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rigidly adhered to.
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the other Islands will always be thankfully received
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not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is acting In good faith.
OCTOBER it, 1883
Tlic voyage of llie Nlnllo i told at lenglh
on llic first iwge.
Tlie llulletin appeared n an enlarged ami
improve,! form last Monday,
The Atlvefttr lias lieen purchase! by
Mi-sr. II. T. Matfarlanc and J, S. Welili.
Mr Hubert I .ore, of (he Nutianu Mreet steam
tnltry, ilied al his rciridcnce last Wednesday,
Messr. I.ycan, Ilucli.in.in Sc I lagan succeed
to llic limine of McMrs, I.ycan Sc Johnson?
There hate lieen an eclipse of the moon ami
nn carltnin1r tills week. The earthquake oc
enrnd ot 5. 52 p. M. last Monday,
The sodi water business of Palmer Sc
Thacher was not iwil.l to llcnson, Smith A Co.,
lint will Ik" ronlinued by the old firm.
The Nursery of the Church, at the morn
ing hour, and Science and the lliblc, In the
evening will be Mr. Cruan's themes Sunday.
At the Y, M. C. A. Hall Sunday afternoon,
at 1 o'clock, Itcv. Mr. Wallace will conduct
the services. A cordial imitation Is extended.
A proof corrector, without fear of the .wrath
to come, made the world-famous Ik Marvel
read J. K. Marvel In a first page article this
At 10 A. M. to-morrow high mass will be
celebrated at the lloman Catholic Cathedral,
at which time a sermon will be preached In
Doctor I lagan has been paving'ilearly for
his too early liveliness after his accident some
weeks ago, hiv-1-ruiscd knee having caused him
The new United States-Hawaiian ixistal
treaty is said to be tlieonlyoncon record signed
by Imtli the chief magistrates of two contract
Colonel and Mrs. Sprcckcls, Hon. II. A.
Widcman, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. I'annlcc, Mrs.
A. II. Haley, and Mr. Clarence Macfarlanc
were passengers on llic outgoing Mariposa.
Stock raisers on the other islands, as well as
the ranchers of Oahu, owe it to themselves to
remember that on the 22nd Instant Mr. Kotlin
P. Saxc will return from ATBTTplia on the City
' of Sidney having In charge a herd of valuable
beef cattle, a portion of which will be at the
disposal of local buyers.
It is gratifying to be able to state that Her
Majesty, fJuccn-Dowager Knitiia, has entirely
recovered from the painful and somewhat
dangerous illness with which she was .suddenly
sc-ircd on Tuesday evening, last. Her .Majesty
had dined, by special invitation, with Mrs. C.
K. Ilishop on the afternoon of the same da)-.
One of those unfortunate accidents which
sometimes will happen in the best regulated
newspaper offices resulted last week in the ex
clusion from these columns of an item almut
the meeting of the Hawaiian Mission Chil
dren's society and of another alwul the memorial
service at l'ort Street Church to the memory,
the late K, O. Hall.
A meeting of those Interested in forming a
live slock association met at the armory yester
day muniing, Hon. A. 1'. Judd presided,
nnd Mr. J. I Dow-celt, Jr., was secretary. A
committee comKsed of Messrs. C. II. Judd,
Cecil I trow 11 and J, I. Dowsetl, Jr., was in
structed to draft a constitution and by-laws and
to riport four weeks fiom next Monday.
Messrs. II. M. Demon, George V. Smith, and
David McCartney, Jr., the two latter lately
111 the employ of llollister & Co. have pur
chased the drug business of Palmer &
Thatcher. The special qualifications, energy,
and long experience of Messrs. McCartney
and Smith, as well as the natural urbanity of
disposition of all three, should make their linn
The Mechanics' 1'iutcctivc Union has elected
the following olllccrs : Messrs. G. Daniclwitz,
president ; John Marchant and D. M. Crow
ley, vice-presidents j George Cavcnagh, secre
tary ; Max Kohin, treasurer, J. 11. Murray,
teigranl-at-arni j ami Messrs. Crowley, Mur
ray, Mever, Marchant and Sherman, executive
committee. The membership is at present
aliout fifty three. The organization will in
The band played last Thursday night at the
hotel in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Daggett. It
will play there for. the public enjoyment to
night. The programme for this afternoon at
ttninu square will bet
Match -.Kanvcke .....Parlow,
llsciturc Mlsiiessorthe House Supiw,
Selection " LriLuii"
Chorus Itirouac, (new), ,
Pull a--first tlrp
The ImiuI will play at the square Monday
On Sunday last, a native named Nia,
white tiding at Kahlilii In company with four
oilier natives, nil of whom had lieen drinking,
was tlnown from his horse by the breaking
of a stiirup. At the lime lie complained of
lieing hurt, but mounted his horse again, left
the company, and rode towards town. Two or
lluec hours subsequently, he was found dead
under a tree neat the quarantine houses built
by the Pooh association, at Puhala. His
body was amyeval to the station-house, and
on Monday an examination was held by the
coroner, Mr. Dajton, Doctor Trosscau, who
was called, thought that death had icsultcd
fiom inteinal liemonhage, caused by the break
ing of llitev rili and consequent pciforalion
or the left lung.
No sigi)s of the SiuiUn fiom New York.
The (iei m Jo liaik Fm'Jiich may be looked
for hourly from Hongkong,
Th Iiiter-islaml Steam Navigation Com
pan)' steamer Camilla is fully due from San
The new steamer l'lankr for the I, S. N.
Co., fiom San liaiiciscu is coming in as wc
go-to pi est.
The Mail Company's City of S)dney will be
slue fiom the colonies Monday morning, en
toute to San Francisco.
Iuk out for the new Oceanic Steamship
Coiupjii)' steamer Alameda from San t-'raii-cisco
on Monday forenoon.
The schooner Mololo lost an tnctioi and
chain this week at 'he Reciprocity Sugar Mill
landing, IU114, Maui, duiing a tiMvy swirll.
'The nrUoo s saves.! by jtlig go Mother
llrr Ittrlittiti I'ttrltf,
"Dost ihmh, tietanse thou art virtuous, there .hall J
he no more cakes and atef
The little princes Victoria Kaiularti Cleg-'
horn was eight years old last Tuenlsy.
No matter whether on" licliere In the divine
tight of kingi or ho, one need wit I a churl,
and llie veriest curmudgeon in all ( hristendom
must have melted into affability bad he lieen
present nt the lillput levee she held oil that
happy occasion. I'or the little princess and
her playmates hail a time that was royal only
In lieintr royally jolly, and formal In nothing
save its delightful Informality.
There was a dancing room fitted ujj, for the
little ones, and all the band boys were under
the great banyan to pipe for them to dance.
Ami If they did not care to dance, there was
lavish wealth of lawn to romp upon, and no
end of scats and chairs and benches to sit upon,
and hammocks here and there, and little bits
of tangled wilderness that invited hide and
seek, and all the too brief afternoon there
was an cxhatistlcss cornucopia of good things
to cat and good things to drink, from which
'to fill their little holds" as ilelightful David
Dixid hath il.
Who does not love a pretty girl - little or
big is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils.
There were many pretty little girls nnd not a
few pretty big ones present last Tuesday
which is a compliment as honest in intent as
it is equivocal In form!
"When llie merry lulls ring round
Ami the Jocund rebeck sound
lo many n ymilh, and many a mild,
Dancing In llie tlteajuer'd snide ;
And )oung and old ctime forth to play
On a sunshine holiday,
till IlK livelong davlight fail."
Alack! there wcru no 1 checks, and all the
bells had an e before the final letter; but
melody, bluff baccalaureate, our own dear
llergcr, was there; and if the lassies did not
dance it was because the lads were too elderly,
ilr too portly, or too dignified, or'loo bashful,
or too lazy. So all the pretty girls did was to
look pretty and eat.
llut then every body did his or her share of
that. Only a few modest youth like Hon.
Paul Ncuman and Mr. Philatelist llronn nnd
the writer- kept quietly in the rear rank of
trenchermen; each content with a few plates
of chicken salad, a dozen or two sandwiches,
some edible algae, some crip chopped pigling,
some poi, some cakes and some ginger ale.
McCartney & Co. 'a ginger ale.
King Kalakaua, Chief Justice Judd, the
American Minister, the British Commissioner,
the chamberlain, the vie: chamberlain, the
register of public deeds, the police judge,
many merchants, a brigade of department
clerks, several dowagers, many matrons, more
young wives, still more young misses and small
boys and little girls no end.
If Cynicus was therc.he did not obtrude his
sullen visage all was mirth and cheer and
The occasion was one not likely soon to be
forgotten by the lit tie ones, or by their elders,
Spacious and admirably ordered grounds, the
feast, the children's frolic, the young people's
fun all these were enjoyable; but, without
the hospitable attentions of the host and
hostess, there would have been something
lacking which was not lacking.
The little princess received many presents
and many congratulations. Her best welfare
has no more sincere well-wisher than the Satur
A 7f,n'ri- ItiitmtHrtlrt,
Some time ago there appeared in one of the
Honolulu pacrs a charming little romance
from real life rejaling the course of ardent and
lender love. Nuptials and happy prospects
of a modern Jacob and Rachel, the'former a
fireman on a Portuguese emigrant steamer, and
the latter a most filial and blooming southern
maiden for whose sake Jacob had sacrificed all
his distant and hazy hopes of promotion.
This pretty story has so won a reader's heart
that the w ritcr has follow cd up the thread of it to
secure the sequel and now finds the happy pair
located on one of the plantations on the breezy
slopes of windward Hawaii, where Jacob fills
the somewhat prosaic msilion of night-watch
man. During the day while Jacob seeks re
Hise the ever faithful Rachel sits beside his
couch and cools his heated brow, and soothes
his fevered dreams or busies herself with child
like happiness about her simple household du
ties, daintily stirring the simmering bioth,
adding now and then with chubby fingers
pinch of salt or a bit of garlic, or iilav fully pat
ting the soft white dough and wondering what
he will say alout her bread.
What matter to the brightness of the sky
that it occasionally darkens and thunders?
That gives zest to fine weather. What
matter that there are terrible domestic
thunder storms when the broth proves to lie a
liquid salt-mine, and the bread as heavy as
hallast ami sour as acetic acid. She gently
shies the former al hU head and the latter out
the window, where it falls to the lot of a dys
peptic, ill-favourciniorsc, who eals but once
and never comes again.
At night they sit under the Ijalmy sky and
burning stars on llie mill steps, thinking of the
clearer sky and brighter stars of the distant
San Miguel, or they wander about by the
light of a dingy lantern among llic Intricacies
of pipes and pans, 'startled at their own shad
ows and catching every now and then the un
certain sound ol devils in the pipes as they
crack and groan in the cooling. How pit
eously she cling to him and how bravely he
assures her that It is nothing and that she I
a little goose to get scared, while all the time
there are cold chills running dow n his luck, and
he finally makes a sudden break for the ojien
air, tumbling over a shovel or two on the way,
one may imagine from their own experience.
The modem Jacob and Rachel long may
happiness flit round their door,
I rrlrbrntrtl i'umr,"
The suit of Hi Majesty, et al., against Mr.
Samuel Parker, for the recovery of some land
in the district of Kau, granted by the late prin
ces Kcclikotani, which w to luvebccn tried
at this term of court, has been withdrawn. A
brief outline of the history of this case may
not prove uninteresting to the general reader,
at it is one of some local cehbrity. Some
)cars since the land In question, together with
some other lands in various place was deeded
for the "consideration" of "love and affection"
by Kcclikolanl lo the late Prince Mieohoku,
brother to the king, ho dleJ before ihcgrantor.
After his death the land wassold for a
valuable consideration by Kcclikolanl to Mr,
Samuel 1'aikcr, and at Kcclikolaui's death
Mrs. Charles K. ilishop was apio!nted by ill
a her residuary legatee. The heir of U-lcio-hoku,
who were the king and his sisters,
claimed the land in question, as also the sev
eral other large and valuable tract which were
deeded to lekIohoku, and it therefore de
volved oil Mr. Ilishop and her husband lode
fend the warranty of Kcclikolanl to Mr.
Samuel I'arket in the above named suit.
This was a test case to establish the legal right,
or olherwise, of the heirs of Ulciohoku to the
land, and would have afforded a precedent if
tried by which to locale the legal ownership of
all the land claimed ty the helit of Uleiohoku
under deed. All further litigation has now
Ixcn ut an end to by the surrender by the
plainlilT of their right lo the lot on Kmuu
street, ami of the ,nj f Kahillpoli nui, pur
dustd by Mr. 1'orker, Mr. and Mis. litthnn
yiiing up, In return, all their claim to several
Urge ahupuii i4id paving the ptaimi the
turn of Sjo.oqq ui coia.
Tin: I'l.txrnns' ur.r.rtwi.
rrnemtlnt nf Ihf Ttltr Mf'a .SrjtWni,.
Planter's I.iNir and Supply Company has
held its third annual meeting during the week.
The company was called together at, the
armory and mustered a small attendance but a
Urge rmnilicr of share representations-1 (,865
out of 16,955. 'n l',c aWncc of President '..
S, Spaulding, Vice-President P. C. J ones, Jr.,
presided, the following twenty eight gentlemen
answering to the roll calls '.. P. Adams, P, C.
JoncsJr.,Ch.irlc5Notlcy,T. Kay, C. Koclling
W. O. Smith, A. Unna, W. II. Ulckard, l-'.A.
Schaefer, T. II. Davie, K. II. Atkins,
J. II. Atherton, S. II. Dole, It. Hal-
stead, O. II. Dole, II. P. llatdwin, W. II. f
Ilailey, Is. A. Macfie, J. Hackfcld, II. M.
Whitney, J. Thompson, G. C. Williams, G,
N. Wilcox, J. N. Wright, J. II. Paly, C.
Klnncrsly, and W. Macrtcns.
In calling the meeting loonier the chairman
Colonel Spalding, president of this society.
lieing absent, it devolves upon me, as vice pre
sident, 10 open our annual meeting tms year.
During tligjiast year llic Trustees have had
many meetings, thirty six in all, nnd much of
their time has been taken up in the interests of
the society. While wc have not lieen successful
in some of our efforts as wc had hoped, it has
liccn through no fault of the trustees, who I
feel have done all In their xjwcr for the good
of this association. Some of our friends have
felt that the trustees have not done their duty
in securing talior from among the large number
of Chinese arrived here last spring. 'I he whole
mailer was placed In the handiof the secretary;
but there was a combination among the Chinese
which was successful on their part, and every
attempt made by us lo compromise with them
was fairly defeated. A full account will bo
given by the secretary In his report to you,
The expenditures during the ast year as
will be ccn by the Treasurer's rciiorl have been
unusually large. A large outlay has been made
In fitting out the brig Hasard for a supply of
labor, nil of which will be returned
on her arrival, whether successful or not.
You will ut doubt have a committee aii
Kintcd to look into the details of expendit
ures, as it wilt not be advisable to take time
in reading off a long array of figures when
matters of more Importance will occupy jour
valuable time. T he-cnmmillec will no doubt
be able to satisfy you that all expenditures,
have been made wholly in the interests ol the
society. I will not tresspass longer as much
work has to be done and many long and valu
able reports lo be presented.
Reading the secretary's report was the next
business of importance. Through the courtesy
of the Gazette, it appears in full in the sup
plement. The rciort was approved and or
dered printed immediately for the information
of members. The treasurer and the chairmen
of the various co minittccs asked until the fol
lowing day to prepare reports.
Pending the preparation and reading of the
regular reports, Mr. Knelling, from the com
mittee on manufacture of sugar, read a brief
but exceedingly interesting paper on The
Some remarks by Mr. W. O. Smith, touch
ing the tenure of labor contracts with minors,
provoked considerable discussion. It was held
that the recent decision of Judge Judd iithe
case of one of the German minor-laborers from
Kauai, might affect the validity of every con
tract made with minors or with their guar
dians. The general sentiment of the meeting
seemed to be that as the planters had paid for
the passage of these minors, the planters ought
tp be reimbursed for the passage money mis
takenly paid, or else be allowed to continue
the minors at work for the terms of service
represented by their contracts. Mr. Jones
thought that the delay In giving the agents
contracts was at the root of the difficulty, and
that il every planter or agent knew just on
what terms he was taking each man, nnd
all that the contracts showed almut each
man, much of the danger would be obviated.
Mr. Atherton thought it was impossible to have
all the contracts delivered at once because of
llie time taken in examining them although
he agreed that there was cause of complaint.
A proposition to confer with the board of
immigration was not carried.
St COM) t)AV TUESDAY.
Treasurer I'aty's rejiort was as follows :
,83, Octolier 14 To balance brought for.
uard, Itishop k Co , . $9,56700
1SS2, Oclnl.r 30 1st assessment 71 co
l2Bj, Januar)- Net proceeds oj sale at
auction, soyage scluioiier Julia , 137 95
and assessment... l3,sos 83
ird as-metit 11,700 50
133,3, JaifnSry 7i I'roportio.i of cost of Immi
grants per Julia, say 94 at $111.73 each
llacl,rId .VCo.,4 $4,53o5i
In, 111 ik Co., 15 1,67580
Macfjilane & Co., 6 .. .!.... 07033
Davirs &Co , 7 , 783 04
fichaeler iul., ao... 9,334 40
iaillc b loose, s.. . ; 55s to 10,501 ca
'lases refunded by Ilishop Sc Co., and in
Cattle & Coot.e, 3
Lases refunded by
eluded in lieu of an interest.
an interest 131
Travelling esjtcnses, printing, procuring
and publishing repoit, etc............. 37,037 81
Kchts, stationeryAnd Incidental 9,7 16
i-iaaiers mommy .,.... 70435
Schooner Julia 6,iaj (7
Hrij Uasard 13,016 53
Secretary's salary and clerical semccs... 1,165 13
uaiance uue iiisuop io....... o.tsit 40
In the mailer of the Hazard your secretary's reiiort,
has explained the fait that all the expenditures nude
v ill bo rctsilJ uixiii the return of that vei-l. under .1
formal cuarantrv fiitcit by the several plantations
.......... :.. 11 ..i.. -in.!- . :- ... . , .1 1
,E,i,a ,1, .iuiiu.tiiii. .in it.iamcc ,a a, wicm:im uctti
by .Messrs. IU-1iop & Co. to secure the overdraftscauscd
by that venture,
John II. I'atv,
Honolulu, October 16, 1833.
A committee of the following gentlemen
Messrs. C. R. Ilishop, George Dole and A.
Unna were appointed to examine the report,
which was formally accepted by the meeting.
Messrs. Whitney, Williams and Atherton
were ap)K)iutcil tellers and the election of
trustees for the ensuing year proceeded with,
which resulted a follows ;
Messrs. II. K. Glade, II. P. llaldwin, G.
II. V.lcox, P. C. Jones, S. U. Dole, W. O.
Smith, J. 11. Atherton, W. II. Ilailey, R,
IlaHlead, '.. S. Spaulding, A. Unna, A. S.
Hart well anil J. II, Soper the order of men
tion indicating the greater or less number of
votes cast for each.
An Interesting report on Labor was rcatl by
Mr. W. O. Smith in the absence of Mr. S. T.
Alexander. The rcort was accepted with
A discussion Uon Chinese labor then en
sued ; Messrs. Ilailey, llaldwin, Da lis, June,,
Rickard, Smith and Unna 'took part.
.Messrs. nancy, navies ami unna were
named a committee to confer with' the govern
ment In regard to arrangement to be nude
.with the Chinee government as to the intro
duction of laUircrs It being the sense of the
meeting that there ought to be a definite ar
rangement by which all Chinese introduced
into the country ought lo come under contract,
a fair proportion of women being brought wilh
them; all the unmarried men who refusal to
ie-conract, lieing sent back to China at the
expense of that country,
A discussion of how lo solve the problem of
day lalorcr" resulted In the appointment
of a committee of five, Messrs. Wilcox, Hal.
stead, llaldwin, Atkins and Rickard were ap
pointed lo draw up recommendation for the
suggestion or guidance of the company. The
good ctrecled by organization in Kauai was in
stanced a a possible solution of the day lalmr
difficulty, while other speaker believed it
would lie impossible to form similar organiza
tions on the larger island U-cause of llie diff
erence in local and climatic conditions.
Mr, II. I', llaldwin, for the commiltee on
machinery, read an interesting report which
was recti, cd, with thanks.
The following officers were elected by (he
Z. S. Spalding, president ; S. 1). Dole,
ice-president 1 V. O, .Smith, ecrctary 5 P,
C, June, treasurer j J. U. Atherton, auditor,
Vicc-1 i-dsistcal Dole took (be chair in the
afli rnoon, the fir-l businc-s transa. ted being a
vote of thanks to llie retiring trusbi-s and offi
c.-rs. Mr. Rowell, on behalf of Mr. Whitney,
read the report of the committer on cultivation
a report entirely his own work. It was re
ceived with thanks.
CaptaiiwMist, In the al-scnce of Mr. Cart-
wright, chairman of the committee on Reel
prbcity, reail the report which was received
The committee on Forestry read reports by
Messrs. C. R. Ilishop, S. II. Dole, I.. II. Pur
vis ami Mr. Langcr forester ol the Mhue Plan
tation. The various reports were received wilh
thanks and orderexl prtnlctl In a condemn!
TIIIRII I1AV WF.D.NESIlAV.
Consideration of the forestry reports called
forth much interesting discussion. Mr. W. II.
Ilailey spoke of the leek tree as possibly use
ful on these Islands, one of that species now-
growing at Wailuku. Mr. G. C. Williams
thoaghl that laws compelling the planting of
trees ought to be enforced. He said that
cucalvptus trees thrived better than other kinds
at Sprecklesvillc. Mr. llaldwin, "in support
ing Mr. William's views, ofiercd the following
NtiohvJ that the trustees be Instructed lo
endeavor to secure proper legislation for the
protection of our forests and the encourage
ment of tree planting.
In speaking of the eucalyptus, Mr. Hal-
stead stated I hat llic eucalyptus was highly
combustible. Mr, Rickard spoke or the rapid
decrease of the llainal.ua forests, lie said,
further, that he had been encouraged by the
results of tree planting In his district.
Mr. R. A. Macfie, Jr., from the committee
on Manufacture of Sugar, read a vohininious
and highly Interesting report, in the courfc of
which he took strong grounds in favor of ex
periments lo determine the value of llic ilifTu
sion process. The reort was excepted with
The ndvislbilily of granulating molasses in
the vacuum pan was the subject of an interest
ing discussion. Granulating it tip to a certain
density was said to lie Mr. J, D. Sprcckcls
idea or the best method. Mr. llaldwin stated
that he grained only first sugar in the pan, and
boiled second and third sugats to "proof. '
Mr. Koeling agrcctl with Mr, llaldwin.
Mr. Rickard spoke of "mud presses" as
being in successful use at the works under his
charge. Mr. Ilishop said that they had been
discontinued at Mhue, Hanamaulu and Koloa
plantations. He slated, however, that Mr.
Paul Iscnbcrg had purchased some new presses
of German manufacture which were expected
to give good results.
Mr. George Dole related-his experience in
cleaning juice after it had Jicen reduced to a
certain density in llie pan, anil ald that he
had obtained Ihc very best results from the pro
cess which he had learned from the experi
ence of a Peruvian gentleman.
At the afternoon session Mcssis. Dole and
Smith s)ke In Tavor of the Uicbcnstcin press.
Mr. G. C. Williams spoke of the great dis
crepances in the yield of sugar per gallon
mentioned in the report on Manufacture of
Sugar. Mr. Macfie said that he could not ac
count, for the discrepancies, having merely
given the figures forwarded him from tie vari
Mr. J. Tucker, who was recently in Jamaica,
said (in brief) thai the sugar estates there are
small, producing crops ranging from seventy to
seven hundred hogsheads a year. Most of the
estates manufacture rum as well as sugar,
which is made from skimmings and refuse, the
nun costing about as mucluas it can be sold
for. The "Laliaina" cane is not yet grown
in Jamaica, but will soon be introduced. Cane
jields an average or two tons an acre ror plant
cane and half a ton less for raloons. Jamaica
planters claim that some estates haveratlooncd
fields continuously for thirty years, though this
seems to have been done by replanting in
spots. The Jamaica mills arc of the three toll
kind, generally small, and driven by water
power chiefly. Most of the plantations seem
neglected. Coolie labor Is employed, the
negroes not working at all. The speaker said
a good won, for llie mongoose, saying that at
one time it was estimated that ihc damage lo
crops by rats tliere, in one ycarr amounted to
$500,000. Mr. Tucker's remarks received a
vole of thanks.
Mr. Klnncrsly spoke of the need of a pub
lished lis( of the vaiietics or sugar cane grown
on these islands.
Messrs. Ilishop, Unna and George Dole re
ported that they hail found the treasurer's re
port correct. Ami their findings were accepted
by llie company. .
Mr. Rickartl presented the report of the
committee on transportation which was re
ceived with thanks. Mr. Williams said the
pcimanent track at Spreckclsville cost $4,500
a mile. The figures given in regard to cost of
cane earning by wire tramway were criticised
as misleading. Mr. J. M. Homer spoke of
the economical transportation of cane by sleds
at Mr. Notley's Hamakua plantation. Mr.
George 11. Dole said that the Kcalia wire
tramway supplied cane equal to fifteen tons a
day, when in good order, Mr, Williams sai,
the Spreckclsville tramways arc now being laid
75 feet apart. A field of 2,000 acres on that
plantation is now leased to Chinese to cultivate,
on condition that the tracks shall be 75 feet
IOUKTII DAV THURSDAY.
The shares represented at Thursday s session
were 10,742 with a smaller number of Indi
vidual members present than at any previous
meeting. One gentleman spike of ihc inaccu
racy of the AdvcrtUer's rciwit. Another
gentleman himself a quasi-reportcr said that
reporters who were admitted by courtesy ought
to make accurate reports. Still another gentle
man said that while mistakes were annoying,
errois were natural, as reporters could not be
expected to understand the details of sugar
agriculture or sugar manufacture.
Mr, Davies asked whether the stock or re
signed incmUrs was assessable. Vice-Presi
dent Dole r plied that a committee or the
trustees would report on that matter at an
e trly day.
The rcjiorl or the committee on Fertilizers
and Seed Cany was read by its chairman, Mr,
Williams, and was accompanied by letters
froty Mr. . Austin, ,lr, Reinhardl, Mr. Soper,
Mr. E. IWiml, Mr. G, R. Kwart.'Mr. R. Hal.
stead, Mr. Koeling, Mr. G. II. Dole, Mr,
Ilailey, Mr, W. 11. Cornwell, Mr. Rickard,
Mr, S. U Austin and Mr. K. 0. Hitchcock.
This teiit provoked an interesting discussion
for Ihe details of which there is, unfortunately,
Il being thesense of ihc in-ting that a chem
ist at once scientific and practical oupht 10 U-
engagoit.Mr. Unna ollercd the following reso
lutionwhich was unanimously adopted; 9
AVAwA-that the trustees lie Instructed (o
engage the service of a cunqiclciit chemist, a
""' i.vuviv ilia sstii ISC IU UC UllUcr
me iiirectioii 01 tne lioam ol trustee.
Mr. Ilailey read an inlcresting report from
the committee on live stock. It wo accepted
with thanks. The report recommended the
passage of laws for the improvement and pro
tection f live stock similar lo some of ihe
statute of Wtviiuing Territory in the United
State. Mr, George Dole offered a resolution
which was unanimously adopted as follow!
A'twhwl. That the committee on l.uULa
lion be In.tructcd to lake into, corvtidcratHiti the
matter of recommending to ihe coming legla
lature such law as have tcn quoted in ibe
ICpuil UU HVC MOCK.
The special committees on the diffusion pri
cess, on conference with the government aliout
Chinese Immigration and on the employment
and regulation of day lalnrcrs, wereallonrd
further time and requested lo report tn the
An exceedingly interesting discussion on the
labor question ensued, in the course of which
the difficulties of the situation were dwelt
upon. A fuller reiwrt will lie printed In the
Planters' Monthly, which will also print the
various written reports made during the session.
Vice-President Dole nnnounced the follow
ing standing committees! Ualior-Jonathan
Austin, W. 0. Smith, G. N. Wilcox, J. M.
Horner, James Woods; Cultivation U. C.
Williams, Wm. I.ydgate, A. II. Smith, C.
Nollcy, J. II. Soper) Machinery W, It.
Howell, W. II. Rickard, R. R. Hinds, James
Rcnton, II, V. Glade; legislation W. R.
Castle, W. W. Hall, J. H. Paty.J. II. Ather
ton, P. C. Jones, Jr.; Rcciprocity-i:. P.
Adams, I'. A. Schaefer. II. M. Vhln,..v. If
P. llaldwin, II. W. Mist; Transportation-!!.
I'. Ihldwin, S. I.. Austin, .. S. Spilding, C.
I". Hart. II. Turton; Manufacture of Sugar--R.
A. Macfie, Jr., A. Ilancburg, C. Koclling,
II. I'. llaMnln, K. C. Ilond; I.lveSlock-W.
II. Ilailey, J. I,. Richardson, J. N. Wright,
j II. Cornwell, II. I-'. Dillingham; lorcstrv
C. K. Ilishop, W. dl. Purvis. C. I-, linn.
ilailey, J. K. Smith, C. Nollcy, R. llal-
stead, S. II. Dole; fertilizers' nnd Seed Cane
G. N. Wilcox, G. II. Dole, R. DalsIcad.T.
J. Ilayscldcn, S. I Austin; Varieties of
Cane T. II. Davies, C. Klnncrslcy, A. Unna,
A. h. Wilcox, W. II. Ilailey; Stallsticv-W.
O. Smith, P, C. Jones, Jr., T. II. Davies, C.
M. Cooke, II. 1 . Glade, J. II. Atherton.
Il was moved ihat the Planter's Monthly be
continued another year, and n unanimous vote
of thanks was tendered Its editor.
"The "country members" invited the "city
members" to a luncheon nt the Hawaiian
Hotel elsewhere reported.
The meeting then adjourned tine Hit.
ri,r i'. .. v. A.
At the regular monthly meeting ofvthc V.
M. C. A. on Thursday evening last little was
done beyond hearing reports ol committees.
The Chinese woik as reported lo be in a very
sitislactnry condition, Ihc Chinese churches in
tliis city and at Kohala being now nearly self
supporting. The committee on Sunday after
noon services reported successful inauguration
through the earnest efforts of Mr. Cruzan.
Arrangements had been made with Rev. Mr.
allacc to conduct next Sunday's (lo-morrow's)
services. The employment committee stated
that there were many more applicants for posi
tions lhan there were vacancies reported, and
one of the difficulties met with was that they
were men who professed willingness to do any
thing, hut were not capable for places of re
sponsibility. Mr. P. C. Jones reported hav
ing slatted another book-keeping class, with
twenty attendants. Next Tuesday evening an
ice-cream festival will be given to raise funds
to complete the alterations of ihe building,
and on Thursday of the week follow ing another
temperance entertainment will be given.
It is gratifying to llie promoters of the
V. M, C. A. entertainments to learn that their
recent effort to supply a recreative hour for the
lalioring classes or this city, was appreciated
by a " packed house." Since then the w riter
has made note or the expressions and views or
people thereon. It is a nard truth that every
body cannot be satisfied, and perhaps the
truest truth that has been expressed was that
the programme was long enough to be tedious.
In a tropic clime a long service, ever so
pleasant, tasks ones endurance, especially in a
crowded hall ; and the more so as. the class ol
entertainment is above the appreciation of the
majority. At Ihe period referred to, while
excellent as a whole, the expressions of a num
ber arc to the effect that it was loo "high
art" to be considered popular. The rendition
of classical music, either vocal or instrumental,
is not such ns the masses really enjoy. Expert
piano or violin players, i; is feared, make mis
takes often by their public rendition of pieces
from " Ihe masters " noted for brilliancy of
execution and harmonics in discord, rather
than for popularity in their melody. This is
all very well for those educated to it, and even
th y, nn the principle that "a little nonsense
now and then is relished by the best or men,"
would appreciate the occasional relaxation firom
classic to popular and humorous tines.
The writer would not for a moment depre
cate the effort that has b;en made, nor take
any credit from the good people who '"con
tributed to .so enjoyable an evening ; but he
hopes, for the success of their self-sacrificing
effoits, that ihey will not pitch their scale too
high. The expression has been made nt
various limes: that Honolulu concerts were only
for certain ears not for the jieoplc. llut there
is certainly too little attention given to render
ing such Kpular for the masses, Ami if this
view is held by many to whom the "classics,"
both in music and literature, are familiar, what
can lie expected from Ihe laboring class?
O.nr of Tumi,
The new stone chimney for the Kapaa mill,
Kauai, is nearly finished.
Mr. and Mrs. Stackpolc left Kohala last
week, it is said for good, to go to California.
The ladies of the Kngllsh church, Kohala,
will hold n fancy fair during the last week of
The Roman Catholic Portuguese of Wai
luku are expecting Father Gubtan of Kohala
to settle amongjhi-m.
Niulii, Kohala, reports the rainfall at that
place for September to be 76-100. Rather
dry this for young cane.
A church sociable wa held on the evening
of the 4U1 instant in Kohala at llie house of
Mr Dyer, and ihe attendance was very good.
The Laupahoshoc Sugar Company having
just finished their fine new mill at Kainilahi
laid qre now making extensive improvement
on the old one at l-aupahoehoc. They are
pulling in a new mill engine, and gcarinf,
and a vacuum pan of large sire and latest de
sign. An excited bullock attacked a Chinaman
in Kohala, and tore off one of his ears, be
side giving him an ugly dig in the rib. After
king cleaned up by Dr. Ilond, he thought
some Chinese medicine would improve mat.
tcr, and wa found the ncx( day loaded with
a mess of jKiultice of. hit 0 11 make.
Hamakua has now its tragedy ami tmstery.
The body of a well known Chinaman ha iiecu
found dead In (he IjoHqiii of the Kalopa gulch,
not far from I'aauhau, ami within a few feet
ol Ihe government road. There are mark of
violence, and evidence llut the body must
have lieen I) lug there somejla)'. No solution
ha Men offered a yet.
On Tuesday, the 9th, thirty acre or more
of cane belonging lo Mr. K)nnerly, Kohala,
and two or three acres belonging to a China
man, were accidentally burned by taking fire
fiom another field lhat wa being cleared. In
Ihc excitement of cutting a passage through
the held to stop the fire, Mr. Geo. Kenton cut
liiuvvclf acioat the knee-pan .with tv cane
knife, and did not UUcov ft Ihe seiiou nature;
of the Injury unlit afterward. Fortunately,
howcv.r, ihekn-.an wa not severed, and be
Ilrrliirneltif In tmnrhrvn.
The "country memliers'of the Planters'
Idlior and Supply Company stole a march
upon their not less cordially hospitable but
more preoccupied city brethren by inviting
them to luncheon at the Hawaiian Hotel on
the afternoon of Thursday last. Host Kassett
or the hotel had Irecn informed at nlmut
eleven that he was expected to pinvide a
luncheon for eighty guests to be ready at two.
The portly caterer's countcncncc fell six
inches in six second at this stupendous an
nouncement. He w-as, however, equal to Ihe
occasion, nnd, by sending several minions in
several directions and making one or two
spctlil trips himself, the luncheon was ready
for the lunchers al Ihe hour set, at which time
Ihe hosts or the occasion and their guests sal
down to a well spread Iward. set with aliout
one half more covers than were used.
The following twenty-eight gentlemen were
present: Messrs. James T. I la) seldcn, Charles
Nollcy, George. Wilcox, Julius Richardson,
Cnpt. II. W. Mist, A. Unna, Clu'ile
Koclling, II. W, Schmidt, W.' K. Rowell, T.
II. Davies, J, Tucker, J. M. Horner, John
Paly, George Dole, R. A. Macfie, Jr., W. II.
Iliiley, Henry llaldwin, P. C. Jones, Jr.,
Henry Halstead, S. II. Dole, G. C. Williams',
W. 0, Smith, John Wright, J. S. Webb, J. It.
Atherton, J. II. Iluckland, Krank Godfrey and
R. S. Smith.
Mr. Williams had been chosen lo preside;
at his right s-it Mr. S. 11, Dole, at that gentle
man's right Mr. Halstead; at Mr. William's
left sat Mr. W. O. Smith, at that gentleman's
left Mr. Atherton. The tables were arranged
in llie form or a T, Ihc gentlemen just alivc
mentioned occupying seats on Ihc outer edge
of the lop portion of the T, Ihc others present
occupying seals on lxith side or the longer
After black coffee and cigars had been
brought on, Mr, Williams arose and made
some fclicitioiis remarks appropriate to the
chairman's' office, and then spoke earnestly of
the vital need or unflagging attention, to Ihc
objects or the planters' organization. lie
hoped that next )car there would be more foil
and more definite reports from the various
committees. He urged the necessity of keep
ing up wilh the times. "When men know it
all, they begin to go behind," he said ; and in
stanced the experience of nn old sug-ir lioiler
who once totd him ; "The first year I thought
I knew it all. The second year I found out I
didn't know anything. And I've been learn
ing ever since." "Investigation is life." said
Mr. Yjlliams. "The more investigation the
greater the results."
Mr. S. II. Dole felt strongly the ncctl or
combination. It was necessary for intellectual
as well ns agricultural and business interests,
b:cause without frequent meetings and the inter
change or ideas men were too-likely to liccomc
selfishly content lo follow their ow n good solely.
Men whose interests arc shut up within nar
row communities sometimes liccomc like mon
gcese and prey upon each other.
Mr. Davies said that he knew he should be
called upon to speak because Mr. Jones had
said: "You have been asked that you may
talk pretty, and I to show the rest how lo cat."
Mr. Davies said further thai he had been im
pressed with the amount of original thought
and intelligent research which had lieen
brought to Ihe discussion of the topics so re
cently before them. This was '"the first re
sult of the diffusion process" the diffusion of
the common stock of fresh IdcOs and accurate
Mr. Jones said lhat when he made an ex
tempore speech he generally took half a day to
it, but on this occasion he should be brief.
He had enjojed the meetings and had been
benefitted by them. As to (he convival occa
sion for which they were gathered, the country
members had forestalled the city members
who meant to wipe out a portion of the in
debtedness by giving a similar spread at the
same place Ihc nest day, at 1 p.m.
Mr. Horner hoped that in a few years the
planters of these islands would not need to go
abroad to learn how to grow or how to manu
facture sugar; but that the rest of the world
would more often come to us. lie congratu
lated the gentlemen whohadliecn prominently
active in their efforts to perpetuate reciprocity,
and said lhat thtir arguments had been listened
to with respectful attention in the uttermost
parts of the United Stales.
' Mr. Unna made a graceful appeal to the
weather clerk for copious and judiciously limed
Mr. Atherton hoped the reports for this year
would stimulate llie production of even more
valuable ones next year.
Mr. W. O, Smith sxikc or Ihe .satisfaction
all honest islanders feel in being exonerated
from the serious charges of fraud brought
against the islands by their enemies.
Mr. Williams relatcdiiow the sugar commis
sioners had confesscil they had never seen steam
plows in operation, till they came to benighted
Mr. Webb, as the senior ncwsiaper man
ireselit, spoke on liehalf or his colleagues.
He considered the planters" association one ol
the best conducted and most useful in the
country. When it was first organlzcdtstome of
his good friend had looked iqoa it with
jealous, e)cs, fearing Its interference in politic
and its unfriendly criticism of gov eminent. Hut
it had done work so eminently practical, and
had been so thoroughly Imbued with the
spirit of progress, that he had come to hav e
the highest respect for its members and for
The representative of the Gazette, llulletin,
and Press spoke wilh u.odest brevity, as became
their tender years, the two first-mentioned
gentlemen gracefully tickling each other across
The luncheon party then broke up,
A similar gathering took place yesterday
for an account of which there is, unfortu
nately, no space,
.siHjireinn t'i'iii-f. -Orf",'!- 'JVi-'h, tHHX
Monday, October 15th; Charles A. Chapin
vs. T. P, Tisdalc, covenant; foreign jury.
Verdict for plaintiff $131.72. K. Preston for
plaintiff; K, M, Hatch for defendant.
Same dayi A. J. Cartwright vs. Matielc,
ejectment) mixed jury. Verdict for defendant,
V, M. Hatch for plaintiff 1 W. A. Kinney for
Same day; Kuana vs. Molaka, ejectment.
Vaiver of jury filed and continued to next
term, Smith and Thurston for plaintiff ; J, I..
Kaulukou for defendant,
Tuesday, Octolier 16th s Mokuhia v. Wm.
McCamllcss, assumpsit j mixed Jury. Appeal
fnfln intermediary rouit. No verdict. J, L.
Kaulukou for plaintiff, appellant ; I', M, Hatch
for defendant, rcioudent.
Same day; I lit Majesty Kalakaua ral., vt.
Samuel I'arkcr, ejectment. Case discontinued,
K. Prestun, C, llrown, and J, 1.. Kaulukou fur
plalnlilTi S. II. Dole, V, M. I latch, ami Smith
and Thurston for defendant.
Same day ihc following cases were continued
to next term W, II. Holme vt. Makalua,
trespass. I'uhi and Kauhai, trespass. Rcl-cka
v. Nailima, divorce. J. II, Thomas vt. Jen
nie Thomas. Leocka v. Moe K. Mahuka.
Divorce Itavc been granted in Ihe following
caves 1 Caroline Miicliel v. June MitcrW.
Kulnaualil, (k), vs. Kawaiahao, (w). Kapck,
(w), vs. Aiamanu, (k. Mano, (k), v. Kah'li,
(w). Ako, (Chinaman), vt. Kukane, (w).
7hi lanco cast, with lu one exception,
hWc Uen cotvtifHMsl to ueit (etui, oug lo
lite aUetscc of Judge McCuWy,
llonol.'H.li I CM.ibertc, ilSi.
1 here Is little to note in Ih ay of 1 11-ine.s activit r
since our last Issue, notiltandinit the advent f so
mfny plant, r, In our midst for rhe annual meMinn of
Ihe llanttrs .ahor and Supply I ompany Some pre
paration Is observable in Ihe mail trade for the
opening op cf holiday Roods of hkh ihc nutlet has
the prospect of being Handed, thus SfTbrdinn our people
ample rprtumiy for Iheir selections.
IVre have teen several business changes since last
writing that call for record, til., the rnrchait of Ilr.
HaR-an and V. K. Itiichanan cf Mr. James Johnson's
Interest in the firm of !.ycan and Johnson. 'Itie firm
continues under Ihe name and stl le of l.vcanandLcs
The drug business of Palmer and Ihatcher has also
(handed hands Messrs. Itenson, Smith, and McCartney
fhe P.C. Advertiser announces the change of owner
ship this week, Messrs. K. C Macfarlane and I, S.
Webb being ihe new preprietcrt.
There bare been some enquiry ami changes of owner
ship In real estate going on lately, and more Is v rt
under nefoliatlen, full particular of whlcli are with
held from the public at present.
Arrivals lor Ihe week have len few and far ts-iwten.
I .L .1 . ....
hu me uepanures nave been little heller. Ihees
pott per I), t. Murray and MariKvsafor San 1'raiKiss.o
roots up but a little over Siaacsxx
On 'lueaday- last Mr. F.. P. Adams sold the con
demned ha,k Martha Kldenut, for t$)i-ta Ixisejov
kCo., who will probably proceed to break her up.
To-tlay Mr. Adams will offer real eslaie at Pnmhou,
valuable leases of rke lands, etc., at lia, and an
Important claim lo sellle partnership Interests.
Ilniwhihl .stnrk clmi (.in if .'j-riilnrr.
Session, Monday, Octolier 15, 1M1.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Kohala Sugar Co
'the I'rincevilte I'hntntlon Co
The Wailuku Sugar C,
'the llawalitn Agricultural Co
Matee Sugar Co. ,,
Waimanalo Sttaar Co
I tonoV.aa Sugar Co., $rjoo r th. pd. up
. ,c fsu.ua ..iinr su.
Ookala Sugar Co J
Waihee Sugar Co
Pacific Mill Co "
Kilauea Sugsr Co ,
Ililea Sugar Co
(trove Kanrh Plantation Co
Union Mill Co., $;so per share p-iid up
Olowalu Co. .. .m ..,.., ....
Star .Mill Co
liast Maui Plantation Co '.
Onomea Sugar Co. ,
Paukaa Sugar Co
Keciprocitv Sugar Co
f.iupnhoehue Sugar Co
Hamakui Mill Ci
Waikapu Sugar Co
llatana Sugar Co
Honomlnu Sugar Co ,t
the Hawaiian Itaibpad Co
vrbiii.tt oii..... 1 1.
I law aiian Hell 'I ctephone Co
Hawaiian lelcphone Co., (Maul).
Kauai 'I elephonic Co , , ,
H1I0& Hawaii Telephone ft Tel. I'd...
SllscllU-SNIUlVS STOCKS ANO IIOVIIS,
'llie I Ion Jul 1 Iron Worls Co
C. Ureter Company. (Mercantile) ...
InterislandSteain Navigation Co
IHst Maui Stuck Co. (Ranch)
K. O. llall&Sm, (Limited)'
twelve ,er cent, lluiids.
Nine percent Hawaiian bondj ". ...
Seven per lent Hawaiian bonds
Sis per cent free from (Jov't '1 ax
Onomea Sugar Co. Hoods, 9 per cent. . ,
I law'n Agric'l Co. tloud. 7 r cenr
40 shares Halasva Sugar Co. at no i io"ttnres H'al.
tnanalo Suar Co. ar 125,
II. ItlEMlNscliKriUFri, Secretary.
K.laue.i IIou. Mm, Scars from Kahului,
Waichu, fccli, from Walaiu.i
C. Ks Itislion. from Kaiml .2.
Lilt.et.lsf, Mm, Kinj. fmm ..ilonmi way iKjrtu..
Nntie .Mrrnllt chf ClirUtiaii, from Uliauu...
.Mary U Ihxlfie, Am. irni, I'uul, fium Hum
WaiUlc, kIi, from Malitso
I.lhoMio, ch, from Knlm.i-.ele
Kmnu.jrclt, frm KooUu
Kair,.Jo.v ncli, from Kftulau, ...,.,.
fame MalvLc, stm. sMcIkiiuM, for Kau.ti . ..
luaLu.i. urn, lbt, from Maalaca, Kotia ami
Kautlseaouli. kJi, from llonokaa !.!!.'.'!.
Courser,. Am tern, Colby, from l'ort UUUIy. .
D.C.Murray, Am.bfc.., Underwood, for San
I raiiciscf, Oc,
II. S. Willi mis, ,m. tern, Wlnanm, fo-lluin-
Waioli, sell, for Paauh.ui
Mary l'osi.r, sch, for Ookala.
Marion, sch, for Klikuitiacte
Maripusa.Am. slmr, llow.iid,for SanPraiKisco
Kilauea IIou, -lm,,Scjr, for Kahului
Mukuhi, stnir. Atctircjpjr, for KooLiu
Lehua, tm, l-otcimn, for Molukaiand liana..
C R. Ilishop, stm, for Kauai . -.
Waiehu, sch,fur Vlatiko
Ltiukai, sell for Waulua , .
l.iUlike, sun, King, for Hiloand way turu...
Wmlcle. ich, for Mahlto. .'. ,'
Nellie Merrill, sell, Chrisilan, for I jhaina ....
Hope, Am. Id.., I'cnhallow, for Port 'lownsend
tueen. Am. tern, l!n.li,ll, fur Port l'owiiseiid,..
Oen. Sigsl, sch, for Koolail ,
Amelia, Am. bklne., Ncwhall, for Poll lllakely
Iwalani, tint, HjtcsT'fur Kona, Kau, and
Merchant Vessels Now. In Port,
C. S. Hiir-hiiT, Uasi,
.. I Int. us.
J. A. KALkisiii'Ko, ti.o.Iman
Kixa, How a
W.H. lllUUNll, Huudlclt.
II. W, Alsiv I'lermaii.
Makv K. l)ou:t, Paul
Vessels Expected from Foreign Port.
llncurN, Oer. bk, Maiatuak.. Sander
Due Nov. i.j. J I. Ilackfsld Sc Co., ylgenit.
Hbkmisn, Haw.bk. kALn . .. ....... , .Isulldoss
Due Dec. eo-as. II. Hackfeld i Co., Agents.
CAKlilri, Haw.bk. bI.AM ......Carrel.
Due Dec 1.10. II. Ilackfeldft Co., Agenls.
Nk; Casils, N. S. V lint bl Ackiji Wilson. .nui
Due Nor. 1.10. II. Hackfcld 4 Co.. Agents.
Niw Casti e, N. s. W., tier U. Ciiaisnus-, Wildfang
Due QcC 10-10. II. Hackfeldi Co., Agenls.
Naw Castlb, N b W, Hiu.1 r. Isck
lor MahuVona. Due now. S. 11, Wilder Co.,
NurViiHK, Am. bk. Spartan Crussley
Overdue. Castle Ic Cooke, Agents.
Niw ViiHK, Ilrit. bk. IUnsy Jaiik-s. ... ..Uttimore
Due Ocr. jo-aj, Castle ci Cooke, Agents,
I.11 Hunan., lirii. ship Aukbvstw I ni Cash r.. Harries
Due Jan. 10-15 T. II. Iferirtl Uu., Agent.
Sn tassciSvU, Haw. slmr, Camilla . ..Sa
Dua now. II, I, s. N Co., Agent.
I'HiLAUkLriiiA, Haw. stiur, Kinau Von Schmidt
u nov, i.j. nuuiT.K-co., .vgenls.
llnsnuiMi, l!r bk Kmttuuicii
Due now. II. Hackfcld .k U)., Agents.
DlNSTKAIlT, II. I. K. il, .1 KAIMlYNIk- .
IIOSCIKUNO, bk iHAXKl'S IIlLM
Jaluit, Am bgtiw (Ia2am
Due in all Js'uv. A. K. Cooks, Agent.
JAU'IT, Haw ssh Kaluna
Due in all CM. A. V. Unikk, Agents.
.i. .iisiinai., urn, B.H. list I. KOCK
Due Oct. so.,, it. w MA.rj,is.i.js-r-.. a......
Huston, AmLk, Cbiuin.. ...,,, ...... ...!t.uauw'
.. I'u. Jan. 10-lj, C, lire . r Co., ug.nis.
bsx tasscitco, ,iu Lime, Discov .,,. IVrrlmau
Due October Ssraj. 1 1 ail Mil Co., agents.
San Akiisci, Am. Irni Kmsia Cll i.isa ..Malson
lor llilo ; lauding Sept. aa.
San Kancis;ii, 11.VS. Aussisiia... Morse
Due Oct. it. W. ), Irwin K Co., agents.
.SWM.r, r.si.M. Ctrv or ,Sru.... IVeiubocii
Due Oct. al. Ilaclfeld & Co., agents.
San raasctss.il, .., Ixamxiiia Webber
Due Oct, j. Ilackrcldfc Co., 4ge1.lt,
Ocimrsicbev, Am. wh, bk, KemifA , ...llalcr
Due carl) in Nov. A. W. I'rin. It Co., agents.
Osli.nsk Skjs.Vn. h.bk. Ketsntra .Ilaker
Due early in Nov. A. VV. IVlrce A Cu.. agents.
I'ukt tjAsniLK, A111W111 Dacota.,, ...Wendi
Due Oct. ayyv H.HackfeldA Co., agents.
From Kahului. per Kilauea IIou, October 11 '!!.
Jlmsesbhaw, W II s.uiBUuiigs, C VV Sl.KLird, I M
Horner. I Ntal and wile, Mi.. M Ilailey, W A Ilailey.
It C v ilium., Mr. A Harbcr, Ml. W1.11.,, II "!
iMile, WiUuui Cssrliii. It Cenur , alls, f Alien, I y
Ilailey, airs Mb and on, 111.. McShane, Mr, Waid.
front VVlldwaid i'oikt, per Ijkebkf, Oilobcr II
". ... .1 la. 'I W.-... . 11.... I k .11 (,., . ..
W II IL.ii.i-. A lu,.:.. u-i
SievoU, II P llaldwin. W lieu,., 1 J KkluriUon. WC
lour. ...I son, s IkeWr, J VV Kalua, II lunou Jr.
il.. II p tldrVlgr, MUe i; lurio.1. Mia ll.u.lw.uuU.
rca Windward l'selt, lr IwaUui, Iksober .6
J SSswi, J W timuhWs, W Nelswi, c A field, li I.
For San Frantisro, per Maripuea, October it
CUu. SpicskU wif.,ds,4bicrlaiMlskersaiv; Masur
K SprecVlea, Mrs 11 A I'eiuiimaiianJ daugkirr, S Cul.o,
Ww. Frowerdew, M t. IIuimw, K Irasy H A fajiukr,
r- ..4 ., c... s,. 1, 1 u 1 ASmV : .in
U I Weight ,
tcr, J Will
aclaUisf, W k Ceakr, i., and 1 .bill 1
: A fiukoa. U V'ltssssuuu. Mis A 11 II..L.V
1 trumiui. ait, r wiajfu.-
and child, H U ImeJ, K 11.11, Mr. (irUtyatsdd.ugkier.
Mi. fimKe and sWH, K MkiUcM, i!ii Klesa, Q A
Ferrswa, wjt, aad chitaV.i, ; I lutetUwk, li Uo
bmua, J MaUr. Al .. Dung llari Vy. Iloeg lue,
fTnaca. J l N.JI, wsie, usd ib-M lUUr.a 1 Uu
'! ".7.Sf" TTi ' s"ess, Jlaisl, Uiu
iHlAg. HCsUu, li fstisw, O Meyer, Alike, M
mlty, II C rV-.eiuoo. O ft 'lluHstoa. Uu Ah
r, f. VAajtwr, (iv li. M lUserly, l HssJM,
' ..! FraasiMu, prr HCMuriar, OcsvCw is.
....u, l-,k.,s,, ,,w, , .s.vaiii, , lucs.r, I". I
uiie.jujoa. at lonea, i. 11 Willi., c r Al, O I'
Shipiuau, I Cooper, I, C Campbell, J K lloli.Lv.
t Stirling, W II VtKard, C M.ble, V.Vollry. W K
Usrencr. I VVCav.J It ,S Kyi-wrl), Cll W.ll.. Miss
.-,,, s s. ,tssv, ,,u tn. 1- p, AiAttr. aiatLci
,f kj.Mii,c 11 aiascc
For Kahnlul, per Kilauea IIou, October Ij George
For Kauat, yet C R llbhop, October 15 A I) Han
over, F M Duller, II Heine, Ker A O Forbes.
For Molokai and Maui, per I ehul, October IS
II A Hern and family, K I Wheeler, D Frilrer.
From Kauai, per Jas Maker, Oitol-er rth I.
Kichanlson, Judge K.Vina
For V indwanl Port., per t.ilcelike, October ifth
WOlrwin, Sam Parker, T Campbell. Miss Masses-,
II Denmeait, A Otto and wife and servant, II K
Parsenger, K II ll)setden, M Stilt, C II Well., IS
Kay,L A Chapin, J llolshy, TSisrncrr, I Katamaand
wife, C W Ashford, Il Doyle. J Nawahl, 11 'lh.smr-.sn
and wife. Miss Wilder. C II ami P N alaVee, W kin
ney, I) - llAiley. I. II Willis. M I) Monsaratl, J M
Monsarratl, M Lyons, J Kkhanlxm, A Names T
Kelai, F Spencer, Mr Atkinson ami wife,
From San Franciro, per W. II. tlimoml, Oclolr
joI. tiertr, 3 c boots ami shoes llonotuhi Iron
Works Co., 1 Iron .haft, 15 sk. coal, pkgs mach.
Ineryi Ino. S. Mcttrew, 4 tanks gasoline t Hall
Ssn, 4 brls lard oil, 10 ct machine nil 6j rVgs pow.
der Unelulner Co., t pkgs whiskey laneloy A
s.o, 4 pkgs gin t Macfarlane A Co., 30 pkgs tssklng
swsleri 10 boiler lubes, ojisackscoaf, (Casks wine,
ro tanks gasoline, 1 pkge ten pin hallei II 1, m
sacks cool f Cleghorn A Co., 50 cs corn lef, loS
brls butler ; S. J. Shiw, 18 hss nail., 1 pkg t,k 1 1
Imdl. steel, 46 keg. shoe,, 4 bndls Iron, 4 casks coal J
I ewers ami Cooke, f 4 j pkgs door., flrpkgs paint, a
pkge windows and blind., a pkgs blind lasi., j es hard
ware, I pkgs seed, 4 11 so., I J, kegs nails I es las
Pacific lltldge Co., 1414 pcilnmbrr ) It pkg. material.,
Iueen'. HiHniial, 1 cs Instrument. Dillimiliairi A Co.,
SSbl.hay t K Singer, 4, if .ks ibmr, 4 sk.r)emeal,
10 .ks bran, ro bl. hay . Castle and Cooke, 100 sks
barley, 8 (mills pipe, ib pc, pipe, cV.i.ks Itour, r l
wheal, 1 hi tiraham lliur, eo.ktbran, t pea isik.ro
bl. Isvy, 10 pigs fnruilure, f pkgs leead, js s and II
bndls pipe i fi c hareware, 6 pkgs bosket., I bl paper,
3 l-nstls of broom., I cs blacking, 1 cs sel.rs, I cs
rniltra cs merchandise. 4 .how case., J cs lref, 55
pkgs paint, pkgs hone collars, iS pkgs .larch, yic.
Iieef, a; cs pud, 1 crate mill, J keg. horse .hoes, 50
kegs nail, i Irwin A Co., U bags bone meal, lo c
nenlifoni oil, si pkg. powder; McChesnry A Son, 13
pkgs leather, 1 matlras, tV, lug. Hour. 3 So bag. grain
and feed, 1 bl rseks, 1 refrigerator HoHiACis, la
pigs furniture ; Dillingham A Co., as pkgs hauls are ;
Haikfeld & Co., isocsml; llnian llros., 11)9 a.'
fc.leil groceries i Mrs. 1'. Iaitl, i pkgs gun findings
IJcs powder; Kennedy etc Co., 156 pkgs groceries ;
Allen an.1 Kobinson, ft cs ii hanging. ; U O.
Herger, as lank, gasoline i llnnschbrger A Co., 4 bis
rotton gwsl. ; S, M, Damon, 1 cs chicken. ! Order,
'(! plg grocerlrt ; Chinese firms '70 pkgs merchan
dise From I'.ureka Cala, per Mary Dodge, October 14
Allen A Kobinson, a3i,o;a ft lumhcr.
For San Franciseo, Mr I). C. Murray, October 11
tail bag. rice, tai,8oulb ; Ittsq lugs sugar, isO.lSllus.
lor San IraiKisco, ier Mariosa, Ocrolsrr IJ
ll,oj; lugs sugar, I,j6ll;llis. j 6s bags publy,
fM'S Hie. I aS Imb. rice, l8,o.Jbs. ( 1611 biKhs
bananas; la bis bel.l leaves 478 bndl. green bide.;
J) bmll. dry hide. ; 10 biidl .hetklns ; SH.i bndl.
laugh and grow fat and niUmltcShtihiftart,
Ljcan st Cn.'s "opcnitif: ilay" to-ilay, lliis
tl.1)-, Satunlny rjiKvl ilay.
The finest orrjan in this city Is not the
"Rovcrninenl organ, "or "llic organ of Ihc op.
imsitl.in," liut Ihe "piano organ" now on view
at I.ycan .t Co.'s, l'ort street.
" Ah I Messrs. Wntctliouse,
What's that )tiu sayT'
"All III' husbanrl. In the town
'It hurr)Ing our wa).
' For we are the dealers
'I hey never may forg, t,
Sing a song of planters' week,
Mighty little sice;
Four arul twenty planter
Uumiln' in a race.
V hen the race wa. ended
Stood the) in n group,
'Front of .Messrs. Ilackfcld's
Ixinded down with soup,
An' other sorts of cannrd goods
More than I can miiie;
Try 'em an you'll buy 'em
An' I will take the blune.
Said Mr. Jim William,
" Al last 1'sn got what
I've long lieen after.
To Frisco I've "entjjt
And now I'm content."
Mr, Williams further exclaims tlial all who
want to see really artistic work in pliologiapli
tinting might to visit his -'ort street galler
anil sec the work now lu-ing thine tliere, '-
IIASE OF PADDOCK Ni:AIs punaiiou.
at ai-ctkin, Jf
Oh SATI'JIIt.iV, ncTIIIIKIt '.', M,V3,
AT ,a O'CLOCK NOON,
AT .IV ftALRSKIHlst
I will offer a Lease fur fno-iears
Of IU mill OV-IOItllm Arrr nf Inml
Llng between the O.I11. College premises and the
.land of Mr. Manpici.
The land i. suitable for' Pasture, i. enclosed by .tone
wall and wire fence, and is well grown wilh Atgeroha
5i-4 P.. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AN OKnr.K OF Till'. HON: A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Cuurt, dated
Ajiril ao, 1933, authorizing ihe
Bala of Certala Pau-tuenhip Aorsntatai
r '. , W
In which Mr. IMwiml Fur.tenau is nlerrstrd.
t AM INSTatCTtll TO
BEZ.Z. AT PUBLIC AUOTIOM,
Saturday, Ootobar UOta.
AT II U CLOCK U., AT SALI.SOOM,
The Claim of th. Firm of, II. Ilachf.ld C
II. Turtoo, E) , of Lahaima, Maul,
Now aeKiunting tu
Srfuied by mortgage on llie I'Umttr Mill Itaiaalloi, si
lashaina, subj4t lu first niorxage ill f.vor set ,
TIIK ACCOUNT WII.L IIIC SOLD
As riaisliiig ou ibe ilay of sale, thai It, tMUr ass.
-..,w.,,.. ewi-n-ri t gy. why
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All aLsa31biHelei esei KAarf HmaA -. Aw - 1?
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