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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale, nt Soles Iloom,
by E. P. Adams, nt 10 o'clock.
Reception nt lolnnl l'alacc, from
10 to 11:30.
Torchlight procession, from Arm
ory, nt 7.
Knights of Pythias, 7:80.
Ikthol, prayer meeting, 7:!50.
Fort st. Church, prnycr meeting,
St. AihIi-cw'b Cathedral, nsnnl
THE ASYLUM ROAD AGAIN.
Candor compels every fair-minded
man to admit the unreasonableness
of- expecting the Government to
'make bricks without straw," but
there- is no unreasonableness in ex
pecting the Government to proceed
with the making of "bricks" as
'rapidly as the- "straw" becomes
available; and as "straw" is now
coming into the tax collector's ofllco,
it would bo very gratifying to dwell
ers in the locality of the Lunatic
Asyluin to see si few "bricks" laid
on their mnkc-shift-for-n-rond.
The people who arc so concerned
in this matter nro not blind to the
fact that there arc other people and
'other roads in other parts which
need and clamor for attention ; but
they consider they have a first
claim, parti' because their road is
in si worse condition than most
other, if not all other, raids
throughout the district, and partly
because nothing ever lias been done
. for their road bj' the Government,
past or present, and they have an
idea that they arc entitled to the
A visit to that neighborhood and
a superficial inspection of the narrow
nnd miry passage that leads to it, a
few days ago, convinced us that the
residents had good reason to be dis
satisfied. At the time of ojur visit,
just after tlio heavy rains of last
icek, n large portion of the so-called
road was nothing but deep pools of
thick mud, through which it was ex
tremely diflicult for one horse to
draw' an empty express. The depth
may be judged when wo state that
at one spot, close to Mr. W. Aus
tin's gate, the wheels of an ordinary
passenger cniringc, with nobody in
it except the driver, sank to within
six inches of the nxlc.
Inquiry of people in the neighbor
hood elicited the information that
all the making nnd repairing done
up to the present time have been
effected by private parties at their
own expense, and that these parties
have at different times filled up the
worst holes with stones, nnd other
wise, cssaj'cd to render the thorough
fare traversable ; but they have iu
dulgcd the expectation that the pre
sent administration will afford
them some help, and they arc now
anxiously awaiting fulfilment.
It is to bo hoped, for the sake of
the Government Institution the
Lunatic Asylum located at the
terminus of tlio road referred to.
nnd for the sake of the many hard
working tax payers in the same
locality, that the authorities will
favorably consider this case, and
devote a little of the "straw" now
being stacked in the collector's
office to making a few "bricks" for
the purpose above indicated.
VHOSE IS THE CREDIT ?
If there is anything which proves
the ability of former administrations
it is the P.O. A? editorial of yes
terday, giving such a nourishing
report of tlio country's prosperity. It
is the force and vitality which former
Ministries gavo to our political and
commercial affairs, which is not yet
crushed. If, however, the present
Ministry is in ofllco two years from
iioW) and the country is as flourish
ing and as improved in proportion
as it ought to be, then tho Ministry
can tnkc credit to theiiisclvcs and
not till then.
PROGRAMME FOR TO-MORROW'S
The entries for the races on
Thursday are as follows :
1 King's Cup. Yacht race, 5
entries, Sarah, liestlcss, Ivnhihi
laiii, Knholomua and 1'aulinc.
2 Two-oared boats, 2 entries.
Qucon Kiniiia and lino Kalnuwni.
3 Liliuoknlani Purse. Barge
race, 2 entries. Kapiolailchua and
" 4 tfouolulii Purse, Canooftet',
1 entries. Lapnkhhoc?; Lelcanac,'
Kokcauihalacn and Iwalaiii.
0 Public Puree. "Whale-boat
race, 3 entries.' Mniholn, Kckoa
and Sea llrcczc.
C Kniulani Purse. Four-oared
Gig rnco, 3 entries. Pualii, Queen
Emilia and Kcd-'Whitc-nnd-Dlue.
7 Amateur Purse. -1 entries.
Milia, Kapunnla, Kapiolnnl and Ka
uoclani. 8 Swimming race, 5 entries.
Kapulc, Nalialelaau, Kapalico, Opu
and J. Iloopii.
9 Yacht race, 2d class, C entries.
Pauline, M.D., .Sea Waif, Mabel,
Emma nnd Pumpkin Seed. .
10 Single Scull race, 2 entries.
Kcuetnko nnd "Way Up.
11 Queen's Cup. 3 entries. Mi
lia, Kapuaala, Kunoelanl and Kapio
Inui. 12 Sailing Canoo race, 10 entries.
Ulakoheo, Kalilii, Makanikoac, Mn
lrilo, Acko, Onward, Iwalani, Kcati
miki, Puakauwahi and Kilauca.
13 Likelikc Purse. Six-oared
Gig race, 3 entries. Kapuaala, Mi
lia and Knuoelaui.
11 Diving Contest, 3 entries.
Peleliu, Kahonu and Kaauhnu, all
15 Canoe Tug-of-war, C entries.
Kapuukolo, Kikihalc, Kipukohola,
llanakauwnli, Uila and Fish Market.
1G Tub race, -1 entries. Puo
winn, Leahi, Pai-ai and Honolulu.
17 Swimming Tug-of-war, 5 en
tries. Kukaulalii, Nalialelaau, Kn
pahec, Opu and J. Iloopii. All
18 Kalakaua Purse. Uargc race
2 entries. Kapiolailchua, Ilanakc
oki and True Blue.
The Iwalani brought 4100 pack
ages of sugar.
The Iwalani will leave on Friday
nt -1 p. m., and the Jas Mnkcc on
the snine day at 5.
The Ella has taken tho J. A. Fal
kenburg's berth, and will probably
sail on the 25th.
The electric light was used on tho
Iwalani last trip and frightened tho
natives at Koim mid Kati.
The Rcmijio was sent on to' San
Francisco yesterday by her agents.
She was 42 days from Fiji, nnd had
been detained there for CI days
while repairing. Our readers' will
lcmcmberthnt wo have giyen nqws
of her from time to time. It np
pcars that she put into Fiji for .re
pairs, because she could only stanu
on one tack without sinking.
It is said the Alaska will leave on
the 20th if no further orders arrive
by the Suez.
A barkentinc loaded with lumber
wns telephoned on Monday night,
as being 12 miles olFDinmond Head.
Nothing has since been heard of her.
"Wc hear that the sloop llolomua
(formerly Sport on the Wave),
grounded on Pipiloa Point, Pearl
River Lochs, on Monday night. She
was entered for the King's Cup race.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
His Majesty will hold a levee this
morning at 9 o'clock.
Cut. Button's lecture was very
Tin: police forco are to address
His Majesty this morning at 10
AVi: hear that tliero is every prob
ability of a steamboat race being
added to Thursday's programme.
Rain appears to bo general
thioughouttho islands. Our special
correspondents report nothing of
A number of our citizens linvc
tendered a complimentary reception
and ball to tho Captain nnd ofllccrs
of the Alaska, on Friday evening,
at tho Music Hall.
Tin:, mail for San Francisco per
J. A. Falkinburg, closes at 2 o'clock
tliis afternoon. All letters marked
pen J. A. Falkinburg" will -be
Mn. "Wray Taylor will give his
ninty free organ recital in St. An
droW's Cnlhcdrnl, Tuesday cveniitg,
Nav. 21st, assisted by Mrs. J. E.
Uanford and Mr. A. T. Atkinson,
Tur.itK is increasing excitement
over tlio races. AVo heard that tlio
'Government IIouso crew were so
affected by the- time made by tho
Mercantile- crew yesterday morning
that they were on the point of add
ing now members to their ,crcy in
place of' some already in. Tenter,
however, wc heard that Uio bicucu
wub healed. -',,..;.
iiiuunntiuwi mw jwuiiww
.j.. -n t' n -A
It was noticed by nn applicant for
payment nt the Interior ofllco the
other flay, that tho bills, of which pay
ment was refused, were ngninst the
Hoard of llc.ilth.
To-night the torchlight proccs
cton will take placo in honor of Ills
Majesty's birthday. The different
companies nro requested to nsscmblp
in full uniform without apparatus' at
7 o'clock, it llo,squnro in. front of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 28 engine
house. , i
At 7 r. m. Monday night, the
steam roller stopped suddenly on
Nuuaiui street. It was, how over,
speedily attended to, no damage
having been done owing to the
engineer's ingenious contrivance for
Tin: Minister of the Interior lias
ordered a Btrcel-clcancr from San
Francisco. This is indeed good
news and the sooner it nirives tho
better. Wo feel sure that Mr.
Bush's reputation for attending to
the public convenience will be con
siderably raised by this news.
It is said the Auditor-General and
the Interior Department nro at
logger-heads, and that the Chief
Clerk was asked to give his opinion
on the law as legal adviser. Since
then wo hear that tlio Supremo
Court Bench hnvo been asked nnd
have, 'given their decision oil) the
matter in dispute.
Tin: line of march of the proces
sion to-night is as follows : From
the Armory square on Queen Btrcct,
up Nuunnu street to King, and along
King street to tlio Palace, entering
the Palace grounds and Aloha to His
Majesty. Then out by the Richard
street gate, up Richard street to
Bcrotnnin, nlong Bcrctnnia street to
Nuuanu aud back to the.Armory.
It is rumored that Messrs. ,Wlrit-
ncy mm Thatcher have uccn nsKcu
to Jill the two vacancies in the boats
crew of the, "Mclia." Should they
consent) ami not get to practicing
prematurely on the "thole-pins"
the ''Mclia" will doubtless win, as
they arc well-known as the, best
"pullers" in Honolulu. ' '
Vi: draw attention to tho tenders
called for the lease of all or part of
the Long Premises, iu Manoa V alley,
now advertised in another column.
Rice, taro, or banami planters and
those in search of a comfortable
homestead have here a fine opportu
nity to invest.
Vr. would draw the attention of
tiic Government onco more to the
inconvenience and danger attending
the use of the Bcrctnnia street tram-
road. On Saturdny a trial trip was
made over the line by the engine.
The hour selected was 4 to 5 im.,
nsrvery unwise one, as most people
iu that neighborhood were then out
driving. Several narrow escapes
from accident hnvo been rcportrd to
Auction Salos by E.P.Adams
This Day, Wednesday,
Regular Cash Sale.
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
at Snlcs Boom,
Dry Goods, Clothing-,
And n consignment of
Kegs Sugar, Medium Bread, Sks "Wheat,
Two Top Boogies,
one Open buqg,
ONE 2-WHEEIiED BRAKE,
Two express "Wagons,
One! Saddle Horse. '
E. P. Adams, 'Auctioneer.
S. 1'UATT. I J. IjUVUY.
S. Pratt &; Oo.
Auetionccrs and Ooneral
"" ' Commission Merchants,
Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolulu.
(Special attention given to the Sale of
Kc.il 1'Mnlo and Pcrtionnl Property.
Advances made on consignments. 240
rrUHS U to certify that F. S. Piurr
X mid L. J. Li:vv, both of this City,
consttutn tliu llrm of F. S. PRA,'Fr ifc
Co, AhcilonC'CTS and Oeiujial Commls.
slon Merchants, dblng business' at Bea
ver Block, Queen street, in the City of
Honolulu. F. S..PHA.TIV
'. ,. .L.J.LLYBy.
Honolulu Nov. l, 83. , , 310 tit
t Tub steamer Kapiolnnl tins been I
chartered nnd will carry pnssongcrs
from the wharf to the stnko buoy
and back for each race. This will
afford an excellent opportunity for a
good 163k nt the race.
FIHST . CLASS O O O K (foreigner)
wants employment. Local refer,
enecs; also, meat nnd pastry-cook.
ChlnesaLnundrymnn, good on polish
lag niid'hidlcs' lino work; 'conl rcfcrcnco
will work by tho day, week or niontlu
,ChIncso cooks and somo smart unlives
,.340 ' 88 King street".
J. T. Waterhouse
Has (specially imported a large 'quantity
Suitable for Presents
for both old nnd young.
Dcnulidit Pictures In splendid gilt framos,
Ollt Ilrnckcts nnd Ancks,
worn Itasca and Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cnsen, InkbtiuidF,
Olovo and llnndkcreliluf Uoxcs,
Honk Slides, Satchels,
Christmas Cards, wood nnd metal,
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
Bows nnd Arrows, 81 Tun Cannon,
Puplcr Macho Curd Trays,
From 5 cents to $23, dressed & undress'd
Doll's Trousseaux and every requisite,,
Comnendiums, Stnr Itingolette, ,
Triple Bowling, Balance Games, &c
E3J" Everything will bo found to please
the moit fastidious taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of n present.
No. 10 Fort Street. ,
'A.NdAv iiQt-Qr.-r T.r
,.. . , . , Tobacco'
, , , And Cigarettes
2 15 , A. fS, Clcgliorii & Co'.
2M 114 Fort Street. ' 8V
WILL bo received nt the ofllco of tho
undersigned until noon, SAT
URDAY, tho 25th of November, 1882,
for a lcaso of ten years, froi the 1st of
December, 1882, of tho premises in Mil
lion Vnlloy, belonging to the Chtato of
Chin les Long, deceased. Oilers of terms
of lease may be made for these premises
cither its a whole or separately, for one,
two or thrco of tho following divisions
Of tlio f-am'e, i. c.:
1st Thu Homestead nnd Lot belong,
2nd The Kuln Land, with the Banti-
nas, and other improvements thereon.
ilrd Tho Knlo nnd Pico patches, with
her ricc.uow growing in them.
Possession to he given immediately.
Surveys and deeds as Cxpcnte of lessee.
Bents payable semi-annually, in ad
vance. Tho undersigned reserves to himself
tho right to decline any or all tenders,
cither for tho wholo of tho premises, or
for any or' all of thu separate lots, as
For further particulars apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER,
215 " , Admr, Estate of Chus. Long.
thanksgiving Turkeys !
A LOT OF FltlME YOUtja
TUllUKlt), Apply (
Bear of No. 20 School Street.
Miss Prescott's School
For Girls and Boys,
(Fernandez's new Cottage), King street,
IS NOW QPEN.
Accommodation for a few boarding pu
P"s. ' . .. 243ilWl
One New Basket Phooton, -
Complete In cveryre'spect, with tlio very
241 lw . Q. WEST.
' .' IfypUwnntioBco'tho " '
'fLargost; Stock of Leather
In the Kljigdom,
iia to -i'Z luccn Street.
If you wnnt to see
Tho Boat Quality 6t Loritlior
In tho Kingdom,
- ' Hit to' 4tt Oti'ccn Htrcet.
If you'Wimt to
Buy Leather at tho LowcBt
Prices in the Kingdom,
o'tn 4 tnccn Htrcet.
If you wnnt to Buy tho
Cost Quality of Grocorios
' In the Kingdom,
4'o to -lit lttcoii Htrcet.
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy .elsewhere in
Gro to 42 Queen St.1
M. "W. McCIIESNEY & SON.
JdSrPlnin Sateens nil colors, at
Chas. J. Fisliel's Leading Millinery
o- THE -iao
, ,f IS ,
BOMETS; ' '
Millinery & Fancy Articles
lleccived by every steamer.
Old Established Millinery Establishment, '
181,, , 103 Fort street. , , -ly
JPOK TJUK PlIBIiidL,
OWNERS of Ileal Estate tIII nlwaya
llnd it to their ndvnntago to placo
their houses and lands in my care for
dIspoal,-ns I am tho only acknowledged
Henl Estate Broker on tho Islands,
Agents nnd Planters, nnd nil other em
ployers of mechanics nnd laborers will
do well to notify me when vacancies oc
cur. Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, and
all other legal paqe'rs drawn in proper
form. ' .
Books nnd accounts kept, , ,
Letters and Engrossing done,
and gencrnl business ofllco work, of
every description attended o and nlwnys
on the most reasounblo terms.
' JOSEPH E. -WISEMAN,'
Office 27 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 172.' P. O. Box, 815
TTpTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
1A all persons that nt a meeting held
Oct. 21st, 1882, of subscribers to tho
stock of tho Onomea Sugar Co., it was
voted to accept a Chatter of Incorpora
Hon granted to them nnd their associates
nnd successors, under the corporate name
and style of tho Onomea Sugar Co., on
tlio 20th diiy of October, 1882, and that
tho corporation, under said Charter,
thoreupou organized itself and elected
the following named officers of tho
SL AUSTIN President
J AUSTIN Vice-President
PC JONES, Jn Secretary
GHHOSS f Treasurer
JO CARTER Auditor
Notice is further given that pursuant to
the terms of snld.Chnrter, " No Stork,
holder shall individually be liable for
tho debts of the corporation beyond tho
amount whch shall bu due upon the
share or shares held or owned by lilm.
self. P. C.JONES, Jul, Scc'y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all persons that nt h meeting held
on the 21st day Oct., 1882, of subscribers
to the MookAf the Pnuknn Sugar Co., it
was voted toTlceepta Charter of Incorpo
ration urantcd to them nml tlmtr nrt
elates and successors, under the corporate
name and stylo of thu Pnukim Sugar Co.,
on the 20th day, of Oct., 1882, aud that
tho corporation, under said Chnrtcr,
thereupon organized itself and elected
mo ioiiowing nnmcu pmcer of tho
B. L.,Austin Vied President,
P, C. Jones, jii,..Seo'y &, Treasurer,
J. 0, Caiiteu Audjtpr,
Notlco is father given that' pursuant
to tho terms of snttl Charter, No Stock,
holder shall Individually bo linblo for
tho debts of tho corporation boyond the
amount which shall bo, duo upon tho
share or Hhures held or 'owned by
lUinwolfvi i i"1"
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