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THE UNDERSIGNED lmvo fanned
ii copnitnorship under tho linn
name of " SPllECKElS & Co." for the
purpose of carrying on a general bank,
iniraiid oxchnniro business at Honolulu,
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may bo deemed advisable
(Signed) CTjAUS SPREOKELS.
' Wm Q. IRWIN.
P. P. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, 1884.
Roforiing lo the above we bug loin
form the business public that wo are
prepared to make loans, discount approv
cd notes, and ptu chase exchange at tho
best current lates. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on tho principal
points in the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia arc being
made, and when perfected, duo notice
will be gjven. We shall also be prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and exchange bushier.
010 3mb (signed) SPRECKEL1
S & (Jo.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Dr.vw Exchange on the
Bank oV Ou.liI"oiiiiu, S. JP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington.
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toiia, 11. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
1009 ly b
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party. .
Bat established for tho benofit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Entertainment, Y.M.C.A., 7
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F.
Hawaiian class Y. M. C. A
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7
Funeral late II. Johnson, 10.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
THE REPORT OF THE MEDICAL COM
MISSION ON SCHOOLS.
The medical report of the examina
tion of the pupils in the public
schools shows that there were good
grounds for the suspicions expressed
in the recent discussions on the sub
ject of the supposed existence of
leprosy in these institutions. Three
lepers were found, one at the Royal
School and two at Pohukaina. At
Fort Street School where the scare
originated, only 27 pupils have been
examined by the commission, and
the report does not show how many
of the remaining 139 pupils have
, been privately examined or not ex
amined ht all. The 27 have received
a clean bill of health Nineteen are
strongly suspected of having leprosy ;
9 at the Royal School, 5 at Kawaia
hao, 4 at Pohukaina and 1 at St.
Andrews. The certificates of 12
others are withheld ; 9 at the Royal
School, 1 at Kawaiahao and 2 at the
Roman Catholic; and the report
says "with regard to some of these
there was room for doubt as to
whether they should not more pro
'perly be included under Column
III," that is among those who .are
"strongly suspected of leprosy."
To 28 other pupils medical certifi
cates have been given, but they arc
to receive treatment, chiefly for
syphilis. . "
The medical commission has only
examined 623 out of 1,040 pupils.
At present we do not know how
. many of the remaining 317 have
been privately examined or have es
caped examination. Wq agree with
our morning contemporary that
"every child whose name has been
on a school register ought to be
hunted up and examined," if the
child has not been already privately
examined, and this can be easily as
certained from thcprincipals of the
various schools. The Royal School,
having by far the largest number of
scholars, had naturally the largest
number of suspects and sick, 33 in
all, 19 of whom cannot, for tho pre
sent, be re-adinitted. The number
of scholars who have been privately
examined must be published before
the returns can be considered com
Of the Committee on Entertainments
for tho Library Fair.
The Entertainment Committee has
held three meetings, the following
members answering to their appoint
ment: Mrs, Bicker ton, Mrs. J. F. Brown,
Mrs. Cruznn, Mrs. Hendry, Mrs) W.
Hopper, Mrs. Hanford, Mrs. Sim
mons and Mrs. Strong, Miss Hare,
Miss C. Castle, Miss M. L. Hopper,
Miss S. King, Messrs J. F. Brown
and A. Marques.
Tho results of the efforts and dis
cussions of tho Committee for pro
posing entertainments nre here con
densed as follows :
1st Evening. Opening of Fair and
2nd Evening. Dramatic, in
charge of Mrs. Bickcrton and Mr.
J. F. Brown, "At the Register" or
any other better suited play.
3rd Evening. Recitations in Cos
tume by Mrs. Strong.
4th Evening. Wax Works and
Recitations by Mrs. W. Hopper.
5th Evening. Dramatic, "Round
Gth Evening. Calico Ball.
The programme of the 2nd, 3rd,
4th and 5th Evenings Entertain
ments, of which the "iccc de Jlcsis
,ficc" only has been ddcided on,
as above, will ' be rendered as com
plete and as attractive as possible by
intermixing vocal and instrumental
music, recitations and other per
formances, the elements of which
the Committee has found to be plen
tiful, as will appear from the follow
ing enumeration of what has either
been actually promised, or may be
solicited for :
Recitations by Mrs. Adams, Miss
Austin, Miss Dixon, Miss Hare, Miss
Dillingham, Mrs. Hopper; Whistling
by Mr. Wintci.
Vocal Music, Solos by Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Cruzau, Mrs. Hanford,
Mrs. Paty, Mrs. Simmons, Messrs
McCartney, Davics, Hassclmann,
Ross ; Ducts, Trios and Quartets of
ladies voices. Finally Rev. Merritt
has very kindly promised the assis
tance of the Punahou Glee Club.
Instrumental Music, Solos or
Duets on piano by Miss Castle, Miss
Hopper, Mrs. Simmons; on the
zither and clarionet by Mr. Kraft ;
on the violin by Mr. Yarndley ; on
the flute by Mr. Morse ; on the cor
net by M. Michiels ; on the guitar
by M. Chaplain. Also Instrumental
Duets, Trios and Quartets, and finally
assistance by the Honolulu Sym
This list, we think, will show that
there arc very good prospects of get
ting up attractive and full entertain
ments for the whole duration of the
fair. A. MAiiques, Chairman.
Delia Fernandez, larceny of pro
pert' from Mr. W. R. Castle, sen
tenced to fifteen days imprisonment.
Appeal noted to the Supreme Court.
Mr. Russell for the defence.
Kanui, assault and battery on Ho
Poi, found not guilty and discharged.
Kaui, escaping from custody, sen
tenced to a year's imprisonment at
hard labor, the sentence to com
mence at the expiration of his pre
Wahineauilo, same offence, sen
tenced to three months additional
hard labor, and fined $10.
II. Hibkil, furious driving, for
feited 810 bail.
A nol. pros, was entered in the
cases of Mutt and Kamana, reman
ded from March Gth.
ARRIVAL OF HANLAN IN SYDNEY.
A ustntlasian .
The official reception of Hanlan by
the citizens of Sydney took place on
Monday, March 17th, the champion
sculler being accorded as hearty a
welcome as Trickett received when
he. returned to the colony after hav
ing wrested the championship from
England. Hanlan, who had been on
shore on Saturday evening, left the
mail steamer City of Sydney at half
past ten o'clock, and on arrival at
the wharf took his place in a four-in-hand.
Accompanied by several lead
ing citizens ho was driven to the
Oxford Hotel, King-street, where
the mayor of Sydney and several
members of Parliament and repre
sentative men in aquatic ciiclcs as
sembled to do him honor. The
streets through which ho passed were
lined With spectators, and a crowd,
numbering 12,000 gathered in the
vicinity of tho Oxford Hotel. Tho
mayor and Alderman Hardie led
Hanlan on to tho balcony, followed
by Edward Trickett, Beach and Lay
cock were absent, the latter having
been suddenly called to Melbourne
on business. The group was greeted
by a tremendous burst of cheering,
and when it had subsided the mayor
introduced tho Canadian to tho im
mense ' crowd, and formally wel
comed hitn on behalf of the citizens
Hanlan, on coming forward, was
again received with tumultuous and
prolonged cheering, lie said that
ho was really at a loss to find words
to .express his feelings at the great
reception accorded to him. It ex
ceeded anything he had ever ex
perienced outside of his dearly be
loved home, Toronto, lie explained
that neither Canada nor the States,
nor, in fact, any country had sent
him to New South Wales. He camo
here on his own accord, and was
prepared to accept all the risks of
the journey. He desired a fair field
and no favor, and that Trickett
should row him first. He promised
that if the colony could find a man
who was better than himself he
would gladly shake him by the hand,
and still carry home pleasant remin
iscences, of his visit.
Trickett, who shook hands with
the champion, was received with
cheers. Ho gave Hanlan a most
hearty welcome. Mr. D. O'Connor,
M.L.A., delivered au appropriate
address, after which the party re
tired, and Hanlau's health was
drunk in bumpers of champagne.
The Hon. W. J. Trickett, the
Postmaster-General, proposed "Suc
cess to Rowing," coupled with the
name of Edward Trickett. The
latter briefly responded, and ex
pressed a hope that Hanlan would be
defeated for the honor of the colony.
Sir John Robertson then entered the
room, and was introduced to Hanlan.
Shortly after the proceeding termi
nated, and the champion was driven
to Potty's Hotel.
BJCokae Oluto! .
under the Leadership of
H. It. H. Liliuokalani
will be given at Waikiki Church on
Thursday Evening, April 17lh, 1884.
The proceeds will go to ihe Sundaj'
Doorsopen at 7 p.m., locommenccat7:30
Admission 50 cents.
To Planters & Others
Fiae lm Ton-Mules
J. I. IlOIVKCtt,
13. A. JSralcaiv,
Per. Stmr. Arabic
An Elegant Assortment of
Silks & Satins !
AH Kinds of Colors & Shades
F6r the Present Season
Garments of any design, cither for Lady
or Gentleman, made in the highest style
of Art, and at the Lowest prices.
King Lun Chong & Co.,
C88 2m No. 78 Nuuanu Street.
Tregloan & Atwater,
Have Just Received a Choico Lot of
Fort & Hotel Sts.
THE STORE AND STOCK lately
carried on by Ah Moon, at Mann,
near the Queen's Hospital, has been sold
to))Y, Alau. All persons indebted to tho
said Ah Moon nre requested to pay him
Honolulu, April 14th, 1884. 087 lw
A OIIOICK I.OT OK
l ?W A. 8. OL GIIORN & CO.
TO RANCHERS GENERALLY
For Lease & For Sale
THE MOICULEIA HANOI! adjoin,
ing Uic"Wnlalua Plantation, Island
of Oahu, Covering !3000 acres moio or
less, with five Dwellings, Outbuildings,
six Artesian wens supplying umiro
promises, several acres cultivated, to
Lease for a term of years.
ON THE ABOVE RANCH, over 800
Choice and Select .liead of Cattle, 10
Bullocks, 40 Horses, 100 Hogs, 800 Fowl,
Wagons, Carriages, Carts, linplHuents
and' Goods and Chatties Generally. The
above extensive llaneh is now and has
been florishing prosperously for years,
tho owner retiring on account of 111
health being the only roaon for dispos
ing of his"inteic3ts. The stock is all
ilrst class Imported Breeding Stock.
The Ranch is laid out In Paddocks and
for a Ilrst class Cattle Hog and Dairy
Ranch it cannot bo excelled. For gen
eral information apply to Joseph Mcn
donra on the Ranch at Waialua, or lo
,T. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agcntlionnlulti.
080 1 in
' FOR SAI.E.
FOUR FIXE BUILDING
LOTS at Punahou, Honolulu,
Iving between the premises of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham and Messrs. lira,
ham and Foster. Two of thec lots have
each a fiontage of 100 feet on Bcrelania
Street and a depth of :.00 feet, and two
have each a frontage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Street and a depth of 375 feet.
These four lots adjoin each other and
will be sold cithoi separately or as a
J. M. MONSAURAT,
No. 27 Meichant Stieet.
AXIOE SUIT of loom?, in a private
family, for a mast and wife, with
the privilege of light housokcepinir.
Address, L. T. S., P. O. Box 181, llono,
lulu. 038 3t
GOOD SMAItT BOY
Apply to The Amerirau Expiess
035 lw b
Y A MIDDLE.AGED AMERICAN
WOMAN, a situation as nurse, or
housekeeper. Address. M. C. tin-, office.
SECOND HAND BILLIARD
TABLE with furniture complete,
all in perfect good order. Size of table,
4 x 8 ft., or4 x 0 ft. State price &e., &c.
Address, P. M. J., llonokaa Plantation,
Hawaii. 085 lw b
FOR THE ACCOMMODATION of the
Public the KINAU will arrive in
Honolulu, Saturday, April 20th, at day
light, leaving Knwaibac at 10 a.m.,
Friday, April 2."itb, Maliukona at noon
same day, Mnalaea B.iy at 0 p.m. Pas
senger tiain from Niulii at 8 a.m.,
Friday, April S5th. 080 8t b
FOR SALE !
The Yacht Restless,
With Fittings Complete, Enquire of
THOMAS E. WALL,
0S1 tf Likelike Wharf.
Notice of Removal.
W. II. PLACE, of the EUREKA
HOUSE, Maunakca Street, begs to inform
his friends and the public generally, that
he will remove to those ccntial premises,
at tho corner of Marine and Nuuanu Sts,
on the 15th inst.,aud will open the same
with anew stock of Cigais, Cigaicttcs,
Tobacco, Pipes, etc , all of tho finest
brands. Further notice of the opening
will be given. 083 td
Tuition on the Zither.
GIVEN at pupils lesidence. For
paiticulars inquire atM. Ecbart's
Jewellers store, 00 Foit street. Teims
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollais per
share will be payable April 20th,
to the shareholders of tho Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturers Company, Limited,
at their olHeoNo. 70 Queen btieet.
I E. G. SCI1UMAN,
0S2 !)v ' Seei clary & Treasurer.
Furnished Front Room
WITH STABLING, if lequlrod, to let
Apply, 151 FoitStieot. 080 ill
ONE SIDE of that beautiful Office
now occupied entire bv .1. E.
Wiseman in the Campbell Block, Mer
chant stieet, with select oflloo Furniture,
Apply to J . E. WISEMAN.
011 tf Genoial Business Agent.
fP YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
JL or any way out of order, call on A
T, BAKER, at Capt, .1. C. Cluney's sta
bio.-', coiner of Queen & Punchbowl sts.
5S$Brcakiiig horses to saddle or car
l iago a specialty. 420 ly
.1.91. OAT & CO., KAliaiAEtUHM,
Loft in A. 'f, Cookes Now Fiio Proof
Building, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, II, I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
repaired. ly b
limn Bread !
051 lm b
A. S. CLEGH0RN & Co,
ff Iiivdmciit, 1ft
Ml OF BUSINESS
Next door to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Thanking the Public for their liberal
patronage dining the pus) seventeen
years, the' will do their best to retain
the same at their new store.
The undersigned begs to inform the
Ladies and Gentlemen of Honolulu and
the other Islands, that he has once more
of the well known
which are ready for inspection ; such
Crochet and Embroidery Work, Fancy
Baskets, Willow Chairs,
among them, the
MnU Love Clair,
and many other things. Also, a little.
but worthy assortment, of
Gold and Silver Jewelry,
People who have been waiting for mos
of these goods, please call early, as to
secuie their Ilrst chance.
Louvre of Brussels.
JTi-esli Arrival Z
WE arc in receipt of a Large Stock
of Elegant, Fine-selected and
Latest Styles of Goods,
specially adapted for this climate, from
tho Eastern States, comprising in part,
All styles of Byclclo Shirts,
Whlto and Calico Shirts,
Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear,
Trunks, Valises, &c.
Real and Imitation Laces.
Latest Styles in Hats, Straw and Felt.
In order to mnko room, we will this
day begin a GENUINE CLEARANCE
SALE in all departments; sweeping ie.
ductlons in Clothing of the finest discrip.
tion. Wo will ofl'er unusual great bar
gains this week. Au early call will
convinco all that wo are determined to
i educe our immense Stock,
Louvre of Brussels.
Cor. of Alakea and King Sts,
OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers hi nil kinds of
Tho Latcest Foieign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette litocA; Merchant
Street. ly l)
MercIiuntM & Storekeeper
WILL TAKE NOTICE that the un.
dersigncd is prepared to nrrango
Books and Collect Quarterly Accounts
with carefulness and promptness.
General Business Agent.
CampbolPs New Block, Merchant Street.
D. M. CKOWMiY.
CROWLEY &. CO.
78 King St.
(Opposite Wlillman ft Wriglil.)
JustHcecivcd Superb Covoiing and
Parlor Sets, etc., etc.
Cheaper Than Ever ! ! !
BSPCiill and see our Goods and your will
buy direct, from the Maker.'', as wo nro
in Business in Honolulu and defy Con
tradiction on this point.
Bteiiaii'iiipr, ISecioveviiig: anil
"IIOHTOSI" nml "CUAIiIiEXK
J"Ol; 1ol(! STIlalllHKICMl
Crowley & Co.
TO King Stieet.
A largo and extremely niicd
For Sale Very Low,
Cull find Examine.
'M. A. Gonsai.vks & Co.,
GO Hotel Street.
The California Produce
and l'rovNion Co.
respectfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at
73 Hotel Street Honolulu,
in part of the premises occupied by
Sresovicli G-ray & Co.
"Where can be found a complete
Pirotlnce itnCL Groccriew,
which will be sold at lowest market
Telephone, No. 274. P. 0. Box, 120.
Address all orders and communications
G70 3m Z. K. MYERS Manager.
Eastern Tine Sng-ar Kegs,
In Shooks or Set ,up, also
Eastern Pine Barrels for
Hoops Iron yoy ii,,., 2 x 1.10, 2 x U,
ii: x 3.10. '
For Sale by
080 8m b J. h. BRUNS, Senior.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
.& NEAR TOWN.
A. A. MONTAN'O?
Just Received from Canton via
Hongkong per Bark Helena,
In live Qualities. t
In tcii(difl'erent Patterns.
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates by
COO lm LEWERS & COOKE.
ENGLING & SMITH,
Til & Stat-Iroi Workers
Roofers antl Gas Fitters.
All kinds of Tln-wnro'rciuty mado
. or mado to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
Om Opposito Police Station, 030
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