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Administrator's Solo !
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd,
In thr Officii eC the I-ale Chief Justice r C Hauls.
Ity order of Administrator, I will tell l Auction
Law Books &c,
OFFICE FURNITURE, 4C.
K. P. ADAMS, Anet'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
THURSDAY OCT. 27.11. ISS1,
At 10 A. 51., nt Rules llonm,
Dry Goods and Clothing
complete invoice or Hosiery, While
Shirti, Cheviot fchlrN, Hlowsea
A line in Fresh Groceries !
Boxes California Potatoes nml Onions,
Cases Butter, Sack Sugar,
Sacks Yellow Corn.
ALSO AT 1311 O'CLOCK NOON
1 Handsome Carriage
Formerly owned by E. O. Mali, esq.
Ii kind and gentle and well anlled (or a family Horse.
K.l ADAMS, Anet'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On Fort Street.
By Order of A. J. Cartwrlsht. Ksq.. attorney for D. W.
1'anahl, I am Instructed to oner for s ale
by public auction
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th
At 13 o'clock noon at Sales Itoom,
That Ynlunblo Picco or Parcel of
Land, with the Buildings
situated on Fort Street, manka of and adjoining the
Chinese Uhnrch, having a frontage of about TO feet, and
a depth of about 163 feet.
A 2-STORY HOUSE
and Out-bnlldlnci arc upon thli Lot.
E- V. ADAMS, Anet'r.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
By order of A. J. Cartwrljht. Esq., Administrator of
the EstateofS. D. Borrows, deceased, 1 will otTcr at
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th,
at 12 m., at Sale Itoom, the r-roprrty on Fort St.,
KNOWN AS BURROWS' PLANING MILL,
The Buildings, Lease, Mill, Ma
chinery, and Stock in Trade,
contlitlngot a Larc Assortment of
DRESSED & UNDRESSED LUMBER
For further partlcnlan, apply to A. J. CartwrlRht, or
1 ! ADAHK, Anet'r.
Block, Fort St.
and wo CordMljr Invite tho Publlo of
Honolulu to Call ind Ein
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POlt S A N j U AN C I SCO.
THE HAWAIIAN tUtIK
Will hnvo Quick Ditpatch for the nbovePort
tor Freight or pasiace, apply to
? M F T. t.KNKllAN A CO.. Agents.
FOR SAN Fit A IN CI SCO.
J,l Til Ik M ltlll- llAHrt
ax Lady Lampson,
Will havo (.nick Dispatch for tho nbovo Pott
For Freight or I'aMape, apply to
m r. lllir.WEH Jk Co., Agents.
TIIK M imiTll.lt lUtlK
l-'Olt SAN FllANUJSCO.
The VaTorlte racket llarktntlne
33 TJ 3X DLD IJC-cV,
Will have Quick Diipntch for nbovo Port.
For freight or passage apply to
KS TllKO. II 1IAV1KS, Agent
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tiir. nii.i:.M)iii mti:ammiiii
CITY of N 13 W IOKK
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Oct. 224.
FOR SYDNEYVIA AUCKLAND!
Tiir. NPi.r.Mun ntkamniiip
On or about Saturday, Oct. 29th,
For Kre'ghl am) I'assa.r, apply to
in In. II. It.UIr-KI.t&CO...t.eiit.
flomW las-Shipment per fttrniner rnn unit
bfNlnrHl, Frrr ill Ctinrur. In tiir Flr-.iiruof
Waretionw iipwr tiir Mm hut Mlinrf.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
MKSSHS W. II. CltOSSMAN &
Ilro.. will dlrpatthnftr't elan vessel from New
York tu tills l'crt about Not lit. l'artlre desiring to
iviKiuiiii. i v,i iuuui .-.it, in i iwrp ur.iiini; ,u
hip by this line direct, will nerd to forward orders by
he Mcamer of ath of AupuM. to arturrTtcm fur their
amp oy tn
501 Jin 41i
Steamer I.tkcllke will leatc Honolnlu each Tuesday
tUr. ., tonchlngnt Lahatna, Jlaalaea l'ay, Makcr.i,
"Mnhukona, Kanalhae, Lnupdiothoo and llllo.
lteturnlng mill touch at all the above potti, arriving
at Honolulu each bunday a. x.
BIT 2a C'rrtllt nr l'annge Jfonry, -w
Ve positively refnic to open accounts for PaMagei,
nnd we particularly call tho attention of the traveling
public to the necmlly of having llnggarc and Freight
plainly marked; the bteainer will not bo re.ponslblc
Joranynnmnrked Il.iggage, or for Freight or i'arccle,
Freight Money So on Demand.
In all caret of frrlght forpaitlca not rerponalble, or
nnknonn, tho freight money will be required In advance
(Al'HAUEM orl.KlUOIIN null WlXtS ML'N.
II K 1'I.AIXI.Y .HAItKI-.l)
For the party whom they are for, or plainly rtated In tho
receipt to whom tbey ar consigned.
All demanda for damage or losa ninet be made within
In no war liable for lo? a or accident to Hie stock.
Hack Drivers. Boys, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, until after the
patsengcra have been landed.
873 WILDEIt & CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
2L"MA!OL O," 2
Will tall from Honolulu to llllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Forts on the return trip.
For Freight or I'aisage, apply to the Captain on board,
I IM or A. FItANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FKA1VK COOKE,
AOENTFORTHE FOLLOWING COASTKHS:
Wnilele, g Malolo
Wnioli. jnk JnUa
Vaiohn, (ftVl 'Watmala,
Gen, SleftclaStJjaaea Kalnna,
FLAG Ksd with Whllo Ba'l. Olllce-Corner of Qneen
tct. and Nuuanu Streeta. 1
CHAS. BBEWEB & COS
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
eSr tiii: inn m:
t?V dispatched from lloiton for Honolulu on or
Ths lit day of Jioremlep next.
Fersoua wishing to order goods shipped by thla vessel
thonld mall orders on or before September S6lh. For
further particulars apply to
Kl Urn C. DIIKWEH & 00.
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
Merchandise received Stornnc I'r.
beralcath adancea made on shipments by tills
TNi ly U. IlKKWElt .t tu.
flMIK UNWEnSIONED HAVING
X Just added to bis Merchant Street Establishment a
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
la now prepared to attend lo all wo k entrusted to
blm with promptness and in tba
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Certificates of Stock, .
Letter, Nolo, Statement or Dill Heads,
Contract, Iiuiliteia or Viniling Cardi,
Urafu, Orden, Kotei, Programme,
Shipping or Mono Receipts, &c., &c.
This tn connection with tho long established Book
ISIndtry, 1'aptr Haling, and
LANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
Enables the undersigned to lay claim to competency In
all departments, as each Ii under the cara of eipcil
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
Will carry a foil line of Papers for eaecnllng Blank!
of all descriptions, or tor special sins or clasa of blank
books. In addition lo lb usual fall sssoilaienl of Com
mercial, LCtl ana uses stationery.
ConaUullr rceii4 at the Fort St. Store,
Fiu Stationery, Hooka, Fane? Good,
Winder A Newtou'a ArtlaU" Material,
UntUrUk'tt Cut Pir PatUroa,
IUj.eu'a Gardes Bwda, V., 4 c
! THOSE VEKY DESIRABLE I
rramttaa kaowp M VlBtA.!"? '
kabna. Htalr occspiw oy . . 7 oBiusiaBar.
Jaataa Hay WslskMM, lK Ta balldlnajs) ava Ust
Ua Uoroartly plt4. wr-rr4. m. otkrwlse la.
troveu lav IB paaaaji oi sn v
5eatr U14 a. UStf lMftl a rtndatll. with a s.
of good rH MsleVaM hearVhy isyuj, wklch aaej
dltloai, aprncoBC4 by kla Ua Wsl haai i
eltloa, ad prnt,oBC4 by
alec a left CaaLaad. ,
fee V-arllOaUif, Iytil4
OFFJm FOR SAI.K
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
jcst itncEivr.n rr.it
" IOLANI," H. Carrols. Mnstor,
IMdsyt from Hremen,
Consisting In part of as follows!
A Lnrgo Assl. of Dry Goods,
SUCH AS I
Knury l'rln( Twrntj-PlTP cw Stjlc.,
Denlma, Ilniwn nml Wltlln CollotK,
Drill, TIckltiRi, Turkey llctl, Ac.,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
ltciipa, Cotmurip, Alivtcna, Itnllan Cloth, nnd
I'rltttoil Sttlrcna, I'ompiilonrn, 1'lnliU,
UliiRlinms, Victtirla Irfiwns, Knlln Htrlwd.
l'ntiey .Strijioil (Irciuilltim,
Wlilto Silk .Ininncpo. Twills, Kcrgoi,
I'opllna, Sntln nml Jlolrc.
lllnck nml Colorid VolvctH,
Ulaclc, Groscraln, l'nncy, Colored nnd Striped,
llticksldni, DlnpmmK Twcrdu, Cords,
StTKca, SlU'iiag, Doeskins, C.ml mores, .tc.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim, 4c.)
Merino nnd Cotton Undereliirtu,
Wliltc Jlosom Shirts, Ac,
Socks nnd HtockltiRs, llnnUkorchlcfit,
A LAHUK INVOICE OF CLOTHING
Kino Mack Cloth Frock Coalu nnd Tnnts,
llnckvMn Sacks, l'nnta nnd Suits,
Kelt, Mobnir, Drill, 1'lnnnrl Sacks nnd I'ants,
Hoys' Shirts nml Cliildrcn's Jnckcts,
Monkey nnd Sailor Jnckcts,
I. It. Conts nnd IieKKitiRs, Carpet Slippers,
Silk nud I. C. Umbrellas nnd rnrnsols,
Fancy nnd Trnvclinc Shawls,
Cotton nnd Turkish Tim els,
Whllo nnd Fancy Qnilts,
Felt Kurs nnd Brussels Carpeting,
ltorso Illankets. While nnd Fancy Dlankcts,
Fnncy Stripid Woolen, two sizes,
Scarlet, (Jrntipe, Whito Woolen, Unnd 4 points,
Threads, Tntu1, Llnstic, Scarfs, Ac,
Snk nud Vchet ltibbons,
Uutlons for Shirts, Conts, l'nnts, Dresses,
PERFDMERY, FLORIDA WATER,
Gcnulno Enu do CoIorho, I.nbin's Exlrncts,
Toilet Soaps, l'hilocome, Hair Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Looking Ulnsses, IMiKS,
I. K. linlls, Harmonicas, Jllnuk llooks,
Albums, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Watches,
Hemp and I. It. 1'ncking, Coal Uaskets,
Extension, Arm, Dining Itoom nnd Parlor
Chairs, Settees, Ac,
Saddles, Calfskins, Girths, Stirrup Leathers,
CRATES OF ASSORTED GROOKERY,
Containing riales, Cups, Teapots, Howls,
Chnmbcrs, It ice Dishes nnd Dakcrs,
Demijohns, It nnd 5 palls ; Sample Dollies,
Vnses nnd Glassware, MnullanudTnmditopo,
JS-ix&eix Mo Rloo Bags
Of nil sized nnd qualities,
Coal Bags, Gunnies, Twinc.liurlnps,
Woolpack nnd Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose,
Sardines, In half and quarter boxes,
H. nnd V. Biscuits, Salt in jars,
Cnstor Oil in Tins, Stenrino Candles, 4, 5 and C,
Matches, Cocoanut Oil, AVash Blue,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, H White Lead,
Whito Zinc Paint,
De Laago Ills nnd Boutclleau Brandy, and
Bum, Gin, St. Paul Beer, Alo nnd Porter,
Port Wine. Sherry, Khino Wino,
Fino and Table Clarets, Champagno,
Dry Hiidseick Monopole, Ch.Farre,
G. II. Mumiu & Co., Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, Ac, Ac.
German and Havana Cigars
Plated Ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea Sots,
Pocket nnd Butcher Knives, Scissors,
bheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, Files,
Spurs, Galvanized Basins, Hoop Iron,
Keg ltivetf, Hammers,
Yellow Metal and Composition Kails,
Babbitt Metn, Sugar Coolers,
Iron Tanks, Cinrihcrs Ac Also,
Portland Cement, " White Bros.,"
Firo Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Terms Liberal. Samples lent Free of Freight
Ordera from the other Irlanda carefully
attended to by
Hate Jnat Received m
Fine Ass't of Wines, Etc.,
Chainpagui-, U17 Hclditelck "Monopole'
Champngnc, Cli. Fnrro Extra Cuvcc, pts & fits
Cliatnpngnc, 0. II. Mumni & Co'a Carlo Blanche
pinla and qu.irls;
CuaniaK'Os U. 11. Mumni Si Co'a Extra Dry,
pints and quarts .
Claret, Chateau Forneys, 65r., qri.
Claret, Chateau Uorse, quarta ;
Claret, Margnurc Superior, quarts ;
Claret, St. Julicii, 70, qunrti.
Rhino Wine, Domdechaney, qt
Rhine Wine, Hochliclmer, quarts.
SPARKIsINO HOCK, plnta ad quarta,
Sparklln;; Moselle, pints and quarts ;
Michigan Chnuipiigiiu, pints nnd quarts;
KlieiiiKold Clianipagne, pints and quarts ;
St. I'aul'a Ale, pinla and quarts ;
Ucmllingor A. Ii. Export llcer, pts and qts ;
A. Muller'a Laur Bier, pints and quarts;
Jeffrey Scotch Alo unit Portor, pts and qts ;
Cognac, De Laage Tils & Co, 3 yrt
Cognac, Boutclleau c Co., four diamond :
Cognac, " " three diamond;
Cognac, " " ono diamond ;
Cognac, Southern Vineyard Proprietor .
Brandy, Ludvocat; ditto, Clieville.
Port. Dry. and Sweot Sherry Wino,
Gin, Key Brand, in bankets and f.ases.
Iluui, iti barrels, etc., etc., cto.
To aals, t law pries fcjr
87 8m b8 lw 11. HACKKELD Co.
AETESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
la cow prepared lo
ruiMiu riucss and brow sahtlji
Mational Tube Works Co's Works,
And to :ok contracts to deliver It la larga nt small
plait uuaa in inisguy. ri .
YotfM to CrMsitoti
I HEREBY XOTIFY ALL PEM.
KONHhavlnn claims ualnst lb XsUUof SUSAN
aTstYMOLtHI, Uta.pl HonoU a. Uctui,
rrissai ta aaue, amy veriasa
ha Coast atonal. HouoluM. I
tail date or ihsy will b fossvy barred
Kiacutee will oi Mrs. 6M
awaawsMsi, awyt aa, tsast.
The teachers and pupils of all Public as well as
Private Schools, are hereby notl&ed that n plaeo lias
been set apart for them In the programme of the pro
cession to be formed for the reception of Ills .Majesty
the King on his arrival from abroad,
The teachers and pupils of all public schools are ex
pected to assemble on both sides of King Htrcet, near
l'oft Street, on Monday the 31st of Oct, Inst, aa soon as
the signal of Hirer guns, (lied from the battery on
Punch Howl Hill, shall have been given. And It la
hoped that as many aa possible of the private Mchnnls
of the City, will also be present to take part In tho pro
cession on the occasion In question,
tlatinere, mottoes, evergreens, flowers, and other
dicorallnns, will be tn order
1st. Teachers nnd pupils of 0.hti College,
9nd. " " Kinnlhfiii Hemlnary,
8'd. " " " lllsliop-sColIegoHchool,
Mh. ' " .Miss Ajlell'a "
6ih. ' i" ,ll other private "
Hi. " " " " l'ohukalna (llrl "
HU. " " ' Kntt Street "
Vth. Kahehnnt '
t'lth. " " " ID Common '
lllh. " Itrliirmatury "
All tho arrangements will be nndcr the direction of
Capt. ,. Jf. Tripp and linn, J, H. Kawalnul, Oram!
.Marshals of the diy. W. JAS. SMITH,
Kdncatlnn OHIco I School Agent of Honolulu.
Oct. IMIi.lSSI. f B70 It-CO St
Nnlo or I.rmes r (Internment limlis.
On Monday November Otli prox., at the front entrance
of Alllolanl Hale, at 1 J o'clock noon, v, III bo sold at
I'nbllc Auction, the I.rnsc or I.nl Tin, R3, on lliu
I nplniiiiilp, Honolulu, with this eondlttimi
The lessor to erect within one year from date of lease,
a substantial fire-proof brick or stone building costing
not less than $C,OW, which ho Is tn keep In repair and
revert to tho Uotcrnmeut at tho explrntlon of the lease.
Terms, lease S3 years, upset prlco $30U per annnran,
payable semi-annually In advance.
And Iiinc of litx Sun, 73 nnd 7 on the)
Terms, lease 10 years, upset price JIM each lot, pay.
able semi-annually In ndvance,
II. A. P, CAKTEli,
.Minister of Interior.
Depl. of Interior, Honolulu Oct. Till, 1831. 53 St
Licenses Expiring in October, 1881.
1 You Kec & Oi, Nuunnii at, Honolnln
I Wong Leung A Co, Xuuniiu st,
I C. S. Wo Chong, Nuuonn tt, "
A A. W. Hash, Tort st, '
B Tonglllng, Nnunim st,
C Kwonc Lee Yong ,t Co, Mnnnakca st, "
G Sun Kum Lung ,V Co, Hotel ft, "
6 ltroglle. Spear A Co, Fort st,
G I.au Ki. cor. Mnunakea J; Dcrctanta ttf, "
6 Wong I.am, Hotel st, "
II Hen Wo. Mutianii st, "
9 Wilder A. Co, cor. l'ort ,fc Qneen sts, "
10 B. IIolTman, )lrrclmnlst, "
10 K. o. Hall A Son, cur. Fort ,t King sts, "
10 Itang Lung Kee A Co, lintel st, "
It (I. Alo, cor. Itlchard and Jlcrchnnt sl, "
13 Hugh Mnckay, (Jnccn st, "
II A. L. Smith. Fort st, '
IS Van Hee & Sue llee, King st, "
18 J. T. .V II. Waterlionsc. King st, "
VJ lino Voo ft Co. cor. Nuuiinn King sts, "
1 M. S. l'erelra, Nnuniiii st. "
SI Hop Jan it Co, Nunanu st, "
21 Ah Chow, Llliha st, "
S3 M Phillips A Co, Knnhnmann at, "
S3 J. T. Waterhmise, Kott st, "
Tong Kim, Nnuann st, '
1TJ J. T. II. Waterhnnae, Qneen st, "
SO Peter Fernandez, King st, Kapalama, "
3t Nip Sou, School st, "
31 Frank Autone, Nunann st,
1 Hitchcock & Co, rapaiknu, llllo,
1 J. 11. Mills, Honoknu, Haninkna,
1 L. Tnrncr, Walohlnu, Kau,
1 A. S. Cleguorn & Co, l'unaluu, Kau,
1 It. Hycroft, l'obolkl, Puna,
4 -Mrs. Uavls, Walmea, S. Kohala,
6 Tho. speneir, Hilo,
U Chun Hoy, llllo.
ir Wong Qui. Honomakan, N. Kohala,
21 C. W. Ab Wnh & Co, Paliala, Kau,
M Man Wo, Kapaau. N. Kohala,
0 Kit Chong Sing, Onomca Plantation, llllo,
IS Kim Fan Chong. Pala, llninnkuapoko,
18 Antonc Fernandez, Makawao,
III Cee Hop, Kahnlnl.
't Lum Lang Kee, Wnilnku,
SA Aiuna, Lahalna.
30 Oee Lang, Wulkapn,
ST Apan, Koloa,
1 Holies & Co, Qneen st, Honolulu,
6 wilder A Co, cor. Fort and Queen sts, Honolnln,
10 h. O. Hall ft Son, cor. Fort and King sts, Honolnln,
23 C. Afong, Nuuanu st, Honolnln,
S3 Jas. Olds, cor. Nuitanu and Hstel ste,
0 Drown ft Co, Merchant st,
5 T.W.Everett, Maul,
a J. II. Hare, Maul,
1 Oln Pan, Kaloplhl.N. Kohala, Hawaii,
1 A)tna. Paliaun. Kohala, Hawaii.
1 Man Wn, Kapaau, Kohala, Hawaii.
It Akana ft Ahoe, Honokan, Ilamakua, Hawaii,
l.t Lane Fat. Wnilnku, Maul.
18 W. It. Prescolt, Valluy Home, Nunanii at, Oahn.
VJ Kanaknmu. Halawa, U. Kohala, Hawaii.
S3 Alio ft Akina, Honokaa, llainakna, Hawaii.
SA Lcn Illng ft Co, Halawa, '. Kohala, Hawaii.
S7 Aklna, Kaneohc, Oalm.
ffl Ah Quay, llllo, Hawaii,
1 Chas. Notley, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Id L. Aseu ft Co. Makapala, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
18 Jas. Woods, Kohala, Hawaii.
13 Ja. Woods. Kohala. Hawaii
SJ O. Wullrr, King st, Honolulu, Oabu.
1 U. Waller, cor. Hotel ft Union sts, Honolnln, Oahu.
1 ChlngJIeen roil, Hotel it, Honolulu, Oalm,
I Pang Yau, Hotel st. Honolnln, Oahu.
1 Tang Tart Yong, Fort at, Honolulu. Oahu.
1 June; Pharl, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahu,
1 Ah Loy, Makawao, Maui.
1 I.eong Fong Wa, Makawao, Maul.
! C. K. Llong, Xnnlili'i. Kau, Hawaii.
SO Nlng Yie Kee ft Co, Hotel tt, Honolulu, Oahu.
1 E. Hoffmann, Merchant tt, Honolulu, Oahn.
1 James Dodd, Fort at, Honolulu, Oabu.
t W. 8. Flynn, Kona Oahu
U 0. P. Wilder,
H H. U.-Wilder, " "
n d. r. t eary.
1 Uto. Kallat, Honolulu,
1 (i. Nakapuahl, llllo.
13 Kanakanul, Honolulu,
IS Sam Kumukahl, Honolnln,
18 Samuel, llonoluln,
V7 Lnhllea, Honolulu,
TO I1C FOHMED
i oki hi; reception
Ills Majssty'a Carriage.
Carriage for Suite.
Mechanics' Bcncnt Union.
Ancient Order of Foretlcra,
Knlghte of Jerusalem,
Voting. Men's Christian Association of Kaauukapill
Delegates of the Other Islands.
The dlrTercnt llodles will be placed along Fort Street)
each Society form I ox en both sides.
Justaaswuias Ills Msleslr the Kins enter bis Car.
rlase, the Military will 'win Immediately In the front.
When lbs Procession uovn, the Vodle will fall la
rut; user bsblod lut Carrlagu barlag His Majcsjy.
14T Tbe wbola Procei.lon will b eullrely aader tk
direction of ibe Uraad Marshals
Tba hlenal fJr aasumbllair will ba this Fans Srd
from taa Mmw tm raacbUvL TWa Waul will b
adaso..nasta4UaBscrcivs3rtajrlL Till Is la
lb FrocMalaa, will iiimsjiIi aa aota a paatUte after
Wm ? ffii
VI 111 Ml
HIS MAJESTY Tl H
SB vaafl vi in mjv7 ri.i a niswy, ariaa
lb.Nl,kl.le.icislfwillbk14lka ait dav.al
ftraXem..m. t ThediiiKi4 ui
VMS tMtats 4i 'Uttch iT
J. V. KAWAlML't. 1
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OOrOHKIl 22, 1881.
All advertisements for the San'Mur I'ntM must be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can lie guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged J months.
THOU. (I, TIIIlUM. Manager.
Tim abort "poll of "trmlert" wo havo liml wnn
Tiir. yacht H'rtiirferer linn cono to llnwnil, Imt
will return to Honolulu,
A Tkupeiiimcb meeting will he held nttlio Ly
ceum next Mnndny evenitiK.
W'c jiulillsli n lnro nuiouut of Inlenntlinj cor
reniionilencn In lo-ilny'a lenne.
A nustnin of pcopla nro prriiarlnr' to ilccomte
for tho rcecptioii of tho King.
Tiir rpRiilnr mcclliiu of tlio Y. M. C. A. will ho
liclil nt tlio Lyceum next Thurail.ty ovcniui,'.
Sin. Hivrntjirr! of Hilo nrrtved tn town hy tho
t.ikihke last Sunday nml returned on Tuesday,
l)n. Nr-tLnos, pliysiclnu nt tlio leper settlement
nt Knbwnn, Moloknl, linn tcndcretl lil.i resli;imtloii.
Tiir proecedii of tlio Cliincso cliurcli fair on
Thursday nlo,kt of laat week amounted to over
Tint Kinjj h expactod lo return on tho An$lrnlt,t
hut ho may possibly coino on tho U. S. H. Utcka
imnnii. SunscnimosH hao been received at tho l'nnl
olllco for tho payment of clinrKca on leltcrn liold
Wk noticed a oirri.ifjo coming down Fort street
tho other day lulnui n wheel. Anothor collsion
TnE frlendi of the llov. 8. II. Lyman will oolo
brnto hit (joldeu wedding nt llllo on tho Sd of
Tim bnlcony in the front of tlio l'ost-ofllco nenrly
collapsed yesterday, nud had to bo supported by
pillnrn placed bcuenlli.
Kalakaiu badges, Tory neatly and appropriately
desimitd, to bo worn on tho reception of tho King,
nro now offered for salo.
Tun barkentino II'. It. Dlmoiut arrived nt Knhu
lnl, Mnui, on tho 17tli Inst., but no Into papers
hnvo been received in Honolulu from her.
1'nniouT for Snn l'rnncisco Is a Tory scarco nrtl
cin nt tho present time. Tho vchspIs now In port
will do well to get nioru thnn enough for ballast.
The B.-iml did not play at Uiiimn Sqnaro on Sat
urday lait nor nt tho Hawaiian Hotel on Monday
night, being engaged elsewhere on both occasions.
NcAiivr $2,000 w.is raised by tho Chlncso resi
dents of Honolulu tliH week to put up nn nrch
at tlio corner of Fort and King street on tho Klng'n
Kkvchai. lepers havo recently been brought hero
from tho other islands to bo scut to Moloknl. Wo
commend tlioncthlty of tho nuthoritien in this
F. F. I'oktiui, manager of Sprcckels' plantation
nt Sprcckelsville, Mnui, had his right hand blown
off whilo llshing ouo day this week with ginut
A concebt will li givon nt tho Music Hall on
tho evening of Novomber 3rd, In nld of tho fund
for tho organ of St. Andrew's church, which has
The steamer City of Xew York will bo duo from
tho Colonics next Monday, but raiy ;ossibly nrrivo
sooner. It would bo well for Iottor writers to post
their mail oarly.
The progrnramo of tho procession to bo formed
for tho reception of tho King will bo found in an
other column. No p.iinq will bo spared to niaku
tho arrangements perfect..
FaEFAnvnoxs nro being mado for sotting up
poles along King and rortstrcotstosupportstrings
of flags when tho city is decorated to welcome tho
King home from his foreign tour.
"WonKsnar nro engaged in preparing Hotel street
for macadamizing. Most of tlio streets in tho bus
iness part of tho town have been macadamized
this yenr and nro in excellent condition.
The latest thing in tho way of badges is a two
cent postage Btnmp, bearing tho imago of King
Kalaknun, pasted on Blips of colored paper. Tho
inventor and manufacturer is n native.
Rev. W. J. SMiTn nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Cruzan will
leave by the City of Xao York for tho Coast. Mr.
Cruznn will probably return about Christmas, hav
ing accepted a call to tho pastorate of the Fort
The organ for St. Androw'a cathedral arrived
by tho Ceylon from Boston in twenty-soven largo
boxes, and has been stored in tho scuool-hoaso for
the present. Thoy will begin setting it up on tho
7th of November next.
Ik Whitney fc Ilobertson'a show window are
samples of apples of tho Greening variety that
wore grown at Ulupalaknn, Maui. They are nice
looking apples nnd if there nro more of tho kind
where they came from, Honolulu can take care of
tho entire crop.
At Fort Street Church Sunday morning Rev.
J. A. Croznn will preach upon "God with ns the
Bccrct of Viotory." In the evening Ilev. W.J.
Smith, of Snn Francisco, will deliver his last
lecture to young men subject, " Tho young man's
choice, or doos it pay to bo a Christian,"
A rout, test of the alarm bell of tho Firo
Department in the bell tower will be mado this
nf ternoon nt 4 r. m., with n new apparatus. It is
intended to givo it n fair trial beforo sending it
back lo Ban Francisco. If it does not prove satis
factory the now one will bo tried Boon.
A socuii nnion of the Uethel Church and con
gregation was formed in the vestry of the church
Inst Wednesday evening. Mr. f. P. Damon was
President; Mrs. S. M. Damon, Vice-President;
Miss Robertson, Secretary; Mr. A. L. Smith,
Treasurer, There wero nlso appointed Music,
Literary, Refreshment, Visiting and Invitation,
Floral and Children's Sociable Committees.
Followimo is tho programmo for tho Band con
cert at Emma Square at 4.30 r, u. to-day i
March Sharpshooters , Oser
Overture The Oath , Anber
(Jalop Pomono Lenlner
Fantasia Farewell to tho mountains Haaselman
Walti ltcmeinbranre of Thee , Waldtenfet
Selection Jerusalem , Verdi
The Band will give an extra concert nt the Ha
waiian Hotel on Monday evening October 21th,
AaiPOBT has been sent from Honuapo, Kau,
that the liquor basilicas is being carried on on so
large a scale that even on the Sabbath there are
lots of drunken men raising n disturbance In the
quiet community. Tho last news was that a la
boring man had been assaulted and so rough I v
used that he lost an ear and almost lost his sTghf.
The man who committed tbe assault keeps soda
water of a spirituous kind. The Sberilf could
have sufficient evidence for arresting the parties if
ho attended to his business, but now it seems tho
matter is dropped ss la always the case. We would
strongly suggest that the authorities maka en
quiries into ths subjeet to prevout farther cases of
Rzuoious Bistices. Last Sunday was ap
pointed soma lime ago by tba Sunday School
Union of Loudon as a day of special prayer for
Sunday Schools, and ths appointment was seconded
the world over. Ministers were requested alto to
preach on the subject. Rev, J. A. Cruian at Fort
Street Church and Rev. W, J, Smith at tbs Bethel
preached appropriate sermons, and at tbs Utter
church Father Damon also addressed theoongie-
fatlon. A Union I'ralaa Service of tba Bethel and
ort Street Church Sabbath Schools was hald at
tho latter church In lbs afternoon, and tba large
gatbeiingof young folkj and their friends waa
addressed by II. A. Parmalse, Superintendent of
tbs Bethel Sunday Rchuo), after which a very in
teresting programme) of addresses, Mayers and
songs was carried out successfully,1 Ths evvnlng
nerv ces at Fort Street Church wars conducted by
Rev. W. J. Bmlth. '
Ok Tcbsd.it last at St. Andrew' Cathedral Mis
Henrietta Willis, sister of tut Bishop of Honolu
lu was married to tbs Rev. Richard Walnrlght
who is In charge of a rals-lon at Kan, Kauai.
Tbe bride waa ulvea way by U.H.-I.' Cosamie
ionnr,Mjor(,Wodetume, ud altmdsdtr sight
bridss.rnaids,!uanselyi His May MeVryde, Mim
Ul.i Ulna TV. Tut luflk-. --.-. Ul.... ff.
and slyi sWj, M4aM Ma, mu. Aj Wodi
Vob HM isWslsl-s a guniiMW, Tk (wriest
Wsif Msisl W Mst
1 i4 ." t. MaStUra!
ibrU4 aroosa rsoaivsd
vrera dj m imv.
Af tsr tft aanaoay MmmU4 ttraota
Ik Holy CmbbiuUob, Tk rfaw wa ktMl
Tb Bsarest frow tmgi-4 " was pkywt sw
mwm aWaa WW PP snyVS- f WWW0 WtiWWwwWm W WWW s-"
and "Mendelsohn's Wedding rearaH" as they
lett. After the ceremony wns over A reception
was held nt the llihops residence in Nnuann
valley which was attended by n lnree party of
frlendi. llefreshinents were provided in tho
SiOhiKil-room which wn nicely decorated. At llvo
o'clock tlio happy pair sailed for Knpaa In Ilia
steamer V, It. lli$hon.
Hit, V. J. Sjiitii lectured at Fort Street Church
on Thursday evening lo n Urge number of people,
hnvlngfor tits subject "Aprnmialng young mail,
nnd wnnt buennio of him," He bean 11 by minting
n llttln nlory, A minister mire ndmlriiii; n Sunday
echool nf youn.'i men mid, "Cnu you tell 1110 what
Ii gro-iler than ono of these promising youths be
foro mo?" A Utile ut chin In tho crowd tpoka up
and aattl t " Ves sir I n payin' lino." 'Ilia pro.
mlslitg young man of whom tba leclurcripok? was
Absalom, llm son of David, of whom early tiro
inisoho rend In II Svtnunl, 1 1, ii". a), and of Ills
end, In thulith verso of llio I8II1 Chanter. Com
pnrotho beslnning nnd eloso nf this life nnd you
will ngrco with mo that I hero Is great danger for
young men nnd It It hard to tell what they wilt
cotnu to nt last. How often n bright and glorious
beginning may end In dark despair. Absalom In
his younger years wan pointed onl ns a model nnd
every clrctimntnnco of his llfo wns noticed, but
niter his dentil Ills memory nn far ns imslbln was
put away, that I1I1 dcspicnblo life might not bo re
membered, Ho had constructed n tnngnlnccnt
pillar beneath which ho proposed to sleep nftcr
death that future generations might know him,
Imt his body was buried beneath n neap of stones.
He spoltn of tho tired of such an iiHllttitlun ns tho
Young Mi'ii'n Christian Association, and related
many tncldcnls in which this institution hnd been
producivo of much good. Ho traced tho Ufa of
" tho young man Absolotu " to Its sad cndliir, nnd
pointed out many wnjs In which llio llvoi of ninny
promising young men of to-day might bo warped
from tho path of duly nnd right Into tlio ways of
sin. Hn occasionally introduced nit amusing inci
dent which kept tho nudleiicu inn good nature, nud
nt tho conclusion of his lecture, nBkcd for subscrip
tions toward (ho building fund for thu projected
i.M. O. A. building. Tho sum or !Jl.,0i) would
bo required to build llio hill, nnd of this nmount
?5,IXXi had already been subscribed, jlcforo tho
mooting wusdtamlssod thcro was voltinlirlly sub
scribed to this fund nu addition nf 3,W0, making
the total to ?'J,XJ. Further addition lo tho fund
hnvo been promised since.
Ok Monday evening, Oct. 10th, tho Wnilnku
Lilornry Socioty met nt tho resilience of Mr. Tay
lor. A largo comp my was 1 11 attendance, nnd tho
pruKniiuuio was vnriou nun inicresutig.
Mns. (JiLLm, gold modnlist of tlio San Francisco
School of Design, nnd well-known ns nn nrtlit,
has finished portraits of novoral residents of Wni
lnku, which reflect much credit ujion her nrtistia
nbilily. This lady hns n good nppreciation of tho
island sceiicry, nnd some of her skotchci, oipccinlly
.uuou miuvii in uniiiiKii vnnov, nro I'crioci gems.
RviN la much needed in Kohnln district.
l'AAuniu Mill has started on tho now crop ; thoy
nro grinding cane to save it from drying up.
Kilauea Is nctlvo but no nnioko Is visible from
tho now crater near tho summit of Manna Loa.
Vnnr dry weather in Hninnkun, water being
Rcnrco ovon for drinking purposes so It Is Bald.
Tiiehe havo been Blight nhowers nlong tho Hilo
Const but tlio weather Is very lino, nnd good for
growing cino though rather dry for that newly
The laying of tho railroad track from Mnlin
kona has begun and is going on nicely. One pro
voking mlstako however has been discovered.
Tho Hwitchcs Bent from Germany nro nil IJO-lncli
gaugo, instead of UG-lnch. Thoy will probably hnvo
to bo replaced by others from the Const.
Whek tho nowa of tho death of President Gnr
fiold wns roceived nt Hilo, tho American and Ha
waiian lings woro hoisted nt half mast, nnd tho
Americans met nnd appointed n meeting on
Saturday tho 8th inst, nt tlin Foreign Church.
Tho storoi woro closed on thnt day. Tho church,
nt end whero tho pulpit is located, was draped
in mourning. Tho pulpit was covered with black
cloth, and on cither end was n beautiful vnso of
llowers mixed with dark leaves. In front of tho
pulpit wns placed n fino picturo from lifo of tho
Into President, which wns beautifully draped. The
table in front of tho pulpit was nlso draped nnd n
beautiful largo cross of Dowers lay on it. A largo
American ling was suspended from tho ceiling nt
tho back of tho pulpit which wns also draped in
mourning. Thoro wns Homo npproprinto musio
for tho occasion sung. Tho speakcrH wero llov.
Titus Coan, pastor of tho Natlvo Church, nnd
ltov. E. P. Halter pastor of Foreign Church. Tho
remarks of both pastors wero very appropriate,
nnd nt times very nflccling. Thoy deemed to
think it nil for tho best ; that God reigns ; thnt
ho doeth nil things well and thnt behind a frowning
providenco thcro is a smiling fnco ; thnt good
would como from this sad -lispciiHatlon of provi
dence. God grant that such may bo tho cntw.
The Bash Convert's Last Gun-
Enrron SATintDAT. Pbess: This contribution
to your journal expressing with tho others tho
Bush Convert's convictions ns to tho principal of
gospel tcmporaiico, will bo tho last ho will hnvo
tho honor of seeing bo courteously accepted by
you. In tho Ilitlfrtin of Sept. 21st lost, wo notica
this paragraph : "Of 71 arrests in Portland, Mo.,
during tho last week In August, CI wero for drunk
ennoss, nnd yot Portland is tho lnrgost community
in the world nnder tho operation of thorough
going prohibition laws." Again, in anothor placo
wo read : " 70,000 people emigrated from Arkan
sas owing to tho prohibition law in force there."
This goes to prove if these are facts the inoper
ativeness and defectiveness of thoso laws which
interfere tm the one hand with the liberty of law
abiding cltizons. nnd on tho other try to make peo
ple total abstainer.! by forca nnd punishment.
Tho principles which govorn this net of depriving
a man of his wine 01 beer becanue, forsoith, thoro
nro some one foolish enough to abuse thoso vory
nsoful and agreeable beverages, is entirely ignored
when applied to other similarnbuses. This incon
sistency is quite consistent w ith thoso who "strain
nt n gnat nnd swallow a camel ;" who, if they
would be true friends to humanity, " should not
try to deprive a wise man of any advantago to his
health, which tbey seek to restrain from n fool,
that which, being restrained, will bo no hindrance
to their folly." (Milton.)
Tho laws of Moses woro eminently theocratic, yot
no such pretensions or prorogativo was assumed.
Even tho Naznrlto was free to drink wino except
when under the eight days vow of initiation.
" After that the Nazarilo mny drink wine." Num.
C:20. During thoeo eight days " Ho shall scparato
himself from wino nud strong drink snd shall
drink no vinegar of wino or vlnogar of strong
driuk, neither shall ho drink nuy liquor of the
grapes, nor cnt moist grapes or dried, cto." Num.
11:11. I would boro remark that many if not alt
total nbstninerc nssort that tho wino used at tlio
marriage feast on tho occasion of tho conversion
or tne water into wine by deem unrlat was non
intoxicating. I should liko to know since when was
wino not intoxicating, i. r., did not iKvwess nloohol.
If such was the caso, tho namo " wino " would
have been nltored or nnotber word attached
to distinguish its denomination 1 but wo notice
Christ using tho name term, Malt. 0:17. And that
in connection with f crmentntion, He speaks of tho
folly of putting new wino into old bottles, oto.
Why ? Bccauao of tho evolution of carbonlo ncid
Raslnducodtby vinous fermentation, being very
koly to burst the old leather bottles. But mark
thu distinction in Num. CXI used t I' Ho shall scp
arato himself from wluo, neithor shall be drink
any liquor of tlio grans;" oxcept 011 these
and similar occasions. Thcro Is not ono single
injunction in Scripture against tho use of wino;
but there mo many ngaiiut Its nliuso. Thoso quo
tations so often given by tectotalors, Pro. 20:1,
" wine Is n mocker," 3.H0, ' who hath woo, etc."
Hab. 2:13. " Woe unto him that clvcth bis neigh
bor drink, etc.," Tim. 3:3, "Bo not civen to
wine," and like passages, only confirm my last
iiuar-, as tne sequel ouviousiy explains.
Let ns analyze thoto quotations a little. " Wine
Is a roooktr, strong drink Is raging and whoso
ever is deceived thereby is not wise, where Is the
prohibition here T Scripture does not contradict
Itself, 1 not inconsistent nor whimsical. A simple
yet Important fact aa to the inherent qualities of
wine Is stated. Wins Is n mocker' in the same
seuse that cold wUr la a mocker to a thirsty yet
over heated person, or that f rull U a mocker ; both
nro tempting and good, yet w cannot too often
warn the young nnd inoxperlenced especially, that
to Indulge too freely on the former whits the body
is over boated may bring on pleurisy or other
evils, and the too freo indulgence in tbe latter may
bring on colic Wine is n mocker I It is very
good and tempting; but don't deceive yourself
Into tha notion that yon can Uk any quantity
without Its injuriously affeottng you. Take what
yon otn safoly bear inoro than that will make
yoo drunk. Again" who hath woe, etc," "Tbey
that "tarry long" at tbs wine," Hero the act ii
quauneu, not to inns wuo lurry 10 laae, nut wno
tirry "long " they that go to seek mix wine."
This giving ono's self too much wine. In ths tjoie
senaa that Pad menus in Tit. 1:7 ("not given"
to filthy lucre,") this plying of wino toyonr neigh
bor with an evil intent see the sequel, 'ibis
inordinate love, long tarrying and revelling in
wine, making ono's self drunk, is the abme which
I aoooonted sinful.
Ono can understand from tbs great general nso.
f ulne4 and agreeableness of wine, why should bo
represented tn vintaco with Its win pr aa typi
cal of Ood's bltMlng," Oa thy way, thy brtad
with Joy and drink thy wlo with a merry heart,
for God nam aceapUtb thy work-" Ko-U. U
ooaeU-b-B, jotmlii.a toaUtelhat Ustoalwba
has Ik Ml of Oed i a thaaU 4 usgrsle
f t Mm, mm m no writ ta ala" ftrniat CM
fro whom all bltnlngs tow," 1 UkaaUatU
owlo- to tss-lnd sons popl that wUfulUM
. fn u v iub , . j
m wnw wans www, wwji m w ". "i- in
Hutu w4i doth wily aoawti
titaik mm, u Uw.iW) ttwoMb.
Md vahHs God
by one the pands nro flowing," and learn to enjoy
tha bread of Heaven, Christ, (John G21) thongh It
hocrnmbi from the tnnstcr s tnblo falling, will
know the Irnth, which, ns Iho key of Christ, dolli
niien the door of thy lieirt nnd fling wldorqinrt
tho shutters of tho mind lo the tiillghtenln'grsys
of tho nuiiahtno of joy nml tho breath of the spirit
of glory nnd hope. The Hush Cusvcnr.
Norwcijlans on Hawaii,
Him, Sept. lllh, 1W1,
The labor problem, which Is n matter of so much
'discussion by Iho planters nnd those Interested
with them, evidently has not been solved by tho
Importation of llio Northmen to these Islands, ci
coptno tarns It has demonstrated tlio fact thnt
they rank ltloi tho Chlnntnnn ns a laborer, nnd
morally, nro Inferior to tho natives.
Daring tho last few days wo hnvo been treated
ton special exhibition of tho character of these
people. About nlxty of them refused duly on
1'npalkoti plantation on the filli Inst, Tlio planta
tion nworo out warrants against tl'im nt once for
refusing duly, but lo tho surprise of ecry body
(hoy were not arretted in few unlive officers under
command of our HlierllT ntlempUd to perform tha
net of arrest and wero defied by the moil, who
sworo Ihey would never bo nr rested by nuy Haw
nihil. Their determined atllttido strengthened by
tlio:nndlRiili(il fright of our Sheriff prevented
their being locked up ns tha Inw dlreots. Tlio
contrast between thu treatment of these eoplo
nud of natlvo Hawaiian under liko circumstances
is very riaiked. Httt Iho ioor nntlvo who trans
gresses Ihn law In llllo In llio least wny, and into jail
ho goen without any ceremony, unless it bo lo imt
him in Irons. Tho planters nbont hero nud oilier
residents offered tholr nsslstuucu but It wns de
clined nud fnrthreo days nnd nights Hilo was nt
tho mercy of n lawless band of hammers who only
left their own country, by their own statement, be
causo Ihey wero too Inzy Id oarn their food Ihcre
Ono of their number hnd n warrant Bworo out
against him fornnannlt with n deadly weapon by
one of his own countrymen, nud ho wns allowed to
roam nlwut tho country as ho chose. In Court
Ihey wero Pincynud noisy, came nnd went nnny
whenover they woro so Innllnii!, nlways being snro
of n bright Hinlto nnd plensant word from tho
bond of our pullco department whenever tbey wero
nblo lo find lilm. In Court their first excuse for
refining duty wns thnt Ihey had not been paid for
Inst month's labor on (ho flrtt day of this month,
ntul consequently their contract wan ntnn end;
noiuo thirty of thorn being In debt to tlio planta
tion offered other excuses, bucIi as bad food ; that
they wero obliged to take caro of their own rooms;
th it tholr wives who will not work, wero obliged
iu 1ur1111.11 ineir uwii ioou, etc.
Tho Court decided ngalnst them In each case)
nnd they wero fined and ordered bnck to work.
They treat their conviction nnd fine nn & fnrco
which thoy nro willing lo pay for, taking in con
sideration tho days' liberty they lnid. They have
no respect for Hawaiian law, and nothing but
nuprumo contempt for its officers. This Is but Iho
beginning of troublo with them, nnd all that occurs
heleaflcr must be charged to thoso who hnvo had
tho opportunity, but failed laoice them to res
ticct tho laws of this country. Theso pooplo per
haps, will novcr make good laborers nnd tho
parties who brought them hero must boar the loss
of nn unforlnnato venture, but thev can bo forced
to respect this Government nud its 'laws. Hex.
The Native Frees.
Tho Iter. S. E. Bishop publishes n loiter in both
tho PaeAlna nnd A'iioAiki of last Saturday, in rc
Bponso to tho nrtlclo in tho provlous imuo of tho
former paper, bonded " Truo Repentance," n trans
lation of which appeared In tho Puess of Inst week.
Mr. BIbIiop nays that ho has been prosont nt
nil tha revival meetings rcfored to, nnd Lo utterly
denies thnt nny son of n missionary mndo nso of
bucIi words ni Btated 111 tho article in question
nnd thnt bo believes from his own knowlctlgo, that
it is not truo that tho children of tho missionaries
"hnto" tho Hawaiian people.
The 1'tie Alun rcponla tlio declaration of Hovcrnl
weeks nlnco, that " tho Inostltnnblo right of tho
power of the ballot Is in tho hands of tho natlvo
Hawttiinns," nnd thnt it adviiies "our beloved
countrymen" to bo over jealous of this power.
(Ah, tlio doar pooplo.)
Tho Bnme paper, Bpcaklng of tho threatening
placards that wero found nbont town Inst week,
regards them ns spiteful nud unrensouing, nnd
Hays it would bo well to scud tho writers them
selves to Moloknl.
Under tho beading, "Best to bo United," tho
KuoK-on says: "It 1b a Hubject of regret to. thoso
who deslro tho blessings of independence for Ha
waii noi, to hoar tho mistaken talk of fomo nmong
us tending to tho antagonism of nntlouallticB.
This has becomo common during tbo past few
years, but is more noticeablo nbont election timet,
when moil of intelligence actually nro found toll
ing tho pcoplo that tho foreigners nro tho enomies
of tho Hawaiian nation. And tho nbnsivo speeches
iu this way mado about election times, often hnvo
tho effect of misleading thoso who listen to them.
And tho mischief of nil this is that it lends to stir
up tho King's subjects. They constituto ouo na
tion, nud nlthoagh It is truo it in composed of
people of different complexions, tho Hawaiian
nation is one, under ono flag nnd constitution.
Internal dissensions nnd jealousies nro fnugbt with
bad results in nny country where tbey exist. Unity
nmong Iho people docs more to increase, tho power
nnd prosperity of n nation thnn inoro wealth or
numbers. Unity is tho strongest tio in tho life of a
nation. Therefore thoy who endeavor to crento
enmity between different branchou of tho people,
nro lending us into trouble, iguorautlv iwrhnps.
It is a crime against tho land of their (birth, nn
much so as if a child should put a kmfo into Its
paront's heart. Do not listen to tho advico of
thoso who wonld indnco ns to regnrd ns enemies
tbe foreigners who livo nmong us, nnd who nro
contributing to the prosperity of tho country.
Such ndviscrs aro not lit for lenders, to occupy tho'
honorablo positions of Representatives. Let na.
decide with duo deliberation, weighing well th
lnngnngo and tho acts of those who nddressns. Wa
nro glad to know that there nro many true Hawaii
nns to bo found, who aro not to be influenced by
theso inciters of national antagonisms."
Tho Kleh hns a short editorial strongly con
demning tho incendiary placards that wero posted
in town last week, and recommends its renders to
render every posslblo assistanco to the authorities
for tho dotection of tho authors of such unlawful
and vicious publications.
Thero is n class of inon doing business who
prido themselves on tholr commercial honor. That
ii to any, thoy value their pledged word nbovo any
money. Consideration that cnu bo accorded them,
and it is otton said of thorn thnt " their word U nn
good ns their bond." When n merchant has nt
talned this elevntod position in tho Commercial
world, he can go no higher ; ho can command no
greater respect, ho has secured for hinuolf ths
most cnviablo position to which any man can as
pire How often do wo hear tbe remark, inch a firm
"nro gilt-edgod thoy nro good for nil they ongag
to do," n iu.au, who, having mndo a bad bargain in
buying for instance on a falling market, (or
Belling low on n rising ono,) and peeks tio oxcuses
for tho non-fullDliuont of his contract, but swal
lows his losses with n good graco and pays Ultra
with the last dollar ut bis command, is " a
thoroughbred" nud tbo embodiment of commer
cial honor. Such n man can never be kept down,
for his credit Is unimpeachable, and when hn
desires business favors lie gets thorn, for " be whs
novcr was known to go back on bit word."
Thoro nro, however,! nm norry to say, another
class of business men who never rank any higher
than mere money-makers; Ihtlr sole aim Hnd
object in life is to accumulate riches, nnd if they
happen Ret caught on n poor sale, they resort to
nil kinds of subterfuges und mendacity to avoid
tho fulllllment of their contract, or payment of ait
It Is enough for them that the rnymont Involve
n loss, and putting sslde nil seuse of honor and
manhood, they crawl under tho shadow of their
perjnred word und Ignoro any contract that bait
not their dishonored namo Mgned to It In full, or
the presence of a witness who was cognisant of
Men there nro who condescend to argue, explain,
and lastly, quabblo about legal tecbnlcaliti as.
fairly wallow iu tho tilth of their diahoaaty for th
sake of n few dollars involved in a transaetioa of
their own seeking. There Is nothing cmUaolMjt.
open and above-board with such men. lkrd
Iu promises, which, if not found frultfol to tk4t
proflt, they will 111 them to a moaning tatiniy op
posite to the on previously implied, and etHMkt
over th saving of a few dollars barUrtd for tf
Ssamxr's IltTNtL-lltv R 0 Damon, Chsplais, Mac
I tree t, near the (sailors' Horns, preaching tl II am.
Seats free. Sabbath School bed rt the morulai sstvW.
Prayer meatlnit on Wsdntiday tveniog st t o'chxw
of Fort snd Uertianla atresia. Preaching oa ttusdw.
st It A u tnd 7K r st. sabbath School alio A . """'
..a..Atp":'f.0iT.,,1:l"ul Enjlleh services I R Bv
tba blihop of llonoluln and Uav Tb.a Blackburn. K
wallan ervleet JUv Alex Mackintosh. M, Hal
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Matins. Ltiauv and sermon (Kujllau); 4, Ivtateuf
UUwallan); 7AJ, Evensong sad ttirraoa (lHf5
IIo.ah Oitiiouo Cuuncu-L'nJer the cbuie of K.
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