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FJRIUAT, JA"N. 5, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGB.
, , MORNING.
1 fc. Pratt & Co. will Sell, at
JO. o'clock, at Store, Denver Diode,
a lmgc stock of Day Goods, etc.
Regular Monthly Meeting of the
J,, and It. It. Association at 7:00.
.' liniirtncd ouler bf Red Man, ht
Polyneis'un Encampment at 7:!K).
The teachers' association
Mct on Wednesday afternoon at 2
.o'clock, the President in the chair.
Mr. Scott was called on to icac his
'jviper on the Examination of Tench
.01 s. , He then u-ad an interesting
paper which disclosed the fact that
'lie did not believe in the present
system of teachers' examinations,
but would picfcr to have tlic teach
ing powers of the teacher taken into
consideration. A lengthy disctis
tsibn ensued, in which most of the
mcmueis gavo their opinion that ex
aminations conducted in a manner
HUfllcicnt to give evidence of a
teacher's qualification for his woik
were necessary. Mr. Atkinson then
asked to bo excused fiom reading
his paper on Education of Teachers,
as he suffered from a sore throat.
Mr. Kcnyon then nddics&cd the
meeting on the various Colonial sys
terns of education treating the .sub
ject briefly from want of time. At
a few minutes to four Miss Shcclcy
gave a concluding lesson on Tonic
Solfa, to the great plcasiuc of the
- Dr. llydothcn pioposcd that Miss
Shcclcy's paper on the Tonic Solfa
system should be handed to the
press for publication which was
carried. The new Piesidcnt, Mr.
Mackintosh gave an outline of the
proceedings proposed for the year.
It was announced that Miss Shcclcy
would give the fii.st of a scries of
four or live lessons on the Tonic
Solfa to those desirous of learning
at the' Kawninhao Seminary on Mon
day afternoon, at 4 o'clock. This
c'.oscd the annual session, a pleasing
feature in the teacher' life, and one
which will lie useful in many ways
both to teachers and the rising
The Hawaiian Almanac &
This week lias brought us the ninth
hsuc of the above well-known pub
lication, njul it docs not appear to
be a whit less :utcicsting and useful
than its ,picdeccssors. Its varied
tabic of contents gives but a slight
indication iof the excellence of the
contents found by leading through
its 80 pages. It is for sale at the
various book-stores. It forms a
splciulid.isouvcnir,for friends abioad.
hi i shipping Notes.
The Knlnkuua, Fulkinburg and
W. G. Imin may lie expected to
morrow. f f
The James Makcc did not leave
ycstciday as announced, but will go
tO;dny at the usual hour.
The Claus Sprockets will leave on
Sunday noon for Coquimbo.
POLICE COURT JANUARY 3.
A. 'Sinclair, C. D. Saxc, louis
Worth, opium smuggling. The first
was dischaigcd; the others being
lined $200 each witli $2.40 costs,
and' imprisonment at haul labor tfor
G months. Cr Buchholtz, assault
and ibattcry, fined $8 and $1.30
costs. Mocpali, canying deadly
weapon, forfeited bail $30. (lie
shotioff a revolver in the Cosmopoli
tan accidentally.) P." Quin, lcck
lcss tlriviug, fined $0 arid $1.20
costs. Palakaiko, boy of 14, dis
turbing the quiet of the night, sen
tenced to 1 year at the Reformatory
School. Kanekon, fust riding, lined
S3 and 1.20 costs. Kalaau (k.) and
Mele (w.), adultery, committed to G
and 4 months' hard labor, respec
tively. F.tkcjokco, distmbing quiet
of the night, remanded to the 1th.
It. C. Senile, drunkenness, lined $5
and $1 costs. Kawailiapai and Wn
hincnun, drunk, forfeited bail $8.
J. Kelly nnd J. Murray, diuiik,
lined 81 and $1 costs. Lahninn,
David, Nsihou, Henry, Kickicj dc
hcrting, liond service of Wilder &
Co.,' settled out of Court. Nahoi,
deserting bond service of A. F.
Cooke, remanded to 4 th.
,nrry,pcQ, J. MM'cvs, Ticooma,
a'id Tnpui, drunks, lined various
mooMUlHi fctow wid Kujxjf' (SiS.1.)
distuiuing quiet of night, foi foiled
bail SI 7. Tom Koun, assault and
lmtlciy, noh pros. Kaai, assault
and battery, remanded tootli. I'o
kco);co, clibluibiug quiet of night,
fined $5 and $3 costs. All Koi, as
sault and battel j, lined $10 and
costs 1. CO. All Koi, opium in pos
session. This was found on him
when he was locked up on lliopic
vious cliaigc, fined $50 and $1.10
costs, and imprisonment, with linid
labor for 1 month.
Coircypbmicnce: li solicited ml Hie top.
ics of tlic tiny, oi wlml may 1u oinc mi.
Wc ioei'c the right to cseNc pitic
ly pergonal mnlti'i.
"Wo do not hold mulches lcpontiblo
forthc opinions o. pieced liy om tor
EniToii DiJi.T.hTiN: A slioit time
since you had an ailiclc cncoui aging
cane planting, and tlic election of a
sugar mill near Honolulu. In look
ing over an old file of the P. O.
Advertiser for 1801,1 enmo across
tlic accompanying item on the same
.subject, which will show Hint the
project of a sugar mill in Honolulu
was suggested ncaily twenty years
"Shall we have a Sugar Mill?
Major Moehoimn, has sent us a stalk
of sugar cane, miscd in Ins garden
ncaily opposite the palace, which,
as it is quite a curiosity, wc hn;o
placed on exhibition. It measures
twenty feet'm length, has G4 joints,
and is 8 inches in circumference
Standing against the vcianduh of
the rost-ollicc, it t caches Horn the
stops to above the caves of tlic
budding. If wo remember rightly,
IT or IS foot in length is the
longest stalk hcietoioic noticed
by us. The sample' sent us is one
of xcccii, nil about tlic same size nnd
length and of about 19 months'
growth. It would bo considered a
wonder in ISTew Oilcans or ony
whore clso in tlic United States.
People lieie who see cane fiom, 15
to 18 feet giowing on every side,
foigct that in other sugar countries,
eight or ton foot in length is consi
doiod a good giowtli, and twelve
foot a marvel. Theso samples show
that Honolulu can raise as la; go
cane, witlipioper attention, as the
fiuorcd localities, although the soil
is dry. The question now is, shall
we have a sugar mill put1 up hero?
Ucfoic one could be erected, there
will be cane enough planted and
growing to keep it at woik fora
twelve month, alioiding natives and
othoi's inccnthes to industry, and
adding perhaps a. million pounds of
sugar to our exports. Lot some
one man, of icquisite ability and
experience, stait the enterprise, iiist
takingsteps to seouio sucli assistance
as will enable him to entry out his
plans successfully. This would bo
better than any company scheme,
and could bo conducted witli inoic
satisfaction to all inteicsted."
If I lemcnibcr rightly, the cane
lefencd to was one of the red ribbon
varieties, 'and grow near tlic fence,
between what is now tlic site of
Music Hall and the residence of His
Ex. Mr. Gibson, then owned and
occupied by Malor Mochonun.
With all the boosting of our ennc
growcis, about huge and long cane,
I have never seen these samples of
Major Mochonun. excelled in length,
size and weiyht, which was little
over twenty lbs. .for the largest
stalk, though some of Ills' ennes
raised at Kekalia, Kauai, sue said, to
bo the largest now pioduccd on
these islands. Yours, ll.M.W;
iKcaiwa, Doc. 1883.
LOOAL te GENERAL ITEMS.'-
Tin: Hawaiian IScll Telephone
Company met yestevday .morning.
. . :
Tlic Nettie Mciviil (and pcrlmps
the Pole) will bo hauled up on the
Marino Hallway to-day.
AViiv doesn't the 'Pnhima 'bus
driver Wow ins horn when passing ?
Many miss the oppoitnnity of riding
Taki: notice of the ndcitiscmont
coiiceiniug the cliangcs in the Loliiia
and Jiikcliko routes. It will save
time, trouble and temper,
A pavilion is now being elected in
the Palace giounds, which will ac
commodate over two thousand per
sons. It is intended to hold tlic'
august cciemony in it.
It aw fell ycstciday and ouco moic
showed to the citizens tho want of
good loads mid foot-paths. Why
docs our ltond Supervisor not attend
to it? "Why is he to slow.? u i
An hlgcrobatico,hns fallen down
at the foot of Punchbowl sticct, nnd
considcinbly nnirows Hint already
bin iow thoroughfare. Whoso busi
ness is it to have it denied away?
Tun select school for gills taught
by Mr. Gco.'Wnllnco nt'lifo Kiiutiiiii
Avcnile, - will lc-open with enlarged
accommodations on Monday next,
(8th inst.) for its second leim.
Hll. Pi:iH.i!y the", genial null 'enter
prising Unveiling, Agent of the
Mutual Life Imuiniieo Co. of New
Yoik is in town, and pioposes to
stay for two months combining
pleasure willi busincssl
Wi: liave received a copy or the
P. C. Advert i icri Register and
Calendar for 1883. Ad usual, it is
teplele, witli luformatiqn of business
utility. i tit- is printed in, five colots
with a gold bonier, and the typo
graphy and pi ess idled gicat credit
on the issuing olllcc.
It might be as well to know that
thc-: fii m of - S. -?l Wilder'-s Co. '
docs business t Mahukona. .ptily ;
nnd that Urn flnn'of Wilder &' Co.'
docs business at Honolulu ' only.
Frequent mistakes aic made between
the names of these two firms in
making out bills.
Wr. would suggest, as tlicic arc
so many omnibusscs running now,
that Ihcy lane tlic name of their
route or destination painted on tlic'
sides. It would gi cully facilitate
the choice of intending passcngcis,
and pcihnps help lo decide tlic fate
of hesitating ones.
Mk. F. S. PitATT will hold nn
Auction Sale during to-day and also
to-mono w of tlic goods selected
pcisonally by the late J. G. Tucker
in England; They fiavc been dn'
view yesterday, and aic in the opin
ion of competent judges eminently
suitable for this nlaikct. This is
also guaranteed by the reputation
for business ability
All those w i&h-
of the lntc owner.
iug to .invest money in tlic varied
assortment of dry goods displayed
should bo present.
Ox Monday afternoon an old Iifnn
named Kaaiwcuwcu, aged between
G5 and 70, "was knocked down by a
passing horse near the chinch at
Wnikiki. He wa,s taken homc'nnd
died on Wednesday htjglitj by the
injuries received, FJur ribs were
bioken and two othcis dislocated.
An inquest was instituted and will
be continued on ' Saturday, The
Deputy Maishal respectfully ic
quests any one knowing 'any tiling
about the accident to communicate
witli him immediately.
qHEHE will bo a Itcgiilur Business
Jl Meeting of the Honolulu Llbr.uy
mid Itc.ulin Itooni A-nciAt!on nt their
Koonis THIS fFiidny) EV13NIXO,
.I.in. ii. nt 7 .;)() o'clock, ,ii whicli a lull al-
tendance is icipiestid.
GEO. W. STEWAltT,
2(10 It Sccrcliuy.
ATE1UUER DOC1, ofgic.Ush color,
eiiinitil, long (nil. lliindMiiue ie
wind will hcgiu'ii foi (be ictiiri. of tin
SIIIIIC tO A'jO.Ni; ltOSV, CiOU'lllllH'ilt
DujldingA , sv ' 88!)m
'J?o Sliipii'H 1 Ji'i'ijjlii
f i )il1 Y,up'UKGKr pel ,
A F.TEK the letuui of tlic Lik('Jue on
7-V."'Kiiiidli.v,.Iuniiniy 7tb, sheNvill bo
luuiled iij) for lep.ilrt.
Tlio Steamer " Jjohua"
will be pbfeed on tlio'Llkcllku'i loutc,
nnd will lanivn Tuesdnv, Jnniiniy llth
for tlio uriuiI poifs on M.iuj nnd Hawaii.
The (Steamer " Mokolii
will tnko Mm Lehun's routo, and will
le.ie on Moudnv, Jauuaiy Otli, for Molo.
Kill mid lliinii, M.1111I,
C2T'l'hp iicooniinodiitioiih of the Lehuii
being limited, Hbippeis of freight will
tnko notice tbnt ft eight will oiily bo
shipped in tlio oider It N iceelved. Tlio
fliit dowTriit'lng tlio ih-t shipped. Xo
fiei'dit will be leceinted for nftei :i
p. 111,011 the day of depnituio of either'
28 It WIWElt & Co.
A SITUATION 11s Cm pouter 01 I5os
-TV 011 a I'liintatioii, Addiess X.Y.Z.,
tbisODU e. 8)w
Wanted for a City .lull,
6 Masons or Bricklayers,
20 Laborers, Full Wages.
"Titf? CAVjs,.vonf8 Aobxt-v.
OWING TO THE UNUSUAL DEMAND THAT WBHAVE HAD KOll
ItJJldlJ & UAUTON'S
And. notwItlHnndlnit the
i lot Hint a o opciu d ii few
weeks ago, w ns tlic nujresi
wc lime i'oi received, wc
find outfoUcs lulto out of
Wo Imvr derided to ninkc
a llhoinl ilNcount to all pin.
rliM;iN oT IhcMj goods and
GORHAM SILVER WARE
until :til i- I lie Clni-tiiMS
W,e lire obliged to order
v now 'shpply hiimciil itcly,
inoidei lo ho piep.iu'd for
IIiomj weddings which me
to conic oil" Mjon.
E. O. HALL & SON'S..
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A KIM: AM3in.Ml NT 01' ,
' , " I
.Boots,' Shoes, Slippers, Sandtils, Wibs&c.
" ) ' I I . I'll) .-.Mj
THE TINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCAKFS,
One in n bo, all of bioh aro '
Eminently Suitable for Clnistmasi Present's
277 A. W. JtlClIAllDSON & CO. '
' AlJCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
This Day, Friday.
Administrator's Sale at
By oider of the Adininisli.itois of the
Estate of the lntc .lo-eph Tucket, the
uiulci signed will sell nt miction on
Friday and Saturday,
the oth nnd lith of Jiimimy, 1881, ill Hie
stoic louneily occupied by thc,dcccnscd
hi, Heaver Uloek, the, ( -i , -. -,
Entire Stock of Dry Goods, &c.
now on exhibition.
Tlifwitook coinnrixcs" a scneral iwort
nient of very sunei ior good- sdec ted by
the decc.iM-'d in Europe exprc""ly for
llii. ni,i Ket.
Will bq spld without icsorve. ,
P. S. PHATT & Co. Auctioncoi's.
m HAWAIIAK hiUM I A1UAL,
IS nowicady nnd for sale at tlic t,ui
ou Uook-stoie-, in an v ii mtitv hy
T. G. 'rilltUM.'
288 101 , Publil . .
"'- ' ' I I 111! I .11 I I...J...
THE undeisigned begs to notify the
public tli.it lie is no Jongei eon
licctcd' with the Fashion Sta'bles oftlin
city, and thciefoio will not bo rc-poiiM-h'o
for liny dcbtii continoted nltcr-this
date. , ,
II. J. AGXEW.
Honolulu, Dee. 10, 1882. 288 lw
A DIVIDEND of ijlO porMi.110 in
tlibi .Hawaiian Agi ieiiltur'.ih 'Co.'
bus been declined nnd is p.iy.ililc to
Stockholdcib at the olllcc of'
287 lw ' O. BREWER &, Co,
rpHE Aimnnl Meeting" of tlio Kapio
X hmirPnik Ahbooiution will biijbeld
iittbchiniory, In this eity,J,on Mbndny
(Mining, Iiiiiuiiiy l.'th, 188.), at 7 p.m.
A lull nltendiince is ieque-ted.
8i ,f Secretary K. P. A.
rpwp ori'lCKS 'J?0 LET, oiftlio hc
X ond floor of the hiilldlng'occuplcd
by J. W. Kuuertaon &, Co !W
fS KING STREET, to let, 3 minutes
10111 Post Olllcc.
Fll'llHllC(l ltOOllIN, , '
IX SUITES nnd SINGLE, iu dcMiiible
locality, Riiitnblo for prh'.ito fmnlly,
FROM llnwiiihiii to English, and vicn
vcisii, Tcrnih niodernte.
201 88 King street.
UNION Fi:KD COMPANY, A. W.,
BUhii, .Manngev. Seo iidveitlbe-J
incut on oilier page. S
U E. MANN, B. S., T
kJ Tj:vciii:u ok Diiawinu,
DiiAUuii'in ami iiii; Soiknci.s.
287 No. 181 Foithtieet. lni
DIA8 fc GONSALE8, "
, No. fi7 Hotel Sticct, Honolulu,
lmportem and Dcnlcm in Diy and Fancy
Goods, Inlaid Woik, Emhroidery.
28'J &c, &c, &c. y
To Let, j
Thoo Splendid Picnilxcs No1
00 Beretaniu nil eet. Apply to
' A. A. MONTANO.u
it'o Full, ami It iug tUtoU.
Wc would hcrc.icmnrk
tlint wc often lpivc occ;mhm
to, send MKidtil orilcrs or
tinier to be junrkctl with a
lottcr'6r nWniiiginni, wliich
is done in'beiiuttful Myle.
Any one, w billing roIb of
Poiks anil Sp(niii", or, any.
thin j; v-v, nun Led or not
nun Ltd, would do well to
leno Hie ouleras MWH,us
i osxlhlc. "" ,'
Call nnd ,cniliine tlicso
liciiiiitful jood before tlfey
iiiujlll K"Ml- 1 oil. ,111 HIIOTT
they sue lobe found tit ,
A Card tothe Public.
A CERTAIN stiitciuent cmnuntiiiii
fiom Clin. J. Fishel, in liis nd
vcrti'cnient in'ohe of our ii(itlvo'papei,
luiH appeared la several ,ssucs of Inte
wliercin hcbiisclyiisesiny lininc, setting
foith to 'tlio public thht lie'cilnululcr
sell nip, nud soicitiii2 pntion?gc in JUS
cunning, seheniing way. I dciie' to
waiiiilho public t Ins 'basoneSa' nnd to
eonxincc nil that my, goods sire.alnj.s
mnikcd down to bed lock pi ices, mid I
cannot be undersold by Midi FiMielJ'
bcsides.iiiy goods 1 .ireuihuiys.fresli uiitl
new. llespertfiiUy, ' '
28 lw , 104T6it Street.
1 ' ! I' 1 11 1 1 I P I
OWNERS .who are iu possesion of
"large cjii.iiitiflcvof' ' "
1 I 1 (in ifi
"Mllll I -
anil wi-n lo (lisposc,of them, me u-hpect-fully'rcquested
to coniiniliile'.ite, either
peicoiinlly or by letter, to, ,f,
F. HORN,. ,, . . ,
Pioneer Stcnm' Cindy Factory w B.ikcry
288 Hptel Slieet, Honolulu. Urn-
Jjine of OinnibiLSisoH.
7il)0 ' J?3HTCTI
BOOTS & SHOES!
Foot-wear of all kinds,
and to' suit ery puree,
'l ! ' 'I J i 111 ' 'it 1.
, :P. l&EjLt, -j'
ii r i
Has just opened nnills' now Belling a
1 ' 'i ii 1 ,' "
of Hoots and Shoes
11 "" '
of tho bcht woiknjiujsh'Ji) nndeifj-
Embroidered Christmas (Slipgey
' v ,1at'"'1i!lV'',jcAVearIii
Congid-H Gaiter's, Ac j &c."
Tho Stronghold" English Walking ((altar,'.
that never rip! ' 1 ' ''1
' -1 1 1 I- t, 11 i (1 i
i'lcnch Calftkin Dress BootH, ii
Riding BootH, PJajitntlpi .Bopjsft,,
ladies' and Children's Boos and, Shoe j.
In the latchl fitbliloiih.
tS"A laigotolkof Ficu6h.Dicslug.
P. 9ERTZ, ;!' ; 1
soi iyt pwiii5riwWlik'
-' - IT.
287 1 W