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Honolulu. II in iii.iii Inland
li i '. l. li itiBi on tin:
iitiuiic r . 'ntii'iMMiiit, t. i?
Ami i licit agent In
NEW YORK. BOSTON. MONO KONG.
.Mown. N. M.lloUiBohiht&Son, London.
The Oonimcrrhl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydnev,
The Hani: of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chri-tehurch, mill Wellington.
The Rink or UilllMi L'nlninM'i, . Vi
loiiti, H. U. mill l'oillmid, "r.
M'ruutniul ii Helical Bunking IttHiu .
Plcdgod to neither Sect nor Putty.
Bnt ctibllthod far tho bcaeSt of all.
UTF.SDAY, JUNK !), 183.i.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yosemile Skating UiiiK 7.
Central Park .Skating Kink. 7:.'Hl.
B.cel-ior Lodge. l.(.(l.K..'.7:;i(l.
Honolulu Uilk',. 7:Wi.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
. ANOTHER FIBRE MACHINE.
In the New Orleans Times J)an
rral of 3 ay ihJml, for a copy of
which wc arc indebted to the lion.
,1. Moll Smith, Hawaiian (.'ouiniis
Moncr at the Exposition, appeals
an account of a new Fibre machine.
It is patented by Franz Lull, and
was- liuilL in the above city by the
Johnson Iron "Works. According
to the account, "The special feature
of this machine is that it equally
well decorticates any and every
plant in the green and dry 'talc. It
not only separates the crude baik.
but turns out the pure Fibre from
such as contain the greater lcsinoits
matter, as the henncquen, pita, jute,
ramie, maguey, banana stalks, etc."
From the description the machine
seem to be of simple construction
and easily operated. Corrugated
rollers break the woody mailer, and
a toothed dium separates it from
Whether the Luft machine is a
better one than the Coleman of our
own city remains to be seen. It is,
however, not too much to expect
that, once inventive genius has ap
plied itself to the task, the indus
trial world will not have to wait long
for the perfected desideratum.
There is a large variety of libious
plants that would flourish in Hawai
ian oil, and boa soiiicp of wealth
once the manufacture can be accom
plished with due economy. 'Flic
sum of ten thousand dollars is pay
able by the Minister of llic Interior
of this Kingdom, to any inventor or
his assigns who 'shall produce-and
patent in these Islands, a machine
or other method for cleaning the
ramie or any other similar Fibre
cheaply, thoioiighly, and suitable
for the maikets of the world." Al-o,
the said Minister is "authorised to
pay any person, persons or com
pany, who shall Fust manufacture
and sUll fifty tons of maiketable
ramie liliro, or other similar fibre,
an amount equal to that which shall
be received from the sale of said
Fibre." "With such libcial encour
agement irom our Legislature, and
the subject receiring earnest atten
tion in other paita of the woild,
there is good leason to hope that
the manufacture of fibre on thc-e
Islands will slioitly become as leai
blc as the cultivation of the plants
yielding the mateiial.
"A CREAT NEWSPAPER."
The Advertiser calls its issue
to-day, with a two-page extra shock
ingly printed from -econd-lmnd
stereotype plate-, the gientest new
paper ever issued in this Kingdom.
Wo aie willing to leave it to the
public if the Hi i.i.r.nx of M.iv Iblli,
with its tidily columns of reading
matter, twenty-three of them ori
ginal, was not twice as gieat a local
newspaper a-anything that ha-yet
been pioduced ' in the Advertiser
ollice. Ours wa- a complete news
paper, all set-up and punted in our
own ojlice, and not enlarged by the
insertion of unsightly lly sheet-, the
work mainly of San Francisco punt
ers. It was presented to the pub
lic as an acknowledgment of the
practical appreciation shown for the
lending position our regular issue
has achieved, and not, as the cheap
John enterpiise of the Advertiser,
made the basis of a pathetic appeal
or the s-upport of people who Jljul
Unjnmlvm taller inhtMl with nc-
jmpr nnd ntlvcvtistitfc medium rl
wliwe. Xolwly. lifrt tanefll- l.v
the pliirgos of ontarpriso our con
temporary How nltoul, whereas nil
tin- inonoy pspcniU'tl in making llic
Un.i.Ktis Keep Ihf leinl with llio
now-, excepting for raw mnteiial,
yon into circulation here nml ailil"
no xiiinll ili'in to local trade.
The San Franci-co Merchant pub
lilic". in :i iloulilc-colmnn pamphlet
of 1M page-, the Report of the
t'liinl Annual Stati Vitietiltiiiul
Convention. The piocecdings ol
(lie Convention comprised examina
tion of n great many varieties of
wine, ami discussions of the cultu
ral, eominereial ami moral aspects
of the vineyard induliy of Califor
nia. Full report1- arc given in this
hook, which is handsomely printed.
Its editing icllcels credit upon Mr.
llucUlaud's industry, Iteing no slight
tscU to undertake in addition to get
ting up the jrti'rhtrnt.
Kin-nut Hn.i.r.Tix : Your valu
able publication has given the pub
lic the benefit of two well-digested
articles on the impoi taut and "burn
ing" question of immigration, labor
and settlement, to which I have de
voted for months a good deal of
study, and on which three exhaus
tive letters of mine have been pub-li-hcd-by
the Gazette. I hope you
will continue to devote some atten
tion to this vital problem, but I wish
you to allow me to state here all my
"indebtedness to the J'. C. Adver
tiser for kindly corroborating, and
authenticating with all its olllcial
authority, in Us Saturday's editorial,
the statements published by myself
in connection with the impossibility
of the Government cairying out at
once the provisions of the 1 Ionic
.stead Law. 1 said the Government
could not probably dispose of any
public lands for sclllenieut before
years; "a gieat deal, however, will
remain to be done.'" says the
Advertiser, "before this territory
(Government lands) can be thrown
open" to settlement. Consequently
the intending settlers must make up
their minds (o be contented and
"wait until the Government is in
a position of throwing open lands,"
as it "cannot perforin impossibili
ties" unless as I saidthe planters,
seeing the danger of the situation,
icalize that it is their interest to elo
what the administration cannot do,
and offer private inducements to
The general weakness and awk
wardness of the Advertiser's argu
mentation on "Immigration and
settlement" brings indeed to my
mind, for the second time, that its
patrons must realize it would be
better for them to have a wise enemy
rather than such an imprudent friend
or defender. But where this paper
is either deeply ignorant or tries to
deceive itself, as well as the public,
is when ;it says: "touching the
roitugue-c,'of whom our contempo
raries arc so very solicitous, we do
not apprehend any general exodus
of them from this Kingdom; they
know where they arc well off and
will doubtless be content to wait"
until this government can help them.
As I have given the public sonic
very precise and indisputable in
formation about the intentions of the
majority of our Portuguese contract
laborer-, to leave tn masse as soon
as able to do so, unless kept here
by proper measures of the planters
or of the Government. I wish
the Hii.u.tis- to lend mc the
facilities of its t-olumns for abso
lutely confirming my previous
statements. I am sorry for destroy
ing the Advertisers placid security,
but "apprehend" it must be sacri
ficed, whether it likes or not. Of
course the Portuguese "know when
theyarc well off," all fools do that.
But where I'm tuguese arc no fools,
is when they do not feci well off or
satisfied with contract labor and with
seeing no future open before them.
And when they realize that no avail
able lands exist within their reach,
they do not feel " content to wait"
until this Government is "in a posi
tion" of offering them facilities for
settling, but begin to feel their way
towards leaving this country. I
have stated that when the next
batch of contracts expires, in a few
I months, they will, if not properly
induced to stay here, either accept
the proposition made to them from
New Zealand or Tahiti, or follow the
indications of the agents they have
scut to Mexico, or call upon their
own government for a war transpott
to carry them over to the present
ICldorado of Portuguese emigra
tion, I.oanda in Africa ;' they would
also gladly go to Chile or Vein, if
only the pas-ngo was paid for them.
The possibility of their taking either
of these courses is based on facts
and knowledge which the Advertiser,
any more than its official patrons,
can neither destroy nor deny.
Therefore, at the l isle of repeat
ing mycclf, wc must accept the situ
ation as it is: 1st The marrow of
our ivbito population, laborers and
incOlfnnliB, who through cither their
fnutlltoR or tlieii numerous wants
and linbitR nre Ibe met chants' host
customers, mc departing, through
the depiep-ion and iuscciuity unus
ed by I he innumerable blunders of
our (ovuriimeut in all public affairs,
but especially In the foolish coinage
question, and in the mismanage
ment of the vital gold question ; and
it cannot bo denied that It is the dis
credit the present administration
hat fallen into that prevents It from
undertaking the most indispensable
public woiks, which could procure
occupation and a fair living to the
wot king classes, and The piinci
pal and bp-l agricultural laborers.
I the roitugucsc. who "know when
they aie not well ou aie ptepaitng
to dcpati because planters and Gov
ernment cannot or will not offer
them land inducements. !lrd The
Japanese are so discontented a fact
which no olllcial organ has even
tried to deny, that they will discour
age all fuitlier immigration from
their own country. 1th The Chi1
nose alone are allowed to continue
their inlliiN : aKo must we all pre
pare to sec, erelong, on the Hawai
ian thionc, a native of Canton or
Hongkong, unless our islands arc
otherwise "annexed." Then where
will be the "good and effective
work done" by the present cabinet,
and its Advertiser? A. Mahquk-.
(J. A. II.
Thin will he n citiliimuul
ing of (Jen. V. DcLong
Wt. Ko. 15. t? A. It., this
c-veuhi!;, at the Post ltuum,
King .S i cut, ill 7.D0 o'clock.
Visiting Cuiutiidi's invited to
attend. 15v Order,
JAS. b jS'OMJ:. Adjutant.
Per F. 1 Claukc, Sfit. Mnj.
TO VllllIVi: 1T.11
rou sai.i: jiv
HOUSE TO LET
Kl) Furniture for Kale, at No. 51
HiTi'liinia Slreet. 12 tf
ltUOSIS TO I.KT,
"VTICKLY furnished rooms at Xo. !)3
1A Hotel Stiett. Smirlc or ensuitc.
Convenient location. Eii(iiire of
AVKRY & i:LMTM, fiO Fort St.
A ULAC'IC Cnnc. ivorv handle.
Xi. tip, with inoiiOL'riun K. X. The
Under will he rewarded for delivcilnj: it
at the Attoini'v-Gcneral's office. -32 if
A'lHIIU) Dividend of 0 percent, will
be paid lo Shareholder- of Koloi
Sugar Uo. at the office of H. Hackfeld
&C0. II. iV. SCHMIDT,
Ti easurcr K. S. Co.
Honolulu, June 8, 18S5. 42 3t
AHESPECTAIILE young gcntlcni.ui
would like a position of any kind,
on this, or any of the immediate Islands.
GooJ Bookkeeper, ele. Address "Auxi.
ous," Hiilletin Office. 42JJI
Just Received !
Ex City of Sydney,
In Good Order,
For sale by
Henry May 6c Co.
Frozen Oysters !
AND AT tiii:
O A. S I TV O
During the Races.
Central Pari Skating Ril
Comer Bcrclanla & Punchhowl Streets.
Largest in the City.
Cool anil well ventilated, only
f uiiii blii n jr
to lis patrons.
Open only in tliu uvonlnga till impiovc
"incuts ate comnkfed,
Polite Attention Guaranteed.
lOlOJtin D. P. SMITH, Proruietor,
JJ y if
LEWIS & UO.
Ilftvr just received
California Fresli Fruits !
l'cachcs, Pears. Apricots,
Cherries & Ucd Currants.
California M Fisli !
Carp, Flounder-. Solos. Smelts,
Fresh Codfish. Crab. Alo
Easleri Oysters in Tin !
And in Shells and Cauliflower.
Alo. from Australia.
New Zealand Potatoes.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
LNTKXDIXG nliiliitor- ate reminded
that cuttles of Hoisca for the Fair
or lull) mat, must he dt livcred o"- mailed
to the unik'i'ii,iu'il before 5 p.m. on
Entries of other classes of Ehil,lis
will be received if del! vend or nviiled
in Honolulu on Thursday evininp.
Kntry ulnnk- ran he" obtained from
lite uni'lcrsigned or from 31r. A. .Tucker,
who will nlso leeeive the entni's
Attention is lerme-tcd to
inc extinct from rlie 1'rncr.
Attention is lermc-tcd lo the follow
g extinct from rlie Programme of the
"The huge building and such pails of
the gi omuls a- arc not lcquircd for the
Horse Show will be open to the public
to exhibit any animal not hoi.-cs
manufiitlures," implements, etc, that
may he placed there. A committee of
the Society will inspect and repoit upon
tlicm if tl'iey -hull be deemed sufficient
ly w oi Hi v." J. S. VEI1B, See'y.
OX account of departure, I oiler for
-ale a ban Nome side bar buggy
with 8 baw leather top, ha only been
in u-e a few month;. Al-o, an open ide
bar 4 scat Hotting wagon, the he-tin
the Kingdom, neatly new. The above
will be sold nt a baigain if applied for
heroic June loth. II. J. AGNE"V.
COTTAGE TO LET.
bwaA nice 1 room collage, within
"ySSea-y reach of Honolulu, -itu-SSSsSSiile
at Knpaluma. Terms C0
pei month. Applv to
MltS. MAMA KEN'G,
on the ground-, or to A. .1. Carlwright,
at his office. 40 tf
MfcKcar Kawninhno Church, a 2
gSa-loty S'uno House, containing
fcgg&afcs room. Matting all through
tlio hou'e. Enquire nt U. GEH'IZ,
30 lw Shoe Store, Fort Stieet.
.Picmise- Xo. 185 Foit Strict.
jl.arge yard, dwelling houses.
Scontaininir C ioom, and out
houses. Apply to A.O.SMITH,
:i0 Ivy with A. S. Hailvvell.
For Kent or Stile.
kThe lnemises on Nuuanu Sttet.
rMlT I " "MUvll.illlli U)lll'
nnnlinc t t in Mnncnliinn -ii
led and lately
Samuel N'otl. Apply to
L. A. THUItsTOX,
:J3 Merchant St.
Honolulu, June 4th, 1835. 33 tf
JOHMANand wife, with ncconuno
dation to cook for themselves, or
board with Hie tainllv. Applv at IS"
Niuinuu Street. " "070 tf.
LEGAL proceeding- will be taken
against all accounts due the estate
of A. Y. Richardson it Co. not paid be.
lore auiv isi.
W. C. I'AHKE.
GEO. W. SMIT1
w a -vrrTCr it
ON or before Decemler 1M, a hou-o
conlalning 5 or (5 roi.ins and ha'h
room (without tub;, wiil.ia tlie distiict
bounded by Niiunuu, School, Punchbowl
nnil King Streets. Address, staling
terms, etc., P. O. IJox ai'J. J0 lw
.No. H.-i JIot:l HtrtM-t.
Thep2 new Pmlois, containing hl.Mecn
Piuvate Roomh, have been elegantly
decorated ami furnished, and will be
kejit as a llrM-elus- resort. The
Celebrated Elite loo Cream
Will bcuni) from pine cieam with
imie ileflcloiib llavorings. Vanilla, Le
mon, Orange,, Pine Apple, Stiawbciry,
Peieh, Almond, Co flee Glace, Chocolate.
Sherbets and Bees,
In largo variety. Served with Cauo
inndu on tho PieuiUei., Ice Crcnni
Drinks inndu to order in nnv stvic.
Soda Yt'nter, Ginger Ale and Tahiti 'i.e.
liiomidc. Roberl's choiuest caudles re.
crdved fresh by every steamer, Fiinii.
lies, Parlies, Halls and Weddings sup
plied nt shoit iiotiue. Indies car. have
their hoiiiooiimle Creams fion mid
Cako halved to oulei at ifiieonublc
jirlces. A lnruo iistoitmcnt of Shelli",
Corals, Volciiule Hpcciiiiiina, Tapas and
general Island Cuilos alwnyo on hand
lit icnsoiiablo prices.
J I. J. IIAHT,
l'ropiielor of tjie Elite leu Cream Par.
loiis. Ring up Tclcplioiic No. Ifc2.
Hi'iti'iAi, A'tr) nirHT.NT
Trade Ctredit Sale !
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10
Me--r . lAiii ' Lt-ej Aticltoncf r-,
havt rn'rhiil In inntion from
Messrs. G. VV. Macfnrlniio A Co.
"I'o "ell lit tlii'il hilli-ioMiii, the lol.
lowing lot of Xew Cninlgiitrcnt",
.00 diW men'- neoited (.'illco ClieViot
ami rianncl Shlrl-;
101 do? men's ntfoileil Sill., Juriiiu and
Cnntou riannel Undeiwcar;
fill dor mrn's n"Oileil Fancy Colored
l"d do men's lit own and 1 aucy C olori d
,"iS do?, nieii'n Hlue Dungareo .luinpi'iM
lSode. linlie.' and misis' l'lnln ami
Fancy Colored Ho-e;
CSOdo Inillt-' Plain 'Wliite and Fnnev
AS do7. liul lei' ns'oiled Coloud Knit
P.9 doz children's. Sun llonnel-;
5 c- assoited Fnnev Culoied ('iiloiis;
7c " " " " Sateens;
73 p as'orted Colored Flannel-;
flip- " ' FliieCfl'slineie;
ffi.i " " " Diagonally
iMlmk") a-sottedWhlte, lted and Giay
50 pjas-mled Width Coeoi Mulling;
4" phg- " Crotd.eiy;
11 pkes " Glassware;
5 pkg " Stationery, ele, etc;
4 pkgs .lapaned Toilet Sd' ;
Jlpkps Violins and Musieal Iii-tiiiments
and other Goods too nun, emu? to men.
ISy-Tlil- cale will ei'tupilM' some ol
the most dcsliable liae-s lvu nl'erul, be
ing ovprely inamif.iriuiid fer I' e Isl
and Trade, 'to wliirh we rail sjnelal
attention of cinreUeepcis atid o;lier.
Good leady for i ainimitl n on Mondiiy
anil Tuesday pievlnu- to day oT cale.
For finlher iaitieulaii- applv to
LYONS & LEVEY, Auet'rs.
Or to G. 'iV. Macfailane .: Co. II .11
Special Credit Sale
At 12 Hi lui U noon,
On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,
lly order of
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
AVe w ill sell
250 Bbls. Portland Cement,
A Line of Gioccrie- and an Assort
ines and Liquors.
41 3t LYONS & LEVEY. Auel'iv.
NOTICE of SALE
Goods & Merchandise
taken ujion a Distiefs tor Ileal.
Uy dlicetinn of T. A1CI of Ewa, Oaliu, 1
am directed toell at Public Auction, nt
the premises No. 0(5 Nuuanu Street, on
MONDAY, JUNE 22nd,
at 1 o'clock noon, the following Goods
3 Itouud Tables, 5 Meat Safes,
4 Washstands, 1 Show Case,
2 Square Table, 2 Show Cases,
1 RW Round Table, 5 Pillows,
2 Wash Stands, 2 Pillows,
1 Writing Desk, 2 Counters,
1 Chest of Drawers, 1 Table,
J Book Stand. 2 Table Legs,
1 Trunk, 1 Machine,
1 Table, y Carpet Chairs,
:i liedste-ads, 1 Cirpet Table.
1 Lang Table, y. Tin Elk Oil,
3 Mattresses, 1,000 Feet Mouldine-,
1 Ike Hive, 2 pair Show Case Doois,
r 1 Machine Chest, 2 pes 1 iu lumber
1 Machine, 2 pes y, in fumber,
1 S pes Tabic Legs, 1 cs Bed Slats
1 Clock, 1 St iron. Bed,
iy. Tins Vainish, ., Keg Nail-,
y. bbl Red Paint "Powder,
:i Garden Posts, 1 Tin Oil Palm,
ilipcs Bed Uoauls,
3 Window Screw?,
24 pes lied l'o-ts,
20 pes Bed Lumber, 1 Iron Scicw,
14 pes 2l Lumber, 2KbxsinMGIah
8 Chesis, ) Lamps,
1 Since Pan, 1 Blanket Slnnd,
S Irom foi Bids.
Being tho sumo di-unlne-d irom the
premises of Hoimiu, on Nuuanu Street,
Honolulu, on the 20th day of Mav, 1883,
for non-payment of rem," bv llic said T.
K. I A1A3IN. Aiut'r.
Paled Honolulu, Juno fl, 1 68-1. 41 2w
TO STAND THIS SEASON.
The I'elchiaud Norman Stallion.
T7"ILL stand for a hhort Seiifon at
TT Capt. Cltiuey's place, cor. Queen
ami Punchbowl Stieei. lie Is a hand,
some dipplc giay, 10 hands high, weight
1,400 pounds, and is a No. 1 nniinal of
his hind. Tem.s, $2.1 for the Kenton.
8Jji C. B. MILES.
MIE STORE lutely occupied bv
Samuel Noll, In Campbell's Bock
roilStiee-l, Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or ), F. Dilmkuiiam,
Honolulu, April 1. 1635. 113.1 tf
MR. OHAS. HOYT'S Shoeing Shop
is iow 'reopened, Inlorfttring
horses a specially. 20 tf
X- X-2 O -ol A A'lU li
in nr. nri.n n
Tlinrsilar, Jane 11, 1883,
rxiiKK nn: aisiucks or tub
JAMES OAMPBEL1 Piesldent
F. S. PKATT VIee-Preaident
CO. HEKGEK Secietarv
CECIL I1HOWN Treasurer
Hon. II. A. U'l DEM ANN, Col. C. II.
.irni). T)n. J. S. McGREW.
.Il'UGES Dr. .f. S. MeGiew, T. S.
Pratl and Cecil Brown.
TTME-KEEPEltS C. O. Heigerand
J. A. Spear.
STAKTEK W. 11. lluohiiuan.
CLERK Or THE COtTRSE-Capi.
A. It. Halev.
SADDLING PADnOOK J. I. Dow
Races Commence at 10:30 a. in. sharp.
l-Grazier's Plate, $100.
RUNNING RACE; half mile da-h
open to all. weight for age.
2 Queen's Plate, $125.
TROTTING It ACE ; mile heats to
harness; best 2 in It: for Hawaiian
bred hordes only.
3 Hawaiian Jockey Club Cup-
A SWEEPSTAKE of $30 added;
cup lo be won by the same person
twice, the second winning to be at
any future annual meeting; one
mile dash ; open to all three-year-olds.
Sealed nominations, inclosing
a fee of 810, to be sent to the Secre
tary of the Hawaiian Jockey Club,
ou or before 2 p.m. on the 4th day
of June. Final acceptances as to
the balance of sweepstakes on or
before 2 p.m. on the 10th of June.
4 Governor Dominis' Cup.
A SWEEPSTAKE of S50 ndded.
Itimning Race, yx mile dash; open
to all two-year-old Hawaiian bred
horses; entries oloeeil on August 1.
5 King's Plate, $150.
TROTTING RACE; mile heats,
best :i in 5; open to all.
6 Kahuku Cup and $75 added.
RUNNING It ACE; mile dash;
open to all Hawaiian bred horses;
weight for age.
7Eeciprocity Plate, $200.
RUNNING RACE; 1 mile dtrth.;
free for all ; weight for age.
8 Gentlemen's Haco, $50.
TROTTING or PACING; mile and
icpeat; open to all horses that have
never beaten three minutes; owner
to drive, to road wagon.
9-Pony Hace, $75.
RUNNING RACE; mile dash;
open to all ponies of 14 hands or
10-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $200.
RUNNING RACE; 2 mile, dash;
open lo all; weiglit lor age.
diiiKsh.n wlihlu iho fence, ONE
ArimUinn of hoiWb to (he enclosure.
"0 cents for each horse.
No clung), made on iho Bridge for
eniiiiiicc to th, park Ground.
Entrance Fee, Ten p;r cont
All Running Race- to be under ilif
j Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
i AllTioliing Rao- to be necnidlim n
, the Rules of tTu'XiitliiimlTinttlnir Asso
ciation. i Entiles clo-eal 2 p.m. on .Monday,
.Mum on,, ai nit. oiiice ol l O. BER
f.hR.Secictaiy, wiih the excepilon ol
Races Nos. II ami 4.
301W P. O. BERGER, Scc'v,