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rpnU UNDERSIGNED luivo (inic(l
X u eopailncrship under the linn
name of " SPRKCKELS & Co." for the
purpose of currying on general bank,
inirand exchaturo busings at Honolulu,
and such other places In the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may be deemed advisable-
fSluiifil) OLAUK SPRKCKELS.
" vm a. iroviN.
P. F. LOW.
Honolulu, .Ian. 14th, 1881.
Uoforilug to the above wo hug to In.
form tho business public that we arc
prcptucil to make loans, discount uppinv.
cd notes, and puiclmso exchange at the
best cm rent tales. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on the principal
points in the United Stales, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia aie being
made, and 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 cxchnncc business.
010 3mb (signed) SPRECKKLS & (Jo.
BISHOP & (Jo., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island-.
Draw Exchange on llie
ISiuilv ol C'nlilbniiu, S. 1
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London.
The Commoieial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank oi New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, R. C. and Portland, Or.
Tiansacta Geneial Banking Huslnc.
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Pledged to neither Seot nor Party.
Bnt established for tho bonoSt of all .
TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1884.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Band, Emma. Square, 7 :30.
Honolulu Rilles, 7:30.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7:30.
Hawaiian class Y. M. 0. A. 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7 :30.
Meeting Y. P. C. T. U.. at Miss
A heroic attempt was made Friday
morning by one of the Honorable
members from Honolulu, to get an
adjournment bf the House till 1 v. m.
for giving the members an opportu
nity of witnessing the Fire parade.
This was virtuously voted down.
Later, however, when the procession
reached the front of the court house
the noise of the band and particu
larly of the big bass drum success
fully drowned alUrhetorical efforts ;
the House then perforce and with a
good conscience adjourned' for half
an hour to levicw the Fire Depart
ment. On Monday the ministerial
ranks again presented an unbroken
front after, .several days of irregular
attendance. On this same day an
attempt was made by a few members
for an adjournment of the House for
two weeks, ostensibly to give the
Finance Committee time to make
proper investigation of the Govern
ment accounts. Tt being, however,
suggested by the Finance Committee
that the time aheady provided for
them is sufficient and further more
that the true inwardness of the
motion was to give an opportunity
for one or two of the legal members
of the House to attend the Hawaii
Circuit Couit, the mot'ion died easily.
The turkey law upon its second read
ing stirred up considerable oratory.
JINKS AKDBUMPTaT THE LEGIS
LATURE. Jinks is an about town gossip who
knows every body and every thing,
hasn't much to do and plenty of lime
to o it in.
Bumps is a young man originally
from Boston, and consequently some
what green and a good deal conceited,
who has been u plantation luna in the
back woods of Hamakua for ii year
or two and lias come to the metrop
olis to sec the elephant, which lie is
doing with Jinks' assistance.
They came in to the hall last Satur
day morning and stood near tho
Bulletin reporter, who overheard the
following conversation ;
"Who's tho venerable fine look
ing old party on the platform?
Thats Godfrey Rhodes ; ran on tho
opposition ticket for President against
Dominis; he's the feller modeled
after a lath you see up there in the
lpft hand corner. They say he
wasn't a bit afraid at the time of the
the barracks luss back in Lunalilos
time ; knew tho bullets would split if
they did hit liun, .Rhodes he stuck
to Gibson like a good one for a long
time- 'sposo he thought the Lorl
used queer instruments to accom
plish his purpose, sometimes ; but I
guess the Lord gave a quiUclaitn
deed to the Dovil of all Iub interest
in Gibby sometime since; anyhow
lie soured on Rhodes at last, and
now Rhodes believes what those poor
devils of Kanakas up at Lanai hnew
along time ago, that you tnay find a
slyer old rogue than "Walter Murray,
bnt you have to" get up early in tho
morning and keep hard at it all day
to do it.
Who's that fat, bull-faced chap
over to the left there ?
The one that looks as though he
wanted to bite a ten penny nail? O
that's Neumann. Some say he's
Sprockets man, some say he isn't.
I see Ilackfcld & Co. , give him jobs,
and guess they wouldn't if he be
longed to Sprockets. He used to be
a ward politician over in Frisco.
Sprcckcls tried to run him for con
grcss, but the Chronicle and the
Newsletter got after him and showed
up his record at such a rate you'd
have thot Judas Iscariot and Bene
dict Arnold and him was triplets.
Spose that busted him, so he thot
he'd move along, and try a new
place. Don't seem to be anybody
that knows much about him here, so
he'll have a chance to show what
stuff there is in him if He wants to.
"Who's that with his chair tipped
back, and keeps looking all over the
That's Frank Brown, he's a nephew
of old Rhodes.
What's he do for a living?
,0 he's a spiritual kind of a chap.
Well, after a fashion ; converts
most of his spirits into cash I reckon.
That's his brother Cecil that sits out
in the middle there. He's the man
thats running the turkey law. Guess
if he gave each of the members one
of old man Campbell's turkeys he'd
get his law passed fast enough.
The Brown family is pretty well
represented, with an uncle in the
chair and two nephews in the House.
Oh! Bless you, that isn't all.
There's Godfrey sitting along side
of Cecil the one with the high fore
headand there arc not half as
many now as there arc going to be.
By the time this Legislature gets
through with the Ministry, they'll be
done so brown you can't tell Kapcna
from Gibson tothcr from which.
There won't be rare meat enough
left in the whole four to make a meal
for a canary bird.
The House adjourned at this point,
so that Bumps had to leave without
seeing all the celebrctics, but Jinks
promised to bring him around again.
S. B. Dole, member from Lihue,
Kauai, is the long torn of the oppo
sition. Palohau, member from Ilannlei,
Kauai, is the clown of the House.
Hon. Noble Widemann apologized
to the House yesterday, pleading age
and impaired hearing.
Noble Widemann sat in the As
sembly yesterday with his No. 14
boot on his desk, displaying about a
fathom of his shin. '
Representative Godfrey Brown
stigmatized the Report of the Min
ister of Finance, on the lloor yester
day, as the most incorrect and mis
erable report ever submitted to a
House of Representatives.
W. O. Smjth is lookiug for the
Bulletin icporter with blood in his
eye, because the Bulletin stated
yesterday that Mr. S. spoke in favor
of an adjournment of the Assembly
for two weeks, whereas in fact he
spoke strongly against it. Calm
yourself Mr. Smith; the Bulletin
reporter is a mighty man of valor,
with exceeding great muscle.
Monimy, May T). Continued.
Mr. G. Brown read, for first time,
a hill to amend Section 780, Civil
Code. Passed to second reading.
Mr. Dole read, first time, a bill to
provide for descent of property.
Passrd to second reading.
Mr. Palohau read, first time, a .bill
relating to Government holidays.
Passed to second reading.
Mr. Kaulia read, first time, a bill
to amend Section 48, Chapter 44,
Session Laws of 1882. Passed to
Mr. Knnealii read, first time, a
bill relnting to the length of a day's
Mr. Hitchcock will introduce n
bill to amond Chapter 18, Session
Laws of 1882.
Mr. Kaulukou, a resolution that
the Minister of Finance do return to
one Kalakahuna the amount of S7.fi0
for tnxes paid twice over. Referred
to Committee on Finance.
Mr. G. Brown said he would like
to call attention to the Report of tho
Minister of Finance. It was one of
the most slovenly pioductions that
ccr caiflc out of a State House. He
would like to know whether it was
eoriccfc or if it would require still
Mr. Dole, on suspension of the
rules, read the report of the Judiciary
Mr. Bishop moved that the report
be read with the bill on tho Suppres
sion of Disease Among Animals.
Mr. J. II. S. Martin asked for
leave of absence. Granted.
Mr. Kaunamano read an Act to
amend Section 15, Chapter 44, of the
Session Laws, relating to intoxicat
Mr. Cleghorn moved the order of
The first was unfinished business,
an Act relating to the granting of
charters of corporation. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Then followed the third reading of
an Act to Appropriate 1,000 for
Criminal Expenses Until Appropria
tion is Passed.
Second reading of an Act to re
strict the erection of buildings not
fireproof within certain limits was
next in order but it had not been re
turned to the committee.
The joint resolution that $40,000
be appropriated to defray the Legis
lature expenses of 1884- came up for
its third reading and finally passed.
Mr. C. Brown's bill relating to the
ownership of wild turkeys, etc., came
up for second reading.
Mr. Kalua moved that it pass to
Mr. Kaulukou said the bill might
be a very good one. The introducer
of it is the agent of a large estate.
It is well to look after the interests
of employers. If the hill passed he
thought it would lead to many diffi
culties. The bill was referred to Judiciary
There being no further business
on tiie president's table, Mr. Cleg
horn moved the House adjourn until
1 o'clock Tuesday. Carried.
Tuesday, May G.
The House assembled at 1 i m.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the
Sccietary read the minutes of
Monday's proceedings, which were
Petitions were in order.
Mr. Kamakele presented a petition
from Makawao, with 128 signatures,
that $8,000 be appropriated for
bridges at Kailua.
His Excellency Governor Dominis
reported that it had pleased His Ma
jesty the King to approve and sign
the following bills :
An Act to appropriate 1,000 for
A joint resolution that $40,000 be
appropriated to pay the expenses of
the Legislature session 1884.
Mr. Dole said the 'Judiciary Com
mittee, wished for pow;er of Juris
diction to subpoena witnesses from
the Island of Lanai. A petition had
been presented from Lanai, that the
election of Representatives Kupihea
and Nakaleka be void, and witnesses
were needed to assist tho Committee
in their woik.
Mr. Palohau thought the petitions
ought to make their case out, and
bring their witnesses down here at
their own expense. Aftor an elec
tion a defeated candidate generally
feels very bad, and resorts to the
assistance of Kahunas. Ho moved
the petition be rejected.
Mr. Dole said that on u petition
being presented by 50 or more the
Legislature shall enquire into tho
matter. The rcporf showed impro
per conduct of the inspectors."
Mr. Palohau hoped the House
would not give consent. The peti
tioners ought to pay their own ex
penses. Mr. Dole is an able lawyer
ami ought to know a plaintiff makes
out his case. The resolution was.
carried, 19 to 12.
Mr. Kalua offered a resolution
that as it had pleased Almighty God
to remove from their midst. Rev.
M. Kuaca, who was chaplain for
several sessions of tho Legislature,
nil.1 II .trttVAltlt f 41 n I3..t.... On. ...nil
turn ti uiuiuuui ui iiiu I nvy VjUlllJUU,
this Assembly do mourn lite loss,
and attend the funeral in a body.
Furthermore that the members do
wear mourning in their button holes
for a period of 15 days.
Mi. Kaulukou suggested that the
resolution not be compulsory, the
members to wear mourning if they
chose to. The resolution was adop
ted 14 to G.
Mr. Pilipo, chairman of the Com
mittee on Printing, on suspension of
the rules, reported that an Act relat
ing to descent of property had been
Mr. Aholo moved thnt, copies be
.Mr. Cecil Brown said that tho
Auditor General had not complied
with Section 2G of tho Session Laws,
insomuch that he had not presented
Mr. Smith said Section 26 called
for a report to be presented to the
Legislative Assembly. Tt would bo
useful not only for the House but to
assist the Finance Committee.
The Auditor General, Mr. J. S.
Walker, said he would reply to
morrow. Mr. Kanealii gave notice of an
Act to amend Section 12 Chapter 8G
Penal Code, also an Act to prohibit
the Board of Education charging
parents any tuition fees for children
attending English schools.
Mr. Kaulukou, introduced. a reso
lution that as there are a number of
men, women and children confined
at Kalawao and Kakaako afllicted
with lepros'y, the disease being no
crime nor contrary to law, that the
Judges of the Supreme Court be
asked their opinion in the matter.
Mr. Smith called attention to the
remarks on leprosy in His Majesty's
speech, also that the Minister of
Foreign Affairs had promised to
report his policy on the subject of
Emmigration, either Saturday or
Monday, and here it is Tuesday.
He regretted that lion member had
presented this national trouble in
such a way. and hoped he would
Mr. Aholo moved to adjourn.
The house adjourned at 2 until 1
Y. P. C. T. U.
A BUSINESS MEETING of the
YOUNG PEOPLES' CHRISTIAN
TEMPERANCE UNION will be held
THIS EVENING, at 7:80, at Miss Anna
Bieese's Room, Nuuanu Street, at which
matters of importance will be discussed.
R. W. PODMORE, Vicc-Piesident.
THERE WILL be a meeting this
evening, at the Hall of the Benevo
lent Association, for the purpose of
electing officers. Pull attendence re
quested, by oider of
FRANK GODFREY President.
Secretary. G94 11
ONE or two intelligent BOYS (white
piefeired), lor ihe printing busi
ncss. Apply Daily Bulletin Office.
A MAN AND WOMAN warned as
geneial "-eivants, at M Emma
Street. 705 tf
npiIK UNDEHSIGXBD HAVING
LEASED THE RIGHT
to occupy the
Hawaiian Hotel Hack Stand,
Will, in futute, place n sufficient
number of Carriages on Faid ttand to
meet the requirements of the
HOTEL G XJ 13 S T S.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL CARRIAGE CO.
Honolulu, May 1, 1881. 70 1 lm
ON CONSIDERATION of the urgent
request of our cnipjnyvs, wo bog
to give noticejthat on and after May lOtii
1884, tho Honolulu Iron Works Co. will
close thoir Works on Saturdays at i'i
HONOLULU IR'ON WORKS CO.
Honolulu, May Ord, 18?4 701 lw
Itice of Removal.
Next door to W. G. Irwin 1 Co.
Thanking the Public for their libeial
pulionagc dining the pusl 'eventeen
yimis, they will do their he-,Mo iclain
the sumo at theii new store.
A great niunberof my customers hav
ing made otupiiiies aftei moieo" those
Easter Citron Bis
I vill furnish a small supply
At 5 p. m.,
AND SUNDAY MORNING.
ESgTleasc leave orders uot later
than 12 noon every Saturday
Steam Candy Factory and Rakery,
702 Hotel street. lm
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED this
day Administiators, with Will
aune.cd, of the Estate of Simon K.
Kaai, deceased, by the Supieinc Court,
we hereby notify all creditors of the
said Estate to lllc their claims, duly
verified, with us within six months
fiom this date; if not so filed' thoy will
lie forever barred.
S. B. DOLE,
S. M. DAMON,
Administrators with tiie "Will annexed
of the Estate of Simon K. Kaai, late de
ceased. Honolulu, April 25, 1881. (197 lm
.T. M. OAT 4c CO., HAIlir AUIUIB,
Loft in A. F. Cookes Now Fire-Proof
Building, foot of Nuuanu Street.
Honolulu, II. I.
Flags of all descriptions made and
icpaircd. ly b
A new and full Line of Austialian
Baddies & Bridles,
051 lm b A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollais per
share IS NOW PAYABLE
to the shaieholdeis of the Hawaiian Car.
riago Manufacturers Company, Limited,
at their olllcc No. 70 Queen Street.
:. G. SCHUMAN,
052 v Secretary & Treasurer.
fP YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME
L or anv wav out of order, call on
T. HAKT5H. lit. flnnf .T PI ninnnw'a c
blei, coiner of Queen & Punchbowl sts
65 wre.iKing norses to Biuulle or car
i iage a specialty. 4Q0 ly
IVIDEND of Pi-ia Plantation of
85 nor share on Mav 1st. nt. tlm
702 lw Castle & Cooke Agonu.
, . r "i -- ...-
Eur shod Rooms.
1?OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER, 82 King Street,
neaily opposite tho Windsor Restaurant.
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PLACE OF BUSINESS
Id. 58 Queen Strom,
. . .. .
I). 31. CltOWI.KY.
78 King St.
78 King SI.
(0.iosllo Whitman & Wright.)
TiiM Received Supeib Coerln and
Parlor Sets, etc.. etc.
Cheaper Thau Ever ! ! !
BSTUnll and fcee our Goods and your w 111
buy dheet, from the Makers, as we are
in Business in Honolulu and defy Con
tradiction on this point.
Btemirlii;, ItcrovcritiK iid
' A Speciality,
BOSTON" imrt "CHAMiEXGK "
:Sot to le fchiirpusBea
Crowley & Co.
To Planters k Others
30 DF'jnise Larg-e
Apply to ,5. I. BowNett,
or Hi. A. JBvalcnw,
C38 tf Queen Street.
The California Produce
find 1'i'ovNion Co.
lcspcclfully notify the Public that they
have established themselves at '
73 Hotel Street Honolulu.
in part of the premises occupied by
Sresovich G-ray & Co.
Wheie can be found a complete
Produce and Groceries,
which will be sold at lowest market
Telephone, No. 274. P. 0. Box, 120.
Addiesq all orders and communications
C7C 8m Z, K. MYERS Manager.
Eastern Pine Snjarar Kegs,
In Shocks or Set up, also
Eastern Pine Barrels for
iron yu , lin., 2 x 1-10, 2 x ya,
2 x 3-10
For Sale by
J. H. BRUNS, Senior.
080 8m b
. FIRST CLASS
FOR SALE, in order to letire from
the Photograph Business, my Gallery
The largest and best on the island In
perfect running order, withjlrst class
instruments, doing a good business,
situated in the best business location in
tho City pi Honolulu. Rooms huge and
convenient, with one good K. E. Sky.
light and side light. About4000 paving
legistered Negatives), very raio, and not
easy ;o bo got. Celebrated Views of all
parts of the Hands, Hawaiians in nil
their ancient costumes; also the only
Completo Views' of the Volcano and
Eava flows. With a lease of three and
half years, lent veiy low and a good
supply of water. Will sell. for five
thousand dollais pari to bo paid in cash
and apaitwithu good f-eeurity Uest
chance over offered as there is but one
Galleiy besioe this on the whole Group
of Islands For full paiticulars
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
i General Business Ageift.
or A. MON'J'ANO,
Coiner loit and King Streets, Honolulu.
FOUR FIXE BUILDING
( LOTS at Punahou, Honolulu,
lvilllf l)R(Wpfn llin t I'mnuiu rt
jur. j. t, jjiuuigunm and Messrs. Gra.
ham and Foster. Two of these lots havo
each a frontago of 100 feet on Beretania
Street and a depth of !i00 feet, and two
havo each a frontage of 102. 7 foot on
Bingham Street and a depth of 275 feet
These four lots adjoin each other and
will be sold eithci separately or as a
Apply to J. M. 5IONSARRAT,
- No. 27 Merchant Streat.
THAT DESIRABLE and neatly lo.
cated Store and Premise Lincoln
S , . T,IC,np ytrcel- Tllis F'' Pi0"'
Brick Building recently finished is one
of tho flne3t In the city of Honolulu.
Gas Pipes and Patent Water Closets and
everything pertaining to modern im.
piovonienis throughout the building.
The upper pint of piemhes will be Jilted
up to biiit Tenant either as a Vaio houso
or for Household puipotes. A Private
entrance also in tho rtar fo premises.
Annlv in .T V. wmwurA-kr
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