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THH SLIGHTED STHAHGRR.
HY MM IF. F- HARK,
Athens wai keeping holiday; wilh Aonif. and tm
Her fair youth lounged lieneaih her Mrt.coe
Ihtctming Sophocles, or Cr. or the place
Sparta and Corinth took In the fjtt rare.
'Die circut held a crowd of Idler brlicbt an, gay
With eipctaiion eager, as todjy
Hath had ht favorite horse or wrestler, each wai ,
And knew etaclljr who would win the prize
'Che pronl Athenian, with Insolent disdain.
jmi. vy inemfci'ivesi uie aiutrtan
'look lower plates i they wil ca
The races run or tome tragedy.
Kach watteil for the moment, some with Jest and jibe,
And wine like the Athenians, with Mill pndt,
A fture nf nuthing wonderful, but quite content
To pa all blurulert with a calm contempt.
Jutt then into the crowded clrctu slowly came
An aged Indian, with long wandering fame
Me liuwed to the Athenian youths! they Mirely knew
Hut no one said, " He sealed." and all coaly saw
'I he slighted manger to tlie Sartant go;
htf rose with one assent to meet,
And every joulh criett, "Stranger, tike my seat,"
Then with the dignity that years and wisdom give.
The old man answered, " Iong may Spaita live
'lo teat It Athenian youths 'tis not enough to say,
'(Jive place to age, honor the head that's gray,
'n not enough to know what it Is right to do,
Unless the action make the precept hue !
Old Athens to young Athens nobly preaches,
Hut SparM fitiuthtt what Athens teaches.'
1 1 iTm""S
A V. M. C.
A, IN IIOXO-
The Idllnwlnj; address, read Iwfnre the
Young Men's Christian Association l.nt Thurs
day evening liy Dr. II. M. Whitney, we
cheerfully give place to In our columns :
Our President has asked me to present for
)our consideration this evening, a few thoughts
iiKn Ihe ipicstion, " Why should wc have a
Young Men's Christian Association In Hono
lulu?" In prosecuting our various dally duties,
we all are frequently called upon to solve ques
tions and problems to which wc apply the
familiar tests : " Has this method been tested?
If so, hy whom, and where? How long? And
what arc the results?"
Let us apply the same tests to the question
before lis. We all know that from a very
small l-ginning Ihe Y. M. C. A. has grown,
In .(0) cars, to 1c one of the largest and most
.ovvcrful agencies for good of the present time.
Not distinctly ecclesiastic, set uniting heartily
in all evangelical work. Not a missionary
society, jet constantly sending out missionaries
into some of the most Important fields. Not
strictly a lcmcrancc society, )ct always recog
nised as a strong force in the temperance
work. Its aim, while including all these, em
braces much more, ami supplies a need which
churches and missionary and temperance socie
ties cannot, or at least in general ,a not meet.
It Is rccogniml by the wise and good in all
lands, as nn agent for doing a form of Chris
tian work better nod cheaper than any other
organization. Its work has been tested In the
most U)ing places, and has never failed to
gain the commendation and support of a great
majority of those who have watched most
closely its spirit anil aims. Its results are past
all compulation. Should the Young Men's
Christian Associations to-night withdraw from
the great Christian forces that are Irving to
bring men to Christ, to-morrow would be one
of the saddest days in our Christian calendar,
Angels might weep, and Satan and his forces
exalt as ihcydid when they thought they had
stricken down our Saviour.
Hut we naturally ask the question, does the
fact that so much good lias Iwcn accomplished
in other places, prove that such organization is
called for here ? Let us look at our peculiar
circumstances, ami see if it is not true that
here eminently just such work is demanded as
this society is capable of accomplishing. As a
prosperous commercial nation, a large number
of soung men arc constantly attracted to our
shores, who find themselves thus far from
home and nil familiar ties, thrown' iqxm their
own resources, to work out for themsches the
great problem of existence. New acquaint
ances must lie formal, new associations made ;
whether thoc which will elevate or dc.hasc
them, their own character and surroundings
will decide. Some doubtless base come lo
this distant land, ready to throw oiT all re
straint of home and society, guided only by
their own p.usicm, seeking nothing better
than the pleasures of the passing hour. To
such a one there is every facility ; gilded
saloons, brilliantly lighted, welcome him at
almost cvciy corner. There he may find
kindred spirits who willingly share his revelry;
papers which pander to hi depraved tastes;
and all that can tempt his appetite for drink,
Is it not possible to stretch out a helping !and
cjn to such, and rescue some from the abyss
into w hich they arc rapidly sinking ?
On the other land, some come to this dis
tant land hoping to get away from past evil
associates, and anxious to build up a new and
reformed character, far from their old tempta
tions. Surely, such appeal most urgently to
There is still another class, coming fiom
cultivated homes, followed erlups by ihe
loving sympathy of parents and friends, who
)ct are not prepared to seek church associa
tions. To such a Young Men's Christian
Association offers society such as he lus been
accustomed to, and should bring him Into sur
roundings which will elevate his manhood,
and counteract some of the Influences which
are proving fatal lo so many others.
We have said that Honolulu Is full of attrac
tions to the llrst class of young men to those
who aie willing to sink their .manhood in
momentary pleasures. Ia-1 us see how it may
le with the other two mentioned classes.
What attractive places has Honolulu to offer
to these? We have an escellcnt leading room.
Hut, alas I To how few toung men does a
quiet well-ordered reading room offer much
attraction 1 There are some billiard rooms not
suuoundcd with inducements lo drink I but
hey aii? otheiwlse unattractive, and for many
reasons are not resorts to which we would like
(o recommend vouug men. There will soon
be g) miiasium Ictus hope that that will.
attract many joung men who uo not know
Vi here to spend their evenings.
Hut all these resorts win tq lack something
that the young men forming new associations
which he hopes will help him on In lif.', needs
to keep him to his uurpntc, lie wants a
social home. A room la a lodging house U
often an unattractive place. A young man
after day's labor, cuaot walk the streets.
He wants pUaUAl well-lighted room, where
h cm watt those who we congenial, and can
kprikl it tocial tvtulim sad hit kum of wan-
hood iloca not permit him to accept thWata
Rift. If the privilege U RotnethinR thnt lie can
pay for, ami thin feci that he hi a claim to.
so much the? letter. If u ,.f .1... V....
At en ftiriaf ttn AtiUiI... -, ..... r. t.i.
.h ;.;;' ;::.:""" r:..u ".
..... j..u,.h i.m ,,,. a,t mumpers in (n land,
a luimc, a jMrlor, vvitli attractive surroundings,
ami Inilucc llicm In ncccpt of 111 advantages,
wliicli may le a greater difficult)' mill, It surely
.-Ml r. . . ... . . ..
"in so mr 10 cotimcrnci uie evil Inltuenccs
which arc so active here.
A young man needs those for nssocliles
whose object is net to gel all from him, anil In
return give nothing those who help ITiin save
instead of squander the money which must be
used lo give him an indeficndcncc. I re needs
lo hear voting men himself expressing and
showing nn interest in others than themselves.
The young man who has only business connec
tions may ivoon liegln to feel that there is
nothing worthy of effort but lo obtain riches.
He needs to have those of his ovv n age speak
of higher motives and aspirations. Docs not
the Y. M. C. A. supply these wants more fully
man any oilier association in our city ?
' Moreover, a Y. M. C. A. Is needed to reach
out after the lads ami Iroyi, and by a hearty
cordiality toward llicm, and a thoiough svni
palhywilh them as Uiys, together with the
pleasant and home-like rooms. Ihe gymnasium.
and other attractions which we hope lo be
able to offer them, hriiiir them In .wwl i !,.,..
into fullest svmpathy and activity with the
work of Ihe nssociilion. Some of us must
soon give our places to vnungcr men ; and we
hope thus to train up many who will ere long
lie willing and able to take the active workings
of the association uixrn their shoulders.
A Y, M. C. A, is needed lo take upoij itscll
the especial care of those young men who have
been unfortunate enough to fall into thraldom
to the demon of strong drink. Who belter
than Christian young men can feel a deep
interest in seeing them restored to themselves
and their God ? And who can be more helpful
to them in the lime when a friend is what they
know ihcy do mrt deserve, and vet greatly
Again, a Y. XI. C. A. is needed tli.it worthy
)ounginen without credentials or letters of
credit may find at least one place where they
will meet a hearty welcome, Mid find those
who for Christ's sake will do all they canto
help them in any legitimate object which
brought them to our city.
It is also well that one more tangible argu
ment may stand belore the community lo
refute the ofi-rcpeatcd charge that Christian
capital is used as selfishly as that which has
not iKcn consecrated to higher uses. Our
neat and commodious building, with its oiicn
doors, must alwjvs lie an unanswerable proof
against such a charge.
We cannot have too many safeguards.
l!vcry place owned by Satan stands wide open
with lights burning. brightly and those who
welcome with a smile. I Ic makes young men
welcome, and their hearts are sore to get a
welcome, even from such a source. Dovou
wonder that so nnny turn into those places ?
No 1 The only vvonO-r is that in many cases
such a struggle is made before they go down.
The Y, M. C A., with the helps a generous
Christian public has placed in its hands, is
needed to rescue such struggling souls, and to
show them that all the lxjvver of attraction
does not lie ill the hands of Satan.
The Y. M. C. A. is a much-needed help in
Christian work in prison, in hospital, in hotel
ami restaurant, in conducting siK-cial devo
tional meetings, in helping our less favored
brothers on the other islands.
These are a few of the many reasons why it
sesms to us that a Y. M. C. A. is needed in
Honolulu. I.el us in closing turn our thoughts
for a moment to the question H'halliiiJofa
)' M. C. A. Ji r.v iictif We answer first and
foremost, we want a Christian association, the
central object of whose life and thought shall
lie Christ. It is only as we exalt Christ and
hide self, that this city will have any useja. al
for us. If we should be so umvkc as to think
that we can be of any lasting benefit to the
community by making any other object than
Christ Ihe central one, the sooner our minds
are disabused, the licttcr for us, and for those
who expect anything from us. If nny here
thin otherwise, I should like to refer them to
the sorry work made in some "of our hrgc
cities, where they thought to make culture,
pleasant rooms, and diversified amusements,
the central attraction.
The ipicstion that this association should
ask is, what would Christ have us do for
young men? Ourpravcrand efforts should lie
first arl always that they may be savoi saved
for time and eternity. If wc cannot do this in
every case, we should endeavor to save them
from all the evil that Is possible in the present
life. As long aj wc subordinate all to Christ.
as the highest end, wc can make use of any
thing mat is Innocent, In social, educational
and physical culture without Icar.
I cannot better conclude this than in the
earnest vvortls ol another I
" Is lheiranlliIiiL!iiiorediv!ne. mm,-f'lin,i.
like than to.heJp a man just at the turn of life,
whin character and usefulness, when Gosl and
everlasting life are at stake in the soul ? I till
)ou, friends, emplovcrs, parents, teachers, men
of social inlltience, of wealth, sou cannot mea
sure Ihe responsibilities whicli rest uiion v-ou
toward this time of life. What right have we
to let Ihcin go in the battle, if our lime, or
talents, or money, or inlluencr, or homes, can
keep them up to Ihe fight for even one day
more? It may be the last day licforc the vic
77E AfCKATOX OF HIRDS,
Familiar as the migration of birds is to us,
Ihere Is, erhaiis, no question in joology more
obscure. The long (lights they take, and the
unerring certainty wilh which Ihey wing their
way between the most distant places, arriving
and departing at Ihe same iwrioi!, ear by year,
arc points in the history of birds of (ussage as
mysterious as they arc interesting. We know
that most migrants lly a(icrsuniown, though
many ol them elect" a moonlight night to crosi
Ihe Mediterranean. Hut that their inri,,.,,,.
logical Insiinct is not unerring Is prov rd by the
f.nl ll.l ll,... I . . . . .
t . "7i" smsaiisii aic every year titovvnitl In
their tluihts over Ihe Atlantic and nih.rn.-.,,
Northern Africa and Western AIa are chosen
as winter quarters by moat ofihcm, and they
may I noticed on their way thither lo hang
over towns at night, puulc.1 in iitc of their
experience, bv-the shifting lights of ihe streets
aim mnisev inc swauow ami nightingale nuy
sometimes lodclavcd by unespciied circum
stances, Y4 it is rarely tlui ihcy arrive or de
uit nuYiy daj sooner or later one )car than
another. Iuf, Newton coiuidued that were
sea fowl satellites, I evolving round the earth,
their arrival could hardly tic more suicly calcu
lated by an astronomer. Foul weather or fair,
heat or cold, the putsru repair to some of their
stations punctually on a given day, as if thiir
movements were regulated by clock-work, liie
swiftness of flight which characteriies most bildi
enables them to cover a sl space in a briif
time. The common black swtfl can lly 276
uille an hour a speed which, if it could lie
uuinliinexl for less than half a tlay, would carry
the Urd from its winter to its summer quarters.
The large purple swiA of America is capable
of even Brealec siccl on the wing. The chini
neyswtOow Is slower, ninety mile per hour
bewtf the limit of lu power t but the aiumivi
pisxeon of the Unites! State ctsi accomplish a
JouiHcy o( 1,009 ml, between sumise and
D A. DU LA NUX
s-vnvr .i oivn Eioer.
.vurrw, Honolulu iVM-raTxr iw-em'
AILI.IAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHXEY AT LAW
81 MKRriiANT SrrtRCT, Mo"mtt ir,
T M, DAVIDSON,
,iT7oitxi:v .1 r ,.mi,
No. 14 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
XT R. CASTLE,
ATmit.viiv at i.aii;
Ami Notary Public ,Vunds nil the Courts of the
66 KriHT StuepT, Hiinoiull, i
Arni.vi:vA- r nir.ssr.iA.iiitAT i.a :
T-RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Ort ick copnbk I'lmT ANu Hurktakia Srs.,
smttii:i..s a.vii iio.iiii:i'a Tittc ntv-
Office HoursUntil 9 A. M., And from t-3 ami 6:.o-6 r.M,
TNO. A. HASSINOEr
lNTKRIOR OfPICK, HoMULULf,
aiii:xt -It) TAKIi ACHSUWUUKIf.-
turitiH 10 1 nnrniri 101 iMlmpt -
TNO. S McGREW, mTd.
nirsiviAX unit mnuiiuix.
Hotel Mrtel, between Fort ami AlaleA streets,
From 7 to 10 a. m t 1 10 4, ami 6 to 8 p. 1
Telephone No. 164.
TOHN II. PATY,
llnioietu, Oaiiii, II. L,
xota ttr I'vni.ivAXtt cojimissioxkh
For the Stales of California And New Vork. Office
at III Hank of llitliop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
Hnsoiuiti, II. l
Atir.XTTo i-aki: AcicsmriAUHiK-
mrnt to t.'nnlrilrt to lihnr.
Office alJ'acificMail Steaimhip')clc, F.splanaile. 15
r M. WHITNEY, mTd.Td. D, If.
Honolulu, II. I.,
itr.xrAi, noons ox rotiT stiii:i:t.
Office In llrewer. lll.ick, corner Hotel anj Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street, 1
lyr HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, II. L,
nir.siaiAX axii sint.ii:ox. orrwi:
lo;i IVtil Slrrrt.
Office hours from rolo n a m , and 3 to 5 p. m.
Residence 195 Nuuinu Street. 49
jVT B. EMERSON, M. D.
HONOIULU, II. I.,
rirvsiciAX axj sitiwkox,
Trlki-monr Numbrh 149
Olfice hours from 8H to 10H a. m.;
Olicc and residence number a,
corner Fort street.
iK tojK p. m.
84 KlntT street,
I'ltACTICAI. II. ITOIIJTAKKIt,
t And Immirter of American Jewelry of every descrip-'.!y!'-.
(Formerly ot ban Krancucu, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queiin Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
ijirotirnit a.yii iiKAi.r.it i.v ik.v-
rrnt .Iti'rrlutmllMr. ,
P T. LENEHAN A Co.
Niuanu Strret. Honolulu.,
IMI'OltTEIts AXII VO.II.IIISSIOX .11 EH-
fhil lit. ,9
1LTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No, 104 FortStrkkt, Honolulu,
1'ASIIIOXAIII.i: llltESS A.YII CLOAK.
AX-M. G. IRWIN A Co.
HoNotuiu, 11. L,
.SVC. I II I'AVTtlltS A.YII t;o.U.1llSSIO.Y
ctussratCkEiui. 1 , r, ibwin,
s BREWER A Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
siiiffixo a.yii roii.iitssiox .in: it-
.11. A. r. CARTER. 1 1C. JUNES, jr.
T-ILL1NGHAM A Co.
No. 3; Fort Strret, Honolulu,
IMrOltTEItS A.YII IIEA LKItS IX It A Ell-
iriirr, Uiitlrrt, TonU,
Paints and Oilz, and General Mtrcliandise. i
A W. PIERCE A Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SlUt: I'll IXIII.KIIS AXII COIIMISSKIX
iVnentt for llrand's Runs n,t H.-im!, I .ru-. n,l !,.
xy Uavis' Pain Killer. ,
1" AINE A Co.
Honolllu, H. I.
CO. II Ml. SSI OX MEItVUA.VTS I. 11 I'll It
trrntlttil tlrntrrn ln
Hay, Grain and General Produce. i
No. ) Mirciiant SrtsKT, Honolulu, II. I.,
l.ltrilltTEIlS OK tlEXEHA l. MKIWIIA.Y.
ilUr from I'rnncr, Kilalaml,
Germany ami ihe United Stales. t
si6anu at! California Struct, S. F.,
inioi.Ks.i i.k aitovKits.
PaztleuUr attention paid u filling and sliipang Is.
J OUIS ADLER,
Nlusee i) Nuuanu Strut-
MAXVEAVTI'ltKIl A.YII IIK.ll.Klt IX
lluolt niiil .S.nea of rrrry IHtrrltlun,
Indies' and Qiildren's wear. Ms u.wk I wn.,1,.. nz
1 -..: t, . t v
,.,KJ, 11m, urrwv. , )
r WILLIAMS A Co.
101 and 104 Four Street,
yiiomiut.i rum a itrtsrs.
IScturcs of all tiles and kinds nuj l.s .m.I n.l
frames sf all tlesctiptlons eoftsrauity on hand. Also
Corals, Shells and Curioutics of the Pacific
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
HoMIULU, II. I ,
llrnlrrt In l.umbrr 11ml nit klmU of Hull, I.
Il Millrrlnlt, I'.ilnli, Oil; Xnll; rir.,
Ageuli 14 schooners
Haleakala, KuUmanu, Krkauluold, Mary EUen,
UUama, Pauabl and LeahL
Al RuUuson's V hart
THE0. II. DAVtES A Co.,
(Uvta. Janios, GaN A Co.)
iMrourr.it, commission mehviia.yi
mul Aornl fur
Cloy J s and Ihe Liverpool Underwriters.
British aud Foreign Marlnt Inturaue Company,
Aud Northern zLssutaucs Company. 1
DISHOP A to,
llosoilU', II. I.,
IV.4. EuhaageoniU BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
s-iAuissis,, aiiu mrw aj(nHf til
MESSRS, M. M. ROI HsCIIII.I) SONS, LonJois.
11m ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION of
LOadoa, and tdsiz UanoV in
Aud UEAsact a gsuend LUnVliit Uutuxst. 1
I-I. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBERSO, 1882?
CD, C. ROWE,
mil's): .in, miii.v i;ii.ti:h,
I'AfPK HAir.it, ic,
to? Kin? street, Honolulu.
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SleeessoMTO I.KWKM& DicklXIII,)
iuroiiTi:ui a. vii ih'.ai.kiis l.v ur.it.
Iirrnml nil Uml, f Hull, liny Miilrrlitlt.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. t
P O, HALL & SON,
Cornkr Fort Ann KinoStrhus,
iMvotirr.iis, ii:.u,i:it.s tx iiAiitt.
inirr, Itrt llomln, fill nit,
Oils and General Merchtmlie. t
TT W. McCIIESNEY A SON,
i.KATium, minis, tai.i.ow, axi
AjenU for ihe KovalMp Company. No. 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I, o
r C. COLEMAN,
HoNOLULt, II. I.,
III.ACKHMITU, MAVHIXISr, VAIL
rliiyr Ifnrlt, lliimr Hhorlny,
Plantation Machinery. He. Shon , tfln ,..
net lo CaMle & Cooke's. .
No. 8 Kaahnmami street,
Tin, Copper mid Sheet Iron Worker,
S10Vi:s AND RANOIUS,
of all Limit, I'lumliers' alocl anil melals, home furnl.h-
jn goinN, cliinJeliei, laniis, etc.
T M. OAT A Co.
Honolulu, It. I.,
SAiir.vAKi:iti. ri.Aus or all he.
nrrliilloiiM mini r nml rrimlrnl.
l.ofl In A. F, Cooke's new Hie proof building, foot of
Nuiunu Street ..
HoNOLUlU, II. I.
vioxKi'.it sti:am vaxiiv .irAxtrr.ic.
lorn unit lliikrrii,
I'racticnl Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ilaker.
Mumlier7i Hotel street, Wlweeu Fort and Nuuauu
r ENGLING A Co.,
No. 5 Xuvanu Somr,
TIXSMITIIS A.YII I'LttMIIKItS, 1IKAI.-
ert In Storm, Itminr: Tin,
1 i'!''t','.r.on an'1 t-'l'P'r Ware J Leepoonstanlly on
liaml a full assorlmenl of 'I mware, (ialvanueil Iron and
lad I ngt India Rubber Hose, etc, etc 31
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
CO.U.1II.SSIOX .IIKIIVIIAXT A.YII I1K.Y-
rml ll,;ilrr In llry tlooiln,
Groceries, Hardware, Suiionery, Patent Medicines
IVrfuinery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
STEAM KXtllXKS, IIOIl.EHS, SIM ATI
Mill, t'oolrm, Iron, Urn
And Lead Castings. Machinery of even-description
Itaue to order. Prtii-iil-tr ,ii.ni!..n n!.l ... i.1.:...
llhd sillithiniT. Toll work .tmiihl .. .. .I.nr.-.. .f!?
T II. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaaiiumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I ,
W.tTVJl AXJJ CLOCK MAKIlll,
llrjxiirliil a Specialty.
Kstablifthcd 1851. 1
Q II. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
NUMHSR II NUUANU SlKKKT,
TAri.oitixa or kvkky 'he-
scrliitlon tlonv lo ortlcr,
Meira, bos'and youths' work. 1
Nuuiieh 64 Hotel Strert,
M EA LS S EKIr El) A T A 1. L
Jiours of thv tint,
SneCLit terms f.,r ri-nl.r h.i.r.1-... '11.. I.. ...!.
,. - - - -.... ..E will. 1UIM'
Lie private room in town for Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
-p H. NORTON A Co.,
No. 13 Maunalea Street,
llorr nhoelnu, Shorn rrmornl mul nil Alio.
., zifirr,iMirn u orliilonr to oritrr.
Carriage making nnd repairing done by competent
workmen, 'the bet liorfcc-shocr in the country works
at llus place. 105.gr
Crater op Kilauea.
H". II. I.E.YTX, MA. YAH Elf.
Wilors reiluiring any unusual di.play of volcanic ae
lion will kindly give the Manager at leist ten da) s no.
nee in fine weather, and from eleven to Ihineen in fouL
I'lenly to sat, a rousIn lire, clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. s
IM. McCANDLESS, -
No. 6 Queen Street, (Fijii Market.)
IIEA LKIt JX CHOICEST IIEEE, MUTTOX
I nil. Kith, ele.
Family and Shipiung Orders carefully attended to.
Live uock furnished to vessel at short notice, and veg
elables uf all kinds supplied lo order, 14
Imported anii Dealer in
rvitxiTVitr. orr.rr.itv hescuii'tiox
Almo Vfhnlttrrrranil MiiHnfarturrr.
Furniture VtinnsHiit Vn im Pr, .,,..! IV.1.
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
A W. RICHARDSON A Co.
Importers and Dealers in
hoots, shoes, riritxi.siiixo noons,
llnli, C',111, Trunk; fallmrm,
Perfumery and Saos. U'atihsm U'akIim It., !..
dry, etc., cor, of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, II. I. ,
"pHOS. O. THRUM,
IMPORTINa ANII MANUFACTURING
statioxeii, xkhs aoext, ehixteh,
Ami ublisher of the Sati row Press, and llnit.
" AMuMam.1 Ahmmil, Merchant street. Deal,
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Muue, Toy and Fancy
liuuds Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
TOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II. I.,
if k.i Kjr.t tk h no ke it .1 .v emi'Lov.
Kents Koor.il, Cottages lluuses,and sells and Uams
r ,; ""'in an jiantiKine Mngviom. c.mulo,niiut
found for those seeking work in all the various lunches
of business oonneited v-ilh Ihe- Islands, Legal docu
ments drawn, 1W1 Collected, H-s.ksindAecttuMik.pt
aisl general office work rnusstcied. I'alrwsige solicited.
Conumssiom moilctalc. 34
Q W. UACFARLANE Co.
ijuiien Street, Honululv, II I,
m,,rtr-a 11 Hit CvMimlaaloM Mtrtkant.
ItoklntuH'o rirr.iroof llull.llno.
The GUigow and Honolulu Un of Packets
John Hay A CsVs Liverpool LU of Packets
Th Watkapu PUolatron
Tha Speoeer PUautloa, IIUo
HakaUu FUoUtloo, HUo
MlrUei. Talt A Watsou. Sugar Machinery
Th Puuioa, Shwp Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
luruariE aku Dialir in
ttL.tSStr.lltK. MEHIIIEX STLVKH I'M
(esl Hare, Mrutktt: ,
gtix'i CouUaallon StsecUclel and EsetLuas.
Lustrsl Wire Wart, Fancy iioapa, Pvcluz I'raases, pis
luls Wadeuholw's Pocket Cutlsry, INiwdar, Shut and
Aasniunulou, Clark's Spvui Ccsrun, Mschux thl, ail
luidi of Machine Needtei, "Dooestic' Parxr Fashions.
V4 agent of the universally acknuwledged
l.lht-Rujuli Doatk Sawing UacUav.
No. 44ort es. HossgLks.
ci Martha IXsvlt. sUrwct from ths " ift
sluing U PAmlKIES, NOIE, LKt7
BILL, LEGAL and FLAT FAIt'RS and
ssleWtHoCo! THRUM. '
asaaESaaav. aaavawi sserReaaaaava,
U b; Mcintvrb a brother,
Ol. Kisoand FonTSrs., HuNOLIItl',
uitovr.nv Axn :; sioiti:.
LJ HACKI7ELD& Co.
(JiitKN Siamr, IIonoi.i Lf, II I ,
nr.xr.it ai. v ui.ssmx aoiixts.
JTJ. HOFFSCHLAEOER & Co.
IIOVOLIU , Oaiu, It I ,
iMvuitrr.iiH ami V0.WJ11.SSH1.Y .111:1:.
P A. SCHAEPER A Co.
HnNoLULt, Hawaiian I hands,
i.iti'oiiTr.ni axii coMMistmx .Mr.it.
XTILDER A Co.
Cor, Tort aniiQl urn Srs., Honou'li;.
I.VMItr.lt. t'AIXT.S, OILS, SAILS,
iii,1,JIII,IIii,i Mittrrldlii of 1 rrru I. lint. 1
P P. ADAMS,
QtlRRM SrRPKT, HONOI VtV,
.1 tCTioxKr.ii a xitcouM i s.st ox .111:11.
t rirlfif. ,
A S. CLEGHORN A Co.
Importrr anii Dralrrs in
Corner (Jueen ami Kaahumami Slreels, Honolulu
DOLLES A Co.
Qufkn Smr.F.T, Honolulu, II. L,
suit' ciiAxm.r.its axii co.M.iiissiox
Impotlenl and )ealeri In General Merchandise.
TNO. II. BROWN,
lo llRRRTANIA SlllRItT,
ixsrr.cTon or ii-kkiiits a.yii
Orders can be left at the Police Station.
JUT S. GRINBAUM A Co.
Maker's IIloo:, Qurpn Strrut,
IMI'OltTKII.IAXII II-IIOI.KH A l.r. lll'.AI
rr fn llenrrtil Jlrrrlmnillr. ,
TUT AX ECKART,
No. rn Fort Street, Honoluiu,
irATCHMAKKit, JKiir.i.r.n, kxiiua-
rrr, 11ml Jllmnonil Srllrr.
All orders faithfully enectllcd. 3
KIT S. GRINBAUM A Co.
ai4 Calitornia St., San Francisco,
rtlltirAltllT.Ytt A.YII VO.1l.1llS.SIOX
Special facilities for and turticubr aiirntl..,. ..I.l A
consignments nf Island produce. 3
Nn. 114 FoKT.Sr.iOProslTltl'ANTIIVONSTAIILEa,
HOOT AXII SIIOEMAKKIt. HOOTS AXII
Short nuntr to onlrr.
Of bett material al reasonable prices, and fol cash, a
JTOLLISTBR A Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
IIUK'tWISTS A.YII TOIIALTOXISTS.
No m Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I.
No. 18 Nuuanu Strert, Honolulu, II. I.,
I'rarilcal I't it ill tiers, Gtts-jlttvvs
Particular attention paid ro the filling up of the
Hotel Street, Honolllu, II, I.,
HEALElt IX 1.A DIES' A XI)
Ociit'siititHM ami Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction sou will be sure
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
Ain r ranctsco.
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant SrE"KT, Honoiult, il. I
(opposite sailor's home.)
V US TO .If 11 o o r A XII S 11 0 E
Good work ; low jiricei. Repairing s'one with ncal.
ness and dispalcd.
P II. OEDING,
Expreu and Drayman.
Freight, I'acLages, and llaggage delnered lis and from
all partsof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, uitli
WAGONS EXI'KKSSLV FOR Till: FURIOSI:
Telephone 8sS ; residence a5 PuiKhbow I street.
OIBce 86 King street. locVif
OEE HOPP A Co,
17 Maunakea street,
CARI'ENTKR ANII FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and ihe repairing of houses attended to.
Ferms moderate. in-iy
PHILLIPS A Co.
nml HAofranin llrnlrrn In Ctolhlllf, 1T00I;
bhoes, Hati, Mens a lurnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No, 11 Kaahumann street. .
CAHI'KSTKU ami IIVMI.IIKIt.
All kinds of jobbing promptly atlended to.
Telephone Ny. rjo, Williamson's Esprest Otfue.
Shop No. (4 King itreet. jo3
Diseases of Horses ami other tlomevttcaled Aninuls
treated In the most practical and scientific manner.
diseases or the iioor a specialtv.
Residence ) Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left wdl recetva ifoin;il allemion. jjr
- F. WOLFh,
HoNOLl'LU, II. I ,
aitOCKKV, EEEII AXJI MOriSTOX
Would like heads of families, ixurtlinghouss Leepcrs
and others to know that he al alt times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Ordars solicited and emjdi tiromntlv
delivered In any part of the city or suburbs. Number
lop rung arrwl, between Alasca and tori Sts. n-can
YITILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. M MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Euabliihed In llr)
Sugar Plantation. Railroad. Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
llwu'ulu. II. I., October 1st, illz. nll
S"ASTLB A COOKB,
Na &j, King StET, lloioiuLt, II I.
jUijinZ a h.I (mw..oM Mtrrhtlnl;
Importers and Dealers In
The llilthcxxk A Company's llanuiUl.
rue Aieiandee tuidsin iianutkin.
K. Ilaleiiad, or t alalua Ptanuiwi.
a 11 sTf.s a. i L-- s-
A. It South A Cuuimrv, KoVm. HUhaL
, M. AUttrnVr, llAitvuL Mui.
Ib llsukv Sutraf
Tkt UaUw Imiitmm CoMykMjr 0 $tn ftmtUc.
GENUINE UST-AaUW tm&rmmtl
mm mn ( cm, wiw, to u gouj
i Mmmm vma nwn
win hAm IMW1KC t w .
TMUk sMvWMrfwtwtec Cmmm of Wm,
fteN twl UHm VSSU Liu.
SLaaaatlaiaaaiBm lali4T ''P
Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of
SA IWIjEH V .I- II A It X ESS
Onlers from the other IdanJs promptly attenJed to.
Corner Fort ami Klnf Streets, Honolulu, H, L
HARLES T. GUL1CK,
AORKT TO TAKK ACKNOWI RUOMRNTS TO I.AROR
OK.NKRAL IIUSINHSS AOF.NT.
Office In Mackre's Dlock at corner Queen and Kaahu-
manti streets, Honolulu 1 ,y
M King; Street,
Tin, Cni'irr-, nml Slirrt Iron It'orkrr.
lluraMnf, Ras rilling and all wotk In my line promptly
attended to. 'I erms moderate.
Hemrmber the address, opposite the Police Station,
M King street. lo,Cn, '
O J. LEVEY A CO.,
WhoIcnIr nnd Retail Grocora,
Fort slreet, Honolulu.
Fresh pocerles and provisions of all kinds on hand and
receired rteulaily from Kurope and America which
i.ll loaold at Ihe loest maiket rales.
Oood; delivered lo any part of Ihe eily free of cliaree.
Island orders solirjled and promit attention will be
' SMST MIIIIVTi 1(2 IV
T H LYNCH, "
88 King- street,
Dealer lis ovey tlracrlption of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
gOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. HKKU'EK & Cf.,
Agents forjhe Hawaiian Islands, 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. IKEII'iK & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
of San Francisco.
C.IST.K & COOKK, ACK.YTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR.
ance Company of Hamburg,
A. J A EG UK, A GK.YT,
Uuilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
I asured against I ire on Ihe most favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL' INSURANCE COM
pany cf Berlin.
F. A. SCllAEfKR d- Co., AGRXTS.
'I he alxive
r.surance Company, Iu cstablithd a
ICV here, ft tie! tho I irii lope! rtes-.l (L.l
V 7 . ,iKgainst ineujinger
or tlie heas at the most reasonable rates ami on thi
Agents, arc authorized 10 lake risks against Ihedjiiieers
most lavoraoie lerms.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCIIAKFKR b- Co., Aftnti.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For ihe Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCIAEFKR fr Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Agency licir, and theabosesigned. General Agentl,
are authorized to take Risks against Ihe dangeri of the
Seas at ihe most reasonable lates, and on ihe most fa.
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
alcherungs GeieUichaft of WInterthur.
. 1IACKFF.LD & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company .... francs 5,000,000,000
. 7". 'i"ni, of the "hove Conniany, for the Hawaiian
.McTtlian-Jise and Produce, Machinery, eic, alw .Sugar
and KicvM tilt, and ve.wti in lite harlor. again, loss
vsfaann.ss.sa jy inc, mi um muii lavorauio lermv t
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (Limited)
T1IE0. II. DAI'IES, AGEXT.
liie above aeent has received tnslnir-fin,,. in ..-
ducedie rates of Insurance tierwecn Honolulu and
Pont in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll
cies at the lowest rales, with a siecial reduction on
freight per steamers. ,
tJAOIBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCIAEFEK CV Co., AGEXTS.
Tlie above firm having; been annoiiiled agents nf th!
company are prepared ro insure risks against fire on
Stone and Hrick buddings and on Merchandise stored
therein, un the most fivoralja irn. S,.r ..-:.l...
apply at their office 1
NORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. 1IACKFELD & Co., AGKXfS.
Capital and Reserve , ,. , , Relclumatk 1,8 10.000
iiicir He.iniuranceujmpames, 35,000,000
'ITie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. IIACKFELD & Co., Atitu
Capital and Reserve Reichunark 6,000,00a
' their Re-Insurance Companies " ioi,65o,cui
Total . , Keichsinark 107,650,000
The Agriusoflhe above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared lo Insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, ere, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and veiseli in the harbor agauul loss
or damage by fire, on the roost favorable tcrmv 1
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
II ILDER CV Co., AGE.YTS,
lrurtl, S.ifrtt anil mot! Eronomlral hlfn
Intiimnrr Coihimimi; Ih tike Worl4,
CASH ASSETS OVER S,ooolooa
Ykx furlKcr Infoniution conccAiinip it. fVimtEanv
! &. 0. .n.uranct pl)f to h AjmH, o- to
J - " IHIIUII, aJSJItVIIIIIkJ dtseiltlt, 1
IrONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Pirn laslvvvvtBO Co.
Suhtrrllint (Vijilnl .... $ J ,000,000
The above Company have now established jui agency
here, ami are prepared l uk risks on prop
erty U every description within these
J, T. WATERHOUSE, Jr..
TUB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Clobsi Insurance Company,
MSUOl'tr a., AGEX7X
I'ltllmKesI LlahUlty lo MwlaoMera.
Assets . ... f)t.sAio
Reserve.. ... ,,
IkCouE roa rlyot
Premiums received after cUduclioq of r-
InauraoCR 9 s.4a,atvi
Uissesrsroniislly adjusted anj paid here. s
NEW BNGLAND MUTUAL LIPB INSUR.
ance Coaspaay asT ikattea.
CASTZE & COOKS, AGEXTS.
Tav lfaa, Parata Mataal Life laaarMca
Coosaasy la tk VaiUi SUtaa.
I'mllrif tnnl ear (A amsal seewravMe fe-nesj
ESAS1PIE Of EOE fOSJEITlEE HA 2
Insuzed age ys )unv-orduazy ht plan )
4 - ap N
Lesvaa'afaM IfcjBavfA !.Saavm.AsvavvTa'aWassalaG
JJfeTiiiii"' ft1' w
U W. SEVERANCE,
jtfi Caiitornia St., Cal., (Room Na 4 )
ll.Hr.HTAX COXSVl. A VOMMTMIO.Y
ITARNDBN A Co.
nr ir9.MARKRTSr,SAN Francisco,
ur.XKitAi. I'viicii.isixa aukxts a.vii
foiiiiiila.Joii Mrrrhttntt. ,
pRANK It. AUSTIN A Co.,
OrncR No, to CAllrnamA .Strfrt, S. F.,
COMMISSIO.Y AtlKXTS ,t FnitirAltl.
Consijnments from the Hawaiian Mands desired.
Wiebest prices warranteil and nates guaranteed 4
pltARI.ES BREWER A Co.
; Kilrv Strrst, Hoston,
AtlKXTS OK IIAWAIIA.Y I'ACKKTS,
tlrnrrnl futnnlltilon Agrnt:
Special atlention tlten 10 the punhasine offrowls foe
the Hawaiian trade. Freight al lowest rales. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
io,ixm Pianos; r.o Organs! uvi lialft buvofthe
from $t3 to $lfxn; cash, rent,
or installments; catalogues free.
.ANTLSLLI, corner Mailet ami IVsw.ll s.. i-...
cisco. " ;;
T GUS BURT,
For country merchsnn and mining companies and gen
eral Lonimission Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rales.
Otilrr 40.1 Kront Slrrrt, San rmnrltro, Cal.
pALMER A REY.
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
Hie largest and only complete Type Foundry and
rrinlen Warehouse on the Pacific Ctuu.
aos, and 107 LelJeidorfT and
it Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
We keep on liand ihe largest Hock of American Fancy
I ype ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete Mock of Miller A Rich-
arcTj Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything in this Printer's line,
frorna llodkintoaCvlinder Press. We have a lane
lock of new and second hand Printing Presses t
all makes ami sizes. We are sole agents for
UimpbelliC.vlinder Presses, Cornell and
llahcock Presses: also Peerless, Clip-
Iier, Jewel, Gordon ami Waih-
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Raster steam engines, which are just Ihe thing for
m-inti-F 1 nrrk M'siar 11... r Tn
,i . fi i: ; 'L'.":;''' ?? ?pr ."-"".
-"" - v, -aiiuurus lOKDIIHieil
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
ami Peerless Printing Inks are considered the belt i
use- 1 1 you used our Perfection plalei?
I hey nave editorial work and conlusi-
lion, and therefore save money.
IrrTSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Revismbee -No house on this coast can compete
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 17. Monroe street.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Lomiuny, (Limned )
On Fust -class seeurit,.,, for long or sliorl periods.
nn&fi ' c W' U "KtN. Managr, ,.
Office tjueen Slreet. over G. W. Macfarlin. ACo.-4Bl(
TAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II, I,,
Itrit Quulltn of ratal Miinufacturril Con.
, Innlly. All orders filled with dispatch.
! E. H. Bailey.
PJOTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. U, MM LI.EJt, fnitrlrtor,
PRIME MEATS, PORK and VEAL, ON IIANp
AND FOR SALE DAILY, belween the
hours of s until n a, ra. and a p. m.
,J. 1 -,--" laiiing a tne aiaiEcr can L sup
piled aflerruMuit. if u il....l r
Tesephonc No. avA lo0.-
Q ENGLING A Co.,
The subscribers, finding their previous ipaca lotillv I0.
1 "," - .-..z .um Miavir sncreasirur
butiuesa, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, in order lo facl lute
the allowing of an ins-fjk,
mens stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special alleution is called lo the following
?. Jcihibus now on hand '4
SUPS' R inn trrrvvrc
ALVARADO SHOVES. I
NEW PARAGON RANGES.
Suitable foe plantation use, the celebrated "NIMBLE
STOVE-and "HAUY MAY RANGE.
set In brick, wilh hot water attachments: Copper bo
rn, of every description, maJ 10 order t Iron
Piping-all sizes Lead Pipe, Iron and
Urats Cocks and finings ; also
A asm t)rU of Ssrwlac Msrtssr.
Il Is 1 nor necessary la enumerate our uock 1 TIN-
ecesuryla enumerate our sit
, as we aze prcpazed la supp
ebz In the trade, and al PKft
10 hUlr THE HUES.
nwir., m we w ieumrea la supiuy every
w,n.ra w. i, iiHir. saj ss rssil,Zn
E. & Co. thank thelz zisliuns L iba l.l.l u-n...
accsHTslssllhem during lh paa four years, and al the
mhwiuw ewkiKiitiiw iney aze now in a Letter
luulson than tier l tiKiue onlers In Ikseir krst of trade.
OrdsrlCrom list other Islands tiled aasi uomvllr
READTII1SI IHE UNUKKilGNED HAV.
log Eud certain imuroscaunlt in Ike azranga
seal and csimlmcisvai of fines and Ail spaces fuz
Stcaaa Roslen wbnk aaVaa n uassideraUe uviag of
luku wiUwiglogsussue ail week awrnalad to Lav
hi. s. zs... SAMUEL HARRISON
AdJree E. Oakley. 147 Qsiew &. an
jTV'NOWLKr 8TKAMANB VACUUM
C. BKSWJSJi cV C,, ACSXTS,
HatlagM hand a lull and cuaaiesa ssock of Uu
tc,VU' Vf. i " pRTzsVaw Twerz
tzoaa atossaav, we gisanasae saMa.to Va casanatr
tnssar laan m Mm style s asuasii lai in 1 1, "twal
J g. ; " -s.5 r
' -i.-t ..M..a? KrmmmSm - . '
WHOLE NUMBER 122.
AT THE OLD STAND. NUMDF.R f KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
I'LUMMNG t.V ALL ITS "RANCHES.
Artesian Well Pipe-ill iig.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tlp-top, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Piiie, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
I'aniy, Army Ranges, Magna Chartl,
Buck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IKON and COPPER IIOILRRS
FOR RANOES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galraniied iron wter Pip, all tlstM, u
laid on at lowest rate, alto cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Home Fnrniaatag GswcU, mil atiaat.
All lirei and grades. Lift and Force Pumps. Cittern
Pumps, Calvanlzed Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plan,
W'aler Closed, Marble slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
No. 83 Kino Street.
PRIVATE DWELUN0-HOUSE,-largt sd com
mudious outbuildings, etc.; free water; good locality.
Cirfu"stret','! ,0,1 c,B,ra,,', of tUTl ' on
FURNISHED ROOMS on Emma s'trMt, and In
other parts of the city aiul sutmibs.
FURNISHED ROOMS 00 King street, three .ir.:
ules walk from itorlice; halh and every coovenl
A FEW STALLS in stable on King street, central
gX BARK KALAKAUA
AND EAREMTINE ELLA,
Golden Oat Extra Paimllvr avjatt
r. ...."" "RAWN, Cases BACON,
Cases WlllrrAKKK STAR HAMS, '
Juil lo hand, Mid fur sal by
VfOTICK TO THB PUBLIC
Just arrived ly larlentine Ella, from Saa rrsadace!
s CARRIAGE HORSES,
1 CARRIAGE MARES,
1 VERY FINE STALLION,
One very firs. Thoroughbred HULL, I yean old ! MM
yearling lIULl., halflersev and IssV Wrniz-
Ana gentle MILCH COW, kalf lwy and bail Isr.
ham. and om very fin DURHAM COW, ell of srMc
are for sal.
Apply personally to me, or by letter tazougk p. (J.
Bo 341. Honolulu. J. M. WRIGHT.
XTBW SHOP Al .
! King atctet,
miawikHalaai gsM Csvvrrlaaja
T. li. MURRAY, Manager.
Horses promptly shod, In ih best manner; Carriage
painting try csuniieisM wozkawn. Try our new
shop, two dours froea Mimiikia srrees.
npHB STATE INVSSTMINT
llavtag euabliizsed an agency kaee, tha Isnlaij kj
"' s ' -j rf-iii igikm "
Fin ON IIVILLUNGS,
JAarar zTfjJi n I', lull, CvfMi, "r-r'nrYsf, aW.
Losses prentptly adjusted and payaUi kan, Ti
R. W. LAIN
pHE PACIFIC MUTUAL
Desire to call laa pazikuiar astatne al svswiUzds) s
lONTlhjE INVEtrrMSNT rsUCitM,
1 tk "InitiitmleUo Umm J
Also Tim Detent r Eawswaaat'
5 1 Tit., u .