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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, II'v,iinn lalnnd
l)l, i u Km hangc nil llu
:iuli rC'nliiVmU. S. l
Ami tln'tr agents In
NCW YORK, B0S10M, HONG KONG.
.MoSfn, X. M. Rothschild ASou, London.
The Commoiclul Hank Co.. of Sjdney,
The Commercial Hunk Co., nf Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
t'liitalohitrch, siud Wellington.
Tho 11 ink of British Columbia, jVIc
lorln, 1. 0. und I'ortlnud, Or.
Transact u Ucueinl Banking Hiislnia .
PloJgod to neither Boct nor Fatty,
Cat established for tho henoSt of nil.
SATURDAY, WAY HO, lSSii.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yoscmitc Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink, 7:30.
TO-MORROW'S DOINCS. .
Casino uL the Pnik, open nil ilny.
Uetlicl Sunday School, at 0:15.
FoitSl. Church S. S. at l :-15.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Services, morning and
St. Andrews' Cathedral, scrvioc,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
"War is, iti'its'clf, characterized
by circumstances of indescribable
horror. To strew the resting places
of its victims, every year, with
tokens of affection, is an appropriate
national custom. Every returning
anniversary brings with it nature's
adornihohts for lull amUplain. It is
fit, then, that grateful' friends and
citizens should lavish, in a special
manner, these adornments upon
evcryjjpot containing the remains of
the noble men who left the soil of
the American Republic an undivided
heritage for all time, ami who placed
the star-spangled banner over mil
lions of a population liberated from
cruel bondage. In the great Ameri
can cities to-day, the graves, not of
millionaires, nor of titled aristocrats,
arc sought out for distinction, but,
for the most part, those or men
whose names arc unknown to fame,
and whose achievements will never
be obliterated from the grateful
memory of their countrymen. "While
the people boast of the great extent
of their country, they are not. un
mindful of the fact that the Union
had to be cemented in the blood of
thousands of its sons. That Ame
rica is a land of freemen from ocean
to ocean, and from the Uieat Lakes
to the Gulf of Mexico, is duo to
the struggle that called into exist
ence the Grand Army of the Be
public. The observance of Decor
ation Day is therefore more than a
sentimental memoiial of the dead;
it is a national acknowledgment of
the immense service these men ren
dered for the emancipation of the
living. It is a duty which the peo
ple of every country owe their native
land to perpetuate the remembrance
of men who faced the hardships and
fataliticSiOf war for the purposci of
establishing peace, and who secured
homes for others by "leaving their
own. fi'he American people arc
more mindful, probably, than any
other nation of the defenders of
their country. The present anni
versary has, by this time, become a
fixed institution. The bcrviccs and
doings of the day arc entered into
with all the national enthusiasm for
which Americans arc fumed. Wher
ever there is a citizen of tho.
Great Republic thioughout the
world, the day is certain of.
being, at least, duly, noted.
Members of the Grand Army df tho
Republic look forward to "it as a
sacred duty to join in doing honor,
to the memory of their departed
comrades. The anniversary may
well commend itself to every people
possessing tho boon of freedom. The
dissolution of the Republic in 1801
would have been a damaging blow
to civilization that perhapsccnturies
might not be able to tcpair. Wher
ever a people arc found Htrnggliiig
for representative and pomijaiyiristi
tutions, they instinctively point to'
tho United Stales as an Illustrious
example of the success of stjlf-gov-crument.
And the proudest vindi
cation of the principle of self-government
that tho wotld ever saw,
was the Civil War of 1861-5. The
men who threw their lives into tile
gap when the Union was temporarily
. t eminent that tho wotld ever saw, I-iObl.
OfeL was the Civil War of 180 1-5. The' TpRO-M "JV.'B. Luce's paddock, Nuu.
mam , . .. ., A mm Valley, a young Jersey Bull,
Mmm.M men wlio threw their lives into the i,rauaca W. P. Anyone returning the
iMtfiiVh in 'inirriihyyir'iliililli ifiMM inline ""ji" 7 i'lltiiitlllii iMiilli "
forced asunder arc entitled to tho
honor and gratitude of every man
who Is capable of appreciating
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
The revised edition r the Old
Testament is out in London. The
correspondent of a oertnln New
Yoik newspaper offered SiOO for
simply an advance ropy of the Re
vised Old Testament at one Uni
versity publishing house. Tho
olllceis having the printing in charge
were obdurate In refusing the cor
respondent's request. One corres
pondent says ho was authorized by
his paper to spend $2,500 in tele
graphing the main features of the
new version. The first, orders for
the issiiu for the revision amounted
to over 100,000 copies. .
Two deaths from cholera were re
ported at Marseilles, France.
It is said the Spanish authorities,
that for a long time tried to conceal,
the Tact of cholera being in Spain,
have been exaggerating the good re
sults of inoculation with cholera
iniciobcs. The experiments having
been tried mainly on the . best and
cleanest living classes of people, arc
regarded by impartial critics as less
decisive than if tried on .the lower
A COM) wavi:.
A Vienna despatch of May 17th
says: A terrific snowstorm is pre
vailing throughout Austria and
Hungary. Numbers of persons
have been frozen to death, and the
crops generally have been destroyed.
A London despatch of the samo(
date says : Stormy and cold weather
is general throughout Europe. Much
damage to crops and property is
reported from many places. ,
Political interest in Paris centres
on the proceedings of the. Suez
Canal Commission. The English'
delegates refuse to admit the pro
posed international surveillance of'
the canal. Germany has shown her
self far more hostile to England
throughout than France. Italy has
been neutral in the surveillance
question, though she leaned toward
England. As the basis to their
opposition to England the German
delegates resuscitated the , first
counter proposal made in a, moment
of irritation by France after tho
issue of Granville's circular in 180.' ,
France subsequently made u second
counter proposal, which all the
Powers clearly understood to have
completely annulled the previous
one. The English delegates arc
convinced that even if an agreement
is reached on the point now at issue,
Bismarck will raise fresh difiiculties.
TIIK HUSH I'ARTY.
Irish Nationalists continue to de
nounce the Government for its pro
posals to renew the Crimes Act, and
nave icsolvcd to introduce' a bill
next year to reform tho administra
tion. The bill will establish the
central control of the. Hoard of Pub
lic Works at Dublin, and will super
sede tho present grand jury system
by elective county boards. Parnell
and Uealy will have charge of the
new Building Act in the next House.
Lord Randolph Churchill is re
ported anxious that the Conserva
tives should make common cause
With Farncllites and Radicals in re
sisting the Crimes Act. Lord Salis
bury, however, will not acquiesce
ill such aschcmc for upsetting the
Government. The Conservatives
represent property and Protestant
ism, and the real object of the Act
is to prevent such classes being
robbed and murdered.
Ui.o. W. DisLoxo Post, No. 45.
XIJll'AUTM'T or UALH'OKNJA, G.A.U. )
HONOLULU, Jttay UU, 18B5.J
.Tho. public aro, hereby cordi-1
ally invited to lie picsent at
tho services of Memorial
Day, to ho hold at Niiuanu
Cemetery, at 2 p.m. to-day
(May aoth), and nlsoat Music
Hall, .this, 'evening, atJ7:30
o'clock. Scats free. Hy order
of N. li. EMERSON,
.. . Post Coinmnuder.
Por'JXMUS F.' NbuLE", Adjutant. It
THOS'. G-. THRUM'S
Mcrcliant;St. News Agency and ijltn.
' tlonery Hwalncss moves to Ills
X'OItT NTMtKKT NTOKM,
1)1 Brewer's Hlock. lw
I FOIt SAIiK.
l rOUNG Plgti. i:sf,f x, Berkshire
Polaud China breed. Apply to
ir u i Tim.'
a I lw
W. S. LUCE.
f r jq I iBUh
Rollor Coaster for Snlo.
k P. SMITH will receive bids tin
June 1st, for tho Holler Coattor.
Not bound to accept the highest nr any (
Hid. sarco to no removed irom tno pre
mises to make room for enlarging tho
Central Park Mating Kink.
D. P SMITH, Honolulu PoM-Officc.
MRS. J. P. HOWEN, late of New
York, lms opened an Ait Needle
Work and Drcs.iunklng establishment
over Frank Gcrlz's hoot and shoo store,
No. 103 Port Street. Kensington, Arm
scne, Chcnlllonnd Ribbon work, Plastic
Clay and Kensington Painting taught.
Stumping nnd designing done in tho
best mnnnor at icasonahlc rates. 29 2w
. Saratoga Houee.-v r
"VTH. H. BARBER, late manager of -J
-it, tno Astor liouic, negs to announce
to bis friends and the public in general
that ho has, purchased the,, Saratoga
'House, nnd will reopen on Sunday,
May 21th. rirst.elass bo.ud by tho
week, month or transient. , Sncchil ac
icorumodatton ordadlcs and) fainili6b.
Reading Pari oWopcif for guests of the.
house. The coolest dining rooms In the
city. No flics. 20 2m
Matinoo with Music. cvory, Wednesday Alter-
June 2, "Wheelbarrow Race, gentlemen,
June 5, Fancy Skating, gentlemen, for
' gold and' sllvcmedals ;
June 5, Grand Bon-Bon Party. 25td
'Central MUMif M
Comer Bcrctanla & Punchbowl Streets.
This Splendid Rink,
Having the best of floors, Is open every
AFTERNOON and EVENING -J
EST of thonveok: -a
M.,TJ flI O
Tuesday nnd Fridayjbcnlngs, and Wed
nesday afternoon. Atsfdiious attention
paid to the comfort iimbiplcasurciof oil
'Admibtlou 25 cents, no other chaigc.
SW Just received, large assoitmcntof
Skates. Patrons will 1q jiurr)Hlicd
citlicr B & IJ Club or Strap 'Skates.
U. P. SMITH, Piopiietor.
C. BREWER I CO.
Oiler for Side to nrnvo per
.From Boston, due
JTr&ssr 1st; ies
Franklin Stovo Coal in C tsks,
iJ hbls Crushed Sugar,' "' 'J
Cites Prayer's Axle Urease,
do Jloa Handles, ,, , .j
Bpls No J,(Rosln,
. . ,i
Hay Cutlers, (
y, bids Wllmincton Tar.'i
"Wilmington Pilch, ,
Bales Navy Oakum, i .
Cases E Lard Oil, '
Griudstonps, Iron Safe,
' ,,, Fa r,mer's. Boilers,
Ilhls Dairy Salt,
Bbls (Jcment,,! ""d in Ox Howe,
Case's Axe and Pick Tlahulea,
m,ia -w.. ri,., nA.if
""' " t """ ur
1 ' Cumberland Coal In hulk,
siwifpofofroftp :iw ,
Oak Lumner, Avhlio Wood Lumber,
Walnut Lumber, Ash Lumber, '
Eastern WJdto Pine LumVer,
Refngerdtois; w '
uases Tinneu Tomatoes
Electrlo &. Downer's Kerosone
Ketchup and Codfish Halls,
ieh Halls, .
cases Suusniio i:
Cases Huokin's Tcmnto Soup,
. Cases, " ' Mook Turtle Hmip.
Cases " Ox Tail Soup,
Centrifugal' Linings, ,
Hucketfc, L,imo VasUBoaids,
"Cases Chairs, Cotton Waste,'
Cases Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Keg's Yellow M. Sheathing Nail's,
" Hbls Twines Bales puplf.t ,
' Crises TurpenUne,
Cases Brown Soap
iy l.i.i.. "Art.. ..-..I itn'f...
Hook Cases, Assoitcd,,
Extension Top Carriages,
Cases Curled Jlqlr, , ,
Drums of Caustic Soda.
AM BAILHY and Hi GOOHMAN aro
tcQiicstrd to c.tll nt the Royal
I EXPRESS, Truck. C.urlage ami Sad
U illr lloisep. Double and single
harncSs bti'ggys ft till carriage, also one
skeleton uncoil. Apply to
'12. H. MILKS, llaw'h Hotel Sin bios.
' IM1AT very deniable and convenient
.L Fiu!lv Residence on Itcrclnula
Street, inilfl lately occupied by V. H.
Pratt, Esq., completo with out. houses,
stables, gardens and pasture. Abo, the
premises occnplcd nt present a a Law
Oulco. by John Russell, Hsu.., centrally
located near tho corner of Fort and
Merchant Stiocls. For pniticulais, np.
ply cither by letter or otherwise to)
DR. BTANaRNWALD, Merchant St.
The above celebrated
MnlHon OWN. HAN
COCK will stnnd for
tin. crtnenn nl. Pnnlnli,
fj' ' RliiHnv'iJ. rniiipf Oupi'ii.
and Punchbowl) Streets. Charges, $().
iFor pedigree anil Ifurthcr pnitlenbut,,
apply to ' ' ' CAPT. CLUNEY1
:',2 lm I i
jrxi: mil. ins.-. j
NOTICK is hereby ghen Hint till
parties wishing to hnc '
ai Ivapiulanl 'Park, on June" 11th, 1885,
. must'apply witliout'debiy to the
, ' r , ' .j( ,
Voni cciiciH? "835.00.
Per order Kapiolani l'arlt ARJooiotion.
i 31 .til ' t.
.-4 57' '" "'
rpiIK MAIL by the
JL f$. S. !&.lni)ieda,J
-AVill bloiclit'tfnSPoht Offlce.ii
" At 10 a.in.,-'Hroiiday?-
Juno 1. 188."j.
' IjATE LETTER RAG will 'lie
kept open tlllul a.m., to receive
lato letters, on .which an addlttoual fee
of Five Cents. each' lfclt'cr imi5t lie paid.
Letters forREQiBTisATioN will bo re
ccived till 0 o'clock on ilondny. . '
Persons mailing correspondence! on
the morning of thoAtenmer's depaitniK',
are requested to stamp all letters before
II. M. AVHITNEY P.M.G.
Post Ollico, Honolulu, May 20th. 1885.
, r-r-. -- i , 'I i i
. v. ' il.' . I j.. ! IV
Engineers for i 885-6.
TILK Election of Engineers v. ill lake
place at tho'Knclne.ioom of MeJ
chanic Engine, Company No-f, ,,,,, I J
Poll to.opciirati7.0'clock and closeatll)
. i. '.
, ; !
N.f B. Tho several Company Secre.
paries ar,c hereby requested to,handln
jthelr' lists 'of members Jn'good'stauding
ibe'forcll3 b'clodk noon bf,s41d flav.'J
' Per'Oider, " HENRY" SMITII.l
'. Chairman of Election.
l T A 111)11 A1)T f
.' r loj'lilf ' I
litllCgiBpt Made?i"H&V hoEqiialH ,
Give it one trial on'Tarnlshed' Metals'"
U8 6&,,S23Jj'IA )'
It is a vcgetablo polish and wananlcd
free from' Acids, Pois6ns,'or' GrlttyWub.
stances, nnd is superior to anything or
tho kind hwctoforooffgrcd'totho'publjQ
for cleaning arid polishing Meinl Sign's,
Railings, Show1 Cases, Harness jMomit.
Ings, Hand Instruments, Ilrnss or Meta'
Lamp', Faucets, Stair Rods,-Looomotiyoi
Aleadlights, Gun Barrel s.IBraas.'Conper,
-"NDiALb METALS. j
' It, iSMeapooially indaptod to .Marine,
Railroad, Btatignaiy aud Flio Engine
Works, (ho or cold), and being free
from acids on g?l,t, will not" Injure
journals, bearings, life black lettciing
tho llncst'polblied ijurfaqe.
Tho cleanest 'and belt Polish' ''for
Ladies Io use for Household nnd ICltch.
'cii use. It is put up neiitly ami eohveni.
e'ntiy'to suit 'all, ln'4, SaiHllO 6. ('ami
llvo pound hoxesi, and every lmx gtiaian.
toed perfect. ,
Xrl!CH, SSu', ."fOo7Bo Cii IS 1.
Aside fiom its uncqual)cd polishing
nualltics,lts strongest ohiinl-on tho pub.,
dlo favor est? in its absolute purity and
cleanliness, being a el9im, e'reainy paste,
easily and concnieYiUy applied. For
SiioaC1 " ' ' -
MCLEAN'S CIGAH BTORH,
TO Hotel St., AstorllouEe.
SYL. J. OARTY, Solo Agent for Haw
aiian Islands. 1013
Hoiolih Fire BepariGi
MBaaagnrrnTrwna.rwiTiTif vmu niMpiiiuMawMMMi.imMi iMwwiiftiunii. ,,
Nos. 6 J, 83 and 65 Fort Street,
We wish to announce the anival of our new Summer Stock in our
which is the most complete in this city.
SK2 Feathers Cleaned and Curled.!
Native Straw Sowed in all the Styles of Hats.
1 500 pieces of Dress Lawns at very Low Prices.
' '-' New designs lu Dress Goods, Satins'cc Buntings.'
.Ladies' Wrappers and Children's Dresses
iiv largo varieties. A large invoice of Laces and Embroideries.
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Hosiery
in the latest styles.
BOYS' WAISTS I BOYS' WABSTS !
Youths' Boys' anil Children's Clothing a specialty.
bop-NEW GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT, -a
' ' l ttS" Call abd be Convinced, -a
S. COIIN & COMPANY.
SUCCESSOR'S TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AKD SAM'L KOTT.
,. , , IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House rurniuhing
. ' Goods, and, General Merchandise-
Just jeccived, J'Mdy's.Rcfrigcralors aud Icu Chests, new styles of Chandclien
and Llbraiy Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
e3 3F'JVIi:.I3J:VIVKS, .AiID I-IOWJE'S SO-AJLVES.-QSa
All of which aroi offered upon favorable terms.
,' PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
JOI I0TT, i. 8
G-ianite, Iron and Tin Ware !
; - Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, .
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HbSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PIUMBIHG, TIN,' COPPER AND
SHEET ' IRON WORK. '
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business, Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
. J3.SXAJ3LIgrjH::EaD 1870.
Offices in Campbell's Fire-proof Building, 27 Merchant St,, Honolulu,. H. I
l. O. lIOTCUlfi tilt Telopbonu X78, I
'RBXLJilSTATKrAGENT H'uys and i tolls Real Estate in all parts of the King
(loin. Hunts Olllce.s, Houses, Cottages and, Rooms,
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-18LANH STHAIIERS-Tour
ivtsiind,,the'jayeling Public, will apply to mo for Tickets and Information to
the Volcano. " ' -
'SOUlOnWG'AGEN'lvFORTHK MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK-The Largest, Giandest and Soundest Ineibution of its kind in the
World. ' , , ( , . ,
jAGENT'FOU .THIJ GREAT 'HUHLTNGTON HAILWAY'ROUTE IN AMERICA
ThisRonto excels all oilier ionics goiiijfKatit, U6 iceuerV being the grandest,
the meals the choicest and the Palace Uad Dining, Cars, tbCi'lmndson)fst''nnd nion
, jconifortttblc T ,
EMPIYitENT AGEKT Findb Employment for all eeklng woik in tltu viul-
oua brnaehei of iiulustry-on the Islands.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON i'lllE INBTJKANOE CO.
The best known Company in the, Islands.
PUSTOM nOUSE BROKER Enters Goods at Custom- House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duty Bill under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loihib Money at allllmcs ouWl-chibi Etcmitly.
GENERAL RUSJNESS AGENT Legal Papers of every. description di.iv, n. mils
Dlstnlmied and Collected. Hooks and Accounts kop't aiid ndjiibteil. llecords
Searched, Rents Collected. ' Tuxes ami IiiHiiauco on Property h.okid nfter.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertisements, Newspaper AilUlc, Corre's-
j poudenoo und Commercial Hjisiucjos of every nature piomptly,.mil ai'Liuately
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIO HALL AT HONOLUMJ-Compaiiics, ahioad
will oonespond vithme for lorms, etc. orilerp fur Inland Bhellh, Ciirins Lnru
Spcclmen?,'Nntivo yiews and Photos carefully hllul aud forwarded, to'i.ll oarls
of the World.
JSlT Information upptrUlnidg to the
fullyiaiiswered, c t
"' ' ;n .
873 '" ' Genoral
Islands given aud all Lpmv-ppadeiice
' " . . r
JOSEPH JB. WISKMAK,
Business' Agont, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.