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Honolulu, H.iwnilan Island
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And their agonu In
NEW YORK. nOSTON, HONO KONO
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &S011 London.
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tin) Hunk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliilstchurch, nnil Wclling'on.
Tht! lliiik of British Columbia, Vic-
lorla, 13. C. iinil Pot Hand, Or.
Transact n General Hanking Business.
PlcJjcd to neither Sect sot Fort;.
Bat eitibllibed for the benefit of Ml.
MONDAY, JUNE 29, 188fi.
THIS EVENINC'S DOINCS.
Masonic Lodge lc Progres lie lc
Harmony Lodge, 22.214.171.124?., 7:U0.
Yoscmitc Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7.
Look out for, "The Fnirics of
Mauna Ken," in to-morrow's Buixu-rrs.
i. iH Him in i uuauuiwiwwiuiiiii ii i
found, out of llie inillgnnnt crowd,
who would lino courage enough to
cscoit this committee mul to back
them with the authority and weight
of the popular presence For hero
selfishness is tho only ruling incon
tivo, and tlioso who growl the most
nie too much nfiaid of loMng a cent
in showiug out. J'rtttfcncc, 1 was
going to call it differently, lias the
best of discontent.
A Good pasture for Horsos,
TAK TOW, ill 2 r0 per month.
JLN Pdtturo fccurcly fenced, and no
lek hornrn neceni
MONTANO. at Manoa Vnllev.or order
can bo loft at Mclntyro fc Brothcr'e
grocery store, corner of Fort and Mug
street. 50 Sin
to A. A. tLm H B IL ILn DJ9 1 a E J5 Rl JB m m
Owing to a crush of matter imper
atively requiting immediate insertion,
readers are let off from attendance
upon editorial lecturing this evening.
Those of our readers who arc not
fully versed in the hisloi' of these
islands will find on our fourth page,
to-day, some reading which, we
trust, will prove instinctive as well
AN ORIENTAL QUESTION.
Kiiituu Uui.i.r.TiN: "Is Japan
an Ablatio country?" is tho heading
of nu article in this morning's Ad
vertiser, in which the writer agrees
that Japan is not Asiatic in the
sense that China is. From this no
one who has any knowledge of the
two countries and peoples will dis
sent. Nor does the prejudice which
exists here against the Chinese
among natives and whites apply to
the Japanese. Of course, it may
be possible to find n few cranks that
oppose Japanese immigration, or
any other immigration that might
be attempted. Taken altogether, it
appeals to me that tho Japanese are
about the best class of people that
could be biought to the country,
and immeasurably ahead of South
Sea Islanders and others that were
formerly brought here by the Gov
ernment. I know this view to be
held also by many long resident
here who have given the matter care
ful and mature consideration. No
one familiar with Japanese history
of the past tw enty years can with
hold admiration for that progics
sivc nation, and no one who has had
practical experience among the Japa
nese people can help cbteeming and
welcoming them to these islands.
TA71TH OH WITHOUT
V T Delightful sen bathing. Dodd's
'l)iiic3 run to the place when two or
moro nascncirs oner. Appiy io
S. 2H. CARTER,
AQENT 10 TAKE
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts.
Tuesday, Juno 20, Fancy Skating by
Gentlemen. Frite, ?10; same conill.
tloiu us SJ'.lrd.
1010 Urn D. I. SMITH, Proprietor.
Office with Mr. Flshbournc.
STALLION FOR SALE
VIM VERSUS PRUDENCE.
Editoii Bulletin : I do not think
that there has scarcely ever been
written in the newspapers of these
Islands, any article moic to the
point, and with more telling argu
mentation, than the "East, West
and Middle," published in last
Thursday's Bulletin. It comes
with no uncertain note, to corrobo
rate the views on the population
question, expicsscd by myself and
other writers in the . Gazette, and
it further shows that the era of that
period of ciisis which I termed the
"To be or not to be" question of
these Islands, is dawning on us with
an awful rapidity, fast exceeding
what our most pessimist thinkers
could have predicted. I do not
know whercfrom the Gazette pro
cured its last statistics on the actual
tendencies of tho anivals and de
partures, which no official organ has
l)ccn able to coutradict, and on
which such masterly comments have
been made : but I can say that they
very nearly agree with my own fig
ures on the subject, with this res
triction, that, if in any way incor
rect, they arc helow the exact truth,
for the icason that the Gazette has
evidently not taken in account the
stowaways, which form, it appears,
quite an item, some ships having
been known to have taken away
more than ten at a time, of course
nearly all white people. Further I
can add that the statistics of this
current month, June, will show that
the evil is far from decreasing, for
not only the excess of departures
over arrivals, for white people, will
be found to constitute another fear
ful percentage of loss, but the
Asiatic augmentation will now be
represented by two factors, the
Japanese havinsUo be added to the
ever crowding in Chinamen. And
then, if any observer will note the
exodus on the next Alameda, and
compare it with the notice published
in the Advertiser, of thirty-two
Chinamen going into sugar business
on Molokai, he will be able to infer
other ominous "signs of the times."
And can it be then wondercd if the
white laborers, which 1 call the very
marrow of the population, are re
duced to starvation and forced to
leave these shores thus rendered so
unhospitablc to them? As for the
native laborers, if they do not yet
feel the pinch quite as much, it is
owing to the fact that the monthly
mortality among them is sufllcicnt to
continue- occupation for the dimin
ishing few. But even this will not
last, and it will not be very long
before the natives themselves will be
tinned out of their employments by
the invadeis, who will also take
away from them their women, al
ready too scarce.
What is then to be done? You
justly say, "The invasion must be
stopped." But only one thing can
realize this, and it is the downfall
of the present administration, who
not only connives at, but wishes for
the Mongolian invasion. And here
the question lies in a nutshell. There
is not "vim enough" in our popula
tion, so that, as you say, "our peo
ple will richly deserve the fate im
pending over them." I venture to
say that if un indignation meeting
was held, and if men were found to
act as a committeo for lespectfully
transmitting tho views, the "dolc
auecs," of the peoplo to tho head of
the etatc, not ten men could be
DIVIDEND of Three Dollars ptr
sliure will be paid to the block-
holders of Wildor's Stcnmhip Com
pnnv (Limited), TUEbDAY, June 30,
1883. S. B. ROSE,
Secretary Wildcr's S. S. Co,
Honolulu, June 20, 1885. 50 It
On Tuesday, Jtmo SOih,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, In front of
our Silcisrooni, the line Hawaiian,
bred Biy Stallion
This fine animal was sired by the
well-known Stallion Cator, out of a
choice Thompson marc ; is 0 years old,
and sound In every respect. This offers
a rare chance to obtain a fine stallion
for hrceding.saddlc animals.
J. A. Mackenzie,
Having opened a shop on
(opposite the Church), Is prepared to
execute all o.dcrs for ,
Plumbing, Gas and Steam
And general work in his line. All
orders promptly attended to, nnd climgcs
slrlaly inodeiate. 40 am
Nob. 61, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
Tho Tine American Baik
A. W. NEWELL Master
Due nt this port on the
lOth July IVext,
Will have Immediate despatch for Hong
We vrish to annoanoe th arrival of oar new Bummer Stook In our
which is tho most complete in this city.
S38 Feathers Gleaned and CurSed.'a
Native Straw Sewed in nil tho Styles of Hats.
fi eight or pnivngo apply Io
iv C. BREWER & Co., Q
A SECOND-HAND ORGAN, in good
XX order. I all in
GONSALVES & CO.,
BY A YOUNG MAN, n position either
in a store or plantation, a? book
keeper or clerk; lefeicncc given if re
queued; wages not so much an object
us work. Addrcs " H. E. U.," this
office. 59 2t
MEMBERS of Honolulu Engine
Company, No. 1 The mcmbeis of
tho above Company lire leuuestcd to
cill on the Treasurer, Mr. John A.
Spear, at llioglie, Speai & Co.'s, Foit
street, and pay up their dues by tho 12th
of July, or those owing over 3 will not
be exempt fiom taxes, a- tho Secretary
will have to make relurrs to the As
sessor by llie llth of Jul v. By older of
the Foreman. P. O'SULLIVAN,
M lw Secretary.
i2V' HTMIE officers and members
i&w(f J. of Lodge LoPiogiesde
fTT- 1 'Oponnin, No. 121, A. F. &
'7$' A. M, ale hereby notified
that tlieir regular monthly liicctinp: will
bo held THIS (Monday) EVENING,
June 29, 1885, at 7:30 o'clock. Sojourn,
ing Brethren are cordially Invited. By
older of the W.W.
Jambs Simmons, Secretary. fiO It
Fori of July Meeting.
Monday Evening, June 29, '85.
nnHE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
JL and Sub-Cominlttec appointed for
the Fourth of July celebration, and nil
Ameiicnns, arc requested to meet at tho
Hawaiian Hotel TO.NIGHT, to comldcr
achungciii the piogrammo heretofore
made for celebrating thu Fourth. Meet
ing to bo called blimp nt 7:"0 p.m.
DR. J. S. McGREW, Chairman.
J. E. Wibkmax, ScciPliuy. C'J It
ANTIQUES AND HORRIBLES!
TY ORDER OF W. C. PARKE.
JL) ESQ., Assignee of the Bankrupt
Estate of G. D. SCHRAEDER, wo will
sell,nt Public Auction
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 30th,
At 10 A. M., at the premises on Hotel
street, opposite the Fashion Stables, the
stock and utensils of said estate, com.
Iimps, Meat Blocks, Knives,
Jlirkct Baskets Sausage Cuttcr,
Rubber Hosc,"Desk, Ice Chest, Etc.
1 L-irge Bay Horse, s
1 Small Bay Horse,
1 New Meat Cail,
1 Second-hand Meal Cirt,
1 Four-wheel Carriage,
1 Set Carriage Hai ncss,
1 Set Light Cart Harness,
1 Set Heavy Cart Harness, Bridles
and Saddles. Etc. Terms cash.
08 2t LYONS & LEVEY, Auct'ii.
Special Credit Sale
WE ARE INSTRUCTED BY G. W.
MACFARLANE &, CO. to offer
ut Public Auction, on a liberal credit,
at our Salesroom, on
Thursday, July 3, 1885,
AT 10 A. M.,
The following lot of new consignments,
just rccehed from the mnnufactoiies:
India Rubber Water-Proof Coats;
Water-Proot Leggin, Etr.;
Austrian and Newcastle Rugs;
Blankets assoited colors;
A CHOICE INVOICE OF
Tailors' Cotton Printed Linings,
C Coils eacli of 2 and S.inrh.
Best Engli-h LEATHER BELTING.
A very fine assortment of GENT?S'
A small but line lot of SUPERIOR
An invoice of LACED BICYCLE
SHIRTS (white and colored), speci
ally mnnufactuied for this market.
Also, a choice lot of LADIES
SHAWLS, and other goods too numcr-'
ous to mention.
58 4t LYONS & LEVEY, Auct'rs.
Orange aid Lemon Trees.
ALL PERSONS WILLING to tnko
part in or assist the procession of
Antiquis and Humbles on tho Gloiious
Fourth, nre ipouinlly icqiicsted to meet
at thu officii ol Mr. J. E. Wiseman to.
morrow (Tuesday) evening, June 30th,
at half.past 7 o'clock.
II . F. REHEARD, Chairman.
C. K. Miu.Eit, Secretary.
Honolulu, Juno 20, 1E8 j. GO 2t
rpiIE MAIL by tho
Will close at tho Post Ofllce,
Al 10 A. M. Wednesday,
July 1, 1885.
A" LATE LETTER BAG " will he
kept open till 11:U0 a.m., torcceho
Into Icttcitt, on which tin additional fee
of Five Cents each letter must bo paid.
Lcttern foi IlKQifintATioN will bo rc
cehed till 0 o'clock on Wednesday.
Fersotib mailing correspondence on
the morning of thu steamer's departure,
arc icqucalftl to stamp all letters hefuro
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G
Pobt Office, Honolulu, June 23th, 1&65.
THESE TREE3 ure of the very best
kinds. ONE DOLLAR EACH.
For sale by
FOURTH OF JULY RACES
TO HE HELD AT
Under the Auspices of the
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB !
Raocs'eommcnco at 2 o'clock p.m. sharp.
600 pieces of Dress Lawns nt very Low Prices.
New designs in Dress Goods, Satins & Buntings.
Ladies' Wrappers and Children's Dresses
in large varieties. A large invoice of Laces and Embroideries.
Ladles', Misses', Children's and Infants' Hosiery
in the latest styles. '
BOYS' WABSTS ! BOYS' WABSTS I
Youths', Boj's' and Children's Clothing a specialty.
BQT-NEW GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. -a
BSS Cull and be Convinced. -TBa
S. COHN & COMPANY.
itAcr. o. i.
AMERICAN CUP $75 added. Half
mile dash; free for all; weight for age.
ItACi: So. .
KAPIOLANI PURSE-fUOO. Mile
dash; for Hawaiian bred horses; weight
IIACE Xo. .1.
AMATEUR CUP Trotting or pacing;
best two in three; for rtcmucrs of the
Jockey Club only.
KACK Xo. .
FOURTH Or JULY CUP Mile dash ;
a sweepstake of $f0 added for named
Horses; wclgul lor age.
llACi: Xo. 5.
KALAKAUA PURSE 150. Two
milcdnsli; tree for all; weight for nge.
Entries close on Wednesday. July 1st,
nt 2 o'clock p.m., at the ol'llcc of the
Secretnry, with tho exception of race
No. 4. C. O BERGER, Sec'y.
YosemitB Mil Kit
Pacific Hardware Company
ESUCCESS0ES TO DILLINGHAM & CO. AND SABTL N0TT.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House FurniBbing
Goods, and General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Rcfiigcrntors and Ice Chest, new styles of Chandeliers
and Library Lamps, Stovts nnd Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
B3T" FAIRBANKS' AND HOWE'S SCALES.-
All of which arc offered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
Will be open ecry afternoon and even
ings as follows:
Monday. "IVodiiehUay. Tliurnitny
To the public in general.
Tuesday and Friday l'.venlncH,
Wednesday nnd Snturday
For ladies and tlieir escorU.
NOW LANDING !
SUGAR BAGS, '
Rest sizes and quality.
Flooring: Tiles for Garden Walks;
PJpes Suitable forDialnn.
Squnro & Arched Fire Bricks;
Corrugated Iron Hoofing;
Velvet & Tapestry Centre
Itiigfs Ac Mats.
Apply to THEO. II. DAVIE3 & CO.
AMUSEMENTS TO COME:
June 30 Polo between tho Myrtles and
July 4 A Pig Hunt for a prize.
July 7 Polo between Yosemites nnd
July 10 Pop, Corn Party.
July H Polo between Alerts and
July 19 Neck-Tie Party ; $." pd for
July 21 Polo between Yosemites and
Alerts for prize.
July 24 Ilum Hunt ; prize.
July 25 Turkey Hunt, for natives.
July 28 Two mile Race for prize.
July 31 Grand fancy dress masquer
ade, Four prizes will bo
given ono for the hundsom.
est costume, one for the most
original one, one lor tho
host sustained character, nnd
one for tho most comical.
Fancy skntcu must look out for the
month of Augiibt.
Dancing eery Friday evening from
I) to 1U.
Slublo ly tlio Unnd,
Every Tucsduy, Friday and Saturday
Evening; alho at the Wednesday Ma
tinee. T. E. WALL, Manager.
A BARGAIN !
J. A. DOWER
in a I; i!
to close the quarter
room for a new (lc.
20 and 22 feet long, respectively j built
without huttH or jolntR in tho timbers,
Hides, planks and gunwales. These
bo.ils are open to inspection and com.
petition with any. 1 claim for lhe.'o
two boats that they aro not only
SUPERIOR TN BUILD,
Hut they will pay tho buyer, Iho coun
try and the builder better than any
other boat!,, and can he bold for less
money lu cash, from advantages gained
by an Invention of my own, and open
to others in this Kingdom for u trifling
Mutual Telephone No. 825. 88 lin
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and. Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
TIH, COPPEIt AND
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on the Hawaiian Ifllandi.
JESTA.13LTSHIDD 1 879.
Offices in Campboll's Fire-proof Buildiner, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
I. O. Box 31f t s s i Tolopliono la.lESH
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real Estate in all pat ts of the'Klng
. dom. Rents Offices, Homes, Cottages and Room).
SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILDER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS-Tour
IsU mid tho Traveling Public will apply to mo lor Tickets aud Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
OHIC The Largest, Giundest and SouniUtt Institution of its kind In the
AGENT FOR THE GREAT DURL1NGTON RAILWAY ROUTE IN AJ1ERIUA
This Route excels all oilier route going East, the cenerv Lclnir the crainie.t.
tho meals the choicest and tho I'alnce ami Dining Cats the handsomest and mott
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds Employment
ous branches of industry on the Islands.
foritll trtldng work In tlio vnrl-
SOLTOIT1NG AGENT FOR TIIE'CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
The best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Eiders Goods nt Custom House, pays and discharges
Freight and Duly llilli under power of Attorney.
MONEY BROKER Loans Money nt all times on first-class securltiy,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT-Legal Papers of c cry description drawn. Bills
Dlsuibuie.l and Lollecitd. Books and Ai counts kepi and ud juste, I. Rciorus
bearched. Rents Collected. Tuxes and liiEUinuce on Proj cny liokid after.
Copying and Engrossing done. Adviriiseinenls, Newspaper Artlile, Corres
pondence ami Commeriiiil Business of every uniuru piompily and accurately
attended t. '
AGENT FOR THE NEW MUSIC HALL AT HONOLUI.U-Companles abroad
will correspond with mu 1 r leims, etc. Oiden for Idiiud bholls, Curio, L iva
Siucliiii in, Native Viows and Photos carefully tilled and foi warded to all parts
of iIiq World.
J2T Information appertaining to the Islands given and nil correspondence faith,
JOSEPH J. WISEMAK,
873 General Business Agent, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands,
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