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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1856-1888, January 15, 1881, Image 3

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dS Honolulu. Hawaiian Itlanda. (79
K.UbluhrJ in Cbicaj( '- 51 Loot. York and Cincinnati,
anj having teiUlr branrh-a in all the principal Cukes ol the
Ocr objrcf in thre isUml. la tx the purpote of opljicf
an no mar w the nccraaity or ornamenting toe aalouo and
ubatitaling Willi b.lharj.
Non Plus Ultra of the Trade !
ar TaLU are unJuahtnllr the heat evt-r manufactured,
aJ oar Caalttona are hichlr appreciati-d, having received the
tmiarmnmc of the bt Profr-iool and Auatrar TUyera
taronjhoat Ihe orUl. Our (ootia are admitted bjr even.oar
boldest em(M-Mor In be aoequalled in bnnlf, quality, and
loiatt. and mm cave the moat extensive astablisttntent of the
sort la lite world.
We caa fill orlers with frrafr facility, and afford better
satiactioo than an? ether fMuard Tafcte manufacturers
The aaders'fiMil wnabl moat respectfully aak the attetilioo
at tne citisens ot the i.lamls ti th-
Nu ia sxe and imported fern the Urf maaafactarrrs.
A sd would svmur b ay that the Tablrs eaiisot be in
an way eacrit.il. All Ci.airH. flayrra ami experts pro
auuncv thera
No. 1. & the Best Tables Manufactured-
All Chaaupxio rmn ac4 th- bicrest runs axe anajeo
tae Maaarrli T a fc I r a throughout the L'rulrd Males
aud Europe.
All iafcrsnala required can be had by apply iu to the no.
Immnmi, who will fee most happy to recrive order for any ul
me Tables, aacn aa
. u
W hick are the Tables of the Day.
Urders ulicile.l 1 any rart of or fuU outfl: ia the billiard
Line, auca aa
Cloths. Balls, Cues, Racks, Markers,
Bridges. Maces, Chalk, Tips. &c.
I wouM also call t notice, the Beautiful
Revolving Parlor Billiard Table, with
Monarch Cushions.
Stationery Parlor Billiard Table, with
the Monarch Cushions.
The Parepa, Bagatelle and Pigeon Hole
Which are of luperi.r quality arfcl flni-h.
The last bat not lrat Mmn the
A beautiful Table, much anited Ur aalona purposes. These
Tables are both iwfal and ornamental and ait suitable to
parties bavins: rall parlors and rooaia.
Tbe abort Tables. otitflK, Ac. aol every thins; In the Bil
Hard Liae, anil be put d-wn U the lsrrst Figure and wir
ranled ia trf arlealar. or no sle. Tjbfe-a in use generally
a the Coast . and Ji9.
For full pa - jLra please ad.lina
Uoaoiulu, II. I.
igral fmr Ikr J. M. liraaawlrk JL Kialke C'.
Prize Standard Nonpareil Novelty Tables
Ant ia daily aae and en be ma at lh- Conimerrial Billiard
far lor a, corner ul Nuiwna Avnuesiwl rWetn.a street, an
det the superior Bunnfmenl of C. II- tnx, Kq . who la aU
ways ia alteatlanc to luttrurt an'J attnud tu wants of the
Lusers af the CLK.
(Under the charge ul MR BtBr K T Kr.lNJ..)
Attached to the al-w ia morally suppte.l siih I'HOICE
iriliMPAC.HK. flllMBERTIV,
I A HKlK.t. JLr..
WUalMtoors oihebet bra i l. aj.ic sjilh polite aUrntka
combtne to make it the at at ple-jaant place ol report and
refreskment io the cny
a27 n Prrltsr.
Horses, Buggies, Harnesses, and
Orders Uka IM i'OKTCtl liORMM and Bl;UI3cf
eery descriptoxt.
Tony StaMes, Kiiij-street.
NO. 34, UofKL MfBK.T. IIO.NOI.H LI-.
The Iarsei
ooIct, Sllltl
Ivh1 Kept
Diisriisr& boom
Meals served at aU Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Market
Tabic Board $4 to $5 per Week.
In a Good Paying Business I
-AO K Now I. t'.tm K ttV TIIK BTSIXESS
I repaired. A nu with as macb capital as lbs present
Proprietur Io be aa
Active Salesman and Attend to Outside
Orders, is what is Wanted.
18 If KNQcitCV: AT 75 HOTEL. 8TEKKT.
f materials ia ear line, we, Ike andersifoed. hare been
coan palled a raise the price lor horseshjeinf . Ua and after
Ike 1st day of Fek . 1 3 SO, oar prices wiU be as (oOosrs:
Hand-made ibs. ........... ................S3-0O
Heel and Toe r)oes. 3.0O
Machine Made rt hoe.. IN
a. WEST.
Jlooolulo, Jan. 23th, 1)90
'I'w ui hksiuexts op iirivni.in.iT
A and the other Islands, before purchasing or ordering eias-
WOere. call at one Rlor. ntn fAM m a d- a. i
, " - - - . .v.. ww nuj auu vsaiii
Maw WM( b K Vg
DaCy Goods !
Fancy Goods ! !
Cutlery, Vases, Accordeons,
Pianos and Organs. Socks,
Underclothing, Towels, Bedspreads,
Soaps, Perfumery,
Solid & Plated Jewelry, Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipes, Soda Waters,
la Fact, the Great leal Variety la Haaalala.
itoars 8 30 a m to 9 p. m. Eatardaya for the accommoda-
x an. open noui II p. n. Orders solicited.
Premiums for 1880-81 !
leoniltlflll I TirATTIAC T
JUUUil lilt XUE JMlAJi3
Beir.f determined not oolv to keen an with the times, bat in
seep .need ol all competitors, I hare had fotua up fl V K
LARUK C'llROMUS. 13 br 18 laches In also, and
shall eiee TIIK FIVK FKEB Io erery subscriber to
tne r I KtslUt VISITOR X Ia additioa to this. I
saaii not only keep the VISITOR, up la ita present stand.
ara. at shall materially improve it daring the year. Oar
wnromoe are made la pure Oil Colors, and ara printed ia 20
cowrs, ana any oesenpuoa imifbl aurcpt to fir of them
woald not do them lattice, yet I will sire oar readers a nartial
description of them, ia order that they can ret some idea of
neir aoTeuness :
No. 1 Is a floe Chrotno done la pare Oil Colors, in 20 Drinu
rags, sac ij vj is incnes, enutiea:
Beware I Beware ! for
" She is loolinx thee.
She la fooling thee, .
Trust ber not
Ob, trust ber not ! n
This auM-ct is represented by a beaaUfol you a? lady sillinc
in a rustic chair, beneath the overaanclnc branches of a fine
old rim tree ; she is faoltleaaly dressed, with her loos, f olden
ringlets hanging down o-r ber shoulders; io ber lap is a show
er of beautiful dowers. Near by is a beautiful waterfall, while
in tne dutanee lower mountain peaks. Taken aa a whole. It
is a lovely picture the beautiful lady in the rustic chair in a
thoughtful mood, luxuriant foliage all around, the beautiful
flowers, the landscape, with the blue canopy of hesren o er
all combine to lorm aa eocuanUna; scene, and one that can
not tail to satisfy all.
No. 2 ia a fine Oil Chromo. Io 20 colors, sise 13 by 18 la-
cnes. eontled :
Gathering Ferns.
A beautiful girl of eight years is out gathering ierns she la
barefooted, with no hat on her head, the wlod playing with
her roUea locks, rihe has her apron lull of ferns. II ia A
beautiful picture of ebikliah beauty and innocence, aod cannot
fall to And favor io the eyes of all. The coiormg of tbe land
scape is very hoe. In the distance Is seen the little one's
home. Tne picture, as a whole, is very beautiful and true to
nature. It Is well worth the price of a years subscription to
the FIR SCSI UB VISITOR, yet every subscriber gets
Ibe VISITOR a year, and the live chromoa lor the small
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chromo ia 20 colors, sise 13 by 18 inch
es, entitled
Happy Dreams oTCliildliood..
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, a beauti
ful girl of three years of age. be is sweetly sleepiog with
her doll clasped ia ber bands. Over and above ber are seen
angel forms scattering flowers and blessings on the head of
the dear one. Beside her Couch is sitting ber mother intently
watching her child, while her bands have paused In the fancy
needle-work on which she is engaged. It is a beautifully
sweet picture, and will find a warm place in every mother's
heart ia tbe land. The child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
hovering around ita lips, tbe angel forms o'er bead, tbe mother
watching her dear one, the rich draperies and furniture of
Ibe room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of Ihe old masters, and cannot fail to be
appreciated by all.
So. 4 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, sise 13 by 18 inch
es, entitled:
The jVXxito Appeal.
This subject represents a beautiful Italian girl, dressed in
ber native costume. 8be ia what ia known as a Ktreet Mualc
iaa, and earns her livelihood by her violin and voice. She
ha. played and sang to the crowd, and has quietly folded her
right arm over aod around her violin, while ber left arm ia
ouiatreched, tbas mutely appealing to the public to give her
what they may. It is a lovely picture. The girt, though only
a strolling player, is rarely beautiful tbe sweet, beseeching
expression of the face could but make the most sordid find the
way iutw Ibeir pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
of Hie richest pictures we have aeen for many a day. It ia
bruayht out io Oil Colors, and is equal In every respect, to
any oil painting, and few caa tell whether it ia an Oil Chromo
or an nil Painting, so faithfully it is reproduced. To sea it is
to fall in love with it at once, aod every one who sees It, will
have It.
No. a is a fine Oil Chromo io 20 colors, sise 13 by 18 inch
es, entitled
The Reward !
This is a companioo piece to No. 4. It representa a beauti
ful Italian girl (entirely unlike the other.) 8he is also a
Street Musician, earning her livelihood with her voice and
violin; the has played to her audience, and baa received her
reward in Ibe share ol a shining silver piece which she Is
Lotding in her band.wblle a smile of delight, at her success.
hover, on her lipa. snd her face Is radiant. It Is a very lovely
picture. This Chromo aboe is worth twice the cost of a
year, subscription to the FIRESIDE VISITOR, yet
auha.-rir-TS will receive the r II K foregoing large Inroaos
KKKK.sd.! the VISITOR a year for a single dollar.
That each subscriber receives th foregjing FIVK
KIR IDE VISITOR a year for a single dollar, and
both papers sod chromoa are send postpaid In every case. Mo
publisher in this country ever offered sa much for a single
dollar and fulfilled it. I promise oaly what I know I caa
The nralersigoed, Bole Agents for the Hawaiian la lands,
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of this Kingdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United States,
that the Hawaiian postage is EXTRA lor Chromos aod Pa
pers. ;ubcritMe covering all expenses. f,1.2 a year in advance.
XT Subscription list bow open. XX
Igrats wasted all Tr the Kligdaa; Writ for
PICKERING & C0.f Honolulu, H. I.
Reflector, Compaoiua, and Guide to the Great Tralha of the
Aod illustrating the diversities ot auaaa character and the
qualities of the baoaan heart. Consisting of Six
Isooks iu One Volume,
Profusely Illustrated ty Object-Teaching
Pictures !
Showing the pain and misery resulting from vice, and the
peace and happiness arising from virtue.
BY JUU.N W. BARBER, sad Others.
This as the asost original work, without question, la re
ligious literal are ever produced ia our country aa unique
and quaiot ia Us way as Banyan's nuaous allegory:
Aatoog the world of books, K is the only one that instructs
ia Christianity and human nature on the principle ol object
teaching- feople who would seldom open the Bible itself ara
attracted Io this work, tor it is a big picture-book ia religion.
Kvery picture, too. enforces a principle. Mo book extant so
instaotly represents the Gospel no, not even Ihe Bible Itself
as this, by its appeala through tbe eye.
Over one hundred and thirty topics are introduced and en
larged wuJ illustrative pictures, such as Repentance,
ra.ia, Hope, Love, J oat ice. Time brings up Truth, Tbe Med
or of Righteousness. The Memory of Wickedness, Brotherly
Kindaesa, rhe Selfish Man. Tha Christisa Church, The 8yna
gogoe of satan. The Safe Bridge. The L'naafe Bridge. True
aria False Principles, Carnal geenrity, faith and Works, The
Heavenly nhepherd. The Joys ol Saltation, The End of
II a man Greatness, Ac.
Tbe author ia now aa old man. His life has been filled and
rounded out with good works. He wss bora ia the last years
of tne last century, ia the administration of George Wash
ington. In 1812 he was apprenticed to learn the art of en
graving. More taaa a half a ceatary ago h. began, in a
small way, aa aa author. A book about that time was pro
tected by him, under the title of the "Loo king -Glass." coo
tainiog the essential features of this volume. His earliest
publications were large emblematic religious engravings, one
af which, in the hands of our missionaries fifty years agowaa
the main instrumentality in the ooveraioa of the ttaeen of
the Sandwich Islands.
Tbe pictures in the M Bible Lookinf-C!aasM art aO from hie
drawlnt s, and many of them eograved by him. They show
great ingenuity ia design. They are not meant to be artistic,
but to cunvey at a g Lance some principle of truth vital la
hamaa welfare. The costumes are those of the American
people whea Mr. Barber was young-elxty years ago. They
are bow o-faahioaed. The Cansiiaa religion itself, we be
l,rT., is not considered aew-faahiciiad. , w ,
The work has great popularity, over 100,000 copies having
already passed from ihe hands of Canvassing Agents into
th.- ol tlie people, where, tyiog upon tbe tables of thousands
of families, it hss acted as a coutioual teacher of the Gospel.
The Bible looking-Glaas" being la quarto form, is a com
nankm ia shape and character to the Family Bible, which it
reflects and explains. While the work U thoroughly evangel
leal and orthodox, no peculiar denominational doctrinea are
advoeatedVooly the great cardinal priaciptea of Christianity,
in whicti good people everywhere believe.
The mechamcai execution of this work bt worlhyof lis
literary excellence, while the low price at which it Is offered
places it within the reach of all.
gold exclusively by bscriptioo.
It is printed oo fine Rose-Tint Paper, contains nearly j0
p, and I. bound in the most durable binding, aod will be
furnished to subscribers at the following priors i
Vim KnglUa Cloth. (Green), Paneled Bides, Gilt Centre, $4.60
French Morocco, fail Gilt and Paneled, ----- CM
T T aod the general public, that they have formed a Co
partnership for the purpose of carrying oa Ibe baaiaess ol
Carriage Building,
Harness Making,.
And have engaged the services of
First-Class Workmen
Hb are Thoroughly icqialsted nUk all the
details f
X rlxk3.xt3.lzic:,
Falutiue and
HaruosH IIalx.inei
We are Prepared to Furnish
Teasoniible Pi'icen,
(oc23 ly)
Freight. FaCakaQes.
From All Parts of Honolulu
Furniture Handled with Care 1
rr Special Attention siren to Shipping and Re-shipping; of
BAGUAu K. Office and Order mate at rlt.Ks.KINQ Co.'s
Store, Corner of Fort and King Streets. Also, an Order Box
rost Office. olS 3m
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, up Stairs.
Mra. Poole Woald Respectfully Call ibr A l-
IomiIom of Lad lea to Uer Very
which cannot fail to give the necesaary eaae and
grace so essential in fitting every flgare.
Special Attention will be given to
B7 Ladies Riding Habits a Specially. Also, lbs Latest
Parisian, London and New York Fashions on View, for tbe
Benefit of Fatrons.
tOT Orders from the Other Islands
Receive Prompt
sr 25 ly
Passenger Express
HENRY BRYANT. Proprietor.
Prlaelpal Oaw.ce, No. SO Vloeyasd Street.
pa- Freight Baggage aid Parcels of all kinds
carried U aid fraa the landings of Jfaalaea, Kahn
Ul and Walhee, aid ta all parts af Wallika Wa.
aee, Kahilil, Spreekelsillle aid Makawaa.
Tourists wishing Guides or Horses
can be Supplied on Short
Notice, and
-At Reasonable Rates !
al3 3m
ft Mpirit ia ss plain opoa the hrarens aod apoa tbs earth.
condemning- to destruction this wicked Kingdom of dishonest
saea, aa it was upon the walls of Belihatiar's dining room in the
midst of bU thousand banqueters. M K.VE MEM ICTCKCL
(JPUARaiV eras written on the walls which noone of
bis guests could understand until bis Queen sent for Daniel
who told the King, God hath numbered thy Kingdom and fin
ished it; tbou art weighed In the balance aod art found
wanting, thy KingJom ia giren to the Medes aod Persians
that night Bclahsixsr waa slain. Darius then undertook bis
Kingdom, when ZbXa T. nOSB stepped ia with
CARTS. They are built of Ibe Best Material that can be
had In tbe East, as all my stock is selected by a Special
Agent, and by that means 1 am enabled to do the Hood Work
that I do. I wish also to can attention to the line carriages
that I aa turning out.
Beg pardon. I must relate a little incident thai occurred a
few days ago. One of my HIGHLY FINISHED
CARRIAGES was standing near the Drinking Fountain
on King Ptreet, when a gentleman and lady were passing by
and all at one the horse took fright aod nearly become n
manageable; but the driver got tbe animal auieted down, and
be came in with the same weight be went oat with, and saved
stakes. But come to investigate the matter, Ihe bone took
fright from seeing his shadow in M X UIOHLT FIN
ISHED CARRIAGE that was standing near the
Fountain. I also am finishing up some very nice FAM I
TONS, which I shall soon have ready for sale. Also,
everything pertaining to CA RRlAOE WORK, will be
BE, as you aU know that I have bad NO VISITS TO
THE STATES OR EUROPE; and my low rents
aod plain manner of living enables me to coma down to tbe
oSu Sm
to and lochuting the Wih day of August, must be settled with
J. H. Black only. And all indented oe up so tha same data
will be settled b j J H. BLACK.
Hosoiulo, Angus! 30, IS80. f
It Las fUtW Bis Majesty U King to appoint Part
r"i:jii Kskoi, Esquire, Gorernor of the Island of
KAoat, ri Fis Excellency F. WP Beckley, deceased.
Folaat Palace, January 12th. ltril.
Sile ui Least of Ooverniiieut Land on Wednesday,
FtkrXtry lib. at the front entrance of Aliiolanl Hale,
at 3 cclotk : :n will be sold t Public Auction, the
lsai of t:-a:t of land belonging to the Government,
fraowa aa Et-.:. situated In tie district of Honuaula.
Teitnt, yenre lease, upaet price 1125 per annum,
j-iytt'e sec.i act -ally in advance.
H. A. P CAKTEB, Minister of tha Interior.
Interior 02W, .-.-unary 4th, 1881. ja8-3t.
Boundary Notice.
whereas, the nn le-signed has been requested by Hon.
Wm C.Pat is, to properly define tha boundaries of the
AhuMtea of Pu&eloa. situated in Ukumehame, Lahalna,
Isls,-1 of Ma ?!. H. L Therefore, it ia hereby made
knoiv to al! owti- of ahupuua, ilia and tract of
lah adjoinlr r Puaal .a. that Wednesday. January 19tn.
18bl t 10 aon.. tt my uJlce, at Lahainm, ia the time and
plac ft" harlJr ib requests. L. AHOLO.
jij Commissioner.
Uy virtue of au tLoi ty vested in the Minister of the In
terior tbe Rules and Er-ilationa for carriages. Wagons.
Prays. uu hire In the District are hereby amended.
Tha fallowing sunds are abolished : Msuka aide of
Merchan. street, from east corner of Bethel.
Makat of HoKl strfet, from east corner of Fort
The follow ng ara new stands established: Makai side
of Merchant street, east of Fort street. .
Makai side (f. Merchant at.-eat opposite Sailor's Home.
Makai u'. ' of Hotel Strctt from Brewer's Block east.
On the aUnd hereby established not more than at
carriages will be allowed to stand at any one time.
H. A.. P. CASTER, Kialster of the Interior.
Notice t , reby gu tbst tbe police are Instructed to
prevent th- "-ending of etpreaes for hire on places not
authorized ; tha regulations. jal 3t
, y
Rev. J. H. ha a thu day boen appointed an Agel
to take Ack "tueuU o Labor Contracta for Hani
lei, Kauai bavi. ; iv iued frou th Pistrict of Kawaihau.
n. A, P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Jal St
Interior Ol . .
Dec. 27, Ick.
The following gentlemen twrv this day been appoint
ed Agents to take Acknowledge ints to Contracts for
Labor, for tbe District of Wailukn, maul :
John Richardson, vice 3, Haole, resigned.
Kaneholaui, vice J. J. Hal&tead, resigned.
Interior Office, Minister of the Interior.
Dec. 27. 1880. jal 3t
Sealed Tenders will be received st the Office of the
Minister of the Interior until Saturday, the 15th day of
January, 1881, for supplying Oahu Prison and the Insane
Asylum at Kalaepohaltu with goou fresh ee ana ..tt
Beef at so much per pound and in such quantities as may
be required from day to day.
All supplies for the Prison subject to the approval of
the Marshal: those for the Insane Asylum, to the ap
proval of the Superintendent. H. A. P. CARTER,
interior umce, minister 01 iuo luwnur.
Dec. 31. 1&80. Jal 3t
Regulation of tne Board of Health.
All the Passengers per steamer Cassandra aro declared
in Quarantine and are ordered to report to tbe Sheriff, as
Agent of tbe Board of Health, and any person who shall
harbor any of tbe Passengers on their premises, without
notifying the Agents of the Board of Health, ahall be
prosecuted, under rlectlon 25 or the civil code.
dw 3t tt. A. y. CABTER,
President Board of Health.
Extract from the Civil Code Law relat
ing to Public Vaccination.
Section 309. Tbe Minister of the Interior shall ap
point, upon the recommendation of the Board of Health,
a suitable person to De vaccinating omcer in eacn or tne
guber natorial divisions of the kingdom, who shall re
ceive such salary, aa may, from time to time, be appropri
ated by the Legislature, and 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 he
will attend at such place to inspect the progress of such
vaccination in the persons 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, illness, or absence of the father
or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person having
charge of such child, shall, within six months after its
birth, or at the earliest opportunity after, take such child
to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose of being vac
Skctiox 312. Upon the eighth day. following the day
on which any child baa been vaccinated, the father,
mother, guardian, or other person having charge of said
child, ahall again take such child to the vaccinating
officer, that he may ascertain by inspection the result of
such operation.
Section 313. If the vaccination Is found to be success
ful, the officer shall deliver to tbe father, mother, or
other person having charge of the child, free of charge,
a certificate that the child has been successfully vac
cinated, and shall note the same in a book to be kept by
such officer for that purpose.
Skctiom 314. On the presentation of any child to be
vaccinated, should the officer deem tbe child to be in an
unfit state to be vaccinated, he 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 f nture time.
Section 315. The vaccinating offioera shall visit the
several stations appointed by them, at least once in ev
ery six months, and oftener, if required so to do by the
aiintster ot tne interior, or tioara ot ueaitn.
Section 316. Every parent, guardian, or other person
having the charge of any child, who shall refuse or neg
lect to comply with the provisions of the law respecting
vaccination, ahall be subject to a fine of five dollars :
one-half of which ahall be paid to the Informer.
Suction 317. The aeveral vaccinating officers shall
keep a faithful record of their transsctions, and make an
annual report of the same to the Minister of the Interior.
dll Minister of tha Interior.
Licenses Expiring in January, 1881.
1 Akina. Kalihi
1 P Dalton, King st Honolulu
1 Whitney A Robertson, Merchant st "
3 Lum Wal Kee. Nuuanu at
3 8 D Burrows, Hotel st "
5 Ban Wo Cbong A Co. Hotel at
B Hop Hung, Beretania st "
6 Tib bets A Sorenson. TJlakobeo '
C Chlng On, Nuuanu st "
8 Lewers A Dickson, Fort st "
8 Chulan A Co, Nuuanu st "
10 Ah Teck " "
10 Honolulu Iron Works, TJlakobeo
13 Lain Plantation Co. Laie, Koolauloa
13 Chung Wo, Nuuanu st Honolulu
18 Wong Park.
19 Akoi. " "
20 Ahoon A Akana, Kaalaea. Koolaupoko
22 T J Moaaman,cor King A Nuuanu st, Honolulu
23 m
33 Conches A Ahung, " "
24 Sing Chong A Co, Hotel at '
' 20 Hop Hing, cor Nuuanu A Beretania st "
28 Anee, King at
ICC Bennett, Kahnlui plains
I Mrs C Warren, Wailukn
3 Jaa W Girvin
13 L Akana, Haiku
30 Wong Alan, Malt aw ao
3 Akiona, Kaioplhl, North Kobala
7 Tong Wo A Co, "
7 Thomas 8pencer, Hilo
8 Tuck Ong,A Co. Makapala. North Kohala
13 Sea Wo Lung A Co, Naehu, Kau
19 Hoo Oin, Punahoa, Hilo
19 W H Holmes. Waiplo. Hamakua
26 Ab Fawa, Niulil, North Kohala
27 C Meineike, Waiohlnn. Kau
28 Lea Kan, Koae, Puna
14 Chong Yuen A Co, Nawlliwlll
19 Kong Lung A Co, Kilauea
20 O S Pinkham, Koloa
24 Ahana, "
So Pahana, Hanalel
27 Aloiau, Kapaa, Kawalhaa
IHE Mclntyre Bros, cor Fort A King ata, Henelulu
Kwong Tin Sing A Co, Nuuanu st "
r I Pereira A Viecra, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
29 F A Scbaefer A Co, Kaahumana st, Honolulu
1 Ab Pan, Koloa. Kauai
4 Ah Fo, Lahaina, Maul
10 John Smith, Hilo, HatsaU
10 Tong Lum, Hotel st. Honolulu
13 Aeonchee. Nawiliwili, Kauai
14 Ahi, Nuuanu st. Honolilu
14 Chong Teo, Lahaina, Maul
19 Ahea and Ah Hin, Nawiliwili. Kauai
19 Kong Lung A Co, Kilaaea, Kawaihau, Kauai
23 Allen A Btackpole, Karaihae, Hawaii
24 Tung Hang, Nuuanu st. Honolulu
29 Wong Ham. Makawao. Maul
38 WL Davis, Makawao, Maul
19 Foo Blau, Haiku. Haul
8 Leong Kau, Kauai
14 A pan a, Molokai
- 26 AA Chong. Kauai
2 Mabels, Honolulu
2 Kamal.
27 J B Black, Kona, Oahu
Bureau of Immigration Ordinance-
In pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the Legis
lative Assembly, approved on the thirtieth day of De
cember. A. D. lsui. entitled An Act to provide for tne
importation of laborers and for the encouragement of
immigration." and of an Act approved on the 2.ini day of
Jane, A. D. l$6$. entitled " Au Act to extend the powers
of the Bureau of Immigration.
Be it ordained by His Majesty in Privy Council on the
recommendation of the Minister of the Interior, and the
Bureau of Immigration as follows: Whereas it is advis
able in order to protect the public from the spread of
contagious digeuies, that Immigrants arriving in this
Kingdom, should be subject to thorough inspection, and
Whereas it is advisable that a place should be provided
for them, where they cau be protected from the opera
tions of designing persons and accommodated with suit
able tood and lodging, until they shall have had a res
sonaoie time to secure suitable employment.
Therefore, be it ordained. First. On the arrival of
ana ship or vessel at any port of this Kingdom, having
miy or more immigrants on board seeking employment
in this Kingdom, said immigrants shall not be landed
from any such ship or vessel until permission to do so
shall have been granted by the President, or by an Agent
or tne Board or immigration.
Second. When such permission is obtained the com
manding officer of the vessel, bringing said immigrants,
shall cause them to be lauded at such place provided by
the Board of Immigration as msy be indicated by the
Agent or the Board of Immigration as aforesaid.
Third. Any officer of any vessel bringing immigrants
as aforesaid, who shall land or allow any such passen
gers or immigrants to be landed, and any person who
snail rid and abet in tne landing of any such passengers
or immigrant without the permission and otherwise
than in the manner as in the two preceding articles pro
vided for, shall be liable to pay a fine not exceeding the
sum of One Thousand Dollars, on conviction before any
Police or District Magistrate.
Fourth. All immigrants landed in the place aforesaid
shall be subject to the inspection of the Agent of the
Board of Health, and to such orders as the Board of
Health may make in the interests of the health of the
immigrants or that of the public.
Fifth. Proper Interpreters and facilities shall be
afforded by the Board of Immigration to enable all such
immigrants to make engagements lor their services, uu
derstandingly and fairly and authority is hereby given
to the Board of Immigration, to prevent alt unautnorizeu
intrusion upon such immigrants and to take such
measures as may be conducive to the comfort, personal
cleanliness and good order of such immigrants while
residing in the said place provided.
Sixth. On the engagement of any such immigrants to
labor made while at the place aforesaid, every employer
shall pav a fee of five dollars for each imiuigaut en
gaged by him, which shall be applied by the Board of
Immigration towards the expenses or the maintenance of
tbe said place and of the immigrants tneretn.
Seventh. Immigrants not desiring to make engage
ments for labor shall before leaving the depot furnish to
the President of tbe Board of Immigration satisfactory
evidences, that they will not become vagrants or a
:harge on tbe community for their support.
.Eighth. This ordinance shall take effect on Its publi
cation in one or more newspapers published in Honolulu.
Done at Iolani Palace, this 14th day of January, A. D.
1881. KALAKA.UA Bex.
By the King :
H. A. P. Cabtku, Minister of Interior.
jl5 tf
CfliimtcrnaJ ibtrnscr.
EST See supplement with this day's issue.
C3 Our neishbor wants an ' enlinhtener " to
, . translation to do. Clevare !
I . .-.v. .
Uievare ! ! xaaa ! xaas ! !
" Tbe King can do no wrong ; therefore
we regret that His Majesty was advised to speak
officially or past 14 mistakes.'
Most ol our inter-island steamer were
delayed this week by the prevalence of strong
southerly gales.
A foot race between two local youths, ambi
tious of notoriety, ta to be run at Kapiolani Park this
afternoon. Tbe course is to be one half mile ; the
stakes are $50 a side.
85F We leurii that Ilia Majesty Hit? King was
pleased to receive Mr. Jo!in Russell and wife. late
of Philadelphia, at Iolani Palace on Tuesday the
11 instant.
Dn ri hi; the ulisouce of th Hon. W.
Arni9tr-jii. the Attorney Generalship will remain
vacant, and Ilis Ex Ih A. P. Carter will be tho
Acting Attorney General. Mr. W. O. Smith has
been appointed deputy Attorney General.
The evening Kchool department of St. Louis
College. 73 Beretania St. will be opened on Mon
day evening at "J r. m. It is oxpected that
soverul (f eutl.-m-Mi will .-n-:ik on the occasion, and
all friend? of education aie inviied.
Mitis Mohrig has promised to sing two or
three of her songs next Tuesday evening, at the
conclusion of the lecture which Professor E. Nichols
is to give at St. Louis College. Professor Benjamin
Owen will accompauy his talented pupil.
. P. Ward artesian boring has provedl"
successful. Wnier was reached at u depth of
little over 500 leet, and is now fiowing freely from
the well. Ttie boring is to be continued another
hundred feet or so to secure if possible a larger
.mlsiu. tin i:tii"i win irive a concert in .rJinina
Square this utlernoou. at lour o'clock. Tbe lul
lowing is tbe programme
March lljbcrtun ,
Overture Fra Diavolo
Cavatina The Martyrs
Selection Jerusalem
Waltz Ohantilly
Polka The Colonel
The nomination of D. A. McKinley as Con
sul at Honolulu wan procured by hU brother,
Congressman McKinley of Ohio, then? being, so
far as known, no recoimneinlalions lor his appoint
ment on ble Iroiii any member ot the California
delegation. Up to ihe latest dates, the appoint
ment nau not oeeii conurmeu.
!Sr An officious police officer.engaged in search
ing the "Eureka" for stowaways.nearly got himself
into trouble the other day by invading the private
i caDin oi tne captain wiinout leave. A prompt
apology tendered by the Chief of Police to Cap
tain and Mrs. Nurd berg through Ihe Acting
American Consul. Mr. Hastings, was through Ihe
good offices ol tbe latter gentlemen allowed to
smooth over the difficulty. Express.
Land Sale. The administrator ot tbe estate of
the late Kaiaikawnha of Wailua, will sell by auction
on the 22d inst, various lots of land in Kamananui,
Waialua. The lots ate small in size with the excep
tions of lot i ninety-seven acres of grazing land,
and lot 9 seventy acres of kalo land. The sale will
be held at tbe usual place and time viz : at the front
door of tbe Amount Hale at noon.
EjT Our local carmen resent the enforcement of
the law passed at the last session of the legislature.
to the effect that " no dray used for the carrying of
goods or freight of any description within the dis
trict of Honolulu, shall whether laden or unladen.
be driven at a faster pace than a walk." One of
them has raised bis rates of cartage on tbe ground
of this interference with bis wonted liberty to eu dan
ger the lives and limbs of His Majesty's lieges.
Lights ahd Shadows of ocb Times." This
will be the subject of a lecture to be delivered in the
spacious ball of St. Louis College on Tuesday even
ing next, by Professor Elijah Nicola. We expect an
illustration of superior elocution from this gentleman.
Ha impresses as as a scholar, a man of varied experi
ence in tbe best walks of life, a fluent and graceful
converationalist ; and coming among us with a high
record for character and ablliy, we anticipate a fine
intellectual treat at his hands.
f3P A number of ladies and gentlemen have
promised tu give tbe Honolulu Library and Read
ing Room Association the benefit of their talented
assistance of a musical and library entertainment,
ou Friday evening next. Well known favorites of
the Honolulu public are umong thin number. Mrs.
J. H. Paty. Mrs. Hanford and Mr. C. O. Berger
have promised to sing. Mr. James D. Castle will
contribute a recitation, and others of tbe best
amateur talent in tbe town are expected to contri
bute their quota to make tbe evening thoroughly
enjoyable. Miss Mohrig of whose exquisite voice
and rare talent an account appears elsewhere in
this issue, has also promised to assist and a piano
forte duet bp Prof. Berger and Owen, is also to be
a part of tbe programme. The object of this
entertainment is to aid tbe funds of tbe library
and so add to its stock of literature and it should
be patronized by every one who has any sympathy
with culture " or rny desire that the " last new
norels " may be promptly obtainable bere.
E" The KiDg whilst abroad, will adopt the
title ot Am Kalakaua.
Mr. Paul Palaila Kanoa, baa been appoint
ed to tbe Governorship of Kauai, vacant through
the death of Mfj lieckley.
EP" Tbe Lizzie Iredale brines with her twenty
laborers ot various t, arc pea n nationalities lor
tbe Kilauea plantation on Kauai.
The annual meeting of the German Club
was held last evening (Friday.) at the premises of
the Society. The following gentlemen were elected
ns officers for the year : II. A. Widemann, Pres
ident ; B. Ordensteiu. Vice-President ; Julius
Hotiog, Secretary and Treasurer. After the meet
log, tbe members bad a good social time.
fg The Government Dispensary will be moved
on Monday next. Jan. 17th, from near Liberty FUM
in Kikitmle to No: C5 Maunukeu St. in Kikibub'
to the premises formerly owned by Ch.t. Cash.
Free vaccination and medical advice for Ilttwuiiaii!.
will be given at the new Dispensary us tit the old.
The Dispensary ia open at 11 a. .v. and onSunditya
at iu a. v.
A Rare Toice. At a pleasant little sociable on
Tuesday evening last in the Hawaiian Hotel parlor,
honored by the presence of His Majesty the King,
we had the pleasure to listen to Miss Mohrig in
song, and we were surprised and delighted. This
young lady, who has an unaffected and very pre
possessing manner, has also a voice of exceptional
and delightful quality. It surprises with its strength
and high register ; and at the same imparts un
qualified pleasure with its sweet toned, well sustain
ed, ruellinueut now of song. And then the ease.
with which a charming young lady breathes forth
gently a volume of soaring and tender melody,
satisfies not only every ear, but every eye. Miss
Mohrig has not been heralded as a prima donna or
eperatia star of the first magnitude ; and may not
be one. but she ia to nnr artnrehonainn nna nf thp
two or three exquisite vocalists that have sang Ja
our isles. S
5?" The grand opening of the new Music Hall on
Thursday evening, was attended by a full assem
blage from our best society. Ilis Majesty the King,
H. R. H. Princess Liliuokalani, and His Ex. Gov.
Dominis. occupied the royal box; and among the
notables present were the Chancellor of the Kingdom
and Mrs. Harris. Gen. Comlv and familv. Maior
Wodehouse and Mrs. Wodehouse, Monsieur Ratard.
with a large representation of the leading members
of the bar, the medical faculty, the press, the mer
cantile community and their ladies. All present, on
entering the well lighted auditorium, expressed un
qualified satisfaction with the attractive coup d'oei
of the interior. The chaste decoration of the pro
scenium called forth general praise, and when the
sylvan scenery of Fontainbleau wbs presented to
view it evoked a shower of applause. The audience
were also well satisfied with their seats, cool and
easy, and with such comfortable space between tbe
rows. Everybody sat at ease, and felt also that a
refreshening breeze prevaded the building. And as
old playgoers from other lands, looked around on
the effect of an assemblage of over five hundred
well-dressed, cultivated ladies and gentlemen in this
spacious and beautiful temple of Thespis, they felt
and remarked that tbe entourage was metropolitan
in character, and such as might only be expected of
a wealthy city of fifty or one hundred thousand in
habitants. However Honolulu is in advance in many
things of many sister cities who outoount her
in ber Palace, her Government Buildings, ber
churches, schools and hotel. Tbe play presented for
the opening by the Wells troupe, the " Marble
Heart," is a fine and effective piece of melodrama.
and tbe mite en scene was well gotten up by this
talented troupe. But they labored under a disability
on this occasion perhaps owing to some defect in the
acoustic properties of the building, that their reci
tation was not distinctly beard in the auditorium.
It may be, that owing to a want of carpets, there was
a rum Dung ol leer, or there was some reverbration
of sound that made tbe articulation indistinct. At
any rate there was a general complaint that the
actors were not distinctly heard. However, tbe
passionate play of Walls, the stately impersonation
of marble coldness by Miss Wilkes, the beauty,
generous intervention of Miss Allen, the naivete
and grace of Miss Long, the capital Dundreary style,
of Crosbie, the flippancy of Wilson, and
the exquisite effect produced by Miss Wilkes, Mrs.
Closson, and Miss Allen, representing Aspasia
Phryne, and Lais, grouped as a lovely trio of Graces
delighted a well pleased audience. We hope that Ibe
acoustic defect spoken oi. will be discovered, and,
remedied, and that the Wells troupe will continue to
dpsw full houses in the New Music Hall. The cora-
812 ' ?he hll:I(lin(7 ,n(1.
His Majesty's ministers entertained at dinner
yesterday evening at the Hawaiian Hotel, about
one hundred guests. This was a state dinner,
and given as a farewell banquet to Ilia Majesty,
prior to bis contemplated tour around the world.
Among tho guests invited to meet the King were,
the Cabinet, their Excellencies W. L. Green,
Premier ; II. A. P. Carter, Minister of the In
terior; J. S. Walker, Minister of Finance ; W.
N. Armstrong, Attorney General ; the diplomatic
corps ; Uis Ex. Gen. Comly, Minister Resident of
the United States ; lion. James II. Wood house
II. B. Majesty's Commissioner and Consul Gen
eral ; and M. Ratard, acting Commissioner of
the Republic of France: tho Judiciary; Their
Honors, Chief Justice Harris, Chancclor of tho
Kingdom, Associate Justice Judd, and Associate
Justice McCulIy, Ilis Ex. J. O. Dominis, Gover
nor of Oahu ; Nobles ; Hons. C. R. Bishop, II.
A. Kahanu, A. S. Cleghorn, 1. Moanauli, J. I.
Dowsett, S. N. Castle, S. K. Kaai, J. M. Kapena,
S. G. Wilder, and Godfrey Rhodes; Privy
Councilors, Honorables, E. O. Hall, W. J. Smith,
W. C. Parke, W. P. Wood, II. A- Wideman,
J. W. Kawainui, Robert Stirling, D. Kahanu,
M. Kuaea, S. L. Kinimaka, M. Mahuka, W.
Buckle, Walter M. Gibson ; His Majesty's Staff,
Colonels C. II. Judd, W. F. Allen and Curtis
Iakea ; Clergy, Monseigneur Maigret, Bishop
of Arathea, Rt. Rev. Bishop Willis. Rev. Dr-
Damon, Rev. C. M. Hyde, Rev. II. II. Parker,
Rev. W. Frear; Ex-Ministere, Messrs. E. Preston,
A. S. Uartwell, W. R. Castle, W. C. Jones :
Consular Corps, Messrs F. A. Sehaefer, Consul
for Italy, E. II. Hoffman, for Austria-Hungary,
C. S. Bartow, for Chile, A. J. Cartwrigbt, for
Peru, R. W. Laine, lor Spain, J. O. Carter, for
Japan, J. II. Paty, for tbe Netherlands, J. Perry,
for Portugal, T. H. Davies, Vice-consul for Great
Britain, F. P. Hastings, for tbe United States,
II. K. MacFarlane, for Denmark, Tbos. Spencer,
U. S. Consular Agent, Chum Fong. Chinese
Commercial Agent, II. W. Schmidt, for Ger
many, F. T. Hackfeld for Sweden and Norway ;
Members of the Bar, Messrs J. M. Davidson, B.
H. Austin, R. F. Bickerton, S. B. Dole, F. M.
Hatch, J. Russell, W. O. Smith ; Doctors, R.
McKibben, S. N. Emerson, F. B. Hutchinson, J.
S. McGrew, E. C. Webb ; Governor of Oahu'e
Staff, Majors G. W. McFarlane, C. T. Golick
and A. Rosa ; and MeserB H. W. Mist, R. N.,
A. T. Atkinson, L. C. Pfluger, P. C.Jones, G.
II. Luce. E. A. Burcbardt. Tbe guests assembled
at 6.30 f. k.
Several of tbe gentlemen mentioned declined the
invitation on account of ill health and other causes;
and about eighty-five guests sat down with nis Maj
esty to a sumptuous banquet in the spacious dining
ball of tbe Hawaiian Hotel. This was an assemblage
of an impressive company of persons for such a com
munity, and an intelligent observer remarked, that
there was not another community in the world of
such limited extent as ours that could present such
an array of cultivated and capable men in various
walks of life, as were there assembled to participate
in A farewell banquet to His Majesty.
After tbe sparkling Ueidaieck bad circulated.
His Ex. the Premier, W. L. Green, rose and spoke
substantially as follows: t
You are aware of tbe various circumstances
leading to the present festive occasion and that it i
tbe purpose of His Majesty to proceed upon a tour
of travel and observation around the wc'rld. I
deem it proper to state that tbe Minis ters have
earnestly endeavored to dissuada the from
lis purpose; out as it uecame eviaeoi
. 1 a
thsjr it was the royal will, 11 is Majesty's
Minivers deemed it ibeir duty to make tbe
est arrangements in their judgment, so as ta
derive the greatest advantages possible from tbe un
dertaking. In accordance with this view His Ex
cellency W. N. Armstrong has been appointed a
Commissioner of Emigration, and to accompany nis
Majesty. This is not an appropriate time to be dis- "
cussing measures of public policy, but he would ven
ture to call attention to one matter. He saw before
him many gentlemen identified with our great plant
ing interests, and he would say to them that be
thought there was some hesitation on the part
of planters to co-operate with the Goveromeat on
the great question ol repopulation. He thought
ibat the executive and legislative branches of ibe
Government had acted liberally in providing for
tbe planters necessities of laboi ; aud he tbouSbt
it was now apppiopriatc that planters should
manifest a dispo.itiou t" co operate with tbe
Government in pi onn-ting population, tbe bringing
of women and cbildieu into the country. At the con
clusion of bis lemai k", he proponed the health of His
Majesty.KingKalakuua. Received with enthusiasm.
At the conclusion of the Premier's remarks. Hie
Majesty rose, the aesembled company standing up
with him whilst he made in a distinct voice tbe
following speech :
Mit. Minister ano Okotlkmeji, I thank you
heartily for the kind and loyal manner in which yoa
have responded to the to st, I reciprocate fully your
kindly feelings.
Around tliia table are gathered people of many
nations. In common with my predeoessors, I desire
the beat wclf.ue ot all who gather under our flag in
my doiuiuious, and I believe that you who come
from other Uiuls, bringing with you the wealth,
enterprise aud intelligence of thoso lands, sympa
thise with me in my desire to protect my native
Hawaiian people, and strengthen my nation.
To do this we. must work in harmony nnder the
Constitution and Laws, and recognize cheerfully the
fact that Hawaii as oue of the family of nations must
be governed in accordance with ideas which control
Constitutional Government.
We have manv difficult questions to settle arising
out of our peculiar situation, they demand the best
statesmanship and patient investigation. I am in
hopes while absent, to gather some Ideas wnicn snail
aid in their solution.
Your cordiality to-nighT is but another evidence
with that which I have observed in otber parts of my
Kingdom, that I may rely upon tbe best elements in
mv Kinedom to sustain my efforts and those of my
Government in upholding the independence of my
Kingdom and tbe welfare of the people Having ap
pointed my S ster as Regent during my absence and
placed with her a responsible Ministry, I have hopes
that the Government of the Regency will be adminis
tered with full confidence and satisfaction to the
If there have been mistakes in the past, let us pro
fit by the lessons of experience, and with honesty of
purpose let us press on to a future wDlco l trust
may be bright with prosperity and hopefulness.
Again I thank you lor myself ana tbe Itoyal
Family. . . .
At tbe conclusion of His Majesty's address, His
Ex. II. A. P. Carter noone:
Nobles and gentlemen, I propose a toast that
not only appeals to your sense of loyalty . as citi
zens, but to your gallantry as gentlemen. 1 pro
pose that we drink to tbe netltti or tier liracious
Majesty Queen Kapiolani and of the members of
the Royal Family. 1 need not remind you who
know as well as 1, the good deeds of our noble
lady, the unobtrusive charities of our Queen, not
only amongst her own native people.
but even in tue foreign community. And
also unnecessary to remind you of tbe bene
ficent spirit of otber members of Ihe Royal
Family, especially tbe most excellent Lady, who
is to be the Regent of the Kingdom. This toast
was received with a storm of applanse.
His Excellency Governor Dominis responding
to this toast said. " In view ot His Majesty's de
partue abroad. Her Royal Highness the Princess,
His Majesty's sister was about to undertake tbe
burthen of Government This would be anew
and trying responsibility for bis consort, and a
source ol anxiety in which he shared ; but be
could give the assurance that Her Royal Highness
would have and would depend upon the counsel
of His Majesty's Ministers ; and I trust that when
the King returns tu his island realm, be will find
tbut the country bus been governed in a way to
receive the royitl approval and tbe good will of
tbe whole country.'' The Governor's words were
warmly received.
The Premier then pioposed Ihe health of Gen.
Comly and other representatives of Foreign
rowers. armiy appiauueu .
His Excellency Minister Comly roso io behalf
of his colleagues, saying that they responded
with alacrity tu the aloha of Hawaiian. He
would have preferred in view of the flattering
reception ut the tonnt, that his able and widely
experienced colleague of Great Britain m or his
brilliant young colleague of France
had been called upon to respond. . The
ton experience of his British colleague better fitted
him to prevent for consideration some trenebfat
poibt for consideration. I can but thank you for yonr
warm and hearty acceptance of Ihe tost. It is my
hope that His Msjenty will continue to have around
him the wisest and best of his nation, men who will
deserve uot only t' o King's, but the nation's ap
proval; aud who can strengthen the bonds between
you and other nations. There is much to be
said ; but you will appreciate my full meaning,
and I now propote the health of His Majesty's
His Excellency W. N. Armstrong rose . to res
pond. He was sure that all would uppreciate
that he and his associates in the Government ac
cepted with thanks the assurance of interest
manifested. He was about to suspend for a time
the harmonious relations between himself aod
associates in the Government. His Majesty now
proposes and hopes to fulfil a dream of his
boyhood, a. dream in which .be, 'as
school-mate with him more than a . quarter
of a century ago had shared with him; as they had.
roamed together on these surrounding hills,
and bathed together in their limpid streams.
And it seem- tike a uream this departure at
hand, tu be called by the. King, as a frietd, to
join.with liim iu realizing what we dreamed about
long years ugu. We propone to proceed to those
old civilizations that were old when our's began.
We propose to visit that nation, that is send
ing its people in such iinrds tu match with ours.
And thence we hope to proceed to tho wonderful
land of India. 1
There is a lesson of wisdom for us all in eucb
an opportunity. We should gather a story that
would benefit us all. And now we need a govern
mcnt, that demands the best experience. Many
talking of us, and contemplating our quiet isles,
assume that this Archipelego has only to pre
sent some curious tropic productions, remarkable
volcanoes.and a handful of population to be easily
managed ; but bere are to be met some of tbe
most intricate problems fur statesmanship ; and
I will not admit that Great Britiin with ber vast
domains; or the United States of America, have
more intricate. Therefore I speak for this ' gov
ernment to tbe representatives of the great gov
ernments of millions, to assist ue tu solve the
problems before as.
These remarksof which the above are Only an
abstract were.wartnly received.
The Censular corps being toasted, P. A. Scbae
fer, Esq., Consul for Italy, spoke in response :
In the name of my colleagues of tbe Consular
Corps. I bave tbe honor to thank you for tbe toast
just now proposed.
While it is the duty of the foreign Consuls to
promote and increase ihe general interests exlst-i
ing between the Hawaiian Kingdom and tbe coun
try tbey bave the bonor to represent. Ibis duty be
comes the more pleasing to-lbetn, the longer tbey.
sojourn on these Islands and become identified
with tbe country and tbe popl, in their atriviog
of the past, tbeir hopeful prosperity of tbe present
and, under Providence, their successful eoQaum
mation of tbe problems which tbe future has in
store for them.
Thus H is a cause of gratification and pleasure
to ftiy colleagues and myself, on tbe eve of His
Majesty's departure for distant lands, to partici
pate in this social reunion of Hawaiian and for
eign officials and to join la tbe good wishes that
go forth from among . them to speed the King on
on bis way and Io hope for bis sife return to bis
people, after a voyage laden with rich experiences
and manifold blessings.
I believe it tu be tb privil Ve'of Mm who re
sponds to tin last official toast." to propose a senti
ment. With the permission of Your Majesty there
fore; I beg to avail myself of tbjs privilege In pro
posing tbe health ot tbe ladies. God bless them.
Byclamous request of tbe whole company, J. M .
Davidson, Esq., replied in bis usual fluent, and
felicitous style. lie then proposed tbe health o
our bankers. . i k 1 I 1.
Hon. C. R. BL'bop, responded by saying, that
a inutnal prosperity would prevail between bank;
and the business cemmunity.
The King now rose, and the assembled party .
accompanied His Majesty to the parlor, where all '
were delighted with Miss Monrig's cbanninf
voice in song. .. , -,... i . ,
And tbns the state dinner passed off with great
satisfaction to all who bad tbe bonor to parti
cipate. ........... t -
Professor Berger and our admirable Military
Land performed during tbe evening.
this purpose:

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