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5SS9S5SK9S32H22SSWS ; k m. m hi, ' k?V yjt. W BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS Will lie received at the Ofllee "I Hie Minister of the Intel lor until Sattuday the 2flth, day of Mnrcli, hist, atl2 o'clock noon, for the erection of a build ing for Police Couit andStntloti llou-c, on Merchant sticct, opposite IhcSiillniH Home, Honolulu. Plans and spcoiucntions of llic pio posed building wilt lie ready for hupee tlon on Tliuistluj the SOth, Inst. A suitable bond, bused upon the aniouut of Coutrnct, will boiequlrcd upon ex ecution of the same, conditioned for its faithful fulfilment. All tendotsmust be distinctly endowed "Tenders for building Police Couit nd Station House." The Minister of the Interior does nol bind hiinclt to accept the lowest or any bid. OHAS. T. GUMOK, Minister of the Interior. Interior Ulltrc, March 18, 1881. 005 til BANKINGN0TICE. rpiIE UNDERSIGNED have foiineil X a copartnership undei the Hint name of " SPREOKELS & Co." I'm the purpose of cnirying on a general bunk lngttnd exchange busitie.-.s tit Honolulu, and such other places in the Hawaiian Kingdom aa rnav be deemed advisable. (Signed) CLAUK SPRECKULS. Win G. IRWIN F. F. LOW. Honolulu, Jan. T till, 1884. Referring to the above we beg to in form the business public that we aie prepared to make loans, discount apptov ed notes, and puichasc exchange at the best current rates. Otir arrangement for selling exchange on the piincipal points in the United States, Europe, China, Japan and Australia are being made, and when perfected, due notice will be given. Wc shall also be prepaied to receive deposits on open account, make collections, and conduct a general banking and exchange business. OtOiltnb (signed) bPRECKELS & Co. Plodgod to ueitber Sect nor Rurty. Bat C3tatlislied for tho bonoBt of all. WEDNESDAY, MAK. 19, JS81. THIS DAY'S DOINGS. MORNING. Meeting Stock Exchange, at 11. Mr. Adams will bell at Soncnson's wharf, :it 12, 10 cords firewood. EVENING. Oahn Lodge. No. 1 K. of P. 7:00. Bethel Prayer Meeting, at. 7 :!10. Fori St. Church. Prayer Meeting at7:!50. St. AndrewS Cathedral, usual services, 7 :30. THEATRICALS IN HONOLULU. A correspondent of tho AuMralti nian writes, as follows, anont thing'! theatrical in Honolulu. Would you like to know how things theatrical are done in Mid Pacific? lien, last mouth Ilerr Bandmauu wn- a through passenger by the Paoilic mail to Frisco; but some daring spirit in our midst per suaded him to stay here and try his luck for a month. The u-sitlt has been that our usually decorous so ciety has been swept over by a wave of dissipation fearful to contem plate. Perhaps you do not know that wc have heie one of the most perfect little theatres in the world. The Ilerr went into raptures over it, said it surpassed the Melbourne Bijou ; but then he was looking forward to a month's stay amongst us, and the Ilerr is mi tlijilomitte. Neverthe less, the few of us who still sigh for the flesh-pots of Egypt, arc proud of our theatre. It was built by a com pany alas, poor company! cost 880.000, holds 800 persons, and is perfect iu every detail, all modern improvements (if ventilation, seats, &c, while the scenery, painted by a special San Francisco artist, is com plete, and beautiful enough to satisfy even a Melbourne critic, but alas, that 1 must tell it this charming temple of the gods is tabooed, and for ten months out of every twelve is given up to dust and desolation. Pourquoi? Because Honolulu so ciety is too pious to support u legiti mate company of actors. The old missionary spirit still smoulders, and n literary re-union, or a concert given by the elite for a charitable object, is the most daring height to which wo ever soar. Maccabc stayed over a few months ago, gave two or three entertain ments, and went on with his profits ; Bandmnim has played two nights a week for a month, and goes on with a little haul, just at tho right mo ment. Another performance and he had been "Tho Man who Didn't Luugh." Neither Maccaho nor TJandman -was under any great ex- pense, no extra passage rates, uo regular company to pay, result profit. Now for the rcvcr.se side. Three companies have ventured down at different times from the Stales. The first opened the theatre and did well, lite two following had to be helped back by public subscription". ' )roila tout! "With the HciT was of course In petite Louise, also Mr. Clias Lofo bctt, in addition to which he was (supported, as one of our dailies neatly put it, "by the best local ta lent available:." He put on "Ilnni let," "Merchant of Venice," "Kip Van Winkle," "Corsicau Brothers," "Woman of the People," "East Lynne," &c, interspersed with Seve rn farces. The hit of the season was "Niircisse," given for the bene fit, of the library fund. The Ilerr behaved splendidly, didn't even quarrel with the newspaper's, and only kicked the property man down stairs once, which, of course, does not count. The City of Sydney beamed out of the harbor last Mon day, and on board were Miss Beau dct, Ilerr Bandnuin and Mr. Lobbctt, taking with them Ihc hearty good wishes of their friends in Honolulu. Vague rumours of an invasion by a compauy from the Coast reach us, but we arc deaf to the voice of the charmer. Wc arc surfeited with too much glare, and sigh again for that vernal freshness that could insist upon iincorcs at tin amatcui concert, while it invested an ice-cream social with a spice of naughtiness that was truly delicious. 1 was nearly forgetting a delightful joke. "One of our local amateurs who was really distinguishing him self as walking gentleman was waited on by a deputation from the church. Tableau! But he was a staunch fellow, and did not desert the genial lien: My letter has far outrun its limits, so with many a backward sigh to wards dear old Melbourne. 1 waft Aloha. Honolulu, Sandwich Is., Jan. 2f. GORRESPONDENGE. Cc.nc-poiideneo i solicited on the lop. io- ,r the day, or what may become so. We te-eive the right to excise puii-ly pel tonal tiiiillir. We do not hold our-clvc- responsible for the opinions o.pi ecd by our cor. respondents. Ed. EICHT HOURS A. DAY. Fimtok Bullltik: I sec that the Saturday Press speaks rather dis paragingly of the eight hour move ment. L have heictoforc looked upon that paper, as one for reform, as it lias ever been calling loudly to the (i nvcrnment for . -Mich measures. That is well : but why speak against indi vidual reform? I have known indi viduals as well as corporations, to put their help on three quarter time and pay at, the same rate, and all this without consulting their neigh bours, or the press. Suppose the man of the S. P. should happen to think that perhaps he ought to pay bis help more per day ; according to his theory he would be obliged to consult hU ueiglibouis and stir up their minds to the idea, then ho must wait for them to decide, (which might take monlhs) and of course to the injury of the employee. I have increased the wages of nearly every man in my employ. I consider that haste lias been made slowly for the advancement of our fellow beings, 1 havo thought the matter over for a long time and have come to the con clusion that in a climate like this, eight hours hard labor is enough, out of twenty-four, and now, after one week's experience I am fully satis lied that there is no great loss iu the amount of labor performed. The hour that has been given, gives them more time to read and more time for sleep ; that means more rest for the brains as well as the body. Those who look to the elevation of their fellow beings ought to read the Gazette, of last week, it highly re commends more time for rest and recreation. N. F. Bunr.r.ss. AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS Firewood Firewoodl THIS DAY Wednesday, March li)tli, at 13 o'clock noon AT SORENSON'S WHARF 16 Cords HARD WOOD. 005 E. P. Apahr, Auctioneer. Atiction Sales by Lyons & Lsvoy. CREDIT SALE -OP- English and Foreign Groceries On Wednesday, Mar liHh, Will -ell at Public Auction at our Room, Beaver Block, at 10 a. tn. on a Liberal Credit,. a large Consignment of English and Foicign Groceries composing: Cases Saidlues & tfs, " Petit Pols (Green Peas), " .Mushrooms, Bi'C.irb ot Soda, " Motions Pic Fruits, " C. ifc H. Picklo Onions, " Mortons Pickles. " Sago & Tapioca in 4 lb tin, " Motions Jnins&lled C'unaiit .Icily, " India Chutney, " Cambridge & Oxfoid Sausage, " Nutniogs"ln 7 lb tins, " Caster Oil In pints, " Cocoalina, Cream Tartar, " Motions Currio Powder, " Ycalnians, " " " Essence Anchovies, " Lemon & Citron Peel in 7 lb liiu, ' Salad Oil pints & 4 pints " Columns Mustatd, Capers, , ' Cooked K Hams, " " "llnm, -' Epps Cocoa, Gelatine, " Ueef in binclsifc y, bairels, " Vinegar in barrels, Ac, A'c, Jce. Terms Liberal which will be made known at lime of Sale litiu 4t Lyons & Li:vi:v, Auctioneers. JUST HECEIVED Per Zealandia, POTATOES. 00 1 lv HENRY 31 VY & Co. A Young Man JS DESIROUS of obtaining a situation . in a business house. Good penman and quick at figures. Best of references. Please address Z. CIG4 ;!t P. O.Box 184 Honolulu. Consignee "Wanted. M. t to 10 10 Pkgs. of Clothing Landed Ex S. S. Madras in September 1SSP.. .NOTICE is hereby given that the above goods ,will be sold in 10 days from date to defray charges and expences on same, if application be not made for de livery, ana all cliarges paid lo tne tin dcrsigncd before the expiration of tliitt period. THEO U. DAVIES & Co. Honolulu, March 17th, 1881. C03 lw THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT, H. Cavcnagh, a Proprietor. MEAJhS gfg MKAI.S Cokltoord,r'si2is'At all hours. Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit Received by every steamer. 001 A1NLKK begs lo Inform the public that he has just received per " Mariposa " a large assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's SHOES AX1 SLIPPERS, Al-o, Men's Boots and Shoes, all of which are of the finest quality, and will be sold At (lie IiiwcNl pohHlIiIe iii-Iccm. iiaa im LOST. ON Tuesday, the 20th Inst., a small black 1'OCKBriJOOK, contain ingTWOBBAFTS, one on Messrs. II. Hackfchl & Uo , and the other on Wilder A; Uo., payable to A. GILPIL LAN also, $20, 10 and $5 in Gold, and a 5 Greenback. If the person finding the same wlH return the Book and Drafts, he may keep the coin, or bo suitably lowarded on it-turning same to Daily Uum.ktiv Ollice. 050 -It WILLIAMS & GO, 120 FORT STREET, Have Secured tho Services ol MR. HASSELMANN, One of the Best Artists From Sun Francisco, His Coloring is Unequalled. Views ol' the Volcano, Also on Hand, Como and Sec Them. r.3l tf I HONOLULU IRON WORKS, btcam engines, sugar mills, poll. ers, coolers; iron, brass and lead cast ings; machinery of ovcry description made to order. Paiticulnr attention paid to ship's black smithing. Job work exe cuted at short notice. 1 Wanted. A gentleman just arrived in Honolulu wibbes to get employment as an ac countant or bookeeper, lias had several years experience and can produce good K-ferences. Please address Rox D'J, P, O, OOP lw Notice. DURING MY ABSENCE .Mr, I M. Hatch will take orders for Cnttlo from Kaneoho Ranch. 053 lv P. O. JONES Jr. Soots, Shoes aid Slippers ft's ji'iA Bi Bankrupt Sale -OF The Stock of Goods of .1. ltOBURTSON, hh1k .Selling Itclow imt. at tho old Stand Open for a few Dnyp, To Close Out the Stock! The stock comprise all kinds of Stationery, ' Periodicals, Note Paper, ICuvolopc, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Jlucilncc, BOOKS! .1 owelty, Gold Pens and Pencels, &c., &e, Atiovlcd blank of various kinds; Letter Pres:cs, Letter Piles, &e PHOTO. ALBtJMS, Photo. Views. Children's Gramma of various kinds, Programme Cards, Dance Card?, Menu Cards, &e., &c. Also, several copies of Andrews' Hawaiian Grammar, .larvis' History ol the Hawaiian Island, 3lbs Bird's Hawaiian Archipelago, Srents In the Hawaiian Islands, &e., &c. SELL.NG FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY. 002 lw. COAL and IRON. E would beg to notify our Cus- lomcrs anu the puiiiic ireneiaiiv that v.-e will sell Cumberland Coal and Iron AS LOW AS Any House in the. City, hoping tor a continuance of the usual Share of pat ronage. AYc are Yours, HAAV'N CARRIAGE M'F'G Co. 05"! 2v (r' IN the Hest Stylp, and in me siioriesi nonce. Apply lluM.rriN Orricn. CmS ilin 12a Fort Street near Hotel St., Honolulu, TEACHER in the Spanish Langunge; Embroidery and Fancy Work of all kinds done iu the most auistic style. Mrs. Orth (foimerly Mrs. Marlnda) will be happy to visit ladies' housc4 to teach them the Spani-h Language, and give lessons in Embroidery and Fancy Work. All works left iu her residence, will be done at short notice on very leatonable terms. C5t lin KOT'ICK T F YOUR HORSE IS SICK or LAME, X or any way out of order, call on A T. IJAKKR, ut C.ipt. J. C. Cluney's sta ble., corner of Queen it Punchbowl sts. 13"Bre.iking horses to saddle or car l iagc a specialty. 420 ly BREWER & Co's. BOSTON PACKETS, 5&. SHIPPERS will please take t?v3S notice that the fine bark gg JOHN D. BREWER, will leave 15oton June 1st, for this port. Oulcrs for goods should be sent forward as early as April 10th, to insure shipment. For further Information apply to C. BREWER & Co, (1C0 lm Queen Street. French Lessons. "iVfHS. MOR1ARTY is piepared to ItX give Lessons in French at private residences. Terms, 1 per month, pay. able in itdvancc two lessons per week of ono hour each lesson. Address, Mrs. Moriarty, care Mrs While, White House, Nutianu street (inlaw Notice. DURING my absence fiom the King, doin, Mr, L. O. Abies will act tor me inula- full Power of Attorney; till bills against mo will he paid by him, and 'all accounts due nut are to be paid to him. S. I. SHAW. Honolulu, Mar. 1st, 1884. 053 2 w Dwelling; JIouso For Sale. qUIR HOUSE and LOT on the Kulao X kahua plains, situate on tho makai siilo of Ueretauiii street, and now oeeu. pied by Judge McCtilly, is for sale. Inquire or S. It DOLE, fllil tf Notice. DURING my absence Mr. J, Ilyman will act for mo under power of attorney In all mntteis of business; all mils against me will Do palil try liliu, and all accounts due me arc to be pain to him. (138 Siw E. PUCK. Notice. GOVUUNOU'S Ol'KIOK, Hoso-) lulu, Sept. at, 188X ) "VfOTICE Is bcioby given that no debts i- contiacted on behalf of tho Ha waiian bund will ho recognized or paid unless ordered by tho undersigned. Jko, O, Dominis, Governor of Oabu. Horses Clipped M 0. fflJSTACE, King Street, - - Honolulu. Has jiHt received per Mariposa, California Potatoes Whittaker's Star llama, Breakfast Macon, Fail-bank's Lard, American Cranberry Sauco, Pickles, Young American Cheese, Anncitr Table bauee, Salad Dressing, Table and Pic Fruits, Honed Chicken and Tilikov, llrolled Chicken, Curried Fowl, Almore'M 3Iiii Aletil. .lams and Jellies, Ox Tongues, lluckwhcat Flour & JIaple Syrup, OiMisIiec.1 TiMliuii Oat. Meal, Corn Meal, Graham Flour, Wheat, Corn, Crackers, etc.. etc. Leave your oi tiers or ring up No.110. Goods delivered to any part of the city. 001 !2m " C. IIUSTAOE." lotice of Removal. WILL -THE IK -TO Next door lo W. G. Irwin & Co. -ON s Thanking tho Public for their lihprnl patronage dining the past heventeen years, they will do their best to retain the same at their aew store. 057 am The Hest Rrands in the Market. 4ui--lii, Allttll'ONlOH, .VoblehHe, Vosrn tie Oro, -PmiHHc Cnfe, Hi'oreto, t.'nHManilra, I'.Mpuuola, J-oiiti I'lNlicriuuii, VeKii tin Oro KlecniitoH. For bale at lti:A0XAM,K Rater, by II. Nolte, Denver Ulock. 04(5 lm b ENGLING & SMITH, Tin & Sheet-Iron Workers ItoofovH JUKI Gas Fitters. All kinds of Tin-wnro ready mado or mado to order, No. 54 : : King Street, tf Opposite Police Station. 035 NOTICE. npuE Undersigned begs to inform his X friends ami tho public generally that ho haH rented tho shop Und stock from Mr. L, Way, and will continue tho business as Carpenter and Builder, and hopes by paying strict attention to tho business to merit a shato of public patronage. FRITZ W1LIIELM. Having rented my premises on King Street, to Mr. Ftit Wilhebn, who has acted as my Foreman for a number of years, to tho satisfaction of myself and customer?, and who is thoroughly capa. bio of carrying on the business, I hone my old customers will accord him tho same patronage us they gave inc. 0381m ' L.WAY. Stroo pen npHE Undesigned Proprietor of the PIONEER SHAH DAtW MM AND BAKERY desires to inloini ills pultons and the pub lie generally that notwithstanding tins recent DISASTROUS FIRE, has erected A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY, On a much more Extensive Scale which Is now In Fui.i. OrnitA-noN, and which will be in complete working order by an Early Arrival of new Machinery and Tools; and is now again prepaied to manufacture CHOICEST PURE CANDIES and will always have on hand lila dull, clous Fresh Made VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS, COCOANUT CANDIES, RICH NUGAT IN BARS, SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS, CREAM CANDIES of great vailoty sorr MARSH-MALLOW8. Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit Sou Bons Of all descriptions. All those Home Made Fresh and Pure Coufeelions, I t,dl at 50 cents PER POUND. RICH WEDDING CAKE Of the Finest Flavor, in all sizes always on hand and ornamented in the most artistic style. always fresh, as also Home Made Mince Meat for sale at CO cents per pound. Will receive per Consuelo the balance of my new machinery of the newest de signs for tnanufactuiirig all descriptions of plain Candies; thanking the public for prelous liberal patronage and ho. liciting a. continuance of same. Very respectfully, F. HORN, Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook. thk oi,i btaki). 71 Hotel street P. O. Rox No. 75;. . . ..Telephone No. 7-1 572 ly Ring up Telephone. . No. 202. IF YOU WANT a Cheap Job done to auy part of the City or Suburbs. P. Smith, Next to Hammer's Harness Shop. G02 3m b No. 96, King Street, Telephone, No, 130 HAVING BOUGHT out the business of W. II. Wilkinson, the under signed is prepared to carry on a general Express Business; and hopes by prompt, ncss and dispatcli to merit a fair share of the public patronage. H. Emmerson. G18 3in FIXE TURN OVER eai FOR SALE CHEAP manufactured by the HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE Manufacturing Co., No. 70, Queen Street. ' 020 2m Wolfe & Edwards Grocery and Eeed Store, Corner King and Nuuanu streets. Fresh Groceries and Provisions received by every Steamer. P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349. noiom JUST EECEIVED rnii rjuiiiivn 051 lm h A. S. CLEGIIORN & Co. wm EXPRESS JUST RECEIVED V,X I,ATK A1UUV.U.S, Yd Ba.i'1-elw, X'VohIi Columbia Salmon 2f A. B. OLEGHORN & CO. B. M.CAWTEU. s. 1 CiltAlIA S. M. CARTER & 00. Rktaii. Dicamcus IN Fire "Wood, Coal and Feed. JBEsxy- and. Oats, PBKE DTUrJlVIUKTi- to all parts of iho city. Remember, 82 Kin street, 078 jar And Telephone No. 187.