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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. DECEMBER 22, 1883.
Supreme Court of the HwlUn I a La n da
W K. firi-i. W. O. Smith and S. H. Ioi.it, vs.
" Jin KxcrLi.tJcor J. M. KirMa, li. H- M
MIM.4TK& or Friaxce.
l.,f.e ri,;,fjt.r J,t,il. I'ttitio or n iriut of
.l'iM'"'""-. ""'" ,0 ourith tUe
I am i t the opinion tli.it the j-ttitioners, aa citi
zen ami taxr-nycr, hare the nUt to ue oat thia
1 .... . V,(- - m.w .l,.inn wk-it !
iVan injary to the j nblic 1 here are aa- i
the Sapreiiift Court of the United htatew, anil
Mr. Justice rifcld for AUe Court aaya: "UI the
rijff:t of resident taipnvera to invoke the inter
position of a Court of trinity to preTtnt the illegal
creation of a UvLt wl.ich tt y in common with
other property holder of the coaoty may other
wise be cotuotlled to p-ty. there H at tbind-iyno
r . .i ... ik.. ,.,. f .m ljtnar woald l to
jw:u lun iiui .--rv- . . . .
a-iy that there i i no rtiutdy and no way Dy wnicn .
a Miiii.t. roi theCrou cau I prevent! from I
doin' ta ill- tr il act. Impeachment M too shadowy
ivud nitm:i t.u- thought of aa an adequate
renio.lv. If only the Attorney Ceneral can promote
such h iu ittiT. the an.sirtr w that there has been
r.o Attorney Central bince 5Iay Liat and it would
be id'.K to exi ct an Attorney General who one
of th.- Cabinet to comrueno- proceeding againnt i
lli4 D5I1 C'liCHUt.
run i.r mi
art hf w re-.i,ii-ule to tLe peuple for tlie
f.iith!;i discha:"; of uutu-S. 1 be rebpouUelit it
uotion to tin i,h, u Iik'U n more projrly a d
tmrrr, i4ovnuIe 1.
jt w.'Jim on r.i; c.vije.
lUvm-i t;iv a thi4 matter cousiderable Htady and
att. i.ti .a nnJ L..VJU,; arriv.-1 t a clear and lecid
ed oj iiii..ii nfciti tl- nn nt ion ltirolred, I (rire my
dtri-i ii n . L al-io that delay wooUl be
n.i'iri. u.i t . Hi.- r. ... l.d. lit.
I x- iuirW i . t-f tii.it the petitionera are not
f:.1::;,'i,',:l:,,': CTltl?:" ki:lLbZUh
Com i ui. tn "ti : ,i t c-iupl:u:ied of was aix-ot to be
-.,rm..:.i.-J. ;u.i if pr.eUins liau been com-
tiin-. a tu .:.tL.H .o it conld well answered that
it..- ir -Hi.-.rt 1 .... . i r. iu-tireand the rcupoudtnc
wmi'i 1. Mi t ict in the rumner alleged. '
l ,r-..ir. if li..- ut .ou.pliined of 14 illegal at
all. it .t tli- 1 i-epti..n ana c.jutiuaea ho ,
thruaf. .i.t ;ud it !.- none of it4 ille-dity by :
lV:;:: r.. ,..,..tv of .h. erUu..ut
t,, i.rr.r.r m .f.. nn I. r t- Ltn Act of lwdo
1,1 -1 it-ity or ensienc or tiie Koern-
II... -i 1 ' f In r it t. fi v-n ! tlii art
i-.rr .' i....r,.-y f .r r--it .in .ihc porpoHra nuied .
in th.- a. t an'. 1 1.7 s.cti..n;j -norti.f the luoner i
. r ..M i.i. dirtiy ..r indirectly, either tem-
p..r mi . ..r ..Ui.-raiH.- t. or for any public use- -.r
1 prm.ic- tho l uil.itare felt that the ordinary
re-.iii;n ' t l .- uovrriimeiit wiMild be . uOuneut
f'-r it t . -r-li.. .1 y expend. turc4 aud ho nt-ve not
siiiUiMr;.ii !l lrriin'; of mouey lr it.4 or
Uiri u. . i 1 i l. :irH.
ii.v .!-' hi li in t'ii-i c.i4e c.ihuxt nlTri-t lk lile
lit t-r.kli'. .f l : . - ov.'riiineiit.
V n : ii r .'i" U J f the -ruu.etit b ve or
hav i..t t,' u d.ttii-ult f Hale 14 f.ireivii to thin
l-HK'. 1 1 tl. u iv.. u-t b.-u r txvriy uuwl.t for.
.-it., tt - ' iu tl ui'eri.t. beiu oulv -.It
irrri iii. I- .il w, l-inn thretr -r ccfat. lower
11, mi tin- I. t iU- .f int. rft.
1 tie :.u'l..-.i: . ... tue Muii-tlt-r uf 1'iuiuce in the
pr.-ini - t ti ! I - found viltiii tii- f'Mir cotuern of
Sruoiil ;-.uih.n th llu..-i.r of Fniince
ntn! r tii- i:rrtiou .f the Kin in Cabinet Cuuucd
... I .. .. ..t .1. Il.tf 1
K ' f limn III. .M. lltW . 1 1 III. jm. . J .WOT.M.U
niei.t dun.. tri.rl..ftho thte-, yearn. uin4 of
iu..;iey not n'.nluig Two Miiiiou lKli4r4. and '.
tin-ti-.no to i..iucd therefor, are llt to be
i i...l . u. , rAliuey are to bear ;
hitm t r I .-x- tins? Hi p-r c. nt, (3d they are
t .i, t t: .... Moyeriiiuei.t ;xen. ,liui thev
,irit'iii" nil r-iuil-l- iu uit tunu n D.irnn.r
th.ii. twenty venrHund (.".tut ihey are pubn
pru.. -ij. ii in iner.-it in i ,t i .s.r ru.n
-..iMi.i.ar. n.e ...ut i- ...-.i
ritn s ou ti;u iia i iu iiueauuu, uui uo pareu to me scueuuie puuiisneu suruuu,
rrrnt to be ii favor ol the right and . th- Kmrlish linM. "When
Pti illy the c;i-,e r rrHinptou t. aoribKie. ciieu i- j , . ,
r! i . s. r.. iLi4 in acH-te decj.Jea in isrj dt there is neeu oi it, me eneiueer commueu
s.iy Hie . u ... t U-n.4 thm fr. WtaU i-. iir? to Ottawa, 120 miles, H hours aud .Vi luiu
Att U;? i i.-..r:ii.hrr4 n.-y tb.t par i "e ict ute, three stops, average 41 mi'es; New
euiov iKnire iili'. ut d:-icoaQt or preiioiu, ' that i
is if i.- iiM.-i i-e rrc-eiyeu lor mre uoiiu.4 in..
i ;--i-ut f the Hum Hecured ui -be paid by .
tll.i.i. 1 lieT .'.re to bo pild 111 I mU'i t-itrx tptil
.,,.,.,.,',,, and thin must therefore be i
r--.-i;ed f"i them.
If i pr..r.u.M..iy uote fcdU for payment ..f S&
rlriv'. th.- iir value would b I'-VA! atrrliue and
notti.tiu Now. if the MiuUter of Finance i Springfield. 98 miles, 2 hours, 32 miiiuteH,
prop ".: to iiise of therm bond4 for anything! niree stops, average 31 2-10 miles; New
i. ,4 u, .-., ttie.r tac in l uited State u-jd c..m or Y k l(t Cnicago, 913 miles, 'St hours, aver
Hh eii'iivd -ut, U 14 a i.4.ition of the law. It mat- ..... .-,,, ,,,,,,
trr not if t.:.- -itver h-.if dollar r.hicu the re- ! K -J miles.-Manufacturers' Uazette.
K..iu!. nt i-'r-i s to t ike for the bond! Ie current j hmhhmhmmmhbmhhhmhbhmhmmhhm
in hi. ): hi ihii rt-.ilm. intuw say4 morn uut- I
tun tl.- that tli- lxnd4 most not be aotd for lea.4 I
th -!i p ir u. ii .i thn iler half dollar arc far le4 !
in inti ir..-.i t i!ue than their -face value in United
ht tt. 4 cold cjiii. to sell the bonds thu.4 m Ht-lliu '
tlu'tu for U .-! th in par. I
l'i.- I u ; tl.i4 kmcdom niakea United States
gnM tiie --.ui. inl tf value and lea! tender. Ihia
1 r iuii-.t !. ;'..ltiiuii4tered by the Court eren if the
f , ,iai the foyernment by connuon con-
n. ut iti-.-ro it-. iiiJtence. No law in a dead letter
to tli Coin!. 1 m iv here a.iy that the Act of 1S80
pr.Yiamx 1 ir a National Coinage, authoria the
.viiuint.-r -f Ir'ui.iuoo, to purchase cold and silver
b.llhou '.' mo ntnry trhii h uniif f ll li.Ht lit
ti.iie i' ... .'.- t'lnioitrt and to c;use to bo coined
tii.-r-troiii -id ;mtl silver coiu.4' of equal weight
iiiui hilt - i ui'.h United States cold and silver ;
ro'ti.4 of tii.- s-iiuc d-.-nominatioiiH. 1 bat 1.4, foreign ;
e.jui .-.ire.t iy i:i rircul.itiou laiht thu4 lie changed
i.iio II i.v iiM's coin nnd thin ti e Legislature
tli..u. i:t uoiu l ii..t probably dintarb the curreucy
vtv t-cti i!jly. Silver t-i a commodity lluctuatin
i.i v.ilu... ii:. i i'. ii is been decliumo m valuu for
'n::i - .r, iti.t llie st llld.ir J h.llf dollar of the
I n: l it i. ii i'V the l.itet quutallooa ut worth I
Iu t..it-.i ii'.t 4old luuch more than 41 cent . '
iViiot tl.t-.ij.iiiuii that tin) iM.udj are propitsed j
t . b.- i-.-ii. ! l ttie rw.inu!eut fur !---v lii.iu ar, 1 i
im.iI tL.- ...-it i ni:uitiaiuus. '
I otiyi.t to :i-i.y further that the Toth Article of i
tin- Co.i.-.ti;:i;t. a re;uirt 4 the Supreme Court to
I !.- 1:4 i. ;. inii to the Kkic and the C.tbuiel upou !
liii,ti.'t i..i .(i.iMtio::4 of law and ui:i svoli-uiu occa
hi 1..." . Ld thn iasttcej of the Supreme Court
a: c .1 1 .. . r. udy t i.ivts their epinioua ti theGoV-eri;i.i..-ni
v. U. n important steiM are conteniplated.
In tins iu tanoc the opinion -f the Court wm not 1
A. s. II ut-vi il f jr the petitioner; Messrs. Neu
111. 1:. 11, Whituiu: and I'rentou for re4pondeht.
Ilouolalt:. December 14,
Krsp.r.dentH c iaii.se I noted appeal to the full
Brri'Ki: r-.it.iix jtstice'eickebtox.
Tueiday. December 19th. 13S3.
The niiui t' way forfeited in oue eae of drtin
Lenn. -44. and another victim remanded.
John CIetnen4. charged with gro4 cheat, by ob
taitiing ; 1 . from Mary I lose under false pretences
of l.ei:ir; i-ent f.r name on the 2nd of October la-it,
cntrred a plea f not gnilty.
.'Jarj I:. ritatt d that on the 2ndcf October last
dcf.-nd.'nt t aui.- to her huu.ie aud Leiug aked hi
buinr- . li.- aul be had tieen urnt by oue William
Sea to t, t ..iii.- money from her. On being in
f'ji ui. t by uitn. ni that she had no money of Sea'
h i.iiil he waiit. d $Ij for a hott time, and finally
vitii"4 I t hi:n have the money.
I'tiun 1 in t trinity 4 charfed. and discharged.
L.aj ale entered a pica r.f guilty to Urceuy iu the
third doree and was sentenced to i mouths im-pri-oiiiu.
ut at hard labor aud fined $10.
A ihjrjrt of .- ault aud battery wn met by a fine
of 1 1. and ne of disorderly conduct by forty-eight
hoar iiiipri". iiuient at hard lalur.
bUour lOIJ. r.-Jl-lKE kli Kt.KTOX.
Monday, December 17th.
L.K.k Sans u,l Won? Kwai v. Yun Qaan. Te
1 a-4, damage ?1S0. Me-,r4. Smith A Thurston for
plaittirT. ; Mr. F. M. Hatch for defendtnt. Th
ri..' ar.we out of damage to rice that wa.4 cut by
t!ie I rrj'ins of a dam by the defendant' men at
Kailu. K.i.ilan. Oihn.
J n.l-iii.n t f r I,.aintiff4forS13'3 7j ; costs SC 85.
Appeal not.1 to Supreme Court.
Kinen.Ie 4. l.'aole. Tiespa:, damage $o0. Mr.
J. i:ns--Il fur plaintifT ; Mr. J. L. Kaulnioa for
dtfendaat. Jo-lament for defendant. Appeal
noted to Intermediary Court.
Four otb t ca-iea of a4mmpit were brought np
yesterday to of which ere nettled out of Court
au 1 two con tinned nutil the 20th and 24th instant
A Toki corresponilent had an interview with
Jai.auee Foreiirn Minister, who stated that
the Japanese (roveruruent H most anxious to
open the interior of Japan to Foreign trade,
stipulating only that '.hose foreigner availing
thiii4elve4. of tha privileoe grauted bhall be
nuder the j ii-i-t.liction of the Japaues Courts.
Thii will iuvolre the revision of the present
traty and the abolition of all foreign legal jurid
dictioa in the open-porU.
Speed on Eailways-
It isn't because our engines cau't do it
that the railroad trains in this country do
not run as fast as they do in other coun
tries," an engineer on the New York Cen
tral said to a reporter. lie had l?en shown
a published fctatement that the time made
in the United .States was very blow com
"we prove the capacity of our locomotives
and road bed to Increase the speed to the
highest limit. But safety i preferred here
to reckless speed. There arc many of us
who would be glad to send our machines
along at the rate of fifty miles an hour if
... .. ij.n , 11 l i.
iue ume laoie would awow it anu laugu ai
th mtj danger, but the rules are strict."
In a compilation of the relative speed of
e fastest trains in the world, it is found
that the limited express on the Iew "iork
f'pntraJ. runniiit? at about 40) miles an hour
(bfctween yew York and Albany), ranks
rotirteentli. 1 lie regular trains on me same
railroad, which average about 35 miles an
hour, are at the foot of the list. Vhat is
known as the ' Flying Dutchman," run
iiinjr from Loudon to Bristol.. Is the train
which travels more rapidly than any other
in the world. It completes a distance of
118 miles, making no stops, in two hours,
making an average of 59 miles an hour. A
which runs between Paddington and
SwiiiJon, England, takes second place. The
,iitance is 771 miles, the time one hour and
, ' . .
twenty-seven minutes, and stops none, and
average speed 53J miles. Germany is also
r t, rin,n,i1
p'S'iic i"" .
bt ween Berlin and Hanover, a train is run
which makes the 1521 miles in three hours
and forty-eight minute3, keeping up an av-
of overSl miles an hour.
The train from London to Peterboro
cornes next, covering 711 miles in 1 hour 29
minutes. This Is on a average of ol miles
Canada is ahead of the United States as far
"peditous railroad transportations is
concerned, a train ou the Canada Pacihc,
from Coteau to Ottawa, making 73 4.10
miles in 1 hur34 minutes, or oO miles an
hour, Including three stops. The Pennsyl
v:ini Itiiilroail run.4 the fa-teit I ruin in tlii4
c-.xiiitry, between Jersey I'ify and Phiiadel
plii.t. a distance of M miles. It make one
toj. and readies its destination in 1 hour
niinute5. Tlie average -r liour is 4s 3-h)
iiiilt-x. Other trains aru us follow: Kii
fl:iiii London to Edinburgh, 399 mile.-, 9
hour-, average 4S miles; Pennsylvania
U.tuud Brook route Jersey Citv to Phila-
, . . r., a . .. . .
d Jj.liia, 89 4-10 miles, 2 hourM, five Mops,
average 44 7-10 miles; Boston to Providence,
..., . .. .. .
4 1 in ile.-j, 1 hour. Jio fctoiw. average 4 1 unit s
New York, Boston anil ProvMein-e, 01
luile- l hour 3o minutes, no btop.4, average
' . ,
41 "J-10 mile-; Grunl Trunk Montreal and
c0eau, 37J mile. -r." niMttes, one top,av
er.-i-'e 4 1 mi le; Canad naU'uci fie - Montreal
Vrk Central Albany to New York IU
UiieH, oo stops, 3j hours, average 41J miles;
Italtiaore A Ohio- Baltimore to Washing-
. ,, . 1 1 , , , .. .
to i 40 miles, 1 hour, one stop, average 40
uiile; IN ew ork to lSew Haven, 4 niih-s,
1 hour, 5 minutes, no stops, average 39 7-
10 ill lies; Boston &. Albany Boston to
iiui,i:s am iioksi:s
ALWAYS OX JlAXb,
(uitranteeil (.oo.! Tniully llontix..
B ith Native an.i ".ili(..riii:ii.,
A I my fUii,le, roriier tlui-n ami I'liiicttKiw t Htreeti.
..il-tl -AlT. J. 4". i l.l i:v.
The Haivaiian Islands.
City Directory of Honolulu.
l.fioa Pi;v Oif r 3.000 Toaiit.
L. P. McKlXXEY V CO., lu Wishers
CD9 Trntj fourth lr-et....
4)4 Montg.imery itreet
Crrrpotilertaid Ak.-dI for Hawaiian Ialkinl-.
U.CoNr.r.os 4: o.,
J. II. C0XGD0X & CO.,
Beaver lilaefc. Qurfu Slreel. Honolulu.
V Bailey, Bran. Oat... l'.utloe, Ouimis. B.-aus, Kir.
tVntervllle nryliu; mul Piu-kiiiir r.). (vlel,rale.j
Table and Iricd Fruits
ParKa Axle brrnvr.
Ja boiet, pail4 ail J baifrN, uhi-li v. i.tl.-r f..r ale at the
luel markri-t j.rV-e.
avtf CWreiilnle lM-e boIk llej.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS
Owners of Sugar Hills.
rilHE VNDERSIf.NEfl ARK NOW HKAIiY TO I X
I. Uertake tbe cooatructkta of
For the Boiler of SiiKr Mills, upon tlie prineiple of th.-lr
Patent, by m hlcli the Wet Trawh ran be burnt with
M wt t-ononaleal and Kllfiaelory Renailta.
Kuruace ljullt in a.-oonluiice with tliLs Tatent nuiy t
Veen In wurkin onler at WaUlier I'Uiiitaliun, Maui, where
they nave been in use tbrouarh the past neaoii. ami where
the fullest itifruiMti.Hi will beafTonled to vfctitor-i.
Informatlun may u1m Im obtained Iri.ni MR. s.
Makee, Hargreaves ic Harrison.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
TI1K NLW AND KLEGANT bTEAMbHIPS
"MARIPOSA" AND 41 ALAMEDA "
Will leave Honolula aad San Fraaciaco oa the
FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each monta.
nic:rvr:ria ..v V t- fhnir names booked In ad
vance by aprlyin at tte office of the Agent.
- .... . . A. - . . .V m.
PAScNotlis tyr ttiis line are cereoy bouci iu-ii. mt;
will be allowed 2W poonda of baggage FKLE by the
Uverlaad Kailway -rhtn traveling East.
EXCCRSIOX TICKETS for round trip, $125 ; good to
return by any of the Cotnpany'a steamers within tfO daya.
SIKPXUNDISE intended for shipment by this line
will be received.f ree of chargeJn the Company's new ware
hoiiv, an.1 receipts i-sued for same. Innarance on mer
chandise in the warehouse will be at ownera' risk.
WlI.bl.tM G. 1RWIX k CO..
ni.tf Agenta O. S. S. Co.
PACIFIC 31 A I L STEAMSHIP fOMP'Y.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
For San Francisco
City of Sydney- ..
.Oa or about December 23
. ..u or aiiont January 20
For Auckland anil Sydney :
City of Syun?y ; On or about liecember 1
AmtralU.. Ou or about Uecember 29
Zealodia On or about January 23
IMIK MKAMKIi "KIXAl"
I 1.1 I.I' KM '11 TlU.V ut 4 I. M-. ti.ui hiiiK at
Itli:mi!i, M.iula.-:. I '.ay, Makena Mutiukua, Kaivuitiae,
IiiiUitlioehoo ainl lili...
H.-l'iriiiui'. will ti.ueh at all the uU.ve purt arriv inir at
lloiioliilu eni-l. Saiuiilay 1. M
'l b.- ' KIXAl' " will l..ve her wharf at 4 1. M.. an.l
N Kl'.KI.iHT WILL LK KKl'KIVtli A11EH 3 1". M.
l.ue ii.iLk-e i-- riven ..1 llin rule. Hint it will le carrl.tl out
ocl If WII.KKR A ( U.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FA VOIt IT K 111 It K
D. C MURRAY.
I SiiKIItt'Oiili Master
Will have ijiii -k li ipjt !. f..r tin- ah-.ve ..i t. F..r Lvi;lit
Or i:isii U.ili t. F. A. MtllAKlKlt A Kit.,
!.; if AKeiit-.
Coiisiijiii'e ll.irk "Spurtan.
nilK 111 H K ' I'Altl AS 1IAVIXH AI'.KIVKU, A
I h.-liit; rea-ly I -Us -I. r-'e -urf, rmn! ;iiee will pir
I-AIITAN 1IAVIXH AI'.KIVKU, ANU
ii rea-ly I .Us -l. r-'e -urf, rmn: ;nee umi piense
eull at th- ulti ,f the A -'.-lit-, .:iy Ireht, au.l get
...-.l.-r-. f..r their k'-'.
AS I l.t: A 'OOIiK.
A CAR D.
Gr O . V O Gr T
DIIltKSTO INMHIM 1ITS C'I'STOMEItS AND TIIK
i'litni.- tliat lie liti-i " tiinnil from his trip tn the
Oi.U WilKI.il. and lias reMiiueil hLs business at
The Old Stand n Hotel Street,
Where lie hopes to see all his old friends aiiin, and to
make many new ones. He has not traveled with his
eyeH shut, and lias brought back v it li liilil lill tlie new
Idi-as of tlie day fr the beiielit of the customers of the
82 lintel Street. Honolulu. n2s-tf
KING & BRO.'S
Klc, Etc,, lite.
STo. lOH :inr Stroot,
, WAY'S P.I.OC'K,:
let-cmiM-r HlU. 1hh:i.
Will Shortly he Pahlished,
BY TIIK I'l'.HPlllKTOHS UK TIIK I'At'IFIC COM
The Honolulu Aliaauar niid Directory,
Tor (he Year or Oar I.cr.l 1HSI,
t uiiLiiaiiK an A stroiiiiiiiieal, Civil and K .vleslastk-ul
Calendar for the Year; an Otn.-i.il and Hii"iii.--s Dirert-iry
of If.niolulu, l-i.-ther xvi'h
FULL STATISTICAL AXO GENCllAL IN
FORMATION RELATING TO THE
As a lar- nr.-ul.ilioii uf liil- li Kik will li iru.iralileed,
business niii will tind it an .-t ll.-i.t ni.liuiii for ad
MR. F. W. WALLACE.
Our authorized At;eiit for iweivinf; adwrttseiUHiits, ill
wait upon our customers and the puhli-e-n rally with
pnyiiectus, et--.. and solicit tln-ln order.
Houolulu. Si'ith Novorulier, ls i. ii2i-tf
1STO. 1, VO.LUAIEIL,
OF TH K
"A.Gllf.l. CHURCH tllHOMCLE "
WILL BE ISSI EIJ
On Saturday, December 1st.
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IS EDITED AND PfBLISUED BY THE KEY.
ALEXANDER MACKINTOSH and the REV.
UEORliK WALLACE, M. A., and Is
A Dltluetljr Keliioiia Magazine.
Devoted to the Interests of Uih CiiristUin C'inm-h throush
out the world. It enibm-.-f-s also thoughts nn IJt-rary,
Si-ientitic and EJucation.il Subjects rem-rally. Hrl;-e
52 50 per annum, IN ADVANCE.
All communications relating tu renewals, susi-riptioUS
and advertisements may le addreksed to
REV. ALEXANDER MACKINTOSH.
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T A srECTAL. SIEETXJttl OF THE STOCK
L holders of the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company,
Held on the 4th iustaiit, it was voted to Increase the
capital stock One Hundred Thousand Dollars, making
the capital stock of the Company Four Hundred Thousand
Dollars; and also that MR. W. H. McLEAX was elected
Treasurer for the unexpired term, rice W. FOSTER,
resigned. J. JR.,
Inter-Islaul Steal MptM Company's
Will run regnlaily for Kona and Kau.
LEAVES nOXOLULU AT 4 P. M. OX
Tuesday December 11 Friday December 21
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU AT 6 P. M.
Tueadar December 18 Friday December 28
CAM EBOX Commander
Lravea Ilosiolailai Every Mdy mt & P. M.,
For Kawiliwili, Eolos. Waimea and Eleele, Kauai. Re
turning, leaves riawiuwUl every ratnrday evening.
Steamer James Makce,
FREEMAN ....." M Commander
Uarri IIoaolalM Erery Tharaday at 3 P.M.,
For Kapaa and Kilauea. Returning, leaves Kauai every
Tuesday at 4 i. at., ana loqcmng at waianae, .both
Steamer C I.. ISisIiop,
Leave Honolulu Every Tuesday at 4 P. St.,
For Kukuihaele. Honokaa and Faauhau. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu every Sunday morning. o-wtf
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
No. 27 Merchant Street,
IlOSOLl l.l'. .11. I.
1 I I M I 1
Houses to Rent.
Cottage of 3 rooms on King stieet, near rvsidi nee of
J. I. lN,Ke.t, K q.; Htahle and carriage house ; Kervantx'
ruoiu, deep I , clijide tiets, etc. Kenial, f V.r per nioiith.
New cottage, corker Klntf and ..lapai streets just
completed ; 6 rutins aud halh; good lot. Kintal, $10
On the Plains, Berelania f-treet, near KuamouLu street ;
house suitable lor small family : stable, barn, a ater, etc.;
lot MiJoo (t-et deep.
On I'uni'hbowl street, 4-rooin cottage, back of Royal
School lot; suitable for fmall family. Kent, $10 per
A cottage on Kiug street, adjoining Reformatory
School, above Liliha street ; I uruit-hed ; contains 4
ltooms; rental, i'-O per month.
On Liliha street, near King, a 3-room cottage, stable
pa ldock, tine gardt-n ou deep lot, with all conveniences
rent per month.
On Einina street. 3 cottages on deep lot; tenant will be
able tu let two cottages to advantage ; will repaiut the
premise ; $40 per month, with water.
Two or three small cottages also to rent, suitable lor
Several choice (double and single rcoun about the
Ou IJIitia street, near School, I have 3 cottages on an
at re of laud ; 4 years' ii ase; sell lease for j35u; rental
to pay monthly, 13 ; rental coming in, per month.
1-ea-e on Queen atieet, adjoining Union Feed Com
pany Warebouxe ; house belongs to purchaser : 14 years'
lease. Mental, 13 per mouth. All entire, building aud
On the corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets, I will rent
part oi floor, size 36x48 ; splendid warehouse rooms.
Also, lot adjoining Honolulu Iron Works, 2Sx4", with
roadway, to lease; splendid opportunity 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 run H years; 3 cottages
ou thu property, limiting jn a rental of i2j per year.
I'.n chaser will own buildings, and cau remove the. smile
at termination 01 lease; rental ol ground, $30 iK-r year
Sell 1'or fl.JOO.
At Kah'.ilui, Maui, along the seashore, I have a 9 years
l.-a-e on a lot 17sxM. A large buildiu:; l,xlS, and aii ell
xtenslou, llxil, with veranda all around is en-cled'
thereon. Uuildlns b loni? to lessee. Building cot l,ot).;
This has been known .is the Kahului Summer Home, and
Is In every way adapted for a Summer Lodging? House.
Will -i ll the leasH and buiidiugs for il.VX'. Rent ot land
only iin a .-ar.
Land For Sale. .
At Kaiaoti, I.ko, Hawaii, I have iflit acies of good land
for taie; -tins troj rrty iu near Mr. C. Along's plantation,
and has Ui-u ailjiuli d splendid cane land ; Itoiul patent
J.141); i-ell for 1,"KSI.
On Si bool and Liliha streets. 1 have two lots with cot
tages cn the sauif to m il ; corner prrinises tu sell, J.r00;
adjoining .remisen, tl,.rx; rental comi ng in, l'JO a ytar.
Wu Euiau Hiri-tt, bttaeen W. R. Castle's aud J. I.y-:-tlt'
propeity (plaius). 1 have a lot l'.uxMu, ruiiUiug
throu-jo tu l.iiualilo street ; sell for f 'J.'io1); sell ou easy
Luiplo meat found for all seeking workou these I. lands
Several trrviuii, male and female, wanted immedi
ately. A dares or apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
Real Estate ttroker. Employment Agent, and General
l;nsiness Aifeut. P t. Box H". iYlt-p!,u;ir- li-, il
Jbletcbant Stre-t, lloiudnlu tl. 1. dl-tf
THE lll).l)ULl Ili0, WORKS 10.
FFKR FOR SALE THE FOLLOW! N IN WVAN
titles to Miit purchasers:
1.10,000 Feet of Iipe,
Com)Msed of (ialvanlzeil Water lipe, from .'a-iti. to S-lueli ;
su-am and Water I'Ipe, from -Iu. ttt 74nch ; "
1.000 fret of US. -inch Artesian Well Caslmr.
The genuine arth-le, direct from. Baltimore. Over 300
Tons ex Spartan and Henry James.
BEST REFINED BAR IRON, all size ; irM Tous to
si-lect from :. .
TANUYE'S 1'ATF.NT HYDR.VI LIC LIFTS fi Tous and
m Tons. -.- - .'j-
EDDY'S WATER TiATKS, with Flanges for Anesian
Wells, from i.lnch to 10-inch a specialty.
IIO0.l I.I IKOV WOfiUN (OMPAXY.
Important to Shipmasters.
Tlie Daily Pacific Coxxebcial Autehtiseb can
be supplied to Shipmasters in Port ou board of
heir vessels every tuorninjj before 3 o'clock.
Terms 25 cents per week.
The Paper Carrier will take orders and collect
Importer & Home Maunfactnrer of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
112 Fort Street, Jnst Above Uvttl St.,
Has lust made large additions to his establishment, and is
now prepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu pub
lic, and residents on the other ' Islands, tbe VEK1
FLVEST of BU3IF.-MAUE & IMPORTED CANDIES,
or all Descriptions. AT VtRY 11EDCCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by efciy arrival. He Guarantee the
purity of his g xds. THE CREAM CANDIES
are a specialty with him. and are made by tbe 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 Makawao.
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
whom it may concern that the Tax Collector for the
DISTRICT OF MAKAWAO, MALI, II. 1..
Will keep his office open for the collection of taxes at the
following times and places, viz:
At the Ceurt-IIoiiae ( Makawao,
On the 9th. 10th, 12tb, loth, 14th, 151h, 19th, 21st, 21th,
27th, 28th and 29tu of November, and on the 13th, 14th
and 15th of December, 1883.
A I Kfokra, Km In,
At the house of Hon J. Karcakele, on the ICth and 17th
At the house of Joseph Kekahuna, ou November 20th.
At the conuting--rooia of AVanaliilii, Esq., on Novembe
2-Jd and 23d.
At the office of the Haitu Suijar Company; on November
At each of the above enumerated places and times the
Collector will be found between the hours of 9 A. M.
and 2 V. M.
PUXTERS 1X11 OTIIEKS
Employing hired laborers, whether contrarted or otlier
wise, are requested to wuil iu to the Collector's Orttce
full and correct lists of the names r.f all those in their
employ whose taxes they are willing to pay, and by so
doing avoid muc h of the trouble, travel, delay and un
pleasantness which otherwise might arise.
x Tax Collector of Matawao.
Lnhaina, October IS, 1833. o27-wtf
BOOTS ASyD SHOES
AIR. CEIR. GERTZ,
XO. HO FOKT STREET,
X.UINCKH TO HIS CISTOMKKS TIIAT-Jj..
lie lias reeeivetl, per Mariposa." a larxeoff J
aatortmeiit f MEN'S, LADIKS', AND C'HIl. fill
SllOKS ANU SLIPPERS.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
iilri- orililo. Hawaii. ISSIt.
fllAX PAYERS IN THIS DISTRICT ARE HEREBY
-I- notified that the undersigned ill commence the
collection of taxi s for tlie current year at his ofllce, up
stairs in the jury-room of the (government Court-house
Tlitu-silay, Xoieiiiber 151 li. lss:.
And will collect a.xes ihroui;h North llilo, w In n the
weather and water ;i the stream will allow him to ko
In conformity with Scetiou 5s of the new Tax Ijivv, all
persons subject to tiixution are reiiiir(d to make payment
of the same to him on or before the the 13th day of De
cember, 1988, or they will become liable to an additional
ten per cent, milled thereto. R. A. LY'MAN,
Tax Collector, Hilo.
November 13th, Ish:!. dl-lt
(OMBflAL AIIVEIiTIHEH (0.,
JJaVINO THIS DAY DISPOSED OF THE PLANT
and good will of the
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
And the JOB 1'RINTIXO P.rSINFSS connected tlieiv-
with, Subscribers and Advi-rtisers, and other customers
ot the oflire, will please tal.o notice Uiat all arrounts
incurred on end a'ttr October 1-t belong to the new
D . LYONS,
.Muuuger I. C. A. V
Honolulu, October 15, 1883
A I. L. BILLS t V K
Commercial Advertiser Co.
FOR ADVERTISING OR SUBSCRIPTION, TO OC-
' TOItER 1ST. 1383.
Must be Settled at Once,
And all bills due by th P. V. A. Company jau .t be pre
sented at the office for st-tllcmelit.
Is called lo to this advertisement, as tho Company de
sires to wind up their bnsineas as soon as possible.
P. C. ADVERTISER CO.,
Her U . LYONS.
T IS REQUESTED THAT ALL COMMUNICATIONS
connected with the business of this paper, or of the
P. C. ADVERTISER
JOBIPitlNTlNG OPUCE, ba aUdr.aed to the under
J. S. WEBB,
Hceolnlo, Cctober 13, 183.
No. 105 and 107 Fori
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, Ilair-doth and
Reps, that they will sell at the lowest j.rices, possible.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have just received by "Suez" a large assortment of
Folding Steamer Chairs that should be inspected by every ono contemplat
ing a sea voyage.
AT LYCAN & JOHNSON'S can be found all of the latest Music just rt
ceived by " Suez," and " Australia."
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a largo assortment of Baby Carriages, Swinging
and Rocking Cradles, Cribs, and high and low Chairs for the little folks.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have some very cheap and some expensive Bed-room
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of small Musical Instru
ments in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of PJANOS and ORGANS
to be found in this Kingdom.
LYCAN & JOHNSON sell n;ore Pianos than nil the other dealers because
they sell cheaper, sell on the installment plan, take old instrument iu ex
change, and lease them allowing the rental to be applied on purchase.
LYCAN & JOHNSON keep everything in the Music line.
LYCAN & LOIINSON 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 Diahes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c.
LACAN & JOHNSON have a large stock of Toys, Dolld, Tool Chests, Doll
' Carriage:;, &c, &.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture Moulding and
Cornice Moulding to be found in Honolulu.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water
Colors, Engravings and Cliromos that they will sell below auction prices.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. Y O. Wood who is tke
only professional house decorator in thia country. 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 .1 JOHNSON uiil furnish e;fni iiife.-i for tlie eoinplcte or j urtiul fur
nishing of residences.
LYCAN t JOHNSON pell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyone else.
LYCAN & .JOHNSON propose to fudl all goods handled by thcin ut only u
lair prom, and not at the high hguies
in Honolulu. '
LYCAN & JOHNSON have the best Sewing Machines for family, and man
ufacturing purposes and sell them at from '20 to br each.
LYCAN & JOHNSON have all goods plainly marked, and will deal justly
by everyone. Answering all of their correspondents and shipping goods
to the other Islands promptly, :md do all iu their power to please in price
J. EMMEIiUTH 8l CO.
5 Huuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.
AGENTS Foil THE
POST OFFICE MOTICE
The General PoHtofllce ia located on tlie curncr or Merchant ami Bethel atrretf, Honolulu. Tit
office in Hoped on all Hawaiian Ilolidnys.
On Sunday, the General Delivery will he open from 7 till 8 A. M., Tor the delivery of Ir-labd
Mails arriving on that day.
On Saturday, the office is flowed at 2 o'clock I. M., fxcrjit on the arrival or drrariure of
etcarner in the afternoon of that day.
Postage Stamps of the following denominations ran be Tmrchafled : 1, 2, 5, C, 10, 12 15 18 25
SO and 100 cents. Also, Postal enrda of 1, 2 and 3 cents each, nnd reply j oslala of rifj 2 centi
All letters and newspapers sent abroad must Lo prepaid by Hawaiian starnpa only.
Letters, or packages, may be registered to any part of this Kingdom, on pay rnent of a fee of
Ten Cents, in addition to the regular postage ; and to any country in the Postal Union on CY
tuent of Fifteen Cents, in addition to the ordinary postage. K '
Packages or parcels of merchandise or other mailable nrtielei, not exceeding four pounds io
weight, will be received and conveyed in tho inter-island mails only, on prepayment of one cent
per ounce postage. Parcels are not mailable to foreign countries (except books only) if ezceedinf
81 ounces in weight. '
Domestic Postal Money Orders will be furnished on application at any of the following mooe
order offices, payable at this or any other money order office named below oo which it ja drawn :
US MALI. '
Foreign Money Orc3Lor.
After the let of January, 1881, application for Money Ordere, payable In the United
States, may be made at any Money Order Office in this Kingdom ; and they win v. H,.n t tbe
General Post Office, Honolulu on ay Money Order Office in fhe United sSe7, of which a li' can
be seen by inquiring at any Hawaiian Post Office. ' wn
Likewiee. Money Orders may be drawn in the United States, after January 1 i884 Mble at
any Money Order Office in this Kingdom. 100' 3
H. Vf. WHITNEY,
Honolulu, October, 1883.
Dissolution oF Copartnership.
rpiIE COPARTXKRSIIIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
L between P. A. liaa and M. A. Oonsalven, nnder the
firm name of DIAS & GOXSAI.VEM, was thb day dis
solved by mutual consent. p. II.M
Af. A. JOX SALVES.
NOTICE 0 OIMRTxr.KSIIIF.
Xotice is hereby Riven -that a copartnerahip has been
this day formed between M. A. Oonsalves and E. Hutch
inson to carry on a Dry Oooda and general bUHlness, ;n
this city, under the firm name of M. A OONSALVES &
CO., who will assume all liabilities of, and collect all bills
due to the late firm of Dlas fc Oonsalves.
nl3-m if. a. gonsaIves & co.
Street, - - - Honolulu.
r M 1 i -iv-r
usually a: ked lor foods in their li
Stovs and Ranges.
KVEUV DESCRIPTION OK
SHEET METAL WARE
On Hand or Made to Order.
Tiniiiiis: PlnniMug, Iteriri, Elc.
Xid Contracted for.
jfegll Water Pipe and Fittings,
Hole Agenta in thene Inland lor the
6 Montague ' Rango
AllSlzi-H In Htoek. Circular and I'rlcea on ap
plication. TTXI lII ION IS Sll.
21 Maney Order Offle.
- Postmaster Ceneral.
A FIRST-CLASS COFFEE SALOON
IVo. IVuiianu iStreot,
finest brand, ct Tobac .V,d ClMrt. and
Ginger Fop an Ice, ran I had at ,11 , ,, Lu iiWl. M'
to io P. ii. Pon't forget th. p, homt fru" M
"tf f-JOUN80II TrorHetor
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