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rpilC l NnEUSKlEI have imnud
X n copal tnership iimlci Ihu 111 in
name of " SPUECltELS vi Co." forlhe
puipoo of cm tying on n general bank
ingnnd exchange busiuc-s ul Honolulu.
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom ns may In! deemed advisable.
(Signed) CLAUS SPItEOKHLS.
Win G. lltWIN.
P. P. 1,01V.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, 1SSI.
Hctet ring to the uhoc wo beg to in
form the business public thai v,c arc
piepated to make loans, discount approv
ed notes, and pnic.-h.ivc exchange al the
best current talcs. Our tmnngcuicnli
for selling ovchango cm the piincipnl
points in tlio-United SUtc, Em ope,
Clilna, Jnpau nnd Australia ate being
made, and w hen perfected, due notice
will bo given. Wc shall nlvo be prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
hanking nnd exchnuue buslnc-s.
010 Smb (signed) Sl'HECKELS & Co.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
But established for tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1381.
THIS DAY'S DOINCS.
Mr. Attains will hold :i eiodit sale1
of dry goods, etc-, sit, 10.
Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 7:30.
AUDIENCES AT IQLANI PALACE
Yesterday morning at half past
eleven His Majesty' King Kalakaua
received V. A. Schacfcr Esq., Con
sul for Ttaly, who presented an au
tograph letter from His Majesty
King Humbert, who acknowledged
the receipt of the dispatch from Ills
Majesty of Hawaii, which had been
handed to him by Colonel Curtis
Iaukea; King Humbert, also ex
pressed his good and friendly feeling
towards King Kalakaua, and Her
Majesty Queen Margucrita also sent
her acknowledgments and thanks for
the Grand Cross of the Order of
Kapiolani which had been bestowed
Mr. Schacfcr was piescnted to
His Majesty by His Excellency W.
M. Gibson, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, who wore, for the first time,
the Grand Cross and cordon of the
Order of the Ciown of Italy. His
Majesty wore the Grand Cross of
the Order of Saints Maurice and
At noon His Majesty received His
Excellency Kolliti M. Daggett, Uni
ted States Minister Resident, who
was presented to His Majesty by His
Excellency W. M. Gibson, Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
Minister Daggett presented, to
His Majesty, Hear Admiral A. K.(
Hughes, commander in chief of the
U. S. naval force on the Pacific
station, and the following olllceis of
the U. S. S. Hartford :
Captain C. C. Carpenter, Com
mander of the Hartford; Jtio. W.
Moore, Chief Engineer; 1). Kindle
bcrgcr, Medical Inspector; Henry
M. Dcnniston, Pay Inspector; Jos.
Marthon, Lieutenant Commander;
Win. Itawlc Brown, Captain U. S.
M. C. ; J. A. II. Nickels, Flag
Lieutenant; Rogers N. Gait, Secre
tary to the Commander-in-Chief.
His Majesty was attended by Hon.
A. F. Judd, Chancellor; Hon. A.
S. Cleghorn, His Excellency W. M.
Gibson, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
His Excellency J. M. Kapena, Min
ister of Finance; His Excellency C.
T. Gulick, Minister of tho Interior;
Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, Major Pur
vis, Acting Chamberlain, and Col.
J. II. Boyd, Col. G. W. Macfarlanc
and Major A. Rosa, of His Majesty's
Correspondence is solicited on the top.
irji of the day, or what may become s-o.
Weievene the rigid to ccive puiely
Wo do not hold oui selves rcponsiblo
for tho opinions expiesscd by our cor
THE NEXT EXHIBITION.
Editou Ilui.i.rnx : I sec in the
papers that the Royal Agricultural
Society has decided to hold its next
annual show at Kapiolani Park. I
cannot commend the wisdom of this
decision. As to the Park itself, it
is undoubtedly a suitable place, pro
bably the best adapted of any place
procurable. But the one objection
to the Park is its distance from
town, and this objection is a very
serious one. If it be intended merely
to hold a horse and cattle show, tho
objection is minimised ; for the Park
furnishes every convenience for that
purpose, and the distance is no in
piirmountnWc obstacle to tho parti
cular class and sex of the commu
nity inleicstcd in live-stock. Bui p'f
it be intended ns I bcl'icu1 it is to
make n show of fruits, (lowers,
plants, agricultural products, agri
cultural implement?, and homo manu
factures, the distance interposes an
obstacle to success which all the
attendant conveniences and advan
tages cannot possibly overcome. You
said a couple of weeks ago that al
though the success of the coming
exhibition depends mainly upon the
exhibilois themselves, much also
depends on the facilities afforded
them. It can scarcely be considered
that compelling exhibitors to trans
port their exhibits three or four miles
out of town is affording them the
best facilities; and I am greatly
mistaken if a cry considerable num
ber of those who have hitherto in
tended exhibiting do not abandon
the intention entirely, solely because
of the expense, the difllculty, and
the inconvenience of transport. No
doubt, a limited few residing in the
neighborhood of the Park will be
accommodated by this arrangement ;
but the wish of a few should not
take precedence of the convenience
of the many.
Even if the distance to the place
of exhibition were not an obstacle to
intending exhibitors, the convenience
of the general public should not be
ignored. The amusement and edifi
cation of the people I presume to be
the primary object of the show. No
matter how excellent, varied, and
complete the exhibits, an exhibition
that is sparsely attended cannot be
considered thoroughly successful.
Besides, the gate money collected
from visitors should be an important
item of revenue for the defraying of
expenses. Can the people be rea
sonably expected, in any considera
ble number, to go all the way to the
PaikV Distance and cost arc not
likely to deter those whose time is
their own and to whom a few dollars
is no consideration, or those who
may have horses and carriages of
their own ; but it is very different
with others who have regular duties
to attend to, from seven in the morn
ing till live in the afternoon, and arc
not the fortunate owners of horses
and carriages; and, be it icmem
bcrcd, the latter class constitutes
the majority of this community. A
location within a few minutes' walk
of the town, where clciks, mechanics,
and laboring men, with their wives
and families, could resort after live
o'clock in the evening, would suit
the convenience of the greatest num
ber of people, and would unques
tionably attract the largest concourse
Of course, had some popular holi
day been selected for the show, the
objection against Kapiolani Park, on
the part of visitors, would have lost
half its force. As it is, if the So
ciety desire the attendance of the
general public, they should have
chosen a spot as near the centre of
population as possible. I am well
aware of the difficulty of procuring
a suitable place conveniently bitua-
led, but do not believe it to be an
utter impossibility. Why could not
Thomas Square have been obtained
for the purpose? It is Government
propci ly, and a Government which
has shown its good-will towards the
Agricultural Society to the extent of
a grant in aid, would hardly refuse
it the use of the Squaie. I know of
no more appropriate place within
easy reach of the city for shows,
picnics, and public out-door gather
ings in general. Permanent sheds
might bo erected of such a character
as to be serviceable for any requisite
purpose. If the Government would
not allow the use of Thomas Squnro,
surely some place could have, been
procured nearer than three or four
miles from town. At least, that is
the belief of
rpni: MAIL by the
Will close at thol'ost Ofilce,
At. JO ii.in. Saturday,
Muich 1st, 1884.
A" LATE LETTEK HAG " will lie
Kept open on the morning of her
Milling from 10 till 11 ;1S0 a.m., to receive
late lelteih, on which an additional fee
of Five Cents cacii letter muet bo paid,
LIHTEHS for KEGISTHATION will
be received till 0 o'clock on Saturday
MONEY OHDEHS on the United
Stales will be issued for this mail on
Friday till "J p.m., but not on Saturday
II. M. AVHITNEY, I'.M.G.
Post Office, Houolulu, Feb. 37, 1881.
i-jiijjjiiijiLLiiTiiiiiniir rr" ii r.iiii
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
lly onler of Messrs. II. llnekfeld & Co.,
I will hold a
One Day Auction Sale
DRY GOODS, Etc.
At 10 o'clock a.m., to close consignments.
A liberal Credit will be given
to tho Trade.
12. V. Ai)AM, Auctioneer.
DURING my absence from the King
dom, Mr. George K. Howe will
tmnnct all my business matters, acting
undci full Power of Attorney.
Honolulu, Feb. 37th, 1831. C13 3t
ON Tuesday, the 20th lust., a small
black POCKET BOOK, contain,
ing TWO DltAPTS, one on Mctsrs. II.
Ilnokfuld & Co.. and the other on
Wilder & Co., pavable to A. G I LFI LIjAN
also, $20, 10 anil $3 in Gold, and a $5
GrcunbacU. If tho person Uncling the
same will letuin tho Hook and Drafts,
he may keep the coin, or be suitably
rewarded on loturning same to Daily
BuLLivnx Ofilce. 040 lw
For Sale or Lease.
'TMIH Undci signed oiler', the
Hotel Street Market
to a lcspoiisiblo pally desiring to engage
in the business. Also Butcher Cait 2
Horses, etc. Possession immediate.
No. ii Adams Line
I WILL NOP be responsible for any
debts contracted in my name afler
this (lute, without my written Older.
Honolulu, .Ian. 21, 1881. 017i'.W
rpHE Undersigned would be pleased
X to obtain a position as Waiehouse
niiin, Sale-man, or Store-keeper after
April 1st. GEOBGE GHAY,
01(5 No. 3 Adams Lane.
"T"ONEY TO LOAN in sums to .suit.
J-Yjl For particulars, appiv to
037 lm Windsor Kcslninant
rpuE Undersigned begs to' inform his
X fiiencK and the public goneially
thai lie has rented the shop and stock
fiom Mr. L. Way, and will continue
the business as Carpenter and Builder,
and hopes by paying strict attention to
the business to merit u share of public
Having; rented my premises on King
Street, to Mr. Fritz Wilholni, who lias
acted as my Foreman for a number of
years, to the satisfaction of myself and
enstomcis, and who is thoroughly capa
ble ot carrying on tlic imsincss, i nope
my old customers will accord him the
same patronage as they gave me.
038 lm L. WAY.
Dwelling- House For Sale.
rpiIK 1IQU.SE and LOT on the Kulao
X kaltua plains, Mtuato on the maUai
side of Beretania Mrect, and now occu
pied by .lodge McCully, is foi sale,
lmpiiicof S. II DOLE.
Ofilce Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July S), 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
arc notified that their Water Hates
are payable semi-annually, in advance,
at the olllec of the Superintendent ot
Water Woiks, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the 1st dav of January and July of
each vear. OlIAS. 15. WILSON,
Sup't uter Woiks
S. IC. Kaai. Minister of Interio
ASU1TA11LE giownGiil or Woman
to do light House work, or tike
cur of a child in a small family, Ex.
cclieiithome stud fair wages. Appiv at
once to J. E. WISEMAN,
Oil lw Gen'l Iliisiness Agent-
The Ilcst ISrands in Hie -Market.
Vej;n ile llru,
I, one J-'InIici-iiiuii,
Vobii do Or Uli'Kimli'H.
For Sale at Hi:.w)NAUm: H.vrr.H, by
010 lmb Beaver Illock.
FINE TURN OVEll
FOH SALE CHEAP manufactured
No. 70, Queen Stroet.
)iiiiitiiiiiiTTtirn-rii)iiiiiiiiiTiiiti'innrnin,irfriiTj,j";"r'",2-" " ' ''""""""
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Trogioan & Atwatcr,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Four & Ilom.Srs. 030 3m
Boots, Sloes mil Sliprs.
M v Ii. AlMiMU
tinirs to Inform the nubile
Hint lie 1ms lust received per
Mariposa " a laigo assoilinent of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES AND SLIPPERS,
Also, Men's Hoots and Shoe?, all of
which are of the finest quality, and will
At the Lowest iioHsllilo iirlci'M.
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IF YOU WANT a Chrap Job done lo
any pint of the City or Subuibs.
Next to Hummer's Harness Shop.
002 :im b
Mo. 96, King Street,
Telephone No. 130
HAVING BOUGHT out the business
of W. II. Wilkinson, tho under
signed is prepared lo carry on a general
Express UusiiK's-,; and hope by piompt
ne.ss and dispatch to moiil a lair share
of the public patiouage.
WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand Xew Foreign and
Home Mado Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sets--in Solid Silver
Suitable for Pietcntation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Hcpaiiing and mending in all
The Sola Agent for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
Xo. '12 Iviia SniKE-r.
Tieesand Saddles of all kinds made to
oulcr and icpaiiing Harness, etc., done
in Mioit notice. All oniers promptly at-
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
prsTpa-f The undersigned having
raT?'?p$SJlmnde alterations, additions,
'SfBpfSbaniicl improvements in his
TV llfHiiiuiiI i
i- now picparcd to givo
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for the same
free of cost to any one who may desire.
T1IOS. W. KAWlilXS,
Honolulu Soap Woiks.
Olllce in Uriel; Eiiilding,
King street, Leleo. -18!J ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL !
J'iiluco mill Viiloiui JlrninlH.
Ex " Spaitan " and " Henry James,"
rpiIESE Favorite Oils, eipial to, if not
X Superior lo any In tins Market.
For Sale at Lowest Rates
Either Wholcsalu or lletail, by
Castle & Cooke,
572 Urn And Oilier Healers.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makat side of iSeretauia
Street, near tho residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Wuler laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDIIMGS
also on Tin-: rni:jiisi:s.
Trees and Flowers arc now planted and
Groundb are well laid out.
! If K
CHULAN & CO.
VF every description executed with
J neatness and dlbiMtch at the Daily.
DILLrNGBLAM & CO.'lS
: OUIl OWN PATENTS : .
ltrenklng Plows, litre Plows Ji lo V Inch, Cilllivntois and Hone llnnows.
A vciy complete A'-fcoilnicnl
Magncso Calotte Firo Proof Sales, abso
lutely fire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WAKE.
Who Cloth, Wire Netting, lllco Cloth, Bhd Cages,
Black and Fencing Wiie, Pumps, "Windmills, Tanks ,
Hydrauclic Rams, Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oik a specialty. A good Stock on hand, and to anlve.
Call and examine our New Goo flu.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
A. M. MELLIS
has just received a new lot of
READY TOR FURNISHING HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
or r.vnitY DEscnii'TioN jiaui: to onor.n.
10a & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
C2T" Island Orders will leccivc Prompt and Careful Attention. COfl Urn b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(i.ut o ar. .t. xtosjE.)
All oiders for Wheel-vehicles of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. Fir.st-class Mechanics employed all the year lound.
DST- FINE CAHIITAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing loo hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNII1USSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, alteied or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the sppervision of a practical man a mechanic second to nor.'.'. We
have no use for soaking scalds or lot tubs. All work guaranteed.
-Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
103 ly 75. 77 and 81 King Street.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
TO Till: 1-T.ONT
Tho reputation of tho above-named
establishment fo,- Superior Meals is well
known, and recpiiics no fuithcr com.
incut. 01!) lm It
THE OLD CORNER
IIakt Hkos., : : Proprietors.
Served up in llr.st-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m, to 10 p. m,
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&o., &o. Also,
JCeecl Ox-lilies !
A Full Assortment
American G-roceries !
245 A. S. CLEGIiqUN & CO.
SIX SPARS, fcullalilo for bridging or
lolling purposes, or ship's spurs.
010 lm HYAN'S BOAT HOUSE.
lk A.v- ntuut cunuru
75, 77 and 81
ENGLING & SMITH,
Ti & Sleet-Iron Workers
Kooi'ers and Gas Fitters.
'All kjnds of Tin-ware ready mile
or made to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
tf Opposito Police .Station. C!15
Kx " Sim rum '
Host Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of nbniit'1200 Pound-,
Fon Sai.u at Lowkst It.vics nv
527 3m Castle & Cooko.
ALL BILLS due to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. UOth, 1883, if not tet.
tied on or before February 1st, will be
placed In tho hands of n Collector.
GO-Hm W. E, FOSTER
DUHING my absence Mr. J. Ilymaii
will net for me under power of
attorney In all matteis of business; all
bills against me will bo paid by him,
mil nil iii,n....i- .1 ... .
uiiu mi .lutuuius ciuo me are to uo pain
ONE SIDE of that beautiful Olllco
now occupied entire by J. E,
AVisemau in tho Cntfipboll Block, Mm
chant street, with select ofuoo Furniture.
Apply lo '.J.U.WISEMAN.
Oil tf (General Business A cent