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h BY AUTHORITY.
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All poisons aie hereby forbidden to
bathe in the pool at Kupeni Tall1 in
Nuuanu Valley, or in any way to dilllo
the water supplying the, s nnc ot to ties
piss on the adjacent gioumK
Any peiSon dircg tiding litis nolico
Will Go kiosk tiled to the lull cMcnloI
OUArf. 15. WILSON,
i Supulntnidt'tti ir Water Wotkn.
Cit.v. T. Gui ILK,
Minister of 1 metier.
Oflloe llonoltilu Water Vork,
970 1m Match 2 jIIi, 1885. )"
P.TSIIOP & Co., BAWKETtS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island;?.
Draw Exchange qa the
Utieiilc orC'aliJ.Viiiia, fts. X
And thcii agenta in
NEW YOltK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Moisis. X. M. Rothschild ifcSon, London.
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commcicial 11 ink Co., ot Sidney,
The Bank of New Zcalind: Auckland,
Cliiislclturcli, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Oi.
Transact a (jcueial I'uuking Business.
Pleilgod to neither Beet flor Fatty,
Bat established for the bonefit of all.
SATURDAY, AP1UL 1, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S OQINCS.
Central Park Skating Kink and
Roller Coaster, afternoon and even
Casino at the Paik, open all day.
Bethel Sunday School, at 9:-15.
Foil St. Church fL S. at i: 15.
St. Andrew's Catlidchal S. S. 10.
Bethel, Seiviucs, morning and
St. Andrews' Cathedial, service,
morning and ecning.
Foit St. Church, service, morning
Discissions of.au inoieased water
supply 'for' Honolulu have only
hitherto, as a rule, held in view the
requirements for 'purposes such as
those to which water, is nor usually
put five .extinguishing, cleansing,
househbld uae', and iriigating. Theie
is another impditant object that
should be sought in the improved
system contemplated. That is
water for motive power. Water
motois capable of being driven by
small service pipes, and of during
comparatively light machinery, are
extensively used and in gicat favor
in diffeient purls of the world. "With
a sulllcient supply of water, they aio
always ready for service, the opening
of a cock being all that is requited
to set the machineiy in motion.
Their absolute safety makes thcin
vastly picfcrablc to steam power,
partieuliuly in small establishments
that cannot afford to keep a skilled
engineer. Whcic power is only
occasionally lequiied, a water motor
has obvious advantages over a steam
engine. For light manufnetuiing
purposes such as running printing
presses, sewing machines, lathes,
sawst looms, etc. water motois aie
just the thing. A great obstacle to
mauufaetuijng Industry hero is the
expensiveness of steam power. If
wc can utilize the liberal distillations
of the clouds upon our environing
mountain tops, as a substitute for
tho-j calorifled vapor, there is 'iio
saying to what manufactuiing emin
ence we may not attain. The con
summation of an adequate water
supply for the purpose in questio'n
would make all the tiiffeicnco be
tween' exporting nuny pioducts in a
raw and in a finished state. With a
cheap motive pover tho silk and the
i ramie fibro that wo hope soon to see
raised in the country could bo spun
and woven here, when othenvise it
might' have, to be sent abroad to
undergo those opeuitions. So also
with regard to many atticles now
, imported, we migit, with chcapeyqd
( manufacturing capabilities, find it
advantageous to import pnly the law
material and work it up at ' home.
Taking the vast benefits of a provi
sion for this puipose of a watur
supply Into consideration, tho Gov
ernment would be wise to use tho
wan ant of the Legislature to the full
in extending tho Honolulu wntei
w6iks. It should not test satisfied
with the lcccnt sagacious and skilful
stroke of tho Water Supci inlendonl,
which has ul slight expense largely
inci cased the supply, even if that
results in sufficient water for all pres
ently demanding purposes. Thcic's
moie millions in the clouds floating
over our mountain top, piobably,
than over Colonel Ncllcis dientned of
in his peanut speculations. It
lequiied only foielhoughtandcneigy
on the pall of the Government, with
tho abilitytto sell ils bonds, to bting
those millions down to a people
seeking diligently after diversified
"Unsophisticated verdancy" is
the sohoious phrase applied by our
morning contemporary to the analogy
lately diawn in this paper between
the lcsults of speculating in the
liade dollar in the Uuitcd States and
what might be expected from simi
lar dealings in the Hawaiian silver
0111101103'. It was doubtless easier
for our contcnipoiary to apply those
high-sounding and pedantic words to
our argument than to demonstrate
their applicability. Ilowcyer, this
community is not so unsophisticated
as to bo deceived by such claptrap.
There is, wc hold, a sliict analogy
between tiic case of the trade dollar
and that of Hawaiian silver. The
latter, beyond the amount of ten
dollars, is no more legal tender here
than the liade dollar is in tho United
States. Hawaiian silver in amounts
over ten dollars has only a specula
tive value, which varies ifi 'different
quartets within the Kingdom. If
the editor of our contemporary
doubts this statement, let him go opt
and sec how much gold he can buy
for a given amount of silvci. Even
bcfoi c the gold standai d was adopted
by the Legislature, silver had only
a speculative value hete, as was
proved by the fluctuations and the
generally high pi ice of exchange.
There is this diffeicncc between the
ttade (lollat and the Hawaiian dollar,
namely, that the trade dollar is in
tiiiiMcally wot Hi moie than the
other. Theiefoie, there is tnoro
lisk undci taken l3' those who aie
speculating iu the Hawaiian dollar
than uis done by those who 1iave
becii bitten in trade dollar deals
It might be more edifying to
the leaders of the Adver
tiser if that paper undertook to
show w hat relevancy his hackneyed
"'arguments" on behalf of the
American silver interest has to the
financial situation in this Kingdom.
Their relevancy or otherwise, how
ever, is immaterial, for they com
prise In the main unsubstantiated
assertion, such as the atrocious
chaige that the influential press
supporting a gold standard is wholly
corrupt and in the hands of money
lenders and speculators. The fact
is that the most independent as well
as the most intelligent papers of the
United States strenuously oppose
the continuance of the operation of
overwhelming the nation with depre
ciated silver. Sensible people in
this community will endorse the
words heading this article as being
the phrase to most fitly charactei izc
our contemporary's discussions of
the currency question of this
Wc wiote that the guava ttces
grow wild "in our valleys and on
our mountain slopes," but the words
(pioted were accidentally omitted in
yesterday's leading article. The
blunder caused queer grammar in
'the next sentence, but did not mate
rially affect the sense.
It would not bo an extiaordinary
drain upon private philanthropy to
have sticet crossings provided and
kopt clean at all the chief strqot
corners of the city. We should
think it vyould pay business men to
furnish these means of easy access
to their shops in foul weather.
Two local contempoiaries issued
this moining contain a large amount
of eclectic matter pci tabling to
journalists and journalism, while
one of them devotes a leadpr to the
responsibility of newspapers. That's
light, btetlnen, you jtibt hold (ho
light, cnnd your contemporaries will
try to get through the woik of
journalism as beit they can. Even
holding the candle to tho workers is
not to be despised in this woikaday
rpHE MEMBEHS of Ksipiolnnl Boat
X Club nro leinicstcd to attend a
meeting 'i'HIB KVENINtJ, April 4th, at
7.30 o'clock, nt No. 21 Alakc.i Street.
Special business lo bo transacted. No
037 It T.B. MUUHAY, Secretary.
A (1001) BOOK-KEEPEn
J.V. Plantation. Apply to
080 tf THEO. 11. DAVIE9 A. CO
A NATIVE s desman, one itlinfr..cut
speak and understand English and
acquainted with the tin- noods lmsinis.
Address 1HIY GOOD.S.'BullPtln Office.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED beg lo notify
-I the publicj that they only use the
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.B vites,
and tho number Is 1S4? v s
LYONS & LEVEY, Auctionc-is.
WANTED , l
EMPLOYMENT by a sober, steady
jnan, willing to make himself gen
crally useful. Address!" , ' '
Tost Onicc, Honolulu. - 085 .Jw
FOU MAN and wife, with accommo
dation to cook for themselves, oi
beard with the family. Apply ,ut 187
Nuuanu Street. ' 071) tf
rpilE STOItE lately occupied by
JL Samuel Noll, in CampUell'a'Ulock,
on Fprt Sticcl. Applv to
" . L. A. U'HURSTONi
or B. P. Dir.i.ixoiiAJi.
Honolulu, April lt 1885. 085 tf
EOll SALE.. ..
rpWO FINE imporlrd Mates, four and
JL live jcars old, well broken, kind
and gentle. Sold, on account of depar
ture. Inquire of f'.f,! J
J. P. MENDbNCA,
-or at M. Sf Qrinbauml& Cd.'s'-storo.,
WAIMANAL9 SUGAR CO.
A DIVIDEND of$.-,iei bin re will
x. be pi id oo applie ttion at the ofllce
of II. HvCKTELD & CD.
, Honolulu, April a, iyS7. , ,30 3t
r3"MIE HOUSE mil pitntUcs silitilcd
-i. in Nuuum Valley, oprositu thu
'lloyal Mituuo'.ouminbtum.'iiiir to ,md
ipeLiitlj occupied by S.umiul Not!. Foi
pjiimflai -, apply lo
L. A. TMUKs'J'ON,
3- Merchant St.
Honolulu, March ai, 1S35 l)j:i tf
Apiil 7 Apion and Neck Tie Fatty
(ptbo for the largest tie)
Apiil 10 'latnale Party;
April 11 Skatiin for the Cake. v
THO MA'S E. WALL, Manager.
Honolulu, Apt 112, VB3o. 0S5,td
a WIS UNDERSIGNED, HANK
. IIUSTACE and GEOEGE H.IIiO
BEUTSON, each of Honolulu., Odhu,
liaro this day entendinto CO-PART-NERSHIPuutider
the firm napio of HUS
TACE & ROBERTSON, fotttht? purpose
of carrying on tbo Diaying.Busincss hi
said Honolulu. ' u
The Business W be conducted by
Tliankiug oui fi lends loi then gener
ous surmorl to each of us in the past, wo
hope to met it a continuance of the tumo
in the future, as wo stt c now better than, i
ever prepared to attend to all business
in our Jiiiu iiruimniy ami suumiU lurny,
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON:
-March 30, 1835. B83"lw
United Carriage Co.
respectfully to inform Tourists and'thc
public generally, that in order to com
pete with another firm who prdhibits
other hacksbut their own fiombolUiiting
patronage t at 'the IfHotdl, they ko
loun'd Hipcccssary to imlto moro strong
lv. and lmvo selected ft'om about SSO
hacks jiow running in Honolulu, a mini'.1
her of first-class teams; w'hleU'iii uddl-
tion to the teams wp already have make
the UNITED CARRIAGE CO. the
strongest In Honolulu. Most of the
drivers in thip company, who by hard
work and pcrsev ehuico' have become
niifnta.fi ftf .1.1 .nn.i.D .Itn.r .1 . 1 .ri. -I.i.v.a
agreed to conform to certain wif.
deemed ncccbspry, iby jhej managers ftir'
tho protection of TouiiUk' j(ml Hlio pub.
no againsi ovorcnarging, incivility, ac.
Two very Important rules govcrnlug the
drivers oi tho UNITED flARHIAGE
Cp., are Rulo No 1, that cxpols any
driver from tho company who wilfully
charges moro than tliti legitimate rates
of faraj'Rule No. 2 compels anyiof our
drlVors lo lespond to a Tclcphquo call
whether it bc.a Ten Cent' ? Tf-'ij J)oj.
lar fine. Thus it can bo ken that, the
object of the conquny Is to supply'tlio
public with good teamsMrircn by good
reliable men, who will do their Leil to
tglvosatisfactiohfttjHMiQpo bysp dplng
'to merit a share of public pationago.
All'coinplalnt8 lott, At pur ,9100, In tho
shape of a nolo directed to the innnagcrk
pf tho UNITED ,0A11RAGK CO., will
icccive prpmpt attention,
UXITIil) CAUHJAUf: !U,
Ofllco and Carriage Stand next door E
O. Hall's, corner of Kiug and Fort Sis.
iBiemti uKatiiig Em
New York & Honolulu Packot
, Lino. ,,
MESSRS. Wi il.OROSSMAN
v tfc BRO., 77" Broad street,
g;N. Y., will dcspitch a llrst-
ciass cscol in this line, lrom
Now York to Honolulu Direct,
on or about JUNE lp. Tardea wishing
lo avail themselves of this lino opportu
nity should forward orders as early as
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents,
Honolulu, Apt 11 3, 1885. H80 lin
- - - ' 1 . , , r 1 1 1 1
I have iecclvul Unsanctions lo sclt at
' Pulillo Aiictlon, on
SATU11DAY, AV111L ISih,
' at 12 o'clock M., at Sale;iooin.
TH6s't:"TW0 'CERTAIN LOTS
''it 'J ; t
Nos. IDland 183 onjllorcthuia Street
opposite Mr. 'Macrtcn's. Kach 100
feet front by 150 feet depth, at tho
Upset Price of $750.00
c.ich. Tuuns Cash, or one-half cash
bilancc in one or twoyeais, secured
by moitgngc with Jntotcst at 0 per
These lots aioon Iheupncr side of
theroid adjoinlltg i-hnlr liihar in 1
pkninnt nelghboihood ami withiil
15 minute'' walk ol tho town.
K. 1. AJA7taS. Anctioiiccr.
"Don't Forget -It. I
ui i'i(j iu i
, Distributed and 'Colloctednnh,
To. asv ' ,
X. ID. W"iseiMEi,ii,
Campl)ill'3",ijulliiliiu', Merchaut Street.
' ; WA3STED; - '-''' f
JZY AN American n'ul, a situation to
y tales (aio of iliiidren or do hou!c
woik in a ( -ptctMile f tmily. Apfilv at
tfi2.lt - ' o THIS OKFIOE,.
, , j WANTED
A I..VDV'ep I ilil tii!;i, Sm ijian
J. 'cl-bo ':bo ;t "'.iv l-l, WtulKl like lo
nieit wlill'eortie1 -'-n''hiCfbr having hci
f.ilopildto .m Pi 'uii'isco, would tike
full ch ii (;c 'r : (bil'l 2 yeairi ot age.
Addic'imiii'-'! 'c!, i O. Ho 20".
J ' 'OSi! 1m
0 1'URCHASE, Mulberry leaves'.
Address L. M., oliice of this pip?r.
r VW IW .i
- ' : rz, r
ON ACCOUNT pf departure from
, the .Kingdom,", all.jiersons giving
me ure.iequestcd 'tb.tnfike' immediate,
payment to, L.". A. THURSTON. 3S Mcri'
chaniffitieel, w(iio has' a' full power of
uuorncy ip iansaci nil uutiness lor me
in my absence fHoiiaulhoucd to re
ceipt foi'all money o diic me, Uili to cm
loreq paymqiu pi 'innuia (I mil'.. ,
"h XIUEL NOTT,
iiosio imu, kMaic!i IU, lgsi;
, EOR SALTB. ( ,
A ITVr Ax. aII!. 1. -r
j.w l a. ii.iu i i-'iii ii i mi ui uvcr
iour firu'r.- are i on, ixuuanu
tk A oniin it1 minin r "P A tiolmn
' fppV. TTivIi. . 1 llli !llirM.Mt i ntnt
lights 'lu'amlition t6 Govern:
mont water privilege, well fenced and
improved. Apply to ,
' JOHN lit, PA'jY,
oi to J. E. Wibcman, Genual Business
Agent. ' 078 ljnj
Corner Bjrttiriitt"& Panchbowi Sts-,
i i 7- r
A FIRST-GLASS place of amuse-'
, montr jn afir.-t-class lopiilitv. t
nuiiiiugui ;iii uujeuiiuu.iuiu nutuipni
lowed piif'tljo'ipJqmisos.L ""Qpn (every
aftfcr'noP" ii (thoiwpbk)S'hiidvevery night,
Wednesday ciccpVc'd.-'1 " ' t? (
. Tucsdayr andi KrJdny, afternoons 'find
nights,, Ladips and their cs-corjs and
children tllat'nc(!nii'ipanv"thiiin are ad
in it ted. The liowllum element b'tiictly
eicluslcd. As tliese afternoons and nights
aie specially "designed for Ladies, the
irtrDirlctoniwilli.use evefv, .eirertion to
have theni'.instrircicd arid accompanied;
on inu noorTviiero uiey iiestro it.
,Tho Rink bkates for bpth Lad(es and
Gentlemen are ,wJtk,out jiibber epiipg;.
iicglniiCrs Can lcam on this skate m
half the timo it rcqulics on an ajisoluto
' Wil' J pTpn m tqmolh! uudeit
ltlio 'sluttcVdoes iJfoll JiQ jlrcvss, and'
one oiling is suiueicnt lor nnaiieiuoon
or oveulinB'B 'skating. Beginners only
have to 'guard forwaid and back wards
ou their slcatosrwiille tho rubber bends
slflcwfi6fbtr(Hnlii.thci ankles, ncceasl
tatlng guarding backwards, forwards,
'and sideways. ' ' I
Prices reasonable for a first-'chis,? Rink,
Admission, 25 cents for adults and chil
dren, over Ave yeir, of ago; use of
' Rink Bkojcs-, 10 cents; priv.de skates,, no
charge. Afternoons on'lyf adniifsion
phaigcd, spates ree Skaturp ciuifavo
money by purchasing commutntion'tlo.
' kct L'OOll for ton ndinieslons. willi MtnU-
Skatcs, $3 BO, or 35 cents for admission
.and skulcb. ( ,
Skators can leave their skati'3 in Skate
Room (at their own risk), w hero they
will bo kept to tlipli Older, cleaned,
repaired, etc., fico Of charge. This
Rink will bounder1 thc'i Hiptivjsion of
thepioprietor at all limes. Aijy inat
tention of employees should be icported
to tho Proprietor. 082
63 FORT STREET.
In order to make room for our unsurpassed stock which
, i is being; bought regardless of expense or trouble at the
present time in Eastern Markets by S. COffiNf & CO.
Prices Miicei in
Has Removed to
I "" H lllll lllllll'l'l''UW4MHiilWWli 1.T"7h rt Til
ViS njBl BOOTS AtJD SHOES jj J gj
lfe The Corner Harjiess Store
Xaigc invoices of Gdojls (of nil description) "having bttn lcceivcd by ne.they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the name qualily of Goods cm be purchased elsewlieioMn Honolulu, at,d
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE, "Uly'"i
Saddles, Belts, Pouches,MeggingS, Saddle Cloths,, School Eaes. &c..
The Teputation of my HOME-MADE HARNESS foi supeiinrity of workmanshii)
., " ,'nalennl remains unchallenged duiing my six years' residence beie.
Thankful for the geneiotjs patronage of the past, its continuanco and increase iu
the future is respectlully soliciled at the ojd btand.
"' - JOSEPH E. WISEMAN;
The Only Eecoguized General Businesa Agent on the Hawaiian Islands.
( ESTABLISHED 1879.
OfflcaB in Campkoll'o Tiro-proof Buildini?, 27 Merchant St.,,Honolulu, H. I
' 'X. i. Box' 111 C j t j o- i, Tolcphono 179.
REA1, ESTATE AGENT-liuy and sells Real Estato in all paiU of the King.
dom! ' ReiitB Offices, Houses, Cottages and Rooms. ' i
kSOLipmNG'AQENT FOR AVILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEIIS-Tour
' tho Volcano lVLli,18: PuW1 win "PP'y t0 "" for Tickets and Information to
STO A9ENT PPHTIIE MUTUALLIFE INSURANCE CO. OP NEW
W Id Larc,, Grandest and .Souudett Institution of Its kind in the
A.G?p?ir'" '"'KQUPT BU11LING1 ON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
.t j-rA's Route excels jill other i butts going-East, the trcnery being the giando.l,
ftie mcajs the chouest and tho Palace, and I)inlt)g Cats the handsomest and mokt
i com fortfilile. 1 1 '
EMPLOYMENT AGEN'i'-I.'inds Employment foiall fceking wo.k In thcMa.i
, ous bumehes of industry omhe Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CUT OF LONDON FIRE INSUItANOE ( O
o c lhq best knovii Cpmjjiiny imthe Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER-Entcrs Goods at Custom Hou.ii',pajs and dlschaiees
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney, t b
M.ONEY BROKEIl Louus Money tvL all times qu Jlrs't-class ,eciuill .
a'.m.. .mi.wv mm fuMrciLll,
ed and Collected. Ikioks and Accdmits kept and adjiiatoJ. Records
. Rents Collected, jl'nxes and TiTsuiauce on Property IrnUd nftei
and J:ngi03sing done. Advciliseimmts, Newsp.ipti Artii I.-, CoiKb-'
-"-:-"0 -...t,...-,... uwf.w. ..u,if,..4,,ia ..li,ttaii,l,l.l t
pi iiunieu fiuu commercial JJipiJiics ox
nt tended lb.
AOENT FOU THE NEW MUSIC J I ALL AT HON( LUUJ-Conipanies abioad
will con epond jvltli me or tefnis, etc. O) den f,r Inland 'Shells Cui Ion f 111
SpcelmciisNallvo Views and Photos (iircfully llllnl and furwaidid tunliiVaria
Of tho Wot 1(1. , ' I'uiia
BS" Iiiforinutlon apputaining to tho lsjandb given and all correspondence faith
fully answered. ' u.
larch 6tli, 1885.
103 Foil Steel
tn thfi TTvnni- I
of Fort and King strqets, Honolulu, II. I
qvciy natuiu, piomptlv and uiunatulv
Business Agcnl, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
YL.Jf t ls$