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BISHOP & Co.. KAXK1S11S
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Draw Exchange on Iho
Bank of CnUtbrnin, fcs. 3T.
And tlinir agents n
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. llojhschlld & Son, London
The Commercial Haul; Co., of bjdncy,
London,
The Commercial J Unnlt Co."o Sydney,
Sydney,
'lac uanii
of New Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, and .Wellington,
The Bank of British Ooluinlilu,
Vic
toria, 1). C, and l'ortlnnd, Or.
and
Transact a General BiuiklngltUuslncfs.
GCO ly
Fledged to neither Beet nor Party.
But established for the benefit of all,
TUESDAY. NOV. 2. 1880.
PONAPE UNDER SPANISH RULE.
Letters from Ponapc via Manilly
and Hongkong bring the news that
n Spanish man-of-war came to that
island during the last week in July.
The commander took formal posses
sion of the island. The various
Kings and chiefs, in answer to sum
mons sent to them, came to the
vessel and put their marks to a
document acknowledging Donna
Maria Christina of Spain, as their
accepted sovereign. The story is
that some two months later another
vessel will come bringing a governor,
100 soldiers, f0 laborers, C. priests,
with cattle, lumber, etc. The cap
tain of ihc man-of-war said that the
harbor should be a free port of
entry, that the natives would bo
allowed to retain their lands, and
the chiefs their titles, and no pass
port system would prevent freedom
of travel, religious traching would
be unrestricted, and everything
would be mild and lovely under
Spanish rule. A responsible govern
ment, having regard to rights and
right, is what is needed there as
well as elsewhere, not a so-called
strong government of enforced
obedience to some one man's will.
Under the present tribal system of
rule no protection is assured to life
or to property, and there has been
danger of the vilest elements of all
nationalities settling ilotiii on that
fertile and beautiful isle, and making
it a den of evil beasts. If Spain
will give needed stability to the
social order, capital will not be slow
to find its way there. The rich soil
and genial skies will under suitable
cultivation yield generous returns
to add to the comfort and wealth of
the world at large.
A MISAPPREHENSION RECTIFIED.
Our "comparatively youthful"
morning contemporary seems to pos
sess a degree of that "sensitiveness"
which he unjustly attributed to us a
few days ago. He is "warming up"
on the harbor question. As far as
we are concerned, our position has
not been, in our opinion,'shaken in
the slightest. Our only reason for
reverting to the matter in response
to our contemporary, in the first
instance, was to correct what we
believed to be misapprehensions on
his part. A disposition to hypercritic
ism could have found flaws in the
article that were passed unnoticed.
And our only reason for again re
curring to the subject is to rectify
what we believe to be another mis
apprehension, in this morning's
Herald, whicli says, "The reclaimed
land was all formed of material ob
tained in deepening and extending
the harbor." Many a "cubic foot
of land" was added to that reef for
which there was not a correspond
ing "cubic foot of water" added to
"the space available for sea going
vessels." The writer has seen many
cubic feet of the laud in question
made up from landward, of material
that did not come out of the harbor.
KAUAI NOTES.
The steamer Iwalani has been so
punctual and so regular since run
ning to Kauai, that even a delay of
a few hours causes anxiety to the
inhabitants hero, and tlio peoplo
wondered why sho did not come on
Wednesdaj' morning, and thought
it must have rained fo hard in
Honolulu that it delayed the ship
ping of freight. Again on Thuisday
the steamer was looked for, and
still she did not come. The Iwa
lani usually arrives at 1 a. m., but
it was after "7 a. m. when the
Makco'B whistle was heard. It was
very rough, and a pretty bad land
ing was made.
Mr. Rico, who lias been in Hono
lulu for tliojjast three weeks, re
turned ; as"did ulso'Mr. S. M.
Wilcox. Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Koloa,
who mado a long visit to her
daughter in Honolulu, also returned,
Mrs. WatcrhoiiBo and family accom
panied her. Mrs, Smith has been
missed very much, and every ono
is ghul to have her back again. Mr.
Sinclair, of Niihau, and his friend
Ir. Robinson, are making the tour
ilaatttt3S?8$&ra
around Kauai. Sir. Ilahn, of San
Francisco, the father of Mrs. Alii
born, camo to Liliue this week on a
visit to his daughter, thereby giving
her a happy surprise.
There has been considerable rain,
making the country look green, and
the planters prophesy a Hue crop.
Already the enne in Lilnic is begin
ning to tassel, and the Ileitis look
very line. A new maceration mill
is being added to the machinery of
While Plantation, and under the
BUperintcndanco of Mr. Kophe, the
engineer, the work will soon be
completed. It is said that this is
the llrst plantation in which a com
plete maceration mill has been in
troduced. A party of gentlemen from Koloa
and vicinity has been wit on a
shooting cxpeditiou, and although
it is rather early to shoot plover,
still wild ducks and turkeys abound,
and one rarely returns empty handed
from the chase.
Mr. Lowell, a resident of Nawili
wili for more than half a century,
breathed his last on Friday, the
22nd. He was over 80 years of age.
lie left two fcons and one daughter,
all of whom have been married and
settled in "Waialua for some years.
KAMAKUA.
Judge Lyman is in town hearing
tax appeal cases of which there
appeal' to be quite a number this
year.
Major Lumaheihci has been duly
appointed road supervisor for this
district hi place of Mr. Charles
Williams. It is to be hoped that in
addition to getting his commission,
he will also get some money to
spend on the roads.
Preparations arc being made for
celebrating the IGth of November on
a grand scale. Two enterprising
native women made a tour thro'ugh
the district collecting money for a
feast in Waipio. They succeeded
in raising about $G0, and when they
started for home, tied up the silver
in a shawl on the back of the saddle.
When they reached Waipio and
took off the shawl, they found to
their dismay that it had all leaked
out, and, needless to say, was lost
forever.
PRESENTATION TO MR. J. N0TT.
At 7:30 o'clock last evening, the
con Tu.ce C. E. Williams, Geo.
Lucas, and M. D. Monsawat ap
pointed by the Board of Representa
tives off ic Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, at 'icir last meeting, anil the
foreman of each company, with the
Enginecis, assembled at the resi
dence of ex-Chief Mr. John Nott,
for the purpose of presenting h'm
with the tesl'monial described in
this paper some days ago. The pre
sentation was made by Mr. C. E.
Williams, with appropiiate remarks.
Mr. Nott returned thanks, and the
occasion being the thirty-first
anniversary of his marriage, he
invited the firemen into the din
ning room to partake of refresh
ments. During the repast several
toasts were drunk, after which the
parly adjourned to the parlor? where
thebn'ancccfthc evening was spent
in music, &c. During the evening
Mr. Nott presented to the foreman
or each company a photograph of
himself, neatl' framed. The fire
men look their departure at about
10:30 o'clock, wishing Mr. Nott a
hearty aloha.
HEW HYDRANT. '
A sample hydrant, claimed to be
the most improved of any now made,
can be seen at E. O. Hall & Son's.
This hydrant will stand, when placed
in position, about three feet above
ground. It lias one brass finished
nozzle !: inches wide, for the lire
engines to connect with, and two
small brass finished nozzles three
inches wide, for hose without steam.
The arrangements arc such that
water can be thrown through thrco
different lines of hose. This hydrant
will be placed at the head of Emma
street next Saturday, and on that
afternoon it will be tested. It will
be taken up afterwards, placed in
another street, and again tested. If
it proves satisfactory, as it probably
will, Mr. C. B. Wilson, Chief En
gineer of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, will do his utmost to have the
city furnished with hydrants of the
same description.
HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY.
Commodore Philip Caduc, of the
Pacfic Yacht Club, forwarded by tho
Alameda tho following reply to the
recent invitation of His Majesty tho
King':
To His Most Gracious Majesty
Kalakaua, King of Hawaii Sir: I
have had the honor to receive by tho
hand of Coloifel John D. Sprockets,
Your Majesty's most gracious invita
tion to the Paciflc Yacht Club to
participate iu the festivities which
will celebrate at the Royal Palace,
at Honolulu, the fiftieth anniversary
of You" Majesty's birthday.
This most especial mark of favor
you have further enhanced by offer
ing three most liberal prizes for a
competitive ocean race by the yachts
to the scene of your festivities.
Tho Pacific Yacht Club desire mo
most respectfully and cordially to
thank Your Majesty for this dis
tinguished honor you have done
them, by your most kind and gener
ous invitation, but at the same time
express their sincero regret that
owing to the Jatcuess of tho season,
and that several of tho yachts arc
already laid up and out of commis
sion, it will bo impossible to accept
Your Majesty's so kindly proffered
hospitality, and to personally unito
with your coiut and peoplo in ex-
pressing their heartfelt wishes for a
long continuance of your prosperous
reign ; but although so far distant
they join me in wishing your con
tinued health, n long life and very
many happy returns of the clay.
Jri this iiope pcnnit me, sir, to
subscribe myself Your Majesty's
most obedient servant,
Phillip Cadvc,
Commodore of the Pacitlc Yacht
Club.
San Francisco, October 1G, 188G.
P. C. Advcrticor.
COLUMBUS CELEBRATION.
The following letter has been re
ceived by Signor Celso Cnjsar Mo
reno from Senator George F. Hoar
in regard to the Monument to
Christopher Columbus, to be un
veiled in Washington on the 12th of
October, 1892, the fourth centennial
discovery of America:
AVorccstcr, Mass.. September 23,
1S8G. My dear sir: 1 received and
read with great pleasure your inter
esting communications in regard to
the statue of Columbus. 1 addressed
to you a letter in acknowledgment,
which I hope was duly received.
The debt of America to Italy is im
measurable. Not only her dis
covery by Christopher Columbus,
which more than doubled the area
of civilization on the "lobe, is due
to Italian genius, but Italy has been
her instructor and guide in govern
ment, laws, eloquence, sciences,
poetry and art. 1 hope the noble
work in which you take so deep an
interest will be accomplished. 1 am
respectfully and faithfully yours,
Gr.ounn F. Hoau.
To Celso Ciusar Moreno, Esq.,
Washington, D. C.
The following letter has been re
ceived by Signor Celso Ciusar Mo
reno from Senator John Sherman in
regard to the monument to Chris
topher Columbus :
Mansfield, Ohio, Sept. 18, 188G.
Dear Sir: Your noto of the lGth
is received. I have bcctf"abscnt off
and on, but the National Repub
licans sent me were duly received,
and the articles marked were read
and were quite interesting.
The subject-matter of the com
memoration of Christopher Colum
bus by a monument to be erected at
Washington will be fully considered
upon our return there, and no doubt
the committee will be pleased to
hear you upon the subject. Very
truly yours, John Sih:kmax.
Mr. Celso Ciusar Moreno, Washing
ton, 1). C National Publican.
The following miscellaneous news
items have been culled from late
papers:
SPECIAL NOTICE!
JOHN IT. SOl'EIt tequnsts tlmt all
oidcr for the hritms Pic
torial 1'apers be sent in before the
depaituiu of the ne.t mini for the Coast
to avoid disappointnunt. . 73
NOTICE.
SHOOTING GAME MUDS OF ALL
kinds is piobibitcd on the lands of
Palama,
ICaua,
l'uiihalc, in lCabhi,
Jluunal'ii!,
Kalin and
Kakaako,
S. SI. DAMON,
Trcii". Trustees Et. 13. 1'. Uishop.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, 18S0. 7!) lw
NOTICE.
rpo THE CREDITORS OF THE E8
i tile of James Il.Uoyd.n baunrupt,
take notice:
That llie undersigned, Assignee of the
E-itate ot James 1J. IJnyd, a bankrupt,
has prcpanilory to his flual account ami
dividend submitted his accounts us Mich
nsslgnee, and filed the sumo bcfoic Hon.
E.Vm.tmi,.histicoof iho Supremo Court,
at his Chambers, to whom he will app'y
at 10 o'clock-, u. in., on THURSDAY,
the 18th day of November iust., for a
settlement o'l said accounts and for a
final dhchargc from all liability as such
as-ignee, and for an order to liuiko a
filial dividend. And that any pcrtoa in.
(crusted may then and there appear nnd
contest the same.
73 W. C. PAltKE, Assigaee.
POUND NOTICE!
THERE WILL AN AUCTION SALE
of 0 horses, at 12 o'clock noon, on
SATUUDAY, Nov. Oth, at the Govern,
ment Pound, Kobolaloa: 1 cream colored
horse, branded VD right side of neck,
PD on right hip; 1 California black
horse, no brand visible; 1 biy horse,
while forehead, four while feet, branded
on right side, like g; 1 light gray horse,
Indescribablo brand; 1 black marc,
branded Don right side; 1 bay mare,
indiscrilmblo brand.
A. 13. KAAUKUU,
Poundiniistcr,
Honolulu, Nov. 1880. . 73 It
I have received instructions from Messrs.
, S. C011N & CO., to sell on
Saturday, November 6th, '86
At 7 . in., sharp at the
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Their Entire Stock of
CLOTHING ! !
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Boots, Shoes and other Goods
wiTiioua' KEsiaravjE:
Duo notice will ho given of other Auc
tion Sides at (he Temple ot Fashion.
7 5t J. .LYONS, Auct'r.
tetsoo Sale!
I EVERYBODY nys the Imiotttd
1 U.tiHlk'M lit tlic Elite arc yum.yiitu,
Go and try nunc! 73
FOR KENT.
THOSE VKUY DFSI1U.
bio promises No. 10j Kunnmi
Avenue. Dwclllnu contain
8 rooms; airy basement under all; kltoli
en, pantry, bnUuoom and servant's rnun
attached, carrlago house, stuble, fjwl
house; till conveniently arranged; quiet
healthful lrcitlon; neat cround, trult
trees. Ten liiinttleV walk Irom Post
Olllcc. Enquire adjoining premises of
72 tf .1. 11 WOOD.
MRS. McGHEGOlt
w
1SHES to. Inform the Indies of
Honolulu that she Intends to go
out as Ladle-' Nursu. It thoiouclily
competent. Enquire- at No. 121 King
Street. 7 i tw
NOTICE.
rpo THE UKKDITOKS OF h,
KAL
A tfifen.
The undersigned Assignee of L. Kid.
tifi;n, luis pio-cutid Ids icport to the
linn. K. Prctton, Associate Justice 'f
the Supreme Com I, and tho said Justice
lias appointed THURSDAY, the 4th day
of November, 1S8I, nt 10 ii. in , to hear
snid report and licarhig lor n llinl (lis
charge. All poisons interested may
tlicn and tl:ere appear and contest the
same. - W. O. PA KICK
OU-th-t-w Assignee.
0.
KAVANAGH,
XJUXJUIXKlt.
Steam Keillors, Furnaces and It-inges
Set. Uriel; and Stonework done on
reasonable terms.
Alapal St., Second door from Berct'itili
Oidcisfrom the othei Islands punc
tually attended to. T2ly
NOTICE!
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
Since tlic publication of the October
Curd, the lollowiug addltioas mid alter,
atiotm have liccn made:
Xo. Xinne.
Jtt Attorney Gencial's Olllcc
lit Crowdcr, Jno, res.
IS Desha, Geo L, ics
:I53 Eagle House.
202 1'isiicl, 0. J , res.
liKI Kerr, J.. B , res.
170 Love, .The., res.
221 McLean Uro., re-s.
2 4 N amino, S. (Fish Market).
1!I0 Super, J 11.
24!) Talier, W. S,ie?.
220 Wainmau, Kev. J , res.
253 "Webster, It. N., res.
Subscribers are rimieslcd to cut this
notice out and allix it to their cards.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas" Mill.
WANTED,
A
COTTAGE, vithin easy distance of
l'ost Otlice bav. six rooms.
Furnished or unfurnihlied.
(SO W. C. PEACOCK'.
REMOVAL.
MR. MAX ECKART has icmoved
hls.leweliy Maaul'.ietoiy to Fort
Sheet, just above the Sho-iling Gallery,
where he will carry on his regular busi
ness. 48 lin
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Honokaa Sugar Company the
following ofUcets were duly elected for
the ensuing year:
F. A. BOHAEFER : : : President
I. HOTING : : : : : Treasurer
II. REN.TES : : : : : Secretary
M. McINERNY : : : : : Auditor
II. KENJKS, Seciciary.
Honolulu, Oct. 2!)th, 1885. 70 Ot
Yosemite Skating
SCHOOL,
BRAND RUHNINB RAGE !
ONE HOUR,
3ro t you please!
ON
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 3rd,
At 8 o'clonk.
First Prize -Second
Prize
- Gold Medal
Silver Medal
Best two out of three wins prizes
All entries to ho closed on Saturday
evening, Oct. 30th. Admission 25 cents.
Band iu attendance.
Thos. Lindsay,
MANUFACTURING JEWELER.
1G8
No. CO "Nnuanii Street.
ly
COTTAGE TO LET.
37UHNISHBI) OH UNFURNISHED.
? A Coltago on Lunalllo and 1'ilUol
Streets, furnished complete for House,
keeping. Use of horso and carriage;
largo garden. Apply to
CIIAS.J.F1BI1EL,,
48 tf Cor. Fort & Hotel U
COTTAGE TO KENT,
COTTAGE, CORNER OF KINAU
and Peusacola streets. Jixiniioof
WJI. O ATWATEU,
0!) lw Government Building
New Photograph Rooms,
OVER Nlcliol'fl More, Fort street,
next the Shooting Gallery, 1'ic
lures, Portraits and views. Firbtclais
work, putisfactlon guaiauteed.
'dOly J. A. G ON SALVES.
The Eagle House,
illlllifet
1?" milium "Valley.
I'oonntoht, vlli or without L'onrd.
T1.KMH IIKASONAME. 'I lie bouse
li now ready for occupation.
MRS. J. T. WHITE,
Manageress.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, lSEC. C!) 2v
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Hive jut received a few more
I'aloiil
ILTER PIUSES,
ALSO
ROOFBNG SLATES.
35tr
DRAY ML If- W .
LL oiders for Cartaee promptly at
J:. leaded to. Particular attention
paid to thu
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to (uit at lowest pi lees.
Office, adjoining E. F. A'dams & Co.'s
auction room.
982 ly Mutual Telephone No. 1!).
TO THE PUBLIC.
TIg Facile Transfer Co.
Olllcc with C. K. Miller,
42 Merchant Street,
Bell Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 391.
1 am fully prepared to do all kinds of
drayagc, hauling or moving work, all of
which I will guuranleu to execute faith
fully. G2 ly S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, la quantities
to suit :
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Woo, Sawed and Split.
Manieuio Hay,
Califoinia.Hay,
Bran, O.ils,
Bailey, Com,
Cracked Corn,
"Wheat, etc.
Orders are hereby solicited and will
be dclivcied at any locality within llie
city limits.
nvo. a icino street.
ltoth Telephones. 1M7. (U
6. E. FRASHER,
di:ai.kh in .
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Livennoro Hay,
Whole Barley,
Crushed Bat ley,
Oil Cake Meal,
0at3, Bran,
Order left at Ofllce, with N. F. Uur
gess, t?l King Stieet, will ho promptly
attended to. 0'Jly
Having now pissed into lU,o bands
of rchpotiHlhlo parlies is prepared nt
short notlco-ln do all Washing in a Su
perior .Marnier. A comileralilo
KEBUOTION
has been mado from the bcalo
foiuicr rates, and
of
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to Ail
"Who will favor thq Establishment
with a trial. ICO
ATTENTION !
KEEP YOUR HORSES HEALTHY
and avoid cxeubslvo sweating by
having them clipped with tho Patent
Lightning Horso Clipping Machine.
Hoiscb called for and returned freo of
charee. Rlug up Telephono No. U2.
Or apply lo MILKS & HAVLEY,
(it) lin Hawallau Hotel Stables.
EUSTACE kWRSm
lW'UIUMMrtiliWiiiiu
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
APRSL 30th-OCTOBER 16, 1886.
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