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HP DY AUTHOniTY. nallon, in Iho aveiliues passing bo-
HE jt . ' ' tween tlio lioino niul other Govern-
Owing to the scarcity of water, the
hours for li ligation will be limited to
1 hours per dny, from fl to 8 n. in., and
from -l to 0 p. in., until further notice.
UI1AS. It. WILSON,
Appiovcd Ciias-T. Guuck,
Minister of Interior.
.Innuarv 30. 1885. 032 tf
BTSROP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bnnlc or CuliPornlu, . JP.
Ami their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Rothschild&Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydno,
The Commercial Bank Co,, of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of BritUh Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0. and Poitland, Or.
Transact n Ucncial Banking Business.
Wit jul gatlUik,
riedgoil to neither Boct nor l'nrty,
Itnt cstilillshoil for tho lioncfit of nil.
THURSDAY, FEU. , 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Royal Arch Chapter, 7 :30.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 7:30.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell at 12
M., a span of line horses.
A WATCHING CROWD.
What an amount of watching is
the shuffling of the American com
mercial caids i ccciving ! This King
dom is eagerly looking for a continu
ation of lcciprocily, which includes
the perpetuation of that American
interest in this country which is the
best guarantee of its independence.
England is apprehensive of losing a
lucrative trade in selling South
Ameiican products to the United
States. If treaties, as recommended
by the South American Commission,
be concluded between the United
States and the countries south,
United States merchants would es
tablish themselves in the ports of
those countries, and ship home their
products, paying for the latter with
goods from their own country. South
and Central American countries,
many of which have recently been
developing considerable modern ge
nius, arc, of course, regarding with
deep interest the outcome of nego
tiations willi their great northern
neighbor. They seem to be in large
part sickening of perennial revolu
tion, anarchy and violence, and
ripening for the introduction of the
humanizing influences that the com
merce of the great republic would be
likely to introduce into their national
veins. Spain's interest in the fate
of her treat' is more or less height
ened by opposition to it. in some
quartors at home. It is an important
juncture in the career of her Ameri
can colonics. Canadians arc divided
over the advisability of urging" their
Government to endeavor to procure
freer intercourse with their wealthy
neighbors. One of tho erica used
by Canadian politicians in 1878, to
influence the people to adopt pro
tection, was that it would tend to
make the United States look more
favoiably upon reciprocity of trade
between the two countries. Now,
however, the manufacturing interests
lmcking those politicians arc scouting
the idea of admitting American com
petition by reciprocity. At the
same time Canadian shipowners are
in dread of the ratification of the
Spanish-American treaty, ns, owing
to its discrimination in favor of
American bottoms, their vessels
would be elbowed out of a large and
profitable business now done by
them between American and West
Indian ports. Americans themselves
aie looking from many dilfcrcnt
standpoints upon tho shuffle, and
waiting for the deal with varying
expectations and hopes here modi
fied and there warped by partisan
predilections and class interests. Tho
election talk of the Democratic
party only wanting the power to alter
the commercial policy of tho coun
try must undoubtedly have increased
intelligent interest, throughout the
nallon, in tho ovci lines passing be
tween tho homo nnd other Govern
ments regarding mote intimate trade
relations. One thing la certain, and
that Is, If all tho treaties lecom
mended to Congtess in the Picsl
denl's message bo ratified, n formid
able btcach will be made in the
policy of "going it alone" in
commerce, followed by the United
Stales for tho past score of years.
That policy was adopted first out of
the necessity of levying heavy tariff
taxation to liquidate the war debt.
It wai retained after tho occasion
had all but wholly disappeared,
through the influence of vast mono
polies that were enabled lo crystallize
by means of the exclusion of whole
some foreign competition. Tho
amount of business created for
American agriculturists, manufac
turers and merchants, by the partial
measure of free trade with the
seventy or eighty thousand people
of this group, inaugurated only a
few years ago, inay fairly bo taken
as security for a promise of the most
tremendous stimulus to every branch
of industry resulting from u throw
ing down of the high tariff wall to
admit the trade of the millions of
.South and Central America, Mexico,
the Spanish Antilles and Canada.
Mr. James Dunn, Hawaiian Con
sul in Glasgow, is quoted at length
by the Advertiser in an argument
that sugar is likely before long to
rise, owing to its greatly increasing
Capt. Mist has retired from the
editorial chair of the Hawaiian,
which he has filled with ability for
some months past. He is succeeded
by Mr. Scaife, promoted from tho
local editorship. Our best wishes
follow the retiring editor, nnd we
congratulate the incoming one upon
Paper is now made from sugar
cane refuse in Mauritius. A paper
mill ought to have a pretty fair
home market in this Kingdom, be
sides chances in foreign markets.
Instead of sinking money in promot
ing factitious and senseless opposi
tion to established newspapers, our
capitalists might find it more pro
fitable to themselves and beneficial
to the community to invest in paper
manufacture. Thus they might give
the existing press a good and cheap
raw material, business men cheaper
wrapping and writing papers, sugar
growers a return for their surplus
trash, and the country a profitable
Only four written replies were
given to the circular regarding Por
tuguese co-operative labor, which
the Plantcis' Company caused to be
issued at the instance of Mr. Cana
varro, Portuguese Commissioner.
Several oral replies were made, but,
of all, only a solitary written one
favored the proposal, the writer
stating his willingness to engage
twenty Portuguese on favorable
terms. The results of the experi
ment in this single case may be con
clusive enough to cither place the
scheme in n more favorable light
with other planters or to entirely
condemn it. It would surely be a
good thing for the country if labor
in its main industry held a deeper
interest than a mere wage-earning
ono in the soil. While the rtither
scant experiment promised is being
made, however, we should like at
the same time lo sec sonic of the
thrifty Portuguese, and of other
nationalities as well, encouraged as
far -as possible in settling upon
small holdings and raising other
crops tlinn sugar. Thus tho two
desired ends, of an independent
peaBan.try and increased diversifica
tion of industries, would be pro
moted. In this matter tho Govern
ment has legislation to enable it at
once to promote the lasting well
being of the nation and to improve
t its own position bof ore the elector
ate. There is nothing so cheap or con
venient for a freezing-mixture as
pulverized ico and salt. In chemi
cal laboratories other materials are
used for experimental refrigeration.
They arc too expensive for general
use. The following are some of
theso combinations : Sal-ammoniac,
live parts ; nitre, fivo pails ; water,
ten parts; nitrate of ammonia, ono
part; water, one part. Sulphate of
soda, fivo parts; diluted' sulphuric
ncid, four pai'ts.
If you were asked for a frank ex
pression of your opinion of lloston
girls, what would It bo? asks a llos
ton correspondent of the Toledo
Journal In what words would you
clothe it? Would you not say that
they were all Intellectual in appear
ance and with eye-glasses? It may
bo that it vns 1 who thought this,
and not you, but I am prepared to
take every word nnd thought of it
right back and "expunge it from
the records." I have met no such
girls' cither in parlors or on the
streets. No. daintier maidens live
anywhere than here. Paces arc no
more "intellectual" looking than
elsewhere, if "inlelleclftal" means
the "conceit of knowledge."
I think I notice one or two things
very plainly. Boston women,
young and old, dress with excellent
taste ; in stylish garments, but ap
pear to be ready to modify the fash
ion for their own individual benefit,
and as a consequence are well dress
ed ; much better than if they simply
consulted the fashion, and ignored
their own brains. They are, per;
haps, moro self-reliant than their
sisters in loss favored localities, but
this is shown much more in their
willingness and desire to sec that
their companions have their full
rights, than in any effort they make
to claim their own. And I always
claim, and always shall claim, that
an intelligent woman cannot, in the
very nature of things, be other than
attractive. And this explains to me
why Boston girls aro handsome,
graceful, self-reliant, tempting creat
ures. If I were a man 1 would
marry one of these girls, or l
would write a book.
THEY WERE SUPERFLUOUS.
"Why do you always wear a
bunch of llowcrs in your button
hole?" inquired Miss Fussanfcalhcr,
while Mr. Titcpants was calling the
"Oh, it gives one an air of fresh
ness,'.' responded the poetical young
"Well," replied the young lady,
frankly, "I don't think you need
any artificial means to prove your
And then Titepants went out and
sat on the hitching post to think it
over. Baltimore Every Saturday.
SECOND SALE !
Having disposed of all the Lots ollercd
at my FIRST SALE, 1 now beg
to advise that I -will ofl'er at
Public Auctiou on
Saturday, Feb. 28tli,
At 12 o'clock noon at my Salesrooms,
Unless previously disposed of at privato
sale, those cortain 7 vatuablo
Situated on Lunalilo nnd Kapiolani atid
Yictot la Streets, jut maukn of the
residence of Geo. CaMle, Esq.,
at the following upset
pi ices, viz.:
Lot! 1M ft front, 120 ft deptii, upct
pi lee 8 0SO.00
Lota 111 ft Xiont, 120 ft depth, upset
price 8 (iriO.OO
Lot, :i 1G2 ft front, 150 ft depth, upset
Lot -1105 ft front, 120 ft depth, upset
price 8 750.00
Lot 5 110 ft front, 150 ft depth, upset
Lot 0110 ft front, 120 ft depth, upset
price 8 850.00
Lot 71-10 ft front, 150 ft depth, upset
A comparison of theso prlco3 with tho
rates asked for property in the near
vicinity will tatisfy any one that these
aro unusually leasomihle.
'J.'liee lots aro within about 15 minutes
walk of the business centre of Honolulu
and aro but a few minutes off the route
of Dodd's omnibus to I'unahou. They
arc also in a plcabant neighborhood and
from their lino position command a
lovely view of seaand land teaching from
Diamond Head to the Wnlanao moun
tains. Ueing situated so as to allow of
tho most perfect drainage tltoy have
Immunity fiom malaiial and, typhoid
Wveis. Do not loo sight of theso facts
In elioosinc your lcsidenee, its they aie
of the utmost Importance.
As a Bpcclal inducement to purchas
ers, I fdiall bell this property upon the
HtiniB favorable terms as were nlleicd tit
the (list t.ulo,.vixi:
Ono-Fourth Cash, balanco In 1, 2, alnl 3
Years, sccurod by Mortgage, with in
terest at tho low rato ol 7 per cont. por
This givo3 an opportunity for those of
email means to secure a pleasant home
stead witli but a biiuill cash payment.
Tho Government water runs along
Lumlllo street, and commands Hm
whole number ot lots.
Parlies desliing to procure lots pi i.
viilcly bhould apply at once, as I filial 1
sell them alj ,lf possiblo beforo public
ealc, ami I have already hovcmI appl I.
cations, but in no ca60 will they be sold
at less limn the upset price.
EgrCall ut my oluco and bco Iho plans.
Deeds at tho cxpciibo of piuchnscr.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Jan. 18.
N.H. Juu. 2S Four of the above lots
aie already sold.
A tablespoonful of lurpontlno
boiled with while clothes will, it is
said, greatly aid tho whitening pro
cess. Catholic acid, salicylic acid, ami
oil of cloves are all used to preserve
paste or starch for mounting photo
graphs. The quantity must be very
small not over one per cent. ; fro
qucntly much loss is tucd.
MM. Mignon and Tounrd state,
as tho result of a long scries of ex
periments, that hams infected by
trichhim are rendered innocuous by
exposure to a cold of 20 C. for
an hour. It is proposed that all im
portations from Amciica or Ger
many shall be exposed to this tem
perattue to protect the consumers
Span of Horses.
On Friday, Fcbrnnry 5tli, "85
At li! noon, at Sales Boom,
I will sell
OKJB SLAX OF
Tone Driving; Horses!
Biokcn to drive single or double.
Raised on Alo.andei 's Ranch, Maul.
037 It E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Engine Co. No. 2.
r the Regular Uctim;nl MeclmnW;
Lntrlne Co. No. a. 'hdd on AVed-
netdny, JV'bruary -1th, iHS.", the follow
ing olllccrs were re-elected for the ensu
FianU Ilustneo Foreman
CluiR. Clark lbt Asst Foreman
James Morgan !M Asst Foreman
Henry Smith See. and Ticusuier.
t IIKNRY SMITH,
037 It Sec. and Trea'r.
There will lie a SPECIAL
jMJ'iliTlJNC of Honolulu
uoynl Area Umipicr, .No. 1,
WKkV ' iiiuJMmi.1 j!iVJ'jriij
at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting Biethrcn aie
rcpect fully hulled to attend.
Al. Ucgiee. J'cr order.
J. M. OAT, Jr., Sec.
"Key" Brand Gin
Foi Silo in quantities to suit.
Ereeth 8z Peacock,
2,i NUUANU STREET,
Honolulu, :::::: II. I.
A SITUATION, by a German, to do
stabfing, naidenlng, or gcncial
out-door woik. Apply at the office of .1.
E. WISEMAN. iKS5 lw
A GOOD COOK is wanted lor a
Ranch on this Island. Good
wages p.iid to n first-class plain cook.
Apply to . I. E. WISEMAN, Employ,
mont Agent. !M5 lw
MAltK Viill SAH.E.
AVERY FIND imported MARE, of
Elmoiobtock, kind and gentle, be
tween 1 undo ycais, a good rnailslci
sold for no fault; oUo, a lop buggy,
ncarlv new. Apply at this olllcc, or to
J. P.lMENDONUA, P.iuo.i Valley.
Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holder of tho Knhala Sugar Com
pany, held Monday, the 2nd instnut, at
the otllce of the Agents, tho following
Olllccrs were elected for tho ensuing
President S. C. Allen
VIccFicsidcnt Don, J. Mott Smith
Treasurer Hon. S.N. Castlo
Sccrctiuy J . 1). Athci ton
Auditor C. M. Cooke
J. D. ATHERTON,
031 lw Secictaiy
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LEDEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
Sill If Soap Works
P. KI1LERS & COMPANY hav
ing this day assigned all their
property and claims to in,, the under,
signed, wo hereby notify ail persons
owing said Hi in to make immediate
K. P. Mable, nt the tloro of IS. F.
Ehleis&C'o., on Fort street, is author
ized to icceipt for nil payments.
II. W. SCHMIDT,
(J. W. MACFARLANE,
As-dgnecs li. F, Elders & Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 1885. 91!) tt
A TEMPORARY PLACE has been
opened in Rose Lane, back of Mr.
Houghlnlllng'fl piacc, to supply my cus
torn lis as usual, nut!) further notice.
U. M. RAUPP,
021, tf Telephone 101.
JJ to MRS. TURNER,
C'JO ly b
li-wollins- IIouho to JL,et.
wa Tim picmises now occupied
jftvWo liv .Tiiilrrr. Mn( lull v. nil llnrp.
&'4fl tanla uucot. in Kiiloaktihua.
will ho icnted after th lbt of Febiuary,
1885, nt reasonable lates. Tho houso iB
commodious, and the outhouses con.
venient. Tim grounds aio well planted
wiui trees aim biiruus. jnquiie oi
S. li. DOLE.
TO THE LADIES I
XJEJD ! SKS lUU3-AOD I-S2 JK.:ELJL !
Just Hceoived by last steamer
s . Hisses
1 I w
"B&ZIF Ladles' Aprons,
Infants' Robes, " Drawcis,
" Skirts, " Gown,
" Cloaks, " Skirts,.
" Dresses, " Sacques,
" Shawls, " Collar?.
" Clicmli.es, " FUhucs
" Gowns . " Chemise"!,
" Wrappers. " Corset Covers,
0E2T " Calico Wrappers.
ALL THE ABOVE GOODS WE ABE ABLE TO OFPEB AS
We also would state that we aie constantly receiving new and desir
able styles of goods direct from the manufacturers, and that we shall
spare no exertion lo meet, by prompt attention, low prices, and the best,
of goods, your untiro confidence.
Orders from tho other Islands promptly attended to.
iiiiioiuT, nerr, m mmi uvst&rs,
in Tin and Shell : Eologna Sausage, Cal. Boll Batter,
Swiss and Cream Cheese, Horse Radish, &c.
AJLU ON ICJE.
IF'aiicy sxiicL Staple Crroeeries.
Island Orders bolicllcd. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. llox 2!)7. (7C2
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Windmills for Stoek Ranches and Irrigation.
A new invoice of Plows, 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 nil descriptions) having been received by me, they
1 WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same rpiality of Goods can he purchased elsewhere in Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My slock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plato
The reputation or my HOME-MADE HARNESS for .supeiimity of workmanahip
and mateiial lomains unchiilleuged dining my Mxycais' residence here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
the fuluro is respectfully solicited at tho old stand.
SS0 3m Corner of Foit nnd King strectH, Honolulu, II. 1
The Only Eecognized General Business Agjent on the Hawaiian Islands.
KSrj6Alin.ISII13r 1 8-M.
Offices in Campbell's Eire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I ,
P. O. Box U15 i J 'X'olopliono 173.
REAL ESTATE AGENT Ruys and sells Real Estato in nil pails of tho'Klng-
dom. Rents Olllce.s, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FORWILDKR'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour
ists mid thoTiuvellug Public will apply to mo lor Tickets nnd information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK Tho Largest, Giandest ami Soundest Institution of its kind in tho
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route oxcels all other routes going Eabt, tho tcenery being tjie grando-t,
the meals the choicest and the Palace mill Dining Oais the humlsoincbt and most
com foi table.
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all fceking woik in tho vari
ous brandies of indubtry on tho Islunds.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THEllTY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
The best known Company in tho Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE 1JROKER Enters Goods nt Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight nnd Duly Rills under power of Attorney.
MONEY" IJROKER Loans Money tit all times on first-class tccuiltiy.
GENERAL I1US1NESS AGENT Legal Papois of cveiy description drawn. Illlla.
Distributed ami Collected. Rooks nnd Accounts kepi and udjubtcd. Reroids
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and lnBUranco on Properly looked after.
Copying mid Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Aitieles!, Corrcs-
poiiileiico and Commercial Rusincss of ovcry nature piomplly nniL accurately
AGENT FOR THE NEJV MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU Compfinic abioad
will concspond with mo for terms, etc. Order3 iorlsltind Shell, Cuiios, Lava
Specimens, Nativo Ylowh and Photos carefully filled uml foiwaided to all putts
EST Information appcilaliiing to tlio Iclands given and all coircspondenco faith.
fully answered. -JOSEPH K. WltMSHAUT,
873 General Business Agent; Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
ono of tho largest invoices of
" A tons,
" Sun Donnelq,
Nos. 61 and 63 Fort Streets.
& Siver Plated "Ware.
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !