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SEPTEMBER i. i.
Notice of any teenls of Interest transpiring on
Ihe other Islands will always be thankfnllr received
for publication. Corrispondenta re requested to
ippend their true nonet to all communication!,
not for publication necessarily, but a a guarantee
that the writer It actinic In good faith.
Advertisements mutt be lent In by Friday noon.
No Intertlon for the current Ittue can be Ruaran
teed when tent In later. AdTertlteri will mark
the number of Iniertlont desired, from which date
they charge; any not to marked will be charged J
The new lirMc on School street hat lieen
completed. It Is neat and substantial.
Hccia riots and sccr.il other articles pre
pared fur this issue arc unavoidably crowded
The Klcamship Suit may Ic looked for as. clue
tlii evening from San Francisco, with dates to
the 9th Inst.
"Murrlinn the Mouth " will lie Mr. Cm.
7ari's theme Nmiday ocnln. Service Sun
day morning as usual,
Mri. (icotRe Wallace has opened a private
school, corner of Nuuanu Ammiiic ami School
street, n ciy central location.
To-day is Ihc 72nd annUersary of the inde
pendence of Mciiico, hence the display of con
sular hunting in honor of the cvcnl.
Mr. M. L. Ilallcnlwck mid Kcv. A. 6.
I'orliesj left for Kuiial hy the C. A'. lliiw on
Monday last on their evangelistic work.
A erfirmance Is promised shortly by" the
Honolulu Amateur Minstrel Trouie, assisted
hy nmalcurs from the U. S. S. Alatta,
A wire tramway is being constructed on the
l'.iauhau plantation, lit the district of llamakua,
on Hawaii, and will probably be In working
order within a month.
Mr. Kaliaiikaue, anativclawver, was brought
before the xllcc justice on Tuesday last, on a
criminal charge, ami sentenced to pay n fine of
$100. Will his license be revoked?
Tht I'lanttri Monthly for Scpteudier comes
to us richly freighted again with much valuable
infoimation from practical sources, and well
prcparcil editorials on important subjects.
The I.unalilo Asylum, or Home, will be
fully completed in nliout six weeks. A very
full description of the building, its origin, and
maintenance is given on our fourth page.
When hoodlums obstruct the delivery at the
I'ost Office and road in front, we should say
that it was the duty of the jiolice, and not of
the Postmaster-General, to attend lo the affair.
The road-bed of the temporary railroad for
conveving filling-iii material for the Marine
Railway Is being overhauled, preparatory to
somewhat constant use till the work is com
pleted. Her Majesty Queen Dowager Kmnia and
suite look passage hy the miaiii on Thursday
last for Kan, and Princesses I.ikelikc and
Kaiulanl, on Tuesday, for llamakua by the
The handling of the baggage of the imrni
grants per steamer llama, on Sunday last,
when renins ing them to the immigration houses,
was an) thing but gentle. The baggage was
dumped from the boats into dra)s alwut n foot
An artesian well is being sunk in the Palace
yard. This is a waste of public money, as the
government well on the opposite side of King
street might have been utilized for the purose
of supplying the Palace.
A Chinaman was jesterday arrested by
officer- Mchrtcns on lioard of the bark A'alc
lying in the harbnr. Upon his arrival at the
station house, he was searched, and opium
found on his person.
We tender our congratulations with others
of "the craft " on the promotion of our fellow
" tyo" Mr. Henry Smith to a higher step in
the Interior Department, where he has served
as faithfully the past two years, as was his wont
at the "case."
The Queen's pin-money must be increasing
at a good rate of late. We notice a recent
rapid and numerous addition of small tene
ment houses, building ns "Improvements'?)
on the crown lands, on the slope of Punchbowl,
back of the Hospital.
Khlers it Co. 's opening on Monday was an
event for the week which w e fancy must have
been agreeable to the house as showing the
appreciation by our ladles of the good taste of
Mr, Woolmingtou who had just returned from
the Coast with such temptations.
The many friends of Mr. John llackfeld arc
pleased to congratulate him iin his narrow
escape from a serious accident, in bvlng thrown
with hi horse on the pali road, last Sunday,
on his return from Waimanalo. Fortunately,
no injuries beyond a few bruises were sustained.
Runaways and mishaps to the express, fra
ternity are constantly occurring, )vi, fortunately,
with little pcrwonal injuties resulting. Hut this
reckless and incomKteiU driving will prove a
sad disaster yet for some one if more care is
not exercised. Our new law, licensing drivers,
was no( made any too soon.
A revised and enlarged edition of the III'
waiian Cook Hook, 10 favorably received a few
)cji since under the auspices of the Ladles'
Henevulcnt Society, U now in course of publl
cation and will be ready In a few weeks for a
welcome among all the excellent housekeepers
actual ami prospective of these fair isles.
The land will give a concert this afternoon,
at Emma Square at 4130 o'clock. The follow.
rgrhs programme 1
Overturn -!'. smiiikiii
rinaleAUIU.,,.. ; u' 1
8kciU-Barb.ro(!.nll.. . ., Kojunl
Sktsiio : Wmh Mtkxlus (n)... -.. . . Ku
Pulka Tha Arti, (w)4.- . . Coote
An extra concetl willbe given on Monday
evening, Sept. 1 8th, fit theTtiiian Hotel.
i a 1 V-
Just as wc went lo'press last Saturday the olh
Inst, the ttcancr Hani came into port, aftei a
fine passageof 57 day from St. Michaels,
Azotes, sajatfi 1 , 1 8a immigrants including men,
women and children lo the Hoard of Immi
gration. The voyage is iciwited to have been
stu!! eminently successful one since leaving LU
lion, at which port much vexatious and uncalled
for interference by the local authorities neces
.Uutcd leaving all the emigrants that had
engaged to come from that port, The health
of (he passenger ha been gvxxl, considering,
with the exception of whooping cough among
the children and several cases of optlialmla.
TltfK have been a$ deaths during the vovage,
aiuoat: the isengcrs, one of which was an
adult, and II births. .The third oftcwaLo
ditxl the day prior to their arrival. On Satur
tlay w Sunday they were lraJrel to the
Imnilimlini denot durine which OKOsatson they
waiiuHM off by paitisss for the Nutwd, le
cbws.fttrs, utd the agents.
The " fighting etlitor" of our staff, Mr. G.
W. Stewart started off for a tour of this island
on Monday last, intending to makes short stay
at Waiahta. This may or may no? hae any
connection with the reported orders of "the
army" for a grand military tour oflhc island,
next week, hut it looks suspicious.
Mr. WrayTa)lor will gise hit sccnth free
organ recital at St. Andrews Cathedral, Tues
day oenlng, Seplemlicr 19th, at 7:45
o'clock, assisted hy Mile. I'ontc, who Is almut
to leave for Europe, on a sisit. Mr.
Taylor will introduce In his recital the caril
Ions, or Mis, which he has lately prepared for
"Jack's ashore" has heen fully serlficd thi
week with liherty crews from the Alalia and
Saho. Quiet cnjo)mcnt of riding or driving
have Iwcn Indulged in hy many, while others
in the effort to prove the enjojment (?) of their
hhcrty, hate proved the veriest slaves to their
appetite for that which makes fools of them
sches, and destroys hoth hody and soul.
A pile of lundier, for some weeks past, has
been allowed to obstruct the upper part of Fort
street, to the danger of carriages and foot pas
sengers. As no notice seems to be taken by
Ihc authorities of such things, it would not be
a bad idea to modify the law relating to drift
wood, so as to Include lumber found l)ing on
the public roads. It would probably then be
John II. t'aty, l'sip, Consul for the Nether
lands, places us under obligations for a copy of
"Ueort of the Commercial and Industrial
Associations of the Kingdom, prepared for the
information of Uclgian Consuls and Foreign
Merchants," which, as Its title indicates, is very
full and explicit in statistical and general in
formation pcitalning to the commercial and
industrial interests of Itclgium with the world.
In the intldious malicious persecution tifCapt-
Nordbcrg by some party or parlies unknown,
he has the stmmtliy of the community. The
miscreant, apparently not satisfied with Hiison
ing a valuable carriage horse anil a line cow,
seeks apparently to cap the climax of his evil
inclinations by attempting to fire the premises.
It is to be hoped the party may be discovered
and speedily brought to justice.
The 111) nah birds, now become so numerous,
not only In this district, hut throughout many
others also, arc generally recognized as a com
mon nuisance, and a wish commonly enter
tained is that means should be employed for
their destruction, Hounties have heretofore
been paid for the destruction of rice birds, and
why not for the slaughlir of mynalis? Some
one suggests Ihat it would lie appropriate work
for the soldiers to perform. Why not have a
niynr.li drill as well as a hula drill?
On Wednesday last an audience was held at
-the Palace for the presentation of Captain
llclknap and officers of the U. S. S. Alasl,) to
the King, through their Minister Resident R.
M. Daggett. His Majesty was attended on
the occasion by the Cabinet Ministers, the
Judiciary, Governor J. O. Doininis, several
members of the House of Nobles, His Ma
jesty's Staff and the Acting Chamberlain.
Mr. II . I.. Sheldon took his ile parturc ou
Tuesday last by the Litelie "for pastures
new," intending to locate at Kohala, for the
practice of law, in which we wish him every
success. We trust, too, that his facile pen, so
long used in editorial and reiwrtorialuork here
may not be idle, but that the public may hear
from him on current topics of interest, as well
as in "Honolulu Reminiscences," which will
continue in our columns from week to week.
Wc arc pleased to rcjiort that our suggestion
of several months since, relative to the adoption
of two wickets at the delivery window of the
Post Office has a prospect of lieing early entered
upon, one for the delivery of letters from, say,
A. to M. and the other from N. to Z, while
another window will lie arranged for the deliv
cry of Portuguese letters. This will enabli
applicants for letters to file in order, and thus
facilitate ost office work and prove a great
Considerable interest has been manifest over
the large addition to our population by the
llama. Since their advent at the immigration
quarters, Fisherman's Point, they having had a
visit from the King j a concert by the Royal Ha
waiian Hand ; a visit from the Hritish Com
missioncr and the Inspector General of Imrni
gration, their Consul and others, the result of
which is reixirted to be hichly satisfactory. A
number of matches contracted during the voy
age were scaled by marriage on the 13th
mst. by Ker. rather (.lenient at the Catholic
The body of one Henry Booth, stewartl of
the bark Ohtron was found yesterday floating
in the harbor and picked up and, brought
ashore by the crew of the ha tlmr, master's boat.
The txxly was taken to the station house where
it was viewed by the coroner and jury, and the
verdict rendered "death by accidental drown
ing." It bore the appearance of only recent
immersion, notwithstanding the facts that the
liody was found floating, and that the man had
beeil missing for two days. There was fresh
blood alxxit the lips ami nose.
"One good turn deserves another," is a
principle some In our community seem to lie
carrying out to the letter, as is shown by the
receipt, on last Saturday, by our friend of the
Heaver Saloon, pf a massive silver-plated ice
pitcher, as a birthday present, on which was
the inscription, "II. J. Nolle, Sep. 9, 1882,
llollistcr & Co." This token is said to be in
rtvtust for a little act of courtesy tendered some
time since to a relative of the firm. Another
surprise, and of a similar nature, is shown in
the token of regard to .Mr. C. Hammer, in the
shapunf a watchand chain from Mr. S. Peterson,
in recognition of kindness to himself and family
and in behalf of his fellow Scandinavians for
courtesies shown them.
Wc record with pleasure the happy event of
the week, In the marriage and reception cere
monies of Mr- G. W. Smith, of the house of
Holllster & Co,, to Mis Nellie Richardson, a)
the residence of (he bride's mother on Chaplain
street, on Thursday evening the 14th inst. At
7130 o'clock the twain were made one by the
Kcv. G. Wallace, in the presence of the mem
bers of the family and a few most intimate
friends, Miss May Richardson being brides
maid and Mr. II. F. Poor as groomsman. At
S o'clock (he invited quests U-gan to assemble.
The happy couple received the congratulations
of their many friends at one corner of the
room which had been tastefully arranged with
floral decora! ion J, and hanging over them a
horse shoe formed of rose buds. The deep
window sill near them were filled with the
floral offerings of friends, while in another
direction were displayed the substantial, costly
and handsome tokens of well wishes from the
many friendsatul relatives of the happy pair,
The gathering was very targe, and ample pre
paratiom had been iuad for the comfort of all
the guests in the erection of a lanai for dancing
purpose which Iwgan early and continued till
the " wee snia' hours." Decoration with lan
terns, Dags and greens were arranged nicely
and haul a very pretty elsVcl. The couple arc
swcnduui their honcy-iuoon at Waikiki at
iueM fcimna s, snenaving siauiy uaceu
iWMMr cottage at their duiiotal.
An evidence of the risk of life men will take!
for the prospect of gain, Is shown hy the afti
val on the itlli Inst, of the American sloop
Spoil en Iht Wait, which left San Francisco
on Ihc 1 tilt, for Midway Island, hut meet
ing heavy weather she had to scud Iwforc it.
On coming Into port considerable difficulty
was ciperienced in lowering the mainsail,
which, to hare happened in a squall, would have
placed the little craft in a precarious osition.
The crew consists of three persons. After
remaining here a week they will continue their
voyage In scach of fur seals and hcach-le-mcr.
Captain McCulloch of the Anna reports that
on the trip to this port, on the nth Inst,, dur
ing a row among the Chinese passengers who
had been quarreling among themselves all
the passage), one of the crew went Into the
steerage to separate them, when one stabbed
him, inflicting an ugly though not dangerous
flesh wound. The Chinaman then rushed on
deck, ran to the bow of the vessel, stabbed
himself, and jumped ovcrlmard. The vessel
was hove aback immediately, but the China
man had gone down out of sight, nothing more
was seen of hun.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Hy the ntrlval of the Anna on Thursday last
we are favored with two davs later news, for
which we arc indebted to Air. J. M. Oat Jr.
The news, Ihouch not important, is neverthe
less interesting. From the Alia of the 2pth
tilt, we glean the following ccnts. The situ
ation in ICgypt has not changed, except that
the initisn successes 01 24m ami 25111 .tie more
Important than was at first nntlcipitcd ....
Mahmoud Fehmy, Arab! I'asha's chief engi
neer and military adviser, as also his son, arc
prisoners . . , A new ministry has been formed
. . .The Minotaur has succcsfully shelled the
enemy out of Mandar.i. ..The military at
Cairo are excited and have burned Nubar
Pasha's house... Austria supports N'elldou,
the Russian ambassador, In his cfToit to obtain
from Great Britain n declaration that she would
seek no exclusive advantage in r.g)pt, and to
submit the-final question to Kuropc. ...Arabi's
cavalry continue to raid Mekj during the night,
murdering the inhabitants. . . . Fanatical riots
Hindoos and Mohamcdans Considerable
trouble has broken out among the Irish con
stabulary. , . .The yellow fever is making fear
ful ravages in Texas The Hoard of Trade,
l.ngland, sets aside the verdict in the case or
the loss of the Escambia off the bar at San
Francisco, and orders A new trial.... Cholera
is raging fearfully in Japan, the percentage of
mortality nemg 05 to 70.
A fracas occurred at Spreckelsvillcon the 4th
inst., wherein aChinaman, named Chung lice,
attacked the luna, an Englishman, named
Toogood, with a cane knife, but was shot as he
approached, the ballentering the mouth, from
which he shortlyafterward died. Mr. Toogood
delivered himself up to the authorities at Wai
lukii, and a jury empanelled rendered a verdict
in accordance with the evidence. Considerable
excitement prevailed, hut through extra pre
cautious ami additional guards order vias
maintained. The deceased was known as a
ringleader and promoter of much trouble among
his countrymen. . .Giant powder fishing scrapes
promise to claim the attention of Fast Maui
people for some time to conic. ...West Maui
mills are making preparations for resuming
business as soon as the condition of the cane
warrants.... Wailukn rejoiced over Mr. Hal
lcnbeck's return for a few days more evangeli
II. L. Chase has lately taken a splendid
photograph, 9x11 inches, of the residence of
Rev. Titus Coan, it lieing the first frame build
ing erected in Hilo, and still in fine condition.
The house has now an iron roof. There w ere
fourteen ersons had their pictures taken (stand
ing), at same time, and recognized at once.
They were Rev. M. Coan and wife, M. L
IJallenbcck, Rev. A. O. Forbes, Mrs. S. I'..
Cr-an, Keaweamahe, Kaili, Kalaina, Mrs. 1.
S. Lyman, Mrs. L. and Miss H. Severance,
Misses Cora and Almc Hitchcock and Miss
Lucy Wctinore .... Residents of Hilo are de
lighted to welcome back to Hilo Dr. Fanny
Wctmore, daughter of Dr. C. II. Wetmore,
who returns, after an absence of three years,
a full-fledged doctor . . . .The telephone to con
nect Hilo with Ookala will be ready for use in
about three weeks . . ..A subscription paper was
traveling 'through the district of Kohala, a few
days since, to get funds to build a church for
the Portuguese, for which Mr. Vida is said
to have given a piece of land .... Kohala seems
to be blessed (?) with a hoodlum element, that
finds enjoyment in cutting off horses' tails, de
facing houses and throw ing at those w ho are
obnoxious to them the Kearnyisni, "must go I"
EmrOR Pkess: The last two issues of the
Pkkss read to me the best of any paper ever
published in Hawaii. Go out You have the
hearty support of every true citizen of the coun
try. All whom I have met here arc with )ou
fully, and hope it will not lc a sudden blast
followed by a death-like calm, but a storm
that will increase day by day, until I! shall
drive liefore it the fast increasing miasm that
will prove the death of the nation. j. M.
KniTOR Press: Your correspondent "E,
In the issue of the 2d, propounds a number of
"Questions to lie answered," and like the most
of us, would like a peaceable revolution of the
state of affaire if possible, and through the regu
kir channel; but it is useless to look for the
remedy in legislation. With the right material
to vsork upon, and work with, in the coming
two years, and an assiduous rolling of the lull
until mat lime, something might lie cirecteti,
but when it is considered that of all the rep
resentatives who will be elected to the next
legislature, the majority will lie bought over,
Uxly and soul, to llr.1y their constituents)
that they will, In fact, find it impossible to
resist, that recourse apicars at once as futile.
It is the opinion of some in this community,
that more forcible and rapid means will have
lobe resorted to; albeit, with care, the de
sired end may be obtained jicaccably, c.
Kohala, Sept. 7, 1SS2.
A RED-LETTER DAY AT WAILUKU.
F.UITOR Prkssi I felt to-day like joining
the psalmist in calling upon ecr) thing in
heaven and on earth to bless the Lord, for He
is good and His mercy endureth forever. He
takcth pleasure in them that fear Hint, in them
that hope in His mercy. For two montht
past, we have witnessed the power of the gos
pel to elevate, and purify, and save. The earn
est labors of our UJtor, Dr. Lane and Mr.
Ilallenbeck have been accompanied by the
spirit of Cod with power. The whole com
munity have lieen profoundly moved, and I
believe a goodly numlier have determined
henceforth to serve God.
Last Sunday, Sept. 3d, was a daylong to be
remembered here; the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper was administered and twenty persons
added to the church on profession of faith 1 some
of ihem, Indeed, hail lieen professors of religion
along lime ago, but had wandered far from the
fold. It was a season of fellowship with Chrl.t
and with one another, so that we sat together
in heavenly places hi Christ Jesus. The work
is just beginning; these are the first drop of
the copious shower we are expecting. Our
Lord' command to us U, "Open thy mouth
wide and 1 will fill it 1" and he assures us that
he is well pleased with them that hope in his
-rraise ye ine ujru.
WaUuku, Sept. 8, iU. tl. r. a.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Notwithstanding the unsettled state of pol
ities, the police are able lo sleep as well as
It has Inrcn suggested that the Antiques and
Horribles be Invited to attend in uniform at
the Coronation. It hj'iitl what is wanted.
As gloves are the only articles of apparel
notified by the Organ to lie worn at the Cor
onation ceremonies, what a fix those would be
in who .should hapjien to lose them I
Though Gibson plug his cars with martin
spikes, he cannot shut his eves to the fact that
he his lwcn "weighed in the balance, and
found wanting)" and in resonsc to the popu
lit demand, he "must got"
How many jailors run the Oahu l'tison now ?
Mr. V. Ilucklcis, of course, thedutynppninted
official, but Charles Clarke another "son-in-
law" case Is reported to lie quite officious
there. Is he duly appointed, or only there as
Supposing Kalakaua Rex has had bill off to
him at auction a large piece of Government
land on Kulaokahtia plains, but does not com
ply with the conditions of sale, )ct receives the
title deed to the property. Well, "whit arc
jou going to do aiiout it ?"
The hot-bed of filth ami nuisance In the
most central part of King street, producing
sufficient foul air lo sicken Ihc community,
needs more than (he personal visit of the sec
rotary and agent of the Hoard of Health; it
requires action for its removal,
Wc are reliably informed that it is Ihc Intcn
tion to march the soldiers around this Island
Some say the object is to drill them in camp
life; others, that it is intended to establish a
more correct idea of the iniwcr behind the
throne in the minds of the country folks who
reail the 'at Aina and A'noha,
In an article signed "C," in the I'lanttrs'
Monthly for September, entitled, "The Nor
wegian What to do with hiin," It is intimated
by the writar that In the general clamor of
politics, "Ginx's Ilaby" maybe lost sight of. If
this clamor be not iersistently prosecuted for
political reform, the chances are that Gins
himself "ill he lost as well as his Daby.
A member of the present Cabinet once sug
gested the raising of revenue by importing
millions of Chinamen, who would pay $5 a
head annually, In taxes. There is a remark
able similarly between this kind of political
economy and that suggested (probably by
another Cabinet olhcer) in the '. C. A., to
make the Coronation a paying investment.
The experiment was never tried in the first
case, and probably never will be in the second,
There are three liquor dealers reported in
the neighborhood of Smith street that do not
fulfill the requirements of the law, respecting
payment of licenses, giving bonds, etc. No I
is a native, and drives quite a trade. No. 2 is
a foreigner, next j while No. 3 sells only a few
bottles occasionally. The China dealers are
said to be found on King street, in the vicinity
of the station-house.
"There has been some idle rumor, or rather
invention, about alarm at the. Palace, the
doubling of guards, and other precautions.
The occasion of some of the volunteers being
at the Palace Is their 'regular semi-annual drill,
when they mount guard as a part of their prac
tice in the Palace grounds." We understand
all this; and also that the regularity of this
kind of drill has been somewhat interrupted
since Moreno's departure, in whose time it
The rejiort that a change of Ministry was
about to lake place and which has been cur
rent during the past week, we deem well
founded when we are able to assert that the
information comes from one who was formerly
a cabinet officer himself, and w ho also asserts
the fact that a xrtfolio has lieen offered to
hint. We may also say here, that our inform
ation in regard to the intended mov cinents of the
army came from an officer of the cavalry com
pany, whose commission as such, we have
seen, it the . c. A. wishes to raise the
question of veracity, it can hurt none but those
on its own staff.
It is an ominous fact that the "loyal" 'Titer
has not a word to say in defence of the recent
attempt to impose "a one-man-rule" on the
people. One would have supposed, too, that
that " Court Journal " would have favored an
awe-struck public every week with such little
paragraphs as once headed Its columns. " His
Serene Highness is in good health and spirits
this morning: Her Worshipful Excellency
walkcdlip Mauna KIckie yesterday afternoon."
Does W. M. G. remember A. W. Emerson's
"I'he silent orean loudest chants
I'he nusrer's resjuiein."
PLANTER'S AtfA'lAL MEETING.
The first regular annual meeting of the
1'lanter's Association is to begin on the 16th of
next month, ami will proliably remain in ses
iion fur several days, as matters of great im
portancc to (he welfare of planting interests in
these islands will then be up for discussion
We agree with the '. C, A. in its recognition
of the iHmerful and influential nature of this
organitation, when it says that: " It would be
uiposible for any Hawaiian Government to lie
arrayed against the planters, taken collectively,
in any matter about which they were unana,
mous." We have every reason to believe that
they will be unanimous, at least in their de
termination to use such influence as they pos
sess lo further the prosperity of the great in
dustry they come together to represent, and
upon the succesful conduct of which is depen
dent the very autonomy of this Island King
dom. Although not ojiecially organized for
political purposes It is hardly possible at the
present time that they will lie able to avoid
participating in the conflict that is going on in
the political affairs of the country; and that they
will male their influence Ml in favor of better
government. They will probably not forget
that schemes for the introduction of labor,
which have originates! with them, have been
thrown oerboord-hy a weak and arrogant
ministry with no better show of reason than
me mere gratihcation oi a vain itewe to pa
rule their own importance before the commu
niijs We Itxik forward to an interesting arid
READ AND REELECT.
The Advtrli.tr and the Eltlt do not pretend
to answer the arguments, or rebut the stale'
ments, which we have presented showing haw
the King has subverted the constitution. These
papers have dodged the main Usue, and vest
their ptjly spite in low psHtarwUtisM about
some who have taken prouiineat pail in oppos
ing the King's anti-coBsl.lutkma measures.
We commend to these papers ihe clotting tata-
tcoct of G. W, Curtis' adskes on ctvUnwriec
reform. "The angry ImnUnir of Use rpnili
sjstcm that we behold, like the fierce roar of a
monster driven to his den, shows its conscious
ness that the battle has begun in earnest. It
has begun -the baltle between the most dan
gerous abuses of administrations and the pat
riotic gmxl sense of the country. Gentlemen,
there Is no more doubt of the issue than there
Is of the justice of our couse. If any man Is
dismaved by the uproar let him recall a story
of the war. In the midst of a kittle a sudden
sharp shout rang out from the enemy's line
and a voting Union soldier, In his first fight,
turned to his comrade and asked what it was.
'That,' cried his comrade ' that's the relict ) ell
Does it frighten jou?' 'Frighten me?' said
the )oung soldier, as he pressed more eagerly
forward, 'frighten me? It Is the music to
which I march.' Gentlemen, when the enemy's
yell is the music to which the soldier marches,
he marches to victory."
tidies and C5entlemen visiting San rrandscn will
find eery desirable Furnished Rooms I'.n Suit nnil Sin
srle at No. 137 Montgomery St, Comer Hush. Mrs.
1. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Insurnnco Co.
Siihwrlltril f'il;rri . - - - $.1,000,000
'lhe nbote Couianyr liase now established an agency
here, and are prr-iared to take risks on prop
rrty of eer description svilliln these
J T. WAIKKIIOUSK, Jr.,
PHI.KR'S UKi:AI"IKN-CKNi' SIOKK.
Fresh Invoices Now Gooda !
T he Ten Cent Slore Is a success, and will be continued.
NEWANO SPI.K.VIjHj ASSOin.MUNr COODS
TO AKRIVK SIIOKII.V.
100 Fort street. 107
IforKi SrRFKT, HonoUlu, H. I.,
DEALEll IS LAM H8' AXI
. UvuI'h Shorn Hint (Uiltern,
Try my srorc, after one transaction sou wdll lie lure
to comd Ae-ou. KrpairinK done to order. I'ormerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
Nn 4 Mckciiant SrHmn. Howm.T, II. I.,
CUSTOM HOOT A XI) SJIOJi
Good work; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness anJ dispatcd.
TJ II. OEDING,
Exprosn and Drayman.
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and icinity. Careful at
tention paal to moving Furniture, w ith
WAGONS EXPRESSLY TOR THE 1'UKPOSK.
'telephone 86; residence 135 runclitiowl street.
Office M King street. i6-tf
TJAILEY & Co.
(Jrffil lO-Crnl ,Srr Smnrthtnu .,,
Ten thousand different articles; ever)tlung SO crittH t
Contv rrnf tire, erf
Old Stand, 109 Fort street. to6-3m
TNO. Me GREW, M. D.
I'lirsun.i.v nmi sviHiKox,
Hotel trcct, between Fort and Alakea streets.
From 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 to 4,und 6 10 6 p. 111. 106-tf
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner.
UlsKSSFS OF TUB HOOr A SFFCMLTV.
rt street, Honolulu, where all orders
receive iirompt attention. , . j-str
Co.risnoRs wanted, one or two
plain Compositors wanted at the Saturiiav Pkkss
Uthcc; must be sober, reliable men; no others need ap
ply, to GEO. COLBY, Foreman.
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wreathe ami Feathers,
Heal Ostrich Feathers,
On this occasion I specially wish locall the attention
bt 111c tauics, ,0 my niag magntnccni muck 01
etc., etc., etc.
Every description of Prints.
DRESS TRIMMIlfOS, LAOES,
and Buttons. The
U replete Jih the
In llat tnmutcU or umrinnnctX
SMOtteJ Mock u( UUHES' UNDKK
WEAK. Krum my lung eirUiic lii th 1
Utvi trade 1 Vttow exactly im Uiw of
goxlt lo twit ihii nurket, ami
tti'uforc, have no oU
Muik on rut!
QUITS' rURMISHIHO OO0M
Al f ueediiigly LOW PKICfci
Cotoied shins tfiili tlresscj tinea fronts k pcUlty.
Cssmcr Fen mi MmssI Sussttt,
ARE CONSTANM.V DHlMO RI-'CElVEO
J. T. -WATERHOUSE,
to which the attention of
Ihr Ifuhtlr h rt)rctfitUy turttrtt
PRENCII CONSULATE, HONOLULU.
Xolhc to lic Tniih:
IIIE FUUNISIIINV, OI 1'RKSII llUTCIIf.R'S
Meat and he Mock. Osen, Sheep, Pigs, for the u.e of
the girriwn and 01 tnoe mcltrtng allowances 111 rapte
t.l as well as for the rolMoniii-of Ihe llret and lioipi
rals. iliirini- llie ncriod Ijetween the lot of Mav ISJa
I and themt of Dccrnilicr 188,1, will I put up to con
tract publicly, on sealeil lenders, un tne 8th ul Januarv,
1 BUI at 90 Hock p. m in llieolliceot llieUKUUiSis.v
rhlJN. al I'Al'I.K 'A. The cundilion orsaiil contract
are deposited at the Office of the French Consul here
wnere rsons desirous 10 render can consult incni.
the Suet and t.uttia uc hate received LA KG P.
AlUHIIONS to our Mod, uf
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And ueare selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUFACT URU lo order
(of etrry Vuid.)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made lo order.
I'remera rii irirr thrlr riater of
IN SILK OR I'LAIN UK I' I'
E. P. ADAMS, Agaat.
Trleprwne No. ya.
I STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
ASTOR HOUSE DININO AND
Humbert 7 and 7 Hotel Street.
B.HII) V THB IMY, VhkU( OK TlANUNT.
lUUswdts, Ctgart, Clgnttiu and Tclatce, buda Water
aud other Iced tlroM. Meal acned ia
AT Oil. HOUli,
HART BROTHERS. PROPRIETORS.
llMV J. HKT.
StLIS A, HSI-T
NiMiii i. Kmu Srsifcr,
TKAQHKR OF ELOCUTION,
Miss Prc4t iU bst plsed to male sosajeontus.
ISA yitSlV SHlft1S.MHftSlM S. ksy..... MMSS .S'IV.
ACKFELD K Co.
Otfr'KK FOR RAt.K
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Ju.t rerefvctl per C. A. ffhAe, (Walter,, Mutter,)
Confuting In part of M follow! :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS,
Dentm Mrown And White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
Ings, TtirVey Red, MerlnoihUeW and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Atpacai,
Cobourgs, IU1I An Cloth And
Black, Gros-graln, Pflncy, Colored and Striped.
Ilarege, Crepe, eke.,
Jlcn's FuniMtliitf (loot!,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Dentm,
etc., Merino and Cotton Uuile rslilrlj, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stock Iiiks, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Poulsrds, n Urge hi'
voice or CLOTHING consisting
of Flue Black Cloth Coats mid
l'antt, Bnckikln Sacks, .
I'anti and Suits, I'elt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats & Leucines. Mon
key and Sailor Jackets Carpet
and I. C. Umbrellas
Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
Willi and Fancy Oulltt. Felt Runs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
J II nil hr Is,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sles,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, I'ants,
Genuine I'au ile Cologne. Ltihin's !
t net , Toilet Sn rliitocoiHe. lUtr
Oil, Comb, IjOoIhiic (tlae, l '
K, IlilW, Harmonica, HI ink Hooks,
(JoKI leaf, lewclry, GoM Waul.,
I letup & I. U. Pacini, Con) !t.iVtl,
Tape, Elastic, Scarf, Albums,
Katrntlmt, Arm, Dining room am! Parlor Chairs,
Settee, Mirror, etc.,
Smttttri, Ctttj'f.hn, (th tit, Mhrup triitfirrf
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing. Phtc,-Cup, Tea ruts, a ltoU, Cluin1er,
It ice Iinhcs ami lukrr, Pem.loiHit 3 and $
Gallon., Simple Hot tie. Vaesatnl (llaMware, Manila
and Tarred Hoi, Coal lkRt Gunnie. Twine,
Burlap, Woolsack and Twilled SacMug, Linen lloe
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sues and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In this. Matches,
Cocoaiiut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Stenrlne Candles, 4, 5. find 6. II. A P. Biscuit,
Iltihlmck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laap-c fils and Boutellcau Branay
' end other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seiclc Monopote, Ch Faarc, G.
H. Milium & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c, &c,
German and Havana Claars,
Plated ssare Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets. Cups, Napkin Klnsts, Suhtrf, etc.,
Pocket and Butcher fsimes. Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Needles, SHXjns, Kites, Sours, (laltamxed Bssins
Hoop Iron, Keff Klscta, Hammers Yellow
Mtlal ami Cbinposilloii Nails, Clarifiers,
lUhhitt Metal, Susaf Coolers, Iron
Tanks, etc, also, White Brother's
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Term I.Uiertil, .S'itinj.lr frrf il t'rrluttl.
Orders from lite other Islands carefully attended to.
KAYAnU NOIICKI 1IIK UNDbKSIRNKO
n.i to ntAtfy hu nianv snkJ frictidi and custom-
era tint Mr. N. i'lru.KSON lu charge f liUUny
jec buunewi, ami that he uill bu pleated to accommo
itate thvm in tint line with Iiik I(kt TKahs ON "THU
Ukacii. King up lelephone No. 63 Hhen yuu want
reams or leae ordcttat the Olhce "" Qucc,t Street,
between Wildcr'i and loweit'. Don't furgct the
number. 05. 103 U. 11 KOHKRIhON.
Mr. Jshlor llaxencrantx
Vishes lo inform the luhlic lliat he Is now (.trepared to
receise pupils fur instructions In
Vocal and Instrumental
After the xiv linprotcd met limit
iiano-ttnthifj attended (oat kltort nutlce.
AdJrtM 1S1D0K U0SKNCKAN17,
lliruin'- Twit Street Sloteor llollutcr'i Drug Stute
Stock far ule,
.l.'I irr Kutl Jlnul I'tunlallon Co.
10 uliiirrt Kohala Hugar Co,
HO ilmrr i'rfurrrlff I'linitiitlott Co.
00 sliarrt H'alluhu I'IiihIiiIIoh Co,
SO Auren iiitinilfriH .lirriilirI Co.
'Its price at which ihe ahuhcsliaxes of ftocls will be
soul oner cssciicm vpJsiunttiT ivr uitosum-iiis,
I Ubilit) 1 MosVliulders htnltesL
O, SMITH Co
Merchant street, Honolulu, 5ptf , iWj.
-slIARLES T. CULICK, ,
ACINT 10 TAK AtkUOULIlMSHTS TO UsM
OftVt lu Mackee'a Block al cutun Queen and Kaahu
waitu rirssns, HonJulu. a-iy
AWAMAN INYKiflMKN'l AHU AOENCY
LwwpaH)r( UsUiitea 1
On FirsttaM sccsuiiless, Ut tint t short pre isals.
ApiJy lu W, U UkKLfs. liu-.t.rr urn.
OAs. Qusven Sltee4, oter IX W MwfutsM A Co..5lf
.11 t I li '. 1 . Tl
Na it NWAKM SlT, llostoU'Lir, II. I.,
I'riutlcal VlumlttH-; UaiU4ra
' E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE of SALE
11V DIRECTION OF SIT-I'IIEN SPENCER
the Mortgagee nvmed (n a certain Indenture of mort
gage, dated December ?lh ll, madehyKlmo
Kaal, to said Stephen spencer, I sm direct
ed lo it'll at public auction en
SliVTEMHEU HI, ISS'i,
At 1 o'clixV noon,
at my alt room, all the rlaht, title and Interest
of the tsAid Mitm KjiiI In and
lo that certain ri"ee of !j.nd m U.Med tit
A Al A
Aud more particularly desctitied In Royal Patent N'um
s65r, and containing an area of 6o-m of an acre
For further panlculars apply to Cecil Brown, Alte
ney for Mortgagee, or
K P ADAMS, Auctioneer
DALE OF REAL ESTATE,
BV ORDER OF TIM' V S. tONStll,
belonging lo the heirs of the late James It. I'llie, rt,.n
Bulford, deceased, on S I URDAY
at tl o'chek noon, at K.lernnm I will wll at .tjUic
auction, tho fullowtnjt roierty lictoninu td Mid
eMate. vii, one
HOUSE AND LOT
ittiatetlon PALACE WALK, forntetlva part or the
Royal School premlMS ronte)ed by . t). Ilotnints,
Administrator Estate Kamelumrle), IV, to D.
C Waterman, and by him lo Jas. R, Price.
llie pnierty is subject ton mortgage
" of $00.
One piece of kalo and kul 1 land In MaliVt Yalles, ad
!. . II..I .!. !..,. al a. ,t . "
joining unu wiuw top 1.11111 sh 11. 11. i-jrier, con
tabling altottt lU acres, l-rlngu lmittoutif land
comesed lo Kaihlwahy Kfi)af Patent 4Sta
and by him lo O V. Kbeihardl and
by the latter to James R, Piue.
Ilrrtl ttl V.ritrtmf uf Vttr-
f P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Al the request of seseral of the prominent Sli.k
Knls rs, sse prviwse to liotd
Monthly sales of Stock,
ItoitsRs Cattlk, Mulks, CamtiAchs, ete., etc,
and He shall le glad to receise consignments from
all tarts of the Islinds, promising faiiliful at.
tentlun to Ihe interests of consignees ami
Our I'lKST SALE ill he held an
Satarilay, Seilciiibcr 10, JSS'-i,
at 11 o'cKk, noon, al DODO'S Si'AIII.BS,
when sse vsill sell sis
'Ine Carriage Jforscs, (well broken),
t! Sailille Jlnrsvs,
Do ii Ith! Carrla(CM,
Double Harness?, Single Harnesses, etc.
Terms CASH upon ihe fall of the hammer.
105 I 1. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BY VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OK
Sde Issued out of the Brohate Court on the 19
August, a. r, i88j, licfote lion, K. S l.smau, he
undersigned. Executor of the estate of Keku-
luhihlt (sv.) hereby gives notkc lltal hs
will sell sell nt Public Auction, 04
U'cilliesilai. Sciitciiiber UOIh,
At n ti.t at the Court House In
certain piece or parcel ofLsnd known as
Situated at IIONOMU, HILO, HAWAII, and more
imiy uevrniKHi m koui ratent, ro. tfosaftluiiow:
II hooinaLa Le'ia ma ke kihi aVau o ieia. n e hulo S
5;M I- 750 kapuai; a inalatla ae, S $iK W 743 ka-
puai; aiaiia, n $2 h , v aia kapuai; num. rx ;
: alaiu. N tali". V aifl kamiafc nUiti.
W 330 kapi
kill, I kahi
330 kapuai; alalia, e hulo ma knliawai 7711 kapuaf
1 liouinaka al.
Malgko 0U1U lie
JfriiM Ctttt, Deed at e 1111 of rurdmwr
Guardian Ltiale v( Kekululitlit, dc'cd
Ity order of Janie Love, Uu ,
1 will oflcr for hale on
SATURDAY, SEPT, 2:1, 1882,
at it o'clock, noon
at Salesroom, tli I lout and lot on Ktii( trctt, near
tlie bridge, known a
THE THRUM PREMISES.
Th Hou U two-vtone, with an attic and there are
convenient buttulldunt for mar,t.
K. I', ADAMS, Auctioneer,
QATURDAY, SEPT. y, iMa.
LAHD AT WAIKIKI,
At my SALKSkOOM, at Vt o'clock noon, by oiJer
of John and Augukt tiering, 1 will Ml)
At Pwllto Auction,
Hut certain piece of land aituate In Makiki, Ualkill,
Oshu. bclopgiiitf to the l John ami Align
Heriinr. aa mi forth and dewribed in
Patent No. 186 1. coniainlnit an area
107 rodt, with all th right, prtvtligen
and building thereto belunging,
lliere It a imall houie uiKn thl projrty, alo mv
era! frui( tree and a number of Uro iatiJict all tit
titled to regular water.
Tvtna CASH. Deed at (urcliater eipeoe,
107 K I. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
TTOTEL STREET MARKET,
Kit. a. WM.l.KH, I'roprhtor,
Will he open fuf .business,
Os Utnrij, SarClKIO.
will niflM sUllf
RS. TH0S. LACK,
Nu. 79 Four SrT, llfMiatVLti. II. I.,
Importer and Dealer (n
Aim) Giu! l-ARTS. ATrACIIMKNTS.OIL ANU
AcuaUs. Aienifurlhe WHI'IK ami U
LIGlir-KUNNINO NEW IIOMK
Machuisv Hwuud' HmMtm
NectlUe, all lliuia.
Cwllf.lti Silk In an olun and , rUrUu,.'. Uam
I un.au, Lurna u. n, i, hmmih uaims,
A;eil twr Urn l)erstr4ss n
RcllaUc Cut Paver Pattcrm. ''
And uUicssiLns, Usssler In
Metttleer; Gmm HHtt
UtyAHtUjlJI rfjjmjlat f
ssssissf sPtPsjref W sPssPsPsPW
Sku, PvwsUr. Cais aud WssmKc Ctnrly. Kwyssne
StusM, lu U suu. tleirinfessslsn Ptoss, CsjsM
HstUera, Tutswsw, ex. N wttwniMs; vttt
tjo tjAMU 1.HK koA.wocw KM l