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Xfc, World. Indnttrial anS Cottem
la compliance 1A mn laTllatlon from the hee retary
r State ol the lulled Stalea of America, the Uorern
jeeat props" to eend to the .bore nimnl Ezpeeltlon
about to be beM In If ew Orleans, ! ample a
may '" town. possible of tbcprodocts and
manufactures or tali Klnrdom
An arpeal l therefore earnestly mad to all personl
.ngsted In Agricultural "T Industrial panulll to for
ale. ipeclmens for Exhibition, shorfinj their productl
In all the rtaztt of jrrewlh tod of mantfacture
All PTitale exhibit trill be taken cherre of and for
warded to and from the Exposition by the Oorrrnmeut
free of extieuie to the exhibitor The exhibit! will be
tnlhecnltodyof Special Commissioners wboitlll attend
to tbrtr display and ere that thsy are properly
A Halted number of form for application for lyaee
her been reedred br the Onerrnraent toKrtber with
Iperi xplatnlnetha nllei to be followed bj exhibitor!
and the hare been proiid'd for
their beneal. There will be furnished l intcadlnr. ex.
bib ton em application belnc made to the SeercUry
the Foreini Offlee Thosowho hare not tbe oppertnn.
Ityof these bUnV! should tend a written
etatenenttothe iorelm Onlte, jritln; a concise d
ncriptionof whit they are somrtosen and itatlne
what amount ,rf space will be required for In proper
Facla;e! ronuialns exhibit! for transmission
sboald be eenl to the itovernment before S'thlnsUnt
address, d as feHows
ew orleams exposition.
Care of Ha. alian OoTerumenl
I torn (Wider frume naf .(MrcM).
And adrlee of the earae to the the
"orelioaee If any Intending exhibitor rctinlrei an
extenion of the time f or tending In exhibit!, notice
of the me should at once be sl7en Tlie (.orcrnment
bare receleed an assurance that all the latitude In thi!
res pect thit ll poiWe will be -rant-d by the
U7" Any farther Information required
Ulned by wrltlngtothe heeretary of the lorrlrn Office.
WALTER M tllnON .
Minister of Fvrrirn Affair!
Alllolanl Hate. Hinder ISSI IDT,
On and after Monday, the ITth of orember, the
road between kmhatau ami Kaalaea Xoolaupoko,
Iilaed of Oaha rdll be closed to carriage trafflc durlny
the repairing or lie brHrr T A LIO 1 1,
IWB It IloadhnperrieoT
Au. persons antberlaed by law to perform the mar
rlajre ceremony In the Kingdom are hereby Informed,
that arrreabty with the protisione nf au Aft nn the
subject approeed on the Sflh of Auzuet. I8SI the
blank form! necessary f,r taaVInc; their quarterly re"
port! of roarrias lo the Ituartl cf Education, will be
famished em applieatinn to the oSice of the board.
. 4AS l-MITH,
Pert of Edralloo. Nwr J, 11 103 3t
(tntifwc Tiwtrrs. has been thi! day Commissioned
aa recond District Jisder for the District of -Han, 11a
OSr t Hawaii, Oct 1. 1Sh hoi it
Joan L KanaarKor. ba! boen thi day Coraml
aioned at thelttandof Ilanali.ln place of
t.oTernnef of Hawaii
Approrcd WaLTenM Gia'-os,
Acting Attorney Orneral
OBceUotetneeeof Uawall.Octn.l'fll KM 31
Ucetuet Expiring in November, 1884.
1 John t anlia. Noaaim elreet lionoln
2 Chin lee Kon,auann street
-1 1eoncMnc cor Kinand I'unchbowl rte
x Lsm Vton Kee.almaln Lwa
"Junllee Hotel street "
1 LAlo. Nuuann street
1 Hop lllnr, eoennana and Iretanlaels
Hop 111ns. Ileretanla street -
"i John Keaupnnl, Koolauloa
J Emalelh Xle, nnann street
a Hop !hln. kalihl oha "
; ..coreeLiHi! Fort street '
AM Stelll, ort elreet
Klnj street "
C on I Lee X Ahonj;, I orl etrett
Cr Adams Veen street ,
10 UranMnc naannetreH 1 I
l Wmenneri.l,o lotteleeet
l A Tim lort street -If
llollliter A to. Nunanuelreet
1 Wot hen rmmaslreet "
t Mrs N 1 Ilursess. lort street
1 II ItiHoley.Ttucann street M
r TUTbnm I otl street
t lto Pan, rereUn street M
t Joe I nos kt&c street
t W o Kol. kinc street H
1 Xta. Walalaa
rtAbMn; klnt flroet
"3 I htn kre I iaLobeo -
?Jeelolbn MiauaVea street
S H o kah Lmma street
tt hwan Nnaanuatreet
C Ton kin" kmma elreet s a
lee Hop Ho A.lo , Maunslea atteet u
J" ".Urn AHoblnson Vaeen street
a 1 ut ker Emma street M
XI t Hnstsc KIbc street "
J than Hotel street
t 1 roa l'aiail.ou,llllo
4 t bone knn: lenc aalehn, kau
Vbunclu Ianaluu kan
Mil lUMIelt. HIM
IJ W one o, alaLea, Hllu
? Kwoneham MncXCo LaapahoeLoe, Ililo
I Woo bee, Ilisn
91 Miknc Kee A , lMSpahoeboe, IllM
! Manuel It He M llllo , -
t hinr Moon XTtsckt ho, llanalel
4 J It Veil koloa
-J Tt Xaksbo koma
V "-an fclkllU, I.ltTle
II h W Kttlftto Il.nt
I t Lmnj lloec. W ailnLn
III II Moot, Idikaina
& HarohK.ilre Walloku
t J li.liel, W.ll.ku
I W Irwin csr (jiseen and Ion sl Honolulu
a J T A II ttaterhtsase liseen street
, J T A II It aterhone klnr street
lloallecJL kBC IVtt street
It Tam loen A I o km; elreet
M Qon bum kee Jt Uo klw: street
1 kloff street
1 Jtnn llodd I'tnllaeon hatonn Honolulu
J W llooVntnul htknltitele. Hamal.ua Haoali
1 MtauelIlIcr.a,llilo -
t .in; ii imi.iMi.
ti hum k i.i. in 111 r.
.0 w ln;toChan A Utuuann street Honotuln
a Ih- R VrklbWn. tiueen street
31 HWelmore lllio
It tleorre Hall KokaU
I k kapale, MtVawao
t tleorre .M lUapp, Hotel etfeet
II Alex KcHnde, k
S Hiel J ktpu.Ukalwa
SI W H Rlee. Uhne
t orre 1. llechley, IIIVo
I Rrrlbwan Ilaulel
4 It Grant. Kapta
li sTKftr Walmtm
I" W E II neeerUUIUMlei
t W r II nererltl. Llhne
a fl W aterhoase
1 W J rorbes
ID WW all
a 11 X Whitney Jr
10 raihion Mab, Union and liotel atreeti Honolulu
It TAIona rapaUou. l'Ho
4 I koa: Naalehu, kau
a Aalona, aalliwlll
ts coon: ronc Mn;&Co Iepahothoe
1 Apaaa Htpal. renahoa, Illlei
I JaeChee Berelanla street
1 Chonclo. Koloa
Kwonj Ulns A (.a, W alilaa
a Wonj Vine, ktar street
SCheeJtan 1'ato llllo
3 AJIm. Illlla,Kohtl
II E E Bailer
T" Wm w enner
Mn.1 L ClAnK baa tsren appointed by the Board of
Education of the Oensns of I8SI, for
ike Clnrhrm n JA. MITII. ecretary.
Dept e.1 EdoeaUon ion It
IIo J L Kta.rKoc has this day been ajpolated
an Axent to take Acknowledgements to Contracts for
Labor in the Dlftrkt of Illki. Island of Hawaii
OI1V T bLLICK,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Offlee Orl SsIi.I'nM. ja
Ice is berrby that It. F Illckerton, 3t P.
Uoblnotm and M U Mmitarrat hare been appointed
lomralrsionrr to make compensation for the
rertala land and ater In the Naklkl alley foe the
Bonolnln tl ater t ork.. in accordance with Cfaaptrr 30
of the Iaa of IKS. UI claims most be filed In ac
cordance with each notice as the raid Comnfltiionen
shall publish CUAs T Ol LICK,
ailnlster of Interior,
S-"We Is hereby riven that all
nrtllerea In XaVIll allrr Island
of Oahn, and the
land named In the fechcdnle herunnder noir orrnod
Ve vrlrmte lodleklnals. are herrbr emiflebined and
takes, for Ike rmbllc osc for tha Ilonolnln a ater orks
tjTlrtaeofan Act To aothoriae the Minister of the
Interior to lake possession of whatererland and uater
saay be recjalrcd for the use of the Ilonolnln Water
Watts" approved - O 19oU,atdameoicd
lrJUt to amend some appiorrd Aaxnel 3d Ju D 1873.
All Ualma for compensation by reason of the taking of
lh fee of aald landa and the water prirllesee con
nected xhcrewltL w for the past nee of the same by the
IrtW element mast be presented wllaln thirty day from
October Elchtrd P. Blckmoii, at hit
oSce, Xcrchaat ttreet, Ilonolnln
X. r KOBISiiON,
31. D. JlOXSAllRAT
bcfcedaltiiif tofj t
Xastula. J -
Opu and leks of (he ssme.
Asa all rranta and Vulctmi within the llmiU of
illilkl Valley 1032 St
.. ...in.n. of the Birthday of III" STiJZTT
Tr Err,Sorember 16th,falllns on Sunday; SON
DAT. Sorember 17th rill be oDeerreu . -'""
ti.iu.. ..j .ii nubile offlcci thronsliout th"
dots will be, clo'Cd on that day.
ciias. t. auucK,
Jtlnldcrol the Interior,
lnterict Office. Oct lOlh.lSSI 11 M
Depnxtment of Finance.
The following pcrfons hire been eommlttloned i
Taxollectori f or I'M
rnna.... ... ... - .
MoloWal and Lanal
O 11 tnce
, .J PanWalinl
. . Aia kanlla
.VT B Keann
.x K llotriil
...C W P Kaeo
.1 G Hoaplll
. I) Slatalla
JNO X K&TESK,
JUnltter of Finance.
Treatory Department Oct. Sd, ISil 1
llolkuixix, Aug Soth, 1B8Z.
Noliee U hereby civen that application! for any
portion of the NEW OOVEIIMIEXT LOAN np lo
lint ireajury, lue
r.ie of mtereet le Sxed at () blx per cent per annum
payable and the Bond! are exempt from
JNO K KAI E7A,
(jvj Minuter or finance
narARTnErr or 1
Aosnst In, 1144 i
In accordance with an Act to KeRulale the Currency
approredJnlylTIh IW1 notlcr i. Icrebytiren that
for alxtydiyi from thlidile, ellrer coin! of all denomination",
excel tins ellier coins of tht Hawaiian
Kingdom and or the Lnlled latci will be rcccircd
at the Treasury at their nmlnal ralne In exchange for
Han allan Coin! at their nominal lalne
bectlon 3 of thr I urrency Act aleo provides thai from
and arter December ltU 1881 cold and fllrer coin!
otl er than tha come ot the I nlted Slates and the Ha
walian Kingdom shall be reeelred In the Treasury at
a rale not exceeding their bullion ealne for OoTcrn
went does, duties and laxee
JNO I K.MENA
lOi y, Mtnislcr of Finance
EST MODTJB I J. ItKUCS
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBElt 12. 1681
Otm American newspapers are full of
"news" and prophecies about the Presi
dcntial clixitions Upon reading the re
publican journals no leel entirely assured
of Blame's election Uy reference to the
democratic newspapers, it appears that
there can be no particle of doubt of Cleve
Carl Schurtz's recent speech in Boston
is a Blirring appeal to the independent
republicans to vote for Cle eland Xout
The prophets will soon be certain about
the working of the gold law If it shall
work well, as wo think will bo the case,
those who forcbaw evil in it can bay that
things never turn out as one thinks they
will, and morooicr. that the never ex
pectod thatthej would'
If gold shall command a premium it
will not however, be the fault of the bank
of Bishop A. Co Vi'e do not anticipate tho
slightest disturbance of tho moneymarkct
with ench ablo financiers to deal with tho
question as composo that firm
It high time that the matter of
leases should bo brought before
public notice. It is long sines there havo
been any notices given of leasing goi eminent
property, and jet there is government
properlj standing idle at tho present
moment AVhat is tho reason of this carelessness
A good agent does not allow
properly to stand empty, but is on tho
lookout for a new tenant as soon as nn old
one leaves Now w e nro informed that
quito receutlj the government lost a good
tenant merely because tuey would not
to an application which was made for
renewal of lease There was certainly
great laxity shown in this matter Why
hhould there bo a loss of income to tho
countrj becaui.0 of tho carelessness, idleness
or want of courtesj of a Minister It
matters not, that compared with tho sen
eral revenue of the country, the amount
received Irom leases is small , tuo principle
is tho same, and tho Minister is derelict in
There is just ono little rift within the
political lute here, and wo trust it may
grow a little larger and niako tho music of
tho present incumbents of office mute It
is well known that Colonel Allen was a
warm personal friend of tho lung, and
mat as lar as Ins own leclingb were con
corned the King would noer hatodis
mihsed him Tho King then must have
acted purely on tho advice of his Ministers
when ho sanctioned tho acts of Kapena,
Gulick & Co If tho King is willing to
listen to tho advice of such evil men as are
now his Cabinet counsellors, purcl on
constitutional grounds, he will probably
bo willing to listen to reason from
a Cabinet comwscd of nronor materials.
The question really is how much of the
lato changes camo from tho Ministers, how
niucu irom uie .tungi n no is ll wno nos
tho bit between tho teeth and is riding
headlong to tho devil? That question can
not bo answered just nt present, though
wo nil know that tho political conrso of
tho country is to political Hades,
DEsriTE many other matters ol intcrct
Uio eyes of Europe aro turned upon Chi
neso Gordon and Khartoum Tho latest
despatches, if they can bo creditcdj seem
to show that Gordon has shaken himself
loose from tho toils and is carrjintron
offensh o m arf aro against tho ilahdi The
letter of instructions to General Wblsely
has been published and that shows that
tho object of tho expedition is merely to
bring Gordon back, and that bojond such
operations as shall be necessary to attain
that object tho General is not to step
Glndstono has now gono back to his old
policy. But what an appearance theEng
lish will make marching like tho
forces of tho Duko of York, who "marched
to j onder hill and then enmc down again."
Such an expedition will not tend to raise
tho prestige of England in tho cj cs of the
savages over whom the ITahdi holds sway.
Tho management of tho wholo Egyptian
question shows hoav utterly incapable n
Liberal Cabinet, under tho leadership of
Mr. Gladstone, is to deal with foreign
Tnr Government orran the other dav
was telling us of the great shrinkago in
values, and we took occasion in our last
to say that though there had been some
shrinkage, tho statement mado by tho G.
O.was immensely exanirerated. "The as
sessors returns, wnicli we publish to-day
will ihbw that tho government when tax collecting
behoves in no diminution of values.
Tho real cstato valuation stands SC.G8S,827
in 1S&1, against 5G,510,41C in 1SS3. AVhile
tho personal propertr valuation has run
up from -$5,651,721, to ?G,517,3i7, an in
crease of nearly 900,000. As wo pointed
out last week, it was not tho wealth of the
country that avas shrinking, it was tho
credit of the government that was at so
low an ebb.
It is curious to note that tho poll tax for
18S1 is less than that of 1BS3: tho differ
ence is very small, but it ought to bo tho
other way, seeing tho number who havo
como into the town. -Vo presume the
miserablo management of tho public funds
has driven many a laborer away however:
ho is apt to seek a country where he can
got his pay regnlarlj , and that we know ho
does not here when ho works for tho gov
Carriaires havo decreased in nnmlr.
dogs have increased just a little, and so on
down the list, the whole taxation however,
is higher than it was last year by about
$7,50(1, not such a stupenduous amount
Iter all, when wo come to think of thn
extra expenditures that will havo to draw
TltX boauost of tho late HonornMn
C. K. Bishop for the foundation of
Schools fitly crowns n noblo
life. AVhilo on earth Mrs. Bishoti was
model for all Hawaiian womanhood, and
m nor ueam sue nas lounaeu an institution
which will do incalculable good to tho
budding manhood and womanhood of the
Hawaiian people, by giving them an opportunity
to be thoroughly trained to
those virtues which she so conspicuously
It is the endowed schools of Great Brit-
T A t noeuiwrtrrlAnt
tbat Iibto done the Enlliant cdncationJ
work of that country, and Hmrauniay look
forward to aistant f ntore, -when
as well as solid irork may bo dono
here. The namo of the Kamehamenas
will long shine, on account of the brilliant
. i:. nf Vi onimrrD fnmidoT of the
1"" " f ;f loat
jasty, lor tne poiua mui 10 ' r ,
representative, but turuier insxre nww
added to the namo when the Kamehameha
Schools begin to put forth into the world
well trained men and women. Every one
of such who succeeds in life will pluck a
leaf from his own wreath of laurels, and
add it to the one that surrounds the brows
of the Kamehamehas. With far
moro justice than Horace had for his boast,
the last of the Kamehamehas when she
made the bequest might say :
"Efinci TiicmTiinentiim acre perennins
HesUine aitu pj ramidnm altioa."
I have made for myself a monument
more endnrintr than brass, 'and loftier
thaD the royal height of tne pyramids.
"Kbxe or Runt," is apparently tho motto
of our "dearly beloved" Minister of Foreign
Affairs It is tho only game he has
to play, and like the gambler he is back-inc
his luck. After the events of last session
it must have been very evident to tho
ruling spirit of the Cabinet that there was
only ono course open to him, Tho whole
intelligence aDd wealth of tho country
were plainly banded against him, and only
n conrso of intimidation was left. There
was no chance for half way measures, it
was only by intimidation tnat ne coma
succeed in his nefarious plans, and ho has
nsori thin, not to the uttermost, but very
nearly. Our people must never lose sijiht
of the disgraceful manner in which Mr.
Parke was dismissed, they must never lose
sight of the fact that tho most efficient
man in the country for tho position of Col
lector General was ousted wituout cause.
There are other removals on tho tapm
keep their doors never so close, tho Minis
ters cannot prevent many of their proposed
actions from coming to tho public knowledge
through the newspapers
And what must bo theresultof the "rule
or ruin" policy? "Why certainly ruin, hav
ing brought the issue upon themselves the
Cabinet cannot avoid it, and it must be an
uncommonly unpleasant prospect that
they have in view. To be despised as they
are, to find no ono but sycophants and
toadies, no one but can "get" something
out of them, ready to recognize them
the bare limits of civility must bo
most galling But still moro galling must
bo tho feeling when tuey know tuey win
have no reward for this odium in tho shape
of a consciousness of work well done, but
they must feel assured that the curses of
those who follow will bo hurled upon them
for the crass ignorance they havo displayed
in their management of public affairs
"We are to have further changes in tho
personnel of tho public departments, so it
is said The public has stood a good deal
of this kind of "rule." May bo it may find
what even an exceptionally quiet comma
nity may havo to srjow n tne way 01
"rum ! "
It is interesting to know that our friends
abroad read tho Hawaiian papers It is
also interesting to have their comments,
for the can see many of tho questions
which como before us, in a different light,
moreover they are not hurried along by
the heat of controversy, and can judge
cahnly and dispassionately of what is said
A friend of these islands, now for a long
time resident in thp United States writes
"I was interested in a leader of a Hono
lulu journal of tho 20th inst , on tho Independent
Parly. It was didactic, positive,
sen asscruve as an lmaiiioie juage it separated
from the chaff tho men of virtue
and pure principle, among whom the
writer of the leader evidently classes him
self) from those worldly-wise fellows who
treat the ordinary man as apolitical factor
by no means angelic, and who believe that
men are governed well through oxpedien
cies rather than absolute truth, whatever
that may be. In the issue of tho 27th, I
notice tho samo writer characterizes your
comments as tho "blustering bathos of the
Gazette," and another editor's as tho
"maudlin mistiness of tho Jnicaiwn."
What a pity that you wcro born under such
baleful stars Those angelic scats occn
pied bj j our critic aro so high, so pure, so
good that only such favorites of Heaven
as ho can occupy them. Imagine the sen
auons Hawaiian, tho money seeking Honolulu
people, tho wretched fellows who
migrate to Hawaii to seek their fortunes,
ruled by tho principles set down by that
writer He thinks he would make Hawaii
a political Paradise, but ho would mako it
No such scathing criticism as this has
appeared here, and it must bo remembered
that tho writer is apart from tho hurly
burly of our little political squabbles and
is for more interested in tho election of
Blaine than in our storm in a teapot. It
is well occasionally to seo ourselves through
a pair of foreign spectacles. It is like viow
ing a mountain from a distance and close
atiiand; though tho details are lost sight
of and aro veiled by the blue ether, tho
main features como out moro prominently
That tho physicians should meet to-
cether and in some general conference
discuss tho present aspects of leprosj, a
thing which was proposed in tho Gazette
of last week, has met with tho approval of
several of our most prominent physicians,
indeed wo aro informed that somo such
scheme is already on foot, and that thero
is an earnest desiro among them to thor
oughly discuss tho question and to unite
il possible, upon advising such a plan as
will meet tho present contingency
them, with regard to the difficulty of bring
ing any plan that they may form beforo
tho present President of the Board of
Health It is this Presidont who advocated
so persistently that thero should be
a lay Human of Health, it is tho 6amo man
who has heaped slights and ridicule upon
the profession Prominent medical men,
men of abihty, men in whom our citizens
havo thorough confidence, have been either
compelled to resign, or havo .been dis
missed from their positions, not because
their duties wero not efficiently performed,
but because they were not in "accord" with
tho present administration. Moioover,
thoy also havo beforo them tho memory of
tho manner in which tho Chamber of Commerce,
tho Planters and the Merchants
havo been treated: thoy think of tho flippant
answers which havo been returned to
tho respectful petitions addressed bv those
bodies, upon questions that they were far
moro competent to ileal witli tlian tho Uab
inet, cither singly or collectively, and as
members of an important profession, which
has ever maintained its dignity, at all
times and in all places, they do not feel
disposed to lay themselves open to tho
slightest snub from men such as now
xi is i or uio uovernmenr, u mako np lis
mind to call theso gentlemen together and
to snow mat it is willing to act by their
advice. Wo presume that it will bo fairly
impossibloto get our medical men to give
uieir upuiion as an unuea oouy unless
snch a course is adopted. How necessary
it is that an authontativo opinion should
back any plan for tho fighting of leprosy
under its present conditions, all who think
at all wellknow.
A scare on this matter wo deprecate; but
an ill cannot bo met by merely shutting
tho eves: tho ostrich docs not escape its
pursuers, though it thrust its head into
tho sand ever so far. It is only by meeting
tho question boldly and squarely that
we can nope to overcome it, ana tne only
huj ui uomg uini is lo nave an
opinion from men well versed in the
disease, to advise as to the best wnyof
meeting it to back execntivo action. The
tanner Cleon could not lead an army to
victory, but brought disgraco upon the
Athenian arms, and wo may bo assured
that our lay Board of Health is carrying
Hawaii to destruction in things medical.
Thero is no use blinking tho fact that
leprosy has been increasing greatly during
tho post few years, there is no use in blinking
the fact that a number of our citizens,
especially mothers of families are greatly
alarmed: let something authoritative then
bo done; take advice ; let us know officially,
and not by mere exaggerated hearsay how
great the evil is ; let us know what measures
are being taken to moot the evil Other
countries have had tho diseaso and havo
stamped it out. Other countries now have
the disease, and where thero is good government
are employed in stamping it out,
witness tho Act for segregation passed by
the Parliament at the Cape of Good Hope;
witness tho successful war against tho
by the Norwegians. It is time that
sloth and vacillation should bo laid aside.
In a matter like this there can bono polit
ical feeling, but all will readily join to cooperate
with the Cabinet, should they
show themselves thoroughly in earnest in
Tnr arerKre "price of labor In Cuba, eats an exchange,
u f L50 per dy of lea hours. It teems
almost incredible; no plantation here could stand
men a strain.
Tm rr.ir 1835 will cotoDlete the third eentarr
lUleiKh introdnoed tobacco Into Europe. The
army 01 BmOaera 10 eucw ui euuic wnj tucir
arTenatian at the dashincf counter and iollr
Eauor. On d,l that a monument ii to be raised to
him in ChicSEO
Text phjtictini disagree is Into indeed, but Dr.
Klein, the other day shewed In a practical raanner
his utter imbelief in Dr, Koch's cholera microbe
thenre. He mmllcnred a rambler of water filled
with the alleged cholera germs, and was not a
penny the worse for the experiment.
Vicr, Admiral Stephen C. Eoiran, U. S. N, chair-
m!n nf ttia lAffnmocso xioara. ns iraoiunea a
notice that, "on 01 about Norsm fcr 1, Uaf , abel).
buoy will be moored on Sooth ShoaL o5 San Fran
cisco harbor, in place 01 tne nrsi cisss
now there." This bnoy Trill be rung by the motion
of the sea.
A frraiLirEs ia now beinc built in UermanT which
is intended for the trade between San Francisco
and Tahiti. From tnf of matian lately received it
is learned that tho Tessel will probably fee 0031.
pleted in the coming December, and will leave immediately
for Tahiti. There is talk of connecting
Honolulu withTahiti by means of this new steamer
but nothing definite is yet known. The vessel is
reported to be about COO tons register.
It is a fact worthy of the attentionof our planters
that the agricultural reports from Kansas say
that that btate nets $51 per acre in sorghnm sugar
against 2? per acre in corn. It is possible that
the most favorable view is gH&a to the account of
this new sugar industry, but it points 10 the probable
cropping of a considerably larger area with
florghum, and the caxiacanent increased production
of what ispnr aUrle, The rogar look out ahead
Is not encouraging,
SrsuiKo of the Egyptian war expenses an ex.
change has the following; It is notified that the
in Egypt draws for an expenditure
of 25,000 daily, or 600,000 per month.
nbenliOM noiseley assumed ine command 01
the expedition he attached the condition, so far as
one in his position can ask condition, that he
should havo carle Uamht. And he is drawing on
it, (o the alarm and amazement of the Exchequer.
Nor is tlieip aav calculation possible as to where
the eipenuituro'will end. The expedition may last
till Spring, and be as costly to bring down as to
send up the Me. Under the most fatorablfl course
of event!) the English taxpayer may look out for
the heaiUst W hill "face tbat of tho last Afghan
llaiDSTEir's of Oct. 25, giyes some information
relative to the London Sugar Market which while
being sbgbtly enoour&png are not cause sufficient
for great rejoieeing It says, the sugar market,
as reported by Messrs. F, Gerich &, Co., of Londcn,
was strong in tone, but that was thought to be but
a temporary feeling, and with the heavy arrivals
prices were expected to further declare. The
market for beet sugar, in consequence of delayed
amrals of carcoes. assumed a firmer tone, and
prices were adianced from the d&ojaro of tho previous
week. The market for cane sugar, inconsequence
of the scarcity of beet sugar early in the
week, was considerably stronger, and a fair
amount of business was dono at a small advance.
Floating cargoes of cane sugar were not inquired
for, and no sales were reported,
The Sum of tht Tmtt, a paper published in
of the views of beventh Day Adyentista has
been placed on the editorial table by two representatives
of the faith, who intend to make Honolulu
a basis from which the views of the congregation
will be disseminated. Those gentlemen armed by
the Alamida, and are thus mentioned in theaboT
named paper, "llrethren bcott and Laltne left Ban
Francisco August lStb, for Honolulu. The field is
so different from any other in which our people
havo worked tbat we cannot even conjecture what
will be their lino of labor. They are men of experience,
and wp trust they will be guided in judgment,
and that good may bo dose in the islands.
They had for a fellow passenger a Brother Desha,
a native preacher of the islands. We shall anx
iously wait for information from them."
Political Lyrics, No. 2.
There was in mid ocean a sweet little town,
betlnmidatof creenrallcyanearmvnnUlna eo broivn ,
This dear little town was co aweet and so blest,
Twaa a place to lie down in a heaven to restl
This town naa complelo with a fine Castora lfonse.
Where all went oa strictly, nor cricket nor moose
Conid hop orcoold rqacak ia Its own little vay;
If it did then he sure Uicte'd bctomelhlnnlopay!
The ofdoere alt Hero so courtcoaa and trno.
Tbey never were annuo u, ao lacy never iook u uiae,
Look'd cp to their chief aa a man of rare parts,
io bright, Jmt. and mild, that he calVd all their
Thla chi ef was Collector and very precise
In thii Cnstom House floe he kept all to nice,
lint not only tbat his accounts ucre exact.
And trne to a cent be assured thai a a fact!
He had those lielon him well under the rein
lat atlll of hla boss-chip he never v as vain.
He cent all ine casn to ine ireaanry visit.
Bat with It a voucher hot tbat was no fault
Tls trne; there was something, however quite queer,
M hich came every day to the surface more near,
Twas whlsper'd that one of 1hoe officers bland.
Those men above mentlon'd hadwork'd underhand,
Tvras said that he wish d the boss' place to obtain,
Bat how ho cot at It was not very plain.
So he went to a man who d a jrreat deal to ear.
And ask'd very humbly would he show the way
" Oh yes ray dear friend It ia not hard to find,
uTb,e best way a to give him a piece of your mind
"Tell Aim tbat the office Is not big enqngb,
"To bold you and him just cut It np rough!
' Pick a quarrel, dear Sir, never mind about what,
He's not a big man. but his temper Is hot,
" c dont like him a bit tor he's far too precise
"W e'll have him out If you II take my advice
' And when once well rid of him yon shall be boss ,
You'll and my good pickings all profit no loss!
M ith lots of refreshment, beer, brandy and gin,
"So pluck np your spirits, and go in and win I"
At this harangue that man upsnraug
He looked so ily, he droop'd his eye.
Began to think, and gave a v ir k.
And then a nod, it was to odd.
He'd been set down, by half the town
As something wanting in ballast
But the Collector, was his protector.
And being bold, of him took hold,
Despite the din. the town was in
(avc him a berth, as man of worth
And hop'd the wound was callous d
This worthy then thinking himself diplomat
Acted on the advice Just now given so pat
He gave himself airs, pick d quarrels and all
Forgetting that pride goes beforo a great fall.
Hcahowedahirdhcartand he laughed In his alaere
And said to hla chief, " or you or I leave.
" O hot said the chicr, " la that coir to be so,
"I thorglltl wasbojs do tell! yes or no
Or you or I leave then Sir.it shall he you
"lour grateful regard till now 1 ne'er knew,
" o pack np your traps and quick march down stairs
"There that's your reward for just putting on airsl
lie had then to ro and was sorely disgusted
To think he d been sold by the man he eo trntcd.
It did not occur to him. although great his wit.
That sometimes the btUr gets dreadfully bitt
He'd been badly duped by that wonderful man
Who d thought out and suggested that neat Utile plan;
He hoped to be raised, by that stratagem bold.
But lohis gicat horror was left In the cold!
2ow the real diplomat had done but half his work,
Whatc'er were his views he behaved like a Turk,
So he called that collector lo ittind his diian.
And cut off his " head " Witt out law, n Illiout I an I
W 1th beetling brow, and lips ctmprrra'd.
And bursting heart, within els breast,
Col lector thus his foe addrcss'd
" Thou! Infamous untrue! "
But bitter thoughts him soon posse.sing.
He to the new man gave him blessing.
And kindly helped him through.
Toor Collector Brate as Hector,
7,obly met cfhclal doom,
Jnst as a alnt, made no complaint.
Bid not bclake him to his room ;
But true as steel, to commonveat
He calmly waits the by and bye
And come it must, when In the dust.
Ills prend oppressor prone shall lie.
A Good Campaign Joke.
A verj Rood campoicn joke has been coing the
rounds of the United btates papers. The editor
of the Buffalo Commtraal is an out and out Blaine
man and has made a good fight. Ue received a
piece of poetry which he published. It was as
TO JAMES O. BLAINE.
Virtue hath set her crown on thec.
Our President that Is to be.
Troth from a thousand voicea cries
Ever our champion, honored, wise.
fervent in spirlt,lnst, upright.
Ordained our Leader the true Knight,
It Cll in devotion to onr cause
Challenging oft nnrlghteoni laws,
Lifted above the common herd;
Knl of tongue and falae In word;
Vile In their hearta the harm to work.
Envy and slander around them lurk.
Let the blapkemoaa minions jeer
And scoff and rant in language queer,
Never can words of vile disgust
Destroy a loving pcople'a trust.
There la the Infamy and shame.
Hate cannot hnn thy glortoansme.
Ever around the pcopte a choice
Miall true men gather and rejoice.
Envy shall hide In hnmble pain.
Love shall enjey her own again,
In the mlllenunm that Is near
, o patriot shall have cause to fear
Established wrongs will win their car.
sue is lac nauon wnere you leao.
Armed, to the war on recklcas greed,
Rallying oft to the battle cry
Every man to do or die.
Boldly we 11 follow your command
Onward to victory Through the land
Shouting from Oregon to Main.
Hail to our chteftatn, James O Blaine,
This reads beautifully, bat some umart person
read down the initial letters, oar readears may
try their ingenuity upon finding ont why thero was
a row in the Commercial office. The editor however
took it in Rood part and wrote as follows :
xie is a sorry zeiiow wno cannot appreciate a
loke, even if he may be the victim of it. The joke
is on the Commercial, we admit it, As one of onr
morning contemporaries is pleased to say, the
Camtufmnl ttn rmdl s,M " Tint w l,lm ttt
the "sell "was a very ingenious one, a remarkable
clever one. and there lias been no harm done.
Tne writer of the acrostic which Imposed opon
us, ana wmen ine commercial DaDiisneajulerday,
was himself dceeired his "lines" were not
"bosh." Had they been they would not hare
been published at all, and wo do not behove that
the political tnbnte to Mr. Blaine will make anybody
" vote for Cleveland." By-the-way, wb have
mislaid the address of our poetical contributor
and would deem it a favor if he would call at the
Commercia. counting room. We promise that he
shall be detained but a few minutes.
Entertainment at tne AclleqTi Chnxxh
A Maui correspondent writes: "The great event
or the week is to be the entertainment at Wailukn
next Saturday evening, for the benefit of the Anglican
Church. Messrs. Wilder A Co. with thdr
cnstomarrUndness. will run a special train from
l'aia to Wailukn. to bring those desirous of attending,
returning after the performance. All the receipts
of the In p, after deducting employee's wages
wiu be donated to the Church. A big turn out is
The Friend, the old fanular friend arrived too
late to be noticed along with the local mo nthlies
last week. The November number is bright and
chatty, dealing with a greater variety of subjects
than usual. There is a marked difference in the
page edited by the Y. M. C. A. The Friend is ao
old land mark in the literature of this town, long
may it continue to nonnso.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
rni TTimnr auSXPOSJl.
Has Feascxsco, Nov. 1. Nine whalers came into
port yesterday, including one in ballast. The
aggregate cargoes of the other eight show 2572
bbis Oil. 31,(20 lbs Bone and 1,031 Sis Ivory. The
most successful vessels were not In the list.
KrrTosx, Nov.L W. H. Mauler, member of
an Australian firm, in this aty, says about 20,000
barrels of una eugor have been sent hence to Australia
within two months, in consequence of the
Inw nriee and the rebate given. Ha further ears:
"We can't look for much increase in other exports
at present. Our firm sends about four vessels a
WAsnrxcrnrc, Kov. 1. Tha Star says gt, Clajr
Denver, brother of Gen. Denver, has received a
number of letters from various parts of Cal if omia,
stating that tha probabilities are that the Democrats
will return a solid delegation to Congress
from California, and carry the State for Cleveland
by 2,500 majority.
BosTOf. Nov. 1. Wool has been amet and the
business comparatively small. Total ahs. 1X67,
03 pounds, Uanafasturtrs are beginning to feel
that California fall is dear at any price. The
California demand is light and sales small,
amounting to 153,000 pounds, inclodiug 65,000
rounds soring at ZiHiasXc. 2JXQ ditto at 19c:
6,000 ditto at 17c, and K),000 pounds at 13otol7c
Also, 23,000 pounds pulled at private terms.
New York, Nov, 1, Blaine is confident of his
election. He Is well satisfied with the condition
of affairs in th h,tatp and. believes he wil carry
New i'ork. 1. II, M anley, his personal lieutenant,
who has been with Blaine all through the canvass,
said: "I am now satisfied, that we shall carry New
York, and, indeed, ever; Northern btato. beuttor
Eugene Hale said: "Blame's election is certain.
He will carry New York." Hale said he was quite
conservative in his estimates. He as willing to
concede that tho Democrats may have 10,000
plurality in New York aty and Brooklyn, but
places the Ilepublican majority in the State-at
(OfXfi, He thinks the general majority in the
State for ljlaina will be In tha neighbarhopd of
20,000. Oen: Granyiire E. Dodge, who has had
much to do with the BeDublican camoai'm. ears
tnat ne is ausomteiy certain mat maino wip carry
BlLTluoitr, Kov. 1. tcit Hund.iT veek will be
a great day in the history of tho Catholic Church
in the United Statos. Although the meeting pro
per of the rienary Council will not begin until tho
following day, the grand religious ceremonies to
take place on Sunday, in which all the prelates
and hundreds of clergymen will take pert, will
really mark tne opening of tne council. Bisnop
Gibson, of Baltimore, Apostolic delegate, will
preside. The only American cardinal, McCloiey
of New York, will not bo pr sent, owing to ill
health. In the council wil be eighty Arch Bishops
and Abbots, ten other pf ulates and about twenty-
Theologian), allowed each of the foregoing. wilL
make od in an aoout ;iu acuvo tarticitunis in tne
1 labojs. &f the council,
Xixw xoiue. uct. ai, A apeclal from Wheeling
says: The legislative returns from all the counties
are now in and the Democrats hare a majority
of thirteen on joint ballot. This is a Republican
gain of thirteen. The returns on State ticket
are lacking from four counties. The Democratic
majority for Wilson will ba under one thousand.
NewYohk, Oct, 31. Tne Tints says, Botting-men
say they never Lncw an erection of which it
Is so difficult to predict the result as that now
Ono of the best-known betting men in
the city said last evening- "Things are worse mix
ed up man 1 ever saw mem. no man can pcniict
with any certainly how the thing is going As far
as oeiiing is concprncu, very nine uas peen uono
daring Iro last two orthrfje da) s. As a rule, odds
an the general result are in favor of Blaine at the
rata of 100 to 80, and everywhere in favor of Clovo-
land on this btato in tho same ratio. On other
States there does not seem to be any betting here
Koue, Oct- 3L '1 he Italian Government is about
to send two cruisers to thu Congo to look out for
SiDSrv.Oct. 31. The Provincial Assembly, by
a majority of one, shelved the resolution in favor
of the federation of the Australian Provinces and
tha annexation of New Guinea.
Krw Toox, Oct ?1. The. Gcrrpan steamer llhein,
which arrived hero to-day from Bremen, reports
on October 31th, at 7 o'clock in tho evening, in
latitude 13" 38', loncitode 2T 11", shofellia with
the Dntch steamer Alaasdam, from Rotterdam to
New York, which was all ablaze. The llhein took
from the boats the passengers and crew, numbering
186 in all, acd brought them to this port.
v n.s ,, n.B ,!.. ,n,
1V,W iuiia, ww tkt uuuee yiiiua 4tiu, aujv
SoRar crushed, 6Jfc; dr, granulated, C'fc, extra
jellow C, SfflC'c. Petroleum SJf to lOKc Hops
iron no. l. a xounury, $w w m
Losdov, Oct. 31. Chineso advices state tin, tho
blocking of the Woo Lung river, on which
stands, and the massing of troops in tho vicinity
of Shanghai and X'ekin are still Roing on.
Fauci, Oct. 31. -Tho Join nal ilts lklali denies
that France is legally at war with Chun. It contends,
therefore, tbat England has no reason to
forbid French Tcssols to revictual at Hongkong
WisncaTOV, Oct. 31. Secretary McCulloch visited
the Treasury Department thu morning, and
was qualified in the presence of ex Secretary Ores
ham and a few others. Secretary McCulloch has
received a largo number of congratulatory letters
and telegrams from all pirts of the country and
several from abroad.
Sicnor 1 Ilnenoli. the ones cclebntod tenor.
died in New York Oct. 30.
Lord Beresford has been held for trial at Lon
don for assaulting the editor of l'aiiiy Fair,
Persistent rumon are agun current that Khar
loom has fallen and Gen. Gordon Is a prisoner.
SiK Fun Cisco, Oct. 31. The new standard time
will take effect at noon to-morrow on all the railroads
in the btate. Yiatdiesand clocks, to conform
to the standard, most be set ten minutes
ahead at 11.50 a. m. The time-ball on the Government
Signal Station will bo dropped at tho new
time, and only the three strokes of tho fire-alarm
bell will oonttnue to noto tho old hour.
Tho Pans Telegraph states thit 1'nmo Minister
Ferry has accepted England's offer to mediate between
China and France.
"Unser Fritz," Crown l'nnoo of Germany, has
become regent of Brunswick, tho title of Dnke
having been dropped. The Prince's eldest son
will succeed to the regency when his father becomes
Emperor af Germiny.
Somo of the teachers in tho pnblic schools of St.
Johnsbnry, VL, have been notified by tho School
Committee that atteudince nt tne skating nnk
will be considered equivalent to a resignation.
New Took, Oct. 23. A dinner was given to Mr.
Blaine this evening nt Delnionico's, nt which many
distinguished guests were present. The room was
beautifully decorated, and the distinguished
statesman was warmly received by the 230 gentlemen
present when he cutered tho dining-room.
HlEiror.D, Conn , Oct. :a.Tho Democratic
managers aro making claims of their ability to
carry uonnecticnt lor uievennu. ino unairman
of their State Central Comnnttco pliccs tho figure
at 5,000. A mcnibir of tho Republican State Committee
said yesterday that tho prospects wero thit
Blame would carry the State by '.'00, which is
about the samo as Garfield's plurality four years
Tho Chinese Government is nJvcrso to any
mediation between that country and Francu.
Small pox is raging among tho nntivcs nt
in Egypt, and numbers of them aro dying from
Humors have reached hero via Shanghai that a
serious typo of cholera is spreading through tho
French squadron under Admiral Courbct, now
Several of the tnbes at Suakin, Egypt, hearing
of the successes of Gen. Gordon, nro manifesting
an inclination to desert Osmin Digma. Everything
is quite at Kassalv.
The Methodist ministers of Wyoming Conference,
New lork, havo got excited about roller
skating rinks, and adopted resolutions again&t
New Yobx, Oct 30th. A Tribune editorial save
The visit paid to Blamo yesterday by tho
ministers of the country is an incident unparalleled
in tho history of political canvasses.
ItepreFcntattvcs of Prcsbyltnan, Congregational,
Baptist and Methodist churches, united with the
Catholic priest, the Jewish rabbi, Quaker preacher
and colored minister from the South in extending
to the Kcpublican candidate assurance of
sympathy and support. W hen a thousand clergymen
take part in a demonstration so emphatic and
so significant, tho fact mast arrest the attention
not only of tho public here but of the peoplo of
tho whole country.
London, Oct. 30 In the House of Commons
to-day, Gladstone said the advance on Khartoum
would have been made earlier had it been possible.
A motion granting precedence of all other business
to the Franchise bill was adopted without
Pints, Oct. 30 An official dispatch from Gen.
Bnere de Lisle, dated Hanei, October 23th, says
Tho gam8on of TuyenKwang repulsed several
attacks of Chinese on the Hth and 19th inst. without
loss. The enemy withdrew discouraged. Govcs
junniandLouvinoPhoc have only 4,000 men on
the Upper Ited riven No Chineso are before
Keptchu. Onr columns are scouring the country
near Yen. I am doing the best to suppress piracy.
Puis, Oct. 30 An agitation is in progress
against tho pneo of bread. A meeting of bakers
was held yesterday to consider the request of the
Prefect that they should reduce tho price. They
refused to do so by a vote of 311 to SOI.
Cixxo, Oct. 30. There will be a general movement
of the forces up the Nile next week. It is
reported that two steam Uuncheshave been wrecked
in the catracts.
Bosxov. Oct. 23 Gov. llobinson issued
orders directing the release from custody of Mrs.
George Ann Heustis, charged with the larceny of
diamonds valued at $20,000 from Teresa Lynch
of New York. The order of releaso was made for
the reason that Gov. Cleveland had revoked his
request for her extradition.
Silt Like, Oct. . Commissioners Uamsey,
Carlton, -Paddock and Godfrey, and Secretary
Thomas start for the East to-morrow. Yesterday
they heard argument as to the propnety of excluding
polygamists from voting at school elections,
but did not have time to render a decision
on the point, and so the polygamists continue to
control the schools.
New Yobx. Oct. 20 The efforts to defame Mana
Halpin and to surround her name with a scandal
more vile even than that which is attached to ber
through her association with Mr. Cleveland, hare
at last brought from Mrs. Halpin the first word
she has spoken in her defense. A series of affidavits
wero made public to-night which show that
Mana Halpin is not the bad and designing woman
she has been pictured by her rilifiers. Mrs.
Halpw's affidavit was made voluntarily and without
suggestion from outside sources, boon after
reading Ward Beecher's defense of Mr. Cleveland
and his slanderous attacks on the life she led prior
to and since her acquaintance with Mr. Cleveland
she sent for her son and announced her intention
of defending hex womanhood and her family.
Acting under his advice, she made a statement
under oath in which she declares that her troubles
were unknown to her friends until they were made
public a few months ago; tbat ber reputation was
above reproach nntil she met Grover Cleveland In
Buffalo: and there is not and never was a doubt
in regard to the paternity of her child.
NrvrTosx, Oct. 30. Alter passinrr unscathed
through tbs varmest and most troublesome period
of ihe great political battle, ei Gov. St. John, the
ProhitaUon candidate for the Presidescj, has at
last been made a&Iobiect terlseandal. It is now
alleged that be deserted his wifo after beinr; legally
roamed to ber for three montixs, and thereof ter
ref used to pve or do anything for ber support or
xor ine support or ineir emia.
KctTosx, Oct. 2). Butler said yesterday, re'
ferrini to Beecher'fl statement that If sw mnn
in New Tork State to-night vbohas broken the
Seventh Cammandment voted for Cleveland, he
would be elected by two hundred thousand majority"
"It seems hardly possible that snch
v, .-. .....""....... vj n..7. ,, SCTeoTildberisedlrjimTinaniaapubUe speech,
ucc,. m. uu " I or man no coma be
.""', ,","" dj any received In decent
doctors' bills and cores when all else fails. Seead. I society, much less fa the Christian pulpit. It Is
po?s!W,9 tt tuera are two hundred thousand
voters in this 8tate who have committed adultery?
nay, many more, for the two hundred thousand
S?r,tl!Jfn.tM,,dl0i'a oaiorttT over those
who might be disposed to vote tha other ticket.
&i...pp0!t Beecher must be correct in his
calculation, as tha figures are giTeawith
mSESsri ma"m Batb"
by toiscampaignls shown by the following in the
S,M,SI7iiijaEefeller' letl"to .0? which
e?if5"?'her9' kaSpntaM production to
who seduced his fnend; wif a and perjuredliirnself
hhL T?'.pK"m's ""fc088 another of
falsehood, and to threaten him with hell fixe in a
way that might make Satan smile. No more
shameless villain than Beeeher was ever seen.
T08 Ssays: Blaine has
call of betting, which was very aetl
wen aai " brokers in
Ps,ra?10000 to 3fl that Blaine
would DO elected, and inotrieemie. tlrrvi,n venn
Tha odd, on Blaine to carry the general election,
Kr-n . bt$UneJ.Pu from $100 to $80 to $100
y.. "- ; jutDuua uooaasars siuuto
$30. on Cleveland. On Indiana, $100 toisOon
Blaine, and on New Jersey $100. to $70 on Clee-
Grant against the
the odds are $100 to itOO on
Said, and $100 even that Grant
I ba elected by mora than 500 maiontv.
Nrwioax, Oct. 29,-The Cuum,ra) Bottom
has interviewed Capt, Bedford Tim of the British
Navy, who reiterates his declaration that the
Fanama Canal, as now being constructed,
Eractieabla. He says: "I heard down there that
10 lessens intends toTisitthe Isthmus during the
dry season of 1335 to lnauguraio the completed
section from Aspmwoll to Gatun, about seven
miles. Ha will find tha aetaal cutting less than
two miles, with only water tn,lmit h
Eassago of a small steamer by an entrance in
imon Uay, and such as would dugiaca the merest
tyro in his profession. It ctataly will surprise
even Da Ijessins hjmself,'
Losnos, Oct, 29 -Intelligence reaches here that
tha man-of-war betgnelav has hoisted the Frenrh
flag at Ta jurab, tiaeala and ltodaliou. Bay of
Adtn, J( i repotted Prince will annex them.
CAI&O. OcL20l Ttia lenene,! tht ! T1..1.1
Bazouks who were dispatched from Massowati
in pursuit of marauders, have deserted in a body
to a band ef Abyssinian brigands, and two Europeans
are held prisoners by them ia the hopes of
securing a ransom.
LosDot, Oct, 23 In the Commons to-day, A.
ivlyn M. Ashley, Under Secretary for tha Colonul
Department, stated that the Government was preparing
to send a forca to expel the Boers from
Cirsp. Oct, arrived to-day at
Ambigol, on hia progress up tho Nile. The Canadian
boatmen have succodod in getting 1J0 boats
over the second cataract.
I'master General Uatton and Mr. Uomero,
the Mexican Minister, hare "conelnri,! mnl
convention for tha exchange of mail matter between
the United Slates and Mexico at domestio
rates of postage."
According to a Chinese journal, It wouM seem
that the Chinese soldiers, wLo fought at Langson
poisoned, tho Ipring at places where the French
troops had to pass, and further, that they used
Adi ices receive from Madagascar indicalo that
a resolute resistance will bo offered by tha Hovas
to the French adyance into the interior. The
military preparations of the natives give promise
r9 A rT&DnAW4tA ntvWMnTi
vs u uvcijtiaio tTUgiU1
There is a rumor in England that when the
Princess Imncrial of German? vac in Fnoiami tn
September, she paved the way for a visit of Pnuco
uismarcK 10 oanunngnam, wncn ne and Mr. Gladstone
are to havo an opportunity of hobnobbing.
A Darmstadt dispatch says- The tribunal, after
three hours consideration of lime. Kalomine's appeal,
refused to crantlL and ordered l,rlnm.
the costs of tho suit. Mme. Kalomine will make a
final appeal to tho Imperial Supreme Court at
MR, W. C. PARKE
Has an Office In Mr. Uodfrcy ilhodes' Fire-proof Build
lug, on Kaahumanu Mreet, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted lo his care. lira cm
MB. W. T. ALLEN,
nas an office with 3Ieasrs. Qlshop Co , corner of Mdr,
chant and Kaahumanu Streets, an J he will be pleased
to attend to any business entrusted to hlui. 1K1 Cm
FURNISHED ROOMS Neat and cosily Fnr
nlshcd Rooms can bo had by an early application at
SO 4 lUBDEN LiSE.
HONOLULU, Anx 3,th, 1881
C. O. BERGER, ESQ- I
Agent Macneale & Urban Safes. I
Deah Sib -I take great pleasure In statin; tbat the
SIicxeilx b Umtit Safe I purchased from yon, and
which xteni through the late dlesstrona fire In my
More, came ont to ray entire satisfaction. 1 opened
the fame on the combination and found all its contents
in perfect condition. onrs Truly.
lftG pi A. DIA3.
Hosolclc, Sept. 17th. 1381
C. O, BERGER, I
Agent Macneale & Urban Safes, f
Dean Sin I take pleasure in adding my tcsUmooy
to the many In faror of the Macxeale & Ubbas Safe.
The one I purchased of yon sometime ajo for my
store at La.ialna, passed throah the disastrous Are on
the 13th Inst,, and on opening the came without any
troubles Ith the Combination found that it had
the content, books, papers; also, one watch, to
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ON AJsI) AFTTKTHIS I) ATE, THE
HONOLULU ICE MORKS COMPANY, will de
liver 1LE at AS LOU RATES as any other company.
JOHN (). lMLDEU, Superintendent
Honolulu, Kov. lt.lS3t 1IBI
ALL PHHSOXS FOUND
on Lands belonging to, or In the occupa
tion of the K11IUA RAMJII, will be prosecuted. Any
persons wishing to remove their Cattle, can get an
order on Monday In each week, from the undersigned
orhisluna. o person will be allowed on the Kahaa
Lands with Dogs. UEO. F HOLMES
kahoa. hohala. Nor Tth IS3I. lire at '
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thee Bitters are Icralnable, belnff
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bad or miserable, nee the Bitters at
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"Do sot s offer Tonrtf or let yoor
friends aaffer, bnt use and nrse tbem to
ne Hop" Bitter "
Remember, Hop Bitten Is no Tile,
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THE PIsAITT IIERKTOFOUE
ad on tie SCtTATO PLASTATIOX.csmsIltlne
OF MILL, OVERSHOT IRON WATER-WHEEL
at ft diameter, wllh Oearis:.
Coolers. Centrifnjill, Tarbine Water-Wheel, Ol
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rsr" Price Terj loir and terma easy
HOUSES AND LOTS
AV5f '.I?7 lJjandWJNnaannATennc.l'Jrainntea d!l?iIe ,nd ",u lu"llrI location,
wait from and harbor
EtT Term easy, for partienlara aiinltto
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ADOBEM un BC8I.WESS CARDS
done at Ute Gazette OBce.
NOV. 17, 1884.
2u SS-. 2t &
COMMENCING AT 9 A. M. SHARP.
i-itbst: CLASS YACHT eace.
First prize JJO; second priio $2S.
Open to all Where four or more boats enter 1st and
2nd boats take prixca, 3rd boa. saves atakes.
CormsE From Can Buoy, paaslng out the channel,
keeping between tho buoys, leaving Mpar and Bell
Buoys on port aide, thence to and atound Flair Boat off
M alkikl keeping It on the port In rounding, to a
Flag Boat off (Juannllne Grounds, keeping It on tha
starboard side In rounding, to Bell Buoy, keeping It on
the starboard aide In rounding, thence to Spar llooy
keeping it on the starboard aide, keeping between the
buoyi in the channel, back to Jadgea Boat.
UUtmarr leita. 1 1 1 Ml ie J).2nd teat fftTts f ntrmncf.
CoiRii Can lino and arQDnd a BOOT an
chom! off Marine Itallwaj and to iUrtio2 point
3-SIX-PADDLE CAH0E KACE.
Open to alt Entrance fee Prize $10l tonne-Si nit
aa io. m race
3 oars 1st prtie$tO, Stl boat tares entrance
lousiE ram Can Haoj, out the channel and around
Soar Brio j, keeping It on the port elde and back to
place or flartln;
lit prize 3 W ptUeJtS, 3rd boat mtcs entrance
Loarsesamew o. 1 race
Free to all TlUe Ji
Cot. nas Irom starting potnt, out and rounding
kunckla (3rd) lluoy In the channel, returnlnc to starling
Open to alt. lt prlze$ 73, 2nd prize Jj 3rd boat tare a
tociwE From Can Booj.ont the channel, leaTlnz
Snar II nor nn nnrt ilite thtnrt tn ml rnnnd nil
Baoy, keeping ll on the port fide In roandin. and
usck. iu iiari.D" point kccpinz a par hoot on iiarooara
Intermission of One Hour
Second Class 1st prize $73, 2d prf xe $J' & boat saves
Coibje From Can buoy, out the channel, to Spar
Buoy, keeping It on tbe starboard aide In rounding to
lloat off t.aarantlne Grounds, Uck around the tame,
and return to starling point. In passing: 3pr Buoy,
leave it on the port side.
Suttonarr Seat. Prize 410. id boat aavea entrance
wvii iuui uuiiiuj pviui. vut iv auit iuhuuih
Knuckle Od) Buoy In the channel, returning: to Start
Slatlonaij Scats I Trlze 510, !ad prize JJ).
12-CAHOE SAHIHG EACE.
Free to all 1 Prize same as No. 3 rat;.
14 TUB EACE.
Free to all Paddlci onlj la be nsed, no scullia: allotted.
Stationary seat! latprlxe JC0.2prlztSJ),3nlboatsaTts
catraccc t'ourie bame as So- 3 race.
For rvrelgn Built CaQoca only. Prize $10 Course same
as 2o 1 race
Free to all Barges Prize $50.ConrsesameasNo.tJrace
In all cases of two prizes, three boats at least moat
start; In sarins stakes four boats mutt start
2o boats ualns sliding seats during the day will be
regarded as stationary seat1' boat
Two or more boats to start to make np a race
Boats will be first called tn line by the sound of a
bugle, and sUrttn the rarlous races by the word;1,"
excepting the yacht race.
The rachts will make A flnnz start, the slznal for
tartlnzwlllbethe lowering ef a flag on the Judges
scow Time allowance 1 minute ton ton. The use of
oars Is strictly forbidden o restriction to quantities
No boat to attempt the other boats water, unless two
1 en gins ancau,
be entitled to any prize.
No oue will be allowed on the Judge boat except by
special permission of the Committee
Books for Entries will be opened at the dfflce of Mr
31 V Monsaxrat, Merchant Hlreet, at 9 A. M ON
THURSDAY, tho 13th lust, and will be closed at I P
M on Saturday, Norember 15th.
Each boat must be provided with a distinguishing
Positions will be assigned to the coxwalnsof boats
by the Judges
The decision of the Judges will be final In all cases.
On entrance fee of 10 per cent of tbe total race prize
will be charged In all except free to all races.
t.APT J. II BROWN,
CAPT 1! MIST, It. N.,
MIL J W ROBERTSON
MESbRS J A SPElRand SHEPHERD
STiVHTBH, UEOBGE PASSETT
CLRTI3 P IUKE,
W L. WILCOX,
M D MON8ARRAT
M. D MON5ARRAT. See'y
Gr. J. WALLER,
TO THE FEOHT !
A OREAT BOOS
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, P0EK, & FISH
KEPT FOR 1 DATS AFTER BEISO KILLED,
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Ooaranteed to keep longer after dellrenr than FRESIt
E.11.L&U air.AT3 to ne had in any of
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On Kins Mreet. Seat for sate all day
On 77nnana StrceL
Hotel Street Market,
On Hotel Street
At the Fish Market.
On Maanakea (Street.
On Meek Street. Beef and Tork.
orTbankini the pcbllc for part farorr, t solicit a
continuance of tbe same.
m,,r C.J. WALLER.
TO LET !
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JUlleas siren Immediately ajar For further
raiulre of J
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OFFICE Corner Fort and Merchant Street!,
1034 Uo3oun.tr, IL I. Si
SUPREME COURT OP THE
Iitendt. In Probate. In tae matter of
tbeEiule of ANTONIO MAXUEL. of Honolulu Oihn,
deetaird It Chambers before Mr Jsttiee Aastla
Oa reading sad fiflirr the petition and sccoeats f
W C Parke, adrainlitnter with the wtll annexed of
the estate or Antonio 3Ianuel, late of Henorolii. Oabu
oe"ed. wherein ho as to he sllcwed $3&j4, id
charzts himself with $3,033.30, and asks Uut the tamo
nuy he examined and approreri and that a Ana! order
may oe msao 01 aiaixioauoa 01 me. propeny remain-
Inr In hit hands to tho persons thereto
discharging him and his mretles from all farther
reiponilbtuty a such
Itli ordered, that JIOID T, the Hth diy of Decern
ber, A D 1884, at ten o clock a m . before aid Chief
Jnttlce, at Chambers, is the Court Ifonse at Honofnie ,
Ve and the lame hereby Ii appointed at Ike time aa3
place for bearlnx aald petition aad aceonnts, and that
all penes Interested may then and there appear and
laowcanie, If any they bare why the mum ehoaM not
be granted. And that this order, la tho SneUen and
Hawaiian taaroage, bo pnoHslred in the ltawauAif
tlaaxTTK and Kmekoa newspapers printed sn published
In llonolnla, for three tacceoalv weefci prertoua
to the time therein appointed fe said hearfng
Paled at Uonotnln H I this Mb day of Not J
ISM II AUSTIN,
Attest Jaatlto Supreme Cowl.
Ilsxnv Sarrn. Depnty Clerk. ters
CIRCUIT COURT, Tiniu
District llatraiian Israwrs la Probate In
the matter or the EiUle of K WALII of Waltea. Hilo
On reidtni and fthng tho petitkm of 1 rain, the
administrator nndef tho will of KanaHi, of Wattoa,
llilo, Ilawsil dceaied. wherein no aki that h4s
may be examined and approved, and that a final
order may do made or aistnoou
i of 1
In hla handa tn the persona thereto entftred. and
discharging him and his saretlea froei all farther re
iponslblilty as inch administrator
It ll ordered that IsEDSESDIT, the 17th day of
December A O 1SSI. la the lonrt llomeat Iliks. bo
and hereby la appointed as tho time and place for
laid petition and account, and any object'ona that
may be offered thereto t. S LTM N.
llllo. Hawaii oT 3th. KM. 11TS St
Cikcuit couirr, thiud
District Hawaiian J,. I0 Probate In
thcmatlpruf IheEstaleof K PCLO,of Hllo Hit..,
On reading and Hilar the rtUlon of J s Ktana,
the Executor of tacwllfof K Paulo, of llllo, Ifawaltv
deceased, wherein he aika that hl aeetmata may bo
examined avid approred, and that a Anal order be m4
of dlitrlbntlon of the property remaining In hla ha
to the persons thereto entitled, and diKlirslc htm
and hla enreUea from all farther rrpont.Mltty as nca
It la ordered that nSDNESDAY Uw ITth day of
December, A D. 1SN. In the tonrt lloaae at llllo, bo
and hereby ( appointed aa the tine and place for hear-to:
"Id petition and account and any oMacttoaa thit
may be offered tbered thereto F 3 LYilAS,
llllo, Uairall ISot 5th, lftl
corded In liber w. uu iviiwi 2ie am 317
account of the breaches of the com
SUPREME COURT OF THE
Islands In Probate Ia the nutter af
the Estate of RRNKE1'U UUMSHOI deemfted.
Order appointing time for Probata of Will and direct
in? publication of notice of th aaw
A document, purport! nr to be the leaf Will and
testament and two UodlcUa of Bri aaaat Btafep.
late of llonolnla. Oahn, deceased, caviftc on the tfemi
day of SoTember A D 14, bcea prevented to aW
rrooaie lovruuu a petition lertBa Probata tacrvor
and for tha Issuance of letters tettamantary to Cow
iw uiaiusji nu 3 -a umatvu Having will bm DJ IIICBI
It is herebr ordered IhatTLESDAY lhaMiul dav
of December .A D 1MM at IU o clock, a. ni fatdda.
at tne Court Room of said loan at VlUotaaf Hale,,
In Ilonolnln, Island of Oahn be and the same In hereby
appointed the time and place for prortac aald wIIp
and hearin said application, whea and whar any
person Interested may appear and conical tha said will
ana the granllnx nf letters testamentary
It Is further ordered that notice thereof be slven by
finblfcatlon for three nccelTe weeha In the
Uaxetteand Kockoa, newspapers prlaUd sad pa V
Dated Honolulu II I ot M.IWi.
A V JCI
Attest t hi rC Justice SeproBta oart
IttM Hiibt Smith Depnty Clerfc 3
.ttortsasjec' Notice of foreclosure &. of hale
TN ACCORDANCE WITU A POW-i.
er of sale contained ia a certain mortjracs taade by
II Manoa and Nahau his wlfa of Paaa, Bawati, tn Wm
L. Rose, dated the Utx day or Octobar, A U ltw, and
recorded in liber 79 pp 17 13 and notice U hereby
given that tald mortxaser Intend to foreloaa hm
mortgage for condition broken, and npoa said foreclosure
will sell at pnblic tMtionavtheOOeeftf D U
Hitchcock In llllo, on 8 VTT.KDAY. the th day of
November. 11, at 13 M the premises described In
the aid mortgage as below rpeeifled.
(Signed) WM L ROSE
The premises to aa sold are altaatod la Kanalcaa.
District of Pnna, Island of Hawaii, described la ltoyal
Patent So. KB, and consist of two pieces of land coo
talntng W and XI Acres respectively, togathar with al
the Improvements thereon
Fall particulars t be had of D II Hitchcock. t
torney atLaw, niio uawait. raw
Mortgagees Notice oriuteutloa to Korecloic
XTOTICE IS JIEllEHY GIVEN
JLl that pursnant to powers ol sale contained In,
three certain mort.ra.re deds to wit tut mavtnn.
madehyAIbecavlCKnnBlaheaof Ilonolnln, lakiad at
Oahn, to The rlawalian Investment aad gCBcyCoa
nanr Limited, dated toe 3th dav of VoMt iw imi
recorded tn liber TS. on folios Pi. aa
AlexankrJ tartwrlght of said Itosolala by deed, of
runt dated tne Stth day of Jnne ISM, and re
made by laid Albert K Kanniake to said Aleaaadfir
J Cartwrlzht. dated tbe 1st of febrnrj IMS, aid recorded
Id liber 7" folio ffil 3rd Baoftgage asade bv
said Albert K knnaiakea to said Alexander J Cast
wrl;ht dated the 3t!i of March tees, and recorded hv
llbcr 7J, folios XI 3-3, sad for breaches or the coa4l
tloos In said mortzage deed, contained that all and
liozaiar toe tanas tenements and heredilaaaente In
aid mortise deeda eonuined and described will after
ted bj law be sold at pablte auction on
itfiuona aa herein be-
The nroDertT in said sever 1 mnrtvum iliwritwi
bein? a follows 1st Ahopua of KnknAa situate tit.
Hilo, Island of Hawaii and mop particolarlr de
scribed In Royal Patent So MM L C Iwnrd No. WT3,
area 48 K acres nd Lands sltnate at KapanaJu
Mala and Pnako In Lahalnx, Island of Maul, beinc
Apanas 1,3 and 3 of Royal Patent So (RT7 L C Awart
o, WSJ, area 7 acres,? roods and 37 rods 3rd Land
situate at Lnakana Nouann Valley In tatd Island of
Oahn. described In Royal Patent No. tTTTft, L. t Award
o. 8315, area tit acres 4th Ahupuof Larmt. dt
scribed In L i Award No S&Ki 9ik hnpai of
Walaka, situate In Kohala Island t llawau and described
In Royal Patent No IWW hnaA or
Pahoehoe. situate In hona Inland of Hawaii and de
scribed In Royal Patent No. 166S 7th -Land of Kapn
nakca, descrlbetl In Royal Patent No 8777 L C Want
No M83, 9th Land or Vannaknl sltnate in Labains
Island or Jlaul, Royal Patent No r l C Vwartl
WS3. eth Ahupuaa of lnoa situate in Lsbalna, In
land of Maul, and more particularly described In L I
Award No NS3 luth - hnpuaa of Pnanoa, tie
scribed In Royal Patent No 197 L t Award So 8G13
Hth Land at Wailukn, Island of Manl known aaOwa
described In Royal Patent No a 13th Land at
Hantaknaloa, Island i Man) known a the Abopnaa
Halehakn, Rojal Patent No. IflssLL C waru WIS
of Pnhala. I land of Molokai. lUn Prrw
Ises known as Koalhelanl In said Iloaolnlu, L t
Award No. 90, Royal Patent 3M7 Vtrtni
ses In Nnnann Valley, Honoluta, Hojal Patent No ).
Dated Ilonolnln or ember 4th, isSi
AhE J CARTWRlOItT.
e. 1W1 4t
J M. Motsanmr, ttotaey for Mortgafee.
SuntEMi: court or tub
Iilamls lo Probate In tbe matter of
the Estate of LEE LOY Ute nf Hilo Hawaii de
ceased, lntesU'e t tanmben before Mr Jnstlre
On reading and flllnjf the pciiilon and account? or
W. Austin hitlns; Administrator of tho Estate of
iee m)t, laie 01 jiiio, Jiawui, dMcaseO, wherein h
asks to be allowtd $1,&M3, and charges himself with
$t,.6.0U. and asks tbat the hbk may he examined and
approred, and shows that said eaute In ImwlTrnt and
asks that a Anal order mar be made of distribution or
thennmertr remain! 9 in ni hatntiai in tk .
Boat not keeping to the designated course will not kVp " V eomiea, in proportion to their
1 k 1
clalma and diecbarlnx him and hia
inreties from all
farther responslbtlltr as snch administrator
.It Ii ordered.that MONO IT the 9U day of Drcembcr
A D ISM, atlUoclorka m , before the said
Chambers In the Courtllma at Honolulu bv and
the same hereby la appointed aa the time and
place for hearins; said petition and aceonnts and that
all persons Interested may then and there appear and
ahowcanae If any they hare why the same should not
be erantcd, and may present evidence ae to who are
entitled to the laid properly And thai thla order la
the JSngllah and Hawaiian lacauafe, be published la
T . and newspepera
printed and published la Honolulu for three
weeks pretloua to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Honolulu II. I ,hu fit. day Oct V. D ISM
DESJ U ISTK
Attist Justice Hupreaae Lonrt
lUiar 8mr Deputy Clerk. nan
OUI'aiEME COUTIT Ol'
kJ wallan Islands -In Probate
THE II A.
fn lLa ' ..
h V.,.,. nvxtiv . . . .7 '"' 1 w
...a " y nij.ihi ji.h uw 01 uonotnln de
ceaaed. Order appolnlinf time for Probate of Will
and directing publication of notice of aaaie.
A document, purporting to o. the laat WIU and testa
men; of Henry Itajr, or Ifotiolulu. deceased", harlnc on
tne i? i'Jol Ottobw A D 1WI, been preuntod to
said Irobate Court, and a petition for the Probate
thereof, aad for the lasoaace of lettera teaumentarr to
Tom May and Peter I Jonee.Jr barlos; been meof by
said Tom May and Peter C Jonea Jr
It la hereby ordered, that MOJJDAT the Uth iUr
of January, A D. 1888. at 10 o'clock a.m. of aald day at
the Court room of laid Court, at Honolulu, ono of the
Hawaiian Islands, be, and the same ia hereby appointed
the time forprorlns; said will and hearlniE
raid application, when and .here anyperaon interested
may appear and contest the said will, and the traatlnv
of lettera testamentary.
It la further ordered, that notice thereof be irises r
publication, for fourteen suecrssire weeki. In Th. Ha
wanax Oiirrrr a newspaper printed and EuMtaaed
And It la further ordered, that ciUUoaa be lsed to
the subscrlWnj wltneesea to aald will, and to the heir,
of the testator in their place, of resldenre m far aa
known to appear and conleet the prostate of tald will
at the time appointed, and that ia th. meantime totlen
of temporary admlnlatralion be Ism. to aald TonVMir
IZiZSijiV1.":!' I""''" Mas th.tr H.ta4
aereral bond In the ium of two hundred thousand d.1
Dated Ilonolnln. II L.Ocueu vm
Attest BE5J II AtSTIS,
Hilar Kami Justice of Sarprrme Curt
Deputy Clerk. U til
Mortgagee's Xollce of Foreclosure t. or Sale.
IN" ACCOlUJAXCEIVtTH A
of sale eonuined In a certain nwrteKe asade by
Kamon Ilarzand Dlsenu hla wife of Kohala. Hawaii
lo II P Wood, dated the flat day or January, A V
ISO, and recorded In liber Ja. folloe 1W and 1TI , aMIee
Is hereby jlren that laid moruraze. Inlendi to foreclose
said mortKin for coadltEra brohem, aad upon
aid foreclosure will sell at public auction on the
the property dettribM la aald mortgage aa below
For farther particulars apply to D It Hitchcock at
niio, Hawaii Xttorter to MMtnM. Saw to be nerd
on the IJch of DECEMBER SEW
The property ipecUed aboro consists of one mod
Frame House, in Kohala, Hawill allotted near the
Executor's Notice !
of lie WUI of ME. W irESWER. o UmoI.i.
deceased, Eotllei all person, baring claims azahut
the said estate to present the lame dnly aatheatfeater.
with proper Touchers, whether tcejured by or
otherwise, to the nndenlxaed wltfel ill menthi from
date, or tbey will b forerer barrfd Xotlce le alto
hereby zl'en that I hate thla day depulaed W. C
urelj to collect all monlee due to the Eaute.
II E McISTTRB,
.. Ziecntorof Will of WmWesaer
Honolulu, Anznst lSlh, list tea IBS
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