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All Wft rates duo on term ending
Juue SO, 1887, must bo paid nt the oUIcq
of the Honolulu Water Work9 before
16th day of January, 1837. All rates re.
malnlng unpaid January in, 1867, will
be subject to an additional 10 per cent.
Parlies paying rates will preeul their
last receipt. CHAS. B. WILSON,
Snp't. Honolulu Wnter Wotks.
Approved : L. AHOLO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Dec. 4, 1880. 00
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
DrAw Exchange on the
IBumlc ol Oul K'oruln, H. IT.
And th'ir intents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HUNG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bnuk of New Zealand: Auckland,
niii-iuti'iiiirnii mill c miL?ion.
, mid clllngton,
The Hank of Brltl.-dt Columt
torla, B. C, ami rnrtlnmi, ur.
Transact a General Hanking Business
Ju gUjj guUdin.
Pledged to neither fcect for Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. DEC. 1J. 188G.
A BRIEF HOMILY ON UNION.
How much better would the con
dition of this country be if there
wub more unity of purpose and ef
fort in the direction of improve
ment. Union is strength ; dissen
sion is weakness. Union is not a
distinguishing feature of the Ha
waiian community, dissension is.
Exact agreement among the people
of amy community is too much to ex
pect, and to look for it in a mixed
population like ours is quite out of
the question. The world has not
reached that stage yet, and there is
no prospect of its doing so in the
near future. If all men were thought
ful and reasonable it would not be
hard to secure closer agreement
than now exists. Our community is
peculiar in being made up of many
nationalities, races, and peoples of
different languages. It is natural
enough, under the circumstances,
that there should be divisions into
parties and sections. But this
should not constitute ground for
discussion and antagonism. The
whole people the native of the soil
and the foreigner who has made the
country his home have a common
interest. Good laws elliciently ad
ministered, and the public revenue
wisely and economically expended,
are for the good of all. There
should be no wide divergence of
opinion among intelligent men as to
what constitutes, in the main, good
laws, elHcient administration, and
wise expenditure. Here then is
ground for general agreement. A
disposition on the part of the com
munity to union on this broad basis
is not very apparent. Proneness to
give persons the precedence of
principles, and to favor or oppose
men rather than measures is more
conspicuous. This is not creditable
to our intelligence, and until there
is a change in this particular we
shall liope in vain for any marked
improvement in the general manage
ment of the country.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLAHDS-A
The Hawaiian Islands arc, during
the eourse of the year, visited by
numbers of pet sons from California
and the surrounding iStates, with a
view to "take in" the archipelago
that they call the Sandwich Islands.
Visits of this nature are for pleas
ure, but we also have visitors from
the Eastern, Middle, and Western
States, who conic to thin Paradise
of the Pacific" in search of health.
Old and young alike know full well
the balmy and soothing nature of
the Island ntniospherc, second to
none in the world. The ozone in the
suburbs of Honolulu is inhaled with
a freshnt-SH that tevives the weak
and sickly, while the strong and
healthy derive nn invigorating and
strengthening tonic therefrom. In
fact, Honolulu is a sanitarium for the
Western Hemisphere, as Madeira is
for the Old World, or Eastern Hemi
sphere. For pulmonary affections,
the climate cannot be surpassed,
but while it possesses all the advan
tages above stated, and while its
praises cannot be loo loudly sung,
there exist reasons why a certain
class of people should not come
here. The confirmed and pronounced
consumptive, of whom there is little
hope of iccovcry, cannot expect to
bo cured by a flying visit to tho
Islands. Those afflicted with throat
or lung diseases, may have their
troubles alleviated, or their lives
prolonged, and may in many cases,
bo restored to perfect health, but
those who are in nn advanced stage
of consumption, would probably
be better off by remaining at
thetr respectUe homes, wheio they
would receive the kindly attentions
of a dear mother or a loving sister,
than risking the sea voyage and
landing on the wharf with but n few
dollars in their pockets, unknown,
uncared for, and probably without
any letter of introduction to good
society, the young man naturally
feels lonesome, deserted, and de
jected. At times a Christian friend
will take such a one by the hnnd,
and listen to his pitiful talc, and
being impressed with the earnestness
of the visitor's story, this Christian
friend will tnke the stranger by the
hand and lead him to the Y. M. C. A.
Secretary TTuller is always ready to
hear the sad tale repeated. He
promises aid to him who is unlit to
work, and through his representa
tions to tho Ladies' Stranger's Aid
Society and other Benevolent Asso
ciations the invalid is well cared for.
His first and best home in this city
is found in the Queen's Hospital.
He there drags on a wearying exist
ence, sometimes failing and some
times convalescing. His last dollar
is gone and he lives on pure charity,
the virtue which ranks first and
highest among the many of Christian
virtues. The winter season sets in,
and he (the invalid) dreads return
ing to his home. It is too late.
The cold weather of Montana, Vir
ginia City, Chicago, New York, Bos
ton and the higher latitudes would
kill him. And thus be becomes a
burden to himself, a tax on the"
charity of strangers, and ultimately
dies far away from those near and
dear to him by the tics of relation
ship, who are best able to comfort
and soothe him in his declining and
dying hours. All such invalids, in
afar-gone, hopeless condition, would
do better to stay at home and bear
the ills they there have, than come
here to those they know nothing of.
The lumber thrown overboard
from the barkentine Amelia, was
saved, for the most part, in good
condition. It was sold at auction
last Saturday, just us it lay in piles
along the shore, on the Wainaku
side of the Bay. Mr. J. A. Scott
bid it in for the Hilo Sugar Com
pany, at $355. Bidders wsro plen
tiful, and bidding was lively.
Ihe friends of Mr. b. L. CJoan
will be sorry to learn that his pros
tracted sickness is not likely to end
in recovery. His strength is fail
ing, and his friends here are in de
spair of his life.
The barkentine Amelia was a
pretty sight as she sailed out of
port last Tuesday morning. The
wind was fair, and she departed
under full sail. The brigantine
Hazard is still "in port, awaiting
cargo. The Salinas is daily expect
ed. She has never been here, but
Hilo people will be glad to welcome
her, especially as she is commanded
by Captain Watson.
Hilo, Dec. 9, 188G.
After the quiet of the past few
months, the bustle around the Li
hue Mill makes a pleasant change.
A constant rumble of bullock carts
and snapping of whips, along the
highways, show that grinding is
well under way, and one cart is fol
lowed by another, heavily laden
with cane. Cane is hanging up to
dry on nearly every native house
and the women are busy weaving
Grinding has also commenced at
The roads arc again in excellent
Kauai, Dec. 10, 188G.
Six Japanese, who assaulted the
Luna at Paauilo, contributed each
$25.00 to tho Hawaiian Treasury.
They retaliated by having the Luna
arrested, but afterwards withdrew
Several of the principal natives
have gone from here to Kohaln, to
meet the new Governess, who Is-ex-pectcd
to visit this district in a few
The steamer Ivy Holmes arrived
here fiom Hilo, on last Monday,
wiili a full cargo of general mer
chandise for Holme's store, and had
a rough time getting it landed, as
she could not communicate with the
shore for two days. This morning
the Captain sent his male ashore
for something to cat. He stated
that they had been out of provisions
for two days, and that as Captain
Cooke was only paid $8.00 for tho
round trip, he could not afford to
carry much provisions.
I understand that Mr. Jas. Lid
gate, who has leased the Kawela
land froin Hon. S. Harker, is now
trying to form a Joint Stock Com
pany, with a capital of $200,000,
to plant cfluo and put up a mill.
ggammm a waawwry. " iWmiiwmww
There is no finer land on the Islands
for cane tlmn Kawcla, but it is
rather limited in extent.
, Honokaa, Dec. 9, 1886.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this evening
commencing at 7 :30. Following is
O vcrtiu e Ilungat Inn Bela
Polka Cnvnlter Fahrbaeh
Flunle Carmen Bizet
Itcmlnlscences of Bellini ..Godfrey
Waltz Jubilee Ooote
Mazurka At Home Faust
Polka Mountninsprlng lleuss
Medley llecolleetlons of the War..
C. W. MACHAH1.ANE.
Dissolution ol' Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given Hint the
interest of H. M. Dow in tho business
of West, Dow t Co., Fort stiect,
Honolulu, has been purchased by G.
West. The business will bo conduct
ed under the firm uamo of West Dow
& Co., which Mr. Dow will continue
to manage, but without any further
responsibility for tho firms debts or
All debts due the Into firm of West
Dow & Co., should bo paid to tho
undersigned, who will pay all debts
due bv it.
WEST DOW & Co., per G. West.
Honolulu, December 13th, 188G. 07
Bv oidir of Mmms. II. IIACKFELD
& CO , we will well at Public Auction at
our salesroom, Queen Street, on
On Saturday, December 18th
At 11 o'clock, a. m.
On a Crtdit to the Trade, an assortment
of Liquors consisting of
(In Cases and Basket?.)
A large Assortment of
BRANDIES & WHISKIES
(Quarts and Pints.)
(Quarts and Pints.)
Champagnes, Rhine Wines,
Claret, Port Wine, Sherry,
Kimmel, Etc., Etc.
TERMS AT SALE.
P. ADAMS & Co.
By order of Messrs. T. II. DAV1ES &,
CO., we will sell at Public Auction at
their Salesroom, corner Kuahumamt and
On Friday, December 17th,
At 10 o'clock a.m. a latge and varied
Fancy Goods I
Selected especially for the Holidays,
compiisiug in pait
PLATE GLASS TOILET MIRRORS
Embroidered Table Covers,
Decorated Dinner Sets
Toilet Sets; a largo assortment
TOYS & DOLLS
Large Rocking Horses,
Wool and Linillum Mats.
Lm Terns & Cricket Sets
Work Boxes, Writing Desks,
Decorated Fuu, Ladles'.Sachels,
a Selection of
A variety f Silk Hankerchiefs and
Scarfs; a large selection of
Large Center Bugs,
Bureau Bugs, Sofa Bugs,
Just opened, of new and elegant designs,
never befoi o offered for sale.
The Bale will be continued FRIDAY
EVENING at 7 o'clock.
Tno above offers a splendid onportun.
ity to piocure appropriate CliristmaB
Goods. The articles tor salo will bo on
exhibition THURSDAY. Dec. 10th.
W Deserved Beats for the Ladies.
E. P. ADAMS
On account of departure.
that entire Now House nnd
Fine Lot, on Lunalilo Street,
used by Mr O.Duval. There are, down
htairs, a largo parlor, dining room, 1 bed
room, kitcheu, pantry and bathroom:
upstairs, 3 large bed rooms, all supplied
v 1th closets. For further information,
apply on the premise;, 04 2w
A WOMAN to do light housework
X. and plain sewing. Uerman pre.
Apply at the I'aclllc Hardwaro
Creait Sale ofLniuors
Christmas Sales !
By E. P. ADAMS & CO.
Ohnngo of Programme
Store of Theo.
17tli, at 10 a. in., at the
II. Davics & Co.
FRIDAY. Deo 17th, at 7 p. m., at the
Store of Theo. H. Davie & Co.
SATURDAY EVENING, Dec. lRtb, at
7 p. in., at our Salesroom.
TUESDAY EVENING, Doe. Hist, at 7
p in., at our Salesroom.
THURSDAY EVENING, Dec 23rd, at
7 p. in., at our Salesroom.
1ST Roservod Soals for tho Ladiot at all ol
E. P. ADAMS
THE above rewnrd will be given to
any person who will raptuto and
dt-livtr to the neatest jail, a ( hinuse
prisoner by tho name of ACIU alias
CHUN HOOK, who escaped from the
gang at woik on Nmianu Vallev Road
between the hours tf 2 aiid '.1 o'clock of
Tuesday, December 7th. 1880.
Bom at Canton, China; bluck hair
nit shott; brown ev s; height 5 feet Of
inches; not married; age auout 38 yr.;
lust from Honolulu. Has loimd scar
under right c.ir; three round marks on
left elbow ; two round mink iiudir left
o.rjr.mnd mark on right sldcofuoBc;
round ninik and Eoar on life bide ot
nose; l.cuvy maik over left eyebrow;
scar uiider "lowir lip; several moles on
back of neck and breast; long cut under
07 3t Dcpiity Marshal.
OF THE VOLCANO OF KILAUEA, by J.
Tmcrnier, Is now on exhibition in
Campbell's Mock, Queen Street.
Hours 1 to 4 and 7 to !t p. in. Ad.
mitsinn: Adti't-, tO (enls; Chlbtrcn, 25
cents. 07 Iw
The undersigned hereuith publicly
warns 11 Halt, of the Elite Ice Cream
Parlor, to desist fiom further slanderous
talk and anuooauees against myself or
my business ; or the making use of my
name in any shape or form, as I have no
thing in common with Slid Hart; other
wise li-hall takepioceedingsagaintthim
according to law, in order to protect my
iciiutation and the good will of my busi
ncs. F. HO UN.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
and Omnminter, Hotel Mrtet.
Honolulu, Dec, 13th, 188(1.
HouOMjlu, Dec. 12th, 1880.
To the Editor of the Herald:
Dkah Stu: Thebdiiii iful cak-, with
other delicacies, that .Mi Horn -n gcu
ernuslv domited to the 1'iloiy fail last
Satutday we-k, was told fir the sum of
$12, being subscribed fot by twelve citi.
zens at. u collar each, who each took
away their share with them. It wa not
cut tt by Ilait of the Elite Ice Cream
Parlor and distiibuted to the 1U forma
tory School bo) g, as is said to have been
stated by the i-aid Hurt.
A prominent Judge's liwly uucrtook
the disposal of the ( ake, and two gentle
men (who were subscribe!) cut' it up
and handed it, under the lady'j direc
tion, to the remaining contributors.
Eveiy one was well satUtUtl with Mr.
Horn's skill and handiwoik, and the
cake wa all that could be wished for,
and well worth the money subscribed
or it. I am yours, etc.,
SUBBCBIBEll TO THE CAKE
Kafalama., Dec. 12tlj, 1880.
Deak Mn. Houn : In reply to your
query with regard to the handst me cake
donated by you to the Priory lair yes
terday week, I have to state that I was
one of the gentlemen (Mr. F. L. Clirke
being the oilier), who assisted in cutting
up and distributing the same to the
twelve subscribers of whom I was one.
The cake was certainly net given to
my Reformatory School Band boys and
whoever says so is guilty of an untruth.
U.K. II. Piinccss Ittkeiike very kindly
undertook to see that tho boys were am.
ply provided with refrethmenU, and
they had all they wished for.
The cako was not only it very hand
some one as a work of art, but was ex
ceedingly tasty and delicious.
You are at liberty to make use of this
in any way you may think fit.
I am, dear sir, yours, etc.,
GliOUQE E. QllESLEY JACKSON,
07 lw Principal Reformatory School.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
2,500 Packages of
Just rectired ex bark Ceylon at
JOHN F. COLBURN'S
00 KIiir- Street. lw
A REWARD OF $10, AND NO
questiouB asked, will be paid for
the return of certain personal papers,
lost on Friday niuht, Krtl inst., from tho
shoeing thop of Mr. C.B. Wilson, being
of no valuo to any oiio but tho owner.
The papers to be left at tho Bulletin
I HEREBY give notice that from
and after this date, I will not
be responsible for any debta con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 188C, 28 8m
Saturday Evening, Doc. 11th.
The Proprietors take pleasure in an
nouuclng to their frldnds and tho gene
ral public, that they have remodeled and
letttted the premlte) immediately above
Hotel Street, where on nnd after next
Saturday Ere will be found the best of
The Market affords.
Tho Stock was purchased under the
supervision ot Mr. Jas. Dodd, while
East, nnd having been so long In the
business, lie knows tho want1 of the
trade, and has purchased the article that
will pleao the most fastidious.
Thanklnc cur friend and patrons for
past fuvotv, and desiring a continuance
of the same,
Wo are, respectfully yours,
04 lw Propiictors.
Temple of Fashion!
Positive Closing Out Sale
of our Entire Stock of
House Furnishing Goods,
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
and many more articles too numer
ous to mention.
Sales take place at our Store
at 10 a. m., and
at7r. m. 02 21
received a lrge assort
Cigarette Holders, etc, suitable
Also a laige stock of all the most
Popular and Choicest Brands of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Myall, Briar and other Fancy Pipes
Of the Newebt De-igtia, and Smokers'
Requisites of every kind.
100 Fort Street.
THE undersigned was appointed as
Assignee in the ttaukruptcy of
Quong Teen York IW, of Honolulu, on
the 21st September, A. D. lHtO, and all
persona who have not tiled their claims
with the undesigned and do not do so
on or before the 20th day of December
instant, their claims will not be allowed
as the undersigned will file his arci.unU
on the the 21st instant font final hear
ing, before the Hon. A F. Jtidd, Chief
Justice. W. O. PARKE,
th-s-tu-lh a Absigiiee.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMER IF 8UF
ficlent inducement is offered) will
leave Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about March next and will ta'ie freight
and passengers at very low rates.
Laboiers und others wishing to pre.
engage passage for their families or
friends may make arinngemeuts with
tho uneU'Mlgneil, For irelgut or p
apply to PAUL
To Planters and Employers
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO
iutimato that ho has made arrange
ments to bring from Japan experienced
ladles' maids, housemaids, children's
nurses, house and stable boys, gaiden.
era, and generul servant", agricultural
and general laborers, sailor?, etc.
The knowledge acquired by the tin.
dcrslgned of the Japanese dining his
stay ot lu years in Japtn e-nauics mm to
select cultable persons, which will give
satisfaction to their employers.
Persons wibhing to avail themselves
of thlB opportunity to secure good per
vunts anet laborers will pleaso communl
cato with tho uudcrtigncd, who will call
nt ofltces and private houses, if desired,
to give information nnd receive order.
The undei signed has had much ex
perience with the laboring classes of
Japan, and with his knowledge of the
language, may bo able to give valuable
advice to planters and others. He is
willing to vhit plantations and mills on
the Islands. PAUL BOHM,
No. 128 Bcretania Sticet, or No. 81
King Street. Mutual Telephone b03.
TO LET OK LEASE.
HOUBE AND COTTAGE, CON
talnlne four largo rooms und four
small rooms; also, stull, carriage house,
with nearly one acre of pasture and gar
den, artesian water, etc. Terms very
jnoderato Apply to Geo, II, Iiodeut
son, Punahou, for key, eto. 05 lm
Has It s:
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Has just received ex Zcnlnndia, a beautiful Stock of
Fans, 10 Button Kid Gloves!
Ruchings, Ladies' White Kid Slippers
Also Misses White Slippers.
PATENT LEATHER PUMPS !
A Fine stock of Rents' Nectar in
Satin, Sis and Casliere.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY, ETC.
GO AND SEE HIS NEW STOCK!
No. CO Nuuanu Street.
CHAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
King: Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets,
Has received per "Claus Spreekels, ' "Ditcovery," nnd "Alameda," a choice as
soitment of now goods counting in part of
Freh Auples, Cape Cod Cranberries, Mince Meat in Tubs and Tins, Plum Pud
dine, 1, 2 and 81b tins; Maplo byrttp, fctar Drips, Eureka Drips, Boned Turkey and
Chicken, Lunch 'I ongue. Ham, Bacon, Salmon in' Kits and Tins, Pig Pork, Cai.
Cheese' Lard, Codfish, Table Rai-lns, Curiants, Dates, Nuis, Duret'a Olive Oil,
Sugar Com, Peas, Shrimps-Soured Mackerel, Oysters, Assorted Exit acts, Choco
late, Primer, Baking Powder, Tea, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Potatoes, Onions, Saloon,
Bnad, Crackers add Cakis, Sweet and Sour Pickle, Choice French Peas, Brooms,
Ctutile Soap Toilet Soup, KerosiAu Oil, Bran and Oats and a general assortment ot
Leave your Orders, or Ring up 119. 74tf
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Porkct from tho Fcbtern States and Europe
Fresh Calitornia Tioduco by cery Steamer. All ciders faithlully attended to.
and Gnexlt delivered to any pnrt ol the city free of charge. Island oiders foil
cited. Satisfaction guarantied, rrmt Office l'on 14fi. Telephone No. 02. 108 ly
Importers and Healers In
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Etc., Etc.
A nico ait ortment of Crosse & Blackwell's and J. T. Morton's English Groceries
alwais on hand. Als), a full line of tho leading American brands of
Frefh Goods of the Sia-ion
THE COTTAGE now occupied by
Mr. E. W. Tucker, containing six
rooms, bath room, pantry, veranda loom,
etc. There are aUo stables, cariiigo
house, seivant's room, all in goiyl order.
Apply to E. R. IIENDKY, at Pacific
Hardware Co.'s Btore, Fort St. UOtf
COTTAGE TO' LEfi
I7URNISIIED OR UNFURNISHED.
. ACotlngu on Lunalilo and l'ilkol
Streets, furnished complete for House
keeping, Use of borao and carriage;
large garden. Apply to
OHAS. J. FISHEL,
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts
!OOD PASTUKAUE FOR HORSES.
Apply to FRED JOHNSON.
A NEW SLOOP, 21 feet
long, 7 feot 0 inched beam,
8 fvict depth or hold, and 8
tons burden, wilh sails com.
plete. The vessel is in perfect order
and will be sold cheap. Apply to
68 Ira E.K.RYAN.
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nichol's lore, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery, Pic
lures, Portraits and Views. Fiist-class
woik. Satisfaetion guaranteed.
id ly . J. A. GONSALVEB.
P. O. Box 297.
received by every steamer of tho Oceanic
it. M. 1IHNBON.
O. W. SMITH.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
113 & 110 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Depot for Boerloke & b'chreck's
lUck'ccker's Perfumes and Toilet
THE widl known Old Corner
l'l'l'lliiM'H. Apply at tho BEA
VER SALOuN. t7 tf
STOCK FOR SALE.
TEN LARGE SIZE HAWAIIAN
Mule?, biokeu to saddle; bred at
Ktmloa Hunch, Price. $100 each. Alto
several two year-old Horse Colt, fired
by 'Triumph," son cf " CasBlns M Clay,
Jr." Apply to O.H.JUDD,
08 lm or Alex, J, Cartwright,
., " -uwj . jsmtite
a f&& - - -"- safe' &Vfffe
ibibaW &. , 1 ,te&$S& 3tie& '
. 2 U-