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PORT OF HONOLULU.
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awwtcd aierchaBdi. provi.ioB, prudwec. etc
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lh?irporKer K B Oloes a voa
la Ihii city al ala. a tk 41k 1 Ike all' of J
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II AiMalloka JIaal Icbraary 3 IL
suttl II Uauct atedTJjrarj
VAK1 cuj al tit of
tbeacred Hrarts. OB tke 7tb iafUBl of coataatpUoa.
Ms4er Mabt Joasa. a aalirr of Iraace ad3yean
lo laoiTuw m fcU ValeaUae'a Day."
Tbe Athletic Association meets to-morrow
Tbursday evening at theclubjAll.
Tire Board of Kngmeers of the city fire department
met at their rooms on the Tth inst.
rbue dangerous boles, soma of them eight feet
deep. stQI remain uncovered in Emma square. .
The schooner Am sailed on the :3th ult from
haa Franasco for this port, she bring a light
U. B. U. Pnncc&s Lydia held hex ual raonthly
receptioa at her residence ou Beretania street, on
the 7th inst. ,
There is a rumor prevalent that the
the Hawaiian Hotel will be changed on
the arrival of the .(taMu
The scfaouiier Jrtun4 W'mllvr bnught a largo
number of eoooanuts fit for nlantixie, on her hist
tnp op from Fanning island.
The Bmlhtim makes a good point on the nsnal
?uestion asked after the decease of & prominent
Xonolalaan. n. "Who'll get his billetx
The II IhmoHd amved in ban Francisco on
the 17th ultu, and the captain reports encountering
very heavy weather during the Toyage across.
His Majesty has returned to hu "old love vt
Sandaty water excurswws taking on the 11th lost,
another prolonged trip to the vicinity of Kalibi
The theatrical troupe did not arrive per the
Mtnjnm as was expected, and the probable date
of their arrival H placed in thchrt of uncertainties.
Work is progressing on the new wharf to be
built for Wlder's Meamhip Company, the pile-driver
being busy in placing the foundation in
A lodger at the Hotel oarne very near ending his
earthly existence on the afternoon of the 10th
inst, from the effect of an overdose of chloral
Cruptut failed to concert twice last cck, on
Thursday and Saturday evenings. Cause, n
that there would be a small audience,
Kev. Father Bouchard returned to this city,
from Hawaii, on the Mb inst. and preached his
farewell bernxm in the Koiaan Catholic Cathedral
on the 10th inst.
The government organ, a while back, made merry
over the three Browns. What does it think of
the three Browns now? Bather a solid phalanx
lo meet in the house.
The rain storm prevailing in this city on Mon
lrtv. with accompanying high wind, preqantcd the
sailing from port of several vessels which had in
tended to take departure.
Notwithstanding! the damp weather on last Sat
urday afternoon. Here Bergtr waved his baton
and the band playd the entire programme of
ven is net zona lor ine occasion.
of the Mutual Telephone Com-
larry, has issscu a call to subscribers to stock in
the eorapany, to come forward and deposit the
third asaesamtnt, at the rate of 2.7) per share.
Governor Dotmnis returned to town, from Maui,
on the blh inst and resumed his official duties as
Governor of Oahu His Excellency Is not in good
health, however, rheamatitm again troubling him.
" Dig Dcn" a negro watchman, shot and killed
a Fortugnese, at Honokaa, on the 8th inst. The
murderer then attempted lo end his own life by
taking poison. The cause for the murder was not
btatements are made in ban Francisco newspapers,
that the Oceanic b. b. Co. and the Pacific
line are each to have two new steamers, presnm
ably to run in the China trade, with Honolulu as a
port of call.
Col. Spreckels is making many propositionj at
present to land owners in the block bounded bv
1-ort, Alakea, Queen, and Merchant streets, ail
tending toward the improvement of properly in
new list of the subscribe- to the Hawaiian
Dell Telephone will soon be isued by the company
and will contain a large number of names which
have been added as subscribers since the issuance
of the previous list;
The monthly meeting of the Mission Children's
NKacty was held at the residence of ltev. Ilr.llyde,
oa the 9th instant. The usual mitllm of in
teresting events were- thoroughly appreciated by
the audience present.
Major A. b Ilender, reported to be an hydro-graphic
engineer ot excellent ability, arrived xn
thisatv rer Vr,i i.on the Sth inst. Mr. C
Mangels, brother in law to Cot. bpreckela, also,
armed by the game vessel.
The ballot rejected by Judge Dtckerton, at the
election last Y ednrsday, was a piers! one, the envelope
containing the one vote, having sixteen
straight Government tickets endosod therein. No
wonder the Independents got "left m
The water supply in portions of the Nuuana valley
wasratber unceremoniously cnt off on Friday,
no cause being asigned, nor any warning given to
householders. The vicinity of a steam boiler xs
not safe on such unbooked for occasions.
Uy the incoming VnMf, llonoialu people
vera given the opportunity to welcome back Mrs.
J. F. 4Voke and family, Mrs. Ixiuiseon and farailv,
Mrs.!'. Jienmanand family, Meean. II. H. Hind,
E. C Cunha, A. G Ellis the ever popular Uerr
Fnvate letters from Callao ute that II. M. b.
Comttter was to leave that port for Honolulu on
the last day vf January, bhe may therefore be
expected here early in March- U. M. S HtnHt
rwas ti sail in February, from Esquimanlt, for this
The Board of Management of the I loyal Ha
ratun Agricultural buciety have decided to have
the next annual show at Haptaiam Fatk. Every
endeavour will be made to make the event a success.
The Glinrx (nblubcs the official
OnilA a rmmtjcr of vourcr xieu calbeml together
oa last bonday afternoon in the meeting ruom of
the 1.AUU..V. ball anu looa. pan in me usual
bonday exerciMS. The interest at pre&ent manifested,
in this "newdejttrture," presages a success
f nl Isaac.
FarserGtcGHecUey of the stasper J,
went to the trouble of preparing liStftif the tlec
ta returns, from Hawaii and Maui, and forward
ed the same to tbo newsmners of this city. Tho
(ilxrrrr acknowledge the favor and returns
' ftTbe Gospel leinperanco meeting held m the
iletbel vtstry room on the tvemng of the !fch inst,
was well attended and the exercises were of a very
interesting character. Mr. J. 11 Atherlon, Fast
Worthy Chief Templar of Alpcroba Lodge I. O
G. 1 omctated as Moderator,
Tin heavy wind storm on the early morning of
the 11th inst, prostrated the leicphonwt i con
saecting Diamond Head station with this city, the
jYevaiUng inclement weather prevented
lreiB made until late in the afternoon or that
dalo when perfect communication was restored.
JJr. Geo. Locas notifies the pnblic in general
that, hcreaf ttr oa the arrival of the steamers from
bajs Francisco the steam whistle of his planing
mill anil be blown, 1st when the incoming vessel
is t Coco Head, and Sid, when the said vessel is
onttnes the ciannrf Id this luubor. lablie spir
itl lis UJQAl! 1; themj vbr cannot the
supply a ligM o nrghU for the interior of
the ciocs on Mr LaeaV nea baUding
The sjm.Ttrsarjr of tho txpeosiTC fullr ot Fchra
(My ISth, l'S!, vnu ceMinitcil yvtXtxixf in this
j by the closing oj GoTemment o&Seeat antl Government
schools caintes at noon from thetiattery
nnd ltnrsaan antl hj the
display ' consular itRV Bo:nes was in no nay
The acent of McKuine; a Honolulu Ihrrcturr 1
retsmetl to this city on the 9th inft hana;
the casrass of Hawaii. The canrassof
Mara is still proemwne. soon to he completed.
The agent left by last steamer for Kami, to corn
raencc the oanrass of that island, at the
of which be mil retam to this crt
TJ anacal BieeUss; of the C, Hrevcx i Go
took pjace in this city on the 7th
after tlae ootnpIrtwKi or some rootine basinet
the following j&Ueiseii were elected as the oGi
cers of the corporatioQ for the ensgina trra, tix:
president, 1. C. Jo&w, Jr.; amhtor. H, May; directors,
Uoc C IJ. lhshop Hf nry Waterhoasc.
11m captain, chief and Geco&d officers and Reward
of the KmU have been BaStnns from the cf
ccU of a species of poisoninc, sapposed to hate
been caused by the ctensils in which their food
his beec cooked on board the ship. The Tictims
haTe been under txea;inent at the Queen's hospital
and three of them the nt ac4 eond officers
and steward are recoTennR, bok the captain Is yet
in a dangeron condiUon.
Mr. ChzA. B, Wflsoo, snpennteodent of
of this rat j has been enaKvd f tn suice time
pA In prepftnnc plans, looking to the rqaro ad-equate
supply of water to the city In connection
irith his labors the &emoes of Msjor V. &. Uender,
hjdrocraphic engineer of marked ability was
eaiffed, in ban Irancssoo, and this gentleman
vUZ apeisl inth his knovledfze and experience in
patting the plans ia workable shape. There is
therefore a prospect of the miles of water pipes
lying aroBnd loose, being soon clilized.
A handsome monument, brought by tha KaU.
is being erected m the British naral lot in the
Jscoa c Ce&M&Tj, to the memory of Cant. Uope,
of U. M is.Ck imtrfoH. who oime to an ttntimelr
end by a fall from his horse in thi? city on Kame- J
nan.eoa aay ir ine monoment consisis oz an
inscribed cross of ancient Irish type nth a flat J
slab and foot?tonc, the whole of close-grain compact
red sandstone An iron railing to snrronnd
the grave was not shipped in the same Tessel, bat
h expected by an early arrival from Glasgow.
The neceeriarT xps prriiminarv to the vdening
of Merchant utrect are now completed-the last of
these harinr. been the finding of the jary dnwn to
1-368 upon tl deairabihty of the project. IJy their
report preoeuted on batnnlay last, the proposed
alterations, as shown by the survey of Mr J. F
llrown, have been adopted, the effect of which will J
be to nue a uniform width of forty two feet to that
lnereaauistr important thoroughfare, from Nan
ana to King sireei. abolish the numerous "jogs"
which haTe heretofore marred U, and extend its J
nLn lunit cunsiilerably Ieazly a score of baild
inga will thus require to "move or be captured
including Mclnernys and Hyraan Bros. stores
the AJrtrtwr office and the balcony of the bailors
Home but the improved appearance and enhanced
convenience of the street will amply atone for
the aots of destruction necessary to brine its mkn
boundary in line with the Gazette tuikling
Hitchcock it Co sent to ths Coast by the kmma
gii tS2 tons car VmanuU pl&ntaticn
sent by the same vessel about HO tone.
The sch. Emm Clatttiinn, dipt. MatAou, clear
ed from Uilo for San FranciHX, on ITiursJay, Feb.
Tth. having on board 3G0 tons of sngir and 91 hides.
Tn ntws from the district of lana regarding
the eleetionsj s of the most cheering nature.Kauwila
the Independent candidate 13 elected over Kekoa
the government eandrdate. bylS ciajorty
The election of two tueh staunch men as J Isa
wahi and I) II. Hitchcock, with such an overwhelming
majority. 2K t I) shows plainly where
II1I0 stands. The right tnit tnmpk
Electjon day at Hilo passed off Tery orderly, and
a large yois was polled, CTO ballts'.beins cast in a
voting list of only about 7D0. 1 he Independent
ticket was elected !r a lasjas majority.
Natives from tLe o&tlying distnsU atout llllo,
refuse to accept the near halres and qaarters in
change, satiac. "they an not vanted," such indeed
was the case at HUo on lection day
"Commotion day," as one little girl of Hilo call-1
Wednesday. Feb G, oomraeneed with the beat
ingof drama, to wake sleepy voters from their
moraine naps and to call them to the poIU, when
nral candidates for the legislative honors demanded
of each thai they "rote early and if possible,
otteu' for them.
The at Makawao passed off in a very
quiet and orderly manner. A total of votes
was polled, aad J. Kamakete, the Government
candidate, was elected.
Captain Hay ley in command of taeltemenuf
the new rausnleil nulice force, arrived at Hahulai
on the 6th inst per Knaittn Ho, and the party
landed in good order, the Lor?ee looking finely
and seemingly veil trained. -'
Mr J. J. Dickey, bopenntendent of ielexrapb.
Lmon FaciSc ltailroad, is expected by the coming
F. M b.b. Civ of SiJtft to lsit his brother
(Mr. C U. Dickey; and sisters on Mani, and take
his daughter home. His 7xf& comes with himt and
tbey expect to see the oleaco and other sights
A correspondent writing from Lahalna says,
that, "the election there was very qmet in spite of
the large quantities of liquor used by the tveo gov
eminent candidates. The two independent candidates
elected, J. W. Kaloa and L. Aholo, did not
nse a drop of liquor to influence votes. The great
er portion of the liquor used by the defeated candidates
was supplied by the "son m law."
There was an unfortunate Japanese killed at
Waimea. He found his wife was too intimate with
a Kanaka, n quarrel ensued, a tight, and the indignant
injured husband unfortunately killed instead
A Midnight Mission Raid on n Robber's
The attention of the readers of the G.izrrrx; has
probably been attracted by the publication of four
advertisements, by some of the leading Chinese
firms of this city, offering rewards aggregating a
total of 000 for the arrest and conviction of the
thieves who had broken into and stolen goods from
their places of business on dates mentioned The
matter was early placed in the hands of Captain
Mebrtecs, but the "peculiar ' people he had to deal
with and amongst whom he hoped to find both
theives and goods, made his progress necessarily
slow un tne evening oi ine iiin insi, snincteni
information had been obtained by Deputy Mar
shal Dayton and Captain Mehrtens to warrant the
search of certain premises, where some of the
good) stolen, were judged to be, and, at 10 15
o'clock on bunday night the officer accompanied
by Messrs. Ahlo, loo Gnawk and Mow Chan, representatives
of the firms who had had goods stolen
from them, started from the Police Mntion in
two expresses bound for
AH CHOW S rKEHISES
situated on Queen street on the road to Kakaako.
Arriving there the house was surrounded by the
party, which had been added to by tho arrival of
Lieutenant hanoma of the native police, and
Captain Mehrtens knocked for admittance lb
make a long story short, the door to the store was
finally broken in and an oriental madam confronted
the officer and stated Mr. Ah Chow was
absent, a search was made of the bed however and
the absent one was soon found. Ihe search was
then proceeded with and the merchants present
succeeded in identitving a piece of silk valued at
some silk handkerchiefs and some silk
thread, which being gathered together, wis taken
to the Folios station, as also the proprietor, Ah
Chow. After arriving and depositing the plunder,
Captain Mehrtens concluded that he would visit a
store situated nn the comer of Ialiha nnd School
streets, also owned by the oriental Ah Chow, and
accordingly a start was made for that place, the
Arty being again added to by the arrival of an
ubiquitous Gazette representative.
During the entire ndo to tins second store of
his. Ah Chow was most voluble, both in Lnglish
and Chinese protesting, that the party were onlv
"wasting time," "nothing lo be earned by the tnp,''
etc etc, but the hard hearted Mehrtens only replied,
that " it was a better night for nding than
walking," the rain pouring down in torrents and
the usual mud being ancle deep Arnved at the
store entrance was obtained easily , after n sufficient
number of candles had been lighted to enable
a proper scrutiny, exclamations from Vhlo, Mow
Chan, and Loo Gnawk showed that they had
recognized some of the stock as their missing property.
A oot&ple'e examination and search of all
the rooms connected with the establishment was
made and, at the close, quite n pile of recovered
plunder, consisting of pants, cloth, shoes, thread,
handkerchiefs, bed curtains, et&, etc, was visible
in the centre of the store. 1 be recovered property
was gathered together and sent to the police sta
tion. Ah Chow in the meantime having signified
his intention of disclosing the whereabouts of
other portions of lbs yet missing property, pre
pirauon were maoe io continue me niiuaigiu
nde to a place that might well be regarded from
its locations and surroundings as
A BOSBEB. a noosT.
I nder the cmdance of the. seemingly, conscience
srticken Ah Chow, the party drove out to the u
nanu road and along that thoroughfare, past the
indications of wealth and aranenee. aa ensptayeu
in the elegant residences, past the places of rest
and quiet, as indicated bv the white tombstones of
"the cities of the dead' inst that sarcophagus
which 6bows the final ending of earthly power,
past the sleepers in the ecaltereu namiets nnuer
the shadows ot Tantalus, until at Ut a bait was
made in close proximity to the old residence of
Queen Kalama. Here the party alighted and nn
der the guidance of the Celestial guide marched m
single file, to the music of the pattering rain drops,
down tb stctn and Blmoerv embankment that led
to a ford acrom a shallow but nevertheless very.
ml stream. The prayers, abjurations anu
emanating from the members of the par
ty in Fnglish, Hawanan and Chinese, during the
perilous tnp across the sharp potnled rocks of the
ford, would employ too much space to publish, as
woukl also a rcount of the impromptu dnekmzs,
mud baths, and other mishaps that befell individuals
during the tnp to ttrnt firmn. After a walk
of about half a mile hi and well up to the base
of the hills of Puhwa. a long low piratical looking
building came into view, and a halt was called by
the commander of the attacking party, n
plan of attack formed, and then the house surrounded.
Having gainedentrancevonly two men
were found within, llx proprietor, Leans Tods,
being told the occasion fur the visit, quickly produced
from beneath his mattress, two qoilts, sewn
within one another and then within a blanket , the
DronPltv wasimronhalelrzTCognuedbyMr Aholo
A search produced otber property and . the
party then retired, bringing with them the
captured Lcong Tong. b&emingly for revenge,
the new addition to the party, who was permitted
to guide, managed to inveigle the raiders into the
Vicinity of innumerable taro-patches, water courses
and each like, and the return tnp to the expresses
was full, chock full, of adventure and interest. ,
After arming back at the police elation, other
visits were pe id to placed suspected In cmtain
some of the stolen property, but the searches made
in two instances were fruitless although the in
icrest was heightened by a rather Uvely attack, at
one place, on the raiding officer, and at another,
bun Chnck boe, a "wanted" party in connection
with the affair, was captured indulging in opium
The manner in which th raid was conducted
reflects great credit upon Captain Menrtenaaud
adds to his already established rtpnUUua of being
a competent and hard working officer
ti for ion
News From the Count n
! ! !
rUWAlUn VOTERS WHEH ROT CONTROLLED BY
THE EDVERSBEHT SPEtK PHIlUYI!
THE HOKOLULf ELECT 10X.
mz SKEAD 1XD rUTTXX 23UaitE TICTOS10CS.
Vweek ago to-day, on the tth inst, the proud
ritilegv i accorded by tho Constitution of the
country, was taken advantaga of, by the native
clement to a great extent and only by a small number
of foreigners to cart ballots for the candidates
for the Legislature of lSeX The Government
boildi" as the declared voting place, for tho
voters in the district of Kana. and at bajn. the polls
were declared opened by Judge 15. F. Dtckerton,
the Judge of the elections.
There was a small crowd ot natives on hand, to
lake advantage of the first opportuuitv to vote, all
being supplied with tickets of the Jiatiocal party,
which they deposited in the ballot boxes, after
passing the carcfnl scrntmv of Mosrs, J. A.
J. U. llrown. F. H. Hayselden, Y. L. VI
A. ltosa, H. bnuth, J. b. Smithies, Capt, Geo.
Ixed and H. Kaia, who made np the oorpi pt inspectors,
clerks, etc having supervision of the
IS. Hendry, he voting the government ticket
At tho polls an force of pobce officers
Captains Mehrtens and Marcos kept order in
and nboat the immediate vicinity of the ballot
boxes and deputy Marshal Dayton regulated the
entrance and tismbcr, (six at a time) of
voters. A railing bad been placed across the
hallway, up to which the candidates were allowed
to come, beyond which, only voters were prtvilPced;
this arrangement tended greatly to give full freedom
to the voter, nnd ota to the maintenance- of
quiet and order. Votes were polled up to o'clock
at n rate of ?D an hour,f ter that more haste was
noticeable. The total number of votes cast was
1312, and as follows-
DtSTEICT or HotOLCtV.
Hon. John Ixit Krulukou, G...., UJJ
Hon Jame, Keau.G 1.T3
Hon. Edward Kamakau Jjlikalani, G 1,113
O Cartcr.I ,.,.., ,. ... &a
A. K. Kunuiakaa, I F01
U. Kawainul, I K
. 1. halankoa, I 7U3
DtsTBi j or Ewa A Vi A ulna c
Hon Frank llrown, I . 21
Distwct or Waulda.
Jess mara, G., .,,,.,,,., ,...,.,, . .. ,, 07
b. F. Kaskna, O 18
Distbict or KootAUtoi.
'CecU Brown. 1 100
M. hanahikaun, G CI
J. Kaluhi. G 21
Distbict or KootxcroEo.
AsaKiulia, G 2!S
K.haobko, I M
fbqm the OTiiEU islands.
KETUT Or THE SSEAD A.SU bCTTU UhlUlUE.
lthough tho place hunter", police and military
succeeded in throwing up the smallt Oery small,
when -II thecircumstancesaret'ikenintoaccountt
majority of 300 odd in fat or of the government
ticket in Honolulu, the fiat was not as "Honolulu
went so went every place," for, the arnnl of the
Alia. Planter Ijthva and C . Vihop showed
that there was a " large majonty" of Independent
vole- on the Islands of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai,
who knew bat was pgt and snowed ihegr determination
to wrong, by the manner In which
they rolled the figures np in favor of Independent
candidates Tho "ilread and Butter Brigade"
abroad was well supplied, (from trustworthy nc
counts) nitu necessary suniuianis, lor gnuuiious
distribution, but the fates were not as propitious
on the otber islands as on Oahu, towards the obtaining
6f a racked Legislature. The following
returns speak for themselves and the Independent
rooster croweth at tho significance.
'Hon John llliain Kaloa, I 1U0
Hon Luther Aholo, I .11
Kta Nabaolelua, G 110
U. Kanmopili. G.. k.., ua
Distbict or ailceu.
L. W F.Kaneabi, I 3.-.S
'W.O bmith, I .3.V,
G E. ltichardson, G tOi
tt.ILKcanu. G 113
M. Kealoha, U , GO
J.llaole.I , ,, 58
b.Manl O . ... 31
r B Cummincsl '
Distbict or Makaw to.
Hon John Kamikele, 1 5
J. Kalama, I ..I.... -18
Distcict or Hi-M.
Hon. Joe Gardner, 1 203
J. K. llaunna, G 113
Disteict or Kaaxitau.
John UuhariLoj, .., ., 73
J.A.Kaukan, G , 33
J. K. Nahaku, Q 13
MOLOEAI A. IiANAI.
Hon. b. K. Knplbea, O -IB
Hon. Xazareta, G ate
S Paolo, I Ill
Elected. , ,,
Hon. Joseph Xawabi, I t.ft. MM
O. H. Hitchcock, I ,.,...' 1W
D.B. Wahinc.G flat 13C
J.K.Akina,G . . ..e. 157
E.F.Hoiai, I M
DismicT or Pc-n.
Hou.J M Kauwila, 1 117
Divteict oi Koiiala.
'Godfrey Brown, I , ,....,.333
G. 1. Kamauoha, G, ,.. .,5
Disteict or IUiukci.
Hon. J. K. Knuuamano, D.... 133
C. Williams, G 01
Distbict or Xoetii Koxi.
Hon. G. W. Filipo, I .- VT,
J. G. Uoamli. G 79
Disteict or bourn KotA.
Hon. D. H. ahinu. G lit
DlsTEICT OF KAC.
Hon. J. Kauhanc, I l'J3
DlSTElOT OF LlHCE A KoLOA.
b B. Dole, I 'SJi
Waimea l Mimu.
W.E. Howell. I IW)
Disteict or Hamixi.
Hon. G. B. Falohau, G
ISUKC. Govt. Isdit. Dirrrx.
Oahu C 0
jo 17 1
Tho result of tho election 6ecni3 to hare galvanized
tho government into a sodden consciousness
of its duties. At the close of a financial period
new public works of considerable extent and vast
expense nro being talked of. Hie Water bureau
wbich bad $3KK) left when the Minister of Interior
took np his portfolio is now prepared to spend ten
times that sum off hand, and so on. here is all
this money to come from?
The Leper Festival Fnnd.
EETOBT QF THE COMimT LE,
The committee having charge of the contribn
lions made to provide the lepers with a Chnstmas
festival, beg leave to report that the responses
made to their appeal were very numerous and so
liberal that they were enabled to provide some token
to servo as a Chnstmas gift for every leper,
both at tho branch hospital near this city, and
also for the still larger crowd at the leper settlement
on Molokai and in addition ererv ono par.
took of the feast provided, and shared in the dam
tics and clothing sent to them. It is believed that
over ono thousand persons thus became tho recipients
of the fund, and several testimonials have
been published in the native papers, showing their
gratitudo for the chanty. Gifts were received in
ome instances very generous and valuable from
the following persons, whose cards accompanied
their contributions; but many other gifts were
sent in without the donors' names, and which we
are unable to acknowledge with the others:
novoES or ewons.
Princess Liliuokalam, U, Hackfeld A Co.,
A. Co., HonschlaegeT .t Co., A. b, Cleghom i.
Co. Hyman Brns Hon. G. IChodea, 11. May A Co,
J. r Waterhouse, Ehlers A Co., Hon. C 11. Bishop,
(Jce Price Mechanics Bazaar, Mrs. Freeth, Capt.
Peirce, 1" Horn, Mre. Covington, It. Lewers, J. M.
Oat jr., ltev. h C. Damon, Cajil Marchant, Mrs.
llobertson W. J. 1 ennell, 1. Oneve, S. J. Levey
Co., b !ott, V. Mclnerny, Mrs. borenson, Mr.
ltolinon, C Gertz, Mrs. Ferry, Mrs. Bice sen.,
Mrs. Ivamaka. Mis. JndrreMcCcllv.l. W.Ilawlins.
Mr. J. M. Cooke, Mrs. H. Mist. Mrs. Hopper, Mrs.
J. .Vott. Her ij. bmitn, tiyeani uo , Airs, n alUce,
Mrs. W. L. Green, Mrs. W. It. Castle, (J. Hustace,
Mrs. K Lishman Mrs,Coney,Mrs.lIickerton,Mrs,
Capt. Luce, Mrs. T. Lack, Mrs, H. Uobinson, Mrs.
McKibbin, Mrs. T. If. Davits, Mrs. Atkinson. T.
G. rhrum, Mrs. y. M.Carter, Iter. b. . Bishop,
CapUJ.U. Brown, Mrs. Frank Godfrey, Mrs. Fur
ker, Mrs. Kinney, Kennedy & Co, Bev. Geo. al-lace,
It. b. bmith, Dr. W hitney, Mrs. II. M. Whit,
ney, Mrs. Harry bwinton, Aiwohl, Ha pa, Manaole,
Makanui, Kanka, Mrs. Montano, Misses Afotig,
Mrs. J. O Carter, Mrs. Ed. Preston, and others
whose names did not accompany weir gilts.
poxoes or cusn.
Judge C. F Hart, $100, 0. Lucas' Mill. 2; A. b.
W ebster, 1", F- Waller, $Zi, Castle i Cooke, jf"5,
Kawaiahao Church, 31. . lriend,ah Ilawaiians
in Lewers & Cooke's 1G, Mrs. J. M.Cooke, $17;
G. II. Ilobertson, f 10; b. M. Damon, 10;
Church, VMitr, bchaefer&Co. 10; Mrs. CM.
Cooke, 10, 1. IL Davies. ?10, H J.Kolte, 10; US.
Cunha. flu; Mrs. Capt. Luce, 5; Thos. Sorenson,
J, b. Both, ?5, J. H. Patr, f5, Mrs.
ice sen, ., Mrs. McCully, fl Capt Mist, ii, Dr.
btangenwald, to, Dr. Baldwin, i&, E. F. Adams,
5 1 Dunscombc, $3, A. Campbell, $3, A. Jaeger,
Mr. and Mrs-Lincoln, $3, HomO. llhodes, $5,
liss Fcer, f3;U.U. Hotlister, S3, Mrs. Mackintosh,
?S, W. Dean, Mrs. U. Diroond, 2M;
W. Chamberlain, f3, Jay Green,
r.Dalton,J; J. Fisher, ?2J0, Mrs.
A. loans, fO; E. C Damon, JiiO: A. T Atkin
son, $ii, L B. Peterson, Fnend. !; W.
J llamsey, t2, Bev.S. E. Bishop, f Mrs. J. Ferry,
. lJlkiT. A- W. Fnm,l il- HI
iieckley and daughter, -', V- B. Thomas, $ JO; Bice
Brothers, G L. Desha, ?lj A. Fnend. fl.
cash EEcnprs ash ExrExonrEis.
-ah received . .... $) (
Vi itder Co. tr trip of MokoHl... . $ M in
i T Colhani I trip or lieu bi;c!. . lui w
(. totkiag porchaeed ar M
Cake ami t indie. . ... 3131
for Kalawao fcat GI W
llora for Kakaako feut s U)
l-riullo: 1(111, . Vt
Ti Icavw . I
Oran parcbaal for leper Charcb. 13J tl
llaUace. . . ! TSM
The committee, finding a surplus of over two
hundred dollars on hand, after the lepers had been
generously provided, conferred with Mr. Myer as
to its disposition, tie recommended that an or,
n be purchased for tha Protestant Church at
Kalawao, the two Catholic Churches at that place
being already well provided with organs. This
advice was followed, and IJU of tha gurplas was
spent in this way. bull a balance of f 7C remain.
ed, which nas been passed over to Mr. Meyer,
Sept. of the Molokai Leper Hospital, to be
of as he thinks best, '
Tho committee cordially thank the public who
so generously responded to this call, and without
solicitation contnbuted to tho raise of at least
J1JJ3, to enablo tho outcast lepers to thars in the
CbrutmaS festivities; and thus tain their thacghts
to their and our Lord and Master's birth and
life. In conclation, they append a letter
eivcd from the rtadsnt assistanl Surenntendent
eow Trtr jrnxxEs wesz rjnrrxamimi.
Kalawao, Jan. 15. ISSt.
mi. 17. ir inrhonr. Deab Sin I haTB tried
my best to please von all. Tha ma nfieent n -
ents sent to the afflicted lepers have been given
put, all persons receivmR some articles of cloth
ing Anemaieseacnanandkerchler, acars, one
package of cakes, one package of candies tied np
in a handkerchief, with some articles of clothing;
the females the Sams with a iln ar nrttrlM
of clothing; the little boys and gills tha same with
eomo loys ana nuts, omitting tho cigars.
There was no nartialitr thn . all wm ,i
alike. I was presect myself at tho distribution,
and Kcv. D. K&hano and liev. Uonaloa. The
nest tnings were given to those that were the poor.
est. Those that had nlentv. pat nnlv cImm and
Hoping this will meet with the approbation of
all who helped in the contribution.
i out rsost obedient servant
C bTEAWN, Asst. bnpL
Two of tho committee were present at tho feast
at the branch hosnital at KaknaVn. nn tha first
day of January, when 116 lepers partook of it In
tho large dining hall, which had been festooned
with maile and ferns, while many of the patients
wore wreaths sent in by their friends, and most of
them were dressed in holiday attire. Excepting
tho disfigurements caused by the sad disease, a
more cheerful or happy company nowhere assembled
on New 1 oar's Day than tho recipients of tho
rublic charity which wo have, had lb pleasure to
distribute, with thv varne.t co-operation of Mr.
Van Gei'-en, the superintendent at Kakaako and
Mr. ilycr and his depnty Mr. blrawn on Mol
okau H.M.Win et.
S. C DAVof ,
E. F. Adaxs.
A Close CalL
Ine schooner Jtmnn Il'oiir, Capl. Nison.
in port here, from Fanninc's Iciand. on the
Uth inst. Captain N isson rcpirta that the voyage
up was a very pleasant one, until nrnval off these
these inlands', when a heavy cross sea was
He also relates thnt the vessel had a verr
narrow escape from contact wlrh a watenpout, in
me nigui anu. wuen only a snort distance xrom
Tahiti, the danger only being discovered when
almost upon them and the vessel being practically
helpless to ccape tho threatened destruction,
there being no wind, the sea being as smooth as
glass. A wmd from the vicinity of the waterspout
happdy filled the sails sufficiently to allow the
vessel to fall off, and, when the roanng column
passed, there were but Imntg yinft between it
and the Jennie IPalei. Cagtain isaon says that
all hand: Seemed troubled with palpitation of tho
heart for a short time, but n long breath which
they all drew seemed to relieve them wonderfully.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
By the nrnval of the O. S. S. Co's steamer
Jfi , ir, Capt. Howard, in port here on tho Sth
Inst, G days 11 hoars and la) minutes from ban
Fruncisco, news dates to and including, the 1st
instdiaye been Mndjy supplied by FurserMcLane.
Following Ua snmmary of tho most Important
foreign news contained in tho papers received.
Washington. January ISJrd. Tho Senate
on loreign Delations has ordered an
adverse report on the resolutions introduced by
benators Jones and Gibson, requesting tho President
to tako steps to tcrnnnato tho Hawaiian
Bociprocity Treaty. Tho minority of the com
mittce will report in favor of tho resolutions.
Washington, January 2Uh, Morgan, f rem tho
Senato Ccmmitteo on Foregu llelations, reported
adversely the joint res dutions abrogating the Hawaii
treaty. The resolution now goes on the
calendar, bhsrnvui presented the minority report
on tho seme subject Ordered pnatcd.
Tho friends of tho Mexican Treaty m Washing,
ton are now confident it will lie ratified.
London, January 21th. Samuel W. Baker, who
commanded the first expedition for tho suppression
of the slave trado in Central A fpcaj under
luu culice ui jstu Mi li--un, uiu luruics iucui, e,
says. 'General Gordon and myself recently agreed
ntion tho courso now forced upon the English
Ministry by events in Egypt, but I fear it is now
too late to fulfill a programme which would hare
saved much misery and bloodshed had it been
adopted two months ago Our cowardly abandon
ment of boudan has encouraged disloyalty and
has broken the spint of both officers and troops.
The employment of General Gordon at this time
is like summoning the fire brigade after tho baild
tng has been consumed. Iho Ministry's conduct
upon ljgyptiau affairs, is a national unmuiauon."
London. January 21th. Unssia makes a formal
demand that Turkey immediately pay the 1230,
000 still owing as indemnity exacted after the
Haiphong, January 21th Tho French attack
on llicniuh is iostponed till tho middle of
bt Petersburg, January 2 Ith Ml the femalo
students, a class from which many Nihilists were
enliited, are now compelled to resido at a house
provided by tho authorities nnd be at home by
Canton, Jon. i5Jth The excitbiuout in the spr.
rounding country Las again nsen to fever
pitch and further cutragesou foreigners are reported.
Two American Protestant missionaries
and a Itoman Catholic priest havo recently bad to
Ilea into bhameen for their lives nnd their places
of worship hare been destroyed It is now next to
impossible for a foreigner to trust himself in the
streets of Cantos.
London, Jan. 2Cth Furious gales are raging
throughout Great Bntian and Ireland. Telegraph
lines are disabled by thunder storms. At Cork
to-day the Diver Lee, swollen by tho rains, did
much damage along its banks.
ancouver, W.T, Jan. 2GUi Tho first femalo
notary public ever appointed in menca by any
Governor has just been appointed by Governor
Newell, in tho person of tho wife of ex Chief Justice
B. F. Deni)ion, of this city,
Victoria 1! C, Jan. 2dih Honlan and Leo
arrived this morning by tho Mexico. Both were
invisible and sick all the way. Hanlan ato breakfast
for the first time on board this morning while
entering the harbor. Leo came in and the steward
refused to let him sit down till Hanlan told
him who he was There was a great crowd at the
wnari to receive mem anu incy were louowcd every-where.
The race will probably come off next
Thursday at Esqmmalt. Tho course was marked
out by Cipt Un Blackburn of Her Majesty's ship
London, Jnn 2C Tho shins citr of Lucknow
and binila, engaged in tho Australian trade, came
in collision to-day, in the English channel. The
bimla sink. Seventeen persons were saved, and
twenty men are missing,
lteports from all parts of the Kingdom agree
thaPthe gale was unparalleled in seventy.
Fans Jan. Sttli Dunng a performance at Port
bt. Martin Theatre, Faris, a panic was caused by
a suuuen cxtinguuning oi tuo gasiignis. tne
slamming of doors by tho wind anil tho roar of the
tempest drowned tbo voices of tho actors. Hern
hardt's loot was wounded by a fragment of n
Halifax, N S,Jon. 27th The bngantino 6. J.
Mhmoii has amved in tow. Thrco of tho crew are
badly frozen. Two vessels with sugar for the
Nova bcotla refinery were abandoned at sea, with
largo cargoes, valued at 7",000. Insured.
Khartoum, Jan 27th The steamers sent to clear
the Blue Nile failed They were attacked by the
rebels with great fury. Tho rebels waded to the
attack and were only repulsed after SO rockets had
been fired into their ranks and after they had
suuerea ucavy loss.
El Mahdi left El Obeid nine days ago. His destination
is unknown. He has 37,0UO men, plenty
of ammunition and Krunp guns. LI Mahui lost
onlv 300 men during tho engagement with Hicks
London, Jan. 27th The Ctt of iMtlHotr, in
with the Simla in the English Channel, has
arnved at Grayescnd. Twenty-two persons went
down with tho $tili,
ban Francisco, Jan. CUth Judge Fermi's Court
was lu session yesterday afternoon for the especial
pnrposo of allowing tho attorneys for Sarah
Hill bharon and Wm. M. Neilson to pot the
grand jnrors on the stand and get them to tell how
the indictments for forgery ,perjury and conspiracy
were found, and who voted for them. T he first
jnror placed on tho stand was Charles bontagg.
Judge Tyler, handed him one of the indictments
against Miss Hill, and asked him if he was pre.
sent when it was voted upon. Witness declined
to answer. In this manner Martin Mangels, W,
I . Garratt, Henry M. Black, Thomas M.
J. D. bpreckels, John I) lly and U. Mangels
took the staud in the order they aro named, and
each decltnisl to answer on the ground that he was
a member of the present Grand Jury, and to answer
would bo divulging its secrets. The jnrors
were all committed for contempt of court, by the
1mdon. The ship Jnuo, from Liverpool
for Calcutta, foundered in the Mersey, and
all hands, twenty-five In number, were lost. Many
barges were sunk in the Mersey dunng the storm.
At Tvno the scire of All Saints'
Church was badly damaged and the roof partially
destroyed. In Ireland the Kerry railway train
was overturned near Londonderry and sixty yards
of the embankment of the Northern Hallway were
As the restoration of leleranh communication
progre&se., news of disasters by the gal ismrs in.
iho breaEwater at Port Enne. Isle of Man, cost
ing 170,000. was entirely destroyed.
Paris, January SSth. Tho Tenij aajs: The
language of Marquis Treng, Chinese Ambassador,
continues met warlike. It is that, China is only
waiting the attack on Bacninh to make formal
declaration of war against Frauce. and that the
Chinese Government has ordered tht, Viceroys of
the different provinces lo report the number of
solders tbey can furnish.
Bieinn, January 29 Tho New England Freethinkers
Convention havo formed an association,
with a by law, demanding that churches be not
exempt from taxation, the judicial oath abolished,
all laws enforcing tha obscrvanco of the Sabbath
ana Ubnstiau morality repealed, the Bible read
refused to sectarian schools.
Boston, January 28. O. Abbett, for ten years
cashier of the lmon Market National Hank, at
Watertown, Massachusetts, has absconded, taking
funds ot tho bank aggregating, so far as known,
31,100. There is besides a blank check gone
from the check book.
Moscow, January 23. The bodies of the victims
uftbe Jrannette arctic Expedition have
Lere. Tho Amencan residents placed flowers
and wreaths upon the hearse.
bt Petersburg, January 2X Gabieloff, the
to KharkhoS by Colonel Sndeikin, to
investigate Nihilism, was assassinated on the 1Mb
Instant Tho police discovered a plot for the uprising
of peasants in Little Ilowia, and also a
scheme for putting strychnine in the Czar's bread.
Many arrests have been made.
Klnrtoum. Jan. J9tb V refncee from 1 Obeid
reports that he saw Major Von Zockendorf stabbed
to death while on a bed in the hospital.
Edmund O'Donovan, correspondent of the iMiy
Ari was killed near General Hicks. The rest
of the Europeans, lielonsing to the army, he mw
lying dead After the battle, ho says, Et Mahdi
sold large quantities of watches, rings and the like,
bbeik Obodi has been summoned to Khartoum bi
surrender, to avoid bloodshed. Tbo town la quiet,
but the soldiers are clamonng for their pay. The
arrival of General Gordon anxiously awaited.
Hussein Pasha is offering obstructions to every
San Francisco Jan. 30th The bark Henry James
arrived at ostona yesterday, and it is probable
that by tins lime Jomtny Quirk, the defaulting
harbor official, has been captured by detectives
from this city
Cairo, Jan. 30th Baker Faiha, with lCJXJO
troops landed at Tnnkifat M'jndiy. and an additional
body of 2 men landed Tcusday, completing
the force for the relief of Takar Nearly
20,000 rebels are Mwren Innkitat and Takar,
where tho first battle will probably lie fought
Small bodies of the enemy which approached with,
in 400 yards of the camp were abelled by the
Bntish, gunboat Spbyax.
Paris, Ja ary3L Tho report that Admiral
Courbet had stormed Hacoinh, and been rcpnlscd,
is pronounced without foundation.
. FT! 'annary ZVLn Finn reasserts that
Admiral Courbet lately attacked Bacninh and was
repulsed with lasses equal to those faistained at
Sontay. The same rarer says tho French met 23,-000
well armed and strongly posted Chinese regulars
nnder tho walls of Baerunli.
Cairo, January 31. General Gordon leaves
to-day en route for Khartoum. He has wnt
ten a letter to El Mahdi asking hint to stud the
European nnsoners in his possession to Khartoum.
Cairo, January SI advices from Sinkal are
heartrending. It Is said tho peoplo havo eaten all
tho dogs in town, and only horses and one bag of
barley remain. There will bo nothlntt left by Feb
ruary 1st, and, unless relieved, the Inhabitant's
intend to try and cut their way toSuaklm. They
say they had better be killed than starved.
It is stated on good autbont that tho district
Sua Ning. in the Province ot Kwnntnug, is great
jyaptated at present by the doings of tho Hak.
kas, who are credited with the desire to wrest bv
means of revolt from tho present holders of the
distnct the PuntK the ground held by their an
It Is stated that Waddington the French ambassador,
Minister, that Franco will not recommence negotiations
with China nntd all her objects in
are achieved. Waddington informed the
tho views ot France in the matter.
Two new iron steamers have been ordered by
the Panne Mail Comnanv for tha Chm
They will be built in Philadelphia, and are to be
about 2J30O tons burthen each. This company has
secured a renewal of its contract with the Mexican
uovemmtnt for carrying mails for three ymrs, at
ts3,000 per annum.
Matthew Arnold is in Chicane
The vessel beanng the remains of HerrLosker
has reaohed Brcmerbaven.
.Arrangements are making at the Brooklyn Navy
Yard for a reception of th nf th-
There is said to bo food enough in Khattoum to
last fijOOO men for five months and the usual grain
supplies are arming
lotta and Minnie Falmer draw fairly in London.
Their tncks nmnse the gallery, but the
stalls vote them vulgar.
Earl Grosvenor, son cf the Duko of Westminster,
died of congestion of the lungs after three
days Ulness. He waa born -April 2S, 1S53.
It Is stated that Young and Lark, Australian
merchants, have asked an extension ot time.
Debts, JEtO,000; assets, 1210.000.
Placards threatening hostility to foreigners, aro
posted throughout Hainan. V mob recently attacked
foreigners, who took refuge in the British
Madagascar advices state that the new Queen,
Kanavalona UI. was crowned on tho 22d of November.
Tho Queen and Prime Minister declared
they would not surrender an inch of the country
to the French.
The 'explosive" in tho tunnel near Boston bta
tion, said in havo been designed to destroy the
Fnnce of Wales, proves to bo a harmless
probably dropped from tho train before
tho Trinco passed.
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andkidnevs are well. Hop Bitters keeps them
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the firm name of Soper W rlr.ht Jfc Co.. aod aBBie all
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11th the followlc; officers wrre elected to crredartns
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W O. In ix . and Treasurer
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Wet Trash Furnace Automatic Feed.
Tin; most succi;&srLTx.
A Trah Fnrnace In the lilandi U the furnace In nc
at the SpreckeUTlllr Mills, and patented by
Spree keN and JoaeDh Moorr It can be attached to
any boiler now fn ne witbunt reeettln; the boiler
Urawlnrs and description can be seen at the nfflre of
W O Iim IN, or by application to W E HOWELL.
Aotlcr of Diolitllnn or rarlnerIiip nml
of Appointment of UccclTcr.
fpni: uxii;i:sicxi:i) iikki:ijv
JL tfrta notice that the firm Lmnni as tbeCbnck
Tans liicc pianitTf l Aanaaa, imdii na
been dlioUr! by order of the Chief .Justice of the bo
premeConrt on thecomplalot o'tanTin and IlnLnng
two of the planters la Mid firm, and that the under
rl;ned by the rime order Is appointed llecdrer to col
Icct In and tell the a!ett and wind ap the affairs of
said firm, all debts owlm; raid firm mast be paid at
once and all cUtms asalnst ald firm matt be prwented
to said KccelTtr. at his oQice at No 13 Kaabnmana St ,
Honolulu on or before the Mhdarnf March A D lSi
WM A r.INXia.JteceiTer
HonoUlo.teb.ntli IH !, It
BONE MEAL! BONE MEAL!
Roe Meal warranted pare frrmi the ma no factory of
BUCK 8. OHLAWDT,
Oidrrs for this celebrated will be iretWed
by the nndcrl;ned Planter are rensested to tend
their orders hi early tn that there will be bo delay lo
haln; them filled In time for the plan I Ins fearon.
A finb fertiliEer for c in.
Orders received in quantities to snit.
mi o. mw is Co
A T TJIK AXXLAfi MKirnXG OI'
IX. the LAST MAUI STOCK LO , hM at Ilonorahi,
lebniarr lib, 11, the followlaa itOcava were rleelett
lor the eaeains rear
H I rtrewer .PnaMeut
rtjone, Jr . ... .Harrrtary JtTrrtworer
.CeaJItoflf ,. . . ndltor
J o tarter U II lloWneon
VHM ! C JllNEH. Jb, aeuetary
If yon are ttefferin fivat vn health
or lantrBtthln: en a l! ot ftckaet
1II iitvrn ill cure lou.
'If ya are ulropfT atlins if joo feel
'weak and dUplnted. without clearly
IIo; irill ICcrlrc 3111.
If yon art a Minister and have over
taxed yoarielf wiih yowr uuioral
datlei, or a Mother, worn uot with civ
Hup II I It rr - II! jit
lf jiw ate a wan of btMinera, or
UtxHirrr weakened by the etrala of
dalle or m of let
lerf , t4lfitz orer jomr Mtdahrht work
Hop It I ttr rw irlll ffrentlictt jom
- If yo ar anieriBZ from over-eat Iny
or drlnkiBjc. aay faaWrclloB or oiaet
patloa, are ym jnz & znmia too
laet. aa ! otU thr cite,
Hop lllllcrn "ill KcUctc you.
If yon are In th workflwp ow Ibe
farm, al tbe desk, anywhere, aad reel
that jrorlr needl clanIs, tea
in , vr itrmaUHsff. wltboat laiexteai
Hop Hitlers In irliat you iiccil.
If jna are oM aad yar blood thin
and Impair, palae ftMr, jonr nerre
nniteaily.anUyowr facnlliea wanlas
Hop Illllrr Mill clvc you iiriv lATc
-HOI' ClTTEr.S In an rlezant
and refrei hlnr flarorla for ftck
In then bannlMf t and vweetenlsx (he
Btonth and cleanefn tbe rtoraub
Cleanse, Purify .nd Enrich the
Andyoa will hare nBkknei or inlTerl&it wr doclora
0 bill to pay
lan rteranu Fla routing for
tick rwim drlnka and Impure water rendertns them
Ike pKralh, and clean 1 in tbe
For Kale by, ,
na f II0LX1STER t CO-, UffBolaia.
Mixed Ready for TJse. Any
Ono Can Apply It
Use ihe Pacific
DURABLE, GLOSSY AND ECONOMICAL.
m srr.u Tl REI UNUT Bt
WIUTTIER. FULLER & Co,
San Francisco, Ca!.
Tor ale by lar Hon a of Tat
op io IS lb Has ' -rail ra, aad 1 A lb Ha,
ItwiUBOtCIKLR.rELsrCRAWt. 11 If McdO
of tho Host aad Purost Materials,
Pioneer White Lead. Oxide or Zinr,
Pure Linseed Oil, (.eiiiiine Colors
Comblanl with a STROM. HlU.TIO'". at
Tho Best India Rubber.
PIONEER WHITE LEAD!
We GearaBtre this Laad to Be STRICTLY PURE
ARTICLE rritrtAItnONVTKOFLKAU UresndlB
rntK REFINED LINSEED OIL. aad It la eM
t to Chemical aaaiysis afld lb Bios, pipe Teat
PIONEER WHITE LEAD l Manufactarrt
ia an rraarisco, arrives here Fresh, sod can hr
pro mptly sad la qaaatltlea as uted
lu reahaeM la Economical, la thai Ihe Oil la which
It la CToaud Is sot toaked lots the Mat of the
and cooteqaeutiy the farauitloii of' atlas Is
The IMOS'EER WHITE LEAD Is prSB WHITE
IS FINER (1ROCND than say other la this Market
11 XS ab'FERlOR "BODY. or COVERISO
and la without aa espial
ll Is pm ap la a lb 3U lb UOIbaod SB lb art In
tin lb aad H lb tin pall, aad la email lias from I to
10 lbs each
Fall Mipnly la loBitaa.'y Krpt In Stock by lb
Wholesale lfoaae io UoaolBia lo whom we eianrlalty
reconmead iBteBdlox; bajcrs Maaaraclnrasl oaly by
WHITTIER, FULLER & Co.,
Coirmfrn oF Whltr itd and Manateturm of 3fid
ralni Colorf, rnHbM Whitr zie. Mil Import
rt of SQtl BflcUn WlniUn Ule
93T tNm Franciftco I iliiWola It
For Sale !
BELFAST GINGER ALE
Mulder's L Beer!
Ojiart and Pint
Scotch and Irish Whiskey
.Niiurn it si.it, ou i. i-i ,
" KALAK&UA'" CHAMPAGNE.
Rn, .hi inn r l,r t h
i on sm: n v
3ei, aaraoixjEoica. oo.
DILL1GHAI & CO
RECEIVED A FULL LINE
Of Ihi laur'i DILLINOIIVM
RICE PLOWS. 5 TO 13 INCH
FURROW PLOWS Uo arrive)
Thesi. TLOWH an all mull Ironionr uwb paltirn,
liv the OlillllNU MULINE ILOIT HURKS oi
.irrn Plnir Mannfarli rx
anil the Lar pt SI ellliw Witk. In th" nnrM
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THIS MANUFACT'Y
rritoMii stills op
Cultivators, Horse Hoes
Old Pattern Moliiie Plows,
Plantation Tools, nil kinds;
Diflcrential Pulley Blocks,
Cardon & Canal Barrows.
Paints, Paint Oil
Studebaker "Wagons !
Safes cfc Boxes
iiMr,tni.Mn r.n:ns. i.n s
Ac At tr ttr JC
cw looda couflanlij, jmvu , ji i t
keep rrrrj thing In our line and fit al
DILLINGHAM & CO..
ri'llH uVN'N'ITAIj MI.KTIXC. OV
JL Ihe atoeh holekm ol the ISTER HLASD STBAJt
A CO .ill hr h.lil nn Ihe Hbproilam Bt
their office on the Ksulanade J JB5A, Ja.
JW II awjlnliT i.laodS X Lo
S200 EEWAED !
ox riinsuiaitii o
T T 1MI, cerUln ieraon or prraoaa hai
broke and entered ike .tore of SINOt HOIll, i ta
on Hotel alreet. Hooolala, Bod atole Ihcrefrom I piece,
oi Lblnaae Silk. 1 IombIui Set llh dlMM avUciao t
Lblstie Cotton ulolh. ChHIies etc. Il I hereby aoO.
fled that a reward rf is) will be paid to anj persoo nr
person who ahall give toch laforaaatlon to the police
a wilt lesfl to the appreh.BeloB BBiTeosi.lctton nf the
tbtef or thlevea 11. Order
LI IJIEl -(i Sitjl hlor.e I nli.D
HoBOl.la, b,l mi Wll
3100 EEWARD !
Wnrmus.ox Tucson. i or dm .
lWii, certain perMn or prroni bnrglartotttly
IrToVe ami entered Into the itore nf L A1ILU on 5o
ana street, Honolulu, and i.ole 9 pltce of
IIlBeCrfttb 3 fancy IScdDilii and diveri other article
It la hereby notified that a reward or !H will be paid
to any perron or pertonA whn .ball glTe unrb
to the p4llee a will lead to the and
ccBTletlon of the thief or ihlevm
IiyOrder LI LtlEI N her y ihine I d.oo
Ilnnoraln F. b 3d, lt4 1 nr, n
Wlft.ICKlfH, tlXTIIfaSSIIi I 1 OI'JW.,
11, eertala peracm or penoan bnnrlaiionaly
bnke and entered Into the more f WN, WuCHUI
ItO owned byCIIOKUtlOl k(Nl Nnnano ptret
IlQnArBln.and tole therafrotn 3W av.wrta Silk Hand
ketchfer, Iplfee White llk Ktc It herebj notified
that a reward of i $n will Iw- paid to anr prrwn w per
eon who tball tTefncb laformatUan to thr put ire an
wilt trvl to the apprehealnn and ernTletl n nf thr
thief or thlrree
lly Order LI IIIE1 NO - y I tin. 1
Ilonoinln, Feb a
3100 REWARD !
lirmiiKiM on tiii: mil nil or int..
, v les.1. ecrtalB nvrMw w prrsona bnrelarioaalv
brok. aast raided Into IB. of wiyill O.I WO
owordbv IIHIILON on Mannakra strrrt. DoawlBra
and ftde lacrciroM two hnadln of Flablnr Set It
IHWwIII be paid'.
aa perMt or perMm. who .hall ciVi' soeb InfiBaatloit
to Iho Mile. a. will kfsd lo the spwlfosinn and eon
victiaa of tho thief or I Here.
II, Order. LI tllEI IL Tr 1 I nlon
IImoIbIb. Feb .JWI TC ll
piii: irxjH!:bi(.xj:i having
X t dfllj appolRied Adnlaistralcr of the .slat,
of A.tOB. Jlaaa.1 of IioaolBlo.dfxMd with IB. Will
aBBOSOd, Botlc. la hmrwbf fivipB loall piro hana
data, ajcatnat lh .aid catal. to prearvrt th. tarn daljr
anlBenlicateil wfth th. proper voiicha whether e
cafod bt Bftavtsaf. er olbirwl. to Ihe oayleraiirBfd
wllala all BWotha frova th. dale thfT'Of nr the, will
h forevtv barrod and all par" iodrbled in sahl
ealalfl ae . Botlasst to wake Inaaedtale paimnt i lb.
BBdminrd. W PAKKI
Adai'r eslale of laloa. Alannrl with Will aan.anl
HsMlalB, Jao M. 11 SITa
BV A'lI.TL'KOF AN' JnCKCL'TION
lined by IL r nteknUB. K Police J.Mkr of
IIoboIbIb. on thr tllh day of Janoanr A II I WL In r.
of Jljanan tiro. plalott aad tee (ch) dafendsal.
for thp earn of S&L96 and emu 3 I Bav. Irvled bbob
bb1 ihafl capiMi. for aale to th. hlrb..! hldiW, fX
WEOESUaV tht tnh dav of March A B UM. at
taoaoeUoB room of Ljon.4; Lever at fn o alnck a n .
BBdrx article, inch pa. Calico. L.aip Cblaia.
Lamps lltehcra LaAIaar Pot. Kaoc.es lawtoeiotl
B7. Mhlrte & IK atloaaotbr article loo BBaaevv
ouatomcBlloo. BBiwfllhofaJlj mad. known al the
lime or Bal. aald ladxaieBl aad .xpeaaa. ar.
prevtoualr paid. V I PlHbE, Mankal
'lliroirfula. rt Sib l-l 9B4 It
CI ItC L'lT J L' JJ O B AT CI IA3I3I KI 18
ThM JidlclalOUtrkf, Ili.ajl.a dw
wutterof IbeEmienf ATO of Illii, Hawaii
Oa reading- and AHa; th. pottlloa of L. Hsmerabcc
AdffllBHtrab of tho eal of Apa,oflltMi Hawaii
deccaard. aaklaz for aathorltj lo acll th rAl eatatr ,,f
Ihe decaaicd. thers not bJflzaAga poraoB.1 prop.rtT
toaaUifirthclflitctalnaairalBat IMeaUl. ills Bee.
bj otdered that I'lflD It. tie Ilk daj of March UM,
at 10 o'clock a. st . la tha Loort Hmm at ItUa IlawatJ.
la lb. tine aod place ippolated for brarlwz aald pt
Hon b4 all objectloni that mar ks oaVrcd tterclo
Y. A. LY JIAJi Clrtnll Jodcr
llllo Hawaii, Ftbraarj lit B t Bda
Cordage: Hemp & Manila.
ArtiM. AsuoursihNT or kkw
SED'or.I) MAaafartBrr which am In inid it
Ihe Lowtit Price
Yii BOLLES CO,
Hr J.YONS & ixrarr
CASH S A li fi
Aridity, Feb. 15th,
at IV a aa. as gako Haiaaa. will a swU al asanas,.
Dry Goods, Clothing-.
rnrnltare. Jewelry, and
'Sks. Bran, Potatoes, 1 and 2 Sugar
CIIOICK MANIIaA CIOAlW.
Prime Salmon in bbls, &c
ALSO -I saxall Man- Vats I. r4N JtHa"",
LTKSS X LEVEY .tan r.
Important to Families
On Friday, Feb. 15
ll tlaaoa. w. wtllarllet fjahmain. iaarr
F U R N 1 T U It E !
Jttst n rrlvrtl rrasa tha Coaas n4 tme awsttt,
PARLOR rTX LOIXaaBS MD UKCSUIK.
HAIR wTtU(S. PIIXOW'S sirBOSM
bids nt. rrr
I.TIH1A I.CTI3T. n"lr.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
tly imler of 1 haelea 1 Flalael. tW BMrlMajao
tn a errtaln loaledtBtv ofaMirtsaas. oaaaaljaai M
mad b, K Kawataal t. Caar J mw.nu !
ltherrcMaarniMaaaiC9; nanmMNN aa
arv l.l.IKaB.ataar'luiiiaal. rf.nilalB ta
prrailara descrthecl Ib saM Baoavasass, a aacalaal Bmvsi
frraiiisj t. b. aaM ar a aaltasis asMl nanus4 t
PUtrkt of Knhaaa, laauaa) M alasnm
1.1-111 tlwlansf i.iirhlB aaal rBtraa . UV
tu KawatBnrtaj, coataiBiBaTia! 7vmn
-M- Ml lh. uuial iJeacrlhW la ami 11 ta JB8
to KaoaBaBaaam ikl. rootatal 11 am, aaat a- H fat.
tlae taoal ilnull Ua roaaaa '.j&ajsa.
to naiaAma. eoatataiair t
ZtT Partner Baiileaatra ran he hao irf II r kVln
Tb 1 ah ilwi al eaans f faarebaawv.
I.TONSA I l. 111 . aaaaaaaaaaaam.
List of Registered Letters
OKJIAIXIXt. IN TUK l.KNKIJAr.
JLV POST OFTIt I IIOtOLl Lt
flOVa ABIimlottio Jos. labriro
1MT Van-! Mteln. I.aiolal
mat Jon lilnlia Oaloia
ana. Jom do. oaataa ratsta ta
W. Josh- Su Cavar
Mo. DoBsiBBja. GoaMo
aafM rcaaelaeo BB.Uou
saaaj j. siaraaaa Corrao
MOW Jm cirta Caattlk.
nm aaumht Trim
slOB Joaa a. U,al
bbMI AnioBl Jaelnla. Irrasal
Ta klorutB So.tr.
OOBt v.Hbb BrhTB
ffl AniaaloaV Mou.
OSS Xaao.1 oOiinea
sWIT AaloH Jom Ylakeira
eiMl ABtaaUd. NhatoauB
3a Maria Jom a
ai Saw.1 Maitlaho oa
1 UW 3ok Jotoaao ieam
ttBTJo Jae FonaaH,
BBfM MbbimiI aWooao Macro
31 II Jow do Sbco 1 ktal
0CI Uaaaai lr,rtr Ara
IKli MbbobI AAaxrawk. M ml
S9BB7 rraaobeoaBB, sjaaioo raito
SUM Maaoel d lhr PIbJmI.
Mill Xatoalo Pemro do. lai'.
llta Manart Tmvne.
Jom d. Oraolku
saaM Xaao.1 (Mart d. Mha
;47 Joaa da JIibbIih atevriro.
to rraaeatd rwa
orvM LnsaaBM, d Ahrvo
Llb.no ABtaata do tmmm
.THO rranrM.ro r. dUla
I WE J,n. Tiki,, uMaa
iOX Jus. 00 Slrva
MUt .'..io d .ltra il. 1 M,Ifci.
1003 aanaolde lBa VataVltw
Mr )l!k I aunaho
Sim limls Aho. d Mraa
.f.is tnloBlo ii.aaao do ,
HI Jos. d IVmaa bVbiWb.
909W J A Lom
4TON Domlauns d Ci
19l lano.1 JimbIM drjarha.
.lac Jooo de MraalBBBUtB
n-SH Oroulva tarWk
COB9 Jean Vkaahrl
192 Joanh Lefrbce
SOW JOBBBB ItaVBBBMk
-"DOB ABr Ora.
OH Sklhafoni tBBM
ihn nta uiua.au
TABS Tbo. XoC.
MOW David Lxoaa
73K Kloaao aniBBhilli Vbbbbb
M7J A a iravta -.
M31 Ua, Hlt m
JB Ta4MBaa flaaitk
91 Cham T I oh Barn
HB aillnm 9nk.t
IWM IB. I.BSPBB;
367 1 WlhBBWah (PalMla
OP AbiobIo VmIib Snsjdh,
'11(11 rraiilm da "tlraa Uau
awn, jiw. reainrlaeo d BlBiir
ITtatl Manoel L1b th- TawM
5JS6 Joe. Bodrltf.es KrBlb
VWIO tntonlo Modrlran t r,
Mail. EmIIU d. oils.
tla Waao.1 Kraii eo Frella.
taVAl J .. tliiMirs UrBrhan..
H. M. WHITNEY, P. M. C.
G.B SEWEfi & CO.
JUST RECEIVED !
I'll: iJtl.itu it
nn tin 1 nuiii.
Wloicli -will be Sold at
lOW RATES !
IMS TKI1 IMTP fTEXT loaal'lao.
LARD, in 5 it ID lb. IMIIdS
If till CKO
Tar and Pitch,
In Casks for Family TJse.
MI (.USJIklf Vl
tKHIIUTt l tlZTJt i
Fairb.niks I'lalForm Scales,
ISMIKTI.O Mr.H I
;KII0!.S. 16,17,18 fl
A Choice Selection, of
New Styles of
EXTERN MADE OXCARTS
C. BIlLWEIt & OOJIPANY
Hemp and Flax Canvas.
A is AttrjuirrsiKNTi in i$ONi,on
lx rrr paw ..
,j BOLUS! CO.
And Line ?rei Groccrll
l "--- il
Hwtrjsjte" i Stwin tJ I
TN AtTOKD.UfC T Wtni S, PQl
A. s, BBB1 WBBBalsji dW - wfy -- --.
awa, Kajlla MjISA , L J I
dMaaaawsf m , v. i
BBBBBMal. dBtad Ha. CBB. "W, A
MM . t s:i
llaaFawBajBt tBtSapaaA faj
farartbv t4 mmMmmf
aai a awaaBnaf 900
ah da, of Pa
BIlMllll I .
Wd. . "iwl
rwaht, 1 I - -
rat. XUmw w
dhaaal Jftvl 'w
BVW V "
TN utor.it(i Hrji rtl
C. (,'- 4 BT I- -
da. t .
l h.p. s. vjWB a. lans
sIMn a.di 1 wBHssjlBs.
J. D. RAMSAY,
.sio.criieTtu.wrr. , SaVI4VfA
Good Dsatarttt ta Oeradjamiij", Cl
Jbm B.a,.4 ., aa. . , i --
Garden Seds & Frnh G:
ar- lUMMMTun rrri
For Sale by
EC JETnolcf aluL te Ccl
owe m& xsESs !b tie Fll
IS ISOV OPEN
Dlwoiuhou of CVrartacris.x I
Ynte !. iitciiRtfT MtKtaf w
will a- -
Wwb4 -9 h
lM !. arf t
Notice ta Creditors.
ivntwiuiKD lihTta. R&sxl
.wwaM,,, , ..
S. IB. .U b. . Ii. ...
ssl .,rt 1.0, -i ,
BAXTER ENGINE !
5 Deane Steam Pttmpl
El-. Tat IU.tKt.
H. Hackfeld Ss. Cow
irsitr.tOKi t i r ri, " I"
X sow thw; i .
M.w.ll. it ,-....
saaBlaa rWBBM . a. I i-
Jmobt, WM. aast k
Tips.!' A r m
Notice to Creultoxrs.
'I IIIIUKV,H.1U1IIAIM Krr.
ii iii li Mi V r!ITi ' Tmh -
cnh I so. fa, Isiaad -
M. all B'liawl a. pw 1 lb--
lt. osbM laaa I . -
m.aod b, ua.
ai.BBfh , iiT .
am. 1. aOBw .
i.i Miahani. lw.ts
Webmsl a. '-
.a. iM. I
auk. naassll I '-"-
OBavd , l
Ba..sj.i.. - 11
l(Ui:IHM r v,IJII Ta tTVW
wl swl. ,.).,'
r4 m4 mnit "
Hi aaa al m swa.pi I I. . ..
The undersigned eirer to I
Sell or lesaa
TUB HILO T4iM.E
Of SLIMIVIOLC rKatKsa,
r fmrmnimmr mnr" "
Hi"-. lUwail. 1-. aw e- &
COTTAGE HO LET
'ril VT .I.KAcvb.NTI I
t . Ml
X al aw.a
s llaili'sl so a..
wl tt SwanMi. laa, a
iiol ha..a. PBt.oilli I ma
rwoajir.. BMIOXBT HU.W
HotiM of Ms et
L adff4BB.; w -" "
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- ta .4nw - a: -. i
MBMd r w, w. iiApa k. kr
Waii.k Jmwmr !