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tMtwflV 1gvr. tlw fmm an "i .piietT a-p'
ttrtftwiflil At om Ijim writing nrr t t t fi! trfltV
lftt imf fcrtter. n dtinW if nmri. r m.i.il-v U
upon MLjHMt iHrh Iltttv pfwdtir roming - I man; ff
oftr epV lwwihtrt od irjrftarn, m , h ii ii it- -nVi i
Ortlhoiftf n wIWi tretvwtt? fofr to fcfi on with
the ftUr tfttdtlxMn mtitH nf dwtjr, wek in ml we-V
'trfefoait of ItnrkfcM A to. wMrh nrmpifd
fin day, nm Mrtrt-.-wrrtn Mmfrfc-y bit. Tn Attend
Mir fi iM rri iti f (Hid a brety lnmrt rminfaind
lt ii Imiit tnil mrt fofm wnrth weie dlspofd
of Ii v 1 1 il ! ht rf(ftrr4fc In huyfrr;, Vy ii
tl ' tn jrM will, fwttwr ysflf, lift tfotfcr rnw
film r 'innllW hrf herififre tVy hntight
f slt I ttt lW TM show th-M IrV malt tnnV
hi ' -rtn ? al up anl tirgrij In ihr hands of
of mall eapN), thut f tWMMty ihy It r import-
rt l tirfy tV tf'vits frnfl. which thf rprnfth from
tlmMnrlnYe, ib? ren.f. IHe rnltrrthtn sale at
litiWw A Cn' thh week hm iitlrmiert AHfinhn
ihHhtf, and lit (hVM h hfH their entrr foree prett)
(h fmHffi ntrtttiU we Hat lmt the U H S Pcnm
ttM, Own f.llso( rn mate to Japan, (liinrt, dr Of
ttet)pHnm, the W II. IHmoml (n Sun rrtinricii
ofsly (rtot rrpt lnl ai t49T9-7i
Ittffrdrf t rmmtpr f mU ihtf, ami j llfcrlj' It
I fet Ht Wflc to gfw fw ttw Itiliftl frmt ftftrf th
fjmt. Ih I. M. H, S. CIit of Nw VmV itU
flit on Mamlny, n rnni for Sn Pwirei
Ihinnlitllt .Stitrf. tttut lltntil l.rt litlifff,
rwn, Morwlrf AniHt m, iMj.
IlaiVii Sunn Co . . . . , y
Knlbilt Hitfr Vo.. . , ffth .
II 1'rtcv(ll Itiitimlnrt Cf ....... if" ....
I trt H'u.l.ilu hitnriU ."- fH '5 ifo
Mm llAWfllhn Atti.-nltiiTft! Cft. ., .. .,.. ion ifw,
M.tVis JnjEnr ( .. ir
Waimihalrt Hitgar (!o .... ii lift
HtHiUMiijKnrl'ix, itywt jxtrirli pl.up itrwA ,, ,
J he KftM Suifar Co ,. . , iflmt tiyja
OftUh Hiifur Co , .. .
WAtW 8ifftr (i ... ...... ... w ... . iooo . .
IVcific AtiULn. , , , goM ....
Kibue Hi (fur t o , tun.,
Ihtl Silar (h. Jni . r
rfve lUrwIi 1'lantnii.jn Co. fljo) j$ 310
WaIaiui- (i . .... loft) l5 135
Union Mill L., J;j jvf itfSrp jmhj up ifmot .
Olowalu (. . , nft t . 7j
Mar Mill (t) rt s y
Jt Maui I'UntAtiun Co., ., it .
Onornn Stinr Lo. 10
I'.iiiLaa Sitgnr Co. ., ......... , id . 14
Kctiici(y Sugar Co. , . 10, im
IUntnM-lKH Siifir Co iu
llannktii .Mill Oi . um ,
Waidrtpii Siijtnf Cd. . . , . icwj ,
lliliuu Sugnr Co , ,. lmt im
lloinHnnnti Siifpr Co . .... , im . . , .
VAll KiiAI) KTOOtK.
llir tfnwiilm Kiilru.vl Co ... 300 ... ,
Kalmliil Uaitrial Ci. .. . 50a....
tfi Krnnur mx.k!t:
lift w? 1 1 An 1HI I rf ptiinif (o. .. 16,
llawalmn Iclt-phnnc lo , (M.iui). 35
Kau.il I rlcilioiMi' Co 10
IhtoA I law lit lclcptionc A 'I el. Co.,. 35 ....
MUCBU ANKOUt HfKkt AND m)SIrt.
Hie IIuimIuI 1 Iron Work Co . . . 50 ...
C llfrwer i-Cuini.in, (Mcruinlile) inu ...
InlerMAful Str.ini Naltfittmi Co. too 1 36 138
lt ,M ml Stock Co (KirxLi) im
I.. O. Hill & Son, (Limited) . 100 tao 114
Sujrcctit IIawiiIik 1u(hU ,, im
Seven rr cent Hawaiian lnt . 100
Nine ptrfm Hawimn lmnd , ,.
ft A I K.
a fcharc Krl.m Sugar Co., at $1750.
7 liiie Star .Mill Ctt nt 50,
II. KiFMRNciiKFiDrn. Secrcnrj
Arrived at Port of Honolulu.
1-Ikia, Mm, Ircii7rn(fni .Maul mill Mrdokui
Mjna, kIi , frnm Onomei uml I'aukai
1 1 dr-Anta, .Ji. Lrme. fn.in I'cpeckto
Wfldttf, m It, from M ilikn.
W'ltiitianula, Mm, Ntrlni, from Waiiuinilo
1. It. lisli.)i, itnt,Cunutm, fnim K.nni .
Kihiif.i Hon, Mm, Scar, from Kalmltit
Knutkrioiili. sch, frjlii Hotiokn 1 .
( 1111. SJfjjil, rlt, fruin Kixilan
1 Imkal, vdr, fmni W'.iulm
I ikeliVr, Mm, I inj, from HEIonnd a port
MoknliI,Mm, MUrreur, fnni KaUup.tp'i
Cater 1111, m.Ii, frgm Tlatt.tki
Milo Moiri, wrli, front Koxlau. ..
Pitio.h, U. b. S , I rl-n, from tall 10
J a me Maker, Mm, Ml I tumid, fiom Kltiai
l.iliolilui, m.Ii, fmtri Kiikiuliacle.
U'uiiiunalo, tini, Nd-um, from Wannanuci .
Kubinaiiti, 4.li. from Ouknli .
Mtkulu, Mm, Mcdrriiur, from Koolm. .
M irion, frfli, frum KuLttikiele. .
Wan h, li, from i'.mitmi
latolo, cli, from llakaltu
lw-,hni,Mm, Ritrs fur M.01I and Hawaii
M'nl... ... .).. .... V, L. 1.,- VV .,!...-!
. . .. t.idij, iui .mwfi 111 1 aunt 111 iiu .
Kekauhiulit, cli, fr llarulei
Ka Mui, m.Ii, for l.-mpaluM-lKM-
Mokolu, Mtnr. MtHrrsor, fur Kihujup
W II Kcefl.Mm, t-rlcksrii, for llilo
Irninr, m Ii, for N'awdiuili
Kttwiei Hon, Mmr, Sears Tor Kalinlui
C It llidiop, Mm, Cameroit for Kitiui
IImi, um, U)rcii7cn, for MolwVainntt lima.
Mokoln, klm, Mc(rccir, for Kooliu
Maiy Alict, m-Ii, ftr Kabupa'a
Patuhi, xcli, for Haiulfl ... . .
Oen Sicl, m:i, fur Kotilau
I.ikrlike, htm, Kim', fur Hiloaud wnj iturtu
Waimaiulo, Mm, NcUm, for Wahnanalo
Main, hIi , for Hunuiimand lUukxi
Kuiukrauiili, m.Ii, ftr Honokua ,.
fatcilna, sell, for llarulci
WuUIe, kIi, for Mnliko
I Imkal, mIi, for Wthlut . .
Mile MorrU, srh, fir Koul 111 . , .
Kei're, Am Uk, Hindu, for Port lownwml
Nt In Mrrrill, u.li, Llin-Jun, for Iiliainx.
liaiiibow, rt Ii , f r Koolaiu . . ,
Helper, Am Lk., Uj-dcr, for Port lowntietid ,
W II Dun. nid, Am Lktne, llnii.lk-tt, fr S K.
IHAStactvy, Am tern. Raj , for Lure k a
J a met Maker. McHonatd, for Kaiial ,
lUlcikali, wli, f 1'rpcckco
1 Itioldio, sell, for Kolot ...
, . Merchant Vessels Now In fort,
C ANor US S hii.it uie)er . ... .Ger bk
jriikt .... Am lk
.U S. S
fiV Vessels Expected from Forclcn Ports
Hhkmkn, Gcr. W. Mazatlaw...., Sindcr
Hue Nov. I in. II, H.tckfcM ii Lo.. Acenl.
HKKHKN, liaiV. UK,
Due Wuv ao-i. H
CAhuirr, Haw. tk. Iolani ... .GirtcU
Due llec. 1 in. II. UackliM t Co.. AReiil.
Ntw Cahtlk, N S. W , lint bk Aciniji Wii min Guy
Due Nov t-pr. 11 Hickfild & Co., ARentt.
Nkw CsitK, N. S. W., (ter tik CnHiHriKK-WiUfant
Duo (Ki. ivm, IL Hackfcld A Co., Ac-ntv
Nuu Casts r, N h. W,, Auu tk., M 1iukui r Sears
Nrw Cart if, N S W, IlkUK Ulk ,
Nrw Casti.1i, N. S. W . Am bktne Malay Icierun
Nb Vtuk, Am. Lk. Smktan Crow-Ie,
Now due. dule & CAoke, Agcnrs
NW YoKK, Hi it. Ik, HSNk JAMKH. . .Ijllimore
To ball cail in June. Ciutle ft CcuLe, Agnt.
LpkKftxtL, Unt. lk, Ulf oh AsoirvkA Hunt)
Doe bct. 1 5. (1, W. MjcfeiUue & Co, Agents.
HHihKL, DiU tk. Malij4mr Ldkm
l)uSe4. ij-ao. II. I)ite4 ii Co,, At;eiitt.
l.lh.k1MI, lint. tk. LKTTKkKNk. .
LlVRNItNiL, Urit Ik. ClMKCA .
1'okt Gamuik, Am. tk , V MhKAUi Gaiter
Now due. H, lUAfcld A Co., Atcti.
IIostos, Am. 14. Mautha Uww IVnun
Uidlni-. May j. C. Iltewcr fiCo., Agnus,
ItKfWkK, Ger. tki MAIAri AN - -
l,uadm)t Ma it IL IlickMJ i Cu., Agents.
SN ritANciscii, I'MSh, OrYiiSwNKv .Daitorn
Due Aufimt 4. II. UackftM Co., Aijenti.
San FtttNUM,.), K HbniHTRH
SlN IkANulVCU, Am Jk.lt, IwitH.HT Wliltne)
Sak l-KAKi.iM.il, Am, tktn l.i hick a I.kk ... -
San httANLlxo, Auu tLtnc l.uits ClAi imna Mai son
BM FriXCIK.'Q, r M h.R. ClTVOr SlNb
Due Autf. 3. H. llackfeUli Co,, Aiciuk.
bviiNKV, r M.,tCirv iw Nkw ouk , Colli
Due Auu. 17 II, Ilackfttl & Co., A cent.
Iliuttuiiir, Am. tktne MiiMlDK. .
UcnK Cookt, A if lit ft.
II 1, U. M, S. Skiturtt-ir.
Uvlen Mfith ta11ast ajtie ditCDurn&ms (tor(
artcr uf tral ousting kliip rapta'mt rcientl).
Iht IjxA) tampsout discliaricod all her UHvk U4
1 turvlay, ul it budiug iko and Ur.
'Iht MhoLMMtr UluJiho took a lareeiiuaniii) uf rail
tiud no.1 ti Kuloa, kaual, Icatuii; IiuimU.
It lhurwJa the ultooocr UlcalaUltx4froiutldi
1 kh 1 anew toiler ud double tltevt, (or the Amiuulu
From Mt and MoLAai, t lhtu, Aufua ij
Kruut Kaltului. -tr KlUuea Hon, Augtist it ( vttnt
StiUkUil, Mr 1'utiunt, W tdvtanlt, A D ( mane)
W K Seal,' I, Alaiu, s Hop, U W Ka i.ui, biu
atid 4 otlirrs.
Fuut Kauai, per C K llivltop, Au -ul iS I Ion W II
Kuaand ihife. Hun I W Kalua, uiUiuikl !.. Mrs I.
katdtuum.J MeuU, FUKhlcr, U(.eikevl WAUial,
S W Wdvok, F(AuliMaiut if MIn AmMmuoo,
Yrwu Maul and ll.wati, lief I llrlilf. Auum I9K
V.luun. K Ulll, (. (-..tll.tK, V J, Mi.,
N Auiliii, lluil K Sliiluii:, Mi.. Uil, J A Ma.uiu L
lAAcy, I A Cmw. W II AlJikh. Kvblmry. JK
Kjxjinui, KlkfUnw. WKiuJ, It Uitb, Ktv S
lljjlju lUkl ift, t I llaalurs I K .VsiUuuh, J t
mitif tA lliursiuti, It McKciuici lr 1 II iiiKr
A Bantu. A luUi.4tkh V "" )'. J J Kruou,
Mm W UJ 1, MIm HuUia!; ilr. .liUwi.
Fivmi K.haI. t Janicii &IaViY Auut . VJ.
gAHKM, 0 A 4b.n
YM Matii atvl lUwaii. ir lkmt. AuUM ir
K 1 nukw i.uuuk. 11 k 11 pukw f.
1(M H.MM. Mi, t: l' Wpnl l 1 tltiUiiu, Mi. J V
KaIh y rr MnVrlil Aaeoo 1 lir ft 1
Ii K 1 iiini pr KiLmi
II (i Atwiw j.
Mrf.nfitn Mi I Kn nn.
. II -n JWKTui tlt
Iv . S K irv4iil a and wife
.ir lat flw! n itnl, tr lhnn, nt(nt to )
(.mnvild It l.arrrll, I I Ret Wife and , WimR
I .rhtirti wft KMVp Ant 7 Hon W II
Iflff Hill t r I I jr . I- K I ni
t nrmnf Mr r K M It,
W UpBt I iWrthrreMnV A hrilla unir,
jr , Mi- I a t K ih l-minnA
Fw I'mi Ifiwnsrrd tptt tiftrk RyerF. iivnt i -(
tffVr, I S'til.f, I I rt lerWIt nd wwi
for Mini und Ifuwrtri, prr I ikrlilf. Anfut 1)1 Uh
F lw I O fMm-nK Hev I'mtr fohntt, lr T II
I'niirr, A Hume-. Mi I. Holron, Mr M ITffwn. MW
If nmtffnV, ft II (tmnt. A llpmit J K Kiiwaimi A
l.fttnhh, Hev I Mjikhrfn, ( llmrt, JA Ktm'itv am!
wife, Mm llnfl. Miw lhlMaiWl. Hon II A W-.
Mitiw. M Tl Mm,- nj(, A Irvfrv, Mm P Milton, I
ror !nn Frnrwiwt, per H inmmvl, Arltn I fl
Mrs ,11 mien an 1 rninirrn, j 1
tttin, (t ll(.rtt MmHIfoMli
. rhIMrrn, J 1 1 I rtwkmn, J A Ma-
mv, J 11 ina'fc, iri A
Ftjr Knnpt j r Ijin- Matcee, AnittMi i S l Wil
en II VellFr
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SaV'IM jkj )AV PRIiSS,
SATURDAY, AUGUST s. iMj
n.Dsr. in' 1 m.ru u.
Willi llii. Imiic tlmw llic llilnl volume ol
llir Sfllitrdiiy I'rrs. Wc arc not, n n rule,
yiven to self prdfaic, lmt c lullcve llic connUt
fncy of our emirw licrilciforc i n ptiarJiilcf
Ihnt nn (ulin ulll Ih mtnl lo nicnl llic cnnfl'
iltnee ami miitiort (if llic jitilillc I Inn far tlie
I'rcwi has Kilhfieil llic culwttatlon of llic pull
lie In their (Umiuiil for an oultjNikcn cxxincnl
In llicir interest, our incrcn.iii" ulriiliin
nn(l ailveilWiiR intronific ampry iroe.
Onlrn; In (lie proMiuc ujioii our columns uc
prorc willi llic new volume to Iwuc a regular
weekly fullfiarjc ,upilcnirnt, anil cnnlimplaic
ccr.il clnni;o in m.ikc-up that mIII iroc
atlmnlngeriiin to llic reader. It will ever lie
our nlin In study the vilxcrilicr'i inlcmts.
H'liilc llinnklnp tlie cnnnnunily for llicupKiit
mi far ivvcn llic Prow, wc upecirullyank all
olmir pnlron. nol iiil) lo renew llicir ulcrip
lioin, lmt to 1imv llicir hearl) en ocralion
lowanl the cslalilMinicnt of a free ami imlc
pcmlciit pro, Ii) wmlini; in, cacli, a new name
for llic cniuiiiK n1uinc.
srnv.r.r tiiamw.i rs.
Mr. Julius Smiih, nn engineer of long ex
perience in Sin 1'rancisco Mrect railway IniiliU
itig, Int conic tn this city In lonl. Into llic pro
ject of street railway lniiMing in this city, in
llic inlcrests of Mr. William I'kmcnlcw.
The manifest advantages of a street railway
system in Honolulu, If fivftrly (Oinltictcii,
appeal, directly or indirectly, to every perin
in llic place. Whether .uch roads lnll lie nn
idvanlage or a disadiantagc dipeiiils entirely
upon the ininncr in which llicy arc conductcil.
If they give Ihc commuiiity cheap fares, arc
run svvifll) and regularly, and do nol, for pur
imscx of general travel, injure the streets on
which they run, these roids cannot fail lo
become a pulilic benefit. In discussing Mr.
riowcrdeiv's project, a few weeks since, the
I'ress cmjilnjiil the following language: "On
Ihc face of things, the proposition looks like a
purely specuhtive one. It does not appear
Ihat Mr. Wowerdcw his such interests in the
country as compel llie belief that he viould lie
likely lo operate the road as an investment
should he secure n charter." Since that
writing, Mr. riovvcrdevv has relumed from
S111 I'rancisco. What we said then was a
mere expression of the feeling of husincss men
uKin the subject. Since his return Mr.
riowerucw aiiitinic lias lie-en sucn as to com
mand the rcsptctful consideration of the
IMiiinc. lie nas asKeil ncitlier charter nor
subsidy, and states lint he means to go into
llic project as a liusineu venture, cnnliilint
Ihat the business will pay a small but sure
profit. We hope In give details of the pre
ject in a local article next week.
-I .v i:.vi'i..t.t nox.
Uast week the Press said: " In
anolher case, a citiren enters into a quasi-
agicement with the government lo rent a lot of
land for the erection of a government building.
1 he lot is contiguous In land of equal dimen
sions leased for a jearly rental at least two-
birds less linn the jearly rental In bo paid by
the gov eminent, for Ihirly years at Ihc end ol
vvhieli time the building erecleil by the gov
ernment is to rcveit lo the owner of llic land
Mr. fieorgc W. Macfarlane was
the gentleman meant by the sentences quoted
He is entitled to a respectful hearing, and If
his version of the affair under discussion be
not fairly outlined in Ihc following statement,
he will bo accorded ample spice lo make a
more complete showing. Mr. Macfarlane has
informed the writer that negotiations looking
In the purchase or lease of a lot in llilo, lo be
used for the erection of a custom house, were
Ix'gun in Aptil of this year. The site desired
by the niinl.tcr of the interior was a lot in the
block ow lied by Messrs. (!. W, Macfarlane &
Co., facing the sea near llic present steamer
landing, and at precnt partially occupied by
various stores. The sire of the lot tcquircd
was (Jouoo, the leaser dimension- lepresi nting
the fiontage on I'ront street. When first
asked aUmt the properlj, Mr, Macfarlane re
plied tint he was unable tn sell llie property
at precnt, as a dower interest in the block
was held. Hut Mr. Macfarlane offered to
lease the property for a term of years, asking
first $100 a month, basing the rental upon tlie
prospective valuation of llie properly, for
which he expresses sanguine expectations 0f
matked incieac of value. None of the other
plots iu the block were rented for long terms,
and fur fifteen year lea.es of lots .ichioo, ihc
owner wasnuVrcd $50 a month, 'Die minister
of the interior refuted to pay $100 a month,
but, after looking at oilier property in ililo,
expressed a willingness to pay $75 per month
for a lot of the dimensions rcinnred. to lie
t.fken .v. neail) rts yiblc from the. center of
the block. Whereupon a letter, of which the
following is a ropv, was se-ut to Minister of
uie iniciior uusii, nnjuiy nun:
July if., tSSj.
our 1acki.LB.ncv t In puru.ince of our
vcrlial agrrcment of sorio weeks since, with
relation In A lease ofa site for llie new custom
house at llilo, we U-gnow to oiler in writing
the icrnii then substantially agreed umiii.
IViidliii! a survey or measurement of tins bloek
of ground owned lij im in iivnl the center of
which you wi.n 10 nave llic cu.iom house
ereilcd lacing rtuntslievt and the sea, Ws
havuonlv lo-tlay teTeivtil from t'apiain Svn
cer (the former owner of the pr"p ity) a pi in
of the block incntitiiiril, a e."p) ol wluJi we
inclose to you.
We pniKe lo lea you for the government
one hundred (loo) feet depth of lot and siity
(tV)) (Vei fionlage on Trout street, Kvinnlng
at any miut on Lot V, or F (as will boset-u
by leferviice to nupl, and cxleiidin' sixty ((to)
feet towards King stieei: t.J(t iMAlitn wllliin
ihoo limits to lie at our cffwii.
IViuw of lease to l lluitv l?o) scars
fiom Oetulk-r I, iSSj, at a rental of seventy
live dollars ($75) per calendar uioutli. The
govetnimnt liaviug thcrigl)! lo purclusu the
kind at any time iluiing the oUlencc of the'
leave, at a piiev that may U' mutually agreed
upon, but, if at the cxiiiration of the lease,
term (jo j ears), tlo puicluse of the real estate
lus been niada lis the goverumtnl. the build
Ing and livluio sic (o revert In us.
We u main, dear sir.
Vour most obeiieut scivanls,
IJ, W, MAcrAKUM: & Cm.
Mr. Ikish repli.il cm July 35th, ccccting
(lie terms, Mr, MatfjiUne maintains llial he
transaction was a perfectly li-gitinutc one; avxl
li any either pusincsk buu, unOvr ikceir-j
11 tt orm.nw tst:
A man- nrd ii ti 11 h 1 imI a- Vi
lMnl Itnl whert1 t hnn niUctu umI pin
rnriN ,(ihc c mire ifcVi i hjlf price' ihey
ran rnt Idnm ih pntilic for cuprrwnR a wint
nf nnfLlmnfai. tlukn nt ft ittiirt lirttltrtM nf
1 , , . . V .
uic micK m in't'n w r-Mnxrii in prrcc.
lltirkp's Mllre nn (he word innjcsty is teverc.
"SllipnMJeMy nf Itn Mtefkr ( the first dnil
last letters) nd It !crmie f Jtit lltft this
l I rite 6nty when the monarch choowi tn
mitke it an. 'the king who trf(htlv under
lands the great truth lint the Interesl of llw
prnple are also hi imeri, neeil ncTer fear
to make his rmjesly "a jenl."
The lidiculoiis fol-de ml in which Masters
Cilills laurten arid llnrrle IV.ir R'1 jfldrng
through r.mope, ai the eipcttue of the lax
fl)CM of this klngdoiullng, is shamHessly ex
ptoiled In a recent immlier of the Court
Journal. It is disgraceful ih-u Ihc ieiiple's
Ittnne) should lie spent in such a fashion, and
no one tail the primate of Kanla would ever
have cmmwleil such a farce.
The Curette Ins unkindly shown how Mr.
Cilnon'n ia per appropriated a sensalionalarlicle
from one of l'rank Leslie's publications nf May
121I1. Hut the cruel writer neglects tn explain
that in Ihc eastern imagination of the piemicr
primate of llie Undiscovered Country all good
literary wink is mirrored; and Ihat Mr. (jib
son was metcly anxious to give the oIkcuic
writer In the oliscure sheet Irom obscure Is'cw
.Voik ihc benefit of llie-wide circuhtion and
cnvixhle reputation of the Pacific 'Uiicoinmcr
The graceful pens of ihe talented young
airnteurs who "do" ihc.nouews columns nf
the Diily Dodger and the Uncommercial Ad
urtlscr are never so chcctfully or so con
genially employed n when writing those
chinning puffs of cigars given litem by local
dialers,. When the Dodger Imy undeilak
lo dcscrilic a locality he never saw, and the
Tiser lad essays to pilm off a column Irom
Frank Leslie's as original, the community
"won't have it ;" liul when Ihey virile aliout
cheap cigars they arc writing about the fanul
iar friends of their budding manhood, and arc
on safe ground.
An incident occurred nt South Kolmh last
week which Illustrates a feature in the mail
service which might be improved. The nr.t
master of South Kohala wished lo send a mill
to Kawaihae lo forward by the Likehke. which
was one day htc. Hut the regular mail had
been dispatched on the day previous, and the
postmaster had no authority to employ a man
10 send letters on the irregular day. As some
of Ihc letters were for Mr. l'rank Spencer,
now in this city, that gentleman' clerk went
to the expense of forwarding the mail, a duty
which clearly belonged to the government
l'0-.tnnstcrs ought to have discretion in such
The address delivered in V. M. C. A. Hall,
a week ago last Monday, before Ihe friends of
Algeroln Ixlgc, I. O. G. T., was reproduced
in full in last Wednesday's Gazette. Il is well
worth reading for what it says and the way it
puts il. We quote a suggestive passage :
There seemsa grow nig dKpoiition on Ihe part
01 " llic Kiwers that lie, ill tins community,
to grant more licenses for llic sale of intoxicat
ing minks. Certainly a vouni; country is not
hound to be guided by the actions or traditions
of one older than itself, but it is a remarkable
fact, that while Ihe present licensing act of this
kingilom an act which I think every one
present will agree willi me in saying has done
much to facilitate the sale of drink was being
advocated by the ministers nf Kinu Knlakau.-i,
llie ministers of Queen Vieloiia were advoca
ting restrictive legislation in this particular
mailer. Mr. W. L. Gladstone, 111 a very able
speerh which he made upon that occasion, said
um -- lrniK is more eusasiroiu unu war, pes
tilence, or famine."
Ihcaildresisdclivcrcd by Uev. A. O. Todies
last Tuesday night, before the congregation of
Tort-Street Church, deserves to be read by
every reader in the land. Il was printed in
last Wednesday's Gazette. Us concluding
sentences have a ring ihat ought to set' Ihc
echoes flying for reform :
You owe II to them to use vour utmost
efforts to purify the sources of government,
and lo rectify liad government, and t sustain
every Inmost effort of the olficials to execute
You owe it to this nation to lit your voice
be heard with no uncertain sound against
diuukcnncv, and corruption and beasihiics.s.
in high places a.s well as low, and to u-e jour
best efforts to avert the rum which threatens
Ihc national life.
Thank God ihat some newspapers in this
community nave likcii a noui ami mam) sianil
for righteous government and good morals,
and nie nobly leallling for the right. Thank
God that vvujct have a free press. lint jou
cannot throw off jour individual responsibility
upon ihe press. Arc voiidoini? all lint von
can to keep jour hands clear of the blood of
tins nation Ur are jou endeavoring to shield
jourseii uciiinu me ummtrtrt excuse f
The " tone " of this ppvr docs not suit
some people. These nice, clean, respectable
Tolk do not like newspaper strife. Thcyde-p
ricaic harsh language. They live in a com
forlablc, rose-lined world of luxury and ease;
they have a good life position under the gov
ernment, or an established firm, and things are
all serene with them. What do they know or
care aliout Ihe inevitable result of keeping
llilcvcs and incompetents an I visionaries and
pandcrcrs in the highest governmental posi
tions. Wc do not expect accurate judgment
from the officers of men-of-war or the distin
guished isitnni from abroad, who come and
go and sec mil) the surface of things. Hut it
tiec-onies disgraceful when men who have lived
here all their lives, and who know very well
how allairs stand, will neglect to airay them
selves on the right side. The "Opposition"
Is no mora the y .Missionary" party than llie
"Palace" part) is the "Kino's" 'party.
There arc no men In this country who more
clearly see Ihe Inevitable result of cabinet
knavery than some of the white vvorkingnicn
who form already the nucleus for a strong
aggressive puly nn these si imU There arc
good and liail elements among these working-
men. Let planters and mcrelunts look lo it,
that these, the K-st elements, find cordial co.
operation. Tor, remember this 1 The white
workiugincn of these islands arc Wit ignorant
cKmIs. They are, most of them, men who
lead and think. Some are religious ami some
ate not. If (he honest men aiiioiiu ihcm
who ma) or may not lie religious join with
the lioncst merchants, the honest planters and
the hones! natives who alvo, may or may not
l religious no cabinet of any party can long
defeat the people's will.
i:mivK Svruitlwv PhtAS-Sir. The road
supervisor is doing some good road-making on
School street, vvhieli, when finidicd, will be as
good as nn) in ihe city.
Now, tlii good road will not Iv of much
value, unless Libia street Is repaired in the
Mionld the minister of the inleilordetcim ne
to reiuir Llldu street land it need, muirv
I udlyj, n, great good will Iw accomplished, as it
win auuui a oe-ititiui nnvvf hir our ciiuens.
Another advantage in pulling IJIiha street
in good repairs, will 1 the oiwriing of quite a
numlier of doiublc building l.vrs, so that the
government will soon reap a gixslincome from
laic on, new dwellings that will lie erected 01)
that pleasant Ureal. IsmUUs thi.. all the
I property along the street will increase in value
Tin: m nut s ut nw.i:.
f rtmttnt Vnrthtn uf thr htmhiitttf
IHrlMlmi .Imtff .hht.t.
There can be no q i-ston is to the vital
ner'-wll) of inn I lining a strict siirvrilksncc
mrr v ii I ntrhing here- wit h dangerous and
ronLifri"u' diseases "ii lioard. tt is Ihe duly
of Ihe stati lo protect the nth!ic health. Tor
this reason ample ptiwer is gh-i n by law lo Ihe
iHMrd of health, ami the geneial iiilhnrfty Is
given lliem to nrakc such " qnarantlne regula
tirws as It shall jmlge neeesrmiy for lite heallb
and tafrrty nf the inhabitants,"
lint (Ire Imrtril of liealth bss a duty tn per
foim, ax far in foreign v-csel are roncerned.
One of ihcwr Is given by seel Kin 1J2 : "The
board of health may, from lime to lime, estab
lish the quarantine to be H.rforinel by vcwe-ls
arriving al anj rmrt of Ihe kingilom.' Xnvv, a
imarantfnc is defineil to lie (rl nrnnerlv the
spice of forty day. 1 appropriately, the term of
tun)- mi', moors; wintn n nip nrriTinu in
port, and xnspr-eted nf lirlmi Infected with a
malignant or contagious disease, Is nb'igrd to
forlwnt all inli-rcottrse with the eily or plaec.
'I his linn was clviscn, lieransv il wassmixised
tliat any infeeiiims disease would break nut, if
al all, within that period ; (3) hence Hie word
means, "renlrainl of Intercourse to which a
shin may lie subjected, on tlie Presumption
that lie may Ik- infected, cithei for forty days
or for any other limited icrnxl,"
It is a general rule in ever) enuntn hat Ihe
proper omcers maj uclerinltic the ienoil ol rc
xtraint nt their discretion, nccordlni! to circinu-
sluice., and I tlilnk Ihat section V)l of Ihc
Hawaiian Civil Code, in authorizing the Ixilrtl
of health to establish the quarantine to be per
formed by all vessels, etc, was meant lo con
fer tins very power, to wit t that the period of
restraint and lion Intercourse to which vessels
arriving here arc to be subjected, must be
ilelinlteiy settled and cslalilhlii d liy the hoard
in lieniin. llic very idea 01 a quarantine Im
plies that it Is for a definite, limited time.
And il would be quiic compelfnt for the lioard
of health on the expiration of one miar.intlnc.
if there should lie a fresh outbreak of disease
on a ship, lo establish n further niiarinline,
I do not go lo the extent of, sajing that llie
delimlc term 01 quarantine lor nil ship) cannot
be varied to suit the exigencies- of any parti
cular ca,c or disease. I think, as the iower
is given to establish "from time to lime," the
quarantine to lie performed by vessels, lint a
ship under exceptional circumstances maj lie
Milijictcd lo exceptional quirantitie, without
uic lorrnitit) 01 repealing tlie lormerly eslal)
lishcil period, and establishing a new term.
Hut, I understand lint the hoard of health
had by regulation, last Published in December,
18S0, established a cpiarantine of fifteen dajs
lor crews ami pisscngcrs of vessels having
smallpox on Hoard.
Wns the Madras regularly in quarantine
while the board of health incurred the expen
dilurcs, the subject of this controvcrsj? And
were these expenditures Incurred under any
quarantine regulations? Unless Ihey were,
plaintiff cannot recover. It would not be iitst
to exact Ihc severe penally of confiscation and
sale 01 a vessel Iot exicnscs ol quarantine, un
less notice of the liabtlilj is given lo Ihe vessel
and she is made aware of the restraint Imposed,
and its duration and convouences. I or in
stance, if a vessel should arrive herefrom &
purl infested with cholera, .mil a quarantine of
twelve months should Pc cslaliliseil lorncr.lt
is quite nobble that the Vessel might not be
willing tn submit lo il, and, If the nature of
her voj-age admitted ol it, she might return lo
uic iort whence -lie came without undergoing
I do not understand that Ihc Madras was
put in quarantine by the written declaration
made by the president of the Im ml of health
of April 19th, that Ihe Madras may be
regarded as in quarantine, "qi'alified by the
.statement of the secretary-, to the agcnls to the
vessel tint she was in quarantine for recruits.
but not for passengers," for no period of
restraint was stated, it is itiihcult to under
stand whil was meant by "quarantine for
recruits, bin not for passengers." If the words
mean an) thing, they mean thai no period of
restraint, however long, would sullice alter
which the passengers could be landed from the
Madras. A statement being made to a ship,
"jou are in quarantine," this condition of
things might last for months or jcars, and the
expenses of watching the vessel consume her
entire value. 1 avoid sajing nn) thing here
as to the power of the government to alto
gether .refuse iiermission to citizens of a state.
willi whom we have no treaty securing this
right, to land in this kingdom. I 'or although
the first rcsoluliorunf the boird of heallb was
to the cflect thai its president was cnqiowcrcd
to prevent the landing of an) pisengcrs from
the steamer Madras, this iHisitioii was not
adhered to by the government, and the pas
sengers were finally allowed to be (anihd.
If the Madras hail been placet) in a definite
quarantine, and quarantine regulations required
her to be watched with guard.-, in patrol lioats,
or otherwise dining this period, these and
whatever expenses were necessarily incurred in
maintaining this quarantine would hive to be
paid liy the vessel.
She was, howcicr, kept in a stale of uncer
tainty lor a period of nearly two months, and
all Ihc while Ihe expenst s were being incurred.
The action laken bj' the lniard of health in
allowing her well passengers, lo lie landed and
put in a quarantine of twenty-one das s. could
have lieeu taken immediately on the arrival of
tlie vessel here nnd this large expenditure
It was certainly necessary lo watch the ves
sel to prevent pissengcis, weary of the re
straints of a long vojage and cxcittd by their
fears of the disease among them, from escaping
ashore antl thus spreading the infection
among our people but il the passengers were
ever to lie allowed to be landed on these
shores, ihey should have liccn landed in
quiranlinc, reasonaiilj soon aitir their arrival
hereand some guards would have been neces
sary; but for only a few days, exclusive of the
ponod ol shore quarantine, which is not in
question ill this suit.
The datiger lo the health of the community
from smallpox; was not al all lessened by de
taining Ihe ship outside with so large a num
ber of passengers confined on Ixiaul for so long
a lime; In lacl, the contagion increased on
board during that time.
Quarantine Rule 2, published on Deceinlicr
It. ibSo. reads: " On Ihe arrival of anv vessel
at any port of this kingdom, having had or
sun Having any person sick 01 smallpox on
ImiiiiI, the vessel shall be detained in quaran
tine the sick shall be sent to the nuarantine
hospital, and the crew and passengers shall lie
submitted to nuarantine for fifteen davs."
Now, If this regulation had been put in force
against ine.viatiras on her arrival at this port,
the probability is strong that she would have
lieen released from quarantine ami sailed
hence within a month.
It would pot bo ju,( lo compel the Madras
lo pay for guards in watching liir for anv
longer than was niccssary; say, for a period of
a lew- nays, suiiicient 10 cnaiiie tne authorities
to prcmre the quarters for the reception of the
passengers. There is no testimony before me
indicating precisely now man) days would be
suiiicient. Hut il seems lo me that one week
would 1 ample time, and for guirds fortius
period only is the Madras liable,
I can draw- no oilier chnclusion froni the
whole testimony in this case than this, that the
boanl of health, fiom the time of the arrival of
the Madras, April loth, to May 7th, had not
only not put the Madras in definite quarantine,
but did not intend to put her into a quarantine,
contemplating the landing of her passenger
after Ihe danger frgm infection waso(er, for,
1111 to this latter date, there is no intimation
given In the .Madras as lo when Ihc period of
her non-intercourse with the shore would
cease, or be likely to cease.
It is perfectly clear that, if the lioard of
neaitn nan aune-reil 10 its decision and the
pavsengets jier Madras liad never Wen allow cd
lo land, and she had gone oil' to some other
port, the board of health could not have re
covered from her their expenses incurred in
restraining per irom having intercourse Willi
tho shore, and Ihe espensca now sued for are
iluitet analogous, for they were incurred More,
the Madras was put in quarantine, which was
not until alsiut June 1st,
Judgment will 1 entered for Ihc libel lant
for the amount of cvornses of guard, and
Uuts for one week, and this m-altcr is referred
to the clerk of the court loliwss and report
lo Ihe court, Ilich (arty to pay hii tri costs.
The typical American gul i described by
0-cir W ldc as a pretty nasi of unrsisonalilc.
nesa in a desert of common sense.
Prince IuU of lUltenbun'e. who was with
the Duke of Connaughl in Kgypt, was some
1 ears ago in vaiuiia, ami on ami nccavuin, a
lohday inlervcniiig. it became impossible to
gel the cards of invitation for a lull on lioard
the llagshlp primed. I'ltucc Units Mud the
proprietor ol one of the punlim- oiScmi. went
to the rate, took off his coal, rolled up hit
sk-eses, ami se( up the card, afterwards mt
infi it. In accordance with a guod Ueruun
cutUMii, lie lud been regularly iostrucjusl in the
art, trade and wlm uf a pjiitlM. TmmU
IOI lit I V I.
IxMiMann Is loo commonly imagined lo Ik-
me vast marsh, intersected by sluggish water
courses, a veritable breeding plaec nf malaria,
where the nights are made hideous by the
croaking of frogs, the hissing of replies and
the roaring of alligitorn, while above these
xivauuis, Inhabited by a rice pcnctinlly tremb
ling willi ague, borers llie deadly spexlrc of
jciiow lever, grastrtnv: in one nam 1 llie scythe
of dcslriiriion, and in ihe other Ihe )ellow llag
of quiranlinc. Consequently there are realty
man) people who deem it an act of courage t
ilcxcenfl Ihe Mississippi antl land uton the
lines of the .Mexican Gulf. l!nt those who
veniuic In do this are well rewarded forlhHr
tln, They can IkxisI, a wtII as Ihe piohecr
explorers of Southern Africa -the Living
stones, Crania ami I)c llraM-lm( without
filiguc or danger, of having dlacoreretl un
known lands finds near us, never! helen, and
well worthy In allwi Ihf allentlmi nf tourists
from all nails of the world.
Never ibies Ihe traveler without agreeable
surprise Inverse Ihiim.iiki lor Ihe first time,
and find ihe land inhaliilcil by a healthy, vig
orous, amiable and industrious people, dwell
ing in neat antl often elegant Ipim", sur
rounded by richly cultivated fields, and a
xeml tropical vegetation unlike any in the
Noilhern United Stales or llurnne. An Infin
il) of Uyotis (little wntcr-coumes created by
inc inuiirauons 01 me .viississippi, inerelore
termed by Ihc Indians Meschicelie "father
of waters ') serve as highways of coimnunica
linn for Ihc population. Nothing could lie al
once mnrc convenient and'more charming thin
these sell-moving highways; Ihey convey
produce antl merchandise cheaply, and theii
banks, bordered with magnificent sugar or
cotton plantations, alternately and nlmost
without transition offer to the traveler's gac
the splendors of the virgin forest, with lis
lianas nnd bints of a thousand lines, or tlie
highest manifestations nf industrial enterprise
and mcrexsful modern agriculture.
Therefore Inuisiana does nol feel llic need
of railroads lo Ihc same degree n the states of
Ihc north nnd cast. Stcainlxiats find a facile
route for (lie transportation to nnrkcl of hjr
lien unu vittieo protiucis. lo-oaj, iievcnnc
less, a number of railroads traverse the stale,
which will soon have little cause to envy even
those countries most favored In regard to
means nf communication.
In tauisiana, railroads will find a profitable
traffic, especially in those natural products
vvnicn give nutrition 10 a implicate innusirj-, at
once agricultural ami mechanical. 1 ni-sc pro
ducts consist of tobacco, rice, cotton and
sugar, nil of which must pass thtough sundry
manipulations of au indtistihl character btforc
being delivered for consumption. Sugar es
peci illy is talker a manufactured article than
an agricultural product, strictly speaking. It
constitutes, however, the principal olqetl of
iigtieuiiurai.-ioti iiieconincai iiititistty in iahiisi
The soil of Ibis slate is especially adapted
lo the cultivation of Ihc sugir cane. That -soil.
as cverpbody knows, has been formed by the
slow tlejiosils ol the .Mississippi, antl excepting
the Delia of the Nile, there is probably no sod
richer, more substantial, or deeper, than tlie
alluvial lands which border the Mexicin Gulf
at the mouths of the great river.
These lands never suffer from drought so,
Ii1lmic.1l lo the sugir-cane in most tropical
countries inasmuch as they arc Intersected in
every direction ny water courses, as a con
sequence ol these favorable conditions, Louisi
ana vegetation preserves its freshness and its
beauty through llie hottest period of the dog-
thjs, and even into the coldest months of
T he cold spells, indeed, constitute one of
the miin disadvantages ot sugar culture along
the liorder3 01 the .Mississippi. Hut it would
be erroneous, nevertheless, to suppose 1h.1t
culture inferior in productiveness to any other
in tne world, rrcmalurc cold may, indeed,
occasionally diminish ihe profits of llic planter,
hut what form of agricultural industry, in anv
part of the world, can assure its undertakers
ngamst all chances of loss?
The cultivation of Ihc sugar-cane in Louisi
ana gives results far superior to anj vvhieli
the Uuropcan planter can hope to obtain from
the beet root. Twelve tons of sugar to the
acre, even it well-manured soil, is considere-tl
a good crop in Gcrimnj-, while twenty ami
twenrj-fivc tons to the ncie is a result com
monly obtained -in Louishm, willi no oilier
manure linn young bean stalks worked into
the soil. The German beet root, richest of all,
contains aliout twelve per cent of sugar, while
the sugar-cane contains from fourteen to
eightt en per cent of saccharine miller. More
over, cane-growing is infinitely less costly and
lalmrious than beet-root: culture, and even the
treatment of cane juice far more facile thin
lint of bcct-rool sap, for it needs only 10 be
polled in the hrst vessel at hind, and skimmed
like the contents of a soup pot, to vield a sac
charine frnduct of highly agreeable taste, and
fit for immediate consumption.
ilclu ,31 iibcr Use-menu:
TJOR SAICIIKI.S and I'ANCY IIASKKTS, call
X al A. .si.MJJ.I.lt,, 104 rorlslrfet- 15a
N Ol ILK. -Honolulu, August t, iSBj Uic firm
name of Asl.ley ,'i Co. is this thy c)iant,l to
Ashley .V. Htl.lurJ.
iniimrary abscme fromtliu
LNJ kitigtl'itn, Mr. VV. I 'loltr will Invc cliaige t.f
ll.e business ol .Messrs. Hruwn & Co., V ine and Npint
-wcrcr.-ints. 1-KAISIs. IIKUIV fS.
Honolulu, Augutt 3, 1833, 153-am
-George Gray leg to notify tlie ptiMic
and Im cuvtomcrs. lh.it he ha recent k oik ned
Ihe HOI UL SKKl.Lr MARKl.!. He it now
rrcitf.rr.1 tomppl) rami lie nt the market mery after
noon from 4 to 7 o'clock, hh fna-h cut meat. 153
VTOIICU All person hawo,: cliimt 115 unst the
j. 1 i.Maic 01 umnjf uinKinoni;, bankrupt, mu.t
present I hem to tlv awgnein, t 1. Ixrnehan and C.
Winaw, at the office of r.'l Ix-nehan t Co , Nuuami
sliett, on or Injure the nt of September next, or they
will be foreM,r Irirred K I. I.KNEIIAN,
S6 - Aiilffiieev
NO 1 1CK. All pron are hereb) ttarTitd agiir.it
khootlnz or lreipaiMiiB tn an) uy uiwn tU:
bmlscT the KAWAIIOA KANXH COM PAN V Tn
U'ablua, borderetl by the Opaetila crtek and the WW
men ruer without the convent of ihe under&ijncd.
m , . -M DICKSON, Manager.
Honolulu, Augmta, iSttj 1563m
CAU1. Mr. Carton, uholn forborne time
nat Iteen intraired uti n uoiL 4)irtintii i.f tliU
Klngduin, in politic and ocIctj; would Te)H-ctfuII
tlunL hit many friend on thearioui uUmW tor their
kinduc-i ti furtiuhiiig much ahiahIo Infotmation, and
would remind those uhohae cenerotiily offered to
forward him bi0tp-aphlc.il nntter, that he deicnd en
tirtk tiiron their ivorTrred fztr& tn f-ntin.lriM l.;
kt.iches,and will be pl-ued undimpccul oLliatiom If
ins ituihiscu ariicic lie cm 10 mm Koon.
MOInCVCiP. SAI.r.-Ilycaxl.rofW II lUiley,
of llic WaiUiIu Sugar C'omtviny, bolder 01 a
niong-tg. niailcb) Unnalk) anil Kaliaulehdfn), hii
wife, on tlio 15th tlay of Isovcmber, A. 11 1881, and
recorded in the office of lh Itcgtittr of Public Ac
poiiiiK, in Honolulu, in 1 iber 76, pane. j& antl 381, I
ani aiitlioricd to sell (acrortlin 10 law at public auc
tion, at lbs Court House in VVaUul.11, on the I Jill tUy
ol September. t88j, at 11 o'clock noon, all the rtaht of
said ljluialolhiinJliiilnlna1f in Ihat tatcelot land
situated in Wailuku, awarded to Kaulili b Uojal I'a
tent No. 7,383. Kuteana Nil. 3,487, coniniuitig an area
of 6a- too of an acre. Tor furtber )iarieulars, motors
of J. V. Kalua, attorney.
ihoms w kverkct,
, Auettones-rfirlbe Mandof Maul.
Vlluktl, Auguil iB, 1881 156-V
NO 1 ICK.-ll.niin lu aiitXHiiied Cuardian of M
.MabuLa. minor. s.jn of the late .M. MalmVa. it.
csistal, at.d attunie) in f.ul for l.ulu (), willow ff
said .M. Mabuka. dcav.d, all person, arc hercb) re
uuested to Kttto all matters penamiiHi to tli salal. of
.M, Maltula, deceive), vUh th. underjned, and ihey
ore hereby potmetl thai air. llurfl k. Knal hat noau
thoolyuliatcverin lbs inatler. A. KOS.
Iiuardtaii of M M.htl,n, minor, ami altornev in fact
fur luul.ia(X vndoreo" the lal. .M, .Mahuka, de
ceased, Honolulu, May n. i83y ijy. 3m
-NT O Pit IX -llyneststeainer trout ihe coast i.titi,
IN ltis.nerd teacher, for lbs tSIKI.S' II0AUI1
fMS.fcUIOQI. for llw IsUndpf Hawaii. In Notth
Koiula, ie loaolve. 'II above luined Syeminat)
wil thercfors ls reowned 00 'Jliuriday, Ihe isth oflb
cpnung September, and all fiiends ar conlLltiy intltnl
lo bring Ibcir daughtcis furentrancs nnlhtlav above.
.nri.,l. iis.R UUUKU.
0 1 1 C E. 1 he tindetsigued has inu been af wtnled
aa.iim.es uf C. Alana. I,v desi uf atkiunutr,..
ted August 1. 1SS1. Iierebv ett. lhjtk.e. that alltlalui
mtainst lh MtaK of va'.l C. ,V.uu must t itcniM
o in uiMivrMgneq vtiitun sis inonui. miin date, 4 llie
taut will I forvver Uvnrtl; au. ntl iron uwincro
said cstale art resueuetl tortus, iniuwduta paviiMiA
J K. 1 1 AC Kl.
Avsi.-ixr. of C. AV
Tk. WlmUor Keatanrisut,
Xaw assumes lb. resiwiUliiy ef catcting for ihat
Cltaa and Cosy Diuiug llalL
Th lasUtc liate alfesdy btMm dn. of Low iJmv
apottoaia lb tfioj Ibiujs w Uu.tiul) pbu:J Ufats
Ow vIhi will wftos 10 dww Ihat Mr, McCawtUss U
IM IlilM mum iMtba H4S4 slaee.
St tl lit
Flrss-Cks, Bsurd by (U Wet.
Or ifvift Awlrmnntnt, i a
Ike SflaWf Vif r1wTeiA, i rretVe.l
ISai Mti IIAtfsv" fim ttfrfllON,
bMr "SHaSIiON' Fudm OJ.vSr.OvV,
All orsrMtli v,ln W taJ for e.MMtlons
at Mir fcfeWWWll
Aliuint fit li.
cosirams-o Tor roLuiwtrra, vrx:
A TABLE GKNTER PinCE.
In lonnjiioU nd GoU, wlih pirKn ipioTter anil
isheirpbfenti, for Ihrner And frull, vrrrrtchly
1 pMienu, 1 or noer ami muis. very
otnamiitwl In cold. I lit pvc h
taken the First I 'fire at all
ulrwe the year jS;i.
A Pair of Mn;nlUcniit Vahoi,
Uei rndiifTit from dd Sevre rmtdrj. rr-inted to Mr
Dini'Il (ff the wrll'known firm n Mrs.n. It. P.
Diniel) ft !(, Inrlou). by Hi Imnerlil MilfcStt
Najxdron th Third. Iliy are of nwe ateiMiirinr
iini, siirinoiiniiii wiin rxmic uiruvoi mmi ifruiiini
nnd lfe.ititifut phimij;e, and elaborately and richl
flnUlfd in col I orntmentatton. with, cleffamlv
cfiried pcdcUl( with niirble tup and crimwm
A lenutifidIin4of Rennlne Hronr vow, crrfullyjl
neiecieti irom me ii-m ktocica in rani, amon
which are fnmeter) f nperb roupi
of figure, annruh, etc.
A few ter) fine French CI .tk, in
Hrunre and Porcelain.
Hie finett French and Hctfat Iawnof niott t!ra.tful
anil iieiidtt piitem, very suitable tutli
Aantof our lady Liiitoniers.
Meflnim antl Fancy Prints m the new! desi n.
Twilled ("retonni' and Siten;
Itirkish 'loweNof the finest quit ity In nil lzc
line aHijiiinent ot xtdiet ana .Hisses Hosiery in
A large assortment of Gentlemen' Underwear,
comprising finnt Pawn Merino Undershirts
and Irawera, ifalbnggan, India (iaui-e. etc
We hue a Iare Variety of Linen, coniprwinj
00 111 Sheeting, pi in Pillow Linen, loweK,
Damask. Lihcn Lloth, ami a ver- large and com
prchensive invoice of the
ft n t I IAiru If it it dh rc tt trfm,
MUMSTITCItril, ffllNTKU ANI1 KMORQIUBRKD.
llie! are llie fine j-t that hate been )et imported to
tlm market, and have been manufactured spccull) to
our order tn irclauU.
Our line consist of ihe follow in
Jewtl Poie. Chindehcr, Candelabra,
Cizar blind, la I le (lruatii"ui in Krett vnet),
Valise, Ucliuleh in Kitssti and Morocco,
Marine umt r kM Gl.us,of the licit !,ondon make,
Wntinjy Desk. with fcecrfl compartments,
1 lower Vaes Paper Knlvcaand e!jhtsf t
Pane) Inkstands, Fancy laMe,
Uultes 11ai;and Paskeu of all pattern, beiutl
fully lined in .Silk and Satin,
Photograph Frames, in plush ami Leather.
.Im Klctittnt Amurtmrttt of I'unt,
KmbruMered, Iice- Feather and
A tery large Intoit.e of Marcus Ward ft. Co
Celobratod Portrait Albums,
IN rLLslrJ AMI WOttOCCO,
Specialty Manufactured for llii M,arkrt, to contain
C A IM N K r P O RTUAITS,
These Album being the finest eter )et iniir-rttrd to
thi kingilom, are welt wortfty of inp-cu mi. ItSeyare
in all bizes and ,St)lei, IllinunutesI and I'lain.
Wc are hi so ivhowtng a Fine Aortmcnt of
WW lolntiu Inpo;iion U our very fine aswrt
ment of 1-Ui lottery, In Uik) 1okc, ountainiutE the 6nvt
Note ami Ultc( papr, uiubl lor lntenUnd and
foreign ffwrespondcix; each packet contmin In.
velci aihl Par to match.
CARPETS, RUQS, ETC,
Vt ait HOW sliowillir a Verv Iiim, uM.lninl iJilu.
very Ijilest N)le. .ml I'Jtena, in llrumli, At.iin
CHINA AND OLAS8WARE.
Luii. sat Ittyofiln very Clioiexsi AttKln ofCluaa
1 tilauwart of It-t mu.t varied dM.npnoita. ar
.". Im 8U.
Or AU MTllISV AXU DSilCNJ,
lucluduiif , Few Deltnt (isj Tt Strvkt.
ur thi host svjiiMis pseoxiUkK.
-SCGANIC STKAMSIIII' COMPANY.
11W MafftifivfTil New SteAmsltlrl
IIOUAKIl . . . Commander
Will srrHeal lhrsintt on September t, ami will sstl
rr sari pSAwrrsco
On or nbnitt Kotitombnr lOtli.
Passwwfs may list ibetr namtt IntAed In ivlranct
M.nhWinliseinleiiilett ftw .hltwnent liy tbil liw, will
I tfcrttnt fret of Mnnigt h lb CdmpiltTV 's new ware
lissnw;, and reeeiii. itsuetl fnr Hnn Instiranc est
mrrtaaiwtlss, whilsr in lbs- warebott, will t at owners'
us vvir.uuirs iuwinaos, Arnts
pACiriC MAIL STEAMSHIP-COMPANY,
Tb SpttntlM SteamsMp
orrv ttr xnir voiiK,
For Snn Frniirlsrn About AiiRiist '27 tb
t'aisenjtrs will Jetm coll at ttm offke of
It) II. IIACkFI.Ul k CO.AcrnH.
pOR SYDNUY Via AUCKLAND.
Iht KptenillJ SiMmsbip ,
(JAIUlll.I, . .... Commander
WILL irAVR HOrfoLVLU
On or About - Soptcmlior 2,
We nre now prermreii lo (sauc ll-ket tj San Fran
cisnton.1 return ior.sf.5, tne rourifi tup. 4
(Inals (ut shipment pr meanier ran now I sloted,
free of ChAr,;, in the fireproof warehouse near th
For freight or passage, npj ly lo
SI H IIACKlF.t.II & Co, Arnt.
MEW YORK and
Honolulu FanVrt Lino,
MKSSKS. W. II. CitOSSiVtAIs? ft IIUO.,
77 Attn y) rinnAn tTssrT, rtrvi vohk
Will dip.ltch a first clsss vessel
From Now York DIrtsot to Honolulu
i-r All. ocrtirtrR.
I 'allies desiring lothip bytbishne will do well lo
urwaru oruers liy ims man, nnu ps-r vturitosa.
1,6-lf CA"I l.i! k COOKi:, Agents
C"OR SAN FRANCISCO.
The At Ptliitli Hark
r.AIH' LAM V SON,
RUST .... . Master
On ornliout Wodiinsdny, ArtRutt 20th
For frelbl or ystssage, apIy to
pOR SAN FRANCISCO
Tlie A 1 Iron Hark
II bCIINATMF.YEK . .' .. Mailer
Qnlok Dispntrh for tho Aliovo Port.
For freight or passaRe, arply to
U II. IIACKFCLlt ft CO, Agents.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
1 be A t lltrk
Quick Dlsnntch for tho Abovo Port.
For freight or iassage, apply lo
155 r. A. SCHAIirilK A, Ca. Agents.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT,
duties Hrewer ft Company will dispatch the italic
Sail from Boston for this Port
To be followed by the Aniv Turner, January I, 1884
Orders sbsHild be in HoMon not Liter than August
tslh, to insute shipment. 1-or fiuther tkirlieulvrt, ap
plyto C IIUF.VVI'.lt & COMI'ANY,
1473m (Juren street. Honolulu,
'IME TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
'this Uesmerwill l-ave Honolulu each lUI'-SDAY
al 4 p st , touching at Lshaina, .Maabea Hav, Makena,
Mahtikona, Kawtiime, Lau,ti.ielioe and llilo.
Hemming will touehal all the above ports, arriving
al Honolulu each SUNDAY morning.
A FRANK COOKb,
ACKNT rOK TIIR FOLLOWING COASTERS
OKN. bll.UKL, KALUNA.anst
FIwC. Reslwith Whit. llalL Ollicsi comer o(
Queen and Nuuanu Street,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
c. jiiti:ni:it . vtwi'.ixi', .iimi..
Merchandise receiresl Stnraet Free, and liberal cash
adt-ances inacle on shipments by bls inc
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINE OK S1F.AMF.KS.
HaticS. .......,,. t Commander
Runs regularly to KONA and KAU, as folliws :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P, M.l
Fiblay, July. .
luetda). July... ,
1 uesdav. Auimst. .
rnday, September. 7
I ueMlul , eplelnucr I.
rrUlay, Sejsembcr ai.
Arrives at Honolulu r
Satunlay, Joty 14 1 Saturday, August .j
WednrMlay, July. . ,35 j Wcilnsrsdayj S tembrr 3
Saturday, August .. 4 I Saturday, Set l.iaber. If
Wrdnesda), August 15 Wednesday, $ejliiibcr v
rii v, ji. niHhop,
Cauriuiv ...... , Commander
Leaves Honolulu Every Monday, at j P. M ,
For NswltiwlH, Koloa, F.lecte, and Wallnea, KauaL
Ketuinlnjr, leases rsawlllwili cvcfy rn-lay tvcDtut;.
The ihinirH Makee,
Leaves Honolulu Every Thursday, at 3 P, M
For Isapaa ami Kdauea.
Ueluttiuig, -aves katsaa eve!4, Tuesslay tsening
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
NOriCK TO MIIITrKS,
IU nw WAUf HOUSHSof tU O. S. S. lli.
IMtf ftunplrlcd, MudtfllHllMI UilMMkd fuf UtiLsIHCftt
trYcscltul' ibst aWjtliiwwtH U rtxtvd (Kr.Lcf
Mwras and f eorij til ( tamm,
liwu-aiue on nMrrvlutsU hA in the wtrelteiHea M
owner t' ink.
WM. U. IKWIN fit TO,
144-yn A. O. b. J, Cu,
OTICB OF REMOVAL.
N. 9 J sj Klm SrgMT,
HUwKEXOVtiUUitsst UiUngj Umtiff-
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
PALMF.n A TIIATCIIItR.
nt Inar srrtirr
Ib'I'OLVLl, II I
Rt MAKI PACte-RR
(IltiRtsr Alo nnil
That It Superior In Quality and Flavor
To anyihtnt; em produced lefote In Ihu klngnSm.
Fnro Frull Arid.,
CMLV L-Sttl IR Tlie MANtrACTe.r
Puro Eustnrii Apjiln Oltlor.
Patent Wire Stoppers used tnt all our bottles.
Orders liicfttil. Ocmnt detivend tn any part of ibt
city, and .hipped to lb oths-t IslamK
TriKMinRK, No $;.
M H. J. W. YAK MM. H V
Will gli-e Intrur1ionf to a limit ril nnntWr of pupil ,
In Violin-Pliytnfc and
The Cultivation of the Voice
Communications repn.llng tlie alove may le Ifft at
Mr. C H. Udtiams' llano and Kn.niiuieiatore, lele
plume No. 76; Mr. 1. (5. Uutim's itote. Telephone
.Vo 30; ami .St the Residence tvf .Mr arndl'-y, No. to
PI All on TttTiril, Repaired anil PollNhod,
OM SHOUT hOTICT,
If orders are addrewed as alure.
J. E. WISEMAN.
Real Estate Broker, Custom House Broker,
Employment Agent and General
OrftCE No. 7 MfffCllAKT SlkrKT IIONOLULt,
lRirrHof, i; P. O Hot, 315.
1 he only recot-nied Kfal P.itatp Hkoicf, CyTOM
H0tfK HhOkFV and (.IJfFKAL IIUsinpss Agest,
on the Hawftiian Utands.
Kent Houses, Col Ukm ami Uocint, In all part . of
Honolulu, hells and Leases propcri) allo.er the Kin.
Attends to miking rniries at Cut torn House by power
of attorney, and otherwise.
AREN'T FOK THE I1IZST
Flro Aiid-Elfn Itmuranre CnmpantsM
IN thi: WORLD
Ltgxt Documents of all Dtscrifttont DtivntK
Ihll Collected; Itoolc and Acxoontf ArrangM and
General Office Work Iransacted.
0tFK1 KftllM 'fllE OrilltK ISLAM'S ixipCltBU.
Monfff To T.itun On J'h-:hiB Security.
" AOHNT FOR
VICKORYS Tl RESIDE VISITOR
A Monthly Illustrated Paper, With 18 Chromo.
$t.XS ,1 Ytnr.
NE HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
O. W. MACFARLANE- Co.
orrEK rot SALRiiiKCAtco or "riut
Eztrame Iron Cllpswr Ship Slttvitdoa
OVV liEI.SO lAMiru
IN KXCF.I'IIONAI.LYJ-INK CONDITION,
x 1 - -t
WNStsiTISG ur USE LINKS or
DRY COO !)S, ', v . ".-
HARDWARE,' ' J
, PLANTATION STORES,
IIAR and SHEET IRON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL, Etc
ail. or which win, tt orrraru
To tho Trsvdo oh orjr ro.tntniM Ttxmo
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
11 FotTSTtttT, HoilOLl'Lli. H. 1,
C. J. Harrly tutd H. P, "i--mr.
, CONTRACTOKS m miMII
PUningr, Stuping;, Tuntaf,
Brtad aa4 ScreH Swiac,
Doors, Sah, BUAit, Door
md WUmIow FrtwaM,
Bstallsl suKjIa Aa mmA
A! way. mi ku.d.--
AU orders UM on sJuxt uk. and
aitflidcU to, MtsuUwj- rel t 'if
..i.a inaq. wr truies, nice) ol
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Tbs iHssknlesMtl. rastsur, ssaJt timtitiiisV.
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cuuistaiiccswould have done at he did.