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I ' 1 in ! y m i ti i WEEKLY EDITION. If ( I S'l X C I (f YoL XXX.-No. 22. The Weekly Pacific Commercial gtducrttHcr IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING-. To- n ami Island Subscription, when paid in ad vance, 5 a year; $2.50 for six months. foreign Subscriptions, $6.50 per year, Including postage. THE DAILY Pacific Commercial Advertiser. Pr annum $8 00 fHx menths 5 00 Per month.. 100 Daily andWeekiy together to one subscri ber, perannam.....mM 12 00 SCBSORU'TIOXS ! VA3LK ALWAYS IM A1VANCK. Communications from all parts of the Pa cific will always be very acceptable. nr Persons residing in any part of the United States can remit the amount of subscription dues tor these papers by Postal Money Order. BY AUTHORITY. Mr. L Severance has been appointed Collector of Customs for the Collection District of Ililo, Island of Hawaii, his Commission dating from the Istday of September, A. D. 18S4. CURTIS P. IAUKEA, Collector General. .Approved: J. M. KAl'OA, Minister of Finance, Office of Collector General of Custom. .November 18th, 1SS1. 2G8-wdec 2 . . Friday, November 23, 1534, being the anni versary of the recognition of Hawaiian Indepen dence by the Governments of Great Uritain and France, w ill be observed as a Pubiie Holiday, and nil public oTlices thronghout the Kingdom will bo closed. CIIAS. T. GULICK. Minister of Interior. Interior Oflice, Nov. II, 1SS I. 2fi. no25w Interior Department. Jonathan Austin, i:.sq., has this day been ap pointed Commissioner of Patents for the Hawaiian Islands. CIIAS. T. GULICK, Minister ef Interior. Interior Onice, Nov. 11, 134. 2G5 wde2 NOTICE. All persons authorized by law to perform the marriage ceremony in the Kingdom are hereby Informed that agreeably with the provisions of an Act on the subject, approved on the 2Uth of Angust, 1S34, the blank forms necessary for mak ing their quarterly reports of mairiages to the Board of Education, will be furnished on applica tion to the ofhee of the Board. W. J. SMITH, Secretary. JVpt of Education, Nov. 6. 1SS4. 246w no25 Auction Sale of Awn Licenses. There will be sold at Public Auction on WEDNESDAY the 3rd day of December, 1334, the following Awa Licenses for the term of one from January 1st, 18 fo. Oalin. Honolulu 3 Walalua 1 Koolaup4K 1 Ewa and Waianae 1 Maui. Wailuku - Hana 1 Makawao 1 Molokai and Lanai 1 Hawaii. Hilo 2 N. Kehala. .. 1 Kauai. Hanalel 1 Kawaihau 1 Waimea 1 LIhue 1 Keloa - 1 The Licenses for the Island o Oahu will be sold at the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, jn Wednesday the 3rd day of December 1884, et 12 o'clock noon. Those for the other Islands will be sold In their respective districts on the same date and at snch place aa shall be designated by the several Sheriff or their DepuUes. Upset I'rlce. Fer Honolulu, $00 for each license; for Hilo and Wailuku, for eacli !k-r-n,. And fr a!l the other districts above named, 100 for each license. TERMS. A deposit ef 25 per cent, upon the fall of the hammer and a forfeit of said deposit should the full amount of license not be paid within ten days frem the date of sale. (Signed) CIIAS. T. GULICK, Minister of Interior. Interior Office, Nov. 10, 1884. 250 de2 HONOLULU, NOTICE. Tlie WorliPn Industrial anil Centen nial Exposition. In compliance with an invitation from the Sec retary of State of the United States of America, the Government proposes to send to the above naiu?.I Exposition, about to be held In New Orleans, as ample a representation as may be found possible of the products and manufactures of this Kingdom. An appeal Is therefore earnestly made to all persons engaged In Agricultural and Industrial pursuits to furnish specimens for Exhibition showing their products In all the stages ot growth and of manufacture. All private exhibits will be taken charge of and forwarded to and from the Exposition by the Government free of Expense to the Exhibitor. The exhibits will be In the custody of Special Commissioners, who will attend to their display, and see that they are properly cared for. A limited number of forms for applications for ay ace hive bt;a received by the Government, together with papers explaining the rules to be followed by Exhibitors, and the facilities which have been provided for their benefit. These will be furnished to intending Exhibitors on applica tion being made to the Secretary of the Foreign Office. Those who have not the opportunity of obtaining these blanks should send a written statement to the Foreign Office, giving a concise description of what they are going to send, and stating what amount of space will be required for its proper exhibition. Packages containing exhibits for transmission should be sent to tho Government before the 27th Instant, addressed as follows; New Orleans Exposition, care of Hawaiian Government, Honolulu. From sender's name and address) and advice of the same sent to the Secretary of the Foreign Office. If any intending Exhibitor requires an extentlon of the time for sending in exhibits, notice of the same should at once be given. The Government have received an assur ance that all the latitude In this respect that is possible will be granted by the Management of the Exposition. Any further information required may be ob tained by writing to the Secretary of the Foreign Office. WALTER M. GIBSON, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Aliiolani Hale. Nov. 11, 18S4. 252 tf-wno25 LIST OF LICENSES Expiring in tlie Slontli of" November, 1881. It ETA 1 L OAII U. 0 John Cuuha, Nuuaiiu street Chin Yeo Kou, Nuuanu street Leong Sing. cor. King and Punchbowl streets LumWonKee. Waimalu, Ewa Jim Hee, Hotel street I, Alo, Nuuanu street Hop Hing, corner Nuuanu and Reretania sts Hop Hiug, Beretania street John Keaupuni. Koolauloa J Emuleth it Co, Nuuanu street Hop Shin, Kalihi-uka George Lucas, Fort street A M Mellis, Fort street Asee. Waianae ; More & Co, King street Pe Nam Tong & Co, Hotel street . Pon Chee fc Ahung, Fort street E P Adams, Queen street ; Lo Sam Sing, Nuuanu street Wm Wenner & Co, Fort street A Tim, Fort street ' Holhster fc Co, Nuuanu street Wo Chen, Emma street " Mrs 2 F liurgess, Fort street D Homley, Nuuanu street T G Thrum, Fort street Ho Pau, Beretania street Joe Enos, King street Wo Kui, King street Kwoug Hing & Co, Walalua Ah Sin, King street Chin Kee, Ulakoheo, Honolulu Nee Wo Chan , Maunakea street Wo Kan, Emma street Ah Swan, Nuuanu street Ton King, Emma street See Hop Wo & Co, Maunakea street Allen & Robinson. Queen street Fut Kee, Emma street C Hustace, King street Chang Ming Tong, Hotel street IlETAI li HAWAII. 1 8 8 10 10 11 13 11 15 15 15 17 17 17 IS 21 21 22 22 22 2 25 27 29 30 30 1 c Y Alona, Tapalkou, Hilo 4 Chong Kong Leong, Naalehu, Kau 5 Chung Peut Punaluu, Kau 9 A B Bartlett, Hilo 10 Wong Wo, Waiakea, nilo 13 Kwong Sam Sing & Co, Laupahoehoe, Hilo 15 Wo See, Hilo 20 Shlng Kee & Co, Laupahoehoe, Hilo 22 Manuel R De Sa, Hilo . RET A III KAUAI. 1 Chlng Moon fc Tock Chow, Hanalel 4 J D Nell, Koloa 5 A W Maaiohu, Koloa 6 Akeona, NawiliwIII 22 nn See YIck & Co, Elele RETAIL MAUI. 1 Ah Nee Guy, Waikapu 11 S W Kaal fc Co, Hana 13 Leong Hong, Wailu-.u IS C II Afook, Lahalna 25 Harold Giles, Wailuku 27 C J Fishel, Wailuku WHOLESALE. 1 W G Irwin A Co, eor Queen and Fort streets 3 J T t II Waterhou.se, Queen street 7 JTAH Waterhouse, King street 8 Kon Chee & Ahung, Fort street 12 Tarn Yuen fc Co, King street 24 Quong Sam Kee & Co, King street 30 C Hustace, King street BILLIARDS. 2 James Dodd, Pantheon Saloon 2 W Hooknanui, Kukuihaele 11 Manuel R De 8a, Hilo H. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1884 C'AIiE 1EIILIX; 19 Lo Mail 19 Akoni WHOLESALE SPIRIT. 10 Wing Wo Chan fr Co, Nuuanu street I)ltl. 20 Dr R McKibbin, Queen street 29 C H Wetmore, Hilo . BUTCHER. 1 C K Kapule, Makawao, Maui 1 George M Raupp, Hotel street VI Alex McBride, Koloa, Kauai 1G George Hall, Kohala, Hawaii 20 HIel J Kapn, Lahalna. Maul W H Rice, Lihue, Kauai BOAT. 6 George C Beckley, Hilo, Hawaii AUCTIOX. 7 C Bertleman, Hanalel, Kauai 8 J B Grant, Kapaa, " 12 S P Kewe, Waimea, 17 W E H Deverill, Hanalel, 18 W E H Deverill. Lihue, FIRE ARMS. 6 H Waterhouse, Honolulu ( 8 Alfred Brown, 17 W J Forbes, 17 W Wall, 21 H M Whitney, Jr, LIVERY STABLE. 10 Fashion Stables, Union and Hotel streets VICTUALING. ICY Alona, Papaikou, nilo 4 Chong Kong Leong, Naalehu, Kau 6 Akiona, Nawlliwili, Kauai 13 Quong Song Sing fc Co, Laupahoehoe, Hilo 14 Apana Hapal, Punahou, Hilo 15 Jay Chee, Beretania street 17 Chong Fo, Koloa, Kauai 17 Young Hee, Wailuku, Maui 21 Kwong Hing & Co, Walalua, Oahu 21 WongQuIng, King street 29 Chee Man, Pueo, Hilo 23 A Jim, Halawa, Kohala PORK BUTCHER. 9 Chlng Yun, Wailuku, Maui PEDDLING. 13 E E Bailey 27 Wm Wenner. Tuesday, November 25. TECHNICAL EDUCATION. A reasonable amount of success seems to have attended the efforts of the Board of Education to add to the other branches of education provided for the youth of the country some measure of instruction in the useful arts! When the President of thft Board was at Lahaiualuna lately Mr. Hitchcock was able to give him grati fying assurances of the interest taken by the boys in learning constructive arts. The original supply of tools sent there had already been twice supplemented, and still he felt con strained to ask for more, as.everyjboy now wants to be allowed to handle a tool. This request of the principal LaspAve understand been complied with. From the workshop at La hainaluna many other schools have been supplied with necessary furni ture, such as desks, blackboards, etc. The agricultural work, which was always a feature of this institution, is still continued, and .the taro re quired for the use of the school and certain other things are raised by the labor of the boys themselves. At the Reformatory School, field work has always been in vogue. Almost all the supplies for the school are thus provided,, also a certain quantity of bananas for the market. At various times other work has been carried on. So far as carpentry is concerned, thi3 has been revived under the present Board. Forms, tables, desks, shelving and a very creditable bookcase have been turned out by the elder boys. Besides this, much repairing has been done, the lofty fence which now surrounds the school yard has been erected anol some sheds built. There is one car penter's bench, and the supply of tools is sufficient to keep about half a dozen of tlie lads busy at the same time. This, as things stand at pres ent, seems to be about all the imple ments that ean be utilized, as a large majority of the boys are too young to use them properly. Altogether about eight of the older ones have become capable workmen. The beds for the THIS PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. . . establishment are also made on the premises and some of the boys are quite proficient at the art. Experiments like these can only be successfully carried on at boarding schools. Work of the kind has been inaugurated some time ago at the Hilo Boarding School, which is an establishment not under the control of the Board of Education. Help has been given to the school in the way of funds, and an application for tools is under consideration, and will no doubt be acceded to. In connection with certain day schools, also some field work is carried on. The law allows vacant lots of Government land to be so utilized until wanted for other purposes. The great difficulty in the way of the extension of this system lies in the absence of reliable markets for the produce. ' What has been attempted may therefore be said to have met with encouraging success. If, however, Technical Education is to become a reality here, an Institution devoted to it must be started at the capital, where alone a sufficient mass of pop ulation is gathered together. Here it would not be necesary that the pupils in many branches of instruction should be boarders. By a system of evening classes the school could be made useful to a large number who have passed their school age for primary education, and among these would probably be found the boys and men who would reap the largest amount of benefit from it. The idea of establishing of such a school has the warm support of the President and the other membersof the Board of Education, and they proposed to ask the Legislature for funds for the purpose during the last session. In the general paring down of the es timates, before they were presented to the Assembly this item with some others of importance had to be set aside. We sincerely hope that it will be revived, and that within a moderate space of time we may see an Institute of Technical Education in our midst. We feel sanguine there would be no lack ot pupils. RECEPTION AT I0LANI PALACE. On Honda" evening, pursuant to an nouncement. His Majesty the King held a reception at the Palace in honor of his Birthday. The Palace was brilliantly lighted for the occasion, and the principal avenues in the Palace grounds were illu minated by torches placed at short in tervals. The King street and Iiichard street gates were thrown open, and a large crowd of onlookers scattered through the lighted portion of the grounds to watch the arrivals, and enjoy the cool air of a pleasant evening. The Koyai Hawaiian Band was in attendance, and disconrsed a variety of lively music. The King's Guards were drawn up in front of the Palace to do the customary honors to the official personages who attended to con gratulate His Majesty on his birthday. His Majesty was attended on this occa sion by His Excellency John O. Dominis, Governor of Oahu ; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn ; Hon. A. F. Judd, Chancellor of the King dom ; His Ex. Walter M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Premier ; His Excel lency Charles T. Gulick, Minister of the Interior ; His Excellency Paul Neumann, Attorney-General ; His Honor Lawrence McCully, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court ; His Honor Benjamin H. Austin, Second Associate Justice of the Supreme Court ; Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, President of the Legislative Assembly ; Colonel Hon. Charles H. Judd, H. M.'s Chamber lain ; Colonels C. P. Iankea and James H. Boyd, and Major A. llosa, of H. M.'s Staff; and Major Edward W. Purvis, Yice-Cljamberlain. The Adjutant of the Household, Isaac L. Kaiama, was also in attendance. At 8 o'clock His Majesty received Major James H. Wodehouse, Her Britannic Whole No. 1500. Majesty's Comniissioiler nnd Consul Geueral ; Monsieur Henri Peer, Consul and Commissioner of the French Repub lic ; Senhor A. de Souza Canavarro, Consul and Commissioner for Portugal ; Monsieur Georges Bouliech, Secretary to the French Legation ; Mr. D. A. McKinlay, Consul for the Unitd States of America ; Mr. F. A. Scbaefer, Consul for Italy, and Deau of the Consular Corps ; Mr. John H. Puty, Consul for the Netherlands and Consul for Belgium ; Mr. It. W. Laine, Consul for Mexico, and Vice-Consul for Spain ; Mr. H. R. Macfarlane, Acting Consul for Denmark ; Mr. T. Rain Walker, Acting British Vice-Consul ; Mr. C. A Us , Commercial Agent for tht JChineso Enpr ; and Mr. Goo Kim, Assistant Coinuieiciui Agent for the Chinese Empire. . After the reception of the Diplomatic and Consular Corps, His Majesty received Government officials and the public until 10 p.m. The following ure the names recorded in the Reception Book : Herman, Bishop of Olba; F Leonor Foue suel, V G: F Clement, Sylvester Ilappers, Brother G Bertram, Brother Vf Lambort, Rev W A Swan, W O Atwater and wife, II W Auld, W U Aldrich. W Auld, J Austin, E P Adams. W W Adams and wife.i mi and wife, W F Alex- Angus, J ZO ' Mrs L B Austin, Mrs ander, Mrs J Angus, J M Arnold, J W Anderson, W L Bartlett, OA Brown, J W n Brown, G C Beckley, M Brown, C O Berger, Capt Babcock.W J Ben nett, W n Burgess, Mrs Berry, W Babcock, B F Bickerton, G E Boardman, F L Clarke, T B Carpenter, M D, and wife, W B Castle, S M Damon', Miss Davis, G L Desha, J S Emerson, G L Fitch, M D. E C Fish bourne, A Fernandez and wife, II Fuller and wife, E Freshfleld, Jr, W Foster, J Gillaumo, L L La Guerre, A Gunning, 11 Jay Green, Miss Hoag, Miss F Hoag, J W Hay, M Hyman, C Ilasselman, C T Hoyt and wife, F II Hayaclden, ' J A Hassinger, A B Ilayley, II Johnson, Capt F W Jerome, Capt Jackson and wife, P Jones, ltev A F King.F C Lowrcy, II Len and vife, E B Lee, G Lucas. M Louisson, J Lyman, T It Lucas, Miss F M Lack, 11 M Mossman, D Manaku, C Michiels, S Molier, J Mcrscburg, W B McAllister and wife, J A McCandlcss, T Molong, J M Monsarrat, A Mc Intyre, F Mclntyre, Miss, Orst, S Parker, F S Pratt, U F Ilising Miss M L Bobcrtson, J W Robertson, F Sor renson Jr., J Swarkeham, J W II Sopcr, M Scott and wife, O C Swain, A H mith, II Smith, J II Smith, G E Smithies, I Q Tewksbury, A N Tripp, Mrs Wilson, J E Wiseman, Marion Webster, II M Whitney J S Webb, G W Yarick. MISREP RESENTATI0N. Wednesday's Gazette contains the following: "Had not tho Minister of Foreign Affairs retreated from his position, neither the Foreign Com missioners nor the Consular body would have attended the reception." The editor of the Gazette does not appear to be very well informed as to the functions of a Minister of Foreign Affairs. The above statement is an entire misrepresentation of facts. The Minister of Foreign Affairs had nothing to do with the arrangements for the reception on the King's birth day, and took no position from which he had to retreat. The notice for the reception at the Palace on tho 17th inst. was issued by His Majesty's Chamberlain, and was identical in terms with the one issued by the same functionary for the reception at the Palace ou 28th Nov. last year. According to official etiquette, wtyen His Majesty is pleased to receive the representatives of foreign nations the Chamberlain informs the Minister of Foreign Affairs upon the subject, and the latter conveys the informa tion to the members of the Diplo matic and Consular bodies. The function of the Minister of Foreign Affairs in such matters is but to see that the representatives of other countries have a properly discrimi nating distinction shown to them at all State ceremonies to which their presence is invited, and this duty the Minister fulfilled to the entire satis faction of the gentlemen interested.