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rttlDAV. OCTOBER 5. 1.).
BwiBM h somewhat revlveJ daring the fui wk.
tba arrival of ba P 41 8 8 City of Sydney with late a4-vl-a,
Indocin wcTtutd activity 1b basineae circles.
Th turner brought fair cargo which with the later
anivl of UnBW Atmy saJ Discovery will well our
Import for the week ap t. lh re.pe-Uble ram of f 115.
(M) at thi port ile. The Consueb, bound to Kahalui
with a rarr gained I.'1-32 will make tbe total
UT 431 -52. nearly all American products. The exports
for tha week. t the coast, by th J D Sprecsels and W H
Meyer amount fc fJ!.01O--
BasiBMS) la tn. Caitad Slates 1 reprtd as bourn -ur
and the Ukflnx of foreign gold Uti to girt a
cheerful too to business generally. The most remark
able thing connected with the continued arrival from
laropa of each large lomi. la that they nave oeen w.m
. Mmnondlu inereaaa In the exportation a
America's two great commodlUea cotton ana Dresasiun.
rrom tha &rrt week of August to the end of the first
weak la October. American papers report that I28.00O.0CO
Tha general tone of the local financial market has not
changed la any dejrree. and under existing eircmnstaiicea
1 not likely to do ao. Competition la the llf e of trade in
Saanclal a well ae busineoe circle, and monopoly
doea not mean benefit to buyers or borrower.
W append extracts from the nsoal monthly circular
oi Messrs. William. Plmond k. Co, which that firm
baa kindly forwarded to as.
Xae trade aale at Meaars. Geo. Macfsrlane A Cos
daring the first of the week wm well attended and 118.
600 Of goods were sold. Silas-tenths of the buyers were
filasas rThe aale of Uqoors. Ac. belonging to the
aatata of Cba. Lootf. waa alao well attended, end very
good prices were obtained by the auctioneer for the
goods so Id. -8 F Oct XI. 1M0.
booa-Since our last, Manila Extra Superior So. 1
fcagar have advanced to 1 17 J O. making basis here $.SV.
Kaw Sugars in New York weak; Cuba refinery grades
7 is crate. Centring! No. 14 m per cent. cents.
Our rsflnerlea are almost oat of stock, baring been dis
appointed la the receipt from the Inlands fur the last
quarter. The prospect are that prices will rale low for
aext season's product, a the beet crop of Europe are
very nne and the Louisiana crop la also above the aver
age. It ta not too late yet. however, for frosts in both
continent to entirely change the present position.
Ktcs The Jobbers ere mostly carrying good stocks,
which give strength to the market, and the shipment
pee Lady Lampoon, bow doe, is sold to arrive at 6 IX
cent with the exception of bss nam held at "
cents which price It will probably rearb. nnles larxe
receipts follow soon after the arrival of the Lady Lamp
son. The receipt since January 1st to date are HMO
bara against 4J.JU9 bag for the laat year, allowing an
tncreaa of supply for the year, probably, of 13.on0 bsgs.
There U apparently quite an increase f consumption.
afoLassaa The Molsase coming to Land Is taken
quit radily ai 'JO to 'XX cents, and very choice will sell
for 33 cents to some extent, for family use.
Corrxa New York telegrams report an advance In
that market of H cent per H. on Kio.
fuu On- Hale of Arctic have ben made at 3. J
ceaU. bat it la not well to expect even 35 cenU for the
remainder of the season, as the trade is supplied fur
UomsdiaU wants. It went as low as H cants last Decem
ber Wmslx Bom Tbe market of the world is eaily over
stocked with this article, compared with Whale Oil. and
although nominally 11.23 per lb. It la quite certain to go
M low as $1.0O in this market and perhaps in New York.
Waxaca Txca This article is in a different poeiUon
from Whale Hone. The supply is more moderate com
pared with the demand, and 40 cent per lb. is a fair
oaotstlon, at which sales have been made. There is an
AeteUe demand as well a American and .European.
TaJJjow Market firm; i cents for rendered; 7 '.
7 ft cents for refined.
The average price of Cuba Sugar No. 1 color and OS
percent, polarisation in Mew York, and Hawaiian Isl
ande of same grade In San 1'rancisco. under Refinery
contracts, during the years 1879, 1879, and to October
lou, are aa loiiows:
Han franc 1 sco.
for the three years. a.M
WnXIAMS, DlBoKD tt CO.
AL0IC THE VTB1KVES.
The Discovery la alongside the Esplanade discharging.
she brought aa extraordinary large cargo, lnciading fjo,
000 in treasure.
The B W Almy la at. Brewers wharf, and la rapidly
Tha W H Meyer sailed at I put on the Cth Inst, with a
cargo valued at $43,860 J3.
The tern Hera laden with coals from Newcastle, ar
rived on the afternoon of the 4th.
The bk Oenl Butler has sailed for the Hound in ballast
The Oer bk O F Haendal sailed from Bremen on Aug
21. and passed Dover on the 24th of the same month.
The brig Conauelo sailed from San Francisco on the
1Mb of October, for Kahalui, Maui, with merchandise.
valued at $32,431 S3, of which $:i4,tt7 99, is machinery.
The Br ship City of Nankin, arrived la San Francisco,
On the completion of the barkentine, now building for
Mprsckels Brothers, the Intention Is to baild a lar;e
schooner-yacht for Clans Spreckels, suitable for deep
The ateam-whaler Mary and Helen, Capt Owens, will
probably run between Honolulu and San Francisco
during the winter months. Nothing like steam.
The Mohican from New York, is now fully due.
The achr Excslaior, Eustel, is chartered to load with
general cargo, from San Francisco, for this port.
Tha bk Liliu, O'Brien, was at San Francisco on the
Tha bk V C Murray, arrived at I'ort Towsend, Oct M,
and the Fleet wing at Victoria same date.
As we go to press this (Saturday) morning, the whaling
bark Pacific ta reported outside.
POUT OX 720X702.TJZ.TJ. 71. I
Oct 30 rMSSCIiyoffydney, Dearborn. 7 days and 2 fars
trooa bm r raacisce
Sov 1 Bk U W A lay. freeman. 18 days from gaa Fran-
S Bk Discovery, Fenhailow, 22 days from Sao Fran
a am tera Hera, Wheelwright, ai days fa New Castle
a Brig Hazard, Miller, X daya from Mairike.
Oct 1 r M 83 City of Sydney, Dearborn, far Sydney
Nor J Brig J so D Spreckets, Uanson. for Saa Fraocisco
achr Vivid. Cawley. fanninr Islands
3 Bk eeoeral Butler, Ryder, for Port Tcwnuend
4 Bk Uawatl, Whitney, (or Jaluit, South Sea
a Topsail W tt Meyers, Jordoo, lor 3an Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
V S 8 Alaska. Brown
BBH Sloop Qtanet. Bourke
Schr Julia A Long. Gilley
Bk H W Almy. Freeman
Bk Discovery. Penhallow
Brig Hazard. Miller
Tera Hera. Wheelwright
From San Francisco, per City of Sydney. Oct 30 J
pkga sponges. 11 pkga drugs. 24 do hardwire, 3 cs
mar hi aery. 3&9 bxa fruits and vegetables, 23 pkgs grocer
is. 2 cs furniture. 3 cs cigars. 1 pkga decorations. l.'iO
acka potato. 10 cs dry goods, 4 pkgs papers. 150 cs
brandy, 244 pkga mlae mdse, 1U492 pkga mlsc mdse in
From San Francisco, per H W Almy. Nov 1. 2000 r m
post, lot door, window, sash and blinds, S3 m bricks.
ISO bbla lime, 410 pkga mlsc groceries, 40 pkgs provisions.
44 bbla salmon. 1273 acka flour. 89 cs and 113 tins crackers.
2 acka potatoes, S3 bbla sugar. 142 bales hay, louo arks
grain. It pkga crockery. 17 pkgs glassware.
From Baa Francisco, per Discovery, Nov 4. 101 coils
wire. Urge lot groceries, canned goods and provisions.
M pkgs drugs. 21 scks flour. Sou scka grain. 170 pkgs
cracker. 131 scks coke. 200 pkga fruits. Wo pkgs elquors.
JO scks potatoes. TJ0 bales hay, SO bxa candle. Ani pkgs
paint. 223 pkgs hardware and nails, 20 pkga sewing
machines. 71 pekgs saddlery and agricultural Instru
ment. 1 bndla tubing. Vo pkga furniture. 25 m ft lum
ber. 730 m shingle, 2424 r w posts, 373 pes oak. &l win
dow. 42 doors. 73 pkga tobacco and cigars, 33 (-rs
cam- aaaterlala, 20 bbls sugar, 10 bbla tar. 44 pks
at material. 13 pkga paper, 42 pkgs stations ry, j UI
bricks, 47 pkga mlsc mdae.
faaaings Islaod. per Vivid. Nov 1 Lot groceries,
provlsioaa, bsy aad maber. roreiga Value, $1170.72, Don.
ForSaa Francisco, per J D Spreckels. Nov 2 &3T9 pigs
sugar. M0 bar rice. 109 pfcgs hides. 62 bunches bananas.
Com Value, $MJ41.1.
Foe Jahitt. par Hawaii. New 2 Lot groceries J provisions,
tuaxber. he stock, aad miao ssdse. Foreign value, 133 7 &
Dam. vame, $74.
for Baa Francisco per W H Meyer, Nov (3333 pkgs .agar.
244 pkgs mnlasses. 3217 bags ef new, S3 bags coflee. 343 badls
sa hidss, tee tallew, bd!s sheep pett. 10 pkgs tobacco, 1
ta shell, 1 pga blank. 143 bacaes be nans., 13 beer kegs, 2
oil tanks. Domestic value, $436aJ3. For. val., f 4.
FramSaaFrsncJacasperCUyofSyaney.OctSO Mr a Mrs
W Forster, Mr W U Bailsy, Miss 8 D Tharstoa, Mr 4- Mrs
West, Mis Lamb, Mrs Oderktrk, K a Pierce. Mtm K
ortea, t A Back. F Hogarth, Mr 4- Mr C T Oolick, Mrs O
C aVsckaiey. M White. J ajuuaaaa aad wife. U Bradley. 8 T
Cerer, J Aroghes aad wife aad 3 children, F Meyer, J Maieon.
m aaaaoapa, a aoavwg, oam w unams, v Uerta, 2S ia steer'
are ana lai ia
Far flydaey, per CUy of Sydney, Oct SO Mr Coop, Mr
C E Smith, B Montagu. Mrs iJahsian
Frees San Fraactsoo, per Discovery. Nov 4 W J Peters A
rife. W T Porter, W B Lawrence, F 8 Dodge, W C Love, O
B MarriO. M H Barton. 4 Jordan, G H Chase, K '"-ms
D ieaaer. J H Shcak. Jaa O'Brien, H A Fraser, J W J Potter!
far aaa Frsnclsc, per W H Meyer. Nov A Descbo
wtss. M W M Chasaey.B Cassia A Boa.
Per Kaaai. aerJasM Make. Nov 4 Mr A Mrs Hewiu.
Cel Z S Spaaldiag. Mr Bryaav. Mr Barker, and aboat 24 deck.
Far J si alt, per Hawaii, Nov 3 H Grosser. J Pease.
For Baa Francisco, per J V Spreckela, Not 1 -Ed
Afrlnerny. L Tousaalt.
For Paoniaga Island, per Vivid. Not 1 Frank 8utton.
ape Oreig. Henry Hobb. Mini (w).
Frwia ban Francisco, per H W Almy, Nor 1 Mrs Delia
CuaUr- Mr aad Mrs Mcintosh. Mr and Mrs C J Prascott.
jaaa U Oat, D B Foster, Mrs T W Eckley. Mrs J D De la
raeaae save children. Mr and Mrs W B Parker aad child,
a V Boob. Joha Tevell. Mrs 8 Black, N Burnham, J A
Msdill. Job a Kimball. T Finn. George Lu Droll, Manuel
CarTa&te. Joan Burrows. Jacinto Gouzaley, B Tola.
Txer. Ja thin city, oa the Sth Instant, to tha wife
st FkJ. TastA. a danght.
We- nrr mmwr rircsllag Js PrlaiisiS werk
i rtrrr.iailT law rate. Oar aleaaa facil-
liltssble s is atrial IOO aeal
i visit lag i
CTr..:V '"I ;;.,:. V.rer
dO Pwsler for frwns t2.oO ta lo.OO, farmer
price, Z.dO S.OO I aad oher jsb at
Commercial Stflbcrtisf r.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880.
OCR cotkmporary of last v ednesday
blows hot and cold on the Royal Hawaiian
Planters' Association. An editorial par
tially approves ; and certain communica
tions criticize and condemn and all the
articles have the same inspiration of hos
tility to this, or any other enterprise, that
proposes to go to British India for laborers
or population. The communication " V.
K." (doubtful initials) says that our Envoy
Carter did not go to. London, in 1S73, "or
any other purpose than the regulating the
treaty dailies" (V. K.'s italics). Saying
furthermore, "there dwells in many minds
an idea that the object of Mr. Carter's mis
sion in that year was Indian coolies, when
in fact it was nothing of the kind." But
Minister Kapena says In his reiort in 1878 :
"The Board (of Immigration) authorized
him (Mr. Carter) to look thoroughly into
the feasibility of an East Indian immigra
tion, and if possible to make practical
arrangements for putting it into operation.
It was deemed desirable that an arrange
ment, or understanding, should be had
with the British authorities by means of
which the immigration would be facili
tated, and placed upon a iaying and per
manent basis." And in confirmation of
this, Mr. Carter says in his report on his
mission : " and further, if it seemed prac
ticable, to enter into a scheme of East
Indian immigration." And we all dis
tinctly remember the interest and co-operation
of Mr. Carter in the famous memorial
of 1876, wldch urged the importance of the
"over-ieopled plains of India" as our re
cruiting ground, which view Mr. Carter
repeats in the 44 ReKrt of the Royal Com
mission on the Development of the Re
sources of the Kingdom," recommending
44 to bring into the kingdom a class of
peoxIe who would bring their families, and
assimilate with the Hawaiian race. Pro
bably in India such could be found." And
furthermore, Charles R. Bishop, Chairman
Committee on Foreign A flairs, says in a re
port to the Legislature in 1878 "It is
known that Mr. Carter was very hopeful of
securing the emigration of a considerable
number of East Indians to these islands,
and was quite sanguine of success."
Therefore, it is an unqualified misstate
ment, to speak of East India immigration
as being no part of Mr. Carter's mission to
London ; and it is a disservice to that gen
tlemen to represent him, as not interested
in, nor having any such purpose in view,
in connection with his mission.
But tho coarser writer about 44 Pro Tern "
shows the animus of the sheet whose editor j
says, referring to many mean flings and
innuendoes : 44 Our correspondent probably
expresses the views of all the sugar planters
who prefer to make their own plans, asso
ciation, and officers. However, Pro Tern,'
and the Cabinet, and the 4 $5 by order'
gentlemen may, as a little planters' asso
ciation, go by themselves. " And he might
add, 44 We don't go with this scheme pro
posed by 'our friend of the royal reserve,'
or any other Britisher, however much we
may need East Indians, or any other kind
of British labor."
In the Y. M. C. A. page of the Friend of
the present month, it is stated that 44 one of
the most difficult of the problems - in our
island social and religious life, is the
demon of feeling by the natives against
We would like to know how and when,
and where this 44 social and religious
demon" manifests itself. Is it in some ex
clusive native congregation, with whom a
poor foreigner would not venture to sit?
Or perhaps in native parlors, Into which a
diffident stranger is seldom or never in
vited to enter ?
Or it may be in business or industrial
enterprises that this demon appears, when
a native tries to get a foreigner's labor for
a bare modicum of food and clothing,
whilst he enjoys the profits in stately man
sions and foreign travel ?
Or, as it is said, because the native is
sometimes unwilling to submit his case to
the adjudication or umpirage of the for
eigner? Well, in that respect, when life, liberty,
property or our good name are at stake, we
all have our race prejudices, and all have a
demon of feeling to exorcise. And the best
of us sometimes may be unjustly accused of j
appealing to it. !
We distinctly remember when Minister
Green, now our Premier, replying to cer
tain memorialists, called attention to the
absence of Hawaiian names from the memo
rial, that a hue and cry of antagoni-m of
race was aroused; said to be "contemptible
in a politician, but culpable, almost crim
inal in a minister." And at a meeting In
the Lyceum at the time, in which Editor
Hartwell took a prominent part, a resolu
tion as follows was adopted, "That no per
son is worthy the confidence of His Majesty
who would oppose these objects (East India
Immigration, by the way) or who would
seek to plant the seeds of discord between
the races and classes, (Mr. G. had said
mechanics had been left out of the memo
rial) living under His Majesty's rule."
So there -was then a demon aroused, but
not by Mr. Green a demon of political
prejudice, in which rousing we then took a
part along with brother Hartwell and
others; and we now suggest to Y. M. C. A.
to say no more about this demon, as it may
appear to many that it is one of political
prejudice which you ought to exorcise.
The Honorary Secietary of the enibryo
Planters' Association did not receive an in
vitation to attend the meeting held yester
day at the office of the Minister of the
Interior. Throughout the proceedings
which chiefly consisted of a desultory con
versation as to what had been done already
to import laborers, not a word was said i
about the subject of Indian coolie labor.
Apparently the object of the meeting was
not in sympathy with any endeavor to pro
cure Indian labor. As we have already
said if planters think that the East Indies
are a suitable source from which to procure
labor, they must join together and take the
matter in hand themselves. If thev do so
on aw sufficiently larire thv will i
onasumcienuy large scale tney will find
v-mv o ..-uiNucvt wiiu i
the cost either of Portuguese, Norwegians,
or South Sea Islanders. They will find no
difficulties of a special nature in their way
if they undertake this enterprise, and will
succeed much better without the aid of the
Government even if they could secure It.
We are glad to be assured that W. N.
Armstrong;, Kri.t will arrive here per De-
cember steamer, to undertake the duties of
. . . , 1r I 1 1 XI 1 - r.
Attorney General. We have had the pleas-
ure to meet this gentleman, and have ob
served that in personal Intercourse and in
his public discussion he appears a man of
broad and generous views, and we feel as
sured will be a valuable addition to the
personnel of the government.
Our lawyer editor dodges the main issue
on the " army " question, and tries a bit of
cuttle-fish manoeuvre to muddy the discus
sion by referring to our alleged wish for a
military force, and desire "to curry-.faror
in certain quarters;" but everybody re
members too distinctly all the poppy'-cock
of the Hartwell military organization and
"general orders" of 1874, and the billies
besides to be blinded by this bit of special
We understand the Board of Immigra
tion, owing ot the large amounts spent ex
travantly, or worse, upon old vessels, espe
cially the Pomare, and other demands
made upon them to carry out contracts
entered into, find themselves short of funds
to carry out their ideas, even as far as they
wish to do. We all know the importance
of this matter of immigration, especially of
females, and it is of the utmost importance
that this part of the duties of the Board
should not be neglected wherever the funds
come from. We have heard of the import
ance of a marine railway, in fact, this was
urged upon a Committee of the last Leg
islature, as being of the greatest impor
tance. Of late we have been asked how
many vessels had gone away from here for
repairs on account of not having such ac
commodations; we say. we don't know
The querists say none. We have been ask-
i ed how many steamers wouid have : to go
away from here for repairs on account of
not having a 'Marine Railway; we replied
that we did not know. We are told possible
one, not more. "We are asked how many
people will be benefitted by a Marine Rail-r
way; we say we do not know. We are told
one person, possibly two. If this is so, and
we are told there are ten believe it is so
to one who does not we say to the Govern
ment you will be better serving the country
by sending for European immigrants than
putting -100,000 into a Marine Railway.
E0ARD OF IMMIGRATION.
Bv invitation, a number of gentlemen
interested in plantation investments met
at the Government Buildings yesteraay
forenoon, and had an interview with the
Board of Immigration. About a dozen
gentlemen, besides the members of the
Board, were present. His Excellency the
Chairman of the Board explained the ar
rangements and expectations or tne isoara,
more especially wiin regard to immigra'
tion from the South Sea Islands. His
remarks took the form, to some extent, of
a defense or the south Sea scheme, and ne
expressed the belief that the difficulties
hitherto experienced would be moderated
as time went on. ne gave reasons wny
the heavy death-rate of South Sea Islanders
III li-ltJ uanaiiau isiauus ouuuiu nui uxz
looked upon as a normal condition of
things, exceptional causes having been at
play. If tne Hawaii and stormbira were
moderately successful, 500 or 600 South Sea
Islanders might be expected in four or six
months from now. Besides these, some 400
Portuguese, about 600 Norwegians,- and 100
A , .1 i i 1
uermans were expecieu uunng me same
neriod. The Board was Davin-r half the
passages of the women, and the whole of
the passages of the children included in
the above numbers. The Board's finances
would not allow them to enter into further
engagements of importance unless they got
a larger reimbursement througn the im
portation of South Sea Islanders than they
at present ventured to expect. The Board
would be glad or suggestions rrom those in
terested. Mr. Athertou.by request.exnlained
the arrangements his firm had made for pro
curing the ' expected Norwegian immi
grants. Mr. Pfluger urged that the Board
should endeavor to procure further acces
sions from European countries to counter
balance the large number of Chinese who
were coming. He gave statistics showing
U3o immigrants coming rrom .Norway.
Germany, and the Azores, of whom he
estimated that perhaps 600 would be adult
males adding tnese to tne iuuu umnese
expected, and say 500 South Sea Islanders,
it appeared that something like 3000 would
be added to our laboring population within
six or eight months. Members or the Board
thought that it would not do for the depart
ment to enter into liabilities for European
immigrants beyond paying as heretofore.
half the passages of women, and passages
children, iney nad about $:aj.uw available
for this and for passages or Chinese women,
if they could succeed in inducing them to
come. Mr. Afong being appealed to, said
he thought it wonld be . difficult to . get
Chinese women. If they came, they would
nrobablv be 44 not nice women." He also.
in reply to a question, expressed his belief
tnat tne rice plantations were already
pretty fairly supplied, and that large ar
rivals of laborers would result in a break
a lrxirr 4 tVi- Yaunavi t AAmMnotlAn a r
WoPa Tr. waa fwilv atrd that th Hoard
would receive applications from planters for
Norwegian, German, or Portuguese immi
rTrants ; and, if properly guaranteed, act as
the medium for procuring them. To the
suggestion that -this should be advertised,
the chairman replied that it was sufficiently
advertised already, as those present repre
.'ented most of the planting interest. The
meeting then broke up.
We are not responsible for opinions expressed by cor
respondents, oar columns being open to all for the dis
cussion of public affairs from every point of view.
Correspondents will please observe thai all letters
must be authenticated by the names of the writers, not
necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good
To Ute Editor of Uit Pacific JUomvier cud Advertiser.
Sir. Tbe originators of the proposed National
1'lanters Association appreciating the comment
on tbe prospectus at its first untie, have in much
eaieem tbe suggestions and views it baa elicited
from tbe Press, and others of tbe commnnitj to
serve whom is tbeir only objeot. . .. .
From tbe necessarily hurried compilation ot tbe
prospectus a mioappreciation of tbe organization
lias seemingly arisen, on wbieh , an explanation
appears to be due, personal interviews being
almost impracticable. - ..
Tbe circular, as issued, is ia view to elicit if
possible suggestions from and expression of tbe
requirements and sentiments, of those severally
and generally interested in tbe ' labour question"
an j as a basis for collective operation.
Tbe subject being of National importance, tbe
rueaxure. ia tbe opinion of tbe original committee;
should take such direction as to include, and if
possible' meet, the requirement of all Interested
in. or resident on Hawaiian sou.
As justly remarked by ibe Gazette of 3rd lost.,
tbe measure is in process of formation " only
and so far this practically supplies a long ex
pressed need. UU Majesty tbe King has accorded
bis sanction, and patronage and tbe countenance
of gentleman of approved social statu, having tbe
confidence of the nation, has been given, the latter
if eventually elected by tbe community, hare
courleouslj expressed tbeir willingness to act, aa
urncers oi tne asaociauoo.
But. however faulty tbe const root ion. Bis
dat qui cito dat," and it would now seem to be
time lor others to give a helping band by relief in,
or from, an arduous if gratifying task.
I am sir, you Is obediently.
- H. ystlXKT NlopoiioN. -s
Honolulu, Nov. 5. 1880.
To lite Editor of Ute Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
Sib, I think thji-'it .wopjd-be much better to
construct a Graving. Deck b"ete-than a I'ateut Slip,
and beg to state a few reasons" why such a work
would promote commerce in. various ways.
By borrowing the money for a Dock in the
United States we should cement those relation
with that country which are the guarantee fur tbe
prolongation and renewal of the Treaty. The
money wonld be well spent and remain in the
country where it would 'be" again inveated Iff other
things, such as "building houses and starting new
plantations. The work would furnish employment
for ships between here- and San Francisco and
would put money ia circulation. Again it would
bring menf-war of alf national Wea 'Bere," which
wonld make up for the lot of. the.wbaling fleet by.
the-iupDlies they would Require in. the way of pra
vilon; coal, etc. Tbvfc r here being a Dock
here and it being made known In " the sailing
directions ,wouI4 alo; bring sbips here. " The
materials .for constructing' same. are at hand - each
as lumber for building a'dam. The boiler, pumps,
and pumping, engine can' "be constructed here. All
that would be required for tbe"c6rnpetion of same
would be cement and ' provisions for tbe labotei s.
which San Francisco won Id supply. - Lastly: per
haps the mail boat might be induced- to lay- up
here to clean and paint; and finally tbe additional
taxation would be borne in part by thos employ
ed on the work. Tbe erection of a Patent Slip
would not accommodate vessels of every class
and would be an outlay without any corresponding
refurn. . . . ,
Tbe stone removed from tbe Dock would pay to
ballast ebips. and grade the streets and filling up
the Esplanade. '"' B.
Communicated.) . .
Air. McCriudeli,. the Manager' of tbe Hawaiian
Investments arid Agency Company received by
last mail a telegram to the effect that thV Company
bad been, registered and that all the shares reserv
ed IprGreat Britain bad been taken np. As mny
of our merchants are aware the company has been
formejd in bundVe, .Scotland-.' for the purpose; of
borrowing nroney on debentures in Great Britain
t- tbe extent ol the uncalled capital, at moderate
rates of interest, and investing it. along with, the
paid' up capital, in fafe securities in the Hawaiian
Island The capital of the company is 100.000
(S5aQ,000) of which. JC20.000 ($100,000) is to be
paidTlp. the remaining 80,009-(400,000) being
borrowed or debentures. . The" Local Advising
Board consists of His "Excellency- W.'L. Green,
His Excellency II. A. P. Carter, Hi. Excellency
J. S. Walker and W. W. Hall, Esq. Three thou
sand shares, on which 1 ($5) per share is to be
paid up. have been received for sale in the Island,
and 2200 of these have already been subscribed for.
Applications for , the remaining 800 may, be made
to Mr. McCrindell. Queen street, and it is desired
that they should, if possible, be lakes up by - resi
dents on the other Islands so that the Local
Board may have interested parties to upply to lor
information in-regard to the value of securities.
Tbe main business of -the company will -be lending
Upon mortgage"' and it ia hoped that t-oon alter the
arrival of next mail they will be in a pot-it ion to
commence opetftling... .. '
Dock ob SlIpT Our correspondent B, whose
letter appears id tbia Issue of the Advektiseb, is ur
gent that tbe proper work to be Unde'rtaken here ia
a Graving book. His special preference for a dock
seems to rest oo tbe fact that tbe greater part of the
cost would be spent on labor within the kingdom,
and that in consequence less money would have to be
sent abroad than in tbe case of a marine railway.
There cannot be the least doubt, that a great deal of
money would be epent in Honolulu during the con
struction of a dock; much more than if we content
ourselves r wiVhe slip at present proposed But
that would be because the one would cost much more
than tbe other. Tbe proportion of tbe money that
.would, in either caee. go out ofjhe country would
probably not differ .-nluch. - Tbe one- item of cement
would in the case of a well constructed dock run to
m very large figure. We'belieVe Tn a good dock for
Honolulu,, but'that it would be in the .ordinary sense
paying . investment, or that, it is an ' investment
within ooripresent means, we are scarcely prepared
to believe. " . . -:
;sm The'y Come J , " '
cnineee muj oe expected very
Claus Spreckels, Esq
, has sent an Agent, Mr.
steamer from San Francisco
to Hongkong to engage
COO coolies for the
The German' bark Lasker is 63 days out with
320 Chinese on board, consigned to Sing Cbong
Tbe German stmr. Cassandra is due, with 500
Chinese to' JJackfeld &, Co
The Ilpohung js reported to .leave Hongkong
about this dale -with 500 Chinese' for this port
537 Epitaph for our cotemporary of "the Aoveb-
TI9KR : Extgig tnouumenlum, aeren .Will he kindly
translate. Gazette, Nov. 3. - -
mtn pleasure. We -remember the words in
Horace, and venture on this rendering :
. 1 erected a tuonoment of brass.
It may be oar brother means a compliment, wish
ing to associate our name, with aq object of our
special endeavor tbe . noble bronze monument of
Kamehameha. " . - .
Or, it may be, he hinta at pur brazen assurance.
in opposing him and his clifllie.
We thank him for his kind thought of our pos
thumous fame and we reciprocate not By any
quotation of Latin, ia -wbiob classic . tongue we ac
knowledge our rustineaa ; butvby.a plain Saxon
epitaph, that' will require neither translation nor
XZifre lies a lawyer who paid' back a' fee ! .'
A 11 ADVERTISEMENTS NOT nrtnPRvn
rm out of the cokunns of.Ufy! PACIFIC. COMMERCIAL
ADV KBTI8ER before"Uie SOth" day of August, 1880, accouoU
of whica have been oatially ren&eted auarterlv - or vpirlv m
payable W PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD.
VETR.TmaR.CO. OXLFt Bill lor tte-amoants due
will shortly be. rendered, and pay menu abauld made to the
r. H. HAYBaLDEN, Agent p. C, A: Co.
1 "; " A CARD. ;.;;',1
I ae-avev. w. j. lak&IN preaenti nia beat regards and
g rateTullhanks to the Captain, Officers and men of the Alanka
tor. .their .nnifconArbanity and klndoesa d arias bis visits: to
their snip; and furthermore, thankfully acknowledges the mu-
nineent contribution of $260 toararda the erection of bis
schools on Be'reUhGa Street, a practical .proof of. their aeal for
the cause of education la these. island. Tb,e Rev". tether
Lark In also desires to state that on a future -public occv-ion.
not far distant, fie v'01 take an opportunity 1Ji rendering hia
heartfelt thanks-ta the inhabitants of Honolulu for their gea-
crou contributions to the funds for the same laudable object.
of H. a M. 8.
UAnriET. ; . Apply en
nS 6t wa
NOTICE. - '
mBE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
M. notice that sbe will not be responsible- for any debts con
tacted in her nanc,. without hey written order.
. riAriaA WALTERS.
Lah'alna. Rent. 25lfi, '1880. . J . tt , lswU3in
l ,.tr-i uoTICE.1' ic
t i i
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBIDDEN
in. to trespass os tbe sand of Waikulu. Island of Maul, and
adjoining lands; and are alao forbidden to shoot, -catch,- or
drive-off any cattle, tame or wild, horses, bogs, turkeys, or
fowls. Any oeraoe or persons so trespassing will bo prosecut
ed according to caw. -. . - : EDWIN JONES.
Laaaina. 8ept. 25th. 1880. ac2& 2m
Notice of .Sale of the KaumakLapili Church ,
U v hum IT Mil CU.tKIL, THE
. building aa above will be offered for aale aahject to the
stipulation and terms set forth In a specification, describing
ui aawjouaniBi ana removal or same. . Bpeeineationa, and ail
other information to be had and given at the office. of the Ar
chitect. CHA8. J: WALL. " .
teW was 27 Merchant 6t.
'IIIIIS IS TO CERTIFV TIlATs.t'.iLLfc'N
I and M. P. Robinson constitute the partnership of the
firm of Allen & Robinson, doing business as Lumber and Coal
Dealers, Queen street, Honolulu, Oahu.
no6 2t ALLEN & ROBINSON.
ranlllS IS TO CERTIFY THAT FRANK
J. Higglns ana William Jessett constitute the partner
ship of tbe firm of Higgins A; Jessett, doing business as
carriage builders and painters in Honolulu.
BIQG1NS & JESSETT.
nono:ulu, Nov. 2d, 1880. D6 St
rwvHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT V. M.
JL Wenner and John Swenery cotutitate the partnership
of the firm of Wenper A Co., doiog business in Honolulu as
manufacturers and dealers in jewelry.
WENNER & CO.,
Honolulu Nov. 2d, 188 P.- ne 3t
ranHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT GEO. M.
Raupp and Geo. T. Schrader constitute the partner
ship ot the firm of Raupp & Pchrader, doing business in
Honotala as butchers. ' RAUPP & 8CHRADKR.
Honolulu, Nov. 2d, 1880. . . De 3t
f - ' NOTICE. A
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT JOHN NOTT,
residing in Honolulu, and Samuel Nott, residing in Ho
nolulu, are co-partners in the firm of J. Nott & Co.. doing
business as Importers and Dealers in Stove, Metals and aa
Practical Mechanics' at Ne. 8 Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
' i. NOTT CO.
Honolulu. Nov. 4th. 1880. n6 2t
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT ROBSON
reaiding in Honolulu, and C. Sorenson, residing in Hono
lulu, are co-partners in the firm of Robson Sorenson, doing
lusiness as Alerchat Tailors on Fort street, Honolulu.
ROBSON a; SORENSON.
Honolulu, Nov. 4th, 1880. nfi 21
nrtHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT C. W. CLARK,
m residing in Honolulu, and U. H. Clark, residing in ilooo-
Julu, are co-partners in the firm of C.
buDiness as Draymen in Honolulu.
W. Clark & Son, doing
W. CLARK at SON.
Honolulu, Nov. gth, 1880.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT JOA41UIN
, Pereiva, residing ia Honolulu, and Henry Yiera, residing
in Honolulu, are co-partners in the firm of Prreiva dc Viera,
doiug business as Retail Dealers In Wines, Ales and Spirits on
Nuuanu street, Honolulu: PEREIVA & VtKRA.
Honolulu. Nov. 4tb, 1880. , ndgt
' v"' NOTICE.
a 1,11 IS IS TO CERTIFY THAT J. F. BO V
. ler, residing in Honolulu, Jaa. Duff", residing in Honolu
lu, and Jaa. R. O'Reilly, residing in Honolulu, are co-partners
in-the firm of John Bowler & Co., doing business as Plaster
ers In Honolulu. - JOHN BOWLER it CO. ,
Honolulu, Nov. 4lh, 1880. n6 3t
; . . - :- oICE
ffHIS IS TO' CERTIFY THAT JOHN
L Tibbtts snd Xbos. Sorrenson of Honolulu, doiog busi
ness a shipbuilders, under the firm name ot Tib beta at Sor
rensou,' constitute the partnership of said firm.
TIBBETS ft SORRENSON.
Honolulu, Nov. 2d, 1880. nfi 2t
rfUIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT C. MOW
aL Kong, residing in Honolulu, and Ah Sing, residing in
San Francisco, constitute tbe partnership of tbe firm of W log
Wo Tai At Co., doing business at No. 94 Nuuana street, Hono
lulu, as dealers in general merchandise.
WING WO TAI A CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 2d, 1880. nO 4t
S IS TO CERTIFY THAT CHONG
AKEONG and Subg Ah Pook are co-partners in the
firm of AkeoDg and Afook, doing business as dealers in gen
eral merchandise on Reretania Street, Honolulu.
AKEONG & AFOOK.
Honolulu, Nov 4th, 1880. d8 4t
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT TUCK
You, Lap You, and Tuck Bin constitute the partnership
of the firm of Hang Chong & Co., doing business at Pais
Hamakuapoko, Island of Maui, as dealers in general mer
chandise. HANG CHONU 4i CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880. n6 4t
fMMIlS IS TO
CERTIFY THAT SUN SET
J. : Mow, reaiding
in Honolulu, Ah Ying, residing in Saa
Francisco, Cal., I.um Tuck Cho, residing in Hongkong, con
stitute the partnership of the firm of Hang Lung Kee At Co.,
doing business in Honolulu as dealers in general merchandise.
HANG LUNQ KKK tt CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880. n6 at
'7 NOTICE. .
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT LAM TOY
and Wong Yung of Honolulu constitute the partnership
of the firm of Ning Yee Kee, doing business as pork butchers,
at No , Hotel street. NING YEK KKK.
. Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880. no 4t
IS IS TO
JL Chow. Low Hun Lin, Low Kai, Yan Sing Come, and
Kong Kee constitute the partnership of the firm of Wo
Chong & Co.. doing business as shoe dealers at No , Nuu
anu street, Honolulu. WO CHONQ & CO.
. Honolulu. Nov. 1st, 1880. - o8 4t
IS TO CERTIFY THAT CUING
Hee, residing in Honolulu, and Ching You Yuen,
esiding in Hongkong, doing bnaiuesa as importers and deal
ers in general merchandise, under the firm name of Yuen Kee
& Co., at No. Hotel street, Honolulu, constitute the said
partnership. YUEN KEE Ac CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880. n6 2t
TO CERTIFY THAT SUI CHO,
JL resding in
Hongkong, Aswan, residing in Honolulu. T.
Aiaee, residing in Honolulu, llosuo, residing in Honolulu, Ah
Hiu, residing in- Waunea, Kauai, and Wong Leong, residing in
Honolulu, are co-partners in the firm of Kwong Yin Sing A Co.,
doing business as Dealers ia General Merchandise at No. 37
Nuuanu street, Honolulu. KNOWS YIN SING CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 4. 1880. no 4t
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT ON CHONG.
residing in Honolulu, V tai, residing in Honolulu, and
Young Ko, residing in Honolulu, are ec-partners in the firm
ol On Chong A Co., doing business as Dealers in General Mer
chandise and Plantets of Rice at Uanalei, Kauai.
ON CYONG At CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 4th, 1880. .. . , nfi Jt .
renins is to certify that man lin,
JL residing in China, Man Chnck, reeiding in China, ffae
Chung Lan, residing in China, and Lu Poy, residing in fioao
lulu, are co-partners in the firm of Man Chuck A Co., doing
business as Dealers in General Merchandise at No. 45 Nuuanu
street, Yonolulu MAN CWUCK CO.
onolula, Nor. 4th. 1880. nd 4t
' " 4 NOTICE.
THIS IS TO ckatify that man
Chuck, residing in China, and Coo John, residing in Hai
ku, Maui, are co-partners in the firm of Man Chuck A Coo
John, doing business as Dealers in General Merchandise at
Vaiku, Maui. MAN CfNCK COO JON.
Yonolulu, Nov. 4th. 1880, nfi it
rplUS ISTO CERTIFY THAT A CONCH EE.
X. Achat and Koong Leen are copartners in the firm of
Cone hee & Achat, doing business as restaurant keepers on
Hotel Street, onolulu. CONCfEE At ACHAT.
Honolulu, November 4th, 1880, nlit
rphia la (0 certify thus Lang Katui Yataai.
I residing at Kilauea. Kauai, Goo Lung Hay. residing at
Kiluuea, Kauai, Lung Wa Gee, residing at Kilausa, Kauai,
and Goo Kam Fook. residing at Waimea, Kauai, are co-partners
in the firm of Kong Lung At Co., doing business as dealers
in General Merchandise at Kilauea, Island of Kauai.
KONG LUNG A CO.
Honolulu, Nov. Sth, 1880. nfi 2t
Jihiaia to Certify that Ysusg Tai. real all a a;
1 in Honolulu, Lau Bon. residing in Honolulu. Tang Mon.
residing ia Honolulu, Tang Hang, residing In Honolulu, and
ho Nim, are copartners in the firm of Kam Wo A- Co., doing
bnsnaeA-as Tailors and Manufacturers of Clotning at No. 87
Nuoanu'Htreet, Honoinlu. KAM WO At CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 6th, 1780. . no it
.., : . y NOTICE, f
rpHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT SUN WO
I Cbong, residing at Honolulu, Koo Tat. residinr at Kwa.
Oahc, Koo Lai, residing at Ewa, Oahu, Koo Yong Yit, resid
ing at cwa, Oahu, Cbong Lan, residing at Ewa, Oahu, and L'n
Wo Wai, residing at Ewa, Oahu, are copartners In the firm
of Lnn Hop At Co., doing business aa Rice Planters, at Hoae-
ae. wi, uaou. l,dji mop av CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 6lh, 1 880. nS 2t
rilsia lata Certify that Casta- Yaaa Tai re
L siding at Hanalei. Kauai. Chonir Sinr Lan. rMidinr at
Hanalei, Kauai, Chong Chock Yung, reacting at Hanalei,
Kauai, Goo Man Pang, residing at HanaleL Kauai. Goo too.
residing at Honolulu, and Goo Lung Hay. residing at Kauai,
a re .copartners in the firm of Hip Sing a Co., doing business as
Kice Planters at Hanalei, Islanjof Kauai.
hip sue co.
Honolulu, Nov. 6th, 1880. Ba 2t
'yhla la la cerlify that Gaa Chsag, resUiag
J. in onolulu, and Kam Koy. residinr ia Hooolnln. ara ro.
partners in tbe firm of Sun Wo Chooa a Co.. doina- hnainaaa
dealers in General Merchandise on Hotel street. Honolulu.
Be Wo Choso if Co.
rronoluln, Nov. 6th, 1880. - efi 2t
, . , , NOTICE. .
rPHlSISTO CERTIFY THAT GOO VOO,
J residiDg in onolulu. and Goo Lansr Ha-r. miilln, :n
Kaiihiwai, Kauai, are copartners in tha firm of Goo Yoo At
G; o Lung, doing business aa Rice Planter! at aTalihlwai
Island ol Kauai.
GOO YOO a GOO LUNQ.
onolulu, Nov. Sth, 1880.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT SUN WO
Chonr. at Zfoooluia. Kim War 7onf. at kwi. Oikn
Mae Yung, at Ewa. Oahu. Chona Kam Sing, at Ewa. Uaho.
an dGuo Chong, at Ewa, Oahu, are copartners in tbe firm of
i n wo Co., doing business as Rice Planters at Waipahu,
Ewa, Oahu- UN WO At CO.
onolulu, Nov. 5th, 1880. 'nfi 2t
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
AV.W PERSONS ARK HEREBY WARNED
from trepaasing upon the groumia belonging to tbe
Keaiia Ki e Plantation, urders bava been given to forcibly eject
any person or persona; found apoa tbe said grounds after i
p. m. of any day; and said orders w(d be enforced. '
Keaiia, Islaod of Kauai, Oct. fttb, W0. - o. . - i '
a ofi 3m watt - . CBDtAN A CO.
11 CPpfiers from
W5I SS ILa ILo 2E S3
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
AJOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
yl partnership lately existing between Ah Lo a Likini, of
the Island of Oahu, under the firm name of Co Bin at Co.,
was dissolved this day by mutual consent. All debts owing to
the said firm are to be received by the said Ah Lo, and all de
mands due the said firm are to be presented lo him for pay
ment. L AHLO,
Houolulu, November 3d, 1880. nfi it
CERTIFY THAT I AIIL.O,
fanillS IS TO
M. residing tn Honolulu, and
Kimo Pake of iiooomakao.
Kobala, Hawaii are copartners in the firm of L. Ahlo A Co,
doing business as dealers in general merchandise at Honoma
kau, Kohala, Hawaii. L. A LO CO.
Honolulu, Nov 4th, 1880. nfi 41
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT CHANG
GEE. residing in onolulu, and Chang &ai, are copart
ners in the firm of Kwong Mun Wo A Co, doing business as
dealers in general merchandise and manufacturers of cigars at
No. 80, N uuaou Street, Honolulu. KWONG MUN CO.
Honolulu, Nov 4th, 1880. no l
TUI1S IS TO CERTIFY THAT AHtXUAY,
. residing in Honolulu, and Ah Lin, are copartners in tbe
firm of Lun Wo 4- Co, doing buslnes as dealers in general mer
chandise and Kice planters in the Hawaiian Kingdom, their
principal place of business being in Nuuauu Street. Houolulu.
LUN VVU A CO.
Honolulu, Nov 4lh, 1880. a it
M. 6iVK, IUCKONQ TUNQCHOW,
constitute the partnership of the Firm of Sing Cbong a Co,
doing business as dealers in General Merchandise on Hotel
Street, Honolulu, 11. I. bINU CHUNG CO.
Honolulu, Nov 1st, 1880. it n3 wAs
M Li A M CHOCK A LEV Y A N, doing business as
dealers in General Merchandise at No. Nuuauu street,
Honolulu, U. 1. under the Firm name of nip Wo Chong Co,
constitute said partnership. HIP WO CHUNG a CO.
Honolulu, Nov 1st, 1880. it n3 was
THIS ISTO CERTIFY THAT LOW VAN,
Ab Tim, Wing Sang Chang Kee, Chang Chin, Koo I'au,
Koo Sat, Choy Hin, Quin i-ing and Chung Hin, constitu.e the
partnership of the Firm of Wo Chong a Co, doing business as
Shoe dealers at No, Nuuauu Street, Honolulu, U. I.
WO CHONG A CO.
Honolulu. Nov 1st, lao. -' ' it o3 As
''HI IS TO CERTIFY THAT UK Si NO
JL IflM UON, of Koolaupoko. Oahu, doing business as
planters under tne firm name of Luk Bam ft Yim Quon, con
stitute said partnership. LUK BANG,
Honolulu, November 1st, 1880. a3 4t
TMIIS IS TO CERTI F Y THAT GOO KIM OF
. Honolulu, Wong Ning Chin, and G. Achin, doiog business
in Honolulu, st dealers In Ganeral Merchandise, uuder the
firm name of Goukim Co., coustituie said partnership.
GUOK1M tt CO.
Honolulu, November 1st, 1880. n3 it wAs
VllIUS IS TO CERTIFY" THAT IIEfc FAN
M AHKI AHsEU and L. Acbong, all of Honolulu, doing
business as dealers in General Merchandise under the Firm
name of Kwong Hing Lung ft Co, constitute said partnership.
KWONG HINQ LUNG a CO.
Honoinlu. Nov 1st, 1880. it n3 wfts
flltUS IS TO CERTIFY THAT CUCNO
M. HoON, of Honolulu, and Ynng Foo, of Honolulu, consti
tute th partnership of the firm of Uoon Xsl It Co., doing
business as dealers iu general merchandise at Lahaina, Island
of Maui. (no it) HOON TAI A CO.
JL Uoon, of Honolulu, and Yung Foo, of Honolulu, constl-
tute tbe partnership
3e partnership ol warn cnong a- w, uomg "
dealers in general merchandise,
Kins- streets. Honolulu, Oahu.
at corner of Msnnatea ana
NAM CHUNU CO,
Honolulu, Nov. 2d, 1880.
FIRM OF WINO WO
Ai CO. CON.
Jl sists ot the following members t Hon Tan, residing in
Honolulu, and Ab Chan, residing in Honolulu, doing business as
restaurant keepers sad retail dealers in tobacco and cigars;
placs of business, Nuuana Street, Honolulu.
Honolulu, Nov 3d. 1880. 3t
iiiu is TO CKKTIFY THAT COOK1M.
1 of Honolulu, Ab Cbong, of Honolulu, Wong Ning Chin,
of Honolulu, and ah Gin, of Honolulu, doing business in Hono
lulu as dealers in general merchandise, under the firm name
of Pening Tong ft Co., constitute said partnership,
oi renin toug , pENING TONG ft CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880- l
rsmilS IS TO CERTIFY THAT RUN MAI
A and Amlng, both of Honolulu, constitute the partnership
oi the firm of Kun 0ai and Amiog, doing business at 0 and 7
Nuuana street, Honolulu, as dealers In "IMiaS!'
Honolulu, Nov. 2d, 1880. 00 41
renins 19 TO CERTIFY THAT KAMA V
1 refidrng to CWna, Ka Wai, residing in Hongkong and
KaCbong rrsKling In Honolulu, constitute the partnership of
the firm of Mow On Choag ft Co., doiog business at 29 Mau-
nakea atreet. Honolulu, as ueaiers id "-,'-":
MOW ON tBVflU
Honolula, Nov. 2d, 1880.
I w" r-Ki .nin in Hooololu. Wo Kee residlog in Saa
FrancUoo, snd Wo Kee Chan residing in
tuUtbe partnership ol the firm of Hop Hlng ft Co, oolnf
buVLeS. at No. 21 tlSretania sweet a. "o0""
"HonoTohi, Nov. 2d, 1890. 41
riUIIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT LOO II EE
I Bam and Tang Kai, residing ia Honolulu, consulate the
psrtnership of tho firm ol Bhee nhoog ft Co., doing business
at 79 Nuu-iu street, Honolulu,.. gJioNa ca
Honolalu, Nov. id. IMP. "8 4t
rilll IS IS TO CERTIFY THAT WONG
I Cba Sing of Honolula, Woog Wa of Honolulu, Cbong
Kee of Honolulu, and P. Akaa of fleaolala. constitute the
partnership of the firm of Yorkee It Co., doing business to
Nuuanu street, Heaolam, as dealers In general merchandise.
Honolula, Nov. 2d, 1880.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT L. All UNA.
residing at Waialua, Oahu, and O. Apo. residing at Hon
olulu, constitute tha partnership of the firm of LJ Abnog ft
Co., doing business in Nau.no street aa dealer. I in general
n.h.ntiu. AHUWOIft CO.
Monoluln. Nov. 2d. 1880. aG it
HIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT TU-UNC
Yonr. reaiding in Honolulu, vneong swa. mauug in
irnla, s ong Ling, tesMiog in "1
l-kina mrm nvnirtnM la the flrSB Of BOB Kam k
Co.. doing business aa Dealers ia weoerst ssercnanaae on
Hotel street. Honolula. BC ACM LCNU ;o.
-Honoinlu. Nor. Alb. 18S0. i 3it
NOTICE. . - j
rumt IS TO CERTIFY THAT G.C.AI'
l residing in Koboia, Hawaii, G. Ako, residing in K
Hawaii, Wang Ben, residing ia Honolulu, and Wo Las
aidins- in China, constitute the partnership of Ibe
tfoo Yoo Co., doing besineas ia Honolula, Oab
Keitala. Hawaii, aa dealers ia general merchandise. J
GOO YOO ft
Honolula, Nov, 2d, 180. I
f Bill IS IN To CERTIFY THAT C. MONTINU
JL anJ Chlng Man, of Honolulu, constitute tbe partner
ship of tbe firm of Yee On A Co., doing business as dealers ia
general mrrrhaiulise, and as rice planters.
YEK ON ft CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 1st, 1880. nfi it
ANCIENT ORDER OF rESTHRsT
THE REGULAR MEETING OF l OTHT
LUN A LI LO, No 6000. will be beld ON TUK8UAY
EVKNINO, November 9th, at 1l30 p. m , In the Knights or
Pythias Hall, Hotel Hirer I.
K. . gCRlMOEUUR, Sec'y.
7T B. THE ANNUAL DINNER WILL
Aw take piuce at tbe Armory. Queen Street.
This Saturday Evening, November Gth, at
8 o'clock, p. m.
It "' PER ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
IN All OF THE
BERET ANIA STREET SCHOOLS
will be given in tbe largt N EW HALL of
ON SATURDAY, EVENING,
November 13th, by aumber of
Ladies and Gentlemen Amateurs,
uuder Ibe Leadersh.p of PROF. H. BERGER.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will Play
Promenade Music before and after
Ur Tickets lo be bad from , Mr. A. McWs)u, Mrtsr.
Wbituey A ftobei ison, Mr. I. Q Tbram, Mr U. Mrluriby,
and from members n the Committee.
ICT The HRIIMENAIIK MCNIC will coiiimnw
at 7 p. m and the CO CEIIT al 8 o'clock sharp. - (n)
IIoiioliiUi, Onliu, 1880.
iAX PA V KHS IN THIS DINI UIOT ARE
hcrel.y notiiied Ilia' the undersigned will commence tbe
collrctiou of taxes for the current year, a I bis of lice, in tbe
Government House, ON MONDAY, Nov. 8th, instant. And
In conformity with ejection 60S of the Civil Code, all persons
liable to isxation re rvquir. a to nike payment of the same
ON OR BEFORE THE SOth HAY or NoVKUBEIt lbsO
O'-O-" tUGE. Tax Collector. Honolulu.
tax Office, Honolulu, Nov. 2il, 1880 nO lui
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOflCE,
Koolau p o lz o, O n U u.
'rilB V N I Eli SIUNKI) WILL UK A T TIlE
lAv ?'iri,0.wf.InJU"eo,"! ON HtDNASDAV, TtIR.
1AY AND FRIDAY of each week In Wie mouth ol Noveuilter.
for the collection of Taxes '
OZT All persons in said District, liable lo Taxaijou. are re
quested to make immediate payment.
JA8. W. KOBERTMJN, m
o8J Tax Collector.
Orders Taken for Imported Horses
( AND -
Buggies of Every Description.
' Pony Stables
Nob. 70 and 71 Hotel Plreers.
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks. -
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT ALL HOL'Rfc.
HENRY J. HART,
EL LIB A. HART:
L. P. FISHER,
Advrrt:sing agent, si merchants' '
EXCHANGE, fcan Eranciaeo, OaUfornla, la aatboriawt
lo receive advertisements for tbe columns of this paper,
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Rooms 20 and 1 , Merchants' Exckange,
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