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Pledgad to nolthor St tor Party.
Btit'c&tabllslied for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, OCT. 1!), 188.'.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting Slock Breeders, 10.
Ladies' Prayer Meeting. Fort Si.
Church, at 3 o'clock.
Iliiw'n Agricultural Society, 7:00
Polynesia Encampment, at 7 -.DO.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K. of J. 7 :30.
Social at Miss Brccso's, 7:80.
With the enlargement of our Bhcet
we have adopted a motto: "Pledged
to neither sect nor party, but estab
lished for the benefit of all." This
motto indicates our policy. It is a
policy which some people of strong
prejudices, unevenly balanced minds,
and circumscribed experience do not
understand, and, from the nature of
their mental constitution combined
with a partial education, it is impos
sible that they should understand it.
They call it a "wator-on-two-should-
ers policy," a "cowardly, half-hearted,
on-thc-fcncc fashion," "alter
nately flattering and flouting," etc.
They are at liberty to use what
terms they choose and speak of us
in any language they think best. It
pleases them : it does us no harm.
Wc do as the bear did when kicked
by the donkey : impute it to their
ignorance. As a matter of fact,
there is nothing cowardly, or half
hearted, or undecided about our
motto or our policy. Wc do not
pledge ourselves to a. blind and un
qualified support of, nor to an un
reasoning and uncompromising oppo
sition to, any set of men and their
measures. But what, in our opinion,
is right and good, whoever may be
its authors, wc arc ready to com
mend and advocate; and what is
wrong and bad, no matter who may
be its perpetrators, we do not hesi
tate to cxposcand censure. If his
satanic Majesty does a charitable
act, we consider him entitled to
honorable mention ; and if an arch
angel commits a wrong, he merits
rebuke. We are the warm friend of
every move and every measure that
we judge to be for the public good,
and the sworn enemy of every act
of corruption and every deed of dis
honesty. This is our polic', and it
is a bold, manly, honest, straight
forward policy, which all men of
reason and education will readily
commercial relations with the United
Slates. But in view of the uncer
tainty respecting the renewal of tlto ( win, S. L. Austin, Z. S
treaty and the fact of its possible j C. J. Hart, II. J in ton.
abrogation, the Hawaiian (Sovern
ment fulfills a manifest duty in seek
ing to open another out-let for out
produce ; and should our gro-il and
near neighbor discontinue receiving
our exports on the present terms,
Canada may step in and take her
place. The distance between Can
ada and these Islands will bo greatly
reduced ere long, by the completion
of the Irans-conlinonlal railway con
necting the cast with British Co
lumbia. It is another strange co
incidence that this action of the
Government should be made known
to us from abroad. In truth our
Government seems anxious to con
ceal all its actions instead of an
nouncing them in a straight-forward
RECIPROCITY WITH CANADA.
From an item which we reprinted
last Wednesday, from the San Fran
cisco Call of September 22nd., it
appears that our Government arc
taking steps to secure a new market
for our exportable produce, in case
of the discontinuance of the treaty
of reciprocity with the United States.
The item referred to is a telegram,
dated Ottawa, September 21st., and
says, "The Hawaiian Consul-Gene-
ral for Canada has had several in
terviews recently with the Dominion
Government, with the view to ex
tend trade relations with that
country.'' If it be correct that the
Hawaiian Consul-General has had
the interview intimated and with the
object specified, and we presume
it is, then the Hawaiian Consul-General
must be acting under instruc
tions in the matter from the Ha
waiian Government. Moreover, it
appears that the Dominion Govern
ment are favorable to the project,
for they are said to have "promised
to look carefully into the matter,
and will probably make discrimina
tions in duty in favor of Hawaiian
produce coining into Canada, pro
viding Canadian produce receive the
same consideration shipped" to
Undoubtedly, the United Slates
being our nearest neighbor, is the
best market for our produce, pro
vided always that that produce- be
admitted on terms similar to those
now in operation and not saddled
with prohibitive duties; and it
would certainly bo to the mutual ad
vantage of that great KepiiblicMunl
this little Kingdom to continue the
reciprocity treaty. We believe we
siva correct in saying that neither tho
Hawaiian people nor the Hawaiian
Government have any desire for a
new market, if they can be assured
of the nuuntenance of the present
PLANTERS LABOR AND SUPPLY 00.
At yesterday's session 10,742
shares were represented. The min
utes of the previous meeting were
read and adopted.
Mr. Baldwin spoke of the reports
iu the Advertiser as being so garbled
and inaccurate that speakers were
placedin a foolish and unfair light.
Their real remarks were heard only
by 20 or 30 men and read by 100.
He specially referred to yester
day's paper in which his remarks on
boiling should have referred to the
best methods of dealing with second
and third boilings, as any person
knows that it pays best to get most
sugar from the first boiling. This
was a noticeable blunder. Mr.
Williams' remarks about the mud
presses had been incorrectly re
ported, and again it was said that
Mr. Carter had read a report instead
of Hon. C. It. Bishop, and he
pointed out that Mr. Alexander was
iu California and had never attended
a meeting. He referred especially
to the Advertiser.
Mr. Whitney said he had spoken
to Mr. Carson about some errors
and that gentleman had promised to
Mr. W. O. Smith thought repor
ters should make correct reports as
they were present as a matter of
Mr. Williams said it was very an
noying, but reporters were liable to
make mistakes as they possibly did
not understand the sugar business.
Mr. T. II. Davies asked if any
person ceased to be a sugar owner
if he also ceased to be a stock owner
or was he still liable for debts of
Mr. Dole thought that according
to their by-laws, he should cease to
be a stock owner, but that some ac
tion would be necessary on the part
of the trustees before he ceased to
Mr. Williams read a report on fer
tilizers and seed cane accompanied
by communications from Mr. S. L.
Austin, Mr. E. J. Hitchcock, Mr. J.
Austin, Mr. J. Reinhardt, Mr. So
por, Mr. E. Bond, Mr. G. It. Ewart,
Mr. B. Halstcad, Mr. Charles Koe
lin, Mr. G. H. Dole, Mr. W. H. Bai
ley, Mr. W. II. Cornwell, Mr. W.
II. Rickard. These gentlemen gave
their experiences on fertilizers on
the various plantations they repre
sented, which showed clearly the
varieties of soils, the necessity of
different fertilizers and its different
uses in different localities, and the
desirability of obtaining a scientific
On motion it was decided that
the trustees bo instructed to engage
services to be under the direction of
the board of trustees.
A most interesting discussion on
fertilizers took place in which almost
every member present took part and
the services of a competent agricultu
ral chemist as soon as practicable, his
we regret that our limited space
will not allow of the publica
tion of their remarks.
Mr. Bailey read the report of tho
Committee on Live Stock.
Whitney, II. P. Baldwin, II. W.
Mist. Transportation; II. P. Bald-
ture of Sugar; R. A. Maclle Jr., C.
Koclling, A. Ilaneberg, C. P. Bald
win E. C. Bond. Live Stock ; W.
II. Bailey, J. L. Richardson, J. N.
Wrijzht.Sv. II. Cornwell, B. F. Dill
ingham. Foieslry; C. R. Bishop,
W. II. Purvis, C. F. Hart, E. Bai
ley, J. K. Smith. C. Notley, 11. Hal
stead, S. B. Dole. Fertilizers and
Seed Cane; G. N. Wilcox, G. II.
Dole, R. Halstcad, T. Haysclden,
S. L. Austin. Varieties of Cane;
T. II. Davies, C. Kinncrsley, A.
Unnn, D. Wilcox, W. II. Bailey.
Statistics; W. O. Smith, P. C.
Jones Jr., T. II. Davies, C. M.
Cooke, II. P. Glade, J. B. Atherlon.
Mr. Bailey invited tho town mem
bers of the Company to lunch at the
Hotel, with the country members
and the meeting adjourned sine die.
In accordance with the invitation
issued, twenty-two gentlemen mem
bers of the Planters Labor and
Supply Co. their friends, and re
presentatives of the Press seated
themselves at the tables spread in
the dininc hall of the Hotel and
partook of a lunch provident by the
country members of the organiza
tion. After the demolition of the vari
ous viands had been accomplished,
speeches were made by Mr. G. C.
Williams, S. B. Dole, T. II. Davies,
P. C. Jones, jr., J. C. Horner, A.
Unnn, J. B. Atherton, W. O. Smith,
G. C. Williams and representatives
of the newspaper press, Messrs.
Webb, Smith, Buckland and God
frey. At 4 the Company adjourned until
1 p.m. to-morrow, when they will
assemble at the same place and par
take of the hospitality of the Hono
lulu merchants by invitation of Mr.
P. C. Jones Jr.
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale tho Cargo of tho
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Waianae Company,
held this date the following gentlemen
were elected to serve as olllccrs for the
President II. A. Widemann.
Vice-Pipsident J. L. Richardson.
Treasurer A. Jaeger.
Scc'y and Auditor CO. Berger.
O. O. BERGER, See'y.
Honolulu. Oct. 13, 1883. 530 lw
Mutual Telephone Company.
HE second assessment on the stock
of the above Company of 25 per
cent, being $2.50 per share, is due this
day and payable at my ollice, Kaahuma.
nu sticet. 13. A. JAEGER.
Treasurer Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1833. 530 lw
LIST OF IBRGHA1ISE,
Light Ifxprcss Wagons,
Rx Top durlnge?.
Com. Wood Clinks,
Fine Molastes Shonks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3, and 5,
Lobsters, llbtns; Beans, 31b tns
Hay Cutters. Nos. 1, 2. & 3.
Fnirbank's Scales, Nos. 7,8,10 &11K
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch;
Comp. ttails, 1, 1.14 inch.
Manila Cnnlnec, Assorted:
Galvanized Fenco Staph"1,
nwm BOILERS, 20 AND 25 GALLS,;
Sisal Rope, Assoitcd,
Ah Pin nk.
Y. METAL SHEATHING
1G, 18, 10, 22, 24 and 2G oz. ;
MM Bi JBI V
B-aair itnattresses i
Grindtrnes Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
"Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE,
Galvanized Screws and "Washers.
532 lin b
The Honolulu Iron Works Co
nave 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., 19J4 feet by G.feet;
J Galloway Boiler, l'J feet long by G
feet in diameter.
Also, for sale, one good second hand
Combination Boiler, 23 feet long by G
feet in diameter, with 10 feet of Smoke
Stack; been in use four years; almost as
good as new.
All kinds of Boilers, any size, made to
order at short notice at
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
DILLINGHAM & 00. 'S
BULLETIN OF NEW 0
JUST KECElVEtt, IKVOICKS OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twico as large a lire in half the time of any other maohlno.
It does not get out of order, and K always ready for inc.
Eery residence, Sugar Mill and Stoto tdiould bnvo one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largei percentage of inside space than any other Hife Wk a hi: Soi.ic
Aor.NTs von Tin: Ahove.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
"Wire Cloth, Who Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kerosene ami Llbricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our News Good.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
aajTAjtgtwtrtaiaj'i imj Jtntr j ftrv
THE &KEAT I. X. L.
Corner Nuuaim and Queen Sts.
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
Will open on Monday, October 22nd,
Largest Assortment of Goods
Ever shown bere without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
in artistic style,
ONLY 25 CENTS at GEO. VOQT'S,
lw-i 82 Hotel street. 535
Just received a
The following standing commit
tees were appointed. Labor; Jona
than Austin, W. O. Smith, G. N.
Wilcox, J. M. Horner, Jas. Woods.
Cultivation ; J. C. Williams, Wm.
Lydgate, A, II. Smith, C. Notley,
J. II. Sopcr. Machinery; W. IS.
Rowell, W. II. Rickard, It. H. Hind,
Jas. Kepton, II. F. Glade. Legis
lation ; W. R. Castle, W. W. Hall,
J. II. Paty,
J. B. Atherton, P. C.
Reciprocity ; E. P.
A. Sohaofcr, H. M.
YOU CAN BUY
25 PFE CENT CHEAPER
than the imported brakes, at the
Carriage Manufacturing Co.
530 2w No. 70, Queen Street.
IN future the WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will bo
kept open until 10 o'clock
t-vory nl ch t (Sundays ex
cepted. Meal-- of every dp.
cription rooked to order. 535 lm b
AT a Meeting of tho Stockholders of
tho Pacific Sugar Mill Co., hold
this day, the following officers were
President F. A. Schaefer.
Treasurer Julius Hoting.
Secretary Heinr Renjes.
Auditor John M. Paty.
HEINR RENJES, Scc'y.
Honolulu, Oct. 17th, 1883. C35 2t h
Stuck Itrcejlci-H' Association ! !
ALL tlioso interested in organizing a
Stock Breeder's Association arc
requested to meet at the Armory (over O.
Brewer & Co's.,) on Friday, October 10th,
at 10 a. m.
535 2t b W. H.BAILEY.
Dissolution of I'artncrsliip.
NOTICE IS 1IEREY GIVEN, THAT
the partnership between T. B.
Walker -unci II. G. Treadway is dissolved
on this 10th day of October, 1883. All
debts duo the said partnership, and those
duo by them, will bo settled by T. B.
Walker. T. B. WALKER.
535 3t b II. G. TREADWAY.
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU--lar
onoof the finest Stallions over imported
into tliis Kingdom. For particulars ap.
plv at oneo to
534 lm JOHN MoKEAGUE.
J?or Sale, Cheap,
One Top Bi'ggy, and one
Piano-Box Open Buggy;
both in perfect order. An-
1 ply 20 Fort st., cor. School. 523
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
All of the Latest Designs, and for sale
cheap, at the Furniture
C. E. WIIililAMS,
Telephone No. 70. Ill Fort St.
Till! Largest nut Finest Stack of lea's, Boy's
and Youth's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
J3-Remember Monday is the opening day at the GREAT I X L STORE,
Corner of Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
A. GABTENBERG, Proprietor.
We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson & Co.'s
mnchinery, and have now on hand, ready for delivery.
One Tripplc-Effect, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing 8435
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and oischaiginp inont.
engine and montjus.
having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
Powderet& Other Fertilizers
In qnimtiticH to snit,
FOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
510 Cm Agents Pacific Fertilizing Co.
No. C Queen street Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
Beof, Veal, Mutton, Fiwli, &c, &c.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Live stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds supplied to order. 340 ly
OWING to the departuro of Mr- E. A.
Brokaw this day, I beg to inform
my numerous pations that tho drayago
business will bo under tho management
of Mr. O. V. CLARK, well.known to the
public, as one of the most accomodating
aim miamo craymen in tuo city, ana
that he will be pleased to uaitoncus.
tomcrs with tho best teams on tho beach.
GEO. II. ROBERTSON.
Honolulu, Oct. 15th, 1883. 533 lw
WE HAVE THIS DAY SEVERED
our connection with Hollistcr &
Co,, by resignation,
geo. w. smith,
d. McCartney, .th.
October 13th, 1883. 533 t
A QUANTITY of Iron Hoop, 2x3.10.
Also, Iron Tanks, Apply to
930 8m J. H. BRUNB.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine and mixer.
Ono set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines, tho
Weston's-Patent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, wo arc thus en
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices.
We have a full assortment of' Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
bands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 inch by 12 inch.
Clariflers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7. " -
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill.
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill.
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel, forbearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
,G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely to iholr Varlod Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok eveuv description, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho " Marina Davis," Ovorland, via San Francisco;
Tho ' D. O. Murray," " II. W. Almy," " Mallsgato," " W.H. Dimond," and from
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
and tho Ceylon, from Boston, a very full line of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
582 lm b