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THURSDAY, OCT. 4, "l88U."
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Regular Cash Sale at Sales Room,
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
Rose Crox No. 1. 7:!10.
Free Entertainment, Y. M.
Hull, 7 :0.
TEN DOLLARS A HEAD.
In this month's number of the
Planters Monthly is an article which
discloses another peculiarity i l10
conduct of the Immigration business
of this country. It appears that the
last Portuguese immigrants who
arrived here cost 90 for each adult,
yet the planters had to pay 8100 as
heretofore. Our contemporary asks
" what has become of the other ten ?"
As the planters previously paid $100
per man, including all expenses for
landing and detention, how can it
now be claimed that it is necessary
to make an extra charge of 810 per
man for such purposes ? Has the
surplus been paid into the Treasury ?
If not, where is it ? The late mem
bers of the Board of Immigration,
by their reticence on these little
transactions, cause people to imagine
that thej' know something which they
are averse to making public. If they
arc iguorant of the why and where
fore of all these little charges it is
their duty to say so, then people will
know definitely who should be called
to account for the immigration
eccentricities. As Messrs. Iloffnung
& Co. and their agents Messrs. Mac
farlane & Co., did not receive the
extra ten dollars, the planters are
anxious to know who did receive it
aud will doubtless discuss this, with
other little matters, at their annual
meeting which is to be held this
The Planters Monthly says "The
sum of $1.10 is now being demanded
by the Portuguese Consul in Hono
lulu, although for what reason is not
made clear." This assertion is made
in connection with the article on the
ten dollar charge. If our contem
porary had taken the trouble to in
quire from the Portuguese Coni
misioncr the reason would have been
"made clear." The sum of $1.10
is a charge for the cretificate or
title of nationality, that every
Portuguese must have and produce
to the Consul when applying for re
lief at the Consulate, for sickness or
other causes, after his term of
service with the planter has expired.
This fee, is not a perquisite of the
Consul's, or any personal emolument
to him whatever, but a matter of
revenue for the Portuguese Govern
ment, and which we presume, serves
as a fund for the relief of indigent
on distressed Portuguese. Mr.
Canavaro called upon Col. Macfar
lane and explained the matter before
the arrival of the ''Hankow," aud
the latter gentlcrana fully approved of
the arrangement. This sum, though
advanced by the planter in the
first instance, is subsequently paid
by the laborer. The Portuguese
commissioner explains the charge to
the men at the time their contracts
are delivered to them.
Above the nom-de-phtme of
"Truth "we have received a letter
on the subject of Leprosy in which
serious charges and statements are
made, but as upon inquiry we find that
they arc incorrect we must therefore
decline publishing the letter in which
a few good points have been raised.
If our correspondent will apply for
information at head quarters, he will
ascertain that his assertions are
hardly sustained by the facts.
The tern D. S. Williams Capt. J. J.
Winant 82 days from Eureka arrived
yesterday with 333,301 feet of lumber
and 170,000 shingles. Slio is consigned
to Lowers & Cooke. Slio lmd a squall
-which lusted seven days then calms and
Schr Netlio Merrill went ou the Mil
line Railway yesterday to be cleaned.
There being a southly wind yesterday
the torn D. B. Williams came in without
assistance of the Pole.
Schr l'ohoiki brought 30 cords of fire
Schr Rainbow brought 200 bags rice.
The bktne J. A. Falkinhtirg, Cant.
Goodwin, 21J4 days from S. F., arrived
' yesterday with 2 horses, 109 bales of buy,
608 bbls of salmon, 141 sks of outs, 037
sks of bran, 1,020 sks of Hour, 125 sks of
barley, 735 sks of bone meal, 000 8k3 of
wait, 2 spring wagons, 102 sks of potatoes
174 boxes of baking powder, 2,400 hdls
of shingles, 1,400 r.w. post etc. Slio is
consigned to Messrs. Castle & Cooke.
.She hud 15 days of light winds and calms
' got the trades m latitude 22 longitude
151. She is discharging near the ilsh
inurket. A government mule, a cart, in the cart
some soft brown rock, a blue and brown
man with a pick and shovel, A hole in
the road, some mud picked yloose, Koft
rock dropped into the Iiolo and pasted
in with mud. And of such is the mend,
jug of Merchant Street.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
IbntiiiPDA water on draught at Pal
mer fc Tliuchcr's. 05 lm
Lyons & Levey's regular salo takes
1 1 ice to-day.
A hncknuui found portion of a stud on
the wharf. Prove property at this office.
Lux Chong fc Uo. of 07 Niiunnu Street
lmvc now silks and cloths. Gentlemen's
suits arc made to older and to lit.
Tin: 7V.ir' man tried bicycle riding
yesterday. Ho fell and roiled in the
mud seven times within a block.
The mouse lire was not in Murchnnt's
house hut in that of a native in Mar
A fight between two natives on Chap
lain btiect attracted the attention of
sovcral hundred people on Tuesday.
Wixo Wo Tnl & Co. of 21 Nuuanu St.
have a lot of new plantation goods and
supplies and some superior matting.
Mr. J. 1. Wntcrhousc, Senior, Mrs.
Wutcrhnusc, Mr. .1. T. Wnterhousc Jr,
and Messrs. W. and 11. Dimond are ex
pected on the Mariposa.
. . .
11. R. 11. Princess Liliuokahini holds
her regularly monthly reception this
afternoon from 3 to fi o'clock. The bund
will ho in attendance.
Tin: jury at the Supreme Court was
locked up till a quarter past two on
Wednesday morning when they deliv
ered a sealed verdict.
Tim free entertainment at the Y. M.
C. A. hull will take place this evening.
Men, young, old and of all classes, are
. . .
A meeting of the committee of the
Trade Union will bo held on Saturday
evening. No available hull has yet
been obtained for a general meeting.
Mn. Stirling started for Hamakua,
Hawaii on Tuesday to inspect flic new
landings on the const that have just
been completed by Messrs. Lawrence &
Adams advertising auction man goes
round town with his poster held close to
the ground and turned upside down.
Several people yesterday stood on their
heads vainly endeavoring to read it.
David, for assault and battery, was
fined $3 and 3.10 costs yesterday; Pi.
lipo on a similar charge forfeited his
$10 bail; several lcmands and several
drunks completed the business.
Does the Attorney-General ad interim
(Mr. Gibson) intend to prosecute the
proprietor (Mr. Gibson) of the EMc Poa
kolu for the innecency published in that
print last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Dodd, who have
been at the Grand Hotel for nearly two
months, return to Honolulu on the next
steamer. Mr. Dodd was the only Hono
lulu Knight Templar at the Conclave.
The board of management of the Ha
waiian Humane Society have appointed
His Majesty and Mr. Hose of Kaneohe
as honorary members. Mr. and Mrs.
D. F. Dillingham were elected members.
O . -
A meeting of the Myrtle rowing club
was held on Tuesday evening when it
was decided not to build n new boat
house but to endeavor to raise subscrip
tions for the purchase of a six-oared
racing gig. E. Wodehouse was elected
Thehe was a sick mule and its kind
owner, after two shots put an end to its
miseiy. The corpse was taken to the
wharf to be towed out to sea; while
dumping it over the wharf man and
mule had u swim together.
Business men who are desirous of
increasing their advertisements in the
Daily Bulletin with its enlargement
in about a fortnight, will greatly oblige
the business manager by leaving their
orders as early as possible. The circu
lation of tills paper is considerably
larger than that of any other foreign
paper in town.
At the Police Court on Tuesday, 1?.
Levey was lined $4, and costs 3.20 for
violating the Express ltulcs ; Allan,
was sentenced to ten days hard
labor for disorderly conduct ; Akai, for
possessing opium was remanded for
sentence, and Ah Chong on a similar
charge was lined 100 and sentenced to
six months hard labor.
A meeting of the Trustees of Ouhu
College was held on Tuesday evening,
when a large amount of business was
transacted, chiefly with referenco to the
new teachers to whom a public reccp
tion will be given on Friday evening
next at the College The regular work
of this term will connnenco on Wednes
An express came to grief on Nuuanu
St. on Tuesday afternoon ; tho shaft was
fcimished and the horso got mixed up
with the wheels necessitating their re
movol which was ably peilormed by
Mr. Van Holt. A policeman tried to
persuade the horse to get up by kicking
it, but was stopped by a Iluniiino So
Thehe was not a very large atten.
dunce at the Hand Conceit on Tuesday
evening owing to the inclemency of tho
weather, ladies were conspicuous by
their nbBcnco. The music was highly
appreciated the ' Beljsiirio Cavatlna,
'Knight Templar' march and 'Annen
polka, being loudly applauded. The
boys wore their Frisco uniforms but
there wore no programmes,
Tim Bulletin is read even in tho far
East for a hulf-column notice is given
to tho little paper in the Passaic City
Herald published In Passaic City, N.
J. The Bulletin js called a " sprightly
and spirited sheet" und Its "makeup
and general appearance " are favorably
commented upon, Referenco Is mude to
the Honolulu Fourth of July celebration
as reported by the Uum.i.tin and It up.
pears that the sume kind of engine Is
used for printing the Pntssaic Herald as
is used In this olllce
Tin: following properties were sold
yesterday at auction by Mr. J. V.
Adams : ono-ilftli inleiest In the Cosmo
politan hotel for 2,000 to Mr. F. T.
LenehiiH ; two share In the Chan
Chuck Co's cane plantation at llakalan
for 2,000 to Mr. Tong Afong ; one
fourth share in the 1'ahima land Co. to
Mr. .1. P. Mondozu for 3,850 ; lutoicst,
free from incumbrance. In a section at
tho eastern corner of King and Niiunnu
streets, with a frontage of 51 ft Din on
King and 28 ft olu on Nuuanu, for
5,850 to the estate of W. L. Austin.
Total amount realized 14,300. The
sale of an Interest in the International
hotel was postponed.
The Ilnwniian bark Starlight,
bound for Panama, is reported
ashore in Magdalena bny and a total
The bark Revere was wrecked off
Cnplc Flattery. All hands saved.
The bark Britannia was wrecked
off Halifax. Thirteen persons per
ished including the wife and four
children of the captain, Gasston.
A Norwegian vessel was sunk in
the English channel by a collision.
Twelve persons were drowned.
The ship Erwin, from Liverpool
for San Francisco, was burned at
sea. The crew was saved.
NEGUS On September 22d, at her
residence on Merchant street, of a stub
den Prcss-nro and a I5ulli;t-in her,
DAME NEGUS, aged .7. Her last at
tack was bitter. The funeral will leave
the Tcazer otllce at 3 o'clock sharp.
IS1" All are respectfully invited.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Thursday,
Oct 5th, at 10 o'clock a m., at Sales
Room, will beheld
Regular Cash Bale
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
Line of Fresh Groceries,
Kegs and Firkins of Butter,
Just Beech cd ;
Sacks of Sugar, Flour,
Potatoes, Onions, and Garlic.
CASES 02? BEEF,
One lion Safe
Also, One Family Horse,
Sound, kind and Gentle,
And Buggy and Harness.
.Lyons & Levey, Auct'rs.
Bark " Mallsgate."
Consignees bv tho ulinvn
ii vessel will please call at the
ss-oiHcc or the nuclei-signed, and
favfuryreccivn outers fnr tlmir rr,rlc
The vessel will commence discharging
this (Thursday) morning at 7 o'clock.
All goods left on wharf after 4:30 p.
m., will be at the risk of owners.
523 lw T. H, Dayiks & Co., Agents
"WING "WO TAI & CO.,
TT Importers and General Dealers
in English, American and Chinese Pro
visions. Plantation Teas and General
Supplies. Also, While & Colored Con
tract Matting, all qualities and prices.
No. 24 Nuuanu street, opposite Mr. (
Afong's. 523 0m
KEN LTJN CHONG & Co.,
Dealers and Importers in
in large and small pieces,
AJUIu COLORS fc GRAB J3S.
Broaa anfl 1 Fine Clotls
All patterns and qualities.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
In the Latest Parisian ond American
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.
E23 No. 07 Nuuanu St. 3m
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS. Ap
ply to Mrs. Gabcoyxe, 114 Nuuanu
street. 503 8t
For Snle, Cheap,
One Top Buggy, and one
Piano-Box Open Buirirv:
x icuiu-uuA vj,uu XJllggy
.both in nnrfnnt. nnlnr A
ply 20 Fort st., cor. School. TW,
SJK rn, ,..., , . .
j lie uuuursigiicu WISH
es to BUY a gentle, re
liable OAK HI AGE
"V. O. SMITH,
38 Merchant st.
A GENTLEMAN- of experience whil
es to take chargo of a branch store
for a. reliable linn. He is willing to set.
tie on any of tho islands for that pur
pose. Letters of recommendation and
references given. Apply to A. 0. de La
Nu.v, Post Ofllce, Honolulu; or to No 27
Montgomery Square, r22 lw
Nuuanu and Marino Sts.
First-Class Meals at all hours.
- Board S5 per week.
Sliififle MealH to Order.
HHWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
J- Rooms. No, 8 Kukui St. 023
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
JUST ItKOIHVKU, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a Are in half the timo of nny other machine.
It docs not get out of order, and is nhvays ready for use.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Store should have one.
Magneso-Calcito Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside space than nny other snfc Wn aue Bole
Agents l-on THE AliOVE.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
"Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Bice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing- Wire, rumps, Windwill.s, Tanks,
Kerosene aud Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
J. SV3. OAT, Jr., &, CO.
Gazette Block, So. 2$ Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum blocks, Blank books, inkstands, letter scales,
Mucilage, Copy Books, Pons and Holders, Envolopes, Drawing Paper, Memo
randum Books, Lcltor Presses, and Invitation Paper, Carter's Violet and In
delible Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Basoballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday dards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS. -
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WORLD can be
OBTAINED fiom OAT, or he will send for them.
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Home Made Jewelry, "Watches,
Bracelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND ORNAMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea Sets, In Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation.
B Native Jewelry a Specialty .3
Repairing and Mending in all its Branches.
The Sole Agent for King's Celebrated Eye Preservers
3m (511 b
JUST BEEIVEI, ex "Mnriposn,'.'
(SELECTED BY OUE MH. BTOCKLEY) ilt
W. RICHARDSON & Co's.,
No. 68 aprt Sti-eot.
FOE THE PEOPLE.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
JRoul Estate Broker, , V
Custom I-IoiiMc Brolrer,
Emijloymeut Wffont, unci
General JBiiwincHH .Ag-oni,
Office, 27 Merchant street, . . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
rt:; f1rzec:;ircud to m,,,,dns cnw" nt tu cm S? zss
Xr:;2ice0Ur l flndthiscL.
ESTThe ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.")
Land and property for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands ' '
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
Sawn irri vT; B!,,;Too"rod- Lo1 f -y w
lS'nhm T fry 8 M,uhl',lM Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Chromes- subscription $1.86 per year. Agent for tho Best Life
Insurance Company in the World.
-E2rChnrgC3 "lw"Vs -Hodernto. -rninni.n v 170
KE IIOOLAUAIA nku noi ma kola
mi pun ko Slug Tong Long, Ping
Chong Afan a mo Aiu noho ana i mail
lain 110 ka Hul o Sun Cheong Leong &
Co. A mi Atono e huvehiwo nku ka oihu.
na nialalo 0 ka inoa o Sun Cheong Leong
&C'o., ma Hcela, Koolnupoko, Ouhu.
E O na aio a pan i ka halo i oleloia e
pono o hookaaia aku lain,
011 3w AIONG.
mi bjii tHwiniM irtm&mwwwm
A BINE LOT OF
Matting- of all Grades
BOTH WHITE AND COLORED
Far Ruin nt.
A. S. OLEGHORN & CO
SG. II. ROBERTSON,
In town. Telephone No. 05, 15