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THURSDAY, NOV. 'J, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Al Sales Iloom, by Mr. Adams tit
10 o'clock, Regular CubIi Sale, nlso
lcaso of store ami noddle horse.
Kiiulcr Garten Biblu Class, at 3.
Tho funeral of the late J. G.
Tucker, from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at -1.
1 American Legion of Honor, 7:30.
THE COINAGE QUESTION.
If the proposed national coins aio
lo be introduced, how arc they to
bo used? Are they to be used in
conjunction w'.lh the United Stales
gold and silver coins, Mexican dol
lars, English sovereigns, &c, that
arc' now in use, or are they to be
used to the exclusion of all other
;,,Tho answer lo this question is a
qcrious one. For it will, no doubt,
affect the monetary values and
business transactions here to a great
' In all other countries
national coinage is used,
it is the
paly legal tender. In tho seaports
of. commercial countries other coins
will be taken, but at less than their
face valuo, and in large commercial
centres arc lo be found brokers who
will biry them for bullion or export ;
but in no case arc Ihcy to bo found,
aft here, passing as legal tender to
an' amount above their
' To those then who have
lalcil money here, in these foreign
over-valued coins, it becomes a
Bcrious question of what value they
will be when the hew coinage is in
troduced. If the new coins arc lo
bo used as legal tender, jointly with
the other coins, then if the' are of
higher bullion value, thoy will be
exported, as rapidly as the Treasury
will issue them, and we shall be pay
ing through the nose for a coinage
winch is not in use in the country,
but for he. purposes of export, tints
benefiting a few wholesale mer
chants. , If, ou the contrary, they
arc. of less bullion value than the
foreign coins used with thorn, the
market price of everything will go
up, and people will more readily
lake foreign coins in payment than
thoy will Hawaiian.
If, however, the new coins arc lo
bo legal tender lo the exclusion of
all other kinds, then, thoy must be
of.U. S. Standard, both for gold and
silver, as by the Coinage Law ; and
every foreign coin in the Kingdom
will simply bo worth its value as
bullion for export. To bo just and
fair to the people, in this case the
Government must call in all the for
eign coins which its edicts from time
to time have given a factitious value,
and exchange them for good .Hawaii
an coins at the rates at which they
have made these foreign coins legal
ly current. And, as it is estimated,
that there is bomething like 82,
000,000 face tabic of coin in the
Kingdom, Ihcy will have a large pro
portion of this in theii hands, which
they 'can only sell or use for bullion
at an enormous depreciation on its
face value. "Wo fancy that the loss
on this phase of the question will
considerably more than counter
balance the delusive profit supposed
J.0 accrue from coining dollars worth
only 00 cents.
IN SEARCHOF A HUSBAND.
One of the Portuguese women
who came over ou the llansa lias
met-with some adventures in trying
to join her husband. She arrived
bcrq with her 3 small children un
able to speak a word of English on
September 9th, and tho only trace
of her husband sho could give was a
dirty scrap of paper, on which his
name -was written in ink to which
tuiothor hand had added ' ' Wailico,
Maul'," in pencil. Sho was scut to
"WaUicc no husband, thence to
Mnksvwao still no husband. Then
Hhc6amc back to Honolulu and
was nct hy tho Secretary "of
tho Hoard of Immigration who
had her wauls attended to,
and finally found out that iicr bus
tyd was working at the Star Mills,
Kohala, nnd was 'still anxiously
awaiting his wandering wife and
children. So on Tuesday afternoon
sho was despatched by the Llkcliko
to meet her husband once more, and
to tell of a'1 her adventures and mis
adventures in her effort to find him
during tho last three months,
The schooner Lukn is being hovo
down for repaiis.
The wharves, which have been
tilled willi foreign vessels for a week
or two, are now beginning to pre
sent their usual empty appearance.
Tho Gcncial Seigcl brought 500
bags of rice.
Tho steamer Jnmcs Makcc will
make the circuit of Kauai this trip.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
"Who felt that of diqui-ko men
tioned in yesterday's "fixer? -and
what was it that caused them to feel
Two young gentlemen go lo lsit
the same fair ono every night
Jealousy and distraction. "Which
will she take?
Tin: wet weather of Tuesday,
which cuhr'iiatcd in a heavy thun
derstorm during tho night, prevent
ed many proposed departures of
schooners and other vessels.
Ocn local authorities seem to,
have given up the" good practice of
having the roads scraped clean, just
as everybody had begun to see the
advantage of it.
Mn. J. U. rvw'Aixn is kept very
busy taking entries for the forth
coming races. AVc predict some
close contests and
after seeing the entries
Tin: welcome rain has gladdened
the hearts of the laro planters, and
turned the Esplanade into a sea of
mud. When wi'l they proceed lo
drown a Cabinet Minister in it?
Tin: Marine Hallway crew arc
practicing daily. Their style, is the
envy and admiration of all the
other competing" crows and is, said
to i bo a treat to look at.
Tin: Custom House otllcials have
raised quite a goodly sum amongst
themselves for the fund now being
raised by the Committee for the
proper celebration, of His Majesty's
Vi: heard from the lcprcscnta-
lives of Ike J res and the Gazette,
that on Tuesday evening a runaway
occurred ,ou Ucrctanin street. No
"Wi: arc informed by tho Secretary
of the" Hoard " of Immigration that
there arc still two Portuguese wo
men' waiting at the depot to bo em
ployed as domestic servants. They
arc botli desirous of employment.
Application may be sent into to the
Secretary of the Board of Immigra
tion at once.
"Wi: see that Mr. J. S. Webb,
formerly editor of the Advertiser,
lias issued a card announcing that
ho has opened an office as Agent,
Accountant and Marine Avcrago
Adjuster, at 0(5 Fort street. Wo
feel sure Mr. Wcbb'8 business repu
tation will gam him many clients,
and, from our own knowledge, wo
can assure then their business will
be in capable and gentlemanly bauds.
Bpcclal for tho Daily Jlullctln,)
Mdlle. Fcyghino was unques
tiounblo flighty, nnd would have put
an end to her existence quand memo,
Sho never rccovorcd from her fiasco
at tho Fraucuis, and, in default of
drainatio fame, sought other Jaurols.
Ilor liaison with tho Duo do Morny
was a very commonplaco affair j a
small hotel, a few diamonds, and a
carringc, and tho bargain, was com
pleted. There- was no bitoh, thing as
lovn about it. But sho found the,
golden fruit too bitter, and moral
remorse, added to disappointed am
bition, drove hor to tho coitp do
, 'Your contributions to our cduea
tibual cstaVlibhiuenta Uuv' arrived."
I hnvoliot seen them yet, but I hca1'
they arc not going to waste much
time in Bight-seeing, but will go to
their ultimate destination nssoon as
Amongst Cctowayo's suite was a
yoitutr man named Lazarus Xnba,
who acted as native interpreter.
This young mnn is the son of a Zulu
farmer, and was educated in Natal.
Ho, possesses, great influence over
Cctcwayo, who deferred to his ad
vice in all that he did. In all pro
bability we shall hear of this young
man again, for ho is evidently des
tined to play an iniporlnnt part in
tlic futr'c history of Zululand. He
is most anxious above all things to
establish n business connection be
tween Englniul and Zululand, and
immediately on his return home he
stales that he will call together the
more wealthy of his coonlrymeii
with the view of carrying out his
Everyone, I have no doubt, re
members tho last flash of Swift's
mighty intellect before it sank for
ever into darkness:
llt'lCHtlUltW II 111 (Kit (if llloll SU11K',
lleio Itlxh wit h hccii;
WlK-n lHitlilnnV left tlmt'H woitli (Ivd-ncu
'X'liuy build u mugiusiiiu.
Has not Ireland furnished us
within the last week another proof
of- this same sense and wit? Mr.
Gray, being hard and fast in prison
at Dublin, is presented with the
freedom of six other towns by Uiosoj
marvellous countrymen of this?
Lord Shaftesbury is of opinion
that "the excesses of the Salvation
Army nrc producing great irrever
ence of thought, of expression, mid
of action, turning religion into a
play, and making it grotesque." His
lordship is not alone in that view of
the performances of " General "
Booth and his rampant hosts. An
"army" whose "olliecis" cause "a
campaign" to be advertised in this
fashion Monday, Salvation Chargo ;
Tuesday, .Great. Exhibition of Halle
lujah Lasses ; Wednesday, Eire and
Brimstone, &c. ; and Sunday,
Descent ofthc Holy Ghost, Tremen
dous Ercenud Easy, Great Charge
of the Devil and Hallelujah Gallop,
deserves a severer lcbuke than that
bestowed upon it by tho peer who
has devoted so much of his life to
the promotion of tho material and
spiritual welfare of the poorer class
es. But, passing from tho lowest t6
the highest, may it not bo asked
whether within the pale of tiic
Church of England ono docs nol
often witness scenes which are cal
culated to produce great irreverence
of thought, expression, and action,
turning religion into a play; and
making it grotesque.
JO" Ex Zealandia, Gents fine
Tweed Suits, atClms. J. Fishcl's.
G57" Good unbleached cotton
1-1 yards, for only 8 1.00, at Chas.
J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery House.
JUaT-lOOO yards of Quechoo all wool
flannel, froin'Jiocts. up, at Chas..!.
Fishcl's Leading Millnery House.
OSJWhitc open front shirts, at
Chas. J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
Al Ids AValkiki residence, 7:30 v.m.
on Nov. 8!h, J. O. Tucker, of paiulysis
Oi Ihu heart. EST The funeral will
lake place this afternoon tit -1 i'.m.
from St. Andiew's Cathedral.
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Way, Thursday,
Regular Cask Sale.
At 10 o'clock a. ni.,
at Sales Room,
Al 12 noon, by order of J. A. Dhiz,
Tho Lease of the Store ,' ,
formerly occupied by M. O. Corrcn,
on Hotel direct.
Tho lease has 27
months to run,
1 FINE SADDLE HORSE,
well broken, Htiitnblu for a liuly.
E. P. Adams, Auctioneer;
This Day, Thursday,
Sale of Book Debts !
7r, E, P. Adams is instructed by Mr(
Morris llyiunn to cell al public auction,
at Bales' Iloom, this day, Thursday, Nov.
Dili, ut 12 o'clock noon,
yTJIE BOOK DEBTS
of iVko, deceased.
CGTPluin Sateens nil colors, at
Chas. .1. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
Santa Glaus' Headquarters.!.
Tho undersigned has closed his
Fort Street Store,
to prepare his
AUTISTIC STATIONERY, "
Flue Leather Goods,
Arlolypcs und Photo. Art Goolc,
TOYS AND NOVELTI12S.
On WATUKDAY NlSXpC,
at 0:110 a. m.
211 at TJioh. . TJu'iim.
Arrival of the Second Lot
BAILEY & Go's
Great 10 Cent Store.
, . Immense stock of ,
'' ' HOLIDAY OOODS, &c,
Consisting of mure than i
Is cxpcclid bu or ahoul tho 2Cth Inst.
BAILEY & CO.
103 Fort f.t.
One New Basket Phaton,
Complete in cveiy rcttpcel, with tho-vcry
211 lv ' ' G. "WEST.
DU1JING my temporary nlwcnrc from
this Inland, Mr.' A. 0.uTi;Mii;itn
will net for me under a mil Power of
240 CHAS. J. FISIIEL.
TXT ANTED, Immediately, Nurse airl,
T V to, tnkc. caro of 3cliihlrcni i Ail-i
a. o. f. Court ltjnalilo,
THE Offlccrrf and' Memhors of thp
above Lodco arc lurouy notilled to
attend the next Itegular Heeling,
On Tuesday, November 14th, 1882,
at 7:110 p. 111-,
In the Knijrltts of Pythins Hull, as there
will ho business of great importance.
Visiting Brethren are cordially in.
vited to attend.
By order, '
E- A. HART,
240 lw Chief Hanger.
3?cr Stmv "Suese,"
1U Foit Street.
IOK SALE, ut Ciiveiiagh's Agency,
I1 88 King street:
1 Good Milrh Cow, calf nt foot,
1 California Cow, superior breed.
1 Quiet fiaddlo Horse trial given
will carry a ludy. , 231)
FOUND, 11 double-end Freight Boat
22 feet long. Tho owuur,cin huvd
tho fumq by proving, property and pay
ing expenses. Apply to tho 1st Mute of
tlm ship Hope. 230 3t
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL, No. 08!)
Amcrinui Legion of Honor, will
meet this Thursday Evening, ul 7:30
o'clock, in Kulchts of Pytliius' Hull,
Cumpliull's Block, Fort Btreet. A full
atteuduuee Is rclucstcd.
1JM ' , . W. J. Lownti:, Sec
A GENTTirs'U MEDAIi.
DR. Do FltlES, '
deuce and .Icdlciil Itooms and
Stables, near tho corner of Victoria St.,
on Berclaula sliceUi
Cure- all kinds of T)umb Animals.
All Horses nud Ciittlo perfectly cured
or no coiiiiiuiisatlou asked.
My Dlplmnii wuswuitcd by the "Loy.
den" University, at Holland.'
JSPLeuvo orders at J. E Wiseman's
Olllce, H.erchunt street, or ut my resi
dence. , . 230 lm
- If you want to seo tio
Largest Stock of Leather
In tho Kingdom,
Ho tp VZ tyiccn Htrcct.
If you wnnt to seo
Tho Best Quality of loathor
In tho Kingdom,
Jo io 12 Quceu Mtrcet.
' If joti wrtntto
Buy Loathor at tho Lowost
Prices in the Kingdom,
o to 4'A ftneen Mtrect.
If you wont lo Buy the
Best Quality of Groceries
. ,., In the Kingdom, . .. . .
o to -lie tuccn Htrcct.
If you want
More for your Money
tli'in jou enn buy elsewhere in
G-o to 42 Queen St.
' M. W. McCltKSNEY &, SON.
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Millinery & Fancy Articles,
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Received by every steamer.
Old Established Millinery Establishment,- -181
103 Fort street. "'ly
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OWNERS, of Ileal Estatorlll always
llnd it to their ndvaiilngo to place
Hit lr houses and lands in.my.cHro for,
disposal, us I am tho only acknowledged
Real Etatc' Broker on tlii Islands, ' F'
. A.rpntu finrl TMnnlnre nnd 11 At1.v.tn..
ployers of meehnnlcs nndlnbercrs lyiH
do well to notify ino when' Vacancies oc:
cur. 1 ,' '
Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages,' and
all other legal paners drawn in proper
JtillM Collected, "
Books nnd accounts kept, ' '
Custom entries, ' '
Letters and Engrossing doncV
and general business ofllco work of
every description attended to nnd always t
on the most reasonable terms. , 4
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,,,' ',
Ofricc'27 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 172. P. O. Box,(315.:.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TQ (
all persons that nt a meeting held
Oct. 21st, 1882, 1 of subscribers to the
stock of tho Onomca Sugar Co., it was
voted lo accept uChniter6f Incorpora
tipn granted to them und their associates
and successors, under tho corporate name
and stylo of the Onomcu Sugar Co., on
the 20th day of October, 1882, 'and that
the corporation, under said Charter,
thereupon organized Itself and elected
Ithe following numrd olllcers of ' the
S L AUSTIN' President ' ' '
J AUSTIN Vice-President
P 0 JONES, Jn Secretary
OH ROSS Treasurer
J O CARTER -..Auditor
Notice is further given that pursuant to
the terms of saidCharter, "No Stock
holder shall individually bo liable for
tho debts of tho corpornflon beyond tho
amount which shall bo duo upon the
shuro or shares held or owned by him. '
frelf. P. O. JONES, Jn.,Bec'y.".
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all persons that nt a meeting hold
on the 21st day Oct., 1882, of subscribers
to'tho stock of tho Paukaa Sugar Co., it
was voted to accept a Charter of Incorpo
ration granted to them und their nsso.
elates nnd successors, under the corporate
nnmo und Rfylo gf thoTnukua SugnrCo.,,.
on tho 20th day of dct., 1882, and tliat
tho corporation, Under said Charter,'
thereupon organized Itself and elected
the following numed officers of .the
J. Austin .Vresidcrt t, v
8. L. Austik. . .... -Vice President, ,r
P. O. Jonus, Jn...Sec'y &; Trcusurer,
J..O. CutThiti Auditor,
Notice Is father given that pursuant
lo tho terms of said Charter, " No Slock,
holder shall Individually bo llublo tor
tho debts of tho porporatinn beyond the ,
amount which shnll be due 'upon "the
shnro or sllnres hold or owned hi
gas ' J'.l. Jone, Jn, foc'y?-
T"WO OFFICES, TO LET, on tho ace
ond iloor of thu bulldluL' occupied -by
J, W. KobciUou & Co ' m
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