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BISHOP & Co., BANKMUS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Drw Exchange- on tlio
JBtuiU ofC'iilii'orulu. S. IT.
Ami Uioir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Rothschild &S011, "London.
Tlio Commercial Hank Co., of Sjilnoy,
The Commcrnlal Hank Co,, or Sydney,
Svdncy. , . , ,
Tlio Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Clirtstchurch, nnd Wellington.
' The Bank of British Columbia, Vic.
toils, 1) 0. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Hedged lo aolther Soot nor 1'arty.
lkt cstabllsho". for the benefit of nil.
THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Yoscmite Skntinr Rink 7.
Mystic Lodge, K. of P., 7:00.
AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE.
Tlio following extracts of a letter
from Mr. F. W. Seaifc, late of the
Daily Ilmcaiian, will be read with
interest by bis many friends in Hono
lulu. The letter is dated Melbourne,
Victoiia, Australia, Nov. tlrd. 1885:
"I left Hongkong by the S. S.
Guthrie, one of the most beautifully
littcd-up ships I ever saw. From
Hongkong wc went into N'oith China
to Foo Chow Foo, where nearly all
the foreign vessels load their tea
cargoes. We had a stay of about
fourteen days here, and took the
most of the opportunity of visiting
' the interior, which wo found exceed
ingly interesting. "VYc visited several
of the chief joss houses, -uuongst
which was that of the Shan, the
oldest and richest one in China."
Mr. Scaifo then briefly "recounts
his trip up the Minn River, past the
sites of several notable land and
naval battles in the recent Franco
Chinese war. Several ironclads were
building at the Pagoda Anchorage,
where are a dockyard and arsenal,
" After getting between 15.000 and
1,000 tons of first reason's tea on
board wo left Foo Chow for Ptilm
crston, Port Darwin, as we were the
mail steamer and had to call for
, mails. Things are getting a. little
lively at Port Darwin; anew ship's
pier is in course of erection, and a
new railway from Port Darwin to
Adelaide is being contracted for."
The steamer made brief calls at
several minor ports, but stayed two
days at Biisbane and about eight
days in Sydney. The wiitcr says:
"1 consider the haibor and en
trance to it, at Sydney, the iinest in
the world without exception, and
passing the Heads, especially at
night, with those enormous, powerful
electric lights lighting up the narrow
defile, makes a sight always to be
remembered afterwards. About three
days after leaving Sydney we arrived
at tlio Queen City of Melbourne,
Victoria. I like Melbourne very
much, and think it one of the most
beautiful and best laid out cities I
have yet visited. The streets are
broad, the footpaths ditto, and are
kept exceedingly clean. Nearly all
the streets either have the wood
pavement or are receiving it, and
the new cable tramway is just com
mencing to run out to Richmond and
the suburbs. Melbourne is, no
doubt, going ahead. Sydney is,
a fine city, but not, in my
opinion, anything in comparison to
Melbourne. The streets are too
narrow, crooked, and not over re
markable for cleanliness, and tlio
public buildings do not show up to
the same advantage as in Melbourne,
owing lo their having the appearance
of having been crowded into their
present sites, and not having elbow
room." Mr. Seaifc describes the tragedy
on the Flemington racecourse on the
Saturday before his writing, when u
collision of two horses brought th"
whole field of -J "J horses down in
a struggling mass, from which
Nicholson, the leading Australian
jockey, was taken out dead and
many oilier jockeys seriously in
jured, lie gives a graphic des
cription, too lengthy for our space,
of the terrible spectacle. Other mai
lers of general interest rcfeired to
are the sculling race, to have come
off on the 10th iust., between Beach
'. and another Austialian for the
championship of the world, and
subsequently a incc between lleach
and Teenier, Hie American who
lately defeated Hanlan. A post
script of Nov. 1th describes the
race for tlio Melbourne Cup the pre
vious day: " The scene was an es
pecially brilliant one, and put one
much in mind of our Dei by at
Ensoin. The race itself was splen
didly run ; all the field keeping well
together for three-fourths of the
distance and making a most biilliant
finish, beating the record, and yes
terday's cup was won in the quickest
time ever made in the Colonies two
miles in two minutes and 29A sec
onds. An outsider, 'Sheet Anchor,'
was the winner and most of the
people present were pretty well bit."
Mr. Seaifc was doing well, in
good (mints, and well pleased with
Jiis now location.
THE FOWL STEALING BUSINESS.
Kditou Bulletin s More chickens
gone! "Anglo-Saxon," after dis
covering the loss of four (or five)
"roosters" last night, is an ardent
sympathizer with the gentleman who
signed himself "A Victim" in the
Advcrtiscv of Hie 23rd current in
the loss of bis fine fat chickens.
Further, the public ought to admire
his courage and determination, es
pecially in the following: "Unless
the authorities come to our relief we
must protect ourselves and supple
ment the warning note of our watch
dog by the bang of our shotgun.
Fur myself 1 propose presenting a
charge of buckshot to the first night
invader of my premises." 1 natu
rally admire the "ring" of these re
marks, but as wo are unable to ex
tend our police force into the suburbs
without exposing our center to the
attacks of thieves and lobbers, and
not. having any money in the trea
sury to pay for extra police to guard
the suburbs of our town, we cer
tainly will be left to protect our
selves. Wc must not, nor have wc
the right allowed us to use the shot
gun (or any other gun) here, as
vide a decision rendered not long
since by our Supreme Bench, where
all Hawaiian or foreign citizens were
adjudged to bo barred the legal right
to use deadly weapons to protect
their persons (saying nothing about
their poultry). Now, sir, could any
one, for one moment, be induced to
believe that our courts would allow
the patriotic gentleman to "bang"
away into our Government pets with
out giving him a spell, shorter or
longer, over in Captain Tripp's cas
tle, by way of a reminder of Ha
waiian jurisprudence, which allows
a thief to flee without giving the ag
grieved the right to fire to cheek his
fiight? No, Mr. Victim, 1 have ex
amined our laws and can only impart
to vou my avmnathizino: aloha ! but
powerless to assist. We certainly
have not the right under the Ha
waiian laws to use the shotgun, not
even on a Chinaman : the only alter
native left us is lo use a stick, ere
we have the lawful right to use our
influence endeavoring to put these
Chinese chicken thieves out of this
country. T am one of "Victim's"
admirers, with always a loaded
shotgun on the rack realty for ac
tion, but am compelled lo allow it
to remain there and trust to my
running qualities to save my fine
chickens getting into Chinatown.
After writing the above I have
seriously taken the matter into con
sideration and have arrived at the
conclusion that it is much easier
to eat my fowls than sit up at night
and shoot thieves contrary to the
dicta of the judges of the Supreme
Court of this Kingdom, right or
wrong. Yet 1 must confess that
there would be more satisfaction,
shooting down these sneak and
poultry thieves without distinction,
instead ol being compelled to run
them into the Police Station to be
convicted and work for the benefit
of a corrupt Government.
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 1885.
There will bo a Ornntl Feast iu
basement of KaumnKnplll Church,
SATURDAY, NOV. 28th,
from 12 m. to 2 o'clock p.m.,
benefit of the Buldtn? Fund.
Tickets of Admission:
To Foreign Talle Adults, $1; Chil.
ill en, dOcls.
To Native's Table-Adults, COcts; Chil
Cir Tickets tube had at J. M 0t,
It-., ib Co, Mcichnnl tit., nnd A. L.
Smith, Foil St. 181 !!t
TO thcCridltorsof the Etnto of .1.
JL 11. BRUNS, JR., a bi.id'iupt. take
notice: That the undcrsiened, assignee
of the Estate of J. II. Brims, Jr., a
bankrupt, bos, preparatory to his final
account nnd dividend, submitted his
accounts as purh assignee nnd tiled the
same before Hon. L. 'MtCully, Justice
of the Supictno Court, at his clinmbc's,
to whom he will apply at 10 o'clock
n m. on Friday, the 27lh instant,
for a settlement of s-iid accounts nud
lor n dlsclmtgc from all liability as such
assignee, and for an order to make a final
civitiemi. Ami tnai any person mier
estul may then anil there appcir and
contest the same. W. (3. PARKE,
Honolulu, Nov. 2t, 1SS5. 184 iit
TO the creditors of the Estate of A.
Y. RICHARDSON & CO., a bank
rupt, take notice: That the undersigned
assignees of the Estate of A. W.
Jtleliardson & Co., a bankrupt, has pre
paratorv to their llnal account and
dividend submitted their accounts a
such assignees and filed the same before
lion. L. MeCully, Justice of the Sup
reme Coiut at his i 'lumbers, to whom
lliev will :mnlv nt 1(1 o'clock A. M. on
Friday the :27th instant, for a settlement
of said accounts and for a discharge
from all liability as such assignees and
for an order to make a final dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and thcie appear and contest the
same. V. C. PARKE,
G. W. SMITH,
Hnw'nflarrifij-o Mnnfg Co.,
E. O. Hall Son,'
Inlor.I'land S N. Co.,
II aw 'li Agriculiuinl Co,,
C. blower Co.,
Wnllukn Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity sugar Co.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock
:H Merchant Sticet.
Largest Assortment of Goods in Ik Kingdom
WEST, DOW & CO.
Have on hnn3, In a ldl Ion to their usual stock, a large assortment of
Too numerous to mention,
s and Toys,
LARGS XMAS ORDER on Alameda;
Also, a lot of
Honolulu, Nov. 'M, 18S5.
TT0 the Creditors of the
JL S. B
Uv order of A. JAEGER, Esq.. Ad
iniu'lMitt'i r of tlio hf-'nte of F. T. I.cne
lian, deceased, 1 will m'11 at 1'ub.lc
Auction, nt my Sile.-rooni, on
On TUESDAY, DEC. 1st,
at 10 o'clock am., n large asFott.
ni'-nl of I.lip or bol lulu? to
said E-tatc, contisli'ig of
Brail, Gi, f Msley,
Champagne, Port & Sherry Wine,
Ale & Stout, &c.
180 101 LEWIS .1. LEVEY, Auct'r.
ASSIGXKE'S SAEiH OF
The undersigned will offer for sale at
Public Auction at the Auction Kooin of
E. P. Adams & Co.,
On TUESDAY, DEC. Sth,
At 12 o'clock noon,
All lli.it Desirable Properly of J. II.
lioyd, a voluntary Uankriipt, containing
1 Ill-lOOof an Acre, togfilicr with all
the nubilities shunted thereon, which
Furniture and Picture Mouldings.
Large Auotioh Sale of Furniture, Musio and Fancy
Goods, to make room, on
Saturday Evening", Nov. 28, 1885.
r jm ty Tt ttztXAx -m
NEW LOT OF NEW GOODS !
STODDARD, a bankrupt,
MUSIC HALL !
Amateur Dramatic Entertainment
ron thi: busekit of
Moll! Liter? Ass'tioii,
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 1st,
on which occasion will be given J. Stir,
ling Coyne's ComeJy,
A WIDOW HUNT!
with thi: ror.i owixii cast:
Felix I'catlicrly Mr. J. P. Brown
Frank leulirook Mr. E. W. Purvis
Major Wellington de Hoots
' '. Mr Godfiey Brown
Mrs. Foithcily MissL. Moore
Mr. Major de l'oot..Mis. .1. 1). Stinnir
Mis. Swandown Mrs. A. 1$. Hayley
Fanny Miss S. Clarke
Uike notice: That the undersigned, as-fiiyni-o
of the E-tatc of S. B. Stoddard,
a bankrupt, has, prepaiatory to his
(inal account and diviiknd, Mibmitlrd
bis accounts us m eh nssignic and
tiled the same before Hon. L MiCully,
Jutiicc of the Supieme Court, nt his
chum bcr.s, to whfun he will apply at ID
o'clock a.m. on Fiiday, the 27th nittint,
for n i-ettlemcnt of saiil accounts and for
u di-charge fioin all liiibiliiy as such
assignee, nnd for an order to make a
final dividend. And that any pii'son
iuteresliil may then and there appear
and contest the same.
W C. PABKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, lov. 24, IS .i. Iri4 3l
EX S. S. MARIPOSA," AT
1 2-Storv Dwellincj House
One Collage, llarn, Can iasc House, and
Bath House. There is a water light to
tin- laud, besides the Government water
is laid on. The title to the land is in
fee .simple and is contained In ltoy.il
Patent Xo. 501, mid is sold free of all
incumbrances. Theie ia l.nge number
of trees on fa dd laud, and the buildings
are in good repair. A plan of the same
cm be seen at the olliee of ihe under
signed, and all explanation that may be
requited will be gien. The U-misof
tlie sale ai e Cash aril ali deeds at the
expense of the ptu chaser. Adjoining
saiil lot are Unci parcels of land belong
ing to Maria A. Boyd, and the Trustees
of Mild Maria A. Boyd will offer Iheiti
for sjtio at tlio same time nnd place.
Plans of the said lots can be seen at iny
olliee. V. C. PABKK. Assignee.
ALL - OVER, EJJC:OIiOII12JDEg,ir
Just Opened at
CHARLES J. FISHEL'S
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
E P. ADAMS
Honolulu, Nov. Ill, 188.".
170 QUEEN STREET STORE, lm
REAL ESTATE &
Town Property for Sale.
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Xiiipoi'tci and Deulei in
STOVES, CHAINDEUERS, LAMPS,
OKOOKERY, GLASSWARE, IIUU.SE FURNISHING IIAUmVAUH,
AGATE IKON AD TINWARE.
Agent EalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block; - Fort Street.
2T Stoic formerly occupied by S-NOTT, opposite Spreckeh & Co.'s Bunk. fin
JUST RECEIVED, FROM BOSTON, EX BARK MARTHA DAVIS,
I'llICI'.S or ADMISSION;
Drees Ciicle and Parfpiettc sjl 00
Balcony (front iow) 1 to
" (bnt-K row) 15
EST Box plan open at Mr. J E. Wise,
man's olliee, FRIDAY morning, at !)
o'clock. Seats reserved without e.tra
charge. 18.') lw
O. Ii. MILLER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
I? merchant Street, Honolulu.
In conjiiiK tiun with Mr. J. A. Magoon,
will tut -nd to all matters of business for
the incidents of ihe Hawaiian Islands
who may need an Agent.
I do not eonlliio inyt-clf nlone to the
Iluslni'hS II nice?, but al.o to tlio domes,
tie class wlio would wish mo to attend
to any matter of busiiKsj, imperially to
iimUing piuclmsc either iu Honolulu
or San I'r.tuebMi, in any lino or General
To ihe Business Howes I will give
my careful attention in all mutti-is per
tinning to Gonenil Buslnet-, viz: Ad.
jusilng and Collecting Account-, Disui.
bulbm of Ilils and Clieuhus, Cusioui
House Entries, Dining ami Renting
Reiil Estate and Pergonal Piopertv.
CSr All Legal Documents will be
caiefully nnd neatly diawnup' by Mr.
J. A. Magoon.
1 will attend to all nmttci entrusted
to my caieinn carciul, couiteoiih ruul
iieal'maiiiier, and with quick dispatch.
Agent fr Kllnkner& Co. Red Uubber
Telephone ; P. O. Box 11U.
A Few Pairs of lite al ove
Famous Breed of Fowls
Just received from San Francisco.
Will lie sold at
Low 3Pxioets !
M. AV. McCliesnoj' to Son.
FIRE BRICKS !
FOR BALE BV
PATENT ROLLER FLOUR.
",riSSR3. CSTLE & COOKE have
ItX jubt receiveu a iiibl.iuni'nt of
this line quality of Flour, and will sell
in quantities to suit purchasers. 177 lm
The under-igned, duly authorized
Trtii-Ue-. fur Mm hi A. lio.id, will offer
at Public Auction, at the salesroom of
E. P. Adams &, Co.,
OX TUESDxVY, Dee. 8th,
at 12 o'llock noon, all those
Desirable Parcels of Lai
silualid at Oloiuaua, Pauo.i, in the tear
of nnd adjoining the- well-known Dud
'Ihe P.itccl known as the KAAUKUU
LOT, adjoining the Bujd Premise.-, on
the maukti side and containing Jf of an
acre, mure or lea-i, and moro fully de.
ciibed iu R.P. No. no:). L. C. A. No.
4 Taro Patches
adjoining "-aid Boyd Premises on the
inuktii or town i-idc, comniniiit: -17-100 of
an acie, mote or less, and mote fully
described in R. P. No.' 1,1)13, L. O. A.
No. fi.Ol!) B Also,
2 Taro Patches
adjoining the al'ove, containing 40-100
of an acre, moiu or less, and moiu fully
di Foribcd in R. P. No. 'J,:) li) The to'rc.
going parcels are under leae at 2 0
per annum, expiring r-epteniber 1. It8.l.
Also, thntPai'cil situated on Punch
bowl Road and cMciiitiug to nud acro.-s
the Pauoa bt renin, ami tlare adjoining
thu hcfoicinciitlnned pni-el- (ten plan),
containing It and 18- 00 nl auiieie, iiioio
orler-s, and more lully deteilhed In K.
P No. 'Jfijo. Tills is a coed, healibv
location fur a home-tend, the lot has a
small houto on it and is well covered
with a line grove of nlgcioh.t trees.
Also, that Valuable
Piece of Property on Hotel St.,
apposite tlio ie,ldenee of Dr. McGiew,
extending Irom the Siraloga House to a
point near the olliee of the Fut-hion
btnbles, on whlili nie a cotltipo nt pre.
sent biiugiiig iu a leuial i.f ?!.' per
month, and a 2-stoued house which is
leased to the Fashion Stables, to'ithcr
with a small pouiun uf gioitnd euveied
by the stiihles, biinging an annual
rental of 2.0. This lease expires on
Apiil 1, 1S91). Seo pbiiih at E. P. Adams
& Co.'s Sttlesiowns. Titles good, Deeds
at ixpeuso of piirehaseis.
O. Bji-tk, j-uimics,
p. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
170 17t Auctionceie.
Downer's Kerosene Oil
Electrie Kerosene Oil
Superior Kerosene Oil
the above Oil Is Kisr.su and oood, and will Vo s )ld at retail or in
lots lo suit, at low uiies. Also,
CASES S O-AJRJD M-ATOJEIES,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. Besides the above, a huge variety of Eastern
Goods used by all Store airl Plantations, all of which will Vo sold at rea-rnnble
P ieisby (180 lm) E. O. HALL & SON, (Limited).
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