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Fledged to noithcr Bcot nor Party.
But established forlthe benefit of alii
TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Trade Union, ut Armory, 7 :30.
'Excelsior Lodge, 1.0.0P., 7:30.
Bible Cluss nt Lyceum nt 7 :30.
Meeting Temperance Society nt
Miss Breeso's, 7 :00
OFFICE MONEY ORDER
The "Convention between tlio
Post Olllcc department of the King
dom of Hawaii and the Post Office
department of the United States of
America, concerning the exchange
of money orders," is another mea
sure in the direction of progress, and
one that cannot fail to be advan
tageous to these islands and appre
ciated by our people.
This Convention has been regu
larly " executed and signed " bv II.
A. P. Carter, Hawaiian Envoy Ex
traordinary and Minister Plenipo
tentiary at Washington, and "Walter
Q. Gresham, Postmaster-General of
the United States, and approved by
President Arthur and King Kala
kaua, and will " take effect on the
first day of January, 1884, and con
tinue iu force until twelve months
after cither of the contracting parties
shall have notified to the other its
intention to terminate it." To His
Excellency J. M. Kapcna, Mr. II.
M. "Whitney, our Postmaster-General,
and Mr. I. B. Peterson, his able
Assistant, is mainly due the ciedit
of having initiated and perfected
this important measure.
Following arc the principal provi
sions of the convention affecting
those who ma' have occasion to
avail themselves of this convenient
method of transmitting money:
Fifty dollars ($50) is the maximum
of each order. No order shall in
clude a fractional part of a cent.
The amount of each order must be
expressed in letters as well as in
figures. The rates of commission
on orders, which remain to be fixed,
must be paid in advance by remit
ters, and shall not be repayable.
Every order must contain the name
of the office and of the State or Is
land of destination. Every appli
cant for an order must furnish the
name and address of the person to
whom the amount is to be paid, and
his own name and address ; or the
name of the firm or company who
are remitters or payees, together
with the address of each. All orders
must be forwarded by remitters to
payees at their own expense. Dup
licate orders can only be issued by
the Postal Administration of the
country on which the original orders
were drawn. Orders which are not
paid within twelve calendar months
from the month of issue, shall be
come void, and the sums received
shall accrue to, and be at the dis
posal of, the country of origin. In
the exchange of money orders be
tween the two countries, one' dollar
in Hawaiian money shall be taken as
the equivalent of one dollar in Uui
ted Stutes money, the standard in
either country being gold value.
Mechanics and others having
small amounts to remit will be
mostly benefited by this convention,
, ,and we trust that our authorities
will see their way clear to fixing tho
rate of commission at a low figure,
"-so as not to lessen the benefit to this
class of tho community. Private
, banking corporations naturally and
ii. necessarily conduct their business
with the view of making a profit;
but the Post Office, being a public
' Institution, established and operated
for the public good, its rates of ex
c hange should not aim at more than
- ' MELLIS MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT.
I Amoug the other attractions on
ba turday last in the displuy of
f fancy articles, A, 3tf. Mollis' Es
tablishment drew a considerable
jj number of people during the whole
of the day. The Millinery depart-
i, 'ment, undo- the supervision of Miss
: Ilirshberg, situated at tho end of tho
store, was beautifully and tastefully
p arranged with laces, curtains,
flowers, wreaths, mottoes, etc.,
i forming a vqry pretty canopy. The
"lints about 200 in number were
fiUclegautly arranged on three long
"''tables; nnd were trimmed in the most
!.3ieganc styie, auer uio juwsi .uuuri i
.can and Parisian fashions, such as J
A la Iolani, Lnngtry Pokes, Kate
Castlotons, Minnie Warren, Cloth
ilda, Horsc-shoc Bonnets, (in opera
shades) and numerous others, rang
ing in price from $2 to $85 and
suitable for all classes, and all
occasions. Over four hundred
feathers were displayed, of every
conceivable color and shade. In
hat trimmings the assortment was
immense, embracing hearts, darts,
bows, cupids, daggers, birds, and
a hundred and one other devices,
while cascades of Real Laces and
pyramids of flowers made a sight
seldom seen in a Millinery establish
ment in this city. Notwithstanding
the great demand on Miss Ilirsh
berg's energies and resources, she is
still alive and her stock unexhausted,
and will be happy to continue her
attentions to the ladies of Honolulu.
In view of the possible importation
of Japanese laborers to this country,
by steamers of the Oceanic Co's.
line, we reproduce an article from
the S. J'1. Chronicle, which shows
that this subject is receiving consid
eration in America.
"The Chinese exclusion Act seems
to have given an impulse to imih'i
gration, from Japan. More, Japanese
arc daily seen on our streets, though
owing to their ready adaptability1 to
our dress and manners the increase
has not been generally noted. Tlicy
are a desirable class of servants and
workingmen, being quite ingenious
and teachable. There must, however,
be some aid to the immigration, or
at least some organized encourage
ment which will bring them in such
numbers as ay be needed. The
Japanese have none of the objection
able qualities of the Chinese. They
readily adopt our customs and grad
ually lose their identity in the mass
of our people. No Japanese quarter
could ever grow up an any ,city to
disgust with its squalor, or to lend
its aid and countenance not merely
to its own special vices, but to those
of a class of degraded whites, who
are only too glad to take advantage
of the concealment thus afforded.
They arc neat and handy and there
fore much sought after for servants.
For all kinds of light work, of which
there is an abundance in the fields
and orchards of this State, they
would prove useful. "While there is
reason to believe that we can get
a sufficient number of the kind of
laborers we want from Japan, there
is no fear that the immigration would
prove excessive. . The population is
only 37,000,000, and the common
people being in fair circumstances,
only a small proportion care to leave
their homes. The case with them is
very different from that of China,
with its 400,000,000 of oppressed
people, overcrowded in city and
country, tilling an exhausted soil
and constantly threatened with "the
most Terrible famines."
Correspondence is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become so.
Wc reserve the right to excise puiely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
tor tne opinions exprcfcseu ny our cor
Eoitok Bui.lktix: I see in your
paper that "at the meeting of the P.
L. and S. Co.? on Thursday, Mr.
"V. O. Smith i stated that black sand
had a wonderful effect upon grass
growing in the yard at his residence,
as it acted, when spread upon bare
patches, as a first class fertilizer."
I would say, for the benefit of any
whom it may interest, that not only
will a thin layer ' of black sand,
spread on the surface, greatly assist
the growth of njanienic grass, but I
know of no better manure for clayey
soil, like most of the land at the
entrance to JKalihi Valley and in the
neighborhood of the Lunatic Asylam.
A little black band mixed with the
clay will nearly double a crop of
vegetables or a crop of taro. I am
not pure whether this is owing to the;
fact that the admixture of sand
keeps the clay in a loose state and
prevents it from baking. I am ra
ther inclined to the latter belief.
Oct. 20th, 1883.
Eoitou Bulletin: That there is
a law prohibiting the sjjppting of
game in this district, by any one not
holding n license so to do, Is a fact,
That this law is repeatedly violated
is also a fact, and one of which the
conscientious license-holder feels he
has just cause to complain. Is it
fair tiiat a few law-abiding citizens
should pay for a privilege in ivhich
tho many aro permitted free indulr
If the Minister of the Interior will
kindly publish tho number of shoot
ing licenses now hold, and also the
names of the holders, lie will oblige
some of .them, and possibly bo the
weans of jp creasing the public fund.
Auction Sales by Lyons &Lovoy.
Valuable Real Estate,
J"E hno lnrrlved instruction!; from
Mia. D. K. Fyfe to cll nt nubile
On lluiisday, Novcmlior 8th,
The Elegant Residence nntl Lot on Hcic
tnnin street, together with the whole of
the Household Fmnltuisnnd 12 fleets.
Further ymiticulnrs shoitly.
Lyons & Li;vi:v, Auctioneers.
"""y. m. c. A. LECTURE
JAMES BltYOE, Esq., M P., will de
liver n lecture at the Young Men's
Christian Association Hall,
On Thursday Next,
Oct. 2!ith, nf745 ii.ni., for the beneilt of
the Association. Subject:
Rocoilootions of on Oriental Tour !
The lecture will be most instructive
Admission 25 cents.
Per older of Committee on "Enlcrtnin
0:il) ments. i5t
?OR SALE. Pi ice, $li0 as she
.? liont., R. Mopkitt, at J. W. Rob-
citfcon's. f)3i) tf 1)
T the nnnunl nicotine of the Stock
holders! of the Pnuknu Sugnr Com
puny, nolo tins unto, the following gen.
tlenicii were elected to ervc as officers
' for the ensuing your.
President Jon AUbtut.
Vicc-Piviiilent S. L. Austin.
Seo'v and Treasurer. .P. O. Jones, Jr.
Auditor .1.0. Carter.
P. C. JONES, Jk.
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, 188!). 53!) :hv b
A T the annual meeting of the Stool
holders of the Onomea Sugar Com-
puny, held this date, tho following gen
tlemen were elected to serve n ollicer.
for the ensuing ye.nr.
Picstdunt., - S. L Austin.
Vice-President". Jon. Austin.
Sccietniy : P. C. Jones, Jr.
Treasurer Geo. J. Ross.
Auditor J. O. Cnrtor.
P.O. J ONES, Jit., Sec'y
Honolulu, Oct. '-2nd, 1883. 539 w b
A Govod Chronometer,
FOR SALE. It is rated and ready for
Sea. Enquire of
Q-ltvb ,T W. ROBERTSON & CO.
Money to Loan.
ripiIE undersigned have nionc.y to loan
-L on first class security, in sums
from $1,000 to $10,000.
38 Merchant street.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 18S3. 538 lw
Notice to Stockholders.
A MEETING of the Stockholders of
the Honokaa Sugar Company will
be held at the ofllco of Messrs. F. A.
Schucfer & Co., on TUESDAY, Oct. 23d,
1883, at 10 a.m. Per order,
oJW Ut b Secretary.
E would beg to notify the public
that a Joint Stock Company has
been foimed under the laws of this
Kingdom, and under the above name
and style, for the purpose of taking over
and continuing the Manufacture of Car
riages and Wagons; and the Mercantile
business of the late firm of G. West
Mr. GC West bas assumed the manage
ment of the business, and the corpora,
tion solicits a continuation of the busi
ness bestowed upon the late firm of G.
, West, who takes this opportunity to
thank you for past favors.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MF'G CO.
538 lw E. G. SonuMAN, Sec'y.
RESPECTABLE GIRL as nurse
for one child in a private family.
Must speak English and come well re
commended. Applv at onco to
S. J. LEVEY &Co., Groceis,
533 Poi t btreet
np WO PLEASANT FURNISHED
X Rooms. No. 8 Kukui St. C22
meeting of the Workinginen's Unj.
on will be held at the Armory on
Tuesday evening, Oct. 23rd, at 7:30 to
which the workingmen of Honolulu aro
cordially and earnestly invited. By
Order. GEO. CAVANAGH,
537 2t , Secretary.
All those who signed tho roll at the
Hawaiian Hotel are specially requested
in artistic style,
ONLY 25 GENTS at GEO. VOGT'S,
1 w'-" 82 Hotel street. G35
Mutual Telephone Company.
THE second assessment on tho stock
of the above Company of 25 per
cent, being $2.50 per share, is duo this
day and payable at my olllce, Kaahuma.
nu street. 13. A. JAEGER.
Treasurer Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1883. 530 lw
tMuarpHE House and Lot on tho
SsSffllJ- Phiins.Jiear the residence
fefflSB of Mr.W.Tt. Seal, and lately
occupied by Mr. A. Dudoit. Apply to
CECIL J1ROWN, .
531 ff Knhumanu street,
I ... i i . .
A SPAN OF BLACK HORSES, a set
of doublo harness and a two.seat
qnrrlnge with top, pojo anil shafts. May
be Foen at Dndd's stables. Apply to
A. R03A, at Government Building.
Gonil ItuNiiics-s Olinnco.
FOR Rujo a RESTAURANT in n
good location, doing good solid
business, with groceries, llxtiuos, furnl.
turd, etc. 15 years lease.
Address, H. P.,
531 8tn This Olllce.
G. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale the Cargo of the
LIST OF MCIIAIISE,
Light f.pnsi Wagons
Ex Top Carriages.
Com. Wood Chair.,
Fine Molasses Shooks,
Ice Chests, Nos, 2, 3, and 5.
Lobsters, lib tug; Beans, 3lbtns
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, 2. & 3.
Fairbanks Scalc3, Nos. 7.8,10&11
Centrifugal Lining, 14 inch;
Comp. Nails, ya, 1-1 i inch.
Manila Coulagc, assorted :
Galvanized Fence Staphs,
FtfUBRS BOILERS, 20 AND 25 BALLS,;
Sisal Rope, Assorted,
1 Dump Barrown,
'Y. METAL SHEATHING
Ki, IS, '20,22, '24 and 20 o..;
Grindstones, Rubber Hose,
Hide Poison, Barbed
Wire, Refined Iron,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE.
Galvanized Screws and Washers.
INffutuie the WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will bo
kept open until 10 o'clock
every night (Sundays ex
cepted. Meals of every des
cription cooked to order. 535 1m b
BRAKE. Apply to
II. 8. TREGLOAN.
Cor. King and Hotel Sts.
CAPT. CLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and others that he has 30
MULES, just arrived per W. H. Dimond,
for Sale, at his stable, at the Corner of
Punchbowl and Queen Sts. well broken
to harness. 529 tf
Govkunok's Office, Hono- )
t.tjlu, Sept. 24, 1883. j
NOTICE is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian band will be recognized or paid
unless oulcrcd by the undersigned.
.Tko. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oabu.
NEITHER GEO. W. SMITH, or D.
MCCARTNEY, Jr., are now in our
employ, or have any further connection
Avith our hoiife.
532 1m HOLLISTER & CO.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock,
holders of the Wftianac Company,
held this date the following gentlemen
were elected to serve as officers for the
'President II. A. Widemann.
Vice-President. . . .J. L. Eichardson.
Tieasurer A. Jaeger.
Sec'y and Auditor C. O. Berger.
O. O. BERGER, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Oct. 18, 188:1. 530 lw
Just received a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STILES
All of the Latest Designs, and fpr rale
cheap, at the Furnlturo
C. U. WILLIAMS,
Telephone No. 70. Ill Foit St.
No. 0 Queen btreet Fish Market,
Dealer la choicest
Iloer, Vtttlr Mutton, FIhIi, Ac, Ac.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Livo stock furnished to
vessels at short notice, and Vegetables
of nil kinds supplied to order. 340 ly
-) TT. ..,... i .U..,....,
THE WELL-KNOWN AND POPU
one of tho finest Stallious evor Imported
into this Kingdom. For paiticulars ap.
plv nt onco a
53 J m
For Sale, Cheap,
One Top Buggy, nful ono
Piano-Box Open Buggy;
.Imth In norfpnf nnlni An.
rily CZ0 yort St., cor. School. 5S3
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW OQOD
JUST IIKCMIVE16, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGU8SHERS !
Uuarnutccd to put out twice as huge u lire In hnlf the time of nnvothci miiel hie.
It does not get out of oidcr,'anrl Is always ready for mi.
Every residence, Sugnr Mill and Stoic should linvc one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger percentage of inside space than any other mfi Wic auk Souk
Auhnts vou TUB AllOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Bice Cloth, Biid Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Wimlwills, Tanks,
HYDRAULIC BAMS. ' .
Kerosene and Libricnting Oils a spccinlty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our JSTews Good.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
THE GREAT I.
Corner Nuuaim and Queen Sts.
Wo Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
Will open on Monday, October 22nd,
Largest Assortment of Goods
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
Tie Largest and Finest Stock of Men's, Boy's
and Youth's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
BRemember Monday is the opening day at the GREAT I X L STORE,
Cornei- of Nuuann and Queen Streets.
We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees. "Watson & Co.'s
maclnnery, 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 (lischaiginc mont
One Double.Eflect, having 2290 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and monti us. '
'.. One .set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine and mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
WnJ1. in"2ased olliticB for the manufacture, of these machines', the
Weston's-Patent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, we are thus en
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices!
bandJrCnnriahf,WsU!1t,nS30rlment f CentrifuKal spares-linings, brasses, rubber
Two Diagonal Engines, each C inch by 12 inch.
Clariflers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7.
One Hpnrc 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,
E. O. HALL & SON,
Have just added largely to tholr Varlod Slock o!
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation Goods,
ok kveuv dkscjuition, . THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho " Martha Davis," Ovorland, via San Francisco;
The "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 the Ceylon, from Bo3ton, a very full line of'
Flows and Agricultural Implements I
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
X. L. STOEE
', i0 -JU
for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
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