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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island".
Dmw Exchange on the
JLtmilc oi Culllbrniu, S. IT.
Anil their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONO KONG.
Moura. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London.
I'Jio Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial B.ink Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank or New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington.
Tho Hank of HrllUh Columbia, Vic
torin, 11. 0. ami I'oitlmitl, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Plodred to neither Beet nor Part.
w'-.'A. !) Afiti1taA,1 f.w 1 kititl!l nf all.
I" WUk 4AUtllUVU iUi b4J UUUI VI Mil
FRIDAY, DEC. 12, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Imp. Onlcr of Red Men, tit 7:30.
Morning Stitr Lodge, K of 1'. 7 :300
COLEMAN'S GAHE PLANTER.
This Interesting machine, im
proved upon the strength of recent
experiments, was given n trial on
Mr. Dillingham's estate, Bcrclaiiia
stvect, tliis morning. Whatever may
be said of some of tho details of
mechanism, the trial demonstrated
to the satisfaction of the witnesses
that cane can be planted by machin
ery. The notice was both scant and
short, so Hint the sugar interest
was not largely represented. Briefly
described, the cane planter consists
of n double mould-board plough,
. raised and lowered by a sercw-lcvcr-ago
; a double feed hopper, with a
toothed cylinder at the cud of cither
division, to throw a stick of cane at
each revolution into a spout lending
to the ground behind the plough ; a
pair of shares bringing up the rear
to cover the seed, and receptacles
for the seed cane fore and aft on the
carriage. Four horses drew tho
machine with apparently too great
case, for those who knew all about
it said they went over the ground
loo fast. Tho feeding was done in
turn by Mr. Clarke, of the Adverti
ser editorial staff, the last past and
the present editor of the Bum.utix,
and the inventor, Mr. Coleman. The
manner in which the newspaper men
acquitted themselves in that capacity
should forever protect tliein from the
stigma of not knowing what they arc
talking about when they discourse
upou sugar culture. Owing to poor
material there was a break of cogs,
which, however, did not materially
affect tho experiment. The cane
was set about as well as if done by
hand, at a rapid horse walk and cov
ered satisfactorily. With further
improvements, which appear to be
practicable in minor points and in
the direction of greater simplicity,
there is little doubt that Coleman's
Cane Planter will be ono of tho de
vices to greatly cheapen sugar pro
duction in the near future. It may
be added that the double mould
boards of the machine aic those for
which Mcssis. 15. R Dillingham &
Co. are 'agents. They arc designed
upon straight lines, thus avoiding
'dragging of the soil and ensuring a
clean furrow. Planters who have
used them in ploughs give them
Rv unqualified praise as the acme of
perfection. These mould-boards arc
patented in the United states. The
writer would acknowledge the kind-
v ncss of Mr. West, President of the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
Company, for a pleasant drive to
and from the field behind his spirited
Tho letter of "A Father" shows
up a lamentable tendency of the
', times in a very forcibjo manner.
With nil the boasted advancement of
fr this age, tho aversion to personal
contact wiin mo sou is a symptom or
decadence which is giving serious
iy concern to social scientists or
'.. nverv nnnntrv.
Chinamen forfeited ten dollars bai
recently for playing dominoes on
rjSmulay. lids looks like straining
joiit a gnat and swallowing a camel,
wlicn fho police do nothing with
ithoso who distuib Sunday rest with
firearms. Every Sunday a rattlo of
"' revolvers is kept up for hours nenr
tho corner of Queen and South
streets. The residents of the neigh
borhood on these occasions have a
.' vague nppr clicnsion of stray bullets
turning jmu iuuu huuscb. ul poucc-
l-man is never seen in the locality.
THE DEMOCRATIC BANQUET.
Tho banquet at the Hotel last
evening in honor of tho election of
Cleveland and Hendricks was a de
cided success. The hotel grounds
wero most beautifully illuminated
with colored lanterns, also tho cupola
of tho hotel. A more' effective dis
play has never been seen in this city.
The lloynl Hawaiian Band wns pre
sent and discoursed excellent music.
Precisely at nino o'clock over seventy
gentlemen filed into the largo dining
hall. At one end were portraits of
Cleveland and Hendricks guarded
by n rooster, with an inscription at'
the bottom, "America's Choice.!'
At the opposite end was the head of
a larj;c, fierce-looking tiger, over
which were the words, " Old Hick
ory." Mr. William Wilder pre
sided at the head of the table, sup
ported on his right by Col. Peter
Snxe, Dr. J. S. McGrcw and Mr.
B. Ordcnstcin, while on his left were
Mr. John Russell, Col. Anderson
and Dr. Talioferro. The repast pro
vided by. Managers George Fnssett
and Tildcu was an elegant one and
did them the utmost credit. After
ample justico had been done the
many good things, Mr. William
Wilder offered the toast, Cleve
land and Hendricks, America's
Choice." Mr. John Kussell res
ponded, stating they had come
together to celebrate a Democratic
victoryi Tho grand old party was
nearly a century old and, after re
verses, had scored a magnificent
success. He was able to say that
Now York, tho homo of Cleveland,
and Indiana, the home of Hendricks,
had both gone Democratic. The
election went off without a ripple,
regularly and in order. He next re
ferred to the vituperation of tho Re
publican press, but the verdict of
the American people was that it was
founded on falsehood. Both of the
nominees arc typical Americans.
Democracy docs not change its ele
ments and docsnot change its name.
It had been said that if the Demo
crats came into power it would affect
this country. The vast injury that
is to accrue to these Islands is a
fallacy. The only way is in the Re
ciprocity Treaty. The whole sub
ject is a matter for Congress. Wc
arc here a handful of Democrats in
these beautiful Islands, and cannot
be present at the inauguration on
March -1th, but wc can send our con
gratulations. Mr. F. M. Hatch was next called
upon, and said the campaign had
been one of reform and the banner
of reform had triumphed. The De
mocratic party had been out in the
cold for a long time, but had now
come" to stay.
Mr. Avery made a few brief re
marks, after which Col. Anderson,
of California, was introduced. The
lcccnt election, ho said, means the
sweeping away of fraud and corrup
tion, and the instalment of the grand
old Democratic party. You need
not be afraid to trust your interests
to that party. He referred to tho
navy, and other important matters,
at considerable length, .his remarks
being frequently applauded!
Col. Peter Saxc, on being called,
said lie was not an orator, the
thunder of his saxchorn had gone up
ttic spout. Blame is a dead duck ;
there is no need agonizing over him ;
least said the better. Cleveland is a
man from stem to stern, the speaker
knowing him personally. Ben. But
ler, he said, received S2."i0,000 to be
a side show to Jim Blaine. Col.
Saxc was very humorous in his re
marks, and kept his hearers in high
Mr. M. M. Scott made a sound
speech, followed by the Orphan, who
related some littlo incidents of the
campaign. Dr. McGrow, Mr. J.
Ilyman and Mr. Ordcnstcin also
made remarks, the latter thanking
Ills Republican friends for the salute,
and tho preparation of other littlo
things which had como in so handy
Tho toast of the press was res
ponded to b' Messrs. Dan. Lyons
and Smith, after which a vote of
thanks was tendered the managers
of tho Hotel. Tho party broke up
shortly after 12 o'clock. Tho whole
affair was n credit to tho committee
It rained very heavily about 3
o'clock tliis morning, consequently
our streets are in a terrible condi
tion. Wo hopo tho Road Supervisor
will not get lost in tho dirt. '
lm i -i. .1 ..i.. ..,
AS BAIUCEEPER, by n German.
Long experience In the business.
Addicss "Bar.kccpcr," this ofllco.
ON tho 1st December, from Kaplolonl
Park, n Red Sorrel HORSE, with
three white feel, star on forehead, long
tail, branded on right hind Hank. A
reward will bu given on returning the
-amo to E. O. SOHUMAN, 70 Queen nt.
A SITUATION IS WANTED by a
gentleman in Bomo commercial
position in the city. Is conversant with
tuu l'rcneii, ucrman, aim .ungusu lan
guages. Salary no special object. Ap
ply to J. E. WISEMAN, General litis).
nc3 Agent. 802 lw
Having just opened his
Informs his friends ami tho public In
general that they arc
Tho Finest Class of Goods
of Silvorwnic over exhibited in this clly
pud consist of
Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Tea Spoon3,
Combination Baking Dishes, something new;
Pickle Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celery Glasses,
Spoon Holders, Butter Dishes,
Ladles' Toilet Sets,
Bronzo Figures, Chandeliers,
Also a very line line of
EST These goods must bo seen to bo
onprcclatcd, being made fiom tho hcav.
lest material, and also very ornamental,
892 lm CO Fort Sticet.
Risen from the Aslies !
lOVE'S NEW BAKERY !
MRS. LOVE desires to Intimate-to
her numerous old customers and
the public generally, that her bakery,
DoNtro-cil ty ITire,
Has been restored in handsome, sub
stantial and convenient form. She is
theicforc prepared to supply the largest
Plain and Fancy Bread
of the best quality, mid manufactured
by the most approved methods.
Everything in tho line of a first-class
bakery will he carried on with greater
facility than before the lire.
The Lunch & Coffee Room
Is also restored in more elegant style
than ever, and at rates that cannot be
underbid by any restaurant.
Brick Building, 73 Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, Dee. 12, 18S1. 892
rpiIE MAIL by Iho
Will close at the Post Oflicc,
At 10 a.m., Monday,
IHc. 15, 1831.
A" LATE LETTER HAG " will he
kept open till 11:20. a.m., to receive
late letters, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents each letter mtit lie paid.
Letters for Keoistiiatim. will be re.
ccled till 9 o'clock on Saturday.
Persons mailing correspondence on
the mniulng of tho steamer's departure,
arc rupu-st'-d to stamp all letters before
11.31. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Olllce, Honolulu, Dec. 12th, 1881.
JUST RECEIVED ex S. S. Mariposa,
the following Hawaiian 31usic, in
sheet form, arranged for voice and
piano, wuu iiauusoinc uuo page:
1. Hawaii Ponoi, Chorus
2. Sweet Lei Lchua 3Iarch
3. Malanaianu ka 3Iakaui,.Solo & chor.
1. Lumimakaalnaua March
C Elellc Solo & chorus
0. Ku 3Iol Kalakaua 3Iarch
7. Alii Wela Solo & chorus
8. Lallanau o'ke Alii 3Iarch
By kind permission of II R. II. Princess
Llliuokalanl, Aloha Oe is allowed to be
sold in tho above collection.
J. 31. OAT, Jr., &, Co.,
25 Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I.
AFIUST-CLASS COOK In a privoto
family, at Walklki. Must bo
clean, indiibtrlous, mid of steady habits:
no other will answer. Apply at II.
Macfarlane's, next to Bishop's Hank.
A MIDDLE AGED A3IEHIOAN
woman wants a situation to wait
on an invalid, or do light housework.
Address G. A. It. this olllce. 890 Jit
AN EXPE1UENOED NURSE dc
sires a situation. Would under
take light hnusownrk. Apply at 151
Fort Mreot. 690 St
BY a young Ucrmnn, cau do any kind
of outsldo work and knows some
thing about horses. Apply
J. E. WISEMAN,
887 lw General Business Agent
E. P. ADAMS.
TiiuNilny, December Midi,
At 7 p. m.. at Sales Room Great
variety of Clulstinns Goods.
WcrtiiOHrtny, Dee. IVllu
At OtfO a. m. A morning Sale
A malinco at G. W. Macfarhine &
Co.'s. The Sale of the Season.
Frlduy, Dee. IJHh,
At 7 p. in., at Sales Room. Chinese
goods and curios, jewelry, &c.
Hoiiday, Dee. J22nd.
At 7 p. in., at Lycnn & Co.V, Fort
street. A beautiful assortment
Tuesday, Dee. 2tfrd,
At 7 p. m., at Sales Room. Christ
inas Goods of all sorts.
N.B.-Mr. Ellis will prosldc at all theso sales
E. P. ADA31S,
Catch of 1 884.
FOR SALE BY
3B. DP. .A.IX&.IMCS.
IF YOU WANT
Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums
Toy Books, etc., go to
J. WJ. OAT, JR., & CO.
And talk'CASH and you will probably
get them as cheap,
IF IS'OX CHEAPER
Thau at some of the stores where they
advertise to give goods a way.
DON'T POHGET ! DON'T FOItGET !
J. M. OAT, JR., & CO.
SS8 23 3IERCHANT STBEET. tf
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having clcired their old stock at Auc
tion are now opening cases of
NEW GOODS !
Suitable foi the Season, just arrived per
C. R.. DBigjliop
837 And oilier late arrival. lw
Building Lots for Sale.
QKVEKAL building lots for fate or
O rent at Kapalama, ceir the Xinhe
lewni bridge, on the Ewa side f ths
lane lcadim: to AiuUb'a (Miate. Ea.?y
terms. Applv lo W. C. ACHI,
Law olllce of W. K. Ca-tle. S37 if
. A GOOD CHANCE.
IttMaurcut Kor Hal.
VXTELL furnished, gocl IccsUac, Io
t T ing good buiinct. Isai'; hx !i
years to run at a low rental. The crw
is compelled to leave the Kis'tom m
account of ill-health. Ajmlv U
J NO. A. i'MMKV.,
880 2w lies! EtUl A sl.
A THOROUGH GOOD .Um.Z
I force, bait to ctr -rxU, wl k uflf.v
one of the best bull'?!; Jirt wa lltt 5t
lands' or I will t-it-luiti't hisa Uix u wA
harness hore. Cfa p;k JJS5, -vu-ranted
In ecrv it- Avfiy UjrfiU4
Carriage CVi r,ffiw 2l A. (). JluJT
King sired l!U5 Jw
ij45StA At I'jImm, swtar JiviviwtL'HJ
g-52?ScbooJ, a twKifwitMe otOUg.
EeaeiSSUi.UWHJBdvl Willi JtJUuit; Jiw.
Easy terms to a torA mii1- AiwJv jo
On the jremlw, or J. 71 Vuacus,iS7
Merchant tl Honolulu. hi
At I'alsnu. nc&r JMorsiuUjrr
School, a ew and unnmiA'm,
'cottage. Suitable for a fawllv.
Has never been occupied, KayUri
to a good tenant.
On the premises, or J, E. Wiikuav, 27
3Iercbant st., Honolulu. khH
S31ALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
A SMALL DARK RED HORSE,
xjL Mack tail and mane, white spot on
forehead, branded on Until; with wine
cup. Tho Under will bo rewarded on
lemming the tame to
891 Cor Kukul and Nuunnti sts.
A CHESTNUT brown clipped horfe
with white feel. Anyone giving
information of the Mtmo to this olllce
will ha rewarded. 888 tf
RflR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Dank, and will be happy to at'end
to any busluesscutrustcd to his care.
Fie M Salmon !
Commencing on the 1st day of December,
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
be obtained strictly for cash.
FANCY GOODS EMPORIUM!
Novelty Head Quarters !
BAH IODK. TELEJ X-3COLH-A-r?5i !
Christmas Presents & lew Year's Gifts
MAKE YOUNG AND OLD HAPPY.
PRESENTS FOR RABHIS,
." " CHILDREN,
" " GIRLS,
" " ROYS, .
ii ' it
Can now be selected from the stock of Holiday Goods now being nponed
AT THE HAWAIIAN BAZAR.
lOO FORT STREET.
ES" Call, examine and see the largest stock in the Kingdom. -xBa
87-' KENNEDY & CO., Proprietors.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
Tfc Ozlj Ecgizd General Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
JS'X'AJiLISIIEJL) 1 87 J).
Ono fr C5pllTi Pire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
i: O. IKtx '.lr, : : t : Xolophouo 173,
KKAL ESTATE AGENT Kuys and fells Heal Estate in all parts of the King
drj(u Keblft OiScti, Hcmct, Cottages and Rooms.
souenrrac agent fohwildkh's inter-island sTEAMEns-aw
iJ SSjTavtHDg I'uhlic will apply to mo for Tickets and Information to
llie okasio. .
mUUllHU AGENT FOR THE .MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OP NEW
yOHKTkn .-rbf.x, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its hind in tho
AtfESfrrOK THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN A3IERIOA
I ThU Ktiw. kxmU all other routes going East, the Eccnury being the grandost,
Mm: smaU its LholaM and the Palnco and Dining Cars the handsomest and most
J;M5'JYJMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking work In- tho varl
uv v:i.w.!ii;t til industry on the Itlands.
ELICITING AGENT FOR TIIE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
'Vhn tea known Company In the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges'
feighl and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on flrt-class sccurilly.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
Dilribuicd and Collected. Books mid Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
i&archul. RcnU Collected. Tuxes and Insurance on Properly looked afier.
Gopying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and accurately
ottndcd t. '
AGENT FOR 'HIE NEW MUSIC HALL AT IIONOLULU-Companies abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Oiders for Island Shells, Ctulos, Lava
.Specimens, Native Views and Photos carefully .filled and forwarded to all parts
of the World.
3f Information appertaining to the Islands given and all coircspondcnco faith,
JOSKPJI B. WINISHAN,
bT,t Gonoral Duslacss Anont, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers In Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc. "feg Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire and Staples, Korosono Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
.LADIES, .. -
YOUR GIRL, ' ' ' '
YOUR MOTHER, ' '
YOUR GRAND-MOTHER, t
YOUR GRAND-FATHER, .
YOUR GREAT GRAND-MOTHER,
YOUR GREAT GRAND-FATHER,
YOUR RELATIONS, '
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