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All pcrons lire heicby forb'ulden to
bathe in the pool at Kapeuu Falls In
Nuimiui Valley, or in any way to defile
the water supplying the, same or to ties.
pas on the adjacent grounds.
Any person dlMcguidlnj: tliN notice
will lie prosecuted to the full extent of
CHAS. II. WILSON,
Supcilntrndenl of Wntci Woihs.
OltAS. T. Ul'Mlk,
Minister of lutctiur.
OiUce Honolulu Wntet Works,
sruim JlniWiSolh, 1885. J
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JLiunU ol C'jililoriiist, S5. X
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
.Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commutcial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commutcial Hank Co., or Sydney,,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlslclimch, and Wellington.
The Hunk of Hrltish Columbia, Vic
toria, H. C. and Poitland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Pledges! to nolthcr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Central l'atk Skating Kink and
Kollcr Coaster, afternoon and even
ing. Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:90.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7:30
Credit Sale, Lyons & Levey, 11.
Sale prints, &c., K. P. Adams, 10.
Sale furniture. &c, K. P. Adams,
In this issue will be found corres
pondence which look place at Wash
ington, regarding the Hawaiian
Treaty. It was secret until the
correspondent of the Tribune got
hold of it and wired it to that paper.
Editorially the 'Jriimne thus refers
to the correspondence :
"The chief point of intercut in
the Hawaiian correspondence is the
evident anxiety of the Government
of that country to renew for another
term of seven years the reciprocity
treaty of 1875. By its terms the
convention is now terminable on
twelve months' notice by either of
the contracting parties. Any doubts
of the continuance of the treaty arc
injurious to Hawaiian interests,
hence the desire to conclude a
supplementary convention for an
other term of seven years. There
is no doubt that the treaty of 187.r
has greatly strengthened the politi
cal autonomy of Hawaii. In that
respect it lias probably also been of
some advantage to this countiy, as
the dependence of the Hawaiian
Government upon any European
Power would not be regarded with
favor in the United States. But
whether or not any other advantages
have accrued to this country lias
been a mailer of serious debate in
Congress. The one gi eat advantage
that was expected from the treat'
cheap sugar on the Pacific Coast
has not followed, because of the
operations of a monopoly. The
people of the Pacific Coast seem to
be indifferent on the question of the
extension of the treaty for another
definite term of seven years, and
this probably accounts for the in
activity of Congress on the matter.
As shown by the documents now
published, a supplementary agree
ment has been waiting confirmation
by the Senate for some months."
Surely the Tribune has never
heard of the elaborate petition in
favor of the continuance of the
treaty, bigncd by ovei a hundred of
the principal merchants and manu
facturers of San Francisco, when it
speaks of indifference on the Coast
to the renewal of the treaty. So
important did the signers of that
petition regard the matter, that they
had the contents of the document
telegraphed to Washington, where it
was placed before the Senate in ex
ecutive session and regarded as an
executives document. Probably the
'Tribune cousiders a sand-lot proces
sion and powwow necessary to show
any degree of interest in a public
matter in San Francisco. That
paper cannot have known the con
tents of the petition in question,
when it offhandedly speaks of the
Ivrtrtl linvturr ttnnii nvitnHrirl i I V rntinlt lirntirltna lino rrlvitti Hin nnn. 1Tf"VYT .l T.T? tTTPT.T?Cl I
Ivcnly having been expected to
cheapen sugar on Ihc 1'ncillc Coast
Kcgnrding that point, we shall give
the words of the petition:
"The opponents of the ticnty
have icpcalcdly urged that the in
Icnliou of the treaty was to reduce
the price of sugar on the Coast. The
tieaty itself says it was to strengthen
and 'perpetuate friendly relations,
and consolidate eoininercial inter
course. If the intention was to
cheajmn suiar in SVm Francisco,
the negotiating plenipotentiaries
omitted to mention it. Hut they
could hardly have had that object
in inind knowing that, besides all we
then icecicd or now receive fioni
tlie Islands, Me had to import, and
do still import, sugars from Manila,
China, and Central America; yet
they made no provision for enforcing
the sale of island sugar at less than
its market value when placed along
side other sugar which had paid
duty. If the Islands could, which
they never can, produce as much
sugar as we can consume on tins
Coast, or a little more, raw sugars
might fall in price Itclow the level of
New Voik, but until then wo may
expect to pay for our 'sweets' about
as much as it would cost to lay llicin
down from other cane-sugar pro
From all accounts the extension
of the treaty for seven years will be
effected in spite of ignorant news
paper opposition. An instrument
to that end was signed on Dec. Gth,
by Mr. Frclinghuyscn, Secretary of
State, and Mr. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister, and was sent to the Senate
on Dec. 9th by President Arthur.
Since his inauguration President
Cleveland has expressed to Mr.
Carter a sense of his very friendly
disposition toward this Kingdom. It
is therefore highly improbable that,
even if the Senate neglects the new
convention throughout this session,
the President will give the year's
notice necessary to the termination
of the treaty.
HAWAII AT NEW ORLEANS.
Tiie Hon. J. Mott Smith, one of
the Hawaiian Commissioners at the
World's Exposition, has sent us
copies of the descriptive pamphlet
and the Daily Picayune containing
a notice of the Hawaiian exhibit,
also a pamphlet report of proceed
ings of the regular monthly meeting,
held Maicli 12th, of the Louisiana
Sugar Planters' Association. A
friend in town lias handed in a copy
of the Times-Democrat, which also
notices at length the Hawaiian ex
hibit. The latter paper concludes
its report by saying, "Altogether
the exhibit is one of uncommon in
terest, and calculated to attract more
than a casual attention to the Sand
wich Isles." Coleman's cane planter
is mentioned in all the prints above
referred to. The Hon. Dr. Smith,
at the request of the president, ad
dressed the Planters' Association,
giving details of sugar-making eco
nomics in these Islands, and draw
ing attention to Coleman's cane
planter. During a discussion fol
lowing his remarks, the president
remaiked that "everyone thought
his goose the whitest swan ;" that he
had bagasse burners on his planta
tions which he thought could not be
beat; that he had four different
chambers. When No. 1 was partly
filled with green bagasse, it was run
into No. 2, 3, and finally -i, and by
that time No. 1 had burnt out and
yas ready to receive a new charge.
A paper was presented by Mr. W.
K. Chisholin, of Laredo, Texas, des
cribing a machine of his invention,
for cutting cane in the field, strip
ping it of leaves, topping it and
putting it in bundles easy to handle,
all at one operation. These digres
sions we make for the benefit of our
planters. To revert to the Hawaiian
exhibit, there can be no question
that it will be worth all the trouble
and expense undertaken, in making
this Kingdom better known abroad.
The exhibit is in charge of the Com
missioners the lions. S. Parker and
J. Mott Smith and under the im
mediate attendance of Mr. George
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
The Dominion Government has
disallowed the Chinese Restriction
Act of British Columbia.
New Zealand's defenses are being
greatly strengthened, a coast torpedo
system being part of them.
The French Legislature has
adopted a protective tariff for ani
mals and their products.
The Swiss Parliament, as a
measure toward suppressing the
cruse of brandy drinking, which has
increased to frightful proportions
since the introduction of cheap
French brandies, 1ms given llio can-
ions ino right ot local option in re
gard to the sale of Intoxicating
liquors, and also the privilege of
imposing taxes on the domestic
manufacture of spirits.
In London on Mnrcli 25th Karon
Kolhsehild gave n breakfast to 1000
of the unemployed' poor of the
Southwark slums. During the meal
Kothschild made a speech in behalf
of Princess Louise, who has been
very zealous in organizing this sys
tem of charity. He urged the un
employed workingmen to emigrate
to lbitish possessions beyond the
seas, and he advised cacli man be
fore he starts to buy a copy of the
Marquis of Lornc's'book upon Ca
nada, when a voice from the tables
shouted, "Where's the money?"
The question remained unsettled.
The Governor of Victoria, Aus
tralia, has issued an order forbid
ding foreign ships to enter Port
Philip during the night.
A fatal disease resembling cholera
has broken out in the Province of
Valencia, Spain, and the people arc
panic-stricken and begging for fur
ther assistance from the Govern
ment, to that given on account of
the devastation by earthquakes.
Hold your tongue and your pen,
my boy. Every time you are tempt
ed to say an ungentle word, or write
an unkind line, or say a mean, un
gracious tiling about anybody, just
stop ; look ahead twenty-five years,
and think how it may come back to
you then. Ji. J. Jiurdelle, in
"It has been discovered in France
that the micrococci of pneumonia arc
not biologically the same as the
micrococci of scarlet fever or diph
theria." Tins relieves us immensely.
We were afraid they were. Louis
Value the friendship of him who
stands by you in the storm ; swarms
of insects will surround you in the
No man lias ever lived a right life
who has not been chastened by a
woman's love, strengthened by her
courage and guided by her discre
The greatest homage we can pay
to truth is to use it. Junerson.
Without a rich heart wealth is an
ugly beggar. Emerson.
'"jMIE regular monthly meeting of the
JL MyitlcBoat Club has been post
poned to Wednesday evening, the 15th
TIIE HOUSE and lot owned by W.
R. Lawrence on Artesian Street.
House contains 0 rooms. Is new, and
everything convenient. The lot is
100x100. Artesian water laid on. Apply
to AVERY it PALMER.
Ileal Estate Agents, No. GO Fort St.
ON P.iwaa Valley load, a nice cottage
of six rooms bath and kitchen,
.stable, carrige house, wood shed, yard,
every convenience, terms leasonable,
healthy climate. Inquire of Mr. Lucas
near the promises, or 110 King Street.
For Sale or Exchange.
THE HOUSE and premises No. 110
l.-Jnrr tt, niviiAil tn1 ir'niminrl In'
II. N. McChesucy, Fq. This desirable
residence will be sold or exchanged for
improved or unimproved property. For
particulars apply to
092 2W AVERY' & PALMER
Has just received per Mailposa some
more of those nice
Ruta Baga Turnips !
Cula Onions, Potatoes, A bbls and
Kegs Family Beef, y, bbf Pig Pork,
Kits and Tins Salmon Bellies, Cala
Rose Butter in 2 lb Tins.
Sugar Cured Smoked Beef !
Fresh and nice, by the pound or
piece. Hains, Bacon, Lard, Flour,
Bian, Wheat, Corn, Ground Barley,
Gcrmca, Small Hominy, Cheese,
Kanuck Maple Syrup !
Dried Peache.s,'Apples, Plums, Figs,
Senncli Tongues, bchepp's Dcssicat
ed Cocoanut, &c.
The above Staple Groceries satisfy
not only for the moment, but make the
meat grow to the ribs. Quite an item
these times. CHAS. HUSTACE,
Telephone 119. (003 Sw) King St.
HOT 33XJTVS !
EVERY SATURDAY !
Owing to the great demand for Hot
Cross Buns at Easter, and by request of
many of tny customers, hereafter 1 shall
hot mms ituAuv
for my custonieis
Kvery Sitturduy Afternoon.
Guaranteed as good as the Easter
Hot Cross Buns. Leave your oideis,
Confectlonci and Fancy Baker, Hotel
Street. 032 tf
All Officers nnd Privates of the
nboie Company aro hcroby or
InftAfl Ia ajbi n ft ftlJta A tatttA
IJFIUDAY EVENING, April 10th,
ni 7.;io o'ciock sump in lull orcss
uniform. 1'cr Order.
W. H. ALDMCH.
COP VIST WANTED.
AYOLNG MAN who is a eoncetnud
neat Penman. Address Box 351,
A LADY expecting to go to San I' ran.
chco about May 1st, would like to
meet wllh tome ono who for having her
faiep.ddto San Francisco, would take
full charge of a child 2 ycais of ngc.
Addict Immediately, P. O. Hox 207.
Furnished Uooin Wanted.
CONVENIENT to the Post.Olllce.
J Addiees Bov !)5t, Honolulu Post
Olllce, staling lowest pi Ice monthly, with
or without boaid, payable in advance to
a desirable permanent occupant. 091 i)t
A QUARTERLY dividend of Three
Dollars per Share will be paid to
the Stockholder of Wilder' Steamship
Co. (Limited), on Wednesday, April ir,
1S85, at the olllce of the Company.
S. B. ROSE,
Secretary "Wilder's Steamship Co.
Honolulu, April S, 1SS5. QUI lw
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A Black Seller Doir, with
turning the same to llackfcld Aj Co. will
be handsomely rewarded. 001 tf
Important Credit Sale
33 Y .A-TJC'-ION.
We are instructed by Messrs. (J. W.
MACFARLANE & CO., to sell by
auction at our Salesroom, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 11th,
At 11 a. in., to close consignments:
500 Barrels Portland Cement,
An invoice of Fine Havana Cigars
2 Oasis Vienna Bent-wood Furniture,
10 Casks Schwepp's. English Soda "Water,
40 Bodies of Steel for Shoeing purposes,
sizes: 5s.J.,', si, and ? square.
Over $200. CO days; over 500, 00 days;
on approvcu paper.
LYONS & LEVEY.
0S0 41 Auctioneers.
Furniture Sale !
On SATURDAY, APRIL 11,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesrooms, I will
oiler at Public Auction, a lot of
la part ns follows: 1 Oak & Asli
MARBLE-TOP BEDROOM SET !
2 Oak and Ah Plain Bedroom Sets,
Spiing Beds, Mobquito Nets, Pine
"Wardiobe, Pine Clieflonier,
I Elegant Chandelier,
4 Lipids, Aijrand Hurner; B W Pa.
tent Rocker, B AV Dining Table, B
"W Bookcase and Desk combined; B
W Ciib, Hair Cloth Sofas & Chairs,
1 BREWSTER T0P-BU6GY !
In jicrfiol ouler; 1 Buggy Pole,
1 SET SINGLE HARNESS,
1 Breech loading Fowling Piece & Case.
E. L ADAMS, Auel'r.
NOTICE of SALE
Of goods taken upon n distress for
Rent. By direction of .las. Camp,
bell, I am directed to sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesrooms, Queen St.
On THURSDAY, APRIL 23d
At 12 M. The following described
Goods, Wares & Merchandise
1 C.1-.0 Leaf Tobacco,
1 Case Scraps and Fillings,
900 OI&ARS !
Being the same distrained from the
on Fort Street, Honolulu, oa March 211,
1885, for non-payment of Hent by said
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Dated Honolulu, April 7, 1880. 080 id
I have iccclvcd inhtructions to aell at
Public Auction, on
SATURDAY, APRIL 18th,
at 12 o'clock Jl., at Salesroom.
THOSE TWO CERTAIN LOTS
Nos. 131 and 1H2 on Beretanla Street
opposite Mr. Maertcn's. Each 100
feet front by 1C0 feet depth, at the
Upset Price of $750.00
each. Terms Cash, or one-half cash
balaneo in one or two yea if, secured
by mortgage with interest at 0 per
These lots aro on thu upper Hide of
the road adjoining caoh other in a
pleasant neighborhood and within
IS minutes' walk of the town.
K. P. ADA3IM, Auctioneer.
V ' l!
f lonir curly ear and tall
7 two small white spots
, breast. Answcrsto the
of ROVE It. .
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
WO. 63 FORT STREET.
In order to make room for our unsurpassed stock -which
is being- bought rcgardlcsB of expenso or trouble at the
preeent time in Eastern Markets by S. GOHN & CO.
Prices Beted i
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L N0TT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just leceived Eddy's Refiigcr.itors aud Ice Chest'', new Rtylea of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene OH Stoves.
EST IVirciiAJVICS- AJVIJ IIOAVJE'S SCALES."!
All of which are offered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
KSTABLISIIED 1 80. .
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Buildiner, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
X. O. J5ox til. : : : : Tclcplionc 173.
depa irraiEivxfe; :
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys nnd sells Real Estate in all parts of the King
dom. Hcnts Offices, Houses, Cottages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR "WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAM EHS-Tour
istsand the Traveling Public will apply to mo for Tickets and information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Grandest and Soundest Institution of ita kind in the
AGENT FOR TUEGBEAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY' ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other routes going East, the scenery being the grandest,
the meals the choicest and the Palace nnd Dining Cars the handsomest and most
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment for all seeking 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 Enters Goods at Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight nnd Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on first-class secuiitiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papers of every description drawn. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Books and Accounts kept and adjusted. Records
Searched. Rents Collected. Taxes and Insurance on Property looked alter.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Articles, Corres
pondence and Commercial Business of every nature promptly and accurately
-GENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companies abroad
will con espond with me for terms, etc. Orders for Island Shells, CurlCN, Lava
Specimens, Native Views and Photos carefully tilled and forwarded to nil parts
of the World.
13?" Information appertaining to the Islands given and all correspondence faith,
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
873 Genoral Businoss Agent, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.
The S. I Dramatic Cow,
Saturday Evening, April 11,
With Tobin's Classical Comedy
Performance concluding with the
Screaming Faicc entitled
The Lottery Ticket !
Doors open at 7.!!0. performance
commences at 8 o'clock.
TJCICI3TH, 81, rrso. fc BOo,
Reserved Seats nt Wiseman's, Box
Plan now open,
MONDAY' EVENING, April lSlli,
The Banker's Daughter
THURSDAY EVENING, April 10th
Fanchon the Cricket !
rnilE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Foil Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. Dii.mnoiiam.
Honolulu, Apiil 1,1885. 085 tf
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED beg to notify
-l the public that they only use the
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.'S wiies,
and tho number la 184.
LYONS & LEVEY, Auctioneers.
Central Part Skating SinK
Open cverr Afternoon from 2 to 5
and each Evenlug from 1 to 9,
Admission 25 Cts.
Skates Free in Afternoons.
Tuesday and Friday Nights,
The ELITE CLUB Meets, and only
Ladies Admitted Free,
OX MUATKH MS V.V.S'tH.
Boiler Coaster Runs
Monday, Thursday & Saturday Nights.
April 10 Tamale Party;
April 1 1 Skating for the Cake.
THOMAS E. WALL, Manager.
Honolulu, April 3, 1885. 085 td
A NATIVE talesman, one that can
bpeak and understand English and
acquainted with the dry goods busintsa.
Address DRY GOODS, Bulletin Office,
Yosemite Skating El
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