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VOIJ'Mlilll, NUiUHISK 13.
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
HI lD M IWRirTHM $5.00 t Win, n IM l(F
r nr.ifn .11 It rlptl'inv
$A S ll) J; Ja, a mtin.l I Iti'tl ilf Mlnalhm
biilmiihera mill Ailvrttltera will please address
TIIOS 0 THRUM, Piihllther and Proprietor,
I C DAKIl Istheonly atittiorlird agent for
lhi I'HRSS ' In San I'mnclaco,
I'nhllratinn tJltce It at 8 Kaaliiinianii ilirri ltd
ItmUl rnomi at Merchant street.
rA morning kiss.
n al the s ul.l.tw a frtwl rf tar.
I If Id away by a vrre, while hand ,
I fi At the window a little far,
Srfl at lh.Ht.ht of fairs tai
wrel at lh.ntf.lit of fairy Unit
tli wn Vlow in tlit slrvt ami snow,
Wailine a rn.Hn.nl a manlv form.
Hr. 'Ilf. nf winds that to and fro
Sullenly drlse lh winter ttnrin
(Jiltt.lt the tar it coming; In right I
One swift gltlne at the far) al.is.,
Dimpled luiw with a smile o hrtglili
nsw.iint Iwck that look of lore.
' (iiwal bje, p.rt r the d wling tiles,
Wafting a altt from her finger lip,
I'nre at the lltlht In her tuft puis e)et,
hwtrl at the bhrnimi iif her dewy hits.
He to Ihe roll nehlieil office illin,
Ainl to the raiet of a I my day t
Mm In her lessons ami morning ft) mil,
Itmtdfd logrtlifr by hltt of lay.
HeM many ntlrp afraid,
I n the lt(wry in ht of (own J
She with never a ilaiVer shade
I1inn the fear fif A mother' frown.
lie in the rettlett rate for ay),
Dwn where Ihe mniieyhanjert meet,
rerlt the hrealh cif the trtntiHr l.ild,
rs the pitfalls near hit left.
Well fur him lint the clouded tliea
dear when he lift A Ihe tilth tf home;
Ucll thai into this parndtf
Nese r Ihe tem ter claret lo come.
I' ry nlaht til her rle of while,
Niw the Wire 1 hy her hllle tint J
I. very filftfit Ihe angels bright,
Miner nnteen al.ive her lieaj.
t heie it hit anchor I God who heirt
1 hat ilear tialiy w ill he ir hlin too ;
Out of the 1I11M of forgetful jeflrt
Struggles hit praters tothe t alher true.
down In the street, In the tnow nint sleet,
S altt the nun In hit iniilille age i
I'n at the window, sheltered, tweet.
Watches the child on her hr while ptRe.
tte to the caret of A hmy tlt
Winning hreail In the eager town ;
She lo tier letton Ami her iilay.
After the Ihrowt her Lltet down.
Mn. M. A', Snnctttr.
REMINISCENCES OF HONOLULU.
In the summer of 1S5G n rather rancorous
controversy was cirricil on in the two paper
jwlilislicxl In Honolulu the Polynesian mul
the ilJvtitiitrM nlmut the HccntiiiR liy the
government of the Ko)al Hotel, on the corner
of Nuuanu anil Merchant streets. It appcareil
that Mr. John Maxcy, hn luiilt the hotel
after purclminp, the site from Stephen Key
nohls, in 1855, iliil hi with the umlcntaniling
that it ai sithin the limit, tixcil by the privy
council for the liccnsinj; ofliquor thops. When
Ihe Siilor' Home Society proceeded to liuilil
on the same lilpck (know na the Ilcthcl lllock)
also in 1853, the fact that the Uoyal Hotel was
to Ik: opcnctl noon was stated at a meeting of
the trustees, and created a great deal of div
satisfaction. They did not by any means ap
proe of the opening of such an establishment
in such close proximity to the Home, for they
belies ctl it would tend to thwart its usefulness.
A committee was appointed to call on the min
ister of the interior and request that no spirit
licenses might be granted on the Ilcthel square.
Responsible members of the committe stated
to the minister (l'rince Krmiehaineha was act
ing in that capacit)) that they would assume
the purchase of the party who had bought the
lot j if he desired, v anxious were they that no
license should be granted in that location.
They were informed that a license had been
promised to Maxcy for one )car, but that the
department was under no obligation to renew
it for another )ear. At the" same time the
minister icconimcndcd that the trustees of the
Ilnmc should pstition the King in prisy coun
cil for an ordinance prohibiting the granting
of licenses for the sale of spirits or Wer on the
Ilcthcl block after the expiration of Maxcy's
license. Such an ordinance was tossed in
May, 1S55. A jear afterward this ordinance
was repealed and a new license was granted to
Maxey. Of course there was a great deal of
indignation felt and expressed by the Sailors'
Home Society, at what they considered a
breach of faith on the part of the goscrnuunt.
Thcymcmorlaliied the minister on the subject.
In his reply he staled that there was a prior
obligation to Maxey, upon the faith of which
he had made bis investments; that to deny his
application for a license would be to ruin him;
and that the ordinance of May, 1S55, was
really sold as far as Maxey was concerned, by
reason of the prc ious pledge to him ; that it
should not have been enacted ; that no injury
could result to the Home by the granting of
the license, as the distance to the other hotels
was but a little greater; and that the power to
revoke its own ordinances ssas vested in the
council, when other parties were not injured
The AJrtrtistr had long and bitter editori
als against the action of the council and the
minuter, and declared its K-licf "from facts
sshicli lo.se come lo our knowledge" that the
minuter reluctantly acted only on the urging
of Mr. Wjllic. Thereupon the latter de
inandcil of Mr. Whitney the name and address
of the patty rcsKmib!e for such editorial state
ments. Mr. Whitney replied that he ssas re
sponsible. Mr. Willie Informed Mr. Whitney
that unless he, as a Christian and gentleman,
clearly and unequivocally retracted and a polo
giicd for his imputations, he ihould afford him
an opportunity to prose them inahliel suit.
Mr. Whitney rejoined that as Mr. W)lhe hail
charged him with an attempt to defame and
calumniate, he allowed until 12 o'clock that
day to withdraw the charge. The last of this
lcppcry correspondence (which was all pub
lished In the AJivrtiur) was a letter front Mr.
W)llie, In which he told Mr. Whitney that he
felt no hostility whales cr toward him, but that
any further communication must be through
"Alexander Campbell, Km., who Is my attor
ney in this case," Hut after all the bad feel
ing ami liar;! words, there was no lawsuit, and
time lui shown that it really was of no great
consequence whether Maxcy's license, about
which so much noise was nude, was granted
July 19, 1S7C, a charier was granted to "The
Hawaiian Medical Society," consisting of Win,
llillebrand, O, V. Judd, George A. I-alhrop,
Kolicit McKibhln, T. C. It. Kooke, K. W.
Wood, Mi HolTmann, Chailcs I'. Guillon,
Sail V. Ford, Thomas Welsh, and their asso
ciate and successors. The lirst (and last)
officers of the society wetct Dr. K. V. Wood,
president; Dr. William llillebrand, vice-president;
Dr. Chailc Guillon, secretary, and Dr.
VA. llolihiann, treasurer. Its object was "the
encouragement and cultivation of medical
science, and the aJuncenieiit of ihe interests
and usefulness of the medical profession."
Hut, u might naturally be etpected in a small
community like this, private Interests prevented
the coherence or perpetuity of the society, and
It passed away,
AUnil this time H-seml nllrtiipti were limit
In introduce oyster here, fiom Cntlfomli.
'I hee nllcmpl wcic nut scry siiffnwful. .'n-v
cr.il lots which were brought from California
at different lime nt the cspensc of l,rlncf l,ot
Kemcliiriiclia, J. ('. KpiMIng, and Dr. S. I
Pcml, nearly nil died brfmc rwchlng llono
lulu. A few were plintnl at I'.w-n. a few mile
front the illy, but I doubt If thr-y mirsircil.
During the month of Ui.liil.er an cdmatnl
young englishman, who hid been Induced in
his serdsney to Join the Mormons at Salt
lvke, slsilril Honolulu, and at Ihe rcqucl of
a number of prominent rpsldenls, was induced
to glsr everal lecture In the llclliel, detailing
his experience among lly Saints, lie drew
luge and attentive nudlinccni mid lie nlm
drew out a defense of the Mormon In the pub
lie papers from one r Cartridge. Mr. Jon
Utile (his nunc wa John, but lie affected a
phonetic slsle of iiclliiiu) had in his lecture
shown up the riueer Kli'iainntis doinie of
llilghim Young and the leading Saints, and
Mr. Partridge, who vvas one of ihe Mormon
missionaries here nt Ihe Islnuls, rctall.ited by
asserting lli.H Mr. Itsde himself hid a few
month before preached In fasor of lailsvamy.
'I hereuKm Hide rejoined, admitting lite truth
of the acciisillon, but declaring tint he hid
seen the error of his wa).
Noscmbcr 131I1, the Chinese merchants of
Honolulu and I.nlnlm, combined, give a
grand lull to their Majestic the King and
Queen, in honor of their recent mintage. Il
took place at the court house, n ml wa pro
nounced to be the most splendid aftiir of the
kind ever seen in Honolulu. It cost the Chi
nese the sum of $3,700. The name of the
committee of arrangement were: Asing,
Vung Shcong, C. P. Samslng, Utaiand Alice,
Acini, ami Afong. The opening qimlrillc was
llius made up: Her Majesty the Queen and
Mr. Vung Slicnngj'lhc King and Mr. Gregg;
Princes Kaahiiminu nnd Mon. Pcrrin; Prince
Kamelnmcln and Mrs. C. U. llishop; Mr.
Wsllic and Miss Hamlin; Captain Harscy,
R. N., and Mrs. Antrum; Captain C.uolmc,
French navy, and Mrs. Henry Ithodcs; Mr,
Afong and Mr. W. C. Parke; Mr. Alice and
Mrs. Coady; Mr. Gee Won nnd Mrs. Atdrich.
Whenever the Chinese undertake an j tiling of
this sort there is nothing meaner stinted in the
way of expenditure, and this first and licst
Chinese bill was gotten up in lavish stylr.
The pastry and sweetmeats provided were
something wonderful in variety and quantity,
and two of the items for supper were six whole
sheep roasted and 150 thickens. The affair
vvas the talk of the town for a month after.
Novcinlicr 24th, the vvhalcship A'aiiican,
Captain I.ucc, of New llcdford, while in tow
of the tug Mr, went on shore in a severe
squall from the south, 'on the rock at the en
trance of Honolulu harbor known as the mid
dle ground, where she soon bilged. She was
homeward liound, and had on lioard 2,300
barrels while oil and 8,Soo pounds of lione,
all of which was saved. The sv reck vv as sold
at auction for $795, to Captain Thomas
December 9th, the whaling bark PmJtiit,
of Grecnport, wa discovered to base been
scuttled at anchor in the harlior, having fuc
nnd a half feet of water in her hold. On pump
ing her out a single augur-hole vvas discovered
in the Imttom. Nine of the crew were arrested
anil locked up in the rort lor examination,
but nothing appeared to implicate either of
December aSth, the Port-street Church, Rev.
J. D. Strong, pastor, vvas formally dedicated
as a place of public worship. 1 he church and
society had for several years been granted by
ine government ine tree use 01 me court nousc.
December 25th, Christmas Day, was also,
by proclamation of the King, Hawaiian
thanksgiving Day. A sermon was preached
in the Ilcthel by the Res'. W. S. Turner, jias
tor of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
II. I., s.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
The follow inn items of forciun nevvs arc
collected from San I'raucisco exchange to the
9th ult....Col. Robert Ingersoll thinks Gen
eral Sherman may lie the next I'residcnt of the
United Mates.. -j.i-narges against engineer
.Melville ol xnejtannille expedition are to be
investigated.... The reduction in the national
debt for October was about $15,250,000...,
Rear Admiral lliarlcs II. t'oor died at Wash
innlon, Nov, 5th of appoidcxy. He entered
the service in 1827, and was retired in 1S70
....Mr. KdisonV. patents now numlier 396
the most ev cr granted to one man .... During
the week ending Nov. 4th, I, 032,900 standard
silver dollars were put in circulation by the
United States Mints. In the same period last
vear but 360,400 were circulated .... Hear Ad
miral Shufeldt has settled dow n lo work as a
member of the Nasal Advisor)- Hoard. Shu
feldt, when In China, was offered the highly
Important position of Admiral of the fleet and
Commandcr-in Chief of the Chinese Navy.
The position is one of large mwer, important
duties and great influence. The offer was de
clined, although the tender was made in the
mo-t (Littering terms It is understood that
the American Government will lie invited to
name the I'residcnt of the International Com
mission, to lie organized to ihjtciminc the value
tif the property destrojed in (lie burning and
lximbardnicnt of Alexandria..,. The I-ondon
Fiuantitr of November Slh statess "Among
the minor cllects of the Democratic gains in
Tuesday's election in the United States, there
have been transactions in Confederate bonds
of considerable amount, and during the past
few day they have increased in extent at
firm quotations.". . . .A complete organization
of the National Guard of Vcru is ordered.
The Chilean republic is obliging all the all
iens to enlist.... The law in .Mexico abolish
ing the exiwit duty on money has gone into
effect. This is a great relief to merchants
and U generally approved..., Small-pox lias
broken out at liogota and r.mpcrador, u. a. 01
loiomiua, anu venow lever nas appcareu ai
Panama, , , .Germany ami Russia arc strongly
forlif)ing their contiguous territory.,.. Admi
ral Scsmour hat been made a l'rer, with- the
title of llaron of Alcestcr ..The armament
of the Russian army against Germany and
Austria Is being carried on with great activity.
General Todlclicn has ov eilookcd ihe construc
tion of formidable fortifications at Ilrcslatof,
near Gerodna. There is apturently a large
and well equippctt camp upon ine light bank
of the river Hult. The manipulations of mili
tary forces and the daring, open manner in
which the preparations ate being conducted,
create the utmost uneasiness, among all classes.
At a mcctinn of the Lomifcllow Memo-
rial Committee in Iindon it was unanimously
noised that a bust of l-oimfcllow be placed In
the poclV coiner of Westminster Abbey ...
The Veluir sa)s cx-Kmprca Kugenie has
made her will in favor of 1'iincc Victor Napo
lean. ..The Russian fortifications of Graje
liavc assumed such formidable proioitoiis and
appear so much to threaten Germany that It
lias been considered necessary for Germany to
fortify her contiguous territory, which the hat
done. The fiontlcr armament of twill empires
are now nearly completed . . , Destructis e gale
and inundations continue throughout England.
In tome place Ihe grain crops have sulfcrcd
complete destruction,... The Rosalia police
hae liccn oliicially notified of a conspiracy at
I'altavsa for a rising of the peasantry. This Is
the nest of 300 conspirator, most of whom,
when in attempt was made for thtii capture
by the J)lice, vscapeil by jumping from w in
dowa.,., A report has been received stating
that the Danish Arctic exploring expedition
has met with a serious disaster by Ihe wreck
of their tteainct VjfxMiM on the Siberian
coast,,, .A strong aim-German feeling has
timing up in Kivttu since the death ol the Utt
ll.UAM 0, SMITH,
ATTOHXIiV AT I. AW,
ftl Mai HANI SlARRT, HnNOI III t , yt
I M. DAVIDSON,
.1 TOM.W.'r.lr ,.! H,
Nn Merchant Street, Honolulu. M
U R. CASTUl,
A1IUUSV.V AT I. A If,
Ami MM... tiul.l.r Aita.t. nil ,1... !.... e ii.
M !Viat Srnititf, IIokoi 111 v, 1
A 1 mit.s :i' ,1 i,dt. slit, i. lit a r r,A ir.
ry.s. cummings a mah'tTn
Orririt rn finr inn llvmiriiiii fl
sviiinuiMi A.vn iniumrATiim viiv.
OfTiie llonrt Until 9 a. M , Ami from i-j Anil 6 yy-i r M.
J MO. A. IIASSINGBK,
iNritAina Orrvr, lloNnlt'ti',
Aiir.sr nt takh Avn.o)t ,:;-
meiifeo f'rmrr l.nlinr, ,
TNO. S McOIUiW, M.T).
J I'll v.sioiA.v mul stntor.oy.
I Intel ttreel, hetween I'det Anil Alilr.i tlntli
I'rom ; In 10 a. m ! 1 lo 4, ami C to S p m.
lion . If enhone Nn. ir.i.
TOIIN II. PATY,
IIIWIII VI U, VJAIIIl, II. I.,
siiT.t nv win, wash ro.H.itisHiosr.n
t .v iI.m s7,-i nr rnl.r...:. ....1 nr-... ti. r-
At Ihe lljnk of llithop fi Oj. i
O M, CARTKH,
llllNOLVLV, It, I,,
jf.H.vi' ro t.ik; AVKXoniAuwi:.
Ulfllln In fault tlrl In l.ilhnr.
OlTirent I'Aclfic Mail .Sleimthlp Dock, Ktplinvle. rj
1 M. WIIITNBY, M. D., D. D. S.
ItONOIUU, II. I.,
iii:tai. itomi.s v roiiT riti:i:r.
Odice tn ttrewer't ItLwlr. nrn rrr.l ...! 1'
Sireett, entrance on Hotel Street 1
IWI MAGAN, M. D,
HoNorL'Ltr, II I,,
I'lir.siaiA.v A.vn svinnux. orrwi:
10:i I'm I Sllrrl.
Office hours from into u a. m , anil 3 10 3 11. m.
Resilience 10) Nnuaim .Street. 0
TV D. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II, I
1'irrswiAx axi) suminox,
TltLKHIONK NUMDEK lg.
OTice hours from 8f to ro a. ra; U to 3U j,. m.
Omce and residence mimber a, Kukui street,
corner Fort street. .,
And Importer of American Jewelry of every detcrip
llon. (tormerlyol San I'rancnco, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Qufh.n Staket, Honolulu, II. I.,
IMVOIiTI'.lt A.Vtt in: A 1.1:1: i.v OH.V-
rral Mr-rrirfiliae. ,
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu SmitRr, Honolulu.,
JMMHTKltS AXIt COJIMJSSIOX MEH
1UJRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Na 104 Fort SrkKKT, Honolilu,
-FASiriuxAiii.i: j)i:i:ss axji ci.oak-
A W. BUSH,
No. 50 Fokt Stkkt, Honoluli,
almoin axi riiorisrux dkai.vi:.
Family Grocery and Feed Store. r
AX7-M. G. IRWIN & Co.
HONOLLLU, 11. I.,
SVGA It f.tCTOUS AXIt COMMJSSIOX
WM. C. IRUIN.
p BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island;.
suiri'jxa .ixn vosimissmox mkii-
II. a. r. carter. 1 r. c. JONES, jr.
rlLLINGHAM & Co.
Na 37 Fort Stkkkt, Honolulu,
lili'OlirKttSAXU IIKALKUS IX UAIllt-
trilrr, tiifer, Tiol,
Paints and Odt, and General .Merchandise. I
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
.Villi" CUAXltLKIlS AXIt COV.UIHHIOX
Agents fur brand's Gunt and Homh Lances and Per.
ry Davit' I'aln Killer. 1
r AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
CfWMISSUtX MHI1CIIAXTS 1311'lllt-
If ra iimiI ielrr4 tn,
lUy, Grain and General Produce. 1
No. 99 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I,,1
IMVOUTKItS Of UKSKItA I. MKHCIIAX-
ilhti from fVmirr, EhiIihhI,
Gcrtnany and iheUnilcd Stales. i
ai6 and 11S CALiroRNtA Street, S. F.,
iriioi.H.s.i ik aitovmis.
PaitlcuUr attention paid lo rilling and shipping It
and orders. ,
T OUIS ADLER,
Number ij Nuvaku Street.
MAXVI'ACTVKKK AXIt HKAI.ni: IX
lluuli mul .Sliurm of rrrry ilrnrrittoH.
Ladies and Children's ear. My Mod. It worthy of
Intpection ltict very low. 5,
T WILLIAMS & Co.
10a and 104 Fort Street,
VHOTOdKAVIltt! A UTI.tr a.
Pictures of all sites and Linda made lo order, and
frames of alt deM.TiAont comtanily on hand. Ali
Corals .Shell) and Curwuliet of the Pacific
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
llONOLULt', II I.,
tttnlrr lit Lumber unit till Limit of llullil.
Ihu Material; Vnlnlt, Oil, Xull; rlc,
Afients of schooners
Hateakata, Kulanianu, KckauluohJ, Mary Ellen,
Ultima. PauiM and LeahL
At Kobinion's Wrurf. 1
'T'HEO. II. DAVIBS ft Co.,
(Late Jamon, GurN & Ca)
iMvourr.it, commissiox mkuciiaxj
it ml Ayrtit ur
Lloyd' a and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Porelu Marin losuruc Company,
And Northern Astutance Compmy 1
IIONOLI'LU, II, I.,
IVaw Eachaivfeonthe BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and ttwu atutt is
MESSRS. M. St. ROTHSCHILD SONS, Lonjon.
The ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION ol
Loailoa. and tnctr Uancttet in
Ajk Inutatt a getter al LUnliinj Itauncts. 1
H. 1., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, J.8S2.
HI). C. HOWE,
imrii: ,nui Minx I'.uxiim,
Ptewa HANr,ft, eir ,
11; King itrett, ILFlal ,
r nwiiKs ft cooKR,
(i 11 aaviet r l.awiatft DkKvin.)
IMI'DIII llllt AMI III1AI.IIIIH . ,(.!.
hef tlllil nil hlltit nf Ihlllil I Ilf Mnlnrlilln,
Port street, Honolulu, II, I. 1
J7 O, HAM.. ft SOU,
CfiAtiM I'iirt ai Kwn Hraeert,
nii'inirr.its, iniAi.nns ix ii.iiin.
iim-f, lh i) Ihiinlt, Vnlnlt,
Oiltaml Cenernl Mmhan-tif. 1
J W McCHI'.SNHY ft SON,
I.H.I III lilt, II 1 1)11.1, lAl.l.uil, A. SI)
Aiwii, fr the l(asmlSmpUmny N.n 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, . . ' 9
-s C. COLEMAN,
IIiinoiI in, , ,(
iii.AiiHiMirii, mai'iiixisi; nut.
rlnir Ifnrl., lnrtc Slinrlu,,
Planlltliiil Mdchlners. eir. tluitinn Klntr ttr
rieti to Cattle A rnukt'ii. " 1
No. 8 Knahumanu street,
Tin. Coppnr 11 ml Shoot Iron Worhnr,
SIOVi:S AND KANtiCS.
of All kind,, IliunUn' UncV and mefat,, Imme furnlth-
mr; cMHit, cliamlelicrt, laiulit, etc
M. OAT ft Co.
INnxniuiu, II. I.,
SAIIr.MAKI'.IIH. I'l.AIIH or A I.I. III'..
rWin mil, Ir, mil ir),itlir,l,
jtih tn A P. Cunt t ,tu, R. A..r t... Ml... r. .e
., . "- .-v" .... n,n. iruiiuiii., ii.n ui
Nuuinu hlreet t .r
HoNorurt', II. I.
viiixr.r.n sti'.am iiAxitr jiaxwai:-
Inill mul llnl. I'm.
Practical (juiifrrti,uu-r IN.tn. t'. .l ll.t
.Numlier 71 Hotel street, btlirecn l,t ami Nhhmu
r ENGLING ft Co.,
No. j Nuuanu Street,
TTXSMITIIH AXIt Vt.VMIir.llS, DV.AI
In Shirr, Itminm, Tin,
Sheet Iron anil fTi...,.,. l' L. ... -.1..
hamla Tull attmenr of I inware, (5alvanlcd Iron and
lad Pifie, India Kuhher How, etc , etc. ia
r W. GIRVIN,
OAILUKU, .siaui, ll. I,,
ctniMisstnx .iiritcit.txr axd nr.x-
rrnl Dmli'f In Di j (Intuit,
Groceries, Hsrdnare, Stationer), Patent Medicine,
Pcrfumrry and (tl ittware. ,
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,
Honolulu, II I.,
sti:am r.xntXKs, mut.r.ns, .sihiau
MUIm, tjtmlrrn, trim, llrwi
And l.?i.l ricitm. Ti-l..n .. ..r .. . .1 f..;..
nude to order. I'.ulicuLir attention pant lo Ships'
..vn...i.,..ti.. jm, mn. cxccuicu on ine tuonctt no
No. 9 Kaaiiumaku Street, Honolui l, II. I ,
WATCH AXJ CLOCK MAKKlt,
Jtepuivhifj it Specialty.
, nttabhslied 1831. 1
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
XumiER it Niusnu Street.
TAITjOJIINO OF jnVEUY J)JC-
scvijiilon done lo orilvr.
Men's, boy' and ) oulhs' work. 1
Number 64 Hotel Strpet,
MUAIjS 8 IS It VK I) AT A LI,
ItuuvH of the titty, .
Special term for regular boarders. Fhe xinly suita
ble irivate room in town for IkIica.
Mrs. Leon dej can, Proprietress.
No. 8a Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
OOLI) AND HILVEK M'OliKKli,
WtttrhmttUvv tint! Jtcjittlrer.
(Jiialitycood and cheap prices. In slock a vartetyof
uw.. i.uiLiira anu jcWLir)
HP H. NORTON & Co.,
Na 13 MAUNAkEA STKEtJT,
Home MhorhtUt Shoe rt worrit mul nil htmli
f Jtlnrhmiilth II urh ilattr to unlrr.
Carriage iiwlins and repairing done by competent
workmen 'I"hc LeU honc-khoer in tlic country works
at thu place io5-r
Crater of Kilavka.
ll. i. I.UXTZ.JIAXAOMt.
t Mtorvrefiuirinjany unusual JUplay of volcanic ac-
nun win kinuiy civeiitti Aianaer.i least ten tuyi no
lice in fine weather, ami from clct en to thirteen in fouL
Plenty to eat, a rouiin- fire, clean bed and the lit
alt enda iice on the Hawaiian ULuuU. 5
Ni- 6Qicin Street, (Fish Market.)
iiea i.t:it tx choicest nr.r.r, mvttox
Vrnl, null, etc.
lamilyand Shipping Orders carefully attended to.
Live Mim.1. furntttied to vcttett at short notice, and tee
etablcsof all Vindt supilied lo order. 34
- E. WILLIAMS,
IStrORTER AND DEALER IN
rvitxiTViit: oFErmtr itr.svnivTiox
AIo I'jiliolntrrrr unit MuHHJnrtHrrr.
Furniture Warerooms No. ido Fort street. Wotk
shop at old tland on Hotel Street. Alt orders promptly
AiciKiet, iu. 4
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
iMrOETEEiANU DnvLEES IN
HOOTS, SHOES, VVUXISItlXU (IOODS,
tlntt, Ciijw, Trunk, Vnlhrt,
Perfumerj- and Soant, Wahham Watchet, Kne levr.
elry, etc., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I. 1
npiIOS. O. THRUM,
luroETING ANU MAKUrACTURINa
STATlOXr.lt, XKHS AOKXT, VltlXTXIt,
And publither o( the SaTURoaV Press, and antl.
AtmaH:Hm.tAiMHt, Merchant street. Itcal.
cr in Fine hutionery, Itoott, Mutlc. Toys and Fanes
Goodt, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH B. WISEMAN
J llo.OH.Lf, II, I.,
IcK.tl. ESTATE llltOKKIt AXII EMVI.U:
Rents Roonis, Collages, Houset,an4 sells and leases
Real F.ttate In all ortsofthe Klnjtdom, F.mplo)tuent
found tot thoM tccLinc stork, in all the various uanches
of iHidnct connected vt ith these 1 tlandt. Ltat docu
rutntt drawn. Hills Collected, llouks and Account! kept
and general or&te wuek trantaclcd. Palruuaetoliclted.
Comoiisidont moderate. 34
p W. MACFARLANE Co.
Qlien SrEEsr, Honolulu, II. I.
luHmrter ami Comiiilttlun Mrrrhant,
Jtubhtwu'm Etrvruof HuiliUttu,
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.' Liverpool Una of Packet
The Waikapu Plantation
Ine Spencer Plantation, HUo
Hakatau PUntatlou. HUo
Mlrleea, Tall WaUoo. Sugar Machinery
The Puttloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
iMrORTER ANU DALE N
tllASSHA HV, MKKIUEX XILVKH Vll.
ltd Htirf, hratktl, I'utet,
Kind's ComUoalloa Sneaaclet and KveElaiaea.
Lvtotral Wire Ware, Fancy boapa, Pictun Frame, pst.
lui, si oaicnnoiia s IMtket uuliciy, tvaocr, unot anu
Atuatututton, CUrk's Spout Cutlon, Mavbine Otl. all
kuidt of Machine Neediet, "DoaKtiic' Panel t athwos.
Sole agent of the uoUutally ackrwwIeUed
Llght-Ruaalaw DMaeetk Sevetug alacklo,
No, 4Twt atrwt. Hoavablir.
t j R. MelHTYHE ft nnOTIinR,
Owr. Kirw; ab I'out St., Hnoninirr,
-""'I'H'-l'' ,s" '';':" rtlOlli:, t
It IIACKPP.I.Dft Co.
Ti eii Srat, llniii 11, 11 I ,
tinxr.iiAi, loirvisiinv tnnvrt. t
vit.irfhoAi, vAixir.it, Dr.uiit.niiit,
JjJfJ',,,ri 'r"'",,y ""' I'llrrrr,
Jl), HOI'I'SCHLAnonU ft Co.
Hooillii, Oahi, II. I ,
nivoitriiiit A.vit vovMi.ssio.v mi: it.
p a. aciiAni'nn a Co.
IIoroii Li, Hawaiian III aium,
niVllltTI'.llH AXIt ItlMMI.SSloX Ml'.lt
ILDtlR ft Co.
COR, I'llET AND tl ItrH StS , IlllfUII ULI'.
rMiir.it. v.iixr.s, uii.s, xaii.:
unit llilll.lliifl Mnlrrlill nf rrrnl html.
Oi'f Simcar, llnmiliitr,
A !5. CLP.GIIORN ft Co.
IttriiRTERs anu Healers ih
nr.sr.it.t 1, MtutciiAxiiisi:,
Corner (jueen An-J Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu
tJOLLES ft Co.
tjvrrx Srrr.T, UnKOLUiu, II. I.,
.1711' CIIAXItl.r.llS AXIt IOMMISHIOX
Imjiorters nnit Dealera In fteneral Merchandise. 1
THO. II, DROWN,
roj IIeeetania Strfrt,
txs i' 1: rro it 01' wr.ia iith axii
Orders can be left at Ihe Police Station.
A1 S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Malee's IfLnck. Quern Strpet,
iMvititrritHAXtt irnoi.r.HAi.i: nr.Atr.
rrm in tlrnrrnt MrrrhmiillMr. 3
No. 111 Fort Streft, Honou'lu,
WATcitMAKKti, .tr.wr.i.r.n, i:tiit.t-
rrr, mul ttlmiuiml Srltrr.
All orders faithfully executed.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
114 California St., San Francisco,
1 ttltWA IllllXa AXI) COMMISSlllX
Special facilities for ami particular attention paid to
IVIl-IKIIIIICIHII ut itunu
No. 114 Fort St., orrosiTE Pantheon Stables,
hoot axii siior.MAKr.it. hoots axii
Sltor nitrite to ontrr,
Ofhcst material at reatonable pricet, and foi catS. a
TJOLLISTER ft Co.,
Wholesale akii Retail
DltUOOISTS AXII TOIIACCOXISTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II. I, 1
DROWN & PHILLIPS,
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Ho-.oi.ulu, II. I ,
I'vitcttcttl L'ltuiibcvx, Utix-flttcva
Particular attention paid lo the littinj up of the
Hotel Stri-et, Hoaollll, II I.,
JWATAilt IX XiAJUJCS' AXI)
Oent'n Shoes and Gaiters,
Try roy store, after one transaction you will be ture
to come aatn. Kepairin;: done to order. Formerly tf
QAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Stsfet. Honoll-lt, II. I.,
(orrosiTE sailor's home.)
V US TOM HOOT A X I) S HO K
Good work; hw prices. Repairing- it&ne tvit'i neat
ness ami ditucd.
P H. OEDING,
xpreas and Drnyrruui.
Freisht, Packages, and ltaseafedelivued to and from
all jiarts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tcruion paid to moving Funmure, with
WAGONS FAPKF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
lelcphonc86; residence ajs Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King- street. io6-tf
OAILEY ft Co.
Urrut 10-Crnt stare: Somrthlnu Xewt
Ten thousand different articles; everything lit rent I
Come tmil rr, ut
Old Stand, 109 Fort street- 106.3m
TUf PHILLIPS & Co.
rlliil Wholmnle Jlealer In' Clollilny, Haul,
Shoes, Hals, Mcns's Furnishing Goods
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
VT P. BURGESS,
CAllVEXTElt ami ltVILIIEIt.
All limit of Jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130. Williamson's Exitfeis Office
Shop No. 84 King street. io3
ricawfi of Horm and other doroetlc3ted Animals,
treated In the mmt practical and tctentilic nunncr.
Il SKA St Of TI1R II1W)P X trtClALTV.
lfa.L,l ftd t7Ari Rltattmaafr Ifkn.latltB .I.a ll mt
ivsHvnv wj avail eiaasvtatv, iitniuauiu wmitvj itvii viitcia
left Hill recene rrompt attention. $-qt
r F, WOLFE,
uuocEiir, mm axj ruortsmx
Would like heads of families, rhuordmghoute keepers.
aru others to Lnow tnat lt at all times ciu at peKe
4cm 01 ine low, vruers tottaieu ana ginu proinjtiiy
delivered In any part of trje city or suUitU. Number
109 King Street, between AUVca and Fort Sis. 51 -6m
No. M MKUCHANT S1REET, HONOLULU,
(l.uaUi.tieJ In iSrg.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad. Telephone and other
corporation atocKt. Bonus anu aiaiuar
securities bought aod sold oa
Commlssloa. Money loaned
oa Stock Securities.
HeotJulu. II. I., October in. ilea. no-tf
pASTLB & COOKE,
Not, , KihQ SraiKT, Hakouu, II. 1-
Alj';W"U iihiI CutMHilasloM MrrthanlM,
Importers and Dealers In
Tha HUchsock h Company's Ptaautlon.
1h AUaander & Ualieia FluuatMil.
K. I laLtraJ, or WaUloa Haauiiun.
A, II. tmuh & Coeapany, Kul.aa. Kauai
J. M. AUunder. Ul, MattL
llie HalVu buffsr CooaMny
The Kohala Sues Loutpaay.
Ttst Uaioo laturaaea Coaniiif of Saa PrueUco.
The tUm Eaataad Life laamaac. Co. ol Bostea.
Tke aiasutsttarlM Coeapiay o( Raaloav,
D. If . Waatoa'a Pataat Ceatrifcaaf MattUaa.
The Hurt sal's Una, Huahik) a4 Saa PraaxUco
tk. JavSMJk Sobs CeaeUatWllTtirl.il
ad Wfc tar fc WlVaeas'a Ss iatnay MeMafcaa. i-s
ManfiMrr tm-t Dealer In all IWe ef
SAbhhKlfV ,i IIAItXIiSS
OrHtt from ihe h-t ItlanHi unmniAr ailenoWl in.
Corner Pott and Ktne Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
piIARLES T. OULICK,
AlMNT TO TAMr ACKKOWIJHUtlltrTS TO I.SAOR
OfSre In Mackee't lllock iwmr f)ftn and Kaantt
wwwelreXa, UnmfaNl 1 ly
M King Street,
7m, f';iiei-., ,i,,il tihrrl Iron ll'orlirr.
tlvmhitHi, gM Atihw ami all nrk It, my line nw inly
w.nmniiM , trin. nvxitraie.
Itenvme the a-Wreet, oiit(te the Pofiee Stalkn,
84 King street. io-fCin
C 3- LEVEY ft CO.,
Wliolntalo mul Rntiill Orooeira,
Port street, Hon-dula,
Freth woCerie aM irotftmrt in- .11 1 ll. .- r,i awl
received regularly from Kuroc an.1 America which
will ! n,M at Ihe lowett maikel ralM.
fonilf ilehrercd lo any rt of I lie city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and um attention will be
glten tothe same. ns.ry
T H LYNCH, " "
J 3 Klnc street,
Dnnlor in eivej- tlcticriptlon or BOOTS
Ladies and Gents' Pine Wear a Specialty.
OSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
c, imnwr.R v ca,
Acenti for the Hawaiian Islands. i
PHILADELPHIA DOARD OP UNDER
C. IMEWEK & Ca.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Pranclsco.
CASTLE, & COOKE AGENTS.
Incorporated 187V t
HAMBURG-MAGDHDURG FIRE 1NSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
A, JAEGER AGES T.
BuiMing, Merclutvliwra Furniture and Machinery
Iiwured againtt Pre on the mott fivoratte termi. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
tiany of Berlin.
E A. SCUAEFER V C., AGESTS.
The above Insurance Company, hat estahh'thed a
General Agency here, and the ueriigned. General
A?tnt, art: authorued to ulce rlikt against the dangers
of the Seas at the mast reaionaUe ralea and on the
most favorable lertnt.
JDREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
n A. SCUAEFER & Co., Atntt,
Alio agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian ItUmln. ,
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A SCUAEFER & Ca AGENTS.
Theaboe Insurance Company has estaUithed a Gen
eral .r-ncy here, ami the above kilned. General Agentr,
are authorised to take Kicks against the dangers of the
Sea at the mott reasonable tales, aod on the mott fa
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
slcherungs Gesellschaft of WLnterthur.
. UACKFELD & Ce.t AGESTS.
Captul of the Company ... .francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands a prepared to insure Uuildings, f umiture,
.Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, alw bugar
and Rice Mill, and vessels in the harbor, agajnu loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. t
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
aace Company. (Limited)
TEO . DA VIES AG EST.
The above agent has received instruction to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
forts in the I 'aa fie, and is now prepared to iuue poti
des at the Ioett rates, with a special reduction on
freight per fcteamers. 1
HAMDURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
f. A. SCIIAEFEK cV Co., AGEXTS.
The above firm havim; Leen anDointed agents of this
company are prepared lo insure rula azanut fire on
Stone and llrick huiMinss and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the moM tavoratle terms. For particulars
apply ai ineir oincc. I
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company ol ilamburg-,
U, HACKPKI.D & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital and Keserse Reichunaik t,tva,ooo
their Ke-lniurance Companies, '
The Agents of the ahose Company, fee the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Huildinfs, r unuture.
and Ktce Milts and seuls in the harlior, aalmt loss
or datnace h) Ine, on the most favorable terms. 1
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. ItACKFEED fr Ca, AStntu
CapiulantkResene. ..., Ucichsmark 6,0fo,ooc,
their Kcliuurance Cotnaanies " torooco
Total. . ., .. .Relchsmark I07,6so,oofj
The Aeents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure lluddings. Furniture,
Merchandise and lYoducc. Machinen, etc., alsa Sufar
and Rice A 1 til, and vessels in the harbor afabut lots
or damage by fire, on the roost favorable terms, i
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ol Mew York.
H ILDER if Ce., AGEXTS,
tMrn'rtt, Safett ami matt Economical Life
Ineurunte CoiHiMiMy In the M'orfii,
'' CASH ASSETS OVER S90.ooo.ooa
For further information concerning the Company,
an.1 for rales of Insurance apply tothe Agents, or to,
J, K. S1man, Solkitinj- Agent. i
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Tin lauurssac Co.
The ahose Company hare mtf cslaUished an aftney
here, and are prepared to taVc rUls oa prop
erty of escry description lthin these
J. TsW.TFRHOUbI Jr.,
"TSIIB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
M. uiooe insurance company,
BISHOP & C AGENTS.
I'mIIiiiKmI Liability I. Alorkkol.ler.
Assets , $)i.ja,tM
iscoui roa ilm
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance. , , ,f e.ji,m
l-oaws promptly adssiurd and pad here. i
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE I.NSUR.
aatc. vnmsiiay of atoaioa.
CASTIK & COOKE, AGEXTS.
Ttse olslt Purely Mutual Life Imwik
Company la Um UaH4 SUU.
Volttlt Itturd (Ae smo EurormU Termt
nAurtE or KoxroainniE rus t
lasorej age JJ )tar-ordinary We ylM I
I Aaoual premium cooHjats PaMcy yaam dan
Htniil preastnan roataaa Pafoy 4 Hra,
a AatHSal peaeaeaasa cottasatsa ISajeWv v miml ,.
4 sall K.ml.sil coaeiaa. gafar yar-a "
I jMnil fraasliim coasaam PttWy wyaaoja "
avaWa-, - )t I.iMMtMMr.
)i'. C'AiifoMit Ur , Cai.,(Khm No. 4 )
ff.lll',1 IIA V tOVSIll, ItttlMISIlOX
ARNDIUI ft Co.
11; ii'i Mtttti si , a rtussKsaui,
tll'.Xr.HAI. VtllttHIAHIStl AtmXTHAXh
CRANK If. AU5TIH h Co.,
Orricc No. MCanroea1! STrr, S. T.,
t.oiiMirisiiix a ti i:r.i a tttnwAHit.
Comicmnmls (mm lU Ifa.attan IsUfxh Mif4
1M t telce arranl.l and sale (aaranl 4
-HAftLP.S HRBVKR ft Co.
; Kitur raerr, lioetow,
Atir.XTs or iia ii aiiax VAVHV.rs,
tlrnrrnt t'nimntttlaii Airntt.
Klftal attrMlon ien lo lhe trchan t fr,k f
the HawaSbn IradV I relht at ImeM rant.
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
ltVT I'iarvm; ijun OrtiMi sate half; Luyrlhe
MrtulMi... (nm ., I. tu rath, Hll,
ur InaallriMnts tataHtteee fr.,
ANHSi:l,l, corner aiarsn .-I l'ni,V .
I GUS BUHT,
Vat country merchants and mining companrs and gen.
era! Cummiwun Merthanl, Insurance effrxted ut
K001I comnie at loesl rates.
Offlrr HIS front Slrrrt, Sun I'rnnrltru, fill.
)ALMER & REV,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The lafxett and only complete Type Poandry and
(-'rioters' Warhoue on the Pacific Coatt.
5 and wrj LeldesdorrT and
519 Commercial street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
We tteep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
lypf ever kept on thw coau, tether with a
moist cotxipleie stogie Miller & Rich
ard s Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Any-thin in the Printer'i line.
from a IlodUn to a Cylinder Pre. We have a lare
stock of new and second-hand Printing Pretws of
all makes and sires. We are sole agents for
Camp1eirsCnwIer Pre, Oxiretl antl
Uabcock Presn ; alio Peerless, Clip.
fr. Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTO.N HAND PRESSES;
new I Jitter steam engines, which are ju the thine for
printers, Tucrk Water Moters, Gem Paper Cutters.
and a full line of Sanborn's bwkUndeti"
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Pcertes Pnntinj Inks are considered the tea In
ute. llt you used our Perfection pUies?
Tliey sate editorut work and composi
tion, and therefore save money.
.nrSKND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Remember No houe on this coart can compete with
us In quality of goods.
Oucago office 178 Monroe street.
HAWAIIAN INVLS1-MENT AND ACENO"
On First-class securities, for Ion? or sheet periods.
ysppiyto sv UUKI.I., Hunter r Itm.
OUct Queen Street, cner G. W Mattarlarie & Ca-t!t(
"IITAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Waiuim-, Mali, II. I.,
Heel Qiinltlu of I'll In I Mnnufarturrd Con
tinuity. All orders titled with divfoich.
E. H. Bailey.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
Kii. (U WA LLEIt. Proprietor,
PRIME .MFATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND FOR SALE DAILY, het.een the
hours of 5 until n a. m, and a p. m.
N. IT. Outoqiers calling at the Market can he mp
p&ied aftemooot, if so desired.
Teetooe No. a&. loo-ST
ENGLING & Co.
The subscribers, finding their pxttious space totally in
twuiMic iw wii w in urviy increaMJo;
Ui&ineus, fuund it neccuary to rnlarce
tlteir Store, in order to fadiltate
Ore UMwute of an Iia
fnense uock jf
RANGES, STOVES. TINWARE.
Special attention is called to Ihe follo.ing.
eiluUls now on hand;
' ALVARADO SIOVES.
N1.W PAR-VGsTN RANGES.
SuilaUe for plantation uie. the cttehrail "KIUIU.lv
SiTOVt and " 11AI1V WAY RANGE.
set In Ukl, uh hot aateratucluaentt: Ccjt lo
ers, of every dncatption, eaade so orders iron
Pipuij all suev-Lead Pipe. Iroa anl
llrau Cosks and 6llioi j alto
A maw atyl of aWwla Sfator.
Jt U not necessary to enumerate oar stock sTIN-
&, U..U. l.TJWJVU HI Wiptf7 -'
article in Out trade, aniat PRICKS
E. & Co. thank their taltons fer the hUr.l soptxet
accorded them during the past fir years, aad at the
same time would Male that they are bow in a Utter
posulon than ever lo eatcule orders n their hae of trade.
Orders from the other Idaadt ailed aad retaaptly
, E. ESIUEttTM
hate Just recaiied aa iaroic of
a iMk SiWirM a-nit.. 1
also a rise tor o
INCH HKLVETIAN BtvLTINO, h, Centrif.
TUB Itvniiesinuen u.i'
use atad. certain Lnyrg.viae.it ia the maw
- -.. . ..w w. ...,, ,.... r....
w- .'"" "- wwwm.iwwh m arraEte
awnl aad satnk.tH of Floe, aad Ai lawDw
aaawiLeWwkkls awaets a ooaaidaraM atvsac. of
KwsL la Jfag to gmnntre all
WIIOLK NUiMHI-R n7.
G IS AND QIS.2NING
" ,AS!Lh fe4 r'S64t 4 ih.
ptMIe me k.-t1, lll I hit.
,' , f
Tn tuff ttetr biorp
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I orn hh an nrtfre.SliH' STOCK Or JEW
KLKY, SOLID GOLD AND PMTllO.
of all flncriptSonf, and a CEenpbte
,Slh I'Elt-l'fiA TEli AfAltE,
Agent for Simpson's, HatTa, Steers and Razee's
SUver PUted Ware. Depra U the'Cenoine ,
American, WalUian and Elgin
WiU tasUfore,A SPECIAL I! RANCH OP 1IINH
Warranting afl V.'ceV A fall I of
SM-rlurtee unit .Eyeulaet,
ThanLful for Ihe coolidence shown me I invite the
ui.ic io inqw my hock before purehaunc else
where. My EJ.anlic;inlhUKU;doro.frc long years
experience in lb business, is a rnaramee that I shall
oflerthe KESTattbe VfcRV LOWLST PRICl. I
have spared no eapcfHe- in selecting new Hock m order
to keep up my repuutiua and to give aatuaclijfs
Almanac and Annual for 1883
Is now la ctame of puUtcalkav
Societies and Departaienti desirous of correct repre
sentation will please adritc the poUisherof anycaanfe.
since lat issue.
a Intending adveniKrs wiH confer a favor by banding
in their advertiselnents as early t corrveosenf, and
parties desiring (fecial quantities of the cocaiiig editsua
willpleaM leave early orders.
Single copies SOC, sa eaaded alruad UjG.
lU-im TIIOS. O. THRUM, l-ulilsher.
Na U Ktxc Steeet-
PRIVATE DWELLlNG-t!OUSE,-tuxe and coea
PKdious outbtuUings, etc.; free vraurl guod tocaht).
COTTAGE In the tot central pan of riiy; ikin
FURNISHED ROOMS on Emma street, j-d in
other parts cf Ihe city and suburbs.
FURNISHED ROOMS on King street, threw raia
tuea walk from postortke; bath and every conveni
A FEW STALLS in uaUe on Klc street, central
PX BARK KALAKAUA
axis tueaxTiaE Eiut, '
QssltUa Oastet Extras FauaUly suaet
ELDORADO r I. O U R,
Cases URANsN.Cawt UACO.V,
HALES OF HAV, 4C, C.
J ad to Kuit, and lor sale by
"I if ROlXRSetCO.
OTICB TO THE PUBLIC
last arrited by hukeattne FJU, from Saa Prancim.
a CARRIAGE HORSES, ,
1 CARRIAGE MAKES, &
1 YERV VINE STALLKMs,
One very btm TKjrouctJMed BULL, t yr U ; eava
leaitwg MULL, half Jeney and kaV Whaasl m
U. ta4, MILCH COW. LdTleney and hat W.
haas, and on very una DURHAM COW, a 4 ,
are (or sale.
Apply MnonaUy to , or hy Wm thratifk P. O,
MW SHOf At
T. B, UUHKAV.
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memmmm tej wsmmmB PWS-m "
akct, iw ifcaaai Saea KuawUa saiu,.