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THE UNDERSIGNED have formed
n copartnership under the firm
name of " SPRECICELS & Co." for the
purpose of carrying on a general bank.
Ing nnd exchange business nt Honolulu,
nnd such other places In the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may bo deeined advisable
(Signed) OLAUS SPREOKELS.
" wm w. inwiw.
Y. P. LOW.
Rcferriug to the above wo bug lo In.
form tho business public that we arc
prepared to make loans, discount approv
cd notes, and purchase exchange at the
best current rates. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on the principal
points in the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia are being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will be given. Wc shall also be prepared
to receive deposits on open account.
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and exchange- business
010 !)mb (signed) Sl'RECKEL'
S & Co.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Battle ol" Oaliloriiin, S. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M.Rothschild &Son, London.
Tho Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Slue gtfilaj lUttn
Plodgod to noithor Sect nor Party. ,
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DQINCS.
Honolulu Rifles, 7:3d
Court Lunalilo No. GGGO, 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Hawaiian class Y. M. C. A. 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
Mr. E. P. Adams will sell at 10,
at the residence of Mrs. Scott, Berc-N
tania street, household furniture.
Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11.
STRAIGHT IN THE FACE.
Our previous article, under the
above heading, has been the subject
of considerable comment in business
circles. A few have deprecated the
idea that the future prospects of the
Hawaiian Kingdom have a gloomy
aspect; but the majority concedes
that the opinion wc formerly ex
pressed is true, and "we must do
something." The disbelievers arc
those who feel, most kecnty, the
truth and who are afraid to face the
future. Some say that sorghum
sugar cannot affect this Kingdom,
but that Mexican produce will.
Others say the opposite. This shows
that the mercantile community is not
unanimous in opinion as to the cause
that may affect us, though it may be
unanimous as to a gloomy future.
Our morning contemporary says
"The laborers are still coming and
something like equilibrium between
supply and demand must eventually
be established. The price of labor
must then fall and possibly will fall
as much as the, price of sugar has
done. Wficn wc consider how large
a part of the cost of a crop of cane
goes for wages, itis evident that a
moderate fall in present rates would
make an important difference in the
cost of production."
We ask what "laborers are still
coming?" The only laborers, now
coming arc Portuguese the most
expensive labor on the islands. They
have been contracted for at certain
rates which will not pay the planter
with the price of sugar as it now
stands, and at which it is likely to
remain. The contract term of the
first imported Portuguese has almost
expired and tho new comer's will fill
their places at the same rates. There
is no other source from which to
obtain our labor supply. The Chi
nese have been prohibited from en
tering the country, and it docs not
follow that, because a regular stream
of Portuguese will bo introduced,
"the price of labor must then fall."
The Portuguese have been previously
contracted for, during the boom, at
high rates which will not now pay
the planter and they cannot be ob
tained at less cost. Tlic city agents
may be secured by their commis
sions and exchanges, but nothing is
left for the planter. We hope that
our contemporary will explain how
"the change for the belter in tho
cost of labor is near at hand."
Tho latest scientific reports, con
cernincr sorghum Btigur, are that it
has been proved n success by means
of clipniiciil applications. It can bo
cultivated with little expense or
trouble; probably in a very short
time, portable mills will extract the
juice at n minimum of expense to the
cultivator. France has felt the
effects of the cultivation of beet
sugar in Germany. Hayti, Snn Do
mingo, Manila, Cuba and Mauritius
have in their turn felt the effects of
treaties. They have prospered and
nourished, for a time, beyond ex
pectation, and have ultimately be
come bankrupt. What is to prevent
Hawaii going through a similar
experience? Tho hard times will
undoubtedly come, and the sooner
the better so that our business affairs
may be left on a firmifinancial basis,
and that all inflated symptoms of
prosperity may be abolished.
FLOODS AND FRESHETS.
The very heavy rain that com
menced shortly before midnight, and
has fallen almost continuously since,
has done considerable damage around
Honolulu. All the streams were
turned into rushing torrents and had
reached their greatest height between
four and five o'clock. The road at
the Chinese Theater was covered to
a depth of four feet and all the
recent repairs have been entirely
destroyed. Horses, fowls, trees and
portions of buildings were washed
down and several Chinese stoics
were completely inundated, portion
of the goods floating into the harbor.
The water covered the floor of the
Chinese laundry. Smith's bridge was
canted over and from it to St. Louis
College was a sheet of water; all
the houses in the locality were
Nuuanu Avenue seemed to have
suffered the most. All the gardens
on the Punchbowl side of the Avenue
being under water at five o'clock
and for some time later. At the
second bridge the water rushed down
with tremendous force ; the viaduct
across the valley was carried away
so that residents in the eastern por
tion of the city will have their water
supply cut off. At the corner of
the Pauoa Valley road and Nuuanu
Avenue, close to the bridge, is a
small store kept by a Portuguese
who was roused up, with his family,
at four o'clock by finding the water
up to their beds. They rushed out
without clothes which were kindly
supplied them by Mr. and Mrs. A.
There was an unusual appearance
on the road, in the early hours, of
the residents of both sexes, in va
rious stages of dress, all helping the
unfortunate Portuguese family,
whose loss is considerable, a car
riage, furniture, stock in trade and
the house -being severely damaged.
The water subsided about six o'clock
but rose again later. The cellars in
many houses were "filled with water
and the Nuuanu road showed that it
had been, in places, entirely under
Hon. John Cummins telephoned
this morning 'from Waimanalo that
800 acres of his cane were under
water, but it might not be damaged ;
and that a mile of his tramway had
been washed away. It is still rain
ing hard on the other side of the
island, and has scarcely stopped
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Edmund Yates, editor of the Lon
don World has been condemned to
four months imprisonment for libel
ling Earl Lonsdale. Judgment has
been respited pending an appeal.
Mexico, April 12. Many of tho
largest houses in every lino of busi
ness are open. It is expected that
those still holding out will open on
Monday. It is understood when the
merchants all conform the Govern
ment will modify the Stamp tax.
Confidence is manifested in business
The murderers in Cincinnati jail
have formed a murderer's associa
tion. Mrs. Stratiton, tho mother of tho
late Gen. Tom. -Thumb, died at New
Haven March 2Gth.
The Moxican Government is im
porting Flemish people to introduce
into that country the cultivation of
Small-pox has broken out at
Charleston and Decatur, 111.
The decrease in the public debt of
the U. S. during the month of
March was $1-1,288,324.
Malta is mentioned as tho place
of the Pope's future residence, in
case the property of the Propaganda
in Rome should be sold, as con
templated. The German Admiralty now
thinks that it must alter
defences, inasimicli as Krupp's
improved monster guns arc found to
penetrate easily the strongest armor
Louis Enos, paymaster of tho St.
Louis and Cairo Narrow-gauge Road,
has absconded with $8,000, which
he procured by means of false
The work of laying the cable road
on Market street,' Philadelphia, will
begin before tho loth of April, and
bo finished, it is cxpcclcd, by
Newspapers in Berlin assert that
Minister Sargent declines to go to
St. Petersburg, but will return to
California and labor for a seat in tho
One hundred and forty-seven
fishermen from villages at tho mouth
of tho Volga, who were carried away
a few weeks ago by the ice, were
drifted ashore in safety ISO versts
from tho spot where the accident
happened, after a perilous voyage of
In 1882 the emigrants from Eng
land to the Australasian colonics
were 37,000 ; in 1883, 71,000.
The deficit' of John McMahon, the
defaulting New York collector of
taxes,, amounts to $G6,G't9.
The Legislature of New Mexico
has passed a bill fixing the capital at
Santa Fe, and appropriating $200,000
for a building, notwithstanding deter
mined opposition from Las Vegas and
The Government of Germany in
tends to enlarge the frontier defenses
of the empire. The forces in Alsace
will remain as at present constituted.
It has been 'decided to make atDant
zic the third great fortress on the
second line of defense. Lockyards,
arsenals and a great fortified harbor
will be constructed.
The French now occupy Ilung
hoa, which the Chinese evacuated
without offering resistance.
An attempt was made on Sunday
to assassinate the President of
Guatemala.. ..The steamer Jieliance
has been wrecked off the coast of
Tildcn assured a delegation of Pa
cific coast Congressmen that he was
not a candidate for President.... The
Senate passed a resolution directing
the Secretary of the Interior to see
if any land belonging to California
had been wrongfully attached to
Nevada The Senate passed the
Naval Appropriation bill The
Treasury Department refuses to
consider claims for back pay and
bounty out of their regular order.
Blaine has a strong lead of the
other Republican candidates for
President The opponents of Lo
gan in Illinois are making an effort
to retire him from public life It
is believed that if Sargent's place
at Berlin is not filled the German
Minister at Washington will be re-,
London, April 13. Earl Gran
ville is preparing a circular to the
Powers declaring that England is de
sirous of renewing a definite under
standing in regard to Egypt and of
establishing future relations on the
international basis of concord.
Granville will not permit England to
act in contradiction to the protocol
disinterestedness signed at the Con
ference of Constantinople.
Cairo, April 13. Communication
with Berber by land and water is cut
and the rebels have raided the en
virons. Advices from Suakim state that it
is rumored that Khartoum has fallen
and that General Gordon is a pris
oner. New York, April 1 5th. Queen
Victoria's brow is oppressed with the
nervous horror of her approaching
journey to Darnstadt, in consequence
of the recent dynamite developments,
to attend the wedding of her grand
daughter. She is to start to-morrow,
and most extraordinary precautions
have been taken to guard her through
English Inspector George is in
France searchingf or dynamiters.
A decree degrading Chinese Prince
Kung, states that he accepted bribes
and aimed at supremo power.
MAPS OF KAPIOLANI PARK and
Its Surroundings, carefully and
accurately prepared, can be obtained, at
tho reasonable price of "Five Dollars
51. D. MONSAP.RAT,
A NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
ROOM, in a private family, suit,
able for man and wlfo, with use of
Kitchen if dosired. Apply 124 King
Street. 094 lw
A Special Meeting
P THE HONOLULU RIFLES will
bo held this. Tuesday. "Evening.
at the Athletic Association Building at
Business of the utmost luportanco to
all who Signed tho ORIGINAL ROLL
of Members will be brought Forward.
FRANK GODFREY President.
. Secretary, 001 It g
MONEY TO LOAN
IN SUMS TO SUIT, ETC. INQUIRE
OF J. WILLIAMS.
002 tf 102 Fort Street
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS
Furniture Sale !
Wednesday, April gttrtl,
at 10 a.m., at tlio residence of
Mrs. H. A. Sootl, 134- Borctania Si.
on account of departure. Will be Sold
Tho Entire Household Furniture
13. 1'. AimiP, Auctioneer.
Fresli Frozen Oysters,
to be had nt
THE BEAVER SALOON,
VT THE CVSIiSro.
tS)4 lw ' If J. NOLTE.
A BLACK AND TAN
TE1UUKR DOG, Answers
to tlio nirucofDuku. Thu
Under will plea.se leturn
S. J. LEVEY,
COS! 2t b
A HOUSE, 7 Rooms, Kitchen,
Pantry and Bath House, with
nice trout gnivlcn. Also, one
Furnished Room. Applv at fi!) Emma
Strecct. 091 tf
DIVIDEND oi 810 icr share, to
stock holdora in the Grove Ilntinh
Plantation, will be payable tomorrow,
Tuesday, April 22nd, at the ollicu of the
JOHN II. PATY,
Honolulu, April 21st 1884. 093 lw b
FOR SALE, in order lo rctiie from
the Photograph Business, my Gallery
The laigeat and best on 'the island In
ncrfcot tunning order, with first class
instrument, doing a good bushiest.,
situated in the best business location in
the City of Honolulu. Rooms laige and
convenient, with one good N. E. Sky.
light and side light. About 4000 paying
registered Negatives, very rare, and not
easy to be got. Celebrated Views of all
parts of the I-lands, Hawaiians in all
their ancient costumes; also the only
Completo Views of the Volcano and
Lava flows. With a lease of three and
half years, rent very low and a good
supply of water. Will sell for live
thousand dollars part to be paid in cash
and a part with a good security Best
chance ever offered as there is but one
Galleiy beside this on the whole Group
of Islands For full particulars
Applyj to J. E. WISEMAN,
Gcuei.il Business Agent,
or A. MONTANO,
Corner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu.
POUR PINE BUILDING
LOTS at Punahou, Honolulu,
lyinsj between the premises of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham and Messrs. Gra
ham and Poster. Two of thcfc lots have
each a frontago of 100 feet on Beretania
Street and a depth of Ii00 feet, and two
have each a frontage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Street and a depth of 275 feel.
These four lots adjoin each other and
will be sold either separately or as a
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
037 tt No. 27 Merchant Street.
FOR SALE !
AX&&. T1IE PLEASANT PREM.
jftSSa ISES owned by J. BRAD
EigilftgJSffi LEY, ESQ., on the corner of
Beretania and Kceaumoku Streets, run.
ning back to Young Street.
The Cotago (almost new,) two story,
contans liino Rooms, with Kitchen, Bath,
Stables and Can inge' House. Grounds
newly laid out. Lot being 100 x !i00.
Garden shade trees. 15 minutes walk to
Tho above preitiiscs ore most desirable.
Terms icwjonable. Owner sells ou ac
countfOf leaving the Islands for a term.
r Apply to J. BRADLEY,
or to .1. E. WISEMAN,
002. 1 W . General Business Agent.
NE SIDE of thnt beautiful Oillco
now occupied entire by J. E.
Wiseman in the Campbell Block, Mor
chant street, with select office Furniture,
Apply to J. E.WISEMAN.
011 tf General Business Agent,
A GENTLE FAMILY JERSEY COW
4 years old for sale. Just suitable
for a family. Gives 0 quails of milk
a day.. Warranted a perfect pet. $7G.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
080 lw General Business Agent.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollaia per
share IH NOW PAYABLE
to tho shareholders of tho Hawaiian Oar
riago Manufuetureis Company, Limited,
at their office No. 70 Queen Sticet.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
062 aw Secretary & Treasurer.
fP YOUR HORSE IS SIOK or LAME,
JL or any way out of order, call on A
T. BAKEU, at Capt. J. O. Clunoy's sta
bles, corner of Queen & Punchbowl sts.
EgTBrcaklng horses to saddle or car
rlago a specialty. 420 Jy
-11 A V 12
1)1 AN? HIM)
lo. 58 Qneen Street
Next door to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Thanking the Public for their liberal
patronage doling the. past s-evanteen
years, they will do their best to retain
the same at (heir 'new store.
ALVIN J I. RASEMANN
Wishes to notify the public thnt he
Has Opened a Book Bindery
In the GAZETTE BUILDING, and is
now prepared to do all kinds of
Magazines, Pamphlets, Catalogues,
Reports Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Bound to order in Sheep, Calfskin, Mo
rocco, Leather or Boards.
t5FBy strict attention to business
and moderate charge, I trust to merit a
fair share of tho, public patronage.0073m
Tregloan & Atwater,
Have.Just Received a Choice Lot of
. Per- Birmah.
Pout & Hotel Sts.
rJCH3E KIN AU,
OH THE ACCOMMODATION of the
Public tlio KINAU will arriye in
Honolulu, Saturday, Aprilt20th, at day
light, leaving Kawajhae' at 10 a.m.,
Friday, April 25th, Mahukona at noon
same day, Maalaea.Bny at 0 p.m. Pas.
senger train from Niulii at 8 a.m.,
Friday, April 2Gth. 080 8t b
Notice of Removal.
W. II. PLACE, of tho EUREKA
HOUSE, Maunakea Street, begs to inform
his friends and tho public generally, that
ho will remove to those central premises,
at tho corner of Marino nnd Nuuanu Sts,
on the lfitli hist,, and will open the same
with a new stock of Cigars, Cigarettes,
Tobacco, Pipes, etc., all of the finest
biands. Further notice ot the opening
will bo given. 082 td
.t. ar. oat & co., maiiiakkhn,
Loft in A. F. Cookes Now FlrcProof
Building, foot of Nuunnu Street.
Honolulu, H. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
. repaired. ly b
3Ii'cIimitK & Storekeeper
WILL TAKE NOTICE that the tin.
dersigned is prepared to arrange
Books nnd Qollcct Quarterly Accounts
with carefulness nnd promptness.
General Business Agent,
Campbell's Now Block, Morchant Street.
A CHOICE LOT OP
A.B. OL GnORN&CO.
D. M. CHOWl.KY.
(Opposite Whitman & Wright.)
.lus-t Received Superb Oovorinn and
Parlor Sets, etc., etc.
Cheaper Than Ever ! ! !
HSJTCall nnd sec our Goods nnd your will
buy direct from the Makers, as wc are
In Business in Honolulu and defy Con
tradiction on this point.
JCeimiriiig;, Htccovcviii"; ami
"imwtosi" ami ;iiAiiiii:x;:
io: lobe Hui'jinHscMl
Crowley & Co.
C01 Cm 78 King Street.
To Planters I Others
File Lane Yoim.
Apply to fl. I. Wowsett,
or K. A. Jtrukuw,
088 tf Queen Street.
iwrjre. WM. STATIIAJI,
of the Firm of
Statlinin A Do., IMaiio lannlaotineiH,
ol S-Saii JfranclHoo.
who for two successive years received
the only Gold Medal for Pianos at the
jVtcclianics Ins i,i Lute
for 1882, 188R, will visit Honolulu per
S. S Alameda, arriving on April 22nd,
and will remain here for ten days, during
which time he will undertake lo repair
and tunc Pianos, Organs, etc. Any one
requiring tho service of a master hand
will leave letter. Care of
C. E. WILLIAMS,
COO lw b Fort Street.
m AT" Uw M, (T
'a UVIlii 'WfA a Uli Vis 'U'IJb
Dealers in all kinds of
The Lateest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant,
Street. ly b
A large and extremely varied
1 AKI ClIIEiDRKST'S
ForfcSale Very Low,
1 Cull and Exrsxmijie.
M. A. GUNSALVHH & Co.,
074 lm fiO Hotel Street.
The California Produce
Jiml lrovwion Co.
respectfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at
73 Hotel Street Honolulu,
in part of tho premises occupied by
Sresovicli Gray & Co.
Wliero can bo found a completo
stock of t
l?iocliico Jiiicl Groceries,
which, will bo sold nt lowest market
Tolephono, No. 274. P. 0. Box, 120.
Address all orders and communications
TO8m Z. K. MYERS Manager.
Eastern IMiie Snprnr Kejji
In Shooks or Set up, also
Eastern Pine Barrels for
Hoops Iron , $, Hn., 2 x ui; 2 x H,
For Sale by
080 !lm b J. H. BRUNS, Senlbr.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
A. A. MONTANO.
CROWLEY & CO.
70 King St. IH 78 King St,