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But established foi if benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC!. 14, 1888.
A HALF HOLIDAY SUGGESTED.
A correspondent, whose angle of
observation is that of the Honolulu
merchant, spenks approvingly In
this issue of the recent change in
the steamer Kinau's time-table.
Our Hilo notes, which appeared yes
terday, arc against the chango. ' Or
rather, the notes say,, that dissatis
faction is expressed by the pcoplo
of Hilo: i It. is' nntuial enough that
any change which lessens the num
ber of times per mouth of steam
communication with the capital
should be viewed with disfavor by
the people of that port. But we
think with our correspondent, that
the change is decidedly in the line
of'advance, and is for the benefit of
the greater number. Our commu
nication with the' windward islands
has been decidedly too "bunchy,"
the steamers mostly all leaving to
gether. The new arrangement tends
in the direction of spreading com
munication over the week, instead
of jamming it all into one cud there
of, and te therefore beneficial to
the general public, both of the capi
tal city null of the other islands. It
also helps (o lighten the work of the
Honolulu merchants and their em
ployees, by extending it over the
week. By the old arrangement it
was a hurried uish for one or two
days, and comparative idleness dur
ing the balance of the week.
Our correspondent suggests that
the next "leform" should be the in
auguration of a weekly half holiday.
We are on hand to back up the sug
gestion. AVc never could sec and
cannot see now any good reason why
all our business establishments
should not close at noon Saturdays,
retailers opening perhaps an hour
or two in the evenings. We were
hopeful when the question was agi
tated two oithrce years ago that the
half' holiday was surely near at
hand, but our hopes were doomed
to disappointment. We would fain
hope, thatj the business people may
be now induced to adopt our corres
pondent's suggestion. There is not
such a largo amount of business
done that the merchants and shop
keepersn cannot spare aihalf day in
the six, and if .all would close no one
could lake the customers of the oth
crs. Many large and busy cities
that could be named find no diffi
culty in shutting up a half day every
week, and there-would be no diffi
culty in Honolulu if those concerned
Editok EDLLnTiN: The thanks
of the business community are due
to Uapt. J. A. King, superintendent
of Wilder's S. S. Co., for following
the good example of the Inter
Island Go. by altering the dates of
arrival and departure of the Kinau,
soastp allow 'proper time for the
transaction of business aud the exe
cutiHn 'disorders from Hhe. other is
lands, a When the steamers nearly
aH'arrived on'Saturday and depart
ed on Monday, too much business
was concentrated o;i those two days
to get proper attention, but under
the riew'regulations'thie is remedied,
and it is now in the line of true re
form to inaugurate the "half holi
day?'; .movement, by all business
men agreeing" to close their places
of business on Saturdays at noon.
"01d'HHrjjcan follow up his ex
cellent seru.pn,ou lfaul's ipsq yixit
"Thai the, workman is worthy of his
hire," by another that a half-day a
wcck.forjjaseball, yachting, picnics,
ctcP(is weU earned at the close of a
bard'weekVwofk by merchant,1 me
chauicarjd cleik. t , , , ,
OthbrAjolintrios have their weekly
half-holiday, and whprp if, is gener
ally agreed to clcjsp on the most cpju
venient"dayat a certain hour, busi
lisslhtcfests do not Buffer. .
jXet OJno of our merchants w)io
"altosuch interest in tho welfare and
unanly sports' of our young men take
?up'this movement, and I am Hiiro
tbatvMcssrs. T. II. Davies & Co.
will be right in tlio lead.
, . Yours etc.,
. H. J. Lii.uk
W1Wi . "II !-
tEnia'o'rP BuVi.etin-.--No sensible
man:carAleby that the reform party
has'donc a great deal for Hawaii, by
sstopping' tlicjsfjuandering of the
SDuhtryVniDney in navies, armies,
onjlyviistoe, , jtc,; 'but, .unhappily
since Adam tlyj fpofo are in mnjor
ity, aritlbey couiplnjn loud about
haying beenijlipated. In fact, what
'AocV-tho'gTeater number of native,
tPprtugijeso Norwegian and German
laborers care, or know, about pros
JiorouB finanqeq, good' Jaws, ,oto,?
Free okolehao, high wages and
homesteads, suit than i great deal
f ho great lutslftko lnftde by tho
la9t Legislature was, to have not
looked the Chinese question in the
faco, taking half measuics, satisfy
ing neither laborer nor Chinese.
Tho first ono hoped to see tho Ce
lestial go, tho second is vexed by
restriction and book-keeping. The
cousequonco is that at next election,
tho Pake will, and is already, ac
cording to rumor in the field, to
bribe, and we know how successful
he generally is in that kind of
business, every -native to vote
against any reform or white candi
date. Beside, the disgusted white
workmen will, unless a criminal
pressure is used by their employers,
vote as a man against the so-called
nussionaiies. What will follow is
easy to foresee : a house under the
control of the Chinese, the tearing
to shreds of the constitution, the
construction of a new one, giving
every Celestial the right of vote,
and flnallyjtho pouring in, (most all
other countries being shut up to
them), of thousands of Mongolians.
Then it will be time for the white
man, rich as well as poor, to make
up his valise, and leave the Para
dise, whoso entrance will bo guard
ed by a pake.
In face of this prospect, let all
the factions of the reform party
forget their petty quarrels, and join
hands with the Government in try
ing to satisfy the whito and native
laborer, by giving him homesteads,
and improving his condition by
every possible means. Civis.
Kohala, Hawaii, Nov. 28.
RESOLUTIONS oT CONDOLENCE.
To the Jlftsscs Dickson:
Whereas it lias pleased the Al
mighty in His inscrutable wisdom to
remove from this world your belov
ed mother, Mrs. L. F. J. Dickson,
And Whereas the laic Mrs. L. F. J.
Dickson was an active member of
the llooulu and Iloola Lahui So
ciety, and labored earnestly and in
defatigably for the promotion of the
i 15c it resolved that the members
of the Hooulu and IIoolu Lahui So
ciety, in a meeting assembled, do
sincerely express their heartfelt
sympathies to you her children in
this your bereavement, of the loss
of the tender and loving care of a
beloved mother, also to the other
members of her family in this their
sad allliction. His our earnest wish
and heartfelt prayer that the Al
mighty will give you strength to
bear it and a&suago your sorrow
when it is keenest.
Secretary II. & II. L. Soc'ty.
Honolulu, Dec. 12, 1888.
PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
Honolulu, II. I. )
Dec. 1-J, 1888. j
Publishers of the "Paradise of the
Gentlemen: Allow me the plea
sure of addressing a complimentary
.note to you. A copy of your most
-excellent monthly has fallen into
my hands, and 1 have read it with
the deepest interest and most genu
ine pleasure. As a source of accu
rate information respecting these
' tropical islands, it is a complete
success; while its general excel
lence of matter and style place it far
abend of the average publication for
a similar intent. I shall beg of you
to relax no efforts to maintain this
high.standard you have so wisely
set for j-ourselves, as the possibili
ties for good of such an organ are
incalculable. I shall take great
pleasuro in speaking to my employ
ers of the advisability of becuring a
generous parcel of your "Paradise
of the Pacific" to use in their ex
cursion business. I am visiting the
islands to arrange for a Raymond &
Whitcomb excursion party whicli
will arnve in Honolulu February 1C.
My own impressions arc already of
the most favorable sort, and 1 feel
sure this will be tho experience of
the entire tourists whom we hopo to
bring among j'ou. Allow me again
to most heartily and sincerely com
mend the spirit with whicli you are
conducting this important periodical
and to wish you the most eminent
success and the hearty co-operation
of every good citizen and business
man on the islands.
Most respectfully yours,
Hkmiy C. Lyon.
Eleven per&ons were killed and 175
injuicd by tho explosion of a boiler
at Klnosma, Crntr.il Kussin, Nov.
It is reported that very impoitant
fortifications are being erected in
fcjavoy outside the neutralized zone
of the Franco-Italian frontier.
The British Government an
nounced in the Commons Nov. 30,
that Sir Henry Nolan had been ap
pointed Governor of Queensland.
A dispatch from Ueignulo says
that serious election riots occurred
Nov. 2(5, in Servia, Several lives
were lost and many public buildings
Hertenstein, President of Switz
erland, who underwent amputation
of the right leg, because of a dis
ease of the arteries, failed to rally
from the shock, and died Nov. 27.
The 3crlin Yossicho Zeitung and
PobI announce tho Keller Zeitung will
bo prosecuted at tiie instance of the
Emperor forpuhlishing EmpcrorFre
derick's diary of 18CG.
After conferences witli Cardinal
llawpelli and the ItuBsian Envoy,
tho Pope proposed to establish di
plomatic relations witli Russia tho
same as with Germany, a Russian
minister being sent to the Vatican
but no Nuncio to St. Petersburg.
Ancllou Sales by Lewis J. Lovcy.
Lowis J. Levey - Auctioneer
I'av December, 1883.
Saturday, Deo. 16th, at 7 p. m;
Evening Sale of a new lot ofJopn.
neso Goods just anived ex S. B.
rnUaago Aiaru" from Jnpas, at
At 13 noont at iny
S llCSlOOIIli', 100
Liioico corn eu
Monday, Dec. 17th, at 12 noou;
At my S ilesrooms, 100 Case? Qulii.
n (! Stout.
Tuesday, Deo. 18th, at 7 p. in;
Evening Sale of Fancy Goods), Glass
and China Ware'Jowclry, Vases,
Toy, etc., at my Salesrooms.
Saturday, Deo. 22, at 7 p. in;
Closing Sale of the season when
will he ollercd a splendid assort
ment of Christians Presents.
BQyTho Auctioneer begs to Inform
his patrons that every convenience will
be made for the comfort of ladles at.
tendiug his Xmas Sales, the Salesrooms
behiR the largest and best ventilated in
LEWIS J. fLEVEY,
Choice Fat Turkeys !
On Saturday, Dec. 15,
AT lit O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Sftleirooms, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, 1 will sell at
100 Choice Corn Fed Turkeys.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
122 It Auctioneer.
IN PINTS & QUAUTS.
For Saie At Auction
On Monday, Dec. 17,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
I will tell at my Salesrooms,
Bottled by M. B. Foster in Son,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
IIS lit Auctioneer.
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 15,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, a Splendid As.
sortment of New
Just ai rived ' nd foimin;; tho Best Col.
lection evci seen in Honolulu,
limbic) hi Stands, Fain, Tiuys,
Piclnic.i, Cabinets, Brackets,
Large unci Small BUGS I
And other Goods too numcious
tSTSpccial attention will lemnde for
the comfort of Ladies attending my
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
122 21 Auctioneer.
On Tuesday, Dec. (8th,
AT 7 O'CJ.OOK I. 3f.
At my Salerooms, when will bo offered
without tho slightest lpeet re a
large assortment of
Toys, Dolls, Albums
I'lubh Cis-us, fitted;
China Vases & OriuunenlB,
FANS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
AIpo, a now supply of
Large i Small Rugs.
LEWIS J, LEVEY,
122 St Auctioneer.
Christmas & Hew Year's Cards
Just Beccived n
A. L, SMITH'S STORE,
Klenuiit AHSorf ment of Cards,
All Now l'at terns; and must be seen
to bo appreciated. AUo
a Choice Lot of
Bolls, Dressed & Undressed,
I.argo and Small DoIIp, with kid
bodies, that will Bit down, lio down,
etc., Children';) iluildlng Blocks,
Ladiea, Lap Boards, Dross Forms,
And Skirl Founs, very nice; etc
Auotion Salos by Jamos F, Morgan.
Jas. F. Morgan - Auotionoer
Tuosdoy Evening, Doo. 18th;
At 7 o'clock, at my SiilcBroom, a
large assortment of Fancy Goods.
Wodnecday, Doo. 1 9th Aflornoon
Sale of n ailed assortment of Tojs,
Fancy Goods, Hugs, etc.
Saturday Evoning, Doo. 22nd;
At 7 o'cloel:, a largo assortment of
Christmas and New Year's Goods,
LndlcBib Gents Furnishing Goods,
Silverware, etc. At 8 o'clock, sale
of 2538 NovcIb, by various authors.
iSyFront scats reserved for ladies.
Special arrangements in legnidtoven.
tllation and gas. All Goods will be sold,
regardless of price.
JAS. F. MOBGAX,
On Wednesday Evening, Dec. 19
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At my BaleBroom, Queen sticet, I will
sell at Public Auction a Large
Holiday- Ooods !
RfiU5ica Instruments !
All Sizes of Velvet Eis,
Gold and Genuine Garnet Jewelry,
Large Assotlmcnt of
Combs & Brush Sols,
Collar & Cuff Boxes,
And an Immense Lot of
TOYS, BOOKING HORSES,
Dolls, Targets, Etc., Etc.
2T"ltemember no leserves, all must
JAS. F. MOIlGrAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Messrs. T. II. I)avic3 & Co.
I will hell at Public Auotion at
the (.tore adjoining my
On THURSDAY, Dec. 20th, '88
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51..
A Large Assortment of
Assorted Sizes of PLATES I
Tbiloi Sets, 3Njijii'W,
As. Bowls, Dinner
JAS. F. MORGAN,
123 5 Auctioneer.
SALE of BOOKS I
By oider of Mcms O. Brewer & Co,
I will sell nt Public Auction at my
Salesrooms, Queen sticet,
On Saturday Evening, Dec. 22,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
The following property distrained for
rent from the nloro of Y". II Gracn.
hilgh. The property consists of
By Various Authors.
(ST Books will bo nu exhibition at
my Salesioom on Sit unlay, Deo. 23d.
JAS. F. MOIIG-AN,
WEDNESDAY, Dec 20ili, at 2 o'clock
P. Jr. She will arrive in Honolulu on
her return trip. Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1889.
121 1 w WILDER'S S. S. CO.
rpiIE Splendid Grey
X Stallion "Prince,"
i years old, will be gold
for one-half his value,
100 in Gold Coin, If not sold in 10
day, will be seuthack to Ban Franpleco
on next steamer. APPiy to
,M ' fcl''vgM.iyV'1B
:&& pIllUSTMAS Day falling
iSiWSS! J on Tuesday, the steamer
;29sS!i;"Kiimu" will not bail until
CERTIFICATE of dopoalt in Bishop
& Co.' Bink No. lC57ft for $1)
9D7.59, dated October 2, 1888, in favor
of U. 1 Wilder, has been lost and pay
mentthoreof stopped at tho bank. Tho
public are warned ngalntl taking or ne
gotiating tho same and tho finder will
pleafio return It to G. I Wilder, Knhu.
lui, Maul; or, S. O. Wilder, Honolulu.
MISS BUMBLE hns removed to
Adam's Lane, next door to Mrs.
Jlrtckwood, where she has lesumed
business, and will be happy to meet all
her old customer. 118 lw
KS. GASCOYNE is prepared to
receive orders for Dyclnc all
classes of Goods at tho Thompson's
Celebrated Dye "Works of San Fran
cisco. Samples of tho Dyo in all the
various colors and shades cau bo seen
on application to Mrs. Gascoyno's Dress
making Booms. Ordeta promptly at.
tended to. 10'J lm
Salmon in Barrels !
Per S. S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOITB, Proprietor.
HEW GOODS !
Direct from New York and
Made Expressly for the :Ha
Just Reciverl Per "Australia,"
A Fine Assortment of
TuruiuiH, WiilkhiR llat
And all kinds of
Oliilclren's JHLats !
FRENCH & AMERICAN FRAMES,
Ribbons for Hat Triiiie
Sasli Ribbons in All Colors & Shades.
Together witli an Elegant Assoit- J
Ornaments, Lace Fins,
Ami all kinds of
Fancy Feathers, Wings
And other Novelties, novor hoforo
seen in these Islands. '' .
CHEAP TEIMMED HATS !
HAS Coral Hock, Black Stone, Black
and Whito Sand and Soil, for ialo,
in uny quantity. Apply at me oiuce oi
W. O. Achi, ,Kaahumanu street. 119 Bin
FIREWOOD at $1Q
cord, Annlv at
Foi t street
00 H! Mlw Wr ?
3E3E . JT . NOLTE
Has Just Received a Lrgo Lot of tho Finest Brands of
XST ESPECIALLY for
CIGAtlETTES ol tho following Well-known
Richmond Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
an Assortment of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING
BRANDS WILL BE FOUND:-
beal of North Caroliun, I
uur iinys, wile,
Qorn, Lone Jack, I
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc. J
Chewing Tobacco of
A LARGE VARIETY OF-
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders,
in Briar "Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco.Pouoliea, &c, &c. lm
? n rid
C2T BARGAINS -a Now Line of figy- BAltGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi ices than ever bcfoic. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k Gl'L lERCHMSE.
Novelties n.ntl ITk.iic GooiIn, In JOivi-ffe "Vax-ioty.
...J l.m.jiihiihu. niiwiiiiwmi t-"-ot -. .-...WJ....i.. ....-i
Toys &c DDolls, - '
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrs. E. Small will he prepared to do
Cutting and fitting:.
2 LARGE Furnished Rooihf,
suitable for men and
2S wife, or hingle men. Apply
to No. 31 Alnkea street. 117 lm
SIX-llOOM Collate on
Emma slreui. uiukimIo
Emma bquaiu. Apply f)
J. M. VIVAS,
42 Merchant street.
NEW Cottage of 3 Largo
Rooms mill Kitchen, na.
pared and palmed, and situ
ated mauka of Punchhowl street over,
looking the head of Emma sticet. This
building is placed on leasehold land
tho lease! liaviDg several years to run.
Will ho sold clienp for cash. "Apply to
101 lm J. E. BROWN & CO.
Horse, Brake & Harness
rpriE Brake Is in good
JL order, witli Lamps,
Apron, etc. The hoiso
Is quiet and gentle, aud
(hives without blind
ers, and under saddle Ik a splendid aul.
mal., For particulars apply at tho Biu.-XirriN-Ofllco,.
' us tf
ONE Thoroughly ed
Hereford Bull, lm.
ported from Now Zoa
jand; about 5 years old.
Can be seen in tho paddock opposite
Punahou. Inquire of
, O. II. JUDD,
114 lm At A J. Cartwright's.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Btcumship
Will lravo Honolulu for tho abovo
Tuesday, Dec. 18,
For Fiolght or Passage, apply to
lYM. o. IBWIN & CO. Agents.
. -. w :' r
the HOLIDAYS "52a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ol tho following
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Very Best Manilas
the Best Quality
For Yokohama and Hongkong.
ar. s. s. co.'h sjiiendia
"CITY of RIO de JANEIRO,"
W. Seabduy Commander,
Will leavo for tho abovo ports on or
J3eoemter 59 '88,
BSTFor Treight or passage apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
117 Ct Agents.
JUST TIIE THING FOR A
Xmas or New Year's Present
Sportsmen,. Attention I Wo have a
:B3ir TUV .this "R:
White & How Homo Sewing Machines.
Best Xmas Present !
A Nice Velvet Gmtn Hoe,
ALL SIZES & HEW DESIGNS.
BSpecial Discounts for the Holiday '
Season only. 115 3
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