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BISHOP & Co., BACKERS '
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islr.ndr.
Driw Exchange on t'-e
Oitnlc oL'C'altroiMtii.. S. V.
And tliolr .igcnM in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG '0NG.
Messrs. X. M.RothiclilldiS;N i, London.
Tho Commercial Dunk C i f Sydney,
The Commercial liank Co., i f S.wlnoy,
The 11 ink of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstcliurrh, mul Wellington.
The II ink of Uihhli Columbia, Vic
toria, II. 0. and Poitland, Or.
Transact n General Banking Ruslnos.
Pledjd U neither Beet cor FarJy.
Bit ottiMlAol for tho b:ao5t of nil.
MONDAY, IS'OV. 3, 18S4.
THIS EVENING'S D0IHC3.
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Hook unci Ladder Co., 7 :80.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
The Advertiser dcfond3 the na
tion's going into debt for needed
public improvements. Its arguments
are sound in the abstract. The out
cry against borrowing has, however,
been due to the fact that the neces
sity for borrowing lias to n large ex
tent been created by the present Go
vernment, in having squandered the
ample revenues it came heir to, In
unproductive and unimproving ser
vices. What the Government's sup
porters are required to do just now
is to produce assurances that the
money wanted to be borrowed will
not in like manner be misapplied.
The Legislature having given th
Government a very long rope in the
matter of appropriations, there is
much reason to fear that it may bor
row and borrow to the end of the
period and the limit of the law, and
yet the country be left without its
numerous needed improvements.
Reports that had been abroad of a i
compact between Mr. Gladstone and i
the Irish party, wheteby for tho f
parliamentary support of the latter
the Government would concede the (
removal of Mr. Trcvclyan from the i
Irish Secretaryship and Lord Spencer
from the Lord-Licutenantship, i
seem to Jw '" rmxt .oou-
"Iyau has resigned. It is hard to see ,
what cither side is to gain from such
a baigain, if it has been entered into,
for already tho Irish party has begun
obstruction iu the House of Com- I
inons, and thctc is no icuuou to be- !
lieve that cny Government can long
ntlbrd to grant tho Irish just the
kind of administration which will
suit their ugitators.
Vote early and often tu-monow.
Vote for Blaine and Logan if you
want a glittering national policy,
embellished with rhetoric and mar
tial banners. Vote for Cleveland
and Hendricks if j-ou nould like a
change, and hae the best-looking
candidate and the nblcst one in the
two highest offices, of the Union.
Vote forSt. John if you want to for
swear the flowing bowl, and make the
nation sober. Voto for Butler if
you want tho Augean stables
cleansed, if you want rag money,
emancipated labor and a ruction
generally among tho dry bones. Voto
for Mrs. Stanton if you waut to
resign tho national breeches.
THE LAST SAD RITES.
The funeral of the late Honorable
Mrs. Bornice Pauaiii Bishop tool:
place, according to announcement,
yedtcrday. As befitted the rank of
the deceasod, an imposing 'stateli
ness mingled with tho whole solemn
proceedings, while tiic popular de
monstrations of sympathy were such
as to show that the whole community
realized a great bereavement. Tho
weather could not have been more
propitious for any out-of-door event,
the sky being bright all day and the
dust subdued by tho heavy showers
of th'o previous night. When the set
time for the obsequies upproaehed,
tho stir that arose along tho streets
would have shown the veriest stranger
that some unusual event was about
taking place. From every direction
people of many nationalities, pf both
scxe9 and all ages, were directing
their steps toward Knakopun, tho
house of mourning. Here came the
members of tho Kawaiahao Church,
in sombre black, to pay the last tri-
!'.-i' tLjiiiJV.cjj)u.tjit.,.ttiKriiia'jwijai'..aj)iJix!.'.jutirii:iji;jti icmvVi
butcs of respect and love to their
Into fellow-worshiper; there schools
of little ones, neatly arrayed, to fol
low to the tomb ono who had de
lighted to do them good. To the
ear there was a clatter of maitinl
hoofs and llio regular beat of mili
tary tread ; to the eye, n gay suc
cession of uniforms, as the hoise and
foot of tho royal guards, and the
gallant firemen by companies, to
gether with the vaiious societies iu
regalia, moved by different ap
proaches to tho rallying grounds of
the funeical pnrade. At the ap
pointed time for tho services to
begin in tho house, a scone not soon
to be forgotten was presented in tho
outside vicinity. Heavily draped in
tlutteiing crape, the large front por
tico was in mournful contrast to tho
blight mnnsion with its lofty gilded
vane, while the symbols of oc
coveting the massive gate pillars
warned tho casual glance that the
goigeous kahilis lining the gaidcn
avenue wcio not there to grace a
festival for the living. A platoon of
cavalry stood a guard of honor on
either side of tho main ontiancc. On
the opposite side of the sticct about
a hundred native women, of tho Kn
waiahao Chuich, weic diawn up in
line, Hanked by a few of tho inalo
members. Far down the loutc of
procession sti etched the lines of
military and of the other organiza
tions, which wero to precede tho
hearse, and far up the rear the cai
riages nud pedestrians that wero to
follow in tho cortege. Along tho
sidewalks in rear of all those men
tioned wnaa dense throng of specta
tors, of every nationality in our very
mixed population, Chiueso relatively
predominating as being the largest
clement in the community who did
not regard the pioceedings other
than as matter of curiosity.
The services at the residence were
attended by a large number of peo
ple. Their Majesties the King and
Queen, U. R. H. Princess Likelike,
H. R. H. Princess Kaiulani, His
Es. Gov. Dominis, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn. His Majesty's Ministers
Gibson, Kapena and Gulick, Chief
Justice Jtidd, Forcigu Ministers,
Consuls and others were assigned to
special scats. Shortly after the ap
pointed time, the chief mourners
tool: their seats at tho head of the
cecQed from the organ. The cotfln
was covered with a loyal pall of
black velvet, and surrounded with
tlie most profuse and beautiful dis
play ofllornl oifcrings that could be
conceived, consisting of crosses, pil
lows, horseshoes, wreaths, etc. The
services commenced with the Kawa
iahao Church Choir chanting a
funeral psalm iu Hawaiian, accom
panied on the oi gun by Mr. Wray
Taylor. It was sung most beauti
fully nud with marked expression,
drawing tears from many eyes. The
Rev. II. H. Parker then went on
with the service in Hawaiian, after
which he delivered very impressive
and appropriate prayer in English.
Tho Fort Stieet Church Choir then
sung very effectively without accom
paniment, "Blessed Home Land"
from the Gospel Hymns, by request
of tho Hon. Mr. Bishop. This
brought the services to a close, and
the coffin, which was resting on a
small bier on wheels, draped in
blnck with fiinge all round, was
then drawn slowly out of the houso
by the front enhance, down an
inclined platform to the catafalque,
the following acting as pall-bcnrcrs :
G. C. Beckley, Samuel Parker, R.
Austin, Palekaluhi, Kaluna, Kahale
hau, J. G. Hoapili, and .1. Hum
phries. The scene was distressing
in the extreme as tho body was
slowly borne from tho house. The
faithful attendants of the deceased
and others in tho giouuds broke out
spontaneously in bitter wailing,
which was taken up by tho native
women drawn up outside, until the
air was rent on all hands with weird
chants and mournful ciies. Tho
catafalque was the one used on
former occasions, with a canopy
surmounted by a crown draped iu
Tho procession moved off in the
oider given below, with lemarkably
little of the interruption incident to
putting such miscellaneous bodies of
people in regular motion. Coming
out of the gato the horses drawing
the catafalque were a little excited,
their prancing movements making
the spectators reheat, but thoy wero
soon curbed and behaved well for ,
the rest of the way. Following is
oitnr.it or riton.ssio.v.
A hotly of Police. ,
Marhnl of the Kingdom. I
Reformatory School Hand. i
Honolulu l'lic Depaitincut. I
Independent Older of Odd Fellows.
Knight of I'yth!n. i
Aliahnl Opioplo I'nnwal l.okuhi.
Aliahul I'ooln. ,
Ahnliul Opioplo linl I'ono KaiMliino o j
Kaitinaknplll and Kawahilmo. l
Kouoblkis of Laud of the lute. Mr. '
Governor of Oahu and Staff. I
F.oyol Hawaiian Military Band. j
. KingJs .Own I
Prince's Own. I
King's Guard. ' , I
Servants of tho Deceased. I
Members of Kawaiahao and Kaumaka-
The Clergy 6f the Anglican Church. I
Protestant Clergy. .
Kawaiahao omulo seminary.
On both sides wcio: Escort of Cavalry,
Small Kahilis and Pall Beareis.
Hon. C. R. Bishop with II. M. Qnsen '
II. R. II. Princess Lllluukulaul. j
Col. and Mrs. W. I Allen.
Mr. 1 lilshop.
Mles Kapoll and Kama!.
11. J!. II. Piluccss Llkcllke, Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn and Princcs Kalulaul.
nis Mnjcstv's Carriage.
His Majcstv's Staff.
Chief Justfco Judd.
His Majesty's Ministers.
Nobles. Consular Corps.
Cletki of the Government Departments.
Custom Houso Olllccrs and Officers of
Shciiffs of tho different Islands
Members of tho Ear.
Hawaiian and Foreign Residents.
The procession occupied about
twenty-five ininute3 in passing a
On Nuunnu Avenue tho cortege
was to be seen to the best advan
tage. There it had settled into a
regular beat and proportioned dis
tances, and tho wide and long thor
oughfare gave opportunity of view
ing the cavalcade as a whole. It was
a most striking sight as a spectacular
display at that place, and the pathetic
strains of the bands, as they dis
coursed the dead inarch and wcll
kuown devotional tunes, were calcu
lated to .leave un enduring impres
sion of tho event upon the 3ensc of
hearing. A more complete kaleido
scopic picture than the view of tho
procession, forward fiom the hearse,
could baldly be imagined. There
was the contrast of white raiment
trimmed With w'Uil'e; thehannonious
blending of thc prevailing red and
blue of the flic brigade aud blue
and white of tho police ; thp brilliant
mixture of all tho rainbow lines in
the uniforms of the troops, tipped
with the gay helmets with ultra
marine plumes, and daik caps with
red trimmings and cockades; tho
envahy guards and mounted mar
shals iu gold lace and gorgeous
array ; the boft and bright feather
capes of the pall-bearers ; the stately
apd beautiful kahilis with their sym
bolic meaning, and the gloomy cata
falque with its chilling signification
of the cortain end of all human
pomp and parade, followed by its
sad train of monuieis for the oithy
Arriving at the Royal Mausoleum,
the body was received by His Ma
jesty's Chamberlain, Col. C. II.
Judd. A platform had been built
to -receive the coflln and bier from
the catafalque, and as it was diawn
in to its last and final resting place,
the heart rending wails, from .he
large crowd of natives assembled,
was something beyond description.
The elegant coflln, which has bjen
previously described, borp tho fol
lowing inscription engraved on a
most beautiful plate of solid silver
in the form of a shield :
"The Honorable Be'rnice Pnuahi
Bishop, Daughter of the Chiefs A.
Paki and L. Konia, and wifo of tie
Honorable CliarlcsR. Bishop. Boni
December 19th, 1881. Died October
As soon as the body hat
been placed in position nnd the
mourners nud others who woro
privileged to bo admitted to the
Mausoleum had taken their places,
tue ucv. .ur. ranter offered up a '
prayer, and the Kawaiahao Choir
sang witli organ accompaniment that
beautiful hymn, "Rock of Ages," in
IlnAvaiiati. It wa3 specially selected
as ono of tho favorites of the deceased
llluqti'inna nilv r,. ),.l,, ....
tiounced the blessing, and then lov
ing hands arranged tho beautiful
flowers on and around tho coflln,
and after certain kahilis had been
fixed in position, the mourners took
their tlepnrturo nnd
the vast con
course soon afterwards dispersed.
The scene at the ccmoteiy timing
tho final litcs was one never to be '
erased from the memory of any
whose eyes took it in. On the rifiht
and fiout of the Mausoleum a bright
picture of tropical foliage Inter
spersed with a wilderness of color
and glitter; away to llie left the
baic and gloomy sido3 of Punch
bowl, with souiu spectators perched
at the summit; surrounding .the
portals of the royal tomb the sym
pathetic multitude, "conspicuous" to
the sight the kahilis with their sturdy
bearers, to the ear the dismal wailing
aud chanting of the women; and,
away in the foreground, looking out
over the height, the luxuriantly
embowered town, the reefs and the
ocean emblem of infinity. There
and thus was the Inst of the Kamc
hnmehns laid to lest.
HON. MRS. BISHOP'S WILL.
Tliis morning the petition for pro
bate of the will of Bcrnice Paiiahi
Bishop was filed by the executors,
Hon. C. R. Bishop and Mr. S. M.
Damon. Tliorc is real estate to the
amount of 5300,000 and personality
of S75.000. The following are the
names of the devisees: Clms. R.
Bishop, H. M. Queen Emma, H. R.
H. Princess Liliuokalani, Mrs. W. F.
Allen, Kaiulani Cleghorn, Bcrnice
Bishop Dunhnm, Kawaiahao schools,
Kawaiahao Family School for gills,
Mrs. A. Haalclea, Mrs. Antone
Rosa, Mrs. Kcoinailani Taylor, Mrs.
Nancy Ellis, Mrs. Caroline Bush,
Bernico Parke, Bernice Bates, Bcrn
ico Barnard, Annie Pnuahi Cleg
horn, Liiah Beinice Wodehouse,
Pauaiii Judd, Mrs. Sarah Parmenter,
Mrs. Emma Barnard, Kaliakuakol,
Kealohapauolc, Kapoll Kamakau,
Kapaa, Auhca, Kuaiwa, Kaakaole,
Kaluna, Iloopii, Naiapaakai, Hoika,
Lola K. Bush, S. M. Damon, H. H.
Parker, Kauliku, Kauliko, Kahaku-
akoi, Kealohapauolc, Iolani College,!
St. Alban's College, St. Andrew's
Priory, Mary B. Collins, Maggie
The following arc named as trus
tees of schools to be called Kainoha
mcha Schools : C. R. Bishop, S. M.
Damon, C. M. Hyde, C. M. Cooke
nnd W. O. Smith.
n. i. u. mor'nTuHiFFKiflTUJALBERT.
The Prinz Adalbert arrived off
port about 9 i m. Inst Saturday, 28
days from Yokohama. She reports
having had line, weather the entire
passage. This vessel will remain in
port about five days and then pro
ceed to Callao. The Prinz Adalbert
is a wooden ship of 3980 tons regis
ter. She entries 11 Krupp "guns,
and also two of a small size for boat
service ; also four Hotschkiss" guns,
and six Whitehead torpedoes. Her
engines are -1800 horse power. She
visited Honolulu in 1879, at which
time Prince Ilciniich was on board
as naval cadet. There is a band ou
uoaru this vessel, consisting of 10
musicians. Her complement of men
is 380, 33 naval cadets and 10 war
rant oillceis. Tho following is a
list of her officers:
Captain Frank Menslug.
First Lieutenant Geesler.
Naval Lieutenant Hessuer.
Sub-Llciitoiiams Weuimcr, Gerilcr,
Dunbar, Lender aud Krati3e.
Asst. Surgeon Euukwltz.
Chief Engineer Klemnnu.
Bandmaster G. nahn.
Captain Marines Schmidt.
1st Asst. Euginnecr Uemns.
Uud Asst. Euglneer LIchca.
AN ADJOORNED,(ANNUAL Meat
lug of tho' Stockholders of E O.
a i I & son (limitod; will bu held at
their office, on Wednesday, Nov. Oth, at
a o'clock p. m.
85521 L. C. ABLES. Srcrotary.
THE tlTlflnrattriwifl ,iO. !... . 1
. v..f,..t,u, ?I4IV .... inuut; ui-
jangemcuts lor opening a Portu.
KUC20 School, will
niso give lessons In
uiat language to foreigners
ing Fieiich. For partiouli
M. A. Gonsnlvcs & Co., 57 11
artiouJars apply to
o.. 57 Hotel st.
J. A. M. OSORIO.
SINGLE MAN IN A PRIVATE
"' , u or..lmo ? d make him-
tent man need apply. ' Address H. a
BY A YOUNG JAPANESE AS OF.
FICE BOY or in u mo. e. Under.
Itmids iiujiug and wilting EnglUli.
54 -It No. VI School st.
iBMLJtM ..IWII m II I II II m W'HBWBWWH i
rfiTTn nnTnTrn TTkT r '
"HI. H mUTA RJ.
JL 11 LJ JL UU11 1 lllli i n I....
Adjoining Do IdV,
The long Inoktd for opening of this
s'oii! will Ui on .Moi.di), Sjpl. 10. li,
wt.li a foil block ot
BOBT. DOKNOLLY,- manufacturer
rrf !l.,Hn tVfitMv Olnirer Hrnr. Ror.t Kecr
nnd Spruco Boer, wBloffortothe public In addition to my arlous depart
on Monday, coolinc drinks superior t6 mcnt',1 have tcomippointed solo Agent
nnr n tho Unwa laa lalunUS. 'lliB1"
drinks mentioned above aro manufac
tured at my Soda Works, back of Rose
Cottage. One trial of my Arctic Soda
will pronounce it tho best in the city.
My syrup aro Imported from London, .
comprise tho choicest of English fruits, I
nnmely Gooseberry, Cherry, Pear, ,
Itfisnberrv. Strawberry. Lemon. Red
Currant. J31nck Currant and Pine Apple,
Sarsaparilla, Ginger, Orange and Va
nilla. Anr of these lrults at
& et per 3-la.t!S.
My motto Is, to give a superior article
even If It cost more, and thereby ensure
With mv GINGER BKEH, ROOT
11EER and SPRUCE I2I3HR, I havii
been ut a heavy expense experimenting
on thorn, so ns to give the public drinks
that will ho both strengthening and
refreshing In this climate. I guarantee
them strictly VEGETABLE, no MINE
RALS employed. I ue some of tho
finest mivllclnal herbs that grow In the
States. Tho public wants a drink with
some nutrlmont In It. this you find in
mv beers that strengthen the body as
well as dilute tho blood for purposes of
a more easy How through the system.
They can bo taken by nny one us they
are absolutely pure. They are the most
onjoyablo thirst (pienohers ever Intro
duccd. I will sell thcin at prices to suit
Superior Genger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnelly's Root Boor, '
Connolly's Spruco Boer, " " "
Candies for the ftfiiilion
On Saturday, nt tho Fountain. My- us
soitmcnt is of tho llncst and purest des
cription nnd will be sold at tho lowest
possible price. Don't forget and call
early to insure n paekot of these rare
candies for tho loved ones at home. I
huvc also an assortment of Bon Boas,
Clovea and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles n speciality at the
Fountain, nil descriptions of home anl
foreign Cigars, to suit the most fasti,
dlous. Best brands of Tobacco and
Cigarettes. Hoping to get a ehaic of
putilic patronage hy supplying a good
uruiie. i luiuuni,
Bnji Fines, Fruit Trees,
ALLEN HERBERT has for sale and
V"v.eai3' t0 I),ant llt his Plnce in
10,000 Mi QrapB Vines
of the choice table nnd wine uiriule".
I & 2 year-olds at 50 cts. each.
Rose of Peru, Blnck Hnmbuig,
Brown Mm oca, Flam Tokay,
Zinfandolc, Grape cuttllng, 10 rts
Each or 87.G0 per 100,
Apple Trees, Fear, reaches,
Plums, Nectarines, Quince,
Red Clover, Timothy, Orchnrd Grass,
Rod lop Clover, Ky. Bluo Grims,
Porennlcnl Itye, Italian Rye,
Mixed Lan, Mullet Seed,
Alfalfa, Egyptian Corn,
Carrot Seed, Seed Oats,
All two year-olds, $1.75 each.
Packed and delivered on hoaid schooners
nt Honolulu fice of chaige.
Ofllcu on Queen Street.
JU8T LAMED !
OPHEUA & VARUNA
PIG BRAND PORTER, In qlts & ptj,
TENNENT PALE ALE,
TENNENT PORTER, .
E. & J, BURKE'S STOUT.
BASS'S ALE, "
Do. LIGHT SPARKLING ALE, "
Do. MINERAL WATERS,
Fo'' tSulo at JLowout XltitoM
in lots to suit at
F. A. SCHAEPER&Co.
WANTED a situation as Cook by a
Portuguese who understaiids a
little Englhh. Apply
GONSALVi: A CO , 57 Hotel Si.
MY AUsrvr.r uiinu
THIS KIlR'llillll AHna P ll..t'.,.
(mv alHtnit wlir ..... ' .. ""-"
in iking Du nrtment foi me, and rccei0
allaeeoums due. whoso receipt for tho
same ulll be mfllelfiit.
MRS. A. 3IELLI3, 101 Fort SU
Honolulu, Oct. 28th, ww! 854 lw
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Wcrk Again.
Hu.ines Couimiuiltv mid niv
1. Put ions
L'liicndM iliioi ajiout ll.o
I lutids will iltii'C lake lotno ilml I
have rdiirnid Irnin my nip to il.e (. nt
mid wllh luipioud IivIIIiIim Jor (oi-.
dinting my Gm ml Oil u lli.tliiow. 1
most respectfully iolK.lt in il.e Inline
the patronazo heretofore extended to
dUTlac my.?juiccii encacemont la
. tho iUnouom for the pMMJVO rear
iul '" ok.uaiiiiipiraimi our-
11 net on nnd Guincr Eiill llonds. nln
soliciting Agent for the San Frar.dsco
IllumlnatiDg Card AdTorllsemcnt-Com-pany.
Orders for Goods,' Wares and
.Merchandise of every kind and nature
sent to tho Coast, and satisfaction
guaranteed and on tho most reasonable
In my Real Estate Department, I Juno
alwav6 on hand choice property to jell
and House?, Rooms and Offices to lease
and let. I collect iont, nay nnd dis
charge toxes, insurar.eo and oilier necef
sary repairs when required. Landlords
nnd Owners will find that it will ho to
their advantage to place their Heal Es
tate interests In my hands, s I will
carefully attend to this branch of my
business to their entire satisfaction.
Custom House Entries executed at
Books and Accounts ke-ut and niHnt.
ed, nnd Quarterly Dills distributed nnd
collected accurately and promptly.
Soliciting Agent for tho Mutual LI
Insurance Co. of New York, also Fl
Don't forget that
1 do business on
.1. 12. AVISEMAISY
The only recognized General Busincsn
Agent in the Kingdom.
Ofllces, 28 Merchant Street, Campbell's
Tim Proof Block, Honolulu.
P. 0. Box 31C Telephono H2.
BEOS 10 Inform the public that ho has
per Mariposa, an eleaant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
W. H. PAGE.
KMLU GAERIA8S MUIUFAUP
NOa. 123 and 130, TORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, 11. l.
f-,T!toIUciU'"nct plains a completo
khl . g?,P' B'ksmlth Shop, Paint
Sliop, and Trimming Shop. "
DHAYS Aim TRUCKS,
HAND OARTS, &&, &a,
nmlInnC.l(?rlcr on mos 'aTorable terms
anu all work, guaranteed.
Tho Closest Attention Blvcn to ro
pair work of nil Itlnils.
IIaing been in business on the Island
for a number of years employing none
but the most Skillful of Mechanics and
using only Al Material, I can Tstr'lctlv
f a11 Jeaing my IS
Givq mo a oall before purohasinn
Don't forget the place.
marvi 0 ,...FORT STREET.
OrrOQITE DODD'S STABLKS.
W. H Page,
-J0l . PROPRIETOR.
Tor Froi.ht or Charter.
J&L THE BGTA'E
Apply nt tho
8M llll Pinrin Wi
-- .w .. iuaiiu.n (JO,
Boots M Sloes
1 1 'ST RliOEIYED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
m w QUEEN STREET.