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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 24, 1883.
Arrival of the American Bark
llnn.lrl mmi rillJ-Tbr ly fr
The i-parun. commanded by Capt. Crowley,
arric.l in tL:. btrlor on Wednesday morning after
the unprecfJenwJ ase of 253 days from New
Tor J- She itiM on the 13th March, and as is n
nL atumpted :a make the ordinary course of
rounding the Horn. Nothing of any importance
occurred daring the voyage until the 7th of May,
when a fresh ga sprang op. At 4 t. . furled the
fore topsail and reefed the main topsail and main
ail. At 8 . x. furled the cocr. At this time
there wit a strong gale and heary sea, ahip labor
iag hearily and shipping large quantities of wtter.
Carried away the lower main topsail yard. The fol
lowing morning the weather moderated, the ahip
making considerable water. The weather continued
fine until the 13to of May. when In Lat. 45s, 45
S. and Long. 61s", 24- V(. a beary aquall a track
the vessel, which increased to a gale. Pumping
hip hourly. Handed spanlrr. jib, topsails and
c:ire. Heavy runniu- caak and start
ed tank. Lij rolling heavily and doing much
dmae. The following morning the weather mod
erated, round billtt-hea.l zone and the for tea tie
deck t tar ted. On the 14th May aqaared away to
the N rthward and Eastward and shaped a course
for Ei' Janeiro. FUhed he lowr main topsail
yard that wa sprung during the previous gale.
On the 16th of May. the ltak abated and the Cap
tain concluded to bv the way of the Straits of
bnnda. Nothing important occurred from thU
time np to the 2Jtli May hcn another gale sei in.
the ves-H.1 mating very heavy weather and rolling
violently. On the :JOth July when in Lat. 20' ,
49- X. and Long. 121-, 03- ., Agincourt Island
bearing S. E. I toilea disUnt. the weather and ea
being calm, and ship drifting toward the island,
a boat in chargw f the chif f officer was sent to look
fur outlying dangers. At noon, scing the boat near
the island and ship drifting by, made sign!
for the boat to return. At the same time
th- boat wade signaU for the vessel to keep
more to the westward. Tried to wear ship, bat the
wind being light, failed to do so until 1:30 T. x.
when the ve'l vu banled by the wind on the
starboard tack t stand back for the island. Stood
iu a close as the wind would permit, keeping a
lookout for the boat. Owing to the light air, eon Id
not approach within five miles of the land. Tacke
during the niht and exhibited torch lights. The
boat wa.s in charge of Mr. Croasley, chief mate.
There were also on board Mr. C. Hibben. third
mate, and two seamen. Axel hefvenborn and An
drew Anderson. Fearing some disaster hail befall
en the bout, the ship drifting from the island, and
Bot Leing able to despatch another boat, bore away
for Keelung for assistance. At 10:30 r.x., on the 31st
Aatfu.it. anrhorej in twenty-two fathoms of water,
otside Keelung harbor. On the second of Augnst
lowered a boat and pulled towards Eeelang. There
being no steamer there, despatched a messenger
The vessel was brought into Eeelung by the aid of
a pilot; at 9 r. x. dispatched a fishing boat and
even men for Agincourt island. Ob the 3d Aug
ust, a steamer arrived from Tainsni. At noon the
fishing boat returned, having failed to reach the
Island. On the 3d and 4th of Augnst. the steamer
refused tog) out on account f there be big too
much wind and no prospect of being able to bind.
On the 6th Augnst, the steamer started with a pilot
on board bot failed to learn any tidings of the
missing crew. On the 7th the German steamer
China arrived, and Captun Cnwsley and one sea
man went out to Agineonrt Island, but they failed
to obtain any tidings of the missing boat and her
crew. The sUanier returned to Tamsui on the
8th Angust.and arrangements were made with the
Consular ageut, Mr. John Dodd, to send to Amoy
for an American or English gunboat to continue
the search for the boat. On the 9th, a Chinese
gunboat arrived, and application was made to the
local official to snd her in search of the missing
men, but without success. At 9 A. x. on the 11th,
the S. S. Oieuelg from Honolulu arrived off Kee
ling. Captaia Crossl.-y went on board of her, but
failed to larn anything of his men.
The above is a digest of the Protest extended be
fore Mr. John Dodd, United States Consular agent
at the ports of Keelnng and Tamsui on the island
On the 2d September, Captain Crossley deter
mined to pursue his voyage, the vessel having been
caulked and repaired generally daring ber stay in
port. On the 7th September it commenced to blow
heavily front the northeast; shorteued sail; wind
increased to a gale; pat in Nagasaki on the 10th
Sept'-uibwc J' avoid an approaching typhoon.
On the 2ltl September, alter repairing damages
to boll and ringing, again s- t out for Honolulu.
Trevailitg easterly winds, and bal weather neces
sitated s 'ckiiiri another harbor of refugj. On the
1 Ith of Ootiler put into Hakodate, a port u the
nothern island of Japan. On the I9tb October,
again set out for Honolalo, and after experiencing
a sncession f contrary winds and disagreeable
weather, arrived at Honolulu on Wednesday
Captain t'roly arrives in a very poor stale of
health, which is not to be wondered at. considering
the trials aud privations be has suffered. The
chief orHcer, who was in charge of the lost boat,
was the Captain's sou. He. with three others,
have nndo'otvilly perished, bat how or where, is not
clearly know u. i'aptain Crossley is desirous of ex
pressing his gratitudu to the Chinese Government
fortheassLsUMi.-etli.it they gratuitously afforded
him ia despatching a gunboat in search of his men.
He also feels thankful to Mr. John Dodd. U. S.
Consular ag'Mit at Tauisuu for valuable services
rendered. At the same time he (Capt C.) regrets
that he cannot extend a similar expression of feel
ing towards tlie I', tt. Consul at Amoy.
btroet MLtct: JtsncK Btcitaro.
Tuesday, November 20, 19S3.
One drunk forfeited bail of $6; one fined $10 and
Costs, and two, who entered a pica of not guilty
were fined $?, and $1 'J costs each.
John lUbel'o forfeited $7 bail on a ehaige of
Cruelty to an. mats.
Laina. charged with disorderly couduct, entered
pU of not full:. A Chinese hackman testified
to the defendant misU-having himself in his car
riage, bring under the itiflaenco of liquor. The
Chinaman drove him to the station house where
be was arrest.d. Found guilty nd sentenced to
three days' imprisonment.
Jas. I. Dowsett, J.r A. It. H yley and Hay
Wodeuouse eiit.-red a plea of guilty to furious rid
ing. A fine tt 10 ra.h was indicted.
The same parties were also charged with assault
and batter j on a pol.ee fn:er oi the 10:h Novem
ber. In thi.' case thy en:rel a plexof not gcilty.
EemandeJ until tin 2i".h bisUct.
Anni' fticbx -dsou a-inaitied bvig deserted ber
husjcud. Thr Conrt ordered Lr to rtlaru to him,
add pay c, J.
Antone Nitf'ot wu fined S3 f-n'nrnkrsu.
FriU NotMorf and HetTr bcHtl werr fiuul
S9 atfjfr res ':!f.!j fjr an iCr cn the 17.ii
F, Lnawi.-lLs, was clurgvtd with keeping a ui- j
orderly house, to which be entered a plea of nc' (
Mr. J. I. Dowsett. r., statsvl that on torduy
night last about 11 o'clock, he was awal.et et' ky a
(rr noise in I i.'if a street und he sent a i.ian for
A policeman teurJ t.iat flghtirg ws goiag on
in the bouse.
Mr. J. H- Boyd testified to the defendant hold
ing a victualling license.
Two other witnesses testified that the noise
could be beard a mile off.
Found guilty in the second degree and remand
ed for nt;nce. (Yesterday the defendant was
Jos Harves. for violating express rules 3 and 24
waa fine! f5.
Moemaaa, w) was coo.-nitWd to the insane
asylam as a person nnsafo to be at liberty.
Wednesday, November 21. 1333.
Three ca of dmnkennes were mulcted in the
torn of J, one SiO, and one remanded nntil 22d
Aki. a Chinese hackman was fined j for vio
lating Rule 21 of the Express Regulations.
A Hew Phaie cf the Labor Quertion in
From the Sydney Mornlin IleraW.
Through their agents in China some of the
Queensland planters have been making an effort
to originato a systexa of contract emigration.
It waa found necessary to appeal to the GoTern
tnent of Hongkong, and Sir G. F. Bowen re
mitted the matter to England. Earl Derby haa
now forwarded the correspondence to Queens
land, with a note indicating what the Imperial
policy in all such - cases is, and what colonial
policy must be. It is significant that such, an
attempt as this should be made. The readiest,
and probably the correct, inference from it is
that Queensland planters have pretty well sur
rendered all hope of getting adequate supplies
of colored labor either from Polynesia or from
India. As to the former ot these, present
methods are attended by great danger. - At best
they are unreliable, and their costliness is mak
ing them prohibitive. Often when the requisite
quota of hands has been obtained they are
found to be as feeble as they are ignorant, and
the tables of their mortality are such as to
alarm philanthropists. From various causes,
and it is unnecessary to inquire what they are,
there is in the northern colony a deep-rooted
prejudice against kanaka labor. It is in vain to
point to stations on which men are well cared
for, and to individuals who have settled in the
colony and done well. Should Queensland ut
terly close her doors against the Polynesian, he
will as a consequence be relegated to his native
home, and the problem of what to do for or
with him will still await solution.
The case of the coolie is not much better. lie
is brought from India with all the advantage
which local Government oversight at both ends
of the passage can give him ; but if we may be
lieve the stories of coolies who have been simi
larly sent to the West Indies, that advantage is
of limited value. It is not likely that the health
iest and most suitable candidates are always se
lected; in fact, such can seldom be obtained.
The examinations, official and medical, are su
perficial and hurried. Not one man in a hundred
knows exactly what he is going out to do; and
ninety-nine out of a hundred folly expect in the
briefest time to make a fortune. The conse
quences on their arrival can be tabulated without
waiting for (hem. The feeble die, the worthless
are not improved by their Uew circumstances,
and only n percentage remains out of which the
planter hopes to recoup bis outlay. The geuerul
election in Queensland has witnessed to the hos
tility with which the Indian labor is regarded,
at least by a section of the community. Au l this
labor to be of real service in the country must
not be simply tolerated. Such a state of things
must be worse for the coolie himself than for
anybody else. He suffers as much from good
natured pity unwisely given as from the outrages
which the worst for - of plaututiou life can in
flict upon him. And yet Karl Derby thinks that
if arrangements can be made for Chinamen sim
ilar to those made for coolies, there may be no
objection to contract emigration from llougkoug.
It appears not to have occurred to bis lorJohip
that this new proposal is being made because In
dia is considered an unprofitable field, and be
cause arrangements for the introduction of Iudi
an labor do not altogether suit the views of the
There are, then, two new features in this
Queensland proposal. It suggests that planters
are looking to China, and will ask that, with
less Government machinery, they may make the
experiment. One of two things must be grant
ed either the Urge plantation system in the
north must be kept up by tropical labor or it
will not be kept up at all. The climate, the na
ture of the work, and the remuneration which
can be given for it, all tend to the same issue.
And that is not the only point; for unless sugar
can be grown otherwise than upon large planta
tions, it is not simply a question of growing or
not growing so many tons of ugar, it is also a
question as to what is to be done with millions
of acres of ground and with millions of people.
If Queensland is prepared to receive an exotic
population, she has to make her choice between
barbarians from the Pacific, coolies from India,
and Chinese from Hongkong, or other parts of
China. It is probable that the planters of
Queensland have not turned to China siaply as
a last resort, but because from their point of
view it is the best thing to be doue. Sir G. F.
Bowen is quite right in saying that a strong
feeling against Chinese immigration is enter
tained by a miss of the population in these
great and self-governing communities, aud that
the only point at which that prejudice is likely
to yield is in reference to those districts in
Queensland which lie within the tropics. But
bis suggestion for avoiding difficulty at his end
of the line is interesting. He says, what is
right enongh, that a morj suitable class of im
migrants could certainly be recruited from the
swarming agricultural population of the main
land of China than from the people of Hongkong,
where there is no agriculture. That is per
fectly reasonable, and the Governor naively
adds : ' Such emigrants could be shipped di
rectly - from Canton or Shanghai, aud thus the
Colonial Office in England aud the Colonial
Government at Hongkong would be saved from
all responsibility." But iu that case the re
sponsibility would fall elsewhere, and that else
where means the Government of China. The
proper party to bear the responsibility, no
doubt ; but such a plau might bo more difficult
and less satisfactory. No hesitation will be felt
as to the answer that must be given about con
tract emigration. At neither end of the line can
such emigration tfe permitted to take place with
out Governmental oversight. Gentlemen inter
esting themselves iu this proj jet say coolies will
be indentured for terms of from three to five
years ; a free - passage will be provided t
Queensland, an advance of wages will be given,
and the poll tax will be paid. It is not said that
they must be returned t the expiration of their
indentures, nor that their passage will be paid if
they desire to roturn. Is it meant to lace
thousands cf Chinamen iu tropical Queensland,
and at the end of their respective periods of
servic-e to leave them at large ? Do planters
propose to replace c'd hands by new ones who
may be cheaper and more docfe ? What in that
case Is to become of the old immigrants ? In
the West Indiei sah immigrants have been
located on a free settlement; is the experiment
to be repeated in Anstraiia ? All the colonies in
the ev' ip will be int r.i'teJ in such a project,
and whilst just now a c.e nsive judgment on the
merits of the que'iou may not be possible,
.here cabe no hesitatic . in saying that what
ever in done, must be done under competent in
spection. Lcndou, October 31. General Maclver,
in writing to the Press respecting his ex
pedition to New Guinea, states that if Lord
Derby interferes with his departure he will
hoist & foreign flag. He has offered to take
missionaries with him.
Loudon, October 31. Sir Charles Dilkt,
Political Secretary to the Foreign Office, In
addressing a public gathering at Glasgow,
on the Pacific Annexation uesilon. re
marked that the colonists might make their
minds easy In regard to the occupation of
New Guinea by any foreign nation. He
felt confident that Australia would succeed
In preventing the Pacific Islands from be
ing overran with convicts without annex
ing the whole of Polynesia.
LATEST FOREIGN HEWS-
By the S. S. Alameda, we have dates to
the 15th instant. The following comprise
the principal items of news:
London, November 1. Telegrams to
hand from Zanzibar state that the Hovas
tre evincing a desire to come to terms with
the French, and recently offered to treat
for a cessation of hostilities. The offer was
accepted by Admiral Galiber, and negotia
tions are now proceeding.
News from Africa has been received
stating that a report is circulated to the ef
fect that M. De Brazza, the French explor
er, had been killed at Libreville in a fight
among the natives.
London, November 1. An Anti-Irish
League disturbance took place to-day In
Londonderry, Ireland. An announcement
having been made that the Nationalist
moeting would be held in the Town Hall
there this evening, a large body of Orange
men proceeded to the building, and took
forcible possession of t hp I -til. The meet
ing of the Nationalists was consequently
London, November 3. A disastrous fire
occurred to-day in Buchanan street, Glas
gow, at the warehouse of Messrs, Wylie &
Lochhead, paper stalners. It raged for
some time, and before the flames could be
extinguished the building and contents
were completely destroyed. The loss Is set
down at fully 200,000.
Bombay, November 4. News has been
received here that the rebels, under the lead
ership of the Imaum's brother, who were
besieging Muscat, have fled from their po
sition. The shelling by the guns of H. M.
S. Philomel proved very disastrous to the
besiegers, and effectually dislodged them.
Paris. November 3. M. Challelmel-La-cour,
speaking to-day at Cannes, announced
that he had resigned his position: in the
French Ministry, and that M. Ferry, the
Premier, would in the interim take the
portfolio of Foreign Affairs. He further
states that M. Ferry will next week ask the
Chamber of Deputies to vote a credit of ten
million francs to cover the expenses of the
Belgrade, November 4. A serious insur
rectionary movement has commenced ftt
Sieruareka, sic) and a considerable force uf
Servian troops has already been despatched
to the scene of the rising, with the object of
promptly checking the same.
London, November 5. A fire broke out
In a timber yard at Ilagerstone, North
London, two days ago, and hasrbeen burn
ing furiously the whole of that time, all ef
forts to stop the progress of the flainea be
ing ineffectual. The conflagration has
spread to the adjoiningpremises.aiid twelve
smsll houses have been completely destroy
ed. New York, November 6. New York is
Repui.liean by 30,00. Butler is defeated
in Masfaehuietts by lo,0(H). Massachusetts
has elected u Republican Governor by 17,
000, and the Republicans have tliree-foui tlis
of the Legislative machinery.
Boston, November Cth. Robinson 22,
975, Butler 17,475. Last year, Bishop had
18,678, Butler 15,581. The vote is the
largest ever known. The Republicans
elect all five of the Senators, and 25 of the
Boston, November 7th. Additional re
turns give the Republicans 139 members in
the Legislature to 92 Democrats and 1 In
dependent,with nine districts to hear from.
Robinson's total vote thus far is 159,825,
Butler's 150,013; four towns to hear from.
The total vote for Lieuteuaut-Governor
gives Ames 13,000 to 14,000 plurality.
Portland, November 13. James Dodd,
the stage robber, was sentenced to-day, in
the United States District Court, to impris
onment for life.
New York, November 11. The Sun's
London cable special of the 10th iust. says:
All the speakers at the Lord Mayor's ban
quet spoke hopefully of the prospects of
peace, but there is a universal feeling of
uneasiness. Some political prophets expect
a big war next spring aud this feeling tends
to lend interest to the rising in Servia and
the visit of the German Crown Priuce to
Spain. Servia hates her present ruler aud
believes in radicalism as sure to lighten
both civil and military taxes. There is a
general suspicion that Russia is at the back
of the business, wishing to replace King
Milan with a Panslavist ruler. Austria will
uot permit this, and the Serviau difficulty
is thus regarded as possibly leading to the
long-expected war between Russia uud
Austria. The German Crown Prince's
visit to Madrid is supposed to point to the
Pittsburg, November 7. The Commercial Ga
zette this evening telegraphed to General Butler
for his views on the result in Massachusetts aud
asking for his programme for the future. The
following reply was received :
Boston, November 7, 18S3 9 p. m.
To the Editors of the Pittsburg Commercial
Gazette ; The answer - to your question is easy
as to the cause of the result in Massachusetts.
Last year I had 131.000 votes. The largest.vote
ever polled was in the Garfield election iu 1880.
Garfield received 1C5.000 and Haui ock 112,000,
a total of 277.000. This year the vote is 313,000,
of which I have 152,000. This enormous in
crease has been caused by the free use of money
and the fraud and corruption of my opponent.
More votes have been cast than will be in the
next Presidential year. The 8,00 or 9,000 plu
rality of my opponent was more than lost in the
city of Boston. Massachusetts i., therefore,
surely Deinocraticif I make another State can
vass with a further gain. When a man has in
creased the Democratic vote from 112,000 to
to 152,000 in three years, as I have, is there nuy
need of an answer to your questiou what my
programme will be ? I am pleased with tbe re
sult and would rather have my veto than be
elected by 135,000 votes. In that case it would
be said that Massachusetts is a Republican State.
She has a large reserve vote, which in a Presi
dential election will come out. Now we have
bad them all out and measured them, and in the
next Presidential election, with a judicious plat
form and a popular nomination, at least we
should keep all Republican men and money at
home to take care of Butler, instead of sending
both into Ohio and Indiana to corrupt those
' Benjamin F. Bntler.
Mexico, November 12. The Mexican Govern
ment definitely refuses the demands of the Eng
lish bondholders to issue $20,000,000, three-percent
bonds iu addition to the recognized debt of
$80,000,000. The-decision ends the negotiations
and the Mexican representative iu London has
been recalled. The Mexican Government desires
a settlement, but considers the bondholders' de
Faris, November 3. It is asserted that the
Malagassy Embassy, who recently returned from
a visit to Europe and America, and the Prime
Minister, have been strangled.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
T3E MEW AND ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS
"MARIPOSA" AMD "ALAMEDA"
Will leave Honolalo and San Francisco, on. the'
FIRST and .FIFTEENTH of each month.
PA,'?3EMGERS may hare their names booked in ad
vance by applying at the office of theAgents.
PASS EJGEES by this line are hereby notified that they
will be allowed 250 pounds of baggage FREE by the
Overton,! Kail way when traveling East.
EXCCRSIOX: TICKETS for round trip, $123 ; good to
return by any pf the Company's steamers within VO day a.
MERCHANDISE Intended for shipment by thU line
will be received ree of chargen the Company'! new ware
house, and receipt issued lor name. Insurance on mer
chandise in the warehouse will be at owners' risk.
WILLIAM G. IRWIN & CO.,
n5-tf . Agents O. S. S. Co.
Steamer Likelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday a.
4 p. touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay, Makena, Ma
hukona, Eawaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo
Returning will touch at all the above ports, arriving
Honolulu each Sunday a. m.
f1HE LIKELIKE WILL LEAVE HUB
M. WHARF at 4 p. m., and NO Freight will te received
after 3 p. u. Due notice ia given of this rule, and it will
be carried out . fmvll WILDER & CO.
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On or About November loth.
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TAS! TEAS! TEAS!
WE HA VK Jisr RKCF.1VKU FROM THK C'F'.LE
raf.l Tea Il.iiHe of L. V. MOORE fe CO., of
Yokili:tin:t, J.ip'tn, a well seltM'tt-.l v-irtm'-nt of
Pare JVxp.jm Teas,
To U'liL'h wv c.UI the attention of the TraJe, and besf to
refer them t the following oertlfi'-ates :
Sworn Certificates of Purity
Leading Physicians and Analysts.
C'OXSfLATK lK HlH IMI'MIIAL JaPAXKSR MaJEXTV,
Han Franciwh. j
I hereby certify that tlie Tea marked E H. M..
tin iliamoiiiUi, iarke.l ly L. I. Moore Yokohama, and
iibinitt-ii to in-, is, tn my opinion, a pure, unadulterated,
mid natural leaf. KENTAliil YANAOIYA,
(Iks Imperial Japanese Majesty's Consul at San Fran
DIFII KIIK F. C KK1L, lMlARMACKl'TH-AL ('HKMIST, 1
MtllKtT tSTKKKT 111 A KM AC Y, 1-
K,jiith.vest for. Market and -Ith St., !San Francisco. J
To whom it may concern : I hereby certify that I have
cxamiiu- l the various brands of Japan Tea, all of which
have been purcbit-s,Ml by disinterested parties, nnd found
them all to be more or less adulterated with colorim; matter-
and other substances foreign to Tea, with the excep
tion of lots marked L. I". M.,," i.iu diamonds), packed
by I.. 1. Moore, Yokoluima.
The analysis of twelve different brands (jive the follow
ing result, viz :
No. 1 Large amount of eolorins, consisting of Prussian
l!lue (tcrro-cyanide of Iroin, Clyjwum and Soapstone.
No. 2 Larue amount of coloriiiK, consisting of Indigo aud
aluminous earth. Tills brand contains a larife quan
tity of leaves only resemblintt tea in color.
No. :t--C ilored witli In.lUo and aluminous earth.
No. 4 Colore. 1 witli Prussian lllue ami Uypsum, and
mixed with leaves from oilier plants.
Ku. 5 Coloreil with Prusssian Blue, Uypsum and Soap
stone. No. H slightly colored witli Indigo, Plumbago uud Clay.
No. 7 Colore.! with Iudixo, Piumhnxo and Uypsum.
aio. s Mdiitly colored with Plumbago and JiulUio.
No. 11 Colored with Plumbago and Clay.
No. ID Slightly colored with Prussian IUue, Soapstone
and Yellow Ochre.
No. 11 Colored with Indigo and Plumbago.
No. 12 I,. I. .!.. tin diamonds), L, p. Moore, Yoko
hama, perfectly free from dust and any artili -ial
coloring or other foreign substance.
FJIED. C. KEIL.
Subscribed and sworn to In-fore me, this 12th day of
January, lssii. F. C. WEGENER, Notary Public.
S.o; Francisco, Januury 11, HW.
L. P. Mookk, Ksu. Dear Sir : Having read the result
of the aualvsis of various brand of Japan Tea, we con
sider No. 12, marked I. I. M." (i diamonds), packed
bv your tirm in Yokohama, the only Tea of the twelve
samples tit for use and aud perfectly wholesome the
other brands containing more or less injurious substances,
and under no circumstances should be allowed to be used.
A. OOKRTZ, M. 1.,
GEO. J. BUCKNALL, M. V..
J. L. MEAHKS. M V.
For sale reasonably low and on oiost. favorable terms by
. W. MACFAKLAXt A CO.
I II A V K :
FOUR GOOD &1JL3
Eleven Head of Horses
AT PRICK RANGING FROM 2iO TO I.VK) EACH.
AH pedigrees guaranteed.
Stables at CIIABB'S, opposite Poli.-e Station.
n20-tf ' J. X. PORTER.
i iouse want it i immediately, mod-
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a u r ft r 11311
o26-tf G. W. MACFAKLANK CO. m2j
FOE SA L J!,.
;V IOT OF" L.A.IVr,
2- FEET WIDE BY SoO FEET DEEP,
SITl'ATEJ) ON MAKAI SIDE OF BERET ANIA
street (the property of MR. LVK SANO. near the
residence of Mr. Wong Qui." Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUTBUILDINGS
Also on ttte premise. Trees and Flowers are now
planted, and grounds are well laid nut. Apply I" ,
n I "-1m
riiri4x a ro.
Notice. No Debts con tracts 1 by any
of tbe ere a- of the the C. 3. HCLBERT wdl be paid
by the Captain or any one else.
o33-tf B. S. DA V1J, Captaia.
Foreclosure and Sale.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A POWR OF SALE CON.
tained in a certain mortgage made by Eaohi, w., and
Kalaweaumotn to Stephen 8pencer, dated 27th day of
September, A. D. 1875, and recorded io Liber 44, pages 45
to 47, and by said Stephen Spencer assigned to M.J.
Hose, on the 5th day of May, 1881. Notice is hereby
given that the undersigned Intends to foreclose said
mortgage, for conditions broken, and upon said fore
closure will sell at Public Auction, at the salesroom ol
Lyons it Levey, in Honolulu, on the 8th day of Decem
ber, 1883, at 12 o'clock noon, the premises described in
said mortgage, as below described. Further partlcnlars
can be had of R. F. Bickerton, attorney.
F. A. SCHAEFEK,
Executor of will of M. J. Hose, deceased, assignee of
Dated Honolulu, November 9, 1893.
Premises to be sold are situated in Manoa, Honolulu,
and consists of 94-100 acres kalo land and 27-100 acres
kula land in all 1 21-100 acres described in Koyal
Patent No. 2,586, Kuleans No. 1,906. n!0-5tw
Importer & Home Manufacturer of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Xo. 112 Fort Street, Jost Above Hotel St.,
Has Just made large additions to his establishment, and is
now prepared to furnish to the trade, tbe Honolulu pub
lic, and residents on the other Islands, the VJtRY
FIX EST f HOME-MADE & IMPORTED CAXD1ES,
or all Descriptions, AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival, lie Guarantees the
purity of his goods. TUB CREAM CANDIES
are a specialty with him, and are made by the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks.
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN- THE CITY.
The BEST BRANDS of CHOICE CIGARS always on hand.
Taxpayers in Iakawao.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
-whom it may concern that the Tax Collector for tbe
DISTRICT OF MAKAAVAO, MAUI, II. I..
Will keep his office open for the collection of taxes at the
following times and places, viz:
Al ibe Court-II oie f IVlaknvrno,
On the 9th. 10th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15tb, 19ih, 21st, 24th,
27tb, 28th aud 29th of November, and on the 13th. 14th
and lfltli or December, lK&J.
At Krokrn, Kula,
At the house of Hou J. Kamakcle, on the lfith and 17th
At the houe of Joseph K kahuna, on November 20th.
At the couuting-rooiH of Akanaliilii, i'sq., ou November
22d and 23d.
A I Ilniltn,
At the office of the Haiku Sugar Company, ou November
At each of the above enumerated places and times the
collector will he round between the hours of 9 A. M.
aud 2 P. M.
PLANTERS A-YD OT11KKS
Employing hired laborers, whether contracted or other
wise, are requested send in to the Collector's Office
full and correct lists of the names of all those in their
employ whose taxes they are willing to pay, and by so
doing avoid much of the trouble, travel, delay and un
pleasantness which otherwise might arise.
A Hit. FORNANDER.
Tax Collector of Makitwao.
Lahaina, October 18, 1S83. o27-wtf
J. E. WISEIV1AEM,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 27 iMercliant Street,
HONOLULU, II. il.
Houses to Rent.
A cottaire on King street, adjoining Reformatory
School, above I.iliha street ; f urin-hcd ; contains 1
Rooms; rental, $20 per month.
A charmintr villa at the beach, Waikiti , neatly fur
nished, stable, use of telephone, lovely grounds, and
everything convenient ; artesian well water, etc. ; suitable
for two gentlemen or gentleman and wife.
Cottage to rent at $15 per month, on Fort street, near
Beretania; contains 4 rooms and cook-house ; also furni
ture to sell throughout at reasonable price.
House of 7 rooms, 2-story frame, on Liliha street ;
deep lot ; rental, $23 per month ; adjoining residence of
J. H. Block.
On Liliha street, near King, a 5-room cottage, stable,
paldock, tine garden, on deep lot, with all convenience ;
rent $35 per month'.
On Emma street, 3 cottages on deep lot ; tenant will be
able to let two cottages to advantage ; will repaint the
premises ; $40 per mouth, with water.
Corner of King and Richard streets ; par: of a house to
rent; central location; contains 8 rooms ; rent, $10 per
Two or three small cottages also to rent, suitable for
Several choice double and single rooms about the
At Adams' Garden, Kalihe, two miles from town, about
60 acres beautiful park gronnds, well watered, sur
rounded by shade trees ; will rent by the day or lease for
a term ; lovely place for private or public picnics ; cro
quette and lawn tennis parties will find these grounds
superior; grand place for rifle-shooting.
On the corner ofXuumu and Q ice j street, I will re at
part of floor, size 36x43 ; splendid warehouse rooms.
Also, lot adjoining Honolulu Iron Works, 2x0. with
roadway, to lease; splendid opportuuity to erect a suit
able shop ; will rent, upper story and lot separately or
together ; terms fair.
On Fort street, I have a lease to rno 8 years ; 3 cottages
on the property, bringing in a rental of $125 per year.
Purchaser will own buildings, and can remove the same
at termination of lease; rental of ground, f:(0 per year;
sell for $1,500.
At Kahului, Maui, along the seashore, I have a 9 years
lease on a lot 178x81. A large building 15x48. and an ell
x tension, 14x24, with veranda all around is erected'
thereon. Buildings belong to lessee. Building cost 1,800.;
This has been known as the Kahului Bummer Home, and
is in every way adapted for a Bummer Lodging House.
Will sell the lease and buildings for f 1.5 w. Kent of land
only $40 a year.j
Land, to Sell.
. Lot 80x3Gu nn Beretania street, adjoining L. Wayis
property on the plains : good stable built on premise
sell tor $2,400 ; easy terms.
On Kuian street, between W. R. Castle's ani J. Ly
sett's property (plains), 1 have a lot l.'0x400, running
through to Lunalilo street ; sell for $3,250 ; sell on easy
At Ponahou, I have several choice lots to sell, and also
a fine residence situated on 2 acres of ground with aitesian
well water on tbe premises.
Employment found for all seeking work on these Islands.
- Several sTTan'i, male an! female, wanted immedi
ately. Address or apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent, and General
Business A tent. P. O. Box 315, Telephone 172, 27
, Merchant Street, Honolulu H. I. nt-tf
Rio. 105 and 107 Fort
Post Office Box 38
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just received a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits up
holstered in Silk, Silk and Plush, Plush and Hair Cloth, Hair-cloth and
Reps, that they will sell at the lowest prices, possible.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just received by "Suez " a large assortment of
Folding Steamer Chairs that should be inspected by every on3 contemplat
ing a sea voyage.
AT LYCAN & JOHNSON'S can be found all of the latest Music just re
ceived by " Suez," and " Australia."
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a !argeassortment of Baby Carriages, Swinging
- and Rocking Cradles, Cribs, and high and low Chairs for the little folks.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have some ve'ry cheap and some expensive Bed-room
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of small Musical Instru
ments in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the onl; assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS
to be found iu this Kingdom.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell more Pi: nos than all the other dealers because
they sell cheaper, sell on the installment plan, take old instruments in ex
change, and lease them allowing the rental to be applied on purchase.
LYCAN & JOHNSON keep everything in the Music line.
LYCAN & LOHNSON have the celebrated Herring Pat, Fire and Burglar
proof Safes to sell.
LYCAN & JOHNSON keep constantly in stock the largest assortment o
Book Shelves, Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, &c.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Center Tables and every
thing to put on the Center Table.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of Japanese Vases, Japa
nese Dishes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c.
LACAN & JOHNSON have a large stock of Toys, Dolls, Tool Chests, Doll
Carriages, &c., &c. .
LYCAN &, JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture Moulding und
Cornice Moulding to be found in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a very !orge assortment of Paintings, Water
Colors, Eugravings and Chromo tnat they will sell below auction prices.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. V. G. Wood who is tke
only professional house decorator in this couutry. If you want everything
to harmonize, consult him.
LYCAN & JOHNSON, Manufacture Lambroqin's Cornices and keep Cornice
Moulding, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut.
LYCAN & JOHNSON will furnish estimates for the complete or partial fur
nishing of residences.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyone else.
LYCAN & JOHNSON propose to sell all goods handled by them at only a
. fair profit, and not at the high figures usually asked for goods in their line
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the best Sewing Machines for family, and man
ufacturing purposes and sell them at from &20 to 45 each.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have all goods plainly marked, and will deal justly
by everyone. Answering all of their correspondents and shipping gooda
to the other Islands jjromptly, and do all in their power to please in price
may 11) wtf.
J. EMMELUTH & CO.
5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. H. I.
AGENTS FOIl . THE
The General Postoffice is located on the corner of Merchant nnd Bethel streets, Honolulu. The
office ia closed on all Hawaiian Holidays.
On Sunday, tha General Delivery will he open from 7 till 8 A. M., for the delivery of Island
mans urriviug un mm uuy.
On Saturday, the office is closed at 2 o'clock P. M., except on tho arrival or demrtmn of
steamer io the afternoon of that dav.
Postage Stamps of the following denomination can be purchased : 1,2,5,0,10 12 15 18 25
50 and 100 cents. Also, Postal cards of 1, 2 and 3 cents each, and reply postals 'of 1 and 2 cent
All letters and newspapers sent abroad rcast bo prepaid by Hawaiian stamps only.
Letters, or packages, may be registered to any part of this Kingdom, on payment of a fee of
Ten Cents, in addition to the regular postage; and to any country in the Postal Union, on pay
ment of Fifteen Cents, in addition to tbe ordinary postage.
Packages or parcels of marchandise or other mailable articles, not exceeding four pounds in
weight, will be received and conveyed in the inter-island mails only, on pvepayroent Of one cent
per ounce postage. Parcels are not mailable to foreign countries (except books coly) , if exceeding
8 ounces in weight.
Domestic Postal Money Orders will be furnished on application at any of the following mooey
order offices, payable at this or any other money order office named below on which it is drawn ;
PA HAL A.
Fooisn Money Ordora.
After the 1st of January, 1384, application for Money Orders, payable in the United
r? f!li T7 n ma'i,8 M,"7!!y Hlder Offico in thi8 Kigm ; and tney will be drawn at the
General Post Office, Honolulu, on any Money Order Office in the United States, of which a list can
be seen by inquiring at any Ilawiiiun Post Otjce.
n ASnei1 l8- m S draW ' 'n ihe State8 after JS 1, 1884, payable at
any iloney Order Oi.lce in this Ki-igdora.
H. 'M. WHITNEY,
Ipnolulu, October, 1883.
A REWARD OF FIVE DOIXARf, WILL EE PAID
XJL at this Office fo the convk-tlm, of any rierson
caugbt stealing the Daily or AVeesi lt ArVERTnTH l'rom
the store or residence of any subscriber.
Important to Shipmasters.
The Dailt Pacific Coxkeecul Advektiseb can
be supplied to Shipmasters in Port cn board of
heir vessels every a.ornin? before 8 o'clock.
Terms 25 cents per week.
uThevPairx.0arrier win tak orders, and collect
Street, - - - Honolulu.
Telephone No. 79.
Stovs and Ranges.
i:EKY DESCRIPTION OK
SHEET METAL WARE
On Ilmu .r Made to Ordw.
Tinning PlnmbiiiE, Gntteiw, Etc.
Water Pipe and Fittings,
Hole Age u In In these Ixlanda for (lie
All Sizes In Stock. Circulars and Trices on ap
ON OA HIT.
21 Money Order Offices.
B0ASD 0E MARINE UNDERWRITER 8
OP SAN FRANCISCO.
Agents for tha Hawaiian IrttaA :
H. HACKE--ELD & CO.
I)RACTICAL BOOT MAKER HAVINO LOCATED
next door to J. 1). Raniaey'a'grocery, on Hotel atrret,
la now prepared to fill all orders intrusted, to Win with
promptneaa; repairing a specially; term, cash. Jljl2tf