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WKDNKSUAY, J AST ART p. IfrM.
Independent Ticket of Representatives
LEGISLATIVE SESSION Of 18S4.
J. O. GAUTEK.
4. I. KaWAJNU.
A. P. KAL.VCKOA,
A. K. KTNCIAKKA.
Thi; filo i thi" tici.Pt fur
UoftKMBJB. Neil mooUi tbe t,nxl men ami
trWff Hoooiolnvrill Lvp wi Mwrtnnitr
of 4oine by" tknr vote abetter thoM
vfao loe ireevicm or ukiw wuo uke a cor
rout cmvr&awot wr in the aecendaiKT
jiniH'ctiv 4m lioMers form a fonakV
n)4f itt. and it will taki every vote of
Ue iatei)iHleot t Meat ttwin JLr.
Carter it- ton well kJiowx to neeil bqt
hfTbMiup. I1 is an Ihhh inao, and that
Hi Heii if ms n'ORuaiiwuuwi.
AtuVl to thif i altuity. anda preat expert
efice m the worluflp of pQTrmneiit aflftir?.
Mr J. I". Kawaumi ba fearlessly ei
IOMxl Official COTTUptaOB. aDll lia. FUfTfJV!
oSkwd in conequeDcr. AVe
luay exjx'ct Uie HUue farioeiieu in tbe
Iea. Knnniakea and Kalaokoa bare
autl UI UHtH VtliU lTtU FUlUll
TTm orwmrtniiiiv for e&th&ir tLe iin
Mnt rvik fS1 liooffered. lost or rained, in
one day Tbe righting of
evu or auouieir iwo ywir oi is
tlie cbokc ofJereu to tbe voters,
llrkjun su tei. Lvtejxtu.t Tickct!
Tht fnll Court
inju&rtioii was tbe only riroper vay to restrain
wbfit they beM to le an illegal i&sne
of Roi ernuieot Bonds tbe frame petition
et antiKed for an injunction. Judge
AlrCnlly diaaiSMti tbeir itetition. xiym
Uie eworn answer of tbe Minister of JVi
nance that be never intended to issue tbe
lued for any silver coin, or for any bat
V. S. rokl or it& otjaivalent.
Hie Court in it- opinion fray tbat tbe
answer u rant lp taken to le aeoordin to
tbe law a it bas HDce been drlejmi&el by
iiklwaiJ antbonty. In otber vxnK tbe
Mi&Her did not mean all tbat bi. answer
literally means. Imt only tbat noetbe lat
otinton f tbe Court be bad not intended
io wew pow iMDO ior Fuver.
AVe vdiet a sjuvdy inettf tbe Winds
A mxAMaHiLk wail! a very cry of anymy.
a tbe wbiplasb of cxitician frcorrd tbenn
fortOavate iliniftenal bacla. was giren
fort by tbe orjan of tbe Ministry last
Mofiday taorai&c Ob' bow tbat indictment
in tbe lart (iArxrrcAnrftnzr And
it aetaally tool, five davs bard work to ret
np tbat bmnibatim; euubition of twitinr
and fquirminp. ci ix&it iraui uiun.wiiini
rnisreprnseotation and actnal miFtatement
wbicb tbe rawlnced.
De&r! dear it wa a sirbt to make even a
JJaoter weep, slone a graven image.
nevy ingl& case of attezapttl defense
ibere wa eiuier evasion or mere uemai
witbwt it tittle of itroof. KMr.Adeefi
iaikm wa 6&tisfactory. bow wa it tbat
tbe Cbambrr of Commerce was so alarmed
atwat tbr resort of H" Tbat Captian Kd
wanb Wirf anply lor penuiion to wear tbe
Order of haUkana. and tbat be was
owed has bettiBbbt&ed in tbe Jlrm$ d
Vr Cm. Tbat tbe pronation eidled
ridieale abrrawl if evidenced by
in paj(i, and if
tbe administration will iromie n immn
nity from vecntjoii. we will bavc no ob
iection to imbUfeb few cboice FjociiiM?ns
from o&r. eoUediou, Tbe intttgation of
tbe libeS frU by rownnent oibeers is a
iiotomffii fact. Tbat tbe Cabinet rff en
force tbe leral tender act is a
fact aed tbat tbey receded from tbeir tio
wtion i no altioe of tbat ad of petty
lte, bat an acknowledrement tbat tbev
bd dose wbat was wrong Tbe New Zeal
and ajers of Utt tnaO abowod bow
tboronrbly "inotninionfi " bad UfB tbe
fate of tbe ttest. it wa read lefore tbe
prxreded a tboogb no sucb document
was in eurfence: it 'ffas tbe voice of a pig
tav bitli tbe lof 1 v AnMralian dM nU pyta
deign t. notice Abu joor Cabinet, wbat
a wrtncwa ngnre n& ai"Jtogii cnis. now
be 4ww5 tbat tbe bas and
bow iowerle be tf to torn tbe tal4es ou
tbe criik: well may tbe Ministers say:
And tne ojipoMUoD can repr:
tna in a hole tariaf actfaentT.
HU tfciaay fmvtMx like an muttj bm
liar f aa4ie tncka before iiUtmrca
i aatU Hw aaem vrepi
Tin: Sotimoe Court in 1nco has
Ined of the liond case, sometimes inaccurately
termed the coinage case, by
to isie the mandamns pmyed tor. on
the irroonrlthat atihorurh the petitioners
had a legal right as tax payers to briar
tiieir suit Rgninsi ue juntsier
of prevnung hun, livordertrf Court,
from tlotu; the illecal act of SfKini: rov
eremeBt cold liosds befcw rr. yet tLo
order should have been an injunction, and
not a nHmnanras.
The Conrt fully sasUin the unporiant
right e-I mitivRJnai -taxpayers tooutain
Uie Ml OI toe uiwn jiauiM s
platcd iwUic wrong on the part of a Crown
.Minister, i Je annonncemeni ol
is aospicioiis of a better administration
of puliftc affairs in the future, for
even a corrupt Ministry would
Wore eijouEg tlmuselves too readily to
strits bv nnvate tursons for dereliction of
ntnaal lutv Thst community would lie
indeed abject in which none could be
touad io demand of its troMic serrasts &
peiformafice ol l&etr soiesin duties.
TbeCoerl dearly declared its juriolic
iivfi orrr the Trelinc acts of a Crown
iukar Wan if .!,!, wtt Wtf Uinr4vrFMl lrr
the King m ConndL Any other view, as
the Conrt declared. " would be intolerable
in a Constitutional Monarchy " This view
is shown to !c familiar to English and
American Qocrts. as well as to be sane
tioaed by Die Hawaiian Constitution.
Tien however, one considers the earnest
ncss "with which this view was cotnbattnl
in the r. C JAerftVr and A'lete. and the
urgency with which counsel for the
contended for Ministerial
from suits, it is perhaps to be regrcttl
tlia't the Court did not-in its opinion, qnoto
more at large from the constitutional and
statutory powers of the Judiciary. Those
powers ire so clearly by law. that
t -was surprisiraTto see Vrown lawyers
arguing that it was cnconstirational interference
for the Court to nndwtake to enforce
executive duties, rcrhaps no Cnrr
opportunitr' could lie offered, to nssert in
a caim, dignified and earnest manner, the
mnctitniiraul srmmnaev of the Supreme
Court over dl executive dcrexiction of
dearly dcSned duties. All the judicial
power of the Kingdom is bv the
vested in that trilcnal.andinsuch
rAmr nAnrt .. Mm fwdaMished liv law.
It is -wen then that these -views have I
been Trattilatea, in of2r that the
latio&a landmarks maj lc roin,t,lonl
Tnntt swmsto tie common mind tolw
a deal of nnccrtaintr concerning lie
meaning and f mictions ot Uhj pnch dis
coWo3 mandamns and injanciion. e
roof s that in many caws, tho difforcac
uvn DiKm ! Rn tcvliniru that ire can
not it MTc can understand that
an injunction is an order, or as
the cape may be. made by the Conrt of
canity, prohibiting the doing of sonic act
(tafcen from the classical interdict of the
A writ ox mandamns is said io date
luirt to Queen Anne's U, or earlier, and
to hare been originally a writ issning from
the sovereign directing one of his officers
to Jo an o&cia dnrr. The writ cradnallr
wss extended to other rmrrwes, and now
is hie the writs ned in rarate suits. The
terminology howeTer, which writers arr'?
to tne decrro or omer caiie an mjnncoon
and to writ of mandamus is often defective.
One is said to be preventive and
the other remedial But each is remedial
and each is preventive, in the sense, that
.m Imfl, rtertMiMi wbn.vnll! to ward
off or prevent what might maxe
One is said to bo iirohibitive and the
other directory, one orders an act to be
done, the other orders an act not to be
done. But this is of ten a mere formula of
words. An injunction against violating a
contract is equivalent to a decree requiring
its performance. A writ requiring
officers to announce the results of an election
would produce the same result as an
injunction forbidding them to withhold
the names of the persons elected." In ths
bond case, the Chief Justice declared at
the hearing lief ore himself, that he did not
think so much of the technical name of the
rrocess bv which an omaal duty is re
quired to be done, but ca the appeal, the
full Court regarded the dntieswhich the
loan .lcx devolves on uie .juuimct ui x
as enforceable only by an injunc
tion forbidding the violation of said duties.
The Court is to be rommcndfO in its evident
desire to do even the most technical
jnstici4o the offenders in this case: but
u laj 1M1UUU lu Ull' luuucniu iinaijj
thinl the Chief Justice was not far from
the mark the first time.
Iookug over the December mortality
report for the district of Honolulu, the
reader will see that there are G3 deaths:
most people will probably glance at the
figures, say is after all not so
much, and trunk no more about uie mailer.
It is a matter for crave consideration how
ever, ami we propose to tec what lesson
can bo learned from the figures.
Sixty-three deaths in a population of
we think that the estimate is
over rather than under the mark means
an annual death rate of 12 per thousand!
In December however, the deaths were
above the average: the average number
per month leing 53.0S. Tbe following
table which we bale obtained through the
kindness of Captain J. H. Drown, gives the
ueatiis tor eacft monu in uie year:
Frtesur.. 4 Alfa,!.
April.. . . ... .ftlOcfefcrr . ..
JaBr DdtMln . ..
Now G37 during the year is an annual
Will rato of 35.3U tier thousand. To un
derstand this we must compare it with the
death rate in other parts of the world. In
formation upon this point is not as full as
we should like to have it. but enough is
available tor purposes ol in
the Mctonan lear Itoonwe nntiasioi
Briu.fa Gaius.. .T
Of the countries quoted, the climate in
very case is notoriously more unhealthy
than" ours. VTe have no deadlv fevers to
sweep off hundreds of our population, and
yet our leath rate is higher than that of
the most unnealtnv island in tne est
Is then Honolulu an unhealthy city' we
think it need not be: woxunsilookforsome
cause, however, for the large mortality.
and we think it can be snmmed up in the
one word carelessness." A glance at the
mortuary report for December shows this
piainiv enougn: oi uie ii aeaws ujk occurred
during that month. 30 are marked
as unattended; i. t. nearly fifty per cent of
the tieonle who died had had no medical
assistance whatever. But the Board of
Health never seems to trouble its head
about the matter. e may venture to as
sort that not one member of it has given
his attention to the death rate, or has com
pared it with the death rate of other cities :
hail buy member dose so he would have
been appalled at the figures, and would
have at once called the attention of his
coUeacues to the matter.
The President of the Board of Health
before he was in office vapored a great
deal about his anxiety for the health of
the people, especially the Hawaiians, in
fact he climbed to power by using it as a
party cry. Others who had had the
the public health had not done
their dutV. but he was rcdng to change all
that He has now been in office nearly
two veers and even in thisrhis pet hobby.
the subject on which he has written a book
even, people tail to sec uiat any improvement
Las been made. It cannot certainly
lie said that there has been lack of
funds, for the vote for health purposes was
larger than it has ever been. A lresident
who was reallv anxious for the welfare of
the native Tjoorie would have used the
iunu at ins disposal to increase uie aii
nX twm ii iiloti4 WMane in TlnnrtlnlTi.
There can lie no doubt about the hard
work that the covernment nhysician does.
but there can also be no doubt that there
are far more cases than he can properly
It is acknowledged that the Hawaiians
arc careless in sickness: it is tbe duty of
those who have eharre of the public health
to see the.l every facility is given them to
call in physicians, and it can nnhesita
lie said that every facility is f
glvn urcm. xuuies. usicjitauu:, aiuir
ccres for favorites, these things can be at
tended to, but the health of the poor Ha
wvian ntnM be attended to.
This is a matter that the members of
the next Legislature will closely scrutinize.
ana we mir lie sure uiai u uje uiurivjiu
Tit iirlt 1m elected such a searchinjr en
quay wfll be made as will make even use.
brazen forehead of the President of' the
1tr,1f colon "The Health
of the reoplcl of tbe Hawai
tan! that is one III the watchwordsof the
trm. , reformer. The rmnicr has had nis
trial and has failed. It is time that
some true lover of the people take his
place ; some man of executive ability; some
man who really means
ie. ana ot snen uiere is no iac& in uie
Hirvaiian Islands. Ion should have re
duced this death rate of 3.1.3C per thousand
Mr. 'Minister: with proper care it might
have been done:
IVrrn commendable promptitude the
of Customs has placed
before the public the table of exports for
Uie last quarter ot ij, ana also tne witi
exports tor the whole twelvemonths. The
total value of our exports falls short of
1SS2 by SlGL&UiS. It is not a large sum
certainlv. but a country such as ours is
cannot atTord to retrorrade. it must be ad
vancing all the time. Still the past year
stands as the second most . rrcsnerons one
r r s.
sn the Hawaiian commerciM annals.
The snirar crop is virmaEv the same as
that of ISfi, the difference. 0.783 pounds
or about 35 tons being too small to notice-The
crop lor 1SS1 is estimated at oi,000
tons, or in.wu.uw, pounas. ana wiu
short of that amount: thedrozchl
during the summer of 1SS3 having a very
serious enect on tne cane, dusicowmucn
tbe deterioration will prove to lie can
hardly be properly estimated, but planta
tlrtn Tiar nw Tiimflliinllr yjTHTttirjff
when they come to talk of the coming
crop nnd some of our best calculators consider
that some considerable per rentage
must be sHowed for shrinkage. The fact
that during the years tnese islands
TrrodttoftI xcspeetivelr 57,0SS tons, and
57,033 tons of sugar, and that the estimate
of 57,000 tons for 1SS4. is regarded by
souvjss excessive, should lay at rest very
completely the fears which have been expressed
by the Tnited States Sugar Commissioners
and others. These gentlemen
seemed to have an idea that our capabilities
for sugar raising are boundless: and
it has been a hard matter to prove to them
that their fears are utterly groundless.
V are. even now. Terv near the limit of
our cultivation: the highest estimate made
of what our sugar lands are capable of
proincinfj is os!y mini tons, cut even un
der most lavorable Uicmustances thatj
limit wjUnsvcr be rraehrf. Irvrih a good I
year, exceptional weatherand ample tain
ww Tntcit inemaso sav 5.000 tons AtTie
is such n crop when compared with law
needs of the Cnited SUtes ' In 1SS1
1,103,722 tons of sugar were used -.p by
our great neighbor, and it is well known
that the increase in the ue of sugar out
strips the natural increase of the popnla
Uon. Wilt then must 67.000 tons of Isl
and tjigar appear in tho great total of the
sugar used by the Kepnblic; a meiv f
rtte, a mere "trifle, a hxp in the bucket
The question of admitting such a trifle
dutv free, should not weigh with the legislators
of tbe United States one moment.
As for the iouisiana planters. Hawaii does
not dash with them one iota. If the treaty-
is abrogated and the sugar production
of the Sfawailan Islands falls off as it
intalli.Wr wfll do. the recitie voast wiu
fill the hiatus in its imports with sugar
from Manila. To Hawaii the United States
bur been pnvinir in roods: in spite of a
considerable apparent discrepancy be-
tween experts ami imports, me anrouui ol
coinVtuallv sent down in 1SS2 was only
a pidtrv SSOaOOO. if our memory serves us.
Our trade report f or 1SS3 must stand as an
excellent argument in favor of the treaty.
and it will doubtless lie so used liy Uiose
who are favorable to ns.
Xext to sugar, rice stands. "We find that
though the deaned article has fallen off
to tne extent oi ions, nut on uie ouicr
hand there lias lieen an lncreaso in the ei
port of paddy amounting to 451 tons. This
business is almost entirely conducted bv
Chinese, who prove industrious and frugal
and get more out ot their land than any
other dass of people would. How the
United States will view the rice matter, no
ono seems to know accurately, but there
seems to bo n sort of nncomf ortable feel
ing that those changes " which President
.trtnur aiiuueu to is ins messau, itui
rir at ones.
A small industry which lias progressed
remarkably well during the year is that of
shipping Jiananas: an incrcasoof 10.054
industry deserves every encouragement.
AVherevcr a man has a plot of land he can
easilv cultivate a few bananas, and we are
informed that quite a large proportion of
tne bananas exponea come irom smaii
lioidings. ijouee nas also mcreoseu: it is
almnst dnnble what it was in 1SS2, but
even now the export is really insignificant.
Imin- but eiht tons for the whole year
The other exports which show an increase
are fungus, goat skins, hides, betel leaves.
Call auii hOTj' Etaous. aouuh ouh "wi
lmvn fallen off. tbe former 45X4G nonnds.
and tbe latter 210X42 wnnds. Of tbe
fonrtwm articles wbicb coinnnse onr ex
iiorU. five sbow a dt?crcaso and nine an
increase: but of sbowinr, a decrease,
in the case of sngar tbe decxeawiseo
Email tbat it mav le regarded as
tbe same as fast year's export Tbxec
articles nave msappearcu irom me usi
altogetbcr. iz: salt- ixi and pnlu.
The renort for tbe vcar is on tbe whole
encouraging, onr exports bave fallen off;
lull auer nu uie loiung uu i unit umw.
A voting country like ours sbould alway
I? advancing, nnd we would ratber bave
ieen f IGI.O1W increase tban decrease but
the small decrease can be readily accounted
for bv tbe drought: it is not caused by
anv falling off in the energy of our people
Indeed tbe mexvase in tho number of mi
nor articles of export shows that an energy
is being displayed by small Lolders, which
we hope to still further dor
inr the imnt vear. This ear will alsc
add a new industry to the hst; the Aides.
Fruit and Taro drvini: Company at Aai
luku, are in full working oruer now and
considerable quantities both of taro flour
and bananas will probably be consumed
"Were this country only sere of the
treat v. the commercial outlook would be a
thorourhlv brurht one, let us bono uuttiie
bright ray of renewal nay flash across our
AsciasiU) Fouxn, the celebmUd wir
rmed throcfh here abo&t 1 4 montae
aa, bat had not time to lecture, i ckcs to b
morricxL He met hi store wif in O&kUnJ. fehe
m a iliss Sldjx. yoaacprt l&tntr of Gen. ai. (. .
Tb hrs.Ta bat roocb coma-
rxmdeat Lu mt bis I Ale at UsU ilis Aleis is
noi UU17 10 anow aaT mora Rca ureperaic
as ttut rid tbroccb ZulnUni. The Ted-disc
u to tale place in England.
We wre that a MmtKanararT runs avav yiUi tLf
idea that Uiier F&&ha. vlio bu one oat to take
comnuitfoi me ivDeaiTT a army in lae wxioaa. is
the celebrated trarelex. Sir SAtnnel Bal.tr. As a
fart, llitpr la&ha u a tcit different rersooac? :
he u Cot Valentine li&ker. cue of tbe hest caralrr
oficrri in Korore: the defeuUnt ia a ctlolmiUl
case is the English rwzU, which led to his
from the army. lie duticjniabed himself
ia the Tnrtish zxmr dtmnr; tbe
x unn front Sveden. rpcentlT receired. eait:
About 40.000 men. women and
Sjaedcn jrerlj for America. There weiweTirj
probabilit j of the njicration ooatiacisj; for socae
rears to come. If aicmallrartooTUdbe persaaded
to co to iianu,. it would be veil, a ice most 01
them are rtrr cwJ reorlt and are nadoobtedlr
better fitted for work tban those vbo etcicnte to
the Islands from Nora-ay. Since Mr. Onpp report
njorcoTcr, nothing farther hu bees heard of
any eomriaint from toe Norarcuns. and there H
n nHni)iianie'tf anrh arnf sriltfin Ttiitmohf .
JV 14AA; vn...o. vw.. vmi .".. .h
be considfraticn: the Xorrtfiian and
emicratlon hut not rtrorrd & awwss. does
anj one feci like tryicf: a new Tenture from Swe-
BLinTCZZT HTs. la Washington, snuercroend
telegraph and telephone cable conneetxnj: tbe
the eapitol with other public braldinc ore now
beisc tested on an extensire sale. xtn cables
have been laid, and the fire and poboe haTe
been attached m as to oocnect are hedqttirte
with one of (he It U sud that the
tcrennienoent ox the Lre alarm tewcrapa nas
miul aorti bta have oonxiiiPrxl him thai
craph wires need not be strung on poles. It is
cratifrm: to team that so mteh procress has been
made at Washington. The other creatcrues of
the country shockl follow its exampr and rid
their streets of tbe tmsichUr, incoaTeniect and
langexooa wires and pole. Indeed, as
recent temtle accidents indicate, the nrtrieipil
acLhontics will before lone be obliged to rauore
the wires cm cmrmdj of pnblic safety alone. The
wonder is that tbey hare been allowed to
and disSrnre the streets m lone. Honordn will
probably haxv to f au into line pome cay.
SrcxciXT Folgu esUraalec that the sorpla;
reTesoe of the United fcUtes wiUbebyJcneSDof
next year f85jW0,0OO. or. exdodinc tbe aoottnl
thesiniinrfnnd.it will be t4aJ0LOOi
lie estunatrs a net surplus of f f,aO,a for the
next year, and be is of the opinion that if the laws
be not chanced, the rtrenne will increase rather
than decrease. X prow sorplos ol even $S5,0CO4n
H year wotuo pay on uie pcr cents itv."jyji
ia lima andahalf Tears: it would raroCtbes1
per cents i&SQJXCfm) doe in 1S91 and leTe
llOCUMUMI orer, and by 2337. when the next
debt tbe 4 Per cents f$7SjOHO.OOP
fans doe. tbe snrplns would amount to JMSQAtV
kv or cesny iwtoe an nracn iu io ww paju
Dedsennr the requirement ot the ttrrAing f end,
still be an annual ssnaVs H X0tV
000, ibe siakinj: Ipnrt .alce wooH proVide for
nearlraU the beads payable by l$Q7tsnd the present
ritor rerenoe and cxpeaditnre wnld nrodcee
Erxiacta of the amount ot fugir which can be
obtained Irom orcncra. iroie9soTOeorceti.ios
of JTew Jerr says: "When a mill expresses from
30 to TO per cent ot joice from etnrpod and topped
cane, it may yrtleare more than one- half of the
sugar ia the befraue. This fact is shown by an
example. The cane on a certain plot contained
4119 rereads of rnrar per acre, of tin the mill
preeed 113 poend. learinc in the bepafwe SS per
cent oz tne rorar wcicn un cane cociameu. 1 u
resatt is the rsort f arorable in the and
the other extreme is found on a different nlof.
where nearly 70 rcr cent of the sorar was wasted.
In eleven case tha loss exceeds 60 per cent, and
aprnrectlT, tbe gieener tbe cane the emaller the
los cf snear by the miliar process. To explain
this loss ft is necessary to assume that a considerable
portion cf sugar is stored in the cane in a
aoud sxair, timer as pure crysuixzra acpax, or m
some ooCBbmatMD easily soloble in water."
Tax initial number of the Hniim iltiiif
X9zft has been laid upon tbe desk. It contains
one continoed story, Tne Fire Dollar Piece"'
a rnanctn outline, "Thalia's Tramp. " by Ralph
Smith; and paper" on JpaB, by HL it. Kcott:
and "On Hawan's Contnbction to the War for the
Vnion.1 Two pieces of poetry appear in this
ntnebet TJ tbe Uack eyes of Alias
Folded eyes.-" the latter docs not seem a happy
title. There is an exrcllent memorial notice of
the late Mrs. U. C Koper, chiefly from the pen ol
"Jennie June." who was an istinale friend of tbe
deceased lady. The editor has f alhiled hi prrv.
mite of ciTing Cotcments. Foreicn Missellaay,
Fashiona. Whuusaaaliue and a linxzleIeparv
nrcnt. Tbe MacaxiDe is deodedly a dairtare in
the right dirtclxm and as time Roes on eiE
attract around itataucberrf wrirs
ahowilldapiodwcrtr Dr. Ilodcenrjascu heartiest
pood wishes for tbe continued ssoccm of hn
Xicx, Fuxcx, Not. Lex. 1SSL
Pst Director Edw. C Doran. C. S. X. died at
Nicn, France, Sot. 1st, lf3. eoeaaed was born
in Frnnylranix, in l&OL and entered the rnited
SUtes Nary in Jf-L haying been in the serice SI
years almost coctinuooely. Ha was selected by
tbe rrrsident to reprrsent the United states at the
Farts Exposition, and at the dose, applied for
leave of which was readily granted, as be
then stood Xo.5 "on tbe IK." and according to
the nsaces of the Kary, should bare been Chief ol
tMEKBvB OX pronsxxifl ana qmusc vai vcuq; u
n 1 mw M " Wmr t'rmu he was aTer
alanjrbrd by a yonncfter ot ISO, and decMd wfcF
allowed io remam in Ecrope mrtil Dtc ISfiJ when
be was placed oa the reared list a conformity
with the law retinrc officers who had attained the
tGieffil fc ....
lBT inrecsor uoras was suuoneu in xionoiiua
wot run sznee. wnei he made and retained
many friend; he was a rental, well informed,
honest man, one of God's noblecwa " a
man who. tafcra all ia alL we w'er shall look upon
i)iii)i:vi) or rorn nor-
niTSHrf rtwUWTilt Sor-M-
MUlMHbad(aBi Oavat ta ante
aUefpiaade.eaUrhtat. J. 5A. Jl.
RETROSPECT OF IVOK IK UAWATX
The TJoincs of a Tear,
STtU. FSreJinKinctreet. Gulkk's resUence,
WayXKowoV ahd Wolfe's establishments, burned
down. Scarcity of water. Loss $30,000.
Tuu Schooner Uuama, coos ashore at
total loss crew saved.
1st II mister o( Finance publicise first nuarterly
stat cmect of receipts and ex prnditares of Hawaiian
by Mutttter IUcgett. and Br Ituth cf V.&.&
Mssx. FUU at Music Hall ia eTealor.
f th. I . S. fi. Essex satis for Yokohama.
C.T.Gidkk sprinted TtaryIk.mrd of Health.
Br stiamer "Hankow arrirps from the Axorea
with 1414 lNorUcweso lmmiiants.
9th. Beckwith street, Hoaolnla, opened fur
Iibe. suit against pmpnrtors iitrmn Vt Mn
ended. Verdict not polity.
" 10th. OiTTTTT lit' salt ciTil easci, ettded. Jade-
ment in faror of the rropnetcm. Crimmal case
4 by Attorney General.
11th. Hon. Godfrey Khodea resigns fromlknl
13th. JJbl suit against Snturi endrd.
Verdict in faror of proprietors. Third victory for
Heavy rainstorm, oonaequent freshets.
Ilth.Trataot A. W. Bush.
17th. IVata of Hcrrey E. Whitney.
A canrict, Ultsm Brown, impnsocrd fur raur
dcr, escapes from Oatre IVison.
Ground broken for the foundation of ImiMina
for Honolulu library Aitsociatn; HotrtrtmU
20.h. J.J. M tek commiU niade.
riit. Firniruy;shareholJraof Mutual Telephone
3rd. organisation Hawaiian Urmape Socieiy.
fth. I'nWiMtion in Gixrtk cf
irport of Honolulu, for April. May, and June.
lXmmcriccrneot ff esatotnatiorw in Govern-schools;
Sfih, FHtn ot H. Ix Swinton.
The of Foreign Affairs
of Interor anf imterim TicoJ.E.Bash
iMh, SaJ. of Music Hall at auction.
SUlh. steamer "Australia leaves, carryinc Hawaiian
exhibit to lioaton Exhibition.
81st. Uwaaic S. & Cs steatter Mariposa"
OarL Howard, arrives from San Francisco in the
fastest tune on record, vu: S days 71 hours and 3D
minute- . .
Schooner "Jali. with protect bearers and
aula f or txiuibtxas.
Mr.H. J..kcnew oommits suicide by jutapicfi
4i4tard from sUwmer MIikeltke.
Ureat soircity of water dannr, past monlh.
rnd, Ktcrption ou board O. S. iC "Maripusa.
Mb. First cstabluhmcnt of Wells, Farpi aRency
U. I. J. M. S.l!iajio sails for Japan.
6th, C. T. Golick appointed Minister of tbe Interior.
7th. "Mariposa sails for vtn Francisco, Hawaiian
Band pxs forward to attend Knights
13th. Opinion invco by the Chief Jasttce in the
steamer Madras cue.
14th, First issae vf natiTo newsapef Ac Aa
Heavy fresheU in Usiolala stream.
BridQ at Ewa, Uahu, carried away.
15th, r. C. AJmiiter plagiarism exposed by
ISlh. F.S.& Tcnsacola" arriTc.
27th. Oomutencement ot tidal distutbanor; end
7th. Suppusod cause, the temble earthquake at
Alb, Commencement of the Flowerdew tram-war
25th. liisa ball. Uonolula va Amity dabs. Honolulu
wins soars 2i to 1.
-Mb. Death of Jamw G. Hayselden.
2-Hh. The Qxxmx obtains and publishes tbe
celebrated lscrresT, before the same is receded
by IheForeisn repreMnUUres, Considers bla ex-
catciseat in the lVmier's office.
tai. I', iv. S. "rcCsacuU sails for Japan.
Beroard Gdboy, who royscod from ban
to Australia, alonet in a small boat, passes
throscfc by ftoaoer to ban Frarjcisco from &i-ney:
voyage aocuocplUhod. See Gixxtte account
3rd. Tha Hawaiian Band retains pr
xroni ion Itancisco.
Mr. C It. Bcckland assumes editorship ot tbe
4th. Death of Mrs. Mary Irwin mother of W.G.
7th. Hearing before Justice Austin in the
C. T. Gobcfc rcrians secretarythtp of Honolulu
Fire Demrtnienl afur 17 Tears serriee.
I?th. First Weils Fatro & Co letter boxes located
10th. re corner Merchant and
Bicharu sxeeu: loss tu.
lilh. News relatiTe to the Premier's arrangement
with r. M. S. S. Co to import Chinese.
13th. 1'romnlcatKHi of the J pr heAd.1
Statmeuta and connterstatementa.
15th. Meeting between Cans Spreckels and tbe
J-A- Mecrteaa appointed first agent vt
the uawa.ian ucmano oaory.
ilia delivers a temperance address at
Formation of "AVoilingnwn Union."
lSth. Volcano at Uilo Ttrractirt.
19th. First annnal rsteting of the Hawaiian
roth. Arriral of AmencAn Uirt C. SouthArd
Hclbert, dismasted and in distress.
2.nd. rpst Geo De Iku; G. A. It, hold their
30th. News rcceired of loss and disaster to Teasel
aMud, well known in Honolalu.
Eeoeipt . of new Hawaiian stamps 100, 50 and 25
i .i -.. .- t
WUW UUKHOWUNU. a m vr imiinm.
American Waltham Watches
Awarded Tax (4d Xedai. The only medal! an
e4 f or Wrckn. Metbearae IatfraaUoosl iaibitloa
Taeont OoM MeAal; alnn lkrretprclsl and Toei
first pncs. jUrrr, ISTs.
TVr OoW Stedal, Tsris, rwr Ftrel rriae iled,
al. lUilU Ipala. 1C
Tftc nvriiulrdacTrM of tbere Celebrated Watcbec
has prodaecd boet of werthlrrf imiUtltm. Bbjct
wlU observe UcTraa Vsik. "Walthsm. Ma--
on tht platrf all Geaalae Walthsm Watches
Uah: ate vtaaped A. W. Co.. It rr lllu,; aad
Mirer cm are atacapd Aarrttaa Watch
1ST of all shade are to be hid at
? A..M. ILLUS',I01 KorlM.
JC" Th Lri ?CtnrttIe jt win Co at
? " 'a. M. 7ICI.I.1V, 191 l'r( !U
t Aa variety LaocFIckce to be had at
9CT A.yf.mXLlS. lailafMSt.
.ii" and coicrs of Ilosiery to be foaad at
A. M . MEI.I.IV, IWI Tort .
fcJ" ALirteAfSOrtBKtitef Drocadricai b? sera At
WT A JI.3IEl.IJS.10irrlM.
nrnrtaMe c weUattiac Corset, cw Io
a. a. ai:i.ijw, 10 1 rert t.
IF YOTT ARE SICK.
If yet are sli. UOP BrrrXRSwlIl
arlj aid tnr ta sasklag Ton veil
araTn wbra ail falls.
It srr bat feel
the aced ct a crind took aad UraiUat,
nevrr reiraiy till re msde s aew
!f toq an eoetlvet djpprptlcor are
aSTenaz fnwa ayoher ef the aaarows
idiseaaea of tbe ; ach or beel". It i
TnsrmriLlMMrxe reauln HI, for
a mi nria restedj In all fact
or KMscj IHsca.e. atop tenpein; Deata
tblf mswtent, aad tarn for a care to
IF m are alck vlOl that Inriblr
rem H1 Sad a "Cilia
ia t;ira4"la tbe f
i.tr. a rr tdeat
L barricade roar
loa araiatt tbe penanr nf all coantrir
ejrtdeaue. Hiioas im
1 rrers f the ae of
irTM have raea. sallow
rkta.Md breath, patas aid acbe. aad
will rite yea fair slim, rich blood, the
rweettvt breath, health aadrwnrorU
la ael,tbey tare ALLIia of
tbe Ewet, Flmd, lirer.
errr. Maa-y. c. ana"
ti! br paid for a tae they will aot care
ar help, or for aiytbiaj laipsre or
foaiBd in Iben.
Tbat poor, beoriooea. laTaUd wife,
vivter. asolher er dsat hter, caa be made
the plctare of health by a few bottles of
II P Bttter. cortlac bat a trite.
L Will yon let them swJTer ?
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich the
A4 ye. ill haTeiMtttkaessaTirSrTiaf or doetrt"
I". hale by
Sjt nolXUTEg CO nooohrra
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
ruE iAG!rintEST sett icos mxnirs
ISariposn mid Alameda
rVHl Leave Honolulu A San Francisco
Onthe I st and 13th of Each Month.
aur hare thfS Hisses booked la ad
acr by applying at i eSee at tbe Areata.
w iwn fcr tbla liite are berebr ntts4 that
thejwiU braUawsd'ZUwnsdt of bame TREE y
Of Orrriand Eallwir when trareifa; east.
Kxcar ta Tlchets fat the reamd trip. iS, itM U
rrtsm bv anv ef tbe Cssspaar's Mranwrs wtthta '
leEBCATISE iatesved foe blpmei.t Vt tfcU nac
win free nf ehareeialhe KtwaT's Xew
aad receipts tad for s uae. lasarues
oa le?htsdt re the WarehswstwJU beat ownerv
W Areaf O. f. if. Ca.
. CEB2B1 a4 Prerred Go4 aeb f XU
aad Frails. Tor aak tj ,
N OTICE IS HKRBirV GIVES
that the wnaervirsd hsTsrtere41nta nirtfter
.t& .. 1.a.i w 1 tt t
whf kv wwi, .14THI in ainiWflI, ,1 a..
antir rasiars arrraner lil ae rmtoactea
aaartiKearntutraeet wiskso a a? hurt.
I J. S. lTIMKHATi,
4 W, t, ASllLKV
-UNITED WE STAND,
DIVIDES WE MU.1
THE .1SIT RIOH1SUSD
Business . Agents
In tho Hawaiian Kingdom.
rriii; xinr fiilu taki; tjik
i j'lrafire ia to tae jiainess vonmantiy
inv iibhc 'rmmny, ui rT awir aiirq mp
one at the Klegsal tironnd Iwor's la the
HEW CAMFBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING
Oa Merehjuit Strrot. Hasolmlsw
Tkrtv ther wilt tfaelr Baalneaa brreanrr. aad
hciaost kappT tAfrcthrlrpatrcmaaBdfriradisfeellar
iMiml thai all basiaef s trtaracUcas a 111 bs mud act rd
by them la rrety parucaiat to tae orat 01 taeir aoiuiy,
ana on tar novi tttidic vmm.
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Hanibal and St. Jo
. . . AU
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QDINCY
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
City of London Fire Insurance Co,
EXT eeUI attention In the frilowln; Departments
wiu be oar aim aad we Intlie joar carcf al peiatal."
Wells, rrco JS Co
EEHERtL F0RW1RDIRG I COHHISSIOH 1GENTS
orrr the WerM. send orders dlrrrt to oar Arrati llke
wle, ts be Hied aad rrtarned. frhlp throochoot the
L&lieo ruies ana zwcijn vmniiic jtcnuiBuirr,
Carlos. Ac-from the Kladnm. Alwirs aad'lfe
ytwr frleads abroad t send rsrcrla. rsritjea.
rMWtani metiers, aoa Jtonry wjwa mnrarn
FAnuOtC'o..hoe Acenciet art etsbltibed ta all
lirre cities on the ctobe. Den't contldrr the E xpe est
vara seaoio: inronsa w, at we wtu uumiw jvi
llifscU(m inercry psrUcBUraudhoH osrerhrrs re-
Acent for the Hanlhle & St. Jo, and
CHICAGO, EURUBGTOH 1RD QUIACT RUL fiOIDS.
These Itosd are the mot ComrUie sod Itrrltls:
Koadt East, TonriMs will tod the Nenerj, the
raises car, the button KrUsnnH alone these routs
mot l&Tilla; aad ftperior.aad loiters will be siren
to all TraveleTS aad Toarlsts some either s ltt or Sad
clsst ps'rnms to Ue ITintlpal Jlcrat ia ia
alia will tV ittfrhl nklaa l ae
qaaiatcd alth IUl!waj officlsl throe; h letter to that
joar trip win ot mofi cjjojtujic o iac to a.
Real Etat Afients.
WE BUY AND SELI REAL ESTATE
la aUnartaaf the eareh Reeonlf and at
tend roispletelj to ererr braatfa le. Selling Heal and
iii tvnun map wi
la Cortftttn? Beats, keeping" rrrmitcs ia repair, Tsy-I
ia; ana dlKharjn; Tsies, Vrr Kates ted
lnisrsnee. Owarrsof lre?erir "hooldbfirlBinliid
that it will rrHfre them from t'tlnz their attention to
1 roperiT, ciarsaieeia; as mi iitjc io act tin care
foraaoMiaaleoBSideratloQ fr vertices In this department.
Koom Cottars aad Minslotjj to let at all
unci oa sppucauea to ts.
Wc Supply all Kinds of Help,
neth male and fensls In alltheTarfoni braaches of
inne'trroii ucMiimtt. .
treats, riant era. and renersllT ahoaH
BOUTr when erit as we will 7arnlr!i no
help sneh at tleras. alesnieQ,
or laborers unlet! well recommended io hr.
Cfaiaese SerrsBts and Frmale TZfits will le sap
piled to famUirs st shvrt notke, fee which a oomlaal
Life and Fire Insurance Acents.
WeirelltadalrtocalletfTT mini attention (Par
Ueatarlr a man tf fsmllrt 10 Keep nia Life intvrra ior
the benefit el his ha S9 onen are deoendiat
upon his labors foe lacir fnppert, ivanz men and
Bteehinlca woald find It the et rleaant datr of
their Ihes to take oat a ToUcr ob the Ton tine1
ripu a in a ir jrwi iiwiw iar tc inrj win
hare ss&tlrnt t anda to la basfaea with a Rut
capital t back ttaem. tTe faille yon to call a an when
v k iii kaftr jiirarnrc in iiiirinupi io bow pcbcb
rial It la f rcr welfare tobelataredl
Ererr laaa whoowas FrepTir ahoald remenber that
Fire, that zlm mfteaier cf tea makes the rich, or
r nncaen. un taia oc a
t at oace sad protect
MONEY TO LOAN !
FftOM SIOO TO S10.000 OH
Co torn House Brokers.
Miter (jeodj at the Ctom Iloasethraazfa INtwer of
Aiwnrr saa wc fan apoa ati snereaaaia ana 2-tore
keenen to make na their Agents at amee. Onr ebarea
for this wk l ttt lEruwaable and we will E!rr
tmnaf, peyanaaiscGairerreisitsaa untr Bins, sad
delirer year soods direct to yosr places of Baisef la
proa pi order. ilTthiM and will find
UJ VI imiUIMUC IO MHO IB (TCTJ
General Boslness Agents.
1 well known sad we iarrrably keep larlolate all
KStters of a prirate natar. BbpIrcsb saa who
will Intrast their eenmereial autters to as may arwaya
feel safe la o We stady thalaterestsof oar
uiaais at au umes ana aanse oa an ousinf f topics
can fairy, laed en acr best jadrmeat.
In the Oeaenl Baslaesi Department we attend to
la the Commercial Dee, sack as the follow.
las. Tit: Dooks and accnaal krptand
a ratty aad UfaetorHy. Bill CoHeetcb
promptly, and proteedlats takra arlt(t rrrditors
Iaiers ot erery descriptlea, rsci as lds. rjoad.
Mortrsres. ZltUa of Sale. Lease. WIU, fartnerfhlp
rspers, Ac- drawn. ALfels Advertl semen ts, Ifritlcea.
Article .CommwalcatioBS aad Correrpoadeaee written.
ALAO Memorial drafted ssd Earrnsstd, Iraftf,
"otes . Dills of Eithaoie, Utteri ot Credit, asd Sank-In;
matters eeaerallr atteaded to.
All Orders From the Various Islands
Tans win rereire prorAptcesa. TX't can firtha? at
the Lowett Xarkrt Sates sad sinca more reaonahIe
thaa Tew caaw aad wr larpect vrcrrUms before we
bny aad therefore It la to tosx fatrrest to send T'
orders tt as as we then become responsible, sail the
small eommtfsion yew pay as Is less than n kit year
parcbases asioaat to as Ton hare been dolnj
aVAll corretpondeece to as we take pies r srr la
Wc larltr errtyoae to Iapect onr aew and spacJoas of
tcea and as we har aUoar apartiseaU workiazandera
cystematlc rale with polite assivtaats. ernlral location
aad special adyaatasr for eoadactla: oor boat we
feel that the coanasnUy at Urja wiU be cratlfrd la
kaewlaz that such a beaeldal lailltatlos has been
esuhlithed where the waats of by
Towr Meat O todlent Serraata.
Wiseman & Ashley,
General Buslucss Agents,
CaaphsITs Xsw Zloclc, atercaaat it-, Htnslala.
r. o. sox su. ' TzizniQXE ai7
T- P. S-Oae Crlitmas aad 3ew Tear's Books
are ready and on application or by tetter wc will pre.
seat er send yew oae. 95
3Ir. Ulpentn cd Mr. Ashley desire ta thaat lh
pabtlc senerany foe tbrl nbernMe patosnaza bestowed
pan them while separately eondocuaz aaslness U
Ilowotnta oa Senerl irtaarwta and tbey tmt a
UDEJLAL SUASE at piVTttire fer thearwSrmU
tha f stare. It
FOll SAN lUlANCISCO.
Th Alurr fi BarfciUl'i'
JKSK. - Mi-
Will Sail This Day, Jan. 9,
rot lerthrr partkaltrs, apply to
n rv.v.atnAsrEH a t o.. a rents
foii HoyCrKoyq. .
TO Al liMtk4ir Iterk
iii. .-, .. Tr
t r CK05SI.KV. t'.pUlc.
Will Lcate for tlicalorc Vort on nr
about KKIt. .Ill,, 1 884.
4"Por Trvtpbt ana fMi klttn Ik trrMmn.
VAI k(tv wab. rtfnllt.
For San Francisco.
tot rtriskt pt pm .rr'y t0
xj r not x x so x
iii.;. t t conJiAXin;!
Hill Icarr Ilonolala raxh Tnrdavaitr V foe
Maalaea. .Vlkraa, Mahukona. hsnalhae,
sad Arrtrbti at Iltla oasly Taarsday
moraines. Will learr Ulto itn Tnarty at noiw;
aiaiiakenaearh rrtday i4r awaini at i .. h
IMbEMlf:K TRA1X Trvra Xtal.1 ii: jare each
Friday al 1 1'.M, toconaici Uh ibe Kinaust
Tbe Kins a WILL TOUCH at Honnkala and raaakaa
on rioarn trip for lattgrTS. II a alftal ts naiio rroaa
1ST Mrsmet KHisa wt mA Uks xvy rrrlsbt for
LaaMxhoe.. lAfhi. frorgfct aad pUaTt oa(r. AU
nraiy irripni ior inr aboTr pwt 1H be uken fry Ihe
Steameii ' Likeluce'
.stiinmr. i i (u.nn..M)in.
Tharsday It- . . Thorads, Jan.. ...1
Moods?. lire . ..ti Monday. Feb . ....It
Tharwiar. Jan. WTBOTrdar. Ft.
MondaytJaa tllw.mdr, SUrrh . .3
Takiaz for Lahalna. Maahtea. Mak'-na. Matt
kona. Kaaaiaac. Vaaahaa, llonnkata. Kobulalrl ',
tloksts, lanpstwrbpr, llakslan. Unflmes. liahas,
rapsikiM. Walaaka aad lltlo. Rrlartitas wiU touch at
all the shore ports.
All lire from y rhhpn by tb
LOItKNZr., s t (OMNIMIHU,
Will Icare llonotala each Monday at S T. M . fot Kan
ntWkil, Iakoo, IIdD, Hana. Mskaalse, Kipahbhl and
Xna ; and at Kranac crery vlher weak. .-
Retornlne will tooth at Lsbslns. I'okoo aad
ricmulalq FrUarr M.
Mill leare Honnlsla each Momlay V. M , for the windward
side of Osha. Will co by nay or WaUlsa, when
eprr (nlBrtmt lodaccmcnt nfllrs, rcUrniiiR enry
Friday T. 31.
srThf Company will not be any
frrlrht ox psckazes naloss rersiptsd for. nor for
bsssajt! unless plainly marked. JCotrefpoanble
for money cr Jewelry oaless placed in charge of the
All posiible care will be ukrn ot Lire Mock, bst the
Company will not immii aay rWk or aecUaat .
bASl L. U. WlLBElt, ITciideiil, t
s. B, KSE. SeereUry.
OFFICE -Corner Fort aad Queen
II on ola la, Dec 111, !. 7
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
iVHI Itun llegnlar Tor Kona and Kan
Leaves Honolulu at t ).iii.oii
VH.lav Itrf lllKrtAa.T. !?OT. X
Fridsy. "or frriday,Dec ..
Arrivis at Honolulii on
Taedsy.Oct... l,Taesday. Sot...
Tneday. Nor... fcTnday.Dec.. .
Stmr I W.AJLA.:NT
' CAJIEP.OX, Vvmmnia.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday, at 5 p.m
for Hawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele and Waimea,
Kauai. EetnrniBf. Leaves Nawiliwili every
Stmr, JAS. MAKEE,
Leaves Honolulu every Thursday, at 3 p. m,
for Kapaa & KUanea. Eetnmin?. leaves
Kauai every Uosday, at 4 p. , and
at Waianae both ways.
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
Leaves Honolulu Every Tuesday, at 4 p. n,
for Kuiuitaele, Eonokaa asd Paauhau. Ee-turning,
arrives at Honolulu every Sunday
.0- OFFICE of tht Coap.ii;. foot or KiUicaMrttt
Bfirtbe PSBSVtot rrtf
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW VOHK
Two Sailings Every Week.
From jVew Yrk every IVcfaetdajf,
rrvm uvuvn crery atunrutiy,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
tn i .in MA, and Bln (ld
Acconfln: in AotanaatorUtion.
BF.TL'RX TICXETO 0?f FATOEAELB TEAM9.
Meetnse -.: 52 Currency
Hnfccommodalloncaaalwav be si-cared on
pllcaUnts WILLIASI! DIMOND CO..
Vt SUte survet, thMion.
TEROK It. BttOUTT CO..
i Bowltnz Ore, New York
Xnlfr. ti Vrwmrm frnOi AnctrHlSa NtTW Zralaitd
aad naard JJnealords morethsa asnal
facilities to throorh paweacrrs from
pnrta, the frefiaenry of Its sallla; preclndlne all possl.
UKty of delsy In Kew York.
5ly 4 Bowlloe Greea. Sew York
Dtstolntlon of Fartner.Hhlp.
TIIK exlstinj between IIsbertompton Fll her aad
WHUsm John Drodts doiajt bcsisess In SHh Eohsla.
IIswsIL as Saffir Planters nndtr the strle of Fl Idrr &
8rodle.lstblsdsyaisfolTedlry mats) roasenL The
bwlarti of the Ute Crm will bo carried on by W I illnm
John Ceodl who smnn all tbresponibilttlea of
the Ute Arm. and to whom a H debts doe to the Ute firm
are to oe paw-
r.t l ci..t. n ( 'Mr. WtSt
Uorteaeee's Hctice of Fcrcclcsnrc and Sale.
rS' aale estairjd la s certata mortar- Bisd by
n L bhebVtn tn Mrs C D Andrew, dated th tth day
of May. UT3. recordod rn liber m, pm n. Notice
ts hereby rtcrn that said Intend to
sakt snortzasT. lor condition broken, and npon
said roredonre wUl sell at pnblk ancuon. al the
of E P Aduns is Hooo'ara. on Monday th Zlst
&r ' ''nury. 1L at 12 sooa ef raid fey. ibe premise
In said tBortr?e as below s perjfled . , . ,
rarlher psrticaiars caa be bd of B B Castle. At
MES. C B ASDREWS.
Tb fcorerly to be sold of I ! and 1 deed
rT Kohar. Iliwsll st Hariwa:
.H Hook to U C ?bekin ree lib f. pare
i S KlUoea U II C hefto1t roe l.ft SU Tt.
il tb hotldlaei s Hast ad oa said premiset. to-
ceCber with a fall ret of niatimU U.im?W
aea. iron. - n iii.iii ""v-Z ..
best bBsiaess standi aflfl In Kobals. W tt
Tar and Pitchs
TAB, WORTH caBnusa
Sncmafl TAB Oil. JXLUfU lASSaXJIII
C4XOU5ATAK Fcr Sale be
n?5 jiuujd -
cinRium couiit ov tiik i
O wbIIsh Itlsndi. . lathe matter of the fciiknM
etELUnAC MrCAMDt.EiJS. NotiUof hft(n2 rsr
fwoef of claims
upon iaaiiaz insulin a,ua ia STevan filet
of llonotala. detUrfriz himself laotrrd and im
la? to bs adlndzed a bank? apt. It ts onlered that Ttf l-HAT.
theSth day of rrbriary BCiL.atm Chambers la
tht Coart Room,tn llaaolnla, at W o clock a. be
the tine and plsre for sdjadlrailn; said hankriptr it
flpated, bod alio for creditors of srld baakraptto
prore their claims- alo, that tha Marshal do at ear.,
wans tsis posvesstoo er sun pewionert prosertv
4 that tht order bo pnbtfehed foe three sneeeVstrn
weeks la the Iltwitux Uttrm lewspaper.
Dated llonolsla II. t . Jan. Mb, im
Chief Jatteo Jprne tonrt.
AUet! IttaaTgarrsrJopotyCWrtc. win
QUIUIEME COUItT Oi' THE. HA-Q
r Alt ATI I9LAVD9. Ia ,Uw matter of JAM IS
V. lJCKRTSO., arolralirybstilnipt
James W Robertson ef Uoaolala, hsrlae roaso
It Asrtln. Jestrreof theSsprsva
Coart sad deelared blmslf a oankrapc as prerlde4 In
Section V of the Cirtl Cod. It was this day ordered bv
the said Jaetlce tbat WEDNESDAY, thelSthday ef
Jsaaary. A. D. 11. at W stWh a. ai.. it lbs Coatt
room of the 9 sperms Cart, Uoaolala, b lbs tints aad
plsca to hear aad decide tho qaeslron ef bsakmwry,
sad thst notleecr raldhearisz be ptbltihrn In the
nwAittv OitrtTC newspaper.
Dated Ilonolala, Jaa. vl. Wl.
,991 rt 11KNHV SMITirDepaly Chtrk.
SUl'ttKMK CrUT OFTIIK
Itand In the mailer of T110VAH B,
WALKKU, n volnntary baakrapt. nfor Mr. Jastke
Thonas B. Walker of Ilonolala, haitBjreo before
UielloaorsbleBrnj. II. Aaslia, JsMlcsof theSspreme
Crmtt.anddeetaredhlmprlf a banhraptas protjded In
Sretlon 9 of UtCltil Cods. II was this risjlunlrrrd
Jaaiary. A. I). ISM, at r ottocarTwrAncCoan
Uooot of lh raprmo Coort, at AIIMaal oaa)JIo(
lata, be the Urns sad place- to hear ssd decide the
qaertlon of bankroptcy add lhat notice ef sorb heart f
bepabMbd ta the lUwsniir Uiim nsatspsper.
Dated Itonolnln. It L. Jansarr Tib, ISM.
3ISt II EMIT SMITH. Depnly Clerk.
SUlMlKMi: COURT OF TIIK II
l1ind. ta themalteroL tho
Estate of KAlXArinAULS (kl, of .Moloksl. deceased.
Intestate Before Mr. Jtxtlci Aatln.
Un reading and Hhnir the petition aad aeconnU of
Ifwy . Hart or Ilonolala. allextnz that Kalaaplbsolo
(kfKapeke. MoUksl died latrsUt at said Kapeka
on the Sih day of JJemnber, A. D. liJ3.aFd prsylng
thst letlers or a Jm la titration liiaetosnit saiubte
It Is orderetl that MONDAY, the h day of Jaaaary
A.D ISi.tWa, m , b aad hereby Is appointed for
hearlntr said petition before tho said Jastlee, In ths
Conrt lloom of this Conrt, st Ilonotaln, at which rfre
sad place all persons coaeerned may appeal aad bow
cans tf aay thry hare, why said petilion shonid net
bs granted, sad that this order b pabllihed lathe
Easllihand llanallaa Uaensces for thro aaeeestire
weeks la ths JUw.nix Usism aad A'oeton
Dated Ilonolala, If L. Jsaisry ?.L A. D. IaM.
Attest.. BENJ. If. ACSTIX
lies as Sbitw. Jattecofasprem Coart.
Deputy Clerk. Ml M
SuritKMK corirr of the
laiand. In Ptobsfa. to ths mstter or tho
EiUte of JAM Ss WOODS of lahi, Sorth.Kohala.
Iflaad of Hawaii, deceased. Order appoiatlne time
for probata of H III and ill recti nc pHbHeallon ot notice
ottassame. Bcfora Chief JasUcsJodd.
A document, pnrportlsfi to be tha last will and teats'
meat of Jams ooda, doceaaed, haelaz on the 4th day
srjattuty, A. D, 1NM, beea prcscstrdto laid rtobati
Court, sad a petition for the probalo thereof, aad fee
lsaanee of letters tcttsmentary to Thro. 11. Dsvles,
Godfrey Brows. Thos. K. Walker and John Mmmesi
nberwlae known a John Starairo hailn fanm Slrrf hr
H heo. U. Darles.
' It 1 hereby ordered lhat FRIDAY, the SDt day of
Jsanary, A. D. 13H, at Vt o clock a, m., of Mid day, st
iao voan uovm oattt imrhii a(obi jiaie. in.
Uoaolala, lalaad of fjiha, he. aad the sant Is, hereby
appointed, tho time for prorlaz said Will and heartae
said sppKcallnntwhen and whers any person inlerested
may appear and contest the laid tt 11), and t rraatlas
f letters tesUmenUrr.
It I farther ordered, lhat notice thereof be given by
pabiicaUoa, for three faccessire weeks, la the IUwi
mstlAtsTTK, print td and pabllihed In
Dated Honolulu. II I.. Jtnttarv vh, A. D.
Attest: Jn tice of the Soprenie L'oatt.
Hilar Sana. Depaty Cktk. Ml 3
SUFRKME COITUT OF TIIK
I I art. In Probate. in the waiter of th
EaUteof JULIUS V. WAMJKNHKlM.laie of
decrajed. Before Chief Jastice J odd.
On rradinz and Alia? the petition aadarcoaats of 11.
F. Ulade,admiBitratorof the ettstoof Jallas. Y Waa
fenbclm, Hts of Hoaolnla, deceased, wherein he
be alk wad JJAU4. and charres himself with aM.W.
andaka tbat lae ism may boexautaedandspproTed.
and that finalordermay bemaddlarharetn2aimanr
hUsBrtti"ront jll forthctrespoBslbUlty as sacb ad
It ts ordered, that TCESDAY, the VSSdir or
A.D.1SH1, at 10 o'ckKk -A. 3 bs for tho said
Chief Jastice, at Chamber. In tha Conrt Done, at
Honolaln. bs and the asme hereby is appointed aa ths
lime and place for heart of sail petition and accounts,
and tht all persons InUmtrd niay that and there
sod show any thry hare, nhy the same
shoaM sot be granted aau that. Uils order, in
the EajlUh Uneuace. b pablltbedia tbe Uawauam
tlAirrn newspaper printed snd poblUhedlo
foVthrso aaccealr weeks prcrloas totheUne
tbrtcln sppolalsd for nld hearing.
Dated at IlonolalB.H.I.. this h dsyofJaB.'A. 1. 11.
Attest Janice ef the Saptrme Conrt.
HsaBTSamt.Prpaly Clerk t fit
December rTlh. 11,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED. That after Ibe first day
ot January A. D.I'S. a DEUOSlT of FUUU DOLLARS
ball boreqalrrd In rryca appealed to the IXTEK
MKDIARY COURT OF UAHU, to be paid by tbe An
pellant to the Clerk of this Conrt before the cats is
intcred ra the Calendar.
The Clerk Is directed to BoUfy the folic sod District
Jadgtaof Oaha of this order, and reqaeit Ihent to In
finn parties Intendinz to appeal.
Br ordtr of the Conrt,
WI3t WILLIAM FOSTER. Clerk.
CUIMtKMK COURT OF TIIK HA-
O wallan loland In the matter sf the Eitste of
INSECT YON OEITLIIOrFEN, aroUntary bankrnpt
snd In tbe ma tier of the EtUto of HOR.VT10 O,
CILBD an loTOlsoUry bsnkrapt. Order for election
H'herrss Jas. I. Dwsrtt one of the aislnres elrctrd
at a merlins of creditors of the abate estates held Dec
ltlh.lM has declined to serte as such alcae and
shereas a petition has betn lied signed by certain
creditors of raid banlrsp "tales, prsylnj tbat a nev
elecjos be held for th choice of an atrnee to fill the
Tscaacy caased by the refnsl of tbe ssld J. I. Dowst tt
sw therefore It Is ordered that a meeting of creditors
who hare proTSd debts ajrain t th said estates U
lie jmonat of JNV or more be held st tho orllre of tha
clerk ftaHopreme Court In Honolnla. on WEDNESDAY,
the 10th dayef Jsnaary.A. D. tttl, commencing
at 9 o'clock a.m. f or the parpos of asal
nee et the shore named ettatra la fill said rscaney and
tbat hotice thereof be ctrcn hy pabllcatloa lu the 1U
Dated Honolnla, DecrwlerWth, 13.
A. r. JUDD,
Attest: ChWJnuticeSppreme Conrt
HsyarSamt. Deptts Clerk. VJI 3t
SUl'KKilK COURT OF TIIK
lltr0. In Probate In the matter of
tbeEiUleof A.S. McCALLUM, Ute of lllo, Hawaii,
decerned. Defote A. Francis J mid. Chief Jcstlce
On reading sad Ul ny the petition snd scroo&is of
Alz. J. CartwriichL administrator ef the EiUte of
A. 1 ilct'allDm. late of III Io. Hawaii, deceased, where
tnbeaktw be allowed S&LW, and charges hlmelf
with $2JkC9G and ak tbat the same may b examined
and approred. and that a Baal order may be made of
dltribatloa of J property renalnlns tn nla hands to
Ut: persona thereto entitled, and dlacnsrslne; him sad
hia tnretles from all farther si ssch
It Is ordered. that FRIDAY, tkabthdsyof Febe
sry. A. D. 1AM, at 10 o'cioek a.m.. before the said Chlvf y-
Jaetlce, at tbe Conrt Hone- st rtocslnl. br nnd . r.
the same hereby la appolntfil at the tLms en'-Jp
elate for hearins said tutillon and aceoonlf.sad thai j
su persons laieresiea may mra ana mere srpnr
pduw emiwr ii any varj uinwnj tor ainB anonK
be rranted,aad mar preaent srlderice as tow hi
entitled to tbe islo property. And that this ordex,
the Enrlieh lansnire, be pabllibeilo the HiwAii
fcr three svrces Ire weeks prrTfeoi to the time therein,
appointed for satd hesrln.
Dated at Uonetaln. U. Ltbis 37th day Dee.AJWtWX
Attest- Chief Jastice of the ?sprems Conrt.
Hktst Sarrn. Depaty Clerk. sain
TXTHK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
X 3d Judicial Ctrcntt or the Hawaiian Kingdom,
KALAKAUA,DytheOrscof tied, of th HawalUn
To WILLIAM C TARES. Zt-. Marehal of the EJb
dom, or hli Deputy la the Sd Jndleial ClrcniL
Yon are hereby commanded Io lammon J E. SUEM
SIKIt Defendant, la caso ho shall file written anrwer
within twenty day after serTlco hereof, la be and ap
pear before tha Circuit ConrtattheSeptemberTcTm
iberrof, to be hoWer it the Coort Room of the Conrt
Hone. Waioblnajn tje IiUnd of UanslLon THCK1'
DAY, the 6th day of September next, at f o'clock a. m ,
to show canes why ths claim of ELLEN A. SUEMMKN
Plaintiff, ahonhl not be awarded, her parinantto tbe
tenor of annexed petition.
A&d bare yon then there this writ, with fall retsrn
ot rtrar proceedlazi thereon.
WiTtem. HON. A. TRANCIS JUDD. Chief Janice
of onr nprcm Court, this l"tb dsr of J sly, A. D. IRS,
To nhJchssmmons the Marshal made ths foDowfas
retarni: harlng maoa dittfrnt search for the wltlilo
mentioned J E. ehemmer h Is not to be found In tils
Kingdom, and I hereby retarn this homtnon vm srr red.
W. C. F.VRSE,
And it sppearis: from the retarn of the Marshal that
the respondent eooH not be fosnd left the
Klnrdom, the caee was adjoarned orer to th May
Term of tho Clrcnlt Conrt for tb 3d Jndleial limit,
to be held at nilo, on the Island ef Hawaii, A. V. fX
and that Io the meantime sn attested copy ef the
be pabliabed In IhellawafUsantl Eot:llh
for six iaccetTe time, and that the laet pnb
llcatlon to not less tbantwenty days before th Srt
day of istd term.
I herehy certify tbat the within and forecnins i- a
trie and faithful copy of the orlzloal Sammon tsosd
InthetlbrtforDiTorce, Ellen A- SSemmer i J
fhcmoKr and also of the Marthal's rcf irn thereto and
thst In tho meantime aa attested ropy of said, gammon
: printed as prescrlbad by tlw Stat ate rennirln;
tbe said respondent to antwer at the laid Mar Term.
A. D, IH,
Is rrniM whereof I have hereunto set my band
this 23d day of Norember, A.D. - .
9 St Clerk Mdadkial Clrcnlt Conrt Hawaii
1XT1IKCIUCUIT COURT OF TJIK
1 3d JsdkatCLrttitof IhcIUwsUanKlaxdotn.
KAL.KAIJA.Vy the Grace of Oodof the HawalUa
To WILLIAM C rARKC. E , lfaohsl of the Kin?
doro, or Ills Depnty la th Third Jsdlcial Circa It.
Yon are bereby eommandrd to iwbi IICG!I TI
MONTGOMERY. Defendant la rase b a hall lie written
aatwer within twenty days after terrke hereof to be
and appear befor' the aald Cf resit Conrt l the 5erein
ber Term thereof, to bs boJdea at tbe Conrt Room of the
Conrt IlMse. Waimea,ln th UUnd IIswJLonTbarr
day, theSth day of orentber nest, at 9 o'clock a. tn..
hssbow caate why the claim of Ssncy K. Montgomery
Plalatlff soeeH not be awarded her pariuntt the
tenor ef her saaexed petition.
And ham yon then there lkl Writ, with tmli retnra
of year pioceedlnff thereon.
Wmra. Hon. A. FRAXCiS JtTD.
) Seal of tbe t Chief astlca of Oar 8 rprerns Coott
t zwymnm vbwi ! -! imi vi rt,a if. iyi.
To wbkJi rranmi tho Hanhal nude th foDowinaj
retarn: Hariaz made dlrtrrnt rearcb forth with.n
mentioned Ilcrh B. Mostevmery, h If set lo he fovad
In this Kinsdom.
t do hereby retarn the sammoaa ftet aerted thlt iTla
dsy of Aarnst. A. D. IM.
fSisaed) W. C. rAJIKE.
Aad it appeariaut frost the retarn of tht Man hat that
the reponeat ronW not be foaad haria? left the
Biaeaom e cac unraeq nrr u inv air 1 rm
of tie Circuit Conrt for the 3d Jodktai lireait. to b
held at Hlaxon tbolilandof I law a U, A. D. iani.andr
that la the mean time sa attested copy of ihoPammna
be psblUhed la tballswallavsad EaclUh lanrBayea
JorlslxsaerMtfmes,andthJt tho Iwt
bo not lets than twenty days lefore the Irrt day
I berebr certify tbat lb within aad farezolas Is a
Uie snd fallhfal copy of th Orlynal CfBasmons lerncd
la the libei fordlTOrce, Xascy K. Moctvomery T. tlazh
B. MottUomery.ssd also f ths Marshal t retnra thsreSB,
aad that In the meaatlaiean attested Copy of said
Mmmoas b priatsd as prrrrrllwd by ths statat. re
qnhioz tlw fd rnrpndBt to aeswer at tne sold Xar
Term. A. D- lM. .
Ir wrrss's wherof, I bare h roisto act By asad this
DA ff EL FOSTER.
PACl t lerk Third JadkUl CkcatCswxl Hawaii.
A LI It F, I SI. IAItTTKLL,
oftrict uvra riK ujji ssor i co.
Ucatiui, Ii. "