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MONDAY, NOV. ft, 1883.
' THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Band tit Emma Square, at 7 : 30
Harmony Lodge, I.U.O.K., 7:80.
Algaroba Lpclge, I.U.U.T., ' :"
Myrtle Hoat Club, 7:30.
Hawaiian Council, No. 089, 7:30.
Mooting, Hook & Ladder Co. 7:30
THE PREMIER'S POLYNESIAN POLICY.
The "Washington Coi rcspoiidcncc
of tlie j T. Time of '2th Feb
ruary 1858 gave an article on the
'Movements of the Mormons." As
this ai tide shows the poliey of the
picsvnt premier of Hawaii, at that
time, with regard to Polynesia, we
have nuidi pleasure in reproducing
it for the benefit of our readers.
The Premier's present policy with
lespect to Polynesia is well
known, by his recent issuance of
the Protest. That a great change
" o'er the spirit of his
is manifest. We quote
" Captain Gibson urged that Mor
nionisin was a growing power.
He set forth that the active
spirits in Utah were eager for a more
genial field, than their desert bound
retreat; and in the
gieat, fertile and unappropriated is
land of New Guinea, in the vicinity
of oriental polygamist communities,
they hoped to find a congenial home
for their community."
" Captain Gibson's grand map of
the Malay Archipelago has been
much admired. But I
ish to speak of his splendid map of
New Guinea, and of Solomon's Ar
chipelago, and the islands of the
New Hebrides, and New Ireland
groups. Captain Gib
son has been gathering information
from Malay chieftains of the Indian
Archipelago, who keep up an active
commercial intercourse with New
h Guinea or Papua, and neighboring
islands, and with whom he had main
tained a constant correspondence
through friends at Singapore and
Uatavia, since lie 'left the Indian
seas. These maps are
prepared for the information of the
Mormon leaders. A pioneer vessel
is now being fitted out to bear a
Mormon vanguard to Oceanica.
Captain Gibson gives as his chief
reason for taking the interest that
lie does in Moimon emigration to
Papua, or other great unoccupied
island of the Pacific or Indinn
Oceans, (the italics are ours) that
mtch an event, the settlement of
great islands, some as large and
tinme twice a large as Utah, now
possessed by a few miserable sa
vages and the beasts of the jungle,
by a race speaking our language
and possessing all the arts of our ci
vilization, must be productive of be
neficial results to the civilized world.
It would make the Anglo-Saxon race
and name pre-eminent throughout
Will tlie Premier explain why he
now protests against ' the settle
ment of islqnds, possessed by a few
miserable savages and the beasts of
the jungle, "which" must be pro
ductive of beneficial results to the
civilized world," and which " would
make the Anglo-Saxon race and
name pre-eminent throughout Ocea
nica" ? Will ho also explain by what
great transformation scene, the "few
miserable savages and the beasts of
tho jungle" have become "a simple
and ignorant people?"
THE LIBRARY CONCERT.
The concert opened with the Tri
umphal March "Aida" by the Sym
phony Club, consisting of ten musi
cians. Miss Castle and Prof. Yarnd
ley then gave Beethoven's 5c sonata
which was very well rendered. Mrs.
Cruzan's " Message" received an
encore to which she responded with
The first opening number of tho
seoond part was MioB Hopper's
" Concert stuck," Weber, with a
second piano by Miss Castle j the
pianissimo parui were played with
great delicacy, but throughout the
vholo there was a weakness, leaving
room for improvement.
Mr. Dole made a few remarks on
the value of a public library In
Honolulu, and how books lasted for
lfiiildreds of years after the writer.
They twerc now at a standstill with
(heir building and in want of money.
They had resolved not t6 get into
debt, and" n. i'ew papers would bo
circulated miking for subscriptions.
The mush; of the String Quartette
is deserving of particular mention,
especially Bocohcrini's Minuet, which
was deservedly encored and respond
ed to with " Secret Love" by J.
Tlie zither duett, by Mr Stroech
lin and Mr. Von Nordeck, evidently
pleased the audieme, as it was en
HISTORY OF A FINCER RINC.
We have much pleasure in pub
lishing another original composition
of a pupil of Fort Street School :
I am a bright and shining little
The gold from which I am made,
was found in the Black Hills. I
was obtained by miners with a great
deal of hard labor. After being dug
up from the mines, I was taken to a
goldsmith who pronounced me good.
I was then washed & melted and
made into a plain gold ring. After
being polished up etc., I was then
put in tho show case with the rest of
my companions who were made of
different ways set with precious
stones & brilliant diamonds. Seeing
that they glittered & sparkled more
than myself, I felt rather small &
mean beside them, & also thotfglit
that I would be caged in there for
life & will never see any thing of the
I remained in there for six months
wishing for some one to come & buy
me, but no one seemed to fancy me.
All my companions were sold with
the exception of a few it made me
feel worse than ever to think that I
would be left all alone.
I passed the wearry, weary months
m pining, with a faint hope that
perhaps some poor man would take
A few days after, a young man
came into the store & asked for a
plain ring. My master then took
mo out to be shown to him & told
him my price, six dollars. He looked
f & turned me over & over till at last
he concluded to take me away.
I was then put into a box which
was closed up so tight that it almost
In the evening about seven o'clock,
he took me out of the box & put me
into his coat pocket, & an hour after
wards, I felt his hand feeling for me,
he then pulled me out & I was quite
surprised to see so many elegantly
dressed ladies and gentlemen in the
room. My new master then placed
me on a lady's finger with these
words said over mo, " With this ring
I thee wed," & then I' knew that I
was taken for a wedding ring.
I have been happy ever since for
my mistress thinks the world of me
& I am a precious little thing to her.
The feat of drawing the largest
audience ever assembled to hear an
opera was successfully performed
the other day by Mr. Carl Rosa,
who, with such very moderate fare
as Esmerald, and at the Blackpool
Winter Gardens, yet managed to
draw together 11,000 auditors. As
this suspicious night was the first of
his autumn season in the provinces,
he begins with a good omen of
success, and I hope events will not
prove contradictory of it. (Zifc.
A SMART HOY. Apply to
ASHLEY & HEBBARD
50lw 81 King street.
WE the, undersigned do hereby glvd
notice that Chun Hee has this
day retired from our Arm, and is no
longer liable for the. debts and liabili
ties thereof. HOP SING & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 12, I88H. 550 lw
I. O. G. T.
rpiIR Regular Meeting of the above
A Lodge will take place THIS MON
DAY EVENING, Nov. 5th, at 7:80, at
Knights of Pythias' Hall.
Instillation of Officers; after which a
Social. All members in good standing
are lequested to attend,
C50 It J. H. HARE, Secretary.
Attention Hooks !
ALL members of Hook & Ladder No.
. are rennet tod to be present at
iliuir next logulur meeting, on Monday
evening, November 5th. Business of
541) at PER ORDER.
KOHAI & RUPPRECflT beg to In
form their friends and the public
thut they have reniovid their olllce to
the residence J85 l'oit street, opposlto
the Gymnasium. 550 1 w
CONSIGNEES of the " Bell
Rock" are hereby notified
that the will commence to
discharge on fticsdny, 0th
jNOveniuer, at n.in,
Gcods Jeft on the wharf after five
o'clock will be stoied ut the expense of
Consignees who are requested to call at
the office of the i nderaigned, and puy
finiglit and charges,
G, W. MAOPARLANF & CO.,
65o tf b Agents.
--'"-'- - -"Hint iii trirr in nr ii ri imiir
NOVEMBER 10, 1883.
Commencing at 0:30 A. M., Sharp.
1 Yacht RacoJ
First Clas. Course From Can
Buoy pasMngout thecliuuuel, keep
ing between the buoys to leeward of
Spur and Bell Buoys, leaving Bell
Buoy to windward ; thence to llag-a
boat off Waiklkl, rounding frame
from leeward : thenco to a flag-boat
on tne quarantine grounds, rotitui
ingsnmc from lecwaid; thence to
ijll Buoy, turnltu: to windward,
and paslng Spar Buoy to leeward,
keeping between the buoys in the
channel, back to Judges' boat.
2 Slx-0arcd Gigs,
For Amateurs. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, to and turning
the Spar Buoy, keeping it on the
port side, back to place of starting.
3 Two -Oared Boats,
Course From Can Buoy to" and
aiound a buoy anchored off the
M:n hie Railway, and back to start
4 Four-Oared Gigs,
Kalulani Purse. Course Same as
No. 2. race.
5 Six-Paddle Canoe Race,
Course Same as No. 3 race.
6 Six-Oared Whaleboat Race,
Course Same as No. 3 race.
7 Chinese Boat Race,
Course Same as No. 2 race.
8 Swltnmtng Race,
Free to all.
9 Yacht Race,
Second Clas. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, in passing
Spar Buoy, leaving it on the star
boat d side; thence to a boat off the
quarantine grounds; tack around
the same, and return to starting
point; in passing Spar Buoy, leave
it on the port side.
10 Sinqle Scull Race,
Course Same as No. 3 race.
11 Catamaran Race,
Course Same as No. 0 race.
12 Six-Oarod Giq Race,
For Professionals. Course From
Can Buoy out the channel, leaving
Spar Buoy on port side, thence to
and around Bell Buoy, keeping it
on the port side in rounding, and
back to starting point, keeping Spar
Buoy on starbord side.
13 Diving Contest,
Free to all.
14 Sailing Canos Race.
Course Same as No. 3 race. ,
15 Five-Oared Whaleboat Race,
Course Same as No. 2 race.
16 Tub Race,
Free to all.
17 Tug-o' war,
Swimming Free to all.
18 Barge Race,
Kalakaua Purse. Course Same as
19 Grand Promenade.
The List of Prizes will be published
subsequently, and will be in accordance
with the amount subscribed by the com
munity. All boats in the Yacht Races will be
allowed to cany any amount of sail they
Spoon oars will be allowed in the
For particulars apply to
JAS. W.ltOBERTSON, Secretary.
J. A. CUMMINS,
II. R. MACFARLANE,
CAPT. A. McINrPYRE,
CAPT. A. FULLER,
W. K. WILCOX,
J. W. ROBERTSON,
Committee of Arrangements.
THE undersigned wishes to inform
his numerous friends that lie has
left Mr. S. Roth, and is now with Mr.
Tregloan, Tailor and Clothier, whore he
will be happy to see his old friends.
548 Bt II. 8ANSTAN.
To Kent or Lease.
TWO FINE STORES, In the New
I. O. O. F. Block, lately ere'eted on
King street, on site of fire.
For terms, apply to
520 lm Contractor and Bnllder.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
in town. Telephone N (55. 15
Good BtiHincKH Chance.
I70R Pule a RESTAURANT in
business, with groceries, fixtures, furnl
ture, etc, 15 years lease.
Aauross, u. i.,
MULES! MULES !I
CAFr. OLUNEY wishes to notify
Planters and othcis that he has SO
MULES, just arrived per W. II. Dlmond.
for Sale, at his stable, at thg Corner of
Punchbowl and Quoon Sts. well broken
to harness. 529 tf
The well-known and topu.
onooftho finest Stallions ever imported
into this Kingdom. For particulars ap.
ply at once lo
CR4 Jin JOHN McKEAOUE.
A QUANTITY of iron Hoop, 2x.l0.
AUo, lion Tanki, Apply to
080 8m J.
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Auction Sales by Lyons & Lovoy.
"Wednesday Nov. 7,
nt the Pacific Mnil S. S. Whatf at
10 A. M.
Immigrants Surplus Storos !
EX "S.S. BKLLROCK"
By order of the Agents, Messrs. G. W.
Mui'fatlaiif & Co.
We hue viol veil Instructions to sell
by Auction at th3 Pacific Mall S. S.
Whuif at 10 o'clock a.m. on
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7,
Tho whole of tho Immigrants Surplus
Stores and fittings, comprising
Biscuits, Maize Meal,
Flour In hbls, Cod Fish
Brovn and White Sugar,
Raisins, Coffee, Chicory,
Mohishvs, Tea, Pepper,
'I'lercus of Beef, Soup and Boullli,
Yeast Powder, Soap, Corn,
Flour, Tins Pea Flour,
.Extract Ueei, ango. Arrow Root,
Mustard, Lluteed Meal,
Lime Juice, Colza Oil,
Parrallue Oil, Lime, Bacon,
Salt, Peas, Oatmeal Beans,
Beans, Rice, Lard,
Vinegar, 400 Gal. Tanks,
9 Ranges, Iron Steamers Galvanized
Boilers, Kettles, Baking Pans,
Chlf-ols, adzes, shovels, Brooms.
Mops, scrubbing brushes, Lamps,
Portuguese, and Haw'n Ensigns,
Mattrnsees, Bolsters Pillow
Sheets, etc, etc, etc.
Also a largo quantity of
Terms Cash Planed Lumtier.
Lyons & Lkvky, Auctioneers.
rN SATURDAY EVENINGS, .
December 8, 15 & 22,
Y will hold our Annual Christmas
Sale-, at our Sales Room, with the larg
est variety of useful and fancy articles
e or Mien in Honolulu.
Lyons & Levky, Auctioneers.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Nos. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IMl OUTERS AND JOBBEKB OP
Wish to inform old friends and the
public generally that they have now a
moie complete and
Larger Assortment of Choice and
than ever before, which they will sell
AT LOWEST POSSI11LE FKICES.
We arc constantly receiving additions
to our stock, and feel sure of giving sat
isfaction to all purchasers.
r,ll TJRY TJS. 2m
SILK SCREENS !
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer Zea
lnndia, a lot of Handsome
Of all Colors, and
WING WO TAI & Co.,
24 Nuuanu Street.
California- Eedwood Oomp'y
Offices, 12!l George Street, Edinburgh.
C lifornia Eedwood Co.,
400 California Btreet - - San Francisco,
Eureka, Trinidad, Humboldt Co., Cal.
THIS Company is prepared to con
tract for cargoes of California
Redwood to be shipped direct from
their mills at current market prices.
The Company will load ships, sent to
San Francisco or Humboldt Bay, or will
furnish cargoes, cost, freight and Insur
ance. FALKNER BELL & CO, Agents.
547 lm San Francisco.
Suitable for Plantation and
WE, have now in Stock in Honolulu,
ready for immediate delivery,
full stocks of Railway Material, of
Messrs. Fowler & Co's. manufacture, to
which we invito the attention of Plan
ters aud tho public generally?
Steel Rails-, of 10, 14 anil 18 lbs. to the
yard, u iili fish-plates, bolts and spikes.
Tatont SUol Sleepered Portable Track,
of 10 and 14.1b. rolls, with curved line,
polutB and crossings to suit Mime.
Points ami Crossings, suitable for lo
comotive tralllc on gauges of 20 and
Sugar Plantation Locomotives,
Sugar t ano Cars, on foui or eight
Patent Tipping Wagons, for forming
We also keep on hand for the conven.
icuco of plantations, a largo and well
selected supply of spare Axles, Wheels,
Axle boxes, Holts, Nuts, etc., to replace
or renew parts of rolling stock already
supplied by Mosrs. Fowlor & Co.
For fmthcr particulars apply to
Messrs. G. W. IfoMm and W I fa,
Agents for Messrs. John Fowler & Co.
54(1 3w Leeds, England.
NE OOM, suitable cither
lady or gentleman
quiet locullty, about 10 minutes walk
Apply this olllce.
WS & SB
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JttST RKCKIVKI), INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a fire in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and la always ready for ue.
Ever' residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With largci percentage of inside space than any oilier safe Wk auk Soi.k
AUKM'S FOIt THK AUOVK.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing "Wire, Pumps, "Wimlwills, Tanks,
Slcidgrnte Oil in ITivo Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Libricatlng Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN .SAFES
With Patent Inside Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Gash, or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
540 tf b
THE GREAT I. X. L. STORE,
Corner Nuuanu a d 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 headin
Tie Largest anil Finest Steel of Men's, Boy's
and You h's Clothing.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shces,
Hats, Caps, Trunks, Valises, too numerous to itemize.
-Don't forget the GREAT I X L STORE, Corner of Nuuanu and Queen
E. O. HALL & SON,
Have Just added largely to their Varied Stock ol
Hardware, General Merchandise,
And Plantation G-oods,
os- EVEnv DEscmr-riON, THE BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
By the " Martha Davis," Overland, via San Francisco;
The "D.C. Murray," "II. w. Almy,'"' Mallsgate," "W. II. Dlmond," and from
England, via Panama.
Shortly expected by the Henry James, from New York,
mid the Ceylon, from Boston, a very full line of
- Plows and Agricultural 'Implements !
II A KINO THE
Most complete assortment ever offered in this Kingdom;