Newspaper Page Text
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Tulnuds.
Draw Exchange on the
JTCuiiU orC'nliroiMiia, H. IT.
And (heir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONO.
Meters. N. St. Rothschild &S011, London.
Tho Coinmciriitl Hunk Co., nf Sydney,
The Connneiclal Hunk Co., nf Sydtiej,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Clirlstchuroh, mill Wellington.
Tho Knnk of British Columbia, Vic
torlu, U. 0. and Portland, Or.
Trnnsnct n General Banking Business.
Ju gnUaj ittU;ttn,
Hedged to nolther Beot nor Patty.
Hat ostalllcbcd for tho benefit of all.
AVKDNKSDAY, DKC. JJO, 1885.
THE VICTIM OF GOVERNMENT CIN.
Naturally the Advertiser makes
an effort to exculpate thu "only
European" on the Goycruincnt
ticket from all responsibility for
the death of Kalalakoa, who was
started on a fatal spree at a Gov
ernment party convention last
Monday. It gives a statement by
the gentleman himself, to the effect
that he was present only one hour
at the meeting where the disgraceful
proceedings occurred, anil that he
" did not order, or pay for. or dis
tribute a drop of gin. or any other
drink." "Ve have no desire to press
Mr. llayselden's responsibility fur
ther than his own admission. That
is bad enough. Ho was in the com
pany of the unprincipled persons
who did not scruple to debauch hun
dreds of native electors with some
description of cheap and noxious
liquor. It will be time enough for
him to deny having paid his share
for the stuff, when the campaign
bills have been settled.
Jt was a very natural thing to
"take lor granted" that an inquest
should have been held. As a matter
of fact, no les than a member of
the Trivy Council informed us in
the forenoon that an inquest was
being held, and a reporter was
sent, as soon as convenient, to as
certain the result, who returned
with Dr. "Webb's report, under the
wrong impression that it was also
the verdict of a coroner's jury. It
appears, however, that no inquest
was held. "Why not? A man and
a citizen had come to his death out
of the usual course, making an un
doubted occasion for a 'searching
inquisition by the coroner. If there
was no reason for an inquest, there
was none for a jtost mortem exami
nation, that, under similar circum
stances, in well-regulated communi
ties, would only lie performed by
request of a coroner's jury. "Why
there was no inquest will not lie a
subject of wonder to the public,
when it is known that tho victim's
last spree was clearly traceable back
to the party convention.
Nothing more shows the difficulty
of the Advertiser's task of defend
ing its political friends, than the
digression it makes to accuse the
liuiXKTJN of having insulted a reli
gious body in publishing a recent
communication. It would have been
time enough for our contemporary
to have made such a transparent bid
for favor in a certain quarter, when
the religious fraternity in question
had themselves complained of our
latitude to a correspondent who had
a grievance against them. It hap
pens that, upon a subject closely
related to our correspondent's com
plaint, wc havo lately had occasion
to publish an emphatic contradiction
by the Hi-others of tit. Louis College,
of statements offensive to them
appearing in an Advertiser report of
an event at that institution. Thus
it was itself our contemporary
should have accused of insulting
behavior to the body in question.
Probably tho offensive report was
published by our contemporary
"through inadvertence, for nobody
would fiuspect it of knowingly ad
mitting anything, legitimate or
otherwise, into its columns, which
might involvo tho displeasure of its
clique or tho loss of patronage.
Its too great carefulness in that
respect is one of tho reasons why
the Advertiser lias not a particlo of
influence in tho community.
To coino back to the main ques
tion, in conclusion, it is n significant
fact that' tho Advertiser lias not a
word to hay in defense of tho native
candidates for the part they bore
in tho proceedings attendant on
Monitoy's convention. Tiio facts
given in our report of ycslordny
showed them guilty of dlsreputnblo
conduct. Instead of being highly
colored, eye-witnesses of the dis
graceful scenes there enacted can
bo produced to prove that our ac
count was very mildly drawn. And
those nro the men who nic asso
ciated with Mr. llayselden as can
didates for tho legislative represen
tation of the capital of this kingdom !
Hcnlly, the squirming, and wander
ing, and evasion of the Advertiser
are not to be wondered at. The
shot of the Government's " first
gun " killed a voter; the reroil may
empty the garrison.
REPLY TO AN IMPERTINENCE.
1'nnoi: Hui.i.rriN : In the Adver
tiser this morning appears a leader,
the writer of which gets off an ac
count of the death of a native in
the Station House, but apropos of
that what has that got to do with
the so-called offensive and anony
mous attack on Brother Bertram of
the "Society of Mary?" 1 must con
fess that I do not know what that
Society is, but one thing I do know
I made no attack on Brother Bertram
of tho "Society of Mary," neither
did 1 send you any anonymous
communication, because then as
now I give you my full name and
address. It would be well if the
smart Alick who writes in the
Advertiser would do likewise. "Lay
on, McDulf, and be he who first
cries, hold, enough."
Arcmo ?nc impune hiccssil.
KniToit Bui.i.v.tix: The follow
ing statement appears in the JSru
pepa Kuokoa of Dec. 2Gth :
"We have heard the following re
port of a question put to an assem
bly at Kailua, North Kona, very re
cently: '0 my subjects, by what
means arc these stony uplands and
chapparal wastes to become mines
of gold, and these desolate shores
be rendered sources of wealth to
you?' The audience were silent for
a space, when one of the people re
plied, 'By the hands going down to
cultivate the soil, will wealth be
gained.' This was a wise reply,
and no dream or fancy, but in ac
cord with sound political economy
and history. But the questioner re
jected that answer, and gave the
following answer of his own, 'Put
the hands up!' This being a puzzle,
he interpreted it thus : ' Put up
your hands to elect those candidates
who will vote for borrowing a loan
of ten million dollars. That is the
means by which these stony and
thorny wastes shall become mines of
wealth to you, and these shores
shall teem with landings and
wharves to receive the treasures of
Reports come from many sources
of similar appeals made by the King
to the voters in other places during
his present electioneering tour.
Iiow is this avowal of policy by the
King himself to be reconciled with
the programme put forth by the
King's own candidates in Hono
lulu on Christmas Day? "Who is
playing a double game? Has Mir.
Gibson made the son-in-law and
Lilikalani publish a moderate mani
festo in order to offset the injurious
effects of the King's speeches in the
rural districts? It looks as if things
were getting mixed in the Palace
forces. Bather hard on the son-in-law
to have to straddle two horses
in an election besides his other
multifarious functions !
Tuesday, Dec. 29th.
Convention met at 9 :90. After
the opening, tho first business on
the programme was "Instruction in
Arithmetic," consisting of elucida
tion of methods on the blackboard,
conducted by Mr. Moore.
Itev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., read
n "Prospectus of Kamehameha
The Rev. C. E. Groscr read an
elaborate paper on the Reformatory
A communication from
was read by Rev. Dr.
Hyde, giving his experiences in
Tho next paper was read bj' Miss
Anns, from Iiilo, a teacher in tho
Boys' Boarding School under Mr.
Oleson, on t'Tho Teacher's Indi
viduality." Adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock
r. m. in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
, Proceedings opened at 2 o'clock,
Mr. II. S. Townsend in tho chair.
An exhibition in calisthenics was
given by six of tho girls of tho
Pohukaina Girls' School, under the
direction of Miss Corney, Principal,
No corps of red-coat regulars could
go through a series of evolutions with
more absolute precision than did
these six girls. The performers
were Louisa Kanac, Marin Lii,
Bella Bolstor, Tabitha Kekumu,
Rebecca Naapinvai and Waimako
Kulumi. Miss vouHolt furui?Uetl
piano accoinpanlmcuts to tho girls'
evolutions. The drill was witnessed
with intense interest, if not with
ama.omont, by the audience, and
was greeted, at tho close, with
la-ally cheers. A vote of thanks
was moved by Mr. Scott, seconded
by Mr. Oleson, to Miss Corney for
the exhibition just given.
An addres? was delivered by Mr.
Furncaux on Industrial Drawing,
in which ho set forth the importance
of this, as n branch of education,
calling attention to tho fact that
it is being more extensive!' intro
duced in schools in other countries
than formerly. The speaker illus
trated, at the request of the Con
vention, the method of conducting
tho first lessons.
Professor Alexander, of the Sur
vey Department, was introduced and
delivered an interesting address, re
lating the steps that had been taken
to furnish a suitable map of the
Hawaiian Islands, to bo inserted in
tho school geographies used in the
schools of the Kingdom, and also
exhibited specimens of the maps so
prepared. Elaborate maps, on a
large scale, of the several islands,
are In course of completion, lie
thought the children of this country
arc peculiarly well situated for tho
study of geography. Apart from
the fact of themselves being from
all parts of the world, tho shipping
news in the papers arc suggestive of
Mr. Moore supported the views
expressed by the last speaker on the
importance of geography and the
favorable circumstances that exist
here for prosecuting it, and particu
larly the department of physical
On a motion to re-consider the
resolution passed yesterday relating
to Teachers' Institutes, by Mr.
Townsend, seconded by Rev. A. O.
Forbes, being accepted, Mr. Town
send, seconded by Mr. Oleson,
moved an amendment to the resolu
tion. An amendment to the amend
ment was offered by Mr. Scott,
seconded by Mr. Atwaler. The
resolution, as amended, was put and
passed unanimously, and is as
That this association meet for one
week, being the last week of the
Pall Term of 188G, by arrangement
with tho Board of Education, under
the direction of the Inspector Gen
eral, who is requested to provide
for normal class instruction at that
time, and that similar institutes for
Hawaiian school teachers of the
Government common schols, and
for all applicants seeking such a
position, be held at the expense of
the Government in suitable locali
ties on the other islands under the
A keen discussion on school books
followed, resulting in the adoption
of the following:
Jiesolved, (1) that upon a more
thorough examination of Barnes's
National Arithmetic, the association
reconsider their action of January,
1881, and recommend to the Board
of Education the adoption of that
Arithmetic as a text book in place
of Fish's and Robinson's, if proper
arrangements can be made for ex
change of books without cost to
those already provided.
(2) That in order to secure uni
formity in penmanship, this associa
tion do recommend for adoption by
the Board of Education, Payson,
Dunton and Scribner's National
System of penmanship.
On motion of Mr. Townsend, sec
onded by Mr. Atwatcr, and passed,
Mr. Scott, Rev. Mr. Mackintosh,
and Miss Corney were added to the
Convention then adjourned to
meet at the call of the Executive
THE Regular Meeting of
uaim J.ougo, no, i n.
of P.. will he held THIS
EVENING, at 7:!!0
Election of Officers and
GEO WILLIAMS, P.O.,
It K. ofR.&S.
A BUSINESS man with $1,0C0 cash,
wants 1o engage in some- lmsinops.
Address, with full particulars,
213 lw J. ELY, P. O.
NE new Conceit GUITAR, inlniil
Willi over 2.000 nieces of Nntive
Woods, ifur, Apply to
111 St O. K. MILLER, Business Agency.
Grand New Year's Sale.
By order of G. W. Mucfurlauo & Co.,
I will Fell, nt my salesroom,
On TIIUBSDAY NIGHT,
Jlcc. Hist, at 7 o'clock,
XEWIS J. LEVEY,
810 4t Auctioneer,
0 no loo
0t 75 100
llaw'n Cm ringe Maiif'g Co.,
E. O. Hall &. Hon,
lutn-Ielniid S. N. Co.,
Ilau'ii Agrlrultuiul Co.,
Wlldcr's Steamship Co.,
O. Biowcr & Co.,
Walluku Sugar to.,
Reciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
33 Merchant Street. 151 ly
T70R nn enterprising msm with small
JU cnpilnl. Outfit ready for tho
road. For sale 1 Tri.uninl Magic
Lantern, with nppnintus complete. Tho
Instalment, by E.G. Wood of London,
is new, lilted with IJrf.inch condensers
nnil li iplc iichronintlc "objectives, cnab
ling views to bo shown lit fioin 10ft. to
12011. distances. Also, :i complete Dlo.
rninn of the Hawaiian Islands; also, a
set of Australasian Views. Both sets on
hand-painted slides. On view at
King Street. 200 lw
On MONDAY, January -1 th
At 10 o'clock n.m., at the lcsitlcncc of
Mr. B. N. WingiUe, 31 Burctnnin Street,
will lie sold on account of ilcpaiture,
Consisting of Black Walnut Bcdioom
Set, IJW Clicflbnicr, 4 Painted bedroom
SeK Child's Bedstead, Walnut Center
Table &, Chairs, Lounges, Wnlnut What
not Olllco Desk, BV Bookcase, RW Ex.
tension Dining Table & Oak Chilli,
1 Upright Piano,
Chandeliers, Lamps, Mosquito NeH,
Mattresses, Chamber Sets, Meat Snfe,
Icu Client, lee Cream freezer, Plaliil
Ware & Oiockeiy, Verandah Chairs,
Garden Hose, &c, also, 1 Cooking Stove
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
210 lw Auctioneer.
BY direction of Alexander J. Cart
wright, the Assignee of n certain
mwrtgage deed made by Albert K. Ku
nuiakea, of Honolulu, Island of O.ihu,
to the Hawaiian Investment and Agency
Company, Limited, dated the 5lk day of
August, 18S2, and recorded in Liber 70
on folios 180, 181 and IS2, and assigned
to said Alexander J. Cartwright, of-said
Honolulu, by deed of assignment dated
the 27th day' of June, 1834, and recorded
in Liber 88, on folios 210 and 217, and
the Mortgagee named in two ceitain
mortgage deeds, to wit: 1st Mortgage
made by said Albert K. Kuuuiakca to
said Alexander J. Cartwright, dated the
28th day of March, 1883, and rcconled in
Liber 79, on folios 351-4. 2nd Mort
gage mode by said Albert K. Kunuia
kca to said Alexander J. Caitwright,
dated the 23d day of August, 1833, and.
recorded in Liber SI, on folio 3; we are
directed to sell at Public Auction, on
Monday, January 4, 1886,
at 12 o'clock noon of said day, at our
Salesrooms in Honolulu, nil and singu-
lar the premises ns described in said
several mortgages ns follows:
KUKUAU Hilo, Hawaii. An ahupuao,
1,810 acres, Land Commission Award
8515, Royal Patent 1000. Not leased.
LA1MI Hilo, Hawaii. An Ahupuaa,
Land Commission Award 8520. Not
WALYKA-IKI Kohaln, Hawaii. An
uhupuan, 58 acres, Royal Patent 1GC8,
leased to John Parker; lease expires
October 1, 1880, with privilege.
FAHOEHOE Kona, Hawaii. Royal
Patent 1CG8. Not leased.
MALA Lahaina, Maui. A coconnut
grove, Q4 acres. Land Commission
Award 5483, Royal Patent 0777.
Leased to II. Turton; expires Septcm.
her 1, I860.
KAPUNAKEA Lahaina, Maui. 1
acre, Land Commission Award 613),
Royal Patent 0777. Leased to II. Tur.
tonj lease expires September 1, 1880.
PUAKO, also called MAUNAKUI
Lahaina, Maul. Housclot, 1 rood, 28
rods, Land Commission Award 6483,
Royal Patent 0777. Not leased, but at
present occupied by Captain David
PUUNOA Lahaina, Maui. 8 15-100
acres, Land Commission Award 8515,
Royal Patent 1007. Apana 1, 2 11-1000
acres kalo land; apana 2, 5 CO. 100
acres enno land; apana 3, 62-100 acres
cane hind. Not leased.
OWA Wniluku, Maui. Royal Patent
2155; not leased.
HALEHAKU Hiunakualoa, Maui.
3053 51-100 acres', Laud Commission
Award 8515, Royal Patent 1000. The
kalo laud leased to a Hui at 220.00;
expires January 1, 1880. The right of
way for ditch leased to Hamakua
Ditch Co. at 100.00 1 expires Oct. 2,
1690. Lease to tho Haiku Sugar Co.,
Alexander & Baldwin, and Grove
Ranch Plantation at 100.00; c-xplics
July 1, 1800. Leaso to O. Spreokels
at $200, expires July 1, lSU'J. The
ditch, lenscd to C. Sprcckels at 8100,
expires July 2, 1899.
LUAKAHA Oahu. Grazing land,
Nuuiinu Valley, 81 acies. Land Com.
mission Awaid 8515, Royal Patent
PELLY PLACE Houtelot and grazing
land, Nuuauu Valley, 22 acres. Royal
Patent 3. Leased to P. O. Jonea; ex.
plies October 1, 1880; has privilege of
KUIIIELANI Housclot in Honolulu,
corner of Beretanla and Richard
streets, 55 fathoms 15 feet, not leased,
.occupied at present by A. K. Kunui.
nkca. Laud Commission Awaid 00.
Royal Patent 20 17.
PUOU Lahahni, Maul. An Ahupuaa,
Lund Commission Award 8520, Royal
8S3T Deeds at the expense of puichiiscr.
I'or further paitleulurs, enquire pf
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or of J, M, MOXSAltl'AT, Attorney
Dated tlonolulu, Dec, 8, 1835. 910 lw
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
iY mid OJ Hotel Streel,
IVew Goods, gf- I-ioliclsTLy OxoI,
Wax Matches. Wax Colored Lanterns, 4s ft Oi; Wnx Colored Candles for
Christmas', (Soxcr Choice Ralsinn, Dried Prunes, Dried Peaches, Dried
Clieirli-s Pitted Plums, Dried Apple?, Dried Figs, Date'.
A Pull Lino of Cross & Blackwell's Cannod Goods,
An endless variety of 2.1b. Tins Fancy BbculN, Kresh Rerun Nuts, Soft Shell A),
monds, Eieflt Walnuts, Fresh Hazel Nuts, Atwood Maple Sviup, in .gallon
patent tins; Gloss Jais Table Fruit, something veiy choice; 'Italian M'a'ccnionl
mid Vermicelli, in Mb. packages;
Fine Teas, Fine
Barton Goi rulers i
rs Salad Oil, pints and pints; Dutet Snhid Oil, pints and i pints;
gs, if and .lb. boxes; Fine Ficneh Eating Chocolate, Fine Ger
rves, Bon-bons, Swiss Cheese, Cream Cheese, Germnn Smoked Sau-
A ; ' "l ""'"""' " '-- uuiwu, viuuu uni-i-pu, Ul'llllllll OIIHIKCU Bail.
Sll(ng. Kmnlnrl Tnniritna Hlinlnn rln ir.ii.Mtt f'n....n.1 I,-- T r.. .. .
the slicll, Apples, ltorso Radish Roots Red Cabbages. Sicily Lemons. New
ork Cheese, Kits Extra Fat Salmon Bellies. Kits Choice Mockciel, 2.1h Blocks
Eastern Snow Whlto Codfish, lOplb. boxes Eastern Codfish, 2-lb. tins Cain.
Point Reyes Huttcr, No. 1, and a complete line of
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
A new Lot or Oicgon Potatoos, just to hand. tSF P. O. Box 2D7, Telephone 210.
SsiLiMlHctioiL CSuurnnMjil. .201
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Real Estate Agent,
. Wildcr's Steamship Agent,
V.I..UV ""imiikiuii iimnu.m jii-uiu
so, send ine 20 yards. It is tho FINEST MATERIAL I
have ever seen for the Money."
" Quito right. It's below value l"
GOOD-BYE ! "
THE ASTOR HOUSE.
rpilE Proprietors of the Astor House
X wish to iuform their friends nnd
the public that they will continue the
restaurant business, and hope by prompt
attention and good fare to merit a share
of public patronage.
211 lm CHAN WOO.
By order of A. J. Cartwright, Esq.
Administrator of the Estato of Her lato
Majesty Queen Emmn, wc will sell at
Public Auction, nt the residence,
Cor. Nuuanu &. Berotania Sts.,
WEDNESDAY, Jan. Gth,
AT 10 o'clock, a.m.,
The Balance of Furniture remaining un.
sold, being chiefly the Furnishing of
the Waikiki residence, consisting in
part as follows:
2 Ebony & Marble-sido Tables,
Large Marblo Table,
Koa Wardrobe, Koa Desk,
Koa Table, Koa Bedsteads,
4 Handsome- Pier Minors & Stands,
Absoitmeut of Silvcr.Plalcd Ware,
EMMe Parlor Set,
Mahogany & Canc-Sent Chair,
Chundelicrs, AVillow Rockers,
Pillows, Mosquito Net,
Silk Coverlets, Dressing Cases,
Fine Dinner Set,
Koa Clothing Stand,
Engravings and Pictures,
Chamber Sets, Hammock, Rugs,
Calabashes, Glass is Crockeiy Ware,
and a great variety of other articles.
E, P. ADAMS & Co.,
ROD 12 1 . Auctioneers,
Teas, Fine Teas,
Honolulu, ir. X.
Custom Houso Broker,
Manager Hawaiian Opera Houce,
rire nnil ijiioinsuriinrn Arp,it.
IS that YOU, MR. FISHEL ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY cloth,
tlouhle width, such as you
sol(l to Mrs Joiikiiis'on yes-
;erdiiy for 1 50 a yard ? If
Notice of Letters Patent.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
Letters Patent were issued by the
Hawaiian Government to JAMES
KENNE1 of Honolulu on the 19th day
of December, a.d. 1885, for nn impiove
ment in brake, gig and chaise springs,
and that said Letters Patent were as
signed by the said James Kcnney to tho
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Com
pany on Hie 22nd day of December, a.d.
1885, wherefore the suid Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Company hereby
warns all persons against infringing on
the said Letters Patent.
H AWN CARRIAGE MANF'GCo.
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1835. 208 tf
Queen Street, : : Honolulu, H. I.
Wholesale Importer and Dealer in
California Wines, Groceries,
Provisions and Produce.
Fresh .Receipts by every Steamer.
Just arrived, a largo consignment of
Wine, in Cases & Kegs,
Port, Sweet Muscat,
Zlnfuudel Claret, Malaga,
rPnlrin nio.i rni,
Which he oilers for Sale at the usual low
200 prices. lm
Ici Cream iii you say !
No Christmas Dinner is complete
without tho Colobrnled
Elite Ice Cream
made from pure Woodlnwn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ice Cream. We
pack ordcis for Ice Cream fiom 1 to CO
quarts In Patent Refrigerator Cans, war.
ranted to keep its delightful flavor and
perfect form for many hours.
By last bteamer we havo received a
splendid lot of French Candles in great
variety. Also, an elogant assoitinent of
Fancy Candy & Bon-bon Boxes
Just tho thing for a Christmas Piescnt.
Our Fancy Cakes are the Favorlto
with nil tho Ladles of Honolulu. Ring
up Bell Telephone 182 or Mutual 1)158.
Tho EUto Ico Cream Parlors.
No. an jjotoi Bti'oot,
Aio open dally uxljl 11 v,u,