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VOI AIM li III, NUMMKR 2
HONOLULU, H. J., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10 1SS3.
WHOLE NUMBER 128
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TO THE TRADE WIND.
(Written forth Satlrhav I'siw.,
Urave hrrti-el from lh wids Orient' farthest Vcrs
Thy r.tt4 win, ruth fannM the vastly dep,
fretting til MllWs Into foaming surge
With the nwift rushing nf thine onward sweep.
'I Uy sturdy hrMth come a a Massing here,
A gonial recompense fur tropin inn (
Willi Ihee. tto deadly Ii"MitrriC wq fear J
Without thine aid, life's puNrt sluggish tun
Of health the hnrhinger. thou gift God I
Ills iir. thy voiced), tver singing chant,
While wrjU twny graceful to thv will, nod hnl -
All Nature waiter to greet thee, fnhtlitit.
Doth pUlding man err lift Ms thoughts alute
'lo own thy daily wIiim-m of God's hive?
N. Kohali, llnwnll, Jan. i88j. It. L. s.
KEMINISCENCES 01' HONOLULU.
One of the few 1ut most lliormiuli fnlltircii
In (lie line of I'rritcxt.int Miwon, was. th.it sent
from Honolulu to the Mnrtiia. Ishml.
Twenty-five )c.irs ngo It wnj tlioiii;lit to lie in
tlic full tide of sitcccsfut experiment, but to
day It I ncscr mentioned. The foreign niiv
slonnrle-e. li.ivc been vtiiriilravtit, unit (if tlic- na
ils c ltnv.nlinn toinc nrc rcK)rled to liive
given uji nil iirnfminn of Christianity and
jilunccil madly into the dcbaticliery and licalli
cnistti of tlicir Mirrtruiiiliiip. On the 1st of
May, 1857, the Morning .S7,-(tli fir.t of tint
name) left ttiU port for the Marrpicvn, taLing
a delegate from the Hawaiian Missioniry
Society the Kcv. J, S. Kmcrson and the lion.
Mr. Namakcha, while J. K. Chimbcrlain went
oj n iumcnr;cr. Kcv, Mr, Kaukati mid wife
were tint a mi..ion.itits. The vessel returned
here on the I Itli of July, ami on Sunday even
ing the 12th, Mr. Kmerson'H report to the
directors of the society was. read before n pub
lic meeting; In l-'ort-strcct Church. At the
same time remarks were made by Mr, James
llickncll (now the Kcv. Mr. Ilickncll of Ha-maku-i,
Hawaii), who had been laboring as n
missionary upon the Marquesas for four )ears.
The Impression received from this meeting was
a most hopeful one. Said Mr. Kmerson, in
speaking cf former missionary failures In those
Islands: "The former was a time of trial and
sadness, and of heart-searching""; but now Is
the time of enlargement, of activity, of jo)fuI
hope." Alas I where is the fruition?
The fruit of the mango, now co abundant
In and alwut this city, was rather rare twenty
five jears ago; and in June, 1S57, owing to an
untimely death that was attributed to eating
the unripe fruit, many people imbibed a preju
dice against it that lasted for )cars. Avery
interesting daughter of Dr. Judd, about l-Icmii
years old, died after an illness of only four
days, from eating unripe mangoes, in spite of
all that prompt mcilicnl skill could do.
In the month of July 'of this car we had a
visitation of influenza, accompanied with low
fever (commonly called "boohoo" fever).
Very many among the foreign population were
attacked, and it prevailed extensively among
the natives, death not infrequently resulting
with the latter, from disKsing causes. Among
these was John Young (Kcoui Ana) the Minister
of the Interior, aged only 47. Mr. Young was
the son of John Young, the Knglish Imatsuain,
who was the trusted friend and companion of
Kamchamcha I., and was liorn at Kawaihae,
Hawaii, March 12, 1810. His mother was a
chiefess of high rank. Throughout his life he
was the bosom friend of Kamihamaha III,
and held in succession the offices of Governor
of Maui, Kuhina Nui or 1'rcmicr, and Minister
of the Interior. Tall and well shaped, with
handsome features, his appearance was really
noble, and his mien and manner were full of
grace and natural gentility. Hut unfortunately,
like his friend the King, he had impaired a
naturally strong constitution by'thc free vise of
ardent spirits, and the influenza found him an
cosy victim, lie was the uncle of the Queen
August 7th, the Meriting Star sailed for
Micronesia, taking as Missionaries the Key,
Hiram Itingham, Jr., and wife on their first
voyage to the heathen. The Kqv. P. J, Gu
lick went as delegate of the Hawaiian Hoard.
August 2d, died Mrs. U. M. Rogers, widow
of Mr. 12. II. Rogers, mission printer, aged
56; and on the 14th Mrs. Mary K, Clark,
wife of the Kcv. K, V, Clark, aged 51.
July 17th, at lloxford, Mass., died Stephen
Rcj nolds, aged about 70, for many years
from 1820 to 1855 a prominent merchant In
Honolulu. His place of business was a coral
building .that stood north of the Sailors' Home,
and. back front Nuuanu street. When I first
arrived here, some ten years before his death,
he w a j considered one of the w ealthiest among
the residents, but from bad debts and other
causes there was little left at the last, besides
A fine farm In Massachusetts, Mr. Reynolds
was in Ids lime an active and &hrcvvd business
nan, and an earnest blend of education. He
was one of the principal founders and liberal
supporters of the Honolulu Charity School, as
it was called, that stood 011 the premises now
occupied by the Government House, and In
which many of the middle:aged men and
women of the country w ere educated, I Ie left
two daughters in Massachusetts and one son
Another death occurred from nmojg the
high chiefs on the 2d of July, resulting from
the influenza, which created a feeling of more
than usual grief among the natives of all ranks.
This was L. Konia, widow of the high chief,
A. l'jkt, whose decease I noted In a former
number, She was about 50 years of age, and
the last representative of the chicfcsscs of her
generation. Her father was Kaolcioku, whose
father, Kalaniopuu, was uncle to Kamchamclia
I, K011U was much esteemed by all wfio
knew her, not only for her urbanity and kind
ness, but for a natural dignity of manner that
alwa)s commanded respect.
, For tome reason, never fully explained, dur
ing the )cars 1856-7 there was a marked re
vival of the ancient Hawaiian KuU, or W.J-
Aua, all over the island of Oahu, Scarce a
day or a night jvasseu in and alout 1 tonolulu
without a gathering of the icople at somc.pij-
vale house or enclosure to listen to the songs
and wttucsi the so-called da-rci of professional
performers. These exhibitions were not
always nor necessarily immodest or demoralize
Ing, Many of the songs sang or chanted enj
Aooai legends or tales of ancient time ami
to were scry attractive. Hut on the other
hand there were many that were decidedly oh-
mmm in words and actions, and besides (he
InuNOtal tendeucy, they fostered idleuess
among the natives, who gathered in crowds
whenever the sound of the ifntutt hula
' drum wm haxd. When inquired of as lo the
idea which led to this revival of the huh
among the people, soinc prominent n-itives
made reply that the people had been held In
too close restraint by the missionary Inllucnce,
and tint the revival of the huh would lend to
restore the ancient vigor of the race I Hut, in
fact, the only ones who would be likely lo get
any accession of vigor were the few who did
the dancing, while ihc majority sat and looked
on. However, the result of Mime strong pro
tests, made by liolli natives and forcigneri, was
that official influence discouraged the practice,
and it soon grew Into dlsuctudc.
In the summer of 1S57 Dr. II. Hoffmann
built the brick two story store on Queen street,
between Italic & Co.'nand J.T. Watcrhouve's
store, and fitted It up as .1 drug store the
most perfect establishment of the kind ever
then seen In the lihnds.
Sugar was somewhat dearer twenty-five
years ago than now. Among my memoranda
I note that a lot of Koloa No. I, sent to San
I'ranciscn in June, 1857, brought fourteen and
a half cents per iound,
The laxity of government officials In Ihosc
days is illustrated by the fact that Ihc tables
showing the totals of government receipts and
expenditures, made up to March Jl, 1857,
were not made public until the end of July.
Here arc the figures! Total receipts (of which
foreign imports amounted to $II.,3l.8j),
$jS,ojS.S("i; total expenditures, $330,915.86.
In these were Included $30, (72.27 for civil
Hst.'and $28,291. tj for military.
Among the various Independent or volunteer
military organizations which have from time to
lime flourished and licensed In this city, ihc
"Honolulu llillcs" were undoubtedly the best
equipped, the best drilled, and the most popu
lar. In July of the scar under review a stand
of colors was presented to the company by Ihc
ladies of Honolulu, "as n mark" (said their
letter) "of our appreciation of jour worth as a
military company, as citizens and as gentle
men." This was signed by Her Majesty Queen
Hinm-i, and Mesdamcs . Dominis, G. I. I.ivv
ton, H. Coady, John II. Ilrown, A. I'. Kvcr
clt, T. Spencer, 11, V. Snow, A. J. Carlwtight,
G. A. Lithrop, J. I'. II, Marshall, C. K.
Ilishop, K. Hoffmann, C. 1 Ouillou, I). I
Gregg, W. C. I'arke and A. II. Hates. Lieu
tenant commanding, John II, Ilrown, was
deputized by the company to answer the com
munication of the ladies, which he did most
fittingly, and I may add eloquently. The temp
tation is strong to quote one paragraph:
"The proverb saycth: What the heart is
full of, the mouth speakcth; but there are mo
ments in life when the heart is too full for
speaking, and this is one of those occasions
when all genius of jioet and sage could not
embody in words the grateful, deep, and un
living sense with which your gift was received,
and vour encouragement of our crops treasured
up as a bearer for the future."
Where arc now the gallant Hides? Sic tran
sit, etc. 11. u s.
Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine for Febru
ary opens with a continuation of "Religious
denominations in the United States" ; " I'or,
eign Missionary Societies "; "Justice Warren's
Daughter " ; " Weighed and Wanting" ; while
a variety of shorter articles and poems, with
profuse illustrations, fill up an excellent num
January WiJt Awake comes freighted with
good things that shows the great effort made
by the best writers of the day to instruct and
entertain the joung. The stride which this
Magazine for our little ones is making will put
its older rival St. Nicholas to its metal lest It
be overtaken in the race. The present num
ber contains no less than twenty-eight articles
of which thirteen arc continuous subjects, and
with music and illustrations makes up a very
The International A'evir.v for January con
tains Its usual compliment of weighty, )et
deeply interesting material. L. I.. Kyre con
tributes "The American Aristocracy" ; U.K.
Waitc treats on "Corruptible Elements in the
Suflrage" another advocacy of civil service
reform w ith carefully prepared statistic tables :
II. Weight man shows the " 1'ecrage of Great
Hritain" as It exists at present, with some ac
count of the origin of several of its classes; "A
Defence of American Shipping" is conducted
by C. J. Hrockway in an able manner ; "Paul
Cert and the Jesuits " Is contributed by Win.
A. Jlcvdeckcr, while, a valuable paper on
"Traces of International Law In Ancient
China " is presented by V. A. P. Martin,
and "Currency," or the fundamental princi
ples of Monetary Science by no less a finance
authority than Honamy Price.
The Atlantic Monthly for February opAis
with a continuation of Longfellow's "Michael
Angclo," part second, cantos I to VI, "Her
bert Spencer's Theory of Education" is treated
in a scholarly manner by K. R. Sill, and the
error of a close observance of the methods en
joined by the scientist well set forth. Haw.
thornu's unfinished work "The Ancestral
Footstep," Is continued. Its subtitle, "Out
lines of an Knglish Romance " indicates fully
what the reader unsatisfactorily finds after
wading through Its sixteen pages. In "The
Story of Joseph Lesurqucs1' S. U. Turner tells
hqw this unfortunate person was wrongfully
executed in France toward, thcclosn of the last
century, for complicacy in highway robbery
and murder, notwithstanding the protests of
his innocence by those who executed the deed,
which has given foundation to a play that has
had great success Iwlh in France and Kngland,
"With the Hudson Huston Common " shows
what maybe learned of the winged messen
gers by a little cartful observation. "Walter
Savage Ijndor" by 0, K. Woodberry, is an
ardent admirer' tribute to the beauty and ex
cellence found in the classic writings of this
eminent scholar. " I'ugct Si;und " is another
of II, 1I,' celebrated descriptive bits of travel
that always gives satisfaction. The need of
reform in the United States, which recent ad
vices show to have been hastened to a success
ful termination is shown scry clearly in this
number by II. I- Nelson in his "Truths about
the Civil Service." The ".Morality of Thack.
cry and of George Elliot " as indicated in thcli
writings is forcibly presented by Maria I.ouUc
Henry, Richard drant White shows a vast
discrepancy in "Stage Rosalinds" from
Shakespeare's ideal heroine in "As You Like
It," induced, evidently, fiom the recent ap
pearance of Mrs, U-uigtry in the famous dual
character of Rosalind and Ganvmcde, that will
no doubt prove of immense value to future as
pirants to eminence in this role, of which our
own dramatic society will doubtless take note.
"Linton's History of Wood Engraving" is a
careful review of this artist's monograph on his
life- work, and supports the claims of his
method over the admitted effective new school
of the "Century prize-engravings " Other re
views of recent works arc, "Dr. Rimiuer,"
"Gcoige Sands Letters," "A Frenchman in
the United States In lS-10," "Selections from
the Poetry of Ruber! Icrrick" which show the
Carcfu) sifting ot the reviewers of this conserva
tive journal. "Litverscs and the Reapers,"
"Dear Jlamls" and "In Winter Month1'
are ixwinv that give variety loan excellent
number which closes with "The Contributor
Club H-aad the "ltaoks for the Month."
P A. Oil LA HUX
Survnyor 11 nil Civil Knitinanr,
AdJrew, HONOLULU Pwt-nirrfe. tGfrtm
A1AILUAM O. SMITH,
AVTOHNliV stT LAW,
8v MR(HANr Smrnr, Honoi i-li',
T M, DAVIDSON,
J .1 riMM.VI.'l AT l,. II,
No. 14 Merchant Strmt, Honolulu,
A rionw.v .1 r ..in;
Ami Nonry Public AltetuN nil th Ciniris of iln
tid I-ort Strkrt, Honoiuiu, t
a rioit.wiv ,t vuvshki.iahi a r 1..111:
T-HS, CUMMINOS tt MARTIN
Orricn uiknkr l--of Aim IlmnrANU Sr ,
.siriitir.o.VH A.vtt ihi.ui:iitiiw fin''
OHif lluur Unlit g A. M , and from i-3nml6.jo-8 r-.M
I NO. A.JtASSINOBIt,
Intrmok OFricn, Hafmetnu,
.tanxT n r.tKii avkmiivi.hikii:-
mrnl hi t'tmttttrt 1'itr l,al.or. 3
TNO. S. McGlTltW, M. D
J viivsititAS .in. mmor.os;
lle-ltl siretl, lx.lren Kwl ami Allien Miccts.
Kmm 7 to la a. in ; 1 lu 4, ami 6 lo 8 p m
i"lf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II PATY,
MoNoiUitr. O-Miit. II I.,
if lift flu,
,- " ... .i - ... vn.piunn.i lli 1 I'STW IVIK, Wlllt.tr
at the IS, ink uf HUliop ft Co. ,
C M, CARTER,
HONOIUIU, II, I.,
Aiwxrio taki: AvicxoniAUHii:-
vtrnt to 1'initmct lo tolntr
Office at Pacific Mail .St m nui it p Dock, I.ii(lart.iile. 15
RS McALLISTHR & GROSSMAN,
Will oki llielr olfice, for llie prewit, at the corner of
Hold ami Alal.g.l HiccK, Honolulu. 114.1111
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
iikstai. itooMS ox four srtir.r.T.
Office In Mrewer'n lllock, corner Hotel and Fori
Slrcels, entrance on Hotel Street. I
IViT IIAGAM, M, D
Honolulu, II I ,
fiivsivi.ix axii ,siiu.ii:ox. orrjvt:
lli:i foil .Slrtrl.
Office hours from 10 to la a. m., anj 3 lo 5 p. m.
Residence 195 NluLitm Street. 49
TsT D. BMEKSON, M. D.
HoNOLILU, II I.,
I'jrVSIOTAN AND SUMMON,
Thlknionk Number 149.
Office hours from 8i to 10 n. m.; iK to 3U p. m.
Office niut residence number j. Kukul strrrt.
corner Port street. 1
&4 King street,
riucriCA r. vta tcii.ua ki:u,
t And ImK.rtcr of Americun Jewelry of every dcscrip
lion. (Formerly ol San Francuco. Ohfornla.) 50
JOHN T. WATERIIOUSE,
QOKK-I SrUIKT, HONOLUIU, II. I.,
IMfOUrfAC AXII Uf.A l.r.lt IX tlKX-
er.if .TfriWinnrlivr. 1
P T. LBNEIIAN & Co.
N'UUANU SrkEKT, HONOLULU.,
IMfOllTIUtS AXlt COH.WJSSIOX MIllT-
TWTRS. A. M. MOLLIS.
No. 104 FortStrkkt, Honolulu,
fA.su ioxajiu: iiti;ss axi vi.oak-
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SUtlAJt J'AOrollS AXlt CUJIMISSIOX
,WSI. O. IKVMN.
s BREWER & Co.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islanih.
sitrrrixa axi commmssiox .itiut-
II A. r. CARTKK. I V, t. JONKS, Jr.
T-ILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 FoktStrkkt, Honolulu,
iMvonriutsAXi oka iauis jx iia -
trttrv, Vtitlt rtt TouU,
Paints and Oils, and General MerthamlUe, i
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sitir viiAXniAUts Axn vommissmox
Agents for Brand' Guns and lloinh Ianccs and Per
r' Davis' I'aln Killer. i
T AINE & Co.
IIONOIULU, H. I.
voMMisstox MtutcitAXTS j.uroit-
tern tintt Hvtttvru f i
Hay, Grain and General Produce i
Nu. 9 Merchant Stxrkt, Honolulu, H. I.,
i.uroitrr.its or u;xi:ttA l MtuttutAS
tit h from ' tatter, -KituUnttt
Germany and the Unite! States. t
n6 anii ai8 California Strrrt, S. K.,
IIIIOr.E.HA T.K UHOVKIIS.
PanlcuUi attention uM to lillins srul shipping It.
and orders. 1
T 0U1S ADLER,
Niiiisw rj Nuuanu SmmiT.
MAXVt'AVTUIll'AI AXII JIKAI.KIt JX
ilouti tmr tihuta of rvrry JlcMfrtitllun.
Ladies anj Children's wear. My stock s wutihy of
tiUctlon. ftiees very low. 31
T WILLIAMS & Co.
" los AU 104 FllRT STRRRT,
riioToiiu.t fiuv a UTisr.s.
1'icturei of alt siiei and kinds ireul. o order, and
frame, of alt detentions comtintly on hand. Also
Corals, Shell and Curiosities of lh tWinc s
A LLEN & ROUINSONJ
Honolulu, It, I.,
Jtralrrt In l.ittnlirr mul nil Minis of llti Uti
lity ilatrrlaU, faint; Oil; Xnll; rlr.,
Aeenli of kehooners
HaleaJtala, KuUraanu, Kekaulicohl, Mary Ellen,
UiUma, I'auahl and Lethk
At Uutiinsuil't Wtiarf. 1
TpHEO. II. DAVIBS & Co.,
(Lath I anion, Grrrn & Co.)
IMfOUTKK, VtmUDiSiUX MKUCIIAXI
mul -lirltl or
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriter!.
British and Foreign Mirine Insuraac. Company.
And Northern Asturanc. Company. 1
T B. SILLOWAY,
No. 79 Kisa SrKKrr,
..! I U K mul IIAUXf.SS MAKf.lt,
Mexican Saddle making a leading line.
All kinds of KUi'AIKINO DONK IX) OKDKK.
IVlce eseredingly psode rate. 110.31a
P S. PRATT & CO,
iHclfonerra limi C'amwsUefoii JtfrreAiliifa,
Ql null SrsiciT (lleavtr lloek), Honolulu.
SiwcUl allviitloa iiea lo the sale of Real and I'er
q-jtf Advanucs made on Coosignoxms.'Tll s
Shift Curptnttr, Jiir Maker and Caulkrtf
No. o tji um SrM(UlMw Honolulu Iron Wwk)
P D. C. HOWII,
IIDVHIl ,111.' (IIIX IMAn.'W,
Pai-rs Hanoki., etc.,
107 King- street, Honolulu
T EWBHS ft COOKB,
(Si-. MA.IM to Lrwrks A'OiricsoN,)
1. it font tins a si in:. 1 1,1:111 i.v ,.i.
Iirt'limt nil lAniln of lliill.llnu Main loin,
Port street, Honolulu, II, I, 1
O. HALL ft SON,
L'nrtNRH Four and Kino 5n("itt,
i.frotat:ttst nr.A mum i.v iiAiin-
uttrft I9rtf tlnml, I'ulnl,
Oil aikI General Mcrthandlftc, t
TJ W MeClinSNBY & SON,
i.r.Ainr.u, iirnnn, r.r ,. ir, ,i.v
f Vint 111 ..01, Mrirlmiiln.
ibiiI for tlii- Km si (oip Company No. 41 Queen
atreS-t, Honolulu, H. I, n
- C. COLEMAN,
, HllNliLUlU, II, I,,
lll.AUKSUIIII, JIAIIIIIXtsr, ISA It
rlnun M'iii-., Iliiiti. Nhiirtiia,
rianlallon Mneliinery, etc. Shop on King; street,
next to CflMle & Cooke s. 1
No. 8 K.-i.iliumanti street,
Tin, Coiitinr anil Slinnt Iron Worlmr,
SIOVKS AND KANOHS,
of nil LimU, FlomlicrV stock find metal, liouve furnidi.
ll'H Rood, chindelicri, lamp, etc
T M. OAT ft Co"
Honolulu, II, l
sAiir)tAKi:ns. rums or ai.i. in:-
nrrtjitlniifi uiiulrmiil rrpalrril.
iAifl In A, F, Cooke's new fire proof builjuig, foot of
HONOIULU, II. I.
rioxiuut swam vAxnr MAxurAc-
torf mut lUthrry,
IVaclIcal (onfect loner, I'aitry Cwtt Ami Hiker,
NiimUrvi Hotel street, tctwren Port nnd Nuuanii
r ENGLING & Co.,
NO. 5 iNUUANU Strhkt,
TJxsMirus axi riAtjiitiuiH, msai
rr In .Storm, ltiiHffrt Tin, 32
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, H. 1.,
ctmjtissiox MiutaitAxr axi a :.'-
t vol Ih'tttt r tn I try (looit,
Groceries Hardware, .Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery nnd Ghww.irc. 1
1T0N0LULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I..
swam i:xaixi:s, ttonuuts, suoaii
Mill, CoutrrH, Iron, lint
And Leid CistinKS. Machinery of every dcscrittion
made to order. Particular Attention mid to Slum
I the ksm 1 thing. Job work executed on the shortest no.
T II. ROGERS,
No, 9 Kaamumanu Strept, Honoluiu, H. I.,
WATCH A XJ) CLOOJC MAJUCJt,
JtvjHtirhitf a Specialty.
Ilstahlulied 1 851. 1
QJ II. MPEKAPU. (KAUKA1WA.)
WUMUKH II NUUANU bTIlEKT,
TAfLomxa of jsrjmr JJIC-
ttcrtptiim done to orttcr
Men's, boys' ami youths' work. 1
Nuhishk 64 Hotel Strkkt,
MEaths si:uvj:i at all
ItoiU'H of the tUth
Sircci tl tenn for retruLir lHt.-irilrsi. Thn nnlv aitit-i.
Lie private room 111 town for lidiev
mrs. L.C011 nejean, Proprietress.
-p H. NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 AlAUNAKKA STkKRT,
Homo Jiorhtfj,.Sfiov rrmorrtt ami all html
0$ lUathnmitn Itorc 1I0110 to onli-r,
Cnrrkme liLiktiiaF nnd rrtwiirmi? dune tiv ciiintw tent
workmen. I he bet horse slioer in the country wurL
at this place. 105-qr
Chatkk or Kilauka,
IP. II. Li:XT!tMAXAnUt.
VUItors refiuirtilir nnv unuioal dUtilavnr volcnnirnc-.
tiou will kindly five the Manager ni Ica ten das no
lire In fine weather, and from efcen to thirteen in foul.
Plenty lo eat. a routine fire, clean Ltd.. and ih ic&t
attendance on the Hawaiian Utands. 3
(- E, WILLIAMS,
Ikll-ORTKK AND DUALER IN
rvitxiTiriti: or iwiutv in:scitirrjos
If-.. r. I.-. -.. 1 r.t
aim iii'iiMnrrrrr fir.i ' tl l lifU'l Itrri.
riiniiiiirc ttarcrooms no, 109 r on Sircei. woric
khop at old stand on Hotel .Strict. All orders promptly
'lrnilrilln , -,
"""" "" .1
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
lul-OKTRKSANO DkaLKRS IN
HOOTS, SHOES, IVltSISIllXtl ooons,
Jlul., C'lii, Tl'illi.., I'dfiC,
,i-r. - I o or... I ... .1 ...
, ciiuuicrjraim Toa, ,vaunani vv aicnes, rine jew
elry, etc., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets. Hon.
olulu, H. I, ,
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
UirOHTING AND MANUrACTURINQ
sTATioxnu, xmr.s AtiKxr, ruixTtut,
Ami nuhliilier ot the Satlkiiav I'uKss.aiul 7nij.
am AtMamieniht Aiimhat. Merchant street. IfeaK
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Tojs and Fancy
,ouis, rorv sireer. near lloiei, Honolulu,
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II, I.,
IfK.1 1, KSTA TK llltOKEIt AXlt KMT.OV
Rents Room, Cottages, Houses, and lelllaml leases
K.al Kstat. tn all Ikins of tha tClnvitnin lmTiL-t.mni
found for those seeking work, tn alt ihe various branches
of business connected with these Islands. Igal flocu
iiicnts drawn. Hill Collected, Itooks and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. I'atronage solicited.
Commission moderate. 14
r VI, MACFARLANB It Co.
Qukrn SrxT, Honolulu, 1L I.
Importer, unit Ciimml.stnii Merchant..
It'ibluton'. f'lrfiroo JJulMiiic.
The Glaigovv and Honolulu Line of Packets
Johu Hay ft Co.', Liverpool Line of Packets
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, HUo
Hakaliu Plantation. Hllo
Mlrlees, Tlt ft Watson, Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
UlrORTRR AND DlULRR IN
OLA.SSUAItK.MKltlllKX SI I.V fit .'LA.
led W'nre. Itraekrl.. V,tm...
King's Combination Sictacles and kyegUsses,
Luslral Wire Ware, Faiwy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis
tols, W'ostcnhohtrs Poekct Cutlery, Powder, s,34 and
Anuuunulon, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kmd of Machine Needles. "Isanestic" larr Fashions.
Sole agent of lh unlvr-Tsally aekisos ledged
Llglit-Rtirsiln Domestic Sewing Macblue,
No. 44 Port street Houolulu.
DISHOP ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Draw Cscr.ang. on the BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
Son Francisco, and their agents u
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD SONS. LonJoa.
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION or
London, and llsslr branches tn
And transact gtami Danking Business. t
NOTlCt Neither lU Captain nor Agents of the
ll rws.li Rtia Ksr1!. lsTasssns i.n ma.fi1, V a. - .. r. . t ll . oT..
SCHALfriKU A Col. Airraid !-.t
. r --" .
U. McIHTYRB ft BROTHER,
Cor. Kind anii Fort Srs., lloxoetLU,
i.v fi'.r.ii umiti:.
(JURRH SrRRKT, lloNOLt'LU, II, I.,
iii:.m:iiai, coMJiifitiox Aonxru.
pD. HOPI'SCHLAEOHR ft Co.
lloNnLUM', Oahu, II. I.,
iHfniiif.ns axii vtniMissiox Mint.
P A. SCIIAHI'ER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanhs,
iMfoiirmis axii cmi.ui.ssiox mi:ii-
ILDBR ft Co.
Cor. Fiirt anii (jirrn Sts., Honolulu.
tAI.Ulir.lt. fAIXIft, Olt.H, XAI1.S,
mil lliill.ltiii .Uillrrlaln nf rrrry lAml. 1
P l. ADAMS,
,1 vvrioxr.r.n a xh co.um issiox jtr.it.
A S, CLEGHORN & Co.
IMIORTRR AND I)KAI K13 ttt
Corner fjneen and Kaalmmanu Street, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
(iiiRRN Strrrt, Honoiuiu, II, I,,
sir ir ciiAXtn.r.tis axii vommissio.s
Imporlersaml Dealers in General Merchandise, i
TNO. II. BROWN,"
103 IIrrktania Stroft,
1 xs rr.vron or irr.i a ttrs a xn
Orders can lie left l the Police Station.
JUT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Maker's Block, (Jcri'N Sriitr,
iMfonrr.tisAxn ntioi.r.sAi.r. tir.At..
rr. In ileneral Mrtchiiii,llne.
S. GRINBAUM Ac Co.
3M Calipornia Sr.t San Pkanciko,
ronwAHhtxa axi vommi.ssiox
5)IMi1atl rlf alill: fnr ntirl es-s .1 Isi li aiu!n.. ..!. a..
1" - imiiivuihi sat IS.HSIM1I I'SIIU lU
comig nine nt s of Iihnd protfuce. a
No. in PfiHr STktcicr, Honoluiu,
WATtutMAiaut, .nunuuut, kxiiha-
rrr, ami Dlamontl Srfter,
All orders faithfully executed. 3
T .AWRENCE & FREETII,
CO XT ItA VU U.S.
Mm,, mps. I .!...... r r. i r tif.i.. .i r
!''" mill i.-siiiii im luiiiiiicu iur .Toriti 01 vOll
htmcllon, Civil Krigineerinj; nnd Survrjing. Office,
19 and 21 Merchant street, over J, V. Kobertson V Co.
. x. i-u im. J.iT-.y
No. 114 FoRTSr.,orifMTKpAisTiiEo.v Stahlks,
hoot axo siioi:ma icrut. hoots axii
Shorn ttntttc to onter.
Of lcst material at reasonahle prices, nnd foi casS. 2
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WilOLRSALtX ANII RkTAIL
MinvaoisTs axii joiiacvoxjsts.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, a. I.
No. i3 Nuuanu Strbkt, Honolulu, M. I.,
Practical Vlumhcvs, Gas-jitters
and Coppers in it its.
Particular attention laid to the fit tint? ud of the
Springfield Gas .Machine. i
HOTEL STRKKT, HONOLULU, II. I.,
DEALEH XX JtADJlCS' AXJJ
Vent's Shoes antLVaitvrs,
Try my st oret after one transaction ou will le sure
tti come again. Kcniirihg done to order. Formerly of
San Franc isco.
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Mhrciiant Strkkt, Hosolult, II. I.,
J US T O M li G O T A XV S J I O JC
Good work: low r-rices. Kcna trine done with neat
ness and dttpatcd
xpiRa and Draynian.
Freight, Packages, and Ilaggagc delivered to and from
all iiartsol Honolulu and vicinity, larciul at
tent ion paid 10 moving Furniture, with
WAGONS KXPRUSSI.Y 10R Till. PUKPOSC.
I clephonc 86 ', residence ajs i'unOit0H 1 street.
Office 86 Ktoff street io6-tf
CEE aOPP & Co ,
37 Maunakea street,
CARI'KNTER AND FUKNI1UKP. DHiMXR.
louses built and the renairlnc of houses attended to.
Terms moderate, tta-iy
TUT PaiLLIPS & Co.
11ml WhotrMittr Jtealrm in Vlothtntt, Hoot,
Shoes, Hats, Mens's FurnUhins Goods,
Fancv Goods, etc.
No. it Kaalmmanu street
lU" F, BURGESS.
CAHVKXTKIt 11ml ItUIMUUt
All kinds of Johling prompt I y attended to.
Telephone Ny 130, Williamson's Express OlV.ce.
Shop, No. 84 Klnc street. 108
Diseases of Horses and other domesticate! Animals,
treated in the most practical and sucntific manner,
DIIIA.ILH Or THK HOOr A SPEC I A LTV.
Residence Fort street. Honolulu, where all orders
left uill receive prompt attentioiL -x
HpNOLlU'. II, I.,
uiiovtutv, rutin ash rjtorjxiox
Would like heads of families. bnrdinahoue kecir
and others to know that he at all times tell at prices
lowest of the tow. Orders solicited and good promjitly
delivered In any tart of the ciiyor suhurU. Number
King street, between Alakca ami rortbl. si-rn
AITILLIAM 0. SMITH,
Na MKHCIIANT STRKKT, HONOLULU,
(Established In l8;o.)
Surar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
bwiuui.iiuii Aiuc... uwm, .UU B4UUat
securities bought and sold on
Conuuisaton. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, 11, 1., Octoliu lit. iSSj. no-tf
rASTLE ft COOKB,
No. to, King Strrrt, lloKoeen, II 1,
Milfl'lnu -nil C'umuil.tluH Merchant.,
Importer, and Dealer, La
TIk Hitclicock K Coaiauiy's lluiuiioa.
fhe Alesander ft IUldiin llanlation.
K. Italstcad. or WaiaJiU Planlatsuu.
A. II. ain'uh ft Comuany, Koloa. Kauai.
J M, Alesander, itoilu. Maul
'Ihe Jlaiku Sugar Comtsuiy.
The Kohala bugaf toinpquy,
Th, Union lasurasvc. Ctsaspaay of Ma Prontloc-o.
The New England LU, loscuanc. Co. of BoaUw.
The Bsk. MaOHisacturisia; Cossssojiy of Boston.
ThaH.w York and Hoosh Poxiet Line.
TWM.rrtn.t's Utm, Hwsssshi aad Saa Frojulaco
. jay4su a iMa Csslctvalsti Msxtsclnes
K ." a. aosunr uaswwssi e.osnpn.
r Wlias, , 4ss; MlrWlssl l-o.
pHARLBS T. OULICK,
ACRNT TO TARR AcKftOWLRIIOMRNTS T(l l.ABOR
(ir.Nf.KAL IIUSINKSS AGKNT.
Office In Mackee'i Block at rorner fuetn ami Kaahu.
m.nu streets, Honolulu j.ty
M King Street,
Tin, riirr-, HHil.Mtret.lran H'orkrr.
I'lumUng, ga filling and til wotk in my line promptly
attended to, terms moderate.
Keiti'mber the oddrevi, otposite the, Police Station,
M King street. loo-cm
Q J..LEVBY ft. CO.,
-Wliolosaln mul Rolall Orocern,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and .rnlwns of all kinds on hand and
rceeiscii regularly ironi r.uroe ond America which
will be sold at the lowest matket rales,
floods delivered to any hart of Ihe ciiv f r,f thmnrm
Island orders solicilcd and prompt attention will I
iti.en m ine same. lli.iy
trom leong & coT,
Nuuanu SrRrrr, Cor. Marinr,
Alien!, fur Mnamit Siwar, fiilaniit Hire
And Kailua Utce Planlalion and Mill, laa.iy
I II. LYNCH, JT
88 King street,
Denlnr In ovojr tloecrlptlon of BOOTS
Ladies and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BKEH'KK cV Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. JIKKWKK A" Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
01 2an francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS.
AMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR-
tancc company 01 liamourg,
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorahle terms, t
trORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM-
M. panyol uerlln.
F. A. SC11AEFEK tV Co., AGEXTS.
'the above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, arc autnomed lo take risks against Ihe dangers
of llie Seas at llie n.rtst reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
'. A. SCIIAEFKK cV Co., Accnti.
Also agents tor the
Dresden Board of Underwriter,.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin.
'. A. SCIIACFKK cV Co., AGEXTS.
The nlativa Inciinnr-i fV mi ...-. I,-.. ,i.lt!.i , t-
rr.il AcMirvlis-rn fitul ilta ,...,... :..l . .
are authorued to take Risks acainst the dangers of the
. i mi. iihai itMiuiMLiie ibicl anu on the most la
SCHWniZHRISCHE Lt.OYD RUCK VEU
slcherungs Gesellschaft of WInterthur,
A IIACKFIZLU i Cr., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company ,,,, francs 5,000.000.000
'Hie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Iniure lJuildinRS, I-urmturc,
n,l !. l,ll. -.l . I I .1.. .l . r
ru isis,. funs, nin. rcaivra ill lilt; luruor. BtinSl IOSS
or damatfe by lire, on the most favorable terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance i.onip.uiy. iLimiteUJ
TIIEO. . DAVICS AGE XT.
tift attriVf- 9(Tsnf lia rJiA lr,.tn,ril... s
-,-... .-- .v..vu iisaii ukuuii) in
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
I urtl In Ihe I'.irific .inil 1st t-srssu iin-iil r !. . .,11
-. ..-j a...., aj .ava. pstUIVU ,V INUC JUI1
cies at the lowest rates, v,ith a ncul reduction on
iiciiis, per i.caiucrs.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCIIACFKR & Co., AGEXTS.
'1 li ciImivsw fit-It I tiisrtis,- lu-.n i... .T..L.1 .. i-. -t ,1.1.
... nuv.v ...... ...,. . -e.tl. .j-iwiiniei sijfciui ui lllll
company are prepared to Iniure risks agaimt fire on
Stone and Uriel, buildings and on Mcrcliandise stored
(tipi-fin. nn t hi nti-wf r.ivr.rl.la !.- ..,:, ..I
, .. ... ...v.. .n.v.Hu.a, IVIIUS. M. W, lA4,ls,Ulaia
apply at their office. t
ORTa-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
company 01 iiamourjj.
. HACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital and Reserve Keichsmark 8,830,000
their Reinsurance Companies. 35,000.000
The Afients of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
nlands, are remred to iniure Huildings, furniture,
A.ertlc,ndias- altil lri-Ml.i. M.irLini-tr up !....,.
and Kice Mitl. and vessels in the iarixr, acatiut Ions
ur damage by Aie, on ihe mot favorable terms. 1
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. UACKFELD c Co., Atnh.
Capital and Keere. , Keichsmark 6,a.o,ouo.
M their KeItuuraiice Companies 101,650,000
Total. .,t , Keichsmark 107,650.000
'Hie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Hlattds, are prviared to Insure lluddings. Furniture,
Merchandise ana l'rotlucr. Maditnerv. nr.. a1- Snnp
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the nuM favorable terms. 1
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
01 new York.
II ILDER & Co., AGEXTS,
lAirur.l, Safe.! Mini rno.f frniioiilfriif Life
In ;i ranee Coniininy In llie Wort it,
CASH ASSETSOVER Sooo,ooo.
For further Information concerning the Company,
and far rates of Insurance annlv inili.Ai-.iui or,..
J. K. Wisenun, Sohating Agent, i
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
I'll- Iaaanuicsi Co,
Sub.crlbeil C'iiiiiI .... $3,000,000
'Hi. above Company lav. now established an agencj-
w", .nu .,. .vpa,c(i ,u ,..e ri.ss on .op
strty of every description wlihin these
J. T. WATKRIIOUSF., Jr.,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob, Inturanc, Company.
JIISHOl'ty Co., AGENTS,
CnUiilflril liability tu Stockholder:
Assets , $)i,,j6,iao
INCUHK SOR 1(79:
Premium, received after deduction of re
insurance ,....$ J,)0J,se4
Losses promtilly adjusted and paid here. t
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
vie. ijompuy or isoaton.
CAST.K ft COOKS, ACE.VTS,
The olclcst Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United State.
J'oJfrfr. ..usnI ui Ik. miimI yurorakl. Term.
RiAsirtR or NoN-roRraiU'R rnu
Insured age 31 yearaordiitsry Isf. plan I
ISBUMSU UISBUSH SVBSSailU WOtKJ . J fOTI, Q.,
Annual premium, conttnn. Policy 4 y.an, 1, u
3 Annual ursunhjni, continss. Policy yeara, a, '
, allll.l ll SMllllMl. MWMHS rvtHJ yRSVla.
j Aaaual ssreauus, coatsnu. Policy 10 issn,st
AMttt, - $lUrZ(Wr9W.
Lossm paid through Hnoluolu Agesxy, ,.M
OTICt.-AU paitU UdU4 iAS. KICK
AKUSONafwUKalf U llie Kohlia Store. &r.
swrcby reaiuesied lo inoke lasaediaie cuyotcat t Wit,
JOAQUIN, aUUN.of KohaU, s.V is auiborisfd
la git receipts la discharge U same, and to take Uf aj
"lafi-iw" THIO. IL DAVH3 CO.
IT W. SEVERANCE,
ji CAtiroRNiASr., Cau, (Roost No. 4)
HAWAII AX COXSIII, ,t fOMMISSlOX
ARNDBN ft Co.
117 ft iiaMARKftrSr., Saw Franciko,
tir.xr.ttA 1. 1'HitrtiAst.t o a tirxrs axii
foiiim, ..,, Merchant.. 1
PRANK II, AUSTIN ft Co.,
OrricR Na ,o Cai.imirnia Strrrt, S. I'.,
(.oumi.ihiox aiiuxts ,t- rouii.tiii).
Comignments from llie Hawaiian Islands desired
l"ie.s wnrrnnini and SAI.S guarantertl 4
HARLI!S BREWER ft Co.
Kimy SrRRRT, Boston,
Attuxrs or tiAHAiiAX fAuKr.rs,
ttenerttl L'inntnl.tnn Ayeiit..
. 'lclal attention gisen to the pmtluuing of goods for
lhella.aiuntra.Ie. rieiidil al lowest rales. t
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
I0,n I'l.ino; 1,1.0 Organs; sase half j luy of the
nunufacturert i from . lo iictja ', cah, lent,
or Initalhnois ; catalogues fiee.
ANflSKM rnrnrf M.,Lt ..1 lnK.ll C- r...
d-o. ' 0
for country merchants ami mtninfr. companies and Teen
era! Com minion .Merclunt, Inturance elTectetl Tn
Koud companies at lowest rales.
IO,1 Tront Strrrt, Son iiirf( Cat.
)ALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Poundrand
Printers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast,
105 and ioj Leidesdorff and
519 Commercial streets,
SAN I'KANCISCO, CAI.
We keep on hand the largest stock of American Pancy
jj-avivi ss.-aw,ii,ts I.LUII, IVJiCUlur Willi M
most complete stock of Miller & Rich-
nrd's Scotch Type ; ami can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything In iho Printer line,
from a 1 tod kin to a Cylinder Press. We have a larce
slock of new and second lund Printing Iresses of
an manes ami sues, we are sole agents lor
Camplsell's Cylinder I'ressves, Cornell and
Habcotk I're&es: also l'eet!, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Ulster steam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, 'I uerk Water Motcrs, Gem raiier Cutters,
and a full line uf Kinborn's bookbindeis
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless IMnting Inks are considered the bct In
use. Have you used our Perfection plates?
Tlieysave editorial work and cumposi
tion, and therefore save money,
tttsrSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Kkmemuki Ko houe on this coast can compete with
ui in (juahty of goods.
Chicago office 178 Monroe street.
AWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Lompan), (Limited )
On Fiist -class securities for lonff or short periods.
Apply to W. I. OKKKN, .Manager fro Urn.
Office Queen Street, over O. W. Macfarlane & Co.-8ll
AII-AILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
Ile.t Quality uf filial Manufactured Cll-
.ttliilly. All orders filled with di.ialch.
8 E. H. Bailey.
KNOWLES' STEAM AND VACUUM
C. HA'Elt'EK & Co., AGENTS.
Having on hand a full and complete stock of the
ahote celebrated pumps, just received uerAmjr Tutntt
trom Itoslon, we gulrantee them to be cheaiier and
Ullcf tlian any other style of pump imported. We call
Ihe attention of planters particularly to the Vacuum
l'ump, which Is Ihe least complicated and more scrvlca.
Lie than other pumps 15 if
N01ICE.-K. C. DAKK, 6s MERCHANTS
Lschange, is the only authorized Agent of Ihe
I'u.a. In lm. .' . .. t -L-. . .. ...
.... ... .mii 1 idiiiucu. , tic oArviciMY i ansa can
ala)s be scenon file in hi office. 6
"pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
I OR SKITING IN 1IRICK.
G. HXGLIXG st- Co.,
X'e. J Xanana St., Ilonol.l., It. 1.
Sole agents fur these Islands. The best cooling ap
uralus for Ihc I'lanlalion, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTURES such a
ol HiiOi- Holler.,
Always In stock,
n fur setting ur,
Ksplicit direction fur setting up accomiuny every
Circulars anj Prices on application, ut-qr
N01 ICIl-Mr. Thomas Rain Walker Us been this
day admitted as a member of our firm.
UIEO. 11. DAVIES4 CO.
Honolulu, January 1, i88 xty. 1 m
G. lSNflLlNG tt Co.,
No. J, A'..amt St., llemol.lm II. ,,
Sole agents for rhese Islands. A full line of the
and ' Sufierlor
and Flslures for the same alwsts in stock.
JOil WORK I'HOMI'ILY DONK.
Talaphou No, 211. t-ir
yUK LATKST NOVKI.TV.
THIUVTKH OF IIAHAIIAX IKllSf,
A Souvenir of the Season, by Ixxal Writers,
' LaluIrm,,, Waianac."
and "Hawaii Kei."
I'UllLISllEI) ll' THOS, 0. THKU.M.
I'rlre, 0(1 CVnl, Each. in
T V, WANGEN1IE1M,
.II'I'LK (IIIIEII, ltXllf.lt UEBH,
Anu NoN-Alcenioiic IlariRACR,,
IkretonU Street, bet. Kwl Street and Garden tan.
.IfrrifiiMtc ami Animal for IHHlt
Is now ready fur delivery.
I'rtce. . joceultcachl MiiledaUoaJ.,,,cucto
IK- THOS. 0. THRUM. Publisher.
UMCrUL CHIN'lvSK UOVS-Tw.lv. cUlars pee
sooth. CAVKNAUHS AGKNCY, No.
Mug sueet. m
RAISING AND CUKKANTC-SUL1ANA KA1.
sui and Zoml Csnianss In pouiol uacko
st, rwa and tnoh. rf osj, by Maw h Cv I"
AT THK dl.l) STAND. NUMBKR I KAA-
SHEET IRON WORKER,
I'l.UMIlhNG IN ALL ITS UUANCHia.
t Artesian Well Pipe-ail sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tiptop, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Prlie, New Rival,
0ra, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Msgna Oiatta,
Duck, Superior, Magnet, OKeola, Ala.
meda, Eclipse, Chatter Oalc,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER IIOH.ERS
rOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Heruas Furnlahliiii Good, nil bind.
All sire, and grades, njfl and Force Pumps. Cistern
Iump., Galvanised Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets. Marble slab,
and bowl, enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS,
W BAKK KALAKAUA
AMU OARSNTINR RLLA,
Golden Gats, Extra FamUy and
lii.es IIKAWN, Cases HACON,
Cases WIIIITAKER STAR HAMS,
i .. v ., '.A1.KS0F HAY.aC, a
Just to hand, and for sale by
"V'f BOULuES X CO.
QOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made Expressly for these Islands ;
Bucklo Don Pedrosv,
Bnokln Dirt Exolndara,
Io Waoatssr TitM.
CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
Flush Clove Tot,
lirogan. new line,
ladies' Pebble Hulton Cn(uet Sliocs,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, etc
lly Ihe Sues I have received a slock of ladies' and
Gems and Children', SHOES, etc,-manufactured to
my order for this market.
jr. it. hvxcti,
Na 83 Kma strrrt , Honolulu
EW SHOP Al
js King- street,
BUcauaalthlng and Carrlaojss Shay.
T. II. MURRAY, Manager
Horses promptly shod, tn the bet manner; Carriage
painting; by competent workmen. 'Iry our new
shop, two doors from Maunakea street.
yllE STATE INVESTMENT
Flrss amd Marina ousvsnarajaoa OoaspavBjr
Having established an agency here, the undersigned Is
authorised to accept risks against
Kirk ok IluiLDmru,
.lAiriV Rt,k, tn I'tiul,, C.rem, MenlUmllu, Etc.
laxses proiniy adjusted and payable here. Term,
liberal. (it;) R. V. IINE.
'TMIB PACIPIC MUTUAL
EirE IMSUSUSitCE OOSfPAUT
Deslr. lo call ihe particular attention of eterybody la
TONTINE INVESTMENT l'OLICIKS,
Which coiuala lh ".IrulispuuUe Clause f
No Reslliclions on Tiavel or Kesld.nce.
Ire. from Danger of twfeilur.
AUoTiir UarosiT Emlowwrxt I'oucv, and U M.
tuol lavcsttnaiit Pulsvy.
HiU Is on. of th. most reluble companies esiant
lua no superior, and few e.jiuls. bellies all clsuu,
pionipily ; acts honeah and fairly by all.
For further Infuf mottoa, writ, to, or call on
. ,. . . w l-AINK,
li; If (neial Agent foe Ihe llawoilaw liltnd.
Foi PuarAsci on Psiuarrrt
t f.sH lenith,; 14 lb, to th. yartL iut rtsnlW
per VA, , Aterom rrosn UvcmhL Apply 10 W
I. Ginn. or fi W. Macfailane Co.. ArviaV L. loo.
Kowlar at Co.
M'SOU SALl?, IN UOXLS OK SMALL
.- Packages, tor sal, by assslM k Co. 111
One or two nLLra. Bull, fur aitn.liAV eklLi... ..I
asOsunce in lis, rwusshoU. Apply u As. a SJssmI
inrsel. ' laa-sl
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