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A Hcw.rrr lNisr,.si Weekly
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OCTOnHH , iMj
Tin: r v f iwitvij' in: nm r.
Yht Sfiir Commlten, appointed
to unTMijpiie the .illpitinui of fraud
in the worVlnR of ths? treaty, hvr intuit?
thf ir rqwt to the tftnuMfy djttmt
at WnMnfton. At rW glance, to the
impirity HT ttikWts H w a furowhle
on. Tll ImpfMsJoii Is nhiahwri from
thr ArVnonlclgoiiirnt that no grounds
ctcd for the charge of imHntfltkitn
into be ilamU of nifpint ami rue
cTixxml to the Unites! Slater m
Hawaiian, ami the furtitrrarknowtiHtg
imnt that ugan now pttxlorctl heie
atr not dilrerent fritn those intcixletl
i.r mveml by the text of the treaty.
Vi far, so good Hut in th they cmiM
not k otherwise. It was Itecawne we
Uncw the injustice that wm leinp done
u that wc routtnl onVial investigation
in treaty matters ns ell m lflltor
tf fraud Hawaii now Mnmh lieforr the
woiltl fully vindicated of any attempt
thereat. 'I"he comniiskincrs.fmd that
we hae kept in faith the spirit and
letter of the treaty. This then ought
to I an effectual clincher to the
calumnies that linve been presented
agaimt u by the eastern refinery inter
ests and other enemies of the treaty.
Hut when congress next meets we hnc
tendon to helicc that the fight will lie
renewed and will Ive .scvcie, anti this
0llici.1l rejiort of jcrsonal investigation
on the Pacific const and at thoc
kljtuls it is feared, will have no little
jwmto bear in the matter. For this
reason wc exceedingly regret to sec
mischief lurking in this report, which,
on its face, purorts to be favorable.
While the comiiuoioncrs have lccn
frank and fair to strike the Iwsc charges
of fraud to the earth, they have not
!ecn fair as to several important points
brought out or ascertained indirectly
through their investigations. It is an
injustice to make the assertion that
"with a few exceptions, the business"
referring to sugar planting "is in
the hands of German and English citi
zens or ! lawaiians." 1 1 would not has e
been a difficult task for the commis
sioners to have ascertained the evict
member of Americans interested, and
the amount of their imestments in the
sugar industry of these islands. 'Hie
result would in all probability have
shown that instead of their lacing the
" few exceptions," sugar would show as
large if not a larger proportion of
Americans tlian any other enterprise
here except, pcrhaivs, the coasting trade,
liven though a number of planters are
Hawaiian, born of American parents,
the laws of the United States recognise
the majority of them as her subjects.
In the statement that " the benefit of
the duty remitted on rice goes almost
entirely to the Chinese, who, either by
purchase or lease of lands, have secured
control of rice cultivation," no allusion
is made of the important fact that the
advances made and the shipments of
the rice products of the islands, passes
aunost entirely through American
houses, and that but a small proortion
is exported by Chinese to get the full
" benefit of the duty remitted." It is
to be hoped that race prejudice will not
work an injustice to Hawaii in the
consideration of this subject, for there
is no one thing in the treaty that is more
to the direct benefit of the natives of
these islands than rice culture, fiom the
fact that rice lands are almost wholly
leased from the natives at high rates.
The figures generally given, relative to
the growth of trade since the treaty
went into otieration, do not tell the
whole story. It is a half truth that our
opjioncnts take and gladly twist to suit
their purposes. The treaty is not taking
out from Uncle Sam's coffers the
difference between his trade and ours,
or the difference of the rccctive
duties, but what difference does come
here largely finds its way kick in the
various channels of ship building, insur
ance, commissions, freights, tracl, etc.
'."hose are a few items not obtainable
from customhouse statistics, but which
arc important to the trade' considera
tions of many houses in San Francisco,
New York, lioston and Philadelphia.
On the first jiagc is reprinted from
the Popular Science Monthly a rtion
of a recent address by Charles Francis
Adams, Jr. ; a letter to the editor in
another column again calls attention
to the always important and ever pre
sent subject pf university education ;
while a .short local anie'e mentions the
new teachers recently selected for l'un
ahou and giics at least a stix.-rficial
idea of the new structure now so
nearly completed, 'lliesc and various
articles all lcar more or less directly
uim the greatest of all miblc ques
tions : " How shall the youth of the
Hawaiian Kingdom the hojw of the
nation be educated ? "
'Hie Planter" Monthly for October, a
full and interesting number, makes this
universal and timely application:
" Suavity of manner on the iiari of a
manager, and the going out of his way
tun, to inquire into small grievances,
ekX'ially in tlw case of new comer
who are not accustomed to the wa
and methods of plantation life, will
frequently prevent a jju'at deal 0f
trouble and expense."
'Hie cnia money-order convention
between this counts)' and the United
States was signed in Washington on the
nth ultimo. The move is in the line of
progress, as are the new st Ixixes soon
to.lc placed on the public streets. It
w o be hojd (hat ica! for the public
convenience will not cause the ot
nutter general to exceed his appropria
tion. Mr. F.Uood R. Tliixne, who pcnt
several montlt here this year, presum
ably in tlw interests of American sugar
tenners, lias proven himself a ju.t and
generous friend of the Ul.nuk jc
fcays he w in favor of keeping on with
the treaty. I lit cliaracicr and sound
business judgment ouht to have weight
with congress and with eastern refiners.
The Auditor-General U aulliority for
the statement that none of the money
mid to the government by OliiiuA:
HMmuraHtf'wlK came here seeking ein-
Moynfcnt during last Aihii, las been
pi4 foto the treasury, Where has it
yoM? IMaiW, please.
n- xr 01111:1111 :.
The attention of theattnrnev general,
J htfrim, having been called to the
"littl irregularity " in the Flelc'i
( haste family columns- of which men
tion was uwde by the Pre last week
that hrgli minded official, an proprietor
of the KMe, attempts to satisfy the
ends of justice by discharging its
editor. As tlmt pure-minded voting
man has recently lwen seen " in and
amrntd " the foreign otlh e, it is sug
gested that Mr. C'iWn, in hiscawuity
of minister of foreign affairs, intends to
still further iHinish the offender by feed
ing hftn on government wp.
lly the way it is coincident that
employment upon one or the other ol
Mr. Gibson's virtuous and vivacious
family journal is in the line of promo
tion to some office of ()Clty) preferment
in government cmtiloy. There Is a
hint in this for undcrid scribblers of
the naughty opposition. (,o to work
for the Advertiser, young fellows. Some
day you may each lie made a govern
ment spy or a (Iertmcnt tloorkecper.
The roads throughout the Kona Dis
trict, including the- Honolulu streets,
ate in picturesque illustration of what
Imd road making can on for a purhliud
and easy going eop1e- -too prosperous
to lie tenacious of their rights, and too
short-sighted to think very much about
it. " That II lie all right, you know."
The Advertiser takes considerable
credit to itself for telling the world that
the- Iwnd loys were not lepers. All the
other (Ktpcrs did the same. It would
lcuist as crcditahlc Tor the Advertisers
young nun, when he visits his friend
the butler before writing his gushing
descriptions of Houolulan residences,
to loast in public that he hadn't stolen
The Advertiser showed its enterprise
and accuracy in the account of last
1 hursdays entertainment by commend
ing as socially excellent the duct
which was not sung. -It showed also
its venom by insinuating that few of
the working class were present. As
scciricd in our local account, it was
unfortunate that the attendance was not
larger, jet one of the gentlemen who
distributed the singing looks counted
nearly one hundred and fifty of the
very class it was designed to reach.
Captain llradley did not return in
the Madras. The Advertiser explained
his absence by detailing acts.of alleged
brutality said to be informed by
Captain llradley. The Captain's state
ments deny the charges of brutality
and declare the truth will x indicate him
when enquiry is made at Hongkong.
Hut, of course, the "other side" was not
what the Advertise wanted
A "round hundred" is the charge
made by the government for the imi
tation of each Portuguese immigrant.
The Messrs. Hofinung & Co., have
contracted to bring in Portuguese for
$90 each. Planters, however, pay
$100. Who benefits by the extra as
sessment? Does it aid the improve
ment of I-anai mutton, or does it go to
encourage the laudable labors of the
Society for the Encouragement of Sons-in-law
The Flowerdew case is now in diplo
matic hands. It will be vastly funny if
.Mr. 1'lowerdcvrs case, which the erudite
am cautious ad interim declared to
have no legal leg to stand on, should be
" amicably settled," and the public be
bled to pay for a public convenience
that has not been made, because the
far-sighted ad interim would not let it
Mr. David Malo is said to have been
apK)inted to a teachership of an Eng
lish school in the liwa district. 1 hose
who know the morals of"this man natu
rally ask is this the liest the president of
the board ol education can do for the
inculcation of knowledge and morality
in the minds of the coming genera
tion? When the Fort Street School closed.
last July, the president of the board of
" cddicashun " made a speech to the
spectators and the kingdom, over the
heads of the children, in which he spoke
of the pupils of the public schools as
" the hope of the king and country."
If Mr. David Malo is to be made cus
todian of the nation's hoxr though in
never so small degree the nation's
hoe is leaning iqxin an exceedingly
"lie lia been to a great feast or languages,
and stolen all the ra," Ijrtt V Labor JmI.
Editor Saturday Pkkss Sir.
Touching the address of Mr. Charles
Francis -Adams, Jr., extracts of which
were published in your taper, I tliiok
it not out of place to lay U-fore your
readers one or two excerpts from a
man far more distinguished as thinker
and educator, than the author of the
Harvard address. He is, like Mr.
Adams, a college, or rather an un'mcr
sity man ; and, moreover, brought up
and educated in a country with far
more of the classical spirit than can be
found even at Harvard. I refer to Dr.
Alexander Hain, of the University of
Aberdeen. Mr. Hain is well-known as
one of the foremost thinkers on ab
stract and scculative subjects now liv
ing, and as an authority j so to ,S tak,
on educational topics as his many
able works on the latter duly attest. In
his work on "Education as a Science,"
he say: "It is claimed that the clas
sical languages train the mind as noth
ing else does. This argument
was not advanced when the dead lan
guage were useful in their character as
languages; either it was not felt in the
sixteenth u'lid seventieth or it was un
necessary, I1iat it is so much relied
on now, is tantamount to the surrender
of the previous arguments, or at least
suggests doubts as to their sufficiency.
It has that amotiut of vagueness about
it that would make a convenient shel
ter to a bad case. Wc must ask riccif
ically what the training contests in.
For one thing, there is abundant cm
ployinent given to the memory; but the
jirupcr word for this i not 'trained,'
hut 'extended.' A certain amount of
the plastic fotcc of the sj-stem is used
up, and is therefore not available for
other wrpoes. This U the cot of
the operation, for which we have to
show an equivalent in solid advantages.
Grammar exemplified in the
latin and Greek languages u partku
larly devoid of vubtiliy, utkil we come
to certain delicacies of syntax, as in the
lonitrtutioti of the tenses and moods
of the verb. Hie Jmrts of sccch are
assumed without any definition; they
are rccognucd hv the inflection test,
and not by their function in the sen
tenrcj being in this resort very difier
cut from what is found in English
grammar. This has been made an ar
gument for taking 1-itin before English-
the easy grammar before the ab
struse one. Hut the greater should
contain the less. If, at the proterage,
a pupil has mastered English grammar,
he has, in point of reasoning K)wcr,
gone a step beyond l.ntin or Oreck
grammar, and should therefore k re
lieved from further lalior for perfecting
his reasoning faculties in the grammati
To the argument the classics should
he-learned for the amount of informa
tion locked up in them, Dr. H.iin sajs.
"That the value of rt knowledge of the
classics, on the ground of the informa
tion exclusively contained in (ircck
and l.ntin authors, should decrease
steadily, was a necessary result of the
independent research of the last three
hundred years. The rate of decrease
has been accelerated during the last
century by the abundance of good
translations from the classics. In this
progressive decrease a point must be
reached when the cost of acquiring the
languages would be set against the re
siduum of valuable information still
locked up in them, and when the bal-
pnee would turn against their acquisi
The foregoing is its own best com
ment. M. M, S.
Honolulu, October 1, 1883.
- BREWER & CO.
OflVr for Sale the cargo or lite talis
Jttt nrrUfvi, the folbwin;; M of .MrrchinIie
IJiht rrf H'fffiiri,
IZfirmtaH Tvji firrnir
KKieos KXi: oth.
Common W'txnl Chair,
1'ine Battel Shook,
" , Soap,
lc Chests, No. 3f J, and 5,
, f , - Hoc Handle,
" LoUter, i.b,Tin,
Beans 3'h. 11ns
Spruce I tanks,
Hay Cutter Nov i, 2 arul 3,
A lie Crease,
iVlfrfifinA .Scalr,Xnt. 7, V, ,!, ttU?,
Cecttifufial Lining, 14 inches.
Coin iKr.it km Nails, iJJ inch and i Inch,
Manila Cordage, Assorted,
g Kxcekior Mttrevs,
4 Calv, Fence Staple:,
4 Farmer's (toilers, so and 2$ Calls
Sisal Rope, Assorted,
JVfoir Jlrtat Shmlhttty,
Kefined I run,
Annealed Fe net Wire,
Ga't, Scrcutand WaJ.rrs,
&&, ftc, A.C 163
.jvir aiciimi it
" Mirth DvJi," ' Malign,," , -iJ ojKOvl
" Mariiuu" ami oih"r vitxU.
1Llon Cattl Maltht, .
Ilort Shoe arvl Naif.
DOWN I'.RS an.) NOON lA Oil.
I.ub.Joil.u O'U of all He),,
Cut Nails all lifts
Clutch NaiU, all tli.s
Cuioo VV'ag in Latcs
4 m v llUckunitli'a ttcllowa.
- Xtp KUt ClocLi, '
llrmil Soap, In t ,
VVut Hanging IUnlrtlf.tr Kiasi
I rtt' llataallnn I let.
i Wb fiouu-nttl Sixlrl lluc,
l( Crrant Krttfrra.
l.an Uars ItA llnJ,
CaAt'a (jtnuiiM AnwAtag Dcnitnai
Ca&' Otauine AiiKMltaf Maibtm biritv
lUi a ihuuunj anUti In Ox llanUaraliiM Vay
!m tiilt. 0.4 Uy U "Vuun," mul tua.
Jlt aMr1Mnt U
Hull', Ml,, I ! u,, itrntkrr;
UTib aua HanJlM, IWamtaiJ i1m.
AB intw 0I U ruvul at lU vmtt Uuk Mm, U
1 I- O. IIAI.1. & M)N. limine
A BOUT mo BARRELS .
' SI.AVKKl 1.IMK,
lea mix, ' iv ttiu r
H. HACKtt) & Cn.
f.M.i in itiii.tmy 11,1 n:,
MS PAttrtv aim (lAiir i.r,
In X ami Jf lK
iVf Sal. hx
-J"i II. IIACKr-tiMl A O.
17 x -isun or ANOLitsnA,"
it gva.nr amb nm
is QfT air) ntm,
Ftr l by
! It. IIACKI'lliji S Qe.
ONE MKAL, it .t,r.
PIIOSPIIATn MKAL, to .tee,
(A r CM(irie)e or.VlMlrtta,)
CALirOUS'IA DONE MEAI. ami
, . bUfliW I'MOSPIIATB.
For Sale by
" H. IIACKrT.I.I) ft Co.
TNTERNAT10NAL S. S. LESSON EOOKS
An onlrr wall I rnrantl the taller pari nf lltii
momhlWa Mtpi.tyof llical.tc l.,lv Sumla) Stliool
TeMhen, or Mlifr tlntilnK n tiipply will .lce Mint
In iheir nrtlrr in lime lt tcitre ante for lletrntltrr ttl.
tritrtitton. Pailiea will pteawi lm ertfic a to llie
TIIOS. O, TIIKUM,
l&t-tm Toil Slltrl Store.
Hir. Honolulu Ikon works comi'anv
IIAVRON KANtt NfRLVrnMriKlK ANI
HT I'nr .Siilr 11 llrimnnnlilr I'rlrrn, till
I ComMnalton Galloway atltl Tut.til.ir Slrnm Holler,
J fret Ions liy 6 feel in tlitmeter ; I do. ilo. 19H feel
by 6 reef, i Raltoway IWter, )H feel long by 6 fret
in tliatnelrr. Al. for Sole, i OoihI Srren.1 Hand
Combination 'Ihitlrr, J fret lone by 6 feet In iliametrr,
wllh 70 feet of amoke alack, being in use four )ean,
almost a cooil at new,
.III Aiiift Hnllrrn, mifwfte, until? In twlrr
mi htnl untlcr, ttt Ihr
161. im HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
nit: srii.iii v.txi: ix AtisTit.it.r.i,
BY AKtU MACkAV
A new work on Sugar Cultivation and Manufacture
of practical utility for lbee lOand.
Por Sale by
i6.m TIIOS. G. THRUM.
TyJ O T 1 C E.
To wbom it may cotcefn.
Thit U to certify triAl the foowing named persons,
JULIUS NEWMAN residing at San Francisco, CaL
lOSLI'll NF.WMAN New-York City
itOSKb SAMUFI San Francisco, CaL, ani
IILN.NOSAMUKI...-. Honolulu, II.I.,
Haie enlered into n co-nartnertihip lor the purpose of
wholesaling jewelry in Honolulu, ban Francisco, and
.-sew totk, under me linn name and ame of tne
PACIFIC J CVVELKV COMPANY.
Dated, Honolulu, September 3, i83j.
161-41 I1F.NN0 SAMUEL
p X M'A D R A S.
IOOO Brigs best OrrtRon Flour.
25 Half-Barrels Culumbla River
Keceiedfor Sale lt
.VCKPHLD i CO.
nVTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street, Honolulu,
litrORTER AND DEALER IH
J'tiris, Attiiehmrnt, Oil unl stccmMortr,
ACFKT FOR THK
IJoward's Machine Needles, all kinds
Cor tjrell's bilk, in all colon and sires :
Barbour's Linen 'lliread,
Clark O, N. T, .Machine Cotton.
Mine. DtmortsCs Reltahtt Cut Vafr Pattern
I)caler in Kirtw,
tiUNh and .Scortino Coorw,
is MOT, I'tkWUKR, CAI-,
and Mktallic Carthiik...
KKilHHRSK HTOVHH, in all lr.
Sew Inc. Machine, I-txk and Gun-Hrfiairins itomptly
UICIHJCU IU. II
DALMER & THATCHER,
Pur Draft and CbaaBtovU.
AIWAV OM IIAMU.
A fall avuortment of PavUat SfMlloUtM
cicrr in triic.
St. Jacob's Oil,
Warner's Safe Car,
Angust Flower, Etc
a rmit tiK tic
Celluloid Truss aad
Hot Water Bate.
A SUI'KKIOH I-OT OF HAIIIINBM'ONOKS.
Vlt lll LAH.IAT t(KK ir
Ejre-tOlasses aad Sneutaoles
IN 1HK klnr.KjM.
TleJxw )f- HI lVt blleel.
A COMFOHTABLE HOME I
lb. under Jdtwd lu newly filled up
Inctrfaftuibr.lUlariitrowiirtiaef forateily l5
Utvit t tb ltutyi rslale, on Nuuaini Mitel,
utishw. i,w sMnoiereMj iiuci l.'riuisca,
A Mtaerie Loelejlae; Heaee.
Tl ntmm vt tl.U pleawu rrireat ! lU WHITK
IIOU.SK.'' It raiwut U xiriauul lu lU tld m (s
1 lit: GROUNDS AUK SPACIOUS
ami mmwmmoI wltkt JiaJe ;.ta.
Petwatu of le&relaUlilv suav altkas 1 uii.Af.dw..
ful borne ilaie. A tulUuAaria kttl apart tjr lU aw.
trritra1 A 'P J40kKT00ll) AKB
ALAN I, aMiMalarxyaiMMdccaK.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, l-iopridw.
air U.ny a... ....I :u . 1 u. WLb.
m HtM rf iaw Mtm( batu ' for4 nf, 4.
wtwaw im nuhtanauMM. tabklr hi awa e um
(aitaUi buaM lw4er 1
D O N It MEAL.
fi 61 bet fettiltrerl
ix i) it. 1 Xr 1 r 1 1: .s r it suit.
fVr l by
Tlli:0. II, t)AVIlMLU,
iti-'n Atenli I'aetnc r'ettlllrtnc (X
ROYAL HAWAIIAN AOUICUCTUKAL
Swt,-r,.,M! ANNUAL MKEIINO of IhU
tocttty win t litM en
IVIttny, Ontnlmr llllli,
at Mnpm.alib. HAWAIIAN IKiri'l.
J. S. Wllllll,
pOK TIIIHTY IJAYSII
Vnliimriirlnu 1111 Mnnililil, Orl, , IXHH.
CI IAS. J. nsiiuia WII.I. OI-I'KK
Atitnituilliii; Brircnlua in Mllllnnry
Pilirto the .Iquilnte of MISS F.MUICK for tbe
Ptnle, m the Mrtfljxiin, IfHvtrig liertt itUmt (Ktol-r
iyh, l883 r will make
.1 4 hut tt t Ulrttrtittet .Sat of Jlttthtrrih
To male room for our eklrmitc ttnek, wlticli will
n l purtUsed 1 MISS KM1IICK In r
son, ond Is to arrne heie abont
tlie middle of NovemVer.
Our KKIHiCIIONS nre CKNUINi:, and need
only to he seen Ijy careful lmjers to le
npirei!alcd. Kemnamf Jn all
lSrcul attention Is called to tlie nlx)e announcement.
htt Vttrirty ttmt J.mr I'rtcri ir rtiitmtt br
Exrrtlril In thin City t
It is to tlie fNlTUnST of UVKKVHODV to call
and see these UAKGIANS, whether wWiing to buy
All Goods will be marked in plain figures and
t$-MiM ran cash oxLwtx
CHAS. J. FISHEI
THE LEADING MILLINERY IIOUSF.,
Coriltr fori and lloltl SlreilJ.
llranch Store :
Corntr MtnhaHt aJ XuuanMStrtttft.
ILLINGIIAM & CO.. .,
. PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS!
To arrive by the "Hemy James" Irom New Vork
direct and by rail via San Francisco,
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOW,'
litis plow is made specially for Sugar Plantations
and is cohered by Patent In the Hawaiiin Kingdom,
DILLINGHAM DOUBLE FURROW PLOW,
AM specialty adapted to sugar plantation Covered
by patent In the United States.
DILLINGHAM RICE PLOWS,
Cutting from 5 Inches upwards. An entirely new
series made from our owifjatlerns to remedy defects
In Mgbl Steel Mows for rkc culture, second ploughing,
and cane cultivation.
Theve Plows are all niado by the original John
Peer. Molina Plow Works, th pioneer Western
plow manufactory and th largest steel plow wot I sin
the wuil-L Kor lite Plows of this manufacture wear
A large stock of plows of diflVrciit manufactures and
twicer ns, at lowest rates,
HARROWS OF MKr-T.RrlNT PAHKUNS
Cultivators nj Horsa Hoes
Ox Yules, (lows, Ot Chains
1 rv Chains, TeauCriAln
l)i(Tcrcnl(al Pulley Ukxks
HAKUWARi: FOR PLANTATION Uf.K
I'uiUrCullers, Corn and Hominy Mills
Gardrn and Cana lUrrows
HudcUilcr Wsgons ant Carriages
LUHRICATINO OILS A 8PIXIALTV
Albany C Under Oil iuU Con.jKMm-1
KKUOSl-;Ni: OIL, In quaraitUs to nih
Kcruscn Oil Stores
AnKrkan ani ICntiUh Paint and Odt
Tbr(KiuIWf Paint and Wl.iitw.t4i Hruaha
Valenllbt 't and Mhcr VaniUltes
Paper and IVjkt Hags.
MA0NKSOCAI.CH K SAKKS
l.tukncs Ktre Kallngulhr
Houmi FuniUliln OstuU
Ar, ChantUiiers and I MAmtu
ti' New (uh csisiantljr aitiilnj.
W al la Veep lhuu( ietiued In osir lines,
la mI at ( jnuiU. lcs
.) MLUIMJfAaf CO.
NOTrCB.-pi. W. l. MiALLISTKK. In an
mnuim lm L Btillrtlii il Si.nl ia. dJu. t
l i iwit IhtMUr W liuUstlsi bu U aU. u tl"
Ub fylwtd (sisl, klMfft U hiUf OMliMeKslu.U 6sMH
tU leuh.. lar. MeAMuiVa lUwi ( aiiiUlwi cm,
TW uum uU til wmk mm U tion at tU Ukm J 111.
'. "Hilfiai, . w .,
j, e. bnatu, aMtauMi.
UaSCKIPTIONSriMticJu all iWa U iiii.
lyjgJ liryfcJfaeMifyii k It
SATINS In titty Tariely, lo nWi we Mil
I lie atirntiAn M tlie l.lie esteiuly
niack Slltts, assMtetli
Cashmere and Saleen OsslumM,
fluk .Mettraj Un.leMtH and (Tent.1 1 lijse,
OcirrVntvJ Illw'fl Handt.rMrt,
AHiI hem-etne Itesl ditln.
Satin OucIicm MANTLIt VltLVItT mid
Udiei' Wlitie MtBltn'Poiltl fallen, ltlmnie.1,
(leitu" llretil)l !,
Silk Uniurrllai and I'arasnli,
Osiritli Pent here,
Prentlt Kid fltrtvee,
Irnrynnil Pent I lindane,
$lt,ir PnllertM, llrarcH, and ()rt,itis, ttti
lite nnletul renilyfur miktnK tti,
Scotch and Wetth Tweed.
I'tUing' And jrmhroiderjp,
'1 liomirsitn'a Corset In all ijtialTl'Iee, '
I'eUIrl Kltlitcsl Snlin ,
Culurctl Ilroslte ami Serte, i
ClitldrenV Sun llunnett,
Trimmed nnd tiittrinimrit Hals,
A greul tariclyuf SltawU,
New Slock nf HiMwtii,
Tutte Cos ere,
'Pastry nnd ris.h frlniesl Ladles' Dolmans
in great vatict).
And we lieg to call attention toottr KKKSH SI OC'K
ot OIL and WATUR COI.ORS,;tn,l:iUrKe atsititnienl
of DKAWINO MAI P.RIAI.
.11 Qilrrn mill ICIntl Slmt tflmr
A New Line of CUTLLUV and IIAHUWARK,
all pcraonall)' selected in Luro
and tlte Snles.
JOHN TIIOS. WATERHOUSE.
.. PORT STULET,
Importer and Dealer in
Chandeliers, I.atnpti, Pemlints, Ilraclet Ttmps;
O Tubular, Stile Tubular, Hoilinir. house,
nnd Police Lanterns; Nurse, Pucket, and
Table Limns ; Clotics, Chimneys, Rclleclori,
Iinip Holders fur sewing-machines.
STOVES AND UANOES Uncle Sam, Iluck
latent, Richmond, Ka Mo',' Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii, Aloha Ahneda Mora.
MISSISSIPPI RANOC-Cooking capacity for 100
FRr.NCH KANOI' For restaurants, hotels, and
private residences, with or without liot water
wnSTP.NHOLM'S IX L CUILKIIV:
A fine assortment or '1 able, I)esert, nndl'ca
KnUesond Potks: Cnrseraantl Steels, utth
Jlaln ntttl ontamental ivory handles ; also
Vcket Knises, Razors, Shear! llulton hole
...iu .mui.. .r.i.wj,., ..icrfi, ixtiivcs, Pennine
Ircnch Cook Knives, llulcher and kitchen
. Ladies' Work-stand Ilasket ; OlTlce, Lunch,
Laundry and .Market llaskcts.
DOORMATS Assorted sires and patteins.
SII.Vi:R.PI.ATr.D WARE !
Rogers llroiiers( ami Meriden Plating Works ;
ssater anu v.reatn l-i.'ners: table, Desert,
and Tea Knisee; Forks anil Stoonc, Spoon
Holders. Natikln Uitlil. ('htlilren'e lll...
Pickle and Cruel Stands, Puller Howls,
.Card Ueieivcrs, Fruit Stands, Preserve
AOATP. WARE :
Nlckle-ntounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
very neat and ilesitahle ; plain Cooking
Utensils in large variety.
STAM PED '1 1 N WAK L i
auiK( i-ans, ruumng anu plain llaslns. Milk
(toilers i Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Moulds;
new patterns In Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from 3 pinl
'loilet Sett, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake( Cosh, and Knife Hoses; Spittoons,
Cuspidors, Children's 1 rays,
Fairbanks' Plat for 111, Counter, and Kitchen
Mohne Plows, Shotelt, Sades, Hoes. Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Host Handles,
Plow Handles and Hcaius.
ICE CHESTS and UEFRIOF.RATOUS.
IIALDWIN FODDER CUTIEKS-Three sires, i,
1, 1)1, and i-hicli cm, an A 1 ankle.
WeliMed best grades New itlk slandaid,
and caihollied, Hi )', t, itf. i, a Wh
SI Hose, norsles on. epiiuklcrs, d.c
PLUMPER AND '1INSMIIIIS MATERIALi
Sheet Uad, to 11 lbs, siiuare foot ; Soil Pipe,
lead and cast Iron J Water Chnels, Cases
mm.-. , onccs .wptier, viean ami linneu,
II Islam; Hosst llibbs, (mln: .Sinks,
I.Ik and enameled! iluto'Waslistands
bhcit Zinc; Soft Solder, oftr own make,
0AI.VAN1ZKI1 (RON PIPf-W losiiKh.-slhosss,
T teduccn, plugs, bushing.
PIPF. VICI'.lak. Klo j!mhJ! slocks ami die.,
cuts H to 1 liuli pii-c
IIIKI1 CAOES-Uriresi rarlety In nurket, painted,
bright, an 1 brass wire.
IIAHV CARRIAKKS, Hoy,' W net lUirows and iUr
AUINT 10 It
Hall's Juult-ctlclntril Fits and llurv lar in.af
111 .juMisteicirarii rirstanu liurgiaf piuti
Safes. We keep In stuck the tarcett assott
nienl 1 Sale lu b found west of California
lllt. m.ttl lil-..n .lu.ll. -i,r.n
w... . ,.... .I... n.-.n .,.n
OELirrPS ICE MACHINES!
Just th thing fur use on pUnlailoiu when
strain is available, fintill li luikts 1 j ll.
tea la four hours t second sie. 70 II. in xtni
hoots. Cuts, wllh full ditcltUu for wwktng,
luailtd let )ostr addresis on apoticallon. We
aie autlivrwsl to ileliser ilusa dimIiIoo
olong.iil. at makers' kcs, a-hlnig uily ml
ul u.kiiig-taM ami lieighls.
CUSIOM WORK of all kinds in tin, CMinrVaftd
slteciiiori woikiug attended to. Hol-liiii
over store. Wuik escculed hy coniMlent
sttekineii at rcisouable uUre,
HEAVER III.OCK, 10KP .VIKKin-,
" Nimble sliemsi Utter than a slow shilling "-and
HT DONT FOIIOET IT, jtt i If
npilE "SUiPERIOR" STOVE.
O. KMQUNQ Cev,
AV. J, jVawen St., .. If, .,
SsJeatwlifjrihsuse IJaJklt. A full Iws of lU
ad HatstMst tW Mm aasM altvy U ittettt.
JO WORK PU)IKILV DOHt"
T M. OAT, JR. A 00
Iftiitlnnrrii mill Xrii' Ih-ulrrn,
HAWAIIAN OAZtri'l li III.OCK, s; MEIlCHAN'r
lUt6uit rrtehrsl.rf Mrtif(M. A fin nsstntrnent bf
Amons; whtth may tit fml
lln'astl and narrow, by the ream I Hoiked, ne ly iptlie.
.MI1.M0HANDUM III.OCKS, A, , 4e.
IHwNK HOOKS 1
llostmt tft please,
Hankers' Isrge, Hankers' small,
In fast wt hsva Inkstands for all,
POSP OFFICE Liri'lER SCALES.
Csttri's Ce.inl.lii.il Copymit and Willing,
In rptails, inls, nndlislf pints.
CA It'll'. IPS WKIIINII FLU 1 1 1,
In rtttaits, pints, half pints, and rimes.
VIOLET INK, quarts, pints, half pints, anil ctmes
INDIXIIII.E INK, nssotted.
AHNfll.DS WRIIINd FLUID,
In quilts, pints, half pints, antt cones,
STAITOItD'.S, In iitians ami pints.
Eg)pltan Prrfutnett Ink.
In rijuatts, pints, half pints, and rimes.
Peifetl Mttrllage llotlle.
MANN'S COl'V HOOKS I
to a it, full hound and half Cnttntl,
in x 11, full Ikmiih! ami half lotirtd
Matin's Coplng Pa.er.
PENS ami IIOLDEICS In great varieties,
Attlonisllc Pencils, Cop) Ing Pencils,
Fnlier's Penrili, Ilitune PeiKJIs, Ac
HRAWINO PAPER, plain ami mourned,
Manilla Hetnll Paier.
ENVEI.OPP.S I 150,101 assorted.
Placing Cards, runnd corner and plain.
MEMORANDUM HOOKS, a large variety,
'lime Hooks, assorted,
Shipping Tags, Tourist Tags.
INVITATION PAPER, and Envelopes lo match.
Iltll Programme Cards, pencils and lassels,
I.EPIER PRP.SSF.S, large and small,
Rnbtier Hands, all sies.
HASE HAI.I.S and IIA'IS,
Uiildes and Score Hooks.
HIRIIIDAV CRDP, POCKET KNIVES, and
many oilier articles too numerous to mention.
TO. SUIISCKIITIONS received for any foreign
Jajier or Magirine published at anytime. Also for all
the !,im.-.iI Papers and Magazines, Seasides, llrook.
sides, Family Library, etc., always on hand, and sie.
rial numbers sent for lu order,
ttt. SPECIAL ORDERS received f..r HOOKS, eic.
RED RUIIHER STAMP AOENCV,
and Agents for the Encyclojietlla llrilannica.
Th). All Island orders filled promptly. Is
J. M. OAT, Jr., and CO.,
loo-tf O.vrtle lllock, 35 Melchant Street,
UTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Notice Is Vrchy given of th election of the follow
inj; officers ft
II. A, Widcmann President.
II. Wnlcr house Vice I'reMdeiit.
A. Jaeger ..Secretary.
A jaeger Treasurer.
S. M. Damon ..........Auditor.
HOARD OF DIKKCTOiiS:
H. A. Widcmann, II. Watfrhoust.
A. I. Cart wright, XV 0. Irwin.
I. II. Paty, J. A. Hor,
159 4 Secretary.
NOTICE. Tlie Annual Meeting; of the Stock
holders of the Pacific Sugar Mill, will h held 011
aaiuma), tne nth 01 wctoifcr.at to o clock a. m. at
the olhce oT K. A. Schaefcr & Co.
Honolulu. Sept. 13. 1883. hecretaiy.
O M. CARTER & CO:
K. SI. CARTFfr,
s. r, r.uallAsi.
Ne. 82 Kinc Stroot, Honolaln.
RKTA1L IiBAl RRS IN
FIREWOOD, COAL, AND FEED
t Wc would notify the public, and housekeepers iu par
Itcuhr. lhal u-e keen on hand and for sale, in Quantities
to suit purchasers ami at lowest rates, fuel, as follows:
HAH.) AND SOFT WOOD,
rCut any Lengths ;
N.S. W. NEWCASTLE COAL,
SCO! CI! COAL, and the
CELEBRATED WE1.LIN0T0N MINE,
DEPARTURE HAV COAL, '
The above can be ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and Immediate delivery guaranteed. s,
GIVE US A CAL! Telephone, No. joj
s WE ALSO KLBI IN STOCK
HAV, OATS-CahfornU and New Zealand;
HARLEV Whole and ground 1
WHEAT, CORN-AVhole nnd cracked ;
HRAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order lite above through Telephone No, 305,
AND UK WAKHANT
Qniok Delivery asmd FnU Weight
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery to All Parts of the Cily.
ReateiaW, No. 82 KIbr Street.
TrtRrtioNK o, ioj. IJ7
MR. J, V. VARNDLEV
Will give instiudtom lu a limited number of pupils
In Vlolin-Ptaylnir and
The Cultivation of th Vole,
Conilnunlcalhilis lesis.llntf il,e .biiv. inav 1 Ufl al
Mr, C- li. Willums lV.no and Fuiitiluie Sluie. lel.s
plum, rsu, 70; Air. 1. ti. jfirum. Mtre, Iclcplton.
No. i; ami at th. Resldetmof lit. Vaindley, No, 10
PUiM TmaeeV aessalreU aasl PeUtvaatl,
(JN ftHOir HOT Kit,
If ordr ar addr4Md at aluvt.
OOKSI BOOKS! HOOKS I
The Mawallaa I.laaas a4 ttw Faelsse,
SOUK lir WHKIt A.H
Klll' 'tl.VIAII KlMKAMIIM,..... .(VoluoSSH
A Tw lis Hawaii,., , ,HUs
A JtHi's-uss- Kwsu lit Wiut(i wis,),.. ...Slixp-ui
Otn JW.S.4L in th l'Aiirit,,,,,,,,i41y.WiUwi
Sis Momiha ti Sakshshh lsi.sktM1,,Mit.lAiid
Tn PoLVHSAlAll KAf(sv4-s).. .,.,,.,.,. FsMd
Lirs o Ln?v a, Tmi Mtmtt,
JSSVW' lll.TO.VHr 1HK IIawaIUU IsXANM,
HawsiisU AlmahaC aku AkUALa,i,,...,iei-iM4
Hawaihh Fw,,. ,..,,,,.,,,. ,,, ,. K.IU
Hswaiun Cui. f.raaal. 0
rs vali asr
pOR" SAN FRANCISCO,
Th. Splendid Hark
. V. MtrilUAY,
UNiirxmnii , ,,, , Mailer,
Cliilflk DUpaleh for trie Attorn Port
For freight or s, npjjf 10
its T. A. SCHAEFER A Cn, Agents.
COR IIONOKONd oinncT.
'IU fin. CITpJoi Italic
ma nrit a ihtrts,
H ill have drtl(h (m ike alios .irl on or about the
IVr frrtght or passage, apply It)
Ottoier 4lh, iHj ij-)(
QCHANIC STnAMSIIII' COMPANY,
'I1t New and Elegant Steamships
MAIlirOfiA unit A I, AM EDA
Will leave Honolulu ami Kan Frantlscd as follows 1
Mahtha San Francisco, OctuUr isi
MasiiiMa Iloii'-lidu, October rjlh-Noon
AmmisIia ....San FianrlKti, OrtoUr ttlh
Al-AM'iiA Ilonolithi, No.emUr ill-No.m
Passengers may hate their names hooked In odvanc.
oy ailying at the olitcc of the agenls,
.Merchatidlsit Intended for shlpmtnt by this line, will
lie received free nf storage In lU tomany's new ware.
h.ntse, and receipts Issuett fiif same. Insurance On
merchandise, whilst In th. warehouse, will tie at owners'
'ijj WILLIAM 0. IRWIN ft Or., Agenls.
pACIPIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Ihe Sptemltd Slramshlp
VITV Ol ' SYliSKY,
DEARHORN ' Master
For Snn Francisco About Oct. 21st
Passengers will please call at the office of
i It. IIACKFEI.D .It CO., Agenls.
pOR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
The S lf ml Id St fa m ship
(MIL IKAVR 11111.01.(11.1
On or Abont October 28th
We ore now piesired 10 Issue ll.kels In San Fmn'
Cisco nnd rcluni for $15, the round trip.
CoinIs Tur shipment per steamer can now lie stored,
free of clutrge, in the fite-iroof warchotue near the
For freight or passage, apply to
St I! IIACKFEI.D ft Co., Agents.
MEW YORK and
Honolulu Packet Line.
MIISSUS. V. II. GROSSMAN IIRO.,
77 ANI79 HHOAIIHTBrTKT, KTW 0K.
Will ilitjvitch a fmtcUM ew
Froth Now York Direct to Honolnlw,
IN ALL OCTOHPK,
Iartie deirinc to )i!p lyildlin will di well to
forward order hv thU ntatl. pnd ixr Mnriinu,
156-lf CAS'l LI-. U COOKi;. Agent.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
MNH OF STEAMKUS.
Hates ...? .,... Commt.J
Will run regularly for KONA and M3,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.c
Friday . ,
. November 9
Tuemlay. . . . NoemWr to
Friday ..... , 30
'I ueMJay, , . ..Decembcf 11
Friday ........ M at
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m.
I Tuesday .... November y
1 1 way LeceraUer t
Tuesday M th
ruday ,', B
The V. 11. JlMiop,
Cameron commander, leavet Honolulu every Mon
... .. ...... ,. ktu.ii:..:i: l..i... li i ... tt.
day at 5p.m. for Nawdiwili, Koloa, Lleeie, and Wal
A r,uu ,v
rvauau Keturiitc ieac nawiiiwtit every
The tfftmes Muhce,
mcuonaiu conimarxitr. ieate nonuiuiu every
lltursday. at 3 i.m, for Kkjua and Kilauea. Return
inx Uavet Kauai ever)' Monday al 4 p.m.t and touch
ife m iismim iiuiii sr.4s.ja, luirjuii
-slIARLES BREWER & Co.
tj Kilkv SianiT, IIoston,
AIIKXTS Ot' HAWAIIAN i'AVKKTH.
Ilrnrnil Commlmtioii AyrHtw.
Siecial atlenlioii gitcn lo the piirchasiiur of goods fur
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. t
ACKNT rOK Till fOLUJWING COAT
(JEN. SIEO.EL, KAI.UNA, and
11 jC. I-Red with Whit. IUII. Or&csi Corner o(
Queen, and Nuuanu rtirect.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
V. HHKWKH CtWVAXr, Ayrnl.
McrihandiM recclml Storage Free, and liberal tata
advances liud on shipments by this hnc.j
ylME TABLE FOR TH8 STBAMIfl
KLNO,.,,. ,., ,,,,, .,, ,,,, .. ,,Uaslsi
'lids steamer will lease Honolulu each TUKSDAV
at ir.u,, touchlna a Larulua, alaoUea Iksy, Makinl,
Malmkoru, Kawatltae, jtuiarKwlio.aad llilo.
Krluminn will touch ul aft Ihe alms, ports SnlsblS
al llooululu each SUNHAV tnuinlng.
tos. WILDKKA Co,
BROCADED FLUSHES, all shades iw) rtf)sa4
at A. l, Mkl.l.lb' tos rati siret. ,y,
oaamHsKri an vaiiii
Nu. js quuh Hr.'sr, llottonnr,
HUi.snltn CotvL lioo.
Otk, Ata. Utmkm
- Ci.i iinly lf na asaj.
susraM rssa sajy
lea, Ml. saatar
&Ada& . u.
II r, ,.
.. u ' i. j . - zx4ui&n
r,m. v ' .