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THURSDAY, NOV. 00, 18.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS. ' '
Foit sheet Church, Thanksgiving
Service, by Rev. J. A. Cruzan, nt 11
St. Andrew's Cnthcdrnl, Thunks
giving Service, by Kow G. Wallace,
at 11 o'clock.
Ktiulergnitcti Bible Class, at 3
THERE IS ROOM FOR A SUGAR
MILL IN HONOLULU.
The non-success of past attempts
to establish a sugar mill in the dis
trict of Honolulu, alluded to in oui
last issue, cannot bo lightly icgard
cd as evidence of the impractic
ability of the scheme. Wo arc of
opinion that the idea was a good one
"when first originated, and that it is
jCqually good now; that the piojcct
was perfectly feasible at that time,
and that it is none the less ho now ;
"that tlicro was then opening for an
enterprise of the kind, and that the
opening lias never einco been closed
in fact. 1ms gradually cnlaigcd,
so that now theic is a better chance
of success than at any previous
In the first place, land is abund
'lint. In a radius of two miles fiom
the centre of Honolulu theic aic
hundreds of acres of unoccupied and
unculthatcd lands, owned by all
.classes and nationalities of our
mixed community. Many of these
lands arc not suitable for banana
raising, and otheis have not a 'sufll
ciency of water for tato planting ;
(but most of them are well adapted
to cane culture, and have a sufficient
.water supply for that purpose. On
(the authority of a practical and in
telligent farmer, -who has gone
around the distiict in order to pro
cure the information, we aic able to
'Btato that more than five hundred
acres of suitable and available land
lies within the limits above named.
- We also have good icason for
saying that there is now bettor pros
pect of seeming tho co-operation of
Bmall farmers than formerly. TUmiy,
if not nil, of those who so ignomini
ously backed out of tho last move
have long been convinced of their
mistake and continuo to bewail their
Bhort-sightedncss. Beside these,
many others have fallen itito the
same line of thought, and would be
too glad to plant their small plots
with cane, if they saw any chance of
getting it convci ted into sugar.
' The superior "advantages which
the district of Honolulu has of trans
porting cane to tho mill is an im
portant fact in favor of the venture.
Had as our roads aic, and they aic
admitted to be shamefully bad for
tho metropolis of a Kingdom, they
are far ahead of those of a majoiity
of tho plantations in the countiy.
IIcrc we would require no cosily
illumes nor expensive w it o tramways.
The matte. of hauling the cane a
mile or two in wagons would bo easy
and the cost comparatively light.
" Another and considerable advan
tage is the saving of freight charges.
All the plantations in the country
districts of this island, and most of
'those on the other islands, get their
machinery, coal, lumber, and other
.supplies from Honolulu. Then the'y
have to send their sugar hero to be
transhipped for export abroad. fTlie
freight botli'ways forms a big item
6f expense. All this would be saved
?to a mill in this distiict, thus making
tho profits propoitionably greater.
, n Next comes the question, in what
way could tho cntcipilsc bostaitcd
with the best chances of success?
yfja suggest the formation of a
co-operntivo joint-stock coinnnfly,
With a nominal capital, say, of fifty
thousand dollars, divided into one
thousand shaves of fifty dollars
each. Every cultivator, or intend-1
ing 'cultivator, should have an op
poitunity of purchasing shares. Tho
,milb company, as a company, should
not bo planters; bti individual
members of tho company would
plant tho ' cane and furnish it'to the
mill; to bo ground on equitable
terms. Will somo man of energy
step forwaid and take the matter in
Wo read) n shoit timo ago, in ono
of our local papers, something about
sensational journalism being on the'
decline in Amoiica. Woll, if it is
"on the decline" there, it is "on
tho revival" hcic. Or if "sensa
tional" journalism is not reviving iii
this countiy, wo have recently been
heated to a class of journalism that
Can only be piopcily qualified by
somo strong adjective. One editor
lefening to another editor, calls him
" a disappointed, conceited, scurvy
politician." An honorable man may
be " disappointed," or "conceited,"
or botli ; but " tcui vy " is a loath
some epithet to apply to any man.
It may hardly be coricct to desig
nate this "sensational" journalism,
but no ono will deny that it is
" blackguaul " journalism. And if
we .110 allowed our choice, we picfer
" tcnsalionalisin " to " blnckguaid
ism" an' day .and every day.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Tub llackmon's Association was
duly form last night.
Tun mail for San Francisco, per
W. G. Irwin, closes at the Post
Ofllce at 1 r.sr.
Those who arc desirous of owning
pigeons should read our advei tising
Wn were yesterday shown a very
fine specimen of sugar cane over 11
feet long, giown at Kilauca.
Wk hear that His Majesty has re
ceived an autograph letter from tho
Khedive of Egypt by the last mail.
Tin: receipts from tho fair and
luau in aid of St. Louis College
amount to over 1,000. The gate
money being about $330.
Tin: lookout is being stretched
out of plumb by tho telephone wlios.
Even tho masonciy is a little out.
Somo day it will fall and mako a
fearful smash in the Tiscr office. '
An error has crept into yester
day's Gazette in their report of the
Foit st. spcial. Wo notice that they
have inadvci tcntly omitted tlic'namc
of Mrs. Hendry who gnvo on excel
lent leading entitled " Connor." f
It is said that, of the 2 per cent,
commission to be cluiged iby the
brokers of the loan in San Fran
cisco, 1 per cent, is to bo equally
divided by two of the prominent
ones in this island.
There is an awkward hole in tho
makai footpath of Ueietania street,
which certainly needs moic light
than that given by one hand-lantern,
to enable people to avoid falling
into it or over tho heaps of black
sand surrounding it.
It has been suggested to us that,
on account of the gicat toughness of
beef heic, it would bo a public boon
if the butchers were to build a largo
ico house and keep their meat hang
ing in it at a temperature of 00
dogiccsforn couple of days or so,
before they sold it. This, it is said,
would certainly give' us tenderer
Wk liavo received a beautifully'
ornamented piece of bride cake fiom
Mr. and Mis. W. C. Mayor, and
along with it some champagne in
which to drink tho health of the
happy couple. Our whole staff
unite with us in wishing that their
united Jives may bo ris lich' and
sweet as the cake, and as sparkling
and merry as tho wine. Our aloha
nui to them both.
Tun P. G.A. 3'cstcrday reprinted
extracts from an article itl tho S. F.
Merchant concerning tho issue of
$800,000 of bonds for the new loan.
How is that nothing was known of
this intended issuo of bonds nt tho
Finance Dcpaitmcnt until thonuival
of this mail? Is it possible that thoy
wcro issued on the aulhoiity of one
Minister without consulting his col
leagues? Wn wcro shown yesterday a very
ingenious and attractive mechanical
toy while looking at soino of thpsc
'beautiful Belfast linen handkerchiefs
at Mncfnrlanc fc Co.'s. It represents
a m,oi)kpy di eased in tho Cour(istylo
of tho 17(li century, seated on a
chair and playing a harp. While ho
picks thcstiingsof tho instrument
ho moves his head, rolls his,oyes and
opens Jiis lips as in tv musical ecstasy,
Sme relics of by-g(fiio days nave
lately been ntlrnoling considerable
attention in our sheets. Tho out
cropping of old land maiks nrc
always iutcicsting to tho urcliieolo--gist
nnd'bccomo more so when ono
falls across them, that is to say
''takes n tumble" over tiicni.
Tho nbovo pnragraph means that
our Road Supervisor ought to dig
up those pieces of wood which oitca
foi mod the edge of former footpaths
bub now', (arc obstructing (tho llior-'
dtfghfnro in Queen and Foit'fiticcts.
Tin: Musical nnd Literary cntcr
tainmenron Tuesday evening nt the
rooms of the Libi ary Association was
excellent in all lcspccts. To cover
the expenses of getting it up, silch
as advei tising, Tilling cxtia scats
&c, tho small sunt of 2 cents was
chnigcd for admission. To have a
duct on two pianos by two such
plajcraas MisEC3 Castle and Don
sett, piano had violin duct by .Mies
Castle and Prof. Yarndlcy, to say
nothing of Miss Paikc's pinging,
readings by Messrs. Wnllaco aud
Atkinson, and finally two excellent
diamatic sclqetions with fclnco char
acteis well taken in each, iwns con
sidciably more than people generally
get for such a sum cither hero or
elsewhere. The libciality of the
Association is to bo commanded no
less than their cnterptiso.
" Should baby's milk be boiled,"
asks tho College ami Chemical
Jiccord. Now this shows how much
the subject of infant dietetics is be
ing ovci studied. Wo cling to the
old-fashioned view, that babies
should not be milked any Way, much
less have their milk boiled.
Di'itwiiiK mid 1'nintiiig.
AP A R I S I A N ARTIST w 111 give
Lcvons in tho above to n few
pupil. Tcims niodcute.
259 8t 01 Bcictnniu street.
EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. , Inti icalo
ami com plica ted accounts adjusted.
EngiosMng, &c, &C-,
dono to older. Will prepare Deed',
Le'loo, alld Mortgage?, in logal"form.
Book-keeping In cvoiy form,
Bills Collected. Making up mechanics'
nccouuts and books a specialty.
259 Agency, 88 King st., Honolulu.
ONE conversant with thoNativo Lan
guage. Enquire at
PICKERING & Co'?.,
259 3t ' 814Klng'trcct.
Q SEWING WOMEN, and
O 1 Machine Operator.
259 OAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
LOST, between the MuIe Hall and
Victoria street, on Monday even,
ins. a Black Felt HAT. The Under will
bo iuw aided by leaving tho same at this
TO RENT, on Koulc-nkahuii
EraiK ln,llHi corner cu mnnu anu
2232 Pcnonrola Mi cots, ono LARGE
COTTAGE, containing Parlor, Dmlng
Room, !J Bediooms, Uath-ioom with nil
modern conveniences; largo Pantry and
Kitchen, with latticed verandah loom
attached; also Stable, with 2 stalls, liny
and enningo 160ms; and 3 looms for
scUants. For fmther paiticulnrs apply
to WM. W. HALL. 259
ON KING STREET, to let, 5 minutes
fiom Post Ofllce.
259 OAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
N SUITES and SINGLE, In dcMiablo
locality, suitable forpmntu family.
50 OAVENAGII'S AGENCY,
LADIES' SADDLE HORSE; also, a
Pc't Ponv. k , f N
250 OAVENAGII'S AGENCY.
' . For &alc, ,
J O PAIRS of Young PIGEONS, nt
X& i0 cents per p lir. Apply imme
259 No. 13 Lilllia street.
ALL porsons having horses pastui ipg
without pei mission, on that piece
of land facing Kltfg street, recently oc
cupied by Mi. Carter, and known ns Ko
wulo, aic, lcieby 'notified that their
hoiscs will bo inlp6undcd if found tlicro
after the,ht of December,
W. L. WILCOX.
IIobSIuIu, Nov. 00, 1882. 250 lw
HPIIE undeislgned elves notlco that ho
X. has been appointed by tho Com t
of"ConiiiilsMoncrs of Alabama Claims a
Commissioner to tako the Icjtlinony of
such witnesses as may como bcfoio him
to bo used in (ho investigation of any
claims -which may bo pieseutcd Jjcfoio
said Couit. v
D. A. McKINLEY.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1882. 250 lm
THE peiFOjiwho took n STRAW HAT
(by mistake) from tho Music Hall,
on the night Of tho Bull, w'ill please re
turn the same, to tho 1)um,utin Ofllce,
and receive liU own in return. 253
"TOURING tho temporary ahsenco of
XJ ' Mr. W. G. Irvln from this King
dom, Mr. W, M. Oikfauo will attend to
tho business pf our liouso;
2202m WM, ((L IU)VIN & CO.,
Canes and Switches
ITor Old unci Youur; !
OAPJ. MAH0HANI .v. .
Wishes to Btato that he has received
i per " Sue,"
Coronfitiori Canes & Switches
,of tho most equlslto designs and finish, '
together with n largo and arlcd
nwortment of t i
Other Coi'oiititioii Goods!
lilch ho is able to sell very client).
"BRING MONEY IN YOUR PURSE."
Wu Invite inspection of our
Largo siml Complete Stock
IrWi Linen Handkci chiefs,
Ilcm-siltchcd nnd Cambric, of all
bI.cs and pi ices.
Arc put up In veiy elegant boxos, con.
tabling one dozen handkerchiefs ,
each, and aro suitablo
Christmas and New Tear's
They nic manufactured cxprc'ssly for us
at Belfast, Ireland, and wo have no
hesitation in stating tint they
aic of tho finest tcltirc
tint has cer been
impoitcd to this
250 Q. w- Macfarlans & Co.
Tha Best Christmas Gifts !
DIAS & GONSALES
Offer Embroidery Work
of all kinds (for ladies', children's and
, infant's w car), ,
At dtrcntl) Kcdnrcil Priced.
Call nnd c.vimlno at 57 Hotel sticet.
t 253 lw , v
, .MRS. WILKINSON
304 Pot fc Street,
Has determined to offer her Entire Stock
of Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats Ac 33onnet6J9
Ladies'' White & Linen Suifsj
At .i Laigo Discount
Fiom marked prices lor cash', In order
to mnko room for her
New & Elegant Stock
Tliis onpoitunity lb ono not oftoni offered
as the goods nro all in good order,
and Mis. Wilkinson would
.earnestly ask her patrons to
inspect the Stock
at her present greatly reduced
MRS. W. II. WILKINSON,
181 ly 103 Port street, Honolulu.
A. G. ELMS,
STOCK BROKER, will buy or sell
Plantation Stock, Bonds, and
Other Maiketablo Securities,
At their m irkct value for cash.
215 Ofllco with E. P. Adams. Auct'r,
WILLIAM O. SMITH, .
N'O. 38 Merchant Sticct,
, , , Honolulu, H. I
Sugar Plantation, Raihoad, ' "
Telephono, and other Corporation Stock,
Bonds and Similar Securities Bought
and Sol on Commission.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
nonoluliyOct. 1st, 1882. '214
CHAMPAGNE CIDER ( I
Made from tho purest materials,
Is thp best non-Intoxicating
drink on iho Islands !
"It will thoroughly refresh tho juded
mind nnd wearied body."
C351TOWU orders may bo loft "at Mis.
Wcllt'3, King Htrcet. 252
Two good carpenters, t i
Ono flrst-class (foreign) Cook, nccus.
tomed to hotel wotk,
Tcuiibtcrs nnd expicbs dilvcr?
Foreign and native laborers,
Chinese boys, generally usoful 810
to $13 tiemrmitlt.
253 88 Klnir street.
A Hiiro Glinnce: ","r
Tho Htylish and elegant PUR-
NITURE of a prlvato dwell
inir. tocethcr with lensn 'at
house. Will soil tho fumlturo separate
OAVENAQirS AGEKOY, '
851 88 King street.
r Amcricnn Tlinnkgiviig l
Tho President of tho United Bute it
America I y formal prochimntionluvf log
designated Thursday, tho 00th inMum,
as a day of National Thanksgiving nna
Prayer, with the recommendation flint it
be olmon cd by the people of the Rcpilb
Hc in returning thanks to Him, In whoso
mercy abides tho wcll.hclngof nations
and of men, for U10 continuance in es
pecial niensuro of thnt protection througTi
tho grace of which they havo grown
stiong as a people nnd mighty 'among
tho nations of earth: '
Whcvcforo do I invite nil American
citizens Rojoumlng in thro Islnnds to
mnko duo obciiinro of Thursday, tho
30th inslant, as a tiny of Thanksgiving
and Prayer, In harmony with tho pcoplo
of the United States of Ainerlc .; nntl tfi
Ihiu end niiprop.-iate services will bp
offered atPori street Church, In tho city
of Honolulu, by tho Rev. J. A. Crur.an,
nt 11 o'clock AiJi., of that day, nnd tho
doors will bo open to all. ,
Similar services will also bo observed
liv Rev. Q. Wallace, at St. Androw' Ca
thedral, on tho Biiinc day nnd nt tho samp
Rou.in M. Daoortt,
255 Minister Resident U.S.A.
Per Suez, nt
A. 3L,.- SMITH'S',
Fort St., n, splendid assortment of
Christmas & New Year's Cards
Thoy must bo SEEN to bo ' .
appreciated ; also, a now invoice
y of Mcrldcn
Quadruple Plated Ware, .
Vehet Pictuio Fiamcs, Ebony and Gilt,
Sido nnd Corner Bmckcts,' '
Ladies' Dressing Cases, very flno,
Purses, Toy Iron Stoves, In which a real
fire can be made,
Toy Banks, Tin Kitchens,
Toy Pianos, a fow of
Craiulajl'8 Superior Toys
255 Papelcrlcs, &c, &c. !lw
CJrjRBSTIViAS I . f. j
J. T. Waterhouse,
Has specially imported a large quantity ,
Suitable for Presents
' forboth oldWd young. '
Beautiful Pictures In splendid gilt frames,
v Gilt Brackets nnd Racks, -"
WorK Boxes and Baskets,
Desks, Dressing Cases, Inkstands, -
Glovonnd Handkerchief Boxes. '1
Book Slides, Satchels, "? "
, , , , , Album Stands,
Christmas Cards, wood and metal, , t
TOYS, DRUMS, GUNS, SWORDS, '
Bows nnd Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon, a
Papier Macho Card Trays,
Fiom 5 cents to $25, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Trousseau and cvciy requisite,
Compendiums, Star Ringqlctte,
Triple Bowling, Balanco Games, &6'
tW Evciytlilng will bo found to pleaso
Jtho most fabtidioiiH taste, and no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present. '
No. 10 Fort Street. .
If you want to sco tho
3 Largest Stock of Leather A
r Ua to -i queen Street
, . ,
' l If you want to seo ' " ' '
The Best Quality of Leather
V In tho Klnojn, jMt
, o to fla qncon street.
If you want t6
Buy Leathor at the LoweBt
Pi Ices in tho Kingdom,''1 ''
tio to 48 quccu Htreet
If you want to Buy tho
, .Best Quality of Groceries,,
In the Kingdom,
o to 4 ((ucou Street
If you want
More for your Money '
than you can, buy clsowhero in
. tho Kingdom,
G-o to 42 Queen St.
M. W. McOIIKBNEX & BON.
1 .' ' "flwiv
Poultry For a?o. - f
TURKEYS, OIirOKENS, a pUOKfl ,
in quantities to suit.
, , OAVENAGII'S AGENCTi'.
Telephone 1W (Wilklmon's) 25$