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bishop & Co., b'ankjjks
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Bfinlt ol OaUSoriiln, W. J?.
Vinl tholr agonls in
new youk, nosrof, worn konq.
Mcsms. N. M. Hotli?cbild fc Sou, London
The Ooiuineroial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydnev,
Tho Hank of Now Koalrmt- Auckland,
Chrlstchuich, and 'Wolllni'ton,
The Bank of Iltliiuli Cohim'iiln, Vic
totla, B. U., and l'nrluud, Or.
Transact a General Nankin Business.
Pluljod to n'ifur .' ft tct
lint t "tollljhsJ It tl boncfi
WEDNESDAY. FEB. 2. 18S7.
THE HEW ROAD SUPcRVISOR.
"Wc try our best to think well of
the government under which we
live, nnil at times almost succeed in
deluding ourselves into tho belief
that the affairs of the nation are
regulated by men of brains and
ability; because it is very much
ngaint our 'rain to be constantly
scolding and finding fault, and
vastly more agreeable to write words
of commendation. It k, indeed.
But every now and then wc arc
suddenly confronted with some lidl
eulously stupid act, that for a time
completely dispels tho delusion, and
makes it extremely haul to be
' patient and bay soft words.
Tho latest occurrence of this kind
is the appointment of the new Ifoad
Supervisor. To us, having known
the now appointee for a series of
years, it is really surprising that the
Alinister of Interior a gentleman
whom wc have always considered in
the front rank of native talent and
shrewdness should have made the
appointment. Is the .Minister's
head losing its accustomed balance?
Mr. Alapai i ceitainly conspicuous
in his community lor certain pecu
liarities, butvnot for anv manifesta
tion of the essentials of an efilciont
I'oad Supervisor. His fi lends and
neighbors have never su-pected him
of posesing qualifications of that
particular nature. Tndeed, one of
them was so satisfied of the gentle
man's total inability to fulfil the
duties of the oflice, that he positively
declined to admit tiiat there was
any truth in the rumor, when it was
put in circulation last Saturday,
giving as his leason, .that the
Minister of Inteiior could not com
mit fetich a mistake. Now, if Mr.
I lart ould persist in his resignation
who, 13 the way, did about as well
as the means at his disposal and his
superiors would permit and it was
deemed impciativc, in pursuance of
the avowed policy of 'Hawaii for
ihc llawalians," to appoint a native
Hawaiian as his successor, it was no
hard' task to And, at short notice, a
dozen natives better qualified for
the oflice than tho one who has re
ceived the appointment.
This is our candid and conscien
tious opinion. But would probably
not have expressed it, preferring
rather to have allowed the man to
bo judged by his works of at least a
few weeks in office, w ere it not for
information just received from a
ci edible source, respecting the now
incumbent's proceedings on the first
day of his term, yesterday. It is
pretty generally known that Liliha
street has been for some time past
in about llio worst condition of any
thoroughfare in this city; that a
definite bum of money was voted by
tho last Legislature to put, it in ic
pair; and that a squad of prisoners
have been leccntly at woik upon it,
throwing up oaith to allow necessary
drainage, and forming a foundation
for a covering of coral. Well, the
new Road Supervisor paid a visit to
the spot yesterday, and gave audi
ble expression to the opinion that
llio street is good enough for its
traffic, that Palama road should have
first attention, and that operations
on Liliha street should cease at
once. It may bo added, that tho
immediate effect on certain of tho
residents in that locality, wau aoud.
den ebullition of uncomplimentary
words, that could not have been the
most dujeet of music to the ears of
Mr. Alapai. A very small percent
age of common sense is all that is
needed to detcctthc stupidity of leav.
ing a piece- of road on which work
has commenced, in an unllnishcd
condition, and that condition so bad
as to render the road almost impass
able, to effect repairs elsewhere,
whoro they arc no more urgently to
For the sako of the Jload .Super
visor, the roads, and the public wo
fervently hopo this flrot day's pro
u ceding may not.bo a fair Hauiplo of
what Is to follow, but that subsequent
operations may discover more apti
tude for tho lesponsiblo position,
and shame our fears. If timo should
prove- that our estimate of the new l
official which readers will readily
perceive i3 not an extremely flatter
ing one io inaccurate, no ono will
bo more pleased than ourselves, and
wc shall be glad to correct tho error.
AN EXCHANGE SUGGESTED.
Since the foregoing m tide was
written, the thought suggests Itself,
that if it bo deemed necessary in
official circles that Mr. Alapai should
hold sonic position under Ciovern
nient, perhaps it would be a sensible
niranceiucnt tn make him Station
Houc Keeper, in place of Mr. Keati,
and appoint the last named gentle
man Road Supei visor. Tho duties
of the Station House Keeper,
although responsible and important,
ate not so difficult as those of the
Road Supervisor. Air. Keau 'is a
man of energy and some practical
common sense, and would be more
in his proper sphere looking after
the roads, than in trying to keep
himself awake during tho dreary
hours of his present vocation. lie
would have some scope for his
activity on the roads, and wc ically
believe he would acquit himself
creditably in that position. lie
certainly would not abandon Liliha
afreet until ho had made it passable;
neither would he be disposed to
neglect entirely the less prominent
thoioughfares. that hilhcito have
received scant attention. "We have
but little hope that any coiisidoialion
will be given to our suggestion, but
nevertheless wo would most respect
fully intimate that the Minister of
Interior might do worse.
MR. MORENO'S OPEN LETTER.
Yesterday's Guxctte refers to "an
open letter" from Mr. C. C.Moreno,
several copies of which reached
Honolulu by the last mail steamer
from San Francisco, and character
ises the document as "so abusive
that it defeats its own object." No
moderate man who has read tho
letter will dissent from this conclu
sion. The epithets arc numcious,
forcible, and .sown broadcast. "We
have nothing to say in defence of
the document. Hut the concluding
remark of the Gazelle, which says
that "the same facts put forwaul
calmly and dispassionately would be
most damaging to our ( iovcrnment ,"
imitcs a few woids. Although the
tone of the letter is certainly damag
ing to its own object, with thought
ful people, yet it is ically and abso
lutely doing this country consider
able damage at Washington. A
private letter from a piominent gen
tleman at the American capital,
which asserts "Mr. Moreno is doing
incalculable mischief here to your
country," confirms tlii-t belief. Mr.
Moreno has indoublcdly, at different
times and on various occasions, wi it
ten and spoken a largo amount of
misrepresentation relative to this
country and its people; and the
press and people of this counliy
have been equally prolific in baseless
absuidities regaiding Mr. Moreno.
Those who put him down as a mere
wild adventurer, possessed of a wide
expanse of cheek, but destitute of
brains, learning, and ability, niis
nieasure the man. Of the facial
development he has a full share, but
of the latter ingredients lie has also
mote than is ordinarily allotted to
man. To say that ho has no in
fluence at Washington, and that his
words pass for nothing there, is a
mistake. It is better to accept the
truth, whether it be agreeable or
olhciwise, than to delude ourselves
with an erroneous faith, in a matter
of this kind. By ignoring danger a
man may lose his life, when a little
intelligent precaution would have
THE TEMPERANCE CAMPAIGN.
LAST KVKNINCl'S .MIXTISO,
Rev. A. IT. Smith, of Noith
China, presided at tho meeting, last
evening, in tho Y. M. C. A. hall.
Tho vocal and instrumental niusio
wcie, as usual, excellent. Messrs.
J. II. Atherton and S. 1). Fuller
took part in tho opening oxoicis.es..
A brilliant speech was delivered by
Mr. Smith on tho "two lions," Ap
polito and Avaiieo, to be confronted
nnd ninz.led by every movement in
favor ot moral lefonn.
Mr. Uooth took up the question,
"who's to blame," and showed, in
(ho clear and impressive manner of
which ho is master, that "society"
is mostly to blamo for the evils of
intemperance. Eleven signatures
woro added to tho pledge roll. Tliis
evening, tho subject will bo, "Pro- I
hlbition, and tho Icctuicr is going
llio eoiiilo i a
uiu loiiiio ami
in will do for this
to give a llltlo ol llio comic and
tragic sides of tho drunkaid's life,
and what Prohibition will do for this
A DREAM DY THE NOMAD."
ovr 'inn I..WA i low 1887.
The following lines are the original '
production of one who desires to j
call himself "Nomad." Ho pro-
misca more of a similar kind, but
llio t-ontilbuliou is declined for the
present, with thanks. Ep. Daily
"The wnild is not what it is,
'But whal to ine It seem,
'Ami all in) Idle fancies,
Ate naught but floating dreams.
"Kittlne; on a jutting crag,
Gazing at this Gieat Flow,
A shock came that icnt the eiuth.
'from legions down below.
"It appiwieb'd my lofty pcieli
'And c.une villi tl'ry glow
'1 guosVd 'iwalri Kick or Ben
Fioni icgluiis down lielow.
'With ttcinblitig limbs and brisking
1 heard the words "Go slow"
'My man, ria not j mi 1 want,
To take with mo below.' "
Kow, moie composed, I did ask,
What ha' eaiis'd otir shool tVer flows?
"Full." quoth he. of Hypoeiltcs"
Is that hovel down below.
"What of me. 1 simply ask'd,
The whiskey jug must go,
Take this liml and ll-'t to ine
Yoa'ie not wanl'd down below.
"Some bother question" I did aU.
This uiouMcr float below.
"U'lij do-elate this sunny hind
With jour mighty Lava Flow
'Your sunny lands and iiioiiniah's
With Hypocrites' o'orllow
And with them and utlici- ton
We're busy (low n below.
"Is there not some mm c wicked place,
Th mi at this Lava Flow?
No mom quollou ask of hh
lo r I'm off down below'
''or the month of Jan., 1S87:
'1 he total number of de.itli3 lepoileil
for the month of .Ian. was 58. dUtrl
hiited as follows:
under 1 year..
From 1 to ." ..
riom 5 to 10..
l'i ma 10 to 21).
riom en to in..
Kiom -10 to no..
From fid to CO. .
Fiom CO to to..
I'aeiuuoiihi .. .
I)!. of Heart.
coMi'Aii.vrivi: monthly moiitality
Annual death late per 1000 for month
IN TUB SCHOOL.
Fi'it Street School.
St. Louis' College
.1. II. Hnowx,
Agent Hoard of Health.
SERMONS TO OBDEK.
John Quincy Adams and John
Hancock, "(lie Signer," inanied
two sisters, the daughters of a noted
Methodist diinc in Connecticut.
John Quincy was a favoiitc with the
old people, and Mary's choice wai
appiovcd by them. So when the
bans were published, the parents
said: "Mary, if .you willf furnish mo
the text I will preach you a wedding
sermon." Site was equal to the
task, and gave the text: "Mary
hath chosen the good pait, which
shall not be taken from her." Need
less to say that ju.itico was done to
tho occasion and the text. Not so
willi Margaret, who in the mean
while was icceiying tho attentions
of her John in a very inexpensive
way, as far as her parents were con
cerned, for it is .said that "ho never
crossed his legs under their festive
boaids.' So, when the bans were
published, she said to her father:
"Father, you preached a wedding
sermon for Mary, cannot you pi each
one for mo V" He at first demurred,
but at last consented, and called for
the text, when Margaret, who was
equal to the occasion, said: "And
John came, neither eating nor di ink
ing, and yet vo say ho hath a
devil." fN. Y (irap'hie.
- ADELINA PATTI.
Madamoisollc Adclina J'atti is at
present performing in San Fran
cisco, her last appearance being
fixed for to-morrow February Urd.
The receipts of her last concert in
the City of Mexico netted about
Slo,()0(). The Mimic and Drama
says: "Tho salo of seats for tho
season at tho Giand, embracing
four concerts, indicates Unit the
Patli furoro will bo just as intense
as it was dining the diva's former
visitti. MareusMoyer deserves con
siderable ci edit for his cllorts to de
feat the schemes of the ticket-speculators
and give the public a square
deal this time. Under Henry K.
Abboy's admiiablo management wo
may expect a far more satisfactory
and systematic order of things than
was the case dining the diva's for
mer seasons at the Grand under
Mapleson. The salo of scats
amounted to over 1G,000 on Uio
' 'ii i .
. -onysnn Ppr81819 " '
dpteriii nation lo wnto a lioein to
Ule Hattcnbem baiiy. All England
Boew lo bo down on tlio poor llltlo
Lord Tennyson persists in his
ale M Esi
uinrr in mi iii;i urn in ill inu ii' 'i i
BUAKD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell I
hi 1'iuiic Aiut on, oa
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At VJ o'clock noon,
at my salesroom", coinir of Fori mid
Q iefn t-t ce's, Honolulu, that virv d.
MrAhlo tract of land situated at K iliu,
Lllllia Sticct, known 03 Leo You.
man's Propel ly, coiuprlslug
Kalo & Kula Land
el siq eih r quail y, hi iM.'.iicrrd.
lLor '. I Con'a nliii 1111 area of
1 1 1 lid fl.too i cr , ui afi up it pro e
of U 7,5011.00.
Uit So. JJ Adlolnlni' Ilia aliovo on
llie uiatika tide, nnd containing mi
an 11 ot 1 acre. Ui set prlcu S7r0 00.
Tfi-lCUIS OAMU. Hecih nt ilu
ixp.-ilH' ol piiirliiHt'i.i. Fnrlliei pillL1.
ulais may 1)3 leariml ly application at
the olllce of tliu ISoird of I'lluciilloti.
where plum and Miivtys of the laul
niny be seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
llonohihi, Feb. 2 l87 lOtJ
ly older or V. ( 1'AiMvK, Atl"iice
of the I'.inkiupt Kstilu of T. J. Mo,s
man, wc will ill nt 1'i.biie Auction,
On Saturday, Fchruary 5 th,
At 10 o'olocl:, a. iii.oii ih" iiemis"s,
corner ( f King and Xiumiiii streets llie
ENTISE STOCK OF GOODS
ConH'tliq? ( f
An A'wmnicnl of Cliimware,
jroi o Cups nnil Snieers, Tah'e.
KiiIms, Sis s of Carct9, Po-ki t
lvniie-i, Wash Hiuins', Wood l'lpo,
lirtiul lloaid', llitus, i-ce.&i;., Ac.
E. P. ADAMS & (J.
19 "H . Auctioneer'.
COTTAGE TO LiET.
AT A VERY RIUSOXAI'r.E
Clint f, that, neat (oitifieon
llie nlaiii!, icccntlv oicaplcd
by Mr IV icock, ( f Freeth A- IVuer.ck,
aiul nftui wards l,y Jlr. Ill bin. 1 lie
c itigu contidui htvenil rooiin-, a idee
iiid, ft lib) and curiagn houte. for
I arli nl'irs' iiooly on the prituii-es 01 lo
.M U COLISUltN, at Onh'i Piiiiul-tSif
rpilK C1IAS. I.OXO IIOMK-TKAI)
i. l'l'vinhiBon Ihnnmstiiut, i pposiiu
Mr. .Ins, Cainidiell'. Pis-eidon in be
irivcn Immediately. Applv in
F. A. SUlIAKFi:!!. -tl lw
AMFETIXO WILMJE IlPXl) UP.
htiiirint the Club House Dinii u
IJoonm, Iiinrola lllock. ICin, Street, on
THUIWDAY KVKX1XU, at S o'clock
foi ihupupiojc of imikiiigaiiniigciiieiils
for a uric of lectures upon piqi'ilnr
siiIijlcis to lie fjlven by Mr. iJinaii 1) ly,
01 this thy. Mr. Day will address tho
nitL'tiiiL'. The public is invited -18 2t
A l.b PERSONS TO WHOM 0. K.
XX Miller Is imh b'ei), please forward
MtUi'inrnls lo hli) adilrij:
C. K. MlbLIR,
48 1 w San Fianei.-co C.d.
"TliJESRS. K. PECK AMD S. PECK
1J Inivo catcied inio acc-piiiiKi'ildp
tin. lei' tliu llrni name of I. Si P. I'ECK,
from .T.iiiuiiy 1, life?, ami will carry on
Dim) nit: an I'Fui'Miiidiiigl'.iiHiiio sin nil
ilsbranelios. U PECK,
ijlin b. PKCIC.
TXT11I-1 MBJIi,KK"?IK C'OIIltT
JL of tlie Hawaiian Islands in Hank,
ruplcv, in llie mutter ol WALLACE
.IACKSOX. a uiinknipl.
Older of adjudication.
Upon lending llie eiltloa heioin, and
upon piool Ii Ii.iu inn liken, 1 d) liml
that llio said NAIL.VOi: JACKSON
h.is become a I iinkiiipl wltlibi the Imio
iiitu'iil and me ining of the Act approved
on tlio auth day of August, lb-1 en.
tilled '"An Act to l'jjiii'u e proceedings
in liiiiikriipuy In tliu Hawaiian IHinib."
Alid I do lurobv dccliio and iidjudno
Ihu Mid WAI,LCL JACKSON Jl-tiik-iiijit
And I do itiuli-r order that lliocicdlt
ors of llie said bankrupt enmc in and
proM1 their dolus befoie mcli .luetic ct
tho Supreme Court as Mull ho Mtlinir In
Clininlicis at Alliol mi Hale, Hnnoh In,
on FRIDAY, the fourdi dur of Fubru
ary, A. 1). Uh, between llie Itiim of
an o'cltek in thu forenoon and noon ( 1
the Mid day and elect one or more
iHslpneo oi iis-liiers if tin: said liunl;
And that notice heieof bo published
lluee limes ill the Daily 1 In aid and
Daily IIui.i.ktin, neutpupeis )iulliblieil
iu Honolulu lu the. Engllch larieiiii'.'e.
Atle-t: .1. II. RnibT,
Second Deputy Cleik.
Honolulu, January L'9, lbS7. 47 !!t
JOTIOK IS IIKIU'IIY OIVKN
llinttlio law ii.iiineiKliipnl Kliiucv
iu 1'itui ion Is Ibis day dlstol veil by niutiinl
uonncnl. A.P PKTKRS'iN,
W. A. KIXNKV,
llonobibi, Jan. ill, USf. -17 lw
IVrOTICinS 1IERIH1Y (UVKX THAT
! J-i tliu Alinniii .ticeung oi too oiotii.
holders of the Hawaiian Cariiago Miinti
f ir lui'lnir Criiipiu y will b held on
TilUUbDAY, F.bruniy lOih, at 10
o'nlook ii.in., til llio ol'ileo ol llio Com-
I 13. 0. SCHUMAN,
(. EST, Seo'y and Trens.
To Flantors and Families.
A NY PERSONS HKQUIRINtl FOR.
V n.KUt'KP.JuiHnwoof Chinese hibor-
, malu (ir Feinale. cm bu Mimrilud bv
Jnii"Lsin ll fSeVaignedS Mr.
Jlonolulu, January 81,1887.
a a I
SAW JOSE, CAL.
The Lager IJror of
1 i Was Awarded
At the ExpoHtltn
3 .. J.
Custom o Hade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort St Merchant Streots, Honolulu. Cnmpoell'B Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOICITED AMD PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
A a v,
Now have on
Fancy Goods and Toys in Great Variety.
Have also replenished their
STOCK OJP I'5J2IIrl? URE
In all lines. Latest Styles Xmas Cards.
Furniture and Rflattresses PJJade and Repaired.
HAVE JUST EECErVED A FULL LINE OF
irailll MO HI hWM
P. "22jii rrsf ray
. P H 1
d Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Home
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Woight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
And Only Practical Confectioner
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specially exactly, but arc made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of' flavor and OKNAMENTKD IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which dclles imitation and fully sustains a t enty-threo years' reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German Pastries
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Itrcad Jtolivort'd F.vory lny to all imrts of tlio City.
At S3. 00 for one, and Sfi.(H) for two Gallons. Made from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from "vVoodlawn Dairy Cream; guaranteed to be
made without .Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be tlio Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ico Cream lu Honolulu,
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
n i. cu. ,
Factory, Storo and Ico Cream
Between Fort & Huuanu.
i l.nli'i '.iitljn i.ir.Ni lilt UtfKKifTikfJkm!ASlT iVtmii riHiirn -IMf MilglfrMM
4 urf TJ
the abovo Rruwery
the First Prizes
of 1ES5 and 11S3
baud a largo
and Gentleman's s'uc
and Ornamentcr in this Kingdom.
t i t -, -..
Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Both Telephones No 74. 2a
Wi'l crmir.cnco on
Monday, Jan'y 31st?
Aiid continue for the balance el the
week ending February Cth.
All our REMNANTS will be rheed
on the counters and marked rt'iwn.
Thiii ale is nicts'iry fci wvii' tf
roc in, no inn Eislein (ood, ouleie I clx
monlliH ngo, will nirlvo ahcn.t lbru
Now Is your cliaaco lo procuro O.iroalns I
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE.
P. S. Just received by Alaineda, tho
Finen line of Hitulii'N Jersey
Wnlts ever shown in thii city. .J3
Australian lfiil Service.
FOK MAX FJtAXCISCO,
The new and line Al Med stcaiiHhip
Of the Ueeanlc Steamship Company, wi I
lie due at Honolulu lroni Sjdnoy
ami Auckbiud o'l or uhoiit
February I lthv 1887,
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
l'or ftelglit or ihissbkc, Iiiiviiik SU.
rEHIOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho ih.w mil line Al steel steamship
Of IheOceiinin St(amhip Company, will
he due al Honolulu from Suu
Francisco on or about
February 19th, 1887
And will hive prompt dhpatih with
iindH nnd passenyi'iH f( r Hiealnive port.
l'or Ireighl or pnsnigj, linvlni; bll.
I'KHIOJC ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Waianae and Waialua.
t$, 1',iu Steamer
fr AVuVI 31 ANALO"
Will Icuvo eveiy Monday and Thursday
for id). ivo inn f, l elurning evci y Weil nch
day mid baUrdav. 0. UOLTE.
10 -V Agent.
For llong Kong Tokohania
rjJ-JU The last sallliiR Ship
dipt. Pnniio, 0ilS logister, will bu d
patched for tho abovo perls on
SATURDAY, FEB. 5th, '87.
'llie vessel hits btipcrior cnbln and
ttecr.ipo acconiinodations. '
l'or fieiglit and iia&ai;u applv lo
128 Beretiinia Street, or 81 King Street.
Telephone SC3. a5tf
For Hong Kong !
TIIK Al 13A11K
HCIM. J?T- M
GSSOr 10 L'cti UI JJfcJ V UI1
G. 11. Holland, : : : Master.
Will sail for tlio abo-.o port on or about
FEBRUARY Stli, 1 887
For freight or passage apply to the
33td PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
Saturday Evening, Dec. 11th.
Th? Proprietor lake pleasure in an
tinuaeing to tlieir fiiumlK and the gene
ml pnljllu, tlnii they have remodeled and
lellilcd (ho piembiM linincdlntely above
Hotel Suet1', whero on and at'ier next
S mutiny Kve ujll he found the. best pf
The Mmkct nfl'oids,
Tho Stock was imrnliiipod under the
FUifrvlsion oi Mr. .las. Hold, whllo
I.'nut, nnd hiiving been bo long In the
IiuhIiicssi, ho knows the wants of the
Ir.ido, and has piiiehii-td tho article that
will please tho mcBt fiiHtlillone.
'riltinlrlnir nnr ftli'mla ruwl tinlnina ffr
piM favors, and desiring u continuance
of Ihu hi mo,
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