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BISUOP & Co.. BANKEI.S
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
13uul oV Oililbi'iilu, S. !'.
Ami tlu-lr agonts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG K0N0.
ilesrs. N. M. Rothschild it Son, Lorn on
Tlio Commercial iliink Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Rink Co , of Sydt cy,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckb'ttd,
Chrlstchurch, and clllugtou,
The Hank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B, U and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Biilne?.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Patty,
Ilvit entflblUhcd for the twnolit of all.
"sATl'KDAY, FB. 20, 188(5.
In the endless variety
zine and periodical literature, the
Harpers of New York continue to
occupy the front rank. The Maya
zinc, Weekly, lluzar and Youny
J'coplc by last mail are rich in in
formation, extensive in their variety
and exceedingly interesting. Youny
J'eojilc is admirably adapted to en
tertain and instruct the juvenile
reader. The lluzar, apart from its
fashion department, would be an
entertaining visitor in the family.
In its specialties illustrating the
1unntv. Health and fashion of the
season, it is fully up to the high
standard to which its readers have
Leen accustomed. The Weekly, of
January 2!lrii, among a line variety
of illustrations, has a splendid folio
engraving of the House of Iicpre
hcntatives; a short editorial des
cription on another page introduces
the reader to the leading members,
and sheds some light on the way
business is conducted. The Maya-
sine lor i'enruary opens whu
chapter on the British Navy, and
starting with the Grace lc Dt'cu of
Henry VIII., gives, in twenty-four
pages, a graphic history of naval
architecture, down to the present
. day, accompanied with engravings,'
drawings and tables. This chapter
alone is worth at least a quarter of a
year's subscription. Persons wish
ing to keep their ideas fresh and up
to the times, and to place the best
of literary matter within the reach
of their families, will find Harpers'
imblications all that they are
presented to be.
Consistency is one of those jewels
of journalism whose value is greatly
enhanced in the sanctum of our
morning contemporary, the Adeer
li'ser, by its extreme 'carcity. The
burden of the pre-election "cam
paign notes" was to the effect that
none hut despei ateiy wicked persons,
soreheads and factious characters
were opposed to tho Government, and
that their opposition was no more
titan n wild clamoring for olllces and
salaries. In yesterday's issue, how
over, the Advertiser finds that a
large proportion of tho members of
the civil service are oppositionists,
and makes a rather bold demand for
the heads of such men as have the
daring to "criticise their odlcial
superiors." If the object of the
"spoils," it is
to lly upon tho
to our contempo
rary's own showing, opposition is as
rife among olllcc-holdeis as among
. ' Stoats and weasels arc being intro
duced by wholesale in New Zealand
to extirpate tho rabbits. The people
of that country cannot set much
store upon poultry raising.
New Zealand expects to bo the
great entrepot of the l'acillo when
the Panama Cniml is built. Hawaii,
however, is bound to be a great
'uiidocean center of commerce in that
event. "With cable communication,
it would be impossible to tind In the
l'aoilic a more convenient station for
shipping to call for orders than
I , . ABOUT BANOS.
' Following is an extract from a
private letter icccived by a gentle
man of this city from his wifo who
.is visiting at the Coast:
& "My private opinion was that (he
Miami at the Golden Gate Park was
far inferior to the Royal Hawaiian.
They played none of tho grand
music, or I should say perhaps
there was none of that grandeur in
their playing, that has always struck
mo as being characteristic of the
performances of Bandmaster Ber
THE DAnT TULLETTtf SUiATE', HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY,
Vtw Tw.-r.B nri mvthm a
LQ0AL& Ufih'lRM. NEV J.
Mcsic and a go-na-you-plciso race,
at the Yosemito Itink to-night.
C'o.Mi'i.AiNT is heard of flower
thieves. Try a pistil .n them,
Hawaiian Bell Telophono fitock
has yielded another dividend of five
Look out for Sachs' new ndveitise
ment of new stocks on the hrst page
IIijavv ruin squalls and strong X.
H. winds iiie repoited at Koolau
Y. M. C. A.
muling at the
Tim: Puiu Mill received its new
pinion in good older, and begun
grinding Inst Friday afternoon.
KrroiriHiiri'to be tniidi'thii evening
to keep the hilaiiotisness of the
galleiy "gods" within decent hounds.
I . i -B- ii '
A niwm.Kof hat" has been leceived
at this olllee fiom Mr. N. S. Sachs,
for the inmates of the Leper Hos
Ki.nr.ii Henley discoursed last even
ing on, "Christ as a 1'rophet," and
to-night will discuss, "Christ, as a
By mistake the posters for the W.
('. T. I', meeting on the wharf to
morinw give the hour as thiee o'clock
instead of half-past thiee.
It icpoited that Mi. Bowon, late
of the Hotel, has puichascd the Ivey-
stoue saloon for !jl,s(M and will take
possession on Monday next.
Mil. M. M. Scott, Inspector of
Schools, goes tit Waianae, on this
Island, on Monday, and on his leturn
will go to the district of Konn.
Tin: Lnie Mill, Koolau, suspended
work last wce.k on account of heavy
weather and being unable to pioeuie
(iicwood f i oni the mountains.
M it. Nolle successfully moved the
Tower of Ilannoi yesterday nftei noon,
notwithstanding that a newspaper
man was at bis elbow trying to put
ilu. Levey's sale to-day was well
attended. The whole lot, 1!) bales, of
sugar bags, damaged on the baik
Chilena during the voyage fiom
Liverpool, was cold at (4 cents a bag.
A si'ir was tiled to-day, in the Sup
leiite Couit, before Chief Justice
Jitdtl, by Mr. E. B. Thomas, against
the Minister of tho Interior, for an
injunction. The bearing is appointed
for Tuesday next.
Mu. C. II. Diekny, of Haiku, Maui,
was thtowii fiom a wagon at that
place yoMci day, and one of his legs
was fiitctuicd in the muiio place that
it was liiokcn about six months ago,
in a fall fiom horse-back.
A national salute is to be llrcd on
behalf of the Ameiican residents, in
honor of Washington's biitbday, on
.Monday. Mr. Wiseman has a sub
scription list at his ofllce to cover the
expense of this patriotic service.
M it. Lycan informs us that beset
out fifty "olive cuttings some mouths
ago, and Ihey are looking well, lung
ing fiom thiee to six feet in height,
lie says the wholesale ptice of cut
tings is very high, being twodollais
A uiiiioic deed at the late lire has
jus( come to light. Mr. Win. McLean,
tieastiier of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., hursted bis sus
penders while crawling under the
bouse to save a pullet which had a
Tin: American schooner Canute,
that nnived hern lately front Kan
Francisco, was sold yestetday to the
Pacific Navigation Co. at a private
price. The Canute will bo put on a
mute to llilo under command of
Mil. Paul Petiovits, the artist, has
been lieatd fiom in Calcutta, wheic
he was about to begin the execution
of his commission from King Kala
kaua to paint pottjuils of Eastern
potentates anil Eiiiopeau sovejeigus.
lie was in good health.
Wins Captain McOtcgor, of the
steamer Mokolii, was asked about
Molokai news this morning, lie said
that the wind was traveling at the
rate of 70 miles an hour Jam! seas
running mountain high, one of which
knocked him overboard, but he was
too fat to sink.
Tin: band will not play outside the
Opera House this evening, but Piof.
Ilerger will conduct a full orchestra
inside. This is an additional induce
ment for the ladies to visit Wash.
Notion's excellent entertainment,
moid especially as the performance
will terminate at lOdfi, at which
hour carriages may be oideicd.
The batk Excelsior arrived at llilo
within the past few days fiom Pugel
Hound. On her stoto list, to the
amazement of tho Customs ollleeis,
was tho entry of ten tins of opium.
TJie captain said ho was not awaie of
the prohibition of the drug or the
crime of importing it. He was en
lightened by Jtavipg the goods seized
mill himself senteiicel 1 t)(i .District
Couit to pay a finooMilOObesidesllvn
days.' Iniprjwijniii'jit. II", however,
demure to his punishment as boji)g
illegal, and appeals for protection to
t w-njM'iu " r rmMtwtuwnTajtar
r is i'accII y in
States Mini&c r Re'
. Morrill, United
Caxnon-lh a reports this morning
.it frequent into i Is startled tho
community, .mtl their imaginative
faculties ran wilt like a compass
r!ruck by li;d tninc. Some supposed
that Bismarc: had rrrived on a man-of-war
to .; ond t'to German pro
tectorate tc i lis oial group, while
r thers thoug', t it an atmospheric dis
turbance caused 1 y exttdatioiiB from
bud liquor, bi t all fears wore allayed
when it was leaned that Captain
Hiee and the Pele were ready for
action, and, later, that the cause of
the noise was blasting old iron at
Kakaako by the foundry people.
A nativi: woninn, a passenger
from Piiualuu, Koolau, by the
schooner Manuokawai this looming,
had it very remarkable experience
with it wmm. She was sitting in a
native house at Piiniiluu yesterday,
waiting for the Manuokawai, when
she felt a peculiar sensation in the
gullet as though something cold was
giadually crawling up to her mouth.
A few minutes later she was seen to
insert her llngeis in her throat and
draw out a worm about as thick as
the little linger and about 12 inches
long. The woman was apparently
enjoying good health and what seems
most strange she cried bitterly when
relieved of the loathsome thing.
Y. M. C. A.
The monthly meeting of this in
stitution took place Thursday even-
ill", MV. ,1
11. Atheiton, president,
chair. An able paper on
"Business methods in our work,"
by Mr. Charles Montgomery, of San
l'raneisco, was read by General
Secretary Fuller. Increased attend
ance at the reading rooms and a
more lively interest in other depart
ments were reported. The enter
tainment committee announced an
entertainment to be held jointly
with the Hoys' branch, on the even
ing of the fourth of next month.
Mr. P. C. Jones reported good pro
gress in the teinperance department,
and that the Saturday evening meet
ings had been attended, during the
month, by the South Sea Islanders
in the city. Rev. Mr. Noble, the
distinguished temperance lecturer,
is expected to arrive by the first
steamer in March, from the Coast,
and the committee are authorized to
make arrangements in connection
with the "W. C. T. U., to give him a
proper reception. Three names were
added to the roll. A collection,
amounting to $10, was taken.
Mary (w.), drunkenness, 80.
Elia Kaululaau, assault and bat
tery on Anna (w.). Defendant or
dered to file a bond with one surety
in the sum of 825, to keep the peace
toward his wife for one year. Costs
All San, having opium in posses
sion, Sol. 10 and hard labor for one
It. S. Scrimgeour, drunkenness,
Satoiiday, Feb. 20th.
Luluka, drunkenness, SO.
J. ICanni, common nuisance, per
mitting a ferocious dog to go abroad,
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play at Kmma Square at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon. Following is
Overture King Stephen Beethoven
.Serenade A Birthday KWoliU
ilat-ch Taiinhaii'-er Wagner
Selection Marco VUeonll Vetrella
Wall. (Milled Youth Wahlletifcl
Ma.nrksi A'salliir FnuM
Thou art kind, my friend,
These sweet Mowers to send,
This fair Sabbath day,
With green ferns tltey lay,
Flowers of beauty,
Truth, contentment, duty,
Woven each with grace,
Into this ruMlo va-e.
Somehow my little, room,
Lot Its former gloom,
When theso rocs, pure white,
And ItlbNcits bright,
Found .i welcome iioie,
And a comer near,
Where the sunlight falls,
Within these dull walls.
'Tis only this I ask.
Why do you kindness musk?
Why don't you tell your name,
Or fiom where these roses came?
Sometime I will meet thee,
How pleased I will be,
When old Father Time,
Introduces my Valentine.
Aonks ii. BUKKK.
Honolulu, Feb. II, l8ii.
riMIE Boyd premises In Patioa Valley,
JL wilh large 2-story Dwelling House,
containing Parlor, tillcdroom', Dining
room, Pnntry, Kitchen, wide Yerandahs,
Stable, Rant, Bath Hoii-e and Servant's
House, also a comfortuhle S-rnnm Cot
tage. (57 lw) O. BOLTE.
o. 4 Ad ant si I.nnc.
Hats dyed and pressed,
Feathers cleaned anil curled,
Native stitiWB sowed la nil the latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fqnpy work, with drawing uud pain ting
Orders taken for nil kinds of embrol
rnnirn " ""''!yv,;v'w"fF
HAWW OPEPwA HOUSE.
Variety Is tho Splco ol Ltlo I
A Qlorlout Reception 1
A Brilliant Spectacle.
Well, what in the. ver
dict? Our wofdsi the most
now on tour.
by every one present.
Phenoiiienul and Unpicccdcutcd Success
of Wash Notion's
MERRY MAKERS I
To-night, Last Night hut One.
N.B. The management desires every
body to secure their scats to avoid the
crush. Hundreds unable to gain nd.
mission. Box plan now open at the
olllcc of .1. K. Wiseman.
Reserved Scuts ?l 00
Doors open nl 7:110 i curtain rises at 8
o'clock sbitip. Carriages may he or
tiered at 10:10.
00 Business Manager.
TVTOTICE is hereby clven that,
JL order of Alexander J. Carl wrlirht.
Sr.. the Executor and Trustee of the I.ist
will und testament of Etiiina Kaleleona
Inni, deceased, and under llcetiie of the
Supreme Court, we ate authorized to sell
at Public Auction, at our salesroom, on
Quieti St., in the City of Honolulu,
the 23d day of March, 1SS0,
At 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title
anil Interest of the said Kmma Knbde
onalnnl, of, la and to the following de.
1-Thn Ahupuaa of WAIAHA 1, f-iliiato
in Komi, Island of Hawaii, and con.
tabling an area of 27;i2 acres, and bo.
Ing more particularly described in
Royal Patent 1030.
2 The land known as KOLOAKIU.
situate in Wnlpio, District of Ilainn
ktta, Island of Hawaii, containing an
area of !U! in.lOO acres, and being
Apana I! of lloval Pafent MW, Laud
Commission A waul S51.T B.
3 The bind situate m KULAHUIIU.
L-ihaina, Maui, contalnine: an area of
I -IR81210 acres, and described in
Royal Patent Omul 182
1 The Almpunn ef ULAINO. situate in
tho District of Koolau, Kland "f
ilaiti, and being the same as appears
by Royal Patent 2237, Land Omius
sion Award 8.MS B. Area unknown.
.That certain piece of land situate at
Pl'IWA, Honolulu. Oahii. and cou
taingnn area of Tm-IOO of an acre,
and being more particularly described
in Itoval Patent Grant 2100.
is That certain land situate at KA1HJ
LUL Kona, Hawaii, containing an
area of 1 '.t-It) acres, and more pattl
cttlarly described In Itoval Patent
(1277 A, Land Commission Award
7 Those two certain pieces of land situ,
ate at PUAKO, Lahaina. ilaiti. and
containing an area together of 1 'i
'acres, and bclni: Apatms 4 and " of
Royal Patent 0777, Laud Commission
S That certain laud situate at PUEIHV
Kill'. Lahaiua. Maul, and containing
an area of 23 perches and being de
scribed In Royal Patent 1707, Land
Commission Award i!S7S.
9 The Ahupuaa of KAIIFLUI, situate
In Komi, Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Itoyal Patent KiOi), Land
Commission Award S.'iIO B, Area un
known. 10 The Ahupuaa of KALAMA, situate
In Kona, Island of Hawaii, ami being
Apana 2 of Itoyal Patent llifil), Land
Commission Award 85H! 11, Area un
known. 11 The Ahupuaa of PAHOEHOE situ
ate lit Kona, Island of Hawaii, and
Ileitis the same as described in Laud
Commission Award 8.11!) B, Area un
known. 12 The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
at Waimeii, District of South Kohala,
Island of Hawaii, and liehur Allium 1
of Itoyal Patent lisii'.i, Land Commis
sion Award HSKi B. Area unknown.
13 That certain piecu of laud situate
in PAKALA, Lahaina, Maul, and con
taining an area of I aero 22 perches
and being described in Itoyal Patent
187n,Land Commission Award 851!) B.
1 1 That certain piece, of laid situate hi
PAKALA. Lnhalua, Maui, containing
an area of 38-100 of an acre, and de
scribed In Royal Patent 11!)0. Land
Commission Award 10127.
15 Thatcei tain land situate utilAKI LA,
Lnhalua, Maul, containing an area of
""i acres, and described hi Royal
Patent 1112, Land Commission Award
10 That certain land situate in ilA
K1LA, Lahaina, ilntil. containing an
urea of 1 Jtood lll.Rods. and described
In Royal Patent 3537, Laud Commis
sion Award 10127.
17 Tho Ahtipuna of MAFNALEI situ
ate on the Island of Litunl, ami con
taining mi area of 3112 3S-100 acres,
and being the same as described in
Royal Patent (!77i, Land Commission
18 That certain piece of land with the
buildings thereon, situate on Hotel
Street, In the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahii, and known as KUOHA, con
ruining an area of 83 fathoms and M
feet, and described in Royal Patent
110. Land Commission Award US B.
10 That certain piece of laud with thu
buildings thereon situate on Queen
Street, in said Honolulu, containing
nit area of lilo-1000 of an acre, and
being Apana 1 of Royal Patent C778,
Land Commission Award S."ir ami
20 That certain piece of land with tho
buildings thereon, situate on bald
Queen Street containing an area of
3-10 of amicrc, and being described In
Royal Patent 3C(lti, Lund Commission
Award II 128 B.
For further particulars apply to
12. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. J. CARTWJMQHT, (JR.,
Executor and Trusteo.
50 15 tucs-thurs-snt,
FEBRUARY 20, 1880.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Xancy Groceries.
Rccelvo by every steamer from the Coast, regular replenishments of
Groceries of the Choicest Brands:
Jacob Hold's Butliilo Hams, 11. M. Dupeo B eakfast Bacon , No. v York and
Cala. Crt-am, Llmuurirer, Swiss, Young America, r.uam nno fine Appio
Cheese) Fairbanks' Lard. Cuitlim's T-tble and Pie Fruit. .Tarns anil Jellies:
Canned. Cunled, Potted and Deviled Meats, Fowl and Fish j Dried and
Pitted Peaches, Cherries, Plums. Prunes, Apples. Figs, Dates, Nuts and
Raisins, ileitis put up la 101b. tins prool against worms and weavelsj
Oat ileal, CrncKed Whtat Yellow Com Meal. White Coin Meal, Graham
Flour, small and large Hominy, &c, Cala. Cracker Co.'s Crackers and
Fancy Bl-cults in every variety. 2n.Ui. Klis Salmon Bullies; Choice Fam
ily Corn Beef, and Pork; Mixed Pickles, Situer Kraut, French Capers, Mush,
rooms, Peas, Sardines, .s and Js; Pete do Fole Oras.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Fruits, marmalades, Jams, Jellies, Stillanu Raisins, Currants, Salmi Ol),
Pickles, Splco, Pepper, iliislanl. Mint, An , Worcestershire, Tomato, Chut
ney mid Tolmsco Sauces, Chill Colorow &)urkccs Salad Dre-sing; Oiunge,
Lemon and Citron Peel ; S igo, Tapioca, Corn Slmcli, Pearl Barley, (lurmea.
Imperial Oriimim, While Outs, Ac.
McCondray & Co.'s Choicost Brands of Green & Blaok Teas.
Flesh Flower and Vegetable Seeds always on hand.
OUR ICE HOUSE GOODS
By everv steamer, Is a special feature eomprldng California Fresh Fruits, Vege
tilljlci, Fish, Butter Point Reyes Roll and eery delicacy IN SEASON thnt the
San Francisco market atloids. ,
is-f Orders dispatched promptly,
city, Walkikl and the Valley. Island
with special care.
Bell Tolephono 274; Mutual Telophono 130; P. O. Box 435.
so, send mc 20 yards.
have ever seen for the Money.''
" Quite rlfflil. It's below value I"
" GOOB-BYE ! "
NOTICE TO THJE
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu.
THE FIRM OF
TEMPLE OF FASHION !
Aio retiring from the Clothing, Gents Furnishing and Hat business, In
order to imiku room for their largo importations of
DRY COODS, DRY GOODS,
And otl'er for salo at exceptional and genuine bargains their entire,
unsurpassed Stock of
Men's, Youth's and Boys'
Suits, Hats, Caps, etc., etc.
The many friends of our ilr. S. COHN will ho glad to learn that ho has re
tuin.'d fiom San Fianohco and wllll conduct and supet intend this Cleiuanco Solo
pciBimally, which alone is a gtiarautcu to our many patrons of its genuineness.
Come and Secure Your Bargains, ,No
Eeasonable Offer Eefused,
H. E. iVIcBNTYRE & BRO.T
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods tccei veil by every Packet from tho Eastern Stales and Europe-.
Fiesh Callloinla Piodiieo by eery Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part ot tho city free of charge. Island orders soli,
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post OlUco Box 145. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
Election of Ollieers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Hawaii,
an Ramie Company (Limited) held
this day. the following gentlemen were
elected for tho ensuing year:
Mit. A. J.Cautwhwiit President
ilii E. Lyoak ,.,,.. M imager
Mil. W. F. Allen. SecieturyjfTrcnsuror
Mil. W. R. C.sri,y:,, ......Auditor
Dircctois Messrs. F. A. Schaefcr. .1.
H, Paty, B. F. Dillingham and G W.
Secretary Hawaiian Ramie Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 15, 1880. 63 lw
J K. WILDER.
Daily deliveries made to all parts of the
orders for famlllu and plantations tilled
IB that YOU, MIt. FISIIEL ?
"Have you any more of
that brown JERSEY clotli
doublo width, sucb as you
sold to Mrs. Jonkinson yes
terday for 1 50 a yard ? If
the FINEST MATERIAL I
S. COHN & CO.,
GEORGE P. and JAMES B. CASTLE
are admitted as partners in our
firm, dating from .lanuuiy 1. 1880.
CASTLE &, COOKE.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 1880. 00 lw
A DIVIDEND of Flvo Dollars per
Share on the capital stock of tho
Princcvillo Plantation Co. is payablo at
tho olllco of O. Brewer & Co.
P. O.JONES, Treasurer.
Honolulu, Feb, 18, 1880. HH i