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JANUARY 10 th,
At 10 O'cLirk. A. M- at ?Vnn, wd1 ae sold.
A SITERIOR ASST. OF DM COOHS!
LOT OF FURNITURE.
Bedsteads, Bureani. Chairs,
Benches, Crockery "Ware.
0.K CSOO.SE-.-VKCK IMIAV !
C. . BARTOW. Aoet'r.
- TO LET !
TIIOHK OKSIKAIII-K PREMKES,
l il ymun Aes. at prr-ut scrawled by Mr.
Uniun. For particulars apply to
JAB. B. LIJIU.l.
Havixu nr.cKivr.ii tiik appoint.
MKNT Jjnt .far Mutual Ltfr imturamct Co,
o New ork for th llaanao NUiita. I aaa l n-v-r.! l -tll
with all rtin basins; any limruia tauorit with the former
THAT VERT UKMRAHLE II O V K
an P sit--. . ISONauana Avenue, lately occopied
br W. . iv a. Cm.
a r uc Hmu. ial Prcmur, No. 144. aWuinr
Apply lo - C. K. WILLIAMS.
Ja4 Or J. II. WO 'D.
P0I SALE OS RENT.
i TIIK DKSIIUIII.K DWKMJXC forSK
J ' i I Mr u. tor narucoiara enquire n i
. . . ...ir
toZS V tur.ws.ivr m iivuri.-..
N0TICE OF POWER OF ATTORNEY.
IHAVR 4i;TiloKiz:n tub firm op
Arr- a Aehark of lloni-tuli hf Irttrra of attoroey. ti I
rvprramt m In ail aattera p-TT.lj.inic lo m aol ay buatorao I
la ik ll.haa IsUn!, daring bi istrndnt aiaroc truo j
n aww lm YOCNa 8HEOXQ.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
THOSE VERT UMIRAIII.K I'REMbKS
on Bnrei.uia fit. at prrnt otspiH fcr II. K. liitchrorlr.
Kaoj , Inaprrior Uvurral of Schoola, and a-tj.iininr the
a'mtara t ft. Walter fnnfi the hoaaa enotaina a rlraant
lrtr. tiilnc-roota. three h.t mi, pantry and kltchm, hath
h'juv anl arant' h'Mr. Liblr. rte . ao-l la VnmlrA in a
llant niMirh ajt, aod AurrwatvlrJ bjr f anl-a aim! paatare
r.rMu.rrof (J4) IIL'GO ?T A NGEM W A Lt.
m prirata y lA.lr !l Partma lak itar iturlnc ; he furthe
ln J.T..u, tima. JollM V. KEMVON. Tad.x. Kinw ftrret,
wila t. tniimaia to hia BmMfl patram aiwt ail (entlmira
wIm Icb-rul (raring tha rw partiaa wita their prexoce, to
Order their Dress Svxits
lo ford tun to prevent. diaapmis4aient. aa aklUot tabor la very
ararra in llwiia. A ApkiMti.l H ick of
BLACK BROAD CLOTH AND DOESKINS !
OM II A.N U.
dllf JOH!l r. KKXTOy.
TsTICW STOCK OF
P hotographic Materials
Fie I ii re
Fr nm cm,
AT DICKSON'S ART GALLERY,
G I Fort Street.
FEMODirAi mmi mm
American, English and Australian
Furnished to i.crior within Ten to Ticenty Days
from tlt dale of prtblicalion.
A ad at fwicca that barely oovrr the coat of subscription and
J'li-rri JjeUvered Free of Pontage in any part of I
S SabrrlptIoo takra for Less than One Year.
MOT Files saad ap al short notice for W hair men a Traveler
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The V. V. atiia 0 00
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N. V. Werkly Zeilaoa; 8 0O
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tisoe, and aappli cost and charge.
Addres IT. M. WIIITN'ET.
CY E. P. ADAMS.
i REGULAR ROOM SALE !
ON THTTRSDAY, - JANUARY 9th,
AT 10 A. AT ROOM,
Brown Sugars, Teas,
Tobacco, &c, &c.
E. I. ADAMS, Anct'r.
SALE OF BSOOI IKO.
JAN. 9th, 1873,
At 12 M , at "a'eamjto, will be S.I1 :
250 Bundles of Hoop Iron!
, . I and 1 inch.
j Sale Positive.
e. p. a damp. AoeAioer.
PORMF.KI.V TIIK IIOMUMTKAI) OP
lh- lata Jttvpb Booth rK KK.NX.
deI4 Apply to A!4.fA LONfl.
HP II A t AT TIIESA IV A f PLAIN.
OS T.IK IPLANADK.
TO 1j IaT !
Under the Odd Fellow's Hall.
Utfly Occupied by Dllllnfrhara X Co., as a
Hardware Stare !
It is Completely Fitted with Shelving, &c.
for further particular apply to
C. A. CASTI.B, or
W. C. PAKKK.
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II! E UXDKR.1XEI). CKXERAL AGENT
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N V Times 6 00, bhippiug Liat
The Capital, Washington .............................
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Am. Agriculturalist..... $1 60 Rural New Yorker.... $4 60
Weekly Bulletin $ 00 Weekly Alta $ 00
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News Letter 8 00 Examiner 6 00
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London Qjartrr'y 4 00 )iuurh Quarterly...
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SubscrifJion can cominence at auy time, and back
numbers xcill be ordered as required.
XT HariDjr Wide Awake Agenta in ean Francisco I can
aa-art Subscribers of their leing as early recipients of tbe.r
periodicala a through any other ource.
Files of Jladin,j .Vi.'f'r wid tip nf Short Sotice
for Travelers, Seamen and others.
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changes for the next year will give notice of same a early as
1IAHIFS J?OR 1S73.
All Order faithully attsqded to. Call on or address
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA."
WnlitUtr, Jmm. Bib. (alas; far -a Ka
Jaaaary 13 Clreall mC Hawaii
27la Clrmll mC Hawaii
; rrkraarf34 Kwaa
i 131k Cireail ml Kaaai
i 24la Circall f Hawaii
j y So Cfdii f.r Pataake M ny. Ticket at the Office
l only. N"t r .pvinsiMe f-r any !i-ight or Xieag.-., unlrsa ra-r-i4ni
fr. SAML'kl. U. WILD Lit,
juii a-wfcw Agent.
California. New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Company.
For aSA FKAIVCIaSCO
The Stenmiliii A'cvail.i,
Will Leave on or about Saturday, Jan. 11.
Ami Oihrr Nrw Zrulnml I'er l, raanrrling
al AurUlnuJ with Slrmiirr. far Sy&lHrjr,
Mrlaaarae awl BrUbnap, 4hr
Tlie tlnni!li ' IIimn "f
Will Leave on or about Friday, Jan. 10th,;'
XT Freight (t.r th t-.iinrra will he ri'Ceireil in areamera
warehooae tree of Urare.
i'a4eiirT tHM.ked ihrounh a reduced ratrt to pointl in tte
CoiK-il ftatra aid to Liverpool, anil alao to prtt iu New
ZaUml Ami Autralia.
For tnigUt an t I'aarag', anit all f.irrher information,
A 1 A pljr to II. I1ACKFKI.D : Co.. Arrnti.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Bit t:VF.K Si CO., AUEXTS.
A A Fvorall arraiiireioeiitR tan a'wara
be niaiie for
- ,Hi'iali it bl'-rujt-; aimI Miipraent of tnl. Butw-, W.l. lliilrt
and oii-r lerrhntiae to New Knlfunl, BMiton, New York and
oihr Kateru Purta. X-T Ca,h Advanrva Duulr. ,'
fcJ4 1 C. BREWER Cl1
DISPATC1T LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C.UREWKft&m., A (1 KTS,
MrrehandiAe rect-irol HTORAOK KKKK and
liheral cah ailvaucri made on khipnn-nta ! Una
(ft 4 ly) C. BRK.VtU & CO.
Keirular Tackct for Kou;i and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
Captain J. II. llatfi.-M.
j Will run regularly on the above ruti havlne excellent areom.'
modations tor uniieiiicera and freight.
! Fur Freight or Paaao;e, apply to the Capuio on boird,
! or to (mh.3 If TlBUfcTrf a SUKKNSN.
.110 PC. Maater.
Will run aa a Regular Packet
to the abovt port. For Freight
or Passage apply to
WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAip.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CIIANE, Master.
Will Bib Ee-nlarly between This Tort and Lahalna,
HoBoIali Satiraays and Lahalna fTfry Wednesdays.
apS3m II. 1JACKFELD & Co.. Agenta.
AGENTS FOR THE
JCKA. RO ROT,
LI LIU, ISABELLA,
JjYv LIVE VA.VKEE,
K IN A IT. AXD IIOKl'LKLE.
Freight at f.iir prices and goods properly kantlled.
WILDER 4- CO.
mm mmim i
Messrs. McCOLGAN & JOHNSON
WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY ' I N
forra their frifnda anil eustomera. the citicena Of lln.
nolulu and the Islands generally, that th y have, in connec
tion with their
MERCHANT TAILORING BUSINESS,
ADDK1 THAT OF
Which they intend to have mostly made at their Establish
ment in Honolulu. They will also deal In the better class of
foreign made clothing, esecitlly that of American make.
GE5TIE1ILVS FIRMIIUG GOODS
In all its Branches.
Those wiahing to buy their own cloth
rill find it to thir
, -a. Cl. n:
nxul ax o
FULL AND COMPLETE
EXGLISII. GERM AN AND FRENCH
Black and Dlue Broadcloths !
Heavy and Medium.
ENGLISH. SCOTCH AND GERMAN
TWEEDS CASS I MERES.
BLACK TBE COT. BLACK AND BLCE DIAGO
NALS, Very Choice Goods.
ALSO. ANOTHER INVOICE OF
I X3 1: J3 I-" ord cord:
Yery superior for Hiding l'sot.
The Celebrated Sydney Tweeds
1 in Great Variety.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
; Black and Colored Italian Cloths !
BLACK SILK ALPACAS!
; WHITE 'IVXOIj-CSIXXIO'S
From light to very heavy.
! Finest Line of Moleskins in the Market !
j WHITE COTTON CORD,
j a superior article.
BLUE L V ZV IV 12 IL
BEST QUALITY AND INDIGO BLUR
Warraaled not la lara Red.
A FULL LINE OF
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS !
AND MANY' OTHER ARTICLES.
flaring purchased the above Goods at very much below
their market value, we intend to give our customer the bene
fit of our judgment, and charge correspondingly low.
PERSONS PURCHASING THEIR GOODS AT OCTt STORE
can have them
Cut Out Free of Charge !
and good fit guaranteed if properly made up.
At the Old rtand. No. 34 Fort Street.
(fommcrctal libc rfisfr.
Putin or t" Moos roi the Mouth or Jabiasy,
ls73 IIomoli tc MlisTuc.
Jao. 5th First Quarter..; 10 S ah
13th Fall Mcoo 5 it aw
XUt Last Quarter....... 69
2sth .New Mooo 8 M ill
Tiaiorio is aid iTTisa.
Jan. "t ian Kies ah rua 8eta.....S C rs
8th Sun Rim 4) mt Pan Kru 6 31 TV
lilh !oiilurf 4 44 am ; fan Mrt.....4 W M
tan Rlara.....6 43 a f tan tcta.....S 41 rm
2vtb Sao Kiara A 4;J as ; fan eVta 44 r,
81st Sou Kiaca. ....6 41 ; f oo icu 6 44 rm
C'Arr. D a sin. r'wtTa.
XOTES OF THE WEEK.
J&f The bark Comet u fortj day out to-day.
?T See notice of meeting of Engine Co. No. 2,
thi evening j
fjy See &J fertile meat cf Signor Docato's per- (
formance for to-night.
The Ocean Steamers. The Xtbraslca be !
due from Sao Francisco about the 9th inL,ond the j
XtvaJa from New Zealand about the lOib. i
Be it Rirsri-XEEiiED, that on New Year's Day, 1873,
there waa not a single arrest by the police in the
city of Honolulu, for any offense whatever.
To Jcrors. We are requesteJ by the Marshal to
inform the jurors summoned tor the present term
of the Supreme Court, that their attendance will
not be required until further notice.
Ose Thocsand IX") l lars Reward The k'uokcxi
of to-day offers n reward of $1,000 to whoever will
(rive information that will lead to the conviction of
any person or petsons who phall attempt to bribe
a member of the Legislative Assembly, on the Tote
t lor King.
Aw L'CEX-sm. The three awa licenses sold at
auction on Thursday last, by order of the Minister
of the Interior, brought respectively, $1,500, $1.-
1 ici, aud $1,400 a tottl of $4,385.
fy At Fischer's cabinet shop can be seen the
cothn prepared for the late King. It is a splendid
fiiece of work, and is similar in style to others made
or those of the dynasty whose remains are in the
Mausoleum. The coffin will be taken to the Palace
thia evening, so that those who wish to examine it i
closely must do so to-day.
J Loftt Honors On Christmas day. while the
people on the beach at Wailukn were cheering for
the Prince, Prof. Alexander and his party reached
tbe snowy summit of Mauna Kea and gave three
cheers for Luxalilo. Thus on the same day, from
the ocean level to the clouds, was our future King
Oli Acquaintances. Capt. Clary, of the U. S. S.
Eenecia, Tisited this port some twenty-two years
ago, when attached to the Prtble. William llalford,
now gunner of the Bentcia, will be remembered as
the brave quarter-master of the Sai$inawt who ac
companied the ill-fated Talbot on the boat voyage
from Ocean Island to Kauai
i' ' Fibe at PAfKAA. From Hilo we learn that at
noon on the -3d inst., a fire broke out at Paukaa
' Plantation, caused by a spark from the chimney of j
the sugar mill, which caught in the roof of a I
thatched house. It spread rapidly, and consumed
four thstched houses and one of wood, together with
their contents. The estimated loss will not probably
Tiik Windwxkd Islands are reported as quite en
thusiastic for the Prince. Meetings had been held
at Wailukn and Makawao. in which creat unani-
j mity was shown, and the vote it is thought will be
nearly if not quite unanimous. At Kau on Hawaii,
before the Prince's address was received, a meeting
had' been held and the representative was instructed
to vote for Lunalilo. with a gentle intimation that
it would not be healthy for him to vote for any one
else. So throughout the other districts of Hawaii,
the Prince's popularity is unbounded.
Bribery Talked of. We translate the following
from the Kuokoa, native paper: " We have beard
that one of the representatives has been offered four
j hundred dollars if he would give his vote for a chief
.a .a .a a a a swat
otner man tne people s cnoice. me representative
refused the bribe, because if he bad taken it, when
he got home the people would hang him, and so the
attempt failed. But we beg to say to the person
who tries to bribe, that he had better take himself
out of the country. If it should become known who
he is, it would go hard with him."
Something of a Fight. While tbe Kilauea was
at Hilo, the engineer, Mr. Roberts, was coming off
to the vessel in a shore boat, when the drunken boat
i boys demanded additional pay for some work they
uuuC aitu uvu .' l amswi &o ICIU7HI IV WUipiJr
with their demands, they attacked him and tried to
force him into the water. The hands on board the
steamer, seeing that there was some difficulty going
on, came to the rescue in one of her boats, and for a
time there was a lively fight. Mr. Koberts got off
with pome pretty severe bruises. We have not
learned whether any arrests have been made.
Masoxic Isstallations. On the evening of the
27th ult, the officers of the two Masonic Lodges in
this city were regularly installed for the ensuing
year, as follows :
Officers of "Le Prosrres de V Oceanic," JVb. 124.
Ed. Kistler, W. M. ; W. 15. Wright, S. W. ; II. G.
Crabbe. J. W. ; W. 0. Irwin, Secretary ; D Dayton,
Treasurer ; B. R. Davidson, S. D. ; G. W. Rahe, J.
D. ; Jas. Auld, I. G. ; A. McDuff, Tyler.
Officer of "Hawaiian," JVb. 21. John Neill,
W. M ; D. K. Fyfe, S. W. ; A. Mackintosh, J. W. ;
C. T. Gulick, Secretary ; F. A. Schaefer, Treasurer ;
L. Way, S D. ; L. Wilcox, J. D. ; E. Strehz. Mar
shal ; R. Gray and II. I. Nolte, Stewards ; T. Tan- j
, From Hii. The ladies of Hilo held a Fair on
Christmas last, in the building belonging to the Hilo
! Union School, for the purpose of extinguishing the
small debt remaining on the foreign church proper
ty. The amount realized was more than double the
amount required for tbe purpose, and was far in
excess of what was anticipated. Admittance to
tbe fair was free, and the attendance of foreigners
and natives was large. Especially did the delighted
children crowd around tbe " fish-pond," and "grab
box," which were effectually "cleaned out" in
h:tl( an hour. Very amusing were the attempts of
tbe uninitiated to swallow fiot ice-cream. Order
and good natnre ruled tbe evening's gathering,
and the memory of it will long be cherished by
those who participated in it. as being one of tbe
pleasantest social reunions tbey have enjoyed for
t years, l lie amounts realized were :
Department of refreshments
Fancy tables and general salesroom.
Total eross receipts.......
Expenses. ............... .
Navai The U. S. S. Benecia. Capt. A G. Clary,
arrived at this port yesterday p. M., having left San
Francisco Dec. 6. and arrived at Hilo Dec. 31st.
Kemained tbere until Jan. 2d. The Benecia is a 2d
rate. 2400 tons, ami carries 12 guns, viz 1 eleven
inch. 10 nine inches. 1 60-pounder Parrott rifle.
The Benecia will remain here until the arrival of I
the Coliforrda. now shortly expected, with tbe Ad-
miral on board. The following is a list of tbe
officers of the Benecia.
Captain A. G Clary. Cnmmandinr
Lieutenant Commandrri J. D. Graham, Executive ; W,
II. "V hi tinr. Navigator; Joshua Bishop.
Lieutenant A. B. Carter, W. Goodwin, Wm. Little.
Master Fred Singer.
Mate F. H. Wins;.
Ckie f Engineer G. F. K uti.
Paymaster Edwin Putnam.
Svryeon II. r. Pitkin.
lf Aft. Engineer C Andrade.
2nd Atinl. Engineer J. A. T'bin.
2nd Li. Marine 11. G. Ellsworth.
At. Surgeon M. D. Jones.
Capft. Cleric X. H. Ererelt.
Paymaster' Cleric Wm. McMurray.
Boatswain Alex Mack.
G'uanrr Wm. lialfrd.
Carpenter W. p. Toy.
Saxmaitr Wm. Rogers.
A Military Outrage. Y'estorday. two soldiers
were arraigned in the Police Court on the charge
of assaulting a young man named Manuel Knnyea.
an employee of Mr. J. S. Lemon. It appeared" by
the evidence that the complainant was standing
near tbe corner of Here tan and Nuuanu streets
on tbe afternoon of January 1st, when observing a
man on horseback who came near being thrown in
turning tbe corner, be (complainant) sung out in a i
joking manner, "Whoa, January. " whereupon the ;
corporal in charge of a file ol 6oldier9 tbat bap- i
pened to be passing, immediately ordered the com- i
i plainant's arrest. This was done in a very roxb i
j manner by the soldiers, and Manuel was taken by j
tlieui to tbe Station-bouse. Arrived there, tbe officer j
in charge of tbe Station refused to receive Manuel I
as a prisoner, saying there was no charge against j
him. Tbe soldiers then marched him tip to the j
barracks, and after a long consultation, in fact, a
court marti.il after their fashion was held, and
Manuel was condemned to pay $1.50 fine, which sum
be borrowed trom a fiiend. It appeared that one
of tbe parties charged, the corporal, named Paa
kaula. was the principal actor in the whole affair,
and he was fined $10 and costs, and read a lecture
on the subjection of tbe military to tbe laws of the
land (which was apparently a new doctrine to him)
and informed that if tbe $1.50 was not restored to
Manuel a complaint would lie for extortion.
Order of Procession
For tk Funeral of Hit lat Majrtly Kajiuiaxeha V.
Haonala Kire Uepartmmt.
Meciuuiic.' Brnefit l iuua.
Ktuskta of f'j ttuA.
Membera of Ihr MelM-aI Facultr.
Tke Kocwhikia of the Crows I-ao!b
The Kooofnk ol t a late Kiuf Frtvaie LajxIa
(orernor of Oaha aoJ iuf.
A rt ulrry CompAnr.
The late Ritv( I'nrreror.
The late Kui' Serranta.
fW uf the Roman Cathoiic Charrh.
Ilia Lordship, the Rht Ker. BifKj) of Arathea.
CTerry of the Ar.jlican t hnrrh.
Hi LarUhi(i, the R:tbt Kev. Hiahop of Iloaaialo.
The Ule Kin)f' Horve.
The late Kir.(" Ak1.
Msjor, the lloonrable Heory A. tCahana. bearinj the Ovarii
and flat ol the late Kir.
CoioocL, the Honorable Darxi KaUkana, bearinf the Crown of
the Ule Kinr.
3 : - r
3 t o
Carriare bearing f?er Excellency K. Keelikolani, H. R. II.
Prince William C. Lunalilo. and Iloo. C. Kauaiua
CarrUge beariug the Qoeea Dowarer Loiina, and the Honor
able Mra. "Saca.
The Kinr'. Chancrllor.
The Cabinet .Mini.tera.
Jadrea ol tlx? Supreme Court.
Membera of the Privy Council of Mate.
The Legislative Aemhly.
Governor, of the different latauda..
Clerka of the Government Department.
Poatm&flter-Cx-Deral and Clerka ol" Pout-Office.
Collecior-Geoeral and Cuatotn Ilottae t)iBcera.
The Marahal, and berifTa of the dififreot lalanda.
Abahui Aloha a Lahaiua.
fore (-a Reaidenta.
Tetach ent of Cavalry.
The Kinft'a remain will lie in State at lolani Palace, on
Monday night, January 6th, 1S73. Galea wiH be opeu from 7
r. M. until midnight.
Any peraona wiohinr to recite "Kanikaua' in memory of
the late Kin;, will be allowed to do ao on that occasion.
Those who attend the Funeral are to aaacmble in front of
the Palace at 10 o'clock, A. M. on TueadAy. the "lh day of
January, and the Proceaaion to atari at 11 o'clock.
The Jine of procesaion prtctding the reinaina of Hla lata
Majt-aty, will be formed on King Atreet, the right retting on
A l:kea atreet. Those who Jollow the reuiaina, will lorin on
King alreet, the right resting on the YVaikiki aide of the
The public generally are Invited to attend.
Iolani Palace, December 31at, IhTi.
-. liy the Benicia, W4 learn that at the election on
the first instant in liilo, 971 votes were cast, all fof
Lahaina and Kaanapali.
The returns received by the Xettie Merrill yester
day, show that the two districts of Lahaina and
Kaanapali went solid for the Prince, the former
giving him 581 votes, and the latter 487 none
scattering. . . -
Makao, Koolauloa, Jan. 2, 1873.
Mestrs. Black Sc Jluld Snts I drop you a line.
hinking you would like to hear how the election
came oS in this district. It was a unanimous vote
for Prince W. C. Lunalilo. There were 293 votes
ica8t, and it would not have been very comfortable for
ithe party voting for anybody else, I can assure you.
Yours, . . W..E.L..
The Vote at Waialna.
Jo the RlHorof the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
.- Dear Sir The popular election for Sovereign of
Ilawaii came off to-day, resulting in an almost unan
imous choice of Prince William C. Lunalilo, who
received 172 votes, and D. Kalakaua 1..
Thus again have the people of Waialua shown
their preference for Prince William. All newspaper
readers, and they are not few in Waialna, know of
tbe platform on which the Prince stands, and thus
record their vote overwhelmingly for the Constitution
of 1852. We never had so ; quiet an election since
the first one ever held in the district.
Yours respectfully, W.
Waialua, January 1st, 1873.
Mr. Editor: In your Semi-Weekly of the 31st
nit., appeared an account of an interview of a num
ber of masters of vessels in port, with Prince Wsi.
C. Lcnaxjlo, at which an address was presented to
him. I understand that tbe reason wby I waa not
requested to join in tbe address was because my
ship is tinder tbe Hawaiian flag. I wish to say
therefore, that in my opinion it would have been
most fitting for a Hawaiian shipmaster to kave
joined in tbe congratulations to His Royal High
ness, and that I hereby heartily concur in the senti
ments expressed in the address to hira signed by
my brother shipmasters, and sincerely wish tbe new
King a long and happy reign.
Master bk. 11. W. Wood.
Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1873.
Mr. Editor : It appears that the proprietors of
the wholesale and retail liquor shops are compli
mented and thanked by the Marshal for having
promptly and cheerfully closed their establishments
on tbe day of election. So far, bo good. But I
would like to know if the authorities purposely omit
ted to invite tbe proprietor of the Hawaiian Hotel to
close his bar on that day, as well as other retailers,
or whether be declined to accede to the request? At
all events it is a fact that tbe establishment in ques
tion sold liquor as usual on that day.
A Publican, and of course a Sinner.
For the P. C. Advertiser.
! Lahaina, January, 1873.
Mr. Editor Visiting the polling-place to-day an
active balloting was in process, with but one ticket
presented. It is manifestly the unanimous will of
the people that Prince W. C. Lunalilo shall occupy
I write, because profoundly impressed with the ne
cessity for a Constitutional Convention to be sum
moned at the earliest proper day, in order to determ
ine legally our Constitution. The Prince has
declared his intention (to the intense satisfaction of
the whole people) to restore tbe Constitution of 1852,
tr ilk tuch modifications at are necentary. His object
is right, and the purpose most commendable; but
here he seems to be in danger of repeating the error
of his predecessor, namely, in exercising the power
f chan-ging or creating Constitutional provisions by
Ull tk ttl UA j aawaavaa J a
The nation is weary of arbitrary, power and un
lawful proceedure. We long for a restoration of the
reign of law and guaranteed rights. Let the new
reign open with sacred veneration for these. What
ever is to be done, let it be accomplished in such a
manner that it shall stand, and none shall gainsay it.
Tbe Constitution of 1852 has never been repealed,
save by the unlawful decree of one mati. How much
prescriptive power has been given to that decree, and
how much validity to tbe laws enacted under it, by
the length of time during which it has been submit
ted to, is for others to determine who are more com
petent. But I think we shall all agree in feeling
ourselves on safe ground, only when the Constitution
of 1852 has been restored as the law of the King lom.
But some modifications in the Constitution are ab
solutely necessary, and other changes are doubtless
generally considered desirable. If'Ao shall make
them ? How shall they be made, so as to be valid,
and not subject to be overturned either by legal or
Only one way appears to exist in which the right
result can be obtained. At tbe opening of the Con
vention of 18G4, it was decided by the highest judi
cial authorities of the Kingdom, that a Convention
of the King, Nobles and Delegates of the peoplo
elected expressly for the purpose, had power over the
Constitution. Let such a Convention be ordered at
once. Let tbe Legislature about to assemble, not
separate without giving order for such a Convention,
one essential regulation of whose action should be
that they are only to make changes in the Constitu
tion of 1852. and another, that for any change, a
two-thirds vote should be necessary. S. E. B.
Kmgbts or Ttthias. On the evening of Jan.
1st, tbe following officers of Oahu Lodge, No. 1, for
the ensuing terra, were duly installed by the D. G.
C. for the Hawaiian Islands : Henry L. Sheldon,
Chancellor Commander ; George Lucas, Vice Chan
cellor ; Jos. S. Gurney, Prelate ; David Dayton,
Master of E. ; George Crowter, Master of F. ; Rob
ert Newcomb, K. of R. & S. ; Robert Burns, Master
at Arms; George Trimble, I. G. ;Thos. R. Lucas, O. G.
George Williams, Past Chancellor.
The Quecn'i Hospital
Honoi-Ixc. December 20th, 1875.
T the Trustees of the litem's Hospital: '
GevTLKaiKx : 1 have the honor to SMb-nit the fol
lowing report for the last quarter, ending this da v.
I The total number of patients at present in the '
ilospital is 91. viz: 47 males and 33 female (Ma- j
waiian), and 5 foreigners, all males (1 paying).
The number of admUsiona during this period baa
been lui : of these 57 were males, and 40 females
(Hawaiian), and 8 foreigners ; discharged. 99. vii :
50 males and 30 female (Hawaiian), and 19 for
eigners. 226 new Cfises have been entered in the
dispensary books, and 3.807 prescriptions made up.
The greatett number of patients in the Hospital at
one time was 93 ; the smallest. 81. There hare
been 8 deaths 5 natives and 3 foreigner; 2 from
paralysis, 2 from debility. 1 from -fever, 1 from pul
monary consumption, 1 from dropsy, and 1 from
SUnce the lt of January 4JS cases have beea
treated as internal pallet) U. Of these 210 were
from Oahu. 33 from Hawaii. 5 from Maui. 30 from
Kauai, 6 from Molokai, 11 kanakas from toaw of
I the Southern islands, and 49 foreigners ; also TS3
; ks dispensaiy patients. The number of prescript
j tions put np was 10.112. There are at present 86
I Hawaiian in the Hospital, ihe largest number since
f its foundation.
j I regret to have lo report a Tery great Increase
; during the last few months of syphilitic cases ap
j plying for relief at the Hospital much in excess of
their average for many years past there being at
j present 31 case under treatment aa internal pa-,
i Men I s,
i Tbe ont-buildings have been newly shingled and
put in thorough repair; but portions o'f the verandas,
f'and some qf the doors in the main bnllding. are
quite rotten and require immediate attention. SeT
i eral c!iaiii have been made in tbe ground in tbe
vicinity of the house, and improvements made in
the roads; a number of valuable trees, scrubs and
j flowers have also been planted, all of which add
much to tbe general appearance of tbe establish
ment. For Borne time past it Las been perfectly
impossible to grow young trees on the tnauka side
ot the lot, owiog to tbe constant mischief caused by i
tae goats running on I'uncn Uowl lull jumping
over and breaking through tbe fence aud eating
every young plant as soon as started. This has been,
I trust, effectually stopped by thoroughly repair
ing tb' lower part of Uie fence and adding another
ran to tne top.
tiesnectiuiiv snomitteti. -v
Kokt. McKiHBix. Jr., M. P., vS
, ; fcurgeon to tbe tjueen a Hospital
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital: - . f
Your Committee, appointed at tbe session of the
14th of September to communicate with the ov.
eminent iu regard to tbe possibility of its making
any provision for tbo support ol paupers, met tbe
Minister of tbe Interior at his office, by appointment,
on the 17tb at 2 p. M.
Your Committee baring stated tbe object of tbeir
visit, the Minister expressed himself as fully agree
ing with the Trustees aa to tbe importance o&tbe
question of the support of paupers by theoonimunily,
that it could not be left untouched, and that the
Queen's Hospital must not be converted into a refuge
for that class of persons; be informed your Commit
tee that there waa no fund at tbe disposal of tbe
Government, nor appropriation that could be touched
for tbe support of indigent persons or incurable in
valids, and recommended tbat the matter be discussed
in tbe publio papers, with tbe view of enlisting th
sympathy and co-operation of the residents of foreign
birth throughout tbe Kingdom, adding, that if, in
the ineautime, until some effectual measure could be
devised and carried into e fleet, a subscription list
should be opened for the support of those helpless
persons now on tbe bands of the Trustees, be would
be a contributor. ' c : , .. .
The report of your Committee ought, perhaps, to
end here, but considering the importance of the
subject, and that the evil will be likely to increase,
your Committee baa ventured to supplement it, by
offering tbe following suggestion for your considera
tion, to wit: tbat it is desirable that tbe Government
be requested to introduce and endeavor to carry a
the next session of the Legislature, a project of a
law imposing a tax, say of one dollar per year on
every adult male of foreign birth or blood, through
out the country, laborers of the coolie class excepted;!
the sum so realized to be devoted exclusively to tbe
support of such persons of foreign extraction as
are absolutely helpless through old age, or any of
the accidents to which all arc liable; the law itself,
providing and regulating the machinery by which
proper objects of tbe charity would be selected, and
the fund administered.
Your Committee is aware that tbe measure may be
considered open to some objection, but believes that
it would be productive of good as well in providing
for the support of infirm and helpless persons, as in
making the reckless and improvident contribute,
when in prosperity, to their own support when over
taken by incurable sickness or old age. v
All of which is respectfully submitted. V
GoDFRET IlilODKS, 5 ; ;
E. O. Hall, CommiUee.y'
S. C. Damos,
Honolulu, December 20th, 1872.
To IUs Ex. F. W. Hutchison, Minister of ihe In
terior, f'C. d'c. : ...
Sir : I have the honor to furnish this, the twenty
eeventh semi-annual Report of tbe Tmstees of tbe
Queen's Hospital, showing tbe receipts and dis
bursements for tbe half-year ending at this date,
and an estimate of tbe financial condition of tbe
Corporation on tbe 1st proximo:
From pay patients ...$ 882 29
From Hawaiian Treasury for passengers'
and Hawaiian aeamen'a taxes . . . . ,169 88
From Interior Department on account ap
propriation, 8 niontha to F'eb. 1, 1873... 6,333 00
From Hawaiian Treasury on account of
appropriation for repair and improve
From Rev. II. II. Parker, Life Membership
from Hon. A. S. Hart well. Annual Mem-
berahip 10 00
From aale of f-ra 18 0
From the Treasurer (balauce now due him) 1.81S 68
The disbursements daring tbe same time
have been :
Balance due the Treasurer, June 20, 1872. . 2,332 65
Salary of Phyaician 6 niontha to lat ioat.. 760 00
Wage of Purveyor and servant 0 month
to lat inat 1.160 60
For repair and improvement............ 7SI2 60
Bishop & Co. interest at 0 per cent, on over
d raits 130 75
For proviaiops, medicine, bedding, furni
ture, fuel, llgbts, washing, colllus, etc. . . 4.721 29
Estimated I.i adii.ities, Jasvary 1st, 1873.
Balance now due Ihe Treasurer. .......... ...... ...$1,8(5 68
Expenses for the current month, (December) includ
ing salary of Physician 900 00
A mount overdrawn oo appropriation, liaving received
same up to Feb. 1, 1873......................... 664 33
Estimated Assets, January 1st, 1878.
Amount passeiirer and Hawaiian seamen's taxes 3
months to January 1 $800 00
Amount to draw on appropriation for improvement
and repair ' 198 62
Amount lo receive from pay patient ' 25 00
Deficiency January 1, 1873..
Kespectftilly submitted, by
It will be interesting to. our readers in connec
tiou with the above reports", lo read the statement
of the Purveyor of the Queen's Hospital, reviewing
the year 1872.
The number of patients on the 1st January, 1872, was.... 46
Of whom 33 were native and 13 were foreigners.
Number of patients admitted during 1873 406
Of whom 32 were native and 64 were foreigner.
Tofal number cf inmate, 1872
Of these 27 died, and 342 were discharged,
Leaving at the close of the year
patients, inmates of the Queen's Hospital.
The number of outdoor patients of that institu
tion during the year 1872 has been 824 : tbe num
ber of prescriptions made tip during that period,
10.926. Foreign patients paid in all $1,256.50
during the past year.
Dinner to the Ship-masters in Fort at the
: Hawaiian Hotel.
, The address to His Royal Highness Prince Luna
lilo, which was reported in Tuesday's Semi-Weekly,
led to a very pleasant convivial occasion. The depu
tation of ship-masters, Captains Dowden, Redfield,
Hamill, Forbes, Rickman, Shepherd Hempstead, and
Finch, in company with the American Consul, Mr.
Mat toon, and Mr. W. M. Gibnon, sat down together
to a dinner prepared for the occasion at the Hawaiian
The affair, in respect to the entertainment, did
honor to the cuisine of the establishment and to
tbe excellent management of tbe proprietor. Our
Hotel is now unquestionably an honor and a credit
to the country.
This convivial occasion was made highly interest
ing by many important and noteworthy remarks.
The health of His Royal Highness Prince Lukalilo
being drank, Mr. Gibson responded : He said there
was evidently the promise of a new departure, and a
better era. We expect a new King who inspires tbe
moat interesting hopes. He throws oQ the incubus of
past and hurtful influences, and rises up with
strength and dignity to meet the occasion. We felt
to-day in our pleasant encounter with him, tbat be
was a magnetic man; and his words, coming sponta
neously from his own thought, proved also to us tbat
be was a wise and thoughtful man, and moreover a
gentleman, a nol le Prince and a statesman. Whilst
speaking modestly of himself, be recognized tbe im
portance of the material progress of the country, and
expressed his determination that tie interests of all
the people, foreign as well as native, should in tha
event of his being called to a position of responsibil
ity receive bis fostering care. This is a noble otter-
ance coming from one having lJ bo eiperienoe In
public a S aire ami eontraaU ao grandly with tbe
illy rhapsodiM of those who have had a laty oCWUI
experience-. Ho rtxgaited cordially tb kindly
spirit which prompted tbe addren of yon hia-war.
ters. He will not fifgft you. Th baiu cf Anietieaai
Captains will be dear l6 him. !! Slid b hoped to
are you often again; and if be lives and reigns, aa
we hope, many long year. I feel that b will ruak
this port more and more we loom to you; so (hat you
and your brother Captains shall crow J it with your
sail and pre Its fun throughout your own ft.
vored land; anj I now have the honor to propo) tbw
health of your President, yoar illustrious General.
Grant, the ipontaocouu cboioe of tbe free million of
ilr. Maltoon responded, saying thatlike the great
roan who. health they bad jtiat dtank, he waa a
man of abort (M-ecn. Karibevtnorr, on thl occa
sion as on all others whilst holding bis office.
would refrain from the expression of any opinion
in relation to tbe politics of this country ; but be
could not avoid indulging la a fw remarks which
the preaenl occasion and recent events suggested
to bts mind. It was In rrfereuce to the. assertion
of the aoveit'iguty of tbe people In ibis little inter
eating conntrr. as well as In bts own great and
bappy land. There we beheld an overwhelming,
enthusiastic majority of the people utterly deriding
tbe voices of men supposed to be leaders, carrying
out their own wish, aud reinstating tbrir sovereign
choloo in Lis t of honor. do we bere behold
in this city, and learn front every Island tbe spon
taneous upri-ing of the people s tidal wave of
freemen beating onward to the Throne tto Prince
of their choice. I aui happy lo aay (bo largest re
publicanism Is bere awt rted : and our gloriowa
General Gi ant Is not more th choice of the Amer
ican people tban is Prince Willittm Lunaulo th"
cboice ol tbe Hawaiian people. 1 feel tbat you, .
gentlemen, honor yourselves in denoting sixd m
choice ; and now I propose the health of tbe 6up
musters now iu tbe Purl of Honolulu.
This wa responded to by Capt. Kedfleld. 11
was delighted w itb their reception by the Prince.
He and Lis brother shipmates notigbt for nothing,
only to express a k'ndly good will. They had
great bones in Prince William, a a wise and good'
I King, aud as a Irieud to the shipping interests of
tbi port. As good republicans tbey ft U tbat tbey
could endorse him as tbi people's free choice.
Mr. Gibson being called tipou again, beg grWl to
call attention lo. one of tbeir number, to Capt.
James Dowden of tbe Progress, wht originated
this affair, to addretss the Prince. He said we bad
! tiMurd .tfisillrvll nlihu4 .11 . 1 cr- u 1 niwff.,iii im tin. r
1 tint rA tt.nt..1 nm tri lifae Atn.,1 lit n Irniti b.
, u . . v . v .. m v v .. v wii .'I'll, im"
Dowjeu f rogress.
A joyous acclamation brought the gallant Crpt
ain to his feet. He said be wasn't much on talk
at times like this. Their friend Gibson bad done
this, had unfurled his royals, and put the hip on
tier course. IU liked tbe Prince, and if any body
didn't like this, bo was ready to meet any objec
tions in any fashion in which they inigbt be put,
Tbe Prince will prove himself a great man, and bo
rejoiced in this little event. He was an American
and a republican, but this did not prevent him, be
felt from honoring, in a monarchical country, a
true Princo who wus the choice of about every
man, woman and child, In the country.
The Proprietor now joining the company end
Wing toasted, t-uid it wus a bappy tiling to see the
unanimity with which Prince Lunalilo waa sus
tained. It promised well for tbe country and for
its relations with other countries, and be did not
doubt but tbat it would become more and more, In
consequence of the new reign, a proud thing to be
known abroad aa a Sandwhich Island man.
Tbe company dispersed at a late bour, highly de
lighted with tbeir entertainment, and with tbo oc
currence which gave rise to it.
C17" The following la a fair translation of a circa,
hir, a few copies of which were seen in the city on '
Saturday last :
0 My People ! My Countrymen from Old !
Arise ! Thi is the Voice I
Ho ! all ye tribes and divisions. - Ho 1 my own
ancient people ! The people wLo took hold and built
up tbe Kingdom of tbe Kamehuniebas ; from tb
first blow struck at the water of Keoino, to the com
plete union of the islands at the seabeach of Kulo
loia. (Honolulu.) Arise! This is the voice t
' Ho ! Maui of Kuimchcua tbe Great I Ho Maul of
Kamalalawalu, of Kibapiilani also I Ho Molokal
tall of Hina ! Ho Lanai of Kaulu I Ho Kauai of
Mano, of my ancestors gone. Arise I Turn ye I
Here is the voice !
Ho ! the relatives of Kcaweaheulu, of Kameeta
moku and Kamanawa, they wbo met tbe hardships,
tbe hanger, and the weariness of the ppcar and the
implements of war. Our blood flowed first and our
bodies were scarred in tbe creation of this Houso
(government) and the securing of the poses cow
enjoyed. We created this government.
Here is tub toick I Arise: akd liste.
At tbe present time, while the night watch and
the sacred mourning of affection ia being bil l over
the corpse of our House finder, our last Loil, the
final one of tbe Kamehamchas, -behold, the sacred
doorstep of Liloa is shaken, the eyrobolio cord of
Ah aula is broken, it is dragged down by the un
worthy, it is overthrown and lies face downward, its
tabus are trodden on ; its sleeping great one, who
sleeps the long sleep, bis tabus are broken.
Thus while we are mourning, comes a voice grat
ing on the ear, as of a bawling crowd ; disturbing
the thoughts of tho hearer, distracting the mind and
attention, and it pours out thus : .
" Ho tbe Hawaiian Nation I
" William C. Lunalilo, tbe son of KeVanluohl, tbe
daughter of Kamehamcha I.," &o. A vote to be
taken on the 1st day of January, 1873, for a king
for the rbrone of the Kamehamchas. '
Oh, Uli, (tbou god !) Regard not this I
It is not we who have sprang forward to mock and
to treat with contempt the corpse of our beloved
King, wbo now sleeps. It is thou wbo treat tbeo
with contempt, and we bid tbem farewell forever.
Let me direct you, my people ; do nothing that
will be oontrary to the law, or tbat will dislorb the
pence of our Kingdom. Do not go and vote, and do
not trammel the labors of your Representatives ; It
will be opposing their authority and powers oo tbe
8th of January, on which day the Legislature is to
meet and choose a successor to the Throne. Don't
be led by tbe foreigners they had no part in our
hardships in gaining tbe country. Don't be lad by
tbeir false teachings, as a bog with a string in his
nose is tod ignorantly along to the oven prepared to
Stand fast ! Stand firm ! Be men, and fearless !
Give not up your rights and privileges to others.
The Kamehamehaa are ended ; the land, the govern
ment, which we labored and strove to create has re
turned to us.
Bo patient and wait, my people, until after tbe
funeral of Kamehameha V., the one absorbing affair
before us, our last Lord. The land is full of bit
terness of grief ; tbe chiefs are all alike.
For this reason will I be silent and still, but my
mind is full of conflicting emotions, to sec tbe things
that are done in despite of our King. Before bis
beloved body is out of sight, behold, bow bis bones
are mocked. Beware, or tbe words cf tbe Gospel
may apply to us : Tbey parted my raiment among
them, and for my vesture they did cast lots."
I f ball not now speak of tbe senseless things that
are now being done, but as you bare earnestly
pressed me to present my views as to the condition
of affairs and for tbe good of tbe Hawaiian people ;
and because I have an ancient right to tbe Throne,
from the birth of Keaweikekabialii, over Maui of
Kama, Oahu of Koihewa, down to Kauai of Mano
kalanipo ; therefore,
1 ax k you to hear to me ; I am of the first-born,
you are of the second-born, of the same ancestors.
Tub Platiobm or my Government !
1. I shall obey tbe advice of our ancestor, of Ke
aweaheulu, my grandfather, which be gave to Ka
mehameha L, to be a rule for bis government :
" Tbe old men, the old women and tbe children,
shall lie in safety on the highways."
2. To preserve and to increase the people, so that
they shall multiply and fill the land with chiefs and
8. To repeal all the personal taxes, about which
the people complain.
4. To put native Ilawaiians into government
offices, so as to pay off the national debt.
5. The amending of the Constitution of 1864.
The desires of tbe people will bo obtained by a true
agreement between the people and tbe occupant of
Beware of the Constitution of 1852, and tbe false
teachings of tbe foreigners wbo are now grasping to
obtain the direction of the government if W. C. Ln-,
nalilo ascends the Throne. In this way the country
narrowly escaped in 1853, shortly after the paiaage
of the Constitution of 1852. It was when Kameha
mcha III. was sick, that be was urged to sign the
transfer of the country to America.
Don't listen to be del e h
Don't slight my words t
As we are now in a season of mourping, I am
therefore brief, not to tire you, aud that you way be
sure of the warning of tbe voice which now echoes
on all sides.
After my much lamented lord and father Is buried,
I shall again issue tny views, with bravery and with
out flinching, and without subserviency.
W-t the sound of voice be bushed,
Itet ye, oh jieople,
Tbe kapu I kept.
Wait until my voice is again raised, and ponder
well on what is here said. Ho ye women, my
family, turn ye your husbands, aud tell tbem not to
part with the rights of our ancestors. And tcjl
tbem to be ready when I call again ! - -
In the inspiring words of our ancestors, a call to
guard well our rights now threatened, then.
Arise, O people !
To the front ! Drink Ihe water of bittern esa !
Honolulu, Dec. 28tb, 1872. D. Kalaxaca.