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ntnit iuii nnnninr. m t nrcm tmrcas .rjbk to tliink that the
TluMul.ici of Home, for Immi .ttlcmcnt im.ill f.irmcM, uu-i! to culti
grant ' n mom) m imparlance to mi utwc iimilar small hoMing hi n
similar country, would add largely to
l'ody tli ) WnlMlay of
Amateur imiept-'mleiwe. It i. fam
1'i.uir Vnown m "The Dy We
t ikl'iate." To-iky lit wple itof" hi
tmKi ami rirrV. Tp-iUt the Miroll
tx, rat minwtmc sfceol, white tlw
s. h i'f the trtrVer i hcrrf in th
I ml I'o-thy the mcrr), merry
miulcn don her linuery and goes
f nh tirewt! to kill in thiec color,
lo.l.iv the kaittka scctiteth the xi
f at afar, ami the glory of hi mwtriU
ii terrible TmUv the WhatiRclootlle
f jrgctfth to iiMMitn for hi. first born,
and i t-omfoitetl by the iltiket Mmitu
of ltirr' Iwnd. To-day c forgit
our differem-es and exoty man jarV. of
u. (as Hon. 11. A. W. inihi uy) i an
American: ami those who arc not are
secretly orry. Today it the lourth
of July ! ' '
That u the buncomlw of it. Hut
there is a teriou title". The poet says :
Arocrxa ' Mmi land oftitxity,
How noble ll tlij hh tmlf ttott tc I
How iiml ihjr Ircetlotn in its twtitr
Ttie fiwelorn i!mI hit mad thy radiant star
SSin bilghtl? or live slate as oV the fit !
Thy tunntr city rlarxrt on th r
Anj UrcVont nun ftorn monarchies afar.
Ami tJ him cwne whit pr ami plenty art-.
O thiKl of Strife t ja, Ihou vicrt Iwrn among
The ihion which Ueiohilron eU alone,
AnJ In ihy strfneth of younj untempcrril
Thou daiM'tt the hiujhty Tyrint'i brtm to
An.1 initcheJ the elinling chain he held in
To tuml thee like a vaual at hii side.
The blood) Ktne tlut oJ thy historj's
And nuVe thr s the worultr of (heir aRe,
lUt ilantnt Jeep within lh) piuiot breatt
Tlut ckxwuj vlr, which, though ditc
Kov Me a phown from thy hehlt of death
And tiunc thy uin!e bannett o'er the eaith 1
The Mow of ltittoty scarce Hooped, ere thoO
Didi't le imptmtrd tn her noble brow
The ki of Ulntty. That liu bghl now
The page of the 1'revent and ihe l'a.
And btightol ihinei thy record llioi)' lat !
InKan of court and camp diituib thee not,
Thv fle bicatt i life from every plot.
Ai Ciia" Hrf tin Hail a ftrtilt itnti
K Sfrnkth thtn tin mu ufen a tkrvnt I
other subject now before the ottis and
tax j)et of the Hawaiian htnnd
The subject naturally tlMdcs itielf Inio
two he-atls : Homes for Voluntary
Immigrants ; Homes for Assisted Im
migrants. The second head naturally
may lc subdivided into to heads.
Homes for Portuguese and tiernians ;
Homes for Asiatic The topic of
most luessinj- imxttance at this time is
nouns mu 1-oKTUOur-sr.
The contracts of many I'ortugurse
immitrant will cvpire during this 5 ear.
It is to be ferret! that mtiM will leave
this country forever unit s inducemci.ts
are offbred ttts.ru to stay. A lionie is
the one inducement likelv to wcijh
with them Most of the l'otuigm sc
now in the kingdom ate agricultur.il
laltrri from the Arircs or Westtrn
Islands. 'Ihe) wctc a home making
and .1 home loving tolc in their native
land. Thc will become home-making
ami home-loving here if they lo givx-n
the opportunity. The Amies are in
many respect like the Hawaiian Islands.
'Hie climates oflhctwogtoupsarc simi'
lar, although ihnta Maria, the south
most part of the Acores is nearly fide 11
degrees further north than Kauai. The
nhvMcial formations of the nroum are
thr nation's wealth. It would also add
lugcly to the nation's cotnfoit It
would provide more and better vegcta
bios, small fruits, poultry and eggv It
would send lo market more fat mutton
and veul. It would, in brief, go far to
make this a country of farms. We have
sMiken of Mr. Cnmpliell and the
Messrs. 1'aiker because their names
fust occurtetl tons, Hon. C. R. llishop,
Minister fiihson and many other laud
owners might Ik similarly mentioned.
We wish there might be organired
effort to lurther this food work And
we wish Mr. HofTnting -who is inter
ested, for both philanthropic and semi
selfish reasons- would lend bis orgtin
iiing talents to stait the ball rolling
When the first shipment of Japntu sc
arrived, the I'rcss approving the im
migration, then ns nuw -iescclfiilly
warned planters that kind and con
siderate treatment was necessary to
keep the Japanese already here in good
spirits and to make them valuable
lalwcrs. Wc think that the advice
though to many planters quite unneces
sary was useful to others, and did good.
Hut we have reason to fear that it has
hrrti in n fi?w instances ilisriinrilpil ntnl
strikingly alike. Kach group h volcanic; lhal roubIc ,n Morc fof m im,w
better, more humane management is
The appointment of ex-American
Consul McKmlcy to be Hawaiian Con
sul General of California. Nevada,
Oregon and Washington took the town
by supmc, when announced last Wed
nesday. Hawaiun Consul Severance
has lccn aslcd to resign and will doubt
less do so. Consul McKir.ley assumes
t'nc office with increased powers. He
leaves here with the good wishes of all
or nearly all the community. If the
appointment meets with disfavor it will
not be because of objection to Mr. Mc
Kinley but because of the manner ol
Mr. Severance's removal The latter
gentleman has so far as the public
knows served this country with zeal,
fidelity and ability. If there be any
better reason for his removal than a
possible lack of " accord with the
present incumbent of the Hawaiian
fotcizn office, the public ought to know
it. A few dollars paid to Mr. Spreckels
tor the use of the " by authority" col
umn in his great jiapcr might be made
of much interest and real benefit to a
community anxious for thcrx in this
Some months ago wc called atten
tion to the dis,jraccful lack of faith on
part of the government in failing to
send to their homes those Polynesian
laborers whose contracts expired many
months since and who at least many
of them have been out of employment
ever since, waiting to be returned to
their homes. Those who have not
found employment have consumed
their scant savings a.nd are now penni
less. It is true thai the gov ernment has
housed them in quarters near the im
migration depot But such housing,cvcn
if food also had been furnished, would
pooity repay them for t.he loss of time,
for the worry, suspense and disappoint
mtnt sustained by thc.s.ruel and cause
less action of the Hawaiian Government
protector of Polynesia. I The great
inducement held forth by the imntigra
tion agents of this fatherly nation
have lieen the chance given to the
" simple and ignorant islanders " to
improve their condition. And now
wc send them back as empty handed
at they came save in (.xttntner.
each group 1-mountainous. The indqi
nious flora of each giotip has many
features in common- perhaps the must
striking coincidence being that a vanity
of the pulu fern grows there, (l)icksoii'u
ctllcita), the pulu from which, under
the Arorean name " cabellino," is cx
(sOfted to Portugal and Hraiil, and
used to stuff matrasses and pillows.
Sugar cane was once a staple prodixt
of some of the Azores. Wheat, barley,
mane, hemp, grapes and oranges are
produced and exported. Live stork,
large and small, is raised and sold 10
passim: vessels. The Island of St.
Michaels, at least, is cultivated from rea
to mountain top, literally terraced. Its
ISA square miles support a population of
(at the last censusat hand) 105,000. Mr.
HolThung peaks of this numerous
imputation industrious, law-abiding
and frugal The island is over-crowded
and (Kiverty is a matter of course.
When these people come here they
bring the characteristics for which they
are noted at home. They arc by no
means a ticrfect people. Cleanliness
is not ihe rule with them. They are
j superstitious and densely ignorant in
some directions. In their own country
they are priest-ridden, and the example
of their civil service is bad. But they
arc a teachable people. Some of the
brighten pupils in our public schools
are Portuguese. Ihe lntcrniarnf.ge
between Portuguese and Hawaiians
has given proof that the cross is a judi
cious one. 'Hie Azorean Portuguese
have, on the whole, given satisfaction
as plantation laborers And if they are
permitted to leave this country without
organized effort to detain them the
commonvicalth will be greatly the loer.
adopted on every plintalion.
'Hie Pre is very ell aware that
many discouragements present them
selves, at every' turn in the match of
improvement , and the extension of
island industries piesents a longer list
of those discouragements than one like
to confront. But they must be con
fronted -or cS Hawaii will lie balked
of half her promise. Silk culture has
never been fairly tried In these islands.
Stone quarrying descries more atten
tion than it has so far received. We
ought to make our own coarse najKrr
and tan much of the leather wc need.
c ought to dty fish for export and
raise more carp and more mullet for
home consumption. We ought to ra'ue
pineapples and can them for the foreign
mirkcu of the world. Wc euhl to do
a great deal Hut the difficulties In the
way ire great Capital is needed. In
these da and in this country nun of
small means or of no means cannot
hope to go into new enterprises that
require two or more )tu of waiting.
Iiiit wc are confronted with obstacles
at the very beginning of this inquiry.
The condition of the public lands is a
serious obstacle. The segregation of
the crown lands is another, and equally
serious. The government has 650,000
acres of land nominally, on paper.
Hut much of it is unfi! for cultivation
or even grazing ; and most of the g.tod
land is held en long leases by planters
or stock raisers. The government land
agent, Mr. J. S. Rrown, is now at work
trying to find out how much govern
ment land there may be, of such
quality and in such location as make it
fit to be cut up into small holdings. The
government's action in this matter
must be. influenced largely by Mr.
Urown's report Land cannot be
manufactured at will ; and if the gov
ernment domain shall be found to be
out of the government's control the
problem will be even more difficult of
solution than we have feared. '1 he
crown lands belong to the king, by
virtue of a bad law that ought to be
repealed so llul the lands may be
thrown open to settlement It would
be necessary, under the circumstances,
to acquire the kings title to the crown
lands by purchase at a fair price,
which might be fixed by arbitration. If
a constitutional amendment be neces
sary' o validate such condemnation
and purchase, such a constitutional
amendment ought to be iiasscd. The
law of eminent domain applies to this
question if it ever applies. The king
is a mere official, differing only in rank,
duties, responsibilities and tenure of
office from other officials. The round
salary the present king receives is ample
to uphold the dignity of the position ;
and it is bad policy to permit him to Con
trol so much of the public domain. The
crown lands ought to be acquired, in a
legal manner, and thrown 0cn to set
tlement so soon as may le the "wrier
the belter. Such action would probably
keep several hundred Portugese familir
in the country, who, otherwise, are likely
rinti.va no uk to
Such is the title of an interesting
ed'iorial in the Sacramento Record
Union of the 13th instant. "The alarm
of the lloston press over the introduc
tion of French Canadians into New
England factories is amusing to the
people of California. Is this the same
press that was so bitter upon Califor
nians for objecting to the Chinese in
curvion? We of California resist Chi
ncse immigration because it tends to
degrade the American laborer to a
level with what is popularly known as
pauper labor.' The case of the Ca
nadian laborers is not a true parallel,
because there is a possibility of assimi
lation with them." That is true, as it
is true that wl- on these islands reason
ably may hope to assimilate Portuguese
or even Japanese, while with Chinese
the possibility of such assimilation is
vague indeed. Says the Record Union :
" The American home is the substruc
ture of Americanism. The usual Chinese
home is at war at all points with every
requirement of American manhood."
Hut the dweller in Eastern cities very
easily brought himself to be'ieve that it
mattered nothing about the "Ameri
can Home" in California, so long as ihe
various " American Homes" in lloston,
Philadelphia and New York were not
in danger. Now that " the chickens
have come home to roost," the people
of the Eastern states are less fond of
the Mongol than they used to be
ttcjuit he is begin u ing to compete with
than. The concluding sentences of the
Record-Union article are worth the
consideration of these Americans in
Hawaii who have believed the Califor
nian Anti-Chinese crusade both an un
just anda short-sighted one. ''We wish no
ill to our New England bretheren, but
cannot repress a feeling of gratification
that this question has been brought
directly home to tlism, and intensified
by a dcgTec of personal suffering. It
will go far toward disabusing the people
of the East of the false, dangerous and
indefensible doctrine that the foreigner
possesses an inalienable right to enter
this house of refuge. It will open the
eyes of the East to the fact that immi
gration to these shores is a privilege,
and rvrt a right that we enjoy the in
disputable prerogative of determining
who shall be of our household, and to
reject those elements that in no wise
contribute to its stability or betterment
It is not true that this nation is a hos
pital for the incurables of earth, or a
refuge foi the scum of the world. That
doctrine has been preached until, at
the Ivast, there has been cultivated a
belief that it is one of the fundamentals
of the American system a false,
dangerous and destructive belief. Still
another consideration remains. The
New England press now complains
littcrly that the French Canadian does
not conic to stay; that he wins his wage
casty to export it from the country, not
for investment in it. Does it occur to
the lloston press that thh is precisely
the complaint Californians have been
making, and which has in only the
recent just been the cause for a yasi
deal of tiHi!i:ng cf the New England
nose at California i"
A itKthr.il advertisement In this
paper and the dnicttc has been harped
on by the spuefuls of the monopoly
organ ever since it first appeared. Yet
the gtcat (waste) paper's writers
neglect to mention the fact that in its
every issue nppoatn the medical adver
tisement of a local practitioner, quite
as objertionablc as that to which the
gieat (waste) paper nbjcUs. The facts
nl the matter arc not at all to the credit
of the monopoly organ--which refused
the advertisement published by the
llullelin, G.vette and Press, because it
lclievctl the nil. would tint be paid for
Four days latter news has been re
ceived by the J. Ford, which left
San Francisco on the ujth ,Oen. Grant
is still alive. The Massachusetts cot
ton manufacturers threaten .1 strike. -The
Indians in New Mexico and Ari
zona arc in the mountains, not rattling
tit present. Gladstone formally gave tip
his office of prime minister on the 1H1I1.
The Conservative Cabinet is not jet
formed. Peru has a civil war on its
hands. Cholera still rages in Spain.
" tljf IVmm or lir OitrrrfiMif-Hf."
IIIIITOR SVIURII.VV l'RMS--.SYl.' Will ) nil
pleire. In your next weekly Issue, Insert llie
following, and you will also oblige me by
1....... .... ..i.1.!.'.t....l t.. tl... ...tl. . ...?.
IM.ltl) Vllllk J'ltl'll. IILU III IIIU IMIIIL IIK-..-
piper, ns I consider that it nlll tic of greit
benefit to the people gcnernll) to know how
well llic law Is administered and justice
rendered by those who have the power to
render justice at tepahoehoe.
Todiy, June szml, atrhed here four con
stables, by name, ns near ns t can learn, l'unl.
aua, llanoliilu, Charley Keohe and Kealoha
(they haling been sneaking around here the
day before), ami arrested sis South Sea
Wander! for wotklng on the Sablnth the
Islanders haling on extensile garden ol alrml
twenty heads of cabbages and as many liitts of
potatoes growing. They were taken befure
the wise Judge Samuel L. Kawela, and were
fined each $r and $3.40 costs.
At the same time, nine others of the ismc
natton-ility were arrested for desecrating the
holy Sabbath by jumping the rope and p!a)ing
tag. They were also taken, by the above
named powerful olicc force, before the tame
powerful judge, and were each fined $5 and
costs $1 40. Total for the intelligent woolly
heads to be paid, $102. And for what? For
not knowing hardly a word that was said to
them in the court house, and has initio inter
preter furnished them. They do nut Inow
even yet from any acts of the above-named
law -and order men why they have had to
pay this money, except to keep from being
sent to the lock-up.
This, I say, and wish th constabulary to
understand, thai if this is justice, it is a kind
that I don't believe in. And I wish to warn
them that they w ill need the assistance of an
ambulance if they come meddling and sneak
ing around my darkey bo)s at Ookala again.
Yours respectfully, J. N. Wright.
Ookala, June 32, 1SS5.
For the fourth ! !
Th Grtfntmttt ptntFtl Iti cfty mil ih Arranje
mtnt fsf !hi ctlc'.irAtioii wf ih Cstrmnr rmWrrnf of
ril rr . ..,1 '. 11
Hinging of Soils
AT SUNKtsr, TODAY
Antiques and Horribles
EARLY THIS MOUN'INO.
A National Saluto !
M. W. McChesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Ilav now t a rut I ft (
Per Alameda & John D, Sprockols,
iAt.os sMtruaMit op
Conthtlng In fart of
I lour, CMctt CJalf.
Ill It. Hour, M!lre.la.
Th- MCRCIIAST STRIXT STATtONEIlV
TJIOS. 0. T1IKU1M.
IIi1rf contottthttj with hti
Fancy Goods and Bindery
Uminm at hit
1'oi't Sstt. Store,
Exercises at Kapiolani
OROUNDS. on tUh, commencing at n o'dxVtA,n.
Vc tliratri.I At Kaptolant
ounc aikI olj, ami all crc inv
Park Ground! for
nvitil. anJ lo ttiuted
tobnn; th ir Um;h Ilttkeu amt. , l.unt rtirein
menu wilt lo be trived by the Committee,
Suitable arrAncmentft will 1 made for Convivinc all
to and from the lark Ground wJij to deir , fr of
The tjtmei wilt commence to leare I be rotoer of Fort
and Kinf streets at 8 a. M. tharp, following on in
other in quick inception tint ill tl o'clock, the Uit out
it ..T t.-. : . .i.. .
Da. J, S. McCakw, Ctitrmain.
I). A. McKInlcy, M M. coit, J.H. I'aty.UWV.IUU,
M. flrouffun. F. CoJfrey, W, Uner( II. F. D I
IinehARi, J, M. Oit, Jr.. t M. Hatch. J,
bimraont, H.Gunn, il M. Whitney.
I it J. C WISEMAN, Secreur.
tacW Wht-Ai. IW.
tV Hartry, llM,
S-itM 'Awn, IVi, Whole,
811k Corn, Hett, CracWd,
Wkt itran, L'oAr ami Fine.
tacW He.ltK, Krd,
KArl l!r!il. lUtnil.
Sacks Ileum, llnre.
Sack HiMni, Lima
SrV Onions, Het Silver Skin,
aatkt ivtatoei, nrv in uunnies.
ua& i.sira 04 Lrackers,
Cie Medium Mr end.
Cases Ctacked U het, to lit. U,
Cases Coin Mrtl, while, 10 tb. bag.
CjkiO.iI Meal, tutb, bafs,
Ca Curn Starch.
CUC A Hams.
In accordance llh the dwire of many patron, and
to meet the exigent et ol the timet tbc undertineil wilt
hereafter render and col'ect all accounts insnlhly.
I. M. O I1, I K , it LO.,
T G. 1IIRU.M.
S. J. LEVhY ii LO ,
II. L.MCIMYRC 4 CO.
Honolulu, Jul)' j, 1885. 3jj-a6o.
A XiHablr Vlaiirr.
Mr. J. D. Strong has conipletnl the picture
ordered omc lime ago liy the king, as a pres
ent to the Mikado of Japan. The picture i
a representation of the Japanese agricultural
labour in his Hawaiian habitat. And is a
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The scene chosen by Mr. Strong UoneofthtAJ
lower firlds ol Haiku Plantation, adjoiningj
oprccxcisiiuc. 1 11c sue cicriooKsinr icici
isthmus joim'ci; east and ucst Maui, the Vai
luku Valle) forms the background at the left.
Melon it is llie tonn of Wniluku, half seen,
half hidden by foliage. Still orrcr is the land
ing at Kahului, with a bit of the bay showing.
The mill and buildings of Sprcckelsiille are
further tcuards the foreground. The portion
of the isthmus seen in the picture, is the por
tion entirely under cultivation, representing, as
it does in nature, that seruable " sea of liiing
green," so often .written abont yet so seldom
fulVjr realized. In the middle distance the
brsrrofthe descending slope is shonn, lo
canc-laden ox carti going off ihe field, one in
motion, another XI ihe act of starting A
luna on horseback is on the left, a garcj of
Japanese at work cutting cane is on the right.
The most prominent figure of ihe cutting group
is a man bent nio.t picturesquely in the act cf
cutting, tn the foreground is a group of fose
figures, s muscular laborer, standing and fac
ing; two women, presumably wives of the
laborers, sitting Japanese fashion among the
cane; a child, in back to Ihe observer, drink-
ing from a cup. The inanimate forcgrqunt'i h
a most realistic sjuily of standing an) fallen
cane. Three tits of vivid color, a piece of
crimson drapery, a icr million sash and an
orange kerchief, bring out the contrasting tints
of iW rest nl the picture most cleverly. The.
wbsts scene is lit up by a bright, clear blue
iky.ch&KCTcristic of ihe locality, with light shill
ing clouds onhUl tops and above them.
The eff.-ct of the wlyrfe picture it of noonday,
with the glare foftened by floating clouds,
and cooled by the green of the landscape.
taviri'T rurrhii! the Nel Arwr.cv andlTQOd-wi.il
In ihe same of 'ITio. G. Thrum, nuucriber heretofore
through him iH be upphed by the underlined.
Honolulu, July 3, iS3$. 1' I. I 31
Cases R, 11 Uucon.
Cases Fair hank's Lard, J lb. pid.
Cates ra.rlnk I ard. lb. tuttl.
Caves Fair lank' 1 laid, to lb. pal.
Case Whitny llutter, U ltn
Ilalfbblt tlutter, Fickle Knit,
(Jr. bbK. Hutter, Fickle Roll,
Half firkins flutter, (hit IMge.
(Jr. firkins liuittr, Oitt K.lce,
Catel New Clieese.
Ibrs and bdlt. Salt Codfish,
Hbl Ilerces ColiimbU River Salmo-.
Cs Fresh fit.
Hoie llmwn Liundry Soap,
dole ns Ilrooins,
Fur JftiaCotTetr, Roasted and Ground, 1 tb. tins,
backs fjrcn CntTre,
Ct.it Japan tA, t lb. tiapeti,
Chests Japan lea, lb. pa pert'
Qoxet Raisins, London Lasers,
K lcif HaKin, l-ondon Lajent,
Iiokci Uaiitit, Londmi layers,
llaxes Kaiitni, Muicatel.
C&rs Mlxeil 1'icklel,
Cases Spices, assorted, all siies,
I'ain Minct Meat, At mores,
Tios Mince Meat,Cutitni;i,
Sacks Raw Peanuts,
backs HtiAhsh Walnut 1,
backs Soft Shell Almonds,
Sacks '1 exa Feca 1 extra Urge.
Cases California Honey, 1 lb. tins,
Cases Kin , ,More A Co'., fresh r-sAMJ
truits, Jellies and Vetjftables.
Ualet Wrapping Fa per, extra quaht).
A LARUE ASSORTHRMT Up
JJcst California Tscather,
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Upptit.
French and American Calfskins,
Sheep bkms, Goat kins,
Hawaiian Saddle Tre-u
And other goods too numerous to mention.
rrill be sold at
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Reduction In Price Of Meat !
Fliai and aflcr the FIKST or JULV, lS3j, ihe
CERMANIA MARKET has lcc!4tJ to reducsthe
.rice of Meat.
GEO. It J UP I',
tit) llutal St. nnir Llhrnry BnllillnR.
i iitST-ct.iss iso.mu) nv the wtk,
MO.Vl II, OR rKANSIU.N r
SpKhl ACTOmluJalbilt for 11 tinm' I'.mltles.
ItfjJinff Pjl'kir wllh DaIIv Pdnri nncn f.ir ll.a
JtllMU orih ItOU...
IV Coaletl Dining Kmimt in the tkf, NO I'l IKS.
4-50 H nARDBR.
No. M Kino Sr., llnNoU'iu, II, I,
FRATICAL PLUMBER AMD CAS rilTGK
Coppor and Shoot Iron Worker
RINOES, TINWARE, Etc.
-5T All work jjuarant'ed and nil orders fathfttllf
aticndwO to. Fleasfl leate orders on th ttate
At tio'tlxk rvwt, at my Fatesroum, Queen Street,
t wdlofT'rat Fublic Aiulbrt,
On Saturday, July 11th. 9
Till! FOLLOW IMO
Lands and Leases !
Apanastiuiated In Kan wat, M ww, Oahu, acirrtaie
are r4 JA.iui iiiiarihlfla. Konei wand Faaoto
S. K Kaat tyienl nf April, itfc, recorded in liter
6, paje St ml $$.
If,,fi undWttled one half Interest In a rleee of
tnd situate (n Mrwanoa, Krma, Hawaii (ranted td
Kipae hjr Ko)al Faient, 9)f,
II f A tensti from Hernice P WUhop ami Chat. It.
ItUhnp loSim'tn K. Kaai tJ the foltgwinn (artfU tf
land snuhie In Moanahia, 0hu t
t,- llou i-rt with de Unit hoi mauVaofiheroad,
i -five Katopaithtl knovn as Monkahl.
3 T'o Kab fcU)tMknonas Apa
4 - Ore KaKi patth k(tirt as KeMe
) -Kuu land with ccconnut lteVhtjna Jjnjkea.
A.-Oiw Kaki patch with adjoining fcul land kiin
Tetms of leas ll-r ar from the 6th Ot-totter
A l ( iMJi rent 'I en Dollars a )ear, pnbl Jeatly In
advance lase tjr lessee.
aMT Terms rush j ile!s at the fpnt of purchaser I
pa) menu in Kold.
:. v. jiuMi,
H, W. XcClDSn l
No. 48 Qnsen Straat,
Mr. Janni Cambcll and Messrs.
John and Samuel l'arler arc Urge hirJ
onncri, the furiner on thw island and
the latter on Hawaii Some of the land
of each of these proprietor advantage
ously might be thrown ocn to settle
ment by Portuguese It would be
necessary to sell the land m easy terms,
long pa) menu and lots- inteicsu It
ould be ncctary to build roads and
improve landingv That pari might be
performed by the government. It kwt
-pHE GENU1NB ARTICLE
COLUMIHA RIVER SALMON
Smlmmm IMUm, 18M. Gah.
J an ttcclvd tniA PortUmL Orvton, by
Tact, FUh'cb rtll.a upon u Flnt-CUtt
G. BREWER & CO.,
Offer for sate to arrive per
BARK AMY TURNER,
From Norton, due
CTXJX.'V 1, 188 5,
Hal rmovJ htitactw from No 7J HOTEL STREET
No. 103 FORT STREET,
In the Store formerly occupied by Mrs. W.HAV'ilkinson
where can be found a large and varied assortment of
Ladies', Gentlemen! and Children's
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
Alor J sties an J itIesof
Ladies Fine French Kid Uutton Boms,
Ladies' Comiucn benvi Slippers,
Gentlemen's Embroidered Velvet Slippers,
Gentlemen' Pandiig Pumpsf
Ijiwn Tennis Shcei, etc
At prices which defy competition.
t3T NimportMion Just received pr Alameda
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets,
Ynite king Rink.
TJIJS SPLENDID RINK:
Recently enlril and liilii the bttt of lljor., Ii
OI'JS.V UVKUY AFTKBStmS unit SMUT.
TUEfDAY, FRIUAV nJ SATURDAY EVEN.
I NO?, nJ WEDNESDAY AFTCROON. Awidu.
ou ntlrnllon pild to ihl camfort an. pleaiurt of U
AIDIISStON sj Cti. NO OTHER CHARGE.
'lha rrzuUr quarterly mectiaz or the PRESS PUB
LIhlllNtiCOMl'ANY LIMIlED U1 b fcW in tne
offic at lh Saiuiday I'm an Monday, July 13, 188,
at 10 a. u.
R. &. Smith,
Contul General Irwin (11 qunrs! by Mr.
Sprecll' ,rrri) jaitiSev the ftsn thai be
bruuht m sanjr umi imcJraoti, almott to
1 lie cxcluiiuri of Momtiv Ij)' vr.trtin; that tlion-
iruaiigfi-l; 're not immoral arxl can wait for
thtir ito Ki JoJa. Jliem III one or lo yeai
hence," We rrrst nroH be content with ihe
comul ctncral't certificate ol moralit) 1 but
the tatcmcnt that the Jatunoc )oung men
wuulj rather uvc for too )cai than have the
(Ukiaget f lct paU bj the Hawaiian
Government it ruriout, anil the fact, If
il be a fact, Ii almott ihcnoroena in kicio.
l"Klf' It, U1 be more inenuout for
Ml. SprecVel' Bocmnienl' cfficial tuner
lo acknoalntge Ihe real rratun for not bring.
ing more womenone of which i thai ihe
Hawaiian Gotrrnracut hat not ntoncr lo ray
the rutAaget of women.
"A perUtenl at'tmr.t ha been made by the
PK!tlon icn lo Ultcouctcnance Japanete
Immicralion, ur Mr. SnrecVeli Adverliwi.
Ttie ualcment U vr.ime. "Wc irjiet that the
contul-ccruial ili.1 not carry out hit Initrucllona
mkilr and bring a tery much lartn piocof.
tStn of women by the Viauihiro Maru," uy
tbc tame piper. That U what the "pfjxilkm
yttn" alao "re jet.,"
Mr, yttrmtnuM'm Drawing Claw,
ilCatiunal experience tur,evt that ihe
labor of acquiring knowledge of industrial
diawing ihould be divided into proper naget.
Therefore the first yeart work in the prepara
tory department ii of the uott elementary
character. The examples drawn on the black
board by the teacher and captained line for
line the pupils being rwjulictl lo draVpn
slate or papir reduced copies of Ihe lesson. In
the neat grade the pupils continue Ihe free
hand outline caercise, togclhei with geometric
drawing. As geometric problems are 10 be
drawn with instruments, the practice aid
materially In developing thr power of exact
obscnation. These are a few elide oUena-
lions which naturally suggest IhemwIvAlnone
who has tecu the work of the I'unahoa pupils
under charge of Mr. Furneaux. Thoroughness
of teaching and Ihe reaching of practical results
is shown in Ihe work of the pupils. The
course for the tcrsi (us embraced Frecllaud
Geometrical, and Object drawing, and il is a
feature of the method of teaching thai ihe oWi
system ol drawing hat lieen discarded by Mr.
Furneaux ami the pupil, have reached the
present creditable and practicable results by
drawing from dictation. Copying is noticeable
in the work of Mr. Furneaua'i pupils by (is
Yesterday morning Edward L. llanry, for
20 )tart a loJdcnl of these islands ami lately
in ihe employ of Messrs. Allen St Kcbtason,
died at the Queen's Hospital of consumption.
Mr. Harvey was a native of Boston, Massachu
sclti, and was 38 years of met. He was
buried yesterday afternoon by ihe G. A. K.
UkeJ hmii u&mn of lliwail. .X.. bomzht In
quaniiliei, by Tho. Siddal, ILn 734 I'hili, Pa U.S.A.
PLANING MILL. L
C. ) MardM, Contractor Hid bulkier, It ProDiielcr,
Mouldinxt and rinith alwjiTs on hand. The mill
keeps for tale hard and soft stove wood cut and i4a
Talopaon No. $t, 154 its
Ai ike QUEEJsS HOSPTAU-Tl.Ur. IJy,,
ttaeto, tl t yean.
U8IB li Dmn,
IwitchM, Cvls, Front PUom,
AU wrin;td JVmrl Hair.
Invisiiu. UaCk IUik Ntit.
Levitet tad Children! .lavif Cut tins nd i?r4wpuo
log ti ktore tff rcttUcncn
.Uaitry Hlr CuttUf k SpccUltj.
AU u Sao I rincisco Irk.
?4)'74 J" f UpputJt Itodd hutlet
FranU'tn Stue Coal ii CaV,
bbU. (.rushed Sur,
Cases Frert Ale Grease.
Crtt Hoe Handle.
ttbli. No. t Rosin,
Cus WUeelbarrov. s,
i bbin. Wdnlrgrtrt Tar,
ll Navy Oakum,
Case K t ard Oil,
" Orn none. Iron Safe
- FARMER'S' BOILERS,
ribls. Dairy Sail,
Oblv. Cement, lK sn ln- Ox Bows,
Cases An and Pick Handles,
i El Prime Pork,
Kegs Na It,
Cumberland Coat hi bulk,
Whi.e Wswd Lumber.
Walnut Lu iiber,
Eaiter t Wb.t Tint Lunber,
Caws 1 inncd Tomato,
Electric ft Downer's Kerosene Oil
Keuhcrnd CeJbih Balls,
Caet Uam Cwde,
Ftati C-wder and Cherlvtas,
Caaii Sauf! Meat.
Cttve Iluckut'aToiumio $mv,
Cast lluckln's Mock Turtle Sup,
Cawt tiui.ktQt Oa T.U b&up,
BurVett, lime Wash UoarJi,
Case Lha'rs, Cotton Watte,
Case Yclla-T Metal Abeathin;,
Key's V jw M. Sheathing NaU,
UbU 'Twine, bl.Uuck.
illU Poison, Linsrtd Od,
Case Brown Soap,
K Wi. M.ntral p4.nt,
Book CtMi, Assorted,
ICatentigii 'lup Carrige,
Cave Curled Hair.
Drums of Cau-ttc Sxla.
Livory, Boardingf and Sale Stables.
Can-iatcs fr hire at alt hours of the da or nlehtt
also, conveyances of all kinds for parties guinq aroun j
the Ul md.
Excellent Sadd'e Horse for Ladiei and Gen
tl Tinea. Guarantied Gentle.
Large and small omnibus for picnics and excurtn
EartiM, carr)ing Trom to lo 40 passenger, ciii'waji
e secured by upecial arrangements.
Tha Lonr Branch BathlHir House can alwavs
le secured for picnic or kcurirf a ante by ailinj
at the office.
lELFPHONE 0. 34-.
m-iU JAS. DODD, Proprietor.
JiiHt H eceived
. Direct importation of
XTilv 6oaou?ft Now Crop
China and Japan Teas,
Henry May & Co.,
INTO. OB FOBT 8TB ST.
Has Just received per Marlpma.
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON.
CaU Cheese. Kiis Salmon Hcllier, Case Codt l
Kegs Family Heef, alooii Hilot Hred,
Craclcro, 'dable Kal.ns, Dried I'eachij,
Dried Apncot, Prunes, Ormea
Oiillloariilu Comb Ilonoy,
'lable Fruit, Iam and Jellio, Family Flour.
heat, Coni, I'oiutoes, Oniot. Candle,
Old Virginia Swoet and Soar PioV7v
And many other article too numrrout to I tion,
which will bcMjId at prices to suit the times. t9 Satis
faction BUiranteed. CHAS. IIUTACF.,
Telejhone 119. t34-50 O. tit KingSlr
CITY SNOEING SJIOP,
(OPPOSITE IJOODb STAIil-tS)
Horse Shoeing in all its Branches
Done in the most workmauhlsc manner.
Bacing & Trotting Shoes a specialty.
Our Kate wijll resoiahte.
The undersigned, havirjitsjuaht out the interest of
Mr. James Dodd u the Move h:p, solicits a conttnu
ance of the liberal patronage bestow td on the lai firm
Mr. J. W. McDonald received the hlcheit
Award and Diploma for bli Hanlmade brto
at tha Hawaiiau Bahibition for the year 1M4.
tfir llorss calen to thesho;
tiotu-w svbew dee3d. 1
and returned al ehcrt
Ai Hdes. Ka-, tUrtU. h im a. tMt. li lie U U
t . ifinir, lua,, e)iisaisi
G. J. WALLER,
5a BUTCHER 1st
rJ?o tlo IPvont.
AORBATBOON TO HONOLULU PUBLIC
5 Beer, vkal, uurroN,
LAMB. FOKK ANO HSU
Kei4 tit Urns dars aher Umj allied, ly Uisl.
aaa Paxew Dry Air Kefricerasur. GuanSKeed l
keep looser after delieery laaa Ireh hilled eee.lv To
UlLduuf U.MK. WALLER'!! MAHKaTM aod
0T MEAT rOk SALS ALL VXY, "m
tkT TteasUsj tW pMLt Im eut bows, I seeatil
MljaMMtiaWaiaw. a J. WALLS.
A Smell Lot ot rircworVi, consisting oT SIrltH
from X-Tt. to 4 Bi. JJwf Llohta, NeriHl0 and
Scrslt II I frit.
iriuc" ForTho ITourtUl
TIIOH. 1. THHVM'K
106 FORT ST.. DetWKK's Block.
California Produce and Provision Cp.,
IMrOKTERilAND JOUDERS OK ALU KINDS OF
Groceries, Provisions anil Produce.
Kit .Mackerel, K'Utalmon lletlie, Kit Smoked UnliUit, Kin lUhtui Finid Ki(t.
Kit Tongues and Sou rids, lkiwl CodfUh, 'iLirutuCaiiup Citcw Chow
Worcester hauce, (in kci) California Cider Mticgar, (tasLard kegs), tvicd At pies, I'tachet Etc.,
Cahfor.iUl iUe Kauins, Assorted Nuts, Aarfed labloand i'w f run, Jain mid Jelhe,
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, 1884 CATCH, (Bbls. and half Bbli.)
CALIFORNIA FRESH FRUIT AND IlUTTKR UV EVKRY STEAMKR,
Wltlols ism ofllirutl lit Twt.Mt JInrliot J?utcs for Casts. ,
!OLE ACENTii FOR
&lCioel PacUnff Co.. F.. J. ltowrn's Seed., L)nde A llouwh, Ttie te Lsval Crtsn Separator,
K. 1.EVV, (Suer to Srewvich. Gray t Co.
"THE HA11VEN lfAXV CKENAHE F1UE EXTIXOUISUEB,"
Hr Goods delivered lo uy part of tl.e etijr fire .( thargt, IsUrul OidiTs lolklitd eoil isl'l.fsciwv "
aueed. IIBNRV DAVIS, Mus(tr.
Ns. n Hotal Strtel, Honolulu, Caha, H. I.
POST OFFICE UOX Na 4). (tf-tii Te.LEPMONE No. e;.
Ill HI JO P SK CO.'H
THE UNIH.KMCiNIlD WILL HtCtlVF,
MONEY AT 1III.IK SAVINGS
liVNK UPON IHE tOU
On tufles ol Jrw Hundred IlwlUrs or under, flora
ooe pertoa, lhe)tVdl oay Inieria at the rale of five per
cent, per annum, from dale of recelr4, on all sums that
Hatl have rveeained on drpo.lt tkree nouibs, or have
teeu ou depovil three DsoMhs at the llae of maVbc up
toe early accounts. No loiercu will be computed on
fr&uont of dolla3 or t fractions of a month.
' Nu Iniertu will U atUwed oa asooey ettUiraa
wuaw three ouMht from de of deposit.
Thiny days ooitc must U ivn at the Uaok of aa
InteMtoalo vuhdraw say money J and the Lleposuor's
PaM boos muii be prodivad at live same lime.
No mooey will be pall scept, upon the PraA of ihe
Depovitof, accorapanUd by the proper t'ssvboJu
Oa lha im day of seuteaiUt 0 each year, the
accounts will be made tip, aad intarcat m all sums that
shall have remaioed w aVv U three tAaiht a more,
aad luoaid, will be end led to lha depoeLors, add
from that data for m pail of the pr jscipat.
awatofaut than Tarre Haadred DJUrs ktllU
racelveJ, rshpitt't apecisl afmawau C
The fiaak will h eyeaenry day U tU wk Meaos
Semdys aaet aiemdaya
The Corner Harness Store Still to the Front! ?
Large Invoices o( flood (of all deiiplior.,) !iaing,
been received by me Ibey
WILL BB SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
IIiam the vatne quality rf floods can be purchased elve
where lo Honolulu and eatlifaclion guaranued. Alv SIkV.
conilsls of all hinds of Aaierican, r ngl'sh and sydney
Saddkst$ltt. l'ouches, Lecgtus.
Saddle Cloths, School Bags, Etc.,
Bits, Spurs ard Sit tups. Etc.,
la Nl:hel sad SUver Plal
Tin RipuUtiM if my NOME MADE HARNESS
For seperiorily of woiainaiuhlp aad nalcrial remains uachallenged during my sta yean levldeur here,
IruoVful for ihe geneious poircnage of the uavl, lis continual ce ami Uciesse lu the future It resf Ksfsut
solicited at the old viand,
)s Omar aTwS ua. Ulmm MvtMta, W mj,. M, .
CT. MATTHaWS HALL, SAN MAT0. CAL. n "
A MCUOOlTrOM BOl'M.
alifiaTwsT HHMBajf EJisFisayasw
taiUlMlMullrwlaecISsal4atM, ma ihaleajseaea Wi IL JU 1 1 ssjsps ftom le frmersam
Eataetvshsvi U tMt, FooteM burnetii awamauiloa aael sUrv Ttm swilmaai aw site.slsw, am, ,
smWssssvmeaWaratutveay way rnnamtih ska heath aad atari e tea samma. Tnamw'Smla
m SaW '- '-I last ir ' f , (am mM. -r jjfjpf llt tKtKtApsr,
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