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SATURDAY, OCTOBBR , im.
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PLANTERS' LABOR AND SUm.Y
The meetings of the Company hive heen
hcMnch tlay this week at the Armory, com
mencint; on Monday last at 10 A. M. with a
my full attendance and nearly all the stock
represented. Trie reortt of the trustees,
secretary and treasurer were presented anil
adopted unanimously, after hich Capt. Mist,
liy imitation, delivered anaddrcM on the pres
ent situation and the fts Ic-ailinj; thereto.
These e pise in full in our supplement. No
adverse discussion took place on these reports,
Imt were most heartily endorsed. In the after
noon etr6n the election of trustees for the
ensuing year took place resulting In the follow
ing, aiiHint; which is the re-election of of
the last board, Imt increased to IJ, vln S, T.
Alexander, A. S. llartwcll, I I'. Adams, XV.
(,. Irwin, I". A. Schaefcr, (5, N. Wilcox, J.
II. I'aty. I'. C. Jones, .. S. Spaliling, II. G.
filadc, T. II. Dasies, J. II. Alhcrton and XV.
II. Ilailcy. At the subsequent meetings re
ports from the different committees hase been
presented and discussed, among which c learn
of Mr. II. t. Whitncy'i cxhaustise treatise on
Reciprocity spoken s cry highly of. This ss ill
doubtless lie given to the public in full, shortly,
v) we forlxxir giving any girbled report thereof.
On Tluirvlay a committee of nine tt sited upon
the King with a memorial requesting the
dismissal of the present ministry in fas or of
others svho would have the confidence of the
Interests of the country. They were cordially
received lay the King and their ishes promised
early consideration and reply.
lly imitation of the company, Messrs. Crip
ami I arnavaro met them for discussion of mat
lets pertaining to the lictlcr understanding of
tlitticultics between the Norwegian and l'ortu
gese talwrcrs and the planters. Also Dr. Hyde,
on behalf of Oahu College, sought to obtain the
help of the company in securing for these
islands the sets-ices of a competent chemist.
lly courtesy of the secretary of the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company, we arc fasorcd
with copies of the memorial of the company to
His Majesty, reported alsovc, and the reply
Honolulu, October iS, 18S2.
To Hit Majlstv Kalakaua,
Your Majlstv : At the annual meeting of
the Incorporated Planters' I-abor and Supply
Company, held in Honolulu upon Monday the
6th tnst., the Company took under in consi
deration the position of this country with ref
erence to the United States reciprocity treaty,
and the course of administration of the affairs
of this Kingdom as affecting our staple pro
ducts and great industries. A Keport of the
Trustees of the Company was presented and
read, and was unanimously adopted by the
i-ominy. 1 nc names 01 the persons anil
naming Corporations present, or represented
at this meeting, are as follows, six :
Alexander r HaMMm,
W K. (irant,
K, K. Hind,
Dr.i-AKTMr.Nr m Tonrti.N Affairs,
Honolulu, October to, 18SJ
To Messrs. Z. S. Spalding and others,
Committee of the Planters I-almr an.1
Ht command of th Kins, the undersicned
has the honor to respond lo)our memorial,
lililresseit to I Its .Majesty.
You, as a Committee of the Planters" I-almr
and Supply Company, base lcen. authotiicd
" to communicate to ills .Majesty me senti
ments of this orcaniration in relation to mat
ters concerning the interests of the industry we
(you) represent." You hase not thought prop
er how ever to communicate for Hi Majesty's
information any slews in relation to immigra
tion, cuttitation, or other matter pertaining to
the interests of your company as an industrial
nrganiration t but base instead, presented for
His Majet)'s consideration, your dissatisfac
tion vsitlt the AdsUers of the Crown, and with
the opinions of a journal, that is not an organ
of ministerial opinion, and has no connection
whatever with the position or prerogative 01
1 and my colleagues, fully rccoenie the
Privilege of anv and all subjects of the King
dom to discus the conduct of public officers,
ami toemleavor by constitutional means to
bring aNnit reformation of public administration.
Such a course is open t" sou, centlemen, to
seek "'according to the spirit of the Hawaiian
constitution, the amelioration in the manage
ment of public affiirs, sou deem nccessan .or
the public welfare.
I have the honor to be,
Your most obedient servant,
(Sign) V.ETrR Murray (itnsos,
The company voted to accept the reply
from His Majesty, place it upon the records
and publish the same,, and that the matter be
referred to the Hoard of Trustees for them
to act in accordance with the views of the
company as already expressed.
Yc regret that space will not allow us to give
this important conference of planters a more
extended notice. They adjourned sine die
yesterday, and several members left by the
Mitt Matee for hotne.
Mr, Kohler takes a benefit to-night at the
Music I (all, assisted by able amateurs from the
Alaska, ami our people idnmld show their ap
preciation of his eflorts to entertain thetn by
giving him a full Itmwe.
In the event of the XfuAtmth arriving In
port Sunday out citizens will proliably have an
oprlunity of hearing a lecture from Joseph
Cooke, D. I). Arrangements will lie made
for him tooceupy port St., pulpit.
At Fort Street Church Sunday morning Mr.
Cruan's theme will be "The Christian who
Laughs," and in the evening "John China
man In Haw-ail." Should the 'xofandta le in
tt at either service Mr. Cnuan will give
place la Joseph Cooke, I). I).
Mr. T. IJ. Walker having yesterday notified
the trustees of the Planters Co., that Mr. T.
II. Davie, who is one of the trustees for the
coming year, w ill not lc able to accept the
office of vice president, the trustees elected Mr.
A. S. llartwcll vice president of the company
in place of Mr. T. II. Davie.
The vicar of Heighington, Kngtand, has
raised money for a chime of bells by on exhi
bition game of chess. The Nxird was marked
out on the turf and the pieces were human.
1 he costume were of the riftccntli Century,
the pawns Iwing pretty girls drcsted as pages,
and it I said to have been no wonder that the
spectators willingly paid a dollar admission
fee. A similar played game was carried out,
we believe, in the Academy of Music, New
York City, a few years ago and was considered
a successful novelty.
I. M. Alesander,
C. A. Ilailcy,
hleele llanl. C.,
V W. IUII,
T II llobron,
lona Ausrin & Co.,
V. II. lUiley,
S. It. Dole,
A. S. Ilarltvell,
1 1 amalcua Mill,
Koloa Suar Co.,
W. IJslgale i. Co.,
ftskala bugar Co.,
W. II. Kickanl,
I. K. Smith,
Waiarue Sugar Co.,
t5. C Wiilunis,
ilnfftchbfcer k Co.,
Kllauea Sugar Co.,
MAkee Suzar Co..
lrinceiille Plantation, Co., I'acinc Snzar Co.,
It' L un.. -II 1 M s: II!
.- . .,, -I,, tm .7. .,-dUIUtIIKl
VV. O. bmbh.
S. T. Alexander,
, It. Itailey,
T. II. Davits,
Itonokaa hucar Co.,
S. I. Auuln i. Co.,
II. I'. Ilaldxin,
V. R. Ca-ule,
(irove Kanch Co..
Hawaiian Acriculiural Ca,
E. 1. Adams
Yam Maul Plantation,
V. C Iruin,
C- S. KInncrsle),
V. II. Smith & Co.,
A. S. Wilcox,
Wadulu Sufar Co.,
P- C Jones,
11. . MIM,
V, .- Schacfer,
II. A. Wuleniapn,
T. R. Valler, '
ItaiVu Suaar (ftx,
W. II. IMmsiCa,
J. D. PprecltU,
A II. Smith,
H-, :i c -
CS. V Willong 4 Ca,
OiUtxr Term, tSSi.
MonSiy, tbth. The case of Pupuka (w ) and
Kapueuhi, her husband, vs. Maiwela (w) was
tried before the chief-justice, a jury having
been waived. Judgement for deft. V. K,
Castle for deft and C. Ilrown for pltf.
Tuesday, tjth. Mr. Jacob Wilkcrson was
brought into court and pleaded guilty to a
charge of assault with a dangerous weapon.
Sentence deferred. J. Hus-.cU for prisoner.
The case of Henry Johnson vs. C. L. Tisdale,
Action on a Guaranty, was next called. The
case having occupied the court all day, and
being still unfinished, was continued to Wed
nesday, the following day.
Wednesday, tSth. The trial above nametf
was resumed, and again occupied the entire
time of the court from to A. M. till 5 p. t.
when the jury retired. After half-an-hnur
spent in deliberation, a verdict was found for
the plaintiff in the sum of $l,Soo, and cots.
A. S. llartwcll and A. Whiting for plff. and
V. M. Hatch and J. M. Davidson' for deft.
Exceptions were noted.
Thursday, 19th. Mr, Jacob Wilkerson, who
pleaded guilty lefore the court on Tuesday,
was brought up again for sentence this morn
ing. Chief-justice Jtuld, after some remarks
upon the heinous nature of the offense charged
and admitted, and some moralizing, sentenced
the prisoner to five years imprisonment, and to
pay a fine of $25. Next was called the
case of C. D. Hinckley vs. Doctors C. T.
Rogers and G. L. Fitch, in which damages
were claimed for $20,000 for alleged mal
practice. The whole day up to 4 o'clock
P. M. was occupied in examining the plain
tifTs witnesses, and a further hearing de
ferred until the next day, Friday.
Friday, 30th. The case continued from
yesterday was again assumed, and again occu
pied the whole day aliout 5 o'clock the jury
retired. At three o'clock the jury were dis
missed, having found no verdict.
The case of Hinckley versus Doctors C. 'P.
Kodgcr and G. I.. Fitch, came up for hearing
on Thursday of this week. The allegation of
the plaintiff wts substantially : That the defend
ants had attended him for the fracture of the
femoral (thigh) lionc and for a fracture of the
radius, near the wrist joint; and through their
want of skill or culpable negligence in the
treatment of his injuries, the fracture of the
thigh had not united, and his wrist and hand
were in such a crippled condition as to be of
little service to him. And that on account of
his wretched bodily condition resulting from
their malpractice, lwing disabled from earning
a livelihood, and cut off thereby from many of
the ordinary enjoyments of life, and for men
tal and bodily sufferings endured, damages
were claimed in the sum of $20,000. Nearly-
all of the profession were present at the early-
part of the trial, and several members were
called upon- the stand to testify as experts.
Among these were Doctors Trousseau, McKib
bin, Emerson, Hrodicand Ilagan. Their testimony-
was admitted on tioth side to be fair
and impniti.il. The trial after has ing occupied
two whole days, ended in no verdict (6 01.
laHn- and tientlemen visilipg Ran Irantiwo with
find ery derat le Furmbed Rooms I- n Suit and Sin
tie at No. 1 1; Mmwirmnefy St , torner ltuh Mrs.
T llonev, f.itrm-rlv of llonolilm.
To the Ladles.
rh wmtn of Madeira are ahead of all other nations
hi the art of hand embroidery ami erotehei ork: full
line of the aante ex Olennatief h now on view in this
eft)-. Also ifjemlkl assortment of ladies' underwear
hl embroWereiil Call and see. Was S (lonrales.
Irrif stton after ihh dale, is urklly prohibited, ex
eefit betsverts the hours of 6 ami j a. m., until furthe
node. CIIAS. II WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved! J. I- IIpsm, Minister Interior
Honolulu, Oct. ks lt1. II! tf
A Successful Ilottse I A SueceWul Home I A slrili-
rog Imtanct of suecess in a Retail Dry Goods' way Is
Afforded by the Leading Milinrr) llone of Charles J,
Hshel, corner Fort and Hotel streets, rhe PrcirUtor,
Mr Pishfllms acquired the art of holding euston. nv
t)r) Goods Hmise can, by freely admtitiflR, draw cua
(omees, once or twite, lut to hold them, awl erJoy their
eonmlntee, calls for the exerdse. of tact ami liberality.
Goods must be irmraed down ami sold for whit they
are: never tnttrepreaent any article, that Is the indie)
of Charles J. I'lshel, and that policy Ins msde the firm
one of the greatest in Its line, on tlie lending lhorotih
fare of Honolulu. I"he I eodtng Millinery Siore of
Charles J llsehel, Is to Honolulu what Mac) s is to
New Vork. ChatleaJ. Fishes' males a specially of Mil
linery. - I he store is one i the (dghts ,fthecit).
An Inquisitive Friend
of ours was asking questions on various subjects, for in
formation. 'Itwte bippened to be a mule (a pure Ha
wnitan mule), ties! near the door; our friend avked if they
slioil thert onthe hind feet. Some said )cs. others no,
Hiving their opinion on the strength and courage of a
person that could do that job. To satisfy hitmelf he
lifted one of the mule's feet. Hie mule looked arornd,
laughed with his ears and lifted the other foot Che
man was satisfied ttiat that mule as shod. Asheworked
himself together he struck n II line for MAUCIIAN TS
to get some of that well known Horsk IIkaii 'Ionscco,
which is a sure cure for broken jaws. A I o some fine
Manilla Cigars, nnd when he took a lox of those nice
Kalakauas, he blessed the mule for putting him In ihe
wa) of finding All Kinds of Smoker's Ooous, first
quality, at cheapest rates. 1124!
IVJEW MUSIC HALL
MR. KOHLERS FAREWELL
rim ALASKA MIKSIKKLS, etc, etc,
Reserved seats at Rolierlson't, and Hsrr llrothers.
Admission St.oo, 75 cts.. ascts. it-
A IRI3II INVOICr. OF
ex Martha Davis direct from the manufacturers, con.
sisiing ot PAPirrKRiF.s, Norn, t.r.riKR, CAP
DILI, l.r.GALand I-LAP PAI'lIRS and F.NVI.I
KAIAKAUA, nvTiii: Gracf. of Ooi,
of thi: Hawaii vn Isi.nds, King:
Whtrtas, by ati Act approved 011 tlifc
ninth tlay of August, one tltotisand
eight linntlrcd and eighty, entitled "An
Act to provide for the Coronation of
the King of Hawaii," it is among other
things enacted that We, in I'rivy Coun
cil, should ascertain and proclaim by
public proclamation, a time when We
should be crowned.
And wtenas,n a meeting of Our
aid Privy Council of State, held at
Aliiolani Hale, in the City of Honolulu,
on the twenty-seventh tlay of May, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-two,
We ditl, by and with the advice ami
consent of Our Honorable I'rivy Coun
cil, ascertain and declare, that We should
be crowned on the twelfth day of Feb
ruary, in the next ensuing year one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-t
Jk it iwMt, therefore, that We, by
and with such advice and consent, as
aforesaid, do hereby make known, that
the ceremony of OUR CORONA
TION shall lake place at Iolani l'.tlace
in our City of Honolulu on Monday,
the twelfth tlay of February; which will
be in the year of Our Lord, one tlums
and eight hundred and eighty-three, at
the hour of eleven of the clock in tli
Given tinder Our hand nnd the Great
Seal of Our Kingdom, at our Pal
ace of Iolani, in Honolulu, this
thirteenth day of October, in the
year of Our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-two.
lly the King,
Walifr Murrav Gip.son,
Minister of Jvreign Ajjairs and l'n
ftENRV MAV A Co.
HENRY MAY A Co.
Uepeetfully Invite the attention of Planters In the
whih will 1 sold In quantities to suit I
f ami 6Iti tins.
!! ami cases Codfish, hags ted ami white Iteans,
ls whole and split Peas, lags California
Potatoes, bags and crates Onions,
loses fresh Apples,
CHESTS PLANI.VIION TEA,
ixTrucT raon Tin orncisL roT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
lK whole n.itlfj. .flc 0..t,
iiaiirv. ikil'si tt.iisi. nr.-in
I Iflir Eldorado I lour, demijohns Vinegar,
V.roillld ItaileS'. Wlieal anil
OPES, from No. S to Na 10 x, sx and xxx
salebyTIIOS. G. THRUM.
WaUkea Mdl Co.,
V. I sentient,
R. A. Macfie Jr.,
J. II. I'aty,
C E. Riclurdum Jk Co.,
J. C Spencer,
w. .-(. vvueos,
(J. IC ill-
A Copy of this Report it enclosed herewith.)
At an adjourned meeting of the company
hclil upon Tuevlay the 1 7th inst. the follow ing
resolution was unanimously ailoptnl :
" That a Committee of Nine be apjminted 10 commu
nicate to His Majesty the sentiments of this organisa
tion In relation 10 matters concerning the Interests of
the industry which we represent."
l'lirsiian't to this renolution, anil fully recog
nizing lh.it the Constitutional llight of Petition
to the sovereign, including as it docs the Kight
of Kcmonstrancc against whatsoever may be
deemed to be injurous to the public interests,
ought always to Iw exercised within all proper
ami usual limits of official couttesy, the under
signed respectfully beg to assure Your Majesty
tlial the entire planting community of this
kingdom, without exception as far as is made
known, are of the opinion that the course of
Your Majesty' present Ministry is not con
ducive to the public interests, nor the interests
ofYout Majesty which are coincident with,
and depend upon the public Interests. The
only public exponent of the views of the pre
sent Ministry lias advocated the view that the
sovereign of this constitutional government
may lawfully and properly take a personal part
in Influencing the elections of the elective
members of the Legislature, and in Influencing
and controlling the votes of the Legislative
Assembly. It is believed by the planters of
this country that such a slew is opposes! to all
correct theory and practice of any constitu
tional moarahy and tends to the manifest injury
of ecty member of the body politic.
The undersigned are aw ate that It is Your
Majesty's wish to be well Informed concerning
the views and wishes of the s'lantcu' Com
pany, and as has Iwen Intimated by the public
organ of the Ministry, that a temperate epres
siiMi of such slews anil wishes will receive your
unqualifies, support. In this assurance the
undersigned lrg to issurc Your Majesty that if
after that consideration which is due to such
im6iunt affair it shall please you to call to
jour cabinet men In whom the monled and all
classes luv e confidence, and to impose upon and
leave to such men the responsibility as well as
the authority to administer Ihe government
strictly according to the spirit of the Ha
waiian Constitution which mike it Minister
loponsible. Your government wlllicceivea
kind, and amount of public support, which can
not l giren to its present administration.
It Is not the object of the planters, oroflheii
committee to proxac for Minister any indivi
duals, or to espies preference for any nation
ality or clique over any others, but with all
due respect, and with Ihe utmost regard for
the wclfatc ami happiness of all the people of
these Islands-, and we do now- espies art tarn
ot hope and belief lint the view and
wUhcsofthc planters will receive Your Ma.
lst'i careful consideration and meet with the
ieponse which U due to the large interests of
thcni whom we (epevent.
We hase the honor to remain, scry respect
fully, your obedient rvant,
(Sn) Z. S. SrALtiKC, Chairman,
10A AUSTIKA WM. II. BAIHY,
ROT. R. HlWr RoT- "".
AUsH-r MAJ.(U0 E. P. APAH.
AUatt. S. lUaVTWm, ? HAU.WIX.
We are favored with a copy of the nevs
"Analjsii of the Taxation of the Hawaiian
Kingdom for the vear 1SS1, showing the pro
portion of taxes paid by Hawaiian: and other
nationalities, lly K. II. Havseldcn." Hut we
regret to a feeling of " want of confidence"
therein, in common with many others, that
renders it less useful than the one prepared
previously by Capt. Luce, and proves the time
and money spent thereon as so much more ex
travagance by the present administration.
Had Capt. Luce been instructed to revise his
own work for the particularitation doired, ac
cording to the order of the Ix-gislativ e Assem
bly, his experience therewith would have gone
far toward expediting the work and lessening
the expense, and his reputation would have
given it the guarantee of reliability.
A summary of this Analysis shows the fol
... TO.40S o
Total lases paid HawaUans.
'4.095 8 J
We may refer again to the fads which Ihe
above showing indicate.
' " Naturali'd,
14 Ot ber rutionatil ics. . . .
" " Naturali'd.
Total amoum of taies.
On tho afternoon of Thursday last an arrest
was made of three persons, a native woman, a
native man and a Chinaman, at Kamoiliili, on
suspicion of having been in some way con
nected with thiupoisoning of Kamaeli, .1 blind
man. The facts are substantially as follows:
Kamaili the deceased, a short time since sus
pecting his wife of infulility, and knowing of
her intimicy with a man named Ivainahi made
his troubles known to a policeman, who was
asked to watch the susjectcil parties; and to ar
rest them for cause should it occur. Kamalu
the supposed seducer having been known to
occupy the same house xs one I-ee Sing, a
Chinaman, to whom he was father-in-law, the
house was watched; and at night entered by the
policeman before referred to. Having failed
in his search he returned home, and shortly
afterwards served with a summons to appear as
defendant in a suit for trespass which was
brought against him by the owner of the house
(Lee Sin,;). The case-was to have been tried
lieforc the police justice on Friday, but has
liecn ostponcd to Thursday of next week,
owing to the fact of the nrrtt of the plaintift
and the death of the principal witnest of the
tlcfcndant. On Thursday morning 1 st the
blind man Kamaeli who was to have been a
witness died suddenly, having been up to the
time of death in apparent goal health. The
symptoms of his attack indicated poisoning by
strychnine and he died soon after having eaten
breakfast in his ow n house. Hearing of the
trouble, neighbors commenced to assemble at
his house, and some present observ cil a cat
jump out from a calabash containing some
remnants of dried goat meat, and died imme
diately thereafter in spasms. A dog also, be
longing to one of the neighbors who had visited
ihe house soon after died on the spot, with
like svmptoms. The above named people
were forthwith arrested by order of the
deputy marshall, to await further developments
in the case. In the afternoon Dr. Emerson
was engaged to go to the place and hold an
autopsy on the lxxly of the deceased. The
v iscera and brain w ere in a healthy condition
and were brought into town for the purpose of
analysis, as also were the viscera of the dog
and cat which had died. The guilt of the
parties arrested, is not yet established: but it is
a very legitimate presumption that the man
(and the animals) who died, were jioisoneil.
OWKI.lS bTKP.t, KNORAVl'.O CARDS AM)
Menu, etc., received in larce variety at the Satlrua
I'kKft Orpicr, No. 6 Kaahttmanu street. m
NEWhST sivij:s artistic typi: and
Stationery or .WVddmK, SociaJt, Halls, Pro
gramme, Efitertainmentt, etc., etc., constantly being
received ami printing or.ten for ume promptly ex
ectited, at the otTice of thii Paper, No. 6 Kaanumanu
ATTHOS. O. THRUM'S FORT-ST. S10RC
r. 1m been recenel a fine aortment of NOOKS
from the AMERICAN TRACT SOCII7IV, to which
the attention of bunday-hthool ulinuie, Teachers,
and heads of Families are inwtcU. m
XTOTICF. Notice H hereby given that all Monies
1 utie lor rents on lamlt under iea.e in the Allu
PUAA OT WAILUKU, MAUI, are pa j able to my
agents. Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Hy his attorney in fact, Wai. O. Imuv. ii.jni
IThleased His Majesty by and with the advice
and consent of His Honorable t Council to appoint
the undermentioned gentlemen, being members of His
Honorable Council, to be and act a a Committee of
Arrangements on the occasion of the Coronation of Hi
His Kxcellency Walter Murray Gibson,
The Honorable Herman A. WtJemann,
The Honorable J, U. Kauainui,
The Honorable William P. Wood,
The Honorable Col. Cliarles II. Jtuld.
Junt Received i
lloestinpeiiaI Gramim, cases Yarmouth Woaiers and
liniion Haddock, Minced Collops Irte,Umed
Cliiclen and Tittkev, Curried Fowl, ami
Oj-slers, Hlackberry Jam, Crosse
K HUclswell's Jams, jeb
lies and Marnubdes,
CASKS ROVAt, IIAK1NC l'OWDKR,
Hrtalfau Hacon, smoke
Pailer House Soups, Ctxjkrd Ham (whftle and boned)'
ed I leer,
E. P. ADAMS, AUCTIOKECIC
PX STHAMGR SUR2,
APPLES AND ONIONS,
On Stitttnhtfft Ortohri Vi(
,nh riRsr.(.L,vss si:r ji;ffrvs lawn
l enms lor mic at l . l ,. l hrutn s l- ort M. Morv.-
OriCK.--1- C. DAKK, 65. MI'-KCIIANTS
j. r.vvviuiiisT, i uic s.iitj iiu!iiviisT4 i),riH til inc
Prr.s in San Francisco. Tlie Satuhua l'nts can
always be xenon file in his ofTice. 6
'AGO, IN TINS, forwleb Botles & Co.
having Ireen appointed by the Hon. A. P. Judd, chief-
jtoinc ui me supreme Lviiri, n svijni
misMoner to sell
Whlttakor. Star Hn,
eastern Coslfisli, kits No 1 Mackerel, Salmon Bellies.
krg Tig Pork 2$ lb kegs), Fig Pork in H and 5
roses, Pork and Iteans I.ibby's conked
'Tongue and Ham, cooked Heef, Pigs
rcet, fresh Gulf Shrimps, all n
AUSTRALIAN SliTXPS TONGUHS.
1 and a lb tins.
Mttlrourne Meets Ro.ist Heef, etc., Mellourne Mulli
gatawr-a) and Muck Turtle Soup, Cutting's
Meats aid Soups, Sauvige meat, Co
lunibia Rier Salmon 1
and a lb tins.
In consideration of the facts dfvelopt-d tn this examln-
attdti. and the preponderance of elements if Inher'
nt ami romparatitv merit Adjudged hy tle
Judges (each in Independent judgment) le
Ing equal to 70 per cent more than the
nest highest exhibit. the have
found It rtcreilimtf) difficult
to make such a clasMfic-
ttun In degree as will
CIVB EVKN-HANDED JUSTICE TO Al.K
WF APjtIKF TO TIIK
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Msssachusetts, U S. A.,
A first class award and such other siiert.il dMititritm.
diploma, medal, or award as Is cuniteiit Mith the ilu-
iic aim uwniiaiwnsj vi me nonorairie siunev iniema
t tonal Commission, for the large! ami mot Complete
exhibit of borological tnttfiiments esamined.
Tliey Isn propose, ns the only means by which their
appreciation of Ihe merits of the production of this
company can l adenuatelv or equitably recngnired by
Ihe committee on Judging and Awards, that a warate
firit-clas award be given for the tlme-kreping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a separate nTthm award foMhe perfection of
this svstem of watchmaking and the improvements tit
the mechanical (tart of the watch, being notably tn the
mainspring and goinghanel, the patent safety pinion,
the perfect epic)Udal form of all the teeth of the train.
In esery grade of watch alike, nnd the Isochronal ad
justment of the baUnce.pring.
Also, a first la S award for new mode of compensat
Alsof a separate first-class award for the Improve'
menti in cases, the number of artistic forms and designs
used, the beauty and elegance of their finish, ami fur
their new and Indestructible method of enameling.
Alo to Chat let W, Woerd, mechanical superintend
em American Watch Com pan , Wattham, Mass,
Tlie following is the order of awards made bv the
Sidney International Exhibition Commission to the
American Watch Company, of Waltham, Mass:
Gold and Silver Watches Firit degree of merit nd
special mention ; 001a Mean.
Timekeeping ouatilles of all grades of Watches First
degree 01 merit.
Perfection in System FIrt degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
rirsi aegree 01 merit ana special mention.
VfttttAiiie StiRar, Knlo nnil Pasture
Iantfl, In Inhnlnn, Inlatitl of Maul
Il order of the trustee of ih I.UNA U I O nSTATn
1 shall otlrr for sate, for rash, at the Court
House In Ijih-Aina, on the Island of
Maul, nt tt o'clock noon,
rmwsMV, tS'avRMMiii ., aw,
ihe following Pieces of Iand ;
tn the Atiuptiu ot I'olintit, Awnul 8559, II, Aian .5
toV C- I.iinstilo, ns Mlo.lt
Lot Pasture 1-iml l)ing tin tlie Sea
Ilcacli, iyWx ncrcs.
Lot 2-Catic and Pasture
Lot 3-Cane, Pasture and Kalo I-itttl,
1 1 jVn acres.
Lot .1-K.1I0 t-ind, i-iVrj acres.
Lot 5-Kalo Uintl, Ifrtr acres.
Lot 6-Kalo I-ttid, rS0 acres.
Lot 7Kalo I-aiid, TJn ncrcs.
Lot 8-Kalo I-tnd, T?,,t acres.
jvIAKEE & COURTNEY,
We manufacture llieVF.UV 1IUST QUALI I V I'aUi
from At Taro,
OttinRto the extrnl of lanjs culltvatril li- us, vse
ran rlt che.iier than others, and can guarantee planta
tions and atl cinplojees of labor against any failure of
1ST Orilers by Post receise prompt altcnlion.
LATEST FOA-EGX A'Ell'S.
Telephonic communication between the
United States and South America has been
established direct ...The expenses or Chile
from Keb. 1879, to Apr. i8Sj, vvere $59,657,.
Keceipts Irom all J'eruvtajt and Bolivian
THE UOiSOLULU WATER WORKS.
We desire to reiterate with emphasis our
cotemporary's utterances in regard to the pre
sent capricious, arbitrary, and unbusiness-lile
management of the Honolulu Waterworks,
It ts capricious, and individuals arc at the
mercy of any official who may chouse to Utile
them rather than others for alleged non-com
pliance with rules, which themselves are often
utterly unreasonable and inapplicable on any
general system. Water privileges limit the
tight of Irrigation to certain hours, but vse arc
told this rule will not be enforced where water
is abundant. Vc are never informed when
this is the case but left to guess for ourselves.
One man Is allow til to litigate out of hours,
and another near by, told he can't litigate at
all. White water enough can't run into the
reservoir to supply even household needs,
someone's tato-patches must luv c a full sup
ply, On many streets no water can be had
after 9 A. at. A business man would lose all
credit at once who should agree to sell a cet
tain commodity at a price names!, to 1 paid
in advance, and yet neither deliver the com
modity nor refund lic money paid. It may
bcuid that the Honolulu Water Works do
not sell water for anything but shipping pur
peso. Householders pay only for the privi
lege of nuking a connection with the street
mains. Hut the value of the privilege depends
upon the amount of water supposed to be fur
nlshed and vanes accordingly, hormerly the
number of privilege was limited, but icccntly
no limit is set with reference to the possibility
of furnishing water as determined by the
amount available in the rescivoirs. Any bus!
nos that should have been conducted in such
a bungling, unscientific thriftless way as has
characterised the Water Works Department
recently, would have been imt into other and
moit competent hands, if a coniany of capi
talists bad had the management of our water
TtM "Cotuias" hold ihtf regular monthly
to-rjlftt t the rewlcnct of Dr, J, M
custom houses for the same period, $19,151,
000; receipts from guano sold, $2,333,000:
receipts from nitrate, $2,759,000. , , . In Lima
a silver sol is worth $16.40, Peruvian paper
currency and an American $20 piece is worth
$410. ...It has been decided to espel from
Egypt the Swiss Ninct, Arabi l'asha's adviser
....Several natives, convictei, of jiarticipation
of the June massacre, will be executed in Alex
andria,,,. Arabi 1'asha and Toulba 1'asha
were removed to the Garde Mcttbillis, where
other urUoncrs, numlierini! 80, were removes!
. .. The in elnnlnary-examination in the case
of Arabi 1'asha will Im; held secretly, but his
formal trial will be public . . .The committee
appointed to inquire into the June outrages in
! . t.-t.i !.. .:. .r..t rZ. .L. 1 .11.
rg)ii, uciu 11. iiii .iiiiii; si.i. siii, uiki iw-
cusseil the pielimituries cf the investigation.
Another committee, sitting at Tantan with
closet! doors, is investigating the outrages
committed mother juits of Lgypt during the
rebellion . All the powers except Ungland,
Russia antl France, liave agreed upon the prin.
cipal of a tax which the Voile proposes to lay
1imih iiist luiciiiKin iiuini; ,.i,iiivv ii imsi
. . A Dublindispatcliof Oct. 4lh, sayst The
weapons used b) the murderers of lrd Caven
dish and Under Secretary Iturke were found
concealed in the rafters of the subles in the
rear of a house K-longing to a man recently
sentences, to penal servitude for intimidating
Mrs. Kenny, the widow of a man murdered, in
Seville l'Ucc, ljccausc he was suspected of
having given information concerning the mur
derers. It is alleged that Kenny- was the
driver of the car in which the assasnins rode on
the ninbl of the murder. The wejiwns found
were four knives, nine Inches long, with blades
thice-tmaiteis of an inch wide. They are quite
new ami very sharp and arc evidently surgical
dissecting knives. There was a discoloration
on them, which, upon chemical analysis, proved
to be uude by human blood. It Is hoi km I the
murderers will I captures!. Meanwhile the
aulhurilics oUerve the strictest silence.
The Real Estate of the late W. L.
hereby cites notice that on
TUESDAY, aist Daj of NOVEMIIEK, I8Si, at At
liulini Hale, at t o'clock noon, he 1 ill
SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
alt the right, title, and Interest of the said V. L. Moe
honua, deceased, of Honolulu, had In ami to
the folio iiig real estate, v u .
lt All that parcel of land situated in KAL.1I1I,
Honolulu, and containing an area of 984 acres, com
Kming BS4 Kula land, 35 acres taro land, and 75 acres
ilil Those memiseft situated on the W'alkiLl road.
knots n as KALI A, and containing an area of 78 acres,
more or less kula and fish ponds together ssiththe
premises thereon situated it men consists ol n large
frame building with the necessary outhouses.
3d -Those jrcmisc situated in l'UIJl.I'.NA, Manoa,
and more particularly described in Ro al Patent 736 .
4th Those lands situated in KALI 1 1 1, Honolulu
more particularly described in Isojal atcnt 974a and
containing an area of r 3Moths acres.
ftth Those lands situated in KALtHI aforesaid.
and more ivirticularly described in Kosal Patent 5080
and containing an area of r acre and 35 cliaius.
6th Those lands situated in K.U.I lit aforesaid,
and more particularly described in Ko) al Patent 1351
and containing an area of ao-im acre.
Ith-Four pieces of Und In MOKAUEA, Kalihi
aforesaid, conutning respectitely 33-100 acres, 106-100
acre, 1. 100 of an acre, and 28-1000! an acre.
8th Tlut parcel of land situated In 1'Ol.ANUI,
I.shaina. Maul, comnrisins 4 aiunas and contalnlnc an
area of t acre rt rods.
Oth The land situated In ALIO, Lahalna aforesaid,
ami more lurticularly descrilied In L. C A. No. 393
and containing an area of 3 roods and to rods.
Tlie alios e sale si Ul be positit r, and plans and surveys
now in course of preparation still be exhibited as soon
as completed at the office of the Surveyor General at
At most of the Taro LandluKAhhi still be sold in
small tots, jt ofTsrs peculiar advantages to property
ovsners Contiguous thereto.
Tlie Terms of the aboi e sale are CAS H , and t he steeds
nill be at th. eipensc of the purchaser.
n. K. Kvn:,
Commissioner to sell the Krai Estate of Y. I Moe
C. II. MAKKR.
A. A. COUKTNT.V
EPSOM SALT'S, IN llOXLS OR S.MALI.
Packages. For sale by Bolles Si Co. 111
Owners of Lota lis Nuiinuu
ss ill please hand In their names to the Tressure r, A.
CAK IWKKJH f, or the undersigned, and they will I
furnished ssilli projtrr Deeds,
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent
decree of merit, i pedal.
Canon Bluo-Polut Ojraters,
l-and alb tins.
McMurra's Oysters, fresli lobsters,
Clams. all in r- and alii tins, fresh
Oxford Sausage, Westphalia Sausage,
llologna sausage, IJevilleil
Ham and Potted Meats,
iT There brinir several storthless statches lieannsr
the marks of Waltham Watches discovered within the
past seven months, palmed off on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
nt-tf Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ENGLISH PICKLKS. ASSORT KI), QUARTS.
For fcale by Bolles & Co. 1 1 1
For Kale by Bolles &
XTOriCH-T)Uk!NC. THE TEMfOR
1 fcsrnce of our Mr. Vnu O. Irtt fitxn tl
Jom, Mi. Wm. M. G.iTarii ttl aitrnj in the bi
WM. G. IRWIN 4 Uk
FOR 1VKTAM.K OK PfRMANKNT
i feet lenirths; 14 lbs to the yard, just received
J r .. t . s tt.'.. r-m 1 i.,.,ui u..i.. . v
use( urn, vj n-fv tiuin wts wwh yi"t "
L. Oreen, or w, W. MacfarUne & Co , Agents (01
Fowler & Co.
or J no.
OAILEY'S GREAT! EN-CENT STORE.
Freh lavoiosM Naur Good !
Tlie Ten Cent Store U a success anl will continued.
NEW AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT GOODS
TO ARRIVE SHORTEV. .
109 Fort street .)
Caaen of Froth Pates, with TruHU,
Cases Vatt tfr foi Cms, French) TrufHes.
Sard i ne v)! and K tins, Leibee't Extract of .Meat
k.ec California Uutier, 5ottkes, cases French
1'e.is, fresh Mushrooms California Sugar Peas,
am 11ns, lonunu ougar s-om. iu tin,
I. is romatocs itb tins, Li
na Iteam, Haricot Verts,
ASPARAGUS, CALIFORNIA CHEESE,
Bnc of No. 1 Table Rloe,
11ns Scotch Oalnieal, tbf Pearl Sago, 4TI), bags freih
Corn Meal, toll'. CracVed Wheat, iotl, bags,
5- aud totb, Kobinsou's Groats and Bar
ley, raioiitan .Macaroni ana
Vermicelli, California Ver
micelli and Macaroni,
cases Corn .March, lags Pia,
83 Khitf street.
BsMUr iu dMorlptioa of BOOTS
Ladies and Gents1 Pint Wear a Specialty.
PUBLIC NOTICE I
Tlie Undersigned, hating purdased
From H. R. II. RUTH EEELIKBlNl, the Unds
of KOHILIPALI and HILEA, In Kan,
Hawaii, Kahua, llihtu, and Kaui(a
laoa. In Kohala, Hawaii, W'al-
kaloa, Walaleale, Ku
PohaLuhaTku, and Kaafaaula,
viuiated In llaniakua, Hauali, llanala-
os3, and Honolvoluu sltuaicd on Maul, Kanhai,
situated on I jnaL A)o the lots of land situated io
Honolulu, and known as the
W1XDEK ud CHU-LAN BLOCKS.
Notice U hereby clen that all monies falling due for
rents of said lands, are a aUc to my agents U'm. (7.
tttvtm a,ti.ff. riA.MUM. I'AKM.K,
' 109-3 ui
Boxea Cub Sugar, VA pounds,
Kees Cube Sugar, loxrt jQH,Jred Sugar, oth, Call
lomla Comoany's Crackers, cases Soda Crackcts
tins cf Wine, Soda, Water. and Wafer
Crackers, Jenny Lind Cakes Nic
Nac llihcuits) Graham Crack
rs and Ginger Cakes.
TsvTBW SHOP Al
3 Kliitf street.
BUckatnlthiuic aud Carrlo Shop,
JAMES MURRAV, Manager.
lime prom4y shod. In lli bcu manner; Carriage
11 wcrktneiL iry cm
from Maunakra sticri
1 aim ins- by comrxtcnt worktneiL Iry our new
Wtou, iwodoois I
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
pany of California
BLSHQI 6 C.( ACEXTS,
Fitto'jTfMM, Eajglkh Brahtsut Tm.
Nice strong Congou Tea", in tialf cheats nne Souchong
Tea, Comet lea, fine OiXtlong Tea, In jtbbss.,
Jajtan 'leas, and Jaianleas, in laci
ercu uoies, in, itpan ifj
(very choict), in, Japan
Tea (fine), jib.
XXTiLDER A CO.
Importers and Dealers m
And iBnUdinc MatoHal
of all kinds just received, ex late arrivals, severa
luge ana well eiected cargoes 01
comprising all the usual stock, sbes
In Scantling:, Timber,
Plankt and Boardi.
AL60 DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Hane sutfact anil rouali Itssarils sur
faced and rouih Hattcns, I'lcEtls, Rustle,
Lattice and CUptmards.
DOORS, BA1K AMD BUMIM,
All sins, of Eastern and California make, and fir
tale In quantities to sun, at tow prices.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT 01 US,
MKTALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
GLASS AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH MU1MM.
Lot 9-r.isiurc Iinu, io,"0n- ncrcs.
Lot io-C.tncaiiil Pasture I-and, SSyoa
Lot n-Kalo I-and, mostly taken up
with kulcanas, whole area TgS acres.
in the Almi'iii.i of KiiIioMm, Atsjnl tso, It, Aplna
6, to W. C l.linalilis, as rolloss-s:
Lot i-Kalo I-antl, n lC''l-,
Lot a-Kalo Land, i-,Vit acres.
Lot 3-Old Kalo I-tntl, -,",,"11 ncrc.
Lot 4-Kalo Land, Vnrt acrc-
Lot 5-Kalo Land, jfa acre.
Lot 6-Kalo and Kula Kand, iVtr acre-
Lot 7-Kalo Land, -, gxr acre.
Lot 8-Kalo Land, Vo'tr acre.
Lot 9-Kalo and Kula I .and, -,Vo- acre.
Lot to-Pasture L-tnd, 60 aaes.
Lot ii-Pastiire Lind, 90 , acres.
in Ihe land of KuluiUpu, Assart! 7jj to W. C
l.unatno, as touows;
Lot i-Cane and Kalo Lind, is-jVo
Lot 2-Canc and Kalo Land,
Lot 3-Canc and Kalo Itnd,
Lot 4-Canu and Kalo Land, n-iVa
Lot 5-Caneand Kalo Land, &?& acres.
Lot 6-Cane nnd Kalo I-and, iiiVff
. 11ie areas riis-en nre estlusive of kuleanas within th
.i 11 tint t- ivci
i:. 1', ADAMS, Auctioneer.
1 r S"
;, Khiatlum U roimrrlrd ifllh
Apply l.y TELEPIIONK NUMIIKK 79 or leav.
Itai ine t'mij "
or 'T. tl.'Tluttin's,
sour order, at Ihe Wj- Unlit, ulfice, lloljisler
ft Co.'t,r T. tL'Ilirtltn'sv Tort Street, tuning,
Kroilriiig, Kcbullinf and Keasliu
No. 107 Port St., HoruNiuu. n
IN EVERY UUANCII
Mj O. r. WELLS, Msss4o DssssUr.
Don't fall to slsii TKhr JlOWry Store on " Open.
u( Da), October list.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Th. undertigrKsl hat recently filled up
In elegant si)lc. the Urge roomy Cottage' formerly l.
ofiinc 1st the limm esiate, on Nuuanu strrct,
tejund lh Ctouunersial l.jsel termises
(ot th. pstrposc Of CSHHlUCtlOi
A .uporlor LosliuK Hosim.
I1s nsmAuTlkll (JrAfSnl tetieat Is th. "WIIITi!
IIOUST." It caanui U surstMit tn Ihe llniruVra f
ennrost ana cleauuuesv
THE GROUNDS ARC SPACIOUS
am! ornamented t,,ih shad, ttccs.
Perssws at tenseaabiUiy may alwas be tut. of ackeefi
tiA ludfse there. A sittlnsusMn Is set atojt Cor th. ruii-
, . . iyt.1 iinus'iiiSrsiiL ssjls
senicncvo, ,ueus. n rrn ts.isr rsssasi rsns
VACA NT. I eruit alwa)-. pioJerale.
MRS, J. T WHITE. Pioieietor.
J.sf Maoy of our readers sU remember Mrs. Vhu.
as Motictoe rsf the loduur hous. on Poet street, ssd.
r.i ' ... . . . r 1,1 . .
UHmof im i-aoirMsn ntaassM, msji ssaa sucn
Tb Leavling Uitltterj Hous. 01 Ctsaa. J. lisr.cl
Crawl orstucf txtiy. The finest and richest (tods
trver shosn fn this Kbidom. The leartf-j miilinery
hosts, of Oststs. ;, FUhel.
Indebcodent Order of Goud TeapUrs,-t,lierotia
LosU. No. l-Dtiee Mectlu lvU SATURDAY
KVENING. KMuitsatien cf Otstcus ul MONDAY
EVKNINa C00J aueosUnc. re.uweJ.
is ft l- M, CROWLetV, OJeflesufrbv.
fietasle boot under her rnaraifetaent.
N01ICE. lsirin IPS' atssene. front ihM Kiuplu
Mr, Cli-.Kie J. Rons il tn Ux ue uissUr fuH
pusser cf atlorwy. iC-u J. N, WKIsTlJ T
CBB HOPP t Co.,
jg lissfiank .trswss.
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
tissues built ami its. leivuVbur cf houses ajleadnsl so.
Teasssa rwfale. , lil-ty
LOSSES PAID OVER, 14100,00a.
Thr lAtrilfHt Vticiflr VoiihI Co,
Dwelling; risk a specialty, detached dwell.
Ing; and contents insured for a period
of three years for two premiums
in advance. ; we also write
upon wfchsn.il s per
bciwc!i thtt ou anJ U eoAU ift. cortnin Imoc
UKef t on l itMiikvl valiviosf lbs lsc4sf
iiissti4 t puri U 4ktit,
tWMsfk $ sSsUi FfftMcUco, MM
lli jrHg4ljBf ftfUSAssi
sSsnVssSSl SsBSMsssrssSK swSs'a'
JTpa Tea (jk1)( ilk sPapomw
JkjaiiTca. vd ioxtt, ChocoUu Jc $uAtt French
OtotiUl with VinilU, Kpji'i Ionvj(athsC
swxxa, iioorcssvwua aminins, iof.
svicq's Milk(reag) tnnJ). UU.
Ossssstss ma FnUt asssl PUUstsv
T.iittlisli lie Kruiu, dui, In case, I'uuuu't I'mil. 1
rtlo4,U raw, Uapi;S hue's heVUs, West l
- S, ft '1 5
, 1 '' !.
A nn aiKwlDicnl ol -
la Utsss tstylstsv
V" m Us Stfsssi,
Tfai, Cttfptr , aassi aVtsfest-frsssas H'tktr.
HsSsSsUbi, ts tolnjsssssj f trass l.Hf Sm
SUrUs Wswk ssr Ssssssrlyll
t sssrsiar at Mwf
Afimumenh aid ktaJtletut tttmteJ o-J rtut,
Oidets from tl other Islamlt promssly aHendeJ so.!)
Mtv . rail SiTsssst, ssssst Hvssssl Sts.
7ii hXH Fl't'Mll ApitleH, i
Cn Onions, j
s.'n Onions. J
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer. S
Manufacturer of Monuments, -33
MARBLE MANTELS, -
AND TILING, IN , i
Black and White Marble. k0
as frefsussl 1st rsstssie. tm SMtSsesreit far
SarftraA fatgff AAgi, saSMSsskssei SSsJ SULsSk
KNOUIM. rSSNCM SfesBI MnsStsO.
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