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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange) on the
ISunlt oL'G'ulilurniu, W. ir.
Ami lliclr nguuts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Sou, London.
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., o Sydney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand! Auckland,
Christeliurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of Biiilih Columbia, Vic
torla, 1!. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General thinking Business.
Wu gnUg aUU:Hn,
rie-.lgcJ to aeltbar Scot nor Fait;.
Bat cstubllihod for tho honoEt of nil.
. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 23, 1885.
AN ISLAND REPUBLIC.
Tin' reprint article, mulct the
above heading, from the San Fran
cisco Jitilhtin, which appears in
our issue lo-ilay, gives a much bet
ter view of social conditions and
opinions on these' Islands than we
are accustomed to read in the
columns of out big foreign contem
poraries. It is true that very large
conttibutions of money and laborers
have been made by the religious
bodies of the States for civilizing
and Christianizing the Islands, and
it is no less true that the " lax ways
which have crept into the adminis
tration" would, if not vigorously
opposed, in a very shoit time, undo
all tho Christianizing and civilizing
which have been accomplished ; -and
the heathen practices of past ages
would be restored, and to them
would be superadded the more re
fined depravity of the worst phases
of perverted civilization.
In the United Spates, and other
countries possessing complete con
stitutional systems, and a hcalthy
tone of public opinion, an erratic
administration can be brought to
book, but in this Kingdom, a large
number of the so-called representa
tives are virtually the personal pro
pert' of the administration, being
civil service olllcials, and the tone
of public opinion is very well ex
pressed by our trans-l'acilio name
sake, "As for the natives of most
of these islands, they do not care a
bauble who governs them, so they
arc left to their ways." The Cab
inet, is therefore practically beyond
the reach of those corrective bi
ll nonces which bear directly upon
governments in other countries.
The ideas advanced in the article
referred to, that a great Inter-Island
Republic may be formed here, either
independently or by annexation to
some otlrer power, may bo worth
taking into serious consideration at
some future day. At present,
events arc not ripe for transferring
the matter from the arena of jour
nalistic speculation to the field of
practical politics. The Inter-Island
Republic is something very pretty
for newspaper men to dream about,
but the present social structure of
this Kingdom is of too heterogeneous
a character to admit of any mdical
changes in our autonomy or in our
relations to other powers. The first
and greatest task before the states
men of Hawaii, if there arc any, is
to secure for the Kingdom free and
independent representative institu
tions. "When public opinion acquires
sulllcient momentum to effect the
present much needed reforms, it
will have developed some of the
neeessaiy qualillcations for dispos
, ing of questions of great national
The public debt of the United
States was reduced during the
month of October, over thirteen
millions of dollars. Will any one
tell us how much the Hawaiian
national debt was reduced during
the same period?
There is great activity in the
Roman Catholic Chinch throughout
the United States, on the temper
ance question, owing to a strong
letter' issued by the Plenary Council
at Baltimore. Already the saloon
keepers belonging to the Church 'in
Philadelphia have been induced to
give up their Sunday tralllc.
George Augustus Sala left Auck
land, New Zealand, on Dec. 2nd, for
Sydney, N. S. W. The latter days
of his stay in the former city were
spiced with a little unpleasantness,
caubeil by the JJcll deprecating
Mxo honors paid to a, newspaper
correspondent and nn actor (Sain
and Uoucicnult), who it intimated
hail only selfish objects in visiting
the country. At a farewell lcccp
tion by prominent citizen'' on the
day of his dcparluic, Sala wannly
resented the ungenerous treatment of
the newspaper above-named. The
Hell promised to give him u .'ili'
dlctory in its next issue
A private letter fjoni Washing
ton states lh:r the charge of Ha
waiian affairs, . i!tig Hon. Jlr.
Carter'- absence mission to
Europe, has been leit m the hands
of the Peruvian Minister. Our in
formant, the recipient of tho letter,
regards this as a peculiar act on the
pail of the Government, when lion.
Dr. Smith, a gentleman thoroughly
conversant with Hawaiian interests
as well as devoted to them, is in
Washington, it is supposed, on Gov
ernment business. Particularly is
it desirable that the Kingdom should
he represented cffeclivelj' at the
present time, when Congress is sit
ting and action may be taken pre
judicial to the Treat at any mo
ment. A special despatch to the Provi
dence Journal from London states
that a portion of Sir John Mac
donald, the Canadian Premier's,
business in the metropolis is to con
fer with Lord John Manners, the
Imperial Postmaster-General, at the
lattcr's desire, on the subject of
subsidizing the Canadian Pacific
Railway for conveying the British
mails to India, China and Australia.
This looks promising for Honolulu
becoming a port of call, in the near
future, for another very important
line of steamships, accompanied,
perhaps, with a measure of reci
procity providing for a free cxchairge
of Hawaiian products with at least
the coal and lumber of the Dominion
THE ALLEGED WASTE OF WATER.
Kimon Bi'j.i.rriN : My statement
in your Monday's paper that the
artesian wells at Waialua wcic per
mitted to How wastcfully was given
on information which 1 thought
trustworthy. I am glad to learn by
the statement of Mr. Gasper Sylva
that I was misinformed. I' would
not knowingly do him an injustice.
Pawaa, December 23, 1885.
Now could J ill ink hot blood,
And do such hitter business as the day
Would quake lo look on. iSfiaf.es.
Eurron Bui.t.ktin : Your "Rush
ing Set-em-up," to whom was
entrusted the "first take" on my
answer to "Aloha " which appeared
in your issue of the 9th inst., unin
tentionally made an "out" in my
article which gives an appearance to
the immediate ncighboihood of the
fifty-fifth lino, where the mishap
occuired, similar to that of a finely
coopered-up washtub from which the
bottom had suddenly and myster
iously disappeared. What I wrote
was as follow.-,: "And lo piove
that prohibition in the liquor traffic
has been, is, and always will be a
total failure wherever it has bpen,
is, or may be attempted, to be forced
upon an enlightened community."
By giving space to this much needed
correction, you will greatly obligo
your deeply injured
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1885.
THE CASINO CliOSEDr
FROM and after this day tho CASINO
is closed for good.
.208 at H.J.NOLTE.
AT Kapiolaul Park, on Fildny, at 1
o'clock . p.m. Tho Celebrated
Tiotllng Hoibcx "George Treat" and
"Joe Duke." "George Treat" entered
and driven by A. Brouso; "Joe Dako"
entered and driven by Captain Cluuey;
mile and icpcat; Parte, 500.
Also, J-niilo Running Race, 2 in tf
Sam Paikei's "Billy" v..rfo m
A. Arthur "Sorrel Coll" l "rt i10
ED" Admittance to tho Races at tho
Park, SfGO cents. 203 2t
Honolulu, H. I-
Wholesale Impoitcr and Dealer In
California Wines, Unicodes,
Pnni&Iouh and Produce.
Fresh Receipts by every Steamer.
Just turivcd, u large consignment of
Wine, in Cases & Kegs,
Poit, Sweet Muscat,
Zlnlundel Chiiet, Malaga, ,
'1'iiblo Olaiet. Tokay, .
Gerke, While Wine,
Pilscnci Beer, Champagnes,
Which ho oilers for Bale at the UBual low
200 prices, lni
Notice of Letters Patent.
A'LL persons nro hereby notified that
Letters Patent were issued by the'
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNEY of Honolulu on tho 10th day
of Dcccinhei, A.i. 1895, for nn improve,
mont in binke, gig and chniu springs
and that said Letters Patent wcie as.
signed by the said James Konno lo the
llnwniian Can lago Manufacturing Com
pany on the 22nd day of December, A.n.
1885, vthcicfoio the said Hawaiian Car.
rlagc Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons against Infiinglug on
llio said Letters Patent.
HAW'N CARRIAGE MANF'G Co.
Honolulu, Dee. 22, 1835. 208 tf
Million of Sale.
On TIIUKSDAY EVEN'G,
At 7 o'clock, the Sale of
By older nl" Geo. "W. Macf.iihino & Co.,
will lie continued at my Salesioom.
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
lew Year's Sales !
On MONDAY EVENING,
Dec. 28th, at 7 p.m., at Salesroom',
A CllOIcn A8S0HTMKXT OP
Chinese & Japanese Waves,
SILKS, &c, &c,
Chielly fioin llic well-known Stock of
Chow ing it Co.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
20S Ot Auctioneers.
Programme of the
Hawaiian Rile Association
to be held nt the Casino Range,
Kapiolani Paik, on
Friday, January 1, 1S8G,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A II.
I H. R. A. Trophy,
(Valued at 150). Competitor limit.
ed to members of the Association.
Conditions ov Match For the highest
aggregate score at 200 and 500 yaids;
ten rounds at each distance; nny mill
taiy rille under the rules; to become
the propei ty of the mai ksmnn winning
it llnee times at regular meetings o!
the II. H. A. Entrance fee, $1.
2 The 200-Yard Match,
1st Prize, A Springfield Rifle; 2nd
Prize, SO; Ud Fris-e, $2.50.
CoxMTiorsb Open to all marksmen;
any military ritle under the rule;.;
rounds 10; distance, 200 yards; en-
trance fee, 1; cntiies unlimited.
3 Tho Brodie Medal,
(Value at $50). Also, 2 Cnhh Piiz.e3 of
$5 and $2.50, iu addition to tho Medal,
which is the 1st Prize.
Conditions Open to all members of
the Association and members of the
regular and volunteer military com.
panic? of tho Kingdom, to become the
pioperty ol the mm ksmnn winning it
three times at regular meetings of the
11. H. A. Distance, 200 yards; lounds
10; any militaiy rille under the rules;
limited to one entiy for each com
petitor. Entrance fee, $1.
4 The Consolation Match,
1st Prize, ,Sd Piize, $5; 3d Prize $2.
Conditions Open to all mnrksmen
who havo never made a recoul ex
ceeding 70 per cent, nt any meeting of
the II. It. A. Hounds, 0; distance,
200 yards; any military rille under
theiuies. Entrnnco fee, CO cents; en
J. BRODIE, M.D , President.
J. II. Fibhkk, Sccritary. 208 lw
Oi LUo Year.
Saturday, Deo. 26, 1885,
Miss GENEVIEVE WARD,.
(The Leading Tragio Actress of the
English-speaking Stago), and
Mr. W. H. VERNON,
(The Popular London Actor),
"Will give an Entertainment at the abovo
Hall, consisting of Dramatic Heeitals
lrom Shakspeio and the Modem l'oets,
concluding with a performance of the
Sir Edward Ardent. .Mr. W. II. Veinon
Mis. Clilllliigtoiiq.MissGenevlevo Wmd
Box Plan open THURSDAY moriilnfi,
at U o'clock sharp, at the nlllcc of J. E.
Witcinan. 1ST Soilo of Prices Re
served Beats, $1.50; Back row, balcony,
$1 ; Gallery, CO cents.
Doors open ul 7;80; Performance
commences at 8. 207
FOli M TA".
(..i HO 100
f ir, ioo
(L :i:i 10
Hnw'n Carriage Mnnf'g Co.,
E. O. Hall ii Son,
Inlet. Island S. N. Co.,
Hnw'n Agiicultuinl Co.,
Wlldcr's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer As Co.,
Vnlluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugai Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Biokcf.
39 Mcrohnnt Street. 151 ly
A FINE lot of Turkeys, Roasting
PigS Folk and llolognn Sausages
of Ihc besf (pialHy. Also Beef, Mutlivi,
Veal, Fork and Spiced Beef. Lnv
in del s eaily nt FOREST MARKET,
Cor. Hotel and Union Slieet. 207 ;!t
Young Pigs ibr Sale.
In extra good co'iditlon.
Law Books at Auction.
By order of Mrs. A. Long, Adminis.
trail ix of the Estate of John Russell, de
censed, we will sell,
On THURSDAY, Dec. S-lth,
At 10 n.m , at Salesroom,
Moio or lo-s, of Ike Law Llbiaiy of the
laic John Russell,
1 Large Book Case.
The Books can he seen on TUESDAY
and WEDNESDAY at Salesioom.
.3D. P. ADAMS & Co.,
20 J lw Auctioned s.
KOU WOOD, ranging lrom eight to
llftccn inches in diameter. Apply
to tho PACIFIC NAVIGATION Co.
J. F. NOBLE,
A CCOUNTANT, Copyist, Collector
XX. and Gencial Business Agent, also
Tourists, Agency. Olllce for the present
willi W. II. Pago. Cairiage Repository.
Fort street. 20!! lit
To ihe Business Community:
.UARTERLY Bills Distributed, Ac
counts made out, Books wiittcn up
and Balanced, Collections of Accounts
a specialty. Every Business Man should
call on me who deshe the above busi
ness attended to. ,T. E. WISEMAN,
203 lm General Business Agent.
HOMES, HOMES !
To ILct and X,cumc:
Cottage on Punchbovtl Street, 0
Rooms, &25 a month.
Cottage on Beictania Stieet, 0 Rooms,
$!!ij u mouth.
Cottage on Lunalllo Street, 10 Rooms,
$50 a month.
Cottage on Nuuauu Street, 0 Rooms,
$25 ii month.
Cottage on Kiiinu Street, 4 Rooms, $1S
Cottage on Merchant Street, -1 Rooms,
12 a month.
Cottage on Queen Street, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on King Street (Palnmn), 0
Rooms, 30 a month.
Cottage on Lililia Street, 0 Rooms,
$20 u month.
Cottage on Bcrctania Street (Smith's
Bridge), 9 a mouth.
Cotingo on Pensacohi'Strcet, 5 Rooms,
$15 a month.
Cottage on Emma Street, 0 moms, 30
Largo roomy Lodging House, 17
rooms, central location, 50 a month.
Property for Sale:
On Luualllo Street, new house, 10
rooms; lot 200.i00,and paddock, 0,000.
At Punahou, large roomy house on.2
acres of land, lino timber laud and pas
ture, artesian well water, 5,000.
At Punahou, flouting on tlnce streets,
a laigc, roomy house in good condition,
over an acre of ground ; stables, chicken
house, outside cottage; gi omuls neatly
laid out. Sell ou easy terms.
On Lililia street, corner 'of School
street, 2 Cottages, separate lots, bring in
a rental of 425 a year. Sell for 5,000.
On Kinau street, 2 Cottages on two
deep lots (separate), Sell one or both.
At Waiklkl, several seaside lesldenccs.
Splendid oppoitunity for selecting
charming summer retreats.
Stort'M mid OIHcch.
Oul-'oriatieet, near Custom House,
that splendid warehouscfoiineily known
as tho Cliater Building, would make u
lino liestuuiautbtaud. Long lease given
One side of that elegant olllce occu
pied by J. E. WIfeCuan, witli fiirnituie,
use ol telephone, consultation room,
tt'c. Rental, cheap to tho right parties,
On King sheet, opposlto Station
House, u .suitable stoic or shop to lent.
Full information given on application
of all the above propel ties.
Several Buggies, Brakes and
latter well bioken, for sale cheap; also,
a Bllliaid Table, Piano, neat ofllco
Secretary, laijje Safe, large Magic Lan.
tern, Furnituie, etc.
J. E. WISEMAN.
200 lin Generul Business Agent.
or nncl 1 Hotel hSLreel,
!No-w GJ-or cl.y9255i 33 i-SLolidjiy O-oodsi,
Wax Matches, Wax Colored 1. luteins, -Is .- flj; Wax Colored oUiulles, for
Christmas, Bo..is Choice Raisins, Dilcd Prunes Diled Peaches, Diicd
Cheule-, Pilled Plums, Diiid Apples, Dried Figs. Date.
A Full Line of Cross & Blackwell's Canned Goods,
An endless vailely of 2.1b, Tins Fancy Biscuits, Fresh Pecan Nuts, Soft Shell AK
inonds, ;ircah Walnut's, Fresli Hael Nuts, Aluouil Maple Syrup, In gallon
patent t'ns; Glass ,lais Table Fiuil, something very choice; Italian Maecatonl
and Veiiniceill, in Mb. packages;
Fine . Teas, Fine Teas, Fine Teas,
Barton Gcirstcis Salad Oil, pinls and i pints: Euret Salad Oil, pints and plnls;
Smyrnn Figs, j nnd JJ-lb. boxes; Fine French Eating Chocolr.tc, Fine Ger
man Preserves, Bon-bons. Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese, Germnn Smoked Sau.
sages, omoKcu Tongues, "Jlioice Uain. l''nmil corned Uccf, Eastern-Ovslcrs m
tho shell, Apples, Horse Radish Root", Red Cabbages Sicily Lemons. New
York Cheese, Kils Eli.i Fat Salmon Bellies. Kits Choice Mnokercl, 2.1b. Blocks
Eastern Snow While Cidfish. 1001b. bnxn.t Rnsli-rn HiWllsli y.lli. Una Hnln
Point Reyes Butter, No. 1, and a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
A new Lot of Oregon Potatoes just to hand. tST P. O. Box 29", Telephone 240.
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Real Etelo Agent,
Wildei's Steamship Agent,
Great Burlington Railio.ul Agent
ii J I j Mi iH"
so, send me 20 yards. It is the FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money.'
" Quite right. It's below value I"
Christmas Porlc !
THE advertiser has a stock of corn-fed
young Roasters for Christmas, raised
from the best thoioughbred, imported
hogs. For sale at his premises, Marsh
field, opposite Sunny South. Orders sent
to Hawaiian Stables telephoue, No. 32,
will be promptly filled. All purchases
dellveictl. 200 lw E. C. HEINE.
In Want of any GrocBries?
Has just received, per St. Paul, a line
assortment of goods suitable for Christ
mas or any oilier time, consisting of
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Plum Pudding, Almonds, Walnuts,
Brazil Nuts, Filberts, Table Raisins,
Sultana Raisins, Currants,
Curiied Oysters, Figs, Dales, Condensed
Esigs, Assorted Spices, Pastry Spice,
Durkces Salad Dressing, Durets
Olive Oil, Geiuica,
Uiipeo I-XmiiM & Bueoii,
Codtlsh Balls, Cala. Cheese,
Fail banks' Lnid, Libby's Tripe,
Chipped Beef, Fresh Smoked Beef,
Kits Mackerel, Codtlsh,
fnloon Pilot Bread, Medium Mixed
Craclurs, School Cakes
Honey Caket, Wine Ciaekcis,
Extra Family Flour, Wheat, Bran,
Fresh Eastern Cranberries,
Fresh Apples Diled Apples,
Pi lines & Pe.iclie-,
And many other desirable goods in
stock. All orders will receive careful
intention. BSy Telephono 110.
203 lm AS. HUSTACE, King St.
For San Francisco.
Tho Magnificent Steamship
II. Wimnuit Commander
Will leavo for the abovo port on or
about JANUARY 12, 1880.
FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.
Tho well-known Magnificent Steamship
Will leavo for the above port on or
nbout JANUARY 0, 1880. For height
and passage, apply to
201 , II. IIACKFELD Ss CO., Ag'ts.
Telephone 1 72'.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Mannger Hawaiian Open House,
Fire and Life Tt-ur.incu Agent,
IS that YOU, MR. FISHEL ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth,
double -width, such as you
sld to Btl's Jenkiuson yes
terday Tor $1 50 a yard ? If
R. MORE & Co.,
Ship's Blacksmith & General Machinist.
EST All woik Promptly and neatly Per
lormed. 205 3m
POST OFFICE NOTICE.
TAMPED envelopes of the denomi
One, TwoFour, Fivo'andTen cents,
(lc, 2c, -le, i"cand 10c) can be purchased
at the Post Ofllco at face value of tho
stamps, when less than one dollar's
worth Is wanted.
Cash piu chasers of a dollar's worth
or moi c of stamped envelopes will he
allowed, till fiuther notice, discount of
twenty per cent, from the face, value.
General Post Office, Dec. 10, 1S8C.
COOL OI !
In Cream in m m !
No Chiistmns Dinner is complete'
without the Celebrated
Elite Ice Cream
made from puro Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, ordo n
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. Wo
pack orders for Ice Cream from 1 to CO
quarts in Patent Refilgerntor Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful llavor and
perfect foim for many hours.
By hisi tteaincr wo liavo received a
splendid lot of French Candies in great
variety. Also, an elegant assortment of
Fancy Candy & Bon-bon Boxes
Just tho thing for a Chiistmas Present.
Our Fnucv Cakes are the Favoiito
Wth nil the Ladies of Honolulu. Ring
up Bell Telephono 182 or Mutual 338.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
No. SB Hotel Street-,
Aio open dally mill 11 jm,
Pacific Mail St'mship Co.
ffc. FOR YOKOHAMA AND
Tho well-known favorite Steamship
City of Sydiioy,
II. U. Di'AituoiiN Commander
Will leave for the above ports on or
about JANUARY C. For height and
passage, apply to
20i II, IIACKFELD & Co., Ag'ts.
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