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ShTTnUtKIl 31, IfHt.
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Olisrrvntloin tlinilo iiiirii It liofnre. nil All-illr-nrn
nrmlril in Hllo, Kiiiutnj- rtnn
I UK, V,i;ut 'il.l, liy Her. J- IMlnhor.
Tlir-orlcvtnf Vnlmnlo Action
Ono iliporr in tlmt volc.inio eruption,
rwo llir-ir origin Irt ntcam Ibnl llio rnrth
taint; mollrn inaiiln nml witter Domini in
contact with the ficrjr mow, tlio rrmilt in
tlio Renrrntion of Mcitm. Tlio cxviiimvo
fnrro oT tlio vnjwr of wntcr tliti genernicti
pnsliM up tho liquid inntlur from bolow
niul o crrntr. nn brnjilion. In thU cnco
huworrr, thrro Miotilil ho nn itsunnco of
Meant, rnthcr (Inn Invnj nor in it wlio'llr
ijinr hovr inlrr mnhe its wny bcnrnth
tho motion tnnun io lift it tip. Another
theory in thnl of the generation of gnsoi in
tlio initial of tho fiery iiwh t litis pushing it
to tho Mirfncn; lint glue shotiltl ntul ilu i
r.tio from liqniil Invn nit hubbies, innking it
bail, not pufhing it njivrnrtl n) n whole.
Another theory is thnt tho ircsnro of
tho crust of tho earth upon tho vifcid tnnss
beneitb 1ms. tho cflcct to nqueezn portions
ot tho molten mnttcr licnonth up tlirough
orifices nnil crevice, through which tlio
prowium is relieved. Hut why r-liotiltl tlicro
not ho in tlii' cnso n quiet cooling of tho
whole Miblcrnwioin mnsji, jnt ns reservoirs
or vslloys full of Invn, quietly cool on tho
Ktirfnco of tho emtb ?
Tim contraction of tho cooled crust of
tho earth, (granting such contraction to
t.iko place,) will ncconnt fur fissures in (ho
same crust, hat will hnnlly ncconnt for tho
nwttt of tlio fiory ocean beneath through
tliwo fifourci. Tho insido of tho enrtli
however, is mot likely Rolid rather thnn
liqoid, (it is not liquid i. c. in ono sonso of
tho term,) nlthotiKu tho materials com
poking it aro undoubtedly, by reanon of tho
prcjsnro of gravitation in n condition of
tremendous tension. Tho onrlh has not yet
got through solidifying. Tho contraction of
matter in volume by prcsMire, nlways tie
velopcs heat. Wero n cubic ncro of writer
in tho bay to ho subjected to pressure snfli
ciently violent to contract it, great boat
would undoubtedly bo imparted to tho ml
joining waters. Matter contracting in
volumo itiMdo tho earth imparts beat to
other matter. Liquid lava h that other
matter which has received beat from solidi
fying mnttcr, and which of court o presses
upward to find vent.
Tho solidification of tho earth bciug a
constant process, thcro aro necessarily es
tablished in tho cru&t of tho earth perman
ent orifices through which tho intorior
boat developed relieves its-elf; and, inas
much ns thero would naturally be n groat
deal of action throughout tho cntiro area
circumscribing imy given volcanic orifice,
olhi r orifices would tend to form in tho
vicinity of any point whero ono was estab
lished, llctico the grouping of volcanic
craters on tho surfneo of tho uirtli.
tion of tho lava, which, like tho saccharine
iMirtion of boiled enno juice, coots erystnt
iinely, whereas the ixiiorior is that- por
tion of tho Invn which cools or viscldly
or tnotnlically, as it may ho thai all lava,
thrown suddenly into tho nir in largo
mnsfcn ns n-ii in, will cool ntotiily in nny
tnr. rr.urnox ash mmuM.
Soma people hero think that tho cessa
tion of the Mow ns regards thn manner of
it, is calculated to help on Paganism, be-
caiifo Hntli Jveelikolani enmo up Hero ami
told l'clo Io go back and nflcr ft wbilo Pclo
did go back. It is, however, nil very well
ns it is; tho bnrdon of Christian prayer of
fered for tho cessation of tho How, was
that tho Divino will might ho done, and
thoughtful Christians hero nrn very glad
that tho Clod of nalnro has, in His own
limo nml way, nvertcd tho impending
Dirrr.iiE.NT methods ok eruption.
Sometimes tho lava rises upward in a
tunnel, which his its opening in tho top of
n mountain. (Tlio upward pushing of tlio
lava has created tho mountain). Some
times tho opening is far down tho mountain
with a reservoir of liquid Invn nbovo it, in
which caso thero will bo n spiriting erup
tion ; sometimes tho opening is far up tho
mountain, but still somewhat below tho
summit, tho lavn finding exit through n
Tho recoot crnption is through n lntcral
fissure far up tho mountiiin, but below tho
summit, tho source of tho recent eruption
being somo twelvn miles north-east of nnd
below Mokunwcoweo. Tho point on tho
mountain whero tho fiery stream first
reaches tho surface, hcema to tho spectator,
to be tho uppormost vont hole, while tho
point tho highest up, at which tho thin
ernst covers the 6ubtcrr.incan stream has
fttllon in, is tho uppermost or terminal
THE JIODUS OPKKANDI OT A TLOW.
A. lava flow can ndvanco ordinarily only
so fust ns it constructs n hollow viaduct
for itself in which to keep tho material
hot, and of which itself is cro;itcd. It is
likoa gang of railroad builders, which can
go on only so fast as it forms n roid-bcd
nnd lays n track to cnablo it to ndvancc.
A lavn flow first lays a bed for itself nnd
then spread ont and thickens up to n
Mifiicieut depth, so tho hollow tubo which
convoys it shall bo laigo nnd covered
enough to hold nnd keep warm tho flowing
material. A flow tends to move ultimately
iu n straight lino. Its greatest forco is ox
crted in a straight lino. Like n roilrond
track, its corves aro very gradunly. Tho
last direction it takes is quito npt to bo its
Jlnul direction. Tho recont eruption first
ran north, forming tho Kipuknnhinn
hlronm nnd cooled, then south, forming tho
Knu strcira and cooled, nnd then east,
forming tho Ililo stream. This last proved
to bo tho final direction of tho flow ; the
first two struaniH being each only fifteen or
twenty miles in length, whereas tho last,
or llilo stream, is somo fifcy.fi to miles
long. At Lumaia, eight miles above Ililo,
tho Mroam rau first north-cabt then cast,
nnd Inetly south-east, nnd this last became
nt tint point tho final ami provniliug di
rection of tho wholo runss.
HOW HtW WAS ElVEP.
At Lomai'v tho stream ran north-enst
and touted, then east nnd cooled, then
south.cnst and continued on. Had it run
fint tnuth-est and nfterwnrd north. enbt
nnd continued on, Ililo, lying north east
from that poiul would have been destroyed.
And WniaKtii would have been dostroyrd
had not n largo quantity of Urn been di
verted into nu casttrly nnd north-easterly
direction. Tho north. imt or Lorn a in
fctrcntulet tbrmtcned Ililo but saved Wai-
nkcet, whilu tho south. t"ist ctrcumlet threat
ened Waialtt nnd tnved llilo. And o it
was dmujtr nil around nnd salvation nil
run ml. Had tho amount of lava nctually
jxmml forth fluwed nil iu oue direction,
cither Hilo or Wniakea mast lwo been
Lrtva, (corapoied chrmically of CO per
cint. of silicic nnd III of proloxido of iron,)
tnkes two general forms, -a And jxihoeJioo;
-a, lava that cools irregularly una btoiuly,
tlitt cools hmoatbly
Judgo Pomander's Account of Somo H.iw-
aimn Legends, Closely Resembling
Old Testament History.
In the first volumo of Jndgo Pomander's
elaborate work on The J'alyntnan A'iif',
ho bna given somo old Ilnwaiian legends
which closely resomblo tho Old Testament
history. How shall wo ncconnt for such
Tnko, forinstnntp, tho Hawaiian ncconnt
of tlio Crenlion. Tho A'emf, Ae, and
Xono: or Sunlight, Substaneo nnd Sound.
Thcso constituted n trind nnmed A'ii-Jmii-a-knhi
or, tho Fundamental Supremo
Unity. In worship tho rovcrenco
duo wns expressed by such cpithots
ns lli'ka-jM-loa, Oi'-r, iMost Lxcollent,
etc- "Theso. gods existed from utornty,
from nnd before chnos, or ns tho Hnwniian
term expresses it, ' mm-kit-po-nnii,' from
tho time, of night, darkness, chaos. Jly an
act of their will thcso gods dissipated or
broko into pieces tho existing, surrounding,
nil-containing ', night, or chhos. lly
this net light entered into space They
then croited tho henvens, threo in number,
ns n placo for themselves to dwell in ; nnd
tho onrth to bo their foot-stool, ic-A't'ciuin-honmt.a
Kane. Next they created tho sun,
moon, stnrp, nnd n host of nngols, or
spirits i kini akua to minis'.cr to them.
Last of all thev crcntcd man as tho model,
or in tho likeness of Kane Tho body of
tho first man wns rande of red earth Irpo
ulti, or ulaca nnd thospitllo of tho gods
irni-noo. His head wns mndo of n whitish
clay palolv which was brought from tho
four ends of tho world by 7..0I10. When
tho earth-imago of Knur wns ready, tho
threo gods brenthed into its nose, and
culled on it to rise, nnd it became- n living
being. Aftorwnrds tho first womnn wns
created from ono of tho ribs hllo puhaLa
of tho man while asleep, nnd these two
were tho progcuitors of nil mankind. They
aro called in tho chants nnd in various
legends by n largo number of different
names; but tho most common for tho man
was Kimwhon ua, nnd for tho woman Kt
olakuhonua" (or J.alohuitua,) p. C2.
" Of tho creation of nnimals thcso chants
nro silent; but from tho puro tradition it
mny bo inferred that tho earth nt tho timo
of its creation or cmorgeuco from tho
wntcry chnos was stocked with vcgctnblo
and nnimal life. Tho nnimals specially
montioncd in tho tradition ns having been
croat cd by Kane, wero bogs, puna, dogs,
ilio, lizards or reptiles, moo :" (p. 70.)
" Another legend of tho scries, that of
Wcla-nhi-lam, states that after Kane had
destroyed tho world by fire, on nccount of
nnd pnhoelioc. Uvu
nnd mttalically. -u is largely developed
at tho flrt breaking ont of an eruption, U
found far down nearly nil tho flows that
ha to inutd from Mauna Loa, nnd it do
tho wickedness of tho pcoplo thon livin
ho organized it ns it now is, and created
tho first man nnd tho first woman, with
tho nssistnuco of Ku nnd J.ono, nearly in
tho sarao mnnncr ns narrated iu tho foimcr
legend of Knmuhonua. In this legend
tho man is called Wtla-ahulam, nud tho
woman is called Oice." p. G'J. Of tho
primeval home, tho original ancestral sent
of mankind, Ilnwaiian traditions speak in
Inchest praise. " It bad a number of
n am c.i ot vnnons meanings, ttiougli tuo
most generally occurring, nnd said to bo
tho oldest, wns 7iiniu-i-irtii-oa, "Kalnna
with the life-giving dow." It was situated
in n largo country, or continent, variously
called in the legends Knhiki honun-kolo,
Knhiki-ku, Knpa-knpa-ua-a-Kane, ilolo
lani. Among othor names for tho primary
horaostoad or paradise, nro J'lili'uli, "tho
btuo mountain," Aina-i-ka-kavp)'0-Kane,
" tho Innd in tho heart of Kane," jlina-icni'-
aLua-a-Kanc, " tho land of tho divino
wntcr of Kauc." Tho tradition says of
Jili-uli, that it wns n snored, tabued Inud ;
that a man must bo righteous to attain it ;
if faulty or sinful ho will not got thcro ; if
ho looks behind ho will not get thcro ; if
ho prefers his family, ho will notcntor Into
J'lti'Uli." p. 77. " Among other adorn
ments of tho Polynesian Paradise, tho
Ixalnna.i-fiau-olii, thoro grew tho Ulu-kapu.a-Kune,
" tho breadfruit tabued for
Knne," nnd tho Ohia hemoltle, "tho sacred
npplc-trco." Tho priests of tho oldon timo
aro said to have held that tho tabued fruits
of thcso trees wero in somo manner con
nected with tho troublo and doalli of Jut
mtthonua nnd JUilohonun, tho first mnu
nnd tho first woman. IJcncu in tho ancient
chants ho is called luinc-lun.uli, Kumu.ub,
Kulii-ijM, "tho fiillou chief," " ho who foil
on account of tho tree," or names of simi
lar import. p. 79.
According to thoso legends of Aiiww
honua nnd 1IWii.iAi-o)ii", " nt tho timo
whou thn gods created tho stars, they also
created a multitndo of angels, or spirits,
i Ai';ii tiAMtf, who wero nut croatcd like
men, but uisdo from tho spittlo of tho
gods, i kithaui, Io bo their servants or
messenger;. Thco Kpiritit, or n nnmber of
them, disobeyed and ruvolted, bccnii60 thoy
wero denied tho aicn, which mounts flint
thoy wero not permitted to bo wurkhipped,
men being a sacrificial ollering nud sign of
worship. Thciu uvil spirits did not prevail,
however, but wcru conquered by Ix'mic,
nnd thrust down into uttormost darkness,
ilatfhltHt-i'ku-po, Tho chief of thc&o spirits
was callcil by umo Ktinuloa, by oihers
Jfitu, tho ruler of V, .lli i'iu, A'nyiu iuo,
" the oril spirit." Uiuer legcnil, lion ever,
slnto thit tho veritable and primordial lord
of tho Hawaiian Inferno was called Ma.
nuc;. Tho Inferno itself boro n number of
names Mich ns J'o-jxiU'ole, J'Aut'kin!,
J'c-kini.kliii; WMjH.fl-oirii, -i'o-.Viu.
! Miln, sccordiug to thcso other legends wns
a ciiioi ui supenur wicuruiieMi on car in
who was thrust duwn into 1), but who
was really both inferior aud posterior to
Janna. This Inferno, this li with many
names, ono of which remarkably enough
ynn Kc-ixt-liij-aht, "tho nit of tire," wan
tutircly dark place. There
die," nnd so 51 hapjicncd. Hcnco tho first
man got his other namo Kumii-uli, which
means " n fallen chiof," ho'lii kahnli.
With thoHnwnlians, Ivnnnloais thoporsoni
fied spirit of ovil, tho origin of death, tho
princo of Po, or chaos, nnd yet n rovolled,
divotiedionl spirit, who wan coniiucrcd ami
punished by Kane." " Tho Intro,
diictiou nml worship of Knnnloa, ns ono of
tho groat god in the H.awnihn groun, can
only bo traced back to tho timo of tho im
migration from the southern groups somo
eight hundred years ngo. In tho more
ancient chant ho is never mentioned in
conjunction with Kane, Ivu nnd Lonn,
nnd even in later Hnwninn mythology
bonover look prcccdoiico of Kane. p. bU,
81, 85. "Tho Ilnwaiian legend states thnt
tho oldest Fon of Kumuhtmmt tho first
mnn, was cnilcn iaiku, nnn Hint mo next
son was called Aim; nnd that lAtka wns a
bad man : bo killed his brother Ahu," y,
05. "Tlicro nro these dlllerotit Hnwniinn
genealogies, going hack with moroorlrsB
ngtcomenl nmotig thouiFClves to tho first
created mnn. Tho gonoalogy of Kumu
fiontiu, given thirteen generations inclusive
to Xiiii, or KahhiaKl, or tho lino of iMktt,
tho oldest sou of A'ttmufioiwa, Thn lino
of Selh fro'm Adam to Noah counts ten
generations. Tho second goncalogy call
ed that of Iitimu-iili, was of grenlcst
nutbority among tho highest chiefs down
to the latest times, nnd it wns tnbu to
teach it to common pcoplo. This gone
nlogy connts fourteen generations from
JIull'lioiitHt, tho first man to A'ti, or
jVffHU-HHi, but inclusive on tho lino of
jAika. Tho third genealogy, which, prop
erly spoaking, is that ofVlmo, tho high
priest who camo with I'M from Tahiti,
nbout tweuty-fivo gcnorntiotiB ngo, nnd
wns n reformer of tho Hawaiian priest
hood, and among whoso descendants it has
boon preserved, counts only twelvo gencr
ntions from Knmuhonua to Ariw, on tho
lino of Kupili, youngest son of Kumu
cwiu." p. 8G, 87. "In tho Hnwniian
group tlicro iro sovcral legends ot tno
Flood. Ono legond relates that in tho
timo of Xuu or Kana-nuu (also pronounc
ed lentil, that is, " floating") tho 1'lood,
Kaiakaiinalii, camo upon tho earth, and
destroyed nil living beings; thnt aViw, by
command of his god, built n largo vessel
with n house on top of it, which wns called
nnd is rofcrrcd to in tho chants tiaJfc-waa
liatau-Atti-o-ka-Moku," "tho royal ves
sel " in which ho nnd his family, consisting
of his wifo Lili-noc, big threo sons, nnd
their wives wero saved. When tho Flood
subsided, Kane, Kit and Imo entered tho
ll'fm-mM-o-Ailaiul told him to go out.
Ho did so, nud found himself on tho top of
Jciitnci Kea (tho highest mountain on tho
islnnd of Ilnwnii.) Ho called n cavo thcro
nfter tho namo of his wife, and tho cavo
remains thcro to this day as tho legond
says iu testimony of tho fact. Othor ver
sions of tho legend sny thnt iVJw landed
nnd dwelt in Kahiki-honua-kde, n Inrgo
nnd oxtensivo country." p. 91. "A'ik
left tho vessel in tho evening of tho day
nud took with him n pig, cocoanuls nnd
axca ns nn offering to the god Kane. As
ho looked up, ho saw tho moon in tho sky.
Ho thought that thnt was tho god, saying
to himself, " Yon nro Kane, no doubt,
though you have transformed yourself to
my sight." So ho worshipped tho moou,
and oll'ered his offerings. Thon Kane
descended on tho rainbow nnd spoko
roprovingly to Kuu, but on nccount of tho
mistake. iw escaped punishment, having
asked pardon of A"rtc."--p. 42. " A'hk's
threo sous wero Xaltt-akez, 2?alu-hoohua,
nnd Katu-manamana. In tho tenth gen
eration from iVifM, arose ono JAia-nuu, or
tho second iii, known also in tho legond
ns Kanc-hoa-lani, Jut-pule, nnd other
names. Tho legend adds that by com
mand of bis god ho wns tho first io intro
duce circumcision to be practiced among
nil his descendants. Ho left his nntivo
home, nnd moved a long way off until bo
reached a land called Ilonua-ilalo, " tho
southern country." Henco ho got the
namo Jxilo-kona, nnd his wifo wns called
Jlonua-po-ilalo. Ho waR tho fothor of
Jut-naicao by his slave-woman Ahtt,
O-ahu nnd of Kalani-menciunc by bis
wifo Mec-hetca. Another says that tho
god Kane ordered JAia-nuu to go up on a
mountain nnu perform a sacrifice tlicro.
J.ua-nuu looked among tho mountains of
Kahlkl-ku, but nono of thorn appeared
snitahlo for tho purpose. Thon JAta-nuu
inquired of God whero ho might find n
proper plnco. God replied to him, " Go
travel thou to tho eastward, and whero
you find a sharp, peaked hill projecting
precipitously into tho ocean, that is tho hill
for tho sacrifice." Then JAta-nuu nnd his
son Kupulu-pulu-u-Xttu nnd his servant
J'ili-lua-X'tiu, started off iu their boat to
tho eastward. In romombrnnco of this
event tho Hawniians called tho monntain
back of Kunloa, Koolnu, Oahu, nfter one
of Lua-nutCs names, Kane-hoa-lanl. and
tho smaller hills in front of it wero named
Juipulti-pulu and J'ili-lua-nttu. JAta-nuu
is the tenth descendant from A'kk by both
tho oldest nnd tho youngest of A'di'.i sons.
This oldest son is represented to havo been
tho progenitor of tho Kunaka-maoli, tho
pcoplo living on tho mainland of Jvitiic,
Alnu-kumupaa-a-JCanc; tho youngest wns
tho progenitor of tho white pcoplo ka-jwe-keokeo-maoll.
This JAta-nuu, like
Abraham, tho tenth from Noah, also liko
Abraham through his grandson Kinl-lait-a-nutno,
became tho ancestor of tho twelve
children of (ho latter, and tho original
founder of tho Jfenehuna pcoplo, from
whom this legend makes tho Polynesian
family descond." p. 98.
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"lllotio"' nml Tumuli lfomK Kill'.
llooo nnd Mule llnmci, Whllllclici!,
Cnrhollrctl niul Stninlnnl Hose, JJnntl 4 ply,
lIop Cniipllns', llnso I'lpo. I.an .iprlnlclcrn,
"llillndclphl.i"niid"rifildpnt" I-awii Motr,
llnximn. Sli'ii I.nililrrfl, 4 In U ft-rtt
" KurcKa" and " Unlvcrial" Clothes Wringers,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Sailor l'ain, (niifcpnn, Frjr r.ina. ItatTrapa,
Charcoal. Shield anil Tallnrn' Iroiif, Sad Irona,
Tinned Iron Spoons and Korka,
Mhrr Hleel pO(lI) and I-'orky,
UlialilMsn VorkrcltKa, CnfTrp Jllllf,
Iloalou Card and California latche.
Toltet and Laundry Soap.
Qnccn,""Cron," ralacc," "Sideboard," "Zero"
Jennings" and Hyslenlc Water Kilters and Coolers,
Ice Cream Krcexers,
Guns, Gnu Nipples ami Nipple Keys, Fonder,
Shot ami Caps
Plows! Plows! Plows!
All flzea made Io order, extra strong, by tht. Mollnc
riovv Co., aultablo for 4nt;ar nnd ltlcu I'lantatlons,
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
OFFER FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST MARKET HATES,
THEIR STOCK OF NEW GOODS
HECIIIVr.I) I'KIt I.A11. AIIIIIVAI.H.ASI) TO AIIIIIVK TKK
W. H. Whilon, from New York, City of Madrid and City of Nnkfn. from England
TlinsK (100DS Aitr. adaitkd foii
Plantations, Country Stores and Famllicjw
Ami liotiRlit from nitfiT HANDS KOIt CAHIt.nnil will liormM for OAHH, with bent illKoimt on
time, or on tiait.il Icrnw to pnrllcii npproved. Wo ollur on linml nnu to nrrne,
Tttlaon Writer Whito High Tost Korosono Oil,
Vulcnn Wator Whito Abovo Sttindnrd Korosono Oil.
I.nnlOU, CnnlorUII. KoiilA 1 oot Uil, Cjlliuirr nil, nuiramm rnrfinB, ,.,,. i
Aniraiiw nirnin i-nea!jiK Afuenion ihiiict iiTrrjiif(
In-lln Iluliber Hnli'nckltiK.l.lR, l-?.a-in,.tc
lluali HcytliM nml Hiinlllin, ()i llown, Mnlo Cnit AIe. Mnl CoIMm nml ilninrn, Mnlp Hlicx-n,
llnbult Metnl, Ciinnl llarniw, Iiro Intlicr, Ix-ntlirr Itelllnir. .1, , 6. C, 10 nnil 12 Inch
Wpntoirn Ontrlliiiml llpltlnc, n aiiiirrlor nrllclo l)lflotr unno iuum
llv rinr.tn,, UfM. Iiin.'it IMntitrm' line. Ato Mid I'irk fllnltorkK. 1'nrU Jlrr-n Vlllil l'lmtrn.
Ji, llm olil fnvnrilo nml nnc icclled Mcdlno Hlccl HrcnklnK 1'low. X0 nml XI Hit el Hume Mow,
rinnel jr. jmrHo nix n iiiwiiituiixr.uAu i l.unn,
lnpln Nn. "O lMoMK,
Jnlin Drcrninnko (HHi)tio,:i-l,l,l 1-1,1 1-2 nml a Inrli)
Kiicciinnmielern nml Kjriip 'I liermmnMc-tit, CiH Null", nil nlzi-a Cut HplVeii,
llono hlioofl, iiurnr nnua, i iinanini; nuiin.
urcrfl innkdiii initio, ii-i, i, i i-i, I'innu iineni
Itnnilnrit WmUm'n CrnttlfiiRiil Lining, 12 nnil H Inrli, liriit qiinlHy Tor
In Fred (,'titter. lnulo Anvil, Kinr A. Jnokwrn' DIton ,V Htnlilir.' Ap
in' rc-lelirftteil Hnw, nil aire) JlnrliliiHl' Mnaona' nml lllackftnllli' lln
A FULL LINE OE SHELF HARD WAKE
IxickR, llntt. Hercwa, ItlnRro, AnRcr, AtiRer lilt. Clilm-U, Kn-w, llracen, Holt, Cnlclic, Ac.,
Mncliliiu nml Cnrrlnuo Holla, lieat iimimfncluro J Kmoutb,Jnck nn J Jointer l'lnniri, t
1'low nnu Ainicu imnc. a i mi uuiu ui
Paints and Oils of tlio Best English and American Brands I
STAPLE GOODS, SUOII AS
AtnmikenK Drnlinn, 8 niul 0 ox. Ticking, A C A II nnil I) lllinrliril Cotton. 4-4 wide, taut rrmke I
Uiililenelietl Cottoin, Clicrn. Medium nnd Kino j llnmn nnd Illno Drill. 1,1 nen Drill, tirnry i
Hnln DUor, I'uro Litif n Klieetlng, Flno tiiilli Ijicc, llluo Flannel, Scarlet Flnmiel,
A Bupcrior Anmrtmcnt of Ainerlcnn Whito Flnnm-U.
STAPLE GBOCEEIES :
Oolilen Gnto Kttr.1 Fnmlly Flour, Hnwniian Via. Corn Ktnreli, Jnpnn, Comet nnd Chenp Tf n,
Cub- HiiRitr, Hnwniinn KiiRnrii, (Vim nnd l'cn, Condenaed Millt, Corned Jlwf nnd Toncues "2
Knrdlm-H, Oxford HnuwiRp. JtcMurrny' OjFter, Kvnn .V LcHclirr' Fluent Belec,
Tim Fnvorito Knncy nnd Washing Kn.-ipx, Cnlifornin nnd Kntcrn brand i;
Iininn, toni jicni, jtvenn, virnunni r lour, ic, iyc, ixc.
On Conwig-iimeiifc :
Tho Geo. F. Blako Mfg. Co'a Steum Peed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weslon's Patent Centrifugals,
Woodward & Hrotcn's Celebrated Pianos,
New Haven Onjan Co. Parlor Orrjann
Washhirn G Moen Mfg. Co. Barhcd Wire, lie Bcxt Barbed Wire vtanvfaclurci
Portland Cement, Sugar Bogs, Oaln and Btan, California Hay,
Columbia Bivcr Salmon, bbls. and If. bbh., Salmon Bellies in Kits Vcru Fine.
fJrub ItrenkerF, Iloaton Clipper.
I'nria Iinpnm-d Steel 1'loHn, Ollpln Snlkey riowii,
OX CHAINS. OX YOKES. OX BOWS,
Topjall Chains Trac Chain, Slel, .
Fence Wire, l).irlieilVlro('alneJ and Oahanlitd),
Cahnnlreil anil lllack ijuplen,
Fenco Wire Stretchers,
Superior Hemp Packing,
Jittu an J Cotton Twine, Baeslnz Twine,
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
Extra quality, mailo to order.
Hoes "Crescent' Klce, Cane and Garden,
Superfine Sath Cortl,
Wire bath Conl. Satli Wclchts,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
I'ctcr WrlRht'n Anll, UK) to ryxi pound,
Vlhe.-lland and Ilench, Caiilkluc Ironn,
Carriage and Cart xles and tfpringi.
1'nvero Irnn. .Machine. Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Holt Kn.Ij. Nuta and Waihers,
Beat Encllah and American Files.
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up,
Leather Ueltlns and Hell Lacing,
Pure Lubricating Oils and Cumwnimtf,
Lnbrlcatlni; Cunn of mml apprntd patterns.
not nu t-utlrcljr Uarlc place. 'X licre war
liL-bt of sumo kind nnd tbcrti was lire. Tho
velc-pod t thciO fcccial times when flow leeciiuU fortber tell u that ivhen Kane,
are unuiuallr active, ns ubon it rctervoir , Kit. ami Xoto. wero creation the lint man
of Ura breaki un and flow. in. It ilea ' from the et.rth, A'tiaatoo alto wan prosent,
alone in bed or line tht hate npimetitly ,id in imitation ot Kane, attempted to
nwelled tbemielre above the adjotuing pa- niako another man ont of tbo earth. When
AajAo in the act of cooling. The .i it buclay model was rwdjr, he called to it to
often quite an heavy, balk for bulk aafxt- Wom alive, but no llfccania to it. Then
tuxfior, I Kaualo Uicatue very augrjr, and aid to
TU tt-flj it !s here sagged td, in that por, j Kaor, I will tako jrour uiau, and he shall
SBIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAK
FOlt HALE 11V TIIK
HONOLULU IRON WOBKS CO
ThU Utile apntratnn nils the ejllnder comtantlr and
prrfeclly. Ha llltln oil In ncd that a aln oC ull and
irear equal lu four timet lu coil may b edected In ono
Pint Size. &45. Half Pint Size. 430.
MS -a 3m
Standard Axle I
Ireaie, Olue, &c, Ac.ic.
Tho Bain Wngon,
The D.ivin Iron Wncnn,
Hulliilio'a llarbcil Wire,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
nallidlo'B Patent Wiro Hope,
Avorill's Mixed 1'nintii,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Continental Oil and TraiiRpnrtntion Co.,
California Wiro Work.
HA VINO COMPLETED AN
Extcnsivo Atltlitioii on King Street,
Including a lino SHOW HOOM lor
STOVES AND HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS
Of all kinds, and a large
Containing tools of crrrjr description for I'lai,tcr'
ami Kanncr" nue, arc now able to lnw their extenrhe
plock to ureal ndranlasc : and would call the attention
of their many friends and patrons In a feir Icndlnc arti
cle, not omitting to say that they have on hand an4
on the way constantly, a VEIIV arsoand full assort
ment of 1,'ixxls In their line.
DPairxts an.SL Oils !
llnbbiick'N AVIille I.eRil nml Zinc In 23 and 0
lb packages, or In ca.ks of fK) lbs.
HiiblHicUN full) Ilitllrtl Ull nml linw Oil In
birrels aud 5 gallon drums.
Mnturji'it Colons, In Ilu,, for house or coach paint
Ins. I.tlljrlrntliiir till .a heavy ?locV on hand-
I'litn-. of all tlzes and kinds.
Mti,ve mill Kniiirr uf all sues.
HritHlii4 a vervfult assortment.
Aisni'itlfTil tViien tVlre. No,0and fl.
Uitlvniilavil llisrlioil Wlrv.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED,
A FINE ASSORTMENT
For Household U.e.
Disston's Saws and Files
Constantly on hand, and many other tools of
STOCKS AND DIES!
The largest assortment and best to be found in the mar
kct; also, extra Taps nn hand.
SQUARE AND HEXAGON NUTS,
From ii to t; In.; also Washers, the same assorted.
1 Itolt Cutting Machine a superior article.
ASrtESTOS, Tucks, Fl. I Knbber and Flax racking,
ICnllsinf every description needed In this market.
Lrnllier of all kinds, by thu aide, roll or duzen.
toiilrr of all kinds uid here.
These and a thousand other Items to be had cheap of
E. O.HALL & SON,
ALFRED M.MEL LIS
JUST OPENED A LAUGE INVOICE
Laccs, Embroideries, Fringes.
Ladies' and Children's Dresses,
D1LL1NOIIAM A CO.,
Kott Street. Honolulu.
STEAM ANDJWATER PIPE.
V. would call the attention of those requiring I'lplng,
to our large stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand!
Illack Weldritriteam I'itis H to T In, diameter,
tlalranlzeit Water I'lpeM tuiiln.dlaiuetvr.
PJT-Tb, abov. at XrmUrsU I'rlccs.
THE HONOLULU IRON WOEX3 COMFY
' t-S 3m
For FaU by
A. W. Hlt'IIAKtMII.1- CM.
Cnner Furl and Jlsithsul sts llonolula
TIIUIGATIOX AVTKK THIS DATK
X. Is.trictly prolilblttd. except b.lw.tu ih. hour, of
as.iw..aisitaHts.m. . II. FKKETII.
Arprotrdi HapxUtsndrntnt Water Woiki
(Hlzurdl II. A l. CsaTta.Jllul.l.rof Ultrlor.
Ilouolulu. April Itwh. 11 MM tf
T)OIL.KU I.1K8KKI) OIL IX MBLH,
XV aud 4 cdloa (aus, tUw rlnVOll.lh.puisllntJ,
I'm salt by BOIXIS Co.
Son. 70 ami 78 Hotel street.
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Hoard by tho Day, Week 01 Trausient
Cigar,. Ci,'irettM and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Sorvod in First-Clas Style
AT All. UUIIMM.
HKNnVJ.lUllT, fCSO EU.ISA.HAnT.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex t.ATK AltUIVALU,
OK THU NEW CHOI'. A 1.80,
Wholo and Q round Jiurley, Oats, Bran,
ml Alfalfa Jay.
W. carry the largest stock of lions titX In tbli
Kingdom, od wtar.aUsjs prepared to III all ordsrs
nlUi (CD,loaicd prow plans, and
AT LOW U ATI'S rOH CASH.
Vtluls (Iiooad to OcOsr.al
Wheat, Cotn. t'racksd Cum, OH Cakf. MlOdlUet,
. ItUtd IfseU, tic., l ' vn hwd.
1 13a U1.VKAC0.
Nos. 92, W, tf, nud W Klnc bl.,
and 6J and SI Fort St.
Tin: uxni:ns4itiM:n bkhh to ixiuhh
his Cu.lonu-rs and Ilia Public zcnerally that
HE HAS REMOVED
HIS nUBlXHSU TO THE
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOININO II. HAUKm.Il CO.,
Where be Is piepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
aodCano Dtusp Carta
Alio, toatleml to
1 stall also kevp a
Full and Complete Stock
ralns, VamUbcii, lUflaMl liar lont
PItar abd Hoeileu Irua, Horse-shoes.
CinbrrUid U.wl.Uak, Ash and Utckorr Flask).
WHICH I WILL OFFER
HI MMM raUl WIMHMPTMM M UIHm.
TlianklBC lb Tabllc for ps t faltoMf., I bop kr a
coa.laal t ad.atiu la sallsfjr isv nutvas, to satllt
fvullu.anouf Ik ssjos,
m u 37 o. WltT,
OPPORTUNITY FOR INTE8TNENT I
OS TH E 1ST DAY OF OCTOIIEK NEXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN hUMS OV
riVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
These bonds will be Issued In the following srrlr.l
Serka A Ikimluuf f) ech, Juo October 1, 188.1.
Horiea 11 Ilonils of HX) encli, duo OctoUr 1, 1HKA.
bierlim O Honda of .'! each, line fjetober 1, ltM7.
H-rii-a 1 Ikiml-i of HX) cncli, Uuo October 1, IWJ.
Each Hand will have coupons attached, parable on
I hi- 1st days of April and October uf each jrnr: IbtUe.i
at the ulp of M.iest ier rrtl, er Hssssnus. frea
uf (limrnmuit li. The Inlrrrst un then) will lx
KllnrMiiler,! bjr Mrssrs. Ill.hup .t Co., and will be
made parable at Ihv llank nf -Mi,r. lll.linp - Co,
re 1.01111S wiu ue secureu vja nrsi nioiie.se on an
unerlr of the Hawaiian Agricultural Cn. Ihrr
be made narable lu bearer ur older, at the unllou nf
the purchaser; and If partlr. prefer Ihe latter can liatri
Ihiici ie;lsereil on Ilu bonk, uf Ihe I'uuip.nr, thu. af
tnidlneabxjule sremllr In cae of Ini. by rubbery or
l'artlesdeslrlnstn purchase anrnf tl;--se iMinila will
please stain what .1 lies Ihrr prelrr A. II, J, nr II. A
pllcatlvnls will uuw be recefvid. Kor further paitlcnlars
apply at tho ultUa it 0, ilrower A Co., Ilunniuln.
Ml tH m Trrasnrvr II. A. Co.
Satins, Silks, Crepes,
All Colora and Shades, both rlrored .andWHWr"""" -jl
Ladies' and Children's Parasols,
FANS AND FAN-HOLDERS.
Ladies' and Childrcn'K Underwear,
Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery,
lllack. Colored and Figured.
Grenadines and Buntings,
All colora something new for this climate.
JNO. FOWLER 6c GO.
Ltvda, Isf Usd. ar prtpartd la
rURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways.
Vlh or without Curs and Lotomotltrs,
Specially adapted for Surar l'lautatloai t
l'ermannt Hallways, with locumotirew nud oars,
Traction linn Int. ami lUnil Iaiointrr.r
Hlenm l'oiiyiln nuU CulUralliiK Muctiluerj,
l'urtahlo Knliii'j (ur nil pnirnuica,
Wliidini; Kiigtnn for Inolinea.
Cslilo-'Ui-s with HlastralluBs. Moiltlt. and fholo.
trapna ni in. annra risnis aim nacnineir may nt .ecu
at Ik. othc. of Ike undt rslirned.
V, I.. liUEK.V sad
O.W MACKAIU.ASK ACO.,
M A;datfmJno. fowler Co.
The Germania Markit
HAN HKKN THUBHl'IHI.r MKNsiVATsCB.
and U un toejslautl Iu iwlpi ot lh. best of
MEtK, aUTTU.X, VJJAL A Mi LAMB,
frou Choicest Hrd,
Tork Vfnff. Ilotaai as, HmJ Cke.te, Ocrman
""Wfii ljra 00 kaud.at also u W.t of o.
try aad rUk.
Oar . ff H tot i4 pat ap In KaaUtn style. All
ordm falikfully atuod! to acd dsllriiMl la ay piVi
of lh. ttly. '
H Hadrr A kCHsUtieH. Proarl.to,..
Of Silk, Velvet, Matin and Erocadc, all nldtha and
CENTS' AND LADIES'
Ac Ac. Ac. Ac.
Samples front on Application.
Ns Trcmbla to Show Ooasla.
COME OWE ! GOME AXX !
And ruailna these Goods.
101 Koil btret, Srewei'a Blcok.
Honolulu Iron Works
Is tow- prtpaied Io
FUftMIIHFUGlS AJIS WOW SAMPUS
fTMIt ABHSVK ata
Natioiul Tube Werks Ce's Wsr ks,
Ardltinakeconlraclatodcllrcrltln lars i.r sia.ll
ljwijie.lii IM.tliy. Vsa mil '
pis rsmssT tins.
fivas airaiAa imu,
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