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All pcr.oin having garbage, etc, for
rumov.il by the City Scavenger, mole
qui'stcd to hnvo thi' same In rciullnes
before S o'clock a.m. After that hour
the enrtmeu me othetwieo employed,
ami will not call until the following
morning, thus leaving the unsightly
hoses or founds In front of your pre
mises all day.
J. N. KAIA1KAWAHA,
1)3 lv Cimtraclor for Cleaning Streets.
J3JS1LOP & Co., HANKJ2KS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
LSivnlc ol" Culii"oiuiu, W. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mews. X- M. ltothschild &S011, London.
The Oomiuercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Uank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Uhristcliurch, and Wellington.
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
torisi, H. U. and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gcnoinl Hanking Ihisuu-ss.
flodgod to neither Sect nor Party,
Bat established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1885.
INQUIRIES ABROAD CHANGES TO "IN
CREASE THE NATION."
Following are extracts from a
private letter written by a gentleman
in England and formerly a resilient
of this Kingdom, addressed to the
Rev. Dr. Damon, the writer not
having been informed, at the time of
writing, of the doctor's decease :
T focinsr a ureal traveler, am fre
quently referred to for reliable in
formation and advice, by people who
wish to change their home, and br
others who arc iutcrcbled in iindiug
an outlet for members of their fami
lies. In a country like England,
with younger sons always coming on
lo the stage of life, with families
broken by depression in trade or
other decay of means, it becomes a
serious question when asked, "Where
shall we go?" To the young men
with plenty of energy and veiy little
money, 1 recommend Texas. They
can rough it. To the man of family
and of some means unable to rough
it, but requiring to find a place to
foenin afresh for the sake of his
children, I recommend fruit farming,
because a few acres are snllicient,
outlay small, and labor not labori
ous; in fact, to many such a farm
would be no more than a garden
about their house. I have always
considered that an orange grove
would be a very profitable affair in
your islands, 'and have urged friends
to go in for thai; do their best in
growing marketable fruits till the
trees are orange-bearing. My dilli
culty is in giving my friends correct
information as to the present state
of affairs in your islands in regard
to facilities to obtain land, whether
bv free Kraut, purchase from Gov
ernment, or private owners, and if
leased from Government, what term
of years ; for if only for 21 years, it
would not answer to expend money
in planting trees that will not bear
for 5 years, or be in full bearing for
8 or 10 years. It has appeared to
me that your islands offer a fair field
of retirement for a class of refined
people here, who cannot keep up
that position in life that they have
been bred to and who are totally unlit
for farming or cattle ranching in
America, especially in the Western
Stales the life is too coarse.
I have ventured to ask 'you to
favor me, at your early convenience,
with such information as may seem
applicable to the views I have put
forth, and any further information
regarding present prices, cost of
living, currency, customs duties,
house rent, servants, servants'
wages, and the industries now
Capital brings o little return in
this country, and the shrinkage of
values is so great, that I am reolved
to make my home elsewhere ; but
where? at present I cannot say.
Ilavimr been the world over, there
.is no place I can choose for climate,
geniality and social surroundings,
that pleases my mind to dwell upon,
more than your own.
THE "CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
Editor- Dui.ixtix; In your issue
,of the 8th inst., you devoted a large
share of your bpace to tin article
from the S. F. llitllctin on "the
Church of England in Politics."
Said article contained so many mis
statements that they ought at once
to be replied to. As you may hayo
. inserted the article in good faith, it
is right that you should have the
first opportunity of inserting n reply.
Having been brought up as a
member of the English Church, nnd
having left England quite recently,
it is news to me to rend that tho
Church is attached to any political
party. Numbers of the clergy arc
Liberals or were so until their
rights weic attacked, and many of
the present UMiops and Deans re
ceived their nomination from Mr.
It is also news lo learn that the
Church is supported by taxation.
This statement, 1 know, is repeat
edly made, but the challenge has
been thrown down again and again,
but never takeu up, to produce the
name of a single clergyman (ex
cept army or navy chaplains), who
receives or has received a single six
pence from the state for his services
as n clergyman of the Church of
The Chinch is supported by lier
own endowments left to her by the
piety of her children, and because
these endowments are large, greedy
eyes are cast niton them, and those
who have separated themselves from
the Church in a great many instances
'(there arc honorable exceptions)
long for her property.
The Bishops do occupy scats in
the upper house, nnd "being all
trained, speakers and men of exten
sive information" they have an in
llucnce which cannot be overrated.
But, surely, it is better that in the
deliberations of a nation there should
be present to take a part some who
arc pledged by their ollico to up
rightness, integrity, and holiness of
life. The American Legislature ad
mits clergy as its members the
English House of Commons ex
cludes them, but admits them to the
House of Lords a privilege which
they have enjoyed from time im
memorial in fact the Bishops
icere the House of Lords in days
when the Constitution of England
was in its infancy.
I am quite unaware of any party
within the church wishing for dis
establishment. On the contrary, the
Church at the present moment is
presenting an undivided front to
meet the attack upon her rights and
privileges. Should disestablishment
take place, the shock will be felt
times when it may not bo required
for other services.
1. That the said congregation
shall be allowed to have the use of
such buildings or parts of buildings
ns may be available for the purpose
for Sunday school or other meetings
in connection with the Church work.
5. That the said congregation
shall assume all liability respecting
the existing engagement with the
Rev. George Wallace, he being
licensed by the Bishop ns their
(i. Thai the offertories at the ser
vice of the said congregation, except
those upon two special days an
nually, which shall be given for
such missionary purposes as tho
Bishop may designate, shall be avail
able for the general expenses of the
congregation and expended under
their direction, and that the care
and cleaning of the Cathedral shall
be provided for out of the said
(Signed): A. S. Cleghorn, T.
May, C. E. llenson, Thco. II. Davies,
Charles Crazier, E. W. Jordan, W. S.
Luce, II. Dudoit, S.F.Corncv, W.H.
Mary F. Benson by II. M. Benson,
Wm. F. Love, G. D. Frecth, Jas. W.
Robertson, Alex. Campbell, F. M.
Hatch, J.M.Monsarrat, Thos. Brown,
Thos. R. Walker, Richard F. Bicker
ton, M.F. Robinson, Edward Ilulton,
Jas. II. Wodehousc, S. S. Robertson,
G.E. Smithies, Malcolm Brown, John
A. Palmer, A. McKibbin, Elizabeth
Sehaefer, Emily E. Berry, Fred
Whitney, Geo. W. Smith, E. B.
Thomas, Thos. M. Starkey, Pauline
t m mo
.. m 100
tC .(MI 100
not in England only, but throughout
the whole world and the dream of
the socialist and communist will
advance one step nearer its rea
lization. Another statement among many
which I will not touch upon lest I
should trespass too much upon your
space is that Mr. Gladstone in the
absence of the rector olliciates as the
leader of the service in his own
parish church. This statement
alone shows how little real know
ledge of the subject the writer of
the article possesses, for anyone
who knows anything at all about the
English Church is perfectly well
aware that no one bill an ordained
clergyman can olllciatc in a con
secrated building and the only
ministerial act which Mr. Glad
stone or any other layman can per
form during divine service is the
reading of the lessons when the in
cumbent desires it.
To refer to local matters, it would
interest some of your readers to
know that the "independent sec
tion" of the congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral, at their meet
ing last Monday, numbered nine
ladies and four gentlemen and by
this important body the measures
were taken which you reported in
your issue of the 8th inst.
MR. ACIIIU, of Honolulu, having
made nn assignment-to me of all
his property, notice is hereby given lo
all persons to present their claims
ngaint the said Achiu at once, at the
olllcc of H. llackfeld & Co., and all per
sons indebted to tnid Achiu arc hereby
requested lo make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
J. F. IIACKFELDj
93 3t Assignee of Achiu.
lliiw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co..
13. O. Hall & Son,
Inter.lsland 8. N. Co.,
llnw'n Agriculluial Co,,
Wltdcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Hrewcr & Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Reclpioclty Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stocl
3S Merchant Street.
NEW 1XKI2SS MAKING
MRS. .1. LYONS begs to iufoun tho
Ladies of Honolulu that she has
just opened tho large and spacious
rooms over tho store occupied hy C. J.
Fisliel forrairying on tho business of
in all its branches Havinc made nr-rangeinent-
to lecoivc fioin Einopo and
America all the latest Fashion, she
hones, bv do in; work thoroughly and
at low prices, lo receive a fair share of
patronage. Call and fcc me,
!I7 :ini MRS. .I.LYONS.
1 PERSONS wauling jobs done, in or
. about their houses or giounds, will
Unit competent nnd trust woilliy men
and women for such work hy applying
at tho North Pacific Missionaiy Insti
tute, 50 Punchbowl Slrcet, between
Bcretnnia and King Streets. 00 lw
FSS3E BRICKS !
O-raixcl Holiday Sale of
Christmas & New Year's Gifts
AT AiJCTBON, OE3
Saturday Evening, December 12, 1885,
AT V O'CLOCK.
We have received instructions from Messrs. U. W. MAOIWM.ANB &, U.)., lo
close out without reserve, at our Salesroom, the greater portion of their Immense
Stork of Holiday Goods, constating in part of
Elegant Clia Tea and Dinner Sets,
Xmas &New Year's
Largo iwsoilmcnt of Majolica Vases, Ornaments and Oyster Plates, Kino Photo
graph Alliums, Urlc-a-Ur'ae, Bifquo Figures nnd Ornament, Fine Toilet Articles,
Llgncr Stands, Wall Brackets nnd Minors. Desert Sets, 13eautiful Stuffed Uinta,
Assortment of Embroidered Furniture, Photo frame, Large line of Fine Hug-t,
small and large; Fnncy Glassware, Oil Paintings nnd other Pictures, Sllvor-l'lated
Ware, Bird Cages and Lamps. Also, a varied line of Toys, Children's Ten Sets,
Dulls nnd Accordeons, just imported; with an Invoice or Beautiful Silver Jewelry;
also, a variety of
Japanese and Chinese Goods,
All of which comprises one of the finest lots of Goods tlint will Lc ofTen-d at Auc
tion duriug the present Holidays, jgy- Good will bo ready for impaction on
FHIDAY and SATUltDAY. The Ladies are specially Invited lo ntteiui, for whom
seats will lie provided.
97 3t LYONS & OOHEN, Auct'rs.
FOR SALE BY
On TUESDAY Evening,
Dec. 15th, at 7 o'clock, at my Salesroom,
10 Queen Street, I will sell at Public
Auction, a large nnd valuable assort
ment of Goods suitable for Christmas
and New Year's Presents, consisting of
China Crape Shawls,
Silks, Satins, Laces, Fichus.
Dress Goods, Lndirs' Slippers Velveteen,
Striped Satin Delaine, Jewelry,
Quilts, Ladies' Dolmans, latc-l style;
Also, a splendid assortment of
Velvet Rugs & English Um
N.li. As this is the first sale this sen
son of these kinds of Goods, Ladies are
respectfully invited to call and examine
them the day pievious to sale, as special
accommodation will be provided for
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE &
'I lie Magnificent Steamship
' AXTSTXt-AJLT A.,"
Will leave for the above port on or
For freight or passage, apply lo
181tf II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
By order of His E.v. the Minister of
the Interior, I am instructed to tell at
Public Auction, the
IS that YOU, MR. FISIIEL ?
"Have yon any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth,
double -width, such as yon
sold to Mrs. Jonkinson yes
terday for $1 50 a. yard? If
It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
so, send me 20 yards.
have ever seen for the Money."
" Quite right. It's below value !"
THE BISHOP OF HONOLULU'S CIRCULAR.
Kiirnm Btn.i.r.Tix: In a letter
signed by the Bishop of Honolulu,
and pubiifehed in to-day's Buuxiix,
reference was made to a document
which was forwarded to the liisliop
on the 2uth of August. "Whilst 111:1113"
of the signers of this document
regret that its discussion should he
made a subject of newspaper cor
respondence, they are ol opinion
that the publication of the quota
tions and criticisms given 1)3' the
Bishop render it necessary that equal
prominence be given to the docu
ment in its entirety.
I enclose a copy of the said docu
ment, and shall lie indebted to your
courtesy if you will give it place in
your columns to-morrow. I am,
etc., Tnos. li. Wai.kkk.
Honolulu, December 10, 1885.
The undersigned members of the
English-speaking congregation now
worshipping at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, Honolulu, beg respectfully to
suggest the following steps, which
lhe3' believe would promote to a
very important extent the welfare of
the congregation and the success of
the work of the Anglican Chinch in
1. That the members of tho said
congregation lie formed into a dis
tinct society, having authority to
elect their own minister, subject to
the approval of the Bishop of the
2. That the minister so elected
bhall have full charge of the order
of services for the said congregation
during such hours as may he allotted
for their having the use of tho
!5. That the said congregation
shall be allowed to have the use of
the Cathedral for morning and even
ing service on Sundays, for evening
service on Wednesdays, and morn
ing and evening service on festivals
nnd other holy flnys ami at other
St PAUL MILWAi
Short Line between Council Blull's,
Omaha, Denver and San
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands
By K. P. ADAMS & CO., at
Monday Evening-, Dec. 34th,
At 7 o'clock, when wc will sell
an assortment ol
Fine English Hugs, Sonic Nice Toys,
Fancy Ten Sets, Musical Boxe-i,
A smnll lot of Fine Japanese Goods,
Handsome Inlaid Tables, Trays,
Boxes, Cups, Chinese Goods,
Ten Sets, Fancy Ware, Silk Handker
chiefs, J'ongeo Silks nnd Joweliy,
Albums, Silver Watches, Aiistons,
Mirrois, Fancj' Vases, Tea Cups and
(in good order),
Mahogany Writing Desk aid Secretary,
Ladies' Work Table, Wall Pockets, etc.
EST" Mo on hand promptly for Bar
gains. The Ladies will liavo special
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
07 4t Auctioneers.
on the corner of Nuuanu and Queen
Streets, lately occupied by the Superin
tendent of the Water Works, on
SATURDAY, DEC. 12th,
nt 12 noon. BSy Terms Cash, nnd
Buildings to be removed within 10 days.
DO -ft LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
XMAS SALE !
B. F. Dillingham,
President and Manager.
Jas. G. Sr-ENCEii,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
Preparatory to stock taking, we offer a large line of Tinware suitable for
country nnd retail stores at
GJ-reatly IfcecLiieetl 3?riees I
Coftee Pots, Tea Pols, Tea Keiths, Tin Pails, Tin Lanterns, Milk Cans, Milk Pails,
Dish Pans, Milk Pans, Baking Pans, Bung Dippers, Strainers, Pie Plates, etc.
By Older of Messrs. G. W. Macfarlane
& O.., on
WEDNESDAY, Dec. lth,
At 10 a.m., at their store, Comer Fort
and Queen Streets, we will offer a large
and choice collection of Fiench and
English Novelties, particularly suitable
for Christinas ami Now Year's, nnd
which have never before been offered at
auction. The Fine Quality of these
Goods cannot fail to commend them lo
a cultivated taste, and we therefore con
fidently ask their inspection by the
Ladies of Honolulu, being sure that
their judgment will confirm ours.
lam Beautiful Novelties
Wc can mention only a few, tuch as
Elegant French Bronze Statues, "Front
do Boeuf and Itoliln Hood," Gentle
men's Russia Writing Desks,
Massive Bronze Ewers, Square Spliynx
Jardiniere, Tuuuioifio grounds; Es.
quimnux and Seal Umbrella Stand;
Incised and Carved Persian Vines;
Jar.shaped Vases, Vallands Bed
Ground and Hlnck; Bibbon Hasket,
Chocolate ground and Chintz; Elegant
Uron.e Statue with Clock.
1 Pair of Magnificent Vases,
Bepioduced from old Sevre? models,
granted to M. Daniel I by II. I. M. Nn.
polcon III j they aie of Hose Avomurimt
lint, sin mounted with Tiopical Birds of
most brilliant plumage, elaborately and
liehly finished in Gold.
1 Bohemian Glass Set, Parian Marble
Uust "Clytio" Telescope by Negiutta
ami Tarn bra; n variety ol Beautiful
Vases, Flat, Medallion Bronze, Majolica,
&c; Garden Seals, Yellow and Tur.
quolsc, Plush Work Table;
Bronze Wall Clocks
Albums, cabinet sle, and variety of
styles; Flour Pots, Pink ground and
Prlinioso; Brackets nnd Placques ami
numerous other Beautiful Articles
which can bo inspected the day before
tho sale nt leisure. US'" Wo invito
everyone to come and seu what wo liavo
to sell, for mi opportunity is now offered
thul will probably never again occur.
E P. ADAMS & Co.,
DO td Auctioneers,
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Just Received, ex Alameda, a
Large Assortment of Furniture I
including Light and Dark Cedar nnd Ash Bedroom Sets, and full
size Bedsteads, assorted woods; Ash Cottage, Nurse and
assorted Dining room and Baby Chairs.
LARGE CHRISTMAS ORDER
will nrrive on next stenmcr.
IST We nave, also, on hand, in addition to our usual stock, a largo assort,
ment of Fancy Goods, Toys and Picture Mouldings. 189
H. E. McIPOTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOUTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST COHNEH FOKT AND KING STUEETS.
?,7 ?"'!s rI,:''c,1vcl1 'y uvcr' Banket from tho Eastern States and Europe.
iMcshU llornia Pioduce by every Steamer. All oiders faithfully attended lo.
and Good delivered to any part ot the oily free of chargo. Island orders foil,
cited, Satisfaction guaiaiilced. Post Ollico Box 1-15. Tolenhono No. 93, 108 ly
(Foimcrly with Samuel Nott).
Importei- uurt Donlei in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OHOOKBKY, GLASSWABE, HOUSE FUKNIB1IINU IIAUDWA1IE,
AGATE IKON AND TINWABE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company,
Beaver Block, - - ' - Fort Street.
tST Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckels &. Co.'b Bunk. a
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