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BISHOP Co., IJAKKEKS
Honolulu, JIuWuiiuu Islands.
Diiw Exeht.itgo on tbo
OJuulv ol'OnllL'ofjila, S. 3l
And their hijuiiIs in
NEW YORK, UOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Holhschihl A: Son, London
Tho Connncicinl Jltuik Co., of Sidney,
The Commercial Hunk Co, of Sydney,
Tlic flunk of New Zealand. AiuUliml
Chrlstehuich, mid Wellington
The Hunk of Urilbih Columbia. Ml-
loi in, I!. C , mid l'oiiluml, Oi.
Transact u Genirnl Dunking IIusiiiiHs,
1u gnilji gaiJUiin.
Hedged to neither Sect nor Party,
But tstabllihed for the ljcneGt of all,
TUESDAY, JMAHCIl 10, 1880.
THE LUNATIC ASYLUM ROAD.
This people residing in the noigh
ljoi'hooil of the Lunatic Asylum
have long ngitnteil, through the
public press nml otherwise, for tlio
construction of a. ro:ul opposite the
Reformatory School, from King
btrect to the Abyluni. iS'ot long
ago the matter was laiil before tho
Minister of the Interior, who ex
pressed a readiness to do all in his
power, and suggested the prepara
tion and presentation of a petition
in iluc form, by those concerned.
This petition was prepared, signed,
presented and refened to a jury,
according to law. "Wc learn from
this morning's Advertiser that the
jury have' made their report, and do
' not recommend the prayer of the
petition on account of the apparent
unnecessary expense." No doubt,
the jury did their duty carefully
and conscientiously; but to those
familiar with the distiietand the con
dition of tho present thoroughfare
in wet weather, the granting of the
"prayer of the petition" involves
jio "apparent unnecessary expense."
The cost of making a load that
would be passable in all weathers
would be comparatively small, the
necessary breadth of land being
given by the land owners. As to
the expense being unnecessary, this
road is the only direct line of com
munication between the city and an
important government institution,
besides being the only way of egress
and ingress to quite a number of
families, who live mainly by agri
culture. In the rainy season the
present road is absolutely impass
able to wheeled vehicles and almost
so to pedestrians. The petitioners,
who had confidently hoped for a
favorable response, are naturally
aggrieved by the jury's decision,
and consider themselves hardly
In a leader intended to be an
answer to the Iiu u.r. tin's foiccast of
some of the doings of next Legisla
ture, yesterday's Advertiser says it
is an enviable position to occupy,
to lie a "recognized opposition or
gan" and also able to take a peep
inside at the policy of the Govern
ment. Wo would apologizo for
occupying the alleged position, if
there were any impropriety about it,
or if, being improper, we could
plead guilty to the indictment. If
wc know too much about the
"policy," vvc really cannot help it.
It is information forced upon us,
and the peculiar feature of our con
temporary's article is that there is
no disclaimer raised with regard to
the list of measures referred to in
this paper, nor is there any asser
tion that the programme, to the an
nouncement of which the Advertiser
objects, was not correct iu every
particular. With lcspect to the as
sertion that the Uuu.ktis is a
"recognized organ" of the opposi
tion, vvc have only to reply that if
tho opposition see fit to rccognizo
this paper as an organ, it is no busi
ness of ouis; it is simply proof
. positive that tho opposition is on
tho right trade. Political questions
aro viewed, both as to theory and
practice, in this paper, from only
ono standpoint, tho right. And if,
under these circumstances, wc hap
pen to bo identified with the opposi
tion to the Government, so much
tho worse for tho Government.
Shooting of thieves and night
prowlers has commenced, nnd it
ought to bo put n stop to by the
prowlers keeping out of the way.
JJepicdators, on cutting people's
premises, nights, mil una
bclvcs standing just where tl
urlctors arc going to shoot.
A London despatch of lreb. Urtth,
wiyslhe Kinpeiur.o Germany is tit
present confined to his room, suffer
ing from the effect of a fall.
The operatives in the factories of
Jlessis. Neltlefold A- Co., screw
maniifacluicrs, Uirmiughani, have
stiucK, and rioting has I alum place
At the examination before a
magistrate of tho Socialist leadeis
concerned in the London liol.s, the
witnesses for the defence included
Sir Kdwaid HoiiiIuikoii, Commis
sioner of Police.
Replying to a question in the
House of Commons, oiv the ii7th,
Mr. Campbell-Bannerman stated
that any fears that the Arabs would
succeed in occupying Dougola were
Caiuo, Feb. L'7. It has been ar
ranged that the present garrison of
Indian troops in. the occupation of
Suakiin shall be withdrawn in May
next, and replaced by Egyptian
The European Powers have not
yet got down to bed rock in the
settlement of affairs in the Italkau
Peninsula. The armistice between
Bulgaria and Servia having expired
by lapse of time, the Houniclian
forces arc again in motion.
Mr. Parncll has arranged a com
promise, whereby the boycotting of
cattle on Coik steamers is to eease.
A. L. OF 1!.
1 ) IXJI'EAIt Meeting of (JeeanleComi
It ell No. 777 will be held THIS
HVEN'INtJ, March lOih, at 7:110 o'clock
sharp. Ituiiucs of lnipotttmce. All
companions mo icimMcd lo attend.
U .I.C. WIII'l'E, Secictnry.
Attontion ! Honolulu Kiflcs.
AitMoiiY HoNoi.i'i.ii Iii'm:, I
Honolulu, Muirh HI, JS3G. )
rCompany Oiders No. i.
mnntl is hereby uiileutl to re-
i,rl nt tint AninfV- fin WI''.!!.
1 NRSHAV. Miiroh 17lh. at 2 i.
m. nhurp, In Fatigue Uniform
for Tiirtiet Practice.
It Captuin Coinnmiiding.
STKAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG PEACOCK (mnlc), tail
very short, nnd very little feathcis
I;. Tho llnder will plensu return
DM1AGED SUGAR BAGS
On THURSDAY, Mar. 18,
at 12 noon, J will sell, at my sales-
loom, for account of whom
it may concern,
7 Bales Blue Striped Sugar
slightly dninaged ex ship Stirlingshire,
from Liverpool, mail.td and mini.
Iicrcd us follows:
TlUXtCo No. 1008 1020 1097
J1K';I5 10:W 10SO 10J5
Each 1,000 Bags;
No. 1100 containing 1721 Hugs
Terms cush, payable in U. S. Cold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
77 2t Auctioneer.
Regular Cash Sale
TJIUUSDAyT Mar. JStli,
at 10 i..M., at Sulcsrooin, will ho
sold, at auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing
Crockery, Glass and Tinwuie,
Sucks No. 1 bugur, Cul. l'otutocs & Corn,
Medium Bread & Soda Crackers
Manilla Clgun & Tobacco,
A few choice loicnn Buddies,
Canned Pcuclics & l'tur.',
IiVeiiolt KoolH Ss SIiocn,
and Ilomohold Furniture.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
TTAVING been uppolnled solo Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment having just arrived
per s.s. Muraron, I have the same to
oiler in quantities to suit at unusually
low rates, In pnekuges of 1, 2 and 7 lbs.
hermetically scaled Tins.
to jmy .BuUer
hitherto produced or olTcrul for sale in
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Solo Agent.
17 lni 40 Queen Street.
Jeffrey's Porter k Ale !
IX IVAKTH AXI 1MXTH,
For Sale by
H. Hackfeld &,. Co.
Tiii'Mta) Kvonliijc, Mar. 8tJi5
Tliui'Mliiy JJven'g. 3Inv. SHlh,
Sttiuciiisy lUon'Ki ilhir. 20(li,
Positively It nights only.
Fred W. Millis,
The Monarch Vcnlriloiuil ami Humorist,
In Iih vciMilllc, iiiuhH.i1, hi 1 1 tli pro.
vokiog mid rellned entertain.
u SANS SOUOI."
Go nnd ie "The Wedding llienk.
fust," intiodueing tome of tho Guests
THOUHAHOUH-n la McCabe.
Tho TOHPEDO mid the WHALE, and
two bouts or gicat run.
Cliitrucl or liiiieiNomiloi
Change of prolamine uiuhtly. Scuts
secured at J. 1!. Wiseman's. Hrnc ilun
opens MONDAY morning, nt !t o'clock.
13?" Mr. Millis litis over 10,000 critic
isms from leading papers tlnougliout
Europe and the Colonics iicknow lodging
li 1 in to lie in the first rank us a Ventrilo
quist mid humorist. To he seen at .1. E.
Popular prices, jl,?rie.t COe. 75 lw
I inn instrueted by Mi. W. C. l'eaeoek
to sell at public miction, at liii icsi
ilenrc, No. LiS llcrutnnlit Street,
On Wednesday, Mar. 17th,
at 10 a.m., the whole of bis household
Furniture, comprising in part an fol
lows: 1 llV Eiilrooni Set, M'itlirse,
I'lllows, UV Extension Dining Table. &.
Chairs, V J'.tilor Set In hair cloth,
Hosevvood "Writing Tabic, Muhoguny
Curd Table. Large and Small Hugs, a
few Choice Eugiiivings, Mirror,
I New Homo Sewing Machine,
in good order; C'iiaudcliersiand Lumps,
Veriiniln Chairs, Until Tub, clo , etc.,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils, Lawn Mower,
Garden Hose & Tools, etc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
73 Ct Auctioneer.
Jlv order of Messib. C. Brewer & Co.,
to eloso consignments,
On Wednesday, March 17th,
at their store, at 10 a.m., on a cicditto
the trade, will lie sola,
The Intire Balanco of Consignments,
CONSIbl I!nO OF
Excelsior Packing Plows, Slates, Ccn.
trilugal Linings, Cnnc C.irts, Phaetons,
Wagons, O.x Carts, Hand C.irts, Scales,
Buckets, Ox Hows, barrel Shocks, Keg
Shooks, Kaolin, Cru-hcd Sugar,
Florimel, cron Safes,
Hook Cases, Oakum, OriniKlnnes, Pork,
Hlack "Walnut, Onk Plunk, White I'uie.
AVasb Hoards, Turpentine, Linseed 'Ml,
Metal 1'uliil, Ebony nnd Mai hie Tables,
Camphor Trunks and Wunliobes, Pen.
nut Oil, Chow Choiv, Ounno and
An Invoice of Fireworks.
2T For particulars, see catalogues.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
07 Gt tu.thu.Mit Auctioneers.
NEW YORK LJNE.
WW. OHOSSMAN & HHO., 77
. Email Street, N.Y., will de.
patch an Al vessel in tliis line, on or
MAY 15, 188,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March Kith, to Insuic shipment bv
tills opportunity, or not Inter than Apiil
(Itli. CASTLE A. COOKE,
India Bice Mill,
San Erancisco, Cal.
IN consequence of the death of the
owner of tills well. known property,
tho whole establishment is ottered for
sale, and will bo dbposcd of ns an en
tirety, oduiing a fuvorablo oppoitunlty
to any one disposed to enter into this
The Mills for cleanlnir and
hulling aio of tliu most approved pat'
tern, with a Corliss Engine of lOO-hnrro
power, until in lu;i, wltli all the latest
improvements; aleo, u superior Eoiler
and all Mjclunciy ucceiuiy for clean,
big Jllce icady for immediate use.
Tito land upon which the stiuctuio Is
erected Is held by leuso, expiring .Inly
1, 1887, wilb the piivilego of 5 years' ex
tension upon very favoiablo terms, or
tlio Mills ami Miichineiy can be remov.
ed if so desired, for further parti
cuhirs, apply to
J. T. WATEmiOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
K. L. Jokim Si Co., fun Erunci'sco. 5S
S A. I,
Xo. 'J Adams Jjimc.
llats dyed ami pressed,
Fe.ubeis cleaned and curled,
Kativo stiaws sewed la till (lie latest
Lessons given in thlrty-slx kinds of
fancy wotk, with drawing and painting
Ordcra ttikeij Jur all kinds of cmbroi
' wit sAMi.
Ilnw'nCuiriiiKi'Miinf'gCo., ft tit) 100
E. O. Hull & ami, (it 75 100
Inkr Island S. N. Co., Ct00 1011
Hull Ttlephone, Qt :i:i 10
Hnw'n Agricultural (' , uf 00 100
Wilder' Steamship t'o . in H7 100
0. ilroiwr .t Co., 1(10 ICO
lluliiuti, f.0 100
Wonill.iwn IJiiby, '.Hi 100
Wiiiluku Sugar Co., Utl 100
Utiiniiiinilv, l.')5 100
Kl.i. Mill. (.tun 500
KeiipioeiiilsugarCo, fcO 100
I.. A. THUHSTON, Sloi'k IJiokci.
W MercliiintSlii't-i. 151 ly
flMIE Union Hair Drissing Saloon Ini
X been re opened hy C. Molleno, us
lcmpor.il y iutlt. 118 'Jw
lly older of Mr. Sclig, nibnlnlstrutor of
of the Estate of L Allium, deceased, of
Waluliiu, Oulin, I will tell lit public
miction, at my huiesionin, No. 40 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 1- o'clock, a.m., a curtain
Lease of Premises
situated In Wninlua, mid foinieily nc.
copied by the defeased as a store, wine
houses, dwelling", Ac , Ac. The Lease
will expire on tliu 1st .Imitniry, 18-0, and
the rent of same is $10 per month.
Also, the whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained in store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Stoie Eixliues, !J llrakc, 1 Horse, 1 Set
Harness, Household r'uriiiltiri! and
Ethels, Kitchen Kurnitiite nnd
Utensils, &c, &c.
Parties wishing to examine the above
prembes and for further iiiformution,
cun apply to Mr. S. SELIG, at the olllee
of Mrssis. A). S. Gilubaum & Co,
IST Terms cash, uml deeds at ex
pense of puicliascr.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 2w Auctioneer.
Val'ble Real Estate.
Hy ordei of tho Adniinistialor of the
Mukiu Eitale, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On tho premises, that icrlain parcel of
laud on the cornet of lieietuuiu und
Union M reels, with tliu bumlsomo
therenn, built by the late Capt. Makee
for his own ube.'Thc bouse is largo ami
roomy, fait 111 nil y built, and with parti
cular lcfcicnco to the wants of our tin
pie.il climate. Tho place can lie viewed
at any lime upon application lo
Immediately after the snle of the
hou-c and lot wo will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining the lesidence of W. O. Irwin,
Hm., and numbered lis per Kapiohtul
I'urU plan icspcelively 110, 117, US, 11U,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Hy order of the Ailministrators of the
Miikeu Estate, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
at tlio residence, corner Hcictaula und
Union Streets, tho
Entire Hoiselieia Furlre
in part as follouH, vl,:
Drab Hill; icp. Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
llosewood Center Table,
2 Hron.es and .Stands, -t Oil Paintings,
a Walnut and Gilt Minors, Music KacK,
Mai bio HiiHtu, Carpeting, Onk Extension
O.ik .Sidnlio.iid and Mirror,
13 Oak Dining Clmlrs, Gluss and Plated
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 .SeMant, Glass
1 CIiIiicmo I'oreclaln
Breakfast and Dinner Sot,
a HW Hedioom Sets, romplele,
AVardrobes, .Mntlichsiv, Pillows,
Mojipiito Nets, Ulietl'miiern, Covered
Lounges, Camphor Tiunk,
Velvet Hugs, Carpet Clmlrs, Clothes
Ho.. Parian Flguies, Toilet Sets,
Chum her Sets, 1 Hose wood Hedioom
Set, complete, Hocking Chubs,
Hut Hack, devolving Chair, Whatnot",
Flower Pots and Stands, Koa MiatTSafe,
Hcfilgcr.itor, Stove and Kitchen Fuini-
turc, Hath Tul), etc., etc.
J Top Buggy,
Abo, Ilnuics, Step Ladder, ulc. etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
IlT.DA1hv.. - , - -
DAVIS & " '
1MPOKTEKS AND DEALLKB IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Ileglo call the iiiieiiilon of their many patrons nnd housekeepers genei
nil) to the vmied nr(Mituuiit of their
Excellent SSew Stock !
H'hlth U ccnisl.uilly iipletiirlud hy every veel mtiving tioni the Stat-.-H
nml Kitiopu, KelrtUil with ipn'inl riiie In e.ilor to the u'cogiil.iid erltlciil
liihtt' of local piilroiingc.
M.VCONDEAY ft CO 'S iluesi
American ami Enilisli Til Luxuries !
Anil delicacies in endless vnricty.
(IiossiiiVs llluekvM'll's Coiiservi-H and the Ctitliug & Packing's Kirsl (Jrtidei
The Celehruteil DohKt Son's liulliiln lliuusund li.icou, tlie choicest ever
brought to this market;
Cereuls In evuiy vurluly In patent vvenvel pioof tins;
Evaporated and Pitted Fruits and every vuilety of Nuts;
Oysters, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits
On Ice Evciy Steamer.
EST A personal inspection of our KUESII STOCK, wo believe, will icsult in
a keen edge lo appetite mid u heightened Interest in the HOME MEAL
JUST OPENED Ur
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Hats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
I?er Slctimer 31nrliosa, the
TEMPLE OF FASHION
will receive :i I'ull line ol Llie
Latest American nml Englisli Styles of Dry Goods.
A complete and assorted invoice of Dry Goods, comprising tlio latest leading
styles of Ladies and Misses' Wear; also, everything of new depuitureiii tho Dry
Goods line; also, an excellent Stock of
Toadies and Misses' Slioes,
Fine Goods and bed-rock Pi ices is our motto. Everything guaranteed to bo as
represented. Our Stock is open lo inspection. Evciy body ib Invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
Must he CJonlmI before the arrival of the Marij.on.
EST Wo have a small stock of Men's nnd Hoys' Suitfi on hand which, until tbo ai
rival, can bo bought al less than factoiy prices. If you doubt, call. ' Seeing is
i S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent.
Heal Estate Agent,
Wlldci'n Steamship Agent,
Gieat Huilington Hailioad Agent
in Hond or.Duty Paid.
A Very Choice, Lot, Fresh and Full.
Tlio licit In the Market.
HOLLISTER & Co.
! K. WI1.DEU.
W 1 L D E R .
Green nnd lllucl, Te.13;
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom IIouso Erokcr,
.Manager Hawaiian Opoia Iloiifc,
Fire and Life Insurance Agent.
TN DHAWING AND PAINTING;
X water cob rs and oils; perspective,
l". It. O. HAHNFIELD,
0 lni No, 1 ICukul Street.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
jyGft&jfi, No. 127 Ucrutunln Street, at
M'Q"!!? present occupied by A. Khlers.
pJ--&" Possession givcu Muy 1st.
Euquiic on tho premises, or of L. WAY.
Kiiiau Street, in rear, 78 tf
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