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IluMnm activity this wek hn Wn notired t run
tn rsrtictilir lin-, while oihen complnin of dnl'new
unwarrantn! At this wwrrn of th ywr An mvethft
Item of this position of tnwh irjwn fmpfrjr rttrth the
following It it noticeable fart that twitting Ktitfty
U at general as at any ptfod of oitr thy' history, and
th time for lmprmemem on pfariafions m eftteisfofw
or repair ha Wen during th pnt few wewlrs. 1r..
has naturally Riven a teHy demand fnt the lumber
tippliM of our different dlert, so mwh so that it has
ten difficult to keep up smts, order at timet runnmf
largely in certain tire Ami to.gths HiH condition, in
tpiie of the (rtqntnty rarirocs rerelsed, will jp re our
readers an hie rf th nwnemenn (n the lumber trade
whihinturn has httsfed our phintfi rntlh ami bniM
er, and lh again the Itardware lrle, painters up
tlie etc IV foundry, tno, has keft Pe w'ln 'is
sptl of activity mn of the demand m It force and
capacity having lately met with wh prompt attention
a la te quite an item of savin to plantat ion for lrwik .
downs at rriticftl r.n.I.
Certain dry good hmiv of the retail trade hae evi
dently ten reaping tlw reward of liberal selections of
very attractive ', while other again, depending
m re upon native trade rom plain rf a pnHhs atmot
nnVnuwn and piery at the Mm tun if it i not the
rfiVt of rem iving the liquor restrictions from lb n
livrt. Smeof our whohale hottsrs have expressed
the Mief that the diminution of their trade with deal
em has, Wen a Art-ted from this rati
Arrival-, of shipping this ek hate l-en free, and
Ih'ttitof import certainly shnw that otir merchants
continue hl-eral pniviifi fr the need of the trade, tn
whhh our ( hi nest dealer ilo not nem inclined In taVe
A hack eit tl e cargo rf the lAi fntt comprising some
7n turn for ar(o Chine bouses
f iprnt for the werk have ltn light, the only cargo
so far bring that of the I. titbit rftn, valued at fn,yt 17,
though the tantMffa will J rolml ly complete landing
nnd tale her departure to day fur the roast
To-day wdl Ic offered At am I ion, I y Mr I I'
Adam, the wheat saved from the tStttgara, comf rising
Ame 4 f Itng.
Sinre our Int Issue we hive hecn favored with
generous rain that have .cen very welcome, the effect
r f which I Already oljservat le in the I Tightened foliage
throughout thecit) It ii hofwil thi rain hi len
general to I ! e(inlly other part of the Mind. It
It alo a relief to 11 from ite replenishing our almmt ex
Ad tiers from bin Francico hythe dtjvf Stw York
are to the 97(1 ultimo and in ilareof selections of
item of commercial interest or clnnge in the mvlct,
we leave it fur our new ctrrcKndeiit, " Kedwood,' to
Advia 11 from time to time
Sam rAANciCrt, Octoiitr i, 1881 The Ueci
rocity Treatj hi Wen Introduced into California ili
le in an olicrnre way A noting men Kepullion
cluhinoneof lliecii) winU ha (aed n revlution
againt the conilnuince of the treaty Hie effict of
thi may W a good a the Chronicle mwne pulter
Ing from lime to time
A ditpnich from Washington ayi " ITie cjnetion f
aeing iluty ujion Migir imported from the Ulind 1
Agiin WftM-r thelreniiry depirtinent on A report from
the collector of cuMoin at New York In the eve in
l-)int, which i regarded a a test cae, the collector In
Aeeil duty on a cargo of ftugir from the Ulinda
IVuleMt were filed Against llua aetnent on the
ground that the tugar wn eem t from duly under the
frovUiomof the Reciprocity lreit with the UHniU
ll wit conic ruled on the other hind, however, tint tl e
u gar in quetum did not come within the term of the
treaty, a H wa of a different cla from iIiom; made in
the Hind at the time the treaty wn ritified In hm
reiort on the Mthject, lh collector of custom tite
that the cae involve ijueMion of fact which he can
not undertake to decide It i prolmble that the que
tion will W referred to the collector at San rrinciico,
in order to determine whether the Migar in question l
cf a cLiv lo W included wiihinlhe term of thetreil)
Hie Mock of the llawatiin Commercial Compnn) has
met with a bad hreak I In compan wa incoriiorated
here about two jrarnago, with a cif, itil of $io,cmho,uco
tn 1 ,000 hare of $io,ooeach A few month ago tin
wa chanced into 100,000 .hireof the ar viluerf
$ior each I he amount pa id up in com wa. two month
aeo Haled lo W $j, 300,000, 1'rufits nmouming to
$i,no,om are Raid to have Wen invented in )mll and
other lni rovement 1 wo month ago the Mock ad
vanced lo f nnd upward. Ilic firl dividend of 50
tent ier uliare ($so,3) wis lid on the 21M, of Au
gut The eoind divuleiid of the name amount wa
paid lat month One of the largest Muckholder In
lately returned from the Hlind, and rcfiorteil in favor
of inveling 111 more lind and other ini rovementt, mi
a to extend the I usine. I he rccommetidition wa
adlptcil by the director and the dividend for tin
month wi fuiwd, attd they will not prolabl) W re
iinneil agnii tint etr A futon a it Wcame known
tint the divi lend would W passed the nee of the M,ock
receilM rapidly until last S ednevti), when ales were
inidea Iowa 31H, a decline of nearly 50 ler cent
The Mock hold tin month has Wen principal!) on
account of a Mitgla huhler, vrho At one time o ned one
twentieth of the caj ml Mock It 1 natcil lint $$j,ouo
nharei are hell by pervjn who will nrt ell I hoe
who have lookeil into the allair of the compiti) a it
lia done well during the past )car and bid fair to do
Wtter next eir
last Sundi) night the lnp Ihemrn, 11S da from
I lvripMl, lie id 1 11 g for tin poll, wa lol on the ftouth
west iide of the noutli rarallne. Her cargo coiiMsUtl
of 9,70a ton of coal, ajtd escl and cargo will W a
lutal lo. All liaml were aved
'lhemiikct for nugir i unchmged in rue, nehve
fur refined and IwM grade of raw v.
Kite 1 quoted at 4)c uish The Carol 1 in crop U
aid lo W very iood, which will onte advcrel to
ihe UUihd intcrcM lnqiortitf rite from Honolulu
thu far Ihi )ear, 8,,ou4 tti. In ilumcMic 1 rod me.
price are advancing kumewliat, evpccull) of haj.ou
account of the Meat damage caused, by our earl) nnd
unctpectrd rain, which found much prixluce cxHscd
In the tTeld.
Ol-omar marine ha again a penred in (hi nnrket,
and H 1 ai I the local fulor) In a cap-icity to numi
failure did) 18,000 tt, the price of which 1 afi cent.
Arrtrtil iff I'ort of llumiluht
1 ikelike, Mm , King, from lido. , .
Iuka, ten , from Koliali
City of New ork, Mm , Col b, from S !
I- ureka. Am bkiu , Penlullow, fr San I ran
leiime Walker, M.h , from running It
Waiehu, ach., from Onomea .
Pauahl,M.h,, from Ookati.
Mee rou, uli , from kouUu
Lcahi, ch.( from Koliolalele
Mar) 1 I oMer, kclu, from Homiaito
Kcvere, bk , Mclutyie, from Putt Ulakcl) ,
Kidakaua, 1 k.t Miller, fnjiu San 1- raiicisco,
Manuokawal, kch , fnmi Koloa . ...
Jame Makre. Mm , Mclhiiuld, froin Kuual N'
llucm Ula, Lk , Calhoun, fni port tJamble,
Mattra, Mnu, riradle),fiii Hongkong .
LIU, bktn , Itrown, from San rrancistti, .
W aioll, ach , from Krikea . . .
Koala, ach., from Valaiue . ,
Iwalini, Mm , llatc. f rCoru, Kau, Maahea
V allele, ftth , from Mahko .
Mokotd, Mui., MciUegor, from Koulau . ,
Cilyof New V01V, Mm., Cobb, for S)ilne. OaI
Ixhua, Mm., Iwreui, for MiUkai and Maul "
C H, Hilltop, Mia , ItetT) for Kauai , . '
Kdauei Hou, Mm,, Scar, f.r Kahului .
Mokolu, mul, Mittrrgur for Wool iu , "
Marion. ch 1 for Kukuihacle . 4t
Ka Mol, aclu, fur lup.ihorhoe , . , , M
C'aduriiii! baik. Hubbard, for San rraneikco, "
Likehke, Mm , King, for lido .... "
Caletina, clu, for llatulei '
V hukai, ch., for YVautua . "
Ktkauluohl, fcclL, for lUmdd . . . '
1 uka, m-Ii., KohaU . Nov.
Mary toMcr, wh , (or Kau M
AUAa, U S S , IMkiuii, for windward.
lr4 ho if In i'utt
NlNiTa . Haw.lgtne
CtAlb SmrCKtri, Couiui ... Am wh
Hurt, Curtit Auu khip
" IiiUANI, (arrel&. Haw bk
. I waco, Neilwm. . . Nor. Ik
CXihiUAUi, Howard. . Auu bktnc
f KiibAr, KoUus&Mb Am. bkine
J A. AlklKVHiit V oil Am. bkine
rUHbkA, Peidullow Am bkine
KatHMK, Mclnl)iv Am, bk
Kalakapa, Miller Haw bk
t", Hvkna Vuta, Calhoun Am bk
Iknnik Waikkk, Umlcrwuxl Haw ch
J; Maiika. Hi 1.1 1 eo Hut S. S
$ tlt.A, llroik Auu bkine
l-Vrjiirfrii ftum t'orriyit J'offj.
HottON, Anu lk Amy Iibmkk
Due Jan. jo. C Itrewer A. Co., Agtv
UKAkiAM.der bk C K Uivtmr
Due fU to-15. II tUAM.1 J, Co.,tti.ti.
DsrAHtHHK llAV, Ani-lk. f s. 1moui-sin
iKie Nov 90-it (for Kabul uL)
f.mnuAj Am. UtiK W 11 Dimusu HoudUtt
(fur Kahului,) now due
(LAM.ow.Hnl shipAkkkAUAN C1u)tuari
DuJaii so-t. It W MacfAiUiM&Co.,agts,
Hom.k.uMillir bk, lauNCsroM; StctUiu
Due Nov. i) to HaikfcM ii Co.tagta.
HuMwtiuiT, Au. tern lusum Kiss Hciutques
Due. Allen & KoWton, ats.
LliKKrsktL, lUtU bk, UkUick SwutoUawhkl
Due Jan. o-tj. 1 H lki it Co,, agts.
NanaimoU lUua, Am. Ik f uiinr CJuhkm NMumi
Due Nov ao-t) lUckfrtd & Co., agt.
Nsw Castik. nw. Nic. Lk Rsuijio Howes
NnwCASTiahsw,Aiu,lgliuNoitTM StAU Mm1ku
Nsw Cai tk. hsw., Am ship UkrTSAUKU DicUald
Due Oct. 1 j. Ship's acvouni.
Ntw uk, Am. bk f.UAOK KKhON Huniii)tp
lo sad about Nov. Ca.'UI & CotA.e, agl.
I'OMT (jAUSLk, Auu U. I UilK MAAsHALL
Due Nu, 10-15. lowers & Cookragts.
I'uitrUAUttK.Am.Utiie Dim.okkv Wrruuan
Nov. o-15 H laA.kfM&CsktAgts. UuuUrto
San rKAKCisLCvAuu ugtM W. G. Ikim. Turuer
Dim Nov is. W 1 ItwuiA Co..al,
SaK kaKVIsuu, rT m. ft. Zkauanuia. W'eblcr
Uu Nav. tt. II lla.Lfl.l X- rrt ...i.
Sam lANcikio. u . s. Si hi
Nav. &. w 11 1,. I.. j(- i. .,.
Sam amusw,Aiu.UuII W luy
Kov, 10-1 j CuU K Cooke, afits,
N v 1
"M (4 t I S tt XKhiXajTU
N I, H Id kfeMc ,-,Ki.
EwkA,AtT 0 it, Am- tern Mary Dodt(e, Piul,
IWrlAIt. SeW IJ
I'mt (mmhh-, arr Oct 9, m fck KmeraW, I-flnl.herve
HornVont.arr Srpt m, ITrrt S S Anjer lled, Rofr
7, arr m. bk MwfrJ May, Johnnn hence
Sn rnwnVi), arr Oct 14,
I- reeman, hnr Sept 6.
Port Iownrnd, nrr Ott ifl,
bV If W Almy,
f'ernnMn, rtence ept 94
lh PaoirV Mail Steam Ship f ity of New York, ir4
ton burden m II Cobb, comnmnder, aaded from
Sn rrannVo l)rt tnl t 1 i p M with 111 ealrtn
ami o Meeragi
... r i . . . .'.
ix wntcn 49ramn aixi 3s
Meerarr are lor llonolHlii IW I it v of New 1 otk
bring" aln 64 torn freight Ami $1,101 treawire for tin
port Armed Oct aoth At 3 50 r M , 7 d J hour
and 10 minute from "un r rAnnro r or the first three
d)plftAnt weather ami light IwDhngwimU, remain
yitr 1 f pAvtage strong amtthetly wirtd
Ihe II V Mmy may W looked fw next week from
Che Niagara 1 getting nne-wy since her rargo ha
washed otit of her Tolling tiark ami foith
Ihe rwrican sclinoner Id Hthnnner, nrer
sailed fV m 1 1 il t f r San r ram Iw 0i if
lr A r Cooke 1 somewhat vJi)ne of late, if you
don t Wheve ii, I tok on the roof of lit Uidding
lite Nor bftrk Imaco i at Itrewer A ( o wlmf
taking 11 last Her destination i uncertain
Ihe Hawaiian hmk lolftni ha dlrliArgel nil rf hrr
carvn, irwl sail to-day for Manili
fhe i lrw(n tniy W I nked for in a diy or two
with later tiw Ami mail from Sn r rancio
Hie menran Wrk Hevere and IfuermMMi Are at
Allen A kohinon wharf, dirharging ItimWr fr Allen
I he 1 ngantlne Comnelo, at the m linade hi com
pleletl her rnrgi,
lnil tht at 1 r
ileletl her rntgo. And Mil lo-Jny for San r ranrisco.
Ihe mericnnlirkeniine Kiisftr.ls at ihe fctot of lort
street her cargo i nearly all uul, Ami she will rohnbly
sad for the Sound on Mondiy or I uevliy next
I he hooner Jennie atker arm eil from I- anmng
Inland on Mood A) morning last. Mr Gregg ami
latmiy came up on her
Ihe American barkentine I A lalkinlurg
It l at
i, 10 sill V
iirewer u. wiiari, lomiing lor Mn I r tfirisco,
tl e litter iMtrt of net week
Hie American barkentine I I la is at the Futlinnle.
1 jwsite the Custom House, dischirgtng a general cargo
from Sin I ranctco
Ilie lint! Itro. hie hid the keel forn M earner for
Honolulu partie She will lu ifm feet long, ami I lo
the order of the owner cf the Haw man Mramcr Jame
Ihe Hawaiian bark Kiliknui arrivetl on Tuesday
last, 19 diy from San f rancisco, with n full freight ami
iaAenger list She i discharging At the old custom
h iiise wharf
Ihe American Utrkentine F ureki arrived from San
Iranciscoon Mondiy list, di)- wiage She hi
dked At the I plnnde, ofpoite the Custom House,
w here he I now discharging her c irgo.
Pie r M . City of .New Notk arrived from San
1 ranclsco list Sundi) f M , bringing 95 Kig mail rnit
ter for the Honolulu iHstrTice She nailed for Auck
hnd and S)dne) on Nlondiy, at 5 A M
Ilie mcncan vhooner Rosarlo, Swift, nailed from
Naniiiui lor 1011 t rancico, uct 97 iter ca-go con
sUted cf 950 hides, 6 bundle lts. 9,933 pf'i'id tiltow.
valued at i,4) ras.se neri
(tenet and II V Hutterfield
PaeriKrr, S It bioddird, H W
Hie Itntish Madnarrued on Mondi list from
Honakong. nnd lndockeil at P M S S wharf, where
she f ilisclnrging She hi aUtnt 193 passengers and
Iretweeri rjonnd 7m ton of freight fir thl Kjrt She
sail to morrow for ictorii, II C
Ihe whiline Kirk iv Head wn to salt from Kew
lledf -rd alout the arlh of Octoltrr, for A cruise in the
Pinfic She will go lo the Arctic next oeisjn. and will
r command eil b) Ci t Jcnk, former!) of the lark
I nc U S S liska loweretl her color lo Inlfmist
on Weilnesdi) list, ami fired minute guns, in respect
totheim mor) of Admiral Henumontlitel) deceised. On
lhurs1iy idic. sailed forwintlwnrd Hrt,tolie altsent
about 10 or 19 tliy. U M Iiggeit, I mi US
Minister Resident, win iiassenger on her
from Sin Trincisco, per I ureki, Oct 30 Mr J I
Judge and child, O II Kell), I Chamlrt-rUin
from tanning IMind, tr Jennie Walker Oct 30
W A (rn, wife, and j chil Iren, ( Itickneil and wife,
J lhcknell, h C Marchant
from San f ranctco, per I Hi, Nov I' J I ittle
f..l.i r.. l,.ll S ,i i t ..1.- t 1 II I)
us...!, H1.W iinuii ..in. in. rt uiiii, iii 1 ii iiiuwn,
I IU.uMmith Mr AC Peck, KoU Cirmin, Alfred
Ward, Andrew OhNen wife and daughter, Mis C Jol
ionj J foster, Qco ittiims I uka, and 3 Chinese.
from Kauai, ptr C R 1'ishop, Oct 97S M Whit
man, J It Smith, J II Thoma, S I a) lor and wife, (
Irvine, J I1 1) widen, ( j UiseK, I Ron, RW I'unis.
Mis If Purvi, Mr (larsland, Hoy 1 I Kinoa, M II
S10I, C MJutton, J I. Illnsdell. Mr Smith, and ti
from windward port. ier I ikehke, Oct 90 II R II
Princes I iliuokalini, Cov Domini, Cant Itelknap, R
M Digged, SO Wilder, Mr (. C Heckley and child,
S Keiluln Mi Kaniati, Mi S Sheldon, J Dickson,
I Kekoa, f Wllhelm, J R McKcnrie, J J Redmgton,
Mrntf Wilhehu, Mr J I Pit). Mr Shiw, Mi Shaw,
Mr Wall, J O Rothwell, Mr Kinne), I II Hi)lden,
wife nnd 4 rh Idren
for W uidwird rti, er I ikehke, Oct 31 Prince.
I ilmokihni (iov Outturn, Mr b Parker, Mr and Sirs
1 viooi, ir t w 1 verett, Mr J M Nipena,
Mr C II 1U0n, Mis Sheldon, Mr Onpp, A
de S Cina irro, f P Hasting, Rev J lhcknell, 1 Ke
koa, 1 P Adams, D Crowning burg and wife, Ij II
Mol. J I Itlnsdell, Mis Hoffman, S I Coleman, J
Sheldon, N Neal, J C Kirkwoud, I U oimg, W 1
Sheldim, W Redmgton, Rev A O f orle. A Nloore, h
kuster, D Center, t. V Pihiw, I. C Winston, (. I
Holmes, ( j lrakfO f reeth, and 75 deck
f or San frativiNCo, jier Caibaricn, Oct 31 N Mc
Kinnon. I McCIellan
for.Mauiand MoloLai, jcr Ihtia, Oct 30 Mrs C
ifMigiiij Mr n McuorriMun, ini 95 ileck
1 or Kauai, per C R Pishnp, Oct 30-1 I cdward,
uon Mini, i. c imnuin, t M tutnnn, rs A jtojal,
J 1 bonus, and 93 deck
for Kahului, per Kdauea Hou, Oct 10 K Perry, V.
O.iklej, II lorltrt. AlrsS Harmon, H A 1 uscomle,
C N Chajde, 11 J Ia)Ior, S I. ford, and 33 deck
1 rom 0.111 rranciNcu, r t-ityot riew Vork, Urt 99
-II Herder and daughter, Mr I J King and a child
ren, J N Wright and nephew, Mr M lowers and 3
cbllilreti. t'ln Itnw ti llr IJUl'.l.l, A M, C n
ilder, V P loler ami son, S Spencer, j Marshall and
wife, I r A 11 Dun ford, wife and daughters. Win Dun
ford, Cu t I II Marshall, wife and 3 daughter, Ceo f
llolmes, W'l Osliuru, Capt I. R Hovle. S W' Urun
dige, Mis I tdi L Moore, D Center, I H Divies,
w ife, 6 children and 3 servant, M i Lamb, M is I an
Mug and infitu, Mi Gulltxsoii, hiifltene Pcrrv, C
Chaplain, Ade Prcmlle, W O Wood. Mcaico Hill.
John Slatter), Mi M I Laurie, J P Mendo, John
lrij, 1, I PI ink. Sam I Wout.liii.in, Jacob Sterner, I,
llrewer and wife, I W Ihrnard, Johir) Harrows, John
Itrant, A C de la Mix, wife and 3 children, P A de la
Nil. J t Checkering, II II Killing, and 13 Chinese.
from Port low nsend e Huena Visla. On. .II
Hackfeld tC Co 4ki3S3 ft rough pine, 65881 ft dressed
pine, 75,(aaj mngie.
from Port luwnscnd, ex lk Rcere, Oct.
Allen A. Robinson, 447,851 ft rou Ji NW lumber,
134 ft lA,(i NW huiiUr. 50.(o lath.
I rum fanning U(and, ex Jennie Walker, Oct .
J S Walker, 1000, 1 v copra, oumi cocoa nut, t cd co-
um miu wtMi, 100 v uK.ua nui on, 12 pkg arrow root,
1 iB wnik nn icwii, 1 CMtoeis ana iickae. 1
Coral plant, 1 tkg thcllt.
Cat t. Lncliih
6 pkg hat
ami mats; j HKkncii,
model canoe. r nut nn.t hii
1 tin dried banaiu. Win (treig, 10 pkg e fleet ii Oeo
Hikiiell. 4 pkgetfcct: 1 C Marchant ( a pkg effect.
rrum iiiHikong lur Victoria, ll l, tr Untueamer
Madra, Nov. 1- i;i passengers in transitu, and n.mu
pitg V.1111UI muei rir nonouuu, jiackagct each broom
5, uakcu 34, wuouenware 134, lamp 9, liardwaie 38c,
wine 1,92a, grocencg 4,170, cluni ware too, tea 980,
cigar 16, cake 49, matting 157, fire crackers So, ham
uiiuwarc 104. nui on 910. nut 90, paper ware 8i,
nieeuine 15, Jtoc 47, clothing 50, dr good 138, lo
batua 3, hair 9, cartliern ware 11. chair St.
from San f ram. two, ex Kalakaua, (Xi . Hoi lit
;s - 7 img wHii water uoitic; iknie Uo, iu
oaic iu), lauH k Hour, 35 -k wheat, i5lal meal,
M J Rose, loUlUwhecU; J II llrun. tgpkgfuini
lure, f A Schaefer & Co. 346 lg barley. c) ks
Hour, ijlidltlron, 83 kg prouiun and gruvene,
314 fck Uule), u9ksoat, 100 bbi lime, 100 Ml
khincle. 44 ikJtmeal. 109 Kile hav. w bk branl (
Munclcs, 44 ki meal, 109 talcs hay, 300 bu
Lngling A. Ca 180 j kg Moe material and Ii
(. I Ula. IQwOiX brick: M S (irinliaum. ton
I k rosier, 171 crate bare, 6 gritcM 70 jk. redwood, 4
I kg buggy; II J Acncw, t7iUlelus:C0 Heruer. 8
wife; M Icli.rni, 1 c hut, M Phillip St Co, 3c
..vw, .. . iui 5iKiui'iure, 7 ifcg eiicctt, 3
pkg bugtf). I kg li.juor, 93 Uigsiut, 90 bales lu, 3 c
canned gotHlt, 1 l nuiioti, 1 horke, II Ma) .1 Co, 139
igg canned Loud, Dillingham A Co. 6 kgfurnitnre,
lr Mcilccw, 1 b!4 rranUrnet; J Dodd, lohorwe; I
la Nux, 1 trunk.
From San f ranritco, tt C!ti of Nw Vk. n.
J 1 Silver, c picture frame, KOliall Si Son, gpkg
agricultural Implement, aj j kg hanlware, 6ikgs var
nidi, a ls rubber good, 11 c aortel mdse; A A Mon
tano, 4 c Plilurc frame. Hart tlroft..a8i kiz eiu.pn
Interior Dept 1 c plate claw, W 1', f oMrr, ao ikg Iron
Iwaie M J KoketTpkg carriage maicrlaU,
: A Co, 33 1 kg tobacco, 1 c pcifumery; J
1 tl Co. a ca photo, good, (j W MacfarUne X
Co. I bbi gtaware, t Iu picture. 1 bx picture Cord, ic
cvttton, A SCteuhornACa 4 c boot and shoes, llu
iwJulu Iron Works. 6c hardware. Hi man Pro. 91 ex
dr) goods, J N Wright, a bxsoMer. t coop thicken,
6 1 legs tegciable. II Hackfeld A, Co. ll pkg dr
r.--u. s iii j HiU(iiivUK II il ury gOtXJS,
oghe, Speari Co, 1 bijewth), 1 parcel, Hon. C K
Hidioix 9 c sou 1 1 hug apiaraius, 1 paKtl sani le. a
pkg U S. coin. Sundry pkg 10 ariou addresses; 1
It DavicsACu, 6pkg drygoods, Hail) & Cu 7c
") Si( vmic at cuufl, J (. UUIlcr, B JUtgCJUCk
ing. 10 pkg hardware, 4 I S nails 4 lK klassware,
apkesdeiUal gu-Js l (kg brushes, 1 pkg pain umi, 1
iMiicry, isg uryguxis, 7 iikgs wouu noses l 1 kg
H 1 pkg emery cloth, 1 kg fam.ets, 111 pkg goud
from San francisco, per bVtoe Ula, Nov a C
Rrrwvr & Co, 646 bags bone meal, 56 cs bread. 1 pkgs
U.Iil.I...i1I r .,.1.11- .L. I. ..!.. . ' .
5 hi. cum, tbltolitat, ico hi oal, 1 11
kallur.lliIUnjhiuii & Lo. 1 W.UlcJ arc, jbtJ.
Uoouu, , bale. Iukc, J l( irvKlcr) , I c uap noiw,
'IB ifiaw.Kt, ipl tmuimngt, 1; ca rumlouc,
j n ruUy tuin, 1 Ull handl., , iluvi.n, 1 ci
ulr. SIS kl tuiw meal . laxlU & Cuulr. i i.l
mcai , V..MI. K e.ookr, 6 Lilgm Ira.
Ulunj, 6i.Jr) cJi.Sli iUln Jt IV tio lAct
aul cmetiKV haivl.ar., trulcf), LuU. Jt .K,V
Jalnl wait, dr) soo.lt ur ud tlolhuii , J ! W alkcr.
uo ill timK meal, lobU.lmir, icu.li bailey. II. uw-
m .9 LUWUk
IjikL, ad lit K.tnj lunhin. .ikl gun fi.tuieat
M)uunllru6oilr)too.ls 6 c luot inj J ,
boiv, i b lullo.a, cacollara, l c ail. gteaM, t
lurd.aie. ism-.li J M Oal Jr, . Co. lleM rol
irau-, Mrs .-vhraoer, lg iuj. eaih , J N tt rubl, j
tuaea.J O liillcr, a (lit J On veuell tM, lioj iW
uoovl jioaa, tu ton.'kinj, . Kale boat , J 1 Mounian,
l so akt bran, will grain, JO all Hour, a J trueenea,
Orjcr, 7,iui hant Unit, .74 .la Uule, 70 bale, hay,
Ji l (. J W wkUliiiga, 10 isa aaajler),
tv.s, bulla, hotaea, I uallwn, 31 puuc.
rroiu ban tramiMU. .a bktn. Fureka, Oia. . II
Mcluena), I n cloihuig. 4c aubUr gouja; FA
tKluif.r a Co. tiAgt aaiUlnr. 11 ia.(si4oa; MJ
Ho, vvlga Canute uuleiul; Maiiailaue 4 Co. luoca
gia; II lU.lUkli; Co. . plia dry gJ. il tlga
toagOJi, luaLaleahay, sobUaliiMa, 3acarlhcU,
pig caaungt, iso aka dour, )i aka groso4 bailey, 1 Lc
Itroenie 3 JJkUln, iv8.lv uikMlmm l .ll ! oil
kn-l. ulolnrur llnuy May (v Co, J4 ill.
tra.hllulfyi.ljirito t pi., 'uxygoJil.j t M
thefToi icr 4 Vti pnugs 4 1M iron work. 9 ht chair,
j I 4 ir ftiul ru1 Wr thnihaft t Var moulding, t bx
wall paper, t b ihandeher, 6pkg furniture, lypkg
rpe S(3ki l-one meal, 4 A piece reil wood, Aw
eirce A I o. lo taXr, 3 bdh man hoop, tobdl oakum,
9 bx candles, 1 hx lamp black, 1 cV whale otlf 9 bx
ail, wilder 1.0. t pkg door Anti window, 400,
mhingtet Allen & Kobmon, 8j pkg door, win
dow, and ttU
a, lowers Cooke, 90 pke door, win
ih, lowers -ooke, 9ophR door, win
etc. r hardware. A HerWrt. tc chair
Hart Hro., 6 bx onton. w k potatoe. vc
cracker, 49 rkg Rrorerie. C I Wolfe, 300 rkV at
rroeetie ami feed, Dillingham A Co. 41 pkg powder,
S J levyACo 19 pkg groreriM, l(orKlulu Iron
Work, pkg hardware, K O Hall A Son, 15 rkg
hardware, if bate hay, tnt bran, 3 koali,.Itoanl
of Munition, 3cUiok,)l May Co, t6j pkgi ast
grorne, J I at er house, to pkg aI grnrene, 53
bale hay, noW k dour, 1 Wle broom, 136 ik bran.
1 tkadry goorl, Ino Nott, 6pkg hollow ware and
hanlwafe, Sam Noll, 97 pkg hollow ware and hard
wire, C II Judd, 83 k bran, 41 bale hay, R I ish
man. 9okwheit, 96tkg tiowiler and fue, llieo. H
uavie, ynties 90 lie K K spike, 30 bbi cement,
llerser. 144 If
Castle A Cooke. 1 c photo cooil. CO
llerger, 14 tank na4ha an.1 gasoline, Chinese firm,
ti 19 tkgs At mdse
Per Am 1 k Cadanen, hence for San rranciico, Oct
yitAR uKar( S97o9o lb; 99 Ibl mofaet
819 gals, 4,378 bag rice, 437,8. IW, 90 pkg house
Wild goiwl, $too Value domestic proluce $ 50,63a I J
IlRVPRirL t lihuc, Kauai, Oct i)lh, lathe wife
cl r 11 leteniitfliuuKiiter
!nvr In ihU city. Oct 30th, lo ihe wife of V J
1)1 immt T)LNCAN In Honolulu, Nor ami, by Ker
A Mackintosh. T
A Dudoit antl I mma A Duncan,
of ban francisco-.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. tM.
7Vi? A'X.VKAS k'Et'f.r.
Hie following Ihe upl) aililrescil by Ilic
MinUlcr of i'orcign A IT-iim tn the committee of
tliirtcin aniinteil to come) to the King the
resolution mloptcil by the mw inciting htlil
nt Knutiahto church I
OlHCl fIFTIIF I'ORHtlS DFI'ARTMFST,
llosoi 01 1), October 28, 1S82.
To the on, O. II', 'iifo, on. J. Ktau, Mr.
IC A'. CastU and others.
Of NT! t mf.n: In accordance with the com
mand of His Majcstj the King, a cop) of some
risoliiliiim uhich hlamc the King's ministers,
resolutions which arc said to line been pissed
by certain persons ipnlified to otc, at the Ka-nih-io
church, on the evening of the 23d of
In rtpl)ing for in) colleagues and for m)self
I haw the honor tosaj that we high!) esteem
and admire watchfulness on the pirt of the
King's subjects otr Roscrnmcnt affiirs, tint
the) should be in a state of watchful prepara
tion to resist all mat idministration of public
a (furs. It is the pirt of igildncc to aid in
cstiblishing Ihe administntion of gotrnincnt
on a sound basis.
Hut it is necessary lint this criticism on the
administration of gosLrnment afTiirs should be
til.cn up ith the greatest caution. This
should not be done without good reason, lest it
cause cninitj and strife ; as in the present case,
it is not at all right to lay to the charge of the
goernmcnt ministry the results of whit was
done b) the LeglslHure. In the resolutions
)ou hac passed the King's ministry arc blamed
for certiin of the Crown Lands ln ing lceu
gisen awaj lo another ; and for Iming nude a
clnnge in the power to appoint the district
judges. While it is true the King's ministers
did take pirt, as mcmlicrs of the legislature, in
this legislation, the fmlt must l laid to the
charge of the lite legislature; and besides two
mciiiliers of our committee were Ihemsehes
members of that legislature.
One member of )our committee who has
signed these resolutions, was formerly theattor
ne) general, and he Ins disisowed one of the
complaints taken up in jour memorial, viz:
the parting with a certain portion of the crown
lands. It was his knowledge of the hw and
of the merits of the case tint led him to give
up this point; and it is a matter for surprise
that this gentleman, whose mime is signed to
the niemornl, should not hue perceived the
worthlcssness of all the other changes and tint
he should not have utterly refused to sign his
name to this petition against the milliners,
seeing that he knew the law and was formerly
himself a member of the legislature.
To the aliovc are added many other objec
tions against the ministers, but they'all lielong
cntirel) to the legislature. Your resolutions
also allege thu the ministers have been com
pelled to put in office their favorites and rela-
tion. 1 his allegation comes, Wiring upon its
face the tv idenceof the spitefulnes.of its author,
the chairman of jour committee, the Hon. G.
V. 1'ihpo, who was the instigator and chief
agent in getting up this .meeting, which U
claimed to hive been composed of persons
qualified, to vote a meeting for the purpose of
asking a change in the administration of gov
ernment. Queer that this nun (I'llijio) should
sayanjthing about putting fivorites in office,
seeing that he himself his eagerly accepted from
the present cabinet a government billet, That of
tax assessor for the district of North Kohala.
Gentlemen, jou have not pointed out any
thing done by the King's ministers themselves;
the matters jou bring updo not show any cause
for finding fault with the ministers. These
matters pertain to questions of public policj,
and it seems as if they should rightly lie dis
cussed before a future legislature, but at present
the attempt to force this matter upon the King's
attention Is cntirelj out of place.
V. M. Ginsov, Premier.
A SZOA'T-Cl' 70 PA'OSl'EAVrY.
If the Pan inn scheme of M. I)e Isseps
results in nothing more serious thin the loss of
a few millions of dollars and the sacrifice of a
reasonable numlier of lives in the malarial
swamps; if the ship railway of Mr. 1 jds is
laid onlj in Ihe imagination, there still remains
the hope that the "Maritime Canal Companj
of Nicarauga" will help u to an ultimale!short-
cut lo projpcritj-.
I nter-oceanic communication must ev cntually
lie established by one of the three medium
aliovc mentioned. Each is practicable. We
do not care to discuss the comparative advan
tages or disadvantages of the several projected
schemes! in any case the commerce of this
kingdom will lie greatly benefitted, as the
mercantile marine receives a new impetus in
Ihe two oceans.
With the seavojageshortindhj some thous
ands of unlet, the merchant service now lieing
driven ashore by Ihe superior advantages of
ste-am vessels will once more spread its sails
and chcaer fi eights will lie the order of the
Oiulcr the pressure of this opposition the
iron grasp of the railway monopolists will relax
and we trust lliat its day of imjiosiiiuns will
have ended. It is believed that the question
q an inter-oceanic canal covers the whole
mestioii of commercial prosperity ru that
through that question it also covers the ques
tion of political influence. Captain W, U
Merrj, in addressing the Jan Francisco Hoard
of Trade, aajt "Without a canal we shall
go oii from day lo daj, and from jear to )ear,
producing, but without a market ; licking pop
ulation, while we desire it; wanting political
tniiuence lut having it not. The canal is,
therefore, the key of the inteition." Thus it
concerns the Pacific coast, and thus, in like
proportion, It concerns the Hawaiian KincJonu
American interests are our interests for ssc
have become almost bene W her We and flesh
of her flesh. In the case of the Nicaragua
Canal and the plausibility of the plan as now
laid before the United States government,
Captain M erry say, t I can demonstrate to
you that the canal will tarn from nine to tea
per cent, from tlic thy it 1 oen(Ml lo commerce.
The guarantee placet Ihe United htatei Ixluml
that notk, o that the nation of (he earth are
given to understand that our Oomnment will
keep It open to the commerce of the United
Stain, and will protect it and it will teopen
to the free inc of the United States (;ocrn
rncnt for two centuries" If these Mandt
should, during the next two centuries, come
under the protection of the United Stitcs, the
adanttr;csof the canal would 1 Mill more
evident to tn. Captain Eadn concludes with
this cheering assertion t " t htsc rcceiieil as
surances from Washington to this effect, tint
If our representatives will place themsches In
accord upon this hill, nnd go licfore congress
In one Uxl), as the) did upon the Chinese Hill,
the bill must pass and will pass."
ll'OA'A'A'GS OF TK LIQUOR .AW.
We hue before shown tint, in rcgird to the
passage of the rccentlj cnictcd liquor livv, the
present Ministry were alone rcsiomib!cj nor
do wc know tint any attempt Ins liecn made
on their bchitf to deny the fact. In rcgird to
the vvoikmg of that law it is piqnhlc to an)
Unprejudiced mm of ordlniry oliscrvancc,
tint the effects of the liw Inve liecn baneful.
What the promises of the government wcrp in
regard to an iniiartlal and strict enforcement
of the law, if passed, is also well known. And
now wc have a right to look to the government
for a fulfillment of the promises then niidc. A
grave responsibilitj rests with the government
in this matter; and it would Khoovc the ex
ecutive to give it their earnest consideration
and an amount of honest wotk lint has so fir
'Wen left undone. That the hw, if properly
enlorceo, mighl lie mule a meant ol helping
along Ihe cause of morality and good govern
ment, is a theory cntcrtiincd bj tinny ; but no
sane mm can expect that the best law, unen
forced, will be productive of an) good results.
So fir, arrests for drunkenness have not been
commensurate with its great increase since the
removal of the tabu; and the application of
the law to the venders of spirits in the form of
pcnall) for infraction of its provisions, seems
to lnvc lieen entirely unthought of. And
jobliers arc liable to a penilty for allowing
liquor to be drank on their premises; but in
some places this is still done, and no secret
seems lo be made of the milter. Ketiilers
arc Ihblc to a penilty for illowing drunken or
disordcrl) persons to remain on th-i premises;
or for furnishing liquor to persons who arc al
ready intoxicated ; but no prosecutions for the
violation of cither of these provisions have jet
transpired, although r have licen ocnly vio
lated, The executive seem to be the only
ones who are ignorant of these facts; and if is
natural to infer when their attention has liecn
called to them without any effect, their igno
rance is designed. It has liecn suggestcel that
the (Kilicc records, which have been ap
pealed to bj the advocates of free liquor, have
been purxsely suited so as to afford an argu
ment in lavor ol tnc soundness ol Hie views
which led to the construction of the law. If
drunken and disordcrl) persons are not arrested
b) the police, it is very certain there will be
no record against them in the olicc court ; but
there is & st eel recor.1 v.hch ever) one can keep,
and that will govern the sentiment of the com
munity more thin any record, however autho
ritative it ma) he made to appear, that does
not accord therewith.
It isonl) a weak government that dare not
enforce a law; and the way that enforcement
in this particular case has licen neglected,
would indicate a degree of puerility scarcely
consistant with the theory of a protracted ex
istcqec of the present administration. There
is actual danger in prospect from the way in
which violation of this hw, and the statutes
against drunkenness, anil street brawling, are
allowed by the olicc to go on undisturbed;
and the result miy jet be (unless a reformation
is effected) serious riqts and perhaps blood
shed. Inoffensiv e persons travelling the pub
lic lughwajs naturally look for protection to
the Government under the law, and when Gov
eminent becomes powerless or disinclined to
afford such necessary protection, the natural
law of self-defejice is quite likely to be resorted
to. Mob law is a natural outgrowth of im
liecilc government, and when a populace have.
become accustomed to such conditions as lead
to it, a wrong to an individual may very readily
lead to wider spread disturbance. It mar ap
pear in the c)cs of narrow minded officials
but a small matter to allow the hoodlum cle
ment occasionally to set law and order at de
fiance; but they should remember that in sow
ing the wind we may also reap the whirhuinj.
The fact should not lie ignored that the
imputation of these Islands is composed
inainl) of a few different nationalities which
are largely represented, and who naturatll)
among themselves arc respectively liound to
gether by strong race affinities, and that un
punished injury to individuals of either, may
lie looked upon as common injury and resented
as such, and it is only a knowledge that im
partiality in dispensing the law will lie adhered
toby Ihe executive, that can perpetuate har
mony among then in their relations with
Wc say that harmony will be endangered
unless there lie reformation in the conduct of
the Kilicc force, especially in Honolulu and it
vicinity. Illustrative of the inefficiency of our
police such incidents as the following (which
are fair representations of occurrences which
are common,) may lie mentioned t A, white
man (nationality unknown) while walking
peaceably home at night on lleretania street,
was assailed by a mob of half drunken natives
with a volley of the most abusive and insult
ing epithets and rcjiealedly challenged to
fight, lieing H.rsistently followed and in dan
ger of lieing hcalui. assistance was called for,
lorn; and loud, when two policemen appeared
ujxin the scene. The hoodlums, after a short
conversation with the iolicemen, were re
quested to go home anil leave the Ajot jalone.
On another occasion a harmless Chinaman
walking the sidewalk on Nuuanu street was
struck v iolently in the breist by a joung nativ e
hoodlum and knocked into the street j a xlice
man standing by, .saw the whole affair, and
when asked why he did not interfere, simply
suuieil ami walkcil oil. Again a street light
occured lietween several native and half caste
express drivers, after twelve o'clock one'Satur-
day night, "Murder" was called for at least
ten minutes Kforc any policemen arrivetl, al
though the scene was not two bundled jards
from the station house ; when one did arriv e, the
only thing he did was to telk. the brawlers to
"stop fighting and go home," Ihe reason given
for not arresting, being that, "they had already
got punished enough."
Prior to the enactment of the liquor law
such occurences as have been referred to, were
rare; since then they have liecome common,
and ihe evils of the non enforcement of the
law are Incoming ev cry day more apparent,
1 he abuse of spirituous liquors always" brings
into activity, the worst trails of a person's char
acter. It is evident that natives as well as
others will use spirits to excess that street
rowdyism is on Ihe increase, as a consequence j
and that the enforcement of the law without
distinction as to position or color, is the only
DODGNG THE rOINT,
It has been a boast with Ihe Gibsooian
paiiets, ', C, A. ami EUU lUioJii, that the
meeting of the pcopl lately hold at the Ka-
walahao Chufch, for the puHe of consider
ing the pohtlcal situation, m future, and
the inott libaUai viHirr.ncari agiinil tlae
represented, and Ihe men who were prominent
in promoting the meeting have proceeded from ,
the office of the , C. A. Co.. represented by
Walter Murray Gilison, and conducted under
his direction and in support of Ihe iolicy of a
Cabinet of which he is Premier. Notwith
standing the utterances- of these papers, how
ever, Mr. Gibson, to whom the King referred
the committee of thirteen who presented the
resolutions pissed at the meeting, speaks in a
tone commendatory of the subject of the
meeting, and rccognlrei Ihe results as some
thing of serious import, ncitly admitting the
truth of the allegations upon which the) were
liascd. lie would, nevertheless, attempt to
extricate himself from the meshes of his own
net in which he is forever Incoming entangled,
by phcing the onus of the things comphlned
of, upon the I-cgisliture. Hut llicdilcmiin Into
which he his got himself, is liecoming more
and more absurd at every move he mikes. It
wis his greatest Iwast that his "sidcvvilks 1ml
licen sw cpt clcan"by "cles en hundrcit brooms,"
this being aliout the number of votes iiollcil
for him as a representative al the last election;
and tint his popularity as evinced by this ex
pressmn of Ihe majority of votes in Honolulu
had licen the chief means of his elevation to
place as Premier, as the King was extremely
regardful of the popular voice in his choice of
advisers. Upon his elevation to power, his
own praises -sverc immediatcl) sounded through
the columns of his own papers, and every
vote of the Legislature was there nssetted to
lnvc been subservient to Ihe views of the
Cabinet of which he was the assumed dictator.
It was distinct!) asserted by his own Kuglish
newspaper, the '. C, A., that "not a jingle
incisure of any importance passed the House
that diil not originate vvith the Ministry or tint
was not supported by them." Hut, In his an
swer to the resolutions of the miss meeting
presented to the King by the committee of
thirteen, he would fiin "go back" uon his
prcvious.lioist, b) attributing to ihe Legisla
ture the entire blame of the evils of which the
masses were complaining. He acknowledged,
through his rccognired organ, that the planters
represented a powerful and influential lxnly of
men against whose wishes the Government
would not run counter ; and by way of a sop
to secure the support which he had admitted
to lie so essential, reminded them that through
the very .active and influential character of the
Gibson Ministr), "a large appropriation for
immigration had been secured, which the
previous administration had ftiled to do. Hut
the sop was not swallowed, and the planter
protest against the Gibsoniin method of Gov
ernment stands on record. The few "sore head
iohticians " about which the '. C. A. has prat
tled so much now appears to be a verj numer
ous community, represented by a majority of
the population, lwth native and foreign; and
let His Majesty remember that it is every da)
increasing; that the blufl game of n Ministry
in whom but a few of the rough clement of
society have confidence, is well nigh expended.
The King rules over a people among whom
are largely represented, honesty, intelligence,
and wealth ; and these have combined to im
press upon him a neccssitj of a reformation in
the administration of the government of this
country. Anil let us trust that the expression
of a growing sentiment which nothing but a
reformation can appease, may ere long be suf
ficient to bring alwut the desired change.
TE KECPA'OCrV TREATY.
The report read by Mr. II. M. Whitnej
before the Planters' Lalior and Supply Com
pany on the Hawaiian Keciprocitj Treat),
which we gavcrin our last issue, is the moil
important account that has )ct been contrib
uted on that question. It is exhaustive, fair
in its arguments, .and J the product of much
lalior and research. Under the influence of
the treat) the population of these islands has
increised from 58,000 in 1S76 to aliout 75,000
in l8S2 ; the inqiorts from the United States
have increased from $1,671,402 in 1877, to
$3.249i352 in 18S1 ; and from all foreign
countries has increased from $1,525,234 in
1875 to $4,541,978 in 1S81 ; the amount of
sugar exported has increaseiKroni 25,575,965
pounds in 1877 1092,393,044, the) kid of
rice has grown from about 2,000,000 pounds
in 1875 to nearly 7,000,000 in ibSl ; nnd all
branches of ogriculture and trade have flour
ished in a corresponding degree.
The United States have also been great
gainers from the treat), not alone in the
increase of imports from that country as noted
above, but in securing the vast amount of raw
material from these islands for manufacture or
refinement by their own manufactories. A
large fleet of American vessels have been cm
plojeil in the carrjing trade between this
kingdom and San Francisco, and also n
spirited trade has been kept up with the
Atlantic States. American producers, manu
facturers merchants, shippers and insurance
companies have been largely benefited from
the rapid increase of trade. The interests
of American citiiens in the islands have also
kept pace with ihe general progress. It is
estimated that capital to the amount of aliout
$2,000,000 is now invested in sugar planta
tions here, of which fully two-thirds is con
trolled by Americans. The greater part of
the other local industries, cicept Ihe
growing of rice, is controlled by them also,
and thej, in this country and the United
States, receive the greatest benefit front it.
The loss of revenue to Ihe United States is
of little moment when compared with the
vantage ground that is gained by the treaty,
both commercially and politically. 1 here are
many other lessons that might be learned from
a careful study of this report, lly the mis
representations of jnany American newspapeis
wrong impressions regarding Ihe working of
the treaty have taken ixkscssIoii of a good
many who would otherwise be our friends. It
is only necessary to make the truth known,
and we know of no more truthful and impartial
rejiort on the benefits to be derived from the
treaty byWh contracting parties, and suit-
able for circulation abroad, than the one pre
pared by Mr. Whitney.
The San Francisco Hoard of Trade .has
shown an active interest in the proiuscd reci
procity treaty with Mexico; indeed, resolutions
advocating the ixilicy have been unanimously
adopted by the lioard. All that can lie brought
forward in favor of a treaty of reciprocity with
Mexico has liecn brought forward, all Ihe
points of width argue in Iwhalfof a continu
ance of iu treaty with this government, and in
some respects we have the advantage of
Mexico in the case.
If, o quote from the phonographic reiwit of
a recent meeting of the San Francisco Hoard of
Trade, reciprocity means, " primarily, the gift
to out manufacturers and producer of 10,000,-
000 more bujers for what they have to sell,
and the gift lo Mexico of 50,000,000 customers
for their sugar and other articles which her
climate and soil can yield," then reciprocity
with Hawaii means, on 4 more modest scale, an
exchange ol produce tn which the disproportion
of imports or exports is not to great. The
speaker before Ihe board aaierts that much U
ultimately to lie gained ly taking Ihe weaker
neighbor by the hand and assisting her along
the path to progress and development. A
gra( gain lias been the "opening up of new
areas of fertile soil," and, this has been one of
live most activ factors of the rapid increase of
wealth on the Pacific slope. Ttterc are areas
of fertile toll in Ibese islands now await lag. the
hour that shall deliver them into the hinds of
The speaker goes on to sari
" V.xe long we must look to manufactures lo
maintain our swift progress. Il Is liecausc
England is the world's workshopthitthe com
mercial and financial institutions of all nation
pa) tribute to her accumulated wealth. To In
crease our manufacture wc need new cus
We, In Hawaii, depend very largely upon
the American mnVet for the ncccsvaric of
life. II) a late arrival from hm I'rancisco wc
find the following list of Imports, n small one,
In lie sure, but it is lo its varlet) tint wc would
direct attention; Ihe bills of lading call for
bacon, liarle), liccf, powder, bread, canned
good", cheese, corn, dr) goods, flour, gasoline,
gin, Inms, liardwaie, ha), honey, lard, lime,
lumber, millstuffs, oats, paints, pork, shingles,
sugar, wheat, whisky, wines and miscellancou
goods. Such Invoice arc constantly arriving,
and the demand Increases in quantity, quality
and variety in proortion lo the increase of
population and wealth.
There are other markets liesidc ojr own
where the export considerablj exceed the im
potts. Witness the following facts recently
laid before the San I'rancisco Hoard of Trade!
" Cubv takes less than a itnicn millions from
us in exchange for the $6o,ooo,ocx) of sugar
ami tobacco she sells us ever) )car. Hraril
tin) only aliout $S,ooo,ooo of all our varied
product In return for the $50,000,000 of cof
fee which wc purchase from her. A large
share of the $42,000,000 annual liahncc we
have to send to Iindon to ) to Hraril over
the counter of her Innkcrs there. The United
States In been too busy with questions Ihal
arc evanescent lo give proper study to the wise
regulations of our foreign commerce."
Mr, Dempster, in the address from which
wc lnvc quoted, fears tint the nilway con
nection with Mexico mi), in the course of
lime, involve the two nations in complications
which arc by no means dcsireable, but he adds!
" Can't wc afford to lake some risks for the
prospect of securing almost incalculablelicncfits,
social as well as commercial, lo our ncighlxns
as well as to ourselves?"
The United States tike no risks whatever
in a continuance of the Hawaiian Reciprocity
Treatj; on the contrarj, it is the one bond
which binds the great nation vvith the little in
the deepest sjmpith). It wilt hasten, and as
sure,' Ihe prosperous future of this kingdom
and in the brilliant prosperity of that future
the treaty makes u one.
TXGS ll'SE AND OTEKWSE.
The present ministry were strong in llieir
disavowals of allowing any transfers, and jet
work at the Palace continues, while it i an
open secret that it appropriations have licen
used up some lime since. Repairs of govern
ment buildings, wc opine, has no connection.
Contrast the action of Kamehameha HI and
LKahkaua as shown in our "Reminiscence"
article on the first page this week. The first
named king, in 1855, prorogued the legislature
because tne htnamakctainanas persisted in vot
ing appropriations in excess of the revenue.
I'ancy King Kalakaua doing likewise!
His Ex. J, V.. Hush is said to be largely in
terested in the hack or" express business, and
His Majesty has ten contracted for, which arc
now in process of construction. Why this
dabbling in the legitimate business ol the work
ing classes? Are the people to be taxed to
support any enterprise that tends to interfere
with the honest laborer's daily bread?
Notwithstanding all that ha hcen said In
favor of a national Hawaiian currency, wc
fail to sec wherein it would be beneficial. The
coins arc to be of the same standard as those
of the United States, and ixsscss no advantage-
over the coins of that countrj. It is true that
King Kalakaua may be able to sec his
name or features stamped upon a few thousand
coins, which maybe flattering to his vanitj,
but no one else can gain an) tiling from it in
an j vvaj'.
There is as little use in arguing with a flea
as to argue any question on the jiohtical situa
tion with the Premier or his oagan, for the
question nt issue is invariably dodged cntirel),
and some person in connection vvith the matter
singled out for a target of abuse. The premier's
reply to the native memorial and the 7jt,
on the address before the Planters on the situ
ation, arc on a par in this respect.
1 he 'Tiser has lately given, under the head
ing of "Communicated," an oppositionist's
view of prohibition, which, instead of lieing a
careful argument of a vitally important sub
ject, flies off Ihe track and levels its abuse al
Mr. Crtuan in his discourse in May last on
" Moderation." The reverend gentleman, wc
see, promptly meets the man who thus under
takes to chaw him up. Hut we would like to
ask "oppositionist" if the prohibition meeting
at Masonic Hall he refers lo was not amass
meeting, what was it?
The a". C. A. not long since asserted that
"should the King dismiss his present cabinet,
the opixisition, as well, as the party now in
liowcr, would cease to have any confidence in
him." Pretly good for je shepherd, if this
be really so, then why attempt to reform the
poor, miserable drunkard? We all know how
his wretched companions in miser)' jeer and
scoff at him, and haw they deplore the lovs of
his company In the midnight brawl. If the
temperance people have no confidence in him
simply liecausc he dares step up and nut of his
misery and trie to become a man, surely
there would be but little hope for him, !juch,
happily, is not the case. The . C. A. is
fully aware of Ihe King's popularity socially,
and equally aware, if he would but lake the
trouble to surround himself with resjiectable
people, 'he would be welcomed in the best so
ciety, from which now he has withdrawn him
self. ANOTHER VIEW OF TE UQUOR
KlUTOK Pkkss: Il is not often we find men
exulting publicly in their own incapacity. In
a recent number of the ', C. A. the public arc
informed upon the authority of an old turnout,
iu, that during his twelve jears journejing to
Honolulu, this present Is the only trip in which
he found the natives he encountered on Ihe
way, quite solier. Perhaps this philosophic
observer will pursue his interesting research as
far as King street, and tell us that he has found
Ihe cause hat for drunkenets greatly diminished;
Judge llickcilon's occupation in that line
gone; that the next great reform should lie in
the direction of reiicaling the penalties against
stealing, ergo we shall l more honest. Hut as
sobritty Is hctc promoted by a more general
diatribution of whiskey, let ui by all means
has e more license J we tliall thus ensure moral
ity and ducats.
We are also told the liquor law has put a
slop to illicit distilling. If be said the Hawaii
an tariff stopieU it, by permitting the sale of
pure unadulterated over proof alcohol at two
dollars per gallon, he would give belter evi
dence tha,t he was not 'plugging' the innocent
editor of the ', C. A, with arrant nonsense,
and indicate at the same time lite drain through
which probably one-sixth of the revenue of
Hawaii in lost.
An Athenian sage advised not to multiply
laws, but to olicy and eftforcc existing one. Is
it not time that we ceased to nradeourinabil
it) or indifference lo administer one clause of
the act rewaled? What licttcr assurance have
the intelligent public -who pay heavily for the
upholding of hw and order that the present
improved but complex act, will not, In impor
tant puticulars, lie a dead letter? Will it still
lie lncivacity or Indifference? I). M. C,
A correspondent vvrile lo 11 as follow
I'.DITOR I'RFSSi I am well pleased with all
jour editorials on the Hihtlcal situation of the
country; nnd I hoic jou will keep the ball
rolling until the "sine man power," and an
"Irresponsible Ministr) " tint mean nothing
but disaster and ruin to the countro, shall
cease from the land.
OVAL. HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL
nns.n or mamAc.mknt 1
III. Majesty ihe King
Hon. II A VVMemann
Hon A S Cleghorn
lion A 1 J mtil
Hon I. Mttully
A V. Iln.fi
J S Webb
lit ILtAril of Manafiement In. tie all who are Interest
eit In plantal Ions ami tanning pirstntt , in IheraMng of
.lock; In Horticulture unit risclculiure, to liecome
members fcf thl Soclet ) .
btiWription $5 per annum ; I tfe MemtK-rvlitn $trai.
huliscrintlons m-lv be naiil to any memWr of the
lloaril, or to the Secretar), Mr. A Jaeger, from .hoin
cot les of Ihe rule, may lie ol lalneil
the rule, may lie ol la
Ity outer of the IbKirtl,
J. S vVKI1ll,.Vri.r.
Himnuil ir, Novemlier 1. B3
PLANTERS AND OTHERS
INTFRFSrH) IN SUOAR CUl.TUUr..
The timlersigneit, tnihlisher'a agent for the M SUC1 U
CANK MAClAINr.,"liieonl) put licallon devoted to
this imlu.tr, lieg. to nutif) Ihal Ihe list for t83t mv I tie.
lorw-inletl liy Hie lircemner sieimer nun, anu u is ile
ired tn have Intending
notified in time therefore, a. it lias been found difficult to
clnnge Ihe list duong the vear fur a )atl only, or to se
cure hack numbers.
Price $5 tier annum, postage free.
Stihsentiers desiring to discontinue, if nnv. Hill
I lease advise In lime.
TI10S. 0. TIIKUM, Agent,
UR1NO my absence from this Kingdom, Mr.
U JOSH'll O. CAR1KR will net for me under
a lull jiower of attorne)
, C JONrS. Jr.
eicioocr 30, 1 sua.
NOTICI1 During my absence from this kingdom
Mr. Gkokgk J, CAMisret will act for me under
full iower of attorney. W. IIH.RIIUR I PURVIS.
109 Kins' ttreet.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc., etc., etc.,
a large stock of which it constantly on IimhI. cmMing
me, on ffiort notice, to hnim collages arul
ajuilclingi of evrr ilescni'tion, In a
thorough and woiluuanhle
Jobbing of all kinds promptly done,
and at low price.
HAND AND SCROLL SAWING
At all t lines.
Machine -work of all kinds.
JACK SCRLWS AND ROLLERS KKIT ON
Willi com ctcnt workmen, the promp and fithful exe
cut 1011 of all orders entrusted to me, I huj e to
merit and receive a fur nhare of llie
Kememlierthe place, No, 109 King Ureet, opposite
-. k. iiimvp reiiueute.
A Fair In aid of
St LouU College
will be held on the ARMSTRONG PRKMISHS,
bu join ing me resilience 01 uta excellency
Gov. Dumintt. on the
jthof NOVKMHKR, 88j; alo, a GRAND LUAU,
on the following da).
Don -it loin will be thankfully received by the ladici
Madame Feer, Mm M, Wldemann.
Mrs. ba, Mr. J. A. Rodanet.
Mrs. IL Macfartatie,
Mr. G. Waller.
MUt Agn A)lett will receive for the Hawaiian table.
Admission 60 cents.
Ctuldcn half price. tij'ini
I10PP & Co , 74 KInr ttreet,
fterters ami Mnufartntert vf
Every description of .Furniture
To Till I.ADIE- Trim mint.
X. laueU, lilmpt, bilk
Cord-in every hade Vlirlor Sett rektuil
jili.r Harit rctJiillVil
co.ere.i, poiurieu auu inauc e.pui iu
new, Mattrcuct re nude and
cleaned al tvhuit
We are noted for firit-clan wotk sod moderate
DURING my alence from this Kingdom, Mr
rRANK M IIA1CII will collect the reuttdu.
from all property bclooEintu Mrs. Nannie R. lircucr,
and also make sales o( LaiiU from Kaneohe cttate.
V. U JON Kb, Jr.
o, 18 la.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION OK CO-lARV
ncrklillk.- Th cu-liar tner shin hcrrloiura etttklitiLf
tiriween the unJcfsIifited, under th firm name of "K0-
NA rKUIl' 1'RKSKRUNG CO,, I this day -in
.tolved by mutual content.
11m buslaess w ill be continued Ly Mr, J, D. ACK
KRMAN, 00 his own account
All open account with the lata firm iU Le settled Lo
Mr. Jl Acker man. Signed by
J D. ACKtRMAN.
Kona, lUway, Oct. ll, iBSj. iii-iui
XJ01ICK-HsvLi.r purthawdffomA. W HUSH,
Y all lite right, title and Interest In the Grocery
huuness on fort street, U it my ttitrnilon to carry on
the same under the firm of S, J. LhVV A Co., and I
hope, Ly fttiKt attention la business and. the want of
my cuttuiocn, to merit a share of ihe liberal patronage
Lestow4 upon my predecessor, Mr A. W, HUSH
hum S. J. LfcYf
T7NGINF.rORSAI.r- ONK NVAV ao-HOkSr;
1 I'oeer fcugine, in terucl order ror sale by
u iiKtwtk & Ca
EISOM SALTS, IN IIOXES OR SMALL
fMkaiea. tucaata by BolU. Jk Co. in
sAOO, IN TINS, U sal. Ly BoU.1 Co.
NfcWfcST STYLKS AUTISTIC TYHR AND
btatkxverv Um WUinn Huciali. lulu ..
(ramuta, tuicruiAuxnu, lc, tc, cuiuaiuly k'u
icsci.cd and linnluu t,Jni fur aaw. tJfuanuly M.
., , una m ima raprr, no. o
ONE FIRST-CLASS SET JEi'rRVS LAWN
Tetania It a al T. 0. 'IVnia'i fxt Si, btm.-
POR SAN FRVNUSCO.
The Hawaiian llstlt
KA LAKA U A,
Will have riufck I),ip,ilth for id. lve Pott Ker
freight or tusiee apply 1
114 I A SCIIAFUR a Co..Aftnts,
COR SS FRANCISCO,
The Ameti'oin ItjiWnllne
ill sail on or al.ut the l!lh int For Freight or
I'age pH to C. IIRhWI- R A Co..
pOR SAN 1RANC1SC0.
Ihe American lUtkenilne
Will have iiiiieV ilitiMtth for Ihe ntiovepoit. For
fitight or powje .pply lo C S1 1.K LOOK. I'
114 If Agents.
POR SAN FRANCISCO,
Ilie A 1 American nnginiiiw
"C OXS U E LO,"
I tow ABU, Matter.
U ill hate (Jultk ln:wieli fw the above Port Fi
Irfiatlt or itattuee atmlv lo W. G I RU IN A Co..
AOKNT run tlllt rnLUmlMl CCMSTM
WAII 1 I l
, k A I.UNA,
(.I.N SIKH 1,
I I.AC. -Kul nli Whim Hall
Office corner cf
Qurrtl anil Nmtami Mrret
-y.hANI(. SI I.MS1III- COMI'ANV.
me At lirlli.il Mfamer
Will leive San Irancucofor Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Ketnrnmg from HrmoliiKi on llie ajnil ilaj of each
month San 1 rancl wo ARf nla,
J I) sl-KrCKM.Sft I1K0S,
Honolulu Acrntl, 31; Maiict St.,
M C. IRWIN & Co o
nii: 111: in xi xi to, '
Hiving undrrcoiw cuteiiMte trKiirs, with RocmI In
en tor). ntiiTtarll found In S.11H, Rigging, etc, Ii
tiow ofjjred f t sale tor ParlictiTars In juire of
plaANll RS LINK rOR SN RANUSCO
lUU:iVi:H l CVn. Atrut,,
Merclnniinc received Stonge Wee.nd liberal cash
advances rmde on shipments liy this hue
Sleamer I ikehke witl hme Honolulu each luevlay
at 4 1 M . touching at Ijitninn, Maalaea lljy, Makeim,
Mahukona, kiwaihae, I-iunahoehoe nnd Ililo.
amikona, Kiwnihae, l.aururtoehoenn.1 ililo.
Returning will touch at all the atxjve ports, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday a.
When other lioots and other shoes
Hive not lecn weiring well,
And b) the language that jou use?
It's plain thereslcn a sell
With worn out sulci, buckles c fT
And buttons too
"lis a shiuie to see.
In such n scene all we ask
And Hnm or button fo,
"1 would lie a shame to see;
Ilien all I ask lltat on
.Mi) go and growl no more
Hut buy iour Uwlsand Shoes
At GV KlZb 114 ton Strict Store.
Next door lo Hackfeld & Co.N
Hotiolulu, II. 1 ,
Of ihe Hiw-iuin Islands. All kinds of Repairing and
Wheel making cxcciiled on the most scientific prin
ciples. Al this .establishment horses are
lii ttie Blacksmiths' department all work will he turned
out in the future, as In the past, by first class
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Ituggy
miking cu!uMvel. Orders for any kind of a
wheeled chicle received and proinjrtly executed
Our Usual Supply of requirements fur the Trade.
Orders from the other ULthU will receite our best at
tention. 105 jm
HONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porium. To niakeroiin for a NhW CONSKlNMtN I'of
on the way from l.lROI'r, Ihe (resent uock will U
sold rryitriMt C'uaf,
, SA. M MFLLIS, 104 Foil Street,
to Honolulu, 11. I,
TJONOIULU CLOrillNC. K.MIOKIUM.
No. 104 Furl Slrecl, IIunoivl", II. I
Millinery and Dressmaking
ConncxteiJ wllh th (.cinia.
05 if A. M...MKLI.IS, l-roprletor.
XTOIICI- All SlL must L. removed frum th.
IN WAIKAl'U COMMONS Uan.l ,.t SI. ..I ,"
or tefor. November ia, ll3i. All tle.uucr founl
m aakl Uiiiiiiiona. after ihal date. Mill U dealt wllh ajul
iuiwuiidcd according Iu law. (.OKNWLLL ft Cu.
FOR SALK. A H.W DbSIRAIILF. lOUNfS
of New Joh '1 . A'ly al iI.I.cIIk-..
P J. HICOINS
Intllea aiientloii lalila
rniE stock or oarriaqes,
ExtcauloB Top Cut-uauUr,
(K. r. iMigt H Ux, Amcabury, Mais.)
Eurvkas Two-wSm14 Oavvi,
Coacortt Opaa Wfa,
l"Lc carruKt .1. U .acclleul worluauahiu, lU pro
duction of firulaa manufactortea, ai. aural.
live, auu IM Uleil Uealgus iwr
the laowaax nucss,
H alw keeps a good su Jy tA desiabti sccund hand
carrues, which lis MX sU at low prtevs.
SING1K AND DOUULK HAKNKSS-aJI klJs,
Itiralrlag and palutlAtf dut al short riotWa.
ENULISH flCKI IS. ASSOKTKM. QUAKW.
rorulaLyKdtMllCe. lafc '