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itorial loomi at let fort tree!
Subset Inert and Advertisers wBI pleaie ddrf-st,
TMOS 0. THRUM. PubH.Sff n.l Prrrttetor.
All matter lor th Stlor.lar Pitts should be
aiMreMtil to ltit SATURDAY I'KRSS."
Don n -column adttttltementt, rntt and lrr
types will not b admitted Into put tolumni
neither will ajvettltemrnti be admitted Into "f Mil
let eeluntris t any pft These rntet wlllfc
iltldlr dhtrd In.
Notic l any rrenltol Interest trampltlng on
th other Islands will always h thankfully received
(or puWlrAtkas. Cortrip-odent art Itqurttttt lo
append Ihelrtrut names lo all communication!,
not for pahKrailon neeeilltUy, bnt II a tuarintrt
that th wrilrr It acllnc In Rood filth.
OCTOURH .;. iMj
Mi lbcrt C Smith was admitted lo the
Mr A. . Cattttht, Jr.. hM fjlven fifty
,..!, to lb IwjV readlm; trwmi.
4eurt faulty mrt X tltf Knott, tfirvt
' (.'encrrfMM. laHet ttstf Yhmtsilay rrtrlnj;.
Tht Wfitthtr lUh k (i ltn much mote
. rn'oittUt, lite tnvUt ttmpe ratine pint tno; an
Two rtaamger oho went rim on lite .Marl
I na a mimtli rtu ilW silently after thftr arri
val in San I'tntwiKn. A Mi. Me-wltcr was
i'1-eralnl upon by lkwtor I .an far anruiktii if
I' e aula. A Mr. Illarteo !il of ctmtttnip
Mr II. V. 9climl.lt anl ftniily were tur
irisraJat an ally hour hM Saturday by the
bar! ami a rmmla-r of imitienl friatids, in a
tcn-tade in Ixmor of their ninth wcddlnc annl
vctsiiy. May they have many return of Ihc
The Anglian Church Chronicle completes
Hi hut crtr ssilh the Notrmlicr number,
lining ceased to an etperiment it will con
tinue to seek to tlesette the ui'iport of church
men ami churchwomen throughout Ihete is
laruli. I.att Sunday afteirKMin a Killy numlr
asemileil at the V. M. C. A. Hall to attend
the itic conducted by the Rev. Mr.
Waltacr, who delivered a 1biI but earnest
ermon fiom the text "Seek firjt ihcKinpium
of CkI," etc.
There ha lieenavatt ammint of ammunition
waited of late in the lancet practice of volun
teer and mctnlieri of the "ptand army"
nioining, noon and night, at the le of
Tunch liowl, jirejuratory lo the coming match
among them next month for a ric medal.
Times change and we change with them.
In tluUiiliytofwhalingthearrHal of a whaler
wa the signal for the raising of flag and noiy
congratulation. The arrival of the first
whaler yesterday received little more attention
than the arrival of a schooner from I'eatl
The San Francisco Merchant always
tallied, becauve always an intelligent friend of
the islands had recently a good word for the
Hawaiian Hotel ami Musical Hall. It speaks
pleasantly of Mr. Kawctt of the hotel, and
speaks hopefully of the prospects of the thea
tre, if wisely managed.
Mr. r. C. Coleman who lakes great interest
in Kanue, its growth and manufacture recent
ly brought in from his nursery some slips of
the plant in seed, showing that white it seeds
but once a year, every shoot bears seed vessels,
irrespective of age, whether a )car or more
or only a few- months.
" A Note of Invitation for you," will lie the
theme of Mr. Cruian'a twenty-minute sermon,
-Suntl.i afternoon, in the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
In addition to hearty congregational singing,
led by a large chorus Mrs. Crutan will sing
It I'asscth Knowledge, Mis Otto will sing a
solo, ami Mrs. Tierce and Mrs. Damon will
sing a duet. A cordial welcomeawaitsall who
On Tuesday neat may benbscrted here an
eclipse of the sun, commencing at a quarter
past twelve ami lasting till alwut two o'clock.
Its best shore olneivance will lc at these is
lands, though it will not tie annular here.
Smoked glass will doubtless be in demand if
the day is clear- The ' ' localizer " of the Ga
zette lias neglected again to adsise the
small sheets of the aiming ei ent.
lierelania street, from Itichard to Alaiai, hat
b.en "picked up" by our road makers ami
"rolled over" by the ciusher. So far, so
good; but Itcrctania street beyond, likemany
othei sections thmu h the tow u, has only had
a few sliovelfuls of rotten stone thrown in to
the principal chuck holes-, to tw as lnd as ever
in a short time. The road pickers arc now
engaged on Hotel strct, north of Kort.
The Trcs last week contained over fifteen
columns of original matter, including Ihc Ni
nito story which none of the other iaiers hate
had the good sense to notice, although it was
Interesting to more tlun lull the readeri in
Honolulu. Modesty is an etccllent quality,
ami the I'rest dors not intend tu pan with its
present Urge share of it ; but it is occasionally
necevsary In do what the other paixrs do in
neatly etery other issue.
Mist llreeie's llible class, which meets in
Koit-stieet Church vestiy Sunday evening at
a qunter nasi is o'clock. It liecoming one of
the noted institutions of Honulu. It is rapidly
incteasing in numbers. Last Sunday there
wciennc hundred ami twenty fitcprcscnt. At
its present rate of increase it bids fair soon to
take rank wish thegieut and noted llible classes
like Mrs. C(r's, of San Francisco, and
Mis. I'carsall .Smith's f Thiladclph'u.
Kiicndtof Captain IXM ami he has hun
dicds in llonoluluwrte of course tlisap.
pointed that because of the regulation llut
lUcin subject! can not sail American ships
lie could not come here in command of one of
the Ocranic Steamship Cominy' trssels.
They will he glad lo learn, howctcr, that lie
hat been apuintcd to a good position at agent
at Hongkong (or Shanghai) for the owners of
the Suez and other vessels in the China trade.
The Sprcckcttvillc nine are expected lo ar
lite this nuuning lo play a match game of bate
tail with our crack tram of the diamond field.
It will be satisfying to the many friends of the
game to learn llut the Honolulu club will play
their own tnttrad of a picked nine against Ihc
Maui dull. There is much Interest centred In
the ctcnt, am a large gather ing will doubtless
witness the game, which will lake place at the
MakjVi rescue, commencing at two o'clock.
Mr. las. H, Castle will act at umpire.
On Friday of last week, while the Iter,
Alexander Mackintoah was riding along Kmuva
sticvt, hts mettlesome rob look flight at a
palm Wanch which lay in the road looking
like a titanic cvatljitde on (it back with all
Us 1S wiiggltng viciomlr, The cob shied,
bolted, stipied, an.1 came don on UU (Uler'a
light lt, bruising It fiom unite to Lnte,
Mr, Macwloth was unable o officlalc at the
pro-cathedral Ust Srsmiay, an.1 has bcra tendril)-
mi(wg tut Usjcror since, thoogh he will
piolabty iuiy bis ilpil lomorraw.
Time was rate fun at Captain Mclutyre's
the etbet nht. The CaptaUS nasi I the
CmsJ yearn U m ftJucattJ watXjtf. his
n I. j,'i 11..I (lie f im 'y 'aityditrr vm)
riirjr !! put Mr Monkey lhrwli nearly all
th pace h knmn o often that trwy ttrn ,
eager for tome one tn tenth him a new UW
An oppottsne vWtor tpiesl with them the
other evwing. "Did yrm ever Rive Mm a
mltrtsr tn play wllh J asked he. They hatl
rust, and Rive him one. Thme prevent sy
they nevef saw tinttMng m fimny since they
read the (ill mm proteMrtte. '
A few Sundays agn Mr. Cnian id tn the
emtite of one of hit sennftn that xienlt tmglit
nflenrr In ling their young children lo
churth. " Yoi will find," mM he, "tint they
understand a great mtnjr of tvlt.at we com
monly call 'big words.' " A J will street mls
trvilvtsl lo lest Ihe understanding of a tery
juvenile brother somewhat clsmormit at times
to le taken tn rlutrcli o mornings. So she
asked him the meaningof "delicious." With
out an inManl's hesitation he replied, " Oh,
that's lee cream." Now 111 me what ' fear
ful' means?" the ipjerlrd. Ami he an
twered Just at glibly, " mm-y-toet."
The London Churchman sajis "The -troth
anniversary of l.iillici'sbitlliis In lie relebratesl
in Oermany at a nationvl festival. l'mieror
William hit issued on order on Ihc tubjeet.
On the evening of A'ovemlier 9th alt Ihe
church lietlt are lo be rung; on the loth, in
the morning, their will be n school fcslital in
the etening, liturgical or other preparatory
services. On the Sunday, nth, Luther's
I lytnn is to be sung at ditine service." At last
Wiilnesih) 't prayer meeting Doctor Damon
announced that he would preach at the llethel,
on the morning nf.lhe loth proximo, a me
morial sermon on the benefits granted to Ger
many ami mankind by the Kefornntion "the
egg which I'rasmus layeil and I.uthcrhatchcd."
As will lie seen tn another column, Ihe pro
gramme of the conceit to l git en, on the 3rd
of November, in aid to the funds of the Ho
nolulu library, will be composed of three
toc-tl solos by Mrs. Cruran, Mis. Urown and
Mr. McCartney, ol four instr11111cnt.il solos,
cltrionet, tiotin, lither, piano ami four con
certed pii-ccs by the I Innolulii Symphony Club,
amongst which the favorite ltcchcrini minu
et to (by reipiest) and another piece of sjine
character arranged by Mr. A. Marques. The
pains taking 10 offer to the public as much
variety as possible in the composition of this
concert, will it it tube hoped, be acknowledged
by a crowded house. The price of tickets-will
be 75 cents, with 25 cents extra for those who
wish to secure rcscrted seats,
The Martha ltideout it being dismantled.
The II. W. Dimond is at anchor in the
Stream awaiting cargo.
The American tem Courser is discharging
lumlcr at Allen & Robinson's wharf.
The American bark II. W. Almy is at Fish
Market wharf oieihauling rigging, painting,
The American lurkentine Discovery is dis
charging a general cargo from San Francisco at
The Pacific Mail Steamship Zcal.india will
lie due this p M. from San Francisco with file
days later new s.
The American. barkentine Ella is at lirewer
.1 Co.'s wharf. She will sail for San Fran
risco on or alwut Monday next.
The following tcsscls hence arritcd at Port
Townsend: October 1st, American brigantinc
V II Meyer, Dclaney; American barkentine
The new- Oceann Steam.hip Company's
steamer Alameda arrived from San Francisco
last Monday, on schedule time. She will re
turn to the coast on Thursday next, Noiem
The following tcsscls hence arritcd at San
Francico as follows, tiz: October ad, Ameri
can bark Elsinore,Jcnks; Hawaiian bark Ka
lakaua, Miller: October 5, American brig
Consuclo, Cousins; Hawaiian schooner
Jennie Walker, Neilson, 21 das from Ililo.
lll,rr .'.! n.;.
The Hilo corresmlent of the Press sa)-
that Mr. C. L. Fourneaux left Ililo after quite
a long stay at the .Volcano House, Puna and
Onoinea. " Hchastaken many fine sketches."
Mr. Fourneaux returns in good Jiealth. Mrs.
Fourneaux lias not )ct returned.
The schooner Emma Claudina was daily ex
pected at Hilo from San Francisco when the
last mail left, haling liecn out sixteen days,
with cargo for Hilo and Lanpahoehoe Henry
Porter, wife and family are passengers whom
residents of ililo will be delighted to welcome
liack, after an aWnce of six month's residence
Mr. .Gibsons Lanai sheep folds hate not
been sold to Messrs. Irwin and Parker. As
the matter now stands, the latter gentleman
own two ditisions of land. The one contain
ing 20,000 the other 10,000 acres. Mr. Gib.
son now holds a nine )cars lease of the large
tract and will probably l given an extension
of his lease of the smaller track, which lease
will expire in about a )car.
The ladies of the foreign church in Hilo held
a social at the house of Mrs. W. II. Keetl at
Hilo, Octolnrr 16th. The ttiacious parlor was
filial etery seat taken and occupies! all the
etening. The night was particularly beauti
ful, being bright moonlight. Usually the
joung people promenade a great deal when
there is an opportunity, and on the occasion in
question there was pleqty of it. There were
socal selections by Mrs. S. L Coan, Misses
Cora and Alma Hitchcock and Mr. J. A.
I1MW1II - I Hf
.'. m TrrrlUe.
Surdy It it a martcl that any child lives to
lie six years old. Perils lo right of him, perils
to left of her, perils alios c, Mow, behind, in
front of ,all round it I When it Is not caress.
ng the stoe, or teaching the cat how to
scratch, or playing blacksmith with the
horse's heels, or tatting arsenical paint, or
using its sconce for a glass cutter, or seeing
how sharp the hatchet Is, or tumbling down
the most comcrlcnt stairway, or something
equally hazardous lo life, Idicity and the pur
suit of happiness It it either eating or asleep.
The son and heir of the Cruian family (icing
nothing if not original csujol the other day
an innovation in (he art ol luby suicide. Half
swallowing a long Crandall building-Mock, he
ran towards hit mother lo show her how pretty
it looked, tripped In his haste otcr his own
chubby feet, am! fell forward on hit face.
The result was such a combl nation of
wounded gums and tongue and palate and
tonsils as few tittle fellows have ctcr a chance
to boast 01. Thinks to. the faithful attention
of Dr. Martin tta wounds are almost healed.
Utile &ldic Tucker, four years old, a child
of Mr. Edward S, Tucker, of ihc marine rail
way, met wilh a less novel but more dan
geroua misadventure recently, having his
frontal bone kicked in by the ealivlhenlc heel
of a playful colt, llut Ihe ladling hail tiue
gnt, and goal blood in hit Trios, These two
essential factort of lecovery, supplemented by
the skill of Doctor McCirw ami the dctold
nursing of his parents, hate (exulted W the
most rapid recovery of its type that Ihc aten
iUat physician lemctstUtt in tag and varied
Th Isile .1 t I''iiter.
lly the Alameda on Monday last, lit. 31ml
instant, vsas rev-civesl Ihr sad Iflrptamnl netvs
of the smMeii death of Mr. J. C. l'llnger, in
ttrcmrn, on tb 5th instant, in the 51st tear of
his life, lite Intimate coniwtlrnn ol Mr.
I'llnger whh the commercial growth of lhce
Islands ami the development of the sugar
ihdustty, calls fur more thin a lining notice.
Atrtttng at Honnlitln when yet a lad, with
Captain II. ltaekfekt, in 1819, he entered Ihe
lroose cwi lis etattHhmnt, rind In 1 85 3 became
a paitner In the firm of II. lUckfeld & Co.
now exHttng for thirty ytrart and early Identi
fied himself with Its Interests as tn become the
leading s)itiit and managing head of lite firm,
lletittning In Hitmen In 1SJ7 he matried ami
returned the year following. Such wat his
sterling character, energy ami InisincM ability,
iftaf the eminence of the house of tlnclfcld
Co. was rrCKgnlrett in various J.irts of the
v. vtlil. Mr. I'lluger represented at times at
these Islands tlir cnnsulshiiw for Germany,
Russia ami Sweden and Norway, while re
siding here, ami In recognition of hit faithful
services, he receives! decorations of scleral
orders, one tinman, one Russian, one Aus
trian and one Hawaiian. As the business of
the boose increased was established the llremen
line of packets, all borks built csiicclally for
the trade and placed under the I Uwniian flag,
mining most of them after pcrvint who, like
himself, had identified thcmseltct with the
commerciil interests of Hawaii, vie. : It. V.
Voud, U.C. Wylie, C. K. Ilishop. Kale, lohnl,
A. J. loieand V. C. TalUit. Scleral whalers
were fittest nut and lint business prose
cuted vigorously for n nunilicr of yean.
Iteturning to Germany with his family in
1S72, he was shortly aflir appointed ch.ngc
d'affaires and consul-general for this kingdom,
and faithfully has he served lis Interests. Not
omy naic tnc nousc 01 n.icklclil V Lo. lost a
stiong guiding spirit, this gosernment a rcalous
sertant, but our community has 1ml a talu.i
blc co-worker In all that pertained to the inter
ests of these islands. The) rccogniretl this in
Ihc universal closing of places of business on
Wednesday last as a maik of esteem and re
scct, while goicrnmcnt, consular and other
flags thioughoiit the city and shipping were
nispiayeti ai nan-mast, as iiic t.iazettc tery
truly states, Mr. I'lluger literally died in bar
ness, hating otcrworked himself by continual
application to business. To the bcre.it cil
widow nnd family of eight children, the rela
tives and near friends, is tendered the heartfelt
s)mpathy of Ihc Saturday Press.
Thr .SMjimiif ffiiirf.
Two tery interesting cases hate been heard
Ik fore Uie Court during the past week, both
being suits for damages agiinst the Minister of
Ihc Interior; one by I. M. Herring, argued
upon a plea in bar; and the other b) L Waj,
argued iion demurrer.
In the first damages were claimed by the
plaintiff for the appropriuion of the plaintiffs
water rights for use in supplying the govern
ment resenoirat Makiki, deposing the plain
lift of his usual supply, causing detriment to
his grow ing crop of taro and prei enling further
cultivation of the land, notwithstanding the
fact that the goicrnmcnt had only compensated
the plaintiff for damage resulting from ilcpriv
thc plaintiff of his right to pasture cattle upon
his land. The case for the plaintiff was arcued
by Messrs. A. W. Kinney and S. II. Dole, and
Messrs. C. W. Ashford and A. W. Whiting
for the Miniver of the Interior.
In the second case damages were claimed by
the plaintiff for his looses by fire alleged to
hate resulted from a want of proper water
supply and chiming that the goicrnmcnt had
been negligent in the matter. The defence re
lictl upon the legal insufficiency nf the claim
and allceed that legal responsibility in the
matter was not with the Minister of the In
terior. Upon the demurrer, Mr. S. It. Dole,
counsel for the plaintiff, argued the responsi
bility of Ihe goicrnmcnt department having
control of the water supply upon the same
grounds that the master is ordinarily responsi
ble for the conduct of his sen ant, that the
government, assuming the control of the
water supply of the town, and taxing people
for its maintenance, were equally responsible
with private parlies who assumed to regulate
like supplies; that a constructiie contract ex
isted in the matter, and that negligence was a
good cause lor an actionindamagc-s. Ihecoun
sel dilated somewhat upon the opportunities of
goternnient and the neglect of them, which
had liecn a prominent feature of the existing
-I Jltnlrt AHmrmtnr,
Mr. II. J. Agncw tells a story illustrative of
-Mr. Son-Iu-Law Ha)tclden's eminent fitness
for the resxinsible office of tax assessor. The
story goes that a year ago Mr. Agnew handed
in his assessment on a lot ."out on the plains"
for which he had a little while previously paid
$300, valuing it as "one half () lot $300."
lly mistake, this lot was assessed at (one and
one lialf(t;4) lots, $500. The mistake was
not icctified in time; and Mr. Agncw paid
taxes on the advanced assessment. That was
licfore Mr. Ha) Seidell's time, and therefore he
was not resjionsiblP. This )car Mr. Agncw
handed in his assessment, corrected, calling
special attention to the mbtake of Ihe
previous )ear. When Mr. Agncw came to
took at the assessors valuations he found the
half lot in question assesses! again al $500. On
protesting, Mr. Agncw was told by Mr. Hay-
selden that the lot was worth $joo. "Will
you pay thai for it?" asked Mr. Agnew.
"Yes I will," replied Mr. Hayseldcn. "Put
up a deposit then," said Mr. Agnew to Mr.
HayteUen all Ihitbeinginthepresenceof Cap.
tain Luce ami Deputy llrown. The assessor gate
Mr. Agnew $5, the latter proinisiiigtohaclhe
deed ready on the Monday morning following
the inters lew, When he presented himself at the
assessor's office with the document, Mr. Hay
seldcn ticgan the firtt of a series of craw-fi.h
tactics. He said he hail not seen the
property and could not "buy a pig in a lug."
Mr, Agnew showed him that he liad assessed
the lot "in a I tig," claiming it to lie worth
$500 whtn he now admitted he had not seen
it. Quibble followed quibble and evasion,
evasion llie astute assessor finally ri fusing to
take the property or to pay for the ex (lenses
incurred in diawing up the deeds. The little
transaction is now public propetly and the
columns of the Official Fly 1-c.if arc undoubt
edly open to Mr, Hayseldcn for one of those
pretty little explanations at which he Is such
Various rumors hate liecn current during
Ihe weck,at to grand schemes uf various stiam
ship lines centering at this port to connect wilh
the Oceanic -Steamship Comjuny't vtsscli for
nan rtanctsco. I lie is-ixirl ol two more
stcamcrt like the Alameda and Mariposa be.
Ing ordered for the rcrvice probably gate rite
u ihc tuswor llut a China line was lo lie
established, and that they ami the Australian
boats wosAd connect hcie wilh Ihe Maripuu
and Alameda, while ihe Kinau would be lun
as a regular Tahiti packet. It it learned llut tin
overtures Air the purchase of the latter vessel
hate been nude, nor have the agents of the
Pacific Mail any intimation of the withdrawal
of their steamers or Intended change of their
Mr, Cruxan't Sunday morning theme will
be, " Why they are not In Ihe House of God;"
evening sermon, "A tiusioew Woman,"
sermon especially for )oung women.
mmr Tin: timr.ni'.i mitiiv,
I Hit I !' I.Htlr I hr.
The Alameda steamed along side its doik
at noon last Monday, seien day ami two
minutes from pilot tn pilot.
In etety essentlil particular the Atimrda
Is nn etaet duplicate of the Matliosn, conn
qucnlly a detailed description of Ihe M.iriinwn'i
twin titter would le valueless repetition, llut
the Ahmol.it nflictrt lute historic and In-
tilt Idtialitlcs of their own well worthy more
extended mention than time or tice admits.
The mmrs of Ihose offims are t It. (1.
Morse, captain 1 J. C. Hawthorne, first offi
cer 1 A. 1). Utile, clilof engineer ; J. II. Sut
ton, purser 1 H. W. Falconer, surgeon ( I).
C. Martin, first atslslanl engineer j ti. W.
Wood, second assistant) Henry Fletcher,
third assistant j F. (5. I.ucat, second officer ;
W. II. Fergurson, tm'rd officer Charles Dct
When the clly editor toM Ihc gush rfimrtcr
logo and welcome the Alameda, that soft
voiced youth sharpened an etlra pencil ami
took along an ctlra quire nf copy-clip, for he
hid foreknowledge of Cafilain Mnrscaml knew
that officer's nlibtimc friends would etpect
many biographical and eison.il details not
otherwise demanded. And so with some
tact nnd talent in internet! ing, some trailing
of old newspaper, ami some listening tn the
chit chit of the chandlery stores hate been
gathered the following details of one of the
most experienced and xinhr of Mram-loit
"Hiram G. Morse was born in Haverhill,
Massachusetts, in 1832, t, n . ,e , ,
sail shingle ships on Itaicthill .Pond, and
sometimes he went down to the sea shore lo
listen to the sutf dogs ami wish he weiea
sailor. He was only ten )cars old ulu.11 lie
made his first unagc out of Ncwbiu)poi In
the schooner Ocean IhhiihI for the ihackcrcl
grounds off the Maine and New llrunsvvlck
coast. Three )cars he sailed a-mack'reling,
and in three other schooners the Pledge, the
Thistle ami the Leader. Then he went out of
schooners nnd mickcrcling and coast work
generally, ami, in ihc brig Nercus, mule his
first linage to the blue Mediterranean.
After (hat no more of brigs. lly this lime he
had gained experience, won confidence and
risen in rank. For fivu adventurous )c.irshe
sailed from lloslon to Sumatra in the full-rif'i'cd
ship Plato, then in the pcppir trade; making
one return to) age by way of ihc Mediterranean.
In his sixth year with the I'hto, by which
time he had risen lo be a first officer, his ship
mailcone to).igc for coffee to Kio Janeiro.
Ilcivas twenty years old when he lift the
I'hto and entered the service of William II.
Ilordinan of lloston, as chief offieir and
sailing-master of the bark llhering. The
littering left lloston on the 28th of January,
1S52. Her captain, William Jennings, was ill
vvhcnlheicsscl sailed. She arrived in Honolulu
on April 23rd, hating made a quick passage of a
hundred and fifteen days. Captain Jennings
died four da)s after the tesscl reached this
xirt and was buried in the Nutianu Street
Cemetery. Yesterday, Captain Morse did the
graceful kindliness of repainting with his own
hands the (lalings that surround his dead mess
mate's graic. The late Eli'sha P. Allen
then American Consul at this port placed the
name of Sailing-Master Morse on the register
as captain; and the llhering sped away for the
Siberian coast, where for the five years follow
ing she made annual voyages in quest of furs.
In 1S57 Captain Morse entered the service of
ithat staunch friend of the Hawaiian Islands
(and of Oahu College) James Hunncwcll; and
took command of the I'oI)nesian. In that
vessel Caplain -Morse sailed, via Honolulu, for
Jarvis Island, then under the governorship of
Samuel li. Wilder, at which place he took on
a load of guaub. In the following jear he re
turned to Honolulu with the same vessel and
proceeded lo Ilaker's Island, of which C. II.
Judd was then governor. Returning with his
guano to lloston, he resumed command of the
llhering and sailed to the Amoor Kiverbyway
of the Cape of Good Hope, taking a cargo of
China tea to Nicilicf. His next voyage was
again to Hiker's Island after guano, in Ihc ship
.-siren, ai wnicn nine Captain Uabcock, now of
this city, was governing the island. It had
liecn arranged that on his return toyage he
should relinquish the command of the Siren at
Honolulu and join the plantation venture of
S. G. Wilder. Hut the failure of the San
Francisco firm of C. W. Brook's & Co. pre
vented and Captain Morse returned with the
Siren to lloston. lie then entered the scr
lice of W. II. Webb of New York, looking
out for that gentleman's extensive docking and
shipping interests. Subsequently he was to
hate taken charge of the Pacific guano en
terprise of Mr. Webb ; but upon ihe com
promise of that gentleman with the American
Guano Company, in iSoo, the captain ioined
Ihc Pacific Mail, as a second officer. Eighteen
months thereafter he was promoted to a
captaincy. Since then he has liecn eleven
) ears with the Mail Company and something
oter two years with the Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company being transferred by the lor.
mer to the latter company, along with the
steamer Dakota, in 18S0. Except live
voyages to Panama, his routes have been from
San Francisco to China, and from San Fran
cisco to Pugcl Sound. On the Panama route
he commanded the Constitution, the Nevada
and the Arizona; on the Shanghai route,
Ihe China, the Colorado, the Pekin
and the Alaska; on the Sound route.
the Alaska, the China and the Dakota,
During the presidency nf Kufiis Hatch, the
Parific, Mail adopted a rule thai all com
manders on the China route should lease
their ships at San Francisco, proceed lo
Panama in command of a coaster, cross the
Isthmus of Daric-n, exchanging ships with an
Atlantic captain, and proceed to New York.
Captain Morse was the first commander to act
under Ihe new rule. When he reached New
York, he succeeded in convincing President
Hatch that the rule was a bad one because cap
tains could not learn In so brief a change the
local knowledge necessary to make ihclr differ
ing commands economical or safe. Captain
Morse lias made one hundred and twcnly-eiglu
voyages Irom San Francisco lp Pugci Sound
touching at Victoria, i'ort Townsend, Seattle,
New Tacoma anil other less prominent places.
No more (wpular commander ever sailed along
the treacherous coatl from Point Keys to Cape
Flattery, If iopulaiity could purchase immu
nity from Ihc continuous wear and tear of that
tempestuous unite, Captain Morse tiad not
fiown to other seas and i.Umls jil.lly new. He
has accepted his present isitiou from a sense
of duly to well-earned scuii-comfoit, A new
ship, a new mute and fourteen days out of
tinny in iwoierminil porn, 111 one ol which lives
one" wife, are not without their advantages.
The wives of Captains Howard ami Morse are
tiiwiitvtomeii ami Intimate friends. The Iwo
captains hate been mcsinutes, and each lias a
litely appreciation of the merits of Ihe other.
None of Captain Howard's Innumerable
alohlstt liavfe spoken of him more apprecia
tively than lias Captain Morse. Jlig, Uily,
bluff it Caplain Morsel but kindly to the core j
a thorough seaman, a uunly nun Jfcd a friend
to lie to.""
"That is a very pstly tale, said Ihc city
cimor, "aim what cUcilkl you find out?''
"A hp,rctdjcl Ihegush mutter, eauaily,
though somewhat Inelegantly. Then you
must give it to a waiting world next week, my
dukii (or ihc chase are not nude of gulla
pcrchaj aat there 't no more room.
i.v i.'a.idj in,: ,;, n 11 iu
linn. lnmr li-jrr nl Ihr 1 1 nil nf Ihr
I". V. ''. I.
Hon. Jamt-t llrycc, a doctor of civil liw at
Oxford, and member nf Ihe llrltlsh Parlhmenl
for the sulmibin Uuidnii borough of lower
Hamlets, lectured last Thursday night nl
V. M. C. A. Hall for llie benefit oftheasoc.
atlon. The hall was well filled bv an
appreciative audience, who listened attentively
for an hour and ft hilf to a pleasantly delivered
con vcrsatloml lecture mi Tuikcy find its ilcpen
dendes, with an Interesting outline of the
" Fistetii Question." Mr. Ilryrc Ins a tie
lliery tint cngiges and holds the attention of
all who ran hear him, but his mice Is mifortii
nttcly tcarrcly imwcifut enough In meet the
requirements of ihc luge apartment in which
lion. A. F. Jmld, President of the
Y. M. C. A., when introducing Ihc lecturer,
took ocratlon to congratulate Ihose present
upon the fad that they had to address them
that evening a gentleman who held a lecture
ship In Ihc grand old University (,f Oxfnnl,
England; and who, further, he liellcvcil, occtt
pled a scat in the llrillsh House of Commons,
It seemed to the speaker that already there
w ere beginning to be noforelgii lands, w hen here
In the middle of the Pacific he saw such an audi
ence nttcmhtcil to listen In a description of his
journeying! in eastern countries, from the litu
of Mr, llrycc -n gcntlcmni hailing from a
country so fir awa) from Ihcir Hivvalian king
dom, but wllh.1l so like one of themselves In
his apparent tastts and s)mpathics. He li.nl
much pleasure In Introducing lo them the
speaker of ihc etening.
Mr. llrycc (whose apiear.incc on the plat
form was giecletl with cordial apphinc) pre
faced his remark! iikhi his immediate subject
by staling that when asked by Ihc Y. M. C. A.
committee lo delivir a lecture tint evening, he
had Informed the gentlemen making the re
quest thai whilst an effort to pi ice before an
llonolulan audience somcinfoiin.itiongilliereil
during his travels in distant lands, vvouldnlford
himself much pleasure, he had lo express a
hope lh.il Ihey would not expect from him any
thing In Ihe nature of a fornnl or finished ad
dress, lie would, therefore, endeavour lo
give those before him llut evening, fu nn in
foriinl and conversational ininncr, only, a few
of his ricollecjions- sonic of ihc more striking
and salient impressions of his experiences
during two journeys in eastern lands. The
reason the Y. M. C A. committee had nsked
for some consideration of Ihc feature! of life in
those oriental countries was, he presumed, be
cause their sitmtion was so far removed from
us as fir ns it possibly could be. Although
Honolulu appeared lo ihc Englishmen in Eng
land so far cast as almost to be somewhat
west, or so far west as to be nearly east, it was
surprising to him to find as he journejc-it
through and nlxiut America and on these
islands, how Utile Ihc features of civilization
vvcic different In the communities of these
countries to that which he- had liecn accustomed
to in western Europe. Nnlvtitlistandini' a
number of distinctions and marked peculiarities
in connection with life in America and the
west generally, he could not help being
struck with the fact how much more
the life in these parts was. like that of
of Europe than was Euiopc like the Fis.
Here the contrast between the sociil condi
tions nf the two situations were not at all
strongly defined. A man from England,
France, Germany or any of the western coun
tries of the continent of Europe, appeared,
comparatively speaking, at home at once on
his arrival and soon brought himself into har
mony with the few-exigencies of the novel life;
but on his turning his steps eastward, journey
ing, say, up the .Mediterranean, on to those
countries where Mohammedanism was recog
nised as the paramount religious clement and
where the Turkish rule stood as the badge o(
stagnation and natioml degridation, things
become 1 ery different ; he thoroughly realizes
that he has at last reached another part of the
The first thing that would not fail to strike
the Englishman's attention in connection with
oriental life, would be the difference to that of
his own and similarly situated countries so
far as activity, change and progress were
concerned. The East stood still I There
was a perceptible ciidencc of the absence
of progress, and one of Ihe earliest things
lo fix itself upon the observation was Ihc
familiarity of so many of the scenes and
customs to those who have, in thcircarly days,
delighted to study that boon of many child
hood's hours "The Arabian Knights." Alios c
that, sights and sounds of Turkish and Syrian
life were familiarized by recollections of
the christian bible. The very characters of
holy writ in many cases appeared almost
lo start up before you to secure the complete
ness of the transformation. In those climes
they saw the ox. Jread out the corn uxin the
hard mud lloor of the barn. They saw after
the heat of the day had passed (he people be
taking themselves to the roof to escape the
Inconvenient closeness of Ihe house confines.
Again the gales of eastern cities were still, as
they were in the days of the ancients, the
places of reynt, the 1 tuJttivus, of ihe fashion,
able society of the cil) in fact, comparatively
speaking, of everyone. If one were travelling
towards an eastern town to seek the where
aUiuts of an acquaintance he might almost
wilh certainly rely iqioii finding that acquaint
ancc in the afternoon of the day at or some
where in the vicinity of the entrance In the
In the mailer of the chieftaiishiiis of the
wandering triles who peopled the wilderness
was this remarkable feature, the retention of
hablls, prejudices, traditions, remarkably no
ticeahlc. Patriarchal leaders in the present
day led hordes of these wandering children
about just as did Abraham in Genesis ami just
as the Atnelikites were led in Exndut and
Numbers. In minor matters the similarity be
tween the existing stale of things in the olden
and jlrcsenl limes went still further. Wbercas
almost the only source from-which the travel
Icr in Europe had occanon to apprehend dan
ger was a railway accident, the daring individ
ual who sought adventure and Interest in
catttrn journeys was compelled lo be pre
pared for the depredations of roblwn, large
lands of whom were constantly moving aUiut
on the look ou for their victims) and he could
assure hi hearers (hat the man who did fall
Into the hands of the: thieve nf the desert,
was almost certain to require the office of a
Unjust judge, loo, he wa sorry to say,
weie the rule instead of the cxccpiloni conic
qucnlly bribes were universally recognised a
indispensable and Justice remained almost a
thing unknown. One of the first things the
friend of the intending eastern litigant would
atk him In connection with ihe projected suit
wat almost always, " I low much can you afford
logite Ihe Judge?"
The Ascent of Mount Ararat was pictu
rcsquclydcscrilH.il by the speaker, A summary
of that description and of the concluding poi
lions of the lecture wilt 1 given next week.
Mr. Max Schmidt of the SihmUl label and
lithographing Conquny of San Kianeisco, U
in town, having returned from the volcano,
considerably braced up by lit trio thither. He
U now looking into business mailers wilh the
hope of building up a little trade with these
WiistU. He takes U departure by thcAJ.
tlntnui 11 , II I CVlolnr 7 Hi,
N'!ithslamlin( the silvrm f a Imly mimltr of
frtrinn limfr tirlnts sinra Ian muting trure hit
ln a nulnrr frrline irllnit ih t.u.lnf.s enm
muftllf, and little !f lintrt tnn lias tran.plrnl outsiiW
ofsmrtnl tinlnm connected llh lli filling ofonlfu
for llio rilier isUn?ls.
On CstimUy U.I Mr. A.Ums snM Ihe ll.vlM.U
Lo rlslmlnllit llows-r mill, Utulns, lostltte mi
ntlili InittMls. yulif a mirt)tr of rsons uttrmltd
lb wle, hut Ihe t-littkrs were fw, M11I ttsnlilna In
tl ttvlm lwTnn tnotltd ilon In llncUtM l,
for Irftyim, The Imw of a rutttl nf immiiio lvn.1 nl
I'uiMrmii etHnprltrnii almui ten seres, forth Htm of
10 JMrs, nil for $,m r annum 'Iht Koa ilco
pUnutlmi tasm, ne , in Uit m sold nt Ihe am
lime nn.1 j-lars were .ttil lo Ihe e;th, lo-ilnv.
Ilieitfitvilurellsl of vessels niis full this seek,
)tl most have iluvteil In lalUst, I'.aport for iheorel,
l.y lh Lily nf Sydney and June A r'nllenlwrf, lilh
for Ssn I runrlsco amount to 1ml slum $),'.
Anolher Iwdness thsmje Is trnted Ihls ttl In ihe
tale ol Mr. I'. I-ltailey't Interest In the 1 en ''enl More
10 Mr William Colli)-, ho niint t'ii James
Jihnson as Ms sitbrney sn.t msniaer
llie dues liy Ihe Alsmeilj, in the istli Instant, te
vest niihlnif srwlit rjmnc In market ritntallnns,
ln-mrrow ill I due the I'.M S S 7ealvihlli wuh
ilaies tn Ihe it A new lime lnl.le of the Pacific
Mall service In Ihls lue shows tluii fite ills III
intervene Ufme their netl ihmn slenintr, Imt the up
slMinett will l more freiiient In ihe netl two months
Vestenlny ihe firsl stlulnhlp of Ihe tratnti, the.
I'urc.ii, atrlvnl on" the jsnit from the Ochnttk, svllli 8.
liarrels of oil, home want ImiiiihI.
Ilmtiihihl Shirk mill Ihintl I! rrhilllt)r,
Session, Moihlar, Oel'iher te, ifiSt.
Haiku Suit-it Oi
Kolula Siijar tit
llie I'lincevilte Plantation Co .
llie Wailuku hng-ir Co
Ihe llnwnihn Agtleiiltutal Co
Makee Sncar Co ,,,
WAimatuhl Sugar L'o
Honoksa Sugar Co., it 500 ir sh. nl, lii
'I he rsoloa MiKar Co,
OoknW Sti(U Co J
WVihee Sugar L'o,
Pacific Mill Co
Kilaues Sugar Co ,. ,
Ilttra Sugar Co
llrove Unncli rianlAllon Co. . .......
Wnlanae Co ,
Union .Mill Co., $750 r share .aiil uii
Olowalu Co, , ,
Stir .Mill L'o
Ilasi Maul riaiititiou Co , ,,,,
Onoinea Sugar Co
l'aukai Sug ir Co
Keclprocily Sugar Co
Ijuitiahoehoe Sugar Co ,
U'.itkapu Sugar Co
Ilakiua Siiar Co
Ilonomanil ujir L'o
the Hawaiian Itatlronil Co . .......
Kaluilui ks.ilro.iil Co
I lawaiisn Hell Telephone Co. ... ,
Hawaiian telephone Co., (Maui) ....
Kami I elephonic Co
II1I0A. Hawaii telephone ft'lcl. L'o,
MIsCniLANKOUS STOCKS AND IIONIIS.
the Honolulu Iron Works Co . .. .
L. lirewer A. Company. (.Mercantile)
IntcmlanU Steam Navigation Co. . ,
Hist .Maul Stock. Co. (Uanch) .
I.. O. Hall & Son, (Limited) . . .
Iwelveierreiil. Ilonjs. . .
Nine percent Hawaiian laimls . ..
Seven I'd tent Hawaiian lmjs
Six percent free from tlov't Ins.
Ononiea Sugar Co, Iton.U, 9 ,er eenl
llaw'n Anne 1 Co. Ilonjs, ; tr eenl .
II. KlKMKNSCn-IIII.HI. Sretelarv
Plainer, Haw Mm, Suss, from San I'raiiaVo. .
Iliscuvtrj.Ainl.klne, I errim.111, from Sin I'ran
CISCO...... ,, ,,,, ,.t
r.liukal, sch, fiom Waialun . . , .
Ilalr-ikaki, sch, Crane, Trom Ililo....
I.ikclike, Mm, Klnj;, from Ililo nnj wav iils
Lily orSiliiej, Ilearliorn, from Sjilney.
VVaunalu, seh, Irom Hakatau ,
MaiiUukawai, sell, from llanamaulu. .
Alameda, Am , Morse, from Sin r'rancl.G.1,
Lalenin, sch, from llanalei
James Makee, Mm, McDonald, from Kauai
.Marion, sell, for KukuihaHe.
Kulamanu, sch, fnim OokaU
Waimanalo, Mm, Nrlwn, from Waimimlo'
Nellie Merrill, sell. Christian, from lahaiiit.
Mary 1 Kosier, sell, from Kauai . ,
Main, sch. from llakalaii .
Mile Morris, sch, from Koobu. ....... .
I.mma, sch, from Koolau..' ., ,,
Uaintxiw sch, from Koolau ... ,
Waioh, sch, for I'.iauluiu , ...,,, ,, ... ,
Wailele, ch, from Maliko , ''
I jhohho, Kh, from Nawiliwlll
Kuropa, Amwlihk. Hiker fromOchotsk,....
City of Sydney, Am s. Dearborn, for SVln
I ranciscu., ....Oct
KiLioea lluu. Mm, Sears, for Knhului ." i-'
Mokuhi, Mmr. .McOrrgor, for Koolau ... '
Ihua, stm, Loienren, for Molukal and liana "
Lhukal, sch for WauluaT: o
J A. talkinlinri;. Am bklne, tuudman, for
San trar.ciscd ,.. ,,, ... '
'"r r noue, ,vm tern, raul, tor fort Town
.MalUgate, lint t.k, Kdkln, for Portiam'l.d. ' "
Marllui Davis, Am Ik, llenson, for llmijkoiir.. "
Likelike, Mm, King, for Hilo anj way lK.ru ' . "
11 aumialu, sch, for Hakalau "
Ceil. Sigel, sch, for Koolau ....
Waimanalo, stm. Nelson, from Waiminalo
alar) Ahcc, sell, for Koulau . , ,-
L'aleriua, sch.for Hanilei . '..
Kauikcioiili, sch, for lluiiokaa,.,. . "' '
Ka Moi, sch, for l.auiahochoc ', '
.Munuokawai, sch, for Kauai -
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
C S. HlIUKKT, Davis i
'-1 i-1! iiuwc . ..... ......
1V.H. DiuoNu, lloudlcll
II. W. Alsiv I rceman .......
CoUKstit, Colliy ,..,,
IllSI,.! KUV. I........,.
... .u,vn,, . ......H,..,
LASlKliA, Morse 4M K.
IU'Koka, (laker tin. wfi. tk.
. . . Am. bklne.
.Am. s. s.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Purts.
IIoston, Am. bk. Cfvlun Ilarslow
Due, Jan. 1 0.1 j. C lirewer 4: Co., aj-enl
IIkumkn, tier. bk. Maiatun... ...Sander
Due Nov. t-s. II. llaekfeld li Co., Atents.
ItKkMKN, I lavs. 14c Kal. Kothfos,
Due Dec. jo-js. H, llaekfeld & Co., Agenli.
L'AVnor, Haw. bk. Iolani. ... . (Jantl
Due Dec. l-lo. llaekfeld & Co., Asenls.
Lonstkaiit, II. I. R. M. b. Kasuovmk- .....
lloisr.KONu, tier bk rmroiticii Uldrun
Due now. It. llaekfeld If Co., Agents.
HosC.kONC, bk IkAKISl's IIlum . , .Smith
IIOM.S-ONO, P.H.S.S. City or 1'iiiciN. .. .
Due on or alout Nov. lo. llaekleld ft Co.
Jaicit, Aiubgine Hazakii, 'Itenicy
Due in ill Nov. A. I", CuokK, Ajent.
jAiiiir, Haw sch Kaii'na laivell
Hue ill an em. A r, uookK, Agents.
,s eAIUS! is, a, si., i,cr LK S.IIKISTINV, V lldfallg
. Due Oil. lo-ju. II. llackreldACo., Alilv
Nsw Ca.tlf, N S W, IlKiiri lji ' " .. -
lor Mahukona. Due now, S. li. Wiklcr 4. Co.,
Ntw ViikK, Am. bk. Spartan .
Overdue. Caslle Cooke, AficnU.
NW VlUK, Hilt. bk. IlKKkV Jahm,,
Due now. Castle Ik CAe, Akenit,
Ociiotsk Ska Am. h. bk. Ksisi-kvu
Due eatlv In Not. A. W. I'.irr Ar I.. .......k
I'nllAlrrillllA, law. Mmr, KlNAll... .Vort Sslimlili
Hue Nov, i s. Wilder X Co., Agenli,
lnT tlAsiaiir, Amtern Dakota...... ..,,., tVen.li
Due Oct. vva II. llaekfeld It Co., it renls.
Pour liAUBIK, Am. bklne. KlIklTAT Culler
Dae Nor. . llaekfeld i Co., agenls.
San Ikancisco, o.s.k. Masimisa Howard
Hue Nov. I W. li. Irwin li Co., ageius.
Svn rsANiiteo, Am. bum. Cirnsi nijs, Pouilns
Due .Nov. yip. W. O. Irwlu Co., agents.
SsN lKAkCIIU-11, lllll. bk. I.AHV I.SUrsiiN ! .(u.t
DusNuv. j-to Cllicwer.1 Co., agtntt,
San tsAKfisio, Haw. bk, Kaiakaua ,,Millr
Hut Nov s-lo. K. A. Sshaefer M Co., sgriili,
Sasi Ikikciku. Anijlern Kmua L'lamihna ,.Matson
roe Hilo J (asadiua St iri. S4.
StN lllANCISell, r.M S.S KAIAXUIA. . Webber
Du.Ott, j; llaekfeld Co., agents.
Kr. Miciiasls, lint i s. HriL Kuck
Due now, II, W McftUnCo., Ageuls.
ViCTusiA. II C, Am. bk. Ainsn llutr. , Ntt
To sail Nov. ist. Ilollcs & Ca, anls
From L'oLrii, per Lily of Sydney, October -'
lajur sod wife, A laiueratisc.
li(UI -Sau trancitfo, per lliscovrry, OeluUrsu
W I Miudeihout, k C Heine, J.w Uuiksv
rrom Sun t'luucitcti, per ALoueda, (VtuUr
W UUsilUk and Mt u.l asuhier, W V HUikI, Mr.
1st KukUiel. Ill K McKlbheii. liw. A Kenny, W C
W Mtt and wife and sou. altt r. I. I'aikei and tldl-
K w I'raaer, li L'ailtou, tr.d And.iw.ii, Al liuu, Mrt
11,1. in.1 I llllifa. tti. Vlrr'..,! '
";.!!' Ir.'.-ui OsioUr ii-WI)l,lu
Saniud talker, J UwruuUin, r II ll)U.u, K 'u
krr. M II alrauurral.
Iw, l. 11 C R IliJi-ies. Ostulvr to-A O
i!u 1ok,,.v',,,' . w'u"i wtii., p p lutwsa.
Irom WaiiluA, ya MiAJiL OctoUr IIU Ksv
J O DWMds air lilt, hJ WUj. t; KUrklji
riow Kabulul. per KsUuea liuu, OssvUc r-ll
UenwsU awl wile, K Wibmom, K ton liupsky, lb
!!"' bfA'A "?' K V' swi.
ill. I k ii.li.. VI, u i...i sliuk..i. rs.. .
W HMiAwjesi. Mm A Mdk J W L Msliu.r., H li
LTuti. M I tW, J vFrfaka. I W.ulxod ihW,
l, L A AoJi.ws (i S ktsrssd.
rr Port ToATtvttwi twtr Aasswlt, OsvtuUc I-C Cr
l.ivsn.)L, Hot. iliipAi.i.KvstwiTliCA.Tli; .Hanlct
line Jan. in-is. '. , Davie. A Ok, Asctiii,
Nsw Castlx,N. if. W., Iltit bk Aunts .Wilson. ,t;Uy
Due Nov. l-io. II. llaekleld at (JL. .v...nt& '
f JC rirt luttiit.iul per Ibiii (ktilwir r- Mrs
A II Merrill
I r San liam i.i , per I it 4" Stdnei rt i ,ir t
I I StMkp.il wife, ami .hildl Ills. S Die J II
Sherer an.1 svir lit lln-lie, II Mnnlej, II I ,rn
.n u-u i i , . tt, , ,. ft
"s ""- " i rrii.r win, , . ninirrn, t isrsiueiK t 111
I or Sin rraiitlwo, per lane A I alknlt. IXtit
t-er i Mr Mrljinrr, I u Voung
lor llongkwn, r Martha il, OttnWr ij -mt
lor Kami, r lis Male, (Violin.) T Ken
neiljr, Mr Irernnn. J I. Ul,hmti,, fay, (IWilAtt,
lor knns nnd Kan, r Iwnlanl, Ortolr to W It
If IL ujlrfta Bew.lfM..IH II II ll.l I.. I . d tae
tor Kmn nnd Kah, t XwnUnu (Mulr toW It
lljilev, wife, ftr family .III' IUI Iv-ln, O C illUm,
II l.lerrtlM. Ie Pot. W tHIUwA), (tr-frf ( ,,fT
Fr KahiI. rrt H ItUlmii, (Mlr Mrlwt.
St. liaiii & u.ir ii. .i.f.ii i. -, ... ... .
.. .: .: l..v si(,iinrn .sir lewis,
Mr llnUrmr, wife, anil rtiihl ill IMean.1 wife, W II
, iMi,rmT, i-lir, WIM, IMIHI 1, ,(He WIHI Wie,VV II
l.e, II l.oelinc, (I II Smllh.
li Maul nl Mlolal ir hua, Ottnlr
lis I t (I Uinitml, ll It II I Ihiioksklnl. Ml.. S I,
ilitMon, W II t umminj., Leeil Itmwn, A I'nm, ll II
site, li r.oeiinir,!! n miin,
li Maul tml Mlolal per llma, OttnUr
1,1 . I ill. ..I..... in I, it in., t.i.i ... T.
lor Kshuhil, per Klliueallmi, Oiiorwrti -Mrs lib
I'aikrr and t thIMrtn, I' I Ihotnton, I Iwitln, Mli.
I I' U-...I I SI I - I tl ll... i'i. ..
., ' .iiiiit, j ,. iiornrr, j i initrain, n
lor Windward I'mle, ir Mkehk, O loUr t
t' Nnlley.WF lllamk' S II Uinr, II RUlahl
rt liroer, .iltsj Austin, J Klinger an.l wife, M Klnliey,
i nimey. tt r luamk, ,1 ll nose, vv II Klctahl, K
Uvery, 1 Mlcaiilr, (I W Kelley, I Rlihardson, C I'
!."t.''.Vo" '.rmrVy'. ' ' llV-llm, W V Horner,
.Mrs II Lornwell. ll ll.l.un, I, II llmnsK, W I'r.ld
...J I Wll 1 S-l k . .....
..w.,0, i. ,'mi,i,j iiit, ,, ,i iniirews, air lerkiAnet,
From San r'ranelsi, per II W lmy, (Klftlwr in
.nn iie.ne) a -son 1 17 ks tnwi-tles , Arnold ft fn ,
J.1 millet, ton Inlet hay ; I I trttiout, 1 es tallies,
Its trunks, 1 M dry aft, 4 cs code, et mmtrr, 1
btlstalm-m 1 Milder A Co,, 1) bit hay, . tie salt, i
ks nmldlmits, 6.1 ski Usn : IHvlesft Co., ten Ut.
lime, Jrai Nolt, jo Mnvee, it pk ettilingt I'.
Mclnerney, 8 pigs candy and nd7urnlture ; (Irln
latum Lo 9 dry fjisaU, I II dry gr, 10 es
bonis, 3 es paprr, 3 es cigars, 1 e shots, liocs.Uir
Itols-ttson I lis, 11 pkns iairr and Matlonrty 1 R
tlriever;.Vg.)aT t ( JlkSa.l. 11 pkesimnk.t M
Mclnerney. 6 pkgt hats ; llsll ft Snn, ,j tin
letlher ; llamillon Johnson, pn Iks lairly, ! tit
isaaloea fo hks onions, ti.i tks oali, ,, .ks lljur :
',' r' '"iwer, 3 iis piaster, 9issnairi iMlltngliSm Kt
2xt . If litis nalnl . Llilns tirini. ,r.i l.,f. ,n...l...kll. .
Lanle Liaike, s cs lard, 3 krgs lard, JJ...I shingle.,
Il,i.r, bricks, liaiiks lultle)
rroin nan rraml-eo, r llisroverv, (Xlobel to
llaekfeld Al Lo. 1 ea furniture, s.it .1. il. . .
flints , es e.ittl ige, t hatnesi, j e wine, lit 1 1 Uv,
$jolt tcram an I reel, pigs iinket, 1 felloe., 1 l.n
etsinder, ts bils lime, 3 es cotton gi.odi, i ikhis,
i.L,. ri.i I jb f'rt . .,7: . i, ' 1
, '. 'i 'i J', " "" a ss .iiMionrry -f iioirii ti
I dmallon, 1 csltoiks, 1 c italkmtty; Sullivan, llutk
le, Cis, its it. tails, 1 pkg .kins 1 lohn A I ik,
ctclltna, JCtlil). Mrs. I lamias lank, 8 et tewing
IliathineS. t cssewillLt malhirie.l Kjiiii. M 1.1 1..
j kit Rla..wate, s; pkgs hanlwate, j kei fieerer., t
I es Imitilir, J Kales, I es nolkais, t il dusiert, t
kgs Inrrowsi Hall A Son, US bit o.ii S Ruth,
j Ins furniture ; (Irintcium A Co., to Ins furniture
lies dt) g.aali, lOtiiller), lo tt tlgatt, let lublr
Howl., i nwmiilet, t.o tk lloiir, 45; pkg. .mettles,
itStksfeetl, 1 bndli pkiw handles, 1 c wliiillelr.es,
6 C lIlOCS 1 VI I (Iff A Cn. t CJl ntnifilners. ,r..El .
csriiblarr, 13 !ep-l.iddert, 1 es laaik., tsf o nmimild w
5J I'tgt Riocetiet, 15 bis hit, j, J ,),, fla,,, ot,
tuts, 6 es clothing, toes oil, t cs white Itad, i bis
wigun., 1 es saddler), set bouts, 1 c. dry gis.li, 3 c-s
Inrdwnie, letclnlk, 3 tads l.imi I Ink, 1 et brushes,
3 es wooilen wate, 1 es ronleens, 1 es biatklng, 1 bos
siamges, tee stationer), 8C9 !i ash plank, it) Ct gat
dines, 1 pkg ; I' M 1 1 soli, a is furniture ; May A Co.,
-s.t-.,.c-i K""i, 170 pans Kroierie., Tto Iks Hour,
tui sks lieins, 868 pkijs urocenes llolli.ler A t o., 1
cs acid, jj earl.ivs acid j Sclnefer A Co., tij sk. Ur
ley ; Allen A Rol Insun, sj kegs lend, 3 cs paint, isn
loot, 4 iVa' window, i M .Mclnerney, tj rs loot, and
...,...,, . ,, ,, k'-s.ikn j psKs (laruwate, 1 IiIce
rublitier, I cs notions, 9 rolls leather. I ct ilniii.e,v. ,
ct wooden ware, 1 ca laniis, lea plated ware, 3 c
medicines, 8 p5gs fiirmtiire I I) ivies A Co , 8un If tks
..;,..., ....h,,, yu., c, (kits ii.irnwaic; LaMIe tit
ilojrs, 41 ijnckage. sash 1 c. fancy (roods, 1 l.ix l',il
heads j I. R Miles, too hales hi), 974 feed, l mule
.3 ,,..v-, ...... ,..,,. ,s 1 trnin.iii, 5 pkgs; .lilies
l.ros, lo bis hay, 08 bogs feed, 1 In michinery, 1 plow
pole ; ing Mo Chan A Lo , 648 pkgs ineiehaiidise.
Irom Australia and New Zealand, tarr I ity of
Sydney, Oitobei 11- Mclnt)te A llro, 15 ts meals,
llaekfeld IS. to., 36 cs biiiicr, 81 cs provisions; I I
Mossman. 5 c muskets ; Ordrt, j cs 1 1 nits, to es lug
page, let saddler). Ill Iran. u, too; pkgs and 70 bd
live stock; vntue coin, $790,16.47
from San rrnnclsco, r I'lanirr, OeloWr to lr
wm.VLo., tsobtl. bine, tl,esi brick.; II I'ltallwlu
icspbno; 11,1,1 S. N. Lo., tao sks rn.il, i,Mii,
15 litis salmon, 1547 1 kgssnxtriM ami leeil
Irom l'oil lownsend, r Cou-ser, Oclola-r 17 -Allen
A. RoUnsun , 471,03s ft lumlarr, 3135 rw t.ists,
JofVoo laths, 810 bmlls shingle.,
Irom San IVaneisco, r Alamedi, Oi tuber aa
Macfatlane A Co . tooca and iri t.rla 1. . 1. .. .-I .
ng, 15 cs whiskey, aoiblslia), a l.udls lings 75osk
feed, aotixaauides. to skt muds. itrL. f.t,i... ,..L.
age ; I Mnttis, t roll leather ; Lnsile M Cooke, 9 cs
-,., 11. k t-i u. ,a.s hiiu iiouis iron, I3kgsnaru
ware, 1 bss lajoks, 50 cs salmon; Allen .L Robinson,
tas.Kegs nans, o pans wiuitows, K h Smilli, 1 kitchen
cabinet; Pacific llrldge L'o, 100 pkgs bridge materials ;
I. . ' . -, a -I'-m , -iii'auilll CS l-O, t
carts; I I.Sttdt. a cs photo goods, t cs elawt; Pal
mer and I hacher, 7 cs drugs and lioiiles j CO Herges,
6 iron safes; Irwin X. Co., 987 lame meal, 7C07 r w
posts, 617 pkgs assorted groceries, hirduarr.clolhing,
liootsand shoes, dry Roods ; J I' Wntethou-e, 37 pkgs
hardware andttk goods, 1 cs samples ; HolWhlaeger
A Co, 11 pkgsTCtton goods; Hawaiian llrll lelefdiKie
Lo. 7 t'kes Hardware ; D I, Ahplun, too sks Hour ;
l,)can .1: Co, 4 pks furniture, t cs Insttumenls; Ilollis
tires Co, 11 cs tobacco ; Dilliiigliam A Co, 33 pkgs
,-s- .i j--. "" , , 1. 1, -iiarsnaii, 75 ca lajta
toes, 40 bss onions 103 bsi apples; II) nun llton,
11 pkgs lioootf and sliocsanil riilton. - (' I I i.t.l . 1-.
clothing, hoots and shos ; I hlersa: L'o, 3 cs dry gomls,
e cs uphostery goods ; Honolulu Iron Miirks I cart, 1
crato iier, 311 pkgs hardware and crucibles ; llrown
A Phillip, 9 pkgs pliiinlars' Rtaal. j lirewer A Co,
-" K "'. - nuer -v hk, let piruaegmg, 1
brlclassware: M I'llltlius St Lo. in ri.sr.Oi... ..
dry goods hats, and clothing, 1 cs lau, tS ca holler
and ejigs, it pkgs furniture ; Hamilton Johnson, 180
pkgs groceries; SJ I evey ft Co., 5 cs bullet ; Win
rennell, 4 cs saddlery ; Kennedy and Co, isOct gro.
cenes : Srcsovich, (.r.i), and Lo, 133 cs fruit and
vegetables, 1 to cs apple, and e.lrs ; .M .Mclnerney, 73
c. Iruit nnd vegetable, 1 c shoes; Hoard of (.dura
tion, 3 cs hooks; Wells Pargo S. lis, 23 etptcM tack
ages, t liagcom; 39 pkgs merchandise lu address and
117010 cuincse linns.
For San Francisco. larrCIle'r.f lolmv- .mvi 1.L1,.
Mljar, ifit.stj Ilia; 477 buclis lunnna.s ; 5 laises Utel
leaves ldomcMIC value, $tt,s&6.u7.
For S.1II I'ranetsco. ner lan A F.ill.nl. a.
pkgs sugar. 50x494 lbs ; 50 pkgs tlce, 65,000 lbs
domestic value, $33,497.61.
Tlie follovtini! interestine staienient of sin.ar
values from four plantations and one mill-
last year's ) ield Ins lieeii furnis)ieil liy Messn.
(!. V. iMacf.irlaiiL- S. Co. "'Iliey represent
llio respective values jier ton of last croji's su
t;ar" all grades consinctl liy Hie firm to
San Francisco, "as per net returns from tlut
$14 00 per ton.
I..... 1 jB to jier ton.
..... 137 as twr totK
' IJJ 66 per Ion.
.... 119 03 jrr Ion.
"It would lie in'
As Mr, Macfarlnnc savs
tcre'stini! toliaic all such returns nuliliitii
it would tend to provoke a lieallliv- rivalry
TIIK OH VMM Kit.
Ijugh and growfat-and advetils.-sv'4,iJcisir.
Tlie nrindstonc is the one niece of inivli.iti.
ism in use liy nil nations nnd witli all it Is
identical in lorm ami principle. Lverylxaly
Ins an aiPto (,'rintl. l.ouII Ciliuii. That is
very true, liut If you buy your axes of K. O,
Hall & Son, I.Imiled, jou arc less unlikely to
hate much ;iindini;tiiilti liccausc of llie ex
cellence of the material employ til in their
The follovvinp, recipe for maklnp; "Salmon
1'ie" it (10 lie) taken frotn'llw "Hawaiian
Cook Hook" (for SS8) "Take one sail
salmon, pick it liilo sliretls, soak oyer nlfiht In
coin water. Make a sauce of Hour, duller and
water, season willi a lilllc cslery, ursleytir
Imisc reildlsli, lloil tlio tlireildeil salmon
twenty minutes ami (aiur river It the flavored
sauce. Hake with thin upper crust, first
class salmon, flour and riiiltcr lo make this
most piijuant pic, are for' sale liy Castle &
" Will )ou walk Into my urU,"
SaU llio iplder lu tht Hi
'tit lh tllics hill parlor
'thai ever yenidnl spy."
" I am no spider, said the vntirptitini: head of
Ihc firm of Lycan K. Co., and my (tailor It
pretty liig and rather crowded, as you sec.
Hut If )ou want ii)iltlniin the muslc-lio. line,
now, I hate liy far the lincsi line of music
Inmcs tliat cyci came Into this market, They
tainje in pilce from one luitulrnl ami twenty
five rents to one hundred and Iwerdy-fivc
tlollarti ami the tlBi.icij.te of I unci played it
over one hundred and (wt-nly fiive llwuitiiul.
more or lu.s."
Kuniysun Utng had an aL;uiiient with dm.
fucpV i;rcal;;re-if tjiamluni iis,u llie sjilijeti
of our haviiio, three caii, ' lie proved that ium
cai was ul for hearlni;, whilst ttc hare Iwu
for onument -total I lime. Confucius Juninr
saM i "lie provcai his poaliion with diOicully,
anil still leavtst ut with Lui two visllile tsut )
would it not l hctler to acceH ihc ttiei
view llut we luve itully but two can, ami U-
visually correel In llie iKin,!!!?" I'liits-c
ling Wi gave hU tridkl at follows 1 ' Cwi
ftMiout U uiimgrr in fact than In logic, but
fa ft akso l. " am) there It no feet more
tutttH tu the buslitfM hmiitaj ot 'Honolulti
than the cxHKe of ttse txnk turswd osv
iws live Uuk lWly of T. 0. Thrtua.
"""i i" "" Fsuiiiuii, m.i ti.. uotir, t ct liooas,
McLenn llros, lopkjjs drugs; C Willisms, 110 pkgs
luriuture, 10 tks bran ; 1 1) nun liros, 6; pkgs clothing,
boots, and ihves, I'eirce A L'o, IS pkg. ship rhind.
lerv : .MeLhcsnev.v: Son. 01 lum. i I wrP. At I-....1 . .
-IP II It SALB
Inliuil.lr Lrntnt nf lllrr I'lnnlntlnn
l.lrtne,l frsm Saiioilay, October tolh,
THIS SATURDAY, OcloW 88th.
Intuit, .llnrl., I in ll r m ni I; dr.,
.11 .'ifil, Onhll,
I hav ticenlnsltutlnlby AKI, Mfcelver duly tn.
ptatxnl f lU atsen f tht Mstttnia KHsj pUnttilon
Cninpany, bl ih ilistitet of l!wa, Oahu, In hU at my
SalesnSvnl In I l&iinlutu,
sniHii.v, oeionKit ,ru
at It o'tlock, noon,
'the fallowing valuable prtfly, tit ,
t hewd of wntklnK oven,
Ahoill Jon fowls
3 pur harrow!
And idlier Implements of Kit Cultiir
The Lumber and other Material
Used In the ctlistiutllnn of Iwtl flume! now ually
SI.Vt.KAI. lll'SIIIAIII.r. LIUSKS'
VAI.O.MII.i: MICK LiNDS
At Mauana, Kwa,
Having about 9 years ytl lotuii.
'Hie rlvlleje id'siilrlenlng ii the Irttnt of a leai
now held by said I ompany,
Vsliiabln Rloit mid Knln luand and
Al SAID MAUAN'A,
fort term of 9 tears and 11 moiilhs from ihe til day
til Dceemlair, 1183.
rill. 1 1 1 IP. In Pee Simple 10 APANA 3 in Ihe III
Alna of Maewaewa, In said doltiel of I'.wa, Oahu.
tlT 1 he proiielly In rjueallon may l seen tia,u apiilica-
, linn 1,1 AUon llie reniies in l.wa. HieUa.es
liny la- esanuned and other Information hail at the
law office of Lhiteme W. Aihfotd, Allttnst lr
s.ild receiver, In Honolulu.
P- P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
rAi.ir.iiii.r. iinvsi: i.ut.h
ON lilt PLAINS, HONOLULU.
I have lieen Instructed by the I'.seculoi. and Ttus.
lees of the Will of CHAKLLVI I IL'OMII, deceaied,
lo sell at my salesruoni, lu Honolulu on
Saturday, Noveralser llth,
at It o'ctack, tuam,
THOSK TWO VALUARLK lk
On I'tiisaoola Mrcel, between ItetetanU and Kinau
lleing lots numbcteit 141 and 13a Dn the Ouverii.
nupof Kuliukahua Plaint.
'these lots are very favorabl) .ilualed, and oiler an
excellent opiOrtunity for Investment. Ihey (together,
have a frontage of 300 feet on Pensacola street, ami tru
reel on lierelania sltett, and n feet on Kinau tlteel.
Pille, Fee jmnpfe,
tST Dced.al Kaicns of utchaier.
K. P. AIIAMS, Auctioneer.
T EASK OP PADDOCK NKAH PUNAHOU
n HATtiiin.ir, ocnniKH ami,; ihhs,
AT it 0'CI.OCK NOON,
AT SIV SSLKSKIHlM
I will oiler a Leas for lit years
itf lit anil DJ-IDIIIhm ,lrrr nf land
l.jlng between the Oahu College premises and ill
tland of Mr, Maniue,.
Tlie lalid is suilablo for I'a.lure, tt em loud by uon
wall and wire fence, and It well grown wilh Algcrul
Sr-4t li. I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
AN OKDr'K OP TIIK HON. A. P. JUDO,
Chief Juulce of ihe Supreme Court, dal.d
April to, 1(83, mithodiint- Ih
tls of Certain Partmsnhlp Ascsrmati
In whkh Mr. Kdward purtlcnau It Intertittd,
I AM INtTIISnill TO
EleL AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Satartlajr, Onto.tr MUth
AT 11 u'tUKS H., AT SAI kitiaiM,
Th CUlm of th PUm of II. Ilackhld C
II. Turtoo, Bsii, ol)Laliiu, Matd,
Now imuuutliiif to
Kreui.d by naaicive on the Pkmser Mill IttnuiiuaU
ldialua, sotjul 10 lirst moriif lit fsvve af
Jat L'araplwll, ,
1IIB ALCOU.ST WII.I, IIK IsOI.II
A. standuitt on llut day U aal. I list it, QttoJUt ssi.
AH ils4iiMei,i, u UHt(att, aitaiM, etc, rttr
r jo; 111 Ik abut sUIai, tan U mu oh (,lirtiiie at
II IULKIHLD ft tja.,
', ' l