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SATUR DAY PRESS,
Pnbllel!on office It at t Ka.humanti ilreei s Hd-1
Itorlat rom at lo Pott trrel. I
Subscribers and Advertisers wilt pirate address,
TIIOS. O. THRUM. t'nbnher and Proprietor.
All matter for the Saturday Press should be
addressed to the "SATURDAY PRESS."
Notice ol any crents of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfully received
for publication, Correspondents are requested to
append their true names to all communications
not for publication necessirlly, but as a grsrantee
that the writer Is acting; In Rood faith.
.NOVEMBER 10, iMj
The Amateur Muical,Socicly was to Itcm
lit rehearsals last night.
Mr. J. II. Paly has purchased thcjiidd street
reidem of Mr. J. f'.lllaite.
TJic Planter's Monthly for Novemlier is mit
a full nml more than usually valuable numlicr.
Prlncett Kckatilikc, (loverne of Il.iw-nii,
It convalescent, ami hopes soon to return to
At l'ott-St. Church Sunday evening Mr.
Crnan will prrach upon " The Muck-rake v.
The ( rown."
Mist Hannah Smithies wan married 1o Mr.
J. A. Palmer, by Kev, Alexander Mackintosh,
The contusion of Mr. Ilrycc't Interesting
lecture nt V. M, C. A. Mall may be found on
the fourth page.
The value of the cslatc of the laic 15. O.
Hall was, according to hit will admitted to
probate last Monday, $tio,ooo.
Messrs. II. Dillingham t Co. have now
larger accommodations for their large 'tlock,
having built a new warehouse In rear of their
store nn I'ort street.
Treasurer Cooke of Oahu College hat ,cnt
out circular asking subscriptions lo the guar
antee building fund, and trust to have many
Mr, J. M. Davidson, formerly a leading
member of the Hawaiian bar, arricd on the
Mariposa, looking in robust health possibly a
result of his recent travel in Mexico.
Some Imys shot a Chinaman In the back
near Thomas Square last .Sunday night. An
air gun loaded with a bullet was used. The
brutal little cowards ran away and were not
A correspondent asks space for the following
conundrum: " Why arc the Saturday evening
conceits nt the Hawaiian Hotel so much better
patronised than the Monday evening ones at
Captain Wickman of the schooner I5va hat
left at this office several copies of the Time
Telephone, a ncwaypapcr published nt Kurcka,
California the largest cxorling Krt of red
Wood lumber in the state.
Mist Jennie Robertson, recently a favorite
teacher In the Fort-Street School, was married
last Monday night at the residence of .Mr. S.
M. Damon, to Mr, C. W. Ashford, a young
member of the Hawaiian bar.
Such funny work- as was made of the Anglican
Church Clnonictc last week. It apiearcd with
twotransHiscd pages, giving the papernt whose
office the Anglican was first printed an opjnir
tunily to do the .solemnly spiteful.
Art interesting revival season it reported at
the Kawaiahao Seminary which gives joy and
encouragement to the teachers and promoters
, of the institution. Friends of the education of
Hawaiian girls take fresh courage.
If the malicious iiersons who recently set
ndri't the Hcalani and the Addie might have
been caught in the act, tarred, feathered and
made lo pose on the roof of the light house all
one day, the mosquito-fleet men might breathe
'Hie government, of Norway and Sweden
have presented to Mr. J. C. Glade of this city,
In recognition ofhisscrviccsasconsulat this ort
for the government of those countries, hatscnt
that gentlemen the insigna of the royal order
I'irst-OjTicer Carnie, of the llcll Rock, was
honorably acquitted last Monday by the court
of inquiry called by the Ilritish Commissioner
lo examine into the shooting mentioned in last
week's Press. Messrs. Cleghorn and Mist
formed the court. .
Mr. C. J. Lyons, of the Survey Department,
delivered a very interesting free lecture
last Thursday evening at the V. M.
C. A. Hall upon the land system of these
Islands, Ihc difficulties and the progress of the
Vt-oik so far accomplished.
A pleasant Interchange of courtesies has
taken place between the pastor and official
. lxiard of Kort-Slreet Church, on the one hand,
and Kev. S. C. Damon, on the other. The
former have Invited the latter to preach his
memorial sermon on Luther at Fort-Street
Church to-morrow morning and Mr. Damon
has accepted the invitation. There will be no
.service at the llethel.
A "Constant Header of all the Papers"
makes the following pnintt "The llutlctin is
quite right in condemning the practice of dis
turbing audiences during the performance of
" ""Vl""'"1' numlicr sir selection; but It Is
absurd to scold alwul encores. The latter
practice Is one that obtains everywhere, and
there Is no other way in which appreciation so
satisfactorily may be shown."
Anuudierof the lecenlly arrived, Aioreans
met and mated on the voyage and were
married early this week. The interior office
was tmlcgeil by twelve coupes of them last
Monday nnd In the graphic guh of a colonial
contemporary-1 Col. J. lloyd furnished the
ladies and gentlemen with all they required
'In his usual felicitous maimer.'" In the
'language of the sagacious Squeerai "Here's
Seven Franciscan sisters arrived by the Ma
rixisa under the temporary charge of Mother
Marianne. Right Kev, I.idy Superior I'ro
incial of the order In the United States. The
six who remain here are Sisters Antonclla, Ho-'
naventura, Crescntia, Ludovica, Uenata and
Hosalle, Two of the six will be made ladies.
uierior, ami the three to go to Wailuku will
lie chosen before Mother Marianne returns.
Father Lconorv- through whose efforts the
sisters have Utrn secured received the sisters
at the wharf and presented them to Mrs. 15.
M. llecklcy and Mr. tiibaoii the former rep
Itseuttiig tjuceu Kapiolani, who sent her car
rUnes to receive the sister.
Lack of space prevents detailed mcqtlon of
thu installation exercises of Aaroua Iodge,
I. O. 0". T,, which look place last Monday
night, ihe following gentlemen and ladies
Uring Installed In the following offices t
Mr. J. Ik Alherton, (I. L. and P, W, C, T.;
Mr. William Clatk, C, T, Miss A. Car
ier, U. II. S. j Mr, John Spence, L. II. S,
Mrs. N, K, lturgesi, V. , C. TV Mr. J.
II. Hare, V S. , .Mr. James Nott, K. C.
Mr. Henry Kmervon, V. T. j Mr, James Ma.
gvure, Sr., W, M, Miss Edith Carter, I). M. t
Mr. N. K, Hurgess, W. C. Mr. James
v. Ake,J. O. , Mr, l!fK, lturgws, O. Ci, j MUs
'riancU Lack, W. O. An enjoyable literary
UrUlauitnt " with heaps o" i;ooj things
W0 sMH "HB-Stt6sWaMa like XtltitC
Mr. ( arl Willing, R.irdener al the overn-
mcnt nursery on King street, left at this office
' atri1ay .1 fine specimen of the "Pride of
Kf furl a (ierman cucumber recently import
ed from fatherland l,y Mr. JacRcr,
quickly to a pulp, beaten with a spoon to the
consistency of whipped cream, and eaten with
white sauce, Ihis mammoth among in species
ms at wholesome and appetising a vegetable as
ever came lo table,
Aj special Invitation is extended to all
Protestant and (ierman residents of Honolulu
lo attend a union service Sunday morning at
'ort-St. Church in honor of the .tooth birth
day of Martin Luther. Itcvs. Mcrrett, llishop
llytlcnnd Cruan will assist in the opening
service, and Dr. Damon will preach a his
torical discourse. In addition to choice music
by l'ort-Strcct Church choir, those hymns
written by Luther will lie sung.
The Herman bark Kriedrich arrived Tlmrt
lay from I longkong.
The Spartan was rctmried at Nagasaki, Ja
pan, In dlstrest, September ll Ih.
The City of Sydney it advertised to leave
San Francisco for this port on Friday, Novem
The American bark II, V. Almy is at
llrewcr & Co.'t wharf, she sails to-day for San
The (ierman bark Christine, nailed from
New Castle, New South Wales, September
8th, for this port, nnd is now fully due.
The Hawaiian schooner Jennie Walker ar
rived last Sunday from San Francisco, en
route to Fannings Island with stores, etc.
The American brigantinc Consuclo arrived
last Sunday from San Krancisco, and docked
at llrewcr & Cn.'s wharf to discharge cargo.
The American terns I5va and Dakota ar
rived on Tuesday last with lumber cargoes
which they are discharging at the esplanade.
The Ilritish bark Lilly L-impsnn arrived
Tuesday, with a general cargo from San Kran
cisco, which she it discharging at the old Cus
tom House wharf.
San Krancisco Arrlu-d Octolwr 22nd, O.
S. S. Mariposa, Howard, 6 J days from Ho
nolulu; 29th, P. M. S. S. City of Sydney,
I icarlmrn, 7 days 3 hoijrs from 1 Ionolulu ; 28th,
American schooner Anna K. Hriggt, hence.
The O. S. S. Marimt.i arrived Thursday
noon from San Krancisco with 12 days later
news. She docked at the O. S. S. S. Co,.'s
dock where she it now discharging. The Press
It indebted to Purser McLain, of Ihe Mariosa
for tiles of San Krancisco papers.
thr Olhrr lliin,l.i.
Kohola Plantation is expected to turn out
2,000 tons of sugar next crop.
Knu.il crops are looking well in nearly all
parts of the Island.
Mr. All Kia.il, who it connected with the
store In Honomak.iu, fell from a wagon and
sustained a very bad fracture of both Inines,
above the wrist.
llishop Willis due in this city with his
wife sometime this month is expected at Ko
hola alwut Christmas, to dedictatc the new
Kpiscopal church edifice of that place.
Recent and contemplated bridge building at
Wailua and Waimea, Kauai, is causing unfa
vorable comment on the Garden Island. Re
Kirts declare them to be built so low that a
big freshet is almost sure to carry them away.
Rev. Krank Thomson, forndy of Hllo,. has
received and accepted a very urgent and flat
tering call to the seaman's chaplaincy at
Valparaiso, Chili. A friend writing from ,Koha
la says: May the richest of Ilcaven'sblcssings
await this most genial and kindly gcntlcmanand
hit family, in their new and distant home.
They will be seriously missed by their many
friends in New Lngland.
A t'oriutmtr 7'oj-fti.
An accident that came near being a serious
one took place last Thursday about I v. M.
Miss Josephine Ilrnwn, govorncss for the little
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Strong, was pass
ing down the esplanade with her little charge,
in one of Dodd's carriages driven by Sammy
Newton, one of the best drivers in Mr. Dodd't
employ. The horse was one thai was known
to have been dangerous, but it was believed he
had been so educated by work in one of Ihe
but lines that he was safe in single harness. On
turning the carriage near Ihe foot of the es
planade the horse suddenly began to kick,
smashing the dash board and striking the
driver in the knees. In order lo save the ve
hicle and its inmates from total wreck, the
driver was obliged to give its head to the ani
mal, which dashed up I'ort street at a fearful
rate. Spectators shouted lo Mist llrown to
jump out, but she, with rare presence of
mind and no little bravery, called for some
one to rescue the child, nt the same time
holding the little fellow from out the
rear of the carriage with one hand while
with the other she held on to the seat.
Mr. Charles K. Stilhrun, of the custom house,
look in the situation at a glance, swiftly ran
after the living express and succeeded in catch
ing little Austin in his arms. His momentum
was so great, however, that he stumbled apd
fell ni he checked his speed, the wo rolling in
the dust, the child's head being severely
though not seriously bunqicd In his mad
flight the horse ran over a pile of iron pipe
near the O. S. S.. Co.'s warehouse, Miss
llrown'shead being dashed against the roof of
the carriage. At Dodd's the horse was
brought to a standttill, without further serious
damage; and all concerned are at present as
well at usual.
On Hi JtliluilDiil flrltl.
Oh Saturday last two youthful clubs aspir
ing for liasc-lull honnis, representing Kurt
street and Puliation schools, met on the Makikl
reserve, tu test their skill. The I'ort street
boys had adopted the distinctive name of "Pa
cific Slope," while Ihe young collegiate re
joice in the stein title of ' Rocky Hill." The
game was lo have commenced at 2 p.m,, but
owing to the late arrival of a number of Pa
cific Slopers it did not begin till 2130. A tos
for choice sent the challengers, " Rocky Hill,"
to the bat, and the game waxed warm for
three hours, under the unipiirshlp of Mr,
15rdie llaldw in, resulting in a handsome vic
tory for Ihe Rockies.
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Pscllw Stojw a o i j q j , j 14
This Is (he faithful record of a game which
two contempuraiics states) did not come off.
Perhaps their informants were friends of Ihc
defeated utne. Hut truth, although crushed to
earth, will live, and not very slowly when it
is a victorious base-ball club's cfloit that is
sought lo lie sinotheicd.
.1 iltirlnr .trrtiltul.
American luik Colomo, Capt. Noycs, 18
day fijun Portland, Oregon, remrts that on
11 w morning oi me Din Instant, the vessel tun
ning about 9 knots, the second mate fell over,
board. ' A boat was lowered containing the
'' Jte am) two me, which swamped.
About half an hour afterward another bout was
lowered, and searched around for about wu
hours. It then coming on dark we thought we
had lost that boat. Put lights ,, (he rigging, and
Kept the vessel in position as near as iiouihle.
I- mally the boat lulled ihe ship and ihe men
were taken onlward." The vessel imt intothi
port lo fccure more officers and men. She is
bound to Hongkong.
T,- S f in ftto it 11 ;tuUm r'mirer.
The concert given by the ."fymphony Club
on Saturday evening last, af Musical Hall,
for the benclit of the Honolulu '.Library Asso
ciation drew together a fair hmisc, which will
net a little over one hundred dollars toward
the building fund of the institution.
The programme was excellent In its variety
both in vocal and instrumental selections,
opening with Verdi's Triumphal March from
Aida." Mr. McCartney wat next on the
programme for a solo, but, for some reason not
explained to Ihc'audicncc, he failcl to appear,
consequently disappointing many. The duett
for piano and violin, Hcethovcn's "I'ifth
Sonata," by Mist Culle and Mr. Varndley
was rendered with Ihc usual- skill of these
pleasing artists. Mrs. Crii.m followed with
lllunienthal's Message, which was sung with
such jwiwcr and sweetness at to thoroughly
captivate Ihc entire audience, ami in rcsionsc
to a hearty encore, gac Ihc pretty, but by no
meant simple ballad, Jamie. Next came the
debut of Mr. II. A. Kraft before a Honolulu
audience. The fame of his musical ability had
already reached us, and his rendition of the
Thcma, by Chcrubini, at a clarionet solo, won
the good graces of his audience. The closing
piece of the first part was listed as a string
quintette, Dryshock's Doux K.ntrcticn. ' This
was arranged by the President of Ihe Sym
phony Club, Mr. A. Marques, and deserves
more than pasdug mention. It wat in fact a
sextet for piano, two violins, viola, cello,
and double Ixtss, and in the arrangement for
these Instruments the authors Ideas were ap
propriated in a masterly manner to render still
more cflecHve the meaning of the composition.
All the string Instruments were played with
mutes which rendered far more effective a very
happy combination of pizzicato and tremolo
accompaniment to some delicate and pleasant
melodies. Moreover Mr. Marques) hat very
cleverly distributed the melody alternatively to
the different instruments, thus giving equal
Importance lo each in turn. The result of this
wat that the audience, quite taken by the
piece, gave it the distinction it deserved and
showed their appreciation by an enthusiastic
encore, in response to which it wat repeated,
and it will be safe lo predict that Mr. Marques
Doux Kntretien will be considered a real gem
of miitlijitt ill tliamhrt by all who may hear it.
Part second began with one of Weber's
duetts for two pianos which was well perform
ed by .Miss M. Hopper nnd Miss C. Castle,
and received unmistakable appreciation. Mrs.
J. K. llrown next treated the audience to
Suppe's The I'orget Me Not which was sung
in Italian with richness and in .1 composed
manner that delighted the house. Then fol
lowed llocchcrini's Kavorite Minuctto, a string
quintette by the Symphony Club, which has
become a favorite indeed from its soft melodies
with stately movement, so marked in contrast
lo music in general. In response to a hearty
applause and encore, Secret Love wat given
with precision and power by the full orchestra.
A duett on iwo zithers by Messrs. Strochlin
and Von Nordeck followed, which was so well
rendered and received as to grant an addition
al favor. Mr. Michicls cornet solo, Cox's
Lucky Hit, witlr orchestral accoiupaniinwit,
played witli accustomed dash closed the pro
gramme and sent the audience home in good
spirits with themselves and the world at large,
"lletwcen Acts" Mr. S. I!. Dole, president
of the Association, came before .the curtain and
lelivered a short address on the needs of the
library for its building, now in course of erec
tion. They would not go in debt for it, .but
soon would offer an opportunity to the public
ot Honolulu to contribute to the noble object
of perpetuating valuable works' for the- benefit
of future generations.
After Tlirm-lVllh n'Slnun hlirl;.
Mr. Krederick Horn has written to the
Gazette as follows "tinder date of the 5th
The farce of Mr. Parke's investigation, as
01 uie cause 01 me ore uihot mv premises, nil.
minated in the appearance of his report in to
day's Advertiser, by which it was made to ap-
iwi 1,1.11 uiu unjoin 111 me nrc was purely llie
result of accident.
Now, Sir, I want it to be particularly under
stood by the people of Honolulu that I am in
no way a nartv to this I'larim. alli-mm .,
turinv auu in mf eyti cf me fume, as I am
still candidly of the opinion, nay, I am con-
it. 1.... ., y n r. .. '.
vinceo.n was me act ot an incendiary. If a
proner investigation takes nlace. (not 1I10 ..n.
aciment of another marshal's farce,) evidence
shall be brought forward to this effect', and I
win produce inc pieces ot tlie broken bottle
that exploded and caused the conflagration.
Any person is welcome to visit iw. .-null will
gladly demonstrate what I here state. I will
show the remaining wood of the building as
being burnt from the outside, and not from the
inside ot the oven, as li., been represented.
The inner portion as well as the stonework is
There was no fire in or near mv bakery after
10:30 a. in,, on Monday morning (anil yet the
..... ...Wnw ..... ui, t uiTMia minimi, ao nours
afterwards). Docs this look like an accidental
fire? No, it is all nonsense to attempt to
make it appear so.
Mr. Parke has done, as In. Ihinlc -1 fin..
thing in preparing this reixirt for the public
trr r..llmp :.. :.... i.r ...... , ,, , ,!
!" K-"iK 111s repou puniisncilj, DUI
what has he got to say about the shameful con
duct of his police in not preventing myself and
iiij i.uiiii- irom nemg most wantonly and out
rageously robbed of our effects? (I hour I
may never experience the like again.) Was
he not told by Mr. Nott or the lire brigade,
and in pretty forcible language too, to go with
hit men and stop the robbery that was going
I have read the article in last Wednesday's
Advertiser, and I have read the article in the
aaitirnay rress, and tlicy are lioth true.
Where were the police? I can prove that the
few who did put in an apcarance were very
inactive and ill-diqwscd to protect my
1 hope, Mr. liditor, lliat addressing you
thus may be the means of n proper inquiry
lieing made and the public's proiwrly lieing
properly protected, which the eople of Hon
olulu, or anywhere eUe, have a right to de
utaml of the authorities.
In conclusion, I should like to say a word
in praise of the very efficient manner in which
the officers and men of the fire briule did
their duty, not only in subduing the lire, but
in preventing my properly from lieing wholly
destroyed by the mob. I am sorry I cannot
say any wort! for the police but "Shame I"
llmiiW of Iliiiiil-Vliiuing lime.
The llaud will commence playing in Novem
ber and Dcccinlicr at 4 o'clock. Programme
for this afternoon at 4 o'clock 1
p.citurt, K.itivst ....Iluh.
Stltslion. Nornu, , ..litllinL
(vollf, blr.haii!c...,,. ZlbulLa.
SliUi, l.omUirduiu, Verdi.
lAU, Mkluuht,..,v. WiUuuiM.
The band will not play at the Hawaiian
Hotel until further notice. On Monday even
ing the usual concert will lie given at Ivmiiia
llfitln It-rtHU OriuW. .
The Honolulu deaths for October aggregated
SI, distributed among diseases and their causes
Asthma, 4 ; erilicri, 7 j consumption, 5
convulsions, 4 j collapse, 3 ; cholera Infan
tum, I j dropsy, a 1 dyser.tery, 3 ; debility. ;
lung disease, I ( heart disease, 3 ; eryiie
las, 1 ; fever, 3 1 gastro enjeitls, 1 injuries,
I ; old age J t paralysis, 4 ) apoplesy, 1 ;
leprosy, .2 ; of these 34 died within and 17
outside the city limits.
The singing at lh V. M. C. . Sunday
afternoon service will be a special feature,
Mrs. Ciuran and Mis. Judd will sing solus,
and Mis. Damon and Mr. Pierce will sing,
' Have you any room for Jesus?" The iheme
of Mr, Ciuxan' 20-minutc sermon will U
"Astray ami how to gel luck," A cordial
welcome awaits every one.
.iVokm.v I MM llllt A TlliS.
.Snm Fiitrmthiff WM I'mirrrlihiff It,
Mr. Abraham Hoflniing, of the I-ondnn
firm of Messrs, A. Hoflniing fc Co., arrived In
Honolulu by the last Zealand!.!. This gentle
man hat had much to do with the inttoduction
of Portuguese latiorcrs into this kingdom, and
hat performed hit share of that great wotk with
painstaking fidelity to its every detail. No one
it better entitled to a heating upon Ihc topic of
immigration, and no one is belter qualified to
discuss it. Mr, Hnffming's arrival here wat
stated by one of Ihc dallies to lie in order to
find out why Portuguese immigration had licen
stopped. Ills real reason, he hat assured the
writer, was to lake advantage of n break w hich
he hopes to lie only temporary, and to visit the
friends and the field made imperfectly familiar
by correspondence, by general reading and by
his acquaintance with Hawaiian citizens In
Lmdon. Ily hit visit he hopes to become
thoroughly familiar with the conditions under
which the Immigration of Azorcans has so far
prospered, to understand the dlfficultict
Inseparable from the delicate adjustment of
strange lalwrers lo somewhat novel employ
ment nnd manner of life, to meet planters and
agents on their own ground and lo arrive at the
best possible understanding with those who arc
interested In the subject of Immigration, and
who have influence or interest for or against its
Mr. IIofTniing is a gentleman whose grasp of
the Immigration subject cannot be doubted
after one hat spent two hourt with him In talk
ing over immigration matters ; and Ihc Press
advises those of its, readers who are planters.
agents, or .students of political economy nnd
socialogy, to meet Mr, Hoffiuing If it be pos
sible to do so, ami learn at first hand his
opinions, his convictions and his indlsputable
factt. To meet a man of affairs whose com
mercial horizon it not bounded by the ocean
that surrounds him, and whose intellectual
horizon it not lest bro.nl, it something more
than a mere fortuity; it it a privilege.
The following condensed summary of what
Mr. Iloffnung knowt about Azoreair Immigra
tion Is the result ol' several conversations, in
which that gentleman said :
"My friendship and admiration for your
present minister to Washington,' Mr. Henry
Carter, were the levers which first induced me
lo look into the subject of bringing Poitiiguctc
or Aznreans to this country. Mr. Carter and
I met in London, and the statesmanship with
which he analyzed the differing phases and
obstinate difficulties of the ethnic and agricul
tural problems then under earnest discussion
here, charmed me with the man and fascinated
me with hit country. It would be idle lo say
that I entered into Mr. Carter's schemes with
out . in eye to the profits of the venture. If I
made a contrary claim I should not be believed;
if I bad done so I should have been a foolish
merchant. Hut I did not lose sight of the fact
that I was attempting a work hedged in with
many and formidable risks; and without strong
friendship and respect for' the Hawaiian envoy
I should undoubtedly have made other and
safer ventures, nil thus, it is probable, have
had less good an excuse than my present one
to visit this delightful land.
" Vou have asked me in describe Ihe
machinery necessary to the complicated work
of emigration and immigration. A full citation
of the details would be a long and thankless
task. In considering even the few- general
features that are necessary to a sufficient under
standing of whaihas to be done in bringing
immigrants hctc, It is necessary first to remem
ber that" a large outlay has to be made licforcit
is sure that a single emigrant can be secured,
and a further large outlay before the Hawaiian
government can be called upon for a farthing.
It vviI 1 readily understood that some fore
thought anil n large capital are rcrmired in
order to set this machinery in motion, to
keep it in motion and to secure results which
favor a continuance of the business, and which,
at the same time, make a showing on the right
side of the ledger.
" In the first place it is no easy matter to
Charter the right kind" of steamer at the right
time. Steamers are chartered in two different
ways : on time, in which the charterer pays a
specified sum per day for the round, trip ; or
by space, in which case the risk is less and the
profits usually greater. The Monarch first
of the five steamers sent was chartered by pay
ing for the sjiace occupied. The same was
true of the Hansa and the Hell Rock. The
Abergcldie and the Hankow were thar
tcred for the round trip. After the charter is
arranged on which .1 heavy advance must al
ways be made the vessel must be fitted for
the accomodation of emigrants. 'Often this
comprehends the construction of a lower deck,
and always of bunks, stairways, cooking gal
leys, hospital and store rooms. The Portu
guese emigration laws are stingent In demand
ing a certain amount of space 100 cubic feet
for each emigrant, male and female, adult and
infant. As a consequence fewer can be taken
than recognized sanitary laws admit, while the
charterer is obliged to pay cither for the bulk
space engaged or pays a daily charter rate
which may not be reimbursed by the result of
the venture. The wood employed In the re
quired refitting sells of course for less than the
price of old lumber generally because of the
uses to which it has been put.
" If the requirements of the Portuguese
government in regard to the space are exacting
those In regard to provisions are even more
exacting. A full ration Is required to be fur
nished for every soul emliarking. A steamer
it provisioned for 70 days although the trip
from St. Michaels here has been made nn an
average of 60 days'. An account of the pro
visions brought on the llcll Rock will show
something of the outlay demanded in provis
ioning an emigrant ship. Kully a third of
that large stock remained unused when the
ship arrival here J and most of it must lie sold
at a loss in addition to the loss of interest.
" Whether a vessel lc chartered by space or
on time" a distinct retinue of employes, must
be engaged at Ihe cxcnse of the charterer.
These include a physician a purser, store
keepers and stewards ; and they are all em
gaged with the understanding that they shall
be returned to Lngland il they so desire.
"A portion of all the expenditurici men
tioned must lie met before the vessel leaves
Kngland. On reaching St. Michaels other
expenses begin. It is necessaay to keep a
resident agent who superintend rccuiting in
the various paiishcs and has a watchful eye to
inc iiuieu tor agricultural laixir 01 inoe oiler
ing or contenting to emigrate and the aggrc
gate of the expense incurred by him amount to
quite a sum per capita of all who ship ; while
unavoidable detentions in port often swell this
" I don't say this for the purpose of creating
Ihe impression that the Wines has liecn a
losing one. It has paid a handsome profit on
two of the steamers sent and, I hope, an aver
age profit on all five. If it were all loss no
merchant could afford it. Hut, as profits go,
it is not an excessive one on Ihe capital inves
ted and Ihe risk assumes). The Monarch
which came under especially favorable condi
tlons and rarried a large proxiitionate numlicr
of emigrants lhan any other vessel paid hand,
somcly, The Htnsa paid a small profit. The
.lKfgvMic ami the Hankow have already
shown a considerable net low which probably
will be covered in pail by the success of Ihe
In regard tu the character of the .t. Mich
acts l-ortugunc Mr. HoftnuAg sU t ' TWt
murh may lie fairly claimed for them : that
Iheyarean Industrious, reectful, law-abiding
people. Theyarenot malcontents or blusterers
or drones. They have been brought up to
work, look forward lo it as In the natural or
der of things, and have Ihc physique to stand
ll. Thc-St. Michaels men arc agriculturalists.
The first Madeira men were city copIe. The
latter selection was In many respects an unfor
tunate one for these islands and did something
to prejudice planters against further Importa
tions. Hut cxpnicnee hat demonstrated the
exact rcqultcmcntt of the Hawaiian planta
tions and hat also demonstrated the good
qualillet of the Azorcan laborers. It is not
claimed that they are the licst laborers In the
world but it is claimed lliat when endurance.
Intelligence, managcablcnest and availability be
considered no other imported laborers have
answered the needs of these islands so well ns
Speaking of Ihe physical features of their
new home Mr. IIofTniing said; The Ha
waiian Islands are the Azures of the Pacific.
Here the immigrant) have scenery, climate and
soil sufficiently like those of their native land
0 make them comparatively at home. The
fact that so many have become lessees and
owners of land here shows that nt a class they
arc really content and that at a class they
readily may lie incorporated into the Itody
The writer asked if the supply of Azorcans
was likely to equal a continuous demand, pro
vided the Immigration could be carried on.
Mr. Hofliiung replied t "Our agents at St.
Mlchaclt.xay that emigrants for not more than
three or four vessels n year can be safely re
cVuitcd .11 present. To lake more away would
be likely to disturb the lalwr market of the
islands, create jealousy and prejudice the home
authorities against a continuance of emi
gration." On asking whether there was any fear of a
livcrsion of the surplus imputation of the
Azores lo countries other flian litis, Ihe writer
was shown a letter from Sydney, Inquiring
alxiiit the practicability of taking n numlicr of
St. Michaels Portuguese to Queensland and
Kiji for work in Ihc sugar fields of those
Kurther Inquiry developed the fact that
Hawaii it paying less in proportion for immi
gration than are Queensland and New South
Wales. The governments of those colonies
arc paying ,16. 10s. for the importation ol
emigrants from Kngland. We pay jt8 for
hi. .Michaels Portuguese. The prowrlion of
women and children it nlmut the same in eacli
instance. Hut the contractors for the colonies
have a shorter voyage and pay no recruiting
expenses as Ihe colonics have always resident
hnglish agents who arc well paid for advertis
ing the Inducements to colonize in Australia,
while the Hawaiian government has no such
salaried agent anywhere.
A prime objection lo Portuguese ns planta
tion laborers has been Ihc cost of supxirting
large families of non producers. Mr. Ilofl
nung is prepared to meet this objection as fol
lows. He is confident that arrangements may
be made with the Portuguese authorities
whereby a specified sum shall be paid each
head of a family or unmarried adult,
which sum will include the cost of
supporting wives, minors and the dependent
aged. In hit own language: " It is an axiom
atic economic law that when one spends one's
own money and consumes one's own food,
there is much lest likelihood of waste. In the
Azores women work in the fields alongside
their husbands, and there are few children over
the age of fourteen who are not self-supporting.
With half the minors and half the women on
the plantations working al fair wages, much of
the complaint. now sometimes justifiably made
ought to cease."
The following- tnhle-fkhliwi the numlicr of
emigrants forwarded by .Messrs. A. Hollming
t Co. from the Azores to Honolulu. The
first five ships were sailing vessels; the others
. 1,6 J
1879 May Ua encra;
. Novnilcr llit-tulvcr.
1S81, January llislillje'r
llteemlwr liarl Dat-uiusu-.. .
i83z, Apnl Monarch. ... ,
18S3, alarch Alvcrcluie
The total cost of the alxive immigration to
the government has been somewhat less than
jl20,ooo or about $600,000' of which a large
portion has been paid by ihe planters.
Mr. Iloffnung was naturally reticent alxnit
his relations with the government, but Is hope
fjd that a more exhaustive analysis of the
merits of the whole subject of emigration will
induce those in authority to continue the work
on the lines already so successfully laid.
AslHniirr unit 11 Trlhulr.
The following gentlemen were dincil at Ihe
Hawaiian Hotel last Tuesday evening by Mr.
S. M. Damon being invited to meet nnd
welcome Mr. A. Iloffnung: Messrs. E. P.
Adams, J, 11. Athcrtun, A. J. Cartwright, T.
II. Davics, W. CJ. Irwin, I'. C. Jones, Jr.,
.Morris Iuisson, G. W, Macfarlane, 11. K.
Macfarlane, Henry May, J. II. l'aty, V, A.
Schacfcr, J. T. Watei house and S. (1. Wilder.
The circumstance of the evening wat the
following graceful tribute to the statesmanship
of Hon. S. . Wilder, in which Mr. iloffnung
'It lias been much the fashion ol late to
wri(e interesting incidents of foreign countries
such as Mis. Hrassey gave of these islands ar.d
which Miss llird and others have amplified in
their charming descriptions of their visits to
thit'eountrv, a more recent example of which
appeared a lew months ago in Harper's Maga
line, entitled An Unpublished Chapter of
Hawaiian History. Il is my privilege lo
contribute a further item to this attractive
description of current literature. And I do it
with'greatcr pleasure because I feel sure that
the hero of Ihe incident is too modest to make
When this Porlugucve immigration was in
its infancy, and when, as now, for history is in
Ihe habit uf repealing itself, there arose diffi
culties in providing the necessary financial
facilities fur continuing this valuable stream
of immigration, he received a letter from a
gentleman who was then in on official jvodtion
here, stating that he would pledge his official
word, and if that was insufficient, that he
would pledge himself in his private capacity to
the extent ol Ids means and credit, that every
Portuguese Immigrant forwarded to ihce
Islands would lie promptly and faithfully paid
for, And I feel that a community- hich con
tained among Its best citUcns one who was
willing lo pledge his resources to (he utmost of
his capacity, in promoting the public good,
wast-ound to be prosperous; and should be
proud of such representatives of its foresight,
intelligence and enterprise. That Idler is one
which I iherish for thoe. ev Mcnccs, and il was
signed by the honored name of .Samuel (.
Mr, Ahraltam Iloffnung will lecture at V,
M. C, A. Hall nest Thursday night for the
benefit of (he library on " Tom JIuod, " ihtrt
ought in I a full house for take of the sub.
J eel, ihe lecturer and the cause.
The steamship !ll Hock leave to-day at
to o'clock a.m., for San Krancisco, and letters
mailed to go by hi will he furvnntcd, if Mi
t Ik pm-1-ofice before i o'clock.
IIomouii, II. I. Novemt-er 10, USj.
I1uine for the i-tl h-i lietn frte of svhat miahl be
termed trade bustle, or activity. There has been ample
time to attend to the trade reqtiTrtment of our pmple
ami a snlfrciency of peole lo alten.1 10 their rt,uir--mints.
We learn of nothing of rpeclat irni-ortanc--srorthy
of note, the universal answer to ntiirie on
thi piint being "nothing new."
ITiereteiii heavy rain that hate been enjovnt here
seem to have Ken very general throughout the (roup,
though Hilo has hail an over-ahumlsnce, neaity alt the
bridge in the di-trin ling oashnl away, letters at
hand make no mention of Ihe result tu the cane-tiet.U.
1-ut it Is feared thai much new pinning ha len wadir,"
out In sotn-! , the dUrki ; If so, it will be a serious
loss. 11 now bring liw late 10 re-plant. Ijrge swam,
of lU arm; worm luve appeared all iver the grating
district of thi island and ha already perrrptahly
affected the receipt of dairy produce. .
Shipping movement have been somewhat free this
w eek, though the only carg4 cleared ha been by the I )i.
covery, for San Francisco, with produce valued at $jj..
J-10.4J. 1 ho Hell Kink will gel oir lo-.t.iy for the unit
port, hut will carry little In tf,, way of frrlht, from
here, but banans.
i he Mariosa arrived promiilly on Ihe 8th from Ihe
Coast with date to Ihe 1st lu-tant. She lirings a very
large largo, the large-t yet esajrtnl from that city, ac
cording to Ihe S. V Itnllelln, for Ihi -m. She
drought however but few wssenger.
Messr. Lyons A Levey will offer toil.iv several uat.
eel of rice lands situate In Ktnlau, Oahu.
Ilimnhllll Htnrk mill Itnllil ;.".rc,'lll(r.
Session, Wednesday. Novemlier ; 1881.
Haiku Sugar Co
Kohala Sugar Co
1 n i'rinct-viu riantation Co
ihe Wailuku Sugar Co
I lit lla-vntiA-i Ailr..lt...rtl f-..
Makee Suj-ar Co '.'.'.'.'.'.'.
w alinanalo -sugar Co
Hwiokaa Sugar Co., $1 joo cr .h. sl. up
1 nc rsoion .sugar io,
Oilala Sugar Co 3
Pacific Mill Co
Kllaiica Nigar Co.
Ilihra Sugar Co
tJrove Uancli Plantation Co '.,
Union Mill Co., $;ja r share iol,t u'11
ll Mnui I'l-ini-ii inn rv
Ononica Sugar Co !!.!!"!
raiikja Mi;ar Lo
Kectj-rncity Sugar Co.
I JttlllAtirttlfV SllfT-lf, I 'n
Hamakua MillCu !."!. !."!!"'
WaiVapu Sugar Lo
ilalja Sugar Co
Ilonumami Sugar Co. .
hi- lfflWt.Sf-1.1 Uiln...) f..
Kahuliii Railroad Co !!!!!!!!!!.!
Hawaiian Hell Teh-phone Co
Hawaii. in Telephone Co., (Maui).
1 1 ilo A Hawaii i deplume & Tel'.' (hi, . !
MISCELUNKOIS STOCKS AND IIONIIS.
i'lie Honolulu Iron YIV..I. t..
" ftCwniaiiy. (Mtrca'nViie)'.;!
:, ,, ' ".' -eain isawgauon Co
-.. ..itu .-huck CO. IKauclll,
I- O. Hall ft Son, (l.fmiiedl'
I elie per cent. Ilonds
Nine per cciil Hawaiian lin.l ".
Seven per cent 1 lawaiian .rami
Six l)er Cent Trer. fr.n f !.., 'I'..
nea Sugar Cu. Ilonds, 9 cr cent . . .
'ii A grid Co. Ilonds, 7 ier cent.. ..
$5500 )'. Qnom lSond (,( 100.
II. KiBMF.-ciiNKirF.K, .Secretary.
Conwelo, Am bgtne, Cousin, from San Fran.
r.r; v-r.ti ..' '.li.' V-'i. '.' V" " '. -iso
t ........ -,., ,.,..c,iv;ii,irom.-san r rancisco
.ikelike.sim, King, frsim Hllo ami wayWl,. '
I.e.llll. sell, frnnl Knl.l.t.U ' .
I.idy Lampion, llrit Lie. lust,lromSan Kraiicly '
VVaieliu, ch, from Kohr.U
Caltnna, sell, Irom Hanatci '..'.',.
allele, kH, frum Maliko
r.v.1, -jiiii icm, wuman, from Humboldt
....-..,-., ,,, ,,;,,,, .nauirc, irom i'ort (iambic. .
Kamkeaouti. ncli. from I lonoLia
.,.. ,..,,, ...m,, Mwm ..inaica, .Nona, ami
Jmim .MakccMm, AlclionaJdlVroiii'lCauai!!
MariiMWi. A tn dm llnu-n-si r.,...L" .
t.vt. ' t. 1 vlVi. '" ''"""Tr" ""
.....v..,v. Wl,,wr,l( ,r0m iionRkonff.... "
U-Ioina, Amtik, iNo)c, from rortLuul, O...... "
Discovery, Amliltlne, l'erriman, for Sau Fran-
talaj,t, sun, Rue., for'To'iia,'' Kaiij''iiij '"'
LikeliLe, slm, Von Schmidt, for iiilo"aiid"av
port ' 1.
If 1!U'V"1' lin, for Molokal and I lana. . "
Mokolu, nlmr. .McCregor, for KouL.11
Kllauea tlou, slm, Sears, for Kahului "
Alary; A"ee. m.1,, for Mi.lol.al
rohoikl. hcIi, fur Puna 11
Fli.tt I .1. r ii .... ........
W ainiualn. srli. tr r lnL -.1 ... ..
Jennie, m.h, for KeUha... ...'."........,,.'.'' "
Wailele. sch. for PjuLn-i ..
Waiclni, sch, f jrl-aauhau "!.!" "
,.,',' !:'"" "."'" s-"r, torl-ort low nend " 6
W, II. Diinond, Am Utne, Houdlclt, for San
rrancisco tti 5
James Maker, -.tin, -McDonald, for Kauai!..!'. " S
IMni.r St.rlibui ... .!.. ll,.,.. ....
r; i-.. -u,.i.iiu 11 r nowaru. rso. or
l---".-' j' "'01 sircrage passengers, ti ;
tons of cargo, 1330. Sailed from San Krancisco N
fcwmrYiir h n, l I. -.1 . 11 a a
yj i'..... , .-ni-cu at Honolulu, .sjoveinbcr B.
1 sm. '
Merchant Vesiels Now In Port,
ltKl.r. Unrtr lli,.l.t.
C. S. HutllKKT, Davis.".','.
. .... Am. tern.
II. W. Almv Freeman
Jbnnik Walks, Neilson .
I.AUV LAtu-soN, Kust
M Abll-lltA. H.S.11 . Ilr.v..l
Vesiels Expected from Foreign Ports.
Due, Jan. 10-15. C. Ilreocr X Co., agent.
IlKtHUN, tier. bk. Mazailuj Sander
Duo now. ll,llackrddCo.,a3eni.
IIhkukn, Haw, bk. Kalk Kolhfos.
Due Dec: aos. II. HarLn.1.1 K- l A.n.
Cauiiiik. llaw.bk. Iouam ,.,t;arrel
Due Dec, l-io, Jl. llackrdd Co., Agent.
CllNaTKAtlT, II. I. K. M, S. KASWIVMk- .....
liUAWOW, Ilrit. bk. lllKMAII
.aiding. I,. U. MacUrLuie & (Jo., agent.
HOMIKONO, I-.M.S.S, ClTVlir I'BKIM
Due on or alwut Nov, 10. , llackfcld & Co.
Hosiikosc, bk Irankus IIU'M
Jai-uit, Am bgtne Hazvsu
Due in all Nov. A. F. Cuogg, Agent.
Jaluit, Haw uh Kai-una
Due now. A. K. Cixigir, Agent.
kainiLUi, Anu bk. K, H.Tuuiirvm. .,,.,,
1.IVKUISMII, Ilrit. shiu AnvuvaTuiTi, Cini, If...:..
line, llec I-t.
Du Jan. oris. I. II. Davieaai Co., Ajenl.
.SitwCAsnit.N, S W Ilrit bk Acnes Wilson.. Guy
.. iSi "'"' '.',0- " ""sklcMJtUo., Agent.
NsiaCssTLk. N. S. V,, (ier l.k Ciikhhni, VVildfang
Due now. II. llackfcld & Co., Agent.
Nbw Vok-, Urn. l.k. IlKNsrjAuss Laitimort
Due now. Castle & Cooke, Agent.
Nw Vokk, Am. bk. SfATAN Crotdey
Overdue. Cattle & (n,L. A-r,a
Svn I'aANCisco, o... Alamkua ..Morse
Hie isov.a 1. v, u. Irwin U Co.,agenl.
Svn Fvanciscu, Am. bk. Caiuakiicn HubUud
Due. NOV. ai.lO. Cattle & Cuke. a,n,.
San ruANCisco, r.u..s. Cirvni'Sviiir...Daiuorn
Due Nov. jo. II, HackfelJ Co., Agent.
San tuAKCivro, Am. ch. Clacs Sriitcssiji...l)rew
Now due ror Kahului.
San S'kancisco. Haw. sell. K.swailaiiI . ..Chancy
Now due. For Mahukuna.
San Fkakusui, Haw. bk. Kalakaua ...Miller
Due Nov, j.io. K. A. Sthafer 4t Co., agent.
Sn FkancisCo, Am. bgtne. W, li. Ikwin Turner
Due .N',.. i.s W.l!. IrwInJk Co., agmt.
Vicious, ll.C, Am, bk. Aims IIi.ssk. Noe
oaii .uv. im. iioiic o. K-ixt acnl.
Pimrnroi, O, ,iu -hip I'iias .,,,,..
Due Nov ij-ao, cu route 10 Hongkong,
j J K I'oil.r, S Huldswuiib. II llruokaw. MiuU'Ihm.
mil, II Hamilton, j Hill.
Frou Kurrka. per Kva, November 6-.J Konaklt,
rront siauiaiio uawau per nanler, rsvrmtr 0
W 11 lUilry, J Dickun, C Wall, MU. I'ari. Mr. Mary
Ahuna. WJ Smithies. I! McUau ami wife, II Went
worth, ileo Slralciueser. I) rlckarl. Aku. A L? Aleian.
rrom KauaL ir Jat Makee. Novcniber a -1 L
Richardson, N (luck, W snurou, Mr, Swifi, Mr
I'rontr, Mix tlrugtuiinn, 1, KsMling, I, 'Chomiuou,
Mr KoeUtng, Al Jchlktlvu.
Froia San Francisco, per CimuucIo. Novemlr 4
lohn F Ju-Vw, II ftuk-y, h ISruah, k Ccrmain, t;
Miarixii. TP llarue. W llorui.
From Km J, ir U K liuJwp, Non.iUr tV 0
Smiih, II M Fesltlult, W DSchuiUl, U SchJi, I) Ir
From Maui, per la-hua, NovcmhrT 1 -Cecil llrown.
From Kahului, per KiUuea llou. Kovcabri 3--II
1 ,,, p, ih imiiki rsaiMHsar arsj ut, a 1jO.
troui Wiud.aald I'ort,, per UUhke, NuitmUi 4
mis j si isjinuu. aou xrvaol, It K II Fiidom IJIai
l.tanl. MiaSSockl,i,i.Sil tu. A IILu. IW I 11
Koherfon, W A KUiV, WCWauk, J Nawahi, Mr C
llruok. Ijmu, FalLsr Ikmaienhuni, I Menle, li II
VersoH.K F. IUuoiiJ K.ikl, I t.vuu, W $ May,
Mr S ll Wilder aaj a servants, jf, 0 I. Wijhl. Mas-
VVoKk, I A kauaUu.
Frww ltu.JtHi per IWU Kil. (MUm 311
Ar4r, mtC WMfl. and lIuUivo.
frcui Km rracittcu, tr OjntuJo, NvcWr i
iikir jusMj.wri 1 iiMr(niruM4ilKisHsi4W. lsi.
rxw ctiwi w vmnbUKt,
From Eureka, Cat, per Kva, November j J M
McCormacb, lay lloyie
From San Francisco, per Mariposa, November -Dr
K Amine. II C Austin. A llalrr, Mrs J F Wood
warsl, F W Clark, W N Nance an,f wife, Mis K D
llishop, F II Sumner, I M Homer an.) wife, I' Comh,
L II Coomb, Mr M Phillips and son, Mis Catherine
Caraher, Miss Jessie Cameron, Mr D l.lehtmore,
W II Holmes. J M Davidson, T II Harrison. Mr Dr
J, ll lUlley, II II AlVin. J S Jndd, Mother Marianne,
Sister Creentia, Sister Ikmaventiira, Sister l.nisrica,
Sislrr KenatS, Sister AntonelLv, Sister Kosnlie, and m
For Kauai, per laatanl, Novemlr 6- MrSsholr.
W D Schmidt, ll Fergrnin, II Irwine.
For Kahului, per Kilanea Hon, November I
Nelson, Mr Arnold, Mr llannestead, Mr Fnllrrton,
l.'lliomps.in. Mi-sJ ltrarus.
tor Main and Motokai. r Leliua, Novemlier 6
Dr I nth, J llvman, W Heine, Mis C Unna, Mis
Nellie KuUnson, Mr Phillips Mr and Mrs Iliel
Kapu, Mr and .Sirs John Kapu, Wong l,n.ng,
tor Mini ami Hawaii. ,er lakehke, Novemlr
Hon A F lu.ld, W A Whiting, Cetll llro.n. ( y
IMipo, W I. Holokahilikl. W O Smith, II Smllh, Miss
Sheldon. J Sheldon, Ja Wmnl ami wife, T J llaysel.
den . A. J Nawalil an.1 wife, J W Kaitnila, Koltt
Snrling. A Kosa. J F. KlchanUm, Miss llannlsier, K ll
.Miles, Mr and Mr VMiiht and child, K.sj A (I Fur bet.
K More, C J Flshel, V Mrorke. j A Kankait, J Mencke
USuher, CJ I leering, 1 1 t Mclasu.1, J II Fisher,
l.al D lajl.rr.
lor San FramlM.,, p-r Di-.ovrry. N..vr,nUr t
0 (I HanHhlldl.
Front lnidoii, ir Hell Kmk, (Ktober 31-tl W Par
ker, ;pkgs hoinehold g.xls( W C Siimtill, t pkg
linen j ('. V Macfarlane A Co., 1 pkg linen. jranV
tement tirintmum Ik Co., 145 nig iron and dry gissl
9i pkg drv goo.1 i M Mclnerny, I J pkg dry
guisl ; K McKiblren, 11 pkg medicine; S M llsmon,
pkggrorerie j llall,t Sin, eo., ilium oils I'lulliii
CoVji pig lry giKl i J I' Waterhouse, 4 S pkg
.y goisl and hardware i Lyons fit lvey, t pkg sam
pie 1 II M King Kalakaua, j pkgs merchandise; Order,
411 pkg liquor, 51 pkg machinery, ni t.kg gro
ceries, 4 e merchandise, 6u pkg tub, bucket, pipe,
'3415 ftilt lir iron, huop iron, ni pkg cement I so
pkgdrygotils fancy goods, 140 cs gnaier ; 11 pig
ellect to address.
From San Francisco, ier Consuclo, NovemWr 4 -Irwin
Co., 91 pkg salmon, I mule, Vred
brick, u horses, j set harnes, 6 cart, 1 pole, tacki
harnew, etc. ; tiideon West, jr asle arini, 6.1 bndlt
iron, 4 bl mo, 65 Isir Iron, a 1I escelsior t Samuel
Nott, 46 pkg hardware and afe ; Pierce A Co., 17
pVg,hli,' chandlrrys Castle Cooke, ttpkgs hard
ware, tlothing, and IniVa, Allen Koblnson, 1 pk"g
plale glas 1 A At Vt hitney, 4 pkg fur inline, r hi I croc
kervt Hvnian llr,, 100 lis, candles; 4c tlolhing,
1 1.1 blanket, 6 c hats S c mat uf cotton, 15 k tslr.
ley, Ittk oat Levey A Co., 1 4 pkg grocetie
Kennedy Co., I pkg dry goods, I c furniture, t pla
Piano, 1 c music, 1 pkg paper lies. 1 ci clothing ;
lme & Co.. luo ski lirley, too sk bran ; llackfeltf
S Co, 1 hndl harness. 1 horse, 1 cart ; It Jolmvin, 351
tk spuds J t! W Macfarlane ft Co, iSj Usles hay ;
A Unna, 1 pkg nutlra; Mr Vlaty Manhanl, ti
pkg cart, harness, maltrass J W Plai e, 1 c tlay 1 iv ;
...".'"'f' al,opple, ibxslea, a eps thickens ;
II M Whitney, 1 pcf, t c chickens, 1 pkgs lices Or
der, 75 brls almon.
Irom San Francisco, per Jennie Walker. Nosember
4-(i ll(ireig,6cs dryguoU, 8 pkg grmerie J S
Walker, i hi liay,aok rial, task bran, 1 manias,
9 pihows, 4 chaii, 1 mirror, a c fthoes, t cscaridy, 1
inx Mtisage ; i3 cocuanut log; McLean Pros ao
Ulsoil, 1; c vial ; II Nessen, 16 pkgs furniture.
rrom Lureka, Cat, tier Lva, Novtinbtr 7-Wildrr
s.0, tor, 393 feci r w lumtier, lso,ai thlngles
From Po-t lownsend, ier Dakota, NovemWr 7 -11
llackfcld A Co, 4J,as8 It lumber, I u shingles, 10,,. .1
From San Francisco, trr I-sJy Ijiii'i.sou, Novemlier
5 C llrewer It Co, Gi sack Hour, 115 bis hay, 5
s. iron tanks, 6birivcl. ion sk tsirley ; Dill'n,;
11am & Co, 4 .lg plated ware, 15 pkg hardware,!
safe, 81 pkgs nails, crockery, oil, vamilies ; Mr I ho
Ijck, 1411kg lewingmachin! DJ Wriglil, 73 has
sugar J Wilder It Co., 15S pkgs paints, oils, and
putty i Frank J lliggliw, 3 pkg farm w.i on J Da
vie and Co, 3010ns piglron.a6tonftco.il. UdgaleA:
Oi, a cs barley cmsher ; !ewer it Cooke, au kes
nails, 6c lux and Its; Hall Sun, 111 pkgs hard
ware ; Allen ci Robinson, in pkgs doors, window, 1
hox alas, l.jonsand l.cey, 7 pkg piclure frame ;
llollKhlaeger Co, J pkgs whiskey ; Hymln Pros, I
pkg picture frames ; Snip's account, jo.noj brick, ivi
bis hay, 10.) sk bran, ton brls lime, ion sk oats, 100
k wnent, 10 k lorn J J K Porter, 16 head horse. 1
piano, t wagon, t ulky, 1 brl wine.
For San Krant-iii. nor linifr- Mmmlo. -.
J4?i UiK suaar, 4ia,6i6 11m ; , bag rice,
,illirt , lIUTIlsTMIC iriXlUCC, sJJ.5sXt,4.
' - '' " i
Tit fur Tut
Mr. A. G. Ilicrce of theWnsp and If on. lUul
Neumann of Ihc San KrancUco ami Honolulu
bars arefast fricmU. Those whoknow 1-cst the
social characteristics ami the mental make.up
of tlie two men will best appreciate the following
"pro'Cu" ami reply the latter now m print for
the first time.
Sr. Amdkosk to St. Vavi
'Yhcne mournful )h I dedicate
The late Paul Neuiiutm ttlway bte.
lie fiecly gat At tjuty's call
Kngagementt keeping none at all.
Triuted lycer man-lioscM
HU word W.11 worth its weight in jold.
He nevci )et(let that Ijcuaid)
K evoked except where virtue led.
No imxt his it and Tdoin crace .
The ur.c spot that he loved the acr,
AU he's goneto Honolulu;
ol rest him on a betl of pulu,
St, Paul to St. Amhrok
Aero ttie sea, near Dunmnd Head,
UN mournful line I witlly rvid.
.Sadly fjr In his tveathing terse
I saw his wh mid breath teie lerr.
'Iltey Iftt me but they sliil lu.e
In Uit tie meek. oti(K-r tierce
His bounty on tlm wurld he sheil
In Inkthe vacuum uf his head.
Wilting, he does ..mare ihe ho lt
With rockets his unusual words,
(kxI ieed him In far San Fruici:o.
And serul him daily More of ".Iico.,
1lim,luUt luj-fH unit ruination.
The valuations and asiem.cni. In ihpili.
trict of Honolulu for the year cmling June
30th, 18S3, areihown In the folluvUny tables:
Carriages, No. $S each ... .
roll 'lax ,
ll .1.1 1 'I'll w .....
Oirt, No. li it each
School I'a ......
Insurance , ,,
u.m. .....,. ...,.........., ...atji.sos 70
Asailable for general gos-ernmenl purposes, $118,340 79
1 nc school ux is not avuiublc for Ks'iivral
purposes, nml Is not raid Into ihi. iintmi'
The number uf voters in the Kona district
incliulint;, of course, Honolulu, is 1741.
THK Jt It VMM Kit.
A splcntliil line of Crosse it lllackwell's
(tirxlt just oicnvtl at S. J. Lcsey & Co.'s
mil lie notlccil at length next vscek.
" Arthur," salil a riKKl-naturt-il turciil In
his wm, "Itluliiot know till lo-tlav lliat vou
hail liecn Aliipcl at scliool last week.'
"AH, imiki, but I knew it at Hit; lime," was
Ihc naive reply. That niht Arthur wat sent
(o his crocer's to liuy some of (he butter Im
tmrtetl by llackfehl .V Co. When he relumes!
he was received with open arms, his sin con
tlonetl, ami an cstra slice of bread and butler
given him as the most delicious dessert he
could have had.
Woman's love for rfbhon I lurdoiulile since
she owes her existence tn a rili Iwne. Chicago
tribune. Hut woman owes much of her huii.
plncss to the careful provision of her husband.
Table and other household linen s one of her
chief delights. No ssi.c husband in Honolulu
ean afford In neglect lo send his wife lo'C. V.
Macfarlane st Co., and iwriint her lo examine
the slock of damasks, and pure Irish linens
now being ncneil under lhc supervision of
ine accommoiUtlnc and sagacious .Sproul.
Old Motherllubbord went lo the Cubburd in
gelher poor ilorg alxine,butwhen shej;uttherc
the Cubburd was bare and so the (Kxir duri;
hail none. She was in a great slew lo know
wliat to dew, for of money she had'noi a senit
so lite soil her last suit tu buy meet for her
bruit, and up town in her night-gown she went.
All the ladies who saw il'and (he sliings for to
diaw it, declared il the nicest llilm' ouii 'evrr
so schwesi," so now down each street In h-lf
gowns they go racing aut,Cri,'(ju al
"An ostrich at CajieTuwn haibruten thret;
rilis for (me nun and lu legs fur ollursby
kicks ilclikcrcsl straight Uliind. This show
talent, liul the ostrich will proliably nfrci be
comtWcienlly numuou In Aaierica lodiss
place the mule as Ihe starularil sul.Jocl for
Joke, (irnlntsss U drnltd lo wmi.-," Ilu (
( not dental to the merchant firm if J, T.
Waterhouse, who keeps a Mock of ustilch
fsraltum that could scaicly be erpullcsl Im Cafie
Town ItKlf, Thee feathers are In lenglh from
6 to 36 incrwrf, awl "in cntor from white
throih all the stud of crwawcsiliir. ecru.
Ictssswysolor, Url, iilmrin,MUs4tslr4i4Hiry,
""m-le, pk atv mut-in iimrti.
im i.it.i m.i: nov.11: ii.oT.1
os run plains, no.V6i,iJi;i'
I ha,e len Instrustnl hythe Kseculors ami Trus
tee of the Will of CIIARl.KS "IIIC0MI1, .tetVasnl,
lo sell al mr salesroom, in I lenwluln on
Saturday, Novomber lltlt,
at is otlock, noon,
Tliosr. TSVO VALVSHI.K
On TrnsaAila street, lietneen lleretanla ami Klnu
llelnj lot numbereil 141 an.1 1 mi the (totem
nsapof KuUolnlhlu Plains.
rs ,.... .. . . . -
nraioisaresrryiamraiuy silualril, ami offer an
escellent optrtunil)' for investment. Ihey (loitnlier)
hase a fronl.ifr of yi fret on 1'tnsneola ilreei, ami tw
feel on- llerelania street, ami u feet on Kh'taii irrrt.
Tide, fee Mmple.
XiT lleeil at Kapcnse of ramhaser.
1'. I". .MIAMS, Anrtlonrrr.
J IMPORTANT TRADE SALE.
Ily order of 0. W. MACfAUI..VH f. CO
I vstll Ik.1,1
A Creilit Auction Sale
MV SAMiSKOOM, UUI'.II.V STIlllEI',
I'l-liUty, Jfoi'rinhri' a:t,
at Inch w ill 1 olTeretl
ON ACBKIIir TU Tim TaSIlK
.1 llmil fnrlrlif .Vrrr- llntft?,
All of which are
.Vr.W IMOKT.VI ION'S IIV KKCIINT AKRIVAIji,
of which Ihe following I a partial lisl
Fine Prints, Sateens, Cretonnes,
lllacL .Merinos, Whin and Coloirit Flannels
An,:ol.i anl Cotloilbhlrts, vaiielles wixlens,
omen's Fell Skirt,
Ll.rik Wool and Worsted Shawl,
TWKKtIS AND TAII.OKS" HOODS,
.Silk, l.lnen, and Cotton llandterchitf
A larue varrrly,
(tenis" l.hen Collars,
Splendid Atsortinsnt of Woolen Dlankets,
Cotton Towels, laaiKeamt Small,
Linen .SIirrlinK'. all widths,
Fine White Cotton,
ltet Heavy Denims, l.inen Drill.
Turkey Red Cloth,
A sery fine Assnrtment of
(tKNI'S IIOSII'.RV AND UNDKRWKAR,
Fancy Fealhers, Flowers,
Perfumery, Jewelry, elc, etc.,
Children' Hoots, Hair llrushe.
Comhs, tents .Scarfs,
i.ile '1 hread t.love. etc., elc
A Fine Atssorlment of
,0110 c;k k r y v a r k ,
CiiamUr lts, Flower Pol, Ijmjf
(l!wISyAUK-.Siichasi Decantrr. ine GU.st,
A UNR or
Hatchets. Axes, Hoei. and other riantation tooti,
A IIANIismiK AIKTMKNT
Cocoa Ma'thu, etc etc., etc
Tetnw Literal ; und tnd Lnown t Slf
. P. ADAMS,
ORTQ AOEES' NOTICE OF SALE.
Ily order of W, O. Irwin .t Co., Ihe asslKnes's' of Ales.
y Cartwrignt, the .Mortgage naineil in u certain
indenture. c.f morlgaje. dsteil fsepleinlier 6, 1873,
made hy P10 Ilia to saij A, J. Cartwtighl
1 am directed to mv-e.Il at 1'ut.lic Auction ,
Silt iiriiit 1, Xoremhrr .'., INS.'t,
Tat ta o'cuKic,
At niySAI.F-SROOM, in Honolulu,
TRACT OF LAND
Situate In the District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii,
known or called
I1. AIIUPUAAof KUKUAU ami,.
conlainiu alsnit 3340 ncres, more or Is-, Iwini; the
same land sirllculariy descrtled in Hosal Patent No.
H06, dated the lath day of June, 1S73, issued to G,.!).
For further particular npply lo
E. P. ADAMS,
Or to CIXTI. IIUOWN,
Attorney for Mortgag
C II R I 8 T M A"B
1 hate received lnirtictlont from
IIIII.KUS 4: CO, FOKT.STKKKT
TII'O I'll HIS r.U AS AUUTIO.V SILKS,
AT Tlll SroK
ttuitUrETmln,Dt.mt4ur XltaiL apt
at j o'tlxl, rsin,
4nJo" , Mty, V
awonuajr av,veninr, ueMmMr XIIB,
at th. aame hour,
XiT I.ODK OUT FOR IIARiIAI.VS.
B, P. ADAMS ,
EQULAR CASH 8AXE.
Tlmnnliw, Xovrmhev Jfl,
' AT 10, A.M.,
AT SALESROOM, '
lira llitu'l; li ,.
OTICK l Iwrthy ii.n la all persou'llai al
u-mnK l.tuu, IKwololaon Iha list of 'MsJ, 11,
J U tulMtuW lo ih. hfikof li HUHUNI.A
Snreli hlarion Comoanv. It was saiaVL in a,.&iii a
LtWter iA liM.ur(4iraituH uranttil'la liana ant lhi,
-"jss. as, wisswsn UMIirSJ I
lb CttMJtlm IkavUla
KIUPANV 0,1 ih. fAhlA OvtoW, iMi,aa4lra
saw ccd-tairalMrfi iMtner sakl rloilav ItsereMrSai organ
f slkti IksrloUvwusi oMs4"tJse
PismLIchI ..,. ..
i.llori, luj seUr)r
,,, .IMIH HHtf
- .j. ?..
Nsstsv. U lunUl le Ihsl, putuut uit ItsUM uf
saa sUunsr. " No ltlU-M skalt loBliduilly.
UU. (ur lU tUUa of thsf tVywfafiosi U).i, j
uwsuis sU nwy' W sttu uu ttM JuMr atW
Am Off OWttsMl Mf aHMMsIf
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