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COMMERCIAL.
iiosniA't.r. vov r is).
Business this week opened up with a semblance of
aetlvlly that ws pleasing to fee. lint was the result
mainiy or inn mnntniy steamer e visii.rn rouic lor nnn
Frand'to ."Inco her departure we hive fallen bsck
ngsln Into quiet ginnve though we noto an Improved
tone In business genersll,
one in mmness generally
On Saturday lt Mr llirtnw offered at auction th
l'sse, for trn yrvrs, of several parcels of real ette In
Palolo Valley liclonelng til the estaienf the lair Charles
Long, comprising about 111 acre, which brought Ihe
handsome flirtiie of IlltS tier annum. tiarable semi
annually In advance,
Thi sehrs Julia A Lonz and Olovannl AnUni. offered
At anctlon during the weelt, have not been sold, Ve
since l'srn tint Ihe litter has been bought at private
svls by .1 I Dnwsett on Urms withheld
The brig Nlcolans linn changed hands dnrlng Ihe
week, Mr K II Thomas being the pnrchicr, on private
terms
The schr Excel'tor arrived yesterday from fan Fran
rlsco. bot wlihniit any liter mall than "wan received by
the MM, We are therefore without later quotations
We are reported to he In error last week In noting an
advance In Manila haul of sugar, taken from the Han
Kranclecn papers, a advlcee under datn of November
Sth ssy that ' there his b-en a drop In Manila, present
price Is 11 ,', equal to $ IS "
Thil being ono of the day we celebrate," all (lov
ernment offices will he closed and the city will assume
gsnerally her holiday attire, unless Interrupted by the
early arrival of the ilmr Australia, which may be con
fldefed duo this evening.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Arrlrad.
Nov M-Am lik John M Clerk, Conant, fll tlayi from
Hongkong
Mchr Kanlkcaonll, from llonnkal
21-Htnir Mkrllke, from Mndward
t " Hchr Mannokawal, from llanarriaiiln
Hchr Marlon, from Knkiilliaele
Hchr Prince, from Kona and Kan
-P M H H City of New York, Heabury, from
"t" Sydney
Si ffchr Mhnllho, from Honoapo
' 21-Am betne Cnnaurlo, Howard, from Kahnlul
HtmrJame Makee, from Kauai
Hchr Haleakala, from llllo
-i aSchr I.eahl. from Kohala ,
Mchr Warwick, from Kalanpapa
Hchr Wallele, from .Mallkn
27 Am eehr F.icelalor, Kilitel, 18 daya from Han
I ranclaco.
Htmr Moknlll, from Koolail.
Hchr Malolo, from llllo.
S7 Htmr C It Illahnp, Irom Kauai,
Htmr Kllatiea Hem. from Kahnlnl.
Htmr Lehua, from Maria nndMolokil.
Sitlieil.
JJorSO Am bk Coloma, Noyua, for Hongkone
21 Ilr ltcam yacht I.nncaahlre Wllcli, Edlefaen,
for Tahiti and nnclnnd
23-1' M 8 H Olty of New York, Seabury, for Han
r Krancl.co
' Htmr l.eliua, for Molokal and Itana
mmr miatica-nnu, ror Kanumi
Htmr V It III. hop. for Kauai
Hchr Waloll, for Itoiiolpu
Hchr I'auahl, for Onkala
23 Am achr Claim Hprcckela, Conalna, for Han
Krancl.co
Htmr I,tkllkc, for Windward
Hchr Kaulkenoiill, for llonnkaa
Hchr Manuokaxal, for llanamaiila
. Hchr Jenny Walker, for I'lihaluii
21 Hchr Marlon, for Kukulhaclc
25 Am bk Camden, Cutler, for Tort Townaend
Am bk ltalulrr, WullT, for Port Towntrnd
Am bk Martha Rldcout, Wlckbcrg, for Port
Town. end
Htmr James Makee, for Kanal,
4 VmU la Port.
Jalnlt bgtne Mlcolau..
Am lip trie Hazard. Mlllur
Am bktno Kill, Turner
Haw Fdir Julia A Long
,,.". .Am bk John M Clerk, Conant
Am echr Excolnlor, Kiutel
' 'Am bgtno Conauelo, llownrd.
Veusla Expected at Honolnln, from Foreign
Porta.
Am bk Mohican, Berry, New York, due, Caillo A
Cooke, Atrenta
Am bk Amy Turner, Newell, Ilo.ton, duo, C llrcwer
A Co, Agcuta
llrlt bk I.I77I0 Iredale, M(iaop, I.herpool, due Dec
It-I5,T II DavleB.Agrnt
flrlt bk Viola, Price, Liverpool, due Dec SS-mi
Uerbk O 1' llarmlcl, kchrock, llremiu, duo Dec 15-20,
II Hackfidd A Co. Agents
Ocr bk Atiilnntn, llrciccn, loading Oct 1, 11 Hack-
feld A Co, Agcnti
Oer B H CaMnmlrn, , Hongkong, to anil middle Oct,
It Hackreld A Co,' Agents
ucr bk f.uker, Kaeinann, Wlmnipon, duo, Slug Cliong
A Co, Agmts
Hwedl.h bk llerinlne, I.onngrcn, Hongkong, Hlng
Chonc A Co, Agents
Am bktno IlminuAuguntii, Havens, Port Onmble, for Ka
hnlul, due
Am r-ch Allic, Malhlcron, Port Illnkelcy, for Hllo, Ha-
wall, dun
Brit atmr Australia, Cnrgill, Han 1'ranclsco, line Nov 27,
II Harkfeld A Co, Agents
Am bgtno T XV I.ucns, Wuitworth, Port Oamble, due,
11 Huekfold A Co, Agents
Haw scbr Wnlehii, lt"yniildi, Johnson and Fun nine's
Islands, due A F Cooke, Agent
Brit bk Alkshan, Glasgow, to sail middle Nov, O
W Mncfarlane A Co, Agents
Brit bk Lady I.ampson, Marstuu, San Francleco, due
Dec 6-10, C Ilrcnrr A Co, Agents
Am bktne liurekn, Nordbcrg, Han Francisco, loading
Nov 5, 11 llackfcld A Co, Agents
Chinese, stm Hocbiinr, Peterson, from Wbampoa, due,
Hl"g Cliong A Co, Agents
Am bk D O Murray, Downes, San Francisco, loading
Noy 7.
SHIPPING NOTES.
Bark Atlantic, of this port. Is being nttcd for a voyage
to the ArcticOcran. to bu rommandtd by Cnpt llenj F
Wing, her late Master, who will Join her at Honolulu.
C.ipt West Mitchell will command her onthevojage
out. Hho will aai about Nov 1st. X Jl Standard
The Haw schr Kaluna, Capt Cook, was at Punalun,
Nov 19; rcposts having caught -10 Sharks, making 8 bbls
oil; sailed Burnt! day for Galapagos Islands.
The l'M88 Australia will bo due from San Frauds
Co this r m with U S Mall.
The Am bgtno Haiard la on Fish Market wharf paint
ing, fitting, etc. Hho will follow the Conauelo to San
Francleco.
The Am bk John M Clerk la at tho old Custom Houso
wharf discharging a general Uhlnrso cargo from Hong
kong. She brought about tftu tons freight and 20 pas
aeugers She will be laid on for San Francisco, to sail
abont December 1st.
The Am bktno'Ella ia loading at Brewer A Co's wharf
for San Francisco, for which port the will tale the lat-
irr pari 01 nrxiweeic.
The Am bgtno Consucln la at tho Esplanade, Just be
low the old steamship wharf, loading for ban Francisco,
Jo sail In nbout ten dajs.
Three lumber vessels sailed for Port Townsend on
Thursday, viz, Camden, Rainier, and Martha Hideout,
each one nf the captains cxpictlng to get there first.
Look out for some fast railing.
The wreck of Ihe schr Mary Ellen, aa It lies on
Ilanalol beach, was sold at auction on Thursday to It C
Austin, ror $10.
. 4 The Oer bk 'Laskcr, from China, la now ovrnlue. It
la quite likely that she has put into some port, or was
lost In the typhoon which the John M Clerk encoun
tered to this port. She left about two weeks before the
latter.
Tho Am schr Rosarln arrived at Kahnlnl, Maul, Nov
19th, n days from San Francisco.
Tho Am schr Excelsior arrived from Han Francisco
yesterdiy, after ah 18 days' passage, with a general
cargo of merchandise. She hat docked at tlio Esplanade,
opposite Ihe Custom House.
MEMORANDA.
Report of P
M 8 Cltv of New York. Heaburv. Com.
manner uepartea rroni anchnrace.
-Departed from anchorage. Lavender Hay, Hyd-
ney, at 81OS p m on the Itti Inst; discharged pilot at : IS
arrived at Auckland on the Vth at I1I6 a in: discharged
Auckland pilot tame day at 3i IS p iu, bound for Hono
lulu.' Passed I'MB City of Sydney Nor llth at Ha nil
crosied the equator Nov 17th at u noon. Experienced
fine weather during the entlro portage; from 11 south
latltado to jxwt met with strung Mi trade winds. Ar
rived at Honolulu !ov '-'.M at 1U:I a 111, 'llniu. from
Sydney to Auckland 4 daysT hours, .Vi minutes; and
from Auckland to Honolulu 11 days, IV hours, 4U minute.
Report of the Am bk John M. Clerk. Hilled from
Hongkong Sept iiltt, on the Ulth, experienced a heavy
typhoon, IlaromctoriM-tA, on the Situ anil asth had an
other typhoon, was It days before passing through Ha
hl Channel, Oct lUth pastrillhevolcanoofsuwa Island,
which waa my actle, our deckt were covcrvd with
ashea front It, wat 11 days betuetu Ion. l.ttland 110 K.,
with heavy NK gales, ami from thrnco to Honolulu had
fine weather. II. V. Conant, Master.
IMPORT
iiiiLai.iii:
From San Francisco, per Ella, Nor 19. Macfarlane. A
Co, CUca whiskey, 11 pkgs billiard goods; llrewer A Co.
Ucs whiskey; flolllster .t Co, 1"! pkgs tobacco; U V
Wells, 1 piano. I cs Instruments; (I WMacfurlatiu A Co.
Wti whiskey; nulla Co, Ucs lard olI.'-H paints;
IUII Jt Hon, Desks and:
I kg lead, 'i bbls pulleys, t c
ml 7 bbls paint, lUpkga hardware, II kg shoes; II
isuma.i uwis, v mil
uu
fours, 1 pciuldg, a plus sash
1 pkg rubber
poods, 1W bbls plaster; T J Mossuiau,.3 pkgs glssswarv;
A.W Pierce X. Co, lib pkgs groceries t T U Turuin, rt pkgs
: Co, lib pkgs;
of uimigratl
mdse, dry goo
irn, U pkgs
k potatoes,
nclugsi Drew
tovs: llo.
itoaru ui immigration, 1 cs uook
Uriubaiiui A
Cu, I'.T ukga mdsc, dry goods uud tobacco, UO sks ota
toes, SO sks corn, HW ukgs groceries; A Herbert ID pkgs
lioiaioes, 0 iMlea meal; w uuer 10. )
gs; llrewer .t Cu, lot! cs and IB bbls
liked stock, Ac, I lank gasollue, .'l'i dox
bread, II
ukirs suiok.cn stock. C- 1 tank un
lowis.
lihrs. dVI bbls lime, til m bricks. Ml tout sand.
. il posts, til iu shingles, 'Jl bales hay; Castle & Cooke,
luu sks lHuatoes, 4 ions squasn; u 11 urunu.a cs ouious
W T
I' WsUtbuuse, I ign and tail; J 1 DuHsetl, IJ luil
lie, tll'liogs, 1K1 ska grain and feed, JU ska potatoes,
. 1, uiiiuu.g t.s uu lull i
call
no aa usaiis, .'C(oii lowis, pkgs uiuse, t uorsti; mi
ltujr,Buin".t Co, 15 pkgs hardware; XV V Allen, Ike
chest; Thos Luck, u(pkg4 seulilg machints, Jte.
Kroni Han Francisco, via Kahultil, pir C6nelo,Noy
21 V JleCoppln. 1 bbl whlskvv ! V 11 builtl), 1 pkgs
rflvcls) Q W Iruiu A Co, It Ul bricks, -' c whips, 1 pkg
books.
front Sydney and Australia, per City of New York,
Mar ii-H Callou. I cs seeds; llackfcld Jt Co. I bbl
laesds, ll bmuri H Nakay, I bale sklus; Mrs Kcegaii,
. spkgs.furullutsi Holies JtC'o, ilea butler. VI bgs pota-
tovs; Mrs J Wvbb, I piano, 4 c mde; r: llorrscrilaeer
at l'o; J bales wool imcks; O Browfr Co, sJsks poia
- toes, is) uu suap otsU r, M) pkg mksa, Hi cs veueva, and
WJB pkgs In transit. '
From llongkoug, per John M Clerk, Kor SI Conches
A Abuug, 4'J pkgs chair, litt bxs wine, 'M bxa mine, X c
cigars, ) bis lis, bu Ujs oil, M bis rartheunare. i bis
cottons, 13 Hulls mailing, tell r unt.e; Wing Wo Tat X
Co, Itl pkgs f ciacksrs, Ulbxsoll, e bisstouevtare, I
Ita W ware, lau pkgs utdse; biug Chang fc Co; 1JU bxs
jl. 15 bxs Hour, 1 pkgs uidse. It bj nets. u Pkus F
crsckers, arr pkgs groceries, 1JU pkgs tea, & bxs noss,
Ml ksr hardware, stationery ele.tw bxs bowls, HW bx
sgs
,151
wiu
IV.7.. ... .'..11
ft UAS B.I Vf. as
ii rolls lualtiug, 10 pkgs tobacco.
s runs ma
I tikus mdi
sst ul... Htslliknrv. .CA
Co. J rolls rualllug. 14 bxs lea. a ea clears. I lAi
li bxs lei
.iuqj rvuuug llUOlUg
wire, 4T7 Pkgs .rotsuos ate; U Afoug, ITU rolls uisltlur,
ItW bxs til). I bxs mdse; WlogCboug Tal X Co, ice pkgs
caitbsutasre, H bales baiuboouare, esi bale lulls, U
tlM bsskeU, KM bale uislilnir, sU bis trucks, wi pkgs
rattan coatra. i peg iruiik, in roils mattiug, sou pkga
mdse. xsai bsackM. a B
asn -sscuinerj, sas u(t rice, ia
sU, uc gruU. 9
IfSkK
fiuuilar. li culls rous. iM
1 ukirs V rraclsni 'tis bxa a
cater, lis
bx wis. IW bxs' oil.' oil pkg
Miusr A Csi.3baa ustltclussi alas
vrucsrle; Wlnj u Young A .,3bxs utdUlussjl
wo
o Uhunir st Co. tt) bxs t' cracker. M bx wlue. 0 balsa
as, iw ix. tm,"ii pag muse: iiuu oiug m vo, ia PJt
tea, 1) pkg Bids; Cbu Yin Kbb Co, lUbx wluc.W
...... . i.... ...-... . 11 '. 1 . ..: .. . .
bjs nil, 19 pkgs groceries 101 pkgs furniture; Onnng
Ylt Lung A Co, Hi pkgs rleli. M bv soy, 2) bxs sham
shoo, t) bit wine, 9T bs groceries; (Juong Ham Kit A
Co, cs P crackers, til b nnts.'j) lu rlee (lour, nn
pkgs groceries ; Kong lllng Lnng A. Co, SI c stationery,
17 cs F cracker, 7. hogs grtcertca 6.1 hie soy, 10 bxs
nine, 3) plica W Ine.ri) pkg groceries: Hnng l.nne
Kee ,fc llo, 10) bji nut oil, HI Ins wlnf, 83 bgi beans, Wl
bxa soy, 119 cs milie, I'M cs groceries
EXPORTS.
For'Sin Frand'co perPity of New orlt,Tov5
WA bags sugar, JWBbngs rice. S ban coffer. Slut linrlia
bananas, 7 li(;e lied cane, IB pea lumber, 17 betel
leavei, OT bdla anirircane. Val Domestic, $21, Tt (H)
For fan Francleco, per Clan Hprcckela, Nov KV Wfl
baira an
Iiaga
tallo
ffnr, 1'i.M iiaii rice, uri nine grern Mine, ci
ow.
ivianeep e k i n
Val Domeiitlc. JW.WOi.
PASSENGERS.
From An.tralH, per City of New York, November 22
Mr Webb and n children, WTru.iott.Ml.s Ilhmla Ilriy,
W "mlth. J MrOlenchr. Mr and Mrs Anderson and 3
children, and 70 for San Francisco.
From Hongkong, per John M Clerk, Nov 22 20
Chinese
For Han Francisco, per City of Nrw York, Nov 22
Miss John. on. Mist II Dickson, W II Patker wife and
son, Miss T Hedge, .MIm C Fuller, Mrs .Mngoon, (I liar
ley, J Lyons, Mrs 0 C Harris and servant, W C Line,
Mr Weir, D Noonan and wife, 1" McCoppIn and wife,
Ml Mcl'oppln, Hir Thomas Hesketh, W II Murray. li
Waldvugel, Miss A Makee, .Miss K Makee. Ada Clar
mont, HH Johnson, J CCrowell. J C Hmllh, W Cook,
J HO'llrlen.O Mlddlewtiod. J II Hlevens, Mrs Tnlly
and child, J Ltie, N Knhlefcndt, J Llifrnberg. 3
Ornce, Mrs HP Pfogier, J Caahman, A A Shlllliiger. J
Ilrodle, F II Srcaovlscli,
For Han Francisco, per Claua Hpreckels, Nov 25 A K
Kingiman, II Closson,
From Windward Ports, per Llkellke, Nov 21 Hon A
F.Iudd wife and (I children, C Afong, W AL'tandir, II
Hycroft, II Ln.e, F W llartels. fl llobert.on, D II Nahl
nit, Kama! and wife, A llo.a, n Preston, W It lllckatd,
I. Asm, 11 Htearllnir, Miss H At, J I! llnre W Pomrov. J
CIlalley.A Voel, W I, Kaholokahlkl and wife, Mrs
Tully and 3 children, II A Wldemanii, )'. Jones.
From .Kahulul, per KUanea Hon, Nor 20 H It lien,
dry. Mrs F McCopiiln, Miss McCoppIn, Miss Nntt, W it
Cutlibcrt, Mra V I. Duvls and daughter, 5 Chinese and
51 deck.
For Kahnlnl, per Kllatiea Hon. Nov 22 A S McDon
ald, Miss Annie, Mayhcw, Mra T II llalley, and nbout 05
deck.
From Molokal and liana, per Lchua, Nov 22 Mr Wil
kinson and wife, C 11 Parker, anil about 25 deck.
For Kanal, per C II Bishop, Nov 2J.-W Brede, C II
Jndd, Mr Wnltera, and about W dick.
From Han Francisco to Kahnlnl, per Ttosarlo, Nov 19.
Jas Fealy, John lllackbrcw, II 11 Carr, Hurry Tobret,
Thos Connelly.
From Kauai, per Jas Makcc, Nov 21. F. Purvis, 6
Chinese, and 15 deck.
From Han Francisco, per Excelsior, November 2rHh
I P Vernon, F L Purvis, J Meyer. J F Smith, O Ilrandt,
K Hlmpsnn, Mrs M tllllcn, Miss li (llllen, K A Uurniy,
W Htecn, James lloblnson, and one Chinaman,
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for tho Hatumiat Piiess Association by
llUIICKT OHIKVK,
Book, Job and Orniral Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
The Satuiiiiay Pnrss cannot undertake to return
communications, accepted or rejected, and wc have to
request correspondents In append their true names and
addresses, not necesorlly for publication. If so lie
aired, but at a guarantee of the good faith of the writer.
K11. Satijiiiiat Pnrss.
SATUKDAY PBESS.
NOVEMBERS, IF 60
The second installment of "Somo enlight
enment " scarcely calls for tho samo notice as
wo accorded to tho first.
It is mostly a, chronological record of min
isterial ovonts, not always strictly correct.
Wo nro informed that " on tho 30th of August
" a letter wns sent to tho official Reprcscnta
" tivo of Hnwaii, lending at the Court of tho
" Queen of Khgland; to tho President of tho
" United States and to tho President of tho
" French ltepuhlic, " which means wo supposo
that tho letter in question was sent to tho Ha
waiian Ambassador at Washington and to tho
Hauuii.in Consuls in Loudon and in Paris,
The contents, or even tho general drift of tho
matter of this letter aro not given. The King
then, "by virtue of his intelligence inidcr
" stood the importance of filling tho offieo of
"Ministers of Foreign Affairs " merely that
tho pluralist Minister of Interior, and ad interim
Foreign Affairs, mightlbo dialled to attend to
his work in tho Interior Office, and " in order
" to fill tho Cabinet. Mr. W. L. Green was
" chosen, bocattso it was thought ho was an
independent man, wise and well adapted."
Mr. Orccn wo aro told was censured by 'tho
foreign community for putting his foot in tho
name boat an thothon oxisting Ministry, which
is true. Our writer goes on to say that tho now
Foreign Minister was " full of cunning " Mwt
len inasmuch as " ho thought lit ato n sleiylU
tnistnko" in tho letter pent to tho threo pow
ers. Next 0110 of his colleagues saw that ho
(Mr, Green) "was no ro.il friend to tho Ha
waiian; " no ground whatovcr is shown for tho
statement, but it seems ptobable that tho next
assertion, viz, that he. Mr. Green, " censured
tho action taken respecting the Kept escntatives
of Foroign powers " is fully borne nut by sub
sequent proceedings in tbo Foreign offieo. This
writor goes on to ussutuo, " that though it is
" true in referenco to this thing, there it reason
" to doubt as to the right or wrong of tho ,tc
"tion taken by the Ministry, but no 11110 will
"dony that tho wrong.dono by thoso who
" havo been complained of viz, tho Foreign
" Itoprcsentativcs is very paramount. " Now
wo do deny ouiph,iticull that any wrong was
dono by tho Foroigu ltopresontafivos. Thoy
saw that tho influcnco gained, no ono knows
bow, by Moreno was distinctly prejudicial to
tho interests thoy wcro sent to protect.
Tho Representatives of England aud Franco
cortainly hud no personal pique, wo might al
most say, no porsoiml knowledge of Moicnn,
when upon public, not upon private grounds, ,
thoy joined tlieir American colleaguo in tlo
clining to treat with him us Foreign Mi?
istor. It must bo remombcred that these Ito
presentatives aro ate 1 edited directly to tho
King, that tho Minister for Foreign Affairs is
their olhcial channel ot commiiniuatioii, ho
thut when this writer wanders off into who did
.or did not want or ocek for the " much covet
ed offieo " of tho Interior, ho is blundering two
scparato muttois together. Here follows a de
fence uud laudation of tho Hush Ministry.
'VHiiBinoss " saj'H our apologist, ' progiessed
" with no friction, woiks to incrcuso tho pios
"pority of tho various districts wore taken
"up, tho King livctl comfortably. Luzjius
" begun to eat at tho name table witli tho
" rich man."
Hero there scums to bo something to ponder,
indeed to p'mule oyer. Wo knew of no diminu
tion bf "friction in public business" What
ever the phi use may mean. Wo do not know of
any new activity us to public works, or what
diiftiicu rcoeivuil the iuuiousu of pruxiiority.
11 " llio Kiiil; lived cohifurbly " vo arc
truly and loyully rejoiced to hcur it, so miicli
so indouil, tfi.it wo hlimtlit llko to learn wli.il
were (lio occtBioim of lloyul diacuiiifiirt bufnro
and aiuco tlio model six weeks, for wo uro
told further on, tli.it " for tho timo this Initio is
tlemi." lint hero intcrviiiun Ihu Htutne rien
lenco nbout " Luziiniu. " Ih it ii.iruble. noolio
form ul cxiirviNiou or wli.it? dues it iiicin lli.it
the poor litiwuiiuii lived nu well aa the rich ?
if 8i, wo tiuuntiim Ita eiiirectncHg ; or does it
mean tlmt Litzurtitf dined with the jilunillHt
pluce'lioldur mid tlmt if tho llitali-I.az.irim
contract hull been cairied out, not only migjit
LitzaniB luivo eutcu n t tho huiiio table us tlio
ncn 111.111, nut miKiit soon nuve liceit 111 a o
nitiuii tu rcliiiu I lio comiiliniutit.
Continuing, wo lu.iru tint " lliou for the firtt
timo wan ii begliiiiitiK 111111I0 to lift up tho
children. uf the luiul, ihuiiuiMe first fim wuh
gtiimideied tho way how to re.illv n.ivo Iho
Lifo of tho reoplo," We must hero iiHkislhm
lino? if not it is fulso, uud ilcaigucilly, imili
ciouuly f.il ho,
Cuii miyoiio, knowing; the barest outline of
llawiiiiau hiatory tor the 1-int i-evculy yeim,
Buy tlmt it waa tluritiir tho hIioii, dia.iatroilH
period under review that then "it (hfjlriit
iimi''a begiiitiinj; wan uiudo to lift up tho
children of (lie hind I "
Then, the naocrtiou, " but for tho time, thin
hope i dead.'' If thin means unythiiig it
iiioaus that tlio only liopo for tho lluwallttn
nice lies in Ihe rentorutiou of the Uuali Min
istry, mid it ieeuHUiUeieiitly obvious thut the
writer 01 una agues 01 jiuivora nupea unu
strives to teach this, nt an axiom to tho iiiiian
pf vole-holding natives, fiiil is tryiug. to pave
tho wa.v for their return to office Moreno,
Kutea and ll, Wocpiifus ie look withfiuvo
apprehension 011 the effort of su well-iiiforincnl,
or su well-inspired a writer to reproduce the
difficulties and dangers of September lust. It
will not Do until utter tuts paper is Hi Hie
bauds of the public that we may know the re
tult of the imbecility, or clumsy activity,
which havo plnccil usTwhcro we nrc, that U,
"not nti BicnkitiKlcrtrm" with Amcric.t, KtiR
Inml nnt) Frnnce. nml .Vet wo nra rornmnienilcit
to crcato nil opptirttiiifty of this being repcntcil,
to sty iinlhing of the pretty crop of jobs for
tbo ititcrnnl ndinirimtr.itiim. Wo rc.tlly tliink
tlmt the plenaing npcetnclo of l.nznrua ilinitif;
tit the rich innn'rt tnblo would hartlly coinpen
Bntc for such n. Rtate of nlTnira, nt homo nntl
abroatl.
Wo aro then informed that "tho Foreign He
prcscnlntivcH met tinder tho direction of tho
MitiiHtcrtif Foreign Afmirri" ntid that, "tlie
Miniternf tho Interior wan Hit for to meet
with them, ns tliougli that lero a Judicial
Court, but it wan mid to be only for friendly
consultation." Thin of course it a misre
presentation, though ills truothat tho He
Iircscut.itivcs mot ju conmiltalinii with the
Minister nf Foicign Affairs ntiil the Minister
of tho Interior ami lately of the Foreign Office
nlso, was invited to attend, and did Ho, As to
what took place at this consultation, wo will
not follow tho Kulightcncr, but report what
really did take place. Tho letter complained
of by tho lleprcsentntivcs was read clntiso by
clause, anil Mr. diibii luimiucii uiui 1110 gnov
nnces alleged wore for tho most part ground
less, or frivolous, hut justified himscll for his
sharo in tho transaction, by jitcnding that hi,
first duty was to support ami cndorso any net
of his colleagues, this is tho whole story of
tho meeting enlarged upon by tho writer in
tho Jirnt e (nativo portion) which we trans
late elsewhere.
That e cuing Mr. Green resigned liiB com
mission, nntl his resignation was truly very
"likouii invitation to his colleagues to resign
theirs, " lloro tbo writer stops for tho time.
Wo all know what followed tbo present Min
isters wcro installed and everyone folt that ho
had liccti reliovcd at tbo removal of tho fric
tion which bail for more than a month hamp
ered ptiblio business, and checked privato
enterprise. .
The rumors nbout tho probibillty of His
Majesty tho King making a tour abroad, to tho
United States, nntl to Kurone, or perhaps even
farther, aro still in circulation, but wo tlo not
attach any immediate importatico to them. II
tho King bo going abroad it step which we
deem highly impolitic nt present it is a mat
ter which requires grave consideration, and
should not bo decided on in a hurry. First, it
involves tho question of a Hegcucy. On the
former occasion of tho absence from tho King
dom of the Sovereign, his brother II. It. II.
Prince William Leleiohoktl was appointed He
gent. In viow of tho possibility of a moro
extended tour, a mora loiigthenod absence, wo
should ntlvocato a "Council of Hegcncy"
rather than nn individual Ilegent say, for
instance, tho Heiress Apparent and tho Min
istry for tbo time being. Tho Atleerliser
makes a proposal which, to us, nppenrs to bo
most unwiBo, indeed impracticable, unless at
the cost of sorious public inconvenience. That
tho Chief of tho Stnto nntl tho Minister
for Foroign Affairs should bo both together
absent from their posts for a lengthened but
indefinite period, seems to us to bo about tho
worst suggestion which could bo made ; and
wo aro most decidedly averse to and feel
stiro that wo express tho opinion of tho whole
community in saying so any attempt to invito
tho King to exercise any diplomatic or treaty
making power. It would detract from his
dignity, cmtail his liberty of action, and inter
fere with his prospoctB of enjoying a health
giving holiday.
If tho King wero to go abroad with some
ono discreet, trustworthy privato secretary, it
would bo well. If ho lay aside for tho timo
tho regal title and assume a semi-incognito, it
would bo better. If ho stay at homo and
watch the couihc of events heic, it would bo
beat of nil. Wo agroo with tho l(prfiscr
that a domestic progress throughout his own
Kingdom would bo a fitting preparation wo
should say stibstituto for a foreign totir. At
all events, tho present ia not a suitablo time
for cither King or Minister to absent himself
from tho Islands.
Wk aro glnd to notico an editorial articlojn
tho Advertiser of tho 20th iiiBt. on tho subject
of our translations from tho Hawaiian columns
of tho Erpr-s.i. Tho proprietor and editor of
tho Adcerther and Exje complains that wo
incorrectly aud unfairly loprcsent tho trans
lated articles as his actual sentiments and
utterances. Now what his actual sentiments
on any particular subject may be, wo cannot
always divine; thoy depend too much on local
and tempoinry ciicuiiiBtances, but what his
utterances nro, is auothur thing. Those niticlos
which wo translated pioviously to tho " Somo
Enlightenment" papers, weiu obviously the
work of a writer who speaks and thinks in
English, though ho prints in Hawaiian, and
when re-tiauslated como at once into good,
nervous grammatical English, and wo think
wo aro nut far wrong in considering them as
tho tittoraucoH certainly, tho sentiments per
haps, or tho editor of tho Adctrtiser-Expi ess.
Tho "Some Enlightenment " papers on tho
other hand bear distinct internal evidenco of
boing tho work of u writer who habitually
thinks, speaks ami writes in tho Hawaiian
language and when thoy nro tiansluted, show
nt onco their non-English origin, as any ono
may sou for himself, if ho takes, the trouble to
road. Wo beliovo our interpretation to bo
strictly and coiiscieutously correct, and if tho
editor of tho Adcei lisrr-Express would publish
our comihonts in Hawaiian, we think ho
would be doing good set vico to tho Hawaiiaus,
as wo beliovo that we do good sorvico to tho
non-Hawaiian speaking community by in
terpreting into English the articles in question.
Mn. M011KN0 appears to be wondering about
the United Status at his own sweot will, with
out reporting his proceedings in tho past, or
liiri plans for the futuro, neilhor does niiynno
know, wo believe, what, if any Btopa havo been
taken to fnrwuid tho education of tho Hawaiian
youths, lio was lust hoard of, indirectly, nt
New York, but it does not appear what was
bin business there or his route thotico. It is
just bocotniiiK an awkward timo uf year for
liawaiiuu youths to bo carried to Europo for
the first time in their lives. Tlio fogs nntt Kales
ot (ho Atlantic and tlio wintry woollier in
Kuropo will bo very trying to uountitntioiis iu
heiited and roared in thin tropical oliiuato.
As tn tho apprnpimtion, wu suppose it will
bo used up hoiuoIiow, but wo linpo that a
margin, sufficient in case of ncciduui, to bring;
the youths home, may bo kept iu hand heie.
TOPICS OF1HE DAY.
Wk dosiro to call attention to the following
extiaut from tho Aulmlititm Sk'tdmr thatmir
bunds of hoiiHuhuItU, ami omployers of lubor
gonurally, may compare lm wngus which they
luivo to, pay here, with tho rutes paid In
Vittoria.
It should bo borna in mind too, that tho do.
montio survaiits, wuilois, stockiiiuu and shep
liortN, &o , nro for tho most pail tiainod and
skilled in their various lines' mure or Icho,
thut their wage uro uiraiigeti by tho year, so
tlmt mistresses of households or uianaguis ot
sheep or emtio runs are not, ho often as is tlio
ease lieru, lllllguuu unu nuin uy iiaiiuii 11
now hand, who as soon us ho has learnt some-tliiiiL-
of his buaincHs, turns his back on his
firat employer uud demands duiiblu Viugea from
the next, us the price of tho experience ho has
gained at tho oxpeuso uf tho toiuier, while ro
ceiviug an exorbitant wage dm ing apprentice
ship. TUB LAIIOR MAltKK.T.
The following are tho titiutcd rates of wages;
Domestic Servants. fur Town Qeuuial
servants, 30 to .!& por annum houaeiuaids,
30 to .15 per miiiiiiu J fomale cooks from Ja
to 00 por annum ; male do., 30s, to bOa. per
week; nursemaids, -5 lu 30 per uiiuiim;
laiindresbes, 30 per uiiuiim. For Hotels
Cooks, uulo and teuule. S0 to 80 per uu
Hum', housemaids, 30 to 35 per annum. For
,Kalion First-class married couples fur
'home stuttoiiM, 70 to 00 per annum ; second
class do., Willi children, 10 iu 50 por do.;
cooks 45 to 95 per do.; housemaids, 35 tu
40, per do. For Farms Mu cooks, 50 per
annum ; married couples, U0 to 70 per do. ;
women servants, 30 to 33 per do. ; farming
men, .0s. per week; luilkuieu 30. pet; do.,
ploughmen, about 20s. per do.
Waiters tor hotel., 'J5.. to 35s, per week;
grocor's nssistantlCK. to 30s. do.; general
storo tlo. ; 20s. to 40. do. nursery governess,
30 to 10 per niinuru J finishing do.; 00 to
80 do.
Station H tnds Stockmen rcceivo from 00
to 75 per nnnnm ', shepherds, 15s. to 20. per
week j ordinary workmen, I0n. to 25s. per tlo.
Untitling Trades Stonemasons, 10s. per
day; plasterers, bricklayers, slaters, IO'j. per
tlo.; carpenters, 10s. per do.; laborers, 7s. tier
tlo. 5 pick. aiitl-shovel men, 0s. per do. Tho
da) s work is eight hours,
X HINT ns to how "tho children of tho
land ' may help to lift thcmieltct up. Oranges
aro offereil in our streets at ten for a tpi.trtcr;
they aro hawked about In tho streets ot Syd
ney, at llireo Tor a penny, iiieotango orclt
artls of I'araumttu form 0110 of tho most Imauti
fill sights in Now South Wnlcs, and aro fairly
profitable Might not oraugo ctiltiiro bucomo
n paying industry hero ntid employ a few score
of tho children of tho land who aro now np
pnretitly condemned to lio on their faces and
play caids, and smoke through tho working
liours of tho da?
r tTranjlntitn J
Some Enlightenmont.
On tho IKHh of August the loiter was pent to the
Ofllcinl Hepresontatlvp of Hawaii, reildliig at the
Court of tlio CjiiL-cti of Knglniitl : to tho President
of tlio Itepahlic of the United states and Prance.
'I ho President of the Uuitid States nml tho Pres
ident of tho French ItepuMie?
Somo weeks subsequently tlio Ministry set their
work in order. '1 ho .Ministers were lliisli. Ku.ica
nml Jones. Tho King by virtue of his Intelligence,
understood the importance of tilling the nfllcn tit
Minister o! Foreign Affairs, lit order that tlio Min
ister of tho Interior might devoid ids whole timo
to his own department and to his work in connic
Hon with tho Hoard of Immigration and tlio
Hoard of Health. Por this reason, and In order
to fill tho Cabinet, the King npnoiuted Mr. W. h.
Oreen Minister of Fortign Affairs. Mr. Green
was chosen boennso It was thought ho was nu In
dependent man. wise ami Well nUnnted to that of
fice. After theiMlnister of Poreign Affairs look
olllco in the Cabinet he was BcvcriJy censured liy
tho foreigners, and liy his personal freiluls also,
by coiiaentlng.td takkalUca witli thoso who wero
then in tho Minmrr, Initf Mi persevered. Tho Min
ister of Foreign Affairs was full of cunning in ns
lunch ns ho thought ho saw a slight mistake made
in tlio letter sent to the Governments of England,
Franco and America. When lie licgan to set his
work in order, then ono of his cotlotgues siw that
he was no real friend to tho Hawaiian. He ex
pressed his censure of the action taken rest'c,tlNg
tlio Itepresotitatives of Foreign Powers residing lu
Hawaii nei. it is true in reference to tills thing,
there is reason to dotilit as to tho right or wrong of
tltis notion taken by tho Ministry, hut no one will
deny, nt we havo previously staled, tlmt tlio wrong
dono by thoso woo hae been complained of, viz.
tho Foreign Itepresentatlves, is very ptrnmount.
Since Mr. Moreno had fallen out, ono important
thine remained, to seek to cause a vacancy in tlio
Interior Department, tho place most earnestly m
licited for the foreigners. Once, twice, tlirico was
tho attempt made to remove tho Minister of tho
Interior to somo other position in tho Cabinet ;
but tho King exercised forbearance for tho 111 nn,
dealing patiently with thoso who sought mischiev
ously to remove without blame Iho ono who held
tlio much coveted olllco. There were mnny re tsons
mado uo for his romoval : but tlio Kinir was 1 based
with tho work of his mm in tlmt depaitment,
since during the six weeks lio was in olllco busi
ness prognnsed witli no friction ; works to increase
tlio prostwrity of tlio various districts wero taken
up ; tho King lived comfortably nnd "Ln?.irus bo
gan to eat at the same table with tlio rich limn."
J ' lien for tho first timo wasnbcgiuuincmudntolift
up the children of the liuid ; then for tho first time
was considered tho way how to really s.no tlio Lifo
of tho People. ( Hut, for tho time, that hoiw is
dead.;
The first net of tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
was to nook for a cntisu of urievatico between the
Minister of tlio Interior and the Foreign Olllciiils
who had been complained of. On Saturday eve
ning tho Foreign Iteprescntntivcs met under Iho
(lirociiuu 111 1110 tiiut3ier ui j.'uruiu iiuiurH, iur.
Green, in his olllco, nnd held 11 consultation. Im
mediately tho Minister of tho Interior was sent
for to meet them, ns though that was a judicial
court, but it was Biid to bo only for friendly con
sultation. Tho Minister of the Interior did not
hesitate to meet thein, because ho knew he was
witnout blame in respect to tuo complaint mnuo
against those With wlipm he was to consult. Ho
met them ; ho convorsed with them ; ho agreed
with them on certain things nnd dilferod horn
them in other mattcr&i Ho assorted tho truth of
what was made known in tho iettor sent nbrond,
tho just cause of complaint tip to iho day when Ml.
Moreno wns dismissed, nnd to tho time when tlio
Minister of Foreign Affairs pro tern was appointed,
and then they first saw tho ground of complaint
was chniiged,'SliH it was not much altered, sullici
cntlv changed to causo hesitation as to continuing
tho complaint according to the provious arrange
ment wlille Mr. Moreno was in tho Cabinet.
Here is another of tlieir blunders. In ns ranch
ns tho great cause of complaint of tho Hawaiian
Government was that thoy did not recognizo I lio
Government which tlio King had organized with
his new Cabinet, and that they hoisted their Hags
day aud night for no reason, and 3 ct thoy recog
nized Moreno's resignation. Thoy wero first to
lilamo for not rocogniztng Mr. Moreno and then
they blamed tho' Minister of Foroiau Affairs 010
tun lor not intormmg mom that tuo Hawaiian
Government had entered complaint against tlioin.
In this matter the Minister of tho Interior was
like minded with tlieui, in respect to his not hav
ins informed them of tho action taken; nnd jet
ho could not himself assumo tho authority of not
ing according to his judgment, contrary to tho
opinion of his colleagues, 111 ns ranch ns his duty
was to carrv out the action of tho Cabinet, and
whon thoy changed their course of action then ho
might change. After this meeting of tho Foroign
Officials w 1th, tho Ministry thoy wero hotter pleased
with tho MinUtor of Foreign Affairs ;n o tem, they
npproved of his oboj ing tho first command ; oheij
the commands nf iottr ft tends btoie those of others.
By tlio dircoting of theso things by tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs it ia plain ho had feelings inim
ical towards his fellow Ministor. Tlmt evening it
was heard that tho Minister of Foroign Affairs
had resigned his Commission ( it was like nn invi
tation to his colleagnes to resign theirs, but tho
decision to resign was not tally mado till tho day
nftor. Klele, Nov. 17th.
The won! here translated cunning Is itaalea; It may
meun wUdom, skill, shrewdness, craft, subtlety, deceit
etc. etc.
Mauna Loa.
'Iho following letters from correspondent glvo
the very intent iiuwh tip to tbu timo of Ruing to
press, regarding tho outburst of Milium Loa.
Editou SvtuudU 1'nKSfl; Since oar last lettor
there is imtliitiS-.Hpocial nbout the crater of Mo-
wknawetieo on Mauna Ion. Mr. Furneaux, tho ar
tist, has gone to Kiliuioitu neo if itcnttboobaorvcil
better there, nnd I think, intoiuls to visit tho flow.
It'iH now reiKirtfd; til be within three miles of the
Ou eminent road loKnu. We havo not sesn the
flow for about four days, ns thoro has bjtn ho
much Iin7e and smoke. Wo hnvo boon up each
uiglit bat cannot Rot the Hlightest glimtmn. The
last we saw of it thoro was a flow towards Knu,
nnd u small one towards Mauna Kei, but tho flow
towards llila had Increased, ns near ns ntiv one
.could toll, nbuut Urq miles, and seemed to be kuv-
erai miles long ; nut uo one npproueiitis any uan
Ifor. Kilauoa qatitl.uuui as active as over. It was
thought that it would be very quint when tbo flow
had coinmcnced iu tho crater of MoUnaweuweo,
It has Mined sluco yesterday and wo nro In hopus
the smoke will dlsaprruir, so Hi it we can neo the
flow ngalu. Tho (low is supnosod to Ihi in nbuut
tho mitiiii place whoro it has broken out (icforo bov
ernl times as near hh it can bo located, i. x. at.
Meteorological,
. Ilimui, HiMaKCA District, Maui.
Heoord for week piiJIiik November tftb, 1880.
Ulevattou 3U0 feet above tea-level :
UHOMKTEII.
Avsrnge liarnmoler reading, 23.71. Lmvcst reading
notedt November M, 6 a, m. iMT-'. Highest reading
notedi Nnuuber Slli, Or. . -JW.
TIIKIIHOMICTrn.
Average thenuoiiKlcr t Dry bulb, 71'; wet bulb, 69.
Av crage relutlvu huuildlty, tu per cent,
iu in rait.
November Sth, 0S3 of an Inch; November 8th, 0:X.
Total. 0.15 of an Inch.
' IKEMOMCTEn.
(United State standard Instruiuent). Average speed
nf wlndi From a. a. In 11! M.Jfi miles per lionr; U
m. tn U p. m. .'I.t; u r. si. to il a. x.-SI.I. Total dlsianLe
In screu diys, gmll S tulles,
Jtccord for week endinn Novrjinbor ICtb, 1880 :
Biiumxria.
Averaga barometer reauuu, .Ji.9. Lowest tcjdlng
notedi November llth. 5 r, .-'-"J.W. Highest reading
noted! November Huh, U . '." fi.
TUKIKIilXCTIiU.
Averajethermometert Dry bulb, 71: wet bulb, 70,
Average relative humidity, 80 per cent,
ims Kilt
November 10th, 0.15 of au Inch; 1-th, 0.03; llth, I W
Inches; lGth.Uilot au Inch, Total, 8.40 luetics.
WIYU-UUAUE.
(United Sutea standard). Total number of miles,
K'-O; highest speed In olio hour, W.
titmarkt.-rKont commenced N,ovmbr 13th, but wa
checked by N K. trade-wind on tbo 10th. Itaiue of
barome
eler In hours u.xi indies.
For Bal or Lsaa.
A BENIAIII.:iNVeMrMKNr.-TUi WrH
J. known premise of tho undersigned, situate on
King street, together wlln Iho furniture, etc., of Ih;
same, If desired. Tb houso has II rooms, I In good
otder. and la well-furnished throughout, Ihus giving an
excellent opportunity to parlies desirous uf coutinulug
It long-MtaWlsbKi builue. Vor further particular
apply lo 1IU THOU. U. TlUtUM.
C0-PARTMXMHIP K0TICE.
THlti IB TO CEHTIFY THAT TIIK
ilelliof UitlaUJ. O. Dltksou, it Lcwer. aud 0.
M.Cooke, all of Honolulu, cousiltulv the Arm at Lcwtr
A Dlcksun. doing bulntM M Dealer lu Lumber aud
ll.lld.ng Jiateria.
Place of Worahip.
Skamrx's flETititty Itev H C Eamon, Chaplain, Klnz
treet, near the Sailors' Home Preaching at II A i.
Seats free Halilitlh School before the morning service,
1'raver meetlnif on Weilneilv evenings at 7' o'clock.
Font SmrKT Ciiuncti-Hfv XV Krear, Pastor, corner
of Kort and llcrctanla streets Preaching on Snnila)
at 11 A .m anil 71, r . Sabbilti School at to a k,
Ht Afcunaw's OATiirnnu- Kngtlsli services) Jtt Itev
Ihe Illshnn of Honolulu anil Itev Th,i Illackbnrn Ha
waiian servlct Itev Alex Mackintosh B T), tloly
Communions 3 V, Matins anil Si rtnon (llanallan); II,
Matins, I.ltany anil .'ermon (Kngllsh); I, Kvensong
(llanallnn)t 7.TI, Kvensong fml Sermon (Knglltli)
llvmns (Knellsh), inorningi 31, 311, 30, (part l)s even
Ing! 31, U77, UW
KAWAtAiiAoCtiuncii-ltcv II It Parker. Pastor, King
09
P
O
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streit, above Hie Palace. Services In Hawaiian every
Sunday nt II A . Sobballi School nt 10a m. livening
setvlces nt7, o'clock. Alternating with Kntimakanlll.
District meetings In various dispels at 3 "W r m. 1'rayer
meeting every Wednesday at 7'i r .
KAOMAKAt'iU Council Iter M Knae.i. Pastor, Here
lanli street, near N'niiaim, Services In Hawaiian (very
Sunnay at If' A M. Snbbrith School at !'$ a X. Kven
Ing services at 71, o'clock, alternating with Kannlnhao.
I'rayer meeting ccry eonesdny at 14 r m.
HoMy CATitotto Citcnni I'nder Ihe charge of lit
llevlllslmp Malgret, assisted by ltcv I-atlirr Hermann ',
Fort street, near rtcrelanla. Services every Sunday nt
10 a x anil !! V m.
Wnlthnm Watches.
From the Sydney Malty Telegraph, June Sfl, HWI
The Wultluim Watch Company have been awarded tlio
only gold medal given for watches at Hie Sjdney Inter
national Kxlilliltton, and are Hie only exhibitors In any
class from the Unltid Stalls who have received Ibis
distinctive, recognition,
M. MrlNKHNY.
I Sole Agent for Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
Valuable Land for Sale!
AliOT OK IjANO CONTAINING
aboutsn acres, situated In Niiuami Valley Similes
from the City, enclosed by n substantial rence, with n
good house li JU feet un (he premises, is now offirrd
for sale for cash, or upon the Investment plan, Mbtral
terms will bn made to the purchaser The above Lot Is
i ry desirable for pasturage, 'lllln perfict. For partic
ulars, apply to P, U, .IONKS, .In.
13 8t At C. llrewer.t Co's
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Mr. .1. N'. Wright, Malinger of Kolon Plantation, Kiiunl,
ore requested to pnsent them nt our ofllco for paynunt
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bo considered null and vnldi
Draft No. -1 1. dated Koloa, I'eb. 57. HW), for 70.
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IN TIIK MATTEIt OV TIIK KSTAT15
A. of S. AIICANAKA, diceasid. The undersigned, hnv
lug been uppotnttd Arlmliilstrntor of the Kstnte of S.
Alkalinkn, iliciastd, hen 111 gives notice to nil those
having claims ngulnst suld esltite to ptcscnt I hem for
liiijliunt, with the proper vouchers, within lx months
from the date of this notlcn or they will be lurever
barred; and nil those Indebtid In suld estate nrc hereby
requested to make Immedlute pnvineut to tlio under
slgntd. W. D. HAOI.HIIOOKANO.
Administrator of J'state ol S. Alknnaka, deceased.
Honoknla, Hamnkiia. Hawalii NoV; 15. 1SHO. I'l at
CLEARING OUT SALE!
OF
CHINESE FANCY GOODS
AT GRKATIiY KEIKJCKI) THICKS.
Sale will Gommenco December 1st
AND CONTINUE TO TIIH IBth.
The undersigned will close out his large and varlt.il
stock of Chinese Merchandise,
CONSISTING OF SILKS.
Ivory nnd Smdnlwood Goods,
Japanese nnd Chitioso Jiicquored Work,
Porcelain aud llronzo Vaoes,
Assorted Pans, Ac, Ac, Ac.
113t C. AFONO.
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JUST
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Parties purchasing New Designs of
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corner (ficuu and I'urt Streets. 8.11 Dim
THE GREAT MASS MEETING
rilO.1I HAWAII TO MlilAII.
THIS VIHST S'PKP WAS TO CIIOOSK
a Moderator S. W. M. was chosen ns Grnnd. He
called the Committee tn report.
Jlesolied: As the Holiday nru near at hand It is sun.
?oed tl
riends;
ned that one nnd nil will make a present to their
Jtetotitd: That nhocver shall buv Hdcs. Caar Hold.
ers, Cigarette Holders, or any Ooiids In the Mtnokcr's
line, shall get a lino article;
Itcohid; That every I'lpe shall bo urcompantul by a
package of Medicated Tobacco; that each and every Ci
gar Holder shall be accompanied with one box of Charm
Clgura; that each Cigarette Holder shall have attached
with it one box of Cigarettes.
lis it further lletotrtd; That ns MATICHANT keep
the best of goods, and there nrc none better In the King
dom, his Hi pot shall be the place to purchasullicm;
Jltiolied; That vthocver may bo deceived by u grand
display of goods or a smooth toiicuoaud purchase goods
uoi ir m tuo noove suiu place, tne uonor snail oc nneu
according to tho judgment of the Grand Chairman,
lie it further Jlriolceii; As II Is Impossible to deceive,
the receiver bo punished by line, or lie caused to uso tbo
coods Ih it he mar hnvo obtained.
He it further lietolred; Tlinla copy of these Reso
lutions be sent to tlio llrauch Caucuses throughout the
Kingdom,
r.hcse resolutions were put to the Intelligent audlcnco
and unanimously adopfeu,
u
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J. I). 8. JI Secretary,
FOR THE
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S
HOIJDAYS !
A GREAT SUKKIMIISK TO HONOLULU
AT
F. HORN'S BAKERY
AND HIONKKH
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
71 Hotel hI. bet. Fort and iNuuaun.
Tho almvo wonld respectfully call the attention nt
Ladle. Ht.idi of Families, and the. 1'ubllc geuurally of
thtsu Islands to
HIS
EXTENSIVE STOCK
IN PLAIN AND FANCV
Confectionery and Cakes
Never seen lu Honolulu bufore, consisting of several
thousands of Iho NKWKhTDKSUINS AND NOVEL
TIES of New York uud Chicago, Biieh Christmas Ulll
tloxca, largo aisurtmenl of
Christmas Tree Ornaments.
Oelutlne Cornets, Ollt Walnut, Motto Hearts, llounclng
liable, Cupid Pleluns, batcliel, Vases, rbll and Hol
low sugar figures uud Animals ot ull descriptions,
Fruit Cluster, Panorama Eggs, uud many other iinlcle
too numerous lo specify. Also a few hundred pound of
his delicious
SOFT CHOCOLATE CHEAMS,
llnud made. Creams, Doubln Caramels, Pure- Fresh Gum
Drops, and several thousand pounds of
Pure Homo Mudo Confeclloucry la (J rent
Variety.
Fancy Hones, Surprises, Cornucopias in all sizes, Cos
luuiu Mottoes aud Cassaiues, uud u very largo assort
ment of
Rich and Plain Fruit Cakos,
Pound, Hound and Mould bpuuge. Pyramid' and Ji liy
take lu all Ue, ornamented tu hi usually rleli sly)e,
and plain.
F. II011N respectfully Invite the Public and Dealer
to lutpect Ills large stock before importing or buying
elsewhere, us HI uoous win iunaoiy uo sum me
Cheupest. , U
NOTICE.
A IL I'EUSOXfcJ 1XDEUTED
TO
the undersigned are rtiuesled to uiaku setllrmunt
within lubuioutiis from dale or tbelr account will be
put In the baud uf a cojleelor,
or a colleelor.
A.IIL'KN.
li Jiai
Makawao, November 18. IBaU
NOTICE
IN MKNtHY UtW.it Til T H. HAt'KrKLI
J. C. Pfluger. J. C. (Hade and U. ". bchmidl coiutl
tuto thsSrui ol H.llacklrld Cu.,Uenrtal Commlsslou
Kcrchas,.., Hoo.u.u. II. I. j( 0KLD ft co
Honolulu, November g. 1880. li
NOTICE.
FROM AND AETKK THIS DATE
no shooting ol gain ut any ipeclee uf wild: fowl
will bo allowed upon tbu land eomprlslog tho Kaliuku
aud llououllnll luuchts without the wrlllcu permission
uf myself or uf my ,gm, Mr, Cecil Brown, and nil per
aout found trespassing upon said laud will be dealt
wUliaccurdiTigiolaw. JAkJiS CAMl'BELU
Uouolulu, JfuYiabu , VW, - . H
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THE HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
AND ILLUST11ATED
DIRECTORY AND TOURISTS' GUIDE
Containing over 760 pages,
With Twelve Lithographs
OF
Scenes of Interest in the Islands.
tW Postago free to Europe, tho United States, nnd
the Colonics, on receipt of the price with nanio nud' ad
dress to whom sent. Address
OKO. I10WSKH CO., Publishers,
'8J7 11 lm Honolulu, 11. 1.
NOTICE.
THE FOTnOWlNG GOODS IN"
the Ilonded Mores unclaimed, will bo sold for rlnties
and charges, unless properly entered within twenty
days, from Nov niber 1 1th. 1W$)
Bxstuiuur City of New York, from San Francisco,
Juno 80th, lt)7U.
Mahk.
A. . Cameron. 1 cs 1 doen boxes Fnncv Crackers.
A. Jt. Camurou, let 1 ZiilciiIo's l'atcrt I'apyrograph,
with lever, press and fixtures,
Kx slmr City of Sydney, from San Francisco, 'August
lltl., 1H?J.
MAuk.
A. SI. Cameron 3 cs, containing 13 Upholstered Chairs.
W. F. ALLEN. Collector Oeilcrnl.
Custom House, November lllh, 1B0. fcU7 ii lit
$25 REWARD.
WirEltYKAS IT 1IASICOMK TO MY
knoivledgo that ccrlatn unprincipled persona
are in tlio habit of using my bottles und labels to palm
off an Inferior article on the public, which they manu
facture under the name of
FISHER'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER
tho above reward will be given to any person who will
glvo such Information ns will lend to the conviction of
tho guilty parties. ISItAEL riSHHIt,
Champagne Cider.Manufacturer,
8i7 IS St No. 13 Llllh.1 Street.
& -flL 3L
ON TIIK INSTALLMENT PLAN,
THREE COTTAGES AND LOTS
ON LUNAI.ILO HTKEKT.
Ct Rmall l'ny incuts In Advunce, Ilalance to Suit
Purehusers. One Cottrge already built by It. W, Uriin
ills and ready for occupancy. Tho others arc now boln
built. Kncli Cottage contains four nlco rooms, bath
room and detaclieiLkltiher..
With. Wator levied, oxt.
Apply to
8S7 13 HAItHVJ. B. McCOOL
L. G. SRESOVIGH & CO.,
IMPOllTKHS AND DKALKKS IN
FRESH FRUITS & CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
ALSO-
ILNiitM oi every
laTiMd
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Fresh Eastorn Oysters in the Shell
ItECElVED BY KAOII STKAMEK.
1
TVrATIir BOK TLT
BEOS X.EAVE T INFOltM
friends and the public generally that ha
prepared to do all kinds of
HIS
I now
Watch Kcimlrlii&r A Jewelry MaaitrActHrlHa;
In the best manner, aud satisfaction guaranteed.
llo would also state thut nil watchusleft by Mr. Welter
are now In his charge, and will be atteudid to promptly.
Thankful for past favors, aud hope for a continuance
of tho same, , MAX KCKA1U', Jeweler, ic.
Honolulu, Hcpl.au, 1W0. BI'J 4 3nt
TO LET.
rpVTO SUITES OF ItOOMS, ONE
X. nicely fiirnlsbed, and the other uufurnlhcd nlec
large aud airy. Also stable for horse, uu lleretanlu SI.
It lm
NOTICE
IN IIKHKIIY '; THAT TIIK FOLLOW
ing drafts have been loit, and that the payrnenl of
them lias been stopped. Ui No, IW, drawn by A, 1'rall,
Haiku, fur M'l, on Castlo A Cooke, favor of Kananat
No, lij)W, druijii by Haiku Sugar Co, No. 1!, for I'M, on
Castle & Cooke, favor of bearer. .
S ED. HUFFHCHLAKOEK & CO.,
10 lm Assignee of T. Aloi of Haiku.
WRAY TAYLOR,
ORGANIST AND 01IOIIWA8TE!!
of hi Andlew' Cathedral, leather of f tann and
Organ. ltetdeuc, Blibop' College, Nuuauu Avenue,
Honolulu, 7 Sin
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AMD 0E0CEEY.
6 Urn, l LIIHtu Nlr. ly
Walluku Pol Factory.
BEST QUALITY OF IJAIAI MAN.
lefsclurid coiestaull. All orders rilled with die
patch? " ' K. H, IIA1LEY,
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Walluku. Maul.
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Proprietor.
ni'KKMK comtr v nit: Hawaiian
3 Islands, in tho mailer of WILLIAM INO l'OO,
voluntary bankrupt. Order to tlio Marshal and notice of
hinrlug ntiilto prove claims,
Uu rinding uud riling the petition of William Ing 1-on
declaring himself n bankrupt. It Is ordered that Iho
Marshal do lake Into his possession nil of the property
of the said William lug Koo.whlch Is not by latv exnnpt
from execution, and 1(0 put his store-houses, country
houses, tnccts, hooks nnd papers under lock and seal.
And nlso Hint MONDAY, IhnMith day of NOVHMHKH,
A I). IKMl.nt lOu'clockn.m nt my Chambers In Honolulu,
be and hereby Is appoint) d for hearing the question of
said bankruptcy if dlspntid, mid that not Ire of these pro
ci tilings be publish! d In Iho Hatuiiiiav l'liasa newspa
per In Honolulu for three cousecullvo weeks previous,
to said hearing, uhteh said notice shall nlso call upon
all creditors of the said debtor then and there In appear
before tho suld Chief Justice, to prom their debts,
(Hlgncd) CHAH. C. IIAIUUH,
W Chief Jiistlco of tlio Supreme Court.
Administrator's Sale of Ileal Estate.
TN TIIK MATTJMtOFTinOlCSTATK
X nf C. Knnalna, licensed, Intestate. Ily virtue of
an order nf sale by tho Hon. C. C. Harris, Chief Justl -o
of Iho Supremo Court, silting ns a Court of I'rolialc, on
the dtli day or January, A. 1), HM), Hie undersigned will
sell at public auction,
OK SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1880,
At 12 o'clock noon, at the rront door of Alilolanl Hale,
all tho right, title uud Interest which the snld Charles
Knnnlua, deceased, had lu nnd tn
THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND, NAMELY '
l.or l-KAIKIt:, In Killhi, Oahn, and containing
an area of gil acres, moru or less.
LOT it-I.KAIIM. In Kallhl aforesaid, and contain
ing an nrea of CI IV10B acres, moro or less. (These two
landsadjoln iocIi othir.andnro excellent grazing lands.
Title HoynlPntint.)
LOT -K I.tsT F I.AXD sltnated In I'nmoo,
Houolulii, Immtdinlely Inrenror tlio risldence of Jlcv.
-Mr. Damon, entrance from Hotel stou't, rutalnlng nn
arm of .T5-100 of nn aero. This lot Is leased for liO per
annum, the lenso expiring Juno 110th, ltvil.
I.OT 4 That lot on tho corner of King and Punch
bowl streets, with the houses thereon, containing un
nrea of 17-ltsi or nu ncrc. This lot is aubject to a Hie In
terest of ono Mrs. Knehii, who Is now about 70 years of
ugi-; the Ufa Interest to bo slated on day of rale.
I.U'5-Lot In Walklkl, HAIAl.il. containing nn
area ofDOMOU acres.
I.OT B-Lot in III of Pan, Walklkl, containing nn
area of IW-ltui of nu ncrc Thl Is ono patch, and can bo
planted In kalo or rice.
I.OT 7 Lot In Mnnon, consisting of 14 acres. Thin
lot Is leased for $.335 per annum, payable semi-annually.
The lease expires September Ml, le'il.
Mir HTho AIHllUAAOI'JIAIIKlt,Bllunleil
In Koolnupoko, Oahn, survey of which Is now In course
or preparation. This 1b n valuablo piece of laml, com
prising grazing nnd rlco land and valuable lish ponds,
nnd will be sold subject ton llAsp f $1(0 per unnum,
expiring December .11, IbKI; nlJo a second lease for $1(0
per annum, expiring October 31, lffl. "
LOT The well known lot of IIAIMOKIPO. sit
uated on Palaco Walk, and containing an area of 7S-1U0
,' ail ueiv.
LOT lO-Tho HUILDINflS on tho above lot to bo
sold sepaiatcly, nnd tn be removed within days nflcr
the sale. Tho lot or Halmoelpo (Lota Hand IU) will bo
sold ON TIIH PIIKMISK8, Immediately after tbo sain
of Hie other lots. Tho terms. of tbo salu ore cash, and
deeds at tho expense of tho purchaser, subject to uii
proval by the Probate Court.
OJJ-Fiir Chart and .Surveys and other Information,
apply at the odlce of W. O. PAHKE,
Administrator cf tho Estate or O. Kaualna.
Honolulu, October Kith, 1W0. vat H
MRS. D. CUDDY.
NURSE AND MIDWIFE
MO. 37 ALAKEANTRKKr.
Ofltee bourn rrssua 1 A. MI. lo O . M.
rPe ,IO,M, 1 ,MAY CONCEUN.
-A. Huthoumlerstgncd.cltlreus of Hun Francisco, do
hereby certify that wo have known Mrs. I). Cuddy for
scleral ytnrsjn this city, a a Nurse uud Midwife, and
wo checrf u ly reeopimciid her aa a competent and skill
ful person In that cupuelty.
KUiV,.s.Sl.Hl1,S ILH.nKN.M.D; M.M.KNOX.
. ;i W, toOKIIAirr M.Ilt JUHKPII KIUTZ?M. i)
I hereby certify that 1 havo known MBH. II. CIJDDV
!"r,'10hl,"Hl.,l,roo1(l!)yef.nit alwajs believed bur to
ih",'."",!',t' "I'f'ahtjnd faithful woman, andnf good
?wiCllrV . "KV, FATIIKH YKJlDAOUKlt.
HY i,,?,UKinn,t Cc"u'"y acqualiitul with Mllh. CUD
,. ,1 '.t . Si-fr""' Pfmliieiit Physical! and olhera
SlHfi.'jiWMiS1' ""'."' -
, ,w WALTKK UWWT.X1I,
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
l"OR lOQl
T8NOWIN COUllSKOFCOMPItA.
J. tlou, lo be Issued during Wececiber, Patties deslrlnir
copies wl please forward orders early. AdvertlscmeiU
rospec fully so cited. The coming 1,.uo wl ,,ol bo
behind liny of It. prcdeecssur. In valuablo Information
auilwl leontulii i.uw feature of Interest, elX.Vng
Cllniatev (liiine aud Uumo Law. Hawaiian 'ai ii.
gend, atill.llcal Table. Ac. A. ". pa In. r e.'eoJo
arr. si.aretl Its make It nierltlhucnundinco V ho pi bile
It I hoped to receive a continued liberal .tipuofl1 '
vHiiK 1'r.it vtftrv, run OK.vri.
Order to mall copies abroad musl Includo 15 centa
for postage, owing to Is lucrea.ej welgla Th.Jon.
slantly Increasing edition and.lla moro exieiiilid ilrl
REAL ESTATE!
l)e.lrat.le l'roKrty on FrtHt.'Por Kale.
rPHE WEI.X, KNOWN JJ&T SITU-
toTif,;-,J'"l.K,"v mr" "VB IWatioTil.. Thl. lot I.
IW) feet frontage, on Fort lret,im HH feet rear 1 hero
Li,? tw"-'""J- dvtelllng housi on tho lit, rimlynew
with took house, bath houso and privy, it tiVweMa
Ml feel deep, wilf stonedtip from the fcotloui for tvlr.
.go purpose. Tluiwator Is laid on In Xoiil dlHbrV.ft
pTaee,, and piping al In good co idlUo i. 1 hen" if
amp lo room fur Ihe nretloi, it two large eoiiagV.TIo
fencing la all new. This I. one of ti mri.i i.. .ni.- ' .
Dentrally Iwaied lot. torlaVne.y H, thifcUv
of Honolulu. 'J he above sale noVr. JJy 01iUo?m.. . J
for ihe periu.neiil Invisinieut of cap S nuuhy
a!'.'? ";''. ," " 'Pu" orih. purchase.
Apart of thil purchase money ir.ny remain Jecufe.1 hi
mr gaga ou Ihu prenU.ea. .f furfherTar". I
I V A.' J CAKTtt'i!lOll-l',iml"il "'
WneV. a plan of th. It eaiT."?.'0" f K-.
"''"I mut-tls
NOTICI.
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nriiE
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M.,,TLaL!.t!ar ''wV.
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pic.em them for .tt5roent toThnn&IuS t', h'l?, '? I
sU month fr0ui d.ti' or tbey will b.CoMf br?e,b,'',t I.
.. Admlnt.lrator of th. e.lai. oi ctal'i'!!i,MAJl!f1'j , , I -
lesl
indebted lo Ihe KUl.7ta TSiki KX7.' 3" P"-
Honolulu, Novembsr 1st, 1l,-
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