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TUESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Women's Hoard of Mission, Fort
Bt. Churcli, parlor, 2:'J0.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
Children's Band of Hope, at Miss
Breeze's, at 7 :U0.
OPINION OF THE SAN FRANCISCO
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session yesterday
Walhtku Sugar Co
Walinanalo Sugar Co 115
Ilonokaa Sugar Co .
Koloa Sugar Co
Groe Ranch Plant. Co 290
Vainnac Co 125
Union Mill 1200
East Maui Plant. Co
Reciprocity Sugar Co
Haw'n Bull Tel. Co
Inter Island S. N. ( 1U5
The San Francisco Weekly Ex
aminer publishes n. long article on
the present political situation of Ha
waii from which wc make the follow
ing extracts :
"For about a year past the Ha
waiian Government practically has
been in the hands of five men Da
vid Kalakaua, the King; Walter
Murray Gibson, Minister of the In
terior ; John M. Kapena, Minister of
Finance, and Edward Preston, Attorney-General.
Within the past
three months Mr. Preston has re
signed, and the Attorney-Generalship
pro tern, is Idled by Mr. Gibson.
Mr. Preston's resignation was os
tensibly because the other members
of the Cabinet had broken their faith
by granting a liquor license to a na
tive after refusing one to a white
For the month of August, 1883 :
Under 1 year... .17
From L to 5 8
from o to 10"- 0
From 10 to 20... 5
From 20 to SO... G
From !J0to40... 1
From 40 to CO. . . 0
From HO to 00... 7
From CO to 70... 1
Over 70 12
S S Islanders.... 1
Gient Britain.. . 2
U.S. America... 2
Other nations 00.
causi: ok nn.vni :
Consumption. .. 8
Cholera Inftm.. 2
Disease of Lungs 1
Disease of Brain 1
Disease heart.. . JJ
Disease of liver. 1
Fractures ribs... 1
Innam. bowels.. 1
Lcpious exhaus. 1
Old age 11
Whooping cough 1
in San Francisco, and two now cabins '
one for the chief engineer and ono for
passengers were built on deck near tl c
The new Time Tabic of the steam
ships Mariposa and Alameda will bo
found in this issue. The Mariposa will
leave on Monday next, at noon sharp.
Ah Chuck the Chinese nclor who was
fined for assaulting the boy that took
him an insulting letter, was arrested on
Saturday-night for having opium in his
Ick from the Honolulu Ice Works can
now bo had in any quantity. New ma
chinery has been put in which will
turn out from 10 to 15 tons of ice per
A now organization, the Children's
Band of Hope, will be formed this
evening at the residence of Miss Breeze.
Intending visitors aic requested to be
punstual at half past seven.
At Makawao on Maui, from Saturday
night to Monday morning of last week,
tlnec and a quarter inches of rain fell
in a steady downpour. Work not inter,
fered with. Good for the country.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FERE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twico as large a Arc in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is always ready for U3c.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Store should havo one.
Ma&'neso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With lnrgei percentage of inside space than any other safc
Aoents yon thk Above.
We ake Sole
Number unattended 20
COMl'AllATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY:
Aug 1878 23 Aug 1S81 34
Aug 1870 09 Aug 1882 45
Aug 1880 48 yn 18:33 GO
J. II. BltOWN,
Agent Board of
several years Mr. Gibson
has been posing as a friend of the
native, in opposition to what he has
chosen to term a' "white invader."
His colleagues in the Ministry are
both half whites. Mr. Bush is a
crafty, shrewd and daring schemer
of no mean ability. Mr. Kapena is
considered an amiable incompetent.
Mr. Gibson was born at sea, and be
lieves himself to be the scion of a
noble English family."
"The opposition press of the Is
lands have branded the existing Mi
nistry as incapable, profligate and
distinctly and swecpingly bad ; and
most of their direct charges have
nassed unchallenged. The chief
dread seems now to be that the
whites, having a minority of votes,
and being in no one thing thoroughly
united, will be unable to carry the
election next February, and that the
present Cabinet may continue in
power indefinitely. This would not
be if the gravity of the situation
were fully understood by the popu
lation. It is not understood and
cannot be until the next tax levy
shall be made, which, considering
the rate at which money has been
squandered during the present Ad
ministration, must inevitably be
The Examiner then states " that
the King had better choose for his
Cabinet four such men as Colonel
George Macfarlane for Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Mr. J. O. Carter
for Minister of the Interior or of
Finance, Mr. E. P. Adams for ei
ther of these positions, and Mr. F.
M. Hatch for Attorney-General.
These four men would harmonize all
interests the planters, the people,
the merchants and thc natives.
Another good Cabinet might be
made up of Dr. J. Mott Smith, now
special Hawaiian Commissioner at
Washington, and Messrs. Mark Rob
inson, B. G. Wilder and S. B. Dole.
But none of these gentlemen are at
all likely to accept office unless they
could be more sure of retaining their
positions long enough to formulate
and carry out a policy. All four
have large interests at stake, al
though only one is rich."
"A reasonable guarantee would
be required that their positions
should be secure to them for at least
two years. Unless some such move
ment is made the names suggested
being only among a large number of
equally available ones the interests
of every white man on theso islands
-will bcin jeopardy ; and among the
whites Americans outnumber all
other nationalities, with the excep
tion of Portuguese, who arc at pre
sent chiefly laborers and small trades
men." "The opinions expressed above are
not the opinions of the opposition
only, but are gleaned from conver
sations with the best meil on all the
islands. Good government on the
Islands is of importance to every
San Francisco merchant who deals
-with them. The Chinese question,
the leprosy question, the reciprocity
question, the monopoly question
need to be in safe hands in the
hands of men who will carry out in
the Sandwich Islands the principles
which the Examiner has always ad
vocated for Calif orniu."
Arrivals at San Francitco Aug. 17,
brig W. G-. Irwin, 2S days from llonolu
lu; Aug. 18, schr Ida Scluiauur, 28 days
from Kahului ; Aug. 22, tchr Ella from
Sailed from San Francisco Aug. 10,
schr Claus Spreckcls; Aug. 21, brig W.
H. Meyer for Honolulu.
Ship Ellerban from Hull for San
Francisco, was abandoned m a sinking
condition oiTCape Horn.
Schr Pauahi brought 130 Lags sugar1
and 1100 bags paddy.
Schr Marion brought 897 bat's sugar.
Stmr Mariposa brought 1410 sacks of
flour, C00 sks barley, D02 bales hay, 310
sks oats, 980 sks biau, 200 cs beer, 314 cs
whiskey, 98 pkgs machinery, and 1520
Schr Ehukai brought 3C0 bgs sugar.
Yesterday the C It Bishop took a,clin
kcr built row-boat to Uannpepe. for fish
She Likehkc has been re painted and
The sailing of the Llholiho has ueen
postponed until to-morrow.
The Caibaiicn is at Brewtii'a wharf.
The bark Caibarein, Capl. L. II. Hub
haul, arrived yesterday 17 days from
S. F. with 020 bales of liny, 039 sacks
of bran, 600 bdls of shingles, 1,092 sacks
of flour, 322 sacks ot oats, 227 sacks of
barley, 10,900 ft of lumber, and 400,000
shingles, etc. She Is consignad to Messrs
Castle & Cooke.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
Dr. Hyde has not secured a principal
for Oahu College.
Judge McCully wus at Munich on
July 29th. All well.
The Pensacola sailed on Sunday after
noon for Yokohama.
Mr. Ashley, Wells Fargo & Co's agent,
received eighty packages of merchan
dise, and about the same number of
letters which were all distributed bo
foie the Maiiposa was alongside the
By the steamer Mariposa, eight broth
ers of the Order known as the Brothers
of Mary, have arrived from Dayton,
Ohio. They come to these islands for
the education of our youth. They arc
all native born Americans. Five of these
Christian Brothers will take charge of
St. Louis College, and three will be sent
to Wailuku, Maui to-day by the Likeli-
Yesterday morning before Judge
Austin, Mr. Preston, acting for Mr. Win
Flowerdcw, presented a reply to the in
junction that had been issued by the
Government to "prevent the work of con
structing the tramway to Kapiolani
Park. Mr. Ashford asked for time to
consider the reply and the case will pro
bably be heard on Thursday morning.
A friend sends us the following: To
protect the body from mosquitoes dur
ing the night, take a sponge bath of salt
and wntcr, or vinegar and water, and do
not dry the skin entirely. Better than
this, inasmuch as it bcnclit-3 the skin, is
to wash in lemon water. The acid is
distasteful to the mosquito, and ho wan
ders off to sweeter flelds. The bath is
also cooling and of great benefit. '
1 Tin: German laborers from the Ooka-
la plantation decided yesterday to re
turn to their work and leave to-day on
the Likclike. The cause of the trouble
was because one of their countrymen,
who was generally unpopular, had
sworn out a warraut against another
who wti3 consequently arrested, so all
refused to work. Thirty-three men
were tried before the local judge and
committed to jail until they should de
cide to work again but one day's reflec
tion in prison had the desired effect and
all ends happily. Thirteen men from
the same plantation are still in jail in
Hilo on a similar charge.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.-
Wire Cloth, "Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cngcs,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive. ..
Call and examine our 2Tcio Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Shoe & Clothing Sale
Nolte has a handsome f raimed picture
of the Knights Templar Parade.
The September number of the Angli
can Church Chionicle has been received.
Overtures for leasing the Music Hall
have already been received by Mr. Irwin.
The Advertiser published an Editorial
yesterday on the subject of the late
Zulu King who Is not dead yet.
Judgo Bickerton was well and jolly
when the Mariposa left Frisco, but Mr.
Bolles was not in very good health.
Rev. A. Mackintosh, J. Mott Oat, Mr.
and Mrs. Ilalstead, aud Hon. S. G. Wilder
returned to Honolulu on the Mariposa.
cargo in San Francisco
having received a full
will not take passengers from Honolulu.
Mr. J. T. Watcrhousc Jr. has benefit
ted considerably by his trip to the Coast
and is quite well again. He goes East.
A large number of people met tho
Mariposa on her early arrival yesterday
morning. The band was playing and
the hoys sang several songs.
A boy was riding along Merchant St.
yesterday when his horse slipped and
fell, as did the rider over tho hoivo's
head. Both covered with mud.
Mr. McLanc tho purser of tho Maripo.
sa, and Mr. Asliloy, agent 'for Wells,
Fargo & Co., have kindly furnished us
with tho latest San Francisco papers.
The Mariposa brought 110 passengers
and 1200 tons of cargo. Sho discharged
tho San Francisco pilot at 4:43 p.m. on
Monday, Aug. 27th, and arrived at Ho
nolulu at 0; 10 a.m. yesterday. Her big.
gest day's run was 330 miles.
The steerage accommodation of tho
Mariposa was improved while sho was
Dear Bulletin: It has been
rumored during the past week that
steps have been taken by the Hawa
iian Government to annex the islands
of the Pacific to this Kingdom, and
that Captain Tripp and Mr. Clarke
were instructed during their cruise
in the Julia to plant the Hawaiian
standard on certain islands. It is
further rumored that a declaration
has been seht from this Government
to Foreign " powers to the purport
that His Majesty King Kalakaua
proclaims his sovereignty over the
said islands and also protests against
their occupation by other nations.
Should such rumors be true, it is
difficult at first to conceive what
effect such a course would have, the
idea of this little Kingdom scttine:
itself up in opposition, so to speak",
to Foreign nations and the Austra
lian Colonies is preposterous and
absurd, the country would be pub
licly ridiculed and officially con
demned. The rumor oupht to be
unfounded because the foreign re
presentatives iu Honolulu have not
been informed or advised in any
way on the subject, but yet it is
positively stated that several meet
ings of the cabinet have been held
to discuss the question and that the
protests have been forwarded by
the mails that have recently left
for the Coast and the Colonies.
We publish tho above letter,
although the rumors are not definite,
hoping that it may produce an offi
cial reply and that if true, our first
intimation of the circumstnnces may
not bo received from abroad as was
the case in respect to Hjs Majesty's
proposed trip to Australia. Ed. D.
A. M. Mollis', : : : : : 104 Fort Street. '.
Commencing This Day.
Oh account of retiring from this branch of
business, I will sell my entire stock of'
Ladies', Gent's, and Children's
:- ' " Shoes, 'and Men's and
Regardless of Cost !
A NEW PROCLAMATION
JOSEPH E. WISEIMAM,
Real lUstuto J3xolcei,
Custom. I-Ioxihc Broker,
Employment Agout, and
General DBuHiiiews -A.g'cnt,
Office, 27 Merchant street, - Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have adde I to my husiness that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at tho Custom House of goods through
Power of Attorney from merchants. Our busine&s community will find this dc. ,
partment a great source of convenience.
EThe ONLY recognized Heal Estate Broker in this Kingdom.
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suhurhs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal paper's of every descriptiou
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and "Visitor, w ith
18 Chromo3;,8ubscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
Uncharges nlways moderate. JSTTclcphonc No. 172.
For the I TOOOfOOOf
COLORS -AJNX SIZES,
FOR SALE AT
JL W, RICHARDSON & Go's.,
:No. OS JTot't Stx'eot.
In this city, Sept. 1st, hy the Itev. Dr.
Damon, Henry B. Ryan lo Miss Henri
etta Singer, both of Honolulu.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A Supply of New Goods,
Cpal, Iron, Oak, Ash, Spokes, Rims,
Felloes, Hubs, Shafts, &c, of the best quality,
Sold at the lowest prices.
Phaetons, .Buggies, Wagons, &c, &c,
Manufactured WlUi all the latest improvements,
UluolCHinltlilner He VootlAVorlc done of every JdesorlpUou.
Having tho jikbt.mkukanicb I am enabled to do work
Cheaper and bettor than any other firm in this city, i
Network and Repairing douu with completc'satisfactlou, or no charge made