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rpiIH lXDKKSlOXKI) have foiined
.L a copartnership undoi tho llrm
name of" SPUHCKHLS A. Co." Tor the
purpose of cairylng on n general ink
ing nml exchange business :it Honolulu,
aud such oilier plnccs In the Hawaiian
Kingdom as mnv be deemed advisable.
(Signed) " OLAUS SI'KKCKEI.S.
Win 0. 1HWIN.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, .Inn. 1-Uli, 1881.
Referring to the above r beg in in
form the business public that wo lire
prepaied to make loiins, discount approv
ed notes, and purchase exchange at the
best current into. Our arrangements
for selling cclmngo on the pilucipal
points in' the United Stite, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia ate being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will be given. Wc shall nls-o bo prepared
to icceive deposits on open acoonni,
make collection, and conduct a gcncinl
banking aud exohanue Im-diics'.
OlOSinb (signed) SPUKCKELS A, Co.
Pltdgtd ta neither Beet cor P.uty.
But established for the benefit of nil.
SATURDAY, FEU. 9, 1S8-1.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
mill Cliildicn from I) to 11.
Regular Cash yule, at Saks Room
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
Hand, Emma Square, 1:110.
Concert, Music Hall, 7:110.
Regular Monthly Meeting Mission
Children's Society, 7:00.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Uelhcl, at 7:o0.
Uetlicl Sunday School, at ! :!(".
Fort St. Church S. S. at Si : lo.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Uethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
Prayer Meeting V. M. C. A.,
Kiltie Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 0:15
WHAT THE ELECTIONS SHOW.
Assmiug Wednesday's election to
have been "a free and independent"
expression of public sentiment, it,
shows the numerical and relative
.strength of the two parties. The
district has 2,7-13 qualified voters:
1,042 came to the polls and cast
their votes: the considerable num
ber of 80 J abstained altogether from
voting. The total number of voters
on the uill of 1882 was 1,0 li , and
the number of voles cast l,lol.
Since 1882 theie has been a gain of
708 voters and an increase of 191 in
the number of votes cast. The elec
tion of 1882 was in favor of the Na
tional paity: the same result has
been attained this year, but with a
significant narrowing of the numeri
cal difference between the two par
ties. Two years ago the favorite
National candidate headed the poll
with 1,1.53 voles; this year with
1,129, showing a small loss of 2-1
voles. The highest number polled
for the Independent side in 1882 was
350 ; this year, 829, showing the
respectable increase of -179. So that
although there has been a considera
ble inciease of voting power the Na
tionals have not actually held their
own, but have gone back a trille;
whereas the Independents have se
cured the entire advantage of the
augmented voting power, besides
taking from their opponents a por
tion of theirs. It can scarcely be
said after this, that the Indepen
dents arc a few insignificant malcon
tents. If they arc in a minority, it
is a numerous and powerful mino
rity . The difference between 1,129
and S29 is not very great, consider
ing that the parly in power always
has the support, to a certain extent,
of men who are in the employ of the
A STOCK BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION.
A meeting has been called, for this
evening, of all gentlemen interested
in the formation of a Stock Hreeders'
Association, and, considering the
importance of the subject to bo dealt
with, it is to be hoped that there will
be a large attendance. One of the
objects of such an association should
be, we think, to prevent the importa
tion of diseased slock and to endea
vor to establish tegular quarantine
laws, in order to prevent tlio possi
bility of any disease in stool; spread
ing throughout the Kingdom. It is
well known that, at the present time,
homes are siilforing from glanders,
and recently many valuable animals
have been destroyed to prevent the
spread of the disease from which
tbey were suffering. Wc believe that
thine arc laws in existence, which
have never been enforced, wilh res
pect to the importation of slock, and
lhal there is supposed to be an in
spector of stallions on each of the
islands. Yel we have heard, on good
authority, that horses have been im
ported and landed on Maui which
were suffering from glanders ; and,
lhal the diseased animals arc now
turned loose there, undoubtedly
spreading their disease to every ani
mal wilh which they come in con
tact. Inferior breeding, deterioration,
the prevention of conlagiotls diseases,
strict laws against thieves, a regis
tered pedigree book, and the preven
tion of impositions by dealers should
also be carefully considered in this
Kingdom. There arc "plugs" innu
merable, there arc animals at lnrgc
which deteriorate the quality of their
progeny ; and no slops are taken to
prevent the importation of diseased
or inferior stock-. If a pedigree
book for Hie registration of all horses
and cattle of superior blood be estab
lished, il will be the means or caus
ing both breeders and purchasers to
be careful in the stock sold and pur
chased, and it will probably be the
means of introducing superior ani
mals, of eradicating the "plugs" and
of establishing, in lime, a recognized
pedigree for every animal, of any
value, in the Kingdom. The mem
bers of the Agricultural Association
should support the Stock Breeders
Association in every possible man
ner, as it will tend to improve their
legular annual exhibitions. In con
clusion wc hope that to-night there
will be a large attendance of gentle
men interested, and good work per
FIJI IN FORT STREET.
The regular monthly gathering in
Fort St. Church on Wednesday even
ing was largely attended. After the
usual opening exercises and the pre
sentation by Mrs. Crnzan, of some
general missionary intelligence, the
topic of the evening Fiji was con
sidered in accordance with the pro
gramme as previously arranged.
Mis. W. W. Hall first gave a sketch
of the geogiaphy and natural fea
tures of the country, illustrated by a
map of the islands. Dr. Rodgcrs
next devoted about ten minutes to a
condensed historical sketch and was
followed by Dr. Emerson wilh a
paper on the manners and customs,
art-., manufactures, elc. of the na
tives. In conclusion, Miss Cham
berlain give a brief account of. the
results of mission work among the
Fijians. In cinequcuce of the
amount of ground to be gone over,
and particularly of the length of Dr.
Emerson's paper, the meeting was
prolonged about half an hour beyond
the usual time.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Regular Cask Sale
Saturday, Feh JHh,
At 10 n.m., ill bnlc-. Room will be
Dry Groods, Clothing,
Oroecilw, Kuril it arc,
Ca-imercs, .le elry,
and Fnin-v "(!ood,
No. 1 and 2 Sugar,
Sacks lJrnn and Out",
1 bhls. Mulch Muteiial,
Harrels Prime Salmon,
AT II NOON,
2 Horse?, bioken lo Middle it Haines,
2 bet-, II unless, 1 l'lmeton,
1 Open Dually, 1 Top Uuggy,
One Pine Carriage Horse,
also, a I'oiiKlgimioiil of
"Fine .Live Turkeys,
Lyons & l.nw.v, Auctioneers.
OYSTERS ON ICE !
TO ill. HAD AT tiii:
BEA VElt SA LOOX
To-day and To-morrow.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and (Solicitor In Chancery,
Ofllco over Ledorcr's O. P. M. Raz.iar,
B, W. corner .Merchant and Fori Mi cots,
entrance on Merchant street. Honolulu,
II. I. 030 3m b
BELFAST tillS'fllSK ALE.
Haas's Ale, Uuiness's Stout,
Jcll'icy's Ale, .letl'iey's l'nrlcr,
Mll-XiIfllS'S 3-i. 151?.Gl.i,
In quails ami pints.
Scotch Whiskey, in eases mid casks,
Irish Whiskey, " " "
Uhirels etc., etr.
By nackleld & Co.
rpu LKT, live minute-; walk fromPo-t
Olllire. Enquire at
.1. M. OAT .lr.it Co.
United we Stand,
WISEW1AW a ASHLEY,
THE ONLY KECOGNIZED
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENTS
IN THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM!
rpHE NEW FIRM TAKE MUCH PLEASURE IN STATING TO
X the lluiiu!.- Community and the Public Generally, that they have tltted up
one of the lOlegnul Ground Flooi in the
NEW CAMPBELL FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
On merchant Street, Honolulu,
Where thev will conduct their Hu-ines hereafter, and be mo-l happy to eo their
patron1- and friend'- who deiio to be-low on thcni their patronage, feeling assured
that all bii-ines traiiMielioiis will be conducted by them in eveiy particular to the
bet of their abilitv. and on the mon reasonable hw-U.
Agencies : WeSIs, Fargo & Go
JIAN1BLE & ST. .JO, AND
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & QUINCY RAILROADS,
REAL ESTATE AND EMPLOYMENT,
Mvliial Life Insurance Company, New York,
CITY OF LONDON FISE INSURANCE CO.,
House, Money &JJM! House Biters!
JSraySpceisil attention in the following nepurtnient- will be our aim. amine
invite our caieful perusil.'in
Wells, Fargo & Co., general for warding and Commission
AGENTS Wc deliver Letter-, Packages Parcel and Money all over the World,
-end order- direct to our Agent1: likewi-e. lo be tilled and returned. Ship through
out the I'nited State and foreign Uoimtrie Merchandise. Curios, &e., from the
Kingdom. EfrAlwa- advi-e vour friend- abroad to -end Parcels Package-.-important
Letter- anil Money lo you through WELLS. FAltOO & Co.. whoo
Agencie.- aie e-tabli-bed hi all large citie- on the globe. Don't consider the ex-pen-e
when -ending through us a we will Guarantee you Sati-faetion in every
particular, and bold ouv-elve- rejpon-ible in all our undertaking-.
AGENT FOR THE HANIBLE AND ST JO, AND CHICAGO, BURLING
TON AND QUINCY RAILROADS. The-e Jloadi are the most Comfortable and
Inviting Hoad-going Ka-t. Touri-1.-will tlnd the Scenery, the Palace Cais, the
Station Pe-taurant- along the-e route- mot invitiugaiid superior, and Letters will
be given to all Traveler- and Tom-Ms going either as 1-t or 2nd ela-s pns-engeis
to the Principal Agent in San Franei-co. who will take special pains in making
you acquainted with Hallway Official through letter., -o thai your trip will be
mo-t enjoyable to the end.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. WE EUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE ill all
parts of the Kingdom, Search Itceord- and attend completely to every brunch
in Selling Ileal and Lea-ehold I'roperly. Our olliee will contain map of all
1'ropeilie- left in our charge. We make a specially in Collecting Pent-, keep
ing I'reniie- in repair. Faying and Di-iJiarging Taxe.-. Water Kate- and effecting
Iii-urauce-. Owners of Property -hould bear in mind that we will relieve thcni
from given their attention to Property, guaranteeing at all times to act with care
and for a nominal con-ideration lor services in this department. Itomus Cottages
and Maii-lon- to let at all time- on application to u.
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. WE SUPPLY ALL KINDS OP HELP, both
Male and Female, in all the various brunches of industry on the-e Island-.
Agents. Planter.-, and Merchant generally -hould notify u when vacancies
exist, a we will furnish no help Mich a-Clerk.-. Salesmen, Iiook-kecper-, Mechanics
or Laborer- mile-, well recommended to us.
Chine-e Servants and Female Servant will be -upplied to families at short
notice, for which a nominal coinml-ion i exacted.
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. Wc .feel il a duty lo call every
man's attention (particularly:! man of family) to keep his Life Insured for the
benefit of hi- Family, who so often are dependent upon his labor- for their -up-port.
Young men n'nd mechanic1 would Dud it the mo-t pleusaut duty of their
live to take out a Policy on the 'Tontine'' principal, when, in a few year,
-hould Ihey live, thev w ill have sulllclent funds to engage in bu-ines, w Ith a neat
liltle Income to back them. Wc invite you to calif on us when we will take
pleasure in illu-lrating to you how benellcial It 1 for your welfare to be Insured !
Kvcry man who own Property should remember that "Fire," that grim
messenger often makes the rich, or well-to-do, poor and poverty stricken. Let
this be a warning to you, and cull on us at once and protect your-elves against
MONEY TO LOAN. FROM $100 TO $10,000 ON FIRST-CLASS SECURITY.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS. We have made special arrangements wherobv
we can cuter Goods at the Custom llou-e through Power of Attorney, and we call
upon all Merchants aud Store-keepers to make us their Agents at once. Our
Charges for I his workaie very Pcasonable, and we will Kilter Good, Pay and Dis
charge Freight and Duty Hill, and Deliver Your Good direct to your places of
business In prompt order. Merchants and Store-keeper will Hud tin of great ad
vantage to them in every way.
General business Agents. Our long acquaintance with the llusine
Community Is well known, and we invariably keeji Inviolate all business mutters
of a private nature. Ilii-lne men -who will intrust their commercial muttem lo u
may alwav. feel safe In o doing. We study the interest- of our client at all
times, unif ndvife on all biislne topics carefully, based on our best judgment.
111 IIIU VIWIIUIIII J'linun T3 " f ii-v ttv ii.iv.... ... v.v,tMiin hi mo UlMIIMILl-
cial line, such u the following, vl. : Hooks and Accounts Kept and Adjusted Ac
curately, Neatly and Satisfactorily, Hill Collected Promptly, and Proceedings
Taken 'Agalnst'Credltors when compulsion require a speedy .settlement. Legal
Papers, of every description, such a- Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages, Hills of Sale,
Lease, Wills, Partnership Paper, iV.c, drawn. ALSO Adveillsemcjils.-Xotlees,
Article, Conuiiiiiticalioiis and Correspondence written. ALSO Memorials
Drafted and Kngros-ed. Drafts, Note-, Pill-of Kxchunge, Letter of Credit, and
Banking .Matters Generally attended lo.
In the General UiibIiic-s Department
ALL ORDERS FROM THE VARIOUS ISLANDS to Us will lecelvo prompt -ne..
We can purchase at the j.owi:-t MAiiitr.T itYTiis, aud much more reason
ably than you can, and we inspect everything before we buy, and, therefoie, it Is
lo your Intcrc-t to send your order to us, as we then become responsible, and the
small commission you pay u Is le- than what your purchase- amount to buying
a you have been doing direct.
CfiyAII correspondence to us we take pica-uro in aii-werlug without delay.
l.QrWo Invite everyone to Inspect our new and spacious office, and have all
our departments working under a systematic rule, with polite a,l-tant, central
location, and special advantages for conducting our bu-lue-s, we feel that the
community at lurgo will be grntllled in knowing that such a benellcial Institution
has been c'slubll-hed, wheio the wants of all niuy bo supplied by
Vour Most Obedient Servants,
WISEMAN & ASHLEY,
General liiuliiesit Aqcntu, dumpbeWs JSTcio Jllock, Merchant Street.
P. O. BOX Illn. TKLKPHONi: 17ii.
flgyp. S. Our Christinas and New Year's Hooks uro readv, aiuLnn applica
tion or by letter wo will present or gend you one. 500.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Trogloan & Alwator,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Fojit & IToit.1. Sis. 1150 !5m
rtT.i?-A. TllG American Ilk. CKYLOX
vTO'lV uow'dltclmigiiifi alllrewer's
yiy-ffi whaif is offered for sale. The
OSSSEaSZ' vessel in In complete older,
luw been newly coppered, has n complete
Inventory, and titled for a voyage to any
pint of the world. For fuilher puillcii
Uip mmlv to
C. lMlKWEH & Co.,
(11)0 2i Agent Hark Cejlott.
Divided we Fall!
we attend to everything In Hut Coinuier-
DILLTNGHAM & CO.'R
-:OUlt OWN PATENTS :
Hiealilng Plows, Hire Plows 0 to 1) Inch, Cultivators and Iloi-e Hiiitowh.
BU CK EYE MOWERS
A veiy complete Assortment
Magneso Calcitc Firo Proof Safes, abso
lutely fire proof
HARKftSESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SIJLVISK PLATED WAKE.
WiieClolh, WlioNctihig, Hiee Cloth, Blid C.iges,
Hhiek and Fencing Wiie, Pump-, Windmills, Tanks,
Hydrauclic Rams. Skidgate Oil in Fivo Gallon Tins.
Kero-ene and Luliiicaliiig Oiln a specialty, A good Stock on hand, and to imlve.
Call and examine our Jreiv Goods.
DILLINCUIAM & CO.
a yjEir aerojcjs of
Will be sold at. ii:ugnin.s, at
A. RE. lyiELLBS, 104 Foil Street.
BEADY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
wmiimr rr m m
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
or l.vr.uv liKsemi'TinK maw: -io ouii:i:.
105 & 107 Fori Slrccl, Honolulu, II. L
ISP l-'hu d Orders will receive Prompt, and Caieful Attention. (J0(l Jim b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
& ") i&. -"? --.
75, 7T and SI
,rwca-osissw'7 -?i ,-
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Tatc: 31. .J. 11OHI0.)
All order for Wheel-Chicle-; of every description filled wilh pi-omptm"-., and
di-tp.itch. Fir-t-elas Mechnuics emploved all the vcu round.
uar FINE CAllUIAOE WORK'a SPECIAITUY. -a
Kotliins too hot or too heavy for us. TMA.M CAP., (M XI I3USSKS lL NT
TION WAOOXS, .MULK & OX CAIITS, made to order, altered or u-paiied.
Our lfor.se Shoeing- Department
Is under the siipervihlmi of a iiraetieal man a inecli-inic second to not -. V.
have no use for hoahing fculdn or 101 IiiIb. All work guiiiaiiiced.
SOhirge-. niodemte. WHITMAN it WHIGHT,
0S ly 7.-.. 77 end til King St reel.
FINE TUKX OVE1?
FOlt SALK CHKAF liiiinufacliind
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
iim i: ioiir.
-io Tin: rnoNT
The reputation of the ahove-iiaiued
(ihtabll-hiiieat l r Supeilor Meals is well
known, and rcipiiies no fiuther com
uieiil. . 010 1 tn b
rpilL Skh k and good-will of a Shoe
.1 nmkcr'h Shoj) in Wailuku, Includ
ing a Howe 1) Muchiuo (now), IleiicheR,
Lanls, etc. A gio.l location; rent low,
and a good en-loin trade. Inquire of
.Max Kekail, Honolulu, or
il l. toi:nniks,
Mlw Wnllukii, Maul.
Notice of Itemoval.
,1'I1S. KODANKT lias lemovcd her
DiessmaKliig Ktablishinciit to
No. 51 Berotania Street,
Nest door to Mm. Dickson's.
il U28 1W-
U kLMKMMKCX X T"T 'I trtlT-i
,':.ti 75. 77 :ml M1
Office Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July 15, 168','.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
are notified that their Water Pales
are payable Bcmi-annually, in advance,
nt the ofllco of the Superintendent ol
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the 1st day of Januarv and July ol
cachvear. CjHAS.U. WltLSON, '
,., , Sup't ater Works
S. K. Kaai. Minister of Interior 204
Govuunoh'b Oi-i-iok, IIoxo-)
i.uut, Sept. 21, 1S83. f
VfOTICK Is heiebygiven Unit nodcbtn
i- contracted on behalf of the Ha
wailau bund will be, recognized or paid
unless oidered by the unilerlgiieiL
Jko. O. Domikih,
flovcrnoi- of Oalui.
ANY ONE found on my premise at
Mo.uuiluii without my permii'Hlon
will le iroeculed for trespnM?. '
O KA MKA o luaa ana inaluna o ku'u
aiini inn Monnsilua, mo ku'u no olc aku
e hoopilla no ola no ke komohewa
Jan. lijth, 1881. 010 lni
ALL DILLS due to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. aotli, J88y, if not get
tied on or before Fcbriiniy Ul, will bo
Iilaccd in the hands of a Collector.
002 n W. K. FOSTER.
T TOL NOT be responsible for nny
X debts contracted in my name after
this date, without my written order.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1881. 017 nw
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Ruir,
a dyed she-endkin foot rug, and an cm.
broidercd diibt-wrap. Tho above re.
ward will bo paid on returning game to
400 G. W. MACFARLANE & Co