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BANK!NGNOTICr,.',
TMll" UNDERSIGNED have f tL.(
JL iv copartnership undci lb jinn
name of ' SlMlKlKULN & Co." Jot- Hie
purpose of cm vying on u gcucvnl bank
liiR ivml cM-hange buMiii,, ivt Honolulu,
and micli other places in the Hawaiian
Ktnudom as may be deemed advisable.
(Signed) OI.AUS SIMtECKKLS.
Win (1. 1UWIN.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, .Inn. Villi, IBS I.
Kcferiing 1 the aboo we beg to hi
form llic imslncsf purlin thai we arc
prepaied to make loans, discount approv
ed notes anil ptiu-hiiso exchange al the
best curient inic-. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on I he piineipal
points in tlii- United Stales, Europe,
China, Jnpan ami Austialliv are being
miuic, anil when perfoctetl, due notice
will be given. We shall also be prepared
to leceive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and exchange business.
(Ill) Unit) (signed) Sl'KECKl'LS &
it Co.
J Sung 8niui,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Forty.
Bat established for tho benefit of nil.
THURSDAY, FEB. LM, 1881.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
MORNING.
Regular Cash Sale, at Sales Room
of Lyons & Levey at 10 o'clock.
EVENINQ.
Social at Miss Brccse's, ?:tln.
HON. F. WHITAKER.
Anyone reading the leading arti
cle of Tuesday's Advertiser, and
not being otherwise informed, is
qgr liable to form a very incorrect osli-
male of lion. I Whitakcr, an ex-
'." Premier of New Zealand. He is
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called a "pseudo-statesman," which
'& we take to mean a kind of political
t quack, or a sort of counterfeit
statesman, and not the true metal.
But is lie in reality nothing more?
,-V - Bismarck and Gladstone have more
If" than once been called similar names ;
" , but they arc not such fools after all,
IK nor such ignorant, babes in stales-
,,r manship. We do not pretend to say
!j. that Whitakcr is in any sense the
' equal of Bismarck or Gladstone ; but
1 if they, the great minds of two great
f' countries, arc thought to be pscudo-
0-1 statesmen by some insignificant
"small try, a leaser miml 111 a
smaller country may also be under
estimated. Neither do we claim that
Mr. Whitakcr is tlic rcalest, or
even one of the greatest, statesmen
in the colony in which be has played
an important part for many years.
But we do claim that he is a real
statesman, of good ability and aver
age attainments, and that lie has
frequently been "thrust into promi
nent political positions" by his con
stituents, because of his "aptitude"
for those positions. Wc have' no
particular interest in Mr. Whitakcr,
oilier than a desire to sec him get
fair play, and do not propose letting
our contemporary have all his own
way, like a bull in a China shop,
when wc chance to know "some
thing'.' of the gentleman under dis
cussion. A DEPUTY SHERIFF OH HAWAII.
In connection with the recent at
tempted murder and suicide at IIo
nokaa, some interesting disclosures
have been made of the method in
which Mr. Sandford, llic Deputy
Sheriff of Ilamakua, conducts his
ofllcial business. It appears that
the man Ilamer, who attempted to
murder a Portuguese, had recently
been "left in charge of the jail, and
acting as policeman for the last live
or six weeks, although holding no
policeman's commission. Since his
appointment to the jail he has been
drunk on every available occasion,
and engaged in several titrcot lights.
The same (by that he shot tho Por
tuguese, he attacked and beat another
man. At the time thin ajf'air oc
curred, all the priionern tl the jail
were tit larye and there wan iiothiny
to prevent them from matiny their
escape."
The above information was pub-
, lished in tho Adcertiner, and, fol-
.' lowing close upon this case, wo liavo
received, from a correspondent in
Ilamakua, tho following statement,
' which, if true, shows that the loose
example, in conducting an inquest,
shown recently in Honolulu in con
..ncction with the death of the late
MivBucklc, is followed by ollleials
on the- other Mauds. Our corre
spondent says: Apropos of the late
inqiie.it in Honolulu, perhaps it would
' be interestingtosoinc of your readers
to know how tho thing is conducted
in tlio country districts, A recent
caso of manslaughter occurred at
KAikuilmclc j a native died about
LTUBffft t m3MvtowmtmitiitimmiitMmAvlcWit63m
seven weeks after receiving an injury
to Iiis spine. No sworn testimony
was taken in litis case, before llio
niun'u death, lie (Vied on Friday
sili inst., iiiul was buried on Sntur
dap SUb inst. On the follniciny
Tuesday the jury men were shown a.
ijrave ;i7 told that 11:11.9 where the rc
mnins iccre hurled."
Mv. 1). Sandford, lite Deputy
Sheriff at llamnkun, is responsible
for liiu existence of tlio negligence
and laxity of duties in both these.
eases. Possibly Ilainaktia is not the
only district in the Kingdom that can
boast of such a .Sheriff. Hut what
can bo expected after the recent ex-
ample set by Mr. Sandford's superior
olllccr in Honolulu at the llucklc in
quest? Mr. Sandford's aptness for
ollicial duties is only another proof
of the necessity for a wholesale re
form in the entire police dcpaitmcnt
of llic Kingdom. Mr. Sandford is
another of the "old school" who
should bo immediately pensioned off
to make room for more competent
juniors. We hope thai the next
Legislature will increase tho salaries
of Deputy Sheriffs so that the ser
vices of good men may be secured.
LEPROSY.
mi: mrrnioN to tiu: iouuhsn 1:1:1
i!i:si:vrATivi axi tiii: riiu.Miun's
ur.rt.Y.
The following is a copy of the
letter sent to each of the Foreign
Representatives in Honolulu :
The undersigned, subjects and cit
izens of Foreign States, resident in
Honolulu, beg leave to represent to
you the great alarm and anxiety
which wc entertain at tho great and
rapid increase of the disease of lep
rosy in this Kingdom.
For many years tlio existence of
this disease lias occasioned more or
less solicitude to all classes of for
eigners, and wc have hoped that such
steps would bo taken as would lead
to the suppression of the disease.
We regret to state that after I0112
and anxious suspense, wc lind the
scourge invading our schools, and
threatening our homes, and we arc
conscious of no sutllcicut efforts
being made to mitigate the evil, or
even to keep it within bounds. The
ostensible attempt to isolate, and so
limit the disease, appears to be en
tirely inadequate and delusive, and
wc believe the course pursued and
the neglect of practical measures arc
equally condemned by the medical
gentlemen, whose opinions arc en
titled to our most earnest considera
tion. The matter has become so serious
and alarming that wc arc compelled
to ask you if you can, in your high
ollicial positions, initiate any steps
that will reassure us and the inmates
of our homes.
We would protest against any at
tempt to raise party discussion or
political or personal questions on
such an occasion, and wc arc satis
lied that you, gentlemen, would re
fuse to be addressed in such a spirit.
Wc take the liberty of this step in
the earnest humble effort to protect
'our homes against a scourge, whose
approach we cannot ignore, and at
whose name every owner of a home
must shudder.
As the Diplomatic Representatives
of the natipns from which most of
the foreign residents have come, wc
arc assured that you will regard o in
action in placing this subject before
you as proper on our part.
The intcrcits of foreign as well as
native residents are gravely at stake,
and wc hope that by joint conference
and such joint action as you may
deem it proper to take, those in
terests may be defended from the
ravages of this terrible disease.
The petition was signed by sixty
gentlemen.
tiii: rui'Mii:u'.s ui:ii.r.
Jn reply to the enquiries made bv
liiu imu i-uiuiyii JkUlHCSUIllIlllves,
Mr. Gibson stated that at Molokai
and at Kakaako there were altogether
about 980 lepers that four hundred
had been drafted from Kakaako to
Molokai during the last 1G months
that never had greater efforts been
made, than at tho present time, to
deal with and control leprosy; that
sixty more lepers are expected to be
sent this week to Molokai. That all
the largo appropriation for leprosy
had been spent, and that an indem
nity for $15,000 will be demanded
from the Legislature for additional
expenses incurred on behalf of
lepers.
With reference to the reports of
the existence of leprosy in the public
schools, and especially in Fort St.
School, which have caused so much
alarm, Mr. Gibson said that ho did
not believe that there was a single
case of leprosy in those schools j but
that live children, -had been some
time ago removed from them on that
account. However, there would bo
an examination of Fort St. School
probably al once provided the pa
rents did not make any objection j
and that tho request of the teachers
at that school for such examination
ilw, f...... i?..,.:.. i .....
ujilti yiwwnfliinrninnrif nmiinrniim
and investigation, had been sug
gested to them by Mr. Gibson him
self. All tlio other schools would be
similarly examined by a Medical
Board, and those parents objecting
to llic examination of their children
by that Board must produce health
ccrlillcalcs, from family physicians.
Mr. Gibson assured the Foreign
Representative'! that lie would, as
J 'resident of the Board of Health,
do everything in his power to stop
the spread of leprosy but that he
hopes Hie result of the examination
of the schools will prove that there
is no occasion for the anxiety mani
fested. CORRESPONDENCE.
Cor.vspnndence Is solicited on the top
ic "l llic day, or what may become so.
We it-serve the right to excise purely
pciMmal matter.
Wo do not bold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor.
icipondents. Ei.
THE BOYS' READ1NC ROOM.
KniTOit llri.i.ivnx: I have at va
rious limes of late heard a good deal
about tho Boys' Heading Room, and
naturally expected that when I know
more about it 1 should lind a regular
well-ordered institution with books
pamphlets, etc., for the information
and culture of the young mind. But
one has to look in vain for such tin
institution. The reading matter may
be in the room, but the boys minds,
from what 1 could judge the other
evening, seem to be concentrated on
soniclhiuff far different. On this
particular evening each lad seemed
to be vying with another as to which
could make the greater noise, and
with one or two exceptions, each was
pulling away at a cigar.
Whether this was a gala day with
the boys or not, or whether it was
one of their annual dinners I cannot
say, but it seems to me that parents
ought to take a little more care as
to the whereabouts of their children
at night, and how they employ their
time. If such scenes as this of
which 1 speak go ou day after day,
(I hope they do not) what can be
expected of "Our Boys" as they
grow up into manhood? How can
it be expected that they will grow up
intelligent and useful men -when they
spend their early life thus? The
case of the present generation of
young men in Honolulu is pitiable
enough, but let us see if something
cannot be done for the future.
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POLICY COURTi
wr.Dxr.sDAY, ki:h. 20rn 188-1.
Paanui, drunkenness, lined SJ) and
costs SI.
6 MikcTavcs, J. W. Mitchell and
J. MeFarland, charged with the
same offence, each forfcitsd their
bail of SO.
Kuli, disorderly coudtict, was re
manded. Manuel, heedless driving, again
remanded.
Clms. Molteno and Malika (w),
brought up on remand, on a charge
of disturbing the quiet of the night,
were remanded to 2Ctli. The same
parties wcic then charged with adul
tery, and, on application of Mr. John
llusscll who appeared for their de
fence, were remanded to 2Cth Inst.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
Regular Cash Sale
On Thursday, Feb. 21st,
At 10 a.m. at Sales liuom will
be bold
Dry (roods, Clothing,
Purniture, Jewelry,
and Piincy Goods,
Choice Manila Cigars,
Darrein Prime Salmon,,
Bags ltr11.11 and l-olulcug,
No. 1 and !i Sugar,
Butter, Luundiy and Com Ktaicli,
AND AT 13 .NOON,
One Gent's Fine Road Horse
trots belter than ii miuiile, shown
u CO gait; 8 years old; sound
and kind
ONI3 BAY HOKSE,
broken to Saddle and Harness, (I years
old 1 and ,
ONE BADDLK HOltSU.
. Lyoxh & Li:v'"Y, Auctioneers.
Wanted,
ASUITAHLK giownGirl or Woman
to do light Iloiitu work, or take
caui of a chilli In a binall family. Kx
oollmit home and fair wages. Apply at
once to .1. K. W1HKMAN,
'HI lw Gcii'l Jlusinosa Agent-
To Let.
GNU S1DK of that beautiful tlfllco
now occupied entire by .1. 1",
Wiseman in tlio Campbell UlocU, Jlcr
chant street, witliBclect-nlllco Kmniliiic.
Apply to .1 . K. WISKMAN,
Oil tf General IJusincss Agent,
mmhtvtwinitmiWWlUmnmWiii& mBTtiWTdttta i MWiVJilM
INDUCTION IN PlilCtiS.
Trogloan & Atwutor,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Pout & Ilorr.i. Sts.
(ISO !Jm
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4 " AmMK
begs to inform tlio ptiuiic
that be ha- inst received per
" Mariposa " 11 large assortment of
Ladies', Misses' ami Children's
SHOES AND SLIPPI3HS,
Alo, Men's Boots and Shoes, all o
which are or the finest quality, and will
be sold
At tin liowcst possible price.
(W2 tin
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IV YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to
any part of the City or Suburbs.
JL Smith,
Jscxt to Hammer's Haines Shop.
(102 Iliii b
lo. 96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAVING l'.OUnilT out the business
of W. II. Wilkinson, the under
sij-ned is, prepared to carry on ti- general
Impress lJiisine.s-.; and hopes by piompt
nuss and (INpatch lo merit u fair share
of the public pationage.
J I. Einincvsoii.
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WENNER & Co.,
ioKT mti:i:t.
Have on band Xew Foreign and
Home Made .lewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sets--in Solid Silver
Suitable for "Presentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Hcpaiiing and mending in all
its branches.
The Sole Agent for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
5!U
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
VaJi"" Xo. '12 Kino Stui-i.t.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
older anil repairing Harness, etc., done
11 sliorl notice, ah outers piompiiy at-
tended to.
593 ly
Police.
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
p"j--tn,-r 'i'be undersigned having
"rlT!rNg?"lniiulu alteialions, additions,
l&!".'aHiN25i-ll
ill I IKCiM'
ivfccaanu improvements 111 111s
BCBPUW
fcni SOAP FACTWltY,
now prepared to give
The llig-liest Cash Value
for anv quantity of
And will furnish containers for the bamo
free of cost to any one who may desire.
TIMW. W. KAWJiTKN,
flouolulti Soap Works.
Olllcu in Uriel- Uiiildinii
King street, Lelco.
-183 ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL !
Inlnoo mill Vuli-mi llriuiilH.
Kx " Spaitan " and " Henry James,"
rpiIKSK Favorite Oils, equal lo, if not
JL Superior lo any In this Market.
For Sale at Lowest Rates
Kitlier Wholesale or lletail, by
Castle & Cooke,
Ti72 !)m And Oilier Dealers.
FOR SALE,
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makai side of llcrelania
Slieet, near the residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO OK Till: l'llUMIRi:s.
Trees and Flowers are now planted and
Giotiuds are woll laid out.
SSTApplyto
Jl if g C11UI'A5 tV5 C0,
Job iM-inting
OF every description executed with
ncatnesaand dispatch at the Daily
JlUM.l'TlK Olllce,
B00I8,
1
BABfiAfSE JBXFBESS
Smm
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S
:OUK OWN PATENTS:
ltrenl.luj Plows, Itice Plows f, lo IP. Inch, Culllvatorn mid llor-c ttaiintvs.
. BUCKEYE MOWERS
-A.gxiii.l i:iix-iil iffinpleiiLeJit
A veiy (omplctc Assortment
Magueso Caicite Fire Proof Safes, abso
lutely lire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SfLVElt PLATED WAKE.
WlieClolb, WiicNelllnij, ltico Clolii, Uiid Cages,
llhicl and Fencing Wile, Pump-, Windmills, Tanks ,
Hydrauclic Rams, Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oils a specialty, A good Stock on band, and to aiilve.
Call and examine our 2STew Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
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A. M. MELLIS
has juit received a now lot of
LK HOSIERY
AND
J j AD IBS'
Assorted
READY FOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
Parlor Sets,
Bedroom Sets,
Odd Chairs,
Dining Tables,
Centre Tables,
Mattresses,
Pillows,
Rugs,
Malting,
Lambrequins, Cornices
ok r.vr.nY 1)esci:itiont
1 05 & 107 Fori Street,
C37" Island Orders ivill receive Prompt
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
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7T and SI
King' St.
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(Late ar. .1. tco:e.)
All orders for 'Wlicel.vchiclcs of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
J36y FINE CAItmAGE WORK A SPEOIAITY. -a
Nothing too hot or loo be.ivv for us. TIIA.M CA1JS, OMNIB1LSSE3, I'LANTA
TION WAGONS, MUM & OX CA11TS, made to order, altered or lepaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
Is under the supervision of 11 practical man a mechanic second to 1101 ". Wc
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaianleed.
&-Chargcs mo'ilerale. WHITMAN & WHIGIIT,
103 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Sired.
FIXE TUKN OVER.
es s
FOIl SALE CHEAP manufacliucd
by the
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE
Manufacturing Co.
No. 70,.
Queen Street.
020 Sm
NOTICE.
A I ONEY TO LOAN in sunii to suit.
Kor lmrticularp. imply to
GEO. CAVENAGII,
Windsor Hoitsiuiniit
0.17 lnv
JUST KKC11IVK1J
KV " MAllU'OSA "
A Full Assortment
ov
American Groceries !
215 A. B. OLKOUOHN & CO.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WTOf-FE & EDWAltDS, corner of
T King and Kiuiami streets,
Fresh (Irccciics by every steamer. Or
der solicited, ami goods dellveied in
any part of the city, fidl (Im li
Vyorkiiiftnien's Union.
rPHE icgular weekly meeting will bo
X bebl over DIAS" NEW STOltK,
opposite llcthcl. King Slieot.
GEO, CAVENAGII,
0 It) Secretary.
Notice.
rruiK third nssesunent of $2.50 per,
X share of tho Capital Stock of llic
-Mutual Telephone Co., is duo THIS
DAY, and payable at my olllco.
A. JAKGEH,
Treasurer 31 ulual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1884. 032
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JERSEYS
Colors.
Pianos,
Organs
Guitars,
Accordcons,
Violins,
Banjos,.
Flutes.
Harmonicas,
Strings.
and Picture Frames
maui: to ouukii.
Honolulu, IT. I.
and Careful Attention
GOO 3m b
75, 77 and SI
King St.
Water Notice.
Office Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 18S2.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
arc notilled that their Water Hates
arc payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tlio olllco of tbo Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuuanu' street,
upon tho 1st day of January and July of
each year. CHAS. li. WlLSON,
Sup't "N ater Works
S. K. Kaai. Minister of Interior. 204
Notice.
GOVIUIKOH'S Opfick, HON'O- )
WJi.u, Sept. 21, 188U. f
NOTICE is bcieby given tbatnodebls
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian band will be recngnl'ed or paid
unlesB oidercd by the undesigned.
Jko. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu.
Notice.
ANY ONE found on my premises at
Sloanalua without my permission,
will bo piosecuted for trespass.
O KA IMKA 0 loaa ana niiiluna o kii'u
ivina ma Moanalua, mo ku'u au olo aku
0 hoopiiia no oiu no ko komohewn.
H. GEHKE.
Jan. lfltb, 1881. uio lm
Notice.
ALL HILLS duo to tlio Undersigned
up to Sept. !!0th, 1883, if not set.
tied on or before February 1st, will bo
placed in tbo bauds of a Collector.
X2 lm W, E. FOSTER.
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Notice.
"I WILL NOT be responsible for any
X debts contracted in my name after
this date, without my written order.
HAYMOW) ItKYES.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, .1884. 017 !lv
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SIO Itemwl.
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Hug,
a dyed bhcen&kln foot rug, and an em.
brohlercd dusUwrap. Tim above re.
ward will bo niild on returninir saino to
400 GW. MACFAHLANE & Co
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