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36 yi to $7 5. iKronfinc to their destination.
tiii: sirr.tTiov .i.vw rut: orri.oou.
Urnc!fi.!i jniblic spirit i the need of
the hour. It is an (pen secret that the
t.itchenny cnltinet would be out of
office to tiny if one well-known ritben
would h.ivc ronwntcd to tnkc offire.
" I will go with you to the hitter end."
said Mr. SprcrkeU; and there is little
doubt that the "hitter end" would
h.ic had a lew farcical termination
than the acceptance of an .irtiMirnlly
drawn trial balance by the Itcrtvily in
vol.ctl "opposition shop." If Mr.
SprcckeU had reason to Iwlicvc that
the community was unwilling to make
personal sacrifice to attain the end
sought for, it is no wonder that he lost
f.uth in (he genuineness of the demand
for reform, and came to believe that at
least some of the opposition were sel
fish in their desire for a change and
willing to "use" Mr. SpreckcN to at
tain purcl) personal ends. It is the
opinion of the writer that the intelli
gent white clement of the islands is
pr.i(tieall) a unit against the Gibson
administration. The native-element is
divided, with the intelligent for the
most part against. If there were
traitors in the camp of reform, as Mr.
Sprcckcls believed, the treason ought
not have been charged against the
opposition as a whole. There are
mean-spirited men in every following;
we are none of us finite unselfish ; y?
are none of us absolutely impartial ,
but he who runs may read the lesson
of the opposition to the present mis
management of public, affairs. It is
not cowardly: it is-not selfish; it is
not one-sided. Harsh as its criticism
has been, it has been less harsh than
circumstances warranted. Hut what is
the use of this criticism unless men
who believe there is rank misgovern
merit are willing to take office to help
reform it. Men ol great interests tlut
wait for their best development on the
issue of good government in foreign
and home affairs, have small right to
complain if things go wrong. Penni
less adventurers, notorious incompe
tents, men who arc professional and
business failures, -arc just the men to
get into office, while the ".solid men "
of character, intelligence and honestly
acquired wealth decline to accept
office, when, by some sacrifice, they
might help to make the wrong right.
It is unlikely that the present cabinet
will go out of office until after the neU
legislature. It is perhaps as well that
it should continue in power until then.
The mischief that its responsible head
has done will then be shown by facts
and figures whit h may not be forth
coming until then. Hut when the
piesent cabinet does go Out, ami a new
cabinet is to be formed, there ought to
be no shirking of duty by men who
are looked to as leaders and who have
at once the brains, the experience and
the acknowledged probity to give the
community that cordial confidence in
their sincerity for reform which the
present cabinet has so conspicuously
At the first glance This seems to be in
contradiction of much that the 1'rcss
lias previously said. It has been urged
in these columns, over anil over again,
that no one can afford to take office in
the cabinet of King Klakaua, without
satisfactory guarantees that his tenure
of office should depcntl upon something
belter than the pleasure of any one
man. Wo have urged a constitutional
amendment limiting the veto power of
the kmg and putting-it out of his power
10 dismiss uis caiiiuei iviuioui cause.
The king's friends claim for him now
that he has retained Mr. Gibson in
office all these months because, he
wished to show the community that he
could be constant in his adherence to
a cabinet officer whom he trusted. If
is unfortunate that this trust should
have been placed in so universally dis
trusted an adviser as the present lire
inicr. If the community might have
reasonable confidence in the sincerity
of the king's desire to sec the laws
honestly administered and the icvenue
honestly ccniled as the king's action
might readily compel his subjects to
have fear of the veto power and tlread
of cabinet control would cease, as the
logical sequence of a cause removed.
Hut, until the king's actions shall justify
that confidence, it is not at all likely
lobe forthcoming. As the issue stands.
is is a dear cut proposition that things
can not go on as they have been longer
than the meeting or the next legislature,
Then we shall sec what we shall see,
A wortl with you Messrs. the pro
moters, the prcsiduntt the directors and
the acnls for the Oceanic Steamship
Coniany. Your he.uitilul Mariosa
has already made j ou "solid" with the
travelling public. Your Alameda will
doubtless make you doubly "solid."
Theie remains but one thing to make
vou "solid, not only with husmes
men but with those religious folk whose
scruples and preferences it is at once
courteous and politic to respect. Can
not youmrango so as not to leave San
Francisco, or arriv.or leave here, on
Sundays? If you will advertise to
leave both terminal lurts on Salutdavs,
when the regular sailing davs fall on
Sundavs, vou will increase the liking
with which )our management, so far,
has inspired us all. All of which is
most icsiwctfully submitted.
Mr. Frank Painon will sail on the
Madras next Monday for Hongkong,
Canton and as many other Chinese
cities, localities and populations as may
possibly be visited during a sojourn of
about eight months. lie carries with
hint no official commission, he has
sought none, mid would have been un
likely to accept one had it been offered
him. Hut he will use every effort pys
sible to a man of liberal culture, broad
symiMthy.cnd extensive acquaintance
with the social and industrial needs of
these islands to urge upon Chinese
contractors for Chinese labor both the
moral and the economic importance of
sending to these islands a larger propor
tion o women to men in all future
shipments of Chinese laborers.
The Australian colony ol Victoria is
apparently nlxnit to cfa considerable
annexing with or without the consent of
the mother country, and the great
prctantctte had best " lly around
lively" if he hojies to make his move
for a " stay of proceedings " effective.
vot.ti it it. srn tits.
News from Noith and South Kona
is to the effect that electioneering has
already become active there, antl the
government, as usual, has been ahead
of the opposition. Feeling, however,
itsownweaknes5in the affections of the
people, it has put into the field a large
number of tanditlatcs with the hope of
thus breaking up lheop)osition tickets.
For North Kona, the opposition can
didate is Mr. G, W. 1'ihpo, and no
government candidate in the field.
For the South Kona district, the pro
minent government candidates arc Mr.
Kaohc and Mr. J. Nahinu, who is the
local district justice. The latter
as was to be expected -was a
staunch supporter of every palace mea
sure that was brought forward. There
is said to be a very strong feeling uni
versally present among the people of
these districts against the Gibson ad
ministration and a determination to
elect none but such as are considcrctl
independent men who derive no sup
port from government. At a mass
meeting held in South Kona last week,
Mr. Piliixi in a long speech, wherein he
thoroughly eoscd the mis doings of
inc government, was rcpeaieuiy inter
rupted by vociferous applause , while
Mr. Nahinu, the government man, who
afterwards tried to speak, was derisively
grectetl. We -believe the feeling ex
pressed in these tlistricts is one very
common throughout the islands, and
that it will take something more than
the windy oratory or hired demagogues
and stump orators to change this feel
ing sufficiently to enable the govern
ment to pack the next legislature.
it rt.r.Asr. voru t:.ui:t.u:svii:s.
The minister of finance will oblige a
grateful tonslitiiency by, having the
goodness to tlirect the registrar of
public accounts to incorporate in next
quarter's treasury-exhibit answers to the
following queries :
What are the outstanding liabilities
of the government?
What is the aggregate of temporary
loans, to bo replaced on receipt of
What amount of interest has been
promised on these temporary loans?
It will be gracious of the cabinet to
explain also that neat little embryotic
not to say chaotic, Gihsonotic, antl even
idiotic scheme by which the Chinese
immigrant was to be plucked five dollars'
worth, for the pleasant privilege of
wading from his debarking scow to his
snug quarters on the quarantine reef.
It is quite as unpleasant to be eter
nally "nagging" the ministry as it can
possibly be for that nfliictcd body of
patriotic ptioiic servants to enciiirc inc
nagging. Hut a curious Kohala man
has been examining the pedestal of the
Kamchamclia statue at that place antl
says it could easily be built for $500.
lie wants the ministry to tell lum how
much it cost. If the pedestal cost
more than $500 (as it did), why did it
cost so much ? Why were not the
public permitted to bid on the work?
We trust the gentlemen of the
cabinet will sec what nn excellent op-'
portumty this is lor exercise of the
courteous urbanity which so charac
terizes ineir dealings wan inc ticar
people they so delight to serve.
The attorney general ad interim has
at last a splendid opportunity to win
fresh distinction by entering suitagainst
himself. The Klclc l'oakolu of the
1 jth instant contains nn article so flag
rantly indecent that no respectable Ha
waiian woman could read it without
blushing. The attorney general ad in
terim is proprietor of the Klcle ami re
sponsible for its conduct. The friends
of the attorney general ad inltrim are
never weary of rmguig the changes on
the. blameless purity of his life. 1 1c
will certainly please those good friends
of his by kicking into the street the
unspeakable person who is directly re
sponsible for the appearance of the ar
At a late hour last night it was given
on good authority that Mr. A. S. Cleg-
horn would be reinstated today in Ins
office ef immigration inspector. As he
was dismissed from ollice by the actton
of Messrs. Gibson antl Gulick, and as
the king is supposed to be in accord
with his cabinet, it is in the lino of
icasonable query to ask what compell
ing influence has brought about this
sudden antl somewhat humiliating
change in Mr. Gibson's ministerial
heart? Truly the independence antl
manifest leadership of the " premier" is
something quite too too.
There has "been some current com
ment as to the real meaning of the
word " defaulter." Webster defines it
as follows: "Defaulter, noun: first,
4 one who makes default ; one who fails
to appear in court when called.'
Second, 'one wllo fails to pcrfoim a
public duty j particularly, one who
tails to account for public money en
trusted to his care ; a delinquent,' "
One who ails to perform a public duty
has no more right to claim immunity
fiom the title of defaulter than one
who fails to account for public money.
Let honest men remember that good
government can not exist without gootl
men. Nor should gootl men forget
that a fund of worldly wisdom is essen
tial to the efficacy of honesty in the
management of public affairs. Let us
not then make the mistake of urging
men lor cabinet positions whose
honesty is merely negativ e. The harm
lessness of the dove is excellent. When
the wisdom of the scrKiit is added,
fitness for cabinet counsel is more
pi, 1 1 in 1 ,1 1 , 1
The Garcttc suggests that a subscrip
tion bo uiscd lor the Java sufferers.
The suggestion is a good fine, and
someone, at once representative and
witli lime to attend to it, ought to
undertake the work. F.ven fifty cent
subscriptions might be taken ; and
enough of such small sums as nearly
even one could starc would make a
1111 p. 1 ji 1 wmtmrnmyq
Hie Itulletm makes conspicuous
illustration or its Kcntlcmamlncss. fair
ness and command of good Hnglish in
Us leaders of the 26th instant. Hut it
singularly faiU to answer the direct
charge of the I'rcss herevreeated
that the Hulletin has Inxn cither the
paid or the unpaid second fiddle of
.Mr. Gibson somcial mandolin.
There is a long article on The Mis
sionary Sugar I'lantcrs of the I luwaiian
Islands in the last number of the
Southern Workmen. It will be Con
cluded in the next iuuuIkt. Although
too long for republication in those col
umns it deserves the attention of Eng
tsst.t is tn mm-isi:.
Prof. A. I A. King has an article in
Popular Science Monthly for Septem
ber on Insects and Disease Mos
quilocs and Malaria, Irom which we
quote the following :
ViewrtI In the lignt of ntir modern "ettm
theory" of .Hwdw, the punctures of prnlKHcl
ilwti Insects, lllie llmc of IVutciir's nectllcs,
leacrvr ctmnhferillqn. s notable means hy
winch liaeierU ami other germs may lie Inocu
Inleil Into human lioilies, so nt to infect the
liloml ami Eire rise to upeeiflc fevers, tl lias,
lone, ago licen tlemAmtmtctl thit " m.illgntnt
niMulc" Is proiluccil in man l- the ditc of a
ll)--(llrlllh Metlical Journal, January 24,
ISfij, ti. 230). Dr. II111M, In the article jut
(iiioteil, refer to the greater frequency of this
illwne in lint, dry summers, where insect life
is active and teeming t ami this, he think,
wotiM go far to explain the preslcr frequency
of the malignant pustule in llurgunity tlt-in in
Hnplarnl ami the north of Trance, at nlto its
greater frequency in hilierii ami I.-tplaml,
whirr Iriwcts nl the mosquito trilw arc Ihe
great wM of the traveler. In Ixinl.-tml the
poiular Ixlief was long ago univcrml that the
illae cntneil hj a iecullir iiwect, which
nuiltlcnly ileoccmlcO irom the air, ami a uil
ilcnly ilhapiearel. In the Iimlon Times
(iSfxj) it it rcvtlnl that four humlrti! jwiMms
lost their lim in the wmlh of Itinsii ami in
the province of Kiev from the ring of n
"vencmous fly" inqiortcil from Asia, sixty 01
ncvenly jcar,s hefore. Virchow, who has mailc
malignant pustule n pectal stinly, sa) 1 " Mint
prolialily, insects with piercing prolnwccs effect
the Inoculation, such as gaillhes (llrcmsc) ; hut
riles which make no wound msy alto implant
the poison on the skin by their soiled wings
ami feel." The bile of these same llies may
Ik; generally hirmlcw j the) have no tcncmoui
txiwcr of their own, but only convey poison
irom sources of infection 10 mm and animals.
rurthttniore, when it is remembered that
;llscasc-iirodiicine bictcric izcrms are m minute
that n million may rest on the head of a pin,
and that Ihe smitlcsl puncture of the finest
m.cillc-Hint (as in I'.-isIiimL experiments with
chicken-cholera), when clarged with tin atom
of infecting nnltcr, miy be sufficient to infect
the liody wilh the septic nnttcr, it scarcely
seems mssiblc to ignore any longer the punc
tures of miKquitncs anil other proliosciilian
insects as itossihlc. sources of both infection
and contagion. Willi our present knowltdgc
ol the "germ theory one would Hard y dare,
even once, to plunge an inoculating needle into
the blood of a jellovv-fcvif or tjphus-fever
lialicnt. whether living and comolosc or re
cently dend, nnd llicn withdraw it and plunge
it into ins own dkkhI or Inc liloixl 01 oilier
persons, vet this is exactly what the mosquito
1 immiil; 111 111.111 liny C!iim -ilhi ujmit.iiiie,
and what, perhaps, the Ilea is doing in the
filth) jails and ships infested with t)phus. In
the jellnw.fcvir instance, it is to be noted,
alio, tint the spread of the disease ceases with
frost j so nlso do the peregrinations of the
There is no medical man on these
islands who has been here sufficiently
long to have studied the history of the
origin anil spreatl of leprosy through
out the country but that considers it
contagious. The tcstimon) of all the
physicians who were called at the late
libel suit was to that effect ; and not
ably so the testimony of two of the
oldest and most reputable among
them, antl who have had the most ex
tended experience with the disease
Doctors Trousseau and Stangenwald.
The former of these gentlemen stated
distinctly, on the-stanri, his belief in the
communicability of the disease through
the agency of mosquitoes, fleas, and
flies : and it was upon such opinions
as these that we based our assertion
that the leper hospital at JCakaako is a
standing mtitatc to the population of the
town. Independent, however, of medi
cal opinion, any intcllicent person
familiar with the social history of these
islands must arrive at the same con
clusion. From a single case existent
here but thirty years ago, the disease
has spread to thousands, and how cm
hraces among its victims about one
in twenty-five or thirty of the entire
native population. Nearly three thou
sand lepers have been sent to the
asylum on Molokai since its first incep
tion, while we have many more, either
at large or at Kakaako. Do we want
more than such data to establish the
fact of contagion ?
I'rom the slowness of its period of
incubation many unthink'ing people hav e
been led to infer that the disease is
non-contagious, and are ready in jus
tification of their belief to point to
cases where healthy persons have been
in constant contact with lepers for one,
two, or five, years, without having con
tiacted the disease. The absurdity of
such reasoning however is made mani
fested when we consider that five years
is about the average length of time re
quired for it to dev elope after its germs
have first been received into the system,
and that it may often be ten or twelve
)ears before symptoms-arc manifested.
Also, that in certain forms of the
disease, its progress is so slow and its
external manifestations so obscure as
to rquirc )cars before they become
visible to the casual observer. We
must confess, however, that there arc
cases of seeming immunity among in
dividuals who have lived for many) cars
on terms of intimacy with lepers; but
this is the exception and not the rule,
whole families often becoming infected
from a single individual. Hut however
this may be, before we can logically
deny the truth of the contagion theory,
we must first explain how a new disease
introduced among a people previously
free from it, can from a single case, in
one generation only, be propagated to
several thousands. We do not believe
the logician to exist who can make the
explanation. That the disease may be
proagaled too by other means than
mere toutact with lepers, we also believe
to be a fact. The writer many years
since propounded the theory of its com
municability through the agency of pro
boscidean insects; most notably mos
quitoes and ileas. It is a most uncom
fortable theory to such as had depended
upon their own self-righteousness for
protection, while they were content to
believe with Mr. Fitch, that sufferers
Irom leprosy were but receiving their
"just reward for former transgressions.
Uncomfortable as such 11 theory may be,
there is nevertheless much data at band
in its support. It is only when health
consideration cease to lc made subser
vient to those of politics, that the intelli
gent people of this Community may
again feci secure.
If the members of the Palace Party
will lie satisfied with a reasonable and
appropriate share in the government of
this country, it may yet tie wen with
them. If they are not satisfied, if they
continue to thirst lor power ami con
tinue to favor its concentration in the
hands of one man, they may come to
learn some day that Hawaii for the
Hawaiian must mean something better
than Hawaii for a baker's dozen of
A clutter for the re-incorporation of
the Honolulu Lhamlier or Commerce
UaseU the privy council sonic time
since. It has not yet U-cn i4.uc&
Why ? The interior ikiurttncnt is at
least resixmiilile for the delay, as well
ai for the failure to bring forward car.
tain other incorioration projects tor
action by the council
sow. riMi-.i.v rut in,
liiinon Svitnmv Press -Sir
Does the public know of the manner
in which the leper question is being
treated? 'If not, they should.
A few- months ago, Mr. Filch, by his
own acts, piaceti iiumclf on trial to
answer the charges of quackery antl
general incompetency. These charges
were full) sustained by a mass of evi
dence both professional and unprofes
sional. When the charge was made Mr.
Gibson informed Mr. Fitch that unless
he could refute them, he might con
sider his position vacant. All the evi
dence of both Mr. Mtcli and his wit
nesses tended to substantiate the
charges made, Mr. Fitch himself being
the strongest w itness for the defense.
And )ct, in the face of all this, Mr.
Gibson retains hint antl asserts his
intention of still retaining him. Whf ?
Simply for this reason. Mr. Fitch
has considerable influence among the
more ignorant natives, The natives
have votes and Mr. Gibson has a
number of axes to grind at the coining
election. This is why his love for Mr.
Fitch is so strong. And so the old
state of affairs continue. Lepers are
being trcatctl and discharged as cured.
Lepers arc to be seen frcqttciilly if not
daily on our streets. It is hard to be
lieve that there is a human beinc in
this community who would endanger
the lives of every man, woman and
child in it, simply to keep himself in
office. Hut such is the deplorable fact.
Probably in no other community in the
worltl would such a condition of af
fairs be tolerated.
A portion of the charge to the jury
by his honor Chief Justice Judtl,
in the suit of Fitch against the Saturday
Press, will not be amiss:
The importance of the office held by the pro
secuting witness could not lie overestimated.
If, by any means, these Islands should be a
plague snot, the effect would lie mure impor
tant upon the future of the nation than the
withdrawal of the reciprocity treat). If the
medical man in charge of all men suposcd to
Dc aillictecl Willi leprosy should assctt and
believe that leprosy is not contagious, anil
succeed in producing a general acquiescence
in this belief, the public fenrs would be lulled,
and persons would be less likely lo be careful
in keeping themselves from contagion. The
injury which such a course of conduct might
entail is untold.
Ihe above is just as true as it is
strong. The position of Mr. Gibson
as president of the board of health and
of Mr. Fitch as physician to the leper
hospital, etc., are the most important
in the government, antl their occupancy
by such men as the present incum
bents would have long since created a
revolt in any less apathetic community
O.nt. witOiDRi'.ADS Tiir. Mun.
Honolulu, September, id 1S83.
AyoTiir.it w.iii.vkv n:iir..
Ediior Saiurday Press Sir: I
read in ) our last week's paper of the
collapse of the water commission,
antl how the Honorable Kuihilani had
sent in bis resignation. I think it
showed gootl sense in him. Why could
not the others have done the same
thing? Why did not the deputy
sheriff resign ? I thought according to
the laws of this and any other country
that when a man was suspended from
office for any crime, tliat all the offices
were taken away from him till he was
proved either guilty or not guilty.
When this man was commissioner of
private ways antl water rights he put a
lencc aroundsoniclanri at ivlaalaiea Hay,
and fenced in the Iahaina ro.td, and
said he would like to sec any one tear
down his gate, thereby breaking the
very law he was paid lo enforce. Was
it not a shame to allow a leper to sit on
a bench ? I think I would never allow-
a leper to nettle any water rights for
111c. That man has wandered all over
Wailuku and thcic has never been any
thing said about it by the authorities,
Have the people on these islands no
shame, to let a leper go where he will
and never arrest him ? Why is it that
men arc allowed to hold so many post
tions and to receive pay for them all ?
Some of the men in office to-day on
these islands arc not fit to bold one
petty government billet. Take away
from these men all of their positions
but one and there will soon be plenty
01 mictions 01 uorsc.s ami carnages anu
fine furniture. Let the men (1 mean
white men more than the natives) make
a stand and demand their rights. I
know if they go the right way they can
get them. Let us have honest men in
office, and one man to an office, and if
an office holder commits any crime
while he is in office give him twice as
long a sentence as ou would a private
individual, and then it will learn the
others right from wrong. T. G.
Wailuku, September 55, 1883.
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mane Nx-itry !ll lie held at th V. M. C. A Hall,
comer HolefarHt AlaVea Greets, on Monday evening
Otto!r ir, at .wo'clocV. A full Attendim-eof mem.
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ation, Is earnestly requested, as buines of importance
mil come liefore the meeting.
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1 .v 0 " ST 1 t 1 1: s r n s v 1 t,
I'or ale hy
rill.O. II. DAVIrSftCO.,
Agents Pacific trrtiliing Co.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL
hoci.ty.-lhe ANNUAL .Ml.!'. 1 1 NO of this
Sxiety ill be heltl on
I'ridny. October lOtli,
at 7.30 pm.ai the HAWAIIAN 110 1 EL
J. S UTIIII,
161 jt Secretary.
POR THIRTY DAYS 1 1
r'miimoirfnr (in Mnmliin, Del. lit, INS.'I.
ciias. j. Visum, wiu. orn:it
Astounding BnrRnln In Millinery
Prior to the dernmire of MISS KMKICK for the
Slates, on the Mar!.!.!, leating here about October
13th, S3J, we uitl nnVe
A fJrnnif CltftritHcr Suit of JtllllHrru,
Tu male room for our extendve Mock, uhich till
be purchiseil by MISS EMKICK in per
son, and is to arrive here nbout
the middle of November.
Our REDUCTIONS are OENUINE, and need
only In 1 neen by careful buers to be
ar preci tied. Rcmnantt in all
Siecial attention iscdkd to the above announcement.
I'or VtttUly finr Low Vtlrvn trr cttmiot br
J.'xnllril In thin fill t
ItUto the INIKREST of EVERYIIODY to call
and Rec thee IIARGIANS, whether uidiing to buy
All t.oodt V.U1 be mailed in plain fibres and
tsTSUI.lt J Olt CASH M.vi.r.nu
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
!!1E LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE,
Cvrtur Pert and llattl Strtttt
It ranch Store :
Corner Mttxhant an t Nttuanu Street
ILL1NG1UM H CO..
PLOWS I PLOWS 1 plows:
To arriva hy Ihe "Henry Jimei" Irom New Vork
direct and by rail ia San Francltco.
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW.
ThU.lowU made "etlal!y for Sugar Plantation
and Ucoveredby Patent In the Hawaiian Kingdom.
DILLINCilAMlDOUDLE FURROW PLOW.
Also iieciallv adapted lo lujar iilantalUaK. Coered
by patent in the United States.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS,
Cutllnc from 3 Incite upward. An cntncly new
terlc nude from our own pattern la remedy defects
Ii) Lffittt b'trel I'low fur rice culture, ccond ploughing,
and cane cultivation.
Thca I'taw are alt made ty th original John
Deere Moliue I'low Woikt, the pioneer W'Mern
plJIt- manufactory and the Urgent uel low work la
th world. Fur the l'low of thU manufacture we are
A large tk of plow iX different manufacture and
patterns, at towcM rate.
HARROWS OF MPPr.KEKr tATIF.KNS
Cultivator and Hone Hft
0 Vole, How, Ox Gain
Trace Chain. Tupcul Chain
DilTercnitat Pulley 11UV
HARDWARF. FOR PLANTATION USE
Fodder Cutter, Com and HonIny Mill
fWdtn and Canal Harrow
$tudbaktr Wagons and Carriage
LUPRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY
Albany C) tinder Od and Compound
KERObKNE OIL, In quantities la tuU
Kfone Otl Stove
American and Enjclith paint and Od
Turpentine. Paint and Whitewash Hru-Jtr
VaUniifte'a and other VarniUve
Paper and Paper Dag.
Hwkaeu Eire EkinguLhcr
&HELF HARDWARE, SCALES
Houm Fumuiiiag (hju.1
tamp, CfcantULer, nd lantern
fdT New Gul cumiautly arrivtoj;.
We aim U keep everything rnjuj d la pur Jbc,
lo nil ai lw4i poUU prlc.
SATINS In eyery variety, to which we'call
the Attrntton cl the IJi ecnt1y
Mack SItks, aworieil;
CaUimtre Aiut Salem Ctntume(
Silk Metino Urulenhirtt and Gent Hose,
Gent' ami La.HeV Stlk HamjVcrchfeft,
AM ftemtlittfitil iliitB,
Satin Duchess MANTLE VELVET am!
tariieV White Muslin Toilet faiVtls. trimmed,
Genti' Dreeing (iown
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols.
French Kid Gloves.
Ivory nnd I'earl Iluttons,
Sl!pier Patterns, HrntAefs, and Groups, with
the tmterhl ready for nuking up,
Scotch am! Welsh Tweed.
IMginRS and I'm broidery,
'niompson'i Cotets In nil qualities.
IVkin Slrtiml Sitln ,
Colored Urocheand Serge,
Children's Sun I Ion nets,
Trimmed nnd unt rimmed Hats,
A great variety of Shawls,
New Stock of Kilbons,
TaieMry ami rich fringed Ladles1 Dolmans
In great variety,
And webeg to call attention toour FlU'SII S"10CK.
of OIL and WATKIt C0I.ORS,andahree assortment
of DRAWING MAlf.RIAL.
At Qumi tnut Klittf Street Stare
A New Line of CUTLHRV and HARDWARE,
all personal!) selected in Kuroe
mid the Sates
.JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
Importer nnd Dealer In
Cltandehers, IampH, Pendants, Bracket Limps;
i l.il...l-. C..t 'I..1. ..!-. f -.!!. I. ........
j tiiiiii ii) i'iuc ainjmi, iiumiiik iiifilc-,
nnd Police Liiiterns t Nurse. Pocket, and
Tabic Limns; Globes, Chimneys, Reflectors J
Lnmi noiucrs lor Fewing mactnnes.
SIOVLS AND RANGES Uncle Sam, Iluck'i
Patent, Richmond, Ka Moi,' ert, Osceola,
Hawaii, Aloha Almcda Mora.
RANGE Cooking capacity for 100
FRENCH KANCiES For restaurant, hotels and
private residences, with or without hirt water
WES'! KNHOLM'S IX L CUILERY;
A Tine nwrtnient ol labia;. Desert, and Tea
Knitcaiul Fork; Carvers nnd Steels with
iiliin ninl ortuimetital Iory handle ; also
'ocket Knives, Razor, Shear, ltutton hole
nnd Indies' S-isRors, Dread Knives, tcmiine
French Cook Knives, Hutcher and Kitchen
Iadies Work-stind llaskct ; Office, Lunch,
1-aundry ami .Market Itisket.
DOORM A'IS Assorted Ize and pattern.
Rogers Urother' nnd aMeriden Plating Work ;
water and Cream Pitcher Table, Desert,
and lea Knitre; Turk and Sioons, Siooii
Holders, Napkin Rings, Children hlues,
Pickle and Cruet Standi, Putter UowL,
11 nl Keccivcrs,
Fruil Stand, Preserve
Nickle mounted Tea Sets,
very neat and dcsiialle
UtcnsiU in large variety.
in part or whole,
; plam Cooking
Milk Pans, Pudding and liUInkHtattn, Milk
Hoilcr I Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds;
new pittern in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned Iron, from 3 pint
to 1 gallon.
Toilet Sets Tudet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake. Cash, and Knife Hose; Spittoon,
impiuors, umidrcns iravs.
Fairbanks Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline Plows, Shovels Siades, Hoe. Rakes,
Rice ami Manure Forks, Oo, Hoe fl-iudlcx,
Plow Handle and I team.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUT1ERS Three tes, tf,
l, iJJ, and adnch cut, an A 1 article.
Warranted lt grade New York standard,
and caruolwvd, H, 4', i, t(, 1, 3 inch
s. Hose, no)e and sprmklei, Jtc.
PLUMPER AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL!
Sheet Ixad, a to 14 Ib.iuare ftt; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast iron J Water Cloiets, Case
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copfier, clean and tinner,
U lo to 01, ; Httm Hiblrt, Rmin Sink,
buck and enameled: ditto Washuand
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE-K Inch; elbow,
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PI PE VICES, take J lo 3 nth pipe ; Mock and die.
cut f tu 3 Inch I
JUKI) CAGES-IurgeU variety In market, painted,
Utghti An I bras wire,
11AHY CARRIAGES. Ro) WhcclLurroM aivd Go
1UU' juvllyelhrated Fire and HurgUr ioul
brffrs. We keep in Uotk the largest nvwrt
rneitt of Safe to be found west of Cfcjifurnla.
Cut mailed upon apf'lKaiion,
(JELETTS ICE MACHINES;
Juv the tiling f. ir use on pUutallon where
steam li avaiLUe. Small tdt nuke ix lb,
tea In four hour ; srcothl sUc, 70 lb. In seven
hour. Cuts, with full direction fur wotklny,
loaded tsi)our address on application. We
are auihtidicsP to deliver iIksq machine
alongside at nukerV ikcs, adding wdy ct
vt arking -ca.se aM fielhtw
CUSTOM WORK of alt kinds In tin, comr, and
Uiect Iruil workiiuz attended 10. Wol...hop
rking attcnaJcil to. Woik-sitop
pver aorc. Work esccuted by coruricient
wurkmcii at rcauMtatle ).ice.
UEAVEK IILOCK. FORT STREET.
"NtmU. tbpene ttcr than ..tow Uu)I!ng'.an4
1 " WTDONT rOKOCT IT.ff iylf
npHE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
O. ENOUNO 4t Com
A. Si Smuum St., UttuluU II, .,
SoU .genu fc thcM I JaikU A full lio. of la.
sA l"itur4 Ut lim .am. aJap Ui Modi,
JOU WORK WOWITLY DONS
T M. OAT, JR. ft GO
f r3 5
Stationer unit Xeim liritlrrn,
HAWAIIAN OAZirTTK III.OCK, ; MHRCIIANT
Have jut received, et MatiioAa, a fine amtment of
Among which may tx found
NO IE PAPER,
It road and narrow, by the ream ; Mocked, or by quite.
, MEMORANDUM IU.OCKS, kct A&, Kc.
I.1.ANK HOOKS t
Full Hon ml,
Huund to pleitr.
HanVers' Urge, Hanker smnll,
In fait we hive Inkstand for all.
1-OST 01 HCE LtrriKR SCALES.
Carter' Combined Cop)inf and Writing,
in quarts, pint, ami ntlf pint.
CARTELS WRI UNO H.UID,
in quart, pint, half pint, And cune.
VIOLET. INK, quart, pints, hnlf pints, and cone
INDELIHLE INK, assorted.
ARNOLDS WRIIlNO FLUID,
In qmrU, pint, hitf pints, and cone.
STAFFORD'S, In qtnrtt and pints.
Fftyptitn Pel fumed Ink,
In qtntls, pint, half pints, nnd cone.
Perfect Muclhge Holtte,
MANN'S COPY HOOKS:
10 x is, full 1 Kiu ml and hilf bound,
10 x t4, full I mil ml am! half lund
Mann' Copjing P.ter.
PENS and HOLDER'S in great varieties,
Autoniitic Pencils, Coming Pencil,
Falwr ' Pencils, Dikons Pencils, kc,
DRAWING PAPF.R, phlnnnd mounted,
Manilla Detail Paper,
ENVELOPES: !$0aonr assorted.
Ph)ing Cards, round corner and plain.
MEMORANDU.M HOOKS, n hrgt variety,
Time Hooks, assorted,
Shipping 'I ngs, Tourist Tag.
INVITAIION PAPER, and Envelope to match.
Ihll Prognmme Cants, jxncili ami tassels,
LEVIER PRESSES, lirge and small,
Rubler Hands, all sires.
HASE HALLS and HATS,
Guide and Score Hooks.
IJ1R1HDAY CARDS POCKET KNIVES, and
many oilier articles too numerous to mention.
t-0. SUHSCRIPIIONS received for any foreign
jvipcr or Mazarine published nt any time. Alsn for nil
the Ixxral Paoers and Mairiiines. Seasides. HrtMik.
sides, Family Library, etc., nlwnou haml, and sje
ciai nuinuers sent lor to onier.
XA. SPECIAL ORDERS received for HOOKS, etc,
RED RUR11ER STAMP AGENCY,
and Agent for the Enc)clodia Hrinnmca.
tO. All Island order fdleil promptly, TH
J. M. OAT, Jr., and CO.,
ito-tf Gizette Hlock, 35 Merxh-int Street.
UTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given of the election of the follow
II.-A. Widemann President.
H. Waterhouse Vice President.
A. "jaecer Ircasurcr.
S. M, Dintoii ...Auditor
HOARD OF DlKZVrORS:
II A. Widemann,
A. J. Cattwrig.it,
I. II. Pat),
W Cm. Irwin,
J. A. Hopper,
NOTICE TO FORE.
In accordance with a power of sale contained in a
certain inortgigc made by William Enos. John Enos,
Hiinkinl Eikm, and Kaam (h) of Wailuku, Maul, to
William II. Cummiiis of said Wailuku. dated thr 101I1
day of March, a. tv. 1881, recorded in hler74,oii page
40-47.49. notice 1 nercuy given mat saiii morigagee
intends to fi.ieclose saidmortcice fur conditions bioken.
and uton snld foreclosure will hell at rmUio auction.
Tlie premie to be Mild are : Alt lint piece or iKfce of
land situateii at waikapu, laui, grameit 10 William
Mclnc, hy Royal Patent, No. 9775, L C A. 3o;
containing 545.100 acre.
W.M. II, lAJKNWl.M,
Agent for Mortgtgee.
John W, Knlui Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Wailuku, Aug. 31, a. it. 18S1. 159 31.
NOTICE. Hie Annual Mcelmif of llie Slock
liutilcnur tlie l'aciftc Sugar Mill, w III lie lielil on
hiuirilay, tlie nllr of OttoLer, nt 10 o'clock A. M , at
the office of V. A. Scluicfer 4 Co.
Honolulu, Se4. ij, 1883. fiecrelaly.
M. CARTER & CO.
S. M. CARTFK,
S. T. GHAHAM.
No. 82 KtnK Stroet, Honolulu,
KKTAU. DBACHKS IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
We would notify the puMic, and lioutelteepert III ar.
tlcular, tliat we keep oil tund and for late, luiiuanlille
to.uit purcliacr and at lawctt rules, fuel, a follow.:
IIAUI) ANU SOIT VOOI,
Cut any lnctlit;
N. S. W, NKWCAS-1 LP. COAI,
CKLKIIHA'IEU WEI.I.ING10.N MINK,
Obl'AKTUKU HAV COAL.
The ftlwve can lieonlcred liv 'leleplione or otherwlw.
and Immediate delivery guaranteed.
ClVn US A CALL.... Telephone, No. &
WK Al0 KtHf IN STOCK
HAV, OAlS-CalifomU ai.l New Zealand;
IIAIU.F.V Whole and ground i
WHEAT, COKN-Whole and cracVcd ;
1IKAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order the above through Telephone No. yi,
ANIl WK WAKBANT
Quick DUvrjr md FuU Wlht
ORDERS FROM 01IIEK ISINDS S0I.1CI1 Kll
free Delivery tu All I'artt "f t City.
RmuW, No. NX Kis Bti-Mt.
tLrno).K No. V'S- )
M K, J. W, YARNDLEV
Will give iiisliiutlona lo a limited number of pupil.
In VloUa-PUjuwr and
The Cujtlvatloo ol lb. Voice.
r.nmiinLrslinn. rslCtUltf lh aWf IMirl. Isft At
tlr. C, K. Williains' I'lano ami 1 urnuur. Sloe., I cle
,W Na.nir.-l.a'nas.;. M.. JjktkM
PiuTiit4, mNUr 4FIUh,
ON tMUMT MrTI-
If orden are .tl(d atuve.
WO oxiv Ieft4Ui Ut HwhJuui iiaMtMM"
U 0CV DeMlU
sua tuweesl ioM, s
lbs Isttsfa. De. Hsf
. 1. 1 . hwlbt 1
stsur's slafix Is Itwswcee) one.
tcaaUilous at Ihe ustvas of Pr.'
J. W. LRAK3, Uasist.
MOTKfcDuri bs ttrauonry islteaiafcMtiWt
Wamtsib, Atstjwt , .
CEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The New and Elegant Stcanwhlpt
MAUIPOSA mill ALAMKltA
Will lear. Honolulu ami San Franei.crt a. follow, t
MAtlm.A. Ilonotulii, Septemler loth- Noon
lAlroe .. , .San Iranclwo, Octolr t.t
MAatrtMA Honolulu, October 15th Noon
Auxin.. ...San Francico, October tjth
AuumiA .Honolulu, No.emt'er it Noon
ra.enj;er may have their names booked In ad.ance
by applvirot at the nlTice of the aent v
Mrrtlilh.lce Intended for shipment hy thl. liirf, will
be receivol free of Morase In Ihe comny'. new ware.
houe, anil recelM. L.uei! foe same. Insurance on
merchandise, whlM in the warehouse, will he at owners'
t WILLIAM tl. IRWIN ft Co., Agents.
pACIPIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
llie Splendid Steamship
WEIIIIKR . . .Commander
For Snn Frnnol.ro ' About Spt. !!3d
Passensers will plense call at the office of
133 II. HACKILI.I) LO.ARenH,
pOU SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
Tlie Splendid Steamship
virv or xnir vokk,
COItlt . .. Commanlei
WILL 1KAVR IIONnttatl
On or About. Snptnmbnr 110th
Wr nre now ptcioird tn Iiue tl.krtl ti San Pran
demand return for $i, th rounl lrl.
(mxhN for shipment er Mfimercnn now stored,
free of charge, In the fin proof warehouse near the
Kor freight or laagr. rtpply tt
134 II. HACKlKl.h ft Co, Agents.
TMR At CLIirRK DARUF,
ISLK Of ASUt.KSEA.
Qnlok Dlapntch for tho above) Port.
tSTVor FreiRht antl Passage, ha.Iue siifrtor accom
molition, apply to
160 0. W. MACr'AKLANi: Ca, ASent..
POU SAN IUANCISCO.
'Hie Fine Iters?
WM. a. ruwix,
Qnlok Diapntoh for tho nbova Port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
lf W. 0. 1 RWI N 4 Co , Agents
MEW YORK and
Honolulu Packet Lino.
. MESSRS. W II, CROSSMAN fc IIRO.,
77 AKH70 IlKOAtl STHHRT, NKW VOKK.
s Will ditutch n flrst'dass sessel
From Now York Direct to Honolulu.
in ail ncronFH
Parties desiring to ship( by this line will do well to
forward orders by this imil, nnd per .Mariposa.
1 561 r cas 1 1.1: a cooKK, arcuis.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINE Or STEAMERS. .
Huns re,(iilarly to KONA and KAU, at follows
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.I
Tuevtiy Octolcr 9
rridav ,, tu
'lucRtliy .. 30
L'...l. ' Vt "t
Itieliy .., Novemher ao
. .Oeccinlrer 11
iituvti .uTciiusirr y
Arrive at Honolulu at 5 i.in,
1 uevliy Octoler t6 1 usd y November 17
rnuay . 70 rnuay . uccemoer 7
luesday Novcuttwr 6 'luovhry . ,, 18
Friday , 16 rriday. a8
The V. Ml. Wthoj9
' Cameron (oninuruler. leaves Huuoiulu everv Mon
djyatsp.m. for NnuiIihiH, Koloa, Ktcele, and Wat
mm, Kauai. Returning leaven Nawihwdi every
The JamcH Jfakec
McDonald commander, leave Honolulu everv
Thursday, at 311.111. for Kapaa and Kilauea. Return
ing leaves Nauti every Monday at 4 i nt., and touin
ing at Waianae loth way. i6tjm.
-M1ARLES BREWER & Co.
37 NILtV aTMIRT, IIOSTON,
Adli.ST.H Of IIAIVAIJAX l'AVKKT.H,
ilrtiritil Voiiiiiimiltm AyeHl;
Special altrnlion elven to the purcliaslm; of Kouds fur
the Hawaiian trade, FreiKht at lowest rales. i
ac.ent roK th. roLLowiNO coasts;
GEN. islKOEU KAl.tj.NA, and
VIM 1 Reil with' While Hall OITic corner of
Queen ami Nuunu btreet.
tOR SAN FRANCISCO.
'. llltKUKIt (OMVA.SY, AvnilM.
Merchandise rwived Storage Free, and, liberal cash
advances made on shipments by this line.
1IMB TABLE FOR THE STBAMKR 0
KINO ., ,..,.. ..Mxsur
llils steamer will leave Honolulu each TUESDAY
at 4 r. M , Hatching at lalui'nu, Maalaca Hav, MaVeua,
Mahukona, Kawailac, Laubatijclv and Hllu.vJ
Returniiii; will touch at all lb. aluvt port., aiivlnl
at Honolulu each bU N DAY inosnlnr
o . WILDER & Co.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Tli undersigned hat receully tlleil up
In elegant sisle.lh. large roomy Cotla,. foriocily b.J
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street,
lyood the Commercial Hotel brtmlscs,
fur lit. jiurpoi of cunductui)e
A Miyarlor Tiwlglug Wswifi
TM nam. of this pleasant retreat It Im "WHITE
HOU.Sr." It cai.iwH U. suruasKd In tha klngclota tW
comturt and cleanliness,
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamental with shad. t;
Persona of respectability may alwayt U tur.M achur.
ful Iwma there, A inlbig-ronoi U rt roan foe lit. usv
veniev. of guests. A FEW MOKE ROOMS AfUt
MRS. J.T, WHITE, Plot!.
g-Many of our readers will rerMtaVr Un. WWt.
as proprietor of tha Ivtitlag tWsu. on (ort tsHM, t)4.
WUdug tlrf I'anthecj. SiaU.., stUsh sva hm4 fdttv.
lortaU. horn, under lr nusaaifMuvnl, hsjs
JOTICK,-Cg. G Uf, sowxifi-.ih. iUsc
111 arwl hts evsauwees. that b kaa rsMisW .-i-rtJ
iJW" lien el fcUKKjA MARKrrc7irSr
pr spares! tsi tupHy MoilsM at IM rssarkt eery isfW.
nuou frua 4 it 1 u'slk with Ml tw eai. . i,
IkOCAOEI) PLUkUEfi. all
1 a. as. atr.s.t.n lw rut isisst,
sm m fltUHUtlftUtAI Cg Bi leMW
tPnW uT sU TaH few 4
fered tu Wmlnrsilay, tst W