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ALL Parties desirous of securing the
services of Portuguese contract
laborers under the Auspices of the
Board of Immigration nro Invited to in.
form tho Prcsldont of the Board In
writing, nt us early a day as convenient
of tho numbor ahd clnss of laborers they
(s) OHAS. T. QULICK,
Minister of tho Interior and Prcsldont
Board of Immigration.
Interior Onicc, Nov. 22, 1833. CGO tf
8b gaily ttJUUu
Fledged to neither Beet nor Fatty.
Bat established for the' bonefit of all.
SATURDAY, NOV. 24, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Gymnasium Exercises) for Ladies
and Children from 9 to 11.
Regular Cash Sale nt Sales Room,
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
Band at Emma Square, at 4
Gospel Tempcrnnce Meeting at
Bethel, at 7 :30.
Magic Lantern Show, nt Lycnn &
Co's. nt 7:30.
Bethel Sunday School, nt 9 :45.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :45.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, S. S. Thanks
giving Concert, morning; Thanks
giving Praise Service, evening.
Service Y. M. C. A., 3 p.m.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 6:15
Complying with an oft-repeated
invitation to visit Morns' place, in
Kalihi Valley, we left Honolulu one
afternoon, and after a pleasant drive
of little over thirty minutes, reached
The road, which is not as good ns
it might be, would, with little ex
penditure, make one of the finest
drives near Honolulu ; and, as a
score of other inducements are of
fered by the surroundings, many
would embrace this opportunity of
obtaining fresh air.
Arrived at our destination we
found, in the most luxuriant of veg
etation, the house ; in fact it was so
completely covered and surrounded
by trees and vines of tho rankest
growth, that, were the neat path
leading to the door but overgrown
with the thorny brier, it would be
The situation of the house tends
much towards this, it being sur
rounded on three sides by high hills,
covered to the top with good timber,
and built close to a gulch, which hns
been several times filled during this
There are n hundred acres of
pasture land, ten acres already set
out in bananas, and ten more pre
pared for, the same ; three acres in
pineapples, and ns mnny more rendy
to receive the purple Spanish and
sugnr loafed pineapples, for which
the owner has sent to San Miguel.
There arc several acres reserved for
grape cuttings, and hind for hard
and soft shell almonds, and English
walnuts, all of which will arrive
shortly from California. He has
also sent to Mexico for olives, and
by Mr. Frank Damon to China for a
species of freestone mango, which is
said to be far superior to our island
mango. -Mr. Damon will also trans
- port any other tropical fruit suitable
for this region. In all, the estate
contains 187 acres.
The following fruits arc actually
produced on this land: For the
market Bananas, oranges of three
sorts, limes, mangos of two sorts,
alligator pears and pineapples.
. There arc Japanese cherries, rose
apples, mountain apples, loquats,
pnpia, guavas, figs, coffee, Chili
peppers, watermelons, pumpkins,
taro, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, beans,
peanuts, cocoa, etc., for the use of
Tho greatest charm about the
place is its healthy climate, one
would hardly credit tho change of
atmosphere which is noticeable after
I leaving Honolulu. It grows do
' Hghtfully cooler and refreshing, and
V at no time is it ns warm and close
nn in the cltv. The bouudnrv of
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'the land on the lower etue is the icy
!;;cold and clear stream which is
always flowing. It contains several
:pretty little falls, and, just below
one of tho larger ones, forms n deep
ntirt Inrrrn linbit-i
own t..U vrocu. j
Stock also is not forgotten for
there are several cows, horees mid
sixty pigs, and nlao a full poultry
yard lo supply tho kitchen.
If the improvements now content
plnted by the,, owner, Mr. J. Lyoan,
are carried out, this place will soon
be an ornament to tho neighborhood,
as well as a source of profit to Its
Thursday evening's free entertain
ment at the Y. M. C. A. was another
marked success; the hall was well
filled, quite one half of the audience
being men. The programme was
favorably received, Mr. T. II. Da
vies receiving an encore. Rev.
Plato Johnson appeared, "a solium
fac," in a much more enlightened
color than of old, in tho form of
Mrs. J. A. Cruzan.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan, who presided,
delivered his long promised speech,
which, he said, had been a burden
to him for a month and he intended
to get rid of it. A printer friend
had given him a copy of an article
thnt was to appear in one of tho
next day's papers, relating to the
increase of intemperance. He read
portions of the article, and said thnt
he did not think the clutches of the
law were difficult to escape from.
He had seen three women, on their
King'B birthday, staggering through
the streets in n drunken state, sup
ported by men. He advised young
men never to drink on the sly or so
cially. By socially he meant the
American habit of trenting. If a
German wanted a drink, he sat down
by himself and got it, but Americans
grouped together, and one said
"Come boys, let's take a drink,"
then another said " Come boys,"
and it was " Come boys," "Come
boys," " Come boys," till all had
treated. The custom was a curse to
America, and resulted in men taking
more than they wanted or could
afford. A second reason against
drinking was that it injured the
bodily health ; no healthy man needed
spirits, and medical authorities had
stated that it was not necessary for
the 'sick. If a man took four din
ners, at Hart's or the Windsor
Restaurant, one after the other, he
would be thought a fool. A third
reason against the custom was that
it abused sociability, one of the best
elements of the human nature. The
speaker interspersed his remarks with
amusing anecdotes, and examples of
the evil effects of too much drink.
The evening's entertainment closed
exactly at 9 o'clock.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The Marquis of Hartington, has
admitted that if the French were at
war with China it would require all
England's friendship and forbearance
to prevent complications arising with
France. The Irish national journals
insist that the Roman Catholic Arch
bishopric of Sydney, recently ren
dered vacant by the death of the late
Archbishop Vaughan, should be con
ferred upon an Irishman. A Mel
bourne correspondent says that the
long talked of new morning paper is
now nn nccomplished fact, and that
it will appear under the name of
The Sentinel. The correspondent
adds that Mr. Justice Higinbotham
has been offered the editorship of
the new paper at a salary of 5,000
a' year. His Honor, however, has
not given a decided answer.
, ON ANNEXATION.
The St. James's Gazette, com-,
me'nting upon Lord Derby's reply to
the memorandum of the Australian
and New Zealand Agents-General,
describes it as curt, unsympathetic,
and repellant all, in fact, that tho
letter of a Colonial Secretary to co
lonial representatives ought not to be.
Concerning the annexation of New
Guinea, for which the coldnists show
so good a cose, the St. James's Ga
zette asks if Lord Derby is not afraid
of the prospective responsibility, and
why does ho hesitate to end all doubt
by frankly accepting it. Tho Morn
ing Post sayB that Lord Derby be
trays a singular misconception of
the relations in which the Australian
colonics now stand to the mother
country. Tho Standard says that
Lord Derby's reply to tho colonists
appears as absolutely inadequate.
It is not to be expected that tho
Australian colonies will consent to
place themselves on perpetual guard,
when by timely action they can close
any opening to foreign adventure in
their neighbourhood. Tito London
Times, discussing the Annexation
Question, expresses pleasure at the
united action of the colonies in re-
gnr I lo tho matter, and indicates
tin I ho Imperial Government will
nut attempt to thwart their wishes
when expressed ns the voice of a
A Now Zealand paper says "There
is something so extremely imperti
nent. In this cnvnllcr fashion of deal
int: with the luterests of the colonics,
irrespective of their desires, that it
would be irritating if we did not
feel that a totally different senti
ment rules in governing circles at
home, and controls the action of tho
Imperial Government ; and that these
recommendations arc tho result of a
somewhat nutocratic view of Jcolo
nial affairs, to which members of
tho naval ns well ns military Bcrvico
nro inclined, blonded with a spice of
chagrin nnd resentment, such ns
might ho expected in n very con
spicuous gubernatorial failure."
With reference to Genoral Mc
Iver's scheme for colonizing New
Guinea, wo take the following from
the 2f. Z. Herald.
"The general hns been informed
by Lord Derby that, should the
scheme bo persisted in, the Imperial
Government will interfere on behalf
of the natives. This action has
cauBcd a good deal of discussion in
the London Press, but nil ndmit
thnt the action of General Mclver
hns had the effect of forcing 'the
hnnd of tho Government, nnd thnt
they now stand committed to estab
lish n British Protectorate of New
Guinea, if not effect a formal annex
ation. In either case n benefit will
hnve been conferred upon the natives
of the island as well as upon the
Australasian group of colonics. Law
and order will bo established under
a Protectorate, and the resources of
the vast island will become more or
less actively developed.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
This Day Saturday,
Nov. 24, nt Sales Room, at 10 a. m.,
will bo held
Regular Gash Sale
Clothing, Dry Goods,
Books and Magazines,
A large quantity of
Sacks Sugar, '
250 Boxes of Apples,
And One Top Buggy.
Lyons & Levey, Auctioneers.
HOLLISTER & CO.
Druggists & Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE' AND RETAIL,
59 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, and Cor.,
5G7 Fort and Merchant streets, tf b
Bethesda Mineral Water !
Or by tho Bottle, '
Hollister & Co.,
567 lm b Sole Agents, Haw'n Islands
City Shoeing Sbop.
110 Fokt Street,
Opposite Dodd's Stable.
IF YOU WANT your horse shod, and
have no time to bring him to tho
City Staii Shop,
And your horse will bo sent for shod,
and . returned on short notice. Messrs.
Mc. Donald and Ryan who superintend
tho work are practical mechanics of
years of experience, and can he recom.
mended as reliable men, as well as First
class Workmen at tLe trade.
We mean business. 411 work guaran
teed and done with promptness.
S. I. Shaw,
In Tins and in tho Shell,
Fi-chIi Tabic Peurn,
and Fine Celery,
Can bo obtained from
Kennedy & Co.
500 at h 07 Hotel Street.
G00 Chances, at $2,50 a Chance.
Tickets vo be had at Nordherg's Anchor
Choicest French Caiies
Just received hy the Mariposa,
Prepare for Christmas.
Thoy arc the Largest and Best Assort,
ment, over received in Honolulu.
And will ho sold at
50 CmttPiir POuM
A New Ice Cream Wagon 1
which visits the Suburbs nt all Hours of
tho Day and night with
Soda Water and k Cream
5!i9 - FORT STREET. lm b
Consignees Bark Spartan.
THE Bark SPARTAN haviug
arriveu ana oemg rcaay to
discharge cargo. Consiirnees
2 will nleaso call at the ofllec
of the Agents, pay frelght'ond get order
for their good?.
CASTLE & COOKE,
SCO lw Agents.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDWARDS, corner of
King and Nuuanu streets.
Freeh Groceries by every steamer. Or.
durs- solicited, and good delivered In
any part of the city. 001 Cm b
PEDIGREE PUB POPS!
THREE PEDIGREE PUG PUPS,
Of the Male Sgx,
Fifty Dollars Each.
W. S. Iiuce,
600 tf b Kaahumanu street.
King Street Store,
Has Just Received,
Ex Bell Rock and other
Comprising in part as follows :
And Lotus Ware.
These goods are entirely new to this
market, and are well worth Inspection.
Single, Double and Treble,
In Amber, Green, Blue,
Rose, and Flint Colors.
of Now and Elegant Designs,
In Moss China, Glass, Majolica,
and Barbollne Ware, with
New Self-Lighting Burners.
of assorted patterns.
Barbolino Flower Pots,
Wedgwood and Majolica Ware
There nre also in, stock the rogular
Dinner and Tea Servioes,
Chamber Bets and Crockery,
of every description.
Lamp Globes, Chimneys,
Burners, Wicks, &c, &c.
JT. T. Waterliouse
King' St., Honolulu.
503 tf b"
THE undersigned begs to inform the
public generally that ho has pur.
chased the business of Apau, of Koloa,
Kauai, arid intends carrying on tho same.
Apau will be responsible for the debts
on the late business. CHONG WO.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. 10, 1888. 658 lm
THIS is to certify that N. Clifford has
full power of Attorney to act for
mo during my absence
S. W. BUCKMAN.
Honolulu, Nov. ID, 1888. 608 8w
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a Are in half the time of any other machine.
It does not got out of order, and is always ready for inc.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should havo one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger percentage of inside spaco than any other safe We Ann Sole
Agents fob. the Above. t
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wire Netting, Rice Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
SlcidRTvte Oil in ITiv Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Llbricatlng Oils a spcclnlty. A good stock on hnnd and to arrive.
Call and examine our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES
With Patent Insido Boltwork and Hinge Cap.
A Large Assortment of these justly Celebrated Safes
Over 500 in daily use on the Hawaiian Islands.
Safes Sold for Cash, 'or on the Installment Plan.
For Prices, Circulars, etc., apply to
C. O. BERGER, General Agent,
540 tf b HxVWAIIAN ISLANDS.
nfT8ViC,11"knJownMachinoia now usedt the Royal Palace, Hawaiian Hotel,
JttusicMall.andanumbvTof private residences, giving entire satisfaction every-
It is the most economical Machine in use, easily managed and automatic in its
onIdurnish om a 20 Light to a 1000 Light Machine, smaller sizes constantly
GAS FIXTURES OF MITCHELL, VANCE & CO.
For Circulars, Cataloguos Prices, etc., apply to
O. O. BERG-ER, Sole Agent,
604 tf b s HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
TO BE HELDYESPONSIBLE I
Workingmen's Trade Union.
Great I X L Store
Corner Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
Tko People Mass at tie tot 1. 1 L Store
And the Store for the People is tho Groat I. X. L., where
Clothing, White and Percale Shirts,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Neckwear,
Are being sold lower than any other house
in the kingdom.
Comparison of prices will tell. Call early at the Great I X L Sto re. cornerof
Nuuanu and Queen Slreeta.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
604 No. 18 Kaahumanu street.
Good lluuineHH Chance.
FOR Sale a RESTAURANT in a
good location, doing good i-olid
business, with groceries, fixtures, furnl.
turo, etc. IS years lease.
Address, H. F.,
681 8m This Office.
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