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Ocronin t4, it!:
A hopeful feeling h noticeable In bmlnese circle!
though there it little evidence of actual Improvement In
trade for the weV beyond th somewhat free settle
menu of quarterly account. Activity of trade Itwlf
has not et len shown, but will, probably, with the
Ihr etlemive land sale of list Saturday were nh
drawn tttr the time being, and the lease aale of the !,ong
premise for Monday wa postponed till lhl day, Salur
In slurping malten for the weelc Il ha been quieter
than usual, lajlh in arrivals and departure. We regret
to record the marine disaster at the entrance to our wt
of the Hrilislithip Akivim on the nth Inst, with the
prospect of her Incoming a total wreck; alto the arrival
in dislret of the Am. hip Hope full partlcu
lars of which are given eltewhere
We give herewith the quarterly etjwrt table referred
Id In our last issue, and which showl attothe tot all for
the nine month, a alio a comjeintlve ahowlng with
iinilarprrndtaT lail ear l"he result It very gratify
Ing, showing a It doe the continued healthful Condi
tl.mofoureporl, ave that the variety seem to l
le srnlng all the while , attention llng centred upon the
leading Maple. ITie gain hat not lieen to large the hut
quarter romiiareil with the third quarter of last year,
but the three quartert thowt a handttme gain over the
Mint frical of lat year llil may I significant from
the recent crow of the ' C A taUng the glory of
the prvenl condition of the country, according to the
thuwingoflhe Custom House latle, a belonging to
the pretenl cabinet They may laVe o much thereof
ajelong to them and welcome , we djubt If an), one
cnviet them it
Art hut nt i'ntt of Honolulu,
Mary IZ. t osier, nch , from I'un-iluu.
Mile Morrii, sen , from Molokal
Mitlolo, sen. from llaValau
WaiIcIc. sell . from Mnliko
I.iVcliVc, Ktm , King, from Ililo
IVuutii. nh , front Kuili ...
KaIuiu. c.i , from Mahko.
Mary ! osier, ncli , from Kau . . .......
(lulurUn. Am bk . Hubbard, from San F
hmtru, sen from Waunae anil Wautlua.
Nugara, lint hu, Hope, from tea in ditrei
Nettie .Merrill, c , from Lthaina
Manuokawal. ch , from Hanatnaulu
llaleakala. Kelt . from l'eieekeu
lloiw, Am hi. Curt ii, from sea lit tlisnrcsi
inukRi, irom wa.-uui
Kaala, mIi. from Kucilau .
Kitauea llou, ttm , Sears, from Kali u tut .
JIiuj, Mm , I.iurenz, fin. Hana anil Molokai.
U Iv, llhup, Herry, front Kauai
faleniialier, IA. Hichanl, for 1'orlland, O.
Jennie, k1ii( for Kauai ,.
Ka .Mm, Kb i for t.aupal.oelio3 .
Caterina, kIi., for Uanalei.
I'lbohho. kIi . for Kauai
C K. U.thop, Mm . Ilerr fur Kauai .
I .elm a, Mm , I.iwrent, for Molokai and Maui
Ktlatira Hon, Mm, Sears, for Kahului ,.
Mokolit, Mm , Miurcgor, circuit of Oabu
Kal i, Kb , for Koolati . , ,
Kauikraouli. hcii .furllonokaj ...
Nlc rot, wlL, for Koala u ,
Likelike, Mm , Ktnc, fur Ililo, . .,
LbuVui, tb for Vaulua 4..
Marii I. Smiih, Am. tern, Jobnion, fur Port
lotsnsenJ. ,, ,,...
Walmalu, sell., for Ililo,. , ,,, , ...
Wailcte, tvclu. fur Mabko. .... .
Civic law, Mc. bkM OnUno, for Koal Koads,
Mary foster, M:b , for Kau ,.
WaitoH, Kh for I'aauliau. , ..
Kale, lliw, bk,f Kothfus, for San franctsco.
t'titrl mnr in Port
1auy I.AMrsoN, Manton ,. Km. Ik
U. C Mukkay, JcnVi. Am bk
Claus SrNbCkKis Coumiis . ,,..i Am. Kb
Anian, Nevtball ,,, , Am. tllne
Dakota, Wrndt .. , ,.Anu tern
1'Fl Ho. Lemckcn. , t ..Cer. bk.
laidkian, itutjiuru ... , .. Am. uk
Horn, Curtu , , Am. ship
ALASkA, Uclkuap U. S. S
ilrjtrctrtl Jium fntrion Vott.
IIhbmkn, I law. bk. Iolani... ..Oaneli
nowuue ll llackieia (t Lo., acts.
Lkhsikt Cit, Am bktne UkclkJohn .Manwn
(Tor kahului) Due Ovt 9330.
KlKWtv..., Am bktne W. H. Dimonu, ... ..(loudtett
(for rvtthulul.J nowr duer
GLAr.uvt. Ilrit stupAtiKKAMAN.. Oiapman
lo sail about middle of Sep. G. Macfailane
Humboldt, Am urn U v .Wicknun
Now due. lMcrs v Cooke, acts.
Humholpt, Am. tern Jmrni Kuss .Ilenrioues
Due (Xt. a
ii Allen iN.Knitint.tn. ipii
Allen tKobinton. acts.
l.ivniiint itrt. LL tli..u . iy....
""-'""-t " w.
JLUrtk . .StVti-tc-M.llWaL.
iauini.uE 31 1 11. waucj io., ngtt.
Nkw C srLK, Hf.w. Nic bk.KicMijio , . Howes
1 .- !..... ' .. .. I .. - -----,
Nkw 0Kk, Nor. bk Imaco , . .NcIUm
Oct ,hi. CauU & Cooke, acts.
Tout (.a 11 hi it, Am. Utnc. Kits at. , Koltnwn
Due Oct 10-15. II. !UckfM&Co,, ajtv
1int Hlawilv, Aiil bk. KttKKit klutue
DtteCKt i5-o. Allen & Kobinson, acts.
TOUT (.AMBLttt Am. U ItuKNA Vista . Calhoun
DutOvt s-. II Ha.kfeMACo.,Acts.
l'oMTOAwmt, Am. Ik. I.i m Marshall
Due Nov. j.io. Lewcrs & Cooke, agtt.
Sn fBhcisco( iul Suw , ,,.IXm
(Vt 16. V l Irwin & Co.. afits.
San ruAwciKO. rtii Citv ok Nkw Vok . .Cobb
DuttXt il II MackfeU&Co.a.gts.
SwI-k,kciko, Ht ttm. U. Makik McDonald
DunOvl it-is- T R. .HrJlCo..acts.
SiN hnciko, Aiil Wtnc, Cunvilu Howard
Due Oct, yy V 0. Irwin & Co., agi.
San Mkciw:ot Am.bktn. J A.allinilhc. KorUs
Due (X.I t.t.t. (Vlifi-rA.iL. ...
San rtANciscu( Am. tktne, 1-lla llrown
i'u vai lyyx urewer wo., its.
aUMtv, r. w. s, ZkLANUiA. Webber
I'm va.1. u. 11, nackuid is: Uo,, tu
AiitcrioMi Wik CatUutui. Hubbard, nuaer. sailed from
San rraiKlkCO. SK 10th. had a calm f..r ih. .... -,
KlMirk. lKtl llcrk lta.llu k.t.l ... I -- ..
of Calin. then lulu wtueily wiudttoUt jo lin.
then luhl easterly wind to Ion, iil then haj t AW
r T" "". """"! tuiuiiuiuiiiuiifrii nnun
ram, from Ihenc. good tradet. S,i.hlcJ 'Maul on th.
tuocnlnfof lhoth, andhot.tm olT Duuund lltad
' "f" "i i1 t1' A"'1 l Honolulu Mid.
HWUI M IIH lUtO.
Ametkan khl llo, Curtil. tailed from tuft Towilf
end Auf had fin. alhr until Sct nth, lun.
Ill IJ M. laL IB JO n encuunternt a biitrirn k,l.
lamJ hours. W. urried ay foteuiatt, ouin.
mattt nunen tOi-fiaIUnt matt and ho. sprit, lo.t moa
of tail. tcit, ij, tuoVt lint. attt Uanktneld, from
nillr, Encland, bound lo San rraiicuco, oho
tuiJiedut wllhailvut tpar. Alter tlcann wrU.
wmi nginj. jur)-.aiaMt. 00 in. 19m 01 aettt. lior tri)
for Honolulu. Krom thenc has. had ho. ihr fl
Iha uiac. Si.l. ij tuolic II11L burl Lady Head,
from Vktotu, It U, bound 10 London.
Th. Am. teru Daaota U at lh tiUiud diLaij
Ilia Iter. tA 1V1 Ua Is .lie t...tn. t... ......... ..
.. vi. Vi"V . . vv ..
111. 0 S Suea will m dua from Sau KranciKO to
morrow . u. with U S Mul.
111. Am. U. Caibanen it at )trer & Co.'i haif
f itcu! ul",1" netai tarja from ttaa
llw liu thip Niagara. wxrM aahora ou WcuWlai
Utl w ban aileuvtliif to eut the harbor, t or uartku'
lira tc. another eoluain. .,
Th Am. U. U U Murray U at th. EsoUnod. du
fh.ri.uuj. and Uo ,,,,, t,tiUi. ShTwiU .etirii
14 Sau fraiu-Uoj ou 01 ahouT Saturday neat.
1J- m lljin- jane F-lkinburc will tomh at
will laoi part of her'carjjo and then come to tbij port
me.iint stn ua aennauer, arneer, amvtd at
Ililo, Oct 5, 19 day? from San rrancico with 50
pan2rr, 16 horei and mule4f and a full cargo cf
Tha Am Lbrn Amelia U at Allen A Robinum
Th Am sch Clauf preclceU has diicharRed her
cargo, am J on Wednesday lait a second survey wa
held on her, when it wa decided that she be thorwih
ly repaired Sh ha ln hauled over to Sortn
ont wharf, where the work of repairing will b com
menced on MontUy net
I"he lint hk lidv Ijatntrton U Al Sorenons wharf
Th- caren(en have finished copfring her and she U
now on even keel, and will soon he ready to take her
place In the line again for San Francisco With her
newconl of copier we shill expect to hear a good re
port from her
From aVew CamU. NSW. rr D-iL Crt .
trum Hongkong, per ret Ho, Oct 6.-70 Chinese and
Carl HrownMsln. N (treenMain
F rom I tonckons ex I VI I lo. Oct 6 To Kat-1 Ilrnu n
stain, 4 pkgtchinaware; Order, Tocstea, 151 H mat
tin. 8 rk t cricket, ijfa r kg Chine tmlse, irniiirt
stone. aiue 01 cargo to various Chine firm consiM
Inz of malting, tea. clears, wine and mritt. irrnreri4
arv! general CIitne mdw
from newcAtIet n S v ex Am Khr Dakota, Oct
rjrj tnn coal
r rom an r ranctcn. Am hk. (Jaitiarien, Oct 9 I w
Kawlint, mskiof bArle).iki .wan, 10 bales hay, 50
bgisalt, II !.Melnt)reft llro, ij8j rkgi grocenei,
ptoviiions and feed, Mclean llrot, iocs lubricating
oils. 5 c vials, t sk cork, Waterhouet no sk flourj
II llackfield ACo, isoWsk Hour, 50 bbls lime, t$3
bale hay, 14 stove, lapdgs kettle, elc, 4cshirdware,
1 k wo"i 3 c tinware, ioci furniture, 1 piano; I
If Davies & Co , sr UtMhay, 94 sks lirant 413 sks K-tr
icy, K MMuicrr, i ncinerny, 5 cs in in, 11 iiay
ft Co, tut kg groceries, C It Judd. 41 bales hay. o
sks bran, hO Hall ft Son, 16 pkjj hardware, 48pkg
tnwiler CItrewer ft Co, 1 tank gasoline, -45 k bar
VV 3 c mourning ami picture irame(
diy good, Ceo. r Well, to crate ewing machln, x
It oil, 1 c mirror, 1 c hirdware, 5 bdl moulding; Ijtlne
ft Co, n Ule ha , Ml Kocf rrpkg huUand net
tings, II J Agnew, 113 bg oat; 1, IfolTitcbhegerft Co,
n pkg dry good; C Oerlr, 1J pkg hoot and shoe;
1 irwinn uo, 7w) pug saimon; iiuem t-o, ia
sks bran, j k Itnrley, 1 hx harness, c ammonia, h
Co, 3r) pkg salmon; Wilder ft Co, it
( ttnrlev. I bx harni4. 4r nmninnii. K
Adam, 70 pkg furniture; Vnriou Ciuncse firm, 7a
pkg furniture, 440 sks Mour, pkc butter, 100 cs nut
oil, 84 pkg Chinese mdwj Alien ft Kobinton, 9107 piece
butter, 100 cs nut-
.obinson, 9407 piece
!astle A (jmU. S r
rustic, I lutiwitnt. 1 bbl claret; CaMle ft Cooke. 8 c
sewing marlunrs, aobbl salmon, 3on,orrt shingle, 1
lioat, 16 pkg furniture, 7 pkg butter, 1 pkg saddlery, 1
pkg clothes, 118 sks bran, 94 sks barley, 61 sks oils, aj
sks middling, 100 sks potatoes,
hx Hr Lk Clengaher, hence for Portland, Oct, 6
!733 I'R m,'v: an,J 7" ton coke in tran-ut.
l.x Haw Lk Kale, hence for San rranctscq.Oct. 11
35t.348H' sugar, 48,ia4 It rice, 901 Rrt coffee. Value
ilomcMic 1 rod nee $49,399 6a.
KwifL-InlM city, Sep ajth, to tlie wife of Mr CI
rNr'Lil!.v!n Nu,ulnu Valley, Oct and, to the wife
Oiaiik 0n1uelay, On. loth, to the wife of I C
ClaJe, a rhugliter.
SllirsoN-ScfiTT In Honolulu, Oct. nth, 1881, by I.
A. Cruzan, Mrt. Cl-ira C, Scott anil Davul Simpson.
I)i:prBK-lMNiNiiiRr.H-ln Snnllranclvco, Auc a.
I'm A Mcllufler formerly of llonokaa, to Mrs. Carrie
LtsiiiAN-At MaliU, OctoUr jth, Kolwrt William,
infant ton of William and .Marion I Unman, aged 7
monlhtand 19 days.
THAT CORONATION, A RELIGIOUS
In one of the organ's editorial articles, this
week, on " the table of domestic exports," we
find interjected this curious paragraph. ''This
is the record of the country in which cu'ij
thing is going to the dogs, because Gibson and
Hush, Kaat and l'reston are the King's .Min
isters ; and because His Majesty ami the repre
sentatives of the people think it desirable that
the religious service of a coronation should be
added, to the ciil forms by which lie was
installed upon the throne." Our versatile Pre
mier, (or Primate is lie?) is pulling another
string in this puppet farce. "His Majesty
nnd the representatives of the people think it
desirable," and so on, Whose thought is it?
Ask Ihc people if they want Kalakaua
crowned. Ask the new spapcrs, nativ e or for
eign, the true representatives and exponents of
public opinion, if the organ does not misrepre
sent the people in advocating the desirability
of a coronation. Ask I lis Majesty, if the idea
did not originate with V. M. Gibson, has
been his pet scheme from the first, and is now
pushed on by him in face of a pronounced pub
lic disapproval? "Other wonderful reasons have
been assigned why Kalakaua should have a
coronation, such as the value of the gloves to
be bought for the occasion. That was a sop
to the merchants. Now the pity of the com
munity is invoked to invest with the sanctities
of religion this mock pageantry.
In countries where religion U established by
hw, where there is a national church one can
sec some propriety in inducting into office the
sovereign, who is also the head of the church
like Victoria or Alexander, with some litur
gical performances. Hut there is no Ha
waihn national church. Kalakaua is not a
man who feels the pressure of religious resjwn
sibilitiesj and if we may trust the published
statements of those who have conversed with
him on the subject, he counts himself among
"the advancetl thinkers of the nineteenth
century" and reckons religion among the
exploded theories of an unscientific age.
What is ''the religious service" to be
"added to the" civil forms by which he was in
stalled upon Ihc throne?" Was the oath of office
only a civil form? What religious service can
be other than a liturgical form ? Who has any
authority to prepare such a ceremonial ? Where
are the precedents for il? It is not a Ha
waiian custom. No advancetl thinker of the
nineteenth century would think it scientific to
go back to the barbarous usages of idolatrous
superstition. What religious official is the
proper crson to officiate? The English
Church is the church of a few foreign residents.
The Romish Church is not the church of the
majority of the Hawaiian people. The Church
of the Utter Pay Saints has only a scanty
and scattered tncmbcrshiii. Historical asso.
ciation, if they have any religious worth or
efficacy, would make the " Old Slone Church "
the place for the religious ceremonial, and its
stor the proK-r person to officiate as Iwlng
the representation of the largest organization
that is mott properly now the embodiment of
the religious faith of the large majority of the
Hawaiian people. Hut the ortan has nub.
lulled to the world a condemnation of this
Kau aiahao Church as a disgrace to the name
of religion, and surely that cannot be a fitting
place to consecrate Kalakaua to his kingly
The English coronation oath was fixed bv
act of Parliament, but wc have not heard of
any form of oath or of religious service ap.
pros rd by the last legislature. Are they to lie
called together lo give authority of law as well
as the sanction of teligion to the proposed
We should like to be thoroughly posted on
this matter before we attempt to criticise, as
we are bound lo do, in our editorial capacity,
for ihc enlightenment of the public, the pro
gramme whieh we suppose U soon to be pub
lished. Has any one a copy of Ilohn'"C).
clopediaof Political Know ledge," or can any
one lend us a book published in London, 8j8,
entitled "Chapters on Coronations?" It
Kalakaua lo be annolnled with oil?" On
what Scripture, is he to be sworn thU time?
If this proposed coronation is to be a purely
religious service, to be added to the inept civil
form used eight vearsavo, it will greatly relieve
the perplexities of the Lord High Chancellor
oftheieahn, who might have some legal sou.
. , y . f 1.1.. - I
Pioauwi appcanrujio mrauuaie in ugucr
try, i3 utiles my, 7 c mourning ami picture irame, s
I Damon, tipkg well boring machine; Dillingham
ft Co, 4; pkgs hardware, 1 sks bran, 13 sks middlings,
lopkg powder. 40 1 kg lead and oil, C O Herger, 4
pkgsga future; r I Unehan ft Co 3 bbU brandy,
610 ski flour, 48ciksheer, 31 csks wine and liquors, ic
howa,d, 1 safe, 1 truck, letter pump, 3 cs vegeta
Me, t c tobacco sample. 15 bbl salmon, 391 lg oat
and feed, lowers ft Cooke, 163 pkg hay and grain. 5
pkg furniture. 7an.oi shlnales. llman Itro. tStkir
omli of office ami all the roial acn
MhatUat taken, by ail ministering (lie oath of
ftir,- - .-rt, .im
1'etli.ip the whilom
Mortnom Kldcr, W. M. Oibson, has had such
excricncc in concocting religiou scriccs that
hlifcnld Oriental genim I to ptcjutc the
unique "rchgoui scmce" to lc "adileil to the
ciil form," No one could so well .ct off the
affair a, the ersatilc Premier or I'rimttc, and
thenceforth, in his ImranguiA to Ihc Hawaiian
people, and Ins editorial, insist Uwn olwdiencc
to Kalakaui, not only as a cUll obligation but
as a religious duty.
The planters are coming and It is honed
and believed thit theif convention will result
in great good to the country. They are a
power, In fact the fv;ivr ot the land, and any
decides! stand which they may take, or any
K)Iicy which they adopt on questions of public
interest, must necessarily take precedence even
at the expense of the cherished opinions of the
King s ministers, or of the King himself. Of
this there can be no doubt, however distasteful
it may lie to those upon whose Inflated erson
alitics the friction will be severe. It is gener
ally admitted that scvcnl questions of great
importance to themselves and the common
wealth, requires the most careful consideration
and wisest conclusions of this convention of
planters, and it is earnestly hoped that the re
suits of their labors will meet with the grate
ful approval of the majority of the people,
Their inlcrcsts anil the liest interests of the
people as a whole, arc identical. It lies in
their power to work many needful reforms and
it is expected they will use their power with
wisdom arulyirmnett. Advice to them as a
body or to any intlivldu.il member of the con
vention, upon any question which may be
lirouglit before it for consideration, is not neces
sary, for they are all thoroughly acquainted
with the situation; but ills not out of place
for a public journal, laboring in the interests
of the whole people, to urge this powerful
convention to decisive action at this time,
with the full strength of its influence, for gn
a nmtntal rtform. The planters arc in a xi
sition lo command deference from Ihc govern
ment to their interests, and to compel comfli.
ance with their just demands. It is to be
hoped, however, tint there will be no necessity
lor tlicm to assume an attitude seriously an
tagonistic, or to do more than declare their
wishes with firmness.
Upon the question of reciprocity there will
probably lie no tlilfcrcncc of opinion. The
question of lalwr and the cloud of one man
commercial power which is rising on the Ha
waiian horizon, will no doubt be very trouble
some, the latter question especially, as it is
currently reported tint the "sugar king" lately
left the Islands declaring that his mission was
to (yea the treaty. So that upon matters of
direct financial interest to themselves, it is ap
parent that the planters have weighty work be
fore them. Hut other momentous questions
not so direct in their financial influence upon
the planters, but seriously affecting their future
prosperil) and the future welfare of the whole
people of whatever occupation or profession, it
is nopeu, win receive the decisive attention
and unanimous action of these gentlemen, lit;
jmlitical reform ; a. return to good constitution
al government ; removal of the present utterly
unreliable and svcoplnntic advisers of the
King, and the appointment of wise, capable
anil noncst ministers who will command thecon
fidence of the people, and they the people
nopcluily rely upon the planters for relief, but it
is no light task to accomplish. The present min
islry are conscious of their position : they are
shrewd and unscrupulous anil will make every
concession in their power to conciliate tie
planters; the entire machinery of the govern
ment will be used if neccssay by these sveo
phants and intriguers to divert opposition from
them. They know the power of the planters
anil lear them and now announce themselves
-... .. Mt- . . ...
1'e-iie-eiiy wining to assist tnem in every way
posstuie. Ul course this is tempting and dan
gerousbait; they will probably offer the port
folio of the Minister of I'inance. They will be
guilty of any extreme of duplicity and cringing
to maintain their jiositions. They will no
tloubt attempt to create a difference of opinion
in the convention, but the people arc confident
that the planters will not be hoodwinked or
deceived, but will be firm in their detcrmina
tion to purify the Government of the rotten
ncss that now disgraces it. The fawning
tongue ol the flatterer who imposed upon
Hawthorne, Iirigham Young, Kalakaua, the
tleir people, ctc,.will once have lost its cun
ning and entirely fail of its object. Welcome,
UltiSUN-S RECIPROCITY POLICY.
Careful scrutiny of this arch-plotter's ma.
neuvering since our too susceptible Kinc re.
paid his fulsome flatteries with the portfolio
01 Premier, has laid bare the one prominent mo
live inspiring all his nets. Self-aggrandize.
ment is the most comprehensive term descrip
tive of the man's principal ambition at all times
nnd under all circumstances, and his thorough
unscrupulousncss in regard to the agencies he
emplovs in securing the advancement of self,
completely strips his actions of whatever merit
his otherwise able management might clothe
them with, and in no case has his careful pro
le-vuuu 01 scii-inicresi been more conspicuous
thin in his management of the Reciprocity
question during his brief elevation to his
present position of fancied greatness, and not
withstanding his studious attempts at conceal
ment his trail is plainly exposed. He-ginning
during the legislative session 'when he so suc
cessfully evaded the attempts of members to
make him define his position on this question
he early saw the importance of establishing
himself as the sole1 director of Hawaiian inter
esls in this- relation, and the medium to which
all patties would have to apply for reciprocity
information. He adroitly secured to himself
the discretionary disbursement of the increased
appropriation for foreign missions that was
voted ostensibly in ihc interests of continued
reciprocity. He conciliated and made subject
to his wishes one of his most dangerous oppo
nents by promising him a special commission
He probably fancies Hut he has attained an
impregnable position with the Planters' and
others most interested, but he greatly over-es
timates himself; he is too well known and his
motives too well-understood; he cannot be
trusted. Every one knows thai his principal
object is to make his ministerial position more
secure and defensible. Hut he has gone fur
ther in his duplicity than is generally known,
He assumes to promise in the name of the Ha
waiian government that absolute free trade
with America will be favored by Hawaii, and
that such arrangement of import duties will be
nude as to nuke trade with any other country
man Ameiica, practically impossible. Here
he over-shoots the mark, and plainly invites
complications which he cannot control. Of
course such an arrangement would be highly
uiicinig to rimcricaiu, ana would gratify the
wishes even of extremists amonc them. Mr.
GiUon has been induitriously making capital
for himself out of this Idea, and he no doubt
fancies that he has nude a faithful ally of the
American Representative by volunteerinc con.
canons uciore tney are asked
Again, how explain the followinct A certain
Well-known capitalist largely Identified with
the surrar interr&t h.-. it.. I... 1..-1-. ia .l
country, has b.i tn ... 1 . .u.. 1.
" ----- . ii uwatw, M mi
maintained Mr. (Jibson In. hi posktoa, and
circumstances hate nppircntly substantiated
the truth of the assertion that had it not been
for this same influence, Mr. Gibson would
have been required to surrender his portfolio
some time ago. This valuable patron of Mr.
Gibson Ittcly went away with the avowed in
tcntion of wotking against the Treaty.
I low is it? The, foregoing contains a few
ideas for the consideration of the Planters,
when assembled in convention next week.
1'A I'ORITISM A T PUBLIC EXPENSE.
Among the many other charges tint can be
laid at the door of the present ministry is that
of nepotism, and of often overstepping the
proper Iwunds in order to favor a relative or
friend. The rights of others in this respect arc
not considered, lior is the welfare of the gov
ernment for a moment thought of, We have
previously alluded lo the apiointmcnt of the
'.'son-in-law" to nit unimportant office, the
salary of which was raised from $Joo to $1,800
annually, and the selection of friends for vari
ous duties that could have been better tlonc by
others. In our last tw o issues wc referred to
the letting out of contract to favorites without
giving others an opportunity to put in a bid.
Once more we musl enter a like charge. The
legislature at its late session appropriated the
sum of $6,000 for needed repairs and exten
sions at the Insane Asyjum. Hid have not
been advertised for, but the contract, nevcrthc-
ess, has been given to Mr. tlavscldcn for
$5,Soo, which will leave a very smili margin
for other improvements lhat nny be neces
sary. This is most reprehensible conduct on
the part of Ihc ministry. All of the builders
should hive hid an opportunity to enter n bid
and the one that proved most satisfactory
allowed to do the work. The ministry may
say that they took the cheapest plan, anil the
organ may expatiate upon the milter witlt the
view of nuking it clear-to the dear people;
but if other transactions of a like character are
any criteria by which to judge, it Is our opin
ion that the people will pay dearly for their
whistle. The work is Ihc people's and not the
ministry's and should lie given to the one who
would do it satisfactorily for the least money.
A short time ago it was desired to build a gas
vault and pump house of brick for, the new
palicc. llids were not advertised for, but two
or three were tendered to the Interior Depart
ment. These they refused to open and the
work was given out by the day. One bid was
for $1,100 and another for $1,250, both parties
agreeing to complete the work for the sum
given. Work has been continued on the
vault since but it is not completed, and the
expenses up to the present time anlount to a
total of $1,600. lly the time the work is
completed it will probably amount to double
what it was proposed to do it for in the bids
rejected. This as a sample of the present
ministry's work, shows us what we may ex
pect. TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL.
It appears to be a difficult matter for some
people to regird as the truth that which is dis
tasteful to them; or if they inwardly believe it,
arc not willing to admit it. The SATURDAY
I'KrSS and all of its contemporaries, except
those published by the Premier, have lately
been giving the public some facts and figures
that have opened the cjes of not a few. That
the people of the entire Kingdom arc pleased
to see this fearless exposure of wrong doing on
the part of public officials, is evidenced by the
large number of letters that wc and others hav e
received from every Island in the group.. This
opposition comes from no particular class or
clique, but is the expression of the whole peo
ple, native and foreign. Truths that are not
palatable to the present ministry, the organ,
not being able to refute, attempts to deny
until proof is brought forward, when it relapses
into silence. The '. C. A., of Monday last,
speaks of ". some ribald newspaper writers, the
sound of whose declamation so fills their own
cars that they fancy the people of the country
are roarmg.out the same talc." This is only
an other way of attempting to orawl out of a
close corner. It is true that the papers have
roared in the cars of incompetent "and unworthy
public servants, -and it is true lhat the roar has
been echoed back from every town and hamlet
in the kingdom. Uv cry assertion that w e hav e
made has been proved, notwithstanding the
repeated denials of the ministerial organ.
Respecting the stranding o(y the Niagara, it
Jias been asserted, upon good authority, that
with a good strong tug boat to work with, in
stead of the miserable and inefficient thing
called the Pelt, the vessel might hav e been
readily cleared again after having struck. Lit
tle, however, could be expected to be accom
plished in such a situation by a boat that is
scarcely able to propel her own hull against a
ten-knot current and a moderate breeze. The
'. C. A. sajsr "Misfortune brings once more
into prominent notice the inadequacy of the
tug Pelt for the work of this port." The wicked
ministry that preceded the immaculate one
now in office, knowing of this inadequacy
proposed in the budget the amount of $50,000
to be devoted to the purchase of a competent
tug. Their successors in office however, think
ing the money might be needed for some roj-al
freak not, perhaps, at the time matured, saw fit
to expunge the requisition for a "new tug,"
Hut this is what the Gibson organ calls "wisely
declining lo favor the investment ofa Urge sum
of money in a new tugboat." As has been
the case with many other professions of the
present ministry, Ihcy were "going to" subsi.
due any one that might go into the enterprise.
llut they tlidn t, and never intended lo do so;
the records of the assembly show no such in
tent, nor any appropriation therefore.
We arc told that the only reason why the
present cabinet is held together, against the
strong current of opinion against them which
runs through all classes of the community, is,'
lhat it is doubted whether other four men
could lie got together who would lend them
selves to act in such an idiotic burlesque as the
approaching coronation. Lack of funtls at
home and lack of credit abroad by this govern
ment must eventually unseat the existing cabi
net. Even he knows that he cannot fly in the
face of capital, in the mailer of appointing miu.
isters. The government has already had some
rude shocks on this score, that should teach
the King (if considerations of ability, nrzVca
Miry in the appointment oi cabinets are not lis
tened to), thai the game of personal rule
through favorites is not so easy in practice as
it may be in theory. The road is growing
rougher and rougher as we journey along, and
il is well nigh lime the horses were held in.
People will ere long insist lhat the reins of
government be put into the hands of men who,
as a body, shall have more self-respect and re
gard for common decency than to sit in con
clave, or work in unity, as intimates and coad
jutors, with one so debased, as to be beneath
the rcacclful recognition ol the common rabble,
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Admit the bearer to a scat on
the front verandah ofAhiolaj.1 Hale in full
drtst, etc., etc., is. about the substance of the
printed invitations to the coronation. Some
are exhibited as great curiosities.
A Maul correspondent write that "it Is too
bad thai the present ministry should be styled
a cabinet, a the word cabinet gives one an
idea of an exquisite piece of furniture, whereas
ihc present oue ha neither lawe cswrUesce of
the King, the people, nor tnch otktf."
On the Niagara's shewing signals of distress
on Wednesday last, offers of assistance were
tendered by Commander llclknap of the V. S.
S. Alaska to II. It, M. Commissioner and
Consul General who respectfully declined the
Can a shepherd's crook be termed a ramrod?
Harpcr'sfarar, Sept. l6lh.
The foregoing would seem to indicate that
Ihc editor of the liatar has had access to the
speeches ot the Comly dinner and formed his
judgement of the calibre of our Premier.
The shafts of a carriage occasionally project
over a certain gate opposite the llawaiianjlo
tel just far enough, and exactly at the right
elevation, to poke a man's c)c out who might,
in travelling the sidewalk, come in contact
with them, Will net the owner of tint carriage
change its ositioii slightlv ? It will be a great
favor to some people; and it is useless to ask
the intervention of the authorities in such mat
lets, unless llicyliccome connected with a post
mortem, or such like.
In view of the probable conflict of opinions
between the planters and the Government a
report is said tojiavc emanated from high offi-ci-il
sources lo the cflcct that if the planters get
too obstreperous they will be brought to a re
alizing sense of their Insignificance by the
threat tint notice of the discontinuance of the
treaty of reciprocity will be served by the ruler
of this country. Aim el Now Messrs. Plin
tcrs )tu sec where jou stand, llut, serious!),
there is no doubt that there arc high officials in
ibis counlr) foolish enough lo mike such a
We very much regret the exhibition of vanity
witnessed on Wednesday v. l. at the Alaska
reception. Invitations had -been extensively
issued loan informal reception to be giv en by
Ihc captain and officers. Ordinary good taste
should have prompted any high functionary
who was lavorcil with an invitation, to hav
expressed a tlcsirc to have all formal ceremony
waived, especially on account of the published
nature of the reception; such expression was not
forthcoming however. Too good an opportun
ity for personal parade would be lost. So all
the formalities of saluting, manning) arils, etc.,
was gone through with, the festivities being
in the meantime suspended. To the credit of
the Aliskans, it may be said tint their duties in
this respect w ere performed vv ith cheerful and
EXTRACT FROM THE OFFICIAL RBI-ORT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the fact developed in this examin
ation, and the preponderance of element of inher
ent and comparative merit adjudged by the
judges (each in independent judgment) be.
ing eiiinl lo 70 per cent more than the
next highest exhibit, thev have
found it exceedingly difficult
to make such a classifica
tion in degree a uill
GIVE EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE TO ALL.
WE ADJUDGE TO THK
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Massachusetts, U. S. A ,
A first-class award and such other special distinction,
diploma, medal, or award a 1 consistent with the du-tles-aml
obligations of the honorable Svdney Interna
tional Commission, for the largest and most complete
exhibit of horological instrument examined.
1 hey lira propose, at the only.meant by which their
appreciation of the menu of the productions of this
company can be adeuuatel) or equitably recognized by
the committee on Judmng and Awards, that a separate
first clasj award be gen for the time keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a separate first -class award for the perfection of
... a)3,ciu ui wiiicnmaKing anu ine improvements in
the mechanical (iart of the watch, being notably in the
mainspring and going barrel, the patent safety pinion,
the perfect emcI
in everv grade of
epics loiual lorm or all the teeth of the train
in every grade of watch alike, nnd the isochronal ad
justment of the balance spring.
Also, a: first class award for new mode of compensat.
Alto, a separate first-class award for the improve
ments in cases, the number of artistic form and design
used, the beautj? and elegance of their finish, and for
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charles W. Woerd, mechanical superintend
??',. . c,ic:"1 Watchl Company, Waltham, Mass.,
U, S. A.
The following I the order of awards made by the
Sjdney International Exhibition Commission lo the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Mass :
Gold and Silver Watches FIrit degree of merit and
special mention I Cold Medal.
Timekeeping nualuiet of all gradet of Watches First
ucgrcc 01 merit.
Perfection In Svstem-Flrit degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases First de
trret of merit.
Engraving, chatlng and enameling of Watch Cases
Firit decree of merit and ipeclal mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superinlendent First
. w, iuv-1 it, buvciai.
, There being several worthless watche bearing
the marls of Waltham Watches discovered within the
H"' tven nvonint, pairotaon on me public at genuine,
the public arc hereby notified of the fad and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
fVjOTICE OK DISSOLUTION OF CO-PART-Xsl
nervhlp, The co-partnerthip heretofore existing
between the undersigned, under the firm name of "KO
NA FRUIT PRhSLKNINO CO.", It this day .lit!
toIvcU by mutual consent.
The business will be continued by Mr. J. D. ACK
ERMAN, 011 hit own account.
All open account! with the late firm will be settled bo
Mr. J. l. Ackernian. Signed by
I. D ACKERMAN,
.. .. WAIDEMAR MULLER.
Kona, Haill. Oct. 11, H. 111. im
JUTORrCTAOEE-S NOTICE OK
lORtCLOsURK AND SALE
Foe.tpoa.Ml to OetoW Mta, 18 Hi),
at is o'clock, noon.
In accordance with a Power of Sale contained In
certain mortgage mad by M Corrtta 10 Cattle &
Cooke, dated IM and day of March, iBSa. duty record,
ed. Notice It hereby given thai said mortgagees
Mitcnu 10 lureeume taHi ruongage, lor comillion broken
liup-MltaU forcclotura will tell at public auction al
I sales room of E-l1. Adinra In Honolulu, on Mon
ythe olh day of October, M, al 11 noon of said
IMV ' Sj.,1 uaji sh UV.VUVI. ,99i. at 1Z U0CM1
day, lhet premises described In taid mortgage at be
Further particulars can be had of W, R. Cattle, At
torney al Law.
CASTLE & COOKE, Mortgagees.
PrerrUes to be sold consul of all of said Com la's
leasehold (inierct In lhat land known aa the Long
Premise in Manoa VaUy, aa conveyed by tease of 9.
A. Schaefcr to said Corrcla atul Manuel De Kilvi ..tt.
April, 1M1. for 10 yean al Wjo per annum I rent paid
to October 15th, iMa,
There are about ,s acret of land In above premises, of
which about ij acret are leased lo Chinamen al J so
Cr annum t m the reouuniag portion are a large duia
I of banana, plants, several laro patches, and one meet)
of aboui at acres. There are
EIVK GOOD HOUSES
upon the property. The Interest of Manuel De SUa
vveU be otbrtd at tu tame tune.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
ftU5 Merettmta Street f
Ob Mm Mm, wi KM rtnt.
AT TIIE'OLt) STAND. NUMBER 3 KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUMBING IN ALL ITS HKANCIILS.
Artesian Well Pipe-ll sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip top, Palace.
Mora, May, Contest, Orand I'rire, New Rival,
Oira, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gyps) , Queen,
Pamy, Army Range, Magna Cliarta,
Huck, Superior, Magnet, Osceols, Ala
medi, Eelqise Chsrter Oak,
Nimble, In wood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER IIOILERS
FOR RANC.hS, GRANIU: IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Honae Furnlirilne Good, all kinds.
AH sire and grades Lift and Force Pump. Cistern
Pumps, Galvaniied Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Wate'r Closets, Marble slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
20S Be vet a n la Street?
On the Plains, near Pllkol itreet
Hy the Suit and F.rtia we have received LARGE
ADDI TIONS lo our stock of
FURNITURE IN LINE!
And we are selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUFACTURE to order
(of every kind,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order,
rurrhatrrt ran Aore Ihtlr cAotrr of
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Ageat.
Telephone No. 73,
Statu Piya Coverim.
live undersigned have on hand a large stock of ihtt
for bleam Pipe and lloiler. which they offer Tot tale
in quantities lo tuil purchasers.
Circulars, with tamplet of the covering, may Le had by
Wo. G IRWIN ft Co.
Mofctutvs OoapMjr, of Sjrtlme.r,
Will leave by ihe nel City AVw Tore
(down tripX Our constituents at. respectfully re.
quested to call early,
UP STAIRS, NEXT IV. WHITNtVS,
III Corner Forrtd Hotel uresis.
ICE CRBAU FESTIVAL.
An Ice Cream Festival wdl Ut giveu
Oa ThaneU', OerUkenr SOU., ISSt,
COMMENCING AT 4 P. U.,
la the Basement ot FORT STRRET CHURCH
for dtfrasinf the eaptntct of the Uutpel Tem
perance worst on these Islands.
AtWlteoaeeJCi) CklUcM UM flic.
90J MerHunlu Hir4 f
ONE FIRST. CLASS SET JEFFRVS LAWN
1 enni for sale at T O Thrum't Fort St Stole
A FLW DESIRAIIl.E FOUNTS
Ne Job Type Apr')- thl office
TV.T0IIU K C. DVKF, H Ml RCIIANTS
IN Fichanne. I the only authonred Agent of the
Fats In San rraneitea 11ie SSTIKOSV Pais can
always be seen on file in hi office. 6
is prepare! to receive a few more pupil for thorough In.
truction In the ruJimentsof
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND MUSIC
Ltjtht pupil only received. Term malerate.
7 Alakea ttrret. lo&m
54 King Street,
Tin, fnijrr-, firif .Sirrt trntt tl'arkrr.
PItimltng, ga fitting and all work in my line promptly
attended to I erm moderate.
Remember the addrrs, opposite the Police Station,
M King itreet. 100 (m
pUDLIC NOTICE I
The Undersigned, having purchased
From II. R. IL RUTH KEELIKOLANl, the Unas
of KOIIIl.ll'AI I and, IIII.l.A, In Kau,
Hawaii, Kahua, llihiii, and Kauapi
taoa. In Kohah, Hawaii, Wal.
katoa, alsleale, Kit
Pohakuhakttj and Kaapaauli,
situated In Itamakua, Hawaii. Kanaka
00, and Honokohau situated on Maul, Kaohal,
situated on I.anat. Also the lot of Isnd situated In
Honolulu, and known a the
WILDER and CH1DLAN BLOCKS.
Notice i hereby given that all monie falling due for
rent of said Isnd, are pavable to my agents, ll'm (7.
Itmna-.ICo. SAMULL PARKI.R.
T D. LANE'S
Manufacturer of Monuments,
MA RULE MANTELS,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
Marble 'Work of every deeoription
made to order at the loweet
Monumtnts ahii htadstones cltandl ami ristt.
Orders front the other Islands promptly attended to.
No 130 Port Strret, near Hotel Sti.
The fine or ubatantlal Reaidenoe.
of ED. G. WALLER,
situated in the splendid climate of Kahhl, adj'oining the
Government road, two mile from the post office. 1 he
house contains four bedrooms, one sitting room, one
large parlor, batn room, timing room, pantry and kitch
en, the outhouses consist of servants' quarters, a 3
stall stable, coach house, poultry v ard and nen.
1 he house stands on a a acre lot, water for irrigating
robe had from the stream, sufficient pasturage for two
horses. Hie lesee will have Ihc option of renting eight
acre of good land adjoining, affording, a fine opportu
nity for a family wishtne to keen a few cows. FRI.L
WATER laid on to the house. Dodd's omnibuses
shortly expected to run on this route.
For further particulars, apply to I. E. Wiseman, 27
Merchant Street, or lo ED. 6. WALLER,
100-11 s Hotel street.
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wreathes atul Feathers,
Ileal Ostrich Feathers,
On thit occasion 1 specially wish to call the attention
of the ladies, to tny mag magnificent stock of
etc., etc., tc.
Every description of Prints.
All kind! of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES,
and Uuttons. The
It replete with ihe
' LATEST FASHIONS
In Hat trimmeU or untrin.me.iJ.
A sjdendidly akkortcj stock of LADIES' UNDER-
WfcAR, Frwn my long experience in llm .
land trade I know exactly the kind of
goods to suit this market, and
therefore, have no old
stock on hand.
GENTS' rURNISHINO GOODS
Al eaceedingly LOW PRICES.
Colored Shirts with dressed linen front a tpeciah).
Polite Clerk In attendance. (INSPECTION IN-
Comer Fori and Hotel Streets 105
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COM
" parte of California .
Ill SHOP & Co., AGEN7X
ASSETS, - $1,250,000.
LOSSES PAID OVER, 4-soo,wo.
The lAtrvent i'acljlc Coast Co.
Dwelling risks a specialty, detached dwell
ings sad contents insured for a period
of three years for two premiums
la advance. ; we also write
upon merchandise per
between thit port and the coast ports, covering, lose u
damages if arAosnuing to seven per Cera or
twore on the luund value of the whole
shipment al port of delivery,
and are prepared la
coTsriaf shlpfssts (rots the PUwUtioas
through ta San Fraacisco, laclud-
ia ire risk while ia Hon.
lulu awaitiag- trans-
P"0R SAN FRANCISCO
the Al favorite lUik
Will have quiclc di. patch for the alwve port. For freight
or passage apply to
no '. .1. Srhnrfrr .t f'o.
A FRANK COOKF,
agkmt rna tmf. roiuvnixn cosstiri.
oen sunn, KAI.UNA.
FI.AG Red with While Hall Office -corner of
Queen ami Nuusnu Street
CKANIC STHMSHIP COMPANY.
The At Until!. Steamer
Will leive San trancitro for Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu on the find day of each
month San rrancisco Agentt,
) I) riPKCCKKLS & 1IKOS.,
Honolulu Agent, 317 Market St.,
HK. ti. IKYVIN SU) 04
rut: Jiiua .yixito,
Having undergone ettentlve remirs, with a good in
sentor), and well found in Sails, Rigging, etc, t
now offered for ale. lor Particular inquire of
A. J CARrWKIOHT
pLANll'.R'S LINE V OR SAN FRANCISCO
Jllti:m:it tO Co., Anrnts,
Mertli.in.iiie received Slot-nee free, and liberal caili
advances mide on shipments ly this line.
When other loots nnd other shoes
Have not been wearing ell,
And by the language that you tie
It's plain there's been a rtell
With worn out sole, buckles olT
Anil button too
Ti n rJiame to see
In such a scene nil Me atk
And ttram or button too,
Twotild be a fchame to fee;
Then all I ak tint yon '
May go ami growl no more
llut buy your Ixjots and Shoe
xjots and ftiioe
S 114 Fort Street Store. 51. qr
AN I EI) I
with moderite capital 1 old established buiinctl ; (pten
did opening for the right man For further information
apply at thin office. 198
Owner of Lota in Nunanu
will pleate kind In their names to the Treasurer, A
CAK1 WRIC1I 1, or the undersigned, and they will
lunmncu iwi proiter ueetis.
JOHN II. I'AIV,
107 im Secretary.
NOTICH Alllli: ANNUAL MKiniNO OF
the Stockholderi In the Pacific Sugar Mill, held
this da), the following were elected otficeri for the
ensuing sear i
F. A. Sciiakphr, President.
JiLius Doting, Treasurer.
II. Kekjbs, Secretar).
J, H. Patv, Auditor.
II. RLNJLS, Secretary.
Honolulu, Sept ao, 1882. log 3U
Next door to Ilackfeld & Co.'a.
Honolulu, II I.,
Of the Hawaiian lilandv All kinds of Repatrtni and
Wheel making executed on the most scientific prm
ciples. At this establishment horses arc
In the Blacksmith department all work will be turned
out !n the future, as in the past by firstcla
; do not confine our attention to CarrUfje and Dug
making exclusively. Order for any kind of a
wheeled vehicle received and promptly executed
Our Usual Supply of requirement for the Irade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at
tenlion 105 jm
HONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porium. 'lo nuke room for n NhW C0NS1GN.MF.NT of
ontheway from EUROPE, the present Mock will 1
told rrrrtfiffra nf Voat.
AVM,MKLI.1S, 104 Foil Street.
Honolulu, II. I,
TTONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honoiulu, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with the leemiset. '
"J If A. M. MEI.L1S, Proprietor.
MPORTANT NOTICE I
Having piicrchated the hankrujit stock
of M. G. Correla, 1 am now prepared to offer in
Ladies', Uciil't and Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Superior Ilargain (OR CASH. Every description
and quality. Call early la obtain the tliotce Lett.
.. ir. i.yxcir,
No. 88 King Street
EAVER SALOON, .
II. J. N0L1E, PROPRIErOR,,
Begs 10 announce la hit friends and the public In gen
cral thai lie hat opened the above Saloon where
From j a. n., till ij r. ul
ft .. '"" fioeal
Clean, Pipe, and
Ctsoten by a personal selection from ftru-clat manu.
factories. hJbecn obtained and will be
added from lime tu time,
M wt4 will. iU flUsAJUwMi, 1u4 ltwM trf
- mw .jFantmfSH. tt
' lt i