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I'ulillollon orTit. la at a Merchant siren , Hit
torlsl rmtmt at let I'ntl lie.1
Suhtcrth.rt and Atvrrtlrf will pleat til.lreit,
TMOS, n THRUM, I'liullsl.er and I'myil.tor.
All matt.r for !h Saturday I'rrtt tl-oul.t In
aJJiMM.I to tha "SATURDAY I'llliSS "
Hollo f any rtrnta of Interest trantplilnf mi
I lit tstri.r liltn.tt will always ba IhanVftitlt rrtrlt r 4
frr publication, Cmrtnn.lrnli ara request.,! ta
append Itselrtru. namrt ta all communication!,
nat tar publication n.c.ttstlly, but ai a (tiarantra
that tha writer li actlnar In rnn.1 Mil.
SATURDAY. UCTOIIUIt . i4
Mjr filrml I'.in.ilkal n-n-Uni l ajtimt furl
ntilnn iirtrsltrtltt. I am afilM, hnstrfri, that
H..I all lilt following tlmir, strilt.li lir rrrrnll)
to I mr, arc rttliet ottltMl dr nrw I Ittil all air
(ril rmfflgli If. ti icMfiM, ami at Irmt our nf
thrin a lewttl.
Th IIUmur anil llif titihrrt rr cumin
r.riin.in. Tit (mtiwi nit lint mil) wrll IimIii,
lint air mml rsuttctitiil In their church and "tin
tly ariHw) illemlmtr, awl stilcl in thrlr mr
tiitnce or rrllijWtnt Irilnlnf;, o tint tin" little
unra of tlir (.null) are wall up in the eaaenthU
..(the faith. The I).tttr, im tlrr mnlMiy are
nut vselllrtiln, not halittMal dwell ir mntv
tilwtvl rocis, nrol tint. " tip" lit Iheoli'i;). One
m.iinrns the )mr;el iiitlir l!hnrne'i nut
lite jnrnt of the Iatiea, awl the fnllmslni
dialogue etneil i
lllawptetiei "My mother. lift just lirrn
trllliiu h Imw (iml nmile the wnihl !"
Daihte: "ll the? Ilit r"
lllulitiir(lr smlilrnlr illsoonrrtlsil : " Oh,
lletlntMi'l cir to luv-r .iiiylxwl) tint inn f.un
lly Vnow I"
naihlc-inlKlitly lniirrtrl : " Oh I"
Iteetor til Ihe piritli iiUlirttlnr; a lulliii;
young man nf llcitnlean tUluir ami llcltolr-
run nlmiM t "Iliiisr get on the lionlng,
Lrljli i "Splcmliilly, sir. wr aretlrvrloplni;
our nmttlr faniniialjr,"
Krclrii roinpirssliie, Inln hi tone ine
Sahara ansIltvo.Moliavc tlrsrrli ; " I lope juu'll
iletctop enough miitclc to enahle )mi to walk
to church next Sun. lay."
Cv iu, ai;ecl 8, It ft chlM of vlvi.l svinpitliy
ml slronc sentr of pcrsmiril justice. He I not
liovrevrr a ilerply Impressed with the piivll
re,es -anil ailiiintar'es of hii Imme life is he
oiiQht to tie. It sias mining the other thy am
(vritt was in iloora, repininp at hi lot. He
ManlecitnWoiitof ilooraai play, of cowrie, nn.l
il mm"jui hii luck" that the " n.nty oll
rain" had to come ami oil hit fun. llii
mother atclml him at he angrily lurnetl the
leavea-of a Hory-lmok ami aaiil i " Do )ou
kno what that picture meant ?" It wat the
picture of a email liny, clad in latter ami tit
ting in Ihe mUtt of a snow stoim. "Don't
know," replied Cjrut, with ungraciout curt
nett. " It meant," taiil hit mother, apeaklng
dehlierately and imprctsitely, "that the little
hoy hat no home, no mother, no father, no
lied to tleep in, nothing to eat," The un
graciout Cyrut melted, hit hreatt hcneil, hit
eyet were lirimming. The opportunity for an
eftectlte letton wat not to lie lmtand hit
mother went on "Now, Cyrut, whit would
you da if )ou were in that littler boys place ?"
C)rut hetitateil a moment and then replied,
bttween hin toht, as the hig tears chatetl each
other dow n his checkt, "I npnl-n'-nt-s-ttand
It,. I'd take a carriage."
A little Hoy who Het at I'omona, in
ttuulhccn California, wat immoderately fond
of currants to fond that he couldn't wait for
them to qet ripe. The logical tcquenceof his
unchecked fondness was usually a vigorous
"stomach ache." Hut the little boy't penchant
for currants wat greater than hit dread of the
pain that followed. After a while his mother
tried moral suasion, and among other adtice,
told him that he ought to say, whenever
templed, "Get the Iwhind me, Satan I " Sev
eral days went by and the little boy had no
stomachache. Hut one day it dc eloped a
more than usually painful phase and his
mother knew he had been tresspassing ; "Oh t
my boy I" she said, "Why didn't you say,
'Get thee behind me Satan I '" "I did, mama,
I did," the little fellow replied; "and Satan got
liehind me nnd pushed me right into the currant
Little Louise had a friend who had an aunt
who was to be married, and Louise's little
friend was to heabridetmaid. She told Louise
all about the preparations and though LouUe
was of course very glad that her friend was
going to be so fasorcd she could not but feel
that her own life was a veiy barren one. And
she said in piteous tones, "I am so unhappy,
l'tc alway wanted to see a wedding, nd
I net er have. Why, do ) ou know ? I utvtr
tvtn wm iny a wit father an J wither luarritJ !'
S. K. Verai
Honolulu, October JO, tSS4.
A Washington dispatch, dated October Mill
tays ; At a meeting of the International 1'iime
Meridian Conference to-day a resolution wat
adopted protiding that the longtitudc shall lie
counted front the meridian ol Greenwich In two
directions up to 180 degrees cast loiigtilude
plus and west longtitudc minus. The follow
ing resolution wit adopted t "The conference
proposes for adoption a unit ersal day for all
puroses for which it may be found convenient
and which shall not interfere with the use of
locator other standard times where desirable."
An adjournment was taken until Monday, the
20th instant, when the. following resolution
was to c considered 1 "This unlrcrul day It
to be a mean solar day, to Ix-gin for all the
woild at the nument of mean midnight nf the
iuilial rnciidian, coinciding with the legnning
of the civil day, and the date of that meridian
it to he counted from ero up to twenty-four
An important scirure of opium was made
last Thursday morning by I'orl Surveyor
MarVham. A stiange Chinese came to the
custom house to enter 3, 310 tins marked "T.
Cr,and invoiced as "lily leases." Suspicion
being raited one of the lint was opened anp
found to contain opium at an aserage alur
(here) of $3.15 a tin, Ihe total value of the seii
uie amounting to the handsome sum of $10,
jy The ucw surveyor anJ the counliy ait
to 1 congutuUttd.
An observing Honoluluan, recently lit l'hlla
dclphia, says that the people of that city have
gone wild otrt eleUiicity. The tcctnl eletlrl
cal cthiUtion, which coutinucd from Sept
ember 1st until the 15th of this month, was so
absoibingty Inlctetllng that the young ladies of
that city forgot to lie iuioiturute for ice cream
piolably one of the most signal triumphs of
A hundred ami twelve botes of dittsej
tonolor St. AuJiew'i Cathedral have been
landed from the baik Ophelia and aic now In
the cathodal yatd.
The bark C It Hivhop ami the lutkenlint
Discovery will both leave for San Krancitco
Best Monday, paitly loaded,
Tl.cit still I ail "auction sale at Lyons A
Lcvty't at noon. , '
I mm it Arte' 1'rtrlnt
l.i-i 1 ipjnrpn tr gulatly I mu tmpn.
t t.) 11. inilciemlriii dignuy of utti mint, tit
force an.l earnestness, an I I he, tlra.ly rlTurt of
lt InHrrrnee In what tttm tl ttfihl dltetlrnn.
It this snffirlwit eieusi' for Iwrsllns; forlh Inln
rnriMpfWilener finm th( ss-rntely slow and
talflv lown, that bus mw f tlw rush awl
htitty of a news tetittr t
I Imp svt. Km.llng what your iropl tfad
brings them nwirr to its In their rsniifl as
a romiimiill). thin all the i.h.itnsjiapb i""!
utilities that ran l fnrnlsheil. Ken thf ad
veilhemenit rtir at gl as InlindiKllniw tn
)rmi Imtiiii-s mi 11 1 by their aid I've lurn'd
in know etactly where to look fnr the lrlsk,
obliging grocer, the roiiiprehentlve prnvislnn
dealer, ami the tellable furniture man. Should
I auitr llirre sudilenly, I am alieady imtril
as to where air neat, wcll-futtilthcd timms.or a
drllghlfiil collage islo be trntnl, andhave only
to step litre or there In discover ttutl-wotlhy
merchants who in a few hours will provide me
w Ith tht litlnflglrrjs of an 1 1 aw ill n house hold 1
ami, lwiiigalro.sdy.ln love witliitlmd life, you
shall find meiiuiimVrlng "Aloh.i!"lheil.iyflfler,
with all the mrtstfl swreinesM of a native -
Hut meantime, and by jour leivc, I will en
joy an inlrrxliiclniy that, fits! assuring ynu
III 11 I hive only In fotget the rather solid
lielrh of continent, and the billowy Pacific
I Iml Intervenes, and llonotuiii its beautiful
harbor, grand mountain pnpllve, lis uhn
avenue, and villa-dottnl "Valley Uoad," -seem
as neat to us as Camden -bailing the fetiy.
I'o rsplain the clairvoyance, I confess tn
looking through the mental vision of some of
pun cleser men -who weir heie last summer
-listening rnthiniiillcally to their descriptions
of the land nf their adoption. They weicall
Mtlnniles in word painting, and, what Is
more, they weient homesick (it Swiss soldicis,
and made haste "lostcp westward" to their
Island Klysium, Icrtile as Arcaily, balmy at
Araby, and inhabited by the only race Willi
fully developed heutt.
So Ihey !'., if they did not ssy it out
light taiiilwluicai) wonder I The contrast bet wren
a vast brick city- lltl as the checker Imaril on
which its streets arc planned, Inking and slew
Ing day after day through the heated Iciin, and
resounding only wiih the cries of hucksters,
srtect venders or the like and their picturesque
scn.refresheil home must have been siarlling
Then )our vowelful native language ; how
faclnating is its musical ill) thin I A sentence is
contained in a word, a phrase in a syllable; and
again Ihegravely gracious polltcncssof ilsspcak-ers--thcir
suave clvllit), and instiuclisc rase I
Ah well, If il were not for tint wonderful little
"hut" Vollalie Intioduces with such annihila
ting cunning into his description of his life at
I'otlsdam, vthcic everything was perfection
"hut" if we all could escape tint deadly little
prenisitioii yours would bea veritable para-
disc in the racinc, and wc would not need to
sigh for a share of it.
lint so it is all It vanity iinJtr the sun, and
there are spots 011 II, No geographical locality,
or social condition is without (law. Uastelas
was a prince, and Sol, Sliibbt wat a sailor ;
but Uitti being investigators tried every sphere,
and every clime in life, to tUtiru to their starl
ing points at hst,and there remain content or
nt least stationary
Under this platitude there's a tiny bit nf
philosophy, which accounts for people olten
staying where they find themselves, vscll
knowing that a man's distiny will discover
Well, lieing here, we are agog over the visit
of Mr. James Gillespie lllaine to our city. To
lie sure he used it to live in it without causing
any excitement. Hutas Mayor Xupkln's astute
servant told Sam Wcller, when the latter coin
iarcd his former indifference with his sudden
jiolitcness. "You see master had'nt introduced
us then." Tis exactly so. When Mr, lllaine
and his wife taught the deaf mutes of Pennsyl
vania in the asylum situated on llroad and Tine
streets, the Republican Convention bad not
presented him to our citizens as a presidential
candidate and the meaningless hurrah-boys
that always accompany an individual so distill
guithcsW ould not have been in place.
Iet me tell you how he looks. You have
heard that he is "magnetic," and he really is
lifted with rare powers of impressing and be
ing Impressed in other words he is ardent,
electric and intense and both gives and takes
largely in his intercouse with others. Such
tcmperainentsdo not spare themselves, Theyare
always in wear. Therefore the hope of the
Republicans is not a young man of his years,
A little over fifty, which Victor Hugo calls the
"youth of otd age," his face is neither smooth
nor his eye sparkling. He has been wounded
under Ihe wing in this shamelessly, scandalous
campaign, and the restless ulance he turns
constantly,as if In Ihe fear ol some fresh shafi,
and the dry fever of his lips.underlie the smile
and glitter of momcntaiy enthusiam. A man
whose domestic life is uncurtained to the pub
lic, whose wife s name is in evciy paper he
chances to take up, amLwhoc triumph if he
does win is bought by a desecrated past, cer
tainty "pays for his whistle."
me iianc iart 01 tnc ciouu wasnt in view
last night, however j all that showed was the
silver lining. You will have heard how they
tried to unhorse hit carriage at the station, and,
failing in that, accompanied it down Chestnut
slrcrt to the Continental, where the rooms No.
20 and 31 (wherein Doni l'edro lodged in
Centennial times, which received the Duke
Alexis, President-elect Garfield, and Genera'
.Grant after his world's tour) had been pre
pared for him. I bonus, Richard, and Henry,
in the persons of our best citUens, welcomed
him warmly, while Tom, Dick and Harry, the
mob, howhrd themselves hoarse outside, and
were almut to proceed tn matit up the broad
corridor of the hotel with the avowed Intention
"of haulm 1 Jim lllaine out of bed for a
speech" despite the police, when the son of his
father, Walker lllaine, appeared at the head of
thvtairs, and after some difficulty was per
mitted to repoit his parents' exhausted state
and beg that he might be left In peace. Hi.
admireis reluctantly granted him respite, and
retired to hollo and shout, and keep it up at
the cornet ler saloons, as if "St, John and
Prohibition " were myths.
A busy day lollowcd, for Republican funds
ate low, ind this "lllaine Progress" means
money as well as magnetism, A'-jrentiy
pally enthusiasm Is more readily raised than
campaign eipeiiscii. The candidate was ad
vcitiscd to visit vatious industries, and public
Institutions. He did nothing of the wit.
Seated in No. 30, the parlor f the suite, he
gave audience to certain lunkcrs and finan
ciers, and their talk was sn long and earnest
that only lime for an bevur and a hal( drive In
the paik iriiiainetl before dinner at the Union
league wat scned, previout to the street
review of Ihe evening.
At the former ctitmony, the distinguished
guest declined wine, turning hit glass decidedly
bottom up throughout the repasl, The ambit
guily so much cum inenlrd un these past few
days since he declined to vole either way on
the " Temperance (Jesllon " has received a
new ft-atuie In this.
" r my thousand men in- manning order"
Had liecn announced by Ihe Republican (tapers.
Well, there were seventeen thousand
neaily, and ipiite a ciowd they made, loo, Mr.
UUlne stooj on the balcony to review them.
After he hid performed faithfully for over n
nour tin puuiu-lunJle movement, Jul to every
imiru.ins heait, ho give out 10 .irenglh and
. ilur mil e, and leuiuigoiiai inali , let his arm
drop, ami Iniwril anil -umlri! lor a ill nt Inn
with an elfoit lint "a reception" is a men I
lesss mlTair littHrfnsj lilmssslf, Ire went at II
again, and mil) moved, finm vm ixwlihvn tr
lake up lilt stand In anollrrr,
Tht ir"efs)sliHi was In full Mist wlitm,
wanted try his party that liny must hatiMi to j
make the Western Inln, he look hit lot view 1
nf II, and with many appreciative r impllmenls '
tr ...a. ...I.t.lt ri.i 1 .. i.m. .,.
,,v ".. ..niniiitf vyiin, wain wniir liir rn ,
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uiiisia.io 111 nit iioiior wis ar 111 nrn'iil, ami
,i.- ... , , , ,,. I
those wh 1 ranie to parade and to !iik mi krot
...1.. ....1 - 1- .in 1 .. ,.. , 1
going and mining till neatly mldntyht. 1'he de-
montlrallon does tint enmpitr with Garfield'
turn mil of Jl,t, nor the three iliyt of the
HI centennial, our latest stiff! shows,
A curious Incident I tint a relebraleil
sneclillst, with fiietlonable tasle, his tnadr
Mr. lllaine the subjrcl of pinfesslnnal lemnk
to a clast of slinlent. Pasting a foitnlght nl
Ittr HarlKir, when the rnulidate vtat Iheie. he
iiairowly oWivril him, and declairs him 10 Ik
fatally affected by llilghl's dlsrite, that
malady nf brain-men. He carefully notes the
tymptntiit, the piogirM and danger of the
dlspase, and boldly prophrrlra a shoit term of
olhclal life slinuld he br rlrclol.
Truly does the Nation -lire most dignified
of all our jnuiiult call this campaign the
thiiue of the rrpubllr. Ilolhrniulidate slvtul
befoir Iheir nail in smlrcheil at no men chosen
In sneered Washington and Lincoln should be.
When General Jackson appeared In the lists
t second lline, hit opponent attempted In dim
Ihe rle.ir surface nf hit fame with in licontt ruc
tion. The stive nl hit cabinet lueiiihri hid
objected In a pirlly and ads-i-nluious l.uly of
lliclr number, whose Hhtirr taste, and pas
sion for escitui.vnt ni.nle her oucnslve In those
Poor old Mrs. Katnn--shc lived In a mean,
cheap hoarding house on Penutylvania Avenue
until a year or two ago. I turd to sec her
there, very nmr, very old, and nothing left
about her In recall Ihe iossilily of her hiving
inide a figure in any way except her passion
for talking. "Old Hickory," finding her In
the minority, had espoused her cause svilliout
looking into Its merits. He found her on ob
ject ol persecution and his Irish blood rose In
her defense that was all. If the "Cabinet
ladies" would not visit her, I hey should re
ceive no invitation from him, and for thij he
was attacked teurrilnusly. An old lady filcnd
remembers a parade In which he was carried
through the street in effigy. Mrs. Laion ditto,
at his side; Imtli hideously caricatured yet
unmistakably like the originals. Staunch old
lliyaril tint he was he had nothing In fear,
no dread of reproach so he held his tongue,
and found the persecution like the hiss of an
encore an Increase of iopul.irily.
Groscr Cleveland follows his example in
one respect -look at his face- in the picture, I
mean, and you will be sure he also would
hold Jils tongue. What Is there impetuous,
impulsive, or ardent in that sipiare-sct, resolute-ly-rpiiet
countenance? What hope in rous
ing in nervous 'nntagonism that heavy brow
and unyielding chin ? The very pose of his
head on his herculean shoulders might have
warned the Kcv. Mr. Hall of Iluflalo that his
essaying (he part of Nallnn with such a David
would be a fsilure and thus it stands.
With no attempt at palliation, no offer of ex
tenuating circumstances, no explanatory note,
the Governor of Ness- York and Democratic
nominee for president, permits his pist record
to fall into the hands of his countrvmen. and
while his opponent has called law-, rhetoric
and fiction to his aid, In a vain endeavor to
satisfy society on a subject it has no right to
question, Grover Cleveland steadily looks
after tlie onerous duties of his office, deter
mined that success shall find him where it
found Cincinnattis his hand on the plough.
Do you lack speeches and speech makeA in
your Utopia ? I.ook at our surpulus In that
respect, and in pity oiler encouragement to
migratory eloquence. On one short car line
route alone, General Logan he who is in open
feud jvith Webster and defiant of Worcester
and all his clan has made seventeen stirring
addresses single handed, and this is only the
beginning of it. The olhcr sides or tides have
not yet had their say, and there are so many ol
them that we arc likely to have an inundation
of words. Words that do not touch the real
Issues, or touching, glide off again into worth
less personalities, leaving the great problems of
taxation, the disposition of the surplus rev cnue,
adjustiiientofthctaritr, relief of lalior,and aboli
tion of monopoly legislation, undeclared and
inexplicably except as far as straws show the
current s stress.
Jay Gould and I lunlington, those money
gods and railroad kings, are openly adjured to
supply funds to buy Ohio votes ; which, owing
to popular distress, can be had cheap just now.
Alas, that the lalnircr's right of suffrage should
by the hard pressure of necessity be made his
Your islands have strong friends in lioth
parties, just as intelligence, and knowledge of
the subject have directed attention toward
them. Chance visitors, not diplomatists, have
done much towarrls awakening this interest.
The Hou.-S. G. Wilder, while here last year.
was invited to meet Hon. S. J. Randall, ex
speaker of the house, during lite former's visit
to our city, which is Mr. Randall'. home.
There is so much of congtheeniality in two
men, that, limited as was their opportunity for
its cultivation, a decided friendship was the
result of their short intercouse. Though a
staunch protectionist, Mr. Randall was so
strongly interested in Mr. Wilder' represent
ations of Hawaiian policy as to seek further In
formation on all questions relative In It in every
light, (orcign, domestic, and international.
To meet and discuss " a nation's story so phe
luminal" u he expressed i, be made a small
parly, although not a society-man In general,
at which was present his oldest friend, Hon.
RIclurd Vaux, a time honored diplomat, once
our minister to St. James, and the only Am
erican who ever danced with Queen Victoria.
(Ah I how I have envied that man. Not for
the dance, pray observe, but that It vva his
blessed privilage to reach Knglaiul before
Moore, Rogers, Hunt, Chorley, Talford,
Sydney Smith, (iiote and a score of other "shin
ing ones" went out, ccllpislng the world of
People of all parties, like genial, great
hearted, and unswerving Honest Sam Rand
all,thv 'tgteat commoner, "rlc anil he It a noble
fellow, whose sincere rsgard your .cltlicn
aforesaid may be proud of possessing. Hi
ctrtainly reads your news items with interest,
and mi often nuke your progress a subject of
conversation, iliat lie hat filed himself In my
mind at a follower of the Wclwtcrlan theory at
to the national value of your happy isles.
More anon, P11110.
Philadelphia, September aj, S&,
Quite a lociil event it to 1 noted for the
precinct of Aala, Honolulu, at having Iran
iic! on Thursday, October ijrd. Genial
David and Mis. Manaku celebrated the second
anniversary of the birth of their only child by
giving a party at their residence. The usual
luau, music, (vocal and Instrumental) and danc
ing, served to nuke the lime lly tn rapidly
that all were surprises when it was found
necessary to bid their hoslt ' aloha" and re
turn home. The young scion w at ihe recipient
of many congratulations ami presents.
In M 11
There utc now tifiecn fuiclgu vrssclt in port.
I hi full- wing are the lcllet lei.ly.Mrr.lay
Mtwtts. Jinalhan Amlln, John M. Iloiner,
A. UrrtM, artdT. II. Dvvics,
CiittUmtn In the absence of Ills Cirri
leticy Mr. (iullek, I hasethf honor loaeknovs
Inlgt Ihe rrtflpl of ynur lellrr ol yesterday's
dale addtrtxeil to him at prniideiit nf Ihe bosnl
nf Immigration In which, on Ixhalf of Ihe
Planter tjitior and Supply Co., you set foilh
the apprehension of Ihe planters as In a scar
,, , , , . , ,,
.envoi Miwu mil, riininrr now ui ni;r i".
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muni on a tupiil) ol IfllKiier irom JaiMii. ami
. ... " .' ., ' ' , ., ,,
In which you also rtnrrtt Ihe opinion Hial, II
thtie beanydoubt alto an adequate mpply fiom
that tourer ihe pietent icslijcllons on ( hlnetr
Immigration should be irtitrd.
In reply I hvr pleasure to stale that the
government have mntt eipllclt atturanctt that
an Iminli'iJtlon of lapancsr lo I tic client of
fi.rsm, nf whom four-fifths will be men, may
be relied nn during the year of 18H5 if th
government sIhuiIiI find Itself In a position '
make the rrqultlle advance to pn
vide for llirir pattuget lo this round)
and for oilier incidental ripentrs.
In addition In this we are Informed ihat
j bout 600 first class sugar planting laborers
may be rtpccled here wllhln a few weeks
from litis date, leaving Japan snniellme in
November. The numbers Indicated ought (0
rtuflice for all mttilile svanlt nf Ihe plantations
The government cannot, howrvcr, lely iqion
bring able lo make provision out of itsirveuur
for lire laige advance which would lie rr
qulrrd for till Iminlgialinii, and can only say
that as many will lie brought here as lli
means nt us iltital will allow. 1 n.ive lo
tuggett Ihat l it. desirable that you should
give Ihe government an rstlrnale of the num.
her of lajrcrers which it likely lo be required
by the planters within the next twelve months,
Thr remosal of the restrictions on Chinese
immigration would be a step Insolvirig grave
national consequence and Ihe government
will nerd tn deliberate carefully before under
taking it, in the event nf lis being shown lo br
necessary. Under the regulations at Ihey
stand a very considerable number of Chinese
have arrived tn the country during the past
lew months. At least one hall ol those who
have gone away since the regulations were pub
lished have provided themselves beforehand
with permit to return ;and n such permits can
be obtained inllnngkong as well as here, it is
probablr that more than that prnmition will
actually return to this country. The total
number leaving during the year hat not been very
great, lbopcili.it it will not be found necessary
lo retreat from a policy which has been viewed
with so much satisfaction by (he people gen
erally, and also cordially approved by friendly
powers ; and I am persuaded that it will not
lie necessary if the immigration of Japanese
can be carried out with the spirit with which
it hat been initiated.
I have the honor to remain, etc.,
W. M. Giiison,
Minister of I'orcign Aflalrs.
Honolulu, October J J, 18S.
To Ills Kxcellency, C. T. Gulick, President
of the llojrd of Immigration,
Sir ' The Planter I-atxir and Supply Com
pany desire to represent to jour excellency the
serious condition which appears to threaten
the plantation interests depending upon them,
from the increasing scarcity of labor, and the
consequent difficulty planters find in supplying
their needs in this direction. The company
have learned with great satisfaction of the suc
cessful effort which hit majesty's government
has made tn inaugurate an immigration of ta
iloring classes from Japan ; and they look for
ward with much interest to the arrival of
Japanese Immigrants. It is of grave inqiort'
ance to the planters to know hoiv far
they can count upon adequate supplies
from this quarter, and the company, respect
fully ask your excellency 4o inform" them
whether his majesty's government is in pot'
session nf information that satisfies it that the
supply of Japanese laborers will be sufficient
for the demands of the planters for the com
ing year. The company respectfully inform
your excellency that it is the unanimous be
lief of the members that if there be any doubt
of the arrival, under the convention, of a suffi
cient number of Japanese to fill the require-,
ments of planters, as well as lo make up
for the constant withdrawal of Chinese return
ing to their own land, it will be of great ads-ant-age
and almost necessity that the present
restrictions upon Chinese immigration be re
moved, so far as may be necessary to make up
the present and prospective deficiency of labor
c. , 1 John M. IIornkk,
Signed j JA yNNAi
T. II. Daviks.
Honolulu, October 22nd, 18S4.
A letter received from Mr. A. Jaeger was
read, in which that gentleman modestly dis
claimed especial merit foi his eiTorts lo en
couiage forcsty and stating that his faithful
and efficient sulmrdinalcs deserved what credit
was due. The secretary read a letter from a
generous gentleman in New Orleans, Mr.
Henry Stndniuka, vvho was willing to lie
chemist for the society.
The lalior subject brought out the fact that
the following firms wanted laborers as follows i
Hackfcld st Co, 500; Castle & Cooke, 5C0;
C. Brewer & Co, 600; T. II. Davie, 400;
K. A. Schaefcr, 350; A. Unna, 60; U. Ar
Macfiejr, 50; Waianae Co,, to; Grove Ranch,
30; total, 2,540. Messrs. Irvvin Co., HotTsch
laeger & Co., C. Afong and the Ookala
Sugar Co. were not heard from; but their
orders will probably swell the total to over
Messrs. Austin, Horner, Unna and Davies
submitted the draft of a letter vvhich'vvas to lie
presented to Minister Gibson. The draft wat
adopted, and the teller ordered presented.
The committee appointcsl to wait upon Mr.
Gibson, and present the second memorial, did
so and returned. The president ttated that
Mr. Gibson seemed to appreciate the urgency
oflhc planter need for immediate and cheap"!
bur, and promised to do all in hit power to
place the action of the government in cordial
accord with the needs of the planters.
An interesting iliscussion on ililTusion, mac.
aration and other methods of manufacture
occupied the afternoon session.
The company then adjourned until r, m
next Monday, at which lime a written reply
trout me government will probably he rccriscd
The minutes of the first four da) of the
lantcrs' meeting arc given in the supplement,
At the second annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Society, held at the Ha-
wallan Hotel last Thursday night, the follow;
li.g officers were chosen, all but Judge Illckrr.
ton being rc-clrctrsl 1 Hon. A. P. Judd, vice-
president 1 A. Jarger, treasurer ! J. S. Webb,
secretary j and Messr. A. S. Clcghoni, L.
McCully, I. l- llickcrton, R. McGibbin, T.
R. Lucas, and Ihe vice-president, directors.
King Kalakaua it permanent president of the
society. Lack of space presents an adequate
repoil of the proceedings- said to have liecn
interesting and of moment.
Ml, K, T. .DsH.lcy, Superintendent of ihe
Koyt and (sirlt Aid Society, ofSait Francisco.
wrilctioHUcHlngthe Prc 10 announce that
boy and gill may be liad (uilicularly boys)
for service at wages, for iudenv;r, or for' legal
adoption, by applying, with satisfactory teftf
encei, lo him at "hi office, 6S Clcnsentiju
tticcl, San risnclwo.
sugar lower Planters in se-sin I ifiun
tiler. haul ttss . por e 1 nial ill'
second dllln out of town ' I Iml ditto loo
Inrty ! .
I'rom Ran I'ranclseo, per Alameda, Oclobrr
Jind! If P Adams, 3 iron wfet, to libit fish,
fa hi fiOit William Aiild, I In Iralli r 0
llerger, 7 6s iif ilnrct laniM, II it gtat, I Iwle
runner iiosei uisiiop .V 1 11, j pkrjs clocks,
l)r I llrfsdiV. 11 pkgt drug! etc llrowu A
Phillip, j pkgt plummet warti llfnton
liotfK Hlshop ,V C'n, I J pkgt clocks,
Smllli.V (.0, n iikpt rlimt tin I hlnese inrr
climti, J.iift pkgi griil mdsei J A Cummlngs,
1 horse, 5 pkgt wagon and hirncs goodi, 4
In hardware) J tunha .V to, ici pkg pro
vision Collector (icnrr.il, 1 rase hnnksi
Cattle etc Cooke, tn nkit ircnl unite! S M
arler .VCo, jl pigs provision l.iCntin A Co,
C J lishclr 7 c dry gondsi W P. I nstrr, Jo
r. saddlers' and h.irnes-; I rcetlt and Peacock,
c inier iag w tiiiioiii, (1 nars Allen llrr
lint, 853 tikgi rjrn'l mdsi j llswauan milage
' "1 '71 I'"!; hardware and materials llopp V
( o, (S pkgs furniture, I r glas 1 llollister ft
Co, I rs clgan,.S list lolncro.W II Holme, 2
1 diy gnodt, 250 pkgs iiincrilrt J Hingtey A
( o 1 bl tob.i(coll)mau Pro ilfic genlmdsei
1 In fruit, 5C1 pkgt clothlngi T M Hciidersnn,
I pkgs siiiiiIiImi Hall A Son 37 pkgs grnl
mdse ( Hnffschlagtr A to I c colton goods
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co, (i lilt wire. 3
isrlecttlcal goAlt 1 Hawaiian Hotel, Ol pig
ptovlslonti Vf! Irwin, I lis jilanlsi Irwin A
C o tfijo pkgs gtnl iiidicjt nl laukea I cs glove)
( 1 1 Judd J pkg' wagon material, j c fuinituiei
King Kalaknual lKial King llrus pk frame!
l S (irinbaiini A Co, 4 rasenilloiis j Ken
neily A Co, 31 pkg groccrie I biveioy A Co.
20 pkgs whiskey I I,cwrft Cooke, 7O pkgs
paints, etc ; 111 pkgt iloort, etc I l.yrm A
Levey, I c nube, I c firrarin ) lwlt A Co,
112 pkgt troccrlct, clc I Captain Morse. I bil
liard tabic t Mncf-ulanc A Co, 200 pkgt
brrr t C) W .Macf.1il.1ne A Co, 3,740 pkgt
winrs, liquor s,1li'eI ami genl tmlie ! I. C .Mac
f.illaiie, 2 bts, tlercot)ie plalrs ) T J Moss
1 rnsHrrcot)ie plalrs I J .Most
I pk:,criKkery 1 M Mclntrny, 8 pkgs
I' Mclncrny. 29 pkgs provisions (
Moy, 585 pkgs, groceiles, tic t Mc
C'hcsney A Son, 793 pkgs genl mdse nhn
isoii, ji 's;s nun nun iiuwiuc 1 11 J isonr,
lo pkg, groccjlcs, etc I order 313 pkg sun
dries j I, M. Oal, Jr., A Co., 0 cs stationery j
M Phillip A Co, 9 c clothing, Imct and
shoe, etc ; C II Punly, 3 bundles narst
A W Richardardton, I box fancy shirts; sup
reme court, I ctlKHikt; L A Scott, I pkg hose;
Srcsovich Gray A Co, 319 pkgt produce; I' A
Schaefcr A- Co, tot pkgs gen mdsej A L
Smith, (1 cs sewing machines, 2 ct drugs) Mrs
L Swan, 4 bx apples) T G Thrum, 25 pkgs
paper, etc, 2 bills papers; W P Tolcr, 14 pkgs
wagon ln.1terl.1l lo bale hay; Wolfe A lid
wards, 3)2 pkgs feed, groceries, clc; I T
Watrrhousr, 282 pkgs genl mdse; I-' C Wells,
132 pkg groceries; II A Wldemann, 10 cs
telephone material; Wilder A Co, 151 pkgs
paints, clc; C i: Williams, 26 pkgt furniture,
clc; Wilder S S Co, I bale rubltr valve.
.Ill It I CI ...
Saturiiav October 18.
Stmr Klnau from Maul and Hawaii
SUNDAY, October 19.
llril bk Pacific Slope, jSilajsfrniu New Castle,
N. S. W.
Sim Waimanalo from Walmanalo
Sim Iwalant from Kauai
Stm C R Ilishop from Hamakua
Sinn Planter from Windward ports
Stm l-cbu.i from Hamakua
Sch Pauahi from Hanalei
Sch Walrn.ilu from Koloa
Sch Manuokawai from Konlau
Toksi'iav, October 21.
Stmr Mnkolii from circuit of Maui
Stmr Waimanilo from Waimanilo
Sch Kawallani from Koolau
Sch Kainlsow from Koolau
Wi onesiiav, October 22.
Sch Mam from Honoinu
O S S Alameda II G .Morse, 6 days
and 22 hours from San I-'ranclsco
Stm James Makcc from Kauai
Sch Mana from Honomu
Sch Kamoi from Kaiwilahilahi
Sch Luka from Honokaa
TiUjrsiiay, October 23.
Am stmr-bark Geo. S Homer 184 day's from
New York via Rio Janeiro
KfiitiAV, October 24
Am bk Martha Davis, Capt. Henson, 124
, days from Boston
Saturday, Oct. 25. '
Stm Likclikc from Kahului
Stm Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Saturoay OctoK-r 18.
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Sell Ilaleakata for lcieeko
Sch Wailelc for Onomca
Sch Catcrina for Ilanaln
Sch Kob Roy for Koolau
Sch Waioli for Maliko.
Monday, October 20.
Stmr Likrlike for Kahului. at 4 I'.M
Sch Waiehu for Waialua
Sell Mile Morris for Molokai and Lanai
Sch Kapiolani for Waianae
Sch Kekauluohi for Hanalei
Sch Waiinilu for Koloa, Waiinca and
-Sen Manuokavvai for Konlau
Sell Kob Roy for Koolau
Sell Waioli lor Maliko
Sch Cairrina for Hanalei
Sch I-ealii for Kohalalcle and Kuk.ii.iu
TtlfcSDAY October 21
Stm Kinau for Maui and Hawaii al 4 f. M.
Stm C K Bishop for Hamakua at 12 M.
Stm Wainunalo for Waimanalo
Stmr Kapiolani for Kwa
Sch Waimalu for Koloa
Wednesday, October 22.
Stmr IvsalanI for Kauai at j I'. It.
Slmr Planter for Windssaril mrts at 4 p.m.
Stmr Mokolii for Windward Kirts at 5 i M.
Am brgtne Claus Spreckels for San Krancisco
Sch Nettie Merrill lor Lahaina
Sch I'auahl for Hanalei
Stm Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Sch Kawailani for Koolau
Sch Kainlxisv far Koolau
Sch Mana for Honomu
Friday, Octolwr 14.
Stm James Makec for Kauai via Waialua and
Sch Mana fur Honomu
Am bk Unicrald fur l'orl Townsend
Sch Luka for Kohala and Kukalau
Sch Kawailani for Koolau
Sch Mary K Foster for Hanalei.
V.ss.ls Bipected (rom ForeUn Parts.
Nisv Yolk-, ficrkk Til sua Thombohn
Ou. Oct. jj-jo Ci.lU Ai Cooke, Aicius.
Oi.ak, llril ,V IIskc .. Uuuerrow
Due Jtn. 10-ij. A. hhaefer Co.,Aim
lloKr.s.o. Ant. hk As.ie CASVka., ....l-endUlon
Nov, 7-10. Agents.
IIOKiiwono, 0r kk CiNT'i'a .
Ixudinir Aug. i. . -, Acrius.
IiMoon ri-t LisaoN & Maoaiat, llrli shiu Dacca,
Perry Sailed .'tool Ustun Se4. Jni. 0. W. Mtc-
San Fiiascisco, Am s 1 City or Svuxar .. Durluru
Due Nov M, llaskfcld Co., Agnus.
Pour Tuwswmu, Am III KIAiut Cutler
Due Oct. Ageius,
San r'stxciseo, llasrStmr I 0 IIUlis... ' Sau
Due Ou is- 0"oler Csi, Ajrnls,
San KaActsai, Aiutt Mseirots . Ilarward
Dj. No,. I. it. V liwln Co., Aitms.
San r'asNcucn, Am llline I.1U Howe
kudinf Seii 1;, llrtair X Co, Afei.U.
San Ciancixo, AmbVtueW.II. timsooj .HouJIni
lodui es. .;, V. II. Ir.iu Co. Asenls.
Co.T Osuaia, Ant. Ulne Kirsar KoUnson
Usedim Seja. ,, HukfiU S Co., Ajcaik
Piiav tliAtltiv, Am blunt Auiiia ,, N,taU
Due tXt ao-ts, Allen Js KoUnson, Aenls.
l"or IliAkti-v, Am Lk C O. VniTKo....CiwAoi
Due Nov. l-s. Allen ItoUntoa, Ajer.lt
Duetkl. ij.ju. Iweit k Ct..le.
Merchant VttttU Now la l'orl.
Am. SS Alasikua .. .
Am. ship 0.1 IkiNAtio. . .
tlr. lull. C K, Uisilor.
t. 1 1 tlosuaAs; . .
rr kU i'aws.a
Amtk CAtsAaiH ......
II a Mu
. . .1 unset
. . lUruet
Ant. kk. f.sis.tlb ..
Am U NtmiAiliiAvse.,.. ........
An. Uln lluilr,.,
Hill U Vaicsia .. . ,V ..
Urn. tk pAcn-icbUirK,,,
Am urni lius S. tlotita
Am. U Waiii Davis, .......
Ji pkgt liitnlsliing goods) T II Divle Co,
'7 l,"R'Ki,'l ilscJ A Dlac, 05 I'kg gen)
unite iDilllnghamAV Co, tiypkgtfeeil, hardware
and nrnl mdseil Dmld.t olot lillllird maleiiali
Suamcr Mam. da ailid fn ni ian Iran
i ism )i lubtr K.1I1, nt jr si wnh 71J ii
nengtr ami 1,1 ix ton of isigo. Hail for
first 21 horns northerly wlndt, tlttnce
tn thr list hid frith H. W. winds am! hnsd
tea, mi Ihe Mml N. II. Trade. Oct 181I1
l 10:50 cV. rmtsrsl O. S, S. Marin, At
rtttsi at 10 a, i., li ilayt it lnmrt.
li.nk " Maltha Davit" Miles! frnm Ikitlnn
Jiititlltl, iR8fnr llimohilit. W had finr
weattitr ami smooth m lo th-llinltt of the
"Doldrums" where we had hrad wind and
qnantltltt of rain lo the lUior, 31 days
from Hmlon, I rom Ihe I'quJIor we wrir jy
davt tn ( np Horn. Wr had several hard
gales brtwern 35 H and $0 S In Allanli. Wr
were J !) from Cir Horn lo Ihe lua
tor In Ihe Parlfie. We hail very hard
westerly gale from Ihe Dirgo RainlsM
Rock lo Ihe latitude of 40.' S, baromrtrtt
ranging between j8, 21 and 18" M for srv
traldays. Prom lire Ivrustor to Honolulu wr
were M) flat. Theiiausage from Huston l
Ing lit days,
We have hid calint anil rains
from Ihe Rouator and no N. K. Iradr.
August lit we tliirMllrl the shin Standard
from Philadelphia I km ml In San I'latirlsco,
it days out, all vsi-ll.
Prom han I roncisco per Alameda, Oct. 22.
J t'uininiriRtj and wife, ColC II Judd and
wife, Mis 1: PJiidd, Mis JiiiMiidilrMistJ
I law en, Mr. M Kahal, Mis P. Richardson,
II R Milr. MIm May. M I'.mrrlck, Mr J W
Robrrlsnn, W P Tnter, A J ( ampbell, Jolin
C astldy, j W Poll., S V Wilcox, V (i
Woosl, Mis I'.llenor M Smith, Mr Anna A
Uing, Geo Slurry, Mr Woller S Hank and
infant, Mi J V. Hanford, I'rnl Ijitori, ,
Hatch, J M ( offer and wife, Mitt V. (. Hsrris,
Dri: t Webb, Cha. II Hrewrr, W i: Marshall,
lUlwin I rcthfirlil, V, D Kerry, S (iuile, Mists
II II Paike, W II Cornwell, Urn Jo Schlppcr,
II R linlali, II Kiiehn, 30 strtrage and 8
Prom Kaliutul, Nuu, and Kaunakakai per
Llkellke October 25 4 W Davidson and
child, Mr II Cornwell, Mrs M C Wlddeficld,
lather Gregory, Sister Honavcnlura, Capt V.
Robblris, R Smith, Mist Mary Silv.1, lokra,
Ah Que, Ah Man and 53 deck.
For Kauai via Waianae and Waialua ier
James Makre Oct. 24, -J L Richardson and
wile, .11 l) .Monsairat, Mrs lmc and daughter,
Miss K K Rlcli.ililson. P W Glade and almul
rllf. HAir.tll.tS THK.UIVRY.
ififrni-ea fur .HI Mtmtha rmfrii
S'litrmbrr, .'to,' .
Civil I. Ut ,, ,$i,i8 jft
I'crminent 5lllrrirnt . . . . 4.9)4 n
lli'flitei i!Iature. .. .,. j,)?? ;l
Judiciary I fpattmcnt. . 7,ti t
Korrlun triailmcnt 3J,iB6 41
Salaries .. ,it,ni yi
Survey Department lfi
Pom al Money Order i5tw w
upjum of I'rivjnert 15577 91
KoaI, l!ridceand Hnad Su-
Krvivira jrjpT4 j4
Immlicration 4J.J 4
I'urtliae of llonnlutu Hale and
Iahi . , , , , , . , yy,yvt on
Dredglnj ItarWr.. . 6.166(5
; I 'otic e Court Itultdinj;..,.,. . . aj 86
i:ien!on of Water Work . ., 3,581 79
Ner WharvcK, 33 &i
Iniane Aluin ... , 35)405
Fire Department 369 10
I 'r in ting, etc 1,181 75
(Jeneaology 7,9o 75
l'l ........ 9,60791
Repair o( Government Iluild. .
ing. Kent, etc 7,25051
Salariet $11,761 so
C It fjuards and tnadentals.. 3,010 06
Tax Collectors, Ksu .,..!.... &08 91
Tat Assessors, Appeal ttoards,
etc.. 34s yo
N'atlonal Debt 7,Ajo 00
Interest oi do 3I.ot S3
Hoip'lht Kund 7.01 1 Si
Incidentals, D.)s, Tajtt, etc . 1,38; ,0
Salariet ...,,.,,.. ro,Jl6 00
Police Force., yrsv,..... t!,'5o3 6)
Armed Forte .- 3.61705
incKienii anj criminal r.xpensee 3.14s 01
Support of Schools. 20,370 10
FOARD Or HFALTII.
...$ 300 00
. . 14,910 61
- $ 3.403 91
cnurAHATivE aicEirrt or tm Hawaiian itiAivar
rOIC SIX MONTHS KMOINO SVfT. 30, l9!flSS3
Balance on hand, April isl...$ 3,tao 4s
,474 I J
Cuom House Receipts. . .. 260.384 67
Licences , $36,370 14
Prison Kreeias. ... 11,178 81
Water Receipts. . . . . a,Svi 15
Post OtTice Keceiptt 34,065 97
Keal Kslate Sales. . 3J3I 04
rtnes. Penalties, Cotlt.
ItrtuUtttutiM uf Cvmlotrttte.
Ihe following is a copy of the resolutions of
condolence iassed after the morning service by
the members of Ihe Kawaiahao Church, last
Sunday morning, In respect to the memory of
the late Hon. Ilernice I'auahl Uithop.
WllERls, The Most High fJosl, In his In
scrutable lower, has been pleased 10 take
awa from this association Ihe royal chicfct,
Hon. Mrs. Ilernice I'auahl Ilisliop j and,
Whereas, In her dealli a high chiefest is
lost to the land j a good and worthy example for
this wople has fallen i an able assistant it
missed by the charitable associations and in
deedt of love ; a Christian ueen lias departed j
and a fiillat in the Church ol the Lord, among
the Hawaiian people, has fallen therefore,
we, Ihe persons assembled In ihis sacred meet
ing, held in the Kawaiahao Church, on the
igthilay of October, 1884, resolve 1
AVfrVivuf, That we unite with" her consoit,
the Hon. Chat. It. Ilisliop and the nation
in sympathy aim grief lor the Wluvrd chiefest
AYfeiW, That we pray the Almighty Cosl
to lighten the grief of his heart and of the na
tion ; and may He luing him Messes! hopes in
KeiohtJ, That the tectetaty of this assem
blage Is .instructed o send a copy of these
resolutions tn the husband of I he deceased
AWm. Thallhi-tc resolutions .hall be
spread un the records id the Church of
S. MAIItLOSA, Secrelaiy.
At Fort-Street Church, Sunday morning, Mr.
Cruran's ihrma will l Chilstiant at Lighlt in
the World ; In the evening the sermon will t
especially lorthsM who are trusting fur ihe
present and future happiness in something else
betlsle Christ theme, Short Ikrdt and Narrow
Covert, flood music and an attractive, helpful
Ktvlre t a gencial Invitation ami a cordial
welcome. Meeting fur Jhbie study at 6tjo
Mr, Ftshel't millinery oning nett Monday
U something no wise women can. attud to
TIIF UNtltlHIIin.lKIIIIAVr HOIItTlltlR
Mstfr Host b. jwl 4tl 11M1 Imlaui rail IIA
WAIIAN CAKKIAtll. MANUIAI IUHINI) (O ,
in lak tftrr t frssm ami stif Ottvr . tif 4
An wcntsMi (tml Ik fnnvt Will THAN
WUKIIII .inttunWhy J. A I'.M.VIlin, awl H
lrsiM 0tnr stH Arm at ritfsrtlr ityftA ta
t-f thm tiM In j A rAl.tll.K, Nisf i4tsfstWtt
tHtmH) WIMIMAN i WKItllir
Hit- nA.Irstesnel Kss Mrs!itMj tf, s 4tl,
Irnt. ssJ imI .ill . it Ussww ,y Willi MAN i
Wltlllllf, MlaVr "'! fr .11 sfUf t).l-f IU,
All untsssiMthir noomHHi f ukl htm
iiNai Cswrtlfs Iflmi
s tfSrl n
.Jwt.mf.ilii.ttMK 1) vv'l.irl rtttr
W WKItlMI I.Vx.htK.lK'lJS.mHIs M Iron
(, ivf rJtkbmg a canmnr tA il mam, hi
MWfM tAqnt liMltllCfittwi to kit (! kmM
1 1 our '&
We rmHf ry ott fatly.
HAWAIIAN! AKMMfW MANI'f M'tVHIStiCO
K (J MrMAtf.rWmtVfy
Ittr iiniltrttitisl, lvMe taeosis sttmlft stttls iIm
,iilMU of Ihr HAWAIIAN CMMKIAOi: MANU-
iniuniniiulii.ii. KisrannniMi .n !..
Irfse lh samert- IKSSflltt ftsr ihi hjts4u, tv4 stfl
ml nstsl tsniyWynwsH IMttssf rrtvsssjlh'ljr MMry
anJ iMlront In ihfs tisstwmliy. al msr hM sisim.
VV nowrnrilUltsr ttsvttt ytw lowsnmMft asir MftW
I unr hn, " llradotMiltft. tm Oant strH. thw.
s.lih ini9t-,t fsctnstw iA kii sts.r s4 tiaajstm-ry,
m tit 10 isms un mm sws, wttis grwuer ,
rtsHiiiri fsH ilisfnish.
(Wn) a M. WllirMAN,
W. W WltKIIII
tn miftH fnvn lli mautfsmt illi HAWAIIAN
CAMKIAIH, MANUfAClUKlNO (X)ll'ANy.I
wUh to irrv4 toilet) community my ttnttr think,
for U literal falrofui( I hkr fljfd t (Wf hff!V
ami inni that th ixant ttiurtjiiini and ukI
wiIIIm itcn!rfl iu my .uttr In all If )erM
v1l w (nd) (J. WrSt.
'Iti. timlrfslrn.il list wtinilrswn front tt, firm rif
's.iMtrrmarin A llalri., and It nut rit!bt for any of
us.ltUs. J. C IIAI.IIF,
Kotiala, Octolr 7, 1KE4
ANNUAL MEETING OP TIIK PLANT
EKV LAHOR and SUPPLY COMPANY.
!1i. Annual Mcliritf of tlw lUBl.ri' llor and Suu-
.ly Omipanr skill tein on Monday tt.c Kjlh dav i&
I'rr orJ.r of Ihe Trusi.n uf I'. I. A S Co.
W. O. SMlrll.SrcrrlarT.
Durinir my al.s.nce from this kingdom, Marshall M.
'Javtor will carry oil mr tiusinvst uml.r full bower of
'Hie annual meeting of the Prirvceville Plantation Ca.
will llicld at I he office of C. Brewer a: Co. on'l'ueday
October 31, 1884. at 10 o'clock a. m.
P. C. JONES, Jr.
n. jtnntiftl mfrting oftlte I'sutaa Su ir Co. uill
1 belJ at ihe otVe of C Hrrwer and Co. on dnlay
Os.toUrivi, 18S4, at iooclock a. h.
I'. C )ohwa Jr.
ai4 3t - irnrtjry
A divided of two and a half dolUn a tJiare clue
ami tayat'Ie upon C I'rrwer and Con(an) Stock.
StocV'hc4dTrt ill plta apf-ly at the coiony' office
on Queen Mreel
J. O. Carter.
" 1 reaiurtr
Honolulu. October I it, 1684 jti
0 WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
All account owing to the Dnderuned for the quarter
cndinir June 10th. 1EE4. if not ut
will be placed in the hands of a collector,
IKNRV MAV Be CO.
Honolulu, September 15, 1&84.
J. M. HENRIhG, Jus, Ht;iAn.
iTAUtiiAX Jicmshitr VAV
Timr. HVKVi JKWKLHY,
FINK DIAMOND SK1TINO A SPECIALTY
All KIihI ilrtrrlry Mmtr to fttitrr it ml
WATCHr-S CAKKFUMA' REPAIRED AND
tienrl :itfrtrif,rifif fVifirj Jfoiojrrria
Neatly Ki ecu ted. Alt Don at Moderate Price
No. Bsi Hotel Street. Honolulu, II. 1.
its ! r-0oio
BILLS RIXEIVAIlLi: and
Kent tt" Money HreetjtMt Shlftituy Itrmnta,
tinier Itouku, Sehnul IterorU,
IlAi.tationT.nie Boolft, PacU? Rcretptt, M(le. Or
Act UUnLt, kt tc.t corutabtly on hand, or
Special Form 1 Made up to Order on Short Notice
At ruos. ;. Tiuitnrs
MtutcHANT Strkrtakii Joiit STartT STOCtO.
H RUM'S BINDERY.
Tins Popular Hindurv, looicd at
107, Fort Street, will be alile in its set
tled mutters todoevcniiioresatisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal atroitage and such willing a
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It ' Aiivf.rtisks No SpnciALnius,
but is able to do ALL nous, sizes,
and conditions of ilool-hindinj!,
Ruling, '.citerinp, and Paper-cutting
as well as in San Francisco, and at
At This Coupunr. Hi.nui.rv
newsjiaers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously liound, as
taste ant (socket may demand. Old
books are carefully anil firmly rebound
All Dlscrikhons o Husk
Hooks arc made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
work. The Itiiuicry is now using
Weston's " Record ',' and " l.cdi;er "
lvcr for all first-class work. A large
fnvoicc of this justly celebrated stock
has itist Ix-en received fiom New York.
Orders I.eit at tub Mkkchant
Street Siore will have Proust
MORTOAGEES' NOTICE Ol'
inr.vstirMiusru.c imi!Wi'.R,Css., u
CMSrrtMl, ktsstits a .rrsatst mttrvrtf ff rfsss
Bf All ri (ntlssrwsw t,Mi, sw As)ttl, kw,
I, Kr-, ,1.1
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oisfstly rit isJv ihM In tmxtmt titi ir Jt
- ifalisp.l 19 nN tW wstttf sat if- tsssts,
sw " m rw ..jotwiatt liA, M vtt Ittm r
( af IIW M Mrwtal iK.Vt I.M ls f.W. f
Iim 1K4 miiilw ism Its m4 mtfic!- w
wtmaflWmaMsrr nt tH't U H ri4 s.
slt M -W rtkM In Hsunfntli
ON HATUIIDAY, OC7T. KAtli
AT Till! SALK8H00M8 OP B. I'. ADAMS,
AH pntift rmiM bf mU wgntit, V "
tVtsssl m Urn sr of MstfisiisW , rut s?.u..i..
OsIhi, m4 tsv (. C llsfris KhH Am I- Itu
IMSSJ i IM SMfS. SW JtSM I. ifM, til OtVfd Ifl IB-f
' ..""". . . t)iiUfLlfv st4, tvth ,M
rWwm To MMfttv at
.,J.t tt tr -U Ak .1
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fcs- V C mn, 1, , f,,4iH
llnnltslm, (h, t, m
nMMHLUTH U CO.
No. fi Nuitanu Mild 4 Mnrulinnt Strnet
Hate an Hl a fart Roe if the
MA MUX II HOCK
Jit III A H'Y,
tut it t: hoick.
.is it simiii.k firorr.s,
ash mitr.it n.tstir.H.
Ar.ni. f The .OrtTAOl)K- ar.1 '" SUPER
IOR" Ranicrt tot llli( in UWIV. Ktliiuats-t Air
ciiAs.! rar putllist; sip Its. sam. wh!i fir sittMiil hot
TBLRrilOMf Kl. 11 - .
J. EMMELUTH & CO.,
S rYtrijANt ANt 4 Sta.MAtrr S,s,
7, Atir. i&.
Hat just received per Mariposa rsnj utr Ule arris-ali'
WWltalcer Sur I Urns, Krulfast HaMM, Calif jrnia
Otaja CrWu, FaubaiiVt js,d, TWe nits. Pie
fruits, CranLerrt- Sauce. Annear SatKc. Salad
Ilressine, Jams and ItlKrt, IVllet, Oli
Oil, Loner and Oioni Tea, s Bases:
Ijitlisli llreaVfau Tea. t ftjset:
Japan Tea, llwsed Otekm
and Turl.es, Curried
Steal, Ainerkan ,
White Oats and W'heat,
litKRotieal Itcmr and Male
Sjtup. Graham rlour. Oat Meal,
Cord Steal. Wheal, Corn. ISirl.,-,
Potatoes, Cute. Povdered and Oranu
taled huiar, Kirdl . Spket. Tlsh Chmder,
Clans Qimder, Alnsorrs Stusre Meat, PaUce
kerosene Oil, CracLert of all lund tc, tt, it. He
Fretli Ground Coffees ever?; Das;.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS, OR RING UP
TELfrHOKK KO. 1 1 a.
DELIVERED TO A.VV
THE CITY FREE OF
r, II V STACK.
r"VlLLlNGHAM & CO.
Have Jua rtceised an
Invoice) or Kststr and DottlrstbU Qoodi
Suite.! 10 the ssantiAf Ihit nsailel,
and a good line c4
We would tall il special atteuun
of Planters la our
J'ufexr llosU, Jo.i.l llu.ir.1 flatr,
sshicls has been voounced he Usl tX
lh kind ever used U this cotuatrs.
We hate alsa received a
new Itof the
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOWS
10, it, rt !n.Vwhkh art ji.uij re,fect
satisfacltun wherever they
HKMASlt I S C II K AMI X tl.
The endteet variety of goad whida
are nam cusuaiwlr ran
ctlsiiij art now Utng
OPENED IOR INSPECTION AND SALE
AT THE LOWEST PRICE,
A RARE BOOK I
mi: 1. 1 ova n nioiiLKM or.tu.Atir
lltl Ihtrlttr ItorrAeXrr JfaaaairAaM-rra,
I'aanr Cnuaasa)t 1 I has. tufkieMrf
!sjci IhanJwaln't luci. The IJujr prssUens U A!l
A(esMconsliscai)eiflsUllt(rl'reaeUtv, It h
isscltd fU U tuiUici twt aaUr Uukl eUwhrte, l
it ratoahU asao eduralvtaud wsl!lf iuesest u
all IU loo. ike facta in regards UlUlw liaV.
l'aaorOel says hate eaaasiaed I sit bA and
tale (JeasSHe Iu tammnjt is, S. C. ttaiHan, II
Vt. Whiirwr, R.t. Glt Wallace. S. E. tUahop, P
C. Junes Jr . J, U. Alhertoas, T. (i. TWruaa, '. S. Ma
ton. .Ws'r V. SI. t X sit anoe. Ike Masher that
have ordered k
FOR SALE UV J. S.CUTLMH,
Il stosli, and IMlUway, a WI asauneteat tsf
and disfertat t)iaaluv saf
si. I N 5, X and XX , wWi. ,Ur and canaiy
sl.nd XX whue, Nt. trt.a, ,. l, ,a aill
1, XXsvad XXX whM.: XXX V.CU. tH
' -r"''"sT.Hrei. IVils-lM-sd ta.
-while, rws Na. 10 14. all i the r.asdar
vml suet aavl ftt, sat sjwcial asade as.
to sa-der. at
l"l I a. 1;. TUHVM'S
hlaacuasir Statar aau luar tsltlai biuaaa.