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SATURDAY PRESS SUPPLEMENT.
the sounding motto of UiViitu LtAui seems
to have been altogether forgotten, and has been
supplanted by that of Jmiiii IXiI.u
'I he steamer .V arrived off the xirl lues-
day night last, considerably overdue, which was
In the case of Mikakane rr. V, II. Diverill,
Chief Juttce Jtuld gave judgment, on Wed
tiesiliv uf last week, in favor of defendant.
hy the steamer l.iktlikt, ni prisoners under the more than to strangers. Such considerations
Master and Servants Act, lining persistently an these form the basis of community life, with-
deserted their work. Kift), at first, on a On- out them it could not exist, and in proportion
olous pretest, refused iwsitivcly tocompIy as they arc ignored so far do we depart from
'I he Planters' Monthlv fir October is out, ss ilh the requisitions" of the contracts under the true interests of civilized life. The prac-
and containing, as it does, n aricty of articles whiah they were Umnd J hut twenty-five of tice we havc referred to is of this nature in
from practical men, is a valuable number. the ringleaders were brought down as almvc essence, though measured by degree it may at
noted. The Norwegian Consul arrived in II ilo present be of no very great consequence, still
A portion of the mirkel is being repaired on the day of their deportation, and his advice we think it deserving of notice and reprehen-
ireountcd for by detention in San Kmncisrn and extended on the town- or Waikiki side, was instrumental in altering the prc-detcrmina- sion, as tending to injure certain other branches
till the toih through heavy rains. as to gain three feet each in length and width, lion of sonic to resist the law. of business here which should indeed be pro-
tcctcd. Retail dealers have established them.
The Onspcl Temperance Meetings at the Next Thursday afternoon and evening will Wc learn that a letter from II. II. Williams selves here in anticipation of patronage from
llcthcl vestrj arc held regularly ever) Saturday be given an ice cream festival in the liisement of Williams, Dimond X. Co., San Francisco, to such as are residents, and who may require
evening, commencing at 7:30 o'clock, and with rooms of Kort street church, by the ladies, for one of our principal merchants, relative to the anv thing in their line. If they carry an as-
very incouraging results. All arc cordially in- the benefit of the gospel temperance work on decision of Judge Held on the admission into sorted stock in trade, it is to meet the varied
the United States of Chinese merchants from demands of their customers, and in rcalitv is
We join oar voice with that of the iK-ople The Hawaiian Cook Hook, revised and en-
for the expression in nias-mceting of their i-,, an(lw ;,i, thc former omission of a table
views of the ptcscnt political situation, to show of ,,,.,, M1ppjc,l, is now out and in the
their support of the stand taken bj the naru, 0ftle committee, and can doubtless soon
Planters. bo hid through the Imokstorcs.
The comet is still coursing its way from the
sun and is to lie seen these early mornings with
countries other thin China, shows that restric
tions do not apply to that class of residents here.
The latter clause of his decision covers the
ground as follows: "We arc of opinion that
the section requiring a certificate for Chinese
merchants convng to the United States docs
meant as an accomodation which they have
a right to suppose will he taken advantage of.
Is it to wondered at then, that store-keepers
who arc industrious in their efforts to supply
for their customers nil articles of trade that arc
likely to be asked for, should feel themselves
Thanks to the courtesy of the author, wc aic
, .... . ,. :,i,. .-.r.i li in receipt of an advance copy or "Uraxtons
even greater brilliancy than in the lirst weeks 1 ' ' . ... .
,. h '. -... ,K ,,,.,., h liar ; a tale of Pioneer Ycirs in California,
of ts, appearance. The s-ght ampl) rcpa)stne , .... ....
." by K. M. Raggett, a review of which will be
Among the jliffercnl planters in town wc are
pleased to welcome Mr. II. M. Whitnt), ex-
ly K. M. Uaggctt.
giv en next w cck.
not apply to those who resided out of China agricved by the actions of such of the corn-
on the passage of the Act of Congress, and munity as would withdraw from them their
that proof of their occupation may bo made by custom, down to the most insignificant orders
parol." to be sent for to San Francisco?
An old native man at Paia. (the ler.ninusof No "ne wouU1 complain if orders were sent
the railroad) on Maui, while fishing with giant to thc co;lst for such ZomU wcrc not l,ro
powder, was so sev ercly injured by an cxplo-
Wchavc received from Mrs. I. Itcnfield, a
editor and publisher, looking hale anil hearty copy of thc "Life of Lucy (J. Thurston, her sion, tin! his life is despaired of. llavingat
for his out-door labors on the elevated cane- mother, another contribution to literature by tached thc cartridge to a line, it was thrown
lands of Kau. one of the pioneer missionary ladies of Haw lii. overlioard, but a rcsonablc time having elapsed
' A short review thereof will be given nevt without a discharge having taken place, and
On Tuesday last was sold at auction, the weck . thinking the fuse had Ixen extinguished, he
wreck and remaining outfit of the ship A'liyiim, - .!. ii n tn thr Kiirfacn nf the watm for ex.
lately wrecked off this harbor. The highest Mr. Geo. Emmcs' new shipwrights shop is amilnt-lon whcn the cartridge exploded. The tllin6s !n San Francisco.
bidder was a native named Naiuna wnogounc now complete! ami occupies a site mami oi man as ucd senseless by the discharge,
knock-down for $365. thc former stand, partly on recently midc land ml(, (p(m cxaminal:on was foumi to nae ost
. and partly over thc water, rendering H much ,K)th eJCT am, (J j been olherw:se inliy in.
The adv ent of so large a number of planters cooicr for ,he workmen, and giv ing more room . al)out (1)e faC(. an(, UaM . his rjE,u ham,
in town this week has quite enlivened our than heretofore for yard work. wasaWo completely blown offby the discharge.
streets and places 01 uusincss, anu men aiiuuuc
on the political situation gives us great encour-
curable here, or such as were procurable there
at rates v cry much below what arc charged
here. This, however, is not the case. Articles
common as to the trade, and insignificant in
value are sent for, which could be readily got
here, and at prices as low, if not lower, all
things considered, than arc asked for thc same
If such practices
agement to "fight for thc right."
are to be kept up and allowed to go on in
creasing as they have done lately, it will not be
long before it will actually become necessary
to send to the Coast for these things, for it is
hardly to be expected that retail dealers here
will keep in stock things that arc seldom
It goes against thc grain of a mtivc to ,- 11.,,, vv.ii . lcase ,0 answer called for, and perhaps people may eventually
have to arrest one of his own race; but he is not tilroll, , our outspoken and independent paper be compelled to send away for a shirt collar of
always so tender in inc arresi 01 omcrs. whether t,e following rumor has any founda a certain kind, a straw hat and such like,
Wm. G. Irwin, Esq., leaves by the Snezfoi Superiors in office would do well to remember t-Qn? j ll(;ar from j.xcrai s,)urccs thata propo- which they would then find very awkward.
the coast and may take a run East, expecting this in estimating the number of drunks from t-l(m )m i,ccn nnije to pUrchase the entire And wc hold, it is not very good business
to be absent about two months. P. C. Jones, the number of arrests made, and thus arriving cjii.riion of Waxivorks nowonvicwin the policy in the owners ofvcssels to allow of this
kind 01 trade being carried on by persons in
their employ, for thc trader, feeling himself
agricved, is certainly not so likely to patronize
such vessels as he would others Whose officers
adhere more strictly to their legitimate busi
ness as connected with the ship. Retribution
in sucn cases, in some lorm or another, is
Jr., and family also leave us lor a ume, o) uic at conclusions in regard to me enen 01 me Ncw Music Hall, in order to place the crowned
ZealanMa. Bonwyae. new Liquor Law. heads thereof on the chairs set for them on the
' ' , " Uoval Dais," in case the inaipi tcialivt man-
Mr. G. C. Williams, well-known as one of Who does the banana patch belong to ,n of ln)incc of ,)le Utl, g,obe shou)J
our most successful plantation managers, we Nuuanu Valley for the irrigation of which, the not ,, to llle ..gold printed atlas invita-
are pleased to announce as being engaged for thirsty inhabitants Honolulu are mad.- to ,;(m,..f Kin(; KVaua.onl'ib. uthor Apr.
the management of the vast sugar estate of Mr. suffer? Who wrote the letter a short time , .,.., . ...hjidtinn in
Claus hpreckcis, on aiaui, ami w... .. u slnCe, entering inc ucm-,.im, w ,t.e ,n;( alwut, in cleisc proximity to the valace, as natural, and to be expected.
Monday next for the scene of his labors,
a woman who had lieen arrested and confined
under the "Law to Mitigate," because she was
A quartette of Chinese street cleaners, or t,e daughter of a MamalaJiea Who is bring-
scrapers, have been at work on our principal Jng the under executive into contempt, by uu-
thoroughfares the past week, who, without any constitutional interference and who will be re-
ov erscer, hav e shown the public how to kill time sponsible if law and order arc inv ertcd therebj ?
and do the least possible work at thc longest ,
range of a hoc handle. A drunken fracas occurred on Saturday
night last, at the Rojal Hotel in which one of
We accept with feeling of gratefulness even the highly "influential and popular men,"
the temporary work on many sections of our which the . C. A. is endeavoring so strenu-
streets by filling in the innumerable ruts and ously to uphold, as fitting advisers of thc King,
holes with broken coral and sand, thus afford, performed a prominent part. Two oor in-
ing a relief to carriage springs, for, candidly offending kanakas were arrested pn thc occa-
spcaking, our streets are notoriously disgrace- an jn order ta"savcthebacon"of one, though
substantial proof of thc "genealogical thing-
um-bob" as the 1'Rt.ss has it and thereby
save to the government at least thc amount for
such useless research. Yours truly,
Skarciilk i-or Truth.
To our correspondent's query, we would
reply that we believe such rumor to have been
baseless, as we have interviewed one of the
owners of thc Waxworks upon the subject, who
declares to an utter ignorance of such a propo
sition. The query, however, may prove to lie
an opportune suggestion, and one on which our
imaginative Premier, who places so iruchstrcs-
upon the necessity of "symboliialion," may lie
nigner in siauon, .ow ... ,e.p.iau.... -. . .. .. .. . .,
thev. llail-iumpingwasanccccssarv convenience " .., .1
I.K.J. iuijuiiiiik ...!. ccssaryto give to the figures their necessary
in the case : and It is to be supposed that the . " " . . .,
' iiimiinrr usmiit ii n icni-ii rnirmnuiinn lit;
police arc sailing under orders, .. the police cl,0 rf lllr recognition pni
court record .s s.lent M to any proper invest!. fe (,istIllKuUl)C(, 1crso
The Judge of North Kohala has again been
airing his wisdom, having refused to hear' evi
dence against a man who was charged with
perjury, and discharging the complaint be
cause, forsooth, thc testimony given by the
alleged perjurer did not have any effect in the
decision of thc case then on the trial. In other
words, it matters not if a witness dots swear
falsely, provided that nobody is cither con
victed or acquitted by such swearing. . . .Queen
Emma and tarty, with Princess Likelikc, had
an enjoyable time at Hamakua, and returns
to Honolulu by thc steamer this week, . . .Hilo
isngiin disturbed by the Papaikou Norwegians,
over fifty of them have refused duty, Twenty-
five go to the metropolis by the LiMtit, and
it is hoped will get their deserts, as more than
represented ; and
placed in convenient proximity with the dum
mies, so as to make them bob their heads, when
necessary, or lift them up when required, to
stand during any part of the ceremony.
The Suit returns early to-morrow for San
Francisco and in all probability the ZtaUndia
will 1 along from the Colonies Sunday, to
1 .ft. 1. 1, !t ,rtf l.til 1st mitrli nf this
steamer busing fall, to us on Sunday, as it gtion bf the case.
work, an injury and injustice to all parties . cighth orKan redlaI a,
concerned. S( Antrew.t Cathedral on Tuesday evening
By courtesy of the Cautlt office for the use last, assisted by Mrs. J. M. Lawlor and Mr. J.
of their types, we arc enabled to present to W, Yarndley, called forth a much larger audi-
..... ...Im ,1... i.rv ,vrllnt find ttmrlv ,p. mnrm than tlif- rinr nrtri-flinfv. and on the whole
uuiiso.iv - ." . - ... .. . ,- " ifJIItlMKtr-. (lVPf CAVA' IM TltJM? . . ' , -... ...v -,-v.-
ports of the trustees, and secretary of thc Plant- passed off v cry satisfactorily, U we may except "V"'""" ""' """ tions before the country, and trusts that Kauai
crs' Labor and Supply Company, as also Capt. the rather slow character of thc selection The practice has become quite common and Maui will meet Oahu on the strong ground
Mist', admirable address before thnn, which though the range thereof was certainly wide, now of sending small orders to San Francisco 0f unanimity in their desire, the results of
is given in full in our large supplement. giving one the desire for something of "Yankee through the captains of certain packets plying which cannot be but beneficial.
Doodle" movement for variety. A noticeable between that port and Honolulu, and i. natur- .
JI Maiesty Queen Dowager Emma, ar- want at these recitals is an usher toseat strangers, ally complained of by resident Importer., and
rived on Sunday last, per steamer J.iktlike, and another is the courtesy due the director by small dealers generally. No one questions
from a tour around the island of Hawaii. A and promoter of these free entertainments by thc Jegal right of others to send wherever they
large crowd had assembled on the wharl In the audience, to wait and hear thcin out. please lor incir supplies, uuii.icrca.c qucs-
cipectation of her arrival, and greeted her with
hearty cheers as she stepped from the gangway
Udder to the shoic. Princess Likelikc also re
turned by the same steamer.
ics, to act
I riw.trvn-ililn rnnaitinns liana !.. ... ,1 .. ... il
few attendants could be ' , """T" .. . .. .
iinu nun. nine in nine. ...Hawaii, realizing
the importance of protection of the planting
and its attendant interests, even to the check
ing unconstitutional tendencies in the present
administration of the government, sends you
her best men for thc consideration of the ques-
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. BREWEi eV Co., AGENTS.
llftvlntf on kxtul full anil rnmnUi tirwL- nf !..
t ! 1 ifL -1 11 .1 " rr : ;. -; . t "." - i
- uon 01 jKmcy ami cjh:uicucc wnit'M mourn wjyi ccicuraicu punipt, juurccfivfu Dcrw Juttut
Twcnty.five Norwegian, plantation lalxirer. alwavs l lookcl at in connection with such ir.,rnV;uVpump,0a.,Jd!J,w!. 'm
from the plantation of Messrs. Hitchcock matters as this t and each one owes to the other "J" """ih" ,"' 4n'" lni.-uUrty m ilw Vatug.11
'. ... .... ,. ... tlimp, wnlch li IM wau cofnplKslcu a.Hi mure Mrvka
Ilrothcrs of Hilo, arrived here on Sunday last, of thc community his protection and patronage U ifuo wtwi ui ,j.,f