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JJIfcSUOP & Co., HANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Dr.uv KAclmngo on llio
Jlanlc ol Ciilil'oiniin, .S. in.
Ami their ngonts in
NOV YOUK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Jlcssis. N. M. Hulhschild A- Sun, Loudon
Tliu Cointnorclnl Hunk Co., oC Sydney,
Tins Commercial Hank Co., of Sidney,
The Hani; of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrltohtiieli, mid Wellington,
The Hank of llrllHt Columbia, Vic
lorla, H. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact n General Hanking llusincss.
l'leJgcJ to nolther Sect uor Party.
But cttaMlshcil for llio tencfit of nil,
FUIUAY, M AKC1I 111, 1880.
ASYLUM ROAD AGAIN.
"No doubt, the jury did their
tint)' carefully and conscientiously."
This is .liat we said in a recent
issue, In reference to (he report of
the gentlemen appointed to decide
upon the advisability of making a
road from King street to the Lunatic
Asylum. A subsequent conversation
with a gentleman of the jury con
firms the opinion. It appears that
body's unfavorable recommendation
was based on the belief that the
petitioners expected a 2.' or .'10 feet
macadamized road, which would re
quire an expenditure of six or seven
thousand dollars, and tho jury did
not consider that the population and
necessities of the district wai ranted
so largo an outlay. Jt certainly
would be unreasonable (o expect
anything of the kind, and a much
narrower road, involving probably
less than one-third the amount
named, would satisfy a majority of
the petitioners. All they ask for is
a road sulllcicntly wide for one car
riage, with an enlargement at one or
two places to allow of two carriages
passing each other. It is pity that
the jury were not informed of this in
time, and they would most likely
have reported differently.
AN ORATOR COMING.
Tho arrival of Sir. "William Noble,
the celebrated temperance evange
list, who is expected by the Mari
posa on Saturday or Sunday next,
will probably mark an era in the
temperance movement in these
islands, lie is now making a (our
of (he world, and is expected to re
main over here for two weeks. His
appearances on the temperance plat
form are spoken of in very high
terms by both Knglish and United
States papers. At the close of a
campaign visit to the United States
in 1877, a meeting of 2,.r00 persons,
referred to by the New York JJerttltl,
as "a noble demonstration" and
" a brilliant send off," assembled in
the Cooper Institute, where John
1$. Gougli, on behalf of Sir. Noble's
American friends, presented him
with a valuable gold watch. His
personal appearance, as given in the
illustrated papers, presents to view
a man of fine open countenance,
with the features of a born orator.
Since Major Dane's visit, Honolulu
has experienced :i lull in the matter
of orations, broken only by the elec
tioneering squalls of the month of
January ; and tho blowing up of a
lively trade wind of genuine elo
quence will bo quite a refreshing
variety in the usual monotony of
social life in (he community.
. THE TREATY.
"Vc are not disposed to take a des
pondent view of treaty prospects
notwithstanding tho discouraging
aspect of latest accounts. In tho
first place, it, should be borne in
mind that the repot t of proceedings
at Washington, published in our
columns a day or two ago, was from
the San Francisco Oironicle, and
tho Chronicle is in the habit of
viewing everything relating to tho
treaty through colored glasses. Kven
allowing every word to be sober
truth, nnd further still, should the
United States go to (ho length of
giving notico of abrogation, wo
should not regard tho treaty as cer
tainly doomed.. In our opinion,
political and not commercial con-
siderations will filially determine (ho
matter. Although tho United States
may be in no way anxious to acquiro
possession of these islands, alio can
not, under any circumstances, con
sent to their passing into tho con
trol of any other nation ; and tho
surest woy (0 prevent such a contin
gency is to maintain tho reciprocity
tronty. This is thoroughly uiitlcr
stooil Ity Ainoriuan statesmen. With
(In' Australasian colonies to the
south, anil Ciuiuilit in the 1101 th,
fnvoiulily inclliipil to enter into
closer lulutiotis with this kingdom,
in iiilililion (o manifest German pro
clivities for annexation, it is scarcely
probable (hat our nearest anil best
neighbor will bo in a hurry to sever
one of the strongest ties now bind
ing (he two nations (ogether.
Arsenic dust from the frieze
decorations of the rooms of a house
in eambridge, Mass., was discovered
bv a chemist, to have been the
cause of nausea and sleeplessness
among the occupants. Honolulu
householders do not need to be at
the expense of putting up frieze
decorations to produce dust for non
soporilic purposes. There is enough
muck dust Hying in the air on our
streets to discount all the arsenic
dust that painters and paper hangers
can supply. This, however, is a
matter of little consequence to cither
editors or politicians, who invari
ably repose on their virtuous couches
in period unconsciousness ot me
petty annoyances, by which the
nerves of ordinary mortals are dis
turbed. The New Yotk Sun is lecciving
donations for the Irish Parliamentary
fund. The receipts, for the first
live days of the week ending Jan. 23,
amounted to over SI 000.
A MAN to nttcml liort.es and work
uarden. German nieferrei
nl this Olllce.
A SPECIAL Meeting of tho Share
holders of the Deutsche!- Yorcln
will beheld at the ollleit of IWessis. H.
Hack-Mil & Co, on WEDNESDAY,
March ill, 18i, nt 2 im. Full ntten
dance Is rcmicsicd. Itusincas of impor
tance. II. MEMENSOIINKIOEH,
7U2w Seo'.v DculM'hor Veiein.
STRAYED or STOLEN.
YOUNG PEACOCK (mule), tail
veiy short, and vciy llttlo leathers
011 nceu. Mlio tinder win no rewnrueii
on returning the same to
77 If A. FKHNANDEZ, King Stieet.
COTTAGE TO LET.
JN Pntioa Valley, between Nuuanti
and Punchbowl Streets. 0 100111s,
Kitchen and Bath, Can i'lge House unit
Stable, ljcry convenience, licnt iflS
per month. Apply at 110 KingSlieet,
or on tho prcmUes. (10 Hi
MHS. A. HOSA, tliu iclebrated For
tune Teller, has cliangid her iosl
deuce to the coiner of Lll.eliko Street
and Palace Walk. Mrs. Hosn, after a
slioit stay nl that place, will inako n
tour 1011111I tliu island-.. 7!1 lw
rpiIK undersigned has moved Into tho
JL olllce of Mr. J. K. Wiseman, wheio
he will lie piepared to funiltli house,
hold servants, collect bills, do Anglo.
Chinese interpreting, imil 11 general
business. (CD Cm) SOYONG.
BY a Competent Seamstress (Portu
guese) a situation with 11 private
family, or Dressmaker. Apply to
57 Hotel Stiect. 73
TUST received, " Tho Dogs of Great
O III Haiti, America and other Coun
tries: Their Ureeding, Training, nnd
Management in Health and Di-case," by
Stonehenge; "Incidents nnd Anecdotes
of tho Civil War," by Admiral Porter.
44 .1 M QT, .III.. AsCO.
COTTAGE FOlt RENT.
on tho corner of Kinnu
and 1'envacola Streets. Contains i
rooms besides lmnlry. bath, etc. Kvcry.
thing convenient. Stable and outhouses.
Premises are now occupied by Dr. Gray.
Possession given April 1st. Kent $30
per month. Apply to
,INO. A. l'ALMlvll, 77 Kort St..
or YVm. O. Atwater. 7f lw
: Haw'n Opera House.
Saturilny Kvcn'j;-. Mnr. 20th,
IMuliiiee, HtiLurduy i. in.
Positively il nights only.
Fred W. Millis,
Tho Monarch Ventriloquist anil Humorist,
In his versatile, musical, mirlh-pro.
voking and retluid entertain.
Go and sco "Tho Wedding break,
fast," Inliodiiclug Eome of the Guests
TKOUIJADOUlt-a la Mr.Cabe.
The TORPEDO nnd tho WHAL13, and
two hours of great fun.
Clmrncst oi Tmiioi'woimtoi.
Chan go of programme niuhtly. Seats
secured at J. K. Wiseman's, box plan
opens MONDAY morning, at 0 o'clock.
EST Mr. Millis has over 10,000 critic,
isms ftom leading papers throughout
Ktiropo and thu Colonies acknowledging
him to lie in the llrst rank its n Ventrilo.
ipijst and humorist. To ho Been at .1. K.
Popular prices, $1, 70c., COe. 75 lw
HI t i.i, ,1n u 1 ..,i i' 1 ,1 Ijyftri j fci.
nen appointed tole Agent
New Zealand Butter,
the first shipment having just nnlvcil
per s.s. Mnruini, I have tho same to
iill'cr In qiiantllliH lo Mill til uuiitinlly
low rates, In packages oT 1,2 and 7 lli.
hfimctlcally sealed Tins. This article
Superior to any 13uUer
hitherto produced oroll'eird for sale
LEWIS J. LEVEY, Solo Agent.
',7 1 in -10 Queen Street.
In the matter of the H-dalo of )
PAUL ICANOA. S
Under nnd by virtue of nn Order of
Sale of Ileal Estate, duly made nnd cn.i
tcred by tho Hon. A. Francis Judd,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, sit
ting as n Court ot Probate on thu SUil
day of February, A,D. 18811, the under
signed will sell at public auction 011
TUESDAY, Mar. 2:J, LS8(i,
at the auction loom of K. P- Adams ifc
Co., Queen Street, Honolulu, at 12
o'clock noon, tho following described
property, to wit: All that lot, plecu and
parcel of land sittiatu on King, Ktchard
and Merchant Siieets, in Honolulu, nnd
bounded nnd described as follows: He
ginning at the south corner of this lo
on the mauka side on Church Street,
adjoining the lot of Kelkenul, and run
ning north 47 degrees west, 112 7.12 feet
along Church Street, thence south 45
degiees west 7.1 11-12 feet along lticliiinl
Stieet. thence south 00 minuted 45
seconds cast 115 0-13 feet nlong Mer
chant Street, llienro north 45 degrees
east, 40 2-12 feet along Kelkenul's lot in
place- of commencement; una l.VKIU
neies; being the piece of land described
in Jinii commission aw am joi 10
And also that certain lot, piece and
parcel of land situate on King and Mer
chant Streets In said Honolulu, bounded
and described as follows: lleginniiig
at north roiner on the mauka side of
this lot by Kekmuiuo.i's adjoining King
Stieet and iiinning south 4li degrees
west 8U;C links along Kukmmuo.iV,
theneo south 02 degiees, east 2 chains 12
links along Meichant Street, thence
ninth SSif degree- east2U?.f links along
King Street mid Merchnnt btreet, thentu
north 4ill degrees west 1 chain :J links
along King Stieet to place of beginning ;
area Kill fathoms; tho same being tliu
piccu or parcel of land described in
Laud Commission Award 5,100 to Kelke
nul. The above described pieces compose
the premises used as thciesidencoot the
late Paul Kanoa.
Upset price, 0,000. Other terms nt
day of sale.
P. P. KANOA,
V. Austin Wiutjno, Attorney.
Honolulu, March !1. 1880.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
C8 8t mon.wcd-frl
Great Clearance Sale
lly older of Messrs. Conchco &
Ahung. who are atiout closing their
business, wu will,
On Wednesday & Thursday,
March S-ltli nnd SIHli,
commencing nt 10 a.m. each day, ft their
stoic on Foit Street, oiler at public auc
tion, their entile Slock of
Dress Silks, in all colors: Gras-Ololh,
Silk Handkerchiefs, n largo variety of
Golll ul Ivory Jewelry,
China Vaf s, Creno .Shawls, Fans,
Mattings, Fine ClilnwoTeas,
AND A LAKOi: A8EOHTMi:XT OK
All these Goods mo now ready for In.
spectlon, and as everything will ho (-old
without reserve, the ladies and the pub.
llo generally will find it to ther interest
to nttcml the salo.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
7t moii-wcd-frl Auctioneers.
India Rice Mill,
San Francisco, Gill.
fomcoucnt'o of the death of tho
owner of this well-known property.
the whole, establishment is ollered for
sale, and will hu dbposed of as an eu.
tirety, oll'ering it finoiablo opportunity
to any one disposed to enler into UiIh
business. The Mills for cleaning and
hulling mo of t lie most approved pat
tern, with a Coil I us Engine of 100-hoto
power, built in lbS:l, with nil thu latest
iiiipioveinentsj aKo, a superior Holler
and all Machiueiy ueccssaiy for clean,
big Rlie leady lur Immediate use.
Thu laud upon which tho structure Is
creeled Is held by lease, expiring July
1, 18S7, w!lh tho ptlvllcgu of 5 ycnis' ex
tension upon Miry favorable terms, or
thu Mills and Machinery can ho reinov.
ed if so deslrul. For further parti,
eulars, apply to
J. T. WATEKHOUSE,
Honolulu, or to
B. L. Jokub & Co,, Buu Fjuuclsco, C8
.,,Vlfl..,j,,4flfct, Nii.gMSI.Hyi fcyiiir;
llaw'nCairiogoManf'gCo., $ III) 100
K.O. Hull A: Sou, 02 75 100
Intnr.lsland S. N. Co., ai(W) 100
Hell Telephone, ( !W 10
Haw'n Agrlcultuiul'Co, (3 00 100
Wilder' Stcnni'dilp Co., !i7 100
C. Iltewer A Co., 100 100
Hnlawa, 50 100
Woodlawn Dairy, KG 100
Wnlluku Sugar Co., !lfi 100
YVnlnianalo, 155 loo
Star Mill. I25 500
HeolnrocltjWugnrCn, H) 100
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Hrokei.
33 Merchant Street. 151 ly
VaFble Eeal Estate.
Uy order of the Adnilnistintor of the
Mnkeu IMnte, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, that certain parcel of
land nu the corner of Herctanla nnd
Union Streets, with the handsome
thereon, built by the late ('apt. Makec
for liis own use. Thu house is large and
roomy, faithfully built, mid with parti
cular refcience to the wants of ourtio.
pica! climate. The placo can be viewed
at any time upon application to
llWlft & Co.
Immediately after tho salo of the
house and lot wo will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining thu residence of W O Irwin,
Kh., mid numbered as per Kapiolanl
I'mk plan respectively 110, 117, 118, 111),
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
by order ol the Administrators of the
Makco Esinic, we will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 O'CIOCK, A.M.,
nt tho residence, corner lierctnnia and
Union Streets, tho
Entire HoimM Fiir'tore
In part as follows, viz:
Drab Silk rep. Pallor Set, 8 pieces;
lln-uwood Center Tabic,
2 llrones and Stands, 1 Oil Paintings,
2 'Walnut tti.it Gill Mirrors, Music back,
Marblo busts. Carpeting, Oak Extension
Oak Sideboard and Mirror,
12 Oak Dining Chairs, Glass nnd Plated
Ware, Majolica Wine, 1 Sextant, Glass
1 'liliu'M Porcelain
Breakfast and Dinner Set,
I) UV Bulroom Sets, complete,
Waidiobes, Mattresses, Pillows,
MiMpiitn Nets, Chellbnleis, Covered
Lounges, Camphor Trunk,
Velvet Hugs, Carpet Chairs, Clothes
box, Parian Figures, Toilet Sets,
Chamber Sets, 1 Hinewood llulrooin
Set. complete, Hocking Chair-',
lint Hack, Revolving Cbair, 'Whatnots,
Flower Pols nnd Stands, Kon Meat Safe,
HetilgeiMtor, Stove and Kitchen Finn!.
tore, ll.ilh Tub, etc., etc.
1 Top Buggy,
Also, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
llv older of Mr. Sellu. administrator of
of tho Estate of D Alitina, deceased, of
Wnkilua, Oahu, I will bell at public
auction, at my tnlesroom, No. 40 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 1 o'clock, a.m., a certain
Lease of Premises
situated in 'Wolnhin, and formerly oc
eupied by the deceased ns n sloro, ware
houses, dwellings, Ae,A-e. Tho Lenso
will expire on the 1st January, 16SU, nnd
tho rout of saint! Is $10 per month.
AUo, the uholu of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained in stoic:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Sloio Fl.stuies, 2 brakes, t Horfo, 1 Set
HarneiH, Household Furniture mid
KUccIf, Kllolien Fitriiltuio and
Utensils, Ac, &.:.
Parties wishing lo oxiiminu tho abovo
prembes nud for finiher infoimatlon,
can apply to Mr. tf. SEL1G, nt ihu olllco
of Messts. .M. S. Grinbaiim & Co,
dT'Terms cash, and deeds nt ex.
pousu ol piuclititcr.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 3w Auctioneer.
rpilIC Union Hair DriHsbig Saloon has
JL been reopened by 0. Molteno, as
temporary artist. 08 Uw
mhl l.fc),lrinV,M iTTT MWiTiOOhfCttilllr!l1ffijliir
DAVIS & WILDER,
IMPOJtTKItS AND DJSAIiKKS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Peg to call thu attention of their ninny pationsnnd housekeepers gener.
ally to the vailed assortment of their
Excellent Mew Stock !
Which is constantly replenished by every vccl arriving ftom llio Slntos
and liuiopo, selectid with special enroll! caler to the lecognlzcd critical
tastu of local patronage.
Groceries and Provisions
In cveiy vailcty of detail.
MACONDHAY & CO.'S Illicit Green nnd black Teas;
And delicacies in endless vnrlety.
Groso Si BliiekwoH's Conserves nnd the Cutting & Packing's First Grade;
The Celebintcd Dold & Son's Uullhlo Hams and Ilacon, thu choicest ever
brought to this market;
Cereals In every vnrlety In patent wcavel proof tins;
Hvapnrated and Pitted Fruits and every variety of Nuts;
Oysters, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits
On Icu Kvory Steamer.
STApersonnl Inspection of our FHESH STOCK, wo believe, will result in
a keen edge to nppcllto and a heightened interest In tho HOME! MEAL
JUST OPENED UJ
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Untrimmed Mats, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Lace,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
I?oi Stoiimoi 31iiripo.su, tlio
TEMPLE OF FASHION
will receive . l'ull lino ol llio
Latest American and English Styles of Dry Goods.
A complete and nssortcd invoice of Dry Goods, comprising tho latest lending
styles of Ladies nnd Misses' Wear ; also, everything of now departure In the Dry
Goods lino; also, an excellent Stock of
X-inlie and JMiisse.s' Slioe,
Fine Goods and bed-rock Prices is our motto. Everything guaranteed to ho ns
repiesented. Our Stock Is open to inspection. Everybody is invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
Jliint Ie Closed before the arrival of the Mariposa.
EST We have n smnll Mock of Jlcn's nnd Hoys' Suits on hand which, until the ai
lival, can be bought at less than factory prices. If you doubt, call. " Secini is
8. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Ejtalo Agent,
A ihfei'H Steainship Agent,
Great Huillngtim Kailroad Agent
In bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choico Lot, Fresh and Full.
Thu best in tho Market.
TiT WiT.irl,.ii il.i
J. K. WILiDEK.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom House Broker,
Aianngcr Hawaiian Opeia IIoui-c,
Fire and Life InsoraneoAjront.
TN DIIAWING AND PAINTING;
-- water coins and oils; perspective,
' K. O. HAHNFlEbD,
t0 ln No 1 Kukul Street.
COTTAGE TO RENTt
No. 127 Hcretnnlu Hiwef, nn
present occupied by A. Ehlers.
Possession l1voii Mnv Int.
Knipiiro on tho premises, or of L.WAY.
Kluau Street, in rear, 7tt tf