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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
.Baiilc oi Calilbrnla, . IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
tc3srs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
Tlio Commercial Bank Co., of Kydnoy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Welllngtou.
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a Qonornl Banking Business.
Fledgod to nelthor Beet nor Pally.
Unt ostabUsbcd for tho benoUt of all.
MONDAY, XOV. 2, 1385.
THIS EVENINC'S DOINCS.
Yosemite Skating Rink 7.
Central Park Skating Rink, 7.
Htirmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:80.
There are rumors in the air that
the Government intends to make nn
effort to give effect to the Curicncy
Act. That is, of course, to give it
effect otherwise than in the jug
handled way in which the law has
hitherto been administered. The
Government has been exacting all of
Cresar's share in gold, while pay
ing his debts in the depreciated
coin. Seldom has a people exhibited
such a degree of longsuffering, that
is, unless culpable submissivencss
is the more precise term, as has
been exhibited in this matter. If
the expectation that the law is going
to be evenly executed be disappoint
ed, then the people should make ji
determined stand against one rule
being applied to debts due the Gov
ernment, and another one to those
owing by the Government. The
taxes arc just about to be lifted, and
all amounts above ten dollars are
payable in gold. Should the Gov
ernment insist upon its legal rights,
and compel gold payments, then the
taxpayers should insist upon a suf
ficiency of legal tender money being
provided the country, according to
the provisions of the statute. If
there were any reason to hope that
the community had enough back
bone and cohesion in it for the pur
pose, we should strongly urge that
the taxpayers combine and refuse to
pay gold to the Government until
the latter had on its part ensuied an
immediate execution of the gold
Chinese cigar-maker3 in San
Francisco are carrying the war into
Africa. They have formed a union,
that numbers 5,000, and those em
ployed by Koenigsberger, Falk,
Meyer & Co. have struck in a body
because the firm refused to dismiss
all of their white workmen. It is
believed the movement was incited
by manufacturers who took alarm
at the course of that firm, in gradu
ally displacing Chinese with white
men. This turn of affairs will
doubtless intensify the opposition to
Here is an item that shows the
degree in which this kingdom has
been swindled by the silver cur
rency job :
Colonel Trendholm of South Caro
lina puts the case of the silver
''dollar" neatly when he remarks
that '185 of them will buy in New
York a sterling bill for 100, which
bill, sent to London, will buy silver
enough to coin into GOGJ more such
"dollars." The mere stating of the
facts in this way is calculated to
make any man shiver who has a re
gard for his country's honor and
reputation. New Javcn Pallad
ium. The Hawaiian "dollar" is worth
as much and no more than the
fraudulent coin described above.
(Sn , Francisco, Oct. 2iti. per
the balkan tiiouble.
The signatory Powers of the Berlin
Treaty have, it is understood, agreed
toaccept an invitation of Turkey to
hold a conference, nt as early a (Into
as possible, to settle the Balkan
embroglio. Some of the poweis ob
ject to confining the discussion to a
union of Bulgaiia and Roumelia, but
want to utilize this opportunity for
arranging tho affalis of all the Hal
Icon States. As far as the original
Routnelian question is concerned it
is certain that the union of the two
Bulgarins will be reversed,
nominally or really.
Herr vou Kadowitz, German Ln
bassador, has informed the Torte
that Prince Alexander has guaran
teed that Bulgaria will not disturb
the present order of things. The
Prince has ordered his troops to
avoid provoking a conflict in any
quarter, but does not hold himself
answerable for lite neighbois.
rni: abduction thiai..
The trial of Mr. Stead, editor of
the Pall Mall Gazette, and tho
other defendants in the Armstrong
abduction case began Oct. 23 before
Justice Lopes at the Central Crimi
nal Court. A large crowd had as
sembled in fiont of the building
previous to the opening of the court,
but n heaVy rain set in and they
seatteied to places of shelter. Tho
piisoners pleaded not guilty. Sir
Richard E. Webster, Attorney
Gencral, opened the case for the
Crown. His address covered the
same ground as that of Mr. Polland.
Magistrate-Justice Lopes held that
no motive, no matter how worthy
its object, was sufficient to justify
the taking of a child without her
parents' consent, nnd if it had been
obtained in a fraudulent manner it
was no consent in the eyes of the
law. The testimony of witnesses so
far is merely a repetition of the
evidence given at the preliminary
examination. Eliza Armstrong tes
tified f ii 1 1 v and clearly. The trial
will piobably last one week. The
defendants are charged with mis
demeanor, instead of felony, so as
to enable them to testify in their
own behalf and be liberated ou bail
during the progress of the trial.
SPAIN STILT, l'UMIXR.
The Madrid populace was reported
on the 23rd as becoming incensed at
the reticence of the Government re
specting negotiations on the Caro
lines question and fears of an out
break were eutcitsined. The German
Legation was strongly guarded to
prevent a repetition of the recent
London, July 29. I shall now
speak of the cause that led to the
establishment of technical schools in
European countries. It is found in
the sharp competition in trade that
exists between the different nations
and often between cities of the same
nation. Rival industries have sprung
up in all parts of Europe, each
nation and each locality doing its
best to surpass its competitors and
to monopolize the market for its own
products. Under the pressure of
competition the manufacturers were
compelled to do something beyond
the ordinary. It was no longer a
question of quantity alone, but of
quality as well. They must turn
out goods superior in design and
finish if they would find a salo for
To accomplish this there must be
economy in the consumption of
material, in the time required to turn
out the finished articles, and in the
supervision of the labor. These
weic results that could be attained
only b' the employment of skilled
and intelligent workmen. It has
been clearly demonstiated that edu
cated and skilled laborers will do
their work in less time, will wasteless
material by trial and error, will give
a higher market value to the pro
ducts as a result of their superior
quality and attractiveness, and will
require less supervision than work
men who have received no training
and whose intelligence is but little
above that of the machines and tools
they aic lequired to manipulate.
Consequently the community or the
nation that employs and encourages
skilled labor will always command
the highest price in the markets of
Most European nations have re
cognized this fact and acted accord
ingly. At first they attempted to
supply the want by importing trained
workmen from tho shops of their
most successful rivals. But this
method was expensive, and at tho
very best they were not likely to get
more than "second or third-class
workmen from other countries, and
not many of these, for a thoroughly
qualified mechanic can generally find
employment at home sufficiently re
muner.itivc to induce him to stay
Hence, manufacturers and other
employers of labor began to menori
alizo their legislative bodies to estab
lish technical schools. From these
efforts have sprung many institutions
for the technical training of youths
institutions that embraced almost
every branch of industry.
But while tho schools provided by
the different governments have done
much toward supplying the demand
for skilled labor, they have not been
able to meet the wants of employers.
The schools, besides not being ablo
to turn out enough skilled laborers,
have not been ablo to adapt their
course of study to the pi eels? wants
of so many different industries.
Hence, mauy firms and companies
that are extensive employers of labor
have found that it would pay them
to establish schools in connection
with their own works, In this way
they Iiavo the schools practically
under their own management. They
can make It reach all their workmen,
and can adopt the course of in
struction to their special industries
and to the capabilities of their em
ployes. Such schools as these aro
becoming more and more common,
so that tho great difficulty now is
for employers to find competent
men to manage their schools for
thuni. The spirit of competition is
still rife in Europe, nnd is a potent
factor in the organization and main
tenance of technical schools. G'or
respondence Baltimore Sun.
Royal Australian Circus !
Hundreds Unablo to
Gain Admission !
Another Change of
The Liverpool Steeple-Chase,
lntioducing the Colonial Jumping
-HO cents, 75 cents and $1.25.
Childien, half price.
tW Tickets for Drcs Circle and Stalls
ci n he had during the clay ut the Elite
Ico Cream Parlors.
KOBT. LOVE, Business Agent
KDOMS TO IjET,
TWO Furnished rooms, at Sn. !
Garden L me. ICG lw
J BEG to inform my friend ititd cus
tomers that I have lemoved my
pl.ice of busines-, from Nn. SS Hotel
Lincoln's Shop, King Street,
where I will bo on hand to attend
to all orders for
House and Ship Painting, Paper
at price? to suit the times.
C. B. PATTERSON,
ICC lur Lincoln's Shop, King Street.
Ofllcii will be closed from Nov.
mv absence at the Coa"t
JI. GROSSMAN, Dentist.
08 Hotel Sticet. 105 tf
THE undersigned beg leave to inform
the publio that tlioy have opened
an oluce nt
Room 13, Campbell's Block,
(Up Stairs), JIERCHANT ST.,
General Business Agents,
AVe make a Specialty of Book.Ueep
ing, Collecting, Custom-House. Broker
age and Shipping and Receiving
AVe arc also prepared to take inven
tories of Baukrupi Stock anywhere in
the Kingdom and guarantee accurate
returns. We arc also prcpircd to fur
nish Tourists with guides and give rell
ablo information in icyard to route of
travel and places of inteiest on any of
the Islands of the gioup.
With strict attention to business and
prompt icturns to those who may in
trust their business to us, we solicit a
share of pationage. f
C2P All Legal Documents drawn up by
an experienced Lawyer.
NOBLE, HARE & CO.
FROM and after the 1st of November,
lb85, tho price of Ice will be as
fee packed and fhippcd....(j? 2c peril).
Container for same, extra according to
Within the following limits, viz: Cor.
King and Punahou sts., on Waikiki
bide; Judd St., niiiuka side; Niuhelewai
Bridge, on Ewaside:
Daily delivery, under 10 lbs., 2c
Daily delivery, 10 t6 100 lbs., a ljc
I er lb.
Daily delivery, over 1C0 to ."001bs.,
Daily delivery, over fiOOlbs., lc per lb.
Beyond thu above limits, all daily
delivery will be Jc per pound in addl.
lion lo the above lute-'. Per order,
1U4 1 w .1. ENA, Seo'y P. I. & l(. Co.
17anning's island guano
I' nnnntlll.,a c.tfr A 1 .. ,t
JL nuantiiles to suit. Annlv to the
J Alfred Magoon,
. ATI ORNEY AT LAAV.
HI 42 Jicichantbtreei, Honolulu. Jm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Fine Iron Barquo
For low rates of Freight, apply to
lf'O 17t TIIEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Jas. W. Robertson,
ACCOUNTANT AND COPYIST.
Books nnd Accounts neatly and corrcet.
Iy kept, iilbo nil kinds of copying at
tended to. Ofilce with Hustaco & Bo.
bcrtson. , 1,89 tf
People's Ico Co.,
Haw'n Carriage Manf 'g Co.,
E. O Hall A Son,
Intcr.Mnnd S. N. Co.,
Uaw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Wnllukti Sugar Co,,
E. O. Hull is, Son Q
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokci.
as Merchant Sticct. . 151 ly
rpo Loan on Real Estato Sec urity. in
JL Sums of not )es than 1,000 each.
Apply to J M.MONSAI1HAT,
Jicrcitnm sireei. nn u
ItlNGS LOST !
LOST, 1 HAIR RING, iultlalcd S. C,
and 1 GOLD RING, with Yellow
Stone. A rewaid will be paid the ilndoi
on returning them to
51 Punchbowl Street. 1J at
Two Suburban Cottages to
I7IIIST That elegmt Cottage hither
. lo neounkd bv the owner, John
Kolello, with line
(lower and tmit
Rent, $40 a month.
guden, stables, ete.
SECOND The twostoiy C'.itlagc two
douiH inakni of theabme, hitil. oocu
pied by the late A. T. U.ikei, having
garden, stable, etc. Rent, about 'fv.0.
Both premises ate connected with the
city water ei vice. Apply to
Queen Stioel. 101 tf
If otice of Annual Meeting.
rpHE Stockholders of the Wnlhee
X fcugar Company will lake, notice
that, in accordance with an amendment
to the By-Laws, the Annual Meeting of
this Company will lie hi Id in Honolulu,
at the olllce of W G. Itwin&Co., on
AlONDAY, the nth day of November,
IbSj, at 10 o'clock a.m.
JOSEPH O CARTER,
Seerctnrv Wiiihee Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 28,"ltS5. 102 lit
HOUSE AND LOT
& Household Furniture !
At the residence of the late Honorable
B II. Austin, Nuuanu Avenue, on
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 4th,
At 10 A.ir., will be sold,
Parlor & GhamDer Fur'ture,
Itookw, etc., at follows:
1 Handsome Rosewood Parlor Set, Sofa
and G Chaiis,
JIarblc-top Tables, Rockets, ! Chandc-liei-,
1 complete Dinner Set, 200 pieces; Cas
1 Liirijo Minor, Clock, part of set of
1 "Slathusck" Rosewood Squaie Piano,
7 octavo, in peifect order,
Lounire and Pillows, Cedar and Pino
LARGE K0A LIBRARY CASE,
21 vols. Encyclopedia Rrittnnica,
15 vol-,, lllackwood's JIngii7inc,
62 vols. Hi iti.sh Po is, regular binding,
li! vols. Schiller "Woiks, in German,
and a small assortment of oilier valu.
A VEItV HANDSOME 1SLA0IC WALXUT
Marble-top Bedroom Set,
1 Oak JIarble.top Uedrcom Set, Spring
MiiUiu-.cs, Hair Jliitiressea,
1 liW Bedstead, Toilet Sets, Step
Ladder, 1 pair Scales, Oil Cm, etc., etc.,
A.1 1 2 oViloelr, noon,
we shall offer, the
Valuable House and Lot,
Containing an area of about one ncro
of land. The main houso is double
Ftoiies, and contulns seven rooms be
bidea Kiuhen, Pantry and Bathroom.
A Iurge airy Momjuuo proof Silting
Room is on thu lower Hour.
There are also 2 well-built Cottages,
each with 2 rooms, a Lunai Coitnge,
Servants' moms, a Cariiage Hoiibe,
Shiblu and Chicken House.
'Ibis l'ropei iy is advantageously situ
ated in a pood npighborhonil, Tho
houses mo nil in excellent lepair, and a
good oppoitunity is presented to obtain
a ilrsi-ohtss rLslifcncc.
E3T TERMS UF SALE-Ono quarter
Cash, balanco In 1, 2 and I! years, with
interest nt 8 per cent.
Tho Property can be seen by applica
tion to JONA. AUSTIN, ES(J., or to
JL Rectu) Treatment.
A now trent.
ment for Hcmoi rhoid , Fistula and other
diseat03 of tho rectum, by a piocess
sure, safe and pinles.
DR. McWAYNi:, 01 Alnkea st.
Thu undersigned having
taken charge ot Baggage
Express No. ill, for tho
purpose ot carrying on tho Expiess und
Dray business, hopes by paying btilct
attention to business to'ieeeivo a share
ot publio pationage.
far Slovlng pianos nnd furnituie n
specialty. B, BURGERSON.
Residence, corner Punchbowl i..;id Be
retunia Street. Mutual Telephone 20.
West, Dow & Co., Telephone 170.
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Denier in
STOVES, OI3L-A.N"X3B1jJI:3E3 3R.9
Lamps, Orockeryware, G-lassware,
HOUSE FURNflSHENC HARDWARE,
A?ntc, Iron nml Xiuwure.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
CST Store former! v oecunied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckeh & Co.'s Dank. -a
NEW LOT OF
A.jLiI-1 - O'jEJ'X jHJi-J3Ig,OIXJEjR,Sr
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FORT STREET, : : : ..,: HONOLULU
Signal Oil, Something New for Carriage Lamps.
Best Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Extia Grocer Soap,
a Superior Article.
8" Fire Proof Safes, Closing Out at Iiow Prices', -a
Full Lines of Goods upon Most Favorable Teims.
Goliiia lifer Salmon !
LAJRGtE RED ITISII :
FOR SALE BY
E. P. ADAEV1S & CO.
A. Tcv Invoice oi"
Gamine Havana Cigars !
Ever Imported and for Sale in quantities
I. S. Griiulitiii .to Co.
Tho nicmlses at No. 42 Jler-
Inlinnt cttn,t nnnr tlin pnrnnr nf
SIPffifcFoit stiect,' rentially located
in thu business pait of tho city, bulta.
bio for a LAW OFFICE, or any other
kind of business. Rent low- Enquire
of DK. STANGENWALD.
DR. in g
UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
'piUS Coinpiny, while thanking tho
i public lor itsgcuciousHiippoit, are
still aide to furnish first class teams.
The steady advancement of this Com.
pany since its organization, two years
ago, has convinced us that persons who
drive tholr own teams not only make
steady competent drhers, but, as a rule,
aro not likely to charge more than legal
niles. Any passenger overcharged by
any of our driveis will, on application
to our olllce, have the overcharge
promptly i eturned. Tho object of the
United Carrlago Company is to mpply
the public wiih good teaim atlogi Imato
latehof fare, nnd hope by so doing to
merit, in the fiituie, thesnmo liberal
patronage that wo have received in the
past. UN ITED CARRIAGE Co.
Bell Telephone, - 290,
Mutual Telephone, - - 290.
CST Oilleo and Carriage Stand, nc.t
door to E. O. Hall it Son's, comer King
and Fort Sli tola. 103 lm
Dr. M, Goto,
Physician and Surgeon,
Leprosy, Syphilis and Skin Diseaso a
Specially. Olllce, mauka of the rt'Bi.
deuce ofllou, James ICeau, King Stieet,
Omen: Uouns l to 0 r.M.
Sl'M)AV6 8 A.M. tO 12 M.
N.B. Parties on tho other Islands can
consult by letter. 155 ly
NEW GOODS I
Election of Officers.
T the Annual Meeting of the Ono
men SuiTiir Co. held nt !, nin
of O. Biewer & Co. tins day, the follow,
ing officers were duly elected fer the
V. i . Au en ."Vice-President
J. O. CAnTEit Auditor
The above officers ai c also the Direc
tors of the Company.
P. C. JONES,
, , n Seo'y Onomea Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1885. id im
ALL persons having claims against
the HONOLULU ICE WuHKS
LO. aie requested to present them im.
mediately for payment, and all persons
owing the said Company aie rcquesied
to make immediate payment. If not
paid within ten das from this date, the
accounts will be placed in the hnndB of
an attorney for collection.
A. McWAYNE, Seo'y.
Honolulu, Oct 24,1885. 159 tf
71 Queen Street,
Steamer "J. I. Dowsott,"
Rob Roy, Mile Morris, and Josephine.
SA2L.X 3TOR SAJLE.
Fine nnd coarse Puuloa Salt ; fine
Lakaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Also, largo and small Iron Water
Tanks. Paints, OIK Etc., Etc. 03 ly
Furniture Sale I
By order of A. J, CARTWItlGIIT,
JibO., Executor of tho Estato of Her
lato Majesty QUEEN EMMA, I will sell
at her lato Residence, corner of
Nuuanu & Beretania Sts.,
WEDNESDAY, November 11,
At 111 o'clock, a. m., tho entire
As well as the
Horses and Carriages.
101 lat E. P. ADAMS & CO,, Aucfrs.
iJ-fij, 4$. A y
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