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r FKIDAY, JAN. 12, 1883.
""'' Thi9vdAy'8 doings.
i Regular Gush Sn1c, nt Sales Room
of F. S. Pratt & Co. nt 10 o'clock.
Union Prayer Meeting, nt Bethel,
Union Prayer meeting at Fort St.
Church, nt 7: 00.
Order of Hod men, at
' ' A SERIOUS STATEMENT.
Up to the present time our nvlc
siau wells have been looked on as
siblc to afford us nn inexhaustible
supply of water, and in view of the
occasional break down of the water
works supply this was a most grati
fying belief. Now, however, the
statement is made that for six
months past tho flow has been
steadily declining at the rate of an
inch per month.
Mr. Bingham and Judge McCully
have both got accurate gauges fitted
lo their wells, nnd they state that
the water is declining at this rate.
'As Mr. Bingham's well is at the
upper limit the diminution is more
iioliccable. Apparently, then, wc
have reached the limit of artesian
wells as a source of water supply for
the city, and must even be careful
of what wc have. Prompt action
should be taken by the Government
and all well-owners lo remedy as far
as possible this impending calamity.
COME AND GONE.
Has returned safe from her extended
voyage and the Captain gives a most
satisfactory account of it. She
brings 95 laborers of whom 6 are
women, all stout, hearty, and happy.
She has in addition 2!) men engaged
or boats' crews at Rotumah, who
will be returned there. "When the
vessel anchored she was boarded by
fie British Commissioner, who en
quired strictly into the treatment on
fie voyage. Not one had died, and
all were loud in their praise at the
kind treatment and good food they
had received. The last island
touched was Jaluit, 23 days ago.
The Morning Star- left there on the
23rd of November, all well.
Left yesterday afternoon with 100
returning Islanders. The amount
.of arms nnd ammunition taken with
them will enable them to obtain the
mastery over all those in their own
or neighboring islands. And it is a
Christian country which allows this,
and thus " wc 'comes the coming and
speeds the palling guests."
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
"What is' this wc hear about a
medical man being dismissed from
his post as family plrysicinn?
Those wishing to join Oahu Col
lege arc requested to meet at the
Armstrong premises at 3 p. in. to-day.
Ykstkiihay Port-Surveyor Morrill
found 35 lbs. of opium in the fore
peak of the Falkinberg, hidden un
der the coal.
-It is snid that there arc lepers in
a certain school for girls in 'this
city. Wc do not mention names to
avoid giving unnecessary alarm.
r ; J . V
i Tiik Hawaiian Minstrel Troupe
will make their first appearance be-
forc.he publio op Saturday, 'Janu
ary 20. Full particulars next Mon
day. We are told that the Board of
'immigration had been duly warned
by -its officials of the warliko pre
parations made by tho Islanders go
.ingori the Mana. They refused to
interfere, however. So that all blame
now rests on them.
Yesterday afternoon u party, con
sisting of the Ministry, the contrac
tor, members of the Press, nnd a few
friends, went to inspect tho nddN
tions to the Insane Asylum, nt tho
request of Dr. Ilngan. Full par
ticulars will appear to-morrow.
Many people were unaware of tho
foot that the Lchiin was to leave for
Hawaii "at 3 p.m. on Tuesday instead
of 4, ns .the Likeliko hail always
done; 'so,- some 200 letters were too
late" foVthc mail. It would bo ns
well to take notice of this chnngo iu
time, which will bo kept during tho
time llie Jeli'im runs on Uja route,
Mk, and Mrs. S. M. Carter were
pleasantly surprised on Wednesday
evening by having a large number of
their friends call on them nt their
residence on King street. Tho oc
casion was the 20lh (or china) anni
versary of their wcddiiig. Dancing
was kept up spiritedly till after 1
a.m., and a general good time was
hnd. "What made the occasion
specially remarkable was tho genuine
character of the surprise neither of
the happy pair having known of the
Coircspondcnco is solicited on the top.
les of the day, or what may become so.
"We lcservo the jiuht lo excise nine-
ly personal mutter.
"Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editok Bri.i.r.Tix : "Will you
kindly nllow me space to correct the
erroneous impression which may be
conveyed by a paragraph in the
Hmcaiian Gazette of the 10th inst.,
referring to the burglary and at
tempt at arson on my premises. It
says, "Hon. W. L. Green seems to
have incurred tho enmity of some
almond-eyed Celestials of tins city,
having had his house broken into
and several valuable articles taken
therefrom." It then refers to the
It was an out-building where the
Chinamen slept that was broken
into, and nothing of mine was
taken, or was thcc to be taken. A
gold ring and a few dollars (total
value $11) was stolen from a China
man, the former fellow-servant of
the thief, and between whom there
was a feud. All tho facts and it is
only a short story have been now
twice clearly stated in public, once
in the Police Court, and last Mon
day before the Supremo Court, when
the thief was convicted.
With regard to the attempt nt
arson I may say that it has been
suspected at the Police Station since
Monday night, nnd in which I con
cur that the facts so far developed
do not indicate enmity tome or any
one connected with me, but rather
it was o. half-witted and make
believe attempt at arson, which
might, it is true, have proved
serious, but was probably got up
with the object of throwing the
suspicion of the crime on some one
else. As the matter is still under
investigation it would not be right
to publish the particulars.
Yours, &c., W. L. Giti:i:N,
Ilanaiakamalama. Jan. 11, 1883.
His Majesty was quite right in
nirogating to himself the right of
appointing oflicers over that half
white arnry, that was about to be
organized. Ilis Majesty's keen per
ception of affairs abroad, leads him
to have- a1 decided objection to an
Arnbi Pashn in bis district just now.
So far, His Ex. the Premier lias
only condescended to inform those
who pay the piper, that two demi-
nouueed their intention
present nt tho 12th
ouitoonery ami miriesqne.
P.S. Private' infonnntion informs
Mr. Iohibo Knbo Zstnbo that the
two Japs have been engaged ns
cooks for the buffoonery.
According to, reports, from un
grateful favorites nt the Crown re
hearsals, the piqntle very much re
sembles most of the hats mentioned
by tho great historians, Messrs.
Box and Cox it wobbles.
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Washington, Dec. 21. Ellwood
E. Thornc called at the State De
partment yesterday on behalf of tho
rvew lork, riiilndelpliui nnd Boston
sugar importers and refiners, to ask
the Department's letter called for by
the House Foreign Affairs Com
mittee, with regard to tho political
bearings of n proposition to abrogate
the Hawaiian Treaty, bo withheld
until certain facts relating to that
branch of tho subject 111113' be sub
mitted. He vwis assured that the
reply would bo withhold, and it is
thought now that tho Comniittcu's
inquiries at the Treasury Depart
ment respecting the commercial
bearings of the proposition, ns well
as nt the Stato Department, will,
with facts to bo submitted by tho
trade, come up for discussion nt
Friday's Cabinet meetintr.v The
rumors of a, possibility of the cstab
lisluucu of n JSugUiSU Jiavu hlutiojl
at Hawaii, perhaps, as in homo way
n punishment to tho Government if
tho treaty should bo abrogated, have
for some time overhung attempts at
nction here, and it is understood tho
Stale Department has been itillu
onccd by them.
Late Foreign news.
For a few days pnst there has
been considerable quiet talk among
a few gentlemen close to the Ad
ministration, and in a position to
catch the cream of talk in diplomatic
circles, lo the effect that the Junta
of Guatemala was about lo take a
step that not only would be startl
ing, but would excite tho deepest
interest both in this country and in
Europe. It is said the slop which
the Junta proposes lo take is to pass
a resolution asking the privilege of
admission ns one of the United
States. As is well known, difficulty
lias existed for a long time about
the boundary line between Guate
mala and Mexico, and it was under
stood the solo purpose of Barrios'
visit to this country Inst Summer was
lo get the United Stales to interfere
and setllo the difficulty.
Havana, Dec. 21. There were
two slight shocks of earthquake at
C?....ltn.n .1,. "..!... n.i Jltn 11,1. Ellnf
Oilliuuyu ill; Vyllim Ull uiu inn uiai.,
and another shock, vcry'violcnt but
short, on the morning of the 12th.
The rehearing of the inquiry intot
the loss of the Escambia was con
cluded recently1 nt Westminster,
England, before the Wreck Commis
sioner and Nautical Assessors. The
decision of the Court was that the
vessel was overloaded on her de
parture from this port, and although
they blamed the Captain for taking
the ship to sea loaded as she was,
the Commissioner treated it as nn
error of judgment, nnd would not
suspend the Captain's certificate.
It is said that the Thames and
Mersey Insurance Co. will imme
diately commence a suit against the
Escambia Steamship Co., and en
deavor to recover the whole amount
of the insurance paid on the cargo,
inasmuch ns the fact was established
in the rehearing of the case that the
steamer was overloaded at the time
she left this port. A commission
organized for that purpose will take
testimony before United States Com
missioner Hoffman sonic time during
the coming month. The testimony
is to bo sent to Liverpool to bo used
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
This Diiy, Fi'idayi
At Sales Room, Beaver Block, nt 10 n,m.
will ho held
Regular Oasli Sale
Dry Goods, Furniture,
Tlu-ee Ssewiiif1 jVltieliiiiew
Lot Tut" hlcis,
2,i bng.- Costa Rica Colfec,
21 cases Frc-li Salmo 1,
21 cases Fredi Sardines.
Also, for account of Estate of J. Tucker,
10 pieces Amos Denims,
12 pieces Cotton,
1 two-wheeled J)og Curt,
1 Iron Safe.
F. S. PRATT & Co. Auctioneers.
SITUATION us pilvulu watchman by
si sober, f-te.uly man. Enquire lit
tjijuiiui's American 'Lodging lloii'-e.
ONE or two NUItSE MAIDS for
minding children, nnd for assist
ance in the hottechold. Apply to No. 3
School Sti eel. 2U lw
AT G. 'West's- CnrriiiRi! Factory. No.
70 Queen street, Four Good HELP
E118 iu the trimming shop. Good wages
"1)1 lw O. WEST.
ONE 10.Gnugo'cOIr'GUX, together
with mv favorite, spoitiug dog
" NANCY." 'Enquire of
2(12 lw tiD. W. CLA11K.
AJ.L persons having claims against
tho Estate of M. J. lto.se, deceased,
will pleiihu prchcnt them to tho un'der
tdgned; and all person indebted lo the
above Estate will pleaso t-ettle accounts
by pay 111 tut lo
F. A. SClIAEFElt.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 188.3. 2!5 lw
A GENTLEMAN and LADY, about
to linvel, dcslro a suitable female
I companion to accompany I hem and Inke
euro 01 uii'ii uiiiiuiun. .1 iieriiiiuieui
pohition will bo ollercd to the right per
son, with iigrecnbloconifoitti, &c.
Address or apply to J E. WISEMAN,
GenernlBusinesi. Agent, No. 37 Mer
chant street. 203 lw
ALL bills up to January 7, 1883, 1
payable at Cavcniighn agency,
V f! W.l I.I .lf.lt
E. G. WALLER.
Late proprietor Hotel st. Market.
THE Annual Meeting of tho Knplo
hinl Park Association will he held
nt the armory, in this city, on Monday
evening, January lflth, 1883, at 7 p.m.
A full attendance Is leipieslcd.
1 H, MAOFARLANE,
25 BicivUiry K, P,A.
1-X-T--1- -r- Titi xt
JJlJLJLlJNbrJtLAM X UU. ; 0
Itcsorvc this t-pneo for announcemcnts.of
of which they have l.irgc
NovolticB in all Lines of
Kerosene Oil, of the best
A FINE ASSOllTJir.NT OK
Boots, Shoes, Slippers,
TEE FINEST SELECTION OP GENTS' SCARFS,
One in n box, all ofwhich nro
Eminently Suitable for the Present Season,
277 A. W. lilCILUtDSON & CO.
A Card to the Public.
A CERTAIN statement emanating
from Chas. J. Flshcl, in his ad.
vertiscment in one of our native papers,
has appeared In several issues of late,
wherein he basely uses my name, setting
forth to the public that he can under
sell me, and soliciting patrontgo in this
cunning, bclicming way. I desire to
warn the public of his baseness nnd to
convince all that my goods arc always
marked down to bed rock prices, nntfT.
cannot be undersold by said Flshcl,
besides my goods arc always fresh' and
A. M. MELLI'S, Proprietor,
Honolulu Clothing 'Emporium,
288 lw 104 Fort Street.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE co-pailncrship heretofore exist
ing between Bruce Caitwright, W.
S. Luce and A. "W. Hush, under thcillrm
name or stylo of the Union Feed Co., is
this day dissolved.
Dated Honolulu, January 8, 1883.
TIIE partnership heretofore existing
between the said parties above
mentioned was not dissolved on the 28lh
day of December, 1882. The under
signed has not purchased the interest of
W. o- i.uco and a. v. uusn, aim nn noi,
assumed all the liabilities of said 11 in.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1883. 2!)3 lm
rpiIE Union Feed Companv, composed
X of Bruce Csrtwriglit, W. S. Luce,
and A. "V. Bush, was dissolved on the
28th day of December, 1882, Bruco Cart
wriglit 'purchasing tho cntiie interest of
W. S. Luce nnd A. "W. Bush, who from
tho 28th December, 1882, ceased to bo
partner. in the bald Unio.11 Feed Comp
any. Bruce Cnil wright, the purchaser,
assuming all liabilities of said Company
prior to dale of dissolution thereof.
AV. S. LUCE.
291 lm A. AV. BUSH.
J HAVE this day, sold to'CavMingh &
Co. the business of tho Hotel Street
Market, and luiyc. much pleasure in re.
commending the new firm to tho favor,
able notice of my former patrons.
E. G. WALLER.
Honolulu, January 8, 1883.
Having purchased tho good-will of the
Hotel Street Market, wc are now pi c
parcd to supply old customers nnd now
ones willi the best ciunlity of Beef, Mut
ton Pork, Vcnl, Poultry nnd Eggs at
Shinning supplied with live 'stock.
CAYENAGH ii Co.
Honolulu, January 8,1883. 203
Co-lnrtneiMlii Notice. ,
rpiIE undersigned beg leave to notify
JL llie public that they have this day
entered into n co-partnership to carry 011
11 Livery and Carriage Express business
nt the 'well known stand, tho Fashion
Stables. Tho linn nnmo Jo bo known as
Sullivan, Buckley & Co.
Honolulu. Deo. 10, 1883. . 201 lw
rpiIE undersigned beglcavo to notify
X tho public that Mr. II. J. Agnow
is no longer connected with tho Fashion
Stkblcs, Honolulu, nnd therefore they
wjll not bo responsible for nny contracts
made bv him after this date.
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY & Co.
Honolulu, Dec. II), 1882. 2t)l lw
rpHE undersigned begs to notify the
JL public that he is no longer con
nectcd with the Fashion Stnbloi of this
cby, and Jltcroforp will not bo respousi.
b'e for any debts contracted after this
II, J. AGNEW.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1882. ' 8 iiy,
- " .WTWfe WHl-
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Invoices lo arrive.
quality for, family use.
Sandals, Ties, &c.
Determined to Undersell !
NOTWITHSTANDING the impu
dent, ignorant and malicious no
tiee published in your paper by A.M.
Mellis, regarding Ids personal attack on
me and his ability lo sell his goods nt
bed rock prices, mid other similar fabri
cation matter. I would simply say that
his tirade by'lhis method to deceive tho
public hns long since been fully played
out, and even the native clement "has
been too often deceived by over-charges,
and goods palmed on" on them entirely
averse to what he represented them to
Compare for one moment my large,
varied and splendid stock in my fancy
and dry goods departments, with the
miniature assortment of said Mollis.
Since I dissolved partnership with A.M.
Mellis some two years ago, Llinvc en.
Inrgcd my place of business four times
the size 'it was then: nnd my stock is
even now too large to accommodate tho
store. Is it any wonder that I undersell
him? It is not the slightest difficulty for
me to sell my goods in nny department
from 20 to 50 per cent, lower than him,
nnd I have facts to prove this assertion,
all of which Mellis is ns fully aware of
as the public; but like some others of
his nature when difficulty arises trade
falling off, &c, he risks ids last chance
by publishing a sickly card to mislead
the public. The actual drawback to A.
M. Mellis is his unacrpinintnncc with
the Eastern and English wholesale
manufacturers, which sets him nt sen,
buying, ns he docs, indirectly, paying
high prices, and because he cannot com
nctc with 111c, owing to his purchases
licing.mndu through commission ngen
cics. It would be simply ridiculous for
nic to compare, my choice, well-selected
and vnricd stock, importing, ns I do,
largely fiom direct manufacturing
houses abroad, with tho few lines of as.
bortment ot A. JU. Jiellis. If one-third
of my stock of dry or fancy goods wns
placed in A. M. Mellis' Miinil,storc,tlicro
would not be sufllclent room left to even
hang tho portrait of said A. M. Mellis.
F Would advise 2Ir. Mollis to start out in
the now year with fair dealing and
honest representations, and apply him.
self to his business instead of falsifying
his neighbor and making indcscrctc ns
sei tions, which accusations eventually
will terminate sadly against him. To ho
jealous ns A. M. Mellis hns so conspicu
ously shown himself to he by bisenrd,
because my well-regulated prices and
goods aro drawing oil' his smnll trade, is
a sad omen indeed to Mr. Mellis; but if
he cannot compete with me in goods and
low prices lie must sink into oblivion,
as' time nnd tide waits for no man in
these enlightened days.
Believing frpm thekind'pntronngo he.
stowed on mo thatlho public, fully rely
on my word that I can undersell A. SI
Mellis, that I always hnve and always
will. I reninin, very lespectfully,
CHAB. J. FIBIIEL,
Proptjptor Lending Millinery House,
200 Cor. Fort and Hotel sis. lw
ALL parlies indebted to D. ". CInrk
nro requested to settle tho same on
or before tho 13th iustnnt; nud all par
ties having bills ugainst thebamoare
requested to present tho same without
Parties having clocks, watches and
jewelry nt my store, for repair!, will
plchso o'lll for tho saino nt once, as I in
tend leaving the Kingdom on tho 10th
SOP lw D. W, CLARK,
A LL DEBTS duo to tho undersigned
XV must be paid on or before the 31st
January, otherwise they will be placed
in the hands of a collector.
204 2w CAPT, MAROIIANT.
A CARPET BAG, left about. a fort.
XX. night ago In a shop near Fort st, .
in Hotel or Ivincr streets.
Bulfutja Qnacc, .