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LEASES FOR SALE!
nr order or A. J. CAIITWRIOHT, Esq.
Administrator of tlie Es tatenf S 1) Ilnrrows, deceased
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th,
At 13 M lit "alts lloom, I will offer
t I'nlnle Auction,
All the rlslil, title and Interest nf llir ntiitp of N. I).
I UltllOWH, In a certain Indentnre of Lease, nf thM
lertalri plecn of Land on Hotel Street, known a
"Itl.'iHi.t," npon which are (Hinted the
"Pnlnco Restaurant," " Plumber
Shop" and "Herring Premises."
ALSO All Ihc rljtM. title and Inkrest of Mid Katale
The Least, nflhe Hunker Home premises on Hotel
Htteet now occupied by Ilr Webb
tT For further particulars Inquire of
A J Cartwrhiht, Eaq.
II. I'. AI.A.11S, Anet'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE
Thursday, October 20th,
A I 10 A. W nt Nit In Itixini,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
J Sheeting. Print. Flannel Undershirts,
J Hickory Shirts, Undershirts,
Pant nni Coats, Socks, Handkerchiefs,
I Shawls, Coverlet nnd I nncy Goods.
, A Iiine in Fes Grocexies !
Sacks California Potatoes, Onto Onions,
Sucks Corn, Gases Iliitlor unci Cheese,
Cason Sfxh Crocker,
Cases Meiliiitn llrcntl,
Coils Manila Horc, Wrapping Papor, tic.
For neemtnt of lvliom It may coiirrm,
GENTS UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY
A LOT OF FURNITURE.
r. 1, A l VMS. Atie'tr.
H.HAGKFELD & GO
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
JUST HECEIVED PEH
IOANI," H. Carrels, Master,
lOdaya from IJremcn,
Consisting In part of a follows:
A Large Assi. of Dry Goods,
Fnney Print, Twenty-Flvc 'cw St)los,
Denims, Hrown nnd Whllo Cottons,
Drills, Tickings, Turkey Hetl, Ac,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
lloprn, Coliourgs, Alpioa, Italian Cloth, and
Trinlod Satlocns, Pompadours, 1'lnidi.
Ginghams, Victoria Lnwns, Satin Stripes,
Pancy Striped Grenadines.
WhitoHilk Jap mono. Twills, Bergos,
Poplins, Satin nnclMoiro,
lilnck and Colored Velvets,
lilnck, Grosgrain, Taney, Colored find Striped,
-vuarege, lyrepe, o.c,
Huckskins, Diagonals, Tweed, Cords,
Sorted, Slloslas, Doeskins, CrtssimcrcH, Ac.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, "Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim, Ac.)
Morlno nnd Cotton Undershirts,
Vhlto liosom bhirts, Ac,
I Hooks and Stockingx, Handkerchiefs,
A LAHOK INVOICE OF CLOTHING
Fino lllnek Cloth Frock Coats and Pants,
Huckskin Backs, Pants nnd Btiiw,
Felt, Mohnir, Drill, Flannel Sacks and Pants,
Hojh' Shirts and Cliildren's Jackets,
Jlonkey nnd Sailor Jackets,
I. It, Coats and Leggings, Carpet Slippers,
Bilk and I. C, Urolirellns and Parasols,
Fancy and Traveling Shnwls,
Cotton nnd Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts,
Fell Hugs and Brussels Carpeting,
03IL. AJN JSJETr JS :
Horso Blankets. Whito and Fancy Hlnnkets,
l'nucy Btriied Woolen, two siu'S.
Ho-irlot, Orant-'t), Wliite Woolon,Uand 4 points,
Threads, Tape, Kluntlc, BcarfB, tc,
Bilk nnd Yvhct liiblions,
Buttons (or Bhirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
PERFUMERY, FLORIDA WATER,
Qenuiuo Kiu do Cologno, Lubin's Extracts,
Toilet Bo.ips, Philoouine, llaic Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking OUsm'S, Pipes.
I. It, B.iIIh, llarinonicas, Blank Books,
Albums, Oold Leaf, Jowelnr, S'atohH,
lletup and I. It. Packing, Coal Baskots,
Kitcnalon, Arm, Dining Boom and Parlor
Chairs, Settees, Ac.,
Saddles, CkHsUns, Girths, Stirrup Leathers,
Urates of assorted orookery,
Contalulug Plates. Cups, Teapots, Bonis,
I Chambers, llioo Dishes and Bakers,
Domljohns, S and fi gall I Bauipla Bottles,
Vasea and Uliuuware.ManitaaudTarredltope,
vi-tXEtx ? Rloo Basa
01 all sizes aud qualities,
Coal Bags, GunnleK. Twine, DurlapM,
AVoolpjok aud Twilkd Sacking, Llueti Hose,
JNtnUnes, in half nnd quarter poicm,
- c, -id I. Biseuits, S.ilt In Jars,
Castor Oil in Tins, Ktearnio Candles, 4, 5 and G,
' Matches. Coooanut Oil, Wash Blue.
llubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, U White Lead,
White Zinc Faint,
Do ,aige ills and Botitellean Brandy, and
Bum, (I in, Bt. Paul Beer, Alo and Porter,
Port Wine, Sherry, ltliiuo Wine,
Fine and 'labia Clarets, Cbnaiuacne,
Dry lUidseiok Mimonole, Ch.Varre,
O. II. Muunu A. Co., bparkling Hock,
Moselle, Ac, itc,
jerman and Havana Cigars
Plated Ware Spoons, Forks, CrueU, Tea SU(
Pocket and Butcher KdItcj, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needle. Spoons, Files,
Btmrs. UaUauUed Uaslns, Hoop Iron,
heu ItiveU, Hammers,
Yellow Metal and Composition Nails,
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers,
lrou Tanks, ClariUers Ac. Abo,
ortlaud Ceut, " White Bros."
, Fire Clay, BlacksmlUr Coal. Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Uuipty Barrets, Oak Boats, Ac.
truu Liberal Sataple Mat Fiee of Freight
Urdera fiom the other taUuds carsfully
aluudid to by
A NICK COMFOUTAHFiK FUH
ulibol wrsniUll r-wai. aulubla fur two Ladlea or
tieullaucu. atcst 7 luwiuau. o, lii iu8 St.
; , ,i - w - r - iii
' OlYs AN R A N CISCO. "
THK HAWAIIAN BAI1K
lor Frclsht or pasai;e, apply m
Ml m V T LENEIIAN ACQ.. Agents.
,. THK At IlItlTlSH I1AIIK
jffij. Lady Lampson,
S&jftf- MAItSTON. Master,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or Passage, apply to
8TS SJ ', IHtKWKIt A Co., Agents.
FOIL SAN FRANC SCO.
The Favorite I'nckct Ilarkentlne
WJD U !"- T 1,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage apply to
873 TIIKO II DAVIE9, Agent
FOR SAN L'liANGlSCO.
!t llli; BI.H All.1.1 JI.AIlll vt
II OAItltKLS, Matter.
Will havo Quick Dispatch for abovo Fort
For freight or naMiiqc apply to
RTi II HAC'KFni.TI A CO.. Agents
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tiir. ni'm:miii) hikamnhii
CITY op NEW YORK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Oct. 24.
FOR SYDNEY" VI AAUCKL AND !
THK NPI.KMIIli NrKAMNIlII'
On or nbout Saturday, Oct. 20th,
For Pre'glit snd lassape, spply to
fm In. II. UAUICrni.U A CO., Aseuta.
41iil Inr .Shipment per Ntvniiier run noif
Nloroit, l'ren ol tuircp. In the lire-proof
MnrrlHiiH. nnir tlir Nlemiirr Ulinrr.
NEW YORK AND HINOLULU
MICSSItS "VV. II. CltOSSMAN &
IlroR., ivlll dlepatthn nnt claps ve.rel from New
Vork to Ibis Port about Jov let. Parlies ilealring to
ship by thla line ilircct, will tued to fomnril orders by
the Steamer of 2Jth of Aucunt, to arrureroom for their
freluht. CASTLi: i. COOKI:,
fas '-'m 4'i AcenUIn Ilonolnlii.
KI.NU, I JIArli:it.
Steamer l.lkclIKo will lene Honolulu each Tnctday
at 4 r. )i., touching nt Lalulno, Mcalaealla), Malmo,
Mnhukonn, Kanulliae, Lacpahoehec nnd llllo.
Iletnrnlns will touch at oil the nboic jorta, anlvlng
at Hur.oluln inch Sunday a. u.
es Xo C'retlU for I'naance Money, -sa
We poaltlrely refine to open accounte for Tsai'ai'ee,
anil wo particularly call the attention of Ihe traTcllng
public to Ihe uc;celly of limine lluj.'K.f c and Freight
Llulnly marked; the Steamer will not bo reaponthle
for any unmarked Massage, or for Freii;ht or 1'arccla,
uiileae ltecoiptm lor.
Froight Money Dae on Domcnd.
In all ca of freight for partita not responsible, or
unknown, lho freight money will be required In advance
1'ACHMIEN orl.KlllOHN mill UIXKN HIS.
UK I'l.AI.VI.Y MAUICKD
For the party whom they arc for, or plainly elated in tho
receipt to whom they art coualgncd.
All ilemanda for dnmago or oa must be made within
In no way liable for lopa or accident to lto stock.
CI?" Hack Drivers, Iloya, and audi like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer ou arrival, until after the
paeirngcr hac been landed.
b73 WILBKU A CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
31 A JL O lu O," 3L.
Will tall from Honolulu to llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate I'orta on Ibo return trip.
For Freight or I'aesnge, apply to the Captain on hoard,
t JI or A. FHAMC COOKK. Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
AUEMT FOB THE FOLLOWIKO COASTF.HSt
Wrtllelo, 5 Mololo
Wnloll. Jt-4 Julia
Wteha, MtX Wainialu,
Gen. Sleffel js KaUonu,
FLAO-Itedwlth While Hall. ORlce-Corncr of Oueen
and Nuiianu Street,
CHAS. BEEWER & COS
BOSTON LINJEOF PACKETS
tiii: wii.i, m:
dlapatched from Iloaton for Honolulu on or
The 1st day of November next.
Tenons wishing to order goods rhlppeil by this vessel
should mail orders on or before September '.'Oth. For
furthir particulars apply to
frUam O.BIIEWEIIA CO.
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
JAIL O. Drewor A. Co.-Agonts. k
Elf Meahandiac received NIornBC t'ree.SuE
and liberal cash advances inado on shipments by this
ne. 7tk iy O.UItEWEIt 4 CO.
Job Printing !
'PI IK UXUKItSIONKD HAVING
X Just added to his Merchant blreit Establlihinent a
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Under tho management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
la now prepared to attend to alt wo k entrusted to
hi in with promptness and In tho
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Certificates of Stock,
Letter, Note, Stulcmeut or Dill Ilcado,
Contracts, Business or Visiting Curtis,
Drafts, Orders, Notes, Programmes,
Shipping; or Nonoy Itcceipta, &c, &c.
This In connection with the long established Dook
Ulpdery, Paper Itsllng, and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Enablaa the undersigned to lar claim to eombetener In
all departments, as each U under tho care ol expert
eucvd furelgu workmeu.
THK STATIONERY DEPAKTMENT
Will carry a f nil Hue of Tapers for executing blanks
of all Uescilpllons, or for special sins or class of blank
b-wis, lu atluttlou to tbj usual fall assortment of Com
rutrclal, l.e.-al and Uttlco rtutfoufry.
Cousttiulljr recclrctl at tke Fort St; Store,
Fine bJUUooery, Books, Fancy OcoiU,
Windsor i NewUm's ArtisU MaurlaU,
Bu'ttoriok's Cwl ft Fatteros,
Uoweu'a Qartlatt aJnW, Ac, Ac.
iTJoi THO. G. THRUM.
w. --. -4-.. .
G. BREWER & GO.
American Bark "Ceylon,"
Dno front Boston In October,
The Following List
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHIGIt WIMj BE
OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE.
TTraoatx Unm-y Terms s
Steam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Frnnkhn Coal in casks, for Tamlly Use.
re: israoisH-ivxi oil
ISO ilecjrccs test,
Out Nnils, 3d to -iOd,
Lnntcrns, Cbarconl Irons,
Hunt's Axes, Hunt's Hnlcliets,
O , x a MntchcH,
Tnr, Pitcb, Rosin, Turpentine,
A CHOICE ASSOIITJIEENT OF
Corn Stnrcli, TomnlocH,
Boston linked Bonn? fQenuino),
3?Vi.iioy Oracltrex'w J
Huckin'6 Tomnto and Mock Turtle Soup,
llnm nnd Tonguo,
JF" tJDOLsr Soap
Mnlo nnd Ox Cnrts,
Owtnp; lo tbe largo stock of merebnndiso in tho
narket, wo propose to sell this consifinment
At Trices that will Suit our Ciwtomorg.
673 1 ItM.WKIt A CO.
Block, Fort St.
and wo Cordially Invito tho Fitblio of
Honolulu to Call and Exm
. ino our
3D. F. ADAM8,
'riiK UNinnwioNKD is puk-
X rutreJlo trsntlate, ultb accuracy and dispatch,
sad uu reasonable ternis.
Hoods, Tifiascs. Acm ate,
Frooi Epclish U HawtlUo. tail tin una. Rcaldcsct.
No. II 1M itnci. May U found at th Law Uascs of
fv.u. v. rhiwni, uissioa vaaiosaa sows.
fitO ftflrt FOR INVESTMENT
COiyVrVs at nine (9lprnu on Kel Ka
UU aeeoiltlis, la snioauU of sot less than On
TbiMssndlMlsn.M.aaU.) 0. B. UOI.it.
Uoooliila, bept liib, ;mi. t70 if
. -. , C
Fish Stalls nt Auction.
OK SATURDAY, October 15th, lesi, at U o'clock, at
the frcnt tntrancoof Alllolanl Halenlll bo sold the
Chotco of Stalls at the Honolulu Market, for the term
of ONK YEAIt, from that date.
it. a. r. cAimsn,
Interior OCUce, Oel. II. .Minister of the Interior.
will be received at the Interior Office, nntll October soili,
at 1J o'clock noon, for furnlshlnR all or any of the fob
lovrlnjr nulldlns Materials the Government may desire
to purchase In Honolnln, for fir months from tbatilatct
Northwest Timber, per thousands
" Scantllnir, per thousand!
" T.t tl , per thousands
Whllo Cedar Shlinrlea, per Ihourandj
northwest Hnrfaceil, per thousand;
Itedwood Surfaced, per thousand;
Hcilwood, T A (I., per thousand ;
ItcdHOod, Iluitle, per thousand;
Kclivood, Scanllinc;, perthoussnd;
Itedwooil Scantllni;, clear, per thousand;
lledwood Shingles, per thousand;
Nails and rlplltes, pcrkcK;
llrlcVs, per thi'usandi
I.lmc, per barrel;
Cement, tier lisrroli
All Tenders must bo addressed lo Ihe Minister of the
Interior, and endorsed, "Tenders for bulldlne Materl
sis." (Signed) II A. I". CAHTKII,
Interior Office, Oct. 1 1, 1531. Minister of Interior.
Nnlr or I.oinci or siinenimeiit f.niitli.
On Mondiy November oth jirox., at the front entrance
of Alllol.ini Hale, at 1.' n'clucW noon, nlllbe sold at
I'nblle Auction, the I ensp or Lot ,n, n.l, mi tho
I "plniiiulr, Honolulu nilli this eondllloiit
The lessor to erect within one year from date of least,
a substantial (Ire-proof brick or stone bulldlnR costing
not les than $C,), hkh he Is to keep In repair and
revert lo the Government at the expiration nf the lease.
Terms, leaso 25yeats, npset price $.") per annunin,
payable semi-annually In advance.
And I.onio sir l.oh Mus, 73 mill 70 oil Ihr
Tenn, leaso 10 years, upset prlco $150 each lot, piy.
able rcml-annuslly In advance.
II. A. I'. OAHTEK,
Minister of Interior,
Bepl, of Interior, Honolulu Oct Till, 1MI. 68 5t
Solo of Lento of Govorninont Iiand.
On Monday, October 17tb prox., at Ihe front rntranco
of Alllolaril Hale, at r.' o'clock noon Mill be sold at
Public Auction the Lease for socii jears of I.ols' Nos.
GJ nnd M; eltnitcd on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
nnuallv In adance.
upi-ei price ijii per annum, escn ioi, niynuic semi
II. A. I'. UAKTJ-WI,
Department of Interior.
Honolulu, feept 11th, 18SI,
Minister of Interior.
Licenses Expiring in October, 1881.
You Kee A C-, Nuunnu at, Honolulu
W'onc I.cinc & Co, Nuuaiiu St,
O. S. Wo Chonc, Nuiianu it, "
A. W. Hush, Fort si, "
Tonr;IIIng. Nuuaiiu st, "
Kwone I,er Yonp t Co, Maunakea ct,
-San Kiitn Lunr A Co, Hotel rl, "
Ilroglle, Spear A Co, Fort st, "
ban Ko. cor. Mnnnakcs A. Uerctanla sts, '
Wonjr Lam, Hotel st, "
Hen Wo. Nnuaiiu st,
Wilder A Co, eor. Fort A Queen sts, "
E. Hnfminii, Merchant st, "
E. O. Hall A Sou, cur. Fort A KlnR Its, "
Hanir Lihic Kee A Co, Hotel st, "
(i. Alo. cor. Itlchard and Merchant sts, "
Ilurh Mackay. Queen st, "
A. L. hmlth. Fort st, "
Yon lice hue Hie, Klncat, "
J. T. A II. Wotcrhousc. Klnj; st. "
floo Yoo A Co. eor. Nuunnu A Kins ', "
M. S. Perelra, Nuuann st, "
IIoji Jan A Co. Nunanu st, "
Ah Chow, Llliha st, "
M riillltps A Co, Kafthumanu st, "
J. T. Watcrhouso, Fort st, "
Tonr;Ktrn, Nnuann et, "
J. T. A II. Wuterhonso, Queen st, "
I'eter Fernandex, Klnj; st, Kapalama, "
Nip Sou, bchool si,
Frank Auto.ie, Nuuann at, "
Hitchcock A Co, I'apaikou, Hilo,
J. it. Mills. Ilnnokaj, Ilamakua,
L.Turner, Walnlilnn, Kan,
A. S. Clejrhorn A Co, Funalnu, Kou
It. Hycroft, Pidiolkl, l'una,
Mrs. Davis, Walmca, tj. Kohala,
Thos. Npencer, llllo,
Chun Hoy, llllo,
Wone Qui. llonomakaii, N. Knhnla,
C. . All Wan A Co, I'ahals, Kau,
Man Wo, Knpaan, N. Kohala,
Kit Chong Bliif, Onomea l'lautatlcnr, HUdy
Klia Faa Chonr;, l'ala, Hamakuapoko,
Antone Fernandex, Makavtao,
Ceo Hop, Kahulul.
Lum Lane Kcc, allnku,
Oe Lunr;, Waikapu,
Bollcs A Co, Queen st, Honolulu,
wilder A Co.cor. Fort and Qmeii ata, Honolulu,
h. O. Hall A bon, cor. Fort and Kluc ule, Honolulu,
C. Afong, Nuuaiiu st, Honolulu,
Jaa. Olds, cor. Nunanu and Hotel sts,
Brown A Co, Merchant st,
T. W. Everett, Maul,
J. II. Hare, Maul,
Qln rau.KulDplhl.N. Kohala, Hav,ali.
Ajlna. Fahaiin. Kohala, Ilanall.
Man Wo, Kapaau, Kohula. Hawaii.
Akana A Ahoe, Honokan, Ilamakua, Hawaii.
ljinq Fat. Walluku, Maul,
W, It. l'rescott. Valley Home, Nuuanu it, Oahu,
Kanakamu, llulawa, N, Kohala, Hawaii.
Alio A Akana, Houokua, Ilamakua. Hawaii.
Len HIli" A Co, Halanu, N. Kohala, Ilanall,
Aklna, Kaneohe, Oahu.
All Quay, Hilo, Hawaii,
as. Notley. llamakun. Hawaii.
Aseu A Co. Makapala, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
Jan. Woods, Kohala, Hawaii.
jbs. noom. noiiaia, Hawaii.
(1. Waller, Klnc at, Honolulu, Oahn.
U, Walhir, cor. Hotel A Union st, Honolulu, Oahn.
Chine Ileen Fan, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahn.
Van;: Yan, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahu.
Tang Tart Yung. Fort st, Honolulu. Oahu.
Inn? l'liart. Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahu,
Ah Loy, Makawuo, Mam.
Leon;; Fouk Wa, Makavao, Maul.
C. K. Llonir, Naal.-U'i, Kan, Hawaii.
Nlng Yte Keo A Co, Hotel at, Honolulu, Oahn.
S. IlsrTmann, Merchant it, Honolulu, Oahu.
James Dodd, Fort at. Honolulu, Oahu.
W, 8. Flynn,
O. F. Wilder.
. (I. Wilder,
M. F. Feary.
(len. Kallaa, Honolulu,
if. aKnpiiani, lino.
... tin.np.iii. iiiiu,
i Knnakaiiul. Ilonrlulu,
i S.ini Kutuukahl, Honolulu,
I Miiniel, Honolulu,
S7 Luhllea, Honolulu,
Communicated. 1 '
A correnpomlont writesi Aro not tho following
results, n natural and inevitable consequence of
tho ruoderato drlnkinu policy oaid to be advocated
iu onB of tbe pulpits of Honolulu 7
" An American In London writes to thn Chlcaco
.Yr icii " I Jelitwrntflly declare that in We weeks
nnd a half iu this Kingdom I have seen as many
women under tbo influence of liquor as I have
seen men under like influence within the pre
ceding three years. Nor do those women drink
beer alone ; they, ns n role, drink whisky. I have,
in scores and scores of iust-inooa, seen little chit,
dreu, lato at night, nt the saloon door, crying for
mother to ko home, ns In our own land wires plead
for their huabauds."
In London there aro 7,003 publia house and
4,!J5 beer bonses. l)nrini loSO, 9.nGc) persons
were apprehended for drunkenness. Of these, 16,
9W were males and 13,870 were females.
Ouo of the most jamentable features of the
liquor traffic in England is the fact that 1CO.0OO
women are there employed as bar-maids, an at
tractive form and face being the requisite qualifi
cation. Labor Trouble.
Ut-o, Oct. 6th, 1831.
Knnoa S.-runrMx l'axssOa the morning of
Oct. Oth sonio 6S Norwegians refused duty at the
I'apaikou plantation. Warrants of arrest for the
same wcro sworn out nnd they hare had the war
rant, read to them by Mr. I- Severance, Esq., but
they hare not been arrested propetly nor any of
them put into jail up to the preseut hour of writ
log (5 r. u.) Last night every one of them were
at liberty and this morning on failed of appear.
Ins at all. To-day thy lure been waaderiag U
over tbe town at their own Uisur, and again Uy
ore turned loose for the night to wander roii4 at
their own tweet will and return or not to their
trial. Tney swear that they will not allow any
native oonstable to orreet teem. Mr. Severance u
f righWned and we fear there will be stirring times
ahead wales the sheriff v iov himself a mau
osii sot a coward I OcoutOKAL.
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OCTOBER 15, 1881.
All advertisements for the hAtinDAT Frs innstbe
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can Ire gnannteed when tent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which dale they cliarce. Any not so marked
will be charged & months
THOS. a. TIIIIUM, Manacer.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
A nkw coat of piaster li being put on tho walls
nnd celling of tho 1'ost-otllce.
I'oun seamen who deserted from tho Hawaiian
bark lotanl Imvo not yet been fonnd.
Wd nro pleased lo bo ablo lo stnto that tho condi
tion of tho Prlnccsi llegent Is daily improving.
A FonrtoN piper says that King Kalakaua It
traveling corrcsixindcut of tho Ifatrallan Gastttt.
Mb. A. I', Cooke's now flro proof building on
Qnccn street near tho foot of Nauamt is being
built of rock.
Tim flro bell was tested nijain last Snturdnynflrr
noon, but wo cannot nay that tho result was satis
factory, Owtso to lack of spice a number of commniil
citlons nnd other milter is compelled to Bland
over to n future lisno.
Mr.MontAi, hi rlccs in memory of tho late l'resi
dent a.ufleld wcro held nt Ilia Uethcl nnd St.
Aiiurcw's cliurcbes on Kiiuibiy last.
MAtisitM, 1'AnKE nnd tho Norwegian Cotiinl hno
gono to llllo to inquire Into tho dilllciilty with tho
Norwi-gl.ut laborers nt 1'npilkou plautatioii.
We noticed a tnmo deer being led through tho
streets tho other day. It was brought from tho
const on tho Lmli himjisoit for Mr. Cntnpbell.
The weather lina been wnrm nnd sultry lately,
owing to tho southerly winds. Wo nro not likely
to havo tho trades ngnin for nny length of time
until next jenr.
At nn inquest held over tho remains of Mrs.
Daniel Smith who wna found dend on Friday
morning of Inst week, it wns found Hint sho camo
to her death by taking corrosUo sublliiintc.
No ono has been apprehended recently smug
gling opium Into tho kingdom bnt thero seemi to
bo n good stock on hntid soiuow hero nmong tho
Chinese. Kery fow dnjs boiuo of them nro
arrested far having Ibo drug iu liosscRsion.
Ltst Tuesday morning Mr, J. It. Price, bar
keeper of tho llmpiro House, n l-amaaina of Hono
lulu, was foutut Uoad in his room beside his bed.
A kiI mortem examination by doctors McKlbbln
nnd Hutchinson rcvc.iltd tbo fnct Hint his do.ith
wt8 caused by discato of tho henrt.
At Tort Street Cliuich Sundny morning, J. A.
Crnznti will prench a sermon to parents nnd
chuich members upon "'J ho Duty of tho Church
to tho Sunday School." In tbo nftornoon thoro
will bun union children's mieling. In tho evening
llev. W. J. Smith of San Francisco, will preach n
Os Wednesday Inst, through tho cnrclcr.sncss of
nn cxprcsi-drivor, Mr. Baldwin was run over on
King street nnd knocked down. Wo lma fre
quently oilltd attention to tho heedlosi dming on
our strtet8 nnd tho necessity of tho polico olllcors
keeping a sharper lookout. Tho requirement of
propor vigilnnco when on duty is as much needed
ns proficiency iu drill.
Wednesdvt afternoon ndray tram on Qucon
street becamo frightened nnd ran away. Thoy
toro along tho street nnd noar tho corner of Nuu
nnu street ran into Mr. Lishnian's enrt, knocking
both wheels off, breaking ono of tho springs, bend
ing a shaft and wrecking tho vehicle completely.
Near tho Fish Mnrkct ono of tho horses fell down
nnd stopped their mad career boforu further dam
ago was done.
Dn. FiTon, Government phjsicinu for tho north
ern district of Kauai, has been nppointed lo fill
tho ,c.ino.y in Honolulu, caused by tho resigna
tion of Dr. Emerson. It was mainly through Dr.
Fitch's energetic mensnres that tho small-pox wns
kept from spreading through tho natho imputa
tion of Knunlwhen tho disoiso appeared on that
island ; tho nppoiutment will no doubt givo gen
Foixowrsa is tho programme for tho Hand con
cert at Emm i Squ ire, nt 4:30 r. m. this afternoon :
Overture Tho Oath Anber
Fantasia Farewell to the Mountains IIaselmon
Quadrille Humorous, new Ilulow
l'olka Mazurka Mrlaulc, new Kubuer
Helvetian-btyrlcn 8uund , n..Wiisenborn
Ualop roinoue : Lentner
Tho Band will givo nn oitra concert on Monday
evening, Oct. 17tb, at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
TinoiE nro still n few natives of theso islands
working In the gold mines of California. Tho
Yreka Journal of n recent dnto has tho following
item: "Tho deitu of u Kanaka and another
barely escaping tho portals of eternity, together
with tho rain storm, prevented tho Kanakas from
doing much work iu their claim in Klamath rhcr
last week, but during tho bhort tinio thoy did
work thoy took out 100 ounces. Tho cement in
their claim ij said to shmo brilliantly with stroiks
of gold, and tho tailings thoy run into tho river
will well pay to work ovi r again."
Dubino tho week thero hns been nn addition to
the numbor of places of business in town draped
in mourning in respect to tho memory of Presi
dent Garfield, nnd Hags nro still Hying nt half
mast. Tho intention is to retain these signs of
mourning for n iwriod of thirty days, in nccord
nnco with tho resolutions passed nt tho meeting of
American citizens held nt tho Uethel Church on
Fridny of last weok. In giving tho names of places
decorated in last weok's Piiess L. Msirctiant's
Tobacco Store wati omitted. It was in tho manu
script but was nccidcutly skipped by tho com
positor. Last Siturday a Chinamnu who had mndo two
or three trips to Knhakaulnnn in his wngon, carry
ing natives, camo to grief Just below Uio quaran
tine ground when on his last return trip about
hnlf-pnst tight o'clock. In coming up tho reef ho
got oil tho track mid soon found himself in deep
water. Ho immediately began to shout, "haul
in I" nt the top of his olco and attracted tho at
tention of sonio natives near by. A man and two
boja went to his relief and found him astrido tho
horto'd neck. The Chinaman and Ids wagon wero
got to tho shoro in safety but the horso was
Services at the ciiubciies. Last Sabbath llev.
Dr. Damon delivered a Qarflold memorial dis
course nt tho Italic) In tho forenoon and Dishrp
Willis n similar service nt the Anglican Church in
tho evening, both of which wo give In full in a
supplement to-day through tho courtesy of tho
Gatttle. At tho Vort Streot Church ltov, Mr.
Cruznti dcllmcdnu excellent discourse upon per
sonal influence which wns appreciated by n largo
audience. A very largo ntttndance greeted Key.
W. J. Smith nt the Lyceum In tho afternoon when
be gave another of his delightful Iliblo readings
on tho Prn) era of the Uible, nnd iu tho evening nt
Fort Street Church ho delivered n sermon for
jonng meu from it Samuel, nt. Chapter, 1KM Verse.
' Died Abucrns a fool ditth." Tho speaker was
pleased to bco so many jonng men out who liked
to hear plain speaking, and ho should endeavor to
place tbe truth before them so as to be readily nn
ilerstood. Abner's death was presented from three
heads. His strange stupidity, his misused nil
vantages; nnd bit nunruc-w to safety, which wna il
lustrated iu n clear manner. This wns followed
by nn inquiry meeting that was rich in the con
tinued presence of tbe Holy Spirit. At tlio Chi
neso Church n praise servico was held 1 ibt Sunday
evening. Tho church was croudod to merllowlng
nnd an excellent and lengthy programme wan sue
cetufully carried out. 'Addrtsses wero made by
Drs. D.unon and Hyde, 11, A. P. Carter nnd J. T.
Waterhouse, and in Cbinosc by tho Pastor of tho
church, Sit Moon. Last evening another praito
and revival service was held at Fort Street Church,
that was will attended us usual,
FoLuowiNd is the record of tho Police Court pro
ceedings for tlia week i Kcgono Bullvan, drunk-Mint-HS,
fined )G, coats SI. Kamkaote, Kahano,
Nlolo, drunkenness, forfeited $0 ball nach. He
urai, same chargo, lined -G, costs $1, Pohina, as
sault and battery on Kcklpl, lined f., costs $3.
George Patterson, fast and heedless driving, for
feited 10 ball. Wing Wong, Park Sing, Ah Hoe,
Wing Ouuuu, Ah Con, Ah Hoke, Ah Tone, Ah Sing,
Park Sing lined $50 and f I costs, and sentenced to
nine mouth's iniririsoiiment at bard labor, Ah Con,
fitted 50, nnd f 1 costs, and1 sentenced to three
months Imprisonment at havd labor i iio'r pi ;
entered in case of the others. Ah Con appoils to
it higher court. LalaU w. and Lahele w., disturb
ing nuiet of nbht. lined t3 and U0 costs each.
Patau, selling iuUuicstlng drink to native Haw
ailhim, remaudol to 17th inst. A. Wenner nnd
John ilickey, drunkenness, forfeited $3 ball each.
Wahiuealae, samo charge, fined 5, ouitsajl. Joe
Oaiup, larceny of (IW, corsmitieU for trial to Oc
tober term of Supreuie Court. Joe Maliua, drunk
enuetu, fined f3, coats $t. Ixiuis Ouaininaiid Pii
moku, fornication, farmer fined 410. cost 1, and
the latUr sentenced lo on months imprisonment
at hard labor. Lo Yuen, malicious; Injury, ru
ruanded to to-day, Kc-kcoa. disturbing peace of
night, nc4 $2. cost 1. Kouna, auult and
battery, fined $-, costs fl. Ifajetcanu. larceny,
hIU urnu-ful catered by proeoutlo. IIoogum
wanui, disorderly person, discharged on payment
of 3 coU- Win. Croze, dronkenne-t, nd 10,
cotlail. Civil caMs.-Wm. UmiUi vs. C. Casper,
action on proinUory note for QH, lodgment for
f'Ulniltf for full amosut, with iiXQ interest addi-w-l.
O. Waller v. J. . Uoyd, aotira of aMtuup.
- - sie - tt,. j,., , irt'ef '.
elt for $G9.M, jndgmenl confessed,
were continneu to tho 19tli Inst.
CniNrjt r.tm. Tho long-talkcd-f fair for Iho
pa'poso of raising fnnds to p.iy off tho Indebted
nos of Iho Chinese Church was held In tho vestry
of Fort Street Church on 'I hnrsdiy evening. 1 ho
grounds outsldo wcro lighted up by Chlneso Ian.
terns suspended from n lino extending nround tho
church, with pleasing effect. 'Iho Iloynl Haw
aiian Hand wns In nttendnnco nnd played n tin in
bi r of npproprinto nlrs. 'I Lo vestry of tho church
wns filled lo overflowing enrly in tho evening and
thero was no iwrccptlblo diminution in tho crowd
nntll a Into hour. Tho room was very nicely and
uniquely decorated. Chinese flags nnd banners of
nil sizes, sonio of them gorgeous with Unset, wcro
suspended from tho wall, ling narrow strips of
red paKr containing Chlneso characters wero
hanging in tho spaco not occupied by lings, nnd
there wero also numerous Chineso pictures in nent
frnmes In dllTcreut parts of Iho room. Wo noticed
tho bntltier Of Clllnn Knolnn ('..I N'n. A uirmmulol
by smaller flags, occupylngingnronspicnons place.
Several tables presided oter by foreign, native
and Chlneso ladies, wero filled with useful nnd
ornamental nrticles to bo sold for tho church fund.
At tho back of tbo building wns n cool placo pro
inred for refreshments. Flags of nil nations
formed Olio nilin mill Mill nf thla ntui.lmAi,! ....I
branches of palm, bambixi and oilier Irecs gavo It
nn Inviting nppearanco. Other dcoornthuis of
flowers nnd overgreens wcro profuso In ninny pnrts
of tin building. Everything wns very neatly
nrrnnged nnd thoso who hnd chargo of Iho prepa
rations nro cerlnlnly deserving of credit. It wns
most interesting to observe thoso who como to sco
V,'2.'ni.r' A mora cosmopolitan crowd It would bo
dlfl cult to find. Chlneso ladies nnd children with
their strnngo costumes seemed jierfrctly nt homo
nnd well pleased nmong their sisters of nnother
race. Many nmuslng Incidents hnppcncd but tho
bestof order prevniled nnd nil seemed to enjoy
themselves. At 7 o'clock Iho nrticles on exhibi
tion wcro announced to bo for salo nnd when tho
nuctlon of unsold goods began, nbout 1) o'clock,
somo of Iho tables wcro quite baro. Tlia auction
S?. V,"?."10 1,1("1 nnmslng featuro of tho ovetilng.
riio bidding nt first was quito lively nnd Homo
things brought moro than their vnlno. Illds seem
ed lo bo most ncllio on tho unineiitloiinblo gnr
liicnts of fimalo underwear, nnd strnngo lo My
tho young gentlemen wero tho only bidders for tbo
nrticles in this pirllculnr lino of dry goods. It
wns between 10 nnd 11 o'clock when tho snlowns
over and tho pooplo went homo with their pur
chnses. Tho receipt amounted to nbout l,oCJ.
There wcro rnccs nt tho Walluku Park on
Snttirdny. A fair number of spectators wcro In
Mr. J. W. ainvi of Wnlluktt W iu Sm Fran
cisco for tho purpose of miking largo purohnses
of goods for Iho coming season. Will return on
tbo next Atenmor. Whllo nbscnt his business is in
chnrgo of Mr. '. Higgins.
Cnpt, Toomoy is planting for tho Ilamakua mill,
nnd expects to put in nbout olghty ncrcs.
The Ilamakua mill, Hughes', is still grinding
but only by exorcising" tho utmost economy of
There is n report that ut Knhukn rnnch two
cisterns wero totally dost roved by tbo earthquake,
causing n great loss to tho owner, Mr. Jones.
Heautifui, wonthor nlong tho Hilo const but get
ting rnthcr dry lu Ilamakua. Somo of tho lowor
cino nt Honokan is boginniiig loauffer for want of
After experimenting with tramways, traction
engines nnd gravity roads, Notley and Jackson,
Ilamakua plantation, havo coma back to bullock
Quite n Fovcro earthquake occurred nt Hilo,
Sept. fiOth, nt fi o'clock nnd 8 minutes a. it. It Is
tho heaviest shock sinco lfcCS nnd lnotcd n longer
timo than usual,
The citizens of llllo wero to meet nt tho Foreign
Church, October 8lh, (Saturday) to bo addressed
by ltov. D. P. liakor on tho death of President
James A. Gnrfiehh
A CmNESE storo nnd restaurant nt Uonokna
had a narrow escape from being blown up by
dynamite. Tho owner discovered tho burning
fuso in timo to mui himself and property.
The hoavy stono wnlls of tho nntlvo church nl
Kohala. two and n half nnd threo feet thick, wore
cracked through nearly every nrcb, nnd iu numer
ous other places on nil bides, by tho cirthquako of
LAui'AnoEnon complains that thero seems to bo
nn uncertainty ns to tho regular calling of tho
IJleltke on her return from llllo. It would bo n
matter of convenience to know whothor sho will
call regularly or not.
At tho Toreigu Church, Hilo, Oct. 2d, ltov. E.
P. liakor, pistor, thero woro flvo persons ndmitted
Into tho church ns members. Several moro nro
expected to join nt tho next communion. A Chi
neso infant wns baptized.
A portion of tho pali of Kilaqca was thrown
down Sopt. 80th by tho earthquake, nnd tho Kau
road which runs nlong very close to tho crater
sunk so that a now road had to bo made. Tho
earthquake, made, considerable hnoc nt Kau.
TiiEBtcnmor I.llelHc, Oct. Cth, wns seen somo
tlistnnco from Hilo with hor flag nt hnlf rnnst nnd
tho citizens folt qulto stiro that sho brought sad
nows, which proved too true tho bad news of tho
death of n most noble nnd Christian President.
The cnrlhquako shocks wcro felt ntUonunpo
nbout tho same hoar thoy was in Honolulu on tho
morning of tho 30th tilt. Thero wcro thrco shocks ;
tho first two wcro roally sharp nnd strong slinking
everything ns it it wcro on board n vessel nt sou.
Several stonewalls at Puunlnu, Houuapo nnd Wni
oliinu foil down nnd pooplo were badly fright
ened. Itoforo tho cartliquako iho volcano was
burning liko n smelting furnace..
Some of tho Kohnln people would Uko to know
why mall matter belonging to nn individual, can
not all bo scut to ono olllcu. Does it require such
vast acumen nnd executive ability to run a 7 by 'J
Iioot-olllco that this simple idea, could not hnva
icon woikrd out by a new incumbent in too or
thrco months ? When tho P. M. O. shall havo fol
lowed each mail routo to its respective country
terminus und looked in nt its door aud bicu where
tho Icttors finally rest until called for, may tho
pnbllo hope for u grand fixing up of things ? And
will it then bo called upon by n bill lu tbo Lcgis
latum to defrny traveling expenses '
"A Horkshlroltoad" 13 tho first of socral il
lustrated articles iu llnrjxr't for October, n de
lightful description of Now England rural neencs.
"Journnlistio Loudon" is nn epitomized history
of journalism iu tho groat capitr.l to tho present
timo. "Tho Peahody Muaeutn of Archioology
and Ethnology" is tho heading of n very in
structive nrtlclo giving n history of tho founding
of the museum of tho nbovo name nnd tbo work
accomplished by It. "Adirondack Dayn" is n
beautifully Illustrated nrtlclo. Next follows n
sketch of tho llfo of Frederick A. Iiridgmau, an
American nrtist, accompanied by engraviugs of
several of his best studies. "Tho Tolfgrnph of
To-day" gives ono nn excellent idea of tho recent
improvements In tho nrt of telegraphy. An nrtl
olo on the oulture of cotton In tho Southern Stntes,
profusely illustrated, la very Interesting. Thoro Is
ulsongood rovlewof "Tho Mormon Situation"
aud tho usual romances, etc.
Kei ilintr't for October opens with n. lengthy il
lustrated description of "Old Yorktown" whero
oconrrcd the last great battle of the revolutionary
war, nnd where tho centennial anniversary of that
battlo U soon to bo eclcbratid, Yorktown wa also
fortified during the late American civil war, and
few place lu the United States havo nn equal his
torical interest. "Primeval California" Lsan in
teresting account of rambles in the mountain of
the Golden State and U illustrated with finely ex
ecuted engravings. "The coniferous forest of
tbe Sierra Nevada," also illustrated, U continued
from last month. Other articles wull worth read
ing aro "Poetry In America," "Ernesto Hand,"
"Th now phased! Napoleonic Malory," "The
first Editor," "The Sonnet In EngliaU poetry"
and "The migration of birds." Thero is also an
unusually large number of poem.
In the October number of Junltlait't Journal lb
inobt Interesting articles are: "Sketches and
llemlnisccnceri by Ivan Tourgenlcff, " republished
from UtuiaiHan' Mayuiliu, " English and Amer
ican English" from the GiiiIUmih'i Maauilm,
"French Intellectual Life" from Karl Hllle-
brand work on" Ihe rnnch in tho second half
of the Nineteenth Century." "liyroti, Oiethe, and
Mr, Matthew Arnold" from the VoMi$mjniiir lit'
cmm-.-au Auvemure iu tno rmilppiuu isMnds"
by 11.11. llehr" nnj "Two theories of poetry"
from iliicnilllaii's Mamitiit,
LipplHCvtli' llviattut ha two illustrated articles
"Grand Traverw bay," descriptive of scenery
alonft lake Michigan, And "Cordova," an account
of a noted Moorish city In Spain, "My journey
with a King" by Louisa Coffin Jones, iian in.
tereelUui account of a trip from llllo to Honolulu
in tbo old Uamer Ktla-ui soon after the acces
sion of King KataluuA to the Hawaiian throne.
Other interatina contribution are "Zoological
Curloiti" part VII, and "A day In the North
nooua. mere are aiso toe usaat romance ana
and mbeelUneoua tejection.
With the October number Tk, Calif iruian bo
giajsanew story by Jo-qiiia MiUer, "One of to
-,,fi v i--HTiJtfjJ-1
World HiHders," i aequrl to "Shadowiof Shnsl.i."
JarceiO'roira author of "Somo Schemes to An
nt 111 Sandwich Islands" In tho September num
ber hr an nrtlclo on ' I'mbb's Etprdltlon to So
nora." "Don Catk" W Continued and W. O,
Ihrtlett contributes nn essay "Karnucl Williams,
Journalist," n San Francisco editor nlrri wan em
ployed for sixteen years on the staff of Iho r.ithlkJ
lltiltetin. "Coraots" is nn Instructive scientific nt
tlclo nnd nlso give many of tho old superstition
in connection with comets, '1 ho story of "'t'.l'fiO" is
concluded with this number. Tlio " Plains of
Hulto" nnd shorter contribution will bo found
in addition to tho fc rial slorlen In the Atlantic
ittmthU nro t "Origin of Criino lu Society"
"Carlylo's Laugh," "Tho two Hamlets "-which
stntes that Shakespeare's drama wns founded
upon n play written in lCWlnnd quote from both to
snow tho latter is in somo places n verbatim copy
of Iho older one. "Tropical Scqiieneo" by Clias.
Warren Stoddard, Is Iho title nf n llttlo sketch tho
scene of which Is laid In Tahiti. Phillip llrook
oontrlbulea n sketch of tho Ufa nnd services of
"Denn Stanley," tho noted English diUtio re
Hawaiian Reciprocity Treaty.
Corrcspondcnca of General dimly, United
Stale Minister llesident, to tho Stnto Department
of hi Government, published In tho "Commer
cial llcsolutlons of tho United States t"
Tho Influence, of (ho reciprocity treaty upon llin
Increase of our carrying triula butween tho Hawa
iian Islanda nnd tho Paciflo oonsl, nnd upon tho
still larger lucronso of our Rhip-huthllng for Ha
waiian owner, has boon ono of its most gratify
1 haio referred to this subject from timo to
time, nnd mora recently by last mail, In my No.
101, showing by nnaljsisor custom-houso statis
tics tlio proportion of American shipping to nil
other, nnd tho l!!:n suggestive facts.
'1 hrco years nnd n half ngo, when I first report,
cd for dtitj nl Ihisiioat there wns but oho Ilantl
steamer; now there, nro eight nnd moro ordered
overyonoof Iheni but ono, American built. 'Iho
Iticrearo lu sailing vessels ban been still iarger.
llcsldes tl is, by far tho larger portion of vessels
sailing for dun In tho Hawaiian trade !iao re
mained under tho American ling, so Hint they do
nolnpionr in tlio Hawaiian custom lumso statis
tics. For example, ono firm In San Francisco,
engaged exclusively In Iho Island trade, had
mlded four now fast-sailing cruisers lo this trndo
within tho year, nil under tho American II ig.
Oftlioso vessels under the Hawaiian flag thero
nro chiefly two classes! fl.J NewMilp built Intho
I'nited Stalos for Hawaiian owners, mid (l!) ships
formerly under Iho American flag transferred to
Hawaiian owners, nnd Hawaiian flag.
In ono liouao German capital has purchased n
numbor of American vcshoI i nnd put them tinder
tlio American flag. Pnrtof Iho GInsgow machi
nery which rubbed n sore Bpot into tho treaty, ns
I hnvn Ro often mentioned, wns brought hero ill
two largo AmcricniMessels, direct from Scotland.
It is but fair nnd just to admit that probably
nil this increased demand for American Btilps and
nhf p-buihlitig grow out of tho reciprocity treaty,
nnd would never hnvo existed except for its gene
rative, power. This gcncrntlvo power is reflex ns
woll ns direct. It creates n ningiilflcent lucronso
of Island products : this creates Iroth demand
nnd capacity for a lirgo Incrcaso of tho inqiort
trade from Iho United Stiles; nnd theso com
bined crcnto tlio demand for cnrrioM under tho
American Hag, nnd for American factor, agonls,
hankers, insurers, nnd producers of rlmjst every
Tho trndo with Iho islamist hut n drop lu tho
bucket. Hut, compiro tho total niiiount of her
exchanges between tho Hnwnllnn Islands with
thoso between nil other countries and tho United
States; thou npply to Ibis last tho samo ratio of
iricrrnso in onr carrying trndo nnd Hbip-bitllding
which wo have gained hero; tho result, It sicnm
tome, would bIiow that, under llko conditions of
prosperity cvorj whero, all fear of the American
flag disappearing from tho sen might bo aban
doned. Assuming that thoro would havo beon tho naino
amount of Hawaiian sugar produced without tho
treaty which thero would not, iu fnol ndd, Hint
nil of such sugnr would hnvo como to us, and
would havo paid duty, thero would then bo tho
baro nnd inuxornblo fnct of tho bias of corlniu
demonstrable dollars to tbo Unltod States Treas
ury, iu tho Bhapoof duties abandoned under tho
It is trua nlsn. on tho other hand, that tho gain
to tho United States docn not lesolvo Itself into
dcnionstrnblo dollars." It is Bomowhnt vacuo nnd
incomputable. Tho effort to hal.liicn tho loss nnd
gain Ih thus difficult. It is liko trying to nettln
the net gnin whero ono has giien nwny a Hum
certain nnd found n nwnrni of bees.
If our coiiiinorclnl policy with tho Sandwich
Islands is to bo taken as only part of tlio hj Atom,
intended to tnko in nnd bind together nil tho
twogrcnt continents nnd their adjacent inlands
on our sido of tho world, It rcoiiih to mo that
thero aro such grand posslbilitloH to tho nenr
fdtnro of tho United StntoH In mich n schema nn
would innko tho reciprocity treaty with thoso
islands n conspicuous landmark iu our commor
cinl history. Considered Bimply by itself it would
scorn comparatively feoblo and iuooiis'v.ueur-.
Its ntuo to tho islands is very great, undoubtedly;
that goon without telling. Our loo III roveuuo,
nlso is plain enongh to nny ouo with wit enough
to coniputo tho customs duo on noino million!) of
pounds of sugar, rice, Ac. Our gain, I repeat, is
as incomputable ns tlio fnttiro activity and pro
ductiveness of a swnrni of bees. After nil this,
thoro nro innny million of American capital
invested hero under and bocmso of Ihc treaty.
Jasils M, Coui.y,
Logation of tho United Slides,
Honolulu, Siimhcleh Ultimh, June C, ISSt.
The Elele and the Revival.
Editor Press : Tho trnnslntion from Iho KMe
In tho Inst number of Iho 1'ittt, showrsa quecrly
mixed stuto of mind iu tho wrltor ; nnd liko tho
two poloa of n magnet, tho two polca of his nrtlclo
repol each other. Ho siys " Wo rojolcod, nnd
our heart was mado glad, when wo heard of tho
work" Ac. "of M. L. Hnlloubeck. Wo nro
with him, nnd wo trust that wo Hhnll nhnro In thn
good romlts." Ahem I Hyn riso in tho prlco of
wool ? Ho vlrtnnlly snys, " Wo nro glad to hear
of (his work ; for ouo good thing it has waked up
theso missionary fathers that hnvo beon nbleep
nearly ever slnco thoy camo but novor mind,
don't mnkon fool of joursclf; don't allow nny.
thing they mny siy, now that thoy art wnkid up,
to hao nny inllucnco whnlevor on your mind;
but just go abend jour own wny, whether it tin
good or bad, nnd n llttlo moro bo If bid tlu
snnio ns you woro iloing before. All they may
say, (nnd by inllucnco nil that this Hullcnbnck
says) is Bald foe tholr own greedy e-nds. " concoal
lug thuir real Holven beneath thn hypocritlcnl
cloak of righteousness." Horn Is rank Idiocy
indeed. "A wolf In Hhoop'ri clothing" nnd linn
affected, to warn tho Hock ngniust its true friends,
but the cars hate stuck through tho awkwardly
assumed skin. No Nntlvo Hnwnllnn wroto thnt
nrtlclo; mid wns it nny other nmong "whllo
skins" but tho shepherd of Lnuni ? Han bo gono
mad, or Is ho such it kunio ns to thus openly mock
the suit conceit and gullibility of tho native Ha
waiian, liy laying ono hand on bin bond with tho
nir of fricudidiip, nnd with that hand keeping bis
fnco upturned, whllo he Btabt him with tho other 7
Thu Scripture Hays "Uy their fruits shall yo know
tlioui," l.tl me tnk- th'il hi Iter, what hnvo beon
tho fruit of theso labors of thoso maligned " mis
sionary fathers" in theso Islands ? Havo they not
been good? Aud whnt Iimo been hi own work
and tho fruit of them ? Ham they tended to aid,
or obstruct thn other ? Further, let inunak litiu
although It bo nu iilmost irrelevant or unimiior
tnut question Can n man work alwny oriill day
with hlght of energy that ho exorcists when
working nn "uktipnu,"Hiid not noon break down 7
Must thero not lie Benson of comparative Inietlv Ity,
nnd aro there not such Inriciy fluid of Industry
nnd lit nature Itself 7 Would you Sir, work "(To
joars" or even M weeks, iu the way that Mr.
Hnlloubeck worked while lui wa iu Houolulu,
and novir " simp" 7 Mr. II. did indeed, good
work in theso Islands, and ho did indeed nrouto
good people Into rcnowed activity; nnd many
besldothnt writer aro "with him" und with other
workers of tho samo vineyard, in nyiiiiuithy ; but
they do not nt the samo tluie, llko that writer,
givo n grip of friendship with ouo hand nnd a,
stab with tno other. Veuita.
Plaoes of Worship.
fctixII(TiiEil!ev H a Damon, Chaplain, Kings
street, near lbs Nallors' Iloma. Preaching at II a h,
Heals free. Habbath hcbool hcfi-re the luornlng service.
Prayer laectlinr on Ueduosday ovenniKs at 7 o'cloic'j
FoBTHrascTCiiuncii-ltev J. A. Cruasn Pastor, corner
of For; and lleretanla streets I'reaclilnir on rundsv.
till am and Dir Habbalh hche-ul siIua at.
8t ANDniw'OATIUP4L-Knxllhservlcesi Id Hey
His lllabop of Honolulu and ltv Thj lilackburn. Ha.
vrallan serrlc-si Ilsv Alex Mackintosh. O.IJl, Hrly
Communion; V3, Matins and Hermon (ilawalUn)l II.
Mslius, I.llaiiy and beriouu (En.llsh); i, Kvantoiiz
(Hawaiian); 1JH1, Eremouj and Hiiiuou (Kujllshl.
IloMtx Cavuoiiu Cui'ucu- Uudir Ihe chtnro of II.
Iter Dlstiop JItljrct. assisted by Iter bishop lierinaniit
rrt alteei, near Hcrelatiu, btrvlcca every Hundar at
W a - sad lira '
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Hands at II . . HabUilh bebwil at 10a , eumrt
n.".'.! k. sh.rn.tlus with Kaunukapin:
lltslrlct -laitiocs In various chapels at 3.30 r , 1'iarrr
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