THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE,
BY HENRY M. WHITNEY,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AS NUM.
Foreign liWtrlWn, S.OO ta SIO.OO.
Office In the now Post Office Building
II Br.l.l J. BALL.
not bar year h. gone to smb. no Mr ;
infaat time Ant lieped th. boon
teaAWr 4Jd.nl dnlttacraov.
Lit. kMtt laid .t rear, th. verdure Ilea.
Bene, h th. in thr .ileal ritm Sow.
Thriraanag Hit. am h, drier from eatr m,
Whit. time glide, by a. ewtflly th. wind.
Aad oaly Mir. hi.
maw. tad or. il pvaavd
Taaa anmn cum, and with bar tying (old,
arev .a. Old Tar. (or thoa an goae at aaet,
aa time ha. km th. on hi. hau-- wing.
Into tne aileat age. of th. aaat;
of a year
aa.i y b.
Thy tuaanl Arrar. t
or the braaaa.
Through the bar. breach
of th. laaflaai Baas.
with aunt frwarniug Ian,
Tat. with a lb aaiai ir.aiiiii af joy;
Tar a.atirr b.iin of aiatarar raara
r aaathfc' faacm and fair dnam dwti oi
Tr hoaiaaly Boar look. down, with aagat rraa,
I ram 0aaaua.
(am of raraaaav
to ta. t ilaaaii
aaih :na aatat.
Ta.: bad. to worbfly banor aad l
Tata; M..f iunt .h.nlno ta.-- t drear.
Aad all oar fadtw. faar. tottar down
WaBr eaawag aarda aatr alBC immortal aoo(
tif aar grast adrhaaa aad atsnaadoo aToofa.
Tb, draaa. af Boarra.
Tho aii Uk a
o'ar Tb. rork of
V. (kaaer aim tb.
fa).. n,r o.
aan WW. w. itaoc
wr birr trot.
Tn..: rollBoan tty
Tub all lay aarrmal lifbt
aiy.aai : artjar. thr I
Thy r.U. that aii.iwi vrwry
Thr Sev Tear's SIkUbks.
Newer croAwM bis t'a. not dou bit
aad r' Arc all alike!" (Aid. aim can de1 1 Aiid
Sioior. QuUpen, tlve pAinsukiog clerk
cfaa.T-.alate At oifbt.
ft eU Lawrar Lautai. ac be
4as la iaa. da; of Uta rear. dipEine aatat At the
tapf of a lepai d.vnmeo: bit liberal patron Aod
mmjiarf bad placed is bit baads in the early
tb. ereniar - Tbank Heaven : be add-hi pen. aod eotwalunw a bupe
ilver bail t tree abicb be palled from A Ibread-bar- e
lob, "I aaal! coos ire: Uiroorb tbit job. aod
vbe- - btr for roar, potauet aod tbe charming
r af Mia. 4j.
And vilfa lbi4 contoitlorr
be recaej bit work with redoubled
Mr Vuytpee was a little man : not so very little a to pass lor a phenomenon bat certainly too
AawaL to be noticed by a recruiting gfMAsiier ser-gea-ct
Hit ooee was quite sharp and gave his
kit bead a iittle
very bird-lik- e
He trad. too. giocerly aad lightly very like a
or A voatut ; aad to rnaaalrle tbe aDAogy,
Ins Bead iewg almost Always snrmoccled by a
pet be kmc a sort of creeled. Wee-jayia- a
taal araa rather comical. Qaillpen had a very
little anil aad three very little children. Bob.
Otnafr aac tbe baby ; tbe last tbe ultimate speed- Ben f the attaaiaaarauio. It was ell for them
taal tiiey ware so ittall. for Qaiilpen obtained his
by driving the qsill for Mr. Latitat
at toar aaiadied dollars a year, to which Mrs.
QatlipBB adaM. trom time to time, certain little
bam demed from making sbtrts and overaiii At
tar rate of aboat tea ceau th million stitches.
tbe- - Mr. Latiut was able to pay more was
ilered tbe minale brain
for he had so tumble ac
of bit own menu, aod was always so
cheerful thai he regarded his salary
ssd was wont play folly to sign little
asses Crcrsa Qaillpen tad Girard
on one side.
or rare convivial occasions would
atvle htaaael; Baron Rothschild. But
taws Isat uue eras very rarely indulged in because
it one arc! his paruetilar crony, a chackle-head- ed caerii at the posto&ae, into a cachioaalory fit
atari was ' rather is the apoplectic line."
Ta lelm la oar maUooa." Simon dog away
at a certais low oaken ooor. opening into
lanaetm't'o of this abode of law and righteous
hehiad wtuch oaken door. At that very
Mr. Laces Latitat, either deeply en- in the solution of some vast legal problem.
on ao on islanding note.
with delight a list of mortgages to
Q latfww imabed bis doenroent. wiped
pet oe a thick velvet batter-fiy- . laid it in tbe
rack above tbe ink. paibed back bis chair from
tae latbie. aUii tbe cambric sleeve from the
rttrt; arm, aad twtoolhed dowa bis wrist beads,
tmvttar nrat pet on bis India rubber overshoes.
The tact a be was very acxioos to get borne, sod
me ooaid aol go witbooi first seeing Mr. Latitat.
TV idea of knocking at Mr. LaUUI's door on
basis i of Ids care, never once occurred to him.
He woold co taat for a client, bat not for hi serf.
oo a series of low coughs, and
aawawsr aa cotice wav takes of them, be dropped
the poker lets tbe caalhod ; tbe noise thus
crash id oc his guilty ear like tb coder, or
rttkar witl tbe roar of a universal earthquake
re- - a,
Latlitat froe bis interior.
- What tbe dtnet are yoa aaasring aneh a racket farT he exclaimed in tones that thrilled to
the heart af bat eaaukije ; then, witboat Beilieg
!- .- t: i
elirbtly glaicei a- - tte table,
aad asked. " bare you got through tbe jobT
- Tata I tar,
yes's," replied the quivering
ti ec. yea eas go. I'm going myself.
oat tbe lighu aod lock tbe room.
Abc m ad aai he bare early
KetbaBg fike beginning tbe N'ew Tear well.
Good cigBV- Mr Latibst. mr
Qwillpen. wiU deepe--
as he saw the great am aboct to
ItV- . air. ooald yoa Vet me have a
V Bight T
hat do voe want of money T" retorted the itrwyer. -- Ob! I "mmm yoa bare a boat
of sm-a- ud
- Xo sir; ae air. taat. tot it." Simon hastened U say.
I bAie"t got sarr bill staredinc- - I
paw as I fax CbAh takes the totr
- None af vosr ccane, rakar
In Favaioaabta "Clothlajt. Rata. Cap.. Boota, Shorn, aad
r.rr rarf.ty of O.ntl.m.n'1 rarnUbtna Good.. I61-l-Snow't
Bnildlna. MrrrhaatSlrt. irnolnla.
no, a. thr I m.
Stationer, News Dealer and
children had made tbe nsual offering of very hard
sugar plums; but in each of
and highly-coloretbe two large stockings, stowed away At the bot- torn, was a roll of back notes, fire hundred dol- lars in each.
" Somebody wants to ruin as '" cried Simon.
bursting into tears. " This is stolen money, and
they want to lay it on to as."
All I know about it," said Mrs. Quillpen, " il
that last night, just before yoo came home, a
sailor man came here with all these things, and
Aaid tbey were for as, and made me promise to
pat them in the stockings, as he directed, and say
nothing about bis visit to you."
"A sailor:'' cried Simon " I bare HI I
I'll be back
think I know who it is. Good-bto break fast ditectJy."
Simon ran to the office, and found, as be an- ticipAted. Mr. Latitat there before him.
" A happy New Year to yon, sir," said he.
" Have you seen your brother V
"1 bave not." replied Mr. Latitat.
Simon then told him all that happened on the
preceding night ; the apparition of tbe sailor
the temptation the money found in the stock-whic- h
iogs. in proof of which be showed the thousand
dollars, and slating hit (ears lhat they had been
stolen, offered to deposit the sum in his employ- er's bands.
" 111 slip that letter in the pott-offic- e
"Keep 'em, shipmate. Ibey were meant for
go home," said Simon sorrowfully, rising as he Jon :" excUimed Mr. Latitat, soddenly and queer-spok- e
And grasping his inseparable umbrella.
Assuming the very voice and look of the nauti- - HaIIo. shipmate '. wbere-awa- y
?" cried A cat brother of tbe preceding ereuiog.
While Simon stared bis eyes out of his head,
hoarse voice, aod Mr. Quillpen became aware of
tbe presence of an "ancient manner," enveloped Mr. Latitat informed him that he bad no brother
that he had disguised hitnelf for the purpose
io a very rough dreadnangbt. and finished off
of palling bis clerk's long-trie- d
fidelity to a tina!
with A large amount of whiskers And tarpaulin.
" I was going home, sir." replied Simon, with test, and, lhat sustained triumphantly,
arded him in the manner we hare seen. He
deferential air of a very little to a very bie
told how. disgusted in early life by the treachery
and ingratitude of fr.ends And relation? who had
"Ay going to clap on hatches And
toll me one thing w hereaway may one find combined to rain him. he had become a misao
cove, a regular land- - disinterested fidelity,
Mr. latitat a aUvtv-goiB- g
shark, d'ye see?"
denial and cheerfulness, had won back his better
- This il Mr. Latitat t office, sir" said Simon. nature, and be wound off. as he shook Quillpen
wsxmiy oy toe nanu, oy Announcing nut oe uao
"Ay and he is within hail I"
raised hit salary to twelve hundred dollars per
"Xo, sir ; be has gone home.''
The srood news slmost killed Simon.
"Slipped his cable, bey ? Jost trv lack !
Well, one mieht snooze comfarUblv on ibis here Tour honor," said he. endeavoring to frame an
lhe! Ton can dear oat, and 1 11 your eicellencT yoo ve gone and ain
done it yon ve
Uke care of tbe shop till morniibT."
was Biron Rothschild be- it
- That would be perfectly inadmissable." said fore, and now no I can't tell what I am it
Simoa; "the idea of a stranger sleeping here!" i0'1 in DO biographical dictionary, and 1 don't
in ,be ' NVe,i,h
"A strattger P cried the sailor. - Why. ship- never mind, said Latitat, laaghing.
mate, yon don 1 happen to know who I am ? Look - po home and tell Mrs. Qaillpen the office won't
aud that 1 shall depend
at me I Doo't yoa find somewhat of a family like- - be open till
mog ! 00 dinoer with yoo all
nets 10 Lucius in my old weather-beate- n
B. TOWmKLTO O'H
I'm his brother
his own blood
brother ! Ton mast a heard him speak of me.
Been crating Around the world in cbsse of Fortune, but could never overhaul bar. Been sick,
hipwrecked. sod now come back as poor as I
went. But Lucius has got enough for both of ns.
How glad he'll be to see me
Wfav. man Alive.
Late Jaxiox, Otux
a cent from him."
Then I'll tell yoa what I'd do," said tbe
Mil I.ItM lit
body io tbe face," answered tbe "ancient mariI raaak yoa a fair offer, shipmate,
it like a hog-sho- re
yoo sre- - Good-nigMuch to hii relief, tbe sailor took himself off.
and Simon, after locking and double locking bis
door, went tO tne pOSIOmCe and deoosited the
letter with which he had been intrusted. As he
lived a great way up on the Xeck. he did not
reach home until After All tbe clocks of the city
bad stroek twelve, ao that he was Able to surprise
his little wife, who was sitting up for him, with a
Be cast a rueful eye at the line of stockings
in the si Ui
hurts; along the mantle-piecorroafully Anoouoeed to bis wife bis
mare to attain mooey of Mr. Latitat
- Here be nothing for the stockings. Meg."
said he, " ualess what tbe poor children pot ia
" I am very sorry," aaid his wife, who bore tbe
fat. A t. CAVrra.
r. c. joxss. ja
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
abs tana Auurs is
t It I
C. WALLER, Proprietor
hack riii.it a co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Ocean Street. Hooolnln. H. I.
HI 1. 1. IX. WOK
WTtlconUaae tbeGeaeralBerchaadiaeaad Shippla baainea,
ran .a.re thwyore prepared to furauh the
jnetly cel. I rated Kawaihae rotator,, aad nrk other Re
cruit, at art reouiroa oy wnmaaaip,, at tar all. I all aorjea
aad oa tbe moat rataitwtblt tn aa, Firewood always on
nrPORTERfi ABD DEALERS IB HARDWARE
Cutlery, Dry Good.. Paint, aod Oil,, aad Qrneral Mer- a, No. ta, alas Utiaal, Hoaoiala.
l. I AtAWI AT,
Comer Queen aod Kaahamana StrawU,
Nuoann St . and corner Fort and Hotel Sir.
8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
om'Oaaaa Street, on. door front Tt.baaataa
1000 CLEAN KEROSENE TIERCES
I'or T nllin. or Oil.
Alto, very Snperior Eastern Pine MOLASSES BARRELS
all ready for oar. Abu, OAK BARRELS AND TIERCES
for eacKiuf Beef. Other CASKS of all deasriptlon. for aale
At tbe Old bland Corner of Klnjc and Hi th. I
J. S. ATHBBT05.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Dlarrboaa, Colica. Ooacb.. Aathata. Rhanmatarat, New
ralgla, Whoopiac Coast. Craaip lli.tr. ... Ac
EXTRACTS PROM MKDICAL OPINIONa
The Rlrbt Una. Earl aaaa.ll coaini.nlcated to tha Colahr.
of Phy.iciana. aod J. T. Dav.nnort. that he bad rec.led la-- f.
rm.l mii in tb. effect taat tha oatr remedy of any aerrkra la
Cholera w,i rill.iuiUDl
iiacf li. 31, las..
Dr. Lowe, Medical Miaaionary In India, reporte (Dee . lfta)
that in nearly ever raa nf Cholera la which Dr J COI.I.I
nil iH NK'.i CULORODTNE wag atlminittered, tha patient
Rvtract from .Vtdical Tiwui, Jan 11 tWli ' CWocodyne (a
preecri la-- l by ar rea of orthodoi medical prartiHonera
courao it wnqld uol thoa ba einnalarly pnpnlar did it n t
'anpply a want and ill a ptatea. '
Kitrart from tha General Bard of Raaltb.
i. aa to
' So atronay are e ronflaced of the
t a efficacy in Cholera.
imroenae valae of thla remedy, that wa raaaot tao fbeclhly
arine the neranwaitr tkf tvdopUac it la all raaaa."
Nne jtennine without the worda " Dr. J.
ill.- - BROWNI" oa the Ooteranent SUntp. Overwhelna-Inp- c
medical teatlmony aecooipaalea each bottle.
33, Oreat RDeaell St.. Blonntahnry, London.
fVld In Botllea at la. tUd., Si. 0d.t and 4a. M
' In New V r it. w. 11. ScaiarriUM tt Co. and J. C.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL
In the I'nltcd States.
King Street, Honolala, Hawaiian Ialanda.
fnil t ittaut
Paints, Oil, sTsils, Salt and Building
Materials, of every kind.
I A I V,
Notary Pablic and Commissiontr
Tor tb. State of Calltaraia.
Co.. Kaahnwiano Street, Hoaolnla.
Bank of Blab op
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
EXGISES, Bngar Mill.,
Iron, Braaa and Lead CaaUnga
Machinery of Every Description,
aar- Maae to Order. TEA
Parti cular Attention pAid to Ship's Blaekimithing
403-l49- - JOB WORK .xocuted on the ahorteat notice.
Particnlar attention given to
otaar Ialanda will be carefailj Attended to.
Thankfal to the Cititeo, of Ilonolala aad the Iaiaada
gtntasfls let their liberal patronage ia th. peat, w. bop. lay
ttrkt atreaftna ta) battens ta aaarit tha laaa fcr th, fatal-- .
or bat. ran tier,
ALL THE DELICACIES
a Dejeuner a la Kuurchette or an Oyator "upper.
mat 11 ineiirap.
can tie M
ter, or DOIItlcai
kltea .a Papuottea. Omelatt. aux Oonfectu ra. Be.
evebvthiwu t ooiirn
H'KS Oil arcWDATS.
Plooao Olvo mo
Chwf Aw cwatt
Cotton aad IIaap Sail Twiae.
Whale and Sparm Oil
P.int. aad Paint Oil.
n - af
will be ssU
lbs Icwes faBSaMe
Por ,al by
BOI.LaSt A CO
For Sale or For Leaae
mm LY l.calwd, with rardaaa, ..tk".at tad rrwrr
tonr.ni.nca. Kaattrt of
Brno TA fl K?lWAt.r M
Star Copper Faint,
Oolden Gate Floor,
raw m. r. MtauaAT.
aa Katra Family,
Polar and Sperm Oil.
BAB I. AH
Columbia River Spring Salmon, 1874
i it M. A.
amail U.t. pa, tad bv W AerT A
Warranted a Splendid Arhem.
Far ati. by
Fresh California Lime,
Fine Assortment of Crackers,
Saloon Pilot Bread,
Od CAHE1 - For
Fruiti and VegaUsUe.
ASSOKTHEBT Of THF
frost tbs fashsrs. Far Sals If
BOI.I.K A CO.
palo. to make thla
First Class in Every Particular
Rieke tak.o in any part of tbe Ialanda oo Wooden Building,
aad at.rcbaadiM stored thereto. Dwelling IKaeea aad Faro,
tare, Timber. Coal., Sbipa in harbor with or witboat cargoi-o- r
under repair. 1488 lyj ED. HOIISCHLAgQEa
Boston Board of rodrrwriters.
AGENT for the HawaiianU. Ialanda,
t f o's Celebrated Factory,
For aal. by
BOLLEH B CO
American Mess Beef, in Bond.
EAFT aar ante by
TEAT BET BP C4JAB CTEEa,
FraabAAdJaetraeeivadby tbe arrival of tba I
raj " Foe taat by
TAR FOR SALE BY
Fresh Eastern Bacon,
PITCH IX BBLfl ABO HE. BBU.
Piuh ia kbit. Ftr sal by
3CHAEFER A 00.
50 CASES COAL
Ageat of Vienna Board of Underwriter,.
Jaaaa, aanaanrt laaaraara Oompaalea within tb. JnriuBctlo.
of tha abor. Aoarda of Gadarwritara, will bar. totxcorU-Aa476-I- y
to by th. abor. agral to waak. tana valid.
Caae. Koaat Motion,
Caoea Bouad Afattoa.
Casta Koaat Veal,
Board of Underwriter,,
Tt HHP IB ABT
SIZES. PTJT CP IB CART00S3,
the ftaaias artiaia.
B0LLR3 A CO.
for taU hy
BOCK TI RTI.II SOUP,
Philadelphia Board of Cnderwriters.
A GENTS for tlte Hawaiian Ialanda,
C. BREWER A CO.
F. A. 8CHAEFEB,
term., for partirriarr
hain Cable,, asserted IttSS.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvaa,
ROOMS CIN BE HID BY THE WEEK OR
Accumulated and Invested Fund, 3,038,111
with or without board.
Ijarg. Roonia to let mr Public
AGENTS for lb. Sandwich Iilanda. and art Hall and
Hentlaaga ar Boeletlra.
aalhorirod to Inure agaitut Fir. upon farorable t.rau.
A. AC. is 12 P. St.
At taatr nialliaria or la th. l oach
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TTJT, ZIHC AND COPPER SMITHS. AND
A grot, of tb. abor. Company, an prepared
Bunanu B tract, bttwssn Hsrchant and Queen toinaurenaka againat Fir., on Stone and Brick Build-lag- .,
and on Iferchandlaa atored ther.io, uo tb,
Hareconsuntlyon hand, Stores, Pipe. Galranized
Iroo Pipe. Plata aad Hoae;Bibue.&top-cocIndia
Rubber Hoa. t.at
in leugthe of
feet, with coapil
aod pip. complete . Batb-TubI
aadaltoa eery largeatock of Tinwareof ereryde- -
Prepared Lime Juice,
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
PRIVATE PARTIES CAE BE SUPPLIED
WWTA BB A BTBB
Hot aad Celt. I.narh",
Early aad LAta
to all port, of the world, and ric. reraa.
AGEBT8 OF THE
Company, bar. been a.thorized to inaure nak,
on Cargo, Freight and Treaanrc, from llocolala
NORTH BRITISH AND
Comer Port and Queen street!
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
HONOLULU, H. I.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Afenl for the Hawaiian Ialanda.
Prune ARB CAUTIONED AOAINST
unfounded .tatemrnln fre.iuentlr Bad., "lhat
tbs torapotition of Crlonopv.a if RAown to Chrro- UU and th. Mwlieal pror.Atioa."
Tha faot it,
was di,enr.r.d and inr.nlad by Dr. J. COL-LI- 8
IIROWNB (m Aray Madieal Hur), and so
aam.d by him, anil it has baffled all attempt, at anal
yii, by tho ftrst Ckaatlitt of tb. day. Tb. m.tbod
and reorat of Ih. pr.par.tion bar. n.v.r b..n
It Is obrioas, therefor., thai aaythln' told
under tht naort. tavt - J. COLI.IS BRUW.NR S
CHI.ORODYNB. is a rpariost n .
P. Wood it. tad
Collit Brownt was uoduubtadlT tht lAVtAlor
inn inraiuai'i. r.metiy pr.mcea qnl.t, ratrniat ,ip.a,
retl.rei Asia, ralatth, ytton, rattorm Ih. deransed
and alinulalea halthy action of lb. Mer.llnn. nf th.
b.fy, without cieatinf any of th,we anplea...! reaall.
tbe ., of oplaa. 014 aadyodwa aaty take It at all
hour, and time, wh.a rmial.il.. Thunwtnda nf paraon. tea.
tify to lu aarrrlloa. rnod .Seel, and wondarfnl car.,, watt,
medical men .a to! iu rtrABt moat eiteaelrory, arias It la
cr.,t i).iantn I.. In th f.dtowina dl.raiie. Cholera, Pya-fcar- y
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
In connecUoa with tbe abor.
J . T. COOKS
Btrrun to Ha
CASTLE & COOKE,
FOR Till; II
O IS THELO
among the memhrr.i
in i.i.i x.n
Fa. CoTiiaiTTo?i and
FLoatL "it-Tfry amwUng for Part iaa.
Rica, TaiTrnsi, and othar
A liberal alWanre to Shipper.
Trade UaU at 8, 9 J nd.
III M M KI. Perfumer
H.R H the Prlnreaia of Walee
58. Strand. W, Recent Street, and 34. C"rnhill.
?artw, and Tt, Klng'a Rnd
by all Pertamerj; Temlnre.
Policies Issued on tho most favorable TermJ
ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELLOR
Oaat Over Hoffmann', Draf Store.
fThe grtatett Risk tahtn cn a Life.20.000
Beef. Mutton and Veal of the Beit .Qaalitr.
lAlao, Salt Pork. Salt Beef, Superior Pork Saasayea, alwaja
on hand aod
at th Lweii Market Price.
MvaU delivered t.- all parti of the City.
Queer. Street, Hoaoiala. H. I.
rnoio: perfiheit, pa.
Loro'i Steam Bakery, No nana 9 tract, Honolulu,
F. W. DrXNE, Piuriii: r.
liR. o. x.
IMPORTXB AMD DEALER IN
Honolulu. Oahn. H. I.
The New Borland Mutual Life Insurance Co., Boston.
Thr K"h.!e Plantation,
Tbe Orecao Packet Line,
Dr. Jayn. A Son', Celebrated The Haiku PlAnlation.
W. H. Bailey', Plantation,
Wheeler A Wilaon'a Sewing; Wataiua Plantation,
by All the World.
dc N an, Draa or FriarM.', Rorit
Ttatn.L. InL.ao-IstA.JortlT CLra, raAnaiTAMa. and other
P.rfame. of .14.1,11. frajreaae..
rtiwan-'LATina.a Wats., dlaillled frotn Mllcham Flow.
ATA, and lwrrorrn rtoaiSA
'or It, aa.f.1 and
Riaaii's Tmiar Visit At,
or Liar Jrica
tbe kalr. erpertally in warm cllmataa.
AoCAhitTut Aw wltllenin Ike teeth refrrablng
the id. nth. atvl .'iinftinw tha brath.
RivaiL'a flirrtatira, HowflT, Wtwr-o- a,
and other TorttT
Tht Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
1. 1 .
traotact a General Banking
Dry Good., Painu, Oil and General atcrchaadiaa,
Corner Fort aod h ins Sta.
Mutual Life Insurance Co
Potatoes and Cheeae, per Miuray. BBBCBaTWEB ABB FOB BALE BT THUS VB-
BXBBAT, FOB SALE BT
BOLLES A CO.
T.VOK WHICH THE HIGHEST PBICB WILL
Mr be paid at tae Bookatore of h.
ud Manila Cordate, all rises.
Patent aad Plaia Bath Bloeks. all
No. 34 Queen Street.
a OOOKE. AQCNT6
for the Hawaiian Hands.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
AOKST FOR THE BRITISH
ii ii .i an
THF. Marine laiuranc. Company, (Llmltedl, hu r.-to rednee the rate, ol tn.nranr.
.n,i Port. In th. Pacific, and Ir now nr.
pared to Iwne rollcle. t th. Inert A" atM, with a peck,
redaction on Frelsbt p" jtteatner.
1 llr.li. 11. tlx 1 tas.
513-jloeaf BVil. he Jfr. far. fa. tiau'led.
jSBaf Famrahl. M
made for .torar. aad ihlpaiwit of ml. mw, Wool. Dfctae aad
aWfiwd. Aatia. !lrw Tar aad
othor Werraandta. to !
oth.r briar. Port,. AaT Caafc Adraarw aaaaa.
O SAAB Ik m CO.
218 California Street, San Francisco.
all luch Bonki and 9ta
as can bs dune here m well tvi eltewhere, aod
tbcretT ilirccllT benefit our caatomer and oorselTM,
SBCOM).- - To Buy mmd Sell Bookt nn-- 9Ullon
try mm to nikke it to the interest of dealsrt aad conium-r- a
to come to - in prvferent?e to wiidins Kaat.
We mnQiifiirtnre and ia port eTcrr deacrlptloti of St
tionery, carrring lai(tt ttocki of Paper, EnvlrpM and Blaak
Biokof oar own manufactore, Inks, Mata,tte.
Over 1,500 varielieaof Blank (orm kept in Stock.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU
Trom s o'rJack
The Basis of Our Business.
Shipping and Commission
Fort are.t, Honolulu
And all kind, of Building Material.,
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
csaa. a. aoaaAi
l'l Ll and t Ol l l.li:
OF SAX F M A
BOOKS A STATIONERY
00 - I II i
Importer of and Dealer ia Dry Qoods and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Xo. 22 Xuuanu Street, near K::t( and under Odd
Honolala, Hawaiian I.Land,.
Importers and Commision Merchants
E. O. BALL A
Ship Chandlen and General Commission Merchants
Av.nt.rnr thePvaloaS.lt Work.
BtxaT a. wimtas.
A. W. PEIRCK
to C. L. RlCBAaM
Thr Proprietor of th. abor. Work, it prepared Io .apply bU
cOAtomera, aad th. pablic ia gearral, with the beet quality
Yellow Sioap. Salt Soap alway. on nanrl.
TV HietMl Vice Ptiifrr Snap Gnu.
F. A. SCHAEFKB A CO.,
af- - Particular attention paid to Cunaurnmenta of I aland
l SOAP WORKsj,
W. J. RAWLINS.
notify lUa trietHla and all tnoavt Uiat are
in TALLOW tVjyrAl-NLlls- .
t hat he Llas now on hand and for aale
j. d. larrn.
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Itlandi.
VI OX. dir. Al'HI CK,
Importers. Wholesale sad Retail Dealers in
Store en Nauam Street,
AndChioaOood. in tacFire-proo- f
C. Brewer A Co. -- Agent, tjt
Atara. Fee. "gah"
It. on .hlpm..... mi- - ABA
THAT KX HAH
403 Front Street, earner of Clay,
man FRAwrrsM-o- .
BEGS LEA VE
DISPATCH LIRE FOR SAM FRARCISCO!
A. P. EVERETT,
a year, payable la advance.
Commi44ion Mercbaata. Plantation aad Insurance
Honolotn. liawaii.n Iilanda.
for th. Kaokoa will ba
. of charta. Tub
rendered io Hawaiian. If d .ireit.
room of th.
lication office. In the lower rlf
ftiouid or assraaasa to
H. M WII1TNET. Pnbll.h.r.
Adr.rlla.in.ntr and Commnnie.tlon,
aa Ford Slor..
round ruler, and a commanding attitude. " Don't
yoa come anigh aac, or there'll be a case of justifiable homicide here. How dare you counsel me
to commit a robbery on your own brother f I
wonder yoa Ain't Ashamed to look me in the
" A chap as has cruised as many years as I
have ia tbe low latitudes ain't Afraid to look Any-
Bill, Promptly Collected.
H'W Oop of sirtimr
f ow coming in. and for sale in qcan- Labor
Edition, 4,800 Copies
WEEKLY NEWSP1PIR, PRINTED
" I'd overhaul some of hie letters. Steam will open a wafer, and a bot knife-blad- e
I'd overhaul bis money-lette- rs
pay myself. Ha ! ha ! do yoa take ? N
letter you've got in your fin, my boy, looks very
moch like a dokiment chock-fal- l
What do yoa say to making prize of 'em ':
Wouldn't it be a jolly go I"
"Staivd oUI" Aaid Simon, Assuming a heavy
Comer of Hotcdwand Fort Strreta.
M BRIT OF AT.CH,
- alway. to be found at the Bar.
r, a raira.
a. w. laixb.
CROP NOW COMING IN.
qnantiti.s to snit parebattrt, by
C. BREWER A CO.. Afantf.
Agents and Wholesale
Dealers in General Merchandise.
Queen St., next to th.OnV. of J. 1, rKjw..tt. Rk fly
RT LETT SALOON,
H. HACK FBI. D
salt in qnantltlad te suit by
Importers and Committion
Lloyd", and th. Lirerriool tTad.rwrft.ra,
British and Forrian Maria, tn.uranc. Company, and
asp to Km rot
Interior Ofliee. Honolulu
to Uke Acknowledgments for
TIIEO. H. U ATI U.S.
HI. Pi. UR1ABAI TI A CO..
IKPOETEES ASS WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fa.hinnabl. Clotbiiur. Hats, Cap.. Boot.. Shoe, and
e,ei J variety of Oentlem.n". snperior Fnrni.hine Gowda.
Store la kfakee". Block Queen Street, Honolulu, U. I.
AND BILLS COLLECTED,
Drafting, Bookkeeping, Copying.
oik i..r Bnsint
aao fraeraf Cbaainion ear t
Queen Street. Benulals. D. I.
former OflVe. over Henry M. Whltney'e
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Merchant Street. Honolulu,
J. W. AuUa
in and for
RICHARD F. BICKER
II. UITCIH OCK,
torjrr raw arvooantaa
ral prof-rtgrot, in Lfn4oa, and In all part of Anatralia.
Book Stor, Mertbaot Street,
Simon bad his doubts about lhat matter, but
told tbe sailor to come in the morning and see.
- That I will," aaid the tar. " aod start him op
with a rousing Happy New Year
Bui 1 say.
shipmate. I don't wan't to sleep in the watch-boose- .
Have yoa never a shilling Abont yoor
Simon answered thAt be hsdn't got a cent
" Why ? Don't lhat brother of mine give yon
good wages I"
Enormous !" said Simon.
" Wbal becomes of it all IT
" I spend it all I'm very extravagant," said
Simon, shaking his bead. "And iben. I'm sorry
to say. your brother is not always punctual in his
for instance, I couldn't get
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
nVMPHKLI. .V TI RTO. ProDrietor.
V t r ip ..f Sugr of op.rir qaalitr, aoa eoatinf
with th. p.;. aBaa
gl... I. tit. .1 m aeale, 4
III. ... Th. rate, of
rrmlttanrM for adr.rl lwt.tU or aalau lliant awry a. naw.
in powta(. ilaaip. ar rota
Willi. Letter of Attoracy, 1um, Mortpc. and
aim, avdriM tn all braacb
cf Lav, and Icndi
Fort St.. ahor.O.1.1
aad C.nrla. nromnll.
IN aad for tale
SUGAR NOWto COMIN
salt por.has.r9 hj
Dra. Stor., corear of Port and H -' y St,.
Third ofColeain ..
WHOLE NO. 520.
Slr.hr 4 Co-- 'i
Chifly was seated nearly on his hea l and baby
was crowing in its crAdle. Happy New Years
" Ob. dear papA and
and kisses were exchanged.
mamma P cried Bobby, " what a beautiful horse
I fonnd in my stocking !"
" And what a beautiful wax doll wi'h eyes
that move in mine," said Cliffy and such a
splendid rattle and coral in baby's. Go, do go
down and see what there is in yours."
" Tbis is some of your work, little woman."
whispered Simon to his wife. But the little
woman denied it emphatically.
he hurried down to the breakfast-room- .
l"T 8 Sal
tost t m
Ml It MUM MM
4Avl eSSUASsI tSVSlieSS
mi io m u ol i ssi at m m m
u ooiu i 4 mi M mm 4 rs oa
MLIn..- -ii Kta
J1 Ui"--J Incbta
rata.. wera ara
DR. jTIOTT SMITH,
II a MA",
cr-- rtt- w- oarda.
1M . dlarwaat rraa,
.jT.rtM.nrnt. when paid
with yoor own hands as yoo go home."
"And you can't let me bare a trifle T" gasped
" Not a cent P snarled the lawyer, and he
slammed the door behind him, and went heavily
down the stairs.
" I wonder how it feels to punch a man's bead."
said Simon, as be stood rooted to the spot where
Mr. Latitat lelt him. " lt' illegal it's Acuona- ble : there Are fines and penalties provided bv tbe
statute ; but it seems as if there were cases thai
might justify tbe operation
morally. But then,
again what good woold il do to punch his head ?
Punching his bead wouldn't get me the money
and if I was to try it on. finding that the licks
didn't briog out tbe cash. I might be tempted to
help myself to the eaah. Aud that would be high- way robbery ; and when the punchee ventured to
suggest that, the puncher might be tempted to
sileDce him. 0 Ldrd that's tbe way tbee mur- ders in tbe first degree happen ; and 1 think that
I was Almost oa tbe point of taking tbe first step.
I really think I look a little like Babe, the pi- rate." Added the poor man. glancing at his mild
bat disturbed features in the glta ; or like "Cap-tain Kid.., or leastways like Country McOlasky
a regalar bruiser 1"
Sitting down belore tbe grate, and stirring it
feebly with the poker, he tried to devise some
feasible plan for supplying the vacuum in bis
He might borrow, bat then all his
frieodi were very poor And particularly hard op
at tbis particular ataoor, of the year. Tbe boll's
eye watch might have bet n " spooled." if be had
foresees this contingency; bet every avuncular
relative was now at tbis honr of the night snug
Purchasing on credit
in bed, to a dead ceruiotv.
was not to be thought of. aod the only toyshop
kept open late enongh for bis purpose was
kept by a man to whom he wag totally unknown.
Time galloped on, meanwhile, and the half-ho-
. nhed in beautr iwnbtn;
B ttf roar, ud th. new. mown bar
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30,
Reserve it lor yonr loose com- announcement mnch better than he Anticipated ;
If not to par bills, whtt for
hut we'll have A happy New Year for all that."
" rieaae. tir.
Simon's roasted potatoes were completely
e. that is Mr. Q. And myself.
charred, he had been detained so late ; bat there
WAOt to pot Aometbing io the children '
was a little meal in the center of each, and charThen pot the children's legs in 'em!" said coal is not at all unhealthy.
He went to bed.
the lawyer with a grin.
no payment and in spite of his cares, slept the sleep of the
to be osed for ny sneb ridicnloas porposes. just.
Good night. Yet, stay take this letter there s
A confused babbling awoke him at daylight.
Master Hobby was standing on his stomach. Mist
money in it a large Amount pot it in the
m , ...p
m lb. rm lore,
aont ttd ply
It null of Jot n4
'Tt. F o. wber. other .ear. hare gnee before.
JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. L
t aliforaia Brick.
Por aal. by
ing who may answer a general description, mbrht
greatly embarrass tbe due ex rest low of the trust.
Courts of Eanltv will dispense with, all the credit
ora and others Intereated la tfea) trust being mads
direct parties. And It will be same lent. If tbe bill
v,m i iiiuvn
ia tiro tight to enforce Ike doe execution or the trust,
nifu, e'l title- - uuinneu iwa
taat It should tie broatfat on behalf or all Istsreat- the boiling lava seems to How out through subed. BurrTII on assignments, chap. Si, la to the same
terranean channels, exposing immense caverns
en overy side, under the precipices,
The casss whence these text writers dednee this
with the most intense heat and brilliancy,
doctrine, are TOakrman va, Grovrr, 4 Paige eh. R
which no one can long gaxe at. The size of 93; Bryant aed Russell, 38 Pick., SOS; Houghton
Lair Kilauea must be five or six hundred fset
vs. Darts, SS Me. 3S.
Where the creditor la not seeking to enforra tbe
in length by three hundred or more in width.
The older lako of Halemaumau was also trust, bat ia acting in hostility to the assignment,
It on the ground of fraud or other
very active, bul the smoke and gases around it illegalitytoIt avoid
la not necessary that all creditora ehonld
were so thick as to forbid approach,
be made parties, for in thla olass of ram lb astimes, when the wind is favorable, it can bo signee himself aafBcicntly rspresents lbs other
visited. The wall or precipice which
creditors. Waketaan r O rover, above cited, and
RIR va. Marrav, 3 Jobae ch. S6S.
these active lakes is not less than fifCounsel for Plaintiff contmils that Slllnway vs.
Columbia In. Co., S liray, ISO; Moodr vs. thy, IS
The entire space enclosed by this wall may
Gray, 5T; Barry
Abbot rt al, 100 Vast., 336,
properly be tatter) " the old south lake," and are authorities that a creditor may Institute uth a
I am toltl that at times of unusual volcanic acsalt for Mmeelf alone and that It la not necessary to
tivity, it is all in action, and even fills up ami be brought tor himself and all other creditors.
Rot these case are merely the judicial construe
overflows its rim. These overflows must occur very suddenly, antl singularly enough they tlon of Mass. Statutes of 1831, c. 306, aad ISM. e.
The Supreme Jmllrl.il
"t, where these words
have always taken place when no one was visCourt shall hare Jurisdiction In equity, upon a bill
iting the scene. The sight of these ladling bv
to reach and apply In payment nf a
- a .. .a. , ' ,m I. I.I ,., l,i
cauldrons, their constant changes, their rising
and falling, the spouting and dashing of the partos: to brings " creditors hill" by himself alone.
In thr Stair of Masaachtisrtt before the enactlava like surf on a shore, antl the intense bril-lan- cy
statute of 1831, It waa held that wbra
of the blood-re- d
molten mass form a ment of tbla
a creditor " seeks to carry Into effect an aaeigniutnt
sight worth going a long distance to witness.
la trust for the benefit of creditor, and to obraia
No one can forget the grant) picture ho sees his proportion of tbe trust fund, he la bouad to
Or aoraa of lb
make all the creditor
Another noticeable change which has taken creditora may sue In bebalf of themselves, sod the
place Is Uie gradual formation of the hill in other creditor who may coma Id and obtain satisequally with the plaintiffs
the middle, or rather on the summit, of which faction ol their demands
In the suit"
are now located the two active lakea. It must
In thla esse Wilde, J. says, "Tbla form of probe at least two hundred feet above the bottom, of ceeding, While It prevents delay, and tho mulllpll
the sunken basin. A native informed me that city of antta which arc never encouraged, fsrniahca
where Lake Kilauea now is was a targe cone tbe Court at once with tbe mean of admlnlatertng
equal Justice to all partlca Intereated. Bryant rs.
in constant action, similar to those so frequentRussell, 33 Pick., 533.
ly met in the crater. This cone suddenly fell
Tbe caae of Houghton vs. Davis, above elted,
in, and in its place waa formed a lake, at first
gives aa a reason why all creditor should be made
quite small, which has gradually increased in parties; that In such rases, each creditor la to bs
size, by its hanks caving in, till now it is five paid pro rata and the rights nf all creditors will be
or six hundred feet in extent. No one visiting affected by decree which may lessen er enlarge the
this wonderful crater can doubt that fires aro number of creditora and tbe amount ol debta oa
a dividend may tie made. The proportion of
burning constantly beneath its entire extent. which
one creditor cannot be determined and extracted
If we may judge from the record of forty or from the common land without deciding upon the
fifty years, there is no more danger now than
proportion that would be payable to each of the
there has been in years past, in visiting every other.
The Court Is not In a position to make a decree
part of it. About the time of the great earthquake and eruption in 180S, there were no less awarding to the plaintiff a certain per ccntage oa
his claim without ascertaining what are tbe claims
than thirteen lava lakes in various parts of of other creditors whose positions must be
identicthiB crater, which fact clearly shows its conal with the plaintiff1, If he la entitled to have this
nection with the central chimneys of Mauna treat enforced ; tbey are therefore necessary parties.
I deem an allegation Hke tbo one set forth in tbe
Loa, from which that eruption burst out.
The return from the lakes to the hotel is demurrer necessary in a bill of tbla kind, bat, at
thla defect ia not fatal, will permit aucb an amendmuch more exhausting than the walk down,
ment to be made, on payment of coat.
especially the ascent, where the traveler has
A motion to amend may be made or tbe bill disabout one thousand feot of precipitous climb
A. 8. Hartwell for Plaintiff.
ing to surmount. Some one in the record
K. H. Stanley for Defendants.
book tolls very forcibly the experience of most
A. Faascta Jmn,
visitors, when he says that the distance from
Justice of the Soprrme Court,
the hotel to the lakes is two and a half miles,
Honolulu, Dec. 24, 1S74.
but from the lakes to the hotel seven and a
besides him have found his
X H W ADVERTISEMENTS.
record too true.
THE I, Y K1 aj Jwaeph Maanre af tax Ma.
The weather wsb charming during our stay
clety of Friends
here, the atmosphere clear as a mirror, and the last day of the" year atwill
7:SO P. M. Also on tsunday the
as bracing and invigorating as that of more
P. M. All have a cordial Invitation.
rd of January, at
The mercury in the thernorthern latitudes.
EDWARD X. II
mometer fell to 17 s, and it took no stretch of
Attorney and Solicitor,
fancy the heavy dew
ITIff ORIXKD TO I.KMS l ROS RQ.SOO
IH In ASrO.OOO,
on Mortastre .if Freehold at lowest rau-- s
covered the grass to be frost. The grand old
of Interval. BSaf Aaenta In Iondon, and lit all pant of
i iilli- - on
Port Street, (oppoafU Mr. Ira Rlehardmit's
day nnd night, with their summits covered Stores Honolulu.
cauldron, which was incessantly spouting, ami
The Cauadians have pleaded londlv and
Here, as elsewhere throughout the civilized
for a reciprocity treaty with the Tutted
SnM, this Ynrtivorsarv is kept
and festive dav, to which the ynimg look for- State,. We suppoa, that moat American.
ward for weeks with eager anticipations, a have been willing that such a treaty should be
almost the only Hay in the calendar worfti contracted, but in such a manner that it should
remembering ; while the older portion of the not be like the bargain of the white man and
community strive in a thousand wavs to make the Indian, in which the white man was to
H a. H
IMeenhntti the nrem Rflrrnl.
ay th. Ittb at jMwywuw
best time to subscribe. VTe hope to receive
M pleasant as possible to every member of have the turkey, and the Indian the turkey
aaaTrbTlvkw tllli'wai a rawed
the household. Christmas Kve was one of the btiTiard. They did not desire that, in extendmany new names to our list.
W. L. Mnawoxva.
nights ing to Canada the Itenefit of a reciprocity
of the man
MmWur f Iniertor
bright full moon treaty, all the advantages of it should enure
have bM Ihh dV npoimed
for th. daurkt of Knlo and
rise om the eastern hills, carrying our to her benefit. Finally, a treaty has been
B. Wee. M. Kate, and IUdM
W. 1. Jle.rw.iNrs.
thoughts hack to the shepherds wntrJiing their agreed npoar to the extent of drnwring up the
Km- Mi MK
MIiiS iliraf iBWWor
term, or the basis of them. What they are
flocks, when ttiey were startled with the bril'KM JOrKXAL,
liant star that apjieared and proclaimed the we do not kmow exactly, but snpptwe they
awwaaard be the Board
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROfiRESS.
to both rwrth. But they seem not to
birth of Israel's Hedeemer. Not a cloud was
Ttrwaf ftiUlMltlalJ SurTH. Saxrrtary.
l found from boriton to ronith, while the satisfy some of the people who have boon so
Pl'RLlSREP AVT KrITKI TfY
thermometer dropped to about sixty, as if to long and ardently crying out for the treaty.
kt V. . Kalararmcr bar th!- - de km apr.. Mat
remind every one of the chilly nights in colder Now they oppose its acceptance.
Y M . W HITNEV
lb. drWrtrt f rona. xwarul af
H 1. H..I.C.T
aaak la aaaar af Mr. J. Ui.
But the great objection cornea from the Britlatitudes.
Mn. w of Interior.
Chambers of ComThe usual midnight service waa omitted at ish at home. Fifty-tw- o
Va: br !wnt as the OSr of tfc Intrrior IVpartmrnl
Roman CatholicjChitrch, on aceoitnt of the merce joined and seat their representatives or
araar aM f taw "rSB IlvY of the nr,- n
His RovALlliARNitss thk Phinck Rkokvt
H aUT tir of lb bast uaTity t..
reiairs g. 'iug on in the interior of the building, delegates to Lrd Dcrbyato object to the treaty.
rimn far oar Yvar from iht an: dy of Janu will receive the citizens of Honolulu,
the early morning services were held and They fear that if the Canadians are allowed to
January- - 11, in the Legislature Hall, at
negotiate a treaty wilh the Vttitod States that
aw aatasred arfii b abeaii In lam. pat
also at half past ten in the foreinion. His Lordbe JaEl al tbe Imu
SauL aaak Shaw
Aliiolani Honsc, between the hours of 12 ami
a th. J ali afcall Jiracu and be shall
Maigret performed high mass in it may and will interfere with their own trade.
2 r. K. The birthday .f His Uoyal Highness
And that would never do, " yon know." The
A aba of Oam Tweajaajrr TaiiXsa will ha raqalrrd of
the presence of a large ctirrgregmtion.
t omes this year on Sunday the 10th, but Mw-da- y
k. a ton. u
u aaarued fur Ibe fuia.lAt St. Andrew's Cathedral on Christmas general argument or objection made by these
will be observed as such. We doubt not
TV tf i ai uiaia I wars aat Mad Uarf an arenM tin-- lowKve, evening prayers were said at half past representative men was that they did not wish
Bfokaoxt-that all will esteem it a pleasure to pay their
to see England placed on nn inequality with
Mlubrbr of Interior.
seven. On Christmas Day the Holy Commurespects to the Prince Regent on the oceasioii.
nion was cerebrated at half-pasix in the the Cnited States, and they claimed that such
The Utt of January will lie observed as a
helnc National Holiday's.
morning in the Hawaiian language, and at half would be the ease under the clauses of the
ar by mmn it wa la arret) wars a.ib.,ned below. All national holiday.
past seven with choral service in the Knglish, treaty should it be agreed to. To this Lord
seniirai leiiig preached bv tbe Bishop. At Derby replied denying that such would
Tx our report of the King's stay in CaliforU MOKIION-fAwere said in effect of the treaty. While the representaeleven o'clock mormrrg-prayeMinaiter of aulrrior.
OOn. Not. JC. irrt.
nia, we omitted to note his visit to the navy
Chambers of Commerce
tives of those
Knglish, when a Christmas sermon was preachMare Island. He was eonveyed thither
AS VACATION of yard at
ed bv the Rev. K. Duune, M. A. At noonday spako as they seem only capable of doindr,
t Knrlttb law Schools In llun'alu. a 01 ri
in the steamer Bcnicia, Captain Hopkins, and
ll- - amita.n to
al Jauaary nrxx.
a celebration of the Hnly Communion again from a merely commercial,
on TbarH-iata. fV. TWatl af thr Nra
arrived off Mare Island at 1 P. tat., of Decema sensius
rook place. Evensong was said at four o'clock
Txa, 117a. By order of Ihv Board of Education.
ber 2. His Majesty landed under a royal
W. JaB. HjfTTH.
ble gentleman, an Englishman, but still a
; and at
Xot. aa. 1IC4.
aalute with the yards of all the war ships
half past seven in English, a sennon being statesman.
Naaar I .pon thr prtltlon manned. As the King landed on Mare Island, preached by the Rev. W. Caldcr.
He gave the Committee to understand that
ASKtrtT. of Norm Ecdiala.
aruirai forth the marines were drawn up in order at the
frl: l praawT lauiHnal harm- at nuKoaatlcn GcaltaKl
Church, a special effort Canada had some interest in the treaty, as well
All the officers of the navy
an", that tkr aamr of t. Aatiul. by whkrh br
The relations of
as have British trailers.
baa ham Alaram Ui that Kingdom, tat Dot bat own prtiptT
was made to entertain the children of the
aaoat and pray tar thai Rr Mataaty In Frhry Coum U yard and of tlie vessels in the harbor were
must he taken
vaaM rbanei that
present in full dress to receive their distinthe )Ti rbirmi of tttapter XXX ol ttt
ir. arcardanc-wltlthe church was filled, the scholars occupying into account, and England is Ixiund to place no
I II l
af ItTS; Hbtltajaaty Ute Kioc. lu Privy Uotinrll guished visitor. The shore was thronged with
a aha rrtlt Aar of Mar. A P. 1ST4. did oarre. that
unnecessary restrictisns in the way of interthe front seats. The pastor made a short adnf T. Aaarnt be rbanrad td TTIrOerlr-Admiral J. K tigers' residence
course lietween tao people of Canada and her
W. 1.. Mokhom i.
a prajaU aar.
was beautifully decorated with evergreens and
Ibicnur uOtor, Nov. 3, 1R4.
ladies appeared in front of the pulpit, each neighbors. The fact seems quite plain to us
flags. The Admiral met his guest on his arriJCortrr Parlie dratrou of rmploylra; apprmtlcrs to
a brilliant sash representing one of that these Brit Mi merchants, manufacturers,
val and presented the officers ; after which be
awarr. Jf.caaairaT TVadV. may do ao by apptyLoc to Ui
colors of the rainliow. After recit- traders ami shopmen in London, Manchester
Board of Kdaoatiot.. wbi. has uodrr lot control at thr In
escorted him to his residence, where a collarl ami ad and Rrformatnrr Krtaoo! at Kronrala. Kapalama.
ing verses of scripture, in which allusion was and elsewhere, care more for their own trade
bora af aa-rlirtbir for tion was jtartaken of. After this the party ref" from - yean upwarda.
the proa)ority of Canada.
ttw it. Tirttiror.
to the color displayed by each, the whole than they do
turned to the Benicia, highly delighted with
PmtdeDl of the Board of Kducallon.
in singing a song commencing, "This is And there is jdst where the shoe pinches.
i. ilOabot. Itffjcr, (ictotKt . 1U4,
They desire the Canadian trade, all of it, and
the way the rainlniw comet down."
do not contemplate, with any degree of grace,
Ok our fourth page we give an abstract of
Kt Wb. Jaaarrr. iTilef k of the Departmcnl ob-of
Mr. the proposition of allowing the Yankees to enAffair, t
so much of President Grant's message as had room, the siiperintondent of the school,
joy any portion of it. This is natural, of
ananb tortbt linmnl In thr boon.- aillocn received in San Francisco up to the sail..
:. .. - .. ni
jotninr Ui. y,.mc
would lie welcome
there might not le course, antl (terhaps we should not complain.
tar Hanrum am becalaitaTucd a ith Uie nam. of llir letMcr. ing of the mail steamer on the 6th inst. The
Nevertheless, it would seoui that the CanadiBut
r will br alad!y rvo4r4. and aba) cataJtartird with
was wholly unMessage was delivered to Congress on the af
donor. Old Hawaiian tmplonietitit. Drean
who have to pay their own way, should
t teuatat. Haw alinn Mlarrali and prtternoon of the 7th. It will be seen that he ur
ar, parti. ttlarly
soon as the folding doors lie allowed to have a voice in making treaties
AS K KIBHoe.
ges very strongly the resumption f specie
Pitaidwit of Lba Board of l..:u.Uon.
were thrown back, a magnificent scene burst on which their own prosperity, they believe,
payments, and it is probable that Congress
OeVr of the rtnrran of Pnhlte Instroction.
the view of the audience.
Two large depends. Alia.
will sustain his recommendations, and take
some action. There has l.een a large falling
Editorial Correapondrnci'-l- o,
r onri-- In Equity.
off in the revenue
duties, the receipts
millions less ilian
Dec 23 J. T. Waturkouee Vi D. 1: and E. G. 1874 having been
December, 1871. )
Between and beyond the trees was seen the
Hitcbiock, and A. 5. Clegborn, asignecs ol the es- in 1872. The Seoretarv of the Treasury fa
It was ton o'clock when we mounted our
tate of Siemaon & Conwaj. Before Mr. Juaticc vors the restoration of the duty on coffee and motto "Glory to God in the highest." Around
horses, and left Hilo,
Jcbd. Aitamen' on demurrer to tbe bill, on the
floral pyramids the army of scholars fresh and
Si 8.000,000 revenue these
in the tea, which produced some
gTOBod af LiiaafficiUHTr ol parlies
bound to the volcano. The details of the ride
salt. Tbe Court,, alter hearing tbe argutueute ol at the time it was abolished. It is doubtful wonder ami delight, when suddenly a loud rap are an old story, and we skip over them, with
whether any reductions will la? made at the
t oanart, iatnd its decision.
the remark that every traveler bound to Kilauea
whs heard at the window, " and such a clat9tlb Tbe Court delifeted it deeUlon sustaiuing present session in the duties levied on any im
should 1k well provided against the cold rain
ports. The next Congress will probably at
which is invariably met on the road. If he
of coals of bearing, or the bill to be diamiseed.
(See deaHalM.) A S. Uartwell for complaiuBtil ; K.
fur robe and cap all covered with white, ami, es apes it he is fortunate, nB fair weather is
II. StasleT lur defeudatrU.
flourishing a whip in his hand, startled every the exception. Ourcompany fortunately
With this number closes the tenth volume one in the room, some of the children sboaring
travelerw, itielrhliug Her Royal
Dec 23d GuardLuaUip ot Joe Us Ksiukau, a mi- of the Hawaiian Gaikttk, and with it the
An rngemons arrangement has been made
Mrs. Dominls, Governor Kipi and
nor Bclorr Mr. Jutlce HaJtaia. Petition for tbe year 1874. The year now ending
use of to supply fresh water, which has proved
A Mttle old drlTrr. bo lirrly and quick,
Aldrich, Judge Lyman and others very
appoint mrM of a new guardian to tbe place of Hon.
successful. A cistern is constructed near
I krjrw in a moment it mul
Tbe Court cxamiued and ap most eventful one for our little Kingdom.
a total of alsuit sixteen, all accustomed to
A. F. Jodd. rrtbraed.
waa dressed all in fur front head to his font,
ledges back of the hotel, with a roof
proved the aceounte of Ure late guardian and ordered Scarcely had it commenced when the death of
island campaigning, and to this rough volcano
At. hi clothes were all tarnMtedwtth athas and soot;
it, on which tho steam condenses, and
letters of guardianablp to be Issued to J. D. Robin-so- King Lunalilo was announced, and the nation
A boodle of t.iy br had
roatl in particular.
flows into the cistern. By this means and the
upon bis filing a band in the sum of $500.
was called to mourn its favorite and chosen
And be looked like a pooler juat opening hie pack,
Late in the evening the party arrived at the
Dec 3d Estate of Maluaikoo, deceased Petition head. This
how they twinkled
occasional showers, a perpetual and abundant
was followed by the stirring
hotel, to find a hearty welcome from the manalife cheeks were like rosea, bis noae like a cherry ;
supply of the purest water is obtained.
of n. DimoBd, tbat J. Porter Green be appointed events connected with the election of King
Hat droll Ihtft month wan drawn up like a how.
gers, Messrs. Stackpolc antl Oilman, who had
The hotel is most admirably kept, and no
administrator of tbia estate. The Court ordered letThen came the Legislative session
And the baanl oa his chin was as white as the saow.
been expecting us, and had prepared a cheerful visitor can complain where he finds every comters ot administration to be issued to J. Porter
He had a bread fnce and a little;nuod belly
fort provided for him as he does here, and on
Green upon bis fillnrj a bond In the sum of (WO. with its baneful demoralizing influence on the
fire in the
and what very
That ehook when ho laughed, like a bowl full of Jelly.
reasonable terms. With a good roatl conlnreotorj to be filed in SO daya, and notice to credrepresentatives and the people. Last, though
He wan chnliby aad pfcaaaj a right jolly old elf;
was more relishing, an excellent snpper. A necting with Hilo, which could lie traveled in
itors to be advertised for lour auceetsive weeks in not least, was the noble plan of the King to go
And I luiglicd when I saw him in spite of myself.
fatiguing ride of ten hours, with the thermomfour or five hours, hundreds would visit Kitbe Hawaiian Gazette and Kuokoa newspapers.
his eya, aud a tait of hia bead.
himself in erson to Washington to see what
eter at 503, is sufficient to insure a sound sleep, lauea where tens do now. Such a road onght
Soon gare me to know 1 bad nothing to dread."
3tb Estate of Maria Ogdcn, deceased Before could be done to restore prosperity to the iswhich travelers are sure to find here, where to be among the early improvements made by
N. Castle lor setMr. Justice Ji dd. Petition of
His shrill, Fyfc-lik- c
voice soon made friends
the government, using in its construction the
tlement of final accounts nd discharge as executor. lands. The year closes, with His Majesty of every child in the room, when lie scattered everything is so comfortable and homc-HkIn
labor of prisoners convicted on Hawaii.
Tbe Court approved the accounts and ordered a probably enjoying the hospitality of the
Pole's furnace, to sec which was the great this way it could lie built within four years at
his gifts right and left, accompanying them
supplemental account to be tiled, showing the final Head of the American Nation in Washingobject of our visit, was active during the night, a very moderate cost ; and the increased revedistribution ol the property with receipts tor tbe ton. Most devoutly do we pray that He may with some witty remark that kept the boys and
deand from the hotel it was easy to see that there nue which the government steamer would
girls all in good humor. Tho trees were elesame, after which an order will be made discharging be
rive from increased travel to the volcano would
successful in the objects of his mission, and
gantly decorated, and probably were the most were two principal lakes in fusion, with lesser not be less than live thousand dollars a year.
Soon after breakfast the
Estate of Merer P. Whitney, deceased Before that He may not only succeed in securing a showy Christmas trees ever gotten up here in fires around them.
H. II. W.
Mr. Justice Hajuus. Petition of H. M. IVbitncy commercial treaty advantageous to his people Honolulu.
one, on which were the guide announced himself ready, and the
Kaudaeu, executors, for settlement of
and his kingdom, but that
himself may be
Suprrmi Co art
and more elegant gifts of the girls, was party formed into line for the descent into the
counts and discharge. Tbe Court examines and ap- benefited by what he sees and hears, and may richer
of the two. Over
af. T. Wattrhoune tw. D. H. Hilcheoek, E. O. UUehmck
proves tbe accounts, and the executors will be dis- return with nobler and more exalted purposes
three hundred presents were distributed among since 1864, when my last previous visit was ami A. S. Cleghnrn, Autlgnrt of iSarmarn e Convoy.
charged on filing receipts of Mrs. Popuc, 6. W.
to establish justice and right, and to frown on
Before Mr. Jnetlce Jcdd, at Chambers.
Whitney and Emily E. McCall for (1,092.89 each, as
the children, some receiving quite a number. made. Sot only have there been several flowB
corruption and evil, whenever and wherever
devisee under the will.
JCDOME.VT ON DEMrjRBEB.
is almost needless to say that every one of lava, which have considerably raised the
they may appear to debase his people. We
Second Judicial Diatxtrt Maat.
Tbe bill allegea tbat tbe plaintiff U a private credwent home delighted, while all who witnessed level of the crater bottom as it existed then.
trust that those who have been patrons and
Cases beard at tbe December term of tbe Circuit
itor of Siemscn, one of tbe firm of Slcmaen it Conthe scene were richly repaid. This is an easy but the subsidence of the central portion of it, way;
tbat tbey made a general assignment to tbe
Court of tbe Second Judicial Circuit, Island of Maui. readers of our journal the past year will conalters
its topography very much.
and pleasant way to render a hundred anil fifty in 1868,
Peasant on the Bench Mr. J attics Harris and Hon. tinue so during the coming one ; and all such
defendants for the benefit of tbe creditors of the
little hearts merry and cheerful, and to fill them During the volcanic commotion, which took firm, as well aa of their private creditors, and praya
A. FoRSAent, Circuit Judge. His Ex. K. H. Stax-let- . will accept our hearty greeting of a ' Hxprv
with love and gratitude for the blessings they place early in April, 1868, at the time of the for an account, etc., in abort It la the otual bill of a
Attorney General for tbe Crown.
The Kmc fa. Kahalewai Committed by District
enjoy, those wlio took part in getting up the great earthquake, this central part suddenly creditor claiming the benefit of an aasignment and
caved in, leaving an oblong valley two miles proceeding agalnat the assignees to compel an acfestive scene doubtless have their reward.
count and payment of tbe distributive share of tbe
the principal witness having died. Kahaku for deDuring the day and evening there were in length by one in width, surrounded by a
King Kalakaua has the capacity of a statestwo
many festive gatherings of family circles, and
The bill is demurred to on the ground that It apThe King vs. Kabiamoe Burglary and House- man to see chances existing for benefiting his
from what wo saw it is clear that there are sin has been gradually filling up, and has also pears by tbe deed of assignment, that certain parbreaking. Nolle prosequi entered, prisoner confined
country, and he has the heart of a patriot to few places where Christmas brought more un- been probably raised up by internal volcanic ties, naming tbcm, are creditors of Slemsen A Conat Molokai 1eper Establishment.
apply all his energies toward making those alloyed pleasure to old and young than in pressure, till now the surrounding ledge is not way, who arc, therefore, Intereated In tbe truat and
His country, lying out Honolulu.
over one hundred and twenty feet above it. are necessary parties; and it la claimed tbat, either
Tbe King vs. Manuel de la Crui (F) Larceny 2d chances certainties.
The most singular incident in connection with these creditors ahould he made parties to tbe bill, or
defies. Acquitted. Kaalaukane for defendant.
it should be brought in bebalf of the plaintiff and
Fiji BUB a KrltiKb Colony.
Tbe King vt. Kaaaa 8elling and furnishing in- capacities for producing what we need, partiit is, that simultaneously with the shock the ail tbe other creditors who may choose to come la
toxicating drink to natives. Kolle prosequi entered. cularly sugar. But she has no profitable marand
did not reappear and take the benefit of tbe decree.
The telegraph announces that Sir Arthur fires in Kilauea
Kaalaukane for defendant.
ket at home, and our tariff is a virtual prohiHamilton Gordon has been appointed Governor till after the eruption in Kan ceased.
Plaintiff 'a counsel urges in reply tbat thla is not
Tbe King va. Kaeo (k) Assault and battery. On bition to its introduction here at a profit.
The visitor, on reaching the bottom of tho a proper ground ot demurrer because it does not
He was fnrmely governor of Trinidad
tbe ground of exoesi of punishment. On motion of Hence his anxiety for a reciprocity treaty that of Fiji.
crater, follows the guide a distance of four or appear in the face of tbe bill tbat these parties are
and more recently of Mauritius. It is also anAttorney General, fine reduced to (S and costs.
will enable his people to dispose of their chief nounced that Fiji will be an independent colony, five hundred feet, then descends over rough creditors. It is true tbat the bill doea not make
Tbe King vs. Eaaihooleole (w) Selling and furprofert of tbe deed of assignment and it la therefore
at a saving rate. But this is only one
nishing intoxicating drink to natives. Dismissed oa product
and not a dependency of any of the Australian and broken lava rocks into the sunken portion, no part of tbe record, and tbe Court baa no knowlpeople.
conviction of husband. Kaalaukane for defendant.
Colonies, as some supposed it might be. Until through which the walking is tolerably smooth edge tbua far as to who are creditors.
While the people of other nations may hold the arrival of Sir Arthur Gordon at Levuka, a and easy, over large Blabs of flat pnhot.
The King va. Kahalehau (k) Selling and furnishapparent on tbe face ot the bill tbat there are
ing intoxicating drink to natives. Foand guilty and immediate communication and converse as if provisional government, organized by Governor hoe lava, covered with a thin crust, which, other creditors. In article fourth tbe bill aeta forth
fined $161.50 and costs $SS.50, or 2 years imprisonrace to face by telegraph, the people and the
tbe deed of assignment waa made to tbe deBobinson of New South Wales, is established, when trodden on, sounds like frozen snow. tbat
fendants ." of all the property of Slemsen dr. ConGovernment of his Kingdom can only receive
places intensely hot, and
of which Consul Layard is at present Acting
way and each of them la trust for tbe benefit of tbe
Tbe King vt. Kanakaokai Distilling spirits,
and convey their ideas, news and purposes
in the night the smouldering fires can be seen
Governor, and Mr. Thurston, Colonial
Foaad not guilty, S dissenting. Nabaku and
creditors of them and of each of them." In article
it in filth, it is alleged tbat plaintiff requested defendants
Kaalaukane for defendant.
His kingand battery, tation by means of sails or steam.
The King va. J. B. Hint
The financial affairs of the colony are repre every direction. It took us forty minutes of " to pay bis claim or a juat dividend thereon, pari
pom, with claims ot other separate creditors, eke."
on tbe ground of exoess of punishment. Plea guilty. dom needs the telegraph as well as reciprocity
sented as flourishing, and the estimated re- rapid walking to cross it, from which we estiTbe second prayer of tbe bill sake for discovery "of
and steam lines, and he not only is fully conmated
Fined $25 and costs. E. Preston for defendant.
all claims against said Siemsen fc Conway," aud the
The King vt. Acbon (Pake) Selling and furnishscious of the fact, but is ready to aid the enthe
are set down for the first year at 23,875.
third prayer aska tbat "an account be taken of all
ing opium without license. Foand guilty and fined terprise which proposes to connect Hawaii
The estimated expenditure for the same period basin is more gradual, owing to frequent over- said claims, and tbat tbe defendants be decreed to
$100 and $34 colts. Kaalaukane for defendant.
with America and Japan and China, and we
flows of lava from the lakes.
Some of these pay tbe plaintiff a Just and fair dividend on said
is 17,902, leaving nearly 7,000.
The King vi. Eaatakaa (k) Selling and famishmay say all the rest of the world east and
hot. The claim." Tbla language sbowa tbat tbe assignment
west, by means of a
and seek was not for the benefit of tbe plaintiff aa the sole
of 900, but no other Chiefs are gazetted as
creditor, in which case be alone could ane, but tbat
cable. Waited upon yesterday by a gentlea new track over lava of not so recent a formThe King vs. Kapua (k) and Kahalekala (w)
It was a general assignment for tbe benefit of all tbe
Adultary. Continued to the June tarn. Kaalaukane man .interested in the company formed in this
creditors of Siemsen fc Conway.
city for the purpose of constructing it, the reckoned, says a Melbourne contemporary, at
On reaching the molten lakes, a great change
Having disposed of thla objection tbe main quesThe King vs. Kaacbu (w) Selling and furnishing King unreservedly declared himself in its about 650.000. of which New South Wales was found to have taken
place hi this vicinity tion remaina. Ia tbe bill demurrable la tbat it Is
latoxieating drink to n a tires. Nolle prosequi enter- favor, saying that the Parliament of his peohas contributed 290,000; Victoria 160.000;
Then there was but one small not brought in in behalf of plaintiff and of all other
New Zealand 150,000 ; Germany 30,000 ; since 1864.
ed. Prisoner discharged, she could not commit tbe ple had passed laws granting all the privileges,
America and England 20,000. One firm in lake Halemaumau which was three or four
Story in bis Equity Pleadings, 157, says : "Where
concessions and rights of way needed for the Sydney has invested between 60,000
and hundred feet in diameter, and it was but slightTbe King vs. Kekanla Laroeay 4th degree.
the assignment Is made by a debtor for tbe benefit
ly, if any, above the level of the crater botmotion of Attorney General, priaoner acquitted.
of bla creditors, if any creditor seeks to enforce tbe
50,000 worth of Fijian debenwas prepared to aid it personally to the extent and 30,000.
tom. Now, there are two active lakes, that of truat, he cannot sue alone ; but he moat make all
Tarton For writ of of his ability and influence.
D. D. Bald witt va. Campbell
This shows that
capital some 30,000 are invested in small Halemaumau being the one at the left hand and other creditors, provided lor in tbe assignment,
Appeal from Police Justice, Labaina. His Majesty is alive to "the progressive movePoaaaaaion.
sailing crafts and boats, 90,000 in house profarthest south ; while the second, which is of parties, ettber by name, or by bringing tbe suit on
Ditmiaaad. 6. B. Dak for plaintiff ; . Prestos and ments of the age, commercially as well as
perty in Levuka, 70,000 in stocks in stores, more recent formation, lies at the right and is behalf of himself and all the other creditors wbo
may choose to come in and take tbe benefit of tbe
otherwise. We hope soon to see his kingdom and Jthe balance, viz., 500,000, is invested in called by the
We decree." In See 216, id., " Where there ia a genenatives, " Lake Kilauea."
Paababi va. Kamaka Trover. Appeal from Local
welcomed into intimate communion with the plantations. Altogether the prospects of Fiji approached to the very
edge of the high preciCireait
look very flattering, and no doubt the change
ral trust for creditora, or others, whose demands are
T. B. Hobron va. Akaebaaa (Paka) Deserting rest of the cmlired world through the final
will insure a stable government and commer- pice which surrounds the latter, and looked not distinctly specified ia tbe creation of tbe trust,
cial and agricultual prosperity.
down a hundred feet or more into the boiling as. their number as well aa the difficulty of ascertain
The Eleventh Volume of the Hawaiiah
GAtrrrs will commence with the issue of
,s75- f paid for in advance, or
during the month of January, a receipt in full
for the year will be given for $5. Now is the
n,a-- T ir a jt ax r. AaaUtW.
Eejsara Mr. Jaataa faMaa at
Sraaaaaa. .. Baa SSI
art C AltM Star!
ravttrtlpt ; anil wh.r-a- a. nana
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Sn ho- - casta S aar thaw
ateaatfls sSjawM ant a r ssWS snat
,via.n he I aTfaaajast a nanarnat ; and wawreaa a
3lat Say af I
t tnr safhraronn of to (imrt. mat rSaa aaaaa af aaat
Seartna lawl '
Wis aSaii raaa
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aad thai anrkta karaaf k ffawa a aata
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lament of Waaaaa Taru.r he
letter t rstamentarr ha lama ka kern aa al ak i
It taornVrert osal WATt aniV Ik.
JanoarT. nrr. aa Waraaaaa A. at. kt vat. rasart '
tnnoia. Hawaii, am taw akaw anal ataaa aa Sat kwar
sj.pn.auon aaa H lii isna Skat aaat w aaii I
wewn Jwaaa. Taans
KeSata. Oaa asst.
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twajen oat ot ua aawfaaaa f wan
..f Uie II laSmi
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lara. Bl favor nf J. W OAV. IkaSl
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and snail eiarata far sake tn
rawat kkaWaB. aa
.NF.Mli V. the Hh HA V US IlKI
lara tn Manna Valler. OaJaa. as R
na as, akw
right, utle a
The Kalo growing ia Seven SUIo
ILL THAT PIECE M PtttZL
situated la Manoa Vallar. itaaa. aa watch uVt
a..w imwittc . nmuataaa T ZMa At lna.aaa.rf
m Rural rakral M. aa,
.November lalb, ItTS, a t inter-a- s.
menu Interest, eaata araatka, and as SSS aa) eaasaakt
!t. B. The aaat land la
is- - I.
Honolulu, Dae. 1,
or T UKH. HlWII-IAKURTRICHARD
i maku W. JUT
Whereas, tha aomnbauat ht tk aaava aatiaa
at. forth that Maria W. Marts, aa af
bow rtsidaa at Waal
ia th District of Cuiambia. I ait ad ttatat.fi
and order was mad that airvai af
made by publieatina
f sotnta-- a
Statat ; lucii pabtawlwa it kartwr
Ia tha dapraaa Court ) Kalakaas, hy tka lraaa
Vaffls.. af taw
ET.ITi:n PER J.
warranted a splendid artlcl.
For sale hy
CAKTLE at ( XKtK K.
GREAT VARIETY OF GOODS
New Year's Presents
Large Variety of
Dolls, Toys, Pure Linen Lawns
FOR KAI.F. AT
Queen Street Store, Wholesale and Retail.
JOITN THOS. WlTTrRUOrrVE.
IV BE A
aavt nailk-fal ah
ia a Sna
I hereby artif tbat tka ah
eofj ol th urifiaal saw wok. uwrnat
Suprtta Court af tk Hawaii
lalataav. at tk taat
Kathard li. Staalay va. Calvka a. anatk.ua aaa)
Maria W. Mattooa." aad wbask itlaiaal aaataawaw kt
aow oa file ia tk "
of tka Clark of law aaat w
Ia Wltaaaa vTbataaf. I batra bat aaat tat at k---d.
at Hoaotala afaiwsaid. tbla Sttk day f
her. A. D. int.
Daawiv Clark f Ik
J.tmet I. Dotesea.
JOHX THUS. WATKRHOI
At tbe Book Store of tba t'tinriffnaM. wbere
Elegant Gift BooksPoetical
aa at aka
mt.anautlfor bat wac
tpoae for aal.. .U lb rkakt. aaat aad
Uha aaaatasata a
art forth an
aa tuna, and aaaaaawaj ac
aat In that c
ILL TM7 CERTIM TMCT M
la tb lAaark-- t of Kaaa. Istaad af Bawaa. aaa --t uaa i
I III S
aad hooiabal aa Mhwa, rt
at p.W- - f I
'. Sawa OU1
clan,1 atoaa lb. katwt as
IS eaat IM '
aaat 4. s
aaat : n chak. aaata n IS, aaat a. eaaaaa. aa
li. eiMt IMS
tkalns aartki Tf. aaa fcaa eaaaaa
aortb sr aat a. a
- t. e.
Photoarraph Vfoaleal Albania,
A Ibnaa for Oabbtat
trial b Toy Bawkta.
WrlUna; Dealt a,
tlaaaew Bar Jm
.. T U
Oianktlaw aa aaa af iaa at
as i iiwat
aaaaae aaat aaaaa
anyatiiia, !V sna aaa.
Honoioka, tanw ahsr
pearl Penholders, and Pens,
LADIES' WORK BOXES,
B"a r "eeraar:
.. ro il
rttataarapk Albania In Variety.
400 Volumes of Juveniles,
Solid A Substantial Ones
saprewi. 1'as.rt ml lam
. ky varaa at a
anils In fcvor nf th- - above aaaa
of tastta. 1 shall aa
Presents tor the Holidays!
O trie marter
a voluntary bankraaa.
Hswaiiaa Kianlnm. J l.laad. Km-Wirtiaai C. Park. Eaqair. Marahai af la Ciaat-waa. ws at. a.y.j . at. ... .
Toa ar barvby oatmanaad I eaatksnw CALVC
MARIA W. MATTOfi".
PERSON'S ARK 11F.RF.RT XOTffTKD 5. KAROOS aad shall 91a
by mutual conjwnt thm Arm ot II I JUiIr-- t Jt sots, in eat tbav
altar sai siaa karaaf. to aa a
of Mr. II. F. Kblrni In Mid Unit rttund Crnm uhf .IVr
before th Suprtma Cunt at tka January ri
Octobrr Ntb, 17.. and that tbe husint-- of sal dmi un
of. to ba hotdaa at tba Coart Rnaai at tk Caart
der the name nam.? and style will hrreafW h rairtnl nn
II n..uia. at tka talaaai of Osaka, aa MMBAT. Ska
A .11 ItKT JAKUKIL
by Uie im.lenUi.netl.
4th DAT OF JANUARY aaat. at law a'aaaak A. XL.
Sf-3r tS, 174.
to show eaasa whj tk daiat of KlftlARls B. 1TA.V-LKaf Hoaalals. plaialht. twawl.1 not Va awarisl
kirn partaaot to tka laaar af ka aaawsaal paSiaaaa.
And joa ar fui'.bar anwaaaajdaal la
A suitable- reward will be. paid. If returned to
Calvia 8. Mallows aad letaia hiaa antil ba sSaJtbava
CUB. KCKAin-- S
Jewelry Mlore, fort Mt
tntcrtd isto saenritv adta rasVtwat w
th result af aaisl tait, aad bi pay Ik aasiaat af aah
juilirarent as tball ba raadarail tka raaa. Aaat bar
tbaa I her this writ, with fail pttarm af yaw paav
i ni:asi(ivrn Rr.iPErTri:i,i.Y
the pubUc that Mr. M. K. flaarain Is no loafcediaga there n.
er his agent : and that he haa no agent In town or In the
Witau. tb. Hoa. riUka H. Altwa. CW Jasrta
SaalJ af oar tsapraat Coawt. at H.aoraha, Ik . ITtb
da of N'avaikv. A. L. IST4.
JXO. . BARXAars.
Diaries for 1875!
Kitts Salmon Bellies!
And other HoTelties in Great Variety.
For Sal, by
H. K. winTNF.Y
adjo aiac Dr. McOrtw s.
Or, J. C ULAEK- -
I M DOL iliU
to aaii. IW aaa k?
Fha:es c. the noon for the Month of
rairiatc it cm. atnti tarra.
lijtli. S.n Mam. ...cm '
e 3T. "..
a th, an rUaaa....
Sl.t. Hn Klaaa ...Cel.S"
... .HT.S "-
1 M.l IB
The naft term of Oaho College ope tit
mij be looked for in all of tbe
week, by tbe aebooner Varan, or C.8.8. Ports-montfrom San Fraacieco.
At 81. Andrew's Cathedral, on Tbnradav
ereniDg, being tbe hut night of tbe rear, at a quarter pool eleven o'clock,
aery ice will be held.
Mr. Bartow holds another
poaltlrelj tbe but and beat of the kuod. St.
Nicholas leave town promptly at sunrise on Saturday morning.
,BO!rOLnc. DffT.tlBSR to. 1ST4.
tST The Honolulu Royal Arch Chapter will hold
Then ti'. been bat little taurines done the
week, as a meeting tbia
(Wednesday) evening, at their room
Will daring the holiday. We not the arrival of the bark nu
Kinc Street, for the installation of officers SoHaiti- - Marlaajt, Most from Portland, with a foil rarr.i of
journing companions are ii, riled.
Oraroti avie-- a rnclodiac
barrel TO hair barrets aad el'
floor, 100 barrabj apples, and -- u;.
Fi Tbe bark Sparrow Hawk win mil at 10 A.M.
pltee of oat, liran, potatoes, breail, 4c, roosts-tie- d
tula day for San Francisco, where ahe will arrive
I 4 Ou.
rbee Teeaei will retarn with deanetee to
about January 15, some days ahead of the next
Tbe Nam firm bae cleared the lark Sparrtmhawk, Oalhonn, mail steamer.
Which "alls at 10 dock
f t Ran rmndaeo. She car"
HT The recent accident to Mr. Maratil'tV aprbse bae of the liaavteM carpm wliirli baa left dar port lor
months, in ludiOK Htl.ooo pound near, 94,444 gallons of paratus for diaaolvlnc views being more extcneive
than at first anticipated. Lis exhibitions arc necesilea, 4c
whale oil, I'J.OOt
Tin dena ture closes the lift of export" for 1874, and will sarily further postponed, nntil a new lens can be
.well the l tal for acr la abont tweuty-fl- v
ailllion of procured.
the Unrest prodact which the Islands bare at yet
Diakies Everybody should proridchlmseir with
tamed aat la aae year Tbe laooyaui for tbe coning year
a pocket diary, and in it should note down every inlook Be nrorable at tba peat bae boon.
cident worth remembering. Nothing tendssnmnch
Eon-tart naaaarrrlal Inn..
to Gx facts In one's memory as writing them down
Tli' THrertors or the Pacific Hall Company bare ratified a
o tract with tbe Panama Railroad, ander which tbe They are then seldom forgotten.
f.iraier have the privilege of making tbe tariff on froar tit and
Subscribers to the Hawaii
Gaxs r snd
paaaeuirera between New Turk and Saa Francisco, aad all
also tbe native newspaper Kroatot, are reminded
earning of tbe railroad company over 12 per cent per arum in
volume of each commences with the
to tbe euek .l.lera are to be ruually divided beta em tbe
opening year, sod prepaid subscriptions arc the order
and Pacific Hal companbM.
The foil "WiUf. from tbe Sscramrat
Fate will Intoraat of tbe day Two Dollars for the KcoKOi and Five
Dollars for the fisxrrn i, if prepaid.
Tlie Rtockton fndrnvnoVnr ask why California Wool
rales eo much bras Ja New York, .eatua ease Philadelphia
than VYool from other Mates? In the first Alace, California
x outs ana add aawasbaS we have frw or no facilities on this
coast for WNSbina sheep, as is tbe case in New York, Ohio,
sac. Aaaii we Oalifornians sheer oar slssep twlee a year.
nameii only ooce; couaeqaently, oar staji)
Tbe Pan eUp of this coast
rl r man r.saien. ciir
xrostli; the lprih( clip t, . onajlua Tb.
to webrht on Caliloniia W.ls when
is n2'z Mb r. per cent. Then California Wools hare saia--e or
snd Hon. atocl. are rerr objectionalile
Borne of tbi dirtiest parcels of Southern Wools lost 75 (tv SO
Now. then, with all tbeae dreadvan-taceper cent in washing.
Woo; cruwers base Bo cause of 'oaiplaiiit
it is with-cndoubt, more for their interest to sell 111 err clips "as is"
dirt snd all than it mild be bail they the faculties for wasb-in- (
their 11 icka. It is not snficquently tbe case that larre
counties are enveloped
flick of shoep In tbe bootliern
for hours in cloud sterais and cloud of dust, that load the
witl sand and earth, tliu a.i.Iinv' a poond or more in
weight to the fleece. Tin, then, is the tree explaaation of
tba case, .aonw Jg oar Mortbem ctiaa, as well as Oregon, are
exeaspl fnun t' awe ills, a hit h accounts for tbe dlflaretii-- fa
valaaa. Ic this conaectlua. It should lie stated that Texas
Wool rale less than CaUforinen. and Colorado still foes, ow
i in only aasng toat
ing t. ulie nl condition hi tin tl'-can I. said with reference to tbe market is. that seattering
Vnt tbe bulk of
the Fall clin, asaosjataas toZ4,00U or 30.000 hale, masses bare
aasiln.g buyers It aeeaar to be iarpossihle la start trovers
No matter what couressieas are saade,
take bold freely.
law on tat: us earn, therefore, be considered nominal, and not
to the large stock of Wool bare for
sale. Tbe sales ha- - the week, in lote. aggregate 22T. ion um at
.ll T h. le.ll rIO, The market charing very dull
If, from these quotation
poond lie deducted for dnty aad freight, tbe value of Sand-wicIsland wools of similar padea, la Sen Francisco, to very
low at tbe pieaeut date.
Late Foreign News!
Br the Mfcaawrr Mikado.
Mayor Havsaaayer, ol New York City, died in his
from apoplexy, leaving a hia sueeee-- or
office, the President of the board of Alderman.
A movement is made in tbe Italian Parliament to
Sigmund Schwab, President of the Liquor Dealers'
Association, convicted of selling liquor witboat license, was sentenced to ''( days in city prison and a
fine of $200. Tbe Court warned the liquor dealers
that if their organised remittance to the law was continued, tbe full penalty would be meted out.
Republican Congressmen are far from agreed as to
the causes of Republican defeats. The President, in
a recent conversation in which tbe several causes
which have Keen assigned for the defeat wore discussed, ia reported to have said : " I do not think it
is worth while to insist upon a verdict as to the
for the recent reverses. Would it aot be
better policy to harmonise differences and to agree
upon the best method of regaining the lost ground ?"
dispatch from Rome, announces that tbe Chaaa-be- r
of Deputies has unanimously passed a resolution
in favor of granting an annuity to Garibaldi.
Spain has appointed a board of commissioners arilh
Senor Caetellar as its President, to represent that
country at tbe Centennial Exposition.
Gortscbakoff and Bismarck hare settled on a eom-mo- n
policy for Russia and Germany, tbe former power is now ready to recognise the Spanish Republic.
Lord Chancellor Cairns has removed tbe name of
Dr. Keneally from the list of Queen's counsel.
A dispatch to the Lord on Dmlf .Van, from Berlin,
says it is reported that Gnat Britain has formally and
finally refused to take part in tbe International Law
Conference that Russia proposed to reopen at St.
Ma. Snrroa : Tbe East Maui Female Seminary
has met with a loss by the resignation of Rev. C.
from his connection with it, that it will be
difficult to repair. In view of the event the Trustees
of tbe Institution passed the following Resolutions :
irhereas the Rev. C. B. Andrews, after having for
three and a half years labored without a salary in
bnilding up tbe East Maui Female Seminary is
obliged by tbe exigencies of his personal affairs to resign his connection with it : and whereas he insists
that his resignation is irrevocable ;
Resolved that, deeply regretting our inability to
retain hhn by a proper salary, we accept his resignation.
And Resolved that, in doing so, we express our
high estimation of the selfdeoying devotion and the
efficiency with which for such a length of time be has
gratuitously labored for the Institution, and of the
rare excellence of his wife's managetkent of its domestic and indastrial departments ; and earnestly
desire that in tbe guidance of Providence they may
enjoy success in whatever field of usefulness they
The friends of the Institution feel highly gratified
that one so well fitted by experience and natural
qualifications to teach in tbe Institution and to preside over the Industrial and Domestic Department,
as the Principal of tbe Waialua Seminary, has signified a willingness to fill tbe vaeancy made by Rer. C.
b. Andrews' resignation.
At this critical juncture this Seminary especially
needs the favor and assistance of the public ; and in
view of its peculiar adaptation by location in a highly
salubrious region, and by its poiession of a large and
well constructed buiMIng, and Tn view of the vast
importance of the cause of female edaoation ia tbeae
islands, it jl to be hoped that many friends will now
rally around it.
the Mt t:n
rcKpectftallr r- D1TICETKOrfHCit
that from ud after th 1st of October. 1874,
t the mrae ; ronKqip-.Uall monc.r doe him will have
to be prid to Sf r. Blcfcerton, who to anthortto! to receipt
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO.
A. S. Ff.
Co.'s Fine Steamship
YP H RI'OMEAncn,
Fan.T Prints. Amoskeag
Set with SUae at Tarnsssa. Baby
A Variety of docks.
1 Elegant Parlor Clock.
A fern AMBER SETS,
LoUief RIDING WHIPS,
Soap, Ax Handles. Ojatm,
Sardina. Muetard. Salt. Waah Bla.
Fine Cold Rings I
Silver Batter Ksivs.
Silver Kniv aad Forks. Catol
PI Katve ia at raren eaaee.
Silver Pnrliaiieaalti. Bejel ha
Aa. . am.
Ctoasa Kama. T .1 tin
Fins Tai Dusmar's Kemsana Ofl,
Tobiroo ud Cicva. Manila Hope,
Pins, Charcoal Iron
Card Matches, Peanut OB,
St. Louia Ham. Lard. Via agar
Consisting patttj at
For Sydney, N. 8. W.
Fine Cold and Silver Wt re
F'snnel Suit. Rtshop's Lawn, Rainbow Qilta.
Blaukau. Merino Shirts. Faaar Whit Shirts,
Oiford Shirts, Towcla, Indies' Hon, Silk Bow,,
Alph Braid, Hals aud Capt, Silk II Jkfj. it. at.
and PtoMtoffe, or any ftirtber in
Cotton and Drills,
CoMM, Elu Flauntl.
Mottraito NVtt inc. BlMh Oath. Rr
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
Ob or ntMat Jnnnary i h.
E0YAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE.
w9 For Prlg-h-
Sales Room of O. S.
at 7 t'dork P. Jt. pfrimkf.
A MATTIE MACLEAY,
Wednesday, December 30,
For PortlaTid, Oregon.
THE HAWAfTAX BARK
By E. P. ADAMS.
mond Cohere, Indhuaa, wtn,
D.V.," bold reUgtoaa service on Sunday the 20th and 27th instant and January M.
AD are Invited to attend.
Dec 15, MM.
WILL DIVE A.T lKTERTAI?rtEXT ON
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar, Flour, Set.
President MacMaboa's message to the Assembly
B. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
this afternoon congratulates the country on its prosperity, increased agricultural products and commerce;
ALB- OADMISSION :
the bright prospect for the coming year, and a credit
Drees Circle, S1.00 : Parquette, 7Scta: Pit sorts.;
A Covered Wagon
of better standing among foreign nations. Tbe PresPole and
4 00. Re re red Seats secured at the Hawaiian lintel.
ident insists strongly on the necessity of definite legopen
at? Trouble to commence at 8 o'clock, sharp.
DiMCCTOkT and Calendar
Wr issue this morn-- I islation with regard to
For particulars see proirrammea.
constitutional powers, and
Ing onr annnal " Gazette Directory and Calendar,"
FOR O.TB OR TWO HORSES Ia
continues as follows : " Incessantly agitated by a
containing a list of the officers of the Government,
propaganda of most pernicious doctrines, the country
diplomalie and consular corps, with tbe various soWILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W. An
aaka yon to guarantee by measures of wise foresight
Necktie and Cravats. Silk Hdkf
cieties existing here, and other nselul inlortnation.
. . KW QlovwA Smm Shawl, st
the regular action of the public powers during the
With Three Spring Ctuhiaaa and Stay behind.
On or nbont .Innuni y 1 1 tli.
Copies can be obtained at our counter or from the
ASSIGNEE OF THE
faT- - UeaswS ready tor taapat It saa Tmia
The Carriage it very thoroughly nada.
Wilcox, I shall ai at
in good Day
MOT For Freight and
carrier. I'riee 25c.
Fmucs. to sy.tr. y. NVw order,
Wrdaraday at 12 M.
will examinetbese grave questions and aa underand coat $350. Will "a told low. Apply to
Zcalaoil sod Melbourne, appiy to
. BRF.HT.R A Co.. Airenta.
c m. bjlbtow. mm
f" Mrs. Dr. Thompson, of Portland, Oregon,
B. P. ADAMS.
standing, I hope will be arrived at. I shall not deOn
delivered a lecture on Temperance last evening at cline any share of responsibility, nor will the interAT 10 A. IC
the lie the!. She referred mainlv to tbe labors of vention of my Government be wanting. I wish to
At WAIT A, iianai.k I. KAUAI, at tne upset price of
lue cornea engaged la Lhe lale teuiperaooa erusaAle,
state bow I understand my duties toward the AssemF.
TITE FAST SAII.IKO BARK
in which she was an active worker There was bly and country. I did not accept power to serve any
PMA8X waa dissolved by anutital couaeut on the ath ef
nMe a (nil audreace, which r.ppcarcd much inter-t- o
party I" only pursue tbe work of social defense and
Julr, Is; I
csted in the lectnrcr't narrative,
TaeaaaalniSBa will be coottaaesl at tike old place by aae
national restoration. It is my ardent desire to have
'"""Ktlnc of the fbllowin? pieces of real estate and
Jobbing in ail its
the support and the good will of those whose personHonolulu, Dave 13, ISU.
I4ff A lively earthquake ahock occurred st twen- .r taj
Bnllrwaa share ef tba
Land conveyed to P. Hannon tar Rev. and Mrs. Johnson WILL HIVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
al preference bows before present necessities and the
lyminHleB OelO!-BI- X
Nov. 27, 1WC. containing .10 acrea 1101 or lem.
o'clock ou the morning of
Haring psrrt of her Cargo engaged.
sacred cause of the country. I claim their support in
Tuesday, Dec. 29. No damage done. The weather
For Freight aud Paaaacr, applr to
.. .I Kulpanan containing 1 acre and ' pcrchen.
CASTLE A COOKE, Agent.
was heavy and thick, with Irequcut lightningduriag the name of France, whose welfare and greatness I
laiutd described In Patent 2v27, first lot containing 4 and
rgiHE i ni:itHi.i;n
second lot KMQ0 acre.
the previouenightr The last previous shocks occur.
A Price) ssbore the Market Mate.
the accomplishment of the task. It in my cuiy not
l"a Ir,,ni " PWI w(J. Tlmraa. conveyed Aor. 20.
red at 10 P. M . February 1, 1871, and 4 P. M.,
WKi conuUnlnp 1 road and perch.
Land from A. 8. Vnnana to (J. Thorn, conveyed .Ang.
Van ufac tare ranee. H NtssOi kt maauaii n . la sassrt.
F. A. WITAIFrt A ("O.
SI ft'- Aprfll,lC8. The latter is the dale of tka last great to ut-- ert the post in which you have placed me to
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA
1862, containing fi acres, I rood and 31 perches.
ad aav tmaU OUmm Mat I
eeupy it up to the last day with unbroken firmness 2.I jui.
eruption at Kan, on Hawaii.
RX OF IKIXIM I I .
dfrribed ' In IVit- nt zw, contalnln and
meal at Ivory. Lamm aw aarttrsuarty nriie.1
of Icau of Watpa. amonnt of lease
and scrupulous respect for law."
examine the noHBtnt SIW1 Ju stAL!IIK.
per milium $175. The land N miluthir for cam- wid rice,
310-t. C. KtstBT
Americas Postage. Tbe new postal law, which
I Mil ltMI.i:i) HAN
-Paris, Deeember 4. The newspaper organs of the has pood
and ban abundant (iccesfitbie wood.
trora Molokai. Chrye: SO goes Into effect January 1, 1875, requires the prepaySftH
DecS 8cbr MO Morris,
think that the message of President
sheep, 0 lambs, 6 bdls cane, e bags potatoes , and 9 ment qf pottage on newspapers by the publishers-ImfUmn
IIOI.I.KM. M AVITR.
CHOICE MEEF, M l'TTO.
t MacMahon is directed against the Legitimists, while
Kollcrs of which are 33x20,
Will liavt rnrular dispatch for tbe above parsed Porta,
also redncea the rate. All newspapers as well as
3t -- Hit M' r Tenedos, Commander Moulen, from
the journals published in the interests of the Conseron and after the Silt of November next, until further notice,
I lanre Water wheel and gear, 2 Iron ClariQers, 1 Train
2i -- 8chr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Lahaina. Caryo. tkKI letters must be prepaid or they will not be forwardAll at HxaanwaBT-- a Faicaa.
kegs sugar. 14 hides; and 10 pasaeoirerB.
of 5 Kcttlea. 1 wnall Watcr-whfVaUay. uatiu. the sstne bein the lan.l that I tawaatrroai
vatives believe it pointed to tbe Radicals. The pubI'ri'Ijht and Passage taken at the lowest Hates.
ed. This law applies to papers sent from these isl- ana gear, ji iron Lruicr,
Mcmm BoUerami tv-Stall on the Ewa Aa of tho Fiah Market.
itoir Kilauea, MarcbauL, froat Kaaal.
BOLUSS t CO., Affe-H- a.
lic generally is favorably impressed by tbe message.
hoga, (doc chickens.
I -- ad cattle, i horses, 1 mule,
it raa .
rtd .mrJe Dee. last.
ai well as to those sent lo Ibem.
c Ploughs, 2 fUrrowa, Blacksmitbhop and Tools, Chest
and lot of sundries.
Lively Day In the Relvrutag.
01 loom, noes and Fence-wir- e,
Otrffo : I dos
Lot of Ked Hricks, and
Befar Pueokahl, Clark, from Hana.
Deputies from Alsace and Lorraine have sent writ
variety of mail Toola.
Ectiox or Omcras. At the regular meeting
turkeys. 1 horse, 440 keg sugar,
4. baas potatoes, 4 bales tobacco; and lb passeu- of ExcelBior Lodge No. 1., L O. O. F., held last
ten notices to tho President of the Chamber that in Hill Buildings, Manager's House,
HIE I MF.RSfiIKl
evening, the iollowiog officers were elected for the
view of the condition of their country, they cannot
27 SchricUve, Pnaahiwa, from Bile Cargo: S3 kega
Gold and Silver Perforated Card Board
sugar, 34 bfdea.
ensuing term: Geo. Emtnes, N. G.,
Una! Akin an. tluat Tallaw.
ffcbt Ilattie, Kimo, from Itawlllwlli.
In case no bid is nu-d- e to tbe above mentioned upset
get aud Loan Bills. Both communications srere rebogs, 1 4oa turkeys, 1 horse. --00 kegs sugar, btds Joe. Gnroey, V. G. ; Jno. 8. Smithies, H. and P.
C. 8R1WIE A COk
price, then 1 snail at tne same time offer tne aliove pro
SecTctiry, (re elected); Robt. LeWcrs, Treasdrer,
beef, 1 btil lolkiw'. 11 hides ; and '1 passengers.
Cttr-wEctii Odd fellow. Nlka. froai Koloa 4 Wahnea.
8. W. WILCOX
(re elected); TV. C. Parke, A. S. Cleghoru, J. P.
: 4 bis as, i hogs, 3i2 bagr rice. 3 bbla beef, 14
In the course of debate n estimates for appropria620 St
Card Board. MANUFACTURER
hides. 7dpmt skins: and 10 passengers.
tions for the Federal Council, Herr Joerg, one of tbe
Bchr Warwick. Kalawaia. from Molokai.
aheep, 6 bags potatoes, 2 bdls cane ; and T passenpvtwaa. Wa
X ay Wools at
Too Mcch Haste. Wc admire the enterprise of Bavarian Deputies and member of the Clerical party,
H. M. WHITNKY.
made a bitter attack on Bismarek'a foreign policy.
Cargo. 20 our neighbors In getting ont their calendar with a
8ctM Luka, Kasha, from Kalepolepo.
o. mm ii a ssi
Ha remarked that in consequence of Russia holding
hrpo : 4 rush ; but wc suggest that tbey take more lime to
6dre riiaina Bates, from Kona 4 Kau.
6 bxa fish, 24
revise it, and tnnke it free from errors. Three such
aloof, tbe Chancellor had made a fiasco of his attempt
I .., 41 awa roots. K bags coffee,
TO INFORM MY Cl'BTOM EMM AMD AT 111 aH. IIKlmil K
IBFO generally, that 1 nave
Will Iaane aa Early na ftoaalble
eaiM. lO OXS Oraages. lo nags iioiaoies v oa
la qutta ami Hots. A I
in tba list of Privy Councillors Sheas ditto In tha
atf4ejiliiit in in Spain He wUhad ,o know whether
1 I'a eiiieaen,
i ao Imiciip IsuMi,
1 lrlt toliaoco ; and In nseiigers.
terms of tbe Circuit Court Flltner's Observatory
tbe committee of the Federal Council, which, accordMY BUSINESS TO FORT STREET
Schr Kinau, Ahlifhala,
XART rr.Rr. CT riLB cmAJMIAMM
n eighth of a mile from where It stands
ing to the Constitution, asked for the consideration
21 in- or Deccmoer, AI) 1574, mulr and Issued by
Mil lb Kot. Waha, from boolao Cksyo: 85 kegs
the Hon. C. 0. Harrl-i-, JuHtW of the Sujlrprac Court of lhe
r. 371 bag rice.
of the year 1.73 upside down in the Altnauac, and
of questions of foreign policy, performed any func(
KlnK-lothe Hawaiian Islands, ftltttafr as a Court of
Kami .sns, nauaino, inim nieiau. eawyv aw others more or less glaring-a- n ought not lo occur
WILLIAMS' FIRE PItOOF BI ILDCCQ,
Maint ( harnpag n, qtjartav
Probate, J shall expuae for Sale at Jublic Auction, upon
is a V empty Mil liouor
stvps of the Government RnlldlnR and Court House, at
2. -- get' Pauahi. Hopn, from HHo. fJbiyo I 417 kegs
Bismarck replied that all important diplomatic des111 o'clock
noon on ttfitniffny, Jnminri
iKllecane; ami n lASeeUgel.
sugar. 4o hull'-- .
patches were communicated to the Committee, which JH7l, all the Land belonetug to Um Estate of E. Kani-hlna- ,
Ha hk Mattic Macleay, Wetter. 30 day Irom raw
On Monday last a motion was
deceased. In Waiklkl, Oahu, being the Three
HAND-BOOmet whenever summoned by tbe President.
INFORMAby Will of NakmJ, deceaaed, to the said K.
vacate the order
TION on matte rs retail dc to the llawaitan lalaods,
Kanibma, and described In Royal Patent No. 6M as folwas concealed from the Government. He emphatilows :
Dec S3 Star Kilauea. Merchant . for Circuit of Kauai.
to the Marshal to take possession of the property of
original and iwtected, of InOrcst to Merchant. Planftn,
boh' h .oii.ii, Powaaa, forKahulai.
repreHHK- 12C8 NakaiAina ma Waiaka, i Waikiki, Tonristi. and th. n ; con tal nine with tbe Calendar the Fine Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds,
Thomas Spencer In bankruptcy, on the ground that
Sri, Prince, Beck, far ILuua 4 Kaa.
sentatives did not adequately protect the rights of t he
2S Ftnir Kilaoea. Marrhant, for Windward Porta.
tlm of in Sun's rising and setting for earh day, aad the
Dr. McGrew and Mrs. Spencer's trustees bad taken
various States, There had never been aay idea of
Mir Mile Morris. LainiA, for Molokai.
Moon's Phases, Table of Money Value, fteglster of the
possesaton as mortgagees to foreclose under the act
A PAN A 11 LOT MA WAT AKA.
K hoomaka ran ka
Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Laliaina.
intervention in the affairs of Spain. When apprised Pohaku X ma ka papuhaku, a c holo hema 540 kom. 131 Court, Official and other Officers, Sociatles, etc., Custom
Bchr Warwick, Kalawaia, fur Molokai.
of 1874. Tbe connsul for Messrs. Grinbaum
paukn ma ko H. Katiakal a me W. Kamana ; alalia hema
K Will, LIC BE FAAI
Tlonse Tables, Meteorological Tables, Hist of Island Kerns,
of the murder of Schmidt, he said to himself, such a 3&c
Mil Pauahi, Hopn, for HHo.
the petitioning creditors, opposed tbe motion on the
hltloaas pauku eplllanameKuhcda ; alalia akau 3
Mo Active, Poaahlwa. fi Kobala.
thing would not have happened to the British, Ameri- SO hiklna244 pauku me Kuilel" no Jieolaioa ma ; alu-l- a Census of the Islaodf and tbe rrindpal Townnhlpa, Hla- ground that the Court bad do jurisdiction, under
Sohi Battle. Kimo, for NawiliwtH.
akao Sir JC kom. 143 pauku e pnt antme H. Kfthakaf a tory Of the Ha&u Industry and Tables In connection there
Sahr Poeokabi. 1'lurk, for liana.
can or Frencn eitiiens. He remembered tbe humiliathe bankrupt act, over the queatiou presented under
hfki ka hoomaka ana 16-1eha,
with, Decadence of our Furniture Woods, together with
Mo Lake. Kaeha. for Molokai.
beg to state that T hare emrsged a .mpetent
APANA 2 PAHA1.E MA WAIAKA. Ehoomakamake
tions imposed on tbe Germans, and considered that
the truat deed and mort gages, and also that no cer-tark. Calliifil, for Fan Francisco.
ahBrit bk Sparro
other matters of Interest.
..r. litaak. r i a
'UM, awa aas umm.
klhl hema o kela Pabale, a e holoakau
kom. 331 ptiuku
t- the time had arrived to avenge such wrongs. The ma
of such eii .ry had been recorded as required
Is expected to meet
Tbe large sale which tills hand-booko H. Kahakal a me Aupunl ; alalia akau 37 15' hlklna
200 pauku ma IA Aupunl; alalia hema 54 htkltia 215 pauonly way of helping Spain was to recognise those elewith at the low price of 50 Cents), not only here but
byHbe Statute. Tbe Court cenicd tbe" motion on
Clocks Repaired AaMOKTF.n UK DIALS, la eat CHAM.iawa.i-ku ma ka A pans Alna Kula o H. Kahakal ; alalia hema '10
ments in the country which were disposed to restore kom. 277 pauku ma ka papnhaku aoao ma Kahawal a hlkl abroad, makes It a desirable advertising medium, for
the ground that the bankrupt act gave no
For has 1 ' aacieoo. jier bparroahawk, Iiec 30
ON THE MOST
which a HmltecJ spare will he devoted.
ka hoomaka ana
8 P K. ana.
K. U. Stanley and L. McCully
public order. Russia was leas affected by Spanish
whsle oil, tl.lrw;. the sugar. 10,000 e rlre, K.407 jr.- - pulu. lion ia Uie matter.
APANA 31 LOI MA KIKI.
hoomaka ma ke klhl
Karly applications for space and orders for copies so
6,890 lis ivory, 141 ft
whalebone, 1,344 galls
concerns. Germany.has respected Russia as a power heiim. a e holo
A. S. Hartwell, contra.
55 " kim. 100 pauku a pill ana me ko
eotne onrbs .ananas.
1.1 HTUS JLaatk
Vsnlalyi tne Konohfkl ;
with wbichJGertnany had lived in intimate friendship
reOrders from abroad must Include postage and can be
I will add that mem to contlnnp hualneaa on the waa
Hi- alalia hem. 65- hlklna 100 pauku e pUi ana me Naw-ak;
" Ka Labl-- i Hawaii." This is the name of a for a century.
liberal prttsclple as 1 have dtoSM before,
kaulahao a hlkl I ka hoomaka
If (continued Bismarck) your darta alalia hema 42 kom.
mitted In stamps. Address,
weekly religious paper, the first number of which apwine,
(Inoa) A Bishop ana.
Tbanklns; the public for AiTors shown me so far, solicit
are darted against as, that friendship they will mils. ana 30100 ekn.
THOS. G. TI! KI n.
a rontlnaance of the same.
Pan loa 1 elta.
From Portland, per Mattie Marlesy. Dec 2S 143Ssks flour, pears this week, under date of January 1, 1875. It
Tbeir aim can equally bear charge of fiasco. ReferStationer and News Dealer,
00 hbls lime. 841 bbla, TO hlf Mil t 40 c salmon, 210 sk
under tbe auspices of the Hawaiian Board,
Honolulu, H. I.
ALSO The Parcel of Land situated on School Street,
oats, 420 oka bran, 173 aka potatoes, 40 sk wheat, 4S0 cs
ring to tbe assertion of Herr Joerg that Kullman was
and edited by Rer. H. H. Parker, whose paper, the
be.ons.tiff to the Estate of E. Kanlhloa, being
100 bxa apples, 25 cs a Mil coruod beel A
, 4 ea banaa,
a mad man, Bismarck replied that be was not a mad
ADCI BA 1'Ki'iu) Kanutta. cadis,
Lou Wiiii, is discontinued to give place to tbe new
Five Large Kalo Patches I
man. "You don't mean to have anythingin common
A religious paper Is a necessity for the
tn Royal Patent No. 2094, at follows :
iii-xI u ni i I ii
with Kullman : that I comprehend : bot he clino-m
Hawaiian people, who have so little to read. But
E hoomaka ana ke ana ma ke klhl flhtlna u Pill ana ka
In 2, 1, and 3 gallon Demljah ns,
tightly to your coat-tailI asked Kullman why be aina o Kanlhina a me ka pa puna ma ka pohaku hoallona la
For Kausi. per Kilauea, Dec 23 Paal lseanerg, jr. Miss V most of all is such a paper needed for the young,
penel hema 4 kom. MS kauL I ka alnao plko
wished to kill me.
He answered, "On account of tne X a holo
Kellilt. wife and child, li McBryde and 2 sous,
the rising generation, who are growing up in Ignoakau 42- - kom. 1.71 kauL. hema Z ' 30' kom. 1.41 kaul. ka
J C Olade, wife, child and nurse, aud about 44 deck.
church laws, and because you injured my party." I alna o C. Kamtlna nkau 41 30 Ink. 1.80 kaul. akau 49 kom.
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
We have always reFrom Kauai, par Kilauea. Dec 28 J C Olade. DrJW rance of religious teachings.
0.R8 kauL I ka alnao Keaka. Akau li hlkinn i.- -l kauL Ika
K AL LHI, OAHU, HAWAIIAN I3LAJIDS.
asked bim which party, and he replied, "the centre aim
Smith. Miaa K Ldueaioku. Miss Keel, aud 64 deck.
gretted the suspension of the A Uuui. or Dayspring,
..anihlna hem. 47 ' hlk. u.82 kauL hema 4 kom. o.3d
kaul. hema Si 3CK hlk. . IT kaul. hema 40- - idk 3.7tf kauL
For Wind sard Ports, per Kilauea. Dec 2 T Beret, Mrs established by Dr. Gnllck, and which was
Great tumult in the Chambers.
M qta m raa, I
N Maker and child, Mrs Wilson. t D Baldwin, wife and I
I eks 4
You may thrust Kullman away ; he nevertheless beCaah. Capital, Wold, a.lOO.OOO,
J Castle, Mr Wet more. Misaes Katie and Fanny to teach tbe young people in Sabbath schools and
Wetmore, Miaa Kan Ian, T LHisson and wi. Bishop Willi. elsewhere.
So long as it was well conducted it
Terms Cash. Title perfect.
By writing small lines on carefnlly selected risks,
Rev Blunder aad wife, Mr Mrlutoab, Mr Tremble. Mr Swan,
491 1; Ker Kraud. its,
which were loud and long, with continued applause,
0 NoCh . Mi Kodaoet. K Ratbhune, Hoa H A Widemaaa ami doubt leas accomplished some g,od. We should like
atrKwan s, ,t. a pta,
J. PORTER OREEN,
well distributed, offers
others, and about 100 deck.
Executor of tbe last WH of E. Kanlhina.
to see s paper of its class revived. The Lahui Ua- - and subdued cries of "Pfeui, Pfcui" were heard from
SECOND TO XO.TE. am al l PERMOm ARE ITERERT WAR.
vaii will doubtless scire Ic part to fill the gap, and Ultramontane benches.
(UI CAtee-an- m
v tsH i r t
Administrator's Notice to Creditors.
9Lw)EI airalnstTRESP.tflKINtl on tne Uitila of WAI ).
wc wiah it success.
The President declared these exclamations unpar
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
--Cl'AI. MANCWAINLT. K tlllKI.M'l aad KAl'PO,
At llanalei, Kauai, December 14, to tbe artfe of CapL J.
situate at Kaapo, Rant Maul. In the p ssn aw .o of lass
live eUU of JOHN BOOTH, late of
"Tbi Hanging of the Crank." The reading
It. Hatfleld. a son.
"I have no right to censure such exclamations HAVI.VO
Those so (loins; will be liable ui proaecutiun.
BISHOP A CO.,
Caaaavaaad CMSaaaa Wkatj.
deceased, Intestate ; I bereby notify all credltora of
of this bcanlllul domestic sketch of Longfellow,
and all rattle and horses rreapaeelmt sal lamia will
'Pfeui' is an expression of disgust and contempt.
file deceased, to present tbeir claims, duly authenticated
AIKEN A Hl'Rl.l
with tbe proper Touchers, at ::. office, within six
which we published two weeks since most baTc
A Mwbtcrranean Fire Beneath Plttabnrg.
am not stranger to these feelings, but hope I am too and
Kaapo. Bast M .ill He pa. SS.
month;, rrum this date, or they wiil he forevt-- barred.
Tin mjr i g , Nor. IS. A subterranean fin is raging suggested the idea of adding another happy inciH.
polite to so express them here."
Honolulu, lth I)pcember, 187..
in the portion of this city known as Herron's Hill, dent to the lite of tbe weather-beateNORTHWESTERN
Windhorst, Ultramontane, said that his speech
DE UAAilK Vila A
from the balcony on Kisseocen. after Kullman'a at
which threatens serious consequences to about St. commands tbe favorite Labaina packet " Nettie
acres of improved property. In digging out for
and far Sal, MB ITTKRR. asafc taVa,
attack on the centre. It was wrong to incite ono
street against the bank some three or four came to her wharf, a carriage drove' down, and a party against another. They were drifting, without
m3 HostetHr'a Bttters.
parcel was banded to the Captain, who was requesthat, toward war.
months age. tbe workmen discovered a strata of tbe
WAL K EE, WDKajMSISl.
bead. No sooner
Ws-lBismarck replied to the accusation that he pointed
A. g. CtlonORS
coal which is so plenty in this city. In order to warm
said than done, and there was displayed a beautiful
to the continued inettementef the Ultramontane press,
coSbe for their lunches they discovered this to be just
ensign of blue ground, on which was worked the and events which led to tbe attempt of Kullman on
tbe place, and accordingly lit fires at the mouth.
his life, and added : Were I to believe half of what
outlines of a crane, surrounded by eight stars repreGradually tbe slight blase developed itself till now it senting the Eight Hawaiian Islands the whole be1
the Ultramontane papers say against me, who knows
what I should do T"
is a perfeei volcano, whose ominous roaring eon easily
mostIn tbesiWorld.r.ssiT I. IVSIIMME
ing the handiwork of a lady, who took this mode of
Good for Chicken Peed, Ac $c
Herr Lasker declared Windherst'a remarks about
be heard by persons traveling over the surface. No Santa-clausinIS-Kher friend tbe Captain. On aeeing
a representire of the
efforts have been made to extinguish this blase, aad
tbe banging crane, the standing Crane was speechKakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
now it is spreading feaflatly fast, endangering life
less, and quite unable to comprehend the situation.
The President called Lasker to order.
and property. Herron's Hill is the highest point in The gift is a very neat one, and will be hoisted on
Tbe debate continued till a late hour amid scenes
Best Qftality Has thr- advantage of Western Rates of laterest Never
Alleghany County, and on its summit is located one of special occasions, when the Captain's private ensign
of great excitement.
lost a dollar of Its Securities and never alls to par Ua
which has been but lately erected.
The evening papers issued extra editions after dark
needs to be displayed. We trust that the gallant
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK I
Lately sailor ma; long lire to enjoy life, one of tbe pleasant
giving reports of tbe proceedings down to adjourn-i- n
eat- For particulars apply at tbe Office of
however, it was found that this water did not pass est Incidents in which will always be " tbe banging
as. i. nonstrrr,
out altogether from leaks, but that a portion has eva- of the crane, on the jjUi ol December, 187- -.
Comer Queen and Port 8treeta- W. O. IBWIN A CO.,
porated io steam, caused by the immense ire raging
ArtOTSaR Mcrdkb. A correspondent,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
below. There is danger of this work caving ia, aad, from Kona, Hawaii, says : "On Saturday night,
Call and See the New Photographs
should it go, the flames will reoelre additioawldrangbt
or OKOBUE HUB) DAVIS of Waimea, Island of
aad will thus be the harder to subdue, and hare a announcement of another murder committed here.
Hawaii. lately deceased, hereby itlvea notice to all persona
claims ajalnst the aald estate to present tbe tame
tendency of spreading the fire still further. The ulone
A number of natives collected at the bouse
within all months from date, or
timate result of this sobteraunean fire oaa baldly he Kahananui, near tbe atone Church at Xaawaawa, in they will ke forever barred ; and all persons indebted to
the same are requested to make Immediate payment to
told at present. Millions of improved property lie on Central Koua. Tbe neighbors say tbcjr beard lood
the andersumed. at bis office In tbe Court House In WaiCompany of California
mea, Island of Hawaii, and also all persons having any H. L CHASE'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
the hill aad in close proximity to these burning mines voices as of singing and quarreling tin nout midAND
property or any thing of valne belonging to the estate of
and, should any settling of earth occur at any point,
night, when wailing commenced, aad tbe report the said Oeo.
Hneo Davia. In their care or keeping, are
Kates mr Paaaage win mm
I N'DEKSIOSED LS HOW PREPARED
By steamer froa Ban Pranclsc,
To or from Kaaaaasaaat.
the result woald be most disastrous. Efforts will be spread around that one of tbe party had drawn a hereby reqftested to render account, or deliver up the
To or froaa Laaaaaa. Maal
at bis office above mentioned.
made to conquer the flames by sapping and mining, knife and subbed his own brother in tbe breast,
D. F. SAJCTORD.
To or froaa Haalaaa. Raat
killing him instantly. The murderer was at once
Administrator of Hie Estate of Geo. Hneo Davis.
To or from Wat saa, -- m
but it will take months, and perhaps years, to exWaimea, Island of Hawaii. Dec 10th. ISTt.
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
To or froaa Mahoksaa. Rawaa
tinguish this mass of burning coal, much of which is taken in charge by a constable, who
From Honolulu to all parts of the
Tbe crowd had
burning hui dredl of feet below the surface.
Cartes de Visltcs asp to 11 by 14 !
final Has a ska llaaaa
amination before the local magistrate resulted in
To or frota BSD. Raaal
At the folio wins; prices :
BanLin, Deeember S. In the Reichstag
g III rfHaaraa.Oaaaa
Cartes de VWte, per doaen, any style
Brand's Bomb Lancet,
lepo, for trial before tbe Supreme Court He is a
VI toria stae, per doaen. aay style
To or froaa aay ran aa Xamt
letter from Bismarck was read, in which he annountarma.
On the tnost favorable
Cabinet state, per doaen, any style
man, SS years of age, and declares be was
Perry Daria' Painkiller,
ces, in tbe name or jje Emperor and in accordance young
8 by 10, first copy
Data p iaaaaji te aatliao aaSj
I au.su a a copy...
with tbe federal CoWacil, that tbe sum for tbe mainAgents for the Hawaiian ieaBrtt
Punloa Salt Workj
who were examined before the district
lanrer sizes at proportionate prices.
I" AW REM E COTTON DECK Hoa. a TO
HaRat aaalw aa aa. tdjtw.
tenance of tbe German Legation at tbe Vatican is witnesses
Panorama View of Honolulu, only
premises and that
Island Scenery, Views of the Cttr. Ac. ate.
Quality Ash Oars,
Late news from Cuba represents that the Spanish Another account
Parties desirous of
to the Coast
10 to S feet.
(probably potato beer) which stuff is constantly
For rale by
cause is ia unancial etraitf aad is otherwise
SAArcxLo. wiuw. xmm.
SIEBAY, FOB SALE BT
to be retoacbed, can have the aaaae aoae at a reasonable
FOX SALE BY
BOLUS A CO.
BOLUS ft CO.
B0LLK3 A CO.
oars with Wtm A Oa. aatsaw ai Pan
made and drank in Kona.
J. W. CEOWEU.
aT The To carers Minstrels gave a performance
at the Theater on Christmas Eve to a much smaller
house than they deserved, for according to the best
judges their entertainment was the beat since the
Billy Emerson was here.
on Saturdsv niirht
Saturday EvenlRg, Jan. 2d!
At Private Sale,
For Portland, Oregon.
Brr tauow at
for (he Girls!
Jane A. Falkinburg,
At the Fish Market
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
Gold and Silver Paper,
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THOS. C. THRUM
nimTAvr to order datkd the
Boizy .rii i.
Best Elated Ware, Clocks! IHI
o o o,o o o
any Style and
From Boston Direct
A. W. PEIRC
Offer for Sale
His Majesty and
Notice Against Trespass.
by George Morris
PURE LIME JUICE
The German Clipper Bark DeulschlaMl
Sailed from Glasgow on 12th August
Wrst Seanilin?. Timber
Offered for Sale to Arrive,
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
The Yard and on
Tons Best Glasgow
Splint Sieam Coal,
Aaaorted Bar Iron,
Assorted fiheet Iron.
Tins best White Lead, superior quality.
Tins best Zinc Paint, superior quality.
Tins lies Black Paint, saperinr quality
Tias best Green Paint, superior qualit.
Tins best Bad Lead, sup'r ipnBty
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
Assorted Biscuits, First Brands.
Lea A Prrrin'e aasse.
Uaae Jnlre orrtial.
Finest Scotch Stoves, Complete.
The Following Machinery,
Wain sco tting,
&c. &c, &c. One Sugar Mill, Complete
White Cellar and Redwood Shingles
STEAM CLARIFIERS, 400 and 500 Gall$.
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., & Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS,
Wall Paper and Border
White Pine Boards,
PAINTS, OILS. TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
Paiitl and Whitewash Bruihrv
Assorted Brands Champagne.
Hennessy's 1, 2 and a Star Brandy,
Assorted Brands Brandy,
eases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Case Best Holland Gia,
Baskets Best Holland Gin, stone jugs,
Cases Best Old Tom Gin,
Sash Weights ft Line.
WILDER & CO.,
THEO. H. DAVIES,
OFFERS FOR SALE
The British Bark "Rifle,"
Chinti, Stripe, and Fancy
Heavy Blue Denims, Gray Cotton Shirtiara,
Grey Cotton Twills, Linen Drill, Sheetings,
White Cottons, Cotton Towels, Mosquito Ret,
Shirts, new Styles!
Very Superior Heavy Woolen Ponchos,
Bine Flannels, White Flannels,
Black and Blue Fine Cloth,,
Alpacas, Coburgs, Woolen Shawls,
Hawaiian and American Flags,
Striped Austrian LaakeLF.
Silk Umbrellas, Alpaca Sacs,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS,
SSxSO, 6 lbs., Asserted Colon ; 72x84, 7i lbs.,
Assorted Colors : and 72x84, 4 pt. Heavy
Dark Bine Blankets.
Pieces Only. F.lerat Velvet Cariveta,
6 only, large siir, Velvet Rug Carpets, Slxll7-in
A small assortment of Goeaell'a Celebrated Hair
English Leather Belting, 34a up to 8 inches.
White Laces, Aasorted Printing Inks,
Vegetable Oil (for machinery), White Lead,
Zinc and Boiled Oil, Castor Oil,
HOOP-IROJ in. a -- in.
One Eaeat .Boat wood and Walnut
Beers. V in cs k Liquors
Bass's and Blood. Wolfe A Co'a Celebrated Ales,
quarts and pints,
Blood, Wolfe A Go's Favorite Stout, a small lot in pt
Tennent's Scotch Ale, pts a qts, extra quality,
Iod Coope A Co'e new quality light Pale Ale, qtept
Cases Gensine "Old Tom,"
A few cases Very Sup'r Pale Imperial Brandy,
10 Cases Royal Highland Whiskey,
Caaas D. Knypers Hollands, Qr Casks Brandy,
115T Asst'd Best Brandies, 1 star up to 4 star.
Cases Punville's Irish Whiskey,
A few Cases Very Superior Port Wine,
4 Co." Superior Claret, a very
Cases Champagne and Moselle.
40 a 4! inch Light and Heavy Burlaps,
J). Corear Sons' Standard Navy Canvas, assert 'd
D. Corsar A Sons' Standard Merchant Canvas,
Bos. I, 2 and S.
Bast Doable Screened Welsh Steam Coal,
Fire Bricks, India Rubber Hose,
Liverpool Salt, Twine,
Fence Wire, Ceolert, MeOnie Clarinen,
ITAT rsr CASES
runt ana wraiasr m ean.
Pints and Quarts.
Co's Porter in glass, pts and qts.
F. T. lENEHAH at CO.
judgment, tbe first step toward accomplishing this object is to secure a good currency
reigns one which, if it
becomes superabundant with one people, will
find a market with some other ; a currency which
has as its basis tbe labor necessary to produce it
SUGAR MAT BAGS
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
The total amount of national bank circulation
outstanding is $331,000,000.
Wendell Phillips has been invited to visit
England as the goest of the organized
societies of this country it their seventh general
congress to be held in London next year.
The NOISELESS TUDOR,
The Radical Club of Boston is reported defunct. The causes assigned are tbe too great
proportion of ministers and preachers, giving too
much of a "theological twist' to the discussions,
and their purely speculative character.
was brilliant, but the frosting was belter than the
It is hoped that the negotiations between the
Government of Japan and the treaty powers,
looking to the further opening of that Empire,
and to the) removal of varioas restrictions upon
trade and travel, may soon produce the result
desired, which cannot fail to inure to the benefit
of all parlies.
Having on previous occasions submitted to the
consideration of Congress the policy of releasing
the Japanese Government from the payment of
the indemnity under tbe Convention of October
22 J, 1864, and as no action had been taken there
in, it became my duty to regard the obligationo-- l
of the Convention as in force, and as the other
powers interested have received their portion of
the indemnity in fall, the Minister of the United
States in Japan has, on behalf of this Govern- ment, received the remainder of the award doe
tbe United Mates under the Convention of Si- monoseki.
I submit the propriety of applying the increase
of a part, if not the whole of this fund, to the
education in the Japanese language of a number
of young men, to Ik under obligations to serve
the Government for a specified time as interpreters at the legations and consulates in Japan. A
limited number of Japanese youths might at the
same time be educated in our vernacular, and
mutual benefit would result to both governments.
Tbe importance of having offt own citizens
competent and familiar with the language of Japan to act as interpreters and in other capacities
conrtsvted with the legation and consulates in
that country cannot readily bo overestimated.
We omit the paragraph referring to a court to
try alien claims territorial Boundaries Alabama claims rights of Americans in Turkey
Mexican and South American claims and American citizenship and nationality as unimportant to most of oar readers.
TBE WAR IN CTBA.
deplorable strife in Cuba
continues without any marked change in the relative advantaThe insurrection
ges of the contesting forces.
continues, but Spain has gained no superiority.
Six years of strife give the insurrection a significance which cannot be ignored. Its duration and
tbe tenacity of its adherents, together with the
absence ot manifest power in its suppression on
the part of .Spain, cannot be controverted, and
may make some positive steps on the part of
Other powers a matter of
has determined to
The Postmaster-Genera- l
dismiss from his Department el! employee where
more than one member of a family holds a place.
This will result in the dismissal of a large number
The lathers of San Francisco have farmed a
combination to doable the price of lathfsVj the
Palace Hotel, which has resulted in the proprietors employing a large number of boys, who. under a competent foreman, are doing this work.
The Sba Mocsb. The sea mouse is one of the
prettiest creatures that live under the water,
it sparkles like a diamond and is radisnt.wiih all
the colors of the rainbow, although it lives in the
bottom of the ocean. It shoold not have been
called a moose, for it is larger than a big rat
is covered with scales that move up and down as
it breathes, and glitters like gold shining through
a flocky down, from which fine silky bristles
that constantly change from one brilliant tint into
another, so that, as Cuvfer, the great naturalist,
says, the plumage of the humming bird is no more
8ea mice are sometimes thrown up on
the beach by storms.
A Mortified Bride.
the ceremony in
church the other evening. There was an instant's
pause, bat nobody was brave enough to stoop
down and pick up the mass of blonde stuff and
hair pins. The bride left the church leaning
heavily on her husband's arm. Her face was very
red. and a sprout of hair (possibly eleven hairs
in all) stuck out at the back of her head, tied
And now her pa is
with a bit of
mean enough to refuse to pay the poor hair
fell down and fell
The sisters of the Tichborne claimant have
Over 1.100 students of tbe University of Edinburgh have d ecided to elect the Earl of Derby
to the Lord Rertorthip.
Sahib, has been delivered to Gawopore for further
examination as to his Identity.
Lecher, chief editor of the Vienna Press, has
been examined about the publication in that paHe refuseJ to
per of Von Arnim'a dispatches.
state from whom the dispatches were obtained-
M O E I, la E
BOLLE8 A CO.,
Ship Chandler) and
Importers and Dealers In Oeoeral Merchandise. Queen Street,
Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands.
ts for the Kaonakakai, atoaaaina, and Kakaako
ssae f H P
m X s'sisao. to ssae
C Wy liV
Pink Pad Prints, twrnry PMwSa,
Chiats Priale. Waise aad
Turkey Red Cettaa.
Brown CeOssa Drflt.
Heavy Bias Bowlta I. Hiekary
Join hands In a circle. One player, being
blindfolded, goes in the middle.
around ontil tbe blindman holds oat bis hand
Blae Twiiled Sagos
which the one immediately opposite takos bold
Tbe blind player tbao
of and enters tbo circle.
asks io succession tbe following qoastiuos : " Do
you love me? Can you love me? Will yoo love
me ?" and be should endeavor to render Intone and attitude as ludicrous aa possible, in order to provoke a smile from the young lady or
gentleman (as tbe rase may be) whom be is addressing, for which those players forming athe
circle must carefully watcb, the rule beiag, that
In the answers given, which should always be giv-io a feigned voice, tbe adverbs Yes and No
are inadmissible, and no inula is allowed on tbe
Otherwise, by way of penally
they must kiss each other, and II the Wind player
can then tell tbe name of the individual before
It sboott alto be obhim. tbey change places.
served that those players who poos through tbo
ordeal of the three questions without breaking
tbe rales, return to their places, and all dance
around as before.
Bleek SHk Alpeeaa.
Blaek aad ealersd Frees
Leas Seawls, Lisa assd Castas
Patent Thisad oa
Pine Clothe and
B. H. Lyons' Compound
f BerVsss. Ssii Ts
OR RECENT DISEASES,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soros, Uleers, Enrptioas,
Skin Diseases. Female Irregolaritie. andtiea-era- l
Debility. Asthma, Diseases of tha
Throat, Liver aad Kidneys.
Lsbkj'i Rirraeta, lea
By giving Health aad Tons to tha Oastrie
Toilet Mirrors. Fa
Qua Powder, Marks
Fssrnlahed to Order.
JgXTnsAA Tnewdara assd Ttstaredara Ventf.
Teas Wen, Pales OS. Css
P.,rtlaaJ lesssal. Ptads
Has Brick.. Pkys Clay.
Ssecapaaa. Span. Has?
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables,
eg, Ciaksiso Poises rs
Pea aad Peeks Kaiess.
Case HesdM ,
CkareoaJ Bog froes. Ttaasd
R H. LYONS FLUID COMPOUND.
Nesklasws, Cresses, As., I sake
See Directions for Using
PURIFYING THE BLOOD !
The Proprietor having erected a neat and romtnoS!oa
HabbsMk's Lisasad 06V
VEGET1BLE, FRUIT MD POULTRY IIRKE.',
Adjoining tbe FsmUy Meal Market. wUI be prepared to
prnmpUr and satWactorUy All orders far overruling
to tarnish tbe tabln with all tbe ssabaSawskUe an
Delicacies tbe country affords.
Shipping; supplied ost assert .Votlee.
Blaak aad Ureas Paints. Rsd
Meats, Ac, delivered to all porta of tbe efts' wltbuat exK. H. BQV1.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Castor Oil, Rase sb Salts.
Tar aad Ptteh. Cerdags. Cork.
Ksspty nisiliaw. TlmjaJ.
Empty Syrnp Tineas.
THKIR URtfAl. FI'LI. ATO
constant supply of
Seasonable Goods in their Line !
Fine Plated Table Wars,
Assorted Clares. Kbias oyias.
Boutsllesm'i Csgaas, I ted Asa
Staple Dry Quods,
Paints, Oil, Turpentine 1 Varnish,
Cooking Stoves A Hollow Wars,
Downer's A Crysteline Kerosene Oil,
Ox Bows, Yokes A Wheelbarrows,
Cast Steel, Nail Rods Boras Shoe Iron,
California Sola A Skirting Leather,
French Cslf A Lining Skins,
German Ala. assarts aad
JssTrey's Ale. As.
Jefrsy's Stoat, do.
Bavarian Bear. 4s.
Pumps, Carriage Axles
Olae, Borax, Pomlee
Havana and German Cigars!
Shoemaker's Tools, Lasts, Pegs
a Few Regalalsr
Dairy Salt, Card Matches
AU Sorts of Brushes, Blacking A Shoe Polish,
COCOAINB, HYPERION, PYROLIONSOCS ACID
Tin Plates, Solder
AU sit in a row. One to be blindfolded on the
opposite side of tbe room, who crosses over,
when they all hold out their bands, aod taking
the first one with which he come in contact in
his own. he proceeds to ask tbe individual foor
questions, each of which should alosoot oeeasaw-tat- e
tbe using of tbe adverbs Tea and No in the
Now, tbe players most bear io
mind that on no account must tbe adverb Tea or
No bo used, or any word beginning with Y or N;
and it will require no small amount of care of ingenuity to avoid tbo trap tbos bud for toem
Should, however, tbe first player avoid bvtag
caught, tbe hlitidman most return to bis corner,
and tbey all change places, when he again takes
Whoever is first entrapped
a hand as before.
Tha Danish Ministry have requested tbe Rigs-raa- d
not to interfere with the Government respecting tbe expulsion of Danish subjects from
Schleswig while the matter is nnder discussion
Since my last annual message tbe exchange
Advices from Gold Coast state that a great
has been made of tbe ratification of treaties of gathering of native chiefs was held at Cape Coast
extradition with Ilelgium. Ecuador, Peru and San Castle on tbe 28lh of October to clearly express
all of which have been duly proclaimSalvador
their views on the slavery and 'other questions.
ed, as has also a declaration with Russia with
Purchase or the Mount of Olives. " While in
reference to trade marks.
Jsmsaloni," writes a lady traveller, 'we paid oar
The report of the Secretary of War herewith respects to the Princess de la Tour d'Auvergne,
attached, and forming a part of the message, who resides there, and who has purchased the
gives all the information concerning the operaMount of Olives for the Catholics, for 8100,000,
tions, wants and necessities of the army, and
to the French Government.
contains many suggestions which I commend to ceding it
your special attention. There is no class of centuries it was lost to the Catholics, ever since
Government employes who are harder workers the Crusaders were driven out of Jerusalem.
than the army officers, and none who perform She is now erecting a convent on the very spot
tbhir tasks more cheerfully and efficiently, and
were Christ prayed. The prayer is inscribed in
under circumstances of greater privations and
different languages around the incishardships.
Legislation is desirable to render thirty-tw- o
ure of the court yard. Tbe Countess is very
more efficient this branch of the public service.
ogreable, rather post fifty. She lives in an old
Oriental cottage, and her sole companions are her
The efficiency of the navy has been largely increased during the past year under the inipul-- e of tortoise shell cat Mormadoke and her brown dog
the foreign complications which have threatened
She speaks English very well. She
us at the commencement of tbo last session of
Most of our efficient wooden ships will remain until her work is done, which has
were put in a condition for immediate service, already been in progress seven years.
and the repairs of the iron-clad- s
were pushed with
Maxims :ip Rotbscbild.
The will of the late
tbe utmost vigor. The result is that most of
artiBaron R' ischild consisted of twenty-fiv- e
theso are effective and need only to be manned
and set in coaimission to go at once into service. cles, of which paragraph twenty, remarkable for
Some of the new sloops authorized by Congress
its beautiful lessons of filial obedience and brother
are already in commission, and most of tbe re
ly love, is as follows : " I exhort all my beloved
mainder are already launched and wait only the
always to live in harmony ; never to
completion of their machinery to enable tbem to
take their places as part of the effective force. loosen tbe family bonds ; to avoid evil differences,
ships have been completed
dissension and litigations ; to use forbearance toduring the post year, sod four of oar large double
ward each other sad not to allow temper to get
are now undergoing repairs.
the better of tbem, and to be friendly in their
When these are finished everything that is needMy children possess a good examful for our Navy as now authorized will be in a disposition.
condition for service, and with the advance in the ple in their excellent grandparent. Friendliness
science of torpedo warfare, the American Navy, was also tbe sure condition to tbe happiness and
comparatively small as it is, will be found at any
success of tbe whole Rothschild family. May my
time powenui enougn lor tbe purposes ol a peacechildren now and never lose sight of this family
Much has been also accomplished during the tradition, and may tbey follow the exhortation of
year in the aid of science and to increase the sum my late father, their grandfather, contained in paof general knowledge and further the interests of
ragraph fifteen of his last will, always to remain
commerce and civilization.
Extensive and much
needed soundings have been made for hydrogra-phi- c true and faithful, and without changing, to the
purposes and to fix the proper routes of paternal faith of Israel."
Further surveys of the great
Isthmus Canal have been undertaken and completed.
Two vessels of the Navy, now employed in conjunction with those of England.
ABOI T 20.OO0 HAWAIIAX
OXTAISINVEng-uaFrance, Germany and Prussia, in observations
connected with the Transit of Venus, is useful
and interesting to the scientific world. Tbe estimates for this branch of the public service do not
An English Hawaiian Vocabulary,
difler materially from those of last year, for the
general support ol the service being somewhat
less, and those for improvement at the various CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF
BT I.OKKI.V AXOIEWa
stations rather larger than the corresponding
estimate made a year ago. The regular maintef Bound In Sheen
- O OO
J goo,,,, tn nir Morocco...
nance and the steady increase in tbe efficiency of
H. M. WHITNEY.
For Sale by
this most important arm in proportion to the
growth of oar marine intercourse and interest, is This Valuable Work can be obtained of
recommended to tbe attention of Congress.
Messrs. TRUBJTER A CO., l'Ate rooster Row, London.
Messrs. BARNES A CO., John Street. New York.
The use of the Navy during peace might be furMessrs. BANCROFT A CO.. San Francisco.
ther utilized by a direct authorization of the emAlso, tor Hale,
ployment of naval vessels in surveys of the supSO BO
Hawaiian and Esasrllab Ptaraaes Booh
posed wrvigable waters of other nationalities on Hawaiian
this continent, especially the tributaries of the
two great rivers of South America, tbe Orinoco
and the Amazon.
Nothing prevents, under ex!
isting laws, such exploration, except that the expenditures most be made in such expeditions beyond those usually provided for by the appropriA FEW PHOTOGRAPH VIEWS
The field designated is unquestionably
one of interest and one capable of a large devel
opment of commercial interests, advantageous to TVT
the people reached and those who may establish
Lately from Tahiti,
relations with them.
OBTAINED AT THE STORE
tbe undersigned. Among; them are tbass :
View of the City and Harbor of Honolulu, taken
CABINET MAKES AND TTPHOLSTESTEH
from Punchbowl unquestionably the finest
picture of Honolulu extant.
King Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Wn.1
View of Port snd Hsrbor of Papeete.
buy and aall seond-baofiy
View in Koolau, Oahu.
Mountain Scenery in Koolau, Oabu.
Point Venus, Tahiti.
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
Australian Steamer at Wharf in Honolulu.
In Pomltnreof every description. FnrnUnr,- Ware- - Rooms on
Diamond Head, Honolulu.
Fort Street, opposite Cbaae'sPatftogtaph QaHery. WorkMeKesgue's Sugar Plantation, Koolau.
shop at the old stand on Betel Street, near Fort.
603 Orders from the other Islands proinptlj attended to. '1
Tamarind and Cocoanut Tress.
Map of Tahiti and Moorea.
These are all very finely taken, and can be had
Successor to John Sefll.
Por flats by
mounted or aamouDted.
Machinist, Lock and Cun Smith
B. M. WHITNEY .
The native in custody supposed to be Nena
Make a tare bag of thia white pape- w- sfrs-popwill do ; Sll it with eogar ploms, and tie a
string around too top to koop it hot. Oaopeod
from tbe ceiling, or from a largo door-frasoEach little-- player is
provide a long, light stick.
blindfolded in tarn, and tbe stick pot into her
She is then fed within reach of the bag
and told to strike M. If she succeeds in her aim
and tears a hole in it, the sugar plains are scat
tered on the floor, and the little ones scramble
for them ; bat it is by no means easy to strike
suspended object blindfolded ; generally Bony atEach player is
tempts are made unsuccessfully.
allowed three tnals.
If the giver of taw bag
pleases, small gifts may be pot into it. tiay books,
dolls, etc.. with the gogar plums.
The great painting of SL Anthony, by Murillo,
has been stolen from the cathedral at Seville,
' Ht'RC'Sf. wees
Tint "TfaisTMAS OAta
titioned the Queen for his release.
LATE F0BEIGTC MICELLAUT,
the community where settled, and to the great
If this evil
demoralization of those localities.
practice can be legislated against, it will be my
pleasure, as well as my doty, to enforce any regulation to insure so desirable an end.
which will give us value.
Gold and silver are
now the recognized mediums of exchange the
world over, and to this we should return with the
least practicable delay. Id view of the pledges
of the American Congress when our present lev PER BABE
gal tender system was adopted, and tbe debt
contracted, there should be no delay certainly
no unnecessary delay, in fixing by legislation a
method by which we will return to specie.
The steps toward the return to a specie basis are
the great requisites to this devoutly
White fc Colored Rstlaii Matting,
end. There are others which I may touch
A nation, dealing in a currency
below that of specie in valoe, labors under two
Nests Camphor Trunks,
First Having no use for the world's acknowlNankin'
edged medium of exchange, gold and silver.
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
These are driven oat of the country because there
is no demand for their use.
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
Second Tbe mediums of exchange in use beCanvas Shoes,
ing of a fluctuating value ; for, after all, it is only
worth just what it will purchase of gold and silDried Dates,
ver, metals baviflg an intrinsic value just in proGold A Silver Jewelry,
portion to the honest labor it takes to produce
Tortoise Shell & Crvstal Jewelry, them. A large margin mast be allowed for proGentlemen fc Ladies Paty HatSj
fit by the manufacturers and producers.
China Brick & Side-wal- k
mouths from the date of production to date of
Interest upon capital must be
changed, and tbe risk of fluctuation in the value
offsetting that which is to be received in payment added. Hence, high pricks act as protection to the foreign producer, who receives nothA Great Vari.-- l v ot
ing in exchange for tbe product of his skill and
labor except a currency good at a stable value
the world over. It seems to me that nothinir is
clearer than that the greater part of the burthen
of the existing prostratidn of a sound financial
FOR SALE BT
system, falls upon the workingman, who must,
AFOXe A AfHlTK.
after all, produce the wealth, and the BalarietJ,
N'uuanu street, near King.
man who superintends and conducts business.
The burthen falls on them in two ways ; by the
depreciation of employment and by the decreased purchasing power ot their salary. It is the
PARK WORKS, LEEDS.
duty of Congress, not mine, to devise the means
of correcting the evils which are acknowledged
THE LITTLE STRANGER, 3.3s. to exist; but I will venture to suggest two or
three things which seem to me as absolutely necessary to a return to specie payment
THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER
great requisite as a return to prosperity. The
legal tender clause to the law authorizing the
BAJiD LOCK STITCH (JBBVTTLE,)
issuing of currency by the National Government
should be repealed, to take effect as to all contracts entered into after a day fixed iq the repealing act.
This should not apply, however, to
payments of salaries by the Government, or for
other expenses now provided by law to be paid
NEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE,
In the interval pending between
(SHUTTLE) K? 10s.
repeal and final resumption, provision should be
made by whici the Secretary of the Treasury
can obtain gold as it becomes necessary from
time to time, from tbe date when specie resumpFOB TA.ILOBIXG AND MAXCFACTUEISG
To this might and should be
added, a revenue sufficiently in excess of expenses as to insure an accumulation of gold in the
& Wilson's Machines, Treasury to sustain redemption. I recommend
this subject to your careful consideration, believing that a favorable solution is attainable, and
Jfr- - Merchants and Shippers supplied. "B
. that if reached
by this Congress the present and
Losrpos Ornci :
future generations will ever gratefully remember
C. K. WILSON, 28 FALCON SQUARE,
it as their delivery from a thraldom of evil and
Sewing Machine repaired: Dealer in Sporting Goods
LONDON, E. C, ENGLAND.
Agent for the Celebrated FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES,
i- SO. Fort Street, Honolnln. H. I.
AT FEACB WITH TBS WORLD.
J- - Messrs. NTSSEY A PILLING sndertake the
During the past year nothing has occurred to I
Purchase for Foreign Buyers, of all classes of British
disturb the general friendly and cordial relation
Mads Enema, Machinist, Hardwam, Woolli
of the United States with other nations.
490 Ksahumsso St., opposite Mr. O. Rhodes' Stars,
a Sort Goods.
indastsies. each as has not been witnessed with
as for many years. Speculation as to the cause
for this prostration night be indulged in without
profit, because as many theories would be advanced as there would be independent writers :
therefore I will call your attention only to the
fact, and to some questions as to which it would
seem there should be no disagreement.
this prostration two essential elements of prosperity have been most abundant labor and capital. Both have been largely unemployed. Where
security has been undoubted, capital has been obtainable at very moderate rates. Where labor
has been wanted it has been found in abundance
at cheap rates compared with what the accessories and comforts of life could be purchased with
the wages demanded. Two great elements of
prosperity, therefore, have not been denied us.
A third might be added : Our soil and climate
are unequalled within the limits of any contiguous territory, under one nationality, for its varieties of products, to feed and clothe a people
in the amount of surplus to spare to feed less
Therefore, with these facts in
Tiew, it seems to me that wise statesmanship at
this session of Congress would dictate ignoring
tbe past and distributing, in proper channels,
these great elements of prosperity to any people.
Tbe debt abroad is tbe only element that can,
with always a sound currency, enter into our affairs to cause any continued depression in tha industries or prosperity.
A great conflict for
existence made necessary for temporary
purposes the raising of a large sum of money
from whatever source attainable.
It was made
necessaty, in the wisdom of Congress
and I do
not doubt their wisdom in the premises regarding the necessity of the times to devise a system of national currency, which it proved to be
impossible to keep on a par with the recognized
currency of the civilised world. This begot a
spirit of speculation involving an extravagance
and luxorioosness not required for tbe happiness or
prosperity of a people, and involving both directly and indirectly foreign indebtedness.
The currency being of a fluctuating value, proved to be
unsafe to hold for legitimate transactions requiring money and became a subject of speculation
Those two causes, however, have inin itself.
volved us in a foreign indebtedness contracted in
good faith by the borrower and lender, which
should be paid in coin, and according to tbe bond
agreed upon when tbe debt was contracted gold
or its equivalent.
The good faitb of tbe Government cannot be violated toward creditors
without national disgrace. Our commerce shoold
be encouraged, American ship building and carrying capacity increased, foreign markets made
to seek for the product of tbe soil and manufactures, to the end that we may be able to pay
tbese debts where a market can be created for
the sale of ptber products, either of the soil, tbe
mine, or the manufactory
a new means is discovered of utilizing our idle capital and labor to
tbe advantage of the whole people.
India Pale Ale.
Pints an. Quarts.
Blood, Wolfs A Co'r India Pale Ale, pts and qts.
Bass A Co's India Pale Ale. pints and quarts,
McEwan's Draught Ale in hhds,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets
Casea Best Old Port,
Casks Hennessv's Pale Brandy,
Casks Pale Sherry,
Casks Irish Whiskey,
Casks Jamaica Rum.
WAI aay Port
Cases Pink Paas.
Cases Prints Assarted.
Linen Stripe Tasso Cloth,
Cotton Taaao Cloth.
Cases of Tweeds. Assorted.
Cases of Cashmeres, Assorted,
Cases of Assorted Lewes.
Cases of Assorted Shawls,
Cases of Assorted Denims,
Cases of Assorted Drills,"
Cases of Assorted Cottons.
In connection with this subject I call the attention of Congress to a generally conceded fact, that
PRESIDENT GRANT'S MESSAGE.
the proportion of Chinese immigrants who come
to our shores do not come ostensibly to make
their homes with os, and,their labor productive
of general prosperity ; bat tbey come under a
contract with head men, who own them almost
WAfmrxom. December 7th. To the Senate
In a worse form does this apply to
and the House of Representatives : Since the Chinese women. Hardly a perceptible per cent-ag- e
convening of Congress one year ago, the nation
of them perform honorable labor ; they are
has undergone a prostration in its business and
brought for shameful purposes, to the disgrace of
TIEM ANN, Muter,
ill SORTS, SIZES
a small nrreici ot
k Carpenters' Tools, HaidlK 4r.
Church, Plantation, Table aad Oong'tJells.
Ts Trads at tavissd as
1 THOUSAND ARTICLES FOR USE 1 COIVEliEKCE
Too numerous to mention.
Me at the
Loweel Possible srteess
H. HACKFELD ft
HEW GOODS! lflTir f.OOD.
SHIP 8YREN, FROM BOSTON.
BOSTON CARD MATCHES
Azsa, Ax Pattern Hate bets. .Shingling HatabsU. Cos n tee Real as, zlsns Haass.
Horse Nails, Galvanised Brat Nads, assarted ; Oaiveaiasd Bast IsassamtOxOI
Solid Socket Sards, Boas. I I. a-li- rasa ; Aa I
Best Finished and Varnished Ox Bows,
ALSO, A GOOD STOCK
and 3 iaea.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, Ac.,
Manila and New Zealand Cordage, Galvanised Tabs sad Baskets.
Wasatksrrowe assd Ceewi
Ail or which will be
As., ass,. As
DILLINGHAM & Co.,