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Reminiscances of Honolulu. No 24.
After completing tho occtipntion of tho
Fori, n filo of French soliliorn wits mnrcliod
to tlio diatom llonno mid Oovornment
ollicoi,tiiicllulinf; tho J'olyncsian I'rintitiK
office, on ilio slto of tho present I'osUolHco
building) wlioro KOtitrios worn jiuituil, mill
dtinng tho ocuiipntioii Oovornment officials
hnd tii) nccean to their office. Tho Gov
eminent printer (tho present writer wns
fbremrui of tho Government press) woro
Font io tho American Mission Printing
office to do noeded work. Tho paper wns
not iasuoil on Snturclny, Scptumbcr 1hi.
During tho forenoon of tho 'Jfith, nil tho
money in tho QoTurtitiiont Treasury had
been "carted tip to I ho Minsion premises,
nml placed for safoty in tho clmrgouf Hon.
8. N. Castle, tio Secular Agent of tho
Mission. Tho King's yacht, tho protty
Jiamthamtha fIL, which had recently ar
rived from Maui and was lying in tho har
bor, was seised by tho French, nnd an
chored tinder tho stern of tho Gassendi.
And coasting vosselrt, ns they canio into
port from tho other Islands, woro similarly
seized nnd anchored, so that in tho cour.se
of a day or two tho man-of-war had quito
a "mosquito Hoot" nudcr her loc, These
Ycsscls (excepting the King's yacht,) woro
nil released after it low days vexatious de
tention, in uonscquenco of remonstrances
by foroigtt Consuls (K. 0. Janion, L. II.
Antlion, J. F. IS. Marshall) nnd tho exhi
bition of proof that tho vessels nnd their
lading wns tho property of private individ
uals nnd not of thollntvniian Government.
Ono schooner, which wns nmong tho first
that was seized, wns loaded with sugar and
producw from the plnnlntiou-of Dr. II. W.
Wood, ntKoloa, Kauai, Dr. E. Hoffmann,
who was .1 relative of Dr. Wood, and per
sonally well acquainted with Dillon, tho
French Consul, wont oil' to tho Gassendi
to endenvor to obtain tho reloaso of tho
vest ol. II o found tho Consul promenading
tho dock in company with tho Admiral.
Tho Doctor was received with true French
hauteur nnd scant politeness by Dillon,
who oxtonded in recognition ono finger of
bis hnud to shako. Tho visit however re
sulted in tho rcloaso of tho vessel.
During tho wholo tiuio of tho French
occupancy, which lasted a fortnight, tho
t Hawaiian flag continued to float, night nnd
day, from tho flag-staff of tho Fort. I
omitted to mention in my last tho fact
that when tho French ontored, tho officer
in command had demanded that Governor
Kokuauaoa should causo the flag to bo
hauled down. Tho Governor's reply was
' spirited, ns wall as sound: "If you desiro
to have tho flag down, haul it down your
self I shall not." And so it remained,
for if the French thomsolvos had lowered
it thoy would have lost ovcu the shadow of
n quibble for denying that thoy had brokou
tho ngrcomout with Great Britain of No
vember 28, 1843, not, on any pretext what
ever,! to take possession of any portion of
too Hawaiian territory.
On Sundny morning a poster, (printed
nt the Roman Catholic Mission) was found
placarded on tho streets of Honolulu. It
read ns follows:
TO 1IIK INIIAHITANTS OF HONOLULU.
A misunderstanding connected with tho
non-execution of n Treaty having oxisted,
for some timo, between Franco and tho Ha
waiian Islands, tho undersigned rcnr-Ad-xniral
do Tromelin came to Honolulu in tho
hope of settling it amicably nnd pacifically.
"With this viow he sought an iutorriow with
tho. King in Council, ottering to hear their
reasons aud discuss the question with thorn,
in a conciliatory spirit. The advisers of
tho King, against whoso arbitrary and unconstitutional-conduct,
of tho Groat Fowers, France, the United
States aud Great Britain, hod already pro
tested, in n collectivo address, on the 13th
December, 1848, thereby binding their re
spective Governments; refused to grant
the conference demanded. It became
therefore a part of tho duty of tho under
signed to forward to them an ultimatum,
rrhtsh they have also roioctcd. In conse
quence thereof, the Fort of Honolulu has
been disarmed by tho French forces, now
in fbo harbor, but the Hawaiian flag still
-waves and will continue to wave over it.
Tho undersigned, who neither aims at nu
occupation uor a Proteotorato, for France,
will hasten to withdraw with tho forces
under his command, tho moment his just
reclamations nre nttended to. In the mean
time, it is his listed resolve to rospect
aliko tho interests of all foreigners no mat
ter what their orecd or country. As far as
France is ooucerned, the convention signed
in 1831) by Captain Laplace will form tho
basis of her rotations .with these Islands.
According to this Treaty French merchand
ise of all kinds will bo admitted at tho uni
form duty of 5 per cout.
Lkooauant de TnouEiw,
On the morning of tho day in which the
French farcos laudod in tho nftcrnoou,
,I)illou with 'his family went on board tho
Gassendi, and remained there for a week.
He might, possibly, have deemed that his
personal safety would be endangered; but
really tho.act wos only in keeping with tho
role of Bombastes Furioso whioh was nat
ural to him. Daring tho wholo timo, from
the first lauding of tho Frouch troops un
til they were withdrawn, Honolulu pre
seuted a scene of tho utmost quiet and
good order. There was not a moment
wheu a French citizeu, of whatever rank,
could not go about tho streets with the ut
most sifety to his person, nod entirely un
armed. Freuoh property was just as se
cure ss it ovor had been, or as that of tho
subjects or citizens of any other Govern
went. But Mr, Dillon fled to the protec
tion of. a war ship, aud before doing so
wrote to Mr. Wyllie that "ho was hiuuolf
forced, in consequence oi ao oosuuaoy
with"which the Hawaiian Govorumout has
repelled the just demaudi, formalized both
in his same aud iu the name of M. the
Hear Admiral, Commander iu Chief, Ac,,
Ac, to evacuate bU house, situate iu the
yalley of Nauauu, and of psasiug, with his
family, oa .board one of the vessels of war
of hit nation." Further adding that
ho held the Hawaiian Government leanon.
aibte fur "damages or deterioration" which
mijht bipntri U eaid proper Wee, the Taller
boas with furniture valued, at $10,000,
and the ChaaaeUerie at $3,000.
FraYioui to the 25th, the Freuch Ad-
VOLUME II, NO. 25.
mirat had addressed a circular letter to the
Bcprcsentativcs of Foreign Powers, setting
firth tho demand that were to ho inn do on
tho Hawaiian Government, nnd stating
that ho should enforce thorn with tho
rrirtuis at his disposal. Joel Turrill, tho
cminontly respectable nnd phlegmatic old
gentleman who occupied tho position of
American Consul nt tho time, was inter
ested sufficiently to respond to tho Admiral,
cxproising in decided terms the opinion
that neither tlio letter nor tho spirit of tho
Treaty with Franco had been riolnlcd by
tho Ilnwaiian Government, nnd protesting
ngainst tho enforcement of tho domnnds in
the maimer indicated.
On tho 27th, nt tho suggestion of tho
Admiral, that n Spccinl Commission ap
pointed by tho King should meet him nnd
tho Consul on board tho Gassendi, to con
fer on questions in dispute, Dr. .Ttidd and
Judgo Leo wcro duly appointed such Com
tnisbioncrs, with C. G. Hopkins ns their
Secretary. Thoy wont on board on the
28th, nnd that day and evening spent tsovun
hours in a discussion which was barren of
On tho day before (tho 27th) Consul
General Miller had hecomo sufficiently
aroused to tho fact that tho French authori
ties woro acting outrageously, ns to send
(ho following dispatch to tho Admiral:
II. B. M.'s Consulate General fob )
Tun Islands of the Pacific,
Honolulu, Woaiioo, Aug. 27, 184'J. )
Sin: Tho Governments of Great Brit
niu nnd Franco having, on tho 28th of No
vember, 184:t, entered into a Mutual Agree
ment in tho form of n declaration (n copy
of which I have tho honor to enclose to
you) by which they mutually plodgcd
themselves never ou nny ground or pre
toxt, or nuder nny form, to tnko possession
of nny part of the Territory of tho Snnd
wich Islands, it was with exlrcmo regret,
that on tho 2uth instnut, I witnosscd'tbo
scizuro nnd military occupation, which is
still continued, of tho Fort, Custom House,
Treasury, Foreign, and other Government
Office) of Honolulu, by dctacltmonts of
nrmod seamen, from 200 to U00 men, be
longing to tho French Naval Forces iu tho
Pacific Ocean under your com m nnd; nnd
.this net, of thus taking nod holding forci
blo possession of a part of tho territory of
tho Sandwich Islands, being, I conceive, n
violation of the mutual agreement entered
into by Great Britain and France, I feel
it to bo my duty, ns tho Itepresontativo of
Her Britannic Majesty' Government nt
these Islands, to protest, nnd I do hereby
protest ngaiust that proceeding, nnd nt tho
samo timo I beg to assure you that Great
Britain will not see with indifference nn ex
erciso of arbitrary violonco practiced to tho
prejudice of n Sovereign and country which
sho has taken utidcr special protection,
whilo she does not seek, bat on tho con
trary disclaims any wish for paramount in
fluence or privileges not enjoyed by other
nations in these Islands. With sontiments
of the highest consideration, '
I bavo the honor to be, tc.,
(Signed) William Miller,
H. B. M.'s Consul General for tho Islands
of tho Pacific.
This spirited nud appropriately worded
dispatch of General Miller, olicitcd no re
ply from tho Admiral, nny moro than did
tho protest of tho American Consul and
the "remonstrances'1 of tho Consuls for
Chile, Poru nnd Donmnrk.
An illustration of tho spirit of spiteful
vandalism that nctuated Mr. Dillon, (who
was tho Admiral' prompter iiji everything)
occorred at tho Fort. At the very time
when tho King's Special Commissioners
worn engaged on board tho Gassendi in
consultation with the Admiral with a viow
to coming to somo amicable undorstandiug
ns to tho settlement of questions in dis
pute' the French in tho Fort wero busily
at work jn dismounting and spiking tho
guns, nnd' in throwing 60vernl huudrcd
kegs of powder iuto the sea. For weoks
thereafter, tho beach in the neighborhood
of the Fort nnd rtt Fisherman's Point was
black with tho gunpowder washed up by
tho sea. Not sntUticd with spiking tho big
guns several of which wero vory hand
somo brass ones, of ancient nnd curious
pattern and workmanship thoy labored
with hammer and chisel to cut oil' the
trunnions of a number, so as to prevent
nuy possibility of their over boing again of
any use. In tho Governor's office and resi
dence, which stood on the ramparts, theso
French barbarians destroyed all tho furni
ture and household utensils, wroto obscene
nnd insulting words in charcoal on tho
white walls, .nnd otherwise conducted
thomsolvos like beasts.
"Lea bravoa Poarsuivantes" ob thoy
inscribed themselves iu bold letters on tho
Governor's walls got a scaro oue night.
A lot of our residents, boon companions,
nnd among thorn that Priuco of jokers,
Fred V. Thompson wcro assembled at
tho French Hotel, on Fort street, kept by
Victor Chaucerel, a Frenchman. Tho
French officers mado this thoir head-quart-en
when, oil' duty. Fred nnd bis co-conspirators
proceeded by winks aud smiles,
with uow nnd then a word dropped about
'the Fort," nud "midnight" nud "guns
and pistols," and "short and sharp work''
to arouse tho tcrriblo suspicion in tho
minds of the officers that nn attempt was
to bo made that night to re-capturo tho
Fort. Oue by ono tho Frenchmen left the
hotol nnd went back to tho Fort, watched
on their way through the darkness by tho
chuckling conspirators. Soon thero war,
nn unusual racket iu the Fort. Drums
boat aud lights wero scon carried hurriedly
about. It afterwards transpired, greatly
to tho satisfaction and amusement of those
who had a band in the hoax, that the
French had really anticipated being nt
taoked that night, bad posted doable seu
tries and lay ou their arms till morning.
II. L. S.
BT THE LATEST AXBIVALS
fltUM NAN rKASU'lMl'tt
K IIA.VK KEClCmiD A TiAltOK
1 f au'liiiou in our lormrr .. u "! .."... . i
bhlpbtorvs, 1'tovl.loni, c, dc, which lilrn us tu
OrMtMt AsMjrimwt f Good
Kept oii tune Islands, "all et which will bs sold t ths
Lowest Market Prices, ss usual. Our frljuds and tht
ouumc generally are nsuecuHy '"yggn'ygp"
J A thread to .vouch. Boul8 4 co
H. W. SEVERANCE,
Hnwiiilan Contnl As CotiimlIon Merchant
7 aHH-'nlltornla Ht., Crtl.. llnoin No. 4. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON.
Attorney at Law, No. 13 Kiuhumanu Street,
8t lloNOM't.tr. 65 lr
Attorney unit Counsellor nt Lnw,
ly l.b Putt Httcct, lloiiclnlu.
J. M. OAT & CO., SAILMAKERH,
Jlnkce' I'lriM'roof Hloclr,
Honolulu, II. t.
S!i I'liRr of all tlc-crlptlon inmlf nml repaired.. ly
J. NOTT & CoZ
Imporlnm nml Denier in Stove. Rnngcn,
Mctnl", limine I'lirnltMnsr Mood, L'rixketjr, Mum nml
Clilnn Ware, l'rncllcal Mccl.anlci, Honolulu, II, I,
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
6 Xo. lit I.lllllH HlrrM. ly
JNO. H. BROWN.
Inpector of Weight nnd Memture,
IU! HrretntiU Httert.
45 Onlcra ran lie toft nt Trillcc MIMlon. Cm
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.,
iruiiTKiii ami iitAt r.M m
Hoots, Nhoci, Viirnlf hliii- (loud, Hit., Cail, Tcnnlci,
Valine, I'erfumerjr ami So.ii., Waltham Wntctmn,
Vino Jewelry, etc., cottier ot l'utt and Merchant Mix.,
Honolulu, If, I. My
W- R. CASTLE,
ATron.waiv iVT X.A.-VV
and Notary I'udllr. Attend all the Court of the
S37 Klngboin. ly
Importer and Denier in Dry nnd Fancy
Qooda, Boot, Shoe, &c,
AttlieOrcat Eattcrn Htorr, No. tj fort St., Honolulu
L. W. HOPP,
Cabinet Sinker, Upholsterer, Denier in
No. M KIiir Street, lictHrcn Nminnit nnd Fort Streets.
Mallrei'eca constantly on linnd or mado to order.
THOS- O. THRUM,
Importing nnd Manufacturing Stationer
Nown Acont, Book Binder, &c.,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery, Honks, Music, Toys and Fancy Goods,
1 tort Htrcc.t, near Hotel, Honolulu. ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. HI Fort HI., opposlto Pantheon Stables,
Hoots null Nlioes .llitilc li Order, of flrtt Ma.
terlnl.ntiil nt Itensjiintile I'rleCN.
Boots and Shoes mado for Cash only
M. S. GRINBAVM &. CO.,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in Gono-
3 Mnkcc'n Mock, ((ilccn litrect. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO..
Forwarding nnd Commission Merchants,
214 California St., Han Francisco.
Special facilities for and partlcslar attention paid to
J consignments of Island produce. ly
GRATER OK OF ICIXAUEA.
W. IT. 17KNTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty to eat. a ronslnc fire, clean bed, nnd the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands.
Visitors requiring any unusual display of olcanlc
actlou will kindly .Me Manarcr nt least tun days notice
In fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen In foul
FRANK 11. AUSTIN & CO.,
Commission Merchants nd For-
Omco No. SO California St., Han Francisco.
Consignment from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The licst l'rlcea Warranted, and bales Guaranteed.
8T1 4 ly
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer and Doaler in Crockery,
Plain and O-coratod Porcelain, Out and Pressed Glass,
hllvcr Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Fire Proof btore, cor. Kinz and.Nuuaiiu Hts., Honolulu.
A. M. HEWITT,
Freickt and General Shipping Clerk,
HT All order left nt E. P. Adams' Auction Room will
ho promptly attended to.
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Engrarer and
No.GKaahumauu Street, Honolulu. All orders faith
fully executed. Si ly
A. L. SMITH,
44 rilttT BTIIKET, IKIMllTKn ANUUEALintN
Mrrlden (Quadruple Plated Ware, Glassware, Klucs
Combination bpectacles nnd Kye Glassts, Urackets,
Vases, I.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture
Frames, Wosleuholm'a Pocket Kulves, Scissors, PU
tols. Powder. Shot and Ammunition, Clark' Spool
Cotton, Machine, Oil, all kinds of Machine Needles,
"Uontestlc" Paper ahluiis, Sols A;cnt for the uni
Light Running Domestic) Sewing Machlns
Mo. O. tui-mi Mrevt. Ftsli Market,
Dciler iu Choicest lleef. Veal. Mnttnn, Fish, etc.
Family and Shipping; llrdeis carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to eele at short notice, and
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. f I lyr
CHA8. BREWER fc CO.,
U7 Kllliy Nt.. IKialou.
AgenU of Hawaiian Facxets,
General Commiuion Agents.
Special attention given tn the purchasing of Goods
for tho Hawaiian trade. Freights at the lowest rate.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Importer, Manufacturer! Upholiterer,
and Dealer In Furniture of Kvery Ilescrlntlou, Kutnl-
. 11....- It......... KI.. ill I..... u.ut U....I Ul.... ...
IUIV il.ir liuutl)., ,, ...,. .,L-V 1,IH HU,')I U,
tho Old Stand on Hotel Mrunt.
1ST All Order. Promptly Attended to. 41 ly
bzsxioz1 b ao.,
IIONOLUMJ, lilt 1IAWAIIAM IHLAHDH
, DllAW UXCHANUU ON
1HE BJUU OF OLIF0HNU. : ; : : SN FRUNCISCQ
AMI TUEln 4C1CST3 1.1
. New York,
rHEOIIIENTal BUNK CORPORATION, : : : : LONDON
asu Tium llllAru. ix-.
And transact a General Hanking Business. B33 ly
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
JLXaEtvee Iiotot ECetir
OF TIIK NBW CROP. ALSO,
Whole ami Ground Hurley, Oats, Bran,
atd Aftfa May.
Ws carry tha largest stock of Horse Fed In this
Kingdom, and are always prepared tu till all order,
with sLCiistuiued promptness, and
AT LOW KATES FOR CASH,
tVsrtiraln Ground to Order.a1
Wheat, Corn, Cracked Corn, OII Cake. Middlings,
Mixed Feed, tic, always un band.
LAINK A CO.
Wailuku Pol Factory.
TJE6T OUA.'MTY OF 1AIAI MAX.
XJ ufactured constantly, All orders tilled with ills.
auk. li. II. 1IAILKV
tj ly Wailuku. Maul
COMET TEA I
OOLONG ft KKQLISH BREAK
FA8T. la l. M. Japan Tea. Sums riry too
tullty. Also, Osochoni and olbtt Black Tea.
un t')M mala: m
Wor 1Mb, W. ' '
I., SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 18, 1882.
ED. C. ROWE,
Honsn and Slr;n Painter, Paper Hunger, &e
W ly yu 107 King Htreet. Honolulu. J
Corner of Fort and Cuccn Uleets, Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nulls, Salt and Bulldlns;
8'itly Mutnrlalsnf avorT fclnrl.
I'. A. NCHAIM'lIIt Ai. CO.,
Importors ACommlsalon Morohants
B7H IIuiiiiImIii, Hawaiian Islands, ly
. m. tjuiviiTinxM. ni. 11..
SUR0E0N AND IIOMEOFAIlllO fHYBIClN.
Onice-Corner Fort and lleretanla Hti., Honolulu,
'ti. I. AI'A.IIM,
Auctioneer anil Commisaion Merchant.
g) (Jneen Hlreet, Honiilulii. ly
f,i. it4ri.s;iii.Ai:.'i:it a. :.,
IMPORTERS AND C0MMIE8I0N MERCHANTS
oX'JO llDiiolnlii.Caliit. H.li ly
T. T. LENEHAN & CO
Importers nnd Commitsion Merchnnta,
faT Nuimnii Htrett. llnniilnln. 1
a. h. ;i.i.JiMitj Co..
iiit'iuiTKna AHt uri.f.nt t
GonorAl IVTci'Joj Ajictissao,
BfO Corner (jtieen and rjaahiiinanu Hlteets. ly
II. alAJU-i:Lk Ac CO.,
OENERAL COMMISSION AGENT
tn Queen Htrret,, Honolulu, II. I.
A . W . 11 I'tsll.
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Urocery and Feed Btote.
817 ly Ml Fort: Street, Honolnln.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker,
101 Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
MS at ly
IIOEil.sUN Ac CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dealers In Oeneinl Merchandise, (laeen
fc.1I M., lloiinliilii.il. I. ly
j. in. Wsiiii:v. si. i., i. to.tt.
Dental Rooms on Fort Street,
OMco In Ilrecr's,llliicl(, coiner Hotel and Fort fctittts
t'Kl ly Kntrniice, Hotel attict.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
And Agent fortaklng Acknowlrduiucuts of Instruments
for the Inland of Unhu.
oSDO No. 8 Kaalinnianii St.. Honolnln, II. I. ly
liAIAi; A. CO..
And Importers of and Dealeara In Hny, Uralu, and
8-11 (lencnil Produce. Hunolnlii, II. 1. ly
JOHN '1'. WAXIlItlkOUMi:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN OENERAL
677 Queen Street, Honolulu, II, I. ly
JNO. A. HASSINOER,
Agent to tnko Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Labor.
bTU 3 Interior Oltice, lion luln. ly
(i. i;. .nciATim: & unoiiUiH.
fiEOCEKY. PEED STORE and BAKEEY
Corner King nnd Fort Streets, Honolulu.
i:. O. llALti it. KO..
IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Dry Uoods, Paints, Oils and General llt-tthaudlse.
Ml ly Curner Fort and King Stf.
u,x. r. CAHTEn.
C. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
r.oDT. Lr.wKnn. f cm. iookk.
IMFORTJiRS & BKALKKS IN LUMBER
And all kinds oraiulldlng Materials.
Fort Street. frTa ly Honolulu.
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con-
tracts for Labor.
Office at P. M. S. Dock, Ssplioade, Honolulu, II. I.
88C IS ly
ItlJ.I.tAUllA.-tf & CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWABE
Cutlery, Dry Uoods, Pulnts and Otis, and General
80 No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu. , ly
WM. . Ill win Ac CO.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu, II. 1. SM
.11. N. UKlNllAUltl Ac CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashloiiaulu Clothing. Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes,
and every varluty of tlenilcnieu's Superior Vurulsblug
Hoods. Store In Makuu'a Illock, Queen btiet Houo.
lulu. II. I. eMyl
A. W. FEIRCE & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHAMTS
Brand's Guns aud Domb Lonces,
Perry Dayls' Pain Killer,
888 1 No. 4U (jneen .St., Honolulu. ly
TIIEO. II. DAVIKN,
Late Janion. (Ikikk i Co.
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
and Anr.M rnn
Lloyd's and Iho Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company,
And Northern Assurance Ccnipuuy. oito.1 ly
Importers' of General Merchandise
FHANCE, ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND
No. M Merchant Street,
Honolulu, II. I,
Sit audits California Hired,
PrT" Particular attention paid to ailing and shipping;
S, X. CAHTLK. I, B. ATIICIITON,
BHIPPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Oaalars In Cenoral Merchandise,
No. SO Kluf Street, Honolulu, II. I,
The Union Insurance Company ot Ban Francisco,
The New Kngland Life Insurance Couipauy, Ilotton,
The Oiecon Packet Line.
Th Kohala Plantation,
llr. Jayne x Son's Celebrat,
Whi-elcr Jc Wilson's Sewing
ius iiaii.ii riauiaiion,
WE HAVE ON HAND,
AHtt AKE XaTAN'ri.V MEt'KIVINU
Hay. Bran, Oats,
Corn, Wheat. Oil Cake Meal,
Mixed Feed Cracked Cons,
Whole aad Ground Barley Ve,
Which w will sell l-OH tlABIf. lower than any
other arm Iu tjwn. Notl,ATKIl.ciislomsollcltcJ.
We hav recelvnl vx h4lakaua, 3 of i'uliuan Co.'a
latent UprluK Carta, whkhsreln creatrtesiand; these
carls aru superior to anythinE of tho klad herviufur
.Vrl H.IV, li.VVUUH, ..V, .... .
Ml am LAISE A CO.
qMIR UNIlKlttHONKI IS 1JIK-
X pared to translate, llh accuracy aud dispatch,
and ou reasonable tirui..
Beeds, Iseeses. Ac, Ac,
From Enallih to Hawaiian, and tics tvria. Sesldtuct'
No. 47 Emus slrset. alar bo fmiud at th Law Cc of
lion. A. a. Htnwtii, oariau ousmass sours
M. L. SHELDON
COLUMDIA RIVKB SAIiMOK, IN
barrel and half barrels. For sal. by
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baser,
B70 71 Ilntelslreet.hetiveeii Nnnann and Fort, a ly
C. 4.'. COItK.IIA.l.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
Jtorssi Khorliiu;, Cnrrlnirr Work,
I'lniilntloii .Mnelllnrryr, Cl
861 Hhnp on King Street, next Caslle .tt'ooVe's. ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
4ftPft ."TRAM KNtllfr.H, !ILl,Ml Nlt.f.H
nfcltrsfa. Il'illn s,CVg.n, Iron, Ilrais and L.ad Csillnis
Maohinory of Every Dooorlptlon
-Msd to Order -
Tartloular attention paid to Shlp't BUekaniltlilng
lfj-n WOllKsseeuledontlieslierlnliiiillee. (oii'Sly
OEO. C STRATEMEYEK,
Practical Painter nml Decorator, Glldlnp;
Ornlnlnp; anil Lettorlnp;.,
No. 60 Hotel St.. nppusllp Family Market.
L'lANOFOIlTE AND ORGAN TUNER
'7C7 0r:'' n ho left at T, O. Tlirum'a Fort Street
and Merchant Hlreet Wlores. U Cm
IIOlflilSTER & CO,,
anii txi'onT.na or
pathlc Hpeclflc, Ac, Ac. 8M
JOS. E. WISEMAN,
Renl Estate Broker fc Employment Bnrenn
llents llooins, Cotlnjes, Houses, and sell: and lenses
Heal Kstate In all pjrls of the Kingdom. Employ
ment fouud for I hose seeking work In all the various
branches of liuslne's connected with these Islands.
-iff" ."-Legal Documents drattti, Hills L'olkctol,
Hooks and Accounts ketit, andL'entralomce work trans
acted, ratronago solicited. Conunlssloua moderate.
Honolulu. 11.1. ai (mi
W. .UACFAIIIiANi: At CO..
1MP0KTERS AND COHHUSIOlf MERCHAMTS,
lloblnsoti's Fire-Proof Ilulldlng,
Qnecn Hlreet, Honolulu, II. I.
The (llasgow nnd Honolulu Line of rackets,
lohn Hay ,t Co'a Lherponl nnd London Packets.
Tho tvalkapu I'hintnllnu.
The Spencer Plantation. Hllo.
Ilakarau l'lantntion, Hllo.
Mlrrlees, ! nit ,fc Watson, Hngnr Machinery.
Tho P1111I011 rheep Ilanch Company. 857
AND DKALEJt IN
Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco Ac, Ac
SO SIS No. IJ3 Port Street. ly
f. a. M;u,vi:i'i:it.
AtlllNTorilreinen ISnnritnf Umlertrrlters,
Auentof lire. den Hoard of Underwriters,
Agent of Vienna IJoaid of Underwriter-.
Clnltna against lnsurnnro Companies ulthln the Juris
dktlou of thenuovu Hoards of Undemrlters will hate
to bo cerllOcd to by the abotc Agent to make tlifiu
valid. 81. ly
TI1K AOEST PUR TIIK BHITIS1I For
elgn Marine Insurance Company (Limited) has
received Instructions to Itciliice Ihn itiitrx of In-
suranco between Honolulu and Ports In the Pacific, and
Is now prepared to issue Policies at the lowest rales,
with a special reduction on freight per steamers.
TIIKU. ll. DAV1E8.
S8j ly Agent llrlt. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TIIK imm.RNIUXF.Il. IIAVINU IHSKN AP.
pointed AQ.inta of tho above Company, are pre
Jarcd to insure risks against fire on Minn nud llrlek
lollillliK. and on Hlvrchniiillfie stored therein, on
tha moat favoraolo terms, i'ot particulars apply at the
office of Wily F. A. SCHAKFfikifc CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BIW.IsIXaM. HIIHCIIANDI.HE. 1'IIIINI.
TUItE and Machinery Insured against Fire on the
most favorable terms.
A. JAEGt.il, Ae,cnt for tha Hawaiian Islands.
THE t'NUKRNIUMCn AKi: I'RKPARF.n
to write upon Merchandise, per ftrst-claaa esscls
between this and the Coast Pnrts, covering loss or
damage. If amounting tii 111 per cent, or more, on the
sound valu-of the whole suipment at port of delivery,
upon fuvorablu terms.
BISHOP & Co.
Agents of tho Firemen's Fund Insurance Company.
Honolnln, Jun. 30, 10. Stir, 3m
A Leading Home Company.
Assets, June 50th $767,307,17
Additional Cash Capital (now being called In) llW.OOO.Ol)
Total Assets 1,117,307.17
TIIT5 FIKKMAN'8 FQND INSUH
ANOE COMPANY basis Its claims to the best
patronage upon Its aound financial condition, reinforced
by He accession of capital, giving It over A million
dollars In assets; Its catenalvo system of Agencies, In
surlujr It a lare preinlnin Income, wlthont tho neces
sity of heavy concentration of lines; Us adherence to
the best principles and practices of Underwriting; by
open, fair aud clearly expressed contracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
For seventeen years it has been favorably known as a
conservative underwriter, and during tlut time has
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
Passing triumphantly through tho heaviest conflagra
tions Known In modern history,
Bismol A Co., Aareiata,
13m Honolulu, II. I.
THE LIVERPOOL I LONDON ft GLOBE
Unlimited Ustbllity to Stockholders.
Asset , , $al.W,100
Incoino for ISTU:
Premiums received arter deduction of re' In
surance , $3,383,3
Losses promptly adjusted aud paid here.
1 am MIWHOI' Co.. Agssla.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OV IAN VUANCIMOU.
CASTLE ft COOKE. AGENTS
71 T h Hswallam IaUaas. ly
HhonUh Wastphalian (.loyal
r M. ULAIIBAl'll. Mkenlsk Prassla.
Aachen and Leipiiglniuranoe Co,,
W AACIICX. (AIX.I.A.CHAPEI.I.K.)
AXiI. I'LAIMN rOH PAHTI41II.AK AVKM.
AOK sustained by Uoods arriving here, aud ln
sured tu the abovo Companies, have to bo made with
the cognlsancuof aud certified to by tht undersigned.
In order to bs valid. J, C, ULAUK, Agent.
INVXITMEMT k AGENCY CO.
KKV l.Ar1CI MM VIIMT-CI.SMI
chii,i.s. iuv lony ur .nori prrious. Apply 10
. .. wns.e.4,. MauauerprorfM.
Office, Qaesu rt.. over U. W. Macfarlaua a Co. is if
A Isrre assortment of Fruits, Meats, Flsb,
Lobsters, Claws, Uystrra, Bhrlmps, Ac. '
at received, and for salo by bULLUU 4 Co,
LIME! LIME I
EX BKTXK WRESTLER" AFR1L
m, mi. rofssUsy 94 hollisaco.
1XTBA Mill lllf I
7Ln,'Jc?.. "'"IIK""! ARints for 1'. Lorlllard A Co.,
W. 8. Kimball li Oo'a Vanity Fair, (Inodwln Cn'a Old
Judge, lliichaniui Si Ljle's Celebrated I'Iuk Tobaccos.
i.uiiuu 1, jiuiiiiiiirpTn iiuinru.
WHOLE NUMBER 77,
BnMon Board of llndtrvrrlfers.
A KT for the Hawaiian Islands,
- 7 . nnnwnit A CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
ACJKJtTS fttr the llawallsn tstnnrlt,
f.'W 'y V. IlHKWKlt i CO
WILDER & CO.
Honolulu, Ilavvnllnn Islands, lien
rent ARrnts of the
Mutual Life Insurance Comp'y
OI' ! TURK,
Largost, Snfost and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD J
Cash Assets, over S9O.C00.00O !
anr Kor Information concerning Ihn Company, and
fo r Hates of Insuiaucc, apply to VYILUKK A Co.,
t'en'l Aaents, or
, 1., if ior..iiA,
H, illclllng Agent.
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
F 0 li, T U N A
General lnsuranceCpmpany of Berlin.
mim ahovr ixsukaNi-c coiriPAHim
A have established a Oeneral Agency hero, and the
undersigned, Ucncral Agents, are authorized to take
Hlslss aKftlimiltir. Itniisrcrnnr lhr asnt the
Host Reasonable Kates, nurl on the
M cwt favorable 'I'crin.
8Wly r.A.SQHAKPEK A CO., General Agents.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MAS
IJHIOni'DllATKI), 183 5.
7 he Oldest Purely Mutual Lie Insurance Co. in
Me United Stutes.
rollclei Iuned on tho moit favorabl Terms.
r.xninplr or Xnu.rorrrlture I'lnn
INSUItKD AOC.K YEAItS-OKDINARY LIPK
1 Annual premium continues Policy 3 years .1 days
J Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years !2riays
a Annual premiums continue Policy b years S7days
4 Annual premiums continue Pulley 8ycars4A days
& Animal premiums continue Policy 10 years 59 days
A-SBMotsii. i 913,000,000!
Losses Paid tlironirh llniiolulu Areucjr,
CASTLE & COOKE, AJENTS
B7i rnn the imwaikk hi.au iy
NORTH BB1TI3H AND MERCANTILE
Of London and Edlnbttrg.
Established 1 80S.
Itjsonrces of tho Compuuy as at 31st December, 1880:
ltesene....8IL27IS 19 11
servo 317,0)7 IB 10
Loss Acc..39,CCS 9 S
Paid up WO.OOO
1UI,1U3 C It
ItEvaxci! ron Tnx Yrxn 183'J-Flre Premiums aud In
E. HOPPSC'IILAEUEIl CO.,
8C8 Ml Ai;euts for the Hawaiian Islands
Til A MS- ATI. ANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Qampany A Ileserve..Relchsinark C,0uo,C00
" their Ke-Insuraucc Companies " 101,050.000
Total Itelchsmark WiptifiOO
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company &neservc.. Itelchsmark 8,B30.OtX)
" their Ite-Insuranco Companies " :t5,0t)il,)0
Total Itelchsmark ,830ioo
RUCK VERSICHERUHGS GESELLSCHAFT
Capital of the Comp.iny francs 5,000,000
f IIB HflsKRNI!Kn. K?I KRAI. AGUWTH
. of the above three companies for the Hawaiian
Islands, are urcpa;cd tn Insure Ilulldlngs, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, Ac, also Sugar
and Itlcc Mills, nnd vessels In the harbor, against loss
or tlamugo hy Arc, on the most favorable terms.
WWy II. IIACKKELD A CO.
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMPS
THE TJXDERSlOJf ED HAVE JUST
received per Amy Turner, from lloston, a full as
sortment "f these celebrated Pumps, which are guaran
teed tn bo cheaper aud bi'tter than any other style of
pump Imported. We call tho attention of planters par
ticularly to the Vacuum Pump, which la less compll
en ted and more acrvicable than other pnmps.
tmsm 13 tf u MtEWER A CO.
THOSE VEltY I)ESI11ABI.E M.
Premises kuaunaa " ULULANI." Knlao-ff.
kahua, lately occupied by 11. II. W., Commissioner,
.lames Hay Wodchonse, Esq, The buildings havo Just
beer, thoroughly painted, iiapcrid, and ctherivlse Ira
proved for (lie .benefit of the tenant. Government
water Uldnn, besides having a windmill, with a supply
ll guod suect and ckai IicaUhy water, which has been
maljzcd by Pror..Thiimn,on of tha Challonrer Expe
dition, and pronounced by him the best he had seen
sli.ee he left England,
If or particulars, inquire o
tT 61 JAB. H. LEMON.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
A NO Alsli PARTIES EITHER IN
lluu-iti... at any of the Islands In the Uroup
In Want of Employees
Will plea.a make their wants known to the under.
Igued, who Ylll do all In their power to nil their orders,
P. C. JONE8. Jr. 1
J. 11. ATIIKHTUX, J- Employment Ccmmltlee
II. P. DILLINOIIAM. J Y, it. 11. A. S7 ST4 Om
Nos. 7 aad 78 Hotel Strtat,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietor..
Board by the Buy, Week or Transient
loda Water and other Ieatl Driake
MmIi ierred in rint-CUt Style
at aix Henna.
nENItYJ.HAKT. 887 0 EH.IB A. 1IAUT
AlfW ANNOHTSir.4TL lMLXCMsIt)
sous very nae UowU or oalo by
M BOLI.K8 A CO.
fMANVI.ATKI. 5'HIWHK AMI t'UI
tK NtK hv (W) BOLLKSi
KAWAIIAW FIA I
A XAllOK CONSIGNMENT IN 50
Vm Half bjr
CONilGKMKNT OF Al, HA.
G. BREWER & CO.
HATE JUST ItECEITED, PER
American Bark " Ceylon,"
THE FOLLOWING LIST
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
which is now orrunr.D ron sale
UPON EASY TEttMSa
Steam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Frnnklln Conl In ck, lor Family Use.
ISO drfitrca test,
Ont Nniln, 3d io 40V
Lnnlcrnn, Obnrcoal Irona,
Hnnl's Axes, Hunt's Hatchets,
Tnr, Pitch, nosi'n, Turpentine,
A CUOICE A8S0BTMEENT OF
co NsiimNa or
Corn Starch, Tomatoes,
Boston Baked Beans (Genuine),
Fancy Crackers !
Huckin's Tomato and Mock Turtle Soup,
Ham and Tongue,
Mnle and Ox Cnrts,
OwltiR to the larRo stock of raerchandita In tha
market, we propone to sell this conaJgnment
At 1'rlccs that will Salt oar Customers.
8 1 c. MaVEWEBt ak CO.
Importers and Dealers in
or Ati KixBa.
LARGE AND WEIL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 3jBE USUAL S100K SIZES
T1MBEI, PLAHr, 10A1DI.
PEXCIXQ AID PICXETI
ALSO; OIV HA.Ir
A Moat Ceaaltta Itaek of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
10IM. SOBIWI. lite
DRY REDWOOD !
Scantling j Plank, surface aad rough
Boards, snifacod and rough ; BatUna.
Pickets, Hustle, Lattice, Olapboard.
Paint and Whitewash Irua,
WTALIHJ l WDt NINTH
DOORS SASH BUNDS
f atarn ame) aalKarnls Msha.
I'M MLE II WlMTiTIU TS HIT
asM aaai .
' ULOt'KSANdMAif llOUlls;' '
"sK3fe(M LisSiii-k! , Ai'ijtWsssV
sii, : ..jt-Ii.
&sla!lJlliL'Maiai w ,J Jt i . . - AVb .