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( ltilf,lci.d, I will Mil l I'abll .Wcllon,
On Saturday, Oct. 20,
.l IU O'cleirle, Mt,
i rii.rro, ,,r " w .''"
jiMiTnn ji mv nkat wa .''
aiji r. ran to It si a iiiiiiniu
Jntt Irnpottxl V" I!'1. from Hn r'tantlace.
i:. I. AlilJIii Ane'lr.
TH1B X v -xr .
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On Fort Street.
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th
At ti o'clock neio l !!' 1""".
Tlml Vnlunlilu lMrcn or I'nrcnl or
Lnnil, with the Hulhllngs
a. (tenth Of ! ',n '"
A 2-STORY HOUSE
and Out-bulldlor.a are upon "d ,',,'
U V. ADAMS, Auel'r.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
nr orde, ot A. J. CsdwrlgM. K.q., A,'ml",',"i"r j
ih.Kutr.n. iiutro., ilc.tc.i, i win n.r at
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th,
it 1 in., t Sale Ttnom. the Property on Fotl 8l'
KNOWN liS BURROWS' PLANING Mill,
The Buildings, Loose, Mill, Ma
chinery, and Stock In Trade,
eonal.ltni: of a Urge Aeiortment of
DRKSSE1) DXDRKSSED LUMBER
v., tnriv.r naitleulare. amly 10 A. J. Cartwilsht, or
K. V. ADAJIH. Anel'r.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1881,
A IO A. n M multm Bomii,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheeting. Print. Flannel Undershirts,
Hickory filtltta, Undershirts,
Pants Anil Coats. Sock. Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Coverlets and Fancy Good.
A Iiine in rresh Groceries !
Sicks California Potatoes, Crate Onloni,
Sicks Corn, Cases HoBn and Cheewe,
Canon Crnokcra, Cases Medium Broad,
Colls UnnlU Hope, Wrapping Paper, 4c.
ALSO, WITHOUT nESEUVE.
A Retail Stock of Dry Goods,
E.r. ADAMS, Anet'r.
p Block, Fort St.
L NOW OPEN ED
, and w Onllallr Invito the Ptibllo of
Honolulu to Call vnd Exam
' . .' si.3j'i1 1-fmih.ii-Ki.iWirtwirShi l.r lidf Mfn'lli' I ..' kiklfnuV .jy.L . -JuS'.
Tho American UnrU
WUI luronnUkrtlpMnhrur nhnvn port,
2?Hi All M!JLt'fi.lJl: AV.l!t-
I'UIJ SAN Kit A NCI, SCO.
Will Imfl Unlclc liWpatch for iiuovb Tort
I'or frtlolil or p"K PP'T to
n m v mir.wr.u .' , Ajpjni
" ! 0 It "S A N KLlA'iN 0 I SCO.
Tim At nitlTlMII IIAIIk
Tor rreltflit or l'air, appiy m
l,n w fllltKH,KH A, On , Acn
" kou san"f'an"(";isc6.
Thn Fotlt I'eVel itdiVriillne
fjfl IT 11. XG li-'V,
Willhnvn Qnlck DUpntch for nbovo Port.
I'or ttl(!lit or M( "Pl'lr I"
pj TIIKO. II. IIAVir.8, ArhiI
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
For San Francisco.
Tiir. r.i:?ri)ii rrrcAnniiir
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRAKCISCO
On or about Monday Nov. 21.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
tiir MM.r.Nnin htkammiip
On or about Snturdny, Oot. 20th,
Tor rrf'.fl't nJ t'iBo, opiilr I"
Qh II. ItACKl'KM) A tOArriit.
louil lor Nhlpmrui rr Nlramvr rnii now
br (tlorrd, frrr l Clmrite. In llir flrr.prool
Wnrcoll nrnr llin Wtrmnrr Ulinrf.
8tmr Llkdlke will lcorc llonolula rth Turdjr
t 4 r. ., touching t I.nhnlnii, Jllar l!j, MaVcna,
MtliuVon, Kwlhf, l.nupahotlmc unit llll",
KetninhiK wjll tonch at all Itxmbore poitf, ariUIng
at llonolnlu each hunday x.
ar ! t'redli nr naaiiBe Money. -o
Wapoaltlreljrrefaio lo opn aceonnti for raiaa,
anil epartltnWcIMI.o attention of the "cjln
public to the neee.lly or liali. U.caace a KreliiM
plainly marked; the (steamer will' riot Ce reaponMUIe
or any unmarked llasitaKe, or for Fright or l'arccla,
Fraliht Honey Due onDomcnd.
In allcafa of freight forpaitlfa not refponalble. or
unknown, tho ficlRhl money will be requited 111 advance
l-ACKAUUH l I.Kll'WH! "' MVtSKH Sf UN.
Ill: IM.AISI.Y JIAHKKB
For the party hom they are for, or plainly tatcd In the
receipt lo whom they art coualgncil.
All demand for damage or Ion muet le mado within
one mouth. .... . ,
In no way liable for Ion or accident to lhe flock.
nr Hack Urlrcra, lloya, and inch like, will not be
allox ed on board the Steamer ou arrh al, until after the
paocngcr. hare been landed. w,,jI)KK A co.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
MESSTtS "W. II. CllOSBMA &
Drof., wllldltpntthantftclan- re.fcl from New
Yoiktuthlr Port about Sot III. 1'artlca dealrlnE to
(hlpbythla line direct, will need to forward order; by
the Steamer of 23th of Austin, to aature room for their
Ircltht. CASTLi: .t COOhh,
"m 4S AgentDlnllonolnln.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will tall from Honolulu to Hilo direct, and will call at
Intermedlato Torla on tho return trip.
For Freight or ra.e, applyo jh. "mard,
A. PKANK COOKE,
AC1EXTFOKTHE FOLLOWING COASTKItSi
Wailele, &) Mnlolo
Wloll. JEM Julia.
Waiebu, rffjVli "Wuimolu,
Gon. Slecel -,-1 Kavluna,
FLAO Ksd wtth While lull. Omen-Comer of Qneen
tut and Ntiuanu .Street. t
CHAS. BBEWEE & COS
BOSTON LINE0F PACKETS
rjnc tiii: w,,7-1' ,,K
JfK dlepalcbcd from Uoatou for Honolulu on or
The lat day of November next.
Tcriona wlablng loonier rooda .hipped by thla vend
ehnuld mall order, on or befuru beptcmber Will. For
'"oS1"1001"' """yto o.pnF.wcn.t,co.
PLINTERS' LIHEPOR SAN FRANCISCO
jfy O. Brwer Co.-Agnts. t
S? Mercbandlit received Morale t'rco.aIS
and liberal eaib advancei made op " tbr.J.ul,
pc. 78ti ly C. illtEn gKX LU.
For 0 Al o!
Bbls. Columbia River Salmon,
Bbls. Skeena River Salmon,
Larg Had Fish and Fat.
llf bbls Frazer River Salmon,
For F&rrxlly TTe.
Bbls of Naas River Salmon,
right RaJ, Full Wlght.
Bbls. of Plantation Salmon.
r ra v
B. O. MCAMDLBli.
Hoool1.Pt-a. ltl- te
OhTKH FOIl HAUi
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
ji'HT m:rr.ivr.i) run
" IOLANI," H. Carrots, Mnstor,
lililra ftum llifhien,
CornllllnR In part of followat
A Largo Assl. of Dry Goods,
I'miry rrlii!,TnrntyriTfi Xcir .Slylc.i,
Denltna. llrnnn itml Wlillo CollnnK,
Dtlllit, 'I'leklllK", 'liltkoy lied, Ac,
Merinos, black and coloreil.4 qualities
lleppn, CilxmtK", Alwc,in, llnllmi Ctolli, nnd
Printed B.ttleein, l'iinin.limrn, PInMa,
lliiliiim, Vlrtorlit Irftwiiit, Hnlin HtrlH'H,
l'ntioy Hllliod Oroiinilltirn,
Wlillo HIIK .Inptiiem', 'l'nlllH, Heroi,
PnplliiM, Hut In nuil Millie,
lllnck rtiul (.'iilured Vtlvoin,
lllnrk, (Inmurnlii, Fnnry, Colored ntnl Ktrlped,
llitoknklni, Dlngiiimlfl, 'I'wreiln, Conln,
Horui'H, DIli'iliK, Duonkliia, Ciirtnlnii rei, Vo.
A Splendid Aset. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim, 4c.)
Merino mid Cullnii Uiiilcralilrlx,
AVIilte 11.1111111 HhlrU, Ao.,
KookH mid BtuckiiiKa, limidkurclilefit,
A LARUE INVOICE OF CLOTHING
Pino lllnck Clolli Frnok Conln nnd PitiiU,
Hiioknkln HnckH, 1'nnlH nml Hntta,
1VU, Mulinlr, Drill, I'lnnnol tUckannd Pnnta,
IIuvb' yiilrtH nnd fJlilldrcit'H Jnokcta,
ilonkoy nml Mnilor Jncketa,
I, It. C'lmM nnd liontliiRit, C'nrnet Hllnpor,
Hllk nml I. 0. Unilircllng nnd Pnrnnoli,
Fnnoy nnd Trnvellnc Klinwla,
Cittoii nnd Tttrklali Towels,
Whllnniul rmiiy gnllla.
Felt Hum nnd IfruimeU CnriwtliiR,
X3T, VIN IiX.X:iS :
llorso Ill.Anketn. Wlilto nnd Fancy IllnnbcU,
Fnncy Btrlird Wiinlen, two nlzts,
Hotrlel, UrnitKP, Wlillo Woolen, it nnd i palntti,
Tlirenili, Tnpo, Kliutlc, Scnrfn, Ac,
Snknml Vehtt llttilimiM,
lluttoits for SlilrlH, Cmtn, PntitR, DrcwieH,
PERFUMBIIY, FLORIDA WATJ3R,
Uetuilmi Enu do Colono, I.uIiIm'h ExtrnctR,
Toilet Soaps, l'lillccoino, llnlr Oil, Comba,
MirrotH, 1xiklnt; OIiishcs. Plpcn,
I. It. lUlla, lliiriiionlcvH, llliuik J looks,
AlbitnlB, Gold Lenf, Jewelry, Wntclien,
llctnp mid I. It. l'uckliiR, Coal Unakets,
Eitetmioii, Arm, Dining Iloora nnd Pnrlor
Clinlrs, Scttieti, Ac.
Hnddlen, Culfnkina, Glrtlis, Sltrrnp Loatbcrs,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
ContnlnltiR Plnten. Cup, Tenpot9, Uowla,
ClinmbcrH, ltloa DIhIich nnd Bakers,
Dctnijohnn, H nud 5 kMh ', Hmuplo Uotllen,
Vnnca nnd ain.iHwnre,AlnnilnmidTnrri'dltope,
&-VLeseLX' cto Rioo Bags
Of nil Bizoi mid quulltlca,
Conl lines, GttnnleH.Twlne.IlnrliipB,
"V'oolp:ick nnd Twilled KnckiriR, Linen Hose,
Snrdineti, in liftlf nnd nnntler lioior.,
II. nnd r. JllscnltB, .tlt in Jars,
Castor Oil in Tina,t3tetirinoCniidlea,4, SnndO,
Jlntclica, Coconnnt Oil, AVrwh Hluo,
Hubbuck'n Linnrcd Paint Oil, II Whlto
wntto iitnc i-atut.
Do L-inco fits nnd Eoutellean Urnndy, nnd
Hum, Gin, St. Pnnl Ilcor, Alo nnd l'ortor,
Port Wine. Blirrry, ltbino Winu,
Filio nnd Tnblo Cl.irctn. ClinramRno,
Dry HeidM'iok .Monopole, CU. Tnrro,
O. II. Mumru A Co., Sparkling Hock,
Mosclio, Arc, ic.
German and Havana Cigars
PlntedAVnre Spoons, Forks, Croels, Toa Sets,
Pocket nnd Uutchcr Knives, Scissors,
Shtop Slitnrs, Needles, Spoons, Flics,
Spurs, Unhiuiized llasinu, Uoop Iron,
Koa Hlvots, Hammers,
Yellow Metal nud Coinposition Anils,
Pabbitt iletnl, SuRr Coolors.
Iron Tanks, ClnriUers Ao. Also,
Portland Cement, " White Bros.,"
Firo Clay, Ulacksmith Conl, Flro Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Hurrols, Oak Boats, Ac.
Terms Liberal. Samples sent Free of Freight.
Ordera from the other Iilanda carefully
attended to by
SALMON AND CODFISH!
I I I
( SADIE F. CALLER."
Bbls. Pickled Cod Fish,
Bbls. Cod Fish Tongues.
K. P. AIAMS.
JNO. FOWLER 6c CO.
Leeds, Eaglmd. art prpr4 to
-URNI8H PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Stacl Portable Tramways,
With or without Cart and Locomottvti,
8peclallr adapted for Sugar FUaUtloni !
Permanent IUilways. with locomotive and cars,
Traction Engines and Road Locomotives,
Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery,
Portable Encines for all nurnoaes.
Winding Engines for Inclines.
Catalogue with llleatratlnni.' Modtlt. and Photo
graph, r.7 lli abov Plant and Macblntry nay b aetn
at Iho efflcea of lha undenlcntrt.
W. I.. oftE K. Sand
U. W. M AOKAULANE CO.,
51 Agdnla for Jno. Fowler an Co.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
No, 111 Fort Street, above Hold,
THE SKIM OPTHKUOLDE.V HOOT,
By the lilt atramer I hare received a Urge aeaottratnt
ot the late.l Acerictu alyh) of
Boot, Shoes, Tics fc illppars
Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac
LatliM' aad CtUdrac't Vtum lf9ialty,
Mats ana- tfcaaa maia to Or4ar
With Xwlstti pd Dupatcb,
IA8 Hta FKAmt BKRTI.
A Pnipmoil Ame-nilmmtt.
TnArlUUtfliif Ihet'iiinlllMllnitBtaiilnI by III. Ma
Je.ljr Kamchainelm V, on Ihaotli il; of AitRuat A II.,
IMI, aa amended and appinted on tho IJIti day of May
A. I, IHnn, aecortllnir to Ailleln CI hf Ida Cnnttll ntloll.
That ArtleUMof Hi Conatlliill'm ta and Ilia tame
la hereby antfndtd ao at In read aa follow at
"lleellnnf.il, Tha llpiinlatl fhall reeelre for
Ihelr ar,lre Acnmpriiialiiin In lie aicmtalnrdhy lair,
and paid nut of tho Public Treamiyi but no Ineiraai) of
compentatlon ahull tike, (fleet limine Hie year In whlth
It atiall liar been md and no laie ahall In pa.nl
Increaatng lite contptnaallim of raid llfptoientatlrra
beyond the linn of l'lro liundicd Dollata for each
I heieby certify the foregolne; lit 11 paa.ed lla Ihlld
teailliifln the l.etlalar Aaiembly (if the Hawaiian
Manila oil the. Vtli day nMuly A I). IrM).
JAMKII M WONHA1IIIAT,
R7T HI Sin Hicirtary,
To Article 01 of tlin Cniiatltntlnii utanted by Kamcha.
inrba V.on Ilia IWth day of Anitii't A. U, IMI In accord,
ancn wllli Artlclo rt ) tf aald L'oii.tltullun
Heellon I. That Arlltln III of tho Uonttlltillnn cianted
by Ilia .Mnjealy KaiiiCliamcha V. on the SOtli day of All
gmt IMI ha and the aame la hereby aiiirndrd In accor
dance nltli Article ft) of aald Cmlllllllnn, by atrlkln
out lit wntila "fire bundled" and by atitnlltcitlnjt there.
furo the word. " two tlinii.aiid " and by alllklnR out Hi"
wonla " tiro liiittdted and Ally ' and liibitllnlliiK there,
fur the wnnla "unu thotlaaud" ao that tho Article
ahall read aa follnwa.
" Article 01. Nn pcraon ahall bo eligible for a Itepre
aentatlrnuf the people, who la Inaant ot an Idiot) nor
utilcaa lie bo a mAleaiibJeclof the Kingdom, who ahall
have attired at tho full age of twenty-one year), who
ahall know how lo read and writ', who ahall iinderatnnd
account!, and ahall ham linen domiciled In the King
duni fur at Itaat three yeaia, thulaat of which ahall bo
the year Immediately preceding Ida election and who
ahall own leal oitftla wlllitn the Kingdom of a clear
valuaurtr anduboreall Ir.ciimbrancca of at leaat two
thiiurand dollara, or who ahall have an annual Income
ii f at leaat una thouianil dollara, derived from any
property or aoine lawful employment."
I hereby certify that the fotcgolni; Hill paaaed lla
filrd reading In the I.ncl.lnllm Ai.embly of Iho lla
wallau Iilaiidaon the Dill day of Atiguat A. 0. ItHI.
JAMKH JI. .MONHA1IIIAT,
Bnlnorl.enMor GnTeirrimont Iiainda,
ON WKDNKHHAV, NOVE1I1IKH IWtii 1o8I, at the
front riittaiice of Alllolanl lfalu at 13 o'clock noon, will
br anld at l'ublle Auction, tho l.-n-ea ot the following
lande.aepnrately forteiiyeare,altimtrd In WAIAIIUM'-i
Dlatrlct of KOOI.AUI'OKO, laland of OAHUt
ll. That tract of land belonging lo the Hawaiian
(lovernmcnl known aa Al'UII, containing
ainl-UAA-lll, f.'ontalnlng Wi70-lfl) Acrea.
tlril atlfAlllltlinU " 7 r.'-1' "
4tll-.IUIMI)l'AI.I. " J-I-1IO . "
nill-l4l!l'AI"Al;l.AU," 17-1IJ0 "
(llll N A 14 AM 11.11 A, ' r,9ll-ll)
7ltl-IMt.lll,a.tlAI, " l-'Sltl-ltO "
Plana of the above may can be aeen and other In fur
motion obtained at the Land Ofllce of thla Uepailtnent.
II. A. V. C'AltTEIt,
Mlnistor of the Interior.
Depai't of Interior, llonolnlu SMh Oct., 5891 01
Licenses Expiring in November, 1881.
1 F Him, Hotel al, Honolulu
1 Ah Kol, Mauiinki-A at, "
2 Jntiii ltobello, cor .Nlinnnu and Hotel ala, "
B II rlecclken A Co, Nuuanu it, "
A Mlellla, Fort at, "
S T tl Thrum, Merchant tt, "
r O .ifnng, Nutianti at. "
8 Conchce & Ahnng, lort it, "
8 Pe Nan Tong A Oo, Hotel t, , "
H Hop Ylck A Co, cor Nnuanii and King ata, "
'J Oeo Wo Chung A. Co, Ktng at, "
10 Mam Shin, Nnuantt t, ' "
It Win M Wenner, Fottat, "
11 Chan; Hay, Nuuauu at, "
It O Acliong. Hotel at. "
12 I. Ciipetiliagen, uuanu at,
13 Holir.ler .t Uu. Nuuanu at.
1.1 Tho. (1 Thrui.l, Fort at,
IS Worn; Chti, Kmtna it,
15 C O licrger. cor Fort and Queen at,
1. do J.noa. mui; ct.
18 I) 1'io, KliiR at,
M Ho Ping
Ml Clian Mn
2 LViong. Hotel at.
IS Cttin Kcc, Ulikolico.
151 Ton Kim. Kujaia at, j ' ,
wkiiieti a auiuf nMii vana at, .,o, .a
1 Chun Man l'oon & Yett Chap Why, Honuapo, Kau,
1 On Chonjr, '
1 O V Alona, Papalkou, Hilo,
4 (Juong I.cong, ."'aalehu, Kan,
r, Cliuni; I'-ii .V Co, Punulun, Kail,
CAS Cleghorn;llookon.i, Kona.
V2 Akal. Papa, t-nntli Koua,
I Will King lice. Pitlionua, Hilo.
SO Man Cht-oug, Laupahoclioe, Hilo,
1 Hanp Chong & Co, Pala, Hamakua, '
1 Ah Chong, Wnikipn.
5 Hong Chong, Pala, Hamckua,
7 II A llcen. .Makawau,
VJ Apo, I.ahalnn.
U Ah Hong Chnck Hlng. Pals.
S3 A S Cicglinrn .t Co, Kaunakakal, Molokal,
23 II Uilea, Walluku,
I J D Xeal. Koloa, Kauai,
G Aklnna, Nnwlllnlll,
2-J Apol & Awana, IHeele, Koloa,
1 C Y Alona, Papalkon, Hilo. Hawaii, '
3 C WAwa, Watolilnu. Kail, Hawaii,
4 Chung Kong LlonR.vh'nalcnu, Kau, Hawaii,
8 itop Ylck .t (,'o, cor Suuaiiu and Klnc ati, Honolaln
n Apana llapai, Punahoa. lllln, llawaall,
15 Achce, HullumV Hall, Ilblinlulii,
tit Ah Hong A Chuck Hint;. Pala, Mukawao, Maui,
j Ah Chang, WalUnpu, Maul.
I Jamea Dodd, Pantheon Haloon, Honolulu,
8 W Llabman, Itoyal Hotel,
10 Wine Wo Tal & Co, Nuuanu at, Honolulu,
15 Lou-Joy Co, Merchant it, "
J Alona & C K Kapulc, Pala, Makawao, Maul,
1 I.l Hal, Makawao. Maul,
10 Pam Slug, Kancoho, Knotaupoko, Oalnr,
23 Chun J-o, Lahalna, Maul.
15 S P Kc awn, Waimea, Kauai,
21 J U Havekoat, Maul,
ii r can.
n 11 MeKlhbln. Oneen at. Honolriln.
6 Aklonu, :xawlliwiii. Kauiu,
su u u wctinore, unu, inni.
J W O Irwin & Co, car F lamd Uect 8t, Honolulu,
3 J T li.Walcihouic, Oajiaat at, '
7 do do aKaa,
5 Concbtvat Afcunt. FotTM. "
I Alona & C KKapula, Pala, Makawao, Maul,
1 Kaoinea. North Kohala, Hawaii,
11 Akin ii Aaeu, Kaloolhl, North Kohala, Hawaii,
11 A Mcllryde, Koloa, Kaujl,
IS Owen J lloiu Nuuanu at, Honolulu
Si V Mhaw. Lahaliu, Maul,
S3 W II Ittcc, Llhue, Kanal.
6 Ah Qui, Honolulu,
81 Alauia, ICooIaiipuko, Oaho. ,
PKIIULIHU, ' ' -i,
Si O Frledlauder, Ktugdoiu,
1 Jai Dodd, Pantheon Saloon, llonolula.
& John Baker, Kona Oaha
8 Kred Carter.
It H II Luce, Jr. " ' "
U C p laukea, " "
13 John Tibbeta. " "
15 It M Whitney, Jr, "
IT J 11 Contv. M
ID W W Uluoud, "
81 N M Damon,
oo u u i
The teacher and pupil of all rublle aa well i
Prlvato School., ar hereby notltcd that a place bat
been act apart for them In lha programme of the pro
ccaalon to be formed for th rcctptlou of III Majeity
the King on his atrtval from, abroad.
Th teacher and pupil of all public achool ar ex
peeled to aaatmble on both aldea of Ring Strct, near
r"ort filrcet, on Monday th 3lit of Oct, lnat. a aeon u
the algnal of three gona, trad front th batt.ry or
puuch Howl Hill, shall have bean given. And ll I
hoped that a many at poitlbWof th private Bchooli
of lb City, will alio ba prcaent to take part la th pro
cualon on tho occailon In a,aatlan,
Vannera, ruottoca, erirgttcni, flowin, and othtr
dicoratloui, wlUbeln Older,
Th following tall) b th order la which the tchool
will be placed i Th lat being nrat to foit Strccti
let. Trachvr and pupil of O.hu College,
int. ' " Kawalhao Banilnarr.
" ni.uop .voiles Bcneo,
" Mlta Aylett'a
All oilier pit rat
" Feet Blrctl
All th rraaiaaU will U ttudw U direction ef
Cape. A.N. Tripp a lea. J. V. aUwalaal, Qua
Martha! of lb. day. W. i ii. a!TII.
Kiucatlu oats I tkaeel Aal of Hoaolala.
Oct. H,1I1. i lt-0
Ml of tea of Mtaj taa)-
glblfiiniii - ttr
VlaJl U,' W. ttl.WW
rublle Anctlnn, Ilia l.ema of lil ., US, on Iho
laptniipxte, Hnnnlnlit, with ltd condition
The leaior In and within one ar from dale of )ae,
a aubalantlal file proof brick or atona building coaling
not lea than $!!.), wldrh ha la to keep n repair and
revert to the (Inrernmenl al Ida ripltatlou of III. leaae
Tanni, leaae fUyeara, npaet ptleel-l"! per annnmn,
l-ayabla atml-aiiiiually In advance
And l.e nr l.ola !, 7.1 Mild 70 nil lliti
Tanni, leaae lOyeata, npeet prlea flfOncli let, pay.
able lemlannnally In advance.
II. A, I' CAItTnit,
.Mlntater of Interior.
Dipt of tnteitor, llonolulil Oct. 7th, llll. M tt
Nntlro In Coiilrniitom nnd Tlnlldera,
Tcnitera ate wanted for building a l'ttli itaiket at
I.ahalna, anJ alio for eiceullng the alirratlona neeaa.
ary In Ilia widening of (Jnani Nlie.t, llunolulii,
Plana and Mpeclllcattona may be aeen, and all oilier
decenary Infdtmallon may be had at tho OlMce of the
flupetlnlendentof Public Woma, on ami after Tneaday,
the lit prni, betwtan the liuura of ID and 13 a. N,, and
Hand I r. u
Healed tender foe either or both of Ilia above wotk
will be receive.! at the Interior Ofllce up till nuoti of
Haturday, the liltli pint.
Honolulu, Oct. SHIh, IMI, 01 lit
SATU1. DAY PRESS.
OOTOniill 211, 1881.
All advertlaementa for Ilia hATi-inur I'nria mint bo
aetil In by Friday noon, ffo Inicrtlona fur the current
lamie ran be t'liaranteed when aent In later.
Advetlltei will inatk the number of Inirrtlonade.
alied, from which dote they rhatge. Any nut ao marked
will be charged & motilha.
TIIOH. 0. TIIIIUM, .Manager.
NOTES Ol1 THE WEEK.
Tnr balcony In front of Ilia lW-oflko Liulldlnpt
In uolnif repnlrrd,
Hilt.tNO vennfli from Honolulu to tlio Coaat nro
Htlll nmkliiK lour- viijiii;ih.
Tim llnu nt tlio United Htntea Con.inlato la nRnln
flyliiK from tlio inant-lioad.
Otiit tlinnkn nro duu for noun favor to Putoer
Plntl of tlio City ef .Vrir Voik:
A TiilAr. nnlnle wnn II rod from tlio new battery nt
tlio foot of Alakca ntreet Inat Tliuroday.
Tnr. dry wnrni wcnllior uolmvo lind Intelypre.
taIIa on nil tlio latnndpi, nnd In Homo places rnln is
The meinbcnof tlio military companies Ijbyo
received tlrelr now nnlforniB which arrived recently
ICaukiua Ar)tiAlmdcfi and faun, nnd Hawaiian
fl-iKfi have bcuti mnnufiictured In Rront number
durinu; tho week.
The bark If. Mr. liy nrriyed from tlio Comt
on Tueadny, brinojiiu: n very niriull mail, and Into
ilallliu for tliu neuu ili-aleu.
Tnr: bnrk Kufalmim Rniiid for tho Coast Inst
Saturday, nnd liko tho Dlteotery on her Inst trip
np, carried nil lady paKnrngern.
Wr hear it stnted that F. P. HnHlltiKS, formerly
V. H. Vino'Cdiiaul nt tills plnco, linn been appoint
ed to it Contulnto in South Africa.
Tiik ltusninn man-of-war Vtttnik sailed last
Monday for Hawaii with Admiral AslambcRoff on
board, Sho la expected to return to-day.
A commtjnicatiom entitled " Tho Facta of the
PrnchtCnso" which wo publish this week, wan
unavoidably crowded nut of our last Issue.
The Ilussian war ship-j Afrika and Plantoun
havo both coaled this wock from tho bark lltvert,
nlonu sido of which thoy anchored in tho stream.
Hev. W. J. Smith, during his vacation In tho
Islnndn delivered twenty-Biz Bormons nnd ad
dresses, nt Honolulu nnrf other places ho visited.
The II. M.S. Australia will bo duo from San
Francisco to-night, but some do not citn'ct her
bcfoio Monday. It la thought that tlio Kin; nnd
suite will nrrivo by her.
It is expected that Archibald Forbes, tho noted
English War Correspondent, nnd tho All England
ISteveii Cricket Club, veil! bo passengers onliio
Tiik Concert In aid of tho fund for tho payment
for tlio new organ for tho St. Andrew's Cathedral,
will bo given at tbo Music Hall next Thursday
evening. Particulars elsewhere.
The Band will not play this afternoon nt Emma
Squaru on account of being engagod nt tho Ilus
bIhii Consul's pirty, given to tho Admiral and
officers of tho Himian men-of-war in port.
Tttr.nn will be a torch-light procession by the
Fire Department accompanied by their engines,
carriages, etc., in the evening after the procession
in tho day tirao in hoi.or of the King's arrival.
It Is reported that Captain Cargill of the Am
Iralta said when in Honolulu on his way to tho
Const, Hint if the King returned with him, he
would arrive in Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a. m. on
Tin: Cfy ofXtie Yoik, which left hero Tuesday
morning last, carried tho largest regular mall that
has ever boon taken from Honolulu, There wero
(1,'jiJ-J letters, of which 7li were regiatered, nud
eight bags of papers.
CniuiNAL business has been unusually slack
this wtek In the Police Court. On Wednesday
there whs no bubiuess, and on Thursday one caso
remanded from last week was discontinued.
We hopo this decrease will continue.
Turnc wero two runaways on Beretanin street
this week and on Monday H.H., It. Keelikohini's
team of upiritcd bnjs ran away on Queen street,
mid ono or two carriages containing ladies nar
rowly escaped being run Into by them.
Tue produce exports from San Francisco to the
Hawaiian Islands for the month of Septemlier
amounted to fHUS.CiUO, nud for tho first nliio months
of the proseut jear, $l,7lH,f00. The total value of
exports from tj.iu Francifcoto nil countries for tho
SAUio period was $HM1H,700.
The sailors from tho ltussian war vessels are, ns
n rule, dtout.
strapping follows, nnd nro very or
ore. Our streets have been full of
dcrlv nil uliore.
tbcm tuis weex, uui tne ponce iiavo nautio trouble
with them. Ono was taken to the Station House
for faat riding and was told that It was against
the law and nllowed to go.
A MtiMnrn of peoplo received papers by the City
ef title York marked "uisaent to Hobart Town.1'
These papers were sent from San Francisco sev
eral mouth ago, but through tho carelesness of
the mail agent or some one else were put into the
wrong mail bag, nnd taken by. Such mistakes are
becoming altogether too frequent.
The Are bell in the tower was tried again last
Saturday, but with no better success than on pre
vious occasions. The now ono will be tested be
fore it is placed In position. Size nnd costliness
are not the only teoulaltou for a good bell. The
Chinese, church belf is the loudest and clearest
sounding bell in Honolulu and can bo heard dis
tinctly where the faintest sound from the tire bell
will not reaoh,
TnuusDit morning some natives in a canoe
fishing oat in the harbor discovered a large
"shovel head" ehutkioueuf them jumped Into the
water nnd aa the shark, frightened by the splash,
dove down, the native straddled his back, and cling
ing on with both band managed to keep his seat
until his companion succeeded in ospturing th
11 beast" nnd hauling it in to the otnin. This
species of shark is not a man-eater bat U esteemed
by th native for eating.
Br late mail we learn that the Bv, Mr. Freer
was In Boston October 1st. Ber, R. W. Logtn and
family, ou account ol hi health, had lfl Ponapo,
July 21, on a smalt schooner for Auckland, where
they arrived October Blh. The physielaaa aay hi
trouble is not la the lungs, and he hope that food
and ret will make him strong enough to under
take the voyage to llonolula and hi horn In the
Stat. A fetter from Dr. Pease. April Stb, repot ta
the mission family on Knsal all will.
ExTixuva preparation at bcjng mad for th
reception of King KsUkaua on bis return from
his tour abroad. Arche sr being erected on
King street near th Falao, at th comer of King
and Fort streets, and on King street near Merchant
in front ot l.uca' plaulug mill, and at in Custou
House. A large proceaslon will receive th King
and escort biiii to th False. W will law
further inwilliti oj th doooratloa (not ytt com
plete) nad lU rvceptkm until after the King'
Tss UrktnUna fU anir i Oat llooday wtU a
Ivrgotcail froeaSAji Fnnaiaaa4 Ii Uw altef
mb th ray JvV- York arrivei fraw .ik
CotoaiM. Tb latter aaii4 mr u vmm a
light oai Tu4y saorniog. Thla arrival a4 akr
paitar of lara feteiga ilt taeaaaa Haw,
M lirni MWUaaBtUW, aaVaaM W
forlka rMaw) awk. oak
4iBUACaaaftlaT fsMsal MAakflAV Bkoajait UU
aaapaaaasaSj Tl''aa" aSaTF SaleraBj aaaaa
,tt Btotiifc,ia8.'At. UaSihssMtiUMi- mL&ima&,&&cJ.f.m!m
A MitTino of Ihe V. M.C. A. wits held at (he
fjycenmnit 'lliurstiajr turning last Hist was fairly
alleiided. The HillMIng Committee tetFjit.d on
wlial had bii naottnuieil tegatdltig the vntiona
(llulliln alien fur III" pMi'Wi-d Unit. On ailb
aetlptlotia, (HyW) nml U M, bricks wrtn t.
iltftl, wllli nnotli'r offer of frV)-lf nil epial
niniiuiil wna atilxwrlbed by r certain other penile
man, Oarjliu to lh ilepnrlurn of Hhllig Chnck the
riilKirleur, l7o)l, frotn Knital. was nociptwl for
llm balaiirnnr the year In III ateml, A Coiiimilu-e
on intlalntt the Coiiallllili'iii to prtnl the aaine
for conalderntliMi nt tho neit nieellng, and a
I Insnce Coiimiltloe were ApiMriUd.
Tiik North Paclfle Mlailon Inalltnln liaa begiin
lis now term of almly wllli Ihlrteati almlerila In
Mletidaiiort nnd four more eiieelil, lloiiplil In
Iw remeinbrieil lhal theee tud!it innlnly np.
tvirt Ihemaalvea while pirxitlng for the mfnlntry,
Their wives nlan nlt In irinlntillillig llifl family,
for most of them are innrtlril, 'Iheatinlenis work
nt anything they can find to do In tho aflernooiii,
rnrKiiler's work, (Ktltilliip, wliltewnalilng, itc,,
etc. Their wives du laundry work or lowing, or
hrnldlug brill, Any of our citizens wlahlng U)
lielri theao deserving ixwipln, will don favor by
aneli nld ns they ran give them In fiirnlabiitg mil
plnyment, 'I lie Inatituto la finely loritltri in the
old iioapltal premleea,Mniid W I'tineliUrirl stieet.
Iti-r. W, J, HiiiTit grtvo his Inst Jlibln rending
aervlro nt Iho ljcum Inst Sunday nlli-ni'xirt
which was well attended, nnd Ills farewell nddri-ni
nt I'nrt Hlrcet Church In the evening which called
togi iher r very full nnilUnci'. Iloth lervlce woro
iircullatly itptillcnbln lo tho llir.ea, nnd the truths
Illustrated woro plainly and forcibly preacntvd.
Several parlies remarked tlm the eoeeiirn of
tlio Afternoon rn'rvlec, but the i'eho"Uwi It Pay"
of tlin evening will long vibrato In Iho oars of llm
largo audience who llatrwd therein, 'I ho apiMkcr
thnnkfd llm community for tint uniform IIihIikhi
which hn had mot with on nil aides thotigii com
ing a iierfect stranger, qiiiI In return mended n
rnrdlnl Invllntlon lo any, when visiting Han 1'raii
clico, to visit the Tnbernnclo Church where they
would bu gladly nclomed.
The fotlowltig pirtluulnrs of the loss of the Ha.
wnllnn brlgniitiriai'formli'rif wo obtain from tho
New Zealand HtruUl of OcUlwr lOlli t " lly tlio nr.
tlval of llm schooner IlilU Ihnnjmi wo learn that
I Iki Hawaiian brlgnntitio Ulormlinl, Captnin
'J'ierney, was wrecked nt JJoiiliam Islands on Au
gust 1st. She reached llierv the afternoon of July
liOtli, nud received the pilot on board, butwnsuu.
able to get Into the inassga there, the tidn nnd
wind being unfavorable. Tho pilot left at 0 r.w,
nnd tho vcsai I sIikkI to era. 'Iho sntnc evening
and all noil dny sho was becalmed. At daylight
tho following morning, August lat, filie drifud
bodily on to the weather rear mid becaum n wreck.
Two wlialeboatri were endoavorlng to tow her
away when she struck. The crew were saved, A
portion of the (.tores was also saved uninjured,
mid somo other goods wero damaged."
Tnr. Oaulh't account of the robbery of V
from Mr. M. J. Hose's safe is wrong In every parti
cnlnr. Mr. Hose had no snfa In hi offlo at
that time, and tho money was taken on Saturday
the IMh.nml not lnat Saturday, A native boy,
David, in the employ of Mr. Hose found in the
desk n low dollars and a security nolo fur (210 for
n prisoner now in Oaiiu prison, and consequently
worthless. Tho native sold tho noto to n China
man, nnd tlio latter presented It to tho bank for
payment. It was taken to Mr. ltoio and the theft
thus became known. Tho Chinaman made n com
plaint at Iho Station House, tho boy was arrested,
nnd thero was recovered from him 11 in money
nnd n now pocket book, ring and silk handker
chief that he had bought. Ho was tried in tlio
Police Court asn "gross cheat" (Mr. Itoso not
prosecuting him for the theft) nnd when tho Ga
zelle news man was writing the words, " no nrrcsts
havo ns yet been innde," the culprit was serving
out n sentence of sixty davit' imprisonment nt
hard labor as fast as he could.
The Young Pcoplo'a Union held their first no
dal meeting lastThursdayevcning nt the residence
of Mrs. E. P. Adams, Knuanu valley. Tho so
ciety is composed chiefly of the young peoplo of
Fort Street and Ilethel churches, mid was organ
ized for tho mimosa of advancing tlio Hochtl nnd
religious clement among tho young folks of Hono
lulu, Tho first pirt of the evening was devoted to
n musical nnd literary entertainment, and mi en
tertaining programme wan carried out to tbo gen
eral ratfsfactioti of all present. There wero nlso
Homo very appropriate mid pointed remarks mado
by Mrs. Cruzan. After tho conclusion of tho pro
gramme n business meeting was held nnd tho fol
lowing were elected ofliccra: President, A. F.
Cookijj Vice-President, Miss Hello Carter; Secre
tary, F. II. Oat j Treasurer, William Dimond. A
voto of thanks was tendered Mrs. E. P. Adams,
thn hostess, for her kindly nssistauco in offering
her residence for tho first meeting of tho Society.
The next sorial meeting of the Union will be held
four weeks hetico ot tho residence Mrs. II. A. P.
Carter, which has been tendered for tho occasion.
Foliowtko Is tho record of Police Ccrt proceed-
ingt for tho weok i Kabau, nsvtult nnd battery on
Loknlin his wife, fined $10, coats 3, mid ordered
to giro a bond in tbo sum of $100, to keep tho
peace toward IioVnlin for ono cnr. Chns. Sprock
ets, Ed. Lynch, John Moran, Kewiopalc, drunken
ness, forfeited $G each. Keliawu, same charge,
fined 910, costs $1. Wankui, driving without
lights, nolle proierfiil entered by prosecution. Ah
Fat, heedless driving, nolle protequi entered by
prosecution. Sam, c, an insane person, committed
to Insane Asylum. Pilipo, inaano person, commit
ted to Iusano Asylum. Ooliana, w,, drunkenness,
forfeited $! bail. Kahnhana, same charge, fined
$C. Kauwele, k., nsiault and battery on Mo!ekn,w
sentenced to twenty day's imprisonment at bard
labor anil to pay If 1 costs. Civil record. U. Gar
rett, Master bnrk Juliml, vs. 1). AnlTaitll, desertion
from ship, nentenct-d to pay ntino of $30 nnd in
default of payment to GO days' imprisonment at
hard labor mid to pay $3 coats. II. Garrett vs.
Charles Emmer, name charge and same sentence.
A. Dryer vs. Ah Fat, c, dcEcrling contract service,
ordered to return to employer, costs ?3. T. It.
Foster & Co. vs. Wnhahoe. dcsertlncr contract
service, ordered to return to employer, costs $3.
Tempeiunce Meetwo. A meeting, opened with
prayer by Mr. W. F. Damon, In support of the
Trmperanco cause, was held last Monday evening
at tho Lyceum, when members of tho different
committees woro called upon to present their
reports. On motion of Dr. Hydo Mr. A. Pratt
wns railed to the chair, who prefaced the meeting
with n hhort opening address, and in speaking
about tho terrible effects which ensued from using
intoxicating beverages on theso Islands naked all,
nnd especially those who had lately becomo. Chris
tiana, to remain steadfast in the faith, which was
the only safeguard against this groat evil. He
lopllecl brielly to the arguments used by the "Bush
Coin ert" and other supportera of the Moderate
Drinking School, who, he said, by their arguments,
would seem to place tbo character of the beautiful
anil puro wine used uy too nncionts on an rxiuat
standard with the abominable decoctions, nnd tbo
modern thousand and one inventud mixtures, sold
under tho name of "wioo nnd spirits" by the
mm-tellers, mid indulged in the present ago by
tho army of moderate drinkers from whoso ranks
nro recruited the drunkards. Speaking of tho
liquor which is sold in these Islands be mentioned
the fearful amount of Adulteration which is prac
ticed, and how tho so-called "doctoring" process
which the drink undergoes before shipment from
other countries adds so much to the percentage of
nlcohol. Brief nddrettea were given by (uveral
gentlenion, ono of whom mentioned the fact that
tbo wine discovered among tho ruin of Pompeii
wns found to bo unfermented nnd not to contain
alcohol. Tho exercises were interspersed with
mnsic, and mention might bo made of Mrs. Han
ford's line singing of Clarlbel's popular English
ballad "Cleansing Fin-," which was received with
much applause. Altogether n most agreeable nnd
happy evening was passed, and we shall look for-
waru to a iiciiurui jvjivmwum hi auuiutr unco.
H. I. II. M. S. Arlka, tho flagship of Admiral
AslambegofT, arrived in port last Saturday morn
ing ten days from San Francisco ; the I'IuiIohh ar
rived on Sunday and the IVjtm'l on Monday.
The Arlla Is an Iron vessel, and wa built on the
Delaware river in 1879, and left for Cronstadt In
1679. )Ir engine are of 1U0 borue-povrer and her
regUter is iflSi ton. She haa on boatd twnty-lx
officers, nlso a band of twen.y.Qve muIclaus, and
three hundred men in the crew. She carries twelve
gon and two torpedo gun nnd also a perfect appa
ratus for tlectrle light. The clipper PWoioi and
IVit.iit- carry each seven guns and a crew of 170
men. Following is a list of iheoMasraof lb three
lUut. and iMwwirr-Hctmltj.
iulna.4-Taraeoir, Jtoadnlla, Navtkavtky, Tv
Chief XatlgatUj iMker-Egariniu.
Ant. .VailgaUnt QJIcer Ttuiofaar.ky,
(.'Alt i'ii;Inr bcor.lkal(.
Hji-LUultnanU-UUtth. Borao. Zilu, Icraacccriky,
ViRicradoa. Farlo'. Haronotf. (Jou..
fltif Ailwrat Lieut, r ltd. ill, Koadlay, Ollian.
!uaiir4-Diicoukit, Mtklachcwiky. fethldiowtky.
tAI .VutlyaHsy tyt.-ir Cfnvllea.
intl ' ' TretKU.w,
3nj " " ttratufii,ttcJt.
CKUf Snjliter Jcobouw .
.trtt'ifry Q&xr Lcrow.
i.,ro8i;ilnoif. , ,
ii-t.UuUna'Jirtuei fostUtbu, Tmal. U
saU, rlrtlcw. raall.
Ml.,,. J, KMWIMIM
Mi Ion lav.
rat- Ma ! V w J
WWfm I jrTVm-aadaBVa !&-
' cm- "'
Niulii, the Mtar mill, the Union mill am) Hind's
In Kohala nt all allll grinding.
Tnr road In North Kohala are Hie finit ml th
laland, and ate still being linprovid.
Tnr. Wnlme.i plain nnd hill, gc.rrnllyrV) green,
are now parched nnd brown, nnd the ttream at
rry low, ,
Ama mucli trouble nnd wvtk Mr. R. A, McDuffe
of HonoVaa lis mule AMsffMof p,r;ilng alfalfa,
'llm rH nttackial Itntnl for awvernl inuntfa It
aeemeil a If limy wonlil deatroy II entirely, but
now I growing nnd spreading over th ground 111
n manlier g'xid to see.
It Is mrnored Hint woik I nlront lo I corn,
nienced again on Kawcla, Ihe abandoned IJelle-y
ptsnlalloti, near ilrmoksa, JMtuskiia.
A tlUi of fifteen acre of Cha. NotlsyV cane
In IlAtiiaVna diattlct vrn tecmlly buiti"), bit
a thny Are grinding ilutie tiol much loss will be
Tiik weAther In Haniskna I still very dry nnd a
great donl of llm cane 1 Injured beyond recovery)
much of It liss scarcely grown any dating the laai
four or five months.
Tiik centre of Iho liquor biielne-ai has (noted
from Wat ilo fi Wnlmaliu valley, and sevarat of
the principal producer Widuaersof the former
region have sworn olT.
Hamakua district Wmy dry, nnd narlheay
csne field oro somewhat daiiisceil, 'lhegoll,n
nro nil dry nnd nnlmsl are sulfeilng for water
from ono end of the diattlct to tlio other,
The roads In linruakut incepting that known a
Mud r.-ina are In Letter condition than they hav
In -n for jtira, so that "'oplo ntei beginning lo
think that even it curt-road Is one of the pusMblll
Ilia of tlio 'ulurc,
J,. J, liter irr.f. of Kukulhsele, Iia tminet Boulli
Ken Inland r llm t can do twice ns much wotk as
either Nat res or Chinese. 'I hi only danger Is
that thoy wilt learn the ways of tho country ami
nutk with more modemtlon.
Maiiukoiu Iti'Msi "It is Juitnyear ago this
evening" Aald Mr. Wilder Ion g"titlmri at Ma
hulionn tho other day "slneo I returned from Ko
hala after Interviewing the principal plnnUri In
regard ti Iho pruofie-u railroad, 'I here wns mi
liousx here then In which I could sleep, but the
night was fine nnd I lay on the rocks where you
now see that whatf rtrul planned nearly every
thing hero ns it is to day," .. .I;t ns ee what ha
been ncunipliilml by energy, pluck, iK-iseveranco
end money in that tlmn.,,..AlK;utndon 1illne.f
railroad liavo bre-n graded, crosning sevrrsl deep
gulches Hails have Ixarii brought from Eric-
Innil, switche-i from Germany, mid tits flora the
United States., ..Locomotive nnd cars ate now on
tho way. The rails nro being laid nnd tho road
bed bnllaited rapidly,.., A large waicIioum'. n res
taurant nnd etore, n comfortable liouw, with Iho
rooms, qusrlert for workmen, and a blacksmith's
shoji have been built..., .A boat lioui?, n riiontnul)
stnntial Btruclurn. is uesrly finlahtdand bssfn it
already two largo Ixiatsj it will accommodate two
moru which are building.... .A iwwerful crane has
been erected on Iho lumber wharf and another
will bo up soon on tho fteigbt wharf., ...The land
ing has been wonderfully improved. Tons uwn
tons of rocks have been removed from the channel
by native divers: now nnd very solid wharveit havo
Ikm-zi built and three heavily anchored buoys placed
in position..,. .A large Well-built flat boat or roo
ts now used In landing freight from the l.Utlll.e.
....A lot of other improvementa are being rondo
and contemplated,.. ..Fe-ight and cipre dices
mid n comfortable house for tho superintendent
nnd several other ofllccrs of the railroad nro under
way, mid n wholesale s'.oro, round homo Ac, will
soon follow.,.., A large force of white men and a
number of natives under tho immediate nnd euer-
fctlo direction of Mr. Wilder are engaged in mak
ng these lively changes.. ...The iirtceinn well Is
down nearly Iff) fict, nnd in still moving. The
drillers haro shown lots of plnck and perseverance
as the difficulties met with and overcome have
been both numerous and disheartenlm. It is to
bo hoped they will get water If thero is a bus
ier atxit than this anywhere on the island w
won Id like to know It,
Tho Native Vita.
The Kuokoa ban offered n, prize for the bat writ
ten mticle on the theme ot " Hawaiian Homes,"
nud commenting on tho subject, it says: "How
nlout our Hawaiian Homes nro they becoming
better nnd cleanlier' Yes, some of them have
improved. Not nlouenre tliopoBM-n-lon of wenltb,
a. knowledge of the Englir.li language and fine
clothes, tho requisites of a homo, but above all ore
needed clean hearts, clean persons Hnd clean:
Imbibitions for the family ; for better is a diah of
lnuu only with love, than rich viands on costly
tames wiiu discontent, wo are giaci to notice una
in (tome of tho homes of Honolulu the owners bio
endoavoring to rlfto in the hcalo of household com
forts nnd adornments of civilized life. We ob
serve in their houses the Kuukut prizes, nently
framed nnd hung up; lhnj.ar)or or sitting room
is matted; tho centre tablowilh Its covering, is
provided with books and papers and the room nio
iurnished with chairs, Ac; tho eating room nnd
tbo pantry are separate from the sitting room ;
some doners nre planted in front of the house,
and tho yard is kept cleanly swept p nil tber-e ere
good sigiia of progress, and worthy of imitation
by nil who hne homes. We call upon all cur
readers to exert thcmholves in this line of im
provement, so that such homes may abound
throughout the land. Clean up the old rubbish
of the body nnd of the mind. This is an ace of
progress nud prosperity for all nations, and thero
is no reason uhy Hawaii shall not havo a full
Bhare theicin if not prevented by oar own per
versity." Tho same Journal bad an editorial article last
week ou the bubject of " The Nation," in which it
traced the rise of the Hawaiian people from bar
barism to their pretent condition ot civilization.
In Saturday's Usue it sajs: "The subject of the
present and past decrease of the Hawaiian of tbo
pure blood, is n sad one ; for the decrease is evi
dent enough. But this fact should not lead a to
give up the hope, of saving tbo race, if only prop
er meuHures are uuopuu now anu m we xuiurc.
To alter and amend old habits and alwavi to im
prove that is true growth. Ono of the foremost
among race to-day is tbo Anglo-Saxon; strong,
wise and great, it is always growing ; bat it re
quired centuries for its rlie from a very bumble
condition to tbo exalted rank ft now hotels ; nnd
in its vein now flows tbo blood of the vsriou
nations which have become incoipornted with it,
now one blood nnd ono nation. It ha requirid
the lap;e of centuries for tho growth of the civil
ized nations of the earth, cor did they reach
tho first rank in one or two hundred years. W
who are in our first century should not despair.
Nor let us suppose that a nation emerging ircoa
barbariini can readily rise without throwing oat its)
old habits nnd ideas. Who among the
people of Kamehamebal ever dreamed that the
blood of the foreigner waa to How in the vein of
hi grandchildren? Not one. And a to the
present generation, who know what different
races will mix their blood in tho veins of oar
grandchildren? This constant change that la
going ou within the nation Itself, is favorable to
its life and growth. It is wonderfal nnd lestrno
live to observe, not only in Hawaii nti but also
among all nationa, tbi growing np together of
different race, wberebr a irrsnd Increase is evtmu
ually brought about- The ono groat object that
should he vigllsutly and unitedly sought by our
Government and people 1 purity In the adminis
tration of publlu auairs and purity luroocl
laud so ahall the llawailnn nation crow?'
' throughout th
The l'o iina eayz: " We have board that a cer
tain clergyman ofthi city refuted, when called
upon by the committee, to contribute fur th Kan
innkHptll Church building fund. Ho also advic4
others not to contribute. Thla Is unchrittian ecu
duct," and then the editor Indulges in soruo in
excusable vulgarity, which ho rolatakea for wit.
The EliU of last Wednetdny ha on editorial
headed "Very Sad." which wa translate as fol.
low: "In a newsnarwr publiihcd in New York we
have road some of the uttorancoa of Com mUttoncr
Armstrong when ho wa interviewed rtapecticg
the King's iouruty and the condition of affair in
tbo lalnndi. la on part of hi tcmarks be 14
that during the next titty year the Hawaiian rao
will all be dead, and the nation hav disappear
ed from the face of the eatth. The word gsv
ui a heavy heart. For wa know that Armairorw la
a man ot Intelligence, and, had hoped, a goc4
rvantot cmrKiigt but a wj roid the word
tli thought arose, I it iuoeed true that b m.
teitalnno hop for this people? It wocld
ao, for otherwis he would not have read as of
such anteeltng word, the ntteranc of whieb
iMret. W may be permitted to aak Uow can a
roan support a govern uiont lu w hue pc aUMta M
baa no faith? If th life of tbo nation UaaMB
drears, of what U ar the hoipluUt, th Beaurl ol
Health, th travelling pbyaidui, unitary rol.
. lucae or itranc worui to com from
Government Ofllcer. Vo ar reminded of the oil
tying, "thcwlah Ufathtr totha Uiought." It
on deilte the dsth of auother, he will be spi to
let it oat in word. Out hcowt opinion 1. that
such a roan I annt to hold otllc under the II aw.
alian Boverelgti, for he haa no hope, or dtit, bai
utterly ditcarda the King's earnet tUtre It
Srowlh of the nation. IktUr thai on should
mply think evil ot ua rathar than i rate of our
death I but it Is (till mors bitter when aoctt aacdra
tlou come f iota Iho heart of racn who U bald.
icg oittM under the Klug. and who is tcoreovwf
oneofth falhoM In tha fMlb, who prof gr4
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