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The politicians of the government
arc nt work to secure for themselves the
votes of the eo)lc, and scarcely a stone
has been left unturned to convince the
native mind of the valuable services
which have been rendered by the
present administration to the nation at
large J and especially has the great
premier in all possible attitudes been
represented as the central figure in the
drama which lias, and is, being played,
and no v ruple of conscience has been
allowed to interfere with a wholsale
varnishing of truth to meet the needs
of an administration that truth could
only damn. It remains to be seen,
however, that the native voter is to be
eternally fooled by the soft tones of a
silvery tongue, or to be bribed of his
birthright by promises of pottage that
have become famous only in their
violation. It is plain to be seen that
the government realizes the fact that
its existence in its present state of
rottenness, is dependent upon the
election ol a class of men that
arc intellectually deficient or morally
Incompetent to distinguish between
right, and wrong. To the end that
such shall be elected, the machinery
set to work by the administration, eitner
directly or indirectly, has been various
and complicated. Itut it is gratifying
to know that a more silent, but perhaps
more discriminating clement has been
at work to rcconnoitcr the enemy's
camp and to note that which may be
advantageously used in the now deter
mined campaign of right against vvronc
The opposition, properly so called, has
iiu particularly scrrei organization, anil
needs to use no unfair means by which
to secure a proper ticket ; at the .same
time, it is neither necessary nor prudent
that it should give its opponents any
chance to work upon its developments
lor their own advantage. Let it be
well known, however, that a reform
party, of Ho sectarian views, has become
a fac t ; that that party is ready to meet
on any terms those who may be in op-
pusuion, expecting me nest, and not
fearing the worst. And this party only
asks that all those who have a vote
shall place it, without fear, where it be
longs. bach individual voter, whether
of aboriginal stock, of foreign parents
but native born, or merely naturalized,
will be called upon to help decide in
the placing of his vote, whether we
shall tend longer towards the establish
ment of an autocracy with its depressing
aueimanis. or wnetiier we shall estab
lish a set of rules in legislation that
shall tend to do away with the ignorant
pretences of pom), and establish by
law, rules of government that will equal
ize the claims of all, irrespective of
traditional authority, of wealth, or other
inordinate influences that tend to sap
tne foundations ot individual human
'foil n i -o it TiiuvatiT."
Hy the last mail the following news
was received : A special attorney of
lie Pacific .Mail Steamship Company
in New York lias gone to Washington
for the purpose of making an appeal
jo the secretary of'state to protect the
interests of the company against the
monopoly granted to the Oceanic
Steamship Company in carrying
Chinese immigrants to the Hawaiian
Islands. It is understood that Mr.
Sprctkcls has agreed to .forego his con
tract for bringing Chinese from Hong
kong, provided the Pacific Mail will
withdraw its Australian line Irom the
I Iawaiian route. The Pacific Mail is
said to have no intention of taking its
Australian steamers from this port but
that company will appeal to the Ameri
can government against the prejudicial
action of the Hawaiian government;
and lay the matter before the next ses
sion of the American Congress. The
reciprocity treaty is supposed to guar
antee the rights of American vessels.
It is claimed that if Mr. Sprcckels
brings in Chinese it must be by the
vessels of the Occidental and Oriental
Steamship line or other vessels Hying
the British dag.If Chinese are brought
here the Pacific Mail claims the right
to compete with the ships of any
nation; and contends that its rights
under the treaty are violated by con
trary action. The important inllucncc
of the Pacific Mail Company in favor
ol the treaty has been made in the be
lief that the treaty would benefit
Amerjcan commerce and particularly
American shipping. It is well known
j, that Pacific Mail has great inlluence
with men in power, bbth in and out of
congress, and it now appears that the
company may be driven by the late
, r action of the government to use its in
J fluence and weight in congress against
, the reciprocity treaty.
Hon. H. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister Resident at Washington,
made an address at the annual meeting
of the American Hoard of Commis
sioners for Foreign Missions in De
troit, October 4th last. The address
is characterised by the lioston Conga'
Rationalist as exceedingly instructive,
"lie gave noble and unanswerable teat I
iwony to the moral transformation
which had been effected tlirouuh
Christianity in the prevailing character
ol the jieopie. I rue there had been
a ijccrvasc in ttie population, but that
decrease would have been greater vet
after the kind of civilization vv hich com-
.brings had reached the islands.
it not lecn for Christian truth and
and character. The Hawaiian
is not doomed to either extinction
or altsorptiou. The next census may
show an actual increase." A compli.
mental? reference to Queen Kapiolani
was heartily cheered.
Traiisiucific journalists are pro
yerbially plain-spoken, and the follow
mg valedictory address from an Arkan
sas editor is c-specal'y frank, He says:
"1 procured the jiosition merely to
secure office; and now that I have been
elected countable of this precinct, I
step aside to give some other aspiring
man a dunce. I have nude many
friends, and killed two men during my
wUorial ireer, for which I am thank
M and deeply indebted to this com
nniinn irmx inn vovvi.atiiix.
We have seen some statistics pre
pared for the forthcoming Hawaiian
Annualwhich show arontimicdmajoritv
of deaths over births among native
Hawaiians. The Itoston Congrega
tionalism quoting the Hawaiian Minister
Resident at Washington, takes a less
gloomy view of the outlook than the
facts warrant .my one here in doing.
I.icptor, lust, leprosy and many other
less deadly, less loathsome but equally
apparent causes, arc increasing the
yearly death-roll and decreasing the
yearly birth-rate of the tinmhed
Hawaiian race -in a ratio that makes
every generous spectator wince. Few
savage peoples have better deserved
preservation than the aboriginals of
these islands. 'I here was never a more
sincere, a more gallant, or a more abso
lute!) fruitless effort in human history.
than the effort of the American mission
aries to preserve the Hawaiian people.
This is not sa)ing that the effort has
done no good. It brought a teeming
imputation out of brutal savagery and
fratricidal butchery into the compara
tive sunlight of outward decency anil
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Tuun;-wiiit- ii:tL"t i luriaw. u mission
ary inlluence might have had unre
stricted sway in these islands, there
would have been less drunkenness, less
licentiousness and a consequently
smaller death rate. The student of
Hawaiian lustor) who sees a different
reading sees through the jaundiced eyes
of unreasoning hostility to morality and
restraint. The delencfers of sucli men
as in formcrjears disgraced the navies
of England, France and the United
States, have little sympathy with those
high minded commanding officers of
the nations mentioned, whose apprecia
tion of missionary influence is writ in
the enduring annals of this nation.
If it be idle to spend time in the dis
cussion of what might have been done
for the Hawaiian race, it is certainly
not idle to discuss what may best be
done to promote an immigration quali
ficd to fill the places of those who arc
gone or, with such swift certainty, arc
going. So far immigration has given
us representatives of many nationalities.
Uxcept from four races, a majority have
come as merchants, speculators, inves
tors, or to fill clerical or governmental
positions. The laboring class has been
drawn chiefly from four sources,
mentioned in the order of their
numerical status here: China, the
Azores, the South Seas and Germany.
Only the two sources first mentioned
have given us laborers on which em
jilovers have been able to rely, either
in point of numbers or in the quality
of the work performed. The excep
tions in favor of certain islanders from
the South Seas, and a few of the many
Germans brought here for plantation
labor, must be considered confirmation
and not contradiction of the rule above
stated. There is still undoubted use
for the Chinese now here. Hut the evils
of unrestricted Chinese immigration
arcalso undoubted and toounmistakablc
to be denied. The Portuguese -has
proven htmscll an admirable foil to the
Chinese. Kach has done better for the
presence of the other. The compe
tition of the Chinese is a wholesome
example to the equally frugal, more
really willing, yet less plodding Portu
guese; the presence of the Portuguese
goes far towards preventing those petty
strikes and small combinations at which
the Chinese is bo practical an adept.
Hut there are others to be considcr-J
ed besides the planters. The planting
class includes a fair proportion of the
brains, the cultivation and the integrity of
the kingdom. Yet planters are humans,
and there is nothing so human as self
interested error. One need not look
far into the past to read the words of
one of the most prominent planters on
the islands, who values men as so much
muscle and their labor as so much
machinery. We need muscle, we need
labor and labor-saving machinery; but
we need also intelligence, morality and
obedience to law. Nothing promotes
the' latter qualities as do home ties and
home influence. The Chinese who,
come here with their wives ought to be
welcomed; those who come here unmar
ried ought to be limited by strict regu
lations. As a rule the male adult Por
tuguese brings his family; as a rule the
Chinese does not. It is to be consid
ered also ithat, as a rule, the Portuguese
comes to stay; as a rule, the Chinese
comes to go away again. In many
ways the Chinese is a sociat locust eat
ing a portion of the community's sub
stance and then flying away. Not so
the Portugueseif California is a fair
example. In many of the fairest por
tions of that state, the Portuguese far
mers ate in numerical supremacy, own
their own land, cultivate cart-fully, keep
good live stock, produce largo crops
and, "go in for local politics." They
are counted good citizens in California;
and they ought to prove themselves .is
Two points in favor of Portuguese
immigration ought to be always remeni
bored. The first point is this: The
proH)sition that producers are the real
wealth of a country is part of the A H C
of political economy. Hy a table ap
bended to a local article on tin- sime
subject it is shown that within the ast
four j ears eight thousand Portuguese
have landed here rather over a third
ui mem auuu maics nt a cost to tne
country of only about $600,000, of
which sum the planters have paid a
large share, livery Portuguese family,
no matter now irugai, becomes a con
sumer of dutiable goods and each adult.
maic becomes a tax payer. The
government revenue is directly increased,
by every male adult who comes into'
the country, and indirectly benefited
by the presence of every family.
Granting that each man, woman and
child who comes to Hawaii as an immi
grant purchases yearly $jo to $30 worth
of dutiable goods anil the estimate
is low the return is a handsome
interest on the government's invest
ment The second oint .is also
brought out by the local article referred
to: The "arrangement which seems
likely to le made whereby each head
of family will receive a wage sufficient
to enable him to assume the food
supivort of his family, will induce him
to utilize the labor of that family. If
our laws may be so intclliucntlv carried
out that the rudiments of an F.nglih
education may be taught the young
Azorcans, and Azorcan women are al
lowed to perfonn only the lighter sorts
of manual labor, the new arrangement
cannot fail to benefit both planters. and
MwigraiKs uki prove v vftolesomt
check to the frequent
There is no doubt that the Azorcan
is eiuincntly'fitted to meet the require
ments of plantation labor. He can
stand semi tropical labor as a German
or Norwegian cannot, and generally
he docs not consider himself degrad
ed by being asked to labor alongside of
Lhincsc or otiicr dark skinned people.
He is a born lalxircr, an agriculturist
by instinct and a small fanner by train
ing and tradition. All his tastes arc
rural or suburban. If rightly controlled
and justly treated the Azorcans and
Chinese bid fair to continue the bone
and sinew of the land, performing its
manual labor, assisting in its handi
crafts, developing its undiscovered or
forgotten agricultural Kssibilitics and
filling the niches of retail and distribu
tive trade. Moth races arc still neces
sary to the country ' harmonious devel
opment, though the Portuguese propor
tion is as yet too small. So we wel
come those who have but just landed
from the Hell Rock and trust that
others may follow them at no distant
day and we wish this not merely in
the interest of the plantations, but in
the interest of the commonwealth.
nisi: axii 0111 r.nwisi:.
One of those unforttiuatc illustrations
of bad editing which the best regulated
newspaper households can not always
avoid, made the Gazette of last Wed
nesday praise Mr. Gulick in its local
columns and insult him in an editorial.
One can imagine no deeper depth of
iuii. u iiii.uii iii.ui in i,u lllSCUSSCCI in
public as occupying the peculiar ana
tomical relation to Mr. Gibson indi
cated by the Gazette.
Hut no matter what one may think
of the consistency or good taste of the
editorial brimstone and the local treacle
which the Gazette ladled out for Mr.
Gulick's benefit last Wednesdays there
can be no doubt tr-at the official men
tioned does "not care a tinker's whis
tle "about the rights of any one not
manifestly in the shadowy, ill-defined,
yet not less real circle of "the govern
The Gazette has a sensible sugges
tion about forming a salvage corps of
citizens to protect property at fires.
This suggestion has been drawn out by
Mr. Horn's strong indictment of police
inefficiency elsewhere printed in this
issue. An underwriters' lire-patrol, like
that of San Francisco, supported in
part by the insuracc companies, by pri
vate subscription and by fixed govern
ment aid, would be still more to the
The Gazette's (ling at the church
going of Captain Toll's police watch
bvas entirely uncalled for. It is not less
church-going that the police need but
I.cUis admit Marshal Parke's good J
qualities all the long list or them.
Yet let us not shut our eyes any longer
to the lact that he is not the man to be
at the head of the police department.
" Marshal of the Hawaiian Kingdom
for thirty years P The sentence has a
sonorous ring. Let the nation pension
Marshal Parke and then cry "Pau."
A younger man, a more active man, is
needed; a man with better executive
powers, with more moral force above
all, with initiative.
The foregoing is w rittcn in all kind
ness. Yet it is not hoped that Mr.
Parke or his friends will appreciate it.
Hut if the general public does not ap
preciate it we are sadly mistaken. We
think they will be far more likely so to
do after reading the Marshal's recent
If Mr. Walter H'll of Moreno notor
ity, reform-school prestige and Hulletin
fame will bring forward" the "unim
peachable living witnesses" who know
so much good about Mr. Moreno, and
will produce the "undeniable written
documents" he makes such parade
about, the writers for the Press, and
those who have noticed Mr. Hill's
pompous swagger, will gladly credit
that vain little gentleman with beint?
less foolish than he seems in flaunting
to the public gaze his friendship for the
The International Fisheries Exhibi
tion in London closed on the 31st
ultimo. Hawaii will hold its heart (anil
its noc) in breathless expectation, till
the piscatorial premier's ill-pickled fish
arc heard from.
I.ATK fDHK I (IX XKHS.
.!( frum llrlulirr IHIIi, to Xvrrmlirr Int.
The San Francisco Alta has a new
and handsome dress.
Madame Modjeska was dangerously
ill in Philadelphia when the Mariposa
left San Francisco.
The son of lav Could and the
daughter of John Jacob Astor are to
multiply their millions by marriage.
It is reported that He Hrazza, the
French explorer, has been killed in a
light in the Congo country, Africa.
Mr. Rollin P, Saxc's Hereford were
put in quarantine in San Francisco on
the arrival or the City of Sydney.
A geological survey proves the maxi
mum depth of the. whirlpool rapids at
Niagara to be 75 feet.
Illaine and Lincoln are'the choice of
thq Virginia Republicans for president
Revolutionary riots by Portuguese
Republicans on "the t6th ultimo, re
sulted in several wounds but no deaths.
The King of t'ortugal is said to
think seriously of abdicating, because
of the socialism now ramiant in his
Four thousand unstamped letters
were seized on board thcTokto, in San
Francisco recently, Isjnught by Chinese
who hoj)t'd to save jiostage.
It is announced that Miss Dora
Miller, daughter of Senator John V,
Miller, of California, will marry early
neM year Lieutenant Clover of the
The National Woman's Consress.
which closed at, Chicago on the 19th
ultimo, elected live following officers;
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe of Rhode Is
land, president; Mi F.lla C Chapman
of New: York, secretary ami Mis. Hen'
rwtta U Wokott of Massachusetts,
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uii-i 1. isicnarci. inrmcriv .1
Honolulu merchant, died in Norwich,
Connecticut, on the Jist ultimo, aged
Frank J. Mellis, brother of Mr. A. M
Mcllis of this city and himself at one
time in business here, died in Oakland
on the 30th ultimo, aged 31.
The San Francisco Chronicle of the
30th ultimo, mentions at some length
the wedding of Miss Annie llryant, a
society belle of Sacramento, to Mr.
J. Horner, of Honolulu.
The International Geodetic Confer
ence is invited to meet with the Scien
tific Congress at Washington next year,
to discuss the proposition for the estab
lishment of a universal meridian.
The celebration on the 2 th ultimo
of the 1 ooth birthday of Sir Joseph
MotHefiore, the eminent Jewish philan
thropist, has been general among He
brews ail over the world.
The Sultan of Turkey has decreed a
change in the dress of his feminine
Hereafter lurkish women
some heavy material over
Lace is to be done away
Hismarck introduced a bill in the
German Heichstag, on the 26th ultimo,
providing that no German citizen can
emigrate whose obligations to country,
family, creditors or employers are
In the Episcopal Convention, in ses
sion at Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, on
the 26th ultimo, Rev. Mr. Che t wood of
California offered the following, which
KtsclvtJ, That In consideration of (lierqxiu
of the Joint Commiltec on I'rajcr-llook, no
motion shall bo made orcnlcitaincil. Invnlslni'
changes hy way of corrections In the I'ra)cr
DooW, not containcil in the rcKrt of the Joint
Two months ago the Chinese force
on the Yunnan frontier numbered
gooo, all armed with modern weapons.
At Hacnimh there were 5000 Chinese
troops. It is very probable that the
French will soon succeed in driving the
Chinese from Tonquin, but the real
conflict will only commence when the
frontier has been reached.. Tonquin
will then be another Achecn, but on an
immensely larger scale. 1 lie only ap
parent solution ol the dilliculty is a
compromise or a French advance on
Office of Superintendent ot Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 188a.
All persons having Water Privileges are notified that
their Water Kate are jKnable semi-annually, in ad.
vance, at the office of the Superintendent of Water
Work,, foot of Nuuanuu Mreet, iion the nt day of
January and July or each jear. C. 11. WILSON,
1 V tf Suerin;cndent Water Work.
A Successful Home! A JuccestuI House t A slnL.
Ing instance of success In a Retail Pry Goods' way Is
afforded by Ihe LeadinR Milinery I louse of Charles J
r'ishel, corner Fort and Motel streets. 'Ilie Proprietor
Mr. Hslicl lias acquired the art of holding custom Any
Dry Goods House can, hy freely advertising, ir.xw cus
tomers, once or twice; hut to hold tliem, asd enjoy their
confidence, calls for the eserelse of tact ami liberality.
Goods must be marled don and sold for what they
are: ncser misrepresent an article. That Is the pulley
of Charles J. Kishel, and that policy lias made the firm
one of the greatest in lit line, on the leading thormir.h
fire of Honolulu. The I eadini: Millinery Store of
Charles J. Fischel, is to llttiolulu what Macj's is tu
New Votl. Charles I. Fishel mates a siieciallv of .Mil
linery. IS" The store is one of Ihe slants of the cits.
Ladies and Gentlemen vuiting San Francisco will
find very desirable Furnished Rooms l.n Suit and Sin
gle at No. 137 Montgomery St, Corner Hush. Mrs.
T. Honev. formerly of Honolulu.
COOKE On the 3rd instant, to the wife of A. Frank
SMITH IKS On the 3id instant, to the viife of J. W,
Smithies, a son.
1 YFE On the 3rd instant, to Ihe ife of D. K. F)fe,
H UdUIUVI (
ASH I OKI)- KUIIKRTSCjN' Aiihrr.;,!., r,rsi.
S. M. Damon, Nuuana Ascnuu, on the sill instant, by
. A, . "",", '' wi ..ciiici s-ongregv
lional Church, Clarence W. Ashfonl, attornes at
aw or this city, to Miss Jennie E Robertson, late of
San rancisco. San Francisco and Canadian papers
please copy I
T1MAS DF.Ji:SUS At Honolulu, Nosember Jth,
by Kev. S. V. Damon, 1 .aw rence 'I imas 10 Marcuenta
De Jesus, (will of I lonolulu.
In Honolulu, November 5m, at their residence,
ik 1 ''lams. Daisy KetuaUpulani, be-
losed child of John and Mary I.na, aged eight
T I C i:
for the benefit of the Library and Reading Room
THE LIFE AND WRIUNGSOF TOM HOOD
(POET AND ItUMORISlY-
'TliurtMUr Evening, November. 15tk, '
at & o'clock,
at the HALL oft he V. M. C ASSOCIATION.
Admission fee, 35 c,
Would Inforai his friends and the public generally I
that he will open the r- - I
NEW SI ORE, -i
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v.. ii.ui,iy nan iisayi IIIOLkl,
On or about December 1st,
wilh a new and fresh block of GROCERIES and
,. , , rlsOVISiONS.
t urlhcr particulars later. ,(, ,f
QRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
lit. I'0T SrT .........HOKOLI'LU, H.I.
That Is superior la Quality and Flavor
To anything ever rodud before la this kingdom.
Fare remit Adda,
ofciy vituiN Tme tiAxj racn tu
W Sswtora Apple CltUr.
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MIS MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY,
11 1: a a r
I' It O II It A M .11
Commencing at g 30 A.sl. sharp
1 I Ynoht Race.
Tirst Clsss. Course t From Can Iluo) , pnsssing out
the channel, keeping hetoeen the hunts in the leeward
of Spar and Hell lluoys, h-avim( Hell lluoy to leeward i
thence to a flag-lnsat off WaiVlVi, rounding the vime
Irom leeward I theme to a Hag boat off Ihe lusrnntlne
C, rounds, rounding the same from leewaid thence to
Itell Iluo). turning to windward, and passing Spar
IIulj- to leennrd. keeping llcen the btvyinthe
chsnnel, task to Judge I lont.
2 1 Slx-onrotl QIrsi.
For Amateurs Course From Can lluoy out the
channel toand turning the Spar Ituo), lcerping it on
the port side, back to place of stalling,
'A 1 Two-onrtl Bonti.
Course! From Can lluoy toand around a buoy an.
choreil off the Marine Railway, and Imck to slatting
4 t Fonr-onrod Glga.
Kalt 1 anI I'msR. Course : Same as No. race.
5 I Slz-pnddln Canon Race.
Course :.Same ns No. 3race.
G t Slz-oaretl Whaloboat Race.
Course I Same as No. 7 rsce.
7 1 Chlnosn Boat Race.
Course t Same as No. a race.
8 1 Swimming Race.
Free to all.
0 t Yncht Race.
Second Class. Course : From Can lluoy out the
Channel, in passing Sar 1luoy, leaving it on the
slarlnxird side! thence to a boat off Ihe Ouirantine
C Jro'inds ; lack amund the same, and return Installing
point ; in passing ;,par lluoy leave it on the (iort side.
10 t Single Scull Rare.
Course : Same as No. 9 race.
Course I Same ns No. 0 race.
12 I Six-oared Glc Race.
For Professionals. Course ! I roni Can lluoy out Ihe
channel,-4eaving Spar lluoy on l'ort side, thence to anil
around ihe licit Duos, keeping it 011 the Krt side 111
rounding, and liack to starling point keeping Sar
lluoy on starboard side.
13 1 Diving Contoat.
Free to all.
1 4 : Sailing Cauoo Race.
Course ; Same as No. 3 race.
15 : Five-oared Who.1 oboist Race.
Course: Same as No a race.
16: Tnb Race.
Free to all.
17 : Tug-o'-War.
Swimming Free tu all.
18 : Barge Race.
KALakaua Pukse Course : Sime as No 7,
19: Grand Promenade
'Hie List of Frizes will l published next week, and
will be in accordance with the amount subscrilicd by
All Uats in the Yacht ICaccs will be allowed to carr)
any amount or sail they choose.
Spoon oars will be allov rd in the Kow ing Kates.
For particulars, apply to
J. A. CUMMINS, 11. K. MACFARLANi:,
CA1T. A. MclNTYKU, CA1T. A. FULLPK,
VV, D. WILCOX, J. VV. ROIIF.K'ISON
Committee of Arrangements.
CONOMV IS WEALTH."
THE GREAT TEN-CENT STORE
VV. COI.I1EY, Proprietor,
J. JOHNSON, Manager
Offers to the public an unusually large variety of goods
for the season, consisting in part ot
WAX and CHINA? DOLLS,
from toe to $t each
Cream 1'itchcrs, Uutter Dishes, Cake Dishes,
Sugar How Is, etc,
riatcs,Cupsand Saucer, Soup Tureens, Platters,
Vegetable Dishes, etc.
for kitchen use
in all its variety
from roc to 50 c. each.
SOAPS, Washing and Toilet,
1 FKAMU,uf all kinds
UliTTOhft, of all kinds
SitaLr I'AfKR, all colon
Marbles, Tops, and Halls, forlto).
Hhrrt Mutlc or llir l,00O,O0O,
10,000 copies Sheet Mustc-just received al 10 c. jier
CANARIES German Canaries: beautiful songsters.
I.ICIITMINfl CLRANINC C'OUrUUND
(too lst in use)
For Silks, fulecns, Gloves, etc.
- MEW OOODI I
Are constantly being added and a mvsii ixvoicc is
just as nanu, per aiARIKMA,
QKXSON, SMITH, CO-
. I ( erlri re,
ill.. rOKT.SIKEKT, HONOLULU,
luruRiaaa anu ursishs
TOIIBT AND l-KOPKUTAsVY AUTICI ks.
A fuU Ito,
I i S '
FANCV TOILBT CASEN
pHOS. O. THRUM'S,
rOHT STRUCT SIORtt
On Wednesday Neat, at noon,
10 resrrsnge ami open up a fine assortment of NEW
ami evceuency, lor which it his long been Famous.
al 10 a.m,
POH THIRTY DAYS 1 1
Cnmtiirnehiti oil Mmulnil, Del, hi, lls:i.
ciias. j. nsnui. will, on-T.u
Aatonndlng Bargain in Millinery
Prior to the departure of MISS KM KICK for the
Stales, on the Mariiusa, leaving here about OctoWr
IJth, 1833, we will mike
.1 II 111 ml Ulrni iiuc'r .We nf Mllllnrri,
To make room for our extensile slock, which will
be purchlseil by MISS EMRICK in per
son, nnd is to arris e heie about
Ihe middle of Nosember.
Our REDUCTIONS are GENUINE, and need
only to be seen by careful bii)ers to be
nppreciited. Remnants in all
SwcM attention is called to the above announcement.
l-'or fiirlili mill .oir J'Wrnt ,rr rniinat or
hUrelleil In thin (Hint
It is to the INIERESTof I.VERVIIODY to call
and see these llARfilANS, whether wishing to buy
, All Guods will be mailed in plain figures nnd
nrsoi.it tint cash oxt.y.m
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
"I HE LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE,
Cemtr 1-ert ai.t lht,l Slrtilt.
llransh Store :
Cornir MtrcluiHl and Xanana Strftll.
iTTe Abo.c REWARD will be paid for Information
leading to the conviction o( the persons guilty of hav
ing set fire to the store premises ol IlongChong &
Co , at Puchuehu, North Kohala, Hawaii, on the
night of Wednesday, October .41b, 1681.
- J. K. IIACKFELD,
l(o-4t Assignees of Kong Chong & Co.
In future the WINDSOR RESTAURANT will be
kept open until 10 O CLOCK Every Night (Sundays
Meals of every description cooled to order,
" Katlrrn Mmlr Oak c Cnrl:
We would call th. nuni!,wi nt ihn.. t- ...... r -
n''s:,?ts,,-,sCif.,5tn iriMl;f6 EASTERN MADE
OAK OX LAKTS just landed from the Martha Davis,
hi, .m .. seen at me warcnouse ot the undersigned.
V I KtWEK & COMPANY,
INTERNATIONAL, S. S. LESSON BOOKS
An order will be furwarded the tatter part of this
month Toe a supply of the above book. Sundas School
Teachers, or others desiring a supply will please tend
In their orders in time to secure same for December dis.
tributlon. parties will please be specific as to tho
T1IOS. 0. THRUM,
" Fort Street Store,
1IIK Mill. I It C.IXK IX AVHTIIAI.I.,
ay AKOl'S MACkAV.
A new work on liugar Cultivation and Manufacture
of practical utihtyor these Islands.
Fur Sale by
" , THOS. a THRUM.
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. flKSIW 4- C AGENTS.
Ilavinsl on tutu! m full an,4 iiAii.Li. .il . !..
abuvciairUaied xutyt,uH received Tis Tutmr
... .-..N w fura,iivs inein ill i sneaper ajsd
btticrihaii any other title of pump lupuried. VV. call
the aiuntion of pUnitrs ittnlcululy to the Vacsaim
ISinip, which Is Use least c-i.v,--rds4 more m.
vkeaUe than other pumps. II ,,,f
'UISCRII'nONSrivedal all llm.s fo. foreign
tp and local publisationa at JHOS. O. TIIKUM
DOOKS for th. Study U tlst Ctsiuasa DlaUcis,
FOR f A1CHELS and PANCY BASKkTS, call
at A. U. MKLLlS, 104 run Hre, iji
UTUAL TKLBPHOMB CO.
SIONDASsslsJiitMENT on lU stock tf th.
SB?' "(fiWr l A,M ta.so V- tU, is ilsw
o pw ttsaie, I dtw
AZLa ?!' " r" -r
asiaijuiin. iKtatstr israiMa,
Tur sitARFMotnRRs or THR
Krti(nrt(ll 1'ilrk .tfnclrtttnll
Are hereby notified that the Choice of I OTS lo
which shareholders are entitled will be sold at the auc
Hon room of K. P. Adsmson
at 17 o'clock noon.
Ily order of the Hoard of Trustees.
It. R. MACF.VKLANE,
loS-int Secretary K. P. Association.
Almanac nnd Annual for 1884
Is now In course of publication
Societies anil tepattments desirous of correct repre
sentation will please advise the publisher of any changes
Since last issue.
Intending advertisers will confer a rarer by handing
in their advertisements as early as convenient, and
l-art'M desiring special ipuntities of Ihe coming edition
will please leave early orders.
Single copies. 50c, or msiled abfoa.l &
iVim 1 HOS. (I. I DRUM, Publisher.
Q AMUEL NOTT,
HEAVER (I OCK.
Importer and Dealer In
Chsndeliers, ljimH, Pendsnts, Hracket Limps!
() Tubular, Side lubulsr, lloiling house,
ami Police lanterns t Nurse, Pocket, and
Table Ijimnsj tilolies, Chimneys, Reflectors,
lainip Holders for sewing machines.
STOVES AND RANGES - Uncle Sam, Hock's
Patent, Richmond, " Ka Mol," Perl, Osceols,
HossAit Aloha Almeda Mora.
I RANGECooklng capacity for icn
FRENCH RANGES-For restaurants, hotels, and
private residences, with or without hot water
WESIENIIOI.MS IX I. CUTLERY 1
A fine assortment of Table, Ilesert, andTea
Knives and Forks ; Carvers and Steels, with
flam nnd ornamental ivory hindles ; also
'ocket Knives, Razors, Shears. Hiillon hole
and laidies Scissors, Hread Knives, genuine
trench Cook Knives, Ilulcher and Kitchen
I-adies' VVork.sland llssket i Office, Lunch,
jjuiniurv ami aiarket naskcts.
DOORMAT S Assorted sires nnd patterns.
SILVER.PI.ATED VVAkl .
Rogers llrtithers'nnd Meriden Phling Works;
i.uicr niKi stream t'liciiers: 1 nitle, ireserr.
AGATE WARF. :
Nlckle mounted Tea Sets, in rart or whole.
very ne-it and deshable; plain Cooling
uicnsiis 111 inigc snriciy.
STAMPED TINWARE t
iiiiia., ran, ruu.l.ug and i.liin Hasins, Milk
Hoilers i Rice, Jell, and Icecream Moulds;
MET fh,l,CIII III 7SW I AIIS.
SAUCI'.PANS Enameled and tinned iron, from 3 pint
to 1 gallon.
Toilet .Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake, Cash, and Knife Hoses; Spittoons,
Cuspidors, Children's Trass.
, Fairbanks' Matfonn, Counter, and Kitchen
Mohne Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoc Handles,
Plow Handles nnd Henins.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
HALDWIN FODDER CU11 ERS-Thrce sires, a,
r, 1, and a inch cut, an A t article.
Warranted lst grades New York standard,
and carbolircd, , )i, ,, ,, ,54, , nrh
Hose, nonles and sprinklers, Ac.
PI.UMHER AND TINSMITHS' MATERIAL
Sheet l.cad, a to 14 lbs. simare foot; Soil Pipe,
lend and cost iron; Water Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean ami tinned,
M to Csj or. ; Hose Hibbs, Rosin; Sinks,
black and enameled : ditto Washstands j
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our ussn make,
GALVANIZED IRON IT PE -W to a inch: elbows.
1 reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICF.S, lake J lo 3 inch pipo; stocks and dies,
cuts i lo 3 inch pi;e.
1IIKD CAGES Largest variety in market, painted,
bright, anl brass wire.
IIAHV CARRIAGES, Hois' Wheelbarrow and Go
Halls justly-celebrated Fire and Hurglar proof
Safes. We keep In slock the largest assort
ment of Safes to lie found west of California.
cuts mailed ujion application.
GELETi-S ICE MACHINES:
Just the thing for use on plantations wheie
steam is available. Small i!e makes 11 lbs.
ice In four hour ; second sire, 70 lbs. in seven
hours. Cuts, with Ail! direction for working,
mailed to our address on application. VVe
are authorized to dcliser these machines
alongside al makers' prices adding only cost
ol packing -cases and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin, corner, and
sheel-lron working attended 10. 'Work-shop
over store. Work executed by coinctetit
workmen at reasonable prices.
HEAVER HLOCK, IORT STRE
" Nimble sispence better than a slow shilling "and
tar DONT FORGET I r. Ml 150 tf
T M. OAT, JR. OO.
5, f3 p $
Stationers anil Xcwh Dealer,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE ULOCK, a7 MERCHANT
Have Just received, e Mariposa, a fine assortment of
Among wh ch may be found
NOT E 1'AI'ER,
Ilroad and narrow, by the ream ; blocked, or by quite,
MEMORANDUM III.OCKS, c, Ac, ssc.
DUNK HOOKS I
llouud lo please,
Hankers' Urge, Hankers' saill,
In fact wi hate Inkstands for alL
l-OST OFFICE LETTER. SCALES.
Carter's Combined Copymgand Writing,
til quarts, pints, and lulf piull.
' CARTER'S WRITINn FLUID,
in quant, pints, half.plntt, and cones.
VIOLET l,N K, quarts, pints, half pints, and cones
INDELIHLE INK, assorted.
ARNOLDS WRITING H.UID,
In quarts, pints, lulf pints, and cone,.
STAFFORD S, In quarts and pints.
Egyptian. Perfumed Ink.
In quarts, pints, half piutt, and cooes.
Perfect Mucilage I lot lie.
MANNS COPV HOOKS I
a a 11, full bound and half Aund,
10 a ,, full bound and half bound.
Mann's Copying Pap r.
PENS and HOLDER'S In great varletU,
Automatic Pencils. Copying Pencils,
FaWrt Peuctls, Disiki . Pencils, lu.
DRAWING PAPER, pUIn and mounted,
Manilla Detail paper,
ENVELOPES: iso,oc assorted.
Playing Cards, roun. Curoer and plain,
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, a Lug. variety,
Tim. Hooks, aswrtl,
Slumping 'I al4, Touilst Tags.
INVITATION PAPER, and EavtlopM 10 match
Hall Prvt ranaM Card, pencils and tassels,
LETTER PRESSES, large and traall.
Rubber Rands, alt sLes,
MASK HALLS and BATs,
Ostsds anl San books,
HIRTHDAV CARWi, POCKET KNIVM, and
tM. SUssssCIClPTUIKH ,J..J ti Ui. :..
sides, faisssky IJsyry, , aiaiaj. 1, h,t4t ,,4 .
(Ui nuaskw. tsssn JW W osW.
m. srivCiAL oumm j.i u bookk, m
RUD HUBMEK ksTAMf AOKNCV.
aad Acassu forta. ynck..iti1 Bekaaasca.
. M. OAT. Jr.. aj UU,
QCHANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The New and Elegant steamships
MAlttVOSA mill Al.AMKDA
Wilt lease Honolulu and ?nn Francisco as follows 1
. .San Francisco, Octnlr 1st
Honolulu, October 15th Noon
...San Francisco, October 15th
Honolulu, November 1st Noon
Passengers may have their names booked In advance
by applying at the office of the agents.
Merchandise Intended for shipment by this line, will
he received free of storage-ln the company's new ware.
Muse, ami receipts IssnI for same. Insurance on
e, wnii.i in tne warehouse, will I at owners'
WILLIAM (I IRWIN & Co., Agents.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
The Splendid Steamship
virr or vekixo,
" " f
For San Franciaro on or anont
Passengers will please call at the office of
S3 It. HACK! ELD LO , Agents.
I'avlltr Mtttt S. S, Co.
For San Pranclacol
J-itjr of Peking ....OnoraUmt NovemWr 10
Liiyof New Votk. On or about Notemheru
Australia ,, .....Onorabotil November ;
Zralandn On or alsiut December a
Cityof Sidney On or aluut January ao
For Auckland and Sydney :
elandia... Onoroluut OctoUr tt
Cityof Sdney .""On or alrtut December 1
Aiisira ha On or about December so
elandia On or about January A
MEW YORK and
Honolulu Packet Line.
MESSRS. W, H, CROSSMAN 1IRO.,
II ANP79 naoAll STRRRT, NRW YORk',
Will dispstch a first -class vessel
From New York Direct to Honolaltt,
IN ALL, OCTOhFR.
Parties desiring lo ihlp by this line will do well to
loTwaru nruers oy tins man, ami tier .Msruiosa.
A..r f-sc-1'rs J ,-,-w,..V. .
ns man, ami per .Msruiosa.
CASTLE COOKE, Agents.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINK OF STEAMERS.
I.ATin . . ,f ,.,, ...,. CumiruiiJc
Will run regularly for KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.:
1 November 9
lue&day,..., December 11
Friday ,, ai
Arrive at Honolulu at 5 rvtn.
, . . 6
Tuesday .... November ;
Friday December j
'lueday ..... It 18
iriday , a8
1 nuay, . .
The C. It. lUnhop,
Cameron commander leases Honolulu every Mon
day at 5 pin. for Na ihwili, Koloa, hleele, and Wal
tnea, kaual. Returning leaves Naaihwili every
The ilitmc Mulrv,
McDonald commander, leaves Honolulu every
Tliursdai. at sn.in.ftir lvaiia-s .ml Iktlsii Ut...n.
jng leases Kauas every Monday at 4 pun., and touch
ing at Waianae liotli wa)S. i6ljm.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
C. llllEMKlt VOMl'AXr, AurulM.
Merchandise received Storace Free, and liberal cast.
advances made on shipments by this line.
"IME TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
KING 1 , .,..,..., Master
This steamer will leave Honolulu each TUESDAV
at 4 r. St., touching at 1 jlinina, Maalaea Hay, Makena
Mahukona, Kawaitiac, Lauiwhochoe and Hilo.
Returning will touch at all the above nuns, arrivin.
n, lln.n..l.. ...1. LIIUI1IV ..f- '
. . auinjauiu Vtfl.ll dUn..SS lOUTUing
DER K Co.
POR SAN FRANCISCO.
'Hie Sjilcndid Steamship
J. DU.MIIRECK ,...,...., Couimander
Will fctura lsjuB-tlUta dtwpatok
for the above port.
For freight or passage
(having superior cabin accommodations)
' apply immediately to "
166-ir G. W. MACFARLANE Co., AgatiM.
JOH SAN FRANCISCO.
The Clipper llrigantlnc
WILL HAVE ' .
Qmlek BaayttteA fcr Mm.Wv VWi.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
v; W. U. IRWIN Co., Af asita.
1 . 14 , i
CBANIC STRAMShlP COMPANY,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
S H MAHll'OHA
HOWARD , , Maatar
Will kave for lb ahov. ort on THURSDAY, NOV,
IJth at ia oclock. NOON.
For frt ighi or pasaagt, apply to
6? W,J, IRWIN Cu, Atstttta.
OR HONOKONO OIRSCT,
TIs. A I Csn-raaa Uaik
M I M It M J V M
Var AWvy VTtwt
For fislght or passage, apply to
lit Id - HACKFELD ra Ca,
R. SAMUEL M, DAMON
lb. duly appeissstd aiioraay af 14.
and b autauttW w aaaU kausw of iaatfctyaaj
mu sv sw. ii.n rrstsiasa, tsi SMtMe raaaa, ia as
7-"lS Vf MW-tSN, SS SWSSSS. Fftlf atM 990
Ihasaaa., sutd xamty W m4 M ssatat IW tit. i
Hosululsi, Nov, I, iHu
HM M ssWsWItM aMaW aasssaasi JaS MaatsssMaTaasBaassaaf ttW
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