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'JjH'he Justice of tin' Supreiur Court
Ftiave this day nppolntcil Hkniiy 1'. Poou
to lie Second' Deputy Cletk of said Court.
' lly the Court.
WILLIAM FOSTER, Cleik.
Honolulu, Oct. 1st, 1831.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
r Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
Draw Exchange on the
HiiiiU orC'tilif'uruin. S. 1
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
, 'r"PLo,rdo"rlal l5!U'k C" f S,,npy'
-The Commercial Dank Co., of Sdney,
CVriie Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
i Uhristcliurcli, and Wellington,
i Vl'lie Hank of British Columbia, VIr.
;" J torin, II. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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the City and submit. All subscriptions
will be payable to bint from September
H?" Subei lber changing their ie-1-dence
will please notify Mr. Melll. in
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please take notice that I heir paper will
be lcftwheie requested ahd under no
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Bat estibllsbed for tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1881.
THIS EVENINC'S DOINCS.
Band, Emma Square, 7 :30.
.Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 7 :?0.
Sale of horse and carriatre at 12,
jjby Lyons and Levey.
Ladies' Prayer lectin". Fort St.
1,,'j.wllllH'll, ill. ii 'iin-i.
Frn. ..!. ... ( '..i..i-
ACTIONS OR WORDS?
The Gazette's article of yestcidny
.has, as was to be expected, met with
ff the appioval of the party suppoiting
the present stale of affairs. A policy
of aimless lecrimiiiatiou against the
present Ministry, with no definite
scheme of improvement and no ic-
A sponsible exponents of principles,
(m just suit that section of the
community. While every intelligent
, ,and honest man will admit that some
of the Ministerial measures and
it works have been in the interest of
i the country, no one can show that
J At . I . . il.I II!..' i
" the general course of the Ministry
-(,has been businesslike and statesman
ilikc. The deranged finances of the '
""Kingdom, the impoverished treasury
and credit, and the tiail of dictator-
' ship from within and without all
are results of bad government, and
i all re-act with damage to even I
the approvablc operations of the
Ministry. We wish, as .strongly
.'as our neighbor, to educate public ,
1 opinion up to the duties of the time. I
I Hut we want to know for what and
for whom we aic paving the way in
( our efforts to overturn a policy that
,has, on the whole, lcsultcd disas
trously, and have Unfaithful stcwauls
of the state dismissed. Organic
ftfonis needed to make the best of
: tlieWct public opinion that now
I permeates tho body politic, and to
j prevent its being made of none effect
'. by improper or unlawful means.
MlJnless thcro is enough of thc right
wsprt'of public opinion extant to savo
I; the cniintrv nn tbn Ural, nnnnrhniit.v. .
then the demands -frequently made
.l.v nnnnlni- nnmn. fne .1, Minl.trv
tyj r-r-"" .D.... .-. .... ........... j
r to resign, arc vain ns the noi9c of
founding brass and tinkling cymbals.
THE BRITISH SCIENTISTS.
Tho British Association for the
L'Advanccment of Science met in
'Montreal, Canada, on the 27th of
August Inst. It was tbc first time
tbis august body ever assembled
outside of tbc British Islands, and
llio event was therefore a great com
pliment to tlio Canadian commercial
metropolis, winch its citizens fully
justified by n most hospitable and
princely welcome to their distin
guished visitors. The formal open
ing was made by a grand reception
tendered by the Corporation and
citizens, assisted by Lord Lans
downc, Govcrnor-ficncral, and Sir
John iMacdonald, Premier of the
Dominion, and local notables. Sir
William Thompson made a brief and
happy speech in reply to the felici
tous words of welcome delivered
bv the (tovcrnor-fieneial. Lord
Jjilwl0TVle sccms to rWi )is
illustrious predecessor, Lord J)uf-
ferin. in the gift of the gab and the
aroma of the blarney stone. Lord
Rayleigh. Professor of Kxperimcntnl
Physics in the University of Cam
bridge, the new President of the
Association, delivcied a masteily
opening addiess, in which ho broadly
reviewed recent achievements in
science. In a feeling lcfcrcncc to
the late Sir W. Siemens, that
practical scientist to whom the
world oivei many incalculable
mechanical advantages, he im
parted the lesson that, in nine
cases out of ten, success in inven
tion depends as much upon good
judgment and perseverance as upon
fertility nf imagination. hi the
field of electricity, the dynamo
i machine is founded upon discoveries
of Faraday now more than half a
century old, but it lias required the
' protracted labors of many inventors
to biing it to its present high degree
of elllcicncy. He looked forward
to the early success of the electric
light for general use, as it had
triumphed in the lighting of large
' assembly places and ocean pas
senger ships. When the necessary
power can be obtained from the fall
of water, instead of from the com-
bustion of coal, he said, the condi
tions of the problem of electric
' lighting arc far more favorable.
This is a useful hint for Honolulu,
and taken in connection with ano-
1 ther probability stated by Lord Hay
leigh, i- of the utmost importance
alike to our people and to the com
pany chartered to furnish them with
I gas-light. In the opinion of good
i judges, he said, the steam-engine
will before long have to give way to
1 its younger rival, tho gas-engine.
The natural falls in the vicinity of
, this city, as well as the evident
practicability of getting a stidlcient
head from the rain collected on the
mountains, would make the electric
lighting of our city comparatively
easj'. There would be no occasion
for the sacrifice of the gas-plant in
that event, if gas was generally
adopted for cooking purposes, and
more especially if the gas-engine
i cached an acceptable degree of per
fection. In future issues we shall
i give our readers further notes upon
the meeting of the Association,
With a Lyceum, a Music Hall,
and other available places of assem-
' bly, we ought to have more frequent
I 1irtlllnt lnlllllnu 111 ntitni.i!imnitr.
popular lectures and entertainments
Once upon a time the Uritish
Association for the Advancement of
Science came to the deliberate con
clusion that it would bo impossible
for a steamboat to cross the Atlan
tic. Perhaps it is reminiscences of
this kind which chiefly account for
the remarkable modesty that charac
terizes the true scientist of the
The Guide gives the Ministerial
reasons for dismissing Marshal
Parke, which are purely political,
Ja gratuitously intimates that the
j AI",inl w"s m,nt for llca(1 of thc
I l)olil'c' Tho C(litor '"'B'H 1vo
spared this reflection now, and been
content with having made it some
time ago. An equal amount of dis
action i3 displayed in a conjecture,
to the effect that if thc Legislature
had divided the olllcc and left thc
dvil part of it to Mr. Pat kc, there
I nlgt VO been BOVCd " the national
disgtaco of seeing u public servant
turned out of 'odlce after thirty
years of service, merely to gratify
the petty malice of Mr. Gibson."
In the name of common sense, if it
was such "petty malice" that was
the motive, how could n division of
the olllcc have prevented the " na
tional disgrace?" It would have
magnified the disgrace, for then the
veteran would have been dismissed
fiom a position, for which uvon the.
editor of the Guide the confessed i
approver of his lemoval in all but
the manner and motive thereof
acknowledges his fitness.
Kor the month of September,
Utulei t year....
From 1 to ."
From 5 to 10....
From 10 to 20...
From fit) to 10...
From 40 to 50. . .
From r0 to UO. . .
From UO to 70...
I Over 70
S S Iflniidcis....
Other nations 0.
t'Al'Hi: ok iikatii:
CtiiiMimptiou .... (t
Ulpc.ie of Heart 'i
" Interin'tcnt I!
I lemon huge.... 1
Old Age It
)1p:i(. of Drain 1
Sept 188 :I8
Sept 1870 53
Sept It80 II
Sept 1881 :W
Sept 1882 M
Sept 1880 !17
J. II. BllOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Kmm
Square Ibis evening ut 7 :')(). Tli$
following is thc programme :
Overluip Frolicsome Students... Sumic
Walt. Lain a .Mlllocker
Fantasia Tho Last Hose Kappey
Medley Tin IJIaek Bilgade, (by le-
Selection Troubadour Vcrdl
Waltz Pepk-a-Jloo Schmidt
Quadi llle Lllluokalani Merger
Aloliu Oe! Hawaii Pouol.
Sistku Mary Clare, of thc Anglican
Sisterhood, is still alive as wc go to
press. She appeared a trifle brighter
this morning, but still there is not
the slightest hope for recovery.
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
Continued depression in thc lumber
business of Canada is having a
depressing cfi'cct on other industries
An organization of Ohio Kepubll
cans sent a letter addressed to
Senator Lot M. Morrill, or Maine, to
ask him to go to that State and
vindicate thc character of Mr.
Blaine, which was being sorely as
sailed. The letter Avas opened by thc
Senator's widow, he having been
dead eighteen months at the time of
its receipt. She turned thc sheet
over and wrote on tho back of it an
indignant icply, saying she was
shocked at receiving such a letter,
as she thought every citizen of the
country knew her husband was at
rest. " I am in mourning for him,"
she wrote, " but as much as I mount
hii death, I thank my Father in
heaven that lie called him home be
fore the parti he loved ho well, and
did so much for, had so disgraced
itself as to nominate so wicked and
corrupt u man for the highest office
within the gift of thc American
people, as I know and in' husband
knew James O. Blaine to be."
Notice has been posted in Lewis
county, Tennessee, warning all Mor
mons to leavo thc country in thirty
daj's from Sept. 9th, or be served
like their murdered brethren.
"GUILTY OR NOT CUILTY."
"Sambo," said the Judge, '"you
are charged with stealing two chick
ens from your neighbor Mr. Bowen.
Are you guilty or not guilty?"
"Diss nigga nebba stole iiothin',
"Never in your life, Sambo?"
"No sab; not at thc present time,
"How about the chickens?"
"Dis niggab nebbah stole 'em,
"Will you explain fo tho Court
then, how you got them?"
"Yes, sab. Yo' see, sab, ilem
chickins wuz u sittin' on do fence
wid nuflln' much to do, nn' I fowed
enwn outen dc ynhd tin' tolc 'cm
nownhful paticulha, not to tech hit,
or I'd knock de thiebin heads often
'em. Den, sah, T sot down an'
1 matched dem chickins, an' doy don't
I pay no tenshun n tnll, but brcss yo'
I soul, jedge, dcy hop right inter dc
' yalid an' begin fob to cat my cawn
widout tixin' n wo'd. Den I done
jis what I tolc 'em I'so boun'-to do,
, an' I knockt 'cm bofe eend wnys
wid n pole."
"But, Sambo, you took them into
tho houso nnd bad them Vookcd for
t yotn' supper."
"In coso 1 did, boss! Yo' don't
'sposo I wuz gwino to let dem chick-
ing lay in dat ynhd an' spile an' (ill
de whole neighbnhhood wid a bad
immVHWWIBMgM IH IIHH Wl I I IIU II I III II II I
smell, did ycr? I'sc a chti'ch mem
bah, I Is, an' I knows dat do good
book says we inns' lub ouah neigh
bahs, an' treat 'cm squab, an' l'sc
gwinc to do hit, brcss dc Lnm' 1"
"Five dollars and costs," said the
judge, and Sambo went out with a
constable. Merchant Traveler.
A NEW PLAN.
Hob -"Why, hallo, Dick, what
arc you carrying an umbrella for?
It is tint going to rain."
Dick "I know it, but you sec I
am rather short of funds, nnd have
to keep on wearing my inter hat."
' Bob "Hut what has that to do
with currying an umbrella?"
Dick "The umbrella gives thc
people tho impression that I thought
it would rain nnd left my new straw
hat home on purpose." Philadel
An honest Hibernian, recommend
ing a cow, said she would give milk
year aftcrycar without having calves ;
"because," said he, "it runs in the
breed, for she came of a cow that
never had a calf."
HORSE & CARRIAGE
i jV'V axjcxioin.
On Frllny7otol3r"ii, jssi
At 12 noon, In front of our salesroom.
Wc will sell at Public Auction,
i One Beautiful Family Carriago I
I Nearly new, with Pole and Shaft
j complete, also a
SrLKNDII) HI.ACK 1IOHS12
Sound and gentle and of good opeed,
! and Two Sets of Hnrnct.
ESTWill be sold together or neparately.
t3'3 St LYONS & LEVEY, Auctr.
27on ulntli:mi:n only. Apply
J to MKS. TUItNEU. 82 KIuj? Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Besiannint.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply nt No. 8 Kukui
ttro8l. 770 tf
FOIt SAM? OK IjEJASH.
jjmA A IlHICIv COITAGK.iU Lc
jjaBlMi near the Soap Works, for
EssiHis&particulars npitly to
T. W.MtAWLINS, Soap Work-.
, TO I.KT.
A SMALL COTI'AGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. BAWLINS,
bill tf Soap Works.
j rpwo OH THREE FURNISHED
A. BOOMS, fpilct neigliboihood,
about 5 minutes walk from the Post.
' Olllcc, also stabling. Apply at this
Olllcc. 817 lm
House and Furniture to Let.
ON THE PLAINS, coiner of lkrela
n hi and Kiiauinuka Street, fronts
on three streets, known ns the Bradley
premises. House is 2 story, contains 1)
rooms, choice stables, both garden nnd
rhrubhery, furnished suitably. Rental
1 i?no per month. Apply or address to
.1. E. WISEMAN.
Geueiul Business Agent, Merchant St.
CATTLE & HORSES.
A BOUT MOO, hi:aI) OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and slcs, and including
I Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers and
Steers. Will sell in lots to suit Intend
ing purchasers, hut piufcis to sell all in I
one lot. Also si vcral good hoi'ccs. Ap.
, ply to MHS. COSTA.
1 b'22 tf Kallhl Valley.
iiyusi:xii xotick. !
rpjIE THIRD QUARTERLY DIVI-
DEND of Five Dollars per share
will be paid to thc Stockholders of the
I'.ila Plantation, at the olllce nf Mcssis.
Castle & Cooke. Honolulu, on Oct. 1st,
1 1881. E. M. WALSH. Treasurer.
KNOW ALL PERSONS THAT MR.
LU ONG has left my employ
ment on the Kith Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. la, 1831. 817 lm
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
X All accounts owing to tho under
signed for tho quarter eudlng June 80,
1881, If not paid by October 10th, will
lm placed in tho hands f n collector.
HENRY MAY & CO.
Sept. 25, 1831. 820 tf
OFFER FOR SALE,
Ex Lieceni A.ii1vii1n,
l'iltcncr Beer, in quarts and pints,
Superior Claiets, as Uniterm Latour,
Champagnes, of Chas. Farrc, Carte
Blanche, Le Hrun Frcres & Co.,
Best Schleilam Gin, In sione mid glass,
Brandies of all kinds,
Supci lor Port and Sherry,
Malaga Wine, Madeira,
Cur.ujao, Orange Bitters,
Cranio i!u I'rnliuos, Cieme do Cacao.
t Empty Demijohns, J, 1, 'A and 0 galls.,
Alo, Rest Portland Cement, ot Stch.
I man & Licfman,
1 IMtcnl Steel -l-pnlnt Barb Wbe, at jjicat.
' ly i educed prices,
l Sugar, Rico and l'addy Bags,
I Pianos of dill'eiont makers.
I For Bale by
Ed. HOFF30HLAKGER & Co..
123 FORT STREET.
The long looked for opening of this
tor will bo on Monday, Sept. 131b,
with n full slock of
ltOIiT. DONNOLI.Y. inannfiiciuier
of Boda Water, Ginger lieor, Itoot llecr i
and Hpruco Uecr, will otVer to the public,
on Monday, cooling drinks siq ei lor to
any in the Hawaiian Inlands, 'lhc
difnks mentioned above aie iniinufrte- i
tuied 'nt my Soda Work", back of Hose
Cottage. One trial of my Arctic Soda
will pronounce It tho best In tin' city.
My syrups are Imported from London,
eomprlsotbo cliohest of English fruits, '
naineiy uooieijcrrj, nunj, i mi,
lhsplorrv, Strawberry, Lemon, Hid
n. ..... ll.n. 1 rticntiit noil ltm. Antili
iui.iiik, iji.i t v.... ...... ...... ... ."r..-i i
carsapariua, uuiger, urmiK' "' ' - i
nlllo. Any of these fruits at
; ct pei DrltiS!s. ,
My motto l, to give a superior article
oven If it co?l more, and tbcicby eiwuie i
With my aiNOKIt IIEHH, HOOT
DEEIt nnd SPIUJOE BEEH, 1 have
linen nt n beiivv exnensc cxncrlmciitliiK I
on them, fo as to give the public drinks
that will bo both strengthening and
refreshing In this cllinat". I guarantee
Hunt strictly VEGETABLE, no MINE
RALS employed. I tiio some of the
llncsl medicinal hirbs that grow in the
Slates. The public wants a drink with
some nutriment in It, this you And In
my beers that strengthen thc body as
well as dilute- the blood for pin poses of
a more easy flow through the system.
They enn be taken by any one as they
are absolutely pure.' Tliey aie the most
enjoyable thirst quenchers ovtr Intro
duced. I will sell them at prices to suit
one and nil.
Superior Genger Beer, 10c. per bottlo.
Donnolly'8 Hoot Beer, " " "
Donnolly's Spruco Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Saturday, at the Fountain. My as
sortment is of the finest and purest des
cription and will be sold at thc lowest
possible price. Don't forget and call
early to insure u packet ol these raro
candies for the loved ones at home. I
lmc nWo an assortment of Bon lions,
Cloves and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a spcclnlily at tho
Fountain, all descriptions of home an 1
foreign Cigars, to suit the most fasti
dious. Best brands of Tobacco and
Cigaicltos. Hoping to get a shaie of
pulilic patronage by supplying a good
article, I remain,
8113m ROBERT DONNOLI.Y.
EUS to inform thc public that lie has
per Maiiposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladies', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
Has just received per Mariposa,
Old Virginia Sweet and
Something nice, prepared and put up by
a Lady in San Franclcn.
j Maplo Syiup, Apples,
Star Hams, Bacon,
I Potatoes, Onions,
and a General Assortment of
, Which will be sold as low us the lowust.
1 CHAS. EUSTACE,
Tclephono 110. Kina Street.
62 Hotel Street.
AS there is gicat, competition In tie
Restaurant business at the piescnt
time, wo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF HOARD TO
$4.50 per week
From this date.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1684.
A Largo and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
nowiv nanored snd nnlntcd.
Largo yard, stables, &c. Possession
given immediately. For further par.
J NO. S. McGREW,
8ir. Hotel str, bet. Fort nnd Alnkca
OIWIUK TO liKT.
ONE SIDE of J. E, Wiscihans beau
tlful ofllcu to rent, with lino olllco
furniture, chnndclicrs, consultation
room, uso of telephone, Ac. To a suit
able party reasonable teuns will bo
given. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, Campbell's
Block, Merchant st.
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
rpilE Busliicps Community and iiij
JL Patrons uinciallv lluou"lioiit ihe
hbiuds will please take notice that I
have relumed from my trip to ihe Coast
and with Improved facilities for, ron.
ducting my General Olllce IJut-lncss, I
most respectfully solicit in tho futuir
the patronage hcietofoio extended to
mo dining my huslnetfl en'gagiincnt In
the Kingdom "for the past live years.
In addition to my various depart
ments, I hac been appointed sole Agent
for the St. .lit & Hannibal and tho Bui
linglon n ml Qulncy Rail Roads, also,
soliciting Agent furlhu' Hun Francisco
Illuminating Card Adxerlltcmcut Com
pany. Orders for Goods, Wares and
ilcrcluindlsc of cury kind and raluie
Hcnl to tho Coast, and satisfaction
guarantied and on the most leatiouablr
In my Real Estate Department, I hae
always on hand choice piopeity to sell
and Houses, Rooms and Olllccs to lease
and let. I collect icntf, pay nod dis
charge taxc, iusurnnco nnd older ncces
sory rcpaiis when required. Laudloid
nnd Owners will llml that It will bo to
their advantage to place their Real E
tato Interests in my hands, ns I will
carefully attend to this branch of my
business to their entire satisfaction.
Custom House Entries ixceutcd at
Books and Accounts kept and adjust
ed, nnd Quarterly Bills distributed and
collected accurately and roinplly.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of New York, also Flic
Don't forget that I do business on
business principles. Give me a call.
J. 13. WISHIRX.A.iN,
The only lccognircd General Basinet
Agent in thc Kingdom.
Olllccs, 28 Meichant Street, Campbell'
Flro Proof Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box yir. Telephone 179.
rpiIOSE SPACIOUS STORES now
X occupied by Win. G Irwin & Co.,
will be leased for a term of year.-.
Possession given tho 1st Jan'y, 1881.
For terms, apply to
825 2w ' J NO. II. PATY.
IIONoi.til.il, Sept. 2U, 1881,
C. 0. BmtiiKii, Esq.,
Agent City of London and South llii
tish and National File Imutauco Co.
Dear Sir: 1 be-' to oiler mv Leal
thanks for th? prompt settlement of loss
1 sustained through tho disastrous the
which occurred in my store on the 23rd
Thc total amount of insurance 1 held
in tho different companies you repicsent
was $8,C0O, tho receipt of which hum 1
beg to acknowledge herewith.
I remain. Dear Sir,
820 lw P. ,. DIAS.
.J USX RECEIVMI)
A FINE I.0T Of
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For sale at low est market rates.
Also a complete stock of
Carriage & Wagon Matorial
constantly kept on hand, and
740 for sale. 3m
W. H. PAGE,
HOlMllI CffllAGE UrAGItU
NOS. 128 and 180, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Canlage 8hop, Blacksmith Shop.jPalnt
Shop, nnd Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C., &C.
Made to Order on most favorable teruu
ond all work guaranteeI.
Tin. UloncMt Attention elven to ro.
pair work or nil UlnUn.
Hating been in btislnoss on the Island
for a number of yeais employing nono
hut tho inost Skillful of Me'chan hfs, and
using only Al Material, 1 cail tlrlct,
guornnteo nil worn leaving my Manu
Givo mo a oall beforo purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and 100 FORT STREET.
oi-i'ositi: uodd's stahmcs.
W. H. Page,
Om& tJ&Jto &$&' ., im V .sAi8 V&Hfcn
, . iii&bnijfaj& i .tk i
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5 1 Ju j.'Ji-i j.JU.'S j bn !ii tu.