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rpili: tNDEKMUXKU have iiuim-d
X a cop.u tncr-diip uiuUm tin linn
name of ' SPHIX'KKLS A: Uo." lor the
niupo'ip of currying on u general bank
ing and exchange bnslnrtu at Honolulu,
nuil such other places in ihe Hawaiian
Ktninlotn us may lie deemed advisable.
(Signed) cm-aus spiu:cki:i.s.
Win G. lmVlN.
p. p. low.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, lhSl.
Hofetiinir to the nboc wclioj? loin
rmm the buslne? public that wc aie
piepared to make loans, discount uppi ov
cd notes, ami pm chase ovehangc at the
best curt eat late. Our arrangcnionts
for selling echangu on the pi luclp.il
points in the United States Euiope,
Olilnn, Japan and Austiali.i aie being
made, and i hen perfected, due notice
will be given. Wo shall nKo be prepui ed
to leceive deposits on oiien uccouiil,
make collections, and conduct a general
kinking and exchange baslncs.
OlOanib (signed) Sl'UHCKELS & Co.
Plcdgod to neither Sect nor Tatty.
But established for the benefit of nil.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Meeting Stock Exchange, nl 11.
Oahu Lodge, No. I Iv. of P. 7:30.
Bethel Prsiycr Meeting, nl 7:!50.
Fort St. Church, Prayer Meeting
nl 7 :.'50.
St. Aiuhev's Cathedral, usual
The new bridge at Kolckolc, about
M miles from Ililo, between llaka
lati and Ilonomu, is completed. It
is n Howe truss bridge, 80 feet span,
12 feel wide inside in the clear, and
has been built a little higher up the
stream than the old one which was
recently washed away. The abut
ments aie stronger and heavier than
those on any bridge in the Kingdom.
Repairs to other bridges in the Ililo
district are being rapidly pushed
foiward; the abutments for the Pa
paikou biidgc arc complete and the
span will be forwarded to-day by
the Likelike. The next to be taken
in hand will be the llonolii bridge
near Ililo, which will be loO feet
span or 5 feel larger than the old
one. All the woik is being done by
the government under the supervi
sion of Mr. C. N. Arnold who pre
pared the plans.
CROWLEY VERSUS SQUIRES.
The following paper was read by
Mr. D. M. Crowley, at a recent
meeting of the Working Men's
Union, in reply to a paper by Mr. Z.
.V. Squires on the subject "How to
get rid of the Chinese."
Mr. Crowley said :
Since then the author of thai paper
has had il printed and widely circu
lated, it has been translated into
native and published in a native
paper, and copies -have been mailed
to the States. To all this there
could be no gieat objection raised
were it not that, from words on the
title page, it will convey the impres
sion that it has been printed for cir
culation by the Working Men's
Union of the Hawaiian Islands, and
is their manifesto on the Chinese
.question, to which I emphatically
object. I say it no nioie represents
the sentiments of the Working Men
on this subject, Jhan its peculiar
composition, lyric and otherwise, il
lustrates their intelligence.
My chief object in writing is to
protest against the piinting of this
paper in connection with the name of
the Working Men's Union, without
any notice of the intended infliction
having been given at a meeting.
Every member of the bociely stands
in the light of a partner, and no one
member has the light to allow his
zeal or vanity to lead him into pur
chasing cheap lidiculefor his pat t
ncrs as our poet-president has done.
Mr. Squires' characterization of
the Chinese in our midst is. to bor
row his own phrase "scarcely
human ;" it is extravagant, and, like
all excesses, will re-act in favor of
the parly maligned.
If the presence of the Chinese
here is an evil to the native and
foreign laborers, I ask have they mil
been invited hero" Has not the
Legislature of this country sanc
tioned and encouraged them to come
in enormous numbers, and is not the
native Hawaiian a majoiity factor in
the Legislature, and tho executive
which contracts the whole business
of the country? Why then blame
the Chinaman who comCs by invita
tion? If the native legislator is not
sagacious enough to know Jiow to
act in the interest of his own race,
might it not be well for hiin to call
in the uid of a few of the educated
Chinese gentlemen who aie oili.ens
of this country, and in whose su
perior business experience and public
probity the public would have con
fidence. Whether working men arc threat
ened or not by the competing Chi
namen wc arc not entitled to abuse
them ; we have invaded their coun
try against their will. What the
general public, who have come heic
from Europe and America, have a
right to expect is, that some plan of
immigration for population should
be followed ; but this involves look
ing to the fuluic, a feature ap
parently not yet introduced in Ha
waiian political economy. " LcC us
cat, drink and be merry, and leave a
mill stone for the neck of posterity."
As il is improper to introduce
party feeling, and especially religious
feeling, into our discussion, I think
the reference made to the Missionary
Party, by Mr. Squires, in the man
ner in which it is made, is totally
uncalled for and offensive.
1 do not defend men who, being
excessively wealthy, arc mean enough
to grind their employees down to
starvation wages, and yet can be
pillars to uphold the commercial
creed that, in this age of shoddy,
passes for the genuine teaching of
the carpenter, the fisherman and the
tent-maker. 1 know it is the ex
istence of such gilded frauds that
causes working men in other cities
to keep outside missionary build
ings. But, as I read the past history
of these Islands, I am convinced
that the missionaries have been the
best friends of the natives, that,
making allowance for the severe
Puritanism of early days, this race is
indebted to the missionaries lor all
that has elevated them above the
savage condition in which they ex
isted when the first missionaries
landed here. 1 am also satisfied
that in proportion as they wander
from the high sanitary morality of
missionary teaching, will they court
physical destruction. Therefore I
say it is not true friendship for the
Kanaka which can prompt any man
to engender ill feeling towards mis
My idea, and that of Mr. Kohm
and others, was that we might make
this society chiefly an educational
institute by the establishment of
evening classes for the young and
others, whose rudimentary education
had been neglected, as well as a
social meeting place.
The following is the score in the
rille match that took place on Satur
day nitcrnoon between Messrs. W.
Unger and Jno. Tr.igasar, !() lounils
i 2 :) -i r o 7
r l -l :) -i a -i
i ;) -i -i .1 ;i s
.1 .j .i . ,i ,i .i
i ." .1 -i -1 ! .".
1 2 V, -1 o 0 7
:i i -i a -i -l r
i -i ! :i .) 4 i
l i 2 .1 -l :i 4
r, i :j 1112
8 '.) 10 Total
r, .1 -1 .10
:t o -1 si
1 -1 4 -10
!il 1 38
8 9 10 Total
-I -1 0 3,'j
1 -1 -1 38
,r 3 4 37
3 -1 fi '38
U. S. S. HARTFORD.
The following is a correct list of
the oflleers of the Hartford :
Itcar-Ailiniral A. K. Hughes, Commander-in-Chief,
U. S. Naval Force
Captain C. C. Carpenter, Chief of
Lieutenant John A. II. Nickels,
Lieutenant li. II. Gait, Secretary.
Naval Cadet J. G. Doyle, Aid.
Captain C. C. Carpenter, Com
manding. Lieutenant-Commanders K. White
and J. Mai thou.
Lieutenants J. W. Carlin, G. I
Colvoeorcsscs, E. V. Qualtrough,
Ensign II. Hodman.
Chief Engineer J. AY. Moore.
Pay Inspector II. M. Dcnniston.
Medical Inspector D. Kiudlcborgcr.
Captain of Marines W. 11. Brown.
Passed-Afasistant Surgeons Y. S.
Dixon and J. F. Bransford.
Passed - Assistant Engineer G.
Assistant Engineer J. L. Gow.
Naval Cadets W. B. Fletcher, S.
A. W. Patterson, W. B. Whittle
sev, W. I. Grambe, J. M. Poyer,
J. 1 1. Pendleton.
Hoatbwaiu F. A. Drau.
Gunner J. G. Foster.
Carpenter T. II. Malone.
Sailmakcr G. Van Mater.
Pay muster's Clerk L. L. Brighnni.
Tho Hartford will sail on Monday
for San Francisco, Admit al Hughes'
term, on the active list of the Navy,
expiring on 31bt March,
.: J.&MU.; 4.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
By oidei of Messrs. 11. Hnckfeld it Co..
1 will bold a
One Day Auction Sale
DRY GOODS, Etc.
Thursday, Fel. JiSth,
At lOo'clock ii.ni,, to cloo consignments.
A liberal Credit will bo given
to the Trade.
K. V. Aimt", Auctioneer.
For Sale or Lease.
'"piIH Undersigned olVots the
Hotel Street Market
to :i lesponsible pm ty desiring to enj;nuo
in the liiiMinow. A1o Bulcher Unit 2
1 lories elc. Possession Immediate.
GKGHGK Git AY,
No. :i Adtiins L'liie
rpiIK Undersigned would be pleased
1 In obtain ii position as AViuehousc-
iiiiiii, Salesman, or Stoie.Ueeper after
., . ni'M tni; ni?AA'
No. !i Ailiuns Lane.
The Best IJrandu in the Mmkct.
Vcjn lie Oi'n.
I, (mc 1'isln'riiian.
V'u lc Or mcKiuiteh.
Tor bale at Huasoxaum: H.n'ns, by
040 1 m b Bea or Block.
"I ONKY TO LOAN in sunn to Miit.
111. For parliouhus, apply to
rrM-lE Undei signed bes to inform his
JL fiicmli and Hie public generally
that be has rented the shop and stock
from Mr. L. Way, and will continue
the business as Carpenter and Ituildcr,
and hopes by paying strict attention to
the lmsinct.s to merit n sliaio of public
Having rental my niemisea on Kin-;
Street, to Mr. Fiilz ilhelm, who has
acted as my Foreman for u number of
years, to the satisf.iclion of myself and
cubtonici-!-, and who is thoioiighly capa
ble of cairying on the business, I hope
my old customcis will accord him the
same pationage as thev gave me.
(it3 lm L. WAY.
Dwelling House For Sale.
rrUW HOUSE and LOT on the Kulao
X ktiliuu plains, situate on the inakai
side of Beretania street, and now occu
pied by Judge Mc Cully, is for sale.
Iiiquiiool S. 15 DOLK.
AT KAPIOLANI PAltK,
Js the Favorito Suburban
it is open Every Day
Cm always be supplied, as well as
Fich Air m tho Country.
II. J. NOLTE,
(11 1 lm Proprietor.
0"lUco Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July :), 1882.
ALL peisons having Water Piivilogcs
are notified that their Water Hates
aie payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tho nlllco of the Siiperiiilendent of
Water Works, foot of Nimanu street,
upon the 1st dav of January and July of
cachvejr. CHAB. 15. WlLSON,
Sun't A liter Works
B. IC. Kam. Minister of Interior. 20 J
ASU1TA11LK giownOiiloi Woman
to do light House woik, or take
cnic of a child In a binall family. K..
cellenl homo and lair wages. Apply at
J. 13. WLSLMAX,
Grii'l Husincs Agent'
FINE TURN OVER
FOlt HAF.H CllKAP inanufactiucd
No. 70, Queon Street.
A,Aiifal& j?.. .wifak -
nii " ' '""''" iiiii'iiiiiniiiiiiiiMMiMiwiiiitiiiMiini'ii''iiiMMii'
DEDUCTION IN PI J ICES.
Trogloan & Atwaior,
Tailors ami Clothiers,
Pout & Ilnrr.i.S-ii f:?0 ilia
M Ij. AlHAMt
begs 10 Infoini the public
Hint he lias lust iced veil per
" Mm lmv.ii " a huge itssoilnient of
ladies', Misses' anil Children's
SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Also, Men's Boots mul Shoes, nil of
which are of the llnest quality, and will
At llic Lowest iioHNlhli' prices.
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IF YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to
any part of the Cilv or Siibuibs.
Next to Hummer's Harness Shop.
(i02 :im b
Mo. 96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAVING HOUGHT out Iho business
ot W. 11. Wilkinson, the undei
signed is prep lied lo carry on a general
i:pre--s Hitsincss; ami hopes by pioiupt
ness and dispatch lo muiit a lair share
of tho public p.itionage.
"WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand Xew Foicign and
Home Made Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sets--in Solid Silver
Suitable for l'lesent.ition.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Hep tiling and mending in all
The Sole Aycnl for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
Xo. -12 Kino Siiir.i.'i.
Tiecs and Saddles of all kinds made to
older and lep.iiiing Harness, etc., done
in slim l notice. All oidci promptly in
tended to. CJ3 ly
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
iqjST-w. Tho undersigned having
i3jf!J'V'jfSSinia(lu alterations, additions,
LijiXSjk3and improvements in his
is now piepared to give
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for tlic same
fiec of cost to any one who may dcsiie.
TIIOK. W. JtAWIilXS,'
Honolulu Soap Woiks.
Olllce in Iirick liuilding,
King stieet, Leleo. 483 ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL !
1'tlIltCM' UllCl VllU'llll JCl'lllKlH.
li " Sp.utan " and " Ileniy James,"
rpilKSK Favorite Oils, equal lo, if not
X Superior to any In this .Market.
For Salo at Lowest Rates
Hither Wholesale or Hetall, by
Castle & Cooke,
072 yiu And Other Dealer?.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wido by 300 ft. doop,
Situated on inakai side of lieretania
Stieet, near tho residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON TIIU I'ltKMISr.H.
Trees and Flowers aie now planted ami
Gioumls aio well laid out,
J tf g 01115 LAX & CO.
OF every description e.ccutcd with
neatness and dispatch at the Daily
J .'JiMk " - A&k&k
Boots. SIiogs aiifsttprs,
ft 1 1 II7I VT,'2K I
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
: OUR OWN PATENTS:-
Breaking Plows, Itlee Plows fi lo 111 Inch, Cullivatnrs nml lloite llniioui.
BUCKEYE MO WEES
A veiy complete A'-s-oitiuenl
Magnoso Calcito Fire Proof Safes, abso
lutely fire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
WlieClolh, Win-Netting, lticc Ulotli, Blid Cnges,
llliick and Fencing Vi'iie, Pumps, Windmills, Tanks ,
Hydraticlic Rams, Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oils a spr laity, A good Stock on hiiiid. nml In nitlie.
Calf and examine our New Goods.
A. M. MEIYLIS
has just icceived a new lot of
READY P0R, FURNISHING- HOUSES,
Lambroqiiiiis, Cornices and Picture Frames
or r.vniiY nnscuii'riox M.Min to onnr.it.
105 & 107 Eort Stieet, Honolulu, IL I.
E2f" Island Orders will receive 1'rompt and Careful Attention. 000 :im b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
7 J5, T ami. SI
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(Late ar. .1. KOSE.)
All orders for "Whccl-vehicles of every description filled with promptness and
dUpntch. First-class Mechanic? employed all the year round.
JGST FINE CAK11IAGE WORK A SPECIALTY", -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIHUSSKS, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CAltTS, made to order, alteicd or repaiied.
Onr Ilorse Shoeing- Department
Is under the supervision of a piactical ninn n mechanic second to nor". Wo
have no use for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All vork guaranteed.'
$Chuiges modei ate. WHITMAN & WKIGHT,
408 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Stieet.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
The leputatlon of tho above-named
establishment for Superior MeUls is well
known, anil rcipiiies no further coin,
incut. . 010 lm b
THE OLD CORNER
Haut Hitos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llit-elass style tit all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. in.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
iVo., Arc.. Also,
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
SIX Hl'AHS, biiltnhlcfor bridging or
lolling puiposcs, or bhip's spars.
010 lm IIYAN'S JJOAT HOUSE.
- '" fc-'i JUnk $ iJ -
IS NOW OPEN
DILLINGHAM & CO.
75, 77 ami SI
ENGLING & SMITH,
Til & Sleet-Iron Work
1? JL.XJ 31X5131? S,
Roofers and Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tin-ware ready m de
or made to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposite Police .St'ition. 035
Stove Cool ! Stove Cool !
K-x. " Spartan "
Best Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pounds,
Fon Salk at Lowi:sr Hatks nv
027 3m Castle & Cooke.
ALL BILLS duo to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. aotli, 188U, if not nil.
lieu on or ueioio l-euruary 1st, will lit)
placed in the hands of a (L'ollector.
C02 lm W. E. POSTKR.
DUIUNG my absenco Mr. .7. Hyiiian
will act for mo under power of
attorney In all matters of business; all
bills against me will be paid by him,
ami all accounts duo mo are to bo paid
038 3w E. PKOlv.
ONK SIDK of that beautiful Ofllcu
now occupied cntiro by J. li.
"Wiseman in tho Oiiinpbell Block, Mcr
chant stieet, with select ollleo Puruiture.
Apply to .r . U. WISKMAN,
011 if General Busiucss Ajjcut,