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THE LARQEST BILLIARD MANUFAC
TURER'S IN THE WORLD.
g.tar.l.ahe'i in 1 hfait . !. Louis. Nrw Yuik toil lwciiu.l,
an. hasintf lrwh'. in all Itr principal Cilx-suf ll.e
ur or.jrrl III then i.Uu.1. ia th lurpake of u .lyic (
i wh atay l th - .iy ' urnameuiio lae safcaw au.1
sabat.iul.utf With fcilli irU.
TAP.LM WHICH ARKTUK
Non Plus Ultra of the Trade !
u Table uuJ uhtnllj lb !! ever nianatarture.l,
an.1 our Cuwtuuiui are mihf ri t (, basins? rrcrisxi lb.
n.ireicenc uf the I'r'.fc i-ioc! an.t A in it tear ria)er
tnnxiltoul lb W...I.I. iur ku1 ar a.imtcte.1 by cfro. uur
oukirst rnmiirtitur In be ueu.uallil to hrauly, quality, ami
Buiah, ao.1 we fcave Ifce rilrusivr rsfabiiauiiserit ol h
vi la the "rM.
V can fill .nter with rrirt r44-ilUy.au.! a(T.rI better
rtitolucCiuo than any wtfi tt.iliir.l Tar.le m iiiuf... lureT.
Th uu.lera fie. w.hiM nnt re. n-t fully ut Ihr ailei li.11
.f tbe ntixeua ul lae i.l.ul ! lh
FIVE BILLIARD TABLES,
Vjw iu ue ami inirl'.l frm thf at. niuuf.u'turera.
,ll ihiM i-man- tM Ibil tl.e T.lle. chum Iw in
any way rxcr lleil. All 'b unwn I'liy-rs au-l r.ert .ro
No. 1. & the Best Tables Manufactured.
All Chaaauiun games abil tli higxrat run are UM.Ir ou
Ibewt Maaarrb 'l ablr Ibruughoul lb I uitetl male,
All M&iraial i.n r u,uiri cm hr hail liy Btljni2 l Ihe uu
uvrwrna!, wh will i.e iu,( fuii i-j to receive order lor any 1.1
It r 1'alilrs. such im
ECLIPST. CAROM & POOL.
ECLIPSE POOL & CAitOM TABLES.
Vt hU b arc lh Table ..f the bay . t
UrJrs JK-iiril V. any ail of ur fall culCu iu the HIil.r.l
Cloths. Bills, Cues. Racks. Markers,
Bridges. Maces. Chalk. Tips. &c.
I uuLI al rali tu anicr, itr beautiful
Revolving Parlor Billiard Table, with
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, with
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa. Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
Mhirh air t4 uprtit cjoalily aul 6m-b.
Th lal tut iwt kat rune-t Ih
A bvautiful Talil. niurn aill it aabxin pur'. Tr
Table ara bclb oarful auj ornaaiental aol ini auilal'lr la
ariura baunr tmall parlor aixl mucaa.
Tk abova TaMra. nuinta. AC . atkl rrry I bin in IIk B.I
lia(l Liac. iU l il 04a Iu lb' larrai yii.rr anJ war
futi ia vvrry wvrlirular. n n a.U- T ! in aw f-nrrlljr
u lb Cnaat are 4x4 auj
uf full yartwalar pleaw Iira
tluuuluiu. II. L. JA.MKS S. I.I'.MON.
Agral fmr lUr J. l . It r Ir k JL llaUr ('.
THE GREAT MONARCH'S
Prize Standard Nonpareil Novelty Tables
Ar ia daily oat- ami en If "to at lb- '.ihhh-ti .iI Billiar.l
farkara, eT3cr uf Mouaati. Avrnue IV-trlaii riirrl.au
lr Ibaaaparior nunpanil ! C. II. ! . bo to al-
ay lo ltnJ l 1 u r u t iui allrnd nl of Ihr
Lata a Ur i't K-
THE FIIME BAR
(UoUr lb charg rf KK Rtmiltr holilNi
AllarbrU lo It SiUi i ULrially u-lir I wirb 4"llltK
VAHIETlEd of Au INKS
M AllKIKA. Air..
W 11b CuaMT ' b bt brauJ. aj.mi ilh a.lr allrnlLn
combio la iaA i ' alrnaant ! r .. t.-.rl ait
rafrrabmrut lo Ibr c.ly
J S. S. I.KMIIN.
Horses, Buggies, Harnesses, and
JIVT lHHIV:ii I'KK U.1KKT. KI'KKKA.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
OrOTUkra f IViroBTr.D li.tt-43 HlliUIKrtof
fry Jr-t Ihhi
rny II U, Kir.j sticn.
ITESlTieiL HOTEL !
CONCHEE & ACHAT, PROPRIETORS.
SJ. 8a. IIrKL HTSI r. HONOLLLl.
1TST Till- CITY.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Market
Tablo Board $4 to $5 per Week.
L. C. SRESOVICH & CO..
Importoif Sc Dealers in
Cal.Fresh & Dried Fruits & Produce
H. 3 7 , yo-r!i atrart. oyimait C. brrwrr Co.
ASL'PPLr K KRKMII A fVUHS. fKACIIU.
ApaWMia. rtuina. Harilrtt IVara. tirara. C. aaao.
LAKUC BAiTiajl UVBTKKA IS titiKLJWiU I rrrrirr
by rry auaaMir frua Han tnnriro
All xU .4, (lurtnlml f-wul.
I r ! aa a eaA ani arr r youraH vr. J3I
OWIXOTOTIIKPRKHKXT I1IBII rRICW
ml aiatpriala in oar bn. w, ittar aui4eriicnal. b been
cqanpcUra) iu rai lb price kit harnhuriia7 Uo aaJ aflrr
Ikaj I at day at Vi-h . lifUi, mow prxraaj will fee aa 4la:
Uajm-ma.1. Ikhora 3 M
Uwl ao.1 To Hhora 1W
Mm hi or MaJrMhnr M
Li A AO ODKKKIKK
S. M. WHITU iS.
O W CalT
I . t , BOBT. BKIETTNER, '
CHA3. B. WlLeON.
luoaiabi, Jaa. 28 lb, 1330 ja3I tf
2.- 2aX. 2Ca.
T ,T.lK KKtlWBSiTS OP IIUVOLU.l
1 aJ U.e wtbrr laiaudt. Lrfore parcbioe or ordrrinc rlar
thrre. call at wir More enter Fort ami Kim rl.. at J eaaa
! oar ( of
Dry Goods !
Fancy Goods ! !
Cutlery, Vases, Accordeons,
Pianos and Organs. Socks,
Underclothing. Towels. Bedspreads.
Solid & Plated Jewelry, Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipes, Soda Waters,
la Purl. Ibr (irr .ileal Variety la lloaalala.
llMir30a m to 9 p.m. atorU) tor tt arcommcxl.-U-
n uf all. corn uotil 11 p. m. Unlers (olicited.
PICkKKIXG A, CO.
Premiums for 1880-81 !
5 LARGE 5
Beautiful Cliromos !
F RJEE ! !
Ui-if.K ilrirrminej not ooly to keep up with the tlmm, but to
krrp ahraj of all eaxpeUbra, I hare bad gotun up P V K
UKUK 4'IIRO.MOS. 13 by IS inchea In aise. and
hall lEive TIIK I'lVK PKICIC to every aubacriber to
it.e PIKKSIOK VIMITOK I In adJiiioo to thi, I
hail not only kreplhe VISITOR op to ita prraeot aUod
ar.l. but (hall mativially unprore it tlariof Ibe year. Uur
Cbroioo are mali ia pare Oil Colora. aod are printed la SO
colon, bad any deirriptioo Imir'it attempt lo five oftbem
would not Jj them j jUce. yet 1 will air our reader! a partial
dracriptioo of them. In order that Iheycan get aoiae idea of
their lovelinraa :
No. 1 in floe Cbi onto done ia pare Oil Colors, ia 20 pritit
u.(, aire 11 by 13 Lwhea, entitled:
Ilrware ! Iware! for
" She ia fuolin' thee.
Pbe ia fooliog Ihee,
Trait her not
Uh, trait ber not ! "
Tbla autject ia rrpreaented by a beautiful young lady aiitiug
iu rualic chair. Ieneath Ibe overbanKiog branches of a fine
44 elm tree ; she ia f.uUb-aaly dressed, with ber Iouk. gulden
riuglels hrtt;ing down orrr hrr shouldrrs; in her lap ia a show
er of beautiful dowers. Near by is a beautiful waterfall, while
in Ibe dittanre tower mountain peaks. Taken aa a whole. It
ia a lovely picture the beautiful lady ia the rustic chair ia a
tbotfrhtlol mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beautiful
d'lV era, the landscape, with the blue canopy of heaven o'er
all rnmbine lo form an enchanting scene, and aie that can
not fail U satiaf all.
Nu. 2 ia a Bne Oil Chronio, in 20 colors, size 13 by IS in
rhea, entitled :
A beautiful girl of eiicht years is ou t frs.1 hering lercs she la
Larrlnotrd. wiib no hat no her bead, the wind playing with
her golden locks, the has her apron lull of ferns. It is a
beautiful picture of childish beauty and innocence, and cannot
tail lo find favor in the eyes of alb The coloring of the laud
srape ia very One. In the diatam-e ia seen Ibe little one's
home. The picture, as a whole, is very beautiful and true to
nature. It is well worth the price of a year's subscription to
ibe PI R KM I) K V1MTOK. yet every subscriber gets
the VISITOR, a year, and the Ave cbromoa lor the small
sum of Uoe Dollar.
No. .1 ia a fine Uil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 13 inch
T lappy Dreams of Cliildlioocl.
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, A beauti
ful rirl of three years of age. Mhe is sweetly sleeping with
ber 04.11 la-pU ia her hands. Uver and above her are seen
angel forms scattering dower, and bleasings on the bead of
the dear one. Beside ber rouch is sitting ber mother intently
wau-hiag her child, while her bands have paused in Ibe fancy
nredlt-wnrk on which she ia engaged. It is a beautifully
sweet picture, and will find a warm place in every mother's
heart in the land. The shild sleepiug so sweetly with a smile
hovering around its lips, the angel forms o'er bead, the mother
watching ber dear one. the rich draperies and fornilure of
I lie room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of Ihe obi masters, and cannot tail to be
appreciated by all.
No. 4 is a flne Oil Chromo in SO colors, size 13 by la inch
The jVUxito jVppeal.
Th. subject represents a beaulifal Italian girl. dressed In
ber native cnalume. lhe is what is known aa a Blreet Jdutic
lau. and rarns Iter livelihood by her violin and voice. Pb
baa pWy-d ami sung lo the eruwd.aud haa quietly folded her
nr la arm ever and arooitd her violin, while ber left arm Is
ui.lrerhed, thus mutely appealing to Ihe public lo give her
h it they may. It ia a lovely piriure. The girl, though only
a atridliii; player, is rarefy beautiful the sweet, beseeching
err..Mrf of the face could but make the most Sordid And Ibe
iu:.. their Krket, aud give hi r a few pennies. It Is one
I ll.rm h t picture we have aero for maoy a day. It ia
ruUkbl Mil iu Oil Colors, and ia equal in every respect, to
ai oil painliug. and lew ran tell whrtber it is an Oil Chromo
an lid fainting. a faithfully it is reproduced. To see it Is
lu fill in hrr with it at once, and every one who sees it, will
h ive it.
No. i ia a One Oil Chromo ia 30 color, site 13 by 19 inrh
r., rnli:le. :
Tlie Howard !
This I a companion piece In Jio. 4. It represents a beauti
ful li.ilian girl (entirely unlike the other.) Shelf also a
Mi eel Munirian, earning her livelihood with her voice and
violin; xhe has pUjedto her audience, aud baa received ber
reward in Ihe share rd a shining silver piece which she ia
holding in ber baud, while a smile of delight, at her success,
bovrra on her l-. and l.er face is ra.lianu It is a very lovely
ni ture This Chromu alone iswi.rtb twice the cost of a
y ear'a subacriulion lo the PI R KM l K VISUOR.Jft
sula.Tih.-,a will rereive ihe pi V K f..regoing Urge Chromos
PH h'.H. an.1 Ihe VIMTOIl a year for a single dollar.
That ea.h sub-rriber receives the foreg.iing PIVK
LIKI.K It K A f Tl PI' 1. CHROMOS. and ibe
PIKKMOK VISITOR a year ha-a single dollar, and
both pspers and rhromua are send postpaid in every case. No
pul.lii.her in Una country ever effered so much for a single
.Mlar and fulfilled it. I promiaeonly what I know I can
The uu.lfrsignrd, hole Agents fur the Hawaiian Islands,
would reaprclfully notify the inhabitants of this Kingdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United Stales,
that Ihe Hawaiian postage is EXTKA for Chromos and Pa
pers. !-ub-riin cover. i. n all rxprnvea. S.I.2& a year in advance,
j 7" ula-rition List now open. JtX
I'fut wanlrd all Ter the Klopdani; Urlte for
PICKERING & CO.,Jjonolulu, H. I.
THE BIBLE LOOKING-GLASS !
Kederior, Cumpaui'in, and Guide to the fireat Truths of the
And illustrating the diversities of human character and the
qualities of tin- human heart. Consisting of St
Itooks iu One Volusse,
Profusely Illustrated by Object-Teaching
bowing the paio and misery resulting from Vice, and the
lrM:r aud happiness ai.ung from virtue.
BY JuUSi W. BARBCR, and Other.
Tbi. ia the most original work, without question, ia re
I.zUhi. Iilerature ever produced in our country a unique
and quaint in Its way as Banyan's famoat allegory:
Among the world of books, it a the only ooa that Instructs
iu Christianity awl human natare on the principle 4 obwet
trarbir g I'eople who would arUJom open Ibe B.ble itsrll are
altractrj Iu ibis work, for it ia a b.g picture-book ia religion,
.very picture, loo. enforce a principle. No book extaul so
in-tantly represents the Oospel no, nut even Ihe Bible itself
aa this, by its appeals through the eye.
Over one hundred aad thirty topics are introduced and en
Urged opou with illustrative pictures, such aa Repentance,
aith. Hope. Love. Justice. Tima brings up Truth, The Mem
ory of Riibteooanea. The. Memory of Wkkedneas. Brotherly
Kindness, The ielflsh Man. The Christian C bairn. The tfyna-t-neoe
uf gatan. The fate Bridge. The Unsafe Bridge. True
and l ata Principles, Carnal Security, Faith and Works, The
Heavenly nbephrrd. The Joya el Salvation. The End of
Human tireatnesa. Ac.
The author is now an obi man. His life ha bean filled and
rounded out milk goad works. lis was burn in the last years
ul the last eentory, in the administration of Oeorge VNaab
ns. In 1312 be was apprenticed lo learn Ibe art of en
raving. Mora than a half a ceatnry ago h. began, ta a
small way, as an author. A book about that time was pro
tected by him, under Ibe title of the -Looklng-OIaas." con
taming the essentia! fratnrssj of Ik is volume. Ilia carl lest
Mbticaiioa srrre Urge emblematic religion eng raving, one
U which, in the hande of our mlaslonarie fifty year agojwa
Ihe main instrumentality in the conversion of the Uoeen of
Ibr rUndwich Island. . . .
The Die lures io Ike" Bible Looking -Glass" are all 6ross hia
drawuiVs. and many of theea engraved by him. Taey show
,rr.t inaenuity in design. They are not meant to be artiKT,
but t c.vr at a gUncw some princ.pl. ot truth vital to
human welfare. Th. eoatumc are those of the Amencan
u when Mr. Barber waa yoai -sixty year ago. They
are nowotd-faahioned. The Cbratiaa religion ilsell, ws oe-l-ve.
is o- coojidered new-faahiooed. .
Tbi work haa great popularity, over 100,000 ep.e. having
already pse4 from Ibe hands of Canvasaiof Afenu into
,b.r .d 'he pro-le. where, lying nnon Ibe tables oftboataand.
If rileea, ithaa acted a a eouUnual teacher of lb Gospel.
-Taw tM Lookms-tiUa." being la qnarto foraa,U a coav
,..Ta?io pVtod character to the Family Bible, which it
IVfleeT. and eapUios. While the work U thoroughly evangel
L-flndhiox no peculiar denominational doctrine are
i v." ate!l? ly ibarrlTl cardinal principle of Chri.li.nity,
1 VutXaa eJ Th'r'work
Utiy eTreWnce. wh.le the low prtae at which It I. offered
uUcea It within the reach of alL
"'XW1ZTIS BE SEKN.
LtUE AT STORB OF HDNQLULIT
s juj aV " ' sa -
rrrnch Morocco, luli Gill and Paneled. o.W
PICKERING & CO.,
F0ET and KINO STREETS, HONOLULU. t27
IIIGGIfJS & JESSETT,
N0S. 50 & 52 KINO STREET,
WOI'LU INFORM THEIR PATRONS
and the general public, that they have formed a Co
partnership for the purpose of carrying on Ihe business ol
And have engaged the aervit'es of
PROM SAX PRAM'ISCO:
Ubaare Tkoroighlf Itqialutctl with all the
1 rlrmn lxxg;.
We are Prepared to Furnish
AND IT WILL I'AV TO
GIVE TJS -A. CALL.
DAUBER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS
VI' , tr
From All Parts of Honolulu and
WITH PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH.
Furniture Handled with Care !
Xy special Attention given to Shipping and Be-ahlppingof
BAGGAGK. Office and Order Slate at PICKERING at Co.'s
Store, Corner of Fort and King Streets. Also, so Order Box
at WUITNEY KOllfcRTSON 'S NKWS DEPOT, next the
Post Office. ol6 3m
PARISIAN AM AMERICAN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, up Stairs.
.Mr.. Pele Wwsild Rerl fully CTnll I Itr A I
Irsstiast f Casllra Cw Hrr Very
ta u iJEnion "y-5mL:ivr
MEASURING AND CUTTING,
which cannot fall lo give the neceaaary ease and
grace so essential in flltiog every Sg-jre.
Special Attention will be given to
MOI ItM.NfJ, WF.DUI.VC AU TRIYKLI.Vti SI ITS.
Ladies Riding liabils a Specialty. Alao, the Latest
Parisian, London and New York Fashions on View, for the
Benefit of Patron.
(ty Order from the Other Islands will Receive Prompt
Attention. se2S ly
HENRY BRYANT, Proprietor.
Principal Ofllrr. Nw. 30 Vlarraad Street.
Sir- Freight BAggAge aatl ParrrU ( all kind
carr-lf) I aa) fram the landings mt Maalara, Kabi
III aud Ualhce, aud to all part, uf sVailika Hai
hee, Kahalal, Spreckrlsville and Ulakawao.
oa.MBIS 1XU F.XPRFJSSFACO.S C0XXECT WITH
ILL VESSELS AUUIVIVC AXU DEPiKT
1XG FU0H THE ABOVE PORTS.
Tourists wishing Guides or Horses
can be Supplied on Short
.At Reasonable Rates !
LET TIIK LIGHT !
'IIIK II AND-WRITI.XU OF THE HOLV
1 ripirii is aa plain upon the heaven and upon th earthy
condemning lo destruction this wicked Kingdom of dishonest
ten. a it waa upon the walls of Beishaxxar'a dining room in the
midst of bis thouaand banqueters. M KMC M KN KTKKfcl.
I7PIIAR H1.V was written un the walla which no one of
Lis gaesta euuM noderstand nntil bis Queen cent for Daniel
who told the King, God hath numbered thy Kingdom and fin
ished It; thou art weighed in Ihe balance and art found
wanting, thy Kingjom ia given to the Mede aud Persians',
that night Belshaixsr waa slain, Darius then undertook hi
Kingdom, when XWX. 7". 3trV.0f-X3 stepped in with
bis DCMP NULC WAGON AND CASK.
C A RTM. They are built of the Best Material that can be
had In the Kaat, aa all my stuck ia selected fay a Special
A gent, and by that aaeaua I am enabled to do the Dotal Work
that I do. I wiab also to call atteuliou to the fine carriage
that I aaa turning otl.
Beg pardon. I nasi relate a little incident that occurred a
few days ago- One of my I1IGI1L.T PIKISHKD
CARRIAGES wa standing near the Drinking Fountain
on King frHreet. when a gentleman and lady were passing by
and all at once tba horse look fright and nearly became nn.
nanageable; but toe driver got Ihe animal oieted down, and
he carna ia with tba saaue weight he went out with, and saved
stakes. But come to investigate the matter, the burse tuok
fright fram arcing hi shadow in MY II I Gil LIT . PIN
ISI1CD CARRIAGE that was atandiog near the
Fountain I also am Boiahing up some very nice Pa Ml
t.v carriages and some top piijc-
TON8, which I shall soon nave ready lor Sale. Also,
REPAIRING. PAINTING. TRIMMING, and
everything pertaining tu C A R R I A O E WORK, will be
PONE JUST A8L.OW AS IT POSSIBI.T CAN
BK, a fj all know that I have bad NO VISITS TO
TUB STATES OR EUROPE! and my low rent
and plain manner of living enabla sae to come down to the
BED ROCK PRICES.
M. J. ROSE.
AM. ACCOCNTH HUE A Nl OWING TO
the PACIFIC COIIM KRCIALADV KRTWE R OlMce up
to aid Including the 80th day of Aagast, must be arltled with
j. r . Black only. And all indented ne np to the sajoe date
till he KUM b, J- U. BLACK.
Ujnoluut, ADgost 30, 1880. W
awBswa- . '
It ha pleased Hi3 Iajt-ty the King to restore Krac
Kulo, of Hilo, Hawaii, to his civil rights.
Iolani Pals.e, Dec. 21. liiSO. C2ot
Umla of Leaao of Government Land on Wednesday.
February 9th, at the front eutrauce of AUiolanl Hale,
at 12 o'clock uoou Mill be sold at Public Auction, the
leas of that tract of land belungiug to the Government,
ktfown as Kanio, aitnated in the district of Honuaula,
Terms, ten year lease, upset price f 1-5 per annum,
payable semi annually in advance.
H. A. P. CARTER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. January 4tb, 1B31. ja8-3t.
Whereas, the undersigned haa been requested by Hon.
Win. C. Parke, to properly define the boundaries of the
Ahupuaa of Puaaloa, situated in Ukuniehauie, Lahaina,
Island of Maui, II. I. Therefore, it ia hereby made
known to all owners of ahupuua, ilia and tracts of
laud adjoining Puaaloa. that Wednesday, January 19th,
iKfel, at 10 a.m., at my office, at Lahaiua, ia the time and
place for bearingpneb requests. L. AHOLO,
2t ja3 Commissioner.
liy virtue of authority vested in the Minister of the In
terior the Rule and Regulations for carnage. Wagons.
Drays, 4c, on hire in the District are hereby amended.
The following stands are abolished : Mauka Bide of
Merchant street, from east corner of Bethel.
Makai side of Uotel street, from east corner of Fort
The following are new stands established: Makai side
of Merchant street, east of Fort street.
Makat side of Merchant street opposite Sailor's Home.
Makai side of Uotel Street from Brewer's Block east.
On the stands hereby established not more than Pi
carriages will be allowed to stand at any one time.
H. A. P. CARTER, Minister of the Interior.
Notice Is hereby given that the police are instructed to
preveut the standing of expresses for hire on places not
authorized by the regulations. jal at
Rev. J. H. Malioe has this day been appoiutcd an Agent
to take Acknowledgements to Labor Contracts for Hana
lei, Kauai having resigned from the District of Kawaihau.
II, A. P. CAKTKtt,
Interior Office. Miuister of the Interior.
Dec. '.'7, IsrtO. jal Ut
The following gentlemen have this day been appoint
ed Agents to take Acknowledgements to Contracts for
Labor, for the District of Wailuku, Maui: '
John Hu-hardsou, vice J, Haole, resigned.
Kaueholam, vice J. J. lialstead, resigned.
II. A. P. CARTER,
Interior Office, Minister of the Interior.
Dec. -ft, lrthd. . jal at
Healed Tenders will be received at the Office of the
Minister of the Interior until Saturday, the 15th day of
January, 181, for supplying Oahu Prison and the Insane
Asylum at Kalaepohaku, with good fresh Beef and salt
Beef at so uiiicti per pound and in uch quuntities as may
be required from day to day.
All supplies for the Prison subject to the approval of
the Marshal ..those fur the Iusune Asylum, to the ap
proval of the Superintendent. 11. A. P. CARTER.
Interior Office. Minister of the Interior.
Dec. 31, 1SH0. jal at
Tag following gentlemen have this day been appoint
ed Agents for the taking aud certifying the acknowledge
ments to Instruments, viz :
John Richardson for the District of Wailuku. Maui,
vice J II Hare, resigned ; D Crowuiuburg fur the Dis
trict of Makawao, Maui.
THOMAS BROWN, Registrar of Conveyances.
Registrar Office, Dec. 2uth, ISso.
Approved: H. A. P. CARTER,
d25 at Minister of the Iuterior.
DEPABTaIK.1T OF FOREIGN AFFAIBS.
Be it known to all whom it may concern, that Joseph
O. Cautek, Esquire, having this day presented to this
Department his Commission from Uis Imperial Japanese
Majesty's Minister for Fureigu Affairs, which is found to
be in due form; be. the said Joseph O. Cabteb, Esquire,
is hereby acknowledged by order of His Majesty, as
Commercial Agent for the Empire of Japau in Honolulu;
and all las official acts, as such are ordered to receive
full faith ami credit by the authorities of this Govern
ment. Given under my hand aud the Heal of the Foreigu
Office at Honolulu this 17th day of December, a.d. 1m80.
(Signed). W. L. GREEN.
d25 at Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Whf.ueas, By an Act enacted by the King and legis
lative Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legisla
ture of the Kingdom assembled, approved the atith day of
December, 1864, the Bureau of Immigration was created
for the purpose of superintending the importation of
foreign laborers, and the introduction of immigrants, by
the provisions of which Act. and of an Art to extend the
powers of the Bureau of Immigration approved the 23rd
day of June, lwi, it is the duty of the Minister of the
Interior, with the assistance of the Hoard of Immigra
tion, to devise and recommend fur the adoption of His
Majesty in Privy Council such rules and regulations as
way be deemed necessary for the good government and
control of Immigrants ; and
HVierrur. It has been liiode to appear lo the Minister
of the Interior that evils have arisen from the conduct of
unauthorized and irresponsible persons acting as brokers,
runners, or shipping-masters between immigrants arriv
ing iu this Kingdom, but who are nut under contract for
service, and persons desiring to employ them ; and
H'Aerrus. It is deemed desirable that there should be
responsible persons duly authorized to act as brokers or
labor agents, whose duty it shall be to negotiate contracts
between immigrants aud those wishing to employ them ;
and that all other persons be forbidden to act as such
agents or brokers.
Thfrefure,He it ordained by His Majesty in Privy
Council, ou the recommendation of the Minister of the
Iuterior. and the Bureau of Immigration.
That the Minister of the Iuterior be,, aud he hereby is
authorized, ou the recommendation of the Bureau of Im
migration, to issue licenses to two or more persons, ap
proved by the Bureau of Immigration, for the district of
Honolulu, aud not exceeding two lor each aud every other
district iu the Kingdom, to act a such labor agents or
brokers, with power to negotiate contracts for labor
between immigrants hereinbefore ' referred to, and
planters or employers of labor. Said licenses shall be
revocable by the Minister of the Iuterior at his dis
cretion. That at the time of granting such license, the Minis
ter of the Interior shall receive from the applicant for
it. the sum of twenty dollars, and also a bond from the
said applicant, with good and sufficient security, to be
approved by the Minister of the Interior, in the penal
sum of not less than two thousand dollars, the condition
of which bond shall be, that the applicant shall not ask
or receive more than five dollars as a fee, compensation
or gratuity for each contract negotiated by him ; that
the said applicant shall guarantee to the employer so
contracting, that the laborer shall proceed to the place
where such labor is to be performed, or in default
thereof that the advances, if any, made to the immigrant
will be repaid on deuiaud.
That any person who shall without a license as herein
before set forth, negotiate or attempt to negotiate con
tracts for labor between immigrants herein referred to,
and the employers of labor, shall be subject to a fine of
one hundred dollars for each offence upon conviction
before any Court having jurisdiction thereof.
Provided, however, that nothing in these ordinances
shall preveut the actual employers of labor from nego
tiating contracts for labor directly with such immi
grants ; and
Provided, further, that these Ordinances shall not
apply to contracts concerning immigrants which may be
made by the Board of Immigration or under their
And be it further ordained, that this Ordinance shall
take effect from and after its publication in one or more
newspapers published in Honolulu.
Done at Iolani Palace this twenty-fourth day of
December, A.D., 1S80.
(Signed) KALAKAUA R.
By the Kino.
The Minister of the Interior, , V
(Signed) H. A. P. Cabteu.4 d25-3t
Extract from the Civil Code Law relat
ing to Public Vaccination, '
Sectiox 309. The Minister of the Interior shall ap
point, upon the recommendation of the Board of Health,
a suitable person to be vaccinating officer in each of the
guber natorial divisions of the kingdom, who shall re
ceive such salary, as may. from time to time, be appropri
ated by the Legislature, aud shall be removable from
office at the pleasure of said Minister.
Section 310. Each vaccinating officer shall appoint, at
least, three convenient places in each school district
throughout his division, for the performance of vac
cination : and, from time to time, give public notice of
the time when he will attend at such places, to vaccinate
all persons not already successfully vaccinated who may
then and there appear ; and also of the time when be
will attend at such place to inspect the progress of such
vaccination in the persona so vaccinated.
Section 311. The father or mother of every child
shall, within six months after the birth of such child, or.
in the event of the death, illuess. or absence of the father
or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person having
charge of such child, shall, within six months after ita
birth, or at the earliest opportunity after, take such child
to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose of being vac
cinated. - Sectiom 312. Upon the eighth day. following the day
on which auy child has been vaccinated, the father,
mother, guardian, or other person having charge of said
child, shall again Uke such child to the vaccinating
officer, that he may ascertain by Inspection the result of
such operation. .
Section 313. If the vaccination Is fouad to be success
ful, the officer shall deliver to tbe father, mother, or
other person having charge of tbe child, free of charge,
a certificate that the child has been successfully vac
cinated, and shall note tbe same in a book to be kept by
such officer for that purpose.
Section 314. On the presentation of any child to be
vaccinated, should the officer deem the child to be in an
unlit state to be vaccinated, be may postpone the opera
tion at his discretion, and give due notice to the parents,
or person having charge of such child, to reproduce the
same for vaccination at a future time.
Section 315. Tba vaccinating officers shall visit tbe
several stations appointed by them, .at least once in ev
ery six mouths, and oftener, if required so to do by the
Minister of tbe Interior, or Board of Health.
Section 316. Every parent, guardian, err other person
having tbe charge of any child, who shall refuse or neg
lect to comply with the provisions of the law respecting
vaccination, shall be subject to a flue of live dollars ;
one-half of which shall be paid to the informer.
Section 317. The several vaccinating officers shall
keep a faithful record or their transactions, and make an
annual report of the same W Ibe Minister of the Interior
H. A. P- CARTER, ' V! .
dll M'U'ter cf tna Interior
Regulation of the Board of Health.
All the Passengers per steamer Cassandra are declared
iu Quarantine and are ordered to report to the Sheriff, aa
Agent of the Board of Health, and any person who shall
harbor any of the Passengers on their premises, without
notifying the Agents of the Board of Health, shall be
prosecuted, under Section 285 of the Civil Code.
d'. at H. A. P. Cabteb,
President Board of Health.
Licenses Expiring in January, 1881.
1 Akina. Kali hi
1 P Dalton, King et Honolulu
1 Whitney & Robertson, Merchant at '
3 Luni Wai Kee. Nuuanu st "
3 S D Burrows, Hotel st
5 San Wo Chong & Co, Hotel st
5 Hop Hung, Berets nia st "
6 Tibbets & Sorenson, Ulakuheo
C thing On, Nuuanu st "
8 Lewers k Dickson, Fort st "
H Chnlan & Co, Nuuanu st "
Id Ah Teck
10 Honolulu Iron Works, Ulakoheo "
12 Laie Plantation Co. Laie, Koolauloa
13 Chung Wo, Nuuanu st Honolulu
Hi Wong Park, " "
19 Akoi, "
JO Ahoon & Akana, Kaalaea, Koolaupoko
22 T J Mossmau, cor King & Nuuanu st, Honolulu
23 Conchee & Ahuug.
24 Sing Chong & Co, Hotel st "
26 Hop Hing, cor Nuuanu & Beretania st
-.'S Anee, King st
R ETA I L MAUI.
ICC Bennett, Kahnlui plains
1 Mrs C Warren, Wailuku
2 Jas W Girvin
12 L Akana, Haiku
30 Wong Alan, Makawao
3 Akiona. Kaiopihi, North Kohala
7 Tong Wo & Co.
7 Thomas Spencer, Hilo
8 Tuck Ong & Co, Makapala, North Kohala
12 See Wo Lung k Co, Naehu, Kau
l'J Hoo Gin. Punahoa, Hilo
19 W H Holmes. Waipio. Hamakua
20 Ah Fawa. Niulii, North Kohala
27 C Meinelke, Waiohinu, Kau
23 Lee Kan, Koae, Puna
KAUAI. RET A II..
14 Chong Yuen k Co, Nawiliwtli
19 Koug Lung k Co, Kilauea
M OH Piukham, Koloa
24 A liana,
M Pahana, Hanalei
27 Aloiau, Kap&a, Kawaihau
IHE Mclntyre Bros, cor Fort & King sts, Henolulu
4 Kwong Yiu Sing & Co. Nuuanu st "
1 Pereir k Viecra, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
29 F A Schacfer k Co, Kaahumana at, Honolulu
1 Ah Pau. Koloa. Kauai
4 Ah Fo, Lahaina, Maui
10 John Smith, Hilo, Hawaii
10 Tong Luni, Hotel st, Honolulu
13 Acouchee, Nawiliwili, Kauai
14 Ahi, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
14 Chong Yeo, Lahaina, Maui
19 A bee aud Ah Hin, Nawiliwili, Kauai
19 Koug Lung k Co, Kilauea, Kawaihau, Kauai
22 Allen & Stack pole, Kawaihae, Hawaii
24 Tung Hang, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
29 Wong Ham, Makawao, Maui
2C W L Davis, Makawao, Maui
19 l oo Biau, Haiku. Maui
6 Leong Kau, Kauai
14 Apana, Molokai
26 Ah Chong. Kauai
2 Mahele, Honolulu
PI RE ARMS.
27 J H Black, Koua. Oahu
The College of St Louis
HONOLULU, ..... OAHU, H. I.
'UIIS INSinri'lON. BEING RKUOTK FROM CITY
allurements, ia an acknowledged safeguard lur moral.
For salubrity of climate is unrivalled The buildings are
large and commodious -, white the grounds afford the pupil
opportunities of healthtul and manly exercises.
Unremitting attention will be given to tbe intellectual aud
moral culture of the pupils.. Non-Catholic pupils will be free
to attend the relig:oua exercises or not, according a their
pareDts or guardians may desire.
I'npils are received at any time during Ihe year.
No reduction will be made Irom regular charges, except for
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No leave of absence during the scholastic year, except at
the College vacations, or by special permission.
Each pupil must, on entering, obtain one suit of uniform;
which, with all other necessary clothing, c, will he furnished
at moderate cost by the College; but none of these will be
provided by the College unless by special arrangement.
Payments are tu he made quarterly, and invariably in ad
vance. THE :OUKSK OP STUDV
IS CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL.
Latio, Greek, Freuch, German, Spanish and Italian
are taught. Particular atteuliou will be paid le the English
language in all its branches. Literature, Mathematics, pure
and mixed. History, Geography, Chemistry, and Natural
Philosophy. Ac , oVc.
T K.R.MS :
Board, Lodging, Tuition, and Washing for Scholastic
Year $200 00
Entrance Fee 10 00
Vacation at College 40.00
Music Vocal and Instrumental Drawing, and Modern
Languages E xt ras.
it . v pupils:
Senior Class ; $60.00
Junior Class 40.00
The Scholastic Year consists of two sessions, each comprising
a period of five mouths. The First Session commences on the
20th of August. The Second on the 20th ef January.
For all and lurther particulars apply lo
REV W.J. LARK I N. I'realtlesK.
No. 73 Beretania Street.
Evening School Department of
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
' The President has decided lo include this branch in the
Curriculum of tbe College.
Its object is to afford all classes of the eommunity the
means of acquiring a Theoretical and Practical knowledge of
all Commercial and Business transactions in daily use; and
also to give in insight into the working and application of
toe different I jades, ahich is so essential in these Islands.
THE THEORETICAL BRANCH
Will be under tbe supervision of the President and Professor
or tbe College. TIIK PRACTICAL, and most important
branch will be specially attended to by representatives from
the various master-artisans among us, who have kindly and
generously promised their services to this useful and valuable
They will alternately devote an hour each evening lo the
task of imparting this practical knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary lo each trade, aud to agri
culture, will be furnished by the College.
Each Master-Artisan, while connected with the College,
will be entitled to name one Free-Life-ScboUrshlp to tbe
privileges of this Kvcning Pchool Department.
TERMS i . .
Each SlKdfut per Week 50 Crisis.
Tbe Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. Jal
1TAL0 CAMPANINI TO WKBBB.
Ur dbAb raiaso Wssca : To-morrow I shall once more
hid you adieu for a short lime, going first to Kngland, thence
to Italy, where I shall have the pleasure of seeing the Concert
Grand purchased of you laat Spring. This piauo has given
such perfect a Lia faction and attracted such universal
attention from the musical critics of all parts of Italy, that I
wish still more to surprise them by showing them the Weber
Upright, which ha, on account of iu great singing quality
and easy adaptation to tbe voice, become the marvel of tbe
country, ll has been my constant companion here and
through the West the last two seasons, and I cannot leave
without taking one with me, and therefore beg you to select
one for me and send it to Genoa, Italy. Your friend,
GEO. F. WELLS is the SOLE AGENT in the
Uawaiiau Kingdom for Ihe abovs mentioned Pianos.
Lately arrived, per bark Mohican, from New York, ON K
GBAND WKBER, valued at $700
AND TO ARRIVE
per City of New York, another SQL' ARK GliAND WEBKR,
valued at $1,000.
WELL'S MUSIC STORE.
dl8 Nos. 68 and 68 Fort Street, Honolulu.
' S5 REWABD.
STRATED OR STOLEN ON THE STlb
of September, Irom the corner of ft nuana aud Psuoa
roads, a Grey Hone with white forehead and three white feet,
branded 30 on back the bone ia used to running at Koolau.
Tbe above reward will be paid ta party returning horse or lor
information that will lead to its recovery, or return to corner
Nuuanu and Fauoa roads. Jal 21
Ladies' Strangers' Friend Society.
SO Fll E43.UENT HAVE BEEN THE
calls of laie upon the fund of this Society, that the
Managers, at tbe snggesion of some of the prominent business
men of the community, make an appeal to the pabhe for
funds to meet the constant demands upon the treasury of th
Society. One geutleasao propose to give $2 annually, or $2
per month ; another, $12 annually, or $1 per month j and
otben $6 annually, or M eta. per month. Thus encouraged,
a subscription paper will be circulated, and it is hoped
a geuerous response will be given. Funds may he
forwarded Jo Mrs. S. C. Damoo, President. Mrs.
C. B. Blabdp, Vice President, or Mrs. 8. K. Bishop, Treasurer.
A subscription paper will be left at the Bank, and another
circulated PKB ORDER.
Honolulu, December 15, ISSO. Jal 31
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived up to January 17th, 1SS1, at tbe residence of Rev.
M. Kuaes. School Street, for tbe erect ion and completion of
the Church edifice of KaamakapUL Plana and specAcations
may be had, together with other information, on catling at the
office of Mr. C. J. Wall, tt Architect. No. 87 Merchant St.
A hood amounting to tbe sum of five thousand dollar to ac
company each bid, the: Building Committee reserving tba
right to reject any aad all bids.
Honolulu, Dec. Slat, 1890. ' M. KUAKA, '
,.1 . ' rail Jisg Commute.
SATURDAY, JANUARY S, 1331.
VTOn the last page of the present issue of
the Advertiser we publish the Abstract
of the Legislation of 1SS0 which was referred
to in our article last week as an evidence
that the Legislature which assembled last
year was a working body ami made impor
tant additions to the Statute Book of the
country, besides providing lor important
DINNER AT IOLANI PALACE.
On Monday, the 3rd inst., Uis Majesty
the King entertained at dinner the follow
ing gentlemen, ou a visit to the Islands :
Gen'I Charles E. Furlong, of New York,
Mr. Carl Mohr, of Marburg, Austria; Mr.
Alfred O' Gorman Munkhouse, of Berne,
Switzerland ; in company with His Excel
lency Governor Dominis.
Gr"" It it reported Ihtt a Chinaman, convicted of
aa infamous crime, and condemned to ten year
bard labor, bag escaped from tbe obain gang, and
bai been at large over two weeks.
A Temperance Champion. We offer a cordial
greeting to D. Banks McKenxie, Esq.. an eminent
temperance lecturer, and tbe founder of tbe " blue
libbon order." who arrived per City of New York.
Ho will lecture at Fort St. Cburcb, next Sunday
Br" We are in receipt of Thrum's Annual for
1831. It is an admirable work of reference for all
parties doing business in, or seeking information
about, tbe Islands. It is a " Handbook of informa
tion, on matters relating to tbe Hswaiian Islands,"
and is an excellent vade tnecum.
Our neighbor Oatettc, under a new
editorial management, states in to-day's
issue, a purpose to avoid anything like per
sonality ; and on the same page insinuates
that Hon. 8. K. Kaai is not the author of
his speed 1 at Kaumakapili ; that it
" smacks of a certain style of oratory," and
that the "howl against the Board of
Health is very amusing, coming from the
quarter it does." Now, this is mere in
sinuation and unjust suspicion ; and un
worthy of the principles of fairness of dis
cussion announced. The translation of the
speech in Saturday's Advertiser was not
literal, perhaps somewhat anglicized ; but
any one familiar with the native language
will recognize in the native version pub
lished in the Elele, the genuine ring of
Hawaiian thought and feeling, of which
the Honorable Noble, it is well known, is
an admirable exponent in his oratory.
Then away with your insinuation, it is
unfounded ; and an insult to this Hawaiian
cr Tbe prospectus of tbe College of St. Louis,
coutaios otitf feature which we regret to npeak olf
as novel in Hawaii Nei. We allude to the scheme
ot the Evening School Department. As slated in
the prospectus, tbe object uiuied at in the intuitu
tion of this department " ia to afford ull classes of
the community the means of acquiring a theoreti
cal aud practical knowledge of all commercial and
businevH transactions in daily use ; and also to
give an iosigbt iuUi the workings uud applications
of the different tradex." To attain this end, the
management ot ibe College do not intend to trust
to tbe theoretical or mere book knowledge, which
tbe non-practical teacher might impart. There is
evidently no intention to play with tbe subject.
Amateur teaching of the practical work of life is
of little value to any oue and would be utterly
useless in tho cusu of our native Hawaiian yuHth.
The leacbinir at St. Louis College, i to be ly
practical men men whit are earning their own
living by the arts which they are nbout lo leitcli.
The mauueuieul of the College itle itioVfil loi tu
ns te in securing Uih voluntary assistance ; at the
same time, honor in due to them lor the conception
uf this project, and their energy iu sucuriug ihe
assistance requisite to enable them to carry it out.
How different roi(ht not the slate of this uaiiou
be. had there been a constant devotion to the idea
of teaehin lt Hawaiian youth, agriculture ami
thrt handicrafts ! How many thousands who have
through idle and vicious babils sunk into prema
ture graves, might now have been living and been
active, producing members of the community, im
proving their own condition, whilst .hey were add
ing lu the wealth of ibe country. We bid the
Professors of the College of St. Louig, mid lb'ir
Udster-Artizttu Assistant, God speed in u good
work. They will need some pati Mice and per-i-everance
not to bo daunted by apparent luck of
success uot lo expect too much at once. Tin
bread tbey cast upon the waters " will surely
- return to them after many days."
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
g3rNotice is directed to the advertisement of the
RisJon Iron Works which appears in this issue.
1ST The schooner Mana has been thoroughly fu
migated by employees uf the police Department.
A promenade concert will shortly be given at
tbe new Musical Hall in aid of the British Benevo
H. T. Williams, a young man who arrived
here per City of A'tw York, d ied suddenly at the
Hotel last mgbt .
(7 Alatau T. Atkinson. Esq , Principal of Fort
Street School, takes tbe place or A. 8. Hartwell, E-q.
in the editorial management of tbe Gazette.
Cy A native woman gave birth to a child re
cently at Halawa, Molokai. with both ears on oue
side of ber bead, and all tbe hair on tbe other side.
The child is living, and healthy.
An old native? man, by the name of Keuloha
Pupuka. on Molokai. has confessed to having broke
into tbe store of J. Lima, at Kililua, on that island
to which we referred to some week ago. The
whole of the money was returned.
Akrival ok thk Storm Biro. Tbe brig Storm
Bird arrived iu port an the Ctb inst., 30 days from
Jaluit, baviug left there on the 7tb of Dec. Capt.
Teirnay reports that the Hawaii left Jaluit on the
7th of December, lor a cruise among tbe islands.
The Pomare bad not been heard from singe ber
departuro from Jaluit. The Storm Bird brings tu
the Board of Immigration. 28 men. 28 women and
1ST The California Theatre Company played to
a very fair audience at tbe Royal Hawaiian Thea
tre on tbe bib inst., presenting the melo drama.
Temptation, and tbe farce, Laughing Hyena, both
of which were well received. To-night, tbe sterling
comedy, David Garrick will be played, and as the
plot is highly interesting the play will be worthy a
Th new Musical Hall is now prepared and
adorned within for tbe reception of tbe public. We
lacked io at tbe first lighting up on Friday evening,
and were much pleased with the general effect pro
doced by a brilliant illumination. Tbe Wells Troupe
will open the Htll on Thursday evening next; and
will present aa an opening performance " Tbe Mar.
ble Heart." Tbe proceeds of this first opening en
tertainment are for tbe benefit of the building fund.
This Week of Prayer bas been well sustained by
numerous and earnest meetings at tbe Bethel at
noon, and tbe Fort st. lecture room in the evening.
Rev. Dr. Damon, and Rev. Mr. Freer, assisted by
Revs. Hyde, Bishop, Baldwin, and others have
aroused all hearers to a deeper interest in their
In tbe Supreme Court oo tbe 5tb inst, on
motion of Hon. Alfred 8. Han well, John Russell,
Esq., member of tbe Philadelphia bar, was admitted
to practice io the Courts of this Kingdom. Chief
Juttioe Harris presided, aud was pleased to welcome
tbe gentleman to tbo country and to tbe bar. We
extend to him a cordial greeting aud wish him
EST The position of Chsmberlain to tbe King
seems to be a fatal office. Five incumbents Mayor,
Hoapili, Boyd, Moebonua, and Becklcy have died
within seven years.
His Majesty accompanied by tbe Lord Chamber
lain, left port, per Lilelike. yesterday afternoon, to
pay a visit to tbe Island of Maui. The uiilitaiy
baud accompanies the royal parly.
J5f Gen. Furlong and a party of gentlemen now
staying at tbe Hawaiian Hotel, have taken passage
per Likelike to proceed next TuesJay to Windward,
intending to visit the scenes of volcanic action iu
Hawaii and the extinct crater of Ilalenkala on Maul
ET Prof. Benj. Owens, who bas lately arrived
here from San Francisco in charge of the celebrated
vocalist, Miss Ida Moling, has tot yeais been con
ductor of operas in ihe United Slates. He corns
with references from prominent peisons abroad lo
residents here, and intends to remain iu this city for
a short time.
EiT Our report of Rex vs. Tong Lee, which ap
peared iu last week's Advertiser. The case for the
crown Rex vs. Tong Lee. our report of which ap
peared iu last week's Advertiser, was not eon
ducted by Hon. V. N. Armstrong, who was uot at
the lime in the Kingdom, but by Mr. Preston, as
Acting Attorney General for Hon. J. S Walker.
L'CST Kapek the widow of the late Hon. W. L.
Moebonua, died on Thursday at C p. u. on tbe pre
mises of HalaanUni. She was the companion of one
of the b. st Hawaiians we have known. Moebonua
tbe Noble, belonged to an " old school " of Hawai
ian nobility of heart. We trust that he welcomes
bis late partner iu life to an immortality of happy
y All the Chinese laboreis per Cussutidra have
been contracted for, and as they have been relieved
from quarantine w ill proceed lo their several places
of labor. It is expected that the Meifoo and the Quia
ta will, together, bring to this port about 1300
more Chinese laboreis; and there is no doubt that
Hong Quon and Leo Ong, Ihe authorized ship
ping masters, will b enabled to place them all.
Br" The Fritnd of January appears with an eu
tertaining and instructive variety of matter. We
arc always pleased to find in It young Professor
Damon's ' Rambles in the Old World." be leading
us in this issue, into a famous scene of German
romance and adventure, the Harts Mountains. Io a
supplement we find tho address of Rev. Dr. Damon,
ou tbe occasion of the dedication of the fust Chinese
Church in Honolulu, which wc copy iu this issue of
O.tiio Coli eoe. Woik will be resumed at Puna
bou on Monday next- During Ihe recess workmeu
have been in possesion of the place making- improve
ments and puintiug and whitewashing. A wide
staircase has been erected, as an addition to the
uaiu building, affording access lo the schoolroom,
without taking up much needed space iu that room and
in the recitation ioouj below There bus beeu oo vaoa
'iou for tbe worthy Principal, whose lime has boen
taken up iu anxious superintendence of this work
and in pushing it ou so that lite plaoe might be
ready at the appointed time, for resumptiou of
Miss Ida Moiiriq. aud Mr. Benj. Owen, have
kindly volunteered their services at the opening of
the Hall of St. Johns College, on Tuesday eve.
Jauuary 17th. Mirs Mobrig comes here with tbe
highest reputatiou as an oratorio aud operatic singer;
possessing one of the most lovely voices, combined
with cultivation and style. The public may look
forward with a great deal of pleasure, to the musical
Ueat in store for them. Mr. Benj. Owen, of late
accompanist to Wilhelmj And Putti, will on tbis
occasion accompany his talented pupil.
vIIaces at tub Park. The races which look place
at Kapiolani Park on New Year's afternoon were
well attended aud proved interesting The advertised
races were two in number and consisted of a trotting
race, mile beats, ticst two iu three, for a parse of
$400, and ruuuiug race, half mile nud repeat for a
purse of $200. The entries for Ihe trotting race
were grey stallion King William, diiveu by James
Dodd, bay mare Polly Vat den driveu by J. Shaw,
aud the bay colt Little Giant driven by W Lishmau.
All the horses entered, eUtied, mid the race waa
woti by ti. m. Dolly Varden iu two heats, U 05, 8.07,
Little Uiant second. King William distanced. Tba
entries for the running race were Lady MuLf-llan,
ridden by Clarence Macfsrlnne, and Telephone
ridden by H B Hales. This race was won by Lady
McLelliui iofj8j, '.). Exhibition was made of the
two noted trotters Oliver and Tln.uius II. and with
this and a few scrub running races the day's spurts
at the Park ended.
His Ex. Kahai'UI.a Bkx'kut, was born at Waimea,
Hawaii, November 20, 181" ; sou of W. 0 Beckley
and tlie Chiefcss Rubin u. He received a good edu
cation. He was made Purser of the steame
Kilauea shortly after her arrival here. On the ae
cession of His M ijesly. he was removed from tbe
Kiluuea and appointed second clerk lu Ihe Land
office. On the denth of the laic E H. Boyd, creating
a vacancy iu the oUice of His Majesty's Cbamberleiu,
he was appointed lo the place. Wheu be resigned
this position he went lo Molokai, and enieied into
caue pUmio oo his lands ou that lelaud At I lit
lant vl'.-iiiiii of A 'presenialives for Ihe Legislative
ArM'iuMy, he w is it tui ned fur the district of Moloka,
and Luirti Oo the appointment of Hon. J. E. Busb,
to the oflioe ot Minister of the Interior, he was mads
Governor of I lie island of Kauai, which position be
held at the time of bis death, Friday moiuing early,
January 7, 1881. He leaves bel.iud him a widow,
one boy and four girls, a brother uud sister, aud a
Urge circle of relatives and friends to moorn bis
loss. He was noted lor his kind and genial manner ;
he was a steady aud upright mau, a loving husband
and a kiud father, aud it will be h ud lo nud oue to
fill bis place among his race. His funeral will take
place on Sunday.
The Chixk.sk Ciilucii On 8und iy last the
Chinese Clinch on Foi l street was opened for pub
lic reivice, and solemnly dedicated to the worship
of God. Mr. Sit Moon, the 1'aslor of Ihe Church,
officiated at Ihe moruitig aerviue, uud alter prayer.
Sciii'.ure reading, and :t hymn, read an historical
statement of the formation of the elmrch. Ihtt
initiation of the buildiuu' fond, and ib maimer in
which the Sacred enterprise hud bi-i-u support"..
Psalm 24, was then rend, after which Mr. Goo
Kim read an address, and on behalf of tbe Btm i
ing Committee, presented the ke of the building
lo the Piistor. This was followed by a solemn act
of dedication, read by Mr. Sit Moon. After pray r
and a hymn. Mr. Suing Chuck ud dressed tbe ci.li.
Kregaliou. and at the close of tho service, tbe Uev.
Dr. Hyde offered up a dedicatory prayer. There
was a communion in Him ulternoon, at which the
Rev. Dr. Hyde und ihe Rev. W. Frear officiated.
The Rev. S. E. Bishop, then read u pusxage n
Scripture in English and offered a prayer. This
was followed by Dr. Damon's address, setting
fiNth what had been done to spread Christianity
among Chinese residents in the Hawaiian King
dom. The full text of ibis address will be fouud
in the fourth page of this issue, of the P. C.
Advkktisek. A hymn wai then sung in the Chi
nese language and the Benediction was pro
nounced by Ihu Rev. Mr. Kuaea.
Recont Hotel Arrivals.
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W. 8. Rhoade, J. B. Fayard, Thos Herbert, A.
Foster, II. T. Williams, Mies Ida Mohrig. R. Owen,
John D. Spreckfcls and family. Cbas. Ellis, John
Ruseel and wife, Jas. A. Kennedy, Jonathan Shaw,
Joseph Moore, W. 8. Braden, W. J.'Dwyer, J. 8.
McCandless, John Ogle, and Ed. Luther, all of San
H. J. Grunwall. New Bedford; Capt. Chas. L.
Orange, O. G. Munkhouse of Berne; W. F. John
stone, R. C. Mallon, Kauai; M. Green, F. Sinclair
aud wife, Niihau; Thos. Prince, John Glcasoo, E.
Halstead. J. A. Anthon, Hanalei; Carl Mohr,
Vienna; Geo. Chas. E. Furlong. New York; Htnry
A. Woolley, Salt Lake; Jas. A. Gardner, Salt Lake;
S. E. WoolleyGrantsville; Df D. B.nks McKeniie,
Boston; Capt J. E. Le Ballistcr, Jas. II. Thomas,
Cal.; J. II- .Ashley, Ed. A. Burchardt, Kau; Capt.
Thos. Spencer, Jas. W. Girvin, Wailuku; Jas.
Potter. Hawaii; T bos. Johnstone, Hawaii . . ,
E?" See to-Iay Supplement.