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That C. 1C. Kakasi's coiiiiiiI'nIoii lia
beta withdrawn, and from llils datu lie
is no longer cinpoweted lo ctittf.N Hie
acknowledgment lo instrument for
thu ' District of Iluua, Istnnd ot Maul.
Registrar of Conveyance.
Chas. T. GUMl'K,
Minister of Inlcrioi.
Rcgisltar Office, Honolulu, )
"Mmcli Urd, 1&S3.
Owing to Hit scarcity of water, the
hours for iiiisailon -will lie limited to
4 hours per day, from C to 8 a. m., aud
from 4 to C p. in., until further nntlce.f
OHAS. I). WILSON,
Supt Water "Works.
Approod: Ouas. T. Gci.'ck,
Ministci of Interior.
January CO, 1885. 032 If
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IJTSHOP cS: Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island1:.
Draw Eohangc on tin
ttnnlc orC-Uil'oi-niji, S. 1.
Aud tlii'ir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London.
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The, Commercial Rani: Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchuieh, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torin, 11. C. and Poillnml, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
mn $.uiUi SSjUUHn;
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bit established for the lonefit of nil.
TUESDAY, MARCH , 1S85.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F.. 7:30.
Honolulu Rifles, 7 :30.
Stock Exchange. 1 1.
THE CLASSIC SHADES OF PUNAHOU.
Principal Merritt. of the Oahu
College, yesterday afternoon called
at the lJuuxTis oilice door with his
carriage, and took the editor out to
that institution. It is a very pleas
ant drive to a very lovely spot.
Just after passing Mr. Spreckels'
mansion, a modest-looking gate is
entered, and a winding road leads
through a wooded lawn to the Col
lege. Arrived at the centre of the
group of buildings, a glance shows
progress written upon the surround
ings. Although, being his first visit,
the writer could not place in order
all the changes that had even recent
ly taken place, yet the different
styles of building and the graduated
evidences of respective age showed
that a series of progressive strides
had occurred in the appointments
and appurtenances of the College.
By arrangement witii an adjoin
ing proprietor the ground has been
squared up into a more symmetrical
shape than it formerly had. Last
summer the shifting of several minor
buildings, and the grading of the
ground about the library and class
room building, made a great im
provement in appearances. Changes,
that must of necessity be gradual,
are contemplated upon the lawn a
greater variety of trees to lie planted
and the grass assisted to triumph
over the weeds.
The principal buildum of the
group is the one occupied as the
home of the boarding students. It
is a long, two-storied, and elegant
looking structure, surmounted by a
square tower of observation, nijd
having ample verandahs those joys
of this climate. The tower looks
rather angular and to slender harmo
nize with the building, aud iu the
more prosperous days apparently
coining upon the institution, it is to
he hoped the trustees will replace it
with a broader-based and terraced
structure, or a large dome. As it
Is, however, the view from the tower
is one of surpassing loveliness and
magnilicence. In front the peren
nially embowered suburbs, the roar
ing reefs and the shimmering sea ;
in the rear the everlasting hills, with
the intervening valleys Makiki and
Manoa draped in a misty veil ; on
the right the Punahou slopes, adorn
ed by the Lunalilo Home, aud
Punchbowl, with the city and its
rmllsndo of gallant i'mrs in front ;
on the left, the verdant WrdklUt
plains and many inamions, Kapio-
Inui l'aik, with Diamond Head be- ,
yond, standing clear-cut and grand
against ocean and ky.
This building was opened a year
ago last October. AVIlhin it every
condition of wholesome life and
onmfoit is found. The large double
reception room, dining room, read
room, kitchen and dormitories are
each nil that could be desired in
their way well-kept, roomy, airy,
and simply though amply furnished.
A sweet-toned Miller parlor grand
piano is one of the recent acquisi
tions to the tcccption room. More
like a private summer resort iu the
temperate zone than anything else,
it is not too much to look forward to
the day when youth will come
from abroad to this institution, as
combining the elements of a natural
sanitarium pure air, even temper
ature, and the most pleasant sur
roundings with the facilities of a
good education. There arc at pres
ent 43 students attending the Col
lege. The library and class rooms arc
contained in one of the older build
ings, standing in a direction at right
angles to the new building line.
There are between two and three
thousand volumes in the library, but
at least a thousand new ones are
required to bring it up to a standard
.of piactical elllcicney. Many of
the books arc of an antiquated sort,
and the department of fine arts is
almost unrepresented on the shelves.
A lecture for the benefit' of the
library is to be given this evening,
as elsewhere announced, and a hint
to the well-disposed is doubtless all
that is necessary, apart from the
high reputation of the lecturer, to
ensure a handsome benefit on the
occasion. In the same room arc the
museum collections, comprising some
valuable Hawaiian and Marquesan
relics, and geological and concholo
gical specimens. Here there is room,
however, for a world of beneficence,
as very much is required to make up
anything like the desired historical
collection of Hawaiian relics. Such
as there are of curiosities will be
properly classified in the cabinet of
the new building now to be noticed.
To the right of the principal build
ing above described the walls are up
for the Bishop building. It is fresh
in the memoiy of all that the Hon.
C. R. Bishop early last year gave
the trustees 815,000 for the erection
of a building and the founding of a
scientific department of the College.
A contract was given to Mr. Thomas
for the building at 8,900, and
under his hands it has gone forward
expeditiously. It is high enough to
be a two-story building, but it is
only one story, as the ceiling is te
lie 18 feet high. With such an
amount of breathing space the stu
dents may work hard and long with
out a sense of confinement. "When
completed.' it is estimated the
building with furnishings will
have cost upwards of 10,000.
The ma'in building is 50 ft. by 2G ft.
3 iu., and an L attached is 39 ft. by
L'G ft. 3 in. The wing is to be fitted
up as zi fecientifie laboratory. The
main building will contain two rooms,
one 30 ft. by 21 ft., the other 10 ft.
by 24 ft. The larger one will be
furnished with seats in amphitheatre
form, every sitting commanding an
unobstructed view of the platform,
and this will be the scientific lecture
room. The smaller room will be the
cabinet for the reception of the
museum effects. Prof. L. L. Van
Slyke, of Michigan University, has
accepted the chair of chemistry and
natural sciences, and will be here in
September. The inauguration of
this now department will be an im
portant epoch in the history of this
excellent and progressive sent of
"F. S. D"
in a recent issue of
tfto Alia California, gives a graphic
description of the Kilnueti volcano.
He tells of his first sight "revealing
nothing but beauty, but as he gnzed
a grand perturbation took place in
the lake of lire, and he " turned
slowly away, awed and impressed
by this terrible evidence of the mag
nitude of the works of nature and
the Omnipotent Maker of all things."
Some of the first ladies in the State
are members of the Ladies' Silk
Culture Society of California. Among
recent accessions to Its membership,
vc notice the name of Mrs. Leland
Stanford, whoso husband is the rnil-
way magnate lately elected United
States Senator. At the regular
monthly meetings of the society,
very inlciosliug lectures upon silk
culture nml manufacture are given
by specialists. When shall we have
the pleasure of announcing the
organization of the Ladles' Silk
Culture Society of Hawaii?
The .jfrrt California, discussing
lcsolulions iu favor of "free and
unlimited coinage" of silver, which
wcie passed by a convention of silver
men at Denver, says:
."The objection lo the coinnge of
standaid silver dollars on the plan
pioposcd is that it would make the
United States the dumping ground
for all the foreign silver Eighty
live cents in gold will buy enough
European silver to make a standard
dollar, and after being brought here
and coined, it is 03 law exchange
able for a gold dollar, worth fifteen
eents more in the foreign market.
Under the Bland law, it is the Gov
ernment that makes the profit, while
with "free" coinage it would be the
owner of the bullion. The advocates
of tltc pioposal thought it wonld be
a splendid thing for the silver miucrs
to be able to coin their silver, in
stead of selling it to the Government,
but on trial the advantages would
rather be with the .speculators, for
the silver could be brought in from
abroad faster titan it could be dug
out of the ground."
REV. ROBERT MCKENZIE
The most popular Lecturer of the Paci
fic Coast, will deliver
Hiss XiiinouH XiCftin-e,
Traits ia Scottisli Cliar'Gter
In Foil St. Church, for the benefit of
OAHU COLLEGE LIBRARY,
Tuesday Evening", 3Iai'cli JJrsl
At 7.S0 o'clock.
A.rMissio;s .-jo cj.
A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
WORK. Applv through
9 JO lw
1', O. BOX V,
ASTEREOPTICON with 120 view,
Lime Light, Ga3 Bags, &c. in
complete woikiiii; older, just the thing
for a College or School, can be bought
for onc-thhd of its value. Apply to
AVERY & PALMER,
General Business Agents, (JO Fort si
rpHE UNDERSIGNED lcquests that
JL all account? due him bo settled by
the 10th inst., all paities having ac
counts against him will oblige by lcav
ing same at office of the Pacific Hard
ware Company (Dillingham & Co.)
Honolulu, March 2d, 1885. OS!) Id
BY A YOUNG MAN that under
stands (he Native and Chinese
languages, and can write and read the
English and Portug'ieae also. Apply or
address . I. M. THIS OFFICE.
XIIOT XIXTXSXl "PltXSUSJSB
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IT IS the second pensou this Press is in
use In connection with (ho Lnhaina
Mill, and Is proving a gie.il success. I
estimate the Faving at about 5 percent,
of the crop. Thu many advantages
these Presses have over the wooden
ones in use on these Islands are as fob
lows: They are much stronger, being
able to ttaud a piessureof 100 pounds
ot steam, the skimmings me, therefoie,
forced through much quicker ami con.
sequcntly mote work is being done with
thum. As each frame has a separate
outlet, it Is not ncccssaty to stop tvoik.
ing the" Press altogether pliould one
Press cloth bo leaking; it is sufficient to
stop tHe outflow of the leaking frame.
Tho Pres3-clolli3 can ho changed much
quicker, as no sewing Is icquiicd. The
Press will last foioYor, it never can get
out of order.
Lahaina, Februarv, 38S."5.
O.-iU lw C. NOELLER.
Building' Lots i'or Sale.
SEVERAL building lots for sale or
rent at Knpalnma, near thoNiuhc
luwai bridge, on tho Ewa bide of tho
lauo lending' lo Austin's estate. Easy
tcuns. Applv lo "W. 0. AC1II,
Law olllcu of W. It. Castle. 837 tf
Dwelling: Xlouwts to J-.fr.
The pioimscs now occupied
by Judge McCullVi on Here
taula stieet, in ICuloakahua,
will bu lenteit alter Uie 1st ot l-euiuary,
1885, at reasonable lales. Tho house is
commodious, aud thu outhouses chn.
venicnt. Tho gi omuls aru well planted
with trees and bluubs. Enquiio of
003 tf S. 1L DOLE.
" TO .LET.
At Pulama, near Itoformatory
School, a new aud commodious
icottace. Suitable for a family.
Has never been occupied. Busy lormi
to a good tenant.
Good stabling, seivants' looms, and n
On the premises, or J. E. Wiskman, 27
Merchant fit. Honolulu. 888
Great Credit Sale
G. BREWER & CO.'S STORE,
WEDNESDAY, MA li OH !,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.
Clilnctr Good per Batk Ceylon.
Blow, Ox Cnrti, Hand OaiH,
I'aniagc?, Balm Oil,
Guano, Manilla Bope,
Scales, Belting, Chain,
Mnttrcscs, &c., Ac.
Soo Catalogue and Posters.
958 21 E. 1. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALL BILLS due the firm of CHAS.
.1. FISHEL must be paid prior lo
March 1M, othcrwbe they will bu plac
ed In the hands of a ollcctor with au
thority to. enforce payment". Office at
llvnia'n Bros., Queen stieet.
"(STlIyman Bio?.' receipt will be suf
ficient. IMS lOt C J. FlSHKL.
MAKE l-'OIt SAM-.
AVERY FINK imported MARE, of
Elmore stock, kind and gentle, be.
twecn 4 and 5 yeais, a good roadster
sold for no fault; also, a top buggy,
ncailv new. Apply at this office, or to
.1. PMENDONOA, Pauoa Vallev..
, v A Vonr.Boonu-d CO'lTAGE,
jfltrWa with cook house, and ou-ry
KES-SS eoinonicnce, to let; and Fui
nituru lor sale. Apply on the premises
at No. 187 Nuuanu Sln-el- JltMf
Honolulu Carriage rvlanufact'y
22S and 2;!0Foit Street,
Honolulu, - - - - Hawaiian K
tY. II. PAGE, Piopiietor.
MAN COMPETENT TO DRIVE
hoi-so and attend to garden. 1. a
German by birth, aged about 2."i. strong
and healthy. Applv to
.). E. WISEMAN,
!).")S lw Gen. Business Agent.
PAIR OF WROUGHT
X. GATES, 12 feet 3 inches wide.
Apply lo J?. A. SC1IAEFER
100 DUCKS 100
OF- XJl13JtIOXS XIXSX3X3J
FOR SALE BY
109 QUEEN STREET,
milK ANNUAL MEETING of the
JL Stockholders of the Honolulu Ice
Works Co. will be held WEDNESDAY,
March 4th, 1885, at 10 o'clock A. M., at
the office of Wilder & Co.
058 2t A. McWAYNE, Secietary.
Estate of Kennedy & Co.
THE assignees are prepaied to ic
ceive sealed bids for tho Stock.
Book Accounts and general assets of tho
above estate ai a whole. Bids will close
MONDAY', 9th March, at 12 noon.. Any
information to aid bidder will bo will
inglv given by the undersigned.
' M. GREEN. ) vCc;,,n,.-
W. F. REY'NOLDS, rV"5,SUCCB'
Office ofM. Phillips it Co. 95S lw
riHIIE REGULAR MEETING NIGHT
X of PROTECTION HOOK & LA D
DER CO. NO. 1, will in future le held
on the first WEDNESDAY' EVENING
of each month Instead of Monday o?en
iug us before. 958 IU PER O'RDER.
BY n married man, a situation, where
ho can make himself generally
useful. Speaks Hawaiian, Portuguese
and a liltle Chinese. Apply nt No. 17,
Alakea street. 958 111
AT Ihe Regular Annual Meeting of
the Stockholder of tho ICnwailoa
Ranch Company, held nt the ofllco of
Messrs. lllshop & Co., on Friday, 1-cb.
27lh, 1885, tho following officers were
elected for Iho ensuing year:
President .Tohn II. Paty
Auditor lames G. Spencer
Sec'y and Trcasuier J. IL Fisher
Manager M. Dickson
John 11. Paty, James G. Spencer, .1. II.
Fisher, M. Dickson and J. O. Carter.
J. II. FISHER, Seciclaiy.
Honolulu, Feb. 28, 18S3. 957 lw
BY a man and w Ifu (Portuguese), with
out children, a situation. Man iu
a good driver, and willing lo do any
work. Woman can sow, wash, kcop
home, and look after children. Both
talk English. Apply to M. A. Gonsalves.
& Co., 07 Hotel bt. ,951 lw
PP. GRAY. M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofilcc;ilrst door west of Library Build
ing. Hours, from 1) In 11a in., and 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p.m. Sundays, 0 to 11 a.m.
Residence, cor, Kinnu and Pensacola
streets. 018 ly
IS.3E3.jODv b!K,:EL4l:D!SS KaU-AJEK!
.lust Received by lat steamer
s , misses
Infants' Robes " Draw em,
" SkirlF, " a owns
" Cloak?, " Skhls,
" Drcssci, " (Jacques,
" Shawls, " Collais.
" " Chemise, " Fislnius,
" Gown1! " Chemises,
" Wrappers., " Coi set Covers,
Vjaaigy " Oaliro Wiappeis.
ALL Till- ABOVE GOODS WE AM2 ABLE TO OFFER AS
We also would state that we are constantly receiving new and desir
able slylcs of goods direct from the manufacturers, and thnt we shall
spaie no exertion lo.iucct, by prompt attention, low prices, and the best
of goods, your entire confidence.
Oiders from the oilier Islands promptly attended to.
Temple of Fashion,
Nos. 61 and 63 Fort Streets.
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L K0TT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
The combined stock of the two fiin)3 gives us a very full and complete line of
goods, at lowest maiket rates. All orders sent to tho undersigned, or to Mr.
Samuel Not! for specialties in llic class of goods formeily sold by him, will at
piesent leccive his personal attention and supervision.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
OT" and Ot) Hotel Street.
JUST RECEIVED, EX MARIPOSA, On Ice, Quail, Cala Fresh Salmon, Cnia
Flounders, Caul i Hours, Celery, Eastern Oyslets, in tin and shell;
and Bed Cabbage.
ALSO Boxes Table Raisins, Boxes Cala Dried Figs, CVC3 Durct Salad Oil, pints
and y, pints; Cases Lucca Salad Oil, Kegs Salt Water Cucumbers, Kegs of
Mixed Pickles, Kits Salmon Bellies, Best Russian Caviar, Casks Dupco
Hams, Dried Peaches, Dried Emits of all kinds, 2 lb tins Cala Butler, all
kinds Canned Meats. Fresh Cala Table Apples, Cases Eagle Cond. Milk,
P & M Y'easl Powder, Sacks Daiiy Salt, Bo.c? Alden Dried Apples, Legs
Sou-cd Pigs' Feet, Kits Mackerel, Cases Soused Mnckciel, Casks Star Hums,
Dupco Bacon, Fre-di Germea, Island Potatoes, all kinds Canned Vegetables,
all kinds Canned Fruits, Fiesh Ground ICona Coffee every day. Our Prices
are low. Goods delivered lo all parts of the city,
Island Oidcis solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (702
Large invoices of Goods (of all descriptions) having beenjeceived by mc,they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PEICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased clscwheic in Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My Mock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY" MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Legging?, Saddle Cloths, School Bagu, &c,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver Plate
The reputation of my nOME-MADE HARNESS for supcrioi ity of workmanship
and material remains unchallenged during my six ycais' lesldcnco here.
Thankful for the generous patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
tho futmo is respectlully solicited at the old stand.
SSfl Mm . Comer of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I
JOSEPH. E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
KSXATSlUISIIDEli 1 870.
pilices in Campbell's Tire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
1. O.IIoxai." : j : s TolepDono 173.
X X31VXirJ,3tX3NrX,S :
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real Estate in all paits of tho King
dom. Rent Offices, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGET FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour,
ists and the Traveling Publio will apply to mo for Tickets and information to
tho Volcano. ,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of its kind iu tho
AGENT FOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other mutes going East, llic wenuiy being the grandest,
tho meals tho choicest and tho Pnlnco ami Dining Cats the handsomest and mot
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all teeking work in Iho vnrl
ous branches of industiy on thu Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company iu tho Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Fi eight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on Ural-class seeuiitiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papois of cvciy deseilption drawn. Bills
Distributed aud Collected. Bcoks and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and lusuianco on Properly looked after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Article?, Cones
pouilenco and Comineicial Business of every nature piomptlyand aceniately
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUjSIOHALL AT IIONOLULU-Compaiiic--abroad
will correspond with me for terniH, elc. Oiders lor Island Shells, Cuilos, Lava
Specimens, Nallvo Vlows and Photo's carefully filled aud foi warded lo all parts
ot tho World.
1ST Information appeitalning to tho Islands given and all coircspondenco foith.
JOSI)I E. -WISEMAN,
873 Goneral Business Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
one of the laigcat invoices of
" A pi ons,
n ro a vx xoy g)r imii q -, te7 a
The Corner Harness Store
.Still to the Front!
Mr .stM . itm$MIA