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ScnM IntniOn M rare iliare. for fmt Ineeriion.
f.mh additional month if rte (barged for filii
if'' Ilium t'ardt when fnfM Ftrtnrytr. at
allowed ilWemnt of on Itilrd from iIim rntea, which
are for tfnlnt adterilatment.
All Iwal MiniluiMnli will 1 rltald monthly,
ejrc'iyeMly advertliernent ., fo,,,n:Hr
A! rorelf n ft'lrrrtlttnienl mint he ftccomtiei
will be taken of
ihapsywhen ordered In, rir imnMln will be taken of
ee are irl
llefU 111 111 ahoee
aiatt Snd remittent for lktern Antetlran advert!
menu, or siitairiptlont may I made by hank tUli,
iidn ir ii money bfilrn.
I'nhllratlnrt office I at Merchant Ureal ltd
tmUl room at ion Vfitl treet.
Snbicrlbrr and Ad tllter will pie t aiUr tt,
THOS O, TIIKUM, I'nbllther end Proprietor.
All matter for Ilia .Saturday Pre lintild he
aildreuml la (Ik "SATURDAY PRIiKS.'
Mollceolany events of Interest transpiring dm
Hit oilier Ittandtwtlt always ho thsnkfullrrcrleeit
fur publication Correspondent are rn,tield lo
append their trita name ti nil communication,
nut for publication ncetailly, hut a a aiuratil e
that Hi writer l actinic in Koodfeltli.
nut iiKiiot'it.triu iiis.yitu.
I'mtt h lrtott unit Mr. Ilhltn't
J I'ntit vf Itrntini iil Mr. (. 1ny
er l'itrt nf fi VUm nf l.'rVivMiNr mill
liy the Iminnl )iiil);mcnt nml inlirrrnt I'.fxxl
Uilc of I-'Irc Mtlul McC.ulrc, nmlc (lie
mauklKioiindi of llic llawxtlin Hold it literal
feit of Innterm h Tliumlny nl(jhl. Krom
lhetoiof the (lac aUIT tong Hrramen wtre
ilrunn at varylni; atiRlea to the ciIrch of the
lawn iMIIful complexlly of tope ran In
and out nml actOM the flag-Uaff ropciand onthe
liable hullillnelieyoliil ami from each rope
Uepenileil parll colored lantern, ralnbon'-hueit,
giving forth son billllance that lit the ilark
neit with a fantaitlc effect not let beautiful
Uing before 9 r, M. the olTire orrldor wai
thronrel wild thoie hidden to the loilc-ei-pcrteil
Democratic love fratH. There were
clllreni who came at guesli by right of their
Democratic fealty) there were vMtori to the
city. IntltrV becaute of the horored places they
oocupy In Democratic council nt home) there
were onrnalit fjiirtls who come to "tk'
noteij" and there were among the giicttl a few
gentlemen who are called by their new-found
Democratic bretheren " IndepcndenU" and
by Kcpublicnm are termed " Mugwumps."
The hotel management had done lt prettiest
intlde the supper room. Two long tables run
ning pirallel stetched nearly the full length of
the larger wing of the main dining hall and
were joined Into a gigantic- U by a cross table
at the makal end of the rm, Above the
cross table, ngolnst the mala! wall, hung a
camimlgn jdcetch of Cleveland and HerdricLi,1
done by George Stratemeyer In black and
white. On the half wall dividing the two
wings of the dining room was a picture of the
tiger of Tammany it huge Jaws opened wide,
and Its fierce eyes glittering hungtlly.
At about 9.20 the dinner began Invitations
having Issued to the following guests 1
Adams, W. V. 1 Arnold, J. D. J Avery,
It. E. t Atkinson, A. T. j Asch, j. j Ander
son, Col, Arthur 1
Blown, Godfrey Utown, J. F. ) llrovtn,
Frank I'llr'own, Cecil 1 Ilcnson, Maj. II. M, ,
Branch, tlicar; llerger, C. 0. ; Uurgets, N.
F. 1 Uuritcts, n. ;
Cruian, Rev. J. A. j Curtln, C. II. Carter,
S. M. J Cathcart, H. V. j Collins, Vi, ; Con
ner, S. i Clarke, F. L. 1
Dit I'ree, Frank j
Ellis, A. G. 1
Fasselt, George II. J Fox, C. it. : Foster,
T. R. t
Gibson, His Ei, V, M. 1 Graham, Robert I
Grieve, Robert ! Grossman, Dr. M. ; Golding,
Capt. Thomas Gunn, 11. fGray, William i
Herbert, Allan Hayseldcn, F. 11. ; Hatch,'
F.'M. 1 Hytnan, Joseph J Harvey, E. L. j
Hantman, E. G. ;
Jones, P. C. ; Johnstone, Arthur ; John
ion, C. )
Kavanagh, George (no. 1) ; Kavanagh,
George, (no. 3) ;
Lycan.-E. jLedcrcr, S. W. j Lucas, George;
Lyons, Daniel ;
MeGrew, Dr. J. S. j Miles, G. V. i Mil
net, George t McCalluni, Henry 1 Marden, E.
C, t McKeague, Samuel: Mehrtens, Capt J.A.
McChcsney, II. M. j McChesney, J. M.j Mc
Lean, John t Miller, Henry ; Maloney, T. ;
McCarthy, A. J.i Mc Carthy, C. J.j McGurk,
John t Mclnerny, M. j Martin, Dr. G, II. ;
Morris, I, R. : Moss, H. J. !
Ordenstein, Uarney ;
Pierce, E. A. ;
Russell, Col. John 1 Reid, J: 1 Robins, J. j
Rabbins, R. P. ) Richardson, A. V. s Relst,
, Sue, Cal. P. t Sass, P. s Sass, John M. t
Sherwood, C. J, ; Simmons, James ; Schu
mann, E. G. i Scott, M. M. i Scott, L. J. s
Sullivan, J. J,; Simpson, D.j Sandstein.H. C.
Smith, R. S. i
Taliaferro, Dr. A. W. j Thompson, M, j Tay
or, Wray ,
WalUce, Rev. George; Wilder, C.j Wilde,
J, K. Wail, C. J. Sr.i Wall, Thomas E.t
Whiltvey, 11. M.i Whitney, W, A., Winchester
Ci Welch, James) Wood, G. R.
Th dtoaer was one that would have done
ctciit to Ac catering of any hotel. It was
admirably s-.rved. The bill of fare, printed
on dainty, tinted menu cards, was as follows t
0bniSUJ4 it Cmlln, Clut.
Mulltl U liixwi.
fjlltt it BMHf. MM rt'iftrd.
Ttuhab Mucaroni- U Kitfhuin.
Strict I Msrxjfhin.
,ww,1uik Httidtuu t THy Fniu filu
uumh's tha tv.
BtnJ RtHl mmjt Mmrrvmi.
St4 la Krti, Ctlu Ttti fnt.
By the time the nuts were passed cscry one
was ready fur that feast of Democratic reason
and tin w. of Democratic wul which lud been
pcesatscd a the crowning glory of the hour.
So when, at about 10:50, Mr. William Wilder
Mat and proposed the toast of the evening
" Tlst haalth, prosperity and successful rule of
CWveland and I tends Ickt" there uom such
roar 01 jueuaUou at the Democrats of Mono
Iwlu have not given forth for many a weary
year. Thee times three were given with a
will, plus a "tiger" that shook ill painted
MUM-uktos) the mauka wall, and make the
labia) clatter, the glaiaea tinkle, and one stout
.Deaaocrat anw purple wltb enthusiasm that
wssU net "down."
Lawyer Joiw Russell madea lengthy leepoate.
Iktaid Uw imaMeJ DewoctaU wgatlv.ted
ruund lint ffilie board lo annonm e the fit. t
Dial the honored standard bearers tif the Demo 1
cratic patty had been chovn lu fill the high
Ml oflires In the gift of the American people,
and bad besn clmsen beeatue Ihe best Judn
nientnf the Amctlcnn peopl believed they -atiove
all others Americans were the lest'
filled Infill those offices. He said that Ihe
"grand nil patty," A party a hundrnl yenrs
old, bad, afler many rescues, scored a migiil
ficcnt victory ) proving, by that lcst of ltsl,
success, that It was still In the spring Idle of its
vigor and good for another bundled year
of honor and of usefulness, Unsaid thnl the
strdlct of the pluraltlet In New Votk and I mil
ana were the most satisfactory testimony In llic
esteem and confidenco In which both Clcse
land and Hendricks were held by Ihose who
known them best. He said that the iiectncle
of the recent election, unlet, orderly, fairly
conducted, was the highest possible evidence
that the overwhelming majority of the Ameri
ca n people were united to uphold the
Jierpctully of the American Republic
and, of that majority, the loyal reform
Democracy bold ihc balance of power.
lie mid lint Kepubllcans tild "the untutored
Democracy cannot Ix Itmlcd with the conduct
of the nation they ttlcd In dcsloy." Ilcde-
tiled that Ihe Democratic parly hid tried to
destroy the Union, "Whit sued the Union ?
t,cll)iburg? Who savedtistlysbiirg ? Han
cock" He mid Hint II Hie Democrats were
"untutored" it was liecausc Ibcy bad been able
to i;ct a better pollticnl education by liul)lng
the literature of there nwn party than by ac
ceptlng the tutorage 'of Republicans, He
said that Hie best answer lo the charge that
Democrats were not lo lie trusted with office
was the rcrcnt result, "A majority offifiern
millions of voter believe they can be trusted."
He alluded lo King KaUkaua a election inn
similar manner to the election of Cleveland )
spoke of the slml!.itltvbctwccnthclUnltcdSt.ile
l.lectoral College nnd ihe llnwnllm Leglsla
line, mid spoke of King KalikaunasnDeiiiocrntlc
king. He also SHkc of "the appreciation
with which the public ought to regard King
Kalakaua's devotion lo Ihc cause of public
health, in lending hit pertonrallnllucncc to help
carry out the will of Ihc people, as opicsteil
through the legislature, and so preserve the
public life from the monster whose fangs arc
now fastened upon It." He said the Monroe
doctrine the enunciation of a Democratic
president was the best quarantec this nitlon
ha that our treaty will not be taken away
from us--or, at least, tint our rights will alwas
be upheld, And he said a great deal more.
Lawyer Hatch spoke mote briefly than his
colleague hit speech nude the following
point ) That the Democratic victory was a
victory of greit principles otcr corruption In
high places ) that the Republican party bad
outllsed its usefulness ; that the great itsue In
the United .States at present was civil service
reform I that a Democratic congress had passed
Ihc first civil service reform bill; that there
need be no fear among faithful department
clerks ; that only corrupt officials would have
to go. M. Hatch concluded by paying a
tribute to Ihe Integrity, efficiency and tcrllng
qualities of Consul McKlnty.
Lawyer Avery said t " Mr, Chairman and
fellow Democrats, I come from the 'Solid
Sou'h.' Not the South that twenty four jcars
ago, to-day was solid in nmshalling Its armed
sons agiintt their northern brothers t not from
the 'Solid South ' ofjestcrday, with Itsslavcry
and disunion : I come from the Solid South'
of to day solid with its rc-united northern
brothers ; solid for good government, for tiro-
grcts, for enbghtment, for truth ; solid for
Cleveland and Hendricks and for reform."
Lawyer Anderson (of California) was "glad
to meet so far from bis home so many of his
countrylncn, and gtad to inccl such a representative-looking
body of Democrats." He
thought the.recent victory meant the final sweep
ing away or Ihe Republican party. "No other
party orgnlration no other party name had
lasted in the United States flke the Democra
tic party and name. It has outlasted the Fed
eral party, the Whig patty, the No Nothing
party, the People's party, the Reform party,
the Workingman's parly ; and it will outlast
the Republican party,"
Col. Peter Saxc, brother of John G. Saxc
the poet, cousin of Doctor Saxe of San Jose,
father of Kollin P. Saxe, the New Zealand
and California cattle shipper, was the next
speaker. The colonel began by saving that
if he ever felt a physical or a mental weakness
It was that moment. When he sat down he
had many things to say, during the dinner be
thought of a great many more; but Colonel
Russell bad spoiled it all. "," I have been to
edified by that gentleman's finished speech
that he lias driven out of my head all but a half
doren or so ideas, and has driven all the noise
of my Saxc-horn up the sjiout. The things I
wanted to lay he has said better than I could
say them ; but there are just a half dozen or so
things I want to say." And then Colonel
Saxe went on to expand the half dozen ideas
into a witty, spirited aud eminently taking
speech, In the course or which be announced
that, though he claimed to be a good Demo
crat, he was first, last and all the time for the
reciprocity treaty. He said he was more par
ticular In favor of the treaty because the treaty
benefitted San Francisco thecity that collected
the second largest duty of any American city.
"The Chicago Daily News says
( Thi lulwans
1 h mugwumps
rtit Dclmomco Dinntr
lh rainy ilsy in Ntw Votk City
Hut I tell )ou that it was the honest, commer
cial Republicans of the slate of New York
whose only desire was an honest, coiucrva
live man for president.
Mr. Joseph Hyman said t "General rulna
tioo was predicted by the Republican parly if
v-ievciana was elected, bccauseofthcfrce trade
principles ofthe Democratic platform. Twenty,
four )ear of protection have brought the com
merce of the United SUtes to as low a state
as its worst cnemio could wish toteelt. 'Low
wages, it was preached to the working man,
'must follow Ihc reduction of tariff.' Rut
when jou average ttie wages they receive un
der protection, taking into consideration how
often they are put on half time, you will find
that European labor is not worse paid than is
American. Wisely did Gladstone counsel his
audience tome five jcatt ago at IlJnnlngham
not to press on America for free trade, as un-
der the present tariff England earned f of the
entire value of export of the United Stales for
carrying, and Ihe Jf remaining did not pay for
and Intrest on Invested capital. If this is pro.
lection, I hope to see free trade, but if free
trade sounds too radical, I accept, fair trade.
and such was of the sentiment of the 40,000
merchants of New York, mostly Republicans,
who wheeled Into line for Cleveland."
Mr. M, M, Scott rose to say a word In lasor
ol the mugwumps. He spoke not asatattl
ran but for himself j and It wa his sober con
viction that Cleveland and Hendricks would
not hase been elected had It not been for the
honest, independent, Republican voters who
deserted Blaine because he was dishonorable
because he had lied. He thought the vote
showed the Inherent honesty of the American
people. He thought it showed there were
two parties in the United State either one of
which wat capable of governing the country;
aaa k atfwoed eaUttly en bow wtU tb
t atty kept faith with the people
whuher the nest president should be Demo
ctalic or Republican,
Doctor Tallferrn ild hr wat a Democrat
lOtn and a Democrat btctt and when be died
Ihcte'd I a Democrat dead Imt he had
hem made a tpftlt In his life and wtti)i
old lo liegln.
Doctor Mc Grew paid a bindsome tribute to
the honesty and ability of Cleveland.
Mr. A. G. Mils related bis opulence nt an
ante election canvasser for vote.
'I he editor of the Press explalnrdlhat It would
Ix-signally lnilillc for lilm tnsfaknt, If he
poke bit real sentiments, he would prob
Ably be carried home nn n shutter which hit
duty lo a small but valuable family made It
Imperative to avoid,
Manager Lyontofthe Itawallin said that he
had never made a Democratic speech, tliouql:
he bad made several Republican speeches,
Hut for the nest four years ftrh.t'i longer-
he hoped every Republican would suppott
every honest move of the president-elect.
Several other gentlemen were called tiin,
but were tr)o modest to respond,
Resolutions of thank were pasted toMcttra.
I'attelt and Tlldcn of the hotel, and lo Ihe
committee In clurge.
Three checrt "and tiger closed the even
ing' Joy- at half past 1 . M.
The audience which gathered on Saturday
evening last, to hear Ihe conceit given by the
Honolulu Symphony Club, was appreciative,
though not very large, TJie rooms how evcrs
was fairly well filled. In spile of the unex
pected changes in the programme, everything
pitted tig very smoothly without any break,
The writer confette that he enjoyed the whole
concert to well, that be finds hlmtelf unable to
dlscrlmlnile In favor of any one piece. The
only objection lo be made to the programme Is
the rather unmusical one lb.it It lent Itself (n a
great many punt, Mutlc lovert cannot lo
strongly hope that the SyntphonvCluh will re
peat such musical treat often.
The musical at Punabou on 1 hursday even-
was not very well attended, the darkness and
Inclemency of the night keeping nw ay many who
otherwise no doubt would have been there. Ily
twenty minutes pail seven the carriages began
to roll up the winding walk, to the foot of the
stairs of the lighted main building. In spile
of the weather quite a number of the elite, the
old and dignified, the )oungond fair, were as
sembled. The gems of the evening were Hear
me, OSavlourl sung by Mrs. Hanford, accom
panied by Professor Varndlcy, and, Ave Maria,
sung by Mrs. Alice Rcnton, Mrs. Hanford,
thewriter thought, never sang so well, while
Profettcr Vatndlcy plajcd with the feeling of
an artist. Miss Alice Kenton's singing was so
enthusiastically applauded that she was com
pelted lo reappear. As a whole the entertain
ment was vciy enjoyable and docs great
credit to Ihe able guidance of Mrs. Hanford,
The audience broke up about nine
o'oclock. The programme consisted of
about fourteen members, Mrs. Hanford,
Mr. Varndlcy, Miss Kale Lewis, I'uno
hou Glee Club, Misses Nellie Walcibousc,
May Dillingham, Ada Jones, Alice Rcnton,
Minnie Drown, Kate Rodgers and Helen
Severance taking part.
I HP , HI I I,
The San Francisco Examiner says 1 " The
sugar question In England Is threatened with
additional complications through the extraord
inary development of the sugar Industry In
Autlialla. The plantations are equipped with
the best kind of machinery and labor-saving
appliances for the transportation and working
or the cane nnd Its products. Just now the
labor question Is agitating the people. Ships,
it seems bring laborers from Ihc South Sea
Islands for the plantations on a three )ears
contract, the Government retutnlng them on
the expiration of their term. Other laborers
denounce till method rut a system of slavery,
and since it tends to break down the labor
market naturally call for its suppression."
Music Doctor Berger through his publishers,
T.M.Oat Jr,& Co. has sent the Presscopiesof
"Mele Hawaii," compo.cd of the nine follow
ing compositions, each separately printed t
Hawaii Ponoi, Aloha Oe, Sweet Lei Lehua,
Malanalanu Ka Makani, Lunamakaainana,
Eleile, Ka Moi Kalakaua, Ahi Wcla,- La Ha
nau o ke Alii. Each copy has onthe title pages a
lithograph engraving of Diamond Head, engra
ved by the Schmidt Lithographing Co. of San
iTancuco, the music printing being done by
Deals. It is to be hoped that Mr. llerger will
realize on his venture as he had lo pay $4 for
the Hawaiian copyright of each composition.
Mrs. F. M. Green of San Francisco.daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McGulrc, writes to the
Press as follows t "Receiving yesterday the
sad news of my dear parents' loss, and not be
ing near enough to render the necessary assis
tance, allow me, through the Press, to thank
the many noble and kind-hearted ladies and
gentlemen of Honolulu and also the Honolulu
Fire Department, for the very great kindness
and sympathy shown lo my dear family, in
Messrs. Wong, Leong & Co., a Chinese
firm that have stood high in the confidence of
the mercantile community, have failed. Their
creditor have accepted 30 centt on the dollar
and the firm will go on,. The disastrous fail
ure of a sugar lenture swamped the firm.
Their creditors have been kind and tympathic,
and the settlement it generally accepted at
best for the Interests of all concerned.
A party of San Franciscans boarded the
Switsure, while lying In 'Friso Harbor, and
one would-be wit remarked to a companion I
"Wonder If the put Inhere to get a cargo ol
'hs for the use of her crew," "Oh, no, sir I"
said a sailor who happened to be within car
shot, "she only came In to get a load of coal,
The band will play in the square this
as follows t
Ovcrtuit '" rh VtkUU ,,...,
blect ion " Carmen "....,,,,,
" Sw.diUi Wi J Jiui "..,..,, ,
Whi-" ChiiM AUnt"
Qukktttp "La llauuo k Alii".,,
Messrs. Denton, Smith & Co. arc making
an elegant display of Toilet and Manicure
ett, odor cases, perfume bottles, sachets etc.,
al their Pharmacy 113 115 Fort Street. The
taste displayed in arranging their various
wares is a feature of their trade.
At Foil Street Church, Sunday, Mr. Cruzan
will preach both morniogand evening. Theme
of evening sermon, "Victory with a Strange
Weapon." Miss Hrcctc'a bible class at 6130.
A genital Invitation 1 extended.
The secretary of the Hawaiian Teachert
Association announces that the association will
meet at Y. M. C. A. Hall, onthe 29th and
30th of the month. It it hoped that there will
be a large and earnest attendance.
There will be service with preaching at
the Bethel Union Church by the Rev. E. C.
OgRel at II A. M. and 7,30 r, M. Sunday
school at 9.45 A. M. A cordial invitation U
atenfied (sTtsaat sarvicaa.
sti Pranc lro, Drc t, 1M4
"Magnallon of trade evidently Is not confined
lo the Hawaiian Island, at it it found here
and bIhi prevails in Ihe principal fillet of the
rati. The depitHlon litre it itlttlbutnl lo the
execec'liii; low price of wheat, lower in fact
Ihan It jiat been In a hundred years. Mining
interettt ami stock ate alto at a very low run.
It wat slated last week that several mine of
the ('nmttock, that a thott time ago paid
dividend of Kvoc) per month, could proba
bly lie taught to day for the tame figure.
'Ibis condition of the principal Interest of
California, together wlih the dullnct natural
other Indutlilet, Hawaiian Commercial stock
has bad a Utile attention of late, running up
fiom 1$ rlt, to $,. per shire, then declining
l(i$J,S', the livening llnllelln of Ihe 29JH
ulllmo and )elcii1ay' Chronicle give an
account of the meeting nf 111 directors held
that da), at which II wa proposed "lolttiie
$I,ioo,i)oy wmlli of fiisi mortgage bonds
earing 7 per cent, payable within leu years."
the linancl.1l statement shows expenditures,
since Its Incorporation, $7,472,101,74 and
receipt for Ihe name petlod $1, (It, S81.il
difference, $1,056,101,51 j hence the liomls.
The whiting fleet have all arrived, bringing
a total catch of 20,37.3 libit, oil, 195,70) Iht.
Iione and 5,(21 Hit, ivory, the most of which
w.n seemed by vessel owned Intblsclly, The
Orcacaineln "high hook" with 1,850 bbls,,
the riirather and llalaena next with 1,500
rach nnd Ihe ),. I , llarrlman with I, lor).
The Helen Mar ami the Dawn came In "clean,1'
Notwithstanding thelelherglcttateof trade at
Ihe Winds the cxvottt hence for the past
month have been $247,481 and have been con
veyed lo you In ten vestelt. Since the tailing
of the Austialh the clearances have been the
Discovery for Honolulu, with attoiled cargo
tabled al $13,489, and Ihe Clans Spreckelt,
with cargo valued at $ll,oj6, both of which
ailed on the 271I1 ulllmo, The arrival .for
the week from the Islands have been the W,
II. Dtmond on the 2A1I1, 18 days from Hono
lulu, Ihe Ida Schnmer on the 28th, 21 days
Market rcwtl evince Utile change In quota
tions, though spot htltert meet with favorable
concessions In the hope of Inducing liberal tales.
A New Yoik Tcl'grani lo a San Francisco
c0111me1cl.1l paper sa)s t "Silver, which had
temporarily recovered Itself, Is again In the
shade, being below 501). It will probably
improve in price with other commodities,
though at long at It Is ostracised bj,England
and Germany, and given the cold shoulder In
United States governmental and Eastern finan
cial circles, It will still have a downward ten
dency. This Ixxles no good lo nught save the
pottcssors of the much-coveted yellow metal.
The director of the mint give the gold
product of the fiscal year at $30,000,000,
ami the silver product at $48,200,000, making
a grand total of $78,200,000. There It here
quite a dltcrcpeiicy between the product of
gold and that of silver, which If long con
tlnuiil would makegold the scarcer by all odd."
About the hical currency condition the San
Francisco Commercial Herald says :
The decline In silver ilurincr the Dast few
weeks has been felt here in silver bullion and
Mexican dollars in the thane of an Increased
discount on both. On sliver bullion It it lO
17 c on Ihe standard price of $1 20.20 for 070
fine. Mexican dollars arc down to 87jfc, at
which sales were made, while S7jjc Is the fig
ure at which they were offered. The China
steamer took out $2.12. 102. Co. She also took
out $147,723.40 In fine silver. Imparts of
treasure nive oecn ngni $1,953 o the Mex
ico, from Mexico on the 20th ; $1,574.60 by
(1... li...nn f.i.n. Itnnr.li.l.. ... l. -..!
(lib .-.u.,fvrt, I...II, ll.'tlVIWIU, VII 11IC 44111, f
and 12,100 by the City of Toklo, from Yoko-
Kama, on the 24th.
The N. Y. Commercial Ilullctln ofthe 25thul
timosiyti "There is but fiint probabtlityof the
ificalron ol the Spanish Commercial Treaty
just negotiated at Madrid. The indications
arc that the same influences that heretofore
have resisted Ihc Mexican Reciprocity Treaty
and the treaty with Sandwich Islands, will be
found in opposition to it, together with some
others, which the Washington dispatches have
hinted at and included in an allegation that the
proposed reduction of sugar duties will cut
down the revenue some twenty million dollars.
The Ilulletin representative yesterday'conferred
with several sugar refiners, grain, pork and
provision merchants interested in the Spanish
American treaty, Havcmcycr &- Co. think that
'in less than twelve months all sugars will be
admitted free into this country, but remember
the treaty Is not ratified yet. The Mexican
treaty was not ratified and perhaps this one
will receive more opposition Ihan we are now
aware of. Ira Uurstcy, one of the heaviest
sugar importers from the Philliplne Islands,
taidt 'In my judgment the proposed treaty
will ruin the East India tugar trade. Our ships
going from here with petroleum to Japan,
China and Java, look tojhe Philliplne tugar
freight for homeward voyages. It is safe to
say if the Spanish treaty goes into effect, all the
sugars from Porto Rico, Cuba and the Philli
pine Islands will be imported here without
duty. The treaty will, therefore, cut off all
sugar importation from these markets and
take away from American shipping the carry'
ing trade of about one hundred thousand tons
per annum.' "
From Port Ludlow, per Am. bktne Klitltat,
Dec. 5501, 796 ft R lumber 139, 1 18 ft D lum
ber, 100,000 ceilar shingles and 6 cs clams.
From San Francisco, per Am. bktne Eureka,
Dec. 5 1670 pkgs mdse, 711 pkgsgroc, 50
pkgs prov, 2192 tks feed, (450 sks flour, 290
Dales hay, 502 pc s lumhcr, 'at pket doors, 6
nkgs paints and oils, 720 pkgs huware, 404
tidies shingles, 2500 R posts, 24 pkgs crock
ery, 206 pkgs glsware, 57 pkgs wines & liq, I
bx soap, 4 bdls leather, 1 pkgs rubber, 6a
pkgs ship chandlery, 1 keg nails, 87 wh'lwrightt
gtls, 4 pigs, 4500 bucks and 2 bdles fruit trcea.
From San Francisco per stmr Mariposa,
Monday Dec. 8.-879 pkg general rndse.
5839pksgroc, 2296 pkgsgrn& feecd, 1467
sks flour, S95 bales hay, 57 pkgs paint ... nils,
152 pkgt hdware, 1415 bdls idVr.gles, i cs
notions, jo bdles paper, 32 c boots & shoes,
2 cs ha'.t h caps, 59 cs dry gds, 22 cs bki &
stationery, 2 pkgt crockery, 7a pkgs glsware,
99 pkR wines &. liquor, 15513 beer, 59 bis
soap, 28 rls leather, I cs rubber goods, 9 cs
wool, 35 cs cotton, 256 bxs fruit, 34 pkgt
nrugt ec nice, 5 cs printing matter, 3 kegs
nans, 50 cs wuware, 4 nxs Clocks, 2 tales, 10
pkgs China goods, 5 bxs coin $100,200, I pk
nun 9,u aij pkgs express.
For San Francisco per Am tern Eva,
10. 507702 j
ags sugar, 300 bags rice, 73 bag
1 chicken Iced and I sewing mach-
wool, 40 sks 1
Mr.Z , K. Meyers has made himself "solid"
with the bo) s In this office by tending them a lot
of'fruit and nuts,all of which arrived in prime
order, and were "discussed with neatness and
Mr. Z. K. Meyers wat warmly welcomed by
friends on his return from the coast some o
hit boon companions giving him a pleasant
surprise party one evening this week.
Sr take place neit Wednesday, The tkcact
congratulation of all who know tbem will ao
to them that day.
UU " Ittilt " in Un QuUi,
THE SATURDAY PRESS,
Job Priniwg Office,
CAMPIIKM.'S WAV nUIMUNfJ
18 NOW PRKPARKI) TO DO AM, WOKK
TtWHIgliMt BtyU of Typographtfl Art
tj WMSTM IN
WKMjINO, VISITING OK llUHINf.S CAKD1
HA LI. CARDS,
I.KHtK, NOTK, STATEMENT ot BILI.IIKADS,
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK,
BILLS OF LADINO,
iMCttl emd MsrroavatU BUaska,
PAMPHLETS, ETC. '
, Tti bov, In coonsctiou wilt, th long tfaMUbtt!
' Book-Blsadarr, Papcr-Ktdlaai susd
Blank Book BUaataotasry,
Enables th undrt1(nit la Uy claim ta comostcfiey
ln all dprtmsnli, al tkch U umltr lii cai 04
Tko atatlaatn-x Daytsrtaaamt
Will csrry a lull lint of lepers f. iutlnf BLANKS
of all dswriptioni, or forlrpacUl MHl or class l
Blank Books, in addition to ilia UMal
full atsortmant of
ComosMcUl, Latal and Osaca Stationary,
All orders falihlully alttndti so aod your polroaae
e rMctfully solicit!. THOS. O. THRUM
Honolulu II. I
This Popular Bindery, located at
107, Ft5rt Street, will be able in its set
tled quarters todoevenmoresatisfactory
work Ihan that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
It Advertises No Specialities,
but is able to do all sorts, sizes,
and conditions of Book-binding,
Ruling, Lettering, and Paper-cutting
as well as in San .Francisco, and at
At This Complete Bindery
newspapers, magaiines, pamphlets, and
sheet music are neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books are carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descriptions or Blank
Books are made to order at as low
rates as are consistent with first-class
wotk. ine Bindery is now using
Ycsl0n's "Record" and "Ledger'
paper for all first-claw work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
Orders Lest at the Merchant
Street Store will have Prompt
OSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Tha Only RgnUMl 0tirrtl final
ORrxi In Oanspfiall's I'lro-proof lltitld
i'. hj aia
RmI EtU AatasttV-Hovt and
llotiwf, lotUlM and Kuoms,
flollftlUna: Attflnt for Wll1f' Intor-
I'liUlewlllatflyta im fr Ikvnt and Infwma
Rolloltlna! Asont for ton Mntual Llrn
t.tj,,l,(lin,lt ami Sunmtxl Iniilnulifi of In
Atjtttt for th tlrt Biirllnutnn Rnll
II otlit roul't otn t lt, tli trnitry lln lh
!!nln( Ctrl lli liamlwmtit and mmt rmnfottat !.
-Mn.l Krtipliym'nl ff
Hollnltlnaj Agont for thw City of Ixn
Cotntny In the Nimll,
Oisalnm llntsaa Brokar.- I'.nimOoo.lt tt Ctn
llllU unlr Powtroi Allotny,
asfnrsar Brokar. l-ount Mony al stl llmt mi
Oanaral Bnalisnaa Aant.-Iil !'!" ef
Uctt'l, It-rikt and Atecintl W,4 ami s.lJuMtd.
turtncf nil Prmifty InoWd ftr Onvlng and
Cmrtriin'lnc nnd Omm'iclsl lliuln'it df fvrty
Agont for taa Haw Mrsaln Hall at Ho
for lrml, tic. Onl'tl for llland Sntlll, Curlm,
fMlt.l ami forward.! lo til pint of tha Wotld,
aW Infmrnillotl ptrllnln(lolli Idamll (Iren and
rrHE HAWAIIAN AL
X for 1885,
A HAND-BOOK Or 1NTORMA
TO THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
VALUE TO MERCHANTS,
NOW IN PUBLICATION AND
The well-known character of the Annual
fact that Its reputation both at home and abroad
proves its value also as an advertising medium.
Standard oflate titties, and will contain several
for its pages, besides the usual handy tables of
and Customs TarlfTand ((emulations.
Departments and Societies not having re
their mention In the Annual will please do to
Advertiser will please report corrections
Priet ptr each number SO els., or 60
Persons desiring copies mailed abroad
lention as soon as issued.
O. HALL & SON,
Havt juit rtctirtd by tha y
'MAHTll.A IA VIS,"
Norway lion orted im.
Downci'i Ktrocn Oil iht ttit.
Laid, Cylinder Uack and otbr.
Lubricating Oil for steamboat an J planta
Kcgi Natlt, llorM Sbotuand N'aili,
Cook Stoves, Farmer Boltcrt,
Aats ajuS Hatchet all &,
EJdy' Relriittratorv-aiit'il tbti,
Molted Canal Bairowa,
Garden Wheel Darrovs,
Ice Cream Freeiet, Rattan Yard Broomi,
CotTre Stillt ClotUt Written, Rat Trap,
BOSTON CARD MATCHES,
Boat NII-all tUet,
Cotton WaU in talef
Wool Card -two tle
Steam Hom i and I Inch,
Garden Ha all airei,
HitUtUlphla aad Wan. Lawa Mowtri,
Brown's French Dreiuot,
'Whltixuh'i DretUiif DUcklag.
Hon good tg arrive Ly th
' " MAtSA," rMOM XKW TOMK,
On hand a very full Mock of good mUaM for
Wa would call th attentlca of Ertgirere on planta
llooaand tteamtaau to the fact that eart agent
hare for tha
DOWNIE EUCALYPTUS BOILER
Which ii'lln only iking tm JUrovtrtJ that will uc
rxaafully rtuovt Wtha ul4 horn suan Lotlat, rttrns
its forraatlun, and ax th sanM time syaaarv tha ton
caiinlr Own rtnl. Sam for cimUrs.
All rha above, awottopad food vU! t sold u kiwait
ouutet fmas. E. a HALL SON,
V. imi Ctor Kla( Fees tk( II"II.
Id stack, and on lh way, a hit mkhiouiu of tuts
aad duVaiaa iuaUtv of
ENVELOPES, ENVELOPES, ENVELOPES,
X wkaw: XXX (V
hat No. ie 14,
.U 1 llu ...i.l..
Cevapianaa slis aad atusen, ipaeial slaaa aui. up
XIHM. 0. THMVaTM
MnraiiiiT Stmst ana rar Sthsh Sreaaa.
nM ArrIiI nil Ilia) Ifuwallxil lalnndti
Inn, 11 Mfirnhrtnt HI,, Honolulu, II, I,
I 1 1 I I Ttlrphan 171.
I Milt In all parti f iht Kln(itmn. Pftll OffiOl,
NUnd Htitmiir.Tmtt l in TrWf
llifi to Ilia. Voletrw,
Inanrnnm Co, of Nin YorI"-1li
kln-l In Hi Wot 1,1
way Itottt" In Amnrlen.-llil Itnil ttli
nr.l,,l, th mtsli ll, (tniratl ami lh Psle l
all t-Vln vf.iV In llt vartnit Itswlits f ImliHity an
don rirn liitiirnnrin Oiv-'Hi " f"
torn llmif, ta)nt n, diMliati't lrt!lit ami Duly
flnt rial twtnliy
evetjr dtstdrllon drawn. llillJdliltlbnil n. tl.
HtnMilt ttaartlltd, Ht'lilS Collrtlfl. 'I1fttl In
l!n2rotlnK dont, Attvfflli'mtnli, Niwtipf,vlWt,
nturmnitlyt"lAfeuraitl)f ittiwW IA.
nolltlu Omanlt slfMld wilt cotreiponJ wlih rrt
lfa Sptlimtnt, Natltt Vltwt and t'liolot (artfully
all cortttfiofidcnct faithfully amtrr,l
jmitvii 1:. iriMKM.ix,
Otnaral nustnsit Agent, llotinlulu, II, I.
MANAC AND ANNUAL
TION ON MATTERS RKLATINO
ORIGINAL AND SELECTED, Ol'
PLANTER!, TOURISTS AND
YE A It Of 1SSVK,
WILL BE OUT iW DECEAMKR
needs no elucidation for Island readers and the
calls for yearly (ncrcating editions continually
The coming ittue will be fully up to the
valuable papers and tablet Cftchlly prepared
Statistics, Calandar, Krgltter and Directory
ported the additions or changes to le made In
or send in new matter at earliest convenience,
(Is, by foreign wall, including postage,
will please forwardjuslruclions, for at-
MENT RATES 1
Til on. a. th it if m,
Compiler nnd I'ublUher.
LF.OAI.CAH I'bKFECTIO.V PADS.
IIODDEIJS LETTER PADS,
Lttlar, Cap and Nota lllocb of first qaalitr WFr
Legal Cap, Letter and Note Mocks of rul'd
Manilla paper, plain Memo and Not
blocks, M. & II. form blocks
for lliIU, btftttmcnti,
Or Paper PUT UP la ANY FORM De.lred,
Al TIMS. a. TIIUVM'H
MaciiAMTSrTINO FoT Stbikt Sroaas.
AND PASS BOOKS.
A full Slock un hand al all timet of varioui
uct and thicknett of
Mtmoramlum Jloekm, anil nmtorleil Mart
fata llook, leather, ptrss board and pupcrcotcr.
Monthly and Weekly Memo. Trine Books, Milk Bool I.
rlurcbefs' and Grocers' Pasallooki, field Honks,
.Scratch Ilooks,Copf llooks.Eicrciie Uooki,
klann'a. Pcnn 1 and t ranch Coprinz
Books, letter, noil and cap
slrea, half and full bound,
for Salt al THUS. (I. TIIUVM'H
MsaCHUNT Sunt amp Foai StactT Sioie
Nov In nock, ith additional Eauern Invoices en
route. A fine sanely of ttt
CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS,
Cap, Legal, Latter, Not and Bill Paptr,
Assorted w.ialilt, Abo Marciu Ward's Irhh Unen
Flat Folio and Not paper, plain, or can be -
rated up to suit any 01 der,
WWF.UUINO NOTE-AND ENVELOPES, 14
Mourning Paper, Windsor ami Turkey Hill, Unen
letter and Nolt, French Qudnll Letter ami
Note par, Copvlng rper,
MtuHaur SratsT and Fost Sraiti Stoaal.
DENS AND PENCILS.
GILLOTTS AMO EASTLRDROOK PENS
la all the desirable autnbers.
Quilt Pens Spcttcerlan, Comnefctalan.1 Custom llout
Pena. Mabie,lodd A-Lo.'
RELIABLE GOLD PENS.
Crou. Slykifraphic Pens- plain and jofd vnnlad.
Pnnc a Foubuiii Pen, oldlne Pcna-4 aL,es.
EasU Co'i Auloaulie Peocill and Ibll,
Ked, Blue and Craen Pencils,
PancUi, No. I lo t. Artlu' Pencili, Ura.ioi
Panola In sets, pucket Panclli, bUta
Pencil! plain or la md,
.41 THOS. O. 1URVM-H
MsacHAHT Siaur axo Foar braaT Stnaea.
BILLS RECEIVABLE awo PAYABLE. BOOKS
JleMfay Mnn Ktttlflt, Skipping Mmiplt,
Orafer Htokt, JrAaof KtnU,
Plantation Tlaia Books, PkU Rccalpia, Md, Or
der Blanks, Ac, Ac, cuoauuuly cat hand, or
Special Farm UtAt up to Order en Short Nollca
At THO. a, TUHVM'M
Msbcmakt Stassraub I oar Sratsr Sroats.
BUTTERICICS CUT PAIER
A oe supply U laUrt uyln juu rueied-t be it
pleoiahad udt wiih-aisd be uie at their nuked
price THOS. O. THRUMS
tvv.MiW r.viusiMi, nt.viniiir.ii inih,
Al f h H,, U lrffli, a
Vary li n r 1 11 Varlatf
-1 twf ft
I'nndy 6 o o d ,
' .t m ,1 A r 11 n i 1; ,r t .n I
K. IV AIMM8,
Ily onlff of O. W MAOfAttlaAMH CO.. I
Mil wll at 1'iiWfe Aueikm, wt
V o it 11 n a it rs y , J) n n it m li t r 17th
Alma.H,,aillmr IIOM Hon I'dHTSTRCIX
in Ihe SaUeienmt up Main, tfm4'it
lirtiif-a if hi.l
j II It I H V M A .1 II II II II .1 I
JWT artrifan n a.
Steamer tlortlenttx, from
London, fl n jc I a n d,
And never bfot oj-aneil. IhU Tcrtnrr imrvit
ld f tjifettlr ft t hfUtmal, Is an Unusually
fine alct!',n of whifh partlrtilar villM
Rirrnln latter a,!r.
T Owwl will Irt raaily Int lnp,lion on Tnladaf,
an1 we ihall U t4evd If ih ladle ill call and look
.', V. A II. I MS,
ALUADLB REAL E3-
I am Inilructul 19 sell al I'uUle Aucil-m, or,
Monday, January lStls,
Al i a o'cW krwm, at mySaletroimii,
The I' 0 1 1 o w I n t Land
lleloncfof to the ntat tt III late Royal llljlineil
Tl.e Ahupuaa of MOF.ANOA In North Yfmi, Hawaii,
Kuleana tlo. 0;l.
ll.e Al.t.Mi.aof IIO.VOKAIIAU IKI In North Kona,
I fawaii, e sJ acres. Royal Parent 655
Tr.e Ahuiaa nt HOOKENA and l-UIIUl.U In
North Kona, Hawaii, Kuleana No. 1170.
TtMAhnpuaa of KKALIA In Noith Knaa, Hawaii,
Kulana Ho. Jjl6.
1e Kuleana of KIIOI'U irvl In North Kma, Hawaii,
Jf j-io ares Royal Patent 314!,
Ihe Kuleana of LANIIIAUIK1 In North Kona, Ha
wall, 1 10 acre ; Itoya! Patent 314.
Tin Kuleana of LANIIIAUIKI In Notlh Knru, Ha
wail, 37 acre J Royal Patent 311.
-11k) Kuleana of IIONUAUI.A In North Kono, Uawafl,
3i.imacre Uryal Patent 314.
The Kuleana of IIONUAUI.A, Notth Kona, llaw.il,
t'i 14.100 acres : Royal Patent 314.
1 Aliuiaof PUNA In Puna, Hawaii, Kuleana
'Uw Ahupuaa of KAALA In Hamakua, Hawaii, ni
Mm ; Kuleana No. 0971.
The III alna of I'Alt in the Adunua ofPoMu, KnhaU,
A Ilouie M MAKAIIONU Kalliia, Hawaii
A Hoitu lH PAPAUI.A In Kailua, Oahu.
Thq Ahupuaa ori'Ar.OIII, laihaina, Maui 4 apunai
Royal I'ateut 4)M.
Apana 1, 3 00-100;
Apana a, 7 71-100 Acre ;
Apana 3, a 7-100 acae J
Apana 4, irt rodt
tV For-further particular apply to"A: I. CART-
WKinnr, iarj.,or '
K. V. A U.I MS,
Honolulu, December S, rtti.
a nd Christmas Sale
Tnaaduy, Dae. loth.,
FrlcUy. Dae. 19ttk,
Tueaday, Deo. 83d.,
SatnrtUy. Dw. 27tlb,
At 7 r. H, at Salesroom!, a Large Alvortmenr of
CHANCE FOR EVERYBODVt
f.. V. ADAMH.
The Great California
Flies, Fins, Cockriichis,
Chlckm Lici, Etc'
To Human Bctagt and AciatAl.
AN ABSOLUTE NECESSITY
la tb loa, Caxdeu, Contenratory, or Wara-rooms.
Tkf IhImcIi iHSKfflitMf.
Par DisUOwtUi th Buchaca.
MNSON, SMITH Cx,
li aaj ill FORT STRClvT. HuaoiaW. H. L