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VOLUME III, NUMBER
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DKCKMBER 9, 1882.
WHOLE NUMBER n9.
A Newspaper PobUihtd Weekly.
ijiu stptumoM fsoo TWii n inner.
$6. jo to $; 50, according to then destination.
Subscribers and Adrertl.cra will plea., address
THOS C. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
E. C DAKB 1. th.only authotifed agent (or
th ' PRESS' In Sn Franel.co.
Publication of!i It at o Kaahnmana street i Ed
ItorUl roomi at t4 Merchant stfret.
reminiscences op Honolulu.
On the th f March, 1S07, the Hawaiian
cuastini; scliountr Kamamaln sailcsl from Hon
olulu, lound for llilo via Lihairu. She had
little or no freight on Uxml, hut some jsly to
eighty natise jvassc-ngers. Arriving at I-iIuina
on the 16th, after a stay of ceral hours, she
saileil thence for llilo, ami was liner after
lieartl of. A month later it was rcputttM that
a bucket ami ome other small articles belong
ing to the Ramamalu, as .n supixned, hail
Ixrn picked up on the senthoreof Kahxlame.
The natural Inference was that she hail been
capurctl in one of the suililcn, fierce squalls
(known by the natives as a mitmukn), a wind
blowing overland lietwecn two mountains, that
sometimes rushes across the Wailuku Isthmus,
and also at Kawaihac. A rather singular
sequel to this affair was brought to my atten
tion several months after the disappearance of
the schooner, which I will here relate:
A package of lloston newsupers had tecn
received by me, in which were several num
bers of Tki Banntref Light, a Spiritualist
journal, well printed and ably conducted, but
in the interests of the then newly arisen sect or
delusion- call it what )ou choose of Spiritu
alism. Promptest by a natural curiosity, I
read these Banntn pretty thoroughly. One
particular department was devoted to the reve
lations nude through mtJiumi at seances regu
larly held, ami taken dow n on the Sxt by a
short-hand writer. One of these revelations
told the story of the loss of the Kamamaln.
The relator purported to lie the spirit of a
white man, who liad, he said, embarked at
Honolulu on Kurd this schooner, together
with one other foreigner, for the voyage to
llilo. At Lahaina the nalise, captain and
crew came on board intoxicated (beer and
liquor were plentiful there in those days), and,
owing to this fact, all sail was carried, and the
schooner capsircd not far from the island of
Molokal, not a soul twing sascil. Names were
given and facts stated which tallied with what
I already knew; and this, taken with the fact
that at the date of the seance the supposed loss
of the Kamamaln could not have been know n
by regular course of mail in Iloston, rather
tmulcd me. Hut it had been generally under
stood that none but native Hawaiian were on
board the schooner when she left; who were
thee foreigners, the spirit of one of whom
came back to tell of their Cite? On inquiring
of the late John Ii, who was the agent and
nominal owner of xhcA'amamatn, it was ascer
tained that there really were two foreigners,
recent arrivals from California, who, being, as
they said, without, money, and desirous of
going; to Hawaii in search of employment, had
been allowed to "work their passage" on the
That is the whole story. It created no little
talk in our community at the time among those
who were not too prejudiced against the new
"ism" to listen to it. It can le verified by
referring to a file of the Banner of Light for
March 16th, at llilo, Hawaii, died Dr. John
Felham, a native of Kent, Kngland, aged Go
scars, lie had resided in the Islands since
the sear 1826, and was the medical adviser of
the high chiefs Kalaimoku, Kuakiui and Kaa
humanu. He was well educated and well
read in his profession, but quite eccentric in
his manner. Some six sears previous to his
death he was living at a place called Malama
lamaiki, about fifteen miles north of llilo,
where I had occasion to call upon him while
on a tour around the Island of Hawaii. Arriv
ing at his very neat and comfortably arranged
and furnished thatched cottage aliout 8 o'clock
in the evening, in the midst of one of those
soaking rains for which llilo was then prover
bial (The climate is said to have clanged
since), I received front the Doctor a bluff but
hearty welcome, ami the intimation that sup
per would tie ready as soon as I had exchanged
my drenched garments for dry ones. I was
desperately hungry after my long ride from the
lay, and visions of roast pig and taro, or mul
let baked in ti-leavcs, flitted through my mind.
At length I was ceremoniously ushered into
the dining-room, and, with the remark fioin
my host that 1 must excuse him for that he
bad already supped, was hospitably urged to
"eat hearty" of a raw . anil-poll That
was the entire bill of fate. I was, however,
equal to the occasion, ami managed to linlt
it was impossible to thoroughly masticate
enough of octopus and paste to stay my stom
ach, I had liccn -previously informed of Pel.
ham's eccentricities, and noted the twinkle of
his eye while I wrestled with "the supper.'
At the conclusion of the necessarily brief re
past the Doctor Invited mc to join him in "a
glass of something hot." Directly a native
woman brought In a jajtsnncd tray, on which
were two steaming tumblers crowned with
sliced lemon. After such a barbarous supwr
this seemed the opposite extreme of civilized
lusury. I sipped contentedly at the soothing
mature; but was only restrained fiom remark
ing uvn its peculiar aroma by my regard Tor
the proprieties. The evening as as spent in
pleasant converse, In the course of which the
Doctor related many Interesting recollections
of the native chiefs with whom he had been
familiar, especially of Governor Adams, as
KuaVinl was called. I was corafoitahly lodged
(even luauriously, for those days), and in the
morning sat down to a Mce breakfast of puik
chos, lawalu'J fuh, baked potatoes, Uscvut
and coffee. NVJcing the satisfaction with
which I regarded the board, ray host dryly re
marked that he had been pleased to sec that I
knew- how to "rough it" In Hawaii, by the
way in which I had attacked raw squid the
previous evening, whereupon I was cmbold
cncU to inquire as to the (articular brand of
spirits that had entered into the composition of
the hot punch with which I had washed the
sapper down. For reply he produced fiotn
the cupboard two small empty lotlUs, marked
U pUio Utters, "I-svcndcr Water," with the
simple rcwatk, "Three."
Lest my traders shoukl suppose thai our
punch on the occasion mentioned was made of
the article gnwtaUy krowu as lavcovlct watef,
! will here cipUk; Puviout luthc raliricalkm
of the treaty with Fiance in 1958 the duty on
bufuitcd spirits to 1J1U UsgjJoH. was $$ r
tjttfca. Osve of the must ut the high duty
mi t)s iaspomiion of large quantities of alco
hol, iHutii'iH ufeUr Ik bum of cols-gat-,
- ltJff, UUM, (.. wbkb paid a duty of
only 5 per Cent, ai wltrtm, ami which was
freely sold all over the Islands ami used as a
leverage Inste.vd of the high-priced brandy,
llrandied peaches, cherries ami other fruits
came under the same category, and were at
one time largely imported and consumed hete.
In April, 1S57, the preliminary meeting was
held which molted in th formation of the
present Hook and I.idder Company. The
meeting was held in the room of llngineCom
wny No, I, ami was called by V. !'. Allen,
who was then secretary of the Honolulu Kite
I)eMitment, A, J. Cartw right lieing chief
April J.(th, arrived the missionary ncket
Morning Star, Captain Moore, I jS days from
Iloston. Rev. II. I'ingham, Jr., and wife,
came piwengets in her. On the 30th of April
a Urge concourse of spectators assembled at
Market wharf to witness the ceremony of the
presentation of a signal to the Star by the
Sunday-school children and ladies of Hono
lulu. Several thousand natives and many
foreigners wetc gathered on this occasion,
among them being conspicuous Queen I'mnia,
Prince Kamchamcha and the Princess Victoria
Kamamalu. The following were the cserciscs:
Invocation by the Rev. Mr. Strong of the
Fort-street church; singing, "Star of the
Moon," etc; reading of Scriptures by Rev.
L. Smith; presentation by Rev. R. Armstrongs
reply by Captain Moore; singing; address in
Hawaiian by Hon. John Ii; address by Rev.
S. C. Damon; dosology and lienediction. The
vessel sailed May 1st, on her first trip to the
Marquesas Islands, where the Hawaiian Hoard
then had a mission. The delegates were the
Rev. Mr. Kmcrson of Waialua, J. V Cham
berlain and J. Namakelia, Usqs. all three
May, 1SS7, the building of Oahu Jail was
commenced. The prison was stilt in the
old fort, which was, however, demolished dur
ing the vcar. The esplanade had begun to
grow out on to the reef makai of the Fort,
through the operations of the steam dredge
and pile-driver, which were kept busy making
new wharf lots. It. t, s
The Atlantic Monthly for the current month
has had few equals. "Art and Wealth" is an
interesting study of society. "Studies in the
South" are continued. "Hamlet in Paris"
describes the presentation of the great English
tragedy in the Krcnch capital. "An Afternoon
in Holland" is one of those brief glimpses at
foreign lands which are ever enjopblc to the
reader. "Persian Dualism" is a deep studyof
early Persian religious lieliefs. "Our Dark Age
in Music" is a brief history of music that will
interest the reader. "I.yilia Maria Child'
and "Uosse's Studyof Gray" arc two enter
taining biographical notices. The two serials
which have been running for several months,
"Toon a Tower" and "The House of a
Merchant Prince," still continue.
llarftri' Afonthly for December has a v ery
interesting tabic of contents, from which every
reader will lie able to nuke selections to his or
her taste. An excellent description is given
of the Columbia river, with numerous illustra
tions of its beautiful scenery. "William lilack
at Home" is the title of an interesting sketch
of the noted novelist. "The Great Seaport of
Western France," copiously illustrated, gives
the reader a good idea of the iecullarities of
the city of 1 lav re. The sketches of "Southern
California" are continued to the third number.
Among the illustrations accompanying it aie
some from the pencil of Mr, J. D. Strong, now
in Honolulu. "Cameos of Colonial Carolina"
reveals glimpses of the hidden history of colo
nial days in what is now the Palmetto State.
An instructive article on "Storing Electricity,"
and a historical study of "New Kngland in the
Colonial Period," with serials, short romances,
poetry, etc, complete the list of valuable con
The December number of the California!)
and Overlan.1 Monthly gives a list ol writers en
gaged for the new OvtrlanJ Monthly, many of
whom were known on the Pacific Coast in the
days of the original "Overland;" others are
Eastern writers, with a national or world-wide
reputation. "The Ilancrotl Historical Li
brary" is the title of an article describing the
manner in which Mr. II. II. Bancroft pursues
his method of research in gathering together
the materbl for his histories. This historian,
made famous by his work on the "Native
Races of the Pacific," is now engaged on a
still more voluminous work, a "History of the
Pacific," from Daricn to Alaska. "A Con
temporary of Washington," from unpublished
memoirs, is concluded in the present number.
"La Camicia Kosa," the red shirt, is an in
teresting sketch of Garibaldi, the famous 1'alian
hero. "Carlo Goldoni" is a brief autobiogra
phy of another Italian, whose labors were in
an entirely different field. "Down the Mis
sissippi" and a numlier of stories, etc, com
plete the number.
The December Ctntury, an excellent num.
Iwr, has for its ocningaiticlcadescriptionand
history of "The Supreme Court of the United
States," with portraits of the chief justices, the
present associate justices and others. There
arc engravings also, representing portions of
the chambcrv An account of "Adventures
in Zuni," with numerous illustrations, by Frank
Cushlng, is an cnteitaining account of a wonder
ful (icoplc, and will lie read with interest,
"The Cotean Origin of Japanese Art" will
Impart a fund of information to persons in
terested In art matters. "The TasUermal
Art" describes the methods cmplovcd in pre
serving and mounting the ikins of animals,
birds, fishes, etc., which las now become quite
an important ausiliary to the study of natural
history, " Rab's Friend" Is the title of a con
Iriliution giving a sketch of Dr. John llrown,
the author of Kab and his Friends." "The
Problem of Spelling Reform" la a disctusiun
of our vein! ) stem of orthography, or want of
system. "Hard Fare, by John Boroughs,
lias, like all that emanates from his pen, a pe
culiar charm. There is also a good portion of
the contents of the present number "in lighter
vein, which wc have not mentioned.
The revision of the Old Testament will be
completed in a few months. It is ptitincnt (o
inquire what has become of the revised New
Testament ? Instead of supplanting the old
version as was espectcd, it lu dropped out of
sight at completely as if it had been an un.uc
Love, faith, julicnce the thiee essentials to
a happy life.
We let our blessings grow moldy, awl then
call them curve.
II I' I
Favosa of every kind are doubled when ihey
are speedily conlmeu.
The runt druadful thing to. a battle kt is a
battle won. H'dtinjt,
' ' ' R
No deouncmlion Is so eloquent u the final
tnimncc of a good sample,
The world U saUfid with vv&rdtf few care
to dive Untalli the tusfacc.
P A. DH LA NUX
Surveyor antl Civil EnKlnr,
Address, HONOLULU Poa-cflicf im-6m'
ITILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOKXKY AT I.
St MsusiiAxr Sraatr, IIonoliili,
No. Merchant Street, Honolulu.
.irrcir.VfcT .it fc.i ir.
(Amt Notary PuWic. Attends atl the Coiuts of ihe
U Four SramiT, llonotULU, 1
.irroHXKr t coirxsHi.t.uit at ut ir.
RS. CUMM1NGS ft MARTIN
Orrict corner Four and Hkrktania Srs ,
SVItOKUXS A Hit IIOMlKVATHIC VIIV
tlctttu. Office Hours Until 9 a. M..anJfiom i-iarHl6:u-4 rn
TNO. A. IIASSINGER,
lNrFRioa Orrtcv, Honolulu,
AttKST TO TAKK AVKSnWl.KlttlK
mrntu to CoHtrHrtmfor fcribor. 3
TNO. S. McCREW, M, D.
J rtir.HtciAX mill mrtttiKox,
Hotel street, between Fort ami AUVea streets,
From 7 to 10 a. m.; t to 4 and 6 to 8 p. m.
lofrtf Telephone No. 1&4.
JOHN H. PATY,
Honoiulu.Oahu, II. I.,
soT.wr l'uiirAc axi co.HMiMiioxt:H
Foe the Slates of California and New York. Office
at the ItanV of HMiop & Co.
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I,,
AOKXT TO TAKK ACKXOWI.KIWK-
trirnla to Contracts to isibar.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade. l$
T M. WHITNEY. M. D., D-D. S.
Honolulu, H. I.,
MK.vr.ifc noons ox ronr stiikkt.
Office in Itrewer's Block, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. I
TUT HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
virmicTAX Axit mritSKox.
103 fort Mtrrel.
Office hours from 10 to ix a.
Residence 195 Nuuanu Street.
and 3 to 5 p. m.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, H. I.,
virrswrAX and suhgeox,
TSLErtlONR NUUBRR 149.
Office hours from 8J to tojf a. m.; iMiojlf t m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
turner f-nn street.
aa Klaj street.
And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
lion. (Formerly ol San Francisco. California.) so
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Qckrn Street, Honolulu, II.
131FOHTKK AXI HKAT.Klt
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Strut, Honolulu.,
tMl'OUTKHS ASM! COJf3lISSIOX 3IKK-
f till Ilia. 19
lUTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
FASIllOXAllhK ltUKSS AXII CLOAK.
C. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I..
MU(t Alt FACTORS AX1 COMMISSIOX
WSJ. c. IRUIK.
-s BREWER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Mltiri'lXa AXli COMMISSIOX mkis-
11. a. r. CARTRR.
r. c Jones, jr.
T-ILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fost Street, Honolulu,
1MVOHTKKSAXD I1KAI.KUS IX UAItll-
ararr, Cullrrg, Tooa,
Paints and Oils, and General Mf-rrJundise. I
A W. PIERCE Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Sit IF CllAXDLKHS AXII COMMISSIOX
Agents for ilrand'a Guns and Uomb Lances and I'er
ry Uasis' Pain Kilter. t
T AINB H Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
J trrm ami litalera IrsJ
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
No. 99 Mmchant Stkkkt, Honolulu, 1L L,
IMrOHTEItS or uexkhalmerciiax-
IU from France, England,
Germany and the United State. 1
si6 ako ill Cat-iroiHiA Strrrt, S. P.,
WltOI-KSALK U HOC KKS.
Particular attenlton paid lo filling and Uiippin, Is.
and orders. i
T OUIS ADLBR.
NUM.IR I) NfUANV SrRSRT.
MAXVFACTVHFIl AXU UF.ALKH IX
ileal mntl Sk.m mf rwern Dvcriptlvn,
t Indict and Children's wear, My aock Is worthy of
impeoson. nkssrtryww, 31
J WILLIAMS ft Co.
" 10s ahci to. Fort Strrrt,
Iicturcs of all rare. ail klials uad. to order, and
framca of alt dftcriptiaas coBstautly oa hand. Alva
Corals Shells and Curtouitet of th Vacific a
A LLEN k ROBINSON,
lloxoisiu', H. I.,
Dralrrt In Luimhtr h4 all kind pIIJ-
taa MaUrtal; FalmU, OU, Nail; He,
Ac tf.it ol whoomui
HaleakaU, KulamaM, KdUaUoU, Mary Ettea,
Uttama, PMaU m4 LeahL
At KoUuwu'tVfctwrf. 1
-pHEO. H. DAVIBS Co.,
(I.air Janium, Gririi & Co.)
IMI'OUTF.H, COMMIMMIOX MKHCHAX1
and Atitnt far
Lloyd's aad th. Liverpool Uaderwiitcrs.
British amd Fwrlfs NUriM lutsraaca Coapwj,
And Nocth.r. 0 ..nrif. Ctasyay. i
TJISHOP Co. -
Hoxotvvv, II. I ,
Draw Eictsau,.o.ta. BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Sat FreaclKss, aaj ta.ii ams la
MtSiKS. U. M. KOTHSCIIILD u SONS. Loodosv.
TU ORIINTAL RANK CORPORATION M
Lttsstlwa, tad sWit IsmnAk m
Aa4 Ufta m y-wrai M-wU-ajj Etuiis. ',
P d. c. ROWE,
llor.1t: mill tmiXTAISTFK,
1'Arr.R Hanorr, etc,
107 KlnR street, Ilonotnlu.
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Sl'crrnR to I.RWRRR ft Dirtcsnv.)
t.itfoiiriiiti axii tir.Ai.r.ns ix i.vm-
hrriiml nil .flute nf llullillno Mnlrrlnh.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. t
HALL A SON.
CURNKR FoKT AND KlNO ST HURTS,
iMVoitrr.its, in:ALt:its ix it.i ;.
ii-firr, rj hoil, JNf lif
Oil an J lenerat Merthamlite, t
W MtCHBSNRY A SON,
i.r.ATiir.tt, ittttr.s, r.iu.on
fiim ill h iIoh .rfri-riilllle.
Agent for the Uoval Soap Companr
street, Honolulu, II, I.
No. 4 Queen
f C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, It. I.,
IIUWKHMiril, JIACIttXI.1T, CAIt-
rlttllr Work, ffire- Shorhttf,
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on King- street,
net 10 Catle& Cooke . t
No. 9 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
STOVF.S AND KANOKS, -
of all kind, Plumbers' Mock and inetaK, house furnish-
ing gooqs, cnanueliers, lamps, etc.
OAT & Co.
s. 1 1 i.v-1 kk its. h'h. 1 a s or A . ,
crtpthHM mnttmml reiHttrnL
laoft In A. V. Cootct's new Are-proof buiMing, foot of
Nuuanu Street. a3
Honolulu. It, I,
1'SOXKKIt STEAM CAXltV MASttFAU-
tnry a tut Jlukrry,
Practical Confetti ner. Pastry Cook and IUUr.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
r BNGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Strfht,
TJXSMtTIIS AXi VLUMHKUS, DEAL-
rrs in Store, Itanfrn, Tin,
Sheet Iron anj Copper Ware ; keep constantly on
ham) a full assortment of Tinware, GalranuoJ Iron and
Lead Pipe, India Rubber lloe, etc, etc 31
T W. GIRVIN.
Wailvkv, Ma vi, II. I.,
COMMISSIOX MEItCUAXT lV OEX-
rrit Jtralrr In Jrtf fhmtlx,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware, 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Ho.nolllu, H. I,,
STK.iJt r.xaiXEs, 11011.1:11s, sua a it
JIIIIk, Cooler, Iron, Itrnnit
And I.cad Castinv
Machinerv of eserv description
made to order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Job viork executed on the hlsortest no-
T H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaaiiusian-u Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
H'ATVJrAXJ) Vr.OCK MAKlill,
JlejMiirliiy tt Specialty.
O H. MEEKAPU,(K AUK AIWA.)
NUSIREK ll'NUUA.S'U SrREET,
TAILOIUXU OF EMMY JtK-
:rljition done to oi'tler.
Men., toys' and youths work.
NUMRER64 HoreL Street,
m 1: a i s s js n rico a t a j Jj
tours of the lHh
Special tenns for regular boarder. The only suita
ble isnv-Ate OMin in town for Ladies,
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
No. 82 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
goja) axjj srLncn woiikeu,
Watchmaker and Jtepairer.
Quality good and cheap prices. In tttxk a variety of
Clucks, watches ajd Jewelry.
-T H. NORTON, & Co.,
No. 13 aMAUNAhsKA S TBI. ST,
Ilorme htelntttShoe rrmorerf ami alt klml
nf ItlackmrnltU M'urk ttotte tuordrr
Caniae irukinf and repairing done by competent
workmen. The bcA Itorse-shocr In the cuuntry works
at this place. 105-qr
Ckatkr op Kilauka.
ir. If. LEXTX, MAXAOElt.
titors renuiring any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly cite the Manager at least ten days no
tice in fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen in fouL
Plenty to cat, a routing fire, dcaitl-cds and the best
attendance bit the Hawaiun Islands. 5
UEAtA'.n IX CHOICEST UEEE, MVTTOX
Veal, Ftth, etc.
Faintly and Shipping Orders cat e fully atl ended to.
Live stock furni-Uied to veswU at slurt nuke, and rt?-
etables of all kinds supplied to order. 34
r E. WILLIAMS,
lurORTIR AND UrALRR IN
FVHSITVUE OEEVEHY ItESCIIIVTION
Ato Vpholtierer antt Manufacturer,
Furniture Waicronmi No. too Fort street. Work-
Uiop at s4d stand on Hotel Street. All brdcr promptly
gtenaeu to. 41
A W. RICHARDSON Co.
IstrOMTSRS ANU DkAIRRS 1M
HOOTS, SIlOf.H, FVUXISIIIXH tlOOUM,
Ilntm, Cujia, TrMi.a:a, Valla,
ferturnrry and soar, Wallriatn VVatches, IriiM I
lry, etc, cor. of Fori and Merchant streets, H
olulu, H. I.
Perfumery and Soa
TH0S. O. THRUM,
Importing and tAMtirACTiiRiNG
STATIOXKK, XUHS AOKXT, I'HINTKK,
And publisher of th. Satvroat Prrss, and Imwsi
'uw.WWm, Merchant strict. Deal
er in Ho. Stationery, Uouls aluaic. Toys and Fancy
Goods Fort street, rwar Hotel. HuruluhL
JOSEPH B, WISEMAN
IlpNOSVU-, II. I.,
HKALKSTATF HUOKHH AXII KMVl.OX
Ktnls Rooms CiitUct IIou.es, and .ell and leases
Real Lstat. In all nut. of th t.LniiLjjii- rlmnLwnvnl
found lor thus. a.n work la all lb. various tranche.
or business CMHttsicU with tbes. Islands. l.egaj diicO.
issettf. slra.a, thll. Collcitcd, Itook. and Accouol. kr
and general officr woi V transattML Palrorug. solicuctL
suisiumsskin. moucratfc si
f W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
QllRRN StRRRT, lldROLUUI, II. I.
Imfrttra and Cmmmiaataa Mrrrkanla,
JtaklmamH'a Fira-mrwf HnlUlng.
TU CUtgos w4 Honolulu Lin ol Packets
rwJ. JCJ fumSST1 " "
TW 8-assstfc namUoau, HBo
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iw fTimaa -J f mmmxu u a
A L. SMITH,
IuMaiM axu Diaiki iw
HiUmmimm, mkuiums utirmu rii
ICim's CvaUhuUi Sueaaxlai aad CealavM.
LiuUsU Wire War IW' Haws Frsyi, k
uls Wasilkiprf tr4Ut Cuikry, fuvOw, Sbdi aJ
Atmmumitim, CUik'i 14 Cut. NinWf OIL l
fewu of Mimt J"eJi "UMftMtsc" Nw raw-Mi
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E. MdNTYRE ft BROTHER,
Con. Kino ami Fort Srs., Honolulu,
tlltOCF.Iir AXII 'Kl.'fl STOIIK.
iJiert Strret, Honolulu, II I,
UKXF.UAr. COMMISSIOX AOIIXT.S.
Honolulu, It. I.,
I'llACrtt'AI. FAIXTF.tl, lir.COItATOIt,
j. tllltlrr, tlrnlnrr nntl l.rlltrrr.
CD, HORFSCIILAECHR ft Co.
J Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.,
IJIFOKTKIIS AXll COMMISSIOX 3tt:tt-
P A. SCIIABPER ft Co.
Honoiulu, Hawaiian Islands,
t.uroiiTr.its axii com.missiox meiu
ILDER ft Co.
f,!b FYtR "jr fin diem tr ItriWfit li It.
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LthltlKlt. PAINTS, OILS XAU.S,
rind ItttHtHtitf Mtttrrtnt rrrrff Ktittl. i
P P. ADAMS,
Qurfn Stnkkt, Honolulu,
A VUTIOXKEUAXI COMMISSIOX M Ell-
r hit nt t
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
IMrORTRKS AND UKALXRS IN
Grnef Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
OOLLES ft Co.
Qitern Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Still CIIAXItI.EItS AXli COMMISSIOX
1 in tux t rrs and Dealers In General Merchandise, t
TNO. H. BROWN,
103 IIrrrtania Strrrt,
IXS PECTOJi OF WKItlMTS AX1
Orders can 1e left at the Police Station.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Makbe's ItiKK, Queen Street,
I.ltl'OKTEIISAXIl tritOI.KSAt.K HKAIr
era III ttenrmt 3lerehttntllar. a-
No. 111 Fort Street, Honolulu,
irATCItSr.lKKIl, JEWF.t.KH, KXtlllA-
vrr, ttml llhtmonit Srtter.
All orders faithfully executed. . 3a
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
ai4 California St., San Francisco,
EOHWAHDISG AXli COMMISSIOX
Sfecul facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments 01 uiana produce. j
No. 114 Fort Sr.,orrostrEpANTiiEoN Staulks,
ItOOTAXn SHOEMAKER. MOOTS AXI
Shoes made to onter,
Of 1-est material al reasonable prices, and fo cash, a
TJOLLISTER A Co.,
Wholksalr and Retail
mtvaaisTS axi tohaccoxists.
No. 59 Nnuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. i
TJROWN & PHILLIPS,
Ho. iS Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Practical 2'iumbers, O a h-jitters
Particular attention paid to the fating up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. i
Hotel Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
jj:alj:u ix IjAvijcs' anj
Gent's Shoes and Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction you will be sure
to come again. Keiiairinff done to order. Formerly of
QAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
no. 4. MERCHANT STRFKT. I10N0LULT, II, I,,
(orfositE sailor's home.)
C US TOM BOOT A XI) S JJOE
Good work: low prices. Repairing done with neat-
ness and dupalaL
TJ H. OEDING,
Hjijua and DrajaftMk
Freight. Packages, antl Baggage delivered to and from
all pans of Honolulu xuid vicinity. Careful at
t em ion paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone M ; residence 1JS Punchbowl streeu
Office M King street. io6-tf
OBE HOPP & Co ,
37 Maunakca street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repalrinz of Itouses attended to.
Terms moderate, tii-iy
1UT PHILLIPS Co.
imI Whoteaalc Vealera in Clothing, Hoot a t
Shoes, Hats, Metis's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
CAKVKXTF.R and HUII.UKK.
All kinds of joolanf rjrorn(4ly attended to.
Telephone N'. r)cs Williamson's Ri press Office.
SW No. I4 KIbk strMt. 108
Piseasei of Horses and other domeulcattd Animals,
treated m the mott praaical and Kwntinc niantKr,
liiSRAias or -ma iioor a s reel a nv.
KeMence ft Fort itrtet. Honolulu, where all order
left will receive pronipi attention. hi
"" F. WOLFE,
Honolulu, H. I.,
QHOCEHY, rKKIi AXi VHOVISIOX
Would tike heads of families, (boardinshousa kenxrs
and others to know that he at all rinse sells at pnee
luwctC U the tow. Orders wticited and goods (cooiptly
delivered n any pvt of the cky or suburbs Nunbcr
l mc otfHt, between AUfcea ami ton wt 51 -cm
-tirlLLIAH O. SMITH,
No. H MEKCIIANT STKEET, HONOLULU.
(Ku.Uisli.d la rs)
So, ai Plaatition, RaJJroad, TsdapboM awl ohr
Ws1.por.u0s1 asocsa. rMtw "sasa iiasi.r
aecurrtlH Mu(M tustf nU oa
Cossumlaasaa. Ustsa, ItMtwJ
oss Stock StwssriaiM.
Honolulu, II. I., October lit, I Hi. Ilo-lf
no. ou, mm sra.ir, llo.ot.t'l.1,, 11. l.
taalyplnq mod Cammtaataa Martmamla,
ItsvporUrs mmi Dsstlw la
TW lliukoxk k bwur'i PWaiion.
'Us. Aleukia. 4 IsAlra fl.nt.linn
o. jn. jin m VPV Tt '
a. AleuAr Hmw, Msta
IV. trsftlrksMrarkf CAsUT.
mt wtit-wi a wOKCCpOUw. -
Mamtfvcturer ami Dealer In all kinds nf
SADDLKItY X- HAItXEHS
Orders from the other IsIaikU promtly altemle.1 to.
Corner Fort and King- Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
CHARLES T. C.ULICK,
AORNT TU TAKE AcKHOWLEtlT.MENTS TO LsROR
nKNF.KAI. IIUSINF.SS AORNT.
Office in Mackre'i Block at corner Queen and Kaahu-
inanii streets, Honolulu t-iy
M King Strret,
Tin, fn)ijirr- mill .slirrt Iron lt'oil.rr.
riumUng, Rat fittinf and all stork In my line promptly
atlendedto. I erins moilerate.
Remeinoer the address, oposite the
M King street.
C J. LEVEY ft CO.,
Wholetusls nntl Retail Grocora, ,
Port strret, Honolulu.
Fresh Erocctle. anil provisions of all kinds 011 hand and
received retfultrly from Kurope and America hkh
will t sold at the lowest market rates.
Good, delivered to any part of the city free of charite.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will lie
given tothesame. lit.iy
M King strret.
Dealer la evejr desscripUon or BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BUKII'SK A Cc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. URSH'KR & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian islands. 1
of San Francisco.
CASTLE V COOKK, ACK.VTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE 1NSUR
ance Company of Hamburg:.
A . J A EGISR, A GEXT.
IluiMing, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Injured against Fire on the most favorable terms, t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A. SClfAEFER & Co., AGEXTS,
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the nndcrsigned, General
Agents, arc authorired to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
OREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
F. A. SCfAEFEE & Co., Agtnts.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A, SCfAEFEE 5f Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the abo-tckigned. General Agents,
are am horned to take Risks against the dangers of the
aeas at me most reasonable rates, ana on tne inou fa
SCHWE1ZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungi Gesellschaft of WJnterthur.
. JtACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS.
Captul of the Company. .. .franca 5,000,000,000
The" A cents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
1-aIands.are nretured to insure lluudin-zs. Furniture.
Merchandise and Iioducc, .Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Kice Mills and ve&sels in the liarbor.
or damage by ft
ire, on the mo4 favorable terms. 1
R1TISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (Limited)
TEO. If. DAl'ES, AGEXT.
The above acenl has received instruction! to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poli
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCfAEFEE & Co., AGEXTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to insure risks against fire on
Stone and Uriclc buildups and on Mercliandie stored
therein, on the mott favorable terms. For testiculars
apply at their office. 1
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg:.
. JfACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital and Reserve Rejchsmark 8,830,000
' their Ke-Insurance Companies, 35,000,000
The ARenlsof theatiove Company, for the" Hawaiian
Inland, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and IVoduce, Machinery, etc., alo Sugar
and Rke Mills, and vesl in the harbx, against loss
or damage by fne, on the most fasorable terms. t
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELD A Co., Artntt.
Capital and Reserve. .,.... Keichsmark 6.000.000,
their Rexlnsurai.ee Companies ioi,65o,ocu
Total, 1 .ReichsmarW 107,650,000
11e Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, arc nreoared to injure lluildtnes. Furniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., aluo Sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss
or oaimge by lire, on tne mou lavoraMe terms.
-rUTUAt. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
l,i. t&mr or New York.
nr.DER sV c. AGS.yrs,
lAtrgrtt, Safrai and tnoal Ktonomtrnl I.tf
InaHranet Comjhiiis Im the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further Informalloii concernlns the Comuanv.
and for rates of Insurance autly to the Asenls, or to
J, R, Wiseman, Sonctting Agem. 1
I LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fiats laa-Binsao Co.
Mukerrlhed Capital - - -(too,ouu.).
Th. above Cot.iany have now stablithd an agency
.IV, .IIU Ml. tWUU ,W ,.. IIMI V.I S.VV
crty of (very description within llsrs.
J. T. WAIEKIIOUSK, Jr.,
npHB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
X OkXM luiuaac. lotrnpaajr,
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS.
VtUtmllad LloaUUv Uatkhaid.ra.
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IN1VUS 90m I1
' iacait.4 aHat sl.diicllan of rs-
UnTssf....i ,.,.... , i,,. ,, , ,9 MfeaM
I nMi (uosptl, adjssatad and paid het I
NEW BNOLAND UVTVAl. LIPS INSUR
ut Ctk-aMM- at .taswasv
CASTIS k COOKS, AGENTS.
TlM MmI rlftj MsttMl LUt llWMM
CflMsfassV isl llM Oflsi4 fltsTalM
oetaiea M.tiaaad ssss sUktf taauod MtaofuU. lsva.
aaavna o awi.rwwuTVism rsa
s, ,yttn-t4nasff W. p-sn I
BPIMW MWM BW VMf-a,
Umm tsk MMHfi Hm(ms Atmr, ttrhl
1 W. SEVERANCE,
jt6 CALtrtiRNiA St., Cl., (Hooh No. 4 )
IIAirAllAX COXSUI. X COWMI.SSIOX
TTARNDEN A Co.
ny & 119 Markrt Sr., San Franciscd,
tlf.XV.IIAI, FUIICIIA.SIXO AUFXTSAXII
Commtnnton 3lerrtinnt. t
PRANK II, AUSTIN A Co.,
OrrtcR No. ao California Strrrt, S. P.,
C0.11311.SS10X Atii:xT.s .t roiniAHh-
Consignments from lli. Hawaiian Istamls desired
The lies! rices ssarrantrd and sale, guaranteed 4
-MIARLBS BREWER A Co.
KllRV StRRRT, IlOSTON,
AltKXTS OF lt. MAI I AX FACKKT.S,
('rlirrrlf Coiillilta.fnM Ayrnta,
Special attention given to the purchasing of good, for
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rale.. t
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,000 Pianos ' r,ouo Organ. ; save half; buy of the
manufacturer, i from $ 9 to $tnon cash, rrnt,
or installment.! catalogue, free.
ANTISni.I. corner Market and Powell. San Fran.
T CUS BURT,
For country merchant. a.l iiitnlng compnntes and g en
eral Coinmistion Merchant. Insurance effected in
good cotnunic at lowest rates.
OJtce -IO.T Front Street, San FraneUeo, Cat.
ALMER ft REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete Tjpe Foundry and
iTtntert arcnouse on tne t'acinc uoau,
aos and 107 Leldesdorff and
549 Commercial tt recti,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
We keep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
Tjpe eser kept on this const, together with a
most complete stock of MUler A Rich
ard' Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice.
Anything In the Printer line,
from a llodkiu to a C) Under Press. t We have a large
stock of new and second liand Printing Presses of
all makes and sics. We are sole agents for
Campltell't ClinJcr I'rcsses, Cottrell and
llabcock Pre-ues; also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Baxter steam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, lucrk water jMoters, Uem 1 aner Cutters,
ami a full line of Sanlrns bookbindeii
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the Wit In
use. Have ou uied our Perfection plates?
They a". c editorial work and composi
tion, atul therefore save money,
MT SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Rkmrmbkr No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality 01 goous.
Chicago office 17! Monroe street.
AWAIIAN INVESTMKNT AND AGENC.'
On First .class securities, fur long or short periods.
Anc.lv to W. L. OKKIiN. Mananer in Itm.
Oflke Queen Street, over G. YV. Macfarlane Ik Co.-,8ll
AXTAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailvku, Maui, II. 1.,
ilraf Qunllly of I'atnt Mnnnfnrlurrd Con.
atantly. All orders lilted with disjiatch.
t E. H. Bailey.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. a. WALLF.lt, FroprUlor,
PRIME MEATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND FOR SALE DAILY, between the
hours of s until 11 a. ps. and a p. m.
N. U. Customers calline at the Market can be sup
plied afternoons, if 10 desited.
Tese phone No. mifi.
The subscribers, finding their previous space totally In
adcauate to carry on their largely increasing
business, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, In order to facilitate
the showing of an im
mense stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention Is called to the following
exhibits do-w 00 hand t
ALVA KA DO STOVES,
NEW PARAGON RANGES,
' EUREKA RANGES,
' ARMY RANGES
Suitable t plant.tUin use, th. ceUbrated " N I M HI.F.
' and "BABV MAY RAISOE.
st In Ukk, wuh hot water attachment! t Copper bo
ers, of every description, tuade lo order J (no
Piping all slice Lead Pipe, Iron and
Ifrau pxks and Aitingi y alio
A mw ityU T fewftas UmUr.
U Is not nccettary to cnuaieiate our stock vl TIN
WAKE, as we tie prepared to sup-Uy every
ankle in the trade, and at PlttLfcS
IO SUU' THE TIMES.
E & Ca thank their palioos for the kbcral support
accorded them during the pau four years, and at tW
same time would state that they are now la a Letur
pMNtiun than ever la eitcute orders In Ibeir line oftnA.
Orders from the br Islands 6UJ anJ proaptl
tun. Jsl rruit an larctsa of
atto a mi sot or
j INCH HKLVKTIAN HCLTINO, U CmsrV-
nKAUTHWt THE UMBjMrQMM
f. kt,aisi na.ul. lpgammaaAlalma m
I taVe rt pteasiire In Lfcemlnj m fri.nd. ami the
public in rrntr.l. t,.t K,,
REM OVE D
To WU ntir Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open wilh an entire NEW STOCK OF JEW.
EI.RY, SOLID COLD AND PLATED,
of all description., and a complete
Asent for Simpson's, H all's, Steel's and Roftr'c
Silver Plate! Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Waltham and Elfin
Will Ua before, A SPECIAL IJ RANCH OF MINE
Warranting all Work. A full line of
Spectacle and Eyegla,
Thankful for the confidence shown me, I invite the
public to inspect my slock before purchasing .else
where. My Rood standing tn this Kingdom, from long yean
experience in this business. Is a guarantee that I shall
offer the UEST at the VERY LOWEST PRICES. I
have spared no expense In selecting new stock In order
to keep up my reputation and to give satisfaction.
No. It Kino Stht.
PRIVATE DWELI.ING.IIOUSE,-Ur. and com
modious outbuilding., etc.; frc. water; good locality,
COTTAGES tn I he most central pan of city; also on
FURNISHED ROOMS on
atxtsl, and In
other parts of the city and suburbs.
FURNISHED ROOMS on Klo stx.rt, this, min
utes walk from poiofitc; bath and .very convanl
A FEW STALLS tn stabl. on Klsf ilrMl, central
T;X BARK KALAKAUA
AND (AatNTINI ILLA,
Casta DRAWN, Cass. BACON,
C.s WIIITtAKKR STAR HAMS,
CALES OF HAY, C, kC'
Just lo hand, and foe sal. by
ii.-tf BOUaSsi a oa
OTICS TO THB .PUBLIC
Just arrived by TMrkeralo. Ella, from San rraticssoa,
J CARRIACB MARKS,
1 VERY FINE STALLION,
On. very Cos TborosuhUW HULL., autU I em
JLU half I.rs.y arsd aatf aksfkM.oai.
m v.ry m DtRAMcSW, a at CL
fsajn. and oos vary
ar. tar mm.
Apply issraoMlty to bm, u by lattar tWosifk V. 0.
Ho. I.!. KtSsZ ' J.N.WRH3HT.
JKW SHOP Al
S Kits tlKMt,
T. B. MURRAY, Maucf.
llorwatifoapsly shod, la th. ham) aaanuM) Cawks,.
palMioi by soa.iMS.nl K.kassst. Try ossr rata
shop, two skwrs RtM. as. ...m
Vium tut Bvum.
Asf-,. JfaAj js. 1a.a.A - ' Jd-gaM Mai,
matraaarwamm am w armaj m rB'sss,sssf aamaaaaaawa 9aawmaf wmrww
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