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BISHOP & Co., BA KEliS
Honolulu, Hawaiian It ands.
Draw Exchange on l.o
Hanlt ol'C'aliroi'ui.t, S. IP.
And ihclr agents !
NEW YOnK, BOSTON, HON ! KONO.
Mors. 'X. M.Kothschlld AS r, Loudon.
The Comniorclnl Hank Co.. .it Sjdnoy,
The Commercial Hank Co., if Sydney,
Che Hank or Nov Zealand- Auckland,
Ohrlstchurdi, and Weill ,-;tou.
The Hank of Hrlllsh Coll nibin, Vic.
torin, H. C. and Portlat d, Or.
Tr.ui-nci n (lencriil Hanking Ilu-dne-M.
Plnlgol to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat estiMljhol for tUc b;a;V. of all.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. fi, ISS-l.
THIS EVENING'S OOINCS.
Oahu Lodge, No. 1 K. oil'. 7:00.
Bethel Prayer Meeting, at 7:110.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
A remark made in this paper the
other day, that "the necessity for
borrowing has, to a large extent,
been created by the present Govern
ment, in having squandered the
ample revenues it came heir to, in
unproductive and uiiimproving ser
vices," is combated by the Adver
tiser. That paper points out that
the Loan Act of 1882 was in accord
ance with the estimates brought
down by the previous Government,
in which expenditures exceeded
revenue by a million, and was de
signed for the furtherance of immi
gration. Veiy good, but the Gov
ernment came heir to a balance on
the right side in the ordinary revenue
and expenditure account, and in two
years the balance was shifted far 011
to the wrong side. The country was
run into debt, apart from special
loans. Sonie-of the most important
service-, depending upon the ordi
nary revenue were reduced to beg
gary. Tax-paers in the rural dis
tricts did not receive bad: their pro
portion of the amounts levied upon
them for the maintenance of roads
and bridges. Education suffered for
want of funds. Different public im
provements in progress had to come
to a halt for the same cause, involv
ing the deterioration of costly mate
rial left lying unused and exposed
to the weather. And why were
these things thus? Principally be
cause the revenue was squan
dered that's the word in sala
ries for otllciuN hired to do the
duties of .Ministers; upon such un
productive, uiiimproving and inelll
cient services as those performed by
the Hoard of Genealogy, and gener
ally, by the loose, irregular and ex
travagant style of expenditure shown
up by the Finance Committee, whose
report has never been effectually
gainsaid. Then the Government,
knowing that a shrinkage of revenue
was inevitable during this period,
came down to the late session with
out any flnaucial policy except to let
the Legislature run riot with the
appropriation bill in respect to all
.oidinary and somo extraordinary
.services, and get the largest votes
possible for unnecessary and extra
vagant purposes. That was squan
dering the ordinary revenue in
advance, and it was done to such an
extent that certain public impiove
nients were referred to the public
loan fund, which under a financial
administration suited to the country's
resources might well have been
provided for out of t lie ordinary
revenue. Appropriating an excess
of expenditure over revenue, on top
of the former deficit, which the
Government is responsible for, -if not
a reason for any of the borrowing
hitherto provided for which we
claim it is is certainly pait of 11
course it cannot be dignified by
the nutne of a policy which can
only icsult in heavy borrowing in
the future. A creditable balance
sheet for the oidinary revenue and
expenditure account would be the
. best showing the Government could
make in the money market to enable
it to dispose or its bonds readily and
to advantage. By putting forth
such obscure, misleading and irre
gular ilnnncial reports as the one
lately published officially, purpoiting
to bo for the first six months of this
$V- MAtnl flirt f-2rtvni.imrtn fnvilna r.vnvi.
trnll.u'tnlinr nf tbo r.f.lin.rv to have
no better wish for tbo Ministers
than that they shall continue to be .
unsuccessful !u negotiating author
An account of the wonderful elec
tric girl of Georgia will be found on
the fourth page.
The editor of the Gm'tle winds 14)
a .spicaii-cuglc account of yester
day's political spice willi this pero
ration : "And when till of us of
whatever party, and whatever faith
stopped for u moment, to think,
those of us who ever thank God for
anything thanked God we were
Americans" lie apparently swooned
away before he could finish, speak
ing for himself, " who left our
country for our country's good."
The San Francisco Merchant of
Oct. 24th has nuothcr long 111 tide
on the Australian mail service. It
notices the fact that New South
Wales lias given notice of withdraw
ing its snppoit, and considers that
colony is hinting itself more than
anyone else by the action. The
opposition encountcicd by the line
from ttic British Government it at
tiibules to British jealousy of
America in regard to the Pacific
trade. Again it urges tiie advan
tages of the Hussell, New Zealand,
and San Diego, Cal., route, anil
slates that " New Zealand can and
no doubt shortly will " adopt it and
thus reach London in twenty-three
days anil twelve hours. An appeal
is finally made to Congress to come
to the assistance of New Zealand in
maintaining Pacific communications.
In a former issue we gave figures
from the San Francisco Mtrcuuil,
showing the exports from San Fran
cisco for the first half of this year
to be, to the Hawaiian Islands, nearly
a million and a half, or greater than
lo any other country with the ex
ception of the Biitish Islands. In
its last issue the Mcrchunl makes a
similar comparative statement of the
aggregate trade exports and im
portsof the United States with
twenty of the principal countries
doing business with the United
States in the year 1883, showing
that only one of them, the United
States of Colombia, came up to the
Hawaiian trade. Great Britain, Ger
many, France, Mexico, China and
Canada are not included, but most
of the other countries mentioned are
many times more populous thnn this
group. We give a portion of the
list: V. S. Colombia, 12,010,120;
Hawaii, $1 2,01-1, .VJG; Canary and
Philippine Islands, SI 0,012,037;
Argentine Republic, SO, 735, 307,
among thoc at the head, and Chili,
$3,20G,080; Peru, 83,020,812;
Dutch West Indies, S2,3!)(i,0G2 ;
Greece, 81,322,587, at the tail.
In the will of the late Hon. .Mis.
Bishop a board of trustees are ap
pointed as follows: Chas. 11. Bishop,
S. M. Damon, C. M. Hyde, C. M.
Cooke and V. O. Smith, and arc
directed to spend an amount of
money for the erection of two
schools for boarding and day
scholars, lo be known as the Fame
liameha Schools. They are to find
suitable premises for the erection of
these school buildings, and furnish
them. A poition of each year's in
come is to be expended for the sup
port and education of orphans and
others in indigent circumstances,
giving preference to Ilawaiiaus
purely or partly aboriginal. The trus
tees are to provide first and chiefly a
good education in the common Eng
lish branches, instruction in morals,
and in such useful knowledge as
may tend to make good and in
dustrious men and women. Tlio
teachers shall forever bo of the Pro
testant religion. Any vacancies in
tho board of trustees shall bo filled
by the Supreme Cum t. The boys'
school is to be creeled first and to
be in efficient operation before the
girls' school is commenced on. The
trustees shall have power to deter
mine to what extent said schools shall
be industrial, mechanical or agri
cultural. Tin; result of the Presidential
election will not ho known in Hono
lulu until the arrival of the S. S.
Alameda on the 22nd, unless, per
chance, a sailing vessel should drop
in a day or two ahead.
Correspondence is solicited on tlio top
ic t the day, or what limy become po.
Ve lcscrvo the right to c.ncIso purely
pel 'mud matter.
Wo do not hold 0111 el ves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
A PHILOLOGICAL QUESTION.
EniTou Uumxtin: Would, you
iileasc inform U9 llirouch the col-
limns of your paper, whether in the
Hawaiian version 'of tliu phrase
"Do you speak Hawaiian?" or
"Do you speak the Hawaiian lan
guage?" the word ' Hawaii" or the
word "kanaka" is grammatically
and properly to lie used. You
would exceedingly oblige and settle
a difference of Orixiox.
Axswr.ii. Neither is correct. You
.should say, "Uaike oe i ka olelo
Tlio Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session this morning,
Wallitkii Sugar Co
Waluiaualo Simnr C
(Jroc Hunch I'lanti'tl'inCo..
Star 31111 Co
I'.iukau htig.ir Co
Reciprocity Migar Co
Pala Plain. C 100
Hawaiian Dell Tel. Co 115
C. ilrcww & Co. (Meieantlle)
Inter Nluml S. N.Co
K. O. Hull A Son (Uminil)...
Wilder' Steninhip Co
Woodlawn 15 dry C S,"i
As is well-known, .George Fassctt
is quite a ladies' man. Last even
ing, in his usual gallant and thought
ful manner, he hired the band to go
and serenade some of his favorites
of the gentle sex. Arriving at the
house, the band with George at tlio
baton, played some magnificent
selections. All the time they were
playing George wondered what his
friends were doing and why thoy
didn't make their appearance, and
show some appreciation oT his
efforts. So George slopped the band
and rapped at the door, but no one
answered. He went round to the
back, looked into the kitchen, cook
house and even the stable, but they
were all gone out. The last seen
of George was with hi-, head under
the pump in the Hotel yard.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Mr. Dickson, Liberal member of
the British House of Commons, was
so badly injured in a riot, at 11 meet
ing in favor of the franchise bill at
Portadown, on Oct. 22nd, that, he
was confined to his room next day.
The ' largest and most powerful
steam tug in America was launched
from Nealie & Leny's ship-yaid,
Philadelphia, Oct. 2."ilh. Captain
.lames B. Eads, promoter of the con
templated ship-iailway across the
Isthmus of Tehuantepec, is the
owner. Ho will use it in liN opera
tions in the Gulf of Mexico.
Gladstone has written a long letter
to tho St. Asaph Diocesan Confer
ence, 011 the .subject of the dis-esta-hlishmcnt
of the Church of England.
In it lie counsels churchmen to be
tolerant of each other's views, and
conduct their controversies with
charity, moderation, mildness and
Trevclyan, the Irish Secretary,
has resigned, and tlio nationalist
papers exult over his withdrawal
from the Cabinet. The late Secre
tary is guarded wherever he goes by
It is reported by Montana papers
that many of tho unfortunate mob
who so erazily rushed into the Cojur
d' Alene mines last winter, having
scattered out in that Territory and
become tramps and stock thieves by
stress of hunger, have been hanged
by the cowboys some of them on
mere suspicion. It is now considered
unsafe to be caught as a tramp in the
vicinity of a stock range in Montana.
Since 1878 no less than seven
women in Los Angeles, Cal., have
perished in the attempt to li-dit fires
The oldest inhabitant of Yakinn,
Washington Territory, lias never
known times to be bo bad as they nie
in that resion.
There are twenty thousand head of
beef cattle for sale in Klamath
HE FEARED NO FOE.
The memory of a drunken man is
sometimes strikingly alive. A well
known citizen stood in a bar-room
attempting lo induce every one to
Vers" nalurallv his war ex-
perience soon camu up. and with that
cliest-swell of pride which ever t.-luir-
. , ., ' , , , ,, , , ,
acterizes the old Bohlier, he said :
"I fought seven buttles duriug tho
war, and nin't afraid of no runn."
"Come on and go home," remark
ed n fiictid, taking hisnrm.
"No, I won't go home. I fought
seven battles, mid 1 ain't nfrahf of
no man, but 1 won't go home. I
am a married man." Arkansas
BY A GERMAN' ns Guidcncr or Him
tier In 11 pilvnto fanilh.
Apply .1. K. WISKMAN.
801 Iw S!8 Merchant -licet.
BY AX KXPFKIENOEI), SOBER
MAX, to take cari' of Bonis
can milk 11 cow If required.
Hie l'ftliion tannics.
MAN OK HOY to take care of a
Garden. German niofcrrcd. Ap.
ply nt leoitfl THIS OFFICE.
Those in want of Good, Fresh, Clean,
machine Rfiade Poi,
Can obtain tho s-une by leivlng orders
and loiruincis with
At Pacific Nndgatlon Co.N, Building,
801 (Jut-en street. tt
The Puunui Dairy for Sale.
LKASK 1,000 AChU-, 7 YEAKS TO
ltUN, Ki'iiUI $l,(!0U per je.ir. fiOO
lii-iid of chou-v cuttle, 14 hdid of Horses,
1 Wagon, a Cottages, Dauy lnipioc-iiient-,
C2T Sell Good HI and everything
tliiouguiiul lor $12,11(10 A dies o-ap
ply to .). i.. 11 isi HA.
Hi 1 tv Gcnciiil Hu-iiH' w Agent.
Cottage to Let and Furniture
For Sale !
A T NO. 15 1 FORI' STREET, nbove
jtx. lleiemnla s-tr t", 11 nenily luinlsli
el l rooni(l Collage. 1-11 nil Hi o for
S lo nt $if.0. Knit I of Coiuijc, ?0
per month, suitable for email fmiuly
Apply 10 J E. uiSEMvX.
SCO lw II011-0 Hroker.
rpiIK 1 11 Icoign -d, who lins iiiaile rr
JL ia igumuiii tor opening , l u
giiu-e puhuil, wl 1 hImi gliu lebion in
1 hut language tn loiulg iei undeiviti d
iug I-'iu ich. For pailioiili r upplj to
M. A. G oii-ulvei it Co., -V? Hold s,i.
S.-,!)lf J. A M OOIUO.
A SINGLE .MAN" IN A I'HIVATE
XX. V JULY, to l ike charge ot liowcs
milk two or thrco ows.nnd make liim
4clfgi.iiei.illy useful. Only a compc
lent man need iipply. Address 11. C.
Si7 lw ll.iw.uii.il II010'.
Adjoining Do Id'",
The long looked for opening of tbN
store will Lo on Monday, S;pt. Hiih,
with a full stock of
JtOHT. DONXOELY, lnanufiietnrer
of iiiidu Water. Ginzor llcer, Hoot 1-eei
und Spruce liee-r, will offer lo the public
on .Monday, conlnnr drink'i (,u, crior to
itnv in tho Hawaiian Islands. 1 lie
diinki menlioned aliovo are inanufac
tuied nt my Soda Work, bank of Ho e
Cottage. Oie trial of my Arctic Soda
will pronounce It the best in the city.
-My s.yrtipi nie impor.ed fiom Loudon,
comprise the cholecst of Engll.-h fnuU,
namely Gootebeny, Ch rry, Pear,
Itispberry, Strawbeiry, Lemon, Hed
entrant, illuck Currant and I'ine Apple,
Miis.iparllla, Ginger, 'Orange and Va
nilla. Any of these fruit-) at
Jly motto U, to give a superior article
even If it cost more, and ilieieby ensiiie
With inv GINGEU BEKIt, HOOT
HI-EH und faPHUCE HE1IJ, I lmve
been at a heavy e.peiuo experimenilag
on them, mi as to give the public drinks
that will be both bin ngthi'nlng and
lofiC'hiiig in tblK diiiintv. I giinraolee
iliein strictly VEGEl'AHLE, no MIN" -HAI.S
iniiloyed. I uto kiimii ot the
llue.st lui-diciiiai neriw inai grow in nie
.Matcrf. The iiiibllc wains a ill ink with
borne uiitiiment in It, this you Had in
my beeis iliat Mrengiliiu iho body as
well as dilute tbu blood lor purposes ol
a more easy flow iluoiigh lliu sysiem
Tiey can be taken by ny one as ihcy
me alisoliuely jiiiie. T ey aie the most
enjoyable thirst ipieiiebera uv, r lnlio.
duced. 1 will bell them at prices to suit
one and all.
Superior Gengcr Boer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly'o Hoot Boer, " " "
Donnolly's Spruco Beer, " " "
Candies for the Million
On Satuiday, nt the Fountain. My af
Miitmcnt Is ol the linostatid puic&t den.
cription and will be sold nt Hie louist
pos-dblo price. Don't forgit nnd call
eirly to Insuie a packet of tin c rare
candles for the lnvid oiie at bonis. I
lnvcJ nl -lo an ahu l ment of Hon Huns,
Cioveh and Nuts of all description?.
Pmokeis' Arllcico a boeclallty nt tho
Fountain, all iiuicilplioii of horne mil
! foi-ilLMi ClifiilH. lo bull the moslfa-.il.
i dims. Ilest brands of T(dmcco ami
' Cigarette-,, Hoping to get n slmro of
' '" " r " ,"",:',?. """''" " b"-u"
article, 1 leinaiu,
i You s rrspect fully
I 814 3ro KOilEBT DONNOLLY.
ji-jji iPTf "1"i T-lHatf fltMH I iiH'"1!! - TOM' I )0 ti MiutiittittlUUmSUmtfl
J. E. WISEMAN'S
Ready for Active Work Again,
rpHK Httlnes Community and my
JL IMttous ginciallv throughout iho
Inlands will pleu-c take notice iliat I
lmve relumed from my irlp to iho Coiu-t
and wllh Impmu'd tnelliths for con.
ducting my Cciu-rul Olllt-e Hii'lnc". I
most reiect fully solicit in the future
t lie patronage li'crcloforo extended to
me inning my oii'ine-s engagement m
the IvIiil'iIoiii for the past live year..
In addition to my various depart,
nicnte, I have Iccnnproinftdfolo Aceut
for the St. .lo & Hannibal and tho Bur
lington and Qtilnr-y Rail Hondi, alio,
soliciting Agent for the Knn Francbeo
Illuminating Card AihertUcmcnt Com
pany. Orders for Ooodj, Wines mid
Merchandise of oury kind and natuie
sent to the Coasl, and satisfaction
guarantied and on tho most reasonable
In my Heal Estate Department, I have
iilwavs'on hand choice piopeity to sell
nod llou'cc, Kooiih and 0111cm to leae
and let. I rolled lent-', pay nnd dis
charge luxe, insuranco mid onlir neces
sary tcpaiis when rcouirril. Landlords
nnd Owners will flnct Hint It will be to
their iidvnntnge to place their Real E
lato interests in my hand", ns I will
carefully attend to this brunch of my
business to their etiliio Mitl:liieiioii.
Custom Hoiifec Entiles executed nt
Hooks and Accounts kept and adjust
ed, and Quarterly Hills distributed nnd
collected uccurntely and ) romptlv.
Sol lolling Agent for the Jluiuiil Life
insurance Co. of Jew "iork.nlso Kin
Don't forgel that I do buMnc9 on
hudnesi principle?. Give nil- a call.
J. 13. AV1SEIV1A2S",
Tho only rocognbed (iiiur.il Buslucs
Aeut in the Kingdom.
Offlcis, 28 Merchant Street, CainpbellV
riii'l'ionl lllock Honolulu.
P. O. Hoxilir. Telephone 172.
JDEGS to info'in Iho mil lie that hti ha?
J JLT RECEIVED
pur iMnr'posa, an eh gant assortment of
Genln', Ladles', mid Children's
Boots & Shoes
Or THE BEST QUALITY.
HONOLULU CAERIA&E HAKUFA010RV
NOS. 128 and 1!10 FOHT STItEEl
(opposite Pautlieon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
Tho ilanufactory contains a complett
Cinl.igc Shoi), libickunith Shop, Palm
Shop, und Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &C.
Made to Order on niott favorable termt
and all woik guaranteed.
Tlio CliiNCNt Attention kIvch to re-
iiali- -ivork of all UIikIk.
llalng been in business on lliu I-hini
for a number of ears emplojlng noni
but the most Skillful of M-chnnlc., inn
using only Al Material. I can Mrlcih
giiaranteo all worn leaving my Manu
factory. Givo me a call before purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and U'O FOHT STHEET
oiTosm: dodo's btaiilus.
For Freight or Charter.
2??K XI i. Zi ii. t iJ."
Apply nt iho
814 1m Pacific Navigation Co.
FOlt SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
&irlui QUEEN BTREET.
M bTs uarti
BOOtS 1 olfiS
W. H. PAGE,
rpilE UndiYf l),nel l'upiie-Kr of tliu
PIONEER HFAX UW Mm
desliei to Inform blspnlioiisandllio pub
lie generallv thai iiutulllislnniling iho
recent DISAoThOUS El HE, bus creeled
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a much more Extensive Scale uhieh
It now lu I'uu. Ol'KiiAiiox, mitl which
will bo In foinpleie working oidir by an
Early Arrival of new Mnehlnoiv nnd
Tools; nnd l now again prepaic-dto
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand hit deli.
clous Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUQAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROA8TED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES Of great val lely OIT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all desClllllloilP. All tlin lliimn
Made Fresh mid Purr Confections, I fell
.U GO cents PER POUXD.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always
on band and crnnmeuted in the
tnost artistic Uyle.
MXEVCOE 3PIJES !
always fresh, ns uho
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale nt to cents per pound.
Will recelvo 1 ir CoiihiicIo the balance
of my new mncldnc y of the newest do.
ilgns tor ninnulm tilling all descriptions
if plain CaiidUs; thanking the public
tor prcUous libcinl patronage and so
liciting a continuance of bi-.me.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Tin: OLD bta.nd. 71 Hotel bliect
P. O. Ho.- No. 75; Telephone No. 74
WENNER & CO.
ms 'oi:t Htnr.i.T,
Have on hand New I-oieign nnd Home
Watches, Bracelets, Nocklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And Orn-unenu of all kind?.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitable lor 1 re-cii'ation.
lliicrnvliiK and Xntive .lewoli-y
lie-pairing in all its branches.
2" Sole Agents for King's Eyo Presorvors.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
MEALS Bg 3IAI.
Cook'dtoord'ri5SEs,At all hours.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Itereivcd by every steamer. G01
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffee at All Hours
The finest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT T11U I'AUK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
t3T"TI o only sea-side resoil in tho
Kingdom. II. J. NOIl'K,
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for railage piomptiy nt.
ended to, nt tho lowest lates. AUo for
AVIilto ami llliu-k Hand
la quantities to Milt, at lowe-,1 prlcct.
UAYA WOOD CHARCOAL, In any
OT quantity, tiom 1 to 100 bug,
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakua St.
Trees nnd Saddles of all kinds made lo
order nnd repairing II-irnes, etc., donu
in short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to. 0U3 )y
PAPElHtUI Ell mid I1UNK-I10OK
liook Binding of all decrlp ton neatly
nnd i roinptly executed.
Gaz.'tto Bylldlng . . Merchant street
lf . !
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jtf. v VwL'fife''.iS
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