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She ; Igtilldin,
'fi .THURSO VY. SEPT. 11, 18S2.
Tin: a&Y's Doraos.
I' E. 1". Adams' Regular Cash Sale,
Tat 10 a.m.
-' Furl street Votry
Blbilc Class, 15 v.M.
-j Ilmvn'inu Council, Amciican Lc
-K'iou of Honor, 7:;i0.
H:C!H PPvIOS rOHBEEF.
In nothing lias the cost of living
toewasod more of late years than in
!. H.mi of butcher's meat. This
xu'iy lie clue part 'y to decrease of
cattle by the drought of three or
four yours ago, and partly to in
crease of demand. Hut these two
causes combined do not aullicienily
u"cmuil for present rates. Fifteen
cents t pound, with a rumor ailoat
of a still higher rise, is a stilt price
for poor families with small incomes
to pay. The breeders and raisers
of stock have been credited with
dispropoitionnte advance of lirst
ooit; but inquiry at the proper
fiourees convinces us that the butch
ers are junking more than their fair
bliarc of proiits. "What they pur
chase wholesale for seven or eight
cents they arc retailing at fifteen
cents. After allowing a large mar
gin for expenses ami reasonable pro
lit, they ought certainly to furnish
consumers at, a lower rate than the
prevailing one. As the hide and
tallow of an animal are worth eight
or ton dollars, these should be eon
bidered as yielding a sullicient profit,
provided the beef is sold at prices to
cover original cost and expenses.
We do not object to people who wish
to indulge in luxuries being com
pelled to pay high tor them; but
ueceuries should be placed as low
as possible. Everybody admits that,
Veef is a necessary.
Own daily contemporary accuses
us of inventing the rumors of the
disruption in the Ministry. We cm
phaticall7 deny it, and in proof wc
have only to say' that our space is
too limited to call for fabrications to
lill it, we can get enough without
that. And if its representatives
would circulate a little more and
leave off the fabrication of letter
supposed to bo from the outside pub
lic, they would find out that the
rumors come from those who are
knoivn to be outwardly the strongest
supporters of the Ministry, mid
therefore may reasonably be sup
posed to know what they say.
n imr..rK.ir..'.r Aftf t
Tie Cmue of the Sappho.
After a rough passage up the Ha
waii Channel she arrived off liana
at 11 o'clock on the evening of the
20th August. Karly next, morning
she entered the port of liana, being
the lir-t man-of-war that had entered
thatpoit. After landing the Com
missioners she steamed out to look
for a sunken rock a few miles oil
fchore ; having found it and located
it on the ehait she proceeded to
Jia'aiikona on the following day, and
remained there two days, while Cap
tains Clark and Haley with some of
i ho (iillcer.-. visited Kohala. On the
:-,ic siameu to Kawamae, ami
i re or liilo the same evening,
" vLr.iv.ug on the morning of tho 2Glh.
O.i lite 2ih Captains Clark and
llvVy and some of the officers visit
', tid i.. us volcano, and returned on the
3Jf-t. During that day target liring
way piuctiscd, much to the amuse
ment, an I delight of the citizens of
Hiin, who were especially delighted
by ti:e liring oi shells from the big
gun-:. On the evening of the 1st
September, just before dark, the,
'w anchor was weighed, the Commis
veionors were- taken to Punaluu. The
t Sappho is the lirst man-of-war Unit
litt" vidited Punaluu. After landing
M.ti r Wodehousc and Mr. Clcghorn
tho """ippho went on to Kaalualu and
arte n,ed theie, remaining till thu
i evv. uj of the 4th and then leaving
lor Iv-ma, nnchoiirig iu Kaawaloa
jfe lie, .u'.it morning. The captains,
,K o!iV. i iys nt.d guests landed here and
-'. viviv.-d Cook a Monument and tho
' various places of interest in Konn.
" .In tho evening the vc'atl started
suiross tho Channel for Lahaina,
, Waul, arriving at 10 a.m. on Ih 6th.
The Commissioners and Captain
Haley landed here. Captain Clark
landed and called on His Ex.
Gov. Doininis, who returned the
call the same forenoon. At ft p.ji.
left Lahainu and came down the
Channel under canvas, and proceed
ed to Iarl Hivcr, and anchored off
it next morning. Here again, the
Sappho is the lirst man-of-war that
lias anchored there. Captain Clark
and the guests with some of the
ollieers went iu the steam launch to
the head of the lagoon and landed
for a few minutes to inspect a large
lice mill run by water power: return
ing down the lagoon to the ship, the
anchor was weighed and the Sappho
proceeded under easy steam to
Honolulu harbor. 1 ho Sappho had
been placed by the Admiral at the
disposal of IWujor Wodehousc, who
invited Mr. Clcghorn to accompany
him. The guests were genuinely
gratified by the courteous treatment
received at the hands of the Captain
Wuo is it that keeps an ejc on
that whiskey every night on the
A new second hand Phieton for
sale at Phil. Stein's Carriage Shop.
Riik or green bananas, of superior
quality and in any quantity, can be
procured at the Industrial and Re
A South Sea Islander at AVnikapu,
Maui, fell down a precipice while
goat-hunting, and was found dead
side by i.ide with the goat.
His Majesty has received a quan
tity of goods by the Hansa. Among
them, wc hear, arc four or five
packages of tents.
Tin: last section of Wilder it Co's
Marine Railway is nearly finished.
It will soon be boarded up and
launched probably during the latter
part of next week.
Mn. F. W. Damon gave an en
couraging account of his mission
amongst the Chinese on the other
islands last night at the Bethel
Tjin political outlook from a color
ed citizen's point of view: "It's al
ways peace and contention- without
any just cause or impediment what
soever." Mussrs. Dillingham fc Co. have
just received ISO nests of coronation
tubs and 200 dozen ditto buckets.
What are they for? To hold the
It iu said that some lunas carry
what arc called "black snake"
whips. Is there any law which
allows the use, of these instruments
on contract laborers.
It if high time to have those steps
removed from the doors of shops on
the tipper end of Niiuanu street.
The footpath ought not to be allowed
to be diminished by any such ob
structions. And with our imper
fectly lighted streets some one will
be injuring themselves seriously over
them before long.
The g.iy and bold marine and the
festive tar am enjoying themselves
in their own peculiar way. Fights
are. of daily occurrence. The other
day as one of the jovial sons of Nep
tune was being led off to the station
house on horseback he quietly
slipped off and disappeaied before
the guardian of the peace discovered
it. Whether the horse was incar
cerated or not, we do not know.
Commenting- upon our report of
the shooting ense at Maui, a friend
tclla us that there is a strong suspi
cion amongst the Chinamen that
they don't get justice. And that
Rev. Mr. Grosser tho Church of
England clergyman at, Wailtiku,
having allowed the Cliincse who
i on mo down thorn to comu into his
garden and icst, the lunas present
..lli-cnrl inl cwitv nl him in fi lent.
Co:.ij;.AiNTH are being made of the
mb IL minearHllmt it
era. il appears Hint it
thing fo' many of them
i express drivers
! is a constant
to endeavor to over-charge and to
bo insolent when their attempted
swindling is detected. It is within
everyone's power to check this by
compelling tlicm to produce their
rates of fare which tlicy arc required
to do, by law, on demand. It ap
pears to that these attempts are
made mostly on strangers and those
who are not acquainted with our
Auction Salon by E.P. Adams
This Day, Thursday,
Sept. 11, ut 10 o'clock a. m.
At Sales Room,
Regular Cash Sale!
Also, to close com ignmc nts, cs bark
10 tons barley,
1 case bacon, 0 cases saloon bread.
fi ewes soda crickers,
C cs Oat meal,
lies Graham Flour,
"i tins uic lino crackers,
9D tins asso'rted cracker?,
DO tins extra soihi ciackcra.
A small lot of Furniture,
One Exprcs Wagon, Two Horses,
One set Single Harness,
One set Double Harness
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer.
Groat Sale of Stores
Ex steamer IIana,
Friday, September 15th,
at 10 o'clock a m.
AT THE STfvlR. WHARF
Esplanade, will be sold :
Australian Beef In 2 anil 0 lb tins,
Scotch Oatmeal. Pearl Barley,
Corn Flour, 1 lb this. Pea Soup, y lb tins
Patent Hurley and Groats,
Extra. Beer lb tins,
Tapioca, Sao and arrow roots 1 lb tins
Mustard, Salt in bags, Lime Julee,
Pepper, Linseed Meals. Vinegar.
Biscuits, Split Peas, Flour, Beans,
Sugar. Molas?c, Gi'd Coffee, chest Tea
K:il.ins, Gin, Petroleum, Bek'ts Lard,
Bags Rice iu Bond, Tobacco,
Surgical Instruments, Medicine Client,
Medicines, Condensed Milk, Claret,
Port Wine, Champagne, Soap,
Knives and Fork?, Ten & Table Spoons
Sponge Cloths, Seoops, Lamps,
Am 1 lour, 2 Gallerv with ovens,
10 )00 Gallon Iron Tanks,
,J W .1 II il
Shovels, meal choppers, hammers,
Chisels, padlock", check numbers,
Scrub hrmhcs tin measures,
Funnels, ladles, camp kettles, brooms,
Water bottle;, dt inking mugs,
Badni, pans bui kcts, plates tubs,
Jackets, shirt-, 1 Hawaiian Emign,
Potatoes, Saidlues In bids,
Bbls Fish, Maekerel, Onions.
Olive Oil in bbls, Garllc.slicds & rillows
Cover ids, 1 Large Iron Steam Tank,
Tiler, J.ot of Old Lumber, Spars &c.
E. I. An ms. Aucliouf-cr,
TASTED FIRST- CLAS-S EN-
f t G1NEEH. to run a sugar mill,
101 lw Apply to C. BREWER & Co,
FOUND TWO SMALL l'JGS run
nlng loose in the yard of a resident
on Kitloukahita Plains." Tho owner can
have them on provinjj property and pay.
In tr Jor this advertisement. Apply to
1!)1 lw .1. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
Just Received ex Kalaka.ua,
ONE HUNDRED C.N.SES
of superior iptality.and for sale in ijuan
titles to suit, by
101 lw F. A. BCIIAEFEK & Co.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL, No. (18'J
Aiuasican Lc&ion of Honor, will
meet this Tlntrtdav Evening, at 7:!;0
n'oloak, in Kniidits of Pythias' Hull,
Cimpbell's Block, Fort street. A full
a tendance is requested.
101 W. J. Lownii:, Sfe.
FOR SALB OR LEASE-A
fiHtywixP'0''0 utiimlni; and uuthomes
-C'-r-ji-nj..... , .. .. . ,. .
&. JUitrfn l lint desirable store for
occupied bv L, Tmntr, at Waiohimi,
Hawaii. tor piiilliuiiars apply to L.
Turner, Walohinu; or to A. b. Clehorn
& Co., Honolulu. K)fl lui
rPnEimdcrM;rni'd will pay lull murlict
X Rnte.i X'".' Jdiiircs of Stock of
Tho Hawaiian Eell Tolophono Co.
W. O. SMITH & Co..
Honolulu. Auir. .. 177 tf
! WANTj:n-n-v n GERMAN GIRL,
yy ,t sinirttlon in a privnu. family.
A.j,p.y at ivc ui Berotanla i treei IPS'Jt
That tho SUN FLOWER when com.
ing out in a NEW role of
NOT TELLING THE TRUTH,
to make It NEW should have dropped
That the Waikikl Hangers will uot
built at the Government Factory on
King street, as tho " BOSS" will ride all
That GENERAL MEELE has not lid.
den over any of the BOYS.
That it is not true that the SUN
FLOWER has agreed for the coiuddera.
tloii of all the Board of Health work to
go to Fisheunan's Point and let the pa
tients sou him taking it for grained
that ouc look would phioic them enough.
That the SUN FLOWER says hcncTcr
learned the trade as a
but is prepared to furnish the " BOSS"
with all the Soft Soap necessary for the
That one of the Government Survey
ors in a BROWN STUDY has discover.
cd that Honolulu is just the centre of the
.artu'i) circumierence, and a man that
travels East around to Honolulu will
travel just as far as a man that Elari.t
West and comes hack by the Suez. The
"BOSS" proposes to start two Hawaiian
Youths each way with a properTUTOR,
to test the question- The EXTRA scs
sion of the Legislature to appropriate
the necessary funds.
That the Ark built for the "BOSS"
frightened horses on Fort street, as they
tool; it to be part of the Marine ltnil v.av
That MERINO Is not the only cloth
that docs net lit tho
BODY POLBTIC !
That the Government Shop is on King
That the price of Opium has advanced
since there is :urh a MORRILL tone to
the Custom olllcials on the beach.
That the owner of the Factory on Fort
street will never bo as PORTLY as the
SUN FLOWER, as he has HUNGER
with him always.
That tho SUN FLOWER, in his tra
vels in the INTERIOR, beat around
the BUSH for work, and got it nor wa
he TRIPPED. A Wilder man once told
me in the 1NTERIOK that the depart
ments were running for the public.
That it is not so that the " BOSS "
pays anyone speaking ajrainst him will
ha've a Government PARK fall on him.
and before he hears the FIFE blow he
will be BUOKELED too tigbtto squeal.
That the voung man in Thrum's Is a
STATIONERY young man, but the
PRESS is ALIVE and MOVING.
That it doci not pay to start to mop
the floor if the mop is greater than the
That the "BOSS" in rehearsing his
Coiouulion Speech drew tears from the
Statue of Kamehameha 1st.
That Slntue No. 1 did not wipe his
eyes for the want of a hand.
That it is not true that the Coroner
has ordered for the CORONATION,
from the SUN FLOWER, twenty Hand
Caits to be med as ambulances.
That Dr. CRUSO has examined thu
"BOSS" and has pronounced hU
EIEAKT WELL on the militaiy craze.
That the Troops sleep on their arms,
which is bad for a FREE CIRCULA
TION. That tho SUN FLOWER will be
mounted on the Pedestal in front of
Alilolanl Halo on that day a iivin;,
Statue copied from the Greek lioldliur
a Bucket of SOFT SOAP. .
That Concentrated Lve is the base of
That two thousand pairs of Gloves will
bo wanted. WHO has tho contract to
fill those Gloves ?
That "BULLION" will present the
" BOSS" with a Gobi Snuff Box, so that
ho may throw more SNUFF into Ma.
That dame Roumer has It that the
Coronation will conic ofTOcioho" 1 -1, a"
the " BOSS " tays more SPIRIT will hi
eufused into the Natives on that day.
That Pi-lam Knott ii working nb;l:i
and day In his backyard on decointion ,
and ni.vs it i better for the trade than
two TIN WEDDINGS.
That the "BOSS" says all this talk
about the wivtc of public money on th:it
day lis uncalled for. Col. SHEKELS
will dritvv hU cheuk for tho amount on
Urn Hunk (Si,:J.noo,000 capital, liiubcl
That fo- everything on Wheels take
lloiaro Grcely's advice, GO WEST
young man, GO WEST I
1M No. 70 Queen Strr cr.
FFER FOR SALE, goods received
ex bark Ohcron, and other recent
Coal, Sugar, & Itico Bags,
PonVc B:itrs. TIeihlniH.
Buincll's patent l-polnted Barb Wire,
Smooth Fencing Wire annealed;
1. R. Garden Hose,
Ornamental Water Sprinklors, now,
Brussels Cm pets, Kug and Mats,
China Matting, Cocoa Malting,
Brush Mats, India Rubber Mats,
Marine Field cfc Opera Glasses
Colored Wrapping and Printing Paper,
I Upright Cottage Piano, of Auchcr
1 Superior Square Piano, of IUchard
Lipp & Son, Stuttgart.
mimi uim Alio oiber wim
Liquors and Liqueur?,
Genuine Manila Cigars,
Further to arrive, per bark Kale, due in
all September, afresh
Supply of Pilsonor Boor,
in quarts and pints.
Further to an lve, per bark Imacos, from
New York, due this mouth,
Household Sowing Machinso,
Matches, in tin, &c &c.
For rale by
1SG ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co
SB-3ARES OF STOCK
yy Shares East Maui Plantation Co.
10 Shares Kohala Sugar Company.
!!0 Shares Princeville Planlatiou Co.
50 Shares Wailuku Sugar Co.
HO Sharer. Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Wll. O, SMITH it Co.,
Honolulu, Sept. 11. I'O
Ex Lady Larapson,
0 COTS' WOOL BUCKS.
1 Spanish Mtriuo Buck,
1 Southdown Buck,
7 Southdow n Buck Lambs,
a Southdown Ewe Lambs.
1M.1W A. W. BUSH.
Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ITtOR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
. T'LEMKN, with all the convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Booms arc large and well ventilated.
Torms, Strictly Moderate.
Corner of Hotel and Alakea btrcets.
7" ANTED, A Smart active BOY.
VV Applv to Bailey & Co's Great
Ten Cent Store. 187 tw
fOST Between Nuuanu and Fort
J street!", a Morocco bat; containing
a timeline dies! pattern ami a thimble.
npWO OFFICES TO LET. on the fee
X ond Moor of the building occupied
by J. YV. Rohcitsuu A. Co iyj
J ILLIAM AULD, Agent to
P uiko Acknowledgments to Con.
tr.iets for Labor for tho District of Kona
Island of Oahu, at thcVolllec of the Hono--lulu
"Water YVorkn, foot of Nuuanu st.
VTOTICE On anil after the 1st day of
x October neM, all Outstanding Ac
count. will be prcicutetl at the end of
N.B. Cash pales of over f?".00 will re.
eeive the nsual discount of i per cent.
A.M. M ELLIS, 101 Fort St.
Honolulu, Sept. , HW2. 185
riOU SALE, a MULE C A It T ,
X Apply to
10L' H. Haekfeld ij Co.
jnoit SALE, at I'nhaln, Kau, Hawaii.
The Hawaiian Agriiailtiind Company
having put in n Kail Road, will ucll
10 FIRST CLASS
For particulars apply to D. Filter, Mana
ger, nt Kku; or
C. BREWER & Co.,