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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER a, iM..
Double-column advertisements, cuts And larfre
types will not be Admitted Into our columns t
neither will Advertisements be Admitted Into "read
ing" columns, At Any price These rules wilt be
rigidly Adhered to.
The wharf where the I.ilttUt lertri is tin
itcrfjoinR rf pairs.
Packets from the coast Jimc )ccn making
very poo! tri lately.
The city uns visited liy a hcasy thunder
shower last Sunday.
We call the attention of readers to the sup
plement Issued to-iliy.
The collection of taxc. will lie commenced
on Monday next, the 6th inst.
The November numlicr of the I'lttuJ Is out
and contains several articles of interest.
Dr. Weill) returned to Honolulu liy the Cily
of New Yok and will again locate here.
The proceeds of the ice cream social at Tort
Street Church, last week, amounted lo $270.
Mr. Cruran will preach at Tort Street
church Sunday at the usual hours. llicning
subject 1 "Amusement."
On Wdlncvlay, the 1st imt., Mr. J. S.
'alker entered upon (he discharge cf liisdulies
A pleasant and successful social was gicn
on Thursday evening at the Itctliel church, and
was la.gely attended.
Work on the building being put tip for the
Honolulu Athletic Association continues and
will soon be completed.
A commercial letter from the former San
Francisco corresH)ndent of the I'mss.J, I. T.,
will appear next week.
Thursday, the luth inst., will be the King's
birthday, for the celebration of which prepara
tions arc hiing made.
The U. S. S. Alaska sailed lo windward on
Thursday, to isit .Maui and Hawaii. U.S.
Minister Daggett accompanied her.
Much taste is shown in the arrangement of
goods for display in seser.il of the stores on
l'ort street. Sescral ate epiite attractisc.
The noted Australian cricket team, return
ing home from l'ngland and the States, passed
through by the City of Nf,u Yotk last Sunday.
Lithographed copies of a map of Oalnt pre
pared by the sursey department, have been
received. The maps are now lcing mounted
nnd will be tintctl at the survey office.
At noon, on Wednesday, the U. S. S. Aas
la fired thirteen minute guns in honor of the
memory of Kear-Ailmiral lleumont, recently
deceased. The flag'also was at half-mast.
It scorns that burglars are more successful in
operating .among the shipping than in town,
'I he Kitsap was the last vessel visited and the
thieves, we are informed, made quite a haul.
Adtep-sca sounding apparatus has been re
ceived for the use of the Hawaiian Hell Tele
phone Co., to be used in determining the
lepths of the chamuls betwicn the islands of
I-ast Monday evening the band gave a con
cert at the hotel, which was largely attended,
notwithstanding that it was not generally known
that it was to be given. The public appreciated
Mr. A. Mnntano has placed a new set of
photographs in his show window, among them
several large ones colored. There are aUo
some beautiful views from Kauai and elsewhere
n the islands,
The Ohio Stalt Journal, of which General
Comly was formerly editor, gives an account
)f the warm reception tendered the General on
bis return to his old home from these islands.
We have not space for the article in full.
The Iward of management of the Agricultur
al Society met last evening. A number of sub
committees w ere formed to prepare schedules
of exhibits and prizes for the Society's show,
nnd to select standing committees. Sec ad
vertisement. The wrecked lurk A'Ayum, aground at the
mouth of the passage into the harlior, is on her
beam ends, ling on her xrt side. The wheat
has all washed out of her, and she rolls con
siderably, and may break up partially by the
action of the waves.
The old shells at the fish ntarkct are lining
replaced by new ones and new planking being
put tlow" that portion extending over the
vv.itcr, 'I, tew sheds are also larger than the
old ones, and the place will be much improved
av hen the work now under way is completed.
The Herctania Street Railroad is so far com
pleted as to place the cats on its track, the
first train of which ran out with workmen on
the morning of the 3d inst. This project may
lie n great, convenience to the government, but
it Is a nuisance to the pi'blic, and a standing
menace to timid horses nnd drivers.
On Saturday aflcrnaon last the aSth ult., a
match game of lusc Kill was plavcd on the
pUiui between the Honolulu bojs and a nine
from (he Alalia, Three of the Alaska lioys
were quite severely injured during the game,
l'ive liming only were plavcd, the icore then
(.landing Honolulu Jl 1 Alaska 5.
A drunken rider collided on the evening of
the 1st Inst., at Kauaijhao, with a horse
driven lu a cairiage. No damage done. The
tidcr was llnown, but evidently uninjured, for
" lie lustily remounted and continued his Gilpin
turc without so much as stopping to inquiic
what was the h.-sul of his recklessness.
Prof. Herger returned from his vacation in
San Francisco by the City iAVh" York last
Sunday, and oil of our citiient welcome him
back (o 1 lonolulu. Mr. Stephen Spencer, an
old kanuainn, returns from a long absence In
lCnglandj alu front Kngland, Mr. Tlico, 11,
Oavies, 11. H. M. Consul to Honolulu.
List Sunday afternoon the P. M. S. S. Cily
of New Yoik, when coming (mo the luibor
under charge of CapMlifShcnhvul, as pilot ran
into the mud flat in the shallow water on the
Waikikl aide of the steamer whaif, Slis wa
ao.ni lucked olT, uninjured, and with consider
able difficulty was swung round to her position
at the dock.
The body of ltishop Maigret was covejed
on Thursday evening, to the catholic church,
the priests and others officiating being accom
panied by a torch-light procession. A high
mass uid )cteiday at 9 o'clock A, N.
The place piepatcJ for the reception of the
body is under the altar.
The following I. the' programme fuf the
I land concert at I mma Square a'. 4 Jo r M
March "Suite" lrhner
Overture ." St rafale for Fortune (nw Sum
finale .. , "(Jwr)Mirnta"(ne) tAfUlli
Song and Charm " Harris B Kowml"(ne) Amateur
(it, "Swedish WreMhtg M Arch "(new) siMTrKwi
fi, ... "Utile HltrrT" (iwt) IlilenhMi
Walt . "for rhee" Walleufel
A little guide book to the llawalhn Islands,
published by J. Williams Co., ami printed
at the Satitrhav I'rwa) office, has been is
sued for general distribution over the world,
liicli one will contain a small photograph ami
ami the tidal numlicr printed will be 50,000;
an enterprising method of advertising the is
The best way to stop cannibalism on these
islands is to chirge $10 a mouthful so saith
the judge. Yesterday a colored man named
Davis was fined thealmvc amount for biting
off a thumb which once ljclongcd to "Poker
Dm" fa liaole). Ilolh ol these gents arc liquor
dealers on Smith street, and a row over some
customers resulted in Dan coming out minus
On Wednesday last the Ilritish steamer
Madras arrived at Honolulu frcnt Hongkong
tn toittt to Victoria, II, C. She put into this
xirt to discharge a large Krtion of her fnight
consigned to Chinese firms. She has also on
IkkinI 150 Chinese laborers. It is said that
several of them have landed here although their
passage was paid to Victoria,
The Kojal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
met at the Hawaiian Hotel last I'riday eve
ning, Mr. Widemann temporary president, in
the chair. The rules tir by-laws were adopted
with a' few amendments and additions, and
the following permanent officers elected: vice
president, II. A. Widetnan; treasurer, A.
Jeagcr; secretary, J. S. Wtbbj committee, A.
V. Judd, I.. McCnlly, A. S. Cleghorn, Dr.
McKibbin, A.W. Hush, Dr. Trousseau.
Among the passengers who arrived by the
Cily of A'tiv 1W was Mexico Hill, n frontiers
man from the liorders of Mexico and the United
States. He dresses in thecostume well-known
in the western territories, is a muscular, well
developed man, has travelled considcrabl) ,
had varied experiences and is very intelligent.
Some of the people in Honolulu are anxious to
know more alioul him, but if he wishes to re
mtin an enigma he has an undoubted right tn
A children's sewing society has been in
operation among the Uawaiiansfor three years
1 hey have been working for the benefit of the
Hawaiian missionaries in the Gilbert Islands.
They have made some fancy articles, quilts, etc.,
and friends have contributed Iwtli fancy and
useful articles. They will be on sale next
Saturday afternoon, Novemlcr nth, at the
North Pacific Missionary Institute, 56 Punch
lxjwl street. Ice cream and cake will ain be
sold, and the promoters and friends of this en
terprise will be glad to see a large assemblage,
and hope to find a ready sale for their refresh
ments and other articles.
Thcte was seircd at Ililo, October 26th, by
Officer II. llrown, twelve cases of various kinds
of liquor marked as belonging lo a Chinese
merchant of Ililo. The liquor was sent to the
ShcrilTs office .... Uev. Titus Coan is doing
splendidly. He cannot jet stand in the leg
that is paralysed, but he can lcnd it sometimes,
and it seems to be getting stronger; electricity
is being used. His general health is excellent,
he can talk distinctly, and with ease, and sits
up in a chair almost daily. . . .Sailed from Ililo,
October 27th, schooner Ida Schnaucr, Capt.
J. K. Silencer, for San Francisco, with freight
as follows: from Papaikou, 840 bags sugar, 38
barrels molasses ; from Waiakea, 2,000 bags
sugar, 40 barrels molasses ; from Costa Plan
tation, 150 bags sugar ; from Spencer's Plan
tation, 364 bags sugar, Co barrels sugar, and
300 hides. She also carried fiv e passengers ....
A Social for the Foreign Church, Ililo, was
given October 241I1, at the residence of Dr.
C. S. Kittredge. Tlicuntcrtainincnt consisted
of Music anil Reading. The opening selections
were rendered by Messrs. White, Austin and
Heckwith, who appeared as colored gentle
men. Mr. White sang some solos Imely with
guitar accompaniment. There were many
conundrums proioundcd which were intensely
amusing. They closed by singing the old
familiar song, "Old Folks at Home," in which
the audience joined. After that all repaired
to the large dining-room of the house, and en
joyed some choice refreshments. The second
part of the programme was of a biographical
sketch of Dr. Holland, composts! by Mrs.
Titus Coan, and read by Mrs. Kittredge j it
was a fine composition, kcautifully read. Rev.
W. II. Oleson read a selection from " Kath
rina," and Judge F. S. Lyman a selection from
Timothy Tilcomb's Letters. The next on the
programme. Tithing, was in large letters. The
son of Dr. Kittredge appeared dressed in the
old continental stvlc, and took up a collection
with his cocked hat. The entertainment
closed with a serenade. . . .Another instance of
the wisdom and legal knowledge of KohaU's
Police Magistrate is to be recorded. A man,
a native, was arrested for assault and beating
with a hoe, evidently with murderous Intent,
a weapon "obviously and imminently danger
ous to life," intlicting a terrible gash. The
Magistrate, contrary to law, assumed jurisdic
tion, and, finding the assailant guilty, inflicted
a fine of $30 with imprisonment for ten davs
instead of committing for trial at the next term
of the circuit court... .The coupling on the
main shaft of the Kohala mill broke last week,
and together with the shaft, was sent to Hono
lulu per I.nia for repairs, and was returned by
the I.iktlikt on the 24th. In the mean time,
the cane that had been cut was sent over by
the traction engines to le ground at the Star
Mill, ...Last Wednesday forenoon a native
attendant of one of the engines, with a notion
of showing off, it is said, sat-on a narrow ledge
in front of the engine, not being seen by the
(.'river, who therefore supitoscd he had remain
evl iK-hlnd, When nearly opiMsilc the. Aina
kea school houses, the jolting of the engine or
something threw him off, and the wheel passed
obliquely as it were, over his legs and lovur
juit of his body. He was taken Into one of
the school houses, where he vilest within three
quarters of an hour, and the lad's friends took
the remain,, away for burial that -was all.
There was m official Inquiry. Well, this hap
pened in a "remote" (?) district, and the de
ceased was only a kanaka. Hoth the Shcrifi
and Judge were absent from the district at the
time.... The frame of the Catholic church for
the Portuguese, is being erected just mauka of
the court house, at Kohala, lietwcen it and the
good road .Dr. Wight has opened a neat
and attractive little store just westward of the
one formerly occupied by Richardson, started
originally by Wood it Zablan Kohala
population has received a thinning out, in the
departure of Mr. ami Mrs. Johnson, Mr. ami
Mrs. Reed, Win, Paly and wife, Mao DulTee
and family, one of the Moss Ibothers, and
three teachers of the Female seminary, all
w ithln a few-w eckt An 1'nglish service !
said to have been instituted by Uev, Mr.
Waller, recently of Honolulu, in one of the
rooms of (he Kohala Club. With three Cath
olic, three Protestant and one Knglish "Re-
funned Catholic" churches, the dutiict of Ko-
luU turely ought not to mffcr for Mint of
rcliojoul jirMlege. NatKcs, Chinoe, I'oitu
fiiic-e, Americans, and Knglish are all supplied
The a ahem 1 new ministty, has not
ljccn telegraphed )et, but 'tis vaguely rumored
from your city that the wires arc beginning to
hum. Wc won't believe it )ct. The King's
(Gilrson's) reply to the Planters' committee
scivors of a situation secure at any rate until
AXOTItKR srECIMIi.V OF A I.AIiOK
Fditor Press! A voting man, Hcrnt Kvcn
sen by name, wished his cmplojcr to release
him for less than the amount due on the re
maining lime of his contract. This, of course,
his emplo)cr was not willing to tlo, nor did he
wish to spare any of his hands; but, with a
view to encourage him, promised to release
him in alwut eight months for the balance
then due, if he worked well. This would have
allowed him to leave fourteen months lieforc
the expiration of his contract. Hut the offer
did not satisfy him, and he was vxry urgent to
sec his commissioner and the cmplojer's
agents. A few das' absence was granted
him, and finally an arrangement was made lie
twcen his employer and the commissioner for
his immediate release, but he could not be
found. And on Sunday, the 22d, he undoubt
edly nude his escape as a stowaway on cither
the Sutt or ZclanJia, without pa)mcnt,
thereby robbing his employer and showing
hiinsetf'to lie dishonest. This same man had
on one occasion ilclilnratcly and stublmrnly
compelled hiscmplo)er to go lo the court in
defense of his rights; and when he lost his
case, being mulcted thereby In the sum of
alwut $lS, his kind-hearted cmplovcr, at the
suggestion of a klnd-hcartcd judge, remitted
the loss, retaining only the lawver's fee and
costs of court, or alwut $9. Heboid now his
This is but one sample, and a very mild one,
of the character and waj s of many of the Nor
wegian immigrants. There arc, of course, ex
ccptions, Many of them have no regard for
their contracts, nnd defy the laws and even
the courts of the kingdom, submitting thereto
only when they can no longer stand against
them; as witness the twenty-five now in Oahu
jail from Papaikou plantation, and other like
cases, concerning which any one wishing to
know the truth can easily find out by inquiry.
The truth may as well be known and acknowl
edged by those who arc wont to believe every
outrageous falsehood that some of these men
are callable of telling, and who have so much
to say almut their being " licaten like brutes."
If the superior education, intelligence and
social status of the cmplojcr is not a guaran
tee of honest and right treatment of- his lalior
ers, it is reasonably certain that his self-respect
and business interest 1. Not but that there
arc exceptions (chiefly, perhaps, at the hands
of lunas, and discountenanced by the planter,)
as there are in every industry in every part of
the world; but these exceptions arc rare, and
only prove the rule. The very nature of the
contract with the immigrant makes it the in
terest of his cmplovcr to jealously guard
against cv ery possible liability to a charge of
dishonesty or ill-treatment, for such a charge
proved against him, as it easily could be were
there any truth in it, would subject him to a
loss, not only of the laliorer, but of all that
had been paid to him in the shape of advance
or passage money. That the planter is jealous
of his rights, and wishes to receive good, hon
est lalior, is undoubtedly true, but it is also
true that he has a heart well disposed toward
his men and means to fulfill toward then?
every legal, humane and moral obligation. He
has himself, in many cases, been a laliorer anil
understands the situation. He begins by, in
many cases, showing favors and doing more
for his men than the contract compels hiin to
do. lie very commonly gives him higher
wages, and if the laliorer shows himself faith
ful and worthy, still higher wages, and even
helps him to rise. Of course a just regard for
his own interest must place a limit to this, but
the planter is not slow to appreciate a faithful,
worthy laborer in a substantial way, but he
does not receive much of that kind in return,
and least of all from a certain class of imported
labor. It is high time that the jiosition taken
on this subject by some outside observers was
changcil; but it would seem that, like the San
Francisco Chronitlt, they are impervious to
truth. They do not want the truth, and will
have none of it; hence these Norwegians are
"treated like brutes;" and the liest lessons
some outsiders could have would lie to put
themselves in the place of a planter or man
ager for six months. That day laborers on
some of these plantations wiH remain and
work steadily for some months, or even years,
and that contracted laliorers will voluntarily
renew their contracts when they are at perfect
liberty to go and can readily find employment
elsewhere, and this on the same terms for one
as for the other, save a slight reduction in the
wages of the one who takes an advance on his
contract, is sufficient evidence that there is no
ill-treatment on the plantation.
A word now concerning the course pursued
by the commissioner, anil if the writer has re
ceived any erroneous impressions thereof he
begs lo forestall his queries thereon with due
aiologies. No one probably would adversely
criticise his attempts to secure for those of his
couutrvmen who wished it a cancellation of
their contracts by payluent of balances due
thereon, or a transfer to other plantations (an
increase of wages for men who were already
the most expensiv e on the plantation, and had
proved themselves unworthy of it, was scarcely
the fair thing to ask or -expect, nor would it
have made the slightest iliffercncc in the con
duct of thc'incn;) but, after seeing the unwill
ingness of the planter lo so reduce this force,
if he had Income satisfied that the men were
properly treated, that they had no just cause
of complaint, that they were,, in fact, too
rtatly to kick up a disturlunce and needlessly
entangle themselves in the law, as he had
ample opportunity to see in the Papaikou case,
would he not have acted on sounder princi
ple, exhibited a better sense of justice, lioth (o
the planter and his coiintrvmcn, and done
more for (he preservation of law and order,
had he, txing their countr) man, still insisted
on their behaving themselves, aliding by the
law, and honestly fulfilling the terms of their
contracts? 11, k.
WITH THE DANCE!"
Now Is the .aniiointed time. Come, Oh )e
jouni; Hawaii t Step up to the front. Who
will 1m the first to place his hard-earned do!
lars in the two million loan, that the vsork on
the tulacc may lie continued? You cannot
cxix-ct much of a Coronation unless )ou shell
out the tin. l'ore!;ners don't rare tn nu-st
their surplus cash at 6 tier cent when many a
railroad in the States pas to. As the crown
and coronation jolification isafor Hawaii and
Ilawaiians, of course you will lie only too
luppy lo help the King out of his present dif
ficulty. Remember, it is lo tie a big event in
I lawaiian history. There will lie a chance for
you to maVe a magnificent display, Thinl
how profound a solution-will t created on
the Illustrious suitors I Imagine the gorgeously
arrayed Lord lllh Chatnticrlaia and Lord
Chancellor of the Hawaiian Kingdom Intro
ilucing to ins majesty AJiailegg, all the way
from Hlndostan, Loid of six white elephants
and thirteen umbrellas. How the poor be
nlghted heathen's eyes will stick out when he
sees lkton s green and etlow ten-cent cam-
I brie throne, For pity's
Uluuiii for want of a fci
sake don t let the show
w million dollars. The
foreigners desire you to have a good time, but
they exjicct you to pay for It. It cannot but
be felt that this is to lie your last chance.
Hawaii will undoubtedly, ere long, lie so gov
erned as to make it next In an impossibility for
)ou to waste the revenues of the country in
tinsel and torn-foolery. Therefore go in and
have the one great blow-out. Never mind the
cost. If vou can t make good the Iwrrowcd
money, iethaps foreigners will purchase what
is left of your little islands, and sou can work
out the lialancc of your indebtedness in build-
lug roads and ditches. .
S TA TEME.VT EA'OM MA'. IIA'CA'I. E I '.
L'diior Prms: The following appears In
(he Daily Ihilletin of the 2d inst,: " Wc
hear that Mr. Hinckley, who had his passport
stopped by Dr. Rodgcrs, has written a very
vulgar letter to lioth doctors, addressing it to
Dr. Fitch. We are sure all right minded men
will reproliate such disgraceful conduct." The
truth of the charge I admit ; and as the mat
ter has been busily placed before the public, I
feel it my duty to myself as w ell to others con
cerned, to express my deep contrition for the
oflence committed. Hut, lest the offence with'
out provocation appearing, should be the
means of greatly exaggerating In the minds of
my fellows, the nature and magnitude of the
offence committed, I ask the public to liear In
mind also the provocation which led to the
retort made. &car In mtnd that these doctors,
in support of the case tried between us, had
been busy In circulating damaging stories in
regard to my antecedent life, and accusing me
as the victim of infirmities humiliating in the
last ,ltt;ict, which, though Irrclcvent to ihe
case and unfounded In fact, they had Intended
to make sllll more public by bringing into
Court had the judge who presided at the trial,
not ruled such testimony as inadmissablc ; that
had suffered liodily torture, and mental
anxiety (protracted through many months), as
the result of a crippled condition, induced as I
have believed, by their want of skill in treat
ing my wounds ; that having failed in obtain
ing the satisfaction I had asked at law, and by
it being beggared in means, I had sought
through the kind aid of friends, and for health
consideration, to leave the country ; but was
prevented from doing so by Dr. Rodgers, who
claimed of me an amount of money which he
was well aware I was neither able nor willing
to pay. It was under the goad of such trying
circumstances as this that I gave wa)to an im
pulse, and by way of tetoit, uttered language
of which I am, and shall ever be ashamed. It
is not fit for publication, neither is the parti
cular allegation on the part of the doctors, to
which it was meant as a retort, but If they are
to use it to create sympathy in their behalf,
shall claim a like privilege. It would
never have become public except for a purpose.
A sensitive nature would recoil at the very idea
of giving it publicity, much less would a gen
tleman race about the streets to exhibit it.
Respectfully, C. D. Hinckley.
irilA T IS GOING TO BE DONE
L"lnOR Press : It has been notorious for
) cars that wchavc not had a competent tug
lwat to do the necessary towing at this port ;
one of sufficient power to extricate a vessel
from even ordinary difficulties. With a mod
erate wind and smooth sea the old mud turtle
which we have so long dignified with the
name of a "tug," answers the purpose of get
ting vessels In and out of our harbor, but the
moment there is a strong breeze with a small
sea on she is utterly useless ; in fact, she is
just fit for towing mud scows about the harbor,
a business I have heard she was brought here
for (I don't know how true it is.) The only
trouble about that is, she wants to have the
harlior pretty clear of vessels, as she requires
a large part of it to turn round in. Now don't
Ictus throw all the blame of not having a
better one on the present ministry, as we have
long needed a more efficient lioat ; one with a
fine engine capable of doing efficient service in
case of lire along the cily front or on ship
Ixiaril. Who does not know that if at the
time of our great fire we had had such a tug
the gov eminent storehouses and wharf, which
it cost thousands of dollars to replace, might
have been easily saved, " instead of being
burned with all their contents. A little talk
was had at the time of getting a Herresoff
lioilcr, etc., to put on the Ttle, but as the
memory of the fire faded that also faded away
and nothing was done. Waiting for another
big fire probably to rouse them up again I
Three or four years ago a far better and more
iowerful lioat than ours, nearly new, was
offered for sale at less lhan tw enty-fivc thou
sand dollars at San Francisco. The owners
were hoping to find a customer here at the
islands, but nothing ever came of it. The
sums cxiiendetl on the llt from time to time
would have gone a long way in providing a
more emcicnt vessel, one that in case ol lire on
the city front would lie of immense service.
Now we are to have a Marine Railway, and
a very excellent one, capable of taking up
large shins, to be ready for use, reiiort sa. s.
Jan. 1, 18S3. Is it not about time it was
ailvertiseil abroad so that vessels aliout to sail
on long voyages might know of the facilities
we can offer them for repairs at this port, and
is it not time wc had a tug-boat capable of
towing tnem into port, even 11 tnc wind siiouiii
lie a little strong, and In event of getting Into
a critical position, one that could lie handled
quickly and render powerful aid? Such n lioat.
with fire apparatus complete, is the thing
needed at (his time. What is going to lie done
aliout it? Wait for another fire.Janother ship
10 no lost, or wnair it.
Ladici ami Gentlemen vUtting San Franciico will
fiiul ery desirable Kumihhed Room En Suit and Sin
file at No, 137 Montgomery St., Corner Hufch, Mrs
T, HoneVi formerly of Honolulu.
To tha Ldla,
Klegatit fancy work for tha holidays. Orders taVen
and leuoiis given In chenille, silks, and crewel cmbrol
dcry. Work lo be seen every day from 10 a. m. to h
M., at 131 ton tfrcct, (neat ioor to Dr. Ilrodie.)
Two furnished rooms, fur housekeeping will furntkh
lichen if necessary. Must be 1$ minutes from Pot
OtT.cc. Address, with terms, I- II., SatL'kuav Pkkmi
To tbt Ladies.
The women of Madeira art ahead, of all uhcr nations
in the art of hand embroidery and crotchet work; a full
line of the same ex Ole nailer is now on Icw In this
City. Abu a splendid aortmcnt of ladies underwear
hand embroidered. Call and sec. Dlas & GoruaUs,
Grav'a Work -
A Successful HouMtt A Successful Hou t A mik
ing Instance of success in a Retail Dry Goods' way
ahTorded by the leading Miliiwry House of Charles J.
r Uhel, corner Fort and Hottl streets. The I Vow let or
Mr. FUlid hasaojuirvd the art of holding cutom. Any
Dry Goods Houws tan, by freely advertising, draw cus'
turners, once or tk; but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, call for the ciercise 01 tail and liberality,
Goods mul L marked down and sold for what they
arc; never wUrtprcscnt any article. Thai Uthe policy
of Charles J. FUHel, and that policy has made the firm
one of the greatest In Its hoe, on the leading thorough.
fare of Honolulu. The Leading MUlinery Store of
Charles J, FIkLcI, Is to Honolulu what Macy's is to
New York. Charlc J. Fuhcl make a specialty of Mil
Imery. MT The More Is one of (he sight U the city,
nCIL Notice U hereby imcn that-all MooIm
due for rents on lands under heasc in the AIIU
FUAA OF WA1LUKU. MAUI, are payable to my
agents, Wu. U, Irwin & Co.
Uy his attorney In fact, Wm. IJ. Irwin. ttvam
1JQTICE.DURING THE TEMPORARY All
1 sence of our Mr. Wat. X l(wia, from ihu King
tKxn, Mr, Wu, M Uufard dl attend id the Uuimi of
our house UJ-rni WM, G. IRWIN 4 Oh
01 ICE.-E. C PAKE. 65 MERCHANTS
tiitonie, Is lli. only aiutunicil Attnt t IM
kill in Su fcranfiMis lu Ssatuudsv Phksa e&n
ls)t Hiccwua bWUUsuttcc f 6
Sprinn Wain White, high tt Refinwl Ptlroleum, In
lunker r aocil Cans, Kipressly for F'amllr U.
Striciljr lftO Tiro T.t.
The Insurance Companies Imlorv- this oil safe In
" stores, ilellinirin.l manufactories, this oil
is Tllh IttSI In color ami test that has come to this
Standard White Kerosene Oil, 110 fire test This Is
Ihe most p.ipuhr ml in Ihe mvket, ami Its sale has
!'i'7 '""eased. Darin Ihe past ear more of the
I.LKCrRIU Oil, has Leen old than of any other
hrand. 'Hie Hemic Oil is put up In screw-top and
Hie fact that manv brands of oil an-imported torn the
country which barely reach the Government test should
icu consumers to exercise ureal care in mircruMing.
For sale. In quintities to suit, upon the most favor.
auic icons, uy 9
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
HONOLULU, 114 tf
TJX DARK KALAKAUA
ANll rMRRNMNK FLI A,
Golden Gnte Extra Family nnd
Cues DRAWN, Cases IIACON,
Cases W 1 1 1 IT A K i: K. S TA R 1 1 A M S,
1IAI.ES OF HAS'.tC, 4C,
Just to hand, and for sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
Almanac and Annual for 1883
N now In course of publication.
Societies and Departments dctrou of correct retire.
sentation willjileau advUe the publisher of any change
since iaii issue.
mending advertisers mil confer a faor by handing
their advertisements as eailv as convenient, ami
parties desiring special quantities of the coming edition
will plea w leae early orders.
oingie copies 50c, or mailed abroad 60c.
iM-"" '1 HOS. O. THRUM, Publisher.
r A. COVENAGHS AGENCY,
No. 88 Kino Strkht.
PKIVATT: IWlXU.VC,.HOUSK,-larEe and com.
modious outbuildings, etc.; free water; good locality.
COrrAOHS in the most central part of city; also on
FURNISHED ROOMS on Emma street, and in
other pirts of the city and suburbs.
Spool al Attention
FURNISHED ROOMS on King street, three min
utes walk from pot office; bath and every conveni
A FEW STALLS in stable on King street, central
The understzned hayine been appointed by the Hon.
A. F. judd, Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, a Commissioner to sell
THE REAL ESTATE OF THE LATE
W. L. MOEHONTTA,
Hereby t?tes notice that on
Thursday, 23d Day of November. 1882,
At Aliiolanl Hale, at ta o'clock, noon.
He Hill sell at Public Auction all the rieht. title and
interest of the said W. I MOEHONUA, deceased, of
in and to the following real estate, viz:
AT KAUH1, OAHU,
NO. 1, LOT OF KULA LAND
Located on the maul a side of Government Road, and
uuuui i.ooo ice i toward Honolulu, lrom
the premises of C. T. Guliclc.
Area, 11 5-lOths Acres.
NO. 2, LOT OF KULA LAND,
On the maulca tide of Government Koad, extending
from tne roau nearly to tiir vtiure.
Area, 162 6-10Um Aure
NO. 3, LOKO PAIIOUNUI.
With io Acrefof KuK adjoining.
Whole Area- 36 4-10ths Aores.
NQ. 4, LOKO ANANOHO,
With small strip of Kula adjoining
Areas, 66 Acre.
NO. 6. AUIKI,
With strip of Kula Eaud adjoining.
Am, 18 2-10tha Aon.
Land at entrance to Kalild Valley:
9 PIECfcS or TARO LAND,
In Lotfvarying from ( of an Acre to 9 Acres.
6 PIECES Or KULA LANS)'
tn Loll varying from 'J Aero lo 7 Acres,
1 LOT Or GRAZING LAND,
At the moulh of KanunaiU Valley, contain
intf 154 Aaes,
8 LOTS IN PUDLENA, MANOA,
Varytng from jiolut lo t sloths Acres,
HONOLULUI PIECE OF LAND
Directly tn rear of and adjoining Muuc Hall Lot,
1 01 an Acre,
Graat, 8,780, with Kobm Taro.
JS Acres, more or lets; Survey not yet finished.
L. a A. MM, Loko KawilL
L. G. A.
fc30. lal. CoiUUIh
UUTO ATAIJO,IJUIAIMA L.C.A.
Th aU. ul UI W isiiWc, and tjans ami tur.
vcys itww in court, of rvcbsrsliMii will cihiUud as
luofi as coiupUtcd, at In. Olnc. of tha Clcik of th. bu
Iciim Cutm, AluuUitl Halt.
As most of th. Tro LanJ in Kalihlill U toU In
small loci, it offer peculiar advantage lu iopcrly
owners Cwnttguoiu thereto.
The Terra of tb atovt uU an CASH, and h
deed will W at the txuense of tba purchaser.
CowBilutooer la sell tn Real Estate ul
II, W, U UocWmmu, deceased.
CBB HOPP Co.,
CAKPENTEK AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses Will and lb lepsltlnj of twuics atieodcd lo.
Terms moderate. iniy
A T THOS. 0. THRUM S JOUT-ST. STORE
n. balUns received a tat atsortturaltd ROOKS
list U. AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY biokidt
Ike iiimiion of SuMay-athool Utmnts, Tiartiars,
ol rswwuiwHiWwa. til
KALAKAUA, dvtiif. Orach of God,
of the Hawaiian Islands, Kino:
Whtmu, by an Act approved on the
ninth day of August, one thousand
eight hundred and eighty, entitled "An
Act to prmidc for the Coronation of
the King of Hawaii," it is among other
things enacted that Wc, in Privy Coun
cil, should ascertain and proclaim by
public proclamation, a time when Wc
should be crowned.
And whettas, at a meeting of Our
said Privy Council of Slate, held at
Aliiolani Hale, in the City of Honolulu,
on the twenty-seventh day of May, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-two,
We did, by and with the adiccand
consent of Our Honorable Privy Coun
cil, ascertain and declare, that Wc should
be crowned on the twelfth day of Felr
rttary, in the next ensuing year one
thousand eight hundred and cighty-t
Jle it known, 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 Palace
in our City of Honolulu on Monday,
the twelfth day of February; which will
be in the year of Our fiord, one thous
and eight hundred and eighty-three, at
the hour of eleven of the clock in the
Gh'tn under Our hand and 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.
liy the King,
Walter Murray Giiison,
Minitttr of Foreign Affairs and Pre
I r hat pleased II 11 Majesty by and with the advice
and consent of If U llonofahte Privy Council to apiwint
the undermentioned gentlemen, being member! of His
Honorable Council, to be and act a a Committee of
Arrangements on tlie occasion of the Coronation of Hit
HU Excellency Walter Murray Gibson,
'Hie Honorable Herman A. Widemann,
Tlie Honorable J. U. Kawatnul,
'Hie Honorable William I'. Wood,
The Honorable Col. Charles H, Judd.
Irrigation after this date, is strictly prohibited, ex
cept between the hours of 6 and 7 A. M.t until furthe
notice. CHAS. II. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approed; J. I Husk, Minister Interior
Honolulu, Oct. 20. 1 83a. 113 tf
1UTAKEE & COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VKRV HCST QUALI1V IVial
from At Taro.
Owine to the extent of LirwU eulitvalpil tiv in ur
can sell cheaper than others, and can guarantee pUnta
tions and all emploees of labor against any failure of
dr Orders by fost receive prompt attention.
C. B. MAKEE. 111.3m A. A. COURTNEY
For Poktadlh or Permanent
15 feet lengths; 14 lbs to the yard, just received
per Duke 0 Abttxotn from Liverpool. Apply to W,
U Green, or G. W. Macfarlauc & Co., Agents for Jno.
Fowler tSc Co.
pUBLIC NOTICE I
lite Undersigned, having purchased t
From II. R. II. RUTH KEEUKOLANl, the Lands
of KOH1LIPALI and HILhA, in Kau,
Hawaii, Kahua, Hihiu, and Kauapa
laoa, in Kohala, Hawaii, ai v
kaloa, Waialeale, Ku
KalakaJaula, K email,
PohaLuIiaku, and Kaapaaula,
situated in Hamakua, Hawaii, Hanaka
00. and llnnolnliAii tiiti.iifit nn M.in! tT-snlisI
situated on I.anat. Also the lots of land situated In
Honolulu, ami known as the
WILDER and CHULAN BLOCKS.
Notice is hereby given ttiat all monies falling due for
rents of said lands, ore paj able to my agents, Wm. G.
InvinanJCp. SAMUEL PARKER.
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COM
pjuiy of California
BISHOP & Cq. AGSNTS.
LOSSES PAID OVRR, t4.500.ooo.
The iMiyvtit lUtcific Count Co,
Dwelling: risks a specialty, detached dwell
ings and contents insured for a period
of three years for two premiums
In advance, ; we also write
upon merchandise per
between this port and the coast ports, covering loss or
1 damages, if amounting to seven per cent or
more on the sound value of the whole
shipment at jiort of delivery,
and are prepared to
covering: shipments from the Plantations
through to San Francisco, includ
ing fire risk while in Hon
olulu awaiting trans
S-OPARTNERSHII' NOriCENotW. i her.
s by Elvcn that the uodertieiMtl are oartnrr
unocr ine nroi name anu style ol tne waimea runta'
tlutt Company, doing Lutiucw at Waloica, Kauai, ai
Can. Ituiwi. CKOkOK IRVINK.
.ri .-:. i ... ..-.... .... :
114-au' JOHN 1IRVANT.
PLANTATION OVBRSHER WANTED.
Apply Immediately 10 C 1IKKWKR CO., Hono
lulu, or to 1). FoUer, Pahala. Kau. IfawaiL 114 if
An IeX)ulaltift FrUevd
of ours was asking questions on vailims subjects, for la.
formation. That happancd toWarnul. (a pure Ha
waiiap mule), tied tscar tb. door ourtiicnd asked If they
shod Iheut un the hind fees. Sonic said yes, others no,
basing their opinion 00 lb strength and courage of a
person thai could do thai Job. Tosaiufy hiuuelfh
lifted una of the tauks's fed Tb. mule looked around,
laughed uh hit ears and UfitJ the other foot. 11m
rAan as satUekd thai that atul. was shod. Aihtworktd
Uuiself together he struck a U line for Si ARCH A NT'S
to gel sunt, of that well known Hoas l iao Tosacco,
ubkhUas.1 curt fur broken Jaws. ALoson. ham
klaaUa Cigars, and when he took a boa of those idea
KaUkaun, 'ha Uessed lb. nude Ul "uulng hiia la tha
way of Buding Au. Kim of Shosu'i Ouous, (ua
syuhly, at cJscawK rales. 111 at
FXTKACT MOM Tlllt OFFICIAL anrOKT
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In consideration of the fatU lettlnft1 In this examin
ation, ami the preponderance c-f element of inher
ent and comparative merit adjudged by the
judge (eh m independent judgment) l.
Ing eitial to 70 per cent more than the
neM Mhet evhthit, they Mve
found it exceedingly dilticult
to make such a clanifiea
tionln degree as will
C1VK KVr.N-IIANDt:n JUSTICE TO ALU
wit AtirurK.K TO THK
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
Mktnchutt, U. S. A.,
A rust-clat Award and nch other peclil distinction,
diploma, medal, or awarda UcnnsUtent with the dti
ties and obligations of the honorable Sydney Interna
lionat( Commission, ftir the largest and mmt complete
efthibit of horotogical instrument, examined
'I hey ilw propose, a the only mean by which their
appreciation of the merits of the production of this
compiny can I ndniuntely or equitably recognired by
Ihe committee on Judging and Award, that a separate
first ila award I given for the time-keeping qualities
of all grades of these watches.
Also, a separate first .class award for the perfection of
mis ftvs.cin 01 watcrimaxing ami tne improvements In
the mechanical parts of the watch, being notably in the
miiiiftpring and going barret, the patent safety pinion,
the perfect epic)loidal form of all the teeth of the train,
in everv irrade of watch alil. nml it luvhrnn-il ad
justment of the balance-spring.
Also, a first -class award for new mode of compensat
Also, a separate first chss award for the !mproe
menis in cases, the number of artistic forms and design
used, the beauty and elegance of their finish, nnd fur
their new and indestructible method of enameling.
Also to Charles W, Woerd, mechanical superintend
ent American Watch Company. Walt ham, Mass.,
The fallowing is the order of awards made by the
S)dney International Exhibition Commission lo the
American watch Lompan), olWaitham, Mass:
Gold and Silver Watch
First degree of merit and
special mention: Gold-Med,
'I imekeeping qualities of all grades of Watches Firit
degree of merit.
Perfection in System Flrit degree of merit.
New mode of compensating balances First degree of
Improvements, finish and elegance of Cases FIrt de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Cases
First degree of merit and special mention.
Charles M. Woerd, Mechanical Superintendent First
degree of merit, special.
the marks of Wauham Watches discovered within Ihe
past seven months, palmed on on the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
111 tf Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Importers and Dealers in
of all kinds, just received, ex late arrivals, sevcra
large and well selected cargoes of
coiniirUttig ail tlie mual htock sires
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
bcantling, rune -surface an J rough Hoards sui
faced and roujjh 1 fattens, Pickets, Kustic,
Lattice and Cuphoards
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
All sires, of Eastern and California male, and for
sale in quantities to suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE 21NC, I'AINT OILS,
METALLIC AND OrilER I'AINIS,
GI.ASS ANH SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
U lata. tjrlM.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
NOriCK.-! hereby give ootk. thai I U. dii.
IjCMd of lay Grocery butiness on Fot ureet, to
mi- a. j. s.e. 1, ju accounts uu aakl taiunei. at.
to be paid 10 bUu. 'fbanking ihe public lor tha liberal
patrunaga they ha, been plcacd to beuow upon u,
1 would rcapcufully aidk tor a continuance of tb. saiue
lo say siKCHC. A. W. IIUSH.
ftfOrders for tha UNION FEEO COMFANV
will be received as umi.I, and Leoovpt delivery guaran
E. P. ADAMS. AUCTIONEER.
IJOUSR AND LOT AT AUCTION
ll dirfttlon of F, 0. 1111, Fi , I will sell si puttie
On SATURDAY, Nomtr j, iS9t,
'Si i o'clotV. noon, si my salesroom, In I lonolulu. tne
'OUSK ANI I Or recenllv occupied by the fee,.
A.O. tort,M Kaisaiahao. Honolulu, more imtlcn.
jatly ilescrijed in Ko)al Talent No. losS, and contain,
inn an area of 15.100 of an acre. IV home li two
stones, of stone, xiith tlate roof, and contains
jsith mtjolntnu one story building formerly occupied
by Messrs, Castle A Cooke as a counting room. Car.
rwge house, Mables, elc. Water laid on.
Deed at theeiensof purchver. .
For further particulars Inquire of F.. O. TlAI.I, or
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
NJKW SHOP AT
it King street,
Blnohamlthinp; ami Cnrrlaa; Shop.
JAMF.S MUIJRAV, Manager.
I torses promptly stmt, In tbe tst manner: Carriage
,...iiMj. .,jr tuimirteni woTKmen. 1 ry our new
, two tloori front Maunaicea street.
tiClhln Hhigtlom Is rnnnrrtrit irlfA
.ylKI.KPIIONi: NUilllKK .,
our orders at the Daify ISullilin office, llollister
&Co.atorT O. Ihrum's, tort Street. Tuning,
rvciMirinK, neuuiiing and Keatljiisting.
No. 107 Fort St., Honolulu. H. I.
IN KVKKY II RANCH
By O. F. WELLS, MiuloTDaklu-.
The undersinctl will close his
FORT STJtJKlST STORE
On Wednesday next to prepare his
I'inc Leather Goods, Allotypes nml
1'liotu. Art Goods,
ltscts nnd Caljincts,
Toys and Novoltlaa,
'o reKien on SATURpAV neit, at ij-.ya A. sf
TIIOS. O. THRUM.
Ratal Entata ft OeaartU BulaaM Acaat,
No. 83 KING STREET.
Sulicitor for Tut Satukuay I'atss. n.-im
American Eagle Association
(Of Ihe United Stales,
( Incorporated April at, 18S1.)
Investment and Protection Combined. PayaUe In so
)ca s, OlFice 11) California uicel, San Fraia.lA
MARTIN C.THEILMAN, Secretary,
nt tf LocalAlfeiit, Honolulu.
Ks Steamer Madral, now landing,
CatM or tkoM Maalla Clean,
sso In th box,
la vtlat l usually sold In tt.ts tnaiket.
Caves U MANIU CIGARS, y l.i a bos, aU 4
which we guarantee to be the gclmln MariUa
For sale by
A.4y to J.
El). . A M ART UOV FOR STOKE,
uretncrl on living with his pareull preferred.
. 11. LYNCH, bs King stieet.
N Ol ICE 10 IHE yUHUC-JuM arrived
by barkemin. Jttta, froas ban Franclaccy
one very fin Uuiham cuw, all of wkick a vW "sala,
AiJy pervowdly lu tne, or by letler lhoua P O. Jm
j4, Honolulu. . N.WKIFHT.
CORPORATION NOTICt-As Ua ar-eusl
ineeling of the drove Ranch MafMatkal Co.. Was)
at tlMonV. of II, HatkssU ACa, on lb. tale) of Ow.
ober, A. I. ;Mi, the foUowuig oeSceo wen atsetad,
for liiefJtowtng year!
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