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rl"UIE I'N'DERSIGN'EI) have fonned
JL u uoniii tneihtp wider the tlrm
name of ' SPRKCKKLS & Co." for the
purpose of cnirylngon a general bank
ing ami exchange busine" nt Honolulu,
and such other places in Hie Hawaiian
Kingdom os may he dcetnul advisable.
vm o ihwin.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. Mill, 1MH.
Retelling to the aboo we beg to in
f 01 m tlio business public Hint we are
prcpaiod to make buns dirount nppiov
cd notes ami puiehase eschange at the
host euneiil iatos. Our uriaugenients
for celling eschango on the principal
points in the United States Einope,
China, Japan and Australia an- being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will lie given. We shall also be prepared
to lccolvc depolts on open account,
make collection", and comluci a geuenl
banking and exchange hiidnc .
010 3inb (signed) SPRECKELS & Co.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bat established for tho Wo&t of nil,
THIS DAY'S D01NCS.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
Oahu Loile, No. 1 K. of 1 7:30.
Eethcl rruyur Meeting, a.17 :30.
Fori St. Church, Prayer Meeting
St. Amlicw's Cathedral, usual
A CABLE TO THE COAST.
It has long been conceded that a
submarine cable, between Hawaii and
San Francisco, would be a great
boon to this Kingdom. It certainly
would be to the newspapers. Tlicie
is more prospect, al present, of our
having a cable than thcic has been
herctofoie. At the Australasian
Inter-Colonial Convention the desi
rability of increased telegraphic com
munication with England was fully
discussed. The colony of New
South Wales pioposed a line to San
Francisco, via New Caledonia, Fiji
The Altu California, while advo
cating the recommendation of New
South Wales and pointing out the
commeicial advantages to be deiivcd
therefrom, says: "In the lemarks
made before the Australasian Con
vention by Ilonoiable W. 15. Dalley,
the Attorney-General of New South
Wales, he estimated the cost of a
cable between that colony and San
Francisco via Honolulu, at 2,000,
000, or, say 810,000,000. This
route was surveyed by the United
States ship Tuscaioia, and found to
present no unusual didiculties. In
Australia public woiks of this cha
racter arc often undertaken by the
colonial governments, and it is under
the impression that the colonics in
without inlet est (not pecuniary) in
the regular galliot inga. Our daily
contemporary having tepoiled at
length the ptocecdings of last week's
"in older" business, wc "mo only
able to record the subsequent pio
codlings after an adjournment was
made below. The floor was admired
and tlicie were cties of " let's give a
dance," suiting the action to the
word two of the nimblest athletes
whirled round llie loom till ihey
wcie slopped by Hie e.seiciscs of two
clubbing piofessionals who tried to
dash out their biains and smash the
tloor. The pfano was opened and
the Southern lit coze was rendered
with much precision and pathos.
Road Sttpci visor Hat I, being desir
ous of encouraging the association)
has tliototighly tcpaircd the upper
pail of Foit Street; and not wishing
that the lising generation should be
cut off in the llower of their youth,
by In caking their necks on the exe
crable sidewalks, he intends also to
repair them sonic day. The mem
bers, who have been practising legtt
huly this week, will to-morrow give
the chorus of the Southern Breeze,
if the piano has been tuned, and the
proceedings will close with a boxing
match between the rcpicsenlatives
of the Gac((p and Advertiser, two
valiant Britons, who will then settle,
once for all (?), their widely differ
ent views on politics. Fmthcr dis
cussion to be defencd till subsequent
issues. With bitch attractions wc
expect to see at least the necessary
number of Twenty-Five which con
stitutes a quorum.
rj"MIE MAlLby the
X S. H. jIniiioHn,
Will close at the l'ost Ofllce,
At 10 o'clock si. in, Friday,
Fclmmry 15, 18S4,
A" LATE LETTER HAG " will be
kept open on the nioinlng other
sailing from 10 till 11 :30 a.m., to 1 ecelvc
latclellcifl, on which an additional ice
of Vivo Cents each letter must ho paid.
LE'lTEltS for REGISTRATION will
ho recehed till t) o'clock on Friday
MONEY OIIDKHS on the United
Slates will he issued for this mull on
Thursday till 2 p.m., but not on Fiidny
Post Ofllce, Honolulu, Feb. 1!5, 1881.
lllack Iloise, with
lump on oil' side of the
face, Middle nml biidlc.
The liorso was hitched
un oiinoMto the Hell
Towci and taken away fioin there on
Monday evening. Finder will be le
waidcd on lctuinlng the above to No.
"llOllerctnniaSt. 035 tfti
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Trog'loa & Atwator,
Tailors ami Clothiers,
r w $topp$ b
Four it Hot nil St.
Boots, Slioos mil isiiers,
fell -J 1,. AINMttt
tcrestcd might be induced to sub- As there ate at least seven indict
THE KAPIOLAMI IH DANCER.
About 8 o'clock on Sunday even
ing, one of the King's boat boys
gave an alarm that the Kapiolani was
sinking, he having noticed that the
scow to which she was made fast
was heeling over. It was found that
the Kapiolani had ncaily live feet of
water in her, and a gang of men was
set to work to bail her out. As the
watci dccicascd it was found that
two of the cocks had been turned
on, thus filling the vessel. After
four bonis haul woilc she was em
ptied and removed alongside the
Kale where she lias since remained
without taking in a dtop of water.
This clearly shows that a deliberate
attempt to sink the Kapiolani was
made by sonic despicable cowaul.
ARREST OF THOMASQUIRK.
Chief Crowley received a despatch
yesterday, announcing the expected
news that the liatk Henry James,
having on boaid the haibor defaul
ter, Thomas Quirk, had arrived fiom
Honolulu and that the fugitive was
in the custody of the Astoiia police.
AT KAPIOLANI PARK,
Is the Favori 07 Suburban
It is open Every Day
DSLo & i o slinxeTiit
Can always lie supplied, as well as
Fic-h Ah 111 the Country.
Ol-i I111 Piopiiotor.
THE OLD CORNER
llAirr linos., : : Proprietors.
M E ALS
Sen oil up in lli.it-elas style n t all bonis
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. in.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
i&c, tec. Alo,
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
begs to Infoim the public
that ho hat. lust received iici
" Mmlposa " ti iaigo nscnilmunl of
Ladies', Misses' anil Cliiltlrcn's
MllOES AND SHIPPERS,
Also, Men's Boots and Shoe, all of
which arc of the finest quality, and will
Al llio Iio mom! poNsllilo iirlrcs.
JL aiiv niut of tlie Oily or buuuins. l-f, a
J J (l3!5
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
BftBlfl B CTRM M
: OUll OWN PATENTS : ,
llipil,lnB Plow1, Itlco Plows B tn i:t Inch, Uullhnloii and lloivc Haiiows
BUCKEYE MO WEES
A. g'i'iciul'tiii.viil ICut pleiBicail &
A ery complete Aoilment
Mtigncso Oalcite 'Firo Proof Safes, abso
lutely lire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WAKE.
Wire Cloth, Win- Xeltlnt;, Kico Cloth, libd Ciifics,
lllack and Fencing "W'iie, Pump", Windmills, Tanks,
Hydrauclic Rams, Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kcro-eue and Lubiicatliq; Oils 11 '.ptclalty, A good Stock on hand, and to nnlve.
Call and examine our JYew Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
V YOU AVAST a Cheap Job done to
. nny niut of the City or Sulmibs.
Xixl to Hammer's llauic-s Shop.
Ho. 96, King Street,
Telophono, No. 130
A. 31. MELLTS
has just leoelved a new lot of '
IMUfflOMUJMHn T mm
II' " f 'IJi J11. JUT 4C"fet.
TO THi: TKOXT
scribe to the slock of a cable com
pany in proportion to their popula
tion, tlr.it Attorney-General Dalley
segregates the respective amounts as
follows: Victoria, C-180,051; New
South Wales, -113,082; South Aus
tralia, 152,37:2 ; Queensland, 1'120,
f20; Tasmania, C3,113; Western
Australia, 1.'),937; New Zealand,
t'2G0,9Sf; New Caledonia, 117,
000; Fiji, 32,550. The Kingdom
of Hawaii would be invited to sub
scribe to the extent of 101,755,
and the United Stales to an equal
amount. It is not likely Conjjiess
would consent, but it would pay the
Western Union Telegraph Company
well to take this amount of stock, in
eousidciation of the increased busi
ness it would get. At picsent the
annual value of the cable business
between Austialia and Kuiope is
225,500 per year, and that would
pay a six-per-eeut, dividend on 2,
000,000, after deducting 22,000
for woiking expenses, and 71,000
for transmission of messages from
San Francisco to England."
THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Has adjourned its annual meeting
till to-morrow. On Tlnusday last
only eight members appeared upon
the scene of so ninny cxeiciscs, falls,
fun and fighting, but a eiowded
house is expected to-morrow in con
sequence of unusual attractions hav
ing been prepared. Hverythlnj will
be "in order" to-morrow night
though sonio of tbo members ob
jected to the meeting being "in
order" last week. The funds of
tho association arc reported to bo
flourishing, tho debt being small and
tho value of the propctty large, con
sequently thcic is a blight outlook
for those meinbcis who havo con
tinued their subscriptions, with or
nients against Quiik for foigcry and
embezzlement, letuined by the Grand
Jury, Govei nor Stonoman has signed
the necessary papers for the extradi
tion of Quiik, and the next steamer
that sails from this pott for Astoiia
will take Officer l'eckinpah, who will
return Quiik to the scene of his
swindling opeialions within a week.
It will'bc le'nicinbcicd that Quirk,
after he found out that a thoiough
investigation of John S. Gray's ac
counts was to be had, fled suddenly
to Honolulu, to be soon followed by
his wife. She, on the tiip down,
fell in love with the mate of the ves
sel. This episode was discoveicd
by Quiik after the vessel arrived at
Honolulu, and it subsequently led to
the firing of a shot by the wiongcd
husband into the tarry Lothario.
Quiik and his now unhappy wife
lived together in the Kanaka town
for some time, but not long ago.
Mrs. Quiik eloped with tho mate,
and together they sailed tho ocean
deep till they reached Astoria. It
did not lake much of Thomas' time
to find the loute she took, and he
determined upon wicaking vengeance
upon the dcstioycr of his happiness,
set sail about one mouth ago, on
tho bark Henry James, bound for
the town in which ho was arrested
yesterday. He disguisedJiimself as
well as he could and shipped as a
common seaman, but with all his
foresight and precautions lie failed
to elude tho eyes of one of his old
acquaintances, who pointed him out
to tlio police. Altu California.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
WK tlio Umleibidiicd Assignees in
the i'talo of Horatio G, Crubbe
and llobcrt Von Oelhiiphciiof Honolulu,
Jieiohy notify all pirnon. Indebted to
either of hilif estates, to make immedi
ate payment to tho Undersigned.
,s. .1. li:vj:y,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1881, 031 lw
The leputation of the siboc-nanu'd
establishment forSupuiioi Meals i'.'well
known, and requites no fmtlier com
ment, til!) lm b
A Good Pasture for Horses,
A. A. 310NTANO.
."i77 Cm .
a cuoicn lot or
rrtin: thinl assessment of $12 ."0 per
X bhaie of the Capital Slock of the
Mutual Telephone Co., is due THIS
DAY, and payable at my otllco.
Ticasuicr Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Full. 1, lfeSl. 5i2
MI5. CIIAS. nJHNKAUX will give
fieo instruction in lice hand out
line di.iwin at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, to
Mechanics only, on Saturday Evctings
from 7 to 8 l' si. Tho couo will open
December 8th, and will consist of twelve
rniIK I'aitnerslilp heretofore existing
-L between Wiseman and Ashley do
big business in Honolulu us Gcucin
Hutincis Agents, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Ashley retires
and Mr. Wiseman continues the business
and assumes all debth and liabilities
owed by tho lute Ann.
J. 10. WISKMAX,
E5i'Mr. Ashley continues tho hiulnoss
of Wells, Fargo & Co. (iu;t lw
nPlIK Stock and gooJ-wlll of a Shoe
JL maker's Shop In Wailuku, includ
ing a Howe I) Machine (now), lienclicH,
Lasts, etc. A good location; lent low,
and a good mutom tiade. Inijulie of
Ma Kukarl, Honolulu, or
II. L TOHXNIKS,
im lw Wailuku, Maui.
iTVHtlho Conviction of the pciton or
pouoiiB that cnteiedmy piemihcs
on the 'Jib of Jan. 18W, and lolihed the
lioiibi. and ikbtioyul scvcial lwg-, of
KO KA llOl'U AXA 1 l;n men a iniiu
men p. dm i liele til ma ku'u aina ma l;u
la !) o Iiimuui, 1881, a komo lloko o ka
luilo a hoopolnolii ho lehuklin o 11.1 Eko
Ai (n ka holoholoua).
Jan. lGtli, 1881. ' 010 lm
AVISO IJOUGIIToiUthe business
. ol W. II. Wilkinson, tliu under
f-igned is iiH'p.ued to cany on a genc1.1l
Kpre-s lJiisiiu" t; and hopo- by pionipt
ness and (IKpatch to mciii a tail slime
of the public palion.igc.
WENNER & Co.,
IIac on hand New Foicign and
1 Iome M ule Jew dry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pino, Lockets, Clocks.
And Omamcnlb of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sots--in Solid Silver
Suitable for Fi escalation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Kcpaiiing and mending in all
The Sole Aycnt for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
35-g GEO. E. SHEEMAN.
SP" XO. 12 KlMJ SlJll.I T.
'Pices and Saddles of all Kinds made to
older and icpairinglTiincss, etc., done
in slioil notice. All ciders pinmiitly at
tended to. 003 iy
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIEB&,
and .ill whom it may toncein.
jr,vip.s- The undersigned having
Mi ' Wiimide allei..t,ioiis, additions,
,'jw3Ja.ind iiuiirociiiuiits in his
i?naWew4 sAS lFACJ'JMMtY,
U now picparcd to give
TJiti Highest Casli Value
for nny quantity of
And will fill 11 Ish container for the silue
liee of cost to any one who may deslie.
TWOS. W. KAVlTilNS,
Honolulu Soii Woiks.
OJllcoin Illicit Iluildlng,
King sticet, l.cleo. 483 ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL I
J'alaoc and Viilcim JlniitclH,
K " Spin tan " and " Hei.iy Jainej,"
rnilKSK Favoiito Oils, equal to, II not
X Supriior to nny In this M.iikct.
For Salo nt Lowost Rales
Wilier Wholesale or Hetnll, by
Castle & Cooke,
573 Sin And Other Dcnlcis.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on maluii side ol lleretaula
Stieet, near tho residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Watei laid 011
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
also on Tin: 1'ju:m!m:s.
Tires and Flowcir. nio new planted and
Uiniimls nio well laid out.
ll tf g OIlUhAX & CO.
OF eveiy tle6Cil))tlon o.Neculcd with
neatness and dispatch at tho Daily
EEADT FOR FURNISHING- HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OK I.VEUY DESCRIPTION MADK TO OIlDHIt.
1 05 & J 07 Fort Street, Honolulu, If. I.
(ST Island Oideis will lcceive Fionipt and Careful Attention. GOO "in b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and Si
vy 7K-rMiJ,.'-u -,Tj.a,
75, 77 and SI
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Lato ai. ,T. RO.SIS.)
All ordeis for AVhcel-vehicles of every de-.niption tilled with proiiiptnev and
dis.p.ileh. First-class Mechanics employed all the year lound.
B3T FINJ3 CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIAITY. -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for u. TKA.M CA1IS, OMNIBUSSF.S, l'LANTA
TIOX WAGONS, 3IULK &, OX CAHTS, made to 01 dor, altered or rep.ihed.
Our llor.se Shoeing- Department
Is under the pupcnlslnn of a piaetloni man a mech'inio i-eeond to nor ". Wo
have no u-e for t.oaUing scnhls or lot tubs. All vniU guaranteed.
lOhaigei, modeiale. ' VII1TMAN & W1UGHT,
108 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Slieel.
FINE TURN OYER
FOR HALE CHEAP manufactured
No, 70, Queen Street.
I'X " .MAltIl,0A "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 a.5. cu:ghon&co
" ' -1' ' ' I . I
Grocery and Feed Store.
"TXObFK & EDWARDS, coiner or
Vl King mid Niiuauii streets.
Fmh Gioeniea by oveiy Bteainer. Or
dcrd hollcitul, and goods deliveied in
nny part of the city. fiUl Qui b
A I INK LOT OF
Mn (tin;; oi' all Grades
IIO'III WIIITi: AND COLORED
For Salo at
IS'i A. H. CLKG1IORN & CO
''PIIE icguliir weikly niecliue; will bo
X hell over DIAS" NEW STORE,
opposite liitliel, Kinii Stieet.
TlIRS. RODANET lm? lomovid hor
It! DiesMiKikinj,r Establishment to
No. 51 Borotania Stroot,
Next door to 3Iis, Dickson's.
Ofllce Sup't Water "Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persons having "Water Pi ivilce;es
aic not ill cd that thoir Water Rates
aro payable hcmi-nnnunlly, in advance,
at tlio ofllce of the Supeiiutendent ol
Water "Works, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon tlio 1st day of January and July of
each year. CIIAS. 15. WILSON,
Sup't "H nter Works
S. IC. Tvaai. Miniptrr of Interior 204
GoviuiKon's Ovvicv, Hoxo-)
i.m.u, SepU21, 1883. f
NOTICE Is lieicbyKiven that nodolits
coiitinctcd on liehulf of the Ha
waiian band will bo recognized or paid
unless oidered by the iiiider.-igne.l.
.0. O. Douikim,
Governor of Oahu.
ANY ONE found on my prcmUcs at
Aloaiinlun wilhoutmy peimii-sion,
will ho piosecuted for ticspasK,
O KA MEA 0 loaa nna maluna o ku'u
niua ma IMoanalun, mo ku'u ao olo nku
0 hoopilln no oln no ko komohewa.
Jan. lClli, 1881. (110 lm
ALL HILLS duo to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. ilOth, 1883, if not t-vt.
tied on or liefoio Fdiruaiy 11, will bu
placed In the hands of 11 Collector.
C02 lm W. E. FOSTER.
I WILL NOl'ljoiesponsiblefor any
debts fouti acted in my iiiuno after
this date, without my written oider.
Honolulu, Jim. 1, 1881. , (117 ilw
LOST on Satuiday nipht on Hotel st.
A iloublo EiiKiIah Trtivoling Rug,
a dyed sheeiukln foot rug, and an em.
hrohlered dusl.wi.tp. Tlio nliovo ic.
ward will bu paid 011 returning same to
400 G. IY. MAOFARLANE & Co