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Bnelnrss has continued on In the even tenor of Iti
way e when last reported,no change for the better or
worse bclnz noticeable. The incoming vessels from
oar near neighbor America, and from European porta
v,.(nf rnll rtm of ataril. roods, bat lherelsade
create In noraberao that there li no orcrttocUns at
present. Tbe rcancuons in rates 01 exenange innn
to 34 was an unlooked for blessing although hope
had been enterulned that the redaction won Id eorelr
come on the resumption or the cold basis
are belns not to rlshta preparatory to renewed
bnt the demand for labor attll exists.
The arrivals since lact writing hare been a llltlebrltfc,
and lnclade the barks Abble Carver and Centaar from
vnlh carjoes of Chinese merchandise, etc;
the steamer Mariposa with the usual carro from San
Francisco, and the tern Era 'rom the tame -port Tla
The departure for the same period were also of a
lively nature, and consist of the harks Martha Davis
and icntaur for Hongkong, barks Ophelia and arena
for Portland, Or ; bark raclncfelope. for Mctorla U C,
bktne . II Dlmond with a partial cargo of sorar and
rire for ban Francisco, and the Orrman Qanor war
rrlnr Adalbert for Callao, Tern.
The steamer Mariposa sails for fcan Francisco on
Saturday next, the ISth lnst. at 12 M., and the next
arrival from thence wilt Terr likely be the steamer
Alameda, with the anxiously looked for presidential
results, as well aa news and mall dates to the 15th inst.
Herewith we present Messrs "Williams, Dlmond A
Co "a regular bl monthly commercial trade circular, of
&ak ov 1st, 11
Onr last circular was dated Oct, 11th, per Alameda.
bUGAII As Intimated In our last report, the opinions
of the trade that M Llcht e estimates of the Beet crop
were too lanre hare been realised, his October estimate
having reduced his previous figures 4W tuns, causing
a decided change for the belter In the markets of the
world la London. Beet has advanced to 12s Cd, and In
ew 1 ork centrirngal m polarization to Sc at w hlch
price holders are very firm
The statistical position continues to Improve The
stock In all hands in the United Mates Is now 11I,VM
tons nnder the highest point or the year The consumption
la large, being 13 per cent, higher than the
Iirevlous year, and judging by the smaller exports from
Irarll and Phillplnrs now afloat, the receipts tor
balance of this year will prove less than last ytar, and
probably the present execs of stock will gradually
MCE On the arrival of the htmr Mariposa, rice
was freely offered CMUc cash and almou Immediately
at 4iC Oo days 1 nc latter Quotation Is the rating rate
Carolina news to date Is a large crop, extra
fine quality This may cause low prices here and Last
for some time to rome
n.OLH I. U fcxtra Family StJS f o b , K) Dorado
1.10 f jo b
HAULEY-No 1 feed $1(U per ctl I.ob
UliOUND per ton f o.b
OATb Fair IJ), med 1 40, tholce 1A0 fob
HAl Large bales wheat or oat 1 to JITf o.b .
L)mn SIS fob
CHARTLrtS blncc our last advlcca rates have de
dined materiallv. last charter being a handy Iron res.
eel at ICs Cork, L k. English cargo advices continue
of a dull and declining nature aod shippers decline
snaking new engagements for the present. Wooden
tonnage la held at Me direct
LkMIANUE London Ml days eight IW, lew
York eight per cent.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
juv S Am bk Abbie Carver, I'cndieton fm Honcko'x
C Oer bk Centaur, Offcrren. from llnngkonc
K Am bk Aldtn Ileise, O Helen, fm 1'onland, Or
7 OSS Mariposa Hayward from ban Francisco
ej Am tern Eva, YA ickman, from ban Jrrandsco
Jtov & Am bk Martha Davis, Denson for Hongkong
6-Hr bk Ophelia Moddrel f or Portland, Or
8 Am bktne W H Dlmond, lloadlett, for h Inn
8 Br bk Pacific Slope, Lames, for Victoria, 11 O
8 Br bWaruna, Ingram, forl'ortland Or
10-Am bk Alden Dessle, O I.ricn. for Ilongkrg
fngate Print Adalbert, Jlcnslng J era
Vessels in Fort.
Ant ship Lldorado Humphrey
1 r llrte Tawcra
Am bk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Haw brig Haxard.Ticrney
Am bk J Icholas Thayer, Cro'by
Am sim uc ueo n ijomer I'erry
Am bktne Ella Howe
An bk Abble Carver, Fendlcton
Oer bk Centaar. Obrlsn
ObS Mariposa Haynard
Am tern Era, Yl ickman
Irorn IIonnkonz, per Centaur fall carjo of
Chinese provisions, merchandise etc
I rora San Francisco, per Mariposa, 2tor b Cargo of
merchandise, provisions, roduce, etc
For Portland, Or, pearuna "Nov 8 W) bap rice,
domestic valoe, bU15
I-or San per W II Dlmond. 2tor 8 Fartlal
carRO of rice, eupar molasses, etc, foreign value, 1,778,
domestic value, 19705
For Portland Or, per Ophelia, Tfov 5 K Clromene
(or ban Franclsco.per W II Dlmoiid. or e-Mrs J
Lyons and daughter Miss U Jones
(or Kauai, via Walanac per Jas Makee.ov 7 Dr (t
Herbert. Mrs Holt and family J Oell O Millraan, T
Maul and MoloUi per Llkelihe. v 8-W O
Ashley. J II (.lb. on, J bhaw and sister J I) Marlln.K
!orrir.MMTaylorandwifr,Mlsa LMctor II Meiers
andrrlfcMkealepl.l'atherCnlstcn II l'astano tl F
From San Iranrlsco perManposa or8 Ills Ex T
Ticomann, t H like and wife. It Llshraan, wife and
eon, Mrs J II Smith. Mrs J II Marsh Miss Anna Dixon
Cant VVt Pierce and wife, C Vt Hathaway, Adams
J M Horner, W vans. It II draham Miss i inkier E
A Jones bisters Paota Carlotia. Aarsru, Lena Albec,
Mother Superior Jndilh Mrst Clonrey, Mrs A O'to,
Mrs Love, F Prat, M8s h T Kee. A O Ellis I eese,
IlrJWisht, Mrs VMcbt,Miss K YUrht Miss Flight,
41 Chinese and C5 steerage
I rom YMndnard Ports pcrKtnau
II It 11 Princess Poomalkelanl lion
b O Wilder, C S Ash'oid. F I. Hitchcock, T II Hashes,
! D Freeih, b K Kahal, C 1 Alona O T Dearon, A U
Itonchardl, J I. lllalsdell W It Lawrence, S
and wife. Mrs Mary Lcwal and child, Mrs Iicwton,
A Sinclair, F b Dunn wife and 3 children, J D blroni
wife, child and servant
From Kauai per Planter NovO W M (Jlllespie, t.
Koehling.HMrenhkrk.EKruse Capt I Ahlborn Hon
J Hardy, Mrs It bpaldlnr and eon MrsJnlla liobluson
and UeoMandon MrApol, s nkal
From Hawaii and Maui, per W O Hall Nov 9 Ja I
I)owsctt,Jr A I blmerson A bnntcr I AThnrstin D
from Hamakna itr C R Illshop Moroff
W II Holmes.
IromMaul perLrhna ov9 Mrs J E Barnard
r or Molokal and Manl, per 1 Ikelike. ov A
Dixon Itev lather Oulstan. FB vutllir, Mrs II lorn
well, J M Horner. Jr,EKru;er W F Johnson, bObcd
At Ilelfonl. I ranee October 2nd IM4 to the wife or
M Ueorces Koechlin a son
this city, on the Clh Inst..
at the residence of the bride s father. Capt W iluax
Alpiucic, of ths Honolulu 1 ifles to Miss Maet Hoti,
eldest daughter of Capt, John Lrown or this city
WHITE San Francisco, October SMh,
at the residence of the brldss mother by Rev A L
btone, assisietl by Rev W 1-rear Oscan WniTt or
Honolulu, to Ella L. ffrncar, or ban Francisco
OH In Lahalna. Manl Oct
Stth at the Church of The Holy Innocents, by Kcv C
e t,roscr. HcvnT Dicxeksos to Katik, daughter of
CapL D Taylor, both ot Lahalna
The Sailor's Home,
At tho Anxtunl Meeting of the bailor's llorno
Society, in December, IBS.!, the Trustees
the Eiecnttro Committee, S C. Damon, Y
llaboock And John W atcrhouso, Jr., to make nil
neesssarj repairs. In obedience to that vote, the
Committee employed Mr. Ltarge5:8, to perform the
work and provide materials When tho repairs
were complete, he rendered a bill for labor and
materials, amounting to $1,181.30 The commit
tee oarefally superintended the work and approved
of the same
The Trustees nearly all cams lorward and liber
ally subscribed to pa; oil the debt which had been
Incurred. The following Enbscnptions hnro been
J.T. Waterhouse.Jr . . 50 CO
II t.lade . . MOO
l.A behaetcr&Co SO (
) W . Macrarlane Co . WOO
TV. U Irwin Jt Co . 50 ID
Iter. S C.Damon . . 50 00
b.t! Wilder . . ssto
A W Picrct.. .. 20 oo
cast .... 10 ui
H. Castle Jt Cooke loooo
C. It. Bishop Co ... .. 100 00
Lewers&Cookc 50 00
V W. Hall 50 00
Henry May WOO
B F Dillingham 25 00
Theo II. Darlcs ..50 00
Total Received I 780 00
Lnpald Debt 401 30
Tho Exocntivo Committee have borrowed
from the Dank, to pay off this debt. Any
persons favorably disposed will please forward
their subscriptions. It is sincerely hoped this
may be done, so that at tho annual meeting in
December, all liabilities may be removed.
The Committee have not a word to offer, in addition
to what was printed from the last annual report,
respecting the usefulness ot the Home, where
seamen and tronsint visitors may find accommo
dations ; where is kept n llible. Book and Tract
Depository and lteading Koom, under the general
superintendence of Mr. Dunscombe, n most earnest
and useful laborer among seamen and
The Planters' Monthly.
A rsirticuhrly valuable number of the Planter'
.VoxfAfy'is issued this month. It contains the
whole of the proceedings of the nntra' Labor
and tsnpply Company during their late meeting
There ore most valuable statistical tables which
will be read with interest by planters at liome and
abroad, there are reports, not only on tho greit
Rtaple, but on cognate topics, which are most interesting,
and the whole is put together in a handy
-form. A mero glance at the index shows what
kind of material IS fomtahed to the reader. Machinery,
"lransportation, Vanties of Land, Labor,
Live block, Masccralion, Forestry, and more local
are the papers on Legislation and onr treaty relations
with the United blates. These papers are
not the production of mere theorists, they are the
careful opinions of practical men, and as such arc
the more valuable. Men who have tho work of a
plantation at their fingers' tuds, who are dally in
contact with laborers and with the land, are the
men whom planters In other countries like to hear
from. o Know of no sugar publication which
puts forth papers of this kind so fully as the
3loHtkly of Hawaii, and we feel sure that this
number IwUl bo largely quoted from in all sogar
Assortment end Taxation Returns 1881.
The following statements of the valuation of
taxable property and polls and the assessments
made thereon have been obtained by the courtsey
of Captain Geo. II. Luce, Tax Collector of tho
District of Kona, which includes the capital city
and outlying districts.
Real Estate . Gcs,fara)
rerspnal Property aluatlon . . . lsSn,H7 00
Carriages. o . . OGS
roll, No . . ... C.7I7
Do-s,o .. . 1.043
Carts !o . . " 411
schools. Polls . S65I
Insurance (value or property) 1,316AS0 00
From the above returns the following taxes
have been levied :
Real Estate ....
s 50.1l .11
rersonal Property . . . mono
Carriages .. .
Dogs 1,03 00
Road ... ltsan
Insurance ... . , 1.5ISC0
Total amount ot Taxes SMtyxr 5d
Ui( Majesty returned to this city, f rora Hawaii,
on the 8th lust pr steamer A'ihrh. The usual
Salutes were fired as the steamer entered the bar
bor. II, 11. B. Princess l'DomaikelanL lion E.G.
Wilder, Clarence VT.Ashford Esq, and others also
arrived by the same vessel.
Exchange on San Francisco is now selling at 2t
The Minister of Finance is again confined to h's
house by illness.
Tfia HM (i.IU)u.IJ':.. 1 t
upon by the local authorities.
The Government expects to receive an importa
tion of gold coin by the MameHn .
The ship Eldorado was successfully lowered from
tho Uance Hallway on the 11th lnst.
T- l n,t, . . , .L.n. . . .
.u. ... viipuaui, iann;rij Ol me ivliy iuarket,
Jiouanu street, has recently opened tho Hotel SL
Captain Mclntyre is cutting down the trees on
his lot facing Nuuaau Avenue and Is putting up a
Hesidcnts of Hamakua Hawaii hayo forwarded
n fMtfmnmsf rtt !,! .tfMm ..d . i -J . ,
as it.. f. .ii, !.. &. : s ,l f. .
u.. -U.-.1, iun muui, us foccireu uio nrsi
nMMLucu.v. wiiios oupiy ui xjos, wnicn ne or
derod in person in England.
The "distuiguiahable'' numbers for the local
expresses have not vet been rtlanri em t ha -.
The Deputy Marshal is stxlfthiukins.
rTlia.w will l- - a-.a - AAn w .
VSi. """ ii oi mi yaros ior a purse
f 200, between Willie King and Jacoo bims, on
the Esrjlanadn at nnr.n et fhn 1711. lnB
Col. Allen has changed his office from Brewer A
Co. s store to the Bank. lie will eontinne to attend
to the same class ot business as before.
Paakaula, a native woman, niamed, residing on
Beretania street near Emma streeL drormed dead
on the evening of the Cth lust. Heart disease.
A son of Mr. E. P. Adams returned to the land
of his birth by the ilanjxua. It is many years
Bincc nuiiam Aaams nas seen nis native
Marshal Soper has been locating a number of
places for new lamp-posts, during the week past
and Mr. C. O. Uerger has -had them placed in
The well known one trnle Aomss on the Xnnann
Avenue has ceased to exist. The property has
been sold and the new proprietor is making n
nouso 101 ot it.
Ex Marshol Parke has opened an office at Is'o.
lZlthodesllmlding, where he will be happy to
meet his old friends, and will transact alt bust
ness entrusted to his care.
Yoonc men who find time hanmnr heaw on
their hands should visit the Y. M. C. A. hall and
get enrolled in one of the many classes for study
that are extant in that institution.
fThhlf nro rolnmn.1 !, tl.a Suwrslarv nt fl.n
Merchants Exchange ban rrancisco, and to Purser
Guard of the steamer Martpoxa, for files of
lu.D J'njfVJS, lUbCllEU IU19 UU1113.
The band attached to the German man-of-war
I 'i inr Adalbtrl regaled citizens un
the evening of the Tth met, by a concert, given in
the grounds of the Hawaiian Hotel.
Hcv. Dr. Damon preached the sermon at the
morning service nt the Bethel church on the 9th
lnst, and Key E. C. Ocral performed a like ser
vice at the same place in the evening.
H I G M corvette iVinr Adalhtrt sailed from
this port on tho 10th lnst. for Callao. lief ore leav
ing, the vessel was visited by His Majesty, who
was received with the customary honors.
-Sew clothes or overcoats is now the subiect
which is agitating the minds of the supporters of
the two candidates for Presidential honors in tho
United btalcs. Good for the dry goods dealers
Xuae, the escaped prisoner, still enjoys the
pleasures attached to unfettered liberty. Altera
couple of houses haro been broken into and a
couple of horses maimed the rascal will probably
Ihe attention of our readers is called to the no
tico of the Minister of Foreign Affairs relative to
the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Ex
position. The notice came in too late for any ex
The supporters of the success! ul candidates in
tho election held at Wiseman's on
should not forget that there was considerable
dancing but the fiddler was paid solely by Wise
man. Come up !
Tho American batk .(Mu lit me, Capt. O'Brien,
arrivod off this port on the Cth inst, 'ihe vessel
was en rome from Portland, Oregon, to Hongkong,
China, bho sailed again for her port of destina
tion on the 8th insL
Programme cards of the various races, includ
lug entries, courses and prizes may be obtained at
J M Uat, JriCo'stm biturday, the ISthinst.
Urdus may now be left there, only a limited
number will be printed.
Jonathan Austin, Esq-, Attorney and Counsellor
at law, has opened an otnee at ho 12 Kaahumanu
street, where he will be ready to attend to all legal
matters. He will attend to business in English,
Hawaiian, French or Portuguese.
IUV.E.C. Cutler, the agent for the " Pcoplo's
Encyclopedia" has received the first installment
of that work, on the order forwarded by him to
the Cutst, and first subscribers will be supplied
during the coining week.
Tho fair to raise funds in aid of tho Anglican
Cathedral will be held on Friday, December lth,
at the rooms of tho Y. M. C. A. Much work has
been done for the fair, and it is confidentially
hoped by lis promoters that it will prove a enccess.
Another addition to the shell boats was made on
tho arrival of the Manjwtt, this time a t oared
sliding scat cedar, 40 feet long, built by Rogers of
ban 1 rancisco and consigned to the Myrtle Boat
Club, 'ihe boat has been named pni tern, Sti avgtr.
The usual Gospel temperance meeting was held
in tho Bethel vestry on the evening the 8th inst.,
and n as well Attended. Un tho evening of thelSth
inst, baturday, there will be Uke servlocs and
strangers, especially seafaring men, are invited to
Marshal Soper is causing tho police of tho city
to become much Interested in hu actions, he having
a habit of turning up at street corners at rather
Lite hours of night and exhibiting a very unomcial
like anxiety to learn the whereabouts of absent
His Lordship tho Bishop of Honolulu occupied
the pulpit at the Anghcan church on the morning
of the Ulli inst,, and itev George Wallace preached
in tho afternoon. Both sermons were interesting
to tho large congregation of worshippers present
at i ho services.
Mr. Charles Alexander a well known resident ot
Makawao Maui, formerly manager of the Haiku
Plantation was brought to this city by the Aia
on the 8th inst.. for medical treatment Injuries
received by a fall from a horse which ho was rid
ing, is that cause of the mental trouble.
A paper shell, single scull, was received by Mr.
Y. M. GuTard the secretary of the H.B. V.ti,
por llanjxna. As Mr. Oscar Branch of the Myrtle
club has been evincing a desire to try conclusions
in srnglo sculls with somebody the prospects aro
that the opportunity will now be offered.
Mr James beely a professional trick oarsman,
spoken of by Ed. lianlan as "the champion" La
that line of business, is taking charge of the framing
of tho crew of the G oared shell which the
Honolulu Club enter In the coming regatta. Mr
Seely finds good material but considers tho time
too short to obtain thorough training.
Tho German bark Ctnlaiir, and the American
bark Abtne Carter both from Hong Kong, the
CG days and tho Albit Carter US days, passage,
arrived here on the Cth inst. The AbUe Carter
brings 1,000 tons general merchandise and the
CtHtaur TOO tons Chinese goods. Both vessels are
now docked and discharging.
Mr Frank J. Ballinger formerly police reporter
on the bairFrancisco Chronicle and latterly city
editor of tho ban Francisco Call is expected to
arrive pr the Incoming H". G. Irtnn Mr Ballinger
during his stay will endeavor to recruit his health,
which is poor, and also obtain information on
subjects relative to Hawaii nai.
News was received here, by the last mail, that
the Hawauan bark Augusta, which stranded recently
on the bound and was subsequently gotton
off and purchased by A. P. Lorentzen of San
Francisco is to bo repaired at Port Blakely at an
cxrjense of $4,500. and will then co under the
Ths Hawaiian Band rcseemod its labors, to
please the public, by a concert at Emma Square
on the afternoon of the th inst. The programme
presented consisted of selections from the works
ot Meyerbeer, buppe Miilocker, Verdi, Bizet and
Lamoltsond the large crowd in attendance were
well pleased with the performance.
Dr. Parker, formerly medical superintendent of
schools in this citv. has resigned his position as
such and accepted the position ot Government
physician at Vaialua, Oahu, n Dr. Montzwho
has been appointed resident physician for Molokal
and the leper settlement. Dr. Parker, will leave
lor ins new location on me utn inst.
''1.B nmli.n lAnlrtn) a.w tttn. 1...S .. ..ml.,..
turned up bright and smiling last Saturdav morning
He says he has bought thousands of acres
in Kansas, Idaho or Texas and intends to take to
stock raising in earnest. He has done a fair
amount of "stock" raising in Honolulu and is
entitled to take his little oIimm cum rltg.
The farce connected with F. G. Fond, who is
reported as having got to windward of the
astute Attorney General to the amount of f30 hard
cash, was ended during the past week by the
defendant leaving the Kingdom surreptitiously.
As the only bail was Pond's own recognizance the
Government is at a loss in the transaction.
The nronertv owners alone Alakea street and
especially those whose property is situated near
tho comer of Merchant street are loud in their
complaints against ltoad Supervisor Hart who ha
neglected to contribute to the comfort ot tenants
in the vicinity, by not ruling up the mud holes
which every rain storm brings into existence along
Members of the Honolulu Tacht and Boat Club
are Informed that the club ribbon may be obtained
from the becretary, Mr W. M. Giffard. This club
has, to a (rest extent, forwarded the business connected
with ths coming EeraUa even going to the
extent of caring for the comfort of members of the
consular and diplomatic corps and Honolulu's
prominent atixans, on the Begatta day.
Anxious enquirers about the Government Building
are asking for the Auditor General. Seeing
he receives $5,000 per annum for overlooking bills,
and keeping no books, (rtd proceedings of last
legislature) he might be on band whenever he is
wanted. But then of course he may be keeping
an eve upon that favorite business which he no
longer conducts, (also mfc proceedings of Legislature
The 0. S. S. Uarlpma arrived In port here
from SanFrancuco at sharp 12 o'clock (noon) on
the 8th inst, C days and 3 hours from the "Golden
Gale." By the vessel, as vxtssenctrs, came. Mr
and Mrs W. H. ltice, Capt and Mrs A. W. Pierce,
Dr J. Wight and family, J. M. Horner, A. O. Elbs
and the lona looked for Attorney-General. A
number of Eoman Catholic Sisters also came by
At 3.30 p. m. on the 5th inst, an aUrm was rung
from Ward 9. t).M wnnnn hamn A In S1.A wel
dence of Mr. J. W. McGuire, tht Fire Marshal.
bhw qujcMy ana me uuuaing, wuicn
was of wood, was a mass of cinders before the De-.
iMiuacai gut to wura. xor. aicucxre loses nearly
all his personal piopeily, no insurance; the
was insured for $1,000. The cause of the fire
is yet unexplained.
For the past two or three days there hu been
on exhibition in J. M. Oat a. Go's windows two
splendidly embroidered banners, with the initials
" M. B. C" beautlfollr worked in U rsmtr.
These banners ore a present to the members of
the Myrtle Boat Club, and ore the handiwork of
Mrs.Dr.Mc'.Uijter. of this city, and are a credit
to the fair artist, and will be highly prized by the
Captain W.H. Aldrich of ths "Honolulu Binti"
was united in marriage, In this city, on the 6th
lnst, to Miss Mary Hale brown, eldest daughter
of Captain John H. Brown. A large and fashionable
gathering was present at the cerrmony and
also at the reception held later at the residence of
S. J. Levy, Esq. A beautiful display of wedding
presents greeted the view of ths callers, prominent
amongst which evidences of good wishes was a
complete breakfast, set in elegantly chased Isjver,
the offering of the "Honolulu lUflea." The Hawaiian
Band performed choice selections during
the reception hours. Aloha.
On Monday and Tuesday last Mr. E. P. Adams
commenced a largo credit sale by ordw of H.
HackTeld & Co. at their stores on Queen street.
The attendance and bidding was only fair, and
prices did not rule high however a large assortment
of goods changed hands. The "Ornhan,"
Who had onlr Tost retnrned from hia vanatlnn
weilded the hammer on this occasion, and used his
most persuasive eloquence to induce bidding, but
even he could not mske water run up hilL The
sale will be continued to-day and to-morrow, when
tailors goods, wines, liquors, etc, will be offered.
A well known tailor of this city is nnder suspicion
of having enjoyed himself during the last
week by playing several practical jokes, one, removing
a sign belonging to Mr. C. Oertx. the shoe
dealer,' obliterating the portraits ot two kittens
thereon, and substituting a monkey, adding the
name of the owner of the sign as the artist.
Later, one of the clerks of Mr. Kolte, who opens
the saloon in the early morning, found himself
debarred from making his usual exit by a padlock
and bar which had been attached, during the preceding
night, to his door. Again the business
cards of a house in a certain line of business were
Elentifully pasted on the sign ot an opposition
ouse m the same line. Altogether the joker has
had an interesting time, but the end is sear.
Tho Inspector of Schools railed St. Alban's College
on Mondai , and spent the greater part of the
day in that establishment. The following classes
passed in review before him: Algebra, quadratic
equations; arithmetic, interest and percentage;
history, clasi 3, four centuries of Christian Era;
history, class 2, the time of the Crusades, geom-try,
proposiUonslandOof Loomis.book6; Euclid,
propositions book C, first Latin class, Horace 1st
satire, and n few odes taken haphazard from books
1 and 2, and exercises in translating without dic
tionary; second Latin class, Cauar, book 4, chapters
K and SC, third Latin, elementary work. The
Inspector expressed himself as highly pleased
with the recitations. His visit to this private
school was thoroughly unexpected.
The Paia Mill, is in full blast again and turning
Out a beautiful sugar from cane grown on the
A government English school was started Monday
the 10th at Uamakuapoko in the Young Men's
Christian Association Building. This building
will be used for the purpose until the new school
house is built.
A native traveling across Maliko Gulch in the
dark, a few nights ago, came near getting killed.
He nalked too near the edge of the upper wagon
rond and it cared in precipitating him on to the
new lower road some 20 feet below. He lay insensible
for some time and recovering consciousness
bad to lie in the road on hour or mors before he
succeeded in making himself heard. Thorold
road should have a guard of some kmd at the top
to keep people from coming down.
A Birthday Party.
On Monday evening last, quite a large company
ot ladies and gentlemen assembled at the residence
ot Mr. George Lucas, Kukui Place, the occasion
being the celebration of tho birthday of
two of his children Euss Eliza and Mr. John Lucas.
At abont 8 o'clock the guests began to assemble,
and by half past 8, a large number had armed.
Shortly after dancing was inasguratid, in
the large room recently erected, and under the
inspiration of tho sweet strains of Berger's airing
band, was kept up, with slight intermissions, until
the call for an adjournment to the supper table
was announced, where all did ample justice to a
feast which was a credit to the host. After satisfying
the inner man, dancing was again resumed
by the younger portion of the company, while their
ciuera wuo usa lorgotten now to dancer engaged
in social converse, eating ice cream, Ac Altogether
a most pleasant evening was passed, the
party breaking up about two a. m, by bidding
their host good night, and wishing the "twins"
many happy returns of the day.
Tho Will or Mrs. C. R, Bishop.
A petition for probate of the last will and testament
of the late Mrs. Bishop was filed November
2d by tho executors, Messrs. C B. Bishop and S.
M. Damon. The real estate was estimated at $300,-000,
tho personal property at $75,000. The following
aro the names of the devisees and the bequests
'Xo these namesakes E. Bernice Bishop Dunham,
neice of C. K. Bishop, resident in San Joaquin
county, California; Bernice Parke, daughter
of W. C Parke, Bernice Bishop Barnard, daughter
of the lite J. E. Barnard; Bernice Bates, daughter
of Dudley C. Bates of San Francisco: Annie
Pauahi Cieghora, daughter of A. S. Cleghorn;
Lilah Bernice Wodehouse, daughter ot J. H.
Wodehouse, and Pauahi Judd, daughter ot C. li.
Jndd, J00 each.
To Mrs. W. F. Allen, Mrs. Amoe Usaleles, Mrs.
Antone ltosa and Mrs. Nancy Ellis, (300 each.
To Mrs. Caroline Bush, Mrs. Sarah Parmentsr,
Mrs Kcomailani Taylor and Mrs. Emma Barnard,
To Princess Liliuokalani, the ahupuaas of
on Kauai, and of Kcalia, on Hawaii, to use
To Kealohapauole and his wife, jointly, $30 a
month during their livej, and to them and their
heirs a lot of land known as Mauna Kamala, at
Kapalama, Honolulu, to use during life, and to
revert to the estate if these die without issue.
To Mrs. Kapoli Kamakau, $(0 a month; to Kaia
w, and Kakaahiki w, each $30 n month during life.
To Kapaa, a lot now occupied by htm, to use
To Anhea w, a lot on the corner of llichard and
Queen streets, now occupied by G. W. Macforlane
A, Co.. to use during life.
To C. It. Bishop, the Molokal llancb and live
stock, also all of the real property wherever situated
inherited from testatrix's parents, also all
real property devised to testatrix by her aunt
Akabi (except the lands devised, as above, to Princess
Liliuokalani,) also the Waikiki property, to
use during life.
To Queen Dowager Emma, the Queen street property
of the late ltutb, known as Kaakopua.
To Queen Dowiger Emma, the Emma street property
of the late Princess llnth, known as
also the fish pond of Kawa, near Honolulo,
to use during life
To Kawaiahao Church, $3,000.
To Kawaiahao Girls Boarding School, $5,000.
To C. It. Bishop, S. M. Damon. C. M. Hyde, C.
M. Cooke and W. O. Smith, all the residue of
estate, to provide two schools for both
boarders and day pupils, to be knojn as the
Codicils to the will make the following modifications
of tho original document:
To Mrs. W. F. Allen, in lieu of the sum men
tiontd in the will, $1,000.
'Io Queen Dowager Emm, in lieu of Kaakoput
residence, the lands on Nnu&nn street known aa
Latmi, to use during life.
4u u. ai ambuuu, m auuuion to uoquesis aoave,
the land of Waialae nui, the land of
the land of Maunalua. also the premises known
as Kaakopua on Emma street.
lunuiuKiiji, aou osauwis n, om rouwicra oi
testatrix's parents, the premises of Wailuakio, in
Kapalama, Honolulo, to use during life.
Io Kaluna and Hoopii his wife, premises where
thev live on Lihha street, for use of one or both
To ifaiapaakat and Loika Nahna, his wife, an
acre of land in Kauluwels. Honolulu, to use during
To Lola Kahailiopoa Bush. $300 a year during
her minority (11 years) to be applied to her clothing
and education, and upon her coming of age
$i,uuu ior ner use.
To Bernice BishoD Barnard (in lieu of
sion In will as above) same as the foregoing legacy
to Lola Bush.
To Samuel M.Damon the ahupuaa of Moanalua,
(near the Three Mile House, on the Ewaroid)
District of Honolulu, to have and to hold forever.
'Io Kaleleku k, and Kaoliko k, servants ot deceased,
$20 a month each, for lite.
To Kealohapauole and his wile Kahaknh.iakoi,
in lieu of the provision made in the will as above,
the land of Hanohano, Ewa, Oahu, for use during
To Iolani College, $2,000.
To English bister's School, $2,000.
To bt. Andrew's Church, $.2000.
To Kaiulani Clechora. the lot. Kanewai. at it
kiki, Oahu, during life.
io iter, iienry u. jarker, $5,uuu.
A second codicil makes still further chances as
To Princess Libuokalam. the land of Kahala.
adjoining Waialae nui, District of Honolulu, to
use uunng me.
To Kapaa, in addition to the provision made, as
above, additional land in Honolulu, to use during
To Auhea. in lieu of the provision made above.
a lot on llichard street, to use for life.
The original will is dated October 31. 1593. the
codicils are dated October 4, 18S(.
tux iunmiimi scnooxa.
the language ot the will and codicil relating to
the proposed hamehameha bchools. it not in the
exact words, in essence, is the living forethought
of the dead Chiefess for the race from which she
sprung. The passages quoted below are all that
refer directly to the establishment and conduct of
"Xo expend the annual income in the mainte
nance of said schools, meaning thereby the salsries
of teachers, the repairing of the buildings, and
other incidental expenses, and to dsvote a portion
of each year's income to the support and education
of orphans, and others in indigent circumstances,
giving the preference to Hawaiians of pure or part
"I desire my trustees to provide first and chiefly
a good education in the common English branches,
and also instruction in morals and in such useful
knowledge as may tend to make good and Industrious
men and women, and I desire Instructions
in the higher branches to be subsid ary to the foregoing
"I also direct that my said trustees shall anna
ally make a full report of all the receipts and ex-
penairares ana ot ins conaiuon ot saia bcdoois, to
the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,
"I also direct that the teachers of said schools
shall forever be persons ot the Protestant religion,
but I do not Intend that the choice should be
restricted to persons of any particular Protestant
"I direct that a majority of my said trustees may
act in all cases. And that the number of
my said trustees shall be kept at five, and that vacancies
shall be filled by the choice of a majority
of the Justices of the Supreme Court, the selection
to be mads from Protestant.
"Of the two schools 1 direct that the
school for boys Shall be well established, and in
efficient operation before anv luonev shall be ex
pended or anything is undertaken on account of
ins new scnooi lorgiris. u is my aesirs inst my
trustees should do thorough work in regard to said
schools so far as they go; and I authorize them to
defer action In regard to the establishment of
schools for girls, if, in their opinion, from ths condition
of my estate, it may be expedient to wait
rffitH ths life estates created by toy will have
"I also direct that my trustees shall have power J
to determine to wnai taia scnaou man oe
industrial, mechanical or agricultural, and also to
determine it tuition shall be charged in any case.'
A Vacation on Manna Kea.
To an old timer or kamaaina, ths mention of a
trip to Manna Kea is suggestive ot a long, tedious
ride, various camp discomforts, not the least
among which ore vigorous scratching?, rubbings
and wngclingi resultant from ths attacks of that
small peat, the pule irritant, and n tired sense of
havmir, a hard time generally.
In compaxy with a party of pleasure and health
seekers, it was recently my good fortune to dispel
some rather vivid recollections ot former experiences
of camp life on a recent trip thither.
It wss a rough, hard nde ot thirty two miles
from Hilo; over broken country for five miles,
though the woods, K mde and a half over a dangerous
road, full of sink holes, out on to the Sow
of 'X and over its rough, winding trail for fourteen
miles, then a scrub growth of ohia. out on to
the open, across a rolling country for ten miles,
and our party found themselves shivering around
a newly kindled fire in the great fireplace at Messrs.
Ultcaoock iiros'. camp at Kapuaxala.
Ths first part of the Journey had been performed
the before. Jaat on the edce of the lava
flow, six milts from town, is a bark cabin in rather
a conaiuon. nere ws
At daybreak the next morning we were in ths
saddle and facing the blue-gray old mountain,
which loomed coldly up in ths growing dawn-light.
At our backs the sky gradually grew lighter, threw
a rosy tint over the mountain and finally settled
down into a somber gray, indicative of a wet drizzly
day, nor did it belie itself. A wet, misty fog
soon enveloped us and cniilea us most inorougmy
before onr arrival at camp.
Ina sheltered hollow just m the upper edge of
the forest belt that girdles Mauna Kea ths gentlemen
just mentioned have had built a roomy substantial
frame house of koa lumber, hand sawed
on the place. It was a surprise to find so many
comforts and conveniences of drilized life here
where one would expect to have to put up with ths
spare accommodations of a remote region where
the only means of transportation are
Delightful it was to sit in rockers and lounging
chairs, telling of exciting bullock hunts, luteninjr
to old Hawauan legends or discussing the currant
questions of the day, watching the flames dance
and flioker up the dark chimney those long evenings.
Nor did we luxuriate less in the warm comfortable
beds with clean sheets and pillows in
place of the heavy blankets and saddle bags of
The bracing air, lightened by an altitude of six
thousand feet, and correspondingly cool and refreshing,
proves a grand specific and health restorer.
Here is a climate somewhat similar to the In
dian summer of the temperate zone with nights
cool enough to make the cheery fire thoroughly
enjoyable that nightly crackles and roars in the
real old fashioned fire place big enough to take in
a fire foot log.
A party of five, with several additions for a day
or week, we settled down and mads ourselves at,
home. We were up for a three week's stay and a
time of rest and enjoyment we proposed to make it.
On a rouge of hills little over a mils from camp
was an abundance of pohas.
Picking these delectable berries and canning
them was one of the pastimes.
Hunting was another amusement. Wild cattle,
bogs, quail and a few plover and ducks mado
sport with the rifle or shot gun interesting work.
Several wild bull hunts resulted in more or less
interesting experiences and a replenished larder.
Wild pig bunting proved more exciting work, and
showed in one or two instances a wild boar to be
a dangerous and plucky animal. In two eases the
hunter was for a time the hunted though a repeating
rule give the sportsman the fatal advantage.
btrveral little porkers fell victims to our successful
foraging and were duly enclosed in the big
Dutch oven in front of the fire place from which
they issued in that delightful condition Charles
Lamb has so graphically immortalized.
Quail too were plentiful. We took a morning
gallop one clear day around the spur of mountain
put Kalaieha out onto the sand plats several miles
There we found quail in such large flocks that
out ot one tree into which we fired wo calculated
over two hundred birds flew, and ovary clumpy of
Dusucs ana tree in tnai region seemta to nave lis
quota of birds.
Though we wcro poorly armed, a half disabled
shotgun being our only piece, we retnrned to camp
with birds enough to make a huge pot pie.
It was n delightful experience to mount our
horses and take a cdlop in the sharp breeze of
early morning. On one occasion the sun was not
yet np, and whi!6 galloping across the open coun
try we naa a grand view oi coin mountains as the
first rays of the rising sun turned their grayness
into almost living color of pink and gold which
seemed to emanate from the very peaks themselves,
but which lasted only n few moments,
turning soon into the every day reds and browns.
We also had considerable wet foggy weather.
On one of those wet misty days when the dnzzle
had merged into a hard rain, about four o'clock in
the afternoon we heard n roaring of water in the
little gully maula of tho house. As it grew louder
and nearer some of ns ran out and were just in
time to see the front line of a sudden freshet of
dark muddy water go sweeping by. A cloud burst
on the mountain above had caused a sudden rise
and down it came with a frontage of about two
feet in height. Hiding out over the country a day
or so after wo found the trails and hill aides gouged
out in some places three and four feet deep. Ihe
fall of water must hive been enormous.
Thus the time passed only too quickly with
these varying incidents and pleasant experiences
and it was with ragret, to some of us at least, that
once more found ourselves in the saddle for the
long ride down over the lava flow and thro' ths
mud to Hilo, where without serious mishaps we
finally found ourselves with renswsd health, vigor
and experience, glad to have this added memory
to keep in the years to come. VliTOS.
The Coming Regatta.
The Begatta which is to take place in the harbo
here on the 17th inst, has created considersble
interest amongst boating men, more especially
with regard to tho events connected with the
races in the sliding eoat G and 4-oared boats, and,
as the day approaches nearer, the feeling is growing
to a degree of nervous anxiety on ths part of
the partisAta of tho various clubs. Ths committee,
consisting of Messrs. Iaukea, Wileox,
Moesmin and Cavanagh, have presented a
programme of events containing coursas and
prizes which is published in this issue, and they
are now Mtting the "finishing up" portion of
their duties. There is by no means the degree of
enthusiasm evinced that the occasion demands,
probably on account of the day selected and the
existing political complications. Following is a
brief account of the principal clubs and the entries
to be mads by them.
THE "HONOLULU" CLUB.
The Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club was
at present consists of 75 active and 12
honorary members, and is the representative Club
of the community, 'ihe club house is located on
the witer front makal of Queen street, in the rear
of the building formerly occupied by A. W. Pierce
4 Co. The present officers of the organization
are Commodore, Gov. J. O. Dominis ; V ice Commodore,
Hon. Frank Brown; Captain, Charles li.
Wilson; becretary, W. M. Giffard; Measurer, Thos.
Sorenson. For the coming raoes tho Club intend
to enter tho following boats, if opportunity offers:
KajHohni, six oared gig, built in China, stationary
scats, weight SOO lbsn rows on gunwale. .No.
2ame, shell, sliding seats, built ot sugar-pine
by Griffin of San Francisco, rows on gunwale,
weight 200 lbs. This boat will bo pulled by a representative
crew of the Club, consisting of John
Dowsett stroke, John Holt, G. Morse, J. U.
G. Markhjim and Harry M. Whitney; coxswain,
The colors of tho Club aro white (diamond) on
the "itxnrLr." CLCO.
The Myrtle Boat Club was organized February
1, 1883, and at present consists of S3 active members.
The officers are, President, E. Jones, Vice-President,
W. T, Monsarralt; Treasurer, A. Robertson.
The Club intends to cntsr boats in the
six -oared and four oared races as follows
Stranger, six -oared shell, sliding seat; G. Branch
stroke, H. Robertson, F. Wnndenberg, C. Purdy,
Alex, Lyle, James bavidge, J.Torbet, coxswain.
Four-oared shell, sliding Best; A.Brown, stroke,
F.Whitney, 1. Wall, F.Gardner; W.Lovc, coxswain.
Lilian. shell, stationery seats.
The colors of the club are scarlet and white.
This may well be termed the junior organization
of the local boat clubs both as regards date of organization
and the age of the members. The club
was organized Sept. 23, 1884, the first meeting being
held in the Y. M. C. A. haU,fundsnnallybeing
obtained which enabled the members to purchase
the boathouse formerly used by the Myrtle club
when they were in their infancy. Considerable
perseverance was displayed by the members and
out of their accumulated savings a four oared boat
was purchased from a San Francisco boat builder
which on arrival here last may, was christened the
Altoiua. At the lima of the stranding of the 7
Dorado off the harbor entrance this club performed
services which were substantiolly noticed by the
Government and agents of the vessel. The present
officers of the club are, president C. W. Baldwin,
vice president A. Young, secy, and treasurer W.
A. Dower. The colors of the club are pink and
white, and their representation will be placed only
in the four oared race of the coming regatta, viz.
Malniui, B. Baldwin stroke, H. Lyle, A. Young, C.
This organization in under the patronage of
His Majtsty who is ths mainstay ot the club,
owning all the boats and paying ill expenses. The
meetings, it any, are held in His Msjeatr
and are always of a most amicable nature.
The club will enter at the coming regatta three
or four boats.
A Government Agent In Trouble.
Captain C. H.Tiemey, an agent of the Hawaiian
Government and master of the brig Hazard, has
been arrested and committed for trial at the Janu
ary term of the bupreme Court, on a charge of
sianapping. ine onence is cnargeu io nave ueen
committed some 11 months ago at one of the islands
of the bouth Seas and has been investigated
by the Government on a statement made by one
J. Allen a former mate with Captain Tierney.
Ihe unblemished reputation which Captain Tierney
has maintained during his service in the
"labor" business has imbued even the prosecuting
attorney with the idea that the charges are
groundless, as against the Captain, but if the attorney-general
errs what a nice picking the
will have in the testimony. The Government
was for some little while obtaining evidence on the
charges, secretly, until the matter coming to the
notice of Captain Tierney be demanded an open
investigation. Captain Tierner goes to ban Fran-Cisco
on the llanima bnt will return in season for
the contemplated trial.
The attention of sugar planters in Queensland
is being drawn to the necessity of their supplementing
the cultivation ot cane, by that of
fibre. This agrees with the views so of ten expressed
in the columns of the Gazette, and we produce
the following extract as supporting views
similar to our own :
Ws hare frequently had occasion to point out
that it would be very desirable that in the Northern
coast districts selectors, planters, and farmers
should have some other industry beside that of
sugar to rely upon. The reasons for this are so
obvious to all men ot experience and ordinary
forethought, that it would be superfluous for us to
indicate them separately. Perhaps the most
patent of all these is contained in the circumstance
that scarcely any two tropical crops require precisely
the same conditions of soil and climato to
bring them to perfection, and it is at once manifest
that though these Northern coast districts appear
generally to be eminently well suited to the
growth ot sugar, it cannot be doubted that there
are other crops which would come to perfection
and prove quite as profitable. There is. probably,
no agricultural industry which would not, at times,
be liable to a crisis, arising from one circumstance
or another: but a crisis which threatens the
welfare of one Industry does not necessarily equally
affect another; and, therefore, we maintain that
the existence of other industries alongside the pre-sent
all absorbing sugar one, would prove highly
advantageous, not only to ths farmers andplac.
ten themselves, but to the whole community.
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Again, it is well understood that the successful
Prosecution of the Sugar Industry necessitates ths
expeuditars of a certain amount of capital is not
at all times at tho command of men of moderate
means, while it is by no means evident that other
industries, equally suitable to our conditions of
soil and climate, require such largo capital for
their development, Ws have seen already in the
orth that coffee, tobacco, and soms kinds of
,. " n Deens an being, grown sue-
CeSSfullv. from a nmtm,wt,l anrl Sn.niJ,! w,!..
of view. In other countries, where sugar forma
the staple produce, the attention of
been directed to ths point for which wo
contend, and, at the present moment, the class ot
product which is attracting the greatest amount
JJ attention is that of fibres of various sorts. In
this direction Queenslanders are placed in a
It has already been
denronstrated practically that various fibre producing
plants will grow to perfection, especially
In tho more tropical regions of the colony: and
they are also able, without expense, to profit by the
experience of other countries in tho matter of the
best machinery for rendering marketable the
various valuable fibres which they can grow so
easily and well. The only reason why fibre pro-
wuiuik uos not niineno spread mors rapidly in
tropica climate- is that adequate machinery has
not been forthcoming for the economical cleaning
of the fibre. This great desideratum has now been
achieved; and, in various parts of the world we
have different patents now in use, which have been
proved to bo capable of supplying the hitherto
much felt want.
The Superintendent of the Census. F. L. Clarke,
has laid upon the table the "prospectus or plan to
be followed (or taking toe Census of the Kingdom
. I884"? Froia iba " appears that the census is
to be taken simnltaneonsiy in every district of the
kingdom on the 50th of December next. The blanks
to be filled by householders, will be delivered by
appointed in the various districts, a
few days before the given dale and will be collected
as soon as possible after. Ths only question which
ws would like to ask is how it comes that F. L.
CUrke should be again engaged by tho Board of
lsducation, when his last engagement terminated
in a not altogether satisfactory manner, as far as
we have been Riven to understand. Otherwise the
arrangements seem to have been fairly laid out,
and it is to be hoped thst a truthful statement of
ttepopulation may be obtained. A great deal,
however, depends on the intelligence anacfSaency
of the sub-agents. We know of mistakes mads in
the last census. Some will probably be repeated
in this. Of courso such things are unavoidable.
What a Small Army Require
Returns are being prepared to show ths number
of packages which have been prepared and sent to
Egypt during September, and it may be interesting
to show, from the statistics already furnished,
what have been the supplies in toe way of food
and requisites for the troops of Lord Wolseley's
small army. The first order was receired on
August 23, and by September Kith the following
quantities had been shipped and sent off from
Woolwich: 1,033,000 lbs. of preserved corned beef,
li3,C0O lbs. of preserved fresh meat, 134,400 lbs. of
bacon, 13.400 lbs. of boiled mutton (added at later
date,) 62,800 lbs. of cheese, 1,500,000 lbs. of navy
biscuit, 32fCO lbs. ot cabin biscuit, 1CO.00O lbs, of
flour, 8,000 lbs. of baking powder, 79,000 lbs. of
tea, 132,000 lbs. of sugar, 63,000 lbs. of salt, 300
lbs. of pepper, 134.000 lbs. of compressed vegetables,
13,000 lbs. of jam (extra ration,) 7,000 gallons
of limeiuice. 13.00(1 lhl. of rormnfaiti.. 1
005,000 rations of crbsworst (preserved soup,) 32,
000 lbs. of cocoa and milk, 21,000 lbs. bottles
(half pound) of pickles, 1,200 gallons ot vinegar,
32,000 lbs. of nee, 32,000 lbs. of oatmeal. 42,000
lbs. of tobacco,-10,231 bars (three-pound) of yellow
SOai, S4.2S6 Ueoes IU lh.O nt rarhnlfn ennn
800 field hospital supply cases complete, 153,600
boxes of matches, 600 lbs. of extractum carais,
20,000 lbs. of coffee, 1,000 bottles of Tarragona,
60,000 lbs. of preserved potatoes, 1,000 bottles of
hranay, W,UW gallons ot rum, 2,000 bottles of ale,
2,000 bottles of stout, 1,000 pint bottles of champagne.
600 tins of various Sonne, and 1 0110 Una nf
condensed milk. Modern warfare is an expensive
matter, and civilization makes the soldier need
many luxuries. The Roman armies managed to
fight and conquer on corn, oil and vinegar.
Health of the Schools,
Tho examination Of tllA nnhttn afhnnim in ft,
Honolulu district, commetced by Dr. G. W. Parker,
will (it is said) be continued by Dr. E. C. Webb.
Dr. Parker reports that he has carefully, examined
mo luiiuwinir scuoois in Honolulu itself. Royal.
Pebukaina. Fort SL. Fort St. Roman tiathniu.:
two schooln,) Kawaiahao and Kaumakapill. In
all these schools, out of a total of 718 scholars,
only four needed to be removed from school in
order to undergo medical treatment, while two
schools (Fort St and Pohukaina) had nono but
perfectly healthy scholars He calls attention also
to a decrease in the number of scholars in tho
Royal and Pohukaina schools, chiefly in consequence
of reluctance to faco tho previous medical
examination of February and March last; this examination
hts also brought ont the pleasing fact
of a marked improvement in the healthy state of
some of the schools.
As it was mlended that this medical examination
should be renewed from time to time. Dr.
Parker planned n Medical Register of bchools,
each page of which is divided into columns, for
a distinguishing number, tho pupil's name, age,
sox, nationality, vaccination marks, date of certificate
of -health, name of certifying physician, and
space for remarks. Moreover, in order to identify
a scholar when removed into another clas3inthe
same school or when going from one school to
another, each scholar's certificate was marked not
only with a distinguishing number but also with
the elatt in which the scholar happened to be when
registered by Dr. Parker. This check was found
necessary, as Bomo of the scholara presented certificates
belonging toothers while one girl was
audacious enough to fill up her own certificate, by
mistake, however, writing her teacher's namo instead
ot the name of n physician.
Tho WhaUug Fleet
Ihe following news is taken from the S. f".
of the 1st inst "Tho entire Arctic whaling
fleet started south about Oct 5th. Yesterday there
were several arrivals at this port. Those veasols
arriving brought advices as follows: Helen Mar,
Ellis Captain, sixteen days' voyage, in ballast,
Whight and llowne, consignees. Whaling bark
Phmux, twenty days' cruise, with a cargo of C 000
pounds of bone and 350 barrels of oil, Green,
and consigned to G. N. Bartlott. Bark Jfory
and Helm, Hayes, Master, after a sixty days' run,
with 7J0 barrels of oil, 8,000 pounds of bono and
600 pounds of ivory, consigned to J. N. Knowles.
Bark ilinf and Susan, Barker, Master, after a sixteen
days' run, withn cargo of 200 barrels of oil,
3,600 pounds of bono and 300 poundsof ivory, consigned
to G. N. Bartlctt. bhe spoke, on October
4th, in tho Arctic, tho bark Mabel, in charge of
mates. Tho whaling bark Atlantic, Mitchell Master,
seventeen days' cruise, with G3 barrels of oil,
1,000 pounds of bone and 0 pounds of ivory, con,
signed to J. d. W. It. Wing. WhaliDg bark Una,
Gilley, Master, fourteen days from Fox Islands,
with a cargo of 130 barrels oil, 2,000 pounds bone,
CM pounds ivory and 21 fox skins, consigned to
Whight A. Bownc. On beptember 27th, put tho
chief officer and nineteen men on board tho bark
lfcitef, then in the ice, and sho was finally gotten
safeli(out. Also tho bark Abram Btrler, Tobcy,
Captain, after a seventeen days' run, with 100 barrels
of oil, 4,000 pounds of bono and 200 pounds of
ivory, consigned to J. A W. It. Wing; also tho balk
ilart, Allan, Captain, eighteen days, with 207 barrels
oil and 4)00 pounds bono, consigned to W. E.
Lcwis, also the bark Xapoleoii, Jernegan, Captain,
seventeen days, with 00 barrels of oil and 1X20
pounds of bone. The bark ilalel is reported now
on the way to San Francico.
A Dangeroua Counterfeit.
The San Francisco Bulletin of tho 1st lust,
notices a well executed counterfeit of the American
$5 gold piece, which has lately made its appearance
In business circles there. As Honolulu
is soon to be the recipient of a iargo amount of $5
pieces, it is just possible that this contraband
article may find its way here. Tho paper quoted
nays: "A very dangerous counterfeit of the
American five-dollar piece was recently taken by
the Oliver Chilled Plow Company and sent to the
United btates Mint in this city for eiamination.
In size and weight and central execution it was a
very close resemblance, so mneh so that several
parties in the Coiner's department of tho Mint at
first pronounced the coin genuine. The color was
like that of gold coins alloyed with silver. The
legend, " In God we 'I rust," on close examination,
was not quite as distinct as on the genuine coin ;
in all other respects the die was perfect, even to
tho small ' s" for S.m Francisco urdcr the head.
When broken, tho coin disclosed the fact that it
was a double counterfeit, it having beeu mado to
do duty as n counterfeit four piastre piece of the
Philippine Islands. Pulling off a pi iting on both
sides, tho words " Las Hlspanas "and the devices
of that coin woro distinctly seen. When assayed
it was found that the original piece was of nativo
The platiug, to raise the weight from
Etinum. or to make tho difference between the
nils and American coin, was an alloy of silver
and copper. Tim had been electrotfped or washed
with cold. ITie whole was so nicely calculated as
to make the specific gravity of gold, and the ring
of the coin was perfect.
The probability is, this com h but one of a large
number; that it was manufactured somewhere
where labor la cheap, say Hongkong ; that either
from detection or some other cause, a quantity of
the first counterfeit was left on hand, and was
utilized by increasing the size and rcstamping
with an American die. Whatever may bo tho
history, it is a dangerous counterfeit."
Dyspepsia, billinusncss, nervousness and
all cured with Hop Bitters. See ad.
TUCKS; 11 II.I. DCSOLD AT
auction at the GOVEIlMfENT
at KOHULALO at II M OX
SATU1H1AY ?tovembcr 15th. the
estrayed animals 1 Kcd Horse, one hind foot watte,
brand left SE, 1 Cream Colored Mare, white fere
head, white feet all mono brand Indescribable, 1 licit
Horse Colt, three white feet brand Indescribable, 1
Black old Horse brand rljlit II, 1 White Mare, brand
l31f B KtAtklr Tonnd Matter
stCASno a. rivTo I uirDSLxr a arveUAx
BINGHAM & PINTO,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IMrOIfTEES A5D DEALERS IN
OFFICE No. 410 California Street.
02? SAN FKAMJISLO CAL. 3m
Late of the City Market!
Hotel St. market.
Its SUBASTJ STKKITr. noVOLULC,
3X3 CC3Tjrs3Z3 OXTOXUB
CHOICEST SELECTION OF
FANCY CANDIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS:
Creams Opera Caramels Marsh mallows, Sarared
Almonds A. B Bon-tons, Citron Jelly lee,
Slices, Bose and Lemon (Jam Drops C C Noapariel
and Brilliant Conrersatlon Mint Loxenerrs,
splccd Chocolate, Chocolate trraras aa(j
Fancy and Plain Mlxod CanrJIos,
Also SCTS rectus S S. Almonds. Brazils,
Filberts Etc Licorice loams' dim.
Spruce Gum, ITlze, Bores.
Tho abort Candies Retailed at SUo per Its.
W C.UL AXD TUT THSil "So
Clears, Cigarettes Tobacco Uollhter Co. a Soda
Water Ulnrei Ale on Ice. and a fall line of
iir.i XtWnUTt GROCERIES, jr j
TltE BRITISH BJRK
CsT Tor Frelgbt or Tassage apply to
O W. MACrAttLANK A CO .
Inter-Island S.N. Co
TIIKOTJGII TICKETS TO THE
VOLCANO aid RETURN, can now be had st the
oiaceotUie Inter-Island S N Co. Tourist" teniae
Honolulo per time table of in- PLASTER, will bo
landed at ranalnn, thence by Railroad to rabala.
where norsea and Guides wUI be la attendance
By this route. Tourists can make the round ttlp In t
dais, rlvtng 4 days to visit the Volcano
TICKETS FCB THE ROUST) TRIP, lochnllnr
Horses. Oolde, Board and Lodelna;, tjGn.
te For f aruter partlcnlars anqaire at offle. of
Inter-Island S. N. Co., Honolulu,
Or Io J. F JORDA'f Volcajo 10U
Route and Time Table.
Xlll lemvs Honatnln earh Tn.nti, at A T V r.. t ,.
halns, Maalaea. Hakena, Mahnkona Kawalhae,
and Hilo. Leave llllo Thursdays vt noon,
tonchln: at the same porta on retarn, arriving back
PASSkXtlKR'TRAlV from NInlll will Im..
Friday at t l'.Jl., to connect with Ihe Mnao. at liana
The Klnan Vnih TOUCH at Honokala and Faanhan
on tfoira trlpi for rassenrera, if a signal Is mads? front
D7 Steamer Klnan will not take heavy freight far
Llht freight and packages only. Ml
heavy freleht for the above port will be taken by the
Lehua and Kllanca lion.
Le&YtM llonolala nwf Voixiav tti T V Inr otr.n.
nalukft.. KAbalal, Kemie ertry other wtek, II at to.
Ham, Klpthsla ud Naa Retarninx will stop it the
tbore port airlTlnz tuck SttnnUj morn Id "t
x or man paa passeoseri on .jr.
Learefi Honolulu fh Mnmlsiv at V tn P..
hsn. Koba.ilcle OoUla. KakaUa HonobJaa
llakalaa ami Unomea I.f taming will irtWe
back each Satanbf
STMR. KILAUEA HOU,
Will I(tTo Honolola o&co each week ft.rvj.me potts
ai the Lehaa.
Leaves Honolulu each Wednesday- for Kannakakai
Karaaloo, Pakoo. Moanal, Halawa, ailana Felekana
and halanpapa. returning each Monday rentn
0"Tbe Company will not be re pons. tile tot any
freight or packana nnleM receipted for, nor for twrr
sonal baz?ate nnlesa plainly marked. Not responsible
for money or Jewelry onlcss placed in charge of the
All possible care will be taken of Lire Slock, bat the
Comoany will not mnmi any risk of accident.
HAM U WILDER, rrcwldcnt
8 B KOSE, Secretary
OFFICE Corner Fort and Oncen Streets
Honolala. Sept 10.1831 1053
TIME MED F STMERS
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Steamer "W.G. HALL"
Icaies Honolulu for Jlaalue.i, Koun
ami Kniif on
WEI ESDAY. October ZU1 at Ism
. at Ipm
Arrh iii at Honolulu on
H EDNESD VY, October ZM, at5pm
SUND ir, Sovembcr 9th.... at 3pm
C VJIEr.OX. Commander,
i.iM"i,tT5'TTP5sPVV''":l P m ' SawlllIH
"""" a evening, Met
it.t,;y rnornlb;. p every
knlhaele,Honokaaandraanhao . ..... Returning will stop
t n u.vmiij ovtiu i raoruo;.
Stmr. JAS. MATTER
t Eirt Commander
v.1?.."" 1'R.I"VY at 0 a m for tValanea.
"2, "jpnannuiiiianca llemrnln" leaves hapav
"ViJV ESD " " " "- ni toochfiir at Walalaa
and natanae, arriving back every EDSESDY
MT OFFICE of the Commni. tnnt nt trn.a ut.
near the I'M MH Wharf irrtfo
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
thi: ori.r.xDin stkvmsiui'
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SH FJUHCISCO
0a cr about Monday Hot. 23,
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TUB 1IM.i;3DIll fjxE tSSllII'
On or about November 29, 1884,
rorrre8bt aod Passase, .pyfrto
103 It H HACCriXD 4 CO , J:.,l,
Ooodl lor SIllptneDt tier Hlfninrr ... ...
fce fttornl. Tree ol ClurKe, lu Ihe Flreirool
.an.Hv.B. ucuicaoicr tinnri.
The Agenta here are now prepared to
Isac Tickets to San Francisco and Ketnrn,
F0nSl25TUERQUAI) Till P.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week
From jVew York evtry Wednesday,
rrom action every Sidurtlau.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
Cabin MO, and IOO Osslil
Aerordln; to Accommodation
KETint: TICKETS OK FAVORABLE TEn
8lecrace. a Curmirr
Good ceommodatlon can alwara b seenred on an
fllcatlnto WILLIAMS IJIUOSU to" P
n ntaie Btfeet, Boston,
VEit.NOS It, BUOWX CO .
A Bowling Green, New Tork
lotlce to rassenzers from Anstralla, Sew Zealand
and Ilonolaln The Canard Line atonb more Iban nroal
facilities to through Tusesreri from
t37 Good aeeomnodatlon s alwav reserved
. VEKSOS H. DEOWX b CO .
10W IT a BowllnzUrera. Sew York
TIIK AJsNUAX MEETIXC OK
the 050MEA SLUAU CO., will hr held at th
Ofleeof OS WEDNESDAY. Kovem
J. O CASTES.
. . Secrrpro tern. Onomex Ssr Co.
By IiYOira &i IJ7CT,
Regular Cash Sale
On Thursday, Nov. 13th
at 10 a. m. at Sales Room. will he sold at aaetlsi,
An Assortment f
Crockery & Glassware
a lot or
Sicis So. I and 1 Sugar. Manila CIprs.
Barret. Fresh Salmon Etc Etc, Etc
LTONS A LEVET. Auctioneers.
AT TDBL1C ACCTIOX
T, ill be sold at pnbllc aactloa em th. premisekln WaW
loha Island of SUttL per order of Wai 5. Smith,
El Execntor of the Will or th. Ut.
S It. IIAL3KT on
Friday, November 21st
U 12 M , the followlnr nropertv via all that
Piece of Real Esiate
Known as the Haleey FremlMf,
Sitnatett on Main StrreL, Waflnttn. oppof t thf offlc
f Dr F II Endert.haTin? a frontas on Vita Street
Af SIS feet, ami eontalnlasKMOU of an acre, more or
leu, with; alt th Dai Mine. llaatett thereon, con its
A Small Dwelling llooa, took lions. Servant it '
quarters and other oat balMiit js.
THOS W KVKRKTT,
A action eer
Wailakti, Mini Xot 1ft 1& im t.
ED. IFluIiil & CO
Oftor For SaJLo
Ex Eecent Arrivals :
Fllseier Beer, In qua Jt pU ,
Superior Clarets aaChatea.t
Latonr Laltte, Medoe.
Of Lbaj Karre, Catte Manebt, L Bran Frerea
A Co , Carte ii Or
Bent Schiedam Oia. In tone and otaa ,
Brandies or nil klml.
Super for Tori amj Sherrr.
Canrao, Oranr littler!.
I reme1 Fraliaea.CremedeCacao,
ill. J and 5Uallns.
Also-Best lVtland Cement, of Stehman Jt Llefmsn.
Tatent Steel Barb wire at irreatlr reduced
prices, Soirar, Illce and I'addr Bag rianos of
Different Makers ear rOIt S VLB BY
ED. HOFPSCHLAEGEB & CO.,
1WI WEEK STKBtr
LAWES' CANE MANURE!
rmirrc lrviiKiwinvvn t ii- vim-
L landlnz ei 'orilBLIl." from the Celebrated
"Lawes' Chemical Manure Comp'y."
Prepared Especially For Uso
The Tm qaalltle contain more and less soluble
nitrates, for application respectively In dry
and rainy districts
iimim Thoo. H. Davles 4. Co.
Mr. Ii. B. KERB
Prom Great Britain
And will soon open with a
SELECTION of GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR !
EMIIIIVl INO THE
And Purchased by Himself
Corporation Notice 1
'P Mirt -V--v-- r ,.--
A inn Aji k. .ivu jinni lU Ut
'' cj nniticra 01 me uuuVE IIAUII
5ixri . ... . '. ;r,' x-:i "'.,a""o.n,o''"
.v.n.n.HK VUWI. WT-IH CiCVtCU JOT PUS
year ana antll lh1r successors are
m n ni
f II llobron Vice-President ..President
J II fair Treasurer
Y O Smith Secretary
J B Alherton Auditor
All of whom accepted office 1 O SMITH.
llonolnla Oct JSil. 1-BL 1051 it
Xotlce of Administratrix
mm: i'xijkiwig'k, iiavixc
JL len appointed Administratrix of the 'KiUIa ot
er bosbAnl Mareetlfis K TStstn l.f nl i..hnlHi
Man! decused notloea all persons havln2 claima
axalnst said estate to present th. same with the proper
vonchers attached, within six months from date or
they will b. forever barred, and all person, owlnz said
estate are requested to make Immediate payment to
Ihe nnderslcnrfal the residence of Her Majesty tfaetn
Dowiser Emma corner 'Xnnana and IVreUnla Streets.
OLI IA KKWTOI,
dmlnlxtratrlx Estate M E Vewton
llonolala Oct Slh lWt 10J3U
Visiting San Francisco
tAN riSD THE -
Hawaiian Papers on File
vr the orricE or the
S. F. Merchant.
ctrPaper, Pens Ink Directories and Information on
C. R. BTJCKLANTJ,
Editor & Proprietor
" "S. F. Msrrekaint."
A MKET1G OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of th. WAIAXAE COX PAXY. held
on October 11th. 1WI. tbe followlnz gentlemen were
elected to serve a. onVers for the entatnj year
Pmklen' .11 A Wldemann
Vice President. J L Itlebardaen
Secretary C O Berxw
Treasurer A Jasier
Auditor . i o
IBB It t O BES0E3. Secretary
FOB SAIiE !
IN CASES KD TIXH
log lm By H. HACKFELP A CO.
AT TIIK AXXUAIj OF
the Stock holder, ot Ihe PACIFIC
COMPANY, held In Honol.ta. tho 3th day of
October, tml, tho following oflceri wer. reelected for
the term of one year
A Frank Looke . President
w L rTlkox .
FBOat and Treasurer
II Waterbonse . . ndltor
Wm McCandleaa . Director
1CI It r B.Q1T. Secretary
W. E. HERRICK,
TTJBNEE LOT WOOD & IY08Y
BETHEL 3TBEET noSOLlTLtf
Baloaterra. CmlMS. KcnraU, Tsbla jLegv,
Billiard BaUn, Eta. Tamed to Order.
6000 WOSXHSHSHIP HID REASOUSLE RITES.
llTSI ME A CALL tfo
Aeat to talca Acfawnrledjmont. te Ccmv
traeta tor Jbataor
In the District of Kona, Island of Oah.at th. Onto of
tie llonolala Water Work footof Stmann Street..
T E. 7. ASJLXS.
fi. HacWWii Ci,V
November 12tk 13t3
Diagonals. Shirt., TTaaarts,
Dress & Fancy Go$d
ON THTJESDAT .
Hardware. Saddlery 3az
& r. An n. Acr.
"57 ajL.TX A BLE
Heal Estate !
ON MONDAY, DEC. f, 1864
I will offer t fubi. tocfcufu &
my Salesroom, for tub. U. foi vw u
Deilrbr Tarcets uf
B.onc.n;E to ttteKsUteof MlMOv t. RU
I.0 1 ot of the Uln Slmoa K Kut- Jt P?., 3
u. Honolulu. 163 feet front on hJns tttmft.iri.1 I
4wU.bc bonss and coMmodlon ttaat I
Ufipon. io rraiiaiBgvarw capacious wra awsj
aew ami la rood repair, tbe naut doom nmU'a'iir
eight lart room. Tb mdndaaieplutttl ifi'fi
flowftiBS Dlaota and aniM Tali i a mm d
ttrablo property for non wUhtnr a rmdrac
town. Marked hit Voaiaa aar are
LOT 3 A vacant Lot adjoining Lot. nu b llnofl
am aiu.wiB vo rLironfru a. ng jrt un
ataotlallr fenced. TliIafaaMinbl tcal.aavfas
dwelling hoofe Marked lot Don toe lur A
1AST 3 Tte Ahapoaa of Lanlhaii nal Kltiats fa Kona,
os lti lalaou of Ha pall Then. wm
wrarded to LanaHIo a A pan a 11 of Land ma t
loners Award SS&9. B confirmed bv Roy a Pa m
"lid. Area GO! acre
x 11 Dols, tuorney
a;, p. DAB.i. JLaMftr
irlMAIXINO I" GHJER.Vt, POST
OrriCE Ilonolaln. UtMxr lh ll
sort N Icloiloa Imi loltoel
f jnacU d Mrdesrn.
Oiin-Man 1 Fa.Ho. d Aril
S7M7 Jose Pacheeo Bonecra
3erriitJos Lnlntel Valsnt.
6319 Antonio d Almeida
67311 Antonio d tabr!d A ma
tll3 Mia 1 llvslra Airt;n
d Meit s BoraMto
JTTja JJoso Tacheco Flaefdo
7UV)Ant Uomes Jardta
KffTi .nsto Ferret
4 il Jose d sllva AmoslB
!iraMlss Maria d Eslnita
rssrl Francesco d Sllv.
ectct Man I Itanoso Manro
I Uooiinro. Antfje.
Jltr " Manoel Franco d Andrad
If artrnho d KrstUs
ITsVLoodeven. d Uoneeao d 'a
Wt "ranco d Joaqnto d
raneo Menlar. d ton a
MilMn I rJnc. prrelre
Franco d rent.
53SlJ(rse enanel. d Hoosn
arils-aan luolsrte. Jr
721M Franco d Sllva B.nto
TXIO nt Oome. d Ooavea
Monla d MedHro.
I ranUnod Avl!a
1 Maria d Medslros
KfWl Franco Corel.
9rri I os. Cordelro
I Silvelra Frank laugo n
xan i tupoxo
4Lrrt Franco d FreUaa Drts.
sln Jos. Andre
MSI Antonio d Ooevea
9n Kakan Hard. Hanson
99ZT9 lletnrlcli Andennan
MOT Lara Ilaasensea
SO E Allen
Tt Herman Ko Kenyan
2Mt 'Win thone Leoeir
.. Klni; Chtenz Loon
ZTl Cbeanx dskk
rjf7 Tartle. Inq.lrinjr for tetier . I. the above tsv
are partk.larly rvHsested ws ask lr .dverUsed Inters"
II. M. WlilTStT.
1USI It FostmastCT u ra
their Entire sluck and trade and rood tll of their
tmslnesstoth. IIAVt AIUX IURHUHE JU311.ll
TtRIMs COMPANY to uke elect fionnd aflr
All accounts aralast (b. Ira of WHITM.VX Jt
WIUOI1T will he stllcd by J. A 1'tLXKlt.ud al
nersona owle sall Arm are resnectrallj reonestnl t
Ihe same io J A lMLMKn. '.o. amphe" a
lock ISIzneil TVIUTMAI Jt WSft,UT
ne. of WHITMAN Jt WUIOlIT, ro uke efcet fe.
and after October 1st. MM ill oetstandtex acciajiiWi
of said Ann will be settletl br J A. f VLJIXU.at, . T!
t,amnoeii a dhsi mu. o m ruiisai w.sbhs
'neral mansffemrnt nt onr manofaetovT 3IBL fj
WEST retlrlnj) ILW VtBIOUT takSs, tnr;e nt
the blacksmith and Iron work department
Thanklns the omnmnnltr for their patroear 1n th
past, and sollcUIn; a continoanee .f th. eaeieosfishi
asserance. or oer best attentioa to alsr. t
tntsted to onr care Wo remain, verr respretrtHy
HAWAIIAN CAKRIAI.R MA5ll FACTCniXO O
(Hlirned) It. WBST Prmldenv
E. O Sill 1LN troHtrf
rUTB V.IOEBIUtED IthVltM nXCOJt
JL ldentmel wllb l. Interests or tbe W.VIL
OAItklAUE JtiairAtTITKIXII tOMriSY -S
tbls metlMvi of erorcsslncr our sincere tbank. fo. tbe
klndaesf, zood wllland liberal ctnplornient received
froes oer manr friends and patron, in uala coeunsnlt
at onr old stand
We now cordlaltr Invite joe all to ""aaax! oer
service, at eer new lleadqoarters on Qeren Street
where, with Imprtveil tacilttle. of steam pewera.4
machloerx, ws expect to tern off more work, wrtaf
greater and dispatch. Yonrs respertXiHy
(Slsned) S Jl WHrTJUf
tv iv VTiuoirr
KmHIAU FBOK THE MA.tAOt3fC.TT
ot the HAW til At CABBIAQK
COMi 3T, I wish la tiyress to thl commoaltr
K7 alncere thaaka for the liberal patronage 1 have rn.
jorrd at their hands aisd treat that the aante encoar
aztment end sopport wlllbe extended to rev sneretsore
tnalltheTranioeomr Terr reipectfelrr
leal (llljsedl U VTtST
FOR THE COmEXIOSI
THIS MOST PERFECT BEAITIFIEK KtOWU.
ft U Pare ud Harmless. DeKzhtfal la Ue Appllcatloa
art wonderfel la IU ZlecW, while the J
fallata detect Iti sue ftJfarehT
tor FOB 3 At BT CiilaiLi. i ai
nm aUrSTERr ,