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ff BY AUTHORITY.
All pononi nit' licnliy roi bidden to
bathe In llic pool at Knpena Full 1"
Nuuniiit Valley, or in any uuy ti defile
the water supplying the, same or to tro
Jim's on llic adjacent xrmimls.
Anypoihoti liic(:ai(llug this nollec
will lie pioscouled to tlio full cMonl of
CIIAS. U. WILSON,
Supulntcnddit of Water Works.
OltAi. T. Gui.uk,
Minister of lulcrior.
Otllce Honolulu Wntcr Works, )
!)70 lm March 'Jotli, 1885. )
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Honolulu, H.uvaiian Islands.
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HEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
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The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
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The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurcli, and Wellington.
The Hank of Hritlsh Columbia, Vie.
toriu, 1). C. and Poitland, Or.
Transact n General Hanking Husiness.
ft gnUjO JtlU:H,
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Bat ostiblisbed for tho bonofit of all.
MONDAY, MARCH JJO, 1SSS.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Central Paik Skating Kink and
Holler Coaster, afternoon and even
ing. Band, Einnni Square, 7:o0.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:110.
As we have formerly btated, the
question in this Kingdom is not be
tween a bingle and a double currency
standard. It is a question of carry
ing out the law establishing the gold
standard. Arguments at this junc
ture against the single standard are
only side issues. At present a debt
of over ten dollars cannot be legally
paid iii tliis country except in gold.
The United States has insisted that
duties upon imports from other coun
tries shall be paid in gold at our
Custom House. The Kingdom pro
duces no silver, and it may just as
well have the more convenient and
the more valuable metal for its stan
dard as noli Those who have ex
change to sell can hold trade at their
mercy with ti depreciated coinage,
but with gold as the main circulating
medium they must accept a reasona
ble rate for drafts. Taking all these
things into consideration, those who
oppose the gold law, either covertly
or openly, are working against the
material interests of the Kingdom in
a variety of ways. It is on!' legiti
mate .to discuss the question in the
abstract in anticipation of a move
ment to repeal the Currency Act at
the next Legislature. If that is tho
meaning of those who are opposing
the execution of the measure, the
believers in a. gold standard should
know it and frame their policy ac
cordingly. AVc arc convinced that
if the silver men of the United Slates
continue to have their way, disastrous
results will before long ensue to that
nation. This Kingdom can only pro
cure immunity from those results by
in the meantime having its affairs es
tablished upon u gold basis.
HONOLULU YACHT & BOAT CLUB.
The above club was orgnpized a
year ago for the purpose of improv
ing the condition of rowing, and
causing mora intercut to bo taken in
such a healthful exercise in this city.
Last Saturday it celebrated its first
anniversary by holding ft regatta in
the harbor. The club has n largo
membership, a flno boat-house well
llllcd with boats, and in Mr. Walter
M. Giffard a very indefatigable
(secretary. IJis Ex. Governor Do
minis was elected Commodore when
the club was organized. At the pre
sent time His Honor Justice Bicker
ton is Commodore. The programme
put forth for this nnnivcrsary re
gatta embraced ueven events, Quite
a number of entries wore received
and as the timo drew near much in
tercut was taken as to tho final result
flf the various races. Klcgant prizes
were offered, consisting of cups nnd
Hilvcr .medals. Tho chnllctigo cup
for the six'oared senior race is nu
especially beautiful piece of work.
The mot ning opened out beautifully
fine and tho wntcr was everything
Unit could Imvo been desired for
rowing. For the icccption of its
invited guests the Honolulu Club had
obtained the use of the lntcr-lsland
Steam Navigation Co.'3 wharf, which
was llllcd up in mi appropriate- man
ner, and well filled with friends of
the club. Tho Royal Hawaiian Band
was stationed on the wharf and
played throughout the afternoon.
The judges' boat was in its usual
place, and decorated with flags.
Capl. Morse entertained quite a
party on board the Alameda. The
various wharves were well lined with
spectators, and the vessels in that
vicinity were also crowded. The
barkentinc Klikitat was prettily de
corated with Hags. Tho scene on
the water was a gay one. Hero and
there could be seen members of the
club dressed in their neat and pretty
uniforms of blue and white, in ca
noes, barges and sailing boats, all
dressed with Hags. The Myrtle Boat
Club's house was crowded with in
vited guests, who obtained a good
view of the races. The tug Alert
was engaged to follow the principal
events for tho benefit of the judges.
She is a splendid boat and Capt.
Bice did everything possible for the
comfort of those aboard, and to give
them a good sight of the races from
beginning to end. The Judges were
Capts. Cousins, Mist and Fuller;
Starter, Capt. Fuller; Timekeeper,
Mr. F. L. Clarke. The following
is the result of the racing:
1 Saimno Back rou Kacink Ca
noes. Prize, Club Medal.
Flour de Lis, II. Y. B. C 1
Mignon, II. Y. B. C 2
Tippecanoe, II'. Y. B. C 0
The former was sailed by Luther
Wilcox and Harry Von Holt, and
had no difliculty in winning. It was
the largest canoe of the three and
carried considerably canvas. Mr.
Fred Whitney, who sailed the Mig
non, managed his frail craft very
well. The Tippecanoe sailed by
Mr. S. B. Dole fell out of the race
soon after starting. Time, 20 min
utes 4 seconds.
2 Six-oaui:i) Back (juniorcrows)
Prize, Club Cup.
Stranger, Myrtle B. C A. Carter,
stroke ;F. D. Whitney, W.Mousar
rat, W. McBride. A. M. Brown,
J. L. Torbct, W. F. Lotc. cox
Liliuokalaui. H. Y. B. C E. Low,
stroke ; L. A. Thurston, C. W.
Maefarlane, Guy Wodehouse. W.
Dimond, O. Stillman, F. Whitney,
The Honolulu won the toss and
took the inside position. As the
crows took their positions, it looked
any odds on the Honolulus winning
the race, owing to the youthful ap
pearance of their opponents. At
the word "Go" both crews took
the water together. Before Wilder' s
wharf was reached the Myrtles had
obtained a lead of about an eighth
of a length, the Honolulus pulling
rather wild if anything. At the
lighthouse the Myrtles had increased
their lead. The race to the spar
buoy -was a pretty one. The Myr
tles made a good turn, while the
Honolulus went a little wide. After
turning the latter put on a spurt,
but it was no avail, as tho Myrtles
went right ahead and at the finish
won very easily. Time, 10 minutes
2 Paddmkc Back roit Cakoes.
Prize, Club Medal.
Coquette, E. Low, 11. Y. B. C. . . . 1
Mignon, W. II. Baird, II. Y. B. C.2
Tippecanoe, S. B. Dole, II. Y. B. CO
This was a very amusing race.
Dole took the lead at starting, going
off at a great pace, Low second, and
Baird third. Opposite the Inter
Island C'o.'s wharf Low got level
with Dole, and a ding dong rate
ensued to the lighthouse, where
Dole gave up short of wind. Baird
kept splendidly in the rear in the hope
that his opponents would upset, nnd
the race would bo his. However,
Low won easily and tho victory is
more creditable to him, as ho had
only jiibt previously pulled in the
six-oared race. Time, 15 minutes.
4 Six-oxiiKi) Gin Rack. (Senior
Crews). Prize, Club Chnllonge Cup.
Stranger, Myitlc B. C 0. Branch,
stroke; C. Lucas, F. Wunden
bcrg, C. Purdy, A. Lylc, W.
Robinson, J. L. Torbct, coxswain.
No Name, II. Y. 13 . C.J. I. Dow
sett, Jr., stroke; Hay Wodehouse,
II, W. Morse, J. Morkham, J. D.
Holt, II. M. Whitney, Jr., J. II.
Poonmikalani, lolani 13. C. Kalino,
stroke; Kake, Kaulahao, Ku, Iva-
luahine, Nilo, Lieut. Kaulukou,
This was the race of the day, and
excitement ran high us the three
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crowH took their position, llio lolani
crew inside, Myrtles next nnd tho
1 lonolulus otilsfdo. Tlicro was some
delay nt starting owing to one of the
buoys having been removed. The
Judges settled the matter, however.
A good start was effected, the lolani
boat catching water first, and obtain
ing a slight lead. A pretty race
ensued to the lighthouse, which wns
passed lir.sL by the Myrtles, the
Honolulu and lolani closo up. Be
fore the next buoy was reached the
Honolulus had reduced tho Myrtles'
lead and were pulling a beautiful
stroke. Tho lolani crew was two
lengths behind. There was very
little difference to choose between the
two former crews wheil they turned
the spar buoy. Both crews made n
good turn at the bell buoy, and it
was here that the Honolulus slightly
fouled tho Myrtles. On .leaving the
hell buoy the Myrtle gained a little,
but the Honolulus spurting soon
reduced the gap. -No change oc
curred until after the spar buoy was
passed, when the Honolulus gradu
ally crept up and in passing the
second buoy were a bare length bc
hiud. Just after this buoy was
passed the incident occurred which
gave riso to a claim for foul men
tioned below, m ado by the Honolulu
coxswain. Passing the lighthouse
the Myrtles got away again, but the
Honolulus wore equal to the occa
sion, and spurting gradually reduced
the gap, being beaten at the finish
by a bare length. The lolani crew
did not finish, but retired to their
boat house after reaching tho light
house. Time 23 mill. 37 sec. Mr.
Scclcy, the coxswain of the Hono
lulus, objected to the Myrtles having
the race, as they were in his water
at the knuckle buoy, and his crew
spurting touched the Stranger boat
in order to claim a foul. Mr.
Torbct, tho Myrtles' coxswain, also
claimed a foul wheu the Honolulu
boat touched his boat at the bell
buoy. The judges reserved their
decision until to-morrow.
5 Yacht Rack. Prize, Club
Medal. Three boats were entered
for this race, but as only the Pauline
put in an appearance at the proper
time, tho judges declared the race
void, the rule being that two boats
must start or no race.
G Siiku. Rack. (Single Sculls).
Piizc, Club Medal.
Pet, J. II. Scoley, H. Y. 13. C 1
No Name, Geo. Markhnm, II. Y. 13.
Sceley took the lead after starting
and won in the cud as he pleased.
No time taken.
7 Foun-oAitED Gig Rack. Prize
No Name, II. Y. B. C. Hay Wode
house, stroke ; II. W. Morse, J.
Markham, J. D. Holt, F. Whit
ney, coxswain 1
Poomaikalani, lolani B. C. Kake,
stroke; Kaulahao, Ku. Nilo. Kau
lukou. coxswain 2
Liliuokalaui. II. Y. B. C. J. I.
Dowsett. stroke; John Dowsett,
Geo. Markham. J. II. Seeley, W.
Dimond, coxswain 0
The Myrtle Club had two boats
entered for this race, but did not
put in an appearance. At the
word "Go" the lolani crew shot out
right ahead, leaving the other crews
behind, and it looked any odds on
its winning. Soon after passing the
lighthouse the Liliuokalani crew
gave up. The lolani Club turned
the spar buoy about a length ahead,
but, soon after, the No Name crew
passed them and took a command
ing lead, winning in the end by
about twelve boats lengths. Time,
17 min., -17 sec.
It was a few minutes after five
o'clock when the last race was con
cluded, aud soon afterwards the
harbor and wharves were almost de
serted. The Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club is to bo highly compli
mented and congratulated on the
success of its initial regatta, and
we hope to see many more such like
The decision of the judges in (he
six-oared senior race will be made
Commodore Bickcrlon was the
belle of the regatta in his neat cos
tume of cardinal and white.
George Markham will make his
mark one of these days in his racing
shell. Ho handles it very well.
Just as the Honolulu junior crew
were finishing in their raee, they
run into Mr. S. 73. Dole's canoe,
upsetting it and pitching its occu
pant into the water. However, ho
soon righted it, and with assistance
got the water out and secured his
place, not looking one bit Dole-ful
about it, nor any the worse for his
His Excellency the Minister of
the Interior was aboard the tug
Alert witnessing the races.
There wns a huge slice of fun on
boaul the tug Alert when the Com
modore tried to pass Capt. Rice on
the upper deck. They just managed
When Mr. Dole was struggling in
tho water after being upset, some
one on the shore mistook him for a
Just about the time wheu the
Lena yacht should have gone up to
the scratch for the race, one of the
Myrtle boys was on board of hor, I
apparently prcpalring' her for tho
contest. Ho stepped ashore and
forgot to nrnko her fast, and in an- !
other moment the Lena was drifting
out to sea. The young man who i
had let her go jumped into the wa
ter and swam after her, but she was
going too fast to bo overtaken in i
that way. The yacht fouled on the
marine railway buoy and careened
over, and as several boats in the
vicinity surrounded her she turned
bottom uj). She was righted with I
no small dilllcullv and towed ashore, i
A pump and other small articles
were lost out of her. It appears the
intention to sail her in the race had
been abandoned beforo the accident
LANDLORD'S SALE of GOODS
Taken by distress for non-payment
of Bent, on
SATURDAY, APRTIj 11 lh,
at 10 A. 31., at Sulesioom.
The following articles takon by T. Will.
Icr for non-payment of Bent by
Albert Jv. Kuuuiakc.i:
8 POI BARBELS,
20 BUNDLES SHINGLES,
i POI BOABD8,
1 WEIGHING SCALES.
E. 1 ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Honolulu, March 20th, 1880. !IS0 td
A NATIVE gentleman, one that can
speak and umleihtand English hnd
acquainted with the drv e;oods business.
Address DItY GOODS) Bulletin Omeu.
Y AN American shl, a situation to
1 take raie of children or do houre
work hi a respectable family. Apply at
US'iilt THIS OFFICE.
A LADY expecting to go to S.iu i'raii.
eisco about May 1st, would liku to
meet with some one who for haying her
faro paid to San Francisco, would take
full charge of a child 'J yean, of ugc.
Addicts immediatelv, !' 0. IJox 1!D7,
R. KLLTOTT, Blacksmith, is ic
(incstcd to call at the office of
0. BREWER & CO.
Honolulu, March yo. 13ij. 032
ALL PARTIES HAVING account
ugiiasi tho linn of HUSTACE &
RUBER l'SOX or a.jainM F. Hustacu or
G. II. Robertson peiunally, arc request
ed to present the .ame promptly at the
end of each month.
G. II. ROBERTSON.
rpO LET, at S7 King Street, over
X Kraft'. Jewelry Store, single and
double, nicely furnished. Apply to
Mrs. C. P. Pettcrson, on the premise.
1) IS V V E TV .
ALLordes fo, C.ulus.e promptly at
tended to. I'urticuhti attention
paid to tlie
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Island?.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices
Ofllce on Queen Street, ,
opposite A. W. Pierce & Co.'.s.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE, No. 19.
Corner Beretania & Punchbowl Sts.
FIRST-CLASS place of amuse
ment iu a fira-class locality.
NothiuK of an objectionable nature al
lowed on the piemitca. Open every
afternoon iu the week and cvory night,
Tuesday and Friday afternoons mid
nights, Ladies and their eecorts and
childicu that accompany them arc ad.
inlltcd. The hoodlum element ttrirtly
excluded. As these nfteruoons and nights
nie specially designed for Ladie3, the
proprietor will u-c every exertion to
have them instructed anil accompanied
on the lloor where Ihey desire it.
The Hink Skates for both LudicH and
Gentlemen are wjlhout iu)i))er springs.
Beginner. can learn on this skate in
half the time it requires on an absolute
Tho oil well on this Skate being under
the skate, docs not soil the dress, uud
one o(ling is sullicient for u ufternoon
or evening's skating. Beginners only
have to guard forward andHiackwards
on their skates, while the rubber bends
sideways, ttralning the ankles, necessi
tuling guarding baekwaids, forwards,
Prices reasonable for a llrbt-class Rink.
Admission, 25 cents for adults and ehil
dre'n over five yearn of age; uee of
Skates, private or rluk, 2j cents. Skat
ers can save money by purchufclug com
mutation ticket good for ten' ndmis.
hions, with rjnk or private Skates, $H.50,
or 35 cents for admission and skates.
Skaturs can leave their i Utiles in' Skate
Room (at their own ilsk) where tlicv
will be kept to their oider, cleaned,
repaired, etc., fico of chaigc. This
Rink will bo under the Mipervision of
the proprietor ut all times. Any inat.
tention of employees should be reported
to the Proprietor. 082
HUSTACE & ROBERTSON
. 63 FORT STREET.
In order to make room for our unsurpassed sloek -which
is being- bought regardless of expense or trouble ut the
present time in Eastern Markets by S. COHj" & CO.
Prices Reduced in
Has Removed, to
VslfflBJHf i BOOTS" AMD SHOES M 1 1
jffli& The Corner Harness Store
Large invoices of Gooda (of all descriptions) having been leteivcd by me , they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased elsewhere in llouolulu.and
satisfaction cunrantecd. My htock 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 of my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmaiiBhip
,r, jll(yatci"inl remains unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
Thankful for the genciotis patronage of tho past, its continuance and increase in
the futino is respectfully solicited at the old stnnd.
8SC 3'" Corner of Port and King streets, Honolulu, II. I
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Tho Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Buildine, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
1. O. XJox :tir, i : t Telephone 173,
REAL ESTATE AGENT Huys and tells Real Estate iu all parts of the Kiiur-
doin. Hents (Jlllces, Ilmisis, Cottages nnd Rooms.
HOMOITINO AGENT 'FOR WILDKR'S INTER-ISLAND STEAM EHS-Tour
ibis anil tho'liaveling J'ubllc will apply to me for Tickets and information to
S0J!T,? A9'N'' FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
W id J'a,'ferC!,,t Grandest aud Soundest Institution of its Mud iu the
ACW?,0R 'riIli,G1iA'1' "yilLlNUTON RAIIWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
litis Route excels all other mutes going East, the M-enury being the KraudoM.
the meals the choicest and the Palace and Dining Cain the hauilsomest and most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all etking work in the vari
ous branches of industry on tho Ihlands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIHE INSURANCE CO.
llio beat known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE UROKER Enteis Goods at Custom House, pays and dUcharcea
Freight and Duly Rills under power of Attorney. !,
MONEY UROKER Loans Money ut all times on first-class teciiriliy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal TapeiH of eveiy description drawn. Hills
Distributed and Collected, Ur.olts and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Ineuiauco on Property looked alter
Copying mid Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Cories
pondeneo uud Commercial IJiislness of every nature piomptly and accurately
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