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TIIUKSDAY, OCT. 18, 18815.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting, Labor & Supply Co., 10
Regular Cash Sale at Sales TCootn,
of Lyons & Levey til 10 o'clock.
Meeting 'Waifinac Sugar Co. 11.
Koy.il Arch Chapter,
Monthly meeting Y.
M. C. A.
PLANTERS LABOR AND SUPPLY CO.
At yesterday's session over 13,000
shares were represented. Some dis
cussion ensued about and a few slight
alterations were made in the minutes
of the previous day.
A discussion on the teport on
forestry took place, Mr. "W. II.
Bailey stating that leak would be a
valuable addition to our forests. He
spoke of u teak tree at "Wailuku that
had grown flOft in 8 years, but lie had
got no seed from it.
Mr. "Williams said that he had to
supply fuel to cook for 1,400 Chinese
at a cost of $2,000 a month. He
used nearly 200 cords of wood each
month, and that had a great effect
on the rainfall of the district. lie
had planted eucalyptus trees but
found the algcroba no good.
On motion of Mr. Baldwin, was re
solved that the trustees be instructed
to endeavor to procure proper legis
lation in the matter of protecting
forests and encouraging tree plan
ting. Mr. Halstead spoke of the danger
arising from growing too much
eucalyptus on account of the resin
it contained, and which would burn
so rapidly in case of fire.
Mr. Rickard spoke of the forest
extending from Waimea to Honokaa
and how rapidly it had died within
the last few years, and that in five
years there would hardly be any live
trees there. He had noticed that
the rain fall was materially affected
every year. He had been trying
wattle, ironwood and eucalyptus and
found they succeeded well.
The report on Transportation was
postponed till the afternoon.
Mr. Macfie reacU a long and very
interesting paper on the manufacture
of sugar. He said there were three
distinct methods of operation and
proceeded to explain them. Planters
were burning trash which contained
sugar worth $150 a ton when thej'
could use coal at a cost of $10 a
ton. The diffusion process was the
only one which extracted all the
sugar, aud, though it was known
forty years ago, it had not been
tried much. Beet sugar was manu
factured by it and paid at the rate
of 50 per cent. He had received
letters from Mauritins and Sydney
on the magnesia process and sub
mitted samples of the sugar manu
factured, which were however too
light for Hawaii under the existing
treaty. He had received reports
from all the islands and referred to
the mode of liming at Spreckelsville.
At one plantation from 20 to 00
gallons more juice were obtained per
clarificr, by tho use of Otto's mud
presses, and at another plantation
was an increase of one clarificr in
twenty two. Tho cost of inaiinfac
turing the sugar, while in the mill,
varied at different plantations from
$25 to $9 a ton. lie strongly ad
vocated that a scientific chemist be
This report, which was more com
plete and more carefully prepared
than any other submitted at the
session, was fully discussed.
In tho afternoon Mr. Tucker made
an interesting report on the manage
ment of plantations in Jamaica, and
answered questions relative to the
modes of irrigation, cultivation,
fluming and labor. Ho also read
from a work by D. Morris concer
ning the mungoose. His remarks
were very similar to those in the
account of his trip that was published
in the Bulletin of Gth October.
An informal discussion then took
place relative to canes and grasses.
Mr. Baldwin offered to give plan
ters samples of tluee difforent kinds
of Queensland cane that ho possessed.
Mr. Davies said that he had 35
samples of Mauritius cane growing,
under the care of Mr. Jaeger, and
invited planters to see them.
A vote of thanks was passed to
Mr. Tucker for Ins interesting re
marks. Mr. Davies advised them not
to trust to any land of cane.
A report of the committee ap
pointed to examine the Treasurer's
accounts was received mul placed on
Mr. W. II. Hicknrd rend a paper
on transportation aud the meeting
adjourned till to-dny.
Tin: regular meeting of the above
Union was held on Tuesday night.
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read aud approved. On motion
n vote of censure was passed on Mr.
Charles Carson, of the Advertiser,
the original secretary, ad interim,
because he had not presented any
minutes of the first meeting or ex
plained the reason of his absence at
the last one.
The election of olllccr3 was then
proceeded with, Mr. Daniolwilz
being chosen to fill the post, of Pre
sident; Mr. Marchand and Mr.
Crowley were elected vice-presidents,
Mr. iInx Kohtn, treasurer; Mr. J.
P. Cavanagh, recording secretary;
Mr. T. B. Murray, sergeant-at-arms.
Mr. Koln'n was a little diffident at
taking otllee as he held many posi
tions, but it was pointed out to him
that a good precedent had been es
tablished, in the shape of Mr. Gib
son, who also held many positions,
so Mr. Kohra consented to follow
such an exemplary model.
Messrs. T. B. Murray, D. M.;
Crowley, Meyer, Marclmnt aud
Schuman were elected an executive
The question of printing the con
stitution aud bj'-laws was postponed.
Mr. Charles Carson, of the Adver
tiser, having entered the room was
asked to produce the original roll of
members, .and was told of the vote
of censure that had been passed up
on him. He said that he could not)
be at the last meeting, and insisted
upon being informed of the details
of the meeting (which he wasn't)
and declined to lccognise the pres
ent one. He refused any explana
nation under fetters of an arbitrary
nature, spoke of a put-up job, and
said there was no impartiality.
Mr. Crowley regretted that the
gentleman should decline to answer
a pointed question ; they wanted a
record of the first meeting and the roll
of members. He had been asked in a
very courteous manner and could
reply yes or no as a matter of
courtes'. He also expressed his
disapproval of a paragraph that ap
peared in the Advertiser, which
threw dirty cold water on the move
ment, and was uncalled for and had
no foundation in fact.
Mr. Carson, of the Advertiser,
then denied any knowledge of the
paragraph referred to, and expressed
his regret at the vote of censure
and promised a more ample apology.
The vote of censure was then with
Messrs. Kohm, Murray, and Mer
chand were appointed acommittee
to enquire into cases of relief. ;
It was decided to retain the use
of the Armory for1 a month. Mr.
March tin'd offered to pay the expense
of advertising the next meeting in a
native and two foreign papers, Mes
srs. Crowley and Cavanagh promi
sing to advertise in other papers,
It was decided to ask natives, to
join the Union, Mr. Marchant say
ing that lie had iotnirl sou:o natives
better than many while men.
Mr. Crowley strongly approved of
natives joining, and said that they
wcro as much laboring, men as ho
was and many of them were good
The treasurer reported that fifty
members had signed tho roll of mem
bership. The meeting adjouVncd
till half-past seven on Tuesday
The following is u list of tho sub
scribers to the Oahu College fund of
$15,000 which it is necessary to
raise, by the first Juno next, in order
to secure the same sum offered by
Hon. C. R. Bishop.
Mr. CM. Cooke, ....$500
Mr.W.R. Castle 500
Mr. Atherton 500
Colonel Spreckels v.v. 500
Mr.W.W. Hull G00
Mr. P, C. Jones Jr 500
Mr. Samuel Parker COO
Mr. V, G. Irwhi 500
Mr. J. T. Wnterhouse Sr. . . , COO
Mr. E. P, Adonis 100
Dr. Damon & wife 100
Mm. C H. Jpnes ,, . . . . . 100
Mr. T. 11. Davies ,. ... 100
Mrs, J. M. Cooke .If.VrV-.f.lOO
Mr, J. T. Watoihouso Jr 100
Mis. B. F. Dillingham 100
Mr. II. Wnterhouse 100
Mrs, Dole ,.v 100,
M,.a RAT. Tlniiinn ....'. ..'.".. .. . 100-
Mr. W. O. Smith.. t 1C0
Hon. A. F. Juflcl to
Dr. Hyde., ft" no
Miss Luck i. oO
Mr-. T. G. Thi urn fio
.lodge Austin.. tiO
Dr. ii. Smith f;6
Mr. M. F. Uurgei $. fio
Nov W. O. Muiilll.... no
Mrs. Men-ill no
Mr. S. M. Damon CO
Mr. W It. Dhnond TO
Mr-. W. II. Dimond 60
Rev. A. Forlif fio
ll.R.H. l'i inci'vs Iuiiuliini GO
Judge McCully fiO
Rev. A. Mackintosh fiO
Alis. W. W. Hull ....i... r.O
Mis'i lu-no Ii '. (iO
Mr. E. A. Jones 25
Mics Adu Jones 25
Mr.W. Austin Whiting 25
Rev. S. 13. Bishop ? 25
Mi-. Ljshmnh k 25
Captain Jackson 25
Mr. W. A. Howuu 25
Dr. Enie.rson 25
Mrs,. Dixon , 25
Mr. T. Sorcnson 25
Captain INmhallow 25
Mr A. F. Jiuld 25
Mrs. Lack 25
Mr . J. Brpwh 25
Mr, Sandfoid : 25
Mr. Win. Clarke ' 10
A Friend .' fi
The Pioprietor, the Manager and
llic Editor, of the Daily But,-
m:tix Fivk Dou.uts a Hi:,d... 15
"Let it be short and simple, some
thing like this: 'William Johnson,
aged 7f years. The good die
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
This Day, Thurartiiy.
Oct 18lh, at 10 a. ni. -it our Sale- Room,
will lie held
Clothing-, Dry Goods,
And u Lino of Fresh Giocrics.
Sacks Sugar, Potatoes and Onions,
Firkins Butter. 1 Cottage Piano,
aud for account of whom it may concern
15 Bales Hay, damaged.
ex bark Ahny.
Lyons & Lr.vr.v, Auctr's.
IN" future the WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will he
kept open until 10 o'clock
every mem (bundavs ex
cepted. Meals of evcrv des
cription cooked toorder. 5I35 1m b
AT a Meeting of the Stockholders of
the Pacific Sugar Mill Co., held
this day, the following offlccr.3 were
President F. A Schucfer.
Treasuier Julius Iloting.
Seerctar' Ileinr Renjes.
Auditor John M. Paty.
IIEINR RENJES, Sec'y.
nonolulu, Oct. 17th, 188JJ. 5135 at 1)
Stuck Breeders Association !
ALL those interested in organizing a
Stock Breeder's Association are
requested to meet at the Armory (over C.
Brewer & Co's.,) on Fi iday, October 19th,
at 10 a. m.
535 2t b YV. II. BAILEY.
UMNSilia!IJi i" JPavlneirKliiit.
NOTICE JS 11EREY GIVEN, THAT
the partnership between T. U.
Walker und II G. Ti cad way is dissolved
on this 10th day of October, 1883. All
,debtsduethe said paitnerslilp, and those
due by them, will be settled by T. B.
Walker. T. B.-WALKER.
535 3t b II. G. TREADV7AY.
Notice to Stockholders.
ViniiE QUARTERLY MEETING OF
JL the Stoekholdcis of "E. O.Hall &
Son, (Limited), will be held at their office
THURSDAY, OCT. 18, at 2 o'clock v. r.
L. O. ABLES,
534 2t Secretary.
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
I nr Stallion
one of the lln.wi. StitlJi oris ever imported
!nlo tjiis JCiur dom. For pmtieulitr,u,j
"' 1'" t-o.ieu to
534 lm JOHN McKEAGUE.
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A NURSE GIRL, IMMEDIATELY.
Apply at the
'RESPECTABLE GIRL as nurse
for one child in a privnto fnmily.
Must speak English and come well re.
commended. Applv at onco to
S. J. LEVEY & Co., Grocers,
533 Fort sti cot
,WING to the departuro of Mr- E. A.
JlroKuw tins (lay, i uck to iniorm
my numorous pations that tho drnyago
business will bo under tho management
of Mr. O. V. CLARK, well-known to tho
public, as ope pf t)io most neepmodating
and reliable draymen in tho city, and
that ho will bo pleased to wait on cus
lomers with tho best tennis on tho bench.
GEO. II. ROBERTSON.
Honolulu, Oct. intli, 1883. C33 lw
.rpiVR FIRM OF LYOAN & JOHN
JL SON" has been this day dibsolvcd
bv inutunl consent, nil Outstanding Lia.
hllilies and nil debts duo to tho Firm
will bo-settled by Lvcan & Co.
Tho nndmvigned residing in Honolulu
have this day loimed n cQpartnership to
carry on the lnirlness of tho Music and
Furniture Storoof the Into Firm of Lycan
'& Johnson, Fort street, Honolulu, under
tho naino and stylo of Lycan & Co.
K. LYCAN. .
Wm. R. BUCHANAN.
- M.I1AGAN. "
Honolulu.JOct. lSth, 1883. 533 8t
C.-BREWES l GO
Offor fcr Salo tho Cargo of tho
JUST ARRIVED I
ill, I IOM.OW1VM
bight F.nira Wagon ',
lis To; C.uriayon.
Com. Wood Chnliv,
Fine Mobiles Rhooks,
Ice Chestx, Nos, 2, iJ, and 5,
Lobsters, lib tns; Beans, !!lh Ins
Hay Gutters, Nos. 1, 2, & 3.,
Fairbank's Scales, Nos. 7 8,l(kfc 11H
Centritugal fining, 14 inch;
Comp. Na.ih, , 1-1 1 Inch.
Manila Cmdasje, At-Mulcd:
Galvanized Fence Staple-,
Sisal Roi'c, Assorted,
Y. METAL SHEATHING-
1C, 18, SO, 22, 24 and 20 oz. ;
Vh&w Mattresses 2
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison. Rarbcd
YTiie, Refined Iron,
AHWEALED FENCE WIRE,
Gah..in.v 1 Screws and Washeis.
00-2 In. b
t&sa !Srn 13 a O?
The Honolulu Iron Works Co
Have on hand, nearly completed,
And For Sale at Reasonable Prices,
1 Combination Galloway and Tubular
Steam Boiler. 23 feet long by 0 feet
1 Do. do,, 10J feet by G feet;
1 Galloway Boiler, 1!jJ4 feet long by 0
feet in diameter.
Also, for sale, one good second hand
Combination Boiler, 23 feet long by 0
feet in diameter, with 70 feet of Smoke
Stack; been in use four years; almost as
good as now.
All kinds of Boilers, any size, made to
order at short notice at
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8 Kukui St. 522
3&OMSU to Let,
IN TOWN, containing six looms, to.
gether with a spacious yard and the
necessary out-houses. Immediate pos
session given Apply to
533 3w A. C. SMITH.
WE HAVE THIS DAY SEVERED
our connection with Hollistcr &
Co., by resignation.
geo. w. smith,
d. McCartney, .th.
October lath, 1S83. 533 4t
Wliitc's Portland Cement!
.TUST TO HAND,
and koii saw: ix (UAxrrrn:s to suit.
.721 2w THE0. H. DAVIEG & Co.
Blue Stripe Sugar Bais !
THK OXI.Y OKKUIN1". 81X01.11 1II.UI1 BTIUl'Il
Just to hand per "Mallsgafce,"
G212w , THE0. M. DAVIES & Co.
llileaclefl Sice Bags !
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
521 2v THE0. H. DAVIES $ Co.
In. 6, 7, 8, and 9 feet lengths,
with Screws aud Wushers,
Just to hand per Mallsgate.
524 Sw THE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
LIST OF WMSm
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
ULLETIN- IF NEW II
HARKNESS.FIRE EXTINGUISHERS I
Guaranteed to put out twice in lmge a lire in half the time of any oilier machine.
It does not ,c;el cut of older, and i- nlwnj ready foi u-e.
Kvcry icidenci', Sugar Mill and Stoic sliduld have one.
Magneso-Oaloite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci jterccntngi' of inside space than any other -nfi Wi: auk Sot.n
AnnNifl ron tiiu Anovi:.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
AViie Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Bnvb Fencing- Wire, Pumps, Wimlwills, Tanks,
Kerosene and Libricatiug Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.'
Call and examine ouv News Good.
We have lccencd a further eon-ignmnl of Mrs-n. Mirrlee , 'at"i n & Co.'s
niaeiiini iy, and have now on hand, reay for delivery.
One Tiipple-Ellect, on haiuUomo ooden iiou staging, containing ;tl35
squaie feet of hotting suifarc, with pumping engine and dischaiging mont
One Double-EU'ect, having 2290- square feet of heating surface, with
engine and monljus.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine and mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having increased facilities for the manufacture of these machines, the
Wcston's-l'alent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, we are thus en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices.
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, lubber
bands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each C inch by 12 inch.
Clarifiers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7.
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill. ' '
One spare Side Roller, for 2G inch by 51 inch mill.
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Have just added largely to their Varied Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
op jiviiuv niiscniPTiox, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
The D.C. Murray," " H. W. Almy,'"' Mallsgate," ' W.II. DImond" and from
EngJand., via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full line of
Flows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment
'ALL PAPER. .
Just lcceivcd a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
All of the Latest Designs, and for tale
cheap, at tho Furnlturo
H. E. WIM.TAMS,
Telephone No. 70. Ill Foit St.
WILLIAMS & OO,
120 FORT STREET,
Havo Secured tho Services of
One of the Best Artists
From Sail Francisco, His Coloring is
Views oi" the Volcano,
Also on Ilnnd, Come und ScoThem.
Govkhnoh's Orii-ici:, Hono- )
i.ui.u, Sept. 21, 1883. J"
NOTICE is hoi cby given that nodohts
contracted on behalf of the lln
wiiiir.ii band will be recognized or paid
unless oidcred by tho undersigned.
Jno. O. Domixib,
Governor of Oahu.
. DILLINGHAM & OO.
G. W. Macftirlane & Co.
ever offered in this Kingdom.
LEW ERS & COOKE,
Have Just Received
-A Large Stock
Of the Following Grades of
Colovecl As Gilt XJox-dcr',
aTi'losBCM, Dados, etc., oto.
Hi.iiniSrWihloh h?vo be5!1 carefully
selected and comprise tho best assort
ment over imported into this market
Now Is tho tlmo to beautify your homos.
Lowers & Cooke.
ITo. 0 Queen street Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
eef, Veal, Mutton, FIhI,, Ac &c.
atSd'(!dy In"1 f'l'PP'ne ?ers carefully
attended to. Live stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
ofnllklndB supplied to' order. Til I ly
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x3.10.
mB' Iron Tanks' Apply to
030 8m j, B1UNB,
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