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Mil MnttU, frh.M UiiaI
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J a. Mlifr, (in., MrlMiuM, for Kaiia)
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Ai.AHfc.-A, lUIVrtAp U. S S
f,r;frrtl frtnn VirrJjn ',
(,'mvknt Cmr, Am. Imtn. Unci rt John .Manvm
(For Kaliului ) lu(Xt. is ).
Hnruhni Orr. tik C It. Itmmr Waller
Ihif l-fti. 90-95. ' Miu-kWil A. Co., aki.
IU'aikA,Am I.Vow V II Dimunii . ,ltmiII?tt
(fi KaIiuIuI,) ikiw iltie.
(LA.rjow. Hut lMAnKAMN .ClupmAn
l)uf Jan. lo-iv ( W Mat far lane & t'o., Aiit.
MuMPoiirT, Am inn JnBru Kuaa ltrniiiifA
Due (Xi, it Allen AKoUmvmi, ajjia.
I.URNriMiL, tint Lk, UttfMK . SirtoUwki
lhw Jaii. hj. 1 H UaviA A. Co., agt,
NaNAIUOiU 1 1 ADA, Am lik rONPAT ll'KRN NrUin
Hue Not to-tv UrtfkffM & Co., Ac I.
NW LATt R, NSW NlC H UHMIJIO .... HoMCft
NrwC. ATLK,NwtAm1lttn.KoRTM STAR MorfhoiiMt
lORr Hi AkRtT, Am. hk Kkvknk Mclntjre
Now due. Allen A Hotmiiou, OtitA,
IVmr (Jamri r, Am lk. Hi; una Viuta . Calhoun
I)ii Oct iyyx II MackfeM c Co., ARt.
1'nAT (Umhlr, AnL lk. Lull Makmaii
Due Nov. 5iik I-wcrA & Cookt orIa.
i'okt ttAMSLK, Aiifc. iiktue iiitovrmv IVrrtmati
Nov, a$. 11 lUcWrMft Co,, act t, I.iimtirt
Wilder d Co.
Sah Khanciko, r u.. Citv or Nkw Vork. .Colib
DuelM.lS. II llACkleM AcCa.aeiA.
Si Kkaniivo, Am. tikine I'.lla . . Itrown
Due Oct 1'VX llrcwrr K Co.. tiati.
San Franriacoi Am. liLlnc. Kurrka... iVntiallow
Due (Jet. a
San Krancihco, Am. uRtne. W. 0. Irhin. ..Turner
Due 0V. 1.5. . (. Irwin A: Co.. ACt.
San Khanumto, IUw. I.V. Kalawaua . ..Miller
Due JSov. 5-la. Nrrmeffr x (,a, aaiu
San Kmakcim.ii, r. m. . . City ok New Vork. Cobb
Due Nov 95, H, IUcVfd.1 & Co., Rgli.
San Kkancimth, n. , s, hvuz tom
Nov. 16. W (, Irwin S: Co., act.
Stdnkv, rMU Citv or Svonrv Dearborn
Not 19 II. HackfcMXt Co., astt.
Ametlean bnffaniine Con tu eld, Howard, mter. Railed
from San I ratirftco Oct. nth, at 1 . nu; had moder
ate enlea and Mronjt Ureie from N. V to until the
i8ih, IjiI, 31 jj' jg" N., In, 1 jj" 40 56" W. From
ihence to port rmdente m senile Wrere from K. N.
K, to K,, fine weal Iter. Oct. aid, at luni, Minted
ravi end of MoloVal, JteAnnc S. S. W. Xlacncllc div
lance, 40 mile. Arrived at Honolulu on the morning
of lite t id.
The Am. kch. Clau Sprecketi ii undergoing repairt
at Sorenton'ft whaif.
1Te r. m, ft. 9K City of New Voik will bo due from
San Francitco tlm r. m.
The Nor. lurk InucoAhat llrewcr .V Ca'i wharf,
discharftUit a general cargo from New York,
There wa a eel (no name given) of alwut 400 ton
loadintc at New Cattle, w, s. w,, for l)il on, Oct. 71I1.
Tlie Haw. bit, tolani U at tlie FkiUnade, discharging
the la t of her cargo. bhewUluil fur Manila about
The Am. tutk Cailarien it at Uiewer k Ca-'i wharf,
loading hloly for San FranciM 10 tail cailynexl
Our thank are due, and hertliy tendered, to Cat.
Howard, of the Contuelo, and lur MclKjnald, of
the Zealandla. for filet of late pajier.
Th li, S. S. AUika wat engaged eMrntay forenoon
In ibflling the a reck of the Niagara. For further jtar
liculari. fcee another column.
Tlie Am bittntConmelo arrived on Monday Um, 11M
iLys from San Krajicica She ha docked at the old
MAarmhip wharftodiM.harge tier cargo, and will prob
ably irium to San Francisco atmut Saturday next.
iniaieM leiHKiimm me wiecketi mtp rUzarait,
that the wheat tia neatly alt wahe out of her through
the hole made In her by the tor(edoe from the U.S.
The Am. bVfne, J V FaJkinburg arrtvexl tau Wed.
rMday frum San rrancitco U, Afaliukona, where he
discharged a (oiliou of her Cargo. Hie balanvt the 1
now discharging at lha old cuuom liotiie wharf,
11m Ambktnc, Khup arrived on Tuevlay Lut from
Tort Gamble with about ono feet of lumUr, which
the UdiMJiargingal the foot of Foit street. The Kiitap
I a fine lookup eicl and a good carrier, and it the
largest Uarkentine that hat been built on h l'acific
From S dncy and Auckland, per S. S. Ztalandia, Oct.
i. J WUIrtln, t c dry go. CI Hihrl, ft rollt
walling, 10 pkgt dry goodij Wilder X Co, ix c ellow
metal, 4 flame felting, J ctkt naili. I I'd) thect copier.
4 ltale oakum; J Wodchouw, ft pkg lawn lennit; Col
Judd, CaiAMbl. K KohUr and A W Ukhardton, 1
tkg iiuIm each; Hackfcld it Co, c aaddlei, t ic lim
rj Ml Duncan, t c tlTecli, Onter, jotktoat.
Mclnttvot Uro, 360 pkgtMigar, 55 piece pit; Urown
A Co, 5 c gin, (a C whUkey, vca wine; llollutef A
own, . 1 iwkiku, 1, vviiiuo vm. 11 r.
-o, 9 C aimana-; , iiuggms pg lutmture; A W
Hukh. 1B1 likr ftroceiiet: Av U-t, llourl Letter A:
CooWc, 103 pkg jialnu; J' Mclncniy, 7pkgtoda water
apparatu; CaMJc A Louie, uatkuicry: Union Feed
Co, 181 Ulet hay, fa tks grain, etc; M h (Jrinbaum &
Co, luo K-kt iLSur, 90 c a acker, 1 tierce hami, ft cV
wine, iy c dry good, 14 c hat. 1 c uper; M rhillio
A Co, 7 pig crockery, y tkg furniture and liouveliold
goout; i Jiacanane Uj, 13 pkg iiaklng (mwder,
vui ion wn out, ijm a iiut, 1 pig niruwue, 1 uar
Uou, 66 lie lumUr, iw k bun meal. I D Klron?.
1 bi aitb4'ft uuteiUdj, and ijjj (.kg atMKted uide Id
From Sa nFranclo. wr I A Falklnburs. 0.t. .
WiUer 4 Co, 50 bale
llder At Co. a Lal ha v. no kka turlv. ikit f.tU
khUgUt, 1 Iron Crank aitd ahaft; WO Irwin A Co. yo
UtingKt, 1 iron Crank ami anait; w ti itwm A Co,
bread, u i42t cracker: LauU & Cuoke. iA ii
pipe. 11 pkgl iioo tJreve, 9) l4gt lead. pig clamm,
II iwecct iiiiwi It F l.hlcr A Co. c drv uoudi: 1 li
Thrum, )c noiiont; HolluhUeger A Co, 1 c rubber
guikU. A W I'lerte A Co, 11 bal dink, a bale twin;
M lhitiii A Co, J c cMhlng, atf ikga furniture; II
HakreU A Co, 1 c cotton; A Krafi, 1 b thowcae;
Wing Wo Chan A Co, 13 pkg tobaccu; OrJr, 9o,ouo
For San FiancUax. ir I). C. Murrav. Oct. ai.
ll. 7DiiUar, 34J,Ujo ft l tee, ( tutict, J,)6
gal iMuUucii domMu: value, $31,760.69.
For hait FrancUco, per huci, (Kt 11. jlj.aot Bh
ftucar, I7t,gu tkc, ii,yj t paddy, 1 aJteU
ntu, wt wm iiww, ,lki i.n iMMuna. tiki a Miller,
l,96 ugarraue.pkgAUt leave; valua.S1t.1l7.84.
tor 5aa rraiKiMM, per ZcalaiidU, Oct. ft.-87,977
ijmi j 9 iii aa iwi, vi un miii water,
6it Ubtbanauat, 48 Ullttugar cane; value, $6,464.5
Fur han FrancIiCo, ir iJidv launioii. (Ki. i
(u,4i kb Migar, Ualei gat tkin, 79) dry hUe, 04
M.na twMutij mS l.7 )
From Maul And MUoLaX f Ihiu. (Kl to- Capl
JaU.ftoii. C HouXVUi, Mr Kaalolu aiwi 17 Jetk.
fc'. i 1 1 .u .-. 1 ii i.i A. . .. t
lv. Mr. UlloJiW.!. (1 1) (mth. AKUxA,, Or
KUUll. OTMIum. Ilun 0 W IMliu,( llubulll.,
IU4 ,Kui, K tlukUT SV II lUiu... A tlla. K I1
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aul Ut, C fuiKwi wk if, K S MclhiiTn. olT.
..J duUna, Un Johiikai vi chiUlun, Mr. II
Munlfuwur. L (IuiUii.C J IW.rlnr, I KoOiui, W
w f .v.o. o)ii, j u MlWwooJ, ' r llHutt.
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lfthn.n. ,fn. . IHt. wtft diNl.hU.I, MM r JIU,
K MmA'ph n.l wife K II AlMn. I lrU Im IIH
l.m. Mr C . M II M.itiMiftiiii Mri lf. J !.
W Im mll. It M Kirf, ( Klmtmfcy, A II Hmhli I
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AfhliwfviirH. N Hnn.lU, 'H I hH Inn, Mr lUnth
In. A tfMc. K A Mvf. (i Itftrwn n1 m(Ii
1 1 Hun I ntnivn. nmf I MutMy. ih ii Mr
ItthtMrtt, Mn Nml, Mr Mmthv, (r SU, Um
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Wt l,nn, Mr An.) Mr Mill. ( II Mil, Mi Mil
tl, II K
II lirmn, ' M l "'" "' "'. J " "in
l.mrl, I V Kai., N 'Ihw.fM, II U-nn, It Kaow.
Ally, lufr i, iJiiitH On. V, In, A Morgan, I J IUnnMyt
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iM jimav.wlf. itlitMrtiPmlrAi(, AlrV ltfy
Ami Arm, t r I (' IrAtUU, H I Anilnttrwff, C Mwlt,MU
HI Hm1I. I AlHmuA, J AtWrman, W II IMm,
l Af.1 lltitifiwt nif Ami mm, Ml 1 k limy, O I Hhli
mn, II V Hlimfi ml t(ff, I It Hi tUmMrt, ( I'.
WIIHAtm, Ml I (tiiniUn, Mm (.mm, lofVn ll
ml Uf. V H HritrM, M I Iptwtrt Ahl tMfcltffl. I
MhIIm. A II ll'rtMttlon, II H.iaa, lNH-r. MiM Nfll
mm, O I) Allm, Mr lUrt. j k-I.W, ) lli.l, Mr l
f Nwr, ,MrA UlAfn Ami ilitMrrti.
In Molokal Ami Mah), ir IImia, (kl n A Untm,
Ami it ifWV
lur Kmul, rf ( K IIWIhiii, CM j O N Wllrm,
J I. IthKlfll, II Jam?, (Kmt I kAmi, nml ilnk.
I KaIimIhL r KUauati llmi, (kl tj W (.m
tmi.lj I It f II. I' IWintii M J Miulran, MraMmt
linn ml tlnlilifii, Mi lMvlifii, ( I llujl, K I
Wilier, Mr Ktiilirltnl, Mit Hnr ami chiMrtn, Mr
Hlumm Ami jf fl.
Kid Wltdtwanl U, r m-a!amI, Oct, ;-(1 V
Nmtmi, II M Uliiinrr. J I) I'nf 1, If, W II CuminlnsA.
I'AtMr U')U, S I tuti'li. j Wlimlri, ( Iia nn,., if
Mclean. It Vim llnli, (i IMltrvm, V. Mrltiety lfi
RmliMM, ju.U HnA.ill, WC Van llurfii. MIm Ma
Diifla, ami mun fyi ilrk
lor San IrAfufwo. r Ijly lAmvii, Oil 4 I'our
CmiMil niff i, fnim lli wire V of h NbttfarM
lor 1'iitfiA, ( al fr I.va, ()( f Mr Hottrr,
Mil J llantin.
MakakI' In tliii riiy Ocl lU'l, to lli ife rf I),
ManAliii, of lh n)t olTice, a kmi.
11 lliUciiv. nt itie I Ml ir 1 Cliniih.
(M. siM, liy lUv S, C l)4in-Mi, l' W Joril.ni uf
litttliilu. nml A In ('. I.. nf New Votk
tUCKI'.H lir.KIII'.Kr In Ihli city, at ili St
(I. Iiukrr Ami (.bra f llf rUtl. l-'th i.f llm.luNi
.NlcKrAllUI' III.I.IOKI) At llreli, (Wm. (Vt. ;,
liy Ktv, AI.imlfr MAtVinlmli, Jtolirrl AlciAmlff.
ftmcf UiWrt MtKfajtiif, i.f .Snutivillf, Cat,) aihi
XlaryAnn llrlftiril, of (1 onion, lllinoK
Uvan- In thl rilv Oct iim. of cniMiniiition, F. II.
U)an, of .MArilvlfle. Cahfornl.i, agrd aUiiii earft.
COVINCION InthUcliy, Oct ajih, Kklwml Cov.
Kifftmi, aan t jrar.
DUNSCOMIir. -Inthi city, (Kl. ant. Mary Jane,
wife of llward DunMrntnlx, nimilve of Dutilm, Ire
land, aoetl it eart.
in thl city, uct ant, 01 romumtiiion, 1 11
1 native of Marville, Cala., ageil nlxmt 30
SATUUDAY, OCTODHR 18, i8fl.
77? A'ill' UQUOR LAW H'OKA'fNCS.
The wotMni; ofllic recently cnacldl law,
nnUnj; tlie uirchase of inioticatini; liiuors liy
native llaw.iii.iMi free, sa far as any jjimm!
moral cllcct ii concerned, proves a failure.
Under it, itrmikcnncvi has liecomc rampant ;
and a large majority of the criminal cases daily
trior before the police court, are cither medi
ately or immediately dependent upon the almw
of rum. Domestic brawls and uifc-licntini;
and street fights have become common as a
consequence, and natives allured by the at
tractions of the bar-room, arc devoting much
of their money to the purchase of rum uliicli
should go for food and necessary domestic
comforts. Itcportt which have been presented
by the committee on Tcmicrancc, for consid
eration by the Young .Men's Christian Associa
tion in which the working ol the Liquor Law
has been fousidcreil, give a bad showing in-
Iccil. According to statistics being gathered
together, it apieais that butchers, with whom
trade lias Iwcn chiefly among natisc customers,
now complain that their sales base been re
duced to at least a third since the operation of
the law ; while the same is said to be the case
with the fishmongers and restaurant keepers
w ho has e depended mostly upon native cus
tom. Other trades icoplc are doubtless suf
fering, in consequence, an abnormal diminution
in their sales of wares ; the rum-shops only
Talking the other day to an intelligent )oung
Hawaiian mechanic, he remarked : " Although
I indulge in the moderate use of liquor myself,
and although I did once advocate the right of
the native to use liquor, and Insisted on his
ability to use it without abuse, I now acknowl
edge my error, and am sorry the tabu wascscr
removed. Since the law- has liecn removed,
the ncighlurlmod aliout my dwelling has been
turned from a condition of peace and quiet,
into a perfect pandemonium, where nightly
brawling and disgusting orgies have become
the order." Converging the other day with a
phjsician, he remarked that he had seen the
second case of lock-jaw among natives since
his sojourn on the i.lands. He said that he
could do nothing for the man, as cscrvlxxly on
the premises was in a state of beastly intoxi
cation, and unable to assut linn in the least.
Wc have licen informed that the calendar of
the circuit court, to lie held at Waimea, on
Hawaii in November next, contains a larger
numlicr of criminal cases tlian has ever licforc
licen known ; and these arc said to be nearly
alia result of drink.
In the face of all this, however, there arc
men who dclilicratcly assert, that, though
travelling the streets rcguhrly escryday, Ihcy
have not seen a drunken native since ihc re
striction has been removed. The Police court
records too have been referred to as suporting
the allegation, that tirt hat hen w iiuitasi
eJruiiktHHtii titxt tkt nnmul eftht lata.
Krnm personal inspection of these records, how
ever, c know thai such Unot the case Thtrt
art non to HinJ at I host wit will not ttt I
The organ oflhc Government, the '. C. A.,
lias admitted the deplorable state of affairs tin
der the new law ; but indulges the hope that
tlie condition now wen is but the trmjiorary
effects of a sudden enfranchisement from long
continual restrictions, and suggests the insti
tuting of "counter attractions," at a remedy
to the evils rehearsed Heller to dig out, tool
and branch, a deadly tree than lo keep an ex
pensive gardener lo uim off Its extending
limbs. It is not lo lie cxiccted that the
'. C. A. should see any blame attaching to
the executive in the matter, but how doc the
case actually picsent Itself to honest thinking
men? The "five liquor bill" is known to have
been a product of the pell of n officer of the
present cabinet, although introduced by a na
tive representative. This minUtiv, through
their organ, tlie I'. C. A., have boasted oflheir
ability to control the voles of the legishluie
by whom this law was passed, and by vthoin
an act of total prohibition, brought forward by
Mi, Kice at thvt suggestion and under the aus
picict of the I'lantetV Association, was voted
down. And if any evil licfilU the country, as
a consequence of this law, la the King', Cab
inet properly belongs the blame, anj no subtle
ty of reasoning can make it otherwise. It was
(de-aded It) Ululf of this law, that natives
could, and did, get all the liquor ihcy could
pay for, (tlictly hum Chinese vendors j that
those vendors were a numerous trilw, that in
the cvefll'-of the passage oflhc Liquot Jlill,
'i, - J t M
r,ciiutr i t s'tk a nwre lffiiii '
mrannif IImIUkjh"!, ami himiM lliiw 1jj j
mm iif Aulinn llic nl filtier lnlu
Irul fnlfrml-i of tin-Mmidi, Hut, the Idea
ifeiiilni; tntli an etll, anil acemnpllslil'iK
linler iwlt by inchhllng the Chlnew In tr
irlrtkins wlileli alicady eslilol In iffrifnee In
thf iHllvr, was likel tiHn with illsUtrr by
tbr inliil.tiy IT II was Mini Ihsl lutal pin
lilbltbm wmild bilng Inoiiiuch nprltliin from
lli' slrrnii; rlemenl of Kiirnmiit and Anierl
nn In mil rninmunlly, critalnly mch analt.r
rMitlte wtwild hive bren lietbr linn the due rr
mini In Id rnie Ihr nolnilmis rvll. 'Ihc
inlnlsliy flnlinnl In hate lucn able n tatty
Iht tint Ihry did cany It i, in fivor of
"1'ire I.lqmir," and ngnlii! pinhlblllon
A mrinlier nf llie pirsrlil ntblnel, wim lime
Inee, when elrflnl In icptcvnl the ienplc nf
Iihslm, nnre irtiiiiknl In the House, when
di-iiwliii' llie lltiitr autilhn, limit A lavs
which rtMild not be rnfnicril was a disgrace In
the statute Inik and slmtild lie leprnlnli (hat
It cimlil trnil no other way Ilun to bilng the
esrenllvp lulnnmtrmpt. If uh Is a pnnl
linn gftii-ially nppllralile, lh rslsllng law, as
at I'lrxnl coniliicleil, ran bilng lilllr glniy tn
Ihr ptrseiit fireullie, for hiMrhc nf It ore nn
tnilniis aiidnniimnii. Many diiinkrn ienplc
on the Meets, HhlcMthey In.' finelgnen, flic
allowed In go unmnlrstiil t and (i(rcin1eis
against law and outer al night, niiilniithc pub
tic highway, after li.ivilig Imcii Interviewed by
the mllcr, have been quietly told to i;n home,
Ihr icawin nwlgued fm not arrrsllng oireiidcrs,
lielng In certain rase that they had already
got punishment enough frnm each other. Wc
are nut Ihc executive, bill such occurences as
these have frequently licen presented tn in,
without seiklng for or spying llicm out. What
then Is that executive wnith who, being paid
fur attending In these things Is so giossly neg
ligent of Its manifest duty as tn be blind In
iK'ciuicncea which they nie paid tn hunt down
nml csise, when Ihcy arc so plain as In pic
sent themselves unsought In any nliscrser?
The refreshment saloons, whose patronage
is chiclly from the natives, find their receipts
greatly diminished, l-'mplovcrsof native laUir,
like the draymen, carriage drivers, and such,
find drunkenness increasing in numerous In
stances. Men that have been sober for years,
have drunk to excess, arc cither unfit for lalmr
or quit work for days nt a time. Native
masleis of vessels and the crcwiare, al limes,
so drunk that vessels cannot leave (Hirl, or If a
vessel does leave, owners and friends have
greal anxiety, lest they have some fearful loss
of life anil properly, with captain or seamen
under the influence of liquor. And so, one
kind of cmplnvmciit after another will cease to
beoieii to Ilaw.ili.ms because they can not be
United, and wc may have Chinese sailors nn
on i inter-island cnastcrs, Chinese draymen and
drivers. The mor native will drop down Into
n shiftless degraded vagationd. A professional
man, who has much to do with natives every
day, vijs that, while formerly it was the rule
that no native under the influence of liquor
ever came into his office, now the fact is that
every native who comes has been drinking
liquor. In Iwlh of the native churches this
week there have bem sad cases of loss of good
name and church vivilegcs from gross intoxi
cation ami attendant wickedness. The results
so far of the new liquor law are only evil not
one good result can lie mentioned. One pro
fessed object of the law was to secure pure un
adulterated liquor, but the vilest stuff is sold,
and there is no government official tn prevent
it by analysis, trial and punishment. Curses
loud and deep must accumulate on the head of
whoever is in any way responsible for the in
troduction and enactment of this law.
AMERICAN DUTIES ON SUGAR.
Our readers arc probably aware that the
"TarifT Commission" appointed by President
Arthur, arc now in session investigating Ihe
operation of the high duties under the present
tariff, with nview to their reduction where it
can lie effected with advantage. Among these
are the duties on sugar, which, as an article
largely consumed by all classes, it is pmjioscd
to reduce to the uniform rate of two tills per
pound, for every pound that will polarize ICO.
Il now seems probable that Ihe change will be
made, as the people are calling loudly for it.
Should it lie effected, it will help very much to
ensure the indefinite continuance of our treaty,
as the loss of revenue under it would be re
duced largely, perhaps one-half. The follow
ing rcmrt of the argument made by one of the
New Vork merchants licforc Ihc commission
ers, w ill be read with interest, as furnishing
the liasis of ihc proxsed change in the rate of
duties on sugars, and the mode of assessing
"At ihc afternoon session of the commission
Mr. Danford Knnwlton, of New Vork, ob
tained a hearing on the sugar question. He
presumed the sugar refiners and inqxirters
who would come before the commission would
be in favor of reducing the duty on sugar,
while the sugar growers of Louisiana w ould
consider the present duty loo low. Hut an ar
ticle which enters into the consumption of
every man, woman ami child was taxed too
high when taxed as sugar is t lietwccn sixty
and seventy per cent aJxwhitm, while articles
of luxury were not taxed so much. What he
particularly wished to present was his views as
to Ihe proper method of levying the duty. He
detailed the dispute lietwccn the importers and
lit; (lovernment as to the order of the secre
tary of the treasury, changing the mode of de
termining the value of sugar from the Dutch
standard to the io!ariscope the HVsition taken
by the hnturtcrs lieing that the secretary was
not authorised to set aside the terms of the
law. Tlie matter had ended in the supreme
court ovcr-iuling the secretary and sustaining
Nevertheless, he asked that the duty should
be levied on the iolariscope test, which would
beat once Uitli specific and ad wihitm on
home valuations. The polarlscope was an in
strument by which the crsstalicahlc quality of
sugar was determined with Ihe greatest ac
accuracy. It was applied today in collecting
the sugar tax in 1'rance. He proposed a fixed
or scific duty of two cents a pound on all
sugar, mctada, concentrated mclada, or other
saccharine sviupsj and that a dutiable pound
of sugar shall be decmol a Jmund of too of
cr) statutable sugar, as shown by direct Klari
scniic lest, in the condition In which it is lm-
nuitcd. The commUsIon ininlit make the dulv
three cents a nmd to please the people of
lutsiana, or one cent a xund to please the
consumers of sugar; but he took two cents a
pound as the test, and would show by an illus
tration how easily the duty could Iw calculated t
too uundi of sugar, polariring loo would pay
a duly of $2 ! loopoimds, maiiiing 99, would
pay $1.9$ 1 ICO iounds nlariIng 9V, would
siy 1.96, and so on, Hach degree lot of po
larisation would reduce the dutyon loo jwuruls
of sugar two cents. In reply to questions, he
stated Out in Ihc uUriscopc tests made by the
Government under Secretary Sherman's clicu
lar order and those made by his own testers,
Iheie was the scry slightest deviation. They
always agreed within the half of one point.
"Speaking for the consumer he, said Kifly
two million of people have greater inteiests
that fifteen or eighteen lefiner of sugar all
thai there aic In Ihe United States to-day, Hy
the system suggested icrineit would be pUcvd
on a satiiy with the English refiners. Our re
finers would pay an aj wthrtut duty on nvv
sugar, The Knglish rcfincta get theirs free
of duly. If the English refuses do not luAcr
(ntm tlie Inlrfuluctlon nf iht lijjhlir txwtMtf
our Amctiom itfintu ncl nM Imvc any ap
piehemion on Out int l'rcpt hoc have
litn ctlucdlnl In it, flllhouRh Ihc vmidlmei
et lerrlMjr chculnl, hrau iom of lh mir
which otmt frnm the irhnrry i8or io Dutch
utrtixlar.l, will nul KUtlre ff H5 or 86.
't hh l (twin,; to I he m.mncr of miking. It U
thr romt or tMnl rIiict oflhc refinery, a
njtoniljr trniM, rtnl the ili(irrl vt;.ir a man can
Inly. It It fsnlttil differ, iwif, (Jluvrv f un
itmililnlty niiic! with '"j;nft mainly with vfl
fttir. It f niAilr hy hi iitc of ftuthhtirfe acM
rttut nnc lhat atilthiirle acM U mlnRtcit wilh
thr mum In prinluclnR ulucme from corn, It
ran nctrr lr fully rlEmliiAtrtl 1 he hlgha ihr
iluly on iniH)ilft iHan, lite Riralrr will !
lite tfmptatl'iti lo adullcrale them find the
inotr ;hifmr? will tV mlxnl with nifpr Votl
enn ticnrcrly luy In the city of New Vork A
Inure) of ftiir-houic lyritjt lint U hot mtitil
with glucou, 'Ihcy arc iuIiir Itniurnvc uan
titlwof It w
run i'lanters' memorial
The mcmnii.il addicwd lotlie King, slgniil
by a chosen committee nf nine planted, trpic
settling and lucked by neatly one bundled
plantation!, is n document lint may well claim
n place In the nget nf llawnllm history. The
inemiiiial conveyed In the King Ihc mind of
Ihe planleit rrgatdlng Ihc piesent willtleal
situation and their lack nf confidence In Ihe
piesenl ministry, 'there arc none more In
Icieslnl in the wclf.nr nf Ihe country than
tiny 1 none have more nt stake and none
would be less likely In advise any measure
lli.it would be lUtiimenlal In the inleiest of
Ihe kingdom. As a class there arc none mine
intelligent In Ihc countiy, The majority aic
caicful, calculating business men, and take no
step thai lliey have lint first well considered.
They represent a large portion of the capital
of the country, and II Is to their Interest tn
recommend on net that would jenpaidirc Ihc
Industry or Industrie In which Ihcy nrc en
gaged, and n the Interests nfthe Government
mid the individual arc identical, any such
unanimous expression emanating from such a
body should receive Ihc most careful consider
ation. The memorial carries double weight from
the fact that il voices the opinion nf nearly
every resident of Hawaii .icl nf whatever color,
nationality or calling, as must lie apparent lo
everyone who reads ihc local papers. The
native mass-iuceting at Kaw.ii.ih.io church last
Monday evening, at which resolutions heartily
supporting the attitude of the memorial were
adopted, Is further evidence that the same feel
ing everywhere prevails. Never liefnrc has
there been so much dissatisfaction expressed
and never ha there been so much lo call It
forth. Ami never before has the will of the
people, who are the government, when made
manifest, been treated with such contempt. It
is but another proof thai the government is
liecomiiig autocratic when the governors give
no heed to the voice of the governed, when the
servants whom the people have chosen to
power treat with scorn the wishes of their
masters and apioint, to execute the laws, men
for whom they have neither respect nor confi
dence. Actions akin lo these have more than
once licen the cause of trouble in the world's
history and history lias often repeated itself.
Hut if this memorial from the planters re
ceive no further consideration from the King,
it will still have accomplished something, The
will of the people has liecn made known and
every responsibility now rests with the King.
Should Ihc present nnXipular ministry lie
kept in power, in spite oflhc'wish of so largca
majority to the contrary, and continue in the
course they seem to have marked out for them
selves, we cannot answer as to the safety of
the nation in the stormy future. Hut if de
st ruction overtake us King Kalakaua and King
Kalakaua alone must answer for the result of
the arbitrary course which he persists in pur
suing. CURSESGONG HOME TO ROOST.
Mr. W. M. Gibson with his characteristic
inability of telling the truth, has in a criticism
oflhc memorial of the committee of the
Planters' Company to the King, published in
the Eltlt for the 25th October, 18S2, made the
following purjiortcd quotation from the memo
rial, "nokou liana ole dike me ko makou
makeinake, nolaila, kc laiwha aku nci makou
ia oc, ano I li hana oc c like me ka makou
c lauoha aku nci 1" which reads in Knglish
something as follows : "As you have not
done as wc desire, therefore wc commanJ you
immtJialtfy I tliat you do as wc have herein
tommaiidttt 7" This is preceded by a Gibsonian
tirade against the planters for alleged imjierti
ncnt and discourteous treatment of the King,
and is followed by a Gibsonian appeal to Oyt
Hawaiian! I from Hawaii to Niihau. The
writer, apparently influenced by his former
sacerdotal experiences, closes his effort witli a
kind of ecclesiastic curse hurled after the
planters, something after the style of the bishop
of Khcims in his historic anathema of the jack
daw who had stolen his ring.
It remains for us to say that not only did
Ihc memorial contain no sucli words or any
words to any similar effect ; but that Mr. Gib
son in the memorial to the King drafted by
himself in 1 876, upon the necessity of immigra
tion, used the following language : " Pardon
us, sire, when we say that this must be done.
That is to say, the intelligence of the civilized
world will require it. The only ground for
acquicscnce in tlie self-government of this
mere nominal state will be in the earnest pur
suit by its'rulcr and people of a policy for self
preservation, etc." Hy which wc perceive that
while this struggling official has failed in bring
ing home to the Planters' Company the charge
of discourtesy to the King, he has abundantly
succeeded in condemning himself of it, and
his curse must thereby be conqielled to go
home lo roost.
THE NATIl'E MEETING.
The '. C. A, professes to be jubilant over
what it is pleased lo style tkt faiturt of Ihe
mass-meeting assembled at Kawalahao Church
on the evening of Monday last, That such a
feeling, however, is fieigned, is but a reason
able Inference from what actually took place
at the meeting and must Ise entertained by any
intelligent jcrson who might have licen pre
sent and who Is capable of comprehending the
actual state of the imlitlcal situation, lieing
thus far conversant with the matter, however,
il is scry easy to comprehend Ihat the attempt
made by the paper referred to to slur the
character and standing of the meeting, Is tut
a desperate effort at bluff, plainly attributable
lo its own knowledge of the Intrinsic weakness
of the cause it has so long but so unsucccs
fully sought by cscry means lo sustain. The
attempt to pas the subject over with ridicule
I too thin.
That the meeting was not a large one we
admit 1 but In this fact lies Ihe reason that
the government jsaity were able to lioast of so
laigc a proportionate representation as it did,
1 1 it easy to understand that by a little mani
pulation (which was doubtless recoiled lo In
this case) a hundred or more followers, drawn
from among soldiers and other government
cmplovets, ami the retainer of the palace,
could Iw gotten together on any special occa
sion, especially when led by a Mini cr of the
Crown. Hut tbr proportion of follower woukl
sloubtlc have been Lata had Ihe meeting been
larger. The bail state of the wtat)tt)r, and the
very prevalent Uipwtlua Ihat the uwetUw
waitohavo been pisilponeil, wm Mtusigb to
account fol the limited attendance and tn tliesr'
fortiiitrmt circumstance, are mainly iWing llie
rrsnluof which Ihe ' (. A arvlthe Eltlt arc
so boastful, Hut anr nnr ran Very readily
Imagine Ihe strength of a eni lhat rtecilnl tn
end a Mlnlstei r.fllie King's C.'ahlnrt as tkt
Ititiltr, fm Ihr wtnyu; of btraklng up a
rcsirctaliM mrellng, the objrcls nf which wa
I Kith Iswful and pioprr. Common decency
should have foi bidden any micIi officer to iar
tlclptile In a meeting of that tialuie, I nit the
gentlAun if fcirnl In lias, on more Instance
Ihan one, shown Ills ullrr ilisirgird for lint
very neceMry Ingredient of a gentleman,
Notwithstanding, however, lint Ihe Minis
terial mob, at Ihe lick nf Iheli leader matched
mil In a lnly and crealnl a illstutlxincc by
hooting and shouting In Ihr door and lialf
ways, Ihe meeting proceeded ileliUutcly wllh
the limine Ihry had crime Ingeth'r lo tran
sact I they (Kissed their resolution ami ap
(minted a committee In present tlirm, l
spoke well fur the mit of (lie meeting which
remained, Ihat thru; wis no actual breach of
the ieare, for Ihr provocation was gretil, arid
ierhai may have Imcii ilmlgnril for aucli a
lender, and with such a following, it would be
difliciill tn estimate Ihr possihllilim, and
wheic the government lirglns such a Ihlng do
Ihcy calculate the end t
On Thursday, the ifitli Inst,, the committee
waited nn Ihe King and ptcncntrtl the serle of
resolution can led, 'I hey were graciously re
ccivrd by Ihe King, who was attended by Mr,
(iltnnni the matter was plumbed his considci
nlinn, ami would tie replied In by his minister.
THINGS ll'SE AN J) OTHERWISE,
U the King tn be anointed with tocMitiit
ollt Some may recall Ihc lq;end of Kawtlo,
which they heard recited last week,
The Eltlt this week, published a libald sup
plement containing atniird aits, and exclu
sively devoted to ridiculing Ihe result oflhc
inass-iiiecting. We understand that It took
well among Ihc native customers of Ihe Koval
and I'mpirc saloons,
The Kohlcr Hrolhers look with Ihcm to the
coast aphotographnfMr, Gilnon, In l-'riscothcy
proi kisc In have a wax figure made and after
exhibiting the celebrated Kilillco, ecclesiastic
phenomenon of Hawaii, disKxc of him at
To the taunt of "fijile" and "failure" of
Ihc meeting nn Monday last, we can truly say
that il was the most ignominious "firzlc" In
overthrow a meeting we ever attended, and
the "failure" of the "Palace nrty" to do so
resulted from the same cause that characterizes
many of their actions, vizi over confidence in
Mr. Mahclona, the day after Ihe mass meet
ing, lushing frantically in the palace, requested
an immediate audience of His Majesty. The
King apiearcd and to his enquiry as to what
was wanted, broke out with the ejaculation :
" Don't receive the committee of thirteen ;
they are bad people!" Of course Mr. Malic
lonodoes not wish to curry favor; but it
would lie difficult to say positively whether or
not he had ever heard of the Order of I loo
pilimcaai. Consiilcring the short notice, threatening
weather, and want of recognized leaders of
ability to cope with such a speaker as Mr,
Koai, the growing native opposition party arc
to be congratulated on the success of their" first
meeting of last Monday evening, which it is
hoped will lie followed by similar ones in va
rious districts. If, as is said, their memorials
and petitions will have no weight with the
King, it cannot lie said that the inevitable re
sult of ruin that must surely follow the present
suicidal xlicy of the government, thai we
brought it on ourselves. These petitions are lie-
fore the country and the world as so many
protests, Ihc neglect of which affixes the vole
responsibility with the King and his advisers.
Wc realized yesterday the kindness of our
Premier-Minister of Foreign Affairs-I'residcnt
oflhc Hoard of Health in providing that diver
sion of naval practice for our restless, discon
tented populace. It gave them something to
think of, among which was the atbitraty ruling
that would take the wreck of the Niagra out
of the hands of its purchaser who had made
his arrangements for selling off a twcnty-ftiund
charge each of giant powder in the fore icak
and in the run, on the 25th; which would have
completely blown out lsoth ends of the ship
and accomplished the desired aim of cleaning
her of her foul cargo. There would have been
no opportunity however in this for diplomatic
rcd-lapcism, nor naval display.
JOSEPH COON'S ADDRESS IN PORT
A full house gathered last Sunday evening to
hear this distinguished lecturer. It was a rep
resentative audience, too, such as could not be
seen in any other place than Honolulu, with its
cosmopolitan community. It was a rare op
sortunity, and all clascs were ready to enjoy it.
Uusiness men and planters, lawyers and clergy
men, Ihe devout and the unbeliever, the
cultured and the illiterate, the savant and the
sailor old and young it was a most promis
cuous assembly. The lecturer appeared, satchel
in hand, for the ZtalanJia was to sail at nine
o'clock, and minutes were precious. He had
made such engagements for the winter that all
the time he could spend at Ihe Islands was Ihe
few hours that the steamer remained in port.
Our citiicns generally, and especially his col
lege classmate, Chief Justice Judd, were greatly
disappointed at the brief stay he had allowed
himself, )et thankful for the readiness with
which he complied with the Invitations to de
liver an address on some of the themes with
which ) cars of study had made him familiar,
In appearance, Mr, Cook is far from lieing
the typical student. Instead of a spare, slight
form, with Ihe scholarly stoop and spcctarle-
shaded eyes, there stood on the platform a
stout, strongly built man, of Jarge brain and
nervous activity, of open face and tlorid com
plexion. In delivering his address, the lec
turer spoke much of the time with closes)
eyes, a if talking in a monologue and recalling
words and phrases In which his thinking had
been emlalmetl, rather than as one holding
diicct converse with his audience and thinking,
moment by moment, of what he was to say and
il effect on his hearers. The address was de
livered In a loud, ringing voice, with hi head
thrown back, as if a champion of a noble cause.
The thoughts and sentiments were as the dash
ing of blades on the battle-field and the clarion
tones of the trumpet rather than like an organ
I plived by some master hand, and with its sweet
tones or quivering naruiuiiic reaming uic
depths of feeling in Ihe soul.
Matt. l6tj was read as a text ami the sub
ject chosen, though not named, was evidently
"The signs of the Tiiiics. "
"In life," said the iscaker, "there Is noih.
ing so much worth living for a death," and
then proceeded to iuiiress upon his hearer a
the first significant Uct In human experience,
the exceeding luevity of life, 130,000 working
hour al sunt. When Ihe last hour come will
it fiad Ht at peace with our Maker, or out of
sympathy wUn ''''"' M U,C uctn lelir
cred bom ihc love of sin, have we been dcliv
Mtl tltobosn the guilt of sin? This can only
be tluonsjk Use mean God hat pros Idol,
Iht'iiflh ike sstonement ruatlc by Jeu Christ.
All over tlie otld Ihe speaker hiiljfouftil such
deliverance lo 1 humanity's crying need, and
Ihr fulfilment of serljKuie prophecy In regard
to salvation by Jews t hilit Ihe standing mlra
clr of the present llinr. In 1800, In Ihe Unl
ll Stair only one In fiftren of Ihe Inhabitant
sa a member of a I'rolestant evangelical
chinch, now one In five.
Passing on In the second main division of
hit addle, "The National Slgmofllienm'"
Ihr sieakrr tald that religion In llie Individual
meruit! of every nation was the fundamental
requisite lo national prosperity, and then
launched some minted questions at hi audi
ence fur Idem in amwer, profrsslng hlmsrlf in
have always had a deep Interest In thr slory of
christian work in these Island lul wrvinall
unacquainted with its methods or irttilu, lias
Ihe native churches maintained thrrnselve?
1 llie government of these Islands undrr llie
government nf Christian principle? li lmt
lirw, education, sorlal llfr, prornulgatnl with
ihe Christian tjilrit? Not In any reciprocity
treaty) not In the dignity of any mlltleal ceie
rnonlal will Ihe honor ami prnieilly of thl
Hawaiian kingdom lie attuicd, but In Ihe obe
dience of king and )-opte In God' govern
ment of truth ami rlghtrousne.
Then riling In higher thought and taking
broader view of life and truth, the speaker
said Ihat we must reganl oursrlvr a citizens
In the Ihcieracy of Ihe universe. When llurke,
In hi addle In the Knglish Parliament, look
up tome high theme of political duty that yet
had a broader reach and a wider outlook than
English citbamdilp, he wa accustomed In tay
mriiim tenia. Lift up your hearts. One sign
of our tliru-s, Is Ihat now there aie no foreign
lands. In everycountry Christianity Isal home.
The rapidity of It advance I Ihe colosal fact
of our limes. Spacing Ihe eighteen christian
centuries, ihe religion of Christ gained in the
last three centuries as many a il did In Ihe fif
teen previous, and twice a many in the last
eighty year a It did In those three centuries
after the leformalion. Another sign Is that
vulgar infidelity has made advances loo In
audacity and infamy. It must lie judged by
Its heroes. To-day ihc Infidels of America are
busying Ihemselve almul wlial? Trying In
secure a change in lheiostal law of the United
Slates, which forbids sending obscene rniblica.
lion through the mall. Vulgar infidelity is
cutting its own throat. And cultured infidelity,
what of thai? Historical science has ilisrned
of Ihc latest theory designed to account for the
origin of x y as coining in vmie other way than
by supernatural revolution. Strauss' mythical
theory, even by the admission of its author, is
dead, for the researches of scholars have
closed up Ihe supimscd.gap lietwccn the time
of the crucifixion and the first authentic chris
tian literature, and the shutting of the shears
of historical science has cut off the slender
thread on which the theory hung. There is
no I So years, as Strauss said, nor any time at
all for myths ami legends to rise and transform
fact into fable. And physiological science is
discrsing of materialism, making it clear that
life is more than organization ; the weaver must
be Izefore the web, and death docs not end all.
The lecturer closed with reciting his person
al creed, and with a prayer of consecration, in
which all were asked to unite. Then taking
the carriage in waiting drove rapidly to the
steamer, and was gone.
trr fr REWARD !-Slden from mvSlort,
vPjjwO.WV. 89 Nuuaziu street, on the night bf
uctotier irtn, issa, six rueces&i atnpeu liea.lKfcine,
comai'iing shout 3Cs Sards. The above lewaid will be
paid for such information as .ill lead to the conviction
of tlie thief or thieves. All I
Oct. a), 1II1. irj-4"
109 King streetf
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
etc, etc etc,
a Urge itoclt of which U conuantly on hand, enaU.ng
me, on hort notice, to fio'iah cotueec and
building of every detention, in a
thorough ana Morkmanlile
Jobbing of all kinds promptly tlon.
and at low prices.
HAND AND SCROLL SAWING
at all times.
Machine work of all kind.
UJACK SCREWS AND ROLLERS KEPT ON
With competent wocltmen, the promp and fathful cie-
cut Ion of all order tniruued lo me, 1 hope to
merit and receive a fair ahare of the
Rememlxr the place, No. 109 King Ureet, opposite
C R. Uthopft rciidencc.
Telephone it a.
A Fair In aid of
St. XouU CoUc,
will U hU on the ARMSTRONG PREMISES,
adjoining the rttidence of Hi Eceilency
Gov, IominU, on th
rth of NOVKM HER, iSSj ; alo, a GRAND LUAU,
on the foUowin day.
Donation will be thanVfulty received by the ladie
aIU M, Wtdtmann,
Mr. J, A. Rodanct.
Mr. IL &!acfartah, Mr, a WalUr.
MU Acne A)tett will rci for iht Hawaiian lable.
AdavlssfJon 50 oontav
Chlldenhalf pttcc. nr
T HOPP ft Co., 74 King UiMt,
Evrjr tiaaorlpUoB of Fmrmltmr.
To thi LadiksI Titmminn, Taiwti, Ginpa, Sli
Cord-in every hade iSuloc h reuutlfd,
tvrd, lihed and mad tual la
new, Matt re rmad aAd
cleaned at khott
W art noted fcr dttsUu work ao4 moderate
TvURlNrt my aUeoce from lU lCindja, Mr
J FK.VSK M. HArCHwUIrulUctlUrehtidiM
rruttt all vny Utonzui; to Mr. Nannia R. Urf,
and !a aaVe ! of tattle fiom Kanauhe etai.
n-w P, a jONtb, Jr,
Httnolvjla, Oct. aa, ill.
NOriCEOF niSSOLiniON OF CO-PARr-iierhtivI'W
cpitier)u( lWritjr eatam
lviwcn ihe undrwrMrd. bwdr the ira imam ca
NA IRUIT PRtSKRVINU CO.-, U ihi da
ulvti bv UUltLtl ClMUf ut.
'IlMbuuocs will UcuUiAued by Mr, J D. ACK
ERMAN, oq bi own axwui.
All 44q acvvuot with ib tale ftrm wUl b MltUl bo
Mr. J. I). AUutuao, bnal bv
I. U ACKERMAN.
Kona, Hawaii, Gxx It, W. iim
WsSaltsssiU mMm WH Mnwsw, TOURING ir -. ik KUfJm, Mj. , LH
- V Zl rut K I &rt?m"' &JO,Ufci. SINGLE ANl sXIUULK HARNKSft-'UsJ. j. V
rtvwl ruvsUfls fiv r&vsrofj. anj Awnka vvtskk . irsH
vvssl E. fc44 a lis U.s uil. zm. lf OTtC.-tisfi asy ttrrr straw ikls kilf. 11 jH
Gdovls iltlinna so soy swn ul tw stir ht U csvii. Is ' Ma, CiasWba ). Cihsmii. will rs S m Ur kriMW mU ssumIm -' i .su. ui- SflK
ItUajMrvkr mJ? ioiynm allwS.n iat W till arwr oi MtowsV W, HKHMKT ruFv. txcsMsssj iwj ssssmusc m sAsrt artu. mm
tWsssv k Mm mum. lu-iy lit K li)f MflF
AT TUT. OI.II JTtANI) NUMIIr.R KAA-
HHERT IRON WORKER,
Pi.UMIIINO IN AM. ITS HKANCHIM.
Artesian Writ Pirsr-all le.
Stoves and Ranges
U-U S.m, Mr'l.Usvn, Kkkns-xs-l, T)rlti, I'.tx'
llora, M)T, Onitn), liran-l Prize, llrw Vi..,
Osfi, Izrfby, Wzen, IMlf, Oypsy, ',
I'amv, Arrny IV.rigt., Magna Oiazl-a,
lluV, SuSv, Ms(isM,Oveula, AU-
wda, IUI11., 0,artrf 0,
rVlmtU, tnwvuj arsj
(AI.VAKIZi:i) IKON azsj COPI'F.K IJOII.KRS
FOR KANCKS, ORANITi; IKON WAKi:,
HICKIX I'LA'! CI) ANII PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all itzes, and
laid on at lowest rates, alto cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hon Furnl.lilnsi Ooosla, all kind.
AH mm ami grade, lift and Fore ramp. Cittern
I'limp, Oalvauirrd Iron, Sbeet Ctrpper and
Steel laj, lad Ii-, Tin Hale,
Water CloMti, Marble tlaU
and twlt, rnameVd
CHANDF.LIF.KS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
By the Suit and Emrtk we have received LARGE
Aumiiuro 10 our uotit u
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE!
And we are telling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We also MANUFACTURE 10 order
(of every kind,)
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made to order.
lMt-rAaAsfra ch Ar thtlr ektr f
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAINj REPP
E. P. ADAMS, Agwt.
Tclephgn No. 7.
The aadenined have on hand a Urge stock ti this
f3r Slram Pij anj Rolers whkb lhy oTt Urn sale
la qu&ntUiet l Ink rchaei.
Circular, with saaaple tf the cueoat, aaay W had by
Warn- a IRWIN Co.
A COMPORTAbl.H HOME I
The tondeiited ha recvntly iitd ap
1 tleaa 4)te, the tar rooasy Cta tWtaeily be-
kCUie lo the LeawJ. cuate, cat Nauaiu Mr,
l)ond the CoaaMltaI Ho(I !,
(or tft puim 0 ccvhACiax
llw ham of thi pleaunl retreat rt the M WHITE
HOUSE," It s4 U unMl U the V'n.ih, ft
CsKrUt And cUaftltwes.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and uruaateated with shade lite.
iVrton of irtpectaUUiy saay alwa) be 4 a cb
fj hoaae there, A tsiiu-ouM U t apart Lm the cus
tetuence of (weu. AFEW MOKE KOOM1 ARE
VACANT Term a)) twnJeratsv
MRS. J. T. WHITE. rtopsWic.
ITUioyU OuriusUn wltt teaaeaabcr Mra. Wbk
a prvpnette of the ajdfioi haiM taa lort arcet. ad
iveitMU ihe Paaihaoa .MaUaa whicb was aovh wa
MtAble hoaae itswaw he winayrni. tian
prjR HAN WAfitlKO,
1 Al AmieKi !ttMir.
"VOXS If H LO,"
WHJ Katt l)At lo...ie)i I iU sb-r '- '
(,( ...ir M CliHI.Wf.KftU
tm ' riKi
Mm T fHl oi.
run vv4 -.hi) wi. rua. oc. , .a
Qva zl NkwiMl fll"1.
CF-ANlr: tT!i:lIIIP COMPANY
IV. Al IfcMifc hlrmntr
Wirt I... r rrvsr 1 1 " '
9th Day of each Month,
krtita;rrta llwlili it ! A1 !
sM rraiwaw A,
J D WtiKCKBW A HMO.,
wm ii iKwirr nut
DKKI (OR MI.B
nn: limn xi.vito,
llartfsg MMfrift. f.lM. fvtirs I.-!. rvJ I.
H-Jwr, tirl tl UfHt tm hum, Klrr". Hc . 1
Zwtir fcfTft4 t
im v0 aw. tut rK.wi mvi.. m
a. j cAKpwmonr
pljVKIF.Rsj MNF. tOk HAN IKANCIrXO
IlltliU'lilt On., Atrut;
M.rthazvitK trtiii.4 Mrar Fztr, tol Wl rasl.
I.azs-t mU mi slilywfjn Izy 1 Ms ht.
STJJA M EH IjTKELIKE,
Kftanxr Ul.Kl. ltt tei.f llv.l.l. wll TMvlaf
al s r. M . tjutfiszw t tj.hu, MalV. Isy, Mal.ia,
Mali.az'sa, Ka3uu, I aizi-als-xhi-. 1 Hum.
at Mf'Ju raUi Sunday
Crl.ruiur .111 haKfa al .41 Hk .. inns, niit
W ottrr v. ttA cthrr te
llate tvX tA Tmtiag WI(
Am! hy it lut.mix Iftat yst
li'a tAMtn ilMTf1 l a U.
Sih vio utt mjU, Imm tlrt uS
Ard UcttuM tut
"ill a fthanke to e.
In natjt a kuw ail - alt
AM wrap w Wtloo ton,
Tw.U I a Uiamc to t;
Tten an I ail ita roa
M f V A rm no wt
UbI bar your mA muA SJor
Ai CKKTrS iti Feet &rxt Stor t.nt
Willi ftxtderale capital 1 4I rUlJiJ-J UiWI , t-ylttf
dyi opeiri for the rieht tnaa for farther Wunatio
apply al ihi oftVe. a ifrl
Qvtzn St err.
Net! oW to HacaieU ft Co.
Hcrlttltt, II. .t
OftU Itawaiua Iilandt. AH Vind U Krp'wt ad
Wheel nulcidf eaactued on tbe ratM acietrtlAc prui-
rifJe. At ih.t'tnAitLmvt burc ae
lathe iJlafmUh partBierit all wwlc will Le lBrtei
out in the future, as !a tbe paut by 6rtf-Uatx
We do not confine our aue&rvn lo Camin and HvfrT
making eadnuvely Order fur
making eaclnuveJy thor fur mjbt LkimS ai a
w beded veldcie raceitcd aad pus pi I y 1 eot ed.
Our UkuI Supply of fttnitresnenti for the Trade
Order frora the tAtxr IJaod win receive out brrt at
ONOLULU CLOTHING EM-
To roiVe rwa toe a SEW COKSICNMEJ.Tif
oa the was- froca CUKOfE, lie J.e-ot tuxk .ill be,
scJd rtjanlleM, tf CV.T.
A. VI. M ELLIS. 10 Tun Sum,
1 , r'l
lS j Ilotsslai.. II. I.
Tj osolulu ci-crrinsr, emkkiiim.
Nn. n, Tut Stnet, Hanou'ie, II. 1.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Comieeteil & the srrntse.
IPS if A. M. M ELLIS, rrotrietur.
NOTICE. All Stcck ksbsI U tntaml tmm lU
V--AIK.PU COMilONS, tslaal U ML o
vr betx NoseanLcf isl, iBSa. AH trtAtser SWaal
cq skl tVennsnns after tbol dzu, .31 1 4M .all saJ
ImiususJed anardiof u U.. COK.N WELL A Co.
MP0RTANT NOTICE I
Having pocrthawU the Laalrvfe stock
of M G. CorrtliL, I aa wyw prred ia csTat la
Ladies', CMt and Ouldrt"
BOOTS AND SHOES,
S.ttw lUr(ias TOR CASH. Ettrr ihsasalKa
sn rails' s csia is. uu. Lay
J. MI. LYXC1I,
No. S XtBg Stmt.
NOriCE.-lla.ut; rnisl bem A. W. BUSH.
8 Ik rick, tale aJ SMerrsS U tk. Oacery
uuanta oq Yvtx Mre, k is a.T ta.eftl.-jn sa twr a.
Ik. sum twlrr Its. ttm U S. J. U.VV Co.. aid I
b(, tf strks uteMsuo t. tsi.M aJ tW m vi
my nuMKtn, u asct st tfcft c t. HUtaJ uafMsa.
beuo.eJ .(va. rxx MfclecrwM, Mr A. W. bUSII.
ii-!" S. J. LE-V.
A FEW lESlRAllLE 0'J?tTS
f U Ne. JisbTyt.,
APS- M tSsa rtSyc
lamit. utcMkai Us
rucE stock or ctasuuAsa.
E-rlos Tap Csst-tuaatesr,
(R. I', tbiica & l, Aasoiwr, Mus)
Basrab Two.wS.MkUa Ossrt.
CsBcerst Opts Wasta,
Tl1eMcania4.su. rf.scSws 0-MS.awskitMi m,
JskiIjam la-4ssanMsihaSw,.. aMrar
rh, u4 Ik. luu kM(( TW
II. K ln a (imI MfsTJs- J iW.ir.tU msaJ kJ , rjM