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rrHU L'NDERSIGNKD hint- foimed
X .i loparlncrahip under the llim
name of " SPUEC'KELS A- Co." for the
purpose or entry big on u general bank
Ingand exchange business all Honolulu,
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom us may be deemed advisable
(Signed) CLAUS SPRECKELS.
P. P. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, 1884.
Referring to the above wo beg to in.
form the business public that wo arc
prepaicd to make loans, discount approv.
cd notes, and puichnsc exchange at the
best cmrcul iiitus. Our arrtingemcnlH
for selling exchange on Ihc principal
points iu the United States?, Euiopc,
China, Japan and Australia aic 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 exchange business.
IllOSmii (signed) SPltEOKELS & Co.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
JLSiinic oJ Oulil"ornUi, -S. If.
ilnd their agents iu
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. if. M.Itotlrschild&Sou, London.
The Commcieial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sjdney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of HrllUh Columbia, Vie
loiln, 15 C. and Poitland, Oi.
Tran-acl a ticucrul'B.iukhrj; Hu!ness
(G0 ly b
TUB DAILY BinLMftTf X
can he liad lioni
J.M. Oat, .lr, & Co Mciehnnl st.
T. G. Thium Merchant !
Plcdgod to neither Seot nor Tarty.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1884.
THIS EVEN1NCS DOINCS.
Excelsior Lodge, I.O.O.F., 7 :30.
ilnwniian class Y. M. C. A. 7:30.
Bible Class at Lyceum at 7:30.
Entertainment, Kawaiahao Church
THE ELEVENTH OF JUNE.
Owing to'.thc intense patriotism of
the "Bulletin -boys," anil their
desire to celebrate the day -in a be-
thc Bulletin will
in order to allow
take a vacation.
them to do so.
No paper will there-
fore be issued
to-morrow, but on
Thursday the Bulletin will be on
hand with a full account of the races,
and other information, which other
wise would be lost to the community.
PETITIONS AND RESOLUTIONS TO
"We would drawj the attention of
those who present petitions and reso
lutions to the Legislature that unless
they arc printed "in the papers, the
only persons who know the contents
of the petition, or who see the sig
natures thcielo, are the committee
to whom it is referred ; and in many
cases nobody sees it but the clerk of
It is of importance that the public
know what is said, and who signs
petitions upon such important sub
jects as the currency and the bank
charter, and we hope that the peti
tions and signatures will be published
THE WORLD'S INDUSTRIAL AND COT
TON CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION.
By the kindness of United States
Consul McKinley, we have received
circulars setting fortfi in full the
objects, intentions and rules gov
erning the World's Exhibition, to
be held at New Orleans. La., to be
opened on the first Monday in De
cember, 188J, and to continue until
May 31st, 1885. It is to be held
under the auspices of the United
States, the National Cotton Planters'
Association and the City of New
Orleans. By act of Congress, all
articles intended for exhibition are
admitted free of duty, and to give
still further facilities to exhibits from
ubroad, the buildings are to lie con
stituted a bonded warehouse, thus
avoiding the vexations of the usual
routine of Custom House entries.
The fair celebratcshe centennial of
the lirst exportation of cotton from
the United States. Cotton in all its
conditions of culture . and manu
facture will be the chiof exhibit, but
all arts, manufactures and products
of the soil are also to bo included.
A11 Foreign Governments have
been invited by the Pcsident of the
United States, to appoint commis
sioners. The following arc the principle
rules for exhibitors;
Applications for spneo should bo
made to the commissioners thus ap
pointed, who will receive full dia
grams of the Grounds and Buildings.
In case no commissioner is appoint
ed applicants from that country
may negotiate directly with the
The list of cxhibitois, and space
required should be in by Nov. 1,
No charge whatever will be made
to foreign exhibitors for space or
Articles will be admitted into the
exposition from Aug. 1st to Nov.
Transportion. receiving, unpack
ing and arrangement of articles will
be at the expense of the exhibitors.
Special requirements of machin
ery exhibitor" are given in full in
A reasonable quantity of water
gas and steam will be supplied free.
The removal of goods will not be
permitted prior to the close of the
All freight and charges should be
prepaid to New Orleans.
Special arrangements for trans
portation will he hereafter an
nounced. There can be no doubt that a
participation by Hawaii in tins' Ex
hibition, would be of great benefit
to her. What we greatly need is to
be better known to the world at
large. Let it be known, that our
resources and products are not con
fined to sugar and rice. Advertis
ing pays governments as well as in
dividuals. Tie good which v o received from
our participation in the great cen
tennial at Philadelphia can never be
actually estimated, but it had much
to do with awakening an interest in,
and conveying accurate informa
tion concerning these islands. "We
hope that Hawaii wilj.be represented
at New Orleans, and know of no
more fit man for commissioner than
Mr. "William Kowell. ITe having
been assistant commissioner at the
Philadelphia Exhibition, thoroughly
understands the requirements of the
position, and with his push and
executive ability, the exhibit would
be a success.
Consul McKinley has a number of
circulars and application blanks for
distribution among those who may
The Ministers wcroeout in force,
and wore an anxious uncertain ex
pression. Coming e cuts cast their shad
ows before, and there seems to be
warm work in store.
The House went to work in
earnest. There seems to be a deter
mination to improve the time.
The Minister of Finance gave
notice yesterday of his intention to
introduce a General Banking Act.
Rcprcsentath es Kupihea, Naka
lcka and Gardner, and Nobles Mar
tin, Macfarlanc, Bush, Judd and
Bishop wore absent yesterday.
The sad far-away expression
has returned to the countenance of
the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
His mind seems to be burdened and
his heart heavy.
The, Act to authorize the pur
chase of the property at the head of
Kaahumanu street, known as Hono
lulu Ualc ,and Diamond Head, has
passed its third leading.
Hon. Cecil Brown's "Turkey
Law" has , been icported back
signed by His Majesty. So Mr.
Brown has the honor of carrying
through the first, successful bill of
Theie is an earnest desire among
some of the Representatives to re
move the restrictions in the way of
Ilawaiians going abroad. It has
beou suggested that the improved
fortunes of some of the members
will he such, on the adjournment of
the Assembly, that they can afford
to travel, and that all obstacles
should bo lcmovcd.
The Bank Bill is ill. Sundry
physicians are in attendance, but
recovery is doubtful. Dr. I'reston
pronounced against it, but Dr. Neu
mann has been preparing a new
remedy iu the form of a
Banking Act, which he thinks will
pull it through. While there is life
there is hope, but it will require a
good deal of hope to restore this
patient to life.
TtTMUY Jt'NB 10.
The House assembled at 10 A. m.
After prayer by the Chaplain, the
minutes of the preceding day were
read and approved.
Ir. ICamakele presented a petition
that a certain road in the district of
Mnkawao which is now closed, be
opened. Also a petition containing
many prayers lclatiug to- tax as
sessors and tax appeals)
Mr. Kaulukou, with over '200 sig
natures that the bill rclatiug to the
construction of a horse railroad in
Honolulu 'be indefinitely postponed.
Laid on table.
Mr. Dole, from the Judiciary
Committee reported on the bill re
lating to the appointment of Circuit
Judges, Island of Oahu. that a new
bill had been drawn out and recom
mending its passage. Ihc report
was received and the bill referred to
Mr. Iscnbcrg reported from the
Committee on Education, relating to
several petitions, that the same bo
refened to the honorable Board of
Education, that the petition relating
to an appropriation of $5000 for the
Hilo Boarding School, be laid on
table and considered with the appro
The report was finally adopted
and laid on table.
The Hon. member also reported
from the same Committee that the
petitions relating to building a
school house at Kailua, and a girls'
boarding school at liana, be referred
to the Board of Education ; that the
petition that, the Gcanology Board
be abolished, and boarding schools
in general be built, be laid on table.
The report was adopted.
Mr. Dole read a minority report
of the Currency Committee relating
to Currency. The report was
ordered to be translated.
At 12.10 the House took a recess
until 1 o'clock.
On rc-assembling after recess, the
President informed the House that
he had received a communication
from the Hawaiian Jockey Club,
inviting the members to attend the
races, and that places would be
reserved for thenv.
Mr. C. Brown presented the Gas
bill as amended, and in proper
order. The bill will come up on
Thursday as special order 'of the
day, to be considered by Committee
of the Whole. j
Mr. Hitchcock read first time a
bill relating to telegraph and tele
phone lines for the Island of Hawaii.
Read a second time by its title and
referred to Committee on Govern
ment Lands and Internal Improve
ments. Mr. Kaunamanp gave notice of a
bill to amend Section 1074, relating
to the practico of 'law in Police and
District Courts. On suspension of
the rules the bill was read a first
time, and by its title a second time.
Passed to engrossment, and will be
read a third time Thursday.
Mr. Kalua on suspension of the
rules read a petition, that the first
term of Circuit Court continue to
be held at Lahaina.
Mr. Dole said, as Mr. Judd was
iu the House, he would probably be
able to .present, his report, of the
Crown Lands for past biennial
Mi. Judd said he had nothing to
Mr Dole then offered a resolution,
that the Justices of the Supremo
Court be asked whether the Assem
bly has a legal right to enquire of
the Crown Commissioners with re
gard to the Crown Lands.
Governor Dominis said he was
the only one that had ever made a
report of the Crown Lands and that
was by command of the King, The
agent was not tho servant of the
House but of the King, and the
House had nothing to do with tho
receipts and expenses of tho lands,
therefore ho should oppose tho reso
tion. Mr. Kaulukou moved the resolu
tion be indefinitely postponed.
I have lived to know that tho
great secret of human happiness is
this; Never suffer your energies
to stagnate. The old adge of "too
many irons iu the Are," convoys
an untruth. You cannot have too
many poker, tongs, and all keep
them all going. Adam Clark.
Tho match between the Honolulu's
and Occanic's last Saturday was a
disappointment to many. With the
material which the Oceania's have
and the amount of practice they have
had, they should have played a
better game. The bieak which they
allowed the Honolulu's to make in
the fust inning, by which they made
11 runs was largely owing to lack of
An examination of the score, how
ever, shows that the Occanic's have
no reason to be discouraged, and
indicates that, we may expect better
playing and close games bcfoic the
season is over.
After the first innings the Hono
lulu' made but 11 runs, while the
Occanic's made 13 runs in the last
six innings. Tho Occanic's went to
the bat three times without scoring a
run, while the Honolulu's failed to
score four times.
The best playing of the day was
by Swan, the Honolulu's 3rd base
man. He put out four men. Whitney
made a fine running fly catch, and
C. W. Baldwin, the Occanic's centre
field took a long liner in tine style.
Scott, the oatch fgr the Occanic's
caught Oat napping, by pretending
to throw to 2nd base, whereupon
Oat, who was on 3rd base attempted
to run home ; instead, however, of
throwing the ball to 2nd, Scott threw
it to short stop, who immediately
passed it home again, putting Oat
A. Rosa umpiicd the game with
satisfaction to all. We hope to see
another match by next week.
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Edhok Bulletin : The following
scrap of history may not be inappli
cable or without a moral at this date.
Speaking of the comae of trade in
New Amsterdam dining the time
when wampum or oyster shell money
was being manufactured cheaply by
the Dutch, the historian say&: "Gov
ernor Kicft's money, be it further'
noticed, had also in perfection that
most essential altiibutc of all good
money: non-cxporlabiliry. Accord
ingly when the Dutchmen wanted
any tin pans or wooden bowls of
Yankee manufacture, they had to
pay for them in substantial guilders
or other sound metallic curiency,
wampum being no more acceptable
to the Yankees than addled eggs,
rancid butter, rusty pork or any
other non-cxportablo Dutch .commo
dity. The result of all this was that
in a little time the Dutchmen and
tho Indians got all the wampum and
and the Yankees all the beaver skins,
Dutch herrings, cheeses, and all the
silver and gold of tho province."
Possibly, Mr. Editor, our experi
ence might be akin, with the trifling
difference that in our case tho Dutch
man would get all the herrings and
cheeses and the Yankees, Kannkas
and others all the wampum.
A little praise is good for a shy
temper. It teaches it to rely on the
kindness of others. Lanrtpr,
A GOOD STORY OF TEWFIK.
Tho Khedive of Egypt always used
to liso early, and generally began his
rending of otllcial repoits at 5 o'clock
A. M. ; but one morning, during the
recent siege, he hud slipped out into
the Garden Ghczireh at sunrise, and
was returning to the palace, when he
was stopped by a sentry. "Ycr can't
go in 'ere, ycr know," said the Eng
lish soldier with good-natured con
tempt for the ignorance of an evident
"furrmer-" "But I belong to the
palace,"said the Khedive in his hes
itating English. "Oh! do ycr?
well, what sort of a palace 'avc ycr
got?" '-Very good." "Ah! Fine
times, I s'posc; nothing to do and
plenty to eat from the look of ycr
Wouldn't mind serving this chap my
self, if 'e'd give me six shilling a
day. What sort of a feller is he?"
Just then the sergeant coming round
saluted the Khedive, who passed in,
to tho horror of the sentry now rec
ognizing his mistake. The Colonel,
getting to hear of the incident,
thought it necessary to offer an apo
logy to Khedive, who, however, was
delighted and told the story at least
twice a day for a month. Ismail
would at one time have taken the
man into his service, and possibly,
out of pure caprice, made him a
pasha before long. But Tewfik does
not indulge in pranks of this sort.
Another time something of the same
sort happened, and Tewfik gave a
small coin. "Much obliged, .sir,"
said the sentry, making a salute.
Tewfik gave u qold coin . "Be
ycr pardon, yev ,Ighncss.
arms there!" Athciuvum .
CHANCED HIS NAME.
"He isn't a bird that you'd admire
for his good looks," said the owner,
contemplating with an expression of
tenderness a parrott that squatted
demurely in a corner of its cage ;
"he's lost one eye, poor fellow, his
claws are all gone, and he's so feeble
at times that we have to lift him up
his perch ; brt he's the cutest bird
you ever saw."
"What do you call him?"
"Before he was all broke up he
went by the name of ' Pretty Poll,'
but now we call him ' Sam Tilden-' "
SITUATION as Governess ly compe
tent and experienced lady. Refer,
encr. Addicss, II. C.
7.iC3f Bulletin Ofllce, Honolulu.
XE of the finest onlces
J to let.
Enquire of E. H. TiiAOitnit,
IQi Fort st., Up Stairs. 730-lw
Ho! for the Races!
ROYAL HAW'N AGRICULTURAL
The Society's Second Annual
WI lie holil n I'rliluy A Matuiday,
liuio 1 If (h and J-1th, at
KAPIQLAMB PARK !
OPENING at 12 M. on FRIDAY, and at
10 A.M. on SATURDAY.
Hy huvor of His Excellency Govonlor
Domliiib, tho Royal Jluwaiian Hand will
bo in attendance tluoughout both days.
AiniiFCiucnts -will he ptovided on the
gionnd for children, and lol'reslnnents
will ho hold at at lionised Halls.
Dodd's htn-bfs w ill run (lining lioth
(hi)' at reduced rates ol hue.
ADMiSSlOxWSri coals; childiou un.
dcr ten years old, fiee. .Free- pai-ses will
bo enuiicd to the employees of exhl.
bitois, and can bo had' on application to
Mr. A. Jaeger, Kiiahunvinu btiett, or to
tho Seeietarv. J, K. WBUIJ. Sep'y.
Oceanic Steamship Conip'y.
.."jffife Til 12 MAHNIFIOOT
DEjSSHiiin'W ami I'lcint Kttninhip
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will liao Hi iiolulu and Sun
FiaitciM o on the
1st and 15th of Each Month,
I'AbsKMiicus ni.i liiiw theii name"
booked in ntlvuuec by .ippbtingr at tin
ofllce of the HKcntf.
l'assctigci.i by this line .tie heiebj no
tified thitttucv will lie allowed 2(50 lbs
of baggage tree by the Overland Hail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion rickots for Round Trip, $125,
good to l ctuin by any of tho Company's
Steamers within ninety Hays.
Mekcuanuise intended for shipment
by this line will be received free of
clinrge In the Company's! New Ware
house and receipts Issued for same.
. IxsuiiAXcr. on meicliandhe, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
' Wm. G. Ikwin & Co., i
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
V,IJL.I312rtS H. S. CO.
Mm It oil.
.Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Liihuinu, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
walbae, Latipaboehoe and Hilo.
Iteturnlng, will touch" at all tho
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Satuulay afternoon.
Sieam Navigation Company's
fiOrc of steamews.
uates, - - - Commander,
Will inn legtilarly for Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at -1- i.m. ox
Friday, April A Tuesday, May 27
Tnesdav, ,l 15 Friday j .him- ('.
Fiidav,' " 25 Tuc-day, 17
Tuesday, May G Fiidav, " 27
Fiiday, " 10
AllRIVKb AT HONOLULU, AT
Friday, Apiil 11 , Tuesday
casieiion, - - Commandei,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nawil'nvili, Koloa, Eleule,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Satuulay evening.
Tho James Makee,
piieemax, - - - Commander
Loavcs-Honolalu cvory Thursday
at 3 p.m. for.Kapaa and Kilaue.i. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 pm., and touching at "Wainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
n.wis, - - - Commander.
Leaves Honolulu every Tuosday
at 4 p.m. for Kukuilinelc, Ilonokaa and
Paauhaii. Returning anives at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
FOR KOLOA & WAIMEA,
The Clipper Schooner
F. Kibbling, ... - Master,
Will run regularly to the ports of
KOLOA, IIANAPEPE & WAIMEA,
KAUAI. For freight or passage apply
to the Captain on board, or to the
Pacific Navigation Cq.,
732 3m Cor. Nuunnu &, Queen sir.
TnE PAST 8AILINO.
will run icgularly
TO WAIALTJA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weathei
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on hoard, or to
Pacikio Navigation Co.,
A GOOD BAKER who thoroughly
uadcistands his business, Alto
one who has a general knowledge of the
business and understands making bread.
Goodwages and Steady Position. Apply
at once to
J. E WISEMAN,
711 tf General Rnsinc3s Agent.
LABILE & CO.
Have a Largo Slock of the
Which is oflorcd at Lowest Market Prices
Delivered Free to any part of tho City
AGENTS FOS THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Agents for tho Hoover Telephone.
Commissioner of Deeds for California
Telephono No. 147. 700
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavcnagh, n n Proprietor.
At all houis.
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every .steamer. 001
MiMJ, Sent. 21. 188)1. f
NOTICE Is heiebygiven that no debts
contracted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian hand will bo recognized or paid
unless ordered by the undersigned.
.Tno. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu,