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SATl'UDAY, SICPT? 8, 18SJJ. '
THIS DAY'S DOINGS,
(Jyinniisiiiin Kxcix'Isuh for LiuIIch
mid Children from !) to 11.
(lOMpel 'lVniperanee AU'ctlnjj; u
, Ik'tlit'l, nt 7 till).
Pi'thel Sunday Sehool, lit Di-lo.
Li Fori St. Church S. S. nl'.hlfi.
gSt. AikIiW'h Ciillicilrnl S. S. 10.
tzltatlivl, Hc S. C. Damon, at II.
IftKopt St. Church, Hov. A. O. Kor
hes, morning inld evening.
St. Aiidruy8',Ciithuilrul, Kuv. Mr.
Wallace, morning nnd evening.
Ullile Chms ut Kort St. Church
AN AUTOCnAT'S AOTIONS.
All pei-HOiw in tliuHo islands inte
rested in the labor question will he
astounded to lenrii Hint the Minister
kof Foreign Affairs Iiiib, without any
meeting of the members of the Hoard
of Immigration, decided to stop any
further Portuguese immigrants from
coining to tins' country at present,
unless Messrs. lloifnutig & Co., the
gentlemen who aro managing this
business in Loudon, decide to accept
seventy-five per cent of their money
in Hawaiian Ciovurnniont Honda,
Wo have inquired of mcinheiH of
the Hoard of Immigration and learn
that one meeting of the Hoard has
been held this year when thlsnubject
was not discussed. We have in
quired of the Honolulu Agents of
Messrs. Hoffnung & Co. and learn
that their first knowledge of this
decision of the Premier's was by
letters received by the lust maii,
when the .London house expressed
Hiirprisc at not receiving their opin
ion as to the value of Hawaiian Gov
ernment Honds, nor any letter or
intimation whatever through their
agents, of the actions of the Gov
ernment, and they further stated
that as the San Francisco market
would not iioat the last Hawaiian
loan, they would have great diflij
oulty in finding a market in London
for these bonds. The difllcul
ties of recruiting laborers arc vary
great, and if the immigration be
stopped, or suffer any interruption
it will be months before the business
could be resumed besides entailing
very considerable loss on both Go
vernment and planters. In a short
time the terms' of the contracts of
the first imported laborers- will ex
pired and planters must have other
laborers todlll their places. We doubt
whether the Minister of Finance was
aware of the Premier's attempted
iinancial arrangements with Messrs
Hoffnung & Co., and, if lie were not,
he should in some decided manner
show his disapproval of his col
league's conduct. .No meeting of
the Hoard of Immigration lias been
held to discuss the advisability of
stopping the importation of laborers,
and, if the government finances were
not in such a condition as to justify
its continuance, the Hoard should ut
Jeast have been consulted. The
members of the Hoard will doubt
less show their disapproval
at their being totally ignored
and the community generally, espe
cially the planters, will undoubtedly
express their disgust at not first
.learning of this step from the pro
per official sources. Is His Majesty
aware of this uutocrotic action on
the part of his responsible adviser ?
' Colonel Geoigc W. Macfarliine,
the Commissioner of Portuguese Im
migration, whose firm are agents for
Hoffnung & Co., is a little reticent
about giving all the facts
bearing On this matter, attributable
no doubt to his ofllelal connection
with the Government as Commission
er, but wo Imve no doubt that, after
n III tie pressure from planters mid
others Interested litis been brought
lo bear upon him, he will bo induced
later to give all Hie facts in his
Mr. (jilwHii Hm present Mlnlsler
of Kni'Pifjii AffnIfH, Iiiih, by Ills Yd"
tm) fieiimi in forwarding Hie I'm
lMl npiiiM. flin niniii.viilioii of ihn
JelilllfiN "I' llli) J'flf'iflUi filimvi) lilmwlf
JijlKii'imt of nidimii'y diplniwiiio
llSHgo. Af Hip nrPBPut llmo llifirn is
ill uuPiwUlPfl I invprniiiPiit Piivny In
'dinmPi wimiiPi nuns nullum, hihi
n lilin blM'iili) Www mmti Iihvp
icon bruit nnd liv him hhonlil llmv
,mo um mi) n Uip I'Hftifjii Wilis-
lll'U t ll'llWlllllllll llflll'lll'U All'
iiiipnn J'nmw. Air.
In Luiiilmii niiMioliiK il
jpilw Jfiiwuiliiii. PHiild jmi , ip Uip
innnir or I ha Drolimt In Hurl I inili-
Commissioners in Honolulu were for
warded direct to Foreign Govern
ments without the knowledge of the
Hesldcut Commissioners. The Green
administration, on taking oflice and
discovering the acts of their pre
decessors, ut once resigned.
Wo strongly protest nt this most
unusual diplomatic action and main
tain that the resident Commissioners
should have received copies of the
dispatch and Protest that has been
forwarded in time to enable .them to
stale their opinions of the documents
by the same niail that carried them.
That the diplomatic corps in this
city are justly indignant at their
being Ignored Is not to be wondered
at, thai the letters accompanying the
copies of the Protests, which they
received on Wednesday after the is
sue of the Gazelle, ahuuld haw been
dated on Tuesday Is not lo be won
dered nt, and, that the whole scheme
was trickily laid and that His Ma
jesty lias been wilfully misled, is Hie
almost unanimous opinion of the ci
tizens of Honolulu. If the German
Government wished to communicate
with the Hrltish Foreign ollicc it
would bo done through the German
Ambassador in London and if the
Hrltish Government wished to com
municate with the German Govern
ment it would have been done
through the Hrltish Ambassador in
Germany, and in the case of which
we speak it should have been done
through Colonel Curtis laukea, the
accredited Hawaiian Agent in Europe
and with the knowledge of the Itesl
dent Foreign Commissioners, in
Honolulu. We Imve however the
satisfaction of knowing that the
Hrltish Government, if not all other
Governments, will lake not the
slightest notice of this Pitr.oious
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS
No biiHc-lmll jjiime lo-dny. J'ofcMhly
(Ji.lUN Hiutc at the Htiitlon House lust
i:xci:i.siou Lodge meeting on Tues
day event ng.
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The Mariposa's mull clones on Monday
Pamikii & Tjiaciiku nc'elved another
consignment of drugs, fancy goods, etc,
by the W. II. Meyer.
A cheque for 117,000 has been pass
ing from bund to liiitul in business
trunsuetfons Ihfs week.
MoIxmtNY hua just received a largo
and good htock of Indies' Mini girls'
IjooU and shoes utid of gentlemen's and
hoys felt hats.
Mr. C. J. Flshel hits opened a new
store at the corner of Merchant and
Nmiiinu streets where clothing of every
kind can he obtained.
A disturbance over a game of cards
occurred in a hotel .in town on Thurs
day. Dottles were trumps and heads
Mc-Intvjih has been feeding up that
horse of ids on potatoes to get him fit
for another bolt, bin the horse was
greedy ho fed too much and died.
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Du. Grossman, vlio is favorably
known In Honolulu, has now opened his
dental rooms on Hotel Street and in
prepared to pyrfoini all kinds of work
in Hint line.
Moms disclosures concerning the re.
cent political statistical collector of information;-
some of the San Francisco
taper on Mr. UilMoifs behalf, aio ox.
Pahsknokiis by the Mariposa who arc
going East should call upon T. I). Mc
ICay, the general Agont of tluj Chicago
Diirlington and Qumoy Lines at 32
Montgomery Street, Han Francisco,
Mu, J. Molt OatJr, hearing that Ho
nolulu baseball players were becoming
somewhat cxolted has brought a baso.
ball riiiitt.h! whlch'will ho taken to (lie
ground when any mutch takes place.
Mr, and Mrs. Criiiiii broke up tlmlr
camp at Kaiionhu on Thursday after a
pleasant stay of fi weeks and set out for
llouolnlu, via KiiiiIoii, Kahukii, Wllla
Inn, Wiilinme, nnd J'Jwa, They expect
lo reach llouolnlu on Monday naxt,
At Hid niPPlliig of ilia Fire J)pmrl
moot Jloiird of llrprnsdiitiuivns wIiph
Mr, Henry Hinitli win ulreioi fipnrnliiry,.
tlm milling Hcnrphiry. Major (Jullnk,
ipiniii'lu'd Hull lliU win) fho ilrnt oiipuHlnii
fur ninny yemw Mini nil Hie mpiii-milit-liv'iis
liml liiioii piaiii'iii, TIlP vote kIoimI
il- follriWHi HlilllllHi WIbphiii , ,(iyp.
TiU'f'imuiif Iliu NuvPiniiiPiil iipliiel
r Win- Flinvi'iilnw wis ui'tfiiul ym.
LpiiIiij; iijnriiliitfiiPiorii.iiijKii Auvihi
II r lllni ill) hU'AMI Jlinwil.un
nijilipi Inr Mr, rMnwnnhiw and Mr. Aah.
jiiri fin; i)n iJnvi)riiii)iiib TIip (ItiJilsfni)
m iiu i uiiii vviu iiu (fiv!i mi
Tmil n (IIP Wmlil
Onward and Upward
Now tiUn'd I Vow Qooibi J j
Corner Merchant and Js'uuuiiu tt.
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The liiicst line of Mono, Dvyn, i$
Yonlln Cloihlug vwr twin in Uds
Mothers bring your boys along and
select for youivelves out of this j-jcji
Mechanics will Jiud tjie ;ieulet jujid,
best Hiillfiifrs they eer wok
Call and soe Tiiem.
Clothing miinufiiclured front iw
American and KiiIifIi market
My H-mly'inadi! rjothbig dcpur.lwc;;l,
I make a speciality of, ami I
Kltlier In style, quality orpylic,
Ocntlemcn's Furnishing Oools ju
every variety, Bldits ( IVhJtc n)ul Co)
oi nl) HandkeiclilctV, Xivavtf CoJbo-,
Woolen (Joods, Hats, C.ii)s and bocs,
In fact, everytlilnga gentleman jjeods Jn
tills line, billions (Joods ol nyvyy dv
Fnaey Good, Toilets, Perfumery, Etc,, Etc,
Dry Goods of the hi test patterns and
Eibboiu, tacee, Hoiscry, Etc-, JJtc,
The community wJIJ he nn lhu
surprised when they yjJt my 'y
Htoio and Judge for Uiemsely the fUw
selection of Mock and the remujJijOJy
low prices asked,
I have made arrang')e;is direct M'Jlh
foreign imumfaeturcTH. and timufnw,
my orders aie shipped dbect at fly4
cost, and I can oompo'c for joy p;Jces
with wholo'iilc houses, and moM .ertajn.
ly, fur below the prices asked in K'hdJ
establishments in Honolulu,
Don.t forget the new Hiorn,
Low prices and Good Goods h my
Motto, yjo '
.llojuluy livening-, iHept. JOtli,
Will he exhibited fiteinhurg's,
Shown for the first time outh of the
United Htates, Illustrating places of
intciost in tins
irnlto.I Htnti'H, I',K;aiirlf
Dcscrlntiyc leclure by Mrs, l, Ihaiq,
Music under the direction of
During the evening Mr, Vredcnburg,
recently from Kurope. will )lny ftcje'
tloiiM on the cornet a piston, accompany.
Jinx himself on the phiuofoie '
'llie entertainment will conclude with
a Hramatic Heprcscnlatlon fiom the 4th
The Merchant of Venice I
Dox plan now open at Mr, Hoberfsoo&
Ioor ojien ut 7tllO
I'rlt'pf uh IfiiMiinl,
MK3ini5HBS of U;;celsior LoJg No,
l, I, 0, 0, F, aro rvi)mu I o nU
tend the regular nirc'Jn; o held
TueHlnyce-iina, Hep'c nhi") h, fi;,
lit MU ,M1 , ,hmu4, I'e ', rirct'y,
IWortvafjee's Notice of Sale,
BYOHDHItofA, J, Ctoitwrlgbl, the
mortgajfoo mimed in a teiinJn In,
dentine of mortgage, dale:! Fob, 'i'intl
J88I, made by H, JJ, Mlkalcml lo mU A,
J. Cartwrlght, w aie dlieeied to p at
Public Auction, on
Biitimlny, Hcsptoiiibov fifdml
at 12 noon, at our fialcs Doom, in Hono
lulu, nil tho;e certain pieces or parcels
of land situate at Kaukaliokii, JCopa'
ama, Island of Oaliu, and mow nniHwi,
Iarly described as follows!
(f) Apimn n, a Jol ama Cula, B boo,
maka ma lia pohaku 1 a e liojo Ak i 9
Kom M punk nine Ak M Kom 40
paukii pill me Keoiuiua, ana Um
fsoo Kom 478 pauku pill nut John
Needles alalia Hem He) Ilik S18 niiliku
mno Horn 'filoKmii 800 pauku pill m
Geogl Hoiiiiv alalia Hem 48" .llim Hilf
IM !,!,Jlu,Vp,lUJ!, X' ""' IH
A;'. 'irn1 "lit pill mo Ilurii Moolno
a hlkl ika hoomakn ana, Ho 3 flfldOO
Kkn, and bolng tho Bnmo nramira do.
scribed in Hoyal Hntont No, IH(H Ku
(2) Kkoln lol mo luduuilinle K hoomn.
Im ana ma kt kihl a o holo una Ak 47
llik mn niniliii e pill ana llto Kokiwmii'
oh Main Ado IIIH sua pmikii 0 plM la
ikoKekuanoAkW9'Hlk 181 miikii a
pill ana Iko Wllllimi Biumiiir AH 7 hm
il'iMil"! pplll iiiiiv kn Win. Hiimnor
AkBffo Kom ffJwmljiiB pill una iko
Win, Hiimiinr Ak 71 f om ll()n pimkii n
I'll I WM llfo Win. hiimiKir Ibun fii9
Kom 1(10 iiaukii e nl 1 1 ana t m 7)n,.i,
lloinll Hilt 100 pillllfllli pill ana i
riipia ii(iiiiiiuw ivoinmi piuiiiil p p
nun urn i'ohiu, iiiMii 11 - imiii 1,111) nun
pjilll nun lltn ivphiniuii, 1 1 mu ifjb 1
Iku ' ! Ihl 1111111 Illltl'J. Mki. mill In, I.,,,
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miiiM' ju I'll inn iii)9jiihim 111 1 my 11
lout No U.HIH IviilPimUlnlii T. 1 f 1:1.
hir fiiijlmr lmrilwiJaw niiiily In Ppo
fiiwi,;Aili)rii(iy fur ilurliispn, or m
nw IN fj.llfJl? ill'' iiiih, y,
JU yml h(iifii)ttii) yinr
ii!hmjii i) liiiiHljiij,
DiLhisauku & com
BULLETIN OF NEW 600DS !
HABKNE83 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
H Aw Aivl eH wl of A',i4v turf -tfMy mt4? U,f tw,
Miignmo-GfiMfc Fhe Vwotftotw & Boxen
y)'Hh hrw pmseM&wt totoktymt tkw my Mtwrmtv-Wr, auk $,?,
mw dzmghs m silver puted wam.
mvh Ftmviuff Win,. Vumm WUhIwMx, VhhU,-
Kemwn m4 MntettUw Oth tjMtotty A fflot tUxfo m tend mt to tt,ve,
Vail ami mamhw oar Mbit a ootid,
MUAXGHAM & UQ.
,tVm tWASMVMP, "MnriiHhfH,"
A, W, BICHAEDSOff & Go's,,
JSo, t& Wart, Mrtuii.
FOIi THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E, WISEMAN,
lltinl lining lU'oUt'r. " , ' '
CJimUnn lfona Itrolu'r,
Wmptoynmnt, Atumi, and
Jymmt, llmvemltM iomy Innuim tlmlofn ViWt'OM HOUfM HUOKKH
I ul Amnf Um JmUmi' 0ur '""' Miiti'HitiHy m find thte L
tarm ONLY xecognlxsA 3lal Kstato Brokw in this Kingdom,-
Um nml nomytorm9 in nil mm of Honolulu ami the vurUm Minute,
IJouw to km M)A mm in Honolulu ami mlmrhx,
Jjfwww to nml, un mlto or lnh, lUmnifUmit, Honolulu,
Hooks nml toammt Impu Hill mllmUul, Umi mm 0f w itemiutioa
amwn,Aeml toy yw, Monthly VUM?JmLl ISS
W Vhromon mimriiMon $M w ymr. Ami tor tho Hct i,fe
hmmnw (tommny in tint World,
w www wy mmwi'h
rneeions, tiuggief, Wagoni, &o.f &c,
Miiifii(iHird with all io lto4 UnpmmmiHH.
nUu,kmliMnu . WoWilmiMc doiio of oyovy UU,t,vlvuon,
Hitvlnj tho nmlmniAHivH I mn oimhlod to do work
VUimiwv mid l)oll;oi limn niiy oilier inn jn Mh cllv.
Now work nml nojinlrlng ilono with mnuhli, mttefimUm, or no olmrp nuido
J 'J . .-'Trj mix niritJttM (fnnmitu.ujM;
People Going East
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119 NomaoHKM R-niKB-f,
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iiiHi QuiNoy mm,
Sho tafi ttio Olioapofil),
Th Most Oamfortflhli
in tiny TkwMU-yi
ftivii.i. w,. ..
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HAH JUIW IMVMVM)
A Supply of New Goods,
Ooil, Iron, Oak, Anil, Upokm, Ilium,
VellooH, Hub, mm, too,, at (ho ht cjualHy,
Hold at tho lowest prim.
Oflloo Mup't Wnf tir WorlCH,
Honolulu, July a, mi,
"l 'I" '"""i Jiiiviriir vator J'rlv nmt
0ll ymili OHAII, IJ, WlLHON ,
H ,. ,,, , , , Miifi Wntur VVorltM,
H, If, If aai, Mliilnlnr of Inforlor, $M
100 (Ij'oftm mid OnndloM
IIWMlvwl l)y Um il, H, " Miiriiiumi
Now W-nimli CiiiiiIIpk, (Jioiiim,
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liluii' nil Miiinliiy nl
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