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T5ISIIOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Btuilc ol C'ullloi-iiia, H. IP.
Anil their agcnt3 in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &&in, London.
TIiq Connuciclnl Bank Co., of Sydnoy,
Tho Coinmcrcinl Rank Co., of Sydney,
Tht Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Cluistchurch, and Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, D. 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Dimness.
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I'lcilgoil to neither Gect nor ratty.
Bnt estiMlshcil for ths bcnoSt of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yoscmitc Skating Rink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink, 7.
Mystic Lodge, K. of P., 7:30.
A HINT IN TIME.
A large new building territory has,
risen above high water mark on the
reef beside the Esplanade. If a
lcspcctable building company could
be formed to buy the ground, lay it
off properly, ptovide it-with sani
tary appliances, and eicct decent
biick houses and shops on it, a line
addition to, the city would be pio
duced. The probability is, how
ever, that if the Government does
not stupidly make the ground the
site of useless foils and barracks,
shutting the public off the sea in
that direction, the land will pass
under Mongolian conquest. Then,
stranger entering our gates will not
have recovered from the shock of
passing a lazaretto as the most pro
minent subuib, until they will have
to hold their noses in passing a pes
tilential slum while approaching the
landing place. If the city of Hono
lulu is to be saved fiom deeper
degradation than an it has yet
reached, its civilized inhabitants
must wake up and see the inevitable
tiend of events, and seeing act in
the best interest of their homes and
THE FORT STREET CHURCH.
Kditok Bui.r.irrnr: In lcgaid to
theicfusalof some of the tiustccs
(only one, so far as I have heard,
objected to the use of the chinch for
the joint benefit of the relief fund of
the "Post" and the Woman's
VliriUian Temneiance Union), your
aiticle is partly tine. One of the
tiustccs, viz., Mr. V. C. Paikc,
told the wiiter "that, as the church
had been dedicated to the woiship
of Almighty God, the trustees ob
ject to allowing any entertainment in
the chinch, for which tickets are to
be sold " nothing about church
purposes. The wiiter said, "But
the tiustccs allowed Mr. McKenzic
to lectin e there, and charged fifty
cents apiece admittance, and cer
tainly this is as woithy an object as
that." The leply made by Mr.
Paikc was, "tho most of the trustees
were out of town then, and did not
object to the use of it." L.
A VITAL QUESTION.
Kihtoii Hui.i.r.Tix : I was quite
intcrostciLwith yonr practical and
.sound way of dealing with tho
"Pauper labor" question, and, from
other previous good ai tides of
yours, I see you concur with those
thinking people of ours, who con
sider the Chinese question as the
most vital question of all for the
Islands. In your issue of Septem
ber 10th last, you published, on this
subject, an elaborate article fiom
Mr. Z. Y. Squires, which was
replete with sound advice, with
practical and truly prophetic warn
ings; and its main argument cer
tainly hit the nail on the head, where
Mr. Squires made the suggestion
that the only legal and peaceful way
of putting a stop to the Chinese in
vasion, was to check their encioacli-
- incuts ill retail and wholesale busi-
The necessity of piompt action in
tha line is eyeiy day growing inoro
- patent and imperious, and it had
even been said that a check had
'ly been put on tho landing of any
f u Muers, But every in-coming
iiiew co. .. ...w .w-,.. ....,
rj 'vessel lies- ""V government
.shows that it. 'K "'" '-",
1 do not care to 6u. - tUo Chinese
indeed, were it not th- J13 llie
.hint the kanakas as rauw ''lduee
!f white, residents, it coum even .. -
W,1 a suggestion that tho administrate
Sfavor the inilux uncicrimnuuiuy, mi
"the very motive mat nicy Know umb
to every arrival of Chinese must
correspond exodus of white peo
ple aim l luinic mat. uio uuvuwi
'ment have often enough cleasly
BHliown that they do not hko those
'very -white peoplo who make me
strength aim wcauu oi wiu jYiiiguuui,
However it may e, mu cvii io
constantly growing, and tho last
, Oceanic steamer brought in again
ijHUe agatelle of only 200 Chinamen,
py SWLp . r Wn
to brag about 80 who went away by
the next steamer. Of courso those
200, wc arc told, were nil ' certi
fied, " but wo know what that means,
when it has repeatedly been said
that tho certificates aic openly sold
In China for S 10 or 860 apiece. Wo
must, thcrcfoic, as Mr. Squires said,
look out to the next Legislature for
a dam against the Hood, if wc do
not want to get all di owned, and
ccitainly, when studied into, the
question is not so very difficult to
The cause that specially incites
the Chinese immigration to this
country, is that every new-coming
coolie, whose solo ambition is to
shun haul-work as soon as possible,
has a fair prospect of quickly slid
ing into the easy task of cooks and
" washec-washces," from which any
averaged intelligent man soon sneaks
into the still more lazy life of store
keeping. Hence tho disastrous fact
of small or big stores owned by
Chinamen, cropping out like mush
looms all over the country, to drain
away all tho cash for sending away
to China. By these facilities every
Chinamen who gets into business, is
not only injuring our currency and
crowding out a white man, but he is
also lost to the laboring element, to
the pioduetho force of the country.
If wc do want some Chinese here, it
is as laborers, not as trailers.
Of couisc, sectaiian laws always
seem haul and unjust, but society
has also always a right to protect it-.,
self, and though I, myself, am in
favor of equality and justice for all,
and though I like Chinamen for cer
tain lespects, yet I acknowledge that
the Chiuesc arc such a sectarian and
exclusive class of people, that it is
no injustice to have special legisla
tion for them. As a class, they
don't mix up with other nations; as
a government, they do not allow
forcigiicis any of their national
privileges. It cannot, then, be
deemed unjust to retaliate, as it
were, by similar treatment, when it
is necessary to our own existence.
Therefoie, without even taking any
authority fiom the special laws wc
sec all the world over enacted
against Mongolians, it is cleaily a
duty for us heic to protect our
selves, and I suggest, as a key to
the Chinese trouble in these islands,
two special measures:
1st That a law be enacted for
the puiposc: () That no new
licenses, outside of those already in
existence, be issued to Chinamen for
aii3r kind of commerce or trade ; (&)
That those licenses that now exist be
cancelled, or not renewed, whenever
the piesent owners, by death, fail
uie, departme or otherwise, put a
slop to the business ; and (c) That
the present licenses be made not
transferable, except to lawful heirs
in case of death.
2ndly That the passport law, or
permission and certificate of lclurn
be made a serious and sti'mgcnt one,
by the fact ot every passport issued
being accompanied by a duplicate
photogiaph of the owner, or, in the
Chinese fashion, by a duplicate
thumb-mark, one copy of which to
be kept heie for identification on the
I will feel most obliged to you if
3rou kindly take in hand and pro
perly ventilate or discuss the above
propositions of yours truly,
Household Furniture for Sale.
HP HE undeisigued deshes to sell her
X. entire household furniliue. most
of -which lias only been in use for the
last three months. Apply immediately
at No. 1 Kiikui street.
i:ii liw MBS. O. II. WOOLMINGTOX.
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Facloiy, 13 Liliha sticct.
ARE now pieparul to furnish this
celebrated Champagne Cider at
(hull notice, iiml in quantities Io suit.
All oiders will meet piompt attention
by addicssing Tho Fisher Cider Co.
M T. DONNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone 3.10. 130 ly
TO LET OK LEASE!
A COTTAGE of r, 1001113, on Beieta
niii ntrett, m ith a largo lot of land
with fruit and ornamental tiees, water
and every convenience, rent $20 per
mouth. AUo a largo lot of laud with
carriage house, stalls for 3 horses, and
1 00111 foi man. Tho whole will ho rented
or divided to suit panics, and buildings
erected thcicou if ncoissaiy. ror p.uti.
culnn, apply to
1 3 2 j2w LYONS & COHEN.
S" UPKEME COUKT of the Ha
waiian Islands. In the matter of
the Btmkiuptcy of 1IENHY TUJU'ON.
15(foo Chief Justice Judd.
Ileniy Tin ton, doing business In La
hnlim and Honolulu, Islands of Maul
and Oihu, having been adjudicated
bankrupt on the petition of II. lluckfcld
&Co It is hcieby ordeied that all credit,
ors of mid b.mkiupt come in and proo
their daiim. before me, at my Chambers,
In Honolulu, on
Hlonilny, Oct. 1, 1885,
At 10 o'clock a. 111.
And it is fuither ordeie.l that upon
said day the creditors pioeeed to hold
i iij.LuriLW ot nn assigneo or as
X,, "b of said bankrupt estate, and that
hlgnu 'eof ,l0 published in tho Haw.
notice lit.. Daji.Y Bum.istin and Kuo
aiiau Gazelle, "irlng.
Ua until said In. let. 1. 18S5.
Dated Honolulu, v. V. JUDD,
A. -cine Com t.
Chief Justice Sup.
Attest: Hkniiy Smith, 130 Ot
A COMFORTABLE Iiouho and lot for
salo cheap on Viucyaid street.
Annlv on tho premises, icar
tiRMD SAMS OP
By older and at the More of Messrs. W.
O. Irwiu it Co., Fort street,
At 10 o'clock a. 111.,
M'lien vp will sell to close consignment,
tho enthc stock of
Japauum) litis & fares,
In pail nS follows.
Lubes' Embioideicfl Dressing Gowns.,
in Silk, Satin, Crepe and Linen; Gentle
men's Dressing Gowns, Embroidered;
Silk Figured and Gold Screens; a largo
assoilmcnt of Fans, in great variety;
Figured Bamboo Screens, Wall Oma
menu, Paper Cutters, Silk Scrolls, Hand
Painted Hall Lanterns, Silk Umbrellas
and Parasols, Card Cases, Hair Pins.
Crepe Neckwear, Hand Embroidered
Wall Pocket, Paper Table Napkins and
Tidies, Ilandkcichlcf ondQloe Boxes,
Hand Painted Picture Frames, Japan
Straw Hats, in nrlcty; Firo Sciccns
nnd Shade. A Largo Assortment of
Such as Hand Painted Tci Sets, very
beautiful. Large Vases and Flower
Potp, Hand Painted Plaques, Toilet Sets,
Tea Set, Tea Pots, etc., etc.
Jars Fine Quality Japan Tea,
Fishing Kod. Split BamLoo Shades and
Screen", Slatting, Cunc', etc , etc.
Tim sale will be held in the large
lower room of Irwin & Co 's stoic, wheri
there will bo ample accommodations for
the ladies, whose presence we especially
request, as tho goods will bo sold
WITHOUT RES EltVB, and consequent,
ly there will be opportunities forlar
gains in novelties of Japan good. 110C
often obtained here.
The room will be opened on FRIDAY
from 12 noon till 4 pm.
ADAMS & CO.,
I 0 0,000
For Sale al Low Prices
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Bingham, Alexander & Bere
I have leceived instructions to offer at
Public Auction, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7
At 12 o'clock M., at my salesrooms,
unless previously disposed of by
private sale, thoie
Lots of Land
On Bingham, Alexander ((onlinuation)
and Bcietania ttrcets. Numbered 1 to
C ns pei plan ni my ollce, nnd at the
following upset prices, vl:
No. 1 Bingham st, about 200ft depth,
90ft front. Upset Price $850.
No. 2 Bingham and Alexander sts,
about 190ft depth, 90ft front.
Upset Price $950.
No. 3 -Alexander st, 175ft depth, 100
ft front- Upset Price $800.
No- 4-Alexan'der st, 176ft depth, 90ft
front. Upset Price $800,
No. 5-Beretania st, 190ft depth, 87
l-2ft front. Upset Price $1,
050. No. 6 Beretania and Alexander sts,
190ft depth, 87 l-2ft front.
Upset Price $1,150.
Theso Lots adjoin Mr. Dillingham's
residence on the Eastern sido; arc op.
positcMr. Graham's and near the resl.
denco of Col. Bprcclcclti, and about three
minutes walk fiom the icgular omnibus
route to l'uualiou, and on tho lino of the
pioposed street railway. By agreement
with Mr. Wilder, puro artesian water
will be furnished at low rates. The
neighborhood Is very pleasant, and the
pure fresh bicco fiomManoa Valley
makes the location a healthy one. Tho
terms of tho halo will be namely:
Long Terms, Low Interest !
One fourth Cash,
One fourth in 1 Year,
One-fourth In 2 Tcais.
Oncfoiiilh in 3 Years,
With Intcri'Nt at 7 Per Cent !
K3P Phi lies wishing to purchase for
Cah will receive a liberal discount.
Tho Plans tiro at my Booms, cnll and
see them, and select a Lot at once, as I
expect to dispose of them all bofoio day
f Public Salo.
V. Deeds at purchaser's expense.
120 3 w JWJS J . LEVEY, Aucfr.
THE lceular meeting of tho Hono.
lulu ! Ire Department is postponed
until further notice, on account of the
Ball to-morrow evening.
1332t .1. ASCII, Acting.Chief.
rpilK Sale of Fnrnltnie, Books, etc..
X nt Judge Austin's house will bo
till further notice from 0 to
By 01 del of the Hon. W. L. Gieen, 1
will sell at public auction, nt my
alcsroom in Honolulu,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12,
At IS o'clock noon, unices disposed
of nt pi hate sale,
4,200 SHARES 4,200
Of the Capital Stock of the PAU
KAA fcUGAB COMPANY,
Par Value, $ I O pr share
In lots to suit purehacis. For further
particular, enquire of Jonathan Austin
nrF. M. Hatch.
137 ltlt LEWIS .1. LKVRV. All -1'r.
Seal Estate for Sale
No. 1 Foi Bent or Sale. Tho pitniKcs
owned nnd lately occupied by
Situated on Nuuanu i-trcet, in the valley,
opposite the Boval Mausoleum. The
grounds aic nmpie to keep two animals
being covered with good manicnlc turf.
Will be Sold on. Time Paym'nts
At reasonable iutcicst, or let
at a low figure.
No. 2 For Bent. The premises imme
diately above and adjoining that last
above mentioned, and known as the
The house has been put in fit-ialc ouler
throughout and newly papered and paint
ed. Will be let, or rented, for a term of
yeais at $15 per month.
No. y Foi Sale. Lot 1!)2 sitinted on
the eniner ot King and KceauiMoku
streets on the plain, on
Miuika Side of King Street,
Opposite the Govern
Frontage of 100 feet on King ttreet, and
137 feet on Keeaumoku Miect. Price
000. Tcims Cath, or hnlf cash and
balance 011 mortgage.
No. 4 Foi Sale. The premises owned
and lately occupied by
W. O. SIVEXTJEI,
Situated on Pens.ioola Mrect, having a
fionlngc on Pensaeohi street of 400 feet.
Gjiw ixikI "Wiiter
Laid on throughout the premises, with
gas machine complete. Also, a cistcin
with a capacity ot 1000 bbls connected
with tho Government pipes, for use in
case of drought or llro.
The View of Diamond Head
And tho Sea is unrivaled and cannot be
cut oil', owing to tho clcvalion'of the
premises. Prico $12,510. Terms Cash,
or one-third to one-half .gash; balance
on moilgage at 8 p'er cent.
No 5 ForSalo-
A Lot with new Dwelling:
House & Outhouses,
Situate on Kinaii tticct near the test,
deuce of W. B. Castle. Salo on account
of dcpaiture. Price .fil.OOO. Terms
Cash, or part Cash and balance on nioit
. gngo ot 8 per cent.
No. u For Sale
A Small Oattle Ranch
Situate in llannkun, Hawaii. Contains
258 ncies of good bind, suitable for
grazing, cane land. Within easy dis.
lance of tho landlug and the plantations
48 Head of choice Tame Cattle
Including an Unpolled Short Born
Bull, also 2 horses. Theio isn DWELL
ING HOUSE on tho pluce sultablo for a
family. All tho milk pioduccd is eoIiI
tor cash in the district. Chickens at $1,
pigs at 5 to $!i0, and pioduco, Ibid a
ready cash market In thu distilct. Part
of the land Is wooded sulUclently to
supply Ihcwood for tho wholo place.
The climate is cool and I racing. Price
$7,000, TerniH Cash, or part cash and
p ut 011 mortgage at 8 per cent.
L. A. THURSTON,
1S4 88 Merchant street. lw
Pacific Hardware Company,
Succeasors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FOKTHTHEEl', :::::: HONOLULU
Signal Oil, Soiling New for Carriage .Lamps.
Bet Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Kli:i Grocer Soap,
11 Supcilur Aiticle.
fiSr- Fire Proof Sales, Closing Out st Low Prices, "a
Full bines of Hoods upon Mo-t Favoi able Tei 111s.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the PoitujMicsc, cither
tor business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or any other helps, will find it
the most protltablo way to adcrtiseln
the Luso Hawaiiano, the new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which is pub.
lished on Merchant htuut, Gazette Build,
hip, (Post-Oillco Lettei Bo 11.), and
only ch.uges le.isontblc rates foi advertisements.
M. A. OONSALVES & CO.,
Are Now Receiving Fortnightly from the Coast, and Offer for Sale
A Complete Stock of Staple Groceries
Baking Powder, Case
Brans, every variety
Bread, Medium C ism
Bread, S. Pilot Cases
Bran, coarse and fine Sacks
Barley, whole and cracki-d, Susks
Barley, Pearl, Ca-e
Corn Meal, Case?
Coffee, Am Sacks
" Kona, Sacks
Flour, Bands, various 1 rinds
Fruits, Canned Caes
Herrings, Smoked, Crates
Hams, Dupee Casks
" Butl'alo Casks
Kerosene Oil, Nos. 1 and 2
Lard, Fairbank, Cases
" Banner "
" Armour "
Lowest Market Prices and Every Article Guaranteed. Also,
A Fine Assortment of Wines, &c,
On hand and to auivc per JUPITER now due,
A Select Lot of Choicest Madeira Wines.
i:iO M. A. OONSALVES & CO., Wholesale Groceis, Beacr Block, Honolulu. 3w
JOHN NOTT, 1. 8 UnM.
(xranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIH, COPPER AND
AM SHEET IRON WORK,
i. ' iv
To Let Furnished,
AT Ivllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
short time in the country. Apply to
180 tf Kil.iuea Sugar Co., Kauai.
ANNING'S ISLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit Applv to the
PACIFIC! NAVIGATION CO.
Lobster, Picnic, Cases
Milk, Condensed, Cases
Oyster-, McMu nay's, Cases
Olive Oil (.1 gal duiiii), Cases
Paste, Italian, Boxes
Pickles, English, Cms
Salmon, Columbia Hiver, Bbls
' JInltese Cross, Cases
Salmon Hollies, Kits
Soap, Yellow, Bo.es
" Blue Mottled, Boxes
Sugar, Cube and Powdered, Boxed
" Crushed, Bbls
" Haw, Sk.s
Spice, every vniktv, Cases
Tiibecum (.Man's), Cases
Teas, Japan and China
Vinegar, Red and WhitP, Casks
Wheat, Ciackcd, Ci'e?
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