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Slated tlic New York Kvciiing Pom ;
the mml popular clionp daily in New
York rliy ii the Run ; tlte mint thor
ihiIi nett's mer in the world is the
New York Herald, winch U also
tin- lst ailrertiiing medium in tlic
I'mtcil States. iN'onc of tliwc tlire
l-ajtcrs admit 'into their pages
w'nt tit kntiwn an rut rolnmn
idvcrtisctncntu that whenever ad
vi.iii'-viiierib) of two or more columns
in inserted eon if one advertiser
i i me n whole piac --the rohimn-nilm
re ciHitinucd in pwre. The iS'cw York
I lerakl and tlte San I'ranriseo Chronicle
.iduiit no llArk letter ty to their ad
m tilling rolitmiH. Wlicit the system
wis liegnii on the Herald, numlx-rles
-uhirthcrs objected. They had Itccn
urfd to the old style -black letter,
K-,ter sort of advertising and they
(ould not understand the new system.
" It dojnol Rive lis a prn)cr display,'"
they urgt'tl lint the buuincw mannnc,rs
df the Herald soon convinced them
thai the new style was not only the
fairest, but was the most advantageous.
Now, no Honolulu advertiser ran fail
to ai know ledge the value of the papers
named as ndu-itising mediums. The
.due of the New York Herald and Sun
1 based upon their lar;e circulations ;
the value of the Post llioii its high
standard as an out-spoken, manly, hih
principled, clear thinking, and reason
ably consistent public journal. In its
own restricted field, and for the needs
of its patrons, the 1'res.s is quite as good
.111 advertising medium as the New
ork Pom. It circulates ntiioni; the
most intelligent cople in the kingdom.
It has more city patrons than any other
paper, and is second only to the Gazette
in its list of island subscribers. Hut it
is read by a great many who do not
subscribe for it, both here and on the
other islands. Its new departure gives
it additional reading matter, and ought
to give it additional subscribers on the
other isl inds. Its increasing subscription-list
is an earnest of its advance
ment in jopular favor, and, conse
quently, of its increasing uselulness as
an advertising medium. To the many
steadf.ist patrons of the Press, 'who
have supported it on principle, because
they indorsed its utterances and be
lieved in its course of action, the Press
owes a debt of thanks. Hut many per
sons who bav.c liked the Press all along
have been so wedded to their own way
of lookfng at advertising that they
would not advertise in its columns
unless they were allowed to have their
own way, with large type, and in half
or quarter, double or tripple column
form. The weekly supplement, which
the Press will hereafter run, enables its
conductors to make certain concessions
to the wishes of natrons, whether they
be deemed judicious or not. After
this issue, any ecess of local news will
be printed in the supplement in the
Mine clear-faced, leaded type which
appears on the third page of the body
of the paper. And, whether local or
selected, the reading matter will be
always of a sort to interest general
readers, and so secure to advertisers a
position of value in the iapcr ; and as
the supplement will be of equal page
size with the iaper, the inconvenience
of the old-style supplement, liable to
loss, generally cast inqiatiently aside,
will Iw forever done away. Into the
columns of the supplement, then,
double-column advertisements, of any
length, will be allowed, set in large
ijrpa to suit the taste of advertisers, for
which one-eighth alwivc ruling rates
will l)c charged. The Press lielievcs
that its present style of classified and
uniform advertisements is the very best
method now in vogue, and thinks it has
the majority of its atrons in full agree
ment; but, in deference to the wishes
of many friends, it will re-continue the
old system until all its advertisers shall
become converted to the superior ad
vantages of the system of the New York
Herald, Sun, and Times.
lli-low is given an authentic copy of
tne lamous "protest ' ot Wally Gibson
to three of the greatest ol the lowers.
It is worthy of scrap Ivook immortality,
as the best monument ol the tin
itamlleled cheek of our great govern
ment mule. The most elaborate
analysis could add scarcely anything to
its clearness :
Wlincas, his Hawaiian tnijcity's rjovcrn
incut, Urine infotmnl 1h.1l rcilaiii somnn
nml colonial Male iirotiou? tn annex various
iibnih ami aichilKlagix.- nf I'oIjiicm.i, ilve
littrl.y mlcmnly piott-a agilitst Mich njsV(
of annexation, at unjust to a tiuiito ami
icnuiant ptojilc, ami Miliursltc in llicir caw
of iIkho cumlitiom fur favorable natural tic
vclopinrnt, which have Ken v liannily
accnulnl to ttie Hawaiian nation.
The I lawaiian people, cnjo)ine; tlic lilosin
of national ln.q.nilcncc, cimtiriniM liy the
joint action of meat ami magnanimous .talcs,
rvcr it-.iily to allonl favoralile ixirtuiiiltc- for
lf K'lvcinincnl, cannot l tiUnt nlviut, or in
iliflcicnt 10, aclof inteivcntioii in contiguous
ami Uml red gtoujxs, which menace their own
The llanaibn people, encourafjeil hy favor
alile iUtIcaI romlilliHis, have cultiratcil ami
cuieiiaiu a tton national sentiment, which
kails ihem not only to cherish their own
Jiilcal itale, hut also inspire Ihcni with a
ilrsire la hate cUcmli-il In Vimlinl, jet les
favoml cominunlllc of Polynesia, like favor
able (mlitical oprtunili for national de
velopment. Ami, whereat, tv lliwaiun Iceisbtiscatscm
Ujf, riptewing tininiimiutly the spirit of the
nation, lut ilrcUrcl it av the iluty of hit
IIiwiiuiiHnAjcvt)' Kovcrnmcnl to pioflVr to
Vimlicil Hni)te ami Hate of the Pacific an
ailvUxy aWancc, to ai.l ihun in kccuiine
oyiuiiunitjeii fot Inipnivin; Ihcir ptilitical ami
wial con.lilion,h!v I lawaiun nujciy' rivcrn
nient, icqionilini' o the nalul will, ami tu
'the special apeal of vvrra! hil)iiiiaii chiefs
baf tent a tpccial ruiuinLloner to kcviralof
4 lj)Bcian chitflaint ami uatcs toa.Mv
them In their tavii-ma) adiii.
AttJ hi llaibn maolf. vjovcrnniml,
paaVing for the lliwalian people, hi luppily
mIM( Ihniueh nation J imliemlence.
mak WKDot aiK-al to the p-ivcimuciit of
Wt M Wiifihlciieil tal, that they Hill
rwkyAjVtlte. hulienaMe right of the wvcial
iwlifu oMtmiuivltles of l'olyne?la tn t-njoy op
imurtl for poxjiesv ami Mlf Kovriiininil,
al UJ (pMraivlvc lu them llioMmc favoralile
pwhtictil HntutiHi- which hate iniJc 111-
aii ihwiinm ol happy, ami which incile
herititlo4 iifH lt lift ui voicv aimm the
naiiHM i iMft 01 UMet uuiKit ami r;iouv ol
ty orOr if lib Majesly (n Council.
lSi!) Waltmi I. (iiti.y.vs-.
MU4an ,4 rixiinn AKiirt,
IwkeJ IViUcr, HhhuMv, Au(im( 2J, I S3 J.
Tke (iMCtte's miMMire lias leen tlic
chW 01tQ of ihc pau fctv- dajs, and
satL" nwny cowiittMH'ws..
rut tnnnin im.i.i nt t runt
"Idmit IhIhvc dtlison evtr had
one prai tical businesslike idea, said
one ot the longest headed and learnt
headed of our Imsinesn men. The
(Iftn-tle's masterly exposure ofrecenl
primacy confirms the judgment of the
citizen wc linvc quoted. Hut a graver
piece of folly, an alwurdity thm is fairly
criminal in its iiliolcy, Itns been un
earthed within the tmst twenty-four
hours. It has been hid enough that this
cringina syinphant, who plays the part
of jmndcr major to the vilest elements
hi our political system, should play
also the merry Andrew of our micro
scopic court, and by his diplomatic
grimace make the Hawaiian kingdom a
hti it for the world's laughter. Yet it is
far worve when he trifles with the labor
svstem of the nation b the act of
wiiK h the following is n mere outline.
H) the last mail from Kngtand letters
were received, giving inf irination that
Portuguese immigration into these
ishnds had been nguin stwpendctl by
this (iovcrnment. On innttiring of
the agent of Mawrs. Holinung the
lollowing confirmation was obtained :
fly the last mail from San Frtvncisco
Messrs. (',. W. Macfarlnne .t Co. the
senior member of which house was
recent special commissioner for Portu
guese immigration, and has recently
been rccognifcd by planters and the
public ashaving this important work
well in hand received a letter from
the Messrs. Hoffnung of London, in
quiring why their llonolulaii agents
thc Macfarlanes had not forwarded
some explanation of a letter received
by them from the Hawaiian minister
of foreign affairs, ji'hc terms of
that precious letter written, be it
understood, without a word of
consultation with the Messrs. Mac-
farlane were, in effect, a peremtory
demand that Messrs. I loffmmg should
accept seventy-five per cent, of all
payments made them on account
of Portuguese immigration, in govern
ment bonds. The Planter's Monthly
for September the month-piece of the
planter class and the exponent of its
interests declares in favor of Portu
guese immigration as the best obtain
able. One may fancy the indignation
tempered liy disgust with winch the
average planter will read this statement
of the issue between their immigration
agent and the government. It may be
substantiated by documentary evidence,
if required. If the C.ibson programme
be carried to its logical sequence, Por
tuguese immigration must cease. And
why? That this incongruous upstart,
this unscotched viper in the bosom of
the commonwealth, may have more
money to waste in the vulgar display of
kitchen statesmanship and back-door
diplomacy. Let those planters, who
have paid their advances on all the male
labor arrived, inquire into what fund
that money has been covered. Let the
people demand of their servants an ac
count of the bonds already sold. Let
them try and find out why a portion of
the receipts for the bonds which are to
be bought with coin will not be suffi
cient to carry on the immigration work
for which a portion of those bonds were
created. I ."el them knock at the door
of the finance office, until some one
with courage enough and brains enough
will give them truthful answer. And
then, if they have not the resolution to
ring, by law or by force, the-official
neck of the man who is at least nomin
ally responsible, let them go to their
homes and realize that they are slaves.
tiiiisitx A.vn Hw.Ki:n.
Inert respectability is often quite as
bad as downright knavery. Kach is a
prime factor of misgovernment and it
is often an open question which is the
more dangerous. If one's eyes have
been opened to the rascalitv of a public
servant, by thorough ventilation of a
past record, and the proof positive that
the official is walking in his own foot
steps, one knows then what to 'expect.
mn wncn one is wounded in the house
of one's friend, when reputable con
servatism gives its cloak to disreputable
adventure, the blow is worse than the
thrust of Macbcth's dagger, for it mur
ders at one fell swoop our trust in
friendship and our confidence in man
kind. It is quite natural at such times
to exclaim: "If r-Jias 'fallen down,'
if it's virtue could not stand the test,
who would not 'fall down,' and who
could stand the test?" I.ast weuk we
loiiucd out what we believed to be
certain specific violations of law on the
part of the auditor-general. A neck
lias passed and the official criticised
has made no sign. The official organ
has made no cfrort to explain away his
delinquencies, liy the admission of
silence, Mr. J. S. Walker stands clearly
indicted before the people. Unless he
makes a prompt, full and unequivocal
defense, that indictment will- be in
eflect n conviction; and the verdict
will Iw rendered by an act of the com
ing legislature. Let Mr. Walker re
member that. And let him not forget
that most of the native votes which
passed the auditing act were given
because the men who gave them believed
the creation of the office would do
away with even the jvossibility of such
jobbery as has been carried on in the
"opposition shop" of Cibson & Co.
For "Cibson & Co." read "Cibson
& Walker." It will not please Mr.
Walked friends. Yet, if they will
read between the lines of recent official
history, men who think will see the ap
propriateness of the firm name, Gib
son and Walker, the voice and the
hand; Cibson and Walker, the catspavv
and the monkey; Cibson and Walker,
the king's jester and the real prime
minister. And yet, all these days, Mr.
J. S. Walker has been known a a slow,
safe, honest, conservative, mfttt.ibb
citizen. It was his respectability that
captured the crowd. And to what end?
This cleanly, smooth sjjoken, respect
able man, who has been merchant and
cabinet officer, and always and every
where "eminently respectable," aspires
at last to lw the ower behind the
throne; and joins hands with Walter
Murray Gittson -the branded scalawag
of half an hemisphere of infamy. Is
this true or false? If false, the auditor
general owes it to his office, iq hu
family, and to the friends who Itave
believed in him to show that it is falic.
We believe it to Jjc trud We Iwlieve
the community so believes it- We l
lieve that the issue of events will justify
us in saying it.
TJiere seems to be. tame reason for
the Mief tlat liefore the Honolulu
vvorid h a week older the hand writing
.will bum on the wall of Ihe cabinet,
chamber anl Ihe kingdom will Iiavc
seen the last of Mr. Cilwm's ilii'mre-
fuj .ublic sen ice. Look out for the
jmmumj; of the joy bells1.
ii isi: i v miii:in ic
We name him "knave" who eck Id xtitle
Thi" icople voice, itlio ilares to trill
With human life ot who for qiin
I.catet on his rmintr)' fl a slafn.
Ami o wc write tint enltilT knave
Who fellow -IwinRt wmilil rnthv,
Ami limits iimn a frlemlly tt
The pirate (lag or Prim-vry."
t We suggest to the Wasp the follow
ing subject for a double jiago cartoon :
Let the present premier of Ilawfiu nei
bo represented hs Don Quixote, swim
ming on his war-worn charger towards
the dim distance of our nearest south
Pacific neighbor, bearing to that far
off sister the boon of his knightly valor.
Let him be followed at a respectable
distance by the Sanrho'of the young
Hawaiian party, riding that ovcrbur
ricneri animal, the native vote. And,
on the western hnrirou, picture the
oppressed tribes of " free America"
Ihe Sioux-, the lllackfeet, the Aachc.s,
the Utcs the Piutcs, and Ihe genttc
Diggers yearning for consolation from
the great consolei, the great stiggestcr
and the I nm of our great kitchen
There is a serious as well as a jocose
side to tins " primacy" business. If it
does not end in our wholesome chas
tisement by some foreign power, or
even in the severance of friendly re
lations, it is very likely lo make this
government a great deal of trouble. It
is no small mailer to be made the
laughing-stock of the vvorid. France,
hngland and tne United States looked
on trood-naturedlv. while we inflated
our little body anil tried to imitate the
strut of royalty. Kvcn republican Cali-
lornia did little worse than smile at the
pageant-pantominc of the coronation.
Mr. Curtis Iaukea has been well re
ceived in Kuropc as the representative
of the Hawaiian government and bearer
of autograph letters and decorations.
His reception could not well have been
more (or less) polite. Hearing the com
mission of a gentlemen, he was received
by gentlemen as a gentleman. That was
ail there was of it. No significance
attached to the embassy or to his re
ception, hngland would just as soon
put her great foot down and stamp us
out of existence, if necessary, as if our
envoy to the court of St. Petersburg
had forgotten to call at St. James. So
would France. So would the United
States. If our little points of lately
cooled lava stand in the path of pro
gress, wc arc bound to be brushed
aside. Let us not permit it to escae
There is also another serious con
sideration in connection with Mr. Gib
son's expensive child's play. It may
preclude the possibility ol obtaining
further labor from the South seas. No
one knows better than Mr. Gibson the
necessity of quieting, of preventing,
apprehension of foul play on the part
of more or less ignorant savages. Once
let the islanders of the Pacific under
stand that they are to be called upon
to acknow ledge the sovereignty of a
race that has not (oiuiitml them, and
they will laugh in the faces of our
envoys and give our labor-recruiting
vessels "a wide berth" or "a warm
reception" as the opportunity may best
The local public, although probably
uninterested in mere newspaper con
troversy, cannot help being interested
in controversy to which a lady is a
party. Mr. Hugh Hastie has informed
the Gazette that the letter signed by
Mrs. Hastie, which appeared in last
Saturday's Press, was refused insertion
in the Advertiser. I he latter paper
denies the statement. The letter was
certainly addressed to that paper when
it reached tins office, .Mr. Hastie in
forming the writer as he informed an
editor of the Gazette. We believe Mr.
I lastie, and think the public will believe
A friend of these islands, and a friend
of the writer, has written these pointed
words : " I tell you this agitation about
leprosy must cease. If it docs not, wc
shall lytve an embargo on Hawaiian
trade and a quarantine on Hawaiian
travel. You know as well as anybody
can what 'that will mean." The writer
does know what that will mean, and he
here states on just what terms the lep
rosy agitation can be brought to a close:
Segregation must lie enforced and the
charge of lepers at Kalawao must be
given to a reputable and qualified phy
sician and one who will not wink at
the release of lepers for political rea
To be knave of all work for a brigand
of journalism and freebooter of politics,
is to occupy an unenviable position.
To be liar-in-chief and news-scavenger
in ordinary for such a man as Mr. W.
M. Gibson and such a newspajier as
the Advertiser, is to lceome fair game
for unsiwring ridicule and merciless
exposure. 'J'hc person for whose bene
fit this jiaragraph is written has fair
warning. Let him call off the tlogs of
his nialicc and recork the vials of lus
billinsgate, or lie will wake up some
fine morning minus the serene obscurity
which is at present his only stock in
There arc those who affect to believe
that Colonel Sprcckch is hand-and-glovc
with the not yet outlawed outcast who
grins behind the masque of child's-play
premiership We are not authorized to
speak for Colonel Spreckcls, but we
clievc the inference docs him rank
injustice. The writer cannot more
concicely express what he has .nil along
lielievcd than to reproduce what he
wrote on the same subject six weeks
ago: "In the opinion of this jupcr,
Mr, Spreckles is not, and does not as
lire to lie, the Atlas of Hawaii net He,
undoubtedly kvscsscs great iower, 1 1 is
interests here are enormous. He has
all the qualities of a successful man of
aluirs-in either politics or business.
I alent, energy, daring, jiluck and will
lower arc all his in a degree that few
men may duplicate. Whether he will
use his ower, and the intellectual quai
ties which go to make that power for
the common good of the Hawaiian
nation, iletwnds ujion whether he does
or does not realise that the common
interest is his interest. Wc think he
does realtrc this fail, and will act ac
cordingly." I Jin ) I PWWW
Next month, Houolubn society will
nrobablv lu! made additionallv social
by the arrival of the Swifuure and tlic
Heroine. I'hey come from F-MUiimak.
i'iti:ui:nt, rnrutcv, etc.
The premier occupieil Ihe chair,
Whence all hut him hail flcil,
The st-itrsinan's front win itebonnair,
Anil prowl he licit! hit henil..
Ami beautiful anil btifiht he at,
As lirn lo rule the tug )
Ills Kmint were hid within n hat,
That once hail leen a "plugi"
A liht lit up his lofty hinn,
Anil pla)Tit aluit his noscv
Ai ir it wnrccly iiiIrIiI knOw- how
Where IvM it itioiiltl rcme.
Ami then hi lordly lips rjave triurulj
I-'ull loud the ethocs rang,
A of Ihe full cry of a hound,
And this the Ming he tngi
"Oh, I'm lllu,h I'rlunlcnf the Southern Sea,
Ami a very great primate I !
The winds blow hot whenever I plefle,
The lldr recede whenever I nm-atej
l'rom Kauai In New I Ichriiloi
The primacy poose hanrji high.
for Johnny Hull has been warned away,
A"d Johnny Crnpmul has nothing In nay,
And (icrinany doesn't care a button,
And Uncle Sam snys it Isn't hit mutton s
So when I whittle down llic brecre,
I 'ray, who shall dare reply?"
The premier sal in his cabinet chair,
And the trade wind phyed with his scant gray
I'alc he was, and a look of care
l'crchcd, hectlc-hrnued, o'er the filmy stare
That he bent on the (kirc that lay lieforo linn.
Yet warm the sunshine floated o'er him,
And bright Ihe pictured walls'around him.
Alack 1 what menace could confound him?
These were the words Ihe premier read
This it was thai the writer said:
"Sir, your impudent screed is at hand,
His grace, my minister, gives conuiiind,
That I nnswci )our insolence Ihusi 'This day
Knur frigates of war shall sail nway
Away lo the heart of the Northern seas,
Where Ihe cocoa nods lo the Southern breeze;
Where Cook lies buried and jou strut free.
And soon, unless your people agree,
To shut jou up in some nnd-housc cell,
Where jou may not harm the worl I with jour
The ships wc send shall take aim well,
And blow jour island out of the sea.'"
Some one enters, the premier rises;
It seems that the interview surprises.
"Hut, sir" he falters. "No 'but'to me, sir.
Vet this I promise: If yon agree, sir,
To tell me all now all, sir, mind jou,
Then, some how, I'll agree to find jou
Tnough of rope and enough of rafter,
To launch j-ou into the near hereafter."
He glares and is gone. The premier fits.
In a limp collapse of muscle and wits,
Like a spaniel convalescent of fits.
rue. catccii ism or tiii: co.x'ui'i.'.sr.
Who is that, father?
That is the premier, my son.
And who is the premier?
Oh, he is minister of foreign affairs.
Of what foreign affairs?
Polynesian affairs, my son.
What has he done about them?
Oh, he's fixed them up fine.
Yes, but how ?
WllV. lie's cultured Mirrnnpcin mwl
Samoa and the New Hebrides and
Molokuu and Sumner's Island and the
How has he captured them ?
Why, he's ordered the other fellows
What other fellows?
Why, Hngland and France.
Sent them letters. Told them to
keep their hands off. Said if they didn't,
he'd crv "Havoc." and let slin the clous
of war; unmoor the Pele: order out the
wings uwn, iiniimber the mountd
Is that all ?
a vtu. run tiik riij.iiATi:.
The following is the 'report of the
Pacific Islands Annexation Committee,
read in the House of Representatives,
New Zealand: "The committee to
whom was referred the consideration of
the question of the Pacific Islands' an
nexation have the honor to recommend
the Jiouse to approve of the steps taken
up to this time by the government, in
conjunction with the other Australasian
colonies, to promote the establishment
of British rule in certain islands in the
Pacific, and consider it the duty of the
Jlritish government, under existing cir
cumstances, to take steps for the
establishment of its rule over all tlic
islands in the Pacific which arc not
already occupied or under the pro
tectorate of foreign powers ; and that
on the annexation of any islands taking
place, care should be taken that pro
vision be made for preserving the in
disputable rights of the inhabitants;
also, that in- the event of the llrltish
government making it one of the con
ditions of establishing its authority over
any islands in the Pacific, it is hereby
recommended that New Z.caland,
jointly with the colonics of Australia.
should contribute a fair prortion of
tne necessary expenditure, calculated
on the basis of the Kurojvean popula
tions of the llritish colonies now com'
prised in Ihe Australias, provided .that
the amount of such pro)ortionatc evi
dence when ascertained does not
exceed the means at the disosal of
ixcvv .eaiand. llic committee have
also the honor to recommend thai the
confederation and annexation bill,
with the amendment proposed liy the
committee, be passed by the house,
and that the ).i)ers named in the
schedule laid by the colonial treasurer
liefore the committee relating to ll
annexation of islands in the Pacific,
together with such other pajicrs relating
to the subject ai government can supply,
be printed for the information of iar
liament." Now what are you going to
do aliout it, Mr. Primate of the Pacific ?
If you have any money left in the fund
for building scows, or any other fund
in which an) thing remains, you ought
to put the navy on a war footing at
once, and go piakc the proutl UritUli
The San Francisco Kxammer sug
gests ; " Colonel George Macfarbnc (or
minister of foreign affairs, Mr, J. O.
Caiter for minister of the interior or of
finance, .Mr. K. 1 Adams for either of
these portion, and Mr. F, M. Hatch
for attorney-(enaraL These four men
would harmoniie all interests- the
pbnters, the people, the merchants and
the natives. Another good calx'iK-t
might l made up of lr. J. Mott
Smith and Me&xrsL MarV Itnhuuaa.
& G. Wikkr ami & fL Dole"
xo.uc iiiii,t:sinii: tiictii.
A Honolulu correspondent writes to
the Philadelphia Press, over the signa
ture X. X., and the dale July 39, as
Politically, our little kingdom has gone from
bad lo worse. King Kalakaua chose for his
prime minister the renegade Mormon (iihson,
who has managed very shrewdly to keep In
the klnc's favor, and In retain lilt office in suite
of nn opposition that only ilnpnsl shod of
revolution. The stealing that has gone on has
iicen magmiicini lor a little nnc-horsc king
dom. The treasury Is empty, and
(iilison Ins his finmcieting ability latiil in hc
utlcitnost to raise funds, for, although Ihe lefiis
lalure aulhorlics loans, (iihson cannot Imrrow,
and js obliged lo pay the employees in Imnds,
which sell tmhr al a discount, lie has np
min!cd himself to Kvsitinil after sion, as
ihe Incumbents refused longer to do his bid
ding, and this last week look the third cabinet
iilfolio under his arm. lie v.tt originallj
premier and minister of foreign relations ( but
when, a f w weeks ago, Ihe nltorney-general
resigned rather linn carry out hit ilc
signs, (iilison cnnsdtutrd himself attorney
general, with a deputy In do the work.
I his last neck lie misted the half-white min
ister of Ihe Interior, and oflcml the iillon to
eight different individuals, who successively
reluseil il, and' lie finally found that the only
way nut of Ihe dilemma was lo apMilnt him
self minister of the iutciior pro tern. As the
minister of finance has been prevented by ill
ness from attending to any official duties, wc
find, therefore, In (iilison, practically the
whole cabinet. The nation feels as proud of
hint as did the old hen of the snake she
hatched nut. '
FOR S.VICIII'.I.Snml IWNCV IIASKKTS, call
MA. M.UKI.I.IS,ioj 1'nrl Mrrrl. ij
NOriCI'. -The l'unaliou PrtparMoi)- Siliool,
Armstrong inemlscs, llerttanUitrfet, Honolulu,
lll re-open nl a A M, on Wntnevlae, Stirfrmlitr la,
i mi. Pint OHiii'.K or mi: rKUsm.s.
Ol ICK During my remionuy aWncc fromlM)
Uncttmn. Mr W, 4'. lolcr will hate th.irir of
ihe Irii line ol Mcwft. Itrown A L'ti.. Wine niitl Spirit
Merchants. KKANK IIIIOWN.
Honolulu, Atigmt a, 1883. 1339111
CAUTION. All perron nre hereby wamnl not to
negotiate draft No, tVj, ilrawn 011 the ttli or
Ah...(, i83i, by Frank Himlt, l'letle, on K. ItolT-cniae(-rr
& Co., In fau.r of WuhVcct Amounting tn
$u-rt, the ame beins either stolen or ot. 1'avinent of
in M draft i t.tor-ictt. A LI U.
O ri(K. -(leoree (iray lieui to notify itmiiubtic
ami In customer, th.it lie Im mentiv opened
Ihe IIOIKI. SKKKKI' MAUKKT. He U now
prepare.) to 4tt)fIy families nt the market ctcry After
noon from 4 to 7 o'clock with fre.h cut meat. 133
AMU CO!.Lr.Cir-0tnff to the .May in the
Completion of the new bliil.Hnr .it 1'un.ilmii. th
opening of the Pall Term nf Oahu College will be de
ferred to Wednevlay, the 31! thy of October next.
5$Ml S. H. HOLK, Secretary.
PUN'AHOU I'Kl'.PAKA'IOKY SCHOOI 'Ihe
Fall Term of the I'linihon I'rejKirntory School
will open on Wednevlay, the 19th day of Siptemlr.
Principal, Miu 1 !. Monre ; AtiUtant Teacher, Mb.
C I Storm and Mi II. I.cui. The course of tliH
chvol will carry pupil; from learning to read to the
completion of arithmetic Until the opening of Oahti
College on the 3d day of CVtoUr, rnipih of the Prepar
atory School Intending to board at Pupation, niuM lind
board elsewhere. S. II. DOLK, Secretary
NOTICK. Hj next steamer Irom the cna.t tun ex
perienced teacher for the (URLS' HOARD
ING SCHOOL for Ihe Mind of Uaw-iii, in North
Kolnla, nre to nrrhe. 'Hie nlove named Seminary
will therefore I reopened on Thurtdav. the nth of the
coming Septcmlter, am) all friends are cordially invited
to bring their daughteis forentrance on the diy abme
specified. PUR OKDIIK.
T'HE GENUINE ARTICLE.
COI.UMUIA KIVKK SALMON
Salmon Bellies, 1883 Catch.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLK A COOKU.
These Fish can be relied upon as Ffrst-Clau.
THEfXAiL hV TIIK STLAMMII
Monday, September 10th,
AT IO O'CLOCK At M.
A Latf. LrTTtK Hag will lie kept open at the Post
Office after the alioe hour, till 30 minute beforp the
advertised hour of the steamer departure, I o receive
all late lei ten, on which an additional fee of Kite Cents
(Scent) for each letter must ! aid, m coin or tamp,
'1 be public are socially requested to mail all letter
at the Post Otfite, and not lake them on loard the
133 II. M. WlinNKV, PoMmaMer General,
GRAND TOUR OF THE WORLD
Wilt 1 cthiliilcil for the first lime in this city
On Mondnjr Evening-, September lOth
A. fliown la apprechtive amliences in the
principal cine, ot Ihe United Suiet.
Tlia accuracy and teauly of these scenes hue lieen
fre.uenlly culofiied by tourists, and are illuminated
Drummond Light and New BlvocuUr Panleicope
of M. McAilistku or Nk Yurk.
The Whole Series of upwards of
70 S.Tiut; Bonaea, 70
ILl. lltlSTKATK l-LACCSOr INTKH.ST IM TIIK
UN1JKI1 STA'IHS, '"'
Appropriate TourUti' Deicriitl4ii ill I given by
MRS., HUGH IIASTIK.
Charatltrittlc Mtttlc under Ihe tlireillon v(
In order lo give tariett-, Ihe evening', tnltrtatnmtnt
Ulll duft. with a DnuuatIC rrfireseiilatum. uiih full . a.t
r.f characters ftnl new uiklumes. of the Fourth Act v(
Marohamt of Vole,
IXCLtClhC TIIK C.ANI1 TIAU IC.NC
$h)locl, Ilattanlo, Anli-) .... ,
nip, Oratiano and SaUino, f " trentfcmen Amateur.
1'unU Mn.. Iliui llASTtr
Trices tiT Admitsion as usual. Ilos TUn now otien
at I. W. KoUrlam at Co,
Carriase. may be udered fur iau'clxk. It8
BsMf Prodmoan or lUwaiL
CiKTliurN I am en route to AuuralU to Klctt k
IX U Ihuruu jhbre.1 bull, a&d tow. U lit.
IIKKKfOUIl llrttl:)), '
I have the assurance of the owner of litis herd I visit,
thai " they at all IkiI U.A recutdnl, and trir. it
lavtical would l eUd o low against any herd in
llmfurilsliire, rinLii-l; ts-ena Ucrdsr fur past ten
Trs, from pur. fcluik originally Mtccted and shiM.t
ftoiu tt breeder, ill KngUn.J, aikl new blalru. been
ihin.J tvitluut trgard 10 (4k. I Uull mum r
L'uyof hidney, uh rt( tbi4wni U uLrrlcd tlixk,,
IulIi wilt be
Three-Quarter. Bull., and Oa.-Quarter Cow.,
acKU f aim ij tu ti uoKrut.
I ttl male an arrarvgeioent wbertby (if tkU l4 I
can UihI at Honolulu Ktcal, if deid, abuut tMuber
9b 11 4iie vn duck wdf be abut
Syuau.il ion al'f-l,., Atsu V1M(K,0 cc.,
(.hUh .itlU lacalO
AnvcHder.orre.iina. fur lRfUiailb teftl ts IW.
W ln.euiU,'UI lesesv. 1
reset. Irunu ajleulkai.
unri.i M t KAV.'.
IaitWt Ureedcr aJ EspurUI U Wjulnl I j Suk.
aiCtUiia&tiiT, Sax Fismiku,
N. S. Iwar aWewc. feooi
I r iUmci ftool bone, my bswinest gswa
wWurJw.ib4ba ay father 4 UMt,
,T THOMAS G. THRUMS
Four.!fiRi'.i:r sionr, hki:vi:k's ih.ock,
cak rr rousii a rrti. assortmoit nr
Finn nml Comnterclnl Slrttlonerr,
chnsistino In rAT or
.Voir.' Utter, Cap, I fc.il and Mill i'aper,
(S..I.I, Sie.l and (Juill Wnt,
lllk Wtillnf and Cl)lni Inks,
Tannine, VIlet and lllne Inks,
Ibton's. Kalier's, Oullneck's an.l tirottUrger
IVnrds, 1'enhohters, U'i. RitMier, Cellnlrtiil
l'alerirs, 1.iiin Card, '
Cap, teller, Nftte and Memo Tablets and III.kU
In .Mandt and rinevitef,
STOAKKS1 AUrOMAriCySIIADINH I'KNS
in sevfiiAt sirr-s,
Verj Ueful in Ornamental Work, and
INK I'OWDF.RS, VARIOUS COLORS,
rrm psk with tmr SAtir.
Pass, Memo, Time, Order, Receipt, Ksercise and
Mann's (.Manila) and I'rrnrh (nhile) Cnp)inr I'aiier,
111 ink llolks In Various Sires andSttleSif fliiiding.
Special or eslrl lirge bonkt mule up to order from
WESSON'S l.lNl'.N KIXOKIl I'AIT.R,
iiv tosiirrrNT roartON woriKMrN,
In Any Si)le Desired.
Paper Rullnt; of Ihe Mo.l Complicated Pattern
A rUI.I, LINK 01' KI.AT I'AIT.RS,
Constsnlly in Slock.
MUSIC, MAOAZINCS, 1'KRIOIJICAI.S, LAW
Bnnntl on Short Not loo to Pattern,
Willi Plain, Sprinkled, Colored, Marbled or Oill-KdRe.
Photojrraph Frames and 1'as.epartouts,
Autograph and Photo. Atlnims Scrap Rooks,
In! lid Work-Hosts nnd WrinnK-Desks,
Arlots. pes frametl and unframed,
Kbonired, Kasels, Ilrarkrt. and Cabinets,
Celluloid Set. of Comb, llnislinnd Mirror,
Lidies lland'HiRs. Reticules, Ilaskett,
Shaul Slrairt, Sclinol Kirs.
A Fine ariety of Prans s Itirthd iy Csrds,
Poetical, llirthitay and Misctlhneous looks.
onk kkv scirairiR
Jeffries Lawn Tennis Set, Complete.
ORDKRS FROM T1IF. OTIIKR ISLANDS
PAITIIFI'LLV ATTFNIiKU TO.
CARRIAGES AND WAGONS,
No. 70 Queen Stkpit, Honolulu.
Blacksmith Coal, Iron,
Oak, Ach, Spokes,
-Felloes, Shaft., Etc.
A COMILKTE ANI1 FINE ASSOKTMKNT or
Constantly kept on li-ind.
Cnrriacen nnd AVbbou. made to order,
SUITAHLk. FOR ANV IjKljUlRKSII NTS.
AM. WORK C.UARANTLKI).
C M. CARTER & CO."
S. I. OKAIIAM.
No. SZ King Street, Honolaln,
MKTAIt. URALKMS IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
t We would notify the public, nnd housekeeper. lu par
ticular, that we keep on hand and for Mile, in quantities
to suit purchasers and at lowest rales, fuel, as follows;
IIARU AND SOFXWOOH,
Cut any lengths ;
N. S. W. NLWCASTLi: COAL,
SCO! CI I COAL, and the
CF.LEIIRATF.I) WCLLING10N MINK,
DKPARTURK HAY COAL,
The above can lie ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
CilVE US A CALL Telephone, No. 305
WR, AlKJ KEr IN .TUCK
HAY, OATS-Cahfornu and New Zealand ;
MARI.KY-Whole ami ground ;
Wl I CAT, CO R N -Whole and cracked ;
1IRAN, .MI1IIH.IN0S, and oilier feed.
Order lb. above through Telepliune No. J05,
AND VSK llllr
Qatok Delivery and FU Walght
OKDKRS FkOMOlllF.K ISUNIIS.SOI.IC'lrEII
Free Delivery 10 All Part, of the City,
Reateatker, No. 8X Kla Itraat.
TurriiukH No. jot.
lUfRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 78 Fort Mntt, HaattltUa,
INtsiatRK AkU L.Aiaa H
I'arft, Allnrhuiriil: OH anil .Iccre.oriee.
AGkHT rOR 1HK
WHIT SVIsdlU I.ICIIT-Rl'NHlKG NW HoMC )x blue,
llotsard'. Msxhirur Needles, all kbsdt
Curtkcir. Silk, in all color, and tire. 1
l!jlau. liiKn n.rea'l,
LUrk's (J. N, T. alasbine CutoiL
Ame, LkmemCt KiliaUi Cut JSifvr VattitH
Healer in UlrLU,
Of M and Sro.IINi (j,
buor, Pui;, Cam,
a4 M.taiik: Catiij
KKHMKXK UrorM,'! aM thrm.
Senuig-Masbine, UnV and CunKrpaiisug watytly
M aXRaaataakt kaf sbt) MtTiittnIaaH il
W IC.K..-AH p are kceby waniej aajaliut
tgiwfj jrriW Vjyl. wk esj Wh.
QCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The New anil P.tegsnt Steamships
MJIlll'OSil anil ALAMIiDA
Will lrne Honolulu nj San Franelteo ai, folio:
At 4MRIM ..
.Honolulu, SeittumVr toth-Noon
.. , .San htnclrCo, (Jtlnlprr nl
llom.lulti, t)itoler ijth-iViwi,
, ,.Kn Pnineiro. (Hto1r tjlh
Paene may hate Iheir names IntoVed tn ailrftnce
hy ('(! 1 1 ok At the oir(rof tliemtetn.
Mertlnnilhti !ntenletl for ilitinent bj tliU lirw, will
I twelve. I fietrf Mfirace in the comfan' new ware
h.uivi', nml rerelpt tiMietl f.r ftanie. Imttrancv on
merci.irhlie, wlnUt in the Harelumte, mil ant owners
134 WIM.tAM 0 IKWINftCo., Axrnl.
pACIFIC MAIL STBAMSHIP COMPANY,
'Ihe plemlij Steamship
VI:IIIH:k ... Comman.ler
For Snn FrnncUco About Snpt, UlUX
Paen(eri will please call ai the olTite of
153 " MAlKPi;!.!) A CO.ARet.t.
pOR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
'Hie Splendid Steamship
virv or xiitr route.
CO till . . Loiumiinler
UII.L t rAVK MONOUItU
On or Abont Soptontlier IHHh
We are now prepareil to Imic li.leU lo San I'run
ciM-ooml return for toe. the round trln.
(noils, for nhiitmeiil iNr .iri.iner ran nnw 1m Oi-ireil.
free of tliirge. in tlte fire-proof wireliouie near the
For freifi.it tor awage, apply lo
134 H. HACKFKI.I) (k Co, Agentt.
POR SAN PRANC1SC0.
1 lie Stliooner
Vt.A US SI' Jt ECKELS,
nn I. IIAVK
Quick Dlinnteh for tho Above Port.
For freight or passage, apply lo
158 W. O. IRWIN Co., Agents.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Clipper Urtgantine
Qui ok DLpatoh for Use Aliovo Port
For freight or pitsage, npply to
1S7 W. O. IRWIN It Co., Agenlt.
POR "SAN FRANCISCO.
'1 he Clipper Dark
KA I, A ICA UA,
Quick Dl.patch for tho Above Port
For freight or tassage, apply to
157 V. A. SCIIAUFr.R & Co., Agents.
pOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Hie A 1 Iron ll.uk
c Ay or us,
II. SCHNAl.MF.YF.R Master
IS ILL IIAVK
Qniok Dl.pn.toli for the Abovo Port.
,Fof freight or passage, apply to
IS3 II. IIACKFi:LI)4.C0.,Aeents.
VfEW YORK and
Honolulu Packet Lino.
MI'.SSRS. W. II. CROSSMAN & llltp.,
77 ANII 70 HHoAIIKTRUhT, NPW VORk.
Will dis)iatch a first-clan vessel
From Now York Direct to Honolnlu
IN ALL OCTOBLK.
Parties desiring to ship by this line will do well to
turvinru orders by tins mail, nnu jier atariiovi.
150-tf CAbl'l.i: & COOKi:, Agnus.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
, Charles Itrewer Si Company will ilUpatch the Hark
Sall from Boston for this Port
. SeptemWr it.
To 1 followed (y the AmvTur;ierr January i, 1884,
Order vhrndd c In 1 to ton not later than Auicust
13th, tu Insure hhipment. Fur further particular, ap
ply to C IIKLWCK it COM PAN V,
147 m iueen Mieet, iioiitiiulu.
1MB TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
This steamer will lease Honolulu each lUKSDAY
at 4 f. ti., touching at I .aliaina, Maalaea llav, Makena,
MahuLona, Kawailiae, l.amahoilHcand llllo,
Ketiirniiig will touth at all the above toils, arriving
at Honolulu each bUNIJAY Morning.
A FRANK COOKb,
Ar.RNT OK TIIK FOLLOttINO COAXTKKS:
FI.AO :-Redwiih Whit. Hall. Officii corner ol
Queen and Nuuanu aireet.
rOR SAN FRANCISCO.
V. JIltKH'KU Jt COMCA.W, Ayi'l
Merciandlte rcceivctt Storage Free and lilicral cash
advance, made on shipments hy this line.
STEAM NAVIGATION OOMPANVS
LINE OF S-IEAMKRS.
IIatki , Coniounjer
Rum regularly to iONA and KAU, a. follow! I
Leave. Honolulu at 4 P. M.t
Fiiday, July. .
Friday, August .it
'liMsday, August,,.. ...I
Friday, July. .i I likUv, isepitiukcr..,. 7
'I uetday, August . 7 'IusJay,bpteiuucr ..II
Friday, SepteniLer l.
:. , m-',
Arrive, at Honolulu!
Saturday, July..'. 14
Wednesday, July, ..
Saturday, August. . 4
WtdMtday, Ailgust. . 1
Saturday, Augsra. ...,3)
Wednesday, tsepletuler. S
She J, it. Uithutt,
CautaoN .. ,. .. .. 1 . .Csantuarxitr
Leave. Honolulu Ev.rjr MeasUy, at g P, M ,
For Nawiliw',b, Kfaloa, Llrek, and VYaloe, Kattal
ketumio. leave Hw'atiit every ri4ay .seitititt.
37 tinmen Mnket,
MeLVWAlU. ,,.,.,,. , ,.,.,.,,,,. j, ,, Com ttvtt
Lmtm Haaahla atawy Tltiiwiy, at I P. M
41 elu uucrliocincitlo.
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
PALMER A THATCHER,
iij I'okt Strnrir HonolulI, II. I.
Bmln Witier, , '
Glnfter Als anii
Thai I. Superior tn Quality and Flavor
To anything eser produced liefoie Tn thtt kingdom.
Pure Fruit Aciila,
OMV I'tKtl IN TIIK MANUPACTVBK.
Puro Enntorn Apple Older,
f.OI)A .... (IVrl)oren) joe
SARSI'ARII.I.A " joe
CIDER. " ,. .. joe
OINC.r.R ALE. " 7jc
Patent Wire Stopper, used on all our bottle.
Orders viliritcl. l!o!, ilelisered lo any part of thi
ily, nnd ship)-,! to the tthr r islands.
'I KturiinNr, Ho. .97, 13. tf
M R. J. W. YARNDI.EY
Will gise Instructions to a limited numlier of pliplld
In Violin-Playing and
The Cultivation of the Voice.
Couimuniratiorit reelecting the nlove nLsy be left nt
Mr. C l Williams' riano nod Furniture Store, Tele,
phone No 76: Mr, T, (!. 'I Ilium's More, Telephone
No. 30; nnd at the Residence of Mr, Ynrndley, No. 10
Pirtnon Tunetl, Repaired and Poll.hed,
ON SIKIKT NIITKK,
If orders are adJressed at above.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real E.tate Broker, Custom House Broker,
Employment Agent and General
OrriCK No. .7 MmrciiANT Strkkt.... Honolulu.
'lFlKrnoriu, 17 j ,,....!'. O. Ilox, jrj.
The only recognized Rkai Kstatk IIrokkk, CtiSTuat
IIOLSK IIkiiksk nnd (IrhlKAL HuSINrls. AGENT,
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Rents Houses, Cottages and Rooms, in alfpartt of
Honolulu. Sells and Leases lironettv all over Ihe Klne.
Attends to makinu entries at Custom House bvnower
of attorney, nnd other ise.
AI.F.NT FOR THE REST
Fire and Life In.nranoe Companle
IN THE WORLD
Legal Ootumtnts of all Detciiptiom Drawn,
HlIU Collrrted: Hooks and Accounts Arranged and
General Oftice Work 'transacted.
Okiikms Fkum Tub OriiKK Islanp. Solicitkli.
Minify t J.01111 On J-tvl-Vliitt Srrurlty.
AOEN r FOR
VIOKORY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR.
A Monthly llluMrnlcd I'aiier, With i8Cliromot.
l.'Jn t Yrir.
-VNE 'HUNDRED AND TEN DAYS
O. W. MAOrARLANE Ce.
orrxK run salk TiiKCAkCo or thk a
Extreme Iron Clipper Skip Shanttoat
NOW lieiNU I.ANUKII
IN EXCEI'IIONALLY FINE CONDITION,
tONSItltNti ur VINK link, or
tiUOAR MACHINERY, ' ,.
LOCO M 01 IVES, '' "
IIAR and SHEET IKON,
ENGLISH STEAM COAL, Etc.
ail or which will orrg.ro
To the Trade vary
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
117 Four St.'.ET, HuNULULl', II. f,
C. j.' Hardy tui4 H. P, Bifimvm,
PUsiajr, Saaftioc, Tunilay,
DsMft, SMh, mimiu, Dmt
aaal Wiautasar "
tsess. wsj nreww rtaaaaa.
MOLDINOS AND FINISH,
Always ut hand. .
All Miler. SI led on .hurt svelte, and J-Ulna It "Ml It
atteuled la MutiUiat; road. I any iMMtwit .at.at
r. liars;, for knlsM. Pike M
4W(rt III I lajaHaalvllliL lil aLsUHf SB. 1,-akta. mi
-; ' '-"--'' - -t-"f?.r'ta. t
rM ' liW Kiaini Ha. uh, natwWaa
sd-tjo wosm. s tsataa) aaaaaaaai.
j, w. iUea, mm-M. '" - --jr
JubCAJbUI ti IftaHl al (tsaaVaa. aamaalaaa
mvtttw tsad. by LueMtwi aaU rueetsVlialL
wife, ou the aslrt stay t" W bum tne, A IL ttVUT aa.
ftorileil In Ike rawca rat akw -!'. BualU Am.
t i r-