintKLS. 11G roitic
In '.. H anil half barrels.
l ;iBOLLK!j CU.
'PUIS IS Til (.KIlTM-'V THAT AW
J. P. A, llrrwfr anil liavlrtl'rnwiilngbiiri; aicdolnr
iihtlnrta In .Makawao, Mniil, as Cane l'lantcra and
(irizlert, under the firm toons uf
Tbil IIKKWKI! ('
MUSIC HALL !
Saturday, Even's Jan. 14,
COM.MIINCIN'O AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Grand Musical nnd Literary
S-Iluet " Tlie Sons nf the lllrds " lluUntltln
Mils, fill ZAX AM) Jilts. JUlili.
3 Hamlet, Actlld, Scene -tit bliuli$pmri
Jilt. .1. it. C'AHTI.K.
4 Piano Concerto, 0. .Minor lliilhortn
(llrt movement ll pianos)
JIISH OASII.K AN'II .MHS. J 01)1),
o lino I rum Oncra nf Joan D'Arc.
MIIS. .1. II. I'ATV AND IIt. V. A. IIAIINDKN.
6-llome, Sweet Ilium- Tuilbtrg
T Hubert of Mclly I.onMhie
Jilt. J. II. OASTI.K.
W Admission. $l.tfl and $1.00. All Scats Itcacrred
at.Mer. Wlillncy.t Itolierisnn'a.
iro Instruments to lie uxd on tills occasion area
t'hlckerlug (liaml and I'lirluht Steluway I'lsnns.
Net Proceed" for the llonerll of Oahu Cul
? Ictfc lltillillni; Fund. It
Humes ilhidi) (Jonilurlablo I!
Tho Readers will Observe tlmt
"VICKERY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR,"
HAS, KVICN IX ITS JaVKAiNCY
as yet. suceced'd to the lead of nil otlit'r I'ir.torlal
Monthly I'spers In list Kingdom. Its paces aro full of
lulcrrsilui: and lii'lrucllvu tinrii't for both iiuinr and
old ami the TWO IIU.UM'II-'UI. I.AltilK Ml.i:
C'hroinus clvcn aivjy nlili the first numliT arc suitable
to adorn lliu most 'iri:nnt (uitlor.
() Kuril aliscrlbcr for M.'-i,T recslirs a act of
UIIIIOJIUS Mill! the ilrst number of tlio paper and a
copy of the paper by u.ich null strainer for twelve
months. Aillrest JOSIII'II K. VlMK.tAf,
,, . Iluslncs" Acnt.
OHlce 57 Merchant St,. Honolulu. . I. ?.' ntuxm
AV. K. CASTLE,
ATTOniVIlV J.'X? I1A.W
and Notary Public. Attends nil the Courts of the
tfi.' Kingdom. ly
the I'ast t'i.ippi:it iiitio
J. D. Spreckels,
Will hnveQtiick Dispatch for thcabovePort
For Freight or pnssatti', apply 10
8S7 TS WJI. O. IKWI.N A CO. Arenta.
FOR SAN FllAN CJSCO.
t-, TIIC Al I1KITIMI IIA1IK
$ Lady Lampson,
12?- JtAltSTON, Master.
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
fc7 "i (J. llltnWKIt ACO , Agents.
K)ll SAxN FRANCISCO.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For Freight or l'nssaitc, apply to
I'M O. HHKWnit .fc Co.. Agents.
On and afler AnglGth. thu I.ikcllke will leave her
harf at I r. m. No Irtluht Mill be nccled aflir :i r. .
Inn iiutlt-t- is L'Ueu of this itile, andituill betntiltd
vii.Di.n & co.
Steamer I.lkrllke mil Icaio Honolulu ei.ch Tuesday
at 4 r. .., touching nt l.ul.atna, Jlunluca l'n), Makena,
Jlahukiinn, Uiiwuiliae, l.ur.pahoehur and llllo.
lii'turiiiiig ullltmiili al all the above poitt, arriving
at Honolulu cuch buuUiiy a. x.
C9- ar ttrrillt lr rnaanara Moliry. -so
We positively refuse in open auounts for l'arsnpes,
and ue particularly cull Ihe attention of the truvellng
public to Ihi-iicctrtrlly of having llaggugo and lrrlcht
jilalnly marked; the bteamer nill mil be responsible
lor nny unmarked Hnggage, or for freight or Parcels,
unless Hfrviil(Hl itn.
Frljht Money Doe on Demand.
In all casa nf freight for panics not responsible, or
unknown, the frrlghl money u ill be irqulrtdlnadtnnce
l'AJHAlMul'l.lai!OIIN nil)! I.M:N HIK-
111! I'l.A I.M.V JlAltKi:il
For the parlrvhoin they are for, or plainly stated In the
receipt in whom lliry tu tinisltiicd.
All drmaiius for damage or loss mutt be made within
Iu no way liable for lo.s or accident to lite stock.
fC Hack Drivers. Hoys, and such like, villi not he
allium! mi boaru Die Steamer on arrhal, uiilil after tht
passtngera hae been landed,
"' WI1.DEH &. CO.
PACIFIC IflAIL STEARISHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
THE NPI.KNIIIII NTEAMSIIIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Jan. 16.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Till! NlI.KMIin NTKAMNIIII
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or nbout Saturday, Jau. 22d,
Ynr I'rrlcht and I'naaage, apply in
f7.l In. II, lUCKKHI.I) A (O., AEellls.
II.kmU lor .NIiliMitiil per Mlcimirr ran nutt
l Mlnrril, I'rro ol lliiiige. In I hr I'lrviirugl
WwrcilMttinf itfHr llleMrnliirt Olmtl.
CHAS. EEEWER & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
sx '"'iii: bk ".MAivriiA davis." wibi. n:
sJCTV riispaichcd frutn llosion fur Honolulu on or
lat Dny of May aext,
l'ersotia Vilthln? lu order ?imh1s shtnnrd liv this vss.sl
should mail nnfera nu or before Moich i:iih. For
uiilur nurtlciilait apply lu
C. IlllKWUItA; CO.
A. Fat AN It COOK 10,
AC.i:XT J'OllTIli: K0I.L0WI,NU COASTSllbt
Wallolo, rf Mnlolo
Wnlolt. iitrm Juliav
Wlohu, 4tAa 'Walmatlia,
Gun. Sicco2,5 Kaluna,
FI.Atl Itednlth Wlillu Hull. Ottlce- Corner of Qiirsi.
ami Nuuanu Streeis
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Ulljipcr echuoncr,
aS"M A la,OIO,"5L
Will tall from Honolulu lu lllo direct, and II1 call at
Intorniedlatu Vorta on Ibe return trip.
For Freight or I'aisage, apply In the Captain on hoard.
lMl or A, F1IAXK COUK K.Agenl. '
PUNTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brwr A Oa.-Asnt.
sf Merchandise received Nlwu
ami liberal tatk atlvaucea uiade on tbli
nt,,. iila hv ll.
DC. jau ly u
UlttV, KK X CU.
. O. HALL A SON
Would Call Attention to Their
SpSendld Asst. of Coods !
a s. ..sAa . a
Hall's Furrow Plow,
VaHaVVaVaaVaaV Vl fl M iff" .fV
.- g-2ssfctaa 'i z&Afs&u.
PLOWS, 20 DIFFERENT SIZES
Hall's Steel Plows, rntttnc from Sin II Inchest Haifa Hand ninth Ilrrakert, 11 Inch Kttla Qtiecnr.
riiilt-anll Plows. Hall's Furrow Plows. .Hd.- It 111 Plows, III, 13 ami It lnrhr!
IR Inch stiilky Plows, umtlu speilally for llnmskim l'lantallniis; No, S Duck JJye Jluwcrs,
Plow Handles, extra polnls and beams, fur all Plows that we keep!
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS !
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE, ALL KINDS;
NAILS AND SPIKES, of all kinds and sizes;
Reed and Barton's
CELEBRATFD SILVER-PLATED WARE !
IN A ClIIKAT VAKIKTV OF MOhT IIKAUTIFUI. DF.SH.NS;
STOVES AND RANGES, of many kinds and sizes;
VK MAKE A
PAINT AND OILS,
And havlns over l.'.iinil lbs. of Iliibbiirk's White I.rad and Zlne.nf DlfTerenl (Jnalllles. beside, a full Line of ail
Dry 1'n I nt. waiiti'd, and over '.its) Gallons of Iliihtmck's III:!' I'Al.i: Iloll.hll 1,1 Nlor,l till,, we can Hell
al th.' I.oucM figure. Oier -Jiitl (lallons of l. IIIIKl.tTI.M; ttll.H. by tlio Inrrel. case or yalloii. ,. INIillV'N
,.V.,'?.,is.,.;n '.''V,'1 .,!,;,,',,,!tS' lh, J.""' Al""lc ''" "' Wehre i,oivtl,ei:a;eestSt.:knr
!.!.. ril.ll from U.illfurnl.1. Hie hjtt ami briince, ever nffcreil In th. Market. Holts. Piitnns. Piicklne. Hoar.
Ac... ,vc but vc will not atleintit In I'liutneriile nnv ninreof thu llinii.ii,,,! ,i1 .. q..liAM ,!... ... i..... ... i.
would coer more thantiwhoi
',ir..1,.!-.l!l..n.,i.S.l.,.'V.y i5!.n,J!'.'I Jl'iK.",i ,wv "'""illy Invite mir friend, and customer, tn call a'nd si
r M'l.l. lll N I IH'K III' 4JOOII.H for themselves, nnd Ihey will bo convinced of what we say. H3
A Fine Line of Boys & Youths' Clothing,
A Fine Line of MEN'S CLOTHING,
Which Must be Closed Out by March, 1882
AT No. 109
Open till 9 o'clock Every Evening", until
SI'I'lH'.MIM'MIIK'rOI'Tlll'. IIAWAIIA IN.
l.ANIIS. In thumalier of the Estate of .1K1IK
MIAI1 U'.NKII.. late or Honolulu. dccrnsid. In Pro
bale. Al Chambers, before Mr. Justice McUully
On reailln: and 111 hi'.- Ihe petition and accounts of
Alexander .1, ('uinri;ht. Administrator of the estate
of Jeremiah O'Ncli. late of Honolulu. Oahu, deceased,
wherein liuusks to bo allowed SI,(il.W, and charges
himself ivllh ll.NJT.TT, and aska that the tame may he
examined and appmvid, and thai a final enter may lie
made of diatrlbutlun of the properly rcnialiitnj; In lilt
hands In the peisons therein entitled, and discharging
him and his sureties from nil fiither responsibility as
It Is ordered, that WKDNESDAY. thr 15th day of
KKIHtUAltV, A. I'. lf, at ten o'clock a. M.. betoie Ihe
said Justice, al Chambers, In the Court House, al lion
olulu, be and tho same hereby la appniut-nl us the timu
and place for hearini; said petition and accounts, and
that ai; persona lulvresteil may then nnd there appear
and show cause. If nny they have, why thu same should
not be cranlcd. and may piesent evidence a. to who are
entitled to said properly. And that this order, In H"
Kiiulith lancuai;o, bo published in Ilia "atui day Press,"
a newspaper primed and published In Honolulu, for
Ihrce sure' stive winks previous In the lime therein
apputDled for said hearing.
Haled at Honolulu, II, I., tills ?h day nf January,
A.U. IrW. J. McOUM.T,
Alte.tl Justice of the .Supreme Court.
A. Itusa, Deputy Clerk of thu enipreuio Court.
Sinttryi: tot'itr uv tmk iiawaiia.
Itlnnds.-lii Pinbate. In the Kstalv of HAItAII
M. IIKCKH'ITII. luto of Honolulu, deccused, Intetlate.
llermu Chlrl Jllsllen Jiidil.
On reading and lllliclhe pellllnn nfKdnnrd 0. ln
ninn.of IIoiioIiiIii nllrlic that K.irnh M. lleckalth nf
Honolulu uliil Intestate at llnuolulu.oii the Si'lh day
of .In mi A, !. Will, nnd pruylnrr lliut letter nf Admin
islrullon Issue In him Ihe said Kduatd U Damon.
ll ta ordered that Tuesday lliu I "Hi dav nf January A.
D. IM'! bo and hereby Is appoint! it for hearlnt; sabl
petition beforu Iho said Justice, In lliu Conn room of
Hits Court, at Honolulu, at which lime nml pb.ee all
persons c'ucerii(il may it linear and show cause. If anv
Ihey hair, why eiiid petition should not be ciaiilnt, and
th-itlhlt older lis published 111 the Kngllsli iantruae
fur three smcessliii eek In the " tialurday Prett,"
newspaiier In Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, II. I., Drc'tOth, A. I), 1SR1.
Juitlce uf tho Supreme Court.
Atletti J mi. K. lUnxaiiii. Clerk. ill at
ClirilKMl'I COUUT OF TJIK HA-
17 U'AIIAM Islands- In Probate. In Ihe n.tale of
1.1.1. K.N I-'. IIAIHIIM.or llniiolulu, deceased, Intetlate,
llefnra Chief Justice J ml. I,
On rcadln; and tiling thnpellilnn of William I'. Allen
or Honolulu, Island of Oahu, allei'lnir lh.it Hllen K.
Iln.vlv 1,1- ... ..I.I 11. I.il.. .11. 1... ..... ... ...1.1
Honolulu, on the '-.th day nf July, A. I), Ihll, and pray
In: that leltrra nf Adinlnlilrutloii liiuc tn hi in, raid
iWlllaui r", Allen.
It la ordtied lhat TUESDAY, thu '.Mth iby of Jan
uary, A 1), ltf. lie and hereby i.apdiili'il fur hearlnc
said iielllluu before ihe said J in I ice lu Iho I'ouii room
of Hits Court, at Honolulu, al which lime and placo all
persona concerned may appear and thnir cause. If iiir
Ihey have, why said petition should mil bo granted. and
that this order bo published in the English languast
for three successive weeks In the "haturday Prtt"n
newspaper In Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu. II. 1. Mh January, A. D. lbU.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Altesti A. Itoaa. Deputy Clsrk. Tilt
ro OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITY!
TaVKPi THIS OCCASION
totlfyli'z our MEIICIIANTri lhat
All BUU Ufl with mo for CpUaetiea alur-
Us the cicala of this Qutu-tcr
will receive prompt attention. Jlookt and account
villi be cartfully baltuteil up, and matrrt perlaliiln;
o 'central oflc truck will b atttudeit taat moderate
couipcutallon, Ilttpecl fully,
" ' Oineral Iluslscsa Actnt.
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THE I OHO F.STAItl.Illla:!! MUUA
WATKK I'AVTOKY or
HOLLISTER & CO.
IS STILI. IN EXISTENCE.
Wo havo the Most Complete Ma
chinery, lo be found M'ett of' Ihe Jlncky Mountains, vrfth, allot
the latest Improvements thai are lu lite al Hie JJaat
For making- a pure article
All nater used lu our Factory la KII.I'KHED. Moja.
over, we will not be undersold ' RW
'PIIK CU.lAltTXKItriIII 1IKUK-
X toftsxo exlsltiiz between (1 Truiitseau & , . pnr
vis, fiirlhu )iiiriiosootcarryln;nn Sugar Plantlnc In
tin-lllttllct of Ilamakua, Haw ill, uiiilcr Ibe name of
(1. Trousseau & Purvis has been dissolved by mutual '
consent from date uf October 1st, IMI,
Mr. W, II. Puivls of Ilamakua, and Mr. John Purvla
nf Kinaldy, r-coiland, liuv In purchased the Interest of
ll. Trousseau In the lain firm, havu euloicd Into pint
nerslilp from same dalo under Ihe alylo and iialuenr
, II, Pl'HVIS A CO.. and will carry on tho bntlnesa
as.iunlni: ml the llablliliea uf thu old firm.
tW TU3t W. II. PUIIV1H .t CO.
Warranted not to Itiisti llrrakl rr Wear Out I
All styles and tlira al
rV IIOI.MSTBlt X CO.'i ..
Dissolution of Copartnership.
PUJJMC NOTICK IS IIKUKIIV
ulvin lhat Iho Hrm (Julnir husluess a Ueneral Tin.
Worker., Plumbers etc,, at .Sn. a Nuuanu hi. Honolulu,
under the linn name and styluuf (I, MKOEI.KU.N M
(:o.,dls jved partnership nu the iilti day of Decim.
ber. IHnl, by iiiiilual content nf ihe parties therein.
All purlfei i Indthied In raid llrm are requstled to
,.!.., inui.iii i'.jiuhiii. aeu inuso uaviua claim.
snliMI the llrui will present them without Sclav for
i ."lii1!1"! Wi"",?,' ,h?lt0"-0.tWi:elken and O.
'Wt'i'.'-.l",1 ."""r oulsUnUIni: accomita.
UhllethanMnic Ihe public fm their scnerunt pa I run
ju during Ihe many years Ibe late mm has canted nn
hut nest at tho old slaud, Ihey iripccltnlly tnllcit
fiiulliiutiueof the same In their succesaors,
, , , (I, SKOliLKK.N A CO.
Honolulu, January 3, 188J.
' Copartucrthip Votiot.
rpiii; unoi:ush;nki), succkh.
X. OltH lull, Mei'lki ll A Co., will liereaflrr conduct
Ihngi-iiiialTliisinUhluzand Pliimblii lliislnesaal iho
Obi Hum), under I hi llr in name ami stylo of 11. KNU.
I.I.NII A: CO.. and they III endeavor to niertl the k.khI
rvputslluu earned by iheir predevcssuia for proiuniiiesa
und thuruiiKU-nvrkiiiauihlii. 'the Arm It rniiituiieil or
Honolulu. January 5. lt. Kin ;u'in
Holliiter 4 Co.
TOIACCO, CIGARS AND CKUETTES,
t'roirant Vaully fair
Drawlnjr Hoom, ml .
Irorillard'i Flug and f ua ot TfHtto'i.
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