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BISHOP & Co., BANKEU9
Honnlulit, Hawaiian Island'.
Draw Exchange on tho
Buuft oi Onliioiruiu, S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Rothschild ftSon, London.
The Commercial Hank Co., oi Sydney!
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sidney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand- Auckland,
Christchurch, mid Wellington.
Tlie Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, H. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact u General Hanking Business-.
Pledged to neither Bsct nor Tart;.
But established for tho toaoSt of nil.
THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yoscmite Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink,
Mystic Lodge, K. of P,
MR. HORNER'S LETTER.
Wc cannot endorse Mr. Horner's
opinion that an accession of from
one to two thousand Chinese during
the coming twelve months would ho
an insignificant addition to the al
ready overwhelming "hordes of
China" in the Kingdom. Every in
dustry and enterprise of the white
man. particularly in the city of
Honolulu, is all but crushed by the
cheap competition of the Chinaman ;
and a reinforcement of a thousand
strong may prove to be the straw
that will break the camel's back.
So far as the Bulletin is concerned,
no "Denis Kearney howl against the
Chinese for particular purposes'-'
has been or will be made, and that
for the best of all reasons, we know
no Denis Kearney leadership. The
principles and purposes on which
the Bulletin's "howl" if that is
the term to use has been raised,
are our own, absolutelj'. AVe know
no leader on this question except our
humble selves. Every article which
has appeared in the columns of this
paper on the Chinese was suggested
by facts aud observations that are
patent to every white inhabitant of
this city, and every sentiment utter
ed in the Bulletin has been echoed
back from ever' workshop, and from
every enterprise, .industry and insti
tution of civilization in the city.
"With respect to keeping up this
agitation for "particular purposes,"
we heartily accept the situation,
provided our purposes arc not
grossly misrepresented as they have
already been in the Advertiser. Our
specific purpose is to wake up the
English speaking portion of the
community to the rum threatening
their interests, and the Government
of the country to the ruin impend
ing over the existence of Hawaii as
a member of the community of civil
ized nations. And so effectively
have these issues been brought be
fore the citizens that the Advertiser,
which bore down upon us, some
three months ago, in solid column,
hus wheeled to the right about, and
now endorses, almost to the repeti
tion of words, every plea put for
ward in this paper for restrictive
MR. HORNER'S DEFENCE.
KniTOit Bulletin: Having hcen
some days out of town, 1113' attention
has been eallcd since my return to
the agitation over the harmless reso
lution upon the subjeot of labor
which 1 introduced nt the last
planters' meeting. The Advertiser,
for some unaccountable reason, is
rumpaiit, and tries hard to make
the resolution say what it docs not
say or mean, and its editorial of the
20th, under the heading of "The
IJuixr.TiN and the Labor Question
Again," has worked itself up about
to the point of swearing that the
planters by adopting the resolution
have taken ti stand against the Gov
ernment, white laborers, traders,
artisans, mechanics "Caucasian and
native" demanded tho free inllux
of Chinese nntil labor should be re
duced to that of Java, 10 cents per
day, &o. 11 horrible picture sure.
Now, ns it is several days since the
resolution was printed and these un
fair comments may continue nnd
reach strange eyes, and thereby
create a prejudice, against tho
Planters' Labor and Supply Co., I
ask you to reprint the resolution
with the comments following as to
.''Resolved, that we heartily ap
prove the net of our Government
and what they have accomplished
since our last annual meeting in
bringing and permitting laborers to
come to these Islands, nnd that wc
urge upon our Government, by this
resolution and otherwise, that they
put forth like exertions for supply
ing laborers the coining twelve
months, not only in bringing in Por
tuguese and Japanese as heretofore,
but permit tho influx of free labor
from all countries so far as it can ho
done without injury to other national
"To the pure all things are pure."
If to a fair minded man, the above
resolution means more than the
following, it means mote than was
intended by its author and, we
think, more than was intended by
the planters, viz. : The planters
thank the Government for what it
had done for them the past twelve
months by way of bringing in
laborers, and they ask the Govern
ment to continue their kind services
to tho suinc extent another twelve
months not only to bring in Portu
guese and Japanese, but also Chincso
to the same extent as last twelve
months, and for the coming ttcclvc
months only. Does that "throw
down the barriers" so as to admit
"the influx of the hordes of China?"
The past twelve months our Chinese
population is believed to have in
creased between one and two thou
sand. Would that incicasc the
coming twelve months completely
swamp these Islands? How un
likely ! Yet we asked no more, be
lieving if that number of recruits
could l)u brought in the coming
twelve mouths no material advance
cauld be made in Chinese wages.
The planters found no fault with the
Government; were willing to trust
them, and closed the resolution by
leaving the whole matter in their
hands. Is that lighting the Govern
ment? Tho Planters' Labor aud
Supply Co. by adopting the resolu
tion become responsible for it; but
what I maj have said in its support,
or what I may have said about labor
or laziness, white men or Chinamen,
sugar or sugar-boilers, cane or cur
rency, I alone am responsible, and
meant just about rchat I said. But
when I say wheat and the reporters
put it down meat, such mistakes
when printed make me say some
queer things. I have no fault to
And, however, with that. Mistakes
Truth, fair interpretation, "knock
down" arguments, 1 much admire in
an opponent, but wrong interpreta
tions and low insinuations arc con
temptible, even if we do wish to get
up a Denis Kearney howl against tlp
Chinese for partisan purposes.
Jno. M. IIonni'.u.
Honolulu, Oct. 21st.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
The following news belongs to
the dates brought by the W. H.
Dimond, and was crowded out yes
TO BOUNCE THE DOOMHIIS.
Captain Fred M. Crandall of the
Twenty-fourth Infantry has been
directed by the War Department to
carry out the instructions of the
Secretary of the Interior concerning
the removal of unauthorized per
sons on the Cherokee lands in Indian
Territory, west of the Arkansas
river. The order refers particularly
to the removal of the "boomers"
SHERIDAN AND HIS STAFF.
General Sheridan has decided not
to yield the point in regard to the
detailing of his staff oflicers without
a contest with the Secretary of War.
He has issued an order continuing
his present staff oflicers on duty
until October 10th, they having pre
viously been ordered to be relieved
on Uctober 1st. He is now going
to call upon the President to argue
the matter. He holds that the com
manding ofllcer of the army ought
to be allowed to pick out his own
staff oflicers. He intends, if possi
ble, to retain his present staff
ollicers permanently. It is likely,
however, that the" President will
sustain the Secretary of "War in this
Governor Tritle of Arizona and
Governor Ross of New Mexico had
a conference at Albuquerque re
cently for the purpose of consider
ing the Indian question, which is
becoming somewhat serious in South
western New Mexico and Southeast
ern Arizona. It was determined nt
this conference to at once put the
militia of the two Territories into
the Held with instructions which will
secure entire eo-operation without
reference to Territorial boundary,
and also the occupation as nearly as
possible of every watering place in
the infested districts. It is hoped
in this manner to speedily drive out
the Indians and permanently restore
peace to those districts. Governor
Tritle went bouth to-night to meet
Hrigadier-Gciieral Crook nt Denting,
who telegraphed the Governor to
meet him there, while Governor
Ross returns to Santa Fe.
Murders by Apache bands arc re
ported in Arizona, and the Tomb
stone militia has been ordered out
for service and is preparing to take
The Shanghai Mercury says:
"Some time ago wc informed our
readers that Americans were to be
appointed ns instructors and to other
high posts in (Joreu. we now hear
on good authority that Judge Denny,
lute United States Consul.General nt
this port, is to bo appointed For
eign Adviser to tho Court at Seoul
at a salary of $1,000 a month. If
such is the caso wo congratulate tho
Corean Government on obtaining
tho services of such a man as Mr.
Denny. It would have been im
possible to have found a fitter per
son to fill the post. Our Tientsin
correspondent also mentions Judge
Denny, as well as another American
gentleman, as to bo appointed to
The Impel ial German Consul
General and High Commissioner for
Corca, Captain Zcmbach, of the im
perial German navy, left on the 19th
of August for his new post as Consul-General
Ilnw'n Carriage Mnnf'j
& CO 1(10
jt :si 10
(if 100 100
K. U. unit Son,
lnter-lMand S. N. Co.,
Hnw'n Agrlcultuiul Co,,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wniluku Sugnr Co.,
Intcr-Dand nt 105.
L. A. THURSTON, Slook Ilrokei.
33 Merchant Street. 151 ly
STEADY Man wishes to scenic n
Kiluntion in a private fnmilv. Is
thoiouglily acquainted with the caie,
mnnugtincnt imd driving of horses.
Can give good recommendations from
residents of Honolulu. Applv at llie
137 21 FASHION STA'BLES.
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS
To-night, To-night, Fort Street !
The CIRCUS will he closed Friday
Saturday ! Saturday !
2 S3JEXOWS 3
At 2 p.m. and 8 O'clock.
3L.,VTi:V"rci3 ! JIAT1N I3T2 ! !
Saturday Afternoon at 2 O'clock.
Price. uOcts., Tficts., 1.95. Childien,
Tickets for Circle nnd Stalls miy be
had during the day at the Elite Ice
IfcOKT. I.OVE, A sent.
WATER ! WATER !
WA1ER will he SHUT on from the
Lower Nuunnu Reservoir on
FRIDAY, Oct. 83rd, from 7 a.m. to 2 r.
M. Per order, C. 15. WILSON,
.Superintendent Water Works.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, VSu IMi 2t
Two Horses Lost.
ONE Gray Horse, branded FIl;nn.
other, Soirel, branded NF. Any
person nble to give information of their
whereabouts, please communicate with
250 Beretnnia Street. 150 .'it
rrUIE Stockholders of the Honolulu
X Ice Works Co. will meet at the
ofllcn of S. O. Wilder, in Honolulu, on
FRIDAY, Oct. 23, 1883, at 2 o'clock p.
m , for the purpose of Disincorporation.
All Stockholders are requested to pre
sent their-Ceitlllcates ol Shares in the
Honolulu lee Works, Co. for f .chnngc.
lfiO lit A. McWAYNE, Sec'y.
Oysters ! Oysters !
Eastern Oysters !
To-morrow, by the S.S. AJiuncdn.
II. J. NOLTE.
Regular Gash Sale.
On FRIDAY, Oct. S.'Jrrt,
At 10 a. in., at our Salesrooms, -will bo
s-olcl, at auction, Dry Goods, Clothing,
Ciockery, Glassware, Tinware, nnd
Grocoric. Bids. Salmon, Bags No. 1
Sugnr, Californiii Potatoes nnd Onions,
a fiirgu assortment of Cane and Wood
Scut Ofllco and Dining Room Clinhs;
also a lino lot of
lemovcd to our Salesroom for convent,
enco of Sale, m good older find almost
new, consisting In part of Bediooui Set,
BW Chairs, BAY Centre Table-, RW
Extension Dining Table, Crockery,
Glassware, Ac, ftc, 'Good Cooking
Stovo nnd Utensils. Also, u lino lot or
Plants and Ferns from the nuiscry of
Antoun (Jeorgo; also at 12, noon, will bo
oll'ered ft very tine
about 7 years old, native bred, perfectly
sound and gentle, a splendid Ladies'
Hoi hc. Also, a Light Open AVngon,
Sewlnc Machines, and lot of Pictuios.
Alp0- " LarKe MSemoa.
LYONS & COHEN,
A GERMAN an I wife, lmriug good
lcpommcndn Ions, wants unplov
nunt. Man understands Garden work
and Horse. Woman understands IIouso
work nnd Sowing; couple nged about
30, and respectable looklnir people.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
15G 4t General Business Agent.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
TIic Flno Iron liar que
For low rales of Freight, apply tn
160 17t THEO. II. DAVIES ft Co.
Regular Cash Sale
Saturday, Oct. 24th,
At 10 a. in.
DRY (iOODS. CLOTHING.
AImi. Special Sale, to clo-c
2 cs table Blackberries I) e table pi li
nes, 20 cs table pciiehc, -1 cs Ger
man prunes. 4 os damson plums, 3
es.whtte chenies. 2 cs green gage,
2 cs asorted table fiuil. 4 c as
sorted pie fruits, 5 cs tomato kat--ii),
1 cs jellies, 7 cs Chow-chow. 1
e-i Piccalilli'. 2 cs peppers.
ANo, to close consignments.
An invoice of Shovels and Spades.
Alo. Sacks Sugar. Sacks Potatoes.
Refrigerator and other Furniture.
Also. 1 Saddle Mule, kind and gentle.
ADAMS ft CO.,
At the lesidencc of MRS. WM.
OLIPHANT, No. !1 Kukui Place,
MONDAY, Oct. 20th,
At 10 a. 111 , wilt 'be sold
IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Klnck "Walnut Lounge, Centet Table,
BW Parlor Chairs, What Not,
Hanging Lamps, Wall Brackets.
Shades, Books, 1 new Singer Sewing
Machine, In line order;
Curtains and Cornices, Pictures.
Kerosene Lamps, B. W. Maihlctop
Chamber Set, viz: Bedstead, Ru
rcau, AVashstand, Table, Towel
Rack, 2 Chairs and Rocker.
Spring Mattresses, M. Nets, Redsteads.
Pillow Shams, ftc, Blankets, Towels,
Wardrobe and Bureau, Single Bed,
AVashstand, Sheets. Clothes Basket,
2 Meat Safes. Rath Tub. Bird Cage.
Pails. B. AV. Extension Dining Ta
ble, Crockery and Glassware, Table
Cloths, jy, do, ivory handle table
knives, 1 g doz plated table forks, 1 y
doz plated tea spoons, Kijchen Stove
and kitchenwarc, Table, palls, sink,
150 It E. P. ADAMS ft CO., Auct'rs.
At the residence of Mr. J. M. Oat, Kit.
kui St., on ncouiil of departure,
will be .sold, on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28th,
AllO ii.ni., the
Entire Household Furniture
Hair Cloth Louncc, Plush Bed Lounge,
HAY Cane Seat Chairs, Pictures,
Curtains nnd Cornices,
Largo Center Rug, BAY" Ccntie Table,
Redroom Set, Complete,
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,
BW Extension Dining Table,
Glassware and Crockery, Plated AVnre,
1 Union Cooking Range, Meat Safe,
Bath Tub, etc., etc.
150 Ot E. A. ADAMS ft CO., Auct'rs
By order of C. Brewer ft Co . wc will
sell at public auction, at our B.ilc.room,
ON MONDAY, OCT. 6, '85,
At 12 o'clock nooii, unless disponed of
nt prlvnto mle,
Of the Capita! Stock of the I'aukaa
Sugar Company, Pur Value $10
ita!7 S 170,000
In lot? to suit purchasers.
Siild a,lil Shares being hold by wild
O. Brewer ft Co. as collateral seturity'to
note of Jonn. Austin, dated April 1st,
1881, for $J2,liI8.0I, and said 3,823
SlmrcH as collateral to nolo of S. L. Aitb
tin, dated April 1st, 1881, for 2,118,
both of Bald notes being overdue
8T For further pntlculnrj apply to
F. M. Hatch.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
144 lot . Auctioneers!
NEW LOT OF
.JL.JL, - OEJK. ISM:EEB.OI3DJ33a Y
Corner Fort and
Pacific Hardware Company
Successor! to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nolt.
FORTSTHEEV, :::::: HONOLULU
Signal Oil, Miiug New for Carriage Lamps.
Rest Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Extra Grocer So:ip,
a Superior Article.
KSB" Fire Proof Sales, Closing: Out at Low Prices. -iSa
Full Lines of Goods upon Most Fuvoinhlc Tim ins.
IAVTLL not tie responsible for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
llanamaulu, October i), 18!:5. 14!) Im
J A. Mckenzie,
and Gas Fitter.
All oitlcrs for House or Ship work
IS" Shop nest to Post Office, Bethel
Street. 154 ly
Phvsician and Surjieon,
Lenrosv, Svphills and Skin Disease a
Specialty. Ofllce, mauka of the resi
dence of Hon. James Keau, King Street,
N.B. Parties on the other Islands can
consult by letter. 1!)." ly
. PIANO TUNING.
HAVING obtained the services of a
llrst-class Piano Tuner, we wish
to inform the public that we arc able to
Tune nnil Rcp'iir Pianos at s-hoit notice.
All orders leU with us will he promptly
attended to, and all work warranted.
1032 ly AVEST, DOAV ft CO.
THE Cabin Pnssnge per Steamers of
the lntcr-I'diindStciii Navigation
Co. will be at half rates from Oct. 17th
to Nov. )ird, or during the Signor A.
Fnrini's Opera beason. Per order,
143 2w J. ENA, Scc'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.'ijj
IS hereby given that from and after
this u'nte Messrs. C. Bolte nnd Geo.
II. Robertson arc the only persons au
thorized to collect any moneys, rents,
etc., for me. MARIA A. BOYD.
Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1S65. 102 Ot
Koloa Sugar Co., Incorporated.
(OAFITAL STOCK PAID Ul').
AT the Annual Meeting of tho Stock,
holders of tho Koloa Sugar Co.
held at Honolulu, Oct. 10, 18S0, the fob
lowing named ollicers were elected for
ono year and until their successors shall
AV. E, Anton Cuoi'i' President
Adolf II ankbkiio Vice-President
Cuas. M. Cookev Secretary
J. F. IIcki'Eld. Treasurer
E. Mullkk Auditor
All of whom accepted ofliqe.
CIIAiJ. M. COOKE,
Secretary of the Koloa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 18S5. 150 3t
UNITED CARRIAGE Go. !
Telephone 290 !
rPIIlr Company, whllu thanking ll.e
X public lor it-i genei oils Mjppmt, mv
t-1 1 1 1 nblu to furnish tlrst ehiss tctiut.-.
The Mcndy advancement of this Cum.
puny since it organization, two jeai,-,
ago, bus com I need in that person who
drivii their own tenuis not only make
htoady competent drheis, but, as a rule,
aro not likely to chaigu more than legal
nitch. Any pnssonger ovoi charged by
any of uui drivers will, on iippJIculon
to our ofllce, have the ovcrchurgo
promptly leturned. The object of tliu
United Carriage Company is to hupply
the public witli good teaim nt legitimate
lattsof fare, and hope by to doing to
mcilt, in the lutiirtt, the sumo liberal
pntioiuigo that we have icceived In the
past. UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
CS" Ofuco nnd Carriage Stund, next
door to E. O. Hall ft Son's, corner King
and Fort Streets. 153 1m
NEW CrOOBS !
lmu ma muimi mmmi
I MANNING'S ISLAND GUANO in
? quantities to suit Applv to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will be paid to the Sbare
ho'ders of the Tnter-lslund Steam Navi
gation Co. at their ofllce, on Saturday,
Oct. 10, 1885. .1. ENA,
Sec'vl.l S.N. CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, I8S."i. 145 it
Toys and Othoi
Arc oll'ered for S.ibv, to arrive per
C. R. Bishop, by
1..2 II. llsiolcfWri fc Co. lw
LARGE BED lISII t
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAPTS & CO.
J P. SILVA, of Kipnhulu nnd Kaupo
Maui, has this day made an as
signment of all his property for the
benefit of his ci editors to S. SEL1G and
C. BOLTE. All moneys due J. P. Silvn
must be paid immediately, and all
claims against Silvn must be presented
promptlyto C. BOLTE, J
Honolulu, Oct. 13, 1885. 152 lw
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu. (
fiarpnitcr nnd Ilullilcr. Jinggncc unil
Drnying and steamer Freight cnicfully
Cniiingo painting done by a first-class
workman nt 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to w.ilh
promptness, nnd charges nccoiding lo
the amount and quality ot woik.
Office Telephone, 202. Residence, 1G2.
rpO Ihu Creditors of the Estnlu of
JL CIIEE MAN, a bankrupt, take
notice: Tliat the undersigned, sisbieneii
of the Estate of Cheo Man, a bankrupt,
have, preparatory to his Until account
and dividend, biibniitted his accounts as
such assignee nnd lllcd the same before
Hon. A. F. Judd, Justice of the Supreme
Court, ut his chambers, to whom he will
apply at 10 o'clock am. on Monday,
tho 20th day of October, Inst., for n
settlement ol snid accounts and for n
discharge from nil liability as such as.
elgnee, nnd for nn order to make n llnal
dividend. And that any perton inter
ested mny then and there appear and
contest the sumo. AV. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1885. 155 3t
Biiig Dp Tolnkone 32.
lla-tvailnii I-Iolel StalJlo.-
Conifottnblo Carriages, good Horses
and Competent Diivers.
HiiKKit'N, WisgoncttcH & Hud
dle IIOI'HCM tO Jjt'I.
Hoifcs taken to Bond on Reasonable
Hcnes for Bile and Warranted.
148 Eitg Up TsUphone 38, tf
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