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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Ex-chango ou tho
Kuul-: 1 Oali I'omln, S. IT.
Ami their agents In
NEW YORK. BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Mcrs. N..M. IiothscliUd &Son, London.
Tho Commercial Dunk Co., ol Sydney,
Tlio Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auoklnud,
Chrlstchurcli, and Wellington.
The Bank or British Columbia, Vie.
lorla, 1). 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business1.
Fledged to nelthor Beet nor Farty.
But established for the bonoflt of nil.
FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yoscmite Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7.
Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7:30.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7 :30
THE AUSTRALASIAN MAILS.
Yesterday wc made a brief state
ment of the intelligence that the
Oceanic Steamship Company was
going to perform the Australian
mail service between Honolulu and
San Francisco under the new ar
rangement effected by the Union
Steamship Company and an agent
of the company above-named. By
this arrangement Honolulu will be
the terminus of the Australian
steamers, a transfer being made here
to the Oceanic steamers. Various
advantages arc anticipated from the
change. Additional labor will be
required on the wharves. Tourist
travel to and upon this group will
doubtless receive an impetus. The
trips connecting with the southern
line, between here and the Coast,
will be reduced by the Oceanic Com
pany to six days. On the other
hand the anticipations regarding the
benefits of a competing line, in the
event of the Union Company steam
ships going right through from the
Colonics to San Francisco, arc dis
appointed. This, however, may not
be a disadvantage in the long run.
Competition may be" the death of
profits as well as the life of trade,
and an unprofitable enterprise is not
going to be a lasting one.' The time
will doubtless come, notwithstand
ing, when monopoly in steam com
munication with the outside world
will not be a necessity. While few
will regret the departure of the Pa
cific Mail Company from the service,
there can be only ono opinion ex
pressed lespecting its agency here.
Tho disposition of Messrs. II. Ilack
feld & Company to oblige the public
to the utmost has been in marked
contrast to the narrow and selfish
policy usually pursued by the steam
MR. DAVIES IN CONCLUSION.
Editok Bullutin: The Adver
tiser very properly apologizes to its
readers for devoting so much of its
own space, and of their time to the
development of its attack on the
Planters' Labor and Supply Com
pany. It, however, states that it
has now done, and at this happy
juncture it may be useful for me to
reassert the two positions of the
company which the Advertiser has
assailed, with indifferent success,
and with considerable expenditure
The report of the Committee on
Legislation was written in fairly
good English, and it is beside the
question to say it means "substan
tially" this, or "conveys the im
pression" of that. The report means
just what it says ; it was based upon
statements made to various members
of the committee upon high authori-
' ty, to which even tho Advertiser will
bow ; and the report was acted upon
by the Planters' Labor and Supply
" -Company, who are thereforo respon
sible for its declarations. I am pre
pared to give privately, but not for
publication, the statements to which
1 have referred, and the authorities
by whom they were made. Tho
l committee arc )ound to assume- these
: statements to bo true ; and on this
assumption, they have made a re
commendation which was conceived
in no spirit hostile to the Govern
ment, but with tho -desire to facili
tate the solution of a difficulty
which is not of party, but of
national, interest, and for whose ex-
istence it was not hinted that the
government wero specially to blame.
It may he difficult to understand
how tho relations with other govern
ments can be very cordial, if the
aforesaid official statements arc
correct, but that is a difficulty for
; 'which the committco aro not respon
sible, and with which their report
does not interfere.
The Advertiser docs not appear
'" to be atniliar with the term "pro-
tector of immigrants," which is the
usual designation of olllcers appoint
ed and paid by local governments
at the request of foreign govern
ments, to discharge the duties which
are now being discharged by tho
Japanese gentlemen. I believe that,
according to Hawaiian law, such offi
cers must bo Hawaiian subjects.
The second cause of controversy
is Mr. Horner's resolution, which was
undoubtedly introduced in order to
bring on a discussion on unrestricted
Chinese immigration. The mover
was not supported by a single
speech, or vole, and in order to
defeat the resolution, I introduced
an nmcnduieut which virtually
thanked the Government for what
they had done, and asked them to
continue the same course in regard
to immigration. This was passed
unanimouslj, and, because of its
complimentary character, it was
voted to send a copy to the Presi
dent of the Board of Immigration.
If the Advertiser had been as
anxious to discover the truth, as it
lias been to hunt for mares' nests,
it would have learned that it is pos
sible to be a planter, and yet to
sympathize with some of the dilll
cultics and efforts of the govern
ment. I have endeavored- to state the
position of the Planters' Labor and
Supply Company on these points,
with sufficient clearness to satisfy
those who wish to be satisfied, and
I also have done.
I am. sir. your obedient servant,
Tiico. H. Daviks.
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, 1885.
JUMBO'S SKIN AND SKELETON.
Professor II. Ward, of Rochester
University, who has in hand the
mounting of the skin and skeleton
of Jumbo, stopped a few minutes in
the city yesterday on his way to
Bridgeport to sec P. T. Barnnm.
He was seen at the" Grand Union
Hotel by a Tribune reporter.
"Jumbo was a bank all by him
self," ho said. "When I arrived at
St. Thomas with my assistants to
preserve the remains I found in his
stomach a great many coins Eng
lish shillings and sixpences, coppers
and ono Canadian piece, showing
that he has been keeping a bank
account, although he left no will.
His head was fearfully mashed, the
engine having driven his tusks clear
through it. I found Jumbo on his
feet wlicre he had been rolled down
the bank away from the railroad,
and had to skin him as he stood.
His hide weighed 1,537 pounds and
his bones 2, -100. We cremated his
flesh the first cremation in Canada.
It took four and a half cords of
hard wood and two days' time to
consume the flesh. His skin was
torn a little and his back somewhat
injured. We are mounting the skin
and skeleton in Rochester. "We had
to erect a special building in which
to do the work. Jumbo was unlike
ordinary elephants, which arc big
and round and with oval backs. He
was more like a French horse with a
hollowed out back, standing very
high at the shoulders. His head
was drawn out at the tusks and fore
head more curved than the Indian
elephants. It will take three months
and 82,000 to mount him. We have
to build a wooden elephant like that
at Coney Island for a frame, and
keep shaping it until it exactly gives
the right form with the skin upon it.
The frame has to be made strong
with lienvy iron rods and bolts to
prevent accident in travel. Two
special cars are being built for the
new double Jumbo. After a year
abroad his mounted skin will rest at
Tuft's College, and his skeleton at
the Smithsonian Institution, Wash
ington. The people of St. Thomas
me preparing to create a Barnnm
Park and erect a twenty-five thou
sand dollar monument on the spot
where Jumbo was killed. Tom
Thumb, the trick elephant, is being
doctored at Bridgeport, where he
cries like a child over his aches and
pains. Tho broken leg will heal, 1
think." iV. Y. Tribune.
Tie Great Fariii Ohm !
ARRIVED ! Altltf VIU !
Tho Most Talented Opera Company that
has ever vibitcd tho Islands.
Tim Waidrolie of this Company cost
over Three Thousand Dollars.
FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 23rd,
Grand Opening 2Vigrh. I
t5T Box Plan now open at tho office of
J. 13. Wiseman.
Reserved Seatp, $2; Balcony, back
Row, .?! ; Gallery, GO cents. 157 lit
A STEADY Man wishes to secure a
situation In a private family, Ih
thoroughly acquainted with the care,
management and driving of horses.
Can give good recommendations from
residents of Honolulu. Aiinlv at tho
FASHION S I'ABLES.
Two JIoihos .Lost.
ONE Gray Horse, branded FHjmi.
other, Sorrel, branded Nl' Any
person able to givo information of their
whereabouts, please coinmunicato with
S. O. NAKAYAMA.
250 ISerctanin Street. 15(1 3t
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS
Closed To-night 1 Closed To-night !
Saturday, October 24 T
At 2 ami 8 O'clock, p. in.
Saturday Afternoon at 2 O'clock.
Prices 50ct3., Wets., $!.&!. Children,
Tickets for Circle and Stalls may be
had timing tho day at the Elite Ice
IT llOKT. LOVE, Agent.
TWO Unfurnished Collages, Miilable
for gentlemen or private families,
within five minutna' walk of the Post
Office. For particulars npnly at this
ofllce, or address B. E. C, this' office.
BEING about to leave the Kingdom
for n fuw months, and hnvlng sold
all our right, title and interest in the
White House, 118 Ntiuanu Avenue, to
Mr. Joseph Vierr.i and wife, wo wish
all parties concerned having any bills for
or against m in any manner, to present
theiii for payment at once for sctllc
mest; also the few straggling perrons
who aro lawfully Indebted to tho While
House for past lavors are requeued to
be manly enough to pay for their last
month's Chinese wash bill ui.d black
ing of shoes, for which was paid several
months ago, if for nothing ele.
Mil. JONATHAN AUSTIN U hereby
authorized to attend to all our legal
butlncsi in our absence.
108 Ot MAUY JANE Will I E.
TO the Creditors of the Estate of
C. WILLIAMS, a bankrupt, take
notice: That the undesigned, assienee
of the Estate of C. Williams, a bankrupt,
has, preparatory to his final account
and dividend, submitted his accounts as
such assignee and filed tho same befoie
H -n. A. F. .Tudd, Justice of the Supreme
Court, at lit j chambers, to whom ho will
apply at 10 o'clock a r. ou Wednesday,
tho 28th day of October, inst., for a
settlement of said accounts and for a
discharge from all liability as such as
slgnec, and for an order to make n linnl
dividend. And that nny person inter
ested may then and there appear and
contest the same. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 18S5. 158 3t
Oysters ! Oysters !
By the Steamer Alameda.
A GERMAN an 1 wife, bearing good
leromincndations, wants employ
ment. Mnn understands Garden work
and Horte-J. Woman understands IIonc
work and Sewing; couple aged nbnut
30, and respectable loukinir people.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
1150 4t General Business Agent.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Fine Iron Barque
IV O V 13 JJL 15 13 X. OUi,
For low rales of Freight, apply to
1M) 17t THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
I WILL not be responsible for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
Hanamaulu, October 0. 18H5. 340 Im
Dr. M. Goto,
Physicinn nnd Surgeon,
Leprosy, Svphills and Skin DUcaso a
Specialty. Olllce, mauka of tho rcsi.
ilcnce of Hon. James Keau, King Street,
Owicb Houits 2 m'''
N.B. Parties on tho other Islands can
consult by letter. 1C5 ly
npHE Cabin Passage per Steamers of"
JL the Intor-lshind Steam Navigation
Co. will bo at half rates fioin Oct. 17th
to Nov. Slid, or during the Siguor A.
Fiirini's Oncra Season. Per order,
1 18 2w J. ENA, Sec'y 1. 1. S. X. Co.'g
Colnl Hirer Salmon !
LARGE BED ITIII :
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAMS & CO.
N. F. BUEGESS,
84 King 6trcct, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter mid ltulliler. JIucjjukc mill
Braying and steamer Freight carefully
Carrlago painting done by a first-class
workman at 78 King street.'
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges uccordlng to
the amount and quality of work.
Ofilcb Telephone, 8t2. Residence, 103.
(J? 30 10
People's Ice Co.,
Hftw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr.island S. N. Co.,
llaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wlldcr's Slcamshlp Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
WailuUti Sugar Co.,
. Intcr.Uland at 105
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Broket.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
FANNING'!? ISLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to the
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Regular Gash Sale
Saturday, Oct. 24th,
At 10 a. in.
DRY OOODS. CLOTHING.
Also, Special Sale, to close consign
ments. 2 C9 table Blackberries, 3 cs table pru
nes, 20 es table peaches. 4 cs Ger
man prunes, 4 cs damson plums. 3
cs white cherries. 2 cs green gage.
2 cs assorted table fruits. 4 cs as
sorted pie fruits, n t-3 tomato kat-.-ui),
1 cs jellies, 7 cs Chow-chow, 1
cs ITecalille, 2 cs peppers.
Also, to close consignments,
An invoice of Shovels and Spades.
Also, Sacks Sugar, Sacks Potatoes.
Refrigerator and other Furniture.
Also. 1 Saddle Mule, kind and gentle.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
At the residence of MRS. WM.
OLIPIIANT, No. 3 Kukui Place,
On MONDAY, Oct. 2(th,
At 10 u. m , will be sold
IN PART AS FOLLOWS:
Rlaek Walnut Lounge, Ccntci Table,
BW Parlor Chairs, What Not,
Hanging Lumps, "Wall Brackets,
Shades,, Books, 1 new Singer Sewing
Machine, in tine order;
Curtains rind Cornices, Pictures,
Kerosene Lamps, . W. Marblctop
Chamber Set, viz: Bedstead, Bu
reau. Withstand. Table, Towel
Rack, 2 Chairs and Rocker.
Spring Mattresses. M. Nets, Bed-toads,
Pillow Shams, &c.. Blankets, Towels,
Wardrobe and Bureau, Single Bed,
Washstand, Sheets, Clothes Basket,
2 Meat Safes. Bath Tub, Bird Cage.
Pails, B. W. Extension Dining Ta
ble, Crockery and Glassware, Table
Cloths, ;$ doz ivory handle table
knives, 1s doz plated table forks, ls
doz plated tea spoons, Kitchen Stove
and kitclienwarc, Table, pails, .sjnk,
150 4t' ' E. P. ADAMS & CO., Auct'rs.
At the residence of Mr. J. M. Oat. Ku
kui St., on acount of departure,
will be sold, on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. SSth,
At 10 a.m., the
Entire Household Furniture
Hair Cloth Lounge, Plush Bed Lounge,
HW Cane Sent Chairs, Pictures,
Curtains and Cornices
Large Center Rug, BW Centro Table,
Bedioom Set, Complete,
Wheeler & "Wilson Sewing Machine,
BW Extension Dining Table,
Glasswnro and Crockery, Plated Ware,
1 Union Cooking Range, Meat Safe,
Bath Tub, etc., clc.
100 Ot E. A. ADAMS & CO.. Aucl'rs
By order of O. Brower & Co., wo will
sell nt public auction, at our salesrooms,
ON MONDAY, OCT. 26, '85,
At 12 o'clock noon, unless disposed of
at privato tnle,
Of tho Capital Stock of the Pnukaa
Sugar Company, Par Value- $10
In lots to Milt purchasers.
Said U.125 Shares being held by Mild
O. Brewer & Co. as collateral security to
note of Jona. Austin, dated April 1st,
1884, for $J8,'1!;8.0I, and said 3,823
Shares as collateral to nolo of S, L, Aus
tin, dated April 1st, 1884, for &22,1!J8,
both of said notes being overdue,
fiST For furthcrpatlculari apply to
F. M. Hatch. u '
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
144 lOt Auctioneers.
NEW LOT OF
AJUJL, - OVEJEfc E2IMLaBjEe.OJCXEJI Y
. ,Just Opened at
CHARLES J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FORT STREET, : : : : . . HONOLULU
Signal Oil, Ming New for Carriage Lamps.
l!e-l Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Extra C.rwvr Simp,
u Superior Aiticlc.
JKaV Fire Proof Sales, Closing: Out at. Low Prices. "XSa
Full Lilies of Goo. Is upon Mott Favorable Tonus.
Koloa Sugar Co., Incorporated.
(CAriTAI. STOCK l'ATD W).
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock,
holders of tho Koloa Sugar Co.
held at Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1835, the fol
lowing named officers were elected for
one year and until their successors shall
W. E. Anton Cnorr President
Anow Hanehekg Vice-President
Cuas. M. Cooke Secretary
J. F. IIckfki.1) Treasurer
E. Mulixr Auditor
All of whom accepted olllce.
Secretary of the Koloa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1885. ISO 3t
UNITED CARRIAGE Go, !
THIS Company, while thanking the
public lor its generous suppoit, are
still able to furnish llr&t class tennis.
Tho steady advancement of this Com
pany since its organization, two ycais
ago, has convinced na that persons who
drive their own teams not only make
steady competent drhcrB, but, as a rule,
are not likely to charge more than legal
iatcs. Any passenger oveicharged by
any of our drivers will, on application
to our ofllce, have the overcharge
promptly returned. The object of the
United Carriage Company is to mpply
the public with good teanu atlcgiiimatc
rates of fare, and hope by so doing to
merit, in the future, the same liberal
patronage that we have received in tho
p.ist. UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
E2T Ofllce and Carriage Stand, next
door to E. O. Hall &3onV, corner King
and Fort Streets. 153 lm
Pioneer St'm Candy Factory &Bakery
Manufactures all and every article in
Confectionery and Pastry and Bread
Bakery from the best and purest mate,
rials, guaranteed free from nil
Ilasfalwnys on hand all sizes of his Ilieh
unci Unsurpassed Quality of
Enjoying n rich reputation of many
years, and aro ornamented in any
stylo desired, and are sold nt the
Lowest Possible Prices
Unequalled facilities and steam enables
me to sell all articles manufactured at
my Establishment Cheaper than any
other in thin Lino of Business. Vanilla,
Chocolate, Cocoanut, hand mado and
Mould Oreains of all flavors at fiO cents
RICH PUFF CREAM CAKES,
at 0 cents each, Mlnco and Fruit
Pies always on hand.
Pure and Wholesome Bread !
Vienna Rolls, Family & Graham Bread
delivered to any part of the city. Tho
largest and most v.itlous Stock of Con
fectloncry can ho found at
I?1 . HORN'S
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery.
No. 71 Hotel 8,, 'between Huuanu and
P. O. Box No. 7B, ,'Tclepliono No, 74,
NEW GOODS !
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
share will be paid to the Share,
holders of the Inter-lsland Steam .Navi
gation Cn. nt their ofllce, on Saturdav,
Oct. 10, 18S5. J. ENA,'
Sec'y LI S. N. CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 1 83.1. 145 Pt
Ring ty TeleioiiG . 32.
I-Itwvn.iiu Motel Sta.llcM
Com foi table Carriages, good Horses
and Competent Drivers.
ISuggieH, WngoneiteM & Sad
dle IIoi-ncn to Let.
Horse, taken to Boaid on Reasonable
Hcrces for Sale and "Warranted.
UH "Ring Tip Telephone 32. if
?1 Queen Sti'eet,
Steamer "J. I. Dowsett,"
Rob Roy, Milo Morris, and Josephine
SAJLnC FOR SALE.
Fine nnd coarse Puuloa Salt ; ftnc
Kaknako Salt, in quantities to huit.
Also, largo nnd small Iron "Wnter
Tniiks. Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc. 03 ly
MELLER & HALBS
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's lout Kini si.
ABVlne AvHoi-tnit'iit or.
Candies & Cake
Alwuyu on Uuutl
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