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MAMA UlNhWtM.iMi iluwUlvPW', II i, AUGUST 3fl, lMi,
Notico to Corporations.
All Inroi pointed Companies who
lnwo failed to tilt' tin' Annual Exhi
bit of their nlliiiis us of July 1st,
18S9, in iieeonlunuo with the u'quin.
incuts uf Sootioit Mil of tho I'hil
Co'de, Chnpter. 30 of the Laws of
1SS0, and of a Notice published by
Authority, 'under date of June 27,
1S89, nre requested to file the stu'iic
at the interior Office Vitliout delay.
BUnk' forms for this purpose can'
be oblnincd upon application to the
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Tuterior.
Deparlm'lof Interior, Aug. 10, '09.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bui eitablishcd for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUG. 22, 1889.
Mr. Horner.' s letter is an inlet cit
ing contribution to the industrial
annals of the country. "Observer"
is well qualified to speak for himself
in defense of his statements.
Mr. A. Y. Cooke, in n letter to
the Planters' Monthly, points out
that the importations of fertilizers
have increased fioni 2,050,089
pounds in 1885 to 5,970,271 pounds
in 1888. He advocates placing fer
tilizers and all materials for their
manufacture on the free of tint list.
Certainly the raw material should
be admitted free. Mr. Cooke says
that guano from the Pacific, after
passing through the regular treat
ment in Europe, is returned to dhis
country, and he considers much
might be saved by treating the raw
material at home, thus saving the
cost of double transportation.
Dr.. "William A. Hammond of
vtasmngion is reported, after hav
ing experimented with it, to believe
that there is something in the Paris
physician, Dr. Brown Scquaril'i,
elixir of life. It is an animal ex
tract to be injected under the skin',
and one operation monthly is claim
ed to make a subject tweifty or
thirty years joungcr in appeal auce.
Dr. Hammond is said to have
thought the matter a joke at first, pr
else that another good man hntf
gone wrong". Perhaps the Washing
ton dispatch to the San Francisco
Examiner, relating to Dr. Ham
mond's experiment and conversion,
is only a joke.
The Hilo Record rcmaiks upon
dilliculties being had with Japanese
laboiers on the plantations. A gen
tleman of this city interested in
plantations has informed us of the
bame thipg. J. urge numbers of Jups
will agrep on falling sick at onse,
greatly embarrassing the field and
mill operations. There is therefore
no wonder that the Chinese aie re
garded as thc "old reliable" labor
for the planters. The plantations
could have all the Chinese required,
without large reiufoicements every
year, if measures were adopted to
restrict all who come to plantation
woik. Thousands of loafing Chi
nese now in the towns ought alto to
he sent to the cauellelds, which
would obviate a demand for steamur
loads of recruits.
New industries are bound to ap
pear in time. The chief obstiuction
to them seems to be n disposition to
decry everything new until it suc
ceeds yi spite of croakers. Colfee
ought to be growing on a large scale
by this lime, but that its promotion
has been openly condemned as some
thing akin to felony. Jl will, lion
ever, be one of the great product
of these islands. The railway on
this island'will develop new Ileitis of
industry all along its line, unless
the history of railways elsewhere is
no criterion. Yet the rail pray Is
coming on apace after having been
heat lily flouted at if not fought
against by a majority of the commu
nity. In it not about time that peo
ple who are not prepared to help
should abstain from hindering mea
sures for developing the resources
of the country?
It Iiob been found that a niekel
pluted bujjc.l wlf go plump through
n man, wlPeie one without will btop
short, -and Juigluml will hereafter
iiickcl-plat&all her bulicU.
Ennon Ntii.rTivi I'lidoi thl
head "Observer" lia willten what,
you fall our attention t as "the
'able letter of 'Observer' " in your
daily of July 25lli. 1 believe in all
the facts, hut not all the fancies
penned by "Observer;" neither do
I believo'in some of his statements
which he has put down ns fact".
Those quoted below aie not facta and
ot course aie misleading when lOiul
by those unacquainted with the
fact. I will not attempt to unswoi
all of the objectionable parts of
"Obsener's" letter, but the follow
ing item L wish to reply to
as it reflects upon the char
acter and good standing of many of
my fellow-citizens. There is n vein
of bitterness running through the
whole letter, aimed at the New Con
stitution, the Government, the school
board, and largely at plantation
owners, and after some unkind tc
llections he says:
"Shrewd, pushing men have eonio
to the front, and won large prizes in
th'' race for wealth." I don't object
to this item standing by itself, as it
is "shrewd, pushing men" that conic
to the front and win prizes in all
countries; but when he intimates
that these prizes have been obtained
by plantation owners, through fraud
and shaip practice in driving or
foicing whole communities from
their homes, then I object. Hear
"Not even the foreign residents,
farmeis and artisans who once found
homes and occupation here have
been able to hold their own against
the power of capital anil combina
tion." Mark well, he continues:
"All over these islands where once
a little tluiving community had
cieatcd a pleasant and prosperous
village, now theie is not a single
resident family of foteign birth."
This is truly a lion idle picture to
lioltl up before the world, and if true
such men deserve the execration of
mankind ; but torthnately it is not
true and only exists as a wicked
fancy in "Observer's" brain. I
pronounce it a slander ami don t nc
lieve the gentleman can point to one
single case of the kind he has
penned. And when he makes the
broad assertion that prosperous vil
lages of kanakas and white peop'e,
"all over these islands," have been
depopulated by these "shrewd, hard
headed, pushing men," to make
loom for their plantations, he writes
that which he cannot prove.
Ws venture to state that llicic is
no plantation in working older to
day but has mo! e while people upon
its hands than theie was on the
same lands before the plantation
waited, to say naming or Portu
guese, kanakas, Chinamen and Japa
nese. Some may have died, hut
none have been diiven away. All
the villages on the plantations have
increased in size and many new
oucs nave liecn created.
1 Allow me to state a little of the
msiory relating 10 me stalling ami
pi t'sent status of two plantations
Spieckolsville and Kukaiau. 1
choose those two bccau.se I was a
personal attoi upon iliem at their
slait. KpreekeMille Plantation
was started upon the W.iiluku com
mons, then belonging to the Govern
ment. The laud was comparatively
valueless, being too dry to produce
moip than a suiI growth of grass.
There was no l tinning stream or
spring of water upon the land ex
cept along the ocean shore wher
brackish water appealed on the sur
face. If a kanaka or a white family
hed cm the laud I am not awuie of
that tact, without Kahului should
be teckoiied as a pait of SpreckcU
ville plantation. 'Ihc land was un
productive. Theie was no property
oi people upon it to tax. So the
Government got no income from it.
And this it would no doubt havo con
tinued to this day had not that enter
prising, hard-headed, pushing man,
Claus Spreckels, taken hold of it,
and at heavy expense brought water
upon it from long distances ; hired
hunch oris of mechanics, uitisaus and
laborers; built large .and costly
sugar works and villages by the
half dozen; and thousands of tons
of sugar arc now yeaily produced.
So on this unproductive piece of
land, where no child or chick could
befoie find a Ihiug, thousands now
find comfortable support and mil
lions of wealth are yearly produc
ed. The Government now icalizes
f i oni it yearly thousands of dollars
where it got nothing before. Vtro
should think all countries and all
people would welcome such entcr
piisiug pushers among them instead
of willing such slanderous articles
against them as "Obseiver" has
Once more, tome seven yeais ago
I came w ith ouu of my boys, one
kanaka, one Chinaman, one Amer
ican teamster, wagon containing
tent, tool", food ami other necessa
ries will) the view of making a sugar
plantation upon the luud now coui
piising Kukaiuti Plantation. Wo
got in sight of tho land but could
not enter with our rig until we
made a road to go on. A govern
ment trail run through the luud but
no wagon wheel had ever turned
upon it. We found the laud en
liiely covered with brush and grus,
and stately trees 10 or o0 feet in
height. All the land had to be
grubbed befoie it could be occupied
even by our lent. Within tio
bounds of our present Hues five
kaimku families were liing on their
own lands, and they aie yet Ihing
there, None have been dihon
away. "Wo have tented pint of their
hinds and wjth their rents ami, labru
they have built themselves coin-
forlablo wouiten houseM hro they
had only gratia onus hofoio. "fivery
one that labors on (ho plantation
gets olio dollar por day and board
the year lound, which equnls the
wage of good California farm la
borers. Theie are now living licic 20
white people, 'net Poitugucsc, whcio
none lived before. Three villages
have "prung up and over 200 people
find constant employment. The
native population has doubled in
number, lulteon bundled acres of
finest jungle hac been cleared away
and planted with cane. Twenty
miles of good wagon load have been
made on the plantation where none
existed bufoic. A quailer of a mil
lion of wealth is yearly produced
from the soil, and thousands of
taxes are collected bv the govern
From the brief account hero given
of the two plantations named, it
docs not appear that much violeiico
or wiong has been done by their
owners to individuals or the public
by crushing out or driving away
any of the people who, foimcrly oc
cupied the land, lo make room for
the plantations of these "shrewd,
pushing, hard-headed men," and
we believe, should the history of all
our plantations be written, no very
great difference would appear
between them and the two
above-named, so fur as rcgatds
diiving nwav the people and
depopulating the villages. "Ob
seiver" had belter lake another ob
servation befoie he writes such bit
ter tilings against people and busi
ness that he knows nothing about,
Jno. M. IIonxr.it.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
liy o-uVr or Mil. CHAS WALL. I will
sell at 1'ulilic Auclimi, at my
Sak'srcm, Qucui bt ,
On MONDAY, Aug: SGtli,
AT S'i O'CLOCK XOOX,
HIS - RESIDENCE!
On Liliha st'UPt, mlicihiinj; the property
or Captain Tilpp.
Tlic Lnl Ins a frontage of about ISO
ft'U on Lililia sliLCt unil is about 200
feet ikep. 'J here is a
Large Dwelling Hous?,
fin the irijicrtv, coiiainin, lirijc Par
lor, Mitim; Hot m, '-J IJednn ins. Vcru.nl i
lti.onia, Diiiing Kohiiif, Klc, Cook ami
llmli Houoo.., siubles, SurvunW' Utilises,
1 lie Lot is vc 11 covned wbli grass
and platiUd with a variety ol trees
Water laid on tlirciiphoiit.
The DiwllhiE Ilon-u is in good re
pair and the looms-and verandas aie
largo mill airy
L-jsTwo thirds of tlic purchnsc money
can remain on mortgage.
C2fFor fuitlu'r pailiculdrs apply to
JAS. F. 3IOKCAN,
3110 iit Auctioneer.
FOIl SALE at AUCTION !
IJY J. F. MOItilAX.
on satukhay A-upr- Sltli,
At 12 o'clcciv noon,
i ar ." Hntvaiinn Carriage &
:!231 WtuliHo IET.rt.pK. (lw
AGKltMAN or POUT UGUFSE Girl
as nurse. Aoplv at this cilice.
P' TEaK"KBTIKEMH COSJBt'F
X of the Jlawallun Islaada. In the
multer of tho Ihinkniplcy of Kiihaul
C.ifotd, hy whrnn it I'd i ion for adjiuli
(alien was filed on the J?0.h (lav of Ail.
Liist, lSij', in bsitd Pouri. I'efore Mr.
Jiisilco llickcrtoii. The Cth day tf Au
gi st, 18S9.
Upon rtading the said Petition, and
upon pioof befoie me taken. I do ll'id
that iho said HICHAM) CAYFOHD
lias 1 pcome a linnkiupt wiihiibtho true
intent and inclining of tho Act approved
on Ihc Cilth day of August, 1881, entitled
' An Act to legulato proceedings in
Bankruptcy" in iho Hawaiian I&huida."
And I do hereby declare and adjudgo
him Bankrupt recoidingly.
And I do iiirther onh-r ilnt the Crcdi
loib of the paid llaukiiipt conic m and
piovo their debts Lotoro biieii Justice nf
Ihc Supreme Comtas Minll bu hitting in
Chamburs at Aliinlntil Hale, Hnnniulii,
on the UOtli day nf Augilft, 188!), be.
twceii iho hooMof lOo'i 1 iok in llio fore
noon and noon nt iho taid day, and elect
ono or moic As lijneo or Asiigncesof
tho Biu.l Il'inkrupt's oHlnte.
And ih.it notice theieol' be published
in tho Daily Hum.iuin newspaper pub.
liblicl in liouohilu, in the EnglUh Ian
giuigf. Ami tint the Mild H.inkiiipt hlmll
tmmedi.uely Mlo with tho Olerl: of this
Honorable Court a srhuhilc of Jiis Cie.
dilors and Absets, as luipiircd by tho
.J.ibllce nf iho MipieinoCourt.
A't'ir: J. II. Itl.is-r. Deputy Clurlt.
Dated Hoiiohiln. May 21, 188').
MANY slateinen's having In on made
lately In tho D.miv Hui.i.tiiK
wl'h loganl to Lifo Insurance, I pub
lished nu llio Mlh iiibt., lor the lonullt
of the Policyholders in tho Now Yoilt
Lifo liiFiiinnt'o t'o, critaln cninpanitivo
fl,Mucs which will bland In sri'oof miy
communication by olhor cdupauics or
My puhllKalinii hns called forth a
letter fullif iingontlt'iu'iiily remarks
from Mr Tliomu tho Executlyo Spc.
ciiil Agent of tho Miiluul Life Tiibiir.
anco Co, which I positively decline lo
aimwor, such being beyond niy-htauding
in ihu coininiuiiiv In tliU city.
1 Mi ill lin glad 16' give any Infonna.
tio-i reg.uiling Lifo Insurance al my
olllte, since it Iiiib btcumo imppsbihlo to
cwiumunlctic blah tothc public through
I'm reb Wlll(iUt b ailing titpilvftil cou.
liovur-'y l.iJit.toforo unknown in this or
any oiht r city. 0. O. UBHQKH,
General Agui.t New Yoik Life 1ihvCo.
$ ssau Ff"
IfcYnllan Mgo, 21, 1 & jl. M,
rIMini5K will li. n t.MTtl'ii: of Hn.
1 wiilinn Lodge Nn. "1, 1 'c A. Mi,
l lit II ill, mine-.' nf Pmi iiikI CJ m i it
st'.u's, TlltS tTliiusihiU KYKNiNU,
August 122nd tsS'J, j I Tilp t.'i lorl , foi
Work i tho 3rd Degree.
Mi lulu m m I.mlife In Pioiires (iml all
M.jnmi'if liiiiliieii are fi.iitnmlij' jn,
viit'il in 1 1! iirisini.
Ily nulir or the Vt. M.-.
T. O. POIITIIIJ,
!il2 It Si-rrt-t'ify.
JS'otioii of Ctlimjio in nlnn-
, "ii'ling; Lurliierv, - .,
TM'Hl ' 0 the nl oncc ef Mr. C.'YIck
XJ Imng, our 'nnnplDgPai'inri, from
tlm Kliigiliint, M-. 0. Din Mug will set
h Maniiixlnc Pulmr fot oiu Otm, anil
will !n?t tlm 8 tni pnueis tttur aiitliur
it us C. Ylek l.nni C.
ICWOXO II i P 1.110 00.
Du'ol linnoliilu, Aup. '2i, 1 (-U.
t CHILI'S TlAl.KGPr.EN' OVEIt-
i"X cunt wish (ape, on King strut or
aikiki inul, bttweeii ainiiiy South unil
Thomas Bqnnrc. The llrilei will leio
w.irtU'tl liy l-avlng thes Fbinc at the Ari.
in.; fJhiin.le-lniit's olTlcu, lolanl Pdace.
'pilE umlt irlgncd have this d ty
i. funnel a ci .pit tm i -hip under the
11 tin n.iPii an 1 tle of Lewis & hite,
lor th" tin rj ing on of a Ji nor.tl Husi.
I) II. LEWIS,
Tlieso Schools open for the Hew Year
St-pismbsi' 5, 188i).
The faculty of O.ihu Collogo will he
the snine as last year. The Fiieiul
says: "Wo think lh.it theie has never
been an abler faculty at O.ihu College,
or ouo licttei adapted to impart a high
clasieal and selentttle education.''
The lloaiding Depaitment can ae
eommod.itu hut few more than were iit
attendance last year, anil all who deire
to enlei should make an caily appllta-
The Pieparaloiy School continues
under the Piini.lpul1ilpif MNsMalono;
Miss C.iiiie A. Olliiiau takes Ml-s
Chambei Iain's position. Hie lattu- hav
ing iclguid to iemoe to the United
The Tuistees aie happy to announce
t! at, thiough llie gent'ioiis inteu't of a
fiUmd. they ate electing a line now
hiillding and remodeling the pieent
one, -so that this c!iool will occupy new
and coinniodious tptaiteis in. Seplcin
her. When tliti-. upiipped avb brlieve.
the Prepuratoi y School will offer oppor
tunities second." to none in the H ingdoni.
tSf Address all lettcia of liiquhy or
KEV. r. C. MEIJItlTT,
Ml lin President.
I), n. LEWIS.
C. 31. WHITE.
Hell Tele. ISO-
O. IE ox 70.
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE
No. 10 Kaahumanu . Street,
For the Transaction of General
Adjusting and E.pcrling Hoolts.
Keeping Accounts and Making Out
Houses Lot and Hents Collected.
Ileal Estato Bought and Sold.
Al strncts of Title Furnihlicd.
Drawing of Deeds, Leases, Contract",
Copying and Engrossing of all tics,
Custom House Entries mado and
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
The varied 1 uiiien experience of the
members of tho linn la u sufllcicut gui.
rainy of capibility on their paitforihe
dlfchatge of nil matters entrusted lo
them. Ily faithlul and prompt attcn
tinn to tho fame and by rcasonaiilu
changed foi' all seivicis, thoy hope to
meit general patronage.
.It7 tf liKWBW & WHTTK.
The ne.st term of KauieVameha School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, havlnc special nun.
liflc.il ions ns tci( hers of manual training,
have been engaged for the coming year.
Two of iheao tiro hlyhly recommended
hy Dr. Wondwaid of llio Cclobiatrd
Manual Ttaiiiing School of Washington
University, being graduates' of Hint In.
lllulion. Tho other as PiinoipM nf
Hotmkcn Acidcmy his had ahmhlu
cxpviUuco as au iiibli nctor in sucid
briinalies of nuiiuml trainiHg,
Apjillc.ilionti for aduilssinti should he
tent immediately to the Piiuuipil, as
rooms will bo assigned m timer of
B- For fuitbcr Information annly to
Wit. U. OLESON,
111 1 If Piiiicpl.
nj"HK rtxi term of tho Ktimnliiiiieli.t
X I'lep'iiatory School will open
MONDAY, September 2i d. App'ioi
lioiii lor uiiinlsslon should bumatoat
ones to Ihc i'llnclpnl.
UO td Miss C. A, ItKAMKH.
llonnlul i, A a
Slioit Semis Iliii Sliaksueaiiaii
"Tkc cnith hath hubbies, as the water ms, and these are of them."
Now that the two big bubbles blown up lo such size in llio Daii.t
I5t;i.i,i:ns- by jealous livals of Ihc grand old Mutual, have been pricked
and burstcti, it is.casy to understand how much space nit advcitiscinent
u in occupy and still contain nothing hut wind, and as the creators of both
Iiiibbp3 have publicly admitted their inability to prove the contents other
than 'wind, the inystilied readers may now llnd that "There is rest for the
"I?i huvcrt tule Njwcih beat being plainly told."
KlMI KlOHAlIll III.
It is a plain, unadulterated and incontrovcrtalilc fact that the Oldest
Active Life Insurance Company in the United States and the Largest
Financial Institution in the World is Tho iUulutil JLile Insurance
Company of Now York.
Heho "Indeed, he hath an excellent good name." Uusula
"ITia excellence did cam it ere he had it."
Much Ado Awout Nothing.
The excellent good name which the Mutual Life Insurance Company
bears is the direct icstilt of a business career extending over the past half
century. During this lime it has earned a deservedly high reputation for
honorable dealing, prompt bclllsmciib of losses, liberal policies, large pro
fits, and unquestionable security. No company offers gi cater inducements
to persons contemplating insurance.
"lie is well paid that is well satisfied."
Mr.itciiAXT of Vksicg.
Everyone who holds a policy in the Mutual Life is more than well
satislied, and not without ample reason: for no other Life Insurance Com
pany in the Woild has ever equalled the actual results of policies matured
and paid by the Mutual Life, and no other company can show equal pro
fits apportioned to policies in force, as can be shown by the Mutual Life.
"Bosom up my Council, you'll find it wholesome."
Kixc. IIknky VIII.
If you want real genuine insurance, cheap insurance, and profitable
insurance, and non-forfeitable iusuiance, and incontestable insurance;
insurance that can't get away from you, that covers you completely and
comfoitably like a blanket; insurance that will be paid promptly when it
is due without vexatious woiry or delay, without any deduction or fuss
whatever; insurance that will provide against every contingency thai
human wisdom can foresee, Iiisuie in Tho Mutual Lift'. Insurance
Company oi" Now York. A. D. THOMAS.
328 lf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
By order of Mtt.JOHN niND, Manager
of Iho Mar Mill Co., I will bell at Pub
At ICuimfin, IColmla.
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August .'iOlli aiidSUt,
AT 1 O'CLOCK p. J!.,
15 lloisea and' Marcs,
Cane Wagons, Cane Land,
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's & Carpenter's Tools,
And a complete .r-soitmcnt of
lin I mn nitinnt
Tlic Machinery of Hie ahi.vo Mill
ib in tlrht-oliifg order, ofi'eM for
which arc tolicltcd unil comists of
One 26x43 Mill with Engine,
1 Pair Roilers, (1x20;
I Double Effect, li and 7 feet Pans.
1 Vacuum Pan 0 It. with Make Pi mp
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Tog.jthci' with tho usual assoit.
ClarlCers, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, &c.
And other Machinery luuallv fount!
in a well-appointed Mill.
BCKor further particulars apply to
Wni. J. BKODIE,
323 17t.d 100 3Uw Auctioneer.
Carriage For Stile Clicnp.
-sswJU 1 NWW Oitundcr Oar.
lCpiA X riage just flnishid
V,A?iW-. and hamUoint'ly tilmmcd
In (hat class biylej must bo Immediately
sold to close, an alignment. Apnlv to
' HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNUY.
Co tinge To Let.
m4vA A KI'W one ftory Collage
riS3rf2 r- " ll'le' pait of Lillba
tSXXsS&M sticct, eoiiiaiiiliiK C iooiiik
iilei-Jy papeied and painted, batli room,
Kite) en, nieo lawn, Mmtlo tieei, etc.
Will he lenlod leaSonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKXOY.
STOKE TO LET
TMU! Stoio latrlv occunlnd
Tlijsia a i,v 12. a. nnv.,. 'nV'a
Uloclt, King strcit, at reason.
alilo rimtnb PoffosEinn clvcn nt onco.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
''PIIE best remedy for
I wouiiiN. iileerti.
galls, pi oud llesh ami
nut's of everv dercrln-
--" tlou to jioinons or anln
nulls. Adopted by leading lioiso rall
toad, elub anil Ineiy fctiblcs, clc. in
tliu Unlti'd .states and tdhowheie. Wo
aie picpiiied to pioo this f tnlomviit by
ti'.liinonlaK and ifft'ii'iicc to pluuteis
and llveiyun,'!! in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN Ill'SINESS AGLKCY.
L.lltGE iissoiliiient of I botograibs
.x and Kttiii'OaCflplu Vlowh of the
imiM attiai'tHo Feunt'iy, liiilldliigs, ete ,
In tbt'Sd Ulaiids, fin-Kale at lratomiblo
'"llAWAIIAN HUM NESS AGT.NGY.
Comer Eoit and MuieliaiitMticets.
Every Description of
Executed with Neatness and Dispatch.
enowned for Tone and Durability 1
80,000 In Use auA,kv?KS.F0U Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE
' Euohni: TllAYEIt',
Claka Louise Kellogo,
iUs'IC DEVXIXXIO'X -a
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