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VOLUME III, NUMBER
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
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$6 y to $7 30, according to their destination.
Subscribers and Adeertlsers will please address
TIIOS. 0. THRUM, Publlilierand Proprietor.
E. C. DAKR it the only authorized aitenl lor
th PRESS In San Francisco.
Publication office I, at 6 Kaaliiimanu itreei ; Ed
itorial roomi at 16 Merchant ttreet.
witth rim 11111 satumiav m )
'I here is an islet fair,
Tit 1 in a summer sea 1
A eem of leaiityrare
fhis Island is to me.
No rude winds blow, nor tempests rale.
Nor mlijhly blasts can see lh out.
Ilrihl sunsets come and ro
A illiln litis calm retreat,
Where ferns and graven ow
Weave dainty cari.el sweet;
And bird and l-e In list lew play
Here flit throughout the hippy day
Up from this Me of mine.
JWm every hrealh is lialm,
Where tangled vine entwine,
I here print! a lordly iilmj
III shaft, symmetrical and clear,
low'rs ever upward, sear by tear.
O, Palm of .Sweet Content I
Kit emblem of a hfe
In simple pleasure spent,
Aart from tod and Mrife,
here soft wave creep and shadows fall,
And (nd ' great ace it over all!
'I hy truth, thy faith, thycalm,
Safe set in tropic seas,
He mine, O towering palm,
'y "blues such as I lice I
Hi? crown of lir.eried fruit I mine!
I he bread thai fi-eils-lhe lainling wii.el
On granite crest the oatc
Mature ill ribs of Meet ;
I'rom out Ihe tenirst'a stroke
Come mut and sinewy keel;
Andballlirig with Ihe Itormy sea,
(iod's lleet ride forth to victory.
Hul in this Me of rest,
Of summer's shade and rIow,
Arc satisfactions blest
Pie world carl never know.
y. Rlortuus souls or 0.1k and p.
'I he Palm of hweet Content 1
Hilo, October , i8Si.
REANSCENCES OF HONOLULU.
On the 31st of July, 1855, which was a na
tional holiday the anniversary of the restora
tion of the Hawaiian Hag by A1l111lr.1l Thomas
was laid with due ceremony the corner-stone
of the Honolulu Sailor's Home. The onlcr of
exercises were: l'ra)cr by the Rev. S. C. Da.
monj depositing of articles in the niche of the
Mimic ; placing the, stone in xnition, by the
King; music by the band j address by the
President of the society, E. II. Allen; bene
diction, by the Kev. J. D. Strong. The ad
dress by the president was an able and inter
esting production ; but the brief remarks made
by the King were so appropriate, and, being
.entirely original, so illustrative or his cast of
mind, that I reproduce them here:
"The lajing of the corner-stone of an edifice
destined to add to the welfare and happiness
of seamen is an occasion interesting to every
manlier of this community. The liardships
with which the sailor contends and the dangers
which he braves bring us case and security.
J lad he neer steered his ships into our waters
I lonolulu might simply have retained its posi
tion as a fishing village, or become by this
time a deserted beach. I hope the day has
passed for any class of men to be valued only
for their ph)sical strength and adaptability to
the purioses of others. The sailor, Ihe miner,
the seamstress, and even the slave, for genera
lions to come will all have cause to bless the
nineteenth century. In raising this Home we
endeavor to act in accordance with the spirit
of the age by seeking to ameliorate the condi
tion of a preiKinderating clement of our foreign,
and a scry considerable one of our native,
"The moral wants of the sailor demand our
care equally with those that arc ph) steal. The
facilities offered to him on shore as a reason
able and responsible lieing should lie multi
form, in prder to counteract the disadvantages
inseparable from a life at sea. Kor his own
sake, and that of every community he visits,
he should ever be found an orderly and intelli
gent member of society ; institutions of this
character will help to make him so. Enter
taining these feelings ton aril sailors, I did not
hesitate to assist in Ihe ceremony of to-day,
and I esteem myself happy 1h.1t my name is
associated with this good work."
On Monday, August 13th, after a sitting of
only thirteen days, the Extraordinary Session
nf 1855 was brought to a close by .1 message
from the King, The claim of I)r. Latlirop for
$3,500 for services rendered during Ihe small
ox epidemic of 1853 which claim was the
cause of disagreement between the two houses
nt the regular session was not included in the
Kor the first time since the imposition of
regular taxes by the government, there was n
1S56 a systematic assessment, by officers stjleil
enumerators. The increase in the sum total of
taxes returned was something remarkable, in
two of the smaller districts of O.1I111 jumping
up $5,103 not by the Imposition of new
burdens, but by a systematic system of assess
ment, The noted pugilist, Yankee Sullivan, arrived
here from San Francisco in Octolier, and gas e
gulling exhibitions In the Hawaiian Theater.
He subsequently returned to California, was
arrested by the Vigilance Committee, and com
mittal suicide in prison.
N'ovcmlicr 4th, the "New Methodist
1,'hapeli" on (he corner of Kukui and Nuuanu
streetJ now the Lyceum was dedicated,
the Rev. V, S. Turner, minister.
January 5, 1S56, the steamer Kalama, lw
liinging to the ' Hawaiian Steam Navigation
Company," went on shore at Koloa, Kauai,
ikiU wider iltam, and became a total wreck.
Vhct1 the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural So
ciety was, first Instituted, the idea was to en
graft tiKin it auxiliary branches 011 the differ
ent islands. This did not, however, follow
vciy satisfactorily, but A native agricultural so
ciety was established in Honolulu, of which
the King was president. It had a large mcin
Kishlp and llouriilicd well for a lime, laving
monthly meetings, at which prepaietl addresses
were made. The first of these was by the King
himself, January 51I1, before a very large audi.
11.ee in the Kawaialuo Church.
The total value of Imports for the scat 1S55
was over a million and a quarter of dollars,
and the total value of domestic expoitt was
only $194,741 67. Among these last werci
Sugar, 389,90s list molasses, 26,299 gal I
pulu, 81,558 Its; coffee, 77,616 lbs; Hour, 453
libls. The large number of 460 whalers vis
ited the Islands during the scar, and 15S mcr
chant sessels. Customs receipts were $158,.
Fehruary 22, 1856, Judge Lee returueU from
I lie United. States by the ship RaJugj, around
the Hern. The long sea voyage of 126 days
luit apparently very much Improved Mr. Lee's
Lwtvavli, but Ihe flange for the lurtlcr was only
temporarily a brief interlude licforc the final
scene. He had succeeded in the official ob
ject of his mission, which was the negotiation
with Secretary of State V. L. Marcy of a
lieu ji toiiiincrciai reciprocity iiciwccn me
United States and Hawaii. Although this
treaty was not ratified by the senate, yet its
negotiation by Mr. Uc at that early jierinit,
n conjunction with so able ,1 statesman as
Marcy, Is .1 proof of the ability of the former
and the favorable Impression made by him.
Judge I.cc also purchased for the Hawaiian
(iovcrnment, and brought out In the A'i.fa,
the machinery and apiaratus for the steam
dredger or excavator, the pile-driver, and the
profiler and engine of the tug We.
The legislature of 1S56 wVis ojicncd on the
Sill of April, in the Stone Church, with the
usual ceremonies. The officers of the House
of Representatives werci Speaker, G. M. Rob
crlson; clerk, O. II. Culick; engrossing clerk,
V. Chamberlain; chaplain, Rev. Atlcma
Hishop; sergcant.at-arms.W. C. P.uke; trans
lator, (5, P. Judd. Resides Mr. Robertson,
the other foreigners in the House at this session
were: Messrs. William Wclistcr, for Honolulu;
C. S. Harlow, for Lahalna; J. K. II. Marshall,
for Nawiliwlli; and Preston Cummings, for
South Kona, Hawaii.
The principal legislation of this session was
as follows! An act relating to corKiralions;
relating to suits in equity; to authorize the
purchase or construction of an inter-island
steamer; for the improvement of the harbor of
Honolulu; for the appointment of commission
ers of private ways; to amend the law of ap
peals; to amend the law of bankruptcy; to
regulate the importation and sale of opium and
other poisonous drill's; to allow certain di
vorced persons to marry again; relating to the
road tax; to make the lyutsf,iu newspaper
free of government influence and rcsjionsl
bility; to organize the Honolulu Kirc Depart
ment; to facilitate the collection of duties, etc.
At this session were also passed finally, and
approved by the King, several amendments to
the constitution of 1852, the only one of im
Kirtance, however, being that which made the
legislative sessions biennial instead of annual,
as originally. After a session of fifty-eight
days the session was brought to a close on the
Illh of June. The'Appropriation Hill footed
up the sum of $863,822 82. Civil list, includ
ing expenses of the King's approaching mar
riage, palace improvements, etc., $60,000; mili
tary, $60,000; public improvements, $293 94.
The first public celebration by the Odd Fel
lows took place on the 15th of April. There
was a procession from the hall on Fort street
to the Ilcthel, where an oration was delivered
by P. G. Hro. M. C. Monsarrat, and a ball in
the evening at the court house. 11, t.. s.
MWSTEK AMKSrS LIBRARY.
The Woodstock, Vt., Standard of the
2Sth Scptemlwr says: The library of Hon,
Gporge P. Marsh was last week purchased by
Hon Frederick Hillings, and will be presented
by him to the University of Vermont at Hurling,
ton. It contains about 12,009 volumes, and
is said to be one of the most remarkable collec
tion of books in Rome and Florence, Italy,
completely catalogued by Mr. Marsh himself,
and will be shipped at once. Mr. Hillings
began negotiations for the purchase of the li
brary as soon as he learned that it was to be
sold, but came veary near losing it (the desire
lo possess the treasure being acliveamong the
colleges of this country) by an unfortunate mis
chance in reaching the executor in charge, who
was on his way from Europe while a communi
cation was going to him at Rome. There is
a striking appropriateness in the purchase of
this library by Mr. Hillings for the University.
He is an alumnus of the college, and his home
in this village was the liirth.placc of George P.
Marsh, greatly enlarged and enriched, it is true,
but the walls of the old Marsh homestead are
preserved intact in the new ; and Mr. Marsh's
American home was in lturlington; lie was
once a Trustee of the college, and at one time,
when howful regarding the amount of property
he should leave, made a will giving his library
to Hie institution. So it will be seen that
the right man has bought Ihe library and will
make the proer disposition of it. The pub-
lisheil estimate of the library is $25,000. Re
ferring to the noble gift of Mr. Hillings, the
New York Nation adds "Mr. Mawh had at
onetime made a will by which he left his
library to the University of Vermont, but later
his circumstances were so impaired by what he
spent in the public service that he was unable
to carry nuthis original intention. Mr. Hillings
lias done a generous and delicate act in thus
securing the library for the iiutitution with
which Mr. Marsh himself had wished toplacc
FLORIDA SUGAR LAND.
Rapid progress Is lieing made in cutting the
canal from Caloosatchie River to Ijkc Okee
choliee, by which millions of ac?csof valuable
sugar lands, it is asserted, will lie reclaimed.
One of the prime movers and originators ill
the reclamation of some 200,000 acres of sugar
land in Louisiana, In an interview published in
the Florida 7i'w, expresses.himselfas greatly
surprised at the tmantity and value of the Suyar
lands in Florida. He declares the land, of
the Okceciioliec. Company, located in the Kiss,
inimee Valley, to lie of the finest character he
ever saw, possoing in the quality of the land,
climatic advantages and absence of frost, all
those projieities mint conductive to successful
sugar culture. YhiIc in Louisiana they arc
compelled to cut cane while still green, and
often lose a whole crop from frost, in Florida
they allow it to mature to full growth. From a
personal inspection of the land bordeiing on
Uike lonopekaliga and north of I jkc C)prus
he found large tracts of land usscssing the
prominent natural requisites to the growth and
maturity of rice and sugar cane under the
most favorable conditions. From all indica
tions South Florida is destined In liccome an
iniiortanl contributor to the production of
sugar cane In the United States. Already a
number of Culun planters have examined the
land, and expressed themselves in favor of In
vesting their capital in sugar lands In Florida.
The ancient pillory has Ireen resusci
tated in KnglantL Its use is to Iw limited
to eases in which women are leaten or
wounded hymen. Above the head of the
occuiunlof the pillory is to bo printed his
name and the epithet womanlieater or
wife beater, as thecasc may be. The prac
tical object is to hamc. men into refrain,
ing from cruelty toward women; but the
revival is also advocated on archaxilogi.
Ninety-nine locomotives and 1 1, Gearwheels
were exported from the United Stain t.i ....
t)bthe PrioJ. there were exiiftcd
"l" f I UWm MS RUN SiUSS.
"VJiylLLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOIIXEV AT I, A II'.
8 MeaCIISKT Sre'ltT, HoNOttrt.1 ,
T M. DAVIDSON,
J .iTTonsr.Y at ..lie.
No. 14 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
XT R. CASTLE,
a mnixnr at law.
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of ihe
M FuRrSmiRT, lluMoLvttr. 1
ATroitxf.r.t- tovxsni.i.im at i.a h:
T-JRS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Omen coknkk Port Ann Hrrrtania Srs.,
suimr.oxs axu no.uirrj niio fur.
Ojfae Hours tfnl il 9 A. n,, nn.1 from I-1 nn.l t-yy-t r.ll,
TNO. A. HASSINGER.
Interior (If rice, HoNnitiM',
Aimsr taui: ackmiiviaukii:-
mr 11I tin Cniilrtirl.fiir l.ttlmr. -
TNO. S. McCREW, M.
J t'lirsuuAx nmi svtHif.its;
Hotel street, between Port and Alakca streets.
I'rom 7 to 10 a. 111 ; 1 10 4, ami 6 to 8 p m.
Telephone No. 164.
UN II. PATV.
MONOIULU, OvIIU, II, I.,
.vor.i ttr ftrtiiAUAXit toMMtstioxiiit
11 f Drill.,
For the Stales of California and New York. OITce
at the Hank of Hishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
IIosoivlv, II. I.,
AOKSTTO TAKi: ACKS'OWl.KIHIt:-
uipiiIm lii Ciititnirla In tjtlinr.
Office at PadficJdailteamshiplloek, Ksplanade. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. s7
IIONOLl'll', II, I.,
ttr.XTAI. IUM31S OS TOUT STIll'.ET.
Office In Hrewer's lllock, corner Hotel and Foil
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. t
TWT HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I,,
furstciAS A.vjt sirti.Ttiox,
tO:l furl Strrrt,
Office hours from 10 to la a. m.,
Residence 103 Nuuanu Street.
and 3 to 5 p. in.
TT B. EMERSON, M. D.
HaNOLULU, H. I.,
i'jrrswiAJf axi sujioicox,
Tklrpkonb: Number 149.
OiTice hour from 8J to io a. m.; 1
Office and residence number a.
cornrr rnn street.
And Importer of Ametican Jewelry of everv descrin-
ly vi jau rrancisco, siuiornia.j
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Quern Street, Honolulu, It. I.,
iMfottTf.n Axn jtEAi.Ett ix at:x-
rral Jtrrrliiiiiilliir. 1
T T. LBNEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMfOUTf.llS ASIt COMMISSrOX
ATRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 101 Fort Street, Honolulu,
I'ASUIOXAIIIA'. intESS AXU CLOAK.
A W. BUSH,
No. 50 Fort Stekt, Honoi ulu,
11mtcr.it axu fitorsiox ueai.eu.
Family Grocery and Feed Store. 1
AX7-M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, H. 1.,
sua a it fAcrotts axu cojntissrox
WM. G. IRWIN.
-s BREWER & Co.
Honoluiu, Hawaiian Islands.
SlltffiXU AXU C'OJJl.S.SO.V .VElt-
II. A. P. CARTER.
T. C. JONES. Jr.
TILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Strert, Honolulu,
JMfottTEusAxu in: A tints IX ItAllU-
inirr, Cilllrru, Tiiiiln,
Palms nnd Oils, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.,
Slllf CIIAXUr.Klt.S AXU COM.UISSIOX
A rs'esnta C a Hr-tn.! d.. ...! tT . 1- V fi
.SMt hi inn uuin hihi jiuiiiu ImMkcs anu rcr
rylUvii Pain Killer. i
r AINB & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COM MI SSI OX MKItCUAXT.H IMt'Olt-
trrnttntl Urate r in
Hay. Grain am! General Produce. i
No. o Mrrciiant Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
JMl'OllTElt.S Of (lEXEIIAI.MEItCIIAX-
illir from frmtrr, EiitlilHil,
Germany and ihe United Slates.
ai6ANuai8 California Strret, S. F.,
truot.Es.ti.E (I hoc t: us.
Particular attention paid la filling and shinpinic Ii
and orders. ' .
T OUIS ADLER,
Number ij Nuuanu Street.
MAXVfACTVUEIt AXU UKAt.KK IX
iluoli iiikI Mmr nf rrrry UntrlvtUili.
Indies' and Children wear,
lnsctioiL lrU-t very low.
Myitoik Is worthy of
WILLIAMS & Co.
10a and 10, Fort Street,
fllOTOdltA fit IV A ItrtSTS.
Pictures of ll"1t.e and kinds made to order, and
frames all dftcfiiawns constantly on hand. Alw
-" ?.... iiu .mwmiciw ine lucinc
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II. I,,
riifrra Jm .MMiorrMiiiliifl JUnifa II11II1I.
Inu Material., fnhitt, 0II1, XulU, rlc.
Agents of utkjunrs
Haleakila, Kulauianu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UlUma. P.ushl and Leahl,
Al Robinsons hart .
THEO. II. DAVIES,
(Mir J anion, Ciieex & Cu.)
IMfHUTEIt, COMHISSIOX M EltCII A. M
mat Aytnt fur
Lloyd's and th. Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company.
And Noithern Assurance Company. ,
Honolulu, H I ,
U.w KuhanieoniUBANK OF CALIFORNIA,
WW t IBHtlMISj .1U UrTIt tsV((n(S lU
Th ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION ot
s-imwiu, UN sneur leaiKnes In
i AM uaatiKS (eacial Msiikim Hiiiiria,
H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1S82.
P D. C. ROWE,
uorsi: nmi .sinx fAtsrini,
Panr Hawkr, etc.,
107 Klntt street, Honolulu.
T UWERS & COOKE,
(Si It KSSORS TU I.PKRRS & f) KSN.)
iMftnti r.ns axu nr.Ai.r.its r.x tAt.it.
re , IAiiiIk .. lUlll.lh,., Mlritl,,
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. 1 '
J7 O! HALL & SON,
Corner Fort anii Kinc. Strfrts,
i.Hfoiirt:iis, uf.At. 1:111 ix it a it i).
irnrc, Urn tltiml', fulnl..
Oils and General .Merchandise. 1
W McCIIESNEY & SON,
i.EATitr.n, itiur.s, tAi.t.on; axu
Agents fur llie ltnalSoniComi.in-. No. 41 Queen
alreet, Honolulu, II. I, q
r C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, It. I,,
III.ACIiSVIIII, MACIIIXIsr, cut-
rliltr ll'nrlt, lliir.n sinrlii,
1'lantition Machlnerv. etc. .Sl.rn m Kin.. tr..t
nenl to Cutle R. LcnAe's. ,
No. 8 Kaalitimanu street,
Tin, Coppor runt Shoot Iron Worlicir.
SIOVCS AND RANOKS.
of nil kinds, I'lurulien' stock and metals, houve furnish-
niK Roods, cliandehcrs, tarnps, etc.
T M. OAT & CrT.
HllSOLULU, II, 1.,
SAIlrMAItr.llS. fLAIIM Of Al.l. UIU
arrliillnii. mil, lv unit rrimlrnl.
txift 111 A. K. f7n,itpa riMU. fir.. IA-if ImtLltnn C. ..t
utlanu Street a3
Honoi ulu, II, I.
I'lOXf.Elt STEAM VAXItr MAXUEAC-
tiiry mut lltil.riti.
PnCticat Cnnfertkinr. 1't.i.v Cmr on.t 11. 1.
Numlr 71 Hotel street, between Fort nnd Nuuanu
- ENOLING & Co.,
Mi. 5 uanu Strprt,
TIXSMITIIS AXU fl, CM IIIUIS. VEAL-
vra In Stnrr, llmifri, Tin,
Sheet Iron anil Conner Ware; keen .nn.tanlltf tn
hand a full assortment of 'llnware, Galvanircd Iron and
Lead I 'ie, India Rubber Hose, etc., etc 31
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, il. I.,
COMM1SSIOX MEItCllAXT AXU OEX-
rrnt Urnlrr In Urn Otmiln,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery ami Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honoiulu, H. I.,
STEAM EXOtXES, llOtl.EUS, SVUAtl
MIIIm, Cimlrri., Irim, llritsit
.?And Lead Castings. . Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention naid to fatiijs'
lllacksinilhing. Job work executed on the shortest no
T II. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaaiiusianu Street, Honolulu, H. 1.,
ll'ATCJr AXl) VI.OUK arAKEli,
JlcjHtlriiif o Specialty.
Kstablishcd 1851. 1
O " MEEKAPU. (KAUKAIWA.)
NusinRR 11 Nuuanu Street,
TA i I.OIUXO Or lil'EKY JiE
srrijttioii iloim to onlcr.
Men's, lioys and souths work. 1
NusiDERt4 Hotel Street,
jrjJAr.t) SICJiTEJ) AT A LI,
hours of'tiie Uty,
Sjwciat terms for regular lioardcrs. 'I he only suila
blc private room in town fur Indies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
No. Si Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
oor.i) axj mia'j:i: iioiucicl
ll'afrh iiiukcr it ml Jlvpulrer.
v Quality good and cheap nricc
Clocks, Walcliii, and Jewelry.
In stock a varietyof
"p H. NORTON & Co.,
No, 13 Maunakev Street,
llnmr nlmrlnti, Slioi'i mmirrit mul nllklnilit
of itiiKhiiiiiiui 11 or, ifoiif lu onlrr.
Carriaee makiii)- and repairing done by couietent
uorkmciL Mr. M. Murray, well known fur his suie-
rior workoncarrbcs, will tie found hefe. 'IheUM
horse-shoer in the country works at this place. los-nr
Crater or Kilauka.
IF, If, I.EXTjS.JIAXAIIElt,
( VUiiors (renuirini; any unusual disphy of volcanic ac
tion will kindly else the Manager at least ten di-s no
tice in true weather, and from eleven 10 thinren in r.iul.
Plenty 10 eat, arousing fire, clean lds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands.
117 M, MtCANDLESS.
JNO. 0 IJUERN STREET, (.FISH MARKKT.)
UEA I.Kit IX CHOICEST IIEEE, M UTTOX
ft nt, flail, rlr.
Family and Shipninz Orders carefully ntlcnded to.
Live stock furnished to vessels at sliort notice, and vcg.
etatles of all kinds supplied lo order. 31
- E. WILLIAMS,
lMrt)RTI AN1 DraLIK IN
r'l'ltXITirilE OfKfEltr UKSClttfTlOX
Alto IttlioUtrrrr unit Miinnfiirtiirrr.
Furniture Wurtfooml No. 109 Fort Street. W'oik
sliop at old stand on Hotel btrcct. All orders promptly
It tended to. 4j
A W. RICHARDSON & Co-
IttrslRTRRSANU DksLRRS IN
hoots, shoes, finixisiiixo two us,
Unit, CnfM, TriniK., fnlltrM,
lVifumerv an.1 SoatM. Waliluin Wai.lu Vtn. Iu.
eir). etc., cor. 01 rori 1
. . , 1 . .. .,.,..,.....-
oiuiu, it. I.
-piIOS. O. THRUM,
lurORTINQ AND MANUfACTURINCl
XTATIOXEII, XEir.S AOEXT, flllXTEK,
And putlUher al th S vturoav I'KRss.and ar.iwV
an A-MM.W ami Amint, Merchant street. Deal
er in Fue Stationery, llouks. Music, Joys and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel. Hotivlulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II, I.,
if K.I . ESTA TE lUtOKEIt AXU EMfl.ltr
, R'n Rowns, Oniages, lluues, and sells and teases
Kcal hstale in all urti of ihe Kingdom. Cinplol msnl
round lor those seeking srurk in all the variuus branches
of business connected wilh these IsUnds. Ixgalslucu
Inenls drawn. Hills Colleiled, Ikuks and Accounts kept
and general otfue v ink transacted. Patronage solicileit.
Lominissiomi niuikcrate. 31
Q W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
QiRm 8mr, Honolulu, II, I.
Imforlrrt ami Cviiimliuii 3Irrrhm.lt.
ltuuliinn,', fllrruuf Uull,llHy.
Th Glasgow and Honolulu Lint of Packets
r?fmsl1,tT. LWervwol Lin. of Packets
Th WaJkapn PUnUtloa
Th Spcac.r llantatlan, HUo
HakaUu Plantation. HUo
'''l 7lxB VfMtoav ?' Mchlrr
Th Puulo Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IsiroRTSK anu Iuaier in
IIUISSMAKE.MEHIUEX Sll.rEtt VL.4.
Inl Hart, Mrurkrl; futr;
,:l,'S,'!.-Ci,?in;uK,, SttticJe and Kirgtaue,
LuurJ U mWRthwUis, ISclur. Vmnn, pi?.
iolWcwe.uVJa..ruckeCsiiler)-, powder. tih arJ
bule ages, id Ik. sujiwsally ackrwlJrtS'
XJ E. MclNTYJtE & BROTHER,
Con. Kino anii Fort Sis., Honolulu,
SnillOCEItr AXU fEEUSTOIIE.
Qurrm Strrrt, Houoti ti , II. I.,
OEXEItA I. VOMMIS1IOX AIIEXTS.
fllACTllJAt. fAIXTf.lt, U ECO II A lint,
t Ullilrr, llrutnrr mnl Isltrrrr.
HOPPSCHLAEGBR & Co.
Honoi rt.l, Oaiiu, II. I ,
IMfOllTEItS AXU COMMISSIIIX Mi: II.
P A. SCHABFBR & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian 1st anus
IMEOItTEHH AXU COMMIS1IOX MEII-
-etJ - ri.mt. ,
WILDER & Co
Cor, Fort anu Qurrm Sri., Honolulu.
IAtMllf.lt, I'AIXTS, OILS, XAILS,
mill Hull, Unit Mulrrlnln of rrrr; A linl. 1
P P. ADAMS,
Qurrv Street, Honoluiu,
AI'CTIOXEEIt AXU COM Ml SSIOX Mf.lt.
r limit. 1
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
IklrORTPRS ANn IlEAt RRS IN
OEXf.ltA L MEIlCIIAXUItiE,
Girncr Queen and Kaahnnianli Streets, Honolulu.
DOLLES & Co.
Quern Strprt, Honoi ulu, II. I.,
Slllf CIIAXULEIIS AXU CO.M3IISSIOX
Imjiorlers and Dealers in General Merchandise. 1
TNO, II. BROWN,
103 IlRRETANIA STRTET,
IXSfECTOH Of Wf.IIIIITS AXU
Orders can be left at the Police Station.
TUT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Maker's Block, Queen Street,
IMfOllTEItS AXU UllOLESAI.f. UEA
-m In tlenrrnl MrrrlimnllHr. a
No. 111 Fort .Sirfet, Honolulu,
WATCU3tAKEIt, .tf.UELEIt, EXOIIA-
rrr, mnl Ulinnoiut Srllrr.
All orders faithfully executed. 3a
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
ail California St., San Francisco,
roiiwAitutxa axu commi.ssiox
Special facilities for and mrticular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. a
No. 114 Fort St., 01 rosiTK Pantheon STAoihs,
llOOTAXU SIlOEMAKEIt. HOOTS AXU
Slioca tintile to onlrr,
Of best mtterlal at reasonable prices, and foi cash, a
Wholesale and Hrtail
lituraaisTs axu toiiaccoxists.
No. 50 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, I. 1
DROWN & PHILLIPS,
No. i3 Nui'anu Street, IIdnoiulv, It. L,
I'ntetlcal Vhinibcrs, Oiis-Jlttvrs
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of ihe
Springfield Gas Machine. 1
llnTFL Strrrt, Honoluiu, II, 1.,
niiAEEU JX JjAJIJ:S' axu
Oent's Shoes ami Oullcrs,
Try my store, after one transaction vou will Ie sure
to come aijatn. Kejiairiiig done to order. Formerly of
mn 1 mncisco.
QJAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Mi rciiant SrRRKT, Honolult, II. I.,
(orHlMTK sailor' iiosie.)
O US T O M JIOOT A xn S II O E
Gooilwork; low prices. Hemirin4 done with neat
ness and Ui.jiatcd.
P II. OEDING,
Exprou and Drayman,
Freight, Packages, nivl Ikiggagc dehstrcd to ati.1 from
nil parlsof Honolulu an. vicinity. Careful at
tention (aid 10 moving- Furnuuie, with
WAGONS EXPKTSSLY FOR llli: PUUPOSC.
Telephone S6 ; residence 835 Punchbowl street.
OrTue 86 King street. lo&if
DAI LEY Co.
limit lO-Criit Store 1 Somrlhtnu Xnrl
Ten thousand different articles; evcr)lhing to mil I
Conic mnl are, nt
Old Stand, 109 Fort street. 106.3m
PHILLIPS & Co.
(Mil Wliolrtntr Urnlrr In Clnlliluu, limit.,
Shoes, Hats, M cut's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. it Kaaliumariu street
TkT P. BURGESS,
CAIII'EXTEIt mul 11V tl.lt Ell.
AH kinds of Jobbing promptly attendcil to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's imprest tpffice,
Shop No. I4 King; stret t
Diseases of I turses and other domesticated Animals
treated ill the most practical and uienlillc manner,
niRssis or tub iitmr a si-kcialty.
Residence If Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
"il w,u rrssng -unjpi ancnilon. cjr
- F, WOLFE,
Honolulu, II. I.,
UIUK'KHY, VEKU AXU fltOflSUtX
Would hk. heads uTfamilies, Iboardinghouse keepers
and others to know llut he al all times sells at prues
low est 01 ine low, uratrs kuliciml and gauds 'oin4ly
dchtered In any art of Ihe city or suburbs. Number
io) King Street, between ALkea and Foit Sis. 51-601
-117 ILL! AM 0. SMITH,
No. M MKKC1IANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(EsiaUished In 1879.)
Sugar PUnt.tlorj, Railroad. Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. L, October nt, ri. uo-tf
QASTLE ft COOKE,
No. to, Kinu Strut, IIonjluli, It. I,
Shlii,lnU ami CmmHlNlia Mrrrliaiit.,
Importers and Dealers la
The Hiichcock & Company's PUnlaliun.
llie Ateiaader & NaJJwla PUnuiioa.
K. Habiead, or WaLslua Pbnutkm.
A. II. Souik ft Comuaay, Koloa, Kauai.
, J. M. Alesamlcr, Haiku. Maul
The. Haiku Sufar Company,
live KokaU Sugar towiany,
TTm UsslossliiirMr. Ctmrnuw of
g ffwfi M&Tjiafc lssr!(Xsffi lrTnatkco
Manufsclurer and Dealer In all kinds of
SADDLHItr ,c irAJtXUSS
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
Corner Fort and King- Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
QIIARLES T. GULICK,
Ar.RNT TO tare Acknowiriximicnti to Lapor
OKNF.RAI. nUSINESS AOKNT.
OiTice in Mackee'i Block nt corner Queen and Ktuhu-
msnu streets, Honolulu ty
54 King Street,
Till, Cnliirv, mul .Slirrt.lt 1111 H'nll.rr.
Plumbing, gas fitting nn.l all work in my line pioin.ly
attended to. 'I criM imslenite.
KememWrlheadJresw, 0)s!te the Police Station,
o-, ....k .licet. too Oil
O J. LEVY & CO.,
Wholesale) nntl Retail Groom-,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and protision of all klmis on liand ami
rccelvedtrrgiilaily from Kurujie and America which
will be sold at the lowest maiket riles.
Gooils delivered to nny Jtul of lite city free of charge.
! si ind orders ulicited nnd proui.t attention will 1
given to the same. lir.ty
8 Kintr street,
Donlor In ovoy ilmorlption of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents Fine Wear a Specialty,
DOSTON DOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
. C. flRINMi & Co.t
Agents for the Hawaiian .standi. t
PHILADELPHIA DOARD OF UNDER
C. BRIilVER 5- CV.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKIE AGEXTS.
Incorporated 1875. 1
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg,
tluildtn-t;, ( Merchandise, Furniture and M.ichinery
Insured againtt Fire on the most favorable term. 1
pany of Berlin.
. A. SGHAEFER & Co., AGEXTS.
Tlie ibo.e Insurance Company, lias established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, art autfioried to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas nt the most reasonable rates and on the
mo! favorable terms.
TDHEMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
K A, SCIfAEFEli Ctt.j Agents,
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
: A, SCIfAEFER A Co., AGEXTS.
1 he above 1 nsurance Company lias established n Gen
eral Agency here, and the aUtefgned, General A sent,
are nmhorued to take Kiski agahiU the dangers of tliet
Scua at the most reasonable tates, and on the most fa
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
slcherungs Gesellschaft of Winterthur.
If. HACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company, .,.,,.., .francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure 1 1 it 1 Id ing. Furniture,
Mercluindise and Produce, .Machinery, etc., also bugar
and Kice Mills, and vesM.ls In the harbor, against losa
or tUnuigo by lire, on the mu.t favorable terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance company. (Limited)
TJtZO. U. DAl'IES, AGEXT.
the above agent lias received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu nnd
I'urt in the Pacific, nnd is now prepared to issue poli
ties at the lowest rates, tsuh a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. I, SCUAEFER V Co., AGEXTS.
The above firm hating been appointed agents of this
win 1 un j uir iusuicu iu insure tins ugsililil lire III)
Stone and llrick buiidiiurs aiul on AIsrr)i3niti&i ciivrf.I
therein, on the most favorable terms. For jurtkulars
appiyaiuieir oiiilc. i
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELD A- Co., AGEXTS,
Capital and Reserve Reich smnik 8,830,000
" their He-Insurance Companies, ' 35,000,00
l"he Agents of the above Com piny, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are premred to lmure Ihuldings, Furniture,
Mersliandise and Produce, M.ichinery, ttc, also Sugar
ruid Rice Mills, and vessels in the liarW, against loss
or tumage by tue, on the 11104 favorable terms. 1
TRANS.ATL ANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
X company 01 Hamburg.
. HACKFELD A Co., Agtntt,
Capital and Reserve ., . Reichsmark 6,000,000,
their He-Insurance Lomiiamcs ' 101,630,000
Total.., Reichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the algve Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands are i-reiiantl lo insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and lruduce. Mjchlntrv. etc.. v Siuar
and Rice Mills, ami vessels hi the harbor against loss
or uamagc uy nre, on me most favorable terms.
TV fUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1TX 01 new York.
WILDER 5" Co., AGEXTS,
IriifrMt, SafcMt ami most Economical l.lfc
JnMimtnce CoiuiHtttfj in the U'orttl,
CASH ASSETS OVER ;f90,ooo1txo.
For further Infurniation concerning ih. IVmmnv
aud( for ra,es of Insurance apply to the Agents or tu
J. h. Wiwiuan, Soliciting Airciit. i
U.ONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Flra Iannrsutos CoT
Sulmrrlliril Capital .... $.1,0011,000
Ilie alvs. Comfiany lave now established an agency
..,-, .... ... .... .u ,a.v nss SHI eu
erty of esery description within these
J. T. WAIEKIIOUSE, Jr.,
TIIE LtVBHPOOL AND LONDON AND
a uiodc insurance company,
BS0P & Co., AGEN7X
Vullmltnl Uaalllty tu MtiH-kholilrrt.
mcoua ro ij?i
Premiunu reccioed after deduction of re
insurance. $ S.,aM
l-otus pruatly luljusled and paid here. 1
VTEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFH INSUR.
a ss aac. ucnapacji or notion,
CAltTtB . CPORS, AG&XTS,
Tb oldest Purely Mutual Lit lauraace
Compavny la the Uaktd SUtca.
futlrlri 1mhJ vw thmmatt funraUm Term
SAWfi. or .on losreiivni nK ;
Insured aj jj yearv-ordiuarr life plan j
1 Anavual preraluaB cootiaue. Policy run, 1 days
1 Mmiil t Tallinn coosswia Pales; i jitn, fj "
Aaasal urwieau cossMan.
ft AsstsssMssU ssWssssssssssssssH ssssssssssssssMSsS
" rscy jaas. a "
hm hsWf MHan.ist "
T W. SEVERANCE,
3it California St., Cal., (Roou No. 4)
UA WAI1AX lOXSt'l. it CO3IMI.1SI0V
TTARNDHN ft Co.
11; & 119 Makkrt St., San Francisco,
"KXHIIAT. fl'UCIIASIXII AOEX1.1AXII
Comnih.lmi Mrrrhmil.. 1
PRANK II. AUSTIN ft Co.,
Orricr No. to California Strert, S. P.,
t.miMISsloX AOEXTS .t fOiniAllU.
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
Hie best prices warranted ami sales guaranteed. 4
CHARLES BREWER A Co.
7 Kiuv Strfkt, Huston,
AtJKXTS ttr ItAU'AttAX ,ICA';,
Ornenit Commlnl'nt AQriiti.
Snciat attention given to the puahant of gomls for
the Hswaiian trade, rreight al lowest rates. i
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
ju.000 Pianos; i,onri Organs; uvejmlf; buy of the
manuiaciurers : trom j to iu-o; en vh, rent,
or installments ; catalogues free,
tNT!SL.M,. corner Market anil PtiMrll. Kan Pmn.
For country rnercliants and mining companies and gen
HI" - I31l'l iilClklMllli llllliHls.'C CllsTS.IsTU 1(1
good comvanies at low ct rates.
ttJJee 90.1 front Street, San t'rtttteheo, Off.
)ALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
'Hie largest nnd only complete Tj-p Foundry
l'rinters' Warehouse on the latific Coat.
105 and 107 LeldesdoriT and
519 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
We keep on liand the largest stock of American Fancy
H- I a air!. - a a al ...t.i.
1 j (; ctii nrjn uii iiii sWUsini, iuicinci wiiii u
most complete stock nf Miller & Rich
ard s Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice.
Anything in tho Print or lino.
from a HodUn ton C Under Tress. We have a large
stock ot newaiki secondhand l'nnting iress ol
all makes and sires. We are sole agen for
Campl-ell's Cjhnder Prewt, Cottrell and
Itabcock Frev; alto I'eerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Cordon and Wavh-
WASHINGTON HAND I'RFSSKS;
newltaster strain engines, which are just the thing for
primer., luetic water iWoicrs, i.cm l'ater Cutters,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbindets
OUR FH)F.LITV ROLLICK COM POSH ION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the tevt In
use. Have )ou uwj our Perfection plates T
They save editorial work and compos!
lion, and therefore save money,
JtarSCND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
R EM KM h kb No house on this coavt can compete with
us in quality of good.
Chicago -oiTice 178 Monroe street.
TTAWAIIAN INVLST.MF.NT AND AGF.NCV
X X Lom-pany, (Limited.)
On First-class securities, for tonj or shoit perio.ls.
Apj.ly 10 V. U UKKKN, Manager ttm.
Office IJueen Slreet, over G. W. .Macfarlane & Co.-4Sll
-IXTAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wah-Uku, Main, II. I.,
tear Quality of fnlnl .llmiiifarliirnl Can-
Htantly. All orders filled with dis.atih.
E. II. Bailey.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
El). !. IIVI l.LEIt, frofrlrtor,
1'RIMK MRjVIS, I'OUK and VHAI, ON HANI)
AND KOR SALE DAILY, Letwecii the
hours of s until n a. in. and a p. m.
N. II. Gwomers calling at ihe Maiket can he suji-
l"u u.icriiuuus, 11 su uesireiu
Tcsephone No. Bo. s ioo.y
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
Hie Latest St)lesln
Trimmed and Untrimmwl, Alw In Straw and Rougli
Plush. Pcautlful Plume ami 1-lowers. j
Call and examine them ; ato,
a fine line of
iio-jni. 10J Foil Street
ENOLING A Co,
I he KiWriUrs, finding their previous Siace'lolally In-
ade.iuaU lo carry ml tlicir Uruely inaeasln
business, fuund it necessary to enlarge
their Store, In order to tacililale
the showing of an Im
niensc uock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention Is called lo the fJtow!fl
esluUt, now on hand !
NtW I'ARACON RANOKS,
SuitaLI fur iJanialkn use, the celebrated "NIM11I.K
STOVK- aial "llXllY MAY RANOK.
set in brlclu with Isot syaler atlacl.oi.ntsl
r 1 fr.i
era, ut every description, made to ceder
ipuw-wi hcv-mu i-,pe, iron and
Unssa Cucls, and nitiiifs ; alw
A mw air stawiac IsUUr.
It is ik necessary lu eaiuuerai. our slock of TIN-
WAKE, as e are prepared lo supplyesery
ailkvhrUlU trade, and al CKICLS
lO SUIT "lit UMfcS.
K. A Co. thank lhair ritAid t. ik. I.l..l .... .
acvorded Ihes. doilou I he pad fvur years, sisluibi
sum luiv. sivuld SLU, thai Ihey ait aw la a Utter
pusiiiuii than ever la execute orders U ihev tin, of trade.
Orders frons Ike olker I Jaads kslsVl lal ssasulf
I mm.t I.J '
WHOJ.li NUMBER 115.
I laVe great pleasure In Infoiminit my fiiends anrt th.
public in general, that I tmse
REM OVE D
To inn nrirSloir,
113 and 115 Fort Street,.
Where I open with an entire NKW STOCK OF JF.W.
KLRV, SOLID COLO AND PIVILD,
of all descriptions, and a complete
SIF, VIM-PLATED IVAJUC,
Agent for Simpson's, Hall's, Steel's and Roger's
Silver Plated Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elgin
Will bens Ufore.ASPF.CIAI.llRANCIl OF MINT.
Warranting all Wink, A full line of
Spectacle a tut KyettUtKiei,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I invito the
public to inspect my slock before purchasing else,
My good standing In this Kingdom, from long -tears
experience in this Imtiiie, 1 a guarantee that I ilvall
oiler the I IKS Tat il.e VliRV I.OWF.ST PRICKS. I
liave spared no expense in selecting new stock lu order
to keep up my reputation and lo & sutUf.t(.tion.
. " tlteniiabrr," from Ltrf.ltfOOU
JJLtlS M GON'.A L VMS,
07 Hotel Street,
wish lo direct public attention to their recent Imiurla.
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
FJIOM MA DEI HA.
We purchased Ihe Roods For Cash, and ill thereiurc
be In a .Wtioii to olTcc
Great Advantages to Patrons!
The Kancy Ancles are well worthy of Inspection,
cousistinff In rt of
Work Boxes Inlaid Fancy Wood, Card Tabias
Tablets and Tray,, f.r superior to Japan...
Goor-j, Wlclwr ChalrsT Fancy Work
Baskets, Horse Hair Watch Chains,
Rules, Paper Knives, etc., etc.
A larao lln. ot Ladies'
work) Under Ctothlnir, Cro
cbet Work, Antimacassars, Fancy
Pin Cushions, new style,, Glove, Hand
kerchief and Jewelry Cases, sonMtnloa
new. Embroidered Plastron and Collar. tu
A yood uitorlmrut of frrfumrry.
$7 Hotel Street, Grey's Block. ,
t, Nuuaau Street,
Catbla.t Masker mwi UsskoUtereu-.
llurrau; Chair; l.aniiyr; Hufa; Wiuh.
Mliiwli, Tollrt Tilllti, UrarkrU,
and all other (oudi aiestalniise to a w) regulstef
Order, Uled r-r
BEDROOM AND PARLOR SETS.
On h-ul, a ljuge Kiock U JapaB Ware, rfniriiriW
llsisinM dun. on lU usual GetwaenU Tenst. and k'
Ordrrtfnm IMktr itUmU Mtt,U,d. C
Goodaijrompily (orwardsd. ,
' ' " ' ln ' ji
KAUI-UW) THE UNUltRWOKLlI UiV?
faad. reetsjii laireiiiswsissii U 'S-
I -al. r .i. SSW
irssssiilswatL ssWissf ef
- ekaTSsrsTI&sssa sSS at V. MAsessaVSV1
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