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VOLUMIi III, NUMBER 21.
HONOLULU, I-I. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 125
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PA RE If 'ELL.
'Die breeze blows down Nuiianu's vale
And wjiflt ui o'er the swelling title :
Once more we.set ecti driving nil
And slcthe ocean's water wltle.
We leave the plm tree fur behind,
Tlie Coco't cret we'll see no more J
The Jasmine's Kent, borne on the wind,
Cornel lor us fainter from the shore.
Nuusnu't vale It growing dim, ,
The harlior'i past, we're on the sea t
Abeam, are breaker rolling tfl
Upon the beach, at WalklM.
Leahi'a peak: looms 'gainst the sly J
Fair Honolulu's lost to view ;
We'll oft recAll the hours cone by,
And all those fair ones that we knew.
Dark eyes their witching glances east J
Sweet solces sang In the lanat ',
lltlght scenes In these fair Islands past
Well oft recall them with a sigh.
Where Pele's breath Is seen afar
From 1 Illo, by the sighing fen ;
Where those above Malena are ;
From Nuuanu' vale to Waillkl.
Fill up the glasses 1 l,et us drinlc
Long life and health to friends behtnd.
And let us male our glasses dink,
For dearer friends well never find.
We leave you friends true Mends Indeed,
Hut oft recall each.vanlsbed face :
Where'er we roam, we'll wish God speed
To all your hoj.es and all our race I
.LETTER PROM YALE COLLEGE,
Vai.r Colieoe, New Haven, Conn.
In the stress of the public mind over coro
nations tintl ministries, ocr constitutional
measures and the treaty renewal, I can take no
nctiic part, nor add anuhini: of interest, but
" Trust that somehow good
Will be the final goal of HI."
I have thought, however, that a brief no
count of an old, and stately, American Uni
vcrsity might not be uninteresting to your
leaders, by way of change, if for no oihcr
YalcCollcgcgocs back for its foundation to
the year 1 700 when it consisted of one student
and a few liooks, nominally located at Say.
brook, Conn., though for a number of years it
was so insignificant that it actually moved
about from place to place, to suit the convent
ence of those instructors wholhed elsewhere.
Finally after much discussion and not a little
bitter feeling on the part of the Saybrook
people it settled down in New Haven where it
has remained cser since.
In 1717 the first college building was erect
ed, and about this time, Klihu Yale, Governor
of Madras who had been born however in
New England made a gift to the institution
of some books, ,200 worth of goods, a por
trait of the King, etc., out of gratitude for
which the college was named after him. Its
first president was Rev. Abraham Picrson, a
line bronze statue of whom, designed by Launt
Thompson (brother of the first foreign pastor
of Hilo) occupies a prominent position in the
grounds. For a number of years the young
college had an uphill struggle j the Saybrook
element was displeased at the removal ; its'
lector apostatized to the Church of England
a serious thing in those days ; and a little later
came the American Revolution, when New
Haven was starved out and the greater part of
the students had to be removed ; and finally
the city, college and all fell into the hands of
Soon after that however came a measure of
success ; the State granted it a considerable
sum of money in consideration of certain
powers of control ; a reconciliation amc about
between the various factions, and the success
of the institution was assured. From that time
It has steadily increased In wealth, efficiency
and numbers, through the generosity of its
frlendj, the wise policy of its faculty, nnd the
appreciation of the public.
For over a century the college consisted
merely of the Academical department together
with such theological teaching as would almost
necessarily form a part of every New England
college of the time. In 1822 the Law depart
ment was organUed, and has held a high posi
tion in the country ever since. In connection
with it is graduate course which has created
the first school In Political Science in America,
and the only one yet in full operation. In the
same year Theology was formally recognized
us a tlistinct department, one which has grown
especially of late years to large proportions, the
result of scholarly tuition and a laudable spirit
of Christian liberality. The Sheffield Scientific
School, which is specially famous and useful
took its rise in 1846 with only 8 students and
little or no means. Fortunately however Mr.
Sheffield, a wealthy resident of New IIaen,
came to the rescue with large-hearted and
open-handed liberality, and has since increased
his gifts from time to time, so that now the
school stands on a footing to do the very lmt
of work. A Sheffield degree is recognized
throughout the country as equalled by few and
excelled by none. Lastly is the Ait School
a new feature in the general schcme'of educa
tion which Yale has had the credit of success
fully inaugurating on American soil. It is
practically the outcome of the liberality of Mr.
A. K. Street who built the beautiful Alt
School building, at a cost of about $175,000.
The buildings of the "old brick row," most
of which were built in the last century hare
that characteristic "barny" appearance which
generally belongs to old buildings and, though
doubtless considered marvels of architecture
once, are now, through their plainness entirely
out of keeping with their surroundings.
They arc however rich in the incmorin and
traditions of the great men who have occupied
thetn and aie still the favorjte dwelling places
of Use upper classes. For three tpiaiten of a
MeMury or so, these buildings satisfied the re-
its of the college, but the rapidly In-
number of more tecent years de-
I further extension, and better facilities,
which has been met by an almost
itc UansforDUtion of the college. Two
1 dotmkorie In the highest it) le of modem
it', tail coatl lining all the modem improve-
. JMttt asssl conveniences were erected at a coat
af about ftfcsjOM, mainly the gift of two
bt)M(iscto of the college. The old
I bulk arty thU castury which every
WtitH t Jaw imtmWn as a place of
lawtatt, wJMM UestssWtoaal worn J I of prays
jSM MlMffaHS w Mk wtMpaiuiMditW Um itkmX.Aunftii Mail.
cold winter mornings next guc way to Im
provement and a new one was Imill through
the liberality of a New York gcntlumtn In
lime ) honor It was named. v It Is built of
brown New Jersey sandstone with an arcade of
lighter Ohio sandstone, and is as much abov e
the average In beauty and comfort as the old
one vtasjlxjow It.' 'It Is said to lie 'the finest
college chipelJin'Amcrlca and cost $20o,or).
In 1866, George I'calxuly of Indon, made
a gift of $150,000 to Vale for the puriosc of
erecting a suitable fire-proof Museum, out of
wlilchihn 'grown whatMs' called in his honor
the " I'calmdy Museum," only oncjwing of
which, however, 4 hasbccn.,complctcil as yet.
The malnjjullding'and the olhr wing,will lie
added as the growing necessity and wealth of
the university may suggest. The collections
which It contains, especially the niincralogical
and fossil, 'arc very complete and have been
the subject of scry high eulogy from Prof.
Hut an) thing like even a brief detailed ac
count of the various objects of Interest would
weary your leaders f sudicc to say that Yale
has expended In the way of Improvements,
etc., during the last fifteen or twenty )cars,
aliout three millions of dollars, and owns at
present projicrty tthc.amount of atwut seven
Wealth ami efficiency, however, tlo not
always go together, some one may say, and of
course these 11 danger of becoming so em
balmed in wealth as to fossilize, but as )ct this
docs not seem to be true of Yale. It has
always lcn, and still is, a liberal and pro
gressive institution, willing to learn as well as
teach. Its windows arc open in every direc
tion, towards the rising as well as the setting
sun. It Is ever ready to welcome new 'truth
from any quarter and to try new methods by
whomsoever suggested, and still conservative
enough to hold tenaciously Jn that which is
good in the past.
It has increased very greatly in numbers of
latc)ears, the sum total of the undergraduates
within its walls in all the different departments
licing something o crone thousand at present
and there is every indication that the numbers
will continue to Increase. Its graduates arc,
and have been, leading men in all the different
walks of life whichthcy have occupied, and
many of them have left a permanent mark in
the history of their country or even of the
It is to a very great degree a cosmopolitan
university, receiving representatives from the
most distant parts of the world, as indeed Ha
waii can testify, and so accustomed have they
become to hearing strange, unfamiliar lan
guages, and queer addresses, that tlicy are not
at all moved by even the most glib anil oratori
In cv cry college the question of expense is
one of prime importance, and I am well aware
that it is often urged as an objection to Yale
that it is "unnecessarily and ruinously expen
sive." It doubtless is tomcu'hat more expen
sive than some that might bo named, but con
sidering the special advantages afforded, the
&)OOor $500 a year total expenses other than
clothing, etc., cannot be considered so ruin
ously expensive, whereas many go through the
whole course successfully on money earned
during the period, together with such aid as is
freely given to all needing it. The cheapest
place that will compare with it otherwise, so
far as I know, is Toronto University in Cana
da, where the cost is about one-half that of
Yale. The Theological department of Yale,
of which I am a memlicr, has been made so
thoroughly liberal and inexpensive that it is
practically ojien to all who have the necessary
qualifications of education and character.
Hawaii owes no small debt of gratitude to
Yale for the education of so many of her sons
and resident citizens, a few of whom arc the
following: W. D. Alexander, D. 1). Italdwin,
A. F. Judd, several sons of D. 13. Lyman,
A. S. Cooke, L. McCully, Hiram llingham,
Walter Fiear, W. N. Armstrong, etc.
I trust that any of my friends, or indeed any
one from the islands, for that alone forms a
bond of union, who may chance to come this
way, will do me the favor of paying me a visit,
and I will insure them a student's cordial wel
come in a strange land.
Yours etc., J. M. lvdgate.
EXPLORATION IN PATAGONIA.
About two years have elapsed since the I'tgu
touched at Naples on its return voyage of dis
covery. Most of the crew were Swiss or Nor
wegians, but there was one Italian onboard,
Lieutenant Hove. As being a Southern Italian
he was received most joyosuly, and this fact
not improliably gave a fresh impulse to the
ambition to distinguish himself by seeking to
explore yet unknown seas. A project was
started for sending an expedition to the Ant
arctic Ocean. Lieutenant llove was to be
the commander of it, and he and his comran
ions left this country for South America on a
kind of preparatory voyage. They have just
returned, hav ing landed in Genoa, and the fob
low ing details w ith which the journals furnish
us may afford some pleasant relief after the hot
utscussions on tnc cloture: " as is well
known." says the journalist. " thcie has been
much discussion about the existence of agigantic
race of Patagonians, as to whose stature many
were disposed to douut tnc report 01 Magellan.
Hut in wanderinc over Terra del Fueto our ttav
cllers found human cranium and bones of such
an enormous size as to prove the existence of a
race which has now disappeared, ami thus
attest the veracity of Magellan. In those
legions there is a iiei, the Santa Cruz, almost
unknown. Fiti Rovand Darwin alone within
a few seats have navigated it in part. "Moreno
and Mavano, Argentines, went further up, so
inai trie nauaii eaK-tiiiiou nan, as 11 were, a
new field for study during the eighteen days
that they remained there. A viinful spectacle
was picscnted to them on arriving at Cape
Horn. There is not a ride on the coast
which does not record a shipwreck. Every
part was covered with broken planks, nuvts
snapped in pieces, iionwotk twisted by the
violence of the wa es. llov e rummaged among
these fragments in the hope of finding some
data, but, excepting an oai of a lioat, which
had the Italian name of Yeigeii, and a board
oa which was written in EnglUli, 'Ycss,' he
found no other indication. The ess was lost
on the Island of Nuovo Anno in ibSo. She
was a magnificent iron vessel of 2,000 tons
register, and she was on her last vovagc to Val
paraiso, laden with coal and spirits, llove
and his companions will shoilly publish a nar
rative of their voyage." The Geographical
Institute of llucno A)ies,whtch lias through
out shown a warm interest in the expedition, late
ly had gold ond silver medals struck in commem
oration of (he voyage. Gold medals w cie glv en
to Lieutenant llove and to the commander of
the ISttrabtuna, while silver medals weie given
to Professor Lovisato and Captain Com.
RESTORATION OP LOST COLORS,
After a lapse of threvjJattm of a century,
the colon lot at lluenos Ayrcs in 1 80 J are
about to lw rcktorcil tu the 71st Regiment, now
the Itt lUtUlioti IlLghlaml Liclit Infantry,
When, in I boo, a Hotufa fuice, which uj just
captured Uueno Ayrc, waa obliges! to capitu
It cum Uto the pottewiuu of Major Santiago
Kc-rtutHl Uicca. of the Koyal SpanUh ArtU
Uny, ko ht)tisialhd k to hu tuailyi aatl it U
bU - Iff. S. D. Lxttca. who hu stuw
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D A. DU LA NUX
Kurvnynr rsntl Civil Etiuliieor,
Address, HONOLULU Post-office. iCo-vm
AITILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOllXr.Y AT r.AW,
8) MrwtMANr StRKKT, IfdNOHJIU.
T M. DAVIDSON,
' ATTOUSV.Y AT ,,..
So, i Mere lift nt Street, Honolulu,
ATIOHSI'.Y AT LAW,
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
(A I'osr Stksrt, IIonoluiv, t
ATTonxr.r .t :ovssiu.i.on at law.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrricKcoaxpit Fort and IIkkhtania Sti ,
SVJHllUtSH AS'lt IKIMir.l'ATIUO VII V
Hlrhimi. Office Hours Until 9 a. H., and from 1-3 nnd 6:yj-j p.m.
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Intkriok Orrtcr, Honolulu,
Ani'.ST TO T.IK; AVK.VOWLIHHIi:-
mrtilH In CoHtritrta fnr JMhnr. j
TNO. S McCREW, M. D.
' vitrmaA.y mid suihivais;
Hotel street, between Fort and Alalen streets.
From 7 to to a. m ; t to 4, ami 6 to 8 p. m.
tofrlf Telephone No. 104.
JOHN M. PATY,
Honoiulv, Oaiiu, II. I.,
-VOT,i ItY VUJILtO AXI COM. 11 IKS toy 1:1:
For the Stales of California and New Vorlc. Office
at the Panic of llishop ft Co. 1
Honoiulv, II. 1.,
Aai'.ST Tit TAKK AVKSmri.KIHIK-
fncrtf In IJontrarlJt lit Lnhitr.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, I'splamdc. 13
t-vRS. McAllister & grossman,
Will oen their office, for the present, at the corner of
Hotel and Alakea streets, Honolulu. 194.1111
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
" Honolulu, II. L,
IIEXT.lt. ItOO.VS OX rollT STIIKV.T.
Oflice In itrewer's ltlock, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
KK HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu, H. I.,
VIlTSlCfAX AXIt svitatuix.
103 fori Street.
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m.,
Residence 19s Nuuanu SlreeL
and 3 to 5 p.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, 11. I.,
t'JirswrAX axi) sumikox,
Telkfmonk Number 149.
Office hour from 8J4 to 10W a. in.: t4 to iM p. m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
corner Fort street. t
84 Kin? street,
VltACTtCA L WA TVII3IA KEIC,
i And Importer of American Jewelry of every
lion. (Formerly ot San Francisco, California.)
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
IMVUItTElt AXIt VEAI.KU IX (1EX
trntl .ferrjrimfjvr. i
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMVOIITEKS AXIt C03I31ISSIUX 3IEII-
TWTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 FortStkert, Honolulu,
VAHIIIOXAIILK MIENS AXl) CLOAK
TITH, G. IRWIN it Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SUUAIt VACTItltS AXJ1 C0.V3USS10X
SM. a IRWIN.
-s BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SlUI'l'IXa AXU COMJIISSIOX 3JEIC
II. A. T. CARTER. I f. C JONES. Jr.
T-VlLLINGHAM ft Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
XStVOHTEUS AXII DEA I.EKS IX 11 A
icrtir, Cutlery, Toola,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
A W. PIERCE ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SlltV VHAXDI.EUS AXII C03t3tt.HSl.OX
Agents for Urand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Tcr
ry Davis' Pain Killer. 1
T AINE ft Co.'
Honolulu, II. I.
COMJtISSlOX 31EUVIIAXTS I31VOU
term dinf Heater nj
Hay. Grain and Ceneral Produce. 1
No, ) Merchant Street, Honolulu, 11. I,,
1MVOKTEUH Of IIKXEItALMEHVIIAX-
ttlme l"rom fraaee, Eiiflaml,1,
Germany and the- United States. r
ai6 and 318 California Street, S. F
WIIOt.EHAI.li It HOC Kits.
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping Is.
and orders. 1
T OUIS ADLRR,
Nuubrk 13 Nuuanu Striet.
MAXVFACTUHEH AXII UKALV.lt JX
HoutM ami SMoeM of every Ileerhittu.
l.adics and CliilJrvu's wear. Mv stock Is worthv of
inspection. iTlces very low. j
r WILLIAMS ft Co.
ioj and 104 Four Street,
lectures of all sires and kinds made to order, and
frames of alt detentions constantly on hand. Also
Corals, Miclls ami Curiosities of the 1'aclnc 3
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
HokOLULV, II. I.,
Ileafert Ih l.umberilntthll klmlt of Hull.t
tug Material; ViiIhIm, oil; ,Vii(;, tie.,
Agents of khooners
Haitakaim, Kulamanu, Ktkauluohl, Mary EUen,
UiUma, Pauahl and LeahL ,
At KoL'uson'a Wlutf. 1
-pHEO. II. DAVIES ft Co.,
(Late Janmn, Green & Co.)
IMVOHTV.lt, COilMISSItlX MEItVllAXI
anil Agent fur
Llosd's and th. Llftrpool Undemrlt.rs.
British arid Foreign Marine luiurtuct Coupaoy,
And Northern Aasuranc. Company. i
No. ;9 Kino Street,
SAHIILE uhJ HAHXKHH MA HEM,
Meslcan SaddU-iuakbiiS a leading line
All kinds of KKI'.MKING DONK TO ORDER.
Prices esceedingly motUratc 110.3m
P S. PRATT & CO,
-Juri'oM'o-. unit l'mmlle Merchants,
IlllK.I, l-V.T itWM. tLkkV It.UuJlltu
Special attention given to th. sale of Ksal and Per
:, 11 ...
yaacea made on Cornignmnls.'R4
Ikkl CmrtunUr, Hasar Maker aid CmtmUter,
No. a Qvhm SrMartbatow HonoWu Iron Works)
en. c rowr,
iiovm: . mas v iiximt,
I'aprr IIa-sorr, etc.,
107 King street, Honolulu.
r EWERS A COOKB,
(SucCICSSrtRS TO t.PWRRS rVUlCKKTIN,)
iMviniTKiiH axii iii:ali:kh tx iAr.ii-
lirritml nil lAiiiln nf lliilltllny 3liitrrtnl).
Port street, Honolulu, II. I. I
HALL & SON,
CohNKtt Fort ano King Stun jus,
i.iiroitr:itst .i t,i:its v ha i.
ttitrr, lirl fmffjt, l'nhitt
OiU nnd General Mcrtlundiw; t
II W, McCHRSNBY A SON,
UlATIWIt, 111 MIX, TALLOW,
Agent for the Konl SoopComiEnny
street, Honolulu, II. U
No. 41 Qtieen
r C. COLEMAN,
HiiHOiL'Ur, If 1 1
IlLACKSMITIt, MACHINIST, VA II-
rtitffc Wnrh, Harm .Siortnj,
I'la ntit ion Machinery, etc Shun on Kins: street.
next to CamIc Ft CnoVe , 1
Of IN NOTT,
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker.
STOVKS AND RANGES,
of all kind. rjumWiV stock and metal 1, houte furnish
tntf rockU, chamJeiiers. iamn, etc
M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, II. I,,
SAUrMAKl'.HS. VLAttS OV ALL UK-
tcrli'tloHM nutttotimt rrjnttmlt
Isotl n A. K. CuotcVi new fire froof building, foot of
Nuuanu Street. , aS
Honolulu, II. I.
nosknn sti;am cashv maswav-
tnru ririti Ilahery,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook ami Italcer.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Port and Nuuanu
" ENGLING ft Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Stukkt,
TINSMITHS ASH VhVMIHHtH, IKAL-
nr tn Store, ItiiHtm, Tin,
Sheet Iron and Copper Ware! keep constantly on
hand a full assortment of Tinware, Galvanized Iron and
Lead Pipe, India Rubber Hose, etc, etc 33
T W, GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
COMMISSION MKHCHANT ASH rt.V
ertit Driller In Dry (lomh,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II, 1,,
STEAM VNOINIIS, ItOILVHS, svoah
Main, Cooler, Iron, lira
Ami Lead Castings.
Machinery of everv description
nude to order. Particular attention paid to bniiM
1 uacKsm lining,
Job work executed on the shortest no-
T H. ROGERS,
No, 9 Kaahumanu Struct, Honolulu, H. I.,
irATCU atXJ) CltOVK MAKEH,
JtejHtiriitf a Specialty
O H, MEEKAPU..(KAUKAIWA.)
Number ii Nuuanu Strpkt,
taiimiung or jsrjsnv ie-
Hcviptton ilonv to order
Men's, boys and youths' work.
Number 64 Hotbl Street,
MKAIjS SllJtriCl) AT ALL
hours of the tiny,
SpcvUl terms for regular boarders. The only suita
ble private room in town for I-adics.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
NORTON ft Co.,
No. 13 Msunakra Street,
Home nhorliiu, Shoe remoceil ami allkhulM
of ItltteKmnlth Work clone toonlrr.
Carriage maUn? nnd repairing done by competent
workmen. '1 he test horse-siioer in the country works
at this place. los-qr
Crater or kilauka.
II. It. LEXTZ, 31AXAIIEII.
Visitors rcnuirinz anv unusual disnlav of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give the Manager at least ten days no.
tice in fine weather, ami from clesen to thirteen in foul.
Plenty to eat. a rouiinsrfire. clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 3
"-S E. WILLIAMS,
IkirORTER AND LIEALER IN
fVHXITVHE OfKVEItV DK.SCItlVTIOX
AImo Upholsterer amf 3tannlacturer.
Furniture Warcrooms No. 100 Fort street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. Alt orders promptly
Stenueq to. 43
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
IlllORTERSANU DEALERS IN
hoots, shoes, fuitxisiuxa aoous,
Halt, t'uju, rrmi "., I'alUe;
Pcrfumeo' and Soaps, Wahham Watches, Fine Jew.
elry, etc., cor, of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I.
yilOS. G. THRUM,
STATtOXEII, XEWS AllEXT, I'UIXTEK,
Anit publisher o( the Saturdas Press, and dtiss.
an Almanac am.1 Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er In Fine bialioncry, ItooVs, Music, Toys and Fancy
Goods Fort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
fOSEPH E. WISEMAN
ItKA I. ESTATE HltOKEU AXII EMI'LOy.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells ami leases
Real Lstate ii all ans of tha Kingdom. Kmploymcnt
found for tho scckuig work in all ih various branches
of busiuejss coniiectcil with llies. Islands. Igal docu
mruts drawn. Hills Collected, Books and Accounts kept
and general orlica work transacted- Patronage solicited.
CoKimisuons moderate. 34
r VI. MACPARLANE ft Co.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II, I.
Importer ami I'ommluloH Merchant.
ItohtngoH' f'4rr-roo Butlilluy.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Lin of Packets
John Ha ft Co.'s Liverpool Line or Packets
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau PtanUtion. HUo
Mlrte.s, Talt ft Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
lurvRTSR anu Deaiir in
ai.lSSWAUK, MEIIIIIKX SILVEU VL.I-
tetl Ware. Hrttekei. Yamrm.
King's Couibinatton !ici.1aites and r!)egUsses,
lAittrat Wire Ware, Fancy Soaiw, Haute Frames, Pis.
lols, Woaciiholiu's IVjskel Cutlery, Powder, hh.A awl
Ammunition, CLlL's Siool Cotton, Machine Oil. all
kinds uf Machine Nvs-dls. 'IXweltc, laper Fashions,
bole agent of the universally acknowledged
Llght-Runninc Domestic Sewing Machine,
ISHOP & Lo.
ll0UII.', II. I.,
Draw Ksclanc.cilk. BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
San Fraacisco, and lUU acms ia
Mr3SkS. M. M. KOTHSCIIILU k SONS, Loaddo.
Tt. ORIENTAL RANK CORPORATION
Loadoa. and (heir tnavli ta
And toaaaaa a yassal KanUag Mminees ,
O H. MdHTYKB fit DROTIIBR,
Con. Kiir, Ain I'nntlii, Honolulu,
uiiofjv.itv Ax'n vv.v.ii STtiiti:.
HACKPELD A Co.
Ql'RRN SrRRST, HoNoLlLl), H. I.,
UEXl'.ll.iL tOMMISHIll.V Atir.XTM.
CD. HOPFSCHLAEORR & Co.
J IIOKOLVI tl, OAIIU, II I.,
IX It fJOMMIHSlOX MRU'
FA. SCIIARPBR ft Co,
.Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
tUVOItTKHH AXII COMMIKSIO.Y Mf.lt-
& rhitntx. 1
-!IBR & Co.
CotJUl'tlRT ANII (JURRN Sr., HONOLULU.
LirMlliut,VAtXT, OILS, XAII..S,
mill IIMllillnii .lliilrrlitl nf rrrpf khi'l. I
QURRN SlRRRT, HONOLULU,
,1 VC-fJOSHKIl A XV COMMIMllOXJUKIt'
A S. CL.BGIIORN ft Co.
iMltJlirEKS AND DRAtXRS IN
UI'.XEItA L Mf.ltVIIAXinsi:,
Corner Queen nn.1 KaAhununu Streets, I lonoliilu.
OLLBS ft Co.
Qurrn SrRPRT, Honolulu, II. L,
HIIIV CltAXIIt.Elt.H AXII VOM311HSIOX
lmtotte rt ami Dealers in General Merchandise. 1
TNO. H. BROWN,
ioj IIrretania SrsuiT,
IXSVEOTIIIt Of WEtnilTH AXII
rJers can In left at the Police Station.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Makrk'i Hlock, Quern Strkrt,
IMVOHTKKHAX1I WHOLESALE IIEAIr-
crM in llfurrnl 3terelutmltiH. i
TUT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
J14 California St., San Francisco,
fllllWAUIItXa AXII COMMISSION
Consignments of Island rodtic
No. in Fort Street, Honolulu,
WATCIt3IAKi:it, .lEWELElt, EXdllA-
ver, ffnrl Jltitmiiml Setter.
AH orders faithfully executed. 3a
No. ir KoRTSr.,orrosiTEl'ANTiiRON Stables,
HOOT AXII SIIOll.WAKEIt. HOOTS AXII
Shoes mitite to oriler.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and foi cash, a
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Ketail
imuaaisTs axii toiiaccoxists.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. 1
No. 8 Nuuanv Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
Practical 1'lumhers, Oas-fittem
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. t
HotelStkebt, Honolulu, H. I.,
liEAJEtt IX LAMES' AXJ
Gent's Shoes ami Gaiters,
Trv tnv store, after one transaction sou will he sure
to come affain. Keiiairing done to order. Formerly of
san r ranciMXL
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
Ka 4. Merchant Strpet. Honolult, H. I.,
(ori-CfelTR SAILOR'S IIOSIE.)
CUSTOM HOOT AX J) SHOE
Good work t low prices. Kenairinir done with neat-
ness and di.patcd.
p H. OEDING,
Express, and Drayman
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
.all parts of Honolulu ami ticinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR TIIF. PURPOSE.
Telephone B6 ; residence S35 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 KIngr street. .uS-tf
OEE HOPP & Co ,
37 juaunakea street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the rcraLnng of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. tuiy
TUT PHILLIPS & Co,
tinil Wholeaate Healer In Ctothlntf, Hoot,
Shoes, Hats, Metis's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc
No. it Kaahumanu street.
CAHVKSTKIt fiiKl HVILUF.K.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Express Office.
Shop No. S4 Klntj street. 108
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the mot practical and scientific manner,
PISBASKS Of TUB HOOF A SrHCtALTY.
Residence 8 Port street, Honolulu, whereat! orders
kit will receive prompt attention. ,-qt
S- F, WOLFH,
lIONULVtU, lis I,.
UHOCFHY, FKF.U ASH VHOVISIOS
Would like heads of families, 'board in chouse keCDert
ami others to know that he at alt times sells at prices
towcU of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
dtlisrred In any part of the city or suburbs, Numtrr
ice mag buret, between AUkea and tort at. 51 -6m
AIT ILL I AM O. SMITH,
N 89 MKHCHANT SiRKET, HONOLULU,
(KuaUishsd in it;?.)
Suar Plaotatloo, Railroad, Telephou and other
VVInH.HUH d.lS. BWIU MN .imii.r
securities bought and sold on
Commission, Uooer loaned
oa stock securities,
Honolulu, II. I., OctuUr in. ill.
Ku. Eo, Kino brsssr, Hokoluh, II. I,
Shipping ami Commtttlun, Merchant;
Importer and Dealers la
Aficnts for ,
The H'uchcixk & Couitaoy"s llantatlufi.
'I"hc AUsatktlcr & lUMwui rLnutkau
R. mUead, ur WaUiia lluiUtion.
A. H. Simtb & Couipaay, KW, KauaL
J. II. AUaandcr, Haiku, Maul
The Haiku Swisr Cowpany.
The KohaU bufar Ciopajiy,
LIST Awaiting aasbloyastit t
: can nulk. drive, and la a Rood
is, KaunsiRisn, esc. Wake, La
Rilliaj laimn Cooks: CWasss
ft awwa. isa. i
Thj Uoloo Inmraf CoeiyiT of Pruc
TJw Mew Yaefc ais. Hea assist Faafcat Uay.
aawtWWelas- sfr WSaeas aSaesiag MnaSiii t-n
QHARLRS T. OULICK,
acrnt to takk acknowledgments to i.abor
GF.NI'RAI, IIUSINF.SS AOF.NT.
OftVe In Mackee's niock at owner Queen and Kasha.
manu streets, Honolnlti. .y
54 King Street,
Tin, Conper', ilmt'.Sheet-lron' Worker.
llumblng, gas fitting and all work In tny line promptly
attended to. 'terms moderate.
Neiwrnber She address, opposite the Police Station,
M King street. 109-001
Wholoeriln nnd Rntnll Grocnm,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
recened rrgularly fiom Lurojx and America which
will be ild SI the lowest market rale
Goods dehtered to any part of the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and T0mpt attention will i
given to the same, llf.ly
-tXTONG LEONG ft CO.,
Nuuanu Strfet. Cor. Mavine,
Agent for Moannl Suyiir, VnUiinn ji'ler
And Kallua Rice llantaiton and Mill.
T H LYNCH,
J M King street,
Donler In eve? description or BOOTS
Ladles and Cents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
c. iinj;n':K & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. tlKJSIVHK & Co.. (
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
01 tn Francisco,
CASTLH fr COOKE, AGENTS.
HAMOURG-MAGDHBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
A, JAEGER. AGENT.
UuilJin, Merclundivr, Furniture and Machinery
Injured agalnt Fire on tho rruwt favoraMe ternn, 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A. SCJAEFEE & Co., AGENTS,
The above Insurance Company, hai established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, art authorized to take risks against the dancer
of the Seat at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
TDREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
E. A, SCIAEFER & Co. Attnts.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A SCHAEFER Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company lias established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the above fclgned. General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable laies, and on the most fa
QCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER-
tj sicnerungs ueseiiichalt or Winterthur.
. UACKFELD V Co., AGENTS,
Capital of the Company.. ,.. , .francs 5,oco,cxio,oofi
The Agents of the above Company, for the I lawailan
IsLands, are prepared to insure Ituddings, Furniture,
Merchandise and I'roduce, Machinery, eta, also bufar
nnd Kice MilLt and vessels in the harbor, against loai
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company. (Limited)
TIEO. . DAVIES, AGENT,
The alove a ire fit has received in&truriinn tn r
ducethe rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
1'ons in the 1'acihc, and is now prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction cm
freight per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
'. A, SCAEFER A Co., AGENTS,
TJe above firm having been appointed agents of this
company aret prepared to insure risks against fire on
Stone and Itrick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the mott favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. ,
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-.
U, UACKFELD & Co., AGENTS,
Capital and Reserve Keidiimarfc 8,8 30,000,
loeir rAe-insuranceuompkiiies, " 35,1x10,000
The Agents of the above Com any, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Ituildings. Furniture,
siisiuwiiuhs; HliU 4 s.fs ..-, .s.llllll Jf. IJ1U, AIU sIUKitl
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fiie, on the roost favorable terms. 1
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-.
11, UACKFELD - Co., ASU,
Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000
" tneir Kclnturance Lompan.cs " 101,050,000
Total.,,, .Reichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insurelluiklings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinery, etc. alto Sun-ar
and Kice Mills, and vessels In the liarbur against loss
or uamage by lire, on ttte most lavoraUe terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
H ILDKR CV., AGE.YTS,
lAiryetl, Safest anil mol Economical Life
Insurance CumHtny In the Worlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER S90.ooo.ooo.
For further information concerning the Cbmuanv.
and for rates of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
j, r si iwman. Donating Agent. t
LONDON Am niOVINCIAXi
jflr lasmruo Co.
Suberlll Citpltut - - - - $3,000,000
The attose Company have now established (an agency
here, and are prepared to take risks on prop
rUy of every description within these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
UISUOP&' G ACBNTS.
Vntlmltett Liability lo Stockholders.
.- ..- ...tii.nt.im
. .. ........,,,, t,1M9JJ
INCOSIC .) 1I70:
Premiums received after deduction of re-
Insurance....... . . ,.,., ,. , ,f $..
Losses promptly adjusted and paid bete. i
NHW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
aace Coaspany of Bostaa.
CASTLF. & COOKE, AGEXTS.
The Oe4tt Purely Mutual VMu lacunae
rnmnanT ia tka "-'- ss-
WlaawpiJBWSy tm SW aalJl tWttmrWht
Volltlr eauesi (A sss4 VartrmU Termn
siAurta or ko-osrsitt ri-sx 1
InsurcJ age years ordinary U plan I
t Aaaaal r"aslw coaslaaaa Pasky i istn, )4ays
a Hiaml peeeaiuass caetsUa fascy a sssn, se '
, Aa si ssrataUaaf raastay, faff, yn, j "
4 aaaail aaisusss caasiaa, f iff tftn.ti '
at AiHaaabl aAaftasjauaM C4bBIb1bWSsbI araiBiBeaT SaS VIbbIsbSSV lav '
Loeiai fit ssswaads Hiassak aaaary, SaVssa
f OTrCE AAsreUa date I wist not U
mass aaainet stse AKtSSirV
11 tar dut
JJ W. SEVERANCE,
)i6 CALtroRNtA St., Cal., (Room No. 4 )
IIAWAtlAX CIIXSUL ,C VIIIIMISSIIIX
TTARNDEN ft Co.
117 ft ttj Markrt St , tAN Francisco,
tlf.XEIlAL VVIIIJIIASIMI Allf.XTS AXII
Vomintmuton Merchant. 1
PRANK II, AUSTIN ft Co.,
OmcR Na w CsLirosNiA Street, S. F.,
COMMISHWX AOf.XTS X fllllWAIIII'
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
Thelstjrkes warranted and sales guaranteed 4
CHARLES BREWER & Co,
1; Kimv Rthirt, IIoitoh,
Alir.Nts or HAWAIIAN VAVKKTS,
fr-fiprnf Vommlmlnn fffrif.
Sprclal attention R.ten to lh purchastntc cf Kowdi for
v im-aiuii iiaur. r rcK"t www rale.
PIANOS AKD ORGANS I
to,tMJO lUnon; t,om Organs J nave half f bay of the
ikuniiMiuinii ifoni j q si WO J CftSn, rttd,
or MaUUimriH l catafogjucs free.
ANTISKI.U oner Market and Powell, fan Vnxn
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rales.
Ofllrc IOX Front Strert, San Frttnctro, Col.
pALMER & REY.
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS,
The largest and only complete Tpr Foundry and
1 'rimers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
105 and 107 LeldesdorfT and
519 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO. CAI-
e keep on hand the largwt stock of American Fancy
Type ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock nf MtUer & Rich
ard's Scotch Type; andean
furnish, at snort notice,
Anything in the Printer, line,
from a Bodkin to a Cylinder Press. We have a large
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all makes and sires. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses, Cot t re II and
Itabcock Presses; aIo Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, (jordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Baxter steam engines, which are just the thing for
Ir.mers, luent water iuocers, uem iapcr t utters,
and a full line of .Sanborn's bookbinders
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless I Vint Ing Inks are considered the best In
uw- Mate you used our Perfection plates?
They, sate editorial wurk and composi.
(ion, and therefore save money,
aftsTSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Kkubmber No house on this coast can compete with
u in qiMiuy ui iouus.
Chicago oflTice 178 Monroe street.
AWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Oa Firt-ctas securities, fir long or short periods.
a ...J., ia wr 1 i-.iivt.Xt tt ' . .. .
Office tjucen Street, over G. W. .Macfarbne A Co. -481!
X7AILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
Ileit Quality of I'iiiii Manufactured Con
All orders filled with dispatch.
E. H. Bailey.
The subscribers, finding their previous space totally in-
Cuic iu uury vn iiieir urgciy incTeasmg
usiness, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, in order to facilitate
s the showing vf an im
mense stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
Special attention is called to the blowing
exhibits now on hand :m
NEW PARAGON RANGES,
Suitable fur plantation u-e. ih. ceWUaled " NIMIILE
STOVE" and "11AUY MAY R,NCE.
set in btkk, ith hot water attachments t Copper lo
ers, of every description, nude to order
is aii iue-wau ni, iron l
Urass Cocks and fittings ; also
A nw rtyU of kwlic lUter.
It Is not necessary to enumerate our sirxkofTIN-
WAKr as we are prepare.! to luipiJy every
wttcU (n the trade, snd at rKlCES
TO bUITTHE TIMtS.
K. ft Co. thanV their latrons for the liberal suwxwt
aordel tltero during )te past fuur -cais. and tit tbe
same lime wuuld state that they are now In a better
position than ever tu esecuie orders In tbeir bne of trade.
Orders from the other Islands tilled and promptly
rKAnTHISt 11IK UNDEKSIOKED KAV-
sTV inir made crrlaiu irnuruvetnents tn the ananire
uscui anu consiruciiun riuci m a sptscc ior
Stcani Ilsjdcrs which effects a considerable saving of
t ueU Is wtlUng ta guarantee all work cnirustoj to nisn.
Addres E. OaaUy, U7 Jw St
TNOWLES STBAM AND VACUUM
C, BREWER & Ctf,, AGENTS.
ig on hand a lull and complete Mock W the
abuve celebrated bumps, lust received ittAmr Trnttuf
Utratcd pumps. Just ri
Hon, guarantee th
irusn shision, e guaranice litem 10 i CDaraprr aaa
,.. ...-" . . i " . . . a
ton. ii r
better tban any uher U)U of puau laipurtcd. We U
(he tu tent tun of planters panlctsbuly to the Vacuum
ta uicrumn os piawers panicsuariy so io vacuum
Fxuud. wbkh is the least cosnrJuaUcd and tour vcrvica-
e a .1' .!.. " ..
KQT1CE.-E. C. PAKE, 65 MEKCIUNrS
Lachaoge, U tb only auilWcueU Agent of ih
Ma" La SeUl FraCaTiAfn. TaM UaTlTHUaV PlCmJI CAA
always be seen on We in hb 6
NOTICErrom and aAer ltd. date Wong Leoog
only Is authoriatd to sign she ftras aaase of Wong
WuQ AlVII Akoma,
Deceastjer en. Mj.
NOTICE.-Mr. laeauas Rata WaSee ka, tata ski.
dayaatlatadasaruaWaf vawtias. '
Tl . M7naLlA4VMCa
Haawtil,, Jaaawry i, m, i.trn
IANTBas By a young ssaa who U not cicnaied
yV-. &"atr. -ns,li.raiei M that slayj U
Ifff iJtt U!4.11 "WW- Asa J, 8.
SlSHOf. Soausula. le-y
AT TIIF. OLD STAND NUHI1ER t KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PMlMBIsNG IN ALL ITS IIKANCIIHS.
rArtesUn Well Pipt-ilYtiut.
Stoves and Ranges
Untie Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-lop, Talacc.
Flora, May, Contest, Crand Prlre, New RlraL
Opera, Derlor, Wren, tWIr, Os-psy, Qneen,
I'ansjr, Army Ranges, Mifna Chans,
Duck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
m-da, Eclipse, Charter Oalr,
Nimble, Inwooit and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER liOILERS
JOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvafiized iron water Pipe, all tire,, and
laid on at lowest rates, alto cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House Frornislilac Gooda, all klada.
All sires and grades. Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
tamps, Galranired Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, Marble slabs
and bo Is, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS ,
CX BARK KALAKAUA
AKO RARRNTIHR BLLA,
Goldaa Gata Extras Fssrsilr aad
Cases IIRAWN. Cases I1AC0N,
Cases WIIHTAKER STAR IIAMS,
, i ., "ALES OF HAY, Ad, AC,
Just to liand, and for sale by
"" BOLLE8 CO.
OTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Just arrived by barkentlne Ella, from San Franclsc.
) CARRIAGE MARES,
i VERY FINE STALLION
One very fine Thoroughbred DULL, l jean old ; one
searling HULI half Jersey and hall Durham : one
fine gentle MILCH COW, half Jersey and halt Dur
ham, and one very fine DURHASi COW, all of which
are lor sale.
Apply personally to me, or by letter through P. O.
Bo M'. Honolulu. J. N. WRIGHT.
TsJEW SHOP Al
1 Ktof street,
BlAclumitl.iAc aad Canit Whip,
T. 11. MURRAV, Manager.
Horses promptly shod. In the best manner; Carriage
pwniinr uy comnciem worKmen. iry our new
shop, two doors front Maunakea street
'HB STATE INVESTMENT
Tlr auaa Maria laanraato Clasayy
Or CAUrORMIA, Vx
Having established an a, ency here, the undersigned is
authorised to accept risks against
Fisk on nuautNOS,
Marin Xitil n I'ltull, CarfMl, MirxkoMjlu, Ew,
Losses promptly adjusted and payable here. Terns,
liberal. (;) 'k. W. LAINE.
"pHB PACIFIC MUTUAL
Ian. uMirsuuK oosspajnr
ltcsire 19 call the paiticuUf attcntloo of everybody l
TONTINE INVtSTUrNT POLICIES,
Which contain the " InditpuiatJe CUum !"
No KessrUtluns on Travel or Hesaleace.
free (rv Danger uf FiatsssaM,
AUoThk Dimmit EHuowRtRHr I"ollCT, and lb Ms
lual lascstuseU HoUcy.
This Is one 0 the most, reliable cwmmnles esiam
nas iw wymwuw, anu lew etnsais. oessse, aa saw
proaiutly J acts twiieslly and lauly by alt.
for funhef snigrnursou. wrise to. or call oss
C. W. LAINK,
11711 General Agsns fur Use Haaaaaa Meajts
Foa iVerAsia oa PssMAaaar
If -t4 ttuafltw. hKwW
Pnt,-7-Ak,m tmm tTlflln6JgW'
Ms MMP -W w
fowler a (a.
n --" ' 1 I" 1aJaa-aja.
OOUmWa WUisAM. UI rWCAASwalUS
"t ' 11 .. W f . ,A . .-. v fi f . Vt'? W