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IT II AS pleased Ills Majesty the King
to appoint the following gentlemen to
he Companion of 111" Royal Order of
The Hon. Josr.i'ii Hknuv S. Maiu'IK,
' " Dvvm Iloi'KNt 'Naiii.st.
" " KtiwAito Smith.
" " Jamks Kauuank.
" ' ,IOUN KAtiKUAM Kau.nam.vko.
CHARLES II. JUDD.
Chancellor Royal Order of Kapiolani.
Iolunl Palace, April 28th, 188-1.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED have f mined
X a copartnership undei the 11 rm
name of " SPRECKELS & Co." for the
purpose of carrying on a general bank.
lug and exchange business al Honolulu,
and such othoi places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may be deemed advisable-
(Signed) GLAUS SP11ECKELS.
Win. G. IRWIN.
F. k LOW.
Referring to the above we beg to in
torm the business public that we are
prepared to make loans, discount iipprov
ed notes, and pin chase exchange at. the
best current rate. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on the principal
points in .the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia are being
made, nnd when perfected, due notice
will be given. We shall also be prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct n general
banking and exchange business.
010 limb (signed) SPRECKELS & Co.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Kuiilc of Culiloiriiia., S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
The Rank of Nov Zealand: Auckland,
Chi'istcburch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, R. C. and, Portland, Or.
Transact a General Ranking Business:.
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HfW $)aUM sBttUtftttt
Fledged to neither Beet nor Party.
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Bund, Emma Square, 7: CO.
Sherman's Circus, 7:00.
Algaroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7:30.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Book-keeping class Y M. C. A.
THE KINC'S SPEECH.
The "Speech from the Throne,"
at the opening of the present session
of the Legislature, is a little more
length' and a little less dry than
similar speeches usually arc. The
public, in all countries of a limited
monarchical government, expect to
learn from the. Sovereign's address,
prepared by his Ministers, that every
thing possible has been done for the
benefit of the people and for the
advancement of their good. What
ever the public may have thought
' and belieed before, they are invari
ably righted on the opening of Par
liament ! It is not to be expected
that the Hawaiian Kingdom should
Re different from other Kingdoms ;
neither, is it. Nevertheless, there
will still be divided opinions in the
community concerning the dojngs
and results of the past two years, of
which most intelligent residents have
a moderately full outline knowledge ;
but, as the Legislature is in session,
and Ministers arc in attendance to
answer questions and supply infor
mation, any who are not disposed to
receive unqiiestioningly the King's
Speech, will have opportunities to
make further inquiries through their
The speech in a measure indicates
and foicshadows, although in the
usual indefinite Way, the policy and
intentions of the government. Re
newal of the Treaty of Reciprocity
with the United States is kept in
view. Immigration "as a measure
of iepopulation" is considered to be
"fraught with much importance
to the welfare of the country." The
"settlement in the country of Portu
guese and other immigrants who
have fulfilled a term of service, ".in,
in the opinion of the Government,
'rjnost desirable," and "measures
to promote" this object will be laid
before the house. The "subject of
Sub-marine Cable Communications
as a National Hawaiian enterprise,"
"pinna for the supply of Honolulu
with alt abundance of Water to nn
extent commensurate with a largo
future development of the city,"
and "plans and estimates to provide
for llic increased effectiveness" of
the "military and police administra
tion of the country," arc all to be
submitted for the consideration of
lite Legislature. It is re-assuring to
learn that "Ministers have placed
their estimates of current expendi
ture Within the estimate of current,
All who love the country and sin
cerely desire its welfare, unite in the
wish that those who arc entrusted
with the responsible duty of legisla
tion may be "guided in their deli
berations by a just and patriotic"
spirit, so that the Nation may bo
benefitted by their consultations and
Monday, April 28lh 1884.
The House met at 10 o'clock this
morning, Hon. G. Rhodes in the
chair. In the absence of a chaplain,
prayer was said by the Hon. G. W.
Pilipo. The roll was then called',
the following Representatives ans
wering to their names:
Honorablcs J L Kaulukou, Jas
Keau, J T Baker, E K Lilikalani,
Frank Brown, J Amaru, Cccli Brown,
Asa Kaulia, ,T W Kalua, L Aholo,
John Richardson, L W P Kanealii,
"W O Smith, J Kamakele, J Gardner,
J K Kupihca, J Nakaleka, J Nawahi,
D II Hitchcock, J K Kaunamano,
Godfrey Brown, G "W Pilipo, D II
Nahinu, J Kauhane, J M Kauwila,
S B Dole, W E Rowell and G B Pa
lohnu. The Secretary, Mr. E. A. Pcarce,
having read the minutes of Satur
day's proceedings, on motion of
Hon. J. Keau they were adopted.
Hon. E. K. Lilikalani called the
attention of the House to a mistake
made by the Secretary in the date of
the proceedings, reading 1882 instead
of 188-1. The mistake was rectified.
A committee consisting of Hons.
D. II. Hitchcock, Asa Kaulia and L.
W. P. Kanealii was appointed to ex
amine the credentials of the Repre
sentatives. Hon. S. B. Dole called attention
to the fact that in the printed list of
Nobles in Saturday's paper 21 names
were inserted. He wished to have
the presence of the Hon. G. W. Mac
farlane. in the House, as a Noble, ex
plained. His Excellency the Minister of
Finance in explanation said that it
had pleased His Majesty to appoint
the Hon. G. W. Macfarlane a Noble
in place of Hon. P. Kanoa, resigned.
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn was ap
pointed a committee of one to inform
the Chief Justice that his presence
was required in the House to ad
minister the oath to the new Nobles,
lions. J. H. S. Martin, J. II. Walker
and G. W. Macfarlane.
His Honor attended and admin
istered the oath, which was also
taken by His Excellency the Attor
Hon. W. O. Smith moved that the
rules of the Legislature of 1882 be
furnished to each member for refer
ence. Hon J. W. Kalua said that the
honorable member's motion was pre
mature as the House was not prop
Hon. J. Aholo supported him. t
No action was taken.
Hon. J. W. Kalua wished to know
whether Their Excellencies the Min
ister of the Interior and the Attorney
General had taken the oath as Nobles
in the House. He moved that the
Chief Justice attend and administer
the oath to them.
IliB.Excellenoy the Attorney Gen
eral said that ho had taken oath as a
Miuistcr, which included certain
duties. He assured the Honorable
Member from Lnhaina that the
country would not be hurt by their
taking an oath too much.
The Committee on Credentials re
ported that they found them correct
and the districts all represented in
Hon. C. R, Bishop nominated
Hon. Godfrey, Rhodes as President
for the session of 1884. Hon. J.
Kaulokou nominated His Excellency
Governor Dominis. The Ho use pro
ceeded ta ballot, Hons. ,T. Nawahi
and "W. O. Smith beine appointed
tellers. The ballot resulted as fol
lows: Hon. Godfrey Rhodes, 24;
nis Excellency Governor Dominis,
20, and the lion. G, Rhodes was de
clared duly elected.
The President elect thanked the
House most heartily for the high
honor conferred upon him, an honor
which is "the greatest that can be
given to any one, to preside over a
body of men in their deliberations.
In nec.epticg the honor I do so with
the greatest' responsibility. I ask
for . your favor and consideration so
as to conduct this business with
satisfaction. I shall act with the
strictest impartiality in tho fulfil
ment of tho duties you have called
me to. I may fall into somo.crror,
but beforehand 1 ask and crave your
indulgence, and hope that our joint
labors may prove of some good to
Hon. Cecil Brown nominated Hon.
L. Aholo for the office of Vice-President.
No other candidate being
nominated, Hon. G. "W. Pilipo moved
that the rules bo suspended and that
the Honorable Member from Lahaina
be elected by acclamation. Carried.
Hon. J. W. Kalua moved that the
rules of 1882 be accepted as the
rules for present session. Carried.
Hon. J. W. Kalua nominated Mr.
S. A. Thurston for the olllce of
Hon. J. L. Kaulukou nominated
Mr. E. A. Pierce. The note was as
follows: E. A. Pierce 29, S A
Thurston 19, Mr, Pierce was declared
The House now proceeded to ballot
for Sergeant-at-Arms. Hon. J. S.
Kaulokou nominated Mr. S. Now
lein. Hon. Cecil JBrown nominated
Mr. W. II. Halstcad. The result of
the ballot was : S. Nowlein, 27; W.
II. Halstcad, 20. Mr. S. Nowlein
was declared elected.
Hon. J. Keau nominated Rev.
J. Waiamau for the office of Chapr
Hon. S. B. Dole nominated Rev.
W. P. Kahale. The ballot resulted
as follows :
Rev. J. Waiamau, 26; Rev. W.
P. Kahale, 17; Rev. J. M. Kealoha,
3. . o
Hon. Asa Kaulia nominated John
'D. Holt, for the office of messenger.
Hon. J. "W. Kalua nominated J.
Mattoon. A lengthy discussion
took place on these nominations, as
both candidates held office under
the Government. The result of the
ballot was John D. nolt
. THE KAPI0LANI CAPTURED.
The story published in the Bulle
tin on the afternoon of the 26th
inst., relative to the capture and
flight of the schooner Knpiolani, has
had a seqnel within the past fortjr
cight hours by the pursuit olid re
capture of the stolen vessel by Dep
uty Marshal Dayton, acting under
instructions of the Attorney General ;
the steamer C. R. Bishop being used
to aid the officer of the law in his
From information received it is
learned that, the steamer C. R. Bis
hop, Captain Davies, after leaving
port here on the evening of the 26th
inst., was pointed to the south-west,
a supposition prevailing that the Kn
piolani had made for the southward,
the ostensible port of dectination of
Captain Cook and his followers being
supposed to be Christmas Island,
lying in the Pacific Ocean in latitude
1 41- S. longitude 157 30- W.
After running until midnight of the
26th on a S.W. course, tho steamer
was hauled up to the westward until
early morning when she again went
on a southerly course. At noon on
the 27th the Kapiolani was sighted
and shortly afterwards Deputy Day
ton was enable to board her and
arrest the captain W. N. Cook and
II. Jlanlon, James Swain and Martin
Boylon who Were also on board.
The successful cruiser returned to
port this morning with the schobnor
in tow, a gun being fired on arrival ;
the Kapiolani with a prize crew on
board is now anchored in. mid-harbor.
A delegation from the precincts of
tho Palace consisting of ten soldiers
under command of Captain Kaholea
accompanied the expedition and are
reported to have so regarded the
services rendered, in doing guard
duty over the desparate buccaneers,
that they are now resting ou their
arms waiting the appearance of more
pirntes and a like journey. '
The schooner is the property of
Mr. John Colburn, and is valued at
$800 ; she has but little cargo in her,
nothing of much value, and was sup
posed by her owner to have origi
nally started for Waianae. The suc
cess attending the expedition reflects'
credit upon Deputy Marshal Dayton
and Captain Davies who mapped out
the track on which tho vessel was
most likely to be found, the result
showing that both officers "know
how it is" themselves.
The parties will probably bo
brought before Judge Bicherton to
morrow morning for a hearing.
Auction Sales by Lyons & Levoy
at the Residence of Mis. .1. C.ilajselilcn
ICO Fort Street
on account o" departure, on Wednesday,
April :10th, at 10 a in., will be void the
entire Household Fin nihil e, Compi islnf
Uim! Bimtin HH. 3JuHru.sMks,
Chest of Drawers, Wardrobe,
Mosquito Nets, Chairs, fablos. Rugs, Crock
ery and Glaswaro, Pictures, Verandah Chairs.
Cook Slovo and KHchon Utensils, ole,, etc.
Lyons & Luvi.y, Auctioneers.
BETWEEN the house of Mr. Kololii,
on the Palace Walk, nnd Mr. Pilu
ccr's stables, on Queen Street, U GOLD
NECKLACE and GOLD BREAST PIN,
on tho evening of April 2-Jtb. A liberal
reward will be given to the Under, on
lelitrning the same to .1. T. Waterhonsc's
stoic, Queen street.
09!) 2t RAMOND DE REYES.
Apply to H. HACKFEL13 & Co.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
AGAINST the estate of II. A. Scott
deceased, tbnl have not been piesented,
aie. requested to piesenl them at once at
the (lice of Messrs. Wilder & Co., as l
intend leaving the kingdom per steamer
Alameda tho llrst ult. '
099 It Signed, SARAH 13. SCOTT.
Furniture for Sale.
A SMALL comfortable, o loom Cot
tage on King street, adjoining T.
R. Rawlins' residence, near Lillhn St.,
to lent, 20 month. Furnitmo lluough
out for sale. A good home for a. small
family. Apply at once to
J. E. WISEMAN,
099 .1 w Geneial Business Agent.
Corner of Nuuami and Marine Streets
Is Now Open,
Tobacco and Cigars of the finest brands on
cmtaining all the latest Eistem papers'
by every mail.
of all kinds and all llavor.
099 1m YV. II. PLACE, Propiictor.
rpiIE MAIL by the
X &$. S. Alameda.
Will close at the Post Office,.
At 10 a.m. Thursday
May 1st, 1884.
A" LATE LETTER BAG " will be
kept open till 11 ;30..a.m.to receive
bite letleis, on which an additional lee
of Five Cents each letter must lj paid.
LETTERS for REGISTRATION will
be received till 0 o'clock on Tuesday
H. M. WHITNEY, P.M.G.
Post Ollce, Honolulu, Apiil 28th, 1884.
This (MONDAY) Evening-
April 5Vth, 1881.
Which will tic
Positively The Last Chance
Tommy, Ktarncy anil .Stack,
During theevening a
liy tho Be-t Talent.
Children v 25C
Itisirv'l NentH JJ5c oxlra,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
Apply ut fia Etnmu Street. 097 If
WE THE 'UNDERSIGNED warn
people against advancing
money on Diafi, No. 248 and dated Feb
ruary 7lli, 1884, diawn on Messrs, G, W.
Mncfnrlano & Co. in our favor, by .T. II,
Sopor, lnanugcr of Ookah Sugar Co,
for the Amount of 100.
097 lw CHUNG LEU & CO.
Notice of Removal.
W. II. PLACE, of the EUREKA
HOUSE, Maunakea Street, bogs to in form
his friend's nnd the public gcneinlly, that
ho will remove to those central premises,
at the corner of Marino and Nuunnii Sis,
on the 10th inst., and" will open tho same
with anew stock of Cigai, Cigaicttcs,
Tobaceo, Pipes, etc, all of the finest
brands. Fuilber notice ol . tho opening
will bo glvon. 083 td
WILL BE PAID, on conviction of
tho Person or Peisons who feloni.
ously entered my house- at Wnlklki,'
betweon Cth and 13th Ii-Mnnt, and stole
a quantity of olotlilng and household
090 lw b JOHN II. PATY.
Notice of Renal.
Next door to W. G. Irwin & Co.
Thanking the Public for their liberal
patronage duiing tho past seventeen
years, they will do thdir best to retain
the same at their ndw store.
J..U.OATA. CO., NAB.liAUh.lCW,
Loft in A.' F. Cookes New Fire-Proof
Buildin..?, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, 11. 1.
Flags of all descriptions made and
repaired. ly b
BSTAlJLTSIir.n 18 1,1,
Capital 9,000,000 Reichsmarks.
THE undersigned, having been ap
pointed agent of the above Company
for the Hawaiian Islands, is prepared to
accept risks, against Fire, on Buildings,
Furniture, Merchandise, Pioduce, Sugar
Mills etc., on the most Pavorable Terms,
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable in
070 ly b
at Wilder & Go's.
A new nnd full Line of Australian
Baddies & Bridles,
C51 lm b A. P. CLEGHORN & Co.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nmianu streets.
Fresh Groccriosand Provisions icceived
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclephono 349.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED this
day Administrators, with Will
annexed, of the Estate of Simon K.
Kaai, deceased, by tho Supreme- Court,
wo hereby notify all creditors of tho
said Estate to file their claims, duly
verified, with us within six months
from this date; if not so Hied, thoy will
be forever barred.
S. B. DOLE,
S. M. DAMON,
Administrators with tho Will annexed
of tho Estate of Simon If. Knai, Into de
ceived. Honolulu, Apiil 2u, 1881. 097 lm
Dividend Notice. '
A DIVIDEND of $10 per hhare, to
stock holders in the Giove, Ranch
Plantation, will be payable tonioirow,
Tuesday, April 22nd, at tho olllce of the
JOHN II. PATY,
Honolulu, Apiil 21t,t l&SL 093 1w b
A DIVIDEND of Three Dolhus per
share IS NOW PAYABLE
lo the shareholders of tho Hawaiian Car
rlugo Manufacturers Company, Limited,
at thoirolneeNo. 70 Queen Street.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
JPJbv Secietary &Treasuier.
J F YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
J. or any way out of order, call on A
T. HAKEii, at C.ipt. J. O. Cluuey's sta
ble, corner of Queen & Punchbowl bib.
ESTBreaUIng horses to saddle or car
rliijio a spcoialty. 420 ly
I?OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
: to MRS. TURNER. 82 King Street,
nearly opposite tho Windsor Rostnurant.
090 ly b
PLACE OF BUSINESS
lo. 58 Queen Street,
11. 31. CUWLKY. ' tIAM'Itt
CROWLEY. & CO.
78 Kino St. jll Jjj 78 King St.
(Opposito Whitman & Wright.)
.Tin t Received Superb Coveiini" and
Parlor Sets, etc., etc.
Cheaper Than Ever ! ! !
QSTCall and ee our Goods and your will
buy direct from the. Makers, as we lire
in Business in Honolulu and defy Con
tradiction oh this point.
Repairing", KecovcrittR' a.ul
"MIIMTON" ami "VHAIjI.r.fc'ttK''
Not. to1o Sni'pnKHcO
Crowley & Co.
091 Cm 781ungStiect.
To Planters & filers
File Large Yon lies
Apply to ,JT. I. BDowsctt,
or 13. A. Erakaw,
C88 tf Queen Street.
The California Produce
and Frovftion Co.
respectfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at
73 Hotel Street Honolulu..
in part of the premises occupied by
Sresovich Gray & Co.
Where can be found a complete
"Pi'oiliiee unci Groceries,
which will be sold at lowest market
Telephone, No. 274. P. CK Box. 120.
Address all orders and communication
C7C 3m Z. K. MYERS Manager.
Eastern 1'ine Sna-ar Megs,
In Shooks or Set up, also
Eastern Pine Barrels for
Hoops lion af, J'a, lin., 2 ,- Mil, 2 x J$,
a x :LW.
"For Sale by
G8G 3m b J. II. IJRUS, Senior.
FOR SALE, in order to retire from
the Photograph Business, my Gallery
The largest and best on tho island In
perfect running order, with first clas
instruments, doing a good business,
situated in the best business location in
the City of Honolulu. Rooms laige and
convenient, with one good-N. E. Sky.
light and bide light. AbouMOPO paying
registered Negatives, very rare, and not
easy xo bo got. Celebrated Views of all
parts of tho I-lands, Hawaiians in nil
their aucient costumes; also the only
Complete Views of the Volcano and
Lava flows. "With a lease of three and
half years, icnt veiy low and a good
supply of water. Will bell for 'Jive
thousand dollars pmt to be paid in cash
and a part with a good hcciliity licst
chance over offered as there is but one
Gallery beside this on the whole Group
of Islands For full naitlculim.
Apply, to J. J8. WISEMAN,
Geneial Business Agent,
or A. MONTANO,
Coiner Iorl and King Sti eels, Honolulu.
FOUR FINE BUILDING
LOTSnl Punahcui, Honolulu,
lvinir hni wi'on iim t rniulona r.e
jui. j. i! , jjiuuigimm and Messrs., Urn
ham and Foster. Two of these lots have
each a frontage of 100 feet on Berelanin
Sliect and a depth of :.00 feet, and two
have each a frontage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Street and a depth of 275 feet.
These four lots adjoin each other and
will be .sold elthei sepaiately or as a
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
('87 " No. 27 Merchant Strcot.
rMIAT DESIRABLE and neatly lo
A cated Storo and PrcmUos Lincoln
n?,k,Kin Strect' This Fa Proof
Brick Building recently finished in one
of the' finest in the city of Honolulu.
Gas Pipes and Patent Water Closets and
everything pertaining to modem lm.
provementH throughout tho building.
Tho upper, pait of premises will bo fitted
up to suit Tenant either as aWate limine
or for Household pm poses. A Private
entrance also lit tho rear "o premises.
Apply to J, E.eWISEMAM,
098 lw General Business Agent,
M I "T.T Tull.P .
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