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Saturday Press Supplement, May 6th, '82.
Aflttr Viirvd !
Tiik Clovotiimciit Schools iti tlio District uf Wnl
tuku cih3ikh1 on Monday lust wltli nn unusually
lnro nttuiul nice. During tlio vnc.itlon, now fur.
nlturu lini been nut in tlio Union School House,
innliitiK It one of tlio most nttrnctlvo fcIiooI ImtKl.
U1'"?,'".' "I0 llnnln....Mnny visitors havo been in
NVnilukti iltirliiK tlio p.ist week) aiiioiiL!itlierH: Mr.
' I'aty, .udao Wiileiiianii, Mr. C. Hnrcokels mid
.Mr. liimissoii 'llio Kiifjllsli Church lias hail n
mow co.it of paint, and nlsu a now steeple, making
It a. very neat and attractive building.
Tub tlireo-masted schooner Kmma Climlina,
Capt. Watson, arrhed at IIIlo April "2d, beinu. her
first trip. Sho is a beautifully modelsd vessel, and
will undoubtedly prove a very fust sailor. She Is
owned by Sprockets llroa., and was built by Cant.
Lamer uf Sin Francisco, who Ins built most of
Sprccltels Hros. Ileet that aro notod for beinji liooil
Sri0"1, ler loiiuth ii 118 feet ; bruadth of beam
.11 feet i depth of hold feet. Her accommodations
for p iHiwiigoM aro flrst-elaaa In every rtsnoel. All
her staterooms hao been eimnqed for her return
to California. There is more Bujnr to ko to San
I'r.iiiclsco than tlio schooner can take. She made
the trip in twelve dayss had liftht winds for several
W".. 'Ihostoimer II'. . Heed arrived at Hilo
April Z,th. Sho had been named by tlio people of
i lt,l?CJ'1,:''.'ih n H '" ""'y ,l '"Utter of time
when Hilo will bo a city. Sho was saluted on her
arrival by n oiuiiQii,and all llajjs were hoisted in
town. I lie steamer is tlio iirst one owned In Hilo,
mid is just tlio vessel for the business. Sho will bo
oniplojed in carrying lumber, merchandise and
sufjar. She can steam six knots an hour, and is a
staunch craft. .Mr. Shipman, of tho firm of Ship
man .t Undoes, purclnsed thu vessel in Sm Fran.
Cisco to take . tliu place of tho schooner 1'itto, which
was lost in November last.
Tub Koh.il.i Literary Society held its first ieu
lar Llter.irf Meeting on tlio ovenimj of theL'7th,on
which occasion a very agreeable and entertaining
programme was presented, coiisUtiujj of a Miry
amusing and lively piper on Iteminiscemos of
Iraiel in Mexico; tlio beautiful German song " Zu
den Waldeii," effectively rondcred: a feeling u ci
tation of Lowell's" Tho Couitin," bynhidy who
knows how-it is. Tho paper, which is to bo called
the Comet, contained several editori ilsappropri.ilo
to an opening number, n gossip depirtineiit and
somo illustrated advertisements tho work of the
cartoonht. An illustrated lecture by one uho
"always draws," was necjssarily postponed. Tho
Society promises to occupy a valuable field in the
Tho public, moro cspeoially the nnlivo population,'
aro lieoimiinginiito largely interest! el in tho sub
ject of Temperance and tho question of l'rohiui
tiou. It is stated that no less than one humlie,!
r nfi of liquor on an average aro 1 inded in this
district and sold by Chinese, mainly to natives, tlio
effects of which are noun continually in our streets
and t Nowhere.
Tho railroad at preso'lt does not appeit to com
pote with tho old method of transportation bv
schoner, p.s tho latter h is tho greater iidv.iut igd o'f
l2ing considerably cliuipor. One large producer,
nfter careful trial, Ins returned to the old method.
A new and etrective energetic polico force is re
quired in Kohal i: one whoso ietlna do not nil
coino just when criioo mid deflauce of 1 iw aro
dom must ultimately provo n dead letter. It will
from tho beginning bo as farcical and ridiculous
as tho Maine Liquor Law. It will encourage
hypocrisy, it will provo n fruitful sourco of Ingeni
ous trickcryj the customs will loso largely by It;
and what liquor is not smuggled into the King
dom, will be surreptitiously manufactured on the
It is not likely that tlio gentleman who has
been accustomed to having wiuu upon tils table
will permit tho gentleman ithois opposed to its
iisu to deprho him of tills privilego especially in
a country where it in not advisable to drink
water which is uuultcrcd. A temperate enactment
of prohibitory laus is advisable at this time.
Tho same temperance is recommended in nil
things. When it is thought that u revival of reli
gion is necessary to tho welfare of the people it
should not bo forgotten that religious revivals aro
in somo Konsesi n species of spiritual dissipition,
followed by relapses nnd prostrations. Nothing
remnins nlwais at high water mark, nnd wlion the
torrent subsides tlio banks of the stream aro strewn
witli unsightly debris. Doubtless thu soil has
gained something in richness by tho overflow, but
it was not without tho sacrifice uf nil element
which may also havo its mission in nature, and I do
not believe that mission is to be plonked up by tho
roots and dashed nsido to wither in the sun.
Renewing Cano Land.
Knrroii 1'iiLss: A correspondent 'inyourissuoof
April 1st writes: "Heretofore Kohala 1ms been
famous for largo jields, ntnl for somo lime the rich
ness of tho soil seemed ineiliaustlblo j in fact,
somo havo gone so farns to declare that the land
was improving in quality under cultivation, but
such an idea has been exploded by lato returns
from tuo oldest places, and we bee that olio planter
"j iHHuiiBiiiy iii.iKuit iinicuuiession ny mo use oi
bono meal." Without nrutuiiillmf tnntM.nL- lv II,.,
book, or make uunu.ililied cnnlnulietinii li, (hi..
sentiment, for undoubtedly there is something inJ
ij j ci t-.n-, iiiu opinion nun u mo ittlo
manager of tlio Kohala Plantation were consulted.
or Ins records, a ho kept very full and precise
records, it would Uo seen thatsomoof tun heaviest.
if not the heaviest yields on th.it plantation, wero
from l.iud.i that had already yielded soieral ciops,
and not entirely from the newer fields. Also that
tliti-e jitlds wero greater in 1870-7, and possibly in
187d, than any of tho previous yields from tho
suae ground. Tho somewhat sudden decline in
yields after that,'ou Hoil that was, to Bay tho least,
no older, can nwcely bo accounted for by so sud
den an exhaustlun of soil, especiilly as it was the
same with mils of various ages; nor does it stem
plausible tli it a variety of cano ho strong and vig
orous as the Lihaina cano has proved itself to be,
could so suddenly decline in sugar producing
quality, fiom mere want of change of toil.
Gonerally speaking for any gien year, locality
has much to do with tho amount of yield, lauds to
the eastward showing much higher figures than
tho,o a mile or two to tho westwnrd, and those
below or immediately alioio the government ro.id
yielding much better than tlioso n mile above it.
As to tho bono nio.il, inquiry discloses tlio fact
that it was for application to virgin soil, the
planter referred to, having been disappointed in
the crops t iken from virgin soils tho past three
Kohala, April 1 Ith, 1SS2.
Plncoa of Worship.
Hbamrn's IlKTiluiz-Hev S C Damon, Chaplain, Kins
street, near tlio Sailors' Home. Procaine it II am,
Meats free. HablMth He hoot before tho morning sen Ice.
i'rujrcr meeting on Wcdnoday ereninm at 7 Jf o'tlocck
onr HTitrrrUiiuncii Her.l.A.Cruran Pa'tor.corner
of Fort ami llerctnnla streets. Preaching on Similar,
ot 11 A M nnil"!i i-M. Sabbath School alio a k.
St Andrew's UATiiriinAiz-KtiKllsh services! lit Hcv
the lllshop of Honolulu and Hev Thus lUAcLtinm. Ha
wallan services t Itev Alex Mackintosh. 6..10, Holy
Communion ;'JM, Mathn ami Sermon (Hawaiian); II,
Matins, I.llnny anil Sermnn (Knglclsh); 4, Kvcnsnii
(Hawaiian); 7.30, Ilveusnng anil eUrmon (English).
Komai Catiiomo Ciivucii-Under the chargo of lit
Hcv lllshop Malirrct, assisted by Hev lllifaop llcrmann!
Fort street, near Derctnnla. Hcnlccs every Hundar at
It) M ami 9 ! M.
KAWAiAiiAoCiitincu Itcv II It Parker, Pastor, King
street, aliiivo the Palace. Services In Hawaiian every
.Sunday at 11 A m. Sabbath School at in a m. Kveuna;
services nt"'.4 o'clock, alternating with KanmaLaplil.
District mcpllims In various chapels at 3.30 p . Prater
inccllnu every Wednesday at 1Yt v m.
Eiigino Compiiuy No. 2.
1&- MI-JMIthltS AUK IIKUKIJV
Infiirliiflil ,lin, .1 .1... In-. lf......l-- rn..t ..
lsii the Comiuiiiy. inoilon was mnderenuirlnonll
ncllo members (pursuant to the Ily-I.ims) In simply
themselves with tho HIX'OUNI.KII UNIKOHM of tho
Company wlllilu three months of the date hereof.
Members not furnishing themselves will lie liable to
suspension or expulsion, lints mill belts are now to bo
had nt tho Company's Idioms nl COM' l'l(li"l.
J. U. HOLT, Jr., Sccrcfiry.
Honolulu, March 8111I, IKS.'. sw, 3ui
Notice of Disolntion of Partnership.
rain.; i'o-PAKr.MiK.sii..' iu:iti:ri()iti:
a e-xltln! under tho firm name of John Nott A Co,
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Samuel Nott
rellrlug nnd John Null remaining In the business at
tho old stand on Kaniiunianu St. .Ml moneys owing to
to raid firm will forthwith be paid to J. I. llut-heo, who
Is authorized to pay all debts now cm In;.' by said llrm.
SAM Ollb NOTT.
Honolulu, March nist, 1SS2. 1W it
Temperata in All Tiling.
EuiTon I'iikss : Tho lowil ipiestiou of temper-nr.ee-,
now under consideration in tlio metiopolis,
is one that has often been subjected to extraordi
nary treatment, giantiug that desperate leincdies
are neces-aiy in desperate cases. Wo must not
overlookthefactth.it where tho means employed
tend to either kill or cure, tho mollis are likely to
result in as much killing as curing.
Wisdom and tact, tho cirdiuil lirtuei of n
reformer, ilo not mil.o thomsjlves manifest as
often ns is desirable. Not many who go about
thowoild correcting tho evils which aru universal
nro uinstrn of thu nituation ; they do not htoer
do ir between the So 11 1 of license and tho Chary b
dis of fauLicisui ; thoy elo not apparently realize
that there is littlu choie-o between the howling of
harpies on each hlunu ; that if una who has uo ear
fur this kind of musiu wero to bo iiillueucetl at all
by either, ten euauces to ouu ho would loin
toward license, for license though o isily abused is
.11. uii:iti:ub iuiii w..ei. muucfniuiy luuuigeu in,
while fan iticism has nothing to redeem it.
How many who proach temperance know what
it is in reality 'I To beteinpoiatu in nil things does
not permit one to be intolerant in anything; we
need not fall baek upon tho time-honored npolo
pies of wine diiukeis "a littlu wine for tho
stomach's siko" thu transformation of water
into wine nt tlio marriage foast the wiuu which
was distributed by thu diwno hand at the last
l'asMner, etc. ; wo will refer only to tho statistics
of wiuu-growing countries. Driiukoiiuess is not
prevalent there ; it is because liquors are not in
common Use. One must go to tlio north of Lurnpe
and totlreat llritaiu to witness thu demoralizing
effects of mi over indulgence in iiluoholionlimu
hints. Compare the spectacle of 11 Sunday in
Loudon, where the public houses are closed dur
ing "tilt Inu sotvicu," with Sunday in the south of
Huropo whore tho wine shops tire open nt all
hours of thu elay, and 011 nil daja of the week.
Tlioso who lime seen the swarms of laboriuu tico.
,110 improving tucir nay 01 lest ny uiookiullng tuo
I Ji.l.lfit. ttlVilllllill, ,,, ..., ixf ,1,.. ,,tII. l.,,Jm.
tnchviitb his or her tiitcher or muu in hand, nntl
nil impatiently awaiting tho conclusion of the
church services so that thoy may rush in nnd
quench 11 thirst which has been aggravated by this
delaj.can iuuigino what the result would bo if
tbcsouublia houses wore permanently closed. A
similar spectacle, 011 n very insignificant scale, can
bo witnessed in this little capital at 10 n'elook
eierv Saturday night. Those who would not
drink been us j they would Lot care for it If
they know it was always within roach, feel
called upon to take something home with them
which will last them over Sunday. A bottle U the
most reasonable thing they can take for that w ill
Inst, I am not advocating the all-night system ;
wo merely state that it it) my conviction that
many a bottlo is iissed over tho counter before 10
r, if. beoauso most people do not retire nt that
hour nnd thu law cannot comiiel them to forswear
conviviality 011 thu stroke of tuo clock.
There is no law which can forbid n gentleman to
taken glass of wine at his own table, or to offer
0110 to his friend ; n law which shnll prohibit the
Introduction of spirituous liquors into this King-
vrftt. .1. i'. iiA(:itn:i.n win. Arr rim
ivjl mo under full power of ullnrner during my ab
sence from this Kingdom. J. W. l'H.UOIill.
Honolulu, April loth. 1SS.!. mod 3t
rpiIK UNJIUliSIONEl), AJIIXIS
X trntnr nftlin Estate nfllio lato I.. AH WO or I.OU
WO, lately dolin: hu-Iue-.H at KulnaHu anil Kahuliiu,
ICoua, Huwuil. notllles the public thnt hn has dlspostd
of the Mores nnd their stocks of goods, fixtures, eic, to
Akin, who ii"ui:ie all the liabilities and Is authoriied
to colUet all book debts due stild deceased.
tut It Administrator 13t,ito 1.. -Mi Wo, deceased.
LL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYnlENT
AND ATiTj TAltTIKS Uri'UKU IN
llonoiinu at any of tho Islands In tho (i roup
In Want of Employoes
Will phase make their wants known to the under
lined, who will do all in their pow er to All their orilirs.
P. 0. joni:s. Jr. 1
J. 11. ATUKHTON, ) Hmploimint Committee
II. V. Dll.l.lXOIIAM. J V M. U. A. 57 bW 6111
Kavimj aoaiv iti:rt i-n:i vnt tiii:
pnriiosenf attendlm; to Photoginphy, I am now
lirepired to goto any pirt of IhuOruiip, to mako Views,
Portraits, or any kind of work belonging to Photo
graphy. Only flrst-cluss productions will be made.
II. I,. UHASK.
Honolulu. March Mill. 1SS2. h'iSIm
TXOW ALIi mk- j;y this o-
l tlce. that thoouderslzned, the nearest relnlton to
tho late J Dim. mil Chimney. 1111 old resident of Hamn
kn 1. Hawaii, who was well known by foreigners alid
nulites and died without Issue; and the undersigned
being tho iliuglitcr of his younser brother Thomas
Chtmne-y, who marrtid my mother. Tucreforo I now
call upon those who now hold the estates belonging to
tho deceased, to return them all to me within one
month from Urn publication of this notice In the " Ha
wallan Oazi lie.' and if not so, I will pioseeutunccoiil
Ing to law.
WStfin' Mlltf. M. KAMAKA KAMAUKOI.I.
H. M. MOORE.
Jncerics & FniYigioKS
lu KOIIT .SI'KIII.T.
Goods Delivered in any
Part of the City.
AMI I'UO.niTI.Y .ITIK.MII'.D'IO.
Ship Spars For Sale.
i.i:vi:m iim; MiAits rent sim-s tni:
1 forsaler Inquire of t'AlT, 11. llEJIPhTEAU,
bSI hteaia Tug Pele.
FOR SALE !
75 HEAD GOOD WELL BROKEN
WORK OXEN !
roil BALK cheap for ciuh, or rnty terms may bo
agreed out ALSO,
4 LARGE DUMP WAGONS,
.'Oil IIAt'I.IMJ vaxi:.
ONE NEW GOOSENECK DUMP C ART
a 1. 1. 1. ;mn ouiiuk.
Apply to lhauiidersleueilat Honokaa, Hawaii, or to
V. A. hCIIAKFKII CO., Honolulu,
(1KO. W. WlLLfONO. hill
EXTRA MESS BEEF!
X IIAHIIIIIJ. Wiirrmitcil a luol Article
L JlTIUKNAI.K UV
I10I,t,ES .t 00
PACIFIC KUliliKH PAINT,
A fnllissortnient of this celebrated paint and U
tuit Bgallua packnes, ill th drilrtbld shades In
colors. for ale by IIOIXKS A Co
4 N K W ASHOHTMr:T 1NLXDUINU
rx. some rcry 3ne Uoods For Halo by
Wl HUI.I.HM A CO.
CUNK VIIHY liNK NAMPI.IJ,,
k7 Kx Kalakana, for tale by llOLI.IJH A 00.
March l'J. IhHl. 45 vj
Mi fi 11
ir ALA WA. NORTH KOHALA. HAWAII
Oppoalte Post Offlco.
coieral new- rooms, which will be always neatly
kept for the traveling public Meals at all hours.
Patronage respectfully solicited.
75 iim I.U.Nti HKK. Proptlelor.
Billiard Tabic For Sale,
TN VKUFKCT OIlDI-IIt, BTKAIId'E
l.t HUdllKS makei Phelau A Cnllender cushion
marble bed. For particulars enquire at
3.1 COMMKilUIAI. flll.I.IAltl) PAHL0R8
Wailuku Poi Factory.
B1SST QUAfilTV OF PAJAI MAN
ufactured constantly. All orders filled with ills
patch. K. II, 11AII.KV
k ly Wallukn, Man!
The Germania Market
dune, will please apply at
-ntUTIKa DENIH1NU FLA 1. If HEWINU
NO. 7 KINO. ST.
an iii:i:n tiiokoixuii.y kknuvatku.
ana it now cnntuuiiy in receipt or ine oesi or
beef,:mutton, veal and lamii,
Viom Choicest Herds.
Pork (Sausages, Ilolosr.as, Head Cheese, Oerniau
Hausaaes, Ac, allYsis on baud, at alio the best of Poul
try and Klih.
Our Meats are all cnt and put up In Kaslern style. All
orders faithfully attended to, and delivered In any part
4i tm HAUPP A BOHriADKK. Proprietor!.
THE UNDKHSIGNKO HAVING
made certain Ininiovemeutt In tho arrangement
and construction of Hues and Air spaces for Hteaia
Uollers which effect a considerable savtiiK of Fuel la
willing to guarantee all work entrusted to blm.
Address K. Oaelit, UT Queen HI. W
AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR.
THE REGUI.AU SESSION OF
Oceanic Council No. 7TT A. h. of II are held In
tha Knlirhla of Pythias Hall. Campbell's llulldlog on
thariuVrandTIIIHUTUKHDAYHof every month.
UKNHY UM1TII, Set'y.
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