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H'ixouli: (HTritr:rt, r.i, ii.
In Mtlnf rlfrlfn tf ftd falrsmonnt of artttltr.
thotifbl en' ! st hat hffn anttrlpalrtl for thl
tin), ef Ih- Tf f la laet " mi; a, that the trade tf
ta litinJ. biA Jt folly rteaTrtttl from lhrnral
tarntlliMi IMt prttatlnl daring tht late fpljtmle and
prodfi)ttr!iatiDcrtrlctlrD. to rat.t Us ripfeta.
lions of ear Hitlnrn eomroanltf, but as said In oar
meet ltsnrr, w Iran n r rnlrtlnx upon t ierll
tbaslatM actltlt, tbat shall fall Intel oar niftiest
riptctitleni. for with the brtfht r-rer peels before ns of
ab'iadantcrar-f both from tbe rant and rltff Ids, the
ratsrrlnrut which . nonaboat lorunimence In all parts
oftheltfandi-aaboacn In io locitlvna a cartltr of
water la reported ne bate the Inlorraatlon that the
plaeltlonsas airhole were ntrer In to rati, factor a
tt hare nntl'nl the p4t few weeki the iIorness
with which oar pket were lending Of coarse the
rondlllnda are JJl ilnthanrrd and of the tritrls In
port Ihe Kalakaaa will return to Hie Cxi it with bnt
nfflrlent frr1(ht for ballast. Ihe Larlr Lampon la
Orion, retentlj from llixton with a fall allotted carjo
inauing tKtvij ana ine wirmi it on in ine sirram. I ne
In tlrewer .fc Co, will bt laid on the berth for Hongkong
i nrewer . to, wui oc ism
ale it tbi ne it nii'l trlnr
Colon tht other airlrals for Ihe week embrace the lie-
nnlcia ID. nr it nn'i Minp otntr adttret Perldea the
eere with coal and the Mltltat and llnena Villa with
Inmtxr. Ihe Anna rrom Kahnlal In ballast and the Jen
nie Walker front Tannine;' Iiland with a iniall sopplj
tn our local er routine trade we notice the free at
thai In market lhl week of Kona coffee and oranges.
Of the former eoBimodllT we learn of the Mle of an in
Tolceef a.'') lbs quelable at Ucl, tbnagh Ibli Brute
wit be conttderedae extreme and It It donbtfnl If a
l:t nnantllr imoM reallae at well
TheVat" of Ibrralace baloon. Member's shop and
othtr pieiiileet adjolulnc belonging to the llurrima ):
late were sow on aturuar lan ny r.. r, ,aim, ai
-taction to Oaten Kmma for JIM, and the Hanker
prernlrei of tuftsin KetAle, loMsi. Itlcher for JVM.
Vhe came dr Jdr. Adams alto told a parcel tf land at
liana, Maul, by order of the assignees of the Estate of
W I, D.rls. to Ihe liana I'lantallnn for 10.
Krai Kitat on the plaint continue to attract the at
tention of parties tatrndlpg the erection of hornet.
Anionic receut rale repotted la that of tha l'arl cot
taje and lot to 1 II. Iialdflln anil (I. K Howe's lot
nnlraprotrtl. tnTho". Mar, en letmt withheld.
ttweek i!r Adama will hold a tprclal tale of
t'rait contlcnmentt, ami will alto tell the extemlre
f!anln;mlll and premltet of the llurrowt Kttatc on
' POUTbr HONOLULU.
Oct 11-Am bkthe Kllkltat, Koblnton, IS days from
lt-HIm I.tkelUe, from Hawaii and Maul
Mm C II 111, hop. from Kiual
.ch I.uka, from Knhala
17 Vh Malolo. from Kllauea, Kauai
."eh Kelanluolil. from llanalel
teh Julia, fium llllo
lS-Ani bk Ceylon, Ilallrt, iXi day from notion
Sell Nellie .Merrill, from hahalna
1 Am tch Anna, 1, nhallnw, from Kahnlul, Maul
Am tk llnena Villa, Calhoun, 21 day from
Htm Ja Makee, from Kanal
50 !ch Kaluna, fiom Olowalu
hch (leu Merjel, from Walaloa
21 tm lwalanl. from Kona, Kau and Maalaea
II t KM i Africa, , 10 dayt from tan
Stmr l.ehua, frnn liana and Molokat
Sim Mukolll, frnn Koolau
CJ Mm Kllauea ltou, from Kahnlal
Oct IT Haw bk Ioltnl, (larrelt, for San Francleco
-Sun l.ehaa, for Molokaf and liana
Mm Mukolll, for Konlan
hch Walmalu, for llapnn
IS-Slm I.lkellke. for Maul and Hawaii
Stin Kllauea Hon, for Kahnlul
Sell Malolo, fur llllo
-Hch Julia, for llllo
IT Am tch Cattle Hayward, Lc Itallltter for Hum
boldt Am bk Knitralil, Ird, for I'ortTuwntend
Sch UUama, for Ilonolpu
Sch l.uka. for Ookala
f ch Calerlna, for llanalel
a) Haw Sen Jennie Walker, Knacke, for Fan-
Ilr tteam yacht Wanderer, Gordon, for Kallaa,
-Sch Nettle Merrill, for tkhalna
Veel in Port.
Haw bk Katakaua, Jenkt
Am bktne HurrLa. Klnerton
Am tch Annie V Hrlrgt. Furbea
Ilrlt bk Lady Lainpnti, 3lari
. ... .!.(.... tlll.1... 1-r.l.ln.nn
Am bk Ceylon, llallet
Am bk Iterere, Mdnt)re
Am tcur Anna. Fenhillow
Am bk llnena Vltta, Calhoun
H IllMS Africa, Admiral AtlonbcKoS
V easel Expected at Honolulu, from Foreign
Am bk Ferrlt S Thumpton, Potter, New York, due
Cattle A Cooke, Agent
Ilrlt thlp Sir Lanctlolte, Shortland, (llt-cow, dne Nor
JU-SJ, (1. W. Macfatlane A Co. Aseutt.
Am bk Carbarten. Hopklnr, New York, dae Oct 2-00,
Caetlo A Cooke. Atrenta
flcr bt Adonlt, llremen, to tall In Aosr, II. Hack-
feld Jt Co. Acenlr.
AmbkU-n .Wluiitcri TortOamble. for Mann-
HackfeUACo. Ajcnte " "" '-
Am bk Amy Tarner, Newell. New York, dao Jn 15-SO.
C Urewer A Oo. Arent -.,
AmbktneJ:iM.llrown.san Franeltco, dne Oct S3-30.
Aa n1uUdaeOct-"3rlrd San rrsocl'. 'or K.-
llril hlp Ilukeof Abercorn. , Liverpool, to tall mid-
. , -Sept. Aicenlt
muKi-anuenswanton, l'ort Gamble, dne Oct 29.
,. .. 'I Haekfeld A Co, Agent
I M h SCHr of New York, Cobb, Sydney, due Oct 21,
ii iiacareia a lo
n iAuV 5!',Y,l&rs,llt bta f'ancltco, due Oct S3,
II ilackfelu A Co
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman. San Fraucltco, dne Oct S3.
i, , L",,e Cooke. Azenta.
Haw bjtne fctorni lllrd. Tlerney. South Sea Itland,, dne
latter part Dec I'rea lid tmml.-railon, Asent.
"f ft?"0' bv,,nt k-llkltat, Capt Hobln.on-balle.1 from
L?n!l iEm vw &Cpl ST,h' ?'" " Capo on tha SSIh,
.hPiV.if hi NVw "V30;16- """ PleatanU Fattetl
the latitude of San Franeltco. OeUth. light .ontherly
" "teflrwlnila and pleatant catherT took tradea
ou the Wth In lat.Sl N.'lone. IM'w H." ArrlrSt In
Honolnlu harlwr Oct lllh. 17 Jata pattaKe. Spoke Ilrlt
bk Kmbleton, Ocl&th, In lat. srss' N. Sn. lij 1- W.
1 day. out Trom Sundnlaud, Ene. bonnd to Sir.
The Hrll bk Lady Lampion, I lrlnj off Flih Market
S'ar'tV.,,ll"s & '"", Kl" M" or b Ktanclico
probably hi a week or ten day.
The Am tch Anna F. Ilrlrst. I at the old Cnttom
i3"r.WhJ,,J f-'JIojd'.ue.r.ilc. Ac., for "ou
land. O., and will aall aboo the latter part of next
The Am bk Ceylon. Capt. Hallet. arrived UetToetdar
froiu Itotton, and docked at llrewer A CV. wharf where
he t tnrnln? out her carjo In rlrit clat. onler. bhe
wa ten daya from ro In the Atlantic, to W In thu 1'aclHc
and repoila a xery pleatant pataaje. '
The Am tch Anna, It at thu foot of Fort Street load.
Ins for ban Franeltco, for (.hick port the will rill Cil,
The Am bktne Kllkltat I. at Ihe foot of Fort Street
dlKharelng lumber. She will return to the boond
aboullhuniliy or Friday next. "
ThetlaenaVIUI alto dlacliarsinj lumber at the
The Am bk Iterere It dltcharclnz her carco ef eoal
at the foot of a Lit. like", duel. '
The bktne Kutek hat hanled out Into the itrcara
where the It painting.
The Ilrlt ilcarn yacht Wanderer tailed for Kallua and
fIl!1,?,'?i0,"1".1,wmlLonT',or,dJr She will re
turn to thl pott In about a week.
The Am bktne Ella may bo expected hourly from
San Franeltco, with two week later new. J
The V M S S City of N,w York will be dne from the
Colonle to-mormvr : JI m.ll your letter to-Jay.
J1" .'.'.'".w Kalakaua, I at llrewer A Co1, wharf.
She will tall for ban Franeltco to-day, ".
The atmr Ja. Makee ha laid up to pat in a nwhaft
:,PTl.,,,.1SaVS.hx',."m """" " '"Pi
:, ,r "".' ' oi iwaaai, about 1) milt
frojtKapa. Capt Uaiea noticed the ten Manuoaawal
with her color at half matt, ..j Immedlauly tcVmid
c"":w "nft'oaV. Cf P" ","" 0t - ,ufc"M
. fr,.B.,,'Ta'",,"'',P'Kllalt. Oct 1711 IImV.
fildACo.M,UMf.,iplne. 7-JJu .hlngl.;, "
From llotlon. per .Ceylon. Oct H0 llrewer A Co, 40
lo coal. Hoc oil, rfo oat, .H HI. houk rj i bdli
anouktiei bbl. head.. )ca chaliti kg. i.u.. lij
e.n.auh...Wbbl.p Itch. W kbit to.ln. S p",. hid
U3tMn,McelDrpeftUBe, ait coll cordage, lul ca aoap.
iiiVkg.grocerle. anhale boat,. 13 pc marble traa"
5tlVx. tuldware. lor.'tu. lie. tatricti, I c udte i
eau.1t, attachment.. !J whecltt J "h Vai.,h,..V
" Vr""! v '.l, macoiueryi
naiBltl llmao lilw.JCB all. fjLt r tai.tjlt., U
JJlekjoe 1 ,. .aUi I Wiw, , t pVeu'w ll
Woodil.l c.effecln Wit W m J.Vi;. " " "
rroa ivit Tuwn.cod. tr lluci, vi.t rv, k
or eai rrancitto, pec loUsl. Oct IVUUUU 1L
;:,.;- '"".'"l .lJCll tuolatt... I7,TUU b.rlce
UJIbtcoaee. Val, Um..lU. iil.iia.7. '"""""'i
Poc foil Tonnd, .Emerald, Oct ih-U bat
1'orEBr.lu, pe Cattle llaywatd, Oct llth-U IUI.
u Kf ';'" Itland, per Jrunl. Wilktr. Oottlth I
BIUtti.d,iu,... Ffn.'valtt.liui. ' w"a-
.. --,. .wkhfiit,, uoucr., -j naze rur.
P,ur,,t!".f;.ll".Wteie.We terpeutlted. SI
b-ilpjIoUI'il Pkx h warej Cattle A Cook. 47 nke.
mLlry,lpiuo.lcaeiTWt.i T U Thrum. 1J i.k,
atalloo.rjtK lloftiU,t A La. i e. nVlSk.'. I.!
loolei Iter A UIh, lorram it H Orlnbanni A Co H
c. matchet. K O Hall An ", ,iiV,, VS r-e. 4
VSPlVi ". lWs' "'l I maple ""."leTkcJ
Ht. HI k( bone kct, IS bj a tleel. W c malchiY
U"rt;?.a ??!!."."'!.. loatiheai
i r Ttnchanea
(Hale I. "crrranei t K lllcliantton, II t'ornwll. I.
Inranse. liar i. . V (i iiiitIo ( llrnwn I' Cfwwltcln,
FFieida. t K Sia-kp.'lH J 8inpni-be-n. W t.ixlle,
J II llorck, II L'hamberlaln.J W iVai, W C Itonlen ami
wife. Mitt l.ank!i..MrKIal, Mr J .Makee. Mitt H
Mrkce. A Morte, Aire F It llarteldcn and S children.
for Fannlns- Itland, per Jennie Walker, Oct oth
J II lrK
ocroiiKii 22, 1B1
Titt; M.kTimit.t k I'ltl.SH
rnbllthetl for the 9tvmit 1'nt t AtaortiTinx by
Hook, Job and Ormral Trtntcr,
llonolnltt, It. I.
Notice of any rimliol Intcrett tiampltlnc en Ihe
other I'land will alwajt be Ihankfnlly recelted for
pabllcatlon. Correapondcnlt are rcqnrited to append
their tmo namct to all communication,, not for pubtl
cation nccetiarlly, bnt a a juaranlfo that the writer
It acting In coed faith
HIS MAJESTY RETURN.
Tlio near nntlcip.ttion or Kin); Knlnkaun'e
return naturally rIvci risa to rcllcclions upon
tlio poit'ibla result of hid cxti'mlcd tour, (lie
benefit ho nmy lilnxclf liavo derived llicro
froni liiltllcclually ntiJ ihytlcallr, mitl Ills
nation politically, tlio condition of tlio country
present, nntl !t condition at tlio timo of IiIh
dcparttiro os compared. Himself tlio origina
tor of tlio watchword " llooulu I.aliul," rind
lorevcr with mi cyo to tlio incrcaso of his peo
ple, as expressed by himself in public upon
many different occasslons, tlio very Inception
of bin projected journey must lmvo bocu
dashed In its plcasurnblo nntlcipations, for,
an epidemic tlio possible ravages of which
none could then predict, had already declared
itself among his people. To n inmmrcli whoso
heart bents for bin pcoplo'a welfare tlio sad
thought of how that people might bo Buffering
from mi infectious discaao that ho knew to bo
upon them could tint but occupy bin mind to
tlio exclusion of much that might upon other
occasions nud under different circumstances
liaro afforded pleasure. Tlio imperative neces
sity of Ium journey must bo measured by such
considerations as these, for naturu could not
but have plead hard to n yearning heart to
stay by tlio sufferers until the end. Xotliing
short of an extreme confidence in tlio ability
of it Ilegent proxy and a tried Cabinet to ad
minister floYcriitiicnt consonant with circum
stances that were cuntiugent could have with
stood an appeal to return. And wo trust that
His Mujcsty has seen no causo to rogrct in
tlio least decree the course pursued, and that
his return will be rendered tho mora pleasur
able to bim both on this account and ou ac
count of tho approbation and wclcomo which
his loyal subjects will cxtcud to him upon his
Upon his dcparttiro His Majesty's
health was not robust but reports
received from timo to time would
indicalo its perfect restoration. Intellectu
ally also tho King cannot have failed in being
benefitted by the variety utid extent of his
observation, nnd by bis contact with some or
the leading men of the world, and ho will
consequently bring homo a fund of practical
information not to bo derived from books
howsoever diligent their study may have
been; and information that if applied in prac
tice, may tend to brighten tho prospect? of big
Island Kingdom. Especially must bo havo
had presented to bim in a truer light thau
cumsfanccs arYd'tfiUWelin..!.r.?'t8 of Chineso
India, and elsewhere in his travels-informa
tion that can not be without importance as
alTectinga proper course of policy toward a
peoplo who now boar so largo a proportion to
the total of his population, and whoso num
bers are yearly being swelled.
Accompanied by a Commissioner of Immi
gration, whose title would indicate the im
portance of his official function, the vital
question of "llooulu Lahtii " will wo trust
have gained much toward its intelligible solu
tion by the variety of information that must
have been stored up by diligent and prolonged
effort, and varied observations rolating to tho
conditions of people, and countries passed
Tho King will return to find his country
rejoicing in perfect freedom from an epidemic
which for many months was jeoparding tho
lives of its peoplo and hampering its busi
ness in a great degreo; to fiud that his Gov
moDt is in harmony with tho peoplo governed,
and in an attitudo bo&tilo to uono outside ;
that financially tho country progresses and
industries generally do not fljg; and that last
but not least his appointment of a Regent to
rulo in his abseuco has fulfilled nil anticipa
tion. In tboe reflections Ilis Majesty must
find additional pleasure- at his return, and
when ho again assumes tho iinmcduto reigns
of Government may i( bo with a hand fresh
ened in lifo by tho experiences and reminis
cences of big tour and a heatt satisfied by tho
assurances of respect and loyalty to a sover
eign who intends to devoto himself to tho
highest intcrcsls of his country and his peoplo.
Tho nppointraont nntl prolonged roton
tioii of incompotont toachors in office in
sorao of our Government schools has for
uorno time post boon a mnttor of no little
ndvorso comment itv 60cinl circles. If, in
thus mnttor, tho Ixwt was being mado of a
bad case, wo might have less grounds for
complaint i but when a supply of good
material U at hand sufficient for all our
noods, there certainly seems to be littlo
wisdom in employing that of an ackowl-
odged inferior quality. Especially should
discriminations through iwrsonul, party,
or rnco favoritism, bo avoided in bo im
portant n matter as public education, and
merit ftlono Ihi considenxl. Noithcr should
necessitous circumstnncoa, or simplo worth
of character iu individuals, bo allowed us
criteria to weigh an atom toward their
preferment in any educational capacity.
Our duly in this matter is to tho risiug
generation, and humane tendencies that
lead awny from this, however laitdablo in
thembolves, should horo bo diicouuto
nunctxl. Wo understand UmI as rt result of tho
expressed diiMiiafaction of jwronta nud
others nt tho employment of incompetent
teachers, tho matter has received somo
atteution from thoo inoru immediately
utithoritativo in tho matter at eppoiut.
mont, although no dettnito tnovu in tho
way of reform has yet mtultod. AVo lmvo
faith, however, that when tho subject has
once lnt-n moottxl where authority rosts,
improved renulU will not bo long only in
abeyance. Examinations, competitive or
otherwUu, ore what is needed to ensure a
uniformly good corps of teachers for our
public fcIiooIh. Tlio only objections wo
linvu lienrd of ns having been tillered
ngniust tho examination of teacher, was
that by a " principal " in 0110 of our
Bchools, who oxpressed doubt ns to tho
possibility of finding oxaininors competent
to exnmino such ns he. Any person of
education feels, almost instinctively, his
own inferiority when in tho preaenco of
thoo better learned limn himself- and
in such n caso could nover bo nxntuincrsj
but wo could well nlTord to tnko on fnith
tho fow who might bo able lo induce this
feeling of inferiority in thoao to whom tho
task of examining Bhould bo assigned. It
is to teachers holding moro subordinate
posts however, that ourobjoclionsiiro prin
cipally directed, as somo of these lmvo re
ceived their appointment under tho very
mistaken beliof that n very prininry educa
tion in teachers is nil that is requisite to
fit them for impiirling knowledge to
younger children. To our minds it is ex
actly hero that well educated and discreet
instructors nro moro tlinn ever needed, ns
the plnstic mind of enrly childhood is pe
culiarly retentive of tirst impressions, and
whatever knowledge mny bo acquired nt
later periods, tho impress of earliest in
struction, although perhaps it mny bo some
what modified, if wrong or evil, can never
bo wholly obliterated by tho most careful
after training. It is in infancy that tho
moral nature, more tlinn tho intellectual,
needs cultivation nnd tlio better tho teacher
understands his obligations in this respect
tlio bolter will ho bo lilted for imparting
In making tho nbovo remarks, wo would
in no way wish to bo understood ns titter
ing wholcsnlo condemnation, as we are
perfectly alive to tho fact that tho majority
of teachers now in Government employ
nro competent and desorving; and an ex
amination of such as nro really so, could
tend no other way than to heighten tlio
estimation in which they nro already held.
Somo months agn when tho labor question
seemed to bo engaging moro attention than it
does at tho present time, it was proposed to
iutroduco tho natives of India as plantation
laborers ou theso islands. Not one of tho
many classes of labor tried gavo complete sat
isfaction. It was feared that thoro would bu
danger in importing too great a number of
Chinese. South Sen Island labor was pro
nounced a decided failure. The Portuguese
or tho majority of them are not likely to re
ship as plantation bauds after the expiration
of their timo of service as Ihoy prefer to farm
on a small scale on their own account. Tho
opinion was advanced by somo that India
would bo tho place from which to recruit our
labor supply ; that n desirable class could bo
obtained thero in almost unlimited numbers
and at a lower rate of wages than olsowhero.
Judging from what we had road of theso
people, wo wero from the first of tho opinion
that thoy would not answer for plantation
hands on these islands not even as well as
the South Sea Inlanders, and what wo havo
since learned concerning them confirms and
strengthens our belief. Wo have noticed iu
various English publications the observations
of British officers and civilians'in India nn the
have'rcpe,ae3.,n.,l.n.0-1. .r.?-njflmS.r -of. 8Ie,J!S
lent to bo of any use bb such; and traveler
wlio liavo visited India aro unanimous in ex
pressing a like opinion.
Mr. W. N. Armstrong, who accompanies
King Kalakaua on his foreign tour as Immigra
tion Commissioner, ovidently entertains a very
poor opinion of them. We publish this week
extracts from letters of Mr. Armstrong to tho
Southern Workman in which ho gives his ex
perience among and views of tlicsu people,
isooiir-, after reading them, could wish to see
such laborers introduced horo for plantation
QEHEBAl COMIY ON THE EECIPHO
The report of U. S. .Minister Comly to his
Government concerning tho trade between
theso Islands nnd tho United States, which wo
published last week, advances good arguhicnts
iu favor of tho continuance of tlio reciprocity
treaty. Ho shows that tho benefit derived from
it is Mutual, both countries profiting by tho
increased trado. The trade of the islands is
almost exclusively with tho TJnitod States. Tho
leading staples aro scut to Iho San Fraucisco
market, nnd nearly all tho vessels employed
in tho carrying trado fly tho American Hag.
Tho exports of tho Kingdom Invo increased
largely since thu treaty went into cITect and
has necessitated an tncreaso in the fleet plying
between Honolulu and San Francisco. The
number of steamers in tho inter-island trado
has increased from one to eight, all lu.llt in
tho United Slates but one, and thero ha boon
also an addition to tho sailing coasters. This
rapid growth of shipping makes business for
ship builders, merchants, agents, insurance
campunies and otthcrs in tho Slates, and a
our imports aro principally from the United
Slates that country is largely a galnor thoreby.
Minister Comly, speaking of Iho advantages
01 reciprocity says; "If our commercial
policy with tho Sandwich Islands is to be
taken as only part of a groat system, intended
to take in and bind together ' two great
contlimtils and their adjacent islands 011 our
Kloof tlio world.lt seems lo mo that thero
ars uch grand possibilities to the near future
or tho United States In such a schemo as would
make the reciprocity treaty with tlieaa islands
conspicuous landmark Iu our comruercUl
Foimwbo is a reoord of the l'ollc Court pro
ceeding for tho week: Kauaka, larceny, Nuf.'s
WflW(lilrd by prosecution. Aplkl, and Ns-
poihitu, rankenness, forfeited JOtall each. Cuas.
'Ibointnon and Ijinal, adultery, hoHs n,
ttred by prosecution. Kalel, assault rtn
on Aiulka, lluod $10, costs VI SO. 11. Ii.
nnlt fltld lit,aH . If. ." m . .- ' .
.J, 1 7 'J to aiauiiaiioa, ia fiu, coats
1 ), and fur a4Ault on a polloo oracerT commit.
Viu',."'',10 t101' tru. of Sunrwio Court.
A, Ul.llex, drunkenness, forfeited 0 bail. Joey
!f rii".'?! Moulihou., affray, former for
if ?T i b4",?,a ""'''"V'V'euterrUin case
2. "ii1"1!!''.. "Oonzaloi, drunkennww, foreite4
John Wallacu anil Klliinla ,i,,li... T...VT.T. .
).f?,? ' nai tB0 l'r sentenotd to two
montU's Imprisoumenl at harU Ubor and to tiay
tl costs, illki Kauels and William Unrrigan,
dmnkenne.s, forfeited f bail each. Kahowsirde
jeninij her husband, remanded to lbs '.llli last.
David, Kru4 cheat, kciileuced to ality days' Itn
prwoament at bard labor, cosU 3. atauaiua and
Kralobs, truancy, ordcrrd to return lo lureots.
Aucueong, o., urca-uy of a knife, senteuonl to
Ii. Iliekf.U Cu: ; W. 0. JouM.'acllo'S
aiintflM.l ,.. I. .,... 11. .
ou protnlaory DoU for sUM) fa. In.lrm,.,,. ...
4. u. MM vs. Julin Kanu. action uf am.
,aiA0ni!,'',1,IM. U-aiitan, coats
n. A. D. Courlniiv m nvl,l llaw.. .i.
of repleyin-tUiusiffcs i'JUL linUrmant fur LuioikaT
aasarumlt fur tH 07. iudAtosnt fur nl.liltr j
. rir..T . "l,'1;"w a osru tauur and lo
payl U) ousts, t'itil rtoord.-J. H. Kina ts.II.
rrry. actlun for wares lor t7S. ladirrifni tni
inun rorsuui au
M. Hcrrittfi ts. AwaaWi, mIb -" imiTsVItI snieosMioir to It in I JTS uLji ftM w"!
JudsiBientlor fUUtW fir W? myHW8ffil Iff tll'iS&J
Things Wiso nnd Otherwise.
W notice mi Aliundinco of wntor pipes In rati
on. Iwnlltle already In pltco to Iri laid; lint
wliero tlio wnler U lit come front lu supply tliem,
do'4 not seem so app treat.
HflTrrnl Oomnnicut odlcUU from Hllo were In
town this week. Wo notlcrd the Sheriff of Hawaii,
tho Collector of Caatora for tlio port of Hllo, tin,
Postmaster of llllo, tlio Auent of the Uoard of
Health for Hawaii, nn Apent to AcVnowleilRo Con
Iritots for labor, a School A;ent ami otlicrsf
A wall reaches ns from HonnaiKi, Kan, thsl the
liquor trnule Is belncj carried on on bo largo a scale
llt.it much disturbance nntl consentient Injury fol
lows nnd tho Sulibtth Is epi-olallv mado notorious.
We trust If there is foundation for tho saino thnt
Iho proper authorities horn will enforce llinauthor
It Im there tu tnfmtr thn lawn rigidly or put men
ill their places who will do so.
Wc commend the tone of tho Kunl-ntt In Its manly
editorials of lata on the Antagonism of races, a
translation of which wo publish rlsowhere. 'I hn
advice given to Us native readers by tlio i .rlfim
on this matter, if It lio lieedeil nt all, eaiinot hut
provu Injurious to tho best Intermix of tho country,
and the Kuolin Is timely iu coming to the rescue
ana stanuing up tor mo rigiu.
l'Ensoss who pay full "buss" hlro for tliflr
children going to school bate good ronton to mur
mur when thu oxcesslvo overcrowding tenders It
imiHiRslblo for eacli child to obtain more than half
a teat, nnd then often In bo mado a unit of them
Bclves for others. It looks ns though another
vclifcln was needed to supplement thosii ft I ready in
iiso. when no sea children haiiclti!l ou their out-
sided wherever they can get n foot or a handhold.
A coTESironlnt Is shocks! nt tho readiness with
which San 1'ranciscu journals chronicle, horrthlo
crimes. It says: "Tlio rcortlng cases of crlnio
maybe carried to loo great nn extent." Iu an
other place ho also sajs that "Although tho duty
of tciKirtlug nnd coiiniicnttiig npou such cases as
that of liriggs vs. .Mills. Is nn unpleasant one, yet
it may bo regretted that nucll cases aro not moro
commonly reported." s.Wo can avoid a contra
diction by eupposliig.iOi.T.pl.-'iit of an nllnir as In
volving no crime. (11j,, pV.Wntcmled ?
Wednesday aftcrnavfsid evening was Insuffer
ably worm, of which stat of tho weather detach
ments of tho nriny availed MiomscltcH by air
ing their new pilot cloth overcoats, which, judging
from thn fit, must havo been mado for lifo guards
men, but nro just tho thing for this cold, bleak
climate. Our devil propounds tho following
conundrum: Why nro theso oereoats liko two
cities in Franco ? llccnuse they are Toulon nnd
Toulouse. 1'rleuds nud ncipiintances nro invited
to tho funeral to-morrow.
A littlo sharp practlso was recently indulged in
by ono of our local limbs of tho law. A gentleman
wishing -to purehaso n pleco of property ou the
plains wns referred to this disciple of Dlnckstuiie,
do being tho trustee, nnd ou making inquiries of
him in twrson was advised ns a friond not to buy,
as tho title was not good. ,
A short time nftor this gontlemnn in Rt rolling
thnt wny observed some men nt work on tho trop
erty nllnded to, nud was informed that it linil been
bought by tho trustee himself. A magnanimous
net to shoulder n pleco of land with a defective
title, ratner tunn sea n iriomi iniien.
Tho following tables of statistics concerning tho
victims of tlio recent epidemic will be found Inter
esting. Tho percentage of mortality wns greater
anion;; tho natives than nny others, whilo it was
least among tho Chinese, Tho dlsoaso provod
most fatal to infants under two yoars of ngo, nearly
three-fourths dying, whilo four-fifths of thoao be
tween tho ages of ten mid twenty yu us recovered.
Nearly one-half of those between tho nges of
twenty nnd forty died, whilo among thosu over
forty thn mortality wns less, being only IH.IS per
cent. Wo nro under obligations to Dr. 0. T.
ltogcrs for tho statistics nnd information hero
Total Per Cent.
". T. S
ja S, -
2 o 3
3 f 5
-3 a O ey
fc. " so
c b n
Table showing the cases of Small-pox treated in
tho Hospital dunug tho lato opidomic, classiOed
nccorditiK to race, with tho number and per ccntaso
of deaths in each.
Catet. Heath. Per Vent.
)7Jille" 17 4 ?)V1 "
i,',nlc" 4'.l 18.S7
s"lM Of) 1M 3(J.U
Total 873 " got 31.111
Under lhfi hnul .if iM,,ii.aaii , i..-,...,.i ,,
half-csstesi also 11 few Negroes, South Sea Islnnd
f " ,J?i lno mnnner in which tho records wero
kept, it is impossible nt this timo to seporate these,
-lno number bowover of thohO who nre not in whole
or in part of untivo blood, is too small to materi
ally clfoet tho roinlt.
A Few Observations.
Just at present in these Lilanda there seems to
exist a vaguo unrest, ntTectinj; commercial and
political Interests and prcsajtinjr to a certain
degree the near npprouch of something like a
crisis in national affairs. How muolj foundation
really exists for uneasiness, and wherein the
dangorlles, mny not bo very clearly defined nt
present or a policy of def nso outlined, until the
ciuses of appprehension havo assumed moro
uenniio snnpo. nevertheless thore is good reason
for tho beliof that influences exist, nnd nre being
strengthened daily, threatening tho wclfaroand
prosperity of the nation, nnd I esteem it Ihe duty
of every intelligent business man nnd citizen to
dovoto to tho subject Bufllolent timo and thought
to enable him to net undorstandlnRly In defense of
bis Individual interests, and the interests of the
commonwealth. Concerted nctiou nraouo the Intel
liKout and business members of this nod nelub
boring communities is nil that is neoesaary to
avert any impending evil, but to mo the iiffa(i,
for such aotiou is iippurent. It is easier to name
11 disease than to prescribe tho proper remedy, and
in writing of some of tho ,tj, as thoy apriar to
me, I do not assume that my interpretation of
thorn is irrefutable, or to dictate tho way of aort-
... .u,u, in.jr inwtgo) out i no wish to lm
press upon a certain portion of tho people the
necessity of waking from the apathy whTcb hold
them and in elligently defending th.lr interests"
elgu and luternaj, aro slfectej at present by a
peculiar variety of iuUrcsU, and In naming sola"
of thero, and the nnueneea wbiobrMar uponthrra.
tbs conflict prejudicial to' the interests of the
country as a whole will plainly appear. Thaw
bavubwm dutlrtg the reign or the present Klr.ii
two conipicuous oolitieal lurtina nini!n H, n..
liawaliaiis. ono of them adhering to the urestnt
" "?d the other (said to be uumerioillyiu the
'riTf.. Mi !"" ;',""" cioimaniio inemrone,
lliis political condttlou baa been kpown, nndtur.
stood, and successfully treated by thu Intelligence
of the country. Now a third puly U beginning to
c'evelop, more threatening In its nature to the
lac. of the nation. The auti alien nr eiclusively
native ilawalian irty, what this implies nted ut
bo otpl.tiued hero tlio damsgiug t-aorts of its
succeas can hardly bo eubnated. "Taxatiou
without ropreowiiUtion" of four-flfths of the
? .i1.- 0,i ,'?,00,'""fy uM ls one of iu mildest
results. Hut I do not pnrinM to weigh result 1
tho subject doe nwt require argument. This is
oils of the uruva mnwu nf ii,,..l Unl. ...11.1
6,1 Vii.10? '"' " n"4""1"''' poaslbllltles cnu
uotfsl to U Injurious totbetrealUiral sUbility
of trndo, ana U beKlnuinc. to U; felt. Men mar li
skeptical ami treat tho subject wilu ootileuiptuxm
eiwtliy, but ii) so doitia tbey aru urontr. 'Ibxy
wlio liaro theli country's welfare at Usart, as well
as tbelr owu interest, should wake up, meet tlio
tUntter aud OTeroorue it, 'XU aaii lesson taught
political aeltatlort incipient'" KeafuyUn" has
alrsaUy appeared, loevadimry notleiM bars ben.
oearbed will crow into ilaiuasroas ilmnmut-
AUOlher Of thsdUtnrldnu-a.n. ...I Ik. .
S?.Bn fteowswsjsial isttrU anU tU.
?fi!.Vf!,W b' UUfttmim orsr all
L-' .hU KSu,f xkM.' m ''len'sm 00 each
other am ti political asd fxunsreial btrcsUof
... uS ,m ruction aim tne uiracefQ nut un of
tuu last IraUatlYo body, aaoalduoiut at.ryaog
Best to moral, and action saooldiiot bodeferrwl
Until it U tOU 1st. Aa - aTahn .1 ,kl. ..
thing can be dons to change Ihe current of public
opinion, that during the next session of Congrrss
Influence will bs btonght to lear aulllcient to
canso notice of discontinuance to Imi .vrved. The
ultimate effect of such action upon this country I
will not aasumo to name, auffloi to sty all admit
it would l disastrous In thn extreme. lleroSRsln
npiienrs the necessity for ronoorteit anil intelligent
action and thorough organization to dnvise means
of meeting nnd defeating tin
that nre insidiously working.
of meeting nnd defeating tho ndvetso Influoncei
It is claimed by 'the oppoaers of tho treaty thst
Hi benefits In America nro confined almost entirely
lo a " monopoly t" it is also claimed hero that tins
ssmo monopoly not only JeopirJlres tlio conlln
nncoof tho treaty bnt Is nequlrlng snch propor
tions in controllng the trndo nnd chief product of
the country that If allowed to contlnno it will soon
nhaorb nil otlior Industries and Interests nnd
dictate the policy of the nation, political nawell
nn financial. Such n centralization of power could
not but Injure tho country nn ft whole, nnd if Iho
danger exists ns claimed, it should boenriitstly
oppiMed by vigorous nnd united Action. It Is
nsserteil by somo Hint tho monopolists do not
di hire a continuance of tho treaty that on Its
annulment and Iho Inevitable bankruptcy that
would follow, they could buy up plantations, etc.,
nt their own prices nnd, controllng both the tin
lnet nnit tin market, would iuerenso rather than
diminish their dangerous power, lie that ns It
may, (I am presoiitlng no argument on the merits
of reciprocity or monopoly,) lite necessity for
speedy and t-nrnest work seems Apparent tome)
nnd whether for tho purpoBo of defeating n perni
cious political scheme, insuring n continuance of
tho treaty of reciprocity with Urn United States, or
circumscribing tho encroachments of a dangerous
monopoly Is not material.
Another catifo of anxiety Is tin Chlnoso ques
tion, the proHirtlonsof which aro bjcomltignbirm
ing 18,01)0 hero, nuif ttt tht Ubor qatttiaii I tllll n
Iroiibltfome pnhltm. ' 'J ho necessity of restricting
immigration Is admitted. An unlimited Influx of
Chinamen will hardly Incrcaso tho respect and
friendship for in of other countries. This ques
tion has been thoroughly cauvussed and is under
stood lo bo oravo causo of nniletr. Mnny
enures of tilienslness ntill remain unnamed, but
enough has been said I think to convince tho
roader that there is nothing vlslonarv or sensa
lioiial in tho statement that an tincoiufortablo
crisis appears in thu near future nnd thnt It is
nccrwsary fur work to bo done to avert it, for tho
Intelligence nnd nlillltv of the people tocombino
In establishing n sound public Klioy that shall
qulut nud control all disturbing elements, com
mand Iho rospect of foreign countries, promote
nnd protect n healthy condition of commcrco nnd
Insure proper representation and legislation. To
accomplish this, is not tho necessity for nctlon
plainly apparent ? Qnsinvr.n.
Sunday Aftnritoon MootltiR.
The early Sunday evening inecllnjnl the Y, M. 0. A.
held for fcveral vara pait In the vculry of Kurt Slreit
Church, will ho mined to tho Ljccum hinaflcr till fur
ther notice, ami will change to half p.iat thrco u'cluck
WANTED ! $1,000 OB 92,000 !
JL CLASS MKC'UllirY.
rX VOl IT STK15KT, A SIXiVHIl
J llltAUi.KT. The finder will lie rcunnlril liy lesv-
lug tile tame nt (CO It)
T. (I.TIIltUM'S. Mar.
WITjI, ItKMOVH HIS Ol'JFICK ON
Noieniber lit, from Dr. Iloirmanii'n Drue Hlnre,
Mirchnnt Htreet. to hla resilience, on tlio corner of
KiikLlimd l'uit Mri-ft.
&- OPKIOi: I1UUKS: U to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m.
Telephone connection. C0-.lm
Notice to Creditors.
rpiTK TJJTJJKISSIGJnSW HAVING
A. licn duly appolntcil executrix of the lart Will and
testament of TllOS. LACK, lato nf Honolulu, ilcccascil,
notice Is hereby given to nil perrons to present tlielr
claims agnlnat the eatotc of mli! Thus. Lack, iluly
nuthcntlcntcil whether secured by mortgage cr other
wise to Mm. S. M. I.nck nt her ofllco on 1-ort Street,
Ilotiolulii, Island of Onhn, within alx months from the
date hereof or they will be foreifr barred. And all
persons Indebted to safd estate nru hereby rinncated to
make Immediate payment thereof to .Mrs. U. Jt. I.ncl;.
MUM. M. M. LACK, Kxccotrlx.
Dated Honolulu, OctaM. 1S3I. W-lt
BIBLE BEADING !
Kev. W. J. SMITH,
Wirjti Givcauis Hiast minvE
ItK.VDINU at tliel,YCi:UM. Sabbath afternoon,
at naii'p.isi inrco o ciock.
"SEPARATION "FROM THE WJRLD."
His farewell address before thn Yonnz Mens'
Christian Aisoclatlon will be delivered at the lortbt.,
Church, Sabbath evening at half-past seven o'clock.
" THE YOUNG MANS CHOICE, OB DOES
Toaoher of Vooal and Inatrnmental Moaio
No. 31 Derctanla Street.
ton 1y qr 51 lm
E. PONTOPPIDAN, M. D.,
Oculist, Physician and Surrteon.
Eyo Ulseases a bucclslly. ltesldence nndotllco 137Kort
Mreet and Uli jplaln Lino (Mrs. Chaso's).
Ofllceliuiirsi 10 1'Ja. M.ni-da- v. w. M 3m
T II15KEIJY FOIUIID AI1T1 PJSlt-
sons from harboring or trusting any ono on my
account, as I Mill not pay any debts contracted In
my name, or on my account, uftcr this date, nllbon
a written order from me. W. C. I10IU)i:.,
llllo Ilanatl, AuguftSlth, 1S8I, tCS M ;im
Clearance Sale of
CPIIE VNDKltSIOXl'sD INTENDS
J. to Close out the ENT1IIK STOCK of Tobacco,
Cigarettes, Pipes, nud Smokers' Sundries on hand at
At Cost for Cash.
59 lOt 875 lOt Mlta.'T. 1.ACK, Kort Strert.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMnJT
AND AI1I1 IAltTIES EITIIBllN
llonoiuiw at any of Ihe Islands In tluOro-jp,
In Want of Employees
Will please make tlielr wants known ICiho under
signed, nbo will do all In their puwer to flltbclr orders.
I'. C. JONI'.H.Jr. ") T
J. It. ATIIKUTON, Kmnloymcrc Cnmmltlee
11. r. uu.i.i.-iia.ii. ) 1 ai. v. A WgWem
SALMON AND CODFISH!
" SADIE F. GALLEB.W
Bbls. Pickled God Fish,
Bbls. God Fish Tonguei.
r re (sale bt
. i. nm
JNO. FOWLER & CO.
Lssds, Eafland, ars preparsd
rmurxsB plans and estikatssI
ieel Portable Tramways,
With or Mlthout Cars and Locomollrrs,
Kpeclallx adapted fur Nu-ar PUnUtloai I
l'erruansnt Hallways, with locotnotlTes und ears,
I taction hnuiiies and Itoiul Ixioomotives,
BUsui Moujililiiff and CultlTattn MacUiuery,
1'ortnlilu Knciues for all purponos,
Wludlujj Kuuines for IncfluV
losn.a with Illustrations.
Modrli, and I'bolo
rraiins nr ine snare riauts aud 11
at tns omccf of the nndcrslirnrd
cranbt of ihf share Hants aud slscbluery mar be acta
W. l..aiiKK!f and
U. W. ilAOfAIII.ANK A, CO..
Aiduta for Juu. fouler t, Co.
BOOT AUD SHOE ITORI
o. Ill fort Stmt, sboTO llolrl,
THE MIUN 01' THK (lOLlf KJ( 1MNIT.
Ujflhs last steamer I hart rrcttrrd s larra sitortutat
vf tB laUst Amcrltau siIj of
oat, thaaa, Tiaa lllapara
ACi Ac Ac. Ac.
LasUm ius CUUrm'i Mum a Tyiriittr
ts ants H MsAja t Ord
Wlla Mcalatts ssd isrUB,'
"MS ... rtAMslT.
The Oldest, Largest, Best and Cheapest Furniture
Store in the Kingdom.
3E 3 4DI ar 355 3H5 m
C. E. WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
Creat Reductions in Prices
HaTltifr mndo Arrangements w lilt tlio I.AItUKST A IIKST FACTOR IKS
Tfo can, nnd trill, SEI,L CilH.W'KK THAN ANY OTIIKIl IIOUNK
A Full Line of New Furniture and Uupholster
ing Materials, tne Very Latest Styles,
Comprising ! Satins, ltnw Bilks, Cashmeres, Surges, DamanUs, and Iteps, all colors) nlf o,
A. INTEIXV I-.OT OP ORBTOIV8 !
Silk Cords, Tassels nnd Olmps, Oold and Silver 1'icturo Wire, 1'icturo Nails, Cornice Hooks, Ac.
A 1'OIjL ASSOHTiltNT OP KLHOANT
WALNUT. SB01VIZ10 AND CUT FRJUHBS, F08 PAHLQR SITS
Lounges, Librnry Chairs, Spanish, Window nnd Turkish Chmrs, Parlor Extension Ilockers,
l'ateiit Spring ItoeKcrs, l'iay Clinirs, Foot Hosts, Ac, Ac. ftf Do not fail to
seo our liATKST STyLK OF
PATENT BED LOUNGES AND SOFA BEDS,
which nro tho Most l'opular nn the 1'nolflo Const. Slrnw, Excelsior, Mom. Eureka, 1'nlu, Hair,
and Feather Mattresses nnd l'illown on Hand nnd Made to Order.
CHAMPIOIM SI3FlIISrca- IBE3I3S !
Tllll UCST IN USE WlUi LAST A IjIFETIMK. Also. Tlnnfore nnd Stnr Spring Hd.
Woven Wire Mattresses, HHtd. 8l7.es; Spring Mnttresses Mndo to Order nil Work Guaranteed.
OtLY IlliSl (IASS DIMIOLSTDKKRS ENPLOYCtt !
FULL LINE OF NEW AND ELEGANT FURNITURE,
ComprininK in part of : HInek-wnlnnt lied room Bets, Wnrilrobcn, Darcaus, French Dresslnfr Caaes'
Cliitloniers, Siuebonrds, Writing Desks, Hook Ciihch, WlmtnotH, Library, l'nrlor Tnblen,
Ulnck.wnliiut Extension Dinlni Tables, llouqnet titnnds, Musio Stands, llook Stands, etc.
Imitation Walnut, Htnined and I'niutud Chamber Bets, Wnrdrubes, liuru.ius, Chiffoniers, Sideboards
Dhick-wnlnut. Oak, Mnplu nnd Chinn Clinirs, nil styles nud sizes; a full assortment Window BhadSA,
with plain and patent spriti(t pullers;
ja. XLX1.C3-E3 IiOT of MiTiiiom, f
square, nrch, nlid corniced top, nil sizes: prices from tWc. lo $1M). Mirror Plates of all s4MAlwfsforl
ilnnd; nlno, a Grent Vnrietv of t'nticy Picture Frames, enrd, cnbinet, nnd larger SlMst ,.
TlioVeryLntestStjlesof I'lOTUllE AND COltNICE MODLDINU. a New lot of ICLEOANf BABY
aVltuIAOES, CHILDUEN'8 EXI'IIESS MTAQONS AN OAHT8. Tho Latest and Brit
THE" WILLIAMS" SEWLVG MACHINE,
SOLD ONLY BY 0. E. WILLIAMS. RT PIttCE, THIRTY-FIVE DOLLABS I
I'lnnofl, for nnlo or hire; Violins, Concortlnns, and nil kindsof Musical Instruments Always on Hand.
Flvo Dozen Iron Bedsteads, for snlu cheap; nlno, n Coraplcto Assortment of Cheap Furniture t Chil
dren's Chnlrs nnd Kocktrs, Cribs, Cradles nnd Desks, Wnlnut nnd Iron Brackets, Chromoa, Oam and
Jewel FoldiiiR Carringcs, Hocking Chairs, Fcnthcr Dusters, etc., etc
CALL AND EXAMINE OUIl STOCK BEFOUE l'UMCHASINO EL8EWHEBE.
60 C. E. "WILLIAMS, 111 Fort Street, sad 60 Hotel Street.
FULL LINES OP
y .-Sridlet, (Jirths,
Galvanized Plain Iron.
FLOOR OIL. CLOTH
Sofa Centre Rugs
TWENTY'ITOUII IJAIta IN A BOX)
Sugar Bags and Bagging,
Hardware, ft a General
Usually Kpt by U.
e, T, , sad r.t! lur sals st
ALUM k I01I1I0FI.
WaUuku IHI Ffrottfy.
BK8T UUALI'rV OK 1AIAI MAN.
urUuUvsaUtljr. All vrdera lll ttlik dis
on tho IslnndH. 2T Ahh GOODS nro So
lcclctl nt tho Factories by Mr. 0. E.
Have Just Received from San Francisco
KALAKAUA rtml Other Lato ArrlTftln,
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, PEE
THE FOLLOmNG LIST
.YfJIIOH WILL BE
OFFERED FO SALE TO
tlpou JBwim-y Tsbx-
Steam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Franklin Coal Jn casks, for Family TJao.
ISO degree test,-
Cul Nail,, 3d to 40d,.
tt .. a LantcrnB, Charcoal Irpna,
HunfaAxw, Hunt's; Hatchott,
Tnr, Pitch, Rosin, Turpentine,
ACHOICK ABBOKTIIKKNT 09
Com Starch, Toraaloat,
XT'fMioy CvacUovm J '
JIoeUn'aTomloaiid U T-rtta g.Bft
Mule sod Ox Cart.
At frltM that will feat , r-ei.
all aa. .
" vit nomnr
1 ji Lt4m a, 1.4