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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IMnnil".
Drw Exchangn on Hip
JJiiult ol'C'alli'oi'iila. S. IT.
And llioir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Musih. N. M. Rothschild &S011, London.
The (Jommorrliil Hank (!o.. of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auoklnud,
Chriitchurch, and Wellington.
Thu Hank of British Columliln, Vie
torln, I!. U. and Portland, Or.
Transact i (ionernl B inking Biilne.
TledgeJ to neither 8ct nor Party.
Bat eiUbllihal for ths bonofit of all.
TUESDAY, NOV. -u, 1SSI.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Lecture, Y. M. C. A. 7:fl0.
Honolulu Rifles, 7:.".0.
Kxeelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F.. 7:.'10.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 1 1 .
AMERICA'S TREATY SCHEMES.
A dead set is to lie made by the
Southern sugar and tobacco intcrcM
upon the proposed Mexican treaty.
The gieat scarecrow to be used is
an alleged syndicate of capitalists,
some, of whom were prominent man
agers in the recent campaign, which
is said to have purchased large
tracts of land in Mexico for the
cultivation of sugar and tobacco,
and is already importing large num
bers of coolies lo work the planta
tions. The New York Commercial
Jlnllelin has been unable to trace
Unit syndicate to a. reliable source,
bill, it lias discovered the outlines of
a colossal European syndicate for
the cultivation of wheat and corn.
It is "composed of a number of
wealthy distillers in France, Hol
land and Belgium, who consume in
their business operations annually
some three million tons of this grain,
and who are desirous of procuring
in future a sure supply of corn
every year al a lixed price, and at
the same time be freed from the.
necessity of depending upon tho
mercy of American speculators."
This syndicate has commissioned an
agent to communicate with the
Mexican Government upon proposi
tions to complete certain great Mexi
can Railway lines, with branches, to
open up districts favorable to the
growth of corn ; also, lo make ar
rangements with all landed proprie
tors who havn laud in cultivation
and possess other uncultivated prop
erty and who may be disposed to
raise corn for exportation. Said
manufacturers will buy in advance
at conventional price, and for a
long term of years, the production
of these now uncultivated lands.
Meanwhile the Treasury Department
is active in gathering information
regarding increased trade relations
to the southward. Tho South Ameri
can Commission, after visiting South
America and Mexico, propose to go
- to San Francisco and there hold
conferences with merchants and
South American shippers, similar to
the conferences held in New York,
Philadelphia and elsewhere. .Mr.
French, Assistant Secretary of tho
Treasury, has wiitten to the Collec
tor of Customs at San Francisco.
asking him on behalf of the Com
missioners lo do what he can to
awaken an interest in the subject,
and make arrangements for inter
views with prominent men. The
matter is an interesting one to this
country, as no small amount, of com
petition with our staples will be
created in tho American market liy
the reciprocal relations projected
between the United States and all
Spanish America, Mexico, and South
American countries. Whatever
harm their consummation may do us
may bo offset in some degree, in
. oruasing with time, by the counter
. vailing benefits of our own proposed
treaty with Mexico.
L'''i A ltnlll...n.n .IiiciihI nil nf 'ra-
H, J W.I111IIIW1 V lll.illft.IVI. " .l.fl.
l-ltli, giving an account, ot tue ko
i man Catholic Plenary Council, says,
"All proceedings at the public ses
sions arc in the Latin language,
,, while the discussions iu 1 he secret
i . . .. ... .. ,,., .
li.Ascssions are in r.ngusu. vtuaiiin
j' intellectual treat to thu people of
- ,U" I, -
3. ;iJalUmoni must the public proceed-
Tlic Advertiser gives the reasons
why permits cannot he given to go
out on tlic pilot boat. If one re
porter got one, nil should get them.
We do not sec why they Miotild if
they did not ask for thcin. What
wo arc not told, however, is why
another person yot a permit after
the privilege was refused to the two
The Aha California (Democratic)
favors the view thai thu election of
Cleveland will do more to break tip
the "o1id South" than anything
else could, a; "It is simply the ab
solute necessity for having a gov
ernment by laxpayeis and properly
owneis that has made the whiles of
the South so solid," and "not at
tachment to Democratic national
A WOMAN'S SERMON.
Mrs. Leavitt in Fort Street Church
on Sunday evening chose as a text
the following words from the book
of Isaiah, "The government shall
be upon his shoulder," which, she
said, referred to the time which was
surely conriiiL', when the Christ
should govern this world. In past
ages when the church became power
ful it took the government out of the
hands of the people. She should be
sorry to see any denomination in
America, this country or any country
Inking tlic government into its own
hands. God' idea of the govern
ment of the woild was that every
adult human being should be gov
erned by God himself, and that
children should bo governed by their
parents. This was the plan in early
ages, and it failed, not because it
was not good but because the people
would not submit to it. God would
rule in every .department of govern
ment when the whole people came to
look lo him in prayer for wisdom to
guide them in the exercise of their
power. Men in the early chinch
had been beguiled by the same
temptation of the false promise of
the kingdoms of this world whcieby
Satan had tcinptcd Christ in the
wilderness. The words of the text
she watitcd to have Jirought to bear
upon the laws and customs that
prevail in every huid. Laws were
no better than the people that made
them, nor the members of a gov
ernment above the average of tho
people they represented. When they
saw in their own countiy immoral
men, diunken men, in Congress,
they could sec that the moral condi
tion of the. people was not much
above them. It rested with secular
and religious teachers of tho young,
with any man or woman for all
have an influence that, the time
should be brought round when no
man shall look for place and power
unless he is a good man. It seemed
to her that iu a Christian land no
law should be put upon the statute
book which eontinvoncd the ten
commandments. That law was to
stand as the fundamental law of the
univeise until all was fulfilled. Tlic
speaker mentioned a number of
criminal enactments to show that
they all had their root in the deca
logue, and proceeded thence to dis
cuss the relation the laws for making
the liquor tralllc respectable bore to
the ten commandments. During the
year in which she had been on the
1'acific Coast, up to August last,
she had not seen one crime recorded
that was not caused, directly or in
diicctly, by strong diink, and she
had stated that fact publicly in San
Francisco. She adduced similar
evidence from the Atlantic States,
and declared the Government was
not doing its duty which did not
restrain a tralllc which caused at
least nine-tenths of the crime that
was committed. When asked to
join an extensive association formed
to diminish the rapidly-growing
divorce business, she had replied
that she was doing more iu her
present work to prevent divorces
than she could do otherwise, for she
had traced many divorce cases iu
New England, and found a large
majority of them originated iu drink.
Her conclusions upon the relation of
drink to crime wero founded upon
careful research in public docu
ments, and it was time enough for
any to say she was mistaken when
they investigated the subject for
themselves and found she had ex
aggerated aught. A gentleman in
Boston who had doubted her asser
tions, made investigation and found
that of cloven murders committed,
ten were through drink. If tho
whole ten commandments were gone
through, it would ho found that more
ntchtoken because of strong drink
than any other cause. Mr. Glad-
stone had said thai it was the duly i
of legislators to make it as easy as i
possible for men to do light, and as
herd as possible to do wroni!. .Some '
said that it was the adulterations of
liquor that did tlic mischief. To
such bhc always replied that if all
the adulterations were taken away
there would still be left the agent of
crime alcohol. Sir Matthew Hal
said, " If tlic crimes and enormities
brought before inc were divided into
live equal parts, four must bo attri
buted lo strong drink." Would it
not be wise iu a government to
abolish such a prolific source of
crime? In America it was a recog
nized principle that it was proper to
protect the weak against the strong.
The liquor-seller was strong ; his
victim was weak. The drinker was
strong; his wife and children, who
suffered privation of necessaries on
account of his habits, were weak,
here the speaker assei ted the right
of every man's wife and children to
'an equitable share of his means, and
they weie robbed if deprived of their
share. Much worse robbery was it
when committed to gratify his in
juiious habits. She related then the
case of a liquor-seller iu Rhode
Island of forty years standing, who
never drank himself because he
wanted to keep his head clear for
business; but who systematically
took advantage of customers who
placed themselves in his power by
muddling their heads at his bar.
After having thus secured possession
of. tlic entire large estate left an in
experienced young man by his
father, reducing him to beggary, he
kicked him out of his shop where he
came seeking shelter one night,
saying he would not have his place
disgraced with having such n bum
mer about. Mrs. Lenvitt closed
with an appeal to all to do their duty
in having the great evil suppressed,
to liquor dealers to abandon their
business, and to drinkers to forsake
their cups, looking to a higher
power for needed help.
Plover shooting here cannot be
called shooting, it is slaughter, a
regular butchery on those poor birds.
One can get within U.'i to .'50 yards
of a flock of :i0 to 50, and with a
10 bore gun kill the whole lot of
them in a couple of shots. There is
not much merit iu this kind of shoot
ing. It is also teally incredible to
hear that Mr. Caitwright has shot
the first mallaid ever seen on these
Islands. I very often heard what
an excellent shot he was on the wing,
but i cully to think that he is such a
good marksman as to shoot the first
mallard is rather hard to believe.
If Mr. Caitwright will just ride to
Nanakuli he will see for himself that
his celebrated mallard is not the
only one in the Sandwich Islands.
A Waiaxai: Skoktsmax.
A large conservatory of music is
to be erected at Charleston, S. C.
M. Waldtcufcl, the composer, died
November 0th at Strasburg, at tho
age of 83. lie was best known as a
waltz composer. His compositions
arc frequently played by the, Royal
Rubenstein is engaged upon n fan
(asic hcroiquc, for orchestra.
Lycan & Co.. keep everything in
tlic musical line, and will order any
piece of music required.
Madame Adeliim Patti, the queen
of song, has been granted an abso
lute divorce from her husband, Mar
quis l)c Caux.
A new method of musical notation
for singers has been invented by M.
Mullcndorf, of Luxemburg. Most
of tho signs now iu use staves, key
signatures, etc., arc abolished, and
tho writing has the characteristic of
Tho monument recently unveiled
at Eisenach to the memory of that
great musician, .1. S. Bach, is de
clared to be one of the finest in
The invention of music is as
cribed by the Chinese to super
Were it not for the band, Hono
lulu would be almost destitute of
Tiif, now skating rink will be com
pleted next week without fail.
Wife. Why, my dear, it's only
half-past two o'clock. What makes
you homo so early?
Husband. Well, tho Hteamcr got
in al noon and brought rather bad
news. I waited to get my papers
and have come right home. Here's
the result of the election.
Wife. The result? Why, I read
the full vote more than hnlf-an-hour
Husband. Nonsense, you nro
sadly mistaken; wo have no tele
phone, and it's a long way out here.
Wife I toad it all iu the Daily
Husband. Impossible 1 They
haven't had time lo print it and get
it out here.
Wife. Well, it is so,4aud here is
the copy with the full vole, and not
only that, but it's full of other news.
Husband. That beats all. My
word, that is what you call enter
prise and no mistake.
Rioting, attended with heavy loss
of life, has taken place iu connection
with elections in the Mexican States
of Coaliuila and Niteva Leon.
Paris advices of the Mill say des
patches from Admiral Courbct, dated
helling, admit numerous losses,
especially to landing parties. It is
believed the Chinese have infected
The English Government lias sent
two hundred tons of torpedoes to
protect the coaling .stations iu China.
Grand Xmas Night Sato.
We tire. Instructed by Messrs. Lycan Si
Co. to hold n grand Evening Sale of
Elegant Xmas Presents,
At their store on Fort Si,
OX SATURDAY XIUHT.
Die. (J, at 7 o'clock.
LYONS ii LEVEY,
875 Iw Auctioneers.
Addition' GSonolciIu KiilcH.
ALL Officers and Members are
hereby oidiTcd to report at the
. Amioiv. TUESDAY EVENING.
iNovcmbcr 25th, at 7.0 v. si.
chart), in older to lo measured
lor ineir new uniiorin-.
W. II. ALDMC1I,
Honolulu, Nov. :MlIi. 1881.
Gentlemen owing bills to AVilllnm
Feiinell will plane call I mid pay before
the Mth of December, any hills owing
by him will be paid on presentation, by
him at Sir. P. Dnllon's Harness Store
No. 02 King Mrecl, Honolulu. J8702w
Corner of Ih'ort nitil Hotel
Wwim mill tift..!' Ilin 1 ct nf
ijS; December nc.t, Tiekots
fgji., iff uoui inr mum nmi jjcck
Passengers per steamers of the Intei
Islnnd Steam Navigation Co. can ho
hid at their olllce, on tho wharf, nt tho
foot of Fort strict. Thoso who fail to
piovido themselves with tickets will be
charged extra. Per order,
.1. ENA. .Ir Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 18S1. 874 lit
ON and after this date, Mr. .1. E.
Wlsemiui .will tako chargo of my
books, distribute and rolled my hills
without exception. Ills iccolpt will bo
GEORGE TROUSSEAU. M.D.
Honolulu. Nov. 21. 1881. 874 tf
BY TWO YOUNG LADIES, (Dress
makers) situations ivi Feamctresses
Ina family or In a tlioss.makfiigesinb.
87il lw THIS OFFICE.
A T THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Ix. Meeting of tho Stockholders of
Wildor's Steamship Co. (Limited) held
at their ollleo in the City of Honolulu,
Thursday, Nov. 20, 1881, tho following
officers wcio reelected to servo during
the ensuing year:
Samuel G. Wilder President
William G. Irwlu .'. Vice-President
Samuel B. Row Secretary
William U. Wilder Treasurer
John II. Pnty Auditor
8. B. KOBE, Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. SO, 1881. 873 Ot
FANCY GOODS "EMPORIUM !
JEtJJEL JPOX-t Tlrl.1
.MAKE YOUNG AN'l)
I'llESENTS FOK BABIES,
YOUH GIKL, ;.
YOUIt MOTHER, ,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-MOTHER,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-FATHER,
Cau now be selected from the stock of Holiday Goods now being opatitd
AT THE HAWAIIAN BAZAR.
lOS) iF'Oirr STKEET.
figy Call, examine and see the largest stock in the Kingdom, "a
872 KENNEDY & CO., Proprietors.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
Tho Only Recognized General Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands-
ESXA-BILISIIEl 1 871).
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
I. O. IJox :iir i : t t Tulciilionc 178.
njJVA.ir.rai.-ii:: a'B :
HEAL ESTATE AGENT liuys and sells Ileal Estate In all parts of the King
dom. Rents Oillccs, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILBUR'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEIIS-Tour
isH and the Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets nnd Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind In the
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN A3IERICA
This Jtoulc excels all other routes going Eabt, the scenery being the grander,
tho meals the choicest and the Palace and Dining Cars the hnndsdmci-t and most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking work In the vari
ous branches of industry on tho Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tlic best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Hills under power of Attorney.
JIONEY BROKER Loaus Money nt all times on first-chits securitly.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Seaichcd. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insurance on Proj erly looked after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles', Corres
pondence nnd Commercial Business of every nature promptly and accurately
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companie? abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Oidcb for Island Shells, Curios, Lava
Specimens, Native Views mid Photos carefully filled and forwarded to all paits,
ot the World.
Cgf Information appertaining to the Islands given and all correspondence faith
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
OKDINGS'S EXPRESS has removed
to No. 81 King street, diiectly op
posite the old stand. All orders prompt,
lv attended to at reasonable rales. Tele
plione No. SC. 8fi7 lm
A Large and Commodious
a. centrally located,
ncwlv nanered snd painted.
Largo yard, stables, &c. Possession
given immediately. For further par
tlculara enquire of
JNO. S. McGHEW,
815 Hotel str., bet. Fort and Atakea
CATTLE & HORSES.
ABOUT USO HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL nges and sizes, and including
Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers nnd
Steers. Will sell in lots to suit Intend
ing purchasers, but prefers to bell nil iu
one lot. Also several good horses. Ap.
ply to MRS. COSTA,
822 tf Kallhi Valley.
rpiIREE NICE FURNISHED Rooms
JL Including a front one, centrally lo.
cated. Apply No. 4 Gnrden Line.
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply lo T. W. RAWLINS,
8:tl if Sonp Works
A SUIT OK FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
I70R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER, 82 King Street,
nenily opposite the Windsor Hoituurnnt,
I1C0 ly b
HoiiM mul Lot at Fnliuiin.
A SIN-BOOMED House, Stable, Car
riage and Chicken, llouso nnd
everything convenient. About an aero
of hind fenced. Terms easy.
Apply to J. A t'ALMER,
872 2w Real Estate Broker-
ER. RYAN will carry on the busb
ness of Boat.Bulldiag, Repairing,
&c, so long conducted on by H Ii.
Rvnn, nt tho old stand on Kllauen street.
E3T All orders promptly attended to.
if Year's Gifts
.IOSHPII M. WISMIAK,
Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Collect f, Kcal Estate,
encml IttiNcncMM A;;-oji1.
Oflho In Campbell's Now Blcek,
845 tf Boom No. 7, Up-Stnlr.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
also Residence propcity on the
Plains nt n bargain.
For Rent Several well furnished
rooms, iu private families gool loca.
lion. Pleasant looms for two gentle
men, with privilege of keeping 2 horses
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephono 172 P.O. Box 315.
BEGS to inform the public that he has
per Mariposa, an elegant assortment of
Gents', Ladles', and Children's
Boots &; Shoes
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
i MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to any business entrusted to his wire.
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of nil description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazotto Building . . Merchnnt street
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