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I BANKING NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED havo formed
a copartnership under tho Aim
name of " SHtECKELS A, Co." foi tho
purpose of carrying on n goncral batik
tag and exchango business at Honolulu,
and such other places hi the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may bo deemed advisable
? (Signed) CLAUS SPRECKELS.
Wm O. IRWIN.
P. F. LOW.
Honolulu, .Inn. 14th, 1881.
Hcfurrlug to tho nbovo wo beg to in.
form tho business public that wo nro
prepared lc makoloana, discount upprov.
cd notes, nnd pmchnso exchango at the
best current littes. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on thu principal
points in the United Slates, Europe,
. China, Japan and Australia aro being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will be given. We shall also bo prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
moke collections, nnd conduct a general
banking nnd exchnnce business.
010 3mb (signed) SPRECKELS & Co.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawniinn Islands.
Draw Evclmngc on the
JLSunlc oi CalUbruiu, S. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON. HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild &Soiij London.
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sidney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington.
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C. and Poitland, Oi.
j Transact a General Banking Businct.
GOO ly b
Pledged to neither Scot nor Patty.
Bat ostabllsliod for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Drawing Class. Y. M. C. A. 7:30
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7 :30.
Casino at the Park, open all day.
Bethel Sunday School, at 0 :45.
Fort St. Church S. S. at 0 :4.r.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Service, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, service,
morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, service, morning
Y. M. C. A.
3 :30 p.m.
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
Vestry, at 6:15
MATTERS OF INTEREST IN THE
lion. Cecil Brown has intioduced
a bill to fix the ownership of wild
turkejrs. As the law now is, wild
turkc3'S arc not considered property,
and ate therefore not subjects of
larceny. Many holders of mountain
lands dciivc a large part of this
revenue from the sale of wild turkeys,
a large proportion of the turkeys in
our market being derived from their
souce. Under the existing law any
one can go upon anothers land and
carry off all the tut keys he can lay
his hands upon, and the only remedy
of the owner of the land is to sue
for trespass. Of course no actual
damage to the land can he proved and
Mr. turkey&tealor laughs in his sleeve,
as he pays the nominal damage and
pockets the value of the turkeys.
This is wrong. Turkeys are valua
ble property, as any small boy
knows at Thanksgiving time, and
owners should be protected in their
rights of pioperty. The Bill should
became a law.
The resolution introduced by Hon.
,S. B. Dole, asking that the Crown
Commissioners report the income re
ceived during the past two years
fiom Crown Lands, is a good one.
The Crown Lands arc public pro
perty, the levcnue from which is
given to His Majesty in addition to
the salary voted him by the Legisla
ture. It is therefore eminently
proper that the Legislnttue, who re
piesent the public, should knqw
what income the King derives from
this source, in' order that they may
vote intelligently concerning tho
salary which they are asked to ap
propriate for him.
Hon. J. L. Kaulukou is already at
the front with proposals for an $8,
000,000 loan. Mr. Kaulukou is tho
gentleman who upon his return from
the little trip which- he took to Japan
in 1882, informed his admiiing
friends that ho had concluded to
abandon the practice of the law and
hereafter devote himself to going
upon foreign missions. Piobnbly
ho thinks that 8,000,000 would par
tially defray the expenses of his for
eign mission work.
The interest on 8,000,000 at 9
per cent., the government cannot
place a loan at G per cent., will bo
$720,000 per annum. No doubt Mr.
Kaulukou's constituents will gladly
contribute to make up this littlo sum,
if the government lovenucs foil short,
thereby enabling him to pursuo his
life work in lands, where his budding
genius irmy expand and bloom forth
in its full glory.
Tho Ministcis arc there. They
abide in the House aud wait. The
Autocrat of tho concern sits on the
small of his back, and gazes into tho
future. Since the hour when the
election of the President was an
nounced, and the momentary facial
coutoition indexed the. internal
spasm, and the far-awny looking-into-the-hereafter
possession, the schemer has been
hovc-to, apparently taking observa
tions. Tho Minister of Finance, with less
discretion, has frequently risen to
feet, and the occasion, and address
ed the House. On Tuesday he gave
notice of his intention to introduce
the Appropriation Bill, and the next
day produced a sheet, approaching
tile size of a bed spread, printed on
one side with many figures, which
proved to be the promised Bill. The
sections whieh.followed the columns
of figures were copied verbatim from
the Bill of 1882, dates and all. Mr.
Finance is a jolly man, but more
impulsive than wise. His " gover
nor" will have to coach him more.
The Attorney General, absorbed
in thought, preserves a dignified
silence. Perhaps he is wrestling
'with the dilemma of the situation.
The intriguing Autocrat, the cap
ricious members, and the inherent
difficulties of the case4 are a combi
nation which well might tax the in
genuity of the exotic politician.
The Minister of the Interior has
been ill, and has not been present
Tho general attitude savors of the
Tweed position, of " What are you
going to do about it ?"
The House has gradually settled
down to regular work ; the excite
ment attending the organization hav
ing gmduallysubsidcd. The election
of Mr. Rhodes, as President, appeals
to give general satisfaction both in
the House and elsewhere. A slight
slued of cloud prognostic of coining
thunder, apperred above the Legis
lative horizon when a somewhat ob
scure resolution was offered by Hon.
Nawahi, calliug upon the Minister
of Finance to explain when the new
silver currency became Hawaiian
currency. The Minister explained
that it became Hawaiian currency
by resolution of the King in Privy
Council, the exact date of which
meeting he had forgotten, but he
would look it up. Vital questions
show a disposition to keep for a
while in the back ground, and ordi
nary business absorbs the time and
eloquence of the House. National
economy seems so far to be gene
rally popular, doubtless in conse
quence . of the pressure of public
sentiment, The King's speech re
commends ccoiionry. The Minis
terial budget bids for popularity by
leaving out appropriations for immi
gration, and for some other items
supposed to be dear to the Royal
hopes. These neglected appropria
tions are to be made up by resolu
tions from members of the House,
and the burden of increasing the
Appropriation Bill saddled on the
House. Among the Nobles and Re
presentatives there septus to be a
laudable sentiment in favor of pub
lic economy. Considerable har
mony exists in tho House, and mem
bers popularly supposed to bo at
opposite political poles are, so far,
singularly courteous and friendly to
wards each other. A resolution for
furnishing all the Honolulu news
papers to the members was opposed
with such strict rectitude by the
House, that the introducer finally
withdrew it. The legislative jack
knife has been furnished totheraem
bers br some generous authority
supposed to be the Government.
These knives are fine specimens, with
"four" blades, more or less, and
suitable for sharpening lead pencils,
cutting legislative plug-tobacco,
trimming Honorable finger nails, or
picking the teeth of the House. The
Parliamentary ink-stand is s smooth,
solid looking affair, extremely handy
as a missile in case of a personal
misunderstanding between any two
or more honorable members. At
present appearances such misunder
standing is not likely to tako place.
Saturday, May 2.
The House assembled at 10.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the
Socretnry read tho minutes of tho
preceding day, which were adopted.
The only petition presented was
from Mr. Kamakclc, from Makawao,
that the' Reciprocity Treaty be con
tinued. Referred to Finance Com
mittee. Mr. Kaulukou asked for-a suspen
sion of the rules that he may read a
Mr. Aholo thought the lion, mem-'
bcr had better wait uutil resolutions
were in order. He did not believe
in changing the order of business.
The motion was lost.
There being no reports from stnnd
ingj or select committees, petitions
were in onjer. "
Mr. Kaulukou, on suspension of
the rules, made a joint resolution
that $40,000 be appropriated out of
the public moneys for the expenses
of the Legislative Session of 1884.
Passed its second reading, and will
come up for third reading on Mon
day. On suspension of the rules, Mr.
Lilikalani moved a resolution that
tho Sergcant-at-Arms be instructed
to furnish each member with 300
two cent postage stamps.
Mr. Smith made an amendment
that 100 be'furnished.
Mr. Lilikalani accepted the amend
ment, which was carried.
Mr. C. Brown asked to read, for
first time, his bill relating to the reg
istration and identification of Chi
nese. Passed to its second reading.
Mr. Smith read, for the first time,
a bill to regulate.Section 12, Chapter
85 of the Civil Code, relating to the
recording of maniages. Passed to
its second reading.
Mr. C. Brown read first time his
bill relating to turkeys and wild fowl.
Passed to its second reading.
Mr. G. Brown moved a resolution
on behalf of the Standing Commit
tees, that the House do meet at 1
o'clock each day for a period of two
weeks to enable the various Com
mittees to prepare their work. In
explanation the honorable member
said if the resolution was carried it
would greatly expediate the work of
the committees. The resolution was
Mr. Amara presented a petition
that $500 be appropriated for anchors
and buoys for the port of Puuiki,
District of Waialua. Laid on table.
Mr. Hitchcock, that $1,500 be ap
propriated to improving the landing
at Laupahochoe, Hilo. Referred to
Committee on Public Lands.
Mr. Nawahi said that in a report
of the Minister of Finance, dated
Maj' 5, he shows a balance of $89,
789.29 in the treasury, while a later
report shows a balance of only $48,
230.71. He would move a resolu
tion that the said Minister be re
quested to state what has become of
the deficiency, $41,558.58.
Mr. Aholo moved to refer to Fi
Mr. Nawahi said that he was on
the Committee of Finance. He
thought the Minister of Finance
ought to explain the matter himself.
Mr. Kaulukou supported Mr.
Aholo's-motion, as all the members
of the Finance Committee were ex
perts, and they would be able to find
out any discrepancies.
Mr. Kauhane supported the leso
lution. Mr. G. Brown said he thought ho
could possibly explain matters. Tho
deficiency could be traced to tho
Custom House, as it is usual for 90
days to be allowed for duties id bo
paid in, and there is generally delay
paying in- monies. Those having
charge of this matter were certainly
not well posted, or they would never
havo let such a statement get out.
The resolution was finally referred
to the Finance Committee.
Mr. Nakaleka, on suspension of
the rules, presented a petition from
the Jcokuas (nurses) at Kalawao,
Molokai with 61 signatures that the
custom of requiring them to work,
by tho Superintendent, be abolished.
Referred to Sanitary Committee.
Mr. Knulukou moved the order of
the day. The first business was tho
second reading of a bill to amend
section 1442 of the Civil Code relat
ing to tho granting of charters of
corporation. Quito a lengthy dis
cussion took placo over this bill,
carried on by the Attorncy-Gcnctal,
Messrs Smith, "Widcmann, C. Brown
At 12 o'clock Mr. "Widenmtni
moved an adjournment until 1 o'clock
Monday. This was carried 21 to
11, and the bill will be brought up
as unfinished business.
STEADY COMPOSITOR. Apply
Daily Bulletin OH cu.
ONE or two intelligent BOYS (white
preferred), for ihe printing dubL
ness. Apply Daily Bulletin Ollice.
J A SITUATION, by nn elderly woman,
$&. as NURSE, or HOUSEKEEPER.
Address M. (J. ollice of this papir.
ON CONS'DERATIONof the urgent
request 01 onr employes, wo beg
to give notice that on and nfter May 10th
1884, the Honolulu Iron "Works Co. will
close their Works on Saturdays at 12
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Honolulu, May 3rd, 18e4. 701 lw
Co. Partnership Notice.
THE" UNDERSIGNED have this day
formed a Partnci slilp in Laupa.
hoelioc, Hawaii, for the purpose of
carving on ageneial Merehnndisc Store
under the name of J. D. Fiaser & Co.
J. D. Fit YSER.
E. W. BARNARD.
May 1st, 1S8J.
"TMIOM AND AFTER THIS DATE,
No Licensed Hacks
will he permitted to occupy the
in Hie front or rear of the
Without wiiltcn permission fiom
Manager of said Hotel.
JgjT All hacks violating' this rule, epo.
chilly after 10 o'clock, wilbe prosecuted
GEO. II. FASSETT,
Honolulu, May 1, 1884. 704 lm
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
LEASED the right
to occupy the
Hawaiian Hotel Hack Stand,
Will, in future, place a sufficient
number of Cariiages on said stand to
meet the lequiicments of the
II O T IP TL. OU E S T S.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CARRIAGE CO.
Honolulu, May 1, 1881. 701 lm
ON MAY 1st on the O. S S. Co's
wharf, a GOLD BRACELET.
The owner can have bamc by desciibing
it and paying cost of advertisement,
aud a, plying to.
n. .1. NOLTE,
703 3t Beaver taaloon.
Ex Br. bark Sir Win, Wallace,
For Sale in quantities to suit
7- a iw
DIVIDEND of Paia Plantation' of
$5 per share on May l,t, at tho
o co of
702 lw Castle & Cooke A oils.
MR. P1HL OPFERGhLT has this day
been udmiited as a paitner of our
13. UovrscHLAuaRii & Co,
Honolulu, May lbt, 1884. 702 2t
BUILDING LOT 200ft x 100ft
AVERY DESIRABLE BUILDING
LOT2C0 xlGO, on the coiner of
Punsacola and Lunalilo sticcts, being
central in its location, having n com
manding viow, And botli fenced and
watered. Making it n. very line lot for
a family residence
Apply to Jmita A. IChnvkdy,
tit the Honolulu Iron Wotks,
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY, Apply
to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kin? S'tect,
nearly opooite the Windsor Restaurant,
COO ly b
Next door to W. G. Irwin & Co. 9
Thanking tho Public-for their liberal
patronage dining tho past seventeen
yearn, tlioy will do their best to retain
the same at their new store.
A great ni'inlei of my eu;toineis hav
ing made enquiiios after more of those
Easter Citron Bis
I ,vill furnish a Email supply
At 5 p. in.,
AND SUNDAY MORNING.
JggTPlensc Icive oideis not later,
than 12 noon eveiy Saturday
Steam Cindy Factory and Bakery,
J. 31. OAT &. CO., MAIIiTOAKEBS,
Loft in A. F. CookcH New Fiie-Pioof
Building, foot of Nuiianu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
repaired. ' ly b
A new nnd full Line of Australian
Saddles & Bridles,
Cil lm h A. S. CLEG-HORN & Co.
Administrat rs' Notice t
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED thi
day, Administintoi with Will
annexed, of ihe Estate of Simon K.
Kuni, deceased, by the Supienie Court,
wc hereby notify all cicditois of the
said Estate to lile their claims, duly
veiilled, with us within six months
fiom this date; if not so Jllcd, they will
bo toievcr baned.
S. B DOLE,
i S. M. DAMON,
Administrators with lho Will annexed
of the Eitato of Simon K. Kaai, late de
censed. Houolulu, April 20, 1S81, GOT lm
A DIVIDEND of Three Dnllais per
share IS NOW PAYABLE
to tho shareholder of lho Hawaiian Car
rin go Manufacturers Company, Limited,
at their ofllce No. 70 Queen Strict.
E. G. SnilMAN,
052 aw Scei olnry & Treasurer.
F YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME,
or anv wav out of order, null on A
T. BA KER, at Capt. J. O. Cluncy's sta
ble-, coiner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
2TBieaking horses to saddle or car
liago a specialty. 420 ly
WE THE UNDERSIGNED warn
people nguinst advancing
monoy on Draft, No. 248 and dated Feb
maiy 7lh, 1884, drawn on Messis. G. W.
Mftctailano & Co. in our favor, by J, II;
Sopor, manager of 0 kala Sugar Co ,
for the Amount of $100,
097 lw CHUNG LEE & CO.
PLACE OF BUSINESS
D. M. CKOWIXY.
CROWLEY & GO.
78 King SI,
(Opposito Whitman & Wilglit.)
Just Received Supeib Coveting nnd
Parlor Sets, etc.,(etc.
Cheaper Than Evor ! ! !
JggrCall and sec our Goods and your will
buy dhect fiom the Makers, as we are
in Business in Honolulu anil defy Con
tradiction on this point.
KciuiriiiK Recovering and
" HOHTOX 'I anil " CM ALLRXGK '
Not. tollO ISlll'IMlHlBCtl
Crowley & Co.
591 Gm 78 King Sti cot.
ToMters & Otta
30 HBiiie Lai'e
Young -Mules !
Apply to .H. I. Dowsett,
or K. A. IJrakaw,
G88 tf Queen Street.
The California Produce
jumI ProvNion Co.
lespectfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at
73 Hotel Street Honolulu,
in part of Uic premises occupied by
Sresovicli G-ray & Go.
Wheie can be found a complete
JPi'ocliiee hm1 Groceries,
which will be sold at lowest maiket
Toleplione, No. 274. P. 0. Box, 120.
Address all orders and communications
670 8m Z. K. MYERS Manager.
Eawtci'ii Pine Suprar Kegs,
. In Shocks or Set up, also
Eastern Pine Barrels for
Hoops Iron X, , lin., 2 x 1-1C, 2 x ,
2 x 3-10.
For Sale ly
C8C 3m b J. II. BHUNS, Senior.
FOR SALE, in oider to letire from
the Photogiaph Business, my Gallery
The luigeM. and best on the island In
perfect mnning order, with first class
instruments, doing a good business,
situated in the best business location in
the City of Honolulu. Rooms laige and
convenient, withono good N. E. Sky.
light and side liirht. About 40PO paying
registered Negatives, very raie, and not
easy to be got. Celebrated Views of all
pans of the Inlands, Hawaiians in all
their ancient costumes; also the only
Complete Views of the Volcano nnd
Lava flows. With a lease of three and
half yeais, lent veiy low and a good
supply nf water. Will sell for five
thousand dollais pnu to bo paid in cash
and a part with' a good security Ue'st
chance everoU'en-d as there is but one
Galleiy besi e this on the whole Group
of Islands For lull pniticulars
Apply, t) J. E. Wli-EMAN,
Geneial Bin-mess Agent,
or A. MONTANO,
Coiner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu.
FOUR FINK BUILDING
LOTS at Punahou, Honolulu,
lying between tho i remises of
Jur. U. 1 .Dillingham and Messrs. Grn.
ham and Foster. Two of thepo lots have
each a frontage of 100 feet on Boretania
Street and a depth of f00 feet, and two
havo each a fi outage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Sticct and a depth of 275 feet.
'Ihcso four lots adjoin each other and
will bo bold either separately ortas a
Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT,
CB7tf No. 27 Moi chant Strcot.
THAT DESIRABLE and neatly lo.
cated Stoic and Premisos Lincoln
Block King Street. This Fire Proof
Brick Building iccenily finMied is one
of tho lino t in tho clly of Honolulu.
Gas Pipes and Paleut Water Closets and
everything pertaining to modem im.
pavements throughout the building.
The uppir pait of piemises will bo iltted
up to suit Tenant either as a Wac house
or for Household pin pofe3. APiivato
entrance also in the rear fo premif es.
Apply to J. E. W1SEMAM,
008 lw Geneial Business Agent.
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