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JAPANESE IMMIGRANT LABORERS.
All persons drsiious of obtaining
Japanese. Immlginnts, under the una
pices of the Bureau of lnuiilyratlon, as
household servants or plantation labor
era, are Invited to feud to Hie President
of the Bureau of Immigration written
application for the sutne, slating the
number ami class of laborcis required.
Eight, hundred .Japanese Immigrants
mo cxpoctcd to arrive here on or nbout
the 12th of Fcbiumy proximo, and re
cruiting will bo vlgoumsly prosecuted
(hiring the follow lug months of March
On lliclr airival in Honolulu the re
cruits will be iippmlioncd lo llic appll
omits, pro-rata, in accordance with the
priority of the receipt -of the applica
tions nt the Oltlce of the Bureau.
(Signed) CHAS. T. GUhlCK
Minister of Interior,
And President Bureau of Immigration.
Bureau of Immigration,
January 22nd, 1835. 920 2t
BTSIIOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buiilf oiC'nlil'oiuln. 6. li
And their agents In
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild & Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Thu Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christ church, and "Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Jw hUjj aU.U-:titt,
Fledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bat established for tho benefit or all,
FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1885.
THIS EVENINC'S DOINGS.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30.
- Morning Slur Lodge, Ivof P. 7:300
A DEBATINC SOCIETY.
The project of forming it debating
society upon a bread and popular
basis is weft received among all with
whom' we have talked about it
privately. There ought to be no
trouble about starting the institution,
if only two or Ihree of our intel
lectual lights joined in si call for an
organization meeting. A novel form
of debating society has been some
time in very successful existence in
England, called parliamentary dc-
' bating societies. There arc govern
ment and opposition parties, and
independents, and the complete
machinery of parliament, and pub
lie questions arc legislated upon in
due form and with appropriate
dignity. By recent papers from
Montreal we sec that the institution
has just been started there and is
succeeding admirably. It is 'draw
ing out a great deal of hitherto latent
talent among the young men of the
city, and weekly attracts crowded
audiences. Perhaps this town could
not sustain such a prutentious organ
ization as a regular thing, but the
mock parliamentary form could be
adopted, we think, with success for
occasional public entertainments by
the society. Wc have known or
dinary debating societies to give
capital diversion in the ihapc of
mock legislatures and mock courts,
which the public yery heartily ap
preciated. An organization of the
kind advocated might be capable of
combining great bcnelit with much
'amusement to the Honolulu public.
YES, BRACE UP!
An article in the Advertiser urges
the community to "brace up" and be
more merry. It is possible that there
may be need for more relaxation
from the cares of business. It is
X'certain, though, that tho members of
'... I. !. . I .!..
U'm-S .., jine coinmuuii-y arc noi mining
j,-themselves by efforts for the public
good. There is no free interchange
of opinion upon'inattcrs of local im-
jtOfl iJluvciucm.. J'-ovii inc ujiun vuimuun
of our numerous press are not availed
of by the people to discuss urgent
wants and crying abuses abounding
on every hand. Measures of tho
most obvious necessity for tho public
comfort, the fair repute of tho com
munity, and meeting the demands
of advancing civilization, in the
capital of the country, are demanded
of tho Legislature. Yet, although
such measures require to be thor-
oughly discussed for a long time in
advance of the session, in order that
they may be passed in vcasonnble
matured formt the community is
apparently dead to all appeals of the
press in that regard. The news
papers are placed in the position of
children sitting in the market place
and crying: "We hnvo piped unto
you and j-ou have not danced : we
have mourned unto you and you have
not lamented." This editor's say
ings are scorned because be has been
here a long time and must therefore
be the mere mouthpiece of one of
tho cliques perennially seeking tho
upper hand or trying to maintain it.
That one's utterances arc despised
because ho has only been a short
time here, and tho Hawaiian civiliza
tion is so fearfully and Wonderfully
compounded that general principles
of good government, social order
and morality do not apply to it.
Newspapers are sometimes sneeringly
referred to as uttering u only gas,"
but if it is a gas capable of expand
ing the spirit of the public, it is the
article of which Honolulu stands
most in need. As individuals, it
may be work that is killing us ; but
as a community, we arc suffering
from too much sleep. Yes, brace
up. But, first, wake up. Become
aware of our collective identity. Get
out of our oyster-like shells. Rub
noses more, and bite backs less.
In the law courts it is speech that
is golden and silence silvern. Other
wise the lawyers could only talk ten
dollars' worth in each case, and the
jurymen would cany off all the gold.
The widening of the streets bound
ing the burnt district is being agi
tated. Such a desirable improve
ment" ought to have the support of
everybody. Even if whole streets
cannot be widened, it is wise to have
all permanent structures built upon
the improved lines of tho future.
A Washington despatch of Jan.
ttli is as follows: "Mr. Carter, the
Hawaiian Minister to the United
States, in speaking of the proposed
extension of the Hawaiian Treaty,
to-day, said that the advantages to
Americans were not all involved in
the retail price of sugars. The
American export trade to the islands
had, under the treaty, grown from
almost nothing to 1,000,000 a year.
It was estimated, he said, that the
American ownership in Hawaiian
sugar plantations amounted to $10,
500,000; in Oceanic Mercantile Ma
rine, 3,500,000; in Inter-island
Mercantile Marine, $1,500,000 ;
American banking capital, 83,500,
000 ; American mortgages on foreign
owned property, $1,000,000. Total,
$20,000,000, un investment upon
which the Americans made interest
and profit. Aside from that they
made money upon the $12,250,000
annual import and export trade."
Last evening, Fort Street Church
presented a very gay appearance,
the occasion being the marriage of
Br. N. B Emerson to Miss Dr. Sarah
E. Peircc. The platform and pulpit
were most beautifully decorated with
flowers, ferns and evergreens, the
front of the pulpit being one mass of
rosefc. A floral archway had been
creeled at the head of the ccntro
aisle, under which the happy couple
stood during the ceremony. The
church was well-filled with a large
number of invited guests. Amongst
those present were, tho American
Minister, His. Ex. Rollin M. Dag
gett and lady, the French Commis
sioner Monsieur Henri Feer and
lady, ScnhorA. de Sousa Canavarro,
Portuguese Commissioner', and His
Honor the Chief Justice. Messrs.
W. A. Kinney and E. A. Jones acted
as ushers. Bcforo the bridal party
arrived several selections wore ren
dered by Mr. J. W. Yarndley, -violin,
Mr. II. W. Morso, flute, and Mr.
Myron Jones, on the organ. They
included the Angels' Serenade by
Bniga, Gounod's Ave Maria and a
Romanza by David. Shortly after
tho time appointed for tho ceremony,
Mr. Jones struck up with AVagner's
Bridal March, and. the bridal party
entered the church as follows:
Ushers, Rev. J. A. Cruzan, Mr, J,
S. Kracrsoii, brother of the bride
groom, Miss Hattio Peircc, sister of
tho bride, nnd lastly the Initio and
groom. The bride was attired in an
elegant costume of cream colored
satin, with veil, and carried a bou
quet of flowers, Tho ceremony was
performod by Pastor Cruzan in a
very impressive manner. During tho
ceremony a beautiful Romanzn was
played very softly on the violinand
organ. Tho bridal party left tho
church to tho strains of Mendels
sohn's Wedding March. Later, a
reception was held at the future
residence of the newly-married cou
ple, on Fort street, which was beau
tifully illuminated. Only tho imme
diate Relatives and friends were pre
sent. The Bulletin acknowledges
a share of the bride's-cake, offers its
congratulation, and wishes the newly
married couple many years of happi
Last evening, shortly after eight
o'clock, Mr. Hugh McDonua, an
old resident, breathed his last, nt
the residence of Mrs. Lack, Emma
street. Tho deceased came here in
1852 in the ship Charles Mallory,
with thirteen other passengers.
Having small-pox on board, Mr. W.
C. Parke, at that time Marshal and
a member of the Board of Health,
would not allowjicr to come inside,
so she was anchored near Diamond
Head. Only one of the fourteen is
now living, n Mr. Fred Hanks, who
resides in New York. The deceased
was born in Scotland in 1815, nnd
lived for some time in Philadelphia.
He is a tailor by trade and worked
at it in this city in the building
owned by him, which is now used by
Mr. Foster the saddler. About five
years ago he retired from business.
He has only been confined to the
house for one week, the immediate
catisc of death being bronchitis. He
has no relations living. The funeral
takes place this afternoon at four
o'clock from the residence of Mrs.
Lack, 53 Emma street.
In the ballot for chaplain of the
Texas Legislature IJeecher, Bur
chard and Ingersoll each received
one vote, but Rev. J. W. Poindcxter
Governor Iloadlcy, of Ohio, has
given orders for three companies of
the National Guard to hold them
selves in readiness to go into Hock
ing Valley on short notice. The
striking miners at Shawnee are en
deavoring to get up companies of
300 to engage in a grand exhibition
drilL A conflict between the strikers
and guards is apprehended.
It is stated that France and
Germany have come to a complete
agreement in regard to the Egyptian,
Chinese and Congo questions.
France promises to protect German
commerce in French colonics, and
Germany promises, in consideration
thereof, to support France in her
Land-slips are imminently threat
ening the destruction of the Greek
cathedral at Czcrnowitz, Austria,
which cost $5,000,000.
lacneale k llrliiin Safes !
Honolulu, Jniii 11, 1885.
C. O. BERGER, Esq.,
Agent Macnealo & Urban Safes.
It Is with great pleasure that
I add my testimony to the Flrc-Proof
qualities of your Safes.
I had n small single deor Macncule &
Uilmu Safe in last night's terrible fire
and, on opening the same this morning,
found Its contents consisting of books,
papers, and money lo the amount of
?1M0-IN PERFECT CONDITION.
,1 am so well satisfied with the result
that I want another No. 3 Safe nt once.
GEO, M. BAUPP,
020 Qcrmanla Market
Tho following brands of Cigars:
All now and highly recommended.
II. J. KOIIE,
Ex British Bark " Bnnca,"
Fmel Claret in cases,
A, Lclnndo & CVs Boidcnux;
Ditto, in half cask;
In casks nnd eat.es;
Claiape, ills, &ils.,
Ditto, St. Mnrceaux & Co.;
English Ale & Porter
In quarts nnd pints of known
and favorite brands,
co tcli "Whiskey
AND FRENCH COGNAC;
Aerated Waters !
Different kinds and non-alcoholic,
CSTFOU SALE Y-a
F. i SClliffllt & CO.
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATION
TUB ANNUAL MEETING of
the Kapiolnni Park Association
will to held at the Armniy, on ,
THURSDAY, January 2Dlh, at
1 o'clock p. in. C25" A full ;it
lendunco is requested.
0211 w Scc'yK.P.A.
A TEMPORARY PLACE h.is been
nncnnrt in lin,fiTim Imnl: nf Air.
Houghiniling's place, to supply my cus
tomer as u&iml. until furl her notice.
G. M. RAUPP,
021 tf Tclephono 101.
0ME to tho promi-cs, Ko. 10 School
stieet, on Mondiy, Jan. 19th, li-Sl,
One 15 ly Filly, branded S on near hind
quarter, and PIC on off hind otnrtur,
nlso s-tir in forehcal, and white nose.
The owner will pkase call, pay charges,
and take her aw.iv.
02-1 !Jt ' KING BROS.
The well-known Mare
"DOLLY," sired bv
ffi&SL "'?" " ' SI' ' ii "
veil -in,;; i;uil ,py ,t ;uui"
iTl,; VniH 'Al.n fi'lVnfnul
-'.' Pdt.'l:-, nnd 2 1u!nq: Hit' Liltnr will Inv
w... .1.', .. .. V...U...
this f-e.iion. Apply to
9 'A !w ' GEO. II. LUOE.
DUE B. F. EIILERS & CO. must
be paid before Fcbiu-uy 1st, or
they will be" placed in tho hands of
a collector, and payment cnfoiccd.
For the .Wigneesi of Ii. F. Ehlers
II. W. SCHMIDT.
Honolulu, January loth, 1S35.
XTAVING ENLARGED THESE
Centra! & Commodious Stables
wo are prepared to furnish lira-class
L turnouts with senile korses, with or
J without drivers, A lino wagonette in
SSuvliH tti til! Monrs.
day n:id night, llorfcs taken to board
by day, week, or month, on reasonable
terms, ir'addlu lioi.stn to let,
I-Iorseis -LJoiifylifc and Sold,
A Jluegngo Wagon deliveis to all
parti of tlto city. Furniture moving
C W. MACFARLANB,)1Ws
K. It. MIJ.ES. )lrl)8
92!) ilin e5yTVlephonoNo,S2.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All order3 for eartago promptly at
tended to, at thu lowest rales, Alto for
IVliilc anil itlnck Hand
in quantities to mil, nt lowest prices.
I&ggf & II. ROBERTSON,
rvwi JAi Anv 1 1 r?i vi m n i hnet t ni in a
In town. Ofliec, Queen at.
V ! F4 VjWSI .rv VtStfi' t
JE&EAM ! BSs IfciElJD IggS 3R3E-AJO !
Just Received by last slcamor ono of tho lnrgeet invoices of
Lais' Misses', Cliilta's k lets' fear
-&StS Lnd!o' Aprons, -ajS"
Infants' Rolo, " Drawers, ' Children's Chemise",
" Skirts, " Gown?, " Aprons,
' eioiki, " Shlits, " Drawers.
" Dresses, " Sncques, " Skills,
" Shawls, ;' Colhrc " Sun Bonuatp,
" Chemises, " . Flshr.e, " Waists,
Gowns " Chemises, " Drecs,
" Wrappers. " ConclCovcisy " Clonks.
S3ai2r '" Calico Wtappers. "Gtb&T
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE ARE. ABLE TO OFFER AS
We also would state that wc arc constantly receiving new and desir
able 6tyles of goods, direct from the manufacturers, and that wc shall
spare no exertion to meet, by prompt attention, low priosg, and tho host
of goods, your entire confidence.
Orders fron the other Islands promptly-attended to.
' DILLINGHAM & Co.
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Windmills for .Stock Ranches and Irrigation.
GOULDS' PUtPS! .
A new invoice of Hows, of all sizes, just received.
Fence Wire and Staples.
Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine & Oil.
Detroit Cups. Albany Compound.
House Furnishing Goods
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having ueeniceeivcd hy me, they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the Mine qualiiyof Goods can he purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction cuarnntcril. .My stock conukU of all kinds of AMEHICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDXLTT MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts. Pouches, Leggings, Saddlo Cloths, School Bags, &c,
v Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate
The reputation of my HOME-MADE IIARHftfSS for superiority rf workmanship
and material lemalns unchallenged iluilng'my six years' midence here.
Thankful tor the generous patronage of tho past, its continuance and incicasu in
the futuie is re-pcctlully solicited at the old'&tand.
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
ESTABLISHED X 879.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H I.
T. O. Box.:Uli : : ! : Telcpliono X7S.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Euys and sells Real Efctnle in nil parts of tho King
dom. Itcnts Olllces, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT PORWILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEBS-Toiir
istsand the Traveling Public will npplv to me for Tickets and information to
SOLICITING AGENT POR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OP NEW
OUK Tlio Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind in the
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
Tliis Rome excels all other joutes going E.ist, the heencry hcing the gr.inde t,
the meals the choicest and the Palace aud Dining Cais tho handsomest and nioft
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment 'ipr nil tecking work in the vari
ous branches of industry on the Islands,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
The best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Entcis Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attornoy.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money nt nil times on first-class securitiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
DlHtiibuted-ajul Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Henrched. Rents Collected. Tuxes nnd Insuinnco on Properly looked aficr.
Copying nnd Engiosbing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and accurately
AGENT FOR 'HIE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companics abroad
will oorie.pond with mu for terms, etc. Oidcrs for Island Shells, Cuilos, Lava
Specimen, Native Views and Photos carofullv filled and foiwaided to all parts
tST Information appertaining to the Islands given and all eoircspandenco faith
fully nuswered. '
JMKI1I E. WISKMAN,
873 General Buslnoss Agent, Honolulu, Hailan Islands.
Have received ex MaripoEa,
Gala, Raits, Qoail, Salmon,- Cauliflower, Celery,
AXiI-. ON IOE.
Fancy and taple G-i'oeeries.
Fine Eating Apples, Cal, Potatoes, in gunnies.
Island Orders solicited. Telophouo No. 240. P. O, Box 207, (103
Nob. 61 and 63 Fort Streets.
& Si ver Plated "Ware.
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !
of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, H. I.
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