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'flic .Hi9tlce3 of the Supremo Court
have this day Appointed Husky P. Foon
to bp Second Deputy Clcik of Mild Court.
J WILLIAM FOSTER, Cleric.
Honolulu, Oct. 1M, 1S91. 631 lw
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IslmuR
Draw Exchange on the
Unnii oi' Cnlll'oriiln. S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Hoihschild<on, London.
Tho Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
-Tho Commercial Hank Co., or Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. 0. and Portland, Or.
Trausact a General Banking Busines.
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THE DAILY KUIXETIX
ran he had fioin
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co Mcichanl st.
T. G. Thrum Merchant st.
And from the Paper Carriers,
Iu gnUjj gaillrtin,
Phdgod to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat oitlbllshed for tho boncfit of all.
SATURDAY, OCT. !, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Sale of Jewelry, &c, at Lyons &
Levey's, at 7
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:30.
Casino at the Park, open all day.
Bethel Sunda' School, at 0 :!.).
Fort St. Church S. S. at 9 :15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Services, morning and
St. Andrews' Cathedral, service,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
The Saturday J'rcss, we arc glad
to 6ce, stands valiantly for organiza
tion and method in the cause of good
To make room for a large amount
of local matter and latest foreign
news, the editorial pencil is restrained
to-day. The ship of state may come
to anchor in the meantime.
Our puzzle department is gradu
ally developing. Its success, of
course, depends upon the interest
taken in it liy our young friends. It
affords exei cise calculated to sharpen
their wits, and is therefore useful as
well as entertaining. ,
A serious mistake is made, both
in respect to justice and policy, in
the disposition of some to attribute
the present state of affairs in this
Kingdom to the alleged controlling
influence of the native race. It is
time enough to do that when im
ported rascality is neutralized, and
the blighting and corrupting influ
ence of foreign viciousness wiped
There is nothing smprisingly new
in the American election news by
this mail. A letter to the Hon. W.
W. Phelps from Mr. Blaine, is pub
lished, in which tho Republican
leader give3 a history of his mar
riage, vindicating himself against the
scandals attempted to , be fastened
upon that event by his enemies. He
states that the stone over his eldest
child's grave "has been recently de
faced by brutal and sacrilegious
hands." At last accounts Mr. Blaine
was making a tour of Pennsylvania,
his course being marked by a con
tinuous popular ovation. The Re
publican majority for Governor of
Maine is 19,851, a gain of 20,020
European complications are thick
ening. A Franco-Russian allianco
in China is a menacing event indi
cated in tho latest intelligence. Tho
official journal of the Russian Gov
ernment says the recent meeting of
the three Emperors meant peace.
That is, probably, peace on their
own terms. German adherence to
tho tripartite allianco of Emperors
will scarcely, however, stand tho
shock of the allianco of Russia with
France in China. England is almost
cortnin to easily succeed in restoring
order in tbc Soudan, when she will
be so much the more able to stand
by her Egyptian financial policy,
that is proving so obnoxious to tho
other Powers. She will also have
something to say about the inter
ference of the over-ambttlous opera
tions of France with her commerce
THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
Last evening the annual meeting
of the Honolulu Library and Read
Room Association was held in the
reading room of the institution. So
small was the attendance a few
minutes after the announced hour,
that an adjournment was barely
prevented by the arrival of tho two
or three wanted to make up a
quorum, aud the President, Mr.
Dole, called the meeting to order.
After the Secretary, Mr. Parmc-
lce, read the minutes of last meeting
and of trustees, meeting, certain
recommendations of the trustees
were taken up and adopted, as fol
1. That the President, Secretary
and Treasurer be a committee to
select a proper ocrson as canvasser
to bolicit additions to the roll of
membership, and donations of books.
2. That the constitution of the
Association be printed in cheap
Mr. A. L. Smith, Treasurer, pre
sented his report, which was adopt
ed and ordered to be given
to the papers. It contains tho
following financial statement:
Balance, Oct. II, 1883 3 0 -10
Dues for year ending Oct. :i,'Sl 1,073 00
v.i:. Williams lor u ms. rem
For books lost
Sale of newspapers
Bcnellts Conceit Music Hall,
Nov. 3, 1SS3
Mr. Hoffnung's lecture, Nov.
10.1SS3 18 00
Bandniann, Jan. 17. 1884 300 00
Special donation from three
persons 12 00
Fair, Y.M.C.A. Hall, May, '81 3,0K0 30
From A. .1. Caitw right, from
fair fund, to assUt gcncial
funds Assoeiat'n 17." -10
.I.E. Wilder, for Ice 8 70 00
.Janitor's salary, 11 months 1 10 00
Librarian's salary, MC, moii.. 287 50
.Ta. Campbell, 1 year's rent.. . 10."i 00
T. G. Thrum's quartcily bills. 330 75
Year's supply of oil V I 83
New book-, bought of A. L.
Ham-reft & Co. and T. K.
Macdonald H8 50
Deposited with A. J. Cart
wright 3,230 70
Accounts sundry expenses 138 03
Balance In hand, Oct. 3,'81.8 30 S3
The election of olllcers for the
ensuing year then took place, result
ing as follows :
President, S. B. Hole ; Vice-President,
M. M. Scott; Secretary, II.
A. Pannelec; Treasurer, A. L.
Smith; Trustees, A. J. Carlwright,
Dr. Rodgcrs, A. Marques, Walter
Hill, Henry Waterhousc, II. R.
Ilollister, W. Johnson, Dr. Hyde,
A. S. Ilartwell.
The President appointed the fol
lowing standing committees :
Hall and Library M. M. Scott,
Drs. Rodgcrs and Hyde.
Auditing II. R. Ilollister, Henry
Waterhousc, W. R. Castle.
Entertainment II. A. Parmclce,
A. Marques, Waller Hill, Mrs. E.
P. Adams, Mrs. Dr. McGrcw.
The gratifying announcement was
made that Mrs. Johnson, of Kauai,
had made a large donation of books
to the library, nnd on motion that
lady was declared an honorary mem
ber for five years, with privileges of
Tho Rev. Dr. Damon informed
the meeting that he had decided to
present one hundred volumes to the
library, and he was also made an
honorary member for five years, with
Bills that had been presented were
referred to the Auditing Committee,
and tho meeting adjourned.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The reports from the Provinces
in Southern France on Sept. 2Gth,
announce three fresh cases and three
deaths by cholera that day.
From the outbreak of tho cholera
in Naples, Italy, until the 25th of
September, there- were 10,203 cases
and f),U8u deaths. A despatch from
Genoa of Sept. 2.r)th says: " Tlio
cholera is increasing to an alarming
extent in the city. Sixty-eight now
cases were reported to-day."
On the 25th of September, tho
diplomatic representatives of Ger
many, Austtia, Franco and Russia
called separately upon Nubar Pasha,
the Egyptian Prime Minister, and
presented an identical note to him.
In this tho Powers make a formal
protest against the action of the
Egyptian Government in diverting
the revenues set apart for the Sink
ing Fund to the general Egyptian
Treasury. The Russian Govern
ment has expressed lo England her
regret that England did not consult
the other Powers before deciding to
authorize such a step. The French
press is fuming terribly over the
English lone-hand policy in Egypt.
Osman Digun, one of the leading
rebel commanders in the Soudan,
was almost desctted by his followers
at last accounts. The siege of
Khartoum lias been raised. The
country in the ncighboihood is freed
from the rebels and the obtaining of
food supplies is comparatively easy.,
General Lord Wolsclcy was 'to have
started up the Nile on the 27th Sep
tember, without awaiting the f tit titer
arrival of troops. Inhabitants of
Mercawch and Berber tiro f lightened
at the approach of the English expe
dition and some arc leaving their
homes. Merchants from El Obcid
report that ttic Malidi lias twenty
Krupp cannon, and 10,000 of his
25,000 followers arc armed with
A Shanghai despatcli to the Lon
don Times, Sept. 22nd, sajs: A
new complication lias aiiscn in the
French-Chinese difficulty. The
blocking of the bar at the mouth of
the "Woo Sung river lias been ordered
by the Chinese authorities, although
a passage for the ships of neutrals is
to be left. This action is due to the
Chinese disbelief in the promises of
the French. A veritable panic pre
vails at Shanghai, and the merchants
of the neutral Powers have asked the
naval commanders of the Powers to
take some action. The British
Consul lias advised the Chinese
authorities to obtain skilled Eng
lish assistants to keep the traffic
open. Russian Consuls have offered
to protect French interests whenever
the French Consuls leave. The
Russian licet in Chinese waters com
prises one ironclad, three cruisers,
two privateers and six gunboats.
Three other ironclads arc expected
to arrive. This strength, in view of
the smallncss of Russian interests in
China, is considered significant. A
despatcli of the 23rd to the Times
states that a Franco-Russian alliance
means the disintegration of China
and its partition between tiiosc two
countries. Fiance taking three of
the southern provinces and Russia
having China as a recruiting ground
for her armies, the two countiies
being connected by railways. The
alliance also means Franco-Russian
preponderance in Europe, and is,
therefore, fraught with danger to
Germany. It also means the ex
tinction of the China trade and im
perils all English possessions in the
East. 1,500 French troops arc re
ported sick in Tonquin.
Tbc revolution in Peru shows
signs of collapsing under the suc
cessful efforts of the Government.
Mr. Gladstone, the English Pre
mier, in a spcecii at Carlisle, said :
"In the present crisis the Lords
ought to study the best means to
provide that the House of Lords
shall not full. Tlii3 cod can best
be secured by their acting with
moderation and prudence."
The corporation of Limerick,
Ireland, lias rejected, 18 to 2, a
proposition to provide for the pay
ment of the special police tax as
reduced by the Lord Lieutenant of
The British authorities arc taking
extreme- precautions at Dover to
prevent the landing of dynamiters
endeavoring to reach London from
An anti-Chincso agitation is
gathering form aud force in Canada.
A SMALL COT I AGE AT LELEO
Apply to T. W.EAWLINS,
831 tf Soap Woiks.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
fuinisht.il. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
House and Furniture to Lot.
ON THE PLAINS, corner of Ucrcta
ula and Kuaiuniika streets, fronts
on three streets, known as thu Bradley
premises, llouso Is 2 story, contains 0
rooms, cholco stiblcs, bolh garden u ml
thrubbcry, furnished sulinbly. lteutal
$00 per month. Apply or nddres to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, Met chant St.
jiuiuiun" iiu 'Bju.i'iULiiwiiiamaLjijiiiAirtaw
WORD PUZZLE NO. 4.
Editou BcxLivriK : A plague
on the careless typos, say I. I was
one myself once, and I know them
to be a contemptible set of heartless
wretches, who delight in ruining the
aspirations of their literary betters.
One of this horrid class lopped off
the tail from the answer to my Puz
zle No. 2, and make it Pearl instead
of Pearly. A third blunder typo
graphical of tliis enormous magni
tude, and the author of it dies with
his room-mate's boots on 1
I am dreaded by actors who make me,
Though I often give pleasure to them,
I am fondled by dudes, fops and dandles,
And tho lnhdy-da craMe tic la crcmc,
I am used by the healthy aud feeble,
And am often applied to the head
But do not apply mo too strongly,
Or some one may weep for the dead.
Few society belles can admire me,
I am not what the girls like to wed,
If a blight girl was forced to a choosing,
She would marry a wild rake Instead.
I am known to the bar-men and printers,
By the former I'm sold in n glass,
And I sometimes am uod by the gard
ener To coax little boys off the grass.
Behead me. nnd I am a warning
That Is heard every hour of the day
The voice of Old Father Time telling
That life is fast ebbing away.
I oft am a boon to the needy,
I'm a pest to the vendor of wares,
I'm a friend to collectors and lawyers,
And my outside tho maid often airs.
I'm a troublesome, tormenting creature,
To biped? aud tpiadiupcds too,
I'm a backbiting sucker and crawler,
And our Premier can prove my words
"Sibyl," I smile to giggle if I can
tumble to your little numerical
racket of last Saturday. You say
you are composed of 1G letters, and
then demand an answer containing
20 letters, most of them being du
plicated. But I may be too stupid
to understand how such matters arc
managed, and had better hoomana
xcanui. A RIDDLE IN RHYME.
Editou Buixktis: The following
clipping 'from an Eastern journal
was sent to me by some friends yes
terday, for the purpose of testing
my abilities as an analyst of such
mixtures. I do not consider it a
very fairly worded riddle, yet I
solved it quite readily at least, I
think I did. Will some of your
readers trj' it? My solution will bo
forwarded to you with my next
On one occasion, while at a dinner
party, Dr. O. W. Holmes composed the
'My initials show my date to bs
The morning of the Christian year;
Though fatherless, as all agree,
I am a father, It Is clear:
A mother too, beyond dispute;
And when my son conies,
lie's a fruit.
Now. not to puzzle you too much.
'Thus I gave Holland to the Dutch."
John B. Bash.
I am composed of 15 letters. My
7, 11, -I, 1, 3, is a culinary plant.
My 5, 13, 1, 8, 11, is unlike a
bird, as one -of it in the bush is
better than two in the hand.
My 12, C, 11, 2, 12, 13, is where
pure hearts should be better esteem
ed than heavy pockets.
MyO , 7, 2, 11, is common in the
animal kingdom, and much used in
similitude aud symbolism.
My 15, 5, 7, 2, 10 is an architec
My whole is an Australian mam
To Mr. Rash's puzzle of last
week: "Sinker, inker, ink, sink,
sin, in," by compositors of Ka La
o Hawaii and Gazette reporter.
To Sibyl's numerical enigma:
"Tho Daily Bulletin," by Joseph
Tho Mean Man. One who is
neither short nor tall.
NICE TWO-ROUMED DWELL
ING House to let, ch'.'an.
Apply nt mi tiucen sine:.
ONK HUNDRED ACHES OF LAND
Apply to M. 1). MONSAHHAT.
J 7 OK GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
J to MBS. TUHNER. 82 King Struct,
nearly opposito the Windsor Restaurant,
til'O ly I)
rrYO OK THREE FURNISHER
JL BOOMS, quiet neighborhood,
about G minutes walk from the Post
Olllce, also stabling. Apply at this
fi'OK SALE OK LEASE.
A BRICK COITAGE.at Lo-
ift5?Sslo,), near iho Snap orks, for
tevir3afipaniculn-s apnly to
T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Work?.
u-ugWJiMm.j.!uilJUiJUiJHii i "7 "" iMi)i.antwuiiuy,4t.Vgq-
123 FORT STREET.
Tho long looked for opening of this
stoic will be on Monday, Sept. lCih,
with n full itock of
BOBT. DON NOLLY, mnnufnc'.urer
of Soda Water, G.ngcr lieer, Boot Beer
and Spruco L'eir, will oiler lo the public
on Monday, cooling drinks sii crlor to
any in the Hawaiian Islands. 'I he
thinks mentioned above aro manufac
tured at mv S.)da Works, back of Bo c
Cottage. O. e trial of my Arctic Soda
will pronounce it the best in the cily.
Mv sM-utM mi! imnnr ed from London.
comprint the choitest of Englbli fiuiH
i mnely Goojcbeny, Ch rry, Bear,
Bifplerrv, Stiawbeiry, Lenimi, Bed
Cuir.mt. Bhiols Currniu and fine Apple,
cnrs.iparllia, Ginger,. Orange and Va
nilla. Any of tlitM! frnlti at
My motto Is, lo give a superior article
even If it co9t more, aud thereby uisuio
With mv GINGER I3EEB, BOOT
BEEB anil SPRUCE BEiR, I have
been at a heavy expense experbnenilng
on them, o as to give tho public drink
thnt will be both fctrengthenlng and
refreshing in this climat?. I guarantee
them strictly VEGETABLE, no MINE
RALS employed. I use eoiiio of tho
Uncst medicinal herbs that grow in the
Slates. The public wants a drink with
some nutilment in it, this you 11 ml in
my beers that strengthen Hiu body as
well as dilute tho blood lor purposes of
a more easy now yuougli ttiu system
Tliey can betaken by ny one as they
aro absolutely pure. " T..cy are the most
enjoyable tliirst quencher.- ovi r Intro,
duccd. I will sell them at prices to suit
one nnd all.
Superior Genger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly's Root Beor,
Connolly's Spruce Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Saturday, at the Fountalu. My as
soitmcnt Is of the finest and purest des
cription and will be sold nt the lotsi
possible price. Don't forget and call
early to insure a packet of these rare
candles for thu loved ones at home. I
have nl-.o an assortment of Bon Rons,
Cloves and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a speciality at the
Fountain, all descriptions of home an!
foreign Cigars, to suit thu most fasti
dious. Best brands of Tobacco nntl
Cigarettes. Hoping to get a share of
public patronage by supplying n good
article, I remain,
811 Urn ROBERT DONNOLLY.
EOS to inform tho public that ho hns
per Mariposa, an cltgnnt assortment of
Gents', Ladies', ami Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
62 Hotel Street.
ASthtue is great competition in tic
Restaurant business nt the present
time, wo shall REDUCE THE PRICE
OF HOARD TU
S4.50 per week
From tLU date.
Honolulu, Sej t. 8, 188-1. 811 lm
A Larcc aud Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
newly nanored sud painted
Laruo yard, stables, &c. Possession
glcn Immediately. For further par
ticulnrs enquire of
JNO. S. McGBEW,
81fJ Hotel sir, bet. Fori and Alnkea
OFFICE TO IiFI
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's beau
llful olllce to rent, with line office
furnltuic, chandeliers, consultation
room, use of telephone, &c. To a suit
nble party reasonable terms will be
given. Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Campbell's
815 tf Block, Merchnnt St.
rpiIE THIRD QUARTERLY D1VI
JL DEND'of Flvo Dollars per sharu
will bo paid to the Stockholders of tho
lMu Plantation, at tho olllco of Alessrs.
Castle .& Conkc. Honolulu, on Oct. 1st,
1881. 13. M. WALSH, Treasurer.
KNOW ALL PERSONS THAT MR.
l.U ONG hns left my employ
ment on thu 13th Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 18N. 817 lm
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
X All accounts owing to the under.
Blgnod for thu quarter ending Juno 80,
1881, If not paid by October l'Uh, will
be placed in the bunds f a collector.
HENRY MAY & CO.
Sopt. 25, 1884. 820 tf
Boots Shoes m,
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again.
rpilE Bulness Community and my
X Pations ptncialh ihioi ghout il.o
I lands will ile lake i otlee iliut I
have returned trnm my tilt) to ihc tuiht
and lth Inipiovid lacllllits for ton
dinting mv Oi nt nil OH if Ui.tltiei1. 1
most respectfully solicit In the dilute
the patronage l.creiofoic exentbd lo
mo dining mybut-lnt'ts ciignjriii cut in
the Klnudom for Iho past flveyuir.
In addition to my vniious depart,
incuts, I have been appoint! d solo Agent
for the St. .lo &. Hniiiilbal oud tilt: lJ Is
lington and Qulnry Ball RnniN, nbo,
soliciting Agent for ilie Kan Franebto
Illuminating Card Adveilbcmcnt Com
pany. Orders for Gottl-i, Wales nnd
Merchandise of evtry kind 'and i tuuro
Bfiit to tho Coast, and mtisfi cltu
guarantied and on the most icabutinblc
In my Real Estate R-cpnitnitiut, 1 have
alwavs on hand thohc piopetty to sell
nntl iioiitcs, itotm. mid unices lo icnfc
and let. I collect lent', pay nntl db
chargo taxes, biSurniKo nnd o.dir nctes
sary icpalts when riquircd. Lai dloids
and Owners will 11ml that It will 1 v to
their advantage to place their Real Es
tate Intel ests in my hands, as I wlil
carefully attend to this branch of my
business to their enihu nLli cllon.
Custom Housu Entilts ixeculcd at
Books nnd Account" ktptaml adjust
ed, nnd Quartcily Hills dlsiill.uiid ai.d
collected accurately and ltnnpilv.
Soliciting Agent for ihoMuiual Life
Insurance Co. of New "ork, abo Fl.c
Don't forget thnt I tlo hmlncis on
business principles. Give in a tall.
.7. 12. WIS3EMA
The only recognbed (iniiral Biiiluos
Agent in the Kingdom.
Offlcts, 28 Merchant Street, Campbell'
Firnl'iooi Uiock. Honolulu.
P. O. Box 1115.
'piIOSE SPACIOUS STORES now
JL occupied b. Win. G liwin & Co.,
will be loused for a lerm of yemv.
Posc!,Ion given thu lst.lan'v, 1831.
j-ui luiius, ujipiy in
JNO. H. PA'IY.
IUxolclu, bept. 23, 1P8I,
C. O. Bunoni, ise.,
Agent City of Loi don and Stuth Bri
tish and National I'lic Imuuuuc Co
Dear Sir: 1 beg to ollir my lct
thanks for th" prompt selil incut of loss
I Kiis-tnined ihrouch the dls stimisflrc
which occuired in my store on the 2t.rd
Tlio total amount of Insurance I hold
In tho different companies yen npicjent
was $8,GC0, the receipt of which sum I
beg to acknowledge herewith.
l remain. Dear fcir,
P. A. 1)1.' S.
820 1 w
A FINE LOT OF
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For sale at lowtst market intcs.
Also a complete stock of
Carriaeo & "Wagon Material
constantly kept on hand, and
7-10 for sale. 3m
W. H. PAGET
KOKOLULU MBFJME ittliUfAKV
NOS. 128 and 1C0 FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stable?)
HONOLULU, II. I.
Tho Manufactory contains a completo
Carriage Shop, 111 icksmith Shop, Paint
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, SiO.
Made to Order on most favorable terms
nnd all work guaranteed.
Tho CloHCHt Attention given to re-
liiilr work of nil IilnilH.
Having been In business on the I land
for a number of years emplojlng nono
but tho most Skillful of Mechanics, and
using only Al Material, I can strictly
gunrnntco all woric leaving my Manu
factory. Givo mo a call before purchasing
Don't forget tho.placo.
128 and 180 FORT STREET.
OPPOSITE DODD's STAI1LK3.
W. H. Paere.
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