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HATUKDAY I 'UKHiS
I'tihlkatlniieirnra la at MtMl !" ,IM
tntlal liinmt Hi l4 I'oil tll
Snliecillier "'t A.lvettliert will (lUaia aililia,
Tllon II, TlllltIM, I'uMUIiff and l'(iillr.
All matter for lit Halnrday I'reu thouM In
.ri,t, ....,1 lo Ihe ' rHTUItliAV I'ltllMfl
. Mnlltoolanr eventi nflnlereil Iramplrlnie mi
Hi other Islni'li will Iwt be lhnV,illr eele.
fnr imlilliallit, Cnrrelinl,leiilt ' lltll ,n
aupend their Irno namea to ll ftjaiiiniiiieallont,
not for uiilillfallisii tieteiiarllv, ! r.rnl
Hill III wllter l arllilK In xnott Mill,
(illl'l IIMIII1H i),ill
thUhlli"' II rlrolitr In Ihtlr Tmrhrr,
l.asi llwrwlny nlghl Ihe i;imind nf the
c liinftff hiirrh weie gay wllli paper lanlernt
anil the auillcnee romm, 1vr nrxl Im-Iow,
were bllllliiitlj llsthlnl, 'I he MfMlon n the
wrlinnv extended liy lli Chllttlan c hlnete of
Honolulu Hi their llld fiterxl awl teacher,
,ll r W. IJMHMI, ("Prank I union .1 Id
In- new leachrr of ( hlnee bumi-hi ly Mr.
Djnwm from I'l lni. loKev mid tr. S. C. Da
mon and In Mia. I'. W. f'tinoii, Ml, (iivi Klin
wat llif moving t lilt in Ihe alf.ilr, hi efforts
hung ahly tiiiilcl liy lil effii"lcnl wife, liy
C untiil Aire, liy Mr. 1.1 Cheung anil liy the
( Iiiikv ' hileilan generally. Tin" second
r)iy mom wa prettily dimmed, brant hnauf
palm Mood In llie comer, br.tnc-he of annie
Ijiacrful climbing plant depended fn.ni the
lamp bracket nloni llic wall ami hiing from
ihe thiiidtlln. Tin "ilplt l'ial ll ronven
llonal idrnlll) In a inanllr nf Rotten and feint
and delicate giecneiy. On ill' wall l.rhirnl
thr pulpit weie llie ttiinU "Welcome Aloha"
IV Mime ttiuili nrol the ine kilning thai
hAil greeted Mr. Otfgle Ami Mr Mitwii In
the V. M. C A. Hall-
The ptngraiinne nf welt-niiir hr((.iii liy n few
mud In Chinese fiom Mr. (too Kim. Then
Uev. CM. Hyilf prayed. After prayer it
familiar hymn writ mine- Hawaiian, Chinese,
Kni'lMi voice, each In llirir imn language,
Then M. I". V, Dvuifin iriidcn brief addict
In Chinese, lie miL. slowly )rl tvilhnul
any hetitancy .mil with apparent fluency, evi
dencing a markeil ailtance In liWHii'ly iifat
cal a imillim of n lanRii.i:c whine liileiiniii
jlilcillahcn have liern the ilepilr of man) n
HnKiittli After III aililrcn In (.'hlnrnc, he
ipnke liilelly In HnnlMi, rireliir the (;racc
fill convene nf lliit ('.racefiil wntencc nf Con
fuciin, " It l H'i"' I" l'."M ''"' honic come
lraelei from a foreign ulioic." Mr. Il)ile
niaile a fclicltoiit little speech of cnii;ralula.
lion, In behalf of the forrti;n well wither ol
the Chlnete Mllon. Another hymn wa
iini;, after which brief iicrclicft were mule
by Itcv. S. C" Damon, Hum. A. I". Jmlil anil
.Mr. T.ll. Davlei-all Ihiec belnc Inter
prcleil by Mr. I.I ('lieuni;. In the courac of
ml:e JuJil'a rciimk, he ailvlcil nil the tin.
nnrrltil ailult Clilneae before him to i;o or
Heml to China nml take eacli to hlimelf ant
wife. .Mr. Davlea allmlcil in glonftif; Ictim
In the average commercial Intecrity of Cliinenc
trailers In I lawulf, ami incnlloncil, Inipersiiii.
ally, nn instance of rare lnnincu honor on the
iart of a Chinese merchant oftlilscity. .Mr,
To Ting, llie new teacher. ot,e briefly, in
The attemlity then went ilimn itair lo the
school tooni, where ice cream, cake, tea anil
coffee were scrvedl anil when: the audience
liail the pleasure of hearing Mil, I'. W. I)a
moti sluj, In Chinese, one of the familiar
liymni of Christian In fry laml. The laily'a
mattery of the language ami it accent Is so
tirifrcl tint Mr. I.t Cheunc ilecl.nes thai if he
hail not seen Ihe.slnger he ahoulil have be
lievevl the solec lo be that of a Chinese Inly.
Ill ,ii 1 1 , Vpl-mber )J, tRI-f
lai (javc llie munmli an air of mlr anil !,
lie llii wmilil lw lifn an tairriU relief 1"
'the iImII immmmmw imitlw iImi l prevlll
fnt o lonR bail there li any liwlriea mm pin
it, Imt liyimt ih wernot fit mll rftM'r,
ami llie eaie for lilimtfnl of pl by liar,
li'illllnyj b lrirtplieil It rrmke lb wrak'a
InillnciH illlfer In lonr frmn llinw Ihal ha
Am'jtif! the lmirl r Alamula wIIIIkiiio
ilrait la nlirnir ami l.jtu Mk nrirMtaof
rlre, N,,, lnmih a Ihine aie atlfelr
on nur proiliKl ami eiMl lltl,H immnllailely
or4loii an rn'itilry a l the rnnon for lliew
Imjiorw of fmelitn proibict. It ein In tliow
ti ItiAl ihfir It xiinethlnf! raillcally wrong
oiiiewh'rc, iheri rlee can lie lmiiteil anil
pay a ipclfic ituly of ', cent tier midiI ami
yet l lamlwl ht elienrwi tlwii llml rlre tun
lie bail. When Ihc range of price rullngonihe
cimI I olncrvetl, ii will lie noted thai ofien
time I1I.1111I lice I toner than China, ei, In
pile of till fad, ainl the eiltn la ol Impoii,
.Iheie I enrniiiai;eineiil, fnstem! by our own
people, lo buy nhio-iil whil we pnxlucr al
home Information come to us tint ihebulkof
llil liuMiitatloti wasaby pirlyof!inma higher
figuie was ilcinjiuleil heie for Maml rice than
mi then iiilih!,or likely lo rule, on the nml
riiU ha often been llie cae wllli other nrllct-
of Islaml pioiluce ami etlilrnlly piesallt, a a
rule, arul little 01 no cnrourai;eincnl I belli
nut to llie local Investor. In time of tcatce
anil high rate ol eschinge, a have ruleil for
some time past, there wouhl be a much laiger
rniir of eiHiilrri, If tome encouragement
neie oicatlimall) olfereil, Insleail of ileniaml
lug all 01 inoie than San rranritco price. I'or
our pill, wc fall to dec the economy of a policy
that force piuluccr (0 be their own coilrrt
ami cotisumeil, in luinto linpoit agiinllmilar,
ami In aoine raaea the name, article thai have
been exwrlciK cstwclallv when the latter Is
ilone at fl navlrig on the nuikct rate ruling
Auction nialleia lor the week haie not been
enlivening. 'I be most of the parcel of leal r
late announced lor Mr. V- I'. Ailams ruorlga
pees vale, nn Monday tail, weie withdrawn,
three were paid up, anil one lot ronilfni of
two paiccls weic dispoei nf, rcalllni; $500
and $.17Si rrapectivel).
1 be City of Sydney will be due lo morrow
.from the Colonic, en route loSan I'rancisco,
and the Alameda will leave heie on Wednc
day the lit piosiino. The I'mekn and Con
uelo are alo loading for the same poil..
fiallacr. I' Mnrxli, Mm M A Hilton, Mrs
II (.reic, Mi, lii'li'incf, Walter Hr-ne-r,
J II llahn, ( I llaslv, Mr I Is and
'hdd, I'ibn Avfi-in, ( I ( mwH, f hm
Alidrrxm, Mi M I Santos, J I . fiomley,
l I inner, ( , M, I'irwI'r, I., II, Kerr, wife
ami 1 rhlMin, II I 'Irmnannl, ami J7
I'rom Maul ami Molok-al, tr Ulellke,
Sefil, 17. N ft. Wilder, I llin.ll, Ithhop
WfllrW, Mr, A. Solomsn and chlldien, Mr.
Hmler, W. I'. A, llrewer, wlf', child ami
Hrvant. Dr. I. M. Whllnev. wife ainl
chlldien, I, L Klee, Mi. II- Ireadnay,
and eblld, A. Ilairie, v. U, Alwater, sv. 11.
Ililie. Mr. I',. N'rwlnn ihI rvanl. II. V.
Me)er, MI ami Mier T Meyr, Clplne
arid jo dr. k.
r-'rmn Han 1'rancUcn, Per Contuelo, Rent. JO
-107 k ll, 51 bale hay, l,f75 , l!"ln
and feed, 5fi W flour, A c haidwaie, 5
e cotton it'ioil, 10 e cigar and lolwcco, HJ c
ifwmg machine, 50 hi lug, 17 e fruit, 15 c
bread, a6S c canned g'Knl, 5 pkg wheel, 7
e marble. 110 Ion uml, n pkg nak.J hoiM.
jj,5(i brick, u bbl lime, ,7y ic lumber,
Je lundry mdse.
from San I'ranclicn, r Alameda, Hfpl. it
'7 pkg grocele. 8oj 11 canned goodi, l,'J
pkg. pridluce, 5,lK'j pkg grain and feed, 510
U bay, j,j7iik llour, ji pkg lealb'r, &
pkg cigar and lnbccn,l(i c IkkiU and lue,
84 iikgs'glaMwaie, 185 pkg wine andlliuor,
I0J1 c wp, Ji pkg beer,l lioal and oar, 7c
notion, 1 ic kkiI lable, 8 c platter il'Cor , 5
Ml broom. 1 nki' Imts. 7 tiku inilble, It
k cofb-e, 55 C clock, 4 Iron afe, I lmller.3
tank aiiimonla. Ifi tiki' wagon, 15 t Ikk
and alallonaiy, 41 tic iilank, 15 pkg hiiW, it
c dry giKjili ami clothing, 81 bndl and ca pa
iki. 8 tiki't crockerv. lot tele. ikisIi, fi C rub
ber giKnU, 7.1 pkg furniture, jo c nail, i,jrj
n rue, n iii. priming niaiermi, jou c nun
6 c maniifactiiilny wrKil, Irtct mdse, 7 c
ball and cam. (1 aewiiiL' machinea. VI like
wheelwright goo-n, 71 pKfcs iiarnwaie,oo pug'
China giKxl, 518 111 blnglei, 1 c mldng and
frame, 20 bndl tubing, f cs galv. Iron, 53
pkgn paint and oil, 4 c maul, cotton, 4 c
woodcnwaie, 37 c drug, 10 doors, and und.
.IfriHHrttitthi nf II f ,sre,iMtaAIi Jhtwrilfi
Hailed from S111 I'iancisco, Sent. 151b, at
3 l". M., with i paiserigeia ano nroton
catgo, had light head wlnif and inooth sea,
aillvrd Sept. Jlnd, Hi') A, M , d dayi, l)
hour, 30 minute. Hlinorr,
The I Innnliilii letter unavoiilably held over.
Mr. S. C. Mason's lecture at the V. M. C, A.
Hall was not very well attended, but was well
received by those present.
The Guide this week omlitcd that K-Col-lector
General Allen was last Saturday pre
sented with a hamUoine gold headed cane, ac
companled by a letter signed by all the clerks
of the department.
Mr. William McGinn a valued compositor
In this oflice was married Ut Thursday to
Miss Mary 1C. Dais. The Press including
every one In Ihe establishment wishes the
happy couple esery joy, all prosperity and a
long life In which to enjoy them.
Al the I'clhel Union Chinch, lo-inorrow at
II A. M. Ihc Kev. S. C. Damon I). D. will
officiate, baling for hi subject hii recent visit
lo Jap-in. The Kev. I'.. C. Oggcl will preach
in llie evening. There will be a service of
song at 7. 1$ r.M, conducted by Mrs. Kdward
C. Damon. All are cordially Imited.
This afternoon, the Hoyal Hawaiian Hand
will play at 1'tnma Square. The following ii
the programme s
Mirth "Tilt Strcnailt" t ..I'rrU
Overture 'l'Ih Cuurl Cancan' Autxr
Selection "All In Miti." I'rJroni
Wallt-r" Vienna llon.Ilons' . Strang
Dnce-"'llie Alwrclnt"... . ....... 'I lnere
.1 II II I r.l I.t,
S.sitlKliAV, Septemlier JO. -II
I I M S Taukuba fiom CoipilmlKi
Am bgtne Consuelo from Sail P'ranclvo
Sell Kalnliow from Koolau
Sell Mile Morris from I.ann
Stm KapiolanI from Molokai
SUNliAV, Seplcmbcr JI.--Stmr
C. It. Ilishop from llamikua
St inr Iwalanl from KauaL
Stmr Ichua fiom llilo and way inns
Stmr Waimanalo from Waimaualo.
Sell Nellie Merrill from l.aluiiu
Sell Kob Koy from Kmilau
Mo.NtiAV, Scpteinber jj.
Schr Kinma from Waialua
Am. s Alameda from San I'rancisco.
Tuksiiav, September J3.
htm Mnkolii from Molokai.
Sell Caterina from llanalci.
WriiNMHAV, September 14.
Sim Kilauea I Ion from Hawaii.
Sell Wailelc from Maliko
Stni. James Makee from Kauai.
Sim. Waimanalo from Kaens ioiiit.
TllURStiAV, September 25.
.Sell llaleakala from l'ceckeo
l'RtrAv, Septeinlier ao.
Sch Walchu from Waialua.
Sch I'ohoiki from 1'iini.
Sell Kckauhiobi from Haiulei.
SAiurtruv, .September 37.
Stm Ukchkc from Maui.
Sch Mamiokawai fnan Koolau
Sch I'auahl from llanalci.
Sch Kawailan! from Kauai.
Sell KapiolanI from Waianae.
Saturday, September 20.
-Sch Kckauluoh! for Kami. '
Sch I'auahl for Kauai.
MonoaV, Septemlier 22.
Stmr Likelike for liana and wayoits.
Sell Waiehu for Waialua
Sch Waimalu for Kauai.
Sch Manunkawa! for Koolau
Tiimiiav, September 23.
Stmr C K Ilishop. for Hamakua.
Stmr Kinau, for Maui and windward ports of
Stmr Planter, for Kona and Kau.
Stmr Lehua for windward pons of Hawaii.
Sch Kob Koy for Kwa and Waikane.
Sch Kainbow for Koolau.
Sch tmma for Waialua and Koolau,
II. I). M. S. Constance fdrcrulsesoulhward,
WrjiNtstiAY. September 24.
Sch Nettie Merrill lor Lahalna
Stmr Iwalani.-for Kauai.
Stm Mokolii for Molokai
Thursday, Septemlier 25.
Schr Leah! for Koholalcle
Stm Kilauea Houfor Kauaihae.
Sch. Caterina for llanalci.
Sch M E Foster for Waimea
Friday, September 26.
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Sch. Wailele for Maliko.
One of the cle crest brochures it has em
lieen Ihe writers gool fortune to read Tia been
left In this office for perusal by lhat fast fiiend
and appieciativc admirer of the (at present)
genllei ses, Mr. It. W. I-alne. The Woman'
Daily Globe, Iloslon, September I, 2002, is
the title. Kslracts from it will be printed
Dr, McKIbbin has been dUmWu.'d fro.ii his
position as examiner of lcpci. The dismUsal
was made two weeks ago, at a meeting of the
lioard held when Mr. Cleghorn was absent.
Gibson, Gulick and laukca managed the de
capitation to suit themselves, but the lact was
wliheld from ihe public, including Mr. Cleg'
horn, until Yesterday. If eupciience Is ol any
value lo a lcjier examiner, Doctor McKibbin
ought to know wimelhlng aliout examining
leper. Hut lhat, doubtless, is a xenon fault
in Ihe e) es of the president of the board ofdrath
as Doctor Stallard terms it.
Mr. J. M, Slinson, who has been the effi
cient foreman of the' Saturday Press pitnling
establishment during the past Incite months,
leases soon -probably on the Alamesla-tVor a
tiip to the Coast, Mr. Stinsonwill combine
wilh rest and recreation, enough " business"
to familimitc himself with the recent piogress
in printing methods, oi shown In the Iwst
establishments of seteral American citle.
He will return about Notemlier 15th.
lie leases behind a set of doleful compositors,
in whom he wai the mu! just and generous
of foremen, am a disconsolate editor, who
tloes'nl know how the Moses to do without
Three btave )oung men started out last
Wednesday morning at 7130, and after sis
hours pull reached the summit of l-aniliuli, the
peak, on the WrU.cf the pall, said to lie 3joo
feel high. This peak Is rarely ascended by
any one, natite or white. 1'ioni the appear
ance of the mountain, ll was judged thai no
one hit ascended the mountain for many years
past. The ticw from the summit U supuib.
At a fairly good trail has been cut out, and
the tlaneerout placet cuniparatitely safe for
surefooted and cool-headed climbers, there
can be no better time than now H repeat the
climb. If a guide be wanted thete is a native
ntuied llopil, Using In the valley tuck of and
utat the Half Way House, who is familial
with the toule,
Schr Kauikcaoull Inr Kukalau
Sch llaleakala for I'cpeekeo.
Vessels Cipected Irons Foreign Porta.
Llvpitr-ooi-, Brit bk Vanuna Ingrain
Due now. O. Y. Macfarlane X Co., Agent.
l.lvaarooL, llrit bk OrHKLlA Lambert
Due Oct. 1-3. T. II. Dasiet Co., Accnlt.
Jaluit, ll'. bgtne Haiasd 'Heme)
Due In all October. A. F. Cooke, Agent.
lt.sarn-1, Ani bk Mamtiia Davis Itenson
Due Oct. ao-13 C llrcner at Co., Agents.
Naw YoK,Cer kk Halia Thornkolm
Dut Oct. aj-jo Castk A Cooke, Agents.
Nsw York, Am. stui bk Can. S Homkm ..PeTr)-
Du now, coal for U. S. Gosemmcnl.
Port Townsend, Am. bk Fork-xt QeaKM ..Kotleen
Due now. , Agent.
Loiuom, via 4s. Michaels. Krencti a UordkaVX, . !
Due Sept. 10-15. tl. tY. MacfarUna a-Co., Agents
Glargoa, lint, bk Uanca Haibcrrow
ivHiiiwui nu. ,, r. n. naeiera co.,Agcnii
IIonckokc, Am. Ik Aaaia Cakvii,. , . Pen Jlelon
lAwJing Aug, 41. , Agenls.
SvnKRy, Api s sCinor ssu.itv Deaiborn
Uue ept, -3. Mackltkl Co., Agents.
New Cauls, N S W. Ilriubk PACincSLora, lUrne
Du No, 1-5. Wilder t Co., Agents.
NrwCastir.NSW.Am bk NiciioiAsTHASsii,Crobv
LoadiDg Aug 14. Agents.
PoaTTowNSfcND, Ambklne WwxsTsra.,..
I'or Kahulul, due Sept. 15-jo. WiUer a Co., A'g'ls
San Francisco, Ambk D, C. MvaaAV ...Peiry
Due iept sj-ag. , Agents.
Ssn Francisco, Brit a s 2alanoia WebUr
l)je Oct .. HacVreM Co., Agents.
Honi.rono, Ger bk Ckntaub
IxsaJuit; August (, 'Agents.
San Francisss, AmbViDCLAtisSretckiLt Drew
(oadlng h-, is, Y. U. Irin4 Ca, Agents.
San I'rancisco, Am. Ik Cairamikn , HubbanJ
Loailuif JWpt. islli. llackfeMa Ca, Agtnls.
Iaixdon "J bistoN & IUdsira, llnl ahip Dscca,
Perry. SaileJ from London Aug., 19. Agents.
Sam Francisco, Am. s. s. Mariksa, llaywud
true ski. a. ss. u, irwut a s-o., Anis.
f7,re li-eiewr'e teiMlnlaerirea,
Charle llrewer was lorn In Cornhlll, llos
ton, In March l8o. When aloul seven he
was setil lo Hast Sudbury lo school. 'I here
happened his first recoided adventure, hi fall
ing off a horse and having hi cheek deeply
cut and hi jaw lionc broken. Kvcn at lhat
early age he wanted lo go lo sea, and when
the war of l8u broke out he urged hit mother
lo let him join a privateer as a " powder
monkey." Hut Mr. llrewer father wai then
dead and his mother refuted lo let him go.
However, in common with other school Injys,
he turned out lo help erect Ihe earthworks ol
Fori Strong, on Noddles Island, which were
built In 1815. In 1818 he entered Ihe store of
George A Thomas Seaile a an apprentice.
He remained there three years, or until he
was 17. Then his mother, yielding to Ihe
almost daily expression of bis desire to po to
tea, consulted with Capt. John Trail, Capt.
Ilcnjamin Kich and Capt. Holland, three old
retired nietchantt and merchant captains, and
Umri their advice reluctantly consented lo lei
young llrewer "follow his lient." His first
voyage was at a green hand on the Palmer,
owned by llv: I.ee family and bound for Cal
cutta, His stages were $5 a month. 'Hie
voyage lasted sisteen months, and instead of
" curing " him, as his mother and friends
hoped it would, it only whetted hit appetite
for sea living. He made a second toyage In
Ihe Palmer, a short toyage lasting only five
months. He (hen shipped atari ordinary seaman
on board the Paragon bound for these islands,
ane leu notion, renruary 23, 1023 ami nan
long toyage of 182 day. She had on
board United States Consul Thomas Crocker,
and his clerk, Robert Kttvell. The second of
ficer was Capt. John Dominls, father
of the present Governor of Oahu and
Maui, Shortly after the Paragon reached
Honolulu, Queen 'KapiolanI, favorite wife of
Kamchaincha II, died at Lahaina, and the
I'aiagon, among several vessels, was chartered
lo carry passengers to the funeral. Voung
llrewer witnessed the funeral which was at
tended, he says, by nearly 12,000 natives.
Hi next toyage to these Islands was on
boaul the Chinchilla, Capt. Thos. Meek,
Voung llrewer, then only 22, sailing as first
officer. During the years 1826, 7 and 8, the
Chinchilla made toyages between China,
Sitka and Honolulu, taking American good)
from this port to Sitka, buying furs there and
taking them, together with Hawaiian sandal
wood, to Canton, In 1831, Captain llrewer,
then first ohicer of the Ivanhoe, brought the
first night blooming cereus lo Hono
lulu. Captain Hrewer's first command
was the schooner Victoria, belonging
to William French of Honolulu. That wat
in 1831, Captain llrewer afterwards coin,
manded other Honolulu-owned vetsels. Cap,
tain llrewer was the first to inform the
whaling captains at Honolulu of the great
abundance of whales in the Okhotsk Sea. In
1835, Captain llrewer and Henry A. Pierce
founded the firm of Pierce Sc llrewer. Hut,
in 1843, Mr, Pierce retiring, the firm took its
present name of C. lliewcr A Co. Captain
llrewer, concludes that portion of his reminis
cences which relate lo the Hawaiian Islands,
(which he persists in calling the "Sandwich"
Islands), with the following sentences : " My
life at the Sandwich Islands, during a period
of nearly twenty-six yean, was a very pleasant
one. I shall always remember with gratitude
the kindness I rcceited from the many friends
in Honolulu, and especially from His
Majesty King Kamehameha HI, who, from
boyhood lo his death, was always my firm
ifirri'af vliiieie'a GviMt Ltirk
Mr, II. J. Agnesr, of this city, with his
well-known mare Maude, which he look over
with him last July, has been attracting con
siderable attention among "turfmen" on the
coast, hating entcreil her successfully at the
Oakland races of September 4th, and at tire
Agricultural Park races, Sacramento, Septenv
ber I Ith, with the following results t
UAKt.AMi. ivtpl. 4. I be third race was
iiacinc for a purse of Ssoo, the entries ami
starters being Maud llM Johnny Weiggle,
iNetaila ami nam Lewis. I ne pools sold be.
fore the start were $100 on Maud Ik, $65011
the field, Nevada and Sam Lewis, and $33 on
Wcigle. The favorite had it all her own way
from start to finish, and In the'list heat act
ually walked across the score, in doing which
she came within a head of losing the heat to
Vtcigle. Ihe rnce Is lully enough describes!
Tin: 11 in in;
Mnn-litty, llrplrml-rr tlt'l,
III- Kilmea I low will proUbly arm' lo
dayfi"in IliP.and way ports wiib l.yntni,
rj pkga Mtgar
Ihe Klna rrima riff lh! Mailfrf railway
Ihh iwirrrinc like a bride In hr liaamy. ami
will ieHm h'r rnitlr lo morrfi
'Ihe tioll-atatlon stale leeonM ilrunVt.
MalnnUy nlghl, arul tinting larflay wk In
ebilile and one fasl drlvrr wr te hanll In.
I liC. It. Ilhlinp brought down fiw bail
near, J hhlr, yn goal skins, 10 hnd cattle
wii,'flm sprf. 1 lie Illsia bl'wglll
'I he 'ItsilsiilM, a Japanese man of war, em
ployed at a training ship, arrived in port
Hilurday, from (Vpilinlvi, Chill, Captain
Aildjl I captain, and Metilenant Aral, com
mander 'Ihe J. D. Jspreckel arrived at Kahulul on
ihe morning ol lh 18 Intl., II dayi 10 hour
from San Francisco, wllli a full cargo of atsor
led mercliandite. the eapect to tall again on
I'llday the 26th Instant, taking alioiii 'm
itftkagr of angar
The privy council met al noon Saturday,
Ihe council confirmed Ihe nomination nf
t'urlli I. laukea to be lolleclor general of
cutlom. The long delayed fiaiette charier
wai referred to a cominlllee for revision. 'Ihe
lenience of the murderer Krarm hat been
commuted lh rram (mil official) generally
believed lielng that he I lo lc Innoculaled
Mr. Charle I'urnraiix has now on exhibition,
In Mr. John William' pielty Utile pholo
graphic parlor, one of the rnott realistic por
train ever eshiblted In Honolulu- lh por
trait of Mita Annie Cleghorn. tl Ii painted
with higlily liquified oil, giving a smoothness
and delicacy lo the aurface of the painting
equal to ihe finlth of a niersotinl. Al lh
same time, Ihe boldnct and strength of Ihe
Ix-sl oil painting Is preserved. 'Ihe painting
It rich in color. The warm Spanish complex
ion of llie original being faithfully reproduced,
while the clear cut features hive a tlcrrotcopic
appearance Out it tlarllingly life like. A lei
of chrysanthsmums showing over III' right
shoulder, in harmony with Ihe complexion, hat
been handled with great skill Ihe combina
tion h"ing one of remarkable beauty,
THftliiHf Arittrmher JlStlt
The San Francisco Merchant says thai the
schooner Clan Spreckclt It hating her rig
changed to a brig.
Mrs. Hall, wife of Judge Hall, of Nevada,
wat a passenger by the Alameda. She will
remain here for some time on account ol her
J. S. Smithies, clerk of the board nf Im
migration and of the land office, hat lieen
nnllfird that al Ihe end of the month his ser
vices will be no longer needed.
It apears not unlikely, according lo late
exchange, lhat Kngland will become ntolved
In war with some of the continental power of
Kuro titer the Kgyptian question.
Mrs. I.. J. Dickson wit very much better
when the Alameda left San I'randtco to
much to that her phttlcian and friends
consider her out of danger.
The comfortable quarters, once known at
Ihe " mlnitterial mess," and more recently
spoken of as Mr. Gibson's " Iron house," hai
been temporarily turned over to the lioard of
II I, J M. S-TstNta.
Merchant Vass.lt Now la Port.
A 111, ship El Dorado.
AOI. bkine r.VRRKA,.t.
0. buk C. K. HtfHOr.
Am. bkl CoNtl'taaS,.,.
Ann t Alasirpa. .
Fiom San Francisco per Contuelo, Sept 20.
-Mrs. A. K, Moiris, J, P. Deaniiie and 62
From San Francisco, 'tier Alameda, Sept.
22. Mrs. J. Hopper and daughter, Mrs. U
C. Kelly and 2 children, Miss Maud Kelly,
b'.obt. HaUiead, Mis. I no. Fuller and
daughter, Mlvs H. Foster, Kev. S. C, Damon
and wife, r,s, Damon and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
V, Knudten and 2 children, Mist M. Knudscn,
L. Maniues. Mrs. Judge Hall. M. W. Mc-
Clitsnty, Miss (J. Lewis, E, II, Claike, Mrs.
C. T, lloyt, Bio. Lambert, Uro. Louis, Bto,
Philip, St. lohcu, t., t. ysilliauit, J, A,
In thr summary 1
Pursa Isoo 1 three in rise in harness for pACrrs.
II. . Agncw's U ns. Maud H...... . ,,.l 1 1
John llkks'ich, K. Johnny Wclgle.... ....a a a
Vt. IS. Todhunter a b. h. Nevija 4 , 1
K F Snnpsuii't b. h. bans Lewis..,,..,...) 1 (dtsl.)
.Sacrajunto. Sept. 11. The second tact
svas pacing, 2.25 class, for a purse of $1,000 1
mile heats, best three in five t
II, J. Agnew's b. ns. Maud II,.., .,. 1 1 1
II. V OdeU'sb.'k. Shaker , t a a
s. C Irjoo, lw g. Prince. j 33a
J 'I Mcintosh, b. gFred. Ackermaa a 4 1 4
lime, i;i), s ais a;ai -e:aj.
Cotenant Vows will be the theme of Mr.
Cruun't Sunday morning sermon, a discourse
especially for Christians. In Ihe etenlng the
Last of the Present Series on The Evilt of To.
day will have for itt theme, Clubt, Secret
Societies, and Social Organisations, a sermon
especially for young men, and tome older ones.
Strangers are specially intiied, and a cordial
welcome awaits all.
The Hawaiian Mission Chlldien' Society
will meet this evening at Mr, C. M, Cooke's.
, Hciittnla street.
Last Sunday happened lo tie St. Matthews
Day and Ilishop Willis preached aliout that
eminent collector of customs. Uy an odd co
incidence the new collector occupied a promi
nenl plae: In the congregation,
Capt. Charles Hretver, of lloston, head of
the Itoston branch of the firm of C. llrewer &
Co., has printed for )rivate circulation a few
of his reminiscences of foreign travel including
his relations, commercial and otherwise, with
Some passengers by the Alameda Iwrrowed
a copy of Monte Chritto from the ship's li
brary, and forgot to return It. The absent
minded passenger will be thanked for remem
bering the fact and returning the volume at
the librarian it responsible.
District No. 28, known in Hawaiian at
Aoua, is known in English as the "Dog"
District it being in point of canine population
Ihe banner district of Honolulu. It hat a
population of 35 tax-payers, returning 17 dogs,
hand harboring, doubtless, fully twice as many
Mr. Robert Lewers will probably return on
the Mariposa, October 8th. Hit health was
benefitted by his trip to the Gilroy Springs,
and still further benefitted by the treatment re
ceived under Doctor Lane a modification of
tTie Hanting System especially adapted to Mr.
Lew er's case.
Mr. Murota Voshihumi has received the ap
pointment of Consul for the Empire of Japan
to this kingdom. The date or his departure
from Japan has not yet been announced. The
above intelligence seems to indicate that
Japanese immigration it likely to become a
They are saying on the Rialto, that, Attorney-General
New mann, has gone on a secret
mission to Mexico. It is not known just
what for, but, possibly he is looking after the
Interests of annexation, the Hawaiian govern
ment'" having for some lime entertained the
idea of casting the mantle of its protection
oter some of itt continental neighbors.
The Los Angeles Times oflhe 5th irutant
contains the following interesting item (or It
land readers : Doctor llagan tale of Honolulu,
has purchased the residence of Mr. Howard W.
Mills near Seventh Street. Doctor liagan't
family are at Minneapolis, Minnesota, but he
will bring them out here shortly and take up
hit permanent residence in this section.
Mrs, Hebbard's school for young children it
now open at 124 Dcretania Street,in ihe prem
ises of Mrs. C. A. Castle. Mrs. Hebbard't
skill as a teacher has been tried in many coun
tries, and it evidenced by the result of ber
work in Honolulu. Miss Sarah King's 111 health
compelled that favorite teacher to abandon her
Kindergarten school on Jsuuanu street, and the
crowded condition of Punthou Preparatory
inake,the opportunity afforded by Mrs. Heb-
bartl school a welcome one.
al otit, liy far ihe most tmtable torn
from f.und UAA, Michigan, tl is nil
highly finished, Imloffb-ganl.y'i simple deilgn
1 h. light rolor and mol ppran" of llil
kind of furniture admirably adapt t for Ihlt
During hr last fMt to Hawaii, Ihe I'etl
den! of Ihe Wilder Htamtlitp Company eallil
all Ihe offieer of Ihe kinau logeth'r and In
formed Ih'm 1U1I mmplalnl had leaeh'il him
lhat lmt of Ihe employee of the company
had bn In Ihe hain't of lrn(tlng upon
Chlnw pataengeri, sometime uilng Invlent
and even abtiihe langisvige lowardt Ih'm, and
occasionally mabtrrallng litem. He Informed
the officrt thai If inch fact were tab
tlanlltled lo the islltfactlon of the company,
any employee ft offending wmld l dealt
will) according lo law.
Kev. S, L. Damon and Mn. Damon, and
Mr, ami Mr, F. W. Damon returned by Ihe
Alameda -all In govl health. IV tMr
couple look potitlttly younger than when
ihey went away, 'I heir return wat un-p.ted
by lli'lr family and frlendi, and It a welcome
mrprite lo th entire cmimunlly. 'Hie
'iulde whe the ekler couple many year of
prolonged happlne and continued nw-friln?,
and welcome the junior coupl to Ihe tfreal
work lhal it theirt Hi do- the great work ol
helping the nation lo solve Ihe problem, how to
adjust lo the .Saxon civilization partially Im
printed jipon these Islands, lh differenl and In
tome rrictt antagonistic citillration of
II e,rea,ff yt !plnnhr till,
'I hie were several ahoekt of rarth'piake
felt at 1 1 Ho, September 14th and 15th.
I's. Collector Allen hat lieen rourleotitly
assisting Collector laukea In acpilre Ihe rou
tine of hit new Ki,illon.
'Ihe Iwalanl did not got Ihroiigh hr visit lo
the maiine railway In time to take h'r regular
place yesterday, as per lime lable, but will re
sume her regular duties to-day.
Madame Cora gave a tplendfd performance
at llilo, Court House Hall, September 16th.
The audi'tice wat a very large and apprecia
tive one. A fcond performance wa given
on Septemlier Joth.
Mr, Daniel Foster says that Ihe James (i
Maine will be here In Oelolier, aliout the 15th
The new boa! hat been fitted up with large
closed italeioomt. Thlt semt lo argue lhat
oien cabin will toon be a thing of the past In
I'unahou Preparatory is so full of little folks
seeking knowledge lhat an additional teacher,
Mitt Mary Wilder, hat bn added lo the
force, which alto allow a more perfect grading
of ihe classes made up from lis one hundred
and eleven scholars.
The Mr. Purvis from one of whose letteri
the Guide made recently a quotation relative
to fishing at night by electric light, It in Jata
and not in Japan, at was erroneously ttated In
thete columns. Mr. I'urvit It now managing
a rice plantation of some 25,000 acres, situated
about 70 miles from liatavla.
An item in yesterday't Guide was mislead
ing. Although Mis Sarah King it unable to
return to her Kindergarten, lhat excellent
school is not lo lie abandoned. Mitt Unie
Mulher, a lady well-known to many residen.lt
of Honolulu, and an experienced kindergarten
teacher, it to carry on the school, lieginnlng In
a fesv STeekt the dale of her arrival not yet
Kev, D. U. Lyman of llilo continues quile
ill, no change for the better, on the whole,
raiher worse. Mrs, Lyman is alv ill, con
fined to bed, worn out in caring for her aged
and dearly losed husband. They both have
the best and kindest care. A native boy con
nected with HIlp Hoarding School has proved
an excellent nurse. His name is Liana.
"There is great aloha felt lietween him and
the dear old missionary," writes a correspondent.
lb new lioai now building by Mr lUimu wharfage ami e'ra htp, if repnred In
Kitrr -is f'ir thr king it to- far 1 -impleted as 1., port, what must be ibe iltffictiltir of landing
Ji w her line, arvl a bauiy the prormv to ftn' of Ihete (lotvlerotn iei off ihe eoatt of
be. Mb' i made lighl ndlrong and If th , lltrnakna, at Ihey have 10 do, 17 lioatlng.
thould not i- wetetuful In Ibe proxpetalte IV H'lnm Ulnaaarvi look mt heavy rni
I Pablse 1
conl't It trill k mote Ihe fatal! of Ihe erew
lhan lh lialld'r. She It forty-four f"t loerg,
four fee! Iam, arwl tteent'ti Inehe dp 1 I
fight oareil arvl will have thMlftg l. I"
Ihwarli, She It cllnVerbsilll o( rttrerripdK'arrd
I COif-fltlefll lIltntfEhmit.
Key. John f'tttb-r ll Ihe lfawaRanltlan.lt'
agenl for Daniel Dotth'tler'triew work "The
Lbor 1'rol.l'm In All Age " TV work I
divided lo!ilwoirtt fnlltle.1 III Ink, Drln
kert and Abslalnt t In lh Olden and a!h
Tlrn Th Temrranee KtformalM TV
Intepllon, 1785 In 1825 TV Organlrallon
and Advance, iSjoIo iW j Ulral Utate,
Igoolo 1M3. TV work h crowil with 4a.
little, anl I yet wrillrn, A promln'irl loeal
(emrx-ran'e reformer eommetlt lh work.
IV mrvey tlepaitmenl Is eofntrtrlng
longtltude with Ihe ctt rvey off In
San I'raridsco, The method adotrtedr by mak
Ing regaled errtnparlvm of ihe chronottt'ltri
of ihe Iwo tteamrri Alameda arvl Marltiosa
with IV limeff heal ohservalorie In eath
place. The reauli arrlteil al Iry Colonel Tup
inan'tdf rvalt'in, truile when ll.e ''Tramf! if
Veroia Parly" wat here in 1874, I alndantly
accurate fir all needt of navigation, lint xcl
entlfic precltlon require furlher corrolorallon
at wat dnlrrd try Colonel tnpman wben
here. The chronomelert of each ttearner are
coinMted twice In each pott, In onlr lo rtrt
lingulih Ihe "tlwre rale" from the "tailing
rale." 'IV comparisons are leferred 11 a
(obit In San I'ranfltc'i lel'graphlcallyenriecl-
ed with Greenwich. The reaultt to far atittain
lhcorretlnejof Odonel Tupman'tlongtllnde.
ll will lie rcmernlrcd tlul Colonel (then Caii-
lain) Tuprnan, firtl determlnerl ihe longllluile
of Honolulu lo k what had previously been
adopted, llul on his return lo Knglind, he
discovered an error in Ihe firs! determination,
1asi-d upon an imjierfect iifdlction of ihe
mwn'i position, made In Ihe almanac uf-d,
which varied Ihe longtilude twelve vamU of
time, therety placing Honolulu three mi! fur
iher west than the authorities had previously
upp'tted ll lo V,
rrl'luy, Kilnnlirr With.
Tom McClellan, Ihe trotting driver
who gained tuch unenviable notoriety here
during Ihe races of 188182, It tald to
be rlestitule, anil In ill health In San I'rancisco.
Peiiecfceo plantation ha finished grinling
for Ihe sea fm arvl hat tent all but fifty tont lo
market. The crop it said lo foot up eighteen
hundred lont; arvl the estimate of net year't
promlft a ttill larger yield.
There it talk "on ihe stieel" ol a new liank,
entirely ctiuinct from Ihe Low-Spreckelt cor
iioration. There is also rumor to Ihe effect
that the new bank may take the new banking
office in the Spreckclt block, and that the
"Hawaiian .National" bank may not be
started. Mr. W. G. Irwin says this talk
so far as it relates to the Spreckels bank is
made out of "wllole cloth j" that Irwin & Co.
will move to their new quarters so soon at
may lie convenient after the new building is
finithed j and that he will go over in Novem
ber to arrange about starting the new banking
institution in lis new quarters.
Thursday, Hepletnbrr V.7rf,.
The survey of Kona, Hawaii, is progressing
W. W. Hall was appointed administrator of
the etaie ol David McCartney, Jr., deceased.
Only three rume were on the station house
slate this morning me disorderly drunk,
one assaulter and batterer, and one deseiter
During his recent trip around this Uland,
Mr. Furneaut made a series of water color
sketches which recall soinepf the prettiest bits
of scenery on Oahu. Beginning at Ess a, the
series Includes scenes at Waialua, Waimea,
Ka'.uku, Kualoa, Mokolii, Waimea, Ahui
manu and the " Canoe Valley of Keliuwaa."
During a ttill later "Hying visit" to llilo,
Mr. Furneaut made a few very happy sketches
In and around that beautiful town, any or all
of which are well worth seeing.
The Improvements at ihe hotel very fully
set forth in a recent number of the Piess-ar
now nearly completed. The private supper rcn-m
Is finished and. it an attractive adjunct to the
ouin dining hall. The parlor Itheiag papered
and the ceiling tinted. It will then be
completely refurnished wiih rattan chairs and
lounge, a new, uptight piano, and a tall pier
glass. The new bedroom furniture is of tetcr
The lot next to Ihe po.t office has been re
surveyed In order to decide whether certain
fences, that have been elected within a com
paratively recent period, hate Ven placed
where they ought lo be.
Advices from New Zealand state that the
large emigrant ship Lattingham, from London
for Wellington, N. Z.. was wrecked In Cook
Strait, on which Wellington Is situated. All
on board, except fourteen of the crew, were
The barkentine Eureka, with a portion of
her outward cargo on board, hat hauled away
from the Pacific Mail wharf and hat anchored
offin the harbor to await further height arri
vals ; meanwhile the It improving her appear
ance by a fresh coat of point.
Among the itemt which the legislature
failed to provide wat an appropriation for
finding the " Compiled Laws." It It proba
il? that the department will be obliged o use
their " incidental funds" in order to bind a few
copies for immediate use.
At the stock board yesterday ten shares of
Grote Ranch Plantation Stock changed hands
at $270 per share. Eleven shares Inter-Island
S, N. Co. at $30 and 100 shares Puakaa
Sugar Co. at $10 per share were alto repotted
at having been erTecled outtlde.
Mr. I"'- L Winter, brother of the lady refer
red lo authorises the Guide to Mate thai ihe
pulluhed item in a contemporary that Mitt
Faun Winter it shortly expected here, to ptob
ably occupy a place in Fort Street .School
iserioncout. He hat no knowledge of her
coming lo ihe islands.
Messrs. Lyontand Leey intilctl the public
yesterday to a templing display and taj of
jewelry, but notwithstanding the sanely, and
liberal terms, the " trade ' seemed 10 exercise
great caution in their intesiments. Mr, Levey
.evidently wouM have enjoyed mote spirit
The steamer Waimanalo arrived about 11
o'clock last kight with the Ehukal to tow,
having been twelve hours in bringing bet up
(torn Kaena Point after ihe lames Makee hut
towed her out through the surf. The schooner
is badly worn and battered 00 the keel and one
tide, and comas back to ixxt with her main'
mast gone, but otherwise looking staunch and
well fat her uppttwotkt.
A genlleman o( thli city whose good fortune
it wat to iijoy Ihe hospitality of Captain
Morse of the Alameda during thai vessels last
stay In San Francisco, it enthusiastic over that
g'ntleman't tkill ami laste at a diner.
Mr. J. O. Kerr, Captain of the Mango lioal
Club hat haI made for him at the Honolulu
Steam planing Mills, a very pretty model of a
new two-oared racing gig. Ihe model thowt
more oien work than uvaally obtains in boat
building, arvl is otherwise peculiar.
The Chinese Christians of Honolulu assem
bled in their neat little church last night to
welcome' home their friend arvl teacher Mr,
K. W, Damon, hi wife, his parents and the
new teacher of Chinese for the Chinese lioy!
schools, Mr. To Ting Vtt. Particulart In Ihe
The Alden Fruit arvl Taro Company of
Wailuku, Maui, tends the Guide a ocally
packed box containing iyi pounds of dried
bananas, thin sliced arvl ready to be cooked as
a fruit, made into pies or eaten as a con
fection. The banana drying Industry deserves
The San rrassciicn hay and grain ring hat
put up the price of hay during Ihe past two
months from $15.50 to $18 per Ion; and bran
from $14 to $18.50 a ton. Oats remain about
the same as Ihey were. A a consequence.
many Honolubn horses are getting more oats
arvl less hay than recently.
Among ihe many good things brottght back
from the coast by genial Joe Wiseman in
cluding renewed health, accelerated vim and
over-flowing good nature were teteral sell of
attractive advertising cards. He brought
down several bushels of these cards arvl it
already rid of most of them.
Mr. George Ashley has been appointed
book-keeper of the Grote Ranch Plantation,
Maui.succeeding Mr. W. O. Atwatcr,resigned.
Mr. Christian Iloste, of Hackfeld i Ca, goes
lo Lahaina, to look after the film's interests
there. He will probably be absent several
months. lioth young gentlemen leave behind
"The government squealed and used insult
ing language in one column of its organ yester
day," said a prominent ciliren. " llul if it
expects people to believe it it sincere about
keeping the Chinese out, it had better stop
winking at evasions of the law. Thirty-men
Chinese came in directly by the Alameda and
lixty-tu by the Consuelo. Why it this tiiat,
thlnery 1W1 week forl'aaaltaal'lanlallon, VM
tlerrlly Ih llamaVtta plarrtallom nvan in lit
a fally eqalptt.l with I V laieal (mprovemefttt
TV rerent rleelln of John S. Krottnlr, of
TolMloOMn, lo V Ciminarvl'r-ln-ehlel' of Irs
firarvl Armynf Ih" KejiuMIe I lnlreling In
hsHfandto Grand Army pontile generally.
Ill Irfghr) rank tiering tV war wat lhal of
drummer. Ilt Irk fighilng qttalllbM were ipln-
tlldlrllWsiuto! at Ihe Moo! battle of Minion
"(')g', where, IV rmxle Wng ord'red In the
rear, he tine w hr drnm away, fired a trmtVet
look part In a tharg by hr reglmenl, arvl Put
a I'g. lie watonly 17 allhelrnv llarp'ri
weekly print a iittlaie of Mm. An IneVlenl
Uf Ihe recAtrt elftrofi worth relating r the fael
that Onersl Herman had a candidate of bft
own foe lb eomnsaflder-fn eMf-bfp IM
when KowMi wat eleelerl IV gfi'ial wj first
lo step forwtrd ami wekr,in,a hii trimmarvl
ft, IV "dramrfiT I107 of MMoti Kldge."
TVreare many ?aarrtl'i adJiterU w the
bsaartrei p-irlroti of town, ami In ihe talmiU,
which rmglrt lo l.e eweted with nal arvl com
forlable hosrs lhat their owners could afford
lo rent for from $10 lo JJ5 a month. The
high rent keep many yo-tng erwplesj In
crowdil lodging who w)Id like lo keep
hoswe if they entthl afiUJ io. Perhaps Ihe
completion of a Mitel-railway lyilrm may do
vimethlng lottlmalale ttagghh land owwts.
Possibly many of our wealthy real estate
holder do hot realize ihe practical philan
thropy lhal would retdl! from extensive- fm
provernent in Ihe tlirecll'iri lndiatel." If ther
will take Ihe mailer under, comlderalioo great
gvI oetght lo result, arvl acres of available
arvl at yet unproductive proiperlly lie put in
lbairet of tt--the foundation of lufjiy
Tiir. ani.iM.f t:, .'."
An AilHI'trtltott of Mr, Vrutnn't last tlrtnnm.
It not an undue "hatle to be rich," arvl an
engrossment In rnoney-maklr.g an especial
peril In Hawaii? Take o-tr while "foreigner"
bow rnanyoftbern have come lo Hawaii to
make It their permanent home? What wai
their object, In many cate, In corning ? To
make a fortune quickly, and return to their
native Ian1 ami spend it. .Such a pnrrsyte
held Infieilbly, even though it be by only a
fw, lervlt io harden and materialire ihe na
tional life of Ihlt tattle handful of people, and
make Ihe dollar Ihe ruling principle. Joseph
Crxik tayt of the American Northwest, that rt
"believes in nothing but pork, arvl b'f, arvl
railroadt." Itn't even that a broader
creed than oer ? We b!ieve In nothing but
logarand a little rice,
The urtd bank on Merchant Street opposite
the Sailor's I loruchas been narrowed so as to give
thedear public a little more oflhe street that be
longs to them. It has not been staled wheth
er thit apparent consideration is in fact for con
venience of travel, or whether it it not to bet
ter preserve the sand for the use for which Ii
The well of largest-ilow on Oahu, it at
Ford't Point, Pearl Lagoon, on the land of
Governor Kanoa, leased by F. Akii, the
Chinese rice-planter and mill-oiayier. It b
318 feet deep, and has a flow of 30 inches
from a 7J1 Inch pipe. The next largest well,
also 00 the tame property, is 418 feet deep and
haava 26-Inch flow. A well hat just been be
gun on the Walpio land of Mist Irene li, in
the Ewa District. All thete wells have been
sunk by Mr. J. I). Arnold.
Munsey's Illustrated Weekly it a newcandi
date for popular favor. Vol. I, No. 1, teas is
sued in New York on the the 6 instant. It is
out for Ulaiae. The first number Is not very
strong editorially and its pictures are decided
ly tame. The New Yoik Judge and San Fran
cisco Wasp are the only republican papers of
any consequence, lhat employ cartoons effect
ircly. It wilt prose that Blaine's iwpularlty it
ttronger than calumny, es en with the pictorial
effectiveness of Nail and Keplei to aid it, if Lc
wins thit fight at all the signs of the times
seem to indicate lhat he will.
Partial arrangements base been uudt. with
a pirtion of the Charlotte Thompson dramatic
troupe, now in San rranasco. If the troupe
come, it wilt come la November. Mr, Joseph
Grtsiner, Miss Phtrbe Davie and a dramatic
company may also come in November. Gil
bert Sarony, who is well-known here has ex
pressed a doire lo come here with a specially
company. And thete it a taint pusubiUty
that Lawrence Barrett may come hete about
Xout time ; and, U he does may give a short
series of dramatic leadings.
The schooners Leahj and Kauikeouli halt
loutd il slow work in loading the sugar taachi
nery they aj taking o Hawaii this week. And
It tuch is the case with the: conveniences U
Any tuch engrossment in money-making
mutt bring dread penalties, and one of the
most inevitable It bad government, dishonest
ami telf-teeking official! ami a low moral tone.
No man lives lo himself. We may be only
units and insignificant, still the units makef up
what men vaguely call "society." Each unit
makes "society" better or worve. In a natkm
ol only a handla! the power ol the unit it pro
portionately increased. We bear much said
and see much printed about "our bad govern
ment " am! Ihe " bad men in office." If these
charges be true, if the state of our public
affairs V in this deplorable slate, what hat
made thete things a possibility? Ponder thit
fact s Corrupt government ami bad tntn in
of&ce are alway-s the otTipring of a corrupt
society and the indifference of good men to the
public welfare. Instead ol erring out so
lustily and lamentingly, it would be much
more to the purpose for each one to ask him-
delf ; "If these things ate true, am I not in
ptrt respontible Have not good men here
in Hawaii been so engrossed in money-getting
that they have had no time for public affairs ?
I lave Ihey steadily, sternly refused lo share in
the " spoilt " of bad legitlaliot) ?
Where the money-getting spirit rule men,
society must suffer In all itt vital interests. Il
ira the solid business men, and church-members
of New" York, who Ignored their public
duties.whomadeTweed's Tammany Ring a pov
sfbility. Let nottheindirvlualhopetoescapethe
results of his criminal neglect of Ids duties at a
citizen, ihe man who selfishly abandons all
consideration tor Ihe welfare of others, and
the well-being of the state, takes Ihe surest
way 10 destroy hit own prosperity, and imperil
his property. If men by eager hatte to be rich,
educate society (obecomeadenof homanwolves
preyingupon each other tifthey al low s.ickcd nest
to breed and fester in the lanes and alleys till It
beeomet a pestilence; If for gain ther silently
acquiesce in, and thut virtually support wrong;
if they are careless of the moral tone of society
in which they live and plunge on ia their money
getting, while crime and disorder arcfottered
Ihey must reap the harvest of such criminal in
difference. Let them not marvel if a rode
awakening comes, and the strong forces of evil,
which iheir own neglect haveevoked and made
possible, shall one day cnrer-rkle law, social
order and propertr-rizhu. We are under
laws of God. The wheels of hit providence are
high and dreadfuL If we selfishly stand in
their way ihey will crush ut by their mighty
movements. Unless the lessons of all history
fail, the men in Hawaii who now believe In
"noihing but sugar and rice;" will before
many years believe in something else tooe
thing which can keep the peace, gov
ern the vicious, give security to property, and
liability to government. Money cannot do
that. In the hour of need it will prove a
dumb Idol. The gteat problem before us at
a nation, it not bow to displace occ
tet of officials with another ; not bow
to get cheap labor.aod higVr prices for ttigar.
ll is how to fill the masses with the spirit
of him "who spake at never man spake."
If we can do that it will be well with this
nation, with business, with the people. Self
denying sork lo accomplish this will pro
duce grander results for reform than all the
tirades against the government and those in
Irafn Ihr "It'tlgnalinf."
opinion hat not needed lo" be led
In Ihe mailer of C oltector Allen's removal. The
retotatlont nf the chamber nf commerce eapttt-
ted with admirable clearnett Ihe deep eirrxtl"
nest ef current feeling. Idle lituttr, th'sp
f nullonallsm, mere talk, hat given place lo a
tlyleof thinking lha( comprehend a line of
action, which, If faithfully carrW ouf, tan
have but one etvJgol government. ''VVo
you touch the nation's pocket yow J.f'rc (V
nation's Van, ' taH Sir Kooert iVl. TV
Hawaiian natkn'a pocket hat Ln (oucVd
arvl It It llk'ly lo be loucVd ' some mor,
The latest tooth Jut Ven made by ihe de
Irout Indei finger of IV hot of Ihe ptefnt
official ring hit Atvv.tale MaJty, Gibson.
TV llgblned potVet arvl iV woundH heart
are often followed by the twtWiuhl coo
science. The especial outrage of OAUtAtA
Alien removal hnrti a lactase
we tee pOMibftltI of corruption in IV
eoMeeilnfi of lh but Important source of
rrvenae not" controller! by ihe eretri of
fiilisori arvl the Hne It ha tonehd V
national iocfcet, pfrced Ihe national heart trJ
awtiened the national conscience. And, above
all, It hat awakened nw Interest In a vital lipte
civil service tenaie. TV civil service tA Vjf.
UndhamodelfoTlhe world. TVrtatecVnbtles
hlemlsh etm In lhat mott admirable tysremr
lt lit merit have won unstinted praise from
ll.e abltl publicisU of h world. Gaspirin,
Ijlaye, Jute Simon arvl Edwin Abostl, In
Frarxei Cavour, in Italy; Cttiellar, In SoaJni
ivneral let consptcuoat, but not let cl'srly
rettonlng Grmant Norman 11, Eatoa,
Charle Francit Adams, Senators Petvlletoo,
Ilayard, IMmendt, iiooth, the Idttnrbnt Mot
ley ami Carkman, Jtadge Jre lilaek, and a
hundred able lournahtti, In the Unlied Sratti
have dlsotsvd ami commended the civil tervke
oflhe Unllcl Stale. In IV put history of
thete Islands ihote In political po-wer liave been
gene-rally crr.tent with the negative wrong do
ing of "rewarding their frleadt." TWt nega'
tire wrong doing wat harmfal only when it re
tailed In mtllng In power weak or corrupt men.
Oth'r thingt being equal, il It legitimate and
right to reward parly friendi. When a plaee
In IV civil trrfce Veumet legitimately vacant
ihe vacancy arising from death or removal
for cause no one hat a right lo ex-peel lhat
the place will be filled from opposition ranks.
The reward of party friends doe not need
hi itt justification any web vf
clout plea at " To the vktort
belong the itrtiU." To tV victor belong I V
legitirnale reward of victory uwler the lawt.
Bat, while the reward of party friend is often
right, Ibe illegitimate punishment of party
enemies Is always wrong ami, unlets Ihereii
manifest reatoa for such pvnlihment, itt re
sult must be In one of two direction, distrac
tion of efficiency in the pablic terviee, and
tuch tabvertion of gool government at taust
result in national humiliation and, probably,
in national bankruptcy ; or else rmtst end In
wretched anarchy cr soceewfal revoUlioa.
TV Gibson government ha missed a
plendid opportunity. Il haI before U all the
fanlU arvl foibles of itt predecessors. It
might hare profited by IV mistake of the
men it sneceeded. It might have
won IV confidnee nf the p0?1
by clearly pointing Mt thene mittakes
ami showing the possibility of governing with,
out them. But it adopted a reverse policy.
T,te wat nn tinele fault or folly of any p-
YKtot mistttry that Ihe tiittoo ministry has
not cooieil if it could. And to ihe mistake!
of other ministries it ha addd insolence to
ward public opinion, disregard of vested rightt,
contempt for constitution and the ttatalet, axsl
a determined telfishnes that outhemdt the
criminal folly of Herod. Arvl now at the
crowning injury of a long career of Injury It
essays tn turn Hawaiian progress backward;
and to substitute for the present public tervice
poliey of England, a government that mingles
srith Ihe policy of Warren Hasticgt the
principles oif Boit Tweed.
THE "OLV COBXKn'
EV ORDF.R or a. . CART-WRIGHT, AND
M. CRECS, tvj.. Att.t U tka EsaaM U H AatT
fcROTHrRi. cUi.lrps I -l ctTer aa fUk Ax.
MONDAY, OCTOBER TH,
At 1 a. se a tW Peaifte.
THE LCASL, fcr taw urm U yeaet ail I avaaU.
at tbe rvsaa! J;j ser aweals, tna Ocvjtm atsk aaaa. -t&at
raJisjXle peoeny enn 1x4
Oarxsar Mmatauaa auaal
Than the above a mare admirable endorse
ment of the Pirss' editorial position, last Satcr-
day, could not well be penned.
We3 Kirt u
THK "OLD COMXMM,"
Eeuif taa s nwu rtrsalv ocKmpiml ay MAKT
BROTHERS, aa ReuuisM, KSiuJ-nom ttA Ta
UccseiuSQee. Taa Scxai is axaqsaba' aai -ssaaiSs
a f,vA tntU.
la4se4.A!efr after txa a c ike Lcaia, I wsfl sail ska
STOCK AND FIXTURES.
Cocmits&a; Ft?, TUiarca aad Cftars, Guf
Kajsce, TaUrs, Crvckery, aad saaav Arsklas
ttiocii la txa Ksulaal,
aaT Tor t nker pankaUet aftrT la Us Aauas,
A War H'frd Crrtt"i
Kiiitox MoaMsc Glmul Sir I reaj la
your issue of the 15th instant a kindly mention
of the military experience of aotneolmytaiaily,
It it mainly correct, but there are a few cot.
recticos I thould like to make General Wai.
lace did not rank with Genera Sherman at the
bailie of ShikA. He commanded about the
same sunt force but was a brigadier while gen
eral Sherman wat then a major general.
Hit headquarters were not on a transport
in the river, but on ihe field about half a mile
frota the river ; and Mr. Wallace did not sac-
cttii in reaching them. She spent the day on
the transport. I was not wounded near At
lanta, at you state, but at Clumpioa Huts,
MissttJppi, when General Sherman started 10
march from VTckslorg to the Gulfin rebruary
Hoping that you will no consider this note
I remain Your obd't servant
C, II. I'ICKCV,
Haiku, September 17, 1884.
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Bervtaai street, I 3I set!
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