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.NOVEMBER ., 1884
Mr. . E. Wiieman hat underlaktn Iht
eanvail for advtrtiitmtnli in Tht Hawaiian
Annual and Ytar Hook for 1 SSj Mi Witt
man Kill ato rtieivi advtrtiitmtnli for tht
Saturday Vitit and Ateming Guidt.
A Mittr Ununtlun't I'inteit.
Editor Saturday Press Sir' The lucu
brations In which the Atlvcrtltcr Indulged Itself
on the occasion of the conspkuous failure ol the
palace reception of last Wednesday evening, are
so comical in one light, but so absurd and
pernicious in another, thai I cannot refrain
from a wcrd in icgard to them. The atlempt
to make the kins; and his ministers a heroic
group, standing on their feet until 10 r. M
after hiving devoted their assiduous attention
to the pressing affairs of state and public ncccs
slty demanding their care during the entire dsy
In the harbor, is of itself amusing enough. The
explanation of the failure of the reception is
quite worthy ol the political wit who originated
it. And as for the Inferences which he draws,
and the dire punishment which he proposes to
visit upon the heads of offenders, they are quite
worthy of the profound political philoso
pher who originated them as if it were
not open to those who represent the re
spectability, the Intelligence, and the
wealth of this country to express in any man
ner they may see fit their disapproval of a state
policy and a system of government Immediately
subversive of alt the interests of the country, bolli
moral and material. That their dignified pro
test against a ruinous public policy, against an
extravagant clmlatan and disreputable admin
istration, should draw down upon them the
wrath of the Advertiser is the very best guaran
tee possible ol the propriety of that protest.
That is something upon which no one is likely
to waste any regret. Possibly when the Ad
vertiser sugg;sted that the respectable portion
of the community were too tired to go to the
reception after the races, it meant to hint that
the-weariness was artificially aggravated by po
tations of undue depth. That is the kind of
weariness from whiMi I suppose the Advertiser
staff suffer-most on occasions like this, but the
application of the hypothesis to the commu
nity Involves a very lusty conversion on the
part of the latter to governmental principles.
All that has yet been alluded to may seiy
well be treatctl as a joke. Certainly it is un
deserting of a serious refutation.
Hut the attempt to foster clans hatred is a
matter of another stripe. It is hard to say
whether the allusion to the foreign population
as aliens who arc permitted to reside here, is
more discreditable to the sense or the morals
of the Advertiser. In one light, it would seem
a mark of conspicuous rascality ; in another,
of no less hopeless imbecility. Many of the
'jrcign population base resided here con
tinuously since this group first came into the
family of nations. Most of them can certainly
boast a longer stay iin the editorial oracle of
our great morning daily. Some of us were
born here; our fathers came to these shores in
)outh, and have known no other home for
half a century, since tht light of Christianity
"like another morn, ns.-n on mid noon " first
dawned un these hippy shores. Here are
our homos, onr interests, our hopes. Our
parents died here, and here our children have
been born. Our dearest memories, our fondest
txpectationSf-our prosperity and our adversity
are inseparably associated with these shores.
All other skies are alien. We ate Ilawailans
of the Itmailans. A large proportion
of the prominent .citizens of these
islands, both planters and merchants,
are men of long residence here, who have
come to be Hawaiian in feeling, who hare
become naturalized in all but name, even
where they have not acquired the legal rights
of cilUenslnp. Of all this the editor of the
Advertiser knows nothing, and shall he, shall
this upstart from nubody knows where, shall
this foicignir who has no interest here except
the miserable pittance doled out to him from
the government trcasur), piesume to call the
resident population of this country "aliens,
and set up for a defender uf the native race
with his hollow cry of " Hawaii for the Uawa
Hans?" The pot should not call the (porcelain)
kettle black. The truth Is that the true lovers
of the Hawaiian people are those foreigners
who lue lived here long, and have learned
lo regard this country as their home, and not
the adventitious adventurers who are con
tinually coming and going Another plain
truth is that the Hawaiian government is not
representative of the native race merely but
of the foreign population also who during a
Uug residence have built up the material
prosperity ol the country, who pay more than
half the taxes, and to whom is due all the
due all the wealth, the Christianity, thedvilUa
lion, the mateial advantages, as well as all
. the consideration among ttvg nations, which
Hawaii can boast. These men are entitled to
a voice in the administration ot aflairs, of
which, the)- cannot be deprived without a
crave violation ol public justice and right.
This Is certainly not the view of the editor of
the Advertiser, or uf the political adventurer
his master, the Aaron of this woplr, who has
usurped political power, and who, by his tin
sel, hi coronations, his army, lit vain and
useless pomp, his violations of law and con
stitution, hat broken the tablets of stone, and
set king and petylJ to worihippin; the golden
Honolulu, November 21, 1SS4.
thr rgrn In the t'nlterl Halt:
I niton Satirday Press- Sir With
cmincipation and the close of the great civil
war it was generally believed, I think, that
sooner or later, the negro would become a
useful" and harmonious element in the body
politics, lrut judging from the tone and facts in
notable articles in two of our leading maga
zines the North American Kcview and The
Atlantic Monthly a very different view is 1
..t I ILL ...1. . I .1 t . ,... '
laKcii ui litis suujcci anu 111c unc in 111c mi
named journal, by Professor P.. C, Oilman
especially attempts to prove that the contin
ued presence of the negro in the United States
threatens the most disastrous social disorders
This paj.r, briefly epitomized, first notes the
prevailing views in regard to the progress of
races. One view is that all enlightened na
tions were once savages, and have gradually
reached their present states by external and
internal uplifting causes, the benefit of this
vein'is given lo the African. Intellectually
the negro is improving, and shows a better
percentage in Ihe past decade than the
whites in education, he has generally gone
forward In Ihe great progress recently made In
the South, but this is provisional, for he is
still diffident In providence, and has not gained
morally, His increase doubles that of the
Northern, is one third more than the South
ern white. This tendency and percentage
foreshtdows, eighty jeats hence, 95,000,000
negroes to 60,000,000 whites in Ihe South, but
not with a proportionate gain in wealth and
education, and a decrease in morals. Also
that this race will remain an alien one and the
color line wlll.be more mtrked by time. (It
required a century for the Saxon and Norman
to coalesce with fewer reasons for not mixing.)
The highest ambition of the negro Is a genuine
recognized equality. This is dented him but
he is not denied gaining political power by num
bers and asserting this equality. If the whites
refuse to submit they must either remain to
struggle and be finally overcome by numbers,
or will have to gradually seek anolher home
leaving an African south. The remedy pro
posed by Professor Oilman is the return of the
African to Africa, either voluntarily or by com
pulsion. The Atlantic's artlclc.by Prof. N. S. Shalcr,
is more hopeful of the final issue and deals
more in a senlimental and humane view of the
subject. He regards the question as a very grave
one however. He notes the disastrous failure
of the negro in civilization in Hayli and Ja
maica where he has been given the chance i
but thinks that, though the experience since
the war In the United States covers too short
a period to base very sound opinions upon,
still It gives hope that the negro will at least
escape the sloth that fell upon him after eman
cipation in the islands named. He regards it
as clear that the inherited qualities of the ne
groes unfit them for carrving on the burden of
ouriwn civilization and thatthey cannot for
many generations be brought to the lev el of uor
own people. There is, he says, great danger
of the negro race in the South falling to the
bottom of societ), and forming'a politariat so
cietyseparated bj blood and estate from the
superior class ; and so bring about the evils
incidenttoslavciy. Heobservcs tw o changes go-
ing'on.onc thcrapidrcduclion of thejmulalto;
another a great destruction by .death, from vice
and want of care, of the poorer strains of negro
blood. Thercis somej hope, he thinks, bj
thoughtful training in civilization through
technical schools, of fitting" the negro to find
room in our society.
Attached to Prof. Shaler's paper are notes
by Gen. S. C. Armstrong, formerly of' these
islands, but now of the Hampton Institute,
Virginia, by Ux. Gov. Chamberlain of South
Carolina, by Col. T. W. Higginson and by
Ihe editor, all more hopeful in tone for the ne
gro's future than Professor Shaler.
feare, little bird he till '
hy chafe (rainn narrow n-t
A waiting beak doth fill
IMtie own, her wtng glee rest.
The AptU nwrn Mows dark and thill
IV.ce, lull- Mrd-lie it ill. lie still I
The strange, green mystery,
That softly folds rhee down
What is It now to thee,
Flower, stem, or leafy crown T
tn Happy dream thine hour fulfil I
Peace, little Mrd-lie still, lie mil '
And waiting thm, my bird,
Reeled in the whtsp'ring tree,
Afr, from flock unheard,
Sweet songs shall come to thte ,
And mid the ioy the summer brings
Shall thrill the sense of growing wtogi
At last, thy leaf bound nest,
Doth hold thee nevermore t
Trom thy exultant breast.
Oh what a strain doth pour I
And fields, and hills, and summer's thine,
And heaven's own stdei all, all are thine
M C K
llllo, November I, SS
COMMERCIAL. Trom Mar' and Hawaii per V O. Hall
., , .. Nov, io PC Jones & wife, P t.er, Mr
Hosottatj, November 21, 1584. rrin,f Mr KMr Piyat, U.v O I otbes,
During the week the races of Mondaj, the Mrs .M llarrclt ami eg tleck
after-race talk and the politico-social discus
lion started by the Court Journal have pre
vented the strict attention to business which
Honolulu, November 18, 18S4.
Ah Ingenloui Uldille
The following compound riddle was com
posed by the Bishop of Clifford
I I have a box.
2 This box has two lids.
3 It also has two caps.
4 It contains two musical instruments.
5 It has also in it two established measures.
6 It contains a great number of articles a
carpenter could not dispense with.
7 This box always has about it two good
S Also a great many of smaller site.
9 In it vou will find lofty trees.
10 Also some gaudy flowers.
tt The fruit of an indigenous Iree.
12 Two gentle little animals are found in it.
13 Also a number of smaller and less tame
14 A fine stag is found within it.
15 A great many small whips without han
dles. 16 It boasts of two halls or places of worship.
17 Some weapons or warfare are always
found in this box.
S And in it you can find a number ol
19 The steps of a hotel ate also found in it.
20 The House of Commons resounds with
two of my essential articles when on the eve of
21 In the box you can find two scholats.
22 And then find ten Spanish grandees to
wait upon them.
All pronounce me a wonderful piece of me
chanism, but very few have rcmeiitbered the
strange things that make up my whole.
The"city editor informs me that loma his
promised for some weeks to write a letter de
signed to do at least partial credit to the vsrl-
ous military organizations in town but has not
kept his promise. Knowing my fellow scrtb
bier lo be the soul of honor and a mirror of
truth, the editor concludes that loma must
either have been slain by Ihe editor of the Hub
letin or Is In love. Either excuse for his fall
ure to provide the promised "copy" would be,
of course, valid. In the meanwhile, the space
awaltst and the city editor has asked me to
I went to the races the other dsy. Nearly
ever) body was there that I knew, and many
were there whom I did not know. I had only
one regret I would fain have been a judge.
Did vou note what a fine time the judges
had ? Not one of them but would rather have
been on the steimcr Planter, Kach had some
near relative, dear friend, or baker's dozen of
congenial acquaintances on board the flag ship.
Hut I fancy each one of the three was Impelled
by a Spartan sense of duty or, rather, by a
spirit of sublimely Christian self sacrifice in
accepting the office each so well filled. I or I
cannot for a moment doubt that each man
knew perfectly well just what a hoi, thirsty,
disagreeable, thankless task he would havcj
thatnomattcrhow faithfully, how Intelligently,
how impartially he might act, he would be
called, "careless," "Ignorant," and " preju
diced," by some one of Ihe many sure to be
dissatisfied. For my part, I think the judges
deserve great credit for their action on the
race day. And I should have enjoyed pitch
ing the abusive Mvrtle man into the water if
he had been a less muscular fcllpw. As it was,
t should like to receive " sealed tenders'
from any muscular Christians of the burg who
believe Don fedirico ought to be made to
apologise. After he should do the handsome
thing, I am sure the judges would unite with
me in acknowledging that he and the Mvrtlcs
make a splendid crew.
I expect, of course, to be sneered at as a
"sewing circle" critic if I have anything to
say about the recent belling. It is none ol my
business, In the first place, and then I was in-
liscrcet enough to wager and lose the not
large sum of fifty cents, backing the Hono
lulus. Bat though it be "Satan rubuking sin"
the rebuke is none the less deserved. It is a
shame that so manly a sport should be de
graded by general and heavy betting. When
I say "general" I mean general among the
young men. Many lost sums last Monday
they could 111 afford to lose, sums that it will
take months of hard work to make up again.
I wish our vounq men might come to appre
ciate the cumulative, the far-reaching and
wide-spreading evil of betting. I em not con
ceited enough to think rny protest is goinglo
do much good. But I think n protest from
the officers of the various clubs, or their in
fluential friends, might do some good.
The arrivals of foreign vessels during the
week have been light. On Sunday the
American bark I lalla arrived, I40 days from
New- York, with assorted merchandise con
signed chiefly to Castle & Cooke. The
(American birkenllne Amelia, from Port
iTownsend, arrival the sime day, 36 days
from Port Townsend, Puget Sound, with
lumber and laths. On the same day, also, ihe
American brlgantine W. G. Irwin arrived
from San Francisco with an assorted cargo.
The Mariposa left last Saturday with a
cargo '.hose domestic value was $40,801,64,
foreign value$l, 851,60. The American bark
Carbarlen left last Monday with a good cargo
General trade Is dull. There will be an
important sale of valuable horses by Mr, U. P.
Adams next Monday, Miles Bros, order the
sate, which will Include nine animals -most of
them of excellent pedigree.
From San Francisco, per brgtne W G
Irwin, Nov 16 F I Ballingcr, L G McMillan,
Mrs S Mestcdt. II "Lang, J Uurkc, Wm Fen
nell, Peter Johnson and 11 Swangholm.
a nut r ma.
Saturdvy, November 15.
Sim Kinau, from Maui and Hawaii
Stm Likclike from Kahulul
Schr Kob Uoy from Koolau
Sch Kiwallani from Koolau
Sch Manuokawai from Koolau
Sch Halcakalafrom Pcpcckeo.
SUNDAY, November 16.
Stm Planter from Waimca, etc
Sim C. U. IIisIiod from Hamakua
Stm Mokohi, from Maui, Lanai and Molokat
Sch Sarah and Lliza Iroin Koolau
Sch Kckautuohl from llanalci
Sch Wailele from Paukaa
Am bgtnc Wm G Irwin from Sin Francisco.
Am bktnc Amelia, 36 da) s from Port Townsend
Urlt bk Halii, !4oda)S from New York
WEDNtsDAY, November lo
W. G. Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Sim James Makce from Hamakua
Sch tmma from Koolau
Sch Rob Koy from Koolau
THURSDAY, November 21.
Schr Waichu from Hilo.
Friday, November 21.
Sch Waioli, from Waialua.
Saturday, November 22
Stm Likclike from Maui and Hawaii
Sch Nettle Merrill
For Waianae, Waialua, and Kauai per Stmr
tames Makce Nov. 21, Antone Fernanjula,
Zacenlo de Gouver Zunir, Dr G W Parker,
wife 2 children and servant, Dr J Ilrodie, Gov
Domini and 45 deck.
From Maui per Llkelike, Sfturday Nov 15
-J Buckle)! T H Kvans, C B HofTgjrd,
R W Putnam, O Uoss, G C Williams, J
M Alexander, All Young, T B Cummings,
Apa, I insane, t prisoner and 93 deck.
From Maui, per Stm Likehke, Nov. li
Hon C R Bishop and servant, W H Corn-
well, Bishop Willis, S K Kalu, Young Hee
and wf, EC Heine, EM Walsh, D Onilll,
Miss C Mahoncy, W S Akana and 73 deck.
I rom indward ports per Kinau, Nov. 15.
Gov. Dominis, U Citton, P Jones, M U
New ion, E Preston Kuahau, N U Kahaloka
hlki, C Iiw, G Wodehouse, J M Kaucaku,i,
Mrs Jas Kaai,M Koki,G P Kamuoha and wf.,
Mrs S I Austin and daughter, J Pocpoe, b
Qolh, A Rosa, J Durham, Judge McCuliy, C
Miller. W S Wight. W II Stone. 1 II Soner
C I- Wight, Miss Clio Stuart, Rev T King, E
FrcshlielU, vv, Kbeal, .Mrs II Aknna and 152
Tor Moloknl, per Stmr. Mokohi. Nov. 10
Mrs. Marehcad, Miss Foster, John Lucas, and
For Kauai, per James Makce, Nov. 15
Major Wronghlon, Mr J W Yarndlcy, E
Kruz, Mrs Capt Wikman and 'child, .Major
Dickson, C Koelling.
For Molokai & Maui per Llkelike, Nov IS
Geo Ashley & wife, T Lvans, S Damon, Hon
C R Bishop, Wm Auld, R W Grannis, Mrs
Torbert, C Nowric, Mrs L. Cornell, R W Put
nam, and so deck.
For Kauai per Stmr. Planter, Nov, 19
Capt. Albongh, Geo. Mundon, I.. Titcomb,
C. 11. Hofgard, C. Miller, C. M. Cooke, Miss
Mary Lovell, Mrs. G. Titcomb, N. Aars, Rev.
J. Alapai and 40 deck.
For Windward ports per Kinau Nov. 18
W II Stone, I B Cockctt, H M Whitney
11 CANTA CLAUS'
LARGE SALE OF VALUABLE
Imported Horses I II
Mr. C J, f ithel ha the honor to announce that the
return of Mis Emerick by last Wednesday's steamer
enables htm to make.
MOXDAV, TUESDAY, U'Mi-
yVSDAl', Oct. 27th, Oct. 98th.,
And Oct. 39th.,
Saturday, November 1?.
OSS Maripo.a for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Jas Makce for Kauai, via Waianae and
Am bk Nicolas Thayer for Hong Kong.
Am bk Caibaricn for San Francisco
TUFSDAY, November t8.
Stmr Likclike for Kahulul,
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr C. R. Bishop for Paauhau and Honokaa
Sch Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Stmr Mokohi for Molokai
Sch Manuokawai for Koolau
Sch Waloll for Hilo
Am ship El Dorado for Port Townsend
Sch Kahihilanl for Ewa
Sch Mokuola for Ewa
Sch Wailele for Matiko and Hilo.
Sch Waiinalu for Koloa and Waimca
Sch Ehukai for Waialua,
Wednesday, November 19. .
Sch Saraft & Eliza for Poolou
Sch Rainliow for Koolau
Sch Kapiolani for Waianae
Sch Josephine for Ewa
Sch Halcakala for Pepeekeo
Tiiurshvy, November 20
Stm Kapiolani for Ewa
Sch Rainbow for Koolau
Sch Katnkcaouli lor Kukaiau
Stm Waimanalo for Walmanalo.
Friday, November 2t.
Sch Emma for Olowalu
Stm James Makee for Waianae, Waialua and
Sch Lihohho for Hawaii
W Holmes, E G Hitchcock, E Muller,
AfongS 2 daughters, Mrs Peabody, II M
Queen Emma, W King, II Hastie & wife, Miss
Stillman, i; L Winston, I. U .Macmtillcr,
and 14; deck
Tor San Francisco, per Mariposa, Nov. 15
T II Hobron and family, T II Divics,
Malor A S Bender, Capt Ticrncy, Mrs P D
Gnvini-s. C I Delanev. A G Burchardt. L A
Thurston, d II Alexander, T G Thrum, Geo
J U Hall, W Adams, f A Kounds, K 11
Cotton, K benrauer, K. manone, Air Suva,
wife and 6 children, Capt Le Quen, J Lind, A
Medcras, wife and 2 children, A de Souza, A
d' A Vtera, J d' Louza, Miss Saw)er and
about 5 steerage.
The brigantine J D Sprockets arrived at
Kahulul on the 3rd from San Francisco with
a large assorted cargo of general merchandise
and two passengers, Mr J W Glrvinand Frank
Enders; time, lji days. She sailed Nov
ember 19th with about 20 tons sugar from
Waikapu Plantation and about 80 tons sand
The brgtne W G Irwin arrived in port Sun
day morning 20jj days from San Francisco,
with 500 tons of general merchandise, includ
ing some machinery, aiid 297 pigs for J Burke.
She had very light and head winds the entire
passage, except on the 15th instant, when she
had a regular trade. On the 2nd and 3rd
Novemlier, in latitude 2S N j and longitude
J34,W she was in company with a bark steer
ing SW, supposed to be the Halia. The
highest run in one day was 160 miles, and the
lowest 14 miles. She is consigned to W G
Irwin & Co, and was docked at the company's
An ofTerinit of new and attractive milllonv goeds, of
all sires, shapes and descriptions to suit all tastes, and
" SANTA CLAUS'
No, to. FORT STRUCT, HONOLULU,
irfm 1 HIS DAY at a o'clock, a M
ron rite sn.t sos or iss-i,
Its usual excellent assortment of
II o 1 1 il 11 y G o o 1 m
amena which are
a variety of
BOOKS OF ART, TRAVEL, MISCnLLANY,
REFERENCE AND PRESENTATION,
a variety of
.Irr (iontli, Sortltltt, Chrtttmat Canll,
rliuh tiNif f rather ilootln,
Atbuin. Tout iir(f 'fiiicy fooifa f ri ffeMernf,
that mutt be seen to be appieeiatsd
Thes exquisitely iltustrated poetic gem embellished
In ilk fringed covets, compriu the latest ano bst
XMAS AJD NHW YEAR'S CARDS,
Of PRANG'S, TUCK'S, M.vkCUS WARDS',
STEVENS', IIILDERSIII.IMER'S, and others'
makes, inclusiog lire LATEST PRIZE DESIGNS,
as also an assortment of
ARTIS11C STATIONI.UV-Papetetiesin Uaiher
ette, Plush, Silk and Paper Boxes, Illuminated
Note raer and Correspondence Cards, Hnest
Visiting Cards and cases inkstands for Desk or
PLUSH, CUT CLASS, IIRASS, PLATED
for Library and Office
Cut Glass and Metal Paper Weights, Todd' Gold
Pens, Holders and Pencils, for ladies', gents' and
office use, Charm Pencils, Pen and Holders In
cases, Calendtr Pads, with and without stands.
Uy order of Messrs. MILES BROS.,
I will Sell ar Tiibhc Auction, oa
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 84U.
At 1 o'clock noon, at rny Salesrooms,
V Utail of rtnt Uorttt,
Direct from the world renowed Tata Alto Disedlnf
Establishment of Governor Stanford, and
One senfllcAi Jieht
Ihe list comprise the following
The Srlendld tlrown Mare tOmentlrit,
The Handsome Day Mare .Iftibamil,
The Dlood tit) Gelding .lttnlo,
The Sonet Geljing lleltton lion.
The Gay Gelding Corner
One Matched San of
Hliiolt Mares, 4 and ft Yours) Old t
The Thoroughbted tllood Day Mare IIELLE BOYD,
and One Hay f illy, foaled January , t lit
49 For Pedigree of above Horse ee P. C Ad
vertiser. Alt the above animals will be guaranteed
sound as represented. A credit of 00 day will be
glren for APPROVED PAPER.
URN1TURE SALE I
TITS LBABIKO MILUSEIir ltOUSE
First in Enterprise, Highest In Quality, Lowest tn
Price, and Firmest in the Confidence of die Com
c. j. rismsx..
Bancroft Vaeijle Coatt Dhirtra for 1 VV.7
the usual assortment for pocket and office use
Plush, Leather, Celluloid and Carved Goods, together
with Dronze and Ilisque Statuary. Dolls, Rocking
Horses, Mechanical and Rubber To) s. Tin Toys,
Alphabet and Building Dlocks, Wagons, Gaines,
Foot Halls, etc, etc, etc.
THOS. G. THRUM.
At the Hermann Lodging House, opposlta Fashion
Stables, Hotel street.
ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. SS, 1884,
At to a. M , on the Premises wdl be sold
TUX IIOVSEUOLt) rVHSIXUXB,
The box I the human body.
A)es and noes.
Apples (of Ihe eyes)
Agnes E. Judd, oldest daughter of Chief
Justice and Mrs. A. F. Judd, was eleven )cars
old list Tuesday, In the afternoon and even
ing some twenty )oung friends assembled at
I the judge's home and a delightful time fotloiv ed.
The chief justice and Mr. Furneaux were the
only masculine oldsters present, and as neither
has forgotten that he too was once a youngster,
neither did ought to dampen the general joy.
May little Miss Agnes live long to uphold the
credit of the honored name she bears, and
never change it save for an equally worthy one.
It is whispered that the Honolulu S)m
phony Club are meditating a. concert to im
prove their credit (clear off their debt, that is)
but when or where, remains at present a
mystery. The club will not only play them
selves with their usual felicity, but they will
probably be assisted by some of our best local
talent, vocal and otherwise. FtUm dit
only, gentle Symphonies, please do not inter-
lere witn tne lairs.
On Saturday afteroon, on the 29th instants
the Missionary Gleaners Society will huld a
fair in the ample lecture rooms of Fort Street
Church. Many pretty things will be for sale
and there will be nectar for the thirsty and
ambrosia far those an-hungered. On Triday
December 12th will begin the fair In aid pf St
Andrews Cathedral. The fair will be held in
rooms of the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, will begin at 2 r. M. and continue until
10 p. M. or thereabouts. So many clever ladies,
matrons and misses, are working to make this
fair a grand success that a'plcasant and profita
ble day practically stsured.
Sch Leahi for Hamakua
Gcr bk Centaur for Hongkong
Sch Waioli for Laupahochoc.
Vessels Expected from Forelsrn Ports
Glasgow, Dm. bk Dakca DarberTow
Due Jan. 10-1$. t. A. ahaefer Co., Agent
Londov via Lisbon & Madeira. Dnt ship Dacca,
Perry. Sailed from Madeira Sept. tj. G.W.Mac
farlane. Agents. ta
Svdirv, P. M.S S. ZrtALAxoiA II, Webber
Due Nov. si. ,Hackre!d & Co., Agents.
Port Gamblf, Am bktne KlTSAr Robinson
Loading Sept. a;, Hackfeld & Co , Agent
Port ItLAkSLV. Am bk C O. Wiutmorb.... Calhoun
Due Nov. 15-30. Allen & Robinson, Agents.
Utsaladv, Am bk Hope . Pcnhallow
Due now. Lewers Cooke.
Boston, Missionary stm bktne Morning Star. Dray
uue rco. 1-5. c u. nail a. aon, Agcnis
San Francisco, P. M. S. S. Australia Ghct
Due Nov. 19 II. Hackfeld & Co., Agents.
San Francisco, Am. betne Consuelu..... .Cnustns
Due Nov. 17-33. Vv. G Irwin & Co .Agents.
San Francisco, Am.bktne. EsuiaClauoika .Matson
(for Hilo). D Nov. 5-10. , Agents.
San Francisco, O. S. S. Alamkda , .Morse,
aue .Nov. 33 v . u. irwin s v.o. Agents,
Naw Castlk, N.S.W IIvguo ,
Loading Oct, 30. Agents.
LlVERroOL, entered out Oct. 6lh, ship IstrsavTOR, for
Merchant Vessel Now In Port.
Haw. bgtne Hazard,
Am stmr Geo. S Hosier .
Am bk Abdie Carver.. ,,
Ger bk Centaur
Am tern Eva, . ..
Am bktne Amelia.. . .
Am brigtn VV. G. Irwin
. ...La Guen
, , rtiornholm
The Kau cane fields are looking well
The W. G. Irwin finished discharging yes
The German bark Centaur sails to day
for Hongkong with about 50 passengers.
There will be a temperance meeting at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall at 7 p. M. Mrs. Leavitt
will conduct it.
Mr. C. J. L)ons of the survey department
has obligingly informed the writer that the
distance rowed in the six-oared contest of last
Monday was 3 6-ro statute miles, or 3 3-100
sea miles. The rate rowed by the M)rtlcs
was one statute mile, 5280 feet, in 6 minutes,
15 seconds; or a sea mile, 60S4 feet, in 7 m n-
tites, 12 seconds.
Arrangements have been made by the offi
cers of the Honolulu Library and Reading
Room for a thorough canvass of the town.
Mr. Adoph Geering has been engaged to call
upon the citizens generally. He will solicit
donations of books, as well as secure new mem
bers. No more suitable Christmas or New
Year's present could be made to a friend than
a )ear's subscription to Ihe library. Or if any
wish the privilege of the library for a shorter
time, the fee is only fifty cents a month.
North-Bast corner o Hotel and Port Streets,
Honolulu. H. I
P ar; tf
AJOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Subscribers to foreign periodicals through
T. O. TllltUJl'S smrx AOESOY,
Are respectfully requested to send in notice of an)
contemplated changes for l83s in time for attention by
Mail Of Doooinrsor 16th,
Whether in extensions or reductiens. Parties not
notif) Inz in time to affect .reductions will be charge
able with over numlicrs. European and English peri
odicals requirt. six wceksnvtice 10 effect a change.
3ti 1. u 111KUA11 .News Agent.
The band will play this afternoon at Emma
March "The Guards" Low
Overture "Italian in Alglu". . .Prosslnl
Galop " Street Car".,, .Arndt
Selection Pinafore" Sullivan
Welti "Queen I.ac llartdkerthlel " .huauu
March "Hello" Uerger
Arrangements have been peifccted for the
due observance of Thanksgiving Day (Thurs
day next, November 27th). Union religious
services will be held at 1 1 A. M. in Fort-St.
Church Rev. E. C. Oggel will preach the
sermon, and Pastor Cruzan, and other clergy
men will take part in the exercises.
S. K. Verau
Honolulu, November 20, 1S84.
rirr lAu ui..
Miss I-kancc-s !-vck, Honolulu I am
insttuctett by the commodore and officers of
the II. V. U. C. to tender you the thanks of
the club for the handsome till embroidered
club rltg presented lo them on the occasion of
the regatta ou the 17th instant.
Yours very truly,
IV, M. G11TAR.D
Secretary II. Y. U C,
Honolulu, November 19th, 1S84.
The beautiful sunset glows have occasion
ally reappeared here with vat)ing Uauly,
but none have been more brilliant than the
display on Tuesday evening last the Sth, from
6 o'clock till 6130. On Monday and Thursday
evenings they were not quite so brilliant, which
Inns; tuv been partly owing to the sky being
partly ooscureu witn ciouos. inat the cause
of these displa)s are due to volcanic cruptior.
is very probable. Of thc-tc seen this week, It ts
as likely to be on Hawaii, as any more distant
The Gleaners will be glad to see their friends
at the par lors of the Fort Street Church on
Saturday the 29th, from two until five o'clock
p, M., at which time fancy articles, made by
members of Ihe society, will be offered for sale,
Refreshments will be provided, and it is to be
hoped a large number will show their apprecia
tlon of the work In which this society Is cn
gaged by their presence and aid. No aim Ission
fee will be required,
From Port Townsend per bktne Amelia
Nov. 16. 50 M lalhs, 462 M ft N, W, lumber.
From Hawaii and Maui, per Stm W G Hall,
Nov. 19 4,228 pks sugar, 187 pkgs sundries,
95 bgs coffee, 129 hides, 98 bgs awa, 25 bead
cattle and 3 calves.
From San Francisco per brigtne W. G. Ir
win. Nov. 16. 47? okes mdse, C66pkes croc.
45 I'K5 canned goods, 1 1 16 sks feed, 3000 sks
Hour, 310 bis hay, 19 pks hduare, 5 pkgs
paper, 2sco bricks ana 2 nogs.
From New ork per lint bk Haiti, Nov. 16
C.S2 tikes assorted mdse, 14; pkes groceries.
44 pkgs canned goods, 3 pkgs blinds, 28 pkgs
paints & oils, 2510 pkgs hardware, II pkgs
dry goods, 27 casks coal, 3Spkg glassware, 200
pkgs liquor, 4 bx soap, 2 pkgs cuUon, 89,pkg
ship chandlery, 242 pkgs drugs & meds,'i 536
8kgs nails, 724 pes castings, 822 pes wdware,
400 pkgs China goods, 2911 pkgs oil & 182
TNKS, INKS, INKS.
ARNOLD'S WRITING FL U I D S ,
in qts., pts., K PIS. and cones.
CARTFR'SPOMMNED WRITING COPVING
iNK, In qts. pts. anj pts.
DAVIS' DIAMOND BLACK. INK,
in qts., pts., H Pis. and cones.
ARNOLD'S COI'VING INK, inqts .its. and H pts.
DAVIS' and PEERLESS cone inks in black, blue and
violet, and cannineand crimson i lind from 1 10401,
ANTO INK'S violet black Copslnz Ink, rjts.andpls.
L.AVV a tuacK r luia inu, pis.
tr DAVIS' TREASURY MUCILAGB, MX
qt , pts., con, a most refractory and reliable article.
Automatic and PnnrtcTloH Mucilage,
for Itah at T1IOS. O. TllllU.U'X
Fort Street and Merchant Street Stores.
SECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meetinc of the Onomea Sugar Com
pany, held at the office of C. Brewer & Co. this day
the following officer were duly elected to serve for the
President. ... .Joseph O. Carter
Vice President. , Col. W. F. Allen
Secretary. . . .P. C Jones, Jr.
Treasurer. , , . .Geo. J. Koss
Auditor ..Joseph O Carter.
P.C JONrs, Jr.,
Secretary Onomea Sugar Co,
Honolulu, Nov, la, 1684. 30 l-m
OTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At a duly called meeting of the tttxMioktert of C
Urecr St Co., held November loth, for the election of
officer to fill vacancies caused by the death of Mr
Henry May, Col. F. Allen wai elected Auditor
aod Mr. bamucl C Alien wte.eciedasa Director,
jOShlMI O CAIUEK.
Secretary C Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Nov. ti, 1684 ?w tm
The prajcr meeting at the Uclhel (Juion
Church on Wednesday evening was largely
attended and full or interest. After the meet'
Ing, nine persons appeared before the commit
tee for admission to church membership,
which, with eight recently come forward,
makes a total of seventeen applicants during
(he labors of the present pastor, the Key. K,
The Rev. E. C, Oggel will conduct reli
gious service to morrow rooming at 1 1 o'clock,
at the Derhcl Union Church. Temperance
and Evangelistic Services, with references lo
the work of Mrs. Hampson. Sunday School
at 9:45 a. si. Mr, ItjwarJ A Parmttee,
Mr. Crutart will preach in Fort Street
Church, Sunday morning. In the evening
Mrs. Mary Clement Leavitt. of Boston, wil
address a union audience unon the subiect of
U'anttJ fir f!iltlu SaturJar Ftu fir
Stfltmkr jrt, '0lrir I Ilk aid tSlk and
m Yor San Francisco, per Am bk Caibaricn,
Monday, November 1711 Hackfeld & Co,
,u,i:i.......n.. . ... s.1.1. - t . 1,, .'
UV US ,,, .U,y WIS, A L 111 I SS AS
Aldrich, 210 bbls molasses, 5,SSo gals ; Lung
Chong & Co, 300 bes rice. 1.0,000 : Wine
Lung & Co. 556 bgs sugar, 59,150 bbls, 150
ogs nee, is,uju ius.
Tor San Trancisco, tier Marinosa. Nov. ir.
WGIrwitiA Co, i sks sugar 1 Then II
Davles & Co, lOlS sacks sucarr A W Pierce &
Co, I cask sperm oil Chan Kee, (obdls sugar
cane, 17 bags potatoes) Leong Kain, 3 bos
betel leaves; M Philips & Co, 74S bags sugar;
wuiiicc ss. rsuuug, $i imi; rice; rt rviona, 7
bxs betel leavesi Castle Ac. Cooke. 7 lues
sugar, 3 pkgs sundries; M McChesncyA. Son,
zji LHiis green nines, 3 j ury nioes, 19 Dales
goat skins; Kwong Chong, 5 Loses betel leaves;
C V. Ilensen, 707 bunches bananas; E L Mar
shall, 410 bunches bananas ; Quong Yick
Chang i Co, 356 bunches bananas; M Mc
Inerny, 437 bunches bananas; S F Graham &
Co, 330 bunches bananas; Drown & Co, 357
bunches bananas; M S Gtlnbaum C Co, 32s
bacs sugar; llyman Uros, 630 bags ticej-M
Philips tv. Co, 160 bags rice; Wing Chong
Lun A. Co, 148 bdls sugar cane) bresovlch
Gray & Co, S08 bunches bananas. Total ton
nage, 450 ions. Domestic value, $40,801,641
rorcign, $1,054.00; transhipped, $123
From Kauai, per Planter, Nov 16 Capt I
Ross. Hon W E Howell. L Titcomb. H A
Myhre Miss Mary Lovell, 4 Chines and 140
Farbr's Assorted Pehiioldbrs.
FAtlER'!. ANTI.NnRVOUS PENHOLDERS,
Rubber Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
Holders gold mounted. Ivory and Don
Folders and Paper Cutters, Faber's Tabid
Eraser, Dcnlton't Velvtt Erasers,
Crystal Rubber, Rubber in wood
pencil shape. I humb Tacks,
Pencil Protectors, Rubber
Rands of various
sites, etc, etc.,
Kfir Salt at Til OS. O. TllllUll'X
MxCHAsr Street and Fort Steeet Store
'HE PEOPLE'S CYCLOPEDIA.
A i Kir Kit A T.V aVCI.OI'EUlAHI
Il cam into existence as the rtsult of Public Opinion
at lha ruuti of the Deocle needed a CscloDcdia
belter adapted 10 their wants and means, ft has the
cream of all ih Cvclopedia given in a Scholarly.
Masterly Manner t not mere skeletons, but the flesh ana
iiioou u, wi ,nc finer.
It has Eighteen Thousand tonics moee than other
Cyclopedia; Five 1 tvousand Illuurattons; rifty-fwo
Colored Map ; One Hundred and Twenty-live Maps
and Dtaaram. 1 he map art Ra'uVay and County
ip o sne unutu: otatea.
111. work 1 complett and now ready foe rtltsry. re
viscu anq an bmukni aown to lee.
" PRICES-Jir.tis.JJO and Jii to in different
binding. Maisas. PillLLirt A Hint of New Vork
art the Publishers.
g. ts r If
All Person found trespassing on lands belonging to
or in the occupation of Iht kahua Ranch, will be
prosecuted. Any persons wishing to remova their
cattle, can get an order on Monday In each week from
the undeiwgned or his Luna. No person will be
Kahua, KohaU, Nov. j, l&S.
Kahua lands with doc.
tit-O. F. HOLMES.
"P O. HALL &c SON,
Have juit received by th
'MJRTirA DA VIS,"
Norway Iron a. sorted sii,
Downer's Kerosene Oil the bet,
H LatJ, C)Imdcr black and other,
Lubricating O.I for tteamboat and plant
Kt Nail I, Horse Shoet and Naili,
Cook Stoes, Farmer Botleri,
Axes and Hatchet all ilzes,
Eddy's Refricerator aiit'd ttiei,
Bolted Canil Uarrout,
Garden Wheel Harrow.
Ice Cream Freererl, Hatian Yard Broom i,
CotTceMill. Clothe Wringer., Rat Trap,
BOSTON CARD MATCHES,
Boat Nad all Ue,
Cotton Waste In bale,
Wool Ca'd two ;m
Steam Bote-K nt 1 Inch,
Garden Hoe all Its,
Zinc Waih Boards,
Philadelphia and Perm. Lawd Mower.
Brown't Trench Dressing,
Whitman Drewlag Blacking,
More good lo arrive by the
UAT1AS VMM Vi;ir VOHH,
On hand a tery full slock of good suitibl for
We would call the attention of Engineer on plants
tlon and tteamboat to tht fact that w are agent
here for the
DOWf(IK .CU&VLVi'TUS HOILKR
Which U the ony thing ever discovered tliat will uc
cessfully remote all the ifa from steam boilers, pie vent
ttt formation, and at the tame time preserva the Iron
entirely from ;. Send for circular,
Alt the above mentioned good will be :!d at lowest
market price E. O. HALL & SON,
V. ano-am Corner Kln A Fort frt , Honolulu.
In part a follow
1 Lounge, 8 Tables 14 Chairs., 4 Rockers, 4 DoubU
Bedstead, 7 Single Bedsteads, Marble top Table,
7 Lamp, 7 Mirrors, 3 Smje Spring Mat
trastet, 3 Double Spring Mattrasac, 7
Mosquito Nets, S WaslutanJi. 1 Bu
reau, Cooking Stove and Furni
ture, CrocVery Ware, Bith
n. P. ADAMS,
P aat it
At the annual meet in r o( the Princeville Itantatlon
(!o. held at Honolulu, Nov, 10, 1U4, the following
ouicera were cievtcu lor tne ensuing year I
CoL W, F. Allen . . Ptcudcni
K C Jones, . . .becretary tt Treasurer!
r. o tsttiAcicr.t.a , ttnumiw
Director-W. F, Allen, F. A. Schatfer and p C
ones, jr. r. 1. ju.ta, jr., -
I'. U. JU.ta, JR., -
Sc'y Princeville plant a Co.
At the Annual Meeting of the Stockholder of the
WAILUKU SUGAR COMPANY, Ild October ij,
1IJ4, the Mlowlm? officeri er re-elected loold of.
fice for one year j
W, It. Bailey
P. C Jon . . , f 1
Wm W. Hah
M P Koblnaoa
ALE OF VALUABLE REAL
) ESTATE ! I I
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 3 1, 1884
I will offer at Public Auction, at 11 o'clock noon m
rav Salesrooms, for Cash, the fallowing
Deiirabl Parcel f
Uelonging to the Estate of SIMON K. KAA1,
late deceased t
LOT 1 Residence of th late Simon K. Kaal at
Palama, Honolulu, 163 feet front on King SttMt,
with dwelling house and commodious out houea
situate thereon. The building are capacious and
nearly new and in good repair, the main house con
talnlng eUht large rooms. Ihe ground arc planted
with flowering plants and shrub. ThU 1 a molt de
sirable proptrly for any one wishing a residence ju
out of town. M arked lot A on the chart Area 1 1 ;l-
LOT i A Vacant Lot adjoining Lot 1, on the Hono
lulu aide, with 169 feet front on Kinn; Street, tub
stantUlly fenced. This Is a suitable location for a
dclline houte Marked lot B on the chart. Area
40$ loou acre
I OT 3I he Ahupuaa of I .anU.au nul situate tn Kona,
on the Island of Hawaii Ihtsc premlsae wet
awarded td Lunaliloa Apana II of Land CobudU
slower' Award 8,339, B , cwifirmed by Royal Palani
" 746. Area joj acre.
S, B Dot a,
K. I'. A V A MB,
ENNER & Co.,
Wm. W, Hail,
OOKS PBRTAIN1N0 TO HAWAII
Jams' History of ill. Hawaiian IsUaJs.
Wlutocy's Guide Book,
Mist Uirsl a 01s Woiilhs lo tat Sandwich lalaads
alua Gordon Curanuof 'a ftrt foutuaiae.
Mrs. Judd Honolulu.
Hawaiian Alouuac aod Annual
ffre aalt 64
fwrt Mt Mtm.
TUo.ll Davicats Co. havt juUfueiTtd Iwoquali
(lea of a chemical fertiliser specially prepared for appli
cation lo can. fialis by tht ecltbrattd "Laws Ctenv
kal Manure Co. Tht qualities ate of greater and Icm
futility, and ihus adapted respectively to dry and
wet districts. P, G. at; if.
The Hawaiian Almanac and Anitaal for ills it now
in course of pdUicatloo. Parties, Societies, or Depart,
tntiils havinn collection to leport will please do Mat
their earliest convenience:. Advertiser will please ad
vis. concertuna; changes and space desired1.
THOS. G. THRUM, Pi sushi..
in G. & P,
XTEATESX JOB PRINTING
Xl ato.tdio.r j tU SanDair rkEasvAvt
Have tt opened at the old stand Ncos Fort street,
wiih a new and carefully lcted toc!c of
Cold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
Ladies would do well to call and aeunlne our stock of
Btacelcii, itrooches, lockets, Earring, etc.,
whkh were especially selected 10 suit the
Made to order
Tht rtr-aimg branch of our busines we tegard as an
iapriaut one, and all Jobs transited to us will
bt tsecuitd ii a manner stcoqa to none
Of every description done to order. Particular alien
tlon i paU to orders and job wotk front iht
CONTRACTOR and UUILOKK,
STEAM VLAXIXO MILCH
Maauactur oil Uod ta
and all kinds or wood-work finlth.
Turning, toroU, and bn4 aTlawS1
All Vindt U Planing and Sawing, Mortising, and Tw
OKDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AND
Orders from iht other lsltndelicUtd. jotVria
A meeting of the acocllwUcrt of iht llslawa Sugar
Co., wdl ba htld at ihe 3Uaof C. ll-tatr k Co., on
Saturday, November ao, at lo a. ns., fee Iht purpot of
electing 'E president in place of Mr. HeafY May,
dt,eEMd. JOSEPH O CARllk,
in tta btuttary HaJawa Sugar Co.
npHOS. 0. THRUM,
latroMiag au Masarat-rvaixQ
ituttaimr, .Veiee Atl'"t rrtnltr,
AndpuUiiherof tht Sa.icoav Pats, and iVtY.
mn txtmtamu ista yiiisu.r, aiercfaanl tutat.
er us ruse stationery, Doots, aiusic, lu
(roods, lost mitt, near Hotel. Hanoi-,