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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnntlp.
Draw Efchnngo Hie
XSun'.c 1 Oulit'ofiihi. N. I'"".
Ami their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HO.'IQ KOHG.
Maura. X. M.HothsehllthViSoii, London.
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commcrelnl Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho D.mk of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, mid Wellington.
Tho Hank of Brltlh Columbia, Vic
torln, 11. C. nnd Portland, Or.
Transact n (5onur.il Hanking UiikIihw:.
1i gnili) gttUrthi.
PUdjol to neither Soct not Tctty.
Bat ostiMlstuJ far tho bjneSt of nil.
SATURDAY, DEC. 0, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Auction sale, of Christinas goods
tit Lycan & Co's, nl 7, by Lyons &
Gymnasium, Skating, 7.
Conceit, Y. JI. C. A., 7:!I0.
Gospel Temperance' Mooting at
Ilcthcl, nt 7:30.
Casino at the Park, open all day.
Ilcthcl Sunday School, ut !:ir.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 0 :15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Ilcthcl, Services, morning and
St. Andrews' Cathedral, scivice,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
Tho letter of "A Foreigner,"
advocating a national army and
navy, published ami partially com
mented upon the other day, calls
for" a few further observations. As
regards the protection of domestic
property, the most that is required
for permanent duty is an clllcient
police force. The establishment of
a mounted police force has, how
ever, been attempted and abandoned.
It was found that the services ren
dered did not come up, in nature or
degree, to a fair proportion with the
expense. If n satisfactory mounted
police could not be maintained by
the country, how in the world arc
we going to raise and maintain an
clllcient military establishment?
Where arc the men to serve in a
standing army to come from V Will
the native race be cnlistc'd or impress
ed into the service? If its dcsti no
tion is to be hastened, no surer
means could be adopted. Not be
cause the worst use to put men to is
to make them food for gunpowder,
but because the life of the camp in
times of pence is very demoralizing
and would be peculiarly so to tho
plastic Hawaiian. Tho evils would
only, be nggiavatcd to him by asso
ciating him with other nationalities.
Shall we have an army of foreigners?
Such could scarcely be raised here,
without robbing the plantations of
their best labor or ridding them or the
worst. In the first eventuality, it
would bo bad for our chief industry,
and in the second bad for the army.
It is to be feared that the nation
would be shut up to the necessity of
inviting recruits from abroad for its
standing army. Are the advocates
of a military establishment prepared
to ask the country to stake its secu
rity upon the protection of merce
nary troops, drawn from the slums
of great cities abroad?
Our correspondent has aigucd
that wo can afford the expense of an
army, by comparing our revenue and
commerce with those of certain
European third-rate pefwers that
have- big armaments. Comparisons
between things extensively dissi
milar arc utterly worthless. Those
old countries are not in such need of
permanent improvements as this
infant nation. They have niunicip.il
institutions for the local government
of towns, counties, and so on, with
ample local wealth to sustain them ;
whereas our revenue is spread over
local as well as national services in
every town, village and district of
tho kingdom. The disparity of con
ditions might be pursued further,
but what is tho use of discussing a
new object of expenditure while all
$' the most important public services
ui iiiu ii.iuuu mu nmiusi. pnmiyzcii
for want of means to carry them on
MR lllOV fitimitfl lin f.nt'rinrl in 9 Ullnrm
"' : . ..." . .".' "i""-"
yt inning us, and suuicicnt Having Decn
k .said ns to what is impracticable in
k4 national defences on land, the
imiaiico or our comments upon our
correspondent's letter, ti eating of
r tvntnp lnfnnpna mwl rf tvlml a fnnci
bio ill both regards, is deferred to a
Tho venerable editor of the Friend,
in n retrospect of his Journalistic
career of over forty years, says,
"Wo attribute our uniform good
health for over half u century to our
observance of this principle of total
abstinence from all intoxicating
liquors as a lievcrago."
There is a great difference of
opinion as to the amount of silver
requited for circulation. A gentle
man connected with a large planting
concern said to-day that 8000,000
would be none too much. An edi
torial in the .Ulocrliacr says the
same, arriving at its conclusion by
elaborate comparisons between the
case of this and the cases of other
countries. Mr. Jones, by a similar
process, comes at S100,000 as the
due amount. Who knows, and who
can know short of a practical test?
At St. Andrews Cathedral to
morrow morning thcic will be a
celebration of Holy Communion at
1 1 o'clock. In the evening the Rev.
George Wallace will occupy tho
At Fort Street Church the Rev.
Mr. Cruzan's subject in the morn
ing will be "God's welcome to
man." In the evening the sermon
will bo "A Plain Talk with Chris
tians, and those who arc not Chris
tians, on tho-Reasons why so many
remain out of the Churches." lliblc
class meets at 6:30.
At the Bethel Union Church, the
Rev. E. C. Oggcl will preach morn
ing and evening. Subject for the
morning, "Friendship to Christ."
In the evening, "A tragedy, and its
teachings." Strangers and all others
a ilddlc. I'll he
Xow, as I've
Tlvo letters I
I'oiitnln. all number?
And think you may it easily (1ml
By thinking it over in your mind.
It is a eruun much tiod of old.
Xow all that's necessary Is plainly told.
Rend backward and forwards, I still
am tho same.
Xow surely by this you have guccd
Sometimes you pronnunec tho flr-t with
If you want to express any pleasant
How glad !, the second, how you are
When the whole you havo found. Ilrst
and Fremiti united.
Nt An adjective, mlvcib and verb,
inclining Kvpcetlvely not rough, equal
ly, and to loiel.
2nd A plant.
.'lid A man's name.
Jth Whero birds dwell.
1 am in two words, containing eleven
Myl, 7, ,!),:!. Isnnywheio.
My 10, 8. 2, no 0110 can live without.
My II, r, 11, the baker makes.
My whole U very scareo in Honolulu.
Si 11 vi..
If you walk out on a moonlight night,
I'm on your left hand, or your right;
Jf not on either, why, then, mind,
I am before or elo behind.
In varied form T grace each courtly hall,
Behead mo and 1 deck youthful fair;
Again behead, and I'm tho lifts of nil
Soon grizzly death appears, if I'm not
ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES
To Charade Armchair.
To Square Word
Y A O II T
A it 11 O R
O II I X A
II O X E Y
T R A Y S
To Xiimerlc.il Enigma George Fas
sett. To Diamond Puzzle
L A I'
A E It I E
A L M A X A C
L O ,S E It
X O D
Answers to Numerical Enigma and
Square Woid received from .1. If. Spal
ding; to Diamond Puzzle and Square
Word, from Antonio Perry; to all, from
AW S. Luce.
Tin: Tcmplo of Fashion is crowded
with holiday goods. Go and view
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play at Kniimi
Square this nflcrnoon, at 1 :30. Tho
following is the programme :
Mai eh Fearless and True I'inalli
0 01 lure Enunii of Antloeh
Selection Faust Gounod
Piccolo Polka Tho Humming Bird..
Gavotte Stephanie Glhulka
Galop In the Centre Stany
A norri.i: was thrown overboard
from tho German man-of-war Lcip
sig, on March 10, 1883, in latitude
ll-r.O-G feouth, longitude lOGMO'JIG
cast, during the voyage of that ves
sel from Valparaiso to Honolulu.
The bottle was picked up by the
brig City of Pcpcctc, on June 2 1 ,
1881, in latitude 18M0 south, longi
tude I'M west of Paris, on the
coast of the Island of Negonego,
one of the Paumota group, south of
the Marquesas group, and sent to
San Francisco by the brig Tahiti. A
paper enclosed in the bottle with a
printed form on cacli side, one filled
up by the captain who scut the thing
adrift, and the other to bo filled up
by the finder, was turned over to tho
Branch Ilydrographic Olllcc, and
was to have been forwarded to Ger
many. The bottle was picked up
over L',000 miles from where it was
thrown into the sea, the object being
to ascertain the direction of the cur
rents in ho Pacific Ocean for the
benefit of hydrographic knowledge,
to which nil of the maritime nations
arc now directing much attention.
A Bkumx telegram of Nov. 19th
slates that an agreement has about
been concluded between England and
Germany, whereby the Congo Con
ference will establish rules relative
to trade on the Niger River, entrust
ing to England the execution of the
agreement. Tho idea of tho formation
of an International Commission has
been abandoned. At the meeting of
the Conference on the 18th Nov., the
delegate from Portugal read a memo
randum insisting on Portugal's right
to the Congo, when John A. Kasson,
American delegate, replied, pointing
out " somewhat sarcastically that
Henry M. Stanley in all his long
journeys on the lower Congo had
been unable to discover any signs of
such Portuguese dominion or civiliz
ing influences as were now claimed,
lie had in fact, said Kasson, found
everything and everybody but Portu
guese. Tin: funeral of the late Dr. F. II.
Endcrs tool: plaee at Waiiuku, last
Sunday. It was intended to bring
the body to Honolulu this morning,
the funeral to take place to-morrow,
arrangements having been made to
that effect by Lodge le Progrcs
l'Occanic, of which tho deceased
was a member. It was impossible
to obtain Milllcicnt alcohol on Maui,
so the remains were buried as stated
Mi:. Henry Walerhouse showed
us a very curious little fish this
morning which he lias preserved in
alcohol and can bo seen at the Queen
street store. It is about two inches
long, quite flat and broad, and, when
caught, hairs probably seven or eight
inches long were found protruding
from its back. It was caught in a
net, and lived for about a day after.
The hairs dropped off soon after it
BY a young German, can do any kind
of outside work and knows some
thing about horses. Apply
J. E. WISEMAX,
SS71w General Business Agent.
Building' Lots for Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at Ifapalama, near tho Xiuhc
lowal bridge, on tho Ewa side of tho
hum leading to Austin's estate Easy
terms. Apply to W. C. AOIII.
Liw otllco of W. It. Castlo. S87-tf
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having cleared their old stock nt Auc.
tioa nro now opening cases of
NEW GOODS !
Suitable for tho Season, just arrived per
887 And other lato an lvals. lw
A GOOD CHANCE.
Iti'Htiiiirnut For Nate.
EI ih furnished, good location, tlo-
lliif irtinil hiif.1iu.sa. r,n.nc li'ia ft
' - ....V. ...... .v. ...... & 1111 ii.t iii'i
is compelled lo Icavo tho Kingdom on
account of ilMioaltli. Apply to
.1X0. A. PAUIMt,
835 iiw Heal Estate AkchI.
A FIXE sorrel horso In splendid con
dition. Wcll.hrokcn to luirno3s
and saddle. Apply to
885 tf LYCAX & CO.
vrma In rim nt .1 imu in.itnl 'Plm n. .....
A SITUATION us Manager or Bales
man in a Store. Speaks Hawaiian
mill has had twenty years' experience.
Apply nt E. O. Flshtiouino & Co.'s olllco
Xo. 1 Kaahumanu street.
m lw W.O.XEEDHAM.
FIRST O&ASS COOKS, Gemma and
wife, wish situation. Please rail
or adtlrc't (ESS lv,) ill ALAKEA ST.
A SPECIAL Meeting of the Share
holders of tho Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. will bo held Dec.
lOtli, at 10 A. M., at their olllcc, Nov. 10
Queen i-lreet, for the purpose of altering
880 ttf E. O. SOHILMAN, Secrclnry.
SMALL COTTAGE AT
pply to T. W. KAWLINS,
A Largo and Commodious
fe23iia newly papered ami painted.
Largo yard, stnbles, &c. Possession
given immediately. For further par.
.1X0. S. McOKEW,
S15 Hotel sir., bet. Fort and Alakea.
HOUSE, centrally located,
CATTLE & HOUSES.
ABOUT 150 HEAO OF CATTLE,
ALL ages and slet, and including
Milking Cows, Calves, Hclfcra and
Steers. Will sell In lots to suit Intend,
ing purchnocrs, but prefers to sell nil In
one lot. Also several good Iioivoj. Ap
ply to MUS. COSTA,
8:!J tf ICallhl Valley.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
A SMALL o-rotnnvd Collage on King
street near tho Catholic Cemetery
and in rear of Capt. Cook's piemises,
to rent or lease, llus deep lot, both
water anil nice convenience for small
family. Kental $18 pir month. Apply
8S"i lw General 3Cc.il EMalo agent.
MY BLACKBOARD LIST.
SEVEHAL Cottages to lease In varl
ous pails of the city mid suburb".
Leasehold property for sale anil lodging
hoiito to lease wiih furnituie for sale.
CS-cc Wiseman's now llliickhoard in
window of olllco. .1. E. WISE-MAN,
General Utisine-s Agent & Ileal Estate
Broker. 8SJ lw
OX and after this date, -Mr. J. E.
Wiseman .will take charge of my
hooks, distribute anil collect my bills
u itliout inception. His receipt will be
GEOHGE TKOUSSEAU. M.I).
Honolulu, Nov. Bl, 1884. 874 tf .
1 It. 11YAX will carry on the busl
li ness of Boat Building, Repairing,
iVc, so long conducted on by 11. II,
Ryan, tit tliu old stand on Kilauea street.
CST" All orders promptly attended to.
LABORERS k SERVANTS
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & Co.
of 400, MO and
600 Gallons 600
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Go.
EST lw ,
Tho fiiinliuio of -1 room,
Including stove and cook
Ing utensils, lurge bath
tub, &c, will bo sold
pluiiin If UMtlllrwl - I...
mediately. Apply to Mrs. W. Fennell,
02 King streel, up blabs. 88 1 1 w
FS HEREBY given that I will not bo
X' responsible for any debt conducted
In my name u Itliout my written order.
. , G- WEST.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1884. 805 lm
ALL BILLS duo J. II. Congdon &
Co. (Hamilton Johnson, Manager)
up to Oct. Hist, must bo paid Immcilia
tely to tho undersigned, or they will bo
placed In tho hands of n collector.
833 lw HAMILTON .I01IXSOX.
Honolulu, Nov. 2 lib. 1881.
Gentlemen owing bills to William
I'cnnell will picnic call nnd pay beforo
the 11th of December, any bills owing
by him will bo paid on priciitntion, by
hbn at Mr. P. Datum's Harness Store
Ao. 03 King street, Honolulu'. 87(1 Sw
GUINEA PIGS FOR
rULi:. r.ntpiiru at the
Punchhoul t., near King, Zj&i
lias been opened by Eu. G. WALLER
ttvrni; button, Veal, &i,
882 Alwn3's on hand. ly
Communcing on tho Jst dny of Docombor,
and continuing' throughout tho month, we
will offer our entire stock, without reserve,
at cost. All classes of goods are included
in this offering, and genuine bargains may
bo obtained strictly for cash.
FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM.!
Wovelty Head Quarters !
DR-AJHT. IXODES, THE Jff 03-iXD.A.YS !
Mas Presents & if Year's dills
MAKK YOUNG AND OLD HAPPY.
PKESENTS FOR HAWKS,
" GENTLEMEN, ' -
" YOUR GIRL,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-MOTHER,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-FATHER. .
" YOUR RELATIONS,
Can now bo selactcd from the stoek of Holiday Goods now being opened
AT THE HAWAIIAN BAZAR.
lOO FORT S'XVKJEEX.
65- Call, examine and see the largest slock m the Kingdom, -a
72 KPWMFnV X, fOt D..:
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
Tho Only Recognized Genoral Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
ESrJA.13IJISIIE 1 8n.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
P. O.JJoxlllB s : : : Tolepliono ITS.
1) UPAllTOrENTH :
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys nntl fcclIsReal Estate in all parts of the Kins
tlom. Rents Olllces, Houses, Cottages ami Rooms.
SOLICITING. AGENT FOR WILDKR'S INTER-ISLAND STEAJlEKS-Tour
istsnntl the Traveling Public will apply to mo for Tickets nntl Information to
B(iKHlTI?i? AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURAXOE CO. OF NEW
.? , , ihc La,'Scsti Giantlest ami Soundest Institution of its kind in tho
AG7SK '-"US (WHAT BURLIXGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels nil other routes going East, tho scenery being the crnndot.
the meals tho choicest anil tho Palaco and Dining Cars -the handsomest nud most
EMPLOYMENT AGEXT-Finds Employment for all fceklng work In tho vari
ous branches of industry on the Inlands.
SOLIOITIXG AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDOX FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods nt Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Rills under power of Attornoy. -
MONEY BROKER Loans Money nt all times on flrst-clnss sccuritiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Colledtcd. Books and Accounts kept and iidjubtctl. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insurnnco on Property looked after
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres-'
pomlcnco and Commercial Business of every nnturo promptly and accurately
attended t. J
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT IIONOLULU-Companles abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Orders for Islnnd Shells, Curios, LUva
Specimens, Native VIows and Photos carefully filled and forwarded to nil narts
of tho World.
E2T Information appertaining to tho Islands given and nil coircspontlcnco folth.
JOSKlI M. WISEMAN.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil tl specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpontine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &C(, &c,
w . uv wwa, I lUpilClUID.
Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Etc., Etc., Etc.