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A mist of Tlolrl wlillo nnil lilnc,
A (Hbr" of fern-lemon, wnslieel with clow,
And dried ly April's lircrzn I
A licit of lilno-lKlls nil n-rew,
And on tlin louder (jrniw n snow
Of wooel niictnoiK.H.
Tlio vrlnd-swRjcd lirnnehon rho nnd fnll
lliollttlo wood U inimical
With rlnloct tononnnd elenr,
Tim hum of Iswi. tlio noriK of liird,
And In tlio cnrol's ihiuiui la licnrel
The ntrcnmlot running nciir.
BencAlh'llin prcndln wooellnml trees,
Among tlio wlillo nnemonen,
Two children nro nt piny :
Tlio blossoms ojx-tiliiu oim ly ono
Their ntnr-like inct s to tlin dim
Aro not mora pure than they.
Thoy IaurIi nwny tlio merry hotine.
They erown tlioinselvriswllliwooilirinil flowers,
'J hoy mimic Mrd nnd tieo j
Till ono, tlio Rrnvor of tlio twnln,
Holds np, to toll of eoinliiK rnln,
A tloseid nnoinoiio.
All, nlslor mlno I thronch nil tlin jrn.ru,
Tliroituji mints of Riled nnd unshed tiinrfl
Mlno eyes can yet behold
A picture of tlint nnnlll wcxxl,
'J ho miow-wlillo cnrH't where wo stood
And wnlched tlio llowcrs unfold.
Ah, sister dear! 'tis meet for theo
To wenr tho woexl niieniono
Upon thy Ronlln breast!
Thou hast not left lifo's quiet wnya
To follow nfter Klti nnd prniso
With spirit of unrest.
I had no mind for woodland bowers,
I scorned tho simple woodland flowers
Wo pnllcd together then :
lint waves of tender memory roll
Full often over my sick soul
In hnsy hnmiln of men.
And my trnn natnre. flndlnovolco,
Ilemlndfl mo of thy bettor choice,
'lliy calm contenleil pnrl :
My roso of lifu hath thorns thy flower
Ih fresh nnd pure as in the hour
It blossomed from thine heart.
Ah, my swcot sister, words nro vain,
Yet could I stand with theo nijnlti
lloiienth youth's buddiiiR trees,
I think my honrt would freely chooso
From out nil blossoms of nil linos,
Iiifo's wood anemones. All The l'eiir Jtouml.
A mti:iui;v vsv.ku.vn.
CriticH havo boon busy of Into detecting
prototypes. A tompornlo and thoughtful
ivrilor hns rccontly alluded to tho probablo
identity of tlio onlturcd visionnry Mordccni
in 'Daniel Dcrondn ' with tho Gcrninn
Kohn, or Cohen, prosidont of a philosophi
cal clnb in Red Lion Square, nt ono time
attended by Mr. O. II. Lowes, nnd fully
described in tho finmo novel ; and a brilliant
essayist moro rccontly discovers Uonjamin
Disraeli not merely in Vivian Grey himself,
but in tho pondorous nnd obtuso Lord
I3oncon fill old of tho cx-Promicr's onrly book.
Tho rosoaiblnnco between Mr. Disrneli nnd
Vivian Groy has boon ofton urged, nnd
probably with no mnch truth nnd in tho
Rnnio sonso as 1'olhnm mny bo said to havo
boon Iluhvor, Pondonnis Thnekoray, nnd
David Coppcrflcld Chailes Dickons, inas
much as rtn imnginntivo writor is keenly
Bonsiblo of his own responsibility, nnd nat
urally endowssomo favorito chnrnctar with
moro or loss 6C it especially when fiction
takes an nuto-biogrnphicnl form.
Tho conjunction of tho two namos,
Disrneli nnd Dcronda, bolonging to tho
same nationality, reminds mo that none of
those ingenious critics seem to havo looked
for tho gijrnof Loonora, Princess of Halm
Eborstein, born Chnrisi, in ho mother of
'Tho Calamities of Authors. ' Yet tho
points of similnrity between the real Jo w ess
ns described by her grand-son nnd tho ideal
Jowors ns painted by Georgo Eliot aro re
markablo onongh to fill an incdited page
of Tho Ouriositios of Litornture. '
Tho charms, tho strong will, tho fascina
tion, the excitable, tomporamont of gonius
tyrannizing over and indeed usurping tho
plnco of natural affection aro ns clearly in
dicated in the sketch of Mrs. Disraeli as
thoy aro in tho study of Leonora Oharisi.
Even tho first stop which Leonora takes
townrds nltcring tho destiny of her son had
it piocodent in the annals of Disraeli's
family. Whou Doronda, indignnnt nt the
disguise which hns beon thrown around
him, oxclnirasr " Thon it is not my real
unmtv! " tho Princess replies indifibreutly :
" Oh, ns real ns another. Tho Jews havo nlwavs
boon chaustnK their mines. My father's family
had kont tho namo tit Chnrisi ; my husband was n
Whim I came out as a suicor wo made it
AlchnrUi. liut thorohad boon a urnnouof tue
family who oalled thenisulvoa Durouda, nud whon
l waniou anainoior you i luuuyuv m uv
In Tho Lifo and Writings of iBaao Dis
rnoli, by his son, wo road :
"My orandfathor, who becamo an English
denizen in 1748, was nil Italian descendant from
ono of those Hobrow families whom tlio Iwmisi
tion forced tooinigratofrom tho Spnnlsh peniuHula
nt tho end of tho fifteenth century. Uls-nncostors
had dropped their Gothio Buruunio on their settle
ment in tho Torrn Firma, nnd grateful to tho God
of Jacob who had sustnlncHl lliem uirouRU uupro
coUontod trials and nuarded them through unheard-of
perils, they assumed tho namo of disiueli,
a nniuo never borno lieforo or sinoe by any other
family. Uuordor that their Taco luiBht bo lor ever
Tho revolt of Loonorn, Trincoss Ilnlm
Eborstein'B proud, passionato nntuiongaiust
tho restrictions nnd humiliations of her raco
may bo illustrated by n foy sontonces tak
en from hor confession to Doronda, not,
howovor, strictly observing tho order iu
which thoy nro utterod :
" I was to be what is called ' the Jowish
woman. " sho erclaims : " I wns to feel
ovorything.I did not feel, andbolievo every
thing I did not believe. I wns to lovo tho
long prayers in tho synngoguo, and tho
howling nnd tho gabbling, nud tho dread
ful fasts, and the, tiresome fensts, nnd my
fatlier's'ondloss discoursing about Our Peo
ple, which wns n thunder without moaning
in tnyears. Iwnstocaro for over nbout
what IsrMl'had'beon, nnd I did not caro nt
all. I cared for" the wide woria nnd nij
that 1 could represent, iu it. I wanted to
livo n Inrgo lifo, with freedom to do what
every ono elso did."
Might not such a siicech ns that havo
como from Mrs. Disraeli, Uiub doboribed by
hor grnudson ?
" My grandmother, tho boautiful daugh
tor of a family who had sulTuiod much
from persecution, had imbibod that ilieliko
for her rnco which tho vniu nro too apt to
ndoptiwhon thoy liud that they nro born to
public contompt. Tho indignnnt feeling
that should bo lOborvcd lr tho persecutor
iji tho porlification of their disturbed son
eibility, is too often visited on tho victim.
Aud the caubo of nunoyauco is recognized,
not in tho ignorant malevolence of tho
powerful, but iu tho conscientious convic
tion of tho innocent Butrorer. "
And not only iu this oomprohonsivo r.o
iseutment ngaiust tho humiliations and re
etriotious of their religion and their race,
bat iu the peculiar warping aud distortion
given by this embittered (ccling to thoir
personal character and their domostio rela
tions, do the ideal aud tho real Jewess re
semble each other. The very diblike to her
sou which fa the fictitious character we are
apt hastily to pronounce " uuuatural " ex
isted in tho roal one, nnd sprang from Jtho
stnio cntif-o. Tho mother of Isaac Disraeli
novcr pardoned her husband for his nntne.
" So mortified by hor social position wns
slip, " says her grandson, " that sho lived
tuilil eighty without indulging n tendor ex
pression ; nnd did not rccogni?o in her only
ofispring a being qualified to control or
vanquish his impending fnte. is exist'
enca only served to swell tho ayrrcgatu of
many hwmluihiiy particulars. Ft wai not
to her a source of joy, or symfmthy, or
Kolacc. Sho forsaw for her child only n
futuro of degradation. "
" I nm not n loving woman, " cries
Ooorgo Kliot's Princess to her sou. " It is
n talent to lovo I lacked it. Others havo
loved mo, nud I havo nctcd thoir lovo.
Every womnn is supposed to havo tho snmo
set of motives or else to bo n monster. I
nm not n monster, but I lmvo not felt ex
actly what other women feel or say thoy
feel for fear of being thought unlike others.
r did not icish you to lie born. I parted
with you willingly. Whou you ropronch
mo in your heart for sending you nwny
from mo, you moan Hint I ought to sny
I felt nbout you as other women say thoy
fool nbout thoir children. I did not fool
thnt. I wns glnd to ho freed from you.
Tho bondngo I hated for myself I wanted
to keep you from. What hotter could the
most loving mother have dono ? I rolioved
yon from tho bondngo of having been born
n Jew. "
Loonora Chnrisi, in Georgo Eliot's novol,
banishes her child finally and for over as
sho iutonds nnd believes in order to frco
him from tho trammels of rnco and religion.
Isnnc Disraeli's parents sent tho futuro
hcholnr nnd nuthor to Amsterdam for sonip
yoars to rouso him from tho dreamy ab
straction during which ho had prod need a
poem, nnd thorcby filled both fnther nnd
mothor with terror ns to his prospects in
AVhon Into nnd tho droad of approaching
death provo too powerful even for tho
Princess's strong self-will, nud sho nt Inst
summons hor son to her presenco in Genoa
in order to rovoil thoir relationship, ho
hurries to tho intorviow in n mood of high
wrought emotion ; lovo, wonder, pcrploxity,
enthusiasm all aflamo with him. Tho two
interviews between mother and son nro, on
both sides, nt tho samo abnormnl pressuro
throughout though somo of Leonora's
tnnnts nro notnnliko "tho tart romnrk and
tho contomptnous commont " with which,
says Mr. Disrnoli, his grandmother used
freqontly to "elicit all tho irritability of
tho pootic idiosyncrasy. " Tho Princess
Leonora, howovor cold in hor nll'ections, is
piBsionato enough iu hor disclosures nnd
her unavailing wrath against dostiny.
"Tho tender yoarning aftor a being
whoso lifo might havo been tho worse for
not having his caro and lovo, tho imago of
a mother who had not had all her dues
whether of roverenco or compassion, had
long been secretly prosont with him in his,
observation of nil the women ho had oomo
nonr. When Doronda presented himself nt
the door of his mother s npnrtmoot m tuo
Italia ho folt some rovival of his boyhood,
with its prcmatoro ngitationF. Ho hnd
livod through so many idoal meetings with
his mother, nnd thoy had scorned more roal
than this ! ""
Tho Princess gives her hand to hor son,
looking at him " cxaminingly. "- " Thon
sho kissed him on each cheek, nnd he re
turned hor kisses. But it wits something
liko a grcoting between roynltios. "
When tho period of Isanc Disraeli's edu
cational oxilo was nt nn ond he prepared to
rejoin his mother with feelings of sensitivo
tenderness, and wns received by her with
chilling scrutiny, tho very forshadowing of
Goorgo Eliot's creations. But into tho'
real interview that ludicrous element en
tered which so ofton blends with our strong
est omotiotiB. Instead of being shaken in
hor impassive dignity by iuvoluntnry nd
mirntion, nud ejaculating, liko tho Princess
Leonora of Halm-Ebcrstoin, " You aro n
beautiful croaturo ! " tho first Mrs. Bou.
jarain Disraeli was revolted by her son's
nppoarnuco. Nor hnd tho montal discipline
imposed npon him cured his objectionablo
bont to poetry nnd sentiment. Jbaao Dis
rnoli, says his illustrious son, roturucd to
England n ilificirilo ot Konsseau.
" Ho hnd oxorciscd Ins imagination dur
ing tho voyago in idealizing tho intorviow
with his mothor, which wns to bo conductod
on both sidos with sublime pathos. Ho
was prepared to throw himself on his
mother's bosom, to bodow hor hands with
his tears, nud to stop hor own with his lips;
but, whon ho ontorcd, his strnngo nppoir
nnco, his gaunt figure, his excited maimer,
his longhair, nnd his unfnBhionablocostumo
only filled hor with a boutiment of tender
(?) aversion ; she broke into derisive laugh
tor, and noticing his intolerable, garments,
sho rcelutautly lout him hor chock. "
With thobo worda Mrs. Beujutniu Disraoli
disappears from her grandson's pigcs.
But wo havo scon onough of hor to ho
juhtilied in, concluding either that his vigor
oub outline, enlarged and filled up, hhadod
here and heightened in color thore, to tho
Ubos of tho storv by thu tranbceudont genius
of Goorgo Eliot, supplied tho original of
Leonora Charisi, Princess Ualin-Eborstoiitj
or that such striking coinoidouces of fooliug
aud situation Biipposo in tho novelist
marvellous intuition of tho possibilities of
" Powerful, but adolt." Soo 'Vivian Groy.
Importers of General Merchandise
FltAN0E,b:NOLAND, GERMANY, AND
No. SI Mcrchmt hired, Ilonoluln, II. I,
S16aud21S California blreet,
HAW r MAW tlMlltt,
nr I'srtlcular attention paid to filling aud shipping
IsUnd orders. W T
Xllt:. II. UAYIKN,
fl.iTi Jiiios, (laisa c Co. I
JMPOMM AMD COimilllOM MIKCXAIX
xd aosxt roa
Lloyd', and the Liverpool Uudtrarlt.rs,
HrliUh amtrof.la Maris lu.urauts Company, ui
NorlbtmAsluraucsCouipauy. oJfcO Ijr
M. W. SEVERANCE,
Hnwnilnn Cnnsnl Sc Commission Morohrmt
7 .110 California SI , Qui., Ilnom No. I. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney nnd Connsnllor nt Iinw,
Jtcnliimt Hi., Honolulu, II. I.
Attornoy nnit Counsellor nt Law,
nt Port .'Hrcrt, Honolulu.
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
ll Kort .St., Honolulu,
Fnslilnnnliln Milliner! nnd FDrm Mnkor.
1 Ntm llooil nnil Hljle receUeil rM?ry innnlli. ly
DR. N. B. EMERSON,
xMrvxaxvir and riun.cnaow
OniceatDr. Hoffmann' limit Store, 21 Merchant HI,
HcMilonce, corner Kukul anil Kort street (tlieolil Krngcr
prenilnen) Ofllcn lionrn 'I to II A. m, !l to I r. w. n Cm
Importer nnd Denier in Stove, Rnnqes,
Xletnl, Hnne KnriiUIiliu; (lood, CrocUeiy. (Iln( anil
China Ware, I'ractlcal Mechanic, Honolulu, II. I.
1 1 y
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
(1 Jfo. 1.1 l.lllhn N I reel. ly
a. w7richardson & CO.,
Hoot. Shoe, FurnllilnK (looil. Hat. Cap, Trunk,
Vnlle, IVrfiiniery anil Soap, Waltliam Watclic,
Fine .IcHclrv, etc., rorncr of l'ort anil Merclnnt Ht.,
Honolulu, It. I. 1 ly
lUJnmt 101 Fort Street,
rictiire of all le and klnil rnade to order, anil
Frame of all description constantly on liaml. AIo,
Shell. Coral, and ('nrlollle of tlic 1'aclHc. 2 ly
I.. W. HOPP,
Cnhinet Mnkor, Upholsterer, Denier in
No. 8S Kins Street, between Nuiiinit nnd l'ort Street.
Mattreseea contaniIy on hand or made to order.
THOS. O. THRUM,
Importing nnd Manufacturing Stationer.
Now Agent. Book Binder, Akc,
Merchant Street, and Denier In
Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, To nnd Fancy Ooods,
1 l'ort Street, mar Hotel, Ilonoluln. ly
TV. X. WENKEII. JOHN flWENEIt..
WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow' Hall,
Mnnnfnoturing Jewelers, Diamond Setters,
Kngruer, nnd Dealers In Jewelry of nil kinds. Shell
nnd Kukul Jewelry miidc to order. Orders also re
ceived nnd faithfully iltf mleil to for nil kinds of Hair
AVork in Jewelry or Memorial Designs. 1 ly
D. W. CLARK,
Watch Mahor nnd Jowolor,
Waltiam and all other American Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry.
Wntch Itepalrlnj; mndo a siieclnlty.
1 ly No. 17 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. 2(1 Merchant St., next to Thos a. Thrum.
llooti nml Nlioei JMniln to Onler, of Ilet Jls-
terliil.miil nt lleiitionlilc I'rlcei.
Boots and Shoos mndo for Cash only
M. S. GRINBATJM & CO.,
Importers nnd 'Wholesale Denlem in Gene
2 Mnkco's Black, Queen Street. ly
M. S. GRINBATJM & CO
Forwarding nnd Commission Merchants,
B14 California St., San FrancISco.
Special fncllltlc". for nnd pnrtlcshr attention paid to
a consignments of Island produce. ly
T. J. MOBSMAN,
Importer nnd Dealer in Crockery,
Plain nnd Decorated J'orcclaln, Cut and Pressed fllass,
Sllcr Tinted Ware, Cutlery, Chnndcllcrs, Lamps,
Flro Proof Store, cor. Kins and Nuunnu Sts., Honolulu.
E, COOK WEBBM. D.,
(Lnte Chief of Stnff Hnmennathlc Hospital, Ward's
Island, N. Y.)
ODlco CO Fort Street. Special attention to diseases of
omen nnd children.
Onico hours Until 10 A. M. 3 to I r. M. 3 ly
a.SBOKLKEN. (1. KNUUNa.
G. SE3EI.KEN & CO.,
No. p Nnunnn Street,
Tinsmiths and Plnmhers. Dealers in Stoves,
Itance. Tin, Sheet Iron nnd Cornier Ware, keep con
stantly on hand n full assortment of Tlnwnre, flulvnti
ized Iron and Lend Pipe, India Itnbbcr Hose, Ac., Ac.
A. I.. SMITH,
41 rOUTSTltKKT, IMIMnTKll ANDIlEALKBINl
Mrldcn (liindruple Plated Ware, (llassnare. Kind's
Combination Spe'etncles and Ke tllassfp, Drackets,
Vases, Lnstral Wire Ware, Fancy Soai s, Picture
Frames, Wostcnholm's Pockit Knttes, HcWsnrr, Pis
tols, Powdir, Shot nnd Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machlno OH. all kinds of Mnchlno Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashions, Solo Agent for the unl
Light Running Domestic Sowing Machine.
II. E. WIITNEV. J. W. ROnEIITSON
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(burecxsors to II. M. Whitney)
Stationers, Publishers, New Dealer and
1 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.-I. 1)
THE HONOLULU BOOK-BINDERY
DOES BINDING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
The work executed nt this establishment liiinilcr the
unpen Islon ot-Mlt. .IOIIN L. KEl'.S.nhu is well known
ns mi experienced workman, anil cannot be mriaudl.
WUHK HUNK AT T1IK I.OM-NI' UATtM.
Stationers, Pulillshcrs, Nes Dea'cia nnd Book Binders
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE A BROTHER, Proprietors,
I'llnl. Medium nud Nnrr llrend nlwarn on hnnd and
Hindu to order. Also, Water, Soda nud Butter Crack-,
ers, Jenny i.nui uukes, xr.
bhlp Bread ro-lmked n the shortest notice. Family
Broad, made of the Best Klnur, baked dilly and always
II. Ilrown Hrrtwl nt tue
viiatkk or ur ki..aui:a,
W. II. IilCNTZ, MANAGER.
I'lenty to eat. a routlni; Are, clean lieds, uud the licst
attendance on the Hauauau Islunds
Vltlturs reiiuirtnu any unusual display of nlrnnlc
action lll kindly pTvoilauayer at leasi tin day notice
In tlnu ueather, and from i leveu to thirteen Iu foul.
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
j?sjrS CHrriago Builders, Trim-1
iU wir f?meri Painters, Varnlsburs
All kinds of ltepnlrlni; attended to, and geod work
Kliar.iuteiil at l.o naies. n ly
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(untij; Ac doour.,
SHIPFINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Doalors in Corutral Merohandlao,
No. SO Klug Stret, Honolulu, llawsllaii IiUnds.
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i,DgMnl Mutual l.lls unursnes uouipaoy, uoaion.
llinrsi-ou Parkvl Liue.
The Haiku PUutsllon,
Dr. Jsyuo sou's altiratiHl
IVheslsr A )Yil.on's 8wlng
Hacliln... tol 1VI
BI'SHOF & CO.,
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II. IIACKI'lllil :.,
OENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
qnssn Slrest. Honnlnln. 11. 1. fTOI-ly I
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Family Grocery ami Feed Slore,
78? lyl f.0PnrtStlfct.ltornlii1ii.
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Ship Chandlon and Commtmon Merchants.
mportrrsniiillieAlprsIn npnrral Mrcrmtnllt,e)uetnatr'M
Ilonoluln. Ilawallnn Islsmli. "10 ly
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Trainee, nnlininili, it.
.I4II II. I'ATV,
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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
Mi Qncnn Street, Ilonoluln. II. 1. ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
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.1. Bl. WIIITNIIY, in. ., I. I. M.
Dental Roomi on Fort Street,
Offlco In llrcer'e, lllocl., corner Hotel nnd Kort streets.
Hit ly Kntrnnce. Hotel Street
olaus HrnrcKKU. w, ci. tuvriN.
W.tl. i . 1HWIN Ac '.,
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Honolulu. II. 1. 807
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DEALERS IN DRY OOODS AND GENERAL
Flro-proorstore. Fori HI..boTe Oilil Fellows Hall 8lfl-ly
it. i. r. ciktik, r. c. Join, Un.
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Cornor of King nnd l'ort streets,
IIONOI.UI.lI. 783 ly
vn.ii:it At. ;., ,
Corner of l'ort nnd Queen Streets Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building
(800-1 y Materials of ovary kind.
A. W? FEIRCE & CO,,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Brand's Guns nnd Bomb Lances,
Porry Dnvls' 1'nln Killer,
785-1 No. 40 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And Agent fur UklhK Acknowlcdsinenlsof Instrumenlsfor
the Island of Onhu.
0787 No. 8 Kanhumnnn Street. Honolulu. If. I. ly
lIl.l.irIIABf Ac CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery, Dry Ooods, Pnlnts nnd Oils, and Qencrsl Mer
chandise, Nn. 95, KlnR Street, Honolulu. 78 ly
iii:.-j. II. AIIMTIN,
oorMsiniiion at t,aw
803 ' No. Id Kanhnmaiiu street.
C. N. BAUTOW. AHctluncpr.
Salesroom on Qun Street, ono door fromkKnahumanu
0i Street. ly
v. a. H;iiAi:ri:it Ac co..
Importers A. Commission Merchants
o8ll Honolulu, HswsllNn Islands ly
o. m. 4;ijni.iiiiiN, m. n..
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PH78ICIAN.
OMce Corner I or t ami lltretsiilaSts, Honolulu. 829
IIOLLIN'rVII Ac JO.,
Importers of Tobacco and Cigars,
Jlnnnfacturers of Soda Water,
Agents for V. Lorlllnrd A Co's Tin Tnr;; W. H. Kimball
&. Co's Vnnlty Fnlri nnd Goodwin A Co's Old
Judge, Tobaccos nud Cigarettes.
816 No 85 Xiiiihiiu Street. Honolulu, ly
CAHTLU At HATCH,
Attorneys vt Xjet-w.
W. 11. CASTI.i:, NotnVy I'ubllc, attend all tlio
Courts of the Klngdum.
particular atteutfon paid to tlio negotiation of Loans,
Coiiveyuiiciug, Collectlig, etc, W llunc to loan on
Olllca: No. 15 Kaahumanu street. Honolulu. Ilanallan
Islands. 784 ly
(A. XV. 14!I'AUI.AA1! . CO..
IMPOltTEBS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HobliiBUu's fire proof UulMIng,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II, I,
Tin aUsitow and Honolulu I.lno of Pacliets.
John Hsy A Co's l.lTorjH! ami London Packets.
Tho Wslkspil Plantatlun,
Tho SpencorPluiiUtloii. IIUo,
llsksUu Plsutatlun, IIUo.
Mlrrlets, Tslt A WnLoii.tfusir, Machinery.
Tho Piinloa Slmep Itauch Uooi"nr. 7M
I'll OKI AH liA;K.
No. 40 l'ort Ntreet,
lll attend to all orders In tho
LOCK, GUN GENERAL REPAIR LINE.
lla wlllKla s-cUI attuntluii to eleanluK, repalrliif
and rvKUlatlng' fiewliu; Maohlne., uud nil other kinds of
l.lKht Machinery ami Metal Worlt of every description.
Also, on baud and fur sale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Machines
4JUIIS, 1'lstuls, Nliol, Aiiiiiiiiulliou,
StXachiae Oil, Mecdles, 4u., Ac., Ac.
rewlng Machine Tuckers, Hinders, itml all other extra
and duplicate parts of machines supplied on short notice.
Mi Ileal Machine Tvl5t.-5U
Z'teAgtiit in Mil KtngJom Jot
The VIorencnKewliiBMaihlue, fr 1.111 IOIo0.
Whltu riuwliur Machine, frnm (It to 7S.
lloiiiuMiultlorwiug Muchluo.fioiii (IS to (35.
SMS- Incl'idlnn all extras KH ly
I IIAVK NM'HKKIi A
FIRST - GLASS HOESE 8H0EE I
Asad am nrrtMrrU ti crry ass litis Kraut
I say Business Iu a auasmsr sails-
Asctary tsi nay Palraas.
OWNERS OFINE STOCK
Will do will to give . Call.
Horses ssnt to my Kins It. Sttsp
Will btatltifuUy aitUfffo.
.. G. WEfcT.
WM Ul2aKaW sJlT .
V m nJraKflVWil'
If 'IfllrjM I
JANUARY 1, lSsKsocioUMBER 18.
ED. C. ROWE,
Honse and Sinn Fainter, Paper Manner, &e.
7W ly No III Port Street. Honolulu. a
78 No. 8.r) Fort Ht.,lielnwr Dr. BlniiRenwnld's. ly
;. v.. ;oi,i:.fiAn.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
Home .Shoeing, CarrlnKn llnrk,
I'lniitnlloii Maelilnerr, Ac. '
Wrj Shop on King Street, net t'nslle .t Oooko's. ly
No. Kl l'ort Street, opposite K. O. Ilnll i, Son.
Watches, Clock, Jewelry and Mnslc Boxes
Or carefully repaired In n wnrkmnnllkn manlier. Orders
from the other Islands promptly attended to. 7E8 ly
Candy Manufactory and Bakory
Pruetieal Confectioner, Pastry Cook And Baker,
818 71 Hotel street, between Nuunhii nnd Fort, g ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
jfPff. KTF3AM ICNOINKN, S till AH Hlll.f.M
Zm&iJS. Hellers, Coolsrs, Iron, llrnss nnd t.ond CsstliiKS
Machinery of Every Description,
AT Made to Order. "SB.
Purticnlsr attontion paid to Ship's BlacVtmlthlng
gT-JOII rortK fcntednn the shortest notice. o8l ly
HAVNO SEOUllKID TIIK 8T5TI
lets of tho ellVnnnn IJI'HOI.STKItKU nnd
IHtAI'KIt, Mil. .7. MAlllNllUltK. the only Itrst-elsss
Upholsterer In the Kingdom (Into of Snn irnnclsco), I
nm prepared lo do all kinds of
In tho Latest and Best Style.
Cnlt nnd See our
nofa nr.n, c.
N. D. Mr. M. has selected a line lot of Upholstering
Ooods, l'nrlor Sets nnd Lounges, Chairs, (c., of the
latest styles, which have Just nulled from !ai Fran
cisco. I hno also lust received a ne lot of
The Latest Styles of Furnituro !
1'IANO A Wis TAHI.F. COERH,
rivrviir. coitn, naiin.jktc.
All of which will bo for sale cheap. It will pay yon to
rnll it ". H Fort Street and cxa line tho Ooods bo
2 C. V. WIIJ.IAAIS.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
jeeservc s u,
Income for 18711
Premiums received after deduction of re In
surance $ 5,382,295
Losses prompt!) adjusted nnd paid here.
13m HIWHOr A 'o.. Age Ills.
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, Jnno 30th 87(17,307.17
Additional Cash Capital (now being called in) 350,0(J0 00
Total Assets $1,117,307.17
THE PIIIKMAN'S FUND INSUlt
ANOK COMPANY basis Its claims to the best
patrnnacc upon its sound financial condition, reinforced
by Its accession of capital, clvlng It oer a million
dollars In assets; its extensive system of Agencies, in
snrlnc It a large prcmlnm Income, without tho neces
sity of hcaiy concentration of lines; Its adherence to
thu best principles and practices of underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of Icculmate
For seventeen years It has been tn orably known nn n
conserntive underwriter, and during that time lias
1,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Passing triumphantly through the'Ticnvlcstconnajra
tlons known iu modem history.
IllHHOl .V Co., Agents,
1 3m Ilonoluln, II. I.
Boston Board of Underwriters.
A GENTS for the Hawaiian Islands,
J 80 My O. IIHKWIiKACO.
Philadelphia Board or Underwriters.
AGENTS fur tl.e Hawaiian Islands,
80-My O. llHKlVKRACO.
V. A. NOIIAIIPKR,
AORNT ofllrcinoii Hoard of Underwriters,
Agent of Dresden Hoard of Underwriters,
Agent of Vienna Hoard of Underwriters.
Claims against In. uratico Companies within tiie Jurisdiction
of the nhovs llonrds of Underwriters, will have to be carti
fled to by tho above agent to make them valid. 700 ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
HE VNDKIlNIONISn havlnsj been ap
pointed Agents of tlio shove Company, are prepared
In Insuro risks asain.l flro, nn Stone and llrlctt Ilnlld
Infrs. and on Merchandise stored therein, 01 tho most
f ivorable terms. For particulars apply at the office of
78i ly V. A. SCIIAKFKK A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
USJILMNUN. MKKtIIIANniNR, VURNI.
TlllllOniul Machinery Insured against Fire 011 the
moat favornhle terms.
A. JAEGER, Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
rwWIK I'NI'KHNIUNKIs AltC rHEI'ARr.11
M. to write, upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this and the Const 1'orts, coming loss or
d image. If amounting to IU percent, or more, nn the
sound value of the whole shipment at port of dollvery,
upon favorable terms.
IllrillOP & Co.
Agents of tho Firemen's I'nnd Insurance Company.
Honolulu, Jniu JO. ItiSi). rCl 3ui
TIIK AOKNT Fin TIIK BiUTIftll For
elftn Marina In.iiiaoca Ciaipany, (lilenileds. lias is
celveil In.truclioes to reduce Ills rats of lnsursnca
Iwlwosn Honolulu and I'otts In the PaclAc, and Is now pro
luiroil to U.uo Pollclvs at the lowvst rate.) with a special
reduction ou rrslght peraleauicrs.
TIIKO. II. DAVIKR, "
ly 810 AganHlrlt. '"r. Har. Ins, Co.. I.lniite.l
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Copilal : : : Six Millions Retchsmark,
iINKH INNIIRKII UN HUII.IHN.JH. MKK.
chaudlso auel Furniture, 011 liberal terms, ur
II. IIAVKrKf.D CO.. Agents.
Rhonlsh Wetphallan Lioyd
or UI.AUHAtll. Ilheulak 1-rnssla.
Aachen and Leipzig; Insurance Co,,
tr aachk.x. (Aix.i.A.:iiAri:i.a,i:.)
AS. I. UI.AIMN rost 1'AltTHJtll.AH AVKK
A UK su.lnluul by floods arriving here, and Irmirtd
In tuo ahnve Cnuipanlss, havs to b iiiada wllli hw cuf
iiUaucuofaudcerllrlvd toby lb iinderalcurd, iu order lo
b valid. duo lyl J. C. III. A UK. Agent.
WILDER & CO.,
AK'Bls lar Ike Hawaiian Islands,
Mutual Life Insuranco Co.
ur MKW YttKK,
Largaat, lafflat urisl Soit
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
Asssts (i860) $90,000,000
Hsw ! s Good Tim to Inssrs
Mont but FUit-Clasi HliksTskss,
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
UP HAN FIlAItCIHUU.
CASTLE COOKE, AGENTS
for the Ilatsrnllan Islands.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital. Five Millions Relchsnark.
rflllK ItKnr.KNHlNKI, 1IAVINM ItKr.JI
JL appointed ARcnts for the nbovo Company, are
now renily to
Issue I'nlirlesnKnlnst Risks of Flreon Itnlld.
Iiiks, sirrrliniidlsfl nml f-'iirnlliiro
on terms erinftl to those of other respectable companies.
Losses paid for and adlnsted here.
Kor particular, apply tn
782 II. IIAUKKEf.li Co., Agents.
HOKTH BRITI8H AND MERCANTILE
OP I.OJIDON AMI) KUIMIUUOII.
Accumulated anil IiiTeateil Fntid. a,H3H,ll
TUB UIVI)RRiniVKD IIAVK IIRKW AP
I'OINTKfl AOKNTfl f.r the Ssndwlch Islsnds, and are
authorised to Insuro iiKnln.t Klro upon fnvorshts terms.
Ill.lis Ukru In sny part of Ihs Islands on flnns and Wondsn
lliiildings and merchandise slnrrd thsrsln, Dwslllni; Homes
and furniture, Tlmbrr, Conls, Hhlps In harbor with or with
out csrKoss, or under repair.
04 ly Kl. Uat'FKCIf t.AKOISn A CO
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
jy o TITU N A
General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
THE AIKM F. INNUItAH'K CODIPANirJI
have established n (leneral Agenry here, and the
undersigned, (Jcncrnt Agents, are authoiUed la take
Itlsfcs nicalnst llie llaiiKers or tlio Mens nt the
Most Rrnsonnbls- Itntrs, nnd on the
Must t'ni ornhlc Terms.
815 ly 1'. A. SCIIAIU'KK A CO., Ucneral Agents.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OK DOSTON, MASS
in tioit i'o iia rr.n, issa.
the Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
the United State.
Policies Issued on tho most favorable Terms.
Kxiiniple or Xoii-Forreltiire I'lnu,
INSUIIKD AOK, .T YKAItS-OlltllNAltY UFn PLAN
1 Annual premium continues Policy U years 3 days
2 Annua! premium continues Policy 4 yoars 12 days
3 Annual premium continues Policy 0 years '1 days
4 Annua! premium continues Pulley 8 yenrsin dnys
6 Annual premium continues Policy 10 years 6o etays
ots, s 918,000,0001
Losses Paid tlironicli Honolulu AR-cucjr,
CASTLE & COOKE, AJIENTS
SID roil TIIK HAWAIIAN ISt.ANUS. ly
YUCCA BOILER COVERING
Patented January 19, 1886.
Has been victorious oyer all other dorlces for coTerlnr
bolters witll which it has been broucht Into competi
tion, both in Kurnpo and America, for tho past twelve
years. Kndorsed by the Scltntyic American and London
JSnginecrlnij everywhere as belnir the best Non-conductor,
tho most Keliablc, the most Economical.
The "Air Space" llsa mechanical device. Tho old
method of covering boilers, steam and other hot pipes,
was to smear a coating of piaster over the boilers and
pipes, and directly In contact with the hot surfaces.
Common sense teaches that any compound thus applied
will soonliave the lifo burnt nut ot It, and that tho ex
pansion and contraction or the metal over winch It Is
smeared, villi csaso It to loosen and crack, so that It
will, after a time, fall otV. Ilcsldcs this, experience has
proved that the lime and other compounds uscel for this
purpose, when applied direct to the. boiler surfaces,
corroues mo uoiieri. so os 10 Rri'nuy injure mem.
The Air Snaco serves' a two-fold nurnose: first it nro-
vleles n stratum of air entirely arnundihe boiler, which
is tlio best If nown non-conductor of heat. Hccond, it
provides a surface which Is entirely Independent of the
boiler surface upon which tho coverlm: compound Is
placed, and this surfucc bclne; formed of wlro cloth of
ii-lnch mesh, furnishes a splendid means of clinching
or fastening tho compound around tho boiler.
The wire spare is supported at the .pace of an Inch or
more irom tue uouer or not pipe dv metal .urns placed
close together, so that tlin expansion or contraction of
I no uouer or pipes nroiiuuwnicii it lb niacca win not s
fret the outside covering, because the stud allows
Ing wire and coier.
Experience and practical tests hare demonstrated
beyond a doubt that the radiation of heat from a boiler
nrreiunited by tho " Air bpacu "and Its coiei.ng, is les
than that from a boiler coicrcil with any of tin other
well known boiler coverings; consequently there is s
groatcr saving of fuel.
In proof of what Is tab! nbout tho superiority of the
Ohahners-Hpenco Air Hpiicc, SCO Hcltntlfic Amtrican,
Dec. 1, 1877, and London JCnglnterJH, July 18, 18T7J
O. C. FOWI.KH, Sole Owner for I'sclflc Coast.
H. HACKFELO A CO.. Agents,
Kor Sale by,
A. W. HIfllARn7t Ctt.u
Corner Kort and Merchant sis., Ilonoluln.
IT IM 1MwNHIHsM:TO NAVTOOXVt'tfiW
praise of this kimm! uhlstandarilVainlly Medicine
It cannot bo too htchly recommended, aa It Is truly a
Mnrvsl ! ' Akv, anil no hoiuehcld should be
without It. It (iruvents as well as cuirs Mala His
rases, UumI, Ulatiiiiuallsist, Uravtilandall KM.
iiey Ulscaacs, ARVcicd I.lver, Hradarb.
Kaasea. Bils, Wind, IhUIkssIIsw, t'aslaa
tlou. Fevers aud Anus, Mssyleasuesis, anas
Hide. Foul llrralli, and every disease brought ou or
aggravated by a disordered stomach.
It purities the Mood, Cleanaos the Stomach and Bow
1 1, aud give tho wholo system a Healthy snd Uellfflil.
ful Tone, There never ss a luedle'na for the Nursrry
eejual to It, and being composul o( Herbs only, It can
Ik. eIvcii safuly to Infants. II Is a triumph In medicine
.'liarintess, yet effltaxluu. luvsluable In the family, on
tho road, at tea, and everywhere.
For aale by tit Uruiltll, snJ st whullo by
810 McLA?l BKOa.
For state or
A HEHIMAaMJe IBVIMITalieilT.-Travs Well.
. known premises of Ihs undersigned, situate on
King street, together with ths fsmlluie, eW., ol tJ
same. If dolled. The bouse has II rooms. Is In good
WtflhlUIUI.Uni IHIV.lfHV.N .MV J....NM .
' j lsBHBFt.MsaRasBsDirMgi"
..r.ir ttuii la '
excellent onnorlunlty to parlies ilcslroua pl contlnuln
Its lonr-taulUued LuslacSS. Vol 'further parilcnlsi
(p Is If TUUa.A.'iilVs.
BY THE LATIST AMITAt
rRon ram ri(A!f cincn
T3 IIAVH ItKOKIVKI) A IjAUati
IT addition lo onr former stock of Hhlp Chandlery,
Ship Stores, Provisions, Ac, Ac , erhlch slies ns tho
Qrofitcst Assortment of Goods
Kept on tliee Islands, all f which will bo sold at Iho
Lowest Mstket Prices, a. usnal. Onr friends snd tho
pnblle generally are respectfully Invited tn etamlnei.
a 81? ' 1I0LLKS A CO.
PAINTS AND OILS.
A Tf.AftTtlJ I.RAIttjr rACKAOMer T
f nw ins.
?lnf While, llnbbnck Lead, 1
liolled I'alnt oil In I nik and In 5 gallon rlrnmi,
A full assortment Fancy Cdlor 1'alnts.
iiui,i.e.a n w.
Srr.nn mi, ij .it mi AirrnrT neiiral.
Castor Oil 3 find & gallon tins.
818 3 BOtLKSACO.
CilXKM FROM 1INVH
1I0LLRS A CO.
J Hale by
a rtii.i. amortnemt r nixrh rum
XH SIX I
i thread lo live Inch.
DOLtKS A CO. I
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
An AMMARTMRNT F MSRH rRMIt a l-a
Inch to H Inch, Also. Hpnnyatn, Melting, Itallln,
Ilnusellne, Marline, ltonndlnir, Ac
3 HIS nOLI.KS A; CO.
ULOOKS AND MAST HOOPS.
Patk.it utojr wHAprrn ntirHN,
Jletallle Iron Htrspped Illeteks, rIent llushlnr;,
l'lnln Hushing, a full assortment of sires.
2 818 1I0I.1.KS & CO.
IjIairiiahkm' lard ik iaiij. s ni.
' each, llutter In Jars and Kegs. Coeese. Cases
Assorted Table Fruits, Canned Meats, isms and Jellies,
llimey In (llass. Tickles. Kefs of Pickles, Vi'Retables,
Kil's nf 1'Ir Pork for family use. llajraiof Coffee, Chests
nnil Caddies of Finest Tea, Sardines In qr and hf Ihixcs,
Vermlrelll, Maccnronl, Crackers In variety, Cnbe Sugar,
KefrHiiKar. noi.LKB A CO.
SAIIOlf DRF.Al IN 4AHHH ARM lMXRR,
medium bread, KihIs Crackers In cases, Sods Crack
ers In Holes and Tins, Kgir Jumbles, Ilanans Cakes,
Ac, Ac. UOLLKSACO.
EXTRA MESS BEEP.
For Sale by
KXTRA PRIMR PORK
D0I.LK8 & CO
HAMS AND BACON.
JVNT AT HAND, For Sato by
3 818 BOLLES A CO
SKSK r.sjsar.ssA asp anaivs.
KVRF.KA TO ARRIVR, Alf AIII
tlnnal Stock of Ucneral Merchandise.
BOLLES A CO.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.
nKC'Eivr.n rr.R ttt of rf.w tork,
the Finest Lot In the Market.
IIOLLES A CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR.
lAKKH'N KXTRA, KXTRA FAM1I.T
1J nnnrter and hnlf sacks
Kldorado Flour In quarter sacks.
Corn Meal, Oat Me al, Cracked Wheat In 10 lb
bars, received direct from the Mills every mouth,
and warranted fresh, and of the best quality.
8 818 BOLLES & CO.
fJW Lime Just received.
BOLLES A CO
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PASTIES IH HOHOLULr
Or other parts of the Islands,
CAN HAVK THKIB
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Jly application to Mr. K P. ADAMS, quean Slcsst, who
has oar Uescrlptlve Cstslogue with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Bets,
Black Walnut Mideboardt,
Black Walaat Dinlag Chairs,
Oak Caae Scat Diaiag Ckaiu,
Cedar Bedroom Sets,
E. P. IDMS, WENT FOR THE HIWIIUR ISURN
THEO. H. DAVIE S
ervKm ro haub
(JITV OF MADBIU AND OBEBON,
(IM Bsaya rsvsaai)
JTJ.IT TO H3--"I
Conalating of ths usual assortment ot
DRY GOODB CLOTHHTO
OMTaulzed Iron Booing and Fenos Win,
lortUnd Cement (White's),
Fire Bricks. Blue Mottled Soap,
Best Welch Steam Coal,
OalvruiUod Iron Ware, BadelUry,
3 pair Mlrrleea, Tait A Watson's Centrifugals,
Wines, Liquors, Ac, etc. dec.
To Arrive pr LIZZIZ IBEOALX
HIIK IN HKCKMBSMa
0 Tou Kailroad Iran, T Kail,
MoMav HUUat, Ac. c.
Sj, THBO. II.UAVIKH,
Blrablc l'rttaert' M UVwr Sato. ,
TIIK WEII KNOWN liOT BITU
sted on Von dUssI above Jkratoala, This lot Is
too feel frontage on Fori street, aud IM feel (ear. Taste
I. a iwo-atorv dwslllac house on Iks let. avail asw.
with eoue house, beta koa sad Wiry, sad two wells
ou feel deep, well sloaed up truss sae aoUusa lor .
oa. purposes. Ths aster Is lald'ou In feat ellfcrent
UiaStW, HV VIVIH t. f.MJ H.SIMVN. ..
autpls room I
iur lao sis
leetlsn al two Unit rnllsass The
fineiag Is all new. This Is ae of the saosl aesllby ss4
ci-nirs.rly locatul iota for a rssldsass ol any ta las city
of Houolalu. The above sals oawrs a soad oftssaUr
(us tks peruuuenl Intcslouent ol captasl. -,
Tills perfect. lteds st tke ejposa. olTks psrsassss.
Jl iiart uf tka bsrcliasa aujuv an fsaaala aseswsa ev
aiortgags ou the premises. Vat fuilhH. particulars, apt
Whers a plan ol tks lot can
a beaeal.'- T
mum hm un rasatiy ,
KiX "-A lAMWM." V
90LUS at Ce.