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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Ilonolutu, Hawaiian Islanilt,
Draw Exchange on the
JSanlt ol' Calii'oruiu, S. X?1.
And their agents lu
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Coiniucrclul Hunk Co., ol Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstohurcli, mid 'Wellington.
Tlie Hank of British Columbia, Vic.
torln, 1). 0. and Portland, (Jr.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Hedged to neither Sect nor Fatty.
But established for the boaofit of all,
MONDAY, OCT. 5, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yosemitc Skating Rink 7.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7.
Harmony Lodge, T.O.O.F., 7:30.
THE AUSTRALASIAN MAILS.
It turns out that the first report
from New Zealand, legardiug a new
arrangement for the mail service to
and from San Francisco, was correct.
The Union line of steamers will give
communication between Australia
and New Zealand, and Mr. Peaice,
of .Glasgow, will maintain a line
between New Zealand and San
Francisco. Full particulars of the
'? arrangement do not appear in any
of the papers wc have received from
the Coast by the S. S. City of
Sydney. It was, however, under
stood in San Francisco up to that
vessel's departure that the service
for three years was assured, and
that it was on the basis of eighteen
days' passages between Auckland
and San Francisco. If the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company had been
less grasping and more sagacious, it
might have secured the contract.
It has never been shown, so far as
we know, that the service was an
unprofitable one to that Company,
and it received fair remuneration
for carrying the American mails,
notwithstanding the uproar it made
over the refusal of the United States
I'ostmaster-Gencral to give it the
major part of the foreign mail sub
sidy voted by Congress
Honolulu is to be congratulated
upon the maintenance of the -crvicc.
even if only for the additional mail
communication with the outside
world. That, however, is but one
of several great benefits conferred
upon this port and the kingdom by
inclusion in a line between the Coast
and the Colonics. To obtain the
r full benefit of the -ervice, however,
there should be no such abominable
compact permitted between the new
line and the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany, as exists between the latter
' and the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company. It is an outrage that
passengers and shippers cannot suit
their own convenience and choice in
the steamships plying between here
and the Coast, and between the
latter and the Colonies. There is
no legal sanction for such a state of
things, and we trust that our people
will take a firm stand for their rights
under the now arrangement, if any
renewal of the compact referred to
be attempted. This is not written
In ny spirit of antagonism to the
Oceanic Company, but entirely in
V the'" interest of the nublic. If the
latter Company runs steamers that
cannot return profits with the liberal
subsidy given by this kingdom,
without depiiving our people of
other transportation facilities
brought to their doors, then it is a
"" too expensive luxury for this country
to maintain. Vessels might be put
on the line which the traffic will
sustain, independent of adventitious
: aids that are prejudicial to our
trade. There can be little doubt,
however, that a proper agreement
could be made, for passenger traffic,
jit least, between the two lines,
which would result in mutual benefit
without involving inconvenience to
the public. An agreement .might
be made that would develop the
tourist travel to this group, to pro
portions far beyond anything
hitherto reached. It is not for us
to discuss details of such an agree
ment at present. There ought to
be enough business sagacity and
enterprise in the ownership of the
: 'two lines to make an arrangement
- that would be of untold benefit to
both, and still avoid vexations re
strictions upon the whole travelling
pubiio as well as the people of this
The number of ruuaway accidents
occurring in Honolulu nnd vicinity
is alarming. There nrc too many
untrained, or vtctouslj' trained horses
allowed lo be driven on our high
ways. If there is no oxibting legal
check upon the evil, the next legis
lature .should tlovNo onie remedy.
An nppicciatory notice of the
Hawaiian exhibit at Louisville ap
pears in the U. S. Commercial Jic
ui'fic, of Cincinnati! and Louisville,
in the Umiiu of Sept. 1st. The Ha
waiian Couit is under the super
vision of Hon. .). Jlott Smith, and
the immediate charge of 31 r. George
The desecration of u collln con
taining venciatcd remains on Satur
day 1ms naturally evoked a degree
of horror in the community. Before
granting absolution to the Customs
olllcials upon the score of stern duly,
the public should be informed
whether it was not possible to have
placed the collln under seal until
the fullest information, on both
sides, could have been obtained from
It is gratifying to have the infor
mation, contained in to-day's Adver
tiser, that the Board of Ilcnlthj at a
meeting held on Saturday, "resolv
ed to issue much more stringent
lcgulations than now exist for the
sanitation of the city." AVe had
been informed, some weeks ago,
that the Board was likely to make a
move in that direction, and were
beginning to feel impatient while
waiting for the action. However, a
beginning has been made, and the
promise is given that the movement
will be energetic. A committee of
the Board will draught the proposed
regulations, which, when adopted,
"will be put in force immediately."
"Meanwhile, a committee has been
appointed, with authoiity to exercise
all the powers of the Board of
Health, to abate nuisances in the
An eye-witness recounts an amus
ing incident which occurred at Gas
tein, on the occasion of the Emperor
and Empress of Austria's taking
leave of the venerable Emperor of
Germany. The latter wished to in
sist on accompanying their majesties
some distance fiom the liadcschloss,
although they both begged him to
save himself the fatigue. Francis
Joseph, seeing that bis gentle remon
sliances woe futile, at last said, in
a dignified tone, "I should have
thought that when you arc wearing
my uniform, you would obej' my
orders better." Emperor William,
who was in the garb of an Austrian
colonel, drew himself up, and salut
ing his superior oflicer, a la tnili
tuire, lcplicd, "I must, of course,
obey your majesty's commands."
I wonder if the following tiue
story, relating to Prince Bismarck's
first meeting with Dr. Schweninger,
will appear in the German Chan
cellor's autobiography. The doctor,
who is the only man living who can
"keep the prince down," did not at
first prepossess his illustrious patient
very favoiably. After he had been
asked a whole string of questions as
to his symptoms, habits of life, diet,
etc., the prince lost his patience,
and cxpicssed himself dissatisfied
with Dr. Schweninger's pcrsistenc',
by saying abiuptly, "I think you
have asked me quite enough." The
doctor replied, "Just as you please,
highness. If you wished to be
cured without being asked questions,
you had better consult a veterinary
surgeon." Bismarck was at fiist
speechless with indignation at the
brusqueness of this retoil, but rc
covcicd himself in a moment, and,
after having replied to several more
interrogatories, contented himself
with saying, nt the conclusion of the
interview, "I hope, sir, that I Bhall
find your skill equal to your impel ti
nencc." London Life.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A FIVE roomed
Cottage, lai Fort
doors iihovu Hotel
A. Ml Wit. u few
stieet, having a front garden and yaul.
Kent !ll iioi month. Apply to
112 ill Anchor Hiilnon.
house containing i:i
hathi coins, hitch
en, pantry, mil I; room.scivnnfs
loom and o cry convenience, with six
lines of land laid out in good style as a
gulden, carriage and stabling, water and
gas laid out tdl over the house; lately
occupied hy the lata H. F. Holies. Pos
fession given the Hist of November.
For further paitlculars, apply to
U'i 2w 11 A?. BOLLES.
The members of Oahu
Lodge No. 1, Knights of
I'yiliias. nio requested to
picsentiit the meeting to
1)0 Held YVJSJJNJSBUAY
evening, the Ttli inst, at
7:!J0 o clock. Business,
icn are invited.
GEO. WILLIAMS. P.O.. K. of Jt.&B.
5 jOS TCj
Hay, Potatoes eft Onions
Oct. (i, nt 13 noon, at my satcsioom.
Queen slicel, I wilUcll at
Without Reserve for Cash,
100 Hale Hay, HO Sacks Onions and
110 Sicks Potatoes.
LEWIS J. L.EVEY, Auct'r
A Few Cases Only.
lit Id. JP. AUtuiiK .to Co. liu
A REGULAR qunrteily dividend of
$2 per share will he paid to the
holders of C Hi ewer & Co.'s stork nt
the iiflire of the Company.
Treasurer 0. Hi ewer & Co.
Honolulu. Oct. 2. 1885. MO lit
Valuable Lease for Sale at
I have received instillations lo sell nt
public auction, at my salesroom,
40 Queen street, on
WetlncHtluy, Oel. ', .",
Al Hi o'clock noon,
The Lease of the Property with House
and Harn situated on the west side of
Punchbowl street, running to the Pauoa
Stream close to the junction of Emma
and Fort street t.
The House is well-built and comforta
ble and has 5 rooms. The Ham and
Stable lately built at a cost of $2,000
reverts lo the purchaser of the Lease,
plenty of water supplied by government
and streams; there is an area of 2 acres
and fine pastuic. Rental $2 0 per year
payable quarterly in advance; lease lias
lC'yenn to run "from Oct. 1, 1885, and
rent is paid up to Dec. 31, 1885.
Pioperty and lease fully recorded and
guaranteed as above stated. Terms cash
and deeds at expense of purchaser.
14 1 3t LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
OFFICES TO KENT.
TWO desirable offices to let in fire
proof building fionling on Queen
street. Rent moderate. Apply to
LEWIS .L LEVEV, Auctioneer.
141 lw 40 Queen street.
Wanted to Purchase.
A SMALL lot of lnnd, centrally locat
cd nnd in a quiet neighborhood.
Price raiibt be low for CASH. State
terms and location, and address "Lind,"
this office. 141 at
Meeting of Stockholders.
a "WE Stockholders of C. Brewer &
. Co. w ill please take notice thai the
regular quarterly meeting of the Com.
pnny will be held at the Company's
office on FRIDAY, the 9th October, at
10 o'clock a in. J. O. CARTER,
Secietary C. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, li-8"i. 140 lw
I 0 0,000
For Sale at Lot Prices
Hackfeld & Co.
rpiIE Sale of Furniture, Hooks, etc.,
JL at Judge Austin s house will be
continued till further notice from 9 to
12 daily. 1118 lw
Household Furniture for Sale.
npiIE uudersigned desires to sell her
X. cnliic household furniture most
of which has only been in use for the
last three months. Apply Immediately
at No. 1 Kukui street.
133 2w MRS. 0. II. WOOLMINGTOX.
MELLER & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
LiocolD's Block, Dig st
A Flim AMMoi'lnient or
Candies & Cakes
AI-wii.vh on Hand.
- rfflHrfiteiiti - "-jiff? -T-itirliii r ii -' MtWffiiliirrffi 'if-f i niTiiiiifisif iir
Order of Sales at Auction
HY LEWIS J. LEVEY,
ON WEDNESDAY, 00T. 7th,
At Salesroom, 40 Queen st, at 12 M.
All tho pioperty described in Mortgages
gi.intcd lo C. .1. Flslitt as follows:
1 All Hint ecitaln parcel of Land
situated in Maulill.Koloa, Island or Ka
uai, described In R P (1258.
2 All the Land described lu R P4S55
situated in Wnlpoull, Island of Knnal.
!1 All the Lnnd described in It P 8071
situated in Wnlnllia, Island of Kauai.
4 All the Laud described In L C
Award 3022 situated In Wnlpoull, Island
5 All the Land desoilbcd In L 0
Award SS30 situated in Wnlpoull, Island
0 -All the Land dc-eilbcd in L 0
Award Sbll9 situated in Wnlpoull, Island
7 All the Right, Title, Inleiest and
Estate of L. K. kaumunlil in and to nil
mid every lands deseiilied in u deed
from Ella Pahuwal and Katiki his wife
dated Mar. 17th, 1SS0, and rceorded In
IilbcrS."), page 148 In the Hawaiian Re.
glslry of Deeds.
Homesteads near Ptinnhou. Si de
sirahle lots of land on Bingham, Alex
ander and Beretauia sheets as pel plan
nt my olllcc.
Xo.l Bingham street, nlout0) feet
deep and !'0 lect front.
No. 2 Bingham and Alexander sis,
about 100 feet deep and DO feet front.
No. U Alexander street, 175 feet deep
and 100 feet front.
No. 4 Alexander trcet, 15 feel deep
and 90 feel liont.
No. C Bcntanla slice!, 100 feet deep
and 876 feet front.
No. (I Heietania and Alexander sis,
190 feet deep and 87J4 ftt front.
The tcimsof liiis'mlc will le long
terms and low interest.
Valuable Lc.ic of House and Large
Barn with 2 acres of line pisturage
and lease has 10 yeais to run.
Land in ICona, island of Hawaii.
An undivided y interest in a teilain
piece of land situate in Mocanoa, Koua,
Island of Hawaii, including an area of
40 acres moie or less and being Hie same
piemises gi anted by Royal Patent 952 to
C2T" For particulars of Die above salts
141 3t LEWIS .1 . LEVEY, Auct'i .
Sale of Paukaa
By order of the Hon. W. L. Green, I
will sell at public auction, nt my
calesroom in Honolulu,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 12,
At 12 o'clock noon, unless disposed
of nt piivate sale,
4,200 SHARES 4,200
Of the Cipitnl Stock of the PAU
KAA SUGAR COMPANY,
Par Value, $ 1 0 pr share
In lots to suit purchasers. Tor further
particulars, enquire of Jonathan Austin
or P.M. Hatch.
127 lOt LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
Bingham, Alexander & Bere
I lme icceivcd instructions to offer nt
Public Auction, on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7
At 12 o'clock M., at my salesrooms,
unless previously disposed of by
private sale, those
Lots of Land
On Bingham, Alexander (continuation)
and Beretauia streets. Numbcicd 1 to
0 as per plan at my o'Hee, and at the
following upset prices, vl:
No. 1 Bingham at, 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-Alexander st, 175ft depth, 90ft
front.. Upset Price $800.
No. 5-Beretania st, 190ft depth, 87
l-2ft front. Upset Price $1,-
No, 6 Heretania and Alexander sts,
190ft depth, 87 l-2ft front.
Upset Price $1,150.
These Lots ndjolu Sir. Dillingham's
li'iidcnco on the Eastern sidu; are op
posite Mr. Graham's ami near the ies.
deneo ol Col. SpreckeU, and about three
minutes walk Horn the regular omni bus
iniite lo ruualiou, and on the Hue of ihu
piopnscd Htreet railway, Hy agi cement
with Mr. Wilder, puio aitcsiaii water
will bo furnibhed at low rales. The
neighborhood Is very pleasant, and the
pure fresh breeze fiom Manon Valley
makes the location a healthy one. The
tonus of the sale will ho namely:
Long Terms, Low Interest !
One fotii th in 1 Year,
One-fourth In 2 Years.
Oue-fouilh iu il Veins,
With lntert'Mt at 7 Vav Cent !
E3f P.ii lies wishing to purchase for
Cash will reecho a liberal discount.
The Plans aro al my Rooms, call and
see them, and select a Lot at once, as I
expect to dispose of them nil before day
of Pubiio Bale.
J3gr Deeds at purchaser's expense.
120 3w LEWIS J, LEVEY, Auct'r.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham &'Co. and Samuel Nott. '
I-;OHT STHEKT, :::::: HONOLLLU
Signal Oil, Something New for ta$.Ui&
He-l Quality Hliie Mottled Soip. Etia Oioeei Soap,
a Superior Aitlcle.
xsr Fire Proof Safes, Closing- Out sit Low Prices. r?Sa
Full Lines of Goods upon Most Favorable Teim.
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to communi
cate with the Poitueuee, either
lor huMncso, or for procuring workmen,
seivant1 oi any other helps, will find it
the most profitable way to advertise in
the I.HU) Hawaiiano, the new organ of
Ihe Portuguese colony, winch is pub
lished on Merchant sticet, Gazette Build
ing, (Post-Ollicc Letter Hox K ), and
only charges icasonalile latos for advertisements.
M. A. OONSALVES & CO.,
Are Now Receiving Fortnightly from the Coast, and Offsr for Sale
A Complete Stock of Staple Groceries
In Part as Follows:
Bacon C.tsk, '
Baking Powder, Oases
Bums, every variety
Bread, Medium C ises
Bread, S. Pilot Cases
Bran, coarse and line Sack.s
Bailey, whole and cracked, Sacks
Barley, Pearl, C.ies
Coin 'Meal, Cases
Coffee, Am Sack(
." ICona, Sacks
Flour, Barrels, various brands
Fruits, Canned Cases
Ilerrings, Smoked, Crates
Haim, Dupco Casks
," Bullitlo Casks
Kerosene Oil, Nos. 1 and 2
L'ard, Fairbank, Cases
" Banner "
" Armour '
Lowest Market Prices and Every Article Guaranteed.. Also,
A Fine Assortment of Wines, &c,
Oil hand and to anive per JUPITER now due,
A Select Lot of Choicest Madeira Wines.
130 M. A. OONSALVES & CO., Wholesale Groecis, Bcaor Block, Honolulu. 2w
JOHN NOTT, Ii-
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.-
oa a i
To Let Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, n comfoitable
House and Cottage eminently suita
ble for a family wishing to spend a
sliort time in the country. Apply to
120 If Kilauca Sugar Co , Kauai.
ANNING'S IaLAKD GUANO in
quantities to suit Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Lobster, Picnic, Ca-es
Milk, Condensed, Pases
Ojstcr, McMun ay's, Cases
Olive Oil (.1 gal drums), Pases
Paste, Italian, Boes
Pickles, English, Cais
Salmon, Columbia Hivcr, Bids
" " J.hbls
' Maltese Cross, Cases
Salmon Ucllics, Kits
Soap, Yellow, Boxes
" Blue Mottled, Boxcb
Sugar, Cube and Powdered, Boxes
" Crushed, Bids
" Haw, Sks
Spices, every varlttv, Cases
Tribccum (Man's), Oises
Teas, Japan and China
Vinegar, Red and White, Casks
Wheat, Cracked, Caes
8 Kaahnmann Street