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HONOLULU, H. I, OCTOBER 9, 1880.
-.-i .. twkntif fcrtP3itHS
THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A ,VBWM'rEli,TO UK PUIIi.iSllfct) VKfiKI.T
nVE DOLLARS A TEAK IK ADVANCE
Snbstflb" ami Advertiser "III addrrss Mr.Tho,
Thrnei. Hatlo" Manager
Ul muter tar lh MtariUf Vttt thottld t aridrtlaM
to (he UTtJHMY IMIK!"
" TrlncMl nil yon tnl vatArtnw
NoMr-s nil Iwron ti( nil UrRrccM I
llrnrkr n awhile In tlir ptnter'f n
1IV firs that romp (rum lh oTpr-s
St t tliiis we ask or of K"Iil ot of fppi :
Vnt v nt not with thp honnds. we prsy I
Ix)' for tbp anrcote'a hptu we spire
Giro u., i 1 1 (jire n bat vcitenlat I
" Damn incut ilellcnte, smorona
Ua.mosfU blithe aa tbp Illicit tee !
llrnrkpn awhile to tbp jirnjrr of u
lliliM thalcorr from th ovrf-acrtat
Nothing itf ink of tbp tlitnc thnt olrnae ;
Wmit nro we, mid worn mid crny 1
1) f for we clutch mid lsp vonr knre
OIto u, ah t Rive "- I'"' yesterday t
" DitmowbCilAnir he plteonsl s ,,
. th iaian rltt (ML by the roadway trees.) M
jlr-u.u. U kuikIim miBtinmmoui i
(lint the knliyita pr!re! mi In their panoplies.)
Nbthtnif Ihpy et ' T hope or ese,
Hut only to bent on the brent and wy.
' Life we drunk to the ilrw and leca
Giro us, ah ! r'tp us but jcatcrilty I
" Ynnth, tAke heed to tho prayer of throe :
Many there be by tbodnnty way
MatiT that err to the rucks mid aeius
' Give tin, ah ! rItc n but yesterday- r
It is better to bo n righler of wrongs
than a writer n bo tit wrongs,
A fifty-dollar painted fan mnkes no more
wind than n five-cent pilm lonf,
Tho fnshionablo color continues to bo old
gold. Even freckles nro of that color.
A medical student declares that tho sud
den death of Littlo Eva wns calculated to
It is said that Ohio wives do their own
housework. Now that is (ho kind of nti
no hire idea that we like.
Thcro arc two distinct kinds of boys in
this world tho hnman boy and tho boy
who exists in Sunday-school books.
Ladies traveling together without an
escort nro called "petticoat pirtic." To
fall in with a, petticoat parly is tho bache
lor's supremo bliss.
Coleridge siys.thnt ho onco knew n man
who had advauced to such a pitch of self
esteem that ho never mentioned himself
without taking off his hat.
Walk through somo of the dirty slums
of the great motropolis and you can rciliie
tho force of tho words, "The man who
enters here leaves soap behind."
Little drops of water (in the milk) and
littlo grains of sand (in tho sugar) nro
what make tho big fortunes of tho humblo
milkmen and the obscure grocer.
Deaf lady: " What's his name?" Young
lady: ' Augustus Tyler." Tho deaf hdy:
" Mess me, what a natno! Bu6this Biler!'
Elizi, you must be making fun of m."
A woman cannot becomo a successful
lawyer. She is too fond of giving her
opinion without piy. Ex. But 6ho can
make out a tremendous case sometimes on
a terribly small showing of facts.
Lord Brongham once, when ho wns in
n facetious mood, being asked to define a
lawyer, said : " A lawyer is a Ieirned gen
tleman who rescues our estato from your
enemies and keeps it himself."
A girrulons fop, who, by ljis frivolous
remarks, had annoyed his partner in a ball
room, among other empty things asked
whether she had ever had her cirs pierced.
"No." wns tho rcnlv: "but I havo often
had them bored."
An " Association for tho Removal of tho
Bishops from the Houfe of Lords" has
been formed, in consequence of tho notion
of the majority of tho Bishops on tbo
Burials bill. Tho Rev. W. J. E. Bennett,
of Frome, has been elected chairman.
" Probably few persons," snys tho Lon.
don Truth, " havo had so many proposals
of marriage as Lady Burdctt-Contts. I
was talking a day or two ngo with an
eminent widower, I. myself,' said he,
havo proposed to her, for I regard this as
a duty that every man owes to his family.' "
Tbo case of Dr. Tanner is not equal to
that of the celebrated pig which was found
t East CHfl, Dover, aucr acing ooo uuu
dred and sixty days under thirty feet of
chalk, alivo but much reduced in weight.
This is a well authenticated case, and is
mentioned by Dr. Carpenter in his "Phys
iology." Foole wns talking away one evening at
. j:..1.1b of a roan of rank, when, at
the point of one of his best stones, one of,
the part interrupted him suddenly with
an air of most considerate apology. "I
Bee jour pardon, Mr. Foots, but your
handkerchief is half out of your pocket.
"Thank you, sir," said Foote, replacing it,
" you know the company better than I do,
and finished hU joke.
It is calculated that the ten million Inr.
rels of beer reported by the Brewers Con.
ULu as having been sold last year would
ES "u5 V! rep and
twenty-one feet wide, extending from New
York to Philadelphia, and that it would
take a pomp throwing thirty gallons a
minute twenty-oue years to pump tt out.
Ah. pallid my noble brow,
T& wauin nbtnt w?S) Ute :
Mr iUrtled mother cried in fear,
'My calM, ht have yon ate r
1 It . o .trn and fr i
1 k"p he knew, I knew he toew
I'd smoked my nrt ciffar.
The DemopolU lAU.) iVVi" ts
following story : " Our census enumerator
rerrtsacoloml woman on Martin 1W.
nlnceone hundred and fourteen year. o.o.
keeine that the old woman was proud of
ITx ale nd her maCM nliimt7.
k. asked her some iiueslioaH tonchmK an.(
WashingtoaU horse and the revoUt.onery
war alt ""ch ""K "Me
riJU.fc id: Old My, you t
havl heard the RomaH Br. - U
JSIT. a don't mWt WT4.circu.m-
taiu J ko rf vw, but I If4
ia cM Korik Crol, I
Iffora " Ilrillrpfft." N Y 1
The Destruction of forests and the Remedy.
Itja a part of the .Tnpancso moral codo
to return something to tho soil from which
a crop has been tnkrn before replanting ft
with Feed, and to plant two trees for ocry
ono that is cut down. Tho peopto of tho
United States mid of Japan present tho
strongest contrast in tho foregoing repcots
that, can bo found among the great nntions.
It mny bo truthfully said of tho people of
this country, that in tho treatment of tho
soil and tho consumption of foreuts they
nro tnoro prodigal than tho people of nny
other. There nro largo tracts of land in
Cnlifornia which formerly yielded from
fifty to sixty bushels of barloy per ncro,
and which havo long censed to yield tnoro
than from fifteen to twenty. On the const
of Maine thcro nro mnny fnrms which
were onco rcmnrknblo for their great fer
tility, Had wliiclij. produce scarce "nny thing
now. Tho term " worn onl lands" has
becomo intimately nssocintcd with tho
southern stntes, and wo now rend thnt tlio
most, fnmoun wheat lauds of Minnesota
nro "giving out." Tho pino forests of
Now York nro lmrdly rometnberod ; tho
pineries which mndo Maino a great ship
building state ore extinct, nud for tho few
ships sho has built during into years sho
has been obliged to roly upon tho southern
states for most of tho timber. Even Penn
sylvania, it is sa d imports from othor
states ns much white pine lumber ns sho
exports, nnd in a few years sho will bo nl-
most as dependent on other states, for this
description of lumber, as New York hns
becomo. Tho most important pineries now
left in thd United States are in Michigan.
As an example of their rnpid destruction,
a correspondent of tho Cincinnati Gazette
"The Snginaw valley formerly contnincd
the largest and finest pine forests in tho
State of Michigan. Mill nftor mill wns
built nlong tho banks of tbo river, until
their united capicity reached GOO.000,000
feet of lumber per year. To supply theso
mills, the pino in tho Saginaw vnlley has
been nlrcady in groat pirt exhausted, nnd
mill owners are obliged to bring logs from
other rivers, ofton as far as 150 miles dis
tant, to supplcmont the stock of tho Sagi
naw river. The output on thnt river has
reached its climax. No moro now mills
nro built, or old ones replaced. The busi
ness must gradually diminish in volume
until the Saginaw valley, now tho greatest
lumber district in tho world, shall hear tho
buzz of tho saw no more."
Tho forests of Michigin, Wisconsin and
Minnesota contain tho chief supplies of pino
timber east of tbo Jlocky mountains. The
correspondent of tho Gazette endeavors to
answer tbo que&tiou : How long will these
supplies last ? Tnking tho Alpena district,
Michigan, as a guide in that state, it is be
lieved tho supply will la6t fifteen years.
Ho snys :
" These fignros agrco very closely with
those givon me a few weeks ago by tho
president of tho Urgcot logging company
on tho Mississippi river, operating in tho
Wisconsio.pincries, a region that has been
worked much less extensively than tho
Michigan pineries. They would last, ho
said thirty or forty ycirs. Tho Minnesota
pineries arc not so large bb cither of tho
others, nnd will probably not survive them.
In from twenty-it vo to forty years the hst
tree will bo cut, and tho entire country
from Maino to tho Rocky mountains must
leiirn to live with meagro quantities of pine
lumber brought at great expense from dis
A colored rnrtn who hud contracted a
debt somo years ngo with ono of our raer
chants enmo to town yesterday nnd called
on his old creditor. " Didn't yon 'splain
to me dat if I Fettled rjp dat ncconnt yon
would givo trie 'lowanco ?" said the darky
to the merchaut. "Yes, I did say so,
Sam," replied tho merchant, " If you are
reidy lo settle yonr bill now I will make a
good allowance," nnd tho merchant waited
for the colored individual to pull out his
pocketbook. " Well, sir, 1 hasn't got de
money jus' now, but I thought I'd corao
in nnd get do 'lowanco j my wife wants a
An American writer in tlio current number
of tho Contemporary mentions onu or two
facts which enable us to measure soma points
of advantage uhirli their position gives to She
people or the United btutea over oiiraolvua.
" For military purposes," tlio writer tella u,
" the people nf Great llritaiu, during the year
ending March, IC78, contributed n trifle over
I8. each. During the S4tuo period tho Aiuor
ican people lived in security and maintained
their honor, at the coat of only t. 2d. each
for all tiurnnaes of national defence." This is
Iteryvkcll; but what follows i really iim7.
ing. "Doc any other nation," the writer
proceeds, " ho wover great its military power,
pay to every private soldier who has ohI
hands, or feet, or sight in its service, tlio pen
sion of 175 for the romatndur of his tilths ?
Kvery year nearly 5,300,000 is paid to the
disabled veterans of the American lleuublic."'
Certainly no other nation pay one hundred
rid evetitr-five pounds s year to a dlmibtcri
anldinr, and muaV people will feel n tritlo in
credulous a to whether even America pays
that sum. bnglwi r'ljttr,
Mdme Scobclcfl", the mother of tho well
known Russian General, and the widow of an
other General Bcobeleff, wns murdered tie.tr
l'hilipoplis recently. The aaaaaain was
a Itutiati lieutenant in the Eist flniimelian
Militia nainixl Uxatis, Mdme, Scoboleff's own
nido-de-camp, who employed four Mnnten.
griiis tn waylay her. Usatis, it i itatcl en
joyed the confidence of General Scobeleff and
his mother, for whose journey he had made
airanj-emenU and attended to the packing of
her biggago. Mdme. Scobeleff went to East
ern Hnumelia, to found n hospital in commemo
ration of tho lata war, and wms cntlinaia-lically
received when she lately visited tho House of
Representatives. When attacked by tho aa.
asalna, slit wss accompanied by a Russian
officer, a lieutenant Ivaiioft. Mdme. Scobo-
leB and Iter iuid wcro killud, and tvaii'ill was
fired at twice, and was wounded, but escaped,
and succeeded in reaching i'hiliupoitolis,
where he at once denounced IJxatis, wjth
whom Ixi was woll acqitulnted. Uatl. on
finding hlmiqf in danger, tied to the neighbor
ing mountain, but a soon captured by a
body of cavalry which was sent in pursuit.
Ho has since committed suicide. The Monte
negrin who sre accused of bcng his accom
plices are in the hands of tho police ; and his
brother, with several of Ids personal friends,
lisva bean arrested. Bobbery is supposed to
have been the motive of the crime, ss Mdme.
Scobeleff money ad- personal ornaments
war not U)W found whsu'thu police arrived
SI W (CMM 01 Ut BIUION. . i-J
DIl. N, B. EMERSON,
FKYxotAi .A re 13 siuMttwow
office t ilr. 1IiITmnn' ttrni store, SI Mtchnt St.
Offltr tiHitu 9 to It X M, 8 loir, n. 3 Am
MRS. D. B. GRirTIK,
ll Fort St , Honolulu,
FihiPBftbln Milliner end Drcee Maker.
I Ntw-flppilii tntl s(jrim rrf ttrrri rvrry month. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney anil Counsellor at Law,
Mm hint at , Honolulu, It, I,
Attorney nnd Connnellor at Iwf
CDKurt Strrct. llonrlulu
J. NOTT ft CO
Importer! nnd Denier In Stmt, Rang,
Mttil", lloiinf turnl'Mni floml", Crotknjr. 01 nmt
Llilun Vn", rnctlcul Mrcl unlet, Honolulu, II, I,
A- W. RICHARDSON ft CO a
iirontirn ash healer it
llootn. Shoe", t-'nrnUhlnq (loml, lint. Cr. TrutiV,
Vlln", Perfumery ml Hon, Wnlthnm Wntchci,
tne Jewclrr, rtc, rornrr of Fort nnd .Merchant St.,
Honolulu, II. t. I Ir
lOiund 101 Vort Street.
rirtur" of nil kIii'4 anil kind, mnda to order, and
KrAHic of all docrlt'tlont constantly nu hand.
Shells, Corals, nnd rurUMtlea of the l'aclrle.
I W. HOPP,
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, Dealer la
No, SS Kins Street, between Nnunnu and Fort Street!.
"MaUrcK constantly on hand or made to order,
THOS. O. THRUM,
Inportlnc and MannfeotarlnjC Stationer,
New Agent, Book Binder, fto
Jlcrchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Ilookn, Mnslc, Toy and Fancy Ooodi,
rort airen, near jioici, iionoimn. ly
Fort Street, oponlto Odd Fellow e' Hall,
MannfAotarlns: Jeweler, Diamond Setters,
Kinrioer-, and Dealer In Jewelry of all kinds. Shell
and Kukul Jcuclry made to order. Orders also re
ceived jnd faithfully attended to for all kind) of Hair
Work In Jewelry or Memorial Designs 1 ly
D. W. CLARK,
Watch Maker and Jeweler,
Waltham and.all other American Watches,
Gtooki and Jewelry.
Watch Kcpatrlnt; mide i specialty.
! .nercnant sireei, iionomui.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. Merchant St., next to Thos. O. Thiutn.
Bmis anil Mliov Stnile lo Onlcr, or Ilret JI.
terlnlinml at lirneoiiole lrletTM.
Boots and Shoes ma do for Cash only
M. S, GRINBAUM ft CO
Importer and 'Wholesualo Deolera la Gene
3 Makee'a Mlock, Queen Street. ly
M. S. GRnfBAUM ft COn
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
214 California St.,Snii Francisco.
Special facilities fo( and pirtlcslnr attention paid to
1 consignment of Inland produce. ly
T. j". MOSSMAN,
Importer and Dealer la Crockery,
Plain and Decorate! Porcelain, Cut and Pressed Glass,
Sllrer Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Fire Proof Store, cor. King and Nuuanu Sts , Honolulu.
WM. J. SHELDON,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
Shop on King Street, opposite the Police Station. 3 3m
E, COOK WEBB, M. D
(Late Chief of btaff Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
Island, N. Y.)
Offlce GO Fort Street. Special attention to disease of
women and children.
Omce hours Until 10 a. . 2to4r.M. Sly
a. asaKLKEH. a. kol:no.
G. SEGEX.KEN to. CO.,
No. 5 Nuuanu btrect,
'aVlnamltlis and Plamliera, Deler In Stores,
Itanges, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, keep con
stantly on hand a fnll assortment of Tinnare, Ouhan
Ized Iron, and Lead Pipe, India llubber Hose, ic, Ac.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY.
R. COVE . BROTHER, Proprlstors,
Pilot, Medium and Nay Bread always on hand and
made to order Al"o, Water, Soda and Butter Crack
ers, Jcnaj Llnd Cakes, Jtr.
Ship Prcad re-liakcd on tho shortest notice. Family
Dread, made of tho Best flour, baked dally and aln aj s
X. O.-Brawsa Brraxt nf the Beat iuliajr
A. L. SMITH,
41 niBT STOEET, IMfOICTEB AKD DEALER. IH
Mrlden Quadruple Plated Ware, Glassware, Kins
Combination 'jpecticles and Eye Glasses, Brackets,
Vases, Liiitr.il Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture
Frames, Wostenholm's Pocktt KnUes, Scissors, Pis
tols, Powder, Shot and Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine OH. all kinds of Machine Needles,
"Domestic" Paper i'ashto is, Sole Agent for the uni
Light Rsuaalasr DoaaMtla aVawlaaj Maeatsta
a. e. wurrxET. t. w. boeehtson
WHITKET A ROBERTSON,
(Hnceessors to 11, M. Whl(ney)
Staktlaaars, Pnliliahars, New Dealara and
I Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I, ly
THE HONOLULU BOOK-BINDKRY
DOES KIsTDIHO 07 ALL DEICXIPTI0EI.
The work eiecntetl at this establishment Is under the
supcrrlslonof MIL JOHN L. KEES.whois well known
a an experience.! workman, andrino b turpamtl.
WORK U4E A T TIIK S.UWtIT BrKN.
WHITNEY A IIOBEIITSON,
Stationers, Publishers, News Dea'era and Book Hinders
NKUi II. AIIMTIN,
ootrirauiiiion. j.t tiaw
iWI No. 13 Kaahumanu street.
C. . HAKTOH, AstctttsMeer.'
Kalesroum on Queen Slrcsl, ou dovr front Kaahutaaaa
0J Street. ly
I. lUtlUI'KLD CO.,
OEEZEAL C0MX1MI0X AOZETI,
Uaesn Slrest. Honolulu, II. I. 1791 lyl
r. a. NiiiAt:ri:K a co.,
Importsrs A Commission Msrohants
oH lluoululu, ll.aall.n Islands Ir
4. . (ItlNUnON, M. It..
BXBX0M AND HOMEOPATHIC rETIICIAV.
OrBce Coraer Fjrl and Der.lenla xis, lloneloln. 17
K. I. AUA.HM.
Auctioneer and Coasaisslos Msrchtnt.
Qnesn Street. Wonalaln. II. t. (f'S-lyl
ft: Ii. IIOFFMCIIIAECIKH A CO.,
WrOlTXM AM COMXIUI0H aUKCHAXTI,
ItMllolBlM.O.IlM. II. I. 077 1
claus sratiKEU. wa. a, tawii,
WN. . IRWM CO,,
Sagar Faotors ad OomsiiMiou Asanti
Honolulu. II I.
K. U. IIAI.I. A. .',
IsTTOETBEl AND BXALBBI IB HAXBWAXX
7TS-ly Corns, lortsad King Sts.
join t. wati:himiiihi:,
IXNXTXX AXD 0XALXX II SXBXXAL
771 Qasen Street. Hulal. H.I. ly
ATTOKJIXT ABB CsBBsBUM AT l.W
lad Altai for taking Aeknoaledsneat el Iulraaalff
ta Island of Oak.
B7I7 Wa. I Kaaknaaana f ttet. Hoaolaln. H. 1. ly
.. Jsr. BHL.KKK ,t;s., ,
BXAUU IX BXT MMN AXX XXKIA.
join ii. pa's.
H0TART runtC and COMIII0IER ef DKZDI,
Trr ths Slatsl of Caliromla and Ktw.Ytrk.Orlcs at tha
Hank f llj.tiop Co , , Honolulu. I a ty
J. n. vt in iViTv, ,fi. ., . . n.
Dental Rooms on Fott ltrct,
Office In llrewer's, niocl.', fornrr ttotll sml Fort slrrrls,
ll )y Entrance, HnUlSUett
A. W. II It Mil.
GROCER AND PROVI8IOM DIALER.
P nil ly (Irorsry and rssd More.
TM tyl orpr(8llst,llotnth1n.
u. i. r. cim, ( r. e. jois, lj.
0. BREWER S( CO..
SHIPPING I COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
. 52 Honolulu, Hawaiian frlands, ly
Importer, Wholesnle and Retail Dealer
in General Merchandise
And China Omnia, In fit
KlnC and Nunanii Streets.
rire Proof Store, torntr ol
A. W. PEIRCE f. CO,.
8HIF CHANDLERS k C0MMISS0N MERCHAHT8
Ilrand's Cluns and Ilonib Ijinces,
Parry Davit' Pain Killer,
5J5-.1 No (0 Qntn Utrert, Honolulu. ly
L.tinti: a. co.,
And Importers of and Dealers In llaj, (Iran, arid (Isntra
irli)cr. Iliiimlidn. II I. 7H Ir
ii. :. .iici.iviu: a isKOTiir.K,
0K0CERY, FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fortstrssti,
Corner of tort and Qurtn MrrHs llcijolulu,
Lumber, Fsinti, Oils, Halli, Salt sad Bulldinp;
(0)-l Matarlalsof atery kind.
IMI.MnUIIAn A. CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS. 1H HAB3WARE
Cnllfry, Dry Ooodn, Paints and Oils, and Osniral Mer
chinJIse. No. 91, KlnnStrrst.llnnolnln. Tug ly
iioi,i,i: Ac co..
Ship Chandlon end Commitnon atorohinti.
mpo'lsrs and Dralsrsln (lanrral Msrcnaudlsr.Uuees trof t
llonnlntu. Hawaiian Islands, 170 ly
t. s.nioKaori sobt. LiirtKa, c. m. cooks
I.CIVF.KM Ac niCKMOK,
IMCORTER8 DEALERS IK LUMBER.
And all kinds ofUutldlngMalarlats, Fori Strast, Honolulu
ixroatias ans deiliks nr
70S Corner Quesn and Kaahuniauu Strrs ts, ly
C. C. COI.KMAH.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
llnroe Nhnelii;, CnrrlUKe Work,
I'lKiitnllon Mnehltserjr, e.
M9 Shop on King Street, net Caslle A Cooke's. ly
J. . GIKVIi'V.
Commission Mrrcliant and General Dealer
In Dry Ooods, Groceries, Hardware, Stationery,
Patent Medicines, Perfumery, and
783 WAILUKU, MAUI. ly
a. vr. noiiton. o. n. vobtom
i. w. onxo.t a- :'
Store, Oroe Ranch Plantation, Dealers in Choice Gro
ceries and Provisions and General Merchandise.
M. H. OHIiXUAIKn Ac CO..
IMFOKTEB3 AND WHOLISALE DEALEBS
In Fashionable Clothinir, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and
arsry Tarlsty of Qentlrmen's inpsrlor rurnlihlnf; Ooods.
Store In Maksa's Ulock, Queen Street, Honolulu. II. I.
IMii iy i
(Late Jaiios, Garii A Co. J
IMPOstTKH " onsrsfTRStn" jmrrsrswr
ad AQiat roa
Lloyd's and the LlserpoolUn lerwriters,
nrltlsh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Nurthe rn Assurance Company. oT80 ly
IIOM.INTIIK Ac CO.,
D uggitlt, Aiolhttarit$,
Importers of Tobaooo and Cigars,
Manufacturers of Soda Water,
Agents for P. Lorlllard Co's Tin Taj;; W. S. Kimball
A Co's Vanity Fair; and Goodwin A, Co's Old
Judge. Tobaccos and Cigarettes.
8IS Wo 83 Nnnanii Sire ft. onolnln. ly
i: . II1TCIICSCK.
ATT0BKEY AT LAW, HILO, HAWAII.
o;7 Dills Promptly Collrct-d. ly
K. IV. MAItUK..SI. !..
X'Jtx'ysBlolcsxa, and Surceon
l OFPICB WAILUKU, IAUI. ly
CA8TL.K A UA'IVH,
jy.ttovxxGyra nt ZLsATr.
W. IU CASTLK, Notary Puhlic, aienrt all the
Particular attention paid to the nsotlstloa oftxians,
ConTeyaucIng, Collecting, etc. TMoney to loan on
ortlce: No. IS Kaahumanu street, lunolutu, Hawaiian
Islands. 7M ly -
HONOLULU IRON VORKa CO.
aa STEAM BNtaJES. SVOAR MII.I.S
SsVasasS BoHer,Cuolars, Iron, Draa and Lead Castings
Machinery of Every lesorlptlon,
Mf Made to Order SS
Partienlar atuution paid te Bbifs laekimltblss;
TTJOU WORK .si-cutclon lli)ne.t nntkf. nlM ly
BISHOP ft CO.,
a isr :ec xaxi. m.
IIONOIstlbV, till 1IAW.HAM !St.AHDS
, . DRAW KXCIIANORON......
I HE UNI OF CsLIFOMII, ::::$! fflWCIJCO
AID TUEia AUIKTS I
rHEORIMTII IsNUCOWOMTIM,: : 10MM
Axn tniu ssiacmia
II a it; Kang,
And transact a O.nsral llanklng tlnji.M, 717 ly
. W. MACFAKI.AIK A CO..
IKrOKTUri AKD COMatlHNatH MSBCEAETI,
Ruklnsoa's Fire proof Usdlnt,
Queen Street, Hoaalalu, If, I.
T'i. Olaifow and Honolulu Lin. of itckele.
John Hay t C'e LUerpool ant Lonui Packets.
The Walkapn riautatln,
Th. Spencer flanUtion. Itllo,
It.kaUn risatalliin, llllo.
Mlrrlees. Tlt A Watson, Sugar M.h,ry,
Th Pool iaMheep Ranch Coiiif"r 7n
S, S, CASTLE. ,l, ATSSSTOS,
CAMTI.r, A tJOi'tR,
HIPPIE0 AND OOXHIBSlOir tXIOKAVTI,
Dealers In General Merchandise,
.,.. AOKNTS r(R
The Union Insurance Company of San rranelo. TbsNsw
ugiaaa xaiaet wte insarssc, uompaay, rio.n
TkeOrtaon Packet Line.
The Haiku Ussiloo.
Wslalna Pl.its.n. '
Ilr, Jayn. A Bon's C.leorated
Wheeler Wll.ou'. S.wlag
saacaiaes. tnwe, l)
Importers of General Mirutiisi
FRAN0E, ENGLAHD.OERMIX, AKD
No-aMrrtlJat Hlrett, Hoolm, H. I,
3 Ai ,WfW JP '
KB- Partl:ulr attrattaa aslf AHMlKSMaaiaa
Ialas4 ati.i '!!.' i Valfl
Han stnrl Sign Painter, Paper Hanger, ate.
71 ly Wo lltri.rt Hlrirl, llonoluliu S
Tti yn. t fnrt ft,, tif low Dr. Plansiiwald'. ly
Candy Manufactory nnd Baory
Practical Confectioner, Paltry Cook and rVer,
BIS 71 Hotel sltctt, tielnrrn Muitanu and fott. 3 ly
No M Port Hired, opposllr 13. 0. Halt A Hon.
Wsttohe, Clock, Jewelry and Mndo Bojtee
Or carefully repaired In n workmanlike manner. Ordrra
from the other Islands jprornjitly attended In TPH ly
X, 40 Fort Htrrel,
ntltaltsnd In all orders In the
LOCK, GUN GENERAL REPAIR LIRE.
Ite will cite special attention lo cleaning, repairing
and mtnletlna Htnlnir Maeulnr,, and all other kind nf
I,lht Machinery and MeUI Work of every description,
Also, on hand and for aale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Machines
Unaa. Flalola. (that. Amnantsltlaaj,
Maetvlae Oil, Heeales4 Ac, site., A.
Srwln machine Tuckers, Itltiilers, ami all other extra
and duplicate parts of machines supplied on short notice.
ST Deal MachiSe Twlst.ti
Sote A'jtnt in Ihit Ktngdnm Jot
The Florence Hewing Mnchlne, from 0 to 110.
hlte Sewlnic Machine, from S to ;.
Home MhuttleHewlna' Machlnu, flom (19 L) (If.
g liicliidlna nil elnia 801 ly
f IIAVK NKC'lIRKIs A
FIRST - CLASS HORSE - SH0ER I
and am preparesl to carry on this rlranch
ol my ntitlne-tM In a manner aatla.
factory to my Palrona,
OWNERS OFlFlNE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my Kins St. Shop
Will be faithfully attended to.
m3m G. WEST.
THE LIVERPOOL LONDON ft GLOBE
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Iteserre t 0,750,090
Income for 1879:
rremlnma rccelrcd nfti.r deduction of re In
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
1 3m BIMIIOP ate Co., Aajenta.
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, June 30(h $767,307.17
Additional Cash Capital (now heing called III) 350,000 00
Total Assets $1,117,307.17
TUB MmSMAN'S FUND INSUlt
ANCB COMPANY basis Its claims to tho best
Catrnnairn upon Its sound financial condition, reinforced
y Ita accession of capital. gMnK It orr a million
dollars In assets; its eitenslre system of Agencies, In
suring It a large premium Income, without tho neces
slt) of heaty concentration of lines; lis adherence to
tho best principles and practices of underwriting; by
open, fair and clrarl expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
For seventeen years tt hastern favorably known aa n
conservative underwriter, and during that time has
ts.OOO.OOO IN LOSSES,
Passlug triumphantly through the heaviest conflagra
tions known In modern history.
B1NIIOP Co , Acenta,
1 3m Honolulu, II. I.
BusteH Board sf lltitferwriterg.
A UKKTI far the Hawaiian lalanria,
Jfa. "1-ly O. URKWKRACO.
Nilatlelphia Beard of Underwriters
AOKHTfl Mr the Hawaiian Ialanila,
OA-ty (J. URKWKIt A CO.
F. A. NGIIAKFKH,
AUKBfT or Bremen Boarilnf Underwriters,
Agent of Dresden Board of Un terwrlters,
Agent of Vienna Uoard of tlnderwrltere.
Clalme against Insurance Companies within the nrlsdlctlon
of the abora Boards of Underwrltere, wilt hare to be cartl
fled to by the abof agent to make them valid. (7W ly
FIEK INBUEAHOE COMF1IY.
TUB TJNDEIlHiaNED hvla keen ap
pointed Agents of the love Company, are prepared
tn Insure rl.ksaialnet Are, on Sterne end Brleai Batlrl.
In, and on Mcrehandle alored therein, ol the moet
favorable terms. For particulars apply at the office of
782 ly r. A. SCIIAErER A CO
THK UNDBRSIONKD, AUK.tTS Ilr THB
alMvaConiianv, have lieen snlliorlscd toUsurerlsk J
on Garsa, Vrelajht and Trsaanre, from Honolulu
to all aria of the world, and vice versa.
79 ly It. IIACKntLD A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital : : t Six Million Rtlchimark.
RINKS) IirUVBRM !- BVII,IN4N. MR.
cbandlse and Kurnltnre, on liberal terms, bv
17 W ly II. nACKlTKI.O A CO., Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BCILBINUS. MKBUJHANBISB. rVBNI.
TtUlk. and Machinery laaurtd alnt fire on lb
most favorable, terms.
A. JAEQKR, Asrnt for lb flawalUa Island,
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
or sab rrtANciBoo.
CASTLE t COOKE, AGENTS
Bor the Hawaiian IdaneT.
FI1E INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital. Fir MHIlMt lkkMurk.
THB rBBBBHIUNKB HAVINV BRKSJ
appointed Agents for the atravs Company, ar
aasaMeeIMaaaeTalssst Blabs of rireen BaUlat-
tnsa, BtreSMsaMll aHl rnralmre
on terms equal tuthnse of other rtspectabl coiapanle.
Losses paid for and adjusted here.
for particulars, apply to
JM H. HACmftSUt A Co.. A genu.
rfsaiB abbht rm vhb bbitish v.
T .fm ta, lsssass Guaaraay, (UnHteJ. aw ret
eelved iMtracrkms te fJs the rata luaaraaaa,
keleaea Hoeolal a ad r)wi la IS rschv. sasl la aov .'
sarss U lasa tMdm Ike kweM rale. Vila Hiatal
JyrSS .-. AteaiaVK. tW. sjsr.ln.ls,, lasllaS
aatiT ii ifmmfr
THK t'NI'KBMICJNrn A Br. rMKrABKB
lo write upon Merchandise, per Srst class vessels
between this and the Coast for Is, fnvprlng loss nr
ilamaee, If amounting- In Id ptr cent, or tnnre, nn tho
sound value nflhn whole shipment at pott nf delivery,
npon favorable terms,
. . IIISIIOP A Co,
Agenta of I lie Firemen Fpnd Insurance Company,
llotinlolii. Jan m), ISwo, BID 3m
Rhenish Wostphsllnn Lloyd
nr m. JI..BHA'II, Bhenlak rrussla.
Aaohon and Loipzig Insurance Co.,
er AAtllf Rlf. (AIX'I.A.CII APELI.K.)
AM. t'l.,tlvn roH I'AltTHUI.AR ATKB
Alii: sut4ln.d by Ooods arriving here, and Insured
In me abnvo L'ompanlrs, have to be made with the rog
nlr Alice of and eertiripd ti, by tha iilideratgnedi In order to
be valid, (7M ly) J. O. tll.AliK, Agent.
X0RTH BRITISH AMD MKIOAHTILE
Or liONUON AND BDINBVRail.
Aeenmnlateel anrl fnsrcalael Pssnsf. S,S3R,11S
rsniiR imnKnaioNKn iiavr rrrn ap-
JL POINTKO AdKNTS for the Sandwich Islands, and ar
authorised lo Insure against Fire npon favorable terms,
Itliks taken In any part of thelilandson r)lnns and Wooden
Buildings and msrcbandls stored therein, Dwelling lloase,
and fiiralture, TlniLer, Coals, Ships In haibor wllh or with
nut cargoes, or under repair,
Sflt ly Kl). HorMCHT.ArOSIt A CO
Swiss Lloyd Marine Insurance Co.
THK UNDKHSlUrtKU era AVTIIOBIZKD
On Cargo, Freight and Trsasur
from Honolulu to all parts of the world,
CMsteie toy Mpeclal aerssilsslBi !
On the most favorable term.
J 8, WAI.KKR,
771 ly Jlgfnt forthe Hawaiian Islands.
Marine InsuranceJCompany of Berlin.
General InsuranceJCompany of Berlin.
TIIK ABOVK INMJRAlM'K COBPANIFH
have established a General Agency here, and the
nndcrslifiied, Ueneral Agents, are authoilzed to take
RUIta naralnat the Dangers or tne S at the
Bloat Beaennnble Kalea, nnd on the
Moist Favorable Tertna.
815 nm F. A. SCHAEFEK & CO . General Agenta.
WILDER & CO.,
Aarrnla for the Hnwallitn lalanrl.
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Or NEW TOBK.
Largest, Safest and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD!
Assets .(1880). ..$90,000,000
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None but Flrst-Clais Risk lakes,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
THIBTY-rOUBTH AXNVAL BEPORT.
ametb 'ah) - ..sss.oou oee
auxuai. ixco.uk s.ouo.woe
SJAMK hUBPtUM....... . 7,ea,a
H. HAOKFELD & OO.
C. O. BERO-ER, Special Agent
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The only Vantmn)r that laanea
Tontine Investment Polioies,
tiring practically an Endowment l'ollc) at Iho usaal
Life Hale. Til lj
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASS
7h Oldett Purely Mutual Life Inturanc Co. in
the United Statet.
Veltelss ttrnad ss tks ssott fsTersU Tsrats.
Eammnla orsion.iyorfellnro Plan,
INBURBD AOH. U TBAlls-OBDINARY LIIE PLAN
1 Annual premium cotitlanes Tullcr 2 years Sdaj
2 Annual premium continues Policy 4 years 12 day
S Animal premium continues Pulley S years 27 daya
4 Annual premium continues Pi Key S yea rail day
t Annual premium conllnas Pellcy 10 yaarsM day
ta. i i 918,000,0001
PalU thmnsh Hanoi nln Asenejr,
CASTLI ft COOKI, ,JKNTS
110 rilR TUB HAWAIIAN IHI.ANIIS. Iv
THOS. G. THRUM'S
tOHT STRUT STORK,
A FINE ABI01TMIIT
Offios or Waste Baskets
Mosquito Net Hoops,
Net Hummocks, Boxing Gloves
Bead Hanging Baskets & Wall Pocket.
Togsthsr with s full usortmsBl of
Fine Stationery, Seeks
Artists' Colore water sml oil, dec.
SELECTION OF NEW GOODS
CONSISTING IN PART OP
Frames, Fancy Gltuswaro,
Panel and Statuary Pictures,
Oak Wagon and Wheelbarrows,
With h ruriety of Novelties.
A ita A aortai t of th
CsUteats Bsfd Pismss !
Watch HI as nghiil aMaaxiaaMTravi.
J: anananal sfsHM4Tg4lM rvsVaW wJtVmm.
DILLINGHAM 4 CO.
7 Port Utt,
HAVE JUST EE0E1VEB
A FINK A880IITMKNT OF
Geo. Wostentiolm's Celebrated Cutlery
P00K KT KNIVKS,
All NIbm anal Sharra.
Cast Stwl Fimtr Chtstlt,
Steel MwMurinf Taves,
Ketallio Mesamriaff T"i
FENCE WlliE 8TETCHEH&
for acHinsjr np Wire rancea-
HARNESS, BRIDLE, TRACE
-v - f.
POLICE HAND CUPP8!
Tinned and Ironed Table Spoons,
Salter's Light Bslsnccs, ,
Painter's Ursiuing Combs,
Limorick Fish Hooks,
All direct from th Manufacturer in England.
AMERICAN COFFEE MILLS.
Hygienic Water Filters Jc Coolers,
IVo lea :
WATER FILTERS & COOLERS
(With caannnrtmasit far lee.)
Have Constantly on hand
Agrioultiiral Implement, '
House Piiriiitniag Ooods,
Silver Plated Ware
Lamps and Chandeliers,
Counter and Platform Scales,
Carbolized Rubber Hose, 3 end 4 ply.
CELEBRATED M0LIIU3 FLOWS
Parle Steel PloweV
With Inn and Wood Handle.
The Bain Wagon,
Coriland Wagon Manufacturing Co.,
Qalvnniicd and Painted Barbed Fence Wira'
Avorill's"'Chemicul Paint, ---
Cslifornis Wire Works,
Hsllidie's Wire Bope,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Amcrican'Lub'ticators, " -
Albany Cylinder Oil.
Kerosene OU a Specialty.
DILLINGHAM A OO.
8W ST rt aWfejas, BJesslsHal.
yucca wnir, tmam
lla bain vlcuirleoaover all otker drvlcasfof covariee
"'t !rJ,.h t"1'11 " .b"l5 Woaial late taaiR
tloD.both la Karopeaa Aarista. for lb pal Iwelva
Kql44Ht evervwker a being Ik Wet Kea-eea-durtor.
the most Rallabla. th most Bcuaonlcal.
sir" ..'V " " a io greaiiy injsra tsM, ' " '
Is tbs beat buown uuii-foodartor of heal, tuicii, it
sarrooaaM or is "aw aaacs "sad lla con
well kaowa boiler cwftaci rrtiniiattls
O. o'. roWLKa tsteffnawBW s4n "tail
T sswnaanBBaw'ew w aswawajge wrvnanyaaa
see mmwmwHtmwtm wwt'tG0Wta zzti
n"AjrNpac I a mtthaalcal devk. Th o
mtiaod of cotfrlng bollerr. itram n otbfr o aaZ
wit to amcar scottls, of plaster over la boilers aV
pipes. ansdlrKtlr la'coalacl with th br wffes;
pansloaaBdriialraetloaoftkBurar whkh M Is
smeared, wlllrause I to looata 14 cracs. aathat It
proved Ibat the lime aa4 otfett tomptmii Cm far IhS
'"? .?"i.Pplll direct to ft) beller wfss.