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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islnnds
Draw Exchange on tlio
JJunlc ol'CulUbriiiu, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschihl & Bon, London
Tito Commercial Unnk Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrclnl Hank Co., of Sydney,
The flunk of Now .cnlnnd: Auckland,
Christchurcli, and Wellington,
The Unnk of llrltlsh Coliimliln, Vic
lorln, 11. 0., nml l'ortlund, Or.
Tnuisuct a General Hanking Huslncsi.
ill tlio nature of things, be Uio first
pcr&ons lo consult in the matter.
The best, but likely, most imprac
ticable way would be lo get the half
holiday first, and have tlio agitation
Jw giuiji giuwitt.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Eat established for the benefit of nil.
SATURDAY, JIA11C1I '20, 1880.
faitoi'U 'taste's Sale
OPPOSITION TO THE TREATY-
Tho Advertiser of this morning
closes an elaborate aiticle on Mr.
Scarles, doings and sayings at "Wash
ington in opposition to the Treaty,
by the bold and usually reckless
assertion that Mr. Scarles' argu
ments "embody the acrid criticisms
of the Opposition party in this King
dom during the past three or four
years." Now, no one knows better
than the writer in the Advertiser
that if the United States Congress
has become an ally of the Opposi
tion in this Kingdom, the cause of
such an international phenomenon
must be in the palpable rottenness
of the Hawaiian administration. Is
it not a remarkable fact that at
least nine-tenths of the American
citizens, together with intelligent
foreigners of other nationalities arc
decidedly in opposition to the Gov
ernment? If Hawaii had n govern
ment with a clean record, the oppo
nents of the Treaty at Washington
would be deprived of the principal
weapons of attack witli which they
have been only too effectively be
laboring the friends of this country.
So far as treaty discussions have
been reported, the main force of the
attacks upon it lias been derived
from facts in the administration of
this Kingdom's affairs which cannot
bear to be exposed to liglitj among
the members of a constitutional
legislature. If the fact, which is
now a part of Hawaiian history,
that, at the dictation of a com
mercial firm in San Francisco,
tlio Ministers of the Hawaiian
Cabinet were ordered at midnight,
to hand in their portfolios, is made
use of at Washington to the pre
judice of our interests, whose fault
is it? Docs tho fault lie in the
"criticisms of the Opposition," or
in the transaction itself, supported
or denied, as the occasion might re
quire, by the apologists of tho ad
ministration? As regards tho criti
cisms of the Opposition, let our
contemporary honestly inform the
public when it was that the Adver
tiser began to take part in the cam
paign against flooding the country
with Chinese; and see how the
record will compare witli the asser
tion that material for opposition to
the Treaty has been furnished by
the opposition to the Government,
coupled witli the fact that the em
ployment of Chinese labor on the
plantations is made use of as a po
tent argument against tlio continu
ance of the Treaty, the members of
Congress apparently viewing it as
detrimental to the commercial inter
ests of Louisiana and the South as
well as to tho Chinese exclusion
movement of the .Pacific Coast, to
foster a trade based largely upon
Chinese labor. Again, perhaps the
Advertiser will be kind enough to
recollect whether it was the Opposi
tion or somebody else that laiscd the
false and silly cry that the trade of
this port was designedly assuming
the character of an unwise and pre
judicial "discrimination" against
American shipping. The attempt
to make the opposition the scape
goat of tho government policy will
be as futile as it is ingenious.
HOW IT PAYS.
Florida is a Slate in which editors
may grow fat. The knights of the
quill in this country are not going to
Florida, however. The editor of a
paper in that State, after announc
ing in bad rhyme that he gets
chickens hot, cold, young, old,
tender, tough and enough, in pay
ment of his paper, thus apostro
phises his fellow craftsmen:
Ye editors of the North, West
and East, we also get fresh mullet
and oysters in their season, guavas
in plenty, in pie, stew, jelly, jam in
milk, and, and but we had better
stop, or there will be a rush ot
Northern editors to Charlotte Har
bor and devour all our guavas and
eat all the mullet in the bay, and
what will we do next year if our
subscribers do not pay, the guavas
fail, and the mullet all gone? Sub
scribers, how is your conscience in
the face of the above- possibilities?
There will be no rush from Hawaii.
Newspaper men lieic prefer Kala
kaua dollars to country produce,
;Wy'effl!8iton!'.'iji'jy'''li 'in yjv"J.'''V;y'.'''.,''"fc''''-" '.' nwiy"&opmiat'm&ti
and they get them, too.
This morning's J'ress is in error
in asserting that William Gra- "at
tempted to leave for San Francisco
on the brigantinc Courtney Ford
yesterday morning, but was stopped
by an officer." lie was not stopped
by an officer, but was refused pas
sage by the captain on the ground
of having no room.
llaptlsm at the Mnilne Hallway, at :t
i'. M. Service conducted by Elder
1:!)0 v. M.
i at 10 a.
M. Vespers, at
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Hlblo
Class In the pallor at ".1:15 a. m., con
ilueteil liy the General Secretary. Gos
pel praise service at (1:110 1. M.
Foiit Stukkt Cnritcii. Hev. .1. A.
Criian, pa-tor. Sunday school at 11:15
a.m. Pleaching by the pa-tor at 11
A. M., and 7:110" v. M. At the evening
service, Pastor Criiau's theme will be.
"A Wonderful JJnth." In the event of
51 r. Noble's arrival, he will conduct tlio
Hrriim. Vxiox Cnuituii. Hev. E.
C. Oggel. pastor. Preaching 11 A. M.
and 7:110 i .m. Sunday school at!l:l."
A. M.: le-on, Messiah's Mcsoni:or,"
Mai. :i:l-0; 4:1-0. Subject-, morning
service, "A Woman's Mistake;" evening,
"Their Minds on a luvstory " Should
Mr. Noble nnivo In time, the congrega
tion will unite in a union service at Foit
St. ANintr.w's G'ATiir.nitAi.. The
llr-t congregation will have services,
conducted by the Hlshop of Honolulu,
to-inonow. as follow: Holy Communion
at 0:!i0, and morning piayer, with
sermon, at 0:30 a.m.; Sunday school
at 11 a.m.; evening prayer with cate
chetical lectuio by the Hlshop, at 0 i'. m.
No appiopriatloii of seats. Second
oongicgatlon. Services by Pcv. Geo.
Wallace, A. M., pastor elect. Services,
11:10 A. M. and 7:110 1 m. Sunday
school meets at 10 A. m. In tho Puiinhoii
Preparatory School building. All seats
are free at all services.
A Dwelling IIouso at 51
Emma Street. Houso contains
4 bedrooms, purler. sitting
nml dining rooms, pantry, kitchen nuil
bathroom, servant's room, stabling and
carriage house. The whole newly
painted and in good repair. Apply at
MllS. LACK'S STOKE,
2S1J Fori Street, orjjll Emma Street.
Haw'n Opera HottSB.
OF Till: KKNOWNEI)
Fred W. Millis,
OF - -
NOTICE Is hereby given that, by
order of Alexander J. Carlwilchl,
br., (lie Executor and Trustee of tlio f.-st
will mid testament of Einnia Knlolennii
hill, deceased, and under license of the
Supremo Couit, w e are authorized to sell
ni PnliHn Auction, at our salesroom, on
Queen St., In the City of Honolulu,
the !23d day of March, 1SS0,
At 12 o'clock noon, nil the right, title
and Interest of the s'lid Emma Kale c
onnlaul, of, In and lo the following tie
1 The Ahupiiim of WA1A1IA 1, situate
in Komi, Island of llnwali, and con.
tabling an area of '1TM, acres, and be.
Ing more particularly described in
-!..., I l,,lnl limn.
2 The land known as KOLOAKIU,'
situate in Waiplo, District of llama-
lain, Island of Hawaii, containing an
area of ill! (0-100 acres, nml being
Apana 3 of Hoyal Patent 1GU7, Laud
Commission Award 85115 K.
The land situate nt IvULAHUlIU,
T..iimlim. Muni, eniitainini' an ntca ot
4 -108.1210 acres, and described In
Hoyal Patent Grant 482.
4 The Aliupuaa ot ULA1KO, situate in
tho District of Koolau, Island of
Maul, and being the same as appears
by Hoyal Patent 2237, Land Conns.
sfon Award H.IIS H. Area unknown.
-.That certain piece of land situate at
VITIWA. Honolulu. Oaliu. and con-
talugan aiea of Tm-IOO of an acre,
and being more partlcnlaily described
in Hoyal Patent Grant 2100.
(1 That certain land situate at KAHU
LUl, Kona, Hawaii, containing an
aiea of 1 '.MO acres, and inoic parti
cularly described In Hoyal Patent
(1277 A, Laud Commission Aw.ud
7400 JJ. , ,, , ,.
7Thoo two eel tain pieces of land situ,
alo at l'UAKO, Lalialna, Maul, and
containing an area together of Ue
acres, and belli;: Apanas I and of
Hnval Patent 0777, Land Coininls-lon
8 That eeilaln land situate atPUEHl -Eiir,
Lahalna, Maul, and containing
an aiea of 2a percnes aim iieiug uu
sciibed In Hoyal Patent 1707, Land
Commission Awaid 0675.
J The Ahupuaa of KA1IULUI, situate
ill Kona, lslJllll oi Jlliwau. ami uuma
Apana 2 of Hojnl Patent 10011, Land
Commission Award 8510 H, Area un
10 The Ahupuaa of KALAMA, situate
In Komi. Island of Hawaii, and being
Apana 2 of Hoyal Patent 10GU, Land
Commission Award S510 11, Aiea mi
ll ThoAhnpuaa of PAHOEHOE situ
ate in Kona, island of llnwali, and
being the same as described in Land
Commission Awaiil 831!) H, Area un
12 The Ahupuaa of WAIAKA 1, situate
at Walinea. lh-ttict of South Kohniii,
Island of Hawaii, and being Apana 1
of Hoyal Patent 1001), Land Commis
sion Award 8510 H, Area unknown.
HI That eci tain piece of land situate
in PAKALA, Lahalna, Maul, and con
taining an area of 1 acio 22 perches
and being descilbed hi Hoyal Patent
lS70,Land Commission Award 83111 H.
14 That cettain plcco of la'id situate in
PAKALA. Lahalna, Maul, containing
an area of :i8-100 of an acre, and de
scilbed In Hoyal Patent 11110, Land
Coiniui lou Award 10127.
Lahalna. Maui, containing an aiea of
7J aeies, and ile-ciibed in Hoyal
Patent 1112, Laud Commission Award
10 That certain land situate In MA
KILA, Lahalna, Maui, containing an
men of 1 Hood PJ.Hods, and descilbed
In Hoyal Patent ::.:!", Land Commis
sion Auiml 10127.
17 The Ahupuaa of MAUXALKl situ
ate on tho Island of Lanal, and con
taining an urea of 111 12 '.18-100 acre-,
and being the same as descilbed in
Hoval Patent 0775, Land Commission
Award 851!) H.
18 That eeitain piece of laud with the
buildings thereon, situate on Hotel
Stieet, In the City of Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, and known as KUOIIA, con
tabling an area of 811 fathoms and 10
feet, and described hi Hoyal I'atent
140. Land Commission Award US 11.
10 That certain piece of land with the
buildings thereon situate on tjuecn
Street, In said Honolulu, containing
an area of 01D-1000 of an ncre, and
being Apana 1 of Hoyal Patent 0778,
Land Commission Award 8515 and
20 That certain piece of land with thu
buildings thereon, sltuato on said
Queen Street containing an aiea of
!l-10 of anacre, and being described in
Hoyal I'atent 11500, Land Commission
Award 0128 H.
For further particulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Or to A. .L CAHTWKIGHT, SH.,
Executor and Trustee.
50 15 tucs-tliurs-sat
I law'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E.O. Hall & Son,
lnter-lsland S. N. Co.,
Wildci's Steamship Co.,
P. Hrewer & Co.,
Wailnku Sugar Co.,
L. A. THUKSTON, Slock Hrokei.
3S Merchant Street. 101 ly
$ 00 100
(; in loo
at :i:i in
: no ioo
f.l 17 ioo
"" 11.0 100
(it Air, noo
II. DAVIS. "taatsr
DAVIS & WILDER
1MPOHTEKS AND DIIALEHS IN
J. K. WILDEH.
Varble Real Estate.
Hv order of tho AilnilnisUator of tho
Mukee Eitiile, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, that certain parcel of
land on the corner of Hcrclanla and
Union Streets, witli the handsome
thereon, built by tho Into Capl. Mnkee
for his own use. Tho house is largo and
roomy, faithfully built, anil Willi parti
cular rcfcicnce lo tho wants of ourtio
pica! tilmnlc. The place can be viewed
at uny lime upon application to
1HWIN & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Hcgto call the attention of their patrons nml housekeepers getter,
ally to Hie varied us'ortment of their
Excellent New Stock !
Which is oonsliinlly icplfiiMicil by every vessel arilvlng from the Stntea
and Emopu, selecUit w lib special care lo cater to tlio recognized critical
taste of local pan image.
Groceries and Provisions
In every viulety of detail.
M ACONDHAY & CO.'S line! (liccn nml Hlnck Teas:
American ai Eilisl Til Loiories
And delicacies in endless variety.
Grosso A; Ulaokwell's Conserves nnd the Cutting Packing's First Grades;
The Celebrated Dold & Son's lliillalo Hums ami Hacon, tho choicest ever
brought to this market ;
Cereals in eveiy variety In patent weavel proof tins;
Kvaporated and Pitted Fruits and every variety of Nuts;
Oysters, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits
On Ice Kvcry Steamer.
CS" A personal inspection of our FHKSII STOCK, wo believe, will result in
n keen edge to appetite and a heightened interest In the HOMK MEAL
immediately after tho talo of tho
house and lot we will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining the residence oi W. G Irwin,
Km., and numbered ns per Kai olnni
Park plan respectively 110, 117, US, I 111,
E. P. AD A HIS & CO.,
JUST OPENED UP,
A PINK I-.12VB-1 OP
by order of the Adiu.nistrators of thu
Mukcu Esiate, we will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 O'CIOCK, A.M,
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,
at the residence, comer Hcrclnnln
Union Streets, the
OHV.S. .T. FISHEL.
in parlns follows, vi.:
Drnh Silk icp Pailoi Set, B pieces;
Hnewnoil Center Table,
'2 HroncH and .Slamls, -1 Oil Paintings,
2 Walnut and Gilt Mirrors, Music Hack,
Mai hie Husts, Carpeting, Oak Extension
Oak Sideboard and Mirror,
12 Oak Dining Chairs, Glas and Tinted
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 Sextant, Glass
1 Olilni'NH I'orrelnlii
Breakfast and Dinner Set,
3 HW Ikdroom Sets, eomplele,
Wauliolies, .Mattresses, Pillows,
Mo-quito Nets, Cliellbniers, Covered
Lounges, Camphor Tiunk,
Velvet Hugs, Carpet Chairs, Clothes
Ho.v, Parian Figuics, Toilet Sets,
Chamber Sets, 1 Hc-uwond bedroom
Set, complete, Hocking Chairs,
lint Hack, Hevolving Chair, Whatnots,
Flower Pot ami Stands, Koa Meat Safe,
Hcfrigcr.itor, Stove and Kitchen Furni
ture, Halh Tub, etc., etc.
1 Top Buggy,
Also, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
A movement is gaining ground in
some parts of the States for tho
closing of business houses nt noon on
Saturdays. Such a movement here,
if there were any prospect, of its
resulting in tho adoption of tlio Sat
urday half-holiday system, would bo
supported heartily by tlio Bumxtin,
and would bo endorsed, probably,
ly about two-thirds of tlio people.
Tlio only drawback to a vigorous
agitation of tho plan, is in tlio fact
that those wbo do not wniit it would,
Great and Triumphant Success of tho
lelgnlng Fnvoiite, FHHD W. MIL-
LIS, greeted nightly with
HhoutM ot Mt-i'i'lmsnt,
TliunUci'H of Applause,
Ami Ai'hlnjj Hiili'H.
To-Night, To-Night, To-Night,
reat Itncini; Home
Onlv ono laugh, but it lasts two hours.
A MAN to attend horses and work In
garden, German preferred. Apply
tit this OJUcc. 7U lit
. .. .
HAVING been appointed solo Agent
New Zealand Butter,
tho firfit shipment having just arihod
per s.s. Mararoa, I have tho sumo to
oiler In ipiantiticH lo mill at unusually
low ratis, In packages of 1, 3 and 7 lb",
hermetically scaled Tins. This aiticle
Superior to any Butter
hitliei to produced or offered for sale in
LEVEY, Solo Agent.
40 Queen Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
JN Fauna Valley, between Nuuaiiu
nnd Punchbowl Streets. 0 looms,
Kitchen and Hath, Carriago House and
Stable, Kvcrv convenience. Hcnt $18
per month. Apply at 110 King Sticet,
or on tho promises, 00 3w
W order of Mr. Sclig, administrator of
of the Estate of L Ahumi, deceased, of
Waialua, Oahu, I will sell at public
auction, at my tnlcsioom, No. 40 Queen
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 12 o'clock, a.m., a certain
Lease of Premises
situated in Waialua, and formally oe.
copied by the deceased ns n stoic, ware
houses, dwellings, &c , &0. Tho Lease
will expiio on the 1st .1 miliary, 18s'.l, and
tlio rent of same Is $10 per month.
Also, tho whole of tho
Stock of Merchandise
contained in store:
1 Hall's Firo-Proof Safe,
Stoio Futures, S brakes, 1 Horse, 1 Set
Harness, Household Furniture and
Kll'ects, Kitchen Furniture and
Utensils, &c, &.c.
Parties wishing to examine tho ubovo
prcmUcs and lor further Infoimnlion,
can apply to Mr. S. KKL1G, at tho olllce
of Messrs. M. S. Grinbauiu & Co,
E2T Terms cash, nnd deeds at ex.
pense of puiclniter.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 '2v Auctioneer.
TIIU Union Hair Dressing Saloon has
been reopened by 0. Moltcno, as
temporary urtlat. - 08 Sw
STILL AHEAD !
Per Stcniuer JHuripoHii, tlie
TEMPLE OF FASHION
tvlll receive ji 1'ull line oi tlio
Latest Ancan and English Stylos of Dry Goods.
Aeompleto and assorted invoice of Dry Goods, comprising tlio latest leading
styles of L idles and Misses' Wear; also, eveiytliiug of new departure hi tho Dry
Goods line; also, an excellent Stock of
Ijlies and Misses' Slioe,
Fine Goods and bed-rock Pi ices is our motto. Everything guaranteed to bo aa
represented. Our Stock is open 10 inspection. Everybody is Invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
MiiMt lie Closed before the arrival of the Mariposa.
t2 Wo have a small Mock of Men's and Hoys' Suits on linnd which, until the nr
i Ival, can lie bought at less than factory prices. If you doubt, call. "Seeing is
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
P.O. BOX 315.
General Business Agent.
Honolulu, II. I.
Heal Estate Agent, Custom IIouso Broker,
Employment Agent, Money Hroker,
Wildei's Steamship Agent, Manager Hawaiian Opoia JInut-e,
Great Huilingloii Hallioad Agent Firo ami Llfo Insurance Agent,
in America. (ii)2 ly;
In bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choice Lot, Fresh and Full.
The Hct In the Market.
TN 'dHAWIXG AND PAINTING;
X water cob rs and oils: porBnective.
It. O. HAHNFIELD.
No, 1 Kukui Street.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Hcretania Street, at
present occupied by A. Ehlcrs.
Possession given May 1st.
Empiiro on tlio premises, or of L. WAY,
Kinau Street, in rear. 7a If
,Jt A...rfW,f .JM.WI.liu, ..a ,.
M.tJ , 11H
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