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Ho-mimi. II I . July iHi
Men hanU have been complnlmnal an the week that
the mutter ! opening up dull J ntst is a lo the sale of
c l fi m mail tll"
I l.r II V, Almy i ktsding sbrwly, and will sail netl
week 'I ii.Mlay r the day now fitetl, fml II n pmW
he nuv be deiatrwl mill later m ihe week
Nie of tn diiiifnTl of nf . anWH to a- I V
Malion.?.! tlaft, at. tswrrig iMiwf lathe
new mnlMw, and Ik' rwi:ts are n h
hir frnpht list, CorwWeringlhe farl tb.1 bol Hill of OUT
tjulf i now comntif Ifl.
Itwmaitet is we I wiJied with all kind of ("aH
f.,tnu pt.lur Redwnl poMt and ihilHllM are in It
ceof the demand, and can lie pri rawed nntte wharf
At le rale than llie cost rif imiortalkm
ll,rti.oK4ilijlforlhln(on Krng slrm, beWMr.
irnc I., the e-me of M J. Row, et by Mr I- I'
Ailamsal eiHIiun, w. it,b' Mr S. M Damon being
1 imr, hater
VV c aie adtned by lh treawer ol Hie rauaaa .-tagiir
( I hat there will he a dltklend of a on ll capital,
f , .l.r month of July, rMyM July 1IU, al llie nffire
of I HrewrrA: Co
ll.i- formation of a Sto k Eaehsnge In Ihr city r
1 ltd upon by viireewhhrntiaideraWe alarm, fearing it
will iirmnot sliak gambling, bur lot object of organ.
mug the m hang, is leprewnled b) 111 omrnm lo l
in rder 10 rytnl lUl very thing. Mol "f our promi
nent iii-rilianls are connected with the eichange, and
ihe ele.tion of Mr A. I arlwrlghl a in preiliiir.l
sh u I l,e a stiflrnienl guarantee I hat I he limine will
U mdiutcd upon a ound Iwwit.
Arrive! at Pott of Honolulu.
Kit aura tloti. Mm, Sear, from Kaliulul
- J !)' ft
C K l!wi"p, Mm, I nmron, imtn r.ami
Jjuitn MaVc-f, iini, McD-jfraM-froin Kauni ..
jiiiuinl'), tm, Nrl., fn.tn Waiirunah..
.Marlon, mI, fr-Jtn KttVuiliatlr.
WtlrU. m li, from Maliko,
l.ikrhlr, im. Kinff,fnin Hiloaml way -orl.
l m. till, frotn !' (wilt mi '
MMlrakaU, ikh, Crnnr. fmin IVekciiL
l.hnknl, rirrrom UaUlua..
l'aiulii, upfront llanaM
Kauikrairtih.Kh, from llMitAaa
I Hiiui'tM, (rr M, Sclinatm)rr, from Uirnin,
Iwalahi. Mm, Ita1r, fin koua, KattHnil Maaben
Ka Mot. wiif. fr" Iujrtl'khoe . ..
tttn. Si'icrl. ih. frpm Kolau .;
irnni Walker, m hr. fiin l'.itaikmi . ..
.mma, wi.a Irum KimUu
Kulinanu.Kli. from O-Aala
Mailiu, kU, fruin J'auVaa
Moi Knki, ftchr, frtwo Jjiriat
Il)tu) tma l.orrntn,fui liana and Mololai
Kaluna.llaw vh.. I well, tut Ajwibng
I) C Murriy. Am I V, Kink, for b. F. .
1 lb. Am bkliie, Ilowf.hiri). r. ... . . .
C K. KUttop, Mm, Canwron fur Kauai. ,
K.latia llou, Minr. ftrar. for Kalitihii ..
iainri Mtre. McPonaM. for Kauai . . . .
larion, li, for KuLuihaele
Wailele, tdi, fr Katiului anJ Maltkd . . ..
Wak.IL wli, for I 'xiuJ.au
M.Vkoltl, win., MtdrtLjor, U Kiilau
I.ikrltkr, urn, King, for IJiloan-l wa rt
MjI.J.j.m-Ii. for I Uka'ati (
Krk.iuluolii. kth, ft HaiialW
Kliukal, ch for U'alalu i , .
l.uka, tch, for Kohala
Irluu, kltn, Iottnen, far Mulokal fttjd llano..
llaleakaU, wii,for ltrekca
WaSiiulu. ftcti, for Kotu
Ilmina, tch. (or Waianae
Manuolawal, h, fur Kawaihie....
titirsrr, Am Urn, Coll'V, (ot Von 'lowntrnd
I walani, Mtu, Hatrc, for (aui arid Hawaii....
Merchant Vieli Now In Port.
Jl'IIA, 'Irlit .
SlIANIION, l'a4tflll .
II W AtMV. Krfemid.
. (itr. U
...It. I. J. M. S
VeiseU Hiprctnl from Forelcn Porta
Nn Yiimk, Am. I.k. Sr-ARTAK Croivley
NoJue. Cusll. A. Coket ARrnts.
I. vti:t.Kt., Itril. I.k, Ulf of An,upa . l)imy
Due Srpt. 1-5. (I. W. Alacfarbnc a: Co, Archil,
l,llj hntt. Mill bk. .MALL1ATB . . . l.ilklll
llnbrpl. iS'io. T. II. Davie A Co., Agent.
Na Ytiak', lint. 1-lc IlKNhY jAMfl . . .Laltimore
1 j l.l early in June, CaMle & Cooke, Acetitl.
SrlNi, r M .1 S, Al'rAllA 'I'ulloch
Dm. J'ily)x II. llackfrlJ&Co., Acentl.
San (a ' . n, o a 4. Makikma. . .. lloanl
Due J il, t V. II, Irwin 3t Co., AeenK.
Jffcw CA;rL . h S, , Am. Ik., M. Rlitnnt T Seart
llarMKN.tic 1 MAIATtAN
IrfjaililiK l-i) II. II. Ilackfel.l . Co., AKemc
Naw CAari r, N r W, - Itai tr III k. . . ..
Fur .Maluiko ta
I'oaT (lAMitLit, Am. i-k., Kmkkalii. ... . . (Sailer
'.tow ilue. II. Ilac'.felil It Co., Arii.
San Kkancisco, I' M i S, ClTViifSviiNnv DeailKjrn
Due August 4 II. Ilackfelj ri Co., Ai;cnla.
Hah r kanciuo. Am. tkltie. Disciivkhv .I'erriman
Du July ai'Ti. II. llaclftM&Co., Agti. .
ilotioN, Am. Lit .Maktiia Davis llenv
luajliif May J. C Hrewer fit Co., Axentl.
The l--,ar.fchip Kinjio iouki a neat at a fin,
-wttei1 ner freli coal of (aim,
'lite Hawaiian tchoouer Julia ii in llie Ureani ia l
inn, tic She haili fur the YettMaril, on or ab
'I he Itril ti ihiii Shannon i at llie fuot fif tteain J
Likehle't whaif, luijiu fur San IVjikisco, tuuil
'Ihel'. M S. S. AuMralia will l due fnmtlecolo
nie lu mortuw, en ruule to San r'rancivo. A laruc
iiuuiUr of htwni;erft are louke4 lu o un her.
'Ilu (lerinan lurk Canopua arrived on'lueda) livt
fiom Itiemcu, with a tfrneial caro of Kurui.in i;io.U,
roiitiijtied lo Mrkr. Ilackfelj X Ca, which kite is dit
(haiHmiat I .M. S. h. whaif.
Fiuin llremen, Jier Canoput, July at A ltears
thitd. From Kauai, er amet Makee, July ai Mtt
Wodchome (i), Kev. Wainwrishl atul wife
From Kaliulul. wr K'dauea llou. lulv ai W n Al
waltr, K II liralum, U Armttrung, H It II
llaUey, S II
ait. , J II Sullivan,
rruin Kauai, tier C R ltislioti, July n Mr Simp-
ton and velvant, I, II Slots, J Lrandall, J
. I, II Slul, J CranJall, J II l.hler, N
Hotle, Mrt llre.1. and child, Mrt 1, Kicfi:
Itichardt and ter
tatil, Mr and Mitt Wtdi.
From Kuna and Kau, ir Iwalaui, July aj W 0
Suiitli, V lluiiiJiiie, Mrt Warren, Mr (towel), Mr
McDude. Dr Hulcher and wife, V. I' Clank, II I, I'at.
tenter, Mrt (Iclcliclor ami tenant, S V Cowelt, '1 1
Salt, K Ko and family,
Jiom windward puttt er l.ikehke, July aa S IVr
utli.J WC.ai, l: IICuuK!
, wife and child, K K III.
Kenton, Akaka, wire and child, KK Hindi, 'I I' llt-
i ii.iuiikihin, n,r ii ,, ii.uey, ,t r.nua aim wile.
.Mr llatlinct, )r 1 jidert, W Kots, w II Coinwell and
a childien, D II lUldwin, F Conradl, V I' Homer
For San Francltco, ir Ula, July tj-". f Crrti;h,
1 Conrad, J lletidcrtoti and wife,
For Kauai, per Janict Makee, Julyal V V Horner,
Father Slcler, MUt lilcoml,, K A Mai fie.
Fur Kauai, tier L It llithop, July tj C Sutherland,
MttClotwn, C Writ, V II Cornwrll, S.MNMulinan.
Fur Maui and Hawaii. rer Lehua, July at 0 Unna,
J T McCru.vn. wife and child, W II HaUcad, Mia A
Ahu(k, Mr. Weed.
Foe South Seat, er Kaluna, July II Sima, wife
and a children, y; returned taVxiren, inclttdinir women
and children, l)r IWIic.
For Kaliulul, per Kilauea llou, July atJ II Tratk,
1 (Vpit, Mrt .Moore, I O Cailer.r., T Warren, K V
Meter, wife and child, V O Smith, Mr Kelnienich
Fur San Francltcu, per D C Murray, July it Mr.
Caiutan and s childien. Mettrt llcntietl, itucruiuq
and Anderton, F llauitch, 11 I'tretmer, C Ketl.r, Mr
I'tterton and wife, Mr Strong ami wife, S ftortia,
Fur windward pom r IJkeltke. July 14 F Gottt
thaU, Mit llrown.ll and child, HI) Alwaler, J (".
Mnt.lJ.il and family, J C Klrkwou.1, K K Hind, I (J
Alklllvvtl, M Svldaumer, Kev Uhalle). Fath.lt (iuU
tun and Andrew, 1' II (latiei and family, W II Cum
luUiit, Mitt II Woudt, R T KIckard, Mr (muU, J (1 M
Sh.ldun, W A Whiting, R Cation, Mtt 1 jiiiU, r Curn
well. O II lUliua, U K Vida, J W Kalua.lv Akau,
wife and child.
From llremeu, ar CanoHit, July 14 Ilackfelj &
Co, (au tout ruat, iMBotlatet, )o Ullt tatkell. a)C
champagne, 400C1 and lcobtlt Uer, iclat.lt, ic
aaudler), i.tto lct tteel radt, st tdtl flat iron, j lx
ciu.Mug, acaUilt, Jopkgt railroad nialriula, 7 plgt
tune, 1 1 How, 104 1 gt manure, piLdlthdi piatet,
loctk tliket, 1 ctkt ftciewt. ng pit I ailruad machinery,
jtan U.ikIi, ikabg tun meal, i.cKutgt Jua
phalct, lie raidnt c aardme. l,cauc-cin, lac
wine, S U Dairt, ctk earttienwarr; J W Fnuger. 1 c
UkArate, 1 c chain; W Muir, IccKHhinit; I. Kald
Itiuvu, 1 it luieiit W Itauiuelttei. 1 c cigaltj A Uur
Inaiiu. 1 c houlkild etfevttl Wolier, a cl tUara
ud elleat; A HanneUfg, c etfccltl II Lute, 1 c
clgait Or Stangeawaldt 1 ca th auiaratut; A Uuna, t
Ctlwlhing. loct been LlegluM. & Co. act wine, and
aaidinet; U F (ilale, tic clfectt; K Arueuunil, Ic
lubrco: A Cropp, 1 c clothing, J ft l4ow; NJiaefer 4
t o, ;s ueau aistntui, 4 jq c itlii, a,, ct ler; I c tileclt;
HuHtshUeger A Co, luo r beer, 4 cs gvuterte, I C lit
Mluuteolt, 1 bdl wood star.
Ft Flit, hear, for Sail FraiKios, July. J.jt
I'kat tugar, tvJ,ft-M t-t; 6uubgs lite, 6o,ulu It; 4bMi
taoUttat, l.yil gait. Value, I.'! y-
Ka i C Murray, bene, for San Franuti-ix, Julyai
T.JIflkgtlugar, lj,l, t't: 1,1,1 pkfit. nor, ISU.KU
ii So) g luojt, 44,aog ; m psgt uioitsaat,
t,4ilga(w Value, .03,604.).
The quesllon which Is sadly lr)ing the mind
of the I'leuiier now is who lo place in chaige
of thepoitfolionf the Interior. The kjivl of
an Individual needed Is not al present avail
able. It will certainly be rstirniely tliflicult
for any gciilleuiin wlntuuy fake ulfice with
Mr, Gibson in quiet public suspu-ions of llie
peifect puiily tf his imwlves, Kven honesty
aikl Integrity in one department can not much
help the general policy of (he gorciiiuicul
while the " old man of the sea Is pertuittcil
to cling to the neck of the )ooi lUuiliau
UATURUAY. JULY t, iMj
; .lUwVirMrt.v ..
In etptainirtf: rmr ttlon In reR.nrtl t die
lfr qucatlon on (hene iilamli, e tlo ivilh
mil (lie ttiiwtetl Idea of lioliteting up (lie am
ilue( of other ami itececilinR nilminiitratiom
In the miller, for wc arc (& iwlnfully con-
xiiiiH nf the fact llu( for many jran pait (hat
rtte(ion h.i nn( ln handlml i(h (ha(
iti'!rntnen( ami tleciiion uliiclt an InlclllRent
appneiallon of H". cnnLiuiirtM nature houM
Imic ileiiiimlcil. Hut foimcr ailniinUlraliona
have only frllnnl in the w.itc "C public
opinion in (he imiUer, renllnR In the comfott-
alilc Iwlief lha( (he illceaie wa only com-
nimiicalil liy heredity tn oflVprinR, or (o uch
a wcte Ir-iilint; improper livrt. A )cnr hac
rollerl on, the f.tlltcyof audi concltiiioni ha
liecn gradually, Iwt sutcly, forclnR idclf umn
(he miniU of all Intelligent oliwitcri. Ami
now it would I! the fwilct ulander uon the
tlei clnrarlei of certain persons who hate
ror.lractctl the di,eatc here to ay that " Ihmc
tth'i hale Icil moral litCT nceil not fear (he
ir-B.e." Ile his as l( may, WRrrRillon has
Iwtn atlendeil (o liy every former adininuda
(Ion in uch a manner, ( least, a l iretenl
tha( almmt icrfcct lilierty nf (lie leper (hat
ha licen accnnletl him hy the prcetil admiiiiv
(ration, A ntimlicr miRht hate mana;eil lo
evade the r.rch of the attlhotitiei, hy rcsldinR
in unficiiuenlcil places, hut (hey were nn( In
Ik! icen u.in the streets of the (own ami in
imlilic assemblies of all kinds, until llie philan
llintiiic I'tlch but proclaimed so loudly aj'ainst
the " brutal Ireattrent " the lepers had rcceiicd
previous to his apKiiiilmcnt, and the "humane
treatment (hey erc lhciiccforanl lo expect
at hii beiicficicnl hands. It was ctrculateil
Ihroughoul (he iilandi lha( I'ilclt could cute
It-prosy, and, a a conjeqticncc, tinforttmalc
sufTcnrs left (heir hiding places by (he Jiun
dreds and came Iodic metropolis lo bctrcatctl.
Misled by the apparent cnerRy of tht meilical
Innovator, Mr. Caittr, then minister of the in
terior, consented to the building of a hospital
at Kakaak.11, where 1'ftch, could eupcilmcnt
ith hli nclicme of cure, little anticipating,
however, that ilihould be used (0 supplant the
instiliitlon a( Kalanati. Mr, Artnilrong soon
after succeeded to the presidency of ihc hoird
of heallh, holding the poslrtnn by vittue of
his ofl'ice as minister of the interior, ail
inlttim. s the fiaicdc icry properly re
inailts, Mr. CaKer Iwing cvpoctct) rU (ha( (ime
to lilioilly resume his office, Mr, jVrn"('"U
could scarcely be ctpcctcd to tin more than
carry out the pre-arranged plans of his im
mediate predecessor. This he did, but with
unnifest misgiilngt, as ii evidenced by his
rcjiort to the legislature. And these plans
were, not that Kalaalo should nj nite the
permanent aslutn for leprous cases not that
the lepers from all the nimks and corners of
(he kingdom should be congregated together
in the thickly settled mctronolis-t-bui that ct r
tain ulccted caws should remain there under
the control of Mr, l-'ilch until the effects of
his treatment should have decided the truth or
falsity of his confident expectations. Hut, at
best, who was Mr. Armstrong? Almost a
stranger in the hml ; a man insited to take a
portfolio under this government, llirmirjlrilic
personal fricmUhip of King Kalakaiia. Mr.
Armstrong is not to lie blamed, under the cir
cumstances, for the action Jie took in iliis
l"ar ilifr'...m", however, was the case with
l.ivsii'cccssor in ofiicc, Mr, (iilMon, A con
tinuous residence of over twenty years on
these islands, and a busy concern In the afTtirs
around him, had afibnlt'd him an opportunity
of knowing all that a statesman neciMl to
know of health, aswell as of other matterecon
nectcd with Ilia counjry. Ktpecially had he
lrofessetl to be scrsed in matters pertaining to
the public health, and to have been keenly
solicitous in regard lo the establishment nf
means tending lo its improvement, lie knew
the opinions of the meilical men of this and
other lands rciccling the contagious character
of leprosy; ami he knew that foreigners all
over the Wands feared the disease, and that
many of the more intelligent natives as well,
were lieginning to entertain the same belief;
but, for reasons of his own, he thought fit to
ignore all, and defy public opinion so far as he
dared. Ami it was only when the opposition
press had liegun lo cxxse facts which the
itnp-irtancc of the case would not allow ol
ln-ing longer held lack; when panic, as a con
sequence, was almost imminent; when visitors
from the United Stales had returned to relate
in piint (he actinlity, that Mr. Gibson Ix-gan
once more to prosecute the olicy of segtega-
(ton. A gica( noise for a (Ime was made hy
his own newspaper, (he l"acilic Commercial
Advetliser, nlmut the vigor with which segre
gation was licing carries! on. Soon, however,
effort In that line again became slack, and for
reasons, again cst known to himself, permits
of leave were granted lo numerous lepers who
had liecn put into pseudo-quarantine at Kaka-
ako to goto (heir homes or mingle with the
community as might please them lust. Ac
conling tn Mr, .'itch himself, segregation at
Kakaakn was a faicc, anil many known lepers
were not ev en scgicgilcil there, mt vvcielcft
(o loam at will aliout (he (own. A farce was
all that Mr. Gibson ever inltn.ltJ it iMoulJ (V.
The pretense of segregation was carried on to
quiet (he fears of the foreign element, while
the native clement was to lie suited by pro
mises of cure, and a ghastly sham of tender
ness to the sufferers. In short, Kakaako was
an institution tun for the political ends of a
man, who lias been willing to make capital
ihi( of human misery even. For (he small
political piop which litis mode of dealing with
the leper question might give him, he has
been content, not only that Ihc health and life
of every inhabitant of this (own should be
submitted to the danger or contagion, but that
business and pioeiiy Interests should suffer
also, if necessary, as a consequence. In the
face of ciicurmtinces. nf this character
il became the duty of the press to fearlessly
cspose the nakedness of the truth. This (he
Salutday Press has jlone. And it will ever
continue (o do so, Alt wc hope is, tint (he
community may, upon other im'iortant occa
sion, lc as unanimous in their support of our
action as il has been in that which has related
to the question of lepimy.
The 1'remlei's organ speaks nf a visit of
thil vtoilhy gent Utna n to (he reform school
ar Kapalauu, and of his intention nf improv
ing the industrial facilities of Ihc place by
adding a workshop thcict", and the supplying
of tools for the same. We are also told by
that very . lionet 1 and disinterested sheet llu(
sopiewlu( similar apituitenanccs are to be
added tn the I.vhilnaluna' Seminary, and of
the gieat good that may U- cxpccteil of (he
same. The AiUeiJjscr docjt po( say thai; (he
idea of educating the jtulhs of tliese'ivio
schools in lnecluiacal wmk originated with
Ml, Gi'toOn, hiI it wou)d lead the reader to
infer that these thing? were "f very recent
oilg'". Tn ru,n li however, that work
slvnpi have taieJ nd have U-vn in ue at
lwlh the fefojiHiUfiy Khooi W'd t Lahalna
luna fiv luany veils jvul, and (hat at the
former Insiitu'tVui, all' 'the minor' carpenter
ssoik needevl n (be premise! has txvn done
there by the boyi of the vclwul Jpf a long lime
t-' uti.K i.v ;: f if f.i fr.
Ainnhir (In: foreign innulcr. whom (lie
....- .- ,1 ..a.U nini lUttaiiftn
i -!' " : . .
KfltUy wmt dutifully depif there are none
more mwctful for good or ill lhan Ihc hewers
of wo.l, Ihe drawers of water, the mechanics,
artltnna, tlrajmcn, esprew drivers and workers
generally. The men may or tiny not feel
the almost Inevitable pinching of misgovern
mentj they may or may not think. Hut when
they do feel and do think look out I 1 lie
tailoring classes of this kingdom, so long as
Ihey remain Hawaiian, or Portuguese, or
(Jhineae, Hie liound hand and foot liy tradi
linns, by Indifference ami by national Inertia.
Hut Anglo-Sunn workmen arc made of very
different metal. A bid worknjan is often
t-vcr)lhing he ought not to lie, but a Rood
workman is a king among men. There are a
number of worklngmcn already in quiescent
organisation here. They have weighed the
licy of tV jtnrty In mcr and have found It
wanting. They hive seen and felt the fatal
tendency nf the one man power, and they are
mult to stand shoulder to shoulder witn tncir
more wealthy ncighlior in a fair fight for an
honorable end. These men know, what Ihc
planter also knows, that the interests of all
classes In this community nie in common. Il
Is the blind, suicidal policy of the adtninislrn'
lion not to see thi. So the government is run
as an "npMisitlon shop." In a majority of
cases, Its suliordinalc positions arc In the hands
of good men, and, considerately thrnwlng to
the dear people lhat considerable sop, the
handful of men w ho really control affaits go on
tloing just alioul as (hey please, Jlonds are
paid ou( as If (hey were coin, and not for llie
specific purxises contemplated by ihc loan act)
government work Is done, and ihc law- regard
ing contracts is not complied with j the public
school service I tllsorgmlzcd, In order to
gratify the malice of the corrupt In power ; the
life of the community is perilled, that leper
politicians miy go forth to make votes ; the
spirit of (lie license law Is violated, to give
court favfu-itcs. a c)ince lo make money in Ihc
saloon business the ttnipeakshte degradation
of heathendom is revived, tn pander to the
wont passion of the Hawaiian race; ami the
catalogue might k indefinitely extended. Hut
workingmen know these facts, and lic mem
bers nf the niminivlralion know lhat they
know it, Here, then, is the milk In the cocoa
nut, If, liy any means, tliu wotklngmcn can
be separated from Ihe planter and merchant
class, the opposition bundle of sticks may he
broken bit by bit. So every means is taken
by the administration and its orgin to antago
nize the classes which must together win the
legislative fight. To the desired end, the ad
ministration bend raj! in energies. It Mops
at nothing. There Is no weapon loo vile lo
serve its purpose. 1 he lives of honored and
honorable men are assailed in the only way
the craven crew nf the pirate ship date assail
anything with fnuendo ami sneer and mis
interpretation. The aim Is to make the foreign
workingmen of this community (by which is
meant the large majority not vet rich) believe
that their Interests arc different from the in
terests of the wealthy. The religion, the
manners, the business methods of rcprcsent.it
live men here have been misrepresented in
every waythat malice could suggest. Fortun
ately the stupidity of the administration has
been unequal to the ilr niands of its hate. The
attempt has failed. The voting worklngmcn
of Hawaii nei (and a strong native contingent
is rapidly wheeling into line) see very well on
which side tielr liread is. IniUc'cd. Selfishness
and honesty are sometimes )ikc-fcllows. In
the coming campaign they arc unmistakably
so. 1'or, if (hero is to remain in these islands
any religion, any honor, any morality, any
civilization and any prosperity, the crab climb
ing paily ef reaction must be summarily
7;. I am .v.i cirtrrvitK.
The Hawaiian exhibit to the Huston Foreign
Exhibition, which promises to be fairly credit
able as a whole, and in some lines notably so,
ought to have a stimulating effect upon those
native industries which depend upon native
products for their development. The Alden
taroand fruit diving project now being devc-
loied at Waifnku, Maul, by Doctor lenders
and his associates, deserves recognition, en
couragement and hearty co-operation from Ihc
government and the nation. If there lie any
money now lawfully at the disjiosal of the
interior department for the encouragement nf
agriculture, a part of it ought to be placed, as
Doctor Kndcrs has suggested, In assisting
Vailuku natives lo cultivate liananas. There
seems no good reason why liananas, raw and
dried, should not become the third product of
these islands. Innumerable little valleys, too
small for extensive cultivation of any sort, are
admirably adapted for the growth of bananas.
If bananas may be dried by the Alden process
and shipped by sailing vessels from Hawaii,
Maui, or Ihe other islands', lo San Francisco,
and there sold at twenty-five cents a pound,
banana culture can be made exceedingly pro
ductive. Portuguese and Chinese can make
money raising bananas. Why may not natives
do so also much more extensively than at
present? If some of those benevolent "Young
Hawaiian! " who have been so active in selling
up Honolulu natives In the express business
all for the love of the race, and with no jiossl
bleeye upon the profits would put the same
money Inlo Utile lunaiia patches, contiguous
to some shipping point, or near a manufactory
(wien started), the investment would be better
for the investor, better for the investee and
better for the country.
iioxorA'w .VKir.v.'.i .':..
One who finds plain, straightforward, direct,
forcible Knglish in the Honolulu Ilullclin is
greatly to lie congratulated. Its leader of last
Thursday contained just such English.
Whether II as also truthful is for the com
munity lo decide. In thai leader, the news-
paiicrs of Honolulu, without exception were
accused of lying; and some sentences from the
Saturday Press quoted in justification of the
sweeping charge. The sentences quoted are
as follows! " el, a minority of good citizens,
quite apait from the palace party and ill un
canny following, has not ceased until now to
deprecate the action of the Press. ilecause il
would hui( us abroad,' Now, llnAe fearsome
fragile are with us, tn a nun." Ihe last
sentence is ScclalLrcd as the false it. The
Press is willing to abide by the truth of lhat
statement. If ike Ilullclin can pioduce one
good citizen of Honolulu who docs not believe
the Press was light in attacking the Inard of
health for its action on, leprosy natters, we
will chceifully make ihc correction. Many
persons may have objected (a few did object)
to our manner of making Ihe attack.' ILt
we are t-onfident that the honesty of our inten
lion has Iwen bcl iev cj In all along, and that
the truth of all our chaigca In the matter have
Utm proven lulhe satisfaction of all who are
loith honest and intelligent. And, notwith
standing the bulletin's condemnation of all
the Honolulu newspapers, wc are sure that
men enough think at leas) two of them truth
fu and unpurcluscd to give them an influence
in the community that the water-onluo-
thoulders solicyj)f the Dullctm, can never win
Su nuny coniUcting rumors have been noised
alw during (he past ihiee ilays concerning
the dismissal of Minister of the Interior Hush,
thai wc prefer 19 say nothing about it until
" I My," wul (lie city eilil-T to (lie Rmti re
!" ") Know amiiii iB KI-.UI mu .r
" C an a duck swim?" replied the j-uli re-
" Well, then, ' continued the city editor,
"vou'd lietler find out the facts and give the
Innd Ihvjs a end off. Vou ce Ihc musical
man Is away on a holiday, and it'll never do to
let the alleged humorist 'tend to it t he'd be
sure to lug in something almut the drums."
'I ben he charged the push renoiter to be
sure anil get all the ficts aliout Ihc I rip, ami
lo write them up in his most florid stjle. The
result was this:
From the samlt nf WaikiVI, 10 trie turret! rf Waianae,
I eailen and athen and dullut tray, are all the clouds In
Fiom the lurrelt of Waiame In the wndi rtf Waikikt,
1 he only nunil one hear II the lobbling ci 1 tic tea.
Ami never an echo lire from the hottovrt of PufKhbowl
I tuheil is Ihe Man- of (he band twv , for In baton ol
Merger it ttilt.
I he breere that sweeps o'er Ihe nti smother A rrsnim
For Melodt'l luna lags litlless, nd Harmony" hr-rald
And the made c-f mantling color each Unnd boy wore on
Flicker and fade ami I all gone out, from ft counte
nance strangely meek.
And where 1 Ihe tmmildering fire that flamed when his
tye wera a-dnc-1
O Utnd l.iy, dear, Is II truth we hear th-il yod tea sick
re, in advance?
The city editor said that the stuff was nice
and all that, but II was'nt explicit enough.
Then he told hltn to go and ask the fourth
master nf the lioal jack if he would kindly beg
the knight in vvailing at Ihc antc-chamlier, if
he would be pleased to accost his loidship the
vlcu-chamlicrlaln, and request him to have
speech with his grace Ihe duke high chamber
lain, ami beseech him lo fitul lavor wltlilils
royal master the king, in order that a waiting
nation might lc Informed of his most gracious
matcsty was aimut to ticpart tins kingDom, to
make glad the great concjavc of Knights Tem
plar in fat 'Frisco,
Al least mat is what the city nlilnr meant
to convey. Vv hat he really said, In his blunt,
curt, inelegant way, was this t " Will vou ever
learn lo write plain l.nt-iisii (jriami sec it ttic
king and Daftjclt are going, too?"
so ino gusn reporter went, anil wis is wnai
he found out
O Ilea, Iter, Rev,
Vou vex, vex, tex,
The hearts of your people tore ;
Itecautu we know,
If ever vou go.
We never may see you more.
Suppote n whale
Mould Alllp Ms tall
High out oMhe ma-grven tea,
And frighten vou ao
Vou mutt go lielow,
1 low very tad it would be I
And. tn all serious eftrnestnesswe Cry,
To tiiee, O King of this Hawaii net!
We tirav thee Slav at home and lake
A closer glance at all thy l-caple't needl.
'1 he plouttiate ruttl n many a fallow neld
1 ny largess imgni mil iruCTlit-, 11 imsi
llad'tt wiser counsel iTthv chosen chiefs.
'1 here it no good thou might'st not do, if thou
I'm bv thetenuitlne britie. of selfish eae :
And flared to lite fura'l the lieopte'S gunil.
What Is the pomp of majetlv , to this :
To tit enthroned, high in the nation's heart;
To ride knight errant of the lulion'it rightt;
To stand Ihe tribune of the people' wrongs;
To tit in judgment on their dtfrencet!
Not vulgar oinp, but pride most honorable,
Mav vet be thine, if then wilt dare and dare,
And atwav dare to live forgetting self,
In thought r.f all tlte good is thine toito.
Teach Ul, Q King t forgoing, tq forget
The wrong, in pari our own, herel.v thy choice
Made renegades thy trusted counsellors.
Tejicli us, O King I
And this in compliment (o the American
Minister Kcsident t ,
O Rollinl did sou say
'lhat vou were going away
Going awa to hate a lime lu California?
Vou hit our heart with woe,
Wc shall weep to see toil go,
We pray sou say tit ' No,"
And after all his trouble Ihe city editor was
obliged to go out and learn for himself that
King Kalakaua is not going to California at
present, that the U0y.1l Hawaiian Hand will
remain with us, and that the loss of His I'.x
cellcncy ihe American Minister Kcsident, of
genial Judge llickcrtonand of Mr. J. M. Oa(,
Jr., arc the only considerable ones which
Honolulu will iiTjmcdiatcly be caled upon to
II.HVAfT.iS Iff.If.lA'f,' flWfKTV,
There was a full attendance at the adjourned
mceling of those interested in forming, the
11 :: tr a-..:-... 1...1.1 .'-.v... s st
iiuv-uiitin iiiiin-iui; pwticit, ui-iti 111 iiiu t- 'i.
C. A. Hall last Monday night. Kcv. J. A.
Cruzan presided, Mr, Francis C, Godfrey
acted as secretary. The rqiort of a committee
to prepare a plan of procedure was as follows,
in the language of the secretary;
"First, That the organization lie known as
the Hawaiian Humane Society, and that a
charter of incorporation be applied for.
Second. That tlio Mim of hydaws adopted by
(he ' American Soccly for Prevention of
Cruelly to Dumb Hcasts ' be the basis for (he
laws of (his society. Third. That the oner.
ations nf the society include the protection of
children, tounn, 41131 ine committee, as
soon ns the by-laws are ready, shall call a
meeting, and submit the said laws for approval
These recommendations were approved.
Hon. J. -S. Walker, Mr. F, U Clarke and
Kev. J. A. Cruzan were appointed a committee
to try and obtain a charter.
Election of officers resulted as follows! Hon,
J. S. Walker, president; lion, J. HayWodc
house and Mrs. Cruzan, vice-presidents; Mr.
Frank Godfrey, secretary; ilr. A, Frank
Cooke, treasurer. The appointment of an
agent was referred, to the lmard of manage
ment, of which theofficcrs are tx-offitio mem
bers, and to which Kcv. I, A. Cruzan and
Mr. Max Kohm were electee! additional mem
Ikts. Nearly four hundred names" have been
already obtained to the public demand for a
Tin: hosto.v kxiixiiit.
The Mariposa will take out of Honolulu a
miscellaneous tot of exhibits to go to the
forthcoming foreign exhibition, which opens
in Hnston, October 1st. There will be sent
samples of Nos. , 2 and 3 sugars from some
twenty plantations, samples of rice hulled and
cleaned, and of ''paddy, " together with a
sheaf of glowing rice) samples of pulu as
gathered and of the puiu fern; sponges, green
and dried; the pigment ochres of Molokat ami
Maui; sulphur and lava specimens of ancient
and recent formations, 'from Kilauea; about
thirty varieties of native wools, including
those used for cabinet making, canoe and
house building and fuel, vizt aiea, nkokoko,
alina, alii, ahakea, hau, hala, haa, ili.ihi, koa,
koaca, kou, kolca, kawau, kukui, inamani,
maniko, manono, mamaki, naia, naio, ohia,
opiko, puaa and wiliwili; sugar-cane, about
three varieties from different localities, puaole,
kenikenl and the Lahalna; samples of Koua
coffee, old anil newt starch, made fiom
manioc root; preserved fruits, including pine
apples, tamarinds and guava jelly; dessicated
taro and taro flour; soap, nf domestic manu
facture; saddle trees, of native woods and
native leather; native hats and braid material
for making hats; Hawaiian simples, loots,
leaves and plants used in medicine, unclassi
fied, and for the most part unnamed; fibres,
used in making fish-nets and lines; liarks used
in making native cloth, and specimens of the
cloth itself; samples of Hawaiian wools from
Niihatt and Hawaii; samples of soils from
plantations on all the islands, sent forward for
analysis'; a cabinet waidiobc, made fiom koa
and kou, by native ami Chinese workmen,
sent by King Kalakaua; native loliacco; seed
necklaces; kukul nuts; native calaliaslics and
a number of curios.
All Honolulu li (inoie or 1cm) gog for trie-
arrival ol the latijxua, bhe t CAixxMcti to
conic ami c and con-iucr. All of us nice,
clean, Hcll-irgulatrtl fuill-(lricri. will be un
hand to write her ujt. The friends of ihe
many citcn.vcly expected juttcngm M lit be
on hind In force. The ui)ibd snull hoy will
niarhlul lunuelf, n- end. Thcfe will lc a
display of hunting, cheers, lean, cntliuiUini,
emotion, commotion, l?unlc, hurry. Horry a
regular monlc) and tairoi lime, Wc, of
Mimru, rtaic a iint to lc enthuiianic,
Wc hare a riht to laud the enterprise and the
JiUralitytJi" Mr. CUus SprecLcU, to nraiw: thv
efficiency of the Oceanic Stcatnihlp Comixmy,
and of Mcri. W. (, Irwin Co., to l
glad that Captain Howard U to comnund fhc
lIarl(kttsa, to lc grateful that ucli.e in mtklcrn
Utcannhlp) timai.d lliat thi iplendid thlp
U to le our hip. M this it being written on
Friday, and at the Maripa may o-ina in
ilurint the nii'hl. readers of Ihe Pre will
plcaw: consider the arrival fully announced if
Longfellow: Whatever poet, orator 01 we
may uy of it, old one U Hll ul age.
Cm&Hi.U SrKAWltfRRV, Trrn Coiti. vl
all ulvtr iu4 U Wwttc, yim ill 6i u A
jj. Mi-Uwr 104 in titwmr
I tdie- and Gentlemen titlling San franit witt
find very detiral-le TumUbed Rooms I'.n Suit and Sin
gle at Ko. 131 Montgomery St., Corner lhlh. Mrs
I. Ilonev, formerly of Honolulil,
A Successful lloutl A Successful House A striv
ing Instance nf tnocea tn a Retail thy Good' way is
afforded by Ihe leading Mdinery I louse of Chatle J.
Fishel, corner Fort ami Hotel street. The f'roprteter
Mr. rithel hacacquired tlieartof holding custom. Any
Dry (rood IIoiim! can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, once or twice; tmt tdho'd them, atd enj.ty their
confidence, calls for the exercise of tact and liberality,
floods mutt lie masked down anil sold for a hat they
are: net er misrepresent nny article. That Is the pnltcy
of Charle J. Fishel, and lhat policy has made the firm
one of Ihe greatest in it line, on the leading thorough-
fait f Honofnlii. The landing; Millinery Store of
ChailesJ Fiscbel, Is to Honolulu what Mar)' Is 10
Sew York Charles J Frshel makes a specially of Mil
linery X'C 'I he More is one of the sights of the city.
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
IfoNott Lt , July 3, iMr.
Atl eron having Water Privileges are notified that
tlteir WAtfa Ratps are payable semi annually, in ad
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
Works, font of Nuuanun ttreet, lit)ii tho tit day of
January nnd July of each )eir, C. II. WILSON,
tt sJ-tT Superintendent Water Works.
IriTRRtnn Orrtrr, April 6, 1SS3
T. A. I.loyd, I.sq , is this day npiointed ns Rood
Suervisor tor the outer districts of the ttland of Oaltu.
rjt-tf JOHN I-.. HUSH, Minister of Interior.
SUI'UI.ML COURT OP Till: HAWAIIAN
UhiHli tn ltanVruntcV In the mitKr of the
binkniptcy of tf.e MUMCAt, UM.U ASSOCIA
TION, a cwpnrition, etc Itcfare Mr, Juiiire AuMin.
OmiKN ur HirKiNa. -A ixtition hating letn pre
wnttjj lo thl court liy Wildfr Jli Company ami Caiite
ti CooUe, of Ilortotutu, herein tt is ftlleged that the
a!J .Mudcat Hall AftMicUtlon It tmltteil to -uiJ
litiuner in ft titn excenlinir 'I i Iliouvinil Oollars,
Arxt pf which wid mm tin mud Musical Hatl Awh'
tin ha foiled and refuted to nuke paj merit for ten
daj after the vime had maturnl and been prennled
for pojment; nnd in v.tiich said jzctition It li prajrd
lhat taid Mm leal Hall Afttucialon to declared a hanlc
nipt, and that inch further proceedings le had herein
ai the law nvay require or to the court, niaynfern ex
EditntJ And, tald I, ft loner having filed an approved
nd, cnndidane! fsr the pa) men t of all cost of the
proceedings and all damage to the party petitioned
.izaintt herein In cave slid petitiohert fail to prove ftald
M mica I IUU Association n Vanknti'tJ and nnbvder
Iwwing thereupon iued to the .Marihal to taVe k
i,ion gi w property nno etiect 01 me kiiii aitiMcai
! !:!. Anuct.uiun in accordance uiili the statute in such
caie made and provided.
Uii motion ot Linrtnce W (Vhiurii, aiiorney iotkiii
petitioner, it hercl.j ordered that on MpNDAV,
the oth lUyof AuctiM. A. 1 1883, at mv chuntieri
in Honolulu, proof will l-c heard of theltutliol the aN
tecation in taU j-etitiun containeil, and that the said
.Mimical llatl Auochtion be nutmnoned then and there
to amxrar. at which time and tilace all concerned mav
a p n-nr nnd show caue, If any they have, why ttic aid
petition khmild not be Rrarilcd; and that a copy of this
order be published in the Saturday Pre nepaer for
turee succcitite i-csiie previous iu miu nearing.
I1KNJAMIN U. AUSIIN,
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attent IIknhv SxttTM,
Deputy Clerl, acting a Clerk.
Honolulu, July ?&. 181, . ' t ' 53-3t
NO 1 1CI1 Durinz my temporary aWnce frum the
kingdom, Mr. J. M. CRAIO, who assisted me
IiirinsT the eatlv tiart of the ear. and who hat been for
iseen je.irs in the office and fiMoeJiMed w'n on " fh
leading drnth.tor tu 1'randsco. will tale chirRe of
my practice. I &iiajl hold myself retjionsitjlc for the
fiitbful execution of all operations irtorr.ed in my of
fice during my aUence,
ISB.41 J.r .U, '11111(11.1, .M. ' , iv. I', o.
N0TIC1. Is hereby civen that neither the Captain
nor the AeenU of the German barkCANOI'US.
Srlinatmivr mister, uill tie rcmonsible for anv debts
contracted by the crew of wid cssel without their
written order. H. HACKITXI) & Cn., Afients.
NO IICU. -Notice is hetcby civn to nil itrrvms
that at a meeting held in Honolulu, on the iCth
tlavoi July, 1BB3, ol tue iuiscriiers lotnoMoctc 01 ine
IIAMAKUA Mll.L COMPANY, it wa soted to ac
cept a charier of incorporation Rranied to them and
their nsuviiiet and ucceorc, tinder the corporate
name and wljleof the Han-alui Mill Cunjpanyt on the
19th day of June, i83i. and tint M coimration, un
der said charter, thereupon orsanuctt itself and elected
the follow ing officers of t)e company
President. Theo, II. Da vies.
V.ce.preddent . , ,, , ,,,1)101. R, Walker.
Treasurer, , . . . V, M. Swaruy.
SecrytJiry, , . 1 V lloldsworth.
Auditor.. .J, K, Itentou.
Notice Is further Rlen. lhat pursuant to the terms of
naut chsrter, iNo HockhoUer snail inuitiduaiiy te
liable fur the debts of the corjsoration bejond the
amount which may be du: upon the bhare or shares
K.1,1 n. .n..l !.. l.im. It
m va VITIIVU S'J 4ttttasvit.
iji.,t !:. W. H0LDSW0H11I, Sccrelarj-.
DMINISTKATOR'S NOTICE. ill. undrr.
A ..sv. (tisjiitia, iitisin uim ail'l's.'tsiis;!. ueiiinilllilHtMl Ul
the estate of UTLI.A HAUltOl'l 1,1'., deceased,
prons naiipC c'Airtu nntrsl aw etiate are nertuy
notincU to present t beta rue within U months from date,
or they will be forever barred, and all persons indebted
to the Raid estate to make immediate payment to
Administrator ol the etate of William Harboitle,
Honolulu, July so, 1883, tit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, Haviuc been ap.
jiolnted adintniMratorof the vMate ol ALON0
JACK&ON, deceased, of Makawao, I hereby ghe
notice 1 1111 all claims agiimt said eu ate must be pre
Aentnl within U months from date or they will be for
eyerUarred, W, P, V. HRKWER,
Aslmlnlstrittor of I ho eute of A- Jackson.
Makawao, July g, 1883, 150.1m
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE,-In accordance
w ith a power of sale contained in a certain mart
jjace deed made by LOMA land KAHAULI.LIO, his
wife, of NVailuku. Maui, to W. II. ItAlLKV, of
Waiiuku, aforcsai!, recorded in the I.and Otlice in
Liber 76, folio iSoand 381, notice is hereby Ken that
Mtd mortcagee intends to furculose. said mortgage for
com! ft ions broken, and will Mil (acconlinr to taw) at
public auction the premises desct ilml jn'satd mortsaje,
as below specified, vl; 'Ihe undivided half in that tar
eel tof land situated at Waiiuku, awarded to Kaulili,
Rojal Patent No. 7,381, Ana t, containing 63100
acres boundaries described. ,1 '
n Vt II. pAILEYMorteagte.
!, KaU'a, for Mortgagee,
Waiiuku, July is, iHSj? 150-3$
NOllCE.N9t.es K hereby clttn to nil icrsons
lhat at a meeting held In Honolulu on the nth.
day of July, 1883. of the subscriber 10 the stock of the
to adept a charter of Incorporation cranted to them
and, their associates and successors under the corporate
iiume and stle of l.auUuoch04 Sugar Company, on
the 19th day of June, 1883, and that the said corjsora,
tion, under said charter, thtrcuton organised Itsell and
elvctcd the fulluwinjcolfers of tlv company 1
THEO. II. DAV1LS. . . .... President.
Vw. L1D0ATE. ... ..Vice-President, ,
K. M. SWANKY Treasurer.
K, W. HOI.DSW0R1H. Secretary.
J M.LYIKLV1E. sv .. .Auditor,
Notice Is further given lhat, pursuant t0( the tenns of
said charter, ' No stockholder shall Indiidually be li
able for the debts of the corioratiou teyond th4 amount
wlikh may t due ui-n lh share or sliarcs held or
owned ly himself." T. HQLUSVORll,
NO I ICE. Hating been apiminted Guardian of M,
Mahuka, minor, son pf the late M Mattuka, de
ceased, and attorney In fact for Iukta (w)f widow of
said M. .Mahuka, deceased, all persons are. lwreby re
iiueld la settle all matters pertauurig (o Ow etale of
AL Mahuka, deceased, with the undersigned, ami Ihey"
r re 'hereby notified thai Mr, JbiuK4i K. kaai has no au
thority whatever In th,e matter . A RQSA.
Guardian nf M, Mahuka, minor, and attorney in fact
for Luukta (w). widotvof the late AL Mahuka de.
Honolulu, Alay 15, 1883. M')"'
DELL 1KLEPH0NE CQMPANY.-At a special
j meeting of tho stoLkhultlcrs of the Hawaiian licit
telephone Coin pony, held July ia 1881, for tins pur
pot uf filling vacancies in tn dhces olha compan,
the, following; uamed genilemerj were elected t
M. P. ADAMS.. ., , 1-re.Ment.
T II. HOI1RON Vicc.l'ies.dcnts
I. V. IlKOWN... .Secrstary and treasurer.
li. KIEMENCHNMULR, ... Auditor,
The following directors were lo elected J. F
Urownand H. Riemrnschneidcr
154 J. i' 1IH0WN, Secretary,
HAWAIIAN HUMANE SOCIETY -All ladies
arut gentlemen who ha joined this society, and
all others interested, are respectfully renueatnl 10 at
tend the meet inn of the society, to b held at the hall ol
ih Y. M, C A, on MONDAY LVENINU, July ah.
Hi. rrDurl of the Curamittc. (Mi Cliailtr. tLtnuiiututn
and lly.la still tt. lilarcil lfore III. mettinif.
ijiil K, (iptlFKEV, tsccjciart',
FOK S.ML'IIKLS ana KAN'CV UASKKTS, call
ai A. l. MhUll-S iai rl Mrtct ,j.
N0ntE.-l1i. umlcrtlnrJ .wiU r(ictrulJ'
Aoliry ih. DuLlic lh.1 sli ba SuU till ltr lulrsl
in 1101 M-i'l HKLTMAKKI.rio 'r. C.p
(irtv.alul hctsty uV.llliut(Mjriuiillt'Cif lhaiik.Iii ih.
IHitJtc tot In. literal patroiuiv lsiuttnl wit her, and
ISSMiinMiwjt til. mui. itiiwr MMSwawjr,
SIRS. I). K. I'Vl'L-.
iVllornct; ill ti(tft 1) K. I)f.
"llis, uisWrtijrivtd vtouU nuu r.trwcifuily noiii't-'iK.
puUtc Kal he rta buuflit osit Mr. I )(. (al.rca Id IS.
sbot. ntsikft saJ La its,aifdi)riiiMislik.Ul
Pk, VivxU m4
In lurVc, affi'd.'alri lowctl rai. '
NOTICE.AU tlalott.iW, to lh Ufdtcr LuJaa,
taldy cyidurttl ly Mr, nt ji, ft) Si may b. tatd la
Ur.sMfeft.Ura,, SI IS. H!sul Slarkel, oka j1
AulauauI to letk til (Mass, .
IMPOUll-K AND .MANUFACTURER OF I
HOOTS nnd SHOES.
-V... IH fntl Slrrrl, nhnrr llnttl Mrrrt,
woetn tsroRM fur re'sne that m
Koepn tlio Ilct Stock and
norm tlin Bost Work
To be found anywhere on these blinds.
A t.AROK AND VAIsir-ti STOCK
Omslanlly arrlting from San Francisco, Including Ihe
CIIOICHST SF.I.rcTlON OF
llrHtlrmm', .rliles 11 ml V.hllitrrn'
1100 rs, snoia and slipit.rs
THE MANtTACTtSR OP
f5r.NTI.l..tnN'S 1100 TS ami SHOES a riclalty,
Work In all Departments Guaranteed.
All orders attended to with promptness, and work
tecUled with ilitlialLh. flnlers frum Itientther l1.tn,ls
solicited. Call and examine, - ili
F VALUE TO THE PUBLIC
OtllllMfOttl IIdiiho l.Iiolti?i
WILL OPI'.N AN AOi:NCY
Por Custom House Drokerag.
t Real Estate Transactions,
f Employment Service,
And General Itusineis,
AT OATS STATIONERY STORE,
MrRCKANT STRer.T.V..,,. .(NtartliePost-oft.ee)
IUoks and Acroonl ne ally kept and adjutttd.
(tills Collected, k '..
I-egil Ducitments of esery ileMrriptlon drawn up.
A ni thing in the way bl lUiifirt carefully and
promptly attended lo.
. V, O. uui iff Telephons lg.
FANCY COLORED GLASS,
Just received and fur sale ex Altergeldit and
Hankow, from London,
ATTIIE HONOLULU STEAM PLANING MILL
TIIK riNFST AVSORTMKNT OF
I'tiucu Cotorrti fJiMHf f. nOx-iO inrhrm
May te found at the above establishment,
Alto, PLATE GLASS, from jM2 UkIici tu tJxt fct
THE ABOse IS
OFFERED AT REASON MILE KATES
An Early Call is Solicited.
Honolulu (tlcain l'laning Mill.
I SURE that you get that fin Ilrocade, at 6oc r
arti, at a. ai. II.H.L,13, 10 rort street. 152
ft t W. - 1 U r I
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' .-.' ig t All.J.lt -i..l
ii v 1 I -.' I S 1 vn 1 l v s
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DRY and FANCY GOODS,
' vvsttivw.-i i.a-s ut' t un -vi
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.Vi'.' 104 fori ir.VJ,lil.lMl.1 M
j 1 tl '1 SMV1 . .'Il J
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1 . 'HI IV InllllM r , V 1 !
N. B.-MllUri.rr and Dr.ilmaklnj Blisblilh
rocnt on Ihc premises. 13a
OTICE op removal.
,f Tho Honolstlss Carrism loHot7,
No. $atnd i Kino Strsrt,
lla ten ltEMbVED ta K urnMing formally txcu
iwd by Tit. Sltin at canla4 1H011,
( .'.. fJH uil 130 fori Strtrt,
Optjo&ir, I'aAllieon blstU.
Tiirnoiit. (ujji r. j. ntnciNs.
ASTILLIAM O. SMITH Ca,
No. m MERCHANT Sirst'tiT, HONOLULU
KitMOitJ Ih tSiq j
Suil.ar Itinlallutl, Railroad, TcSrlJiiSn. 01 Uliffr Cuty
tIIIIUW Jia... IIUMU MMU SMIia. P.S1.IBW
HuHyM IfHff Adit! .M C'oNaNa.lH.
. Moisiy laaarstd oa Slock Sccurillc.
Ill -bululu, II. I, OsloUr i, iMa, llo-l
C B. DOLE,
j (SjtMajaelatr ail Latr mtnl XoHru i'uklit,
Con. Foit u MCHair SrtT, HONOLULU
CMITH ft THURSTON. IW. O. Suitm.
O ; L, Ar TufHsrs"
.irroNATavr at mit,
No. )4 Mhant s,rMn... ....HONOLULU
DAClflc MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
'llie Splendid Steamship
UAItC.tl.l. . Commander
vsili Iravii iionoii tu
ForSnn l'rnuclscn on nr About Jtilj- 211
For rreiglit or passaa;e, apply to
US II. IIACKn.l.l) ti Co.. Airnls,
POR SYDNEY VU AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Sleamthip
airv of svixhv,
DEARIIORN ,t . Master
'IV 111 Snll on nr Aliout AiiRiist tt,
V art now hrctuirfil in l.it il-Wit tn Sn rMts;-
cIscitatHl return for $13, the round tripv
0KH for shipment per stramrcan now l stornl,
free if rhargi, in the fireproof warehousQ nnr the
Fin- freight or pimge, apply to
tyt U. HACK!-ELD ft Cn. Agents.
pvCUAHIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
FOR RAN FRANCISCO.
f lli Magnificent Nrw Iron St.amtliip
HOWARD , Commander
is ntn at this i-ort
On or About Jnly 26th,
1 ANII WILL SAIL
For San Frunolaoo A bant Anguit 2d.
saee In this macniheent steamship mav be fe-
currd in ad ranee by nppling tu
V. R. IRWIN ft Co., Auenls.
CJOSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
Cliarl.s llrewer & Company will dispatch the link
1 - I
Sail Iroin Boston for this Port
I J 5epteinlr 1st,
To be follourd by the Amv'lumer, Jarnnry i, 1884.
Orders sliould te In ltoston not later lhan August
1 slli, to insure thipment. Cor ftirlher particulars, ait
.lylo C ItRI-WLR At LOMI'ANV,
J 147 am tauten slicct, Honolulu.
TIME TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
llii steamer ill l-ate Honolulu each TUESDAY
at 4 r. si., touching; al lnhaina, Maalaea Hay, Makena,
.Matiukona, Kaitailiae, luuialiorlioeQiid lido.
Returning ill touch .11 all the aiiose Jiortl, arrlting
al Honolulu etch SUNDAY inornin,;.
-OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
N011CF. TO SIIIPI'F.US.
The new WAREHOUSES of the O. S. S. Co. are
now comi.trlrd. Merchandise intended for thiiunent
hy'tessel of the atiove line still lie received r R,E of
ttorage and receipts issued for Same.
Insurance oil merchandise svhitc in ilia warehouses at
VM. fJ. IRWIN & CO.,
144.3m Agents O, S. S- Ca
A FRANK COOKb,
AGUNT POR THE rOLLOltlNG COASTKHSI
WAIOl.l. , JU1.IA,
GEN. hlt.OEL, KALUNA, and
FLAO ! Rest willi White Hall. Office corner of
Queen and Nuitanu blrcet.
NE HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
O. XV. MACFARLANE & Co,
t't orrsa for saie the cargo or the
Extrm Iron Clip par Ship Shandoa
NOW llEINO LANDED
IN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE1 CONDITION,
-I 1 CONSISTING, or FINK LINKS or
Ct , CROCKERY, - - ' .
, ' GLASSWARi:, '
I SUGAR MACHINERY,
- lORTAIIfX TRAMWAY,
J J SIEELRAIIA '
, 1 LOCOMO FIVES,
' 1IAR and SHEET IRON,
I " ENGLISH STEAM COAL, Etc,
. ALU or WHICH WILL K UFTKID
To' tS Trstd. oa .rf rsssstwsutSlo Tarsi.
PNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
i; FoT Stssst, IIonolvui, II. I,
' C, J. Hardy and II. F. B.rtelmann,
CONTRAOTORS aasl BUILDERS,
Planincr, Shaping-, Turning:,
Band and Scroll Sawing;,
Door, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order,
. MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Always on hand.
j All order! filled on short iwtir. and Jotting promptly'
attended to. MouUiug made to any pattern wiiituul
stra chart for knls. Price ot Uachlna work.
fi Mto Si cflprbor, tcwir
Wkt.last.ls, as4 Ratall Araaovt,
, Jt. c; Hutsl Stun,
(CsatpUIl Fu,(otf HuiUon)
rrrtk UmmI CaKMSMMa am as ITa.
Itkrul Pull, always un hand.
TaLtrooni Nct.atss. ija-u
DROCAIeKD fLUSjWS, ajl taadas yes. ial Va4
W M A-av asassvs-ai), to. .ots . t
HACKPELD K Co.,
OFFER I'OR SAI.i:
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
Ei Hitls C R. Itithoii and StetrmMi l.hrenfels,
From 11 II KM EX,
Consisting In strt of ai follow, 1
A I.nrue) Assortninnt nf Dry Ormtls,
Denims, Rrown and While Cottons, Drills, Tick.
lugs, Turkey Red, Mtrlnos lilack and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobouigs, Kalian Cloth and
Black, Grm-grsln, Fancy, Colored amlSlilp.d.
Ilarege, Crepe, Ac,
Mcii'h Fit ml ill Inn (t'noits,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, DVnfn,
tie.. Merino and Cotton Umlf tuililt, White
llnsom Slilttt, Socks tt Stockliic;,, Gloves
Handkerclillft, irotilards, a largo In.
voice of CLOTH INO cnnsl.tiug:
of Fine lilack Cloth Coats 11,1
Pantt, Uuckikln Sacks,
Pants nnd Suits, Pelt,
Sacks A Pants,
Dov's Shirts, and
Children's Jacket., I.
R. Coat. Leggings, Mon.
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk and 1. C. Umbrellas
andParatoti, Fancy and Travelllne;
Shawls, Cotton anil Turkish Towel,,
White and Fancy Quilts, Pelt Rurrs and Bins
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
While and Fancy Blankets, ,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sue,.
Scarier, Orange. White Woolen and 4 points.
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
! 1: it v u m r. it v ,
Genuine Eau de Culocne, t.nliin's Es
traclt, 'Foitet Sit-ips, I'luforome, lltir
Oil, Cotnly, lacking Glasses, Pires. I.
R. Halls, Harmonicas, HUnk HiAs,
Gold l-af. Jewelry, Gold Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,,
Enenslon, Arm, Dining room ami Tailor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc,
Smtillri, fulfil. I tin, 7Si-l7, SHrnif l.nllhrr,
Hemp ft I. U. Packing, Coal llakell,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Contftinimr .Dale, Cups. Teapots, Howls, Chamben,
Rice lliihrs nnd Ittkers, leniij-hlis 1 and 5
Gallons, Simple llotllc. Vases and Glassware, .Mtnita
alut'lanid Ro, Liial Hags, Gulmies, 'Fwine. ,
Hurlaps Woulsick mid FwilluiT backing. Linen llote
SUGAIl and KICK HAGS
of all sues and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter bores.
Salt in Jars, Castor Oil hi tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Bluf, 11. White Lend,
Mearine. Candles, 4, 5, and 6, II. & I', Biscuit,
Htibbuck's Linseed Paint Od, White Zinc Paint
Herman am? Jfavantt Cltfartt,
I'Lited ware SjuKins, Forks. Cruets, Tea
sets Cups, Napkin Rings Salvers, etc,
;xket and ltutcher Kni.es. Scissors, Shey Kfieanr,
Needles, Sjioons. Files, Spurs, (.alvaru'rd Ham,
Hoop Iron. Krg Rivets. IIuimrs, Yfllyv.
.Vletal and Couipositiun Nads Clarifiers
Itibbttt .Metal, Suiar Coolers, Iron
Plre Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, TUes
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the other Isktndscarefultv attended to
n. HitrAfrM X C.
SOMETHING WORTH READING.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ileal Entitle llroker antt General
No-ay Msiciiant Stssst ..Ho!oi.trt.v, II, I,
I hase now several neat HOUSES and CQ1TAGKS
to let In various tsarts of Honolulu ami suburbs. Also,
wine wx liuiluing Lots and property to selh
Emilovmivt Pound rots thosk Skekinq Work.
1 1 am nterARKit to riHtmu
MONEY AT ANY TIITC
OH riRS.T-CI.ASS StCURITV.
Uffll 'itftrt pf alt Dwriftftxr thmv.
Enxravlnjc and Penmanship Tastefullr Dune. Ciutura
Houm. l-.utriesandCotresQndiice attended to.
AOENr FOR THE BEST
rire nnd lAtm laUMrmnc CalM
IN HIE WORLD
Hill Collected; Hunks and Accounts Kept ; Orders
of every business nature Ironi lha other l.landi will
.P.O. Iluv, iJ
pONTItACTOR and BUILDfiR.
u wa r
Is nor ready to attend lo
AU Ontir tetlh VoNjfr intl Wj4trA.
Temporary shop on site of th fife, KlnK street.
yAKE NOTICE TAKB NOTtCK-
PttrtaSU EsskU. aad Hollar
For sal. by R. MORE a Co., ;i ant n Kle r-l.
TO LET-t-A Houwun Eiaiisa sfrcct, cuostslinK U
soven rouns, pantry, kiuhn, tiuhiuuH, car
rUfit-lkusise, stable, srrvaRts' rooas hm a Urge keftery,
Insjuut al 7 Iwt street or Jl Ksumiu streci. 6tf
'NGINK IOK SALE. ONE Nr.W isellOkSE
. Pv.cf Ensinc, Hi elfcc( MoVr. " Ft sake by
C. UKLWER'a COMPANY.
BONK MEAI ., i.X-
I'HOSCHArelMEAL ... .as.
In tuaaniiiU. 10 sufi, fW sabj by
lliln H. HACKFKLH Co.
HfcW STYLUS U CunalsMa Uinins sum!
'ftdtavs; w caA kac vr ttWira ai A- M.
LLlsTHtrtssrte. ' ij