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BISHOP & Co,, BAKItEItS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island
Draw llxt'h.iiiKO (in the
JLJunW oi'C'ttlirorjiiu, t. IP.
And Lliolr agents in ..
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild & Son, London.
Tlio Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank t!o., of Sydney,
Tlio Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ghrlstchuroh, nnd Wellington.
Tlio Willi; of British Columbia, Vic
toriu, H. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General l-iuiMn.! lluslnes..
PlcJjeJ to neither Sect nor Patty.
Bat oitibltiliol far tho tmellt of all,
KUIDAY, DKC. 10, 1881.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Sale of Christmas Goods, at 7, tt
K. P. Adams' Sales Room.
Imp. Order of Red IWen, il7:'M.
Morning Star Lodge, Kofi. 7:!)Q0
The following statement appeared
in yesterday's Advertiser, under
the heading, "Finance Department
For public information, tlio Uepait
lncnt of Finance makes the following
.statement eoneeinlng the lsue of Ceitl
Jleales ot Deposit, and the fund on
.Speelal Deposit to meet the -aino:
Total aiiiount Ceitllleates out
From this amount I- deducted
the amount of $10 Ceitl
tleatc outstanding, which
are ledcemahle In e liver.... "i7,S10
Leaving a balance redeemable
In gold coin QGIS.OflO
Prom tlilh balance 1' deducted
the uncurreiit silver, for the
conversion of which f-ti?i-?
are taken SKI.000
And for deposit of l S. trade
dollais 27,000 10,000
Leaves n total amount rcdccin-
ablo In gold 9003,000
Against this amount the Ticasiiry has
the following on Special DepoMt, vl.:
In American gold coin $:i2."i.000 00
In hllvcr at par value 2S3.0'J0 00
Ami lit .Special Deposit to
make slhor eipial hi
bullion value to Cerli-
lleatcs outstanding UO.'IC (SO
80 IS, 100 00
lies:. Public Accounts.
Depaitiuent of Finance.
Honolulu Dec. 1(1, l&S I.
, The above would seem to siiow'
that, with the gold that the. Bunk
will circulate and the product of the
silver promised to be yet convci ted
by the Government, there will lie
enough gold presently for" nil curicnt
necessities of the country. A great
many people, who arc in n position
to know something about the case,
believe that thcic is not too much
silver on hand for circulation. .Since
tlio gold standard went into effect,
several large demands for silver have
been tilled not without n good deal
-of trouble und tiavel on the part of
those requiring it. One firm with a
largo pay toll, we know, paid ont
gold on Saturday last to persons
receiving no more than ten dollars.
Similar confidence in everything
coming out all right witli the silver
currency, on the pait of the business
people generally, would boon prove
whether there was too much silver
or not. Above all, it is incumbcut
upon the Government to set an ex
ample of confidence in its own
coinage. If there is not a surplus
of silver, the Government would lose
nothing in funds by lccciving it at
par from those having more than
their business rcquiies that is, if
. the existing silver currency i3 to
" staud. If it is not going to survive
at faco value, and hence will have to
be got rid of at uuy cost, the Gov
ernment is tho party to justly sustain
the biudcn. That burden would
amount to foui teen percent, exclu
sive of charges for conversion, on nil
tho coinage. Koiutcen is tho rale
of discount, as mentioned by the
registrar in the above statement,
which tho country is now paying in
the process of redeeming silver cer
tificates in gold. That late it would
have to pay for the transmutation of
i tlio remainder of tho silver into gold
', nun liliu bui.aiiu.iiy oiimu us nu.ir ;i
&Up$&iblc up to tlio gold standard. It
may uo possible to retain our present
'subsidiary coinage at par, but not
unless the Government ilseli evinces
mora confidence in that boinr done
'ttiau it is doing at prcsont.
4$' A hopeful symptom lias appeared
tri ;y?in tlio Advertiser this morning. Its
BV.1 '.M.ii, ... , ..! i.ll.. .1 ...I -.
' 'editorial manor is wiiuuy uu.uiuu iu
, tho fashions. It may dovclop some
"usefulness iu that line, even boyond
its usual adaptability for waist
if , patterns.
1 '" 'i wraro'iWfrtttdiitw
PUNANOU PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Tho Olnislmas examinations of
this well-oiganizcd, oillccicd and
equipped educational institution look
place to-day. llcsidcs Principal
Mcrritt, of the 1'unahou College,
there were present Judges McCully.
and Austin l'rof. Alexander, the
Rev. Dr. Hyde, and ninny ladies.
Our representative's time was neces
sarily divided among the different
departments, but what he saw nnd
heard in each denoted good, solid
In the Primary Depaitmcnt, taught
by Miss Lewis, the Utile ones went
through n very satisfactory ill ill in
reading at sight. They also showed
remarkable proficiency in writing
words, from their reading lesson, on
the blackboard, the errors in spelling
being very few and tho mechanical
execution excellent. The work of
this department can be traced light
up through all the others, and noth
ing better could bo said of it.
Owing to the superior accommo
dation gained thereby for tho occa
sion, Miss AVildcr's second inter
mediate department was examined
in Miss Hall's room. A spelling
bee was about all we saw them ex
ercised in, and it was very interest
ing and showed a high average in that
branch. The last two survivors of
a trying ordeal were vanquished by
tho word " kneading."
In Miss Carter's, first intermediate,
department the pupils read very
well for the most part, several evinc
ing promising elocutionary powers.
They also showed to good advnntagc
in arithmetic, working sums in frac
tions with intelligent readiness. An
interesting scholar in this room is a
Chinese boy, who compnics favorably
with his mates on their own ground.
The grammar department, in
charge of Miss Hall, the principal,
was exercised (luring our visit in
commercial arithmetic, and the
pupils won general admiration for
their facility in solving dilllctilt
problems of interest and discount.
Together with Miss Wilder' s pupils
they also sang very well. Excellent
discipline characterized this and the
other dcpaitnients. Judge McCully
addressed a few complimcntaiy
words to tho pupils upon their profi
ciency in arithmetic.
This afternoon the Christmas ex
ercises look place, but too late to
report. A well practised programme
of singing, and speech-making b'
visitors, wore tohave been performed.
Iolani College broke up for the
Cluistmas holidays at two o'clock
this afternoon. As the Rev. W. A.
Swan, the head master, is leaving
for a new sphere of labor in
the Colonies, the pupils attending
the school and several old, ones in
recognition of tlio high esteem the'
have held him in as head master,
presented him at the close of the
school session with a beautiful silver
watch suitably inscribed, and a gold
Aloha ring. Master Anahu, one of
the head pupils, made tho presenta
tion, accompanied with the following
testimonial signed by sixty of the
Uuv. W. A. Swan,
Dear Sir: Uofore you leave us
we should like to tell you how very
sorry wo all are that you arc going
away, and to thank you for all you
have done for us. We hope yon
will be happy in the Mission you
are leaving us for, and that you
will accept this small gift as a token
of tho Aloha your former scholars
Mr. Swan replied in suitable
.terms, thanking the boys for their
handsome present, and wishing tlicm
success. Mr. Swan leaves by the
S. S. Zcalandia due December 27th,
for Auckland, New Zealand, wheic
he will engage iu Church work in
WILL be received by the undersign,
cd at the Haul; of Bishop & Co ,
up to tlio 17th day of January, 1881, for
making the necessary excavation nnd
erecting u brick building with stono
bncmt.it and foundation walls, on tho
site which will bo pointed out by tho
llcv. W. C. Mcrritt, In tlio Oahn College
premise-, at Puiiahou according to
plans anil speolllcatlons In the hands of
tho undersigned. The btone for tho
foundation walls, basement, and piers,
arc to bo taken from wicio tboy now
nre, In funics or piles, uUoto bo pointed
out by Sir. Mcirlll, on tlio pieniis.es,
without charge. All other material to
lie furnished by the conliactor. Tho
v.oi.c must bo commence. 1 not later than
Fobiuaiy 10th, and finished lietoro tho
15th day of July, 1885.
A written ngiccment and bond will
The Trustees of the College do not
hind themselves to incept the lowest or
By order of tlio Trustees of O.ihu Collogo
OHAS. It. BISHOP,
Chairman of Building Committee.
Honolulu, Dec. 17, 188-1 807 lw
ORDER of SALES
Lyons & Levey-
Saturday, Dec. 20th;
At 7 p. m., nt Sales Room, by
order of CI. W. Mncfnrlnno fc Co.,
. plendld Now Xinai Goods.
Monday, Dec. 22nd,
At 7 p. m., ntSalo. -loom, general
assortment of Toys and Xmns
891 , LYONS & LEVEY, Auctr's.
Grand Morning Sato,
At the Store, Campbell's Block, Foil M.f
Monday, Doc. 22nd,
At 10 n. m.. wo will .ell at public auc
tion a new stock of
Suitable for tho present season,
Toys, Fanoy Goods, Crockerywaro,
and every description of Now
" car's 1'icscnts.
POSITIVELY NO Itl.SERVE.
LYONS & LEVEY, Auctr'c .
WEDNESDAY MORNING THE
17th December, between Snow
Cottage, Hotel stieet, and tho Kawala
hao Church, King ,-tiect, a giey checked
Tweed Coat, tho pocket of which con
tained two bill . iigulnt Maefarlane'H.
one I.ory carpenter's mlo and a .mall
niciiioiaiidiiin book. Anyone returning
tho same to Charles Smith, SO King
Ktrcet, will bo rewnided. 8!7 tf
Hay and Grain!
WOI-IT. A i.inVAltltt
Have on hand, and arc receiving by
Choice liny, OalH, Ilrrm, Ground nuil
IVIiolc Hurley, tlrncl.oil nml Whole
'orn, Wheat, etc., e., i-tr.
Which they offer at the
Lowest Market Rates.
Goods delivered EltEE OE CIIAltGE.
woi-Pi: & i:iwaiiim,
Cor. King & Nuiianu St".
Telephone No. ail). SD7 lm
ALL PERSONS HAVING accounts
against me personally, or on oc
count of my draylng business, arc re
quested to present tlio samo monthly
instead of uuaiterlv as heretofore.
830 lm. GEU. .1. HOBEUTSON.
ANOTHER INVOICE OP THOSE
OJil VIKGHISTIV .
Sweet aill Sour PicKles,
Prepared by a lady in Sin Francisco,
and made ot tlio very best malcrlals.
No Clitlstm ib Dinner complete with
out a bottle of those appetizing pickles.
Also on hand,
NutH, JTlKi-i, Xi'iicF(
I-iumoii "t OvmiK I'eel,
YoiuiK Ajuoi'lcti, OliecHo,
Clioloe .iY:i1oh, Lard,
ailnoo ..luiit, I'otaloeH.
O-iloiiH, Tn I'll llH,
Cniolcern of nil Jclii.lH. &c.
Telephone 11!). 800 2w
HAND GRENADES FIRE EXTINGUISHER.
Ban Fuaxcibco, Sept. 21, 1S81.
II. II. Gnoss, Esq., t
SI New Montgomery street,
Du.vii Sin: Wo take pleasuro in in
forming you of tho good work done by
your Haud Gienndcs at our Factory In
Alameda, yesterday. A tiro caught upon
the shingle roof of a largo framo struc
ture, and burned furiously, and for a
time endangered our entire works. Tho
flro was burning over about ono hundred
feet of surface when the nlarm was
given, nnd the men all being on tho first
tloor, ci.ed tho Grenades and had to go
up three flights of btalrs to tho top of
tho building, which is sixty feet high,
and thcro was dlfllculty In gaining ac
cess to tho tiro on account ot the steep
ness of tho roof and tho absence of
cleats, which occasioned considcinblo
delay. "When tho men reached tho tiro
they instantly extinguished it by the
use of your Hand Grenades, although
the shingles were well.burned. "Wo be
Hovo your Grenades saved the building
from total destruction. PIcaso send its
an additional supply immediately.
Yours Very Truly,
William T. Colkman & Co.,
Agents of tho Harmony Borax Co.
., II. -.lYKItH.
Manager California Produce and
Provision Co., Sole Agent for tho
Hawaiian Islands, 73 Hotel st.
At Palama, near Reformatory
School, a new and commodious
'cottage. Suitable for a fnmllv.
Has never been occupied. Easyteuus
to a good tenant.
On tho prcml.o:, or .1. E. Wiskman, 27
Merchant St., Honolulu. 8SS
ri-MlE UNDERSIGNED request that
X in future all accounts against them
bo presented promptly at tho end of
each month, whether owed by them
per.ounlly, or ns trustees, guardians,
executors or agents. BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, Do;. 19, 1681. 801 2w
E. P. ADAMS.
Friday, Jec. lOtli,
At7 p. in., at S lies Room. Chinese
goods nnd rurio. , jewelry, &c.
nFoiMhsy, livv. iiI.
At 7 p. m., nt Lycnn & Co.V, Fort
street. A beautiful assortment
Tuesday, Jec. a.'Ud,
At 7 p. in., at Sales Room. Clnlst
mau Goods of all torts.
N.D.-Mr. Ellis will preside nt all theso sales
E. P. ADAMS,
On Friday, Dec. 19th,
At 7 o'clock, at Sales Boom,
Largo and Smallp
Chineso Cabinots and Curios,
Fine Gold and Silver Jewelry,
Silk Ores. Good, Pongee, 4c.
Silk Handkerchiefs and Fans'
Fancy (roods & Toys
E. P. ADAMS, Allot.
jj2 ON X43JE1 2Br3I
S. J. Levey & Co.
WILL RECEIVE EX "ALAMEDA,"
on Ice, a .mail lot of
Drc.scd. Ordcri should bo left nt once,
us only n limited supply will
bo on hand.
Wc have also on hand, and to nrrlve,
a large" and varied assortment of
And Christinas Goods.
Cranberries, Nuts of all kinds
Candy, Bon-Bon., Christmas
Also, Fiesh Star Hams, Bacon,
801 l!w Lord, Cheese, &c.
MAX ECKART '
Having just opened his
Informs his friends and tho public in
general that they arc
The Finest Class of Goods
of Silverware over exhibited In tills city
and consist of
Tea Sets, Ice Meiers,
Trays, Castors, Knives, Forks,
Spoons and Tea Spoons,
Combination Baking Dishes, something new;
Plcklo Stands, Cups,
Napkin Rings, Celery Glasses,
Spoon Holders, Butter Dishes,
, Ladles' Toilet Sets,
Bronzo Figures', ChandclIor3,
Also a very fine lino of
C3t Tho.o goods must be eccii to bo
appreciated, beine; made fiom the heav.
lest material, and also vcrv ornamental.
802 lm (iGFoit Street.
Hay ai Feefl.
Mossrs. S. F. Graham & Co.
Take pleasure in announcing to their
old ft lends and patrons that1'
a fresh lot of
Cloice Hay ai Grail
Which they oft'er at
rClo lo-rcHl mui-lcoL lluten.
03T" Hay and Feed delivered to any
pait of tho city.
H. V. UKAIIA-ir A Co.,
No. 8iJ King Street.
Tolcphono Ko. 187. 895 lm
For San Francisco.
Goodman, : : Captain.
Will sail for tho abovo port on or about
January 1ft, 18S,.. For freight or pass
ago opplv to the.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
. bi)l iiw
A SITUATION 13 WANTED by a
gentleman In somo commercial
po .Itlon iu tho city. Is conversant with
tho French, German, nnd English lan
guages. Salary no special object. Ap
ply to J. E. WISEMAN, General Uual.
ne.s Agent. 802 lw
a "f " ( f- . . . ..
Commencing- on the 1st clay of December,
and continuing throughout the month, we
will offer onr entire stock., without reserve,
at cost. All classes of goods are included
in this offering, and genuine bargains may
be obtained strictly for cash.
GRAND CHRISTMAS SALE
Hawaiian Bazar Toy Depot
Fancy Goods Emporium.
To make room for staple goods to arrive after
the holidays, we now announce that wc will
sell our immense stock of Toys and Christmas
and STew Year's Goods at GREATLY RE
Call and select before
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAI,
Tho Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
X. O. Box 315 t t s Tulepliono 173.
HEAL ESTATE AGENT Buys nud sells Eeal Estate in all parts of the King
dom, ltcnts Ofllces, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT EOKWILDEH'S INTEK-ISLAND STEAMEHS-Tour
istsaml tho Traveling l'ubllo will apply to mo for Tickets nnd Information to
S0J,C,1T1 A9ENT I'OHTHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
J.P1.-1'10 LaioCiJ Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind In the
AQ1.T0U THE GREAT bUHLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other routes going East, the scenery being the grnndc-t,
tho meals the choicest nnd tho Palace and Dining Cms tho handsomest nnd most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all .ceking work in the vari
ous branches of industry on tho Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSUI.ANOE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER-Entcrs Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Monoy at nil times on first-class sccurlliy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Logal Pnpors of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insuianco on Properly looked nfur.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Nowspnpcr Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and necuiately
attended t. J
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT IIONOLULU-Compnnlc- abroad
will correspond with mo for terms, etc. Orders for Island Shells, Cuilos, Lava
Specimens, Nntivo Views and PI10103 carefully filled and forwaidcd to all parts
01 tho World.
t2T Information appertaining to the Itlands given and-nll coircspondenco faith,
.TSKWI M. WISK3IAW,
873 General Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Etc.
Fence AViro and Staples, Kerosene Oil ji specialty
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine, '
IIouso Furnishing Gootls, Plated Ware, &c., &e.
... - ---- J ---.-- ----. -
tho best (roods aro gone.
KENNEDY & CO., Proprietors.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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