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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
AHEWspArnn puni.tsiiED weekly
ri VK DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Portlcn .f ith-ctlplHnfi, from Jl, In JT.CO.ae
SutHsrlhsra and Adrertlsers will address THOS. O.
1 iiku.m, .ianajer.
All milter for the Kilnnttjr Vtttt should he addrcsc J
in mr - n i l hia i i iift33(
Written Hy Mm. II. F. I)llllnp,!mm, nn.l roAtl nt
llin llfthfl Social Innt Monday cvenitiR,
Hhsll siessk some sweet mnse to he present tn-nlc,fcl,
And lend na her spirit of sour.
To piepare fur Jour minds a rich feast if delight,
hlrli pleasure alnna shall proloncr
Khali 'ink ftciin the wealth of the past, iom( bright
Mohrllllant and matrhlcss withal.
Thai li I a. Ire. adorning our plain diadem.
Acceptable prove to all?
Cn dream tint e'en Jlt'rature, fiction of fad,
1. ah furnish a spirit sublime
To preside o'er our" (j'liloti " wllh liippleat tact,
And draw from rich membsr arhlmef
All nn, hlchcr than Earth. Intocatlon we ralar,
Till- spirit of I'csre e Implore
Willi her white wings of Friendship, and Lore In her
To brnnd o'er our hand evermore.
I.ef tie draw from oiirt.ann1 Ha fnll meaning, and feci
H Ufa earnestness, all II sweet pow'r.
I.ei nn prnre Ihnt nnr " L'nlon " la one, that will hral
Tin! bearf-achea, lhal sprlriir erery hour.
ilre n. " Cnlun of hearts, of desires and of hand,
A " Union " In Christ's work below;
And a "Union " unbiased hjr parties nr lianda,
Whose life, ever llcaicnnnrd may flow.
Hnch a " t'nlon " l ' Social " of cours a In Hi life,
And happy nnd merry alway;
If Dip people arc sorfru, forgotten ta atrlfp,
And nrsnallnp retiree In dismay.
Mo th"n, cjly our socials pacli month wo will creel,
And houra of ilellchl tff will spend
In enjoyment of rnwle, rttrtihmmlt tnoiltittil,
Aiitlihailnglhrtrif ol rch friend.
A a bright " Social Union " Hi advent w hall.w
The lipit of Its namp ret remains.
A Irut IliUel wp pray. It may prove dlthont fait,
A a Innjtas anclety relvne.
With llrlhtl of hope fn our midst, aa a band,
A H'Mofiif lart In pacli heart,
I.pt ii raise a nlitli- atone, that rhall real In the land,
Lone after our iplrlta dppart.
Reminiscences of Honolulu. No 10.
On tlio 2d of September, 1840, nppcnrctl
tho firnt nnmber of The itandwich Miami
iS'cteji, rt wcokly iiownpnper, "edited by n
committooof foreign rcsiilentB." Itcminia
concefl of tho poriod would be incomplete
withont a hkctch of tlio jVeies. A beforo
Ntnted, tho officials of tho lln.wnii.in Gov
ernmutit of thoho dnys were decidedly un
popiilnr with n lnrgo mnjority of the foreign
rosidoute; tho Ncikk wns otnrtcd nnd mnin
tniucd ns tho orgnn of this opposition. Tho
commitlco in wliono nnmo tho licenso wns
iasupd, consisted of Alex. O. Abcll, (of tho
firm of .T. L. McCiurg & Co.; J.JD. do
Ficntics. fn lnwver from lJclffium:f find
Kobcrt C. Jniiion, (of tho firm of Sfnrkoy,
Tnnion it Co.) Tlio principal writers liow
ovcr, wcro P. A. Brinsmndc, of tho defunct
firm of Lndd A: Co., nnd A. G. Aboil. Tho
oflico of (itililicntion wriH in n coral ntono
building, thon Intely creeled by Mcssrc 15.
& II. Grimes, on tho'sito now occupied by
tho Iron Works. A prens nnd some typos
lind boon purchased from tho Amoricnn
Mission, which then had nn extoniivo print
ing cstnblishmont nonr tho Knwninhno
church, nnd nn" errant printer, nnmed James
Pancock, (of whom inoro anon) set tho
types nnd worked tbeprcsR. In the saluta
tory tlio editors paid: "A mistaken idea
nppcnr to lmvo gouo forth among n certain
clnsH thnt it tlio paper is commenced ex
pressly for tho purpose of opposition to tho
GoTernmont, nnd )8 neccssniily to bo hos
tile to it nnd nil its measures. Nothing
can bo further from the truth." But not
withstanding this nvownl, throughout tho
period of twelve months during which it
i was mninly under tbo control cf llrinsmndo,
thoro wnn scarcely n iitunbor issued thnt
did lift violently nttnok the Ministers nnd
othor Government ofllcinls by nnme. Thcso
woro Judd, Iticlmrds, Kicord, John Young,
Jnrvos nnd Androws. Tho very first num
ber issued showod tbo bias of tho editor, by
tlio spaco given to tho publication of "Ar-
. tides of Compact nnd Agreomout entered
into, July 13, 184G, between His Mnjosty'u
Attontey-Gonornl on bohalf of tho King
nnd Government of tbo Hawaiian Islnuds,
of tho ono part, and William Lndd, Peter
A. Urinsmndo nnd William Hooper, nil of
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, of tho other
part ;" nnd nn editorial account of tho " Case
of tho Snudwich Islands Govornment nnd
Ladd it Co.;" nil nneut tho famous llolginn
While, in tho first issuo, tbo mo.itsincero
rospoct wns profosscd for tho King, nnd nn
earnest desiro for tho hnppinoss and pros
perity of tho natives, in Number 3 tho ed
itor said: "Tlio aborigines of tho Sand
wich Islands will not be, nud should not be
xpected to bo, nn exception to tlio unvary
ing fate, thus far, of tho dark and inferior
varieties of tho human raco, when brought
into contact with tho Caucasian family. A
morbid sympathy tuny vratuh nnd wcop
over thoir gradual but steady progress to
tho grnvo of thoir extinction; but n vigor
ous nud manly forethought of humanity
will grasp every suitablo occasion to graft
upon that which remains the t.cions of n hot
ter race; nnd throw over nud around them
tho appropriate protection nud aliment of n
more healthful life nnd thrifty state." In
tho latter nitrt of this somewhat high-flown
ventencu tho editor was udvocnting tho in
termarriage of foreigners with natives.
Thv law thvu required, in a matrimonial
llianco between n foreigner nud a native
burn woman, that, the fureiguor should first
becotnu n nnturnlized subject. The editor
devoted two nud n half columns to nn ad
verse discussion of this Inw, which discus
sion wns suggested by n marringo that was
Ktilomuized in spiloof tho law, oil tho ground
that tho Uritioli treaty guaranteed to sub
jects of that imtiuti full protection in their
civil rights, which wns rluimed to extend
to tho right to mnrry, nt tho will of tho
parties, to tho full limits withiu which thnt
tight was enjoyed under tho laws of Kng.
land. Tho marriage in question took ploco
Dept. ,4, lo-to, ou uoo.ru mo urmsu iiue-oi-battle
ship CuUingtaxxi, in the roadtt of
Honolulu, and was solemnized by the Itov.
Mr. Procter, tho ship's Chaplain, tho par
tics being Captain Thomas Lindsay and
MUs Mary Fay, a daughter of James Fay,
of' Waimoa, Hawaii. Thcro nro a number
of grandchildreu of this con pi o now ou Ha
waii. Hut while the "heavy business" of the
JVeieji and som of it was heavy and tire
borne indeed, with (he awlastiug changes
rung on Ludd it Co.'s claims aud 13 ri us
mauo'a pious aspirations aud his wrongs
there was a good deal of wit aud humor in
tho "Tongataboo Pa pert," which, begin
ning shortly after tho first issue of tho
paper, woro continued for several months.
Their authorship was geuorally nkcribed to
Mr. Abell. Datod at Tongataboo, they
purported to givo a history of the Oovtiru
went there aud sketches of the principal
officials; hut of course the object was to
satirise the Government and to latupoou
the officials in the Sandwich Island. Here
is a specimeu from tho opeuiug letter, which
will give an idea of the writer's ironical
fctylo: "For a great many years the man
agement of this little Kingdom had been
VOLUME IT., 2T0. 11.
most nnnatnral'y nnd most unjustly in tho
hands of tho nativo rulers to whom it be
longed, who wcro in tho constant nnd
nbominablo habit of .endeavoring to deal
justly with those who camo among them
from nbroad, nnd who, ignorantly parsi
montous, seoniod to make it nn object to
govern ntns little expensons possible. This
wasn state of things which tho 'enlightened
neco.silios' of certain foreigners could not
brook. Their pockets woro empty nnd
thoir inkstands full, and thoy felt an im
perative nnd most philanthropic call to res
ouo tho nation from tlio barbarous quiet
nnd pcaco in which they had so long crimi
nally indulged; to put nsido tho nimplo
form of Govcrnmont by which tho people,
in their foolish simplicity, hnd thus far been
ruled, nud establish in its stend ono ou n
grand plan of oxccnlivo departments, ex
ccllmicies, orders in council, codes of eti
quette, nnd laws ad inlintitni, bettor suited
to tho supposed increased domnnd for poi;
and nt Mio same time, by tho disinterested
and sell .iri'' jiiigoffcrofthcir own .services
( -r tho j irpose, to satisfy those 'enlightened
necessities' of theirs, by fobbing tho funds
and filling tho foolscap of tho country."
Tho incisive, stylo in which this writor
drew tho portraits of tho Ministers, wns, nt
the time, very highly relished in the com
munity nnd wns tho current topic of
romnrlc in places of public resort, such ns
F. W. Thompson's miction room, Mnkce it
Anthoti's, Stephen Reynolds', nnd other
stores. Beginning with the Attorney Gen
eral Ricord, ho wns thus satirized : " Tho
new comer was a mighty counsellor a
reflection of Blackstonc, Coko nnd Cliitty
nn echo of Latin, law and lingo ono who
wns deep in tho knowlcdgo of tho mpprawio
vcri, nnd learned in tho mysteries of tho
suggcitio falsi a man whose natural abili
ties would havo placed him on n footing
with tho greatest natural ever bom, nnd to
whoso acquired advantages not nil tho
cyphers of nn infinitessimal calculus could
nllix a representative of, value.
Luckily for those of ns who nro now in
power, tho foolish nnd mistaken notions of
simplicity nnd honesty nro now nil exploded,
nnd tho stnto has so far advanced in tho
perfection of policy nnd diplomacy, thnt a
public officer can rropeatcdty writo n false
hood in official communications, nnd when
delected, 'proudly defend it in open court
with tho triumphant declaration that ho
lied ' ns n lawyer,' nnd that this was a part
of his duty to tho King."
'Mr. Richards, the Minister of Public
Instruction, was still more nnmcrcifully
satirized in his character of Commissioner
to Europe as "Envoy Vory Ordiunry of tho
Majesty of Tongataboo," nnd it was plain
ly intimated that Brinsmado wroto nil bis
official letters. But Dr. Judd, ns tho
nckoowlcgcd Primo Ministor of tho King,
was most severely criticized in theso let
ters. His indomitable firmness of char
acter hnd mndo him enemies, whoso bilo
found freo vont in tbo JVcicjc. An extended
(cnricntnro of the Doctor concluded in thoo
words : " As Minister of Finance his full
dress uniform is n broad-brimmed whito
hat, two gold crowns, a big chow of
tobacco, nnd n red ribbon jnst six inches
broad." Mr. Wylio, tho Minister of For
cign Relations, was most industrious with
tho pon. (It is n great pity that an onomy
destroyed his voluminous journals.) Said
tho Tongataboo correspondent "Ho wroto
becausn ho could not help it. It wns a
disenso of his organization. Tho cacotthe
scribtiuli infected every drop of his blood,
and ho must writo or givo up tbo ghost.
In personal appoaranco H. T.
M's. V. Relations bears a striking rosom
blanco to Lord Brougham, especially in tho
pittern of his trousors n fact of which ho
is justly proud nnd that his present full
dress, whou visiting n ship-of-wnr, is n
whito star upon his bronst, two yellow
crowns upon ids collar, a beautiful russet
moustacho upon his faco, nnd n crimson
riband ncross his shouldor, just half nn
inch brondor than tho regulation riband
worn by tho othor Ministers of State."
Bosides tho editorial big guns, there was
n constnnt nro of small-arm communica
tions in tho jVcim, bristlinir with com
plaints of every imaginable sort against
Government otlkinls, from Ministers to
judges down to tho police. Tho King was
nominally "Chief Judgo of tho Supreme
Court," whito Gov. Kukunnaoa was the
Presiding Judgo for tho Island ofOahu,
nud Judgo Andrews wns "Judgo in for
eign casus.'' Iu tho Court of tho latter,
Peter A. Brinsmado instituted n suit for
libel against Jamos J. Jarvcs, editor of the
J'oliitwian newspaper and " Director of
tho Government Press," the damages being
laid nt $50,000. Tho sujt was based upon
certain nlleged slanderous nrticlos publish
ed in the I'olyncsinn, which in Mr. Brins
made's opinion woro calculated deeply to
affect his privnto character, both hero nud
clsowhore. Judgo Androws caused u jury
to bn drawn to try tho case nnd n day was
set for tho trial, but Mr. Ricord, nB coun
sel fur Jarvcs, procurod nn order from tho
King ns Supromo Judge, setting nsido tho
jury until tho question whethor tho alleged
slander was i'i na slander, should bo tried
beforo nnd determined by tho judges.
Accordingly a number of witucsscs woro
examined ou oath " to answer fully such
questions now pending," etc. Some of tho
witnesses summoned rospectfully declined
to taico tins oath, nnu on motion ot .Mr.
Ricord were adjudged guilty of coutoinpt
of Court, nud imprisoned in tho Fort
which wns tho common lock-up in those
days. Among those who wcro thus com
mitted to duranco vilo in chargo of A. P.
Brickwood, Prefoctof Police, wereStephon
Reynolds, 15. 11. Boardman aud John G.
Muun. Dr. II. W. Wood also for refusing
the oath, was lined, the judgo stating lhal
it was ooly because his professional servicer
might bo needed iu the town that ho did
not commit him to tho Fort. Of course
thero was greit oxcitcmont nnioog tho for.
eign residents in consequence of lhco pro
ceedings, (which took jilaco in May, 184G)
nnd Mr. Abell, then U. S. Conbul, made a
formal protest to Gov. Kekuauaoa, and
demanded redress for the injuries inflicted
upon his countrymen, Fortunately there
was uo American, war vessel hero at the
time, to make a ca'siti belli of tbo aflUir.
The result waa that Briusmade was denied
a jury trial, aud his claim wont to tho arbi.
.tratora aloog with the schedule of Ladd it
Co's. grievances. II. L. S.
Cuituh.-I was In error in statins in my lul
that tho iiv. Mr. KlchinU bad a duUculty with
tho crpw of tlio U. S. acliooncr Dolphin, at Laha
Inn. Tin master nml crpvr of llint Tpaapl illd
creato a illstntlinnco and nbont nativo women, but
It was at Ilnnotr.ln, nml tlio quarrel was with tho
Iter. Mr. lllnprmm, In January, 18113. 'Xlio trouble
nt Ijihnin.i ttnrinp; tlio samo year ami from tlio
snmn cnne, wna created liy tho crows of whale
ships, nnd notably liy that of tlio llrttish ship
John Palmer, Opt. Tlarko.
ir. W. SEVERANCE,
Hnwnllnn Cananl it Cnmmisalnn Merchant
' 3111 California St., I'al.. Iloom No. I, ly
Attorney nml Connarllor at Enw,
M fori ritreet. Honolulu.
J. M. OAT & CO., SAIEMAKERS,
.Makcc'a Kite Proof Itlcick,
Honolulu, H I,
SS riaga of all descriptions made and repaired., ly
J. NOTT & CO..
Importon nml Denier a In Stove., Range,
Metal., Ilmifd Hurnl.hlnz (looda, Orockeiyi Olaaa and
China Ware, Practical .Mecl.anlca, Honolulu, II. I.
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
N't. l:l l.lllh.iNlrrrl. ly
Inspector of Wol;lit nnd Measures,
m Deretanla' Street.
45 Ordera fan be left at 1'oIIcp Station. 6m
A. W. RICHARDSON St CO.,
ixroirTEita ami iiKAl.rli. is
Hoota. Stioea, Knrnl.MnE flood", Ilata, Capa, TrnnVa,
Vallaee, Perfumery and Sonp, Waltham Walchea,
Fine Jewelry, etc., corner of Fort and Merchant Mta.,
Honolulu, II. I. 1 If
Wi and 1UI Fort Street.
Picture, of all alria nnd kind made to order, and
Frame of all detcriptiou con-tantly on hand. Alto.
Shells, Coral, and (.'ttrloqltlc of the PaclUc. - ly
Importer and Dealer in Dry nnd Fancy
Good. Boot, Shoos, 4co.,
At the Great Ka.lcrn More, No. il Fort St., Honolulu
E. W. HOPP,
Cabinet Maltor, Dpholntcror, Dealer In
No. RS Klnc Street, between Nmianu and Port Strecta.
Mallrei.ca Lonatamlr on hand or made to order.
THOS. O. THRUM,
Importing nnd Mnnufnoturing Stationer
News Arrant, Booh Binder, &c,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationer), Ilookp. Music. Toy and Fancy Goods,
1 Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. Ill Fort St., opposite Pantheon Stables,
Ilmila nml Mime Jlniln to Order, nt Jl-1 .Itn
trrlnl,iunl nt Itcnioiililc, I'rlpc.
Boots nnd Shoes mado for Cash only
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and 'Wholesale Doalors inGono-
S Makee'a lllock, ljuccn Street. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM &. CO..
Forwarding nnd Commission Morchanta,
14 California St., Han Francisco.
Special facilities for and partieslar attention paid to
2 con.lgnincnlH of Island produce. ly
GHATKIt - OF ICII.AVKA.
W. II. liTJNTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty to cat. a ronnlnc lire, cle.m beds, and the beat
attendance on the Hawaiian Island.
Visitors reijuiriui; any unusual display of volcanic
action will kindly give Mannncr at leat ten riaya notice
In tine wether, una ironreinofn t(
i to thirteen In foul
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer nnd Dealer In Crockery.
Plain and Decoratt'd Porcelain, Cut and Pressed Glass,
silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Kiro Proof Store, cor. King and Nuuanu Sis., Honolulu.
FIIAXK II. AUSTIN & CO.,
Comniiasion Merchants and For
Offlce No. 20 California St., San Francisco.
Conslsnmcnta from the. Hawaiian Islands desired.
The llcst Prices Warranted, and sales Guaranteed.
71 I ly
O. 31 U ELK Ed. O. BNOUXO
G. SEGELKEN & CO.,
No. 5 Nuiunu Street,
Tinsmiths and Plnmbera. Donlen in Store,
ltances. Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Ware, keep con
efimlyou hand a full assortment of Tinware, Galvan
ized Iron and Lead Pipe, India ltubber Hose, Ac, .c.
Watchmaker, Jovtrollcr, Enrpraror nnd
No. SKaahnmanu Street, Honolulu. All order faith
fully caecutcd. " ly
HIGGINS & .TESSETT,
No,. M aud M Klnc -.
ffi - .- ,. Builders, Trim-kaB
T5SaE?men, Painter, VarnUhera E3
All kinds ot Ilepairluc attended to, and 1,-ood work
guaranteed at l.ow H.'le. 8 ly
A. E. SMITH,
41 ronT aTiiEET, inromcn aniiiiiealcii ik
Mrlden Huadrnplo Plalud Ware, Glassware. Klns'a
Combtnsliun Spectacles and Pye Glauses, Ilrackels,
Vases, Lustral Wlro Ware, Fancy snaps, Picture
Frames, Woitculiolm's Pockit Knhes, Scissors, Pis
tols, Powder, Shot and Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Oil, nil kinds ot Machine Needles,
Domestic" Paper Fashions, Solo Agent Tor the mil
Eight Running Domeatio SewluRfMachlna
No. e, neis Mreet, l-'lali Market.
Dailer In Choice. t Tli-cf, Veal, Mutton, Fish, etc.
Family and Shipping Ordris earefully attended lo.
Live Slock furnished to vessels at short notice, and
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. ?l lyr
CHA8. BREWER & CO..
97 Kllby nt., llnitiiil,
Asenti of Hawaiian Pacsets,
General Commiuion Agent.
Special attention slveii to tho purchasing of Good,
for the Haw alian trade. Freights at the low est rate,
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Importer, Manufacturer, Upholiterer,
and Dealer In Furniture of Every Description. Furni
ture Ware Kooms. No. 61 l'uit Street, Work Shop al
llie uiii oi.nii un iiuiti iii
HT- All Order. Promptly Attended lo. 41 ly
H,i.vniTSr, K.tabll.Ufil 14M. j. w, noaciiTaoM
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successor to II. M. Whitney)
Importing nnd Mauutactarlne Stationer
Publisher, New Dealer, Boole
Binders and Pnpor Ruler.
I'J JtSl Mtrcfcjul Street, IIunoliilu.il. I- Mi 50
DIMIIOF to 040..
IIUNULCLU, i I I I HAWAIIAN ISI.A.MIH
1HUW KXOHANaK U.N
IHE BANK OF CAUFOnHU SAN FRANCISCO
-k0 TUL1K lUtSTS IX
rHEMIIENTAI BANKCOAPORATIQN. : : : : 10N0M
-aND tuiin nacuEt w
And transact a General rUnklng Business. tv ly
Walluku Poi Factory.
BEST QUAilTY OF VAIAI MAX
uftcurul cousUntlr. All unlet. Bllcd with dis
patch. K. II. HA ILLY
I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1881.
ED. C. ROWE,
Honae and Slrn Painter, Paper Hanger, Ac
Kit ly No 10 King Street. Hnnolnln. S
WH.'lllUt Ac CO.,
Corner nf Fort and Cncen SleeH, Honolulu,
Lumber, Patnta, Olli, rtalli, Salt and Building
9.ily MatPrl.tlaof arnry kind.
m:..t. ii. AilrtTi.,
OOUWBMJiliOTI. AT 3jV W
M No.l IKiahnmann street.
i". a. MJiiAi:ri:u .v :.,
Importers t Commission Morchnnte
M73 llnnol Mill. Hawaiian Islands. ly
o. . i.ijiti.Tiiniiipi, M. i.,
SnitOEON AND HOMEOPATHIC rilYBICIAN.
Oiric"-Corner Fort and lleretanla Sis., Honolulu,
i:. I. aia-in.
Anctionccr and Commisilon Merohant,
W tjiieeti Street, Honolulu. ly
i:i. noi'rMOiii.Ai:)i:u v :o.,
IMPORTERS A2T0 C0MMI8SI01T MERCHANTS
A1 Honolulu. Onhu, Hi 1. ly
ATWo.xirraiy aw tjaw
It 33 Merchant St.. ror. nf Pott SI. 810 ly
T. T. EENEHAN St CO.,
Importer nnd.Comm!iion Merohant,
S-IS Nniianij Street. Konnlnlii. I!)
a. p. ;i,i:jiionr a ;...
ixroiittna N hi:aiiji in
8.V1 Corner tjueen and Kaaliuiiianu Sltaeta. ly
II. IIAOKI'IOl.lk A. CO.,
OENEHAL COMMISSION AOKNTS,
SI? tjucen Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
A . W . II V S II .
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
ftl' ly HI Fort Street. Honolulu.
MRS. A. M. MEEEIS,
Fn.ahlonn.lilo Dress nnd Clonk Maker,
1UI Fori street. Honolulu, II. I.
KM i.1) ly
IIOI.I.CM Ac CO.,
Ship Chandleri and Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dialers In Clrmral Merchandise, Ouecn
nW St.. llllliollllll.il. 1. ly
.1. "I. tVIIIIi:V, .11. I l. I. jsj.
Dental Eoomj on Fort Street,
OfUce In llrcwer's, lllock, corner Hotel nnd Port streets
H.I ly Kntrancc, Hotel Slteet.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
And Agent for taking Acknowledgments of Instrumenta
4 for the Island of unhu.
oS33 No. 8 Kaahnnianii St.. Honolulu, H. 1. ly
itirti: Ac co
And Importers of and Dealeara In Hay. Grain, and
SI4 General Produce. Honolulu. 11. 1. ly
.IOHI II. I'A'l'V,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of SEEDS
For the States of California and New York. Office at
the Hank of lil-hop & Co., lluuolulii. oSjHSly
.inii t. lVATiiniioimi:.
IMPOETER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
877 Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to toko Acknowledgment to Con
tract for Eahor.
670 3 Interior Offlce. Hon loin. ly
ii. c.jiviivrviti: Ac iiuo'i'iiKK,
GROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY
Corner Klnc and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
i:. O. MALI. Ac nOi,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Dry Goods, Paints, Oils nnd General Merchandise,
SID ly Corner Port and King Stf.
ii. a. r. canTEit.
c.joitra , Jn
C. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
HUBT. LCWtUJ. C. it. COOKE.
1. K IV K It M Ac C O O It i: ,
Succeesnrs to Lr.wr.ns it Dickson,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER
And all kinds of Ilulldlns Materials,
Fort Street, S-Vi ly Honolulu.
S. M. CARTER.
Agent to tako Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Eahor.
Office at P. M. S. Dock, Kaplauadc, Honolulu, II. I.
Ml IS ly
isii.i.i.x.ii.i.n ai co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HA . ARE
Cutlcrr, Dry Gooda, paints nnd Oils, and General
8 IS No. 37 Fnrt Street, Honolulu. ly
W.U. ! . inwin Ac CO.,
Sngar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu. II. I. M9
.11. N. JItl.Mt,ll.n Ac CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WH0LE8ALE DEALERS
In Fashlonablu Clotlilni.-, Hats, Caps, Hunts, Shos,
audu'fr) variety of tlcialemen's Superior Fiiriilahlnu
Gooda. Store Iu Makce's lllock, Gueen Stiet Houo
lulu. II. I. KS yl
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ilrand'a Guns and Ilunih Lonces,
Perry Ilavl.' Pain Killer,
ST, 1 No.4'J Queen St.. Honolulu. ly
''lli:0. II. ItilVll.r..
Late Jamok. Gkeen A: Co.
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
ami ancxT ron
Llojd'a and the Liverpool Underwrltcra,
Ilrlllsh and Foreign Marino lusurnnce Company,
Aud Northern Assurance Ccnipsny. oa.ll ly
CAST1.K it. HATCH,
Attornoya n.t Xuix'w.
W. It. CASTLE. Notary Pnb'ic. attend all
the Courts rf tho Klii;duiii.
Particular attention paid to the negotiation of Loans,
CnnttyaiiclUK, Colli Lthii;, etc. artr Monry lo loan on
Urnce, No. 15 Kaahunianu Street Honolulu, llanallan
Islands. M3 ly
S. M, CASTLE, J. 0. ATllEKTON.
iiitxTi.i; Ac Moui:.
SHirFINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Doalors In Conural Merchandise,
No, 60 Klnc Street, Honolulu. II. I.
The Union Insuranc Company of San Francisco.
The New Kncjand Life Insurance Cuuipany, Huston.
The Oie;on Packet Line. ITha Knhala Plantation,
Dr. Jajrno&hon'aCelebrat-'Tho Haiku Plantation,
ed Medirlr.es. IWalluku Plantatlnii,
WhrrleriL WHsou'tSenlncllUuiaku Plantallon.
Machines. oHSrl ly
Importers of General Merchandise
FlUXCE, ENOLASD, GERMANY, AND
No. SO Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.I,
SlSandSlS California Slrtcl,
tV Particular attention paid to tilling and shipping
Island ordera, ei5 ly
IMVlSTintMT k AGENCY CO.,
MONEY EMANKM N riaMTCI.MI (.
carltles, for lone or ahort periods. Apply lo
W. L. GI(t:e,. Manaxerjiro fa.
0c, Queen bl.,eterO.W,McfuUBCi). 6 II
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
Practical Confectioner, Paitry Cook nnd Baker,
870 71 Hotel attcet.hetwcen Nnnann and Fflrt. 8 ly
:. ;. coiitMiA.'v.
BLACKSMITH AND MAOHINIST
Jltirae Mmclntr, Cnrrlnse nark,
llniilnilon Dtnehlnrry, Ar.
WI Shop on KlnjSlrept, ncatl'asllp A Cooke's, ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKB CO.
f'Pf. NTKAM IIMIINRI, HUG A It JIIM.I
rtltfliR Hollers, Cuolsrs, Iron, tlrasi and Land Castlnis
Mnohlnory of Every Description
r )ladr ta Order
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blaekimlthlng
A8-J0II r011Ks.cutsdnnthsslinrtsstnotlcs. fnasg l
STRATEMEYER & JAMES,
Prnctlcnl Pntnter nml Secornton.Ollrllng,
Qrnlnlnn nnd Eetterlno;.
No. M Hotel St.. opposite Family Market.
. SI7 at ly '
PIANOFORTE AND OMIAK TUNER
nr- Ordera ran he left at T. O. Thrum'a Port Street
and Merchant Slreel Stores. M Em
HOEEISTER 8c. CO.,
Tohaceo nnd Clears; Agents for P. T.otlllard A Co,,
U , H. Kliuhall ii Co's Vanity Fair, Goodwin , Co'a Old
JudRp, lluclianan A Lyle'a Cilebrated Pluir TolucCos,
Crown Perfumery, of London, Hulnplireya' Honiro
palhlcSpeclilc. Ac, ..c. tw
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
Renl Esrtnto Broker & Employment Bnrenn
lteiita llooins, Cottai-es, Houses, und sells nnd leases
Real Kitatc In all palls of the Kingdom. Kmploy.
ment found for those sceklni work In nil the various
hranchesof Imslnes, connected Mith these Islands.
tW N. 11. Legal Iloeumcnls drawn, Mils Collected,
.....ins vim jiLviMiiiiK Hriii, niiiii;eiiLTaiiiiiicc ora irans
acieu, ratromigcsoiicllcil. Commlssli
Honolulu. II. I.
J. W. ilt.lCFAItl.Afft: A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ilohlnson's Flic-Proof tluildlni,
Queen Street, Hunolulil, II. I,
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packrts.
John Hay ,t Co'a Liverpool and London Packets.
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo.
iiaKaiau rianiauon. lino.
Mlrrlees, Toll ,t Wutson. Sucar Machinery.
The Puiilnn Sheep llanch Company.
AND DIlAI.KIt IN
Stationery, Clgnrs, Tobacco &c, &c.
:10 S13 No. la Fort Street. ly
ash. sii riii: iMiiiKsr i.niMsnTKii
f&jp strains, and of all ases. FOR SALK,
uy-jika boxed and delivered to steamer or
schooner, AT MOUEltATK PItlOKS.
Person. vIhIiIisu-(i ntnrl svllli (lie Ilenl Nloek
sir to titiiiriiif- ulint llicy nisss lme,
run liny In pnlrx siiitnklis.
fffd A. Iir.HIIKUT. Hawaiian Hotel.
i'. a. a;iiAi:i-,i:ic.
AUGMTornrrmcn llonrilof Uiulerwrltera,
Aircnt of Dresden Hoard of Underwriters,
Agent nf Vienna Hoard of Underwrltcra.
Claims acnlust Insurance Companies within thp juris
diction of the above Hoards of Undertvrlterswill hac
to be certlded to by the above Ai;ent to make them
valid. ali ly
TIIK AOEST POIl T1IK HIHTISH For
elgn Marine Insurance Company (Limited) has
received instrncllons to Itnilnce (lit- Knle of In.
aurance between Honolulu and Porta In the Pacific, and
la now prepared to issue Pollclca at Iho lowest rntcs,
with a special reduction on frcleht per steamers.
TIIKG. II. DAVIKS.
630 ly Ageiit llrlt. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
FIRE IN8URANCE COMPANY.
The u.mkrni4.m:i iiavimj ni:rx ai.
pointed Asente of the alwvp Company, are pre
pared to insure riska ncalnt fire on Ntniio and llrlrli
lliillillno, and on .ilerclminllne stored therein, on
inn most ravnrnnie terms, l nr pari leniars a!
'or particulars apply at Ihi
F. A.HUHAEFnit A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
1II.TIM1H. JIKUCJIIAMslNn. FIIRJfl.
TURK and Machinery Insured asalnst Fire nn the
most favorable terms.
A. JAIllstlll, Azeut for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tiif. t'Nii:ii.sir..M:i Am: iiii:iAnr.n
to write upon Merchandise, per flrat-clas, vcssela
between this and the Coast Ports, covering loss or
damage. If amounting to 111 per cent, or more, on the
sound value of the whole shipment at port of delivery,
upon favnrablu terms.
niSHOP A Co.
Agents of the Firemen's Fund Insurance Company.
Honolulu. Jan. Wl. 1M1. rff.1 9in
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, Juno SOth 707,307.17
Additional Cash Capital (now belns called In) iUO.IXM.UU
Total Asset 1,117,307.17
rpiIK FJnK.MAr'S FUXD I'SXTlt
X ANCF. COMPANY basis Its claims to lb best
fiatrnnace upon Its souud llnanclal condition, reinforced
y lis accession ot capital, clvlni; It over a million
dollars In assets; lia extensive system of Agencies, In
surliie It n large premium income, without the neces
sity of beay concentration of lines; Its adherence to
the best principles and practices of Underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
For seventeen rears It has been favorably known aa a
conservative- underwriter, and during that time has
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Passing triumphantly through the heaviest conflagra
tions Known Iu modern history.
I1!.MIII A 'o., AKPIIIaj,
13m Honolulu, H.I.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder.
Iteserve J tl.TOU.trjO
Income for lb?Ji
Premiums rccelud aflir deduction of rein
surance , J 5,SU,W3
Losses promptl) adjusted and paid here.
13m IIIWIHIP 4e .. Aen-
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OV BAN VIIANCIHCO,
CASTLE V COOKE, ACENTS
Vor the Ilairalisiu Island,.
Rhonlth Wostphallnn Lloyd
or X. ULADBAVII, MuauUta fruaala.
Aachon and Leipzig Insurance Co,,
r AACIIf.S. (AIX.I.A.CIIAPKM.K.)
A 1.1. t'l.AIMM rmt fAltriLX'l.AK AVKR
AOK au.talned by Hoods arilrlnc here, and In
sured hi the above Companies, have In bo inad with
the cognisance of andcerllflrd lo by the undersigned,
Iu order to be valid, J, 0. UI.ADU, Agent,
TnniGATJOX AFTKR THIS DATE
X laatrlctly prohibited, ezrept between the hours of
at -us., nasi 4 .(. O. U. VUECTII.
Approvcdi -ioprrlotcndcntof Water Work
(Slgnsdl H.A P.clir, Minister of lnUrlor.
llonolttln; April th. ltal lTa ailf
wi ruoa iixch to a isn-Hra. wmm
Dtl by uuLi.a.B a iu,
WHOLE NUMBER 63.
Boston Floard or linilerirrllcrs.
A OKMTS for the ItuvTaltiin fslamts,
J fVi ly CHUKWHII A. CO,
Philadelphia Flrmd of Undcrwrllcrs.
Atr.HTH rtir the llxtTMllan lalnmla,
"' 'r v iiiti:wi:u.tco
WILDER & CO.,
AjreiH lor llin llntrnllmi lalnmla,
Mutual Life Insuranco Co.
OP Nr.W YORK.
Largest, Snfont nnd Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
Assets (isso). $90,000, 000
Now is a Good Timo to Insuro
Ji'ono but Frstclasa risks taken.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
IK OOniMIUATlin, IB.tfi.
7A Oldest Purely Mutual Life limit ance Co. in
llt United State.
Follclea limed on the raoit favorabla Tormi.
r.rtniilc or.Xon.Porfrltnre I'lnn
ISSUUKO AOK,3.- yK.MlH-OIlDINAIlV LIFK
1 Annual premium eonllii'ttes Policy 2 years .1 daya
a Annual premiums continue Pulley 4 years 12 days
:i Annual premiums cnntlnun Policy 6 years 27 days
I Annual premiums continue Policy H years -Hdavs
j Annual premiums continue Policy iu years M days
Jtjmmotm, i 9X0,1300,000!
1mm Pnlil tlironirli Honolulu Aa;rney,
CASTLE & COOKE, AJSENTS
871 foil TIIK IIAtVAIIAK KMHIIS ly
HOBTH BRITIaH AtTD MEKCAHTILE
Of Eomlon nnd EdlnbnrK.
Itssonrcea of the Company as at 3lat Dpcpmber, 1S80!
Iteserve. ...SII,!i7G IB 11
serve 317,057 1G 10
Loss Acc...19,G(3 9 3
Paid u n i' MHItm
JCI.S0I.2I I 0 11
nevrxur. ronTiir Vein ISSO-PlrePrcruIninsand In
K. HOPFSCHLAEOKn CO.,
BW f1" Acenta for the Hawaiian Islands.
'I'llAfl H-ATI. ANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital nf the Compnny.t Itcservo..ltclchsmarkC,0OO.OOO
" their Ke-Icsurancc Companies " lul.oOO.UX)
Total Itclchsmark 1U7,0.W,U00
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company 11 eservo..Ilelchniark8,8,10,CKiO
' their He-Insurance Companies " :I3aXi,ouo
RUCK VERSICHERUNGS GESELLSCHAFT
Capital of the Company franca 5,000,000
rwMtK vxitr.nstuxr.H. op.xtiRAi. aokivtn
- nf the above three companies for tho Hawaiian
lalands, arc prepared to Insure llulidlngs, Furniture,
.Merchandise and Produce, .Machinery, Ac, also hiigar
and Itlce Mills, and vessels In the harbur, against loss
or dsmatcei livflrc, on the most favor tbln terms.
8.11 ly ILlLtCKKKLD A CO.
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
i' o eYu n a
General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
TIIK AIlOVi; I.NUIlANC'i: CIIJIPAXIM
have established a Oeneral Asency hero, and the
undersigned, Uencral Agents, are aiithotlzrd to take
lllaba nunlnnt llin DnliKeraur thr Men is t he
Moat Itranonnhlo Utile, pinrl ost tho
.tloat Pionrnhlo 'leriii.
8H7 ly F. A. HCHAKKKH A CO., General Agenti.
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pionoor Stonm Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Byrnpi alway on hand
r i ixl et rinds
Tut up In A. No. 1 Itedned tingars, hl.hly
recommended for Sea orages.
American, Pronch, English
Mado to Order at short Notice
Woddlng Cakoa Ornamonted
tnthehlghpst Kttloof Art.
Itlch fresh home made Chocolate Cream,, Cocoanut and
Mo. 71 Hotel Hlrect hel. NiiinaiiH null Por
Ma ly qr
.la. 40 fori Itlretil, CO
Will attend to all ordera In the "
CLOX, GUN A GENERAL REPAIR LINE.
He will give special attention to cleaiilii'f, repalrln
le will give special attention to cleaiilii'f, repairing
I rrvul.ilng rtewlii Machines, and all other kinds of
:ht Machinery and Metal Work of eviry description.
Also, on hand and for sale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Maohines
Mnia. I'latola, Mliol, AuaiMUMMIass,
WtaeUae Oil, Jfeedlei, Ac, Ac., Ac
rlewlne Machine Tuckers, Hinders, and all other citra
and duplicate pari, of machines supplied on short uo.
lice, iar Deal Machine Tnltt.-o
Alls Jit in M.i KUdtm or
The Florence tiewlng Machine, from 110 to ISO.
While Hewing Machine, from i to J.3.
Hum. Hhuill. Hewlnaj Macblna, from 1 to tV.
tV-lnrlndlBk' all extras. buO ly
STEAM 1ND mUUMPDMn
TIIK UXOKUSHJXKD HAVE .TUrST
JL received per Aair Turner, from Hoston. a lull as-soiimiiits-f
these celvbrateU Pumps, which art guaran
teed to be chraper and belter lhan any other style, of
pump Imported. W call th attention of planters par
Hciilarly to the Vacuum Pump, which la leas coruplt
cated and mora acrvlcabla than other pnnips.
k7Jiii ntf U IlllKWllll A CO,
The Germania Market
UAH HIlrlM TIIOHOI'lllll.r KKXUVATRB,
and is now conitaully In receipt or tbo beat of
DEEF, MUrrON, VEAL AXU LAMB,
From Choicest Herds.
Pork iUnsages, HoIojkss, Head Chtsse, Oerman
ausaces. Ac. alwava on hand, as also the best of Foul,
trv sad Fl.h,
Our Meats ar all est and pat on In Kastrrn style. All
ordsrs faithfully alUadad to, aad dsllvered In any part
of lb city.
. m IIAUPP A SCIllUDP.lt. Proprietors.
WUi J. UtUUOKB,
TaAaAsMr ot Voossl an4 IsutraaSMltol KnaUa)
Ko. 41 lleislaola Street.
(Ml ly qr t Id
HOLLISTER & CO.
TIKCl LKAVr. TO
INFORM THE PUBL C
Thnt thejr bath nioverl Into (heir
NEW AND COMMODIOUS STOKE,
ko. ns mnTAWu stkeet,
Three doors below their old aland, where may be found
the most complete assortment of
Drugs, Chemicals & Toilet Articlos
IX THE CITY.
Among a few of their Specialties may be found Fnll
Tho Crown Goods
Ferflimos, Soaps, Cosmetics,
AND TIIK CE!,F.ni!ATI.I)
Opaline Face Powder.
These Oonda received Ihe Mshest award at the lata
Sjdney Inhibition over all other competitors.
A ZA11GK ASS011TMENT
OF J01TH fJOSlTEtlS
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
rnniplllno fortlic Complexion nmlTcflh,
LUBIN'8 AND PINAUD'8
Soapt Cosmetics nnd Face Powder,
Especially adapted In (his climate.
A Full I.lneof
Humphrey's llomcoimthic Specifics,
(Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime', for dlelnfcct- '
Agenta-for P. Lorillard & Co' CeTebrated
Tobacco, and Drawing Room
Tobacco and Cigarettei,
Buchanan Lylo's Tobaccos,
Which we have lately Inlroiluced here, and which Ii
rapidly crowing Into favor and demand.
WM. S. KIMBALL CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO AND CIOAHF.TTES,;
Which are so well known all over the world aa to need
no comment from ns.
Goodwin & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AND CIOAnETTEH
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Amonc our One Hundred brands of CIGARS, w
would call especial attention to the
The Favorite Bed Brand, Pedro Muriai,
The Fragrant Stump.
They also continue to manufacture.
Soda Water In all its Branches
Together with their
Importers and Dealers in
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 2IE USUAL S10GK SME&
TIMBER, PLAKX, BOAEDS.
FENCIHQ AMD PICKETS
ALSO; OIV HAfD
A Moat Complete Itoek of
V FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
10LT8. SCREWS. Eto
Scantling ; FUnk, inrface and rough
Hoard, turfneed and rough ; Batlcm.
Picket, Itu.tic, Lattice, UUpboard.
AUIV, I MTUCH,
Faint dan Whitewash llruahea,
MITALLICAND OTHER FAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
f tarn and California Make.
' IAL' IN tlASf ITIE8 T mi
AMD AT '
!OA f.(?KU fOUH CALiraJMaTIA
iu bolus a co