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THE UNDERSIGNED lmvo formed
a copartnership under the linn
name of " SPJVECKELS & Co." for (he
purpose of carrying on u general bank
ingunrt exchange business at Honolulu,
and such other places In the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may be dcenml advisable
(Signed) OLAUS SPREOKELS.
V ' Win G. IRWIN
P. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, 1881.
Referring to the uboe vobcg to In.
form the business public that wc arc
prepared to mahc loans, discount upprov
cd notes, and purchase exchange at the
best current rales. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on the principal
points in the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia are being
made, und when perfected, due notice
will be given. We shall also be prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and exchange business.
010 3mb (signed) SP11ECKEL1
S & Uo.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawailau Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Kivnlc ol C'ulUbruiu, S. JT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chvistchurch, and AVcllington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portlaud, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
GG9 ly b
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But established for the bonefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DQINCS.
.Imp. Order of Red Men, at 7
Morning Stav Lodge, K. of P. 7
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
( and Children from 9 to 11 .
Band, Emma Square, 4 :30.
THE Y. M. C. A.
The annual meeting of members
of the Y. M. C. A. was held last
evening. Neavly forty members
m. were present, the chief business
being the election of officers for the
ensuing year, which resulted as fol
lows: President, Mr. P. C. Jones,
Jr. ; Vice-President Mr. J. T. "Wa
terhouse, Jr. ; Treasurer, Mr. "V. A.
Kinney ; Secretary, Mr. E. A. Jones ;
Directors, Mr. T. II. Davies and
Mr. T. G. Thrum. ,
The retiring president suggested
that the newly elected officers should
hdld a special meeting shortly to
appoint standing committees.
It was decided that the subjects
of work, for the standing- com
mittees, should be the same as last
year, except that the hospital and
prison work be divided.
The meeting then adjourned up
stairs to the hall, where a large num
ber of ladies and gentlemen had
assembled. After singing two verses
of Hymn No. 175 and a prayer had
been delivered by Dr. Whitney, the
retiring secretary Mr. F. J. Lowrey
read his report for the past year as
- follows :
On April 10th, 188."), the last annual meet
ing of this society was held iu the Vestry of
the Bethel Church, at which time Prof. A.
Pratt retired from the Presidency and Hon.
A. F. Judd was elected to tlio position.
One week later the member were called
together in special session to leceiye tho re
port and recommendations of the new Board
of DirectorH, togother with the announce
ment of committees for tho year, and at
that time tho work properly commenced. At
this meeting Captain Isaiiah Bray was invi
ted to act as General Secretary temporarily,
and did so until liin tlepartme for the U. H.
'Die evening of April 21st yuh one to
be long remembered by tho mem bora and
their friends who assembled in large num.
hers to witness the dedication of this build
ing, the exeiciseg in connection with which
were exceedingly enjoyable.
The first public meeting, aside from the
dedication, was one of thanksgiving and
praise, held on Sunday af teuioon April 20th,
Since tliat time the huildiiig lias been in
Tery general use. Tho reading-room has been
open day and evening and while, as a matter
of course, the attendance varies largely, Btill
it may be said to he in constant use. In May
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., started a class in book;
keeping, and those who "Wo availed them
selves of this opportunity are now being
shown tho more advanced stages of this very
necessary qualification for a business life.
Later our Piesident formed a class for in-
struction in tlio Hawaiian language, and Mr,
Furneaux has been giving raochauics a sei
ies of lessons in fice-hand drawing. On the
first Sunday In October, ft course of Sunday
afternoon services was inaugurated, Itev.Mr.
Ortizau giving a short and earnest address,
lie continued to talto charge of them, and
with the assistance which he obtained from
rttliAi filArnvtnnti iiiiwIa tliem nt frrfint inter-
&, est, but the woik was too severe for him in
ponneotlon with his other duties, and as tue
olass which wo particulaily desired to loach
did not attend iu any uunibor, these meet
ngs woro discontinued and nn afternoon
prayer mcctinc is now held instead.
Public gatherings have been held for
awakening interest in the tomperance cause,
and for providing cntertaininont Tor young
men. The Hall has been often used for con
coits and lectures, whilo the smaller rooms
woio in demand for ttso by various rommll
tcoi of this and other sociotirs.
During the year llioro hao been hold
twolvo regular and two special mooting,
and thirty-two poisons hao been elected to
At tho lncoling in January of this joar,
tho Building Commitleo, having completed
instructions in legard to the finishing of tho
building, made their final report, showing
in total numbers: lecolpts, $21,0G8.45; dis
bmsomonti, 520,802.88, leaving a balanco of
$205.57, which was turned into tho general
fund. These rocolpts wcro materially in-
ci eased by the proceeds of a fair held in this
room by the ladios, to whose efforts and
laboiswowoic indobtcd for tho sum of
Our committees have been at woik, and
wo tiust havo accomplished good, but we
feel moro and moro the need of a general
secretary, who can givo bis wholo time to
tho oik. Thoio is absolute need for a tlim
directing band, and for that thought and at
tention which cannot be given by me, taken
up with professional or mercantile duties.
Our building has not been as attractive, or
tho welcome to stiangcrs as hoarty as if we
had had such a pel son. 'Sinco July we havo
been in communication with San Francisco
and New York in regard to securing ono, and
havo now what we consider good prospects
of having ono with us soon.
When Captain Biay left for tho U. S. ho
was instructed to ascertain conditions and
privileges of membership in the International
Association and report to us. This ho did
and we aro now regularly connected with
It is tho experience of older socioties that
to make an association of this kind suc
cessful, it must mako a specialty of that
which its name signifies, tho helping of
young men. This is being felt with us and
during tho year the Chinese work, which
had been conducted by this socioty has
passed by general consent into the hands of
the Hawaiian Board.
With a building frco from debt, and a
person in tho capacity of General Secretary
to superintend affairs, wo feel that with the
confidence and support of this community
wo shall during the coming year mike this
Association one of powor in Chiistiau work,
and a necessity to this city.
F. J. Lowiiey,
Mr. T. G. Thrum, the retiring
treasurer, then made his financial
statement as follows :
Balance on hand from last an
nual report $ 53.45)
Amount received from dues.
Amount received from pledges
and subscriptions 510.00
Amount received from enter
Amount received from rent of
Amount received from monthly
Amount received from Bethel
Amount received from contri
bution box 7.50
Amount received from building
Amount received from E. B.
Thomas, balanco of his
subscription to building
Total Ececipts .$1527.5)1
Amount paid Secretary and
Amount paid Y. M. C. A
Amount paid for membership in
the International Y. M.
Amount paid sundry accounts,
as per vouchers
Balance to new account.
The retiring president, Hon. A.
F. Judd, then read a lengthy ad
dress, in which he referred to the
opening of their new building the
work that had been done and that
ought to be done. He advocated
more evening classes and hoped that
members would volunteer to conduct
them. In the way of entertainments
he advocated more meetings
for conversational talk, where
educated professional men, such as
lawyers and doctors, might give them
valuable instruction ; he hoped there
would be more amusements provided
for boys, and that the liquor question
especially should not be forgotten
but that temperance should he con
tinually urged. He referred to the
numerous societies that were in ex
istence in Honolulu which rendered
it impossible for the members to
attend properly and take an interest
in them nil.
The reports were ordered to be
Revel. G. Wallace, in a brief ad
dress, pointed out that the chief aim
of the association was to train young
men as perfect Christians. None
could sneer at such a work unless
they were filled with selfishness and
worldliness. Their financial condi
tion was successful. It was generally
supposed that clergymen knew noth
ing of business, but he thought that
any sons of clergy, who were pre-
J sent, would uphold his opinion that
considerable financial ability was
displayed in their households, where
children received a good education
from their parents who lived on the
salary of an ordinary book-keeper.
It was also a business to teach of
Christ. Wo leave too much church
work to women who have chief
charge of our Sunday schools and
bible classes besides doing most of
the visiting. In Boston, a few years
ago, out of ten churches with an
average seating capacity of 850, the
average attendance on one day was
378 and of these one fifth only were
men. It was a shame for men to
allow women t0 d a tuc work.
Rev. Mr. Mcrritt urged them to
turn their attention directly to young
men as their character was fixed at
the age of twenty-five. It was with
young men who were dying morally
and spiritually that the fight must be
Refreshments, which had been
provided by the ladies, were served,
and, after an hour's social conversa
tion, the meeting adjourned.
A HOUSE. 7 ltooms, Kitchen,
Pantry and Bath House, with
nice Iront garden. Also, one
Furnishc.l Room. Apply at 53 Emma
Strecet. 091 tf
OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURNER. 83 Kins Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor Restaurant,
uuu ly n
GOOD DRESS -MAKERS. Apply
at! MRS. A. M. HELMS' Dress
Making Department, 104 Fort Street.
A COTTAGE of not less
Rooms in a respectable locality
Address Cottage this Office
A NICE SUIT of rooms, in a private
family, for a maw and'wife, with
the pilyilcge of light housekeeping.
Address, L. T. S., P. O. Box 12), Hono,
lulu. 088 3t
DIVIDEND of .$3 per share will be
pavable to the stock holders of E,
O. HALL & SON LIMITED, at their
office Friday, April 18th 1884.
L. C. ABLES,
090 St Secretary.
MIS. WM. STA.'X'J-IA.IUL,
' of the Firm of
Statlinm K, Co., l'imio Mamifnt-rureri,
ol' San JTraiipltaCo,
who for two successive years received
the only Gold Medal for Pianos at the
for 1882, 188K, will visit Honolulu per
S. S Alameda, arriving on April 22nd,
and will remain here for ten days, during
which time he will undertake to repair
and tune Pianos, Organs, etc. Anyone
requiring the service of a master hand
will leave letter. Care of
. C. E. WILLIAMS & CO.,
000 lw b Fort Street.
AGENTLEFAMILY JERSEY COW)
4 years old for sale. Just suitable
for a family. Gives 0 quarts of milk
a day. Warranted
Apply to J,
i pertect pet. i?7o.
G89 lw General Business Acent
ONE SIDE of that beautiful Office
now occupied entire by J. E.
Wiseman in the Campbell Block, Mei
chant street, with select office Furniture,
Apply to J . E. WISEMAN.
041 tf General Business Agent.
To Planters & Others
Fine Large Yon Miles
J. I. Downett,
K. A. JBrnkaw,
Wolfe & Edwards;
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nminnu 'streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
501 0m '
Tregloan & Atwater.
Have Just Received a Choico Lot of
Four & HotklSts.
, Tuition on the Zither.
GIVEN at pupils residence For
particulars iuquiro at M. Eeliart's
Jewellers store, 00 Fort street, Terms
moderate, 082 2v
TO RANCHERS GENERALLY
For Lease & For Sale
THE MOKULEIA RANCH adjoin,
inn thcWaiahm Plantation, Island
of Oahu, Covering 8000 acres more or
Icbs, with live Dwellings, Outbuildings,
six Artesian "Wells supplying entire
premises, several ucrca cultivated, to
Lease for a term of years.
ON THE ABOVE RANCH, tfwr 800
Choice and Select head of Cattle, 10
Bullocks, 40 Horses, 100 Hogs, I'.OO.Fowl,
Wagons, Cairlages, Carls, lmpllmcnt,
and Goods and Chatties Generally. The
above cxtcii'dvo Ranch is now and has
been fioiishiiig piosnerously for ywirs,
the owner retiring on account of ill
health being tho only rent-on for dispos
ing of his inleicsts. Tlie stocic is an
first class Inipoiled Breeding Stock.
The Ranch is laid out in Paddocks and
for a first class Cattle Hog and Dairy
Ranch it cannot be excelled. For gen
eral information apply to Joseph Mcn
donca on the Rnnch at Wainlua, or to
J. E. W1SKMAN,
General Business Agt'iitllonolulii.
FOUH F1N1) BUILDING
LOTS at Puniihou, Honolulu,
lying between the prcinii.es of
Dillingham and Messrs. Gra-
ham and Foster. Two ot iIiofo lots have
each a fi outage of 100 feet on Bcrctaniu
Street and a depth of T.00 feet, and two
havo each a frontage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Stitct and a depth of 275 feel.
These four loth adjoin each other and
will be sold eithci separately or as a
Apply to .1. M. MONSARRAT,
G87 tl No. 27 Men-bant Sticet.
Prime New Zealand Potatoes
Ex City of
JR. 51clutyie & Kro.
080 nt b
An Elegant Assortment of
All Kinds of Colors & Wlaartcs
For the Present Season
Garments of any design, either for Lady
or Gentleman, made in the highest style
of Art, and at the Lowest prices.
King Lun Chong & Co.,
088 2m No. 78 Nuuanu Street.
FOR TIIEACCOMMODATION of the
Public the KINAU will arrive in
Jlonolulu, Saturday, April 20th, at day
light, leaving Kawaihae at 10 a.m.,
Friday, Apiil 25th, Mahukona at noon
same day, Maalaea Bay at 0 pan. Pas
senger train from Niulii at 8 aim.,
Friday, Apiil 25th. 080 8t b
Notice of Removal.
W. II. PLACE, of the EUREKA
HOUSE, Maunakea Street, begs to inform
his friends and the public generally, that
he will remove to those central premises,
at the corner of Mnrme and Nuuanu Sts,
on the 15th Inst., and will open the same
with a new stock of Cigars, Cigarettes,
.Tobacco, Pipes, etc., all of the finest
Uranus, i uitlier notice ot the oponinc
will be given.
THE STORE AND STOCK lately
carried on by Ah Moon, at Mann,
near the Queen's Hospital, has been. sold
toJJY. Alau. All persons indebted to tho
said Ah Moon are requested to pay him
Honolulu, Apiil 14th, lSSfl. 087 lw
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollais per
hliare Mill bo payable April 20th,
tto the shareholder of tho Hawaiian Car
rjage Manufacturers Company, Limited,
at their office No. 70 Queen Strict.
E. G. SCHUMA.N,
0S2 aw Secretary & Treasurer.
TF YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
JL or any way out of order, call on A
T. RAKER, ut Capt. J. C. Cluncy'n sta
bles, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
IST'Breaking hones to nubile or car
riago a specialty. 4'20 ly
.r.ar.oATA. co SAiii.vur.itH,
.Loft in A. F. Cookes Now FiioProof
Building, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
Flags of all descriptions made anil
repaired. ly h
051 lm b
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Mr. B. F
I r ii
1. 58 Queen Street,
Next door to W. G. Irwin &. Co.
Thanking the Public for their lilusral
patronage tinting the past seventeen
years, they 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 moio
of the well known
which arc ready for inspection; such
Crochet and Embroidery Work, Fancy
Baskets, "Willow Chairs,
among them, the
Ceftffl Love Clair,
and many other 'things Also, a little
but worthy assortment, of
Gold and Silver Jewelry,
People who hae been waiting- for mos
of these goods, please call early, as to
secure their first chance.
P. A. DIAS,
King Street, near Castle & Cooke's
Honolulu. 081 2w
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
Wishes to notify the public that he
Has Opened a Book Bindery
In the GAZETTE BUILDING, and is
now prepared to do all kinds of
Magazines, Pamphlets-, Catalogues,
Eoports Etc., Etc.', Etc.,
Bound to order in Sheep. Calfskin, Mo-
rocco, Leather or TJoauls.
fSTBy Strict attention to business
and moderate charge, I trust to merit a
fair hliaru of tho public pationngo.f)073m
J. Mn OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
Tho Lateest Foreign Papers always on
hand at tho Gazette Block, Merchant
Street. jy j,
McrcliaiitN 6c HiovckceitcvH
WTLL TAKE NOTICE that the un.
dersigned is prepared to arrango
Books and Collect Quarterly Accounts
withcurefiilness und promptnots.
Genoial Business Agent.
Campbell's New Block, Merchant Street,
A CHOIOK LOT OF
A.S. OL GTIORN&CO.
PLACE OF BUSINESS
D. M. CllOWIXY.
78 Kino Sl.mj$78 King St.
(Opposite Whitman & Wright.
.!ti"t Received Superb GtHeiiiig and
Parlor Sets, etc.. olc.
Cheaper Than Ever ! ! !
HSgrCtill and sec our Goods and your will
buy direct' f i oni the Makers, as wc nro
in Business in Honolulu and defy Con
tradiction on this point.
ICeimii'ingr, Itcrovcviniv nml
'HOKTOX" imtl "OIIAIiIiKX5K"
iVol; to le SnvpuHHcil
Crowley & Co.
BUI ' , 78 King Street.
A larjje and extremely vniied
For Sale Very Low,
Call niul I3xswiiue.
M. A. Gosbai.viw & Co.,
0!) Hotel Street.
The California Produce
and Provsion Co.
respectfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at
73 Hotel Street Honolulu,
in part of the premises occupied by
Sresovich Gray & Co.
Where can be found a complete
Produce mid Groceries,
which will be sold nt lowest market
Telephone, No. 274. P. 0. Box, 120.
Address all orders and communications
070 am Z. K. M.YEKS Manager.
Itastei'ii lixie, Siierai- Kogs,
In Shooks or Set up, also
Easterji Pine Barrels for
Hoops lion , , lin., 2 x 1-10, 2 x u
2 x 8-10.
Vov Snlc by
080 3m b J. II. BRUNS, Senior.
A Goodpasture for Horses,
ffi NEAR TOWN.
A. A. MONTANO.
Just Received from Canton via
Hongkong per Bark Helena,
In live Qualities.
In ten different Pattern?
IU VVIUIWI lit!
For Sale at' Lowest Market Ratos by
00B lm LEWEHS &. COOKE.
ENGLING & SMITH,
Tin & Sleet-Iron Welters
Roofers and Gas Fitters.
All kimln of Tin-ware ready made
or in ndo to order.
No. 54 : : King Street,
Cm Opposite Police Station. 035