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llO.SolL.l ,AI Ol f-T91. mi.
In commercial matters ne find lltlleuf special Inlet -ret
since rar last Issue. Ila.lnest far the Mkldnc
fret fromimjtlilufr of a rrnstltnc nature. If n except
Jtonday and Tnesilay-stcamer diys. Tlil week the
i.Ikelllee InanRueated her early departure, which en
livened nutters both In movements of merchandise and
passengers of which she went off fall, as Intnl.
M the PiertRiir l of Ileal Estate on the llh Inst,
of a erml paresis In JIan valley bt one piece was
sold, twin knocked down to V. II. Hatch forthoaam
of J2. The balance waa withdrawn and will be oiler
next Piturdiy. At the Assignees sale on the l'tli Inst.,
of the Pickering estate the attendance waster fair
and satisfactory prices reallcetl
In shipping matters there hare been hnt silent move
metis during the week, the Knreka's being the only
cargo for Han 1'ranctsco. Talon at ejT.iai.s-j and the
Jenny Walker for Farming's Islaml with supplies.
The - II. Dlmond from Kalinlnl comes to load for
flan Francisco. The " Ulla has loaded all the freight
offering and sails to-day noon for Han Francisco.
POUT Ol' HONOLULU.
Aug H-Stm Mnkolll. from Koolan
.."&h ?i,il,?.f,'m"' ,,nm 'hln
ll-H m I.lke Ike, from Hawaii anil Maul
-Him - II IJIsliop, from Kolot ami U'almea
-Htm .las Maker, fm llanalel, Kllauea A Kapaa
l.-Am bktne tt II Dlmnnd, llnmllrtt fm Kahnlul
,2tm .''."" V,,,m 'laaml Molnkal
I8-Hch Kekauluotil, from llanalel
IJ-Hlm Iwalsnl, from Kona, Kail ami Jlaalaea
Htm .! Makce, from llanalel
Hell .Mile Morris, from Moloknl
-Hell Wnllclc from .Mallko
19-Am Ik t'anulrii.Sivanlon, HI days from Port
9)-Stm Kllauea lion, from Kahnlut
Aug U-Sch Walnll, for Paanlian
Hch Wallelr, fcr Mallko
!. A,m bktfin Kureka, Kmersnn, for Han Fran
la-llavr acti Jennr Walker, Knackc, for Fg'na Is
-Mm Kllauea lion, for Kahnlul
I8-Hch Warwick, for Kalaupapn
Htm l.lkellkc, for Maul ami Hawaii
-Htm J It lll.hop. for Koloannil Walmea
,.2",n ,? M"fc,iw Kllauea, Kapaa .t llanalel
li-Hch Ilaleakaln, for lllln
Hch Kiilaminu, fur Kohalaleln
l'J-Am bk Iltiena Vista, Calhoun for P Townacnd
Veol in Port.
Ilrlt bclne Surprise, .lackoiu
(ler bk Itnmmnnla, Wilier
Am bk Uaiudcn, Hwnnton
Am bktne Kiln, Drown
1 1 in bktne W II lilmoiid, llondlett
Vosaola Expected nt Honolnlu, from ForolRii
Ilrlt ship City of llnmhay, Lowell, (llasRow, due O W
Mairarlauv A. (.'o, Afents
Ilrlt bk Hunolk, llyfnril, I.ondun, due Aug S3-S). C Ilrew
er A On, Agints
Ilrlt lik Obernn, Harvey, Liverpool, due Sept 85-31),
T II Davles, Agent.
Ilrlt bk tllengabcr, .McOhce, Liverpool, dne Septl-n,
Haw bk lolanl. (lariels, llrcmen.diie, Oct. 33-30 Hack-
ft Id A. Co.Agents
Ilrlt bk lllrcli drove, Francis, Newcastle, lonl'g June 10
Wilder .t Co. Agents
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Potter, New Vnrk, dun Oct
IU-13 Cnstlc.t Coiiku, Acnts
Am bk Ceylon, llallitt, Ilostun, due Oct .VIO 0.
llrewer ,t Co. Agents
Itoyal Yacht Wanderer. Tahiti, due
Ilrlt thin i Hli Lancelolle, (llasgow , loading July 7,
tl. Macfarlane .fc Co, Agents.
Am bk Carb.irlen, Hopkins, New York, duo Oct 25-CO,
Castle A Cooke, Agents
Clcr bk Adonis, llrcmeu, to sail In July, II. Hack-
felil ,t Co, Acviits, "
Am bktne Kate Hudileii, Hates, Port Discovery for Ka-
Haw Hch Knluna, Klbllng, froas cruise, due Aug 10-13,
A. F. Cooke, Agent
Am bktne lMscovery, lVrrlman, Han Francisco, duo
. . .'.''.Jr1'."- ""ckfcld A Co, Agents
Am bk II Alniy, FrciMnan, San Francltco, due Aug
2..-3U, Castlu A Cooke, Agents
Am sell II Meyer, Howe, ban Francisco, due Sept.
1-3, 0 llrcw er A Co, Agents
Am bit ltnltiler, Wulir, Port (tumble, due Aug 15-3).
II. Ilackfelil A Co, Agents
Am bk Kmcrnld, Lord, Prt (lumble, loading July 11.
II. Ilackfelil A Co, Agents
Ilrlt bk.MeLirls Lyons, Nowtnslle.N. S. W., loading
July 13, Wilder A Co, Agents
Am sep Olaus bprcckcls, Coiislus, Port Discovery, for
Am bk Montana, , Departure Hay. due Aug S0-i,
C. r.rcvviT A Co, Agents
Am bk .Martha Itldeoiit. Wlckbnrg, Port Illakcly, due
Allen A Itoblnson. Agents
Am bktne J. A I'nlklnbiirg, Hubbard, San Francltco.
duo Aiil- SS-l, Cntlo A Cooke, Agents
Am bclne W m. (i. Iiwln. 1 inner, Vnu Francisco, duo
,. W:?.,"' w' " lnv' c'". Agents
I.M. H.H. City of Hjdnty, Dearborn, duo Aug XI, II.
Ilacklelil A Co, Agents
I'. U.H.H. Zialaiiilla. I'lictallcr. San Francltco, duo
. , ,KcP'Bj "HackfeldA Co. Agetila.
Am bktno Monitor, Humboldt, for Maliukona
Am bit II C Murray, Katcns, ban Francltco, doe AugSS-
ifl, I T I.i-nehan A Co, Agents
Am teh Itosarlo, Hwlft, Han Fmiclsco for Kahnlul, duo
Our harbor Is qulto baro of foreign shipping this
week, but as there are setcrnl about due, webopo tosco
our whanca looking lhcly by this time next week.
The Am bktno Klla Is at llrewer A Co's wharf loaded,
and sails to-day for Ban Francltco.
The Clcr bit llamuionla Is at the Esplanade opposite
the Custom House where bin- hat been discharging tin
nssorttd cargo of Chloesc floods. Bho will return to
The Am bktno W II Dlmond arrived last Wednesday
from Port Dlscou-ry, la Kahnlul. bho has docked nt
the Ksplauado where sho will load with dispatch fcr
S in Francisco, to sail on or about baturday next.
The Am bk llucna Vltta Is at the foot of Fort street
ilitchaiging lumber, bho tailed for Port Townscud
The b.'ltic Contuclo may be looked for from Kahnlul
In a day or two to Imd at this port for Han Francisco.
The stm LILellkc went out of the harbor latt Tuesday
crowded with passengers, most ol whom were bound to
the lava (low. lly her return to-morrow we look for tuo
llrewer A Co'a wharf Is progressing slowly, but It
promises to Dosuotanllal when completed.
ThoAlmyorFalklnburgmay be looked for In two or
three dajs with our next U. H. mall.
From Han Francisco, per Ella. An- I'.'th Mclntvre
Urns. 8-M i.kg groc anil feed, V A MarniTen, 60 bxs nota
Jlwi. .ri"ul?,,,,i ' W Macfarlano A Co, tVIca beer:
(I ; W Wells, rt pig furniture ; Allen A Itoblnson, SM
pltggroc, IS pkg paint, ICO kgs nails; (I Hegelkeu A Co.
1 1 ranges. 14 atoies, XI pkg Ironware; O nVIHIams, l
ii .I..M.1. iu, i ,i ociiucuer .v wo, sues spices,; Til
......, . ,.h .u.uuii iinuuimrr, .icL.ean iirns.gi tils
Castle A Oooke, 83 pkg h ware, Bti ca shoes; Order. 4lj
sks noiir; A Jae-er, 4bx clocks unit xli,s; Ilyuian
llros, 18 pkg d goods, :H pkg tobacco, s cs shoes. 3 cases
t?V.s ' -Mo"'"',n. I 1'l.g groc; Cecil llrown.l bor.e;
JIDowseit, Bcs harness, 10 pigs, t wjsn, 160 bales
hay, i hogs, J blocks, 70 tk feid, . mlch cows: Hpreck
els, I cs and I lnll h warn and pipe; Mrs O II Judd. .1 cs
(iirnllure; U llrewer A Co, & bbls beef, fit m shlngks,
JIM cs bread, 1 1 gas tdtnv, 103 bales hay, l.'l tks feed. 7
horses, I pkg tsddlery, t carriage, 10 c onlous, 3a sacks
cheise, .( in bricks, is inns sand. U bbls lime, llil sks
lurlev, liu ks gr barley. 10 r ir posts, al m shingles.
.5 Irtles Imj, s bbls rlourj 11 Hnaichlueger A Co. lb nke
cottons; J o Carter, I cow , P . Joi.es. 0 pkg cirVctt; A
Hnger, 10 ska onions; Mr Aihcitou, a iowsi W u It.
win ACo, f bxs potatoes. lJUsU bwns; Kurt llros, 1
bx crockery, P N Makee. I pkg, Mrs Whlteomb, 8 pkg
; nnerAl'o, I pkg Jewelery; A UartenWg. 2
i'H i' i ucaer. .-ia miinej nisi.un u Co,l pkg ui
!U.I nLu, m.l.u I.. I I.....- m .-
M pkgs Lid.. i to Lhinese firms.
For Han Francisco, jier Kureka, AugTasS.syJ n"s
sugar, 2kWO lbs rice. gJ7 dry hides, Jofbnchs bananas.
aluo Hum. J'.FX'.W.
For Kannliig'a It., ier Jennie Walker, Aug 15-Morct
and bJllatl. Value For. $tl.l,
For Han Francisco, per Kureka. Aug n0 O prrklus.
II 1 Tellsoii, J til I W l Alexander Slfo and S child
ton, J II HeatiwireaiidSclillilren
-VjIV ViiJ l-r. tier t.lkellke. AuglSlli-Mrs
' J illshonaudthrce children. Mrs JK Wlldiranda
itiuuirii, u nauaiuui. .iirsd Aviimmins auduchll'
dren, Mra J H Mairew.Mra Todd and daughter. MrsJ
...-.., ....... .,.,,,. uun aim usu.uirr, jiirsJ
I Howsell. a langhttra and servant. D Kahanu, I)
hcauiamalil, II umlaut. Mitt Couway, A llosa, FII
Wil, W b?,""'l JT J"i". Mist UiumlKrlalu. Mrs
-.,.. .. -'", ","'";,;ji .miss i. vteuorn, .vrs J
MiMnault and child, l)r Vlnbnrg, W O Junes Mist II
Junes. Miss Kjlna, W V hoy. W II Wrenshall. W II
Hlckard. (1 W pae. II AruilUge, W I, llreen. Miss V
XU, A Hpencer, wife and cklld, J M Hatch, W Jl Corn
,.l,l..ild ?"'.'. K4"'. A F Judd. S children aud servant.
A Clifford, II A llccn.
Fur Wludwaid PoiU, per t.lkellke, Aug 1ft Mrs C
Afoug, Miss Along. S Wilcox. Dr VluburgK li Wilder.
Ul.sltoblns.m.i;lIaukra,t) II Clark. )W V Joues
and 4 ladles, W C Psrke Jr.jl W bteward. V M Oat, W
l.ohn. Jttt McCully, Ml.. Kulght. II A P Carter, ill..
II -". WO Parle, Miss Paike. Miss beirrancc. llr
J Moltbinltb.TADudnll.Telluapo, Y N Oatlle. V V
Howui-y, .Mm West. F Mmton, Mrs Husband. A H Hart
we I, air Holokshlt.ll wife ami child. B A Prlrcc. Mrs
A J Urcwer and child. U II Hose wife ud child.
From Our Hilo CorrMpoadent.
IIilo, Angnst Utli, 1681.
Kcrroa 8aJUKBt PitJcM i l)urlti the. tut wetk,
the lavn has tuovnl bot r little. Th iat two
lay, It Joes not acciu to liavo tuovwl at H. It baa
iuucU llfo J et, a JUUhcb from tko front ol tbu (low,
una any ilny may tuaVo rmother Uasb nttd Kotdllier
loto tho ocvau, or very "af 1 It, The wororaoats
of the, tva t'.oti nro hard to forLUII. Wo havo
bid ouunidor&Ue tuull of gasui from th laTa
lately that ba. lu rciy luiplvAaant,
.,; ,. ViaaMr .,.-.
...., .....v...... .vvt., ojiproc! r. u nail A Hon, 6
Pkg paint, I lialc lump, Jn pkg h ware; Dlllliigliam A
J;iV " ,,i?i:A,l!ln''. n"J.V' s iTooma, 6 pkgli ware,
UU cs oil, 21 kgs lead, .'t pig feed; Lewers A Cooke, 1.1
pkg lead and putty; Urlnbaum A Co, & pkg d goods and
leather. I ca shoes, ii. i.li- tnlirr in il.v. i
heakakalanl and wife. U bllllman, O Mllluian. Miss
Jishulla. Mist Vlcturla. Mrs llaateiea. Miss C Coney.
Al laiA V: fiafeMW Kt Is f a-kb til .. t ft .a . t J
THE SATURDAY PtlESS
Published for tin Htn mmt Pnrss Asjociaths by
ItOIIF.ItT (IIIIK K,
Hook, Job and (leneral Printer,
Honolulu, II I
The SATunnar 1'nr.sa cannot undertake to retnrn
communications, accepted or relerled, and wc have to
rronesi correspondents to append their Irne names and
addrese, not inccMiullr for pnbllcatlon, If so de.
tlrl. Imt a gnarantee of the g lod faith of the writer.
M HATi'mur 1'nrsa
AUGUST 20, 1881.
Vfy. notico tlio nppoititmcnt of sniulry Tax
Aeors in giitidry parts of the Kingdom, ntitl
wo notico nlao tlio tlianppoitittncnt of another.
Mr. Oibsoii wna nominttctl for tlio T.tx A.tsca
Rorsln'p for tlio district of Honolulu, Imt tho
nppuinttnciit has not yet been made. Truo it
is, that Homo otic ehould be speedily appointed
to this post, truo it i? nlso, that that tome nna
should hnvo tho confidence) of tho property
ownorn and lax payors in this city. Tlio neces
sary qualifications arc, wo imagiuo, upright
ness, impartiality, business habits, and tact, i. e.
n knack of doiiitf nn imptoanant iluty in as
pleasinj; a way ns is consistent with thorough
nesM. That thoro nro individuals capable of
fiilfilling theso conditions, wo do not doubt,
and so wo hopo that ono of tlium may bo ap
pointed to this office.
HV latest accounts from Hawaii, wo loarn
that tho lavn flows havo ceased to ndvanco,
and that tho outpour near tho summit, no
longer shows tho fiery glnro Hint has overhung
it for bo many months, nud tho cloud of smoko
is scarcoly visible. Tho ndvanco of tho flow
has been all along fitful, irregular, and by al
ternate starts nnd halls, so that wo do not feci
inclined to cnngrattilato tho people of Hilo and
tho kingdom in general, on tho improved pros
pects, judging from tho cessation of advance
nt I ho foot, bo much us from tho reported
changes of appearances at tho fountain head.
Jlr. Kennedy, of tho Wiiinkcn plantation,
built tip n wall to try to divert tho direction of
tho flow, but the lava reached it, washed up
against nnd abovo it aud did not flow over.
Mr. Stirling has gono to Hilo with plenty of
material labor is to bo had on tho spot, and
wo hopo that engineering operations on n largo
scale, may load tlio lava harmlessly to tho sea.
Ouu friends nt Hilo, arc having naornowlint
hard experience, tho lava-flowB threaten not
only to burn thorn out of hotiso nnd home, but
tho shoaU of visitors, sight-scors &c, must
bo eating them tip. Thoro exists, so far as wo
know, not nny hotel, or oven restaurant in
Hilo. Parties of two, three, or a tlo7.cn, go
"to seo tho flow " and Hilo's hospitality holps
them, but really our excursionists ought to
havo somo bort of dolicacy in taking n meal
here, or borrowing a horso thoro, and so on.
Tho dwellers in Hilo aro to bo thanked by
tho general public; not only no panic, no shut
ting up and running away, but tho usual open
hearted, opon-handed hospitality oven when
destruction seemed to bo near their doors.
Wo rojoieo in tho possibility of saving Hilo,
either by natural or aitificitil meaiiB, nnd when
Hilo ia pronounced to bo otit of danger, if any
ono wants to sot up a statuo or memorial at
tho national expense, wo will voto for ono to
cclebrato tho coolnoss, calmncsi, courage and
hospitality of tho Hilo people during tho imi
nont dangor and trying cpi3odo of tho great
lava-flow of 1890-1.
Tjik vory important circular of Williams,
Dimond & Co., must necessarily attract atten
tion to tho maintenance or othcrwiso of our
Ucciprocity Ttcaty. Not lung ago, wo re
minded our readers that its renewal is a mat
ter, which tho most farsecing, and ablo of our
public men, aro tinablo to pronounco an opin
ion upon. Again thcro aro wido differences
of opinion as to tho consequences which will
accruo to us, if tho question bo solved, cither
in tho nfiirmativoornogativo. Itisimpossiblo
to predict cither as to tho renowal of tho treaty
or as to tho consequences which must follow,
on tcnewal or abrogation.
Wo think it tho duty, as well as tho interest
of every ono concerned, and that means tho
wholo community, to endeavor by ovory menus
legitimately nvnilablo to secure tho renewal
of tho treaty ; tinder it, our imports and ox
ports nliko havo advanced enormously, and
doubt nnd uncertainly must do evil. Wo bo
lievo that California, ami indocd tho wholo
" Pacific Slopo" will bo with us for a renewal,
nnd that all tho Southorn, and portions of tho
Kastorn nnd Central States will bo against it.
Tho King cannot well pass through tho States
without visiting Washington, nor visit that
city without paying his respects to the Presi
dent, whom wo most earnestly hopo may bo
ablo to rccoivo him.
When tho President, His Majesty, nnd tho
Hawaiian lloprcscntativo incot, thero will
occur tho best of opportunities for debate, and
wo aro suto that it will not bo lost.
Mr. Illaino, Secretary of State, is a man of
strong convictions, film will, and will not take
part in any treaty or arrangement who w ill
nut in his judgment result in tho benefit of his
country, whatever may bo tho result to others.
Mit. STiitMNO, tho Stiporintoudant of Public
Wotks, Ilia gono up to Hilo to try what can bo
duno in diveitiug tho lavn flow aud loading It
into its least injuriutis channel.
For tho last two mouths nearly, has this
How poured down tho inountalnsido, and it
seems to make for itself a tunnel or casing, of
cold lava, whilst this heated molten rock flows
in n sort of tttbo of its own construction. This
casing, or tube, or tuniiol, of cooled lava is so
Impervious a non-conductor of heat, that wo
sco icd-hot, Bometimcs white-hot lava which
has traelled over ftvo and thirty miles with
out giving off its heat; but tho moment it is
exposed to tho action of tho atmosphere its
boat is given off and it becomes a solid hard
slato-colored surface Now if this great con
duct wcro broken up the lavn flow might bo
taken in hand as it wcro, tendered a liltlo
Wo have been favored by an extract from
"Scropo on Volcanoes," which says : " It has
been actually found possiblo to glvo an arti
ficial direction to tho course of a lava stream.
Whilo that of 1000 from Kttu was flowing to
wards Catania, n proprietor of lauds, which it
throatciicd to overwhelm, employed laboror
with fifty uxes to open a passage) through tho
hardened scoria crust which omb.inkcd and
confined tho current on ono sido. lly this ho
succeeded iu giving cnt to tho How of matter
in that direction, rather than in tho ono it
throalcncd to takoif left to itself,"
Ancient history alio tolls us of two tribes of
Urocks vi hu went to war becauan ono tribo di
rected, or tried to direct a lava flow ou to (be
lauds of tho other.
Thui wo see that tho attempt to bo mado by
Mr. Stirling is not altogether an absurdity, or
juiliLxli&v - tih itftyfct . jl '
novelty with modern appliances, bucIi ns
tlynntnilo or other powerful explosives, it
might yet bo possiblo to direct tho flow into
its least harmful channel.
It in net too much to say that wo woro
utterly disgusted by tho "Street Talk " of
tho J'. C. A. in last Saturday's issuo of thai
refined and patriotic paper.
Tho writer of these nrticlct, or at least ho
who wrolo thi's last one, has outraged every
senso of decency, and indeed of humanity,
and from reporting on tho garbago of gutters,
has turned to grubbing amongst graves. No
nationality, position whilo in life, not even sex
is any safeguard against this fliorn. Wo havo
hoard but ono opinion, but Hint vory freely ex
pressed, by numbers of gentlemen tho opin
ions of ladies wo daro not ask and that was,
that the nrticlo in question is a crimo against
cvory senso of common respect to tlio memory
of tho dead nnd to tho feolings of tho living.
Assuming tho namo of n " body8iuitchor," wo
qtioto his own wordn, tho writer represents
himself as opening graves, nnd examining and
commenting upon tho romaina thorciii en
tombed. This hideous crimo if effected in
fact, instead of in imagination would havo sub
jected tho porpctrntor to a Bcntcnco of two
ycar'B imprisonment, or a thousand dollais
fino, nnd yet tho pain inflicted, is nH groat when
inflicted by tho pen of an anonymous writer,
as if by tho tools of a felon, such ns ho choosos
to represent himself to bo.
That a m;i can bo bo blinded by hatred,
personal, political or social, as thus to violate
tho sanctity of tho grave, seems to us to bo n
phenomenon of depravity.
Wo cannot quoto dutaiU in tho article, thoy
aro too disgusting, and wo do not wish to at
tract attention to tho thing itself, except to
record our opinion of its monstrosity. This
vilo article points to individuals as plainly an
if thoir names woro written, indeed whero
only a nativo is referred to, tho namo i'h written,
tho others havo relatives abovo ground who
might call this writur to account.
Taken nltogothor wo hold this production to
1)0 tho moat serious crimo against human do
concy which has ever disgraced tho Hawaiian
newspaper press. Knough.
Who is ho, or who nro thoy who delight in
trying to cast dishonor on this country I A
long sensational arliclo in tho San Francisco
Chronicle under tho heading "Island Serf
dom " contains tho biggcBt budget of false
hoods about tho importation of laborers, and
thoir treatment here, that wo havo yet seen.
Tins articlo wo think has been written by tho
satno hand, which wrote tho story of tho
escaped Norwegian which wo reform! to
somo weeks ago. Itbo.us evidence of being
tho work of somo ono who knows nffniis here,
just well enough to bo able to throw a glam
our of apparent truthfulness throughout this
mnzo of misrepresentations. Ovcrseets beat
ing their men with load-loaded whips, a
mounted lima dragging a Chinaman by his pig
tail, tho overseer who knocked down a kanaka
and kicked ono of bin eyes out, and all sorts of
imaginary atrocities. Tho last paragraph of
this articlo is headed "Signs of coming
revolt," and horo wo gain somo sort of idea
as to tho direction of tho wt iter's efforts.
Ho says, " tho islands aro remote from aid,
should troublo come. Liltlo can bo known nt
a distance, of lifo on the plantations. Tho
Honolulu nuwspapors toll no tales. It is onlv
tho poor stow-away who at r.iro intervals
escapes tu ,i frco country, olc, etc."
Horo lies tho koy to tho wholo maltor, tho
" poor stow-away " in ono who sooks to invite
foreign intervention. Wo cannot presume to
suggest ns to who it is who pays him, whether
ho bo paid so much a line, or so much a lie,
but in cithor caso ho ttics to cam his wago.
Wo cannot bo far wrong in stating that tho
proprietors of plantations in this kingdom aio
gentlemen endowed with an nverago amount
of humanity, that thoir managorH nro also
human beings, that tho lunas under thorn aro
not given to tho rocklcsa uso or abuse of cruel
or deadly weapons.
Wo may say confidently that any proprietor
would discharge an evil-minded cruel man
ager. That any manager would got rtd of an
evil-minded, cruel ovorseer, that tho law
officers bo far from being partial to tho em
ployer, nro often, bj- reason of their upright
dohiro to stick to tho letter of tho law, which
thoy aro nppoiutsd to administer, incliuod to
decide in favor of tho laboror, though ho bo
obviously in tho wrong, from a non-technical
point of viow.
As nn instance, wo know ourselves a caso
whero a certain laboror, a Chinaman, onteiod
into a fontract, rocoived a heavy advance,
desertod, and thon tried to ship again with
tho satno employers, and got nnothor ndvanco
within three wocks and might havo succeeded,
but for tho fact that uomo ono in tho ofiico was
Hharp-cycd enough to tccognUo tbu would-bo
Bwitullor. In short all theso stories, latuly
told, trying to discredit tho King and tho
country, uropartsofa plan by Bomo cliquo
which' Becks, first to injuro tho prospects of a
i cno wal of tho Itociprocily Treaty, or olso to
try to bring about iortdgii intervention iu tho
affairs of Hawaii.
TOPJCS OFTHE DAY.
Wk roport elsowhero tho meeting held nt tho
Lyceum on Monday ovoning last, the resolu
tions proposed aud carried, for tho most part
unanimously, nro very good in thoir way, but
it does not acorn to hnvo occurred to any ono
present, that what appears to us moro than
probable, that Ills Majesty may bo brought
down here, by a U. S. Ship-of-wur, and if so,
most likely commanded by an officer of high
Btauding in tho U. S. Navy, Tho amioxation
nlarm hat passed offfor tho present, tlio "sale of
tho Islands" joke has pisnod into the limbo of
bad jokes, and His Majesty and liu suito und
his hosts togolher will bo cordially welcomed.
Let U4 therefore proposo to receive His Maj
esty with all duo dcfcicnco and docoriim, al
ways taking into consideration whether ho
may como iu n national or in a private ship,
Muieover wo may remark that the Monday
evening meeting, was not got up or Bot on foot
by tho Aifairth'r, but by n powor behind it.
Uy the next Btcamor from Sau Francisco,
wo may expect tho Moudelssohn Quintette
Club of Iloston. Of course tho possibility of
a concert here, hinges upon the hour of the
stcamor'tf arrival. If however, it li practica
ble tho club proposo to givu a concert. Tlia
tncmlcrs of tho club, to judgo by their names,
nro for tho most part German, but ono name,
Mr, Uyan, who has been a member for thirty
years and is tho performer oi the chrionetto
and viola, is tho only rcpreacntatlvo of tho
original group. Mis Corah Miller of Detroit
it the principal linger. Wo havo Uforo tu a
iirograuimo of ten piece, and hope that tlui
hours of arrival and departure of the atcamer
liuy give ua tho opjiottunlty of having such
music oa does not often fall iu our way. j
Meeting at the Jyceum.
Tho meeting held at thf Lyceum Inst Mon
Liy eveuin for tho pirposo of takiug tho
flittatory ntcps to prcprfo for tlio reception of
th; King when ho reJ'ns from tho tour of
th world was attcmMl by between two nnd
Hino liit'itlrctl pcrstns. Tho mooting was
cnlUI to ortlcr by bis fix. II. A. P. Carter
who mado nn opepng address ntnting tho
objcclfor which (ley wcto assembled. On
Notion of Mr. Cor, seconded by Hev. M.
Kuaea, Hon. 0. I- Bishop was chosen Presi
icntof tho innHng. 11. W. Knwaintii wbb
dected Sccrciiry and J. M. Knpcna, M,
Hunca, II. A P. Garter, II. Walorhouse, Ma
hlk.i and S. K. Kaal wcro chosen Vlco Prcsi
diMa. Mr. Carter suggested that on tho
nrivnl of tin King that tho military, tlio vnri
ouslodgcs and. societies tutn out, and that tho
wnyfrom tho landiig to tho palace bo tlcco
rateuwith flowers, overgrcens and banners,
mid tiat atehes bo erected along tho route.
Ho alio said that n pleasing feature to His
Majesty would bu tho sight of tlio school
ciildrui, and ho siggcstcd that tho Hoard of
I'diicalion bo naked to allow them to take
pirt in tho procession. Tho following sorics
scries of resolution; was thon offered, nud it
wti ngrco I to piss upon each resolution
VninAB Tho ilaio draws near when thU nv
tlon nny hopo to "relcomo to itH shores our bulotcd
KingKnlakaua, torn bis tonr nrotnut the world,
ilurinrtwliicli liu has been tho recipient of many
brltliail nud hmtty rcciptlons, nnd
Wumiuh Htcli ntt occasion is a fitting ono for
us His H'opl) to show our appreciation of thoso ro
ccpUoiwnid of our attachment to Our Kln; nnd
to tho Tlrono and Oovornmcnt under which wo
lire: TLcieforo ho It
1. IltmtttitUy this Sleeting, Hint a grand publlo
riceptior.be. arranged for tho purjioso of Kreotiug
our bclovil Sovereign on Ids return to liU King
a. Itemiireil That wo cordially invito to join in
such lU'Constmtion all tho tieoplo of different ua
tion.ilitlH living with us under tho mild nnd beno
llcent ruo of Oar King, nlso tho Firo Department,
tlio Ahihui l'ooln, Alinbul Hawaii Opiopio, nil
Lodges Societies, Unions nnd tradurs.
It. lleuliett That tho pcoploof tho different dis
tricts o tho town nnd of this Island nre invited to
orRnuin themselves with their different lenders
and nhrslinfo, with appropriate banners and deco
rations to join on that occasion, also that tho tieo
plo of ho other Islnudi bo invited to attend by
dclegaloiH with npproprinto (Iuks, Ac., or to erect
nrcheatlong tho lino of His JIujysty's routo from
tho larding to tho Palace.
t. Hfintcett That tho Hoard of LMncition bo ro
qucstd to allow tho publio Bchools to attend and
aid iinelcomiiiR His Mnjecty,
C. iV'r.''f lint tho President nnd Vice-1'rcsi-dunlnif
this mcetluc, ban committee of tho peo
ple to Velcomo liis jliijesty with npproprinto nd
drcssoaiu tho l'nglish nnd Unwaiiau languages.
C. Jttolcetl That ti Committee ot 1'ivo bo np
pointtl to attend to tho decoration of tho Streets,
and tocoufer with nnd co opornto with Committees
of nil iHsocintions, who intend to join in erecliug
nrches or to contribato in any way towards such
7. ll-solveil That twenty marshals bo appointed
by thii meeting to net on this gro.it day of reception
and t( nssist tho Committees on reception and deo
orntiuis. 8. It ml red That a Committee of thrco bo np
pointtd to collpctfcnbtcriptiotis towards tbu general
fund .'or decorations and other uxpoiifacs.
Jlr A. F. Jndd proposed Hint tho resolutions bo
road separately, in order that suggebtious might
Ilo 1st and 2nd resolutions passed innnimously.
M;. KauluUou pro.osednu amendment to tho
Tto amendment was lost and tho resolution
Mr. Carter strongly Bupjiortud tho fourth roso
lutim, and said that if nnj thing uotild plcaso tho
Kirg it would bo to seo tho streets lined with
children. It would please him more than all ho
had seen in all tho countries ho bad isitcd.
Iu connection with the lith resolution, Sir. Kft-
laun proposed that nn old ancient arch bo erected,
nuil that no noon ua Ilia Mujouty passed through
it bo palled down, fo that straugeis would know
who tho King was.
Sir. A. F Judd pointed nut that the arch would bo
impracticable Tho spaco wns circumscribed nud
thcro would bo a great crowd of p:ople there, nnd
furthermore if it was nn old Iliiwaiinn custom.
foreigners would not understand it, at least bo for
ono woum not.
Itesolutions Gth nnd 7th passed ns written.
Mr. llickcrton proposed as nn amendment to tho
7th lusolntion, that tlio oomniitteo of three to col
lect, bo authorized to appoint others to nsaiat
Itesolntion carried with nmendment.
Mr. LiliUnlnni proposed nB nn additional resolu
tion, ''That agents of steamers nnd schooners bo
requested to send thoir cssds out to tho Moloknl
channel to meet tbo stcamor convoying Ilia Mnj
Sovoral suggestions wero mado by different
speakers, nativo aud foreign, thoso that met
tho approval of tho meeting, aro cmbocicd in
tho resolutions as thoy now stand.
Tho commit toe of fivo appointed to nRsist tho
1'rcHidiTiit and Vice-President wero: Messrs. II.
A. V. Carter, W. O. Parks, J. Moatmull, John
Cummins nud O. Knhnnu.
Tho collectors appointed wero : Messrs. W. P.
Wood, J. E. Wiseman and 1). W. Knwaluui.
Tho resolutions woro passed jointly and tho
meeting closed with a voto of tbanUs to tho Chnir
iniiu, and threo roaring cheers for King Kabtkaun.
Wo append tho text of tho speech dolivcred by
H. It. II. tho Princess ltegcut nt Hilo, ou tlio occa
sion of a meeting nt Captain T. Spencer'a hospi
tablo houso iu that city.
ily PmjjV, It gives mo very great pleasuro to
meet with you to-day.
On tho departure of His Majesty tho King to
Uslt tho ends of tho earth, I very much dCBircd at
that tlmo to visit you, but imfortuuntely, nt that
very time, tho metropolis wns visited with that
dreadful infectious disease, tbu small-pox. Prom
tho nowspapers of other countries which roach ns.
it appears that this dreadful disease lias prevailed
recently iu manv parts of the worltl. nnd fnmi nnr
ixisitiou commercially, it was not to bo expected
that wo Khould enenpo tlio infection. I mn hnppy,
bowover, to bo ablo to say to you, that tho vigor
ous moasuros ndoptod by tho Government, hao,
by tho lilertslnot God, resulted in tbo nlmont en
tire disappearance of this rcutilcuco from among
It is now nearly seven years sinco our Gracious
King declared, to his pcoplo that tho keystone o(
his Government was "Increase of tbo Peoplo."
Tlio docreass of our race which has become bo np
iurent is a Bublrct ou which wo should mo.st seri
ously study, if by any moans, we may coinbino our
efforts to find a remedy and rccuperntu tho jwoplo.
We niunt nut loolc to others for mil, but it must ba
with oursoUes to help ouraolvea. The work is ours
and we only can nuoonipliali it. Aud Ibo first step
iu this direction will bo our own personal obacrv
nucoof haulwry rules, together with a proper re
gard for the laws of Owl.
I bnvo gro.it pleasure iu saying to you, tbnl by
lettem which Iliatu recoivtd from His Mnjcty
tbu King, I am assured that lie continue!) in excel
lent health, I feel ooulldeiit that tbu tour of our
Mii'j around tbu world, will result iu good for his
iwoplo and country, not only from what ho blind
buvu uouu, but from bis intercourbo with tbo sov
ereigns of long established nud enlightened coun
triM. It is a matter of deep borrow nud Binccro regret
to obuerYii tbu nniiroaeh of thfi lnva utmnm frnm
its commencement ; mid its threatening proximity
to your tlirtbhold nt Ibo present time. On my
lauding here I teamed of tho situation, nud at
or.cj requested my luuband. Hid V.x. the .Minister
of 1 oreign Affairs nud tbo Hon. A, 8. Clegboru to
meet mid consult with some of tliu principal renl
deuU of jour city, nnd ns to tlio best means of
cbaiiglmrlf possiblo the course ot tho lava stream
nnds.no your homes and your IwHutiful Imibor.
I mu pleased to nsouro iim the Government is will
ing nud nmloas. nud will render nil aid within its
jiowtr to audit iu arroitlug tbo impending danger
that thrcitsna tbo hamlsouia nud beautiful town
Since tbo flow lias commenced, I havo learned
that tbo babbatu day tins not U-en observed with
that fctrict decorum and regard which I would
wish it to bu, by visitors aud tbo residents of your
In closing my nddrvu to you, let me urge upon
you all to toppllcale Heaven, from whence all
JK.wvr nnd btesjings emanate, to avert the dancer
that thmUuH as nil.
Honor to Whoa Heaor ii Due.
En mm Sailboat 1'au.s: It having been
mooted that much complaint has been made in re
gard to tbu condition of the roads on Molokai uu
der the supervision of Capt. Lima, the faeU aboald
beiuado known Inat the roioUuf wild island are
ia a butter couditioa to-day than has been known
(or years, and m mutest Uiete of 30 yean I oan
Messrs. Wllllnms, Dlmond : Co.'s Prlvnto
Sa 1'nAN'Clsco, July PO, 18S1.
In view of tho approaching termination of tho
Ucciprocity Treaty between tbo Hawaiian Islands
and tho United Htates, It seems a fitting limo to
considor what nction may bcRl servo to insure tho
full benefit ot that mensuro whilo it remains In
force, and nt tho namo tlmo tend to pcrpctunto Ibo
ni1vnntnp.cn that hAve contributed so largely to tbo
commerchl Interests nnd general promiorlty of tho
Islands during tho last four years.
Thcro certainly need bo no occasion to multiply
words to provo that theso benefit nro great, nnd
well worth retaining. Tbo Custom 1 touno statistics
at Honolulu will show tho rapid increaso of trade
between tint port nnd Sail I'mncisco, nnd tho re
turns that tho planters receive for thoir tttgars glvo
cheering recognition of results much morn nccepta
bio than thoso that they woro compelled to nnbmit
to iu former years, when, witli benvy import duties,
nnd tbo nttendnut charges of interest nnd commis
sions, it bceamo an nnxlons question how tobrldgo
over from one season to nnothcr.
Under theso circumstances, and ns tlio arrange
mentA for tho business of tlio next season will eoon
bo iu order, wo think it duo toonrconstitucntsnnd
friends, with whom wo nro having such nctivo and
intimnto business relations, to eipross our convic
tion ns to what will innkij a profitable success for
noxt yonr's c.itnpilgn, ntidnt tho samotlmo give en
couragement for renewed oxorllons lo preserve tbo
stipulations of tho present Tri aty.
Wo can understand that it is nnd has beon a ques
tion under diRcusslon with you whether it is not
better to placo your Bugnr hero in oicn market
rather than nmko a contract w ith tho rcflnorles. It
has been Hinted :
1st. That tho Iteclproolty Treaty lias becomo
unpopular with the mnssoiof tho Pnclflo Coast,
becauso they think tbo refineries only obtain alt
tho benefits of tlio removal of Import duty.
Sud. That our jobbing merchants nro c'issatlficdj
asunder tlio existing conditions of things thoro is
no onportnnlty to spccnt.ito In sugar.
3rd. That flastom refiners nro now bltterlv op.
lKjsod to tho Treaty, because it givos tho relln'oricil
on thiscoist nil unduo advantage. Should nugar
bo shipped to them, it Is H.ild, thoy will withdraw
Itli. Tint plnnlcrs can get bettor prices for flno
grooory grades thnti at present realised from con
tract rales; ns refiners hero mako largo profits on
ro-tulcs of such grades.
To nil this wo reply ns follows:
1st. Wo havo no idea that "tho masses'' troublo
thomsolvcs as to tbo profits said to bo mado by tho
refiners. They know that as a rulo thoy are getting
their ouu sugar at low prices, and that tho in
eroascir volume of business w itli tho Islands is a
benefit lo all depigments of trndo.
2nd. This objection is puerile. Possibly somo
ono jobber may feel aggrieved bee uiso bo cannot
get up a corner iu sugir, ns was gcuernlly dono in
this market, nud this is nil.
llrd. Wo do not imagino that nny such feeling
exists to nny extent among Eastern refiners, nnd
thoro is certainly nothing to warrant tho belief that
tho remedy proposed will provo effective. Tlio
strongest nnd most successful argument used iu
Congress lo ovorcomo tho objections mado to tho
Treaty by tho powerful Knstorn sugar interests was,
thai owiiu ta our remoto distance from tho Kast
orn industry would bo in nny way unfavorably
affected by tho now condition of things; nud that,
ns applying lo sugar, wo had for years been ablo to
flupplv nil tho demands of our trndo from sources
that did not intcrfero with Eastern requirements.
This was n strong point, and a most effective one,
nnd it cannot bo controverted, so long ns Hawaiian
factors continuo their pichont sagacious policy,
nnd noid nny nggressivo action townrd tho lutBtcru
mnrkot. bucIi as would invito tho united opposition
of the Southern and Cabin plnnting interests, nnd
Crovo fatal lo tho continuation of tlio Treaty. Wo
nvo tho nssurnnoo of Now York gentlemen,
thoroughly vorsed in trndo and politics, that ship
ments of sugar reaching Now York from Honolulu
would crento a feeling that would placo nil former
opposition to tho Treaty ns n mild protest in com
parison to what would come; nnd thus what might
nppoar as a temporary ndvnntngo would, in effect,
provo an irreparable disaster. Tho refineries hero
practically rccognlzo this fact, ns they rcfuso lo
avail themselves of tho opportunities offered them
of shipping their present overstock of refining
grades to points cast of tho Missouri ltivcr, whero
thoy could do so with profitablo result.
1th. The refineries, in reply to this, claim that
they nro now pajing tbo plnnlers tho simo price.
thnt thoy can import sugar from Manila, nnd have
not the benefit of tho option of bujing when prices
nre lowest, but under their contracts, thoy nro ob
ligated to tako all as it comes forward, and they
nro now carrying a stock of about tbreomilliousof
dollars, subject to chnrgoof iusuranco nndstorngo,
ns well ns tho loss of intercht; nnd they think thnt
ou this account they fairly earn tho profit ou such
sugar ns they may ro-sell. Unless thoy control tbo
Hawaiian nuj;arH thcro is no inducement to
buy except ns thoy may requiro for imtnediato
wantH, nnd consequently thcro is no guaranteed
Btability in prices; aud herein is, as w u esteem it,
tbo advnntago to the planters of making contracts
for thoir crops. A certain paying profit, well se
cured, i3 better than tlio chances and risk of com
petition and opposition; and would it not bo good
polioy to sell all lo tho refineries, provided they will
pay prices equal to what they inn import sugar
from tho other sugar-producing countries, or ns
much ns can bo realized from shipments to Eastern
ports ? Wo beliovo tho refineries will tnko your
sugar ou such conditions, as thoy fully realise tho
importation of giving tho planters no excuso for
shipping lo Eastern markets, for seasons wo bao
Horowith wo band yon comparative proformanc
conut sales, based on present prices ruling nt both
ton in favor of shipments toSiu Prnuclsco, or a
cout and fivo-bundrcths per pound difference in
cost and charges to tho two ports; and in this esti
mate wo havo not taken into consideration tho
gioater loss in weight consequent on tbo voyngo
around Capo Horn, nor tho deterioration iu polari
zation that will nccassarily follow tho long con
voyage a well known fact, iarticularly with tbo
lower grades of sugars, nor for extra tnra of over
IK per rent, demanded by Eastern rcflnors. Wo
havo estimated freights nt !?W per ton to New York,
as that is tbo prcsout rate from here, nnd thoro is
no probability of adectino for at lonstnycnr to
come, owing to the itmueiiRo surplus of wheat to be
mood from thi3 coast. We have gtveit Ibo sup.
nosed shipment to Now York tho benefit of prompt
bales on arrival, which cannot bo safely cousideiid
ns certain if highest mirket quotations are ex
pected. It will bo found that Cuba sugars nro bold
in Now York for nt leant an nverago of four mouths,
thus greatly increasing tho chargis of interest nud
storage It is claimed thntihopercout.iiddttloual
should bo charged to cover those xlittd.
Wo will horu remark that Hawaiian sugars in
Now York would bo absorbed entirely by tbo re
fineries (as is tho caso with Cuba sugars) na they
polnrUo bo high. For example, to-day 'h quotations
from Now York are 8 for Yellow 0 refilled, and
8fj for Cuba centrifugals, lwlnrizlng IKI per cent.
'Ibo grocery trade will give from ouc-balf to one
cent per pound moro for refined yellows, both bore
nud iu New York, than for tbo best grade of raw
In conclusion, wo would respectfully submit, thnt
Sail Fraud sco, from its geographical (lo.'iltiou, is
naturally the readiest market for Hawaiian pro
duco, and also the most convenient (mint for pro
curing supplies for tho Islands: and our people
gavo the strongest evidence of their appreciation
of tho Hawaiian trade in their combined and per
sistent efforts to obtain tbu ratification of the
Treaty; and it is an ndmitted fnot. that without
these efforts, nud tho iutluenoe that iS-ux Francisco
was nblo to bring to boar ou tbo subject iu Con
gress, tbo Treaty would never Imvo Ijvvii passed.
Tho namo community of interest still exists, con
nected together nil tho more firmer by increased
nnd moro familiar business Intercourse; nnd while
wo all hopo mid trust thnt nothing may intervene
to prux-ul n continuation of tho existing favornblo
relations between the two countries, )et itisn
paretit tooery thinking perron that Hawaii lias
urgent need of ell her friends nud woll-wishers to
command tlio success sho deserves; nnd if nny
minor antigoiiUms nre permitted in disturb nnd
weaken united nud harmonious notion, such ns is
eminently necessary lo counteract the ixiwrrful
comhiiiatioiui thnt will moot undoubtedly benrrn y ed
against n renewal of Hie Treaty, then thero am be
no certainty of retaining tho benefits we have nil
worked so hard to secure nud are Honuxioustopre-
We are uraod to nlnro tlu-so facta bvforn tlm
planters iu your Islands, not confining ourselves to
our own oorrespondentM, but desiring togivo the
fullest information to the entire commercial com
munity of Hawaii) nuthecauitowofenratonipornry
loss iu our nctivo trade, which might be directed to
other quarters tor we nre o;rtalu such ventures
could only be experimental but wenru extremely
anxious that tbu prosperity of tho Islands, and tbu
grunt commercial beuelltu which are now accruing
to them through the Treaty, should not be JeO
nrdUcd through any misapprehension of tbu situa
tion. Wo feel that there has been no firm iu this
country that has had tbu opportunity to more
clearly Appreciate the workings of tho lUciprochy
Treaty than ourteltcs, who have beeu identified
with ft since iu inception, and earnest workers for
iU adoption, and therefore we are confident that
we call tpealc to the Hawaiian planter with tbu
aaaurauce that we will not be misunderstood.
Vcrv faithfully yours,
WiLUtus, bixoxu Jc Co.
HEBBARD'8 EXPRESS I
DriTAge and KsyrrM BmUtsa of all Hindi
Promptly Attradeti to,
Bj Ilia unJerilxacd. Office at WVi KIuk HI., liobolnln.
w' NIMBY HIBIARB.
Snndnj- Artcrnoon Prnyer Meof inrr.
Tho early Snnihy afternoon meetlnjet the Y.M.C A.
held fnr set eml tesrs past In the vestry of Fort Street
I'tinrch, will be moTcd to the Ljcenm hrresfter till fur
ther notice, anil will chance lo three o'clock. Mr. Ilnl
lenbeek will conduct the sertlcct.
Ills lntrn-l-1 ini'i this n ncstlns especially for
youn i.i .i iii, s s ii ,c r.uinilliif; Hie i:ngllh
lanRiiasa aro cordially Intlteil tn nttrnil.
from the .Sydney JJally Teligraph, .hint 2C, 18SU.)
The Wnlllisin Watch t'ompsnr have lieen awanleil the
onlrgolil meilsl Rleen for ntrhesal the Wjrilncy Inter
nitloiml Kxlilblllnn, anil aro tho only exhibitors In any
elms from the Unlleil Stales who hire receUed this
1 Holo Ajcnt for tho lliuv.illni Islanils
UTi PKltSflXS IX KONA, HA
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hteain l'louehiuK nnd Cultivnting Jlnohinery,
rortnble LukIiich for nil nurnohcti,
vi nuliiiK Knsines for Iiiclinos.
Catnloiirs with Illustrations.: Jlodcls, and I'lmto
f!.".!'l'', '.'.: ha 'lh'lyo l''"t and Machinery may bo seen
at tho unices of tho undersigned.
V. h. UltKK.Vand
., O. W. -MAOrAltLAKK .t CO.,
l Ajtdnts for Jno. Fowler Co.
Will bu held to-morow,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21st, 1881,
AT TIIK FOItT ST. CHUI1CH,
CO.VI)UCTi:i) IIV Mil. M. L. HALLENCECK
Moody caxxd Sfn.xalx.03r,
Murnlns and Kvcnlng.
Mornlnc Hnbject, ' Where art Thon". acn.OsO.
livening Subject, ' Lovo". John tl6.
All nru cordially hulled, 51 n
T 1VVV13,fT,"s SAY ESTABMSIT-
J. ed myself as I'nnlsioii Mercliant nnd Oeueral
Lnmnilsslyii Aireiit. IJealer In Dry flood.. IIardnra
and I'atcnt -Medicine. r. 1). A. MAIKJUllZ
llonunpo, Kau, Hawaii, 11. 1. Bod at dm
JM. MM lit: It I', ;il,H. K UIM(I.N
....."" .,;' ?loroy.l?J"!: business as Lumber Dealer,
nud tt lieol-wrlghu at Kofialu, Ilanall, constitute iliu
""" "t (W lm) LAMIIKlft'T CO.
f'ltr.KllfSA'I'S-Sk VlJ-lkW . .
. "S001)I.i:8.,-fi!S vear
" ?.?!,?&;:, W.. W- ned. of
line animal will bo found in tho American Jersey lli-r.l
Itnok No. W62. For tntu rhf.m hv
in.iu '.1 HWl ln ... . ....
cs n. "-"V.."-' .
wjt. a. ntwiN i en.
HI TJIOSR V35IIY JIHSIIIAUAK I
ltHfll I a Ad L struts n 4 Iff 111 a . . HHH
kntina. Uti'lv nrriiti pi hv II li i ',..: "T 1 .
James liny Wodelimis... K.q. Tlio bufldlnel have " j'ut
been llinronelily painted, juiperid, ami i,1iitlso I n
prove! for the benefit of tt.o tuna.it. (lovernme it
water laid on. beside. ,vlna n liidmlll. with n J, ,,i ly
of o(h1 svject and clean healthy water, which has ieeii
analyzed by l'ruf.Thonilison of ,i10 c'liallonj-cr Csnjl
.KheleVtXL'1 W """ ", "U h5j "
Kor iinrllciilats, lnipilro of
""" nl JAS. H. I.KMON.
Blaoksmiths' Outfit For Sale.
1jiu iiKi.f.owM. o.ui'i.irri:i i ,xvn
.Ml pounds; 1 Vise, 1 8aio lllock. Tools, etc a i
In k-hiU orJer, for sale in whoPo or In iMit.
Lots nf I.O'f (Jliatna kiillftl,tA r... i.i......
ni,irn..r I.,,.. ' ' siainiin use. Kn-
l"',"",t "'' A.K.0O0KK.
H. M. MOORE.
AJI) IIKAT.lMl l
Stationery, ClCar, Tobacco Ac, Ac.
"" . ron Htrcct. iy
ws TutiMu n:s unii:rmtamiimm
lAmii;irii,t"t ' vi! "' "T"uki?,K.
48 VPI ,0 " N. OIIEKNWlSLl"! ,
.A Till: llni'iii' m.m. .........
Writer, CoUector, Copyiit,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Ho. Tl Kln8 St. (opposite llctbcl 81.) Honolulu.
Letters Wrltteu, ItenU aud B1IU Collected,
lioUHea, LaudH and Koows Keitted.
UooV. kept by th. Week, Month or tluarter, at reason
Quarterly mils made onl, delivered and tollected.
!. hi.t,.wir',"ir,,uwU'.Jl'' ' Commit
'"""raifsi up with awuiasy tut dls-
Arnanuensli and Copyist Work doue forlaialld er otkw
person. reqalilnif sutli services. 'oiw
WrCoasUut attention to tbo Interests of ptroa and
business secret, preserved IbiIuUu. r '
Tom 1UmW. V4rMUiMMM
IIAVI.NO COMI-LKTEl) AX
Exfcnslro Addition on King Slroof,
InelndlnR a fine SHOW IIOOM for
STOVES AND HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS
Of all kinds, and n llrge
fontilnlns tools of orery description for Haulers'
and Tanners e, arn now nble to show thlr extension
stock to crr.1t ndvantaise i nnd would call tlio ntlrntlon
of lliclr manv friends and patrons to a few leadlni; arti
cles, not nmlttlnit to say that they barn on hand and
mi iim wnj i.'iiinniiT, n ... m inign null inn nssuri
ment of jroods In their line.
rClllXtO CaXXCl Oils t
lltllitlllrlt'i While l.enil mill lur 111 23 nnd CM)
lb paikaires, or In casks of Ml lbs,
lliildiiiek'. I'nle llullol Oil mill llnrv Oil In
barrels nnd j eallon drums,
.ttriniirj'si -lir, In tins, for honse nr tnnch paint-
l.ufirlenslMir Oil. -a heavy slock on hand'
I'llmi nf all slrrs and kinds.
Nl-.rs nml llntttrri of all sires,
llnithri a very full assortment.
Alilienleil tVner n Ire, Nos, Sand 0.
(Jnltrtiiliett llnrlieil Hlr'.
ALSO, JUST UECKIVRI),
A FINE ASSORTMENT
I'or Itonscliohl Vrc
Dlsston'f? Sl.ws and Files
Constantly on band, nnd many other tools of
STOCKS AND DIES!
The largest nssoitmcnt and best to he found In tlio mar
ket! also, extra Tups nn hand,
SQUARE AND HEXAGON NUTS,
From ( tn I, In.t also Washers, the same assorted.
1 Holt CultlnR ; Machine -a supirlor mtlclc.
ASIiKSTOH, Tucks, Klat llnbber and Tlax racking,
IVnll of every description needed In this market.
LpiiIIiit of nil kinds, by tin) side, roll or iliizeu.
I'limler of nil kinds used here.
These nnd n thousand other Items to bo had cheap of
E. O.HALL & SON,
Nos. 0 'J3, OT ami W King SI., and M nnd 81 I'm I Ht,
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT !
ON Till! 1ST DAY OF OUTOIII'.H NI1XT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN HU.MH 01'
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
These bonds will be Issued In the following series t
Soritfl A HonilHof ifX) enoh, ilno October 1, 18S1.
Hcrien 11 HoihIh of f WX) ench, ilno October 1, lHWi.
Korics O llomls of rfiVX) i-ncli, ilno October 1, 1P87.
Series I HoihIh of WO cncli, duo October 1, 1MKJ.
Knch llond will have councils attached, payable on
Ibo 1st days nf April and October of each yenr; Interest
nttlie.rntu of Seon ier cnl. mt iiiiiiiiiii, trrn
of Umernment taxes. The Interest on them will ba
Kimriililt'iMl by Messrs. lllsliop A Uo and villi bo
mndo payable at the Until; of Messrs. lllsliop .t Co.
Theso llonda will be secured byn llrst moil(;iiu on all
the property of tlm Hawaiian Agricultural Uo. They
will bo made paj ablo to bearer or order, nt tho option of
the purchaser; nud If parties prefer II10 latter can havo
them registered on the books of 1I10 Company, thus af
fording abscluto security Iu caso of loss by robbery or
Parties desiring tn purchasonnv of these bunds will
please state what sales limy prefer A. II, 0, or D. Ap
pllcntlontswlll now bo received. For further particular
npply at tho olllco of 0. llrewer & Co., Iloniniilii.
. 1'. O.JONKS.Jn.,
Wl I3'm Treasurer II. A. Co.
rpiTK UNinSRSIONHD HAVING
O. Just ndilul In his Merchant Htrtet Eilabllilunent a
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
Under tho management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
la now prepared to attend to allwoik entrusted tol
him with promptness mid In the
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Certificates of Stock,
Lottor, Nolo, Stiiluiiiont or Hill Hoado,
Contractu, LusitiesH or Visiting Curds,
Drafts, Orders, Notes, I'rogrnmmos,
Shipping or Monoy Itccoipts, &c, &c.
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
SrSrltf'SiS? !" 'I'J iH!S -,0- competency In
euced'forelgiiwlrkinen. " '"" "'" "' "v"x-
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
WililliCnrr?ll.fn"llll00f I'npcrafor cxeeullng lllanks
of ill descilpilniis, or tor special sires or class of blank
books. In addition to tlu usual full atsortinent of Uoni
merclal, Legal and Olllco Stationery.
Cojistantly received at the Fort St. Store,
Jfino Stationery, Hooks, Fnncy Goods,
Windsor fc Newton's ArtistB Mnterials,
, Hutteriok's Cut l'mxir I'nllerus,
Uowwi'h Garden Seeds, Ao., &o.
THOS. O. THRUM.
A STOR HOUSE
Nos. 70 nntl 78 Hotel Streets
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tho Day, Week or Truiislout
Cigan,. Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Driaka.
Xoals Sorvod in Fint-GlaM Ityl
AT AM, IIOUMM.
HENUYJ.IIAltT, 8CJU EriLISA.HAllT.
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
It now prtpartd to
FURNISH FKI0K8 AND SHOW IAXPIM
National Tube Worlu Co' Worku,
Anfi tn Inkl, m ciiiils.ir.id in .ftlu a ..
quanfllle.n. tM.VlTyV '""'"cf " "' ,MKg8J'f
STEAM AHDJMTER PIPE.
W. w.qM call YnUjon.,,,.,,,,,, Wpfj
154,000 pt On Hand I
fllick Welded Htesm 'p U to T In. dlamstsr
(Isl.s.iUed Wale, flp,' ft J J. Ul.m.U,! '
tW The a bore at Moderate. IVIces.
TM1 H010LU1U IXOH WOUU OtHTT
4 ana'iUUvfl to t4asaM et
w, AT MUUKKATK lKJVI
-jrn' v . Y, .&b, jra-ci