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Will be receded nl the Olllce or the
Minister of the Interior until Snltudny
the 29th, ila of Maich, Inst, at 12
o'clock noon, for the erection ot n mum
ing for l'ollcc Couil nnil Station House,
on iucrciiatusiii'oi, opptMnu uiu ohhuii
l'lnns mill s-pccilU-.ilUuis or the iro
potcil building . ill lie lcmly Tot inspec
lion on Thuisday the '.'Oth, iust.
A euilablo boiul, luncd upon the miiouul
of Couliiiet, will bcieipiircd upon c.
edition of the same, conditioned for Its
All tendetsmust bo distinctly endorsed
"Tinders for building Police Couit lud
The Minister of the Interior does not
bind himsell to accept the lowest or any
Minister of the lnteiloi.
.March 18, 1831. lUi!i id
'. . . . . 1... .1... o. .!!..
npHE UNDERSIGNED have foimed
X u copiirtncrsliip under the linn
name of" SPEECKELS & Co." for the
purpose of canying on n general bank
ing and exchange business al Hounlulu,
and such othei places in llio Hawuilan
Kingdom as may be deemed advisable.
(Signed) CI.AUS SPRECKELS.
Wm G. I1WIN.
P. P. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. lltli, 1881.
Referring to the nboc wo liutr to in.
form the business public that we are
piepaied to make loans, discount uppiov
ed notes, mid pill chase exchange at the
best current iale-. Our arrangemcnis
for selling exchange on the piincip.il
points in the I'nitul Stites, Euiope,
China, Japan ami Australia arc being
made, and when poifeeted, due notice
will bu given. Wo shall al-o be prepai ed
to leooivc depmits on open account.
make collections, and conduct n general
banking and exchange business.
010 amb (signed) Sl'REOKELS s5
BISHOP SS CO., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Nlar.di
Draw Exchange m the
lisvnfc ol" Calif iMiiu. S. l'
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M.Uolhsehild&Son, Ijondon.
The Common IjI JS.ink Co.. of Sydney,
Tiie Comnioiual Hank Co., of Sidney,
The Hank ot Ken' Zealand: Auckland,
Christcbiitch, and Wellington.
The Hank of I'rilbh Columbia, Vic
toria, 11.0. and Poi timid, Oi.
Transact a Geaeial Hanking Uii'-incb'
Pledged to neither Beet nor Tarty.
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAR.'il, 1881.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Lyons & Levey will hell at 12. at
sales room, thoroughbred horses.
Sherman's Circus, 7:30.
Algaroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7
HOCH LEBE DER KAISER I
Ilcil dir ini Siegcrkranx,
Ilcrrscher des Vatci lands.
Ilcil, Kaiser, dir!
Fulil' in des Tin ones Glanz
Die hohc Wonnc ganz :
v Liebling des Volks y.u scin !
Ilcil, Kaiser, dir!
The celebration of the birthday of
His Majesty Wilhelm I, Emperor of
Germany, was commenced on Satur
day, at noon, when Mr. II. F. (Hade,
the German Consul, held a reception
at his olllce. Among those gentle
men present wore Major Wodchouse,
I Monsieur Peer, SenorCanavario, His
Excellency W. M. Gibson, His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann, lion. C. 11.
Bishop, Hon. Paul Isenberg, Hon.
S. G. Wilder, Messrs. P. A. Schue
fcr, II. W. Schmidt, J. II. Paly,
D. A. MeKinleyfl W. (1. Irwin, T.
II. Davics, Colonel ("1. W. Macfar
lane, Dr. Arning, Mr. P. C. Junes,
Jr., M.. C. O. Bergcr and Mr. W
Austin Whiting. TIio health of the
Kmpcror was proposed by Consul
Glade and cordially responded to,
and the guests partook of a cold
collation whicli had been thoughtfully
prepared by their host.
At three o'clock in the afternoon
there was a concert and reception at
the German Club. The guests wore
received by Mr. and Mrs. Glade,
Mr. and Mrs P. A. Seliaefer, Judge
and Mrs. Widcmanii, Mr. and Mrs.
The heavy rain, which commenced
in the morning, somewhat i educed
the attendance, though several hun
dred people were present.
The Royal Hawaiian Band per
formed the following programme,
jV which was highly appreciated :
fr March EmpcrprAVHllam...M.fBcrger
Ovei Uti r Festival Each
Selection Sti mlclla 1'lotow
Polka Pirst Kiss... Neuniau
Qitadiillc Hcggar Student., .Millockcr
Medley Gci man Melodies Kulinc
selection Martha Plotow
("mullet Huntsman's Paicwcll
Walt 1tuta Millockcr
March Taniilmuser Wagner
Quadrille German Songs Wclckcr
( Pcailess 1rruc....Unratli
S Quicksteps ! Empeioi's Rcvlow
'I'he Watch on the Uhtue.
The club rooms were prettily ilce
oralcil wllli pal in leaves, Hags and
iloer&; the verandahs and grounds
with Chinese lnutcrns and torches,
whicli, in the evening, made a pictur
At the ball, for which special in
vitations were issued, all the guests
were present. Dancing took place
in Ihi' three principal looms, the
tloors of which were in excellent
condition, thanks to Ihc efforts of
the committee of arrangements.
Supper was served in the bowling
alley, adjoining which was a card
room, i lie oit used milium tuuic
was i cinoved to make room for the
dancers, who enjoyed themselves
thoroughly, till midnight, to the
strains of Merger's Band.
'flic Dculschcr Verein has .recently
been redecorated ; the ceilings and
walls arc artistically painted with
appropriate designs the most no
ticeable of whicli is the Midnight
Owl, in the center of the caid room
Our German citizens celebrated
the eighty-seventh birthday of their
Emperor right royally, and fully
sustained the reputation of their an
cestors in their Fatherland-Hospitable
Hosts and Genial Companions.
THE Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. was held on Thurs
day evening, His Honor Mr. Justice
Judd, President of the Association,
in the chair.
Mi. Charles K. Eraser was unani
mously elected a member.
The Treasurer reported that he
had succeeded in obtaining the dues
from many of the delinquents but
that, some were still behind in the
payments. The cash in handwas
The Picsident hoped that the new
temperance committee would be
earnest workers. They could not
hope to see prohibition, but they
might endeavor to add some restric
tive measures to the liquor law, at
the coming Legislatuie.
Mr. Cassidy, a member of the
committee, said they had been most
dilatory and had not held a single
business mooting, There was good
work before them but nothing had
been done. He wished to be re
moved from the committee as his
time was fully occupied
Mi. Dowic said that some good
work was being done at the Satur
day evening meetings at the Bethel.
If some of the members of the Y. M.
C. A. would drop in there, it might
help to reform them.
The President said that the at
tendance at the Sunday afternoon
meetings had dropped and the invita
tion had to be extended to ladies.
lie thought the members of the asso
ciation should take more interest or
discontinue them. Mr. Bishop was
in favor of returning to tho old meet
ings at a quaiter.to six. The build
ing was proving useful to the com
munity. Ladies and gentlemen met
on Tuesday evenings and had read
ings. The Hawaiian class was pro
gressing favorably and he had some
very promising pupils. Mrs. Lowrey
had commenced a missionary society
for boys, who had selected the name
of the Boys Y. M. 0. A., and ho
hoped Ihcy would eventually gra
duate into the larger institution, and
they contributed only what they
earned themselves. Mr. Piirncaux
had resumed his drawing class, and
Mr. Jones would soon continue the
Mr. Dowio suggested an evening
class for boys who would pay for
instruction in arithmetic and other
subjects. He would guarantee six
boys nt once.
It was decided to hold the annual
meeting at 7 v. m. sharp, on 17th
April, when the officers for the en
suing year would bo elected. At
7:30 the exercises will begin in tho
hull. They arc to consist of an ad
dicss by tho President, reports of tho
Secretary and Tieasurcr, addresses
bj' Revs. Wallace and Merritt, music
and light refreshments.
A Committee, consisting of Mr.
1 C. Jones Jr., Mr. T. G. Thrum
and Mr. A. I' Cooke, was appointed
to nominate ofllccrs, for the ensuing
year, who would be balloted for tit
the next meeting.
Mr. Merritt and Mr. Davies felt
sure that the committee would select
the most desirable members.
A letter was read from Mr. Morse
giving a favorable report of Mr.
Bicker's qualifications for the posi
tion of secretary, and asking if the
expenses of that gentleman and his
wife, from Boston to San Francisco,
would bo paid.
The matter was referred to the
committee to act as they thought
Mr. Thrum reported that an invi
tation had been given to Mrs. Han
son to remain in Honolulu for a
month, on her return from tho Colo
nics in September.
Mr. Merritt hoped that the secre
tary would then be here as he could
assist Mrs. Hanson and introduce
himself to the people.
Captain Bray wrote that Mr.
Bicker seemed inclined to accept the
position of Secretary to the Hono
lulu Association, and further said
that he (Mr. Richer) insists that he
is not a public speaker. Perhaps
not, but I never saw so successful a
leader of a meeting, or so interesting
a bible class leader. I have asked a
great many Boston Y. M. C. A.
leaders what they think of him, and
they all say "he is just the man."
The following parliculais of Mr.
Rickcr were also received: "He is
Assistant-Pastor in a Baptist church,
age about M.r), married, no children,
not a preacher, teaches bible class of
young men, strong in personal woik.
A practical man of good address.
He is highly endorsed bj' Mr. R.
Doming, general secretary. II. II.
Cole, librarian, and D. A. Water
man, financial secretary of the Bos
The meeting adjourned, after
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levey.
By older of II. .1. Agnew Kmj , we w ill
sell at Public Auction, in front of our
Sales ltoom at 12 noon on Monday, Maich
24th, 18S1, (if not sold at prhato sale
previously, seven (7) head ot the finest
hor.-es over impnitcit to this Kingdom.
at Palo Alto Santa Claia Co., Cal., and
selected by II. .T. Agnew.
Tlie above Colts and llllic;. are the get
of such noted horses as
Wild Idlo, Monday, Shannon.
Flood and Hubbard.
Tlie ctended pedigree of each animal
may be tound in the Jlaxvniiuii Gazelle
of Maich 19th, 185-1.
Tlide animals may be seen al any time
previous lo tlie sale, on tlie premises of
II. .1. Agnew, corner of Pen&acohi and
&S?Purchiisers can have a w'littcn
guarantee as lo Pedigreo etc., and will
give (iO days to make any enquiries, ami
agicc to forfeit $1000 if tlie Colts an not
COS Lyons a Lnvi'Y, Auctioneers.
AGOOP NATIVE SALESMAN, one
that U acquainted with the Dry
Goods busiuess, apply at ihc Uum.ktik
Olllce- 000 lw
A DIVIDEND of Seven dollai-, and a
half per share, to Stockholders in t lie
Grove Kartell Plantation Company, is
now payable nt tlie olllce of
CCOlwb JOHN II. PATY.Tieasuier.
Afjoiitlcnian just arrived in Honolulu
wishes to get employment as an ac
countant or bookcepcr, Jia had several
years c.peiieneo and can produce good
refeieuces. PleaBii address Ho !W. P. O.
BY a youngman (German) a situation
in town or country, as bookkeeper
or clerk; understands horses, and can
driven business or private wrgon. Ad
ill ens M.1I. tills olllce. 007 lw
STOCK AND FIXTURES, and o live
years' lcaso of a centrally hiiuated
Grocery Sloro for bale very low. Apply
at onco No. 03'irolel st. 0(18 lit
A- IN tlie Bc-t Style, uiid
in uiu nuunul iiiuicc.
G58 tilt) ,
TIIE upper lloor HI x 40 at No.
King street opposite fetation House.
Apply to .1. E. WISEMAN,
000 lw Hcil Estate Hrokcr
XT US MORIARTY is prepai ud to
liX give Lessons in French at piivatu
residences. Terms, $4 per month, pay.
ablo in advnnco two lessons per week
of ouo hour each lesson, Addrcbs, Mis.
Moilarty, care Mrs White, Wliito House,
Nuuanu street' 051 2w
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
WMii's to notify the public that ho
Has Opened a Book Bindery
In Ihc G.l ZiVrl IWIT.DING, ami is
now prepared to do all klndi of
Magazines, Pamphlet!?, Catalogues,
Reports Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Hound to order in Slice), Calfskin, 3Io.
rocco, Leather or Hoards.
"Tlly strict attention to business,
and mudci nto charge, 1 trust to merit a
fairshaic of the piitionngo heretofore
solibeiallv bestowed upon J. W. Robert
8on is Co. 0(17 lin
Just Received from Canton via
Hongkong per Bark Helena,
In live Qualities.
In ten different Pattern".
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates by
000 lm LEWERS S. COOKE.
Sand and Cartage.
ff you want
O -A. 15, T -A. 3- DE
Of any description done, or if you want
WHITE OR BLACK SAND,
In Quantities to Suit.
AMERICAN EXPRESS Co.,
000 lm b 81 KingStieet.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All oiders for carl-age promptly at
tended to, at. the lowest rates. Also for
White mill IH nek Manil
ill quantities to suit, at lowest pi ices.
jf-a" Honolulu Iron Works,
feM&tiSlcam engines, sugar mills, boil,
ers, coolers; iron, hi ass, anil lead cast
ings; machinery of every descilption
made to order. Paiticular attention paid
to ship's black binillung. Job work ee
cutcd at short notice. 1
LARGE HALL, over P. A. Mas'
Stoic, King street. Apply on the
P. A. DIAS.
ONE SIDE of that beautiful Oillco
now occupied entire by J. E.
Wiseman in Hie Campbell Rlock, Mer.
chant street, with select office Fiirnituie,
Apply to ,r. E.WISEMAN.
011 If Geneial Easiness Agent.
, 1 to 10
Lauded E- S. S. Madras in September
NOTICK is Imieby u;ien that tho
above goods will bo sold In 10 days fioni
dalo to defray charges and cxpences on
same, if application be not made for de.
livery, unil all charges paid to the mi
dersigned bcfoio the expiration of that
TIIEO ILEA VIES & Co.
Honolulu, Maich 17th, 1881. 0011 lw
'"IM1E Honolulu Ico Works Co., regret
X to notify that they will not deliver
Ice after Saturday Morning, Maich 22nd'
until further notice. An accident utterly
destioying the ammonia pump, thus
causing a delay of at leaU two weeks.
An ell'ort will bo mudo by in ning
tho small machine lo supply the; Hns
pitnlsand the Sick.
f08 8t .A. MoWAYNE. Secretary.
AT tho Annual Meeting of the hhare.
holtloiB of thoOoknla Sugar Plan,
tation Company (limited) held in Hono
lulu, March luth, lb8t. the following
ofllccrj were elected for tho coming
President W. L. Ok en
Vlce.president I. N. Wilght
Treasurer Alox. McKihbin
Secretary Cap. II. y. Mist
Auditor R, F. IJlckeiloii
0C7 lw II. W. MIST, Secietary.
f F YOUR HOUSE IS SICK or LAMB,
JL or any way out of older, call on A
T. R.VKKIt, at Capi. J. 0. Cluney'n stu
hies, corner ol Queen it Punchbowl sts.
3f"Hic.il;iug hniM). to muIiIIii or ear
lingo a Apcoiiilty. -mo ly
Govi'.iiMu's Okkick, HriKu-1
i.ui.u, Sept. ill, lb8a. f
NOTICE is hereby given Hint nodohtH
eonti acted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian band will ho recognized or paid
unless oidercd by the undersigned.
Jko, O. Domikis,
Governor of Onliu,
King Street, - - Honolulu.
Has just received pec Muripooa,
"Whlttnkcr's Star Hums,
American Cranberry Sauco.
Picklcj, Young Amtrlcan Cheese,
Anticar Tablo Sauce,
Table and Pie Fruits,
Honed Chicken and Turkey,
Atinorn'M M.inf iMvtiL
.funis and .Id lies,
Buckwheat Flour & Maple Syrup,
Oat, Meal, Corn Meal,
Wheat, Coin, Crackers, elc. etc.
Leave your oidcrs or ring up No.110.
Goods delivered lo any pail of the city.
001 y ' C. IIUSTACE."
GGl lw HENRY MAY & Co.
Notice of Removal.
lo. 58 Queen Street,
Next door to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Thnnking the Public: for their liberal
pationnge dining tlie past feventeen
yc.na, they will do their lies! to -lctain
tlie same at their new store.
NEATLY Furnished House
on Ileretanla street nenr FT.
n illlmoluistll'l'l. r.nvnK'Onnlan
tables, carriage house, watoithroughout.
To Rent lor a few mouths to a gon.
tlman and wife or two gentlemen.
Apply to .1. E. WISEMAN.
0(10 lw House Broker.
ONE Top Rieak In good older.
One single skeleton Buggy, similar to
a siilkoy and onu largo heavy new ox.
One Sorrel Draft Hoise six years old,
draws single or double, warranted.
Apply to J. E.AVI8BMAN,
IMNJ lw Qcncral Business Ageiit.
JINE Saddlo Horeo broke abo to
. Harness, win ranted. Light open
Buggy nearly new for sale.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
(ifiti lw General Business Agent.
Dwelling House For Sale.
'"piIK HOUSE and LOT on the Kulao
X kahutt plains, situate on tho makal
side of IScretanla street, and now occu
pied by Judge McCully, is for bale.
Inquire of 8. B. DOLE.
rpHE Undersigned Piopridi'i i-t the
P1QNEE& mm GAM FACTORY
desires tnltifoim IiIh putions ami the pub
He jjenerally that not withstanding the
iccent DISASTROUS FIRE, has elected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
"On a much more EMensivo Scale whicli
is now In FoLii Oi'kuation, nml whicli
will he in complctcworktng older by an
Early Arrival of new Machinery and
Tools; and Is now again prepai ed to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli
cious Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARB,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vaiicty hoht
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
V I'll .tV.LJ lllllll. I 4k I) ill "'. tll'IIIL
Made Fresh and Pin u Confections, fell
at M cents PER POUND.
RICH WEDDING CAICE
Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes alw ay-
on hand and ornamented in the
most artistic style.
ahvajs fie.sh, as also
Home Made Mince Meat
for Mile nl CO cents per pound.
Will lecelve per CoiihucIo the balance
of my new machinery of tlie newest de.
signs for manufacturing nil descriptions
of plain Candies; thanking the public
for prcious libeial patronage and so.
liclting a continuance of same.
Piactical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Till" OLD STAND. 71 Hotel StlCCl
P. C. Uo- No. 75;. . . .-Telephone No. 7-1
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IF YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to
any part of the Citv or Suburbs.
' P. Smith,
Next to Hammer's Harness Shot).
G02 ;tm b
Kq. 96, King Street,
Telephone No. 130
HAVING BOUGHT out the businoas
of W. II. "Wilkinson, the undor
signed is prepared to carry on a general
Express Business; nnd hopes by prompt,
ncss and dispatch to merit a fair share
of the public patronage.
FINE TURN OVER
FOR SALE CHEAP manufactured
No. 70, Queen Street.
Wolfe &, Edwards
Grocery and Peed Store,
Comer King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries nnd Provisions lccei veil
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclophono 349.
Colombia River Salmon !
Ofil lm b
A. S. CLEGH0RN & Co.
EX r.ATK AniUVALS,
7T5 Hjii-i'oIn, irroMli
2 A. S. OEEGJIOHN & CO.
8. M. CAKTI-U. s, k. UUAIIA
S. M. CARTER & 00.
Rktaii, Drat.khn in
Coal and Feed.
Hay ancl Oats,
to nil pints of die city.
Ilomcmbor, 83 Kiiitf street
078 U2TAnd Telephoiie No, 187.