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BISHOP & Com BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
ISuulc ol Culll'ornlu, H. E
And their agents in
NEW YORK, DOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commcrclnl Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commcrclnl Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, mid Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torin, B. 0., nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bat established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, Al'IUL it, 188G.
GERMANS AS COLONISTS.
A friend has given 119 the reading
of an article written by Colonel
Uozsas, in a California paper, com
mending Germans above all other
nationalities, as desirable immigrants
to develop the resources of that
State. Particular mention is made,
in this regard, of people from the
grape-growing districts of the Rhine,
Moselle, Alsace-Lorraine and Swit
zerland, giving several reasons for
preferring them. This is a matter
requiring serious attention in pro
moting colonization in this country.
The class of settlers to be obtained
should bo a primary consideration,
and to obtain people with means of
their own, it is essential, on our
side, that what this country has to
offer immigrants should be made as
agreeable as possible to them. To
this end Government aid as well as
private capital should be forth
coming, for having homesteads
meted out and furnished with such
artificial requirements as would
make them capable of being culti
vated from the moment of their
An article in an American paper is
headed, "Will natural gas last?"
We are not sulllcicntly acquainted
with the business standing of our
local' contemporaries to answer the
question as regards this latitude.
A resident of Makiki complains
strongly of the water supplied him
from the reservoir. It is a greenish,
sliraey liquid, streaked with "limn".
Such as it is, moreover, there is
very little of it, a tap yielding a
bucketful in little less than an hour.
This gentleman thinks that with the
fresh zeal of the department in col
lecting tho water rates, there should
be combined an honest determina
tion to.givc the tax payers the value
of their money.
A TRIP TO THE VOLCANO.
THE IICTUKN TIIII'.
Karl v Tuesday morning the guides
are ready, but there is only myself
to be conducted to the sen, my two
companions intending to extend their
travels. The weather being clear,
all the noble mountain scenery ob
scured in the rain of the other day
arc revealed. Will those vast slopes
of Mauna Loa, with their now un
peopled solitude, ever be dotted with
pleasant homes? With cancfields
now beautifying their spurs, surely
those grand stretches will not always
lie waste. Something must be cap
able of growing almost anywhere be
low the snow region. The guides
point out a row of steam jets on an
elevated ridge, twelve miles from
tho "Volcano, on the left of the trail
toward Tuna. This reminds me that
JMr. Chas. Arnold, Road Supervisor,
of Ililo, reported at the Volcano
House, the previous day, that on
Tuesday, lGtli inst., a large column
of smoke was seen ascending from
the crater of Mokuawcoweo, on the
summit of Mauna Loa. Tho six
mules in our train, together with a
cow and calf driven by one of tho
guides, reach the Halfway House in
good time. Mr. Jos. O. Carter has
been met a little from that point,
going to the Volcano. After more
than Auly good treatment at the
hands of Mr. and Mrs. Leo, I am
rattled on, tho solitary passenger in
the mule four-in-hand coach, to Ta
liala. Having paid a brief visit to
Mr. T. C. Wills's fluely-stockcd
store, and exchanged greetings with
himself nnd his brother, I havo now
to be givon a ride on a roller coaster
in earnest a train of two cars run
by gravitation to Punaluu, with ono
of the mountain guides and a Por
tuguese laborer at the brakes. It is
just as good fun as if charged extra.
Two nights and a day's enjoyment
of tho restful air of Punaluu, with
the princely entertainment of its
hotel, and then, nt six o'clock
Tluirsday morning, the W. G. Hall
is ready In tho offing, homeward
bound. It Is plcasnnt to see Dr.
Henri McGrcw come abonrd next
boat after myself, for I had heard
that ho was too ill to return homo
this trip. For most of the passage
the sea was even smoother than on
the way up, and a more pleasant
round trip it would bo impossible to
have made. At Ilookcna, Hawaii,
the Rev. .A. O. Forbes came on
board, having been there to attend
the recent Sunday School gathering.
Fortunate is the travelling party in
these Islands numbering him in it,
for what he docs not know of the
country, its people and history,
need not be related. He showed mo
the Olowalu plantation, the old
road from Lahaina to "Wailuku, and
other interesting points, besides tell
ing mo more than I had noted of the
coast of Hawaii. Dr. McGrcw saw
a whale before breakfast on Friday,
and now, as the vessel is coming
close to Diamond Head, it is time
to wind up.
TUB HALL ltOUTK.
Besides a fine sea-going boat, with
first-class appointments and fare,
this route onty keeps the passenger
out a single night and a day. There
is then a very comfortable hotel to
rest at till morning, when the re
mainder of the journey is performed,
in easy stages, all in broad daylight.
At the Volcano two nights and a day
arc available for seeing the wonder
ful work of nature there, which is
ample time for anybody who is not
going to solve the dark problems of
volcanic phenomena. Another day
light land journey to Punaluu, fol
lowed by a whole day and night of
rest, witli the opportunity of visiting
Pahala plantation, which lias the
largest mill on the Islands, and then
make the return trip as you came on
the leeward and smoother side of
Hawaii and Maui. Hut the Volcano?
Well, so far, it presents a study in
even its present state well worth
making on the spot. D. L.
STOKE TO JtENT.
THE Store at present occupied by
Lewis & Co., G incurs, Hotel street,
will bo for rent, May 1st. Vor parti,
culars, apply to
03 2v JNO. A. PALMEK, 77 Fort St.
A SMALL BOY, about tho size of a
Man, Shoes in Hand, Empty Bag
on his Back, containing two Railroad
Tunnels and u iiunuie ot iiurjg iioics.
When lnt seen he was shoveling Wind
oil' the Court House, with tho intention
of raising money enough to visit
Harry Byng's Barber Shop,
cokni:k kino and alakka sts.,
to tret ono of those far.fanicd and world-
renowned Shaves. Ho has black wills,
kcrs and moustaeho. Will be prose,
cuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Given under my Hnml nnd Heel this
Forty.fourth Day of Scplober, anti
Peanuts, Eighteen Hundied and
Fast Asleep. 03
Collimator, C'nriieuter A. Hulltlor,
Houses nnd Furniture Repaired,
the Best of Workmanship.
JLntoor, & per Xu.y.
Woik Shop, : : 27 Mnunakea St.
By order of the Consignees, wo will
sell, nt public auction, on a Credit to
On Wednesday, April 7th,
at 10 a.m., at our Salesroom,
a llnely assorted
Invoice of Bill Ms,
just received per bark Stirlingshire.
They aro well selected, and in every
way completely sultnblo to tho wauts ot
our Island Trade. Tho assottracntcom.
Cs, Fine English Prints
Cases AVhito Cottons, do Brown Cottons,
Crates of Crockery, Bales Coal Bags,
Sugar Bags, asst'd Pocket and
1 00 Suits of Clothing, assorted ;
Children's, Boys' und Men's;
Cases Woolen und Cotton Shirts,
25 Gross Brooks' " Cotton Thread,
Qalvanized Buckets nnd Oval Tubs,
- Wash Basins,
100 Bxs. Blue Mottled Soap,
25 Bbls. Cement,
100 drums Boiled Oil,
4 Casks Tins White Lead,
2 " " Bed Lead,
C Tons of Liverpool Salt;
Also, in Groceries,
20 cs Sardines, 25 cs Condensed Milk,
Cs Sauces, Pickles, Castor Oil,
Ollvo Oil, Epsom Baits. Tabic Salt,
Pepper, Mustard, Condiments, etc.
1ST Terms will bo very favorable to
purchasers who glvo "gilt edge" notes.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
DR. C. L. WOOD,
(lato of California),
121 King Street; Ulllco nours, o 10 iu a,
v., wd 3 to 4 v.m.
Fred W Jfillis
The Worlit'IlPiiowncil Vcntrllo
quint unit llunini'lHt,
Return of the Favorlto after n most sue.
ccssful tour on Maul and Hawaii.
By special request, nnd prior to his
departure for the United Slates, Mr.
Fred. W. Millls will open nt the Ha.
wallan Opera House,
Satarflay Etbii'e, April 3fl,
ST Entire Chango of Progrnmmc.-IBfl
Bo plan opens at tho ofllce of J. E.
Wiseman FKIDAY morning, April
tO and, at 0 o'clock r.M. 3t
At thn residence- of Mr. L. Mytlnger, ai
On THURSDAY, April 8th,
At 10 O'clock, A.M.,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
(marble top) ; Single Beds,
Spring 3Intlrnn,4, Mosquito Nets,
1 Louimc, I). W. Extension Dining
Table and 15. W. Chairs,
Oak Dining Tablo nnd Oak Chairs,
Carpets and Matting, Washstands.Tnbles
Child's High Chair
Brackets, Lamps, etc.
12. P. ADAMS & Co.,
STHAYED or STOLEN.
A YOUNG PEACOCK (male), tall
veiy shoit, and very little feathers
on neck. The tinder will bo rewarded
on returning ihu nunc tn
77 tf A. FintNANUEK, King Street.
O. Brewer & Co. Dividend.
QUARTERLY dividend of Two
Dollars per snare iwu uo paynuio
Thursday, April 1st. at tho Co. s olllee.
00 4t J. O. CAHTER, Tieasuier.
rpHE STORE lately occupied by .1. T.
JL Watcrhouso as a llardware Store
on King Street. Apply to
J. T. WA1ERHOUSE,
00 lw Queen Street.
COTTAGE TO KENT,
No. 127 Beretnnia Street, nt
prcsont occupied by A. Ehlcrs.
Possession Given May 1st.
Enquire on the premises, or of L. WAY,
Klnau Street, in rear. 78 tf
COItNEll QUKUN It KICIIaIIDS STJIEETS.
OLD Rags, empty Bottles, Sacks, old
Brass and Copper, etc . purchased,
for cash. (88 8l) . C. KOHL & CO.
-A NEW INVOICE OF
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons each.
For sale in Bond or Duty paid by
M. S. GK.INliA.XJ3X & Co.,
92 Queen Street. Honolulu. 2m-
1 Good Horse, 7 years
old, suitable tor family
or wagon. Price, $150.
E. G. SCIIUMAN,
Carrlago Manufactory, King Street, near
Fort. 01 lw
THE regular Quarterly Meeting of
the Stockholders of C. Brewer &
Co. will bu held nt tho Company's ofllce
on FRIDAY, April 9, 1880.
02 td J. O. CARTER, Scc'y.
TO I5E LET,
The Residences of Kr. Theo.
II. Davies, at Cralgside, Nun.
linn Valley, and Grass Cot
tage, Walklkl. At Cralgside there aro
two distinct houses, which may bo let
separately or together. Furniture way
bo taken at n valuation. Possession
given about June 1st.
02 lw THEO. II. DAVIES.
MDrtsagBB's Notice of Sale.
Uv order of ll.Hnckfeld & Co., the
mortgagees named In a certain inden
ture of niortgago made by J. Ten Biau
of Honolulu, Ipland of Oiilm, Hawaiian
Islnnds, to II. Hackfcld & Co., f Houo.
lulu, aforesaid, and recorded in Liber
US, pages 202 and 20U In the Register
Ofllce, Honolulu, we are directed to sell
at public auction,
On SATURDAY, April 10th,
At 1 O'clock, noon,
at the Salesroom of E. P. Adams & Co.,
Queen Street, the Property covered, by
tho said mortcage, viz: That certain
Indenture of I.eusu of about 1 aero o(
Land planted with bananas nn.d sugar
With the Buildings thereon,
and recently occupied ns a storo by the
mortgagor, situate on tho makal side of
King Street, Pnwaa, Honolulu, nenrly
opposite tho Government Nursery.
Said Lento was given to J. Ten Shin
by 11. R. II. Liliuokalanl mid J no. O.
Domluis on Jnnunry .1, 1885, for 10
years, at an annual rent or $100 tor 0
years, and 125 for tho last 5 j-cars; rent
paid to July 1, 1S8R. SjrTeiins cash,
und papers at expense of purchaser.
For turther particulars inquire of
E. 1 ADAMS & Co.,
or to Jl. IUckfixi) & Co.,
Mortgagees, 00 Ot
Genlne French Glart
b 00 100
Haw'n Cnrrmgo Manf 'g Co.,
K. 0. Hall & Son,
Intcr.lsland S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wilder1 Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer fc Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
L. A. THUHSTON, Stock Brokei.
38 Merchant Street. 151 ly
Bv order of J.
V. Hackfcld, Esq., As.
slunco of tho Estate of Achlu, I w
at public auction, at my Salesroom,
On "Wednesday, April 7th,
at l!i o'clock, noon, that certain
Indenture of Lease
dated October 1, 1891, of J. Paaluhi to'
Mon Tong for piece of Land In Mnnoa
Valley, described as follows:
11 Kela apana Aina Kula I holke la
lloko o ka Palapala Sila Helu 2315,
Kiileaua Helu 10'28S), e waiho la ma
AVitli litiilcliugr thereon,
recently used as a retail store. Lcnc
expires October 1. 1800, annual rent $12.
Terms each, deeds at expense of pur
chaser. For further particulars enquire of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
or to J. F. Hacki'KI.d, Esq.
We have received Instructions to oiler
nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, April Jitli,
at 12 o'clock, noon, at our Salesroom,
the following named
Nlinri'H. Tar Value.
10 Walmca Sugar Mill Co $100
20 Mutual Telephone Co 10
5 Walannc Sugar Co 100
30 Intcr.lsland Steam Navlg'nCo.. 100
50 Union Feed Co 50
21 People's Ice Co 100
8 Hawaiian carriage juonrg uo... iuu
20 Wailuku Sugar Co 100
Eif" Shares will ho transferred
must be paid for, on day of sale.
Parties desiring to add their Stocks to
the above list can do so upon applica
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
87 7t Auctioneers.
At Funahou, adjoining Col. Spreckels'.
We have received instructions to offer
nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, April 5th
at 12 o'clock, noon, nt our Salesroom,
Valuable Lot or Parcel of Land
at Punahou, adjoining tho Premises of
Colonel Sprfckels, and fronting on
Bingham, Dole and Alexander Streets,
Us dimensions being 200 by 400 feet,
nnd containing mi area ot nenrly two
acres. Tho pluco con easily be sub
4 lots of 100 by 1R0 each, and 1 lot of
W0 by 200, but it will bo offered ns
a whole. It is a handsome poi.
lion for icsidcnces, in n good neigh,
borhood, nnd will doubtless pay to
purchase for subdivision.
Eg" Terms favorable,
E. P, ADAMS & Co.,
87 7t Auctioneers.
Val'ble Real Estate
On "Wednesday, April 7th,
' AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
Hy Older of II. A. Widcmann, Esq.,
President Dculcuer Vcreln, I will sell nt
Public 'Auction, ut my Salesroom, -10
Queen Street, the Premises und Lot
well known as tho
With Club Buildirur & Bowling Alley,
1 Union Gas Muchlnc, with Chumleliers,
etc., which can bo inspected at
tho Club House.
Also, 1 lino liilllard Table, Balls,
Cues, etc., etc.
Tho grounds are well laid out, and tho
premises enn bo entered by Emma and
Punchbowl Streets. Tho above offers a
good chance for Investment,
r Terms made known nt tlmo of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
80 td Auctioneer.
Dissolution of Co-jmvtnor-sliip.
rpiIE Co.pnrtnorsllip heretoforo exist
JL tng between W. T. Rhoads and D.
McKcnzic, Carpenters nnd Hulldcrs, un
der tho linn name of lthonds & McICen
zlo, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. AV.T. 1HIOADS,
Honolulu, March 80, 1880.
Thn business of Ihu nbovo firm will
hereafter bo conducted solely by inc.
Al debts duo tho snld llrm must bo paid
tp mo; and all its liabilities will bo paid
by ine, nt tho old stand, 88 Queen Street.
Honolulu, II, I.
DAVIS & WILDER,
, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Xo. H'i J'ort HtrocC, I'opulnr Htnml, tioottH, Priced.
Complete Line of Fresh Groceries and Provisions :
Crosse & Blackwcll's Preserves and Condiments,
.T.T.Morton's " " "
Cutting Packing Co.'s " " "
Macondray fc Co.'s Eugllsh Breakfast Oolong Jnpan nnd Comet M Teas,
Cala Cracker Co.'s Plain anil Fancy Crackers, every variety;
Sun .lo-io Packing Co.'s Premium Fruits in glass Jars;
Major Giey's genuine Bombay Chutney, qtinrts;
Kennedy & Co.'s Boston Cream Biscuits, , 7 '
Peak, Frcan & Co.'s assorted Fancy Biscuits,
Holmes & Courts' Sea Foam Wnfcrs,
Cereals for Breakfast, In patent weavel proof 1011). tins; .,
Canned, Curried. Potted nnd Deviled Ments, Fowl and Fish,
Evaporated, Peeled and Pitted Fruits,
Iliilsins and every variety of Nuts,
Boneless Anchovies, Mackerel and Sardines in Oil,
Chocolate, sweet and unsweetened, Cocou and Cocoallna,
Pure Maple Syrup; lloston Brown Bread,
Our Ice House Goods,
By every simmer, Is n special feature, comprising Fresh Holl Butter, Oysters shell
nnd tin ; Fish, Fruits nnd every delicacy ns It comes Into the San Francisco market.
Orders by Telephone received and Deliveries Made in an Hour
after Steamer Docks.
U2T Quality of all Goods guaranteed. Prompt deliveries to nil parts of the Cltv
and Walklkl dally. P. O. Box No. 435; Both Telephones No. 180. -a
JUST OPENED UJ
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,
STILL AHEAD !
Per Steamer Murlposa, tlo
TEMPLE OF FASHION
-will receive n. 1'itll liiio ol tlio
Latest American and English Styles of Dry Goods.
A complete and assorted invoice of Dry Goods, comprising tho latest leading
styles of Ladles and Misses' Wear; also, everything of new departure In the Dry
Goods lino; also, an excellent Stock of
Ladies and. Misses' Slioes,
Fine Uoods and bed-rock Prices is our
represented. Our Stock is open
The (rents' Furnishing Department
MiiHt be Closed before the arrival of tho MaripoMn.
EST Wo have a smnll stock of Men's and Hoys' Suits on hand which, until I'lenr.'
rival, can bo bought at less than factory prices. If you doubt, call. " Seeing is
-,V1 S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Cleseliroiiili Mfflfacmriii Company's
Vaseline Camphor lev,
Vnaellne Cold Crenm,
Vaaellno Hair Oil,
VaHolliio Hewlne ainehlno OH.
Hollister & Co.,
P.O. BOX 315.
Heal Estate Agent,
Wllder'H Steamship Agent,
Great llurliugtou Ituilroad Agent
motto. Everything cunranteed to bo tta
Svcrybody is invited.
109 Fort Street.
- j Honolulu, II. I.
Custqln Houso Broker,
JUMMgcr Hawaiian Opeia House,
Tire und Life Insuranco Acont.