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Tr.insact h General linking Huslnes.
PlaJgoJ to neither Beet nor Party.
But ejtiWIjhol for tlu bsnaSt, of all.
SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Torchlight Procession, 7 sharp
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Gospel Temperance Meetim; at
Casino at the Park, open all day.
Bethel .Sunday School, at !):!.
Fort St. Church S. S. at :!.".
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
lictlicf, Services, morning and
St. Andrews Cathedral, service,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
THE DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS.
After nearly a quarter of a cen
tury the Democratic party of the
United States lias its innings in the
government of the nation. Let us
hope it will bo truer to its trust than
the last time it held sway. The
success of the Democrats does not
take us by surprise. Neither would
that of the Republicans have done
so. Several new and unfathomable
elements appeared in the contest
just closed which, to foreign opinion
especially, made the issue exceed
ingly problematical. It is needless
to recapitulate these, which now
belong only to a stale story. In
view of the President elect's social
record, aa laid bare upon apparently
unimpeachable evidence, a measure
of dNgrace must attach to the
choice of such a man to the highest
social pinnacle in the nation. Prob
ably, however, thousands who be
lieved the worst scandals raised
against him yet believed he was a
safer man for the nation than Mr.
Maine. againt whom a rather formi
dable indictment was made for hi-
combination of private interests
witlt public dutie- in bis dealings
with railway brokers and lobbyists.
We apprehend no very radical
change for the present in the com
mercial policy of the Union, on
account of the triumph of the Demo
cratic paity. It gave a rather un
certain sound upon the question of
free trade and protection in the con
test, and is not such a unit upon the
question that its leaders, even if
united themselves, can afford to go
far in the reversal of the policy to
which the country has been so long
committed. It is possible that with
all its fieo trade proclivities the
Democratic Government, .supported
so strongly as it is in the sugar
region, may he leas willing to main
tain present relations with these
Islands than the Republican one.
Upon this and other relations the
result may bear to this Kingdom it
is only idle to speculate. Sulliee it
now to say that wo rejoice to-day
with our American friends who feel
joyous and condole with those who
The largest party in Honolulu to
day is probably composed of those
who say they expected nothing but
what has happened in the Presidential
election the old " I-told-you-so"
Tliu following is tin; Presidential
jj James A. Garfield, Rep., l,lfl,HG
u W. S. Hancock, Dem., !,-l 14,0.12
.1. 15. Weaver, Greenback, .'108,578
Ncal Dow, Prohibition, lO.Mi
A correspondent seems to think
k l.nf flm curiiliic tif llw. l.i tr. inrrnH.i
" . ciliniilrl tm In l'liilnrtinimr fnrinfn' i'ii.
gatta obligations. e are of tho
same inind, and after tho Marino
SI.itlii"i.r f.rriiv irnln flui milt II vmi
z,.iv.uiiihj k.m J,-... ...v. -..j. ... ..u.i
two years ago, this paper might be
jiaid its regatta advertising account
of last year. The modesty of the
.3rr xsrrr-z. -s:
committee in withholding the adver
tisement from the I)um.i:t:s this
year, while the prospect of being
ablo to pay for it and last year's
was doubtful, was very admirable.
It is fortunate- Hint tho financial re
sults of this regatta will trlicve next
year's committee from the embar
rassment of having no paper in the
place which could be asked to do
tho advertising except as deadhead.
A coriepondcnt suggests that a
scheme of civil service examina
tions primarily for the benefit of
young I lawaiians should be insti
tuted. It is a suggestion we can
heartily suppoit. Wo should like to
see a missionary spirit in its broadest
sense pervade the white people who
make their home here. There would
be infinitely more glory in raising
tho native race a more noble ono
than most baibarian races found in
modern times ; in saving at least
a remnant of it to civilization, limn
to ruthlessly bear it down beneath
the hoofs of that pagan worldliness
which has rushed through the door
opened by Christianity. The nomi
nal policy of this country has been
in this respect in the light direction,
but there is evident a growing dis
position to bo impatient of tho
aboriginal backwardness and nega
tive qualities, and to leave the
native to the sure and fatal issue of
unassisted competition with expert
Christian and heathen rivalry. It
is to be hoped this disposition may
be checked, and the scheme sug
gested bj' our correspondent is one
item in the bill of our duty in that
regard. Canada is succeeding well
in her efforts to civilize the remain
ing depicted tribes of her Indians,
who were not half bo promising sub
jects for the process as tho Ilawai
ians. and the conditions of civiliza
tion are much more sevcie there
This Bird Crows for the Win
ning Side Every Time.
lie Electoral fete !
Electoral Majority of 37 for
Wr. have been unable to procure
a table of the vole by States for this
issue, but the following is a state
ment of the number of members
elected to the Klcctoral College by
New Jersey 0
New York 150
Noith Carolina 11
South Carolina 0
"West Virginia (i
New. Hampshire -1
Rhode Island 1
Total '. 182
Will Election !
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In California Stato Blaino rcci'Jv- i
ed a majority of-11,-171) in the popu
lar vote, the figures standing Ulaino
87,0'JO; Cleveland 70,001.
Blaitw also carried San Frmu isco,
getting 2-1,01 to Cleveland's 20,
G03 a majority of close on four
The Demccratic majority in North '
Carolina is 25,000.
Nevada gives Blaino 800 majoiity.
The latest from New York shows
a majority for Cleveland of not less j
There is tremendous excitement
in the South over Cleveland's elec
tion. Mr. Blaino says he docs not feel
disappointed, in any personal sense,
but profoundly so on account of the
vast national interests depending
upon the result.
llu.v Butler got 23,8Cfi votes in
Cleveland has an estimated plura
lity of 105,000 in Texas.
Pennsylvania gives Blaine 80,000
plurality ; Kansas, 50,000.
All the Northern Stales except
Now York seem to have gone heavily
Ci.iTespondcnro is snlieitcd on the to:
ie .'f thedoy, or what may become so.
We lesorvc Hie right to excite purely
Wo ilonot hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed liy our cor
THE REGATTA SURPLUS.
EniTim Bui.i.uTix: It is well un
derstood that the surplus of money
over and above the expenses col
lected for this year's races is to be
awarded to the live contesting clubs
in the regatta. The writer would
like to know what the Marine Rail
way crew did two years ago to be
left out in the cold, as they have
been in not receiving the cup which
was won by them but never passed
over by committee.
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
Koitoii Buu.utin: I do not pro
fess to say whether your ideas of
"breeding" statesmen arc "wise or
otherwise," but it seems to nic that
more should be done than hitherto
to train young Hawaiians for olllcial
positions under the Government. I
don't see why all such positions
should not be ultimately filled by
Hawaiians, instead of outsiders.
My plan would be to have a Board
of Examiners to examine boys who
had completed their schooling and
were candidates for government
positions, placing all successful com
petitors on tho list of eligible appli
cants, in tho order of their merit as
decided by their examination. "When
admitted to the public service they
should be entered at tho bottom,
and have the opportunity of work
ing their way to the top. This would
both give to young Hawaiians the
chance to which they have a natural
right, and result in an eliicieut pub
lic service. Having once entered
the service their tenure of oiltcc
should be "during life or good
behavior." I am of opinion that no
civil service can reach a high grade
of purity and efficiency where this
condition is lacking. Moreover,
where promotion to higher duties
and increased emolument depends
upon merit, and is sure to come
sooner or later if deserved, an
honorable ambition, producing dili
gence and faithfulness, inspires the
breast. You.vh Hawaii.
THE DUCK CONTROVERSY.
KiHTOit Bui.u:tin: Your two
sporting correspondents of yester
day one of whom lately favored a
grateful public with details of his
inimitable prowess, freo of charge
evidence such delight in misrepre
sentation and such repugnance to
fact, that as one of tho live referred
to, I feel called upon to put in a
word. Instead of a day's sport as
Mr. Spalding imaginatively lias it,
wc bagged all our birds in a little
over half a day, and that with the
assistance of one dog only, all wo
bad. While thoroughly appreciating
Mr. Spalding's keen sarcasms on
tho difference between Califoruian
and Hawaiian game, I regret to note
his contemptuous attitude towards
that unfortunate bird, the spoonbill,
which has hitherto furnished such a
large proportion of the sport avail
able here, and which it is to bo
feared will in future direct its annual
flight to other shores, boyond tho
reach of darts more terrible than
EMMA SQUARE COHCEM".
The Bund will piny at Emma '
Square this afternoon, at 4:;!0. '
The Mlnulnu in tin- pivgiiimiuc: ,
Mai oh The On, nils Low
Overiure ItnllHii In Algiers ...Rossini
Oiibli Stiuut Caic i Arndt
Seleetiou Pinafore Sullivan
Wnllz Queen's l.aeo Handkerchief..
Mmeh Elclle Beigor
THE CHURCHES. j
At St. Andrews Cathedral lo-mor- ',
row the Bishop will preach in the
morning, Rev. George Wallace in
At Fort Street .Church Pastor
Cruzan will preach in tho morning.
In the evening Mrs. Leavitt, of Bos
ton, will address a union congrega
tion on tlicsubjcct of temperance.
At the Bethel Union Church to
morrow Rev. E. C. Oggcl will
preach in the morning at 11 o'clock.
Subject, "Temperance and Evange
listic services," with reference to
the work of Mrs. Leavitt and Mrs.
Hainpson. Sunday school at 9.-15
Tin: Myrtle" Boat CJub held a
meeting last evening with a good
attendance of members. It was
voted to accept the share of the
balance left over from tho regatta.
A committee was appointed to draft
a complimentary letter to Mr. Alfred
Rogers, the builder of the new boat,
Stranger, and also give him full
particulars of the race she won.
The club also decided to ask for n
statement from the Judges with re
gard to the second six-oared race on
the regatta programme, which ended
Sojii: valuable imported horses
will be sold by Mr. E. P. Adams at
his sales rooms on Monday at 12
mm iiiiiwimniiiimMi im n win m mi wmiiriiiiniiM
Grand Xmas Night Sale.
We me Instructed ly Messrs. Lycan &
Co. to hold a grand Evening Sale of
Elegant Xmas Presents,
At their btoro on Fort St.,
. K AVIIAY Z'iUiUT,
Dee. 0, at 7 o'clock.
IA'ONS & LEVEY,
875 lw Auctioneers.
;v--r- 1'ioin anil after tlio 1st of
,ra5?&; December next, Ticlcols
r552rlfcj both for Cabin mid Deck
Piistengers pur stcameis of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. can bo
li.id at their office, on the wlinif, at the
foot of Fort htieet. Those who fail to
provide themselves with tickets will be
charged extra. Per order,
.1. KXA, Jr., (Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1SS1. 874 "lit
iN mid after Ibis date. Mr. .1. E.
Wiseman will take ehareo of my
books, distribute and collect my hills
without exception- His receipt will be
OEORGE fl'ItOUSSBAU. M.D.
Honolulu, Nov. 21,1831. 87-1 tf
BY TWO YOUNG LADIES, (Dress
makers) situations as Ecainstri'sscs
in a family or in a drcs-nitiklng cstab.
87il lw THIS OFFICE.
4 T THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
rjL Meeting of tho Stockholders of
Wlldor's Steamship Co. (Limited) held
at their olllco in tho City of Honolulu,
Thuisday, Nov. 20, ISSt, the following
ollleers were rc-olcctcd to servo during
the ensuing venr:
Samuel G. 'Wilder President
"William G. Irwin Vice-President
Samuel IS. Rose Secretary
"William C. "Wilder Treasurer
John II. Fitly Auditor
S. . KOBE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 188 1. 87!) 3t
29iniKcniirt Lot at I'alaiuii.
A SIN-ROOMED House, Stable, Cm
riago and Chicken House and
everything convenient. About an acie
of land fenced. Terms easy.
Apply to J. A l'Al4.UU!(,
Heal Estate Broker
EH. RYAN will carry on tho bus!.
ncss of Boat Building, Repairing,
Ac, m long conducted on by II. 1),
Ryan, at tho old stuud on ICilauea street.
?" All orders promptly attended to.
' JL respons
IREBY Elvon that 1 will not bo
!siioiislhlo for any debt commuted
In my nunio without my written order.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1881. 803 lm
to Tin: i.AiHJis or iiosroi.ui.iJ
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has roitimed business.
Feathers Gleaned, Dyed and Ouilvd in
all the newest thudes.
Corner of Kine and Richard Streets.
FANCY GOODS "EMPORIUM I
fiaovelfy Mead Quarters I
XaJ-I FOR rI?l-X13 JHCOIX"-A.YSS !
CMsms Presents &
MAKE YOUNG AND
PRESENTS FOR BABIES,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-MOTHER,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-FATIIER.
" YOUR RELATIONS,
Can now be selected from the stock of Holiday Goods now being opened
AT THE HAWAIIAN BAZAR.
lOl) l-OltX STREET.
liST Call, examine and see the largest stock in the Kingdom. a
87-' KENNEDY & CO., Proprietors.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized Genoral Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
ESTABLISHED 1 rj).
Offices in Campboll's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
J-. O. Xtox !Jir t t t t '.Telojmoiio 17S.
j:k iA.7t'.rijj:rs-rx,i) i
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buy anil f-clls Real Estate in all parts of tho King
dom. Rents Oillccs, Houses, Cottages and Room.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEHS-Tour
istsand the Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets mid Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Giandest and Soundest Institution of lis kind In the
AGENT FOR THEGREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Jlotite excels all other routes going East, the scenery being the gwiule-t,
the meals the choicest and the Palace mid Dining Cars thc'hiindsome-it :ind most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking work In the.vnri
ous blanches of industry on the Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tlio best known Company iu the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
310NEY BROKER Loans Money nt all times on first-class securitiv.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legal Pnpors of everv description drawn. Hills
Distributed mid Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Tuxes and Insurance on 1'rope.rty looked after.
Copying and Engrossini: done. Advertisements. Newsnunur Aiilnlos. (Tiirn-c
pondenco and Commercial Business or every niituro promptly and accurately
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companiei abroad
will eorrc.'poad with mo for terms, etc. Orders for Island Siiells, Ciuios, Lava
Specimens, Native Views and Photo carefully filled and forwarded to all parts
of the World.
C2T Information appertaining to the Is-lands given and all coircspondcnee fftiih.
JSPII E. WISK3IAX,
87!1 General Business Agcnf, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SECOND-HAND PHAETON. Ad
dress X at THIS OFFICE.
A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN OR
GIRL, to do general housework.
No cooking. Apply at this olllce or Box
a:i P. o. 870 -It
BY' A GERMAN 22 years old, nr.dor
stands Gardening, Milking Cows
and is a good Hostler. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
808 lw 28 Merchant stteet.
NOTICE OF ltEMOVAL.
OEDINGS'S EXPRESS has removed
to No. 81 King street, directly op
posite the old stand. AH oiders prompt
ly attended to Ut reasonable rates. Tele
phono Nil 80. 8571m
Km, K A Large mid Commodious
j-Mm HOUSE, centrally located,
ESssssSa newly papered snd painted.
Largo yard, stables, Ac. Possession
given immediately. For further par.
tlcahirs onnuiro of
JNO. S. McGREW.
815 Hotel Btr., bet. Fort and Alalcoa
CATTLE & HORSES.
ABOUT 1C0 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and sizes, and including
M II king Cows, Calves, Heifers and
Steers. Will sell In lots to suit Intend
ing purchasers, but prefers to sell all in
ono lot. Also several good horfos. Ap.
ply to MRS. COSTA,
822 tf Knlilii Valley.
rnilHEK NICE FURNISHED Rooms
JL tiiolnilinir it front nut,, ('i'ii)rnllv In.
' rated. Apply No. t Garden Lane.
A SMALL CO'ITAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
SMI tf Soap Works
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply nt No. 8 Kukui
street. 770 tf
170R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
J to MRS. TURNER, 83 King Street,
nearly opposito tho Windsor Restaurant.
lew Tear's Is
JESO. A. PALMER,
Collector, Heal JrMutc,
eucral Jtuwiuertw AKit.
Odleo In Campbell's New Block,
815 tf Room No. 7, Up-Stalrs.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
nlso Residence property on the
Plains at n bargain.
For Kent Several well furnished
rooms, In privnto families gool loca.
t ion. Pleasant looms for two gentle,
men, with privilego of keeping 2 horses
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Hou'so Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone) 172 P. 6. Box 310.
EGS to Inform tho public that ho has
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', and Children's
Boots & Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his cure.
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Hook Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gnzetto Building . . Merchant street
Boots if SllOBS
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