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tbe paunceia orbobaTe been
ibc l,t or fort;
car. At an earir a be trlr3 tbe lintiab narj
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aaifia ac aasAdcwcd in aad
trade, Umo earned ouby
AHor InatLuo. tfao naTal aerrioe, be vetit tu
pbtaa, and Umokw to these Mtandf. laudioR at
lJibaa,iaJlarT. lr. Hw m fan aj; know 1-cage
atoja aeearod for bun eronJoTmout lu the
coaatiac arntf, and be corannnOed, during n
penod of few or five yearn alter Lis nrnml, ser
tralof oer Msaaete amons tbem Ibo
iCfi radii Ummrf, vhtcb ouncd elrbt Runs,
and bad two of tbe tmuc prUKW on board a
CABBtn; tbec the CtviBfjee rorcaa, beIoaciri; to C.
O. Haobam, Ibe S. fL. and other island
IToder Haraoal Sea, be hdd the office of Sheriff
of Olbo for a abort jienod, and vben tbe firm of
SaosJt Orfford failed la litO or ISM. he -n
FaoK. ia ebarce of tboir rwpperty, in the cApaalJ
I rroieer, ant, if we rerownber ngbtly, under
tool tbe caxtnc sp of what prorcd to be a rrrr
Alter tbe banune of U Varieties Theatre and
tfat ed hutwu Jlooat. id 18BK, be luoL oliareo of
ie fweoatn stcantai iioeee, wiob wna enicted dor
isg thai year, aud oootioaed in charge till ap.
pa'SWdJ'oatraaaetetleral in 1S64, enocaedmr: in
hM hw preaearl !ajtj. oho was
tbe Interior IlenarttsenL Jle lumained
oc aereuloen lean it !oturei liertod
tfcan any of L rredeuxour.
i" all the pobur tract wbleb be beld he waa
anrspsaioialy and (yotnrwtic, nltioneu
tte loot ta-o or three years of his life were
"won varttucuous Tn wmea be waa in no
may caooerotd. although coiuaderui officially re-
Far tt mat ! rear be has been an invalid
ooolmedto ana mo' lor toe raoot van br
a. And vben at lt death earne to bummoQ him
W tbe want land, hUdetarture was so calm and
reooef at, as be sat in his easv chair, readme a
oewonarier. that bra erer walchfnl nurse and
friend that be had only fallen asleep
lie ware a widow. sons and
nre .tataKiterg. and a lamo n.nlr of orn.t.
cbUdrtsu, vrtb wbotn be wul alaays be remembered
as a hod and lovmj: father and protector.
The funeral, which took 4aoe at tbe family
on baturdoy afternoon, was largely attended
by the friends and acquaintances of the
deceased, and ail remains were deposited in the
Catholic Gemelerr. W.
The Late Henry I. Sheldon
Atietberof oaroH foreum residents has passed
sway, whobasfcr nearly fortv years been most intimately
identified with our island oomratmity.
lirory li. Sbeldoa. Esq. although not occupying a
I root rank among the leading f oreigsere on the
Hawaiian Islands, yet lias occupied a position,
vtocb has often entitled him to be consulted; and
a Ucilc pen, he has often been invited to
tue It for the promotion of moral and political reforms.
He waa born of highly reonectlUe parent's
in the Slate of Jlhode Island, in tbe year ISfl.
hence he was about sii: roars nf an t tl.. .,...
of las deain. He received' a Iew Knoland common
achoot education, and early became an eiixllerjt
practical printer, which Utter profession fitted
elm, as it Las so xeany others, who have become
eminent aa authors and editors. When about 10
rnofsc,be embarked as s sailor on board a
esmt aaillTic out of Salem, Mass., on a trading
oooaco aznouc tbe Fiji Islands. From thence he
found las way to California and tie Sandwich
Islands, arrivuu? here in 1S1G. and th itu,i.
bare eoer omce been his residence, with the exception
of a brief Tint lo California in the early days
of lie gold fever,
Vety soon after bis amral he became connected
with bottCowr routine cSkeg and editorial rooms,
and with tbtce be luu been Associated during
almost tbe entire period of Ins residence. Perhaps
at as with the r. I , Atlmiaer that his associations
nave beon tire most intimate, because at one period
be was the proprietor of that rnper. He has
wnttm, more or less, for the Gizrra, Joim,
Erw. Frwrmu, Satmrnf Tvtt and Other pa
rer. Such was his ease and facility ia writing a
cood cOttonal, or renorutu a noblie rnreiinr'. thai
nib rare abilities bare been continually called into
cxeretse. Without hesitation, Wc can make the
assertion that be has wnlUn more editorials and
4xiDtribiiioi more copmcsly to the current topics
rearing cp oar Island newspapers, than any otiier
xntcr. WlnJr connected with the Gitcnr, under
Smith's editorial carccr.be ccntxibutcdaseries
vt artaciea on ler the title of the "iansby l'apers,'
while bis recent contributions to the" IxilHrdai
ifra Are a fair exhibition of bis peculiarly apt
anuoi niscartiui ana
c YoS also no inferior judge of good poeirv,
qrrrsinnrlry writing in tbat line of oomposiuon.
His nsowlecge of the Hawaiian language was both
pood and accurate, particularly in the lino of legal
pbrasecJogy: hence be has long been accounted
on of the very bust transtslors of legal documents
ana inc lave, tnis quaiihcation eminently fitted
fcita lo be a most nsef ol man in the Ixctslativa
Ai oji i nHy and xa the Conrsa of JcsSlco. Weeould
add much more respecttng the many excellent
'CsaUtrs of the departed, unj taocrn th.it he could
not tiATe proved a more ancccskfol victor in tbe
of lifa. He knew what the Apostle yaul
racemtarhen hesaid, "For that which I do, I
for what I would, thai do I not; but what
Uxaie. that do L"
MtixJaadan't -wife, n djniAterof Jr. JohnG,
Maes, tuod nbont three years ago, iiruch re,
oprctod and before, bbe was una of a circle, ed our
aaasdxader tba special training or Mr. Stephen.
Eeratids, well knows in our island community
thirty or terry years ago. A Urge arcJo cf
and remain to rcocm their
Xr. Saloon's funeral was attended from tho
Betbd aasj ftabrat it afternoon, where lie hid leaf;
been to worship Ids rexala b&vmg
been brought, hhoer from Ixobala, Hawaii, where tire
bached a t evr days since. 3Jany were present
of tbe GAZErrx Aditrtlun
AndiVws aia) thereby testiEcd their eEtcera and "
anspecx.xartne cepaned. norb
" spa J
prcitfa. When inthuniwii altei
tho nrirrlnal color luu tamed red.
fildadjlse to temper with ijmc
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fct tticm ttmQR test-tube, atoutHLx liv ot
EST itODCS IK ItUBUS.
WEDXESDAY, XOVEMBEK 21. 1S83.
ToiiOKEOtr is the day for hearing
argnments on the tvtU of mandamus
brought bv the proprietors of the Gazette
against tio Jlinister of Interior. The
proprietors of this paper have been
forced to this action by tho continued inaction
of tho Minister. As is well known,
the -petition for a charter was put in last
April. Daring tho inenmbencj of Mr. Bnsh
nothing was done. 'WbenMr.Gnlickcame
into office a reasonable amount of time was
allowed to elapse before pressing the subject
of the charter, and repeated representations
have been made to him upon
the matter. As these representations have
had for reply nothing but evasion after
evasion, the "proprietors of tho Gazette
have at last been obliged to take the step
thev have. The case will be an important
one, as it will definitely settle what are the
wwers of a Minister in such matters Can
i ic of his own volition block a legitimate
bnsineM! enterprise, or is he a mere pas
rive initruinont whose duty it is to sec
the papers of charters are in proper order
and finding them to, is it not obligatory
that he hould present them to the Privy
Oonncil T It will bo of value to the country
to have this question properly argued
and definitely settled.
The evil effects of tho free gin latvs were
very evident last Triday. everhas so
much drnnkenoss been seen of lato years
as was seen on that day: witness after witness
speaks of it A gentleman who has been
acquainted with this city for upwards of
forty-years says that during all that time
he lias never seen drunkenness among tho
natives displayed to the same extent as on
last Friday. A riding party returning
from Koolan report a very large number
of drunken people as streaming across in
that (tirectiou. and finally a responsible
officer of the police informed us that on
the night in question the cells were over
full; nearly all the arrests being made for
drunken brawling. The same officer went
on to say that, as month after month went
by, he could perceive hew tho action of tho
liquor law was slowly but surely undermining
the natives: tho appetite for liquor
spreading among them, and tho quarrels
and rows which owe their origin to
this cause are also on the increase. The
worst feature, perhatrs, displayed last Friday
was the prevalence of drunkenness
among the nattie Mtmien. This is indeed
terrible; tho sight of a drunken man is
degrading enough, but the sight of a
dmnken woman is doubly so. This makes
an inroad into Hawaiian homo life so dangerous
so insiduons, tht the mostcallous
cannot but shudder when they think of its
The lessons of the past few montlis
should be taken to heart, when tho next
Legislature meets. The effect of the new
liquor law upon the nalno population has
alienated many who were in faiorof it
twenty months ago. Tho party in favor
of trying to undo as much as possible the
evil that has been done, will bo n very
strong one, and it is to be hoped that it
will hao weight enough to once more interpose
the check which, as humane men,
and loors of the nativo race, should bo
put between tho native and his self -detraction.
Tho men who iMtssed the freo liquor
laws i apOred loudly about their loi o for
the natiie Hawaiian; their consciences
lnnst be seared indeed if they do not
realize how great and grevious harm thcy
have inflicted upon the race they professed
This liquor question is ono which lx
longs not to Hawaii alone, it belongs to
all countries and exercises the best thought
of tho civilized world: the terrible effects
of drunkenness upon the national character
are fully realized and the best and
finest men are combating it in all parts of
the world. What our planters think upon
tho subject was illustrated by their ote at
the annual meeting in 18S2 Thouchmanv
were not total abstainers, j et ono and all
joined in condemning tho free liquor law.
It remains now for the Legislature of 1881
to meet this question, and it is in the
hands of the electors to send men to the
House who will seo that tho question is
projierly handled The truo lover of Hawaii
will cast his ioto for candidates who
will adiocate the repeal of tho freo liquor
As extract which we gi o below from the
Now Orleans J'tenguat shows how wildly
men can -write upon a subject which they
are only partially acquainted -with. Tho
extract is taken from an article which reviews
tho reiort of the Sncar Commission.
ino J'lafjuH' sajs:
The refiner is Sir Clans Snreckels (of San Fran
cibto.j Knight Commander of the ltojal Order of
naiahnnaana ue owns on me lsianu 01 Aiam tuo
largest toust plantation in tho world. Dr. J. 11.
ISeoiis. oil 1 ii return here from Hawaii l.itKW
said that Sprtexels had jost taken off from about
MOO acres a crop of over 10,000 tons, and expected
to have 10 a 0 Rcres under cultivation this year. Ho
also stated that vety little snear not consigned to
bpeckels goes from the islands. Wt haTe forgotten
how touch land bpreckcls has: wo should say
about 26,000 acres. His plantations, in 1873, 1SS0
and 1SE1. yielded en average of five tons per acre.
Wc are under the tmnression that ha was
ine the cultivate acreage at tho rate of nbont
SJU0 acres per annum, tut with his Tast means,
say sot less than $11,000,003. he can doubtless increase
suddenly to 10.000 acres, or even mote.
Now, what need has bprecktls, the planter to divide
profit with Snreckels, the refiner? lie can
(and does) invoice his sugars to San I'ranciscoat
tM (actual average for 1SS2) as casilv 3 at C.01
1 actual aierage for 1876. before reciprocity sent
him to theislandii and tho diffenmrA mti lm
trscted from the profits at his San Francisco refinery
to tickle the consumers. Hut Dr. J. 11.
llemis told the l'truitite last winter that Snreek.
Hs contends that he will in a short time be able to
lay his sogar down in San Francisco at a cr' of
out a trine ruore tuan 1 cent per pound, which ill
cover nil expenses of cultivation, manufacture
and freight. The difference between the cost and
the invoice price is the profit of tho planter
bpreckels, and if the refiner Spreckels gets no
advantage from reciprocity ho can, nt least snap
his fingers at oor foolih Congress.
Facts must speak in answer to this. The
crop from tho Spreckels estate this vcar.
far from exceeding that of 18S2. will" fnll
considerably short of it. The J'taiinnc
man was allowing his imagination to run
riot into the contemplation of a crop of
40.000 tons : be calm perturbed spirit, thero
is not the slightest danger of your being
thrown off your balance by any such announcement
Vhatoer tract of land Mr. Spreckels
possesses, the amount of sugar he can
raise from it is limited by tho amount of
water available Situated where his plantation
is. to plant cane and not irrigato it,
is simply to court loss. Now the amount
of water, which Mr Spreckels has, is in
the opinion of very capable judges, not
luucii more man sumcient to water Ins
present area of cultivation, how then can
ho "expand suddenly " to 10.000 acres. It
is simply nnposible to "expand" his
plantation suddenly to that acreage with
the means of irrisration which he has at
Then as to the laying down of bugar at
one cent a iiound in San Francisco, including
freight, cultivation, manufacture,
insurance, etc, such a boast tung have been
made, but asturedlv it -was an cmritv nno
At the lowest estimate of reliable figures
that we ha-e seen made, tho cost of maturing,
catling, delivering and manufacturing
a pound of sugar is 31 cents, and
this at tho door of the sugar house, cost
of land transport, freight, insurance nnd
commission have to bo added on to this
after the leaves tho mill. Tim ral
culation we refer to was based on a supposed
yield of four tons to tho acre;
calculations havo been rnado and it
has been shown that the average yield per
acre in the Hawanan Islands is only a little
over three tons, so that we have given the
Pieaguiir a favorable rather than an unfavorable
calculation Xo. when sugar is
laid down at one cent a nound in Sin
rrancisco, wo should like to havo somo
stock in Hie concern that can iln if nnd
should recommend the Pteauanc edit- in
fcell out and come and try his luck in Ha
waii. At present however, no such brilliant
chances are before him, and ho had
better stick to his newspaper. AVo believe
tho 1'iraymtt receives the Hawaiian 1'Utnlm'
JUtilUv: before another article on tho Ha
waiian sugar question is penned wo would
recommend that tho files be read up: such as
nonsense as anncars in the article in
tion would not liavo been written had this
been studied. in
There is one warning however, that our
people should take, and that is not make
vague statements as to the capabilities of
lands, they aro fertile certainly, bnt
Ihey aro not so much better than those of
other tropical countries. People -like to
speak of extraordinary yields from certain
favored .snots: :ivern"rc vieliit nrrt
wliat ought to be given: six tons to tho
acre hat been obtained, but not as an en
crop: the habit iof exaggeration is
trong in Tery rnanvinen: they like i to tell
their but moderate
rcctct xSiSS. fy
ir h6rs I
jiuic. .. .
mates, andneitherovernor under estimates
are the things required.
"Oslt forty nine thousand: and of these
438 arc confirmed lepers, and then add
about 300 more not yet in tho sad limbo of
Molokai, and we have about 700 lepers.
Seven hundred living dead Kanakas."
Tido Xalov of March 11th, 1873. Tho
number of natives has not certainly increased
since then, but the number of
lnmr. Imc TTnnn the text above ouoted.
tho editor of tho JViiAw, now tho Premier
of the Kingdom, preached n moving sermon.
Ho calculated that of tho Hawaiian
mr there was then but 20,000 healthy
ones. He waxed eloquent over tho condi
tion of affairs lie was most sarcastic
npon the uniforms of Ministers and others,
flint. Thon it had no uniform, and no orders
now he has.) He said "wo flaunt our
gay feathers of meaningless uniforms before
the mocking eyes of real power and
prosperity wo strut like mountebanks in
trappings that do not belong to us and
doff them when the show is over, to go
back to our real dirt and cheese and beer'
This was fine, and tho writer drew a
moral, the then Ministry were doing these
things, as for him he '-could not sport or
spend the emoluments of place in peace,
or mock a land with the pomp and circumstances
and paraphernalia of a great State,
from which land goes up an overpowering
chorus of decav, and the everlasting wail
So much for that writer in 1873. Seo the
samo man in 18S3. From tho demagogue
ho then was, he has turned in to tho
Minister; andnowthongh "the
land" gives forth a sadder "chorus of decay,"
and the " everlasting wail of death "
is more piercing than ever, ho is content
" to strut like a mountebank in his trappings,"
to allow tho wasto of public funds
for follies and extravagancies: to play the
fool and dazzle tho Monarch ho servesso
badly, with dreams of an cnipirnwluch
cannot be realized, and which, even if realized,
ho could not control.
The wail of the leper rings londcrin
this year of grace, 1SS3, than ever it did in
1873 "What cares tho Premier for tho
wail, nothing! his ears aro now stuffed with
official pap, and as long as enough can be
wrung out of the kanaka and tho foreigner
to pay for his own schemes and to give
support to his relations and particular
friends, why tho "overlasting w ail of death"
will never reach tho tympanum of the of
But this leprosy matter cannot be put
aside, it mat bo heard. Aro things to go
from bad to worse, simply becauso an unprincipled
demagogue has chosen to climb
to power by unscrupulous acts, and having
reached his misciablo goal, fairly blocks
good government. Tho present position
of affairs must bo met and fought. Spasmodically
the xvresent government does
something in regard to leprosy, but they
only act when public opinion, as expressed
by the free press of tho country, forces
them to action. Xothing is douo without
compulsion. Since thouiscussionof this
terrible question has been dropped, how
manv lepers havo been sent toMolokait
Tho "Secretary of tho Board of Health is invited
Tho timo is rapidly coming on when our
venal and callous Ministry will havo to
render an account of their stewardship, and
no matter will bo moro closely gone into
than this question of leprosy. It is a disgrace
and ti shamo that to little has been
done by them: nmplo funds havo been
laced at their disposal, and they havo
S nttcred away these means on tho "pomp
and circumstances and paraphernalia of o
great (t) State."
In dealing with tho leprosy question
tho Premier had an opportunity for retrieving
tho ill-smelling reputation which
ho unfortunately has. Ho has neither
dealt with it nor left it thoroughly alono.
A few half measmes havo been carried
out, somo self denying ladies hac been
induced to como hero and look after tho
sick But no general Echemo for stamping
out this fell destroyer of Hawaii, this ugly
snake that lies coiled in tho most beauteous
valleys of the group, waiting forthoso
who may carelessly approach it, has ever
Iipon even Dronoed bv this man who ten
years ago, when ho was not in office, when
he was seeking to get somo foothold on
tho political ladder, was most earnest in
his invocthes against tho then Ministers
In 1873 only 49,000; 700 lepers, and only
20,000 pure and sound Kanakas. In 1883
n serious inroad has been niado on the latter
figures: syphilis.leprosy nndpulmonary
comjplaints havo been doing their dread
work, and -within a year another demon
has been added to eat away tho lifo blood
of this peoplo: freo rum. Freo leprosy
and freo ram will soon reduce that -10,000
AViies, on tho last day of the last session
of the last Legislature, tho then Ministry
perpetrated tho most discreditable action
they had as yet attempted, and rushed
through iti final stages the Act depriving
the Bench of Judges of their power of approving
or rejecting Governors', that is,
Crown nominees for district justices, beyond
doubt tho first Monday of January,
1SS4, was present to tho prophetic vision
of our far-seeing Premier. -Not content
with the voting power of tho military and
polico lorces, by tuis master stroKo 01 constitutional
policy, they havo mado depend
ants of tho "Chairmen of tho Board of In
spoctors lo conduct the elcctiont and decido
on the qualifications of otcrs in each district,"
add to these tho crowd of deputy
suentis, road supervisors, tax assessors
and collectors, all wholly or in great do
greo dependent on their salaries, which
again aro dependent on the interpretation
of "good behavior" by tho gov, ernors, it
may bo seen nt onco what an uphill battlo
an independent candidate has to fight.
From what tho Premier has already told
of his idea of the functions of the Crown
in its bearing on tho internal politics of
tho country, thero can bo littlo doubt of
thouses to which tho influence of all these
various functionaries will bo put on tho
occasion of tho coming election. There
are however, able and disinterested men
bold enough to facothoodds againsttheni,
and carry tho warfare into tho enemies'
camp. Thoso who wish well to tho
well to such men, and onjrht to
render all tho assistance in their power to
uio canuiuaturo oi men, wnoso Known
character in professional or mercantile lifo
authorizes the expectation of an able and
upright conception of tho duties and responsibilities
of a representatne.
Tho timo has como when tho greediness,
self-seeking, and puerilities of recent legislators
may bo looked upon as things of
the nasi, thinirs Hint bv no
may bo Tho timo has como
when tho votes of a Houso of
should no longer call forth tho pitying
sigh of friends, or tho contemptuous
fcneer of critics, at homo and abroad. It
is timo that the records of tho Legislature
shall no longer exhibit such entries as
have latterly degraded tho character of
tho Assembly, when wo may no longer
read that on snch a day the Legislate
Assembly voted to each member so many
jKiage stamps nnu so many snoots 01 pa
per with envelopes to match, when thoy
voted to each member a photograph of tho
statue, when a vote was proposed that each
member bo supplied with a suit of clothes t
to attend at a funeral, or when they can
supply themselves by vote with hack carriages
to go and seo somebody's new well.
Ior is it only this puerility and petty
wastefulness which should be extinguished.
Tho graver complaint lies beyond nnd be
hind, or it ought to bo better said it lies
higher up! Who aro they, exuberant in
tneir love lor tlio Hawaiian, overwhelmed
with patriotism (and place hunting) who
havo countenanced and even encouraged
theso follies, that in return their schemes
of extravagance and shoddy pomposity
might bo carried, who systematically threw of
out a sprat that they might hook a cod,
who had no objection to Legislators providing
themselves with a packet of
or a new coat apiece, if in return the
votes wero secunxl for a few score
thousands of "dollars for useless " armed
force,' for useless "purchase of ordnance,"
for useless " foreign missions," for useless
ana worse Uian useless extravagancies at
home and abroad, indeed as to tho latter,
tho Foreign Minister treats this kingdom
a quack does his patent medicine, and
thinks that bv dint of reckless ontlav in
advertisements, he may pick up something
the long run, and as to decoration hunt-
ing, it may bo admitted tbat his policy is
Tint rritVinli ennnaen
What is vranted for tho troodnf ihit
conntry is a firm and corapactbody of real
representatives, who shall prick ihis in to
flatcd bladder of advertising- quackery and
throw the collapsed rerrjruns tinder foot.
TJicre are good hopes that candidates may
come forward and Etand beforo tho constituencies
on tho plain platform of nbility
and integrity. Men Tfho havo built up or
carried on great mercantile houses in tho j"f
city, orvrnonavo condncted great indns riUte
inm tmaertajangs in the producing ais
tricts shonldHe chosen to represent their
respective A fair sprinkling of
such men thrlugnont tho Assembly would
servo to scasdb it with common sense, and
keep in tho background tho childish greed
of nominees. Had tho last
Assembly colitained a fair proportion of
such men ai has has been indicated, we
should not lavo seen tho disgraceful attempt
of tho ato session to force a prorogation
and re assemblage in order that tho
hungry ones might at onco secure for
Vimidttt tho advantago of tho increased
pay they had just voted for themselves.
In a good House of Beprescntatives may
be found good Ministers, and from good
Ministers may bo expected good advico lo
tho Crown and good servico to the State.
For nigh two years past we have had
what has como to bo known as a kaleidoscopic
government, a mere twist of tho
wrist and tho bits of colored glass chango
place, another ovist and ono piece disappears
and another takes its place, the combinations
are sometimes gorgeous lo tho
eye, but wo know that tho component parts
are merely rattling rubbish.
Such are the administrators wo havo
had of late, it is now timo that kaleidoscopes
with their bits of tawdry nothingness
be put aside.
An anecdote is told of an Autocrat in
Europe, which runs somehow this way.
The King taking a stroll through his metropolis
observed a flaming placard on a
wall, ho examined it and found it to contain
a very serious indictment of his sys
tem of government; his secretaries and
aides do camp expected immediato orders
to tear down tho complaint, search out the
offender and bring him to dire punishment.
Tho King however, merely said
"my peoplo and I understand ono another
they may say what they like, and I am
to rule as I like." but that was a hundred
years ago, and the Autocrat was Frederick
I.v a rt port lately read before tho Mormon Church
dignitaries m Utah, relative to the Mormon mission
in these islands, tho statcmentsaDpcarcdth.it
" the membership tn Hawaii was 3,GU0, that the
Island Church owns n largo sugar plantation and
the mission Is flourishing." Mention is mads of
Kintr Kalakaua'a nresence at the Church Confer
ence, held at Laic last beptember.
llr the last steamer news was received that. "In
adispntcn to the Department of btate, Jiolhn M.
Daggett, United Statct Minister resident at Honolulu,
reports that nt a meeting of tho Hawaiian
Cabinet the resolution of ApnlO. 1833, protesting
against tho further immigration of Chinese
male laborers into tbe Hawaiian Islands, was
censidered. A resolution was ndoptcd, instead,
authorizing the invnigratiou thither of such labor,
crs, under certain restrictions, at a rate not exceeding
000 in any three mouths., 'lhe reason
is understood to bo owing to the great number of
Chinese laborers who annually return to China
on tho expiration of their contracts.
Tins Xcw York Sation, one of the best edited and
most carefully written journals of the Last, furnishes
nntcriat that might havo been added to the
lato political parallel, drawn by a cotemporary, between
the political head of Massachusetts nnd too
political head of this Kingdom. 'llio.Vudwi s.-na:
" Sow the Kcpublicans havo to deal with a mm
who has no opinions to be attacked nnd no public
chiracter, properly to called, aside from his private
character, to be criticized and tho peoplo aro
somewhat puzzled to know how to manago him.
To desenba his (Butler's) career in tho simplest
and most dispassionate language, is however,
really personal abuse. Nobody can tell the story
of his life in n truthful way without offending biin,
or making it difficult to meet him socially without
embarrassment, and yet the story of his lifo has to
bo tho chief feature ain all political attacks on
A of the Pacific lEoral Ww, who
has visited theso Islands, writes as follows, of tho
requisites of a plantation miiuagcr: Tho manager
of a plantttion to be successful, must bo Jack of
all trades nnd have a smattcringof all professions.
He has all kinds of peculiar matters to settle
among his laborers, particularly when different
nationalities aro employed. Ho is generally the
of the plantation, and giies medicines,
rcsses wounds and bruises, pulls teeth, etc., and
doctors all invalids who aro not seriously ailing.
When really in need of medical assistance, they
are sent to a hospital, nnd remain there at tho expense,
of their employer until convalescent. The
nctioi.s of tho laborers aro often most amusing.
If mediciuo is given lo one, all of his friends who
imagino tint they luve Urn least ailment of any
kind, no matter ho trivial, want a doso of the
same kind, nnd fcl slighted if it bo not given tu
them, 'this i.i puticularly tho caso among the
Portuguese, ' ost o whom are from are Azore
Islam's. thii..B of tho laborers are not very
cleanly about their houses, and every Sunday morning
n tour of their quarters is inndo and tho sar
roundings inspected. If an eve were not kept on
them, their carelessness would no doubt be tho
cause of much sickness. At tho timo of the writer's
visit thero was only ono ott tho sick list a South
Sea Islander, suffering from an incurable injury
of the foot. Theso peoplo from the northern
groups havo not proved successful as laborers,
seeming to possess weak constitutions.
The &. F. .ljr7ian,crer activeiu tho defence of
Hawaii in interests, takes up in its issno of Oct.
2Clh, ono of the many charges preferred as a
reison for tho abrogation of tho lteciprocity
Treat, and as follows:
"As ono of the charges against the Hawaiian
treaty, was that sugar was doarer in this city stneo
the treaty than before, we havo prepared a tablo
of the prices of refined sugar, crashed, in barrels,
in tho first week of the mouth of January, April.
July and October in each year from lSbS to 1870
inclusive ; nnd also from 1677 to 1833, inclusive.
Wo give the tablo Lelow. Tho annual average
price in the former period varied from 16 cents in
1609 to UK cents in 18S3 ; the moan average of the
samo year was 13 cents, "ho lowest average in
the second period was in tho vear 187D, namely
10 nnd the highest in 1880 when it was IL The
mean nverago of tho seven years since tho treaty
is UK, or nearly ono and one-half cents less than
previous to tho treaty.
BErnnr, the trb tTr.
Jan. Jliril. Jt). Oct. .lrrroffe.
iwvt . ..n'i 14 H!i 'i
181X1. ..17 ITii ?. I. if,
ln... ..II n It m n
1S71 .13 ii 'i mi
187! ..ll'i 12!, if lS'S 13',
1ST! -.12 1U 11 11!
1171 . ...114 U', K'Si lilt 11",
11T3 , ..ll'i II :i!i 12 11
1BT6 .!-: 11 i 'i;t i.
3tcan arrraze of the shove nine yiar, 13.16 ccnlc
A1TZR TnE TSEATr.
1S7T 13 r.'i 12i 11
1S7S... . ..lltt 11H 11H li'i mi
1S7D.. lU"f 10',
lb).. . l."i 11 111 US
1!S1.... -.12', ISk us
IG ..111 12" Hit
1S8I... ...tl mi iii in, ms
cin, II J4 ccntf.
3Iean average of the above seven
FURNISHED ROOMS cat and cosily Fur
nlebcd Itooiru can he Jiad bran early application at
(933) h.0 i OAIEDEN LAXE
American Walt ham Watches
Awarded Two Gold Jlcdals The onlxuicdilaavntrd
cdforAWches, Jtclbourae International Kxiibitlon,
The only Gold .Medal, also, tltriu epcclal and tour
firet prizes, 1S7J.
Tlie Gold Medal, rarls,lS;8. Four FIl l'riie
I'UlladrlphU, 1376. .
Ttiennequvledaccesof tlicso Cclebrntcd Watches
has produced a Iiost of northkis imitations. Jluycrs
will observe the Trade Mark., VaUham, Jlasi,'
oh the plate of all Genuine WalUtam Watch ts
Uold rases arc f tamped A. . Co., lSk.. or Uk,; and
blUcr case are ctaaiped.Aiucrican Watch Company,
Waitluin,31ai. fctcrllus. S)S1 lj
JrT" Holrcee of all r hades arc tu be bad at
7 A.M. 3n;LMS 101 Fort. M
tT Tho ZfovcHIcs yoa will find at
967 A.JI.MF.IiMS, 1011'orlM.
CJT Au end lea variety Lace FicLoa to be bad at
'J07 A.3I. MIXI.IS'.IOI l'rM
EST All a Ie and eolers of lloalery to be found at
907 A. n. 31 lil.LIV, 1U1 I'ort St.
K5" A Ijrgc Aeeortmcnt of Uroeadcs can )m ucen at
667 AM 3IEIjI.IV.10i Tort LSI.
tsf' For n ctMafortatle or well flltlcr. Corset, go lo
nr; a ji.3ii:i.i.i, loiicriM.
PERSONS AIU: IIEItUHY
ractlonctt ajraluat harboring or linsUn? mr Mlfc,
Kalialcona Loko llricrljr on mjr account. a f trill, sftpr
hie date, par no debt of her contractlnf
llonolnla. Kor 13th, 1SS1 9j 3.
rpillZ lJUtilNrSS IIEKKTOli'OICi:
JL eiiitln ander the stjle of V II. HEED will bo
continued under lhe Mile raanageaient uf O. F.
tlieconnMtlon of II. A. llridzee tjrith the abore
liarlnj ceucd on tne lah Inst J AJ E S. HEED
$10 REWARD !
Tiiu AllOVK IlITWARD WIIT, UK
JL raid br the Proprietor? of the HAWAII K
UAZLTTE and the I'roorletora or tbe FAVltJl
COJtilEJICIALADrEJtTlSElt. jointly, to nj per-
ron who trill InrniDli the Information nece?irj to in
nre the courlctloa of the perron, or penons, w).ode
f.ced 1.1th printer. Ink the nlndowa. etc.
the O AZ ETTE Balldins on the nl;ht bt litem the
loth and lClh Icf tint. im
Lost ! Strayed ! or Stolen !
iV FROM TJIK X'KEMISES OF
r O.ll. KISIAKOA. at JI.LaVa. Kan Ilairall.
October isih, INvl, belorclnz to the cnderslned, Ono
White Ilorrc, nrandeU p L on one Uilli Any person
finding aald hone rrill be snitably rer anted by the
on dellrcrj lo the owner, or to any llcpaty
bhrrtff oc lllrtrlcl 3aizM of llatrsti todelirerto the
nnaenipnea. r. s. LYMAN.
llilo. Ifamil. Nor 12th, ISC xh it
ATR. 1', -V. DIAZ HAVING
JjJL posed of hi. Interest Id the IteUll Dry Good
bueinro at So. Si Ilctel atreel to 31r. M. A. Gonsalrtu,
late partner, be U no longer rcsponetble for the
debts of Mid bnainera. P. A DIAZ
Honolulu, Nor lan. 19SS.
TIIK UNDEBSIGKIID GIVJiS
lietrttl aborlly open Uie new rtore vn
Kice rlrcet,ncsr 3Ieasr Cattle A Cooke'f , rrltfa aa
entlreljf new Stock of
ErT Goods, Clothing. Fancy Goods,
whlb be cordlany Inrltes tbe attention of blf
friend.' ana tn jiauuc rfencrsuy
S55 P. A. SUZ.
rrirt UNDKRSIGNED HAVING
bti a doJTpyo,ntctl AJtnlnIUtcr of UiCcfUtB
clilms D?t eaia ealiUijr bcrsbynoiificd to trt
i, T " a aaaa a. .a. H.VHUM va4 tui ati ut tutJilll
Miott .xrbJLrmJ; juid all pcrvons iciebtcd ta theid
o niaVLai" iramruisir psrcii
" - '
The Stock of the
Furniture M'fg. Go,
WILL BE SOLD AT
MUCH REDUCED HATES !
Business will be Closed up
Early in December.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent.
BARGAINS FOR ALL.
Fal and Lean Purses Suited I
Great 10 Cent Store
Wm. JOHNSON, : : : Manager.
Fort btrect, opposite MclIU', and examine
the Large aad Varied
STOCK OF JEWELRY:
Rings, Breast pin, Mecic Buttons, Clm(n
TOYS, 370"y s
Doll Picture llookf. Wazont. niocU.
Harmonicas. Floti t. acconlttrar, t IiUUm
ZDOEfST GOODS !
Ilnery, GloTMtToneIt HamikmliUf, Napkin
House Furnishing- Goods,
Saucepans. KtU!c, rio Plate. Tin Palls, Cupr.
Plates, Jlosticbe Cop, and a Jareaat of
Perfumery, Soaps, Stationery, &c.
ConiprUin, alloscthrr,0cr 10,UO0 Articles
Music for the Million
ZMV Copies of b licet Music, consisting of Selections
from the Worts of tbe
EVI ost Rioted Musicians.
Only 10 Cents.
FOR RAN FRANCISCO
Tin. Flm Nvw Clipper llrlsantlne
ga V 111. jr. ,:&
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort,
I'orfrcljtlit or passage apply to
'Jit Y. O. IRWIN 4 CO, AcnU.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE HAWAIIAN HAItK
Wilinave Quick Dispatch fortheabovoFort
For lartbcr patticnlar, apply to
US3 r. A hCHAEKEIt A CO., Ajrntt.
The A-l Clipper TJarnnc
Will be due here on her way to IlonWon",
On or about the 20th inst.
She has superior accommodations for passengers;
having a House on Deck, which is well calculated for
comfort And convenience. The rcsscl will remain In
Honolulu for a few days, to cItp time for thoss wishing
to tflVepjsfoge, an opportunity to make preparations.
Price of Cabin Passage $ -10
House on Deck 2.i
Between DtcXs a)
For further Partlcu'ara apply to
ilOLLEfa X CO Acrnts.
FOU SAN FKANOISCO.
THE Al IIJtlTItJH BARK
-v Lady Lampson,
Will have (luick Dispatch for above Port
For Freight antl PaaMu Aiipljr to,
1HJ V HIlEWElt .t CU ,
ioii sax mvcinru
t Ilyof Ivltln tm or atmnt Not. 10
Lltrof Nun nrL . - 13
Australia " '
Zealandla ' Dec. Z)
t'ltjr of Sjdney ' " Jan.SU
roil ALCKLIMI i IIIISBV
7cal.in.lia on or abont Oct. 23
City of !jtlncj " - Dec 1
Au.tralia ' " "33
Zealariilla .. , Jan 20
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Will Run Hog1 Jnr for Koim ami Knu
From Honolulu at lp.iu. on
Tuecdajr. Oct.. .. K Tuesday. Not I 50
Frldar. Oct ...19 Frldar, ioy 50
Tnetday. Oct.. . ..;m Tneeitar.Ilcc I!
Frldkr, Nov ... . "i Frliaj, Dec a
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p. m., on
Tuedar. Oct lG.Tncdajr Nor. . . .37
Frldar. Oct 0 trlJar.Dec "
Tncadar, Nor GjTiicicJar, Dec.
Friday, Nor 16Frldar,n .
Stmr. C. R. BISHOP,
Leaves Honolnln every Monday, at 5 p.m., for
ftawiliwili, K0I03, Eleele & Waimea, JTanai.
Returning, Leaves Uawiliwili Every Friday
Stmr. JAS. TffAKEE,
leaves Honolulu every Thursday, at 3 p. m.
for iiapaa & Kilanea. Betnrning, Leaves
Kauai every Monday, at 4 p. ra, and touching
at Waianae both ways, on Monday" at 4
p. m., and Thnrsdays at 3 p. ra. respectively.
car OFFICE nf the Company, foot of Kllaoca Mreet,
nranhe PMHSWIurf. 977 If u
AVonld Inform lilt frlendt and Ibe pnblle generally that
he win open tie 5ETV STOKE, So. HOKloj SL,
Undir Harmony Ilall (Way" Blocl),
On or about December 1st, 1883
With a New and Stock of
Groceries & Provisions
Cg- Further prtienUr Utcr. 0TJ tf
Fowler's Patent tramway,
5 pound Iiiili. It pound Kails,
i Will teMid lo tlote a cuniipiatnli,
933 U. EEEWEU & CO.
w fr $& j1 "
jx i a. jsr
Carriage Manufacturing Oomp'y.
Successors to GIDEOK WEST.
Carriages, Wagons ami Carts
Unlit and Impaired in Style ami Durable MftttMr.
Has Also on Hand For Sale,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES.
HUBS. SrOKES. FELLOES, ItlMS.
SHAFTS, OAK. ASH. WHITE WOOD,
HICKORr BAH IltOX. BOUND L'WN. STKBL.
NORWAY IltON, arI nOHSESllOK SHAPES,
or noon fi.iihii asd srrraiion qiMiirn'
All sorts of forced apd malleable Materials kept in stock for the trade, snei as HORSE-SHOES.
FIFTH-WHEELS, BOLTS. BRANDS. NUTS. WASHERS, FELLOE l'LATES, B1YETS
MATES, COCK-EYES, AXLE CLIPS, FERRULES, round and square.
VSTlicols 3&Zac3.o to
TO STAND ANY ROCOH CSAOES, AT VERY LOW 1UTB6.
-TIT K I.ir Rtvk of KPItlNflS n,l AXT.TS.
tla?tng a Mannfactarinr; Department onrselTes, we are Letter acaoaintcd wltb the mutt of &.
trade, and no shall endetror to make a specialty of keeping EVER YTHIN'Q on band nsed fat bsfldtas
a Von or Carriage as heretofore ; there has been a (treat want of Stock la oor litM, incHapemaMe to
Wajron Bnildmir, and necessary In consistinR in adaptable artielea. DpeoHar to
150 Xons Best Blacksittitlis9 ml
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Two-Wheel Brakes, Manufactured in our own Factory, 25 per Cent.
032 Cheaper than Imported Brakes.
Everything Must Go !
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE
A. M. MHI.I.XS'
104 Fort St.
Commencing Saturday, November 10th. Entire Stock
Marked down regardless of Cost or Value.
NO HUMBUG !
Everything Marked in Plain Figures and Sold lor Cash Only.
W. R. BUCHANAN.
Pianos, from f 75 to (
Orrjans from HO to $250.
Gnitars from $1 to $100.
Accordinns from $2 to $20.
Violins from go to $50.
Flutes froxi $2 to $2G.
Flngcletls from $1 to $8.
Clarionctis from (8 lo $50.
JInsio Boxes from $1-50 to $125.
No. 70 QUEEN STREET.
Delivery Wa jron
A Complete Assortment of
half imil Of IN'CllHD AXLKS. of all
s z z EConoliaJLix,
WEEKS ONLY !
Furniture in Parlor Sets,
Consisting of 7 Pieces, Hanging in Price
From $90 to $200.
Odd Parlor Chairs from 10 to ?50 each.
Rattan Rockers for children and adnlts,
$2.50 to $1G.
Dining Oak Chairs 61.75 to $2.50.
and Walnut Marble-Top from $9.50 to $75.
Wardrobes from $10.50 to $25.
Dining Tablos from $1.25 to 44.50 per foot
in AbU and Walnut.
Bedroom Sets from $3G to $175.
OIL PAINTINGS FROM $1.50 TO $200.
Water Colors from S1.50 to S70.
Stcol Engravings from S2 to $50.
Anfolypes from $1 to SO.
Colored Photographs from 83 to $40.
Ghromos it colored Lithographs 50ots to? 10
Every Stylo and Size of Pietnro Frames
from 10 cenfS to $100.
Window and DoorCornices from $2 to S50.
Hanging Baskets from 50 cents to S3.
lianjos from $3.50 lo J20.
Tambourines from $'J to 10.
Conccrtiuas from S2.50 lo $20.
Jlosic Raks from 5 lo 25.
Harmonicas from 25 cents to i'J.
Quilnr, Violin and Ifeinjo Striogs frnm
cents to $1 eacli.
Violin, Banjo ami Collo Uritlges.
Repairs for all kinds llnsical ItistrumenU.
Douglas OlEco ChajM from $2 to 3.
High Chairs from 1.50 to $d.
Grecian Chairs from $1.25 to $2.
Wood Scat Chairs from 75 cents to $1.
Ebonv and Plush. Walnut
Writing Desks from $5.50 to $50.
Sida Boards from $40 to S100.
Mirrors from $1.50 to $75, ranging in size
from SxlO to incbos.
Poles and Rings from S2.50 to 81(5 each.
Brackets from 25 conto to 118, in Walnnt,
Kbony, Ebony A Gold, Asli.Gherry.Koa,.
Boquet Tablot, and Smoker's Tables from
2.50 to S25.
Book Shelvoe, from $2.50 to $11.
EasiU from 25 cent to $7.50.
Artist'ii Kasels from 91.50 to $2.
Work Baskotw from 2.50 to $20.
and Birthday Cards,
to $12 Each.
Price in Toys
Japancso Tea Sett
Bronze, Clay, and I'lasler Figurew,
Steamboats, Stonm Engines, Noah's Arks,
rVc, (fc., ACf rze., dc.
other Islands -will Receive
"X.Mercliant and IXlhel nttoeU, Uom.lala.
iron ' till 9 o'clock A. 31., for tha dctiaaTj of
p Ar' Vi- .nt on iia a...vi n..,ln ,.t ,
can lo tiqrchasori : 1, 2, 5k 5, 10, 12, 15, IS,
2 and 3 craJ.. each, and re..ly posul. of 3
be prepaid bi ifcmai.an stanui oulr.
Ar i.;- ....
.-. - fee of
and lo any couslry in tl PcajUl Ueioti, oa
mailable, articles, not exceeding four pounds ir
mails only, on prepayiaest of on.
to foreign countries (axeept books only), ,f
O.f KAUAI. o5"OAIII
21 Money Order Ofilce.
for Monoy Orders, payable, in tfce Urrilid
in tnis urngaorn; and tber will be drawn at
Order Office in the United States, af which a
Uaited States, after January 1st, 1881,
Xmas, New Year's, Easter
From 5 Cents
Every Style and
Dolls, Games, Baso Ball Gooda,
Croquet Sets, Ton-Pins, Hnsks,
Toy Pistols, Paper Caps,
Toilet Sots, Vasoa,
-ST Orders From tlie
Prompt and Careful
Tho aeneralPotlofficcia located on tbe corner
Tlio office is closed on all Hawaiian Holidays.
On Sunday, the General Delivery will be open
island mails arriTing on that daj.
On Saturday, tbe office is closed nt 2
steamer in the nftcrnoon of that day.
?J s5 fnP of tho folIovTinr denominations
25,50andl00ccpts. Also, Postal Cards oil,
All leucr and newspapers aent abroad moat
iiCitcns. or Packages, ma be rrrUtrml t
len Cents in 4dditon to the regnlar postage:
payintnl of Fiftscn Cents, tu addition to the
Packages or pa reels of merchandise or other
r.n?'W and conveyed in the
centMronncepilUge. Parcels are not mailable
exceeding 8 onaces in weight.
OS KATTAII. OX MAUI.
litMrJ,iei1,t J Jan,my' l881' "Pplicafjoca
-.-., .., miuo n anJ jjoney uraer umca
iuo ueneni tr oat Office, Honolnln, on any Money
list can be seen by inanirintr at anv Hanriikn
Likewise. Money Orders may bo drawn in the Payable
at any Money Order OSce in fnT tTInarlmo.
Uonolnlu, October ,1863.
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and Othor Lato Arrivals,
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