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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 123!
SATURDAY PR I2SS
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1 IOS. G. THRUM. Publisher nd Preprletor.
It C. DAKK It the only anthodred ..tenl for
"i "PRESS" In Sin Francises.
PuWIcatlon office It t 6 Kashtunann ttreet Ed-.-mUI
room t 4 Mftthanl ttreet.
'FPiATlON OF "MICHAEL AN-
S ehintt that shall rvrisiH utterly,
t'et imti only to revsre again
In other form. as clovi report h raht
I S shsvlaliut. of the rmw ami .
lti build their house frosss tkc tesssunry
vf mused Ineab. the anm and lb pain
iX heart, tastl lottc bete cectscsi in bet, rcfitalfi
To throb In heart tnat are, ec arc to be.
o from oM sctsftiek, where sleep in Hrt
Name that arm fitted the wot td with tnseapet tone,
I tastd this tee; an4 flower e : hnr thrust
ncir ratti arnceu the fcssvse trctlerntrst tons-i,
Whuh to M end I fash! a I must.
Qusttenetl ar they that touch the IVvcibci'a Inne.
-UmtflUr" ' AHamlk MtntKfy
Ifarfir't Monlilj opens die new year with
it excellent table of contents. " AttUl Stroll
ft Holland," profusely illustrated, is a etics
nf sketches In the brut of dikes ami ditches.
"Uring lamps'" is tlic appiopmte title cf an
ttide on the many phosphorescent inhabitants
'f the eatth, air ami sea. The accompanying
. nparings are beautiful. An excellent tie
vriplion of the tumlier industry in Califomb
vrxllife in the timber finest it given in "A
I'.cxlwool Logging Camp." The illustrations
are among the finest that have appeared in
Harper's. "Widow ltrcmn't Christmas" is a
poem in the well-known stle of Trow bridge.
"The Old English Seamen" is a ery interest
ing historical sketch of the old I'nglish naviga
I irs and their varied experiences. A number
nf stories, continued and short, appropriate
( hmtmas and other poems and the usual cdi
t irbl departments complete the contents.
The January Allanit publishes a drama by
Ingfcllow entitled. "Michael Angelo" which
ccupies the first thiity-fisc ages of the maga
zine. It is not necessary to commend the
work of this master of s-erse.. In "An Apen
nine Valley" the reader is given a glimpse of
one of the charming vales of this famous Italian
range. "An aftcrdireakfasl talk," from the
pen of Oliscr Wendell Holmes, shows the re
lation of the people to authors. It will be read
with interest and will no doubt be appreciated
by the latter dais. "Wagner's Parsifal " is a
criticism of the great work of the noted German
composer. "Studies in the South " are con
tinued to the eleventh numtier. "Chance
days in Oregon" is an interesting western
sketch. Reviews of " Iljornstjernc lljornvm's
stories and biographies of "Andrew Jack
son" and "John Randolph," with a poem,
"A Summer" Pilgrimage" by Whittier, "An
Ancestral Footstep" by Nathaniel Hawthorne,
and romances etc, make a valuable number.
Frank Leslie's rufular Mcuthlf for Janu
ary under the heading "A Polynesian King
dom," attempts to give an account of the Ha
waiian Islands. It was written by W. S.
Hughes, U. S. X., who was in Honolulu on a
U. S. s cssel of war at the time of the election
of King Kalakaua, and in the main, gives a
scry correct idea of the islands at that time.
I'.ut nine years have made a vast change in the
condition of this kingdom, and people abroad
who read it will form an unjust opinion of the
group as It is to-day. The cms accompanying
the article will amuse residents of Honolulu;
one of them, showing a portion of thebusincss.
portion of the town Is fiom a photograph taken
as long ago as iSm or '53. The "View of
Hiio" is also scry old and would not be re
cognized by any one wlio has seen tliat place
recently. The potrait of King Kalakaua is
horrid, and in one of the brge views the
kaMilit therein represented look like huge fans
made from the largest wing and tail feathers of
some big bird. The view of Kibuea is better
than the average of those that appear in for
eign publications. The only picture that
might be called modem, is one of the new
palace, which recently appeared in Leslie's
11,'uilnxliJ ll'tttfjr, and which is borrowed for
the occasion. The descri)tion and the accom
panying engravings would work admirably
into a reminiscence aitide.
The OvtrUnJ Mtnlklj for January, Vol. I,
No l, of the second aeries lies upon ourtablc.
It was with feelings of regret that we first read
the announcement in the CalifiniiJii of chang
ing the name to the OvtrljiiJ, for we had be
come attached to it and hailed its monthly
Tfisits with pleasure. Now, however, when we
see the old familiar cover with the same grirtly
bear, standing on the railroad track, with
which we made fi lends many years ago, we
find the first love the, strongest and extend a
cotdbl welcome to the new OvtrfjnJ. The
table of contents too, exerts its influence in
producing this change of heart. "Overland
Reminiscences," the first article, will not fail
to interest every reader. "Half a dozen
words from Ilaltimore to Hcrkley," it a short
contribution from O. C Oilman, formerly
President of the University of Californb, and
one of the contributors of the old OvcrhaJ.
''Mutual rcbtions of intellectual and moral
culture" Ivan excellent paper. A review of
"Alfred Tennyson, roet Uuieatc," by T, II.
Rearden, Is a scholarly production ; anil it is
certain that thegteat poet hat few more ardent
aJn.iien if wore careful students than the
writer of the review. "Observations 00 the
New Constitution" will prove ment Interest
Ug to renders in California. "Palo and Co
lumbus" pre a description of the present apt
penance of the port from which Columbus
talWd on hit voyage of dicovery which gave
tke tbJ a new continent. ''Coteaa Medical
Science " give a slight glimc of some of the
peculiar Ideas and customs of a people who,
though ancient, have but recently been Intro
duced to the civilized woikl. "On fort in
TUtcaU" lake the reader on a Jaunt through
nrtlorU of the interior of Mexico. A sketch
A "tbci llatte" ami bit writings uuuM ap
opulc In this number fur he was the first
tdttof ot the (HrrUnJ, And it was In the ftrvt
ytfanna of that Bwtgu4e that his best picftl
mh bmc wsmU appatrcd. "Kikut a tale
oftvew Jajaw" It lniere(fo. Leonard Kip's
urlll "ThaW," Ucwvttud lathe sctm
tifln dxMf. "Asuwtta," a short story
Map this HMtrlhr willl cwhUk14 in Ike
ftWvMCY issh. There are sottte WY V
tvajsMn la the prnrl tsumlr wbkh show that
ttw SW k irRt; la soetjttwt ) the
'. r-aff f . "The (km vfuEn," by Ml!
awni VfiUiSUt "CaMornU'l IW,"
VvCb-PMf UaMUitvaJ," by lu
D, CnotWiihl "tktmfku-cU, by II. 11.;
"Kar Yaw1, S" Vf - Kawyt wJ
mttRtizme, "Current Comment," "lltn.k lie
virw," "IJastaml West" ami "Outcrop
inaj," are cnnilaetrd with ability and will be
fotsml entertaining. This first numtier of the
new Ortritm, whitli contain one-tixth more
rjes tlian the CKfniUt, one handiest and
ten in all, rmtat l pronouncetl a perfect site
1 osa. We hope tlstH its standard may ever be
krpt up, tb.it It will continue to grow and pins
per.'aml thst It will live Ion to K- the pride
of the Padfie.
The jtrvri'rWri Almanat anJ Annua for
tSSj mil Iwml fiom the Sathrhw Par
offiee this week. This invaluable hand book
has reached its ninth year of publication and
continues to increase in Interest with each sue
ecedlng twite. In addition to the well known
statiMical and other tabtea of reference pre
pared expressly for the Annual, the Hawaiian
register and directory, the interesting fool
notes, etc., the present number contains the
Api(prblion Hill voted by the last IcgUlnturc
for thcbiennbl period ending March 31, 1884,
a list of sugar plantations and mills and a
large numtier of contributions prepared for
publication in its Jwgcs. Among the latter arc
"Hawaiian Woods and Forest Trees," by J.
M. Lydgitci "The M)th of Iliku and Kawe
Iu," by J. S. Dncrson, with additional re
marks by Prof. W. D, Alexander; "Marine
Casualties for the Hawaiian Islands," con
tinued from the Annual for tSSz, ami embra
cing the years from tSjS to 1S74 s "The Pec
lua or Army Worm of the Hawaiian Mands,"
by the late J. li. Ch.imlx-thin ; "Eruptions of
I lawaibn Volcanoes," by Geo. W. Stewart ;
"Some Hawaiian Proverbs," by II. I Shel
don, with a large numlier of additional
proverbs and sayings by Dr. CM. Hyde;
"Rctropectofthe Vear iSSl," by the com
piler, Thos. G. Thrum j ''Something about
ltanarus," by Walter Hill ; "Casualities of
Shipping connected with Ports of the Ha
waiian Islands for tSSz"; and "A Stranger's
Wanderings in Hawaii," by Robert Walker
Jr. The present number contains eighty
pages of valuable miller ami will, we trust,
be appreciated by persons desiring reliable in
formation concerning the Klands.
N'ordcnskold, in the dust which he collected
in the arctic regions, found small, w hite grains
which lie described as "cryoconitc." It was
nartlv from the oresence of thrj.f.riin t!.-., t,..
inferred its origin tobecosmic, amlconscqucntly
iiiajiiui iu uui cann. anvcsiri louna
spherules of iron and nickel in some dust that
fell at Catania, and aumcd from that circums
tance that it must be meteoric. Spcrimcns of
cryoconuc ami utaman (lust, togillicr with
some obtained from the snow near Kiel, were
recently suumuicu mine eminent mineralogist,
Von I.aaulx, and that gentleman, as the result
of his examination, has announced his opinion
that the dust is not of cosmic original all, but
simply detritus derived from the rocks on the
earth s surface. The crjoconite he found to
Le principally composed of quartz ami mica, two
minerals which ate almost unknown in meteor
ites. There were no mineral particles present
which would indiutc a cosmic origin. I lence
he concludes that " the dust may undoubtedly
have come from the gneiss recion of the coast
of Greenbnd. " The constituents of which the
(.ataman dust was made up were, with the ex
ception of the iron panicles, such as might have
had their origin within Sidly. Mount Ktna
would supply -the augite and olivine cry tals
found in it. Finally, in the dust brought from
Kiel, there was no trace of minerals which
would indicates non-tcrretrbl origin, with
the exception of a few particles of metallic iron
which could be attracted with a magnet. "If
we now group the oliservations of the various
dust masses precipitated from the atmosphere,
it first appears that, in nearly their whole mass,
these varieties of dust consist of mineral parti
cles which may be very well regarded as detritus
of rocks more or less near. Only the metallic
iorn, present alw avs, but in v cry' small quantity,
can be considered cosmic " Having arrived
at this conclusion, M. Von Lasaulx goes on to
prove how the presence of metallic iron docs
not necessarily indicate a cosmic origin. The
masses of iron found at Ovlfak. in Greenland.
were, in the opinion of many authorities, of
tcrrcsinai origin ; and 11 mat assumption was
reasonable in the caseof brge blocks, it must be
equally so in the case of dust. Chambtrtf
THE "BOSS" MOSQUITO STORY.
Theavcrage Jersey mosquito is acknowledged
by all with whom he has come in contact to lie
an exceedingly bloodthirsty wretch : but of all
the Holies related concerning his vicious ways
In all probability none can equal the tale told
by Captbn J.W.Anderson, of the Ilritish
bark Emmanuel SaxJtnborg. 4 The SxeeJin.
ivrg arnveil at mis jiort on last Saturday
fiom Spin, with a cargo of iron. She was
lying in the river untH yesterday afternoon,
when she was docked at Willow-street wharf.
Here it was that a Record nun found the
ambblc skipjier in his cosy cabin, 'busily en
gaged in applying poultices to his face, hands,
arms neck and ankles. In order to alby the
pain and take down the swelling caused by
trie line 01 ine pcsuierous insects. When
questioned the Captain said: "It was about
3 o'clock In the afternoon, when fifteen miles
off Cape May, that we saw-towards the north
a great cloud of insects bearing directly down
on us. Three minutes after we sighted the
moving mass our ship was encircled bv hordes
of mosquitoes. They mutt have been wearied
by their long flight from land, for they Imme
diately took up positions on the deck, on the
sails and among the rigging. At this juncture
we picked up a pilot, whom we eagerly be
sought to explain where the visitors came from,
but he was too dumbfounded to make any
reply. After they began thcirtrast on t)ic ex
twscd paitsof ut helpless souls it was terrible.
Some of the men cried out In agony at the
way they were bitten. Go where they would
It was all the same. Down In the cabin
many fled for relief, but It was of no avail, fur
It sn-med at though tficre were as many below
decks at there were al.ivc. I noticed ail that
atiacv.ni me were tnin and mean looking.
Some had bills half an inch In length, widen
thev inverted in one lice and arms with niaikrd
vktoutnexs. Itiookbufa second or two for
them to rat rooueh to fallen them bcvoivd all
belief. It look all our lime to kill the critters
at they alighted on us. At the end of the
first half hour they began wetrine our clothes.
When I found that the devilish fellows were
crawling up my legs, 1 hastily went to the
cabin and put on a pair of big boots and climbesl
into a heavy winter overcoat. When I sallied
out on the deck again I thought I was proof
againvi me imcs 01 ine rooMiuiiors. rvoi so,
how ever, They ounaced to lother me almost
as much as before, lly this lime many of the
crew had w alhol their faces and necks with
shirts, leaving only space enough Iu see. I
wat dritcn almost detiicrale. ami I climbed
up to the maintop, thinking to escape the
ferocious animals Vou any know how glad
I was when I found that they bad not got
up so far. The first male called to me to,
know how It wat up there. I told hint to come
up and Iu bring as many of the men atoft at
Could be spared. Tills he did, and there we
vtiid all night. When supper time came, our
Chinese cook west bcktw ami filled a lasskH
of coM victuals which we hoivtrd up to out
percbaa In the shioud. The men took hour
turns In gulng down on sleek awl nurugmg
the Vtaacl. We slept aluft, as we feared to
venture u the deck. About 4 n'clor a stUT
Utrie sprung up, and the rniisnuitoek began
leaving us. Many of ihemHakl on the boat,
liowever.wHrtil we reached IMaware. At the
Huxskwatn I ttsd to tend a dispatch to
tire consignee: in liifadrlphb, but ttiy hands
war bitten to baity I was unable to write,
and had to get the tsltsiraph operator to pen
the taattttvty I hope srr wiM never be aw
lUd to tgtia cndtiK taws lutvwenta as vve
sick lubiifled todntlntf Ike "tune ire state on
dock. Mjr otdr (saf was thai ke r-tui(oca
hMKHT V-C HtK'tKMk MMMfM ud
rae ottt idiasvl nh in nr.taiintiiin. Lucitlr I
p a. dbJlanux - - -
Snrroj-or ntttl Civil ErtRlnnnr,
A.l.lrr-s IIONOI.UI.U lt-oflke. ite-fm'
AITILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOUXHY AT LAW,
I) MlKIUHl SflUT, llowou'ty, 50
J M. DAVIDSON,
.1 TlOllXr.Y .1 T Ut If,
No. rt Merchant Street. Honolulu. 1)
yXJ R. CASTLB,
Ami Notary IVUic. Altrnji all the Count cf tli
M I'ukt Sraraf, llovorttu, 1
.irrIK.VK!.f VHtrX.SKU.UIt .IT ..III".
pjRS. cummings a martin
Omen coama lour and IIkhtanu Sts.,
MVilOEOX.H.IMt IIOHtKP.ITIItV VltY-
Offiea I Imtrs Until 0 a. m., and from 1-3 and 6: jo-8 r. H.
J NO. A. HASSINGER,
iNrxaioa Omen, HoNotULU,
.ini;.vr to t.ikk .icksuut.kihik-
Mirwfa to VontntctM fur fattmr. j
TNO. S McGREW, M. D.
Hotel street, between Fort and AUkci ttieets
From 7 ta to a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 10 8 p. m.
Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
Hosot t'LU, Oaiiv, II. I.,
xor.t ur rvnutcAxn cost.ittssiosKit
For the States of California and New Vol It. Office
at the llanlt of lliAop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
ltONOl-ULl', II. I.,
.UtnXTTO T.IKK .ICKXOiri.KIHlK-
inent to CotitrttrtM fjtbor.
Office at Pacific Mail Sleamdiip IXxtc. Kplaruule. ic
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
J IIOVOLUU', II. I.,
1mXT.11. itooM.s ax foist stukkt.
OfTice in Brewer' Itlock, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. t
lVjr HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu, H. I.,
viirsiuiAX Axit suitir.ox. owict:
IOS fori Slrrrl.
Office hour from tato 12 a. m.( and 3 to 5 p. m
Residence 195 Nuuanu Slrcet. 49
TJ B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. 1 ,
rirrswiAX ash sumokox,
TaLBI-HONIt NUMBKH I49.
Office hours from 8K to 10M a. m.; I VJ to 3 p. m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
corner Fnrt street. tt
&4 King: street,
ril.lCTlCI t. IIVI TCII31AKKK,
And lmiorlerof American Jewelry of every dctcrip
liun. (Formerly ol isan Francnco, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
QeuH Srititar, Honolulu, II. I.,
IJIVOKTKH AXIt 1IK.II.KK IX HK.V
rnll Jtrrttitnillf. t
T T. LENEHAN Co.
13IVUUTKUS AXlttCOJIJIl.SSIUX 3lf.lt-
1UJRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Na 104 Fort Street, Ho.oluiu,
f.isuinx.iiu.K mti'.ss .i.vii cui.
G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sva.tit FACTO It.S .IXlt CUMMISSIUX
WM, C. IRWIK.
s BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
SUIVVIXa .1X11 COllJtlSMOX 3lf.lt-
H. A. P. CARTER. I T. C. )111B, Jr.
J-JILL1NGHAM ck Co.
No. 3; Fort Street, Honolulu,
1HVOUTKKS AX II ltf.Al.KltS IX 1IAU11-
irrtrr. Cutlery, Tool.
IVinlt and Oil, and General McrchandUe. 1
A W. PIERCE ot Co.
Honolulu, II, I.,
Hltlf Cll.IXUf.KKM ..V COMM1HMOX
Agentt for Itrand'a Gunt and Dumb Lancet and I'vr
ry Davit l'ain Killer. 1
J AINE & Co.'
Honolulu, II. I.
CUMMtSStOX Mf.ltCHAXTH IMVOIt
Irrm UHtt lirulera 4mJ
Hay, Grainand General I'roducc i
No. a? ittRsiiAMT Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
IMt'OIITKUH Of UKXKHA L MKKCIIAX-
rflae from frttHte, EHytnmlf
Germany and the United Stale.
91$ AMPlSCAUrOKMU Strbet. S. K.,
ParikuUr -utcniioo paid to filling ikl ihifn-f J
T OUIS ADLER,
NL'Uttlt 1 Nouahu .Sr-lBTr
MASUEAVTVItEH ASU UKAUSH IS
ittootta UM,f Mhem rrrry IftstripHQH
leavl! aivl Ch.trn't wr, l y Mock it won fay of
lotpEs-tCTtVjw. i-?k-it T-cry row, 51
J WILLIAMS ft Co.
tot ano 104 Fort StRRRT,
Picture c all Urt and kinjl made to ceder, and
iramr m an uecriiaiui contfantiy on nana. Al'
uyal. sneui anu v.unome A tlv racing. i
A LLKN ROBINSOnT
lluNOLVLf, II, I ,
Seulrra m lumWrR1 mil klM.lt mf Hull J',
luy MmlrrM; VhIhIm, Ollm, Xmlli, Or.,
Aeciuv of Lkxert
Haiaahala, Ktdaaaaau, KatuuJuok, Mary Ellen,
Ultima, Pauaa! and Leald.
At KcUMun'VArulf. 1
npHEO. H. DAVIES A Co.,
ll-Atii lakioa, GtyaN & Co.)
IMI'OkTHU, COMtlUUOX MKKCHAX1
mud A mint for .
Uoytft and the Uverpeol Uaderwrltera.
tatttUla and Ftwelca marine luaraac Compaar.
At4 Hwttvera Assurance Commm. t
a' Nu. r KlMl Stmet,
. i HULK mud MA KXKMM MAKKM,
Mttkaa Sv.tilU iatliln4 a kadta-i Ua.
AH liaJt t REPAIRING HONK 10 OKDEH.
Piiot oeccdiinly aaoowatt. Iio-s-w
JC S. PRATT A CO.,
A urtloawtra 4 Ctattali MtrrkmtUa,
Qvvu Stvt 'Dearer Host), Hn.nlalii.
SgMmUaMioa, altea la ttva sabieT lUalaaJ Pin-
r AcVraaee ttvad eat Caenlt.'t It
P D. C. ROWE,
norm; ,1.1.1 .iir;.v iMi.vri:,
Pairr IUncrr, etc,
to; Klnir ttreet, llonolnln
T EWERS A COOKE,
(S-tXKsrRt TO LkWRRS A DlCKvnN,)
IMVIIIITKItl .1X11 IIKAI.KItS IX IAI3I-
hrrnutt till Anil vf HulhUttu 3lttlrrluU.
Fort tUMl. Honolulu, II. I, i
P 0. HALL. A SON,
Corner Fort anu Kino Stunts,
i3ivoiiri:iis, itK.ti.Kits ix ii.titn-
tritrr, llrjt llnmln, Valuta,
Oilt and General Merchandise. t
JJ W McCHBSNBY & SON,
i.r.ATiiKit, iituf.s, T.tu.mr, axi
Agent for the Royal Sonp Comiuny. No. 4t Queen
ttreet, Honolulu, fl, I. 9
"t C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, It. I.,
lUAUKS.niTII, 3t.ICIIlXI.ST, tUH-
rltty H'nrk, 1 1 nrr Hhnrlui,
rUntalion Machinerv-. etc. Shon on XIne street.
next to Cailte tt. Cookes. 1
Na 8 Kaahumanu ttreet,
Tin, Copper and Shoot Iron 'Worker,
STOVF.S AND, RANG Fa,
of all kinds, numbers' Mock and metal, house furnish
ing Roous, cnanuenert, 1 imps, etc
J M. OAT A Co.
J Hd-IOLILU, II. I ,
5.1 lU-Jt.l Kl'.llS. fUIO.1 OF A hi. K
aerf(fiM tiuiilrnntl rrptilrnl.
I.oft In A. F. CouVe's new fire roof huilding, foot of
Nuuanu Mreet. S
Honolulu, H. I.
riOXKKIt STKA31 C.I.Vll 31AXUFAC'
Ittry ttml llnKrry.
lractical Confectioner, Pastry Coolc ami Hakcr.
Number 7t Hotel ttreet, between Fort and Nuuanu
p ENGL1NG A Co.,
Na 5 Nuuanu Street,
T1XS3IIT11S AXIt l'TAT-MHEIlS, IIK.IL-
rra In Stnrrt, llttngrit, Tin,
Slieet Iron and Copper Ware ; keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Hnwarc, Galvanised Iron and
lad I'ipe, India kutl-er Hose, etc., etc 3
J W. GIRVIN,
Wailuv-u, Maui, II. t ,
C03I3I1.SS10X 31KIICI1AXT AXIt flK.V-
rnil Itntler Iu Itry llootla,
Grocerie-i, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines
Pcifumrry and Glassware. 1
JTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, 11, I ,
MTK.I3I KXOIXKS, HOlt.KltS, SUOAK
3IIUh, V'tolrrM, lrun, ltruaa
And Lead Castings. Machinery of every devcritrflon
made to order. Particular attention paid to Chips'
Lttacksmithin,; Jot, work executed on the tliortest no
J II. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu STRrarr, Honolulu, IU1.,
WATCUAXJi VI.OCK MAKEU,
Jlepalrlng a Specialty.
Euahlished 185.1. t
O H. MEBKAPU, (KAUKA1WA.)
Nuubkk 11 Nuuanu Street,
TAJLOlilXO Or EVEHY
ncrijttlon done to oriler.
Men, boy and youth work.
NUUBSK64 Hotel Street,
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
lioitrs of the ilnu,
Special term for regular boarder. The only suita
ble private roo:n in town for Ladie.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
-p H. NORTON A Co.,
No. 13 Maunakka Street,
llorae ahortHi,Hhorm rrutoreil tint! all klntla
of llltickamllh Hra-rliinr loonlrr.
Carriage making and repairing done by competent
woikmen. 'I "he bet horc-hoer in the country wmk
at thi place. tos-qr
Crater or Kilauea.
IT. If. l.KSTZ, XAXAOKlt.
( Msitor retiuinns any unuual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly eive the Manaeer at least ten day no
tice in fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen in foul.
Plenty to eat. a rousing fire, clean bed; and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian ulands. 3
Rani Eatnttt tkOnatrrtal BtuUttstt Arant,
No. 83 KING STREET.
Solicitor for The Saturday Press.
Imkirtrr anu Dralee in
FVltXlTVKK OFKVKRY ItKSVItll'TlON
Alao Vphotalrrrr -utl JtiiHufarlurtr,
Fumllure Wareroomt No. to Fort ttreet. Weak
shop at old stand on I lutel Street. All orders promptly
E tended to. 41
A W. RICHARDSON A Co.
Importer and Dealers in
BOOTH, HIIOKH, FUltXISIUXII UOOltM,
Unla, Cii-j, Trttnka, Vallara,
Perfumery and Su-ip, Wallham Watch-, Fine lew.
elry, etc, cor, cf Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I. 1
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
lurtlRTlW ANU MANUrACTVRINa
HTATIOXKR, Xf.WH AOKXT, fHlXTUB,
And publisher ol the Saturiiav Press, and llawaii
aa Alme and A!, Mtrthaat street. Ileal,
tr In Hit htalimcry, UuuV, Music, Toy and Fancy
Goods Fort Btreei, near llottl. Honolulu.
JOSEPH B. WISKMAN
J Honolulu, H. I ,
MK.lt. KMTATK KMOKKH AXIt KMfLar.
Kcntt Rooms Cottages Houses and tctU and lea
(teal uaie In all pan of lb Kuutduco. Employment
found fur those king work in all the vailouibranchet
of business connected with these I dand. Legal docu
mcmdrawn, ttill CotUvtcd, lioolitand Acuxiuiakept
and general oAke wmk iransaded, Palrodage suUilcd.
Commissions moderate 34
" W, M ACFARLANE A Co.
Queen Steeet, Honolulu, II. I.
lmiutrtorm aNl t'wMmiee JfereAnaila,
AusVinson'a Vlrvrouf ButUfM.
TtM Gtaagow aa4 Htvatviula LUse of Packets
Joka Hay A Ceva Urwnoal Uae of Packet
Wlrlatis. Tan A Watatsa. Sugar MaeJsUery
Ttva nrasltta Inaaav Ktac Caaiiitnf
A L, SMITH,
luroRTE anu IliaLaa IN
titJtuiir.n-, MKMIhKX MILrMB fLA
tad War, BrmmU, Vmaas,
Kkte'e CVsNilsaalliw Kuesltste aaa EssWsmaa,
AwiBili.', CUf k' S-poU CiKimn, ifkm OIL bM
kuA$ vf Mt'-h-m nMihWi. "irinfumir1 nwt wtrnkML
tJLjsW MmBMa fcf (JsHl WsB'iHiWsMHbW eMsfcAW4stsV(aaMvl
A rtH INVOICKOf
JJusitusG liTit ruo.
ij1k;mcIntyrr a np.oniBR,
Cut. Kino anii Fort Sts., Hrmoit'Lt',
tumvKitr Axn i'kkii .srom:.
U HACKFBLD A Co,
le,au C--..- II.... it I
jeau ttJasgin s3t IBs.ts,, HUJ-Slll., .va II. 1 a
ti km 1: mi. rou.uittinx Atir.XTS.
CD, liOPFSCIILAnOER A Co.
lj HoNOLUlU, OAlltl, II. I.,
1311'tHtrKlts .1X11 V03I3I 1.1.1 IOX Mf.lt
P A? SCHAEPER A Co,
s Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IXII VOM3I1.1.1IOX 3tr.it
ILDER A Co.
Cur. Fort anii Qftrn Sts,, Honolulu.
1AI311IKII. I'.tlXT.S, OILS, XAtl.S,
mill Hull, til, 1 3lntrrlnla nf rrrry 1. 1 ml. 1
f tjiiREN Street, Honolulu,
.1 VCTlOXKKIt A XII C03I3I1SSIOX 3lf.ll-
' thnnl. 1
A S. CLEGHORN A Co.
iMrOKTRRS AND DEALERS IN
OKXKHA 1. 3IKItCIIAXlllSK,
Corner Queen and Kavhunivnu Streets, Honolulu.
DOLLES A Co.
Qieen Street, Honolulu, ll.'l.,
nil IV CI1.IX1H.KKH AXIt C03I3I1.1SIOX
Importer and Dealer In General Mertluuidise. 1
J NO. II. BROWN,
103 Hrrktania Street,
IXSVKCTUIt Of WKIOItTS AXIt
Orders can be left at the Police Slallon
KIT S. GRINBAUM A Co.
Mae'r s Uukk, Quern Strert,
1311'OHTKIt.SAXll WIIOI.KS.II.K 1IK.
rr In (imrrnl 3lrrrhn ntllte.
Na tit FoktStrert, Honolulu,
tTATCIIMAKRR, AKIfKLKR, ESdll.t-
rrr, ami lllnmnml ."Vrflcr.
AH order faithfully executed. 3a
TkJ S. GRINBAUM A Co.
14 California St., San Fkanciscci,
FOKir.lllllIXa AXIt C0313HS110X
Special facilitte for and particular attention paid to
consignment of Island produce. a
No. 114 Fort St., nrrosiTE Pantheon Staiiles,
HOOT AXIt .11IOf.3t.lKKK. KOOT.I AXIt
5ioea mnifr to ortlrr.
Of best material nt reasonable prices, and fol cash, a
JTOLLISTER A Co.,
Wholesale anii Retail
JtKVOIIlSTS AXIt TOKACCOXI.1T.1.
No. sa Nuntnu ttreet. Honolulu, H. I.
ROWN ft PHILLIPS,
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II,
l'ritcttcal l'luuiliern, Oim-ltters
Patticuhr attention aid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Ga Machine. 1
HotrlStrfet, Honolulu, II. I.,
JiEALEK IX LADIES' AXD
OeiU'n HIioeH ami Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction vou will be urc
to come azaiiL Repairing done to order. Formerly of
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4MerciiantStrfbt. Honolult, H. !
(ori-osiTK sailor's home,)
CUSTOM HOOT AXD SlTOJi
Good work t low prices. Repairing stone with neat
ness and dispatcd.
P H. OBDING,
Eajjiuaa and Draymari,
Freight, Packagca, and liagjige delivered to and from
all part of Honolulu aiid vicinity. Careful at.
tentlon paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRF.SSI.V FOR THF. PURPOSE.
Teleplione S6 i residence 35 Punchbowl Mreet.
Office as King street.
CEE HOPP A Co ,
37 Maunakea street,
CARPENTER AND FUKNFIUKE DEALER.
House built and the rcraidnir of house attended to.
'1 ernts moderate. v 1 a-1 y
PHILLIPS A Co.
ancf rfAveasnlei Jtealrra in Clothlnu, Kovla,
Shoe, Hal, Men' Furnisliiug .Goods
Fancy Goods etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
jT F. BURGESS,
CARVr.XTKlt ami HVII.1IKK.
All kln.lt of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson' Expr-v Olhcc
Sliop No. (4 Klua; street. 10S
Disease of Horse and other domesticated Animals
treated in the most practical and uientlfie manner,
uisEAtas ur the uour a trsciALTV,
Residence a Fort street, Honolulu, where all order
left will receive prom attention. c-qi
t F, WOLFts,
Honolulu, II, I.,
URocKkr, mko anu rKorimox
Would Irk heads of families tuoardinghouse keepcrt
and other to know that he at alt: tunc 1I at prices
lowest of Ike low, Ordlr otssiied and good promptly
delivered In any part of the city or uUirb. Number
tee) Klan threirt, between Alakea and Fort Sts. slw
-IXriLLIAM O. SMITH,
No. M MEKCHAN1' STREET, HONOLULU,
(EM.UiJ.td In 1S79.)
Safar PlaaUtion. Railread, Telephosve and other
teeiKtraiitstt a-, ntretoa ana 1
Mcwtttca bought and soul
Honolulu, II. L. Ovtubet in. 1 Mr.
-JASTLB A COOKE,
NO. to, KlxfjStttlT, HokulUlV, II. I.
BmAfftnp maul Cammtlaatuu MarrAmHla,
lateoctars aad DtsuWs Ut
ISse HsKhcevk A Coswpsny' PUutaiLxs.
Ttst Atetaaslee A EttUwl PUotalwss,
Vksf Uafk MtsjaatEtt&fstsaiji Fmjtmamag atatf uj lnuun
MftmtaaTmfiyQmm sPJWtEr lt4JtH 1 tantwi:
A. ttMU.Uo tm ImaMH mhrnwrnt
Manufacturer and Dealer In all llndi uf
sa i) i) hi: it v ,e n a Hxuss
Orders from the other Islam! eomely attended to.
Corner Fort ami King Street, Honolulu, II, I,
ipHARLBS T. GULICK,
AtRNT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEIeiMENTS TO l.ttOR
Or.NF.P.AI. IIUSINESS AGENT.
Office in Maehee's Block at rswne r Queen nn.1 Kaahn.
ti menu streels, Honolulu. e ly
M King Street,
Till, C'ijirr-, (lli.t .Shrrtirni, ll'nrkrr.
Plumbing, (rat fmlne and all work In my line omptly
attended to. Term mihlcrale.
Rememlier the addres, opsnlle the Police Station,
M Kliin atteet. looin
O h LEVEY A CO.,
Wholesale nnil Rrvtnll Groeere,
Fort ttreet, Honolulu.
Fresh gmcerie and provlslont of all kind on hand and
received regularly from liurope and America which
will lie suld at the lowest market rates
Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
Island oriler solicilrd Unit tirnnmt atlnlln.i will 1
given In the same. lll.iy
N KIiir- ttreet,
Dealer In over deaorlptlon of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty.
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C, RREIl'SK & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islam!. i
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. IINF.II'ER if Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Francisco.
CASTLIt sV COOKK, ACHATS.
Incorporated l9;s. i
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insures! against Fire on the most fasorable ternit, l
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Betlln. ,
F. A. SCItAEFKR A- Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, ha established n
General Agency here, and llie undersigned. General
Agent, nrsr authorircl to take risk against the danger
of the Sea at llie most reasonable rate and on the
most favorable terms
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A, SCltAEFKR &. Co., Acini,.
Also agent for the
Dretden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the lfawaii-in Ishnds
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCIIAEFEK & Co., AGK.VTS.
The above Insurance Comnanv ha establish.! a C..n.
era! Agency here, and theabovesigncd. General Agent,
are aullionicil to take Risk against itie danger of the
aeas at tne most reasonable late, and on the most fa
SCHWEIZBRISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
Icherung Getellschaft of Winterthur.
. IhlCKFEUi sV Co., AC.EATS.
Capital of the Company. .,.. ...francs 5,0.10,000,000
The Agent of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands are prepared to insure Uuildings Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also bugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels In llie liarbor, against los
or damage by tire, on the most favorable terms t
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company, (Limited)
TI1F.0. It. DAVIES, AGE AT.
The above agent ha received instructions to re
duce the rates of Jnsurance between Honolulu and
Porl in the Pacific, and i now prepared 10 Issue poll
cie at the lowest rates with a clal reduction on
freight .cr steamers r
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
'. A, SCUAEFEK & Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agent of til
company are lirepatctl to insure risk against fire on
Stone and Llrirk building and oil Mcrcliamlisc stored
therein, on llie most favorable terms For (.articular
apply at their office. 1
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. IIACKFELD 0 Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve Reichunark 8,!)o,ori
" hcir He.lusurance Companies " 3S,ooo,ouo
The Agent of the above Coraiany, for the Hawaiian
Islands are prepared to insure Uuildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also bugar
and Rice Mills and vekvel in the harbur, against lost
or damage by fue, on the most favorable terms 1
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
, IIACKFEI.P & Co., A trait.
Catnlal nml UrnFrvt ... UtetritaniarV lrnnvnA
M their Ke-lrnurai.ee Cuuijatues ' (01,650,11011
Total.,, - , ....aKc!chsiittfk 107,630,000
lii A cent i of i)i aIfovo ComiiJiy. fur lh llawitlun
IsvlirKaf. are prrtarnJ to inturc HuiUJinKn, Furniture.
MrcruDtJtB ami Pnxluce, Machiivery. etc.. Iw bugar
amt Klc Mill, anil veutli litlhc liarbor tualtint lot
or lUmacc by fire, on the mml fAYornUa tcnnnw i
TVTUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1TX or New York.
H ILDKR & Ci AGENTS-
Luryemi, Httfrmt und moat Economical Life
lHuritnci CatHimny in thm World,
CASH ASSETS OVER f9o.00o.0oa
For furl her lnfunialtaii cftiKcrnifiif lh (nTJiunv.
nd fur ralci of lnurmnc apfly Uthm Agcnti. or tu
I t W. I..I.t . ' "
J, b, T HtUamM'n (7UIIVII MlsX 1KH
tumnyqn and proviiioial
HwsrraVl I'll filial .... $11,990,009
Use above Cuiuisuiy Isave now established jui agetvey
..., ."M ... ,.a..u iw ... II.. 11 .Sf
erty U every description within these
J. T, WATKRIIOUSK, Jr.,
T'HE LIVERPOOL ANO LONDON AND
1 dwm Inastraace Cotsspaay,
MSHOl'fr Co., AGENTS.
lnrlmii'tsl lJmmUUm Iu JMtseaAoMera.
Astvets... ., .......... ..srti,)a,tc
Eaatvnra.. .., ....... ,,,,,, ,.,, , tcavAsvaa
inioui ma trt
Pretalinai ractvltast attto tlaclsictlan of ta-
. ... -. . ,, . ,fcvMva
LotAwt tesasstcly ajfssqed aual paul here. t
NKW INCLAMO MUTUAL LIFE IH8UE.
tv sssjaAA aaaammmaaXamami Mm sesAssss
CASTIM A CQOKK, AGtNTS.
TtW tMfwi iMw' tfaTcasw Life
Cwfisf m ma UaHtstS
BTmatrntmamm) svtsMMstrf M mmimmmmi ftaflaSeMatlfa VaM
IAMM. V9 avawWTVI H4 I
BBBawaWmrmi WjB a mmafWmMmmm BBw p9lB
M mlwmmmF jm&E&w zZ3m7Tli
It W, SEVERANCE,
jiS California St., Cai., (Room Nu. 4 )
ii.tnAii.ix voxtwi. ,f aiii.Hi.iiwx
ARNDEN ft Co,
t& iia.MAtKRTSr. San Francisco.
mix 1:11.1 1. vvitrii.t.iiMi AiiKXT.iAxn
Vnmmlaalnn .Mrrrhiinta, 1
pRANK II. AUSTIN A Co.,
Omcit Na w California Srxtrr, S. F.,
C03I3IIS.1IOX AIIK.TH ,t roKtr.titit.
Consignment from the Hawaiian Island iteslrnl,
ITie tssstjnlcewarranled and wales guaranlersl 4
rHAtL.rt; nnnwiio , r
; Knar Strrrt, Huston,
AIIKXT.1 Of IIAIIAIIAX VAHKKTH,
(Irnrrnl Vnmmlaalun Aurnta.
SlSSf- I Al-sl Irtn nl an l.lL. ... t. . . f - 1 I . " . -.
-I..' "'""""" llr, "" ": 1MII Vilest 111 II CI KUUUt IOT
lltM llessat.ssl...la L..I.I . sl . 7. "
...-. ..en,.,,, iiHtir, r itikm. ni iuwci raiciu
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
lts,oi Pivno! l, Organ tare half; buy of the
manufactliier! from Jij to liooi cash, rent,
or Inslallmenl catalogue free.
ANTISKI.I- rrriM St.tkl .n.l ..,u.ll s. -..
. ,,p .v...,, -.B.B..a mac B vise. bni R; lt-
Fur country merchant and mining cotnsanie and gen-
... vmiision .sierciiani. insurance ellecte.1 In
good conijianlc at lowest rales
Offlrr -111.1 Front Slrerl, Mini Frnnrlarn, Cnl.
DALMER ft REV,
SCOTCH TYPE FOtTNDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry ami
Printer' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
05 and 107 Leldetdorff and
59 Commercial ttreett,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
We leep oil hand the largest Moclc of American Fancy
ir ; .eps uii mis cskssi, logeuier wun a
most complrie tiotk of Miller & Rich.
ard'a Scotch Type ; an.) can
furnish, at short notice.
Anything in this Prlnter'a line,
from a llodlln ton Cslinder Press We have a large
lock of new and second hand Priming Presses (
an make anu ie. vve are sole agent for
CampbeiraCthnder Presses Coltrell and
lblicock Ireste: nlo Peerless, Clip.
er. Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HANI) PRESSES;
new ltastersteam engines, vshichare just the thing for
iximcrs, tuciK ssaier aioierx, urm raner l.ullers
and a full line of banborn't buokbindela'
OUR FIDKI.ITY KOI.I.KR COMPOSITION
and Peerless Priming Ink are considered the best in
use. nave you uscl our reelection plateal
Theyiave editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore save money,
TSF.NU FOR OUR CATALOGUK,
REMKMbEk No house on llii coast can compete with
M. ... IU.(1. r U. JUU.IS.
Chicago office ryS Monroe ttreet.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT ANU AGKNCV
On First cla ccurilie, for long or sliort rwriod.
Apply to W. L, GRKKN, Managern e.
Office Queen Street, over G. W. Macfarlane tk. C...-8(l
-XTAILUKU P01 FACTORY,
Waiiuku, Maui, II, I.,
r Quality of fatal Manufarlurrtl Can-
alanlly. All orderr. filled with ilispatch.
H. H. Bailey.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. a. WALI.KK, l-roprlrlor,
rRIME MEATS, PORK and VtlAL, ON HA.ND
AND FOR SALE DAILV, between the
hour of 5 until 11 a. m. and a p. m.
N. II. Customer calling .1 ik. Sl.rlr ... 1 .....
psltci aftcrriooiii. if sa dtnirrd.
Ten-phone No. mfi, , ioo-vr
'Hit uibscTiUni, naiiing their rvwut .paca totally in-
usstisuatw iV i.ry wi ntcir largi ly uicrca ung
Uiun. fuuiwi H rKteuiry la cnUrjn
tlwir .Store, in order la faci.lut
w- the ftltowinc of tu tin
U-ctiwj Ktutk of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Spclial allemlon It called to the following
sm, fcjpshibilt now on hand Ja
NKW PARAGON RANGES,
, ARMV RANGES
Suitable foe llar.lslion use, the celebrated "NIMBLE
STOVE- awl bAiV MAV RANGE.
let in brick, with hot water attachment t Copper lu
rs, ,1 every description, wade u order I Iron
Piping-all 1Lee4 Pipe, Iron and
Bias Coca and itliugt also
A smw tU esf aWwlgta. Mmmr.
It Is rut necessary le-.nuinerai our stock of TIN.
vvike., at we are Isrelswesl to tupuy every
ankle in the irade, aiid T PRICKS
10 SUIT THE TIMES.
E. a. Co. shank their pstliunt f. the liberal Mppott
acccedad tlscM during ike past four years and at Ik
tame I Una would Mai thai ihey are now la a IcMer
posillun thaii erel to evectsle order la tisesr lute csf trad.
Order fruat the other Island MieJ and (eossptly
o. astsuaa ioir a. ruuslvtii
T RAD THISI
THISI THE UNDEK1UGNEU IIAV,
basic tctlsjq laaaicevesaanl In the
seat taiil Oanssfsmfusv at fktes assst Alt -
ts,ojcas atsU, tTista a r ililirttli ( tl
feel, l waefct to geaeaxee aM vwat) RyiswastiaBca.
Adaa E. Oaaaty. I
JWrWLII' ITBAMAHO VACUUM
C. BKUWMK , 4CMNTS.
FiMtssasaivsva. a ess., aacl tvMsUte ttiakjaf kW
omuiS$mrmm,Jam ifcistecj imAjaTwm.
swesss sswswes, BR IsssRCRIsswesj SEsaca let rat SVSBSBT aasS I I I masts. . " -- .
AT THE Ol.li STAND. NUMI1ER KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
I'LUMMNCi IN AM ITS IIUANCIIia.
Artesliui Well Pipe-all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip top, Palace,
Hora, Mty, Contest, Grand Prlre, New Rival,'
Opera, Deihy, Wren, Holly, Gyiy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Range, Magna Cham,
llutk, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, IUIIpse, Charter Oak,
Ntmblc, Inwood and
OALVANIZI'.II IRON and" COPPER IlOILERS
I0R RANGF.S, (IKANITn IRON WARE,
NICKEL PI.VTKI) ANU PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron '
Lead Soil Pipe.
SHonte rnrntshlncr Goods, aU kinds.
All lire and gtades. Lift ami Force Pumps Cistern
I'umps, Galvnntred Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet l.cad, Least Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, Marble slab
and bowl, enameled
wasltHilandt, ,, u '""
$y "i$ 1
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS,
X BARK KALAKAUA
AND HAKENTINR ELLA,
Golden QuUt Extra Family gssstt
l-ase iikawh, case I1ACON,
Cases WIIIITAKER blAk HAMS,
l .. s. A. Eh OF IIAV, AC, C
Just to hand, and for sale by
"" ROLLE8 A CO.
OTICE TO THB PUBLIC
Just arrived by Laikenline Ella, from San Frandsco
31 MULES, it,
a CARRIAOn HORSES,
3 CARRIAGE MARES,
I Vl'.RV FINE STALLION
One very- fine 'nujouclibred IIUI.U 1 years old ! one .
tailing HULL, lulf Jersey and half Durham I one
n. rril. SHI I'll Ifny (..If I...... I ..I.W..
ham, and one very fine DURHAM COW. all or whirl,
are fur tale.
Ani.lv tiersnnaltv lis nu. ir !. -,t .V.mi.1. It rs
llo ill. Honolulu. I. N. WufllllT
XT EW SHOP AT
3 King ttreet,
AUeluntltJilnsr tsntl Ottxrlast
T. I). MURRAY, Mtnager.:
Horse iomplly shod. In the last manner j Carriage
I.......... uj ssMi.iKiciis wofKuicn. I ry CnlF new
shop, two thiol from Maunakea ftlicet,
IIH STATE INVESTMENT
Flrtv austl BCEtriaa lauttrttatM Ca-iyy
Having etuUlshed an agency here, the uulertagned e
- .atuhorlted to accept risk RgalnM ,
Firi on lluiibiNtw,
Marlao KlAi an IVii, Cmrroet, Mmaamjlu, KW, y
IlULSS ttfAISllrft(,SlllMt ...t (dw.tj. Iu.. -- .l
liUraL (in) K. W. iJelNK.
-pHE PACIFIC MUTUAL
Ikslr to, tall lb )stilcular atiustloa of ever ybotly U
lONTINi; INVKSIMENT TOLICIEg,
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