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Ilnslnssaj'rsprs h'c continued quiet lhrortr,hont
.i&aweflt nl root th fact of Its long eonttnitsncc In
..Tsll'nf stvt may look npon It rows n, mnmal condl
fl-otn i ft'
f JefilensM Credit Trade Male of last week at the
itof!' ot Mirs Hnckfeld A Co Kas continued till Mon
dy,J tetalllnc altogether In .I to the amount m
abotit J IWKJ. The Household rnrnltnre Auction Sale
of Oen C'omly, Koschlln and Tolrr this week, attracted
considerable attention, and fair prices were realised.
Born attention has evidently been glten this week lo
Stockt a a matter of Investment, at IS shirrs of Wala
me 8tock-ar value JKM-old for SIM each, and 5
sharei of Tolephone "(lock -par xalue JIO changed
hands at Jrtper iharc
Our Inmhrr dealers have notified the pnbllc of tlielt
J I (.lag obliged to advance the prlco of Nor' Westashadi
the lt of next month. nlnr to Its adancn else-
re and extra com of freighting.
In buslnf s changes since mir last we would nolo the
purchase of the Drug More and Soda Water Manufac
taring business of I'alrmr A. Co by llolllster & Co. who
will contlnnt the business and stand as a branch of
their Mnnann street establlshn rut
In shipping lher has not hern mnrh activity observ
ed, excepting In that of the Suez on Tuesday last, fot
HD Francisco; a large number of passengers departing
by her and taking all freight offering. Tht Paradox,
also for San l'rsr.dtco. took considerable freight.
The P M M H Autlralla may bo looked forto-mortow i
m, en ronte to San Francisco Correspondents will do
well to ba prepared and (ucompleto thclrbanklngbusl
nt'S therefor to-day, as on no account will th' Dank
open should the steamer arrlie again on Hnnday
PORT Or HONOLULU.
Act- M-Htm Mkcllko from H'lo
cli Jennie from Kauai
Bch Kalrtna from Walalni
Hch Marlon from Kaaal -11
Am bktno Eureka, IVnhallotv. from 1 T
Am seh Hotarlo, tiwlft, from 8 1
Hch roliolU from I'oholkl
t) Am bk Emerald. Lord, from Tort Oomble
Bcb .Nettle Merrill, from Lahalns
, Htm Mokoill, from Koolan
W-3cb llaleakala from'llakalau
31 aeb Wallelu from Mallko
Am tsrn Jig Jownstnd, Klhn fra I't Gamble
Aug 18-Atn bk Ednard May, Johnson, for Hongkong
Am tern Ilsra, liabtjldge, for Coos Day
, li D M s Sappho, Clark, for .Manl and Hawaii
Sl-Aru bk E I. VetimtKlll. I'ciiwnclll, for a r
t-tm Kllausa lion lor Kahnml
Htm l.sbua for Maul and .Moloksl
3Ch Catarlna for Ilanalrl
bch Kekanlnobl for llanalol
Hch Ullama for Hatialcl
SS Ilrlt ss huox. Dodcl, for ban Francisco
Htm C K UMiop for Kanal
Seh L'ahl for Koholalelo
Hch Emma, for Walanae
CU Manuokaual for Ilanamaulu
n-(ler bk Paradox, llnrcdoff, for Han rrandsco
Htm Mokoill for Kooluti
Seh Jonnlc for lUnal
8cb Kaluna, for U'alalua
l-Kch Uses for Laupahoehot
Seh .Nctlls Merrill, for Labalna
Htm I'ralanl for Hawaii and Maul
Vonieli In Port.
:. JtU0 vi
'. Enrika, Pcnhalbw
-. j,ih. wuii,u,iu, ugnaiu
(f,Hb I ! Mli1r tf.J
yv ugiua Mono.
Gsr bk Adolph, Kopclmann
Osr bk Josea. Ilorltmann
Am Urn as Tuwiiaend. Klhn
Ve'S'.ols ExpcotodatHonolnin.froni Foreign
Hsw bk Kale. Jlothfue, Urcrncn, due bspt l-. H
Hackfald & Co, Agents.
Prlt bk Ohcron, lluriey, Liverpool, due T II
Davits & Co. Accnts
4m bk Msrtha Uarl, llensou, lloiton, due Sent 15-
W, C. Hrawer Jt Co. Acent.
nrlt sh Urttlsh Embassador, l)as, Now Castle. N5W
NIc bk Ruraljlo, Hunes, Newcastle. N & IV, duo
llrlt bk lllcnuabor, Ulcbsrds, Liverpool, due ht-pt 2J-30
Haw bk lolanl, Uarreli. Ilrcmen.duc Oct 1-5, II. Hack.
feld Co, Agents.
Honbk Chlclajo. Ordano, New Castle. N. S W due
II, Uackfeld .fc Co, Agents.
Kor bk Iinacos, Nellien, New York, dne Oct 15-SO
Castle 4. Cooke. Agents
llrlt a s Hams, aannders, at Michaels, dno Aug 57
T M M Aiijtralln, Talloh, Sydney, ilnc AngustSCtb.
Usekfcld a. Co, Ageuir
TM8H City of svdiicy, Moabury, ian l'ran, duo fiept2,
Hackfcld & Co, Agents
Am bktne Monitor, Kiiackc, Hnmbgldl, for Mahukona,
duo. II It It Co. Agents.
Osr bk I'elbo; Hongkong, loading Jonc 16.
Am bk Camden, Oatter, Port Oamble, for Mbhtikona,
due Aug W-2J. H R li Co, Agents
Am liin i Mary Uodgc, Paul, Humboldt, due Aug S5-W.
Wilder Jt Co. Agents
llrlt bk Ullock. Swlcto.lawskl, Liverpool, to sail about
, Ang SO. T II Dsvlrs A Co, Agents
Am bk tucrsit Qnren. J.Vindini:. Port Oamble, dup Sept
10-1. llackleld A Co, Agents, lumber to Wilder
Am bk M E Smith. Port Gamble, Mahukona, due
ijent 10-1 U It It Co, Agents, lumber lo Wilder
Df bU Lady Larnpson, Marston, San Trauclsco, duo Sept
6-IU. Drcwer ft Co, Agents
Am bgtno Haxord, Miller, San Francisco, Kahulul, due
lA ?.?"! ,V?,?Il,,, "fl'anurc Ilay.duv Sent
s-lU, Allen & P.oblnou, Agenta
, Muatna J A i
r. Iktns Ella.
, The Am bktnu Ella Is still off Fish Market wharf
jk iwaitliig a i cargo for San Francisco. Showlll proba-
" sail about Saturday next.
The Am bjttuo J A Falklnburg U loading alowly at C
Brewer i Co's wharf for San Francisco.
The Am seh ltoiarlo IsatUrewer iCo'a wharf dis.
chargliij a general cargo of tudsc trom San Fraucl.co.
Tho Am bktne Eureka from San Francisco la at the
old aNamablp wharf discharging. A largn portion of
lur carte coulats or furniture for the new Palace.
Tho Oer bk Adolph at tho foot or Fort street has
discharged her cargo of coal, and uow awaits the arrlwl
pf sugar frum the plantations whrn nhewlllload for
bin f rauclico.
Tha Am bk Emcrold Is at the foot of Fort street dis
charging a cargo of lumber from Port Oamble.
aH'a'I bk. Jo"' Is at the foot of S S Llkollke's
dock dlscbsrglng a targo of coal.
Tho Consuolo It In the strra'waltlng the arrival of
The PI U S Australia will be cf;'fiom the Colonies
on Monday next, but abo may arrliV ae sho has before,
Th H Ullama from hi Mlchaela will be considered
I""? '''"ship passed tho port last Tuesday No
Army and -Vary Journal.)
Tho Boston Evening Star ) "An lnttresllng
relit Is now lying In the torpedu hvd at this jard ha-
lug ben brought hire In ibv Jamestown, where It now
" fU conwjjucelo Aun.polls, Mo .In iheTallapoo.a.
" U I tht gig otth-j Uba Saginaw which vessel wa
. wrecked ou Dccau Irlaud rew, Oct. W, 1&7V.
In the Cbapcl at Annapolis u tablet has beon placed to
the memory of the biaa leliowa whoindsavond lo
Honolulu, tn nlih.il Lt Taiboi and tbtieof the crew
were lost on haual. In atumpling to land. In the
breakers -the luscnptlou ou thetabiet bears the appro
prlat. words ut our aailori-lireaUr loioh.th uo man
LS"i lJll5'!MnMl '" down hl llf0 '" ! frlend.
Kt. John Xl
b.Lfor.uh,lt,e;.Cng'L,oud,'l-r rdC"a Jn " l0 W
Tht balara. Jd rate, 8 guns. Com P II Cooper, ha
Hsn ordered home Irom Nagasaki, and may call here.
7,hT f "f"i0ii "n her home trip la reportid to have
ssthd 1 1 knutt i er hour ou the wind, and IS knots fin,
(uot to bad for th old craft) and be niada the gtcalett
. number cf ml.ea 1MW and in the qulcki-.t time lli
dsys-evir uiadt by uiau-ul-war-and did not uave au
kocldcnt, or lost a tail or spar.
For Man Fraucl.co. per E L Vsttlnglll. Aug li sjt
1'kgsiuc.ar. Ml pkssnijlaues ValuH,VI.Jl.
For Bau Francisco per Hera, Ang 19 In ballast
For kan Francisco, per Paradox. Aug JJ-lMH bags
sugar, l,.0 Wt rtCB. aluc, jw,uii.w. '""
From San Francisco ex scbr Ho.arlo, Ang. ?I.-Cath
took. 1 1 bbi crocki),7 c. s tn.ctu.s.l cscolleemlils.
14 pkg bardwaie, boots, Lots,ti.. 7 cs dry goods a
L &n.ilb.e.r. msrchaiidlse, 'i 'Vi lulu 1'i.ffi pk,
MS": AM' ','"".- ,? .SH.' Allen' V
frank J Hlei-lus. bxaorrlairea. II I! Mrl,,i... , ?'
WlpkegrucstrUS! J a Walktr.S pkg hardwaro, W (j
Irwin A to. W.IW posts, lis bbls lime, aacks boue
maalr-M Phillips .o.,Jca coal oil, Phil sulu.Be
pks carrlago niaurul. ' ,K
UJbblsllDit,topkgksslhardarand i-roeerico as
unit a. v nail a oou. II c uaruwarr. J.'au hrl h.it
I'. ,lr. .......,.1 ..!... . ..J. "I "
macotiiuBcoiaigeri:vtf.vi bales prlnlsr Uo Douit
?'-'lVi?' .""L" ''P"oueCo.lehlarei lUck
Nfi "SWI row.lV ?guu l' ihennomet",
B Nott,Tpkf itoivsund hollow wrt;T II Uatles.gM
iklUrley.w bx. hdwar.j l)r McOrew, 80 "", iuVm
puait 11 'Irlgg.rs. ttpkg farulturti A losel.iiiks
pistol, and cariiidgist Allen A ltoblnsou liOLri T.7i.
O.f "'.lis. XI pkg lurulturv, M b UnnUum. ffr,' p'kj
fc tob.cco.cliais. urnlUrsaiiad.ryCood,i E p Adami.U
Pkg furoUunii Maj A Co. Wpkg .ug.rt Ulshou Jc Co
SkVcs (wtui; macb; Oat to, v cs pipers. Wilder AC..
Wsts.iA) M shlujlsst Order. Iv'jTg furnlturiV
MUaUajr. i t cigars. ' """
1. - . .. J iT "- T. ....? - ., it ct r.
im Poa.Townieud, per Emerald, Angg-I. Hackftld
i;"jK(trim,iM5yi dressed pine. ,u",,ld
For Bau Fraucl.co pereiuii. AugW-c.016 pkgaiun
sr, IWI buche bauauat. 77 pig. goat skins. to? grot.
kldes.U pkg, tallow. I.UO ,lfck. sugar cane,' tbi'oet
leaves. drv hides, li lot, Mi iu i.i .'.!- II"
' ' - ,- Vm H. HI
ptg bllndi'fifa.ts, T II Uavles Co. ft j.lg sAf.
audvalvcsj McLean llroj, act Mats and corks i II A
Wldeuauu IjMrsUeli '1'U'ihrum Scs book.: Uliu
A l.d. 1W Ikl Udlk, L.1I1DII l1.,! I'.. llkl I...I.-
. rM . . w v V?MM" iiuui m Jicinerny, g et
ahltta, 1 show case, 1 rkg allictwaret Tboreuson;spki
plkssaudtliu.iJTUaierhou.c. I horse. 3 pkgliri
ciodi. LVUar sk flour. L. n licpuflr it .dntA 4 . -
Vroiu amieka, per tiTifmiHui, ,u,-gy 1LV feel
. 4woo4loAlituAliobluieh '
1 ' ' spi i i nasi a is t, ajjMsai TC sj S i i asjsT - 'ajsisjaj
' - f 1 - ' "
from 4lawti and Manl pf I-lka' Antr I'l Utt
Jri.-Vr KakoakaijJ i
isms anu wire, Mrs M L r'' Jc r s dirate. Captain
Miss MA Loyeland .ftAft'rlle f 8 Kynneesly J
I Crindell, iLThrnVsn, Miss llosa Makee. t WBlod-
I3TU, . I." w .Ml
It Mre ,1 A Lamtnlns.. Mtr Aorwer and 3
hlldrerutcv J A (.ruran wife child and servant.
Forfin Franriseo pcrtL P'lilntUI. AniruU l'J-11
M 1 hr -man
Fo "oos Hay per Hera August ID-J It Dacuelt.
Fi(m San Fianelft. per F.urcka. Angust 81-Mrs I)
M Mrl.cod. Mrs J P Let oinl, A Anderson, C Epplnger,
J Katanagh, Mrs Ida Ivnhal ow. II U Penhallow
For Han Francisco, per stmr Hue. An 3S-Mrs C L
Hell and son. W Hmltli. J Smith. Thou totklne, W M
CofV. l Senter, O C Hwaln, W l' Wilder and 2 sons, C
Clatte, Mra.l H ( ummlngs Tom Howling, s Mrher.Jas
V Kunnedy and wife, J Tobln. L Moss, V H Illckard, J
Marsdi n. 1 hos K Fojter. Mrs W M Pogue, J M Lldgate.
Chamberlain, Iter A and Mrs Mackintosh.
HIIOWN-SMTtITi KS in'tfilt t'lty, on Monday. Aug
ust aist. 16S-J. at the residence or the bride's father, by
the Itev A Macintosh. M A Mil M itcoL Hnows to
Mlsa Mahv Alice, second diucijic r JuhnS Smithies
Esq., oil of this city
KOPKK-IIINES-tu thlsclti. Anzust '.'1st. 1993, st
lit Ilelhcl, by the Ilc Or. Hammi, Mr HnNEsr KurKE,
of Llhnc Kaoal, to Miss Jessie Ilims. ol this city.
, EniCKSEN-OLKHEN- At Ilamikttapoko.Manl. on
August llth. It?, hy the Hev. .Ins. M Altxander, Ilrn-
wan Ciiickscn to Manr.N oleskk both oi HamakiiBpo-
KIM10HN- ANDtiKtVS-In Jersey City, N. J., May
mill, at the Tdsldencc of the bride's uncle, Walter If
l son Esrj , Ciiaa T. Kn.r-.ouM to Miss Ll'tt-LA I.
SIlEPAItH-ANDItEWS-Iii Ann Arber, Mlchlw
at thcresldence of the bride's mother, .Inlyith. by llcv
W. II. Ilvder Dr. tiiau II. .Mnri-.ht, or Mlnn X. v..
to Miss Fanny P. Astinews, M. 1).. who ore under ap
pointment or the A. 11. C. F. M., to Central Turkey
Nr.ALANDllBW8-At the samr tlmo and place,
floiciiT J, Ntat, M.li. of Ktnl Pa . to Miss H-onrNcr
J. ANDnxws. 1 ho threo bride's wercdam-htsra nfthe
Itev. C. II Andrews, for thirty soars a missionary on
WICKE In this City, on 8atmiay. Align. 1 1
t li lW,
alter n lingering lllnes, Mn John Uanulwicke. a
native of Ilremcn and n resident of these l'lands since
19M, Rgrit 51 years and U moi.ths. Mr. wicku was a
purtner In the fltm of Mclchcrs A: Co until that firm
closed lis affaire, and aulMft,iii,)itly or F A. f-clmcfi-r A
Co, Latterly, through III h ruth thrdecensid hud Icen
unable to attr.nd to bnslnesi
CHAMni:itLAIN.-At Hnnoluln. on August 52d, J.
Evahts CuaunxHLaiN, aged 11 years
Tho father of Mr Chamberlain was Levi Chamber.
lain, who came to the Hawaiian li-lands In lb!.', and
until his death In 1DI9 was actively and usefully cm
ploytd as the Sec lar Agitu of thu .Miielou. Ills
mother, whose maiden name was Maria IMtlon. came
out tn lg.7 ui.der the auspices cf tho . II. C F. M. as
a teacher. Etarts Chamberlain was born In Honolulu,
Feb. Mh, 1S3I. When only &car old In- was stnt lo
the States, andlspeut lUjears at Cucstcr, N. II.. a'
East Hnmpton. .u.s and at Phillips Academy In
schools, fitting for college. Converted during his
residence at Andovcr. he entered Williams Colltge In
(tut!, Alter full college course, ho look up tho study
of law at Harvard University Hcturnlng to Honolulu
be was Admitted to thu Hawaiian uar 'nJSM.nnd for
eeral years ecned as Police Maclslratc; resigning
this office, ho served In ISM as a member of the Ha
waiian Legislature. As Chairman of the Judiciary
Commltlkc. was ocllve In securing thu enactment or
the Civil Code, prcpan-d by Judges Lee and Uoberteon.
In 1WJ ho returned to tne States in time tn tuke ac
tive part with many other Hawn.lan American young
msn In various patriotic services during the War of
the rebellion. Alflrst employed In theManhal'a onicc.
he volunteered as muse under tho U S Sanitary Com
mission. Afterwards In the stiamboul Polar Star."
was busy In the transportation .ervlcc. Arter thu war
closed be resided In St. Joseph. Michigan, as editor for
the St. Jourh Herald His Health foiling, he Tclumid
to tho Islands In IS7J. 1 ho climate uf Honolulu prov
ing loo debilitating, he spent somu time uu thu vailous
lelandi-, engaged hi ChrWtlan wurfc. Wmt as Delegate
of tho Huwallun Hoard In the oyngc of tho Morning
Star," 1B76-6. and most calouvly und faithfully dis
charged the duty devolved upon lilm. With a generosi
ty rare even in this peueious coinmnulty. Albert
Vt llcox. Esq., of Llhuc. KiiiihI. otTurt-d him u home In a
cllmatn epeclally grateful to hie dchllltotcd Irame.
'Ihcrc he spent nearly two years, bis otrtngth gradually
falling, till about a montii ago ho returned to thu old
homestead to wait tho final hour. His dlseaec, that
rare ouo atrophy of tho muscle-, was bejond cure by
skill or physicians or care ol rrlcr.dk. Ho retired to
rest on Monday evening, alter the usual ehat with tho
'amity aud friend', when v lilted early In thomoriilug,
lie seemed lo be slueplug quietly: but nflcr u ehurt
Interval, ha did not wjkc l thu nsual hour, lt was
found that though the pulse soemtd toflulter ietbly. ho
had breathed his last, silently passing away from tho
nilcrliigs and ttlols of earth to ihc life or mt and
ollse beyond. None who knew him. can forget his
firm adhcrahco to the right, his dcLpdevotcdncss to
the service ofCbrl.l, his Hdelll) al nil Hmc-itu using
his personal Influence to lead all. null whom ho might
be brought In contact, ton sbvIiik knowitdgcof that
Divine ltcdecmer whom he had so learned to lovo and
trust as tofliidjoy In suffering and sttonger faith with
every hour ol patient walling.
Tin; nati'ieiiai a-itiiss
Published for tho fATuncAT Pr.res Association bv
Hook, Job and Uencral Prlntere.
Honolulu. 11. 1.
Notices of any events or Interest trnniplrfug on the
other Islands wHlnluavs be thankfully received for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their true names to allcotnmunlcatlons, not for publi
cation ncccs.arlly. bntna a guarantee thatlbo wrlttr
Is acting In good faith.
AUGUST -26, its-i.
THE STERN REALITY.
It is refreshing lo read in tho columns of
tho J', C. A, wlMt it loyal, economical, pru
dent and cnorgotio ministry wo have; it is
dtmirablo also for transmission abroad to let
peoplo in other lauds know of tho "happy
family" that dwells in thoso Islands. It is
pleasing to read of tho confidence reposed by
Kulikaua in this sanio upright Ministry; it id
pleasing to icad that boforo tlio adjournment
of tho Lcgiblaturo tho utmost Imrtnoiiy pre
vailed botwoon that body, tho Cabinot and the
King; it is pleasing to road that tho ponplo of
tho wholo country aro en rapport with tho
King and Ministry. It ts nlso pleusing lo read
in California and Euulurn papers dispatches
rosombling in stylo and diction tho honeyed
offiniocs poctilinr to tho ' C. A,; it is plons
ing to road in thoso papors tio rosoatj views
painted of tho nomnicicinl, ngrictillural ntul
politlo.il aspect of Il.iwuii; it is pleasing to
loam from li:ouo papors, fur tho fuui time, of
tho groat public improvements projected and
lostorctl umlor tlio protecting wing of the
Premier's Ministry; it is ploasing to I on in that
tho dear people lovo tlio "Good Shepherd" und
his collo.igtics withun iiflectlnil tilil'puisiiig llio
lovo of woman. But it would bo moro pleas
ing still if wo could o.(7ccf any of this. Alas!
it is not trucl
Wliou tho eiitapturod oyo is turned from
these beautiful ido.tltt to tho atom reality, wo
view tho HuVaii nci of to-day without thu
udornmonts of lomauco: wo sco n country to
which tuttuio bus bcou lavish in her gifts
ruled, or miiniled, by n constitutionally ap
pointed King in a manner that brings grief to
tho heart of every lover of Hawaii; wo seo
among his udviscrs two men in whom the
pctiplo hao lost all c&nfldeuco a religio-po-lilicul
adventurer und schemer, and a person
who once, without reuson, cauaed serious
complications wiih foreign Kicrsj wo seo as
tho motto of thoso men tho words "rulo or
riiiii"-oiiicliiuea wo think it reads "misrule
and ruin;" wo sco (ho country in danger of
boinjf swamped under a usnlc"s und heavy
Uebl; wo witness eiileuces or cxlruvuganco
bit overy hand; wo hear murmurs of discon
tent from ovory Island of tho archipelago; wo
to prospects for uu Increaso of taxation; and
ace whero tho hoard-earned money of tho tax
payers is to bo MiuandortMl on foolish child's
pin); wo see business at u standstill; we tuo
tho will of the majority tho will of tho pcoplo
dtsrcgaidcd by the creatures of their own
making; wo sco a so-called iirmy being trained
and equipped iu limes of peace in a peaceful
land- and for what'J1 Wo see the urchins in
the hlK0t mctaiuarphuscd into embryo sol
diers by tho King; wo see the polico receiving
instruction in military movements; wo seo
youey thrown away for improved ordnance;
wo see time, labor und tho people's money
worse than wanted in drilling uieu who can
never be moro than play euldlers; wo see tho
expenses of royalty increased uni.il It has be
come u trying burden upon Ihe country; wo
iiiinR.c., li ..iniiKie-. r d -c-j F -r m t prai'Tf. ..,41
II Kanean. Mrs OL Uerklr.' Vv
Miss M Conway, Ml" M U? - .-to.
tho flood gales of tlio public coffers opcncil
wo sco litllo Tunning into lliemi wo sco
j important una necomarje worns utsconiinncu;
i "-"" " .,.. no .ijvi . ...- ,-
' l'lolfca,od with studied neglect; wo sec tie
' slrilctlntl filioxd, dcBtrUCtiotl behind, tletrtlC-
I lion on every hand; we seo dark, portonloiu
clouc's gathering in a threatening quarter; wo
ace tho halyards that support tho banner of
Hawaii whipping ogainBt the mast until worn
to threads which momentarily throatcn to
snap; wc sco a political tornado approaching,
ntnl In fancy wo see boyond it tho wreck of
tho Hawaiian Government ship; wo sco in
fancy tho dreaded and inovitablo end of nil
tills; in nlurm wo took for ro-asstuing signs
in tho political sky but wo boo them not; wo
countcl King and Cnbinot to awaken to it
sense of tho danger but thoy hoed us not; wo
see them manifest no desiro for a chango of
course wo hoar thorn apeak no word of nssur-
nnco: wc, and nil of us, nro witnessing tho
final act of tho drama. I
PENNY WI8E ANDPOUND FOOLISH.
N'o Aiibjccl is of grcator impoitauco to tho
planter, at present, than (hat of labor supply.
Largo crops have beon harvested tho past
season, which Mn many ensen occupied moro
lime than usual, white the large area planted
last ycur demands attention. It is also desira
ble that this season's planting should nl least
equal that of tant yoar. Thcno conditions
havo demanded, and still domain), larger
forces of luborora than usual, but tho supply
from abroad during tho past year has fallen
far short nl tho requirements, nud moreover
tho contracts of Inrgo numbers previously pro
cured havn cxpirod, and a still groator nutubor
will oxpire during tho noxt six months. Many
of tho plnutors, after sovcro struggles with
tho numberless obstacles in tho way of suc
cess, nro etuorging fiom their diOlciillics, mid
with a sufficient supply of labor thoy would
havo been able, during tho two coming har
vests, to rccoivo a mcasuro of rowaid for their
porsovoranco and industry. Out without tho
requisite supply of laborers thoy will not bo
able to properly caro for tho growing crops,
nor put in tlio necessary planting for tho fol
At tho plnntorn mooting last March, this
question of labor supply was tho paramount
tine over all othors. Many possiblo sources of
Mtipply woro di-cusecd; tried and untiicd
fields woro considered; information sought ;
and suggestions, theories, queries and plans
in variety weie presented. Tho matter was
trcatod in a manner which unmistakably indi
cated its absorbing Importance. Tho icimirks
and bearing of iniuiy of thoso hard worked,
enduring men, showed that they woro terribly
in oarnest. After providing necessary means
for making experiments, and relying on tho
Portngucso immigration already established
and in successful operation thoy returned to
ilioir homes with brightor hopes for the futuie.
Former administrations had mado faithful
effoits in attempts to introduce immigrants,
of which tho Portugueso suhome proved tho
most satisfactory, both as laborers and for
population. Tho oxpeneo of bringing them
hurt boon largo, but this 'was woll known, and
was not of btiffiuieiit moment to dotcr applica
tions as those filed with ktbo Board of Immi
gration will show.
lit tho light of theso facts, nothing but con
demnation of the sovercst kind could follow
the announcement that tho Gibson Ministry
had lorwardetl ordors to atop tho immigration.
Tlio fact iu itself was sufficient to procuro
profound apprehensions, bat tho subsequent
dovolopoments as to the hasty nod socrot man
ner iu which tho Government had takon tho'
action and dispatched the instructions, caused
cursos to bo hcapod on tho authors of it. That
men intrusted with tho direction of tho affahs
of the country, and who should havo tho inter
ests of tlio peoplo at heart could deal such a
blow at tho host intorcsts of tho country seenm
inexcusable. Many waited to loam if thoro
wcro any adequate reasonH for thocourso pur
sued, but tho only reason ho far given is their
cost, which tho Ministry state is oxcesaivo, to
support which Mr. Gibson proaonted an ex
hibit to the Legislature of tho cost of those
brought hero by tho Monarch, Tho truth of
this can bo judgod of when tho fact is shown
that tho cost of tho lot by the -UbinrcA waa
not known to (ho Board of Immigration until
somctimo after tlio instructions had been bent.
But even if it had boon known, what justifica
tion is thcro for their uctinn when, as already
shown, tho applications, without regard to
cost, woro largoly in oxcoss of tho numbers
reported to bo ou route.
Whether the true reason was the personal
spitoof individual members of tho Oubinot
tnwaid the representative scut by tlio forinor
Ministry, or somo intended snub aimed at tlio
Plunlors' Company, or a more wanton asser
tion of power, the result is (ho samo. Plan
tations are crippled and the Govornmont bus
willfully wronged and injured tlio best friends
of the country. Doop fouling and strong
langungo aro justifiublo In this mattor. Many
follies nnd excesses may bo ovorluokud, but
unwarranted and wido spread dumogo of this
imtnro will produce rosnlts which neither the
.Ministry nor the King can now prevent. It is
of no avail for Mr. Gibson to say (hat tho
interruption of tho immigration of Portugueso
is only (etnporary. If even so, at this junct
ure the damage will bo dono before immigra
tion can bo again established, and no one
knows how permanent the Interruption may
bo. It was intorrupted last year, and only by
prompt and active muasurea was It ro-estat-lishcd.
All civilized countries watch ciiiigraHon
from its borders witli jealousy ; and now nftor
all (ho assurances of tho past year, who cun
tell what effect this pre-emptory oidor may
have on tho Portuguese Government.
Of all tho wasteful extravagances) udvocatcd
by tho" present Ministry, not tho smallest is
Ihe project for the coronation ceremony. Among
the other ways and moans contrived for sqiian.
dcring funds in commotion with (his needless
piece of ostentation, nono is more unjustifiable,
not to say illegal and Improper, than tho pro.
joct of convening the Legislature iu an oxlra
session. Mhat legislation is needful that tho j
Xoblcs aud Representatives should bo ussom- '
ble.1, and what other reason than tho need 0?
otuo legislative action cau legally bo tho oo-
casiontor convoning tlio Legislature? If tho
Members arejoo poor to pay (heir (raveling
expend qrtc?put in an appearance in suitublo
dnss, (hero is surely money enouglj at (ho
King's command to secure their attendance If
desired, iu a body, in'. proper way, without
this extra cuyjLutlonal-If not unconstilu-(lonal-metbrf
callinc uu extra session.
But the worA' Winn of the project is also the J
most illcgitl mil m.,t indefensible, that the
Members tlinuM reeettc t'io umomed allow
ance voted st the seMlnti juat closed. Will
the new Anditor-Oeiioral endorse as legal and
proper the m.vtnent r.f $600 to entli Member
of the Legisliimru fnr this perfiinctioimry and
omamciiial wrvue? Will the tiapbyers con
sent to this bmiscIcM and out in goo us waste of
public money ? If this watn U insisted on, a
Taxpayers' Assneliiiioii ll bo In order to de.
fend their rights ami brinK thin matter Into the
courts, securing an Injunction lo stop this fraud
ulent nbuse of public trust. The law is ex
plicit iu this unitler, mid by no pnssiblo chi
canery onn it be Cdtmiriioil tn nlhiw either (ho
convening of the Legislature fur mere trivial
roaBiins or paying lo a Legislature chosen for
a particular biennial neriod any Increase of
salary votod by thotiisolve.
WHERE ARE WE DRIFTING ?
IJry ns statistics usually are, thoy are some
times iiiviiluiblc, a on tho present occasion,
whon tho inbli", rfreMtit give n tiuihful
view of the steady "growth or the expense or
Iinwaiinn loyally i
Prince Hawaii , ,, tSfO 00
i.oi namenameni. a,
Prince Lot, travailing ntpetises..
Prince of Hawaii.,
Ills Majce -ll.tiOO 00
Chamberlain 5.0U0 W
Kckuanaus..... ......X 8,e0) Oi)
I'uneral cxpenas Prints ol Hawaii
nnd KauYiamcha IV W.OW) 00
io roucve ioya' aomain au.uuo W)
Hn Majesty M.00O CO
Cbambcrltttn...j Bisjo 00
Kuknannos -. 8,wo w
C line bcrlaln
fi.l o w
8.bU0 oo -6.MX)
Ill Majesty's tour around Hawaii.
Ills Majesty. .
1,2 I 03
Visit lo the United btulcl. .......
'I ravelins Krpcntes on Hawaii....
New l'nlaco ,
13 COO 00
Ills Majcstv : -13,000 00
tluecfl........... lo.ouo 10
Loan to llli.Majcrly iU.OUU IK)
Helr-aiipareut -. lO.ouo w
Llktlllte ., 8000 QO
Cbamlicrlali 5.000 OU
Huiitt-liold expenses 16 OUO CO
Coronalloi 0000 W)
Dt-coratluns 1,300 UU
Kxiraconiponsatlon.Helr-aiiiiorcnt 7,700 00
cuarttTios afD rcnxtsaiso new tmace.
19,-t 10 TO
a too ui
Trans, from Lljihthouscs
" Alarlno Hallway
" " uruof Lepers
" " Retldcnt Poyslclan..
" " llraiich HosiiltMls....
" ' hlureconsaliiihulut..
" " t'ovurnment bnrvey..
" Uudlijliiir iatt
" " Inltrpreiyana trans-
" " Hepalrs to water w'l.s
" Anchors, Jjuoys nnd
" " Landing at Kumlu...
" " Dredlnzhdroor
Ills Majesty.. ,.V-...' MXWJOO
Quec ,'..-. Hl.lioO W
llelr-preaaniptivu IKOOJ 00,
Llkcllke , isaOOUi
Kalulant. . : aouiW
ctumbtrlilo 7.0UO 00
HoUkChoid cxpsif 11. Ji so ouo 00
Lxpcnsea Heund the World 22.MJ0 00
Coronation , lU.OOO 00
Foreign ohlclal gcoU SO.tTO 00
Decoration" 1,U0J OO
Completion and famishing New
Pa acj .17 win on
Palaco ambles ,, 15,1100 tsj
Grand total of expense ntlendlnc
Iluyiilty Irom 1SC0 to lbT-l
nutter threo kings
Grand total do do. Irom 1974 tol8J4
Tlio above llgiiier. will bo interesting to such
as nro disponed tn rc.ison by compatison; nud
will doubtless suipriso nut a few who have
been cninfm (utile in thu Lolief (hut things wore
not so bud a icprcscnliHl, It will bo instruc
tive to such ns mo capnblo of receiving ideas,
to nolo what might bo called tlio equilibrium
preserved by Hnyal needs during tho reigns
rtf KuiiiohnmeliHH IV. amf V and tho singular
exnltatious, ns (.(intrusted therowilh, that havo
characterised the sumo umlor the roign of
Kulnknuti. riilngH have latterly got bo ultorly
beyond logic, policy nnd precedent, ns to make
it nn impossibility to oven guet what may
Taking tho timo as iticltided in tho tables,
tho average biennial expenses incident tn tlio
support uf loyally during tlio Ihieo preceding
reigns, ainmoiinled In linluovcrSaO.OOO, whilo
tho average for that cif tlie existing roign, in
clusive of tho nppinpu'iitinns Inst passed,
niiiouiilB to tmiiiewlmt over SOS.000: but iIm'k
is oxclusivo of (ho prnspcclivo cxpendituto for
tho oxlra 6esion of the Legiulattirc, purposed
to bo convened in honor of thu coronation, and
other considerable items which havo been in
advertantly omitted iu llio preparation of (ho
tublos, The ipcomo from tho CJiown lands
has also been purposely nmiltcd.
Iu tlio Legislature of 1880, when Hon. 8. G.
Wilder was thqu Minister ol the Interior, in
reply to 0 qijeatloii from it Member of tho
Ilouso, ho stated that 1I10 fc'eo.000 then naked
would bo amply nilffielcnt lot-nmplcto llio Now
Palaco. It is u be supposed that ho had some
knowledge or what lie wus saying, Hut since
(lion, hnw over, It lmo been deeincd oxpedionl,
in addition therein, to exuoud the sum of
$210,100 07, nn aggregate of nums tr.msloired,
iu most fnswncce, from appropriations far f."j
tary objectH, rnnijnihing public inipruvcmeiit,
repairs of public works, wuter supply, and
tt,ihe public f,Mlth. Now, tlio ch'jrue(cr of
our Leginluiuie, ami by what motives thoy
are governed, may bo seen from tho fact, that
whilo n great hue nnd cry was being mado
against ihe fuithleimucis nf Ministers iu trans.
ferring ccrlniii appropriations, amounting in
all to leas than SlOO.OtO, lo purposes of imml.
gratlon, not n word ws hcartl of the $210,
609.07 expended iu couirurltli rtason
qm! gwii aintnic. IJtit tills was iio(onoiigli
and any sum, however exaibllant in amount or
preposterous in nnturo, su long as soma one
could suggest the rcniaicst-reliiliou Lclween it
and tho Ilnynl pleasure, wuuhl be voted ul
mtat without discussion N't tho least among
tlie.e, in amount or.d porlirnl, are tho ap
propriations for miliury purposes- And
what object i "II ihls parudo nf ordnaiico
ammunition und cpjiileU In Mil servo, Is it
fur- the mere gratification of 0, vain desire
-for show and oicuu(ioii j rr is it designed Iu
remind people who, bcgipulug tn feel the
cfi'ects cf t'xira tiTxatloii, are went to speak
their objections against scmiclcsB cxtrava
ganco, that nil army is thoro to back it?
Xcilhcr explanation will either satisfy or quell
tho objection, and tho calls for reform mutt
grow moro earnest and sustained until It shnll
havo boon accomplished. A ponplo may long
rctnuin pnssivo while tho Government funds
aro misappropriated, provided that the ex
penditure is not In excess of tho rovonues;
but whon oxlra taxation and national dobt are
tnndo necessary for tho sustonanco of foolery
which is iniatiablt, It will bo qulto another
affair, Tho blarney ot unprincipled Miutators
may hoodwink a community for a time j but
they, like others, may ovcrrato tho capacity
of the public stomach for tlio reception of the
kind of moult thoy olono aro ablo to supply.
There Is no intelligent nntivo or foreigner, but
knows Unit tho revenues or this country
nro more than sufficient to pay tho current
expenses of any well ordered Gnvornmcnt j
that it Is only willful cxtravngnnco In unno
ceesury ami unworthy objects that can mako
tho negotiation of loans it necessity j such also
know that loans moan debt, and debt, oxtra
taxation ; nud thoy havo ovory reason lo ex
pect Hint foolery of 0110 kind or nnothor will
become rampant in proportion lo tho menus
supplied. Tlioir legislators have, ono after
another, succumbed to iiilhtoneo boymid their
control, until "n prostitute majority hold tho
bolt of parliamentary power" and use that
power tu fatten thcmsolvcM nud tlioir patrons
ut tho oxpcnio of tlioir doltidcd cotutituotits.
And now, nro tho pooplo lo bo taxod again
to tho amount of thirty thousand dollars, for
nu unnecessary rc-assombllng of tho Legisla
ture in the early part of noxt year in ordor
that thoy may bo rownrded for their liboralty
in disposing of tho public funds and legalizing
the extra pay, which thoy TougH against the
Constitution to obtain V And shall this be got
under a Constitution tli.it provides for oxtra
sceoions only in " groat emergencies," as war,
pestilence, invasion, or rebellion?
TO OUR FRIENDS.
This issue closes the prcsont volumo and
tho infnntilo period of tho Satuhday Pruss.
Tho noxt number will bo printed in a now
home, or publication oft'ico, ol" its own and it
will appear iu un entirely now dices, and ex
pects to bo ablo to win ibr itself frcsli laurolti
by courage, culerpiibo and worth. The I'hess
will maintain tho Bnmo outspokon, independ
ent, aggressive coltrso that h.tB characterized
its uttornnccs ever sinco its commoncemont,
and will contintio its watchfulness for tho best
intorcsts of tlieso islands, politically, coin
tneicinlly, und scoinlly, and to this ond will
endeavor to present each wool; tho fullest in
formation on all subjects of public intorcat.
With tin's aim iu view wo pledgo oursOlvos to
labor assiduously, nud confidently look to tho
pcoplo of thoso islands, and the frionds of
Hawaii abrond.'.for their support of this out
spoken exponent in bohnlf of their intorcsts,
Tho next term of OAHU COLLEGKnlll begin on
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. fllh.
Examination of Candidates for admission on Mon
day.Hcpl. 1th, 1S8J. (103 Qifl ;t) TA'.L. JONES.
2T Hr. Whitney's Dental Ilooms will becloecd from
TUESDA Y, AUGUST 15th, U.NTIL MONDAY, SEPT.
Ladlca and Gentlemen vlsltlnc San Francisco will
rind very doslrablo rurniobed Rooms En bull and Sin
KluotNo. 1."I7 Montgomery St., Corner Buth. MRS.
T. HONEY, formerly of Honolulu. fig
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
101 No. 33 Merchant St.. nonolnln. H. I. tf
J. H. RODGERS,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER. REPAIRING A SPEC
IALTY. Address. No. 9 Kaalinmann Street, Honolulu. 101
P. HBRIIA im AX-r .t r TTTtJ
- tiTr, ..-.!.. .u- rt." ...!. : ,
- - - ...' wii'it.o iuu iirtu 01 iicnuaru a; wo..
duiui; a Drayage and Express business iu Honolulu.
, , , . , HEBUAKU & CO.
Honolulu. August aitli. 1SS3. iQit
S- H. MEEKAPU, (IUnkniwHiT
No. II Nunanu blrect,
TAILORING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OONE TO
ORDER. MEN'S, BOYS' & YOUTHS' WORK.
SANCMtTunsn axu uii-onitK or
Lmllc' nnd Geuts' Boots. Shoes, Gaiters &e.
OUT PIUCES TREASONABLE V9
101 Cor. .Maunaltca and King His.. Honolulu, lm
Dr. N. B EMERSON, M- D ,
Physician and 8urgeon.
Oflicti and Itesldcnco No. S Kukul St. cor, of -'ort j,,
OPPIOE HOUUS-6W tolOK a. M m to3H r. Jt.
101 ztr Telephone No. I 40. -am gr
Mrs. LEON dt JEAN, Proprietress, No. 84 Hotel bt,
Moala Sorvod at all Hours of the Day.
OT- Special Terms for llrgular Boardera,
THE ONLY bUITAHLE ROOM IN TOWN KOlt
10' LAHIES. q,
No. SJ Nuuanu Hired, Houolulu, II, I.
Cold and Silver Worker, Watch
Makor and Repairer.
In atocU a aricty of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
1ST- Qnrtllty Good ajne Cheap Prices. '
TIIIlHIl II,I. Ui: Kltl.U AT I'UR.
t .uT.! aaruKBAT, SEP. 9th, at
3 fJ H., In theGoserument round at ICnholi.
loa. tho fnllonrlnedeierih.H inim.i.,
IWhltO Horse, brand ZEtlWhllo Mare, brand Ml
llay Horse, whilo fetlocks, brand AKOj 1 lllark (lost,
l- v. 1 , . A-P KAAUKUU.
hohnlaloa.Aug.iM. im. lt j'onnd 3Iaater,
hen other boots and other shots
Hase lint been nearlns well,
Then by tho gronli and words ton ntt
It s plalu tbsre's been a sell.
With orn out solos or buckles off.
And straps or buttons too,
(would be a shame Iu icci
Then all I ask that you
Jlay co and jrowl uo more,
. ."'.'J.VS' l,ou, Don,, "d shoes
AT IIEHT'H 111 tort St. More!
W fee onrbuslusss card In another column. IM.
DRAY AGE NOTICE !
rpili: UyDEUSIOXED UEGS TO
w Hviiiiaii.iHeujjtwviiiiom unq cuuomtrl IQIt
Mr. N. PETERSON baa Charge of BU
And. that ho nlll bo pleased to accommodate Ihem In
that lint Mlih
THE BEST TEAMS on (he BEACH.
leajre orders at the Ofllce on Oueln atreel. betwtan
W lldcr'a and UowsctVs. Dea'tforest the number..
J!i O. II. RUBERTaON.
ttT riMHiqU Outtilln Suitl lOimtMii luwfior
10fo$iuH?ranrnlory Salt at Mi Uojioiuto
Cwrnwo Emimiuvm. A.JI, JUttts, Ytil Bt.
er 4i4m WAUflairn Suliitm ! Itvs uUI
U W at tht lnt,nt,ry ialt (f A. it. Xtim.mrrt
CS, STm 3ErJ335S3S
I 11 jr
I take great pleasure in informing my
I HAVE IB1P-T0 MY IW STOi, 115 & US FBITST.
WHERE I OPEN WITH AN ENTIRE
NEW STOCK OF JEWELRY, Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry ,
rt llAaaJHllaiu .J - rAITir WMH a c r n ns. t , v '
Ui ii uoi.iii'.iwiib uua a, vvjlliilslfi AQOVlil JiLtt I JL
Silver-Plated. "W- Are!
My cood slandlnc In this Kingdom, from Ions-years of o.xjicrlcticein this business, Is a guarantee that
I SHALL OFFER THE BEST AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICE.
I bac scared uo expense In selecting Ken- block, In order to Vicp up my reputation auo glte aailsfat Hon.
wr WATCH REPAIRING will be as before, A SPECIAL BRANCH OF MINK, WAR
RANTING ALL WORK DONE BY ME.-A
Thankful for the confidence honme, I InTlio the public to Inspect my block before pntchasln elsewhere.
103 if MAX ECKART. Jeweler and Watch-maker. X'ort Sret.
J. M. OAT, JR., ft CO.
$ $ f
News Dealers !
Would take this mclhod of lnformlnctho Inhab
itants of Honolulu and tho other Islands,
that they have opened a
Stationery & News Depot
In the NEW HAWAIIAN OAZETTK ULOOIf,
No S Merchant Street, nhero they
are prepared to furnish
ltl,,V.K HOOKS, MKMOIIAMIUM HOOKS,
Inks, tn quarts, pints, half pints and cones :
Uucltsge, " f' "
Letter and Note Paper, Foolsoap
.ct;al Cap, Eotclopes, rapettrles, etc-, etc
Orders taken for any Periodical
that may be Oesired.
rrompt attention islllboe'vcn to the Mailing of l'a
pera to bubscrlberi on an) of lbs other Islands Also
Orders for Red Rubber Stamps Received
9IU and I'romptly Killed.
FORTABLK OR PERMANENT
15 ntUaciaat 14 lbs. to the yartl.
Jnst received per "Puke of Abercorn,"
Hsf-Apply to W. I. OREEN, or
O, W. MACTARLANE Co,
71-tf WH-tf Attnts for Jno. Kuwlsr & Co
JNO. FOWLER k CO.
It4a, Xaf Uid, r. rinared to
rniufua plans and mtimatm
tl Portable Tramways.
Wither wltboot Cars and Lnroniotlvei,
Haceiallr 4a4s1 far Sugar riaHUtlsai I
t UUavi.ltB locomollvM anil oara.
TrasUoa KaastiM and Resist Leoetaoiirea,
KS r-Vr?lT5??" sM)r,
CUlMau v. lib lllattrttioBS. Models, and Photo
graph of tka tbora fUats a4 Hachlasry may bs sseu
at the oBcss of lbs uairsiaaa4. 1 '
U. W. ilcFi
rAMLANE iCfl .
AsM $1 J... Fonlsr Co
Sluft k Koi'ri'
friends and the public in general, that M
Full Lino of Spootaclea A Eysglaaaaa.' '
C' H S sajaj
s 5 all gas
2 E Qi H P fl 1 ij"
w doo ffl " 4
MM T " at T' BBBBBBam 1
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8- Qi CQ 5T aaaal ,.-
Son. J aa4 78 Ktl MtrsMt.
HART BROTHIRt, Preprietete,
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Board by tke Dty. Week er TrisHJeaj -
Cif wiOigartUIaal TaaMM,
iU Water mAmmUUmm
MmIi serves to Ki-Okse Maj
xr a li. neniie.
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