, THE HAWAIIAN
AT FIVE DOLLARS
TABLE IS Al'VAKCE.
arkies. aeevetea Psssvatre.
rrhmt tre t. Honolulu. H.
Imlis I pray the
Proprietor of 11.. kM
rti.lom.ni. and the pnlilc In
Yellow No.. p. Soft
.ig Jhf Righrit Prior
ua, with sold, in their head, .peak of the
j.i re.M.t .' " bars rc:.:inr, "
Bo aaa ad for broad, aad be roeeired a atone."
. and the bert did not like him.
oa.p : " Iliekema nerer arrole for
W. ouaport that b. oot aebamed
rarht op to tho bar and eall for it like a Teteran.
Tioaiiii. oaght u nndertand that Santi Claua'
yaaek a. not wary fall tai. year, and tbal nothing
aaaa mm wmunw taiore vbm. vo oaicu a uvj
say ha father's overalls
For sale by
row with the par
to the paaaen- A
"Otiy but . 1
aav. looi hovel I ean't onoerrtond tbia fellow', gib- ei any of yoo badn. and gentlemen tell me
Ah children, it'l
fruwinf np puch fine gala
I m"l Ml LM proud man- - a day . no. Dot
rtaal loliuaier a,: .ur poor old cranny'..
.esaa lar a sew blee
bat for myself
boxes of 00 eacb.
Fur Sale by
C A. T C
tIH ARI JAMi:S.'
IvI LIVKU FUK UK
For Hole by
val oadly puliled
oegr. . who some time since
trap . was exhibiting a model in a
at- e- or Waahmrion alreet. when a gentleman re- Wall yoa as an eccentric geniur."
fee hoah. how.' alowly lepliad the negro, " dot ar'
Is gwine to ran
Cow away he adR right or wrong :
ary thsnssi ass Aol. an' dene' the soear while nobody
ham any ngkulr eali aseaawas an' hart my feelings,"
saaat h owl away wad grief in his eye.
bw hair, oad be enjoyed being
.tangly . Rolling up bis eyes, be svaid:
wmt Columbur, wboo be lauded in
like B.t r.ow
conlda t tell htm, and
vm tickled at being
..... . ....
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the beat Mills In tlie htate.
he oa thy guard '
Twa tkanaaat taw erase "'
eat th whrill quavers, bat it was pitebed to
' Taw thaaaand Tea thoaaand." sha asreecbed
Ptatt br at MM !" cried a
the wires of East
new wwewery attaed tbew at were.' time. Bat tbe day
far bissjuv. whea British cirilisattec will hare
asvd patato-masbeesaawc nal
ai Brebaata will be glad
ap netside of the door aad sniff tbe
the key --hole.
lea eaa't alwaysbelieve wbat
a saaa aaya. aay sawre than yoa can judge of his
beer- - Ay the elerbicg he wears. Tbe other night a
pasti aasaaa aa --he Kaat aad giakhsi a aagre who came
l lag sVswe the etreet at fan .peed, panting like a
. aaat the &eer wanted to know
alored nana was dusting
wee ad ia thsat hwaly sty I alaudasght's aoUrnc boar.
-- Yaw saak-gw- aw
far the doctor:" gasped the
aaaa "wJwawe 4V. 70a live'" " Liowni. go eaa't
Stag --ehe'l saoer Awat I" was the answer ; yet ia
aaatje wfwaw the aataeer poshed tbe African ap against
site awe.- east a eaaawh htiisagbt ta light two chickens,
a sV has tins Islnhet aad a pair of boots , tb same
r af soeae ether assx.
For sole by
FXr bale by
Kor aale by
KXTRA LABI.E SIEE, and
TO I00.0OO SI1IIMI SUE.
All of the beat ouallty bard bricku, and will be sold
wnt luu l ine Len fsIt of a rood useful Family thi wATit th
Piano ! dow introOuord into Uils nutrkr-- i and the pabonas? of ttie Public la
Tbeae are madp ot a uultorm
I miBsTI Basa Carve leg. Koond Front
Serpentine afouldleag. and Disable veneered K ....
wood Cases eomWoed with
BK II.NKSS of TOXE. BEA ATA' of dniah and of
Most Celebrated Make
may therefore order these instruPFMCHAlSEIt
ment, with confidence oa each ta fully warranted.
th.-sinstruments sill be largely mod in reboots and
IVjnvente, special inducements will be given tu purchasers
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..i.l .1... (n PUwi'mel for the n... lit
bow it Is poseibie to supply a 4. OOD
WarrsnLed PlASOat about one half the urice freuuelitly
Tbe answer la plain. Thee are no large show
Koonis to keep up, no grand Music Hall sto maintain ana
no expeuelve travelling agents. To pay be llano, can there-for- e
be oaaVred so tbe Public at Bottom priced.
Mnstnaa of the Tballssf risno arr
K. F. II.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at Drug Store, corner of Port and Merchant Streets,
Residence. Nonann Avenne. near School atleet.
Office hours, a 11 a. a.
C. It. HOI 1 11,
Dealer In Sporting
Fort Street. Honolulu. II. I.
Between Fort and Bethel alreet..
'Gainst Dear on Credit.
of this IX8TBI ATEBAAA. HOI'XD
special points of advantage
Workmanship. Uniform quaiitv. Pull, guarauteed richness
of Tone smd MODERATE PRICK.
Samples of these pianos and fall particulars can be ob
H. ht WHIT .EV,
Agent of the Thalberc Pianos for the Hawaiian Islands
X. B. Parries residing on any of the other Islands can
have Photographs of these Instruments, furnished on
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Er.tra Fine and Medlom Quality
THE MOST COMPLETE
chaplain lank. mead of
Ko. 51 Hotel
TJ ia c I o
IIO N OI. I
E H. S,
A ID THUS BllNCSXS
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
BIIILDIKGS, HERCU ANISE AND
in Every Particular!
THAT OlaHIRt BT.E
King Street, formerly occupied by Mr. I. P.
Will be sold upon very n lanaoatils
terms. Possjaaalon glrea Immediately.
For par tiro Lam
C. BRBWEB dt Co.
PUBLIC of Honolnlu, that be hat parcnaaed
tue stoca ana oasnees or William FISCHER. Hotel Street, next door to Strehis' Iiroe
Store, and that tu future the business will be earned on by
blm In tbe same prexnlses.
C. a. solicits a fair share of tbe public patronage, and
promises bit patrons tdrSaty, attention and good quality
for their money.
jstMotsB. t t
l.easia Paid tabrnngh
& COOKE, AGENTS
FOR THK HA Willi) I SLA Jf Oft.
ar lne, PICTURE
rmall lines on csreinlly
Agent for lb Hawaiian Iataade.
Far the Hawaiian Islantf
a rials JO
framing pii.to res. They vary from oos Inch to t.
inches lo width, snd those washing pactuiwa tm
can have them done In aay style required.
from M eaatt
Oval Frames from
Square (illt Pram
from i x
Square Black Wklnot from i.oa sack aaat aaawsre).
Picture Sails, Conks, etc, aaso an Hi t, eetmHf sawap
Hiss Bird's Hawaiian Archipelago
jist aECEivEs aid
AOS, U TSASlaVORBIllART LIFE FLAB
Annual pr.nfom crmilnow Pntiry 1 yatft 1 As rs
Annoal prcailuna coallnws. PolHy 4 yaws Usssy
Aanoai premiaan ntinaaa Poliey S yaasra IT
Annual pram i am eoetluBw. prJIry t yawfSSt Aa.
Annoal prsralam coatlakW Policy 10 years Msny
ISCOBPOH ATED, 1865.
UNION INSUR III C E CO M PMTy
OF 111 FRAMCIflCO.
Purfly Mutual Lift Insurancs
the United State.
Policies Issusd sa the most ftvorabls T.rtu
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
th most farorabl terms.
W. Q. IRWIN 1 CO
Agents for tba Hawaiian lalanci.
Of tWaTON. MASS.
of th world,
New England Mutual Life Insurance
BISHOP A Co.
Cottages by the sea aide lor the accommodation of gneat.
Carriage and Saddle Horses at short notice. 609
Freight and Treasure
PROpailRTOR JIAVI.NG OBTAIIIaD
Will spare no pain a to make
opposite Hoppm. Barrel
HE UKDEaSIGVBD ara AUTHORIZED
Constantly on bsusd.
San Pranclaeo. Sept. 1S7A
Swiss Lloyd Marine Insurance Co.
Trunks of any pattern made to order at i
anil payable here
karaaoga Truaks. a aperlallty
CARPENTER AND JOINER
frotu Uoaolalu to all
Bessel aim, H. I.
Trunki, Valiteg, Traveling Bagi,
Satchels, Straps, e'
for the Hawaiian Islands, aod mo
undersigned are prepared to write risks against
R w w
The traveling public from Australia aad tba Haw.
Islands era Invited to Inspect the stock aew essea at
above central store.
Every article In the Una of
S j ti
I sts All its A.
Shop oo Fort St.. Esplanade,
: s : : t t
J. T. DAVtOTIHlllTgmit
M. OrC- -t Rniiill gt , BIofu-lurBattle at as. lUrf..
la New York, W. II. ScHiirriUM
0 , avi J
ix) m i. i..
OFFICE WITH WILDER
Palace Hotel. Ban Francisco.
PALACE TRUNK STORE,
CABINET MAKEE, FRENCH POLISHES.
Mniical Times. Jan. 12, 1WI5, " Cklot
scores of orthodox mitral praHlde.wT
not thn ha alngnlarly
It aanl fill a olara.' "
tbe UaaaraJ Boartl of Hralib, Uammmi SS
Now is a Good Time to Insure.
Per a. o.
of this remedy, that we cannot to. t
of adopting It In all faax"
CAUTION -- Non gnnlna wltboat th Waa SSI
tb Ooftraamt taaa.
whelming BHtdleal tastlssony accompaala each Wctla.
The Right Hon. Karl Rnaaa.1 romnsnkatsd to Ibaf Mr
of Pbyaiclaoa, and J. T.
that ba had rmtwitmt la
rOrmatlnn to tba fflWt that the oi.t raawdy of aaty -t
jUacat, Dec. It. S4
In Cholera waa CH LORODT.N
Dr. Lowe, Medical Ulaaionary In India, reporta (Dre. I"- -'
that In nearly tvery caa of Clwlara la whletl Dr J. "
CHLORODTMS waa admiolatarad, tba patiat
A TsTs OAS33C.
est lot a Itim
I'tbiss II,- - .
tlun", an1 tininlaii naaltny arlnm r turn
unplpa-abotly. wltln.ut creatine SOT if
Old and jron taa talia II
tendlnf the nas of
limiri ami linn wti-- n
tify to It marTrlloua ,:
medical men extol Its Wrtaea moat txtcnalvafT, itaiitf I
-: CataJSj, Ir.- -reat qnantlltastn tb following dl
terr, Diarrhuta, Ctdlica, Coagha. Attbnia,
Whooping Cottgb. Cramp Uyalarta, mc
IN THE WORLD
King; Street, Honolulu.
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
ARB CACTI OHM AOAXl
Largest, Safest and Most
St., opposite Mr. 0. Khode.' Store,
iTtqMaUy aaaaV '
nimpciiwlikin of CtLoaustss la kausp tu CbmiaSs aa
The fart ia, Chktxtdfa mm SBSsrsod Inseiired by Dr. J. COLL!. HRtivs.NK -- t rarf af
Staff.) and so nsraad by kiss, and u haa beflatj all aist
at anal ii 4 by tbe Aral Cbenil-- tt of tb
nv-- r bt-- n patltibtai
Me siecrert of tba prptavrati'-mM ander twasSv
la obvfooa, thareforv. that
ase Dr. J. COLLIS BROWN K;' rilLOROOT.SI, la a
hi- - fmftatlon.
CAUTION--if -- banc! lor Blr W. P. Wra--d Mmim
Dr. Cullla Grown wu aDtloabtadljr tba iaraator s O
OF X'l: W YORK,
18 THE ORIGIH AL AJI3 ONLY OKrCajf
Is prescribed by
.lira- - It w .ii
ii: ill v a ataut
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Furniture of all deecrfeptions m.de and repaired at
rates, tsood workmaoabip c.aranteed.
And tramact a General Elan king Bosioess.
Has conctantly m hand and for aale, a good aasortoient o
the sOesftflt Bar Iron.
All orden frnni the other Ialandi will be carefully attended
All work Id my lioa exacatad with diapslch and
Agent for the Hawaiian Ialanal,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing.
A si- - J0I1 WORK executnl on the shortest notice.
SAM'L C. WILDER,
KM Kiwi AI
Reef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted.
Orders snd Bills
left at Ira Richardson's Boot aod Shoe Store, will meet with
IRON WORKS CO.
I V I) F. H
POINTED AIJKNTrt for the Sandwich lalsnila. and ar.
antliorizeit to insure ugainst 1'lre upon fiiaorable term..
RIsSs lak.n In any part of the lalamlson Wisiden Bull. lines
and merchandise stored tberrln, Dwelling llouae. and Purn-ItnrTimlier. Coals. Ships In hurl., r with or without eareoM
or nmler repair. ,5j ly) RD. H0F7HCI1LA RGKR A CO
APOTHECARY AND DRUOOIST.
1. 1 DNCA PK
Arenmalateel and Inweated Pnnrl.
Manufacturer and Dealers In
WATER COURSES ALTERED- MARSH LANDS DRAINED,
MAPS AND PROPILES.
BOLLES & Co., Agents,
WATER WORKS and BRIDGES
mall pajable In llonnlijln.
CASTLE A t'OOKK,
AsenU for Honolaln.
sxTRAcra rROM mbdical ori.i iohb.
v' Loiei rau
Goods and Freight Insured
fa err i reu
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. Honolnln, Oahu.
Bar Keeps open every Batnrclny F.rrnliig.
Plans and si.ee. flciitiona furiiidicd st reasonable terms.
Address Post Office, Honolulu, H. I.
OP LONDON AND EDIFJBDROH.
AgrntfortheCelebrated KLOKKNCK SEWING SIACIIINKS.
A. L. BANCROFT dt CO
of Tin, Sheet
iptlon of proptrrtj
Bay arid tell
so aa to mat II to tb. lot.rest of dsalera and
com. to as la pr.fsr.nc. lo s.nr'tag Kaat.
We manors, tor. aod Import avery aVsSBSSsssnwa
tionery, ewrrylng larg. stock. oT Paper, Ravesraas aBs kaaai
Boobs of our own msottfactura, lata, Matsa, aaa.
aapt la aasavk.
AeT'iser I.50H vsnetl's -- r Blank
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE,
C1IRST. To Maaaraetare all Sack
tioowy sa can be doe. here aa w.ll aa alaawkiri. a
llieretiy directly beneat our co.li
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
UUIV3 & a I A I llwllwCR
The Baaia of Our Businc
"So. to't w.ll, protect yourself."
liability of Shareholdsra.)
Shop on Judd Wbarf. f -- of Nnnann Street, next to tb
11 .11. lulu. If
Old Costom II
Merchant Street, Honolnln.
CatlftTaphy and Copying, promptly axecated oo
on Short Notlce."W
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Mont MurkPt. will be prepared to
promptly and MtiMHCtorlly All orders for everything
to fimilah the tables with all tbe SulMtantlala and
Dellcarioti the coon try affords.
CAPITAJi, - -
Proprietor harlnx Itwetl the neai and rommortfoai
RED IN ISSS.
PADDY IS BICE.
0,0 O O t
SSI I I.
and Tbaml ays Veal,
O JI I S
To iHirrtn of paddt.
Has the advantage of Western Rates or Interest. Never
lost ia dollar of Its Securities and never falls to pay Iks
For particulars spply at the Office of
W.O. IRWIN A CO..
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Iasaada
Machinery of Every Description,
ATTORNEY AT XAW,
X I KAS
Machinist, Lock and Cun Smith
Furnlsihsrd to Order.
Successor to John N'elll.
No. 5 Nisuassn Street,
aton seem to prevail In the tahaoda thai Poatdy
can of not belnsr runne l In the Treaty, st aol artsasBaa
Paddy kela wean.i
freeof duty, rhla Is ernsnevoa.
else but Kice. toe iiiusaductloa of tb. word w.iilt . All toe noddy tbal t
port since the promulgation of the Treaty
milted free without qoestlon.
Inartles desirous of sc.pptna Paddy to tttia a
sureil thut It will be admitted free of dosy.sawl I
draat.il In the best f qealhl. manner and aa Snerars.
WX. M. I1HRKJI WOOD.
Uenacal Commlaeton Merchant and Proprietor of India
Howlaad. RW gedford. C. Brewer A C . akasw e
1. II. Rartlett
Ovas A Clark . Present- - t
Was. H. Crapo
R A. Hani III. Rtawtb
BWwk. SL T.
Mutual Life Insnipance tJOmpany,
F R A
R. S. HOWLAND
Shipping and r.BHiitn
.00, Front Street, near Call
luga mWi M lrrcl.nillaa norwl ihrAin,
faVurable terma. For particulars ndpIt - the ofllce uf
t. A. aCHAKKKR .ft CO.
Having returned to Honolulu to re.lde. has resumed the
irarlieeof his nnifes.ion. Anyone deSiriii. his service, either
Medical or Surgical, oik fln-- him at the Capt. Su.w r. it ir.
adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel.
G. fai.t; s;i.ia i;
Meuis, Ac., delivered to all parts of the city without ex- u. wallkk.
Wsiliikil. Maui, B. I.
UNDERSIGNED Compai". been ap- f
me, on 9(onr iml orir .a niiini-.
Shipping and fon-iissi- aa
lit California Street.
CHEAP FOR CASH
ii n hi
Having resumed practice, can be found
his moms over E
eitrehs A Co.' Drug lore, corner of Fort and liotal Street.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
With Large Sake,
Prop r. .FglHE
a Ni PEBioB issoRT.
General Merchandise. Lumber, anil
STEAM EI;l!VKS, St Ci Alt Mlf.t.S,
Boilers. Coolers, Iron, Bras, and Lead Castings,
H. I.. CIIASE.
Octave Solid Iron Frame.
And ac-- ot tt treoeiTe afknowledgemenU of Labor CuDtnvcti
for tbe IHitrirt of Makawao
WILL PRACTICE ON MAl'I Of.LT
Blank Labor Contrarta approved form, aud Ftamp
THE THALBERG PIANO.
aod Furniture, or liberal terms, by
AND FOB SALE.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Heids
This Establishment closes at 12
THOS. G. THRI'M,
Stationer, News Dealer and
AT LAW, HILO, HAWAII.
Havr arrived per M illiard .lluderett
from Hongr laonj;.
M. I AVMISOA.
Panirnhtr atteatlon pasd to Cot
awl CeaurtSRiea 3fercbaai.
Prattt Street, Corner of Clay,
OF II V III HI..
ItKD mn HI II.DIXtiri.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER.
front. flTllI SVlPPT. SVlTtQ
of the ahove plantation at
Begs to announce that he has returned from California,
and intends to settle In Houololu for the practice of his
All desiring his services will find blm at his
residence on Nuuanu avenue, next dour above the lower
E. O. IIITC'HCOCK,
Per M. BelleRrobest.
J. T T
over Mr. Whitney's Boob Store, formerly
Judge Austin. Honolulu, U. I.
Aod Agent for taking Acknowledgment, of Instruments for
the laland ofOahu.
No. S Kaahnmann Street, Honolulu, H. I.
1N H. IX
per " Cleta."
BOI.LES A CO.
For Sale by
Corner Hotel, over Mr. Streln's Drugstore,
niao. COLVMBIA RIVEB SALMON
j. n. wmri:v,
Importers and Dealers in Oeueral Mercnandise, Qneen 4troet
Bonolaln. Hawaiian Islands.
LB. OAJra. FRFJall PACKED,
For Kale by
oi.3.i:s A CO..
Aeent to take Arkiionlolwrniessta lor I.niior
Interior Office. Honolulu.
BOLLES & CO.
2 HAVAXA N1IAPE! Add a good quality.
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For the State of Calif.n nia. Office at the Bank of Bishop at
Co., Kaabomatio Street, Honolulu.
HOrSEKEEPERN AMI OTHEBA
Agent of Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Claim, agnlit.t In.nraoce Compnnie. wltbln the tnriadirtlon
of the above Board, of Underwriter., will hat. to he r.rti-ne..'...'1
to by lb. aha.. agent to make them valid.
F. A. MOII4EFKR.
Bremen Board ot Underwriter.,
Board of Underwriters.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
JOII'V H. PATV,
Clothing, Boots. i'Aoeg Hits. Caps, etc., etc., ate.
corner of Merchant and Kanbutnanu
lulu, r.". It
California Lime & 'White Brother'
IMPORTKU AM. DKALgn IN
General Merchandise. Fancy Dry Goods,
Gentlemen Furnishing Goods,
Galv'd Iron and Lead Pine. India Rubber Hose, Ac
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Attorney A Councillor at Law. A Notary Public.
In Small Cakes.
Oregon Pilot Bread.
Walter MurrayOlbson. Propr. Fred II. Hayaelden, Mana.
,1st. A. 8. Cleghorn A Co.)
Keep constantly on band a full sssortment
Iron, aod Copprrware,
Cargo,oif Prelfrht ami Treaanure,
tb. wort.1. and rice reran.
Roh or si u ik
now imkiIdk In. and fur aale An
qiwntlUea tu ault
W. U. IK MI A A CO..
aboveOdd Fellows Hall.
A'nnnun Street, Near lain;-- Street.
ED. MiF.VTl OP TNI
Conitaaity, have been anlbnrlced to laaaro riab.
BREWEH A CO.
Corner Queen and Kaahnmann
N'nuanit St., and corner Fort and Hotel St.
Commission Merchants. Plantation and Insurance
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island..
For Hole by
UOLLES at OO.
In Faahionable Clotlitnft, Uata. Caps, Boota, Sboea.and
(CB-lBuilding, Merrhanl Street, Honolnln.
- r:; t; :..
Parnitnra of erry
Oallarj. Work- khop at tlir old Ml unci
Ordfrt froto the other iilaoda prumptlr attended to. fly
Fcrt Street. Honolnln
BK "KDB ARD JAMES"
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Oregon Fresh Apples.
M A CO.,
(' BRKW KR k CO.
HANTJEACTTREB, IMPORTER AND DEALER
AIXEV & ROBWNO.V
And all kinda of BulldlngMateriala,
,000 SACKS OF XXX!
Ae'svJ owe that heaaoe anything." .aid a pro-es- r
aasswaaat. lookiag periled over a letter from the
We hare rondi.f.d an aeci.unt of .ales of
Sal. cava, eats aod wheat reeeivec. oad remitted every
saaat haw .aawawiae. "
Too. air," said the book-h- i
" bad the doe ia an the rye."
Pay. aa. will you hoy me a new sled
lV (See. Bated parent" Johnnv. I
(fettir to be aaeh now this Tf in- I have a ebaoee to
enjoy a new
sac has PH eall yoa what I will do. Yoo jn.t be a
o- r- hoy aaat PI1 get your saw filled ao that it wil1
sn rha. aa. a otarA of wood ju.t like cheese !"
At the Caort as Bel foot recently. Jodge Libbey
-Martin L. T. wer to Ii years in the State
This tart war communicated to the prisoner's
an i hoi. aaAw waw etrwok with aatoaisfament as to the
agaBhll f the nawwauw
" What did tbey do that
aha ateaniaand. " Twenty-firyear
i t he saalaatad there three week. 1"
re yon been in England " war the
pwt by a yoaag Englishman to a young
a public dinner in London recently.
"A heart tare wtlfci." was the reply.
m is III of John Ball, "and I notice yon talk
aw- - laaayaaagi' aw well a. we do 1"
" Tea," was the
of III ashst Jaaathan. " I have not been bore
fkwe kaaag aaaaagh u forget bow to apeak it."
" Mew is it. Brown, yea always have sneh
aWpwBBarad fratt froac year garden "
I aihibit and carry
of are and prise. .' awat i y gardener d .e. for I
assay awe at an petat . bat I aerer hare such fruit a.
Simplest thing in the
war A. eal Jalaow. I keep a gardener for my garden
yea keep a sreraee for year gardeaar."
Store on Nonann
Cutlery. Dry Good., I'ainta and Oils, and General Mer- chandtae. Wo. as, King Street, Honolulu.
BOLLKS A CO.
Fort Street, flnt.olnln.
Importers and Commission Agents and Wholesale
Dealers m General Merchandise.
Queen St., next tu the Office of J. I. Uowaett, Eaq. ly
Philadelphia Board of I'nderwriters.
A OF.SJTS tar the Hotrallan lalonrfa.
HRKYYKR fk CO.
TI RTIIS. PROPRIETOR.
of superior quality, now coining
for aalo in quantities to null by
CROP Jl'OW IM. ATfO FOB HALF.
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building
Materials. Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, cYc.&c,
aosT'a or acaooatas
Bui i an co
sail l on.
Hoston Board of rndrrwritrrs.
for the Hawaiian Islaada,
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fubion.ble Clotbing, H.Im. Cpa, Bool.. !, .. .nd
..ery rariely of Gentlemen'p anpertor Furnitblng Gooda
Store iu Ma.ee'. Block, Qoeeu Street, Uonululn. II. I.
At Bobin.on'0 Wharf,
In Barrels and half Barrels
Honolnln, lU.niian IiUndi
a. w. uxsn.
in General Merchandise
BOLLES k CO.
P. A. M IUIH.lt A CO..
Importers A Commission Merchants
B. F. EIII.ER.wl A CO..
And China Uouda. in iv
Street, under II e rnblic Hall.
Columbia River Salmon.
at him and said, " How do
I mean h... we you find
fiaaie. I aerer loooc. myself."
WwoW yoo leal 7" " 6etoot yon
California Beef in Bond.
Kur nW by
VI. I. A
Dry Good.. Paint., Oil. and General M.i chandie.,
ComerFort nnd Ring St..
another Invoice of tboae
'at the end of a
tj haaaasd the Fsaauh ho aoaealaog
f- - goitre...
E. O. II
F.mily Grocery .nd Feed Store,
NAMI.V IHRECT. VIA HAS
frosa hi. mavter that malapro
st " oat af plane " MeoUag a brother foot-baMerdueharged. be ricl.imed
awAoaa. 1 oaa eervy for yea , yon are mala- -
BOLLEa A OO.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY.
I ICII I. A 1.4 OF..
GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALER
Street, on. door from
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar
BABBCI.S byAMI CASKS.
bs. Wilmintr.n Tar and WUmineton Pitch
HOX.A ACIII CK.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
trass of ear. ear a Florida railroad passed a man
a. great hurrahing among
the. diseorered thai the horac
won tos4 so the teaee.
(from under the cloth),
Itaaosaart phetaafi npbt
Ben d. yoa .appose
to yon heap ooael
Sakjaal. whr ia eroding the focua . ' Br jabber., man!
Wtl eat Stall to he abet of"
(Ssccnwr. to C. L. Rich. ana A Co..)
Ship Chandler, and General Commission Merchants.
ALSOAgtnli far Ike Puuloa Salt Works.
PEIRCE A CO..
.Klin T. WATEKIIOIJME.
IVPORTEB AND DEALER IN GENERAL
Jb IKON KTOCK ANCUOUK. alaoa from .u up lu 2300 lbs.
in qontttl.n to ault, iies i inch to
of an inch.
.6. and 1 M
CHAIN CABLES. i-- Ml
For sale low by
C. H. I1AKYOYV.
S.lMrooro on Quoen
Fort .nd Queen Street
Oils. Nails, Suit and
and tar n.lo
Queen Street. Honolulu, II. I.
Material, of every kind.
PER bark R.
..a v.. t
and Snip Stores
BULLtSd l O.
j oa aaat ber.
Oneen Street. Honolnln, II. I.
II. IIA KFEI.II
Win k i. prepared to .apply bis
peneml. wllb lb. liest quality ol
Soap nlway. on lia id
MM for Soap Grout.
oS2- - ly
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
to .nil purctuuer
13 Lines- -1
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Lloyd' and tbi Ltf rpvl
British anc. Foreign Murine Incttrance
E. P. ADAMN.
akd Anmr rot
IIOMtl.I I.I MIllMVOIIKi.
mi n im -
King Street, ILunoinUi,
Tbe Union fn.ar.nr. Company of Qsn Pr.nri.ro. The New
Kuclsnd Mutual Life Insoianc. Comimnv, Boston.
The Oregon Packet Linr.
iTke Rnhela Plantation,
Br. Javue a eon's Celelwaled.Tbe Haiku
M.-w. n. lleiley '"
in,.- VbKhr A Wilson's Sewing Waletaa I'l.nUli.m.
will be Unit God
aeri j .win.
Porceesors to Dnwsett
THwSO. II. I
Dealers in General Merchandise, impoktee and
M Line. J Incbe...
7 sw t r
M Lines .n tnehea..
S SB 13 tw W
iS Line. -- 4 larbea..
tjaartev of Colanaa
tM as at!
Third of Colamo.
wti is est i twi st
as- - i
w H ss
Tarn. Third Colanaa.
apt we Af At
Owe Col aaaa
Basi news Carda when psaposlaf Aar aaa. pear, ase
are Ssr SSSSS
allowed dlacowat froa. the,
aalvertlserrenl. when .aiil is- sfasasast oartertv.
with the piy when ordered la. or oo aotsve wilt es
theea. The rsles of r
A roe, less adasTtlacB
SB. wwk- rent f wa
sci Iplleaa may be made by baak cheek, eaaia r
WHOLE No. 627.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
C &HTLE A COO
1 arklin. Ml
C S- -
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE,
laoaeahl I al
left my bed and board wlthoal iaat rasn ss a
aay iekts as
uactaa by n.r on mr aocouaL
WILLIAK SOkO-a- v w
Koloa. Angnat 24th. ISTt.
1850, between the United States and Great Britain,
guaranteeing the neutrality of tblt work, provides
tblt friendly Powers shall be Invited to participate
ruRcriT sra. Jasaetal
with onr Government tnd tbat of Great Britain in
its construction, tt the commerce of tbe entire
of Hawa. Hawaiian Istaffita,
world It Interested lo it. The Department of Slats
tat of Jobs Avery taossoaat, Of
TIM Flaw Bark est tine
Is now In correspondence
with virions friendly
Powers preparatory to the negotiations of treaties
to sett wot ass
! neat of John Avery
with them similar lo the
Fot Salr. On aatorrlar. the IBrh dr of January, 177,
at 12 o'clock noon, at Aliiolani Hale, will he sold by poblic
Prorata Coon, and a
auction to the liirhevt bidder tl following, rfa ;
ship canal, by the Nicaragua route, which has been
ti ataaaiataffr a
for he luai)ceor
A lot of Uiid containing two Jj acre, more or lean, borselected, will be abnnt one hundred million dollars
be referred at the OoVe of the
ba.ma been flint by taat Jaaa Mai Mr.
dering on mu Ha front at Walklkt, Oahu, and bounded
and ten years will at leaat be required lo complete
ordered, taat OATTaMAlT See rrsk. eta, a
It H hereby
on or brr Nalnrdav nut at 11 either aide by the lot belonging to Ilia Ex. W. L. M
FEBKI-ARYthe work, hence it must tie under Government con.. sf
A. D. IST7, at l o'rlaett,
of th- - new lionoa and Mr. Henry Glla, Cpeet price, two hundred
f,ir pelnthig tn wood wo
at if court Rcom or eats cswrt. at
trol aa the great outlay of capital required for lis
Title Koyal Patent.
Kohala. In in Mand of llawatt, ar. aad t
construction tnd tbe length of time betore any proAl- -..
m lime end piece, the leaee for eight
tae lime for pror mm a
OR CHARTER, nvvilitRSSajloltBj
for aartAroAar. apply tr
fits can be realised, present too great difficulties In FOR FREIGHT
veer of the land of Kamalumelo. eitoate on Ibe Island of
npnlsrailon when :ind afe-- re
t Pontic Work.
Kanai. th Mid lead llug tndd on one Sid by " K ,
the Way of Us construction by prlvtte enterprise.
H I tVHM AN
1 BittUli ship
li.," aeel aa the other by AnahoAa. and
Snonld foreign Powcre, however, co operate with
more or lea
Cpset price, two
the United States in lbs prosecution ot tbia work,
LEADt. It I
d. Jlin (A;M0i perannnm.
ii imir r
J. MOTT BaflTfl.
ttockhoMert in it to the extent of their onllay of
Mlnieter of the Interior.
BOBBae. eai AwAUway.
Forary loth. 1177. at r: o'clock
And It la further ..rdered, that ettaraa
Interior Omc. Dc
ctpittl, tnd Ibe mtnigemeot of the cantl. when
for nen fit) veers of th' following Oo- ON tons reslater,
aiharrfMnt wttprw to and wilt, mm w Ojt. aaa. af tae
(o rppar tnd
It-- In th dmnct of MUo. Hawaii. e'ljoinMaster.
tbe members of which will represent tbe respecTerm, 1877.
th time appointed,
tive governments having capital Invested In the
listed North Kohala, Hawass. R. f Janoary to. IffT.
tor particulars, apply to
Chief Justice Allen presiding.
V. T. LKXKHAN
C . Uueen street- tg N
Subscribers to the Gazkttf. arc respectfully
J uatira of use treat! ctaatt. ana. Ja
Albtny, January 3. Boss Tweed It utterly broken
Davies and Wilder, assignees of Cbnnir Hoon, vs.
iiiitilieil that volume thirteen
H. Hsckfeld A Co. Action of Assumpsit to recover down at last and ready to make any terms lo Drtng
Pacific Mail Steamship Co's San Francisco,
II A WREBS. 4
IT JC r aaa. aaa.
the value of certain Sliooks and Sugar baga said to his troubles loan end. It may safely be predicted
Civet pnc four buudrM dollar. (ft00j - r annum.
tlic first issue in the new year, and subscrip- Australia and New Zealand line
belong to tbe bankrupt's estate. This cute was t ried thst he will snrrender all the property still wttniii
r Frederick wneh. of WaSaaa.
J WOTT rOCITH.
praarea or an Starr Wetra.
tions are payable in advance, at
his control, and makes clean Breast ol I uc
by a jury wbo after an absencu of one hour returned
Oa readli.a and
Mloanrr or the Interior.
ar aa utiraiit
a verdict for thu plaintiff (oue dissenting), for the ring business lo tome pmdent trustworthy
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
Mini of 1318 23, with iuieiest from the 18lh day of sentative or the prosecution.
Mani. II. L, l)n rant a.
September 1872 until pnid. E. Preston for plainlias
I Ha Kareatr th King to appoint John F
carThose residing; in the city can pay the
tiff, A. S. Hartwell lor the defendant.
I ATT. at IS a. a., at tha Ceatrl
ognlzed Tauagiyo Kentoro, it Consul of Japan at
tweak, aaa . tarrrrsoi ol Kanai. in place of Ills Ex.
pilntil aa the time and
rier, who will procure from the publication
San r rancisco.
Mr. Justice Harris presiding.
Kaou naHai J.
tltlon and any i.hjn oona that Ja taaSwewt Smttum
New York. January 3d Great excitement exist
Co vs. Akau. Action or Tort tried by
office a receipt for the amount paid. Those
JiAia. Palace, January 4. 1877.
- all oartir. Interested therein are hereby
living in the country can remit by order or
ass this day ap
I.. asoebonoa ban
Tad yadaeaal Raman.
dict Inr the plaintiff (one joror dissenting. Dama- - the mail steamer Naevo Cnbano. plying between
Ahatoa, January ilth.. 1STT.
A. 8. Hartwell for the plaint iff, E.
lbs. Island of pine and Balabanoon Ibe toulh shore
of Houottanee ai! i.overnrueiit l,,,,!; cl,eclc.
Will Leave Honolulu for
or Cobs, has been captured in similar fashion to tbe
M. Davidson for the defendaut.
In place or
Land Attest for Ike nenond JadicAal laetr-t.
The Gazette will be sent regrularly by
Montexuma. The tun between these ports Is made
I IT lOt RT, THII
Before Mr. Jnttiee Jadd.
J at. Ka-n- .
and Sydney, N.S.W, way . I RS
THICT. In probate,
in twelve hours, and at last accounta t lie Nuevo
mail to any part of the world, on prepayment
I anas Aaeeaf Kaaaaa .Akaa, I
J. MOTT haf ITH,
Cubauo bad'bern ont five days. She had on board t Cnnnertlnx at Kannavo with Company's stennar for
Oa rradlna and fillet the prilu.
of the annual subscription and iiostage.
Mlolater of the Interior.
Namomi her hntbtud to quiet title to land. Mr. largo number iff political prisoners, who were bring
, POBTCHALatAtRS. and Intermediate
Jamas Wkjbt. ataaaaRtarastr af th I
W. R. Castle apoear for tbe petitioners. Mr. Cu
Otter. Jam. im.
sent from the island of Ploea to work at the recon
H. M. Whitkkv,
cil Brown lor Knne, Pika, and Keakuu iu opposistruction of the Ti'oetlH lo the Central Department
lu- - chare
htniarir with l?T.e, at
Publisher Hawaiian Gazette.
tion. Case partly heard by the Court, when u was
peraooe bat been daly appointed Agent
SSV3.SA and a.k that
New York, January 3d The Commercial Adveragreed
charted from tha trust.
ta rate aiO ana leQeieali to contract fJr labor rn aeeoro-u- r
For PreWthtand Paaaaar. and further Information, applv
a brother of Miss Mary, to whom James
ta ordered that HATTTtDAT. th ITth. Say af
with thwarartSMe of aa Act toaraeod Section
Gordon Bennett was engaged, but wbicb was bn- - to
BCAKY. A. 0. 177, at lo o docAt
Before tbe full Court.
ata-tlkeu off, this afternoon attsaulted Bennett with
of part tat to cotitracti, au- S ef aa Act fa the
him on the head, which so stunned
sTBst JstzwtttsrSw, Wowsl mm tzVattVoVosSwOtf
ur M .hlW ( am. It any tbvy tmrm, way t
assignees of Pedeken iu banco. A. 8. Hartwell fur him that he lell. He recovered himself and wrested
9aThaawafJalyA.il. 171, approead the Rata September
Australia and Hew Zealand Line.
MM MOOM Mt - a
plaintiff, W. C. Jones for defendants. Motion for the club from May when a tattle took place between
a Ii !
eta The arearal aaaaaaaaVRa ware naurd oo the
AN ISDEI'ENDKNT JOURSAL,
Akau. Hawaii. Jajsamry ttb. .it?.
tnrm, Bennett aeanng amy some very Ueavy Olows
new trial. Case argued pro and con and submitted.
THE SPLMOID STEAMSHIP
1 hey were finally separated.
Neither party was
TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
JSw. 1 seal n Kami. Baaa. alanl.
Mr. Justice Jadd at the Third Judicial Court. HaNew York, January 3 Morning. The Herald's
Star 1 W. C Laae, polealia, Oaks.
Catc trgued tnd submitted.
Waahingtcn special says : Tbe temper of both par
Notice of Foreclosure of
and Brown tor tbe exceptions, ti. B. Kaloaukuue ties
is getting better.
Barard and Lunar cmnhatl
oiaiua Lahaina. Maui, in place of D.
-j OTICK M
caliy deny that they would refuse supplies to Hayes
The King vs. S. Keahua. Exceptions
ANT to a pewar ay aaAe naa ratted to a t
II the latter was elected, l.aniar said sucu action
BAac. RS- -ft
Sake. Haaalet. t.,.
ruliug of Mr. Justice Judd at the Third Judicial
A. a. irv
made between K ana, In. (R) of tha aaa port, aaaf
Court, Hawaii. Case argued and submitted. C. revolutionary proceeding.
J. H. PabJo in place- of J. W. Eeoniakanl, re-Dec.
WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1 187.
prnc, r or i lie otnrr part, aad !vrsd us L
FOR SIN FRINCISCO
B. Dole for the exception,
pages art, m and Its. m use ftetpssry OaBse Is II
Moody, on New Year't day, obtained subscrip
Hartwell, Attorney General for the crown.
We arc pleasetl to learn from Mr. S. T. Alexto wcure the payment ar sttm, ka aaa a
J. MOTT SMITH.
to tne amount Ol 01U.UUU Iruru the persona
thereof, with Interest, at the rata, af at
Mlnieter ot Interior.
Naklno vs. W. H. Bailey. Questions reserved friends of tbe late P. P. Bliss, who. with bis wife,
ander, that the work of digjring the ditch for
or any further infoinuUon, month. Th laid steaaaa Saeeaet BM
For Freight ami
at the December term of tbe Second Judicial Cirliwo OBJce. Jar. t. 1S77
pensned in the Ashtabula horror.
Tblt sum will
aald mortgage, and after tba lime IIBAASBS ST loar 1
II. HACKFELI) tft (
the purpose of irrigntinjr the lands of the HaE. Pres- be put tt Interest for the benefit of the two tona uf apply to
Case argued and submitted.
IBS SOtS laiasjajso property to oo
of mrm to tMkr svckiiowlUjrrnent- - for labor
ton for tbe plaintiff, W. R. Castle for the defendoJIIM
these uonorea citizens ot Chicago.
iku and adjacent plantations, is already two
In Honolulu, for a breach of las own
tvre flft cmaxm (AO cUi fur thr
L HI!,- -.
thirds done. Nearly two hundred men have
All lhal rtrulu pan r aim uf h
Uocu-kfrkm U- - Eoxiuh
and fifty ceDU(Hcttk)
Waihee Sugar Plantation vs. Kalapu. Appeal
Queen Victoria wai on the 1st instant, proclaimed
llonoillu. Island of oahu. .nd tiring h oleaaa "a.
Lmpress throughout India with great ceremony.
Koyai Patent No. list aad betas tha auaa HBtayaS a
from Circuit Court Second Judicial Circuit by agreeBy rVar tf titer UMner of tbr Intrkr.
Pllmoku and BAoluls. by WataSsa by oa? AaAad SSSk
months, and it is expected that l.y the first of
Berlin. Dec. 22. Emperor William closed the ses
A. S. Hartwell lor plaintiff, E.
ment of parties.
Auguxt. IKS, and recorded In Liber a. aa BBaas HI aas
Caift. T. Oouck. Inu-noby
Preston for the defendant. Case argued and subMay next the water will lie flowing through it.
n Moaafsta. St.
tsa of the recorda In the Hasdetry no
(jffi"-- . Jtiuar
to foreign affairs he said : The
I. Tofelber with the tenetoauis tsereao, and the
There could not be a mote striking exhibition
negotiations of tbe Powers on the Eastern question,
Mr. Justice Harris presiding.
as far as proeeedod with, justifies the hope that my
0awrniog District School Board.
of the value of enterprise than is presented by
I. M. Peterson vs. Kamaipelckane.
Hated thu IStb .lay of Janoary. laTT.
Appeal from eDorts and tne peaceful intentions vi tbe rowers will
January lsth, Thursday, 4PM
the fact that this ditch, which will not cost
Fmr tkr ptarpoar of mor- - eiTectlrely carryinf out the
tbe Police Justice Houolulu. Action on cha cr becaccoisful in tulving pending questions. Without
Jan uary !d, Monday, 4PM...
Attorney for tt
party. E. Preston for the plaintiff, J. M. Davidprejudice to the good relations existing, Germany
of la r rrtaUOet to Hip Burrao of rubhc lnatrac- - above 50,000, will, it is estimated, cause a
January gtn, Monday, 1PM , .
son for the defendant.
February tti. sionday, 4 P X. Nawlllv.ni and circuit of
Case tried by tbe Co I will continue, by friendly disinterested mediations,
tttn. mmc oa4t r Um aattKM-.- tr caatmmd by Suction 3, of
difference in the crop of the Haiku plantation
aud taken uuder advisement.
to lend her
for the attainment of this
Notice of Foreclosure of
&a Act to tv!oml Ctuptvr 10 of the Civil Code, and to
February 12th, Monday, IPX
now growing, of four hundred tons of sugar,
February lath, Monday, S P M
rarUat th- - Burr a a ot Public Instruction.'' approved
mjOTH'B IN UEJCF.BT UITKM THAT I
22. In considering how the surplus
HOo JW SCANT to s power of sols islahtiSstst
Jtmr. ) IMS:
which is more than sufficient to cancel the enplaintiff, J. M. Davidson for defendent.
March 12th, Monday, IPX
money ol tne ueueva award sliull be appropriated
deed of morutsge ilated tha Alb day of A
a. t. '.a: i
or ortleffrM by Ibe Board of BdocaUon, that
March lath. Monilay, A p M
of the ditch.
D. Baldwin vs. Campbell at Turlon.
Action or tbe Timet says : The American Congrats is perfectly
rn.de btwn Kanmraml. (klof tha aaa
rn User at, aa
W. C. Jones for plaintrespass.
JrtCf rhaaJi divirtct
within its competence. The indemnity was paid for
We have been in the past too slow, too timid,
:s i. s4 and zst. lo the Kegtttrr asses Rt
ihit tat-- rjniai annual eiertionnotfor the tbJrd
tiff. E. Preston for derendant.
Cate tried by Ibe losses which tbe Lnitcd btates as a whole bad sua
core the payment; af ttss la two years. Im Use
have been beld at the
On alt Windward Tripe the .steamer will leave her wharf
Court, and after hearing the evidence and the artoo conservative. We have been to much afraid
Interest ner tb rale uf
at ; all trlpa to Kauai, will leave at 4 r. m. On down thereor, with
by iav. in- uurti memoer 01 me aiwd
guments of couuset, tbe Court took time to not expect any conscience in Congress seotitive
trips tbe Steamer will not leave Kawalhae before 10 a. a., month. Th tald .Stephen sraeai.r wu
of risking a small amount for the sake of gaining
coutider its decision.
by taw. a
said uiortgac. and after the ttroa
AkxaaA Baara. taar eied
at a regular WerUor. ttitTi'ttir. shall
enough to inquire whether the award was too high,
Mukeua saner notice ou up trip. Maalara May not before
tha mortgaged piopeny to b a id by buboa- - aacttaa at
We know that enterprise pays ha
? a. it. Any chaos from the above will be advertJatd- and bare fall authority t act out a n large one.
and that the unappropriated balance might be reHonolulu, for a breach of th ci ndltbaa eaata
We should be sorry to see suob a delioate
aar No Credit Sur Passage JStoAtrjr. tsa
other lands, but we have heretofore
aid deed, .ucfa prcpert, wtna
W. iift. HMITK. See
All that certain pier or parrel of laad
LATE FOREIGN NEWS !
Tickets at tbe orflee only.
to doubt its paying here. It is lime
Oaho, it. L, and beisc toe ststs tootsy s st Is
Aiia.Aair! HaV. Jar. 4tb, 1STT.
26. The Paris correspondent of tbe
(s) by Klamano, It) by deed dated 1Kb day of Jcly.
responsible for unmarked Uoirratfe or any Freight or Par- thnt this fallacy were overthrown. We hope
Times gives a detailed account of tbe occupation
1SSA, and recorded
lu l.ibr IS. oa j.g 112 f lb
ii Rk Majeetv
BBSS unleaa receipted for.
aebeme, derived from authentic sources, showing that
to see the example set by the projectors of the
ui ta nraau-- iwr, in IluOoouu. H
oreroor of Maul. Molokal uii'l LaOAi,
1 aeaL Wk
New York, on Friday last, we have Sail Franhare been made to Turkish
rnnti thereon, and lb appartenaa
Freight Money Dos on Demand.
East Maui irrigating canal, prove contagious,
land containing i arrea.
ne Ha Kx. Jiio M Kapena reakrried.
W An effort wilt be made to have Ihe Steamer reach Said
Dated ihla 1Mb day of Janoary, UTT.
Honolulu oo the evenlns of the same day she leaves Maol
scheme a corn of military will be recruited from vol
laaaal Palao. Her IRA.. 17 A
and incite to many a new undertaking, which
BICat'D F. nil KKKTON.
unteers to neutral States, and will be under orders
S27-SAMI Kr, II. WILDEK. .lir. nl.
Information" has been received that an
Atturaey far tba aM Beraasa Baaa
aud tend to the pros-(Mtit(
OtBce with Wilder at Co.. corner of Fort At queen street!
New York, December 22d. The Evening Mail's of the Governors of the provinces.
They will wear
Apflieatmc bat tnao maiie to thie Departmeot for shall enrich individuals,
of the whole country.
badges, be paid by Turkey or tbe provinoel, and will
Washington special says : an unauthorised but inuf tbe fallowing Gorernmeot Landi :
ney in April next.
The Secretary of the As- fluential Representative Republican interviewed constitute a reinforcement of tbe lurkisb police. It
feared Turkey will resist nearly all tbe proposed
sociation, Mr. Jules Joubert, having addressed a Alexander H. Stephens yesterday with a view to reforms
uf ll'momou. diitriet of Hilo, by William
which tbe Potvers considered the minimum
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
The present uncertainty regarding the Pre
letter to Dr. G. Trousseau, inviting contribuIt is thought Elliott
making a compromise oa the Presidential questions. they are entitled to demand.
Land at Eakala. in Pane, Hawaii, by J. W. sidential succession in the United States is not tions from these islands, the latter gentlethe British ambassaJor, favors resistanoo on tbe
He submitted lo Stephens tba suggestions of Galutha
aeree, for 1 150.
part of Turkey, and his departure from Constantito
Hathe first time tbe same thing has happened in man has laid this invitation before the
nople is considered reassuring ror peace.
A dispatch from Constantinople says tbe Porte hat
its history. As far back as the year 1801, waiian Government in two letters, one white vote in the South and attach it to the more
Baiaaea af Eaaaaooai. C. H. Parker.
to cancel the financial decree of 1875 immeresolved
KIRI.IVU, MASTER- to
and said ha would not advise diately.
Robiaioo, for $1100.
Will have rezutar dispatch for Kauai, aa above, until
Laad at WaioU. Allen
didates for President, received an equal numHis Ex. H. A. P. Carter, the South to give a friendly acceptance to Hayes in
London, Dee. 27. The Pall Mall Gazette says :
Freight and Passengers taken at the
ber of electoral votes.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, has addressed the auguration, but he does advise them to submit to the Telegrams on the Eastern question are misleading LOWE.TT RATES.09
There was consedispatch
and warns the readers not
Laad of Kaaaela, W. M Gibaon.
UOLLES t CO., Agent..
quently no choice for the people, and the President of the Chamber of Commerce on the decision of the Electoral College.
about tbe British Ambassador's return, tbe Marquit
P. 9 This vessel has lost been thoroughly repaired
of that body,
Houso of Eepie- - subject, inviting the
DecemUr 23d. Tbe Seoretary cf of Salisbury's ultimatum, and the departure of the
and pat in In perfect order.
Lai at Pawaa. Waifciki oka, A. Jaeger, S100.
fleet from Turkish waters, etc. It says
scntativi'8 as the Constitution requires. Here and enclosing portions of Dr. Trousseau's letter. the Treasury has published a circular for the in- English
IwRw at Kalaokahaa Plain, H. M. the Kinc, Kos.
Besika bay is no place for targe ships at this season,
$, U S7R. 171 to 17", 34!, SAS, for $1000.
struction of Collectors of Customs and or persona enand tbe Marquis of Salisbury's business with tbe BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE ! EOTTOI,
the voting is done by States, a majority of the These we insert below.
v. K t aaue. lata Koi. IZi, 116, 127. ICC. 167, 16S.
between the United States and Sultan yesterday was not to present tha proposals of
representatives of each State deciding its vote.
The Chamber of Commerce, at its meeting
S. B. Dele. lot. Nor. SH, US, 367, for $500.
the Conference as an ultimatum.
Tbe talk of tbe
the Hawaiian Islands under tbe Hawaiian treaty. armament of Russia and England goes too far if it is
T. K. Faatar.lot No Ml.
The electiou proceedings in the House occuon Wednesday last, appointed a committee of
favorable ArranganiantA cau always b
164, 16:, $100 each.
Joset, loU Ko. 12S,
Neither the Treasury Department nor the Departheld to signify that England will impose Russian
Oil. Bone, Wool, ill,). nd
pied an entire week, during which there were three, Messrs. W. L. Green, P. C. Jones, and
For the sake of peace wa
demands oa he Porte.
drier Merchaodlie to .lew tledrord, Uottnu, New Tort sad
ment of State have received any copy of the regulasrIr ill hi it trade at thii oSoe fur tbe leatei of thirty-siew as)
itber Kaetern Ports. AsT Cash Advance- - made.
ballotings. On the last, Thomas J. C. Glade, to take the matter in hand and tions made by the Hawaiian Government under the may wish to Eee their proposals accepted ; if reBios Striped Das tots. Vslvat Carpets A
'93-lC. BKKWBR A CO.
we will not quarrel with the Porte, but watch
Ha a an.
Jefferson received a majority of four, and was make such arrangements as they may deem treaty. It is therefore suggested that exporters to fused
Harnett Pilot Clothing, Towels. " sal It
tbo outcome of refusal with a steady view for the
Paaioa Sbeetj Ranch Co.
declared elected, nnd Aaron Burr was chosen
Whits Moleskins, Skirts, Orsasdrsss.
necessary. The Committee has already adthe Hawaiian Islands should ascertain what formaliprotection of our own interests in the world.
,,n4t of Ookata Ahualoa, Makahinpa. Pnunabela,
ties prescribed by tbe Hawaiian Government, if any,
' "j", Fkakaa a. araabaaha. let and 2nd, far 10 yen, $300
bearvss snd Ties. Silk I tsaraUaa.
As may well be imagined dressed letters to various planters and agri
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO I
London, January 1. The Daily Telegraph', special from Pera, dated Sunday, Bays: The Turkish
Crimean, Oxford sad Ragalta Starts.
the popular excitement was most intense, ren
culturists, inviting them to contribute such mutt be complied with in order to obtain the benefits counter-propositioC. Brewer A Co. Agents.
were tent to the PlenipotenT. H. Iiarie. Landr of Paapauloa, Itt and 2nd ;
an i i
FIsSBtlf, Twetdi, Poathos,
of the treaty.
Merchandise received Storoste Pros and
Ka.banha let and 2nd: Kthilaai lit and 2nd, for
articles as they may be able to get ready for
December 26th. The President has tem of administrations very like tbat proposed by
Burr, who had he become president might the exhibition, and it is to be hoped that the
C. BftKWER a CO.
sent to tba Senate the correspondence between tbe the Powers but ignore questions of a Gendarmerie
Parser, laad Ijinr between Kaobc arid have
proclaimed himself dictator.
Committee will be prepared to make a display United States and Great Britain on the subject of and International Committee, and positively refuse
Kalopa, $lfa par annam.
Swiss Molls, Priolsd Lswa,
the year 825, there was no choice which will be creditable to our group.
Wslsrproof Clothioc. Visions Lawss.
extradition. Some of it has been published heretothe financial proposala and suggest no gusrantees.
of President by the people, and after the exsnc curopean riempoicniiarics ueia an inforBook MnsliBi, Laos Curtains.
Tbe treaty has been restored to vitality by
CI. A ms All t INST
Detaktvent of Foreign Affairs.
ttSBRB of AtASSOO Manuel, lata if Honolulu, de
mal meeting Sunday, to consider tbe counter proauf J Markle. land . f W.ianu.
Houolulu, January 6tb, 1877.
amination by the Senate of the electoral votes
the act of Great Britain receding from its former posals. Tbe Russian, German, Austrian and French
W. Face, laad of Watalua, Kolaa, Maui.
To the Hon. 8. N. Oastioi President of the Hono1
of Alex. J. cartwright Esq.. Qoeen street, Honolulu,
cast, it was decided that the election devolved
position, and tbe surrender of Brent, the forger. delegates declared they could not act with the office
lulu Chamber of Commerce.
within sir months of the date ( tbe rtrnt publication of thla
Porte, and seemed inclined to cnt short the disis
or they wUl be forever barred, and all parsone innotice
A Fonaader, laad of Ohu
jean, $2 per
cussion. After Lord Salisbury tttted bit vlewt
debted to the aald .slate are requested to pay the amounts
cations from Dr. U. Trousseau regarding au Inter confidential at present.
Twins, Leather Belting, Pslal. Oilt. Pi pas.
Bl a at
tbey became calmer. General Ignatieff, however,
the first ballot, John Quincy Adama was Colonial Exhibition to be opened iu April at Sydwing t me at mm urnce.
ra. ror pwrcnaae or laaee ot tiorernment
- Dated thla luth
December 26th. The Centennial of the read to tbe representatives a telegram Iron Prince
N. S. W.
ta thu oftoe Riaet epecifv tba area as
Ai.f MANX'Et, PAIKO,
1 enclose copies of the parts or Dr. Trousseau's
by a sham Gortschakoff directing him not to listen to any
battle of Trenton was celebrated
Executor of the estate of ld Antone Manuel il liaaaail
ta etna, Mar a known, the intended pnrpoae and price or was chosen by the people as
counter proposals whatever. It was finally arrangcommunications which relate to the Exhibition.
Wirs Rope, Corrugated Hoofing,
were again defeated, and comHessians
It seemed to me that at no place could our pro-dufiloo Mottled Soap, Galvanised sad TVs wars.
Tae foliowinc application! are on file in this office. and declared legally elected without the
pelled to surrender. The dead were carried into tba nal propositions again Monday.
be exhibited with better chance ol attracting
For appnalroaata for Road Saperriaor of tbe dii- The correspondent adda: Should the Turks perof tbe House.
Fencing Wire. Hoop Iroa. Hellowers.
attention aud leading to good results than at SydNotice.
neighboring saloons and restored to eonteiouscess.
sist in their refusals, I understand all tbe AmHana. Maui. I v K Helekunihi.
ney, where many adventurous young men, who are
UMDEMIttXED IIAVIXfs THIS DAY
Cutlery. Bar Irsa,
bassadors will quit Constantinople and leave their
Again, in 1837, Martin Van Buren was seckiog for places and opportunities to settle, are
appointed Admlnl'trainr oro tem. of the Katate
For appoiaiaent aa Notar.r Pablic at Makawao,
Las A Perrio'i Ssoeo,
of Ihe late Predertck Welch, of Wailoku, deceased, by l ha
in charge of tbe Charge d' Affaires.
be C. B. Diokee.
tare to be gathered together, but upon examiuing ing that there is some truth in stories of attempting legations
r- Hon. A. Pornander, Circuit J ads. Maul. Tab At to give
Another dispatch from Pera to the Daily TelFor aaaeiatateat aa Agant to take Acknowledge-At- e
the prospectuses I taw no intimation thst exhlbitt
nolle tbat all nullum harm claim, against raid estate,
chosen by the people ; whereupon from foreign countries would be welcome, and at to compromise the Presidential question by divisions egraph states tbat at Saturday's seltinir of tbe
af labor eoalraeU for South Kohala, S. F.
are requested to pres nt the name to the undVrsigned withthe
in tlx Riontlia uf tbe date of the first publication of this
the Representatives, voting by States, chose no official notUcation had reached this Department
I did not feel that His Majesty's Government could
tendency in the public mind to accept some such bis instructions justified bis saying Russia has abnotice, or they will be forever barred, and all Draons In of Hit Ex. tba Mtaiater of Interior,
solutely reached tbe limit of concession.
Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky, for that officially invite exhibits to be made under its dito said eatatn are requested to pay the amount
C. T. Gclicc, Chief Clerk,
London, January 1st. The Daily Neve publishes
owing without delay, to
office. Thus it will be seen that the election
by dickera sensational dispatch from Constantinople reprenr. .in w. OAniKll,
to ensue from such exhibits I wrote Dr. Trousseau, get together and dispose of the Presidency
baariar OBse. Janaarj . 1877.
Administrator oro tem. of th pAtit or add P.sAerlcr.
of both President and
Let this senting tbat tbe proceedings in the Conlerence
has been that if we could be assured tbat such would be ing, we are only one step from anarchy.
Saturday, were stormy, aud asserting that the
welcomed by tbe authorities in charge of the exhiWSRSXtaS, Dec. 2ltt. 187S. S2S-lscheme succeed once, and it is morally certain that
IN77 thrown into the House of Representatives,
European Plenipotentiaries will refuse to discuss
bition, I wonld lay the matter before the Chtmber
at every subsequent election the defeated party will any project but the propottlt of tbe Confereucc,
where it has been settled satisfactorily and of Commerce and would personally
and if tbe Porta refutet lo discuss these proposals,
acquiesced in by all parties.
a European ultimatum will follow.
tributions of produce for exhibition.
position to make terms with tbe victors.
In confirmation or tbe foregoing a Renter disT 111 lata. EkarBl.. Boaololu.
tnniTIOVH, ALTER ATIOVS, Heoneity'j, M oxtail's aad Robin's Brasdy, fat
We need men of enterprise and tome meant to
Another point to which we wish to call the
repairs, will find It to their Interest to consult
Dackaoo. Fort M Hooolulo.
patch, dated Pera, Monday, aaya : To-d- ay
take up the Itnds of Hamakua, Kau, Kona and
with the undr.ignd. who will tunulr diznL cnmhlnlna
ork Oump v, ; wh Market.
sad eases ;
was very grave. If tbe
attention of our readers is the fact that a manor
others, and raise coffee, suitar and wool. Tbe ad
Convenience and Kconomy, with suitable Architectural
Tins Sherry, ia quarter ssskt saal sasss.
Krnbelllahment, and gnarranteed
.4 AAeA Andre. KtaC 8A.
jority of tbe popular votes is not necessary to vantages offered by Mr. Hutchinson at Kau and the Republicans ean honorably agree to any such com- day.
H Norton, lfiaaikea St
a. UAILETi International HotoL
Geneva, Whiskey, Bsea. Hoak. MoeafJa, II. I f. Aa
Hawaiian Agricultural Company at Kapapuli, and
Copenhagen, January 3d. Tbe first railway acciSkilled workmen lo ail departments aant to anv nart of
elect a President, aa the following instances at Princevilie, Kauai are very great, and 1 think only promise. The votes of the States have been oast.
fat. Kaaaaa at
loss of life occurred to the Islands.
aS Ak Baaa at Akaaa. Eaalaea. EooiautKiko.
want setting forth with an attractive exhibit of what It only remains to count them in strict accordance dent in Denmark, involving
IsUs Pak Alt
will show: Mr. Adams, in 1824, had a miSt" I Pater at MalkaL Maunakea St,
A train containing one huncan be raised and statements of tbe profits of such with law. Whatever the result, people will cheer- day near Horseno.
Teca 4 Ah Cooot. Kiuc M
Nine persons were
Edmund's Pig Braad Partsr.
nority of the popular vote, so also did Van industries to induce the immi.ralion of some such
aa raiis. mum
estates directly fully accept it. Tbe efforts of politicians bow should killed and thirty severely injured.
Skal A Co, I
Buren in 1836, Polk in 1844, Taylor in 1848, men to the advantage not only of atthelarge.
Bouchet's HapoUon Cabinet CluaTwjrM,
Paris, January 3d Prince OrlofT, the Russian
interested but of the comniunitr
be directed only to tha work f ascertaining exactly Ambassador, bad an interview with Jules Simon
you will observe
Lalaode's Bad Bar Claret, DaavUIo's Whisky.
what tbe provisions of
The Eastern question is considered very
.t Moa caaink at ACaaaa.
Beat J TAT RECEIVE!)
he says of tbe assurances he bos that such exTHE INDESUICIJIEO
these filled tbe office of President, though they what
Mall from the celebrated
Board's Wines sad Oastfts,
hibits will be welcome, and if the Chamber deem it pliance with thair every detail. It wonld be a great grave, and a Cabinet Council baa been summoned.
Tbe Daily News' special from Constantinople
E Mclntrr A Bro Corner Klnf and Fort Sta.
received less than a majority of the popular best to invite exhibits and arrange for their transoutrage and disgrace if the frauds of two or three says somebody it encouraging tbe Turks to resist
Glatgow Iron Work of
mission, His Majesty's Government will
votes cast. So in the election of last Novemaa m
Returning Boards ehouU impose upon the nation a Some believe Austria ia dolog ao secretly.
ao far aa they properly can.
A Vienna dispatched states tbat Ifrnatieff voted
I trust tt least tbat some of our pablic spirited
chief Executive who was not elected. It wonld be a
Mr. Tilden received about 250,000 maber,
Miriees, Tail, ami Watson,
and property holders will avail themselves greater outrage, a greater disgrace, a greater danger for the prolongation of the armistice oa tbe underjority, out of the 8,500.000 votes cast by the planters
standing tbat It should tpply only to Servis snd
of this opportunity to bring into nonce tbe advanpsrAJcnlara of tbo coat of
snd thst no hostilities carried oo
people, and yet fails to secure a majority in tages they can offer immiicranta.
to aak you Sir, to bring this matter before tbe Praetonian Guard used to pat ap the Roman where should be considered io violatioo of tbe
tbe electoral college, as did Breckenridge in tbe have
--F A r biafln at Oo. Marnbant St.
Chamber ol commerce lor their consideration.
The same occurred when Buchannan Accompanying this please receive a package of
2nd inst. elected
-- Orni trill. Bile. Hawaii.
was elected in 1856. He went in, though
I bare tbe honor to remain
to Congress from the Seventh New York District,
Tour obedient Servant
having received 377,000 less than his rival
Of seventeen different rspsi Its iiiiisIrr)
to III tha vacancy canted by the resignation of Smith
Uasata. Eaaaat Akaa. Hawaii
Hkhbt A. P. Cartir
ii pta una. KihaA
J. C. Fremont, Tet in the electoral colEly, Jr. Bis majority over Goetl, Republican was
loAO lbs. Attayaur la to Hears at a Coat ar A370.
U Sf I Maale. WaDakn. Maul.
Extract iff Utter from Dr. Tnmatau to W. L. Gran.
lege, all these Presidents, except Adams,
Vac a am Pan Plant
to a Flrst-els- aa
December 5th, 1&7S.
Secretary Robeson hat assured the Secretary of A. elected for the ensuing year st too annual meeting
received a majority of the electoral votes. He His Excei.lf.nct W. L. G&XXN.
laasaaT Joax LaAtaa Eooa. Oaar.
of the Haiku Sugar Company, beld January 11, 1877 ;
will cordially coLAPAAl
of tiffs la 1
chosen by the Representatives, as stated
Doab Sir: I beg
enclose tome pampblett
1. afott Smith
Eaaaila Batawa, Bwa.
concerning an Internatiootl Exhibition lu Sydney. operate with the War Department in the daily si onlta
a -- aw JaaAaaat.
Some friends of mine, members of the AgricultuSecretary.
J. P. Cooke
observation! now being made
ral Society of N. 8 W. would very much like loaee
A t'osmit al Work.
Hawaii represented at their exhibition, and promise
aaV Waaaaaaaa, Waakaae, Eaa
I. P. COOKE,
Tba Christian ministers
Tbo tSvaaTBtfAted are prepared
By the last mail comes the important insuch machinery, and to arrange for freight on
and sales if desired, effected at moat favorable terms.
to meet on January 3th in the First CongreI Baain Kakm. Ka 1 Hiaitnla.
shipped by a
ew Inn Clipper Ahlp a
any chance to see tbe Hawaiian GovernIs
telligence that the Board of Army Engineers ment take any interest in the matter, and call for gational Church, to take steps for the inauguration of a
in me uyua as law tons ouruen, to
I thought 1 had 100 days' Evangelittic campaign, which, if resolved
to which was submitted the task of ascertaintbe
Ulaasraar mm ar a boat the 13th at
better write to yoo on tbe subject to that a reFebruary Mem t.
opoo, will data with the week of prayer, sad may be
ing the most feasible route for a ship canal spectable
X. B Orders for all kinds ot Machinery and othar
indfinitely eontinoed if Moody and Saaky arrive
across the Isthmus of Darien, has made a efforts ondcr your personal patronage perhaps.
European merchandise to be shipped by tha above vessel
If yoo do not consider worth yoor while to have while it is progress.
Steamer KILATJEA! should
be tent to tba undrraArned daring Ibe month of
full and satisfactory report. It favors the anything
sent, please be kind enongh to let me know
September or not iater tbaa October lota, aar Bats of TUX CNDSAaiOMKD
or outrages upon American citizens on
asoJ sad FUB
Nicaragua route, and estimates the cost of the at once and I will try to gather some Hawaiian profreight sfrsBtsd Br.
HALE LOW, to close tat
the Mexican border of tha Rio Grande by Bevclotioo-oist"I-- "
duce or curiosities for the Sydney Exhibition.
?Zp BDTa. Laaeaae'laaiu.
T. LE.WF.HA5I at (a.
canal at about 9100,000,000, which, consider
is occupying the attention of tha Uoitad Stales L.
ing the immense importance of the undertak
Government, ood orders will soon be issoed to the
December Mth, 187C.
ing, and its undoubted benefits to the comfrom Hortsrkosc.
Hia Excxixknct B. A. P. Casts, Minister of army sad naval forest to protect them.
Foreicn Affairs :
merce of the world, is a mere bagatelle. It is
Washington, Dec. 21. A Commission baa been
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
Dear Sir : I am not only aotborlted by my appointed by the President to examine tbe virions
thought further that the work will occupy frieuds
but strongly urged to be tbe meant of tendUnder the
of R. VOS OEHLHAFFEJI.
ing some exhibits to the Sydney Exhibition, tnd I surveys and report upon the moat feasible route for TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
ship canal across tbe Ittamot of
certain tbat not only will tbe goodt be ttkeo care so
KIOWS TO Tata.
The United States government lias already am
kept oo band, sod served lo sorpaasASK
of to the advantage of exbibitort bnt tbat if there it Darien. There It reason to believe tbat work on
Past, arrest the present, and stereotvo the
Sathai Icuatleff nd
Attoteed to atthrfy the epicure In his wtlost dreams. Wed- Tbe reports ai
will bare to be addressed aa tblt great Improvement, tbe connecting of tbe
DUE ON DEMAND aaofs, laaasts, and an other private
If tbe propriety of making this an international
l OooataoUnople lmmedtatelr
sad public Ordsn
lantic and Pacific, will be commenced within two
well at goods to Mr. Jules Joubert (a countryman
will be executed in my nana! elevated style.
toe proposals of the Powers. Mili
OFFICE WTTH WILDER A Co.
N. S. W. Agricultural
f. T. LRNRFt A S A Cta.
The stamps required by the prorlticm of " An
Act relating to stamp dulie-- "
27th, 1876, emu be had upon spplication st the
J. 0. Carter,
Dec. 22, 1976. (624)
Registrar Poblic Accounts.
All the facts and figures will soon
be made public in a message from the President to Congress.
The canal will start on this side from the
small village of San Juan del Sur, which lies
at the head of a beautiful but open bay.
will probably be found necessary to construct
at this point moles or breakwaters for the purpose of affording a safe and convenient harbor
for shipping, as the bay is now exposed to tbe
full force of the sea when the wind blows
From 8an Juan del
from certain directions.
Sur to Lake Nicarugna, at Virgin Bay, is a
distance of thirteen miles. The rise from the
ocean to the lake is gradual, the latter lying
at a height of 128 feet above the Pacific, and
there is nothing to prevent the canal from
being cut in a nearly direct line. The lake is
deep enough to permit the navigation of the
largest ships, being generally from five to
fifteen fathoms in depth.
It is about ninety
miles in length by forty in width. The canal
on tbe other side will follow the course of the
San Juan river, throngli which the surplus
waters of the lake are now drained. It starts
near the southeastern point of the lake, and
running a nearly easterly course empties into
the Caribbean Sea at Qreytown. This river is
braatl but shallow, and at present is navigable
for nothing larger than the
which, a few yeare since, were
used in the transit of passengers traveling beIt will
tween New York and San Francisco.
be necessary to deepen it for nearly the whole
cf its length, avoiding the rapids ofCastillio
by a cut across the bend made by the river at
that place. At Oreytown there is at present
no anchorage for ships, except in the open
roadstead, and there will undoubtedly be constructed at that place an artificial harbor.
A ship canal by this route has long been in
coutemplation, and as long ago as the year
1849, a contract for the performance of the
undertaking was entered into by the Nicara-gua- n
government and the Atlantic and Pacific
Ship Canal Company of New York, but owing
to the interference of the British government
the work was indefinitely postponed.
estimated at that time that it would cost about
920,000,000, And that the time required for its
completion would lie twelve years.
There is hardly a civilized nation on the
face of the earth that will not feet the benefits
of " this correction of geography in tlie interest
of commerce." It will briug the East and the
West commercially nearer to one another by
thousands of miles, and will thus facilitate
the interchange of the products of the opposite sides of the world, and will, no doubt,
exert an immense influence in extending and
augmenting trade in this ocean.
That Hawaii will be benefitted by the accomplishment of this work there cannot be a
shadow of a doubt.
It will open for her
; it will lessen the cost of importing,
and it will place her more directly than before
on the routes of international trade.
Society, Sydney. Alio instructions at to diipoaal of
I think that it ia In oar interest as you aay to have
some of oar prodacts exhibited.
I shall send from Kona some of my wool and calabashes of natirs wood Koa made by li. Weeks
a half white. I know that tbe prospectus doea not
speak of foreign exhibits, bat my friend Mr. Joubert
who has til to do with that exhibition Is perfectly
reliable and aslu strongly for exhibits.
I will be thankful if yon bring the matter before
tbe (Jbasiber ot Commerce. I thluk exhibits ought
to leave by tbe February steamer. Mine will be m
time as toon at I kuow where lo scud Ibeto.
one I am willing to pay my share of expense. 1
think we ought to send
Sugar, beet; Molasses, best; Leather; Polo;
Wool; Hawaiian Woods; Calabashes; Pit, (arrowroot); Coffee, dee, dec. ; to be bold to best advantage: and perhaps some Hawaiian curiosities to be
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
about the 6th of Feb.
CITY OF SYDNEY!
about Jan. 30th.
rr ix ia
SADDLES AND BRIDLES
JAMS AND JELLIES
powell oummrs steam coai!
SAM'L G. WILDER.
Sailing Days as per Schedule
The Hawaiian Hotel
200,000 China Bricks.
tbe Star, a present from kind friends in Honolulu, aboot 35 miles, and, in the narrowest place, 750
Terrible Railway DiBaater.
presented him with a beautiful American flag, yards wide. It was here that Xenes boilt his bridge A Bridge (lives Way taied PrvsrlBttatra Use
; and also where Byron swan across in 1810.
the American Consnl'a wife, In Ho was
lata a Craesk (Jrec Hare red Passengers Killed
an hoar and five minutes in performing the
BOTOLn.; MKANTIVr- By C. ft. BARTOW.
Honolulu, (wblch Mr. Taylor sainted with thirteen
Sixty SerfOBSIjr Infarct.
taat, and owing to the rapidity of the current, bo
pane) and we sailed on tbe 8th for batarttari. Lai calculated that tbe distance swam was over four
8 V, Long. 172 45' F.. and arrived tbe next day.
Cleveland, December 29. An accident occurred
miles. This strait is comm anded by two strong castles
Landed Mr. Kanoa and wife, and tbe supplies, and on each side called (' Dardanelles," and this name at Ashtabula, Ohio on tbe Lake Shore Railroad,
REGULAR CASH SALE !
sat nS lE
which aeveu coaches and all tbe baggage and
is often applied to the strait at tbe entrance of the
passage, and arrived off tbe Station on tbe 17tb, Lai.
is 2 miles and a express cars were tmrned, and about one ont of
ttbtk acv wBweB A XT' tqCTTIKfl.
4" S8' K, Long. 188 45 6'. Waa surprised to find Hellespont where the distance across
every five persons killed.
18th. Off FRIDAY, JANUARY lini-- v
lo this city Jao. ml. i the wife of Mr Henry I en., a
quarter, and where are 2 castles opposite eaeh other.
Mr. Snow here, for we beard he had gone to Strong's
The scene of tbe accident la a few rods east ol
A. at., at tstlrwrSBEB.
depot. An iron bride spans Ashtabula Creek,
At M VeStM A. M.. will be sold.
In eaoh of these castles 75 feet above the water. On botb sides are high
Soow, and tbe other missionaries were in tbelr are the other two eastles.
usual health. We lay off and on here till next day, are seven great guns which fire granite balls. Tbey banks of snow, wbicb has been failiug almost
and at 11 A. m. the wind favoring, we entered the are ol brass, 22 feet long, and with a bore of 28 inches constantly for tbe past forty-eig- ht
hours, and now
this iit. Jo v.U. bT tlie
On the 2S1 we Bailed for Jalult. but on in diameter. As these guns are a little elevated the a driving storm Is raging, making it very difficult
- C Ila.aniaim
Mr ( h
to get uews from tbe wrecked aud burning train.
NAM EI. T
Dry Goods, Fancy froisja, Jeaeliy and tJwttary,
guns are not mounted, but lie on tbe paved Conductor Hewn left Erie for Cleveland ao hour
got off without damage, and arrived at Jalult tbe
Boteher's Kalves, Largs Casta Kaivse,
Fins Printi. Muslins, Linen Drill),
floor, with their breech against a wall.
5" 54' N., Long. 109' 45' 6 .
rj.r SAXtLamr u..
Found tbe missionary well, and his work In a be pointed, and tbe gunner must wait till the vessel
Very few particulars can be learued at
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
mk aoo ban ikfarr fydeey. atMir. OtlLLIN" At WrtaiBtli. J... Dor 41b. mt, Mr Janira Srospernus condition. We lay here live days, while he intends to fire at come in range. It takes half this hour.
Victoria Lawns. Bilk Handkerchiefs,
did lila work. Jalult Is tbr Metropolis an hour to load one of these guns.
It seems the failiug train and bridge smashed
The sea of MarDrcoaH raided In Mnnoicio for a of Micronesia. Tbe firm of A. Capelle At Co. ia
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Bedsteadi, Tsbles, Setts, W ukaawsts
.otot berk Case- - I OUto.
mora is about 180 miles in length, and 60 in greatest tbe ice iu Ibe creek, and those not killed by Ibe
nnmtier of yar. bavifur arrived here In tba " rtparticoa.' lo
established here, and tbey bave made It a central width. On the northeastern shore of this sea, where full or burned fn the care were held down by the
Harvard Shirts, Faney Flannel Overshirts.
I KM, aad w
raocb eeteeoaed by all who koew hla.
Let sf Pietnras,
ate. Ir as Twc--' Bi
; bave built a fine store, one hundred leet long
the Bosporus or strait of Constantinople enters it, ir wreck and drowned before tbey could be extricae
tbla city, on tbe lath of Juoary.
at aaa. ateease arsse aeStsarBssaL Btsa assarted carp, to T.
Cigars, Pipes, eta., aba.
fS.OOO) and keep lor sale
the eity. It was across tbil strait that Darius
WiMiam. lofaot ooo of Oapt 3 R Spencer. aed muothi
C. . BARTOW. Aa
nearly everything one would call tor, at reasonable
Chicago, December 31. The Tribune'a special
abo 16 daya.
laid a bridge of boats on hit march against tbe
bVoWb V. Alasy sac D. C
1l Tbey bave four Teasels belonging to tbe Scythians, about twenty years before his son Xerxes from Ashtabula says: The proportions oftbe Ashprices.
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
firm (one of them a 200 too brig) tbat go about bridged tbe Dardanelles The length of the bridge
Daybt Baa riBOl bn oo 111 oi lay ma: aukE rEErtaiETT. IKLAJtO
I WW. t.I.
is tabula horror are uow approximately known.
among the Islands gathering copra trom tbe natives,
III, a sr.. Joekev Ctoh. andotberl
Ur tfcr aaaet Bart wean.
Blankets, While Shirts. Amoskoag Denims,
said to bave been 1100 yards. The length of the light, which gave au opportunity to enumerate Ilia
LaSabrtty, Taaet Water.
rraaoam. all !crtrloo
Amoskesg Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Water. Florida Water, mm m mmm
for Ns- - Europe. Tbey bave good and comfortable dwelling strait between the sea of Marmora and the Black passeugers ou the train are lost. Of the one hun-Stumor Eilauoa loaves
tOBBt BOO BSetew
(llvcerlne for tbe Heir, iilvcwtlna. Uoaa
honaes, a blacksmith and carpenter's shop, and a Sea is aboot 14 miles.
sixty passengers whom tbe conductor
aod oa Mandav oezt for Uilo.
V olet and ttlce Powder. AanaaebtBVe mt
where English is
teSar . ibJa Hr Bi
church; also a school-hou- se
reports aa having beeu ou board, bat filty-nl- ue
Merino aod Cotton Undershirts,
tbe Teeth. ate. at. gtraad. Its. Reveal sttraet, BBS ta
article entitled " Sauntering about Constantinople,"
leltirl ewraler wee Maura) by
be accounted for.
Then: wIM be a tseeliiii; of tbe Tounp
Comblll. London, toed by an rerrumera aod (
A Oa . bbIii Bate of Jan let.
Tbe natives here arc nearly all clothed, and quite in tbe December number of Seribner.
Tbe iron bridge structure was a tingle span of
IU M" ' Hi trade Bait an beralrtrvc r
Mm' CbriilUn AaaocbUioo on Friday ereolng, at Industrious
Tbey love Mr. Kapall. tbe Pastor of
Men's Socks, Bridlss sad Bits.
159 feel, crossed by a double truck, aud waa 70
b. aaaerle .aT easer at I
feel above the water. The descent. Into Ibe valley
Etc., Etc., Eto.
LHTTJ2E FB0M JAPAN.
.km Ti.vlII Ika added to
easy to get iuto, a hue, pleasant and smooth place to
on either side is precipitous, aud aa tbe bill slopes
An inteneotinr atalemcnl about ao(ar and
easaeie awe ok aaa OB Bead Jao
lsy near tbe shore, in 12 lathoma water.
II Wl. Sat tbat Bi
rice lo San Franctaco will be found under tbe bead all times of tide, and can go to sea by three good
iu reaching tbe wreck after tbe die-as-ter
Marias Ineeranee Company. (UBaSaaT, baa re;i
Data Gasette. Some weeks sinee I told you Utile difficulty
laavinr. aa Bl
poor chilli 1
paesngea, with tbe wind from any point of tbe
Commercial. Tboe engaged in tbe cultivation
Tbe bridge bad been received loetroctloee lo reatasoe tave rasas af lwwereBee
Teaat Powder. Sardines. Wrapping Paper,
tbat port Mid
la lbs PacBac. aaatla BBBBra-par- ed
about grand old Kiyoto, tbe capital of Japan, it is garded aa one of the very best or tbe kind in tbe
BOBoraac Bar---betaaee Roaolola eaal
of thcae ataplca will find aomi' valuable auKKeaticma.
to itaue Policial at the hnreet retee. wttk aBBBtat
We aailed from tbla place on tbe 29tli nf August, said, for 1000 years. I will now refer to its templet. country. It bad beeu leated with six locomotives
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pint, Hami,
la addita., - tbla. tbe
for Mille, and in the evening of tbe 1st of September
and trains frequently crossed ou both tracks siHarkp Marv B. Koberu and Quickatep were
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
tooa - - bbbb liliaB boo pilml ab.Ail asa m.lUua
aa. aa bbb
anchored in its large Lagoon, off the Station. Lat. They are said to be great, and small, 3000 in number. multaneously witboul causing more than a alight
A(ent Brit tar. Mar. taa. Oa.. Uaattaaf.
abbbb iBBK 1T1 Ti ' BBBool rocdood frooa Hawaii to leaee San Franciaco
Januaty for this pjrt. G' 8' N.. Long. ltP 40 6', there we landed JeremiCigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
One writer says 0000 in tbe eity and its vicinity. deflection ol tbe structure.
ah and wile ol Ebon to take tbe place of Ibe late But if so, tbe great mass of them are merely little
Tbe flrat named may bave left by tbe 13ib, and
Salt. Pea Nut Oil,
The disaster occurred shortly before eight o'clock.
Kra Tark aad otbar Atlantic
li, ty - ,
Mr. Kahelemauna, who died soon after tbe Slar left
was the wildest Winter nlgbt ol tbe year. Tbe
will be due bere during tbe lafct weekoftbia montb.
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Shinto shrines, where, however, prayers are said and It
last year. We found tbe good work bad been protrain was moving at a speed of less than ten
gressing, and the people were very loth U part with alms given. Ignorant as tbe devotees are, tbey teem miles an hour. Tbe bead-luthrew but a abort,
or three daya there
The Koiia. For ibe laal
Mrs. Rahclemanna, whom we took on board on to know
tbat these should go together.
ii..ul nf ealn
That there dim Hash of light In front, bo thick waa Ibe air
nDIMISaatJ. roBJf EJaXT WW
tbe 4th and left for Arno ; nex' dav we were at tbla
Kekatrt, base tt Inform cttMsaa sf HiaeMP oa--l
Ialand. Lav off and on while Mr. Whitney did bla are here many large and costly temples is unqueseaal ana has worked around to tbe south, which
m ay n IO will Btalor- bridge. Tbe leading engine bad reached the solid
the public generally, tbat he has takea fas afar at Fe
ai iiui bwat abi
Itflt .1 tbe wcatber-wi- ae
baaa van diBllooi
And Mr. Davis, who has spent a mouth grouod beyond, and (Is driver bad just given it
treat opposite Odd Patbnva Hall, iJbtaaaalJ aaaBBteas by
aay indicate? a
ajo W oaraa B. aaaeBUaa Oa ICTa. all Da are mar in eant- Taos. TUriatt,) wbere ba Wall flea soecbal attcntbaa to lie
Took on board the people's contributions, and this summer Ave
wben something in the under-gearinIbe
manuracturtnE and repalrUix of all kbtaaof Jewelry.
sailed eamc evening for Majero, Lat. 7" 15' N . Long
bridge snapped. For an Instant there was a conParticular attention liven ts Khali aaaj Kekat Woe.
noble mountain, says, that in a space of one and a
171 E. Arrived at this station tbe 6tb, found tbe
Star Will xnarante aalatbilbni ia All aba wort. S3B Fast Time We notice tbat tbe trip of the City missionaries in tbelr usual bealth, lauded tbe sup- half miles, by
Tt.. I lei.: of aarar
Wat. EC WBTJEMaWsof a mile broad, be saw a tremendous crash as tbe whole train, all but the
plies, took on board their mail, and tbe peoples
,oer n.fc. a.trei
ofltkim made aorae time aince in flllecn daya and
Uty of the taeta
fell in a heap of crushed aud splintered ruius at the
twelve boura from Yokohama to San Francisco,
on the lltb, landed Mrs. Kabelemauna, and left next preserved and rooted with eopper. All those which
K. P. ADAH). Aaes-- r
Notwithstanding the wiud and storm,
I am oal
reaf. t. tl,r near tuarket of bat teceutly been beat by the Oceanic which made day for Namaiik, Lat. 5 y 5 ri., Long. 188 UT fr, I taw in Kiyoto are Budbist property ; and yet it ia bottom.
the crash was beard by people half a mile away.
ol tbe loth,
For a moment there was silence; then arose the
kl t tail mm laat of Naveaiber l7a
where we lay off and on till next nlgbl lor Mr. laid by natives tbat their system is fast declining. It cries ol the maimed and suffering. Those who
fifteen boura. For tbe Tactile Ocean tbia ia unto tbe failed kaardwaa aBallar
a iialbBi aaaekt rajaarW
Whitney to do bis work, wben we filled away tor has been said that the temples of this Empire hare were unhurt hastened to escape from tbe shattered
beet eejoar caitltrMw
WBas i BBIi yaa- precedented lime.
Ebon, wbere we arrived on the 15th.
i dia.li,iji: eatioiat."
Ba ii aaait ba"0
They crawled nut ol tbe wlndowa Into Ibe
TV- aasaan L Oa
took on board Mr. Snow and wife, Mr. Whitney and
freezing water, waist deep. Men, women and
rW- - Hit Eioelieney J. E. Buah, the newly
family, with their baggage and servants, and sailed the houses of the rulers and those buildings erected children, with limbs broken, bruised and pinched
ut 8 p. M. lor Strong's Island, Lat. 5 IV N , Long.
tbe between timbers, and transfixed by jagged splinters,
apeetatain uf I. urn
ti aarroj.t I0
163 10 E.
By Order of M. Pico, Esq., Kxesator of the Esat tat tb I OB ut year only, bat bir year.
habitatioas of private Japanese are usually small and begged with tbelr last breath for aid tbat no human
tbat ialand on tbe tteamer Kilanea on Thursday
THE FOLL 0 WING
On account of light winds, and head currents,
tate of Anions Manuel, deceased,
next, and shortly after his arrival at Koloa, where
Here we lound tbe ebeap.
did not arrive uutil the 25th.
tell a fire broke out iu the cars piled against tbe
be intends to make his
he will make
On 24th June, 1878. we dined with Mr. and Mrs.
abutments at tbe other end. A moment later the
cruiting. We landed Mr. Snow and wife, took on
; an aa eaarssaoBBI (Mare opeaaf a tbe HaaaioVi pUot-aaSATURDAY, - - JANUARY
fiames broke from tbe smoking car, and tbe first
an inaugural address, in which be will unfold some
a Be- - Tae BBBaTy; BOT IBore B Bx pnwpact of OBgai BtlBE
board the peoples contributions of oil, and aalled Doane, and in the afternoon she kindly piloted us to coach piled across the other near the middle of Ibe
Brrara. aarwa, aMa anlaiy. f raat.aa a bjrge part of of the plana be proposes to uodertake for the benefit
6 15' N., Long. 160 5' two fine temples in the suburbs, on a hill side, in tbe
At 12 o'eloek Noon, on lbs premises,
stream, less than ten minutes after tbe catastrophe
Tae a Af ii aaai B bbii I J fiBB agii l . aad tbe reraooe ia
We wish him every soecess.
of tbe people.
middle of a large court and cemetery, well kept, and every car In the wreck was on tire, and tbe flames
nandiBal f iBa
TaaBajBBO o Br aBoWaeot Barvaot f.ar tbe oneaaary
by noble led by ibe dry varnished work licked up the Inruins
u anaj a;, tbe aarai laaaa of tba Ialaada oodei col-Kapiolaki Pake Absociatiois. A meeting waa lost one ol our crew. He was taken suddenly while enclosed by a strong wall and
AT PUBLIC AUCTION PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WTUI
at tbe wheel vomiting blood, and in about 4 minutes forest Iress. Graves are usually marked by a granite bewilderment of tbe shock sprang out and reached
at a aad aa bofcl Uaat tbe yaiBart will ever be
BaabliBaBi naaii aa "laiaaaaiaa aooaa' raajamoai m oa held on Saturday laat of tbe abare holders of this
It casta glootn over us all. Tbe next pillar, a foot square and from six to eight feet
aaaoclatioc, at wbicb a board ol eleven trustees
day October 2nd we hurled bim in tbe deep, in
ALL THAT CERTAIN
dren and lound tbem suffocating and russtlng in
am otiior aaajaaa. tae HaaaUOA.
aai. tara bavi Botbina lo fear
Ou Hnndred aad Tiirly-i- e
Lat. 6 10' He, 160 23' E. Did not atop at Pinglap. with some inscription on it, and occasionally capped the flumes.
People residing in tbe neighborhood,
team aw n ajiii.OB MaK aa the f i Jpb of tbe racioL Coa.t waa elected, consisting of the following gentlemen ;
a paasenger on Mogil,
the were startled by tbe crash, und lighted to tbe scene
at taeTrealy. a tae ijaetei euar it,
Capt. Jamea Makee, A. S. Clegborn, H. Maclarlane,
iT N , Lou. 159- 5" 3' E.' and proceeded on
which made even their prompt
J. U. Faty, J. O. Domioia, J. Mott Smith. H. A. to Pooape, where we arrived tbe 4th. tbanklul to court through a broad strong gate, and approach the by the conflagration,
too late. By midnight tbe cremation
temple by a
clean street, about 20 feet assistance
It ararr t. tbe oe.HH id tbe Haaanai. Socara. it B OD- - Wideraann, F. A. Scbaefer, Capt. Tripp, J. T. Cbay-teour lleavenlv Father for bis protecting care.
was completed. The storm bad subsided, but tbe
On King Etrwet, near banaakea St.,
fat aar aalwut U tbe pBBtMa. If the., oaoe
We anchored near Mr. Slrong'a statTon ; found all broad and 200 feet long.
The building is about 100 wind blew fiercely, aud the cold was even moro
Tbe committee to whom waa
aaaal t. aaaaeeaco, aoo a,tooui:li
tbe missionaries in their usual health, except Mra. feet long and 50 feet long,
And recently occupied by Anions Manual, deceased,
i aaaba-a BBaaBaa abaart waabel aoarat leiai. evanto- - t referred tbe bnelneaa of
Logan, who bad been quite ill, but was somewhat
Red. Chain, white ground, cbocsalale. gray aad Bbae-with a good
As tue bridge fell tbe driver of the locomotlttvc
fraaatdkn Qatar Ibe Treat, it tt qoeattoo- We landed Mr. labor and expense. Tbe whole breadth and some 25
preseuled tbe same, wblch, after a few
better wben the Star arrived.
Jaconets, Brown Oottooa, 3 qoaatwaa : Waits CM at
B (Bad pnlare M o.ak. ana oa white aa eooie
Storges' things, snd on tbe 5lh anchored off Mr. feet of its length it jpen, though I think there are
aevrara will tacnaaae tbe hua- alterations were adopted. There ia to be meeting
the draw head from its tender and Ibe liberated
Hornets' Loo Cloth. A, B A H : Brown Drta, ;
Store and Two-Sto- ry
illm af raTwie Taa 'twal
t.araro- - toe liea. aud
Hands Station, lauded hia supplies, and lumber, and
engine shot forward aud burled itaelf In tbe enow.
Hickory Stripes, d tripped TVkklg, Brown House
that are hoisted at the keeper's disof Trustees tbla dcy at ten o'clock, at tbe room oil tbe 7tb anchored at Kanau, off Mr. Lugune gates over-heaof tbe
Both upon tbe premises.
Linen Padding. Blue striped DsalEiB.
This open space is supported by ten or Tbe other locomotive, drawn backward by tbe
of tbe Chamber ol Commerce, at which important
Station, iu 6 fathoms water. Good holding ground cretion.
falling train, tumbled over tbe pier and fell bottom
aay. OBI Bawriera.
fcatiac a reuewo! of abip- Settle.
Bloe, White and Fancy Flannel. Mosowllo
10 miles Irom Sturgee Station. Lsl. 7- N., Long.
twelve pillars, 25 to 30 inches iu diameter and 25 to upward on the express behind.
The title to the property is perfect, snd ths Stand
leart t Ql eat tbe pa ire ad aa.ooen - L Ir.an. business will be transacted.
158- 20' E
We received a hearty welcome from all
Scotch Water proof Tweed, i colors.
ia an unusually good one for ike retail trade.
a' 1. 4r bu: lbJanuary
the Missionaries bere, as
ii a ill or in
Black Merino and Coeourg.
Notable Deatus. Tbe death of Commodore
Plan of the property ean be seen by application to
The chief image sleeping car, testified before tbe Coroner's jury toTbe arrival of tbe Morning Star is a time ol rejoiciug form where images are exhibited.
Linen, assorted numbers. 12 yard place, ate.
M. Pioo, Esq., or A. J. CartwriEht. Esq. A portion
He bad been ill for several
We landed Mr. Logan's supplies, here is a guilded face of Budba, and although he is day that be thought tbo train ran off the track bein all Ibe Islsnds.
orcolar aoya tbat aot over
Victoria Lawns. Barege, taarlatjr.
fore tbey began to go down. He estimated the
oftbe purchase money
He was very weallby, and probably
took on board Mr. 8iutges, and two teachers with
rare aao flod aale there aa ta- - months.
usually represented as quite at ease and bappy, he
their wires, and sailed October 10th lor tbe Mori-lucowued more railroads and railroad property than
Daniel McGuire engineer of the first engine,
We arrived at Luksnor Sunday the 15th, seems grim end uuoomfortable. It stands on a platA SUPERIOR LOT OF TAILORS GOOD.- -'
beard tbe bridge snap behind bim wben be wss
to aV.ee. Sat) aba. and over for any other person in tbe United Slates.
und anchored In Its bcHUtilul Lagoon near the form three or four feet above the floor of tbe open
ataaag Cbiaa rare far tbe cott- Tbe death of Sir Daniel Cooper, who lately
Doeskin, Buckskin, Dtsrinsl, rUjrpa, Cashmere, aaSSBBTA,
mission Station. Lat. 5- 30' N Long. 154' E. We
that his engine had to run up hill to get off tbe
spaee, and is adorned on each side and over-bea- d
We qaote visited this port going to aud reluming I rom New
aoaafound tbe tescber aud wife well, tbe people imeU)
A small lot of choieo
bridge Could give no Information whatever about
Zealand, Is reported as bsvlng occurred in London,
or incidents oftbe fire, although he was
the church. This made Mr. St urges look bappy, and ends and front of tbe platform are adorned with rich the wreck
a arm aeeaaat
relative to rice. Irom heart disease. He held tbe office of Colonial
Salmon, White Cambric, While A Turkey Bad Cotton, 3mm.
we were all glad.
Tbe Sabbslb school visited the paintings of birds, sod painted screens, said to be there some lime.
aal'll 'vata of Osawe
Commissioner in Loudon for tbe government of Star on tbe 17lb, and sung some of Ibeir Sabbath hundreds of years old. There are also, near the
York t. . I. pro -- Bee 1. the
school hymns, which was very affecting. On the
Tbe taaer aaaaa af Ibe aa t carry tba Treaty
10th we left this Lagoon fur the larger one where image, a bureau and a few other articles of highly
E, P. ADAM", Auctioneer.
wwat-Mr. Bliss, tbe revival melodist was killed bv
abort aar aasaay e ttaaa.iaa rare taat year.
Obadinia la statioued ; dlatancu 15 miles.
Turkish. Linen Turkish.
Tbe worshippers stand outside of tbe temple, but
the railroad disaster In Ohio on tbe 29tb of De- - to light wiudsand currents, did not srrive until the
early to tbi extant of
facing tbe image; bow and pray, sometimea clap
22d. On tbe 21st tbe mate was taken down with
cember, and bis wife aud children are also reported
brain lever, caused probably by n long exposure to hands, and then toss their offerings into a box which
TV aaaim , sanre atora
tbe felloeaa of trade Jaci- - among the killed. It ia said that be
extricated himKR LATE ARRIVAL- Sstands on the floor above them.
The temples seem MANUFACTURERS
tbe sun while on tbe boat. It run about ten daya.
Saws aaaaa etaae af tae yaa- prieea fal aa oa- AGENTS
linen A cotton. Brooks' Patent. Thread, Black Mortar
self from tbe ruins and sought to rescue bis wife
Mr. S: urges to he built for the display of tbe idols and to attract
We lay In this Lagoon until Ibe 31st.
IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS OF
Centennial History of the t'nlted States,
vase aabiaabaa BaaaH
crushed beneath the iron
Principles of the Revolution.
aaaaa taau tbai
pounds cboire rice ao- used for store rooms or work shops.
a Ba aatbat fat It 40 the Astern btotaa. work of tbe car. Failiug iu the attempt, be reaa
left on tbe Slat greatly encouraged.
In another temple which we visited, was a gigantic
Webster's Counting House Dictionary,
Man's White sad Gray Merino, Brown A Bias A
by them, preferring to die lo tbe flames
MAM I'ACTl KKIIS.
We arrived back at Ponape November 6th and
Tbe Man In the Moon end other People,
image with 36 arms, and 16 black image larger
as Uee it eeea at a lower mained
Five Weeks In a Balloon. Jules Vergoe.
anchored at Kenan. We remained bere seven days than life stood around it, and on eaoh side two rows Sopply to dealers the largest variety of Oeoeral Merchancaa Okaa ate, t Ctaae U. b,aaaarrr. tbe rice pradact w io- - than to escape alone.
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTltO ;
aVataaMaaaaatbsy be BBtl la Bsrare aeed I o n China.
taking in wood, yams, etc. Ou the lolb ourpasseu-gcracamany
ONE HOUSE IN THE WORLD.
dise offered by
of gilt idols with twenty arms eaeh. On either tide
Every Day Topics, by Dr. Holland,
a. T- C- aad No "China, to
Ma. Augus Maceat. It will be In the recollecon board, Mr. Whitney, wile and eon, and of tbe temple, running from end to end, were ten
Krery dealer shonld bave a Catalogue from this
by Dr. Hollands.
stockings. Sains, fancy as nasi. Cast
set platforms, rising like steps one behind tbe other, on
tion of onr readers tbat, during November, 1875, servant, and Mr. and Mre. Logan and child.
Wit, Humor and Shakespeare.
House aa soma goods in every Uue
i uaju, lacaaiia
Bail at 2 P. M. and passed out of tbe harbor.
(Catherine, by Dr. Holland,
Cudershlrta-Celioeach side of which 50 images, as large as life, a thoupee
Merino aod auk.
aia . aad aai'laaBBae caa
Mr. Angus Mackay, tbe Centennial Comraiasioner
Oo the 16tb, we landed Mr. Logan ou Mogil.
pde , SSaaja aaa peaaare a r"aoe a
one on a separate pedestal.
for Queensland, Australia, called at our port en
Plymouth Collection Hyms and Tunes,
Tbe brig Susanua, ol Jaluit, came round the point
Black aad Colored Alik Klbboot-Eat- sat
so arranged as to stand in rows of five, one be
Great Battles of tbe British Navy,
soon alter we arrived, and ufter Mr. Logaq did bis were
route to tbe scene ol bis duties, and also to visit
work here, he took paaaage ou tier Deck to
the sugar producing countries oftbe United Stalea,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CLOT
On the hands and beads of all
Ilay Paltner'a Poetical Works,
Mrs. Logan remained with us, and at 6 p. m. we its twenty hands.
The Spirit of Praise, llloatrated.
a Rati t I B
Weat Iodies, etc.
Mr. Mackay is now a passeogcr
left lor Pinglap, and arrived there on the 21at. Here these are placed smaller idols to the number of forty
For Sale by
INQ AND SHAWLS.
per City of New York, on bis return home.
we laid off and on while Mr. Whitney (with Mrs. or more, so that tbe number 33,d3d, according to
H. H. WHITNEY.
Toronto; 48 snd 60 Yongc street;
aa (aCBataaaBwaSaaaa. S ayaTaa'ptrow naerjd-rata- r colony
Japanese estimate, does not appear exaggerated.
Flannel, Cottos. Ac.,
our readers are aware, has
aVasata Plllll. f'eaa. Siena and Baa.
Moolreal, 1M aud IttS, M. ii.lt street;
F. C Monkey Jackets, Heavy Wool Blankets, all cab ra
Lauded some supplies for tbe teachers, and sailed Tbo same writer adds : " The beautiful temple
Varwtrt Jaaba Ball, froaa Malsksl
been extra auccesslul at tbe Centennial, and Mr.
London, 60 Queen Vlctutia street, B. r. ;
niaoketB. uuuia. etc.
I " OfBt StaB Tart.Caaarl). 1 dare froaa can Mackay has a full budget of practical information
Burlapt, Wool Pack, Canvas, Gunny I
Sheffield Reaver Works.
parks, always open to tbe people who go in and out
arrived off tbe harbor of tbla island ou tbe 25tb.
eta Ob. aaraoMa. trass KabelaL
Forwarding and Commission Agency,
for tile fellow colonists, of this we will profit by
baggage at 7 p.m. in tbe midst of a heavy rain prayers before some faint or idol, and then throwing 920-lNEW YORK CITT.
and by. Meantime, we learn from tbe Commisr Mare, Hara.
U days fa. HDaabol.lt.
We made this island their contributions into the coffers."
za etaya froa as
sioner tbat be found tbe sugar busiueae in a deAND
on tbe evening of tbe 29tb. Landed Mr. and Mrs.
I saw one temple court of about two acres, with
Eau dr Cologne. Fbllocoaae, Half OH aod
.10 or 40 feet
Tooth combs, Tooth Breabes, Heir Brnabaa.
Jaluit. Ou tbe evening of Dec. 1st, we bad a very under brush, and the ground completely carpeted
Hal Lanlon. lat aara taa Liiejpool
Indies. The only exception he found in the French
MEMBERS OF HOHOLCLU KVfilXK
Looking G la esse and Mirrors, Imitation Jewelry,
heavy squall from the East, which laeted nearly all with a beautiful cleao green sward and a small pond
No. will please take notice that there will be a
Ledgers. Journals, Ac, Psaylnf Cards.
West Indis Islsnds, and there be believes tbat proa-peritnight ; it blew away our lower topsail and foresail. of lotus flowers and sacred fisb. which are often found special meeting held at tbelr rooms on Thursday erenlnff
Harmonicas, I R Balls, Feslbej Dealers.
Bill Ksksiiii. Mairbant. lat wiadaard porta.
is due fully as much to the Central Factory
To inake the neceaaarr arrange,
Bent our spare ones and proceeded. Oo tbe 3d we near the temples. But with all theiridols, parks and at 7H o'clock sharp
aTSBr rraaoe. BWrS
for K,.,.a aad baa
menu for tbe Annual Parade. A full attendance la rearrived at Jaluit ; remained bere three daya, taking 10,000 priests, tbe people are miserable.
aTetas Wars fcaaa, Kaaiaa. tram sVaaala.
system of sugar making as to the excellent quality
in wood and supplies, and oo the 7th look Mra.
Not far from this temple is a beautiful green cirt
J. T. CUA TTTER, Foreman.
oftbe soil snd climate of tbe islands for sugar. The Kabelemauna
end Butcher Knives, Scissors, hi li'Slbasr A Bar)
Babr Baaare saw I in Phi for UaaaVai
and ber children on board, nnd aailed cular mound
Jutt Opmedoul at,
aboot 50 or 60 yards in cirouinlerence
Tinned Spore. Lantaras. Oil irons,
r IAt CB afHo-,-Kea
Central Factory, in Mr. Mackay'a opiolon, lathe for Aphtng, via Mariki.
Tot far laaa-I lata ao teed Corrugated
Basel Iron, 4 awes ;
a. bS t- . Aiaaa.I,
Ou the lltb we arrived at this island, but on ac- - and 12 feet high, surmounted with a rough granite
best device yet worked out to make the production
Galvanised ripe, all sows, Oalveaiaed HacAe-se- , inv.1 .
Freaaaaa. ft ran rraoruro.
of sugar a steady profitable business. We hsve been buttons of oil. Furnished Mr. Kunobo with a few ears. Its legend is, ages ago, tbe Japanese invaded
AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. A COM.
T.u Pistes. Bancs Tin, sheet Lead sad Bee.
Leaf, far kaaai
PLKTK History of th American Republic, In one
promised some fscts on tbis subject, from Mr. M
Brlghiaiid oiled fenos Ware, Nos.4. SaadS.
needed things, wbicb we put in a cask and tbe na- -! Cores aod slaughtered many of its inhabitants ; and
farssr Waraaca, J Ball far Maauaai.
664 pages, profusely Illustrated wllb several hunHooo Iron, s ektes: Klveta. Hosts Yellow.
So a laSjwaSB Porta
which will be of value to those engaged lo the Uvea hauled it through tbe surf; took tbe mall aud tbe custom then wot to bring tbe beads of tbe slain to volnme,
dred fine engravings. Price $6.10
Metal and Kalla, Mar Iroa. Gaa Powder. Bitot, aba.
sailed iu tbe evening lor Apiang--, where we arrived their rulers as proof of their powers ; but tbe heads
For Sale by
Coal. Printing BBC
at noon on tbe 12tb. glad to get Into still water. being to bulky to be transported they brought the in-lu- i
H. M. WHITNEY.
cordage and Packing, Toys, Taabsers,
ears. I presume tbey were disposed of in tbis way to
NtifieMATic. There baa been laid upon our and Mr. Taylor na glad lo see ns.
Baaketa. Pain la aad una. Vienna Furnll
On tbe morning oftbe 14lb Mrs. Ksbelemauna's
stimulate the martial spirit and to gratify national
Wall Paper. Crock ery.JCauaUc Mads, Tar sad Iwaa,
editorial table a very interesting little work, neatly
baby died and was buried same day. We laid here pride.
Anchors snd t bains, uu casas aaa oaaeeB.
printed by Lippincott
Co., entitled " A Vialt to six days preparing tbe Star lor tbe homeward trip.
Kerosene Barrels, Birch Broome.
Prostitution, which if laid to be licensed in every
AND AFTK.lt THIS-DATsweat eSMT Aaa- - Saa-A- .
Cement, Fire Clay, fire Bricks. Ga
Oo Sunday Mr. Taylor bid farewell to bis people,
tbe Cabinet of tbe United Slates Mint, at Phileity, is bere bold and unblushing.
Tbe inmates of FROM
will act for me in all mailers of business to
aa Bra, SBja, raraet daaWgwg
set sail, arrived at Butarltan the brothels, decked in gay attire, torn oot in a beoy , and receive all moneys doe me and all bills agalnat must be apaud ou the 18th
adelphia." It contains a large amount of informaarea
next day ; took on board the contributions of oil, with flouoting banners parade the molt publio itreets proved by my Attorney before they are cancelled.
BtC WeBra. aaaaa. oaabaraUaa
tion which la entertaining to the general reader,
Honolulu January 19th, 1977.
filled our water casks, and aailed on the 21st for without hindrance.
Elate, Esanikssa, latt, AaWaa
tm-JD. W. PATJAHI.
and wbicb must be, we sbonld suppose, of much
Honololu. Our company on leaving this plscc
Mustard, pates, ate., ate.
Let me now give you the views of a Jspanese, as
sBi war Paaa a Ha-- . Baa
numbered twenty-eig- ht
value to the numismatist
The introductory gives
in a Japanese newspaper, on temperance. " It
Liquors. Ac, Boulelleao's Brandy 1, 2, t A t data., od
" By tbelr fruits ye shall know them." As far is found
SUITABLE FOB THE SEASON,
s brief but piqaaot historical sketch of coin, and
wine is tbe best of all medicines.
But this is
Gin In baskets and green rasas.
1 have observed
sud learued in the past year, I thesaid
language of tipplers used in their own defense.
Ueanateck, Ktuaart. Tbawsanx.
tbe remainder of the book Is devoted to s descripthink the work iu Micronesia is very encouraging,
Sparkling Uock. Balsa Wine. Bavtavsaa Baser.
Instead of wine drinking being for tbe good oftbe
that I have sold oot my entire interest In the
tion of tbe Mint and its cabinet, which must be a and considering tbe advsntsges snd disadvantages,
ftaaaaat a Ska ataaat CaatSBKB,
quarts aad aaa ta,
By it, dissipated perbody, it ts tbe direct reverse.
hakferv of Wing Sing end Co. on Nuuann street, to Loo
Nrt flasaklr Da, laab. aad eaaaie oot cf tbe Straiu most interesting place to visit, and the various tbe Gilbert Islands should be numbered with tbe sons
Jeffrey 's Ale, 1UAXU aad plats ; Bitters, sc.
had laabl aurtbarly winda . laat
German aad Havana Cigars, at low prices, la saws cetssatxa
real, although tbe converts in the Caroline LJaud
not be held responsible for any of the
BabBB awal aaaaaai atjeaa bbb B w aa a E atta aoe aiauuet coins, modem r ud ancient, western and oriental,
If wo inquire we shall End they are men bakery, and will
There have been additions families.
menu. In lots to teat, ate., ate. ates.
(SX7-ItWAN 11 NDANO.
0r the Arm.
who hare civilised their mouths ; bat while sack na.ng.it.
which are to be seen there. Alao a full account of made lo all the churches. We arrived at Honolulu
Orders roes lie Otkrr ItlamcU Vl ilif llj sftliall
I f On ar Saw Taasx. Cavablv. Cosraairost.
ou tbe 14lh January; had
many of tbe medals wblch bave been struck st the
. Jan at:,
at IE m. with
daya. Have been gone snd wben I think of this my tears fall. When, ages
rough passage of twenty-li- ve
Mint, aa well aa of others which came Irom foreign
A. D. C0I.C0BD.
ago, God created man, He fixed the great relationsix months and a half.
SI list III UK FOR CALIFORNIA Pale
BUI I DCS TB Sf ESewwtt.
lands. We find tbe statement in Ibe book that tbe
ship of husband and wife, but men disregard this, reCITIZEN N AMD
Friend. ,d Htraag.ri goaerail abb
hits commencing wllb tbe new year.1 1.00
duce themselves to the level of beasts by giving
largest gold piece in tbe world is tbe Chinese ten
Weekly Alia California
cordially Invited ta a need Public WeesaaS) at POET T.
CHCRCH, where Services see bald evaary SikkslS at II
themselves over to lust and debauchery.
ted piece, wbiebjis worth two hundred and tblrty- til III! atopic.
o'clock A. M , and
P. M. Steele are provided mt ad
7by of Every Description.
ishes them therefore by the infliction of sueh plagues
fivc dollars, but In the opinion of tbe fair authoress
Be ml Weekly Sac. Colon
i bark Caaadaa. etaaoare
won may be pleased lo attend. There is a Waaawaedey
I aaa lata aasti r aaaaa
as lyphilts and like diseases. Those who give themof Constantinople
Tbeae are tbe rates only wben prepaid far one year.
ft Braail Ituakar. KVM the moat celebrated coin In the world is tbe " Wi
at JH o'ctorfe, la aba Lacwaee
bbss laal I
124 I y
years, selves up to wine and woman defend themselves by Wben bills are tent, one dollar additional tt chaigusj aa
since 1453, four hundred and twenty-threThe Stock in tbe above line is unnsnallv Boom, to whk ball are welcome.
ll Hal I. I baa a BaBBSl BtTl LI
dows' Mite," wbicb is there on exhibition, and
But let them each paper.
saying it is the custom of tbe world.
H. M. WHITNEY.
fJSVafBVwTart. Jan lzth- .now it is proposed that the English take posand
which is In appearance one of tbe most insignifi
Battiaitl. 1 px pb,Carra,
For Sale or
session snd make it impregnable, another Gibralter.
I shall still think them only savages.
If tbey were
y Makasaae. in OS rrackers. 2 pkca cant. Tbe collection, it appears, contains one HaWheel for Sale.
rates. No trouble to show goods.
MR CeyfTAawR. PUBAsbAT- pkga talae, lo
Russia also wants the city, and much interest is fel t in reality only savages, I might pass by tbeir conaaatldlilf'L
waiian cent, wbicb is noticed in tbe following
orated, wllb garden. Ac, lOOtslnlsgparbaf, Urea
to see high MANUFACTURED
. 1 ,Aa-a paaa biueSA. zx paaa
for its future destiny, as well as in its past history.
rooeoa, two csoseta. amiag reseat, aasstaas sad
la in perfect order, and almost
officers aod learned men who know well what is right
paragraph : " Leaving both the eastern and tbe
Please call and uenBt'se isore fmnkaiing
MS bs as- -H renrara Airacaarr
pantry, bathroom, eervasrla boons, taiifcaaja asats aad
new ; Is 24 feet in diameter by 3 feet on the face. There
It was anciently called Bysactium, and this name behave in sueh a way."
P. J. o.
a .Sttsaamr. t pkri r . a. 1 pks radarea. 1 boa
very convenient, and ts perfect order. Afpi r ta
western world and tbelr coins, there is a single
are two spare sections of side plates of buckets belonging
4B baa trraaa fraat 1 baa fretts.
pas looap atork.
U COO ST A MRS W A LD , sa.ii.
made it tbe capital of hit
to It. Foi further particulars, terms, Ac, apply to
piece, or small commercial value, which la yet a continued till Constantino
Baaa bbbb. w aaa Baaawarasw
empire, A. D. 330, when the name was ebanged to
H OR AX T, Itaager
Tbis is tbe one cent
Constantinople, eity of Constantino.
ol tbe Sandwich Islands, tbe only venture of tbat
a crei 1 jfT
kind yet made by the enterprising little kingdom."
Ei " R. C. Wylie " and
sad In setts.
H. E. McLKTl RE alt BBOTHEK.
Byxantium was fbunded by a Greek colony, B. C.
H. Mt wjsTTtfEi
abun" Strabo, Pliny and others speak of the
4'rstiar of the .tlorninx; Slar to M Icro-eft-la
as the Arm of FHIbX A LAINE. Grocers, ta tbla day
Corner of King and Fort streets,
dance offish at Byxantium, especially of the Pelsmys
All outstanding accounts will
by mutual consent
a sad back.
aad waa, t H
be collected and all liabilities aasomed by K. B. Mel,
kind, which, coming in shoals from tbe sea of Aaof
b a.aanatae Ir. BaU, 8 T
who continues tbe business st the old aland. No. ti, fort
sitll aVada. I) r.aaan.t and
We left Honolulu July tbe 5tb 1876, with a comand round by the eastern and southern shore of the
Street, Odd Fellows Building, where be will be bappy to
EDWARD X. 0'IIAM.OBA.i,
fs ftaad. T C Forsyth. W
AND OT HZ ft
pany of eighteen souls. Oo onr passage oot we bad Black Sea, entered the Bosporus, whence the barber
serve customers with the usual assortment of CHOICE
E. B. PR! EL.
wind and fine weather
LCawaaI .il H
to (lu ouo, on Mortgage
Vabk. ftlil WUIb. 1 Eaeler. moderate
was called Chrysoeeras, or " Tbe
meridian Julv 21st.
of Freeholds St loweat rates of Interest.
land. Lat 0 56', Long. 176' 6 . July 24th at 5 p m Golden Horn," in consequence of the riches. derived tjff Agents in London, aod la all parts of A astral
Lat. 1 12',
C J lawosa at) aad we anchored off tbe station at Tapllua,
from the fishery. Tbe Byaantines salted the fish, which
(opposite Mr. Ira Elchardeon's
on Fort Street
Long. 174' 40' East, eighteen days from Honolulu
TtoM B Parker
was an article of considerable trade, as the northern
taa aba aad a...... aaa B Here we beard tbe aad tidings of tbe deatb of Mrs.
Kapou. Tbe other missionaries were well. Landed
coasts of the Black Sea supplied Greece and other
WHALE NATS AID BOAT STOOL
Kit II IKI) F. BICKERTO-- i,
tbe anppliea and alter waiting for tbelr mail, took
& MARINE INSURANCE.
ATTORNEY AND C0UNSEL0B AT LAW
TVftareti w B Cotbbert. Mr Bard. on board Mr. Kapou and his children, and Bailed the
JTaryiar E T Taylor. TB Veearbk 3 T Brown. 27th for Apt mama, where we arrived on the 29ih.
Will attend tbe Terms of Courts on the other Islands,
bor of Byiantiom was a place of resort for the vessels
atooey to lend oo Mortgages of freeholds.
t mnAoA ce.ee,., annnliea f . l - the ftillwet I a I a n el 1 1 1 1 III a engaged in tbe trade."
23 Merchant Street, up stairs over Dr. Stengenwald'a.
f TAIraialit.W H
U ..'lteBl M On
n ODe cu' of oil' the people's contribu
aaaaa. 3 W Santa.
on which Constantinople standi it well
eieuiug tor saaaniia.
MT ABSENCE FROM THE HAsuited for the right of a great commercial city, the
We arrived at tbis Island on tbe 30th, anchored
S, a 1 k Jar. ISth- .aaa
unlimited liability of Shareholders.)
Missionshorn 5 miles from tbe Station, Isnded tbe
connecting link between Europe and Asia. A gentle-slopin- g SI rort Street Honolnln, will act for me under power of
.SEE TOT WELL. PROTECT YOCRSKLP'
AAaaTWtlBHV Bra A Pratt aad aaa. Mra 1 K Butter. aries' sopplies. took on board tbelr mail and conAnd hopes, by attention to business snd painstakpromontory, secured by narrow seas, stretches Attorney, lo ell matters wherein 1 am Interested.
B BBaWttBaBA. Barer aai rbtat Meases A lire aad Mary tributions, and after waiting two days for a breeze,
ing, to deserve tne patronage of tbe public,
we sailed the
the Asistic conti1877.
BaaTaW ftaaekaa B B Baa
Bin aad waa. L B r. M. same date, Lat. 2 N, Long. ITS 25' ., found nent, from which its extreme point is separated by
and be able to please the most fastidious.
P Bsrtaaarda. TlaadJK
.ft ab BBS asst. A Parana.
deer rlpl kin of
be effected with
missionaries in the usual health. Landed their
SB, ab. mmmmmm. En
Baraat aad ebud. Maa Her. tbe
so narrow a strait (the Bosporus) that in a quarter
ta Orlar. W
la, t, Bbs EE ataarra. i
The next morning, Aug tbe 4th, we sailed iolo its of an boar a boat can row from one eontinent to the
CB Atbbt. m ayi,. aad wile.
EXPERIENCED si l OAR BOILER.
t . see as BBatas laaaaaa.
Merchandiie. Good and Freight Insured
B Waaaob. aVaa Eaaa. A BertaC aaaaa Tee Ah fine Lagoon, and anchored, in 6 fathoms, good bold-loApply to
J t EbBabt,Ekwaa.
eft :- the
a. schaefeu a oo.
Dana. C H Walaviaartoa
By steamers end sailing vessels
ground, about half a mile from Mr. Taylor's
payable In Honolulu.
leas oats. I Kaye
A i BSSIW
Is (Treat variety, and tt tbe lowest possible prices,
borne. Lat. 152 tt Long. 172 54' E., we fonnd bim Marmora, the classical Propoutit, it makes a deep
and his little boy in better bealth than when tve
or inlet, on the European shore, flowing beNotice to Creditors- CASTLE A COOKE,
tyajsai BBSS Mil
Pt Mannar atar. Jaa IA Ear B O left last year, and the genera behavior of tbe natives elbow,
Agents for Honolnln.
tween the triangle of Constantinople proper aod its
atoeaaaaad weEa. Maa B 3 Taylor .ad child. Be W B Kapa
DETIDEND OF FORwas much better.
THIRD ANDwill LAST
Mas alary Klasaaa. Mraf r.brlestaripa aoc
be paid by tbe Assignees of tbe
TY per cent
Fruits Prepared by the Alden Freeee.
ab at M r E Bwaeay
estate of Slemsen A Conway at tbe oaflce of A. S. CatsjlorB
was executed, and It seemed to have a the magnificent port of the " Golden Horn."
fee P C Mnrray. Jan. UF F Flat-- - Mr. Reyes
Co. on and after Wednesday next tbe 17th Inst.
I at Baa Ewawctacv
We landed the
very good effect upon tbe people.
OF DIFFER-X- T
- mt Or BIBB
B 1 atl II. W a) latter. M Mclaem.
84 aad M rort Street, Honolnln.
strait leading from tbe
For Sale by
supplies, OO a floe wharf that Mr. Taylor had built.
as Hardly, C8
Prtitt His mean aa Coo way .
into the tea of Marmora, ii
aoLLsa a 00.
Erected bit flak alaJT, which we brought down on
Honolulu 1Mb January, 1177.
H. L. CHASE.
tie Monti .f
rST Per Ptmr City of Sew Turk. Jan 12th 1 box
ani I oi planta, X3 trnnka sample.. 24S, bales polo, 27 bears
eaBmm. aad 11, tit j.kre nadee lo troaott,
Fno Has raAwcrero FsrH W Alsoy. Jon 18th
eocar. 300 beoebes benanss. 610 pn esftrcane.
Lot of Furnfturer
ASST. OF NEW GOODS Finf
Cr i o
One Express Wagon
Executor's Sale of
PIECE or PARCEL
At Private Sale,
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS!
Albums, Work Boxes, and
Offer for Sale
Floxvr cfc Bre4a
For Sale, New Frames,
F. T, LENEHAN & CO.
THE LADIES TO KNOW
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY
77mi tin Cndcuurned
From the A
Supreme Court of the Ilawalinn
WEDNESDA Y. JANUARY 17, 1877.
British Barque (anoma
StTKBB LINK OF
HENRY M. WHITNEV.
A51 OTHEIt LATE ARRIVALS,
r.. JAS..I. D01VSET1.
Opixion of A. Francis Judd.
the following Machinery :
This is no action in which 810 000 are claimed
a ilamnees for the trespass of the defendant's
SCITABLE FOR THE
cattle opon the land " Honnnlinli." in Ewa.
Oahu. the properly of the plaintiff, since Oct.
CUSTOMARY CHRISTMAS GIFTS
The jury returned a verdict for the plaintifi of
$200. and a motion is made to set aside this
Cla.rifi.ox-sverdict and erunt it oew trial, on the ground that
Among vitich trill be found,
400 and 500 (iallons
the jory most have mistaken or disregarded the
instructions of the court on the effect of certain
A FIXE ASSORTED
leases under which the defendant justified, or
I. LSI IKIllS'S
1 adaa. aa 4 (iatit'i Saliu ire.-a
that the jury misunderstood the evidence.
The first lease in qnestiun is dated March 3d.
. i.e..-- .
1846. and. running for twenty-fiv- e
(tyx. II til rt Garnet, Pearl, Torqauiee, Most Agthe 1st of February of that year, expired on the
It demises to John
of February, 1871.
ate mi other different settings.
Meek and his heirs, the kula land at Lihue. and
Ladse Jelt Onyx.
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT! the
privilege that his cattle should be undisturbrhainv mi Lockets with Ear Itrnri to
..: :. Bar Iron, aMortt-- sises ;
ed at llonooliuli, if Ibey should go there.
Iiat Scotrh BtMet Iron, assorted si : PiR Iron,
The second lease is dated 15th of July. 1851,
and leases to John Meek and his heirs and as
signs the land called Waimanalo, at llonouhuli.
Ladie. apert AMftrrrt, any other Settf ,
particularly as follows : The knla and the kna-biMmOmlMi,
and the rights appertaining t heroin, and the
I'oaliinas, the river with ail the rights appertainlassies ft ekUdraa, Neek Chain.
ing thereto. It gives the boundaries as follows :
Chain.' . Tins Whit LmiI, Tins Wait Zinc Paint,
Lad aw A Children! Uwcti
On I he mauka side the In mis previously leased
Tin Black t
to John Meek, that is, the kulti of Lihue and
aaalxr Cxtf T'laf,
he kula of Honouliuli ; on the makai Bides
lrums liolled Unseed Oil.
..es,. icr L ''!-Nunnkuli nod the Koolina.
This lease expired
on the 5th of July, 1876.
ChiM's Finger lUngs,
The third lease is dated the 16th of February.
Ladie- - Gold Bracelet; .
1853, and it being for twenty-fiv- e
years, does not
expire until the 16th of February, 1878. By
Laaief i iot' fjoeft p..: J Watches,
BEST III.At KS.1ITII ( OAI.,
this lease there is conveyed to John Meek, his
Bath Key and Stem Winders
heirs and assigns, all the remainiug portions of
BEST STEAM I'OAl.
the leaeor's kula land at Honouliuli : this being
Ladie. Oaraatt Ear Eingi.
Fencing Wire, assort.- - sizes, auuealed and galvanized,
explained as follows : All parts of this kula land
Ladie: Coral and other
cot included in the previous leases made tietrmen
Lasix Ereaet Pint, assarted dedkraj,
A. Keluabonui, M. Kekauonohi und Jno. Meek
for that land called Libue. on the 3d of March,
Ladiu J el SetU.
1846, und another lease between J. II. L.
Moalelea and John Meek, of all that land called
Wuimenalo, on the I5th of July, 1851, the renis
of these two lands shall continue and their lease,
until the expiration thereof, they are not inFancy Prilllnc. Fancy Ifiiit. White Cottons,
Before considering the recluded in this lease.
UaudkcrchirTs, ;ingbamR, Costumes, assorted.
servations, which are made at length and with
Tweeds, assorted; Broadclottis, Coatings
ire I aL.i 1 oral and Spoohf,
id Surer Tea rpoonr,
Let us eo on lo the fourth lease, which is
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
dated i lie 1st of February. 1871, aud which conSaial hilvaa Sugar -- Le .r.
veys nil ol thai certain piece or parcel of land
Solid Silver Salt Spoons .
situated in the Abupuaa of Honouliuli. district
Solid Silver Cake and Pie Knives
of Kwa, island of Ouliu, known as the Hi of
Lihue, for seven years, and which will not exSolid Sil ear Barry Soon,
pire unlil the 1st of Fubruury, 1878.
Caver TTeidseickV Champagne, pints and quarts'
Xiasketp Lawrence's Champagne, ; - aud qts,
The plaintiff claims that lease No. 1 conveyed
v ... M.rer Child", Ut.'C', ForliMud Sj.uol.-- ,
Baskets Lawrence'i Champagne, extra dry.
not only Lihue but a portion of the kula of
Solid Silrer liuttar Knives,
Honouliuli, uud builds up an argument in eup-o- f
Cases Martell's xzx Brandy,
I his from the words of
description of Waiinu-nalSoi,- - Mirer Cope and Goblets.
Casas Planat's 1S62 Brandy,
above given, in which ibe niuuku boundary
Catuf Small Geneva,.
Solid Silrer iNstasrt 1'orki and Spoohf,
of Waimanalo is stated lo be the kula of Lihue,
Caos BeM Genera.
botad Silver Match boxes.
and the kula of Hooouliuli, and thai the portion
Old Tom Gin.
of Honouliuli conveyed by the first lease aud not
Cases Beet Kinahan's L Irish Whiskey.
Case? Dunville'f Iri?h Whiskey,
included io the third lease, was nol covered by
art oerytIiing in Out above Lint.
Best Scotch Wbickcy.
the fourth lease, which was a lease of the Hi of
Quarter Casks Best Hennessy's Tale Brandy.
The plaintiff claims that as there
Quarter Casks Best Marti - Brandy,
Nor ir yoar tine to Boy
id i little
wos abundant evidence that the defendant's
catQuarter Casks Jatntica Rum.
Taw beaar yon will bare to pay under the
tle pastured upon this tract of land within the
the award of
in which ihis Irespnss
Tariff 2tl per cent extra for aoy
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES ! diiles
'.he jury of 3200 is far from excessive and should
good in the above Line,
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
But can this position of the
plaintiff be sustained ?
ly- - i
The first leuafi conveyed only Libue, the lessor
and Ready fur SaU. Caacr Bet Palo Sborrj,
Best Old Port,
covenanted in addiliou that the lessee's cutlle
Quarter Casks PaleBlierrj,
should be undisturbed on Honotiliuli, if they
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Jt No Plated food in this EstabHuhmtnt. "V
This does not lease any porwent there.
tion of Honouliuli outside of Lihue, but only
protected the lessee from being held liable for
Pint, and Quarts.
trespass if his cattle strayed on Honouliuli
This view is strengthened by the wording of
RECIPROCITY CASH STORE !
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
lease No. 3. made in 1853. which shows the inBass Co'f India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
73 FORT STREET
terpretation put by the purlies on their previous
Orange Bitters, in cases,
Co's 1, 2, I and 4 diamond Brandy
leases after seven years of dealings with each
Cases Superior Vermouth,
T THI ABOVE PLACE Wil l. BE iOl'ND
other as landlord and tenant. This lease No. 3
Cases Foktr'a Bitters, Cases Superior Claret,
distinctly says that the lease of 1846 was for
that land called I.ihue, and lhat the lease of 1851
was for that land called Waimanalo.
this lease No. 3 conveyed all parts of the kula
of Honouliuli, not incluried in leases No. 1 ami
PINTS AND QUABTS.
Woddinf A C hiistinas Prosents.
2. it conveys all of Honouliuli except Lihue
Ware. Brouae Goods,
and Waimanalo und the reservations.
Krarketa. Ur Qastlea, Fancy Soaps. Vases.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
In a former case between the parties to this
liour. and Oalendar Clucks.
suit, the court held that if there exists an amJ Fine FreacbUUt Ucks, Atomisers,
biguity, in the lease, then such construction
Boys Tool Ctoests, Tobacco Boxes,
must prevail as is most strong neuir t the
IVceptlre Wine fJlaaaes. Btafs.
for he might have expressed himself
atusac Bolls, Valises,
But there is no ambiguity here,
except, perhaps, the exemption from liability for
llECEflED Blr LATE ARRIVALS,
(at Oard and Cabinet Fnunea.
trespass on Honouliuli, and upon the principle
land and CnmMaaUoo Mirrors.
just etuted it must be construed to be a mere
Oae. To o A Three Shelf. Book Shelve, Etc.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
license, the actual territory over which the license
was granted in lease No. 1 being leased by inTHE ABOVE COOflS ARE MARKED OK A
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
General Assortment of
Class and Plated Ware
American aud English Books
OFFICE STATIOKEPY Ac, tc, 4c.
of Koloa and vicinity
that he Is pr, --
PLANS AND ESTIMATES
to hutid. and
eatktsiMJSa fur suaj
prepared to take
kind of bail dine or
All kind, efnondtnc material on hand aud will be I umtshed
at the old ataad In Koloa. anch as
Lumber of all Hinds,
Paints, Oil, etc.
in be aotd at lowest prlees.
trie BuHllnr. trom Baanl to Watmea at lowest
JSr. rUarre for plans, or rmimat.-to those pur
aaaeraal from nr.
W. U. WKK.IIT.
ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
SP SJX, Is aaore or aaaU quantities,
rer- :utrrte! Tsuiety or
enrj. Worn, Xacualae. Peach, Trana, Crab.
Waiana, Vlojriish Filbert.
ptasrl Vavnc:. Butumut. Pecan, etc., etc
ataWkaactaas. Otmff. Baaabmiaa. Oooa-metc : Also, rerauutnon (Japan and native,,
UnfjaaU. Ta. OMi Caarah.
I 1 1 ka B k I k h and other Shade or Ornamental Trees
iBIae liaa In variety. IVpper Treea,
Caera Yellow and Boar ). Pmes Oatalpa, laatrnolia.
r C tJ WJ t$4 Kf
lime. etc. etc
e and Price List, can be obtained on application
COOKE. Boaololn. who wlU receive
rd craven far trees and to whom paymenu
Waimanalo is described in
the second lease as
being bounded on the nmuka side by kula of
Lihue and of Hooouliuli.
This cannot be explained except upon the theory lhat its extent
was not at that time well defined.
l,IX;AL CAP, LETTER AMD
It is clear that the plaintiff does not claim
now lhat Waimanalo stretches up to Lihue, and
Kew Hull, thin Franeb
I am inclined to read the description in this way.
Euvelopes of all Stylos,
The land previously leased to John Meek, that
Blank Books, Memorandlum Books,
is the kula of Lihue and the knla of Honouliuli
Pocket Knife's and ftold pens.
on the mauka side.
Certainly, if Waimanalo is
Oval ami sonare llrtore Frames,
an Hi at one end of Honouliuli.it must have for
one boundary the main body of the land of
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS, Honouliuli. where it joins the same. The clause
" and the knla of Honouliuli." is not necessarily
Stereoscopes and Stereoscope Views.
modified by the clause the land leised to John
Letter Clips. Book Slates,
It is claimed further by the plaintiff that as
Glass Metal anl leather Traveling Inkstands
the lease of Waimanalo particularizes kula and
Choice Wood and ' ai Oflice Inkstands,
kuahiwi as being two distinct classes of land, the
Fine WaJk-rs- , Puries and Ram,
kula being low land and kuahiwi being mountain
PAPIER BlftCHE AND
MOROCCO PORTFOLIOS !
land, and as the third lease does not mention
Tearl and fcrotch fard Cases,
specifically the kuahiwi of Honouliuli, it must be
Copy Books :iod Ilnishes copylnc Paper,
considered as intended to be excluded.
Presses, Mathematical Instruments,
I am of the opinion that in ibis lease No. 3.
Green (Spectacles. Pocket Compasses,
Clinss Men, Dominoes, CnbbSkfce Boards,
'kula' means land not kalo land, however this may
Children's Alphabet Blocks,
be, the 'kuahiwi' is not excepted in the largo number of reservations made, and although the lease
does not convey the right to actually take the
Tortoise Phell and BafTalo-hosetts.
wood in the kuahiwi, ii leases the right ol pasQuill and Wood Toothpicks.
turage therein, for the kaahiwi is a part of "keia
Pteel Pens Glllott's. penT and other makers.
Crystal and Diamond rubber,
oina knla i komo ole iloko o na hoolimalima
Ivor)' Paper Knives and Erasnrs,
mua." (Ibis kula laud not included in the previous
Ink Kxtrartxnt and pounce.
To lease the whole of a kula land, reMicroscopes. Wood and Rubber Rulers.
serving certain specific portions and then to say
that this does not cover kuahiwi or pali, pua,
WRITING DESKS. A FINE ASSORTMENT
mauna. awaawa or other portions of land to which
All orders promptly filled.
various topographical terms may be applied would
H. M WHITXET.
be disingennoaB, and it is so manifestly contrary
to the intention of the parties as eathered from
these instruments as not to be countenanced
by the court. I observe, in passing, that if the de-- j
fendant is now liable for trespass upon the kaahiwi
ol Honoaliuli or opon the portion of the knla of
Hooouliuli claimed by the plaintiffs counsel to
be not conveyed by lease No. 3, be was liable
lor trespass for the same reasons on the 1st of
BOLLES & Co.
February, 1871, the date when tfaa first lease of
1 find therefore
The KnWr Paint h Justly celebrated, and Is coming
that as there was no part of
into general use, and all who hare given It a trial h'ghly
the Honouliuli kula between Lihue and Waimarecommend IL The undersigned have a general assortnalo not covered by the leases lo the defendant
ana tliade, aud vi keep up the assort
ment of all
the jury were not at liberty to consider in makmeet, aud be nra.iy to.U erd. rsat the ,horte notice.
' aSLUES Co.
ing up their verdict the evidence of the trespass
of defendant's caitle on this territorv.
The lease of Waimanalo having expired on the
15lh of July, 1876, the jory were instructed that
R P. A. ale LASI X. CIVIL r.NtilM.I.R
the defendant should be allowed a reasonable
ATJa. and Surveyor, i. prepared t undertake
time after this date in which lo take bis cattle
tn aD Its branches.
Maps constructed with full
Information given lo regard to the quality of
of Irom this land, and in which to restrain them
aoUs, and their adaption for cultivation, taking into con
from returning thither.
The evidence of damKtderatlon locality. areaouity, etc.
ages for trespass on Waimujalo by Dowsett's
Estimates given In regard to alse,
cost, and capacity, and amount of power furnished bv
consists in stateansae for
ments of witnesses that they bad seen his cattle
ROADS AMI BHIDOIM. Plank and estimates made
with a view of obtaining the best results with the smallest
on this land within the month past, and since the
time when they were driven off by Dowsett's
He Is also prepared to give Instruction on tropical
men. The particolar evidence was given by Po
Address the above through the Honolulu Post Office.
who testified that be saw nine bead there on the
trw satls- - X
20th of July, and sixteen bead there on the 10th
of August, bat this witness was uncertain at to
EST CALIFORNIA OAT HAT For Sale by the boundaries of Waimanalo, and said they bad
never been pointed out to bim.
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
When the testimony of Mr. J. H. Wood is
considered, who testifies that Waimanaln is
worth nothing for pasturage at present, as there
is nothing green on it, it is clear that the amount
of $200. if awarded for damage for trespass on
this land, is excessive, for if the jury found that
defendant's cattle were allowed to remain on this
land an unreasonable time after the lease expired, the damage awarded should have been bat
nominal and not beyond the statutory amount
of 123, els. for each animal.
The reservations in lease No. 3 are as follows:
"These are the places reserved to the party of the
first part ; the fish ponds in said kula land, tuv-infish in them, and two lots intended to be enclosed hereafter : also MnkumeDa adjoining the
eucloeed taro lands : and also that piece between
Kualakai and C. W. Vincent's lot; lhat place
knewn as Ka pa I" hi is also reserved ; the sea
fishery and its rights are also reserved, similar lo
reservation ; also the
Pa eina at Honouliuli and the said enclosure :
and also the cultivuluble land at Poupouwela;
nil of which are reserved and not included in this
lease, hut John Meek's cattle shall uot be molested should they go on to these place reserved
if not fenced in with a Jeuce sufficient to prevent
Poupouwela will still
caitle from trespassing.
remain as in times gone by. and is not intended
tn tie fenced in as Ita situation is good, not needing n fence.
The tabued woods of the mountains of the lands mentioned io this lease are
also reserved to the parly of the first part, but
he, John Meek, can take said tabued wood tor
his own use, as much hs be wishes, but nol lo
dispose of to other parties."
but John Meeks cattle shall not
be molested should they go on to these places
reserved, if not fenced in with u fence sufficient
to prevent cattle from trespassing." fixes the obligation upon the lessor to keep bis reservations
lenced. and us there wus no evidence offered to
the jury to show that this was done, they were
not at liberty to found their verdict upon evidence tbut the cattle of defendant were accus-"oielo gruze and get water on the reserved
It is urged that though the lessor
covenants thut the caitle shall not be considered as trespassing if they shall t'O on the reserved portions, unless fenced, still the evidence
shows that the cattle were continually on one of
these portions, that is 'a aina, for water, und
that ibis is in excess of the license, and there-tur- c
trespass would lie. I am of the opinion this
is not sound, fur there could be no trespass on
Pa aina. unlesd lenced with a fence capuble of
for the unThe law will not allow a pit-fuwary to be thus dug, when it was possible, in
traming the lease, to make the intention of the
lessor lo hold his tenant lo such a liability more
As regards Poupouwela, its aina mnhiai is reserved. This is translated cultivated or
Whichever rendering is taken
there is no evidence thai Dowsett's cattle trespassed upon either the cultivated land or the
land capable of cultivation in Ponuouwelu.
evidence wus confined lo the statement that the
between the 11th
cuttle driven from
and 18th of July were driven from Lihue to water
but Ibere was no
evidence that this water was in the limits of the
I am of the opinion,
jury were not so instructed, that no trespass
could bo maintained even on the aina mabiiii of
Poupouwela, as the clause in reference to immunity Irom trespassing applies to it, and the
lessor disavows his intention of lencing it, as the
situation of the land did not require it. The
legal inference Irom this is, that he tmk the risk
of caitle trespassing on it, though uufenced.
The jury were instructed in regard to the testimony lhat the cattle of defendant hail spread a
thorny acacia over the laud as follows : That the
plaintiff could not recover damages for this if
done while the cattle were lawfully upon the
plaintiffs land, for he mast be held to have
the natural result of the pasturage of cattle
weeds and thorns on his lands,
when he made the lease ; and as regardd acaciu
being Bpread on Waimanulo. the defendant could
only be held liable for whatever damage was
thus done since July 15, 1876, of which there
was no distinct evidence.
The court charged the jury that up to the 15lh
of July, 1876, when the Waimiinulo lease expired, the defendant had tli right of exclusive possession of all Honouliuli except the reserved
portions, but on suggestion of plaintiffs counsel
made the qualification that if the jury found that
there was any portion of Honouliuli conveyed by
lease No. 1 and nol included in lease No. 3 and
by lease No. 4, they might find
that trespass was committed on such portion.
In giving this modification the court had no intention of allowing the jury to infer that there
was any such unleased portion of Honouliuli. for
it had charged the contrary. But this may have
misled the jury, which is to be regretted.
It is apniirent to me thut the jury mii3t have
understood the instructions of the court upon the
evidence of trespass upon any portion of Uonou-liui- i,
except Waimunulo, and as to Waimanalo,
if the verdict was founded upon trespass on this
land, the amount of damage is so c'eorly excessive as to lead to the inference that the jury
based their assessment nt damage on some erroneous principle.
Exercising the sonnd and legal discretion vested in me, 1 am of the opinion that the verdict
should be set aside and a new trial granted,
which is done accordingly.
A. Francis Judd,
Justice Supreme Conrt.
L. McCuIly and E. Preston for plaintiff, A. S.
Hurt well and W. 0 Jones for defendant.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1876.
John Ii. Coney rs. James I. Doicsetl.
On Exceptions to
Decision op Mr. Justice
Present: Chief Justice Allen, Justices Harris
The question upon which the opinion of the
full court is desired, is the construction of the
leases on file in this case.
The arguments of the counsel for the plaintiff
are exceedingly ingenious, and we have given
them full consideration.
Wo have likewise re
viewed and weighed the opinion given bv Mr.
Justice Judd, which is excepted lo and we concur in that opinion fully, seeing no reason for
altering, amending or expanding it.
The jury will be instructed in accordance with
this opinion, in case a new trial is proceeded
Emsha H. Auks,
Ciias. C. Harris,
A. Francis Judd.
E. Preston and L. McCuIly lor plaintiff, A. S.
Hurtwell arid W. C. Jones for defendant.
Honolulu. Dec. 29. 1876.
Tlic Prcnidential Vote.
The London Spectator has fallen into a prevalent misapprehension respecting what it terms
the " mass vole."
It has suited the Democrats
Irom the day after ibe election, to pretend that
in the popular vole Mr. Tilden has a majority
In form, the
exceeding a quarter of a million.
pretension :s not devoid ol plausibility ; in sub
stance it is uotrue. Of the twentv-on- e
States, only four gave Democratic majorities.
amounting in the aggregate lo 5d4U7.
eighteen other States gave Republican majorities, wbicb, in the total, amounted lo 306,805.
In the Northern Slates, therefore. Mr. Hayes
has a net majority over Tilden of not less than
253.335. From ibe sixteen Southern Stales the
returns are incomplete, those from Delaware and
Texas not having been received io m authentic
What we have from the other States
give Tilden a majority at about 44.000.
the approximate resmt ia the two
States, 80.000, and the total Democratic ma
jority, according to the face of the returns, may
Debe set down to round figures it 520.000.
duct the net Republican majority ai the North,
and tbe apparent Democratic majority in the
whole country is something like 266,000.
this majority is apparent only, not real ; that is
to say. it presupposes Ibe occurrence of an election as free d fair in the Southern States as at
the North, and this assumption, as every intelligent man knows, is at variance with the facts.
But for intimidation, violence, and fraud, tbe Republican majority in Soatb Carolina would have
been 20,000, instead of tbe 900 which appears on
the tace of the returns ; In Florida, 10.000, instead of forty-thre- e
it would have
; in Louisiana
been at tsast five times greater than the figures
None of these States is. at
heart, more thoroughly Republican than Alaba
ma and Mississippi, which were secured for Tilden by tbe same system of audacious terrorism
which came so near victory in South Carolina.
With proper protection for tbe colored voters,
Alabama would unquestionably
have yielded a
Republican majority of 10.000. instead of appearing to yield a majority of 33.000 for tbe Democracy ; ami Mississippi, instead of swelling tbe
Democratic column wilb 56.000, would have added to the Republicans a majority considerably
exceeding 30,(KlO Thus, to go no further, the
apparent Tilden majority ol 266.000 dwindles
dowu to 92.000. Fully three fourths of this number would be ubliter.iied ia Georgia alone, if the
formalities of an election had not been reduced to
a mockery by the canning and persistency with
which the Democrats have contrived to disfranchise a large Republican element, and to keep a
still larger element from the polls. All that is
left of even the apparent Tilderi majority disappears befora a knowledge of gross frauds in North
Carolina, Maryland, and West Virginia : while in
old Virginia and Deleware tbe Tilden strength
has been made to look morn formidable ibao it
is by tricks wbich in this country are well understood. .Y. Y. Times.
The Kerivixl of Baslness.
There are unmistakable evidences of the revival of business all over the Eastern Statos. Tbe
depression has been long and severe.
many manufacturing establishments formerly in a
prosperous condition were compelled to cease
operations altogether. Stocks of goods accumulated, many weulthy manufacturers failed, and
thousands of people were thrown out employment. Others found their incomes reduced below
the point ol coinforlable living.
depression has been more severe than any which
has occurred since 1837. There was this difference : In '37 the currency was io a dreadful condition. There was ut thai time no national currency excepl gold and silver, and that was seldom
seen. The greater part of the currency of Western Bunks was at a discount, ranging Irom ten
lo thirty per cent.
During the late depression the country has bad
a currency which wus as good io one Stale as in
another ; bat it was everywhere below par by at
least ten per rent. It has been said in a general
way that production was far ahead of consumption. Bui this solitary tact does not wholly account for the depression.
The truth is. private
bankruptcy from fast living became general.
only was the public indebtedness of the country
enormous, bnt tbe private indebtedness was still
Rents had gono up more than a hungreater.
dred percent.; everything was indued, and the
spirit of this inflation extended everywhere to
private life. There was n vulgar flaunting of
Economy in private life was somelbicg
not to be tolerated.
Private resources were
" honeycombed," and incomes were eaten up
Then came the shrinkage.
because there was no longer ability to meet such
Brown stoue houses stood without
tenants. The man whose income did not exceed
three or four thousand dollars a year, could not
pay it all out for root. He sought less pretentious quarters went into the country perhaps:
economized in various ways, and worked and
waited fur belter times. During all this period
the country wus as rich as ever in natural resources.
Tbe industrial product wus lessened in
some departments and increased
There was less manufaciuring. because the surplus goods were piled up wuiting fur consump-tioBat there was nol an acre loss of cultivated land. Ill fact, there was a continual increase
of agricultural production.
The country was all
the while becoming richer.
had been stopped.
There had been a great many
recoveries from the verge of bankruptcy.
had gone lo the wall, settled with their creditors
as best they cuuld, und hud taken a new start
end were inspired with new hopes.
There is now perceptible all over the Eastern
States a business reaclion. The " young flood"
of prosperity has set in. and. for aught we can
see, this prosperity will continue for some years
But once in about ten years the country is overtaken by a business depression mure or less sever.'. Better times do nol set in unlil there has
of debts and credits, and a
great many business changes.
been one of the few States which has profited in
hard times" in the
an incidental way by the
Immigration wus largely increased, and the growth of town and country in
the matter of population never was greuter. This
immigration has diminished somewhat of late, but
there is still u healthy current setting in this direction.
It is remarkable, too, that tbe business
depression in the Eislern States ditl not much
affect business here. The resources of this coast
us well as th: markets, are isolated, and. at best
are only'remoteiy dependent upon the Atlantic
Importers and Dealers ia
Splendid Line of
GREAT VARIETY OF
Ladies' Bridle Lather Trunks,
Ladies' Leather Covered Saratoga Trunks,
Ladies' State Room Trunks,
Ladies' Composition Truoks,
Cap. Flat Gap. Legal and
stock always on
Thin Overland Post, w't
Real Russia Leather Bags
Uents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks. Revetted t Sewed
Butts and Hinges,
Nowhere in or out
can such an Elegant Display of Leather Ware be teen in any one store,
These goods having oou: in Duty free Lady Purchases will get the Benent of the
Ready for Inspection and Sale on Wednesday next,
JLETT'S DIARIES For
I NT RECEIVED FROM LOXDOX,
reuil or wholesale business
Honolulu, Oct. 24,
overland If necessary
JAMES 8, LEMON.
INDIA RICE MILL,
and Cveful AUmtion.
WM. M. OREJETWOOD,
Merchant and Proprietor ol India
fur aaeasha, win rw.i,
solicited for all grades of Watches of American manufacture. Satisfaction guaranteed in every reaped.
D. WftXOW CLARK.
TO WOOL CROWER8.
BREWER A CO
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
mMtt"t Pic alvmi,
Hates Usas Hues.
BREW KB A CO.
Colored Corals aod Sheik
Large Letter Envelopes,
Tor sale In quantities
- i of i In, make to ha seat
BOILER FEED PUMPS), ajTBl'p Pratm,
DISTILLPRS PI MPS, V ACT I'M PCM'S
Pumps tor Hot or Cold Water, salt Water
aW Price, sad .Cher btewmaUasi (Teas, y
C. BREWER A Co..
me puoiic gi nerally
to the new shop on Merchant
tbat he 1has , moved
ny. HKVWH IO 111 .100. Of WatCh.
r.i,. ravin.,, tw. ah packages from the other Islands addressed to bim, contalnlnr
whit, bo IT and
at good pnrea. Wools oasln. to
spring parocalarly leslred to mate freatkt, market
ED BEtift TO I.1TORM
Pub frB 1st. S I
Per Syren from Boston
UNCLEAN ED RICE.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiia--a
now lu perfect con-
Hulling and Dressing of Paddy
Knowles1 Patent Steam Pump
MISSI0H A FBE10HT STS., SAM FRANCISCO, CAL
Coal Baaaea, Paast .1
3 JUMP SEAT CARRIAGES
Money Parses and Bags
INDIA RICE MILL
gone Material Improvements,
Pearl River Deaixns
Cedar Shingles, spruce Bnarda.
Curled Hair. Paper luun. lib. lo IfTh.
Bungs awl Deck Plugs.
Bleached Aaaoakeag lottos.
FINE AKKDRTME.NT OP LADIES' aud
Bout Mills Ml.ee tinea.
Brown and Bleached Flan Mia,
Prices and other Information given by
C BREWER A CO.. Agents
in. to 4 in
Cora, ring in part of
Mystic Blver Nbetln(s.
TER.TIS A COSVESTI- -
2 TO 6.
Pumps for Hat or Cold Water, Suit
For particulars apply to
of this make to be forwarded
DISTILLERY PI' TIPS.
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
BOILER FEED PUMPS,
in. to 6
Nests of Traoks. four ia s asst.
Ice Chests, Assorted Size.,
Iron A Galvanized
New Bedford Cordage,
ARE RE VOY TO RECEIVE lilt l Kits
Cases Tolauco. ( Kalakaoa's Farorita.)
W. C. PAREE,
J. O. CARTER.
A. B. CLKlHOBSj
and Suitable Store
III f N
For Syron from
New Bedford Oil Shook.,
1 Ship's Caboose,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Sow Due fraaa B
C. BREWER & CO.,
American Bark Ceylon
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
In great vatlety, for ladles and ffenta.
W Prices vary from 20c Is to 93.00, according to finish
UPON LI BE SAL
Ii e C 'i
In cap, post and pocket styles
OF THE CELEBRATED
Quantities to Suit.
C. BREWER & CO.
DIARIES FOR 1877.
thick aud thin qualities,
OFF Eh FOR
THIS FINE LINE OF O00DS
Hooks aad Eyas. Aa
Solid Leather Coat Cases,
Coat and Blanket Straps.
Will Receive Prompt
H. Ml. Whitney.
For Plantation or any Ulnar Usa,
(loot's Russia Dressing Cases.
avar Orders filled at abort notice,
Iron and Tinned Tasks.
Paint and Wbltavuk Brashes,
ot various sues and quality.
Iu the Beat Possible Manner. The Price Cot Ul'LI.I.fe
and units.-:- : .v. PADDT has been Reduced 28 per cent.
Gent's Russia Leather Valises,
Dent's 0. 0. Trunks,
TISSUE AND COPYING PAPERS,
Wall Paper and Border
Uent'i Elegant Solid Sole and Bridle Leather
PAPER, Paddy and Hulled OW
BUND, all slat.
dent's Leather Trunks, Canvass Covered,
SMALL PAIST CHEAP.
Olaas, So. 1x2 aad t.
California and Eastern Doors, all sizes
WHITE LEAD and ZINC
Ladles' Russia Dressing Cases,
dition for the
French Note and Letter Paper,
FOR SHIP USE
Jill ta ileal.;
Clear Nor'West. for Planter's Has
SASH, all sites
Manilla Sohool Bags,
Grain Leather School Bags,
Split Leather School Bags,
Ladies' assorted Colored valises,
Among which may be found,
ruled and plain ot varloui
f6.00 per ream.
EASTERN WHITE PI5X,
Ladies' Princess Alice Bags, with belts,
from 3.50 to
RTJSTIO SIDING-- .
Ladies Solid Sole Leather Trunks, nettled edges,
Ladies' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, sewed edges,
ToBfasd aad Grasvad
Surfaeeii Boards and Plaak.
Ladies Bags and Reticules
FINE WRITING PAPERS.
ENTIRELY NEW STYLES
and style of blndlnir.
and lxS, for
freight money earned by deep-watships is in
the currying trade between this port and European ports. Tbe product of the mines has not
been affected by the stagnation of business on
the other side of the country.
The price of silver has been regulated by a market which was
largely outside of tbe United Slates. The revival of business in tbe Eastern Suites will have
some effect here ; but not in such a direct way
It will be remembered that
as many eappose.
our period of greatest depressions occurred when
there were flush time in the Eastern States ; and
the contrust then was so great that hundreds
hero went over and swallowed the greenback
heresy and boldly advocated a papei currruncy as
the only remedy for the stringent times in California. We recovered from that depression without any help from the other side of the country,
and afterwurd heard the other side of the argu' Obment presented in the Alluntic States.
serve bow California prospers witb an exclusive
When we get that
gold and silver currency.
we shall have a return of good times."
approach Ibe date of specie resumption we have
oncooruging signs of a revival of business ami a
new era of prosperity all over tbe Eastern States.
5. F. Bulletin.
Sasotlior. Boards. Plaak,
American Excelsior and Perpetual Dlariea
AH RECEITIXU BY EVERY ARRIVAL
Planks. Battens. Pickets!
LADIES LEATHER WARE
The surplus produce of the State is mostly
shipped to Europe, und tbe greater part of tbe
to salt and at reciprocity prices.
H. M WHITHEY
OX SALE THE
colored Corals, aad Coral awsraj
brought from Ma
ata la the "Morning tar." ta
anest good, m tads an arse saaa awra. Tneve are ass s
few or each, sad tbos wa was, to sears the asst wtu
W probably aotartogaay aajv.
carton far sals, this will a n
H. M. WHlTHJ.'f-