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I, FRIDAY, JAN.’ fe 1873.
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land, fo rich’a soil, such great com
mercial advantages, so salubrious
; Said Mrs. A.
a climate and romantic scenery,
To Mr« J.,
can hardly be found on the face of
•• It seems to me
tH That Mia. B.
A L ate R esident of H onolulu .
New York, Jan. ?: 1873.
IL afay ette
mtial electibn in the United
ate3 causes as much excitement
- Published every Friday by
i does their own biennial election
fr, MU X IP TO1T.
)f mernbeti of the Legislative As
TKRM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION
In fact, as to general informa-
heir Dlapoaitioia U:
i* United State».
¡On regarding the topics of the
Dè* Cepp, Six Mwatifts,
<Me ttopy, Tkree MewtMa,
was overheard ¡>0 »ay-*
! | [From the N. Y. Tribune,]
termed people; and not only upon
She grieved to touchy ■
Upon it much.
To the Editor of The T
»olitical^questions, but upon those
BATES OF ADVERTISING :
Judge Boardman in pronouncing But •• Mrs. B. took—such and such ! w
seem Ocience and arts. But they are
S ir : A * s
Then Mrs. K.
' ^TwT^wnWyfMT 6 mt T?K bo
exist in this country respecting lazy an(Bthriftle88, and the vices of sentence on Stokefc used the follow
1 Inch, 1 7« |125 175 6 00 J VéO ira
the aetf-aame day.
ch Islands, it «may b#
llnches, | 175| 2 50 300 8 00 J 12
'Twas sad to tbink
“To me remains the painful duty
22 00 interesting to the public in view of them off, so that in a few years the
line be», 250 350 4 50 900 1 18
Here came a wink
30 00 die Critical condition of affairs in -Beautiful and romantic islands will of pronouncing the judguient of “ T’hat Mr»f B. wat fond of drink.’*
ilnche«, 300 4 00| 500 11 1 20
The friend'» disgust
450 5 50 600 18 1 22 i 32 00 that kingdoi
tnow no feet but those of strang-
strancr- the law, not alone as the punish
kingdom* to receive some trust know
such she must ’H .
i Col. . 500 700 900 20 1 28 1 38 00 worthy?
— —- drgi and the Ft » range legends and ment of your crime, but also that Inform a lady M which ehe nussedfr
20 1 30 1 50 00
700 900 12
- That Mrs B. 1 I
30 1 50 j 90 00 The total area of the groop is 6,000 stories of the wild mountain glens by your example others may take
At half-past three
of a. J 60,000
dljd passes will be recited no long- warning. I am sad at your un
Was that far gone she couldn’t see! ”1
Business notices in th« Local Columns, 25
The population In 1866 was about
happy fate, so young, so attractive
eeats per line, each insertion.
Tbi* lady We
For legal and transient advertisements $2.- 60J 000 ,o( j whom less than 10,0P0 * i
1852. Kamehameha III., with in person, with so many fountains
liave mentioned, she •'
50 per square of 12 lines, for the first inner- are foreigners, not counting those
t Rgliobles and people, liuilt up a '^f joy yet untasted; still greater my Gave uedle-work to Mral B.,
tie«, and $1.00 per square tor each subsequent
And at »ueb news
of mixed blood; of the foreigners c j^titutional monarchy^ formed sorrow to witness the unmerited
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wzrt L I* 1 0
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Legal Advertisements to be Paid for up something
0yer z’ one-half
are ' Amer
1 ke. that of England, but partaking
>g disgrace you have brought upon But further nedl«-work refuse. »] I
on making Proof by the Publisher.
i Then Mr»; B.,
your family and friends, for your
H ouohjlu has a population
^.Personal Adv*. 50 Ct*, a Line. ^63 icans.
J As you’ll agree.
of abefut 12.000. Most of the for-. American ideas. * In 1864, Kame* disgrace is reflected upon them, Quite properly—she said? said she.
p^iubcriptions Sent East, $2 00 a Year.
eignei’si-esi» ide there, and it is also
è lirpeha V., who had just come to who are pure—your dishonor, un
MiM"! That «he vroftld track
The »caudal ____
justly, it is true, but inevitably,
the seat of government. The is the
to the constitution ( however, stains their truth and virtue. It
A. 0. PHitLfM O.0).S •3 lands hâjB long been and aye now ohth
, ..A M X'rs. , K. *
tiDn. • ;iThis
call was of a revolu-
revolu you—a spectre * that death alone She got at last it to Mr».
icans, holding as they do thé mqst tfony
• important position commercially of tionary character and totally un- efin vanquish. It were, idle for me,
ILL BEAT LAFAYETTE ON THE
any of the Pacific islands. In case e^n^itutional, but the people re injt were proper, to trace the path She painted her so deep a dye t
First Monday of ea
each Month and
Said Mrs. A., , J
of a war any foreign power owning sponged
sponded by sending men - to Hon from innocence
to crime, to tell the4
Remain daring Court Week.
In Nor? dismay.
them could sweep American^ com olulu who proved resolute and de- tale of appetites
ippetites unrestrained, or I no such thing
did ever »ay.
merce from the Pacific. It is but nirrhined not to surrender their passions fierce; vindictive and un-
I eaid i hat you
P. c. SULLIVAN.
Had stouter grew
natural that they should be regard- righty The convention was in bridled.___
___ _ do it. ______
< session som<i months, a&d was then time which thé law gives you be On too much sugar—which you do LT*
Atorney at Law, I ed>with
It might be supposed that Amer* plbrbgued suddenly and without devoted to reflection dn the past,
Drew Verra Wenhip, ! |
to repentance of your sins, and in
ican‘influence would predominate
ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS because of the large number of who
tjicn foisted upon the people preparation for that great change
The Chicago Pulpit has thw
of Yamhill, Polk and other counties i
pungent hit at Church-going hs. a
thing of style,
Consciences area much mote
Harris ’ ’ being a leading member,
member. ward S. Stokrs, in obedience to the readily
are regarded with dislike by many .Harris
put at|ase in the
Attorney at Law of the nobility and those in power. according to popular beleif in the I requirements of the law, this of church-gbing
than; they Once
It is true that some Americans jsl|hd& He is an American, and Court orders and directs that you
hold positions under the Govern •slewed ] his want of republican be taken hence in the custody of* were. Mrs. Jones loses hers in
e Office ia the Coart H ours .
ment, but they had lost American spjrit by ’ aiding that high-handed the Sheriff of the city and county fact that her old bonnet will look
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sympathies. A member of the proceed
of New York to the prison from shabby beside Mrs. Smith’s- new
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Legislative assembly well express V According Ito the Constitution whence you came, and that you be one, although Mrs. Jones’ bonpet
ed this feeling in 1868, by saying, Gf|t8|2, as well as that of 1864, a there confined in close custody by was very pretty and becoming the
be said Sheriff till* the 28th day of Sunday before. Her daughter
during the discussion of the pro-,
Î kiesjsor « to •' the
w*. • « must
doed not attend the e|v6-
I posed reciprocity treaty with thé appointed by ¡the Legislative As February, 1873, and that upon
■MOWER A HARRIS,
United States: “ Ua makau ma- sembly, when a King dies without that day, between the hours of uing service unless invited by Mr.
. Will hold themselves in readiness to
kou i ka haole ! ’’that is “We are naming one. The old Hawaiian eleven in the morning and three Augustus, for the reason that
«wer all calls upon them for anything in
i afaid of foreigAers ! ” Of America ;eusftom,| arising, from an anoma- in the afternoon, you be hanged Augustus’ coat is always lot “ de-
they are especially afraid, saying, lou^ stiate of society, traces descent by the neck till you be dead, and gant fit,” and his gloves of “deligl
when the matter of annexation is thrpugh the women of the royal may God have mercy on your ful color,” and he holds the hytyn-
book in “ such a graceful way: *
discussed, that, should it occur, hoijse,- they themselves not succeed- oui.”
and vice versa, Augustus invites
their position would be the same ingito» the throne, but the male
as that of the Indians, they would linq through them. According to A Grant Organ on the Credit Mobi- Arabella because she is “ stylish
s All wofk done according to contract or
and “ fashionable,” and the “ other
be gradually exterminated. Can thii thein, the probable successor
oharge will be made. Try us.
| fellows of his set|[|willhenvy him.’?
¿. P. BOWER,
any one deny that such a feeling is; to the throne will be, not the late
[From the Cincinnati Gazette, the Leading If you do not believe [this,
T. J. HARRIS.
king’s sister, “ Ruta teelikolani,”
Grant Organ in Ohio.
mar 11 if
your window wne
but[th<^ Prince William Lunalilo,
But that such a feeliug exists but|th£
It is not pleasant to write about morning while the church bells are
and controls the nation ia undonbt- ■i who was related to the late' King the Credit Mobilier. After taking
ringing, and watch the passing
through7 his mother.
ed, and should the subject be sub ttiràugìf
an active part during the cam crowd. There is the »me pitiful
mitted to popular vote it would be . Much might be written of the paign in circulating all the denials
mockery from the r beginning
of the Islands; but suf-
Proprietor. overwhelmingly rejected: In fact,
THOMAS RYAN, -
that were made of what was then, end. The color of tbedresB/
the dress, toe
if annexation must come, the 'peo
'peo- » ficfHjt to say that, for sugar,' and believed here to; be slander undi
multitudinous trimmings, the hump j
they are un-
ple would say: “ Let us go to Eng CbtSit particularly
luted and without even the found at the bock where' Hie waist ter
HOTEL IN land. ”
Very likely the logic of eabaled. It pays to cultivate I su- ation of distorted truth to rest up
. HARD FINISHED thro’-,
Ivi. the State.
time will settle the question,, and gar,[¡in epite of the enormous dt
duties on; after ransacking the Globe for minates—all the deformities of(
in favor of the United States, but rquifed to be paid at ' the San Fran evidence that charges of even the fashion in silks and laces are imb ’
no crowding now will aid tliat r cisco Custom-house. In 1870 the slightest complicity could not be tated . by the poorer class in
Board per Week..
materials, and Bridget ‘
Board and Lodging
The American amoyht
amopnt produced was about 20- true; after writing, by direct au cheaper
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drapes her shawl in exactly ihe li
f ' At if
policy at Honolulu ahoulff be one OOOjtuns, and that ¡ could be in
thority of those interested, two of
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of extreme care and caution. An*
crease! at leasi
least five-fold, as well the denials so widely published; same way as does her mistress»
3EV14 Free Carriage will be in attendance
to Convey PaMcngers
Passengers to the llouvt.*
annex- after a full belief founded upon Join the crowd, and you will hear
nexation was indefinitely postpon as etfery other producion, jf annex
yon pass along, that * “ Mra.rH
ed when the grave politicians at ation eould only remove the duties. such infoiynation that could be ob as you
Washington ¡¡refused to agree to Should
Sho$d the islands be ’annexed to tained here, that the denials were has a new silk of the loveliest
made”— but you
the treaty of reciprocity.
America, those who bold}
hold? property 811 trqp in the unqualified sense in shade, that it is made
oh, and hear that * Mias
Regarding the people and their might become very wealthy,
wealthy. j In wfcich the public received them, it hurry on,
has worn .the
the same dress all the
i character, only a Qentury and half fact, with such a condition there was very far from pleasant to know
season: ” thatu Mr P. ha« a new
BOOK BINDER, PAPER RULER AND ago they were heathens; now they- could hardly be a more alluring
that the Committee of Investigation diamond pun” that “he is paying
are civilized, The land is covered field Tor investment than thesA is* had scarcely touched the matter in
attention^ to MissM.;”amd that
¡with schools and churches. Com lands.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, mon school education is more gen Son
“ Miss M. is not stylish; f ” and;so
Sonthren men who manage io al felly and every One whose name
nam ap- on ad infinitum, were you not afc
eral than in any of the more enlight get 1/700 or 1,800 pounds of su: peared on the Oakes Ames list 'was
the church door.
No. 94,Front Street, between Washington ened natiotfs of the world. To find gar.f$om an acre by hard work found to be in greater or less degree
Mid Alder, over Hopkins’ Hardware Store, a man or ^roman, who can neither will understand- something about
involved. There is no intention of The romantic town ofSankapore^
v^lue of land that will produce asserting here that all were disre Conn., witnessed a most romantic
i read or write is so strange as to the i vi
excjte contempt. Several newspa without extra cultivation, an aver putably involved; but in the very
wedding on Thanksgiving Day,*
pers ate edited and published in age <;5,000 pounds to the acre. mildest form in which the matter
After an engagement of 50 years,
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the original 1 Hawaiian tongue, and I Lavi known of instances of a can be stated, allure in a very .em
Blank Boeks made to order, and ruled to
the youthful ¿bridegroom of 78
in the poorest hov- production of ordr
rér six tuns to the barrassing position.
«wa»1»: aro to be found
Summers led to we altar ¡Bis
els in the land. It is an every-day acre.
acre, J t It is also an error to sup
with neatness and dispatch, ’ -
blushing bride of 79. For 60 years
jfrence to find natives in the pose tliat
that small farmers cannot do
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his Sunday evenings
£uclf has been ppoved at the
cwoods gravely arguing and well; feuclf
which has ended 137 strange wieh his love, and ‘ now’ after (foH
discussing the questions which ag islancfe in many instances. Though
eventful histories during* the Hast liberate consideration they have
outside world. A Presi- but ^little
^.little country, yet so fair a
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
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concluded to marry.
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