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SATURDAY. NOVItMnitK i
NMkirfany eventi or Interf-st transnltlnir
Ih. nther lslmltllllYtl thankfully irreN
for publication liHtiMwln i rrquI-i1 In
append IhMr true names in ail cnmnuinic imni,
not fr pnMtralHm necseatlly. Inl t enaunlee
that lhi -liter It elln In mwd fllli
Advltltnnt must hf sent In by rilday norm,
Ndlns'itNxv fnr therun.nt Issue ran lii guaran
teedhen ml In laler Ailvritlsm will mails
h number Bilnseillisne iletlrnl, from -hlfh date
Ihey rharff. any not w mataed will 1. thatt.d J
Il.inM.-ristnmfl advreHsem.ntt, rntl Anil larg.
lyiwa will iwl l admlHed Into nur rr-tnmnt)
neither will ailtrttltemenL be admitted lntn"ia.l
In. iixlwmnt, at any pile. Hire, nil will b.
rigidly adtiMr-d In.
Uriwlrt m th fnh mnilrt nip twlng pmlirxl
Hhnmsfwi of lpwi- mvxvtl mrt lain flrwvnnl
f inltwrthst ., tat! 1 fciritrM.
irnirihtr txf CMiMe lw temill)' nltlvttl
(i mi Sun rmntUrn tiy tliiftictit tw!.
r Jnfcim iht U. S. MlnhiM ns
i;pii I lh r wwof of M.iktUnt.
rtw tenfe wrth (ini Siiii rmtKrtto mm
l..rii1j-, to h wedt tty llie AVirr fiom
Vhr i1 Wrist tcltiinctl In Honolulu from wlml-
ml littt THHiy vslllt MlnHlff tlAgRell Ami
Il Stv)W Mntiltl eitiitcxl Ivtenly lln
if opium jwttiiUj fnvmtvnr of the Cliinimen
m tit Sun,
W'v lin by a iMItr frtnn llie Volcano I Imiw,
Ktbu, tlmt llie first xnOvs t)f llic xensun fell
cut the lop of MtuliM I nu llic iotli ultimo.
Wc licat lhnl llie crew of llic KiiifiV kit;c
h fueI to render any nwinancc In the yvtclit .1 At
M, wlildi cmtlrcxl in llic incc on llic l6tli, .it
lliou;li !! In iln o.
Mr. Wra) Tnjlor will giic liH ninth free
npiii rrvil.il nl Si. Amlrcwi' Cilluilrnl next
TiicmIi) rxenhifi, ailcil 1) Mr. Ilmifonl.
nml Mr. A. T. Alklnm.
The fair iml rcfrchmcnt t;.ithcrin(; by the
I.inifl Kokita Society on Sattmlay lau a
crj Mioccssfiil, Iwlh tctally nnd fin.inclall),
n c loam ihcy realireil wmc $150.
V vitUtiiitl, (Irnv uiiiliri.' aioiuliii T"
lullilrl -x.kt (ilioi llll) uf III' in -i 11 1 1
American imn. iliwrilnng ilmr uniliml
nitlinff fliannrN thnmgh minmialn ilium ami
law lml, ihr mii.I ami ilrlwi. mirtnl In thf
H-ali'r artlng on ih- prlwlpal of a arn1 Ml,
Manj rivrr, h- aW, air oliler than Ihe
m"tmlii ihr pn ihrmigh. th ring" Mttfl
raltwl aftft thr i)rri lut1 hiR hr-n In Mhl
onrc Thr Irlaati, lltrilnn, ami ntlw
mrr of llic I'niml Mat wlmw wntin-ate
n) Imlr litghir than (heir mmilh, are fm
ihnl riter, having cut llirli Iwil ilmin until
ilw) can nl no lower, lit Ihr Wr-i with few
riiTpiton llw ilrcr haw yrt much wnik in
tin, ami are Rtmliinlly wraihifi ihctr rhanncU
ilown, whlrh mint crtMlrotr tmlll, like ill
MMulppI, tliey tenth tlHrft Imwlcul. lie
ilcfrlll llic wetilkiltl of icxctal tllffcrcnl
utiMiiit, Ihrlr (ItaniirU, their milmi winding,
ami mtieh ntltrr Ihleintlnf tnfnimalinn. Dliter
rl-t hkh le ii'ntlitil ihelr Imw level ate
Hahl In change their fwiif, If nmiilnH
ihttwgh a level entintry, liy filling up their
liciU with llic vwl qnanllt) of wtliiiient iIck
lleil. Their Imve Iterii in'lAiire of thin Mini
in the 'e, Imt they arc ciitaratle!y few,
a llie Wwl I a iMng rmintr), ling of mine
ircrnl roiiiMllnn. 'lhl Icrttitv wan a Unit In
thnte who henril it, ami we ltope the I.llnaiy
AwnelAlhin will lie utile loglto the puhlic
ollicra of an eitMlly Intrimllne, and intlriicthe
On Thupulay, the ifilh, the leper at the
liranch leper hmpital cnjoycil lhemclvc, first
nt a ;.!, anil nftcruaril by racing. They
kepi up the xrt for vimc lime.
Sunday cveninp; Mr. Cruian will, by re
qneM, take for hi theme, " Oil the dead hac
knowledge of what i transpirini? on earth?
Service Sunday morning nt 1 1 o'clock.
On Tiiewlay lt n I'ium rcmilcr xitlliil
Sleiu'a cniriac fictory 1111 I'ort ulteet, llmniuli
which ntablUhmcnt he wan hown by the gin-
llcmanly propilelor. The olTice and wnre
riMim were fimt cnlernli in the former arc kept
draught of cnttiage of every dccilption, and
In llie taller I a large quantity of mitrihl,
Mich a hull, spokes, axles, ImiIi, prlng, etc.
Opening from thi i llic W(Vlhop, where
four benches arc occupied. Here the frame
woik of the carriage of any itjlc deired are
put together, I'aMiig next to llic bhckniilh
hnp, where two men are kepi liuy, alt of the
it nil work for thec.tiii.ige i madcand fitleil on.
The x chicle i next taken to llie ninl'lioii, in
llie second Mot), Mete the xaruUhuig I nlvi
done in a cloe tnotii. I'tom ihe hind of the
painter the catriigc giws In Ihctrimnicr, where
the top, cmhion, and other leather work i
pul on. Another coit of xarnlxh then finUhcs
Ihe work and the vehicle I ready to go out.
Wc noticed a Urge nunilier of fine new and
second-hand carriages, open top buggies, plue
tons, etc., ol all description lor delivery or
sale, and in the yard was a large number of
buggies brought in for tepalr. Alxiut twenty
hands nrc cniplojcil about the establishment
all competent workmen, and the premises
alw.ijs present .1 lively, buines-hkc aspect.
n tl.i -iiri, and in the ilnntiel Iht iMmmnf
In I'lmi'i itrmk thr l.i,' masl, cipsinng
iln Inner The lrir iop;d to render
assistance; trnth lioals vsrre sllghll) damageil.
llw 1'nmjiHM .Stn( rame in flnrt, follmseil i-y
ihe A'w-m, Stii ICiwanil Af. . In the order
intli "Itntle nciilli, prlfe $ri, cnune name
fw No. 1, wtm easily by Ttmkatt lentring ll'r
If .y behind.
Illh h-oaieil gta, flnl in1r $Ksi, see
ottil prle $50, ctxtrte mt as No. 5, won by
the A'ttftntob, Mailne llallwuy crCwi the
oilier miiteiilaiitii ctmtlnc In in tlm outer
iMntfil, wvrcihc ,1ifMr, A'mmlum' An h'afl
tfont, Ihe last twineil tuanneil by a ciew frnm
lilhJtalting nin rc, ptlrc $J0, courlw;
mtmc as No, .( 1 Ihftewerrteilentitc-.and after
several inlshajw, which xillei llie fun of lulf
the mimlier, Ihe wwrfw crtine In winner.
131I1 Six onieil gfgs, first pite $l(x), wh'
wtil $50, entitle name as No. 5, won by the
A"f(t7i follow at by llie AMia.
1 lh I tiling runletl, prlre $10, won b)
I'elclui, who wit under J.,)oniiuule 1 Kanolm
wns down . minutes.
15th Tug of war, canoes, ptlc ia, course
fiom mid-way bdwceii steamer wlivrf and
shore to cither place, won by llie AVHcenid
Ifitli Tub race, ptie $io, won by ihe .c
,ikl. 171I1 Tug of war, swimming, ptle$l5,
won by Kiixilui.
1S1I1 lltrge race, first prire $lt, strond
pure $50, course same ns ixo, J, was one 01
llic most intetesting i.ices of the thy. The
TtHf liltit, manned by sailors from the WAiiii
won very cavil), followed by the itaiMtftll
with the KafMaikhua n bid third. This
concluded the programc for llic day and we
regret thai It Is necessary to condense the
account Into such short space.
Tin liviifornur Rillniiinis ciiitd not liavc
In, n ii wnii d I.) LiistoniarywatihruhHss, but
il Is Mil to think thai Ihe hiler Is impostd on
yon li) ihe xtry one wlirwe duty It should W In
shlelil llie rapllal of Ids realm frnm dire a
We lienr thai llie gon.1 i-npl of llilo pro
pme In Milncilhc llie money necc-iry Id buy
the-lliuor llretwe, . ,, if one Is lo l Issued In
thai town. Or, in olhrr wonts they prefer to
make a mnttey satilflce tallier than allow (heir
vsiiini! turn to lie drawn Into thai voiles of
itealli. Il Is icmlted that Wallukil would
gladly do likewise, and ran easily raise llic
thousand dollar requisite, but It feels lint the
html which wn crurl enough to promulgate
such a law In npxlloit W the liuinblc praycrt
of Ihe best aiul most lnllucnll.it of the people,
wniitd be nearlclnus enough to order the Issit
Ing of mine llcenscn linn they could pay for.
When we llilnk of llic answirs lo Ihe diller
eul mcmoilaUi of the loose way the lieaiuict
of Ihe klninlom aie espcndeil of the waxle of
Ihe people's Intnl earned money by cniiuptofri
cl.ils 1 of silly r hlldlsh rpcnillliitc for mllllaiy
ainl cnroualloii purtiose, etc., Is It lo be won
dered at that Iwo lliiuls or Ihe Inhabitants are
ready lo escltlni, asin King lino, officer
lalnly "hlslor) repeats list If." 'I litre are none
so blind as those who will not sec. 1 lie signs
of Ihe limes are so prominent thai Ihcy can ut
most he felt, as the blind read. A kingdom
with n htger ptopotllnn of cdiicnled subjects
thin Ihls, does not exist on the face of the
globe. Why will not Its ruler be guided by
S'our paper I doing good service, Il ex
presses public opinion whereas p-ipcra generally
I10.1M of following it. Von arc endorsed by the
hcsl citlcn. It, T.
The sivoarcd gig race was rOweil over again
)ctcrilay afternoon, and was won' by the
.IMihi lioys. lliey loiilcd with the Alalia
twice, however, and il will lie run again to
day. The alternate showers and spells of warm
weather have left the roads in llic vicinity of
town in very good condition, excepting in
places where the water is allowed to stand,
and ihcrc they are simply mud-holes.
1'reVidcnl Arthur has Usucd a proclamation
appointing Thursday, N'ovcnilwr 30th, as a
day for public thanksgiving and praise, in
accordance vv ith the usual custom. The day
xi ill, no doubt, be observed in these Islands by
Americans in the same manner as heretofore.
The premises on llerctania street, near the
head of Richards, formerly liclonging to Mrs.
Armstrong, lias lccn purchased by the Oahu
College trustees, for the sum of $10,000, for a
preparatory school for the older establishment
Wc arc given to understand that some under
hand work prevented the consummation of the
race advertised to have been run between the
Ixials Kanoelani and Malia. The public were
much disappointed in Iwing denied the pleasure
of witnessing a contest, which would have lecn
one of the most exciting of the day.
The Cincinnalti Commcraal of Oclolier 23
endorses General James M. Condy, late U. S.
Minister to this country, for the Republican
nominee for the gov crnorship of Ohio. We
lieliexc that General Comly would make a
good gov emor, and if the Americans in the
Hawaiian Islands could decide the question,
he would certainly lie the next Chief Magis
trate for the " lluckeje state."
A reception and lull was given to Captain
llelknap and officers of the Alaska last evening
at the Music Hall by the American citizens of
Honolulu. Many invitations were issued and
a large numlier of people were present. Wc
arc unable to give further notice this week.
The people of Honolulu will regrtt to part
with the Alalia's officers and men xvho have
made many friends during their stay in port.
On Tuesday evening the Itoys Reading
Room Association held their first niinii.il din-
dcr at the residence of Mrs. Monsarrat, in a
room beautifully decorated with Hags and ever
greens lor Inc occasion. llic tames were
weighted with an abundance of ever) thing
that the epicure could wish, mid Mrs. Monsar
rat and Ihe collation committee are deserving
of credit for the tasteful manner in which
everything was arranged. This Association,
organized a 5 ear ago with seven members,
now has a nicmlicrship of twenty-one, and il
is hoped to increase it still more during the
coming year. It is a society that deserves en
couragement, and we arc happy to be able lo
state that it is in a thriving condition. The
expenses of Tuesday evening's collation was
dcfra)l entirely by private subscription, of
the members, and was in every way a success.
Among the toasts proposed vv ere the president,
the vice-president, the secretary, the treasurer,
the future officers, (elected at last regular meet
ing,) the oldest member, the )ounget mem
ber, the press, (replied to by Mr. C. C. Ken
) on,) the absent members. The I'Rl.ss repre
sentative coining in late, after Capt. Dutlon's
lecture, the President proposed the SATURDAY
1'rkss. Several others were proposed, and
before the company dispersed nearly every one
present had made some remarks. A few sdngs
wcrcalsosung by wayof variety and the best pos
sible spirit prevailed throughout the evening.
The bo) s hav c reason to feel proud of their
first anniversary cfibrt, and wc hope they may
enjoy many more such. Only two members
w ere absent liolh unav oidably detained. Three
guests only were invited, representatives of
the Saturday Press, Gazettt and Jiutlttin,
two of whom were present. The members of
the Association are: C. A. ISrown, president:
G. R. Carter, vice-president : W. I Love,
secretary; W. T. Monsarrat, treasurer; J. M.
Monsarrat, W. C, I'arkc, Jr., V. W. Wood,
J. H. llalicock, A. M. ISrown, C. L. Carter,
K. W. Carter, W. M. Graham, W.J. Lawlor,
S. A. Monsarrat, II. Mossman, W. O. Mc
IIr)de, Alex. Rolwrtson, J. L. Torbcrt, J. II.
Wodchouse, Jr., V II. Wodchouse, 12. O.
An Impromptu entertainment was ginn.it
lliln IxMtding school Nov. 71I1. As llie Joung
men were almut to leave for a three weeks va
cation, Ihe principal, Rev. W. 11. Oleson, con
ceived the idea of having Ihe scholars give the
cilicns of llilo a musical treat ns well n lo
give llie people a I teal also. The entertain
ment opened by a pra)cr by the former princi
pal, Rev. I). II. I.) mill. The scholars sang a
great variety of line Selections In Hawaiian
and English, and sang them very beautifully.
They also sang frnm the Jubilee I Ijinn Hook
such as were used by the Jubilee Singers who
drew inimcnseaiidicnccsiiiAmeiicaand I'uropc.
The scholars did themselves a gieat credit In
their fine rendering of the selections mule
from that hook. Their teacher, MixsM. C. Ship
man, deserves very great credit for her success
in teaching her scholars music. 'I he young
men alwa)5 appear well ; they usually dress in
black, anil net like gentlemen. There was a
fine variety of refreshments provided for all.
The following were some that were present at
the entertainment: Rev. I'. I'. Ilakcrand wife.
Rev. J. Kalana, Hon. J. II. Nawahi and wifei
Dr. C. II. Wctmoreand wife, Dr. C. S. Kit
hedge and wife, W. Colvill, Mrs. W. II.
Reed, Miss Jane Deacon, Mrs. W. It. Oleson,
II. A. Uridges, W. Terry, 1 I.) man On
Sunday morning, Nov. 51I1, twcnty.one per
sons were admitted to the membership of I f nil,
church, llilo, of which Rev. Titus Coan is
I'astor. There were nineteen received on pro
fession of faith and two were reinstated who
had been Mormons. All had previously met
at the Pastor's house, he silling up and Rev. J.
Knlama and Rev. D. 11. L) man, examining
each one as to their fitness lo become members
of the church of Grxl. Several of those who
were received were students from llilo Hoard
ing School The U. S. S. Alaska arrived at
llilo, Wednesday, Nov. 8th, bringing U. S.
Minister Daggett and Gov. Dominis, who
vcre guests of Capt. Thomas Spencer.
Much complaint is being made at the reck
less way in which some of the I'unahou schol
ars ride to and from school. At one lime it is
In driving, and of late it Is in riding. On
Monday last a carriage vvas run into and a
child knocked out by the concussion; the
week before a girl was run over in I'unahou
sliest. If carelessness of this nature continues,
ionic serious inquiry will lw the result.
We arc pleased lo learn from A. Jaeger,
Yju., thai a determined and systematic effort
at forestry' I 1 be carried out, the nursery for
which, with experienced attendants, is
ahead)' well under way. Any persons hav
ing iree seeds of any kind, especially of the
native trees, koa, kamani, ncnclcau, wihwili,
kou, etc., will confer a favor and contribute as
a public ln-nelactor by forwarding the tame lo
The following is the programme for the
ISand Cunccrt al Dnina Square at 4:30 I'. M.
O.toui.. "Th 0-tfh"
CtUfU, "'l .M(wsulor
hflcdkm. " Kouko nd Julisl
hi stsh, " K MuJ K-UUiu," new.
The next moonlight concerts will taVe place
va Monday, Km ember 20th, and on Thurs
day, November a.d, In Kmma Square, weather
The torchlight procesion on Wednesday
s-vvning formed near ihe armory and marched
rtr Ihe usual toutc lo the palace and Lack.
It was composed of the (lie comian!c with
an unusually shin turnout of foreigners how ever
the military and abigc numU-rof liovs,
totue six or seven hundred in all. There were
also a numlier of trarujiartncic canud, bear
ing appropriate Inxnipiiun. Near Ihe head of
the proccuiou, which was led by ihe latul, was
a very Urge crown, and la another place was a
large double war fA&oe manned by liclmclcd
w an lor v The Usual address In ihe King was
uwle at the palace, and icceived the custom
ary Kpl). The Illumination of Ihe bell lower
was not equal lo that of Last )car.
Captain Dulton' lecture on "Itivcrs,"
jjlvcn at the theater last Tucwlay evening under
the ausplc of the Library and KcaJing Room
THE KINGS BIRTHDAY.
The morning of the 16th, the King's birth
day, oiened cloudy and threatening, but it
proved a pleasant day for the boat racing, not
withstanding that an occasional shower iasscd
over the town and harlior. The U. S. Alaska
and many ol the sailing vessel in the harbor
dressed ship, even the wrecked Heft, with
only one mast standing, showing a good dis
play of bunting. The local steamers
and schooners also were dressed with flags,
and throughout the town the consular flags
were living. The programme of races vvas
arranged by the committee so as to occupy
the whole day, and all merit credit for the
prompt manner in which everything was con
ducted. The judges were Captain Fuller and
Cousins; Umpire, Captain llalicock; Starter, J
W, Rolwrtson and Time-keeper, K, L. Clarke.
We can only notice the races briefly. The
first, a )achl race, gol oh shortly after 9 A. M.
The course was from the buoy oposile the
Custom House, out the channel and around
stake lioat 01T Waikiki, around another ofT
quarantine ground and back to place of start
ing. The entries were Jhc Ami J, Rtilless,
Kahihitanl, I'auliiit and A'aholemua j first
prire $100, second 50. No decision.
Tile second race was for two-oared boats,
prize $30, about a lulf mile. The Qiittn
Emma won an easy victory over the Raiiiiiwiii.
The thud, a barge race, lo llell lluoy and
back, first prize $100, second $30, wa,J won by
the ArtMciAc over llic hafhlaiuhua and
4th A ii-paddlc canoe race, prire $70,
course same as No. 2, was won by the IMta-
not over the hektauiHalatat. I wo other
entries were withdrawn.
51I1 Whalvlioat racet first prize $70, second
$50, course lo Spar lluuy and luck, won b)
the A'(kaj, Alaiiala second, Sta Hutu lad
6th Four-oared gigs, first prize $50, sec
ond I'jJi course same as Ko. sj the RtJ
ll'iit anJ Bint won easily followed by Ihe
stalU second and Quttit Emma thiul, far
7lh Six-oared gigs, ruled oul.
JSlh Swimming race, prize $15, one-eighth
mile, won byOpu In 3 minutes and II sec
onds. Tlicothxr contestants, Kapule, Kalia
Ictaau and Kauliu, were older than Ihe win
ner. o,th'Iiniucdiatcly after lunch a u coin I )a;ht
race, second class, was started, first pi ire $50,
second $i", course around Spar lluoy to boat
of) quarantine grounds and lack to windward
of Ihe Spar lluoy thence lo place of starling
six small boats stalled out, two of which fouled
SILVER WEDDING AT HI.O.
UniTOR Press: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rein
hardt cclcbratcd'their silver'w edding at their
llilo residence Oct. 2S1I1. Karly in the eve
ning of the 251I1 tilt, large Chinese bombs
were fired; the parties invited assembled on time
and at were least 150 present. The presents
which numbered seventy were very beautiful,
of neat designs, and of great variety, but not
too much of any one article, which is often the
case. There was a beautiful silver tea set
presented by the children. They have been
blessed with eleven children nine of whom are
now- living, with ages ranging from one to
twenty-three) ears. Mr. Reinhardt's age is 5t
and that of Jlis wife 39 )cars. Rev. 15. P.
llaker, Pastor of the Foreign Church, llilo,
made a very pleasing address to the happy
couple. He closed his remarks liy saving that
he hoped they would live to enjoy there golden
wedding. There was a splended variety of
refreshments. AH who attended seemed to
enjoy themselves; dancing was kept up to a
late hour. The following were a few-of the
guests: Rev. K. P. llaker and wife, Mr. L.
Severance and daughter, Mrs. Dr. C. 11.
Wclmore, Dr. Fanny Wctmgre, Mr. II. Dea
con, .Mr. C 1.. Klcliardson and wile, vv. L..
Ruse and wife, Mr. II. A. llridges, Mrs. W.
II. Reed, Miss Clara Shipman, Mr. and Mrs.
D. II. Hitchcock, Miss. Alme Hitchcock,
Mrs. A. II. Leebcnstein, Nrs. Latimer Coan,
Mrs, Jonathan Austin end daughters, Mr.
Ilu(t Austin, Lo Loy and wife, Aiona Akamo,
Mrs. C. Arnold, Mis Maria Conway, Mr.
Sanders and wife, I.. Jesus, wife and daughter,
Mr. II. L. Chase, Mr. Henry' Porter and
Mr. Daniel Porter, Mr. Wilhclm and sister,
Mr. George Goctzee and wife.
llilo, Nov, 2nd, 1882.
KniTOR Saturday Press: The pastor of
I'ort-street Church on Sunday evening last
threw- open a wide door to amusements in gen
eral, including the theaters. There is a differ
ence of opinion in the public mind in regard In
these amusements. Many parents consider the
"theater a school or vice," and object to send
ing their children there. Shakespeare's plays
do not draw; they arc too sssnic. Wood and
murder and licentious love stories are the plays
that draw houses.
Would it not be belter for a minister of the
Gospel to let parents judge for themselves in
regard to their charges? Natural tendencies all
lean llial way without being urged from llie
pulpit, llul the holding up of a lias of re
spectable citizens as a butt of ridicule lo create
a laugh, Ucause they do not drive fast horses,
was still more objectionable. He forgot the
dignity of his calling,
Honolulu, November 15, 1SS2.
THE UNIVERSAL OI'INION.
l'.nnoK I'Ktwi-'Vour icn picture of the
2SU1 ull., of the effects of the free liquor law is
heart-rending. If all that )ou describe can be
seen within a month of the taking cflctt of the
law then the worst that was prophesied of Ihe
law will cu lalnly come lo iass. ilhin a )car
the corroding roots of the cancer of intemper
ance will reach Ihe uttermost country districts
of the Islands.
Our i)mpalhy for Honolulu has Iwcn ex
pressed on seviral occasions, unci when malar
ial fever decimated (he flower of jour foreign
residents 1 diui when- snull-pox stnlched lis
mailed hand lo clutch the life-choids of your
native people, and now agatn'w e I) mpathizc
with )ou when ihe demon Rum hat taken the
latter In his powerful grasp.
"THE RIGHT WAY."
Illilinlt Piuvti The '. C. A. of last week
has n characteristic editorial on the subject of
the small number of foreigners In the last legis
lilivc asscmbl). " It has been put forward" ns
a grievance," sa) Ihe Advttllttr, "that the
white population of these isliuds have not been
represented by their own elected representa
tive in the legislative assembly." And then
we Inve a long list of reasons accounting for
Ihe fad deplored, why so few while men arc
elided lo the assembly, ending with llic cul
minating one, "they do not take any pains
about it, or go the right way lo work lo n duc
tile election of any of their number."
"The Right Way I" Ignoring the light uhiy
accounts for Ihe grievance complained of. It
ma), therefore, be of some use to have the
" right way" (minted out for the benefit of ns-
pirants, and the relief of those whose claims
are thus tacitly acknowledged. "The Right
Wn)" that is the point lo be considered. Let
us looknt the "way" that ha heretofore proved
to be the "right" one, so tint the future may
profit by the experience of the past.
One essential lo success is for the aspirant lo
secure, by purchase or subsidy, a press that
shall be subject to his control, nt all limes, anil
for all purKises. Wc will say, for example,
that our friend William Mason Jobsnn is an
aspirant for a seat in the legislative assembly,
ami has a newspaper thus nl his control. At n
suitable lime, sevcml months before election
day, let him announce himself a candidate for
that position, anil as three representatives arc
to be chosen in his district, let him put forth
a ticket thus: .
WILLIAM MASON JOIISO.N,
I'll'.KOI I KAIIANA,
Lach of these confreres has a circle of friends
who will be more less active for the ticket.
Hut these influences are not enough to secure
success beyond pcradventurc. So sonic further
ruse must be resorted to. There is another
native, llopolino, who has aspirations in that
direction, so another ticket is announced, thus:
WII.ll.VXt MASON JOtlSON,
Thus another circle of influences is secured,
but yet not enough to mike Jobson's success
absolutely sure, so a third ticket comes out, as
WIILIAXI XIASON JOtlSON,
These and similar announcement may be
made indefinitely, and of infinite-variety, each
securing a local or personal influence; but care
must be taken lo have Johson at the head of
eviry ticket, so tint the influence of each and
every candidate and his friends, will inure to
the benefit of Johson. Let each announcement
in Jobson's paper be accompanied with re
marks to the effect that "The Honorable Wil
liam Mason Johson seems to be a favorite in
all quarters, and hi election is sure by a large
majority." Let ballots be printed for the sev
eral tickets and circulated profusely through
the district. As no one else is mean enough,
or has demacofruery enough to resort to the
same tactics, it will be strange if it is not an
nounceil after the election that "Jobson is
elected by a large majority." The unsophisti
cated native electors have been misled by the
ruse he has played upon them, and even the
King may be cajoled into the belief that Job
son is a man of wonderful popularity and parts,
and may perchance offer him a seat in llie Cab
inet possibly he may make him Premier and
Safely elected, it is of little consequence how
Jobson carries out or ignores llic pledges he so
lavishly made during (lie canvass. He may ad
vocate either side, or lth sides, of every im
portant question before the legislature and
dodge a vote on either or all of them with im
punity. Now let not (he "white men" of Honolulu
hereafter be taunted by the '. C, A. with the
charge that "they do not go the righl way to
work to secure Ihe election of any of their
nvmber," on the pica that they did not know
the "right way," since it has K-m so clearly
pointed out to them.
t. u. r.
orbit terminating In Ihe darning unm of tin thouMiid .Ml.iri but 11 is by mim enlrrme
olar s)xtcni I irtrayeil by a ronspntiousdia
gram which is meant lo Assure the doubtful
reader of Ihe great accuracy of mch ft conclu
sion. Convinced of Ihls he Is Mill reminded
that the " fiictlonat lient " to gcncratnl will be
(ixlcndcxl In the limit of the Hilar Influence in
voMng the universe, nml that mch a catastro
phe mutt m-eur within n few yean. Ilnl we
will nol prolong a contlderallon of lhee dire
predictions, which are but rlillon In kind
of whit has Ix-en tillered before, time and
again, iixm Ihe appearance of any mmmial
phenomena. I'm our tait, wc feel infer from
the vitllalioti of celestial than trnesltl.il Ills,
ami lensl of nil do wc ciit lo be dragged out
of existence by anything so unsubstantial a a
'I he cnmcl nl present visible In our sky wa
first discovered by (.'mils, nl Rio dc Janeiro,
llnrll, on the truth day of September, and n
seitind comet of excteillng brilliancy (said to
bo Tlinlloit'a comet,) wn oliservrd nl Nice, In
Frame, for the first lime on September lHU,
hIhiiiI J west of the sun. 'the latter, on llic
same day, was nlso seen by the inked eye in
bio-id day light from several mrl of lurui,
and In the United Mxtc. It I dcscrllKil ns
having a remarkably brilliant nucleus and "n
short and bushy tail," and lo lie progressing
rapidly towards the ratlli, It mutt ben "re
inirkahlc" comet, a described, for another
account says: "Il Is rapidly receding from
Inith the earth mid sun," and l'rnfcor Hon,
of Ihe Dudley Olixuvatoiy, Allnny, believes,
nlso, that il It the tame comet nt lint discov
ered by Crulls, of Rio tic Jancrio, on Septem
ber tcnlli, the coiucl now visible here. It Is
also thought by him lo be Identical with the
comet of liHijnnd 18S0; that it will appear
ngiiu In l88, nml that il period will become
more mid more brief until It will be precipi
tated urion Ihe sun. As near ns we arc able to
comprehend the data nt hand, lliit comet Is nt
one and the same lime receding from the sun
and advancing Inwards il, diving straight for
lite earth, nml also slinking away into space; it
presents two aspects, according ns n long or n
short tall is most handy; it goes minimi the
sun once in thirty-seven years, or once In three
)c.irs, just ns it pleases, It i nt once a new
comet ; Tholloii's comet; Ihe count of 18(3,
and so that of 1SS0. llul il it not satisfied
yet ; and being unable to agree with itself any
longir it split up into three pieces on October
5U1, and later on, divided up again into live
more, so that now there nrc eight pieces, which
though refusing lo unite again, nrc traveling in
company. Truly, this Is the most extraordin
ary comet of which wc have heard.
moralists a question whnhcr Ihe moral cffiit
of no mm h display of person on Ihe part of
some young Uifle Is not producing Injurlim
efTerts, ami for this muse some declination to
Hire were thr year preeriled.
Prom among your (Mrople the welcome face
of I'lrtrlen Kctihoimigh mid Henry Poor were
noted n new miner, while Win. O. Irwin
eemt M much al home mi our ttrrel at al Ihe
eoinr of I'ort anil Ujieen, Mr. Alhnon
utm lo lre Improved somewhat In hemllh,
while W. I'.. Potter look illdeilly In trim for a
Unit at wiling iMtne, iinnufactuiing lee or
any oilier llein hating profit in il.
I cannot close (hit letter without ngaln call
ing atlenlloti In Ihe Improved npK-irancc and
new life Infuteil Into'lhc I'REM, nml I predict
A wiccc In Ihe entcrprlte under ihe new man
agement. Paper hera In California, nrc very
miMlitfitlory. No one emi deny llral the A'.t
iwiimt I the lie! wir for ncw 1ml, differ
ing fnm me In wi!l(le. I do not rewl II a'
icgulirly n llic lliilltlln, Call, Chismitlt, er
Alia 1 but boll all four down and the gilt of It
would prove oor menial nbuhim nml now,
with the prestige of a successful wrty tuppijrt,
the four tunned mutt look lo their laurel or Ihe
httniiiiti will certainly lend them, 'cilnn,
followed by that much admired weekly the Ar-
gtmaut, whose utterance while, lo many dis
tasteful, have, nevertheless, Ihe ring of the
true metal ami sincerity. An hoinrst foe It at
wa)t respected, ami when recently Pithy, al
n nulling, nbitied Ihe "Pope's Irish, " he had
eoinpuatlvdy a respectful hearing, though
many present wire of that number, and he
was allowed to talk, for tlu-y reallrcd that he
wat nol afraid lo nay what he thought nml
meant what he said. Hut our friend Pitlcy, In
tacking himself lo the prohibition ilcphant'
tail, hat been switched off most uncomfortably,
nnd though his candor is admired his judgment
may sometimes be questioned. Img live the
Argonaut! nny way,
I look forward to your letter on Stock from
this quarter as, perhaps, throwing some iglit
on Ihe continued depression In "Hawaiian
Commercial" and "I lech," nnd an Item of
absorbing intirest will be In learning to what
extint Theobald & Co. place the llawaiiin
loan of six per cents, which, these limes, it
fair Interest, though quotation from New York
show ev en to be the figure. Well, wc shall
sec I I'erham, if the security is satisfactory,
your bond will sell for an ndvancc of 102
-- nrtEWBit & Co.
lln-ottae, II, I
leihorsncubf it Milxi Jer, il M
tasting list hf MrttbunillMi
K. 1'. ADAMS, AUCTIONKKK.
rjnOULAIt CASH SALft,
OUR CELESTIAL VISITOR,
Apparently, very exact conclusions have not
yet lieen arrived at by astionomcrs in regard to
the elements of the splitidid celestial .visitor
stilt visible to the naked eye at early morn in
our eastern sky. Neither ill identity, periodi
city, or the form of Its orbit, seem yet to hav e
been definitely asccitain, and sensational news
paper conjectures find food lo live iqxm In the
differences of opinion which have 1k.ch uttered
as coming from astronomers in various parts
of theglolic, Thut, llic reading public have
lieen entertained with sundry stories of possi
ble collisions, mysterious attractions, in some
cases, truly weird to contemplate. It was to
intersect the earth's orbit, and a collision
might result that would sweep away life from
the-face of the earth; or Jhjsiail might be
passed through, ami the Inhabitants of the
earth lie subjected to the equally disastrous,
ordeal of breathing an atmosphere of fire, and
the end 6f our tale be merged In the tail-end of
the great cornet. If not fire, the tail might be
gas, and If hydiogcn, a terrific explosion
would occur by a contact with Ihe oxygen of
our almittphcre, and a deluge of water would
finish up the career of such as might have es
caped the moie hnmedialu effects of Ihe explo
sion, Hut the gas migli be carlionic acid,
which licing heavier than Ihe atmosphere,
would displace It, and we be subjected to the
more pleasant mode of death by charcoal
fumes. Il will certainly fall into the sun
one ait'r says j and the ominous spiral ol lit
OUR SAN J'RANCISCO LETTER.
San Francisco, Novembers, 18S2.
L'UIIOR Prlss: To the ignominious de
feat of the Republican party, under whose
banner I have marched for twenty-one years
nnd whose mistakes has caused llicir signal
failures all through the United States, I find
my opening topic for my usual letter. " We
have met the enemy and arc his'nl" to lie
smashed "lock, stock and barrel," lo be
"smitten hip and thigh," all aptly express the
position of the grand old party whose efforts
in the good old times, whose war record,
whose long list ot martyrs will ever lie In our
memory. The Republican party have met
with their greatest defeat, nnd the deafening,
derisive crowing of the Democrats may be
heard on every side, but with the satisfaction
poor as it is of knowing that the result was
anticipated and was largely-due lo "bossism"
a new word among the many being daily-
coined to express more fully what the "United
States, language" at present docs not conv ey,
President Arthur, leaving the cares of State Jo
run the local election in New York, is not
looked upon vv ith favor; I-'olgcr, placing his
office with subordinates for the same purpose;
party leaders in California throwing overboard
a man like Judge lllakc and putting up a poli
tician and wire-puller for governor; adopting a
Sunday plank without sufficiently explaining
its provisons, thereby antagonising the German
v ote which heretofore could be depended upon
as strongly republican ; they threw their" influ
ence almost solid for the nominees of the Dem
ocratic party, "hence these tears!"
Many amusing items, in spite of all this dis
appointment, will present tlu-iir.cr.es; and
one relates to Alexander Iladlam, candidate
for assessor in this city and for miny y ears the
incurrfbent of that office, who felt so sure of
success as to brag considerably, as follows:
"It's a cold day when I git left, and don't
you forget it I" Ami now that he is Ixully de
feated, decidedly left by a large majority, the
salutation by democrats lo republicans is:
"It's a cold day, don't you think so?" While
we can meekly reply : " It 'i a cold day, and
we all got badly left."
Hut, jo'king aside, if litis will only teach tly:
party a lesson, purify it and bring it up to the
standard it is so capable of making, "this light
affliction, which endurcth for a season, may-
work out a far more exceeding and eternal
weight of glory." After a storm wc may ex I
pect a calm, and after all this excitement at
tendant upon a general election, wc may again
settle down to regular business.
Larly rains hav e continued opportunely and
inopportunely according to locality. I'armers
in this vicinity have already commenced plough
ing and a premature winter seems to be at
hand affecting some values materially, small
fruits and vegetables having about dropjied out
The principal item having speculative Inter
est at present seems to he the hop yield, which,
in the face of large acreage and satisfactory
crops, commands a high figure, one dollar
per pound being freely bid in the eastern mar
kets as vv ell as here makes a handsome profit to
all concerned, but next season every farmer
will put all into hops and reverse this state of
thing, or at least that has been the custom
heretofore. I.et a fair profit present itself in
any article and all engage in that to Ihe utler
annihilation of profit to any.
The lioom In coal oil prophlsicd las not ycl
brought aliout alarming results but when ope
rators make contracts for over one million tur
rets the prcseumplion is In favor of a corner in
which not 11 few or our merchants arc already
interested, and an advance, though slow, K
sure to come as consumers will shortly ascer
tain. Staple goods remain unchanged, 1 leans
dropped off to low cr figures but now are vrong.
er with a prospect of continued firmness; po
tatoes hold their own but fairly, with no extra
stocks of first-class quality in hand. Onions
only fair as to price, nnd (ioor 'keepers." Ap
ple go forward lo your market In large quan
tities leaving here In fair condition at a price
with fair margin of profit to shippers, the varie
ties liehrg hardly up lo receipts of prcv ious sea
sons, and the heal of the Sun will nol nrulalily
Improve the quality tn reult,
l'or amusements I note Ihe California Thea
ter which hat presented a soil of a cros be
tween "Uncle Tom's Cabin" and the "Octo
roon," and one It led to say " how happy might
I be with one were the other dear charmer
away " for while ihe " While Sla v e," it Is tl rong
ly Insisted upon, It not plagiarism, entirely
original, etc., etc., one must see strong similar
ities lo both of the aforesaid well-worn plays,
without the Intense Interest brought out by
Uncle Tom' wrong and tliijws, and the beau
ty and sorrow of Zoc.
The carnival closes) last SaUuday evening af
ter a most gratifying pecuniary and artistic
tuecxfsa, with a nt profit of about twenty
(.ndiex nml Cenlleinen visiting San T'ranciico will
finil s cry ilesiraljle Furnislieil Kooint I'.n Suit ami Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomery Sr , Corner lluili. Mrt.
I'. Honey, formerly of Honolulu.
Card Matches, I'ortner' Holler,! liar tela
Ileal Plaster, I'ranWIIn Stove Coat,
Hair Maltrctsei, Double and Sin
gle,'Iialeof llxcclilor, Metis
of Trunk, Second-hand
Safe in good order
and at extremely
A CM let.ri of
ltanh'rt TotSf Mffirtttf jfftt,
(Jut tliittrr (JttrrjttftM, '
Jtnitntrtt Top itiiutih
A!o, er bark UtwarJ Aftft
Cases Yellow MeUl, 18. 20, 22, 24 ounces,
Kegs of Cotnpoiitiou Nails,
and Ox Carts.
AT If) A- M
Xnvrmbrv MM, JHSV,
OKOcr.tmui, kmmjioak, medium imr..u),
K. I. A I) AMU. At.t.nr,
To ttie Ladles.
rJcgant fancy work for the holidays. Order txVtn
and IctKoiK given tn chenille, tilks, nnd crewel embroi
ilery. Work to be teen everyday from 10 a. m. to a P.
M , at iji Tort i.trcet, (next door to Dr. Hrodie.)
J AMD AT KALIIII.
MORTflACTP 1 A f r
V Iftttrttwi by rtt NU m4 &,, ft wnv,
lUtM IK-WMtr-T 11, plyf, tiM t, fa fclUf .
I t9M wt H n4 m, nl uh m9m o mtrff.
Mai. I m tiff tot t-stU -tJ M ss.iU-x--n-a l If.-u.
Hnltirri n y, I)r.rn 1ir , 1HH2
Af it GTttok Ncnn, II that ceriAtn pxWt or
PAKcni, or land unrA'rrD in kamiii,
Onto, l dWfftwl f hV I Uoftl JVetrf Hn. t.tt,
KIjm No, itefi, to HmimU, iWftJ, f.iUr A
M lit! NTta, amfMff n arm A t rtyvmU mh,
OemUilnir t4 TWO WOODKM IIOUKRII IVw
Aft fitt Kaii I'atchmoh ih i'ft-jity
tVeJ t ihm .tn4 ot (rfirthiMf. Tcrmt. k.
f C. P. ADAMS, Auction!-,
K I K I
Ilr order rIOIIK M. llf.MKINO. I will offer at
lie Auction, on
Hrtttirtlnr Novm1fir 25tfa,
To the Ladies.
'I he women of Madeira are ahead of all other nation
in the art of luind embroidery and crotchet work; a full
line of the name ex Glengaber it now on view in thii
city. Alto n nplendid assortment of ladies underwear
hand embroidered. Call and ee. Diat & Gonzales.
M 1 1
The undersigned deisireto eijircst publicly hit ap
preciation of the voluntary awUlance rendered to him
and his companion, after the accident to the jacht Ma
i'ti, by Captain 1 Wilcox of the Pauline. Alw to
express publicly hit delegation of the action of the
coxtwamaml crew of one of the royal barges who de
clined to render tmiMance atktd for.
Honolulu, November 18, 188a. 116-tt
-.-. - ..i---A
Successful House 1 A Succes-ful Home I A strik
ing instance of tuccess In a Retail Dry Goods way is
afforded by the leading Milinery House of Charles J.
Tishel, corner Fort and Hotel street. The Proprietor
Mr. Kishel has acquired the art of holding custom. Any
Dry Goods House can, by freely advert iitng, draw cus
tomers once or twice J but to hold them, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality.
Goods must be marked down and sold for what they
are: never mi we present any article. 1 hat is the policy
of Charles J. I ishel, and that policy has made the firm
one f the greatest in its line, on the leading thorough
fare of Honolulu. The Leadiiix Millinery Store of
Charles J. rischel, Is to Honolulu what Macy's Is to
New York. Charles J. Fishel makes a specialty of Mil
liner)' staT The store is one of the tights of the city.
All of the above eoods are In an excel
lent condition, and wilt be sold low to
An Inquisitive Friend
of ours was asking questions on various subjects, for In
formation. There happened to be a mule (a pure Ha
waiian mule), tied near the door; our friend asked if they
shod them on tho hind feet. Some said es, others no,
basing their opinion on the strength and courage of a
person that could do that job. To satisfy him-clfhe
lifted one of the mule's feet. The mule looked around,
laughed with his cars and lifted the other foot The
man was satisfied that that mule was shod. Ashe worked
himself together he struck a 11 line for MAKCHANTS
to get some of that well known Horse Hbd Tobacco,
which Is a sure cure for broken jaws. Also some fine
Manilla Cigars, and when he took a box of those nice
Kalakauas, he blessed the mule for putting him in the
way of finding All Kinps of Smoker's Goods, first
quality, at cheapest rates. na t
A ST0R HOUSE PARLORS.
ASTOR MOUSE IJINING AND
Numben 76 and 78 Hotel Street.
Board by tmk Day, Wepk, or Tkawsient
Hilliardst Cigars, Cigairettes and Tobacco, Soda Wate
Aud other iced, drinks, Meals served tn
AT ALL HOUIts.
HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS.
Al l o'clock, ntxrn, l -lr4rnm, llul (.Main uc. Ol
irul of I.ANU In MilriLI belonging la lh U lr
tint, nd ctmulninjt
nun or l. Tlwr t 'IWO IIOUSKH n lh
ruiM)r, A l.rjit (art iA ihr brxl is ll .!.! ml
will furnish l.rg. fu.fituit
'IVre ate lw Urt numl-r of ISANAJM TREES
and f nm 1 rt upon idt landi.
. E. P. ADAMS. Auctloner.
OUSE AND LOT AT AUCTION
lljf direction of C O. Hall, E., I -ill hII at Millie
f JOn SATURDAY, Konmt-r JJ, !!,
At i o'clock, noon, at my saloroom, In Honolulu, tn.
HOUSE ANI Un Kcrmly ox.l by th, Urr.
A.O torbes. at Kawatahao, Honolulu, more particu
larly ilscrieti in Koal 1'atem So. 1018, and contain,
ing an area of ij.ioo of an acrt The houu It two
stones, of stone, with slate roof, and contains
with adjoining one-ttory building formerly occupied
by MesKrfl. Castle A Cooke ai a counting-room. Car
riage house, MaUca, etc. Water laid on.
Deed at Ihe expense of purchaser.
For further particular inquire of K. O. HALL, or
r P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
IIFNWV J. IIAWT.
KU.1S A. HART.
Almanac and Annual for 1883
ll now in course of publication.
Societies and Departments desirous of correct j pre
sentation will please adv!e the publisher of any changes
since last Issue.
IntcndiUaT advertisers will confer a favor by haitdinz
in their adtcrtitciiientt as early as convenient, and
parties desiring special quantities of the coming edition
ill please lea early orders.
.Hingis vviic J". vr iissiitu uuiu-iu uut.
iM-iin T1IOS. 0. THRUM, Publisher.
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
Marble 'Work of e-erjr description
made to order at the low.it
Ahnununts ah J htaJt tones tteaneJ an J teset.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
)o Fort Street, near Hotel Sis.
No. 8J Kino Stmht.
TUIVATK DWIUXINO-IIOUSE, Urg an.1 com.
modious outbuilJuigs, ctu; free water; good locality.
COn'AOES tn the mot central tart of cilj; also on
FURNISHED ROOMS on Emma strcci, ami in
other rts ol the city ana suburb.
FURNISHED ROOMS on King street, ihtie mln
ulcs walk train postoltuc; bath anu csery conveni
A FEW STAI.I.S in stable on King street, central
A FRESH INVOICKOC
ev MarthA leasts, direct from th. nunufacturers, con
suttng o( r.vrt.1
PAI't'lERIE-S. NOIE. L:
llll.l., I.I.OAI, ami FLAT PAPKRb and l.NVr.l
Ol'l.. from No. s lo No.
sale by I1I0.S. 0 IHRUM,
iri'l ER. CAI1
ax and axs.
AG1, IN TINS, for-uUby BoU.i 4x Co.
XTOllCli DURING Til
I sence of our Mr. Win. (1.
Join, Mr. Wm, M. (iitfardwill
DURING THE IEMTORARV All.
ti. Irwin, Ovut this King
ill attend to th. busiaraa of
mini VV M. II. IKWI.N KM.
UTM. WENNER & Co.,
9 Foar Srmirr, IIONOLfLi'.n. I,
Hare re-openeJ at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kind,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs. &c.
Ladies would da well to call and examine our stock ti
llracclets. Droochei, ..oclets, Karrines etc.,
which Mere especially elected with a
view to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard as no
impot tant uie. ana an jvi tmiuuru m us ui
be executed in a manner secuui to none,
Of every detcrllon done tj order. rnIcuUt atten-
tiun is paid to orders aniub wurk frunt the other
Islands. While ihaiikloj the public fur past
favors, return lo hop that our Jooj t
nnc la thM I -Lands Ul enable u I
to oUaut a fair shar of ertronag
Quick Atflrff ami Smalt J'ro.!,"
liour uiotto, and ve sliallleepta Uot.k e.uyaii.U U
WW I in vt wwmm. )!"
The underpinned liavine been a pointed by the Hcxu
t. r. j una, xumei justice ol the ftufireme
Court, a Cc4nmiUoner to sell
THi; RE.L ESTATK OF THE LATK
W. Jm moehokua.
Hereby gives notice that on
Tuesday, 21st Day of November. 1888,
At AlinJani Hale, at i o'dotV, noon.
He will m!1 at Public Auction all the right, title and
interest of the said W U MOKIIONUA. deceased, U
in and to trie following teal estate, ru-
AT KAX.IHI, OAHU,
NO. 1, LOT Or KULA LAND
Icatel on the maula iiie of Government Road, ami
about l,coo feet toward Honolulu, from
the ecnu'scs or C T Culick.
Area, 11 5-lOth Aci-m.
NO. 8. LOT OF KULA LAND.
On the mauka tujeof Ouvcmment Rood, cxtciulinf
from the road nearly to the shore.
Areas, 162 6-lUths Acresv,
NO. 3, LOKO PAHOUNUL
With 10 Acres of Kula adjoining.
Whole Ar. 36 4-lOtfc. Acre.
NO. 4, LOKO ANANOHO,
With small strip of Kula adjoining
Areas, 66 Acre.
NO. A. AUIKI,
With strip of Kula Land adjolninc
Am, 18 if-1 (Hit. AorsMx.
Land at entrance lo KaliM Valley:
9 PIECES Or TARO LANS,
In Lou varying from Jf of an Acre to y. Acres,
PIECES OT KULA LANS
In 1x41 vary-to from Acre to Acres,
1 LOT or GRAZING LAXD,
At h mouth of KaraauaiU Valley, contain
Ini; 4 Aciev
8 LOTS IN PUULENA, BCANOA.
KTOriCli-NotkcUhersbyetseo that all Monies
IN due fur reult tut Unda under leas, in lb. AIIU
TUAA OK WA1I.UKU. MAUI, are luyabl. to luy
aitents. Win, (I. It in o Co.
lly hit atiurney In fain. Wn, (i. Um. m-im
irANIED. A SMART IIOV EOR STORI",
VV (foctI(itci)uftlivlflir IthMsisanmlsi.cfcrrsl.
AiiTy to 1. 11. IA NCII. J Km stiect.
JLANTATION OVERSEER WANTUD.
A4y Immediately lo U UREWKRkCa, llw
lulu, or to !. loatr, 1'ah.U, Kau, IaiL 114 tf
TJOUISH I'lCKI.KS. ASSORT KD, QUART!
foe aal by Boll & Co.
T7CS0H SAHS, IN llOXES OR hMALl.
JV I'aclim- IkuU by BoUe Lo. 111
I-NOINE SOR S.M.r.
J2, IViwer i ujln.. Is i-rfect order.
Ut luu I ruHixsCu.
C HAKE. 6s MEItCHANI'S
h. ooly authoiued Axwa of lU
'In. fsAlLUlJAV l'.KAA
w bU otbva.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undettijned hat isceoily luted uu
tn elegant style, the UrK rooAy Cottage (jenmly I
sontllnf to the lmon estate, 00 Nouamj tercel,
beyond the CsNunvetclal liout (rsinlMt,
for the uroo. of touduainf
A snsviiw Iinlgn Hatwss.
In. nauMofthU iJeaiaiaf'"" It tn. " Willi E
IHfUbt. II Cannot b supau-J Ut III. IUiJoui i
cowiort ana Clcanune.
THE UKOUNDS ARE SI'ACIOUS
anJ omamenied ssith sLad. tteet.
lUnona of resjicstabiUty may always be tur. of acheei
ful bom. tbi.. A ftWuxf-euueu U Mt Akait lor th. cws
venhnr. of gurus, A FEW MOkt MOUUI AKE
VAC AN I, TeriM always sswderalfc
MRS. . T, WHITE. llonUtoe.
wTUanyefour reailn will itawrasXer Mrs. Wlia
ai i.o.Uiw of the loJiiujj houw on 'un ui.es, J.
Uulutt ih. a&ihia staUet, hkh wm susk cum.
NtuU swum vukiW Ut iwunetewnnl. ttt-lt
Varying ftom 3101 be la a tiotht Acre.,
Mostly 1 am Laad.
HONOLULU-1 PIECE Or LAMB
Itirecily lu rsr of and adiLiun Music HaU IjtA,
cooulnlag ifioulhtolaa Act.
Or-at, K.1H9, with Hutu Titer.
jl Ami, nor or less ; Survey nu jet bushed.
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