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rlMlE rXDERMGNEP li.ivo fm mod
X u copniluoishlp under thu Hi in
nunioof ' Sl'KECKKLS & Co." for the
purpose of currying on n general bank
ing utul exchange busiiu-'i ut Honolulu,
nud such oilier places In the Hawaiian
Klngilom ns may he deemed advisable.
(Signed) OLAUS Sl'RKOKELS.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. Mlh, 188).
Itofcuing to the :ihnc wo beg loin
form the business public Ihnt we lire
prepaied to make loans', discount appiov
cd notes, and piiii-h.ic exchange til the
best ouricnt rales. Our ariangciiienls
for celling exchange on the principal
points in the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia arc being
made, anil w hen pctfecled, due notice
will be given. AVo shall nlso be prepaied
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
hanking anil cchnnec business.
OlOihnb (signed) Sl'UECKELS & Co.
Win gj Willi gjatiurni,
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, FED. 1-1, 1884.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting, BcllTcle. Co., 2.
Athletic Associntton, 7:30.
Entertainment, Y.M.C. A. ,
The Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Company will shortly issue a new
list of its subscribers who now num
ber 377, and, when new applications
for telephones arc executed, its list
will number -100 members. All the
lines appear to be in good working
order and wc believe that the com
pany gives entire satisfaction.
The Mutual Telephone Company
is also actively engaged in its new
enterprise, and has, upon its lists, a
good many subscribers. "With the
two companies at work Honolulu
will be well supplied with telephones ;
but it suggests itself to us that most
of us will be compelled to have- two
telephones in our olllccs and stores,
as a connection with one company
only will not give us all the facilities
necessary for universal communica
tion. This will prove an additional
expense to the public, even though
each company performs its promise
of reducing the monthly rates of
subscription which arc already much
lower than in most places in the
United States. The final lcsult will
probably be that the two companies
will consolidate, and it is a question
whether it would not be better for
them to consolidate at once. Com
petition generally pi omotcs business
interests; and business men, more
competent to judge, than wc are, of
the result of the rivalry, arc inter
ested in both companies. It is their
business to consider this matter, and,
while wishing success to a new en
terprise, wc still wisii success to the
old one which has hitheito done
The following is a list of qualified
voters, for the district of Honolulu,
who did not recoid their votes at the
recent election. Wc were unable to
obtain the ollicial list, but believe
that the following is essentially cor
rect. Those gentlemen whom wc
believe were absent from town arc
marked "absent" :
Alexander, W. 1).
Holies, 15. F.
lliown, Frank (nbcni)
ISriius, .1. II. Jr.
llrash, W. 0.
Baldwin, 1). D. (abeut)
Collin, E. S.
Crane, E. I).
Davis, K. W.
l)olc,.S. H. (iih-cnl)
Dtidoit, Chits, (absent.)
DoinluN, .1. 0. (ali-eiu)
Eiueri-on, .1. H. (stbM'ii!)
Fitch, 0. L. (absent)
Frlul, E. 11. (absent)
Oullek, C. '1'.
natch, F. M.
II lifetime, C.rr.
iloughtailing, 0. W,
Holstclu, I.. a
Hobioii, It. .
Jones, 1'. C. Jr.
Lucas, C. (absent)
IUZMUS, J. (ubgcut)
l.o ve, .las.
Mtu-fnihiuu, 0. W.
Monsarrat, 31. 1). (tili-ent )
Milton, 1. (absent)
Meyer, Win. (absent)
Olds. ,1ns. (ulbeilt)
Paiker, Jtov. 11.11.
Ityan, 11. 11.
Howell, AV. E. (ub'eill )
Uoblnson. O. T.
Shepheul. P. V.
Heal, W. It.
Siiulrcs. Z. V.
Stilling. K. (absent)
Total number of Foreign Voters 2:12
Number that did not vote !1
Wc arc endeavoring to secure a
list of foreigners, who, though qual
ified to vote, did not take the trouble
to have their names placed upon the
Ci.iYcspondenco is solicited on the lor-,
ic .'f the day, or what may become so.
We rcsene the light to excise puicly
AVe do not hold ouuclves responsible
for the opinions pxpicssed by our coi-
LEPROSY IN FORT ST. SCHOOL.
Emron Uui.i.r.xix: For some
time past rumors have been cuncnt
concerning the prevalence of leprosy
in this, the most important of out
public schools, but they have now
assumed a shape too tangible to be
longer disregarded by the public,
whatever indifference may continue
to actuate those whose ofllcial and
inoi al duty it is to investigate and
act in the premises. It has been
told me upon authority which I
tiust, that, as long as three weeks
ago, the teachers of that school
joined in a letter to the President of
the Board of Education, . setting
forth their suspicions of the ex
istence of that dicad disease among
their pupils. That, as a result of
such representations, Dr. Trousseau
was called in conference by the 1'ie
sident of the Board. That Dr.
Trousseau agreed to go and examine
the school provided he should have
the assurance that such pupils as he
found and reported to bcalllictcd with
leprosy should be at once removed
from the school, but that Mr. Gib
son refused compliance with this
very reasonable condition, in conse
quence of which no further ollicial
action has been taken.
If these facts arc true, it is most
deeply eiiminal in those concerned,
that matters arc allowed to rest if
substantially untrue, my solicitude
for the welfare of our school child
ren and the public at large must be
my excuse for thus bringing it to
the attention of the public. In any
event, let us have a searching in
vestigation. Yours, etc.,
Ci.aui:xci: AV. A&iiroim.
IMPROVING THE STREETS.
Editor I5um.i-.tik : There has
been recently a jury to decide
about the widening of Merchant
Street this pcrjiaps is the out
crop of previous attempts in that
direction and was and is required
under the circumstances of the in
creased traillc along that street. I
now wish to know how it is that Ho
tel Street is and has been so system
atically neglected. It is simply dis
gusting to foot passengers to have to
walk along that street, especially in
front of the International Hotel;
there is a dead stoppage north of
the cigar shop and a pool of foul
liquid always ready to meet the un
wary pedestrian in the night ; who
ever owns tho building ought to be
ashamed of this. lically sir, unless
these crying misfeasances against
the public arc rapidly rectified, it is
high time that a municipal act bo
pabscd for Honolulu and the pro
perty holders taxed for tho public
benefit. The Intciior Department
does not seem to caro how things go
cither with regard to tho sanitary or
gcncial welfare of the populace- of
Honolulu. I am sir,
Feb. ljtll. QjlSERYEH,
rpiIE MAIL by the
JL S. S. Mnriposn,
AVU1 close at the Post Cilice,
Al LO o'clock ji.in, Friday,
February 15, 183 1,
A" LATE LETTER RAG " will bo
kepi open on the morning of her
sailing from 10 till 11 :!I0 a.m., to receive
late letters, on which an addilloiml fee
of Five Cents each letter must bo paid.
LEITEHS for REGISTRATION will
be received till !) o'clock on Fildny
MONEY OHDEltS on tho United
Slates will bo issued for this mail on
Thuisday till 2 p.m., but ;or on Filday
11. M. AV1IITNEY, P.M.G.
1'os.t Office, Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1881.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
WJ E the Undersigned Assignees in
V T the estate of Horatio O. Crabbc
and Robot I Von Oclhiipben of Honolulu,
heicby notify all persons Indebted to
either of said estates, to make imuiodi
ate payment to the Unilei signed.
S. J. LEVEY,
Honolulu, Feb. 8, 1881. (Ml lw
AT KAIMOLANI PANIC,
Is the Favorite Suburban
It is open Every Pay
Can always bo supplied, as well as
Fresh Air in the Country.
IT. .7. NOLTE,
014 1m Piopiictor.
THE OLD CORNER
llAitT Bnos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c, itee. Also,
Iced DOx'inlvS J
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
10 THE 1'llOXT
Tho leputation of the above-named
establishment for Supci lor Meals is we'll
known, and rapines no fmtlier com
ment, (ill) lni b
A Good Pasture for Horses,
a near toavn.
t& f-J IlHJllilCtO
A. A. MONTANO.
a cnoicr. lot or
245 A. S. CLEGIIOUN & CO.
rrtHE third assessment or ..2.00 per
JL share of the Capital Stock of tins
.Mutual Telephone Co., is duo THIS
DAY, and payable at my ollke. ,,
Tie.isuior Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1S81. (i:!3
ME. CHAS. FURNEAUX will give
fiee instruction in free hand out
line drawing nt the Y. 31. 0. A. Hall, to
Mechanics only, on Saturday Evcxing?
from 7 to 8 vn. The couis'e will ojien
December 8th, nnd will consist of twelve
rpiIE Pnitncrshlp horctofoio existing
JL between Wiseman and Ashley do
ing business in Honolulu as General
Uiisineti Agents, is llils day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Ashley ret lies
and Mr. AViscmau continues tho business
and assumes all dubu and liabilities
owed by Hie late fit in.
.f. E. AVISEMAX,
AV. G. ASHLEY.
IMi-. Ashley continues the hu-lness
of 'ell, Furgo & Co. (i'Jil lw
rpiIE Stock and good-wlll of a Shoe
X maker's Shop la AValluku, hicliul
lug a Howe D Machine (new), llcnehes,
Lasts, etc. A good location: icnl low,
and a good custom trade. Inquire of
Ma Eckart, Jlonolulu, or
II. L. TOEXNIES,
023 1 w AVnlluku, Maul.
FOE the Conviction of the pcrnon or
persons that entered my pieinisc-s
on the !lth of Jan. 18ai, and lobbed tho
house, and drstroyed soveial bags of
NO KA IIOPU AXA 1 ka men a man
men palm I helu ai ma ku'u ulna ma ka
hi ! o ianuKii, 1881, a konio Iloko oka
hale a hoopniuoia hu Ichulchu o nn Eko
Ai (a ka lioloholoua).
Jnn, 15th, 1884. 010 lm
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Tregloan & A levator,
Tailors and Clolhiors,
Font & IIoti.i.Sis
begs to Inform the public
that he has hist receivid per
" Mariposa " a large nssoitincnt oT
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Also, Men's Hoots and Shoes, all of
which arc of the finest ipmllty, and will
At the Iiowt'Ht iinxsilile iirlces.
Ring up iclcphono No. 202.
F YOU AVANT a Cheap Job done to
any part or thu (Jity or huburns.
Xcxt to Hamniei's Harness Shop.
COS 3ni b
$To. 96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 1 30
HAVING BOUGHT out the business
of AV. II. AVilkinson, the under
signed is jueparud to carry on a general
Express ISusincNs; and hojies by piompt-ne.-.s
and dNiiatch to merit a lair sialic
of the public pilionage.
WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand Xew Foieign and
Home Made .Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sots--in Solid Silver
Suitable for Picscntntioii.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Hopaiiing and mending in all
TIlG Solli AfClllO)' Jxinfs
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
tt& GEO. E. SHERMAN.
P Xo. -12 Kixo S-i nni.T.
Tieesmul Saddles of all kinds made to
older and icpairing Harness, etc., done
in shoit notice. All oidcis piomplly at
tended to. 593 ly
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
I'rprpj- The undersigned hiving
fflJtirW5Imndo allei.itions, additions,
'pjb3und improvement-, in his
Bis'-ytwi SOAP FACTOKY,
is now piepared to give
TJie Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnisli container for the same
fiee of cost to any one who may desire.
TiHMs. W. 1EAWJLEKS,
Honolulu Soap AVorks.
Ofllco in Urick Buihling,
King slicet, Lelco. 483 ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL !
1'iiliiou and Viilojiii ItraixlH.
E. " Spailim " and " Henry James,"
rpilESE Favoilte Oils, equal to. if not
JL Superior to any In tins Market.
For Salo at Lowest Rates
Either Wholesale or Itetail, by
Castle & Cooke,
572 3m And Other Dealeis.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. vido by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makal bide of lleictaiiia
Street, ncjar the residence of Jlr. AVong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
Ai.i-0 on Tin: i'iii:misi:p.
Trtuinml Flowers nio now planted and
Oioundbiuo wull laid out.
tf g OUULAN& ca
OF every description executed with
neatness and dispatch at tho Daily
Bills, Shoes ail Slurs,
UlM Ji, lh 1
DITJj INGHAM & CO.'S
: OUlt OWN PATENTS :-
P.rcaklng Plows, liico Plows 5 lo li) Inch, Cultivators and Horfc Hnirnws.
A veiy complete Asoitment
Magucso Oalcitc Fire Proof Safes, abso
lutely fii'e proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WAKE.
AVhc Cloth, AVIre Netting, Pice Cloth, Hltd Cages,
lllack and Fencing AVite, Pumps, Windmills, Tanks,
Hyclrauclic Rams, Ski tig ate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oils a specialty, A good Stock on hand, and to arrive.
Call and examine our JSrew Goods,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
trt w nntuva
A. M. MELL1S
has just received a new lot of
READY FOR FUMISHING- HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OP EV11IIY rjKSCltll'TION MADU TO OllDUR.
105 & 107 Fort Street,. Honolulu, II. I.
EST Island Orders will icceive Trompt and Careful Attention. COO 3m b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 Jiiul SI
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Liitto 31. .T. JIOS33.)
All orders ior AVlicel-vehiclcs of every description tilled with promptness and
dUpatci. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
HOT FINE CAIIIITAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
NothniK too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OJINIBUSSES. PLANTA
TION AVAOONS, JtULi: & OX CAKTS, made to older, altered or lepaiied.
Our Horse Shoeing" Department
Is under the supervision of a piactical man a mechanic second to noi.'.'. We
have no use for soakini; scalds or lot tubs. All work guniantced.
"Charges moderate. AVIIITiAIAN it AVRIGI1T,
408 ly 75. 77 and 81 Klnjr Street.
FINE TURN OVER
Seat Brakes I
FOlt SALK C1IBA1' manufactured
No. 70, Queen Street.
.S II ST K"KCEIVK1
I'X " MAItn'OSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
A. S. CLKGlfOKN&CO
Grocery and Feed Store.
TTW-OIiPH & EDAVAltDS, comer of
V T King nn.l Nuiiiinu directs.
Fresh Gioccileb by oveiy btcamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods dcllveied in
any pan of the city. fiUl Cm b
A l INK LOT OF
Matting oi'all Grades
UO'III AVHITE AND COLORED
Tor Bale at
m A. S. CLEGIIORN & CO
rrMIK logular Meekly meeting will bo
X held over D1AS' NEW STORE,
opposite Uethel, King Street.
Notice of Removal.
TRS. ItODANET has removed her
DressmaUiiig Establishuieiit to
No. 51 Boretania Stroot,
Nest door to Mrs. Dickson's,
wrtr . it nrjwgwcni tit -wn MruMmt
p75, 77 and 81
Ofllco Su't AVntcr AVorks,
Honolulu, July 8, 1882.
ALL persons having AVntcr Privileges
aro notilled that their AVntcr Rates
arc payable bemi-nnnunlly, in advance,
at tho office of the Superintendent of
AVatcr AVorks, foot of Niiuanu sliect,
upon the 1st dny of January and July of
each year. CIIAS. B. AVILSON,
,r rr ,r, , Sup't A ator AVorks
S. IC. Kaai. Minister nf Interior. 204
Govkhnou'b Ofi'iok, Hono- )
i.ui.u, Sept. 24, 188a. f
NOTICE is, heiebygiven that noilehts
contiaeted on behalf of the Ha
waiian hand will be lecogni.ed or paid
unless oi deretl by the undersigned.
Jno. 0. Dominib,
. Governor of Oahu.
ANV ONE found on my pieinises at
Jloanalua without my permission
will bo prosecuted for trespass.
0 KA MEA o loan ana innluna o ku'u
alna ma Moanalua, mo ku'u no olo aku
o hoopiiia no oia no ko komohowa.
Jan. 10th, 1881. moim
ALL RILLS duo to tho UndcislL'ned
up to Sept. HOth, 1H8JJ, if not tt.
lied on or before Febiuary 1st, will bo
placed in tho hands of a Collector
002 lm ' W. E. FOSTER.
T WILL NOP boicspousiblofor'nny
J. debts contracted in my niinio after
this date, without my written order.
, , t 31AYMOND HEYES.
Ilonollllu, .Tan. 21, 1881. 017 !lw
LOST on Satin day night on Hotel st.
A doublo English Tiavoling Rug,
a dyed bbcenskln loot rug, and an cm.
broidercd dust-wraii. Tho above re.
ward will bo paid on reluming biiiuo to
400 G. AV. MAOFAHLANE & Co
j&ifr mk$m&U &h ito &HM ife
!,i..i,,iAf-tL-Jtt - i k0"l'
,'SM$ '& ,?.,
,jf Kiffo"4'& tt yv.- '