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SEPTEMBER r, iM.
Notice of any events of Interest trniplrlti(t on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but at a guarantee
that the writer It acting In Rood faith.
Advertisement! must be sent In bjr Friday noon.
No Insertion for the current Issue can be iruaran
teed when sent In later. Advertisers will mark
the number of Insertions desired, from which date
they charge) an; not so marked will be charged j
The new bridge on School street has liecn
completed. It Is neat ami substantial.
Ilceia riot and several other articles pre
pited for this Issue are unavoidably crowded
The steamship Sua may lie looked for as due
this evening frun San Tranclsco, with tlalc lo
the Qth Inst. jl
" MurIliip, the Mouth " will Ik: Mr. Cm
Mn'i theme Sunday evening. Services Sun
day morning as usual.
Mrs. George Wallace has opened a private
school, corner of Nutiami Au-nuc and School
street) n very central location.
To-day is the 72nd anniversary of the Inde
pendence of Mexico, hence the display of con
sular bunting in honor of the event.
Mr. M. I,. Hallcnlicck and Ucv. A. O.
I orlics left for Kauai by the C. R. llithep on
Monday last on their evangelistic work.
A performance is promised shortly by the
Honolulu Anntcur Minstrel Troupe, assisted
by amateurs from the U. S, S. Alaska,
A wire tramway Is being constructed on the
I'.i.iiili.m plantation, inthedistrictof llamakua
on Hawaii, and will 'prob-ibly be In working
order within a month.
The" fighting editor" of our staff, Mr. G. , An csldcnceof the risk of life men will take THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE
V, Stewart started off for a tour of this Island for the prospect of gain, is shown by the arri
on Monday last, intending to make. 1 short stay val on the ttth inst, of the American sloop
at Walalua. This may or nny not have any Sport on the Watt, which left San Francisco
connection with the reported orders of "the
army for a grand military tour of the island,
next week, but it looks suspicious.
Mr. 'Wray Tavlor will give his seventh free
organ recital at St. Andrews Cathedral, Tues
day csening, September 19th, at 7:4s
oclock, assisted by Mile. I'ontc, who is aliout
to leave for Turopc, on a sisit. Mr,
Tajlor will introduce in his recital the caril
lons, or bells, which he has lately prepared for
"Jack's ashore" has been fully verified this
week with liberty crews from the Alalia and
Sappho. Quiet enjoyment of riding or driving
have lcen indulged in by many, while others
in the effort to prove the enjoyment (?) of their
lilierty, have proved the veriest slaves to their
appetite for lhtt which mikes fools of them
selves, and destro)S lioth IkxIv- and soul.
A pile of lumber, for some weeks past, has
been allowed to obstruct the upper pirt of Kort
street, to the danger of carriages and foot pas
sengers. As no notice seems to be taken by
the authorities of such things, it would not be
a bail idea to modify the law relating to drift
wood, so as to Include lumlwr found l)ing on
the public folds. It would probably then be
John II. t'aty, I"., Consul for the Nether
lands, places us under obligations for a copy of
" IU'iorts of the Commercial and Industrial
Association of the Kingdom, prepared for the
information of llclgian Consuls and I'orcign
Merchants," which, as Its title Indicates, isvery
full and explicit in statistical and general in
formation crtaining to the commercial and
industrial interests of ilclgium with the world,
on the 22d tilt, for Midway Island, but meet
Ing heavy weather she bail to scud before It.
On coming into port considerable difficult)
was experienced in lowering the mainsail,
which, to have happened In a squall, would have
placed the little craft in n precarious xsilion.
The crew consists of three persons. After
remaining here a week they will continue their
sojagcin scach of fur seals and lieach-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 pisscngcrs (who
hul lecn quarreling among themselves all
the passage), one of the crew went into the
steerage to sepiratc them, when one stabbed
him, Inflicting an ugly though not dangerous
flesh wound. The Chinamin then rushed on
deck, ran to the liow of the vessel, stabbed
himself, and jumped ovcrltoard. The vessel
was hove aback immediately, but the China
man had gone down out of sight, nothing more
was seen of him.
Mr. Kajaaukanc, n natlvclavvycr, was brought
before the imiIIcc justice on Tuesday last, on a
criminal charge, and sentenced to pay a fine of
$100. Will his license be revoked?
Tlit Plaiittrs" Monthly for September comes
tons richly freighted again with much valuable
information from practical sources, and well
prepared editorials on important subiccts.
The I.unililo As)lum, or Home, will be
fully completed in aliout six weeks. Aver)
full description of the building, its origin, anfl
maintenance is given on our fourth pige.
When hoodlums obstruct the delivery at the
I'ost Office and road in front, we should say
that it was the duty of the police, and not of
the J'ostinaster-General, to attend to the affair.
In the insidious malicious persecution of Capt. J
Nordlicrg by some party or parties unknown,
he has the sympathy of the community. The
miscreant, apparently not satisfied with poison
ing a valuable carriage horse and a fine cow,
seeks apparently to cap the climax of his evil
Inclinations by attepipting to fire the premises.
It is to be hoped the pirty may lie discovered
and speedily brought to justice.
The mynah birds, now become so numerous,
not only In this district, but throughout many
others also, arc generally recognucd as a com
mon nuisance, and a wish commonly enter
tained is that means should be cmploved for
their destruction. Ilounties have heretofore
been paid for the destruction of rice birds, and
why not for the slaughter of mynahs? Some
one suggests that It would be appropriate work
for the soldiers to perform. Why not haven
m) nail drill as well as a hula drill?
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
lly the arrival of the Anna on Thursday last
we are favored with two days later news, for
which we are indebted to .Ir. J. M. Oat jr.
The news, though not important, is neverthe
less interesting, l'rom the Alia of the 291I1
till, wc glean the following events. The situ
ation in I-cviit has not chanced, except that
the llritish successes of 2 (tli and 25th arc more
important than was at first anticipated.,.,
Mahmowl Kcltiny, Arab! Pasha'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 Mandara.,..The military at
Cairo arc excited and have burned Nubir
I'aslns house..,, Austria supports Nclidoff,
the Uussiap ambassador, in his effort to obtain
from (I rent llritain n declaration tint she would
seek no exclusive advantage in I'gypt, and to
submit the final question tosViurope, . . .Arabi's
cavalry continue to raid Mcks during the night,
murdering the inhabitants. . . , I'anatical riots
Hindoos and Mohamcdans. ...Considerable
trouble has broken out among the Irish con
stabulary The yellow fever is making fear
ful ravaucs in Texas The lloird of Trade.
England, sets aside the verdict in the case of
the loss ot the htcambui oil the bar at ban
Francisco, and orders a new trial . . . .Cholera
is raging fearfully in Japan, the percentage of
mortality ncing 05 to 70.
The road-bed of the temporary railroad for
conveying filling-in material for the Marine
Kail way is lieing overhauled, "preparatory to
somewhat constant use till the work is com
Her Majesty Queen Dowager Kinnia and
suite took passage by the Itmlani on Thursday
last for Kati, and Princesses I.ikclikc and
Kaiulaui, on Tuesday, for Hamakua by the
The handling of the baggage of the immi
grants icr steamer llama, on Sunday last,
when removing them to the immigration houses,
was anything but gentle. The baggage was
dumped from the boats into drays aliout a 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 utilircd for the purrtobc
of supplying the Palace.
On Wednesday last an audience was held at
the Palace for the presentation of Captain
llclknip and officers of the U. S. S. Alalia to
the King, through their Minister Resident K.
M. Daggett, His Majesty was attended on
the occasion by the Cabinet Ministers, the
Judiciary, Governor J. O. Dorninis, scscral
members of the House of Nobles, His Ma
jesty's Staff and the Acting Chamberlain.
A Chinaman was yesterday arrested by
officer Mehrtens on lioard of the bark Kalt
lying in the harbnr. Upon his arrival at the
station house, be was searched, and opium
found on his person.
We lender our congratulations with others
of " the craft " on the promotion of our fellow
" typo" Mr. Henry Smith to a higher step in
the InUrior Department, where he has served
ns faithfully lhcast tvvoycars, as was his wont
at the "case."
Mr. II. L. Sheldon took his dc parturc oil
Tuesday last by the I.iltllkt "for pastures
new," intending to locate at Kohala, for the
practice of law, in which wc wish him every
success. We trust, too, that his facile pen, so
long used in editorial and rcjiortorialwork here
may not lie 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.
A fracas occurred at Sprcckclsvilleon the 4th
inst., wherein a Cliiniman, named Chung I lee,
attacked the tuna, an Tnglishman, named
Tofigool, with a cane knife, but was shot as he
approached, the ball, entering the mouth, from
which he shortly afterward died. Mr. Toogood
delivered himself up to the authorities at Wai
liil.li, and a jury empanelled rendered a verdict
in accordance with the evidence. Considerable
excitement prevailed, but through extra pre
cautions and additional guards order was
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 Cast Maui
people for some time to come. . . . West Maui
mills arc making preparations for resuming
business as soon as the condition of the cane
warrants.... Wailuku rejoiced over Mr. Hal
lenbeck's return for a few days more evangeli
The Queen's pin-money must lie increasing
at a good rate of late. We notice a recent
rapid and numerous addition of small tene
ment house-., building as "improvements")?)
on the crown lands, on the slope of Punchlxiwl,
back of the Hospital.
Khlcrs & Co.'s opening on Monday was an
event for the week which wc fancy must have
been agreeable lo the house as showing the
appreciation by our ladies of the good taste of
Mr. Woolimugton who had just returned from
the Coast with such temptations.
The many friends of Mr. John Hackfeld ale
pleased to congratulate him upon his narrow
escape fiom a serious accident, in being thrown
with his horse on thep.il! road, last Sunday,
on Ills ieturn from Waimanalo, Fortunately,
no Injuries lie) ond a few brui-.es w ere sustained.
Runaways mul mishaps to the express fra
ternity aic constantly occurring, jet, fortunately,
with little personal injuries resulting. Hut this
reckless and incompetent driving will prove a
sad disaster yet for some one if more care Is
not exercised. Our new law , licensing driv cm,
was not made any too soon.
A revised and enlarged edition of the Ha
waiian Cook Hook, so favorably received a few
) cats since under the auspices of the Ladies'
Ilcnevolcnt Society, is now in course of puhli
ration and will be ready in a few weeks for a
welcome among all the excellent housekeepers
actual and prospective -of these fair Isles.
The land will give a concert this afternoon,
at Umma Square at 4130 o'clock, The follow
ing is the programme t
Oteriure UeUwvrio .
rinalc Ami . ... -
Selecllon-Uarber of Senile.
Selecllon-iuianish Melodies, (new)..
Walls-The loer Sww, (new).
I'olka The Arliti, (new)
An extra concert will be given on Monday
evening, Sept. loth, at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Wc arc pleased to report 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 0 being 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 be arranged for the deliv
ery of Portuguese letters. This will enable
applicants for letters to file in order, and thus
facilitate post office work and prove a great
Considerable interest has lieen manifest over
the large addition to our population by the
Jansa. Since their advent at the immigration
quarters, Fisherman's Point, they having had a
visit from the King ; a concert by the Royal Ha
waiian Hand; a visit from the IlritUh Com
missioner and the Inspector General of Immi
gration, their Consul and others, the result of
which is reported to lie highly satisfactory. A
number of matches contracted during the soy-
age were scaled by marriage on the 13th
inst. by Kev. Father Clement at the Catholic
The body of one Henry Hooth, steward of
the bark Okivn was found yesterday floating
in the harlior and picked up and brought
ashore by the crew of the harlior. master's ltoat.
The liody was taken tb the station house where
it was viewed by the coroner and jury, and the
verdict rendered "death by accidental drown
ing." It liorc the appearance of only recent
immersion, notwithstanding the facts that the
liody was found floating, and tliat the man had
licen missing for two days. There was fresh
blood aliout the lips and nose.
II. L. Chase has lately taken a splendid
photograph, 9x11 inches, of the residence of
Rev. Titus Coan, it being the first frame build
ing erected in Ililo, and still in fine condition.
The house has now an iron roof. There w ere
fourteen persons had their pictures taken (stand
ing), at same time, and recognized at once.
They were Rev. M. Coan and wife, M. L
Hallenbcck, Rev. A. O. Forbes, Mrs. S. L.
Colli, Kcaweamahe, Kaili, Kalama, Mrs. F.
S. Lyman, Mrs. L. and Miss II. Severance,
Misses Cora and Almc Hitchcock and Miss
Lucy Wctmore.... Resident of Ililo are de
lighted to welcome back to Ililo Dr, Fanny
Wetmore, daughter of Dr. C. II. Wctmorc,
who returns, after an absence of 'three years,
a full-fledged doctor . . . .The telephone to con
nect Ililo with Ookala will lie ready for use in
aliout 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 throwing at those who are
obnoxious lo them the Kcarnyisin, "must go 1"
Notwithstanding the unsettled state of pol
itics, the police arc able to sleep at well as
It has liecn suggested that the Antiques and
Horribles lie "invited to attend In nnlform.it
the Coronation. It Is 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 lie
in who should happen to lose them I
Though Gibson plug his cars with marlin
spikes, he cannot shut his ejes to the fact that
he has been "weighed In the lialancc, and
found wanting;" and in response to the popu
lar ilcmind, he "must go I"
How many jailors run the Oahu Prison now?
Mr. . Itucktcis, of course, the ilulr 1 appointed
officii!, but Charles Clarke another "son-in-law
" case is rcortcd to be quite officious
there. Is he duly appointed, or only there as
Supposing Kalakaua Rex has I111I bid off to
him at auction a large piece of Government
land on Kulaokahua plains, hut docs not com
ply with the conditions of sale, )cl receives the
title deed to the property. Well, "what are
you going lo do aliout it ?"
The hol-bcil of filth and nuisance In the
most central part of King street, producing
sufficient foul air to sicken the community,
needs more than the personal visit of the sec
retary and agent of the Hoard of Health; it
requires action for its removal.
Wc are reliably informed that it is the inten
tion to march the soldiers around this island
Some say the object is to drill them In camp
life; others, tint it is intended to establish a
more correct idea of the jKiwcr lichind the
throne in the minds of the country folks who
read the 'at Aina and A'lioloa.
In an article signed "C," in the I'lanttrt'
Monthly for Scptemticr, entitled, "The Nor
wegianWhat to do with him," it is intimated
bythevvritar that in the general clamor of
politics, "Gmx s lliby" maybe lost sight of. If
this clamor be not persistently prosecuted for
political reform, the chances arc that Ginx
himself will be lost as well as his H.iby.
A member of the present Cabinet once sug-
gestcd the raising of revenue by importing
millions of Chinamen, who would pay $5 a
head annually, in taxes, There is a remark'
able similarly lietween this kind of political
economy and tliat suggested (probably by
another Cabinet officer) in the '. C. A., to
make the Coronation a pa) ing investment.
The experiment was never tried in the first
case, and probably never will be in the second,
There arc three liquor dealers reported in
the ncighliorhood of Smith street that do not
fulfill the requirements of the law, respecting
payment of licenses, giving bonds, etc. Not
is a native, and drives quite a trade. No. 2 is
a foreigner, next; while No. 3 sells only a few
lioUlcs occasionally. The China dealers are
said to be found on King street, in the vicinity
of the station-house.
system that we Iwhold, like the fierce roir of a
monster driven to his den, shows its conscious
ncss that the kittle has begun in earnest. It
hasliegun the battle between the most dan
gerous abuses of administrations ami the pat
riotic good sense of the country. Gentlemen,
there is no more doubt of the Issue than there
Is of the justice of our cousc. If any man Is
dismayed by the uproir let him recall a story
of the war. In the midst of a battle a sudden
sharp shout rang out front the enemy's line
and a young Union soldier, in his first fight,
turned to his comrade and asked what It was,
'Th.il,' cried his comrade ' that's the rebel vcllj
Docs it frighten you?' 'Frighten me?' said
the young 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 lo victory."
Ladies and Gentlemen visiting San Franclscn will
find Very desirable i urnUhed Kuomi Kn Suit and Sin
Kle at No. 137 Montgomery Si, Corner llusli. Mrs.
1. Hone), formerly of Honolulu
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Flro Irtiurniico Co.
Suhicrlhnl Cijithtt .... $,1t000fiUHi
'I he above Company have how eM.ihliO.ed on agency
here, nnu are irfpnml lo take mk vn prop
ert of em) description within tttev
NEW GOODS I
ARF. CONSTANtt.V I1F.IN0 USCHlVEI)
J. T. WATKUHOUSK, Jr.,
DAILKVS tlKKAf I KN-CKNT SIOKK.
Fi-eih invoice New Oood !
'I he Ten Cent Store Is a success, and will he continued
NKWANO SW.KNMIi ASSOMMKN I- GOODS
10 ARKlVi: SIIORII.V.
109 Fort street. 10;
HoTKLSrHFtT, HoMiM'Ltr, II. I.,
DEALElt IX JjAMJSS9 AXI
Went9 Shoes ami GaltvvH,
lymj More, nftei' one tnnwetton jou will 1 sure
to come again Repairing ilone to cruer( Former I) of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No 4 Mfrcmnt Strekt, Honoluit, II. I.,
(OflOIITK SAHOK's MOM ft.)
C US T O M It O O T A XJ S 11 0 E
Good work J low prices. HcpatrinK ilone wit!, neat
neM and dupatcd.
P H. OEDINC,
Express and Drayman.
Freight, Package, and.lliggage delit.red to and from
all parts of Honolulu and ucinity. Careful at
tent ton juid to moving Furniijirc, with
WAGONS KXPKCSSI.V KOK THK PUKPOSn.
Telephone 86; residence is Punchiiov.1 street.
Office 86 King itreet. 106-tf
OAILEY & Co.
Orftit 10-Oitt Store t Somrlhtuy Xrtrt
Ten thousand different articles; ever thing tO rent I
Jotnr mt ft merf tit
Old Stand, log Fort street. 106.3111
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
to which the attention of
The 1'iiMlr l ruiirrlfiilln Invllnl.
FRENCH CONSULATE, HONOLULU.
Xnllrr thv Trmle.
tiii: kuunimiino or rur.sii nuiciir.u's
Meat nnd live slocl. Oxen, Sheep, Pigs, for the H4C of
trie garrison nn.l ol lhoe receiving .-illownnccs in 1 ace
t.l as m ell a for the ro iMoning of Ihe Heel and hoMii
wis, during Ihe iierlod lietween the tit of Ma) 1883
and the 9fft of Decemlicr 1889, mil he put till to cun
met publicly, on M-alcd tenders, on ihe Eth of Januuri ,
I e3t nt 1 o'clock p. in in the office of the OltllONNA
II.UK.nt I'Al'r.l'.lA. 'the condition of said contract
are drpoMtcd at the Office of Ihe r rench Consul here
where persons desirous to lender can consult them.
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
- VlfYHWIAS nnd SVllOKOS,
Hotel street, lietween Kort and Alalea streets.
From 7 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m. rotrtf
Editor Press: The last two issues of the
l'RESs read lo me the liest of any jiapcr ever
published in Hawaii, (jo on t You have the
hearty suiort at every true citizen of the coun
try. All whom I have met here are with you
fully, ami hope it will not lie a sudden blast
followed by a death-like calm, but a storm
that will increase day by day, until it shall
drive liefore it the fast increasing miasm that
will prove the death of the nation. ;. M,
"One pood turn deserves another," is
principle tome in our community seem to lie
carr)inK out to the letter, as h snow 11. by the
receipt, on last Saturday, by our friend of the
I leaver Saloon, of a massive silver-plated ice
pitcher, as a birthday present, on which was
the inscription, 'H. J. Nolle, Sep. 0, 1S82,
Ilollister&Co." This token U said to be in
inviigt for a little act of courtesy tendered some
lime since to a relative of the firm. Another
surprise, and of a similar nature, is tliownin
the token of regard to Mr. C. Hammer, in the
in recognition of kindness to himself and family
and in behalf of his fellow Scandinavians for
courtesies shown them.
KlillOR 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 affairs if possible, and through the regu
lar channel; but it is useless to look for the
remedy in legislation. With the right material
to work upon, and work with, in the coming
two )cars, and an assiduous rolling of the ball
until that lime, something might lieillecled,
but when it is considered that of all the rep
resentatives who will lie elected to the next
legislature, the majority w ill lie bought over,
Ixvdy and soul, to lielray their constituents;
thai they will, in fact, find it iim-ihle to
rcsUt, that recourse appears at once as futile,
It is the opinion of some in thU community,
that more forcible and rapid means will have
to Ik- resorted lo; allieit, with care, the dc
sired end may lie obtained ieaccably, C.
Kohala, Sept. 7, iSSj.
" There has been some idle rumor, or rather
invention, almut alarm at the Palace, the
doubling of guards, and other precautions.
The occasion of some of the v oluntecrs 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 report that a change of Ministry was
about to take place and w liicli has been cur
rent tluring the past week, we deem well
founded w hen w c are able to assert that the
information comes from one who was formerly
a cabinet officer himself, and who also asserts
the fact that a portfolio has been offered to
him. We may also say here, that our inform
alion in regard to the intended movements of the
army came from an officer of the cavalry com-
lany, whose commission as such, we have
seen. If the '. CT A. wishes to raise the
question of v eracity, it can hurt none but those
on its own staff.
It is an ominous fact that the "loyal" '7i'rtr
has not a word to say in defence of the recent
attempt to impose "a one-man-rule" on the
people. One w ould hav c suposed, 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
walked up Mauna Kiekie)esterday afternoon."
Does W. M. G, remember A. W. Emerson's
"1 he silent organ loudest chants
'the master's retimem."
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner.
DISEASES OK TIIK HOOK A SrKCIALTV,
Residence 83 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. 5 qr
COMPOSITORS WANTED. ONI. OR TWO
plain Compositors wanted at the Satukijav 1'hfss
Olfice; must be solier, reliable men; no others need n;
ply, toGtO. C0L1IV, Joreman.
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wreathes ami Feathers,
Ileal Ostrich Feathers,
On litis occasion I specially wish to call the attention
of the ladies, to my mag magnificent stock of
Uy the Suez and r.uteka ueliave received I.ARGU
AUDI I IONS to our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY EINE !
And ue are &ellin
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
1IACKFELD & Co.
OFFKK t-OU SAI.K
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Just received per C. K. Mihtf, (Walters,, Master,)
Consisting in part of as follows :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Ilrown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Dlack, Gros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Darrgr, Crepe, Ac,
Men's Fiirnhhtiifi (lorxls,
Shirts, Woolen, Mined, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc.. Merino nd Cotton Undershirts, White
Bosom Shirts, Socks tt Stockings, Cloves,
Handkerchiefs, foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Pine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Pelt,
Sacks & Pants,
Doy's Shirts, nnd
Children's Jackets, I,
R. Coats etr Leireinirs. Mon
key nnd Sailor Jackets. Carpet
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIONEER.
ORTOAGEE'S NOTICE of SALE
11V OIKFCI ION OF SrF.l'HF.N SPF.NCF.R
the Mortgagee named In a certain Indenture of mort.
gage, dvted IVcemlr fth 1876, msde by Klmo
Kaat, to said Stephen Spencer, I amdirect-
ed to sell at public auction on
si:ptkmiu:h III, ISSV,
At r o'clock noon,
at my sales room, all Ihe right, title ami Interest
of Ihe said Klmo Kaat In and
la that certain piece of Ijind situated in
Aud more particularly described in Ko)al Patent Nnm
5051, ana remaining an area or co-ten 01 an acre
t or lurther particulars apply lo Cecil Ilrown,
t . . ...
ney for Mortgagee, or
Slippers, Silk ami I
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White nnd Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
It lH lets,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires.
scarier, urange, wnue wooien nnu 4 points,
oci. wamiKV, it.c .wuun.a ......
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants,
We also MANUFACI URi: to order
(uf every kind,)
Genuine Fail de Colocne. KnliinV Kx
tract k, Toilet Soaps l'ln Income, Hair
Oil, CoihIk, IxjokinKClhisri, I'iiet. I.
K. I talk, Harmonica, I Hani. Itouku,
Gold Leaf, Jewilr), Gold Watches
Hemp & I, K. racking, Coal ll.tkeft,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Uxtemlon, Arm, Dining room nnd Parlor Chairs,
Settees Mirrors eci
SmUUr, Cntfnhtnn, (UiIim, Stirrup l.ntlhrv.
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
ContiininR Plates Cum. Tea pol, Howls Clnmliers,
Rice Disliet and llokers Demtjolm 3 nnd 5
Gallons Sample Hoitle. Vaes and Glassware. Manila
nnd'larred Rope, Loal Mass. Gunnies I wine,
lturlaps Woolpack and 'Iw died Sacking, Linen II ov:
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all si?cs and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches.
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, H. White Lead,
Stearine Candles, 4, 5, and 6, H. ft P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's LinseeJ Paint Oil, White Zinc P
OALE OF REAL ESTATE,
n" OKDK.R Or TIIK U. 8. CONSUL,
belonging to Ihe heirs of ihe late James R Price, t,i
llulford, deceafd, on SATURDAY
at it o'clock noon, at aleroom I will tell At puMic
auction, tho following property Ulunrffng to ald
etAte, vli; one
HOUSE AND LOT
sitinteilon PA LACK WALK, fornmlv a pari rf the
Kojal Shool nemiestonve)cd ly J. O. Dominls,
AdininiMrator Kstnle Kamehsnicha IV, to I).
C. Walermin, and by himtojas. It. Price.
'I ho properly Is subject ton mortgage
One piece of knto nnd Lula hnd In MnUM Valle), ad
joining and lielow the Itnd of ll II, Parker, con
taining aluml llj acres, being a potlionof land
contevedto K.lihiaby l(o.il Patent 43.19
and by him 10 O V. I.twrhardt ami
li) me Miter lo James K Pricr.
llrrtln at f.Virilir ,, I'lif.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
. . Ikmielll
. . Kolul
De Laage fits and Boutcllcau 0 Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seick Monopole, Ch Faare, G.
K. Mumm & Co., Sparkling:
Hock, Moselle, &c, &c,
German anil Havana C'lfars,
Plated ware Spoons, Porks, Cruets, '1 ea
sets, Cups, Napkin Rings, SaKers, tie..
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Needles, Spoons, Files Spurs, (lalvaiiired IUsins,
Hoop Iron, Keg Hivt-ts, Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Coiniosilioii Nails, Clanhers,
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
'tanks, etc., also. White Brother's
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
limpty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Tcrnn l.lbrrtil, A'uiiijifra I'rer ( J-Vrfiyif.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to.
At Ihe request of several of the prominent Slock
Kais rs, we protiose lo hold
Monthly sales of Stock,
Horses Cattlk, Muifs, CaiAt;K.s, etc.. etc.,
and we dull lie gl.nl to receive condgnments irom
all pirts of the Islands, promising faithful at
lention lo the interests of consignees and
Our rTKSr SAI.K still l held an
Satiirttan, September JO, ISS'J,
at 1 J o'clock, noon, al HOOD'S S 1'AIILKS,
vthen we still sell six
7m' t'arrlafe Horses, (well broken),
0 Sailillc Horses,
Double Harnesses, Single Harnesses, etc.
Terms CASH upon the fall of the hammer.
roj 1'.. P, ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BY VIRTUE OK AN OKDKK OK
Stle Issued out ofthe Probate Court on the 19
August, a. ij . 1882, liefore Hun, S. Lvuian, lie
undersigned, Kxccutor of the estate ol Keku
lululil, (w.) hereby gives notice that he
will sell sell at Public Auction, on
Wetliiesilan, September 'JOih,
Al 12 SI , at the Court House In
rt.ilu piece or parcel of land known ns
API I P I I ,
Situated at HONOMU, 1111,0, HAWAII, and more
fully dewilwd in Koal Patent. No. 898 n follows:
K hoomaka Leia ma ke Lthi akan o keia. a t hul. S.
lilcl, 1 Lahi i hooinaLa al. Maloku olaila he lo U8 lou.
Trrmt C'lliai, Deeds at esiiense of Purcliascr.
Guardian Kstate uf Kekululuhl, de'cd
57jf L 7J kapuai: a malailaae, St JlK, W 743 ka
j.ual; alalia, N 52V, W ai8 kapuai; alalia, N 72U',
W 330 kapuai; alalia, e hofu ma kahawal 770 kapuai a
Lounges and Bed Lounges
J utl as c w iiit lo prct lal Saturday the 91I1
inst. the tlcamcr Jaiita came Into wit, after a
fine pisvme of 57 '') f'0111 'v,ti MklueU(
Aiotcs, vvjlh 1,182 iimninunU including men,
(imeit and children lo the lloanl ofltnmi-
gratiun. The o)age U tcportcil to have liecn
on eminently ucccful oue since leaving U
lion, at which port much ealiouaiul uncalled
for siucifcrwics! by the li auinomic nece.
.haled leaving she- emigtant that had
engaged lo oiine from that port. The health
of the uaiaJfccrs la been good, considering,
vkith the inception of whooping cough among
the children and several case of opthahnla.
There have lweii as deaths during the sovage,
auioug the pasxnger, one of which was an
lulul), and ll births. The third officer alo
Jtasl Use day prior to their arrival. Qn Salui
Oay tail Sunday they were transferred to the
jinmlarili-r ikpot during which operation they
Witt tiVViml of by partis for the Hoard, the
cktitaiw. asvl the qptts.
We record with pleasure the happy event of
the vveck, in the marriage and reception cere
monies of Mr- 0, Y, Smith, of the house of
HollUtcr Co., to Mis Nellie RlclianUin, al
the residence of the bride's mother op Chaplain
street, on Thursday evening the 14th inst. At
7130 o'clock the twain were made one by the
Kev, 0. Wallace, in the presence of the mem
ber of the family and a few mo&t intimate
friends, Miss May Richardson being brides
maid and Mr. II. K. I'oor as groomsman. At
S u'clock the Invited quests began to assemble.
The happy couple receives! the congratulations
of their many friend at one corner of the
room which had been tastefully ariangesl with
floral decorations, and hanging over them a
horse shoe foTmed of rose bud. The deep
window sills near (hem were filled with the
floral offerings of friend, while in another
direction were dispUjcU the substantial, costly
and handsome tokens of well wishes from the
many fiiendsand relatives ofthe happy tuir.
The gathering was very large, and ample pre
parations had been made for the comfort of all
the guests In the erection of a lanai for dancing
Hirpocs which began early and continued till
the " wee sma' hours," Decorations with Ian
teriu. flags and greens were arranged nicely
and had a very pretty effect. The couple are
spending their houey-tnoon at Waikiki at
Queen Kama', she having kindly placed her
summer cottage at their disposal.
A KKD-lEITJiK DAVAT WAILUKU.
EmiOK Puts; I felt to-day like joining
the almist in calling upon ever) thing in
heaven and on earth to bkss the lord, for lie
isgoosl and Hi mercy cndurelh forever. He
taketh pleasure in them that fear Him, in them
that hope in His mercy. Kor two months
past, we have wilncsed the power of the gos
pel to elevate, and purify, and save. The earn
est lalxirs of our pastor, Dr. Lane and Mr.
Hallenbcck have K'cn accompanied by the
spirit of God with power. The whole com
munity have lK.cn profoundly moved, and I
believe a goodly number have determined
henceforth to serve Clod.
Last Sunday, Sept, jd, was a daylong to be
remembcred here; the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper was administered and twenty persons
added to the church on profession of faith ; some
of them, Indeed, had liecn profeors of religion
along lime ago, but hail wandero! far from the
fold. It waa seaaonof fellowship with ChiM
and with one another, so that we sat together
in heavcnl) places in Christ Jesus. The work
is just beginning), these are Ihe lust drops ol
the copious show 1 r we ate espccling. Our
Lord's command to us is, "Open thy mouth
wide and I will Pill it t" and he assures us that
he U well pleases! w ith them tliat hope in his
Wailuku, Sept. 8, 1S81. II, r. A.
PLANTER'S ANNUAL MEETING.
The first regular annual meeting of the
Planter's Association is to begin on the lOtli of
next month, and will probably remain In ses
sion for several d.i)s, as matters of great im
portance to the welfare of planting interests in
these islands will then le up for discussion.
We agree with the '. C. A. in its recognition
of the powerful and influential nature of this
organization, when It sas that; "It would be
hnposihle for any Hawaiian Government to be
arra)ctl against the planters, taken collectively,
in any nutter aliout which they wire unani
mous. We have every reavm to believe that
they will lie unanimous, at least in their de
ti'rminaiion to use such influence as they pos
ses to further the prosperity of the great in
dustry they come together to represent, and
upon the succesful conduct of which is depen-
lent the very autonomy of this Island King
dom. Although not especially organized for
iwlilical purposes it is hardly possible at the
present time that they will lie able to avoid
participating in Ihe conflict that is going on in
the political affairs of the country) and that they
will make their influence felt in favor of better
government. They will probably not forget
that scheme for the introduction of labor,
which have originated with Ihcin, have been
thrown ovcilsoord by a weak and arrogant
minUtry with no belter show of reason than
the mere gratification of a vain desire to pa
rade their own importance liefore (he conmiu
nil). We look forward to an interesting and
READ AND REFLECT.
The AMtrtiter and the EMt do not pretend
to anw er the arguments, or rebut the state
ments, which we have presented showing how
the King lias subverted the constitution. These
paper have dodged the main issue, and vent
their iwrtty spile hi low personalities about
some who hate taken prominent part in oppos
ing the Kings anti-constitutional lusasuies.
We commend to these paper the closing aatv
I tenecs of O. W. Curtis' addra on civil trvk
1 rc4om. , " The atwry UsoUbcc ol th
Miisllnet'tes, ,. ,
etc., etc., etc.,
Every description of Print.
anJ llullons. The
Is replete vdili ihe, a
In Hat triinmeJ or uiui.inmetl.
A HicnJUly .MWrUj Muck uf LAlS UNDKK-
SVKAK. from my I"" eipcricnca In the U-
UJ lrJsj I know ckstctly ib klnj of
goo! to wit this market, and
ihcrcfure, have no oUl
Mock on runl.
um' itnunHOMO qom
Al cscetHilncIv- UW J'KICES.
CuLsrrJ Shuts !lh dressed liucM fionls a nc'uUy.
maje u or der
i'lii-rinaei-jr ran mrr tltrlr rhotfv uf
lly order of James Love, Kmj t
I M ill oflrr for sale on
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1888,
a! ii o'clockt nun,
nt SalrMTtom. the llouteaml lot on King lie?t, near
lite Liitigc, known a.
THE THRUM PREMISES.
'Hi Houte U Itto-Hosnes withanatiic, and there &r
rottten.eist outlmilJiii:i for trvaitt.
K. V. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
UAYAfiUNOUCKI TIIK UNOhRSlGNKO
lL'lo notify hit many good IriciuU ami custom
crt thai Mr. N, I'KIKKSON ha chare of Im dray
n,;e liumci, and that he toil) I iIacd to accoiiimo-
ilatc litem In that hue mum ihk nivr tuahi on tub
Urach. Ring uii'lcltfilione No. 65 when uu want
'I cam, or Ieae order at thcOUice on Quern hi net,
lttotci. Wilder and Daw ken's. lont forget the
number, 65. w$ U KOI.KKIhO.V.
E. P. XDAMU, Agmt.
Telejhon Ka 71.
A STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
AS10K IIOUSK 1)1 NINO AND
Numbers 7 and j Hotel Street.
IIOASD IV Tilt IlAVi Wirt:, OR ItANSItNT.
Billuitls, Clears, din relies and ToLurco, SoJj Water
auJ other IccJ Jruvss. Sisals senett in
at art- noL'ss.
HART BHOTHBRS. PROPRIETORS.
Mr. Jsitlor llosencraulz
Wishes la infann ihe 1'uUic llat he is now nreparej la
receive pujuls fur Instructions In
Vocal and Instrumental
Aflrr lli mou Iuirocd metltodi.
Vhtno-iUHluy t ten Jed to at khort fvottct,
Addrcu 1S1D0R ROSKNCUANrr,
Tlirum't Koit .Sirca Store or HollUtcr' Drug Store
CATURDAY, SEPT. jo, iMa.
IsAND AT WAIKIKI,
At my S.M.I'.SKOOM, at sa o'clock noon, hy wder
of Jolin aihl AugU't Herlntf, I ttill sell
At Public Auction,
llial certain liiece of UikI situate In Makllti. Waikiki,
Oahu.t tielonginj: tu the said John antt August
llering, as set forth and described in Royal
t'atent No. 3S6J containing an area u
107 rods, with all the rights, brivihgee
and buildings thereto belonging.
There Is a small housa uiion this iieobrrty. alto sev-
il fruit Ires and a number of taru isatshei
tilled lo regular water
patches, all cu.
Terms CASH. Deeds at purchaser's capenta.
107 . E. I', ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Stock for ssssl.
.'la thurrt Kift Maul I'liittlatlun ('v.
10 anrrra Kulmlil Sujur Co.
HO mhitrtm I'rlueerlllt I'laiilalluH to.
Utl aAurra H'dIIiisii I'UtiitattuH Co.
30 aluirra llairnllitn .l(f IcmIiii-ii C'si.
'Ilw price at which the abot a t shares of stock will be
sold olTer cxcellcnl ospoftunilte (A iuvestnicnts.
IJabllityof uocLlioMers limited.
)t Merchant street, Honolulu, Sept, J, iHa.
SMITH ft Co ,
rjOTEL STREET MARKET,
Kit. U. HALLKH. 1'r.s.r.ei.r,
Will be open for business.
Om SssttsnUsr, fsjyi,
, e(M i-
wtu w ftiuu suiir.
Polite Oaks lu
Coma Fptl and H"l Ssraata,
hish.'V j. HAitr.
Ills A, HAST,
WISSA.M. PRE&COTT. u
Ni'W j, Kvksi SrcT,
TEACHER OT, ELOCUTION,
pilARUES T. CULICK, .
AcaNT TO TAk AtKXOltM,MMT Q Lawi
OKNEKAL BOSINKSS AOtNT.
Office In Mactssa'l Elock al coruer Quean and rtaabu-
malm ssresss, Haaumamg - s-iy
AWAIIAN INVKSTMkNT ANH AGKWCY
.Uxuuanr. iuuu, -
On piiu-slaM SKvrULta, Ivr sou or shun periods;
Apply to w, u UK.rirs. ataaagef yr mm.
Slisrt. user O W. MattatlsM A Ka.-M
Ail MS. THO. LACK,
No, 79 Kort Siit, Hoaotviu, H. I.,
Iiapgrtar and DsaJe Us
And Osnulna. PARTS. ATrACHUUm,
M,mT IIMIB SWWOTWWV
1 Jrf.j .-.
IXMues aaa aasssa. ssanwsin a a,sa
O. N. T. Mansisss CsssVoss. ,
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Wtlistjl Cut Pspsr
I . Mua Pnanait sl be pUsud 19 suaka
(oj to awlsfc anlaniwmsus n psivaaa tasmai.
No, il Nvi'akv Srastr, Houolvsv, II. I .
rrue4il I'lumlm-, Ou-mt
mmsI VwrmUh r
Panksdar auaii ytit w ttM itmt ssE,StT tssa
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