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Novphupk tj, itS?
NocKnt lifTrHl tn lhetow!itionn(lf'1fpim
trmt not tit Ul wffV and miwh comment it m! tipon
lM utter Mute f atTaln, Mptcially amonf ih rt'l
r ftml jot Urv 7)if Ullfr clan nntnl p-rtkiiUrly iV
iWncf iif .win- activity the mrljr port ff the wmV
c rfinrfl wdh th flFMtlurM fif otif "ntr IsUnd ttem
rn, nl, m ri Iwfi r-pwlnln thy res.Hr, mw trtn
lhf r wflltni In ml mil, (In troth of ita silii-mmi f
fTFvriint In rmr fat A parly from Maul .itwlanth.f
our (ronnd with ih Mftinn ih. thjr 'la not lMnk of
t.i.VlnloHmrttii1iirmwfof ihefr tupl. tufiti
11. I M MmrfTfrUnlMtljr5toii
ilny dmlfiFf.ltIir(rtftKtliflrH i fr-fct I fnn
li. lotori frf tliUpt, twV mi loanlfrtrr jtnton
fir Sun r ram .rf, tncludtntt ' I J ton of ti hM
avf.l ffiwi tli A'Atfwni, rFtiily Umitlit ty Wilder
(. , Ml aIm lol( rtmet I aMc won), UMm i'i(Bf n.i
tVr Island rmlur. Ami Iff. 1 al-nit Jf H
IV O M Lomrmny't MMmtf Twr .I.ha.Kei tar
Ur rnrfo and loV on Umnt tmld.rW. rMurn
frctcM, t t-Ml lit, flc'llntf . pttmy on her
ft.Unirwl ilm-, Mwtlniiinlinit the Ini.-rru1t.4n t tar
woi-llns and tbtrvfinn tar tarth, owing to tlnarricil (
ilio ( itr Syity M.k.i f-omplalnt and dlwnfor
tut I.a tan mtlwl ni tta swne in thi ilrllv
ny uf frrfht from tar, rrMlnly t1u tolh wn((.f proir
i ,m iW UfltHnff t deliwmjf, tilth n laru And v-r,-d
(hrtf.j, tta fvt l-t. thl ita draymen could not get At
It umintlf few cfititne4 were M In report up
on thFir Invnk- ly th MMiwrt return lhy wotiM
likt t hfltt ilnm ITiUrFMwV bf CoAtt tmluc
e mmt,h, w tmrn h mt with a readjr mI at re
tnurwAt) fAtM to th Mt
P. tifHlrtl tojk f Ih wtlt, oiitil'1 of trmrr
mftltcr, l)t ! tint entrmfve Uml ala of the Mo-ho
mi rAle on InUy fat ty t K. r')f, the Mtn
UinK well aiIfhiImI And comtitln a) ttfe n to run
binif of iIif pAreeU uplo rtoilltAnt iiurrA t!i total
footing nmounllnit to $)7iS
Mr I I' Alrn will olTrr lo-ilay two pArtelt of real
cMule at AiKtlon. Anil lit will hive no objection to re
reiving (tnibr encourngemtnt At the hfltvIof a Rnr
A month hence there will he an c1IfM opportunity
to Aertire a ItAlf IntrrMt In the viiftar rotate ami tUtcV
ranch of Hrtwer Jk (.ruwntnfUir(t ltnlAt MaIawvj,
MauLas aUj ulher taicel of "
We Irarn that the tieep ranch of II K. II. Kuth
Kffihkohnt, on Molotfll, umlrr ih aM manasernFnt
of Mr K V Mcer ItAt turned out thf a' An excel
lent clip Other wool racing tlUtrktu aIvj report favor
aII remit, of which the Mewi. .Sinclair, of NIiIiau,
c jinei up lo their uuat Manilaul for ipiantlty Ami qual
ltyt exct it Imrry conihtion Shipment i from Ulh
lhee rnnclnri went forwartl thU week ly thetenmerto
the co-ul Alt of the Moloknl clip Ami much of the
Sinclair wool found ptirchavn here, At fair figure con
titlrrin the corMltlou of the mar Vet ipiotAtlom ftrsome
Lktlunge hy the Ktrnmer mailt thi week wa oim.
what limited Ami rate thereon Advanced a lhadc. I he
IlanV, we Irani) Iia Added to their lit of airrcipond
entt the world wide known firm of Kothuhltd, which
will Add materially to their facilities fur foreign Accom
I he AitA, for tome x month laIn Idle tn our
ort, hi cliAiiffed hatidt And I to tie engaged In North.
ern fi thing
Hie value of domentlc export for the week foot up
$t3J'759 jo and for foreign good $7,031.
'Hie atcAmer rtAiii Ait will douhtle be along to
morrow with dAte to the igth Inst,
Jitlrct! at lnrt of Honolulu,
Joseph Uutt, Am tern. Ilrnru, from Kuieka Nov, iG
1 ik el ike, Mm , Klttjf, from H1I0
Ka Mtil, mJi Swinion from Uiiipahoeluj
(irn Siecl, fch , from Kooiau..
WaigIi. nth , friim KroVra . ,
KeVauluolit, Mh t from Ilanalci.
Waieltu, fcch , from OnoincA
Waimarialo, tm . Neilwti, from Waimatialo
I.liulal, from Walalua
Ltiba, .li . from KoluiU.
Mary l' roller, ch , from Honuipo.
Kalun.1, m.1i , from Kohah
City of Sydney, r. M ., Dearliorn, fmS)dney
Wcindcer, Am. wh. hk. Ibker, fni nrctic, via S r
I Iie Mnnhall, Am hk. Hergman, Cm t lr
lAmet Makee, Mm . McDoniTd, from Kauai.
Aluriun kIi ( from Kukbmaelc. , ..
l.ltmt(toitt tier. ok.,Me(Tcn, from Moris Kong ' 93
Nellie Merrill, kii., (nrmian, rrom ltiiairui " 94
IwaUm, fttm , Itate. fni Koru, Kau,Maalca ' 34
kiLitiea llou, Mm , hearn, from Kahulul 95
(. U. Itishop, HetT) from Kauai . . 93
ltuena Viita, Am. IA. Calhoun, for I't 'Iwn'd Nov. 17
.. ti 1. i..i,a... r,. t .1 1.. . .0
Nettie Merrill, ch , Christian, for Lihahu
Kaala, cru, fur Waianae., . .
City of Sidney, i.M, , Dearborn, for Sjdne)..
KiUuea flou, tun , heart, for Kahutui
IIiua. tliiL, l)ren?en, for Molokai and Maul.
Italeakala, kIi , Crane, fur I'epcckco
I hukai, tch., for Waulua.
l'rtnce, M.h , for Kekaha.. . .
KaUkaua, bk., Miller, fur San Franc ico
I.Ikehkef Mm., Kinrf, lor II do. .
C K. ltihop. Mm., I terry furKatial. .
Mile Murrn, ach , for Molokai
Ialii, ck, for KohaLtlcle. . . ...
Kauikejouh, cli.,for Itonokaa.
f mnu, miIi., for Olowalu
Sue, (i. , R., Ootid, for San Francisco
Catcrina, k)i , for llanalei... .
is. Makce, iin ,aMclKiuld, for Kauai. ..,
La Mol, M.K, Swinion, for Kaiwtlahilahi .
Marion, nch , for Kukuilacle.
t'rttmrlit noir In 'or.
NtNiTa. . .. Haw, bgtne
Ciu SfHWkBU, Cousin .,, Am. tch
Ilorx, Curtt . . , . ....,.., ,,..Anu ihip
Jknnir WaLkkh, Undcrwooil Haw. sch
t LLA, Krown. ..tAnu bktne
W (. lhwiN, lurner, ,, Am. bgtne
11. W, Almy, trecuvm. , .Am. bk
Jinvrii Klv llcnrit,, ..., , ,..,.,. . Am. tern
KhlNDFHH, Itakcr. ..a. .Am. wh. bk
I.tziiK Mamhalu Hergman. .. ,,,.. .......Am. bk
1.iinctdnk, StclTcns .. .Gcrbk
Alaska, Helkiup U. S. S
Kprrtetl ftom h'urriin iorj.
llovros, Am. bk. Awv 'Iuknrk , Newell
Due Jun. ai-io. C Jlrcwer A. Co., nctt.
ItKRMKK, Oer. bk. C K. ltinur.. .. , ..Walter
Due r eb. 20-95. " Hackrcld .V Cu, agts.
Dkmkti'mr llw, Am. Lk. F, S. 'Ihomi-xn .1'otter
Due Nov. 30-93. (for Kahulul )
GuAw)w. ISnt, hip Abkkaman ... ..Chapnun
Due Jan. 9095. ' ' Macfarlane & Co., ast.
I.lVkKiiMii., lint, bk, UtUKk ... bwictoslawjikt
Due Jan. 90-35. ! " Davie & Co., agts.
NanuioU Hani, Am. bk. foRiotT(JUtBN .Nclton
Due. Hackfcld Co., act.
NewCabtuk, NwlAm,bgtn. Noktii STAR.Moreltoute
Nrw Catlk, hsw,. Am Uup (jRTTYbvito .Theobald
Due Oct. 1 j. Ship' account
Nrwukk, Am. bktne. Kusor VRRNON.Humphrc)-
10 au auoui itov, 1. clmis come, aci.
I'okt ltAMALK,Am. Itktne. Discorrv . ,,. . .I'crriman
Nov, 90-93 II Hackfcld & Co., acts. Lumber to
Wilder & Co.
Portland, O . Am. bk Alden IIksse. ,Noe
ifue. itouca a .txt bcis.
Sk f kanciscci, r. m. s. kalanhia.., ...Webber
Due Nov, 93. II. Hackfcld & Co., ast.
South Ska Is., Hah, sch, Julia. . Tlcmy
line lic k.ii
ViCTouiA, lk C, lint. S. S. Mauhas,,
Dec iois. II, Hackfcld A. Co.. Acei
Fan n tsrs Island, Am bgtne. W, H. Mkkr,
due Dec. is-ao. llrcwcr & Co., Afients.
Tort Ulakhly, chr Coukskk , ,,.,
F.umtkA. Am. bktne Kmma Claudina.,.
t ..Mat ton
fur kahulul, due Nov. 151
San FranciC(k Haw. 1-gtne., I'omaie,
for Kahulul, due Nov. 9330.
San f ka nci sco. Am. bk. D. C Mlkmay Jenks
due Dec. 5-10, F. A. Schaefcr & Co., Aceni.
San Francisco, Am. bstne J. D. SrittCkiui FriU
due Nov. 3 5 jo. W. G. Irwin A Co., Aifvt.ts.
t)Rr (Iamble, Aou bktne Kliwitat . . .Cutler
Due Dec 1.5. H. Hackfcld h Co., Agents.
HuMnuLUT, Am. tern f.VA ,, ., .Keel
Due lcc. ! Lew crs A Cooke, Acenti.
NkwCASTLK, N.S.W , lt. bktne.. Ucn l.ki .Jenkins
i'u tcc, 10-15. i ituer aj 1 Agent ,
A . C C X... nF C .1.... t-.l . .11. I t C 1
iib . o. .tjr u ajuiii), ii iii. Mum iivnn )u
ncy on November and ; discharged pilot at 3 43 f. M.
nod look AuckUful mlot Nowmticr rth. at 1 a. u .
dikchaiged Auckland dot on November 7th, at 413
1, u and took Honolulu pilot on Nicmlcr 3Uh at
307 A. M, 1 wo caUtt and two steerage paieigcrfur
ttoJKMUiu, aiu 7 tontot irvignt. 37 caui
tonoluiu, alu 7 ton of freight. 37 cabin and 17 Meet'
ULt tKiurnirer lot nan rran.iu.'u. arui tia ton til
freight Strong head lnd the entire parage from
llie German Uuk Uwngvtone, Stcffrn. arrUrd on
Thurvlay Uu, 33 da) from llongkong.withanahwxted
cargo of Chinewi goud. bhe has docked M Unrw cr A
Col whaif where she unow ditcharglng.
The Auliktnc UUUil IWewer A Co's wliaif load
Ing for Sin f rancitoo. to sad to-day.
IheOhSSucf uilcd forSait f raikico, WedntU)
p ui. with a good Ircight and pauengcr tut.
I he whbk Josephine ouyonitt at this url from the
Hie U S AUika l aitiiiiJ the arrival of the mail
strainer, when she wiltprvbaUy leave for bait ratKiM.w
I he V M b ScaUndU will be due from San fran
ciaiihipm, with nine da Uter news.
the Am lent Joseph Ku U at the eipUnade oppo
site the cuvtoni houMT, discharging a Cargo of redwood
le Am bk II W Almy Is at the old stcamthic
wtuif, she wUl return to ban f ratKitco in about a cl
or ten da.
A in. bk F. S. lliomiwon. ljtler. airlked at Kahulul.
Nov. 11, tiUa from IWpaituie lUy, with 803 tons
Hk Aui bgtue W 0 Irwin Is tiling th Reindeer
wi iw oau riMiKv,iuMuiwi nm uuuuw w itei
Inc I'M S S City ce Sdney anied frout Sydney
U4 Muiulay a m, and saiWd agalq about j:j p m for
lfU Aw bk Camden is now laid up at the sound.
TbefxhAniu, ttd bktne W II Dtiiwnd, ait at Ka
IM Am wik lAiiw Marwuul antve4 on eUncsday
tdakfruia lmt 'lowttuikl. aiul iLmLc
at the lout of
rortM,her she U iww dinhaiguij
uuibcr. Sha ivikMti tut hi iiiuli mutlti
hr cargo of lumber, Sheieirts tight wind bum4 o
the o)age, wnly meeting the strong trades wruhut a
dtaU of the (Uandk Ihe Utoe Dinmry t U
Migw ncr roe inis ouii m two or truce uayw
Fria Kauai, ir Jme Makee, Nov ll-G II Dole,
G N iWoa. alu Kit, Q T IliigUock, kluui
Hi) wUu, Weight 4jU Cua.
trntt bydiiey and AtKkUnd, uer City of Sydney,
NvrfcU alkr, Jr, Mr Von (fuuMay. Kolt
iJountlly) Wh krxr, wd 54 U liauut. l
Frfim vi"trf 'ii pr lik'U- S v i& Id
I t T l'rrt Jtirijr I M ally tnii t flffmn
A d( anAvAr. s H-Hh II Vrm If li t- kiws Vim
r I hflfatr, V t Sfll VImIC H Art in, I) tiW,
Cam It'iyal A I) MamHaII. W ( Mum. K A mo, MK
And h N KaIiiifI Mim Mill. Mr RrfAK
r J llavwmVn I wm I hnlo J lllrwl, h I S
rhomim Mim ItanaiA, MWa, Hndl, Mm T
V, rt ami hiM Mr U fAylor ul cMloVn
r or Ki.iai, rr ( U Hkhop, Nov it
W r fnHh,
MM l.iiptl, rtev 11 nmffmun
ror KAhuhtl. pf KHann I too Nwrto- I, qrd
rmtn, Mr tit, M1m rotvf, Cftjrt KynoMi, J
for Mtttoliri ami Mfcrtl. mr lxm. Nt -lrf
AtetAmlet. I K utaiV, j It lllV, I Daftim, J Mc
!)U, H W Meyer,
for KaimI, tirf f Matw, Nov i -J McKnHii
Amt if', tl WHt,i, j llinmfHon, I1 M I'haoM, 0 T
nrlfflorV, II Horn, W J Hnmm.
roe ftan FmhcUeo, tr Stw, Nov tt -A Inw, If
low I, V A (.oiitiFT, Hm lUvtn, I. S ( t, O L Kjpin,
( ai4 frond .A W KorhM, CWnlln IVk, llnft (ooa,
I) N rrMgul. wife Amtrhihl, Mr Wt, Cf4 fWl
man, r. StAnly Amt wifr. J I) preckfa,
ror wlndwArd hoft, it UWIilta. Nov t X
Arnohl, K Walker, Jr, ( Kk. I' j O'Nffll, Mr nA
Mr Von IrmyVyJ Mllu-Hno-I, II I toml, Mr
IKnaham anff pn, ltthopcf Ulh, W (farm, K l-m
rHIy, r Sltwurt, T II livi. Mr Ihivlvr. A flrfwi,
A V.miI. A IImIkm. R II Haker. (. Hilva. Mn Kla
NAhAolelaA, 4 children And wtvAnt, L Mahop, Mm
Sn fiery Mr It Ktnlilnf, Mr Steven.
for Sin rrAnrico, tmt LHy of Sydney, Nov to
Mr. I rank Smith. II WAlMrVrti, Mi I'Attia Ithotle.
r I'Adam. r I rortr, wif And three chiMtvn. S I
AIoiAmlr, Mr S to-Mar, I, W W Kiltimim, II lUMwin.
Mr(i I. Ikmrrfnmn ami child, W II lUiUy, and
d.ni(liifr, J W (drvln, Mr (lllhn Ami dauchtef. W M
AleiArrdrf, lr, Mr l,min am! rMM, r M mvp, I It
lwt. Ur IMinfrd, wife nml daughter, M M laytor,
(AptC I Ihmon. lion S tl WiTder, j t Jlilf, W
It fuller, U t-MholTrn, I llnrrte, II Uwcnmti, II
Marin, C Chrlt ophelvm, w Hr, I HiermamW, I.
1'errot, II V tluehe. W II IIo-, f Nonhiip, linn
took. no AiHtiii, h I )ikI.( 1) Hockley, ( t m.
from FurekA, e Am ch Jo Ittm, Nov t8 Allen ft
Kohlrnon. yiwj ft rel wood
from rort lownckd, e Am hk Utrie Marnhftl),
Nov lo Iwer A Cooke, 76,9t ft n w lumher;
from San FnncUro, e I'aindeer, io bhl whale
oil, tio hid perm oil,
from Sidney A Auckland, ri Cil nf Sydney, Nov
90 J S Walker t c hardware; I ( Ihrum, 1 c tmU-,
1 pkf( mde, A M Mctli, a cmde, II S IrecltMn,9c
draiwry, J N Wrltfhl, 1 CAMddlery, O W MafaiUni
k to, 50 tft brandy, Clmhoni A Co, 1 lnl dratery.
I IKe, I C I lanii, in irnnu, 107 on-" "in
-rt-. - t-,
., 140 iix 01
Of Of it
07 pkK nle
from San f raiKivo, e Am hk II Almy, Nov 16
"W I. fmter. it tktf Mddlerv: t It IHvie& Co. 7
vn fck Uirlci, ic k hrarn 89 lialc Imy; It J Anew,
iKifi oau; 1 uer lo, i c i
1 r tniclc wheel, in pig paint. 9
. 1 11 H....1 11 t t...i t.
hag oati; filer ft Co, 1 c ml!, t c hnger, 1
raier. r roll naier.
1h monhlinz! W f Mount. S M Dimon And li S
(jrftul, t Va eich; Hackfcld kCa, 4040ineeIutnlrr,
8463 c lumber! Ilymin A. ltro, tr ca Itoot Ac shoes,
3 c nrg'Hi, 1 c 011, irnemn co, 14 naif iny,
I c wine; irwin uo, a imii ioiucco; t w .Maciar
n At Co, Ijpkgwlne, I orenwn, 11 lale oakum,
1 bar cower, van deck iduics. 4 dor mom. I f Picker
1 c lioot, r c lints, 1 sikjw cae; Kwon ree 1 uen
. A ca dinar.
ft to, 6 cs clear.
from ban I noctco, ex S S ucr, Nov 7-lllles A;
oir. ra ima miner, a oaiet 1
oat. it li
1ik ork and liean, tl tktt broom, Ing
10 iMg KHAioe, ?ning onion,
butter, 5 bhl vinegar, 50 bx
28 liag wheat, 1 1
le, KiciianKon x eo, 3 c hit, I hoi W Ihrum,
c tiatirrfiery, i c Uioki 27 bhl japcr. tc
toy, t hx tyi; t 1 kjj thawM; letter a, Lo; 320 hotlcr
tule, r Lscfnm; Oat, r. A: Co, 5 tkg stitionery, 6 c
....:.... pni.i.nn h r.. .. 1 -w.i,- . . ....:...
tionery; Itoherlson ft Co, 1 c UwA. 4 e stationery.
Wcnner A; Co, silver ware; Hall A: Son, 1 c nihcr
pmed ware. 7 pup Mimiv 4 cs iiaruwarc, 17 pki
itAiner; unMie mjokc, id imu
ftahnon, 3 bale rubber
wire, r3okejj lead, 37 pieren iron pii, 5 pkjr hard
wnre, 1 pkjr, tetecop; M feer, r ck red wine, ibbt
Alnegar, 1 bx prcMre, Irwin A; Co, t cs fitting, 384
coil roite, 1 bhl Cala wine, aobbl pork, 100 ks bar
le, 363 sk bran, 235 ks grontKl barley, 72sksoats,
o c bread, sobbl salmon, 1 piece oak, 4 UU copper
Kilts, 25 bid m gar, out, pkg stave and beid, 114 sk
coal, too sk potatoes, ao crate onion; G W Macfu
lane A; Co, t cs rubier packing, 3 sheets iroiij 1 pkc
rivet, 33 pkg lidding rnateri-ilr 115 pkg groceries and
1 rovlMon, 30 sk Iran, 1 bx fpicr-s, o cs !ecr, 50 cs
whiskey, 30 k (lour, 73 sks ojus 50 sk corn meal, aou
tk lrant yt hx mi gar, 20 cs gin, 40. basket cliampane,
6047 railroad ties, 3H bbl ler, iCocs wliUkey, 1 cs
show card, 56 pkg pipe, 2 bbl gtiMware, 1 pk to,
6$ sks pot aloe., ij sk onion. 23 bx apples; 1'iercc A
Co, to Kile oakum. 14 bx boat nail, 1 cs glv ware,
5 c hardware, 7 bbl paint, 1 hdl bruhei, 4 coil rope,
2 bale duck, t bdj tnasl buuks, 2 bx ship chandlery,
3 hdl broom, 1 piece wire rope, 0 pkg oar; S lagmu,
76 pkg asst dry good, a cs c-onlcctionar), 25 pkg dr
goud, 19 pk book and shoes, 2 hdl glat ware, 1 cs
cfuindclier; C Krown, 2 cs furniture; A Jaeger, 2 cs
cigir, r c Ieelr; I I-ec, 46 1 ksfocr: T J Mo-iMnan,
15 pkg crockcr), 308 pkg grocericj Mctnt)re A. Ilro,
Am k flour. o sks oats. 10 k w heat. 10 sks com. So
k Ikau, 50 cs jxtatoef 15 cs onion, 15 cs meal, 177
pkg nt groceries, ion ski lian, 59 pkg bread cracker;
Grinlmum ft Co, 9 pkg groceries, 940 ska Hour, 20 bx
raidns, a IthKbean, no pkc a,t grot-enes, 1 safe, 1 8
issi ory gootis nnu totacco; l J riJiel( apkij
r)t 'Spkgdr) goods, boots and shoe. HoIlitcr
2 tkir druu. b ciirim. 1 nke medicine. 0 t ktr
drug; llrown& Phillip, 8 pkg plumbing goods; Hack
led! & lo, 6 cs tin good, 55 MIs salmon; Dillinzham
& Co. bale rubber Iiomt. it ikcr ast hardware ami
crockery, frisk oat; 51 nkg fiaiiii; W Fennel, 9 pkg
er; r 1 l-enchan 0 liale paper; K (jneve, 9 pkg
: 1. I1 A(Lim. 2 tike cotton hoier. it okcr fumi.
lure; F. C Winion, 7 pkg sewing marhine; l'Nlctneniy;
3 pkg candy, 6 bbl marble dut; J I Watcrhoucc, 112
pkg assi groceries, 200 ska nour, 2 organ, 13 pkg cot
1 c harness, 1 (alcdr goods; D v Clark,
t bx watcli material, o pkc clocks:
; j a wins, w 1. ro-
ter, W A Coulter, U Rowland, Khlrra A, Co, Mrs tlur
ge, R Sterling, 1 pkg each; Max fkart, 3 cs clock;
Allen & Robinson, 3 cs varntdi; A I Smith, 16 cs ew
ing machine, 4 cs hardware, 3 c apple; l.cvc A. Co,
j c ranuj ,
cand), 3 bx show cae, 154 pkg a..t groceries,
fatUne & Cp. cowwhikkey; hrown & Co, 40 ci
;GWcttopkg carriage material; Wilder ft Co,
2$ crates potitoes, 90 crates onions.
50 bx apple, 238 sk liarley; Jno KtdwcII, 7 bxs plant:
: r - .---- -. " r...-...v-,
ii) man k itros, iociiais,
ocs shoes too bx candles.
45 hale; ha, 6 pkg dry good, 6 cs slippers, 28 sks bran,
38 sks oats; Diies V Co, 1 lithe ld. 1 counter sliaft,
r cs cnuck, 3 cs iixtures, 3 pug nspnaitum, t cs nary
wore, 15 bxs butts, 141 bars iron, fj bbl facings, t bx
i(bx books, 1 csk copper, 97 pieces iron pipes, 1 bdl iron
tIpet 10 kg rivets, 50 t pip Iron, a bars steel; I M
Lewi. 14 pkg groceries; A M Mctli. 3 trunks clothing;
J F Itrown, 1 cs ladies underwear And gent's furnishing
goods; Irvine & Co, aou sks bran, 96 kX oats. 50 sk
barley, as sks corn, 20 sks corn meal, t i. alfalfa seed,
K Lihman, 50 sks bran, 25 k oats; G K Wells ' bxs
picture frames. 8 pkc furniture. 7 iAz rattan chairs. 10
okir notions: L. i.ertt. ai c
kg notions; C
Haley, 3ca boots nnd shoes; F Gcrtr, 43 c boots and
shoes, a pkg 1
shoes; .( Mel
dressing; J H I.)iich( 20 cs boots and
nerny, 5 cs ixxrts anu shoc5, tui sks
rnv. cs ix.xrts and shoes, too sks doi
toe; 60 sks bean, 63 sks onion, too bxs apple; 1 1 off-
sc Meager & Co, 8 pkg diy good. S Nott, 60 pke stores
and hardware: Ulecnorn &. La. 20 uki ixxt and shoes:
May Ar (.o, 50U kks flour. 20 cs meal,
o. 50H kks (tour. 20 cs meal. 30:
groceries; Hart Hros, 3 Cicandycji bbl butter, is bxs
S lliinvu,jiiiiun iwi 4 iiuui. 11
pkg tobacco, 48 pkg dry goods, 31 pkg furniture; Schae
ter A. Co, auoX sk llour, 15 bxs potatoes and onion,
at cs scan, 17 pkg cnx cries, ncci bar; (, r iUiam,
98 pkg furniture; K M Daggett, 1 bbl whUke); t. V
Srcsotich, 6 bxs figs, as bxs dried fruits, 4 bxs ramns,
9 bx lemon., 1 bx cocoa nuts, 936 rkg potatoes tobbls
.-, t .. ii a, r., . Iwtt. .k.u.l . ... .1. fi-..
aunon, 70 Dxsontons, 390 bx apples, 10 uxsgras a
material, iobbU(sugar; ror Chinese; firms 1793 pkg
md; f J Hlggins. 4 bxs carnages, 1 bdl shafts; Mc
Ctiesney 1 Son, 100 sks oats, too sks fttiatocs, 50 sks
corn, 50 sks beans, 95 sks onions 904 pkg groceries, aao
sks Hour, 50 bbls salmon, ao bxs starth, ao cs oil-
Ki City of 5)Jncy hence for San Francisco, Nov ao
319.477 It. kugar, 84,633 lb kooI, 8 U1U lugir cane,
9S bx betel tcac, 1308 bunches banana, 1 e orane
I C curio., acv bar. wheat. Foreign talue $5,a8o.
Domelc alue $11,676.63.
Y.x Haw M kalalatu, hence for San Francisco,
Nov ai4,aB9 eals, ntolasset 456,316 lb. sugar, 364,100
lb. rice, 68,340 lb. copra roreign value $1,771. Ooine.
tic value Sn.10t.rjo.
r.k duer, ticnie lor aan t ranclsco.
lb sugar, 69.0110 lbs rice. 367,901 lbs uool, 1,536 bncii
. ' .'t .. .. ''.. . ;'
lunana, 340 l. green nioc, 0 Ulls sneeu
ilc, 9 Ulls sneep t.ln. 11 uus
31 U1U anil 1000 slicWs sugar
goat skin. 4 Ml tallow. 1
cane, 3 basket betel leaves.
domestic value ,70,397.30.
Ckuian In this cil). Nov 3rd, 10 the if. of J
Cruran, a son.
Kooney-McSilANC Near Malauao, .Maul, Nov 11,
at the resilience of the Lriucs' mother, by the Kev 1
IL Kousc, F M Rooncyof &ivcc.c!vlllc to Carotins
TAveou-ln San Francisco, Oct 30th, Ralph , sou of
Hvron anil Annette Favlor, aged 1. sear, ami 11
months, ror the ast three years a resulent of Wal
lu.u. SATURDAY PRESS.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. lU'.
All matter for the Saturday Press should be
.dJi.ssed to th " SATURDAY PRESS."
THE PRESIDENT OE THE HOARD
Several month, ago, when the present Presi
dent of the Hoard of Health was an aspirant
for legislative honors, ami when he was ex
hausting cveiy means which his brain could
devise in securing the suffrages of the people,
he re-lied chielly, and with good reason, as
subsequent results, demonstrated, upon his
ability to hiqioso upon the native people with
icfciciicc to their sanitary condition and w tut he
would doto impcov c it. His alalia for the sufier
ing exiled lepers was boundless, llitivmnathy
for the bereaved relatives not )ct stricken with
the fearful disease was something extraordinary.
He industriously posted himself as the deliverer
of a plague-stricken people, lie said) "Give
mc your votes, oh Ixluvcd llawaiianst and my
saintly hand of salvation shall be extended in
your behalf) I will confine this dreadful scourge
within its present limits I will secure the best
exponents of modem medical science to tieat
)ou I will make it no longer ne-ce-wary to tear
asunder loving friends and relative to swell
the number in the living grave at Kalawao, and
all that money can do shall be done to amcti-
ii it Ihf ('tnilili')ii 'if tlvivi t!r 1 iy thef
Xcty twert siirh wnrrl. vnn l'l iniln impli
h!tthc What stomlrr tht thiirrf'liiliiy .
urt'liily cxiftwlcil nnrl ihcy ruRrrly m.isml thi.
mtn lo fwmrr? With ertt rnuljr iliipltrity, h
tnrnerl ffum lh nimprcr Mtlvc lo thrw lirt
let nlumidl, nrxl l the Meet, n! Mill :
"(rlre mtfttir nt nml t wlH intifitmtr a
more vfgntmM litxlih rxvlley tfMn htm been
hhhetlo known In IIiwaH ; I wilt km ihat in
tpttm n( Malfori U ihototjuhrf cttried oM
I will ovtrftrme ill mliltt?n ymfwthr, nl,
liy tlnevtmn net loft, ii- life jtfwWnf "f iM
Slrnmte to My, Kinv; M-ete tleedtwl. It ha
nrrtotlou. fact lhat II U ilo loMamteeeaafiit im
pmlilim on the nativcii, frith refrrent to the
Irnthh tttntion, that he recelrH m large a
prnjtnftlon of hHr ote, and it It exeeoHngly
ilmilrtful whether the ftilnome flattery with
whirh he l.mearrt royalty wontrl hitre Iwen
nfficlent, without the aid of the mnttary card,
to have Ruined him a teat In the Ictjl.laliirc. It
i. more than likely that hfci twenty yean of
ceAttlcm inlriffiiing would have heen wiutrd,
and that the ontmttnnity of aang In a few
torcli-lwareri, "rjila l the hapfrieat day of my
life," uotitd never Irave heen affordeil lilm If
he had tern adroitly managed Ilia unitary card.
Now il i .inked, wlml ha thU prcmicr-prtni-dent,
thi, Mlf-t)lcd liealth-promolcr, done to
redeem hk iromian. jVoAiig wtrn IImii
nothing! 'Die poor, credutom native who
eletll o much of him ihtink, Itudderingtyi
fnim n ctmtcnijikitlfin of the deceit which lie
lra)eil them, and ciy " Sold I"
'I he Wetter educated nitivea and the foreigner
Me uitlt comternation the tnonMer, I.tprm),
tlalkiiiK unchecked In their midst, and gaining
llftil ti .twilh.ffii n( ihii..,! nml trr " Weil.l tM
The Kr linr uretchea from their grave
on Molokai mini acrou theclinnncl their feclile
Hail of dwpair (the ickne of "hope de
ferred " added In the Imnlcn already ttm heavy
to liear), ct)in(; "Soldi" Trout all over the
group conic complaints of imilcqmto prniion
made for the kick. According to contetent
authntity, three hundred confirmed leper, arc
at hrgc in Honolulu without the slightest at
tempt licing made to con Ink: nr isolate them n
the law requires. In the land, In the army,
on the volicc force, driving cxprtnw wagons,
cvtrjwlicre throughout the city, this dreadful
slow death may lie seen j and why U tin's plain
violation of the hw and the interests of the en
tire community permitted? Uead the premier's
explanation which nppearcd in the organ of
"It must lie tiornc in mind that the appro
priation for lepers is based upon the calcula
tion of a certain number of pitients to lie pro
sided for, and that complement is already
under treatment, so to carry out more efficicnti)
the segregation of lepers it would lie necessary
for the Hoard of Health to line command of a
larger amount of funds."
As a matter ofW, there are something like
a hundred less patients at Kaltw-ao than dur
ing the previous biennial period, while the ap
propriation this time i considerably larger
titan ever before for this purpose. Hoes the
premier-president mean by those under treat
ment the people who ate not confined but
who visit the examining phvsiciansvoluntarilv ?
And docs he consider that proper protection to
the public in the matter of segregation and
isolation? Or, in making up his complement
of lepers, docs he include with those at Kala
wao those confined at the branch hospital in
Honolulu and those who visit the dispensary
volunt.irii) ? IMcasc lie more explicit, Mr.
Trtmier. And then, who did the calculating
for the provision of lepers, and who is re
sponsible if the provision is inadequate ?
Who but Mr. Gilison was" the loud-mouthed
champion and self-appointed manager of the
health question and theappropriations therefore
during the last legislative session t He is self
condcinned. He fears to enforce the law and
properly attend -to the segregation and isola
tion of lejicrs, for he knows, if he docs, the
flimsy v cil of pretence liy which he has bolst
ered up his claims to licing the health prophet
oflhc"dcai people" will be torn away, and
His influence with them lie gone. Head
further bosh from the article of November 9.
"'1 here i now a noble opportunity for those
who feel deeply the sad misfortune to the
country of leprosy, to help the gov croment
provide for the isolation and treatment of suf
ferers. In that way our wealthy people may
tiest prove the claims of the country to a favor
able consideration on the par? of the enlight
ened Itcpublic of America in the concession of
a specific treaty in our favor." A novel argu
ment for reciprocity surely. Wriggle and
twist as )ou please Mr. Premier, distort the
facts and evade the truth as you may, jou are
a wretched failure as a health officer, and as a
lover and benefactor of the "dear people"
j ou arc a shameless fraud. Did you lalior to
remote the health of the Havvaiians when jou
kupported the liquor bill ? The principal exam
ining physician says his work has largely
increased since the liquor law went into
effect. Strong stimulants can hardly be bene
ficial to' a people w ho arc admitted to l so
thoroughly impregnated with syphilitic disease.
The people are becoming rapidly undeceived
and the day is not far distant when the pre
mier's dream of greatness will have been dis
solved, and the Hoard of Health will have
new president and secretary. In conclusion
it is but fair to say it is rciortcd that the son-in-law
secretary has been heard to make en
quiries in reference lo the number of lepers at
large. This is surprising evidence or attention
to business, and the first move in the right
direction may be looked for hourly.
THE KINGS AMENABILITY.
There are those who consider we overstep
our bounds when we charge the responsibility
of tlie present state of alTairs upon higher
shoulders than that of the Ministry, but furtu.
nalely for the King and the country this class
is getting smaller every day. We Kdieve wc
fully rvalue our position in litis matter, and it
is witlt no diiicspect, or want of loyalty to our
ruler, that wc prefer to talk plainly and show
clcatly the course to which all this false; idea of
ministerial responsibility is tending, unless th
King in fact and in deed shall keep himself
entirely aloof from the administration of the
affairs of this government excepting so far as
provided in the Constitution, and appoint re
sponsible men to positions in the cabinet.
It is no new thing to find that distrust liegcts
dutiuil, and deception produce, a like result.
It is against the very nature of things for re
sponsible men to accept positions of trust un
less they are trusted with their responsibilities,
and we maintain that the interests of this
country and the King himself are-being jco
pjrditrd everyday irresponsible men ate held
responsible in name and not in fact. The
truth of this position is proving itself over and
over again, and one of the results of this class
having the ear and nominal confidence of the
King, is, Out they endeavor by fawning Ut
teiy lo continue in favor by acceding to all
royal desirc.not having the manliness to op
pose matter (hat but brings ridicule to the
King and all varlicipanW. Such men are not
true at hcait lo the inteiests of King and
country, True, sincere, loyal men are made
of dilTcrent Hull entirely. Uke a faithful phy
sician combatting a 'disease, administrative,
are given to obtain a beneficial toult, tegaid
less It nuj be of the patient's will. So we, In
our position as watchmen upon the tow
ers of Hawaii, can not but ay aloud for the
dangers which we see are threatening lode-
ii tatr hi r N wmM W falsr to our Iru.t
did we do otherwise than promt, as we have
The evils of the present situation would snon
le overcome if Hawaii returned In Iter form of
comtthtiional government of earlier day. To
this end we pray the King trt heed the peti
tion thai have heen pteaented lo him for ad
mlniatrMlve reform, The popular vvlah nf the
people th htngth end breadth nf llw land call
(or h. Th imru of iwHvMitaU ami Mate
a rurur yon. '
The pcrtUtem mhHepreMntatlnn nf tit I la
walhtn imgar question in th United Stolei be
gin to look like a put up Jnh. In Mali a case,
tf crwrae, tome one I at llie hack of it, ami
rrme one who fa largely IntereMtd tn the ngar
The " Importer, Krfinere ami Ilroker nf
raw rrgtir (In New York, ltoton and Ifiila
dclphia) respectfully call the attention of the
Secretary of the Treasury to the great Injustice
done them by the importation, free nf duty,
(ntn Han I'rancUcn and other port, of trrgar
from the Sandwich Island, itthlth at entirely
different In quality from that contemplated ami
clearly cdfied in the Hawaiian Island
We would like mtirh toce tlie "Importers,
Kefincr and Ilroker of n sugar " In New
Vork, HoMon and Iftlladelphla, or anywhere
else In the United State, for I hii matter, show
cause for this ridiculous nml unjust statement.
We challenge them to prove that the grade of
exported Hawaiian sugar Ita been higher
lnee the Treaty titan liefore it. We challenge
them to prove tlutl lite importation otJowtr
grmieuffir iHi.nnt tnrrcael ami the cxiiorln-
tinn of higher grade sugars diminished since
Thi latent attempt of the tattcrn "!mort
er, Ucfincr and lirokcr of raw sugars" to
defeat the effort of those who are interested in
the removal of the Kcciprocity Treaty is child
ish lo a liegrce. if I iawaiian stigat ii received
in the port of San I'ranclsco, there is no reason
why sugars of the same grade should not lie
received at lite x)fls of New York, Itoston and
Philadelphia. That sugars have licett shipped
direct from Honolulu to the livstcrn States hxs
doubtless irritated the Railway Monopolists;
that the Inferior grades of Hawaiian sugar are
siqicriorlothc known raw sugars of Manila and
Cuba is what "Importers, Kefincr and llro
kcrs" rebel at, for they cannot easily work oft
the CtilKtn and Manili stocks when the Ha
waiian article is prefcrrablc. We do not, how
ever, sec why we should be made to suffer, and
be accused of fraud because wc sec fit to ship
our sugar freights! direct to the Kutctn market,
and because our sugars of every grade arc su
perior in saclixtrinc qualities to the pro
ducts of an) other sugar growing country in
the world. It is certainly not our fault that
such is the case, and wc are not inclined to
consider it a misfortune.
THAT OFFICIAL DISPATCH.
In our last issue we published in our edi
torial columns nn excerpt that has apjiearcd in
ail of the leading newspapers of the Unitetl
States, which gave briefly the substance of a
dispatch from Captain Iteiknap of the U. S. S.
Alaska, now in our waters, to tlie Secretary of
the Navy at Washington. The '. C. A. of
Monday last states "authoritively," that the
dispatch is, " altogether misrepresented," and
explains how newsmen misinterpret and add
to such matters to make them conform with
their own views thus partially drawing aside
the veil and allowing the public to have a peep
at the manner of working things in the '. C. A.
Once more it liccomcs necessary to contra
dict our contemporary and say that it had no
authority tn rhanjje thr sense of the dtspati-K
so much as it lias done. It is true that the
matter given to the papers was not a literal
copy of Captain itelknap's words, but they
were the same in substance, giv ing the same
impression that any one would naturally- draw
from them. To say that the Captain of the
Alaska wrote nothing that could lie construed
into the shape presented, would be to ofTcr an
insult to his intelligence. Captain Iiclknap is
a competent and observ ing officer, and the
published reqwrt of his dispatch contains only-
such statements as wc all (the '. C. , staff
included) know to be correct, and such as any
observing visitor would naturally take cogni
For our own part wc are pleased to see the
truth disseminated abroad, even if it be not at
alt flattering to us as a nation, and in repub
lishing the extract in question last Saturday
we seconded it heartily. We would much pre
fer to sec matters conducted in a manner that
would make it an impossibility for resident or
v isitor to find cause for jus, complaint against
the Government, and in a way that would in
sure a long and prosperous future. Hut when,
in opposition to tlie expressed wishes of a vast
majority of the population of the islands, native
and foreign, the country is being tlrivcn toward
the brink of ruin by those in power, it i high
time lhat the fact should be known abroad.
HAWAIIAN INDEPENDENCE DAY
On Tuesday next will occur the thirty
ninth anniversary of the recognition of the
independence of these islands by Great Ilritain
and Krancc. For the information of many of
our residents who doubtless, arc unacquainted
with the guarantee of independence accorded
Hawaii, secured throughihe personal visit of
Commissioners Kiclnrd and Haalilia to the
courts of Ungland and Trance in li43, wc
publish the same hcrew th.
"Her Majesty the Queen of the Unitetl
Kingdom of Great Ilritain and Ireland, and
His Majesty the King of the I'rench, taking
into consideration the existence in the Sand,
wich Islands of a government capable of pro
viding fur the regularity of its relations with
foreign nations, have thought it right to engage
reciprocally to consider the Sandwich Islands
as an Independent State, and never lo take
possession, neither directly or tinder the title
of Protectorate, or under any other form of
any part of the territory of which they are
" The undersigned, Uer Hrltannic Majesty'
Principal Secretary of State for Koreien
Affairs, and the Amlvassailor Kxtraordinary of
I lis .Majesty the King of the French, at the
court of Uindon, licing furnished with the
necessary powers, hereby declare in conse
quence, that their said majesties take recipro
cally lhat engagement,
" In witness whereof, the undersigned leave
signed the present, declaration, and have
affixed thereto the seal, of their arms.
" Ione in duplicate at I.ondon, the twenty
eighth tlay of November, In the year of Our
Uml one thousand eight hundred and forty
three. (Signed) AlitmilEN, U S.
(Signed) AUMUK, I. 8,"
Ihe .bove followed closely upon the sue.
cessful labors nfthecommisslonenat Washing
ton to the same end, for in Picside-nt Tyler's
message to Congress, December 31, I Sir J, we
find the following position taken in respect to
. . .
"It cannot but IwJb conformity with the
Interest and the wishes of the government and
the people of the United States, that thi
community lime suMtag In the; midst of a vast
expansvef octvsn, should tic respected, and aU
its light sttistly and conictentiovesly regarded.
And this must alo be the true interest of all
othrr rommerna! state. Far remote (rom the
lomtnirHH of Kuropean wwers, it growth
and prosperity, a an Independent State, may
yet be In a high degree useful tn all whose
trade I cstended lo ihfise regions while it
nearer approach to this continent, and the
intercourse wltklt American veosel .constitu
ting five-fl!i of all which annually visit it
could not Imt create diMtttfaetion on the part
of lire United State at any attempt by another
owr, thotitd such attempt lie threatened or
feared, to take poelnn of the islmds, colo
nize tlrcm and twlrtett the native government.
CotHrdcrlng, therefore, tint the United State
ioa o very large a share of the intercourse
with those Witrxl., it f deemed not unfit
lo make the declaration that Ihi gov
ernment eek, nevertheless, no jieeulksr ad
vantage, no exclusive control over the Ha
waiian government, but is content with it
independent .existence, and ansioosly wishes
for it security ami prrnperity. It forbearance
in thi reaped, tinder the cireunrstance or the
very large Intercourse of their citiren with the
islind would Justify Ihi government, should
event hereafter arise to require it, in making
a deckled remonstrance against the adoption
of an opfiosile policy liy any other wwcr."
Thi vva followed by an Act of Congress
creating a commissioner to reside at the court
of Hawaii, the first appointment thereto
dating March 3, I Si J. This was looked upon
at a formal recognition on the rt nf the
United States, of these islands, which was
fully confirmed July 7th, I S f 1.
Until recently, the Hay of Hawaiian Inde
pendence has liccn one of general festivity
and rejoicing, as it deserved to be, for until
this anxiously sought boon was granted her, she
wn subject to the petty annoyances of adven
turers, and ovcr-rcalott commander of vessels
jealous for their countfics' rights. We trust
Hawaii may lone cnioy undisturbed, the full
enjoyment of this guarantee of her independ
ence, and that no tinwhc policy will lie follow
ed wherein she will jeopardize her interests.
The last California miil brought us the
news of the death of Frederick McCrcllish of
the Alia, which occurred October 31st, and of
James W. Simonton of the Call and lliillttin,
Novcinlier 21. Itoth have long liccn identified
witli the press of San Francisco, and arc well
known by reputation n the Islands. Mr. Mc
Crcllish liegan his journalistic career on the
Philadelphia LtJger, and on his arrival in Cali
fornia, in 1S52, again adopted his chosen pro
fession. He directed the course of ihe A Ita
from 1S56 until sickness prevented a few days
before his death. Mr. Simonton, one of the
proprietors of the CiZand llullttln, was nearly
sixty years of age, forty of which had been
spent in newspaper work.
If our friends across the water, and oppo
nents of the treaty, wish additional proof of
what has often been asserted relative to the
Ijcncfils to the United States from the growth
of trade and the variety of her products she
supplies us with, wc ask them to note the im
port list which wc give this week of the cargo
of tlie Suez from San Trancisco, which we
learn foots up a valuation of $128,723. Last
month's was the same, and the month before
not far short of it. All this, too, with the
regular monthly tripsof the Pacific Mail steam
ers, and the four lines of sailing packets that
have kept coming, each well loadetl with,
principally, coast produce, as also the two
lines of Fastcrn packets v ia Cape I lorn w ith
staple goods. We at this end of these lines
of trade realize the growth, and are ready to
admit the Ixmcfits arising to us from the work
ings of the treaty, and fail to see the consist
ency of those who would try to prove it a one
sided affair and an injustice to the United
States. When trade between the two countries
Crows in magnitude, so that little money passes
between them, it is reciprocal indeed, and this
is in reality the position Hawaii and the United
States stand in to-day. As our produce and
exports have increased, so have our wants and
imports, and the cargo referred to is a proof in
ON CORONATION INVITATIONS.
The following, describing the invitations
that hav e liccn issued for the King's corona
tion, is translated for the Press from an item
which appeared in the New Vork StMtj Zd
lung of October 12, 1SS2:
"If our snobs and sensational raving ladies
jv ill cram their purses with money and start
in time for Honolulu, they may have the pleas
ure of w itnessing a real King's coronation.
"Kalakaua lias begun to send invitations to
his coronation, which is to take place on the
1 2th of February, I SS3, and some of the most
prominent families of San Francisco can
already boast of hav ing Iieen so honorably and
"The invitations are printeel on white paper
(eight inches long liy fiv e wide), a scarlet rim
borderctl w ith gold forming the framing. At
the top is the Haw aibn coat of arms in gold
and colors ; underneath a sort of chimeric con
glomeration of heraldic emblems, with the
motto: ,'Na mauie ia iaaiwa ita ovm Evi
dently intendeel for Ua man ie ta 0 ia aiua i
ia fen). Kd., which likely says about as
much as: 'I am the tyrant yes, the tyrant of
"The invitations are enclosed in a light
green envelope, which has the Hawaiian crown
resting on a cushion as a seal."
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Owing doubtless to the very heavy pressure
of duties devolving on the loard of health,
they have not had time, since their mameuver
with the Niagara, to do more! for the "poor
critter" than witness its bombardment. The
bill of damtges like many other acts required
of the lioard is yet to be attended to.
T he evyuK objects to the publication of the
fact that "the city is full of leprosy." Great
heavens) what are vrc to do when the board of
health will do nothing to control it? nay more,
allows visitors and lepers to go back and forth
to the hospital grounds, almost ad libitum, and
In this way is conniving at its spread?
The very large deficiency reported in the
amount needed for prlic money for the races
of last vvK'k puts a very ludicrous face to the
affair. It is a pity after so much apparent en
joyment of a full day' sport to find it a forced
affair after all, with a great skeleton in its
Wishing the King all health and happiness
as he enter upon his forty-seventh year, it
would give many of his subject great joy to
learn that he was above the trilling sanities
that, tike a glittering toy, last but a day.
Torchlight processions by the paid army ami
Ihe subsidised volunteer military ami lire com
panics, lengthened out hy the small boys of
the city that are ever attracted by a light
don't go very far as an evidence of opulatity,
Tlie contra effect rendei. such efforts worse
than if they were not undertaken.
"A contemporary," says the TiTtr, "amuses
hU reader with an imaginary dialogue between
I'dipo and the Premier. The whole story U
invented from bcuming to end, without a
particle of founditkio." The readers of the
Pbis will fin.) another Uevullmeol to-day.
Tlie '7 iwruwidc no contradiction to the first
Interview between the .above parties. Was
that also without a foundation ol truth? We
have good ami sufficient reason for crediting
Mr. Hllpo' statements. Amt if it is simply a
matter of veracity between Illipo ami fiilon,
we and every one else who know both parties
well will take the word of the former in prefer
ence to (iibson's.
Weak jit are often discovered by Ihe
attempt made lo veneer them over. Hie
'77rtr, in It teport of Ihe the oliservance of
King' birthday, a on all like occasion, take
great Mirn to relit e that "the expression o
loyalty ami good will to Ills Majesty were
universal on ail sides." Reader abroad will
naturally think, by tending these forced para
graphs in laudation of the King, that there
must really I c vimc cause for their frequent
apiearancet and lo such reader we will say
(hat the nfckertlng toadyism of the '. C. A.
doe not add one whit to Ihe popularity of
King Kalakaua at home or abroad.
I'.IIITOK SATUtttlAy I'll (Ml Whose ll
net is it to attend to sidewalk and crossings?
Any (lertonilrunk, or soler, In broad daylight,
is liable to break a limb by passing on the
righthand side of Nmianu avenue, corner of
Kuktti place. It is terrible and shameful
Some one will get badly hurt, and then where
I the remedy? the owner of comer property
or the street stqiervisor ?
Many Kesidentsof the Avenue, who are com
icllcd to go home that way.
KlHTOR I'gr.s 1 Our acting Police Justice
at Koolautioko ha coveted himself with glory
glory enough for one person, ami wc of this
district would like to see him superseded by
On Wednesday, the 15th Inst., a civil suit
was instituted between Ihe llecia plantation
and one of their native laWcri. The difficul
ty arose about some misunderstanding in re
gard to time. The Deputy Sheriff represented
the native, taking his serial statement in re
gard to the matter. The book-keeper of the
plantation went to the Courthouse with the
intention of conducting his own case, and was
prepared to furnish his IkkiV in evidence. The
Court, however, peremptorily refused to allow
the liook-kcepcr to plead his case on the grounds
that the clothe that he wore were not good
enough to appear liefore the Court in. The
case was laid over for consideration.
Comment is unnecessary, although His
Honor heard some very (minted comments
about his conduct at the time. Wc would like
to know what is in store for us next.
Kaneohe, Nov. 18, 18S2.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
IIoholi LC, July 3, !&!.
All persons bavin? Water Privilege are notified that
their W7r Rates are payable semi annually, in ad
vance, at ire office of ihe Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Nuuanuu sfrect, upon the 1st day of
January and July of each year. C H. WILSON,
1 15 if Superintendent Water Works.
A. DE LA NUX
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
AtldreM. HONOLULU I'o-office. iCA-(m
Messrs. DILLINGHAM & Co.
invite attention to their large and
varied stock of goods suitable-for
They have just received new and
very complete invoices of SILVER
PLATED WARE from the cele
brated factories of the Meriden Co.
and the Middle toxtm Plate Co., in
designs entirely neto to this market.
Their stock of HO USE
FURNISHING GOODS is x-ery
complete and comprises many Novel
tiesa large variety of ALCO
HOL LAMPS, KEROSENE
STOVES, next' patterns in Lamps
and Chandeliers a fine selection
of TABLE CUTLERY; Feather
Dusters for all purposes; Brushes
of all kinds; superior House
They make KEROSENE OIL
a specialty, and are prepared to
supply Uirbest oil in color and test,
in quantities to suit, upon the most
wrors au poetis im
II Mnitrure, .igrlrulluml MmplrmmU,
raints, Oils Varts.es, Etc,
TORT STREET HONOLULU.
ErsOst SALTS, IN KOXEts OH
'ANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
No, 106 foil Street, HonoMu,
I'KiattMTS fBK Till iflAtOH, iM,
an tsf iU5fr AlsirTit(rr tft
I'mmrVM among Mtri h lh rr of
Books for 'oil Classes
A M If A IS K S
ART GOODSI ART CJOODS!
10 IIEAUTIFY All. HOMES
To GLAliOrV AIL !IATS,
IINE LEATHER GOODS, ALIIUMS.
Toy ssnd Fancy Good in variety.
Loochand Hand Itaslets,
Hand Nazi, plush and leather;
Whisk I!nisheand Holders,
Shawl and School Srrapt,
4 Circular tans, Li nickel, leather
and plush finish; SUV and
Handkerchief, Collar anil Cuff lto.es,
Stereoscopes and Views,
Rubber and Celluloid Sett of Comb
(brnth and minor) In leather and
Gill framed Mirrors.
Morroco, plush and olive-svood Work Itoxct and
Elnnieil E-clt. Cabinets Pk R-cks, Frame,
In a fine varwlf.
Framed Anoty-pe; Ideal Head-, plain amd hand-
painted. uorled Mm; framed Maxuary, at
sorted suet and subject ; Transparea
cie, 3 lint; anoher lot of
Artocjrpes tn chotcett
and laleW svubiecu.
can IV had with or wuboat frame; Itoto and Ftoral
Panelt, framed and nnframed ; It, on tlt
rnountt, with hand painting.
LEATHER GOODS, ETC.
Photo. Album, Auto. Album-, Card Albums as
sorted sue and style of binding; Leather Sachets.
Leather and Plash PocLetboo-. Leather. Tortot-ieL.
and Hah Card Cases ; Silk Uc, Cigarette and Ciffxr
Case; Iunes in leather, plush, etc; Inkstands t-ard
Cases Paper Weights Papetenes to latest style; Il
luminated Note Paper and Correpondence Cards
ntine Dls Brorue Goods; CHRISTMAS CARDS
In variety of subject $ figure, HoraL fern and emblem
aiic. plain and embued single pt in, and tuizlc and
douUe silk fringed. NLW EAR'S CARDS in simi
lar vanetie. Also. Birthday Cards and Floral and
i.inl Kewanl iarU
TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC,
" -jwi, mmismiwii., sK, -- "i"-i
Rocking Horses -boo rly Rockers Vekctpedes Hy
ckles, Tool Chests Billiard Tables Chairs Ioll
i-1.1, i..A.. tv n . ..w. r.,ir. i- ,.
Trunks Wash Sets DoiT Houses Heavy Artdlery,
Model FarntsIIuIdinxand other lUucks Ten Pin,
Steamboats, lui Toys in vancty. Railroads Hanks
1VJU and IVoIl Furniture, China and Umaruua Tea
Sets DoU Sundries heads, " shoes, hats etc.
Halls Tops Musical Instruincnts Water Colorv
Extension Bedueadt and Cradle, MarUe top Bu
PRESENTATION BOOKS AND TOETS.
The following Ii4 of Hook presents but a port sun of
the stock provided for the ants of this island com
Indian Sununer; Great Painter; Homely Scene; Sets
Wild t lower, ckx and tree elf. ; Leopold's Shakespeare,
da and hi elf-; Garden rUfwer. do and tree df.;
Utile Women, UL edn., tU. and d; Lucile. I1L edn.,
ckx, df. and rnur.; World at t loose ; American Pictures;
Indian Picture; English JNcturcs; Meducrrancan.
larks and Garden; Irvine's Sketch Hook; Laurel
..care; ucniof anu ucner; acnuicrs ty of the
Hell : Mont- Rctuch't Outline to Shalesoearv" Df-.
matte Works- Prince Beatncc Birthday Book; His
tory of Patntine; Paid Lecrota's Science and Litera
ture of Middle Age; Lijhteenth Century, and Arts In
the Middle An: Print Collector; 11m Unlserse; life
. I U.L. ? " 'it - C... 1. 1',... V-....
Night; li S ItelU; Moor'! fruh Melodic; Sous of
.vet en; Ubrary ot iiruiiA foets 2 rots., nn mor.;
HarergaT rVxms P-aia aifd hand palotctl coven;
Shadow of the Rock; Changed Cross hand painted
covers; Home, Sweet Home; Purple and Gold; Hol
land Complete Poems do. and hlf df.l Mr. Brown
tng't Poems do. and df.; Jean Ingtlow Poem;
Moore's Poems; Bayard Taylor's Poems: Holmes
Poem; Owen Meredith lxrru; Campbell's Poem;
Favorite !uem: Poetry of Flowers; Hater Sweet"
Kathrinx, Her Life and Mine; Coleridge' ISwm;
Byron's Poems; Thoeopsoo's Boemt ; Cowpt's IVxms;
Atdrkh's oems; Roger Poems; Lyttoa' Poems;
Auuwortn t focm ; uousmitn s ioems ; iictaan
Poems; Osuan Poems; Crabbc'i Poems; Homer
Odyssey r Pope Poems; Heit-rts Poems; KUlc
S hue' ioenu ; Shelley! Poems ; Songs, ucred and
dcsulonal; Longfello Poems; Teonysuo't IWms;
Golden l'wems; WanJsworth Poems; Dante Poems;
Dnfttng SfUwIULcs, pnem; New Songs foe luile pco
Ui Uttle IVooIe of the Snow; The Ro: Schools
and Masters of lalmintc : Around the Hub: Abide
WuhM; He Gimh llu Bck.ed Sleep; OpenSe
Mtue ; Lacclsior ; Wtiotng of the Water A itch ; Irxtty
I'eggy, and otrver uutausi lAtvsing low am Aunset;
Ins Stoddard's Poems: Tianali?pMS ; S-uiUt I'll
quettc; Hannah lan; Children of the Village; Can
lempurary An; Butvioa Town; Tht Shepherd Lady,
COMPLETE srrs nv STANDARD AUTHORS
HUiory of England, by Macaulay, j sols.
Wurks of Chartr I-Ubb, J .uls.
Macaulay Compteit Works t vols.
' ( Essay and Poems 1 tJs
Martincau s Huiorr of EAgUnd, s-J-Intng
Couplet Weeks -
HatooJUld' Works I- u
Dr. HcsUand Works 16 vol.
Tale fruas Foreign 1 onros 4 sols.
lVwui le Qtiuxey Works ol
Mrv.V. UT, Hlutneys Works n -vrs.
Nathaniel Hawthorns At'saks, IJ -
Knight' Hiaory of England, a vols
MtfUer's Dramatic Works ) vols.
IVstvout Classics, 4 Is
IUf llour wuh Best AutKors, ). vbk.br CKwUs
CKules Dickens Fuckr Edttlgn, it sves.
CsrhuQ kfathois vuls.
mm I jbrary Eduiss ju- Uw
Henry tK-dinf' V. oiks uls.
Shalsspcare Works by Kisight, vUs,
IjukI f tbe Midnighl Sun, a viik.
Cural Lands by Cuwper. stiv, tofo. UU.
Rstno U llUury, by R)u iUi!, It sly,
France, Spain and Ind-i vsU
Cawumscif the Ctd Wu, t vfs
The Kiisg't Secret, a vvk.
Ufc, Leiicn, Etc, U Gjrg TVkbjr, i vols,
Htoory U U Kosaju woder the Epvr.. I oH.
Lksiw Ri-t and a- uf ik Cotfcderata Usrurnt,
LkcRUiuw nJ Uterary Ms. of Great Britaia and
IreUnd, t vU.
AH eeden pvuaustJy tlUhded to, nj g(U Ux other
sUAd lfckd h tvt and shtrpd actig w awc
thjo. t til imtiuaidtis vhutdd U smu U gelnall
COR MS FRNlXO
lis CKrsf ISrtiUMrW
tr. a. 1 11 tr ix,
rjOlCri fHII'AlCII FOR Tllfi AiXiVK PORT
.VfteW RW(V .
pOR .K fra:ti&co.
IV A 1 AnOTssu ISsrtiemW
II. tr. AI.MV,
FVa . Mir
(JUICr. ttTlPAfCII FOR THE AISOvT, FORT
Fte rVefiht pnMM, apily
11; UWf I.F. CCttKr, Affi.
tWFO.V AND HONOLULU PACKET
lis, HwV ,
WW uR frwa IVrHnff it. rt Ml s abwt rbra
ry tsf. If toflfciVM wfsxinTtt arTrr.
frVrs6Wpfwftsly,1fftff2wrtAkeitr lis trwesl
islets Apply M Owfc. Drawer A Cm., Ksv t, Kitby
srrerl, IbwMfl, f 19
a IIREWER CO,
tjw utt1, Morsara-ws.
Ia At l(lkh AmMM
MA nn AS,
V. II. Ilf.wrr CMwuibiVr
IIONOKONf! OS OR AROirr IIFXKMIII R iSth
YtM frclKl or iamacc aifjJr in
if II. HACK'rXIIACO.A".!,
P"0R SAN FR,CISC0,
TK Arfwrkan ttjilientlrM
Will sail en of alt ifw ilth insf. Foe Fnicht or
rasvsge aptJr la C liRF.WKR A Lo.
A FRANK COOKK,
ACKHV F0 TH rOLIAWIKO CTItsrtX
GF.N SIFOEU KALUNA,
FLAR :-Ke. with Vrh'ut lull Off.ce cuoer of
fueert mtmt Nttu.no Street.
CKANIC .STK5ISHIP COMPANY
T)e At Briiish Steamer
Will leave San FraraciKo for Hooolaltt lh
9th Day of each Month,
Retnrninf from Honolulu on the smd tlay of each
montti. San t randsco Agents,
J 0. PRrCKELS A BROS.,
Honolulu Ajeols. jrr Mariet Sc,
Wx. O. IRWIN & Co. 04
pi.XNTF.irS LINK FOR SAN FRANCIStO.
mti:tri:n ,c Co., Aamt,
Merchandise receired Storae I ree-, arsi Cberal adx
aJrance. made on shipments by Ibis bfte.
I ME TA1ILE,
Steamer lilefilewill lease Honoisla each Tuesday
at 4 r St., toochinz at Lahaina, Maalaea ISar. Ma'.ena,
Mahukona, Kawaihae. LauDahoeboc and HiUl
Keturnm: will tooch ax all the abore Jwrtt, itnrmz
at llcoofulacachbonday A. SI
o$ WILDER & Co.
J Per Steamer Cly of New Vork,
SECOND LOT OF NEW GOODS
Bailey & Co.'s
GREAT TEN CENT STORE, 103 Forr SrttrT.
CORPORATION NOTICE At the anm
raectiOK of the Grose Ranch Plantation Co., hcI
ailheortexof II Hacl.feU&Ca., on ihe 14th of Oct
cUr. A. D. till, the follosnnc ofEcers srere elecled
for the foUoYiaK year:
Altbiu.S Haktsscu. . .. PresUent.
Thomas II. Ilotiox .Yk Prrssdem.
SANbroiiu IL Dole. . Secretary.
Iltx.r W. ScilMlriT. . .. Treastuer.
WlLLIAH O. astrTH .. . Auditor
-iu-4t- S. IL DOLE. Secretary
pUBLIC NOTICE I
The Undersigned, hating- purchased
From II. R!l. RUTH KEELIKOLAM.lhr Lands
U KOIIILIPALI and IIILKA, in h 1,
Havd, Kahua, Illhiu, and Rauapa.
Una, in Kohala, llaait. Was.
kaloa, Watakalc Ku-
Polsakuhaku, and Kaapaaula,
situated in llamakua, Hastaii, Hanaka
oo, and llonokoluui uuald on Maui, Kauhat,
suuatedon LanaL .Miolbe lots of tairS situated in
Honolulu, and known as the
WELDER svad CHVLAX ALOCS.
Notice is hereby si.en that all raociirs fallsst due for
rents of said land are payaUe I niy areiat, llw. G.
!,wJC. SAMULL PARKER.
Win he tecei.ed at the ofnee of lht uodersirned
onin noon, S.KTURUW, Ihe Jlh c No.Tr.Ur. iSSj
for a lease of ten Tears, from the si of December, iMj. ol
the premuc in Manoa Valley, bclonftn ta the estate
of Charles Lonx, decxascd. Otters of terms of lease
may be mad (or these prrauses other as a whole or
separately, fo one, two or three of the fuOswinr ditis
sonsof Ihe same, L e.:
First The Homestead and Lot beiongiof iherrto.
Second The Kula lanj. uh the H "". and
other improTemerAs ihcreon.
Third The Kalo and Rice catches, siih the rice
now crowtsf tn then.
PuuesAsoa ta he ti.en isanMsttsrely. Sarseys nd
deeds at esprie of leMce.
Rents payable semi-annually, in adrancc.
The undersirned resertes la himself Ihe tijU 10 de
cline any or all tenders, either for the whUe U the
prenu.es, or foe any or all of Ihe setural. Us as abuse.
I or further paniculars, apvry la
"S-J Admr. Lale of Chai. Loo.
1TJL A BERT O. EUS
WILL HAVE CHARGE OF MY BUSINESS
Durin( my absenc from the Islands.
a P. ADAMS.
Honolulu. Norember it. iHe.
QOMETHING NEW UNDER THB SUN.
Made Eiprrssly for these Islands t
Back! Daat PsmItsm,
scl Dirt EcltU .
CM.IFORNIA KID LACE,
VELVET EMUROIDERLD SLIPPERS (Oyer.)
I fStatl UKHIi V .,
lisrosfan. new Hoc.
ladies lUJe Ballon Crouael SKoes.
W tsses" nd UuUww Slwxs. etc.
rt ,t. c . it. .: 1 1 -.., ..,
, .v. ww. m(iu . sHKa s. tuer. ana
fients and ChAlren. MIOLS, t", masufactured u
my order for lass maiUl.
j. 11. n:cu,
No. M Kixn srstvr.
"O PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I.VTEKESrED'lN SUGAR CULTURE.
'."sH0? Pltk' f the M SUaR
M..fc Nnu.ui.it, tne oniy A.IMSV.Ih.1 UesUerl la
llu. indisslry, Uis ta bUsfy lt ihe kst U 1U1 wdl he
'- -v-. ". . ..awiy in, toe ast jt 1.
orarwa y tae ISKeavUr Wmi mad, and it is d.
sited la hat. laleadsssf
Miied in Ism iherstees it has been buad lUhVtdl Id
caAAf ie issi slssnas in year h a part SAiy , i ta s.
" li P"
, vUA. fie.
Sulatfribers deslaiaur la diaaaatiass. ii anv. will .b4
pkas adstse U Issae.
THOS. a THUUhl