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otv itx ts. Si. I la Linlrn m rlrl generally tLr?l:
swpearM t tnt little aUmatin. The noial r-Z. Ur.s
f rwar-1 of pla:.tti,a np !; ha been 'iul t!y C"tt:t n.
an.l there in it lull -I I..- ..i.f.,. J that I.a.. liUu live.
tu.Vrs at:.l has it l-it:.
Ws have t ri'rt the arrival .f .even vel from for
eign Tt. the valnf cf imp .rf by w l.i- L wc ti:y rtil'ju
atabvttt iV .(.';. rant Ivlnilu.i u;e irr.;-.'rfc.ti..n ef .in.
arul le irj j .f tl- " Kl--." fr.-in er:i;atiy. ti'-t yt t en
tered, which, f."i-th r. w :'.' j r r x'.ily ewell ir li::pi.rtn
third ;u"r.. Our n; rts ( r the w 1 f.urc tip t-j ti.e
1 rodure frru the lit. tit i;ti l n.i..iii forward q iit
freely a. fayt as hii j luj facilitii n ami the weather will
allow. By reau of a favorable a.n arid g.i manage
ment, en p generally are bun.laut throughout the
Island. ail pUuter. n.trthaut and all tomtrttJ trr
looking forward to a nperon year.
The ul l.jr the i. Trti!n. tit of li,f 4. 1 , ited i.n Ku
la' tuhna Ptaii?., at i f the city, reuit-l iu ii. tt.ux the
neat suiu uf 3 i,tsi.
Am bktne ikrace II. ,b, rt I. dl. hargin? at the UM c Ha
lms Ha wharf.
The nil-i..nary Lttn- M-rrun M:ir l.a d.'k'dat
Lrewrr'a wharf Ik ill t, ar-e h r nr j Urn an l tht rin'-t
fnm the vari-ru! utati'iit. ( llu ruiit :a .
Am tktnr li.. oviry. al at lirrwrr'i wharf. t. I'a.hty
f.ir haa t riici mctiiu tt !-t ay ilaxtu neat
A Ok bgtax Ila.-.irl la Uluw Ublaju'a wharf, Uia. Larrf-
Am hlp otaj ) .-riii i. tle U rth urar tUc htraiutr'a
Wharf, dm.. harUir ".
Am Lktnr Monitor, at the Iplaiia.l.- frnnt. h& r.,iu
Irtrt !i-liarv1nK her rarocf luiut.er, ami will rtturu
.-.l3r la ballast th S-.UnJ.
Au bk V C Miirrar. at ni'hf t,a In the harlx.r wtil.
faint.nrf blj. will haul lo t s b-rtU tlay luruiumrure
. a-Uutf for ."an t'ru-loo.
K. bliwu'a Brw r,a-.t-r. Kailk-aull. U an
t.tliprr ti !.Utira fr-.ia th jar-l ft Hall tin. tute
I aula t th. that hare rrrreln her. auJ l rtinx -u
her pa,ate d.itn a utilrr an.! r.ue a b-at. !! r
luilial i-.otli,n trt U t" I'unaluu. ha.i.
Haw bark Kale .!. k at K,bluj...u' wharf t ilia- har-t
her aorteil rar .
pout or ziouoZaUZaU, 11. i.
f cb f t 1m kto X'i'titor. Nelx.a. 15 day fn Uamboldl
' 1 5 " butn l.,rn.ug riar, liray, daya ti'Ma
ftn-m't ll n.
1 P M B H t try r, J"y.lnjr. tearborti. 17 day 10i hrs
tmta fy.in-y i Auraiarul
14 An h(jtii II J.tnl. Mili, 2 -tya fm Pxrt TdwmtivI
17 Am btn firacc KoMrta. Obiaco, 17 day from
17 Am ah Oujrn, IUr.lin. 7' iy fin Xwcalle, NiW
17 Ilchr K40ikca..uii, rahacl, 13 day 17 hoara
j ' ' frt5 P'irt TWnrn.l
3D Ha bk K-tle, ai.Virn, 131 daj frim llamhwg
u I i it ..
Feb 1 P 51 i m City of Sydney, Dearborn, fur 8 fraocUro
17 Am bktne fc.ll, Urnwo. fur Ban I'ranclaco
1 llaar bk Kalakans, Jtk. frr ran Fracuiaco
14 Am bk C'yaor, ItansiiD. tr ian I rancLaco
Vawl fr llwwlwlw fro t'rrlgai !'.
Am hlp On Butler, Miwcaalle. .Nj!V. diM Feb i-10
Brtt bk C itrt, LiTvrponl, aild Jury 30 La VaI(aruao
Brit bk Tokoces, Mew Ca.tle, ererdua
Iiua f mhr, Nw Caatlr, daa
Ger btm Htfhnlaa. fnath ?--a laiarula, doe
Am bk fJeylnn, Boaloa, du AprU
Am bk T rii ilon , rm York, to aail Jan 10
PMI1 Z-a-aiidij, aaa Franciaen, do Feb 23
Am achr W II Myer, ?a Fraiw:ieo. about due
Am ckr C Pprecklea. via llilo, ean Franciaco, dae Feb 1V20
Am batne F.mm Aajuata, purl Townaei !
Raialra aehr Vii.l, kanntng' lalaoii.ab-.al Feb 21
Am rnr Caaitl Howard fao FrMCiam. doe
Am bklna Cure ka, Kan Fraociaa, doe Feb 24
P M B Aaatralia, Sydney and Auckland, due March IS
"T V-SSKLJ IX I'OKT
I law btae Pani.wa, fi. sale
Am topaail cb Li'leta, Ilex trr
ilaw aeb J alia A Looir.
Am ach IJormra. 8err-
Am bktn liiHery, Smith
Am bk DO Murray, bichie
Am bktna Mooleor, Nelaoo
Am (bip Otafo. Ilartm
Am bg-.na lazarl, M titer ,
Am miaa brtne Morning Star, Bray
Am bktna Liiaaovry. timith
Am bktne Grace IUberU,OhUen
liaw bk Kale. Ahlborn
Tha PM8S City r.f Sydney aallml from Sydney Jan
THb. at 3 r V. with 0 axaenKera ami 7'JSt fna of cariro.
Expertencrtl freah Kaia fmm E to with hca.l m a the
entire iaace. an.l arriTril at An klan.l Feb al at 4.4.
r it. halle.t aatue day at ttJJO r M. Feb 5th. lat H,
ln 17'J.4'J W. paaaeil an Aiuerlran whali-r ateertnif aotith.
Feb r.tb. lat itj.iai H. Ion 175.27 V. at l.:W P Jf. exrban(el
nluhl atimaJn with atmr City of New York, bound aouth.
Experiem-' d freah wtnda fruni E to NE the entire panaaKe
fnm Arji klaml. ArTtved at ilunoloio F'ebruary li.tb, at
1.2 a x.
Frtn Tort Gamble, per Hazard, Feb 1C27J,4: ft lain,
ber, 3 pk toy.
From Unmboklt Bay, per Eureka. Feb 1 233,92 feet
Ituubtr. li4 bj aatnglea. 2 a k potatoen, 2 pavkagea.
From Sydney, per City of Sydney, Feb Ifi 30 pkga
ll'inora, JO coila rope. 25 aarka oata. loO aacka potatoea,
122 boiea aoap. 7(1 pktf miace Uaneoua nutae ; In transitu,
From San Franrlai-o. per Grae Roberta, Feb 17 !
talea hay, 3 pk hardware. 22 pkg9 tannera' pooda. 22
rktf Hnncrn, toiaacka grain. 2.0 empty bbla, K5 empty
hoioiheaila. 12H ta brick. 310 bill ahluglca, 1J45 poata, 3'J
pka fonutora. 13 boxea apecle.
From JTewcaatle. X S W, per Ota. Feb 17 MM totia
Fiona Pi rt Blakely, p. r Kaaikeaull, Feb IS ft
lumbrt TJJUO laths. 10 at ahlclea. .
From at icronanla, per Moral di btar.Feb 17 Lot cocoa
nnta. enrtoa, Ac.
From Hamburg, per Kale. Feb 2D 2U2 J ktra lifjuor".
1DO empty bbU. 2ii7 balra prints paper. 2J bbla tar. Iu0
boxea raokiea. 2)0 raaea vinegar, lot el Kara 37 pkmiprfmy.
lift bbla retnent. lot haniware. 5 pianoe-a. 2Tj cs ami
bdla Iron, 3-K) t steam coal. ftO t blarkamtttt coal. 2U m red
brick. 2iii boxes soap, let dry govla, gToverir. lnj bbls
For San Fran. l. o. per KalaAaSa. Feb 1(3 2173 baa
aunar. bum vaine 22.rfej.M3. ,
For San Franctro, per Ella. Feb 13 10 hide. 14 calf
sklna. -t balea R'at klna. " baa lire, 2'4) brmches Itan
ana. 4J bbla molaanea. 4'.r22 baj aujar. 2i pkita houae
holti afleeta. Foretipt value 2n3 ; doiu value J".7iji.s.
For San Fram-im-o, per City of Sydney. Feb 1' 242
X-lxn anrfar. bncha baaanaa. 1 box rots. 1'. 7 bam
collee, 2.i kega arrowriKit. t) bak'a aeel cane. btlla angar
cane. 13 bosr betel leaves. Iim value 44jr7l. lii.
For San Fraoi'la-o. per Cyane. Feb 1,1C4 ig sugar,
02O baira rtca. ltu value. t41 JII-
For San rranciaro, pr Ella. Feb 1 Dr Gll.lra and
family. Hanry I cater. Miaa Weed. A U Colvtlle.
From Sydney, per City f Sydney. Feb 16 H Staines.
T Met 'art by. U Ilamill. i Yonnrf. Theo Uoyd. Wrick
bam, W k Kusaeli. ami Vl paaaenura In tranaitu
f Forfait rranrt!. per City of Sydney. Feb lfl-Mr C A
' lew an.l family. urA axe. M ureen. u w uyman.
T M Tfinrnpe'O, t'ha J Eat a. Fanny Roaae. Julia Chan.
Ian Fan Ke. II J Ak'ncw. ktr H C Duwn sad wife, prof
A F Zaml.x-h. H Milam Marks. V lltlaro Orey. Mra Simp
son. 'A K. Myrra. II H William. Jubn nn. E T Pester
R Ywwnir aanl wife, Samnel f oater. I w wro.iel. An
drew li'-pburn. John 1' peteraon. l McKenzle, John .
Onrrk. Harry Ci bu.ler. W F' M. Clnre. M li Kraft, J O
Keiaer. J U Strauiut. J M Ikimrnii, Thoa Fox. and 10
From Fan Fran ico. per Grace Roberts, Feb 17 L
T"-' t..ber Jf.-'.'aue.
For San Frwneiscyv. per AaJa-i-. T- 10 Thiia La k
ami family. Kr! W'ubur. II W il-xka. J E.'-'amler.
Col Xorrt. John Thonipaon, Gerald Harry.
Front ITambnrtr. per Kate, Feb 20 J Ehlera. Uaui rmd
ster, liurhhoirt. ht 111 He.
EirrviTH. At Haiku. Maul. February 4th. Groki.c
F-Dwajld. only "n i t Oeori(e E and llirrn t U Beckwtth.
aed 10 years ami !i months.
naaats. M Kapaa. Kauai. February 5th, JoH.t llaaxia.
tgrti al-r'Ut U7 yeara. Itereajwd waa a native of Akin. p-
rait Milford. Month Walea. He leaves a wife, who ta
ivtng on Hawaii.
Wann. In Honnlnlu. February llth, cf paralysis, Mrs
Maiu W iD. aued H4 years. The bt loved mother of Mrs
t'harlra C Hart .D. The dereaaed waa a resilient of San
F'rani.atr". awl formerly of New York City, where ate re
aided 7t J ears. Tha nrarulfther of the ile, eaed was one
of the flrt founders of ew York city (then rauea jrw
Amaterlam. having cttl.-l there with the firt rol..ny of
Hollanders In the year l.uio. She waa a rooU Christian
and a lovinit mother. Her death will be lamented by a
lartrwclr.-le of loving frteiuls.l
24 Head of 3Xnles,
Per Discovery m San Francisco
II. HACKFELD A. CO.
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest !
HAVING PERFECTED OU R A R R A NG E
MiMS with one of the Bloat responsible houses in San
I rancisoa, - eflrr car services as Purchasing Agents to aU
, . 1
GOODS CHEAP !
Which will b of the B EST cbUmable. Our A gen I In San
Francisco will fill our orders for
ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING,
EAtakle, Drinkable, Wearable er r sable,
aad pore base from the Macuiactora
At the Lovest Wholesale Prices
Owing M th Hich Ptiew of Crwry thing Here, we offer the
greatest inducements lo aU. vis: A bmrims Msatf.
We Will Purchase Anything I
From a Paper of Needle to a Drove ol Mules.
For furt lir partirrulars, enquire of
fcH3n LA INE V CO.
t A. I.T or WCPKRIOR tll'ALITY
1. U1LL kALU.n Marrst. IorHkkvkf
KOLLKM si CO.
.v.i r i:uia y, feiw l a n v 21.
II. M. the Q'ipen I)wa2r Krmna, an J II. II.
II. Ke!ik"':ni, rcturn'.-I on Sund.iy inornin from
a circuit of the I-IarjJ ol Hawaii, in good L?alt!i.
Hi; HoOR the Chief Jatice, mtIi j narrowly cs
car ci a evcrc accident on Wcdnt-daj hj reason
of a runaway hore ciuinz in contact with Iii"
j carriage on Fort -trcct, i,. we are glad to know,
quite uninjured, and though .,mewl,at shaken uP !
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I'.ut it ncvi rtiitkfs rtmriins true that His lienor j
j r.ihahly owe- hi Ufa on this i-ccn-ion to hi in-
i mi. . ii.i'i'.. iii ut? uul li l u iv uriviii. ,
nate ticrve aiid jrertnee of luind in moment of
Tut: Chiiic-c fjnestion ajjestrs to have been i
n.rod hy everybody during tf; rcrcnt dirieussiins
and iiiim-terial czlariaiion. One of the lanks
of the 4 Uaker-Lilikalani " j tatfjnu. it will be
remembered wa, unlimited Chinese immigration.
Mr. Wilder, as -.okcM.iari f r the Ministry, i- in
favor of an unlimited introduction of Suutli Sea
j I;!anJere. This, it is unnecessary to remark
I here, h in rtrfect accord with the p-dicy ndvoca
J ted by the Aovekti-kk. We want to wee the
j Hawaiian race rtccrved ; but we very f lainly
tee that they cannot maintain the struggle for
existence in cotnictitivn witli ttie Mongolian.
There In no rentiment about the latter. lie j.lods
and looks cirefully after every farthing. The
Hawaiian on the contrary, is j.rodigal.
The Chinese question mui undoubtedly come
up in the next Legislature. We do not advocate
any such ultra and ridiculous irty cry as " the
Chinese must go ;'" but we do hold that we have
got enough of their race here at present, and
that the coming legislature fhoulJ make some
provision whereby there may be a check put to
the incoming tide of Mongolian immigrants. We
bear the remark, and it sounds plausibte " Oh,
the Chine .c will nop coming when the demand
for them as laborers shall have ccacd. Docs or
can anybody believe this? As we have had oc
casion to fay before iu thcte columns the Haw
aiian Islands are a Paradise to the Chinese, and
they will continue to flock to these shores. And
any true friend to the Hawaiian race nay,
any advocate of Christian civilization must de
precate this, and dctirc to sec an end put to it.
The emphatic utterances of the Ministers of
the Interior and Finance, which we publish in
this; day's iwue, on topics connected with the
policy of our government, and which policy is
therein declared, will be read with satisfaction
from Hawaii to Kauai. Our friends abroad will
also read with pleasure the assurances therein giv-
I cn that wc have men of the proper strength, in
I telligence and principle at the head of affairs.
There can be no question but that the present
Ministry, by its now published and authoritative
ly declared line of policy, must have the full con
fidence of the entire people. This, so far ns gen
eral and main interests arc concerned and those.'
are the vital ones. (Minor details arc not now
in discussion.) Vo repeat, that public confi
dence in the stability of the government will be
thoroughly conSrmed by a careful reading of w hat
wc present to day from Cabinet Minir-tcrs. The
material interests of the country demanded these
utterances, and would have been satisfied with
nothing less. Capital and industry can now feel
assured that agrarianism and political misrule nrc
to find no foothold in Hawaii nci, notwithstand
ing the insane utterances of ignorant native parti
zans, during the late election excitement.
We do not, under the circumstances, anticipate
that any serious difficulty will be found in manag
ing the coming session of the Legislature. Wc say
managing'" advisedly. The two or three for-
I tigners among the Representatives will hardly
i have any measures to propose which arc not al-
ready anticipated and in preparation by the Min-
istry. The usual amount ol absurd specch-uiak-i
ing will be indulged in by the native members,
but fortunately they are mostly new men, with
crude ideas, and the managing " proces is eas
ier carried out in such cases. There are one or
two native members of talent, but of the rest it
may be said with truth that there is little or no
choice. We think the general public and the
nation at large can safely trust them in the hands
of the Ministry.
As to the euggestion thrown out by our con
temporary the Gazelle of this week, that there is
danger of a change of Ministry during the session
we see no reason whatever for entertaining the
idea. The present Ministry are emphatically a
strong Cabinet in every respect. They are united
on all material points; they are in entire accord
with His Majesty on matters of public policy ;
they are men of liberal views enterprising and
energetic ; they have the confidence of the coun
try. Wc can hardly anticipate a change of Min
istry under these circumstances, and should re
gret to have to contemplate such n misfortune.
Ix 01 R last issue we gave a brief synopsis of theJ.l0W ci, wLich ,3 entitled to four members.
remarks made by the Minister of the Interim ttt
the banquet on the 12th inst. The viejrfcx press
ed however were given wi characteristic
frankness and vim, arwi x.e important to the en
tire community, aa indicating the policy of the
govcrnmja:.. 'We therefore repduce Mr. Wild
er a speech in full, and this is an authorized ver
Thanking you, gellllenieii. for the expressed
wib tbat I may be able to gel upon my feel. I do
so, with the with to sty a few words which J hope
will be satisfactory to you and myself. 1 have the
honor to be, a member of the Kind's Cabinet, one
of His Majesty's adviM-ts. one of the four responsi
ble for the wise or unwise ni Miaffemenl of tliis pov
ernment. as the ca-e may be. We have only a few
days since passed through our election for Repre
sentatives of the people to the next Legislature.
Many foolish documents were printed; ruiny bit
ter and unwise words were spoken. As a .Minister
and as one of the government. I disclaim any act
on our part as a government, seeking the election
of any candidate. I disclaim any responsibility or
the advocating measures published in any election
eering document. The government bad no ticket.
Two months previous to the election, by the com
mand of His Majesty, I made an effort to obtain
the consent of two foreigners to run for this dis
trict. I did my best to work up on the part of the
foreign population a concerted united action. I
failed. And nothing was done until too late, and
then the vote was not united. I claim that His
Majesty and bis government desired that the for
eign element should be repiesented, but want of
timely action and public spirit on the part of the
foreign voters made it a failure. Not one half of
the foreigners having the right to vote felt interest
ed enough to go to the polls. The election has
pasted, the people have chosen their representa
tives, and the mioistiy are ready at the proper
time to give an account of their stewardship.
" Never since Hawaii was a nation recognized
among the family of nations, have her prospects for
the future been so bright. A great future is the
right of - Hawaii, if by wise and true government
she accepts it- We stand as a nation financially
better than perhaps any nation on the globe. Our
receipts have been, the past two years, more than
our expenditures, and every dollar tbat we owe,
every bond held against uj, due or not due. can
be paid on demand. We want no foreign loan.
We want no excessive appropriation for military.
We want only such money as legitimate, just taxa
tion will bring us. and the present Ministry will so
advise His Majesty, and will so vote. The coming
session of the Legislature should be a short one.
There are but few amendments to laws required ;
but few new laws needed. I am in favor of so
amending the election laws tbat the producing
the tax receipt shall not be required. A register
of all legal voters mode by the Tax Collector is all
tbat is necessary to protect the ballot box. 1 am
in favor of the tax laws being so amended that no
doubt can exist as to who pays on mortgages. I
would make the law so clear that an appeal claim
ing that double taxation had been imposed would
never occur. I am in favor of large appropriations
for roads, bridges, landings and buoys. 1 am in
favor of appropriations for sanitnry treatment, suf
ficient to carry out fully the most advisable course.
In this f would include the piping or the water
from the valleys so high up that we would get it
a f t ? u n.i'.nre has made it. I am ia favor of an
uit. fit 1 iti'.u !.:.fTiLietit to J ti'i the S..uih S. a Is
UrnJ Ir!i:uir iti.in to the TnjJtmvtii. I itn in favor
.f th.- it vVr'iiiiTit a.-.-i.-tin thtr opening up of
Htw.iii by railroads. Iain in favor of a sectional
i ick or patent slip for tbi rort ; that vrelj in
ili-trt-.-.- ni y (jMickly and wita economy be repair
ed . TL ' -liilemen. are eome cf the views I
I, .Id.a'id which Iphall adTise Ilia Majesty as being
for the pnod r.t ttis Kir;gdoni. I believe my coUea
gnek are in s-inpatby with me."
The rronaI utterances of Cabinet Ministers
under a Constitutional monarchy, when delibcr-
atdJ in jublicare listened to with deep at
lcr,u jn" 1,,e 1X1118 cau UJ " wruuS uio Mlul
ters are rtct'oiisible' that 19 the maxim that is
well understood, and which must commend itself
t every careful thinker. So, therefore, when on
a recent occasion the evening of the 3d inst. at
a large public meeting at the native church of
Kaumaknpili His Excellency S. K. Kaai, Minis
ter of Finance, made an address explaining his
views of government policy, we have secured
a translation of the same, which we here append.
Mr. Kaai, who is a born orator of the ancient
Hawaiian type, spoke as follows:
My fri-nds and fellow countrymen ! We have
gathered here- to-night to consider the policy of ihe
coiuiug legislature, and to hear the views ot candi
dates. Uul before taking up that subject 1 ask
j-our indulgence for a moment to mention a matter
which is quite noted in every part of the city, be
inir, a manifesto or printed sheet which bus been
uii ciliated by one of the gentlemen whose names
are before- you as candidates. Therein he publicly
declares that Hawaii nei needs to borrow ten mil
lions ot dollars! Let me ask, in all seriousness,
how shall we even dream of assuming such a bur
den of debt ? For myself, I declare that, us one of
the people, any such project plainly involves the
ilraggiug of the nation down into ruin and de
struction. So far our government has borrowed
lini little, comparatively, but even that small debt
is not yet cancelled. We have borrowed for oeces
Miry purposes water works and other improve
ments all legitimate objects ; shall we propose to
borrow blindly for no sensible object whatever ?
Never! It wo'uld simply be committing political
suicide. The true policy of our statesmanship
should be, to so manage that our receipts shall al
ways exceed our expenditures. The author of the
publication to which I have alluded says we want
to build Hospitals on each of the islands, but be
nivea im no estimate as to what will be the proba
Ide cost of such institutions. But the climax of
absurdity is reached in the proposition that we
shall build forts and purchase warships! We
have? no men to control and occupy or use such
aiTairs, let alone the means of paying for them.
And as we read this extraordinary manifesto it
would seem that it is proposed to buy big guns
enough to cost Ore millions at once, before we have
any lrts or ships ! Then we were told as to the
I cutton of the proposed forls one each on Dia
mond and Coco Heads, nowhere else. By this
Means it is probably intended to protect Honolulu
harbor ; but bow about Waianac and Waialua, left
undefended, und where an enemy could easily land
and give us a Ore in the rear? And moreover, let
iik usk. is this Island of Oabu only to be thought
ol t How about Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, Lanai and
Kauai are we going to cede them away? So it
would seem from the proposition that our forts are
intended for the defense of Oahu only, while those
other islands will be quite exposed to the attacks
ol the enemy. Thus it seems that the dwellers on
this island are the only ones we are to have any
solicitude about or care for. But all this talk
about guns and fortifications is the merest drivel
The last past year has been one of unprecedent
ed prosperity in the history of our government,
from the lime of its first establishment. Ihe coming
legislative session will perhaps see the entire na
tional indebtedness paid oJTJ I tell you plainly
that is quite capable of accomplishment, startling
as the proposition may sound to you. Now is it not
the wisest thing for us to do at this juncture in our
affairs, wipe out our old debt while we are in
funds. At all events, don't let us be in baste to
get rich. If we have $'400,000 in the Treasury the
present year, next year's balance will probably be
$(i0tt.000. so that at the next biennial fiscal period
we may be able to show $1,000,000, and that too
" I stand before you to-night, fellow-citizens, in
my character as one of the people, not in that of a
Crown Minister. The latter I may lose at any
time possibly to-morrow but my right as one
of the people to freely express my opinion on all
matters connected with the good of the nation at
large cannot be taken from ine by any power on
- What is the state of things that we have to
meet to day ? Never an election by the people
pa.-ses but the influence of government authority
is in some way interposed. Why this is so, 1 can
not here explain ; that it is bo is a cause for asloti
inhment to me. and must be to every true lover of
bis country. While the government is being con
ducted saiely and justly, with honesty endeavoring
to ndvance the public interests, what more does
rank and position crave for, that it must openly
step down and undertake to meddle in matters
that do not belong to it ! While our Sovereign is
invested with the Executive power ; is represented
in the Assembly by his Ministers ; has the creation
of the Nobles ; why, to my apprehension it
would seem tbat two-tbirds of the loaf of bread
were already in the possession of the powers tbat
be. leaving the one-third to us, the people. And
yet, by the look of things, authority is not sated
with its possessions, but is stretching out its
bands for the small portion remaining to us.
In common with opinions tbat have been
generally expressed, I am of the view that some
amendments should be made in our taxation laws,
in order to render them more equal on the rich
and the poor. At preseut. in some respects the
very poor man pays just as high a tax as the com
paratively rich mau. As for instance, if I own two
vehicles and ten or mire horses, 1 pay no more
road tax than the man who owns neither wi.
nor horse and plods along on foot. I don't think
that the reduction of some of our ta.te? syillu im
poverish the government, any mot an 1 tliink
that the borrowing of ten nyng woii really
'In view of these -TJolderations which I have
stated. I am ve.r desirous that we should elect
some persons- maintaining sound views on these
important,' subjects. I think, also, that it is impel-
&U1 feat nil tn f 1 ftriKil f uA frtPAAi fm lira l lunrauunl
Atti.lt. friim nnv ,.thfr rinanna it will li. nolo in
tice to those who have large routerial and personal
interests in Hawaii nei. lhey are entitled to claim
a voice in the making of the laws under which they
live. Two and two for this city will be only a
fxir divi.sinn. VflW. if tfit ticket which f4 rninmnriL
ly spoken of as ; the Crown ticket'' shall be elect
eil with their ricliciiloua and visiomirv nlatlorm"
as set forth by that side, we may expect some
queerly one sided attempts at legislation, ignoring
or attempting to injure, the important foreign ele
ment in our population. The combined wisdom
represented on that ticket, in my estimation, falls
considerably below the requisite standard lor leg
islators. I don't see in them the stuff from which
to make debaters. Consequently I tell you frank
ly that I oppose their election, and I hereby advise
you all to vote against the so-called " Crow
In regard to the young chief Kunuiakea. I
have learned tbat be is very anxious to get into the
Legislature, and tbat be is popular. The only rea
son I can think for his preference by the voters is,
that ancient inborn feeling of reverence that exists
among us Haaiians for the blood of the old chieXjj
There is certainly no other. Seriously thinking
over any possible claim to ntuess lor the position
of a legislator to be found in him. I am compelled
to drop him as quite empty and actually void. Dut
there are a number of reasons which have been
staU'd ia my hearing why his election would be
really objectionable ; if any one here present will
speak for him, and controvert what I am about to
say I would ask them to do so. What has he ever
done for himself to begin with? Or for anybody
else, that should entitle him to ask us to make
him a Representative of the people ! There is
there can be no reply. At this very time he is
living under the control of a guardian, and why?
Would that be the case if be weieable to take care
of himself or his interests? AVe all know tbat he
ean't ; and is that the person we are going to send
to look after the interests of the nation ? Love fur
the chief is one thing the work of a legislator is
another. The former is important and praise
worthy, something tbat we should always cherish
and be jealous of; but as one of the people one of
you I tirmly set my face against this idea of tradi
tional love for the chiefs lending us into such ab
surdity in the choice of our Representatives.
Ijet me again impress upon you the importance
of choosing two foreigners for Honolulu. There
are several candidates. S. 15. Dole is a Hawaiian
born foreigner, a lawyer bred, and has judicial
matters rigbt at bis fingers ends. J. O. Carter,
noted in former legislatures as a zealous worker
for the good and the prosperity of this country,
and a man whose reputation is unassailable in
everything he undertakes. W. L. Green, of con
ceded wisdom and ability, a minister who did good
work for us in 1S7C. II. L. Sheldon, an old resi
dent of the country, identified with us by Hawaii
an born children and grandchildren of aboriginal
blood. He is a man of education, well acquainted
in legal matters, speaks and writes the native lan
guage thoroughly. Among the native candidates I
will mention J. Keau he was a member last term
I know of no particular objection to him. He ia
at all events a true man and an earnest Hawaiian.
A new nnme is that of I'ahia, in whose favor I
would like to say a word, to the effect that I think
him a very fit person for the position. However.
I am not now electioneering, fellow countrymen.
I am dne. Tomorrow let us do our duty at the
The Ilon.W. M. Gibson's reelection at Lahai
na for a second term, and by so large a vote being
no less than a majority of more than three-fourths
of the vote cast in that district is very conclusive
evidence of his popularity among the Hawaiian
people. His course during the last session, in
our opiniin, and we believe in tbat of the com
munity at large, fully justifies this evidence of the
popularity and confidence of the people. He has
been noted for advocating and maintaining the
interests of the poor rather than those of the rich,
and he is particularly connected with legislation
on sanitary subjects.
The Arrival of the Morning Star.
The missionary packet JforniNj Star arrived last
Sunday afternoon from her ninth voyage to the
Micronesian Islands, having been eight months on
the cruise. The following is Capl. Bray's report :
bailed from Honolulu. June llth. 1-7'J. First proceed
ed to the Gilbert I.-lanUa. and arrived June '-' Lh. Took
the missionaries and teacliera from Tapiteuea, Apemama,
Maiana. Tarawa, Apaiaiig and ilaratei to liutaritan,
where they remained eight days, and then returned to
their rts-pective inlands.
bailed 1 rom the Gilbert for the Marshall Group August
tth, and arrived at Ebuu. tht first of the group, Aug. 7th.
Visited Namcrik. Mille, Ariio, Mejuro and Maloeap ouce,
and Jaluij aud Ebon twice, bailed from Ebon for Kusae
Sept. 2.-th, and arrived Oct. 4th.
Remained at Kuoae twenty-eight daya. and sailed for
the Caroline Islands Nov. lt. Nov. ad Rton.ed at Ping
tlap, Nov. 4th Molul, and Nov. Oth arrived at l'onape.
Remained ten daya at Foftape, and sailed for M or t lock
Islands. Nov. 1-Jth, Jt.th. aud 21st at Lukunor. From
Nov. 2-d to lec. 1st at Sotoau and Etal; Dec. 1st at Nania
louk ; lire. 2d, 3d, and 4th at Lasap aud Nama Islands.
Vi c. 5th entered liuk Lagoon for the nrt time, and an
chored near l iuan Island. Found three goixl passages
iu the taiit side of this reef, that do not eiu to have
been reported before. Found a large race of people in
tLi.4 lagoon, who seem to be mild and pleasant, and who
received us very pleasantly. Established a mission sta
tion on the Island of I'man, and sailed on the re-turn trip
Iec. sth. one hundred and seveuty-ninc days after leaving
Arrived at I'onaiK- the second time Dee-- l;th, and sailed
auaiu liec. 27th. Stopped at Mokil Doe. 30th. and at
Piugelap Dec. ;tlst; arrived at Ku.-ae Jau. Uth, lxpu, and
aiule-d for Honolulu the same day.
Held a general meeting of the Gilbert Island missiona
ries. Took Kev. Messrs. Pease aud Doane to visit aud
superintend the mission work on the islands occupied by
missionaries and teachers in the Marshall grout. Re
moved the head statiou of this group from Ebou to Ku
saio, and established a training school at the latter place.
Removed Itev. K. W. Logan and family from Ponape to
Mortlocks to stndy and translate the Mortlock language.
Took Rev. Messrs. Sturgls and Doane to visit and sup
erintend the mission work upon Tinge-lap, aud all the isl
ands wet occupied by missionaries and teachers, and es
tablished a training school at Pouape for the benefit of
those islands. Left Rev. E. T. Doane to take up his work
again at Ponape, and brought Rev. A. A. bturgis and Kev.
D. Kanoho and family to Honolulu.
Sighted thirty-four different islands during the voyage,
and stopped at twenty-six of them once and thirteen of
them twice, making thirty-nine stopping places during
the voyage. Entered nine-teen lagoons and dropped an
chor fifty-eight times. Have been at anchor one hundred
aud twenty-four daya and sixteen hours of the voyage,
and boated'eighteeu hundred and thirteen miles. Spent
one hundred and thirty-six hours standing off-aud-ou at
different islands. Have had one hundred and fourteen
hours calm at sea, and seven hundred and sixty-nine
miles adverse current. Transferred two hundred and
fifty-one passengers from one island to another.
Dec. 2sth, lat H 'J long. 13H2:il', had a partial eclipse
of the moon; Jan. 12th, lat. 11 "31 long. 1(50 43 had a
nearly total eclipse of the sun. Have sailed thirteen
thousand one hundred and ninety-three miles. From lat.
30 Nto2C N we had NE winds and high seas; from
thence to port had light southe-rly airs.
A MEETING OF THE SUBSCRIBERS TO
x the Musical Hall Association will be held at the Office of
the Minister of the Interior, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING.
February 25th, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of receiving the
Charter and perfecting the organization.
m a full attendance i requkstkp. it
FOR SALE !
1A IRS OF STEERS, 3 AND 1 YEARS OLD
From Tame Milking Stock, by
fe21 tf eow J. H. WOOD.
A MAN WIIOUNDERSTAXDS DRIVING
1m. Oxen and Plowing, by (fe-21 tp J. H. WOOD.
WET SALT HIDES. FOR WHICH THE
Highest Caah Price will be paid.
HUGH MACK AT,
fe-21 tf Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I W ILL
not be responsible for any debts contracted in my name
without my written order. fe21 lm) D. TOOMEY.
STABLISHED 1833. CHOICEST WINKS,
A LKs! r LIQUORS in the Market, AT CASH PRICES.
re21 ly 'SO
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY' WARNED
not to trust my wife, MARIE, on my account, as I will
not I responsible for any debts contracted in my name.
fe-21 lm JOHN SIIA'A
American Relief Fund.
of the subscribers to th American Relief Fnnd will
he-Id at Ihe Rooms of " Mechanic ' Engine Company No. 2, en
MONDAY, the 23d of February, at li o'clock p. m.
FOR SALE !
fMIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
All that Trart of Land Situated In Kallhl Valley,
Oahu. containing an area of 33 1-10 acres, being a portion of
premises described in Royal Patent No. 604, iaued to Alexan
der Adams. The above Is a valuable Tract of Land, contain
ing some Knlo Land, and extends from the pali on the east
aide of the Valley to the stream. Apply to the office of Castle
A: Hatch. (fe21 lm) JOS. S. CANARD.
Princ of Tailors!
Good Workmanship !
-KKTM. JOHNSON. MERCHANT TAILOR,
TV has removed from those premises on Kaahumanu t..
wIktc he had for so many yeara received substantial proof of
the patronage and approved of by his fellow citizens, to a more
convenient and central position,
At 65 Fort Jti-o3t,
I BELOW Dr STANGENWALD
He has determined, in accordance with the Spirit of tho
Tunes, to meet a continuance of past favors, whilst he hopes
to gain many rre-ah supimrters in his i L slOKfc.
ty As inducements, be oilers to his patrons, an entirely
Reliable and First Class Goods !
Purchased in Ihe Best Markets, and selcctivl fr m years of
past expirience as the most suitable in Texture and style for
llietlimate oiUbK IM.A.VIi MOM:.
HE KOES NOT PROFKSS TO UE THE
ULTAN OF SNIPS
IT Or the Kinc of Cullers, but he guarantees a OOOD FIT
an.J a well made Oarineot, ol tiood Material at a Reasonable
lie is not yet assured cf GENERAL GRANT'S
PATRO X AG E. but hopes, by strict attention, reasona
ble and good work, to live and thrive, as heretofore, in Honolulu,
fe21 31 WM. JOHNSON.
For Sale, The CARGO !
Of the Hawaiian Bark KALE, I.. Ahlborn, Master, just
arrived from Hamburg, 133 days.
An Assortm't of Dry Goods & Fancy Goods
Burlaps, Woolpack, Sailtwine, Sujrar and Coal Bags,
Wrapping and Printing Paper, Leather Belling, ire ,
Galvanized Corrugated Iron. Bar Iron, Yellow Metal,
A NCHORS. tested; Saucepans. Teakettles,
Buckets. Ac ; Cement. Coal Tar, Barrels.
LIU UO RS Brandy. Hum, Alcohol,
St. I'ati.'s Ale, Bitter Beer,
GROCERIES, n roiaslele nssorlmrslf
Demijohns, Ac. Also, Blacksmith's Coal, Steam Coal,
Bricks, Clay, Slates, Sc., Ac.
fc2! 21 H. HACKFELD & CO.' i
CHARCOAL FOB SAtE ! '
MADE AT II A LA W A. FROM
aUAVA WOOD !
"WJOL eft? Z?0-?S,
1 MERCHANT STREET. ,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
EX ELLA. A CHOICE LOT OF
CHEVALIER BREWING.BARLEY !
Which we will sell as cheap as the poor kind
aold elsewhere. Also,
A SMALL LOT OF ALFALFA HAY
Mixed Feed. Cracked Barley, Oats. Bran,
W heat, Corn and Potatoes,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Orders solicited for
Ihe purchase of A N V I H 1 N(i AND P.VER YTI1I NO.
Also, rr sale, a NEW MONITOR HORSE PO W
ER. auitable for Onuding Cane, e;tc. LAINE CO.
.MIDDLE f;El WHITE WOMAN TO
.m. lookout for children. nJ d. light houerork ia a re
pectable family, where ahe wll. fld a z xvl hne Enquire at
W hitny 4r Robertson', or aJdresi P. O. Box 63. f-7 4t
$100 EEWAED !
rM!E ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID
for information that will lead tr the conviction cf the
persoo or persona who. on the nigMs rf December 6th and 7th,
1S79. abstracted from the Metropolitan Market oa King t.,
the Butchei's order Book beicrgine to Uie undersigned.
7 MEETING NOTICE.
COURT LINDSAY f.f.OO. A. O. F.. will hold
ita regular meetinr at Knifh :s ol Prthiaa Hall. Hotel tt ,
ON TCESKAY EVENING. Feb. iith, at 7:30 o'ek-ck. A full
and prompt aucndance is desired, as important haziness ia to
be transacted. (feU 2t) S. McKKAGf E, Sec y.
4 FTER THIS DATE I WILL NOT BE
I: m. responsible for any Goods purchased for my Schooners
without my wr.tten order. Also. I will not be responsible fur
Freight delivered to same unless Receipted fur at my offl -e
Honolulu, Feb. H. IshQ. (feU lm) CUAS. LONG.
DCRING M V ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom my nephew, Mr. John Lecker, will have full
charge of and attend to all business for me
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1SS0. (fel 3t) THOMAS LACK.
LI, PERSONS ARE II ERE MY PRO II IB-
1 ITED from trespassing on the laud of Pia. at Kihuioi.
And all animals found on said premises will
(telilt) CIKTI3 P. IAL KKA.
T II E FIRST M EET1NG OF THE K 1 1. A IE A
SUGAR CO. waa held in Honolulu on the 3d of February.
130, when the following officers were elected fur the ensuii f
President Edward P. Adams,
Vice President Robert A. Macfie, Jr.,
Secretary ,...Sanford B. Dole,
Treasurer J. 0. Olaiie,
Auditor . I.. Green.
The Charier of Incorporation granted to the said Company
by the Minister of the Interior, was formally accepted; which
Charter provides that ' no Stockholder shall individually be
liable for the debts of the Corporation beyond the amount
which may be due upon the Share or Shares of Stock owned by
himself." (fe7 4t) S. B. DOLE, Sccy;
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
of materials in our line, we, the undersigned, have been
"compelled to raise the price for horseshoeing. On and after
the 1st day of Feb., 1880, our prices will be as follows:
' Hand-made Shoes $3 00
Heel and Toe Shoes 3.00
Machine Made (Shoes 2 50
S. M. WHITMAN,
CHAS B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan 2Sth, 1SS0.
milE LAW OFFICES OF THE CNDER-
M. aigned will be closed EVERY SATURDAY at 1 P. M.
on and after Saturday, the 7th of February, I8S0.
CASTLE 4- HATCH,
8. B. DOLE,
RICH'D P. BICKERTON.
W. C. JONES,
jaSl 3m JAMES M. MON3ARRAT.
ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
me, of whatsomever kind, must present them within 30
days from January 30, 1S80. (fe7 lm) HENRY COOPER.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ntsy
DEBTS contracted in my name without my written order.
fe7 3t J. C. WOOD.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HADEX-
M. perience in materials of ladies and children's wear, and
knowing the difficulty, at limes, for ladies living in the coun
try to obtain the desired articles, offers her services for shop
ping; and is ready to fulfill any distinctly explained orders
that may be emruated to her.
ja24 2m MRS. C. F. WOLFE.
ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE I WILL
pay no bills without my written order.
Honolulu, Jan. 28, 1880. ja31 4t C1IA8. TITCOMB.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MADAM MARIE
LOUISE will continue the Urrss Mnklag Buaiuean
at her rooms 00 Hotel Street, corner of Alakea, at the resi
dence 01 Mr. George Siders, where she will be most happy to
meet Ihe Ladies of Honolulu who desire her services in the
Dress Making Business. J24 tf
LOST OR STOLEN !
V NEW HAWAIIAN FLAG, BELONGING
to the Schooner JULIA A. LONG. Any person having
found the same, or who can give information leading to its re
covery, will be suitably rewarded by
fe-7 lm CHAS. LONG, 8 Merchant St.
MANIOC STARCH-PIA !
IN IO AND SO LB. BAGS, FROM THE
Plantation of W. ML'LLEK. Maluinalu, Kauai, and for sale
by (fe7 3t) II. HACKFELD CO., Agents.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
A HOUSE LOT ON NUUANU STREET
next above premises of the late G. C. McLean, the ren
tal of which is worth Forty Dollars per month.
For particulars apply co K. G. WALLER,
Or S. C. A I LEN,
fc7 lm Of Allen A Robinson.
EXPECTED PER ZEALANDIA !
A FEW CO PI ES OF JUDGE C A TON'S MIS
CELLANIES, and first supply of Rev. Mr. CHA
NEY'S ALOHA, to be followed by another stock early. Also,
Archery Goods and Novelties.
ft-14 tf AXTHOS. G. THRUM'S Fort St. Store.
IRON TANKS !
X HIGHFLYER. NEARLY" NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR SALB BY
HOTJSJjSfD lot FOR SALE
'C? ITU AT ED IN WAIEIIU. MAUI. NEAR
3 the premiaea of Judge VVidemann. The Lot contains one
acre, with a good dwelling and all other necessary out-nouses
Title good. Inquire of
ja24 3m T. II. PARIS, Wailuku, Maui
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
ANl'FACTURED FROM THE BEST
'tL and purest materials, perbclly harmless and healthy
a refreshing and caoling drink, esiiecially in cases of fever; at
No. 1J. Liliha street, Honolulu. Orders may he sent, U. O. V
through Post Office lit x igo.
Honolulu, January 17, 1880. jal7-ly-3m'
JII. II . NLON WOULD MOST RES-
pectfully inform the public tint he has taken the Black
smith shop of the late Dan. Houghtailing, on the Bay Horse
promises, on Hotel street, where be will give bis usual satis
faction in HORSE-SHOEING, and attendai.ee on SICK
HOUSES. ja3 3m
riIE BRICK-STORE AND PREMISES
M. on Queen street, belonging lo !r R W. Wood, at pre-
Ant Mmtniol III. .1.. 11.1,1 111. .,1 Cr.. forma .....Iu .
se 27-U U. HACKFELD k Co.
COTTAGES TO LET,
milE UNDERSIGNED BEINf. A BOLT TO
M. erect a nutnber of Cottages, with garden land attached
a short distance from town in'Nuuanu Vall.y, corner of
School street, opposite Mr. Henry W atcrlioue, also, on School
street, as far as opposite Kev. K. Ui-hop's.
The rentals will be about Twenty-five Dollars per month.
Tenants will have the right cf purchase by payment in install
ments for three or live years, with a deposite or Twenty-live
per cent . should any be sold.
Those requiring homes can secure the same by an early ap
plication to the undersigned, and ll not loo late, can have
buildings lo suit the intending occupants.
ja3tf JOHN T1IOS. W TERHOUSK
mVANGO GROVE. IN K A N EOH E, O A HU.
AXM. containing Five or Six Acres, well fenced. Two Cot
tages, Out Buildings, Shade and Fruit Trees, 4rC For particu
lars, enquire of (Ie7 4t) S V. POGLK.
FOR SALE. '
raMIOSE PREMISES SITUATE IN HILO,
1 opposite the Court House, suitable for a first-class Hotel.
All in good order and repair. Apply to
J. H. CON KY, Honolulu,
fe8 79 orC. RICHARDSON. Hilo.
'MIE TWOSTORV RESIDENCE. SITUATE
M on School snd Emma Streets, Honolulu. Is in excellent
order and repair, with good and sufficient pasturage for two
or three horses. Half the purchase money may remain on
mortgage for two or three years, at 8 per cent- per annum
enquire of (J8 tf) THOS. BROWN, Registrar's Olllce.
LAND FOR SALE
ff MIE UNDERSIGNED. AS ATTORNEY' IN
1 fact for Wm. Hillebrand, M. D.. r ffers for sale, on liberal
terms, tracts of land in Kemoo, Kamananui, said to contain
70S4 acres in all; and a No a tract in Wahiawa, said to contain
14t8 acres, all situate in the District of Waialua, Island of
Oahu The lands in Kem.o were formerly leased to John
Silvia and Owen J. Holt. (i!20 tf) CHAS R. BISHOP.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
1GOOD WIND-MILL, 1 BRASS PUMP, 2
Iron Tanks, capable of hoMing 500 gallons each; 1 Solid
Frame, for above tanks; also, ripe Work, Connections, etc.,
complete. This Mill can he aeen in working order by apply
ing to (n29 tf) H. J- AGNEW.
71RANK GKRTZ. BOOT A N D SHOEMAKER,
I h-ia riiuinvpil hi. lui.tTi.-s- from Hotel Street tn the Store
on Merchant Street, formerly occupied by D. W. Clark. oc4
NURSE AND MIDWIFE.
MRS.. WARD. ON SCHOOL STREET,
between Fort and Nuuanu Sts , hereby notifies the
citizens of Honolulu, thai she ia prepared to act as ' L'RSE
In cases of SICKNESS, havirg had many years experi
ence in the Hospitals at Stockton and Virginia City. And ia
also a practical I I D I K, prepared to attend patients
In case of need.
Any appllCHtione for her services either at her home or
through the Post Office will be promptly attended lo.
d27 3m 31 us. v, a itu, pcnooi rtreei.
CALIFORNIA RIVER SALMON.
1 and Half Barrels. For Sale hy
BOLLE3 & CO.
riMIIS I'll, ( Al.lt tllllt UA13,
ft Bran, Whole and Ground Barley. For Sale by
Jan24. 80 oui.ur.3 t jer.
i8o ess XB-auir HSiiu io
FROM tONOON, PURCHASED AND MADE TO OROER
FOR J. T. WATBRKOUSB,
AND FOR SALE BY MY SONS, J. T. & H. WATERHOUSE,
At My Stores, Consisting of
A VERY MM; ASSOimiT OF STAPLE GOODS
Secured in the months of June and July, during an unprecedented deprcwion of business
England, and purchased at the VERY LOVVEST POINT, since which duplicate of some of tficm
have advanced from 25 to 50 rer cent. Thoee (Joods nrc not purchased to keep in Stock to look ai.
but to go into consumption n early as they can be fold, bo that " BONA HDL purchaser- wm
have a good opportunity to purchase advantageously.
The Cream is always on the top of the Milk, when not heavily wntercd, which we do not pro
fess to do. My Motto in Business, for upwards of 46 yenrs. having commenced on my own account
in America in 1S33, A Nimble Nine Pence Before a Slow Shilling." All my sons Kuccecd me in
this respect. The Carto Consists of
DRY GOODS. HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
Wall a Ureal Variety or Other (loods, but have kept out of skatea nnd copper-warming pana.
so that an experience of upwards of 28 years us a Merchant here, is suggestive that ut selection
ought to bo good; and I flatter myself I have done it better this time than licfiNre, nmking the best
of my experience. Amongst the numeration of floods etui be found,
IRIjVTTS, LUSTRES, CLOTIIIlSr&
With Hood Monkey Jackets, Ladies' and Men's Socks, Stockings. Undershirts, Drawers, Umbrellas,
A GREAT VARIETY OF NEW DRESS MATERIAL !
Ulankeld, Plantation Hats, superior Saddlery and Rugs,
Superior Bits, Sugar and Rice Bags, Burlaps,
Paris and Commandery Shawls, very various, Hessians,
l-arge Sacks for Coal, Wheat Bags, Seaming Twine,
XViiits, Muslins, Clothing, Monkey JueketH,
A GREAT VARIETY OF DRESS G ODS
Woolen and every other kind of Shirts, including some specially imported for Ship Carpenters, as they have heavy strain on
their Shirts, a great variety of Quilts. Stationery,
Kometltlnp; HA.lfcI TO I3Ar, yon iniidt fltil It out.
Blue, Red antt While Flannels, Jim Cracks, &;e., Ac, Ac.
Sheet Lead, Corrugated Iron, 21 gauge, also, plain Corrugated Imn, genuine Portland Cement, Ihs genuine rUoworldge fire
Bricks No 1 quality, Hoop Iron, Galvanised Spikes, Horse and Mule Shoes as well as nails to suit, Spades and Shovels, a new
kind of Patent Tinware, the first ever Imported here; Saddles and. Bridles, new patterns and something good, both Gent's ami ,
Ladies'; Agricultural Tools of the American pattern with best English steel, Charcoal Irons. Hinges, Rat Traps, Screws, Tools.
A NEW KIND OF STRONG OIL CLOTH, CHOICE PATTERNS ;
Carpets. Rugs, Feather Pillows, a nice assortment of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, single and double) Enamelled and other Hollow -Ware,
Tea Kettles, Galvanized Buckets and Tubs, Fencing Wire annealed, of 3 sisesj Hubbuck's W h He Zinc and best W hite
I ead, wilh Dry Sa Iters Goods. -
A Full Iiine of Grochcry and Glassware !
Suitcvl3lo for Thoo XcwlfiXAcl.
Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives. 8te. Is, Saws, hand, ripping and meal; Pruning Knives, Steel Tens, Carving Knives
and Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Coffee Pots, Hoes, Oo's and Mattocks.
Anchors, from 1500 lbs. to 100 lbs.;
Chain Cables, from 1 1-2 inch to 1-2 inch; . .
Topsail Sheet Chains, various sizes.
AU the above have been tested and tho Certificate, free of charge, supplied with them, und sold
at three cents per pound less than they have recently been landed from California.
The above will be sufficient to give a bird's eye view of the importation. Orders, from Town
nnd Country respectfully solicited.
A NEW DEPARTURE !
ON AXI AFTER JANUARY 11, 1SSO,
Our Terms "Will Tdg Cash, on Delivery,
" -Snail IVIalic a
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
MIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS for ihe
I MO I IKK AM) MAUI.M: I.VSI IU.MK COSIP'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to accept Fire Risks on Su
gar Crops in the Ik-Id. for particulars, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN Ac CO..
dO 3in Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A DWELLING HOUSE IN NUUANU
Valley, containing ten rooms, servants' houses, horse
and carriage stables. A Iso, three acres of good pss
lure land. A great variety of fruit trees aud a large flower
garden. Government water In id on. The premises are in a
good condition. Address: I. O. Box 169, or enquire of
nS 8. MAGNIN.
ALL PERSONS. INDEBTED TO THE
STORK on Nuuanu street, known as the WHITE
HOUSE, lately under the management of tj. L. LEWIS,
win please make immediate payment at the Office of M
Phillips Co., No. 11 Kaahumanu St.
All accounts not nnid within Thirtv Davs. will be ol iced
in the hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous measures
to collect the same.
d'27 tf M. PHILLIPS A Co , 11 Kaahumanu St
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment i. under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. KICKS, who ia well-known as
an experienced workman, and cannot be turpaturd.
Work Done rtt Lowest Rates
WHITNEV Ai ROBERTSON.
Stationers, Publishers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
JUST I H 11 G I r iz r
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
FORT STREET. ABOVE KING,
NEW GOODS OF VARIOUS DESCRIPTION
CHINESE & JAPANESE WARE!
LATEST STYLE OP
European Novelties in Jewelry I
Fine Bets of Tiev Claws.
(Hemstitched). All Colors & Qualities.
Fine Assortment of
JAPANESE LACQUERED WARE
CHEAT HEIIITTIOS IJ PRICES I
WK NOW OFFER THE
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Beds
At 20 PER CENT, below former prices.
In accordance with advices from the Manufacturer, who ha.
new facilities for making these Beds at a much lower cost than
formerly, we offer them to the public at the low price of
Twelve Rollars, Casli.
DILLINGHAM & CO., Agents.
Wrapping twine. Fish Lines and Hooka, Sundry Toys,
Single and Double Barrel Guns, Breech Loading Guns,
Fine English Sporting Poder, Hhot, Kley's Caps,
Marbles. Ijulies Glasaea, Croquet Mela, Cricket Chairs,
WWTr - v
Liberal Discount !
JDILLIISrGI-IA.M & Co.
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT.
Department of Interior, Honolulu, Nov. 7lh, 'H79.
BE IT REMEMBERED. THAT ON TIIK
7th day of Nov. a. D. 1H7U. Ueoree Bowaer. of Honolulu
Island of Oahu, in accordance wilh Section 3 of an Act To
P.ncourage Learning in this Kingdom, by Securing .Ihe Copies
of Charts and Books to the Authors and Proprietors of such
Copies," approved on the 31st day of Dec. A. D. 1H64, ha
deposited in this office the title of his Book Thei awa
linn Kisgdsm Sfollslirnl nnd Csmmerelal
Directory nnd Tourlata Guide containing nanv-a
of all the white and foreign residents except Chinese on all the
Islands, alphabetically arranged, also Ihe houses ol all tho
business men on all the Islands classified, a full and elaborate
description and History of all and each Island. Invaluable to
Touriats and commercial menj the names of all the Plantations
and Ranches, distance from Honolulu and distance from
county or chief Town, name of Road, Ac. The whole publish
ed and compiled by GEORGE BOWSER. The rights of
which he claims as owner and proprietor.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand ami
caused the Seal nfthe Inle.ior Department lobe affixed At
Honolulu this 7thday ol November, a. D. 1879.
(Signed) 8AM LG. WII.IiK.R,
deco 3m Minister of the Interior.
THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT
. ... a . . . - - ......
hereafter EVERY EVENING fex-
'itfV. cept Sunday) until Ten OVIoelt,
mttrS where the hl nln.i u.... l- "
Roast. Fried and Panned ilv.ior. m . n .'..i...-
, , . . . '--"-- u'n' i wen, rw:ies ran
bet"tJ- (oilf) L. DEJKAN.
" There is Always Two Sides to a Story,"
BUT FOR ALL THAT THE UNDERSIGN ED
IS PREPARED TO GO TO
ANY PART OP THE ISLANDS
A1VD TA K IC
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OR PORTRAITS.
la rirst Class Style, t Order,
--t roAsoua'blo rrioow
TKItMH , C.li iir.n ir .... .. ..
Negatives sre taken. Urdera promptly attended to.
i!!ifZ II. L. CHASE.
NEW MARKET I
Messrs. Ranpp & Schrader, Botchers
. - ...-.. run n , w lirrtr IHrV Will
have I ir & on hand the Utt of
Beef, Veal, Mutton & Pork !
-And the Best of
German Kixiissapfew 2
Mnde Frr.h Every Dny.
Also special attention siren in their fins nn a? u .
0 4Wl' ",m,h.are wranted to keep fo, any length "f
1 ,h he1alten,'onof Parties traveling is specially directed
tnr' win serve their customers
at the very lowest rates. Orders from the country prompt I v
attended to. Shop kept .,,.-n from 4 o'clock in the mon.ii.c
until 8 o'clock al ni ;hL ilZ7 3m
Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVING JUST TURNED OUT A NEW
Htyle of DUMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sugar Co.
No ot.e to lay one word about It. Something useful for Plan
tations It turns in less space than a two-wheel ox carl
Width of hind tires. 0 inches; front. 4 Inches; built light bat
very atrong. Those wishing to send in large orders, sad wiah
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediate! ...
they must atand back and wait their lurn. ml. is
CASE- lib AND 2lb TINS. FRESH A N Ir
in perfect order.
,Kt B0LLE8 CO
W,I!,T1KS.,,r RSZ TI,K REGULAR
Amy Turner. (o!8 79) For Sale by UuLLES Ac CoT
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