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DECEMBER I, 1M1
: rum: i.niron t.ut.
Were it not for the fearful conc
innce attending the large incrcnw in
tliecoriiiimptlon of liijuor, arcordm,; to
recent rmtoin house statntirs, and the
ihiljr evidences wc lnve before in of
the rapid groulli of rirunkennew
amongst the native population, it would
lie attuning to uncle through trie Adver
tiier'i effort;, in several miles last week,
to prove that there u no more liquor
Used by Hauaiiann now than there vv.1.
lx.forc the restriction, upon its sale
were removed Figures showing the
iiirrcane of population are brought for
ward to prove, if possible, that the in
crease in the consumption of liquor has
been anions foreigners' Wo will not
quarrel with them now on this point.
but we do take exreptions to what we
have daily evidences of as to the
rapidity with which the c bains of intern
Iterance ate encompassing this people
Liquor dealers themselves do not deny
it. The deserted vvivts and forsaken
( hildrcn are pro laimiug it. The em
ployers of native labor, especially
among ship owners, re.ihe it. We do
not deny that there is an increased ton
sumption among foreigners; we are
pained to witness evidences of the fact,
and have feared that in the solicitude
for the tntivc rare we were losing sight
of the growing habit among the whites
All this goes o show the neces
sity of restrii tion rather than continued
license. Prove to us that bhtk is
while, but don't, for humanity's sake,
try, in spite of the facts we have before
us, to prove that drunkenness is not
working inroicl? on an innocent people,
simply because such a tlieorv would
calm the conscience of the present
administration if it lias any con
Tint temperance has come to be
synonymous with abstinence nearly all
over the United Stalls, that local option
is gaining ground in Mngland, and is
being earnestly considered by the best
of its citizens, are among the most
healthful signs of the tunes. Thef.ictthat
one of the wholesale whiskey sellers of
Honolulu lias recently gone out of the
business is a healthful sign for Mono
lulu. It would be vastly more health
fill lor the community if every respect
able whiskey seller in town would go
out i f the traffic. It is the respectable
men in it who make this crime so dan
gerous. If the trade were confined to
the disreputable, it would he easier to
stamp it out. And surely the pleasant
gentlemen who do the wholesale whis
key business of Honolulu could make
money in business less injurious to
their fellow men and less fatal to their
own self res'pect.
tin: u.i.iu 1 i: viia ituut
The Garette charter case was argued
before Judge Austin last .Monday.
The arguments were on points of law
almost entirely although the merits of
the case were succinctly stated by Mr.
I lartwell for the plaintiffs. 'I he argu
ment for the Gazette proprietors was
thatit is part of the plain tint)- of the
minister of the interior to present to
the king in privy council all petitions
ing that they may be granted or rejected
as he sees fit. 'I he defendants contend
K that the spirit (as well as the acknow
ledged letter) of the law gives the
minister of the interior full discretion
to biing charters forward or dejay them
as he sees fit. Messrs. Smith &
'Ihurstonand Mi1. A. S. Ilartwellap
peareel for the plaintiff, Messrs. Atkin
son iS: Grieve; and Messrs Neumann
and Whiting for the defendant, the
minister of the interior. '1 hecise was
well talked on both sides, and a good
many legal bain were split to their cry
roots. Judge Austin will decide upon
the question of discretion or indiscre
tion, under the f,m; next Monday. No
one doubts that he will decide accord
ing lo law as he ought, regardless of
the abstract merits of the cause. Hut,
in case the law shall be interpreted to
mean that the discretion or indiscretion
of a minister of the interior may play
clucks and drakes with the community'
business, for purposes of spite or black
mail or at the dictation of an ofilcid
"boss," it is high time that the law
should be altered.
1 111: iimtu.t.v itiiui:ir.
The Gazette said last Wednesday
'i'I here can be no doubt that in reg-trd
to this matter of the German laborers
the pi'hlic ought to have belter ollieitl
mloriuation laid before them than has
up to the present time been put forth.
There is really nothing to base a good
argument upon. We have the state
ment of the men and their wives, but
we have no data to go on as to the
counter statement whiih can be ad
vaneetl by the employer." If you had
sent your man to interview Consul
Glade, esteemed contemporary, you
would not have echoed the unfortunate
inaccuracy of the llulletin. Mr. Glade
the consul, Mr. Schmidt the president
of the German llencvolent Society, Mr.
Paul Neumann who sat through the
court proceedings before Judge Judd,
Ollictr behlbehr who translated for the
malcontents, Mr. C. O. Ilerger who
has studied the case thoroughly any
one of those gentlemen would have
told you, esteemed contemporary, not
to "give yourself away" so recklessly.
In the reiioit of the chief of the
mounted police published in this week's
Gaa-lle may be noticcslnn item of
WJ-'jV navmg oeen ucvoieu 10 me
purchase of "old uniforms." Some
tune since," a large number of 'old
uniforms" were olTered forsae in the
market at the moderate figure of 75
tents apiece. It is to lw presumed
that fliese are different lots, ns the
amount named would jmrchase at the
rate named, 761 tinilon'ns, with 13
cents to spare, 1 he rqiott doer, uot
mention the number of men engaged
in the service; but it can scarce!) ex
iced fifty, and it would k absuid to
suppose that the wise and scrupulous
Attorney-General, 11J intenm, would
consent to paying $ 1 i,ju cadi, for urn
rms that could have been bought at
the rate of1 75 cents,, each, some time
since. Old uniforms must, have "rii.'1
rourt tit i ii. nnimit it ii
Mr HolTming has issued a circular
to the planters setting forth some of the
advantages of the immigration chs
cussed so often, and with an approxi
mutton to fullness, in these columns.
I he most important jwtions of Mr.
HofTnung's letter -admirable alike in
matter and Hi manner-are as follows
In i.nler In meet tne cmjcclions in reference
to their cost, I nm ireKreil to direct my
efforts (o secure I'orlutjuew Ulmrers on more
favorable terms limn hitherto, antl hire but
Tittle limit that thene efforts will besuceeittfiil,
I prnjiose now In inke contracts with single
ami tntmtal men for lliree yc-us as heretofore,
at the me of $10 per month, Inclusive of
wages ami Ixr.ud -allowing imtrietl men with
one chitil umlrr I2)carsin faimly$J, anil with
two or more chllilrtn $ er month auMitionali
thus Hmllinfj, the cost of n famil) for vtigrsantl
nourishment to a maximum um of $20. The
oilier conditions of the contract with respect to
I'xlgmi;, fuel, twilling, and medical attendance
in case of m eil, lo lw supplied by the cm
plojcrs and the minimum rale of wigcs to lie
jiaid to women and )oullis able and willing
to work, to Ix as heretofore. I venture to
hoie that these turns will secure to you I'ortu
Kiiesc lilxir at le-ist as economically as an)
other now avniliMe in lliis count ri It is tin
intention lo limit as strictly as MMsih1e the
selection ol l.iuiilus'liavlni' not more tnin an
average of two joun children and to Increase
the number of single men who, in the steamer
Hell Itock, recently arrived, amounted to 20
per cent, of I lie adult miles.
Under present circumstance owing to a
teniporsiy suspension of opcntions, no more
I'orluguesc ci)n arrive in this country during
the not sin months. 'I he proixnal which I
hue now mule lo the government contcm
plates the diinlcl of four steamers to arrive
here respectively nlxmt June, September anil
December, 8S, and Much, 1885, rich lo
bring a complement of 300 to 350 mile adult
taliorera and the families of such of them ns
are Hurried. It will lie semccihlc to me, as
in) time here is limited, if )ou will kindly in
dicate by return mill, through )our agents at
this port, what number of hborers )ou on)
desire, on the above mentioned terms, out of
It will be a blow to Hawaiian pro
gress if the stream of I'ottuguese im
migration be diverted from these islands
to I'iji and Queensland. Once diverted
it will be unlikely ever to return. 'I he
gentleman who has thissubject in hand
has at great expense and infinite labor
lierfcrted arrangements which promise
these islands a tegular, continuous and
cheap supply of labor. We can not
believe the planters are so blind tolheir
own interests as to permit this labor to
slip through their fingers by want of
prompt action. Hut there are consid
erations higher than the requirements
of the labor market, and it is for the
government of the country to weigh
those considerations carefully. It will
be the summit of shortsightedness for
the planters through failuie to ask for
more Portuguese -to invite the govern
ment to say that Aorean immigration
is not valued on the plantations. It
will be the acme of folly for our gov
ernment to allow this pactolian stream
of. intelligent and law-abiding laborers
to pass our shores.
.11 It. ADIUVI JSSOW
Whatever Mr. Adee's mission to this
government may be, neither he nor
Commissioner Daggett, to whom he re
ports, arc as yet prepared to make it
public. Unquestionably be has come
to inquire into the contract between the
government and the Oceanic Steam
ship Company relative to Chinese
immigration. Wc have good reason
for the belief that Mr. Adee's inquiry
will have direct bearing upon the
continuation of our treaty with the
United States, and that one condition
of continuance will be that no exclusive
contract shall be entered into on the
part of this government that shall shut
out American ships from doing free
what nny other vessels (even thoueh
themselves Amciican)do undersubsidy.
another condition is likely to be that
this country shall enforce the American
tariff schedule thus compelling us to
trade more lamely with the United
States; in other words, to make the
treaty more truly " reciprocal."
We promised two weeks, ago con
sideration of the management of the
Queen's Hospital, in reply to the re
epiest of a correspondent. There is so
much to praise in its management that
it seems captious lo find fault with
either the system or its execution. Hut
we do think as our correspondent
suggests that there ought to be pro.
vision made for cheaper rates to poor
and friendless whiles and Chinese.
The institution is well to do and can
afford to be generous. We wish the
tiustees would discuss the subject at
their next regular meeting and invite
newspaper men and the public to be
1 1 .
Newt week wc will began a scries' of
carefully considered articles on the
11 isn .tMi uriimtwisi:.
Tally two lor the Gazette. Its sleuth
hound Ins traced the doughty Haley's
report of how the government has per
mitted him to throw away some $20,000.
and after finding it the sly dog doesn't
say where has geneiously given the
story to the world.
On genual principles it is establish
mg n dangerous precedent to parade
oflii id facts made public by collusion
with ollicial sources "under the rose."
Hut a SiiHinn ol Jesuitism seems ad
misstble in combatting thegutta peicha
policy of Minister Gibson. Unless one
gets behind the curtain somehow, one
can't know much about the play ; for
me- curiam rises oy K.ei)Soniy. it one
docs not steal the administration thun
dcr, it is likely to stay so long bottled
that nothing but the odor of brimstone
How many mares, under training by
the mounted constabulary, at public ex
cuse, and which the captain in his re!
poit says " were thrown out of employ
ment for a long lime," belong to the
ulacc stables ?
The reform editor has suggested that
the "mounted constabulary " flight to
be done in terra eott.a and placed on
perK.tud exhibition. Such facetious
ncss is -actionable trespass uion the
mi Urges of this dciurtmcnt. 1 low-
ever, the writer is forced reluctantly to
conios that the sK;ctacie 01 the gallant
mounted squad each on a bust
would have elements of picturesoue
fidelity to nature, closely approaching
When the "otherwise'' man read
the foregoing paragraph to the city
editor, that grim veteran replied, dryly,
"i, 11 you uo tne aw kw aril squad
in terra tolta and the minUlejr of the
interior in plaster of juris, you ought
t:iuiniiy 10 uo mc attorney general in
Mr Siki nitind Socnli-,t Ihniclcvue?
...... u eciJie nine tup 01 tiisa ipuinuii
ambition, has retired from tiic presi
demy of the orkmgmcn s Union, and
will hereafter devote himself to the
(Kills of snch drones as can afford it, at
his new shop. It is authorativcly de
nied that he has taken his former boot-
black into iKirtnership. N.ll This is
an advertisement, but is given, in the
spirit of true. Iwcnism, without money
nrui wimoui price.
Vankcc Doodle came lo town
Hidin' on a steamer,
fiibson lapped his empty crnwn
And said! " Am I a dreamer,
Or do I sec the Vankce frown
And hear his eagle screamer?"
'the Workingmcn's Union have sen
sibly sat on Mr. I)aniclwit7 and still
more sensibly decided to let the Gcr
mans support their countrymen under
the direction of Miss Hrcese. It is to
be hoped they will not elect any weak
brained agitator to succeed Mr. Uanicl
wit. 0 I'dward, dear Kdward, come down to us
Die Mthdvcrtiser Is desp'ratcly sick,
1 he cobwclw close cluster around the old stick;
, Dear Kduird Micfirhnc come down.
"Minister of the Interior Gulick,
ROW." Although Mr. Gulick is a
battle-scarred veteran of several militia
companies, the cabalistic initials suffix
do not mean "brave old warrior," but
arc -says Queen street a compliment
to Mr. Gubck's masterly capacity for
saying nothing at infinite length.
stiminsTioss inn rin.im: itr.romi
Km 1 on Saiurdav 1'ki.ss -Sir:
There has been of late considerable
current comment upon the inadequacy,
inefficiency and inconsistency of the
police department of the kingdom.
This comment has been by no means
confined lo newspaper writers or to
members of the "opposition"; but Ins
included most of the thinking men of
all classes. As it now stands the system
is at once a failure and a farce. 'I he
incompetence of in executive head is
latgely responsible for this, but the
system itself is chiefly' to blame. The
mere lopping off of limbs that have
outlived their usefulness is by no means
enough; the system itself must be re
formed. What this reform is to be is
for the careful consideration of the
coming legislature. . The following suti-
grstions, however, arc not alone the
views of a small minority. They are
based upon the experience of older
governments than our own, and reflect
the judgment of some of the soundest
thinkers in the kingdom. Kxpcctant
legislators are respectfully invited to
consmcr inesc views anil accord to
them what vveieht thev deserve.
Health, morality and the safety of life
ami properly, arc largely dependent
upon the police control of the commu
nity. That control, in turn, is largclv
dependent upon the system under
which it operates. And that svstcm
must be formulated and set in opera
tion oy legislative action. I.ct legis
lators realize how deep is their resnon.
sihility in this matter, and wc may have
at least the beginning of the needed re-
lorm. 1 here was never greater need
of an intelligent legislature. And no
question that is likely to come before
it calls lor the exercise of more patient
investigation or greater knowledge of
Hawaiian oinuai mc, 01 the Hawaiian
people and of human nature.
'I he evils of the situation maybe
divided into three heads: of system, of
executive control and of personnel. In
considering the system the first anomaly
which presents itself is the existing
union between civil and police func
tionsin most other countries distinct.
The necessity of this separation applies
particularly to cities, in this kingdom
it applies with especial force to
Honolulu only. Hut here it annlies so
clearly that he who runs may read if
11c can read at all. The average
policeman is recruited from the ranks
of average men, the world over; and
the average man is unqualified, by either
natural intelligence or education, to do
more than one thing at a time and do
h well. No policeman can be serving
civil processes, or hunting up witnesses.
without neglecting the plain duty of
guarding tne city and watching its citi
zens. This criticism applies to the
rank and file, to " captains" and patrol
men. Another evil of system is the
method of appointment. The gover
nors of the respective islands, who
now appoint the police, have liter
ally nothing to do with police
management. Since the eov ernorshins
ceased to belong bv the unwritten
law of traditional custom to men who
were chiefs in both name and rcalitv.
the office of governoi Ins been a purely
supernumerary one. To wear lace on
one's coat and red feathers in one's
hat, to have foreign men of war burn
powder in one's honor and be privi
leged to burn powder one's self, to
boss our matchless band, is what at
present constitutes the pomp and
encumstance and actual consequence
of a gov ernorship in the kingdom of
Hawaii. Hut mixed with this harm
less play-day pageantry which every
one is willing to see centred in such
amiable hands as thqsc of good-natured
John Dominis are serious duties, call
ing for the active exercise ol courage,
tact and experience. In lieu of police
appointment by the governor, I would
substitute a commission of three men
one to be appointed by the minister
of the interior and the attornevucntral
jointly, another by the Honolulu
Chamber ol Commerce, and a third to
be elected by the real estate tax-payers
Of the city of Honolulu. Kach of these
men should be n projierty holder, a
voter and a resident of Honolulu for at
least two years. These men should
serve without pay. On entering upon
their duties they should so classify
themselves by lot that one should go
out of office in one year, another in
two years and the third in three years
-the vacancy to lw filled by the ap
pointing or electing iicrson or ersons,
each subsequent apiwintment or elecy
tion to fill the office lor three years
unless the officer be removed by death,
resignation, or iinjwachment before the
supreme court. 'Ibis commission
should have power to appoint an officer
to be known as chief of police, he in
turn to be empowered to select his own
assistants, subject to confirmation by
the commission; and, in common with
sulordinatc, to hold office during the
pleasure of the commission or until re
moved by impeachment. All the nolice
ought to be juid good salaries enough
10 secure me exclusive time and atten-
Hon of good men It would un
tlotltitttll) increase taxation fur tiolice
purposes Hut there is notliiiic for
which citizens can so well afford to pay
taxes as for the protection of life and
projicrty insured by a sound police
As to the present officers of the
present force, the Press has already
said enough to set thoughtful people
thinking. Doubtless it angered the
friends of the marshal, and would have
angered the friends of the head sheriff
on Maui and Hawaiiiftheythotight that
the Press included them in the same
category of incompetence. Sheriff
Wilcox, of Kauai, has shown capacity,
but it is extremely doubtful that he
could be induced to forsake the garden
island for anything he might be ofTercd
here. It is for thoughtfut men who
have families to support and property
to protect to consider well who, in this
busy comihunity, is best fitted to be
head of its police system.
A word now as lo thepersonnel. The
daybasgoneby in this community when
a large majority of native policemen
will answer. At least a third of the
force ought to be whites. All ought to
he young men of character, of courage,
of stature, of strength and of intelli
gence. To have such men they must
be paid good wages, At least as
much as they could earn at other
work. It is for the legislature unless
wc obtain a municipal government and
a town council to say how many
policemen Honolulu needs. Whatever
the number, let them be all legnhirs,
this "half-fine" abomination has existed
too long. All the officers ought to be
men of unblemished reputation for
honesty and sobriety. All ought to be
able to speak both Hawaiian and
Knglish. None ol them should be al
lowed to work at any other business.
As to Marshal Parke and Deputy
Dayton let them still be marshal and
deputy, "but confined strictly to civil
business. 1 lie mounted police force,
having demonstrated its mastctly in
ability to be cither ornamental or use
ful, bad best be "done" in terra cotta, and
placed inthe museum as a warning tofu
turc legislators. In this cut t considcra
tionofa bigsubject I have left the police
system of the otlier islands almost en
tirely out of the question. Klcction of
sheriffs by the tax payers of each island
or set of islands, each shci iff to appoint
his deputies, ought to better the con
dition of things throughout the group.
As no Hawaiian city, other than Hono
lulu, is large enough to need a separate
police system, the sheriffs, if elected bv
the real estate tax payers, might safely
be trusted to do their duties if they
did not it would probably be the fault
of the clectois.
fair I atrtun .Srir.
Queen Vielorh is in ver) feeble health.
The Arlberg tunnel 111 Austria is completed.
Hussi-i's credit is bid in London, Paris and
Indi-m outbreaks arc feared in Grant County,
Agrarian troubles in Southern Kussii arc
'I he Vatican will appoint a nuncio for the
Itismirk is forbidden lj his doctors to do
There is great distress among the Irish emi
grants in Cinail 1.
The Ishnd of Chios has been visited b)
A hrge Unglih colony U to setlle in
1 he spread of Socialism in Great Hriuin is
The Servian insurgents lme been touted
with considerable los.
Great fro,ts had set in allincr Enidind
atxiut Hie 13th ultimo.
An Illinois farmer, aged 116, married a
widow of 27 list month.
Dc Lesseps says the Panama canal will be
completed in live )ears.
China i-. raising troops, and the foreign resi
dents are again growing uneasy.
The llritish Goi eminent has been forced to
discountenance assisted emigration.
There is great destitution among the poor
Irish immigrant f.umlies m Ottawa.
A general strike has been entered into fiy
the marine engineers in Italian ports.
War is regarded as probable between Russia
ami Austria over the Servian outbreak.
The opulation of the Slate of Nevada has
dwindled to 60,000, and israpidl) diminishing.
Ancifoit is being made to establish a Na
tional Soldiers' and Sailors' Home In Kansas.
1 he V. M, C. A. of San Francisco dined
five hundred newsies last Thanksgiving Day.
It now turns out that Terry's assailant is not
insane, but a political fanatic of the- anarchist
Winter had fairly net in most of the central
and New L'ngland states, alwut the 151I1
A new silver mining district lias been tils
covered on the river Copiipo In South
1 he Knglish Cabinet Is to pmh the London
municipality bill ahead ol other tu'iliamcntary
Diplomatic relations between Germany and
Spin are becoming effusive in mutual cor.
Kerr, the defaulting Chicago cashier, who
armed here on board the Ksscx las Ikcii
A llrooklyn horse named r'rank trotted a
mile in J.-oSji, having the assistance of a run
Dr. Schlicmann has returned to Athens In
broken health. I le it unable to'i.rocccd u iih
Considerable damage lias been done on the
GisperauK river, Nova Scotia, bv the slorim
and high tides.
The working people of Lnmliiii nude a
vigorous protest against the idle parade on
I.ord Mayor' Day.
Kiclurd llerry, for thirty-two jeau 1'iesl-
dent of (he Tradesmen' National lUnk, died
in ftcw 1 oik city, October 2Jnd, aged 79.
Kev, Isaac Willey Pembroke, he oldest
Congregational Minister In the Stale of New
York, .lor twenty-five years agent of the
American llihle Society, died In New York
city, October JJlh, aged 90,
0car Wilde has set oui to try hi fortune
on the sea at rxdlileVt He will join the Iruh
any, ana aspiry to a seat as a I'arnellite. lie
w once a ConkivativeuicmbcroHheStevccu
Club, and U turn an Irish Nationalist.
' The (..n.i-m Ugitum at Madrid and ihei
Nni,h Legation at Itcrlm will be raised to
the rink of emlnie
A recent fire in I-emdon temporarily
threaten"! Windsor Castle. Queen Victoria
was greatly alarmed.
The Democratic lenders counsel agreement
upon some settled line of wlicy licfbre going
Into Congressional w irk.
General Kosccnn U preparing a bill to be
introduced Into cungress this winter, to give
San I lancisco a new xjst office.
The second Suet Canal project Is receiving
much attention In Inland, where Dc Usseps
is engaged in pushing his pi ins.
A sensational story that the Nuly of Abra
ham Lincoln had been removed from its tomb
at Springfield, Illinois, is denied.
Lieut. A. L Mills of the I irst United States
Cavalry has mimed a ilruliler of Itishop
Paddock, of Washington territory.
An Irish giant and a Germ in giantess were
recently married Irt New New City. I lie ag
gregate length was 15 feet, 3 Inches.
The large firm of Michels, rriedlander &
Co., of San I'rancisco, have made an assign
ment for the benefit of their creditors.
The Krench anarchists are trying to persuade
the Cataloniau workmen to insult the Crown
Trincc of Germany when he enters Ilarcclona.
Roia llonhcur has had a three weeks' Illness,
and is now In a critical slate. She suffers
from cancer, and a dangerous operillon Is
. Recent outrages at Dtmlllc, Virginia, show
how deep mid listing is the sectional hilrcd
still existing In the South agtinst progressive
The Mexican Congress Ins found a true
bill against Governor Caslclli, in Vera Cruz,
for abuse of pwer while Prefect of Cordorv a
four years ago.
The Auckland Herald says "Sydney can
boast of two lepers. They are kept at Coast
Hospital, Little llay." In other words the)
The "South" Is "solid" again, and a
Northern capitalist says "that means the)
don't.want any more Northern capital down
. The determined altitude of the Australian
colonies on the New Guinea question has
caused Lord Derby, the colonial sccretaiv. lo
uraw in Ills Horns.
The Sacramento Record-Union recently
printed the crop and general business pros
pects of twent) -five California!) counties most
of them favorable.
The German residents of Russia have raised
a sub.cription or$i5o,oootomrdsestablisliing
ucrnian classes In the different universities and
seminaries of Russia.
The sales of tea by wholesale dealers in New
York on Wednesday reached almost an unpre
cedented total of 30,000 chests. Not since
the war has there been such .activity in the
James G. Illaine has become a nrandfailinr.
a he interesting event occurred at the hnm c.r
Mrs. Colonel Coppinger, Tort Leavenworth,
.November Sth. Mrs. Ilhinc is with her
1 he London doctors are threatening lo com
mence a campaign against canned goods es
several cases of sickness have been reported
as Having Iicen caused by the eating of food
which has been put in cans.
The new lighthouse at Hcllgate, New Vork
Harbor, will be 250 feet high, of iron, and
will be lighted by six electric lights of 20,003
candle power. It will make the Hcllgate
passage at night as light as day.
Nothing is hkcly to be done soon in the
United State's alxnit restricting the coinage of
silver lioth putics arc afraid to (ouch the
question, although there is manifestly more
liver being coined than is needed.
llvlloting for the Rector of the University of
Sr. Andrews resulted in the election of James
Kus.ell Iiwell, American Minister, who de
feated Udward Gibson, Conservative member
of parliament for Dublin University, by 91S
The American Roman Catholic bishops
meeting in the College of the Tropaganda,
Rome hav c resolv cd to dem ind of the Gov em
inent of the United States that "the relations
between church and state be based uioii canon
A London dispatch sa)s that James Davis,
Secrelar) of the London and San 1'rancuco
Hank, has absconded, llccinbeiiledso.ooo.
Including 10S Oregon and California Railroad
gold lionds, valued at 10,ox. A warrant
has been issued, and ,200 rcwaid offered for
Miss Allcrbury, of New Vork, assisted by
Kev. Dr. McCall and Daniel Heard, of the
American church, opened in I'aris a home
for American and Knglish women employed
in Paris. The reading-room, music-room, and
library were subscribed by the Anglo-American
There Ins been a crisis and a change in the
Peruvian ministry. lion Lugenii tarraburc y
Uninue, Manuel Gilup and Castro Scaldivar
have taken oaths as minister of foreign affairs,
chancellor of the exchequer and minister of llie
government, respectively. The appointments
have given much satisfaction.
The 400th annlv crsary of llie birth of Luther
was celebrated with great splendor in many of
the cities anil towns of Germany, especially
Merlin, VVouns, and Leipsic. Commemorative
meetings were held In Kngland, and llie great
reformer was made the subject of sermons In
many of the Lon'don churches.
A bitter anti-monarchy sentiment seems to
be gaining ground In Spain. The Republican
Military Society has Issued an address to the
army and the Spanish people, declaring thatjf
the government does not establish universal
suffrage at the nest session of he cones, the
society will adopt a revolutionary attitude.
Miss Jane Cobden, one of the five daugbtirs
of Richard CoUlen, the Knglish, free-trade ag.
lator, Is organising Liberal Clubs throughout
l-nglaml, A London cunesmndent of ihe
Chicago Inter-Ocean thinks " the day Is not
far distant when Iwtli Uberals and Tories will
have a party machinery exaclly like Ihe Repub
Iicans and Democrats In the United States."
I licks Paslu, of the regular rgyptian army.
and a detachment of Ilea men were annihi
lated by Ihe rebels In the defile of Kasligale,
Ihe Soudan is In asfe of Insuirectton.
!iiiail,Pavha, Khedive of tg)pt, sail the
disturbance In the .Soudan was due lo the
weakness of ihe cinlral government at Cairo.
lie Attributed the defeat Of llickl'l'avlu lo
the disorganisation of (he forces. The Egyp
tian soldiers needed more than other soldiers a
flag, military music, anil all (he eclat of war.
Without these they would not and could not
right. The army included Arabl I'atluM
forces, wlio had len senl out u malefactors.
Hour could lllckl Retti ftshl u.ifli caJs
malerjar? The cx.Khcdivc Is not - atitxh
ik mc esiMHiiiy, He irouiel not aclVMojKfli
Ing English troops to (he Soudan, as utl
euuisc Bugni piociucc more cvus. r
IhehrmoTknVMr-in k CO , d Mn butlnen m
3 ttia .""' S'P'swrsW :r. ' 'r.
I. t 'iirri tinvtnn And rroTHfrtru At
Honolulu, ami I
ivimn. niui .si lcwisi (U -an rrsnniisn
KKNNI.DV ft CO
TWO SrORK KOOMS, 44 s ,ftt
. . . . TWO OFFICLS
in 1 nc new brick Imiklmi Hitjaininu Lucas' PUninit
V nipitre of
tn ail tihon lo an aire aily rerv targe vantty of
1 ranjs, iitluslwlnwnamlMevnn- SI.ASON CAKUS
the umlmruntd Is Jmt In receipt cf fine assortment
ilirnt from limlon of
KVI'IIAI'I, IUCK A SONS' CAKIlS
in slnale, itoul le. and Irelte f.l I, frlnjej S.illn Cants,
I'lush Cards, I tellings, l!neN, nn 1 Screens
A fewMttof Miss T'oruon Cuiiminos'
a lite work oil llie Ihwalisn likunU
Siuitn, Clans' llnndqimrtors.
0ien every waek ilayevenimi for tle season
Til IIS. II. Til It V II.
I fli Fir r mill Dlillnouil Srtlrr,
N"Cw Nuuanii Sturrr
(0osite 1 lolli.l-r Si Co ),
Honolulu, 1 1. 1.
Particular altenlloii mtil lo reinirini;
T I C E
MESSRS. R. MORE Be. CO.
VVouIJ lieg lo'notif) I lie I'ulilic that tliey
lme just rccebej a shipment of the fimous
" ItOUSI'.IIOIll" M.VVl.NO .MACIIINI-
isT Anviwrton uidnntoptlrehaseasewinlnicti!no
uoul t it 1 well tocxainine them
a nmnlier of superior
Double-barrel Drench-loading Shot Guns,
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Rifles
Smith & Wlsson Revolvers.
A full assortment of CAKI KIIIGKS, hrass and
piper shell ; anj Sitortsuien's General Supplies.
isT Call and examine our Stock t
Hnung in our employ a first class I.ock and Gun
Smith, we are prepared to do all kind of repjtiing in a
fir&t -class manner and on short notice.
.SriWiif Milrlihli.i rj,li ril mill mljltitiit
And all kind of 1 ron Work m ide and repaired.
This Vopuiar Hinm'.rv, now lo
cated at 107, I'ort Street, will soon
be moved to the commodious quarters
over Thrum's, new news stand, in the
Campbell lllock, next to Mr. C. O.
lierger's office on Merchant Street.
I.v lis Nnvv Quartf.us it will
be able to do even more satisfactory
work than that which has gained it suqh
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It At)Vi.RnsF.s No SrcciALnins,
out is able to do au. &irts, sizes,
and conditions of Hook-binding,
Ruling, tattering, and Taper cutting
as well as in San I'rancisco, and at
At This CoMpi.rrc Hinrckv
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books arc carefully and firmly rebound.
.Au. Dkscripiions ok Hi.ank
Hooks are made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
work. The Uindery is now using
Weston's " Record " and " Ledger "
paper for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
ihe Machinery Used is all of
improved pattern. The " ruling ma
chine," with its new patent "striker,"
is equal to any in use in either the
United States or the Colonics, and its
recent work speaks for itself, being,
also, complimentary to the workman
who ruVis the machine. The .other
machines used inthe Uindery ate or
cutting paper rapidly, for paging ind
numbering, for perforating, for card
and pasteboard cutting, and Cur press
ing. The. Excellence okii Work
1'ERtOKMED is a result olVgood mate
rial and careful work. ',,
r. , rtritUM.
QEN80N, SMITH, CO.,
iij. 10Ul91KI.tr, HONOLULU,
7JI-UKIWS Ab UHAtt.ICi
TOlJR- AMI fKOCRIKIAKV- AKTICLKS.
A full lux
HANCV TOILKT CASKS
Pfluktww' Pr aimI craU kmih4
The underslitneJ, Proprietor U llie
Plnttoor Strxsm dimly Fiiotorr nml
destiTsl Inform Ms patrons and the putilic gencrnuY
..., ovtwiumanuinn mc rrceni DISSSTROea FriTF, he
NEW F A C r O R V
011 a much more etlemioe stale, svliich Is now In full
rpention. and ohich will It h coni lele orltlii order
by an estly nrrlvst of new nucliinery and loot.
He his recetted per AUmedj a luge and vnrled assort'
riioivi: at Mil i:s,
Ami Orimmrnl; for I lirhtimii Trrrt,
Will alto have on hand km pound of the m much
called for SCIIAUM C0NI-1 ITF, of his o.n manufac
lure; ami a large assortment of lilt own Home-made
Hit delicious, fieth CIIOCOtV I E CKItAUS,
CHRISTMAS ANIi NHW YIMR
I KUir,l,OUNI)(.SI'ON(ll',ANI) JFI.bVCAKI S
And he Is ax tin preptrrd to receive orders for Ins so
well-known rich and finely lUvorcd
ormmented In the most artistic t)!e.
M I NCI'. M li I', of the finest qualil 1 , will lw sold at
rirTV ifnts rpit found
With largely Increased ficilttles, I ant now prepared
aiun to supply my customers with 1'uhk anii
WimircviMK CoNrr.cTl0NK.itv of my own manufac
ture ; IhanldnK Ihe piihlic for the liberal teitronase
before the lire, and soliciting a eotinusneeof the same in
F. H OR N,'
The Oid Stanii,.
71, HtiTKL, STRKKT
Telej hone No , 74
An attrictlve I'ntertainmcnt wilt 1e Riven it the
Y.MCA Hail, on
runsiivv Ni.xr, dixemiu-Ru, issj,
A FANCY FAIR
Anil ICE CREAM FESTIVAL,
furlhc txnefii of the
.OUNtJ MTNS CHHI9TIVS AWKIATlON
nnd more epcculW to piy ofl" the baUir. of Jet t on
Ihe furniture, and to complete the uniitmhcj dm
ICh CREAM and a IaMc for Children with IOYS,
CANDIhS, Ltc., at 30'cloi.L in the ftenuxMi
In the ecntii the door will Le upenul at 7 uclxk.
mm mc ftaic win ix- cominciiccu m 7 3 j, 1 nere will be
an assortment of FANCY AR1 ICFS for sale, alvj
ICh CKhAM I
All fine) nrtlcleft to 1 coiilnbutnl for the table
Mtouiu Ln fttfit tn to tne Committee at the V. Mt C A,
I lall un Monday before noon if hmmMc.
Isjsirsoen at 7 1 m,
AdmU&ion, 95 cents.
Per order of the Committee on Fntertainmcnt,
TQ the Ct kbiv of the Sih-hkik CoOkT,
Hy virtue of ihe jwwer vested In me by the 843ml
Sectumof the Civil Cole, I hereby order a SI'LCIAL
1 LRM of the Supreme Court, fur the hcinntf of caw:
inlhncoonly, to U bet I In Honolulu on riIUKM)Yt
the3uihl)a)uflLCfc.Mlll.R,A.u iWj, at ioo'cUcL,
And ou are hereby directed to make this order
Witnkss my hand an 1 the Seal of the
Suiireme Court of lh IHwantn Is
(Seal) Iaiid, at Honolulu, tins 4th ilayofI)
comber, a i, i83i
A F JUDD,
Willi m Fostkh, Cletit.
171 it .
At n Suecial Meetlni tJ the StneLhnLlVrft nt ih
Interdiland htcam Naviattou Co. held on the 41I1
inkt , It was voted to Incrnw the Capital btocL, one
hum tret! thousand dollan, malt inn the lotal Ottntal
block of tho Company Cour liundrrt) thousand dollan f
and also that Mr. W. II McI.UVN w elected Thka
KUKCKforthe unexpired term, k W. F outer, roltned.
J l.NA, J,
beer stars .
Would inft4VAvtlic Fublictlut he has jint rstumctl
from ban traiwlicu wr ALanitjA Hilti a Choice tot bf
FRO VISIONS. MC,
(selected exrressly fur this market) which will beopcneJ
THIS ll.IV, Hitlunlny, llrrrmber i,
Nc- tp, KiNcSmHT
t&" CuoJl delivered flee bfcharKe.
JKDHIIS fKUM TllkOrilKR ISIANIIS rAiritriLLr
1 hop by strict attvnlbti la the wants ut th. coin,
munity. and fal' dealuii:s to merit a slum of the imLlic
New Goods will t added la my stuck fruin time to time,
as the wantsut uiy cuktumers may rcijutre.
ieT TuetnioNil Nu. 119.
i;o-mi C IIUSTACK.
NOTICE OP DISCONTINUANCE
fOLILK NEWS. l-OLICKOAZtrtt, ANI1
N, V, I LLUS I RAT I.U 1 1 M LS.
Iearnlna thl vutoui uublirtlcins if Miitifnl.L
character ara fallintf into the hands ui young Deole uf
tiw imiwi iwms uuriicuuny 01 lluiKfimu -"A(mJ
which arc calcukud tu woik laeMrablt injury, lb
umlcr lined hereby filve tiotic that iki uUcri(4loa
il U HCtivcd hereafter for the lliLlcic UajktT,
CULICK NkWI, N.Y, iLLlkTHATItll 'IlMW, Of Other
I'wpci 01 a iuf cum, uhj wun tn cio ot lias year
all luUcriptlotw to such I'crt (hrouhmy news fcgtncy
1II0S O. IIIKUM,
Honolulu, Nov, Ut. News Aeni.
N- ' V0L "' or
Tk AUc Ckssrch CkroaloU
WILL UK jit;vij
ON SV1URDAY, DFCEMUEK I.
THK A KM I CAN OlLkCH ClItONKLK. tJtltd Wki
iUi.tieu ty it cev. V ai4Civimoi. au4th Hv. itcu.
lavlUcc. Is a diuutctivtlv rchi.Uu4 nuiulru Jaivutawi
to the .attitttoc lh Chrlwncburcli touxhout th
world. It cmUewe alw thoulus oik literary, scicutl-
rrtce. fi.u wrt annum, uavable 11 aJtrAitc-r. Alt
CootiAuuiAiiuturrUMJii; tu fciHtwal, subwcriiatltju and
adytftkUftucut shouU t kuMrrut la th Kev. A
MatcutfOki: y,h wu 43, noooiuiu.
JuU received per MaaalUn.
H- And fcr uU by
-NCBANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
The New imd Fieuant Steamships
t All IPOS A inn! ALAMEDA
Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco as follows I
Marimssa san Francit-n, Oilntier lit
MARirnst Honolulu, Octohtr tjih- Noon
Amha . . .San Y ranritns, (Xtoher itth
Alawkda . Honolulu, Novemherttt Noon
Passengers may have their names liooled in advance
l.j appli ma at the oflice of Ihe aurnts.
Merchandise Intended tor shipment by this line, will
be received free of storane In Ihe tonipony't new ware.
hme, and receipts Issued fir same Insurance on
mercMpdlse, whd.t In the warehouse, will be at owners'
risk . '
t'S WIU.lAMC IKVVINecCo., Aeentt.
I'nrllr Mull ,V. S. Co.
Tor San Francisco
City of I'eslni ,. ,,,.0n or alwiit November to
Cityof NewVork On or alflut NmemUr ra
Su. .V On or alwut November 7
5t ,. , Onor about DecemUr ij
City or Sydney ......On or about January to
For Auckland and Sydney I
7elsndia.it On or obout Ololrr 3
y"Stunejr 'On or about Oecrmlxr 1
0"tMlP !, .On or about December o
elsiidia On or alwul January A
JvTRW YORK and
Honolulu Pnnfcnt Mnts,
MF.SSKS. W II CKOSSMAN A I1R0 ,
77 ANI171J KROAI) aTRfHT, Nw VORK
Will dltiKitth a first-tltts vessel
From Nnsr York Direct to Honolulu,
in All neroiim
Parlies desiring to ship by this tine will dn well lo
forward orders by this mail, and tier Marhsssa
Sfr'f CASI I.I. At COOK) . Agents.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
MM. OK SlI-AMr.kR.
It ATM ,, , . ... a.CommanJer
Will run rrffubrlf for KONA and KAU,
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.r
.... ,. 19
.. . M 30
1 uevfa ,
Arrive at Honolulu at 5 u m,
I rida .
I ucvl iY
Move 111 LeraT
Cameron commanJcr, envr Honolulu every luei
diy t 5P in for Nihwih, FColori. I leele, und Wat
mea. KitiaL Returning leate Nnwiliwilt every
The thtmcA Mahre,
Freeman commander, leave Honolulu every 1 hurt
da), at 3 p.m for Kajiaa and kilauea. Return
ingleive Kami every I'uculay at p.m . and touch
Intc at Walanae both wavs.
The V. 11. Jlhhop,
f)ivUommander. lei vet Honolulu every Tuesday
nt 4 v M fur KuLuifiale. Ilonoka-s.and Paauhau Re
turnuijf rrtvc at Honolulu every Sunday morning.
AKK AMY TURNER.
Parties Inten line to order Rood shipped by th!
vessel will plcitc note that the Mail leaving here on the
151ft inttnt Oder tlie ut opjortuiHty to connect with
i ; fat
I OR SAN I'RANCISCO
t it m:yr.n x towM.vr, auhu.
Merchtndivt received btorage Free, and hbcral cmih
ndtances made on khipincntt by tl i line.
TABLE FOR THE
nii Meamer will leave Honolulu each 'IUFSDAY
at 4 r M , touching at Lalialna, Maalaea II y, MaIcciia
Maliulotui, Kawaihae, Iupahoehucand H1I0,
Kelnnilnn wii touch at all tho alpove rwirts, arriving
at Honolulu each SUNDAY murnini.
o " WJLUKK&Oi
JOR SAN FRANCISCO
llie Clipper llrigaiitlne
ir. o. nt my,
Quick Diapatoh for tho tabova Part.
Kur I reltht or I'assae , npp! to
164 VV.G. IRWIN i Co, ABenls.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
llie Si lendid Sleftimhip
A U S T 11 A 1j I
1 OK SAN IRANCIbCO.
0 or About Dooa bar Xai.
'llie b( lendid bleamshlp
furx' or sritxur
lor M'liNBY. vU AUCKUNI,
, Wo aio now neared to Uu. tl.Utt to San Fran
cik.0 and return for J115. the round trip.
Goujls for shipment 11 steamer can now1 U stored,
rree ol clarne, in the fire proof wareliuUM near Ihe
For frcizht or passage, apply lo
i(Su . II. HACKKKl.ll & Co.r!Aent..
pOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favurlle baric
MII.LKK... , ,, ,,,...... .,,.,,, Master
Quick XMiMtcfc Sw tk AWw Pswt
lor frcishi or asvce, apply to
i9 r, A. SCHAKFKR 4 Co., Afems.
JOHN A. PALMER
B. H. WOODWORTH
llavt this day furiuej to turtoenhlp under the nam.
TA. VIISHT.il. HUH I WOMKM VU.
llgiolulu, November 15, iMj.
Johm A. l'u., ' K. II. WuowwoiTM
THE ORYSTAX SOBA WMU, '
The universal uularuywbuh our luoileenla asui
llie liMreaelu ifeeoaJid fur the U Muaranlee of thaei
supcrimiiy. Out (Iium Ale U euuaTu, iIm TauaalT
M U uwd for ihe uU. liipUe. ol ftfhi --
aehk, hllly UiuncUI bTZuulsoc'e and 'rHinikb?
W, ,"", . l"4J"f. " flly KaJ a
juudt fie of ciaije W all pa11 of tU CHv.
prSpUy ftU:", MM-t B"W -, C H l
Our Telephone ouiuWjU jut. ' 3
Order from the oeber IwLia.l. .111 JJ
attention and be tJuppcd wuhoul delay,'
Adstreu ail ordera 10
' THE CKSTAL MUX WOH,
HoHoieeo, ,... ,,,.,,