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rpilK I'NDEUHUXEn have burned
JL ti eopnilncihlp undei the thin
mime of SFKECKELs & Co." for the
mtrpo'o of carrying on a general bank
in JC nml exchange buslnc-s at Honolulu,
nml such other places lit t lit Hawaiian
Kingdom ns may be deemed advisable.
" (Signed) CLAIM Sl'llECKHLH.
F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 14th, 1881.
ltefeulng to the above wo bug lo in.
form the business public llinl Wo nro
picparod lo make buns, discount nppiov
cd notes, nml pure huso exchange at the
best current rate. Our arrangements
for selling exchange on the piiucipal
point in the United ,Stntu, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia tiro being
lnndc, and when perfected, due notice
will he given. We shall also be prepared
to receive deposit on open account,
make collections, and conduct u general
banking ami exchange lmino-.
010 3nib (signed) SrKECKELS & Co.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Tarty.
But established for the benefit of nil,
TUESDAY, FEU. 12, 1SSI.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lodge, J.O.O.F., 7:510.
Hiblo Class til Lyceum at 7:5)0.
Trade Union, at Dins', 7:5)0.
Meeting Temperance Society at
Miss Brccse's, 7 :510
Hawaiian class Y. M. C. A. 7:5)0
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
Has decided to bold the next annual
exhibition at Kapiolani 1'ark, close
to lite race course. Exhibitors of
stock, at the last show, picscntcd a
memorial to the directors requesting
that' this site should be determined
upon as being better calculated lo
promote the interests of the society,
to be the means of inducing more
stock owners to exhibit and of pro
viding better, larger, and, in every
way, more suitable conveniences for
tlic stock exhibited. The directors
accordingly conferred with members
of the Kapiolani 1'ark Association,
and arrangements have been made
by which the site agreed upon will
be permanently retained for the use
of the exhibitions, and permanent
buildings of a suitable character will
Experience has taught the direc
tors the desirability and necessity of
framing some new regulations and
altering some or the old ones. This
has not been done without mature
deliberation and a desire to consult
the wishes and convenience of cxhi
Aiitors; it is confidently expected
that the new rules, which will shortly
be published, will meet with general
approval. The date of the next ex
hibition has been fixed for Friday
and Saturday 153th and II th June,
the Kapiolani 1'ark races taking place
on Wednesday 1 1th June. We think
the time is a good one. The races
and exhibition combined may induce
more of our friends on the other is
lands to pass a week in Honolulu,
and, with good and regular convey
ances, for the transport of the pub
lic, we see no reason lo anticipate a
decrease in last year's attendance.
On the first day of the exhibition
many business houses will close and
on tho Saturday there should be no
difficulty in obtaining that much de
Bircd boon, in Honolulu, a general
ATTEMPTED MURDER AND SUICIDE.
A private letter from Ilonokaa,
Hawaii, reports thai, on Friday night
last, a negro named Ben Hamcr,
generally known as Big Ben, shot a
Portuguese laborer who litis been
working for Mr. 12. M. Overend,
anil "subsequently administered to
'imself a dose of poison. Dr. Green
field, who was attending tho sufferers,
thinks it doubtful that cither will
recover. Big Ben is a man of enor
mous size, and ho has been working
iu the Ilnnmkuti district for several
years. He is known to be gener
ally a good nattircd man, and no
cause lias been assigned for his .sud
den murderous propensities.
The captain, first and second of
ficers and steward of the German
bark Kale have, on the voyage to
Honolulu, buffered tit times from
sickness, tho nature of which was
unknown to them. Since their ar
rival in port tho bymptons increased,
and, on Saturday, the captain, first
officer and the steward were removed
to tho Queen's Hospital. They ap
peared to bo suffering from the ef
fects of poisoning, and it is thought
it has been caused by tho lead in the
culincry utensils, used on hoard the
Kale, for cooking for the cabin.
The second olliccr was notsullicicnlly
ill as to necessitate his removal from
tho ship ; the first olllcer and the
steward are recovering, bill lite cap
tain i still in a precarious condition.
MONDAY, 1T.11. llTtt.
S. rekanui, J. Moki, Killkini, Kit
oki and Kamoaba, each forfeited G
bail for drunkenness. Kelauki, Ka
latut and l'ipilani were each fined Sfi
for the same offence.
A nol. pros, was entered against
Willie, I'aakaula and Kaauaalia,
charged with driving an express wa
gon without a license.
Ah Pong, charged with perjury in
the '2nd degree in the Supreme Court
on or about ISth June, was reman
ded to 2rth Inst, bail fixed alSlOOO.
Mr. W. It. Castle for defendant.
A nol. proa, was entered against
B. Martin and Yiclor Martin, charged
with disorderly conduct, on 9th Just,
on Queen Street.
Chang Ah Din, charged with the
larceny of a draft, value $!)0S, the
propei ty of O. Aiu, was remanded
lo lSthlnst. Bail fixed at $1000.
Mr. E. if. Ward for defendant.
Sum Chuck See, charged with
having opium in his possession, was
remanded to lSlli Inst.
Ah Chow & Lcong Tong, charged
with house-breaking at Wing Wo
Chan's store, were remanded to 19th
Hopii McLullan, an old offender,
charged with deserting her husband,
was sentenced to six weeks hard
Ah Lan was again remanded, on a
charge of assaulting Ah Po with a
knife, Ah 'Po not being able to ap
pear. Kuaana and Kahcle, were charged
with the larceny of three watches.
A nol. pros, was Altered against
Kuaana. The watches had been
stolen on board the Kinau and Ka
hcle, offering no defence, was com
mitted for trial at the Supreme
Court. Mr. John Kusscll for defen
dant. The following witnesses were
examined: Kuaann, G. Bccklcy, C.
Akana, D. Dayton and Kakaula.
ISLAND NEWS7 ""
Fiom Our Onn Coric-pomlcnt.
The Elections at Kauai were very
orderly, though the excitement was
great. Mr. Dole was elected in Puna
district, by a vote of almost thice to
one. Mr. liowell carried Waimea by
six to one, and Mr. Palohau was the
successful man in Ilanalci. I have
not learned what his majority was.
A Japanese has been murdered at
Waimea, and natives arc charged
with the crime.
A Chinaman committed suicide in
the lockup at Kapaa on Friday night.
He was held there for some small
The government school at Lihue
has increased so much in numbers
that a new building is necessary, and
it has been decided to commence
work on it soon.
Showers have been frequent on
the windward side for a couple of
weeks past, and roads arc cut up in
THE HAWAIIAN RECIPROCITY TREATY.
The Senate Committee on Foreign
Affairs has reported against the re
solution abrogating the Hawaiian re
ciprocity treaty. The Senate com
mittee docs not pretend lo find much
reciprocity iu the treaty, but thinks
that it should be maintained on poli
tical, if not on commercial, grounds.
The committee has, in fact, lodged
the treaty in the only place where it
could rest. There is no particular
commercial advantage in a treaty
with a country whose laboring popu
lation is in a condition of servitude.
The purchasing power of the Islands
is, and will continue to be, small.
We may in time sell them nearly
everything they buy, but the amount
will cut but a small figure in our
commercial statistics. Meantime wo
have to pay as much for Sandwich
Island btigar as if such sugar paid
tho ordinary duty. Thero is a linnd
bomo profit in refining this duly-free
sugar and iu belling it at the full
market rate for sugar that pays duly,
but thero is a shade of comfort iu
tho fact that tho business is mostly
in tho hands of American citizens.
The only ical argument iu support
of tho treaty is tho probability that,
if tho United States should withdraw
from its present relations with tho
Islands, thoy would drift into tho
hands of bomo European govern
ment. 8. 1 Call.
AT KAPIOLANI PA1IK,
Is (he Fstvori o) Suburban
Bt is opera Every Oay
Cm always be supplied, as well w
Fresh Air in the Country.
THE OLD CORNER
lLvUT Bnos., : : Proprietors.
M E A. L S
Served up in first-class style at all hours
Open from 2 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&i, ite. Also,
EeoclL Ovinias I
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
ao Tin: lT.o.vr
The reputation of the above-named
establishment for Superior Meals i'well
known, and requites no fnither com
ment, tillt lni b
IlllllCC lllltl VlllC'tUl 3l'lUllr..
Ex " Spailan " and " Heniy James,"
rjMlESE Favorite Oils, equal lo, if not
JL Superior lo any In tin's Market.
For Sale at Lowest Rates
Either Wholesale or Kctail, by
Castle & Cooke,
572 :iiu And Other Dealer.-:.
Ex " Simrtnii "
Rest Anthracite Stove Coal
In casks of about 1200 Pounds
Foil Sam: at Lowest Paths hv
527j!m Castle &: Cooke.
psfx GEO. E. SHERMAN.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in Mini i notice. All orders pioinpily at
tended to. sua Jy
.r u s rJf xe 10 o 10 1 v io i)
A ciioici: LOT OP
2 5 tJ A. S. CLEGHOPN & CO.
rrtllE th'ud assessment or sj2.no per
i share of the Capital Slock of ilm
Mutual Telephone C'oi, is due THIS
DAY, and payable at my office.
Tieasurer .Mutual Telephone Co.
Honolulu, Fob. 1, 18s 1. (i.',2
TMf II. CWAS. PUPNEAUX will give
Itx free instruction in free hand out
line drawing at tho Y. 31. C. A. Hall, to
Mechanics only, on Saturday E votings
f Kim 7 lo 8 i si. Tho course will open
December 8th, and will consist of twelve
rJ"MIK Partnership heretofore existing
X between Wiseman and Ashley do.
big business, iu Honolulu as General
liuMncnS Agents i1 this day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Ashley ruliies
and Mr. Wiseman continues the business
and iHsumcR all debts and liabilities
owcil by the lale firm.
.1. E. WISEMAN,
3?"Mr. Ashley continues the business
o'f Wells, Fargo t& Co. ii:UJ lw
npiIE Stock and good-wlll of a Shoe
X inukot'ri .Shop in Wailukii, includ
ing a Howe I) Machine (now), llencho-,,
basts-, etc. A good location; lent low,
and a good custom trade. Inquire of
Ma Eckarl, Honolulu, or
(JUSlw Wiilluku, Maul.
1T()H tho Conviction of the pen-on or
. pei'Mjiiw that entered my premises
on tile 'Jib of Jan. 18BI, and robbed the
lioii-u, and ilistroyed several Imjjij of
NO KA IIOPU AXA I l;a mea a man
men palia i hele ai ma ku'u ainii ma ka
la !) o liumaii, 1881, a koiuo Iloko o ka
hale u hooioiuoia ho lehulchu u mi Eko
Ai (a ka holoholona).
Jan. 15th, 1881. 010 lm
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Trcgloan & Atwatcr,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Fotrr it 1Ioti:i.Sts. GuO "in
Boots, Sloes aifl iiliprs.
a-A Hi. ADTiKtft
begs to lnfoiin the puDlio
that he hast iustrecehed per
1 Mariposa" a large nsMiiluient of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SHOES AND SLU'PERS,
Alo, Men's Moot1 and Shoes, nit of
which are of the finest ipinlity, and will
At tlllI(WlSt llOMHlIlll" JIl'tPVK.
Ring up Tclephono No. 202.
T F YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to
X any part of the City or Suburbs.
Xcxt to Hammer' Harmss Shop.
C02 ilm b
!q.96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAVI.S'O UOUUHT out the business
nf W. II. Wilkinson, the under
fsigned is prcp.irod lo carry on a gcncial
Kiress liusinci; anil Hopes ny prompt
ness ami dispatch lo merit a lair slime
of the public p'ltronage.
JIEGS to notify hi-, customers and
3 jmhlic of Honolulu, and the Is
THAT HE IS RBABY NOW AS EVER
to supply their needs in
Watches and Jewelry,
anil, having engaged a Competent Assis-
lanl from tho States, is able to attend
to any amount of Watchmaking
ISe-v Wiy'lt' in .Tcwolry
Visi. Wsii lia.ii "SV:vicUos,
sill tiiyl !!.
Solid Silver AVare.
noO Everything of the H("t.
WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand Xew loieign and
Home Made Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sets-in Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
llcpairiug and mending iu all
The Solo Afcul for lunifs
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
TO BUTCHEHS, GRAZIERS
ami all whom il may concern.
The umlcrdgncd hiving
is now prcjiarcd to gio
TJie Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will fimiibh containers for the same
free pi cost to any one who may desire.
TJBWM. W. KAWMSW,
lloiiuliilii Soap Worku.
Olllci) In Prick lluilding,
King Htreet, Lelui. 48:1 ly
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on maka! hide of Ileictania
Street, near the residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
aj.so on tiii: i'ii!:.Misr.fi.
Trio j and Flowers aic m w plumed and
GiouiiiIh are well laid out.
J1 U" t; GHULAN k CO.
A Good Pasl live Tor forses,
- . 5ij NEAlt TOWN.
,R -1 Inuiiiieto
A. A. MONTANO.
airjff'lESStJjnmiiu aiieiatioini, iiuiiiiioiih,
'j&tflffffiaiwd improvcnicnls in his
BWvWmb! KAI!, S''AUTl!iJitY,
I)ILLJjNtGHAM & CO.'S
: OUT? OWN
Ureiking Plows, Hice Plows 5 to PI
A vciy complete AM)ilmcnl
Mtignoso Calcitc Five Pi'oof Safes, abso
lutely iirc proof
HABKNESS F1BE EXTSNGUESHERS
NEW WI2SIGNS IN SILVER PliATUD WAIIE.
"Wbe Cloth, Wlio Xeltlng, Pice Cloth, Hliil Cages,
P.lackand Penning Wlie, Pumps, AVindmills, Tanks,
Hyiiranclic Rams, Skitlrjato Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oils a specialty, A good Stock on hand, and lo atrlie.
Call and examine our New Goods.
A. M. M ELLIS
has iust received a new lot of
READY FOR FURNISHINCt HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OV nVKl'.Y UESCHIITION MADG TO Ollimil.
J 05 & 10T EorL Street, Honolulu, II. I.
E3P Iblaiul Orders will rcRcivo Prompt, and Cnvuful Attention. COfi Win h
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
&1 .-Jfc '?Kf
75, 77 and SI
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(3L.a te 31. .1. JlO&it:.)
All orders for AVhecl-vehicles of every description tilled with prompt tics' anil
dispatch. Pirst-class ilechanics employed all the year round.
tor FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. tBo
Nothing too hot or too heavy for ui. TItAM CAPS, OMKIUUSSES, PLAXT.V
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CAltTH, miiilo lo order, alleie.I or rcpaiicd.
Our Horse Shoeing" Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a inech'inic second to not ". Wo
have no uo for soakimr scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
SSr-Oliarge moderate. WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
403 ly " 73. 77 and 81 King Sired.
FINE TURN OVER
Seat Brakes S
POP SALE CIIHAP mamifaclurid
Wo. 70, Queen Street.
.5 V ST IE IK V K V JK St
I'X " MAltirOSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
A. P. OLEGHOUNifcCO
Grocery and Feed Store.
OLPE & EDWAHDS, corner of
1 KIiije and Nuuaiiu streets.
Fresh Oioccrie-, by every btcanjer. Or
ders solicited, and roods dcllvcied in
any part ol tho city. 501 Urn b
A l'INE LOT OF
Matting of all Grades
IJOJII AVH1TE AND COLOPE1)
For Sale at
182 A. S. OLKUHOUN & CO
rpilE icejulnr Mckly lncpllnjr will ho
X hel.l over IHAS' NEW STOllE,
oiipo,ile llelhel, Kinij Klicot.
Notice of Removal.
1!S. UODANKT has lemoved her
Ibcssmakine; Estahllsliuieul to
No. 51 Berotania Stroot,
Next door to Mrs. Dickson's.
inch, Cub i valors and Hore Harrows.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
fTMT'T1 "jeer v,ir' jrrwTTT-3Tmx?'?M'WA&rTnn
ujx MT.rjtttrjvixt3im m
-3SSS&x,i'C, 77 ami 81
Olllco Sup'l Water -Works,
Honolulu, July a, 1882.
ALL persons having 'Water Privileges
nrc notified that their "Water Paten
nro payable semi-annually, in advance,
at tho ofllco of tho Superintendent of
Water Woikp, foot of Nuuanu street,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
each year. Oil AS. U. W'fLSON,
Sup't A atcr "Works
S. Iv. ICaai, Atinistcr of Interior. 204
Oovr.n.Noii's Oi'i'icK, Hono- )
i.m.u, Sept. 21, 188a.
NOTICE is heieby given that noilclits
contracted on helialf of tho Ha
ivalian band will ho rccognlcd or paid
unless oidercil by the unilernlgiied.
.Tko. O. Domi.ms,
Oovcrnor of Oahii.
ANY ON K found on my pienilsesat
Mo.iiialua without my iierinisslon,
will he pioiccnted for trespass,
O KA MEA o loaa ana maluna o ku'u
ulna ma Moanalua, mo ku'u no olu aku
o hooplila no oia no kc komohewa.
Jan. ISth; 1831. OlOlm
LL 1JII.LS duo to tho Undersigned
. un to Sent, tmili. 1RKII ir ...,i t,t
lied on or before February Hi, will hn
lim:eii iu uiu iiamiii oi a uonecior.
i02 lm W. E. FOSTPIt.
I WILL NO 1" bo responsible for nny
. dehts contracted In my iiaino after
thih date, without my written order.
Honolulu, .ran. 21, 1881. lt7.lw-
LOST on Snturdav night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Hug,
a dyed sheenakin loot rug, and an cm.
broidcied dust.wrap. The nbovo re
waul will bu lmld on retiuning same to
400 G. W. BIACFAItLANE & Co