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BISHOP & Co,, BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlnnds
Ihnw KxclmiiB'' on the
Ilnnli 1 C'lilHornln. H. IT.
And then agent, in
NEW Y0I1K, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mo9r. X. M. Kollischllil fcSnn, London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tim Commcrclnl Hank Co., nf Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Uliristchurcli, mill Wellington.
Tliu Hank of ltrlttsh Coltimlih, Vlc
lorin, U. C. ami Portland, Oi.
Transact u General Hnnliliit! Uuslni'ii.
lilill 1 v
Pledged to neither Sect nor Tarty.
Bat established for tho benefit of nil.
TUKSIUY, AlAY 1H, 188.r.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7:U0.
Yoseniite Skating Kink 7.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.K., 7:30.
Honolulu Rifles, 7:30.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
OUR DOUBLE NUMBER.
The double number of the Btu.
i.irris issued yesterday has been
received with great favor. Although
an edition of about eleven hundred
was printed, it is nearly exhausted.
As the typo is taken down, no more
can bo printed, whatever the de
mand may be. Therefore, all who
desire copies for preservation or
sending abroad should apply at once
to save disappointment. It was by
far the largest and best daily paper
ever issued in Honolulu. Our regu
lar advertisers have been given the
full benefit of that stroke of enter
prise, without extra charge and
without having their advertisements
overshadowed by special ones for
the occasion. Business men who
would avail themselves of similar
opportunities in the future should
always keep their names before the
public in our columns.
Scnii-olllcially the Advertiser an
nounces that Mr. Irwin, Hawaiian
Consul-General in Japan, "expects
to despatch 500 men and 100 women
from Japan for Honolulu on May
2Gth ; also, 600 men and 100 woufen
in June, and 500 men and 100 wo
men next July. The children ac
companying each detachment will
be about 15 percent." Mr. Irwin
may come with the detachment to
start in May. It is pleasant to make
a note of the fact that Mr. Irwin has
commended himself to the very
high Opinion of the Japanese au
thorities and press. Ilis exertions,
upon behalf of the industrial inter
ests of this country, cannot but be
duly appreciated here.
It is a matter for regret that tho
proportion of women, in .the pro
mised instalments of Japanese immi
gration, is smaller than in the lot
that has arrived. Counting boys
and girls, the percentage of females
to males, in the steamship load that
came in February, was nearly
twenty-nine. In the importations
of May July, inclusive, tho figures
show a female percentage of but
eighteen. It is an impression upon
ns that an effort was to have been
made to increase the propoitiou of
women above that of the first lot.
If such was promised, as we have a
shadowy remembrance of being the
case, it is to be presumed that Mr.
Irwin found insurmountable difficul
ties in the way of having the desir
able object effected. One of the
most recognized evils of the Chinese
immigration to this country has been
the abnormal proportion of men in
the hordes annually lauding on our
shores. This disparity of numbers
between the sexes is a menace to
the social order of the nation, and
to the existence of the Hawaiian
race. Perhaps the evil can never
be chttkt-A while the two things of
Itarniprcxtiatt icr tabor and immigra
tion! rVjv jcpwrotlon are attempted to
be Kaaarf xf rx.e. There is a
pfwevfr.l) wnflfAWBifi afroad that the
tw atojariiw ic& ve:v distinct, and
carvsu-it M iM'.nafef tr.ytihbr in any
crjtnuxm rtiwi (it ihn whole, the
' qiibition it . ;l Ifift most vital
ones confrobtinx the Hawaiian
Government. h' tar, the nation
docs not seem to be profiting by the
lessons of experience.
ALCOHOL AND DISEASE.
Dr. Edwin T. Dotibleday,Iegistiar
of the New York Hospital, has
recently published nn analysis of
two hundred and fifty-two cases of
lineunionin treated in Hint institu
tion from April, 1877, to Jnnuiuj,
1885. An oxnininnlioii of Dr. Don
blrtlay's figures shows most clearly
Hie duli'lerions effects of tho use of
alcohol In uullttiug the human sys
tem for lcsisting the attacks of the
above-named disease. Of these two
hundred and fifty-two cases, there
were just one hundred in which
thcio was no history obtained as
to the previous use of alcohol or
otherwise. The results in the
remaining one hundred and fifty-two
cases weio very striking, and will bo
best understood by presenting them
in tabular form:
Ciwus. Hltii Dlcil. l'eie'
Of the one hundred patients whose
previous history as regards the use
of alcohol was not obtained, it is
probable that a large proportion
were addicted to it habitually. In
borne instances evidence to that
effect was obtained on examination
post mortem, and there is the further
fact that the percentage of deaths
was about the same as the average
of the one hundred and fifty-two
cases tabulated above, viz., fifty
three per cent. ,lt will be seen
from the above table, extending over
a period of nearly eight years and
embracing a sullicicnt number of
cases to afford a fair basis for
general conclusions, that the death
rate among the strictly temperate
was only one-half the general aver
age, and only about thirty-seven per
cent ot that shown by the habitually
By an unaccouulablc oversight in
proof reading yesterday, the British
Ambassador, Sir Edward Thornton,
was located in Constantinople in
stead of St. Petersburg.
General McDowell, whose death
was noted yesterday, is said to have
been a man of unusually strong will
though of high temper. Army
officers say he never committed an
unjust act to one of his subordi
nates ; and, while in the army, he
remitted 1,000 years of imprison
ment unjustly imposed by young
officers upon enlisted men. He is
credited with the honor of being the
first to systematize army prison
labor, utilizing the prisoners to im
prove and beautify different posts in
San Francisco. He had been offered
the command of the Union Army at
the breaking out of the war, but
declined, thinking himself too young
to be placed in such a high position.
TWO MONTHS OF CLEVELAND.
Two months ago to-day Mr.
Cleveland became President. Two
months is not a very long time, but
it has been long enough to enable
the new chief magistrate to give the
country ground upon which to base
a judgment of his character. He
has distinguished himself more by
what he has abstained from doing
than by what he has done ; yet it is
apparent that ho is far from being
a negative man. There is now no
body to accuse him of want of
strength of mind. Thdre were
many who did so during the canvass
and up to his inauguration. Mr.
Cleveland is a surprise a very dis
agreeable one to one class of people,
and an agreeable one to all the rest
of the population. Only the
citizens who till the field of
politics for the sake of the har
vest of offices, have been seriously
disappointed in the Picsident. There
are, of course, many old gentlemen
who, while seeking no offices for
themselves, yet deem th'c course of
nature interfered with because every
Republican official has not lost his
place, now that a Democratic Presi
dent lias at last been installed.
These Bourbon worthies, who laid
in their stock of ideas before the
war, and have added but little to
tho collection since, have had their
political morals corrupted by the
evil example set by the opposition
paity. They wore more bewildered
than surprised, however, and when
usage loosens the stiff joints of their
aged intellects they can be trusted
to swear by Cleveland, no matter
what he may do. The Republican
Bourbons arc even more confused
and troubled. For twenty years they
had been prophesying and believ
ing that tho roturn of tho Democ
racy to power would at onco result
in massacres of tho negroes in the
South, the repeal of the thirteenth,
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments
l to the constitution, tho payment of
the Confederate debt, free.tradc, fiat
money and a general wreck of the
I republic. Mr. Cleveland, they find
1 and not altogether to their gratifi
cation is not a f ulfillcr of prophesy.
Since ho has sat in the chair of
"Washington, the government hos
gone on much ns it did under his
Immediate Kopubllcnn predecessor.
Signs of tho cataclysm confidently
looked for by tho llonibon Repub
licans arc not perceptible even to
tho eye of faith. Neither, on the
other hand, are there visible any
signs of the millcnium which, accord
ing to Democratic seers, was to bo
inaugurated immediately upon the
seating of a President of the ancient
creed. State sovereignty, strict
construction and .leffersoiiian sim
plicit, where arc they?
Mr. Cleveland, during tho short
time he has been in olllcc, has shown
himself to bo strong enough to hold
back the wild mob of plaeohunlcrs.
It remains to be seen whether lie has
the breadth of intellect to grasp the
much larger matters which the as
sembling of Congress will bring to
the fore questions of financial and
commercial polic'. But whether he
succeeds or fails in this wider field,
he has inspired a general belief in
his honesty of purpose, and that is a
great thing. His brief incumbency,
moreover, has taught the lesson
which was much needed in some
(punters that this nation is safe,
no matter what party may hold the
reins of power. The people arc the
government, and parties are but
their political working tools, to be
used, mended or cast aside, as occa
sion may require. S. 7 Post,
Thursday Evening, May 21st,
JSKCOXD NIOIIT OF TUB
MISW AXXIH JIOXTAUUIl,
mk. ciiAitr.i:s Tintxmt.
t3" Entire Change of Programme. "8
Tiekcts for t ale at J. E. WISEMAN'S.
25 Box plan now open. tf
AGIKL, to take care of a babv. A p.
ply at 209 Fort St. 25 3t
A Portuguese man and his son, 13
years of age. want a situation. Ap
ply to M. A. GONSALVES & CO..
25 If C7 Hotel St.
Lease of cottage for eight years Willi
improvements at $10 per month,
situated nt No. 17 School St., between
Fort and Nuuunu. House contains 5
rooms and bath room, stable and card,
ace house. Grounds tustefully laid out
with llowers and shade trees. House
will rent for .$8.1 per month ; will sell
for $325. Furniture for sale also if
desired. Call at premises or address C.
C. this ofilcc. 25 lw
3P XT JML DP ;
-FOll SALE AV-
H. Hackfeld & Co. i
At the lcsidcncc lately occupied bv Mrs.
Wilkinson, Fort Street,
ON THURSDAY, MAY 21st,
at 10 a. m. the entire lot of
comprising one Parlor Set, lledsteads,
Mattresses, Mosquito Nct3, 1 BW Marble
Top Bed Room Set, Peather Pillows,
Marble Top Centre Table, 8-Day Clock,
Cliandulicr, Pictures, Extension Dining
Table, Meat Safe, Ice Box, Baby's Car.
rmgc, Baby's Chair,
Rugs, Stove and Fixtures, Cutlery, Tin
ware, Bath Tub, &c. Also one good
25 2t LYONS & LEVEY, Auct'rs,
Yosemite Mtg Biit
Matlnco with Music every Wednesday After
noon. May 22, a Double Race, lady and gentle
man, for prize;
May 20, Button Hole Party;
May 29, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
gold ami silver medals;
June 2, AVheelbanow Race, gentlemen,
June 5, Grand Bon-Bon Party. 25 td
Uv dlrrrtion of W O. Pnrkc, Awlgnpe
of the Estate of .1. H. Brims, Jr.. n
Bankrupt, wo will fell nt public auction
on the premises,
ON SATURDAY, MAY iiil,
1885, nt 10 o'clock a. in., nil tha Right,
Title and Intercut of the said .1. 11.
Brims, Jr., In and to the following
1 The Lease of the Cabinet Mnnufac.
lory on the corner of King and lie.
thel Streets, having 2 years and eight
months to run lrom tho IGlhof May,
1885, together with the buildings
2 All tho Maehineiy In said buildings,
coniifcttng of 1 engine, 1 circular saw
mncliHio with sawn, 1 band saw ma.
nlilnowllh saws, I jigsaw machine
with saws, 1 tinning lathe, 1 shaping
machine with knives, grindstone and
frame, and all the shafting and belt,
3--A11 the Tools, consisting of band,
groove and hand saws, clamp plane?,
screw drivers, hammers, bits braces,
glmblct, etc, etc.
4 All of the Mntcilals for manufactur
Intr Cabinet Wnrc. Including unfinish
ed articles of furniture, lumber,
mouldings, paints, varnlshc, omn.
ments brackets and fittings of all
5 All of the Slock of Furniture, con
sMInyof sliaw, hair and spring mat
trcsscsnnd pillows, bedstends, lounges,
tables, desks, stands, cofllns, colllu
llttliiL's, trimmings, buieaus and other
articles too numerous to mention.
02 Polished Koa Double lledsteads,
with Kou Mounting'); 3 do. do. panel
All thcnboc niticles will be open for
inspection on Friday, May 22, fiom 10
a. m. to 4 p. m. Terms Cash.
IiYOXS & M3VKY, Auct'rs.
Honolulu, May It). 1885. 25 4t
A LARGE and commodious house on
Punchbowl Street near the corner
Heietania Street, now occupied by D.
Lyons, Esq. Enquire of
DK. JNO. S. McGREAV , Hotel St.
EXPRESS, Truck, Carriage and Sad
dle Horses. Double and single
harness buggys and carriage?, also one
sucleton wneon. Apply lo
E. R. MILES, Haw'n Hotel Stables.
THAT very desirable and convenient
Family Residence on Berclnnla
Street, until lately occupied by F. S.
Pratt, Esq., complete with out-houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Also, the
premises occupied at present a-, n Law
Olllcc by John Russell, Esq., centrally
located near the coiner of Foit and
Merchant Streets. For particulars, ap
ply cither by letter or otherwise lo
DR. STANGENWALD, Merchant St.
BY a Poituguesc and wife, no chil
dren. .Can do any kind of work.
Apply to M. A. GONSALVES & CO.,
07 Hotel Street. 20 lw
AGIKL, between 12 and 14 yeais of
age, to take care of childieu. Ap
ply at f!7 Hotel Street. 21 lw
30 Tons of Phosphate,
' 18-!iO ifi'oeiit.
KOK BAl.K 1JV
H. HACKFELD & CO.
npHE HOUSE and premises situated
JL in Nuuanu Valley, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to and
lecently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
particulars, apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
3S Merchant St.
Honolulu, March 31, 1835. 083 tf
AT a meeting of tho Stockholders of
the Hawaiian Stone Co. held on
Tuesday, the 12th day of May. 1885,
the following olllcors were dulv elected:
Richard F. Hickcrton President
Samuel C. Allen Treasurer
Walter D. McBryde Sccretnry
20 lw WALTER I). McBRYDE, Sec'y.
A FINE lot of Rice Straw suitable
bedding for horses is offered for
sale in quantities to unit buyeis, at a
reasonable pi Ice. Enquire of
WONG LEONG & CO.,
1007 3m No. 1(1 Nuuauu St., Honolulu.
npHE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Fort Street. Apply to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. F. Billing iiAsr.
Honolulu, April 1, 1885. 085 tf
Corner Borctanla & Punchbowl Slroets.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of lloors, U open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING
1ST of tho weok. -a
Tuesday nnd Friday evening;, and Wed.
nesday afternoon. AsslduoiiH attention
paid to fho comfort and Xileasuio of all
Admission 25 cents,,' no other charge.
B2T Just rccelvcdhire assoitment of
Skutes. Patrons' will bo lurnished
either R & U Q'.ub or Btiap SUutes.
1010 3m f 'D. P. SMITH, Proprietor,
Nos. 61, 63 and
Just received by Inst itcaniur a fino sloek of
Youth's, Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Business and Dress Suits, Handsome Patterns,
Desirable Styles and Reasonable Prices.
TO THE JLiAJDIDES,
We beg to announce tbat we bave received tbc largest
and most perfect stock of
MANUFACTURED WHITE GOODS,
That has oyer been Shown in this City.
"We are prepared to show the Cheapest and most attractive stock in
Ladies', Misses', mini's ml Mails' Wear.
Particular attention is called to our stock of
Pacific Hardware Company
SUCCESSORS TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SAM'L NOTT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALEHS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise
Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chests, new styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stoves and Itanges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
(ST PAIBn AMIES' AlSr HOWE'S SOAlES.-SBa
All of uhich are offered upon favorable teinis.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
Tho Only Recognized General Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Buildinir, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
3. O. JJox 1S
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Realj" Estate in till parts of the King
dom. Rents Offices, Houses, Collages and Rooms.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WIXDEU'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMEIIS-Tour
ists and the Traveling public will apply to inc for Tickets and iufonnatlou to
the Volcano. '
SOLICITING AGJiNT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Giandcst and Soundest Institution of its kind in the
AGENT FOlt THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AMERICA
This Route excels all other routes going East, the i-tenery being the grando.-t,
the niciilw the choicest and tho Palace nndDiiiliig Cam the handsomest and inot
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Flndb Employment for all necking wiikln the vari
ous bvanches of industry on llie Ishindh.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
The best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Enters Goods nt Custom House, pays and discharge
Freight and Duty Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money at all times on firM-clam hcui itiy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Legal Papeis of every descilplion dr.nwi. Bills
Distributed and Collected. Bookb and Accounts kept and adjusted. Record1
Searched, Rents Collected. Taxes and Insuiniico on Propenv li.okut alter.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper Aillelur, Oorrcs
poudeuco and Commercial Biiblni'os of oery nature piomptly and accuintely
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLULU-Companles ab.oad
will correspond with me for terms, etc. ()idci for Uland Shells, Curio, Iiva
Specimens, Native Vluws and Photos carefully l.lled and foiwaulei! t all parts
of tho AVorld;
&T Information appertaining to the Islands given and all cone.iioudeiiLu fallli.
1 nil y answered.
JOSUrif 13. WIUK3EAN,
87.3 Gonoral Business Agent, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands,
65 Fort Street,
S. COI1N- & COMPANY.
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