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JM COMMERCIAL. ISLAND LOCALS. I Stripped for the Rac. f I ATCCT CnDCIPM MCUTO I and Mexican Mftilrf. .,. concluded .-i t T I mmmmmmmmmmmm''
1H . - . i - -- i v ii uii ii b n o convention roviding for r. a of postal uirm I 'rfnrt.rm CSaImt
llasincfs daring the week pitt has hown tome
tltht eljuB of rrrlralln local Hnet of tradt, tbe. cood
nwB of redaction In rates of exchange tending to
loner prices cf many cotomodltiee. Late from
the Coast Utc that there la an act Ire demand for raw
ttnsar. and con tinned etronc adrlcca from both Europe
Mnd Cnla hare resulted tn a firm and hUher market.
Fair IteflnlDs hare eold at 5 centa, and Centnf osilt at
an adrance of Inllr 3 16 cent alncronr lat newt. There
in howcTer a certain uncertainty and altboiiffh fitUlcct
from New Vork and San Francffco fay that the statistical
condition there of local tock la favorable, the
European prodnctlon of Beet Soar will contlnne an
Important factor in the market until the dunesf tons of
the present crop hare become more definitely deter-mined.
The etnir Ttordeanx wiled forSan Francisco Tcterday
with a partial ero. and the steamer Marlpon la doe
from tlienee on the tfth tnf U with news and mall datoa
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Novl I'MKS City of Sydney, Dearborn, from b Fran
1- UlUM frigate IrSns Adalbert, Men! n;r. from
Nor 1 OSS Alameda, 51 owe, for San Frandwi
i rjitTtuityoi Kjmney, iearwrn, ioTpyaney
4-Fr etmr Bordeaux, inn llpot, for San FrancUco.
Veuels In Port
JI I O M Incatc run Adalbert, 2ten1n;
Am eblp Eldorado. Ilnmphrcy
Fr Itrtj; Tawcra. la Goen
Am bk C&ibarirn, Ilnbhard
llaw brl IIarard.T1cn.cy
I.rl.k Ophelia, Mnddrel
Am bk Mcholan Thayer, Croby
Itr bk Varnna, Ingram
Am Geo fe Homer, 2crry
Am bk Martha Darli, Benton
Am bktnc W II IMmond, Uondlett
Am bktne Ella, Heme
Report of l'MSK City of Sydney, Dearborn.
DUcharcrd ban Franclfco ttllotOctZtthat
3:SUpm,andarrlvedlnportXoTltat)0 . m, with 5
and 22 baps mail for Honolnln; at the IS F
lead passed u Hawaiian rchooner painted white.
bound In; had plcaeant weather and llrht winds the
For San Prandrco, per AUmeda.or 1 Snrar, rice,
banana-!, rnnrcanc, specie (1,321.30), etc; domestic
valne.SlOCWl; Jordan Talne.S31.0cC'.
From liTwall and ManL per FJanter. JI
Ilayaelden, wife and 8 children, JIUi Albro, W F 2Uy,
Master Major Cooke, C H llcJeloa and wife. Mlrs Ja-hi
on. Mr hckalkuihala.
From Windward rorU, per KInan,NoT 1-J O Carter,
lion J L Kanlnkon. Hon D II Sanlno. Mill II Kino, F
II Annln.AhanatJ 7fWrlsht,U I' Wilder, J
I Thompwm.T Wilder and -"-errant, J Xl
W J Santo. Mrs C btlllman, Mlis K
M. Clara Low. ilafter 2 P Parker.
From Hamakna, per C n Btrhop, Not 2 I)r Herbert
From ban Francisco, per City of Sydney, 2ot l Mra
Capuin Berry and danjhter; and) cabin pasienpere
in trautlt for the Colonies.
From Kauai, per Iwalani. Xot HTXU Ex JM
wife and rrrrantB, Mien L Kapcna, Ills Ex Oot
V 1' Kanna and wife, Mra MK Kapena. J W Alapai
and wife, Mtesbophle bhfldon, Mifi Lilly Richards,
Campbell, Chas Uay, Mrs FFeters and Kin, J Mahoc,
From Maul and Alolokal, icr LiktllL. . Nor T "S
Maker. W 11 Com well. Cart J Itn, K II 1'Iato and Z
rhlldrrn. A Darnce, Mrs Kelly. M I'lco, Jllfs bawycr,
W K Mycr, Brother Lambert. L Von Tempeky. J Aka
and wife, L Ahlo. T 8 Kay, Mrs J V Taylor.
For San Francio, per Alameda. NoTt W G Irwin.
MrsJodrellall.JItb Kynnereley.J K Mackenzie, B
Knehn, 3Uss Ida Ilerrlck. b Cohen, W AuHln Whil
inp, G Anstln Whltlnr. W It Ilollmer, Loin Tons aud
wiir.Lnm Fnl.Mrs Miranda and danchter,
J It Itecd, Mrs A M Mcllle, T J Lcaby, Myron II
Jmim,C W Brewer, S 5 Gntle. b Cutis, Xr C O
Judftc II A. Widcmann, Mrs Jas Uayeclden and 3
children. C Bolte. K II riateandSchlldrrn, F Lalon.
II It Jndah.J W Forbea, II E Taylor. Fred M Fisher
and lady, Mra M Tray, F baza. II D Kolerte, J Enos. II
Kroger, wife and daughter.
HONOLULU STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
Session. Wednesday. Oct. 21th. 1881.
SncjaT Stock: fAn. i iu. asked
ILIkn bngar Co liiw j
Koba'.t Sncar Co aw
The rrinccrllle I'lant Co. ll
W.iloLn &n?ar Co 1U0 io
lUw ArlCDHnral Co 1(W tgo
IV Surm Co KM
Uoimmialo Jjojtar Co UK)
HoooLaa Sncar Co SMI , "
Tli Kolua bojar Co 10U0 jiyr)
Ook.l. Snjir Co 1UI
Walhrc tujar Co KM) ..
I'Mifit Soxtr llll 500
Ktlftup. bQfrsr Co lout
Hllra Mljar Co VI '..I
Jrove Kancli Co 250 "Am
Union Mill Co 10U0
TW ler .bare paid ni).
Mar Mill Co , 3hj . . iVj
Ket Maul 1'l.nUtlon Co. 1
Uooflita bajrar Co- 1(1
Heciprocity Suzar Co in) juj
lalahoelioe boffar Co... 1UU .......
HamaLna Mill Co KM ..I".;.;
Walkapa bnear Co 100
llalairabncarCo iui w
Uonoma Sosar Co 1U0
l'ala riaulatlon Co 100 1o 115
Hawaiian IlK Co an)
Kahnlui ltallroad Co 500 ....IUI
Telephone Stocks :
llaw llell Telnh Co 10 m
HawTVIp Co, (Maal).... 21
Kanal Telephone Co 10
llouolalu lMn Wke Co... &00 ....
C. Drcwcr &comcnHUe.. lwi ........ '"ii
lRterlsland b1. N. Co loo inn
K.rt Maul stock Co rnch. in)
i: O Hall &. Son, (Llro'ld. I 100 ""i-,
Wilder". MeanirlilpCo... 100 joq
Ilonnlnla leeWorks i im
Voodlamnl)alrr.btkCo loo ,4 "k
Katralloa llancii Co 100
llA.AUAX Goitr.'CXEXT: I
fi per cent Bond
B " " free fm Got. Tax III""!"
It " Ouomea Bonds
T " " Haw'n Ajrr'l Co.t .' "I
II. ItlEMESbCIISEIDEIt, Sec'ty.
Mortuary Report for October, 188.
Vatite of heath
; ; T a. ; i .
Lndcr 1 4 4 r. 1 5 .. 1 R Asthma 3
llo.. !.M l 1 .. , j Carbuncle... s
5lo.. W 1 1 .. .. 1 Convulsions, a
101O..201 2.. : " i 2Cronp 1
201O..1W 4 1 2 J 1 1 .. .. s 1 Consnmprn. 2
aito..4j 1.3 2.. i ri 4 1 Cancer. 2
401O..50, li 4 6 ...t S 3 Collapse.... 1
MIO..C0 5 15 .... l I r, SDeMllty 3
Wlo.. ! ..! 2 1 1 ..I" .. ..iDlarrho?.... 1
Over..3V)j 1,2 3 HH 5 J Dis'ac Heart. 4
ffliiBtw"?"! 3l 23 nDIptherU... 1
OMfwrnciK MoHtklf XorteUtf. Fever G
Ort 1ST?, deaths a- Old Are..:.. 2
Oct l!iT9, deaths ""si Oplnn 1
Oct 1S80, deaths
unknown.. . 3
w JMi, neains 40
vw to?-, ucauis rj
Oct 1W, deaths II." 51 39
I'd iggi. tieams.... gy
!' If !"arrfjor"Jm!.
llmtkt.... ..I 81 31 r..t 21-! 3 1 , ras:
these aim c 4 were residents.
1 arrived per brii Hazard.
MCKNEbS IN THE FOLLOW1NO SCHOOLS
THE MONTH OF OCTOBEIt.lSSl:
ScMrt. Bkl.l 7Vr Centage of
Von Street fechool .. .. 173 21
uorai seuool 31! 1. nearly
1'ohnl.alna School . . . . ' 100 3.Q3
bt. Alban. Collccc ... r 3Ji
ht. Louis' College 1.4-
ITe paratoiy School .... US 3.4-7
Scholara ahjtnt three or more cousrentlve dara on
ccoantof tlckncsaor allcxed sickness are reported
Jons 11. Bao.x. Aent Board of Health.
In Mcmoriom Bernlce Panahl Bishop,
rue ust or nrt kacc.
The lxnnrn now arc drooping half-mast hlh.
The bells are . Inrlnj .low and eclrmnlr!
Once Mc alas! afijng the road.
Move thr white horfts with their monrn Jnl load.
IVlille malneO drum and tall Kahilis sar.
A chief ce psttrs to her home
That liomc, where rest In eomiwfal decav.
The chlets wno ruled Hawaii's earlier da..
The gloomy portals open once
And Uironsh them pass the melancholy train.
ho 1th Md hearts and many a bitter tear
the dead chlcfess placed npou her bier!
"Star thee, thsjr danchter, alter life's brltt close
KonU and TaU peacefully repose I
J c. : Heath which tcrer'd ye, unites once more
c meet axaln upon the heavenly shorcl
So the sad rite is o'er, and all it done.
The portals close ne leave thee there alone.
"1 rt not at the lonely hearth 1
J or nnrcmembered in our honrs of mirth!
;'" '""I long distant 'rora thy place of birth.
Had learned to know thee and to prlxe thy worth
And Lncland'. 0ucen a grace! ol welcome rave
TO rar Hawaii's wanderer o'er the vare!
Long In our mcro'ry will thy virtues live'
IjMiE In onr breasts the of thee survive'
Illn we srarc thee, none can take thr place.
Thou last and noblest of a noble racl w
Will ortko Hon. Mrs. C.R. Bishop.
On- the morning of KoT.Snd, the executors of
the will of th late Hon. Mrs. C. 11. Bishop, Messrs.
C It. Bishop ahd S. M. Damon, filed a petition
for probate. The real estate was estimated at
300,000 lie personality at $75,000. The following
are the names of the devisees. Chas. K. Bishop,
H-M-Queen Emma, H. R. H. Princess
Mrs. W.F. Allen, Kaiulani Cleghom.
Bishop Dunham, Kawaiahao Church,
FamUy School for girls, Mrs. A. Haalelea,
Mrs. Antone ltosa, Mrs. Keomailani Taylor. Mrs.
INancy Ellis, Mrs. Caroline Bash. Bemice ParkN
Bernioe llates Bermee Barnard, Annie Panahl
Cleghorn, Liliah Bernice Wodehonse, Panahi Judd,
Mrs. Sarah Parmenter, Mrs. Emma Barnard,
Kaliakuakai, Kealohapauole, Kapoli Kamakan,
rfiH": "4. KoMJta, Kaakaole, Kalana,
Wpsakai. ILpikaola K. Bush,S. M. Damon,
HSSiP'wffiS'n" J"?j?,, o-T. St, Andrew
Church, Mary B.
Collins, Maggie Wynn. The
iollowing are named as txostceaot schocdstnlw
called Kamehameha Schools: "g Kshi 8 M
Damon, C M. Hyde, a M. Cooke Sawl O
An ineffectual attempt was made by the Captain
of the rrcnen bng Tawam to raise (9,000 on n
bottomry bond, for needed repairs to enable the
vessel to proceed to sea, failing which she wassold
at auction by Messrs. Lyons & Levey, on Saturday
last, and was knocked down to Mr. E.C.Bowe.
for the magnificent sum of (000. Mr. Bnwe was
also the purchaser of most of the sundries pertaining
to the brig the total amounting to the sum of
Trad winds haro been prcralent dnrine the
past week, with dry weather.
Gcoree Timoteo has been appointed second district
judge of the Kan dUtrict in Hawaii.
Band concerts at Emma Square will be recommenced
during the coming week. So clad!
The lofty tower of the Eanmakapili church
was painted during the past week by ilr A. Kerr.
Messrs. Lyons A Levey will sell the restaurant
and fixtures known as the ''Blue House," on Saturday
J. "LKaulokoa has been appointed Sheriff of
Hawaii, his appointment is published "By
The opening of the Library on Sundays is very
favorably commented on and the rooms are well
The fine band on board the German frigate
rrinzA deltxrt, now in our harbor, serenaded acting
Consul H. F. Glade, yesterday morning.
The committee baring charge of the arrangement
of the rtroorammn nfthaiiiv'tMMMni.it..
17th, have now agreed upon a list of events.
An adjourned meeting of the stockholders in E.
O. Hall & Co (Limited) will be held at the office
of the company at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The Board of Education has stultified itself in
the appointment of the Superintendent of Census.
It is not necessary, just now, to repeat ancient history.
The fashionable resort on Thursday cTcning
next will probably be the gymnasium on Fort
Street tho occasion beinc a tnweelclr fmllierinrrnf
Sharks wero quite plentiful off the entrance to
the harbor, on the morning of the 2nd inst. At
noon a Inn of dead horse was placed at their
Two slight shocks of earthquake, one following
the other in quick succession, occured at Hilo, on
Sunday afternoon, October "Sib, at 10 minutes
past one o'clock.
The nreserred bananas from the Aldfn Frnit
and Taro Company have not yet made their appearance
in the local markets of sale. Considera
ble Inqrur y for them.
The Mutual Telephone Co has got nearly all its
wires in position and the indications now are that
everything will be ready for commencing business
on January 1st 1885.
On Monday and Tuesday next, Mr. Adams will
hold a large credit sale, by order of Messrs. 1L
Hackfield A Co., of seasonable goods suitable for
th. trails of the islands.
The Gospel temperance meeting at the Bethel
Tcstry, on last Saturday evening, was fall of interest.
There will be another meeting on next
Saturday evening the 8th inst.
Deputy Attorney General W. Austin Whiting,
left by the Alameda, on the 1st inst., for San
Francisco. DuriDg his absence W. 11. Au'tin Esq.
will perform the dutiu of the office
The ico war has commenced, and for some time
tho rival companies will ice down to the
lowest possible figure: it will result in tho longest
purse winning in the long run.
J. W. Uingley & Co. have moved their place of
busuress to KlFort street. Take notice of their
advertisement in this issue. They find that customers
still write to tho old stand on King street.
Minister Kapena, wife and danghter returned
from Kanai Sunday last- During his sojourn on
tho Garden Island His Excellency seems to have
recovered from bis late indisposition and is looking
'lho new steamer Morning Star, intended fer
tho scrvico of tho A. IJ. F. M. in the South Seas,
sailed from Boston for this port, on Oct. 22nd, and
is expected to arrive here about the end of Jan-nary
The travelling Attorney-General, of the Kingdom,
Hon. Fanl 2eamann, arrived in San Francisco
from Mexico, on the evening of tho 21th nit.
He nay return hither by the Martjma, due hero
on the 7th inst.
The O. S. S. Marijiotia is due here from Sau
Francisco on the 8th inst., with mail and news
dates to the 1st inst. The news relatiro to the
outcome of the Presidential contest will not be
received by this vessel.
Oahu Lodge Xo 1 K of P will hold a meeting at
the lodge-room this evening. To-morrow evening
Mystic Lodge No 2 K. of P. holds forth in Har.
monyllall. Visiting brethren are invited tobej
present on cacu occasion.
Mr. Myron U. Jones, as the organist
of Fort Street Church, was a passenger by the
Alamala on her last trip to tho Coast Mr. Jones
will be absent about two months on bis vacation.
During his absence Mrs. A. F. Jndd will preside at
Tree and bush trimming is again in order, in
various portions of the city, and special attentions
is drawn to the tree limbs overhanging the
walks bv the Coney property on llichard street,
and the Kapena, Keagan, and Queen Emma
property on Nuuanu streat.
Tho P. M. S. S. City of Sydney arrived in port
here from San Francisco at 11 a. m. nn lhn 1st
h C days and 18 hours passage. Mail and news
unwt. uj tuuu uiu were xuuuireu uuu lot) uazeiie
thankB Purser Comfort for favors. Tho vessel
sailed for the South at 8:10, same date.
Tho slow machinery of the Marshal's Department
is still revolving in the intricacies of the
simplo question relative to the proper form of
numbers for carriage lamps. The entire staff of
the Deput Marshal's office have given opinions
on the subject but it still remains unsettled.
The handsome coffin for the lato Hon. Mrs. C.
It. Bishop was tho work of Mr. C. E. Williams.
Great exertions were made to have it completed
in a fortnight, the workmen being engaged night
and day. Tho silver plate weighing nearly forty
ounces of solid silver was madebyMessrs. Wcnner
The committee appointed to tako charge of the
racing arrangements for tho 17th met together yesterday,
and transacted considerable business. The
programme of the day's sports in tho harbor has
been made out and appears in this issue. The following
judges have boon appointed: Cant, Mist,
K. N., John Brown Esq., J. V. Uobcrtson Esq.
Tho G'kmiV published extracts from two editions
of Yonatt, on tho subject of the glanders, during
the past week and the Saturday Press followed no
the subject by another production. A seemingly
envious feeling was shown towards tho Gazette,
the first to offer accurate information on the subject
by the production of extracts from lho same
author. Bead tho fablo of the "Viper and the
Tho mud hole at tho alley leading from Nuuanu
street to the International restaurant, still remains
in the same state that it was two weeks ago, excepting
that some philanthropist has placed a few
stepping stones which servo to bridge the chasm
during daylight, but woe betide the unfortunate
wayfarer after darkness sets in if he or she misses
their footsteps well they will know all about
tho depth of tho mud in that locality. This is a
Mr H. 11. Judah the well known agent of the
Southern Pacific K. It. lately paid a flying visit
to Honolulu and during his short stay perfected
arrangements by which the travelling pnblio could
become cognizant of the advantages offered by
railroads which ho represents, ai will bo seen by
reference to tho advertising columns of this issue.
Mr Judah is a pleasant affable gentleman and has
made many friends during his short sojourn.
Kev. A. O. Forbes, General Secretary of the
Hawaiian Board of Missions, left by tho .ilr'rir
on Monday, for Wailuku, to attend the sessions of
the Presbytery of Maui, and to hold memorial
services there for the lamented Kev. W. P. Alexander
.next Sunday, both in English and Hawaiian.
Thence, ho will proceed .to Kona next week, to
attend tho ordination of Mr. S. L. Desha, ono of
the late graduates of Dr. Hyde's school, as Pastor
of tho native church at Kcalakekua.
A contemporary says that tho Chinese Constable
Akiona has "resigned his commission on account
of his many troubles."" This man Akiona was
tntjtndti by Marshal Sopor, while a charge of
perjury was pending, on which charge Akiona was
last Monday committed for trial at tho Supreme
Court. But while this chargo was pending Akiona
committed a brutal assault upon another China
man in tho Police Courthouse, for which Judge
Bickcrton fined him (50. For this outrage, we
are informed that Akiona was summarily liitmitml
by .Marshal Soper.
Postmaster-General Whitney, with on eye to the
convenience of tho general pnblio, arranged with
the agents of the steamer Alameda, advertised to
sail at 12 o'clock (noon) on the 1st inst. for San
Francisco, to defer the sailing of the steamer until
1 r. m., thus allowing correspondence received by
tho Cfy 0 Sydney to bo answered. As a contemporary
remarks, the entire circle of connection
between San Francisco and Honolulu, and Honolulu
and San Francisco, will be completed on the
arrival over of tho Alameda, in fourteen days, the
shortest time on record.
A change in the routes of some of the
and steamers has been made, which will meet the
approval cf the public Tho rtantcr will run to
ivoioa ana Viaimea. Kauai, in cbarca of Cant.
Cameron, formerly of the Iwalani. The steamer
Iicalani, in charge of Freeman, late of the
James ilalre, will run on the Hamakna route, in
place of the C. 7". Bishop. The James ilalee, Capt.
Weir, or the C. J.'. Bishop, Capt- Daris.wlll perform
the Kapaa and Kilanea (Kauai) service, calling at
Waianae and Waialua (Oahu) each way. It's
probable that one of the latter steamers will soon
be detailed for service around Oahu, should sufficient
The Prim Adalbert.
H. I. G. M. S. rrimAielUrt arrived at this port
on Saturday, the 1st inst., from Yokohama, Japan,
having sailed from there on the 4th of October.
On the Sd she came into the harbor and the
usual salutes were given. This ship is commanded
by Captain Franz Mensing; is a wooden of 4,000
tons register, and carries a battery of 11 Krupp
guns, also howitzers, Kordenfeld and Hotchkiss
guns. She has engines of 4,800 horse-power, and
averages nine knots. Her complement is 423 men
and officers, including a band of sixteen musicians.
From here the vessel will proceed to Callao, leaving
here probably on the 9th Following is a
list of the officers:
Captain F. Mensing.
First Lieut, and Executive Officer 4rcslcr.
Lieutenants Hessmcr.Grochen, Trnppel,
Wcmmer, Gerdcr. Dunbar,
Surgeon Dr. Lande.
Assistant Surgeon Buokwitz.
Chief Engineer Ileirnann.
First Assistant Engineer Bemus.
Second Assistant Engineer Lljben.
Captain of Marines -Schmidt-Band
Master G. Hotin.
London-, Oct. 15. On the opening of Parliament
a commission will be appointed to inquire into the
condition of the navy, and the Admiralty will ask
for an increased grant for shipbuilding, to enable
it to give orders to private firms for the construction
of swift heavy-armored and light armored
No health with inactive liver and urinary organs.
Take Hop Hitlers. See adTertissmtnt,
Tixt Hebrews xll:l Let us lay aside every weljliL
Far back in the past, before history was, when
brawn and muscle, not brains, ruled the world, the
Olympic games and races were established. It
was the great Grecian festival, Greece had no
higher honor than simple wild-olive wreath conferred
on the victors. Very substantial honors and
emoluments were' conferred upon them. The
author has this Greek festival in mind in the text.
He tells Christians that they are contestants for a
purse; that heaven and earth watch the contest;
"therefore," says the author, "just as the Olympic
ruler stripped himself of. every encumbrance, and
thought only of the race and the victory, so should
Christians lay aside'every weight." " - .-"
But they do not.
Let 113 look upon this Christian Olympiad and
see some of the weights which Christians carry,
and which they should lay aside. 1. Very many
Christians are weighted with self-indulgence. A
leading clergyman of New England writing of the
religions ontlook in America, says: "The sin which
is Clothed in purple'and fine linen, and which fares
sumptuously every day, and sits smilingly in the
chief scats on the center aisles of all our churches,
is self-indulgence. This sin is eating like a cancer
into the life of Christianity. It bows down and
worships, not Christ, but self. It robs Christ's
treasury, turns our missionary societies into mendicants,
and loads our Churches with debts that it
may hamper self with the Lord's monev. If it
hangs a bongh of profession over on the Church
side of tho dividing wall, yet its roots are deep
down in the soil of the world. It is often ready to
deny Christ, but seldom ready 1 0 deny self. We
are not so bad as that here in Hawaii. And yet
we have not reached perfection in this regard. Of
all tho old fashioned Apostolic doctrines the most
popular to preach, the hardest ene to practice, is
self-denial. This is the grace that pinches. The
daily battle of the Christian is with that artful,
subtle, greedy sinner, self! The highest victory
of our religion is to follow Jesus over the rugged
path of self-denial. And this is mainly to be done
in the litMe acta of life. The great occasions
which demand sublime sacrifices are rare.
There was but one Calvary, and yet every day
Christ "gave himself" for others. He says to ub,
"Follw roe!" The Christian who suppresses n jest
or a witticism because it burlesques nis religion,
practices self-denial. When he speaks out a brave
but unpopular sentiment in the causo of right, he
bears his cross! The Christian business man who
is not ashamed to be called "a missionary," and
who takes a bolduncompromlsing stand in favor
of temperance. The Sunday School teacher who
says to temptation, "Christ will expect me with
my class to-day," and leaves the' interesting book
or the inviting place of rest to teach her church or
mission class; the Christian who is quick to bear
tho call of duty and gladly goes forward though
the way not bo pleasant; these all walk in the footsteps
of Christ- In these hard times, and in the
harder times to come, tho mechanic the clerk, the
business man who denies himself that he may still
from his shrinking earnings or incoma contribute
to the Lord's treasury, join hands with the widow
who dropped in but a mite, and be receives with
her the Christ's blessing.
We cannot emphasize too strongly this -grace
which pinches selfishness. J do not bow orthodox
is a man's creed; I care not how eloquent may be
his prayers is public, if he has never learned to
say " No'" to self he is but a sorry specimen of the
I read with a fall heart recentlv a descrintion of
the great gathering in America of her veteran soldiers.
What a touching lesson of self-denial we
have in every crutch and every "empty sleeve" of
those who wore the bine. They counted nothing
100 ucar 11 me naiionmignt De saved ana ireeaom
Shall we Christian soldiers be less brave and
self-denying for Christ than they wero for country?
This is tho test of discipleship. Christ says, " If
any man will come after me, letliim deny himself
and tako up his cross and follow me." 2. Many
Christians carry the weight of indecision, the want
of a singlo purpose. Where the Great Contestant
stepped upon tho courso he had just one object to
win the race. He kept his eye .fixed orr.just one
thing the goal. Is that true of Christians? All
aro not certain that they have entered the race.
Ask Christians the plain question, "Are you a
Christian?" and from how many will you' receive
a plain, nnqualified answer t Then too we think
of many things, and wo have many desires. We
want God's favor and heaven, but we want also
tho world's favor : and we want wealth and fine
houses, and place, and power, and ease. Now I
do not say that it is wrong for a man to deeire
what this world can give him. Only, let a man
keep the right order God's order: " Seek first the
Kingdom of God and His. righteousness." Let
that desire bo regnant, and let the desire for
the "all things" come in as secondary. When we
make that first which God puts second, then our
lives are full of inconsistencies. And in nil this
there is deadly peril. Every wrecked Christian
life hud its origin in slight inconsistencies. Few
men go down tlio Niagara of dishonor by one deliberate
plunge. They paddle for some time in
the rapids, intending always to return to the shore
beforo they reach the cataract- But the first sinful
step does tho business.
Everv church member who is now a nitable ine.
jibriate, at one time turned his back on his master
ana oegan to "drink moderately." Every chnroh
member who has tarnished his good name for integrity,
saw the time when he twisted his first lie,
and pocketed his first dishonest dollar. Ue would
just poll out into the rapids far enough to catch
something that was floating past, butnever dreamed
of going over the falls. Vet there he lies on
the rocks a crushed thing! Brethren, if ye would
nt tho last win heaven, that desire mnst enthrone
itself Id our hearts and mis our lives: Like Paul.
we must be able to says "This one thing J dor'
Like Christ, we mnst say: "My meat and my
drink is to do tho will of my Father in Heaven."
3. Christians, if the Greek racer had stopped
rnnning and walked; or had he idled by tho way;
or sat down to rest, his brow would never have
worn tho oliro wreath. He would have made himself
tho laughing-stock of the multitude. The
Christian church should bea place, where consecrated
brain, heart, andra'uscle are ill at work for
Christ. Thcro should be, in all hearts, a Christ-like
haste to "be about our Father's business."
There should be no drones, no idlers, no louncers.
no boarders. Heaven, the prize before us, God says,
is only for him who runs with paiience the race. It
will not be peopled by idlers, but by workers.
uuavun win uo a piace oireacxormose wno need 11;
men of hardened palms, knotted muscles, wearied
limbs and tired brains. A Christian has no right
to live n single day without doing exactly what
is to be done in it, and going straight through it,
from beginning to end. Work, play, study' whatever
is the present duty, he should take hold of at
once; finish it equally, heartily, cleanly, and then
on to the next duty without letting any duty drop
EDrrouGAZETTE Another wild excitement has
stirred Hilo. About two weeks ago the waters in
most of the streams wero strongly discolored with
a fino gritty sediment which appeared to bo composed
in largo part of finely powdered pumice stone.
This lasted for two or three days and was so strong
that the discoloration was perceptible in tho bay
and beyond the reef. Mr. W. B. Oleson startcdnp
the Wailuku stream to discover, if possible,- the
causo of the unusual appearance. lie took with
him several of tho boarding school Their
tramp proved a harder ono than they had provided
for and resulted in discovering that the source
of tho muddy water was abovo the line of woods.
Parties up there stated that on Friday p. m. about
five o'clock a heaw.rain cloud hnnrr over the
mountain. In camp at Mr. Hitchcock's place at 1
juipaataia mey neara an unusual roaring in the
usually dry watercourse mauka of the house,
llunning out they wero just in timo to seo the
front of a muddy freshet go sweeping by. This
bad a frontago of from 18 inches to two feet and
rapidly increased in volume.
Mr. W. Shipman was traveling over the mountain
at the time and narrowly escaped losing his
horse in ono of those narrow water courses, then
a roaring torrent. A cloud-burst hascontainly
been the cause.
Mr. E. G. Hitchcock and family have just ro
turned from a three week's stay at the Mountain
House at Kapuakala, where a substantia! frame
house of koa lumber, hand sawed, with most o(
the conveniences of civilized lifo, mako a stay
there a thing to bo desired. They report much
rain and wet weather up there. At the same time
the weather has been moderately fine down here
at the sea level.
Tho upper end of Waianumui street has at Inst
received some attention in the shape of a few
cart loads of pebbles and beach sand damped into
ono of the worst mnd holes. Thankful for small
favors wo look for something more in tho dim
futurity of that evasive "By and By."
Bridgo street is one of the groscing thoroughfares
of tho town. Where in former years only
two or threo shops stood now stand many; shoo
spops, restaurants, Chinese peddling (samshoo)
shops, harness and saddle shops, butchers, blacksmiths
and still in course of completion, buildings
more or loss pretentions and extensive.
The new sheriff Kaulukou, is in town but leaves
for the Waimca term of the Circuit Court, entering
at once in h3 new duties.
Capt-11. J. Baker is also about town we understand
seeking suitable recrnit9 for troops to serve
in His Majesty's "Guards."
" God save the King"
lint, oh ye Gods and little flshrs !
Who will save the conntry ?
Ha I we have It. The Royal Guards I
Chonis of Baits.
Scene from Ham Sandielch) let.
Otherwise everything is serene along the Wailuku.
Hilo, Oct. GOth 1S84. Ancoo.
Amended Rules of tho Supremo Court, In
effect, Oct. 24 th, 1884.
The Clerks of the Supreme Court shall keep tho
luiiowuig xooas 01 xtecoru, properly indexed:
and also a Dailv Becister.
A Clerk shall attend all bearings at Chambers
or the Term, and record on legal-cap paper a concise
statement of all proceedings had, together
with such testimony as the Court shall direct to be
recoraeu, wmen record suau be nied with the
in the case: and there shall subsequently
e entered in the appropriate It coord Book a brief
summary of the pleadings and proceedings in each
case, followed by the Judgment or Decree of the
Court which shall be entered in full.
Tho Deputy Clerks of the Supreme Court may
perform any duty required of the Clerks subject
to the approval of the Court.
The Justices of the Supreme Court, by virtue of
the provisions of Section 1282 of the Civil Code,
prescribe the following cosls and fees, which'are
to bo hereafter charged by the Supreme and Circuit
Courts in addition to tho costs authorized by
statute : -
For contested hearings or bearings on the
xneriU, in Banco, Jury-waived cases. Divorces
and oil matters at Chambers, (other than Probate
five dollars for each hearing without regard
to tho time occupied.
For ixvrtt bearings on motions, clc one dollar.
For recording testimony and proceedings in all
matters at Chambers or Term, twenty-fire
cents per folio. .
For copying, twenty-five cents per folio.
For Clerk's Certificate under Seal, one dollar.
For Seal of Court on all papers except process
and certificates, one dollar.
New Yon, Oct. 13. A cablegram states that the
result of the coming strugglo in Parliament is hidden
in mystery, but one "thing is certain: its work
will not be confined within the limits of the franchise
bill, as Gladstone and his colleagues will attempt.
. The Tories will insist on a aisenssionof
the affairs of Egypt and Africa, 'conscious that
while on the franchise straggle they are weak, on
the foreign policy of the Government they may
still scare the Liberals.
Nothing purifies and enriches the blood and destroys
aU poisons in the system like Hop Bitters.
Bead advertisement elsewhere.
Fzb SiZAAtzs Crn.pF Sroscx.
Moktsejx, Oct 24 The Royal Theatre Museum
was packed at the matinee yesterday, the audience
numbering over 2,000 persons, chiefly women and
cMIdren. Two boys in the crowded gallery encaged
in a fight, when the cry of "Fire them but H was
raised. This was understood below to be a cry of
"Fire !" and n panic seized the crowd. A wild rush
was made for the four exits on the first floor. AB
tho passages were instantly choked with a
no nvailable outlet, the women hecams f rantie.
Many fainted, fell and were trampled upon by the
New 1'oek, Oct. 24 Tho SatCs cablegram from
London of October 23d says: The autumnal session
of Parliarment was opened to-day by a commission,
the Queen's speech being read try the Lord
Chancellor. The Irish Home Bale members of the
House of Commons refuse to subscribe to the Government's
theory that the session is
of the franchise question. The inten
tion of the Ministry to try to confine discussion to
the Franchise bill is plainly defined in the first sentence
of tho Queen's speech, but the Pamellitla
say there are at least two other matter! which
must be fully discussed this session. One is
charge that men known to be innocent were hanged
for the Maamtrasna murders, the other is the accusation
that Secretary Cornwall, Solicitor Bolton
and other Dublin officials were shielded from
for the bestial crimes of which they had
been judicially proved guilty.
I'munrxnin, Oct- 24 A Chester, Peon-,
?Uch to the Pittsburg says:
he United States steel cruiser Atlanta was
launched this afternoon from. Kartell's
The Atlanta has a length of 270 feet, 42 feet beam,
17 feet draught and a displacement of 8,000 tons.
Her armament will consist of eight-inch and six-inch
breech-loading rifles. The guns are mounted
to command such a sweep that they might make
the cruiser no mean antagonist of frigates of the
Chicago class. The Atlanta will ba bark-rigged,
with a spread of 10,000 square feet of canvas. The
indicated horse-power is 'AJXO, the engine driving a
screw seventeen feet in diameter, with twenty feet
pitch, giving a sea speed of thirteen knots per hour.
The capacity of her coal-bunkers is CSS tons, giving
an enduranco of 2,000 miles at full speed and 6,000
miles at ten knots an honr. The contract price for
the hull of fitting, exclusive of masts, spars, rig
King, sails, boats, etc. is $618,000.
The number of visitors at the late Electrical Exhibition
at Philadelphia was 30,000. Tho receipts
were (100,000 and the profits (10,000.
Charles Mitchell, the pugilist, has issued a challenge
to Donfinick McCaffery to fight within six
weeks with hard gloves or bare fists at any city in
the world, barring New Orleans, for from (j00 to
(2,500 a side. Mitchell has depositod (W0. "
Sis Jose, Oct. 21 Joan Wasielewsky, the Pole,
who murdered his divorccd.wife in Los Gatos, in
this county, on the 8th of June, 1882, was hanged
in the yard of the County Jail at 117 o'clock this
The ship Gilbert G. lloyts was launched Oct, 24
at Bath, Me. She cost $123,000 and is the largest
ship ever launched from Bath. ShoU intended for
the California trade.
New Yoke, .Oct. 21 Et-Gov. Addison Gibbs of
Oregon is now here, and pcrists that California and
Oregon ore not doubtful States. They 'surely ore
Republican and no Morey letter will be successful
New Y'oee, Oct- 21 Tho Commercial this evening
says: There is much gloom among agents and
others interested in the ocean steamship lines over
tho present and prospective condition of their, business.
So largo have been losses thirseaaon that
there ore floating rumors as toimpendingfailurest.
St. PKiEnsEuiio, Oct 21 Only two of the person j
rcirjucu iu ihtq utea oxecutcu at ins or. jeters.
barge Citadel last Saturday, for riblitical eflenseA
paid the death penalty. Tho sentence of both the
women anu mo lour ouiccrs 01 the itasaian army
were commuted to banishment to Siberia.
Phaoce. Oct 21 The Polu'k says: Previously
to the Duke of Brunswick's death, Prussia
rccuy iniormcu ino ucxe ox ijamDenana that it
would recognize him as tho Duke of Brunswick
provided ho would renounce all claims to the throne
of Hanover. Tho Duke of Cumberland replied:
"My father's son shall be King of Hanover and
Duke of Brunswick, or remain Duko "of Oumberi
New 1obk, "Washington special of
tho Mail and Express saysf Apparently the Democrats
here havo given np tho Pacifio States. Even
Nevada's throa electoral voto3, which might help
out at a pinch, Tiro not claimed enthusiastically'.'
New 1'ohk, Oct 21 A Vail and Express
special says: John Sherman is here en route
to New England, where ho will take an active part
until the election. He feels no anxiety about the
final result. Ho thinks (Jhio good for 20,000
on Novcnmber 4tb. No doubt strong efforts
are being made by the Ohio Democrats to reorganize.
They havo their hopes in the Prohibition and
the Butler vote to break tho solid Blaine phalanx:
Wilkins, a Democratic Ohio Congressman is also
in town. Ho says neither side has relaxed its
efforts sinco tho October election.
New Yoke. Oct. 14 Coffee nrim lllo. 1IVU,.
Sugar-crushed, 6(2C5fc. dry granulated, GK(56
extra yellow O, 0X5a"c. Petroleum 9'
(aioXc Leather California sole,
22 21o. Pig-iron No. 1. X foundry, (19 CO to (20.
riEw loac, uct. 21 Chauncey Drummond,
Commissioner of tho New Orleans Exposition here,
says: "Tho indifference shown by the manufae.
turers and leading men of New Y'ork toward the
Exposition is simply, amazing. Tho other States
havo either appropriated or subscribed large Bums
toward our fund, but New York has not given pne
uouar. iew jersey appropriated siu.uw: Iowa,
(30,000, and other States from $10,000 to (25,000.
France, Great Britain, Austria, Germany, Spain,
Italy and Russia have also helped us nobly. New
York has done nothing."
Wasiitsotos, Oct. 21 Tlio
in the Patent Office in tho celebrated telephonic
interference patent case, have sustained the decision
of the examiner of interferences in favor of
Bell as to the issues B, C, D, E, F, I, J, and L, and
havo reversed tho decision as far as it applied to
issue G (which involves the principal feature of
the telephone,) which was awarded to McDonough;
and which the have decided in
Ottawa, Oct 21 The Government will put the
sum of (110,000 in the estimates the coming session
to lay a cable between Nova Scotia and Sable
IUxoi, Oct. 21 Tho remainder of the Chinese
troop3 beforo Chuhoa havo been withdrawn. tfTbe
Chinese there havo abandoned their entrenchments.
Losnos; Oct 21 The Cabinethas noTyet sanctioned
tho advance of the Nile Expedition to Khartoum.
They will not bring'up the question before
the return of Lord Northbrooko, British' High
Commissioner, who it now in Egypt Gen.
will be ready on November 1st to advance from
Wady Haifa to Sarru3.
Pabis, Oct 21 U Telegraphs says France has
declined England' overtures to mediate in the
Loxdon, Oct 21 Rambler has
received orders to proceed to Chinese waters in
Faus, Oct 21 Reports aro current here that
the Chineso aro poshing their advance into
and are about to besiege Uunghoa.
Ddeuk, Oct. 21 The weekly National Irish
papers are exalting over tho resignation of
Sas FEASCI3CO, Oct. 23 Tho clocks of the different
railroads and ferries will be changed to
mark the 120th meridian time. Nov. 1st, the time
will be computed for tho meridian rnnning through
LakeTahoe, and apparent noon here, according
to railway clocks, will bo actual noon "only to
towns on tho 120th meridian.
Butler is met and welcomed by crowds of applauding
men and women in his canvass in New
A dispatch has been 'received n( the Chinose
Embassy at Berlin confirming tho statement that
the Chinese under Lin Mings Chuan had defeated
L800 French at Tamsui on tho ICth inst The
French operations there were frustrated by torpedoes.
It is estimated that 200 houses wero destroyed
by a fire at Carthago, N. Y., and that the loss will
reach $100,000. There are not sufficient dwellings
left in town to shelter tho inhabitants. Carthage
was extensively engaged.in manufacturing and all
its industries ore in ruins. ? -
London-, October 21st Tho cometrccently discovered
by Pro. Wolf of Heidelberg, and Prof.
Copcland of England, is now visiblo to the naked
eye at Alexandria. It appears as a nebulous body,
condensed in tbo center and devoid of tail.
New Y'ouk, Oct2l6t Tho Sun's special from
Port Wayne, Ind., says: Blaino was howled down
by tho Democratic crowd in this town this afternoon,
and denied the privilege of speaking in' the
placo assigned by tho Republican Local Committee.
This seems to be tha result of a plan
devised by the Democrats to offset the effects of
Blaine's vi3it Tho county is strongly Democratic,
with a majority, easily, of 4,000. Ten day ago tha
Republicans prepared for Blaine's appearance.
j was arrangeu xuai no snouia spcaK xrom me
balcony of the Avcline House. Opposite this hotel
is tho open court-house snuarc. Two dava arm ihp
Democrat f got up an opposition meeting to' be
held at tho same time as the ono advertised for
Blaine. They selected n spot forty feet distant
from the Aveline House balcony1. Tho Democrats
uuvcrusea incir meeimg 10 do auarcssea by nend
ricks and Senator Uavnril. Thnv rlliln'e 'rnrnn.
Their names were merely used to draw a crowd.
Blaino was wholly unadvised of tho situation.
nnen limine entered tho cily.no found the place
wonderfully crowded. Twcnl v"five thousand persons
wero in the streets and along the line of
marcn. a no carriages ot me parly wero driven
two miles throuch cheerim? crowds to tha hotel
whero Blaine was to sneak. When ha came ont
on the balcony there was in front of him at least
one thousand Democrats. They had to take their
position in advance of the arrival of the Republicans,
and were therefore masters of the situa
tion, isiainc began to speak, when his appearance
was greeted with a storm of yells and groans. He
waited ten minutes, daring which he essayed to
speak four times, and .each time he was yelled
down. Then ho consulted with the local committeemen.
Blaine was very indignant at being
placed opposite the Democratic meeting, but it
was too "ate to mend thisf "'Welfr let us see, said
Blaine, "to whom this crowd belongs." He entered
n carriage and was driven loan open space
eight blocks away. Ho was" followed by a great
majority of the crowd. 'Not more' than 1,20U remained
around the Democratic stand. Blaine
stood upon the coachman's box and made a speech
which was heard by 15,000. The excitement of
the scene at tho hotel had spnmd.him np so that
he made one of the most spirited speeches' of the
' " ' "
Qcteeec, Oct,2lst, Sews from Gispe bas just
reached here that a fire, started by people cleannR
bush laud, spread durinir'last night to the villaRs
of Chlorydormi, destroying all the houses and
boats of theplace, nod renderinit twenty families
Pahs, Oct. 21 Gin LisJo ha3 not asked for
relnfercement for Tonqnin. If they are needed
they will bo drawn from the army, in Africa,
raobilizine a, eorjis iTormre.
Caieo, Oct. 21 Three hundred and
Canadian boatmen have arrived at Assouan.
Caiso, Oct. 21 According to tbetatest 'reports
which have reached Dongola, only, merchants "of
Berber, from Khartoum were on board the steamer
which ran aground soma days ago at "tVadyGama.
All who were taken captive by the natives have
since been set at liberty quite uohArmed.Tj" "3J
Paths, Oct. 21 The Chinese troops continueto
pour into Tonquin. Great uneasiness is felt at
Paris on this account. The Cabinet are divided as
to what measures should be adopted to rrroTtda the
reinforcements.'' Gen. iWlr.
declines to mobilize a corps tTarmcc without author,
ily of the Chamber.
Oct. 21 The Prussian Court have been
ordered to wear.moomittg for the Duke of
for f days; and the troops aho" inhabitants
of Brcjuwick, for two monlha. The King
of Saxony, the Grand Duke of Olanburg, the Duke
of Cambridgeand Friiico Atterlof
Emperor William, will attend the funeral.
Wisasoios, Oct. 20-n:e
( an exchange xoail
.nutter .between the United States and' Mexico at
"onrestie rates of postage.
are tofag to Yemen, West Arabia, where tha revolt
against the Government still continues. The Saltan
a German proclivities are stronger than ever,
lis has made all German Pashajlmperial
Strieker Pasha, Naval CounseUor
Unportant decoration, and has been especially directed
to civs hia attmtinn tn th Vnl rv.lt
and a reform of the fleet
New Yoax. Oct so rurri. iv.ttnn .!, ai
nporj Long's Peak attracted much attention rei
jenUyjMhas left her fortune, between (200,000 and
fSWOO, to the Society for the Prevention of Cm;
"Uj tcr Animals.
Axanea, Oct 20 The Tichboorne claimant was
secretly- brought to PentonvUIo prison last night
He was discharged this morning quite unexpectedly
to himself. His time still has three days to ran. '
, Sew Yoke, Oct 20 The Tribute describes Belv
IfXkwood, who spoke last night at the Academy of
Music, as of medium size, wearing eye-glasses'
dressed in black velvet, a bunch of roses in her
corsage, and hair Japanese fashion. She stepped
briskly on the stage, when a number of women in
ttefront row clapped their hands. Mra-Lockwood
bowed, did not smile, and without looking at tha
roll of manuscript in her hand commenced her
speech In a dear musical voice. About 500 were
Clreo. Oct 19. An Arab from El MahdTs camn
has arrived at Dongola. He reports much sicfc
peas among El Mahdi's force and that the defeo.
tion of the tribes in EI Mahdi's rear still continues.
. Mosoow. Oct 19. Several warehouses and the
German theatre" ore on fire and the flames are
likely to spread to surrounding buildings.
New Yoex, OcCia. A cablegram states that the
terrible and universal depression of trade threatens
to drive every"other question into the back'.
trronnd. Things have gone so far that the London
newspapers now send special correspondent to
the distressed towns in tho north of England, and
they fill their journals with tales of dreadful deal
titution. caused by the almost complste standstill
of tha shipbuilding trade. The other trades of the
conntrv are making some complaints. No mine is
worked at full time; the wheat-growers declare
that the crop does not pay for the wages, to say
nothing of rent; the tea merchants assert that
each pound sold wholesale brings a penny less
than was given for it at the Chinese port and so
on. Under these circumstances lhe cry for a ra
tarn to protection was inevitable, and the Tor?
Ieaderaie serioosly flirting with the question.
. Thfa Magazine keeps np its high standard and
li now much sought after. Tho first article this
month is beaded "The Future," and Is devoted to
the further consideration of the Rev. Sereno Blshi
op's article of last month. The subject is ably
handled, and this farther exposition of the argument
should be read by every one here. The serial
story Madeleine isfcontinued and is evidently apt
proaching a conclusion. Tho sonnet by Arthur
Jolrnstpno is very pretty, and besides the excellence
of the idea, has the rhythmic ring of true poetry
Mr. M. M. bcott contributes a paper on Education
in Japan, upon which subject few are more qualified
to apeak than himself. Other mat-ter
completes a good nomber.
AXOLXCAN CBDSClt CXXnoKICLE.
., 5 """"be'' opens with a pretty piece of poetry
"Will ye go away." Tho editors then give a short
resume ot the oarjer'a nro'rrefu dnrinir th. mt air
months. There is on interesting article on High
Church, Low Church and Broad Church, followed
maaamia irom me norm American Jiaietr,
treating of Christian politics. Tho usual amount
of church news, Hawaiian and foreign, completes
a tcrr ausiRciory nuniDer.
Tho monotony connected with daily labor Jtl the
chain gang was broken by four. of the members of
the allotment working at tho quarry on Puncl
bowl street yesterday afternoon, they retiring suddenly,
from their fellow felons and taking "leg
bail." Ono of the four is the famed Kuao who has
already' made two escapes, being captured after
many adventures, and lately ornamented with ball
and chain. The other three aro J. Mitchell,
and Piki, all ander sentences for robbery'.
Officer Mehrteus, near midnight,- got a trace of the
fugitives and while following ud his clnn. siimnn.
tered Deputy Dayton; who supplied the Informa
tion that he (Dayton) had just encountered the
four on School street, but while endeavoring to
lost run of the other three, as
he (D.) also did finally of Kuae. At 2JX) a.m. information
was furnished that the quartette were
in the neighborhood ot the Insane Asylum, but a
search there resulted fruitlessly, and the escapes
are yet at large.
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TI06S Jaclntha Pachcco Chadlnha
11335 Prtnco Gomes Pcrelra
75al Ant Qorncs Jardin
Lnlz d Chares
IWTJ Angusto Perrelra '
d Kllra Araorin
raw-Miss Marls d Estrella
1718- Francesco Correio
ZX1 Francesco d Sllvs
coxa Maa'I Domlosos Antl;o
21037 Minoel Franco d Andrade
"MSS-Joao Martlnho d Frelus
tits Franco Pernandcs Lnlz
1.7ja Londevens d Concelrao d Calrca
WI franco d Joaquin d Sousa '
21331 Franco Xlcnlare d Pontes
21X17 Man"! Cibnl
1335 Joao A Alfonso
i.xii rranco a route
&AB1 Jose enando d rjon&a
C71II Man'I Golarte, Jr
S7113 Antonio SllVa
721 d Sllr Bonllo
Ant Gomes d Uoarra
ianjJose Montr d Medelros
raullno d Avlla
5C86 Franco Martins
WT71 Jose Cordelro
Sllvclra Prink AntUo
J7CJ0 Maa'I rtapozo
SkS Antonio Costs Caneello
7457 Maa'I Fanllno d AvIU
d Freltas Briaa
SKI Enkan Hards Hanson
56275 Hclnrteh Andennan
H17 Lsrs Hsaccnseu
HM6 Edward Matthews
SIOMW It Wilder
"BK"4 Chas nintze
75 IInltn Ivn trm,n
SU"-""!"'' Choni Leon;
Si- - "
Klni Caeon Loon
IB" Parties Inquiring for lettera In the above list
are particularly requested to a-k for "Advertised Letters
- H. M. WHITSEr,
linl 2t Fottratater General.
ton Ira BylHUH A.OKFELD & CO.
TiTU A2i7frAX MKEXCN'O OE
jOLme V IthoTimovS
PLArTTATIOrl COMPAITrhcId stltonolalu. octotxr
21st, IS81, the following officers were clcctM tor ont
year and until their tiecctsors art elected:
8 n Dole. Prtdat
JllPaty , Trcassrtr
WO Smith Secretary
J BAlherton Anatter
All of whom accepted offlce. W. O. SMITII,
Hosolala. Oct. aidj 1884. loss st
Notlco of Administratrix.
THE rXDERSIO'El), IIAVJDfO
been aupolnted Administratrix of the Estste of
her husband Mamllns E. Newton, lata of Kshnlal,
faal, deceased, notifies si! persons hsvlnz claims
uzilnst said estate to present the came, with the pro.
Touchers attached, within six moatba from date or
Et will be forever barred; and all persons owing: said
estate are requested to make Immediate payment to
tbfl undersigned at the residence ttf Her 3ajrsty 0.nen
Dowager Emma, corner "Snnann and lleretanl Street.
Administratrix Estate M. E. Newton.
Honolulu. Oct. zsta. iau tan 51
LAWES' CANE MANURE!
THE TJXDEttSIGXKI) AKE XOTV
landing ex "OPHELIA," from the Celebrated
"Lawes' Chemical Manure Comp'y."
two QttaLrriss of
chemic al Fertilizer
Prepared Especially For Use
on Cane-Fields :
The Two qualities contala more and ten soluble
nitrates, for application resntctlseis .a J. j
snd rainy districts.
ion lm Thoo. H. Davles & Co.
Arrival of the Iron Ships
and " Clan Grant."
Have by these Vessels
And other, Late Arrivals,
ft'a Following :
An Ast of Dry Goods
, CO.N&ISTINa IN PAH T OF
llorrocc,8 Lous Cloths anil other brands of
While Cottons, Unbleached Cottons,
Prints, new styles, fast colors ;
Bleached and .Brown Cottons, 8 to 10 quarter ;
Brown Linen Drills, White Linen "Dock,
Crown Canvas, lllfc & CM French Merinos, all
Grades J Water-proof Tweeds, Orey, Blue and
A LAKGE A83T. OF DltESS GOODS, SILKS,
Satins. Silk Kibbons, Velvet,
Union and Cotton Listados, Linen nnd Cotton
Handkerchiefs, White and Colored Shirts,
Merino Undershirts and Drawers,
Ladies Underwear, Linen and Cotton Towels,
All qualities and styles ; Victoria Lawns,
White Moleskin, Check Moleskin,
Imit. Lace "Edgings and Insertions,
Brooks' 3X) yds. Spool Cotton. Coates' 400 yds.
Spool Cotton, Tickinrr. liluo Denims,
Mosquito Netting, 90 inch ;
Rubber Coats & Leggings
All Sizes, "lYeishls, Qualities and Colors ;
Velvet & Tapestry,
Hugs and Mats,
A FE",Y OF THE SEW STrLll
Merchant Canvas !
Filter Press Bags 22 x 36
We mako this out of onrSpeciallics and
have a Full Stock of
Sugar, Rice & Coal Bags
Which we are sellins at Bottom Prices.
ENGLISH, HAWAILVN, AND
3, C, and 7 yard i
Extra Ileavy, Assorted Widths ;
Ladies' & Gent's Saddles
A complete lino which we arotielllos
Cheaper than Ever.
Tea Kettles & Sauce Pans
Assorted Sizes ; do Fry Pans,
Butcher Knives, Knives Forks,
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Galvanized Water Pipe, i to Z in.
WHITE LEAD, various qualities;
BOILED OIL, TURPENTINE
U Gauze, C 7, 8 and 9 ft-Lengths; Galv.
Screws and Washers, Galr. Bldsinjj,
Yellow Sheathing Metal, and Hails
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
mre mani uuarua anu Arenas,
With Fish Plates, Holts and Spikes,
Fire Clay, Fire Bricks,
Both Square and arch ;
Lump Rock Salt,
3 to 12 inch widths;
AN ASSOKTMEST OF
Worcestenbiro Sauce, Fruits, Jam3,Creara Tartar,
Soda, Spices, Etc, Etc, Etc.
"ST Wo havo also just received an ag&t. of.fcJ
Anions them ., r
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to 30 inches- wide ;
Fancy Prints, Blue Dtnims,
Canton Flannels, lien's. Women's and
Children' Boots and Shoes, ilzta and
Styletf adapted to this market,
A LAKGE rTlESH ASSOETJIEKr OF
Crociery and Glassware, Ooi, Pfeii, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
ONE SPLENDID PIANO,
BT r.UlSSUEAD A BOSS.
Gonags's Soap, two qualities, in boxes of 21 Bars
and CO Bars:
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE, FLOOEKB TILES,
iC., &&, 2cv
By LTOrTS ft "LEVEY,
Regular Cash Safe
On Friday, Nov. 7
at 10 . m.at Si! Koora, will bt !! t iattfo,
Tvnvr t '
vai uuujus, .-
Crockery & Glassware
"" 1 nd 2 Sour. Barrels fresh Slraeii,
LOT OF FURNITURE!
05E BLACK WALJITT
DESK AND B00E CASE!
ALSO, OSB LAROI S0A5 s.
"leirsold; soond, kind and geatlr. . v
LTOSS A LKVKT, Auctioneer.
Notice of Sale
By direction of John Brodle, the mortgagee nsntd
In a certain mortgage made by Henry J. llirt and Ellis
A. Hrt of Honolulu, we are tnttrnetnt t sell at Sobllo
ON SATURDAY, NOV. 8th
At li M t onr Salesrooms la Iloaolnln. tie Leste
or the premises npon which stands the Bestaar.
ant and Billiard Farlor known as the
BLUE HODSE, NO. 7 & 9 NDUAHU ST
Honolnln. given by Chas. Brents to A. II. Loo rTcawk.
dated lh Jnlj. 1375, rrtordrU In Ilbcr U, folios i-J,
and assigned lo tho said mortrsgnr by aaldLoe'
Njrawlr. on the 3Xa December, 1SK. The Lease aw; I
more years to ran from 1st Anznst, ISM; the main
balkllng contains 2 large rooms on the strand floor,
and a rooms with a bath-room with water laid on. on
the second floor; there is also a shed with galvanised
roof, a kitchen and on the premises.
VC Terms Cash and Deeds at the ei peine of purchaser,
farther partlenlars tan be had of J. M.
Attorney at Law.
Jt LEYKT. Auctioneers.
AT rUBLIC ACCTIOX. .
ill be sold at public suction on the premlsee.!n
Island ot Maui,per order ot Wm. 3. Smith,
., Eirentor of the vein of the late
S. U. IIALSST. on
Friday, November 21st
AtUlIthefoIlowlngnroperty.vU: all that
Piece of Real Estate
Known at the llaljey Premises, i
Sltnaleil on Main Street. Wallnkn. opposite the offlce
! Ml- Y-"' "'!l"". baring a frontage on Main Street
pf 21 feet, and containing Kloo of an acre, more or
less, with all the Lulkllnsts sltnated thereon, consisting
A Small Dwelling Hoose. Cook llonee. Servants
tlnarters and other I
rrTEIOISfASII TIIOS. W. EVEBETT,
Wailuku, Maul. Sov 1st. 1981. luol a
Ex Eecent Arrivals :
I'lUfaer Br. In nn X pU ;
Snptrior Clarets' a Chateau,
Li to a r, UflttetMnlvc
C JHCTVX PAGHVES
Of Chas. farre, Carte Blanche. Le Bran f rerea
X Co., Carte d'Or.
Do.t Schiedam Gin, In stone and glass ;
Brandies ot all kinds,
Superior rort and Slurry,
Mals-a Wine, Madeira,
Curasao, Orange Bltttrs,
Creme de Pralines, Crems deCacao,
' I, 2, 3 and 3 Uallons;
l'urtlaarl Cement, of Stehman A Llefman.
IMtent Steel 4-Point Barb Wire, at greatly reduced
prices. Sugar, Klce and Paddy Bags, Planoe of
Different Makers. - foil SALE BT
ED. HOFPSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
"" Q.UEEN STREET.
J- their Entire st irk and trade and good will of their
iMi.lness to the HAWAIIAN CARIIIAOE
COVfASY. to take effect froraiSr 1 aftir
October 1st, 15SI.
ir,l,1?fi'",.'f '"lr'l "" "nn of WHITMAN Jt
WltlOHT will be settled by J. A. PALMES, and all
persons owing said Ann are respectfully requested to
pay the same to J. A. PALM Bit, No. 7 Campbell's
lllotk. f8lgne.ll W1UTMAX WltlOIIT.
TH E US DKRSIUMED HAVE Pl'BCIUAED
n". f ii'i t"raW -?" "
ind si ft asp nltiru " Itrdf ft 11 .-a. ..! .
of said flrni will beiettlcd W J- A. PALM Kit. at So. 7
lev.... uswaa,. JMAl. 47. s. nUUJlAtl BSfaiDe
treural management ol nor manufactory (MIL O
WEi?T l'"'!.',-'- J""-W. take eharga of
the blacksmith and Iron work department, -
Thanking the community for tnclr patronage; In the
f v.w.u.t wu.iiiuaucc di ma same, witn
assurances of our bnt attention to all business
wijtucu ". i aoi. rresiueni.
E- SIICMAS. Secretary.
'BUIIl L.MH'.ILSIO.tED IIAVINU BECOME
K- loentlOeil With the Interval, nf fha iriwittiv
CAIHUAOK MANl'FACTUKINO COMPANr, Uke
thla method of erpreilng onr sincere thanks for the
kindness, good will and liberal employment received
from our many friends and patrons In this community,
at our old stand.
We now cordially Invite yon all to command our
arrvlcea at our new ' Headquarters," on Uueen Street,
where, with Improved facilities of steam power and
machinery, we expect to turn off more work, with
greater eate and dispatch. Tours mpecttallr.
WiXnru; rt. ji. r III 1 Jt.V3l,
w. vr. WKIOUT.
I.y hETimxi. rnon tub
of the HAWAIIAN C'AItlllAUE MAlTFAnrrrB.
INO COMPANY. I wish to express to thla community
mr Slncrrr thanks for the liberal I It. n.
Joyrd at their hands, and trust that the same encour
agement and support will be extended to mi successors
miiiwiDjcwi u come err rrspeciluiir.
I031 (Signed) O WEST
FOR THE COMPLEXION I
THIS ETiEOAIVT PI.KFA11ATIOX
X is the 3IOST PEHPECT DEAlTlFIEIt KNOWS.
It l Pure and Harmless. Delightful In Its ABolltatlon
and wonderful In its Effects, while the closest scrutiny
t.iis w ucicct lis use CTeparea or
11. BOWMAX, Chemist.
err Fult SALE BY Oakland, Lit
loiitr HOLLISTER & Co.
OPHELIA & VABUff A :
PIG BRAND PORTER
IS QCABTS AND PINTS:
Tennent Pale Ale. in ats.and nta.:
Tennent Porter, in qta. and. pints;
.& J. Bark's Stout, qta. and pts.;
" " Bass's Ale. ats & nts.:
Do Light Sparkling- Ale, qta. & pts;
Do Mineral Waters, in & pts.,
CJT For Sale al Lowest Bales, la Lota to salt st
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO'S.
A MEETCTG OP THE STOCKHOLDERS
or the WAIANAE COMPANY, held
on October lath, lSlLthe following gentlemen wer
elected to stm ss orHcers for tha en Bins; year:
President. II A Wlilcfflson
.A? O Barter
... a. aeser
-.C O Berjer
C. O. msQZB, Secretary.
By . P. ADAMS.
Regular Gash Saic1
.On Tharsdav. Nov. IS"'!
!" . - " ' i I
jj cltAra.Afe,rooi,arinew:i ,.( j
wm uuuud nnu ULUimna
AND A LINE a
Crates New Cala. Pstateea, Boiea Mat..a
Clzara, and a -.
A Small Lot of furn'rftire
ALSO- At n If. the wen known
1 years old, welt broken to saddle, erf eeSy Sowatf
sired by King WUHan.
X JELO8.33. 3BCorse
Well broken to narnesa and very styrisa artdcr" tae:
saddle; 7 yean old, sound and SMt4"J
One Iron Grey Irilly
1 yean old. broken to harness, sound
aoM tor so fault
C- r. ADAa. AweTtff
BT OltER OT
0" . 'ir
Monday & Tuesday
November 10th & llfh,
At their Store, csatraencia; at 10X)
When I will offer at Public Aactlon. on a Libera,
CREDIT TO THE TRADE!
The Larjest and most Complete Atsortnmt
English, German, FreHqh
Ex Bark C II BISUOP ud otber rvctt'
It Is imposstbla within tha limit of advrr scmz
to siT a list of all tha rticl to b told t
tlitra fall tUil canpleti. line ta
Cottons, Prints, Clothing,
Shirts of all Kinds,
Silks & Silk Goods
"WOOLEN GOODS! ,
JT E! WE Xj
BEERS AND LIQUORS
PAINTS OILS. CEJIKUT. IV O
Etc. Etc., Etc.
t luvt reclTI Itactknt to nuko tfalo 'posV
tlte out, It the rfore preent n unsOsU opbortsaiW
to procure barffAlntt a ernr M efffretl will be SOU
WITHOUT I.ttSEICVE. Wo treHeve tbrefor Ou'
will bo tut yoar ptrtoasl Interest to tttrad.
9" Tlw termt of bH will ba libera), njniun.i (-too:
3 to 9 meaths, for approra paper, depfmflufj apoa
the a moan t pare h ted.
K. r. ADAJf. AneCr
ON MONDAY, DEC. 1, 1884
I will offer il Public Auction, at HoVrodt mi.alr
my Salesrooms, for Cash, the fonowMS
Desirable Parcert of
BefonstBx to tha Utof 8IMOX K KWI
LOT I EwWerKe of tho Ut Simon K. Siital t?U
ma, llonolalo, IfVJ feet fronton KltiiCtiuA&e
dwelling koQta and commodloaa
therron. TbeboIUIosare capaeloa sntfaeulj
new and In food repair, the mala boas coaUlnin
eight luze room. Tbo croatvUaropbaiod with
flowerlozpUnUaad hnxba. rtl t a mott. do
irablo ptopcrtr for any ono wtbmi a rtudepr
JaftontoC town. Marked JotAon clirt area
LOT 3 A vacant Lot adjolalo; tot t. on ue
lata ildewK& SG9 feet front ou Kino: Mfcat. laD
UntUIIj fenced. This la ajnlliblo location for m.
dwelUns hooM. Marked lot Boa the ch.tr A.j
Lox TbeAhopanyif Laftlbanoiil in Kona
OS tha XiUnu of Ilapall. The onmifm wr
"iuiKU iv asuusnirv mm iiyana it 01 iw
MviiwfanMuemYu.WiLUIllKis vj aVJ"M.
H. B. Dol, Attorney.
E. r. AnlJl.i. Anc'tr
District of Honolulu, Oahu, IS84
I- THIS PISTWCT
are hereby aotlfled that the andershiaed wHl ioW
mence the Collection of Taxet for the earreat rear at
hla oflce, raakal of the Ooveraraent Uoese.
On Wednesday, Oct. 15th
la conformity vrltta Section Ti ot the Xew Tax U,
all persons sobject li Taxation are reqaeskd to
of the same to hlna
On or Before Monday, Dec. 15th
Or they will be llahl to an additional ten net eta:
All colas will be. received at their former earns:.
rales np to the end ot November. UgO. II. LL VS.
TilOSIce. Oct. Wth. 1894. HBt
of tho U050LCLU YACHT Jt rWJSOiB:
will lake Blaea at tha CLL'D HOU3". tJfS"
WKDSE3DAT.Uie2rtritsli.at 13 o'clock nooa. X
fait attendanea If nartlealarly reonested.
KOI It W. It OltTAlID,
TITB AXNITAI. JTErTrrNTJ "tTi?p
the vroitSi SCOAK Cft,t Tre.rrrlii at U9
Offloa of C, Srewrr A Co., OX WEDK5.1DAY. noma
ber tsh. at I. at Id o'clock a. m.
d. v. VAarau.
8ect. pro tern. Onomea; Sagar Co.
Ilonolala. Oct. Ins I. 190S. lmi
tTUIE I1USIVES3 HITIIEirro C02i.
X dacted ander Uta Ann aadstyl ot IISXBX HAit
A CO will bo coatlftoed by the nndeolgnecl aadrr t! If
aama baslneas name. 'XX X.1I
Honolulu, lab Oct- 1S9L lrf w
, BBU3S A3B BtmjJfHM CABD9 JtaUT
k. ty done at ta uaaetto UsHe.