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BYE, P. ADAMS.
This Day, Saturday, Aug. 26
U 13 I , m SMc Jit m will be sold xHKV.7.
Crscb Fresh Tomntoos, in tins;
Bags OnioiiB, Boxob Onions,
Bngs Now Potatoes,
n P ADAMS A...! .
Valuable Land in Nuu-
r anu Valley,
At 13 o'clock noon at my Sales nooiu
I All that Fine Tract of Land known
I as the Hi of Knhaparkni,
(TiltaftteJ 111 N'liuaiiu Va1Iv i intlrn frntn If I no m.i
t0ntnlnr 2.', ocrcfl. Thin land fronts on Niinnnn Onr
hrnmcrit nosd.nnil ( wrll rencrd, H luu nn it rt v
hniltp. rtiiilnlntttr I t-nntrt -t,.t i.,m . u in.
hnI Grooved noorlnff. TUIe pf-rOcUm. giiarfltitrrd
(Mffhant Hlrert. or
wi I'tiiH'-r imriicunrn appiy io l IJirKPMOii
V AI)AH. nctioncKr
Mortgagee's Notico of Sale.
',iy JIIHIXTION OF STKlMriiX
'JJ Hpencer, tUcmnrteajjpe named In n certain luden
(hrc of morli-age, dated Dec Htli, 1ST0. matlo byKlmo
,Ksl to raid tilcphcii Mucnccr, I am dltcctcd to tell at
ON SATURDAY. SEPT. 2d, 1882,
jV At IS o"clocl, noon, at my Sales Knom.
j ilir right, title and Ir.tcicst of tnlil Klnio Kaal
(In mill to Hint Certain I'iceeof Linnl
1 hltiulcd In Knlnhonco, Anla, Honolulu. Oaliu. ami
J, mora particularly described In Hoyal Patent IN'o. MM,
f ami containing mi area of bn-lPinf an acre.
For farther particular, apply to Urcll Ilronu Altor-
fncy for Mortgagee, or
lFADA Jli Ancl'r
WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 6TH,
At 10 o'clock A J!
At rosidonco of O. S. Cummings,
C or. Fort and Ilerclanla Streets
urhoJEntiro Household Furniture.
IN I'AltT AS FOLLOWS :
I Turk Lounnc, Hllk; 2 Turk Chairs, Bilk.
Turk Chair, Folding; Chandeliers,
Walnut Contra Table, l'pralitn Ilnga,
Linoleum Malting. Hair Cloth Lounge.
I1til1r TL'nlM.il lf.. II..I.
,,,n,.. i, ni, in. ,111. ,,aill
'Chrotno and Steel EnMTlng-a,
macK wainmanu .Manic ncaroom bets
(Hack Walnut ChefTonlcr.
Black Walnut Hook Cases.
Black Walnut Side Hoard, Maple Top;
lllaek Waluut K -.tension Dining Table,
Mack Walnut Dining Uhalrs,
WO B. W. CRIBS WITH MATTRESSES,
Spring Mat tressct.
lingur .Sewing Mnchiiio with wnlor
Lsrce Oil Htmc with Fixture,
Vater Filter. 2 Itcfrlceratori
Crockery, Kitchen I'urnliuro .Etc, Etc
One Home, I Double Carriage, 2 Hnruorcs.
One English Huddle, 1 llnldwln Hoy Cutttr.
) 32 BIRDS IN ONE CAGE,
1 1 Different Klnd, All Choice Bird!, Flthcr
hunters or WhletlerB.
II. V. AIi.tMS, Atiet'r.
iSoad Walor and Sarsaparilla
Have uevir been Kqtullcd or Excelled for
Purity or Excellence of Flawr
Only Pure Fruit Ucid,
Pure Fruit Flavors, and
Pure Filtered Water,
I I'N'iii.miii; i'iti:i'Ai;A'rin. or
tiii:ii: iiki.kioi's itKVi'.u.;i..s
U!KatniM:,. . . ;, tent, pur Uiucn
b.R3AAlILLA. w Ccnli per Dozen,
HOLUSlSER & CO.,
WHOIiKSAlTi: AMI ItlXVIIi
PU 3t NHUA.MJ HTHi:KT
i Beaver Saloon
H. J. NOLTE, : : : t Pronriotor.
llc;t to anuuunce to bU friend and Iht
public In scucral
TkHt he haa'aponeil tlio nbovo Snloou
wberci flrt-clas Rorroshmontn
nlll e tervol from 3 m. till 10 p.m., under tbs
Immediate aupaiWou of MR. ROBERT OtLHAFf EN,
Tin: r'ttfr.vr aitADUb of
hoin byaptrional MlicUon from Unt-eUti uhuu
i, nai ci
en obtained, and will be added to from
le to time
Oue of !lruuikk A Ualkt'i
Selebratdo Billiard Tables
U couuecUd ultb the Calabllthracut, litre lot era
fat of tbo cue cau participate. SI'.'
' IMVItTMEMT & AGENCY CO.,
MUNUV LOAaiKti aN riltH.'I.AKS Mi:
curlliea. for lone or abort period! Apply to
. L.UKliU.N. ilanaiiaruroftM.
Otke. qucaa bt..oeftl.W. MacfarUuaA Co. -tatf
.7 - .. - ay.,' - .
I'dl'l S A N FJIV NC I SCO.
y IIk Fanriie Pai k t Ibirkcntlne
JM "EUREK A,"
'aKWrii PKNHALLOW. Master,
Will have Quick Dispatcher the nbovoPort
For Freight and Fumhk Apply t"
Olfl THF.O 11 I)AVlK.S.Atn..tftil
KOI. SAN FRANCISCO. "
, -( Tli'- Al mrlcan Ilrlgantlnr
-aSErtfSf.- HOWAItl). Master.
Will have Quick Dispatch for thenbovo Port
For freight or passage apply to
101 fll? XV o IttwlS A CO, Agcm
FOR SAN 'MIAN(JISOO.
M Bnrkcntino "Ella."
Will havo quick tlispitch for abovo port.
01? nil I IHIBVVKIt AM). Aicm
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU DIRECT
PACKET LINE !
1 'CJ'X-v the Vch York AOKSTS of tbl
AMvJW I'UIMII-Alt MAT. Hill dispatch n
it, r.tr fmr l"lrt-cl.in Vricl for tbl port the
hl of Octobn
l'.irtia ulihlug to alilp by lhl Line. Mill do ell In
n'lid their ordira by tin. m t Stcniiier lo linure their
freight bclnc taken.
V Freluht taken at Lnnent Kate.
IUI-3m 1)1. Asllii: M COOKE. Agentt
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
THK Al HRITISII
H&saeJia STEAMER "SUEZ,"
Will liOiivo San Fi'aiicisco for Ifoiio-
lulu (ho llth dii.vofoiicli iiionlli,
licturnlnj- from Honolulu on the sail HAY
of each month
Mi) Francisco Agents J D. ai'IlUCKHLS A 11I10S
,, ... ... , SJ7 Market btrcet
Honolulu ArciiI-. W O IIHVIN A Co. !H IMU
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE
r r minwun & co. will dispatch thu
MS? BARK AMY TURNER,
ORDERS SHOULD GO FORWARD EARLY,
flTOIXSunn SHIPMENT -XTU
For further pnrtlcnlnra. apply lo
. '2' .'" c nncwF.it a, co.
I MAM t:i:
Hteauicr LlUellke will leave Honoliiln each Tuc;da
;t If. J!., touchlnsat Lahalna, -Maalaea Hay, Jl.ikena,
Mahukona, Kanalhae, Lacpahochoc and Hllo.
ltcturnlnc will touch atall the nboTO port, arriving
at Honolulu each bunday ji. 5t
13 WlLI)i:i; A. CO.
A. RAATIi COOKE,
AOKSTl'OItTlIE FOLLOWINCI COASTHUi):
Wrvllolo, - Mnlolii
Wftloll. Ufi JuHu
WnioUu, AlMi Wnlmnln.
Flju(i-ltodHlth Wblk-lUll. Ofllce Corner of Quen.
W) and Nnuanu HtrccU. I
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
C' Qrowor & Co.-Aeonts. U
iSii? AlcrchandUc received Moriisr l'i-f-.3SE
and liberal cafhndvame made on shipment bvilil
"JJ; W ly C. BltbWKIt A CO.
3RIC FOR SALE.
3f- tiih huh: .imio iiavixj ii.vii:it-
Kt uonocxtcnulvo repairs, with n cood iincntory,
and well found In .Sail, Itiffslni;, Ac, it no offered Tor
sale For particular Inqntr,! of
"' A. J. '.Al'.TWlUOUT
THOS. G. THRUM
,li) the receipt, ex Into arrivals, of (elections In
Crackled Glass Vases,
Birthday Cards, newest designs
Windsor & Newton's Artists' Materials
Flno Koatlior mid 1'iui.li Hhrs, latcrft btjlos,
rumen, Cnril Caha, .Musio Itolls,
' lukstamla, Olnss Paper AVclrjhls,
liuttorick's Cut L'mior Pattern,
A full assortment of luteal btjlci, tobu folloired
nllh regular luppllet each month.
nOWEN'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
Amorlcnn Bunting Flas
From 5 to U feet lengths.
Viom 3 Inchc lo I feet lengths.
Per Bark Lady Lampson,
A Flno Asiortment of latest
'NOVELTIES IN JAPANESE DECORATIVE ARTICLES
NapkinB, &c. &c
personally atli-vled from the clobrated
Ichi Ban Japanese Buzar!
The abovo GOODS arc opened , p at the
I'MUT hlrcet Mtllli:, (lllir.tVlltS lll.OCK.)
and aro placed at Ike. lowest flgur -s for the
cucouragemcut of buyers. Hotb Ilia
FORT AND MERCHANT ST. STORES
n(l be conducted ou as liberal a b :s to the
public as possible, commsnsura'e with
1, A!.t. CAM.
Conluniience respectfully solicited .md Order
tullhlully attended to-
't II. IllltllU TAUI.H ii.i:asUki: .
al aunounclus the selection of th largest and
flneit Slock or
MISCELLANEOUS AND PRESENTATION
Art ami Fnncj (looil.s
For th, r A I.I Tit i III:, una notice cf which
will b rIuu on rreilpt of ,
Laiiiru luroicts. Also
lining been appointed Agtnt lot 'he
American Tract Society's Pub
lications, A Full btiwk of ihelr desirable UOOK. UIULUS
ami TESTAMENTS will b kvptouband. aud'aitber
frbleallouauce nude lo buuda) school. andTtiCbers,
aom List rrlcea, Wl
if J1- ,,i
- r.: - - - .T. - sf. :l,-i ;ajH? -ft
Formerly of San Francisco, Cat 1 x
gSl ENGUSH PRACTICaLWATCHIMKER ,
And Impoifr of American Jewelry of Every Pescrlp
Unn So. S3 KlngHtreet Honolnln m'
LOUIS ADLER. " ""
wo. iij piTjTyvjvty Txuaiiia,
MisiTAtrrfncn and uc.urn t -
Booh nnd Shoes of ovrry tlcncrlptlon,
I dle' and C'lilhlrens' wear, My toek Is
worthy of Inspection.
rv FIIKEH VERY LOW jsa
im-qr Niiucuu Ht.
M. IIAOAN, M. D
PHY8ICAW & BUHOEON. OFFICE, 103 FORT St
. IV OFFICE HOUns-From 10 to 13 a. m., and 3 to
p. in flenldenee. I'.'.", Nuuann at. 101 qr
C. F. WOLrE.
in-l Kins St bet. Alakca and Fort ftt
Grocery, Foeil & Provision Mcrchn.nl.
W onld like head of famlllei,, lodglnc house keeper"
anil others to know that hn flt all tlmcn sell at
prlcca lowest of tlio low.
Ord. r. ...litued and goods promptly delivered In any
"t( part nf the clly or anbnrbs, Cm
French Consulate, Honolulu.
Notice to the Trade.
rpurc I'LTUNisnrxo or ritCriii
.1. Ilulcher's Meat and llvo stock! Oxen, Sheep, l'lgi,
for Iho use of tlio Knrrl'on and of lhoe receiving allow.
nneea In Fjpectn as well as for the ptovlslonlng of thu
n5 nn.'i '.'"'Pllnl, durln the period between the 1st
or.Mny lBSJ.ondthn 3li of December 1S-U. will be put
nn to contract publicly, on scaled tenders, on the Sth
K.:.wlS?Wr: Jft1?- nt 2 ""clock ii. in. In the oillce of the
OIIDOX.S'ATEIH, nt FAFKFTA.
The conditions of said contract nre deposited at the
ODlcc of tho French Consul here, where persons deslr
ous to lender can con'iilt them 91S 103 lin
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Importer, Manufacturer, Upholsterer,
anil Healer In FiirnlliirB of Every Description, rami
tiircareltonms, Xo.OI Fort blrcct Work Hhop at
111 IS fllrl kliiml m IIaIaI UI..m '
asii win until' ui (iiiv.t UlllUli
iff All Onlcrw l'romptly Attended to.
CHAS. BREWER & CO.,
J 7 Kill,- Ht., notion.
Agents of Hawniinn PacKets,
General Commission Agents.
Special attention slten to the purchasing of floods
forlho Ilanallau tride. Freights t the lowest rate.
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
IWand 101 Fort blrcet.
I'leturcs of all sizes and kinds made to order, and
I rames of all descriptions constantly on hand. Alo,
Mhclla, Corals, nnd Curlosilles of the 1'acHlc. S IN
IfAVI.Xl OX Nf.VKRAI, SMt'A-
sloiis eUcii the pnbllc evidence nf hU
thoroimh enmnetence In TUNING AND
Benin sriwn oimnc in ,rv,i,h'm..
had long exnerlcncc, Mr. ImiIiOH itOrYKACRANTZ
doslrei; to Mate that ho has rccclud a excellent testi
monial from 11. IIKltOElt,
,,, , Ilanilmasterof lloyal Hawaiian Uand.
In addition to tho evidence I have given of myablllty
In Tuning, I wish also to aco.ualut the public In tho
fntno manner of my capability In giving LESSONS IN
VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, after : thn most ap
proved burupean methods. A few adanced pupils
will be taken for Instruction.
Address. IsiDon itn,KN'nirA vtj
llirum'a Fort bt. gtore. or l'almcr'a Drug .Store.
10 000 Pianos
'HIIIAMlrm.l (lit THAT I.mKKAI. VAT-
H ronago which has been extended to thenndcrlgncd.
rendering It necessary to enlarge his Printing Depart
ment and inovo to more spacious quarters, he would
respectfully Inform tho publle of Its change to No. G
Kaaliiimnnu street, (Flltuer'a old stand, and morero
eenily occupied by Mr. Atnx Eckart,) adjoining Theo.
II. Davles oillce, where all woiklnlhe several branches
News, Book and Job Printing
Will he Attended to Falthfullv, and in a f-tjlc
of Art Inferior to Sonc.
I'rriorntlii!,', TtiiHn?, l'liging, MnrliUiic;,
(iililin- anil I'iiiisliini,' Execittt'd In n
Manner Kquul lo auy Oillce
mi the Const.
1W" THOS. C. THRUM.
Wm.WENNEE & Co
Jlnvo Ito-Oponed at the Old Stiuul,
'! Tort 8( . with a New and Carefully Selected
Watches and Clocks, all kinds ;
0LD CHAINS aV UUARDS,
SLEEVE BUTTONS, STUBS, Arc
Would do well to Call and Examine our Slock of
Brncelets, Brooches, Lockets, Earrings,
etc., which wero specially selected uithatliw
to bult thu Market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
MADE TO OIIDEIt.
Tho repairing branch of our business u regard as nn
important one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will bo ex
ecuted In manner second to none. Whllo thanking
the public fur past favors, we return to hope that our
long experlunco on these Islands will enable ua to ob
tain a fair sbarti of patronage In the future. Engraving
w, .ivij .tvsini'.ivi, ttuuu .vi uiuvr, 1 articular uucu-
lieu ! paid to ordcra and Job work from tho other
Islands. Quick sales nnd small profits Is our motto,
and ue ahull keep In stock oYery article In our line nf
To Depositors In Bishop & Company's
OX AND AFTKlt SErT. 1 MSXT,
after date, the rate of Interest allowed on dcnoslts
will be reduced to Href 8 ) per cent, per annum
Ins trakil no siil India sS ... "
Aug. 1st. 1W.'.
UUl '11 tw 111
rpilK lTNDKKSIGXKD HAA'JXCl
-L mado certain ImnioMuuutj In tho arrangement
aud construction uf Flues and Air spactt for Meant
Hollers which clUcla conslderablu sailng of Fuel Is
willing loguarinlee all work entrusted to him.
. HAMUEL HAItltt.JON.
Address B. QjiktHY. IK QueenHt. 73
1 C. I1AKK, 05 MERCHANT'S
- ExLhange, Is the only authorized Agent of the
l'uiss In bau Francisco. The Hatukdai 1'xr.sa can
ahvai a be aeen on fllu In his oltlcc. la)
Engine For Side.
j NKW UO-HORSi: POWKll KN-
lOINE. In perfect order. For Sale by
ea tf c. uiu:vfk & oo.
.11111,9 AMI 10 S.H. HAIUa. HKUH fW
I Fork. half'jarrcU; Extra Family Unf, llollci.
For Sale by LOLLKS Jk CO
nma.Mi HAMI.KV. miioi.i: haki.i:v
!' For balaby HU1.I.E8 A. CO.
4 111,1, ASHimfJIK.M Or asISKH t'MOM
IM. sis I
t thread to Ar Inch.
ltoLLES Jr. CO-
EXTRA PRIME PORK,
TX DAHHELfi; KXTItA FAMILY
X Ilecf, In balfbarrtla; Casks Dnnea's Mams, Caies
Easteru Uaeon, Can CallfornU Cheese, Cases Fair
ban J.' .Laid, In S and 10 b, pills fectlred this day, per
U (I. IHWI.S, auti for sale by
W UOLLKS A CO.
PACIFIC RUJIIIKU PAINT,
X .V fulls.. ortmrnt of this celabrattd faint and i
piud a iuIIou packages, all Hit daslrabla shades la
olors, For sjl by UOLLIt at Co
OFFICE SL'r'T, WATEIt WOilKS
. HoxoLVU', July 3d, IS.
All persons having Walcr rrlvllegs, aro notified that
their Water Kate, are payable semi-annually. In ad
tanee at ihc UJlte of tho Hupcrlntcndcnt of Water
orks, fool of Nnuanu .In et, upon the 1st day of .fan
nary and July of each year.
C D. WILSON, Bnp't. Waterworks.
913 101 gixn R. k'.., iii...,t.,..t..
-- ---., .'..u,.,, w, .u.viiur.
AUG l ST 'JO. 1EP2,
.1, , . MannRcra'a Notice.
All advertisements for tho Satday 1'nr.ss must lie
jent In by Friday noon. Jfo Insertions for tho current
tssuo can lie iruarantced when sent in later.
Advertiser-will mark the number of Insertions de-
wllUe cT,Srge.Uh,tMth.Cy "' AT "Ul '" m"M
THOS. 0. TlinUM. Msnater.
DO WE WANTABOSS TWEED.
One of tlio fimgim growths of Ainorican poll
tic, not one of Its normal processes of do
volopmenf, is tlio "Ilosg" system of political
innclitnory. 'I ho cnmbiiiatlon of favorinz clr
ctiinslitnces which aomo mon havo been quick
to sciio for thofr own personal otitis, niakinp;
in biisiiiess enterprises through their tiso of
associated capital, railroad magnates, cotton
lords, and oil monopolials, haa boon utilized
by others of diQcront tastes and aurroundinga
to givo tho American pooplo all they want of
"llosa" rulo in politics. Tho present con
dition of political affairs in this kingdom scorns
to indicato that roido ono has boon trying to set
himself up as tho "Doss" in tho management
of our political system. Thcro aro many
points of rcHcmbianco in tlio accounts given
of tho manipulation of tho Legislature and of
tho laws of Iho session just closed, and the
story of Boss Twced'n control of tho Com
mon Council and or tho public money in the
city of Now York. Thoro has boon tho
samo stylo of junketing, the uamo dollghtful
riding around at tho public exponso, tho same
running up of bills for liquors, ct cetera,
though wo boliovo Hoss Twood kept his
credit good by paying his bills promptly.
Bosh Tweed, too, had n now building, tho
City Hall, to bo put up and furnished; and
during the two yours just boforo his down
full, that was tho tap through which tho
Public Treasury was drained at the conve
nience, or according to Iho requirements of the
Boss nnd his pals. Thoro is no noed of re
hearsing tho wholo story. The littlo gamo
went on. Thero was jimkoting and riding
and building and bossing until finally ono of
the city papers bogan to print tho facts and
figures. And then thoro was blustor and
bravado, and Boss Twocd's cooly insolent re
ply, now becoino historical and monitory
MY oil, what aro you going to do about it?"
Well, thoro was soniothing dono about it, and
tlio ond of if all was a public Goaudal wiped
out, a fow weary months of flight and exilo, a
vagabond h return to a prison coll, and the
unpitied doatlt of a sluunkon, broken down,
hoart sick and sons old man. Wo hava had a
Lcgislatute and n Cabinot roady to do tho
bidding of their boss, Wo havo in Honolulu
a now building that has absorbed, no one
yet knows how much, cortainly hundreds of
thousands of tho public money. "Well what
aro you going to do about it?"
Tlio Saturday Phkss proposes to speak out
about it and to use Bomo plain English too.
Wo believe in tlio power of apoech; and if, as
wo believe, this community doos not want a
"hosB" and woti't havo a Hawaiian Boss
Tweed, wo proposo to any so and to frco our
minds. Poihaps tho next thing will bo an
nabC88inent of 2 per cent, on all Government
officials to pay tho coronation espouses.
Goorjro William Curtis, in his recent ad-
dioBB at Providence, says it was twonty-fivo
years butweou "tho morning gun of tho Itovo
lution" nnd tho Declaration of Independence.
Wo don't think it will bo twonty-Cvo weeks
before this community will show that thoy
rcalizo to tho fullest extent tho evil that is
being dono by Boss Tweed and his ch'uma,
cronies, toadios aud tools.
WASTE AND DEBT.
If thoio are any two words most abhorrent
to a bnttineBs man trained in business ways,
thoy aro those of waste and dobt. In countries
wlioro the most rigid economy cau do littlo
moro than keep soul and body together, thero
is, imbued in most pooplo a. saving dread
thcieof. It may comport moro with Hawaiian
atmosphcio and surroundings to build a tower,
or six of them, without first sitting down and
counting (bo cost, ir Imply ono bo able to
finish; but by most business pooplo hero in
Honolulu, any such expenditure as thoro has
bceu on tho "monstrosity with six flagstafls,"
sometimes called tho new palace, will be set
uown as a piece or wasteful oxtravaganco.
Any one who has observed tho demoralizing
influonco exerted from abovo downward for
theie last fow years has noticed with pain, if
no tias nau any regard lor tins Hawaii n
people, how steadily rotrogrado has boeu tho
working of public affairs. Legislatures havo
boon moro and more venal, capacity less and
less a qualification for official positiou, ex
penses looser aud looser. Yet what olso tould
bo expected of a ninn who iu order to aecuro
his election to tho throno wan ready to oat his
own words, and pledge himself to any coarse
of action dictated by those who proposed to
run hliu in ? who has givon equally btrong
pledges to one Cubinet after anothor, who
havo only lourncd to (holr intense disgust in
Ihoir own oxpcrioueo tho truth of- tho old
tjayinjj, "if a man is clioalod otico by uny one,
he is to bo pitied; if twice by the sania per
son, ho Is only to boblaiuedl" Wo don't know
whether to pity or blume most the lust Minis
try for holding office so long us they did. It,
at the last, foil lo pieces "all ',o wuust" like
the Doueou's shay; and deservedly perhaps,
for thcro would ktcm to be no jnatificatioii
for their allowing such wasteful oxtravaKances
to go ou uucheckf i. Tho general vordict of
tho community seems to bo that they had very
Utile back-bone and a very looso grip ou the
piirso-strlngs. Strict economy in the raanajro
ment of public funds should lo enforced as
iho only rule to which all officials should be
held personally and shari.lv reannnail.l
.What possible good can conio from allowiug
uy lougvrtiio sqiunderliiR of public fund ou
military equipments? Why lot the public
treasury be a slovo to drain out on that piece
of folly, the now palace, the dollar squeezed
out of the fruits of ouriuy industries? Aud
as if that folly were W enough, we are to bars
inflicted on ui a bigger ods still, the Two
y. .VJji., ii'Wl
Million Loan, llko n now bottom with bigger
holes to run out faster Iho money in tho N.
tionst Troasury. But what caps the climax of
folly is tho coronation project, and sending
tho Lord High Chnmberluin to nil tho high
and mighty potentates of the gluba io conio
and witness tho nbsnrdltyj and as to the coro
nation itsolf, wo very much foar (lint only
those who aro obliged to bo present, will
assist nt any such ridiculous ceremony. Sen
sible peoplo will prnbably show their opinion
of tho nffalr by staying away as was done
recently in Now York at tho Vnndorbilt
Tho lost liCgislatnro authorized tho expen
diture for tlio next biennial poriod of oar a
million tlollars more than th nlimnt'd expenses.
Tho King and Oubinct glory in this fcatl Was
thcro evor such suicidal folly? What stupidity,
imbecility, and incompetency"! As if that
were not enough, deliberately to propoe to
upend bo much moro money limn thoy expect
to iccoivo, thoy want (o borrow two millions
moro. Who is going to lend to such a spend
thrift sot? It would seem in'ouler rather for
tho next friend In nk for n gunrdian lo bo ap
pointed lo prevent a valuable oslalo from bo
Ing squandered so senselessly. Hut in Iho
full light of theso facts when anyone whose
cars aro not "fust locked in drunken stupor"
can hoar tho r M- of Iho broakors theso imbo
cllca and inconi) jtonts set ovory sail and pro
poso to drive tho ship of Stato head on lo tho
breakero. Perhaps tho country is staunch
enough to stand tho shock. It would bo a
positivo gain if it shook overboard tho aot now
in command. Very likely it will knock to
flinders tho figuro hoadof loyally Then with
a clear cut-wator and modorn machinory wo
can tack ship, cut away the cumbersome deck
furnlturo of military, coronoln, household ex
penses, grand tours overboard with thorn all
get out or tho broakors nnd havo fair sailing
ou tlio open sea, or as suro as fato imbecility
and incompetency will scon wreck the wholo
Things Wise nnd Otherwise.
Somo of tbo Saiuhdat Treks oditortnlb aro not
appreciated in certain qnurtora becanso tlioy nro
1 1 "too true.
Knlaknna still nmnaes himself by occasionally
drilling tho littlo streot Arab, who compose tlio
Wo bear that somo persons aro Riven papers of
naturalization for other tensonn tiinn tbtir ability
to comply with tbo provisions of Hie now Natnrnf.
Thu oryan boliovos it expedient that tbo Govern
ment should nook abroad for tbo negotiation of a
loan, who Is now in candidacy for tho billot of
Travelling Loan Commissioner '(
Tho Cabinet Is reported to havo received it rojal
snub not many days bIiico iu its effort lo ha-, tho
appointment of K. W. Purvis as Aotinc Cham
berlain daring Col. C. U. Judd's nbsence.aiinulled,
Tho New 1'alaeo has niroady cost tho country
about four hundred nnd twcntvQvo thousand
dollars and is not yet complete. Perhaps it would
scirmd more grand if wo oonld c ill it half a million 1
Tho appointment of ,1. S. Walker as Audltor
Genornl has olicitcd encomiums from other jonr
tinln Of llin nl.tnn Hml nn rluum nnn.li. ..m........
----- -- g-. .... .h..w ... LW',i ,.uii,jr OMIUUIUUI,
ljut tho impression sought to bo oonvoyod, that
till-. niliAn In ,.-..... -1 1 .. r iff .' '
w.u umw is iiutuHBiiniy ono loriuo is entirety erro
neous to our viow as it umy bo abolished at any
timo thoy sco fit cither abolish tho olllco or removo
thu ilinilinliAlif . In fni.l tlm ,..... .!.:.... t.
been Koiu of late, it would bo scarcely cafo to
calculate upon any ollico being for life.
Wo nro iuformod that ono of onr prominent
business mon, n fowyears ngo became n subject of
the realm in order to hold uomo property under Ha
waiiauiawB. Holms recently received a uritten
cominnuication from tlio Department of Statu at
Washington, nssnriw him and nil othors iu like
predicament, that ho is 6till regarded as an Amer
ican oitizou, aud entitled aR ouch, iu case of dis
tnrbanoo or injustice, to full protection of person
and property, any laws or onitctmonts of tins Ha-'
waiiau hitigdoiu to tlio contrary notwithstanding.
Wo understand that tlio Board of Education seo
uo reason to depart from their lona established
practico undor tlio alien mid naturalization laws,
lhoy do not and will not require an oath of allo
Riaiieo from every school toucher. Why Bhould
notico bo served ou the civil oiiRincers cmpluyod
In too Survojor GcnuraFs ofllco that thoy must
tako tho oath boforo the oxpiration of tills month
or thoy cannot draw any pay ? And why should
tho supor-bervicaablo Secretary of tho lloard of
Hoalth iuform physicians in Gocrnmout prnplov
Hint thoi' mnuf fnlfn f lin r.,1, ..r nil fn .-i!i.i.l
twenty days or oxpect summary dismissal ?
If tho new Minislor had come nt tho timo ho
was expected to arrive hero, iio would doubtless
havo iimdo somo slron representations to tho
Hawaiian Government as mo well member Geu.
Comly did at tlio timo of tho .Moreno fiasco. Tor
it .cortainly cannot provo n pleasant piece of in
telligence to tho United States Government that
tho prewMit Hawaiian Ministry 1ms for its fiRaro
noad, that W. 31. Gibhou wlioto name is on tho
records of tlio Stato Dopartuieut nt Washington
in connection with bomo crooked transactions of
u.o, .1, uu .uui.-u.iiir uiuiior in ma criminal career,
to oroato disturbance with n friendly foreHi
i . niiHji i"iivui iiuis i-neiiic.
Tho tenors that wero tr.iiiRnnrtnd t K'nlnu.n ,,
'Pllnclnv tnat nw, .nnbnn .r 1... II.- .-,., .
"tvotev" as being porfectly rescued to tlioir lot.
Itmijs: "Tho exiles wont on board tho stoaraor
:; , . ,uuf,1" "i eouipiaini nuniiiHt tlio
rtnthority that .ordered them away, aud oven gave
hearty voloo to chcors nnd aloha for tho President
of tho Board as ho bid tbum an adieu." Wo
oxpect soon lohear of peoplo makltiR cltoitslo
oputract tlio iliscnsa in order to be able lo sharo
tho sympathy of this magnetic man who can ruako
it n ileasuru to pirt with friends and homo aud
cuter, with pleasant prospocts, tho vory irartnls of
Internal improvements hcuui tu bo uettiiis uhnu.
at a snail's pace, notwithstanding tho immense
oticrgy that was boasted of as being possessed by
tho members ofthounw Cabinet, ltoad lunkiitc
under it uoems to havo been conflned, so far, to
lnslKniUeaut patohitiB, and holo-nilitiRn. 'iho
Pali road, so important a matter, linn npparoutly
not yet been thought of. It has been suggested in
xplatintiou, that the Minister of Interior had
pxhanated his supply of fuel daring tho sewlou of
tbo JLeRislaturo iu boatinc hU bombs iiRaitiat ids
predccessoni iu ofllco. Perhaps so, or ixmibly it
may bo inteiidod to manufacture u way of apply,
tug the appropriation to tlio Now Palace, as was
previously tho case.
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Anne street nmilialof Ucretanin strati is being
Tuu.liirfiYifa vill bu' duo from the Culoulos
next Monday uveuiuR.
Tnu Ahsj sailod on Tuesday for San rnuici.oo
Inking thirty-two jiaBsenfior and a good cargo,
TurJiE was a vory good rniuou 'lliuraday night
and yestctday morning, which laid the dust thor
oughly. The "Cousins" hold their regular monthly
meeting to-night nt Mrs. II. A. V. Curler's on
Gen etui. CoiiLT and family leave fur their homo
in the States by tto Auitralia, doe from (he Colo
nles on Monday,
Honolulu wru isitod by somo smart tnovrers
last Tuesday forenoon. Tho rainy beasou is grad
Twi-itt-tiibwc leors were taken from tho
Branch Lepor Hospital last Monday and sent to
Molokai by the Slokolil.
The Artoalau Ice Work hare also had a mishap,
and the city will bo in a groat jfH-i'a for the nt-cd-fal
artiolo for a few days.
Goon flows of water hare been struck on tho
plains in the well bored for Mr. Milton mid the
Ward vrel), which has bum deepened.
'After Couveralon, What ? " will bo Mr. Crnzan'a
tbsme eiuuday morning. In the evening, a lecture
to young tutu and some yoaus w-jmeu on pro
fanity. Tiis Ice Crsam Pcstlval nunoooced to Uiclvmi
by Um ladle of Honolulu, to raise f ucda to aaalat
Um gospel tmparanou work, ill bo pcntpoiied, o
m at itit auen wppiy yj too.
Owjso to tho llklllioodof the early arrival of the
( alcamcr .tmfiijfri, jieoplo having bminess with the
bAnk Would tin unit lnnll.i.l 11, , .,. -- i.
will not open on any nccoont on Hnnday.
Mr. B. W. Punvts has boon appointed ChAinlier
lain and -Military Instructor of tho troops, with the
rank of Major. Captain Haley has been appointed
Military Instructor of iho polfco forces.
Last Tuesday tho body of a Chinaman was found
by n 1'ortURueso In ono of tho littlo gnlches on tho
fide of Panchbowl. He had boon mifortnnato In
bnaiticss, nnd In n stato of desiiondciiey cijtnmltlcd
Tub articles on "ltcmlnlsconcoi" In Honolulu,
which wero discontinued for a time, will bo ro
fumed next week. Tho thread of the narration will
bo taken up nt a place that will make most inter
esting rending nt this timo.
A nurrListraT will bo Issued this p. m. Riving an
account of tho dlunor to General Comly by Amer
ican residents ou Thursday evening contninltiR
tho toasts proposed, speeches dclhercd,etc. Copies
will bo fnrnishod to all subscribers,
'I'm: U. S. man-of-war -ffdiJniu command of
Captain Balknnp, or perhaps the iMtHvimmm,
may be expected In Honolulu vory shortly. Peo
plo will bo pleased to sco ono of Undo Sam's
ves'olsln port nniu, It is so long slnco ono was
On Wednesday a Chlunman went to Kwa on horse
back, on business, nnd when returning to town,
bis borROslnmblcd nnd foil, throwing him forcibly
ngninat n stono nnd knocking him Insensible. Ho
wnq taken home, and thonglt not appearing fatally
hurt, died during the night.
To-uor.i.ow afternoon, Bngitio Co. No. 1 will
bo taken out to tho King's artesian well on tho
plains, bored by Ilrndon A McCnndlesa, to make a
thorough test. Mr. Jarnos Dodd has kindly oilcred
to furnish horses to draw tho ongluu out, and will
provide a buss for tho members of tho company
and another for thoso who wish to eo out, They
will lcavo town about ilvo o'clock.
To-dat's lsstto of tho Par.ss is a dcsirablo lium
bor to send abroad, ns It dopicls In truthful char
acters tho pnsont situation in theso Inlands)
somo of tho pictures drawn aro not such ns wn
would profor to exhibit, but without nny Inter
ested motivo wo havo presented things In tho
light of truth Just ns peoplo horo vroll know them
AmoMo tho passouRora to leave by the Auttinlla
will bo fcvoral of onr residents who will be ab
sent for a considerable time. Col. and Mrs. W. F.
Allen will mako an extoudod stay in the States)
Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Comings will visit tho Stales
and Earopo before returning, and Col. C. II. Judd
and Miss Jndd so abroad on business oounoctod
with the coronation.
Fotxowixo Is tho progrnmmo for tho Band Con
cert nt Emma Square, at 1:80 r. m. to-day:
Overture Tho Oath ..Anbcr
Oalop t'omnuo. ......Leutner
Selection--The Furltans ,. ,,, Delllnl
veriure Joan of Arc, new. , Verdi
Waltz .My Friend, new Oasncr
Tho Baud will civoa second Moonlight Concert
on Monday evening, Aug. 23th, at Emma Sqnnre.
,1 osr outsido the Hawaiian Hotol Rate, on nioh
nid street, Is a pllo of no, fsiJ rubbish which has
been allowed to remniu thero for oovcral days
past, and which has ncqulrod a smoll that jior
vndes tho ntmosphcro iu its vicinity to ati extent
that would mako its removal much appreciated by
such as aro living within its reach. Such a thing
Is clearly a nnisanoo, and within tho meauins of
A sebiouh accident happened to Miss Kntio
Mossinnn on Thursday evening. A party of young
pooplo, of whom slio was ono, wero going out for
a horsobaek rido to tho Pali. On Berotania strool
lior horse became frightenod and unmnuagabio
and rau away with hor, tumiuR the cornor of Ala
pai streot so suddenly as to throw her off. Sho
wns rendered insensiblo by tho fall nnd was qulto
severely braised. Wo hopo to hear that hor in
juries aro not eo sovero ns at first retried.
About midnighton Tuesday lnst,nfiro broko out
in n nativo botiso at Wnikikij opposite tho Bath
House, Bnd whon discovered had mado such head
way that it was impossible to oxtiitRuish it. A
lump wlthont a chimney was ou a chair burnlug,
nnd it istboURt that tho mosquito not caught from
it. An old gontluman named Nailipalnpnla, who
ownod the honse, attempted to got his littlo grand
son from tho burning building but was unaTilo to
do so, and the littlo follow wns burned to death,
Nearly everything in tho houso wns destroyed.
Mu. W. A. CouwEn has Just returned from nn
extended tour on tho Islands of Hawaii and Maui,
and has mado n number of interesting sketches.
At his stndio ou Fort street, may bo seen, in var
ious sUrcs of advaucomont, paintings of tho crater
of Kilauoa, showing Hnismaumau nnd the now
lake,. aud another showing the burning lava in
Hnlemaumau; another scono from Hawaii is a view
of Kaawaloa, with Captain Cook's monument
in the distance. Among tho ilovn from Maul nro
somo boautifnl bits of tropical Bceuory from Wai
Iuku andlno Valloys; a viowof tho town and laud
iuR of Knhulul aud of tho town of Wailuku and
surrounding country. Sovernl othor skotchos whon
worked up, will make, whon complotod, a very in
teresting series of Hawaiian studies.
Is tho Haiti Bulletin of August 2oth, is a some
what oitendod account of a visit to tho Lepor Hos
pital nt Kakaao, wherein tho editor is any thing but
sparing iu his laudation of Drs. Fiteh and Bodgerfc,
and speaks of them as being "idolized" by tho f n
mates. With tho oxtrnvaganco of tho encomiast,
however, wo havo nothing to do; but with regard
to stntomcuts directly contradictory to tho most re
spectable living authorities in other countries,
and to tho oxuerienco of a large majority of the
physicians hero, we deem it a duty to proiiouneo
thorn as without basis, in fact, and uncon
formable with any rcasouabio hypothesis. Wo
consider it an ignorant slander upon many respect
able persons, when it is said "that this disenso will
only attack tho lecherous portion of onr commu
nity and their offspriug." Bach is not tho fact, ns
has been amply exemplified iu this very commu
nity, and such a statomout would not even bo true
of tho disease of which it is tho expressed opinion
of Dr Fitch that leprosy forms the "fourth singe."
If such views ns these are sound or based ou any
common experience, it is thou a hugo iniquity that
is ticing pruoliced, to sogregnto the leper nnd de
prive him of bis liberty.
CoxrLAiSTs still continue to nrrivo from Koolau
about horso stealing, illicit distillation of liquor,
etc. It is well known that certain natives have
been stealing horses aud yet thoro havo been no
arrests. A short timo ago a horso belonging to
Mr. Thomas Lloyd was mlsslnc nndhooUerodn
reward of $5 for its return ; this amount ho nf tor
ward increased to W but did not hear of Ida
horso subsequently ho raised tho reward tu $15
and on tho evuulng of the samo day tho horse was
returned to him aud tho money claimed and paid,
Captain Boss brought two bor&os with him to tbo
same placo. Ono was taken out of the stable dur
ing the night nnd ruu off and was found two days
after at Makapuu whoro the animal bad nover
beoa before. Last Sunday morning Mr. Henry
took up for trespass a horse that was in tho cnue
und hud au officer notify tho ownor, Tbo owner
of the horse said ns it was Sunday he would
attend to the matter another time. 'I ho following
night the horso and ono from the plantation were
stolen out of u yard. The Deputy Sheriff was Ira
mediately uotlliod but said ho would wait until
tho Dislrlot Jostles should come over. Whon
thut ofllcial arrived ho said that nothing could be
done. On being satisfied that the oftlcials there
would not act the matter was laid before Marshal
Parke a day or two ago.
Tut; following is from thu 0utl. of Wednes
day Inst : "A suit for damages has bceu entered
iu tho Supremo Court to be heard at its next Oc
tober term, by Chas. D. Hinkloy against Doctors
0. T. Bodcera aud G. L. Fitch. The damages nro
aot ut 'JO.UCO, and nro claim d for alleged mat
practice lu treating a fracturo uf tho thluh-bono,
nnd n dislocation of tbo wrist joint, whereby a
uonuulon of the bouea in ono case, and n perma
nent anchylosis la tbo other, huvo resulted. Tho
plaintiff Is now in the Queen's Hospital, and has
bceu undergoing treatment preimratory to an
Deration which wo understand Is shortly to bo
IHirfurmad, whereby it is hoped to stenro a union
of tho separated boned, nnd partial use of tho leg."
Thfi is n suit that will be looked to with, much
intercut by the community as being tbo first casu
for damage against medical practitioners that has
ever bceu brought to trial before oar Courts.
Suiws of this nature aro coiauiou iu other countries,
and, while we would wish to say nothing lu regard
to the merit of this particular case, wo would
still venture tho remark, that cases of tho
grossest mal-practisc iu this town have been allow
od, through tbo pea-ao-lovlug nature of our com
muuity to go unpunished, and tbo authors to go
on willi their blundering, as If huniau life and
hapyluob were of little account when compared
with tho halo of Mnotlty that surround tho
Noiicj.o several Unit if lato that extensive
ImprovemeuU were being luudo lu Caalle fc Cooke's
store on King street oar ruporter took a look
through thu building tho other day and noted thu
many efaasuM UuU bad bssu made. la tbo tour
of Um bvUslutti m second story Us bssu added to
the Urss brisk store atosu ami iu eapaoity Uwo
by graft. imrassd. Tbo bviUlogis slsopro
vidodwith slog sUrawr, a vsrjf gnat oootsuI
ones. Tbsm Is smother lerslorlu tUrariart
of tho ston wbers sry I aeUity baa bast, asvlsd
for tMiefclag and sbiM4Ia goods. Atuaust other
lraproVBiasaU In this Dart of ths buildUu e no
tleaia UrtboU rseh with -, f aU stosk of holts
systematically atran'jed in their r.-ptctive boxes
nccordliiR to fenRth and dimeter so that the hand
can bo put on a bolt of any slro Inn moment.
Another rnpk contnlus cmcli or lag screws Ar
ranged In tho same msnnsr. Cnder the rack nro
rows of boxes for holding nuls nnd screws each
nnn of which linen ounrd In front removable al
will, admlUiiicof Iho boxes l-lno elenned out
wlthont any dlfflcnlty. An adjiistnblo slide flillnn
Into each box sepi rates the hot- nnd cold-punched
nuts nnd wnshurs making In nil lA rt six compart
ments. Stiapcnded from the ceiling Is n rack for
hoso of dilTercnt varlctlei nnd sires nnd beneath it
n large packing tabic ltidtninth the table Ian
platform, with fpaco for more hnso. The count
ing room hns been enlarged nnd moro desk apneo
Iboroby secured. A lnrao dek has been plncod lu
tboceiilcrnf tho main idflco and several counters
with shelves or drawers beneath, nro arranged
almnttho store, each for (ho diaplay of a certain
lino of Roods snch ns dVy good", paints and tar
nishes, grocerlia, glass-ware, etc. On the Kwa
siilo of tho store nro foveral atnnds with rows of
drawers nnd boxes for holding saws, hammers,
hatchets, axes etc., tho top beiiiR used for display
of simples. Iho p trillion furmorly extending
tlirougli tho storo on the Kwa fido fins been re
moved nnd tho room mado much larger. Show
windows havo been put iu and when all arrango
lrients ate completed Roods will bo exhibited to
the best ndynntnRe. Nis, hinge nnd other arti
cles of hardwaroiiroarr.uined according lo size in
the siinoronnnerns the bollaiind nuts nbovoallnded
to. Convenient rackn in proper places are for hold
up different sizes of ropo anil hcltltiu In colls, tho
latter turning on adjustable pivots : llicronro nlso
racks for shovclsnnil forks, for steel bars of differ
out shnpes nnd alios nnd everything Hint can bo
dlRpIajed to ailvanlaRo for the benefit of ctisto
nieis. W Hli tho Rcnernl clcnlibiR tip, palntim tto.,
tho storo has been numb improve-.!. 'Ihisakotoh
is only a brief ono nud muoli of Interest that is
worthy of nolo has of necessity, from lack of
space, been omitted.
Tjie meetings held tinder lno management of
Messrs Hnllcubcck and Forbes, wero brought to a
clow on Sunday evening tho 13th. Thosa gehtlfl
men left for llnwnll on Wednesday by thu Like,
like. Iho attendance throughout tlio onliro so
""."iPf, 'nestings has boon meat, and tho Interest
exhibited by both foreigners nnd iintives, has been
Indeed, wonderful. On 'lhurnday evening an en
torlnlnmcnt was given nt tlio Union School House,
by Miss A. Prcecott of San Francisco. Miss
Prescolt hns been for several jenra a most success
ful teacher of elocution in Boston nud Sail Fran
cisco, and those who attended Iho onlertaliimenla
on Thursday evening, felt that Alio had thoroughly
mastered tho art. Xho programme consisted of
selections from Tennyson, Longfellow, Shake
spearo, James Sheridan, Knowles nnd whlttlcr.
Lvcry part of the programme witti well executed )
yet sHciiil mention slionldbo mado of Tennyson's
"May Queen," and tho impressivo rondorlng of
"Hamlot'M Soliloquy" and the thlid Act of "Julius
Caviar." Miss Pivscott intends visiting Honolulu
next week, for tho purpose of forming a class In
CoxsinnnAULu emoko ia still neon tocomofrom
Manna Lon. dipt. Duttoti reports that thero has
been a flow about three quarters of a nillo iu
lenRthon Hint mountain ...Steam is still eeon to
oomo from tho lluw of ltSO nnd ltldl near Hllo in a
few places.... Tho fern has commenced to show
itself iu cracks of tho lava of tho lato flow, but
tho lava is looking very btiRht and freal Thoro
nroKoveral lino caves on tho lato lava flow. 'Iho
ono where tho boantiful lavacoUIn or casket, Is a
very peculiar formation nud very boautlful. It ia
only about four and one-half miles from Hllo and
easily reached. It is hoped that no more nnraca
will bo added to thoso alroidy written thoro ns It
would detract from its boauty.... Messrs. Hnllcu
beck nnd Forbes arrived at Koliala ou Wednes
day p. in., and held n union eorvico tho uamo
evening in tiro Nntivo Church, Mr. Hnllcubcck,
however, not beii.g present, us ho needed rest, and
it was not a regularly appointed meeting. 'Ihoro
was however a very good turn out of foreigners
nud a fow natives. Ou Thursday evening thora
weto about forty foreignora, by no means tho
number thero ought to be, nud with native, tho
houso was about halfnlled. A number of tCBtl
monies wero ghen by both native's and whites. It
is hoped tho houso will bo bettor HUed the coming
Seronado to U. S. Minister Dn&gott.
Last Saturday evening, at half.past Boven o'clook,
a serenado was tendered U.S.llfnistor Daggett by
tho Youug Americans of Honolulu, and a' most
spirited and successful nlfnir It wns. A procession
of busses and hncki-, provided by Mr. James Dodd,
and crowded with Americans, formed iu lino on
lort street, and, preceded by tho Hawaiian Baud
iu one of tho largo biibscs, drovu to tho Hotel.
Sovoral torches wero carried in oacli u-liiclo nnd iu
each wns also a banner with an appropriate motto.
Among otheis, wero tho following: "A Hearty
Welcomo from Law Abiding Citizous;" "Tho Bird
iVhich no Man Can Inveiglo or Throw Salt on HU
Beautiful Tnih" "Daggett nud MiiKInloy stand bv
the Good Old ling;" "t.'ouirade-s Tried nud True:1'
Daggett nud .McKinley we.insl.eprisenutivo
Protection;" "Better Lato than Neor, but Bolter
fieterLate;" " Welcome to Our lslaud llomoi"
.. . ,.u..uu iiiueecueu lownru tue Hotel, the
baud plnjed "Marching thro' Georgia" nnd other
tllllfllftlll Fllrl, 1..1...I In II... II..1.I ... ..
uiitlnnal nlru. Arried iu tho Hotel urounils. Hint-
fttrnct nn tlm
"Star Sp ingled B.iuuor," which whs
IOllOWed llVtlir.UI Wltl-itw. ..Ilasasa -..al af.
wter: nnd nnudst luuU erf om for "Dncottl" that
Reutloiueu atcppcil out from tbo inrso crowd or
peoplo ou ttio baloouynnd Hpokolu uubstttneo nt.
"FritmU uwl rtmc Cill:ti,t:-l feel very ranch
complimented by ihiskiud welcome loyour island
home this laud of musio and of dreama-for.
coming from tho desert state I liae just left, this
hceins to mo a beautiful dream land. X know this
compliment is not intended for mo personally, but.
I foel it nil tho more, fori mow it la for Iho rcn
lescutativo of that country uuder whoso Hag fifty
millions of people hne made n homo.
"Araerio ins aro to bo found ovory whoro. It has
boeu said that when tho North Polo is discolored,
a anltco will bo found sitting nstrido of it. l do
not know how that will be, but you can rest as
sured that when it is dncovered-if.iu ft, it over
s-that iM ankces re not there, they will bo ucar
by or on their xvay there. (Cheers.) uu will find
thu American in every climcj iu the A rcllo, burning
whales, iu thu tropic, after pearls, and puah
ng hia way into new binds to iinUa uinrkst.for
his wares. He nourishes under tho cold winds of
thonoitli and tho balmy breezes of tho lalouda
of the soa, and wherever found, is an ndvocato of
tho principles of freedom. I trust that during tnv
residence among you, I will nnd that American-,
wh lo nppreclatiTig the liberal government under
which they live havo lost noue of their loia for
their liRtivn hi ul. .ri,,...., , , ,.,.. . '? tu
yonr kind wole-ime, ibid 'you good nlg'f.tf'' ',0r
Iho speech was followed byxhters. Tho Baud
next pbijed tho "Bed While and Blue," lift"? wi"h
three cheers weru given furConsul MoKinloy. Bo
lieatcd oalls were mado for Mr.MeKluley, but that
j.w... o,.,K. wr.jicurew win. next cnl ed for.
but asked to be excustu. Ho said that be was wel
known to all, nud that after listening to Mr
DggoU'sf.peech, they would not cuo to Ccarwha
ho might siiy. Three cheorswero given for thu
Doctor. .Mr. Dodd wns m xt oillcd, ii.d "temaxl to
f.&MHlff'!Vi? iwiwed threo cheers lor tlio
".Noblo Chief Kalauaua." The Hawaiian national
tho carriages were driven out with Ihelr .oval
Americans, the r ; flaming torches and ibel?annS5.
!i ySi,J'?Jl.1M' T,,u "-''" was a uuiquo ono; we
doubt if thoro was over another "xuctlyJiko It It
Politics and Prohibition.
The lnlo St ito Hepubltcau Couvoutloit lu Maine
the largest ever held In thut State, adopted a new
"plank" in the platform of tho party in the ap
proachlug election. The cunvautlou numbered
l7 delegates, whowaro from nearly every town
and plantation iuthls btatu. The nimu nttlola?
J. Woieftr with confidence and prldo to thu
general ruord of the Bepoblicau party Tn support
Win Wuolti" l""hibitloi, 'of tli. ' trnWlu
liitoxlatlug liquors, iho wisdom and ellicieucyof
which legislation iu piomotlug tho moral and
ninUTianntorost of Maine, have be"n doroon.
t Iff.,',1"" ,kU ,Uo -W tlc'" nu.S.liito ii ,r itat
tralliolu a .urb ijortlon of tho State ; nud we
favor sue h Uglalatiou and audi rnforcoi isiit of
law aa wil aeouro to every (Kirtloi, of our ter? to?v
freedom from that traiilo. We further rerim
mcridthoaubraissiot) tithe Ml of the coS
tutlonnl prohibitory niuenduiont! TO.U
En. Fats .-Ouo ot the'Sponker at tho diunw
to Gen. Comly began tu institute a oiuoaris5n
between Boatou and Honolulu. Ho might hiv
gone ou to nlludo lv that famoua Boaion Tea-party
which mado tbo Atlaitfo coast too hot for tbit
fooliah notion of taxing the Aiuerlcaiucolonlei
for tho benefit of thoEnJliah Crotiiwiitoffi
iug them a repreentat on lu tho Brltlah plrlia.
ment. ThU Houotulu dinner p,uty 'aS,fiKK
to provu fatal to u Prtt-iUo OeanVi liotUm Tfhat the
Hawaiian GoTerumeut ciuld bo aduiffistsrsd
without nur reforwieo to t deirw and uSresta
of the resident Auwl-caiu cltizwu, uu.?''
I. I'maiaus Ubm.
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