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THUS, ( TIIHUM, 1'iibllsliar And Proprletm.
It, C DARK l the nitty oiithniUe.l ant for
Hie "PIlil.H.S In !ln I'lanclten.
Ptitillcatlon nffiot U l A Kaahiimanit alien 11,1
lloilal innmt l A Mrirhant licet.
FRESH AR FUND ENTERPRISE!
)., POOR Mill DxrN'i VACATION.
in Mleelnc arlll, tn l,l,li rhaetfntlrilre
'Pri "' "' '"I " Plnt l lli lt meeting of
ll.e Mission I t.lMren'a Society
''And Jeeiu railed a little e,l,l uhlo Mm, ami set
Mm In ll, mtilit M" them,"
ll l, tlimlillcM, line lliil Ihc mmiiHi nrnl
wfTciliiits of mi million of "llic ,;ic.il hit-
iimnlly vtlilch. liralu In life titling (lie ninny
liccl"if ai;cnmlctonitcil cities ttiticlt tlir
licsrt of oiii comKiMl(nale lUilcctncr Imlf so
ilrcply n ilo Ihutc of helpless clillilnl-ini!
llic gcnllc licnilcit man or woman lm, In llic
lovlnc spirit of llic Mailer, (;. tlowii Into llic
ilcptlis or lpiomncc, ilq;iAil,illon anil misery,
In which multiliulcs even In CliilMbn limli,
may lo-tlny lie fminil,
"Children with pale and tunVrn faces,
And Inula thai r uil In see,"
And llfli them up ever mi little Into llic sun.
IIrIiI of ('.mi's caith, anil Into tlic sunlight of
lili love, tlocs rt mo Chrittlikc service a
service, in.lrctl, Iht most ChrUt.llkc In
vthlcli lie or he eoiiM xill,y cngtiKc.
To very few lalwterj in the Imh' vlncjanl,
Is It probable that so rich n mceil of praise will
Ik: accorded in the (Trent Day of llccomnenvc. or
so lirli-.lil n crown be riven m tn Min nitmil ,r
a. .. .. -' -
" llie ircslt Air I'lind iinlcrtaUni, Ihc Krv.
It was on n .Sililinth mornlni; in June, 1877,
that thli noble phllanlhtunist "set the ball In
motion," ns lie chataclcilml ll, by pleaching a
sermon, in his small rounlry church ntnoni; the
picturesque lull or eastern Pcnnsvlvanla, tak.
Ing for Ids text the precious wouls of Jesus,
"Inasmuch as )c havS done it unto one of the
least of these, )c have done it unto me."
Using this passage as n bugle-cnll, he iirgeil
his people with great eloquence and earnestness
to "lend a hand" in the prosecution of the
work of love which his generous nature hid
prompted him to undertake, and which he was
determined lo carry forward.
Many of his hearers had already been in
formed how the blessed dream of what he and
his people might accomplish for the little waifs
of huminily, In distant cities, had come to
him one lonclycvcning in the latter part of the
preceding summer, as he was driving alone
over the hills which surrounded his pleasant
home. It was twilight in the vale licncath,
but Uic slanting rays of the setting sun were
resting on every cojwc mid thicket, and climb
ing vine along the hiiUops, and irradiiting
them all with golden light. Some of the
trees in the distance had already put on their
gay autumnal rolics, and as he looked out over
the broad landscape, with the white roofo of
the village glimmering liclow, the charming
view so delighted him that he checked his
horse and paused to enjoy it before the sun
should disappear in the west. It was at this
supreme moment that the heaven-sent thought
entered his soul, "Oh, that others, the outcast
and forlorn, the jwor and the sickly, especially
the ehilJnn of our metropolis, might enjoy
such sights occasionally, and drink in such
mountain air." His thought was, in the lan
guage of George McDonald, " If I can put one
touch of a rosy sunset into the life of any hu
man being, I shall feel that I have worked
"Wc will have something done about it next
summer," said the good young man to himself,
as he drove homeward, and for one of his
earnest nature thus to purpose was equivalent
to the accomplishment of the deed.
In writing to (a friend at the close of the
Sabbath on which his sermon on the subject
had been preached, he remarks : " I made the
practical bearing or my words the bringing out
into our homes some of the waifs and outcasts
from the city. One man stopped on his way
home to say tliat he would take four ; In an
other house there is a call for a mother and
baby, and so on through the town. The enthu
siasm and response of my people have de
lighted me. I shall try for a pass over the
road, to go back and forth with the children
myself. Some good angci whisper in tin car
of a little one that I am coming. Tell a tired
mother that there is life for her child in the
fresh country air."
And so was inaugurated the beautiful and
Chrisldike charity from which, as from some
beneficent rim, innumerable blessings have
flowed to thousands of needy and suffering
In due lime' the railroad pass was secured,
with quarter fares for the children, and Mr.
Parsons, with a heart full of rejoicing, was on
his way from New York, attended by a band
of nine boys and girls, all of them thin and
pinched, and prematurely old. Some were
crippled, some suffering from lung diseases, and
all vsetc enfeebled from lack of food and oilier
comforts. That railway journey of two hun
dred miles mult have been rather a tr)ing one
to the bachelor-minister, who liad heretofore
had no experience in taking the role of num-ry
The postal cards sent lack to his New York
coadjutors, as he traveled onward, weic lth
amusing and pathetic. "No more trouble," so
he writes, "wilh lunch packages the contents
are nearly used up. Onq e) e lias been treated
for cinders. Train-boy lias inquired if these
ate all my family."
The next postal card reads 1 "My vuungest
b vslec; crackers almost gone; the K, boys
cat all the time. Willie has sat all day looking
out of the window, without speaking j he is
v ervwtnlly Unnung it In." As the toilsome
nay drew to a close, lie wrotei "If any one
thinks I have had an easy time of it, let him
try it, Tie children ate very tired, but have
' borne the journey better than I feared."
Three of the nine children little Joe, a
ktJpUu cripple, with his brother Henry, ami
Goorgc, an orphan boy weic retained in Mr,
faftou' bouse during the fortnight's stay, and
ia wrltisvg of his visitors the w arm-hcaitrd nun
itaasirksi "I am sure I am having the bot of
it w,fnM I an, I think, getting moic than my
taWc of the good. 1 read to them
lut igbl in St, tiuhtlaX) and then how we
Magi They art: the most delightful guests I
ttr Iu4 in my house," Little Joe, at he
in the nw of hi kind host, must have
aaiiu like poor vagabond Joe, in "Weak
, vma ue itua ne Ma louna "a menu
vm wary good to him."
' TJm Mule party rewsliwd but two weeks
Maawtaf lite Uati but which bad awarded
mtk tyanMat rawtw, Us loog enough,
by lints muting In nmlnM with Imumi lender
nr, lo iindfiMand Mtmttlilngnflliv artinra
f Ih divine lorr wltlrli htrsod&l om litem,
It would Ix-nn lotiaji-r nlble for tliMit to any,
In liltltin("M of apitll, n In Mil. IlitmnliigVi
"Cry of thr Children"
" VI,Mi waanli aUh, il,a mimn hwihim nnr m,
iVjm !, Iinnlnit Hot, urn tmi enl
li It tftaly 0l, will, Mjh alnffliii hml Mm,
IlMtti mir whm-W nr twMtit
If If hMnt 11. I In miM Mir ly
II 11. I,
An, Mi.nifift .Um . Mrt wfttM vwy tiir-ly
'torn ami ii ih me, my MM,
'Ihc Inleiest felt by Mi. Parsons' tl)mncr
In the roinlng of Ihc scoiml Invlrtlliiiriit ol
chlMten was more enlhuslailic, If Kvlblc,
than at first, lie hvd gathcied In seventeen
clilldien now, neatly all of whom weie Inva
lld much saddci looking gtnttp linn the
Utile band of nine -and nlwmt nt lltlcn and
silent as so many deaf and dumb children.
One was a ilwaif of leu )ciis of age, but ap
patently not ovci four nimihcr, a girl of
twelve, looked like an old wotnin, she was so
rinsclaleil Ihioughataivallonaiid ill ticatmcnl,
On smvll Iniy, like little Johmir Tetlcilir. In
llickcni, liail been so sacilllcrd lo n Moloch of
a btby that he was cruelly deformed with
splnil disease. A second lieavy-evcil, weary.
looking lad hid Iwcti kept at wotk, ten limits
n day, at putting together the patts of toy tin
candlcvllcks, nt Ihc rate of 150 for a cent, earn
ing nt this wotk less than n dollar a week. In
his eves, surely, "smiles had found 110 linn, for
growing," and, wilh his sad-fued companions,
he must have fell like echoing Ihc plaint of the
factory 'children, when they cried
" WV ara weary, Vfty wrAfV,
Ami wa lannot run or leap.
If iracarttl fur any incailowa.tt wrra merely
1 a ilrop (town In them ami aleep.
Ourdnera trrmlilimorely In tli Miuilng,
a fall iiKHiottr facat, lrInjr to tfu;
Ami, unilernealh our heavy erll,lt ilrnn,ne,
Ih rulileit flower ouM louk at pile anow,"
Of thlt biml of worn and weary ones, Mr.
Parsons writes 1 "I could scatccly keep back
my Icars as I garcd at the forlorn little creatures,
They all looked ns though it were to be a
funeral Instead of a goo.1 lime. None of them
seemed to have much faith in humanity. I
did not hear n Jovous, hearty laugh nil day.
Their faces must lie less ciichoiii when they
go-kick, and I hope to teach them how lo
Thcii sympithiring friend not only taught
tnem how to laugh, and gaily, too, before their
short vacation came to an end, but he taught
them how to sing, also, so that as they drew
near the city, on their return, they sang for an
hour ns joyously as larks, and everybody on
the train livtcflcd.
It was n happy coming home; the eyes of
the children fairly shone, and "their checks
had grown both rounded and browned." Kach
had a bag, or Ixix.or parcel, in which were nuts,
fruits and eggs, beside green leaves and How cm,
which they were carrying to their homes with
as much exultation ns the Israclitlvh spies Iwrc
homeward from the land of promise the
splendid grapes of Uschol. Speaking of their
arrival at New York, Mr. Parsons say;:
"They went out men and women they have
come back little children. That tells the
One trip more brought the summer's work
to a close. This time there was a group of
more than thirty, most of whom were little
girls between twelve and four. Of several of
them, who were for a time entertained at the
parsonage, Mr. Parsons wrote! "Wc did
everything wc could think of to have an en
joyable time, and played heaps of games that
had been left out of my early education. The
W's are simply sweet children, beautiful ones.
Hut I will not try to make out one more inter
esting than the others. I do believe they all
have a corner in my bachelor heart. It has
been taken by storm."
Whcnthelast happy lot returned, people came
into the cars at all the stations to see the chil
dren, and every one was interested. Their
story had liecn heard along the whole route,
and its sweetness had touched every heart.
During this first summer sixty individuals,
mostly children, were favored with a visit to
pleasant country homes, and were so happy
that each one felt like echoing the w ords of one
enthusiastic lxy who declared to his kind en
tertainer that he wished every week of his stay
had been made up of one hundred days.
The succeeding jear this large-hearted man
laid aside his pastoral charge for the summer
and escorted more than a thousand little un
fortunates to the green fields and back again.
Most of them were quite transformed by the
visit the haggard, careworn little faces had
acquired such a glow of health and happiness
that the casual observer would hardly have
During the summer of '79 the doors of nine
hundred country households, on hospitable
deeds intent, were opened to receive the for
lorn and destitute little city visitors, until
double the number of the previous year were
treated to a glad holiday amidst grassy meads
and babbling brooks. To many of them who
had never passed a day away from the noisome
alleys and dismal tenement houses of the city,
the phenomena of nature were ail very won
derful, and more questions were propounded
by the v oung strangers in a single hour than
could ever be satisfactorily answ cred. Their
eyes had never before rested on a green field,
and "they liardly knew a daisy from an
oak tree," hence their quaint remarks concern
ing the objects, new and strange, which they
beheld on every side were very diverting. "0
look," cried one small giil, "there are apples
on trees." She had never before seen them,
except on standi at street corners, or in a
barrel at grocery stores. One boy naively re
marked that those which grew in barrels were
belter, for he hid once eaten sonic from trec
which were very sour. Some of the children
spoke of going out " to catch raspberries," as
though the raspberries had been a species of
buttetllyj and one little gill took tioiatobugs
to be a kind of small fruit. A bright lad, with
a taste for natural history, wrote to his city
friends that he had found some big Hies, but
they were all full of needles I Another, in
looking fiom the window in the sarly morning
and seeing the dew I) ing thick on the glass,
inquired withcarnotncM, "Who's been water
ing those plants In the nighi?" "Whatilid
you pay for that field of flowers?" asked a
third youthful visitor, luinling to a lulch of
dailies near the house. One dear little giil
six years old had never seen a lawn, and
liaidty knew grass from flow as. The ilay
after her arrival she went out Into the yard
lime after time and lay down with her check
pressed against the velvety sward, after which
site would pull up a handful of the grass and
hug it as though it were a pirdous treasure.
In l&Jothc work may be said lo have begun
itself. Contributions solicited In the previous
year in the columns of the New York. Setting
IW poured In freely, and Mr. l"aront havini;
accepted the orfcr of an editorial o!ton ujwn
inat paper, iwiuctl In the metropolis and de
COTIiUU OH rOVfcTH fAGC
Honolulu, r-r, i,, Saturday, January 13. i8S3.
nit i.a tiux
Hurvoynr mid Olvll i: 11 it I tinnr,
A.l,l.fa, IIONOt.UMI 1'n.l.nw. iM.Ama
irlI.I.IAM O, SMITH,
ATIOHXIIV AT l',
I j Mm imnt Knitter, HnHmioi',
I M DAVIDSON,
Nn, 14 Miitliant Jilif !, Honolulu,
XT H. CAHTI.lt,
An,l Notary I'ul.li,, Allmlt all Ida Cmiin t,f Ih
M l'nT Imur, llnnoii tu, 1
.1 1 mit.vnvj 1 ojr.vsnu.on A r i,.i ;
pjltll. CUMMIHOS ft MAItTIH
OmrR uiarimt I'oar and Hmiitani Sra.,
HiriHI HO.VM .1, IIIIIIIHH.I III IV I'll I'm
()lWc I Inurs-UiUll a A. t,, n, fri.ni i-j artl 6; fr-lt r.M.
rNO. A. IIASSINOIIH,
iNramoti Ornef, llnttoLtiiit,
.niH.vr nt t.i hi: avkowu:iuh-
Itlfnlt In ,') ml. fnr iMlmv, 1
TNO, S. McORIlW, M, 1),
J I'll vnmi. 1. v iimi MirmiHo.v,
lloltl itrctt, Utween I'mt ami Alikca atlcctt.
nfrica Mount 1
from 7 to 10 . m 1 1 lo , ami 0 to 8 p. m.
'"6tf Tele plionc Nn. 164,
JOHN II, PATY,
IIonoiulo, Oaiii;, II, I.,
xor.i nr ririti.m.ti comjii.iiio.vhh
For tin Stntet of Cnlifurn! l ami New Vwk, Offict
al tin llanlmf llnhop ft Co. 1
C M. CAHTHR,
llnNomu, II I,,
AunsTTii t.i m: acksou i.r.iuu:-
tiirnti lii Vimiriirt In lihnr.
OITicnt I'aelfic MaH Slnimlilp Dock, i:,linnl. 15
T M. WHITNEY MyarDTBTs!
IIONOtULlI, II, l
ItH.VTAI. HOOU.S OX I'OliTHTHHI'.r.
OftVe In llrewer'a lllock, corner Hotel nml run
Slrcrlt, entrance uli Hotel Street 1
JWT IIAGAN, M. D
IIOHOI.IILU, II, I,,
I'ltr.iiai.tx AXD svinnox. orrjvi:
inn I'm 1 .sirrrt.
Oirice liourl 1 from 10 to lit, m, nml 3 lo j p. m
KetMcntc lof Nliunnu blrcct. 40
U. BMURSON, M. D.
Honoluiu, II, I,,
pirrswtAX axi sinuu:ox,
TttLKrllONK Nusiokh 149.
Office lioitri from 8 to to)4 .1. m.; 1 U tn jji p. m.
Office anil residence number a, Kiikul street,
corner Fort street. ti
84 King street,
I'll A CT1 ft I . II-1 TCIIM. I KM!,
An,l Importer of Amerienntwetrv nf .vm ilartr..
linn. .r,ir,,,.rl. nl li,ni.v l-l .r...l. .
.... . w.-.y.,, v. .,. . lomiv, liliui llld, 5,
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
vri oiiiubi, IU"UI.Vl.D 41 I ,
IMVOIITHH AXlt OKA I.Kit IX (IKX-
mil Mrirliiliullnr. ,
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
NUUANO STKtET, HONOLULU.,
IMI'OltTKItS AXlt C'OMMJS.HIOX Jflilt-
dm nt h. iq
jWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Tort Strebt. IIonolulv,
fASIIJOXAlILK IlltKSS AXlt VI.OAH
M, G. IRWIN ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sun .1 it r.iaroits axu vommishiox
WM. C IRWIN.
" BREWER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Sllll'l'IXa AXlt COMMISStOX MKH-
II. A. p. CARTER. I p. C, JONES, Jr.
T-yLLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
IMI'OltTKItS AXlt im.tr.Kiis IXUAltU-
iritrr. Cillery, Tunis,
1'alnnand Oils, and General Mercliandie.
A W. PIERCE ft Co,
Honolulu, II. I.,
SltlK VII AXlt u' Its AXlt COMM1SSIOX
Agcnta for Brand's Guns and IJomb Lances and Pcr
ry Davit' I'ain Killer. . i
T AINE ft Cod
Honolulu, II, I.
COMMJSSIOX MKItCUAXTS IMI'Olt-
trrm anil llrntrrM rjj
Hay, Grain and General lroducc t
No. 90 Merchant .Street, Honolulu, II. 1.,
JMl'OUTKIt.S OF OKXKH.ir. MKIICIIAX-
ttlte from t'runre, Knylnmt,
Germany and llw United States. t
no and 118 California Street, S F
WHOLES A I.K OKOVKItS.
Particular attention paid 10 nllini; and thinpln la
and orders. .
T OUIS ADLER,
Nuuukk ij Nuuanu Street.
MAXVrAVTVltKH AXlt 111: A IA.lt IX
JI00I1 nml ShurM t,f rrrru HrMerlplluH,
Indict' and auUrcn'a wear, My uovk it worthy uf
inspection. IVicct very low, i
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
io and 104 Fort Street,
I'HOTOailAI'llta A UT1HTS.
I'lcturrtiif all aires and kinds nude to order, and
frames uf all decripttonfc conktantly on hand. Alto
Coral., Shtlla and Curiusiliea uf Ilia Pacific. a
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II, I.,
Itralrrt lit I.MiHhrr unit, ill klmU of IIiiiM-
liin MnlrrlnU, I'nlnli, Oil, ,V,,lli, tic,
Ascntt uf tctiuoiM:ra
HalcakaU, Kulamaau, Ktkauluohl, Mary EUen,
, UUama, P.uahl aod Leail.
Al UoUnson'a VV harf.
THEO. II. DAVIES ft Co.,
(IjTk Janion, Greieii ft Co.)
IMHOItTKIt, COM.UIS1IOX MHItCIIAXl
uihI Auil fur
Lloyd's tad tb Liverpool Underwriters.
Urltlth and Foreign Maitna Insuriact Company,
And Northern Attutauct Couipauy.
"j B. SILLOWAY,
J No. JO KlkC SrREET,
H. ill It UK mill UAItXKSS MAKKH,
Metlcan Ntddle nuking a leading: Una.
All Vindt uf Kfl'AIKlMO DO.NK It) 0K1IEK.
l1ikeaaaceetUni;ly moderate. 119.31a
S. PKATT A CO,
.ItirlfoHMra unit CommtluH Mrrthattlt,
Qlmii Street (llcaur lsk), Honolulu.
Siucxlal atlaoltott gltta la the ubuf Kcal and Fir.
aVay AJyantxa truiia on Cmuigmnntt.tta it
-pHOMAS SORENSON. ,
ajf CarytHltr, yr Muktr dhU Cuulktr,
No. 9 Qceen S rT (bckw lluiwlulu Iron War la)
Spars, Ckk l-Uuk, Ship Kntu, Oukuai, It It, Cuu(r
Butts, and Sftaalhim Metal cmiuantly on hand.
ttt rkui ruVts rtuiSs u unit and yitewi ia iMattwa
pi), C. KOWH,
iiihwi: ami hhi.v r.ii.vritu,
l'AM lUtrnaa, tie,
117 Kin atttft, llmmlulu
r rtwun.1 a cooKn,
fditi ui 10 t.awtat A Dimmit,)
nii'imritiiH Axn dhai.hhh ix i.ini.
hrr unit ,,ll hlmtt ., Ihillillnif .Uiiln Int.,
'!",L'r'.','Ji,?I")l","' lb I' I
7 O, HAM. ft SON,
(.'nana I'nirr nn Kino Srsmtts,
mi'imrr.iti, iii;a 1,1:111 ix iiaiiii.
Ifirr, Urn tl,); I'nlnli,
Oilt and (Itimal Mtriliaii,II ,
U W McCIIKHNKY ft SON,
1.H.1 riir.it, iiinr.s, r.ii.1.011; axi
A!k!!"'"' lXt'vC,""'n K"- '?
Q C, COLUMAN,
Honolulu, II. I,
lll.AVHHMlril, M.UHIIXIHT, HAH.
rlnir llnrh, limn Hlmi-liiti,
I'laiilAtlnn Machinery, tie- Fthn., ,. Sf ln .l.i
No. a Kaaliiimanii street,
Tin, Copper nml Shunt Iron Workeir,
SIOVI.S AND ItANOLH,
of all llndt. I'lumlitrV stock nn, metalt, Iioum furnMi.
Ir.'' t"JI"lelier, llm, etc.
T M, OAT ft Co.
.Howoluiu, II. I,,
HAIlrMAKKIU. rt.AOS or AT.T. UK.
trrliiltinin i, mil,-nml rr)tli;,l.
nI a,,!, Co"v' Mw r'" ,,roof u,ll,Iin' tMt
HONOLULO, II, I,
I'lOXKKIt HTHAM OAXltr MASVfAV.
turn nml llnl.irj).
rraclienl 0,i,f.lbner. I'attry Cck nn.l llak.r.
Numocrji Hotel street. Utween Fi ,i M..;
r P.NOLINO-& Co.,
No. 5 NuiMNU STBKKr,
TlXSMirtlH AXll I'lAIMHKHS, IIKAI.-
rri In More-, Itiinyrn, Tin,
1 " !"', U,?n anA toi" Ware; keep cwwantly
luta n fiillnitwtmem uf'linware, Onlvanucl Ironi
lail I'hk-, Inilq KuhUr How, etc., etc i
J W. OIRVIN,
WAiMncv, Mavi, II. I
COUMI.SStOX MI'.liailAXT AXtt IIHX-
rrnt Driller In Urn Oiioiln,
CrKiiln, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
I'cifunierynnd (ILiuware. ,
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
IIonoivli;, II. I.,
srKAM K.varxKs, Tlotuuts, hvoaii
Mllla, t'onlrm, run. Urn
And LeaJ Camlni-L Mnrhinrrv nrw..u .1...:.:
inldc lo order. I'arlicu ar allcnlinn imi.l l, Kl,-
Illacktmillnnff. Job work cieeuted on llie ahorleil no-
T II. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Strret, Honolulu, II. I.,
WATCH AXJ) CLOCK MAKUll,
Jtt'jmfi'iiiff a Specialty.
g H- MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Number it Nuuanu Street,
TAiLonrxa ov jimnr in:
Hci'ljttlon ilone to order.
Men's, boys' and youths' work. (
Number 64 Hotel Street,
MKALS SHU Villi AT ALL.
hours of the tiny,
Sliccial terms for regular boarders. The. only suita
ble private room In town for Indies.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
-p II. NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 Maunakea Street,
Horn l,ilna, Shoe rrmurril mul all k tints
"f lllilrhmiltth ll'urkilune loonier.
Carriage making ami repairing done by compettnt
workmen. The best horte.ihorr in th rnnnin, .wt.
at this place. lot-qr
Crater or Kilauea.
IP. 11. LKXIZ, MA .V.I tl Kit.
isitors renuinng any unusual doplay of volcanic ac
tjon will kindly give the Manaeer at least ten days no
tice In line weather, and from eleven to thirteen in fuuL
Plenty to eat, a routing fire, dean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. t
-v E. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dealer in
ruitxiTiiuK oFErmtr uksciiivtion
Also t'i,lioltlerer ,tn,t Manufarturrr.
v...:...M w xT . t? . .. . ... ,
. u.,,u,i, ,,d,v,uuiti .-.u. igvrvosirecL v.otk.
shop at old stand on Hotel Street, All orders promptly
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
Importers and Dealers in
1100TX, shoes, riritsisiiiso goods,
Han, CaiM, Trunk; I'nUtet,
Perfutnervaml CLvinc. VV'sttViAm VV'airh tin t.-
''!Xr CIf:' '."' of Forl nd Merchant streets. Hon
olulu. II. I. ,
"pHOS. G. THRUM,
Importing and MANurACTURtNO
STATIOXKIt, XKIIH AOKXT, I'ltlXTKlt,
And nubluJlCr Of the SatOROSV Plrrcs n.t 7.tnj.7.
"AmmuieaxJAumMat, Merchant street, Ieal.
er in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
OSEPH E. WISEMAY
Honolulu, II. I,,
ItK.I I. KSTATK HltOKHIt A XII KMI'LOY-
'l1. 'Sou."'. Cottages, I louses, and wlls and leases
Real r.slata in all tuns of iha slinp.t.-tm S'nir.l..vn..n,
found for those seeking work in all the various branches
of business connected with these Islands. Legal docu.
tnents drawn. Hills Collected, llooks and Accounts kcl
and general oflke work transacted, patronage solicited.
Coiutulsons moderate. u
Q W. MACPARLANE ft Co.
Queen SrRRET, Honolulu, It. I,
InifMrtrr anil t'o,,i,l.,t .HrrrkilHls.
Itublntan'M t'lre-firmtf Hutlitlna.
pie Glasgow and Honolulu Lino of Packets
Vi.hu.!!rT C?U Llrerpool Lino of Packets
The Waikapu Plantation
The. Spencer Plantation, HUo
llakalau I'Untstlou. HUo
"J'1' T1!. Watton. Sugar Machlnary
The Puuloa Sheep Kanch Compaiiy
A L, SMITH,
IMPORTS!! AND DEALER IN
UlASXtrAltK, MKItlllKX HlLfKlt Vli-
, ''' " "r HriiekelM, I'uaea,
King Combination. Snecuulea and tyegUsxs,
.Uslral Wire Wan. Fn.-v S.fn IHn.,.. V.,... 1.:.'
tuls, VV'tMienholm'a Pocket CulUty, lewder. Shot and
rvumauiinn, luil'i boul Cotion, Machine Oil. all
luv.1, of Machine Needles. "Ikmiemc" Paper Fashions,
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
L,lgut-Kunnlnr UomestIC Sewtac Machia.
No 44 Port street Hoaolulsi.
(SHOP ft Lo.
Honolulu, It, I.,
Draw Eiib.ii,,-. 0.1 iU RANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Praucuco, and Uwli aginia Ui
JIKSSKS. M. M. KOTIISCHILD SONS. Londua.
The ORIENTAL BANK COItPOtUTrON at
Looaou, aoid thaw Lnwchea in
AIW InUaMCt k ttUMaWl KlWlUaU ByttfeL al
'ajwiii. - -.'..r.1 .:-
II M. MtlHTYRK ft IIHOTIIKK,
Oit, Kino ahu 1 mr Hr ,, Monoi4)Lu,
U HACKI'm.Dft Co,
'Jt'faN llraiar, llmoiuiu, II ,
II KX Hit A I. Ill U.UINHIOX Alll'.Xr. 1
gw.'iioi'rscTILAironii & Co.
Honolilii, Oanv, II. I ,
lMI'OllTHItH AXD HOU.H II1WX MI'.U.
P A. SCIIARI'ntt A Co.
llllNHIUI.e, IUwaimn llUNM,
i.uroiti 1:11,1 ,i,vii houmiuhiox Mi'.n.
lXriLDKR ft Co.
Cos IVnr Ann l)iirx Hit., Honolui u.
i,if Miir.n. i'ai.vth, oii.h,
nml Unit, III,, 1 Mnlrrlnlmiif rr
frtfl hhlii. I
P V, ADAMU,
t OD"kSimt-, llomuuiv,
.1 initios r.Htt a xn com mi in my unit.
A S, CLKGH0KN ft Co.
iMroarnai anii Iikai in
OHXI'.IU I, MI'.IIOIIAXDIHi:,
Corner (jueni ami Kajlmmaim Sireeti, llonoluln.
DOLLES ft Co. '
Qirrk Street, Hon'olvlu, If. I,,
Hit IV VIIAXIII.HItl AXll VOMMISHIOX
Imiotlers and Dealer In General Merchandise. 1
TNO. II, DROWN,
IOJ IllETANIA STREtT,
iXHVKVToit or unroiirs axu
Orders enn l Itft at the I'ollui Station.
TUT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
MaKS-e's IlLfJCK, fJURRN STREET,
IMI'OltTKItS AXll WIIOI.KSAI.H UKAIr-
rrt In Ornrrnl Mrrrl,nn,ll,r. ,
TUT AX ECKART,
No. nr FortStrept, Honoluiu,
WATVItMAKKIl, .IKWKI.Klt, KXOItA-
rrr, mul llliimnnit Hrllrr.
All orilertfahhfully eaeeuted. 3,
jyr s. grinbai7m"&"co1
14 Calipornia St.. Sam Francisco,
lOltWAItlll.VO AXll COMMISSIOX
Special facilities for and particular attention paid 10
consignments of Itlind iWucc. ,
No. 114 Fort St., opposite Pantheon Stahlpj,
HOOT A XII SIIOKMAKKIt. HOOTS AXlt
Hlior imtilr to oritur.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and fot cash. 1
TTOLLISTER ft Co,
WllOLPSALR AND RETAIL
lllltaaiSTS AXll TOHAVVOXIHTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I.
'DROWN ft PHILLIPS,
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
Practical I'luiitherx, Gns-Jltters
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. ,
Hotrj. Streft, Honolulu, II. I,,
ltEATAill IX LA THUS' AXD
Cent's Shoes and Cutters,
Try my store, after one transaction you will be sure
to come again. Repairing done 10 order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strpet, Honolult, II. I..
(opposite sailor's home.)
C USTOM JtOOT AXD SJfOJC
Good work ; low prices. Repairing done wilh neat
peas and dispatcd.
P H. OEDING,
Express and Drssyman.
Freight, Puckagea, and Baggage delivered to and from
auparisl Honolulu and vicinity. CRrerul at
tention paid to moving r urniture, with
WAGONS EXPRF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 ; residence 835 Punchbowl street.
Office M King atreet. incVif
CEE HOPP & Co ,
37 Maunakea. street,
CARPENTER AND I-URNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repairing of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. tta-ty
PHILLIPS ft Co.
OMil HViofraofe Dealers Ih Clothtna, Hoots,
Shoes, Hats, Mcns'a Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods etc.
Nail Kaahumanu street.
TVT F. BURGESS,
VAItl'KXTKlt unit HVILllKlt.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Wuliamson's Eipresa Office.
Shop No. (4 Kins; street io3
Diseases of Horses and other doincMicated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner,
UlSRASES OP THE HOOP A SPECIALTY,
Residence tva Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will rccene prompt attention. e.-o,r
- F. WOLFK,
Honolulu, II, I ,
QBOCKBT, rKKU AMU VHOVISIOX
Would like heads of families, itejardinghouse keepers
and others to know that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goodssromptly
delivered inany part oflha, city or suburbs. Number
lee King Street, between Alakea and Fort Sis. ti-tJii
-tlTILLIAM O. SMITH,
No, M MERCHANT STRKET, HONOLULU,
(Established tn 1 So.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds end similar
securities bought end sold on
Commission. Money loaned
09 Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I., October tst. i!Jt.
S-sASTLB ft COOKE,
No. 80, Kjnc) Street, Horoluu, II, .
HAkPflHU it M.I (VwtaNieaiOH JWerrAstNK,
Importers and Dealers b
Tha 1 Hitchcock ft Cuwruny'a Ptanuikm.
ine sieaaoger S tUUwto. svsataiioo,
K. HaldeaJ, ur Walaliu PUnlellon.
A-.,,:.s,ah?h Coespany, Koloa, Kami.
J. M, Aleaander, llaiVu, Maul
The Haiku hejsar Cvitsinany.
Tne KnhaU Suar Cwopany,
ad is a good
aaant csus ssuak abivw. ajul
Taasiilars, tipmsesssi. esc. WUu La
raMMere, native; CkssMass CusaVsl OVns
if sVT MSM Lite ISMVtsrsutc Co. ef aVletos.
jtoMmmtmrj LW Haaetsilst aaal tea Freavciace
Pf. Jefsvae 4 aWsTCeMiTejetsti Bseltssvee.
tsiat sjEeMeaaW al wlREse m aseaweef Msveaeease, t
Slaniifutiirrr and D.al.r In all ln,i vf
SAD I) I lilt V ,fc IIAHXHSHX
Out-nlnm tl.t other ,,n,, rwnl, ttM lo.
Corner Toft and King Slritls, Honolulu, ll. I,
. . , . IIO-tfT,
QIIARLRfl T. UUUCK,
IfoUry I'm Id In,
Ar.KNT tO 1AK AtKN')WIIjmiTS VI I.A)
rir.Nr.KAi. nimiNi:! aoknt.
Offk In Marker's Illoclt al owner Queen ami Kal
. mami lrett, llorwlok, ,.,
it Kfnr litre!,
'lln, Cf".;.er-, n,r fihi.,1 Iran H'nrhrr.
llumHn, eat fmlnf arul all .oik In mr lih, WBr
atten,I4 lo. Itfrnamwlerala.
L"Kt'l!,'.UU"M"t1'ml' "' ,,JI ll,
M Klngttreet. ,wUm
O J. LEVEY ft CO., f
WboIfMisln nnd Rntnll Orotmn,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fresh erocetlet and imvUlons of all Und. on liar.1 anl
will 1m s.lil at Ida lowest market rales.
Goods tleltmnl la any fmt of I be city f. U rjiarg.,
'.iL ..." w,kIij 'l foni attention will X,
Ktvetl 10 lh same, lia.ty
T ll. LYNCH, " '
M King- street,
Doavlar In evtvy description of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Pine Wear .Specialty.
--" - ,.r"it mi.oi r.urot and Jirnenr s ibh
gOSTOH BOARD OP UNDHRWRITP.RS.
C. DKKWKIt tV Ct.,
Airents for the Hawaiian Itlandt. ,
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. tIKKII'KK tV Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. r
of ban Prancltco.
CAST1.K b- COOKE, ACKNTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG PIRE INSUR.
ance Company of Hamburg.
Ilullding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insureil agamn I ire on the moM favorable terms, t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM-
pany of Berlin.
'. A. SCIIAKI'F.R r CV, AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the unjmlgned. General
Agents, are authorised 10 take risks against the dangers
uf thebeas at the most reasonable rates anil on the
most favorable terms.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
". A. SCllAErER cV Ct., Afcnt,.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna. Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
'. A. SCI1AEFER cV Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the above signed. General Agents,
are authorized 10 lake Risks against the dangers of the
Seas al the most reasonable lates, and on the most la.
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs GeseUichaft of Winterthor.
. 11ACKFELD cV Co., AGENTS.
Capital of the Company francs 3,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared lo insure Buddings, furniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Kiev Mills, and u.fi in it, h.Lw a..... t .
v. mhmc uy wr, un tne most lavoraue terms.
DKITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
i ance company. (UUnlted)
T1IE0. II. DAVIES, AGENT.
The above agent lias received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
IJoru in the Pacific, and ll now prepared to issue poll
ciea at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. ,
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCUAEFER O Ct., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared lo insure risks against fire on
Stone and linck buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable ttrms. For particulars
apply at their office. s
NORTH .GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company ol Hamburg.
. IIACKFELD O Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve , . Reichsniark 8,8o,oto
" their Ke Insurance Companies, " 35,000,000
-... ..sw... ,,. Mwu .uiu)-, lus live Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
nml Lu- Mill. ,..1 ....1. t. .!.- L. . .1 ' : Pi
or damage by file, on the most favorable terms. i
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELD O Ct., Art.!,.
Capital and Reserve .... Reichsmark 6,005,000.
' tlieir Re-Insurance Companies 101,650,000
Total. ...... ...... ,. Reichsmark 107,650,900
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared 10 Insure iluildings, urniture.
Merchandise and I'roduce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels' in the liar bur against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
01 new Tortt.
MILDER & CV, AGENTS,
La r aest, Safest and most XroHomlenl Lift
insurant Company lit the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER oo,ooo,ooo.
P (V fllrtrirr IrtfiMt-llItra srvns.Tn at. -.
. w-. .,..... u.v.Hiatssvil vwavu tleuaj mac vtMUalel)i j,
nJ f?fr.rle Inunnc ppy to th Agcnti, or to
J1.K. Wiicnun, Ssjiutui-j Acot.
LONBOK AND PROVINCIAI,
I"l laURLTSUtCsl Co.
.M6arrlSeJ Capital .... 93,000,000
The above Company have now esublisbnl an agescr
eny uf every description wnhu these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
TUB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
UlSHOl'ir Co., AGENTS.
ESTAtUlltO 1 16.
Vnllumiled ttaUUlu to Mikkl,l,rs.
incuwe roa iljt
Preinlums recalled aAer deduction of is
suanrence,. . ,w 9 1.jie,aaj
Lo,e promptly adjuued and paid here. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
avtvca Cotsvpaey ef eatoe.
CASTLE ft COOKE, AGENTS.
Tk oUtsvt PurtJj HutusU Life Imhivbcs)
Cmfaf ia ttvt UaitosJ SUUc
VolUles Jaeaseei eat (ke aaveef hnraala Tvrsssa
aiAurLE or tmn roarurvRg rtAit ;
Insured M M 7sr-orJinary bit plan :
lAnauvs swasssiassMcesslaesM tltMee.ee "
4 tsVMI ptaailersse raeajana fst lressfa.at
, MEHii hiiu.i rseSsvyieRsaejsi.ES "
-tttttt. jf V BeWia
rmW'mmW'mW mp " R.sSEeTjBssssrssjasTssjr(MssspssEejes.
km9 m mmVtW BmmmmW H a) pkjMt
Ll V. tiRVKKAHCR,
Jt CAiltoaxi Hr Cl,,(B.m M ,
"'"'''"' '-oxmiii. a untviios
LJAHHDRH A Co.
11; ft no Msaieitr t , fAmttnt,
iiK.vtiiut. rirttt'tr.iiiMi aokxihaxii
Hmnmlftnn M'trh.lNl.. ,
pHANK II, AUSTIN ft Co.,
OrncNo CAUeoRiA Srnr, , p.,
liniMlSSlOX AOKXTH A lOllWAHtl.
InU An. nit.
.,,Cosii(nmt48 from lU Hawauan Itlan,). ,lrti,n.
IM lst pri.it wstrsoi.d and uUa ufsoi.., 4
QIIARLKS URBWER ft Co.
17 Kiur Sraeer, IIostdn,
AUKS IS 01' IIAUA1IAX VAVKKIH,
Wnrrilt Inlninl.tloi, A will:
.1 "f11 lli fl lv lh ixtrcldtlna; U f-U Vt
lUlla.amniraoV, trejaH at 1.,., ,,, ,
PIANOS AKD OKOANSI
I0,,n Pian-tj ,, Orjant; MSehalff lyl
manufw0,,fftm f7,I,u. U,,iia,
or InstallnHMt ; caulTguet free
ANnSf'.M- ,,.. si.. l.. ..i 0 .. ,.
. --. -. .... . .,,, , rf,n.
T GUS BURT,
Vmmmij mhaMt and minlnr companiVa .,,1 ,,.
tral Lutnnustsvn Mercliant. losnraiv tITecied 10
tvrl cimfaukt at Wwesl rates.
Offlt 411.1 front Hlrrtt, Sun rrnnrlwn, Cnl.
DALMER ft HEY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
II largest and ! only comt,ete Tyi-i Foundry ar.l
Printers Wanrwuse on the Pacific Uoasl,
as and R07 LetdesdorrT and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI
V, e keep on hand ihe largest Mock U Ameran Fancy
1 ype ever ke on this coast, together wul, a
most complete stock U Miller ft Rich-
ard; Scotch Type; andean
rurmsh, at slwrt notice,
AniHhlnn In the Printer', line.
froma IMklntoaCylnvJer Press. We have a laree
sic krf new al secondhand Printing IVessetof
CampUira Cytind-r Presses, Cottrell aM
llabcock Presses : also Peerless, aip
Jr, Jewel, (ior,li ami Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSIJ
mwllaalersleani engines, which are just l) thing for
printers. Tueek W,i .j. l : o . r.....
mm a ion une ct Pianborr.
-Y. ..... . . ; ":-- -.-""' .
OUR HDP4.ITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Pealess Printing Inks are considered the Lest in
-"' "". "s. our t-cnecisoa pUtcsT
They save editorial work and armposiU
tion, ami therefore save money.
2TSF.ND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
nsurjitn-.Mi hout on this coast can compete with
u ui 4uaiuy 01 gOOUS.
Chicago office 17J Monroe street.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
On FirstUss securities, for lonj or short periods.
ApiJy to W. I. GREEN. Muerr?7,
OBice Queen Street, over G. W. MacfarUae ft Co.-.
-yr-AILUKU POI FACTORY.
'Wailc-i;, Maui, II. L,
.Weal Quality of Vulat Manufactured Con
stantly. All orders rilled with dispatch.
! . E. H. Bailer.
JJOTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. a. H-ALLBlt, 1'roprietor,
PRIME AIEATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND iOR SALE DAILY, Utween the
hours of s until 11 a. m. end a p. m.
N. Ih Customers calling at the Market can be sur
psied afternoons, if so desired.
Tesephone No. aS. .v.
ENGLING ft Co.,
The subscribers, findng I heir premus space totally tn
adenuate lo cany un their largely increasing
business, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, tn order to faci'iLUc
ihe showing of aa im
mense stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention is oiled la the following
eihibus now 00 hand
1(EW PARAGON RANGES,
Suiulf plantation use. the celebrated "NIMBLE
SlOVt' and "BABY MAY RANGE.
set tn brick, wuh hot water auachasenls I Copper
era, tC every description, made In order: Iron
Piptu-eH siro Lead Pipe, Iron and
linsa Cocks and finings J also
A maw atria at aWvarlajr Molar,
ll H..1" necessary la emuasnva our stock vf TIN
WARE, at we are taesnd to supjiyevsry
arlicls la the trade, and al PHIClS
TO SUIT THE TIMLS.
E. ft Gs, lhaak their itrona Usr the liberal support
accorded Ike during the past fur years, aud at the
Sanaa time would stale that they are now in a Utter
pusitain than eser to aaecue orders in tUir bee of trade.
Orders freaa the uher Islualt Ued and sroatptly
, tD TIIISI THK UNDERSIGNED 11 AV-
. IM - - I IM.U. , ! in .1 m in.. Ik !. . .a. .. -
lueol and cmstnHlwts U Must and Air space Is
Neaa tlsatsrs etsch eatectt e cswaUcsaUe aavtsvf ef
Ivtal, U wvaV u rwaraauee all srurk eMnssta.lt kins.
... ,. SatUKL HaFrISOK
qorea sw vsaary, 147 ynaee as. ao
lefNOWLBS' STB AM AND VACUUM
C. BRMWSK cV C AGEX1S.
Itavtae cat hand a full and coraplaae Mask of the
ahrne eeietrated sissasua. js received fa Amp Turn.
lions tJusson, we rurssKt ihsea u he rhaaiay aasd
brttee Ihaa any otkee atyte ef west. usur4ed. t cat
IkeaueMU. of plaaaen panUvlsrty to the Venseaa
fisawa. wtwh la the ksaas r. eeeliialeil ead et aamt.
Ida than oaaee aeesaa nf
WlIOlJs NUMBER 124.
Ar TUB OLD frAND, NUMHER I KM.
HIIEKT IRON WORKER,
I'l.UMllI.S-G IN AU. ITS IIKANCIIJXS.
Artesian Vtil Pipe-ll ig..
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tlp-tcp, Palace.
FV,ra, May, Ontetr, Grand Prlre, New KJvaJ,
Vra, Derby, Wtn, Dvy, Gypsy, Qiuxa,
Parity, Ai-y Ranges, Magna Claris,
Dock, Superior, Magnet, Os-ecla, Ala
meda, fpve, Charter Oak,
Ninlle, lawend sA
0ALVANIZ1ZD IRON and COPPER BOILERS
TOR RANGIiS, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIJf.
GaJvnized iron water Pipe, J! lzetl gjjrl
laid 00 at lowest ratei, also cast Iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hrraee Ftxraialilna; Goods, mil JsiauU.
AH tire, and grades, Uft and Force Pnmpe. Cistoa
Pump., Galvanised Iron, Sheet Copper and
SUet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plale,
Water Closets, Marble slaU
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS,
AMD EAREXTHrar ELLA,
Golden Goto Extras FasavUlj- avavd
Cases IIRAWN, Cases BACOV
CasesWHITTAKER STAel ltAVIs; '
J ust to hand, and fee-sale by"
BAL3 OF HAY. C. C
0T1CE TO THE
Just arrived by tarkentine Ella, from San rraadsoe
t CARRIAGE HORSES,
J CARRIAGE MARES,
1 VERY FINE STALLION
? "tf.f ?. 1?xto4 BULL,. Tears cid J eta
yearUng liULU halfjersey and haV Wham on,
fine gentle MILCH COW, half lets and ha5 I
luTfor'aale! " DURHA4 COW, all ce" which
AJy tnany to me, or by Irtltv through P. a
Ho. j,,, lloooluin. J. N. WKfGIIT.
3a King street,
aUMlsemltliUc avkd Cssrrtsvs. aAayss.
T, K. MURRAY, Manager.
Horses troeuely shod, b lU Lest manner; Carriage
paiatmg by cotaMteot workmen. Try oar neV
shev, two doers from Maunakea street.
'T'HE STATE INVESTMENT
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lla.iog tsrjtUisSed an agnsry here, the easdetvgaed it
authorucd to acceie risks against
Fire ok IIcilukcs,
Jan'sv Ktili m ViimU, Csrrnt, MmksmJut, Ek,
,Loe praauptly adjusted and payable We. Teesaa
"T'est- tiiT) K. W. LAIKE.
THB PACIFIC MUTUAL
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10KTINC INVESTMENT POLICU5,
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AkaTai DerusiT buwutar Poucr. and tie Me-
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