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VOLUME III, NUMBER
HONOLULU, JHL I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
WHOLE NUMBER 108.
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
mm srraiiros $5.00 ik i mime.
$6 50 10 $7 50, according la their destination.
Subscriber! and Advertisers will please address
THOS. G. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
P.. C. DAKH it the only authorized agent for
the "PRESS" In San Pranclico.
Publication office It at 6 KaaliumAnu street j Hd
Itorlal room! at .6 Merchant itreet.
EEMXSCEXCES OF HONOLULU.
Atiotit the time of the anti-Juild agitation in
Honolulu (July and August, 1853), which mi
manipulate!, and fostered liy the "Committee
of Tlilttccn," there wan also .1 strong parly of
which somcof thesniil Thirteen were the secret
promoter In faor of the annexation of these
islands to the United Slates. In f.ict, there nl
wa)s has existed a small pirty here "(alrta)s a
viry small and short-sightcx. one,) who seemed
to believe that the greatest possible good that
could befall these Islands would lie annexation
to the American Union. Thus, during the
month )f August, 1S53, a memorial, pretty ex
tensiscly signed, was presented to the King
(who was licIicsciHo fas or the project), asking
that negotiations lie at once opened with Mr.
Severance, the American Commissioner, with
a siew to ceding his soscrcignty and dominions
to the United States. Information of the
memorial being speedily communicated to the
llrltlsh and Trench Representatives, Messrs.
Miller and IV-rrin, those cscr cxitahlc gentle
men became at once trebly excited, and in a joint
note demanded an audience of the King and
1'iivy Council, for the purpose, as they declared,
"of expressing our sentiments respecting some
recent occurrences sshich we conccisc deeply
invoke the sovereignty of the King and the
independence of the Islands.
On the 1st of September, Messrs. Miller and
I'crrin were received by the King in Council,
when a "rimonstrancc" was read in English
by Gen. Miller, and in I'nnch, by Mons.
I'crrin. I quote: "May it please Your Ma
jesty, we, the representatives of Great Ilritaln
and France, beg leave respectfully to intimate
to Your Majesty, that we are fully informed of
the extraordinary course adopted by some
American merchants, landed proprietors, and
other cltircns of the United States connected
with the American Protestant Missionaries,
residing on Woahoo the General always per
sisted in selling Oalm thus, because Captain
Cook had done so, with asiesvto induce Your
Majesty to alienate jour sovereignty and the
independence of these Islands, by immediate
negotiation for annexation to the United States;
that we are aware, also, of the countenance and
supiiort that a memorial which these gentlemen
base addressed to jou, to the aforesaid effect,
has received from high official functionaries
at Honolulu, all of which proceedings have
given rise to considerable excitement among
French and llritish residents.
"Under these circumstances, we consider it
our duty to remind )ou that Great llritain
and France have entered into solemn treaties
with the Sandwich Islands, by which treaties
Your Majesty, your heirs and successors arc
bound to extend, at alt times, to French and
llritish subjects the same advantages and priv
ileges as may lie granted to subjects or citizens
of the most favored nation; and that the joint
declaration of ICngland anil France, of the 2SO1
of November, 1S43, was founded upon the
clear understanding that Your Majesty was to
preserve vour Kingdom as an independent
"Therefore, we declare, in the name of our
governments, that any attempt to annex the
Sandwich Islands to any foreign power what
ever, would be in contravention of existing
treaties, and could not be looked upon with in
difference by either the llritish or the French
"Vc beg further to oUserve that, in accord
ance with the Hawaiian Constitution, Your Ma
jesty could only alienate our sov ercignty and is
lands under ccrtnin circumstances whicli cir
cumstances have not occurred and that no mon
arch whatever, according to Vattel and other
writers on international law, has a right to
alienate his kingdom, or to enter into a nego
tiation with that view, without the concurrence
of Ids people.
"Ye, therefore, consider that the time has
arrived fur us to remonstrate; and we do hereby
remonstrate against Your Majesty liecoming a
patty to the scheme recently got up, or to any
other project which existing treaties and the
Hawaiian Constitution do not sanction.
The circumstances made which only "the
King could alienate hV) sovereignty, aliove re
ferred to, were contemplated in Article 39 of
the Constitution of 1852, which read as follows:
"The King, by and with the appioval of
His Cabinet and 1'rivy Council, in case of in
vasion or lelielliou, can place the whole King
dom or ajiy patt of it under martial law; and
he can even alienate it, if indispensable, to free
It from the Insult and oppression of any foreign
power." Ths tirst clause of this Aiticle Is re
tained in the present Convolution.
The inference contained In the " remon
strance," that Ameilcan Protestant Missionaries
were prominent movers in the memorial to the
King for annexation, was a totally Incorrect
one. It was not piesrnted to or signed by any
of the American missionaries, and was so
stated by the Hon. S. N. Castle, in a pub
lished tetter, dated Sept. 3.
Messrs. Miller and I'crrin were officially In
formed that the King would duly consider their
joint memorandum. A copy was sent by Mr.
V)llie o Mr, Severance, U. S, Conunisioner.
That gentleman rcstxmded in a somewhat
lengthy dispatch, sonic extracts fiom which
may lie interesting reading after the lapse of
thirty )cars. After acliiowledtng the courtesy,
Mr. Severance saldi
"You are aware that the Government of the
United Stairs lias never made any projiositions
to His Majesty t Government to annex the
Islands, though the matter has undoubtedly
engaged the attention both of the citizens of
the United States and of subjects of the King.
To me it i not surprising that the merchants
ami landed proprietors,' whether Americans
or others, should perceive great commercial
advantage In such a connection, considering
that the principal part of the; commerce of the
islands ti with the United States, and that the
Islands must look exclusively to the Pacific
coast of the United States for a market for
their products and the means of paving for
thaii' heavy Imports. I perceive, then-lore,
nothing vevv extraordinary In the project re
inonsttatcd Vjjt.init, And if now, w at any
future, lime, It shall be found lobe undecidedly
Th"hlili bfecial functionaries "were supposed 10
U MteM. Ju44 and AntteWvajf aud Judg. Lea.
for the interests of Willi countries to unite their
sovereignties, I am unable to perceive any
treaty or moral obligations on the part of either
to forbid the desired union, or any good reason
for foreign Interference to prevent it.
"1 he right to cede or acquire territory, or
to unite two independent nations by compact,
is regarded as inherent In all independent sov
ereignties. It has certainly been practiced from
time immemorial, The power which can cede
a p.nt can cede all the parts, Modern history
abounds in examples, and none more than
Hnglish and French history. Annexation is
neither n new thing nor rare in our days, as the
Turks and Aral of Algeria, the Caffres of
South Africa, and more than one hundred and
thirty millions of jieople in India can testify,
people it is hoped who may be benefitted by
the change, but whether so or not, I cannot
admit that annexation by voluntary consent is
any more illegal or reprehensible than annex
ation by conquest. Hut whether it lie done by
one process or the other, the United Stales can
have no colonics. Whatever territory is added
is but an integral part of the whole, and sub
ject to the same national constitution and laws.
"The txftilitnty of union with the United
Slates I do not propose to consider at present,
for I have no authority to say that the United
Slates will consent to any terms tint maybe
offered; yet I have no doubt if they shall be
offered they will be frankly received and duly
considered ; but no sinister means of accom
plishing the object, however desirable, will re
ceive any favor from the United Slates."
Hut the annexation fever' of 1S53, like simi
lar maladies which had preceded it, though it
ran high for a time and caused controversy and
hitter feeling in the community, soon passed
off. II. I., s.
A new international canal is to be dug across
the isthmus of Kraw on the Malay peninsula,
shortening by some 800 miles the sailing dis
tance between India and Japan or China. Ves
sels are now forced to make a detour through
the straits of Malacca to the south within .1 few
degrees of the equator; but the new canal will
cut the peninsula at aliout 10 degrees north
latitude. The I'.ikchau river on the west coast
already furnishes anchorage for the largest ves
sels, and by dredging can be made navigable
for 40 miles into the interior. lly culling for
eight miles from this iioint the river Tavounc
can be reached. It empties into the gulf of
Mam, and will nave to lie ilrcilgeil 37 miles.
The cost of the canal, which will be alioiit So
miles long, is estimated at 1,000,000, and it
will be completed, probably, in 1885.
The question is often asked whether prohi
bition is really enforced in Kansas, and I asked
it of Gov. St. John. He thinks it is, to the
extent of diminishing the sale and even the
manufacture of liquors; and it is true that the
Kansas breweries, except one in Lawrence have
been closed. Hut I am told this was due as
much to the cheapness of manufacturing beer
in the great breweries of Milwaukee (whicli
aim to crush out the small breweries) as it was
to the prohibition amendment of the Kansas
constitution. The sale of liquors of all kinds
goes on in Lawrence, Topeka and Atchison
probably also in Leavenworth and other large
cities, as steadily as ever, but it is less public
than formerly, and I think the law has dimin
ished the amount sold to the same buyers. Of
1-uuok, us Mil. injjiuitlliWII Ul lxail.l1 llllllTUMV,
the whole amount sold grows larger, but
there is far levs drunkenness visible here than
in Missouri or in most western states. A new
sobriety of morals is seen in Kansas more than
elsewhere, indeed, an old resident here said
to me, "Kansas is New England over again."
The insurrection in Corea, resulted in the
slaughter of the queen and heir apparent anil
13 ministers of state and other dignitaries, al
though the king is said to have been spared.
The uprising is under the leadership of the ex
regent, uncle to the king,, who has now usur
ped the throne. Many Japanese were mass
acred nnd there is a jiossibility of war between
the twq nationalities. Japan acted with
promptness and prudence. A naval and mili
tary rendezvous has lieen established at Shi
menoseki, the nearest port to Corea. A fleet
has been sent to the scene of disorder and
troops have been gathered to await the develop
ment of affairs. Reparation must be absolute
and unconditional or war will follow. Admiral
Clitz, commanding the United States naval
force in Asia, has telegraphed to Washington
that Coniodorc Shufeldts treaty with Corea
has been rejected. He asks that a ship of war
lie sent to Corea and says Mr. Young, our en
voy to China, will nvsi'iue diplomatic contiol
of the question.
Character is made up of small duties faith
fully performed, Smizts.
CD, C. ROWE,
uovsi: .,! siox vaixtkh.
I'AfBK IIaNG.K, CIC,
a; Klug street, Honolulu.
pHARLES T. GULICK,
Al.KNt TO rsKK ACkNUMLmolMKNTS TO I.AUOK
GENERAL IIUSINI'.SS AflENP,
Office In Mackee'a Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
inanu ween. Honolulu a-iy
RS. THOS. LACK,
No. 79 Pi.fcT Sta.Er, Honolulu, II, I.,
Importer and Dealer in
ArnJ ttenulfw I'AK IS, AlTACHMKNTS.OIl. AND
Accristtrtev AKciu iur me will II-. ami the
LIUIU'-KUNNING NKW IIOMK
Machine. IIiMiini't Machine
Coil k el It Sttk In all colors aitd Suck, lUiLouiVi Unca
'Uutatl, CtaiVt O. N T Mac,hm Cotton,
Agcut fwr Mm DcuiorefcTft
Reliable Cut Paper Patterns,
And iniUktMtUxiL Ialcr In
Itrvuh'fVH, (Iiiiih and
Shot, Powder. Caps ami Mrlalic Cartridges. Kerosene
iuote.. til all sire. Clearance kale of Pipe., tlgar
Holders. TutstoCO, etc. No reasonable offer
STOR HOUSE PARLORS.
ASIOK HOUSE DINING AND
Numbers 7 arid j Hotel Street.
ltoaap as Tilt Day, Ws(k, 0 Tkniiut,
lltlluiils Ciiis Cifairttietaml lobacco, SoJi Water
amt Ulisr lce4 diiiika. MeU served in
AT AIL HOl'kt,
HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS.
SUiliV J. IIAI J-V (lilt A. HAST.
FOR SALE. THE KOA WOOD TOP BAR,
HUtk Walnut luck bar and hxturet fueiaeity used
u U HoteL lusjuiie M Ikt Hotel Otoe. 10 u
A1TILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOIlXlir AT I.Alt',
38 .MRRCMANt SrmtRT, HoNnlL'Ll', ' jo
ATUHl.SI'.V .IT ..III'
No. 14 Merchant Street, Honolulu ij
I IOIi. KY A r l..t
Ami Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
t& I oar Sraprr. HosoLt'LU, 1
.1 ritw.viiv ,t votrxsr.u.on at i.au:
RS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN,
OmtK cornrk Fort anii IIrrptania 5m ,
TNO. A. IIASSINGER,
Intfrior Orncr, Honoli'U',
Afinxr 10 taki: Acustiwi.r.ixn:-
iiiriile In Cotilrtirti far l.ultni: 3
TNO S McGREW, M. D.
' I'llV.SKJtAX iiml ,Sl!lllli:X,
Hotel street, between Fort and Abt(e.l rtreets.
Prom 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 to 4, ami 6 to 8 p m to6-tf
JOHN H. PATY,
" Honoivlu, Oaiiu, 11 I.,
XOTA It V I'ltlltAt: A XI) tO.ll.Vt.S.HKIXIlIt
For the States of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of lliihonft Co I
Q M. CARTER,
HllNOI UI.I', II I.,
AOI'.XT TO TAKI! ACKXHWt.nnUK-
tnrHtM In VtiHtractn In t.ilhnr.
Office at Pacific Mall Steamship Dock. Enplanaile. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HONULUIU, II. I.,
ih'.xtai. itooM.s o.v roitr srunv.T.
Office in Ilrcuer'ft Illock, corner Hotel and Furl
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street 1
Ttr IIAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu, II I,,
1'iirsiciAX ash svit;tiutx. ori'ivt:
tlf.l fori Slntl.
Office hours from 10 to la a. 111, and 3 to 5 p. in
Residence 195 Niiuanil blreet 49
JsT B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, H I ,
1'iirswiAX Axn siritaiiox,
'lelPrllONK Numifk 149
Office hours from 8J4 to ioJ a. m ; lA lo 3U p in
Office and residence number , Kukui street,
corner Fort street, 51
ILL. AM TURNER,
t A nil Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tiuii. (Formerly ol ban Francisco, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
QukfnStkekt, Honolulu, II. I.t
ijii'OKTMt axi jh:. 11,1:1: tx ai:x-
TJ T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nluanu Sthfet. Honuiulv.,
JMI'OitTKitS AX It VOJUUSSIOX MEK-
TWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 FokT Stkekt, Honolulu,
FAsitioxAUi.t: mtr.ss ax cloak-
No. 50 Fort Stkkt, Hunoi ulu,
aiioviut axi vuovisittx ii:m.i:i;.
Family f Jroeery and Feci! Store. 1
UTM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SVUAit FACTO US AXi COMMISSI OX
A (' III H,
LLAU S! NRCKKLS. WM. C IRWIN.
r BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
SIIII'FJXtJ A XI COMMISSiOX JIKK-
II. A. l CAKTKK.
I. C JONhS, jr.
T-ILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fokt STKKitT, Honolulu,
IMI'OItThltS AXi liEA Li: US IX It A -
tvitn; Cuttrry, TouIm,
I'amu and Oih, ami General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, H, I.,
SUIV CUAXM.EItS AXit COMMISSiOX
Agent for IIrAnd' Gun and I tomb Lances and Fcr
ry DaviV Fain Killer. i
T AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COMMlSSntX MEItCIIAXTS IMVOIt
tt t'M untl JtratrtM In
Hay, Grain and General Produce. 1
No. 79 .VUkCiiANT SrmET, Hunoi ulu. II. I.,
i.iii'oitrr.iis uf anxnitA 1. mi:iiviiax-
iIImt frum fntner, A'riffifni,
Ccrinany and the United States. i
ai6 anihiSCaiii'Ohnia Stnkkt, S. F.,
iriioi.KSA i.t: nitiwKus.
Particular attention aid to filling and shipping !
and urderw i
T OUIS ADLER.
Nt'MbRK 13 Nt'UANU SrKKKr.
MAXVfAVVllUf.lt AXIt ItKAI.KIt IX
ituulf itml .Sinea uf rvrry Itmrrliilluii.
Indies' and Cliildien'i wear. My stock is woilh)' of
Inspeytion. Friers very low. 31
T WILLIAMS & Co.
loj ano 104 Fort STRUT,
I'liurotiitA vii 10 a itrisrs.
Pictures of all lttk and kinds made lo order, and
fiaines of all dewritioiit constantly 011 land. .Mm)
Corals, bhcllt aiut Curiotilir of the Pacific. a
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
HOMILUU', 11 I.,
DriiUri lit l.uwirriniii(f klmh of IImIIiI.
I III Miilrrlnlt, J'dluli, Ola, Xilllt.rlr.,
Aficntl of schooner.
Haleakala, Kulamanu. Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UUaraa. Pauahl and Leabl.
M Kutlnton'. Wliatf. 1
1UIISS A. M. PRESCOTT.
Niubir 3, Kikt'i Simir,
TEACHER OF ELOCUTION,
MUs lrcacott ill tt j4cicd lo hiaVc cnuietiu
for tmtliC eiittHAirunciil or private puiic. ijj-mi
D1SH0P X Co.
IIONOLVU', H. 1.,
Draw tcrunS.04Hh. BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
tu risuciHa, anu ineii agenit Ml
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION of
Loadou, aud their tranche, in
Sydney and m
And iraoaan a geittnl tiaiiUoc Bvuiucu. 1
T EWERS A COOKE,
(StccFSww, to Lfsvrm & Dickson,)
iMvonrr.ns axi m:ai.i:uh tx i,r.w-
hrr 11ml alt html of lhtlti)lntl Mtttrrlat.
Fort street, Honolulu, II, t. i
r? 0. HALL & SON,
Cornrr Fort and KincStrppts,
iMvonrr.its, ih:a iauih ix if a hii
tt ?" r OihhIm, 'fitix,
Oil And General Merchandise. i
IT W McCIIESNEY & SON,
uLtTitr.11, minis, jaiajhv, axi
Anent for the UojalBonp Company. No. 4s Queen
itreet, Honolulu, H, I. 9
r C. COLEMAN,
HrtNOLUlU, H. I.,
ItLAVh'SMiril, MACItlXIST, CA II
rlitjfp ttitth, lluvjtt Shoe hi if,
Flantntlun Machinery, etc. Shop 011 King street,
next ta CaMte & Cooke s. 1
Honolulu, II. I,(
1 m von run axi i)i:aia:ii ix stoves,
ItuuofM, Mtfah, 1 1 oil mv Eurtitnlthiu
Good , Cioclccry, China nnd Ghware, I'ractlcal
t M, OAT & Co.
" lIONfMUI.l', II, I,.
SAIIr-MAKEHH. I'hAilS OF A 1,1, UV.
rrl$ittou until famt rrjmlmt,
, Jaofi hi A. F. Coole's new fire proof tmilding, foot of
Nuuanu Street aS
HoVOLLtU, II, I.
FIOXEEIt STEAM VAXhV MAXVFAC
tin'i unit llitkrry.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ilaler.
Numti7i Hotel street, hetween Fort and Nuuanu
S- ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Struct,
TIXSMITJIS AXI PIAIMHEHS, HEAL-
rr.i tn Storm, Ititnum, 'Tin,
Sheet Iron and CoppcrWare J keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Tinware, Galvanized Iron ftud
I .tad I'ipe, IndiA Kuhter Hose, etc., etc. 3a
T W. GIRVIN,
J Wailuku, Maui. II I.,
COMMISSIOX MEItCIIAXT AXI OEX
vntt Ihittft' In OuihIm,
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicine,
Perfumery uud Glasswaie, t
LJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hunoi ulu, II. I.,
STEAM i:XOIXES, IIOII.EHS, sua A It
Mllh, Cooler, Iron, llrttMt
And Lead Castings. t Machinery of every description
mide tot order. 1'aiticiilar attention mid to Ships'
l.lirksnmhiii. Joh work executed on ttie f.hurlc.l no
T H. ROGERS,
Uo. q Kaaiiumanu Sthrkt, Honolulu, H. I ,
WATCH AX1 CLOCK MAKEIt,
ltHtirhii a Sjxrioltf.
FstaLIWhed 1851. 1
O ". MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Numiikr 11 Nuuanu Stui-kt,
TAtLotusa or KvmtY di:
sorption tanc to ovitvv
Men's, 1jo)s and jouihs work. 1
MaNUPACTUKKK AND iMfOHTRK OK
LADIES' AX1 VESTS9 HOOTS,
ShovSf (waiters, etc,
Prices reasonable. Corner Maunakea and King
streets, Honolulu. 1
Nuhhfr64 Hotkl Sthfkt,
MEALS SElltrEl) AT ALL
tours of thu titty,
Special terms for regular boarders. 1 he only sulta
Lie private room in town for Indies.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
No. 82 Nuuanu Stkfrt, Honolulu. H. I.,
GOLD AX1 SrijVMt irOHKEIt,
Watchmaker and Jtepairer,
Quility gooil and cheap prices. In stock a variety of
Clocks, Vatchesand Jmelry.
T H. NORTON & Co.,
Na 13 Maunakka Stkket,
llurnr abort ny, Shoe remoenl ami ntlklmt
of Jltarhmnlth Work itont to artlrr.
Carrbce makitivT and rcnauinz dune Lv comnetent
workmen. Mr. M, Murray, well known for his tiupc
rior uoikon carrbt;e, will be found here. 'Iltc best
hornvshoer in the country works at tnU place. ios-,r
ChATKK Of KlLAUKA.
II', if, LEXTX, MAXAUEIt.
Visitors miuiring any unusual display pf volcanic ac
tion will kindly cite the Manager at least ten da no
tice in fine weather, and from eTeen to thirteen in foul.
iin... ... . . ....., r. i - 1 ...1. 1 .1. t ..
1 istiiij 111 Ul, i luusiiij llir, vicail USTU), HI1U IIIC UC
attendance on thu Hawaiian Inlands. 5
Nik 6 Quurn Si-rust, (Fish MAKkKT.)
OKA I A: It IX CHOICEST JIEEF, MVTTOX
Teal, Ftith, ttc.
Family and Shipping Orders rare fully attended to.
.t stovk furniUicd to veuel at khort notice, and rg
ttaMes of all kind supplied to order. 34
A L. SMITH,
Jmkktk anp Dkai.kh in
(U.ASSU'A ItE, M Eltl HEX SUA E It l'l,A
ttil Ware, llratketm, Vane,
King's Comliinatlon Spectacles and K)efiUues,
Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy boaps, picture Frame, Pis
tol, Wostenliolm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shut ami
Ammunitioti, Clark's Sjioul Cotton, Machine Od, all
kind of Machine Needles. MIoinestic" Pajwr FaUiiuii-i.
Sole agent of the unlvcnally acknowlcdtfd
LtKht-Runnlng Doiueitlc Sewing Michlne,
No. 44 Fort street, Honolulu,
p E. WILLIAMS,
Imi-okikk anp Pkalkk in
FVItXITVItE OF EVEItY DESCMVTIOX
Also Vilott ere rami Manufacturer,
Funmurv Warcroonu No. 109 Fort street, Woik
Utop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
Si. tended la. 43
A W. RICHARDSON & Co.
IlH-vlRTSKS AND DlALKRS IN
hoots, shoes, Firitxisuixo aooosJ
IIuIm, I'ajtM, 'Trunk, FalUeg,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wall ham Watches, Fine Jew
elr, etc., cur, of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, II. I. 1
"plIOS, G, THRUM,
lUfORTLNQ AND MANUfACTURING
STATIOXEII, XEIMAilEXT, VitlXTEH,
Aitd puLJidur of tlw SlTt'RtiAV pRass,and Uanusi
an ArrianAic mmt Ammua, Merchant street Ikal
rr In Hue Stationery, llouki, alutlc. Toy and Fancy
Goods. Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
HONOLUL", II. I.,
HEAL ESTATE UltOKEIt AXO EM F LOT
meat It urea a.
Kent Kwuis, Cxugrs, Houses, and mJU and leases
Kcal taatt In all pans of the Klncdtfin. Empkiymcnt
foUtaU for Mhmc seeking wofk In all the various branches
u iHUUtess connecteu wttn inew lUantls. Legal Uucu
laents ttran. IhUs CoUected. Ituolts and Accxmiihs keot
and general ofUe work Uauhacted. Patronat kJi cited.
i.uuiusMons mouerait. x
f W. MACPARLANB Co.
Qliik .SrkT, HohOH.li', II. .
Iiiit'urltrt anil Vvmmltoit JfrrrAuHia.
HoilntoH't 'lr-jire' MwlMlNtf.
Th. CUago ud Honolulu Lin of Packed
R. MtlNTYRE A IIROTIIEII,
Con. Kino anii Port Sts., lln-intuLt ,
HMiriniv axi .: smiuu
QiitkN Smir, llns-oi.t li, II I.,
Of.Xf.ltAli ViniMISMin.Y AIIKXIS. 1
- no. STRATEMHYER,
HllMIILIU, II. I.,
vit iotii'ai. VAi.wr.it, itr.citiiAion,
IIU1I1 r, Ihnlnrr nml lAllrrrr.
CD, tlOPFSCIILAEGEIt & Co.
IIONOLtLf, OAlll, II. I ,
IMViniTf.HS AXIf COM.UI.iHKIX Jllllt
P A. SCIIAEPER U Co.
llonnt('tt, Hawaii sn Islands,
.If VIHll I'.IIS AXI fd.UMI.SSIDX .11 Hit'
dm . . .
ILDER ft Co.
Cor Iort anii Qi'ikn Sts., Hijnolvlii.
i.VMiir.u, VAixr.s, im.s, xaii.k,
mill llllllilltlll Jhllrrlillm n( I I'd' . III'. I
P P. ADAMS,
OVmcn 3rrnmr, tlomjttitir,
AVurtoXKf.it axi i7.if .vf, N vni.v Mint.
A S. CLEGIIORN & Co.
IstltlRTKKS AHtl ItRAIRRS tN
af.xfAtA 1. .vr.itviiAXiii.it:,
Corner Queen ami Knslinmsini Streets. Honolulu.
DOLLES tt Co.
QUHFN STRRKT, lIONOLULtl, II. I.,
.sfff p viiAXin.f.its axi vommissiox
lmiotters an.l Dealer, iu General Alerclianilise. i
TNO. II. BROWN,
to Ukrrtania Stkeft,
1 xs vr.iiTiut or wr.io n rs axii
Orilers can Iw left at the l'ollce Station.
S. GR1NDAUM & Co.
Maivrk'h ItUKTK", (Juki Strekt,
tMFOUTEItSAXO IVIIOLESA LE OEAI,
em In (leitrrat Merehnnittue, i
No. 111 Fokt Sikrkt, Honoiulu,
tt'Al CUM A KElt, . 1: U'ELEIt, EXO ISA
rer, ami IHantonit Sitter.
All orders faithfully executed. 3a
1WT S, GRINBAUM & Co.
m Calih.knia St., San Francisco,
roitu'Aitoixa axo commissiox
Special facilities for and mrticul.ir attention aid to
consignments of Utind protluce. 1
No. 114 FokTST.,oirostTHPANTiiroN Staiilk,
ItOOTAXH SIIOEMA KElt. HOOTS AXO
Shoe matte to onler.
Of bet material at reasonable prices, and foi cash, a
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOtKSALK ANI KfTAIL
intvaaisTs AXit roiiAccoxisrs.
So. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H, 1. 1
No. 18 Nuuanu Strrkt, Honoiulu, H. I.
Practical 7 tt others, Cas-jltters
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. 1
Hotfl Streit, Honulllu, H. I.,
DEALER JX LAJHES' AXJ
Cent's Shoes ami Gaiters,
Try my it ore, after one transaction ou will 1 sure
to come acain. Kcpairmg done to order. Formerly of
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strfkt, Honolult, H. I ,
(o positk sailor's iiomk.) .
C USTOM li O O T A Xl S HO E
Good work ; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatcd.
Tf H. OEDING,
Express and Draytuau.
Freight, Packages, and llagcage delivered to and from
all juris of Honolulu ami vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moin Furniture, with
WAGONS KXPKKSSLY FOR THU PURPOSF..
Telephone 86; residence aj5 Punchtiowl street.
OlTicc 86 King street. io6-tf
DAILEY & Co. .
Ureal W-Cent Store: I Somethlnf Xetvt
Ten thousand d liter ent articles; ccr)thiihi IO centt I
Come ami neet at
OM Stand. 109 Fort street. 106-31..
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animal,
treated In the most practical and scientific manner,
DISEASES OF TUB HOOF A SIKCtALlV,
Residence 85 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. j-t
r F, WOLFE,
HONOLDtU. II. L,
tlltOCEUV, FEEO AXO FltOVISHh
Would like heads, of fatnilie hoarding house keepvrs
and otliert to louw that he at all limes cllt at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and igoodi promptly
delivered 111 any wrl of th city or suburbs. Number
109 Kin (f Street, between AUkca and Fort Sts. 31-6111
I30STON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS,
C, IIKm'RK A Co.,
Agent, for the Hawaiian Island.
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. BKKII'JtK & Ct.,
Agent, for the Hawaiian Island.. r
NION MARINBINSURANCE COMPANY
or ban rrancl.co.
CASTIS A- COOKE, AGENTS,
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG PIRB INSUR.
ance Compuis; of Hamburg.
Ilulldlnfi, Merchandise, Kurnilure and Machinery
Insured against rir. on the uvM favorabl. term.. 1
DREMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
K A. SCIAEfEK Cd., Agtnlu
AImj agent, for the
, Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriter..
Fur In. Hawaiun lilandb
D HENISH WBSTPHALIAN LLOYD
Or M. Glaiacm, Khnih I'kl'ssia.
Alt ilalio. for particular average sustained liy good,
artivtag hcrc( and insuretl In the above Cohiimov, have
(a t luad. with the cognuanc of and cc?lineu to. by
the underslgMd. J. C. Clad.. Agent.
AACHEN AND LEIPZIG INSURANCE
All claim, fur. rdrtlcular avera(. uuulnod by good,
airlviug here, and itMured In the above Cuuifiany.tiave
to b mad. uh tne cogtuaarc U and eeitincd by lh
undesigned. J. S-. bilee, Ageut.
TJORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
F, A. SGlAEfSt fr Ct., AGEXfS.
The abov. luurauc Company, La. euablisncl a
Goiaral Agency here, and Ih. urlcrwgncd. (ietieral
Ageau, are eurWWd 10 ul. rW' agatoj tUdangut
ul th. Seat at Mm bum rtawwU. r-alct and pa lU
Hal (avonU. UMM.
(I.aib Jajin. Onrfs & to)
IMVOttrFAtt COMMISSIOX MEIWIIAXT
ami Attrtit for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
llritish and Foreign Marine Insurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company. i
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Detlin,
1 .YCiM7-AA' Ce.t At,R,rs,
lh above Insurame iumpciny has established a Gen
eral Aoenry here, and the nbuvedened, General Aitents,
are auttioriretl to take KUks against the danger of the
Seas at the most rensombte tate, and on the most fa
QCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
j stcnrrungs oeseiiscnatt ot Winterthur,
ALA'MLD 5- C., AhCMS
Capital of the Company fran, s 5,0110,000,000
'Hie Agents of the above CompnnV. for the Hawnitan
lO.i ml s, ore prepared to Insure lluildings, Furniture,
Merrlmndise and Prixlucr, Michlnety. etc ( alv Sufrar
and Uicc Mill, and vessels in the lnrlor, nuainst loss
or ill mage by lire, on the lno.t favorable term. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
Aticc Company, (Limited)
TlthO. . I)AllhSt AGtiXr
'I he above nent Ins received Instructions to re
d nee the rates of Insurance lt,.vecn Honolulu nnd
Ports In I lie Pacific, anil U now prcpired lo issue poli
ciesi at the lowest rates, with n sjKciat reduction bn
freight per steamers 1
HAMDURG-UURMEN FIRE INSURANCE
, A. iSCIAnrhK A La, AGK TS.
'Uie aliove firm having Icn appointrd agents of ibis
coin piny ate prepared to Insure risks against fire on
Mono and imck iJinMings an.l on .vierclunuisti stored
therein, on tho most favorable term.
apply at their olhce.
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg
. tlACKFKrj) & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital and Reserve . Rejchsmark 6,830,000
their Ke Insurance Companies, ' 35,000,000
'the Agents of the aliove Cotnji.iuy, forlhe Haw ail in
Isluids, nre prepared to iti-.ii re Itiuhhucs, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machincrj. etc, alio bucar
and Rice Mills, and tcsscU in the harU'i, ojtainst loss
or damage b nic, on the most fasorable terms. 1
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. UAVKVMA) & Co., Agtntt.
Capital and Itcserse . .Uekhsmntk fj,oiM,ooa
" their Reinsurance Coniunies " 101,650,4x10
Total . Rcichsmark 107,650,000
'Hie Arc tits of the aliove Compiuy. fur the Hawaiian
Ulands, are preitared tonnstirelhuldinj;, Furniturr,
Merchandise anil Produce, Mailuner), etc., al-to Sugar
and Rice Mill, nnd csm:Is in the hubor nKainM Ions
or dam.ice by fire, on tlie most favorable terms. 1
MUTUAL LIFEINSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
tl.DER iV Co., ACKXTSt
LarteMtf Safest ami toott Erommtteal Ufv
limmanve Coiiiimnjt tn the tt'oihl,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90 ,000,000.
For further infornnlion cnncertnng the Company,
and for rates of Insurance a, ply to the Agents, or to
J. II, Wiseman, Soliciting Agent, t
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Flro Imuran co Co.
Snhirrlhett Capital - - - - $,1,O0O,tHtO
Thcnloc Company liave now established an agency
ln-r. mill nrn isn't nreit In l.-aLt tivLs mi liriin
erty of es cry description within these
J. T. WA'ILRIIOUSi:, Jr.
ASTLE & COOKE,
No. 80, KiNGSTfifc.nr, Honoiulu, H. I.
Shipptnt ami Com ml ft it on Merchant,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
'I lie Alexander & It aid win Plantation.
R HaUiead, or Wnlaluu Plantation. a
A. II. Smith it Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Mnuu
'I he Haiku Sugar Compan).
The Koltala Sugar Compan).
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing- Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal MacMnes.
The New York And Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes & Sons Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Glbb's, Singer Manufacturing Company
and Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
IHSIOP& Co., AGEXTS.
Vnlitnttctl l.tahUitii to St och It ol iter n.
Reserve . .. 6,750,090
INCOMK I-OK 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance.... $ 5.38.9S
laps promptly adjusted and nid here. t
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-
ance Company ot Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Lire Insurance
Company in the United States.
VtillclrH IhihiiI tin Hit iiiiihI runiruUlrTvriiiH
KXAMrLK OF NON-rOKFUITt'K? MAN '
Insured ace 35 carv culinary life .lan :
1 Annual premium continues Policy a yean, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy a years, ia "
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, .7 '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy , years. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy loycurs.so "
AnnetH, - $l;t,nim,HHi.
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000
MREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE
Company of California.
ESJOF 6- Co,, AGEXTS.
LOSSES PAID OVER, , joo,o
The lAHtwt Vavljlc Count Co,
Dwelling risk, a specialty, detached dwell
ings and contents insured for a period
of three years for two premiums
in adrance. ; we also write
upon merchandise per
Utwceii tlili putt ami li.. coast purta, cuserinj lusi or
uUousei. if amauiuiof to msco per cent or
more on the wrki valua of tti. 1. bo!.
dupineat at mn U UcUsa y,
aad ar. prejarct to
coverinK shlproeats from the Plantations
through to San Francisco, mclud
Inj fire risk while ia Hon.
oiulu awaiting traas
DRANK II. AUSTIN A Co.,
Omen No ao C SLtFoaNiA Srnimr, S. .,
toMMissiox aiii'.xts ,t rortii.lltli.
Consignments from the llawaiisn Islsndl desired
The bet prices warranted and sales gnarsnteed 4
316 CLlroNis St ,Csu,(Kkm No. 4)
IIAWAIIAX VOX.SVI. .r COMMISSIOX
Mt rrltniit. j
ARNDEN A Co.
117ft 119 Market Sr., Sn Iranciko,
OEXEit tt, rrtiviiAsiMi aoexisaxo
HARLES UREWER& Co.
a; Kanv Sinrrt, Ihrtto1,
AOF.XIS OF IIAtVAIlAX PACKETS,
Oenerat I'ommlnnlon Attentn.
Sps-rial attention ttn to the purchating tf rwhU for
the Hawamn trade. I rHht at loweii rmes. t
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
to,utt Pianos J 1,000 Organ l save half; huy of the
manufacturers i from j, to $1000; caxh, rent,
or Installments; catalogues free
ANTISr.LI corner Market and Powell, San Fran
ALMER & REY,,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
'lire largest and only complete Tjpe Foundry anil
I'rinttri' Wart hot i on the Pacific Coat.
105 and toy LeldesdorhT And
59 Commercial streets,
SAN PKANCIbCO, CAU
We Jccep on lnnd the larent Mock of American Fancy
1 ) ever Lept on this nkiu, together with a
imwt complete Mock of Miller & Rich
ard's Scotch Type; nnd can
furnish, at hort notice.
Anything in tho Printor'n lino.
from n IkxlUn ton Chnder Pre. t We hue a Urge
fctock of new ami fecond hind Printing Prciws of
all unkes and mc. We are nole agent for
Citnplfcll's C)linIer Prcsw Cottrell and
llaVock Presses; ali PcrrleM, Clip-
.r, Jewel, Oordon and Wash
ington Jobber ,
WASHINOION HANI) PKIiSSF.S;
new Itaxter Meam fiigine, which are just the thing for
printer, TucrkWater Motcru, (Icm Parr Cutters,
and a full line of Sanborn's hookoindeis'
OUR FIlHXirY ROI.LKK COMPOSITION
and Perries Printing Ink are considorrtl the best In
use. Ha.c jou usrd our I Vr feet ion plites?
1 hey save editorial work and computi-
tion, and thertfore Kate money.
atarSr.NI) I OR OUR CATALOGUE
UuMEMtKR No house 011 tlu coast can compete with
us in ipiahtyof gomt.
Cliicago office 178 Monroe street.
I take great pleasure in informing my friend, and the
public in general, tliat 1 lue
REM OVE D
To ma new Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Wliero I on illi an entire NKW STOCK OK JEW
KLKV, SOLID 001,1) AND I'UVrKI),
uf alj descriptltjis, an-l a complete
Acnt "' Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Sitter Dated Waie. Deput of the Oenuine
American, Walthani and Elgin
Will UasUfor'e. A Si'CCIAL IlkANCII OK MINE,
Warranting all Work. A full line- of
Siirrl.iclr Mini Kieyla.M,,
llunkful fur the connd.nc shown ue, .1 Iniit. the
rfiUic lo Intpect iu Musk Ufwte (rtieiliaslng eh-
here. ' "'" f
aljr (ood oaiblioj U tU. Kingdom, froio long year.
eil-cliclv In this MtineM. I. a guarantee that I Jull
uf.r th. UKfr at lU VtKV LOWEST I'klCtS. I
lus .pared nu c.peui. In selecting new uov.k w order
to keep up wy repuuilmi jmI lo t' utikfauiun,
AWA1IAN INVKbTMENT AND AGKNCY
MOXKr MAX ED
On e if u tlaaa ftccur'utea, fur lung or atui periods.
Apply lo W, UOKKkN. HiaanUm.
Oftc Quteo hiieet, over U. W, Maifarkw. A C0.-4W
H0LLIT1EK ft Co., IIAVINt) PUHCUASKU
lh.UOiMa Mc. J.A.IaJk Co., tU
CMUurue la Cuuduct Ih. Itnie-TWn.rf .mt m mm ub
r FSOBMUHI, AB. Ji. NW. Hlt
C O. HALL A SON,
UotlnCALl ATt.rinv ,tn
I una srtmpin AssntrsiitVT of Coons,
P I. o w s ,
Taenty dllTernit !res and kinds.
Hall a Steel IWs rutilnR from 3 to 14 Inthes, Hall's
S11I1 sbit l-kmrs. Halls Kurrow IWS Side Hill
I tows, to, 11 and 14 Inchri 6-Ineh Sulky
1 lowS m,je rtUij. ( n,mlv,u
rlantaii.ns Na t llutkeyeMow
er, Plow handles, estra i-oinli
and lims for all plows
that we keep,
of all kinds,
MI'CHANICS' TOOLS, SHKI.K HARDWARK
all kind., NAILS and SPIKI'-S, all kinds and
Ires, UK ED & li AXIOM'S CEL-
In great variety and in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of many kinds and sizes.
Wo malto n pecinltyof
And haviiurover tycoon of HUll'llUCK'S WHITE
I.I.AIJ aialljCof diirerenl qualities. Ildel
a full line of all DRV fAIN'l S anlrd. and
user Mcoiitallonsor HtlllllUCK'S best
pale II0I1.EI) MNSEKD Oil, we
can sell at the lowest figures. Or.
er a.uuo gallons of
BEST LUBRICATING 01XS,
l.y the Innel. ca j or Eallon MASUR"S HOUSE
-.... ....v... lumin, tlie lient rtmerican
taint, known. We has e now llie
Largest atook or
" from Cahfurui.1,
the East ami France, ever offered
iu this Market.
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
Mat we will not attempt to enumerate any more of the
lliousand and one ankles tliat we keep, as it would '
cover mote lliau a whole juge of the " Panss."
We cnnliAllw LinTi ...... r: 1. .. , . .
, j v vii. aiiciiu. ami customer, to rail
and eamin. our splendid stock of good, for tl"msel,
and thev will lie ennvinr.l t.t .-1.,. .".niive.
" " " wc fctjr, lj-nr
rNO. O. FOWLER 4 Co.,
l.rrtlM. K mil, 1, 1. 1.
trr iiri-tmrnl t furuUh Via,,, , jffli.
Illiltr. fnr Slrtl
Willi or without Cars and Locomotive.. Specially
ADAITEI) FOR SUCiAR PLANTA1I0NS.
Engine, lor inclines.'
f!alnlnMi. U.llt. III..... !..- l. . t am
MC,iAR'l' VNKT'rn aVl lMhKi ''" w'
-siAl.t,KUNl. (t, CO., Agtsforjno. Kowler&Co.
ENGLING & CO.
'Hie .uUcriUrs, finding their previous apace totally in.
atlcdual. 1.1 r.nu n.. .V.-.- ,.. . '
1 !, 7 ' .. w" M'ac,y increasing
kutiness, found 11 necesiary lu enlarg.
their Store, In order lo facilitate
the showing of an lm.
meluc slock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention is called lo the following
eahil.il. now on hand :
SUPERIOR STOVES. ,
NEW I'ARACSON RANOES.
Sullalle for planlalion use, the cUlralad " NIMbLE
SI OVE" aud "UAIIV MAV RANCIE.-
aei in brick, with hoi water attachment, t Copper In
.,., o. .,viy u.x.ni.iu.1, nuuie w order I Iron
1-iping-all d-L;d Mp,, too and
Draw Cock, and Ailing. ; alw
A aarw MjrU Sawta WUtmr.
'' ''s.sifL e-sn' K enumerat our nock of TIN-
.....,.... i-iiwiii iu .upi4V every
armU in lU trade, and at l'RTLES
to t.ujr Yiie times; '
E. & Co. thank ll.tr pationa for lb. Itbml wtsMrt
accurded lluia during the put four Kara, and al ska
t , -"-M ". " sai.r are nenr ua a limr
puaiiiun lliaa .ver to.sncu. oederi la ihei. kmrttoi&i.
Order, boa the wkw Itlaud. tiled and r-rr-s-imli-lormnkd.
D tAU TIIISI THE UNIWHMONCO HAV
Ing mad. certain
. .r- --". pwijui.,. m a a.
umai aru onurucisoa
sa rwei w Mm
Isiaam Mudera wbkb dUu
I VI, U witting ( guanntM
Aaldrea. E. Csakley, 14;
I eriiianent Railways, ami locomotives and car.. Trac
tion Engine, a.ij Road Ixxoinoli.,., S elm
rioual,i,,K ami Cultivating Machinery, Pun
able Engine, for all purpose., Wiiljinir
' " r, t i w