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BISHOP & Co., BAN.KE1
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchaugu on the
limilc oL'OtiliCoiMilu, Si. Tj
And tliclr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Kolhi'hlld & Son, LoniiOti
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tlio Commercial Bnnk Co., of Sjilney,
Tho Bank of Now Zcnlnnd Auckli id,
ChrWtchurch, mid Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic.
torln, B. C, nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking BuMness.
Hoilgod to neither Sect nor ratty.
Sat established for the benefit of all,
MONDAY, MAKCII If), 1880.
The Advertiser quotes from the
San Francisco liulletin a false
statement concerning the natives of
these islands, and offsets it with
another statement which is some
what extreme. Persons of experi
ence and observation will scarcely
admit without reservation or qunli
ilcation that "there are no hotter
workers, or more reliable labor to
be found anywhere than is furnished
by native Hawaiians." True, there
is no better worker than the native
Hawaiian, when lie is in the humor
for work ; but lie is not altogether
reliable, because the humor with
him is apt to be very fitful.
Dr. Stewart, a down east medical
practitioner, in a memorial to gov
ernment praying that gymnastics be
made one of the ollicially recognized
branches of education in the public
schools, presents tho following epi
tome of the results of medical
science and observation, from the
earliest times. The views set forth
are as applicable in these isles of tlio
Pacific as they arc on the shores of
It is evident that the body as well
as the mind is capable of training;
it is evident that however perfect
the education of the intellect may
be, yet if a man is unhealthy or weak
in body his usefulness must be
diminished ; it is also evident, that,
other things being equal, a commu
nity or slate in which each individual
possessed a stiong and healthy and
well-trained body would have great
advantages over another in which
the culture of the body was neg
lected. Experience has shown that exer
cise docs not only increase the health
and strength of the robust and
vigorous, but is also one of the best
known means for eradicating con
stitutional disease and strengthening
those whose bodies are naturally
weak, or who have been enfeebled
Of all forms of exercise we believe
out-door recreations arc tho best,
but a certain definite system of gym
nastics is not only useful but in
some cases necessary to health and
soundness of bod'.
AVc have in our present system of
education provision made for the
training of the mind, but little or
nothing is done to secure healthy,
strong and active bodies for the
children. Ungainly aud pernicious
attitudes are common and young
people aie allowed to grow up with
rounded shoulders, flattened chests,
and slovenly bearing. Proper physi
cal training would ensure upright
and graceful forms, incteascd chest
development with its corollary ad
vantages of deeper respiration and
purer blood, and would, wo believe,
vastly increase the health, strength,
usefulness, and happiness of all
subjected to its influence.
Such training would not interfere
with study, on the eontrar', the
opinion of tho ablest physiologists,
as well as tho actual experience of
many of the most distinjnii&licd
literary and scientific men goes to
Hhow that it adds to mental vigor
and increases capacity for mental
In many countries the necessity
for Physical Education is recog
nized, and training for tho body
is piovided for equally with that of
the mind. In tho public schools of
England, for generations, athletic
exercises have been encouraged, and
in the more recently established
Hoard Schools tho authorities are
giving attention to physical training,
and systematic instruction by special
teachers is given in schools twice, or
oftcner, weekly, "being ollicially
recognized as an integral portion of
tho education to bo alforded to boys
and girls alike."
In Franco in 18811 an order was
issued to introduco gymnastics and
athletic exercises into every school
,and college. Jn Italy gymnastics
are a compulsory branch of educa
tion in tho elementary schools, and
thcro is a Government Inspector of
Gymnastics. The United States
have for many years set a good
fxawplo in this direction, and in
'IJunnul and other 1tnivcr3it.es tlio
ii.3lruloi in gymnastics u n the
sunns fooling with tho profov ora.
Jeffrey's Porter & Ale !
ix ii:ahts axi nvrH.
For Sale by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
rISi.uilia !'.. tit I .! It, it KWll.
Thursday Kvcirg, 31'.r. 18li,
Saturday Hvi'ii'g, .liar. 011i.
Positively 0 nights oi ly.
Fred W. Millis,
Tho Monarch Ventriloquist and Humorist,
In 111 versatile, musical, mirth-pro.
voklng nnd refined cntctnhi.
u SANS SOUOI."
Go and see "The Wcddiug Break,
fast," Introducing some of the Guests
THOUBADOUK-n la McCabe.
Tho TORPEDO and tho WHALE, nnd
lYv hours of gieat fun.
Change of programme nightly. Scats
secured at J. K. Wiseman's Bov plnn
opens MONDAY morning, at !l o'clock.
EST Mr. Millis lins oer 10,000 critic
isms from lending papers throughout
Europe and tho Colonies acknowledging
him to ho in the llrst rank as a Ventrilo
quist and humorist. To bo seen at J. E.
Popular prices, $1 , 75c., 60c. 75 1 w
In the matter of tho JMntc of )
Under nnd by virtue of an Order of
Sale of Real Estate, duly made and en
tcred by tho Hon. A. Francis .Iiuld,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, felt,
llug as a Court of Probate on tho 2!3d
day of February, a.i. 18SU, tho under
signed will tell at public auction on
TUESDAY, Mar. 2:$, 188(,
nt the auction room of E. P. Adnms it
Co., Queen Street, Honolulu, at Vi
o'clock noon, tho following desciibeii
property, to wit: All that lot, piece and
parcel oi uiui suuaie on mug, jucimni
and Meichant Streets, in Hi miliilu, and
hounded and dcscrihid as follows: Be
uinnini! at the bontli cornel of this lo
on the mnuka side on Church Street,
adjoining the lot of Kcikeuul, and run
ning north 47 degrees west, 11B 7-12 feet
along Church Street, thence south -15
degrees west 73 11 12 feet ulong Richard
Street, thence south CO minutes 45
seconds east 115 0.12 feet along Mer
chant Sticet, thenco ninth 15 degrees
east, 40 2-12 feet along KoikenuPs lot to
place of commencement; area 15-100
ncies; being the piece of laud described
In Land Commission Award 184 to
And also that certain lot, piece and
parcel of land situate on Kirg and Mer
chant Streets in said Honolulu, bounded
and described as follows Beginning
at north corner on the in .iika Mile ot
this lot by Kekunnaoa's adjoining King
Street and lunning south -llj.f degrees
west 8UJ4 links along Kekuanuoa's,
thence eoulh 02 degrees, eas 2 chaln3 12
links along Merchant Street, thenco
north 28,'.f degrees vnst202t links along
King Street and Merchant Mrcct, thenco
north I0K degiceh west 1 chain 0:1 links
along King Street to place i f beginning;
area 11111 fathoms; the same being tlio
piece or parcel of land described hi
Land Commission Award C.lOOtoKelke
mil. Tho above described pieces compose
the premises used as tho residence oi the
Into J'aul Kanoa.
Upset price, iJ9,O0O. Other terms at
day of sale.
P. P. KANOA,
"NV. Austin Wiiitixo, Attorney.
Honolulu, March a, 18S0.
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
08 8t nimi.wed.fi i Auctioneers.
India Rice Mill,
San Francisco, Cal.
conscouenco of tho death of tho
owner of this well-known iironortv.
thn whole establlilunent is ollercd for
sale, and will bo disposed of as nn en.
tirety, olloilng a favorable opportunity
to nny one disposed to enter Into this
business. Tho Mills for cleaning nnd
hulling aro of tho most approved pat
tern, with a Corliss Bugino iif 100-horto
power, built in 1880, with all the latest
improvements j also, n superior Boiler
and nil Machinery ueccssaiy for clean,
ing Itlce ready for immedlnto use.
Tho hind upon which tho structure Is
creeled is held by lenso, expiring July
1, 18S7, with tho privilego of 0 years' ex
tension upon very favorablo terms, or
tho Mills and Machinery can bo romov.
eil if so desired. For further parti
culnrs, apply to
.1. T. WATEIWOUBE,
Honolulu, or to
S, Jj, Jones & Co., Ban Francisco, 03
O it "d Ip
or Win. O. A
ornir of Klnui
bath, etc. Every.
lo nnd outhouses.
uplcd by Dr. Gray
.'II i" I ill
ist. Kent s;io
ntor. 7fl lw
House! 1 Furniture
I am Instri
ted by Mr. W. 0. Peacock
He i tion, nl his real.
Bcr''i iila Street,
to sell at i
deuce, No. U
On Wed di;'
TVTr.v i rfi.
) " t"j
nt 10 a.m., f
lows: 1 BV
win 1' of his household
mprhi g in pnrt as fol
ilidpu n Set, Mitt lessen,
'.Mel k 'm Dining Tabled
t'.irh i Set In hair cloth,
rllln ' Table, Mahogany
.arm -mil Small Rues, 'a
few Choice i.iigniving, Mirror,
I Now t. me Sowing Machine,
in good onii Ch'i idollers and Lampo,
Veranda C 'rs, Baih Tub, etc., etc.,
Kitchen Sio V Lien ills, Lawu Mower,
Garden Ho-, & Toi Ik, etc.
Great itaance Sale
of .Messrs. Conchce &
aro uliuiit closing their
On Wednesday & Thursday,
M.uch2lth nnd 25th,
commencing at 10 a.m. each day, nt their
store on FoitStreiM, oiler at public auc
tion, their f tire Sti.ck of
Dress Silks, in nil colors; Gras-Oloth,
Silk Handkerchiefs, n large variety of
Gold ml Ivory Jewelri,
China Vases, Crepe Shawls, Fans,
Mattings, Fine Chincjo Tens,
AND A 1AHOU ASSOItTMUNT OF
All these Goods nio now ready for in
spection, and as everything will he sold
without tcsci ve, the ladies and the pub
lie generally will llnd It to titer interest
lo attend the sale.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
72 7t mon.v. . d-fri Auctioneers.
:iONlVLY, or longer if do
red, a luge Furnished Cot
.jo v. i 9 rooms. Bath
house mi 1 fiesl water shower bath.
Sea ball. r. S itcd at Kapiolani
Paik. Mi 11 T .phono in tho house.
Inquire o. G- V t, of West, Dow A
Co. W tf
i.m.of Tin: Unitki) )
m, Mar. 10, I860, f
. vlng clnlma against
f tho Into Florence
nt tho snme to this
i 'died within 0 days.
J. II PUTNAM,
Xiisliitsauiyic' Clonic und
Cornt of Alui'.o i A King Sts.
2Vf.-. 1 A Villus I.iuic.
' and j e.fed,
.denne 1 and curled,
iawsi"Wed in nil the latest
ivcn in thirly-six kinds of
. uiin (lniwinii-mm minimi tr
Oideista'cn lor nil kliuis or emiiroti
NEW YORK LINE.
WH. GROSSMAN A BRO., 77
Lrond Street. N.Y.. will des-
Al vessel in this line, on or
3IA.Y IS, 1880,
Orders should be forwarded by steamer
of March tilth, to Insure shipment by
this opportunity, or not inter than April
0th. CASTLE A COOKE.
A. VOW CtlHlfH oi"
just received, ex bark Lovspring.
Departure Bay and
liinntitlos to suit,
N. B. Vhen denng coal aBk if yon
get 2.000 r 2,21o lbs. per Ton. Wo sell
Jonf;Tor. (Mini) WILDER & CO,
Haw'n CarrmgcManfV Co., $ !)0
K. 0. Halite Son, 7G
Inler.lfiland S. N. Co., (M00
Ucll Telephone, 31!
Haw'n Agricultural-Co., 0(i
Wilder' Steamship Co., H7
0. Brewer A; Co., ICO
Woodlawn Dairy, !I0
Wnlltiku Sugar Co., 00
Star Mill. U'5
b. A. THURSTON, Stock Broke. .
39 Merchant Stiecl. 151 1
rpiIE Union Hair Dressing Saloon luw
X been rc-openid by C. Molleno, ns
temporary artist. 08 2v
By order of Mr. Sellg, ndtnlnlstrntor of
of thp Kslntoof 1j Ahuna,ilceeaed, of
Walalua, Oabu, I will tell at ptiblii
nuctlou, at my salesroom, No. 40 Qticou
On TUESDAY, Mar. 23d,
at 12 o'clock, a.m., n certain
Lease of Premises
situated hi Witlnlun. anil formerly no-
copied by the deceased as a slore, wttie
houses, dwellings, &c., &c. Tho Lease
will c.plio on thu 1st .Innuary, 18s!, and
the rent of snmo is $10 per month.
Also, tho whole of the
Stock of Merchandise
contained In store:
1 Hall's Fire-Proof Safe,
Store FUturcs, 2 Brakes, 1 Horse, 1 Set
Harness, Household Furniture nnd
Effects, Kitchen Furniture und
Utensils, cce., ccc.
Parties wishing to examine the above
premises and for further Information,
can apply to Mr. S. SELIG, at the olllce
of Messrs. M. S. Grluhaum &, Co,
C27" Terms cash, and deeds at ex.
penso of purchaser.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
70 2w Auctioneer.
Val'ble Real Estate.
By order of the Adminlstiator of the
Malae Kitalc, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, Hint certain parcel of
hind on the corner of Bcictnuin and
Union Streets, with tho handsome
thereon, built by the Into Capt. Makce
for his own use. The house is large and
roomy, faithfully built, and withpaiii-
cular reference to the wants of our tro
pic.il climate. Tho place can bo v lowed
at any time upon application to
IRWIN A Co.
Immediately after the sale of the
house and lot wo will sell
5 Lots at Waikiki,
adjoining the lesidcnco of W. G. Irwin,
Esq., and numbered ns per Kapiolani
Park plan respectively llli, 117, 118, 111),
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
By order oT the Administrators of the
.Makce Estate, wo will sell at public
MONDAY, March 22nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.M.,
at the lesidcnec, corner Bcrctnnin and
Union Streets, tho
Entire Horti Wm
, In part ns follows, viz:
Drnb Silk rep. Parlor Set, 8 pieces;
lloicwood Center Table,
2 Bron.es and Stands, 4 Oil Paintings,
a Walnut und Gilt Mirrors, Music Back,
Marblo Busts, Carpeting, Oak Extension
Oak Shloboaid and Mitror,
12 Oak Dining Clinks, Glass and Plated
Ware, Majolica Ware, 1 Sextant, Glass
I !lihiHi I'orcrlulu
Breakfast and Dinner Sot,
ii BW Bedroom Sets, complete,
Waidrobes, Mattresses, Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Chcllbnlers, Covered
Lounges, Camphor Ti link,
Velvet Bugs, Carpet Ohnlrs, Clothes
Box, Parian Figures, Toilet Sets,
Chamber Sets, 1 Bosewood Bedroom
Set, complete, Hocking Chairs,
Hat Back, devolving Chair, Whatnots,
Flower Pots and Stands, Kon Meat Safe,
llefrigcrator, Stovo and Kitchen Furni.
turo, Bath Tub, etc., etc.
1 Top Buggy,
Also, Harness, Step Ladder, etc. etc.
ADAMS & CO.,
! i ii
DAVIS & WILDEK,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Beg to call the attention of their many patrons and housekeepers gencr.
ally to tho varied assortment of their
Excellent New Stock !
Which Is constantly icplcnMied by every vessel arriving from the States
and Europe, selected with special care to enter to the recognized critical
taste of local natronngc.
Groceries and Provisions
In every variety of dcttll.
M ACONDRAY A CO.'H llncst Green nnd Black Tens ;
Aierici find Eilisli Table Luxuries !
And delicacies in endless variety.
Grosse & Blnckwell's Conserves anil the Cutting & Packing's First Grade;
Tho Celebrated Dold A Son's Bullhlo II ims nnd Bacon, tho choicest ever
brought lo this market;
Cereals In ceiy variety In patent wcnvcl pmof tins;
Evaporated anil Pitted Fruits nnd every variety of Nuts;
Oysters, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits
On Ice Every Steamer.
5J" A personal Inspection of our FRESH STOCK, wo believe, will result In
n keen edge to appetlto nnd a heightened interest In the HOME MEAL
JUST OPENED Ul
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 !
I?ci- Sfennioi- ALnrlpo.Nu, tlio
TEMPLE OF FASHION
-will receive a. full line oi tlio
Latest American and English Stylos of Dry Goods.
A complete and nssortcd invoice of Dry Goods, comprising tho latest leading
styles of Ladies and Misses' Wear; also, everything of now departure in tho Dry
Goods line; also, an excellent Stock of
Xiixlies aaid IMLisses' Shoes,
Fine Goods und bed-rook Prices is our motto. Everything guaranteed to bo as
represented. Our Stock is open to inspection. Everybody is invited.
The Gents' Furnishing Department
Muwt be Closed before the arrival of the Mariposa.
UST We have n small stock of Men's and Boys' Suits on hand which, until tho at.
rival, can ho bought nt less than factory prices. If you doubt, call. " Soeine is
P.O. BOX 315.
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent;
Ileal Estate Agent,
V,.,!-. ..V 4 . .
Wiluei'fl Stenmshlii Atrent.
Great Burlington Bullioad Aeent
In Bond or Duty Paid.
A Very Choico Lot, Frosh and Full,
The Best h th,c Market.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Honolulu, II. I.
Custom Houso Broker,
Miiniirr iTnwntin,, nn, it..-
Pirn nnd T.lfo r.,,,,r,,..,. a ..,....''
-- .--- w ((UialwUV 4UtJla
TN DBA WING AND
wter coli rs nnd oils
No 1 Kukui Street.
COTTAGE TO RENT,
No. 12Z Bcretnnla Strecih aC
present occupied by A. EAlers.
Possession I'lvnn IVrnv 1o
Enqnlro on tho premises, or of L. WAY.
Kinau Street, in rear. 78 tf
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