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BISHOP A Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Evehatigo on the
ISmilf ol" Cailiroriiia, W. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YOFIK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssn. X. M. Rothschild &S011, London.
The Commcicinl H'.ml. Co, of Sydney,
Thu Commeioial Bank Co., of Sidney,
Thu Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Uhrislohuiclt, and Wellington.
Thu Wink of British Columhla, Vic
lotia, 15. 0. and I'otllnnd, Or.
Transact a Goneial Banking IJiiMiiesi.
mu sQwJhi gwliUJjn,
t'UJged lo nulthcr Eec.1 nor Paily.
Bnt cttiilllahoil for tho tonofit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. I. 18S&.
THIS EVENMQ'S DOINGS.
Yosemitc Skating Mink 7.
Morning Star Lodge, K of J. 7 :!30
Imp. Order of Moil Men, tit. 7:30.
STATUS OF FOREIGNERS.
A lone of resentment pervades
Government editorials, whenever for
eign interest manifested in national
nffaiis is mentioned. This must be
put down as one of those modern
niystciics that cannot be solved to
the credit of the producing agents.
Why the present Cabinet should ar
rogate a superior position over the
foreign element resident here must
bailie anybody not an expci t in the
ways of impudence. The Ministers
stand foreign themselves three to
one in respect of nativity and ex
traction. It is only an impertinence,
coming from that quarter, to insist
that no foreigner should have opin
ions upon national politics until he
has qualified as an elector of the
realm. The naturalization process,
in either of its different forms, is
such that the foreigner desirous of
acquiring citizenship has to assume
the risk of rejection upon grounds
oilier than not possessing qualifica
tions that would give him respect
able standing as a member of the
body politic in his own country.
This consideration presents a humili
ating obstacle to hundreds of foieign
residents who would otherwise gladly
assume the responsibilities of citueti
ship in the nation for so long as
they live within its borders. It is
the nation's loss that so many people
reared under progressive institutions
are thus dcbaricd from participating
in the privileges of self-government.
However, we claim for foreigners
having a stake in the country the
right lo hold and express opinions
pertaining to the conduct of public
affairs. If they have taxation with
out representation, there is left them
the exercise of whatever legitimate
inlluencc thej' may possess in the
community, and the free expression
of their sentiments, by voice or pen,
within proper bounds. As contri
butors to the national wealth, they
have a right to a say in the adminis
tration of the public revenues, so
far as the individual voice may yield
its quota to public opinion. Bearing
their share of the public burdens, it
is theirs, surely, at least to state
their views regarding the degree or
manner of the levying of tribute.
From the influence foreign resi
dents may possess to operate upon
the powers to which they are subject,
it would seem to be very impolitic
to have them snubbed by apologists
of the Hawaiian Government, for
venturing to show concern in the
welfare of this country. Most desira
ble is it for this nation, under the
circumstances in which it is placed,
to be governed in harmony not onty
with the highest indigenous and
adopted intelligence, but also with
the alien product domiciled for
longer or shorter pciiods within the
group. My profession the Govern
ment has boastedly adopted the
King's motto, "Increase tho Na
tion.' Is it in consonance with the
spirit of that sentiment that the
numerous clas- of residents, posses
sing the highest qualities for citi
zenship, who are making trial of this
kingdom as a place of permanent
abode, should bo insulted for ventur
ing suggestions upon tho conduct of
public affairs? Apnil from tho im
policy of such a line of tactics, it
does not lie with the present Cabinet
to hold unnaturalized residents in
such contempt. The Ministers make
no scruples about employing alien
writers to set forth their own claims
upon national conlidence. They aio
themselves, by a three-fourths maj
ority, less identified with the native
racD than a great many of the people
whoso claims to a voice in affairs
they affect to despise. It is doubt
ful if three out of the four members
of Hip Cabinet aio not destitute of
sullieient paliiotie attachment to
hold them in the country after their
deprivation of olllce. Scores of
people whom they have the audacity,
by their spokesmen, lo taunt villi
gratuitous meddling in Hawaiian
affairs, arc identified much moic
closely with the pi ogress and devel
opment of the nation than them
selves. Not a few foreigners who
have neglcctpd the national franchise
have yet become linked in even
closer union willi the realm by in
termarriage with the native race.
Some have iniested roilunes in the
development of local industries, and
liberally bestowed their means upon
the civilized institutions of the coun
try, being especially generous to
those designed for the elevation of
the native race. Is it in the capacity
of the present rulers of the kingdom
lo say that such people as these have
no claim lo respect for their views
upon national politics?
The Government clacqucrs, how
ever, go even further. They as
sume that the foreign electors
opposed to the Government leave out
of their calculations all regard for
the welfare of the native element ;
that their own selfish inteicsts aie
alone sought to be promoted in
efforts to overthrow the Ministry.
When it is considered that a very
large proportion of the foreign elec
torate is identified with the national
life in similar degree to the class of
non-voters described above, it must
be concluded that the resources of
assurance have been bankiuplcd to
produce such a gratuitous insinua
tion. This conclusion is emphasized
by the fact that foreign gold pays
the expenses of promulgating those
mischievous assertions, designed to
poison the minds of natives and
simple-minded foreigncis against
that portion of the population which
constitutes the mainstay of Hawaiian
civilization, industry, commerce and
general national progress.
A. E. & A. 31., No. t.
A SPECIAL Meeting of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
will lw lif.li tint r.Vi.nin? lt
jfti&P 7:-,!0, for the miruoaeof on-
feiriug ihe Thiut Degiee.
By order ol
THE WOBSUIPFUL MAbTKB.
Honolulu, Dec. . I8S0. 92 11
To be Sold Cheap, from
Hazel Wood Farm !
Raisins & Peaches,
Xatuial Diied Fruit.
No Chemicals Used.
Dried ljr Itariiated Heat !
J. T. AVATBUHOUSE,
02 2v Queen Stieet.
Omen or Tin: Hawaiian Bi:li,
1, 1S85. J
Ti:li:i'Hom: Co., Dec
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Telephones in the C011H Hous-esof
thin, 'Walanae, Waialua and Kaneohc
ate not available lor the tiansaetion of
prhute business, or gcnetal me, with
out the special peiniission of tho Mar.
shal of the Kingdom. Cases of real
emeigency alone excepted.
Ptesid't II. B. Tel. Co.
Dic.J-I, 18S3. iil lw
XMMED1ATELY, a good Native Sales
man, acquainted with the dry goods
business. Apply to
l'Jl Jit N . b. SACHS, Fort Stieet.
BY a Gentleman with best reference
as Manager or Salesman in a mer-
.cnntilu business, is a good linguibt tmd
competent Bookkeeper. Apply at this
Olllce, 01 addiess "Y," Buu.rriN
Olllce. 11 lw
ANY purtou or peisons fuund shoot
ing on the land or in tho Loko of
Kaclcpulu. Kailua, Koolaupoko, Islnnd
ol Oahu, without written permission
limit thu undersigned, will be piosccut.
ed to tho lull o.Uent ol the law.
J.M. DOWSE'IT, 1
B. . I. SPALDING, J. Lessees.
A. .I.CAUTWBIGIlT,.Tr. )
Honolulu, Dec. !!, 1SS3. lw
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire & Marino Insur'ce Agents.
Till) Xl'H I'.iiclunil
MUTUAL LIFE INS. COMP'Y,
The JEtna Firo Insurance Co,,
of Hartford, Conn.
Tim Union J'lre and
Marine Insurance Co.,
of Sau Fi nnclsce, Cain.
& 7o 100
E. O. Hall & Hon,
1 liter. Island S. N. Co.,
1 law '11 Agricullutnl Co.,
Wlldci's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co..
Reeiptoelty Sugai Co.,
L. A. T1IUBSTON, Slock Biokei.
33 Merchant Stieet. 1C1 ly
Iieun instructed lo sell at
On MONDAY, DEC. 7lh,
At 18 o'clock noon, at the Honolulu
Yacht & Moat Club House,
3 leucine Canoes,
1 Double Canoe with 2 mils of Sails, 2
Masts, Oars, Paddles, etc.
1 Single Canoe with 2 suits of Sails and
Mast, Paddles, etc.
1 Single Practice Bowing Canoe.
The Canoes are stoied in the Honolulu
Yacht & Boat Club House, and will 'ho
sold without lcservc, on account only of
the owner not having the lclsuie for
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
101 Ht Auctioneers.
Patronize Horn Miistry !
J. W. HSWCLEY,
Foimcily of tlie Pioneer Cigar Fac
tory, has moved into ihc front p'irl of
the Crystal Soda WoiU, whcio he is
prepaied to till .all oideis at the lowest
B2T I -dand orders
From Bicmen, pei C. It. Bishop, and
now landing, an Invoice ot
Consisting in pan of
(In a variety of Styles and Piiccs).
Htu monicas, Violins, Zithcis, Prussian
Drum, Base Dunns, 28 in. Accor-
deoii, Tamborines, Flutes,
Fifes, Banjos, Stiings, etc.
E5?" These Goods were cnicfully
selected for this market, and at prices
thai will enable me lo oiler special in
ducements to the trade or any one who
wishes to purchase goods in the above
line. (ias;fv) C.E.WILLIAMS.
EX S S. MARIPOSA, AT
170 QUEEN STREET STORE, lm
Crystal Soda forte,
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeiatcd Watcis of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences
We Use Patent Stoiers
in all our Bottles.
Wo invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, recently introduced, by
which all waters used in our manufac
tines is absolutely ficcd f 10111 all iin.
Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
to nil parts of the city. We guarantee
our Goods to be tho best in the market.
Carciul attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
V. O. Box 307, Honolulu.
Hull Telephone : : 2i8
3IutimI Telephone : 8SO
tST Orders left with Benson, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Foit Street, will receive
We. also, are Agents for tho fhIo
of J. W HiHgloy's
188 of his own manufacture-. Cm
Vl uLOlliUlLuU ij
For Sim Francisco.
" A.USXJK,.iV2L.I A,"
Will leae for the tibou1 noil on or
For li eight 01 parage, apply to
18ltf II. ItAOKFlBjD 1V1 CO., AgcnK
Lease of Building
& Land on Queen Street.
On SATURDAY, Doc. fitli,
At 12 noon, on the Piomlses,
vo will sell,
rJL",i-J.lU J - HJ.A. WIS
of the wooden Building situate on Queen
Stieol, niakal of Hie Government
llulldliig, together with the
LEASE OF THE LAND
on which the Building 1 situated. Said
Lva-e has fi years to" urn liom May 1,
1S85, at $10 per month in advance. The
Land i- 40fl front and 00ft deep. The
Biiildingls neiuly new, has been used
for a l'ol Factory, and has a steam ho.
fnrantnu. The iluildine: can he remov
ed nt the end of the Lease. 2r Tcims
Cash. Papers at epen-o of putchnsur.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
100 tit Auctioneeip.
AKSIUXIWtS SABiH OF
The undersigned w ill offer for sale at
Public Auction at the Auction Boom of
E. P. Adams &. Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. Stli,
At 12 o'clock noon,
Alllh.it Desirable Propcity of J. II.
Boyd, a voluntary Bankiiipt, containing
i:Sl-100of an Aeie, together with all
the Buildings situated theieon, which
2-Story Dwelling House
IN GOOD OUDBB.
One Cottage, Bain. Carl iagellouo, and
Bath Houm.'. Thcieisa water light to
the land, besides tlie Government water
is laid cm. The title to the land is in
fee simple and is contained in Boyal
Patent Xo. SOI, and is sold flee of all
incumbianees. There is a large number
of ticcscm s.ikl laud, and the buildings
uie in good repair. A plan of the same
e.m be -eeii at the olllce of the under
signed, aud all explanation that may be
required will be given. The teimsof
the sale aio Cash and all deeds at tlie
expense of tho pui chaser. Adjoining
said lotaie tlnee mrcel of land belong
ing to Maiia A. Boyd, and the Tiutees
of said Maria A. Boyd will offer them
for sale itt the ame time and place.
Plans of the said lots can be seen at my
olllce. W. C. PAKKE, Assignee.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
Honolulu, Xov. 13, 16S3. 184
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
The undersigned, duly authori7ed
Trustees for Maria A. Boyd, will oiler
nt Public Auction, ot the salesroom of
Ji. P. Adams & 00.,
ON TUESDAY, Dec. Stli,
at 12 o'clock noon, all those
Desirable Parcels of Laud
situated at Olomann, Pauoa, in tlie rear
of and adjoining tlie well-known Boyd
The Parcel known as the KAAUKUU
LOT, adjoining the Boyd Premises on
tlie maukii side mid containing ?f of an
acre, moicorless, and more full- des
cribed in U.P. No. C0:i. L. O. A. No.
adjoining said Boyd Premises on the
niakai or town side, containing 47-100 of
an acic, more or less, nnd more fully
described in R. P. No. 1,018, L. C. A.
No. 1 5,010 B. Also,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining tho above, containing 40-100
of an ncie, more or less, and moio fully
described in R. P. No. 2,310 Tho fore
going parcels aio under leii'-e at $2!i0
per umium, expiring September 1. lbS'J.
Also, thatPmcel situated cm Punch
bowl Hoad and extending lo anil across
tho Pauoa Stream, and there adjoining
tho belote-mentioned p.neels(teo plan),
containing!! nnd IS. 100 of auiicie, mote
or less, and more fully detciibed in R.
P. No. 2,530. This is n good, healthy
location for a homestead, tho lot has a
small house on it aud is well covered
with a lino giovo of algciob.i tiees.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
opposite tho residence of Dr. McGrew,
extending fiom tho Saratoga llousu to 11
point near the olllce of tho Fashion
Stables, on which aio a cottage at pro.
sent bringing in a rental of 25 per
mouth, and a 2-btoried house which is
leased to tho Fashion Stables, together
with a small poition of gtoiuid coveted
by the stables, bringing an annual
rental of $210. This leuso epiiesou
April 1, 18'JO. Seo plans ill E. P. Adams
& Co.'s salcsinoms. Titles good, Deeds
at expenso of purohuseis.
Geo. II. BoiimtTsoN, , ,.,....,..
O. Boltb, , nubites.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
170 17t Auctioneers.
JNO. A. PALMER,
Will Attend to any Business ontruatod to him.
Meal Bslato Bought and Sold,
Houses and Booms Hentcd,
Oflleu woik done,
Correspondence attended to,
Hooks nn (I Accounts kept,
Steamer passage seem
OIHco, No. J Fori Street, Honolulu, II. 1.,
I0r Mutual Telephone NTo. 1211. IM) 1 w
B. F. DlM.IMlltAM,
President and Manage!.
Pacific Hardware Company,
FORT STREET, : : : : : : HONOLULU
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
Picpaiatory to stock taking, we oiler a large line of Tinvwue suitable for
couiitiy and retail slous at
O-renLly 3K,ccluic;eI Prices !
Codec Pot, Tea Pots, Tea ICctihs, Tin Pail-:, Tin Lanterns, Milk Cans, Milk Polio,
Dish Pan, Milk Pant, Baking Pans, Bung Dippers, Strainers, Pie Plates, etc.
WEST, DOW & CO.,
.lust lleceivetl, ex Alameda, si
Large Assortment of Furniture !
including Light and Dark Cedar and Ash Bedroom Sets, aud full
size Bedsle ids, assorted woods; Ash Cottage, Nurse and
assorted Dining room and Baby Cliairs.
will arrive on ae.vt steamer.
E2T We nave, also, on hand, 111 addition to our usual stock, a large assort
ment of Fancy Goods, Tns and Picture Mouldings. ISO
IW LOT OF
AJLJL - OEIXS, "EJI13DaOIIESI8.Y'
CHARLES J. FISHEL'S
Gorner Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALEBS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STBEETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fiedi Ca ilornia rioduceby every Steamer. All oiilors faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part ot the city free of chnrgo. Island oiders toll.
uiiuu. o.iiisiiuuiuu guaranteed, rost
(Foimerly with Samuel Nott).
Imptortei unci Deivlei in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CROCK KUY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWAUE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - - - Fort Street.
W Stoic formeily occupied by S. NOTT, opposito Spreckels & Co.'s Bank. -a
Wew Light on the Subject !
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX BARK MARTHA DAVIS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil : : : : 1SOO
Electric Kerosene Oil : : : : : 1500
Superior Kerosene Oil : : : : 1300
All the above Oil is fjiksu and oood, nnd will be sold at letall or In
lots to suit, at low lutes. Also,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides the above, a largo variety of Eastern
Goods used by all Stoics and Plantations, all of which will ho sold ill leasonablft
prices by (1801m) E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
Qiiailcrly Bills made,
Cii'-toni Iloute Woik attended to.
Goods rnteiod and ltinifeiul lo Inter-
I 'tu chafes made,
Commissions of eery kind executed.
cd, etc., do., etc.
Jas. O. Srr.M'Kii,
Secretary and Tic.ibuii 1.
NEW GOODS !
uuico uox' HO. TelODhonc No. 03.
, r.M 1i uJri&k a?-aiiiliiL1r-)'fe4rt,Lte iy, 'J&M
t .Siito . jti.