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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will sell at Snles
Room at 12, apples and also wine
Oahu Lodge, No. I K. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at7:!10.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
We learn from New Zealand that
a public meeting was held at Levuka
on Gth September, to discuss the
questions of federation, annexation
or representation. From an account
given in the New Zealand Jlcmd,
wo take the following '-The meet
ing was more numerously attended
than any which has taken place
since Fiji has been a British colony.
Its distinguishing feature was the
serious earnestness with which those
present addressed themselves to the
business before them."
"The course proposed by the
principal resolution for the constitu
tional reform of these grievances
was to memorialise the Federal Con
vention, setting forth the political
position of the colony, and praying
for support and assistance in agitat
ing for incorporation with the future
Federal I'liion ; for attaching to one
of the powerful Australasian colonics
in the interim: or for such modifica
tion in the present, torm of govern
ment as will secure to the colonist"
some adequate measure of represen
tation. The first sheets of this
memorial were sent forward by the
last Sydney mail, and will be pre
sented by representatives, of the
colonists, who will ask for permis
sion to support its prayer. A
petition has also been sent to Queen
The same paper says editorially.
" It is of vital importance that the
real feelings of the colony should be
recognised, and, if possible, that the
action towards forming the federal
bond should be simultaneous with
the purging out of the evils of
bureaucratic government, and the
placing of the administration of the
little eoloiry on such a basis that it
can work in harmony with the older
colonies which enjoy the advantages
of representative institutions."
Silt GeOKGE GKEY AND THK KING OK
HAWAII ON ANNEXATION.
Wellinton (N. Z.), September
18th "A petition is being drafted at
Sir George Grey's suggestion, in
Auckland, to send for signature to
Samoa, asking for the annexation of
that island to New Zealand. This
action is consequent on Sainoan
advices and information received by
"King Kalakaua, of Hawaii, visits
the colonies in June. His Govern
ment has sent a protest to the
European Powers and America
against Polynesian annexation. It
urges the beneficial results of a joint
guarantee of the independence of
Hawaii, and. claims similar privileges
"A large and enthusiastic meeting
for kindred people." (Sydney Mail.
of citizens was held at Ballarat, to
protest against the Pacific islands
being used by any power as recep
tacles for convicts, and also to urge
the Imperial Government to annex
New Guinea and the other islands
Ji.adjacent to Australia and New
i j Zealand." (. M. Herald.
' OPINION Or TIIK .S. M. IIKKAI.l).
"" "The nnucxation policy on which
"'"'j France appears to have embarked,
may, indeed, prove to be intimately
connected with her excitions in ship
building. To the acquisition of
Tahiti, we may add the actual pos
, session of New Caledonia, and the
b tt casting of longing eyes upon the New
Hebrides. These considerations can
"' not be overlooked in the discussion
of our colonial annexation projects.
England, France, German', have
interests in the Pacific ; and should a
rupture occur between cither of
these powers and either of the others,
the possession of defensible coaling
stations in the Pacific might be a
matter of the greatest moment. It
is one thing for the United States to
lay down the Monroe doctrine for
the American continent. It is
another for Great Britain to set it up
for tho Pacific Ocean. Some of tho
annexation schemes which have been
propounded' can hardly be said to
fall short of this. No one will dis
pute the predominance of Australa
sian interests in these southern sens.
It may be tit once admitted that the
problems of the future would bo
greatly simplified if no European
power save England had foothold
Tin: MKi.notmxK ixadkii.
"The New Zealand G ovcrnmont has
passed a bill, drafted by Sir George
Grey, and accepted by the govern
ment of which Sir Gcorgo Grey is
the bitter opponent, to the effect
that New Zealand shall be permitted
lo annex any island or group of
islands in the Southern Pacific whose
inhabitants desire annexation, pro
vided the Imperial Government is
informed of what has been done.
The action of the New Zealand Par
liament puts England in an embar
rassing position. She -has objected
to annex New Guinea, because
Queensland took the initiative with
out applying for leave. New Zea
land accordingly applies for leave to
annex Samoa, and is prepared to
show that the people of Samoa wish
to be annexed. The English policy
is to escape from a present difficulty
by the first excuse that will cause
delay. In the same spirit Lord
Derby hinted that the colonies must
show themselves united in the de
mand for annexation, and be pre
pared to guarantee expenses. He
will soon be assailed with a request
from a federal conference accom
panied with a guarantee. What will
he do next?'"
An error occurred in our cor
respondent's letter, published yester
day, on the above subject. The
concluding part should have read as
follows: "I am not sure whether
this is the effect of some inherent
quality in the sand, or whether it is
owing to the fact that the admixture
of sand keeps the cla' in a loose
state and prevents it from baking.
I rather incline to the latter belief."
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session on Monday
Priuccville Plant. Co
llawn. Agr. Co
Wainianalo Sugar Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Star Mill Co
Paukaa Sugar Co
Waikapu Sugar Co
Inter Island "S. N. Co
E. 0. Hall & Son (Limited)
!) p. f. Gov. Howls 100
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Mrs. Langtry is accompanied by
her mother on her present American
Ministerial changes have . taken
place in Paris, Madrid and Persia.
The Australian colonics are to be
admitted into the International Pos
tal Union. When this is accom
plished, the whole world, practically,
will be in the Union, and a uniform
rate of five cents will pay for a let
ter to any place on the globe, with
the exception of Hatayia.
Matthew Arnold has Jet't Liver
pool for Jfew York".
Henry Irving, the English actor,
will live at Mr. Vandcrbilt's. during
his Jew York engagement.
Tho Queen has chosen a site for
John Brown's statue so that it will
be in view of the windows of the
Advices by mail from Batayia of
Sept. 1st, show the earthquakes
which occurred in and about the
Strait of S inula did but little damage
to property in the Citv of Batavia
and that only a few fishermen were
drowned by the tidal waves.
N. M. Kerr, the Chicago era
bezlcr, petitioned Judge Blodgott
for release on a writ of habeas cor
pus. His application was denied.
The Canadian sugar refineries are
urging the Government to grant
them a bounty on all refined sugar
exported from Canada. They state
that competition is already so, great
among them that Unless a foreign
market is found they will be obliged
to greatly restrict production.
Yellow fever is still raging at
Ilermosillo, and the rnto of deaths
increasing. Many bodies are buried
without being coffined.
The steamers City of Brussels and
Ludgate Hill were in collision off
Gravesend. Both vessels were badly
T-iTTm wrfiwriWirtiBfmaitBiiiinrr,iTn-i-r,, "
Auction Sales hy Lyons & Levey.
This Bay Wednesday,
Oetobcr4tlt, nt 12 o'clock, noon,
At our fmlcroom, we will tell
In tlrt-olasi ouler. Ex. S. S. Alameda.
Lyons & Levky, Auctioneer1!.
Valuable Ileal Estate,
hnvo icoolvod instructions fiom
Mis. D. K. Fyfo lo sell nt public
On Thursday, November 8th.
The Elegant Residence and Lot on Heie
tiniin street, togothor with the whole of
the Household Finniturs and EllecN.
Further paitlculurs shortly.
Lyonh& Lkvey, Auctioned &.
Honolulu Stock and Bond
NOTICE Is hereby given Unit the
regular meetings ot the Board will
hereafter be held on AVedneMlay's at 11
A. m.. commencing on AVcdnednv. Oc
tober :ut. 188:$.
not) lw Secretary.
Elt.THAOIIER assumes all litibili.
tics of the late firm of Palmer &
Timelier, dmggisls, and requests imme
diate payment of till outstanding ac
counts. J3TSndu Water business continued as
heietoforo 510 lw
M. G. A. LECTURE.
JAMES BRYOK, Em.. Ml., will de
liver i lent uve at the Younir MtMi'
Cliri'-tint) Amocllitiou Hall,
On Thursday Jfext,
O -I. "Wtli. .ii 7:J." p.m.. fin tlic lu-iii-llt of
tile Mie nlion. Subject:
Recollections of an Oriental Tour !
'i'l.c li'-tnic will lie most inMrucliu'
an I I'liii'it-diilm,'.
Admission lin cents.
lVr order of Committee on Entertain
.Vlft meiiN. "A
;?OR SALE. Piioe, $150 as she
2 fioatb. R. Mokpitt, nt J. W. Rob-
crtson's. 530 tf b
T the annual meeting of the Stock
holders ot the i'aukna sugar uom
puny, held this dale, the following gen
tlemen weic elected to serve as olliccrs
for the ensuing year.
President Jon. Austin.
Vice-Tresident S. L. Austin.
Sec'y and Treasurer. .P. C. .Tones, Jr.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. C. JOKES, Jit.
Honolulu, Oct. 'J2nd, 1883. 53!) 3w b
AT the annual meeting of tho Stock
holders of the Onomea Sugar Com
pany, held this date, the following gen
tlemen were elected to serve as officers
for the ensuing year.
President S. L Austin.
Vice-President Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Treasurer Geo. J. Ross.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. C. JONES, .Til., Sec'y
Honolulu, Oct. 22ud, 1883. 530 3w b
Money to Loan.
THE undersigned have money to loan
on first class security, in sums
from $1,000 to 10,000.
SMITH & THURSTON,
38 Merchant street.
Honolulu, Pet. 20, 1883. 538 lw
WE would beg to notify .the public
that a Joint Stock Company has
been foimcd under the laws of this
Kingdom, and under the above name
and style, foi the purpose of taking over
nnd continuing the Manufacture of Car
riages and Wagons; and the Mercantile
business of tho lnte firm of G. Wet
Mr. G. West has assumed the manage
ment of the business, and tho corpora
tion solicits a eontinurition of the busi
ness bestowed upon the lute firm of G.
West, who takes this opportunity to
thank you for past favors.
IIAW'N CARRIAGE MF'G CO.
038 lw E. G. Scuumak, Sec'y.
A RESPECTABLE GIRL as nurse
for one child in a private family.
Must speak English and come well re.
commeiuieo. a ppiv ai once 10
8. J. LEVEY &
in arfistio style,
ONLY 25 CENTS at GEO. VOGT'S,
lw 82 Hotel street. 535
Mutual Telephone Company.
THE second assessment on tho stpek
of tho abovp Company of 25 per
cent, being $2.50 per share, is due this
day and payable at my office, Kaahuma
nu street. 1U. A. JAEGER.
' Treasurer Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Oct, 15, 188S5. 530 lw
aujnnHE House and Lot on tho
jftfcgjylHfiJL Plains, near tho residence
gflBk of Mr,W. R. Seal, and latoly
occupied bv Mr. A. Dudoit. Appjy to
58 1 tf Kahumanu street.
JFqr JSule. ,
A SPAN OF BLACK HORSES, a tet
of double harness and a two-scat
carringo with top, polo and shafts. May
bo seen at Dodd'tt stables, Apply to
A. Rosa, at Government Building.
UooA ItiiNinesM Cliiiuce.
'OR Halo a RESTAURANT in a
irood location, doinc cood solid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furni.
turo', eto. 15 years lcaso.
Address, H. F.,
631 3m This Office.
C. BREWER k CO.
Offor for Sale tho Cargo of tho
'i in: Koit.owt.su
LIST OF 1HCHA1ISE,
Ox Ciittp, .
Light K.Nprcsj Wage-in-,
Ev Top Cnringc.
Cum hci land Coal,
Com. "Wood Chairs,
Fine Mola-cs Rhooks,
Ico ClicsN, Nos, S, 3, and 5,
Lobstero, lib ins ; Beans, Stilt tns
Hay Cutters. Wos. 1. 2. & 3.
Fairh'inlc'.s Scales Xos 7.8,1 0 & 1U
Ci'iitrifuirnl Lining, 14 inch;
Comp.-Nails lijj, 1-14 inch.
Manila Cordage, Aborted:
Cnlvani.cd Fence Staph",
PARKERS 80IHR8, 20 M 25 BALLS.;
Sibal Rlipe, Aborted,
Ami .' Shovclh,
Y. METAL S-rKATHl"SrG-
I -, !.S. '.0, '21, 24 and
i IV ,
Hide Poison. 1$ irlied
V: iic, Kuli'i' i! lion,
ANNEALED FENCE WIRE.
Gnlvani7i'd Scieiv. and Washers.
IN 'future the WINDSOR
RESTAURANT will bo
kept open until 10 o'clock
every nlclit (bunuay.s ex
cepted. Meals of every des
cription cooked to Older. 535 lm b
CAFr. CLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and otheis that ho hns 80
MULES just arrived per W. II. Dimond,
for Sale, at his stable1, at the Corner of
Punchbowl and Queen Sts. well bioken
to harness. oii'J tt
GoviniNon's Office, Hono- )
jaji,u, Sept. 24, 1883. J
NOTICE is hereby given that no debts
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian band will be recognized or paid
unlcs ordered bj' the undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu.
NEITHER GEO. W. SMITH, or D.
MCCARTNEY, .Th., arc now in our
employ, or have any further connection
with our hoiiEC
532 1m HOLLISTER & CO.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Waianac Company,
held this date the following gentlemen
were elected to serve as olliccrs for the
President II. A. Widemann.
Vice-Pipsidcnt. .. ,.I. L. Richardson.
Treasurer A. Jaeger.
Sec'y and Auditor.'. ...CO. Berger.
O. O. BERGER, Sec'y.
Honolulu. Oct. 18, 188H. 530 lw
Just received a
Large & Varied Assortm't
100 DIFFERENT STYLES
All of Hid Latest Designs, and for Fnlo
cheap, nt the Furniture
ii. K. WILLI AltlM,
Telephono No, 70.
111 Fort St.
No. 0 Queen btreet, Fish Market,
Dealer in choicest
Itecl, Vcul, 3r ut ton, I'lHli, Ac, Ac.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully
attended to. Llvo sioclc furnished to
vessels at ohoit notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds .supplied to order. 340 ly
THE WELL.KNOWN AND POPU.
one of tho finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom. For particulars ap.
plv at once to
CU4 lm JOHN McKEAQUE.
For Sale, Cheap,
Ono Top JJi'Kgy, and one
Piano-Box Open Buggy:
both in perfect order. An-
ply r!0 Fort St., cor. School. 52R
TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8Kukui St. 528
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
Gunraniccd to put-out twice as large a tire in half tho time of any other machine.
It does not get out of older, and is always ready for tt3c.
Evciy residence, Sugar Mill and Stoio should have one.
Magneso-Caicite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With hirget percentage of inside space than any other Mite Wk auk Soi.k
Acikkts KOU Till. AllOVL.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wiie Cloth, Wire Netting, Kice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing; Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Ki'iovene mid Llbrlcating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine oar News Good.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Inside, Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
HSBB?c iHIHIil III
KaSMHyHmrA UHHH5KI Hill
A .Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on
i the Installment Plan I
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
510 tf b HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
THE GREAT I.
Corner Nuuaim and Queen Sts.
No Bombast Simply an announcement
THE ABOVE STORE
IS NOW OPEN
Largest Assortment of G-oods
Ever shown here without exception, consisting in part:
Dry, Fancy and House Furnishing Goods,
Embroideries, Laces, and everything that comes under the above heading.
Tim Largest mil Finest Stock of Ira's, Boy's
and Youth's . Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, loo numerous to itemize.
-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu nnd Queen
E. O. HALL & SON,
Havo Just added largely to llioir Varlod Stock of
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation G-oods,
ok kvkhy nicscniiTiON, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By tho " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
Tho " D. O. Murray," H. W. Almy," " Mallsgato," " W.n. Dimond" and from
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry Jame, from New York,
and the Ceylon, from Bo3ton, a very full lino of
Plows and Agricultural Implements !
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom.
583 lm b
HEW KPJlR !
the Hawaiian Islands.
X. L. STORE