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AUCTION" S ALIOS.
" nr E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR GASH SALE
TILTHS IMY, XOVKMIIKH lOlli,
At I" A. ?!., nlNis.es ItitniM,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheetings, Prints, 1 Inline I Undershirts),
Hickory Hhirts, Undershirts,
J'nntrt nml Conts, Hocks, Handkerchiefs,
Hhawls, Coverlets nml Fancy Goods.
A Line in Fresh Groceries !
Hacks California Potatoes, Crntos Onions,
Hacka Corn, Casea Jlnlter nnd CIicfsp,
Ciso Oraokers, Casis Miillum llronil,
Coils Manila Hoie, Wtniipliif; Pnirr, Ac.
K 1' ADAM". Anct'r
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
TUB FAST CMPI'Elt IHlUi
lV .1. n. Sorecke s.
W1U have Qnick Dispatch for the above Port
Tor i"reh,lil, apply to
RV8 r. IV MAOl'AHt.ANI. A CO
Tlio American Jlnrle
.fS3 le ii W..A.lmy
taiXXV&t. I Ui:i:MAX.JInilrr.
Will hive quick dispatch for abovo port.
)77 fl l AST I.i: A t'OOlo:. Agent-
Block, Fort St.
Kl ) 1 1 S A iTKKA N OJ SCO.
MtOWN, M liter.
Will havo Quick Dispatch for abovo Port
I'or freight or passage apply to
877 1 1 C llItKWnit Al'O . Agents
PACIFIC MAIL STEAfflSHIP"C0MPANY.
For San Francisco.
Tin: M'MiMiin hti'-ajiniiii
'lli: AMI.lt. 't.11.MAMIi:it.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Nov. 21.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
rin: Mi'i.r.Mnn srr.AMNiin-
CITY ok NEW YORK
On or aboutSatuvday, Nov. 20th,
For Kre'glit mid rasing?, niu-lj tti
tVWn. 11. HAfUCKlM.D.t ((),, Ast-itlfl.
4iMiiN lor Nliliin'tit icr Mniiiicr run now
hi .Mornl, I'rrr l hiiruc. In Hit l'lrirl
Mnrotiutixr nour I lie Htiitncr Imrl.
IllMJ, t t MArtll'll.
and wo Cordially Invito tlio Public of
Honolulu to Call and I'x.iin
33. 3P. A.33 A.3VQCJS,
Job Printing !
rpiriS UNDr.HSIGJTBD HAVING
X just added to hit Merchant Street Establishment a
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
la now prepared to attend to all work entrusted to J
him ulth promptness and In the
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, Cortificntcs of Stock,
Lottoi, Note, Stiileiiient nr Hill ileada,
Contracts, lliisineBs or Visiting; Curtis,
DraltH, Oulers, KiiIch, I'mgrutmncs,
Shipping or onoy ltucoipts, &o., &c.
This In connection with tlio long established Hook
llliuWry, l'apr Killing, and
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
K liable the under.. j;neil to Iny ctalm to roiiipctiucf' In
nil tU.Jirlmi nt, a cyi under (Uu uite o( cxpvrl
i'lauU furcltfii workmen.
THF. STATIONERY DEL'AllTXKNT
Will carry a fnll lino ur 1'apera for execntlns lllanka
o(allilecrlptliii, nr tor rpittal aire nrt lata uf blank.
biKiaa, In addllluu In thj mnal full aiaurlmtnt of Cum
mutiul, I.ual and Olllce btatlonrrr.
ftenmer l.lkcllke will lenvc llonolnlu each Tuenlar
at 4 r. ., touching nt I nhiittia, Jlmvbcn 1'oy, Makcnn,
tnhnknnu, Kavnlhfli,Liit.pahoehoeand llilo.
ltiliiriiln;; will touch at all the ubuTcpurtr, arriving
at Honolulu inch Sinidnj a. m
cb- So J'rpillt rr I'nnrje Money. -Tfa
Wo poltloly refnac to optn account, for ranvapep,
nnd r nrtlciilar)y tall the attention of the traveling
public lo tlie ni",ialtjr of linvluc llcr;aire and I rilcM
plainly markid; the dtenimrnlll not bo reipinlblc
lor any unmarked lhixRagc, or for (rt-lht or I'urcel?,
unlin ltptrlilvil m.
Freight Money Duo on Domnnd.
In all ca of fnlRht for partita not refponlbIe, or
miknouiifthc f night mone will be ri qui rid In advance
1MIKAJIJS ill I.Ktl'OItH mill MIMA MIJ.S.
iti: i'i.aim.v .itAitici:i
Koetlie pnrtrwhnm they are for.iir plainly stated In the
receipt to whom they art consigned
All dcmtindft for damage or loan mutt be made ulthln
In no way llnble for loja or accident to lhe ptnek.
fjiT" Hack Drlvtri1, Itoyn, und puch like, lll not be
alloned on bojrd Hit hteamer on arrhal, until after thu
paprcngcra haie bun landed.
JS73 WILDEU ,t CO.
Trom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
fcS U A h. O L, O," 3L.
Will nail from Honolulu In Illln direct, and Mill call at
Intcrmidlatc Torta on the return trip.
Tor Trclght or Pa&fagc, apply to the Cni tain on hoard,
1 all or A. I'llAXK COUKK, Agent.
A. PKANK COOKE,
AOUNT I'OUTllE 1 OLLOW1M) COAbTOthr
Wnllolo, & Malolo
Wnioli. Jftk JttUn.
Walclin, mA7 Wnittmlu.
Gnu. Rlpil TififS ?ff f '" i
n,A(l-Hcd with While Hall. Onlco-Corner of Queer,
nun .uunnu nireeia.
CHAS. BREWEE & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
r-rr tiii: mii.1, m:
j,f fs dlapitclieil from llorton for Honolulu on or
' ' about
Tlio lat liny of Novemlinr next,
rcrKOit"! uUhlnf to order good fhippedby thin reaacl
altould mill ordera on nr before bepicmber IMh. For
(oritur partlcul.ua apply to
W3.ini C. IlItllWF.UJt CO.
Constantly m-vhed nt the Furl St. Store,
Fine Stationery, llooUx, Fimcy OcxhIh,
WlnJaor it Now ton's Artialu' MntetinU,
lluttunoU'u Cut lMiwr lMttirns,
llowen'a a.irJen KociIh, Ac, tie.
3TJui THOS. O. THRUM.
, , Xov 76 ml JSJHotcl Stret,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tho Day, IVevk or Truusiont
Ci(purt,;Cigarettu and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinte.
Meals Served in First-Class Style
AT ALL HUVKfc.
HENttY J. UABT. 873 9 EUilSA.HABT
WAVTED I $1,000 OS $3,000 !
riV) LOAN AT OKOK, OK FIIIST-
X CLAb! HfcCl)MtY. Apply- .....R.v
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
jtiSt C. Browor &. Co. Agents. &&
QjfeA Merchandise rccchnl Nlortf Frrw.Sw
and HbrrtU cneh n-hnncL madn on phlpmrnt by this
nr. Tb Jj U, JJULU'EU.tUO.
Have Just Rocoivod a
Fine Ass't of Wines, Etc.,
Champagne, Dry IlcltlselcK " Monopolc,"
Quarts and l'lntt;
Clmmnpnc, Cli. F.irro Kxlrn Cncc, ptn & nts
Cliiimpiignc, (1, II. JIuiiini & Co'd Curio lllanoliu
iim nml (Hurts ;
Clminii.t'iio, (1.11. Mumin & Co'd Kxtrn Dry,
plnln and quarts .
Claret, Cbntenu Fomoys, 65r., qrs.
Cl.trot, Clintoatt dorse, qimrlH ;
Clarot, Muri; mro Superior, quarlH ;
Clnrot, St. .1 illicit, 70, ipiurtu.
Rhine Wino, Domdechanoy, qts
Kliino Wino, llochlicitnor, qiuirta.
SPARKLING BOOK, ptnU and quarts,
Hp.iikliiiK Mosullr, pinU ntul qnnrtH ;
K'licingitn CliunipiiKtio, pintn und ipiurta;
Ulioili;old ClinnipiKlit', pinU und qil.irla j
hi. I'.iiilM Ale, pllith mill qnnrtD ;
Hcinlliii;cr A. II. 1'xpurl llcor, pin nml qla;
A. Mullur'd Luor lliur, pints und quart;
Jotlrcy'ti Scotch Alo und l'oricr, pla und qts ;
Cognac, De Lango Tils & Co, 2 yrs
Uognuc, IlouU'llentt & Co., fimr diiimond j
Odkiiuc, " " three, diamond ;
Cognac, " " uno dininoiid;
Cocnnc, Southern Vinoyard 1'ioprivtoi'd.
llruiiilj, I, .iilvnc.it; ditto, Chuillo,
1'mt, l)iy, und Swtct Slieiry Wino.
din, Koy llriind, in biaketa and c.isea.
Itiiui, in luirt'U, etc., itc, etc,
For aalo ut low pricoa by
8rUm Mini 11. HAChlEU) A Co.
WrnrnAT the ICtluliy of Noi ember, brine the an
nlrrrary of Hie birth of Ills MaJeMy the King, will be
nbeel a.apjbtlc holiday. and all offlcca throughout
the Kingdom "III be clo.ed.
II A 1' OAUTKIl. Minister of the Interior.
Interior ofllce, Norcmber 3, 18SI. CJ 877 St
Sreloof Lenin of Govcrninoiit Lnnila.
ONWKIINKM1AY, NOVKMIICIl Jrii ISSI, nt the
front entrance of Alllnlanl Hale nt It o'clock noon, will
ho old nt l'nbllc Auction, the I.eanea of the follonlng
hnd, repnrately fnrtcnyear,fltiiated In WAIAHOLK,
Dlrtrlctnf KOOI.U'I'OKO, Island nf OAHUt
lat -That tract of lind belonging to the Hawaiian
(lovernment known n, AI'L'i;, containing
'JmiI-H , ll. r'ontalnlng ?liT1-10il Acrej.
Mril ltllll,l(IMII " 7i!M-t(l
till- KII.M III-M.I. " si.iio ii
lllll-" All AMI,!' , ii MH'(.t) '
7lh-lIMII l.MAI. " 13111-100 "
Plana of theabuto may can beaeen and other Infor
matlon nhtalnid nt the Land ODlco of thl Department.
II A. I OMtTKll,
Mlnl'lirof the Interior.
Depar't nf Interior, Honolulu 83th Oct , SS9I CI
A Proposed Aineiiilmrnt.
To Article CD of the Uonilltiitlon granlid by Ilia Ma
Jcly Kamiliamchi V, on thcSUtli day of Angunt A I) ,
US I, a amended ami apptoted on the 11th day of Slay
A. I) IW, according to Article BO of the Conntltiitlon.
That Article M nf the Ciinttltnllnii be and the fame
Is hereby amended po a to read an follow!
"lection M Tho ltcpreenlathei ahall recclto for
their nervlcesa compensation tn be arecrtalnedby law,
and paid out of the Public 1renry; but no Increase of
compensation (hall take itfect ilnring the year In which
It shall hae been mnde; and no Inw shill be pissed
lncrci'tug the compensation of snld lteprescnttlren
beyond the turn of c hundicd Dollars for each
I hereby certify the foregoing Dili passed Its third
reidlng In the l.oi.llnllc Asaembly nf the llnnallan
Islands on the nth day of July A. I). IM,
JAMKS .M. MONHAIIIIAT,
877 01 Sm Hecn tar j ,
Tn Article 01 of the Constitution granted by Knmcha.
ineha V. on the '.")th dty of August A. I). ISO I In accord
ance with Article HO of said Constitution
bection I. 'that Article Til of thu Constitution granted
by Ills Majcst) Knmihamchn V. on the EOth ihy of Au
gust ISAt bo and the panic la hereby amended In accor
danccwlth ArtlcleSIof slid Constitution, by striking
out the words "Ale hundred" nnd by substituting there
fore the words " two thousand ' and by striking out the
words " two hundred nnd fifty" and substituting there
for the words "onu thousand" no that tho Article
shall read a follows.
Article 61. No person shall be eligible for a Itcpre
scntathc of the people, who Is Insane nr an idiot; nor
unless ho be a mile subject of tho Kingdom, who alnll
haro arrived at tho full age of twent)-onc years, who
shall know how In read nnd write, who shall understand
account, nnd shall hao becu domiciled In the King
dom for nt lust threoj cats, tho last of which shill be
the year tuiintdlately preceding his election and who
shall own real estato within the Kingdom of a cleir
aluo our nnd above all Incumbrances of at least two
thoaiand dollirs, or who shall hno an annual Income
of at leat one thonsnnd dollars, derived from any
property or some lawful employment."
I hereby certify that the foregoing Illll passed Its
bird rending In tho I,i glslallic Asjcmblj of ihe lln
wallan Islands on the Ut'i duy of August A. 1). jifeO.
JAMKS Jt. JlOXSAltltAT,
87? til 3m hecrctnry.
Snip or Lciim. nr (4iMtrmiiriit Lnntlsi.
On Wednesday No. 'Jth prox , at the front entrance
of Alllolant Hale, nt 12 o'clock noon, will be snld at
Public Auction, the I.i'iisr i,r Lot No. on, on the
i-npliiiinilo, Honolulu with this condition!
The lessor to erect within one ye ir from date of lease,
a substantial flre-proof brlcl. or atone building costing
not lcs than $G,lx), which he la to keep In repair and
reicrt to the (loiernmcnt nt the expiration of I tic leui-c.
Terms, lease Siyeirs, upset price TO per annunm,
payable scml nnnuutl) tu advance
And I.onio of Iili .Mil, 73 mill 70 on the
Terms, Kic 10 years, upset price $150 each lot, pay
able siml-annually In advance.
II. A. V. CAItTEIt,
-Mlnletir of Interior.
Dcpt. of Interior, Honolulu Oct. 7th, ISSI. M M
Notico to Contractors nnd Bulldom.
Tindirs are wanted for building a 1 Ish Mnrkct at
Lahalua. and also for executing the alterations necess
ary in the widening of ((uecu btrett, Honolulu.
I'lnns and ttpcclHcnllnns may be seen, and all other
neces-ary Informitlon may be had at tho Oitlcc of the
(superintendent of Pnhllc Works, on nnd after Tuisdny,
the 1st prox, between the hours of lUand 13 a. ?t.,nnd
Jniull r. M.
Senled tinders for either or both of the above work
will be rcctlved at the interior Olllce up till noou of
Saturday, the IJth prox
Honolulu, Oct. -lh, IR3I. CI nt
Licenses Expiring in November, 1881.
1 F Hirn, Hotel st,
1 Ah Kol, .Mannakea st,
3 Juhn llnbillo, cor Nnuanu and Hotel tts,
5 I. Segelken ,t Co, Nltuanu st,
1AM .Mcllls, Kort M,
tl T (I '1 Ilium. Mirchantst,
ft C .ifnng, Niinamt st,
8 Concht e A Ahuni;. tort st.
8 I'o Nan Tong A. Co, Hotel st,
8 Hop l Ick .t Co, cor Nuuanit and King ats,
t) Geo Wo Chung & Co. Kln at,
10 Hani Slim, Nmijiiu t,
11 Wm M Wtniiir, ortst,
It Chung Ha), Nuunnn st.
It C Achong. Hotel st,
li I, Copeulinen, Nuiunu st,
11 llolllster.t Co, Nutianust,
l Tliosd'Ihniir., Kort st,
15 out; Chu, Kmmu st,
nUO Merger, tor Fort and Queen st,
17 Jos Knos. King st.
is II I'lo, King st.
ring, ning si.
it Chan Nine Chun,:, Hotel ,t.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
No. Ill l'ortbtrict, above Hotel,
Till! SKIN OKTHr.iOLlH:. HOOT.
By the last stumer I have received a large assortment
of the liti.i Aaerlcau stylo of
Boot, Shoes, Ties & Slippers
&c xc. .tc ic.
Ladies' and Children's Shoes a Specialty.
Boots and Shoos Mado to Order
With Niitucx and Dispatch,
bo-J 51 Sm HUNK OEltTZ.
CLun Kee. Ulakohen.
VI Ton Kim, Umma st, "
M Alliu ,V Kubliuon, IJuccn st, "
I Chun Man Hoon A Yen Chap hy. Honnapo, Kau,
1 On Chong, ' "
1 C Y Atona, l'apnlkmi. Kilo.
I fjuong l.iong, uitehn, Kan. '
6 i huiu l'eu A. Co. Puualiiu. Kau,
U A S CKghnru, Ilnnken I, Konu.
1.' Akal. I'npa. Mouth lioua,
15 Wal King Kee. l'lihoniin, Illln,
JO Man Chiuug, Laupnliathoo, llllo,
1 llaiiyClioug A Co, Tula, Hjmakua,
1 Ah Chung, VV'ulkapu,
f. Hung Chung, i'ma, llamakua,
7 11 Allml, Makavvuo,
l: Apo, Lahalna.
11 Ah Hone t Chuck ilug. l'nla, .
'i A S Cleghorii a Cn, Kauuakakal, Molokal,
Jo II title. Wulluku,
4 J D Neal. Kolnu, Kauai,
t) Akloiu, Nawlllvvlll, 4
?.' Aul A, Awaua, llleele, Koloa,
XOVVMHEll 0, 1881
MnnnRcraN Notico. .
All ftdTertlffmcnts for the .ATt'niir ls must be
sent In by Friday noim. No Insertions (the current
Issne can be guaranteed when sent In lalj
Advertisers will mark the nnmher ofsertnnite
sired, from which dale they charge. Any I so marked
will be charged A months
THO1. '. TIIIH1M snager.
N0TE3 OP THE WE) :.
Dnr Tventlicr Is ntlll reported frc tlio other
Tnr. Cliincae nroh nt tlio corner of JR nnd Tott
streets it Liciiif rcmoveil. I
1'nit King will nllcnil wrvico nib Anp.llc.in
clitirch to-morrow forenoon.
Jdixir ItcCoLM lini Rono l
to hold tlio November term of Cour
Tub Jiiilmhn lirottRlit FOcntj-slrisenqern to
Honolulu nml only two left by her foho Colonics.
The rnln on TuisJny ni",ht, nnuho nhowers
nlnco wcro rpilto welcome, ns tho ntrln were very
Titrnr. wn n hull ilnnco nt tho pice Tucsihv
nlfiht which contlnticd till inornhiRn wnH liru,cly
The letter on "No Jloro Chlneln lo-i1ny'n
pnper will ho found IntercstltiR itnilo coiiiuiliuI
it to tno nttcntton of our rinncrn.
ciiIiir nt tho
Tun rcRtilnr monthly mertltiR tl
C i ilrcn'M Hooletv w be ip d this
rcniilcnco of Henry WntirhousoKMJ
On account of n henvy prtin npotmr cohimnn
thin week wo nro tninblu to puhltalntich correa
IHindonco ntul other nmtler now on hd.
JIanv nntlvc from tho oilier Islilfl wero In
town thin week; the ntrired on Itiuilny nnd
Siintlny to nro tho reception Riven Uno King.
Anunvns Riven by tlio Mnllo Cli nt tlio lln
wniian Hotel lint 'W'pihicudny nlfliin honor of
Ailmlrnl AalnmbeRorf. It wnn ntry plena.mt
Kino Kvi.akaua visited Adtulrnl JimbcRoff on
tho ltnssi.m fl.icshlp Afiika on lesilny. Tho
fipinilrou drca-wd ftlnp ntul mnnmtho jnrdmni
lie wns received on bo ml.
The emblciui of inoiirninR in ipect to tho
memory of l'resiilcnt Gnrflild wort.nrly nil re
moved on H ilnrilny nnd Monduy It, but a few
pliictH nro still draiicd.
TnnreRulnr meethiR of tho Wuku Lllcrnry
Society wns held nt tho reaidoncif Mr. J. W,
Uinin, Momlny papnliiR lnnt. ArU nttenilnnco
nnd nu IntercstiiiR pruRrnmmo.
A not wns run over by un cxpn Inst Monday
in n crowd on Hotel street, tho h 10 wan fright
etud by tho bind nnd conld notio controliid.
'llio boy's injuries wero not scrlou
Tnr. llunAi, I'ress of October 8 has a column
editorinlon "llnwniian Af;ricnltti" in which it
copied tho Rtcnter part of uno uho HiTunnvi
I'klss editorinU reCLiitly publishel
The jioles placed hIoiir KinR ill Tort Btrects
from which NnRS wtro snsper.dedlud tho rusliei
Ktrown aloiiR tlio streitH vvcrojo.tred up very
ipncklv on Monday nfter tbo proilsion.
We publish with this issue a 111 pnRP supplo
ment nml call nttenllon to our Sj runcisui cor
rcspondenco mid tho account Jtlm Alexander
Rolden woddiiiR which will bo foud therein.
The Concert Rien nt tho Musi'llnll on Thurs
day eenhiR fur the benellt of tl orRan fund for
tli9 Kngliali church wni will ilcudtd, nml will
runli.o nbout $t(X). ItpiSBcjoMery creditably.
Amovo tho arrivals from tar) Francibco by tho
slcamor AiiHihIUi wis CharrsWarren Stoddard,
Es,;., well known to mnnj ofif people by previ
ous sojourns in tho islands iitH.o all others by his
wrttiiiRS. I ,
On Thursday tho Unasiarjmiin-of-wnr Pfantooii
and tho schooner .Vmin cuidul in tho ch.inncl.
The I'ltutorn hud htr foro Aril carried nwny, and
tlioJIfdiia had her Rnfl bnfcn. Ilotli a easels bus
tnincd other injuries. I
Ii has been decided to!rRani70 a"ToichcrB'
Assoclatioti of tho Hnwailit Islands." Tho first
incetitiR for tho adoption 'f a constitntion and
tho election of ollicers wilho heldat tho Lyceum
next Tuoadny ovonmR nt 70 o'clock.
One of tho fancy cloth laierns suspended from
tho Chineso arch nt tho corkr of KhiR nnd Fort
streets citiRht lire last Monty niRlit, but as there
happened to bo a step-lniUhAtlicro tho firu was ex-
tniRUisueu uuioro any lunnyoninnRo wns uunu,
Tnr rainfall for October i very liRht. At Dr.
Itob't McKIbbin's residcncolai lieretania street,
thero was only ."1 of nu ndi, nt W. f. Hall's
plnco on Niiuanu fctreet itroSiterull.lOincliisiiud
nt tho Ico Works in NtitmnuVilloy 357 inches.
A sun for libel has been ought aRiiinBt W. M.
Gibson, tho Proprietor of t Q Pacific Coiiinieiiiml
Adrerlittt , by Attorney-Goi ml AimstronR. Tlio
caso wns brouRbt up befon tlo l'oltco .ludco yes
terday morning, hnt nt tho utanco of Mr. Gibson
was continued for hearing a bo Btli inst.
1 (! Y Alnna, l'apulkuu. 1111... Haw ill,
n O W Ana, Waliihliiu, Kau, Hawaii,
-t Chung Kuiu 1'loug, Saulenu, Kau, I
h Aktoua, Nanllivvin. haual.
Tiiosi-: vkuy nKSiuAiiisi: am
rremltca knann as " in,iii,.aai." miiao- .n.
James Hay Wodthou.e. Esq. Th liullditig have just
bctu Ihnrouihlv Dalutid. ninmd. And (tnerwU Ira
provi-d tor thu benefit of (h truant, liovimmtnt
water laid on. besides having a windmill, with supply
ai uuua sweet ana cu-en ncaiiar wmier. waicu oas ucra
antlyicd by Prof. Thompson of the Chalhiugcr Expc
dition.aiid pronounced by him the best be bad sees
ec be left England.
For pariiculare, Inaulie o
txa! 61 JAb.b. LEMON.
8 Hop i Ick A. Cn, tor Nuusnu and King sts, Honolulu
1 1 Apana llupal, I'linahua, Illln, llawaal),
1J Achee. lluituni's Hall, lloiioliilu,
IS Ah II on.- A Chuck Mng, l'ala, Makavvao, Maul,
Vj Ah Chung, Waikapu, Maul.
I James DoJ.I, ranlhenn Matoon, llenoliilu,
tl V Llshmaii, ltoy.il Hotel, "
10 Wng WoTat X Co, Nunann at, Honolulu,
15 Laitloy Jt Co, Merchant si, "
1 Aluna iOK Kapuk', l'ala, Mukawao, Maul,
I 1.1 lUI.Makuvvao, Maul,
ID to sm Mug. huutohi'. Koolaupoko, Oahu,
i! Chun I.u, IJlUallia, .Maul
li K l Keavvr, Walraei, Kauai,
IH J II llavckost, Maul,
!) II McKlbbln.iJuecn st, Honolulu,
3) C II Uituioie, llllo. Hawaii.
1 W O Irwin A Co, cor Port and ijuccn Sts, Honolulu,
.1 J T X II Watcrbousc, Oucen at, "
7 do do King st, "
b Couchee A Ahung, I'oil st, "
1 Atona tUli Kapulf , l'ala, Makawao, Maul,
I Kt.iiiiu. North Kuhala, Hawaii, ' '
II Aklna Jt Asm. Kalnulbl Nuith Kohala, Hawaii,
H A Mclr)de. Knliu, Ivsual,
IS OwrnJ llolu Nuiuiiti'i, Honolulu,
ii I' M.tw, Lahalna, Maul,
il W II Itice, l.lhuc, Kauai.
a Ah Qui, llonnliUu,
31 Alauia, Kuolaupoku, Oahu,
St O frlsdlandcr, Kludum.
1 Jas Pod, Pantheon Saloon, llouolulu,
The Khir held a rcccptidi on Monday last nt
Aliiolnni Hnlo nt which waRTfcscnttdGen.Coinly,
U. S. Milliliter, 51. Feer, FreioiComintssioncr.and
Mr. llatard, Chnncdlor ovtia French iARiition.
Subsequently Adtuiml AslinbeRofl und severul
ollicers of tho Russian rtqunjon wero presented.
Tuoan White, an old fcaident of Wntluku,
diuil i.ctobt r aath. Ho has (icen on the islands
between fifty nnd sixty uirs nnd has been
itiiil,., in tlio linnda nf mlriinnnv to six dif
ferentwoiiun. For many ijmlhs ho hua been
entirely drstitJtc, und has lion provided for by
tbo (JatuoUo mission. AROsiuntj-uvo years.
The Bind will comracncJto play In Kmmrt
Squiiro for Iho month of Nvembor nnd Decern
nt t o'clock ; follovrtnR is thoproRraininii for this
than onn hundred voices wrre nt the pnme Instant
Impatiently calling tu him, in all tho ililTorent
scales of tlio Rnmut, from sonorous baco to tenor
and fpuilniuo trebtp, with such qnostlons ns "Is
Hint tho steamer?" "How far oil is sho?" "Will
tho procession como ofT to-day, or to-momiw?"
" What o'clock ? " "When will ho laiid-lo-tilGht,
or to-morrow?" .etc., etc, together with fifty
simultaneous reqneats to "connect" with flftv
other numbers, 'J ho operntor nndonbtedly feft
for ii II mo like stniiditiR on his head nml letting
tho strum subside! but ho didn't ho simply
rpponted the monosllnblo "yes." a nrent ninny
times, with nn occasional "I don't know." As
lluusby turned nway from tho ojitn window of
tho central olllce, ho mnslncly reinntktd to a
friend, '"this telepliono Is n Rtcat Institution;
how In the world thl our icojlo Ret nlonR without
ArouT 7 o'clock on Monday morning nn nlnrm
of itro was sounded nnd in a short tlmo tho firn
conipinlis wero on their way tip tho Nuuatiu
valley to tho nstdenco of 1'. 0. Jones, where a col
tnRo neir tlio liunso wits on fire. I'ncifio Hoso
Company hitched i team of Lowers A, Diclison'ii
innltH to Ihelr cnrriiiKC ntul wero tho llrst on tho
Rronnd. Tho Ilro was put out before tho firemen
nrrived, JIosl of tho f urnituro was stored In tho
bulldltiR that was burned nnd tho loss was con
siderable. It in thought that tho Mro wan tho work
of nn incrmllnry. Uho Ilro started on tho Insido
of tho bulldhiR.
Iabt Sunday nn express driven by n Chinaman
nnd containing, two Chinese women enmo enrlnR
down Hotel street, nnd though several attempts
wiro made lo stop tho liorso they all proved futile.
'Iho inmntpsof the vehicle were badly frightened
and cried for help, 'iho hurso when ho reached
Mnnnukeiv street tnrned tho corner so slinrply th.it
tho express wnseapulzed and completely wrecked,
Hip Inmates wero nlllitijund, ono of tlio women
IkIiir consldcrnbly hrnisid. 'J ho horse, a lino
nnimal, wan cut In n number of places. As wn
wero on unr wny to sea tlio wrick wo noticed
another vehicle with n broken wheel near tho
corner of Hotel nnd Nuuatiu streets.
FottxjwiNO Is tho record of tho l'ollco Court pro
ceedings slnco 'lhnrsduy Inst: An See, assault
and battery on Ah lien, sentenced to ono months'
imprlsonmtnt nt hard libor. JtoklKcanu,nssnutt
and battery on Ah Pnk, fined ?fi, costs $I. Woiir
Chit 1'Iiir anil Ah York, hnvltiR opium in posses
sion, each fined r-W) and sentenced to threo months'
imprisonment ami to pay fl.'JO costs. Gen. Jones,
Koalakun, Hill (llllis, Kinl, ilrintkcniiess, forfeited
li ball each. Clris. Dnlf, namn charge, lined s;r,
costs ?!. All Chin nnd Kaimsna, aflray, lined ifi
and ?! corIs each. Abraham Hjatt, nn insano
person, committed to Insnnt Asylum. GeorRO W.
l'lmler, enibe7?lcinent of flOO, property of John
Murphy, committed for trial to Supremo Court,
January torm, 1S)W. Hnna Carter and Dnvld Car
ter, common nuisance, Hann fined $15, costs $t BO.
Scntencosusiiendiilitioipo of David, until citltt.it
on to nppear. Kapahi nnd L. Sjierry, drunkenness,
forfeited ?(" bail onch. Knuaii.i,snmocharRe, nolle
i-uy'fi entend bj prosecution. Kenlaka, same
clinrge, fined $r, costs $1. Phil Atkinson, heed
less driving, iinll? pio'rqitl entered by prosecution.
Thomns iief'lellnn, furious drivhiR, lined 'fill,
costs 51. All Hour alias Ah Con, escaping from
custody, sentonced to two months' iiiiiirisouinent
at hnril labor, costs $1, W. M. Gibson, libel in tho
first decrco in making und publishing u statement
in tho 1'iieilc Cummticlal Artrrtiter of Sept, lCth,
1S81, charging W, N. Armstrong with having com
mitted thu crlmo of treason, remanded to tho 8th
Inst. James Fitzgerald, procuring intoxicating
drinks for uativo llawaiinnn, fined fno nnd in de--fnultof
pajment of fino sentenced to imprison
ment at Intel labor for ono hundred dajs nnd to
piy costs, 0. 10. Jlnsmussen, assault nnd battery
on Antoinette Cnsoloneo, mnlcnced totvvoinontliH'
imprisonment nt hard labor and to piy J iOcosts.
Annie, deserting husband, ordered to return to her
husband nnd jmy $1! costs. Keola, nn insano per
son, committed lo Insane, Asylum. Civil record.
T. It. Fnnter vs. Kenu. deserting contract service,
ordorid to leturn to employer, lined JUnndordircd
to pay !?.l costs. Jlnnucl Corea is. Victor do Ca
ninra and Mokunhi, assumpsit, judRinent for do
fcudauts, costs If.S.it); caso nppealcd to Intermn.
iliarv Court. S.imuel M. Damon is. Cnntain 11.
Calhoun, notion to recover iflllO. judgment for do-
loiiuiiiii, uuhii iav, ,1. ii. uiutm VH. ,ioi. VVISO-
mnn, action for !70, judRinent for defendant. II.
H. Garrott, Masternf bark lolani, is.J. Ahrenz, L.
Liger, C. Ilolinfulls, deserting ship, fined V) each
nnd in default of payment sentencod tobUdavs'
Imprisonment nthnrel labor, costs f8.7o. Abdul
Sicks is. l'erirn, nshumpsit for !21, judgment for
plaintiff for 'J, costs a.7.r..
Dimivo tho past few months, extensive improve
iniinta havo been mado at tho Wailuku Sugar JII1I,
und at tho present tiino tho work lei rapidly pro
gressing, uriuumg win soon no in oruor.
Aia meeting of somo of tho young men of Wnl
Inku, on April l'Jth, 1831, it was resolved to form
n society, whoso iiim should bo the moral improve
ment of all loimg mou that could bo provnilod
upon to improva tho opportunities offered. 'Iho
means employed wore to bo pipers, magazines,
etc. filed for reading, innocent gamos, nnd cym
nnstio exercises. Tho Kov. 0. E. Groser tendered
tho use of tho school room adjoining tho Anglican
Church, of which he is pastor. Under theso cir
cumstances tho least mark of rospect was to elect
luni President, which was accordingly done. Ono
of tlio by-lnwsrend to tho effect Unit ladies wcro
to bo "tabu," us tlio young men of Wailuku nro
cxtn inily diffident when in tho com
pany of tho opposilo sex, nnd sev
eral mado tlieiiifcdv f s conspicuous by their absence,
utter tho evening nioii which they ivero
mid an unexnectcd usit bv a number of ladies.
who wero desirous of wituessiiiR the you us uieu'ii
proncienoy ns amateur athletes. Others lost in
terest in tho success of tho society, ns itpartookof
sectarianism, owing uo doubt to its proximity to n
sectarian place of worship. Notwithstanding, it
wns understood that thosooiety should, havo no
such mnthu prompting it in benefitting humanity.
"A houso divided against itself cannot stand;''
nnd tho " Young Men's Jlutual Improvement So
ciety" of Wailuku collapsed homo ton days since.
Uho effects havobicndisposodof at auction among
tho incniberR, and tho field is once moro clear for
moral improving societies to organize.
The Mnhukona well is progressing rapidly no
water, but salt, nnd lots of that.
lieforo Riven, I rclenso
costs, anil p-tys
you, nnd plaintiff pays
ts, and lurs you nlso for tho funs' cftupltd In
jonr attempt nt imrglary." Although this party
had attempted to break contracts, nnd ref oscel to
obey tho order of tho court to return to their work,
consenting finally only becanso convinced by n
show of authority, it was decreed er tnrln that tho
tlmo lost should bo counted, A fino lash this, to
pnt Into tho hands of unreasoning Insnbordinatcs,
io crnek over tho h"ads nf their masters.
Surely "justlco is tempered with mercy" (but
not for plaintiff) nnd mercy is prevented by un
sound reasoning. Koiiam.
N. II. Tho decisions nro not on tho cases. 'J he
Jnsllco means well, but his method of reasoning is
Tlio King's Itctura.
Honolulu wnn surprised Inst Saturday afternoon
nbout half past Ihrco o'clock by Iho Intelligence
that Iho 1hs7 nilid wns rounding Coco Head with
tho ltoynl Standard Hying from tho main. When
the signal guns wcro fired f rom I'tiuch-liiml tho
town was thrown Into tho greatest excltment. Iho
nrches and other decorations wcro not rpilto com
plete and alt hasto was mado to givo them a pre
scntablo appearance A largo forco of men wns
Immediately put to work on thorn whilo prisoners,
woraon nnd children strowed tho streets with grass
nnd hung tho Hag poles with festoons of miVr and
palm leaves. As lliolifsfinfn- entered tho harbor
tho Itussian men-of-war manned the ynrds, dressed
Bhlp, nnd each fired n royal salute. After tho
Bteamer was in Iho stream thero wan somoliltlo do
lay beforo tho llojal parly got on board tho I'tlt.
Presently n boat left tho Aushalin for tho I'tlt,
nml wllh tho lloyal Standard Hying, tho latter ap
proached tho wharf whero it seemed that all Ho
nolulu was assembled. Tho King wns received nt
tho foot of Fort street whero Foster & Co.'s wharf
nnd shed wns neatly decorated with Hbrs and over
greens for tho purpose. ThoIIcccptlon Committee
consisted of their llxcollenclcs II, A. P. Carter, W.
L. Green, , I. S. Walkor, and tholr Honors, A. H.
Cleghorii, 0. It. Hiahop, A. P. Judd, L. ilcCully.S.
K. Kunl, J, M. Kapeun, 1). Kaliann. J, Moinanll,
nnd 51. Knnen, anil Admiral Aslainbegoll and an
nido wero nfterward milled to tho number; nfter
the first greotltigs wcro over Iho following nddress
was rend by Hon. C. Jt. Dishop i
Mat it ri.EVsn Youn 5Iajtsty s
Wo havo tho honor to be chosen by tho residents
of Honolulu to greet Your Slojisty with a hearty
Yonr people, from Hawaii to Nillinti, would
gladly bo present lo day to join in this greotlng
but as that cannot be, we, in their behalf, s.aluto
you with their united iilolm.
All nro thankful that, em your journey around
thu globe, yon havo been kept hi health, and nro
now restored to us in safety. Accept our con
gratulations upon tho happy realization of a long
cherished wish a dream of your early years tho
dcslro to visit tho great countries of tho world,
nnd (.co thu homes of different races.
Your subjects and friends havo from timo to
timoleamiel witli prido and pleauuro of tho dis
tinguished honors nnd hospitalities extended to
Your Miiietitv in luauv capitals and other cities :
and of tbo cordial friendship with which you wero
received by tho rulers, princes nnd peoplu visited
by you in Asia, Africa, Europe, nnd America.
Honor to tho Sovereign is reflected upon his coun
try mid excites tho patriotism nml bono of his
Having been railed to rnlo ovor a peoplo com
IKMCil of many nationalities, much wisdom and
prudence will boreiiulred in moulding nnd guid
ing these elements into n compact mid satisfied
community, and your experienco nnd observation
will bo of great value in that important work.
Possessing tho good will of tho Great Powers nnd
having in jour own person created n friendly in
terest in your Government in nil quarters of tho
globe, Your 5lnjcsty's position and prosjiects ns n
ruler, might well excitu tho envy of tho princea of
other lauds. You, Siro, are our Btnudard bearer ;
thu hearts of tho peoplo, native nnd foreign, nro
with you; nnd you can depend npon tlieir follow
ing and supporting you in every step and measure
intended to promotu independence, stability and
'ihe truth and beauty of our Nationnl motto
wero never moro apparent nor bettor appreciated
than tlicy nro now. Again, most cordially repeat
ing our welcome, wo wish Your Jla josty a long nnd
Hon. S. Kani then rend nn addross to His Maj
esty in tho nntiv o language, of which tho fol
lowing is n translation :
Youn 5Iujtv Kino and Bike: Bo pleased to
listen to thu united voico of tho peoplo of your
Majesty's cipital city, through us, who haio been
deputized to express tho warm and hearty welcomo
with which they greet their King bomo lignin.
Iiong nnd peaceful havo been the years to n
united peoplo under your Majesty's beneficent
roign; and trong, therefore, is their loyalty.
When your 51nje sty took your departure from
our midst, on n tour nrounit tho world, our hearts
wcro sad nnd wo wero npprehensivo of misfortune,
for v, o remembered that tlio path of our King lay
across iv ido oceans nnd through strango countries,
(surrounded by perils without number.;
Hut now. nil that lias happily passed, and tho
perhaps idlo fears of your Majesty's pesiplo havo
prov ed groundless ; nnd so, on this bright nnd uns
picious day, whilo our own dark mountains rlso
tjoulnel nucl tlio sen hottiv murmurs m tront oi us,
.W i Inker
Oierltiri Hub. zlil
Cornel Polka Lore mid 'truth
I'll. .1, milium '1 .-11
tiavntte Mnderi .'!.m,.r"
Bilccllun Ihe Life fur thu Cur Ullnka
Atiiajibit of Meicury over.the sun's diso will
occur on Monday next, to obfrvo which wo learn
that Jlr. 0. II ltockvvell, nu luiluenl amateur ns
troiiomir linn arrived by ihe Amliiilm with
poweiful iiibtrmmnU which he has located on
tho silo of tho Transit ofl Venus observatory
of C.intnln Tunnian, whidi tho King hns
kindly placed at his acrlc for tho occasion.
Tho transit will occur nt tno following timet
(Honolulu, mean.) lnuAl. 41. 18. a.m. Egrctm
6. 0. 1J. i'.u.
List week n Chinaman cHilliicd in the jail nt
Wailuku, Maul, hucciedcd it making his (scape,
mid ns n diligent search fallal to reveal his where
iitioiitb, thu ntticer in churgt turned the Kanaka
prisoners out of jail and kail thoni surround n
cmiio Held In which tho Cliiuuinn was coucialid;
tlioCelebllal could uotttodfo them nil and wns
caught, 'this ia certainly an exemplification of
tho old say lug, " Set a thief to catch n thief. "
A Chinaman paying his iLvotious to tho manes
of a decenrs'd relative nt -Vakill cemetery, whilo
burning taiwht but lire to tlo dry gran, and wart
uuiililo to prevent mo nro Irtmi spreading, air.
llusalnger telephoned into tio btatiou House, mid
Captain Till with six men vviut out and extin
guished tho fire snd nrroatid the Chinamnu. A
IHirtiou of the fence nnd the paling around a
number nf graves was liururd. The total it imago
amounts to nbout $1M. 'Ilio Cliinaiuiui otfera to
repair nil injuries.
A vocal, instrumental alul literary entertain
incut in honor of nnd under the mtroiingo of
King Knlak.m.v was civeu'on board the It. M.S.
Auth-atlu on Friday , OctoU r Ltoth, commencing nt
ti.M r.M. l'olloviingis the programme t
l'iano-forte-" Folly Walt ', ., .Mr I E TlHIon.
roni "Ihe Anchor' Wiljheil". ..Mr James llruca.
Ktcltallon -''Varyjano blian't Mlnj" Mr. V II Msllls.
l'lano-foile-beleitrd . . ., .Miss Itnbtnson
bpoech-lmprouiptu .. Dr. J,lhomas.
! Foiig "bwitt Spirit Hear my Prayers".. .Mrs. I.awlnr.
I I'laiinaml violin Mrs Orianhaum and Mrs 1), Dean
. hniir.tTlielloiiiiv Yorkshire Lass'1 . ..Mr. W Halt
ronir-The hcout" Mr A. Met. all.
hung "Down by th- IUvrr hide." Mr. Simon and
chorus by the "All Hntlsnd" I'rlckrlTeim ....
Ilswsll l'onl-, .... ...., Jllss Wlddsmnau,
B John Baker,
8 Fred Carter.
It O II Line. Jr,
li O P Iaukea.
I& II M Whitney, Jr,
IT J 11 Cimey,
IS W W Dtnniud,
SI Ml Dmu,
The exoltenient and confusion thnt tinned in
tho streets when the three aignal gnus wrre heard
nt ii minuteo to t o'clock nn Saturday afternoon,
was intense nnd indescribable, and nulla amusing
to any ono who was not personally Interested,
either n government official, a fireman, or a
member of some parading association. Occupa
tion were dropped initanter. men rushed wildly
nbout tu every direction, oblivion of all but
the one engroaaing idea "The King U coming!"
ml smrMi vaacona were in brisk deinand. I he
I special point ot comical Interest however, for a
few moment, was the central offlc of the tele
phone. But the operater on duty didn't find any
thing like' amuseoiuit in the eteru (act that more
Hovckaa mill will commence grinding this week.
Several hundred ncren aro ready to grind.
Tisacic laying is being pushed forward on tho
Kohala railroad, and iisscls with locomotives and
materials nro hourly expected.
Dnr weather continues in Hnmakna district.
'Iherohain been a fovv showers, but tho district
has not been favored as it was last year.
SuonT rains in Kohnla and Ilnmakua havo nt
loast laid tho dust nnd brightened up tho vegeta
tion though they have not dono ranch moro in
Kohnla. They are said to havo been much heavier
iNroRMiTioN reaches ns from Kilauca, Hawaii,
that moro smoke Is to bo Been now ascending from
thocratur on Malum Lot than nt any tlmo for
sixty days pvst. This shows that tho ntcs nt thnt
plnco havo not entirely died out.
KouAUt complains of defective postal nrrnngo
incut. The mall matter nets moro or loss mixed
every week nnd it is n considerable inconvenience
having tho head officii nt a private rosideuco half
a mile or bo from tho government road, nnd in nn
W. LinaATEit Co. of Laupnliochoo proposo put
ting up a l.l ton triple-effect mill of tho most Hp
prmt d sty lu on their pi tntation. It is to stand on
tho roast nbout two miles south 6f tho present
mill, and to reciivo cane by llumiug from various
directions. A double effect npparntus in being
made ala i for thu old mill, and preparations aro
going forwnrd to put in n iry largo crop unit
year, Tho two nulls will control about hix miles
It might havo been supposed thnt tho Norwegians
coming to this country in such numbers would
have had some resp"ct for theiuselvis if not for
their nationality. Jiy snowing tiieuifceivcs to noss
a cIiikh alt through the Islands, n lawless, stubborn
lot, incapable ot bound reasoning in behalf ot
their own intirests even, they have put them
selves in n fair wny to bring disgrace tint only on
thonis.elves as n nation, but to somo extent, in the
intimation of tho other classes undoubtedly im
the vvhltos, as a race. It had been well for them,
in view of the contempt which they hare exhibited
for these other iIasm s nnd for judicial nuthority ns
well, had they proved themselvc to be superior
mid not put tbeniMthns on n level with them,
How does it look ? A Norwegian of his class in no
more capable of sense and teuiKin thaua China
man of uis class 1
Some Queer Doings at Kohala.
Itepoit says that our Justice discharged certain
patties who were befoie the court onn charge of
drunkenness, on tho ground that tho misdemeanor
which they committed while in that state, were
owing to their bviug in that condition. "If they
had not been drunk, they would not have done so."
Again, he say to a party of eight, who are before
him for refusal of duty) "It has been given In
evidence by tno witnesses that you refused duty;
certain excuses for your doing so, havo been urged
in your behalf, and the law has been poluted out,
uht.rs.bv if vou reoard yourselves iu having ben
wronged, you coulil obtain redrai. Nevertheless,
as j on say y ou were ' uot guilty, on account ot your
ground ot refusal,' I discbarge you, and your
master shall pay coats, and you go back to your
work." 5 " It has been proved that you smashed
in the windows in the bouse of plaintlS and tried
to carry oil hi safe. Your reasons for doing so
were, that he trod on your toea, which however, it
appear, wa an accident caused by the ctreless
lies and diaoWWuco of one of your own party,
NevuithcUii, a you plo-ul uot entity, for reasons
the curliest wish of vuurMiiiestv baa been fulfilled.
And to-day, nleo, tho fours und nnxietiea of your
Majesty'H loyal subjects nro hnppily ended, And
thetr hearts nro filleel with jmaco und joy.
Our prayer is that your Majesty may bo long
spared to riignov cm prosperous and happy peoplo.
His BInjcsty mado n short reply, and then enter
ing his cirriago with Governor lJommis and Hon.
A. S. Cleghorii, followed by another carriago con
taining Attorney-General Armstrong nnd Colonols
Judd and Mncfarlano, was dm on to tho palace.
Iho ordors, schools nnd sochtios composing tho
procession wcro formed on both sides of Tort
Btreot, nnd though got together very hastily, mado
n good showing. Tho procession was led by n
smindof Pohco, unJer I'uptaln Tell, followed by
thu ltoynl Hawaiian Band, tho Military Companies,
His Mniesty, His Majesty's Suite, lteforra School
11 md. Firemen, Orders and Societies and others.
'Ihe Fire Companies nnd nil behind tho Pooln As
sociation wero citroctcti to inn out oi ino rnnus,
which wns done beforo reaching King strcot, und
tho first part of tho preclusion only accompanied
tho King to tho palace, whero ho was received by
the members of his family.
Tho nrches and decorations nloug tho routo of
tho procession, though tho finishing touchos wero
put on hastily, looked well. Tho first arch wns in
front of Lucas' Plauiug mill, nnd wns very neat;
another small ono just niaukii of MerchntU street,
surmounted bv n polo bearing n largo ling, with
small lings nml streamers Hying from tbo standards
wns unfinished; tha Chineso nrcli or archos nt the
eoruor of King nnd Fort strtets, covered with
bright colored calicoes, liusel nnd queer Chiueso
figures, was tho most conspicuous und unique.
Over each arch wero appropriate wotds of welcome.
On King Bluet near Alnkrii was another small
arch, mid beyond was ono erected by the Oovern
muiit ollicers. 'ibis was not an largo or expensive
ns that ertctod by tho Chinese, but wnH tasteful
nnd appropriate. Thero wero nlso Hmatl nrches
over tho pilaco gates ou King and lllchird streets.
'Iho Palace, Aliiolnni llule. Custom House.
Pacific Hose Compiny's building and hovcrnl
places of business and private residences wuro
On Blonday, which had been mndo nflovernmont
holiday, the military, various societies, schools and
delegations mice mure assembled along tho lino of
march nnd tho procession formed again nnd nt-r.
u. marched to tno palace. This was moro of a re
Mow than n procession, nnd marched iu to tho pal
nro yard by tho King strietgnto nnd out through
tho gate on lllchnrd strcit.
On tho evening of the huuo day tho tire Depart
mout mid Poohi Association turned out in full mil
form nnd in grentor number than during tho day,
and marched in procession with torches to the
pilaco, where they wero reniuvved by tho King.
'I Iih iirni cBrtii.u lmirrlied over the usual route and
made n very good iippeiirnucsi. A short nddreas
wns made by Chief Engineer Lucas tnliuainjesty
to winch tno King nrieny uiipoiiuiii. iiunmiai
wero also made by others. Ou tho return march
tho procession bulled before tho renldencoof II. It,
11. Prince sa Liliuokalanl and gave her three chtcrs,
tho Hind pitying "Hawaii Ponol." 'Iho be 11
towrr was be uitlfullv illuminated ns was tbo Gov
ernment building, Post-eilllce, Pnelfia Ilnsn Com
pany's building, Oahu Prison, Cntholio Church
and n fw private residences; there wero nlso three
large bon Ares, on tho side of Punch-bowl.
the nrtntest difficulties, in fact it has Iipopiiip n
problem out of tho experimental solution of whirh
lias grown Iho Chinese evil which now confronts
ug. And tho experiment Is nn nilmittnl failure.
Upon this question of labor has rested tho only
theory worthy of tho least consideration ns nn
argument fnrorablo to Chineso immigration, nml
although many thinking citlrens doubted tho
policy of encouraging this class of Immlrrant
even to supply the constantly increasing tlemnnil
for labor, they deferred their opinions, nnd In
innnycnsps their interests, (owlmt wns claimed
by tho mistaken theorists to bo nn Imjierntivo
necessity In promoting tho welfare of the country,
'! ho Government officials were no doubt conscleti
tlonsln obeying what they considered a ilnty tn
tlio premises. 'I ho result has been fnr from satis
factory. 'Ibo experiment has not been n success,
tho Chinese population has moro than doubled
dirlng tho last two yoirs, having now niched
dangerous pioportions, nnd the labor problem is
still unsolved) labor Is ns high or higher than lie
fore, nnd the demand just m great. Tho Chltm
nion do not rcmnln laborers; If they did tho Argu
ments ngainst tlieir coming would bo weak; If,
whon tlieir rontrnctn expired, they would remw
them or leave, then no question of dispute would
bo raised, for tho necessity of Increased nnd
cheaper labor is admitted by all. Of thf) l.'.COO
and moro nlrcady here, but a very small propor
tion nro actually employed ns laborers on planta
tions, but yon find them engaged in every other
occupation at which money can be made, forcing
to tho wall moro desirable citlrens by minims
competition, 'iho lalior problem then In Its re
lation tu them would seem lo ovnlvc Itself inton
proposition like the following !
'Hint nfter enough Chinnmeii get hero so thnt
competition with each other lu ovi ry kind of busi
ness, nnd every means of obtaining a livelihood
other than by contract labor, shall crowd nil
others coming, Into tho iiHcruntlvo of plantation
labor or starvation, then, and not till then, will
tho labor problem bo solved for planters throtivh
tho instrumentality of Chinese. Yoti must lilt
tho holo beforo ion catch tho gopher.
How many will havo to coma beforo this happy
consumuntton is reached, cannot very well bo estl
mated, but for tho rul.o of argument let tho
figure bo pi tccd nt a 100,000. (1 think tho country
will snpi,ft n great many more.) Tho nntlvo
Hawaiian wilt bo tho first to suffer by tho crowd
Iiir nnd co iipotitlon, but none tho less surely will
thu wliito citizen bo driven to tlio vvntl. 'ilio lnlmr
qui stloti will then havo lost much of Its interest to
thoso who now agitato it. 'Iho logic of such n
statement may bo dlspntcd, but tho signs of tho
times iolnt unmistakably to such n result, nnlcss
Noino nctlon Is speedily takon to prevent it, nnd
tho example beforo us is very plain, nnd moro
significant tlinn any precept or theory that ran bo
advanced ngainst It. Again, what would bo tlio effect
of tho 100,000 Chineso becoming naturalized citi
zens, nnd controlling elections nnd legislation ?
Would not thu identity of tho Hnwnllan nation bo
protly thoroughly lust ? it may bo remarked thnt
such n political contingency is too remnto mid Itn
prob iblo to bo worthy of attention, but notio can
deny that unliss restrictions nro placed itKn this
kind of immigration, that such n result Is within
the bounds of tsosslbility, nnd it Is hardly wiso
statesmanship tu allow such n condition to become
Their merit nt Utlxirets may nlso bo questioned,
Tli it they nro industrious when thoy first como, no
one cm deny; thnt quality has been taught them
by tho exicriciico ot ceuturios in n strugglo fur
existence in their own laud and with it thoy havo
acquired habits of closest economy, but with life
here they soon change. When tho rigoroiiH bund
of necessity lightens Its pressure, with much elas
ticity thoy expand io tha situation, and ill tho
capneity of contract laborers they become indo-
tout, nun in many cases insolent aim uiaooeeiicni,
frequently desert their employe-is, smoke opium,
nnd gamble incessantly, demoralizing theiuxelvis
nnd the uativo laborers with avium they como tu
contact; nnd some planters condemn them on this
account, nnd Iho policy which invites them, oven
if thero were enough to supply tbo demand nt n
I havo liiard n plantur remark: "I don't liko
Chiuanieu ns laborers, and I am uatisficd that they
aro not the class of immigrants wo need, bnt whut
are wu to do 1 " What you aro to do, Is not mnto
rial to thin nrgnment, for when you admit that the
Chineso nro not u Htttmty lu supplying tho labor
demand, nnd nro not tho class ot immigrants yon
need for labor, the only nrgument In favor of
their coming is gono. 1 have reviewed tho ques
tion thus far ou tho proposition that tho planters,
interests aro paramount tu all others tn this con
nection, for upon this ground thoso who dofoud
tho Chinc3o Immigration clicy tako their stand,
nnd tbo labor question and the interests of tho
pi inters nro co-relativo to tho subject. I contend
however, that the opinions nnd interests of
planters nre intltltel to nspi ct only in juBt pro-
iwrtton ns tliey reprosent tno luicresis oi tno common-wealth.
Wu are all interested. All wliito and
native citizens, merchants, tradesmen and me
chanics, who suffer by this ruinous competition
liavon right tu bo heard, nnd their Interests con
sidered whether they coullict with thu planters or
not, although nt present, I think tho peoplo nro
nearly unanimous ou the subject. Mechanics,
shoemakers, tailors, cabinet-makers and especially
retail dealers in all kinds of merchandise, gro
ceries, etc., h.avu special causa tu complain, for all
over tho Kinedom. iu everv little hiimlut. tho en
terprising Celestial is located engaged in trade,
nnu in llouolulu wherever you go scarcely n.
block can bo found not ornamented by n Chineso
grocery, even in portions of thu city, horctoforo
occupied by resiliences only. Competition with
them is impossible, their manner of living entail
ing but a trilling expense, nnd by their cunning
nnd duplicity in evading tho law, nud tho profit
thoy dcrivo from peddling bnd gin nnd opium,
they nro enabled to undoiuull mid freeze out their
moro desirable wliito or native competitors. Very
soon thoy will do all their own importing, and
then Borne wholesalers who nro now indllferent or
lukovviinu on tho subject will view tho situation iu
n di He rent light. As irrcsistablu us the de
structive nrmy-worm iuits dovautlng march on
vegetation, this Chineso scourgo will Boon havo
honey-combod tho body politic anil havo it nil
Hut why enlnrgo on tbo subject ? Tho fnct3 aro
patent to all intelligent thinkers. 'Iho criminal
record has been Bwelled by their presence, their
morals nro admitted to bo of tho lowcBt order,
they nro in no wny desirable citizens, and they
stand ns a barrier in Iho way of desirable immi
grants adopting this ns their homo. Their filthy
habits and mono of living nro well-known in all
their oiTonsivo details nnd need not be enumerated
hero, 'lhov nro shrewd, political, and dangerous.
There is no limit to the harm they may do, nud
tho object of this paper Is to wake tho peoplo to n
realizing Bcuse of their position, and nrge them to
notion. No better evidence need bo cited of their
political cunning than their exhibition of zeal nnd
liberal expenditure of money in celebrating tbo
return ot tho King. Their work is for effect and
to disarm opposition. 'Iho liberal contributions
to manipulate the last legislature in tlieir lntcn sta
and their nartial success boars convincinc testi
mony of thoir political skill. I attack them us n
class, collectively, and decry them as a Mumbling
l.l. wt. ... Il.n i.nl,(t,.'u i r.istvtrlfv ,, l,!nll nn 11,, a
No Moro Chinese.
Tho tlmo has como lo say stop) nnd spell It
wilh a bl'"B." The time hns como for uerVou.
No more fanciful sentiment, no more illogical
philosophy, no more mUtaken phllanthrophy or
tho result will plainly bo, not Hawaii for Hiwai'
lam, not Hawaii for improvement, progress, on
lightened society, moral prjbity, Increased and
healthy population, but Hawaii for Chinamen
Hawaii for nu element degrading In its influences,
corrupting lu itssocitl hiblUand powerful in Its
imsUiout workings destrnotivo alike to moral
e'evatiou and national repnlitlon and respect
ability. 'Iho caso seem strongly put perhaps, but
on a proper analysis of tho subject from a, stand
point of advanced clrilUitlgn, tho deductions will
bear no other interpretation. 'Ihe quest ion of
Chinese iruniluraUoa his buen fully argued pro
and con nnd but oiu conclusion W tho remit, vu.l
that it has gono far enough and should be atoit
peJ. Ion itilntre4 thinker and aolooa oh
server the qcestlju, in iu present proportion,
does not eein to admit of Argument, bat for the
purpeeva of preheating the tabjtst fully and clear
Iv.nli nrirwtr i rrfriri.y thsaiuij witri tha elleut.
und present all there 1 in extenuation of what U
now generally admitted to have been u mistaken
poliuy. In dovolopinz the reaouroe of the evjuu-'
try and m iking tu principal industry proaUble to
iU promoters, tag question of labor aia pioscutod
block to tho nation's I rosiwrity, n blotch on thu
Hawaiian oiulchcon thnt militates iu liuiuy wnys
ngainst tho nation's success mid interest,
Tlio ndverso criticisms of tbo American press,
nnd the feeling of thu American people, especially
thoso of tho Pnclllo Coast, ou this subject, will
havo much weight nud ho useel to grint ndvnntngo
by tho enemies of tho Treaty of licciprocity. lu
fact wu can hardly estimate the dnmiige that may
uo iluiiu us ii tueir coining is nut rcsiricteu,
I du not nssull Individuals. I think thero nro
many Chinamen iu Honolulu who nre creditnhlo
citizens nnd ns few conscientious Christians, nnd
I lieliovu ill treating thoxe who nro Already hire
with kindnesH mid absolute justlco, and thoso who
nro engaged iu Christianizing them nro doing n,
laudable work mid deservo encouragement ns do
the Chiiieuo Chriatiaus themselves; but no moro
should bo allowed to come. 'Ihu field for mis
sionary labor iu this direction is Already wido
enough nnd thero is umpln scoe for nil the energy
that enn be used for this purisjuo. "No iloro
Chineso t" ahould be tho motto of every nntlvo
nud white citizen who has any national interest or
pride, nnd in tho very net of stopping them tho
rulurnnd Government of Hawaii can win prsisa
nnd reelect abroad, and gratitude nt home. This
Government is not handicapped by liny treaty
Htiiiulation as wan America. Wu have no valuublo
commercial relations with China to endnngor, ns
has Knglaud; there is no constitutional provision.
to Interfere thu course is e.iiy nud phv'ii. In
Quei inland tho legislature sought to levy such n
heavy tax per capita ujxm Chinamen ou their ar
rival In thu country nn to iflcctuiilly stop their
coining. To this uiuasuro the home government
nhjt etc d rs being ton Arbitrary, jeopardizing Im
portant commercial interests, etc. Hut the Colo
nists determining not tu submit to (he threatened
influx of Cliiuitiucii, accomplished their purposo
by passing n law requiring matters of vessel
bringing Chinefo passengers to tbo country tu do
txialt S.'sJ for each uasseimur ns an earnisl ut good
Lehnvinr on the patt uf tho Chinaman for tha
jioriod of thnu years, then to bo returned, pro
viding thero hid been no breach of thu law coin
lulltid by thu Mongol iu the meantime. Hy this
plan, Queensland saved herself from invasion.
'l here is nothing to prevent lids Government pass
ing a law levying a direct nnd heavy tax cr cipita.
upon Chinamen hereafter Arriving la the King
dom which, if done cannot fail in virtually
stopping their coming. Hy such sctioti I am satis
fied the uov eminent, wouin win uurpiaunrei praise
from either nations, and the gratitude of the ilnw
nliun people. It la tu lie hoped that our .Sovereign
having returned from nn extended tour of olwcrv
atinn, with enlarged idens and an itiWiuilUd love
for hi country nud people, will sen the necessity
of action iu thl matter and bind his lwple closer
to him in their nllegiauoe, respect unci love by
wise and decisive action in restricting thU danger
ous element. No Moro Chluesu 1 Ousmvau.
rpiIE UNlUntSIONEI) HAVING
X beta appointed administrator, with Ihe will an
liuied, pf Ihe estate of Heury btruas. dvceatrd. (if Wal
I u-k.il Kauai, beieby uotlO.se all ps i ions having claims
sgalDtl lb -Id estate tu prtsi.nl thetfcUtas, duly
amrieuilrated, wltbln six months flora due, cr Ibey
will U forever bsirtd; and all personi ovlugibe said
estate are requested to ssttle the ssiae wliUout delay.
W. 0 It DEVKKlbL.
Admlulstrator, with will annexed, of the estate of II.
Mm... du.eas4. &i it
tlbuc, K-iiul. October S.'ad, 1SU.