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fuWjfii. UL arTsira .lunnrf
ptaje-l auy nrr-1 a. tivtty. tL n rti . .lat- t:-.l x!.-.bit-tu
any d.-rvartnre with ..tii.-vt:.' rr'-l'i.e. The ra"n
I for IhU .1'itnrs U the ! win In arril
autfar an.l also the fa. t t!,mt lh- !. -ikM .f the dull a.a. !
r tiiu during bt. h Ihe siualle-t iiu"ntt -f sni'.ar
arrlTea, I now nj n u.. sri 1 a a r.st iral rr i.-i. . j-nr-.
VtawU tr nt. Up j t. !! with th- J r- mi ti.i l-- r..l
erl.Tity that tb-y Willi l Oi-Mli l.ri b. H (r-r r.
rivals nf onr atapW eij,..rt will e;iM.- -hif per t freight
tmrl lUore qui. k! jr.
Local bunlnes t fair. iuu l-i fr .in th.- .th-r i-Iau.U
occupying lb tun an.l atN-btion f ).'iiu mm au.l
th orders ruining f .rTr. sr.- u h a t create a f--litij
tf aatisfat-tiu iu lii.:ri-44 nr In au.l .r-sa.e a bii-
.iurlurf th""".- cl in nwiithi of ihe year.
fiauunt mrntmu uu.-rit ! iua 1 thai lare amount !
trad la all lin of l..ii ! rp--iall y la the vrt ry
hardware, f .im.hiu l- an. I station ry line. l..e
ml tl1 thr-mli the . hii: l win. h it tnl.l. vi
tUrutMl tli- bau-N of hiiir.- h .ii m the r.-tuiu unity,
but inn tea. I fin 1 m.-t iii.i- m:uni lal.Ie mean rt rut by
tb Tariou a ;'iit ..f f unni h.u w !... at certain ea
KM ara .vi.tif.il on the l-la-.W This manner of oh.
tain ins; froKN fr..,,, abr..a. m l thm .let.arriu Ihe b.i-i-nssa
home, wjlio .y rent-, an I tsxe b. r-, from rightful
pro&ts, to Hot en ,.- I in al .ne . - ri te in l.vi l il..
but also by th .v-moi-nt Thii mirt. r will tt.ni'
anora atu-utiou at ir h n l an I i ul.o I. of xuffi. tri.t
itaportaoca to In !.!. - ti'.n 'T tl.it nmn l.nl l...lv.tue
t ba,br Of Colli ll.. r 'e.
Th Imports f..r th- w- k i-.imul .. the k'ei.eral ririf.i
bron rbt by tb l. C. VI irnjr Ir.m tl.' I . I a r.'
cf lumbar by tbRaiur from the ..iui.i. the t..tal val
nation bio in tn u-i.. (-. rli . I of .'.'.
Ax-o U"l l4 i(iv-;i th niikl m .iitM rf.iriB of
(iartur'4 an.l al of th- .-ri '. r lrifo- .l inn ain'
.r ' l:i."
t .KI li.S.
I .1 . I a.kiuour.f I' i V..7 . .
n'ltr .f J-vlnry. Ao-traIia .. l.j-.'l.TT
J Vtarth R. la-out t T .wii-.n I I.inom
3iln;hr I'..rtlan.l. . . . ' Trnxit '
l't -ia.il- r t'lltrr .. f T .w iim-u.1 '
li'lfy nf B-.uihy - -
II I .Ufit r .
IT toi-ral I r.irrrka
H TiuMt Itavwar.i tir-ka... .
jo Jnny Wal-r.. Iannin;: l
ri Kalakana r
- i try of N .rli H I
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I'.alit-t . .
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I To i! ii' i r.u-i . l
K..vl U..a.l- Klla.t
Y town n.l :allal I
I'ortlau.l. r II t-".!T,
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-. Buriia V uta
l't f llrirfj ..
, . .ln-y
A.lnlta. A lnlt ..',
t'hll.trvo U t nl.lr-u i
I bin I1 t hinrn Is
pout or nouoLULU, 11. i.
A h r I.ih. lili... front II.nit
S S. brN-tti M-rrill. front Lahaina
7 star tlklik. from ilil..
7 stair lilan-a lioit. from Kahnlnl
7 stair Irbu. front Mailt an. I Ml..kat
7 stinr Ja Ik, from . lr. nit of Hawaii
A H-br Manuokawai, from llaiiainaula
tfHtttr Hirf.o, frotu klau
S-br Waioll. front I"aauh.
3-br Kautk-aonlt. from IIuih.Lw
lit sVhr Hil-akala. from llil.
II Htnir Iwalani, from Kotia an. I Kan
II S. fcr -tti iUrrill, from lhaiua
H Aoi bit DC Marray. r:n, from hau I ran. I.
li) Am bk Rain-r, WoIiT. frotu Port wainbl-
ft -s.br Jnni-. for Nawitiwili
7 M-hr Wailrl-. f -r Uaiiko
7 Mtror Rllan-a Hon. for Kahnlui
7 S.-br Llbolibo. for Walnra, Kauai
7 s.-br Nrtti Mrmll. for Labama
7 H. br Canahi. frr Ookala
S tmr Ltkrlik. for Ililo
S-stmr I.ebna. for Maul an.l Mob kat
H ntiur Ja. Makr. for Kanal
-S kt tn'l !-itcrl. for Waialua
li) s.-br Knlamanu. from Kohalal-I-lil-ii.
hr Mauuoakawal, for flananaula
li Scbr Warwt. k. .r Kalanpaj a
1 Svbr Ktal.t, for Waianra
Xov S Am bk La.Iy I.atnln, Mrl..u. f..r S I'
7 H 1 H l rorrrtt Afrika. for Tahiti
7- II I K M rorrrtt Vetnt.-k. for Tabati
. f I I R M Hatonn, Tahiti
1.1 na bk Jam.t-n. Swanton. fort tiambt-
KIKtlUN VK.NNKI.S IX I'OltT.
Am bktn Ella, brown
Am bk H W Aliuy. r--nin
Am bk I?' H Tbotur.n, I'ott-r
fcr yafbt Wan.lrrr
Ami brut J V -Sorts k-N. lr-r
Uawn bKtn 'Unit
Ant bk l tr Murray. Bavrnt
'ravrl JCiarlral frotaa Krrlta l'.l.
II B M S Tnumph. Stirling, front S-.ntb Am-ri. a. doubtful
H-1an rutt iak of i-.linburi. h. from Otl.ralfr.
II r ctt Cbanij l'in. Hop, from Lrn.bu. tlmibtful
Am -n K. faul, frm tpartur Hay.
Am bk Calbairian. It. pkin. from Nrwr York. .In-
Am bk A.tonia. from bfm'O. NoTrnit-r
Am bktn C O W bitmorr, starbr 11. from Nanaiui..
Am bktn Amelia. from Port T.wu,u.
A in bktn lt-nrry. I'-rrtman. Nr
Atu M-br W U Myrr, liowe, from San I ran, i.-.,, Nov
Tb acbr Daiy F.owr arrived at Trini la.1. Oi l 17.
Tb RniMlan rorvrtt-a, Afrtka. Va-.tui. k an.l pla.toiin
bar aill for Tahiti.
Tb Ella ba nearly rni.l.t-. l.fc.liu ; and w ill r.
bably il t-Uay for tb t oa-t.
Tb brttr Tr pU- bird wa apolca In tbe o. kot.-tt Sea.
Autittnt l)u. and rrpurted II wbale.
Tb bk Km-r arrived 1b irt va tb lltb iu.t, from ft
Ti.viW'Uil, anil now al..ni.l tb Una I- Ui bar;
IBT The y.M Wan.-rr l In the tr. am at i rr-nt. but
will probably ail on tb lltb tu-l for ilaiil, . arrjmn tb
Vjiwen tKiwai(r thither.
Tb bk ! C Murray I a.lvertiie. . I.. a I f.-r Stu f'rau-cl-u
witti ilipt.'b. ailini( alxxit the iiu.Mle of lh c m
lui weak. Mm I at prevent at lb l.ij lana.l- di bar'tn
tb laat of her carifo.
Tb T A Tbotnpo I at tb Nuuann -tr-. t w harf li
rharuiutt. an.1 tb II WAImy and J l S.r. krl are in
th atreaiu. TU Almy will probably haul a. ni.l- to
day ami roiumefu' ba.lin!.;.
- Tb ateamer Komder Ned-r lander, front P.ata la f..r
Amatertam. brok her ahaft and foundered, t. t 'Jl-t. Iu
latitude & aoatb. lontcitu.l M ea.-t. fu boat-. titaiiiu.K
17 parson, are remrte. tutwini;.
Tb turi rt I n. l"tii'r tb Hurprle. but It Uu
named tb Ninito. Mr. J k. Sumner 1 the owner, har
intr pun-had In vesa.-l f..r i. ib will b la. r I
under th Hawaiian Ha, and her ftrt vy ai will pro
bably ba ., Tahiti.
A diepatvb frwm In.I.n. dated (K t. 1-th. iueuli..n- a
heavy atorm bum visited IU tni'li-h roa-t an I T:
" It aiitiniated that 1 l.f.7 tooa of pt.ln. e. mi ludihi;
'. b o of eoal. were lost at aea luniiic the re-eii
gal. Th maiorlty of wm lr.l tfwl a.rr inlln-r., but
Kneral prudu.-e, a well a buil linu mat-rtal. -trolenm
berrlnif tr an.l oil. wer I. l. an ai'reirate of I t J". 7
tuu. Tb balan. e of loe were aalt, iron and timber."
A Mx tlon of a tiil lately lr.tr..ii. e. int.. tb Wahintr
ton Temb.ry I.Kllatur. rovi.le that tb follow im;
halt b th rl-s of pilotai; f- r San Juan lie Kit. a
? trait and Pur-t Sound, vi: Veel nn.l.r 1 fr-t
draught. s per f...t; of 1 fret or over. fl'J per f...
Val fs.tu British I'olurabia t- -rt- r.n Pu' t S.-uii I.
nn.ler II lei drabt, .i prf..-ot; I feet and over. - r
f-iot. el from I'nrt Townen.l t any port. on
Puuret Sound, nn.ler Ij feet .Iran, hi, J I per f.t. of I', fret
and over. 'i per loot.
Th hlj l'rldeberi. fmm I.lveri.l. wa ink . u tin
north aid nf l.on wharf. Oakland, on t. l-t!. II. r
rariro, wbl. b ,..ullnli.f aterl rail-.. i brim; unl..l. I
la tb nnal Manner, rrb-n Ui- rail xlipp-d from th
B'Mhw and fell, crahim? thnu;'b the bottom of th vrs. .
al. All effort ! fill tb trap were u-wle. an 1 in le. j
than ou hour ar- hal filled and -ttIrd. The t ri-.le- I
I vrtr la owned by ron.lins.in. II xl.'.tt X . of I.n. rj.. I.
Mesara. e.-h A t . of San l'ran.-i-'i Win th- . ut- t
Sb la built of iron and r-i'l-trr-d at I.l.-yd a a Al.
A telerraiu from Profeso.r Nordenkjold at Sto kh. 1m. .
Uated t. t..ter lltb. ay. t'apt. J.hanneen, rotuman.liii.; '
Iu Vim nf or.lenkj.ld'a . oiti. n. ha jut r. turn-. I
from Irkutk. H atate that Joki-1 f rom liulur I t it- !
la: rep..rt havlmr aeen a "t-aiii-r at th-m nth i f lh
Lana on th l ltb of eVpteniber N.S ). I7'.. It wi ui- '
pad t b th Jeannette. Th at-aiurr iiouac return.-.!
on th lft of September from tb Jem. and report ;
thai tb Sam.. j i. lea from the mouth of th J-nU- lat ,
winter found to rorp of turuian and a l.arr-l of ;
whlaky. Tbl information I remarkable, maxiuu. b a i
n tluropean c r-w known t i have lrii lot thern last 1
year. (Signed) Noarrj.i.D.
Tb Sew York psdn have Urn informed that au at
tempt wa ma.le on o-t. 10th. to barn th Cunard et-amer
Jlotbnia Th rb!ef at-ward ): " Th flrt I knew of (
II waa when on of th la 1 tol l in he amelt aonu-thini; i
iueer aft. I hnm-d aft. and there I ...uld plainly s-
aoni li.Uid a. attrre.1 over the runuera on th j.aaT
way between the atateroom. They lauhl ?:r- and a '
tbey continued t. burn, and there -at imminent .lti..'i r '
of tb whart bp I other IT' i -rty rat. hu: 6r.-. w-thr-w 1
lb barnlnit i-irjii into tb water, where th.y -.'ii
tinned to "until. In fear of I h- abip b-n. I.urin I. we '
aankttiem." four bottle. aiuelltn of b. -ph r .u and
Maaulin. wer fonnd near th loration of tl.- tin .
Front San I'raiiclaro. P' D O Murrav, Nov 7 - 1 Is . t-. ;
barley, lliKl lb bread. 4st bbl flonr. -'o l al. a bay. :r)
ban and U7b.ll Iron. bbl. lime. k tuiddluit;. ':
'iirt oat. PJS k onlona, 215 k potato-. I' in i-st-.
17m) lb t..ba.-c. 2Vi m cl.'ar, to bbl ollj t- m bri. k.
pka farmtara. lot nil' ui.le.
mint Port Townaend. pr Kainer. Xjv 11 tsoolt Irtt .
rooub pin. A'-lol f t Urea.d U. ;
for Windward Port. pr Uk. like. Nov H Got J U !
Domini, 'ol and Mra W V tllro, Kv S F. HUhop. rather
l.annur. lr Troeao. 4 U Hayld-n. Mr Hot-kwell, M I
urlmUuiu, C B Well. J Kaai. II A Widdeman. I
From San Fran-la.'o. per D C Murray. Nov . H Jk-Dooona-h.
It Ivy. W Marshall. M ... rn.au. F Travell. J
Braab. K ?bort. Jo Andrrwa.
OR NT KOBIVS'. At Pt. An.lrw'a Pro-C.thrdral.
n November 6. by tb F.T. T. Bla. kbnrn. M A. Wiui.ii
FoU.rTB G.vt. Ej.. lat Captain of s.nd Rejlment. :
S. W V.. to Misxie. ldat dautt'r of th Hon Jf.hu ;
itobtuaoo, Llentetiant-OoremoT cf Ontario, Canada.
1 Commercial bbcrtiscr.
SAH K1.V NOYOIBKK -.,',,
Tht-ir Maj.-.-tiv the King ami Queen
:itt-nll li viiif Service at St. Andrew's
pi-Catlu-Jnil on tin- morning of .Sunday
la-t. The Bishop of Honolulu was
On Suii'Iay ulternMn the Ionl Iii.-.hop of
ty.bu chant.-.! a Te iVunt at the Cathedral
('huri-h of tlie lileo-ed Virgin in ackuow-U-.l'ui.
nt r.f the -afe return of the King.
Their Maj .ti.-- the King and Queen and
Hit Majesty' -uite attended this interest
On Wednervlay next, the anniversary of
IIi- Majesty'- hirthday, the King will ad-dre-M
his p-op!e in Kavvailiao (,'hureli. The
hur iixi-d for the ad-lrets it ten o'ehK-k
f lli-t Maje-ty the King, will hold a hirth
d iv levee on Wedne-lay next, at Aliiolani
Hale, hetweeii the hour f 1 ikkii and
On WediuJay, the ult Noveiuler. His
Majesty- the King accompanied hy the Ird
ChamU-rlain Hon. Judd, i-itel the
yacht Wanderer. At lunch on board,
His Majesty rojosMl the health of H.
U.K. the I'rin. e of Wales, (it being his birth
i iay), l uptain Iamuert in response pro-
; xssl the liealth of His Majesty the King.
On Kriilay, their Majesties the King and
Queen, ami Her Highness I'rincess Keeliko-
lani prriK?e.l to visit the yacht Wanderer;
the heavy rain which -curred during
afteriifm prevented their Majesties from
! carrying out this intention. Their Majes
ties will entertain Captain and Mrs. Iam-
lert at their country resi. fence at Pua
TajK Hkv. Seuk.xi R Di.siioi'preaclieda
sernioii last Sunday evening at Fort Street
Ch u fc h, which has aroused a good deal of
discussion. The sermon was commemora
tive of His Majesty's return to his King
d-Mii and was an able and impressive dis
I course, illustrating the scholarly and studi
ous characteristics of the Keverend gentle
man. The preacher esjH-cially ilesired, judg
ing from the tenor of a iortioi. of his re
murks, that liis address in relation to our
native Hawaiian Kinrr. should convey a
newly awakened, and warm spirit of kind
linens and charity towards the native Ha
waiian jieople, who had not, as the reverend
gentleman confes-sj, heretofore fully enlist
ed his entire fraternal sympathy, anJ chris
tian fellowship. Hut we regret to express
our opinion, that in this respect, the sermon
was a signal failure.
What kindliness or charity to the Hawai
ian race can be discerned in the following
expressions quoted from the published ex
tracts of the sermon ?
" Kven the decrepit paganism of the land
having lifted up its leprous visage to greet
him with the bestialities of the hula hula.'1
" The members of the Legislature are to an
alarming extent chosen by debauched and
drunken voters, who select men of the most
Of what significance are any com pi i
mentary t. rms addressed to the Sovereign,
when it is charged at the fame time,
that the palace grounds were surrendered
for an unseasonable time to the elabo
rate bestialities of a decrepit aganism
And what harmony can be awakened
in the nreasts of a iieople. who are
told, that they select their representa
tivesamid the brutalities of drunken or
gies? It is a vain overture of jieace, and a
hoiH-Iess endeavor to promote fraternal liar
inony, to present a bouquet of compliments
with one hand; and to smite with a slan
derous scourge in the other. And they are
slanders, the expressions that are quoted
The ancient Hawaiian chaunt and recita
tion, that greeted Mis Majesty in the palace
grounds, were not "elaborate bestialities."
It has been a common slander among for
eigners again-t Hawaiians to designate ev
ery kind of anei. nt Hawaiian chaunt and
recitation, as an olrscene hula-hula. We
have no word to ay in behalf of the libid
inous posturing, and impure allusions,
known as the ancient hula-hula. Hut the
nieles of praise and recitations of achieve
ment (-haunted in the presence of chiefs,
must not In- confounded with the orgy of
the hula-hula. WhatanolTense to a French
man to confound the Marseillaise with the
Cancan. And it is the same to a Hawaiian,
when you associate the historic (-haunts of
his race, with the lewd Maturing ami songs
of some who pander for a gratuity. The
haunts in the palace grounds that greeted
the King were meles, or hymns of praise to
His Majesty. They were not intoned with
the melodious iftes of a Mozart. They
w ere uttered in the ancient harsh unmusical
monotone, ami were accompanied with the
rudethuinpingsof the great drum-sounding
calabash, ami the swinging of the rattling
gourd. Hut Hawaiian thoughts, and the
Hawaiian heart sioke as follows to the
home-returned chief ; and we transcribe
from the lir nt an old Hawaiian rhapodi.st,
Kaleohano, his improvisation on the occa
sion, seated amid the groves of the Palace
MKLK OK SON(J,
( KI.KI'.KATINO T1IK KKTL'RN' OK KINtl
KA LA KAT A.
II K MKLK IN'U.V K.YAPr.NI
KA LAN I KALAK.U'A.
K:ila! e Hawaii o Kr.wr!
ko iniliimli Lnui.
Ku luti'o, k" no, ko liV.i:
Ko Alii e Maui a Kama !
O k.i I'ii a iuka o Kakae,
0 Kaptlu kai.u o rut Lani!
N't e iuai nil Ibdio a I'liluni,
Me Molukai Xui a Hinu, f
Kia Oahu i ka nuku,
Aina o K.ikuihowa
Ko hoonatii i ko Kv.u.i!
Ke VTelo Itii ha Hae,
'cuiltnilna niai na pu,
K nakolo ka nukn i Mani lla;
I" wawnlo iim ler Luro,
N'a leo bookipa hanoli!
( ka hole a ka Lani lanakila,
l"a ikea o Inua me lalo;
Ai t i ka nu'a kiekie.
A me na kihi h.t.
Pii mai Knuai o Mauo!
Me ki la kowfelo i Lehua,
H.Kiriani nui ne kakou,
Na makaaiuana a pin!
Ko lima pnali ahonni,
1 h.x.lmi Lou mai nci.
Me ko kakou Moi,
Ko Lt-i naiii e Hawaii!
L ola o ka L.iui ILikapu,
A kan i ke no rualamalama.
hi: mele ixoa kaapuxi
Ia i e ka la e ulclii uti.
Ma na welt-lau o ka bonua,
E hai ukn oe i kon nani,
I ka liialanialaiiia oi kelaktla;
Nan i noii n-Twelo akn.
Pail li a ji.il i aa i ka iki i.t,
Ik.- .' i ka ii. mi n Hiiufl.t.
I ka In ne waiulu luwe uial.e;
II.- inauiia i lohiaeku onaona,
Katil.itia i ka iiniii in.- ke kieki.,
Kiekie o ka Luni uoho mai luua.
Na'i i aV iia kapu o Kuhiki,
H. Lib' Li ku una i ka liukn ale.
I ke kai p. .iu.i lrma malie;
Kiina ia aku na Pai-moku,
I lia kuilinm non c- ka Lani.
Ma i.t man nlanni malibiiai,
A a i l.ili bookalii -fii;
() ka L:mi:i o ke ao kou kokna,
Ka Huku Loa no kou alakai,
Lilo i im n ole na euf-mi,
L.-LeKbe eueu bana lokoino.
E ola o ka Lani a man akn.
A kau i ke ao malaiualama.
MELES, P. SiiNiJS.
KISO Etl.lKUl s Turk KufMi TH F W.itim.
Arise ! Hawaii of Keawe !
Here is thy Chief of Chiefs !
Thy biiil; thy blossom: auJ thy riowr-r.
Thy chief ili.l.-.-.l: ( , Muni ..f Kara i !
The bh'MiUiing rirrr of Krtka.-,
The saoreil rlioice of the Heavens !
Advance ye shores of Piilalii
(Shores of Lati.'ii uu.l Kahoolawe.)
TLou ttlso. )! Molokaiof Hina?
Oahu st. m. l-i forth in the lead.
The loved lainl of Kakuih.-wa!
The chosen seat doth gr et thee!
Flags wave gently in the breeze.
Cannons blare forth their roar;
And the entrance of Mamala re-echoes
Voic.-s of song, and lou.l hurrahs;
Voic.-s of jovotis AVeh-oine Home!
It was the journey of a great free Chief,
W'h ghtncetl at ii.l things.
He stool on the highest of the heights;
And reai-heil the four remote corners.
Come up, O Kanai of Mauo!
With thy sun shining on Lehu.i
Let all bless and honor
Every one: O, ye People!
Join with the heavenly hosts;
Who have j iiued with us;
With our Sovereign Lord and King,
Hawaii's wreathed royal liad.cm.
Long live Ka Lani (The King) tLe Chosen
Until the heights of the heavens ure reached.
To Thee, O Sun, that shineth brightly.
O'er all the skirts of the globe.
Make known his royal worth,
Thy Iiht shall reveal his glory.
He sought his wish with wisdom.
And 1 held the hidden things of the world.
He witnessed the beaut y of Hi mala, (Asia.)
Ihe joyous rippling waters lmre him on;
He beheld the mountain of great fragrance,
Fanicd for its spleudor and towering crest.
And thoti, O Ka Lani, set high rIkivc,
Thoti didst o'erp.iss the tabus of Tahiti,
(of ull foreign Lands.)
Uprose the angry sea.
And smoothed its w ild How for thee!
Heat h forth to all the isles of the sea! (The
To le thy companions otva Lani!
Whilst thou junrueyext, O, King !
The spirit of Heaven thy helper,
The morning star was -thy guide.
Thy enemies fled before thee
They speaking vainly against thet !
Long live Ka Lani,
To the farthest reach of the advancing
And shall these out'tourings of a simple
and faithful hearted people he designated as
the " elaborate bestialities of a decrepit pa
ganism ?" Then is all spirit of poetic out
pouring, ami effusion of the heart, bestial
And the other charge that ''debauched
and drunken voters select men of the most
abandoned character," is a wholesale slan
der uioii the Hawaiian people and their
representatives. There are drunkards in the
land, we regret to acknowledge,of all races,
But has Hawaii a larger proportion than
other")? Is there no drunkenness at the
hustings and polls of enlightened old Knj
land ami America ? Anil may it not bo
reasonably supiHised, in view of the statisti
cal accounts of the desolating flood of intox
icating drink in the (Jreat Republic, that a
large numler of her voters are drunkards; yet
who will venture to assert, that the represen
tatives of her free institutions are chosen by
sots ? It would not be safe to make such a
declaration in that great free country ; and
it is not honorable, nor in accordance with
any spirit of Christian charity, to promul
gate such a statement iu this little country,
which no more deserves such opprobrium
than the greater one. The choice of Ha
waiian electors of this little State for Rep
resentatives is as fairly made as in any
other representative country; and they
generally choose fair, average men as their
representatives. They have, in times past,
chosen a Judd, a Carter, a Wilder, and a
Waterhouse; were they the choice of drunk
en and debauched voteis? Tnis will not be
admitted; and it is not to be supposed
that Hawaiian voters have less discrimina
tion in resject to merit, or less ability to
select worthy representatives now than at
In conclusion, we must pi ay the rever
end gentleman to drink again, and deep
er, at the Fount of Divine Love ; and we
say that if he would re-illume the sacred
fires of a holy charity on an altar of amity
between the races, let him avoid adding
brands of discord to the fragrant fuel de
signed for the oflerings of jieace.
CuNTKMl'LATiXtl the King's tour round
the world, the predominating thought
which it inspires is that this great journey
should yield large results fortius Kingdom.
II tiught not to be supposed for a moment
that His Majesty has spent so long a time
and incurred so considerable an expense, to
say nothing of the inevitable fatigues and
inconveniences of such rapid travelling, with
no purjiose before hint but that of pleasure
and sight-seeing. His Majesty's chief ob
ject has, throughout, been the ivpeopling
of his Kingdom. The precedent of his
former journey is one of good augury for
success in the object of this later and
longer exxdition. Then he went abroad
to seek a better market for our produce and
secured for us most important results in
that direction. And now it can only In
through a great neglect of a great opportu
nity if important icsults towards the re
peopli:g oi these islands do not follow from
ills Majesty's tour round the world. Ihe
friendship manifested towards the King by
the inonarchs and governing men in Japan,
China and Siam. by the Empress of India
and her representatives, and by kings and
lulers everywhere throughout the vast
series of territories he has traversed, indi
cates the ease with which assistance in any
reasonable project of immigration can be
secured, whatever be the quarter to which
we find it best to turn in search of new
insulation. The King like a royal hunter
has gone forth and roused the game which
it now remains for his followers to capture
and bring home. The great opportunities
thus aflb -Jed to us must not be neglected
now whilst the feelings raised by His
Maiest's iournev are young and strong.
The kindly feeling that has been aroused j
should be promptly taken advantage of. !
A Royal Commission should quickly fol- '
low tqion His Majesty's foosteps. Measures j
of this class if they are allowed to sleep i
and await action that cannot be consurn- ;
mated till the next Legislature meets eight ;
months' hence.are very likely to eventuate
in disappointment through the cooling ofT j
of the warm feelings and interest which
have been aroused by the King's visit. I
Shortly after we went to press last Sat- ;
unlay, it became known that the vacant
ofiice of Chief Justice and Chancellor had '
been filled by the promotion of the First !
Associate Justice, Hon. Albert Francis ;
Judd, to that post. Mr. Judd, received his ;
first apiiointmeut to the Bench, on the lsth i
February, IS74, at the same time as the late i
Chief Justice Harris, and then
the position of Second Associate Justice. Ou
the retirement of Judge Allen, in January
1S77, Mr. Harris succeeded him as Chief
Justice, and Mr. Judd was appointed First
Associate Justice. He has now therefore re
ceived in succession each of the three high
est rewards that are open to the legal pro
fession iu this country and is the first who
has occupied, in turn, each i-osition on the
judicial Bench. He is also tlte first ;
Hawaiian born who has received the ap- '
roiiitment of Chief Justice.
In conjunction with Mr. Judd's promo- j
tioii that of Hon. Lawrence MeCully to be
First Associate Justice was also announced. '
Judge MeCully has been a resident; in this
Kingdom for more than twenty seven i
years. Like the Chief Justice he Was a
graduate at Yale College. He was admitted
to the bar lure in lv9, and was elevated to
the Bench as Second Associate Justice, iu j
January, 1"77. Although not, like the
Chief Justice, a Hawaiian by birth, his j
knowledge of the language and ways of the 1
native race is extensive and thorough.
The gentlemen thus promote! to places
of higher distinction, ami therefore of !
greater responsibility, are well known to
their fellow countrymen. They have before j
them the great opportunity which high :
otViee always opens, and their friends and '
the public look to them not to neglect it.
On Monday, the third appointment to
the Bench was made known that of Hon. i
Benjamin Hale Austin, to be Second Asso- I
ciate Justice. We have reason to entertain '
high hopes in regard to this appointment !
on account of the high opinion held of Mr. i
Austin's cajmbilities. He is known as an
able counsellor and as a gifted speaker, and
gives us the impression of high personal
character of a man who will be devoted to
the strict administration of law and of
Although we do not ourselves raise any j
objection to these judicial appointments,
viewed by themselves and in re'Mion to the
personal character of the recipients, we are
nevertheless unable to agree wif,h a con
temporary who siieakd of the universal
satisfaction with which they will be re
ceived by the public. From our own ob
servation we conclude that there is a
majority of dissatisfaction amongst those
who have any opinion on the subject. We
can only trust that in this as in many
other cases of important official change,
time will give a pleasant disappointment
to those who now take the dissatisfied view
THE KINGS RETURN.
A HAWAIIAN THANKSGIVING DAY.
SERVICES AT T,
The King Laving signifieil to His Lordship
the liishup f Honolulu that His Majesty nud
(Jureii Knjiiiiluui wonhl attend servioe ut St.
Andrew's on Sundaj' morning, nrruugeineiits
were uiade to give to the service r special
character in thankful recognition of the merciful
Providence under whose care His Majesty has
travelled in safety through so many lands, and
over so many seas, nud has returned in health
to his kingdom. There was a large attendance
of members of the Church and of strangers.
Their Majesties arrived without state, and un
attended, in one of their private carriages, and
were received at the door by Mr. J. S. Smithies,
who acted as usher for the occasion. His Lord
ship the Ilishop of Honolulu officiated, assisted
l.y Rev. T. Rlacklmrn, M.A., Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, Rev. J. Whalley, and Rev. W. A.
Walsh ; and the sermon was preached by His
Lordship from the test Luke, chap, xix : v. 13.
" Occupy till I come." The sermon will bo
found printed in full in another part of this
issue (see fourth page). The service was
choral, except that the psalms were not chanted.
The music used for the Te Deiim was that com
posed by Mr. Wray Taylor for the Christmas
service of lust year at this church. The Vtnitt
was sung to the Grand Chant by Humphreys,
and the Rtnr.lictus to a double chant by Dr.
Crotch. The hymus sung were Nos. 108, 13(5,
and 3o7, of the collection " Hymns Ancient and
Modem" (old edition). The congregation
joined iu the singing with more than usual
heartiness, espivially in hymn 13, the time
honored version of the 100th Psalm, All
people that ou earth do dwell," .-;.ing to the old
familiar tune. Tor the Voluntary, at the close
of the service, Mr. Taylor played " Hawaii
Ponoi," and the congregation all remained
standing after the t lergy had retired until their
Majesties had I -ft the church.
TK DKUM CKLKBR.VTION AT TIIK
A great multitude? sisssembled to witness
tin' solemn tvlebnilloii of a T? Deum ut the
Catholic Cathedral. Tlie beautiful edifice
was crowded to its utmost capacity. Mon
sieur Hatard, and the Hon. Noble Rhodes,
acting for this occasion as ushers, received
t'3ieeially iuvitetl parties at the main en
trance, and escorted them to seats. Minis
ters of His Majesty, Gentlemen of the Diplo
matic Corps, Nobles of the Kingdom, Privy
Councillors of State.Gentlemen of the Con
sular Corps, and many foreign ladies, ac
companying the various otllcials, were all
seated, when a signal to rise, indicated the
approach of their Majesties the King and
Queen. The band announced the royal
approach with the strains oi nawaii
Monseigneur Bishop of Olba, iu full
canonicals for the ooeasion, accompanied
bv Father Regis, and attendants at the :
t . , i . . ... i : . 1 . a
altar, marcnea uown ino ceiurai uisie, aim ;
met their Majesties at the main entrance ; !
when His lordship of Olba, atldressel His !
Majesty, as follows : j
" fiv it m vAti' Niil'R MAJESTY.
" The day before vour departure from !
your Kingdom, you deigned to come, and j
ask us to otter up our prayers to Heaven j
for your safe journey around the world. j
Durnnr vour absence, your iaitnuu suo- :
jects lived in compliance with your desire, j
:Uid all the country was in peace, uuuer tue .
guidance of Her Royal Highness the j
I'rincess Regent. j
" You have returnetl to us safely, in good 1
health, and we have now met to thank i
Almighty God, for having safely carried
you through your travels, and to greet our
Iieloved King who has again returnetl to .
A procession of the acolytes and the j
clergy present was then formed and moved ;
up the church in advance of their Majesties J
who, attended by M. Feer and Colonel
Judd and by a brilliant group of staff oftl
cers Colonels Allen, Macfarlane, Jaukea
and Boyd, and Majors Gulick ami Rosa,
proceeded to the chairs reserved for them.
His Lordship then commenced to chant
theTe Doum.aiid was Joined iu the solemn
exercise bv the choir of the Cathedral, led
by Rev. Father Leonoie. After the Te
Deiim a short Latin prayer was said and the
service was closed by Bishop Herman pro
nouncing the Benediction. Monseigneur
Maigret, Bishop of Arathea, was present
during the cerenionj. .
HKHEBVGIVK -N OTICK TH AT I WILL
e-j ""j uci cwi.rai.cu if any our without my
(noUtt- JNO. M KAIKNA
ASJ A;M KXHECTIXCTO l.K i V H T II K
xm. KicgJom ahortly. I herrhf repeat all lrawa
Bavine act- claims arxi-st m o r. ...... .i.-
-' 'elj. H. J. AGNEW.
i TO LET !
j iull f Permanent Lodgers. Rent
Furniture to be Scli Cheap.
MK. J. E. V ll.U.
Rochester Beer !
v.-K-f of the
CO. II tVK Kl I'.IVKD KV
I llo.M I'MIN," from Nr iuii.. an lu-
ROCHESTER BEER IN QUARTS,
Kor Sale io Uuaniit rj to Suit Purrhairs. 41
WJSIC AND READINGS
ROMBERG'S TOY SYMPHONY !
Will be given iu the
LYCEUM THIS AFTERNOON,
At half-pant 3 o'clock. AJuiissiou, 6iK ts. U
FOIl SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al CLIPPER BARK
D. C. MURRAY,
CUT. FRANK O. RAVKNS.
Will Sail far the Above Port abuat tht Middle
of Nfit Wfrk.
Has u pei lor accommodation f..r ps-.-uer, cabin auJ
trerar. For freight or passage, apply l.i thf Captain on
board, opposite the Custom House, i:-.p:tuin.t- wharf, or
F. T. LIN KUAN 4 CO.
Hoiiolu u, Nov. lOlh, 1SS1.
Morolin.ii t strooti
ne r VfiDAtc i in mu i irixi'
SPECIFICATIONS DRAWN UP!
Mrrbnuicnl and Sutrrtat'a DruMjiht
iuk Hour, nud Plitnn Coutirurinl
I'rous Field Xolra.
lUKVCII, IIALIAX, I. Hill IN, SP1.1SH,
POttTI GIKSK AI tUlXKSK,
Tettc?i.s and IZociniieiit
Written in Ihe above l&Qguagea.
XT ALL TRA XSL.AT lb X S U V A K A N T E K I)
Land KcoortlN Wearehetl mul
Ool'2 r0llltlCMltX Il-K lsit31el. 3m
! New Boot & Shoe Store !
BY TIIK i:UICrtSIGNKI)
Sign of the Golden Root
Al No. 144 Fart Street, oppeaile the
; I'uulhroo Stable.
Jut r'0 ivrd a Well selected assortment of Ladies1, (lei. la'
j und Children's
13oot, Shoes and Slippers
New atjrlea, due workmaimhip, at prices that defy
cotnie!iiion. He also maiiuiucturei
! Dress Boots, Biding: Boots, Water-Proof
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters in the
L.tadira Lrnlber Wenr, a Spec-lnlit jr.
Repairing done at lowest rates. Hood workmanship guaran
teed. All orders faithfully executed.
Plenae Give iVIe u Cull.
KESHECTPULLV INFORM TIIK IU? li
LIC that they have purchased the EstuhliHhment
NO. 127 FORT ST.
S. D. Burrows' Planing Mill
And ara oow prepared to carry on the business of
r!oiitr:icf ois Hiiilclcr.c,
Under the corporative name of
PLANING MILL ! !
121 FORT ST., IION'Ol.l'I.U.
An.l that by strict attention to liuiinens they will be war
ranted In reduein prices to a standard that will make it an
inducement for all parties wishing any work in their line to
give them a rail, and tbey will u-e their heat endeavors to give
PUuId?, Shaping, Tarniug,
Kami and Stroll Sawiug,
hours, Sash, Blluds,
Door aud Window Frauie,
Brackets, Ballatrrs, Stairs, lie,
Made to Order
MOULDINGS & KIN-ISII
ALWAYS ON II AND.
(rj All orders filled on ehoil notice, and Jobbing promptly
Mouldings msde to any pattern without extra barge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
j-y Orders from the other Inlands promptly filled. Flans
col specifli-ations furnished to onler.
C. J. HARDEE,
J. G. I1AYSEI.UKX,
noli II. F. BERTEI.MAXX.
flMIE USUKRSIGSEI) 11 A V I ti BEEN
ft duly appointed Administrator of the estate of William
Iarl,lateof llonokaa, Ilamikua, Hawaii, hrrehy noli fles all
parties indebted to the Estate to make Immediate payment to
the undersigned, and all parties havinp claims against said
Estate to present the sme to the undersigned, or to Kich'd .
Birkerton, Honolulu, within six mouths from this date, or they
will be lorever barred.
J. R. MILLS,
Administrator of Kstate of William hart, deceased.
Dated Ort. 5th, 1SS1. PQ& &'
Ijl lU.IC uri(E IS IIKKF.HV BIVEV,
that th undersigned is the owner tl certain par
cels of Land, situated in Kula, Island of Maui, being Kuleana
.No. 8.8S1, and Royal Patent No. o4t. There are 62 acres in
one piece, and 10 acres in Ihe other, making a total of 72
sores I hereby gire pub ic notice that I only he any
right or interest in sail lands ; no one else hss any authority
to lease, sell, or otherwise convey any (ortion of said parcels
ol find. Any person who may have leased either of said
lands or portions thereof must account to me f..r the rent, as
any such leasing is totally unauthoriz d. the fi.rmer owner,
I'auelua, being still al.ve . The undersigned having pur
chased the title in said lands, gives this public notice, to take
effect from the date hereof.
Waiklkikai, Aug. '24, 1SS1. ALOIIIM.A.
Sale of Mortgaged Premises. Pahoehoe 1.
I.KGAI. NOTICE OK
the foreclosure of a certain mortgage iUhI, dated on the
aoxh of October. liTS, msde by Kapaakea and E. Kamsno,
his wife to W. C. Jones, Executor cf the Estate of icholos
George, deceased, recorded in Liber 57, on pages 202 and 20.1.
in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances, Honolulu, and
in pursuance of Ihe power of Sale contained in snd mortgage
deed, I will oflVr for sale at public auction, for csh in hand,
to Ihe highest bidder, at the fmnt door of the Aliiolani Hale,
Honolulu, at the hour of 12 M.. on Wednesday, the 23 day of
November next. (lSsll. all Ihe ri,rht. tille and interest of the
sni.l M. Kapaaaea and E. Ka'.nano, his wife, in and to al! the
premiies contsiued in the said mortirage deed, consisting i f
the ahupuaa of Halioehoe 1. In North Kona, Hawaii. Koyal
Patent No. ISiT, conuining 1C3 acre?. The above is a splen
did coffee land, with many tre. now bearing, and situated
uear the Port of Kailua. Tille perfect.
tor further particulars, apply to the ona"'?"1,
W. C. Junta,
05 3t Executor of N. George, deceased.
1 IV f!
1 1 1 1 1 1 li 111 ill III
Cash Purchasers of U
iu in, i
Greatly K11 larked Working Facilities
Im ov 2rt:ired to Turn Out From
GOO TO 1,000 POUBIBS
STRICTLY PURE CASM.DIES DAILY!
AND WILL SELL HIS
FBIH A 1ST 13 GOODS !
AT THE FOLLOWIXU AVIIOLE.SA LV. YHUTA.
"UUIiicli arc Below Importation Prices :
('It HAM CUDCOLATHS, l'er Pound
iland-niutle Creams, "
("onversation hot iifs, "
Fancy Lnzenes, '
Peppermint Lozenges (triple strong), p r pouml
Almonds, SmooNi and linierial.s, jkm pound
" Itoasted, Pink and liniwn, per pound
Corrinder, Caraway and Anis Seetl, per xund ...
Suerar-coateil Cubebs, per lunind
Gum Drops Strawberry, Hose and Lemon, per pound 40
Uiiocoiate i aromeis, per pouml
Lemonade or Acidulated Iaiiioh Drops, per .pound ,
Cliocolate Pastilles, per pound
Marsh Mellows, Plain and Cryslali.ed, iter pound
Crystalized Liquor Bonbons, per pouml
Chewing Candies Rose, Lemon and Honey, per pound
Caromel Clear Figures, per pound
Cqpoanut Candies in variety, per ouiid
Figures in Conserve and Fancy, ier iHiiind
Machine Drops in great variety and llavors, per pound
Stick Candy iu great variety ami flavor, per jKiuiid
Broken Candy, per pound ,
Rock Candy,"White and Pink, per ound
Pop Com Ralls, per dozen
Pop Corn, White, Pink ami Salted, per quart ,
Peppermint Drops, Transparent, per pound
Pastilles of all flavors, per pound
And many other articles in the Confectionery and Cuke Business t o numerous t men
t' GUARANTEED that all Goods Manufactured by mo aro
AnJ flavored with the finest Essential Oils auJ Spices, and the Best Materia..
Wedding Cakes & Pastries of all Descriptions
MADE OX THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND IN THE HIGHEST STVLE OF THE A KT.
Finest White, Family, Graham and Vienna Milk Bread
Fresh Every Day Noon, ami Deliverel to Any Pun within the Ciljr Li mils.
rJ. "Bm UTothing Less than 25 Pounds is
Considered a. Wholesale Purchase.
Put up wiib Ibe
BEST REFINED CRUSHED SUGAR, au 1 War.autel
useful on long sen Voyage.
W . HO R SI,
ItfjK! iojil CJonVcl ionoi c liiHl.ry Cook,
Steam Factory, No. 74 Hotel street, Honolulu, H. .
Germania Market.; JUST RECEIVED
a xKW 8KiAitTin:i:iLATE arrxvals,
AMI IKKSII, V.U. MUIe'eIIRV DAY.
PORK SAUSAGES !
Our Customers are informed that we
TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION
BRANCH orOUR BUSINESS,
Will Guarantee to Please with Our Goods
GIVE US A CALL !
o. 85 llolrl Klrrs-I.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
I'llKI HKO TO H IIMSII I
anl Estoiatei for Uleel Portable Iraniwaya. with or I
without cars or locomotives, specially adapted lor fuft
Plantations, fermanent Railways, with locomotives and r t , :
Traction Engines and Road Locomotives, Miearo 'loughmir
and Cultivating Machinery, lorlahle t-lesm Engines lor all j
purposes. Winding r.ngines lor Inclines.
Catalogues, with illustration1. Models and 1'hotographs of
the above Plant and Machinery may be seen at the otllres ol i
the uiidnrsined. j
W. I. UKEKN,
O. W M ACFAKLANK Af CO. !
Agents fcr John fowi.kk& to. ,
LOVE JOY & CO.,
IMPORT AND IiKAI. IN ALL KINilS OF
Ales, WINES & SPIRITS
A T 11 W F.S T M A II K ET RAT ES.
0. S X 10
no5 1 in
HouoIbId, II. I. j
JUST RECEIVED ! !
TI. O TJ TS
40. FORT STREET,
A CHOICE LOT OF
NO. 1 FRESH SALMON ! !
Urf CALL. EARI.V, ji ml secure is Gasd
. T . 1 I I
lill IV I'Ul
DISCO U NT
Pounds and Upwards !
i mi mm
t m ,n rfinnrMTDTsr
1 KI 1S(.
u m m a m il
4.i 40 44
4, i .
:iii1 Ii cs i- 1 Tsiiiiarinds
t ktcp ia any olimtt. Very
Tlir L.lluVkli.K ij.hkIi which w.lt b aold at
ilt sold at
r -a. A . A
llt.li- licit Caliluruia Hay,
California llar.l Kc.) Hi ir ks,
"sfrirls Kresli California l.lm.
Wliiie Hros ' lu-t Kn(tlish pi.rtlauJ CVmrnl,
Manila lloprs, Hlsnkpta, Vet Jarkrls,
Ca-s Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cass Oysters, 1 an.l 8 lb litis.
! Ales, Wines and Liquors;
Cases ' r.iauily.
Caes MarU-ll's Hrari.ly,
Cai.es Hontelleau 4-diauioi.d Brandy,
Casks B .ntelleau ft llennessy liraudr
a-e Culler No. 1 and ) K Wbirky, "
In-ill V C K F Whisky,
Ches liufl Gordon Mierry,
Cases Hi st Knglikh Fori K lo
Cas beht California Port Wine,
t: Clarei, bet brands',
1'ast-s Old Maderia and nlfcer Wines,
I i"i heat English Ale. qis and pis;
Cases Hest English I'orter, uls and i
Canes St 1.ui Kt-. r, qts and pis,
Cases Uora Ueer, (,ls and pts.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
CONSTANTLY KKPT IN STOCK.
All the above meritione l (JimhIs will be sold on Ihe
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
i 4 Gin
XI TJ A.2D OPPIOB,
AO M ALLHTREET. IM h W VOBK.
IMIK AltOVK f'O.MMAM IIAVINU K.H
tablishe.1 an Al'C.k v at Honolulu, fur il. llu.u.n .
andi, the undi-rsigii' d is authorized l.i aiipt and write
Il V Tfc I ?sf IZ ISKH
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure, Com
missions, and Hulls.
At current Kites.
J. S. WALKER.
Aeent for the Hawaiian Islands.
i uo& ly