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I The Stillmaa B. Alien ha alrdv Urun di-
i F I C COMMERCIAL ADVERTIS E R, DECEMBER 23, 1882.
i Mr ' Muraa, MfHCMiti, VrOnmBrvt, Vr- '
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PUBLIC NOTICE !
riMIK UM)ERSIti CD HAVING PIKl
chased from II. R. U. Koih Keelikolani the lands of
K1BILIP1LI . H1LE1, H Kii.Uiw.il;
Kinri, Dinir IB KltlPlLlol, la Kthata,
trilkll.Hl, WAI1LK1LE, KULF.i. PilLlK.!. fe. 4-
L1&1L11LA, REMU, ItiUtkMilkl t.ri
K11P111L1, slti.tts! Ib UaunLev, lIaU;
H1IAK100 aid UONOKlUir, slWalfd ea
Ala, taa lota at land situated ia Honolulu, to. known a- tb
WILDER Jr. CHTL1X BLOCK.
Notic ia hereby given that all atonies falling do J-r m.i
f said lands, are payable to mr Agents. vm. u. ikwi.i
aepSOtf SAMUEL HiRKEK.
OOO KIM Ac CO.,
Best White and Colored
CHINA MATTING !
America & Europe !
Xtinen and other Lawns,
Prints, Fine Cloths, etc .
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
PLANING r.lILL ! !
11 FORT ST.. IHXOI.l'Ll:.
PUali;, Shaalaz, Tarala;,
'Ciad aid Scrall Saul ar,
Daars Sa'a, Ctlnds
Dr aad Window Fr,
SrarLrU, Ba!lustr. Stair, He,
Hade f Order
MOULDINGS So FINISIT
ALW ATA ON HAND.
XT All orJrra flll-J oo auort notice aoJ Julbinc promptly
Maaldiaft mS to any pit Urn without eura charge -for
PRICE OF-MACHINR WORK, $1.00 TO
S1.50 PER HOUR.
tZT Order fram lh other laltnJ, promptly C1K-.1. PUn
aad pecidealiona farniabed to nl-r.
C. J. 11 4 IIDKK.
aaiair II. K. BKKTKMIA.
IX ALL KIKDSr
CARRIAGE MATERIALS !
Bar Iron, of all sizes,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE
Cortland Wagon Go,
OF NEW YORK.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
NOW OP EN
ON THC MAKAI
Cor. King and Nuuanu Streets,
OPPOSITE MOasIAN'S. AH It
TVicely Iittocl Up !
Firsl-CIass Billard Tables
B. aeea put IdIoIdo l..RODa AIHT KtiOU.
A. Choice Assortment
Tobaccos and Cigars,
Pipes and Cigar Holders, etc.
CVUIOSITIES FROM AIM PARTS OF THF. WORLB
OJf HJtlU AXD FOR SALE.
Xood 33rlrxlx.a ofnll IlIucIm
.Pa tf HAST BROS.
first mu mm
HOLLISTER & CO.,
uiCO dm 1U
WISOE TO ISfRM TlllC
PUBLIC OF HONOLULU
Imports Furniture !
SELLS FURNITURE I
Less Uian any Other Dealer
IN THE HAWAIIAN tLl"
HI. Stea- P-wer r.eiliiiM C.pUd Hfc
W.rk-r Briirr W.rk. iU .11
CO & PRtCflJIIS GOODS
GENUINE KQA COFFINS. $25.00 EACH
V W J. II. BBtMOr
ExSS Ilsaaa atari lale A rrlrala.
From the Coast,
CASES OK THE CELIJIi RATED
Blue Grass Kentucky Whisky,
In glass and demijohns, xuperior io any
brand in thl market.
Caeea Hermitage Bourbon Whiakj,
O. F. C. Sour Maah WLiakj,
" Kentuckj Farorite WLisky,
" Care Cutter No. 1 Whiekj,
Cases llenneaeej 1,2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Richot Star Pale Braody,
" Burke'a Three Star Irish Whisky,
Burke'a Pure Malt Scotch Whisky,
" Locbiel Stch Whisky,
Extra Saperior Port WiDe,
Extra Superior Sberrj Wine,
No. 1 California Port,
" Best Brands or Claret,
" Best Brands of Madeira Wines,
"Key" Brand Jamaica Bum,
"Golden Fleece" Jamaica Rum,
Baskets Best Stone Jug Gin,
Cases Green and Red Case Gin "Key" Brand
" P. Raidmakers Sc. Co's Prize Medal Gen
uine Holland Gin,
Foster's Pale Ale, pts. and qts.
Guinnesa XXX Porter, pttt and qts,
St. Lrtuia Lager Beer,
" Pilsener Lager Beer, qts and pta.
Tennant'a and Jeffrey's Pale Ale,
Budweiser'a Celebrated Lager Beer qts.
" C. Farre's Champagne, qts. and pta.
" Eclipse" Champagne, qts and pta.
" Rhine Wine,
A small Invoice of the
Celebrated. Mineral Water
Manufactured expressly for trojucal
All the above goods warranted.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
oct 14 If
To Fruit, Flower and Vege
table Growers I
VAVIVO MADE ARRAXGKMEVTS TO
II recive,diulo(tbe Doothtof FKBRUARY NKXT.
10, OOO ORANGE ic LEMON TREES,
Ko-.tr.) Urapa Seedliofa aod Cotllnn.
AUbodJ, Waloot. Peach, Apricot.
flam aDU Pmoa Trees,
ALL Or TUB
Choicest Varieties Grown in California !
I hll b bappy to receif and Oil crlr lor any oarol rr
In if fur i r. iai wrm jr.i . ,
lnoj Iroit in HITTItltJ MONTHS Irum tba time of aelliog
uui lUe cuinnfa. I will al bavc
Small Fruits of all Kinds !
u. b a Blackberriea. Raapberriea, Cnrraola an4 Ftraber
ln Ku f wbich do id proper lcalitiea ia tbeaa Ialaodi.
l 'abaiib bappy to furo t parllea wilb auch plaaia aod
ratlin aa they may aelect; and. if correapoodaot will for
wr.l ilh partlculara ia regard lo Ibair loration, elaTatioo,
knd of aoil aod enodltiooa of moiaiarc, 1 can make aucb selec
tion for tbent as will be beat adapteJ to their requirements.
A largo variety of HOSES, OERANICM3 aod FLOWICK
U b L" LBS furnished to order. SEEDS for the flower and
Vecetabte iardeo, IRISH from the Urowers. aod troe to
OrJrrs left at Ibis Office will receive attenUoo.
hcUrapraaad many o4 lha Fruil Tree ara Dw frowlDf
. placa to Kalibl Talley. wbere l nae otea cxprrmeci
. . . 1 1. .Mfir.iti. ..Mull. in w ifu1.
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DL ItlVt; Til E TEM I'ORA K V Ast5CJf
of Mr. W.O. Irwin from this Kinilotn. Mr. - -GIFFORD
will attend to the boines of ou'f" .
or 2 1 Urn d w WM. Q- S CC
Notice Is Hereby Given
THAT ALL MONIES DUE
Rents on Lands Under Lease
lhiipuaa of yj--i"
Maui, are payable to my Aits, WM. G. IRWIN Co.,
By his Attorney in Fart.
WM. O. IRWIN.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BVTHE
Board of Health. Physician for the District or
Makawao. has taken hia residence at the house in the
rear of Norton : Co. 'a t?tore; and having established
Telephonic Communication with the various points of
buniness in the vicinity .will attend promptly toall calla.
either by telephone or by messages. He will also
visit regularly, unless prevented by professional
engagements, Paia. Sprecklsvile and Kahului an Tues
day ami Thursday of each week, arriving at SpreckeU
ville by 12 o'clock, and remaining over each night in his
office at Kahului. . ,r
octMamow F. E. BAILEY. M. D.
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OFFER FOR SALE
The following Merchandise just
ANL TO ABU1VE FEB BTEAMEK
HAN S A.
NOW FL'LIV DCGl
CaweK, C, 7," 8 and 'J feet, beet English Corru
gated Roofing. Galvanized Ridging for
Bbls. Best English Portland Cement.
Bdlu. best Annealed Fencing- Wire, Nos. 4, 5
Bdlu. et English Galvanized Fencing Wire,
Ns. 5 and C.
Coils Galvanized Wire Rope, all sizes.
Bale- Genuine Twilled, Blue-striped
Sugar Sags !
(OT which there ia a number of worthless
imitations in the market). We are the Original
Importers and SOLE AGENTS ol these Cele
brated Bags, and the great demand for them
from the Planters has induced some manufac
turers and their agents to get up a cheap imita
tion of them.
A Pine Assortment of Crockery
A Splendid lot of English and French Groceries,
(particulars will be given on arrival of the
Steamship llansa." Also,
A Small Invoice of beautilul Irish Linen Damask,
Sheetings, and Cambric Handkerchiefs,
direct from Bclfaet, Ireland.
A small Invoice of Choice WATER COLORS,
by Celebrated ArtietH.
Also, to arrive by Vcrstl n-w Loading at
A Cast-iron Vactmm Pan,
0 feet in diam. by 7 feet deep.
1 Vacuum Pumping Engine, 14-inch Cylinder
and 12-inch stroke.
3 Wrought-Iron Tanks, each 1,000 gallons
I VTrought-Iron Chimney, 05 feet high, 37
. inch, diam., J-ineb thick.
1 Multitubular Boiler, 10 feet long, 6 feet in
diameter, with furnace, front doors, etc
4 30-inch Weston's Patent Self-balancing Sus
pended Sugar-Curing Centrifugal Machines,
with the requisite Independent Iron
Framing, Wrought-Iron Suar 'Mixer of
2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer,
Driving Gear, etc.
A Hieli-Pressnre Diasoual Steam Engine,
9-inch Cylinder, 18-inch otroke, with Gov
ernor. Fly-wheel and Belting for driving
2 Wrought-Iron EVAPORATORS.
4 500-Gallon STEAM CLARl ITERS.
TO MMm, PINTERS, ETC.
JAMES IIUN.V. MERCHANT, GLASGOW,
Undertakes the purchase anJ ahipment of all kindi of Brit
ish and Continental Good, and will be glad to reccivo Orders,
at rates either free on board at shipping port in Europe, or
delivered ex ship (but with duty for buyer's account) at
Honolulu. ucb Order may be accompanied by remittances.
payable in London or Ban Kranclsco or be will draw at 60
days sight against confirmed credits from Honolulu Hankers,
or otherwise, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MESSRS. WM. G. IRWIN St CO., Honolulu.
HON. J. S. WALKKR. Honolulu.
THE AURA BANK, (Limited). London.
eT. HOPP & CO.,
7-1 ICInR .Street.
Having secured the Services of an
From Paris and London, and recently froffi San Fran
Pisco, we are r "pared to torniah Ieaigns and Es
timates for New and Original Sly lea of
HIGH mil OPILoTEB
More suited to the Climate. Klegant and Cheaper than
Inferior Importations !
BOUDIOR SETS 1
In Stork and lo Order.
SOFAS, MU"XCES, CIIUUS, fHIFFOMKBS,
WARDUOUKS, DESKS, (RIBS, if., 4.f.,
At the I.OWKl-T pilla Cah Trice'.
lo every material. Hair, Moss, Eureka and Straw.
Celebrated NE PLUS ULTRA
Aod a variety of other Styles, at the LOWEST possi
T r Window Cor oices and Lambrequins, in New and Ele
faataale (au5 if) J. HOPP A Oo , No. 74 Kiog.'reei.
A telegram received at tho Merchants Ex
change December 7th, reports the loss of the
British ship Fiona, which sailed from San Fran
cisco on July 15th bound for Cork. She was
wrecked on the 6th instant, on the Lincolnshire
coast, and all hands were lost.
Anthony Trollope is dead. He suffered from
congestion of the lungs and failure of the action
of the heart.
Two letter hags, containing; official correspond
ence from ISismarck, hare been stolen while on
the way to Bc-rliu. Tut y were ultimately found.
The Tribunt" Washington speci.-tl says : The
reconiinndatio&3 of the Tariff Commission on
the sugar question will meet with bitter ojpo-ii-tiuii
Iroin the sugar importers and refiners, who
re atberins; their strength for the fray. Thev
declare that while a nominal reduction of 10 to
1;! per cent is recommended, there is actnuliv no
reduction whatever, and that the embodiment in
the law of the recommendations of the Commis
sion in regard to the sugar tariff will make that
law more complicated and offensive than it now
Relative to the report that the United States
Government contemplate making claims against
France in regard to the murder of two American
citizens at Madagascar, the Moniteur Univtrtal
publishes insulting articles declaring the Ameri
can navy is so reduced ny peculation tnat tne
United States was recently obliged to back down
to Chile. France, it says, could ruin every
London, Dec. 7. The Royal Alhambra Thea
ter was burned last night. The audience had
just retired. Within half an hour from the com
mencement of the fire the dome fell. The
neighboring houses were gutted and the whole
equipment of the theater was destroyed. Noth
ing was saved. It was not insured. The total
loss by the fire is 150.000.
London, Dec. 2. Parliament was prorogued
to-day. The closing speech of the Queen says
that England's relations with foreign powers are
still amicable, despite the failure of the French
commercial treaty. The English and Indian
troops in Egypt are thanked. IL r obligations
in Egj pt are increased by recent events, and she
will endeavor to maintain her international en
gagements, uphold her prestige and promote the
happiness of her people. She will avoid meas
ures tending to disturb the quiet of the East, and
believed her aims will be approved ly the Pow
ers. She anticipated distress in parts of Ire
land, and is pained at the assassination in Dub
lin. The authorities are especially enjoined to
be firm in exercising their powers. The social
condition in Ireland is generally improved.
The JYeuu announces that the 1 British Embas
sador at Paris has informed France that England
will not consent to her forcing a protecorate over
James Lily White Sr., the well-known English
cricketer is dead.
Philadelphia, December 5th. The sugar re
finery of Charles Helgert, who absconded after
forging commercial papers to the amount of
S700.000, was sold to-day by the Sheriff for
$5,000. The mortgages and other claims upou
the property aggregate $100,000.
A Berlin dispatch says : In recognition of his
meritorious services in Egypt, the Emperor of
Germany has presented the Duke of Connaught
with the Order of Frederick the Great. This act
has political significance, for it indicates a closer
union between England and Germany.
The Dublin police maintain that they are on
the track of the murderers of Lord Cavendish
and Under Secretary Barke, and appear san
guine of effecting their arrest.
The Republique Francaise, Gambetta's organ,
says that the Government of Great Britain con
tinues to pursue its egotistical course in Egypt
to the detriment of E ranee. France will protect
those interests in a way she may think best.
1 1 is rumored that Mrs. Labouchere quarreled
with Mrs. Langtry because the "Jersey Lily"
flirted on the stage with the occupants of the
boxes at AVallack's theatre and visited the boxes
between the acts. Mrs. Labouchere denies that
she has had any trouble with Mrs. Langtry, but,
according to the original programme, she is go
ing to visit the Southern cities, while Mrs.
Langtry goes to Boston.
AraM Bey. lie rinds Gallty or Rebellion, and
Receives Ills Sentence.
Cairo, December 3. Arabi Pasha this morn
ing pleaded guilty to a charge of rebellion. In
the afternoon the court-martial reassembled and
pronounced sentence of death. The Khedive
then commuted the sentence to exile for life.
It Is believed that Arabi will retire to some part
of the British dominions. His demeanor be
fore the Court was very dignified.
The other chiefs of the rebellion will be
similarly disposed of. It is reported that Arabi
will be sent to the Cape of Good Hope,.
The Sngar Report to be Suppressed
Ex-Representative J. Hale Sypher, who repre
sents the interest of the sugar planters and
manufacturers of Louisana, said to the Chroniclt
correspondent to-day (Dec, G) that he thought
the House Committee on Foreign Affairs in
tended to smother the investigation made in
regard to Sandwich Islands sugar last session.
He said he doubted if anything further would
be heard in regard to that subject this session.
Boston, December 3. H. A. P. Carter, Re
presentative of the Hawaiian Government, on
his way home from Portugal and France,
whither he had been sent on diplomatic busi
ness, states that the United States and the Sand
wich Islands are on the most agreeable terms,
the result of the treaty made by Mr. Allen and
himself. The outcome is that the annual inter
change of products between the countries
amounts to about $75,000,000 each way, while
the capital invested in the Islands has increased
from $8,000,000 before the treaty to $30,000,000
at present, although $2,000,000 is American
capital. Carter, in referring to the newspaper
talk of favor shown by the United States to the
Pacific refiners in that matter, and the argu
ment made from this that tho treaty should be
abrogated, said he had no doubt that the at
tempt would be made, but he did not fear that it
would succeed. The provisions of the treaty,
favorable as they are to the United States, na
turally are more or less distasteful to o'.her
Powers, Great Britain regards it has giving the
United States political preference, while France
insisted that certain clauses in our treaty should
be stricken out, and the part of Carter's mission
has been to patch that matter up. The French
Government has cast longing eyes on the most
important country in the Kothern Pacific, and
anticipated much advantage to itself from the
completion of the Panama Caual, but he
thought the United States was able to take care
of its own Interests in that direction. Carter
6poke of the alarming decrease in population of
the Islands, and of the coming for a few years
of Chinese and their negative effect in substan
tially increasing the population. Now they are
having a large measure of success with Portu
guese immigrants, who bring their families with
them. Three thousand more families have just
been ordered. At first there was a slight oppo
sition, arising from a misunderstanding by the
Portuguese Government, but the opposition was
easily overcome, so that the Government no
longer interposes obstacles.
London, December 4. The Daily Telegraph
says President Arthur's message to Congress
will not rank with the great efforts made on
similar occasions by many of his predecessors.
If ever a State paper presaged the waning in
fluence and coming downfall of a political party,
it is delivered yesterday by a man so blind to
the true interests lying ahead of him and so in
firm of purpose as President Arthur,
The Daily Seict says : It seems that President
Arthur has taken to heart the lesson of the late
election. A passage in his message pronouncing
in favor Civil Service reform must be intended
as an offer of reconciliation to disaffected Re
publicans. Referring to the financial part of the
message, the Vir says : If the reduction of the
national debt proceeds at last j'ear's rate the
protective tariff must fall to the ground, because
there will be no means of expending the enor
mous surplus when the debt is effaced.
The Timet says : There is now no doubt that
President Arthur, after a series of cautious tac- 1
tical movements, has placed himself at the head
of the stalwart party and succeeded in detaching
from their Republican connection the reformers
and independents, who, if few in number, are
among the most eminent tor capacity anu
The Hawaiian Treaty.
The Reciprocity Treaty with Hawaii will be
come terminable after Sepiember 0, 1883, or on
tw notice bv either party. While cer
tain provisions of that compact may have proveu
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onerou, its existence nas iosiereu couiuieruiai
relations which it is important to preserve. I
(the President) suggest, therefore, that early
consideration be given to such modifications of
the treaty as seam to be demanded by the in
terests of our increasing trade.
A train on tho North Scotland Railway fell
through a bridge in Aberdeeahire. Fourteen
Dervish Pasha is to bo executed.
The Archbishop of Canterbury died on 3rd
A railway accident at Hobson's Bay occurred
on 4th December. One person killed.
Distress anticipated iu Ireland during the
A detective shot in Dubliu by a Fenian.
Gre.it fire in London, 7th December. Total
loss estimated .it 3,0W.Ak. Oue fireman
The new mnp of the United States, prepared
under the direction of the General Laud Office,
is now in the hands of the printer in New York
and will soon be rsady for distribution. It is
said to be the iu.-,t complete and accurate one
yet compiled by the Government. It contains
ever 4,000 places not on all maps. These addi
tions are mostly in the West. The rapid strides
of that section render the maps now iu use al
The Democrats, it is understood, will make a
bitter fight in the Senate against the confirma
tion of General Pope to be Major-GeneraL
Friends of Fitz-John Porter accuse Pope of in
stigating the overthrow of Porter, and this, to
gether with Pope's well-known anti-Democratic
principles, will, it is thought, combine all tho
Democrats against him. He has, too, a few ene
mies in the Republican party, and, it is said,
three Republican Senators will vote against him.
Ames. Boston Director of tho Union Pacific,
says the earnings of the company for the cur
rent year, partly estimated, shows a surplus of
$4,500,000; floating debt, $2,700,000, which
latter will be entirely extinguished by the imme
diate placing of S2,000,0li0 colluterial trust
bonds, already negotiated. Ames says the com
pany will next year pay 8 per cent, dividend.
That portion of the President's Message
referring to a revision of the tariff says:
While recommending this reduction 1 am
far from advising the abandonment of the
policy of so discriminating in the adjustment
of details as to afford aid and predion to
domestic labor. But the present system
should be so rev;sed as to equalize the public
burdens among all classes and occupations,
and bring it into closer harmony with the
present needs of industry. Without enter
ing into minute details, which under the
present circumstances is quite unnecessary,
I would recommend an enlargement ot the
free list so as to include within it the nu
merous articles which yield inconsiderable
a simplification of the complex and incon
sistent schedule of duties upon certain man
ufactories, particularly those of cotton, iron
and steel, and a substantial reduction of
duties upon those articles and upon sugar,
molasses, silk and woolen goods. If a gen
eral revision of the tariff shall be found to
be impracticable at this session, 1 express
the hope that at least some of the more con
spicuous inequalities of the present law may
be corrected before your final adjournment.
Crews arriving Dec. 7th, in the break
water were badly frost-bitten. Two vessels
came into the harbor completely covered
with ice. The crews nearly perished. Ears,
hands and feet were frozen. Most of the
train3 due here (Chicago,) yesterday, were
from half an hour to twelve hours behind
time, and many freights were abandoned on
account of the snow. There were no impedi
ment, but the roads had difficulty in making
steam enough, while having water freezing
in me iuiiks. lo acciueni is yei reported,
English papers say that a Dnmfrieshire
farmer has come into the residue of the fortune
of the late A. T. Stewart," and that the windfall
is estimated at 17,000,000.
IiOiido?i, December 4. A correspondent at
Constantinople says : The Sultan did not attend
the mosque on Friday, and it has seen transpired
that an attempt to assassinate him was contem
plated. The Sultan is completely terror-stricken,
and hardly dares to show himself outside of the
Typhoid fever in Paris seems to bear a pretty
constant relation to the sanitary conditions of
the dwelling occupied by the afflicted.
The Timet, in a leading article, commenting
on the speech of Davitt of Navan, says it is in
consistent with a sane Government to allow
fanatics, however sincere, to braiish torches iu
a powder magazine.
Arabi Pasha writes that ho would prefer to
live in Damascus, or, if that is impossible, in
London. He expresses contentment with his
lot because he knows his misfortune has been
the means for securing for the country he loves
the liberty and prosperity it deserves. He feels
confident that when England carries out her
good works she will permit him to return. She
will soon learn that he was no rebel when he set
himself at the head of a people who wanted
nothing but justice. He thanks England for
interposing in his behalf.
Washington, December 8. Bingham, in the
report to the House urging the reduction of letter
postage to two cents, give statistics as far back as
1792, when the rate for carrying letters were six
cents for a distance of thirty miles, and twenty
five cents for 456 miles. Also a careful estimate
based on the history of the reduction in the past,
which sustains the theory of the report that the
stimulus to letter writing which would naturally
be caused by the reduction would greatly lessen
the estimated loss the first year, and the report
assumes it could be offset by a fair allowance for
carrying the mail matter of the Government. It
is also estimated that should the reduction not
take effect until January 1, 1S84, as provided in
the amended Anderson bill, the surplus of the
first half of that year would balance the loss of
the last half, and there would be ample time to
exhaust or call in the printed supply of Govern
ment stamped three-cent envelopes. The surplus
of the Post Office Department in 1882 will be
fully doubled, it is believed, in 1883. It is sug
gested, when the loss experienced by this reduc
tion shall be fully made up, and where there shall
again be a surplus, a reduction of postage on
drop letters should be made.
It is understood that Secretary Lincoln will
recommend a slight increase in the army, but
Congress is not likely to appreciate his argu
ments. No more Indian wars are anticipated.
The settlement of most of the western country
by whites has progressed far enough to render
an eniuete on the part of the Indians powerless
for harm 'without the resistance of a strong
military force. The strength of the savages ap
pear to be thoroughly over-sloughed, and with
the exception of a litte marauding along the
Mexican border, no further trouble is expected.
The reasons for an increase in the army are
disciplinary entirely. The army is not large
enough to give the officers the requisite practice
in handling troops. The Secretary, also, is
likely to recommend that the pay of the soldiers
be raised from $13 to $16 per month, the old
figure. The policy of the Secretary will be to
consolidate the different commands as near as
possible, and abandon all the little post3 , in
order to get soldiers enough together to make a
respectable showing. It is said tho Secretary
will dwell at some length upon the subject of de
sertion. Last year 16 per cent, of the enlisted
men deserted, and to fill their places it cost the
department $370,000. A large number of men
are constantly enlisting from the East, who
simply desire transportation to some far western
territory, with the intention of deserting as soon
as they get there, which they proceed to do upon
arrival at their destination. Comparatively few
of them can ever be arrested and brought back.
This is one of the most troublesome questions to
be met by the War Department, and tht-vcre-tary
will, it is believed as a remedial measure,
ak Congress for a slight of increase pay.
The Khedive has been informed that the
English Government recommended General Sir.
Evelyn Wood for the command of the new
Cabbage Socp. Cut a cabbage into fine shreds
also an onion. If the cabbage is wet, swing it
in a cloth till dry ; then throw into boiling drip
ping. The fat skimmed from the water that
Eytk or bacon has been boiled in is very good,
et the cabbage cook io the grease until it be
comes quite soft and rather dry ,but not browned ;
then pour on it a quart of hailing water, or the
liquor in which bacon or pork has been boiled ia
an improvement ; add pepper and salt to taste
and let it boil gently for two hours.
At the Old Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu Street,
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLUMBING, in all its bianchos;
ARTESIAN WELL PIPE, all sizes;
VES arid RANGES !
Uncle Sam. Medallion. Richmond, Tip Top, Talacc, Flora, May, Contest, Grand Trice. New Rival,
Oper. Derby, Wren. Dolly, Oyp-y, Qu.en, Pansy A Army Kanpcs, Mana Charta, lluck, Huperior,
Magnet, Osceola. Almeda. Eclipse. Charter Oak, Nimble, In wood .V Laundry Ntovea,
Oalvauized Iron A Copper Uoilers for Ranges, Oranite Iron Ware, Nickel Plated A Plain,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid
on at Lowest Hates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe.
ouse Furnishing G-oods !
RUBBER HOSE ALL SIZES .and GRADES
lift and Force Pmnjs. Cintern Pumps, TJalvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, Sheet Ial,
Lead Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets, Marble Slabs and Bowla, lSnameled Wattli Stand'.
Chandeliers. Lamps, .Lanterns
sen 16 If A 7
UT Show-rooms, Upstairs,
J. T. WATERHQUSE.
No. 82 No. 82
King st. "'r11. King st.
District of Honolulu, Oahu, 1882.
TAX PAYERS IN THIS DISTRICT ARE
hereby notified that the undersigned will
Commence the Collection of Taxes
far the Current Tear at his office, makal of the Government
ON MONDAY, NOV. 6th, 1882,
at which date the Tax Books will be open for insptctlon.
And in conlormltr with Section 503 or the Civil Vole, all x r
sons liable to Taxation are required to make payment of the
tame to him on or before the 30th day of November, ISSj.
UKO. II. LUCE,
Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Office, Honolulu, Nov. 2nd, J 892. no4 lm
THE UNDKRSIGNKD HAVE ENTERED
mta co-partnership fur the transaction of a General lie
ail Business st ilonuapu, Ku, Island of Ilawaii, under the
tnameaud style of McKenzie Ac Hood.
J. F. McKF.NZIK,
A. S. HOOD.
Ilonuapo, September 1, 1832. net lm
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
As I am about to move into a
New and Larger Store,
I will offer my present f t ook of
Clocks. Watches & Jewelry
COST ! COST ! COST !
This offer holds pood for
Only Tnirty Days
Now is the time to get your
Christmas Goods at Low Figures.
COME ONE I
COME ALL !
JrsT received per Imaeos, a consignment of
superior Carriage, riia tons and Buggies from the
Columbus Buggy Co. These Carriages are a Ham
ple lot conwigued direct from the manufactory and
coming out per said ship are being sold very low
at Thil. Stein's Carriage Kepository.
OS) E? E?
' -a, j art JS-J-w I
,1... . awv. '
TO THE LADIES!
BOM R VERY
FOR LADIES AM) CHILDREN'S !
Tkf-se Hats will be exhibit, d In the
Dressmaking Establishment, No. 104
Fort street. tf
THE COLONNADE !
Ill AVE THE lI.E ISURE ftp A NNOUNC'
Ing I hat I hav oH.imd a
Vo. 7 IH:iiiii:i!&e:i Street,'
Near the Tish Market, and am prepared lo furnish a
To all whi favor me with a call, as I Intend Ihs
BTJL.-L OF FARE
ff Uie C .I.UV.NADK lo Include all that the Market
I a 111 myown Cliiof Cook
And c in guaranty that those who give ma a call will
be antiaBcd wilh the food and aervlce.
Board, 4.50 psr Week; Single Meali, 25cU
Al.WAYri ON II ANU
Gr.txa.Sox- Pop on Xoo.
WILLIAM II. MASON,
u5 ty '-"le hl f Cook at - The Old Corner."
0. Hi FORT STREET, HONOLULU
IMl'OltTKU ANU UEALLtt IN
Sewing Machines & Genuine Parts
Attachments, Oil and Accessories.
A. K N- T I" O It THE
IVhite, new f.nmt. Davit, Crown,
uowe and Florence Machine;
Howard Michine Needle; all kindt s tite.
Cortical I i Silk, in aI coUrn
Clark', MU End Markint Cotton
A fen I for Madam Demoresfs Reliable Cot Paper Pal t ems
, , . "J Publications.
Dealer In R,fl-s, Pistols. Uuns and porllf Goods, Ubots.
, . .ririUROS. Also,
.. e . Krrow"ne hves In all sites.
T r Ml Ftrvk rtf I'lrwa I'l... ii. ii ...
be s7,ld at' COT l-Rlcfi? i""C' T"
p The services of a food mechanic having been aeeurad
all job. entrusted to m. win i.. ,...... .r
attended lo. .uu sans, acton 1
iMicc to Travellers!
MR. II. P, WOOD
HAS IlEKN APPOINTED AfJKMT AT
MAHUK0NA and K0HALA
S. F. & IIOMllL' THASSFER tO
OFFICE AT UK. WIGHT'S STORE.
OT Eagarage landed from the Steumfcr
and Delivered as per Address :
S. F. & HONOLULU TRANSFER CO.
COAL, COAL. COAL
TIIK rXI)F.RSIGE IIIVUC APPOINTED
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Island
OF THE CEI.KliRATED
DKI'A RTI KK BAY J
offWthis Cm I lr Hale In quantities to fluit I'urchuert, ftt
aio.lvT.t4 rate. For I'Utuatloa u, tliU Cotl ts betur lb
an v ot hr I htit rn.-u In iiiia 41 s-L-s .tMi..- i
- - ----- t " w suurv
team hy ttcluut trst
nMde,ti i .1 LI,KX Si ROBINSON.
AW AW 1 CL . aV
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