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npplemmit to the Saturday Press, March 25th, 1882.
Meeting of Planters.
Moiimt, March 20lh.
In tcupoime to nn invitation lint lino boon nnl
mulljr extended ljy tho Chamber of Commcrco to
the StifiAr Hauler of tfilf Kingdom, the following'
(.otitlerarn mtt nt 10 i. a. on Monday, tho'JOtli Inst.
In the ante, room ndjoinliiK llawnllan IakIko No.
21. l and A. M.' Mcwrn, S. N. Cmle, .1 II I'aly,
1'. N. Makco, J. C. Oladc, A. 8 Hurlwell J I..
Khlerti, (, .Volley, J. A. hchaefcr, J. II tlierton,
II. Macfarlaue, I'. C lone. Ir , '. S. Spalding i
i Adam, A. Hrpler, O N Wilcox, II. UltuR Hnl
Hd( A. Clinn, .f (Itiriipv, Ul.Sopcr, I.uce, J K
.MeKenxr. It. . Hnrchnnlt. KTnntlv 1! Unc
8,jT,, Knelling;, Or 'I liomtnon, f '. V f'ooke, .()
8mHMS. 1, Aittin. I Anitin J V Hprecketo, S. I'
Atiiufhter, I Uomlf., a r Holme. W. II. Corn
wW, fir, Wetmore, It. Ddiom A If. Smith. I
WrifthMl. lMktUlwfii, .1 fnrlwrlBht.C. IMInrt,
W.M. Mdltey, W. ( Jrwm, W. 7' Grant. II M.
VTrMney, II Mserton. W. 11. ltichnnl, A. llnnm
bor. Dr. .UcOrow, O 1'. Holnie, W. R. Howell,
O. W. r lorn, T. It. VVnlber nnd A. 8. Wilcu
Mr. P. V Jones, Jr., propowd Hint tho Hon. 8
N. f alle take the Chair. Carried unanimously.
Ihe c hairmaii proceeded to open the inoelimr
Ho thnt.Ud thi i;enllemen for the honor they con
ferret! on him. He brielty explained tho object of
thin tmpurtnnt meeting. It pntaiued to tho whole
interests of the country, ixuticularly ths iiag.ir
plMllfng Interest-), mid he nuked wluwo properly in
tms kingdom docs not deioiid npon the pliittlntf.
rn revenue of tho country deiieiiil mum it. Ho
therefore urged the gentlemen to ! wis in what
hey did, m as to oftectuall iierpolusle tho Inter
0Uof lheoountri. Ho would now ink tint two
tteiel(irie lie appointed,
Mr. 15. 1'. Adams noiniualed Mimr. V. A.
Schacfer and T. II. Wnlkcr. Curried.
riio chairman then called on Mr. A. 8. Hartwell
til make i few remark. Mr. Hartwell slid in mib
iln. CiiMiiSi IN : I nin.irecf.ito tho honor of beinp;
risked to mldrcn un nsHsmhly like tlil, mid whilo
I onnnot nnderUko to mitko n full or llttiiiu stnto
mciH of tho ltmtlon, mul of tho Ihhimcm to
which ou u ill isi- jour ntlintion, I will trj to
prceiil nil outline fur wlilt.li jou will gikiii sninily
Jt wt my fortune to ho bom mid brounht up In
n cojntry vhore public ikbito li tis free nt tho nlr.
Dm trniniu which tho Aincricnii ho) rUb frtim
thodclntiiiK cIuIh nnd hccuina nntl from tho
ox.MiipIo of tho tonn ineetiiiKi iIuch more to nnku
him u uood cltlfii, nnd so to keep tho public
IXMCtj, tlinn nnytpuntltyof mllitnry would do. All
the landwchrs nnd lnudsturiiH of Oernnnynro
likcclmir compircil with n piblin Hpiritcd mid
public debating comimiuih.
Itfix-ntctl attempts hnvo bi.en made lupit jenri
to form n rianlirs' AMociatlou, but with no sub--tnutinl
remit. 1'or the first tiiuoln the history of
this country, men who may properly be said to
rfproseut thcni;ricullar.(l IntarotUof these islands,
laying nside their daily enrps at the busiest kc.isou
of thojear, hn a assembled hero in Honolulu, for
thti pnrnosu of consulting toother for tho common
Ktxxl loiny mind tliis conciitiu of planters is
most sisniiicant of iiicaniim. 'Iho lesultsofltH
dellbenUinu!) ousht to be, nnd I think will bo, im
portant and fnr-rcachluK.
ltlslilli timn that nun who desire tho pros
perity of thin country, or who euro to Hecuro nnd
proteet whittu-r they mnj have nt rttiko here,
chinild meet nnd consult together, mid dei) nini
ndopt niensurcH which will mibservo the interests
of tho ontiie community, 'lliero is wonderful
power in orcanizeil mid combined nction. 1'ifty
men of iiitellijjcnco nml Rood repute in ,i commun
ity mny crt themxchoi for nuhlio ohjicta with
little or no oTtct, ns long as they .liA Hnparatclj ,
but .tctlua in concert nml mutual nu lentntulitijr,
tho icAnltR tlicj cnu nLcomplNh nro U'joud com
pirisou with their disunited efforts.
I often cull to iiilutl tho remark made by Arnold
ill his I-ccturcHon .Modern History, upon tho unfor
tninle conilitlou of that country in which tho btst
men smnd nloof from public nlhirs. It is ns Idle,
iw it is childish, to stand by nnd complain, ns long
nswowho complain nro st eking to shirk or cist
uponolheM tho responsibility of iniproing mat
ters. 1 nppcil to nu, If that is not precisely what
Ins been going on in this community t No gtneru
meut on i-arth, not oven the nutocrncv of all the
lliHiiis. cm Hiistniii itself, still Itsa cm promote
too interests of its people, iinle it bhill h no tho
supiwrt of the great body of its intelligent non-
mce-holdors. I submit tojou, that wo hao left
our affairs too much to drift na the might, or else
for tho goernment to attend to. 'lo illustrate
possibly the bad hnbits of iU ivirenU, or iwssibly
the tendency here, ouo of my littlo dnnRlilcrsn
fow jturs since, talking about tho rniu coming
into n new room lint lml been uinde, said, " papa,
don't jou think tho goernment onght to stop
that leak?" (Juick to seo impending dangers,
ready to p-iiut out defects in the government, wo
Imo failed to formulato mid present our Mews
mid suggestions In such shapo its to command
i-ftlciil attention. In other countries, men in im
penal Uermaii), there are grent particit, repre
senting morn or less fully, nil classes of tho peo
ple, nnd pieseriug tho equilibrium of jrawir.
I hey are in fnet tho main stay of tho gocriuuciit
itsolf. His for want of snch out-spoken jnrties,
that Alexander HI. is to day practicall n pris
oner in his own liou, mul ii Haiti to bo contem
plating nbilic-ttioit. ns koo-i ns ho can get up cour
ngo to go through the ceremony of n public
coronation. It is tnuotheu, Tsaj, for us tola)
nsitlo tho h.tliit of plicmg upon gocrnmentnl
Hhonhlors nil tho rcsponsibiht) of looking nfter
onr nffairs, nnd to undertake to nttcntl to somo
thing morn than tpnrtcrly nt counts.
It my seem atrnngo Hi it l'Inutcrs' Associations
rtre not formt d hero yeam ngo. 'Clio gieat indus
trial Interests of other countries nro lonrcsentcd
mid pushed forward in (Ills maimer. Who in tho
United States tloos not feci tho benefit of their
Vgricullural niitt .Mechanics Tnirs? Not only in
tlm new nntl improved methods of cultivation thoy
bring into, public nottc", tho stimulus they gle to
useful Imeutious nnd to the introduction of liner
Inreds of stock, but in the gain which conies from
tho interchuigo of viows among tlu-to who nro
ong-lgod hi like avocations. 'Iho recent Oomon-1
lion of Cotton l'lnntors nnd .Manufacturers at
thutn, Georgia, has brought together men from I
ullpaits of tho United States, producers, bu) era,
factors nnu nil concerned In the reinstatement of i
King Cutto.i. '1 hat coinonliou has piobably douo
mora for tho welfare of the Union than nny poll-
tte.il nartv could do,
It will bo no light thing,
oven in this small cuuulrv. for nlanlers nnd mer
chants to meet each other mica n)car for tho
social relaxations. Hut jou havo not now met for
social pleasures. Of late, calumnies of tho vilest
nature havo been spread broad-cistby interested
or Irresponsible persons, directed ngninst tho onliro
libor s)stom of tho country. NewsiaieN of n
certain clani nbmad hwe not even Hjvareti tho pri
vate characters of our most rcsmctcd nntl hounr-
nblo citizens. V pcmlstout effort is making lo
uiuuca inn worm in oeunvo inni u species oi
slvvery is iuvoguo here. It has siemcil useless
thus far, to refnto theso caliumilis, or to lwint out
tho Infainoiu chirnctcrof those who hnvoprc
toudetl to recito pemounl oxiericuco of ill treat
ment hero. Wo know, nml every oua who has tho
means nnd wish to examine tho uinttei knows, how
gross thoso misrepresentations have been. Hut
unltMs thoy nro met by tho planters acting as a
body, nud not by fugitive letter-writers, such
reports ma) eventually accomplish their object,
which is to dnningo tho prospects of our llccimo
clt) T uuty. 'Hit 10 iitho cntlro ltilsir problem
niton us, mill it requires couceutratcd, united
efiorts to solve. Does anj one luingluo that nil tho
sources for obtaining suitablo labor havuboen
cihaoktod ? I nin convinced, that while the friend
boniil mul co-operntiou ot tho govemiuent is
odsenti.il, this matter ot getting laborers will never
ty attended to ttleotuitlly, until tho planters
attend to It themselves, for this purioset conceit
of action is necessary-
'1 his association can also accomplish much, by
il aotlvo nld in na effort In obtain a renewal of
Hie Tnsatv. or tho making uf another Treaty ot
itcciprocity. Other pressing reasons for forming i
this association will occur to nil of jou. Our'
methods of planting mul cultivating cane, ami of
iiumifacturo nro susceptible of Immense improve
ment. Sugar producers and buyers, I hope, can bo
brought nearer together. No ono pretends that
our labor livvs nro perfect, or that their ndmiiiis
nation Is froo from defects. Hut when attempts
at legislation nro made, pi inters nro not nt hand
toiuuku practical suggestions. Unless they nro
represented by somo responsible committee through
whom their views can bo made known to tho law
makers, there, Is risk of ciimbeptmie nnd injurious
I will not pretend to sugKost to jou nil tho oh
loots which uusht to lu ncoomnlished bv such an
.issociation n is now proiKed, nor the methods
by which they call bo effected. T hat is w i
It iv.i met hero to deliberate muit.
I he causes nro plain enough why such conceited
nction has been so long dclajed. Our diversity of
nationalities may have something to do with the
It lav. 'i fiiio hn4 liked to nssnme the rcMn-
btlUjf )' initiating! move wlmply lso.vuso ( the
a t; vv .ssonrju:N r iMi.iiii.MJ
omi.'v.rr ti lwd. I'or Mln bv '
rink of bcinglbonght self-important, or snlf-.mscrt-lug.
Wo lino nevor ncqnlrcd, ns n community,
tho vnbmblo hnbit of pablla Ucllbcmtlous. Self
chosen leaders nro usually ns unlnckvns they Aro
nntlesirable, nnd men have not until recontly felt
lnilrrd with n common purpose. During tho
first years of tho Treaty, people wcro so occupied
In putting their new enterprises into operation,
that they could ill afford time or thought for nny.
imiig rise, ineru lias oecn n nuiicmuco to itko i
stops whichiiilghtcxcitothodistrustof Hnwniinus.
nsof souioiiolitlcal combination Intended to nffect I
them injuriously. I think this is nu error. 'Hie
urett soutco of existing distrust of so called
foreigners by nborigluals is In tho mlsrepresentn
tioit nml misunderstanding of Iho nets nml pur
poses of tho former. I his Association can
do much lo promote n better feeling lit this
matter I orelaurs wero invited nntl encouraged to
com here and uialu-this their home Itisbytht ,
nld of such men, that the present form of govern '
inent was ncurcd. with a nationality icCjgnlznl i
by the trenty pom rn I ho preamble of the ct of
Kflmehninelm III ieiiinT the sil' of luids in,
" Whereai. tli d m lopuient of the rcomoc of
the islands tier uds essentially urm their ngrical-
lure Vml wIitcas. that agriculture requires the I
aid of f urchin c-ipitnl, skill nnd laboi And
where is. the Ring desires to cucourng tho Intro- i
tluetitiii of foreign oaplt.il nnd labor to tho utmost I
client that llisrlglitsof son reign jurisdlalion and
ilomniii will allow, therefore lie it enaetml Ae." '
One s mr times hears doubts expressed of the
socnrity of capital here hints nl possible cnor
inons t nation to b mud", nntl for preposterous
objoctJ. of arming tho ontlre ualivetrapuintitm for
IHillCMnon Iho whole thing is out of the question,
for no other leison than because there are too
many citizens of the United States nntl snbjectsof
(Iroat Iiritnin rind Cleriuiny here, ngninst whoso
rights nnd interests no such invasion would ever
be iirnctleible,or would set nnsly borotitcmphled.
wo hnvo plenty of tho belt material for the ills
mission now beforo us. Of course perfect utinniinlty
is neither to bo exacted nori'cairedj btitnrnsou
nhle deference to thn view3 of the majority is, I
suppose, nn object to be aimed nt. Our work is be
foro us, I believe it will b-Mlonc Ypphiuse.)
Col. 55. H. Spiltlina said he should bo very eciitls
ticil If ho lliought ho In J enjojed the remarks of
.liulgo Hartwcll more than nny ono eluej ho there
foro look grinl plensuro in proposing n voto of
thanks for tli3 previous speaker. Iho motion was
seconded nnd carried with npplnuse.
Colonel Sodding then proposed lint committees
bo nmioiutcd, respectively on Labor, Cultivation,
.Machfncr), Legislation, Itcciprocity, Trniiiporta
tion, ilnnufncturo of Sugir, nml nn Kxocutiio
'I ho chairm m explained that tho object of theso
committees was to placo thocouvcntioiiiu working
.Mr. A. J. Culwright nsked if it would not bo in
order to first orgnnuo tho body ns assembled.
Mr. Adams said it seemed to him tint tho report
of tho Mi'tous committees would load to nn organ
isation. '1 ho chairm in then proceeded to nominate the
various committees, ns follows!
lilw Messrs. 55. S. Spalillns, .1. f Olide, W.
fl. Irwin, A. Uiitn, W. O. Smith, S. T. c mder,
C. 1'. Hnrt, W. V. Gnnt. V. II. llalley.
t'tittiinlioii Mes,rs. II. .M Whitnoy. G. N. Wtl
cox,J. M. Alex indor, J. N. Wright, i:. A. Huichartlt,
. S. Wilcox, Goo. Holmes, . H. Smith, Dr.
Wetmoro nnd .1. II. triper.
Viuhiuftui. I). Spieckols, C. V. Hnrt, II. H.
Hind, .1. 31. Iiidgito, W. II. llo.vell, 1!. H.alstoad,
II It. Mncfarlme.
l.ftrl(tlin, S. Hartw ell, 1" C. Junes, Jr., J.
Viistin, J. Woods. ,T. II. Paly.
HeeijiiiKitiiiS. T. Vlexander, U. P. Ad mis, A. J.
Cartw right. S. II. Dole, S. h. Austin. T. K. Clarke.
0. Notley, A. Young. J. II. Atherton.
Vhimwi titlioitll. A. Witlomann, T.1I. Hobron.
W. H. Ilickard, A. Drelrr, W. H. Coniwcll.
Maiiitfacluie at .S"iKir H. A. Mncfle, Jr.. II. 1
llatdwin, C. Koehling. A.Hanneberg, P. N. Makcc.
Km ntiir U. P. Vdauis, W. O. Irwin. '.. S Snil
dmg, A. S. Hnrtwell, I. H. Pat).
.Mr. II irtwcll proposed that tho Executive Com
mittco report on tho H.rnnncnt organisation of
this bod). Carried.
As tho meeting was about to adjourn, Col. W. V.
Allen said ho had v.clcomo news for nil. Ho read
from n lottor just to hand from Minister Allen, of
W'oshlntoii, "'Ihero is no donbt the treat) will
run Its time," which is September, IfcSI.
.Mr. T. It. Walker considered that nu adjourn
ment was tltsirablo on account of the arrival of
tho mail. Hn moved that lhoyntijonrnuutillOa.nl.
on ltie-.tln, tho SIst instant. Cainttl.
'I UhsniY, Mnich -'1st, lS-
In addition to thoso present jestcrdav, there
were the Hon. A. T. Jutld. II. A. Widemann, W.
W. Hall, C. Afong nnd W. N. Armstrong.
'1 ho Secretary, F. A. Schaefer, read tho minutes
of ycstcrda)'n meeting which wero confirmed.
Mr. Hnrtwell niovud tint tho leports of com
mittces bo read, laid upon tho table and taken up
as tho meeting should vote. Carried.
Tho 1st report lend was that on Legislation b
I'd. Mr. S. T. Alexander read his report on Itcci
procity. ltd. Mr. II. A. Wideiiianii on transportation of
lth. Air. It. . .Macho on the luauufactuio of
fith. Mr. H. P. Adams lead tho n port of tho Kx
eculivo Committee, which was Riipplemented by
nu pruiHjse'ii coiiiiiiiuiiou nun ov-inws oi luo
Planters' Labor nnd hug ir Company, presented
uy .nr. iinriweii, which was louowetl uy
lug of tlio charter that had been granted,
ilr. Whitnoy lmhu.' ni rived, ho nresonted tho
leport of tho cnlthatiou of cauc.
Mr. John D. bpieckcls followed with n leugthy
nnd exhaustive report on machinery, moro partic
ularly explaining tlio nature ami superiority of
that used by tho Hawaiian Agricultural Sociel).
Ha fully illustrated the nth mtigesof tho !lo
roller nrrangcinent over that of tlnee-rollor mills
tint nro in general use. Ho nlso set forth tho
economy of tho compound engines.
Tho report on labor not being read), .Mr. P. C.
Jones, jr., moved tho report of tho Kxccutlvo Com
mitteo bo taken np for consideration.
Mr. Widemann moved tint it bo considered
sect ion by section. Carrud.
'Iho Constitution w is then read by tho Secretary.
Ill HUbstaure it v.asns follows i
1 The name to he tlio Hnwnliiu Planters' Asso
ciation. " Tho object to bo tlio encouragement of cano
1" """ " """ "'"tuiaeiuro i sasar.
,J l ll0 luoinbora to bo confined lo nctnal owners
of .s0"'0 plnyting interest.
planting mul nnnuiacturo of tugnr.
I 'lhoofilcers lo bu President, four Vleo lhesi-
ilenls, Corresiwudiiig nnd Ilecordlng Secretary,
'Creasurcr anil AuJitor.
5 '1 ho duties of officers defined.
C A quorum to consist of not les- than twenty
7 .Meetings to bo annually in October of each
6 Hie mual niuendnnj poor b) a two thirds
Tho meeting then ml join mul till U0 r. u.
Whin tho membors nsscmbled ngiii'i, tliolollovv
lug gentlemen wero dieted officers tf tho Amocia
l'rosideut, Hon, S. N. Castle.
Vieo Presidents, K. P Adams, Oahu j S, L. Aus
tlu, Hawaii t S. T. Alexander, ilaui ; G. N. Wilcox,
rcsixiudiiig Secretary. P. C. Jones, Jr.
ordiug Secretary, F. A. Scheefer.
iroasurer, J. H. l'aty,
Auditor. W. W. Half.
The above ofilcers arc ex-ofilcii members of the
'I he meeting then proceeded to consider the re
port ot tho Ijtbor Committee.
Messrs. Drier, I'nna and Soiwr noku very highly
in favor of tho New Hebrides people, wtio had
given great satisfaction. Mr. Greeu reoel n letter
which he had received from the Japanese Foreign
Minister, in which it was Intimated that tho Japa
nese Government would be willing to allow emi
gration to these Islands, nud would make a special
clause in tho treaty. The wording of the letter
was however soniowuat Indefinite.
'1 ha meeting then adjourned until 10 o'clock
Wr-UMJum, March KM, lbd..
Meeting called to order at 10 'Si x, si. Minutes
read and approved.
Moved by Mr. V.. P. Ail mis that plantation
agents ha admitted to membership.
V. A, bchsefur moYed that a committee of three
bo appointed to select a mora commodious room
for holding tho meeting. Carried. Chair appoint
ed U. P. Adams, J. O. Glade, and H. U Austin.
IL P. Adams, Chairman of Committee on Funds,
lC)otted that it was advised that members
subscribe $-1 each towards the ceueral eiieiisei
uf the association. Heport accepted nud hid on
table for future consideration.
W, (). Smith Would liko to ask of planters pre
sent w her-)! u lies ths main objection to l'ottu
guese. J.N. Wright Ihty nre n dedrable clas nio
uood for mill work but ureter Chinese : nre suita
ble for nil work except handling animals owing
to temper nnd cratlt). Am anxious to try Coolies.
s'esroes from the Srath U what we want
AiTailor, ...,M..W. t,. Orieu,
hire. The New Hebrides nro good workers nnd
docile, nnd wonld liko lo sco moro here.
W. II. llalley I tried to gel Negroes In Kansas
ni ino inuo oi ina cioaus " tint found it impossi
ble. Chinese nro Iho best mnle drivers I hnve.
New Chinaman don't liko learning but som team
nnd liko it. Am opposed to Portuguese ai team
stem on account of cruelty. Thoy nro passionate,
hard to nnnngo and will shirk work.
J. N. Wright ChliiOTo will do to work with
mules but not with cattle. Don't know bnw in
put )okeou cattle or howtomnnngo them. Por-'
uigucso no goou nav s worKitio too inucli in n
Dr. IkOllinsOtl I find Portlltrtiesn i,.,n,l nlll.
tcims. . .
, i. .'iiiuiv, ir. j mi tiiiierenco oi oniniou m
may tuner ironi those nccnstomeil to field work, i
Mr experience with Ckiiiei n linllru.1; ilrt.ai-4 i....
leen satisfactor). They are not nbnsivc, learn lo I
joke the cattle, nnd if I could got nsufllcleut num
bor like mine would prefer them to unlives
H r Alexander ( hino.se do not like to work I
with animals that kick with one end and poke
with the other
II. P IJahlwin -Hnve found Potlngueso supe-
or to ( hineso. t mt lot from Madeira weie not I
bo good na others from Azores. OIvo less trouble,
except In regard to food, than any others, lletter
muscled tlmn Chinese and do taorB work, and
their example onconrigcs the Chinese to work
M,r. TTT ; I"l5 1'M"gueo nnd find them
good In mill nnd cane Held. Give ver) little Iron
. WuH-.,"Lckrtr5lrn,;u ,ri.c.a "c,ul eteiy clans
but South 8oa Islanders. Have II Portiieuwe, (!
women i common laborers know of none sura
lloi , arc faithful, diligent, peaceful nml have vet
to have tho first tronblo with llipm llir,, i.l.,i
them driving mules working nt stable. cl.irltln.
ii ,. jincue, ir. jius tniierencc of oniniou m Viceroy ol canton proiiimtlng Clnneo emloral on
i I ortngnese is probably owing to having i to Hawaii. It will bo dilllcnlt to convince them
classes to deal with. I here nro Porltt I tint the Chinese nro not (rented improperly hero
ill 1 OrtUffllese. rilOAf, frnm flin l,n. tin! llmrimrritTiirnt Will itft wliftl If fnt, I iinU
cano carrier mul with nnchlne dr)ingBinmr, but ' Judge Widcnnnn We nro sliott of labor now
thcvnreex)ensive, I nnd wo must oxpect somo troublo with any. We
J. M. Aloxandei Move report of Labor Commit- want tho best nntl easiest to get.
leo bonccepted. .Mr. lllokard Movo Hint nvolcof thanks bo tend-
L. P. Adams 1 his discnsslon is interesting nnd I oreil .Mr. Armstiong. Cairietl.
would liko to hear more. . S. Spalding '1 imo illes mul wo nhould get
Chair makes few icmnrks. i down to work. Wo want to "prsh tho Iho Gov-
W, O. hmlth Porlugueso immigiation is most eminent" nml tho proposed ''Labor nnd Snppl)
important; fthmild Ira considered now as it is in Company" will bo best to do it with. Let us do
netital oi tuition. Mntlornf getting Hindoos, No-' lidonboul this question now. Lot lliosowho do
groes, South Son Islanders, orotht rs should bo nn ! slro lo bo stockholders sign tho charter. I think
after consideration. Government is to bring
thorn heio nntl let ns considir present needs.
Would liko to know nbout Ihoir ro-shlpphig, fami
lies, children, etc. Hnvo had somo experience.
Trouble with rations at fitst, mostly from tho
wives of laborers who had to coik tin ir ami food.
After time wns out nud released thoy worked on.
They wcro faithful mul good workers. Worked
well when no ono was near, llojs nre very valua
ble as early nslljoirs of ngo. i'nmilies nro im
portant factor in looking to future supply of labor
as thoy nro very prolific.
S. T. Aloxniulcr Hnvo 60 Poituguse. Do not
boird them or issuo rations. Allow them SS tier
month. Pay tho women when thev work. '
W. II. Itlctnrd When heio n short time tlicv
buy iileasoof the women, nud then boird tlicui
selves If they work (lion I pay them fiO cents per
dnv. .Men get 0 per mouth, children ?2.
Dr. Wetmoro At Pnpalkou have 10 Portuguese
good, industrious, quiot and sivlii'. Hoard $8
per month. Havo CO Chines and think will ot
them, but prefer Portuguese.
J. N. Wnght-Ont of 121'oitugue-u IU wero mar
ried. Women contracted to work but would not
and I icloased thorn. I bond the women. Allow
rations for nil children nnd even infants draw
rntions. Tho total expense per ino'ith for each
man employed equals Sly.
O. llurchnrilt Movo that committee bo npiioiut-'
ed to collect nml have printed statistics on Portu-1
W. O. Smith moved to adjourn to 2. v. M.
The members of Iho As.(Ociatiim repaired in u .
bod) to nccept tho invitation .if His Jmjesty. Tol-
loun JIuestv: 'Iho Planters' Association havo
nccepted jour very kind invitation to lunch with
)ou todny, nsnn indication that ou npprccinlo
tho objects which they have m view, mid tho mag
nitude of tho interests w liich tlicy rcprcsont. The
members of this Association nro practical men, nc
customed to deal with facts, nnd not excelling m
imaginative diction or m mero lip-service. 'Jliey
rcpic-cnt, us I understand, threo-fourlhs of the
capital of this couutr). They include, ns I
believe, no men who are seeheis after any
place, picfernient, honor or dignity, othci than
that high honor nntl dign'ty of being Iiw-observ-mg
members ot this community, legnrdful nbovo
nil things of tha preservation nnd long-continu-mice
of tho law and good order which Ins nhvnvH
provailid in theso i-datuls since tlicy becamo
established ns nn Independent nation.
I should do injustice to tho feelings which I
know animate, the minds of nil tno gentlemen in
this Association, if I neglected totmm-oyou, ns I
do nssuro you, that tho Planters' Association have
nt heart tho malulennnce as thoy have largely tho
supiKirt of Yonr .Majesty's Government, nnd of
the institutions of this country. They recoguizo
with plensuro nnd thankfulness tho evidence that
) our Ministry nrorondy to co-opernto with them
in nil proier and rcasounblo efforts for tho agri
cultural nntl commercial prosperity of this nation.
Audit will. I know, bo the mm nnd thoeffoit of
tills Association, to lender nil lensonnblo nnd
proper nid in co-operating with jour Ministers in
their laboia foi the genual good of tho entire
If capital is naturally sensitive heio, as it is
everywhere eUe, to nuv possibilit) of mnl-ndmiu-istrationof
tho law?, or of nuy uufairdistributiou
of social bunions; if it require here, ns It does
elsewhere, a fnll nud equal piotection of tho law,
it Is also truo that it is tho groat conseivntivo of
peace, tho firmest opponent of nny innovation of
tho old land marks which mark tho prospTity of
Mostof tho members of this Ahsoci ituin havo
tho ploasiiio and the honor of Your Majestj's per
sonal acquaintance. Tliej dciro mo to express to
von their thanks for onr nnnrlpqi..
Ir. Armrtroug replied for the King.
Meeting called to older nt 2.10. Mr. Adims of
committco on becuring .mother loom reported that
Gov. Dominis had kindly allowed the plnuters tho
uso of the armor) ovor lh uwerttCo's store. Meet
ing ndjonriicd to nrmury.
1.. P. Adams cilleJ to tlio chair.
S. L. Anstiu Have emplo)ed Ptntugueso mid
natives principally. Portuguese nro good workers
and ilia well s itlsiiod with them. Give inon .7 per
mouth ns food iiionoy, children ?2 and women,
when thoy v.ork, ?.r.. Not good tcamstirs ns they
hr.vsbul tcmiKrs. Don't want to lcship. Uhoy
want land of tin Ir own, nnd havo offered them
land to luduco them to remain. Wnnt moro hut
will take Chlneso if I cm get nothing better.
Would like to try New Hebrides people. Pay men
$10 women C. A emgo cost of laborer per month
tor three jenrs, including over) thing, Slii to 20.
J. H. Atherton Tho consideration of Portugueso
immigration is important nt this time and I think
wo should bo moro direot in our remarks.
O. Ihuchardtngaiu moves to have Labor Com
mittee collect statistics on Portuguese.
A. II. Smith Think importation of Portuguibo
will keop price of labor down as Cliincso nsk more
ns soon us tho supply falls short. 'J his will glvo
us the labor of tho Portuguese and of othora also.
Portuguese will continue to work nfter expiration
It. A. Maclle, Jr. seconds llarchardt's motion.
J. N. Wright Let us coiuraenco at first causs
and carry it nut. Inquire here what is tho proper
labor and if n maioritv decide on Portuuuose then
sond for them nt once, nnd make an appropriation
for the purpose. I want 0 men; if I see no pros
pect ot getting them it will lessen my acreage of !
cane this jear one-fourth. Think nearly every
ono preoent needs laborers. IxH other matters
stand, nud decide ou this now
llarchardt's motion carried.
S. T. Alexander moves that Mr. Armstrong be
askod to address the Association at his conrenieiice
in regard to immigration. Carried.
Mr. Armstrong being present sugge.tcu tuat tue
better idan would be for the nlauters to nsk him
J questions aud ho would nnswirnswell as ho could. ity of the Government seta nsidothut nf the Igis
Tbe substnuco of his remarks in answer to many I lature? 'luo money voted by the Legislature torn
questions by different planters was as follows;
I 'Iho ship ?.'n of' Ihtllioiute is now duo with MO
Portuguese, IBS of whom nro men. The next lot
I will bo dispatched in n bteamer nud nnother will
probably tollow soon nfter. At present ihe pros-
I pects for ohuiniug Portuguese looks fav orablo but
wo do not know what auothei mall will bring.
Tho immigration will bo continued while the np-
nronrialion lasts. No ConiuiHilouer has leu
I sont Iiere from 1'ortUKil, but the 1'oitusiue Gov
I eriimeut ma) apiuiut a Consul Ueucral to repre
sent it. '1 ha planters are topaj for bringing Iho
men here, nud the (iovermueut invi tho pdnsagoof
the wumen and children. 'Ihink It a tjotxl invent
meut for th Uovemmeut. for oich iruinicr.iut, tho
nay 110 lantn, n worm at lean oiw 10 me country.
I Would liko to see i many immii;raiiu brought
uriv 111111 in. i uiuiiiuui nuuiu iivi nixit lu KB. i unreiq huh mo uiiiiiw-iw. in. u uiviiiiiuui VI.
laborer. If wo cannot cet uhnt we want from ! the nujur milU aud plantntloiH of thU Rroup.
I'ortURil we uu.t look ilMwheret we mat have I 'Ihe pnucipal batinesiof the conveutiou i to dia
laborer. '1 he Oovernmcnt is vv illinp to do all ',lu cuas and adopt ineaH3re.i to advance, their interests,
its power, but want to know that it Im the plant- nnd to provide fortbeproenriut! nf n vupply of
I IU. fur m dniinv my at.fnrfruiu th KIoHjih T, 7 ,. ,'-"' "."?.V... "." T." ".".-1 rrry:r
qnilerfull J'owcr of Attorney. CHA1. It. HlhllOI'. y tilt uuiltr.lsntd. OAicl!. hlus b JIoboIbIu I OMioCUia
rrs to back il. Am glad this Association has been
organized) It should linvo been done sooner nnd
could havo been fivo 5canago....llitiilootitiestion
is n delicate ono lo handle. Owing to fonner
nbnses in their emigration from India tho Kuglish
(JoTornmont watches them closely, nntl insists on
full protection. Wo must enact laws concerning
them liko those in Colonics whero thoy nro used,
nnd submit llicni to the Indian Government.
They are not easy to get, but wo may have to try
I nulla, u tins vssociuion win cneonrago any im-
migration tint will not endanger tho imlepeiulenco
m tuts uoveninicui i nin in witn it ..iiio New
' Hebrides people aro bird to got owing to tho do-
tnil f.ir llipnl hi rill nnd (3npo,wHiiil Prtn aaI
somo lint not many Orders w ero Issued bv the.
iceroy oi t anion pruiiiuiiing ciuneopmi
iiiiporlatlou in largo nunibors is not looked upon
ulili n rlnn lit- rntivllint 4 nn,-... ..,. ,,.i
If o bring more it will probably be well toongago
them for a period of jcar say five nnd then
send them bnc't It will not bo ensv to get them
to no back, bu. i' must bo done. I think they
could be got at iho biiuio rate ns thom Unit have
been brouuht here by ciiaaaiim them direct nml
not dealing with shippers. .. Uilnk that denirable
negro lalior can bo obtained from the Lmted
states, inoy ire no; an emigrating iioople, bnt
thero are sections of tho South whero they could
be obtained. llioj me jjooel workers, speak
ChrIIbIi nnd unileistaud onr laws and nre moro
Intelligent than the majority of laborers we have
vet tried. Only -1.000 or 1.000 laborers aro required
ueio now, nml 1 cio not think thoro would bB much
dilllcnlt) in getting ,000 desirnblo workmen who
havo been nccustomed to working for JS per
mouth, and v. ho nro willing to go where (hej
would be moie prosperous. I know Ihem to bo
good workers and have made inquiries to soe what
the chances are of obtaining labor from that
sourco nntl what It will cost
nil should do so.
An animated ilfscussioii on this matter followed
which continued until five o'clock, when J. Austin
moved that thoo who havo not signed boicqnesled
to como forward nnd do so. Carried.
Meeting ndjourncd nt MO.
Thursday was spent In organizing tlm Laboi ami
1'ritla), MnicliL'ltli, 1&.
'I Im minutes of the previous meeting weinic.ul
Mr. Irwin, on behalf of tho lesulent mcmbeis
of tho Association invited the planters to luncheon
nt tho Ilrilish Club Siturday, which was ncceptcd.
.Mr. J.M. Aloxnnder moved to disband this As
sociation'and leconimend tho Planters' Labor and
Supply Co. to confirm nil tho committed appoint
ed by this Association.
Mi. L. 1'. Adams spoko strongly in favor of tlio
lontinuaucoof tills Association. Ho said it was
tho Hist that had been started for L'jeai-.
Messrs. S. II. Dolo and W. O. Smith spoko in
favor of tho motion.
Mr. Witlein inn thought there could bo no harm
in continuing tlio Association until Octobei next.
Mr. T. It. Walker moved ns nn nmendment Hint
this Association remain in stain tji until next
Tho amendment was t irricd.
1 ho Association adjourned nt noon nnd re ns
sembled nt ISM r. m. A motion to ro consider tho
previous question was brought forward nnd carried.
.ho original motion of ,
Ul As1so:m.lio!' w' Vleu
i no original motion or .ur. A lexanuer to ellsmntl
put, I'nu u'trrictt uy mi
was then tendered to tho
Chairman. Vleo Pie-ddent nntl Hecrelnrv. which
wero bncily acknowledged by tho Hon. S. N. Castle,
nntl the Association disbanded.
The Native Press.
(I'roin llie Jiuvloii.)
Vn Ihinon. A certain mistaken iden has become
very picvoleut nmong the peoplo of this citv, and
piobably in other districts nlo. It is in regard lo
tho Ten .Million Dollai Loan, about which thero is
so much talk; nml this is tho error: It is said, nnd
behoved by some, that if tho proposed loan .bill is
passed, nud the government nhtnlns tho money,
then ever) body cnlt-procecd to borrow this money
at a low ritu of iuteict, for the purpoe of piofit
The first eiroi consists in supposing that tho
getting iiosoossion of n lnigo sum of money by
going in debt for it is tho way to get rich. '1 hat is
not true. In ordci to ncquiro wenlth ono must bo
n skillful vvorkci,nud to know how to uso the
money ho receiv es. Somo of our people hnv e said,
" they want to seo much capital brought into tho
comitrv ; it would bo a means of their bscoming
wenlth) b) borrowing cheapl)." Sou if a person
hnotnbloto keep nud uso his own smnll means
so that thej will increase, how will ho bonblo to
keep and usu profitably n laige sum, belonging to
somo ono else, which ho has boriowcd? If un
skilful in small things, ho will be unskilful in
largo ouis. Tint is plain toboundcrstood. China
men come to this countiy very poor in purso.quito
strangers, but they soon got tlio run of things and
nccumulnlo wealth. Why is this? Isitb) borrow
ing luone) nt low intcre-at? Xo, but bv industry
If n largo amount of nioney were brought heio
nntl loaned out nmong our common peoplo, it
would bo. tho men us of speedily bunging them to
poverty nud ruin. This statement does not, how
ever, npply to nil our peoplo, for wo havo bouio few
among us who know how to work, are not afraid of
lnboi, and know how to pr.ac.tico economy.
Hero is nnother error of thoo who nio greedy
for the ten millions. 'I hoy supposo that if tho
government obtains this ltrgosum, it will b n
matter of courso that eveij fmocangonud borrow
it. Xow this is not clear. Thopossessorof nvonoy
is not going to loud it without c.ood securilj from
tho borrower in tho shape of a mortgage. And,
moreover, it the government does succeed in bor
rowing tins sum ot money, it will bo by paying
interest on it, nud if loaucd out to the peoplo, is it
not to bo Gupposed tho rjovcruniont will ennrga u
still higher rate of intereft? seeing Hint it must
provide for thepavmeut of the Inrgodcbt incurred,
both principal nnd interest.
Moreover, if the government doos borro v ten
millions, it is not cleni just what will bathe policy
in disposing of tho money, l'erlmps thero nro
some Loutempl itcd Improvements on which to ox
nend this moucv . It is ronorted that thero is talk
of building a licet of war vessels, and fortifying
our islands with -forts, nud if fco, it is likely that
ten millions will not be enough for thoso purposes,
so that the peoplo nfter nil will not got any of this
money that is so much talked of. Ono thing, how
ever, is certain, that when tho debt comes lo bo
pni'i, me people win nnvo to ocar mo utiruen
(from llie Kttlt I'oaloU,
Tin. Yoici. ot Tin Watchiun. The Important
work for Hawaii at this day is not to consider the
benefit of wealth, or of pcrsontl advantage; these
aro well enough in their way but above nil, tho
ropopuUtloit of the couutry. Large sums of
money have been herein expended, but without any
result. That money would as well have been
thrown Into the seu. Aud why U this? What
, rawer is higher than the Legislature? Wo nil
' know that it is nuove nu else, saving only the
i nowcrof tho King. Aud how Is It that thonuthor-
i certain purposo Is spent for some altogether dif-
I forcnt onol Is this tho wny to do work? It is
wild that the .J0,000 intended for making n road
i over Nuuauu. lu order to protect tho lives of tho
people, hns gone off lol'ortugal! It this is true,
where is tho Hawaiian who will not beilissatistledf
This is indeed ii strange proceeding!
A few days hence tho Assembly will open. And
will Iho Roveruincnt undertake to put 011 Kirs in
the llou-ic? Will they attempt to justify thelt'i
dUreinl of tho will of the fiesiion of im) l'er- '
hapa tho attempt will bo made; but we trust that
the conilnir session will take care so that It limit Im
linptwilblo to expend tho pabllo money In oppo
nit 1 011 to the order of tho kcRiblalure!
Jut mm, wo hnvo in till city tho ov.ner nud
labor from nbroad. Wo nro very desirous of Iho
advancement of tho country In prosperity, ami wo
aro ever ready to nssist therein.
And with tills statement of our views wo make
ono reservation; and that Is, that wo are firmly of
tho opinion, that the government should smiervlso
nml excrciso its nnthorily oTer nil enterprises for
tho introduction uf immigrants; that no ouo should
bo nt liberty to carry on tho business ns they may
seo fit, nnd for their own pcisonnl benefit nnlv.
o frequently receive letlors from our poor r,..
low creatures, for whom wo feel such tlei p sympa
thy, who aro living in tlio painful nnd griovious
isolation of tho Leper syliim. Their utterances
nro very affecting, wherein they tecito their special
troubles', and more particularly when they com
I'lniiii'n tlicy often do, of Iho nbscneo of any
skilled medictl nttcudntict) for diseases not con
nected with leprosy quote fr-am
n'jiut' ii iiiuu le-itc'l-i.
"Hero wo nro in the midst tf grief Not nnlv
from the ntlliction of leprosy, h it other diseases
1 but we have no doctor.'
S had sevoi tl doctors formerly the first
iwns afraid lo go near the sick to him it wan
nu evil spirit, it scorching fire which he kepi at a
distance, lie was of no use Tho second wns
Ronicvvhnt belter; but he has dlsnppeared. Whnt
;s the meaning of tills? Aro wo go very foul ni to
! be abandoned nltogethet i Or nro wo ever ngnlu
tolnvenn) help? If nol, tho saying will be f nl
Jllletl taken to halavrvo to die, mid not lollve!''
" Lxert )ourelf to linvo nmtlt.ri rcfonncil hero.
I.ot pioiwrfootl be pi-ovidetl for the comrort ot the
sick, nnd not old and sour food phvsteiati for
nilmeiitft iwwe from lepros). A klntl Superin
tendent ' l
Kniniii PiiKssi Iho Momrs. Hllchcocl; com-
nini nro propc vrtnjj itt a vety satisfactory nnnnci
I llfl ni t llllll eaifllixn nf .u i..n .. . . .
. ....... ...... rwiutu. u. nug-ir oounig nro nero con-
dueled v;irh n thoroughiiessniid perfection uusnr-
I- .. ............ miuii IUU 1MII1U3. 11 WOllllI
seem that nil Iho iwisiiilo sugni Is procmed from
tho jaice. A largo iwrcenlngo of "Nci. 1" is llrnt
exlrncted, but instead of cooling Hio molnBscs
theicfiom, and allowing it to grnnulnlo in Iho
..-, .. .,... .v . Kiuiiimi, iuv inn nun fin bjoclcu
i- ... ..in. miuii-unil
"No. 2 sugar
equaling ordinal) "Xo ! in color and OTari7nig
liciirl) as higli is llie icsull. Consequently "No's
1 and 2 nro inatlo almost simultaneously and nro
.- ,-........ iiiuecn nn iiuri'i
i, " :.)!"".'.". i".?1 '" l" b!,nio time. Uranuln
tlou of "Xo. .!" Ishastened in liko manner, and Is
tend) foi drying in four or fivotl ivh. "Xo. 1" fol
ows Iho usual process of "Xo. .T' elsewhere, but
nstcail of wnshiiig tho molasses therelrom in
to tho ocean, it Is kegged nud shipped to Snn
linneisco, whero it hi lugs :.' cents per gnllon.
Mr. Loobcnstciii who hns this department in
charge, Ins also Invented nu ingenious pauntlnch
ineiit wheieby ho nrccrtiiins tho density of jnlco or
,,,,1 lccf.ll Mlmnln T fa. Ill . ..'..
"": ' ,Ti7 , ,",, ' '""," '"V1 "incr iinmakua
nnd Hllo plaiilalloiis, 1'apalkou has but littlo
ntlrrn-- mi limiil slit....!.... 1-.. lll,l ,
....-.. ....... ..., ,.... .iiciiiiiL-s ueing compara
tively good. The lower cane fields wheio bono
(ItlBt tlltil II all Id ItAln inn.i .. -..-.t r. . .(
; i i ii 7ii V. v '""" as icriiuyera nio
looking well. lho-o higher up aionol sohealthv
mid strong, vet pi omlMi fair returns. Among the
things Mr. H.O. Hitchcock will enquire into dur
his cistern visit will bo iwtnsh fertilizers, l-otash
boing thn constllnent lacking in this soil hndn
very ncccssniy ono for cnnoctilllvntioii. Hoio ns
nt Ookal.1. ploughing is performed with sulky
ploughs, which givegrcnt satisfaction, mules bo
me used to draw them.
Among Toitugui so this plantation Ins hilhoilo
ptnnril llin luut iniininiin.. .. ..
...,,.,. . ...- "." "-i-Kiiiiuii "I liny UK)I1 1110
slant!, bttt during tho pist two months n change
lms been noticed hero In tho conduct of Inboieis
of that iintionalil). 'J'ho .Messrs. Hitchcock nt
tributoit chiefly to protracted disngieenblo woathur,
which has cloudetlnnd soured most minds and ills'
"""""" "" ijj-uiiy nio crisis wnsnntlciiMted.
If i-inin. I iml nn,l ....-.. . l- , . .
.. ...... ...... ,,,.H1J v.utus nun gestures
wero freel) indulged in by n fow obstreiieious
jqnthsvvhowonhl bo satisfied with notliing but n
trip to H,o. Jir. i). jr. Hitchcock proved himsolf
equal to tho occasion. Ho explained to them his
v lows of tho situation, good naturedh, blaming tho
weather foi their iiglincs ni shirking work, nud
promising not only to give lost tlnio to thoso who
hnd not evaded moro than n day or two, but also
nfiprinir In Inasmi llw ii lnim,.r ...-i-l ..
iV .i " ni iiii cuiiiiiicinix mouiiis
. "y.'i".')1'" to tllur '",1 nnd perforin
their duly faithfully like men. This was a move
ment they were unprepared for nnd capitnlntcd
with in my excuses for their laziness, and pledges
of nnieiidinent. A fow, however, too ugly to jlcld
even before such generous kindness, insisted upon
being mid for misspent tune, nnd wero nccord-
nifilv liir.irTiii.jl fliif c.ll- .-A..I.1 . i .. . .
::""' : """ ", -"" nuuiu uo urougui ngninst
iHc.r!1 lQ1recor ilamnges for violation of contrnct.
Aith tho oxception of threo nil acknowledged
their error nnd promised nmendment. 'Iheircaso
came upon Tuesday when tho jutlgo ordered them
llrtrlr lu nnl 1.. nffur nfit I.... .1. 1 -... ..
, '., T.. r .w " "tjui.iuu tor turco
dollars upon theii several bank accounts. Thus
doth tho adolescent mind over piy for its whistle!
Oriniliug is progressing slow!) nt Honomu, not
withstandiug tint plenty of good cano is ready
nnd tho mill is largo enough. Tho dlfiicultv lies
111 Mm l.nt' nf n ni.nw..:..,. .. ... . ''
... ..... .,. . uiiii-L,4..tiiiKiiMrir.llus WHICH is not
cviiectctl in t mo to havo all th.H jear's ciop.
atci which is veiy nbniidnut is used exclusively
ns a motor. A hugo wheel, GS feet in diameter nnd
seven feet wido carries tlio mill, nnd another
eighteen feet m diameter runs tho centrifugals,
water from tho largo wheel beimj subsequently
dropped upon the smaller. A tolerable Innding
makes (.hipping possiblo lo experienced handsoven
in rough water, lml others are apt to coma to grief
tisdid tho bo it one morning I was theie.whcn it
hauled in with forty bags of rice, nnd turned bot
tom up in the seething Foap suds which effectually
washed out its contents.
Mr. C. Afong's new mill is ouo of the finest in
tho kingdom. Ho has ub uuloucd his old one, nnd
intends transferring its pan to tho now mill thus
ucrcnsing its capacity. He cniplo)s about X)
laborers yet fears- ho will run short of help. In n
fow months tho contracts of many will hnvo ex
pired, and replacing them will bo difficult in tlio
present stale of tho labor market. Though pos
M ssed or one of tho best landings on this coast ho
has n great quantity of sugar on hand, his schooner
being unable to carry it all away.
Pinctlcal Painter. Bccointar, Glider,
Graiiicr nml Loiterer, "Wnllukn, Mnui.
JUST RECEIVED PER"C. R. BISHOP,"
IViico . he.Sniidfl; staphs, block ami gilv ,
Lharcoil 'I In I'late., t lurcoal Iron, Saucepans
lea KcitlcK. Cane Knhu.
bellow Metal, 'genuine Mmitie,' 10. IB, M ij,i,
l'owtler, ', nnd 1 Hi. Mni. shot.D, luand 13. eli
'i im .i tin
I'or sole by II. HAUM'Kl.ll A Co
A SMALL INVOICE Or
k t it iiisiioi1 ran h.vi.K m
Ji "Ulin II. IIACKFIILII .V, 10.
'kl'HI.NU niMIMCM K muStTHIM MMJ
JT IIUJliu) oii,JAUUIIKibllKll.willcontIiiiintlio
Jlaiiufactiiro of 1 liber'. L'lisiniiagiie Ciller, ami will
lli nil lu llie iMuluia. generally.
Ilouohilii, MnrcliTlh, m: ISltVKI. l'IBIIKll.
Ih'nl liu m-lni
Ilaus Vuulliiluw will be glad I play Ultu.lcal
JlatlC t evenbi i partlct on lnrxUrnto It rim. leant
elvenln l'liuofoifn playlug II IX) per Iriian, If within
hlf Irtlle of the I'o.t Onice, hej oml ihatti.U). Com
MUlilcalloii. left at WELLS' Mimic Hlnrn will be
promptly miciiiIm! lo. 71 WJ 3m
To Ai'i-hu per Hnvi'ii Hark KAhK!
100 Tons, 11 1'imiimIn.
b. fiu Mllui IW .ale ljy II IIAI'KFKI.II A CO
hi I'.iur.Alc, Cry.taUKa.'Icl IKer,
ik Minor uniurau,
llrrlln Kxport Ileer, Xomt fitn lkir
Jtnrey j'ain .vie.
JtfTrr'. I'Diltr, In 'l. i ii
roll M.i: IIY
I JI .'J DI
II. IIAl kVLLOXlii.
HA1.AWANORTH KOHALA HAWAI1
0oUU Poet OMce.
I 11 ll. J t NT ri.llSHrw nMillXUMHIII.il
dvenl new town., which will h alwij-t nailr
ktpt for lh Iravfllu-imWIc MeaUatcll boon.
Pitranise rrttwtfulh; lollclleil.
551-ci I,U.n lli:i;, I'rouiletor.
iSlLkTSartycol. I Sfulw uToploinrciar&Vfrbu? umxbr' W?Br"'vtMimrirfnaa
.lauU.aii. " I nf ilr fnltujin'. utv.V 1 IH. ' fl ifr1 """" I TV IhlMtlf..
J. T. Waterhouse
HIS STOCK OF GOODS!
No. I 0 Fort Street,
I 'lb Slot i httd't 0 v ;ie i Ay Mr. & Mmnln,
1 IN OllI)i: to rm ( T '
i A New Brick Building- !
In -It .( ihl i
, 1L L,m 'iliL.liLOM s MKltll0f91l.
1 Sowing Machines,
wmi r i
The Latest Improvements.
SMim mum I r .i' 1 5 II v. let n.n A Co
Blue iVIottled Soap.
UK SI pi JHOUQI in,
In Boxeis, 24 Ears eacii;
fur tsli- In ijuniitiili s to ult I y
"" v '"' II II ( M-n.1) CO.
looo nAnuELs or
German Portland Cement,
nit AI. 'IO TIIK III ST illlVN'lls
1'or Sale In (iinntllirs In s ill hj
"' 1 Im II. Hvr.M i. r.n .t en
mmii: rm;iiS!sxi:i hi:im:iiy
ii ."nmstHliojeio wlinin hi Is Iniltlitrd, nntl nlo
...... niiu.ii: milt Mini ill ,111111. Ill lirr.l 111 mill (Ctt II
heir nceoiitilj within the M:TTIIIItTV DA-VM.nVt
!imll"i!c"t 0 a, "") Kl"s,1"'n ftbo"1 Ihelunr
Sir. S. Mninlu will In atllnionicu f t'-il riirulhire
--., ..,.... j..... i mm., i a iiiiBt'iipt- ir. c;im. it.
ICeynolda Is aullinrlzeil lo collect iiionein mul lii re-
"!'.!:.. ,..,.. ., 4 Mwi.yi.v
tx Tin: MATrnii or tjii; v.i-
JL lata of iTnhn l'raer. In Probate.
-Notice Is kerelir given loojl perons Indebted to Ihe
I.Mile of sa hi John irn.cr, iliccarttl, that linmetllale
pnjmcnt villi bo requlrt d of fame. .m! all perrons In
Hhom ialil tutale In liulehtcd nru hereby noil led lonre-
Klll lllfilp rMlxta . ill. tl.. ... .... . 1. ....... t
... '-- ; - ...... mi- Fii.,yr lllllt:illT5, WIllllH U
month of Ihoilate hereof, at Ihe Ofllcn of T. Jt. Toiler
v v... , .1. uifj mil uy iiiii-it-r inrrt'o
r ii lONTKit,
IYornlnr.1 nt llw t,.t ullUn.l i.t.i .... . . . . , .
1 it. " "tie nin. ivitiu.vilL III llir IU1IT
John 1 taitcr
CAPTIOX ! "
-vtoiioi: is iii'.itniY jii:i. iiivi- in-
XT wire, Makalmoku havln-left lur b"d nml boanl
Ulllinilt III. I rntt.n t.p nrn.fii.nlt7... I l.M..i... r. i.i.i
pcrtou or pcrion harboring or triiKlltig licrnn my nc
ro,"."1 i ,. ..... WI,l1:il Will IT..
AiiAicrJA stim:i:t, iioxoi.ulu.
Z. MC.sic MASONS AMI I'M! 01' PIANO for
I'rflrl In! I Virl.itt I ti mil nnnn fl ... .. .. . -1 t ..
rnonlliV c' '"' ""'" " ''"
tir ii:riciii.i ursic noon ttini;
l'ltl va i'i! rim a l?i.l s -tin Hi-ini
V .null I hut choht a.rortiniiit of
Easter Cnrds, Plnin nnd Fringed;
tS I'or Sale at
Thos. C. Thrum's
I'nrt it. More.
EXTRA PRIME PORK.
TX JAItlti:r.S: i:XTI5A 1'AJHhV
X llcef, In half barrel.-Cal.n Iiuneu's limn., C'npii
ha.trrii llaeon, Uat i Uallfnmla Olitein-, Cnten l'alr
!'.1"h '.'.'It1'.-.1.11 S1""1 1u "' la11 ' received IIiIk tiny, per
W. CI IllWIN, ami for sle bj
fe''i iioLi.ns .t i'o
riour ! Flour ! I'loui
--. .v.... !! B lf.
fii:.v a nf r.xrit r.iwir.Y i'i.ouk.
" I'Kl UUIltKUIIQ
1 or alc i
1IOLI.ES .t CO
Paints in Oil !
WHITE ZINC AND WHITE LEAD,
In nu. of -ITi pound, tatli
iT I'or Mle bj
H'll Til Im
ii ii umi:ld .v cu
SPERM OIL !
raiiii: ;i:m:;i.m: .itiui.r, srit.vi.M.ii
H- ile , In ptrftct order Jnrt recthed per
fJAKY A: SI SAX." .
vLT Tor alt' Ijj
t3J cu;"', cr
m)M,i:s x h.
A I'UIYTj ASSORTMENT IXCIjUD-
.V .,'"- -V''om, Chabu, Calilev, Conlasc, nil nUei of
Manila anil Hemp; Cnttnn llnek. I hxmiil llimp Can
mi. Cotton anil f Inx Mil 'Ittlue
fir- roii ti.i; id
j iioi.i,i:s i.o
Billiard Table For Sale,
TX L'KisrncT oiu)i:i:, bTitAiiLi:
ii '.'".""r-oiiinhei riieian .v uoiiciiilfrciiiluoii
u.i.au.v wt-ti. mi iririiruiuriii-iioiiiri) ni
i: lit' I A I.
Wailuku Poi Factory.
Bi:sT Q17A.L1TV OP PAIAI MAX
iifacturtilioiintaiitlj Ml ortUr. nihil wllh ill..
Pll. K II. IIVILUV
-8JU: Walliil.li. Jlanl
IIK.MI'COISDACK. AND HOLT ROI'K.
a.v Assoui'jiiAi' or si.i.s iitoM -j i.a
it "if '' ui? 1!,,c'1 A1"'i hpunjarn M-llug, Itallln
xm. intiiioeiiicii .vino, hpunva
llou-ellno, Marline, Hounding, .tv.
IIOI.I.US .t CO.
com; i:nv i-im: nwiim.i.s.
ij, Ks Kalatnna, for alo hj lltll.bKh .t CO.
?lnrch I'i. Ml 45 w
coxsiNMi:xT or ai. ha.
wauan niijar 111 ins., t or naie hv
i X CO.
CIOLU.MIHA lUVKIt AXI FHA
J ZKH Itlvcr Salmon, lu perfttt orihr, In barrel..
r- ro mali; nv
Xo 19th. 1)1. IIIJLLKS i. CO, CI
hip tpars For talc.
fjlLCtEX riHf: NVAKN IHR NRir INK
ll for .ale latiulreor I'AIT. . IIEMI'rtTKAU.
Wt Slcam Tiu I'ek.
13AU1FJC UUIIIIKU PAINT,
JL A fnllattortiiictitaf Ihl. eeltbrjted lialiil nutl U
pand 3 calloii packajc, oil the ieilralilo .hatlet In
color.. Kor jlo liy IIOI.I.KS J. Co
ULO0K.3 AND MAST HOOPS.
PTi:r. iHo.v MTKtrri:i himiuu
. ... 1 J.'.'wi,.le ,roli ,1,n,l'l,e'' "lock", 1'atent IIii.IiIiir
1 lain Iliuhlicn full ni.orlnieii tot l
I ' i noi.LUn.tco.
I UHOCKKIKM - l 1I0VIM10.NN.
Avuiiii assout-muxt or tixi:
(IllOUhlllKH ai Mholi.ale ami llrtull
friiw i.i: 11 v
ov IVlli. l IIOLI.V t .t CO
EXTRA MESS BEEF!
I.N UtKKi:iA. Mnrrnnlcil
friiw hM.t: mv
it I.imhI illrle
iiji.i.i:s x co
OATS, UAltl.iTV, 1IKAX, COItX,
v ho ft nntl lUy j.r "1) t liirr'anilfV, II
For.aleljrlJOLi.KS X Co.
Cor.ibiiJiA itivini saj.mox, in
barrel! ami half Unci.. I'or aaU hi
IHlI.l.Lh Jt Co