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VOLUME III, NUMBER 29.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1SS3.
WHOLE iNUMBER 133
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TIIOS. O. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
F.. C. DAKE Is the only authorised agent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office It at Kaahumanu Hreeti Ed
Itorlal roomi at to Port trert,
A'EMNSCENCES OF HONOLULU.
Tlic boldest ami most successful rolilxrrlcs
ever .iccomplislicil in I lonolulu, occurred on
the nlfilit of Sunday, March IS, 1S58. The
community was statllctl when it was known
eatly on Monday morning that the Custom
I louse, the coral building on Queen street now
occupied as n ticc mill, had lieen entered
during the night and ten thousand dollars in
coin stolen therefrom. The facts In the rase,
which were soon on cscry laxly' lips, were
these! Mr. Warren Goodale, the Collector
Central of Customs, who is now a sugar plant
er in the district of Kau, Hawaii) kept a smal
iron safe in his office, in the second story of
the building, in which it was his custom to tem
porarily keep the money received for duties
and other custom receipts, until such time as
they were removed to the vault on the ground
floor, or to the Government Treasury. The
key of this safe the Collector always carried in
his ioekct. On Saturday afternoon, the Cus
tom House was closed at the usual hour. On
Sunday morning, Mr. Goodale, who Used in the
valley, changed his clothes, hanging the pants
containing the key of the safe, with other cloth
ing, in his bedroom. The family attended
church during the day and the esening sets ice
as well, up to scscn o'clock nothing appearing
to hate been disturled. llul sometime after
returning from church in the ctening, upon go
ing into the liedroom, which opened upon the
tcranda, Mr. Goodale discotired that several
articles of clothing were gone from the hooks
upon which they had been hung. Going out
upon the veranda, a ockct handkerchief and
a test were found, and on the grass in front
were two coats and two pairs of pants. One
pair of these pants had contained the key of the
office safe, which was now missing. Mr.
Goodale Immediately hastened into town and
proceeded to the Police Station, whence, ac
companicd by the Sheriff, 11. S. Swinton and
several xticemcn, the patty proceeded to the
Custom House. They first went round the
building, seeing nothing to create suspicion.
There was always an armed sentry stationed in
front of the building'and he being (ucslioncd,
declared that he had seen -or heard nothing
unusual during the evening. Mr. Goodale had
a key to the front door, which being opened
the party proceeded up stairs, where every
thing was found as usual until the Collector's
room was reached, on the mauka side of the
building, when it became at once apparent
that thieves had txren there. The safe was
open, and the bags w liich had contained the
coin, mostly in twenty-dollar gold pieces, hail
been emptied and lay scattered about the floor.
Matches lay alwut, but there were no traces of
a candle. The iron shutter of the office
window was unfastened, and near by lay a
large hammer, such as coopers use, and a ball
of twine. The twine was unwound from the
lull to a sufficient length as was afterwards
ascertained to reach from the window to the
ground outside. A cargo of coal was piled
against the northern end of the building, near
ly to a level with the second-story end door
and window, and over this coat a person could
easily descend to the ground. This iron door
and window were unfastened, as was the ma
uka door on the ground floor, thus affording
two means of exit to the burglars. The night
was a fine one, the nearly full moon being un
clouded, a fact that showed tth the boldness
of the thieves and the usclcssness of the sentry.
The theory most generally accepted by our
citizens was that the robbery was the work of
experienced hands; that one of the thieves had
been secreted in the building on Saturday,
while another had procured the key of the safe
on Sunday night. This was received by the
one inside by means of the twine, through the
window, while the other kept watch outside.
This was the first robbery of any amount which
had ever occurred here, and caused a sense of
alarm and insecurity among our merchants.
The fact that il happened in a got eminent
building, guarded by a detachment of the Ha
waiian army, was held as proof that private
parties could expect but little in the way of
protection from government. Neither the
thieves nor the money was ever seen or heard of
after, though a reward of a thousand dollars
was offered by the Marshal, largely supple
mented by the citirens. Suspicion vaguely
pointed to scteral persons in town, but nothing
tangible cter came to light, and' the Custom
House robbery of 1858, which created such a
sensation in the community at the time and
was the cause of public meetings and the ap
pointment of committees, remains to-day as
much of a mystery as it was twenty-four tears
Early in April, 185S, a two-story coral stone
itorc, that for thirty-one tears had stood nearly
on the site of what Is now the corner of Queen
and Kaahumanu streets, was demolished to
make room for the erection by k. C. J anion of
the fire-proof block now occupied by Hon. A.
S. Clcghorn. The old building had been for
many scats a prominent object, a landmark,
being the first large slrcsl store ever put up in
the town. Its builders were Messrs Andrew
Auld and James Kuddack, who at that date
(1S71) were the principal house-carpenters and
builders in the place. Mr, Charlton, the
Vritlth Consul, owned the land, and proposed
to butld the walls of aJele unburnt brick,
dried in the sun but in the course of erection
a heavy rain storm caused the mud walls to
tumble, and then it was concluded to build
them of coral stone. The coral blocks, hewn
by natives from the revf, cost in those di)S
about 3S cents each. After completion, the
building was used by Mr. Charlton as a Consu
lar office and store until 1837, in which jiar he
was succeeded by Mr, Henry Skinner. Af
ter Skinner, Mr I-eidesJortl, one of the
Itin Francisco, pioneer merchants, and for
whom one of the streets of that city was named,
occupied the building for a time, while dis
posing of a cargo of merchandise. Then Mr,
John Kobson was its tenant, a representative
John Mull merchant. He was short and stout,
with a rubicund countenance, a man of very
few words and fewer associates, very precise In
drcM and maimer, and gate one the impression
tail ac considered himself to be immeasurably
above his surroundings. After Kobson relumed
(0 England, presumably a rich man, V, V,
Tboaspteo, occupied the upper story of the
kmUiiog as an auction room, for ,ulte a
period, during which hc'.took A. II. Howe asa
partner. The lower tart was occupied by
C. A, Williams A. Co., a New Indon whale-
ships agency, and last of all, by Allen & Co.
(W. I'. Si S. C.) A notable circumstance was
the fact that Mr. Auld, whoatsitteil In putting
up the old building in 1817, should also lie
cmplotcd thirty-one years afterwards lo pull it
During the) cars 1S55 to tSjS, burglaries
and petty larcenies were of frerpient occurrence
in Honolulu, to an extent not dreamed oftn
these days. In view of the fact that the popu
lation was then very much under that of the
present time, the prevalence of these crimes
may lc accounted for in several ways. Sum
mary justice by vigilance committees had
driven many of the (ramp class from Califor
nia; communication lwtwcen the Islands and
Australia was frequent, and ex-conticts found
their way here; and there wasalwaysasprink
ling of deserters from the whale-ships who
managed lo elude capture, lies ides there were
lots ofctty thieves among the discharged
Chinese coolies. I icmemlwr that for several
months In 1858, on an average two burglaries
a week were rqsorteil, and in the large majori
ty of cases no arrests were ever made.
The "Spring season " of 1858 was an un
usually brisk one. Ten whaling vessels, large
and small, owned and fitted here, were cnl to
the Northern whaling grounds. One hundred
and thirty-one foreign whale shis recruited at
the Islands, en route for the North. Some
14,000 barrels of oil were transhipped here for
The sugar planting business was also con
sidered to lc decidedly "looking up" in this
year. The figures however, will look extreme
ly small alongside those of to-day. The csti-
mated crop of sugar alwut which our planters
bragged no little in 1858, was about 1,000
tons from Hawaii, 30010ns; Kauai, 40010ns;
Maui, 300 tons.
During the nronthofMay, the late C. II.
Lowers, subsequently of the firm of Lowers &
Dickson, founders of the present house of
Lowers ,v Cooke, creeled an icc-housc"
the wharf, foot of Nuuanu street, almut on the
spot now occupied by A. F. Cooke's stone
warehouse. The ice-house was built ol wood,
double-sided, the space between the sides be
ing filled with charcoal, ns a non-conductor of
heat. The ice was to be brought from Uoston,
and the first shipment of 400 tons was received
per ship Mountain Wave, on the 14th of the
following October. Of course, every one that
could afford it went in for the novel luxury,
which was retailed at 25 cents per pound. Hut
after a time, and the receipt of several large
shipments, I judge that it was found to be a
losing business, from the fact that it was dis
continued. In the earlier days of Honolulu history, we
residents were not a little addicted to the per
titration of practical jokes for the reason,
probably, that, the demands of business affairs
were not so exacting as to occupy all their
time. Among other good sized jokes was the
establishment in this city, in 1858, of a branch
of so-called "Ancient and Honorable Order of
E Clampsus Vitus," of which one E.J.Smith
was the "M. V. D. G. E. C. V." It was
really a huge sell, and intended at once to sati
rize secret orders and to afford, in the initia
tion of neophitcs, unbounded fun lo the lovers
of a practical joke. I think there are yet one
or two residents here who may indulge a smile
at this " Reminiscence. " it. L. s.
The February number of the Supir Cane
is at hand, and contains twelve articles on
topics of immediate or indirect interest to
sugar planters and sugar dealers. The Eng
lish, American and German sugar markets are
considered; nnd the most strongly marked
features of the industry during lSS2, both in
regard to its agricultural and its commercial
importance, are clearly pointed out.
The Overland lot March is delicately litera
ry, mildly historical and hesitatingly scientific.
Milllccnt Shinn has some pretty verses en
titled "When My Ship Comes In." Her
brother Charles writes of Oxford in 149S.
F. W. Morse writes of "The Winged Phyllox
era in California," and treats it entertaining
ly, in the spirit of the facts made-known by
the latest research of French, Australian and
California!! scientists. The editorials are, as
usual, worth reading; the book reviews, as
usual, more like the necessarily unsatisfactory
"notices" of newspa)ers than the carefully
considered critical study of the best Eastern
magazines. Among the contributors are Pro
fessor Martin Kellogg, Josephine Clifford
F. F, Victor, and several others less known.
A half length profile portrait of GamK-tta is
the frontispiece for the March Century, In
the brief semi-historical biography of the dead
leader, which occupies fifteen entertaining
pages, is a portrait of Gambctta's father. The
serials by Mrs. llurnctt and Mr. I low ells arc
continued, and that by Mary Hallock Foote is
concluded. The number contains a fragment
ary poem by Ilryant, written in memory of his
wife and hitherto unpublished. It makes an
interesting addition to the six or seven other
poems known to hate been written by him in
her honor, "The End of Foreign Dominion
in Louisiana" is an interestingly instructive
article by George W. Cable, tracing the chain
of circumstances which led through the six
changes of rule, olitical and commercial,
from 1712 to 1S0J, culminating in the transfer
from France to the United States in the year
last named. John Ilurroughs writes of "Signs
and Seasons" with his usual charming insight
into Nature's moods and manners. Leonard
llacon, Edward Eggleston, Julia C. Dorr, II.
1 1. and that truest of Californlan poets, Ina 1),
Coolbrilh, arc among the contributors.
St, Nieholai has done so much for the
young generation of American leaders that one
U alwats at a loss for words fitly lo character
ire its ercnnial charm. If ,V. Niehetat had
been merely so pood as it Is without causing
an Improvement in older children's maguincs,
all the boys and girls in the land would hate
less to thank it lor than they have. As it Is,
St, NieMat has made H'iJe Await quite as
good, in a different way, through sheer force
of example; just as the Century, while it
was SenbntrU Monthly, brought up the litera
ry and artistic standard of jrfer'i. It Is now
uilncutl to determine which of the four maga
zines is the best of its kinds in current periodi
cal literature, A comparision Utween the
March numbers of II iJe Auuie and St,
NieAohi would probably result in a tcrdlct
from the very young folks for the former, and
from older boys and girls for the latter.
There Is an article in the Vofular Seiesee
Monthly for March, copied from the Vwft"
tioiur, which ought to be useful to house
wives, whether it is or is not tog abstruse for
general reading. It is entitled "A Few
Words about Ealing," and is cast in the form
of a dialogue between a clergsinan and a phy
sician. "Sewage at the Seaside" is another
article of great general value, and of stK-cial
interest to those who lute at heart the sanitary
well-being of Honolulu. The number contains
fourteen pajwrt, exclusive ol the regular de
partments. The double number of the nltrnatioxjl
AVtiVte for February-March contains ten
papers of which the first is "Protection to
American Art," by Thomas Donaldson; and
the most sensational is "The Divine Right of
Divorce," by Edward Qulncy, Jr.
ILLtAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHXEV AT I. A V,
1 MawilANT Strrrt, HoNOllLt', so
UT R. CASTLE,
ATTOHXF.Y AT t.AW,
(And Notary Public. Attends all ihe Courts of the
66 Pout SrRRtr, Honolulu, 1
ATTitnsv.Y a covxsF.i.t.tm at i.aiy.
ATTOItXF.V AT law,
No 41 Merchant Smut, Honolulu, II I.
118.3m INeitdoorloU F llickerton'slaw office.)
RS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
Omen cornrr FoT Ann Hrrktania Sts .
sirtitii:oxs axii iimtir.r.tTiitc rnr-
Office I lours Until 0 a. M., and from r-j and 6:30-8 r.H.
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Intrrior Orncr, Honolulu,
Aiir.xT 70 t.ik: ackxowlf.ihii:-
utent to Contract fnr lMhor. 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, mTd!
I'll YS1CIAX unit SintllKOX,
Hotel street, lietween fort and AUkea streets.
From 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
''f Telephone No. 1&4.
JOHN II. PATY,
HoNOIULU, OAIIU, II. I.,
.vii r. 1 HYvvni.wASti commissioxf.ii
For the Stales of California and New Votlt. Office
at the HanV of Huhop K. Co. 1
O M, CARTER,
HoHOLlLl-, II. I.,
AOV.XT TO TAKi: ACKSIHYLKlHli:.
inrnf to Contractu to Ltllior.
Office at Pacific Mail Sleamhip Dock, F.'pljnade. 15
J M. WHITNEY. M. D D. D. s!
Honolulu, II. I.,
ltKXTAI, UOttMS OX FOllT STHKKT.
Office in llrener llloctt, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
IIAOAN, M. D
IIONOLt'Ll', II. I,,
vtiYsiatAX Axn svn:ii:ox. ovvitn:
lOtl fort Stmt.
Office hours from 10 to 12 a. m., and 3 10 j p. m.
Residence las Nuuanu Street. 49
JvT B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
pjrrswiAX Axn suiioeox,
Tklrphonb Nl-mbrr 149.
Office hours from 8J to 10$ a. m.; tA to 3U p. m.
Office aud residence number a, Kukul street,
cornrr Fort street. i
P A. DE LA NUX
Surveyor and Civil Engineer.
. AddreM, HONOLULU Post-office. t66-6m
C BREWER & COMPANY,
(Irnrritt Mrirtiitllrinl Comnitasloii Atrnta
Queen -Street, Honolulu.
Officer P. C. Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treaiurer and secretary. Directors :
IIon- Clias. K. Hithop and 11. A. P. Carter, 138
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
IMl'OltTKU AXlt ItKALKIt IX rt.'.V
rrnl MrrehonittMf, 1
.Ship Cnntrnter, Sjmr Milker anil Caulker
No. 9 Qt eh STKEET(telow Honolulu Iron Works)
jq T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMVOHTEUS AXlt COJIMl.SSIOX MKll-
JVTRS.A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
rASIIIOXAJILK ItKK.SS A XI) CLOAK
"II7-M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
SU(1 A It VAVTOItS AXH commissjox
v.u. n. Irwin.
T-VILL1NGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
IilVOHTKHS AXlt llKALEHS IX ll.lltlt-
enre. Cutlery, Tonlt,
Paints and Oili, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SIllV CllAXlll.KltS AXO C1t.VMTS.HlOX
Agents for Drand's Guns and Dumb Lances and Per
ry Davis' I'ain Killer. t
J AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COMMISSIOX MKIWIfAXTS I31VOH-
term iiil liealerm in
Hay, Grain and General iToducc. 1
No. 79 Merchant Stkkht. Honolulu, 1 1. I.,
IMVOHTKHS OP Or.SilUAL MtUtCIIAS-
Um from France, KnylttHtt,
Germany ant! the Unite J Statea. t
3l6ANDIl8CAUr0RNIA Strret, S. F.,
WHOI.KHA I.K l HOC Kits.
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping Is
and orders. ,
r OUIS ADLER,
Number 13 Nuuanu Street,
XANVfACTVUKU AXlt ItKALKIt IX
Jltfola rind Nhaem of evert ItemcrlpttoH,
ladies' and Children's wear. My ttoik la worthy of
ln,;coion. Price very low. 51
T WILLIAMS 4c Co.
J ioj anu 104 Fort SraRET,
IHcturc of all itaet and kinds mad to order, and
frames of all decri4ioas coutUntly on hand. Also
Curalt, Shell, and Curioutict of Ihe Pacific t
A LLEN ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Itealeri In Lumber ami nil Limit of Hull J.
(ill Material; Valntt, Oil; Xall; etc.,
Agents of schooners
HaUakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Elian,
U llama. Pauahl and LeahL
At KoUnuoiia Wharf. 1
THEO. H.DAV1ES ft Co.,
(I-ate (avion, Giirn & Co.)
IMVOKTtSII, COMMISSIOX MKUCIIAXl
anil A at at for
Lloyd's and tht Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marin Insurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company. t
T B. SILLOWAY,
No. 79 Kino Street,
SAJiDLKuHit 11AHXKSS MAKKU,
Mfilcaa Saddle-making a leading Una.
All kln.ii of RKPA1KIN0 DONE TO ORDER.
Iticci esceedingly moderate. uo-im
T YONS ft LEVEY,
.iuetUrntrt and CimIisIqh Merchant;
Ueavee Ulu.il, Queen Steee. Hokouu).
Sales of FuxnUure. Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. bole ageuls for
iS.mcfu.aa ao-j Eurvvan ucanandue. I 1. l-yuru.
PHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I.
MMCEF, VEAL, MUTTOX, LAMM,
I'oultry untl rtth
Cuutantty on hand, and of chokeu qualuy, pork
Sausage, lloljicihu, esc. always on hand. Our meals
art all cut and (ut up In Eastern U)U. All order,
altnfusly attended to, and delivered In any pan of the
cuy, Snoa on Hotel Sueet, between Uaua and Fort
is-""" r-nvi , rvj,..
D. C. HOWE,
ttorsi: .111.1 siox VAiXTiut,
Pairr Hanger, etc,
107 Ktne; street, Honolulu.
84 King- street,
I'llACTICAI. ir.l TCIlMAKKlt,
And Importer of Ameiican Jewelry of every descrip
EWERS A COOKE,
(Successors to I. ewers AJDickson,)
IMI'OltTI-.ltS AXU IH'.Al.r.llS IX LV.M-
her ami nil klmlt ofllnllillno Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. 1
T; O, HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kino Streets,
IMfOltTKItS, Itf. At. Kits IX II AMU
ir.irr, lira ilooil, Valnt,
Oils and General Merchandise. 1
JJ W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
I.V.ATIIIUl, Illltf.S, TALLOW, AXlt
Aftenti for the Rotal Soap Company. No. at Queen
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9
" C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, II, I.,
1ILACKSM1TII, MA till IX 1ST, CAK-
rlaur IVork, Jlone Shoclna,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop on King street,
nest to Cattle & Cooke's. 1
No. I Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker,
S'lOVKS AND UANOF.S,
of all kinds, Plumbers' slock and metals, house furnish-
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, ere
J M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, It. I.,
SAIL-MAKllltS. 1'LAOS OF ALL In
scription tnnilritml repaired,
1.0ft In A F. Cooke's new fire froof L-iiilding, foot of
Nuuanu Street. tS
Honolulu, 11. 1,
riOXKKIl STKAM VAXltV MAXUFAC-
torn anil ltakery.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Maker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
- ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TIXSMIT11S AXlt VLVMllKHS, HEAL
er In Store, Itnnyr, Tin, 3a
J W. GIRVIN,
" Wailuru, Maui, II. I.,
COMMISSIOX MKIHUIAXT AXlt OF.X
ertil Dealer In Jiry Ilooil,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery anil Glassware. I
JTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
STKAM KXGIXKS, 1IOILKHS, SOI A It
Mill, Cooler, Iron, lira
And Lead Castings. Machinery of every description
made to order, Particular attention paid to ships'
IILicksmithing. Job work executed on the shortest no
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Numder u Nuuanu Street.
TAILOMXG OF liVEllY DE
ttcrijtUon tlotte to order.
Men's, boys' nnd youths' work. 1
Number 64 Hotel Strbkt,
MKATjS SJCJtrJ21 AT ALL
hours of the tUty,
Special terras for regular boarders. The only suita
ble private room in town for Ladies.
Mn. Leon dej ean, Proprietress.
rp H. NORTON & Co.,
No, 13 Mavnakea Strekt,
Ifure Mhoet 11 tf, Shoes r moved and alt kinds
of Jtiachtmun 9torK ttone to order.
Carriage mVing And repairing done by competent
workmen. 'Ihe bet horse-shocr in the country works
ai im place. J05 qr
Crater of Kilaura.
If. II. KEXTZfjrAXAOKie.
t Visitors requiring any unutuat display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give the Manager at least ten days no
tite in fine weather, and from cletcti tu thirteen in foul,
Plenty to eat, a rousing Are, clean beds and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 3
.p E, WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dkalbk in
rVHXlTUHE OK EVERY MiKSCMVTlON
Also Vphohterer and Jtantifaeturer,
Furniture Wareroom No. 109 Fort street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
R tended to. 43
A W. RICHARDSON & Co.
IurORTBRSAND DtALKKS IN
HOOTS, SHOES, rUMtXISUIXG GOODS,
Hats, Caps, Trunk, Valises,
Perfumery and Soaps, Walt ham Watches, Fine Tew
dry, etc., cor. of Fort and Mtrchant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I. t
"pHOS. G. THRUM,
IMI-ORTINQ AND MANUrACTURIKO
STATJOXKK, XE1VS AOKXT, VH1STEH,
And publisher of the Satuboav I'm ess, and await
an Aiwiinaf anj Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Mu.ic, Toys and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, It, I.,
HEAL ESTA TE JIUOKEH AXD EMPLOY
t fir Ml Jlureau,
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real Kute In all pans of the Kingdom. Employment
found for thoe seeking work in all tn various branches
of business connected with these Islands. Legal docu
ments drawn, lulls Collected, Books and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Cummlsvions moderate. 34
f W. MACPARLANB ft Co,
Cor, FokTandQusKN Stmits, Honolulu,
Importer ami Commission Merchants.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Lint of Packets
John HsrA Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Waikapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation. HUo
Hakalau Plantation, HUo
Mlrlces. Talt A Watson. Sugar Machinery
Tht PuuJoa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IsirORTSR AND DsaLSR IN
aUiSHWAKK,MEUilEX SILVEH 1'L.i
ted Ware, Mtraekets. Vases.
King's CunsHnation Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
Lustra! Wire Wwt, Fancy Soaps, iSiture Frames, Pis
tols, WoMetdwlnt's Potkt Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "DotncUic" Paper Fashions.
Suit agent of the universally acknowledged
Llght-Rucolnr Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. u Port street Honolulu.
ISHOP A Lo.
Honolulu. II, I.,
Dr.wE.charw.oalh. BANKOF CALIFORNIA,
Ssa PruclMo, and tnc'u (ui la
MESSRS. M. M. KOTHSCIIILI) SONS, Uudou.
11m oriental bank CORPORATION M
1.90000, ana their uaocbts ta
And truiiart a fncral Banfcinf Uuiinata. s
EASTBR CARDS I
A CHOICS ((LECTION Or
CAHIIS fO TAT KATKM MKJMOX
TOIlMAS G. THRUM'S.
E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER,
Cor. Kino ANb Fort Sts., Honolulu,
OIIOCKItY AXII FKKII STOItK. i
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I,,
aKXF.HAT. COMHISStOX AtlKXT.1.
D. HOPFSCHLAEOBR ft Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I.,
IMF OUT Kits AXII COMMISSIOX MK ll
ehant. P A. SCHAEPER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMFOIITKItS AXII COMMIS1IOX Mlill
AX7-1LDBR ft Co.
Cor. Foet and Queen Sts,, Honolulu.
r.tr.u 111:11. faixts, oils, xAii.s,
anil lliillillnn Material of erery klnil,
E P. ADAMS,
Quren Street, Honolulu,
A VCTIOXKKIl AXII COMMISSIOX M Kit
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
Importers and Dealers in
OKXKIIA L M KUCHA XlllSK,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
SHIP CllAXlll.KltS AXlt COMMISSIOX
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise, t
TNO. H. BROWN,
103 Bbrrtania Street,
IXSFKOTOlt OF WF.III1ITS AXlt
Orders can be left at the Police Station.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Maker's IIixkk, Queen Strrrt,
IMFOIITKItS AXII nilOLKSALK IIKAI
er In general Merchamllte, 7
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
H California St., San Francisco,
nmn'Aitnixa asu commission
Special facilities for anj particular attention jald to
comiftrimenu of I island produce. a
No. in Fokt Strrrt, Honolulu,
WATCinrAKKIt, JhUVKLEK, KSOHA-
vcr, and Dtnmontl Sitter,
All orderi faithfully executed. 33
T AWRENCE & FREETH,
Plan-, and Estimates furnished for Works of Con
struction, Civil Engineering and Surveying, Office,
19 and 31 .Merchant reet, over J. W. Robertson A Co.
1. O. Uox 101. 136-1 y
No. 114 Fort ST.,"orposiTR Pantheon Staolks,
llOOTASD SilOEMAKEIt. HOOTS AXJ
Nhoc Miiilc to ortter.
Of best material at reasonable price, and foi cash. 3
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Rktail
MWaOIHTS AXU TOHACCOXISTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H I. 1
No. 18 Nuuanu Strrrt, Honolulu, II, I.,
I'racUctil I'l umbers, Otts-flttcrs
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. i
Hotrl Strrrt, Honolulu, II. I.,
DEALER IX LADIES' AXD
Gent's Shoes and Gutters,
Try my store, after one transaction vou will be sure
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strrrt, Honolult, II. I.,
(orrosiTR sailor's hour.)
CUSTOM HOOT AXD SHOE
Good work ; lour prices. Repairing done with neat
nets and dispatcd.
Pf H. OEDINC,
Express tsnd Drtrnu,
Freight, Packages and Ilaggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at.
tcntion paid to moving Furniture, with
WAOONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 16; residence SJS Punchbowl street.
Office 6 Klnr itreet.
OBE HOPP & Co.,
37 Maaoakea street,
CARPENTER AND FURNITURE DEALER.
Houses built and the reiairing of houses .attended to.
Terms moderate. lli'iy
KIT PHILLIPS & Co.
anil H'AoOattie Healer In Clothing, llooli,
Shoes, Hats, Metis's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. si Kaahumanu street.
X F, BURGESS,
CAUi'EXTEU und HUIIMEK.
All kinds of jobbing; promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. ijo, Williamson's Express OfTice.
Shop No. 14 King- atreet 108
Diseases of Hotsea and other domesticated Animals,
treated In the mmt practical and scientific manner,
li 11 as as or Tiia Hour a smctALTV,
RcsIJence Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
ten wui receive prompt aucmion. 5-qr
Honouxu, H. I.,
UHOCEHY, EKED AXO VBOVJSIOX
npuw mo ncaus 01 lamuics, uoarutngnouse keepers
and others to know that he at all limes sells at price
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered In any part of the cuy or suburbs. Number
Ak Kin Zirf riu..n AI1.. f.,I Lnt Ct .. .
say s 1 evsMwoR, sni.nii .( mt4 V, s Wits ,IVIH
AIT-ILL1AM O. SMITH,
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(EsuUished la llrf.)
Suar PtaoUUon, Railroad, Telepboo and other
S.SMSXM.SSOSS IIOCt:S BOOO. ABO Similar
securities bosifbt ad sold oa
00 atocti asKuriLUs.
Honolulu, II. I., October 1st. I 111.
r-ASTLK ft COOKS,
no. so, MHiiatissr, iiokolulc, it. I.
Shipping ami C'ssMie(H Mtrthanlt,
Importers use) Dlr, la
Tb. HilchcoJt ft Company's ttaMailon.
Ih. AUaaAiUr ft ItaVlvta FtaMalloss.
K. Ilahtud, or Waialua PUaulwn.
A. II. Saiuh ft Coupany, Kolua, KauaL
J. M. AkaaW. uJL. Maul
The Haiku &usr CuviMar.
IV. KakalaSucar Coeapaoy,
Tit Ualots loruc, Ceassxuy 4 Sa PrucUco,
Tk New BjsaUa4 LUe Iiiwiot C. f Saitea.
s aje swiaasrssMSRssssw w pasjHa.
tfc UmmfjUmi KsSlss miimftad,
wtithi a wiy, i,ssg BiiiRm. i ..
r-M'ARLES T. OULICK,
ACRNT TO TARR Ai.KNOWLS1n,MENTS TO f.tftOR
GKNKUAI. I1USINF.SS AOF.Nr,
Office In Macke e's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu.
manu streets, Honolulu. t-ly
M King Street,
Tin, Copper-, ami Sheet-Iron Worker,
Plumbing, gas fitting and all wotk In my line tomplty
attended to. 'I erms moderate.
Remember the address, opposite the, Police Station,
54 King lllteL lootm
J. LEVEY, ft CO.,
Wholesale) nnd Retnll Grocer,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Curo) and America which
will be sold at the lowest niaiket rales,
Goods delivered to any mrt of Ihe city free of charge.
Island orders solicited andprompt attention will l
given to the same. llt.ly
TOUQ LEONG A CO.,
Nuuanu Street, Cor. Marine,
Ayenl for Moanul Suyar, Falamn Itlee
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill. II, ly
T H. LYNCH,
J M Klnir trt. '
Deader in ever tloecriptlon of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
c. BKnrcit o Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C, nKKII'r.R & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
hi hii r r ancisco.
CASTLK & COOA'J!, ACBXTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
A.JAECVR, AGE XT,
lluilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin. v
F, A. SCUARFEK & Ce., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, art authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F, A. SCHAEFER fr Cd., Aremti.
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, SCUAEFEK & Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Acencv here, and the above .limnl. f;nrl A,.,.
are authorised lo take Risks against the dangers of the
i, rcasunaoie lates, anu on the most ta
QCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
iwr aicnerungi ueseuscnau ol Wlnterthur,
. IACKFKLD & CV AGEXTS,
Capital of the Company francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Duildings. Furniture.
, , . M lu"ui mait11.111.1ry. etc, aiso sugar
and Kicc Mill, and vessels In the harbor, against loss
or uAiTiJKc uy nre. ontne ino favorable terms.
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE 1NSUR
ance L-ompaoy. (Limited)
770. . DA VIES, AG EXT,
The above a rent ha i-fc-Ivri. In&imi !.-. in .
uuceuie rates ol Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
rcigiu per steamers,
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F, A, SCAEFXR 6 CV.t AGEXTS,
The above firm ha vine been appointed arcnti of ihi
company are prepared to insure risks against fire on
Stone and Urlck buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
"KC'J ukv iiivir uiwic.
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
company 01 iiamtjurg,
. ACKFELD A C.t AGEXTS,
Caital and Keserve Keichsnurk 8.8 vl 000
their Ke-Insurance Companies. ' 3,ooo,oa9
The Agents of the above Coinpaiiy, for the Hawaiian
isunos, are prepared to insure Huildings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., alo Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against k
or uamage oy nre, on ine most lavoraue terms.
RANS-ATL ANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. KACXFElD V Cc, Agcntu
Capilaland Rnerve Rtichsmark 6,ono,ooa
llieir Ke Insurance Lomrunics 101,650.000
, Rcichsmark 107,630,000
The Agents of the above Company, for tht Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure lluildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinei-v. nt. altw, Kitinr
and RLe Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss
or uamage oy nre, on the most favorable term.
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
01 new York,
IULDEK ir- Ce., ACEXTS,
lAtrgeat, Safe! ami tnosl ICeonomleal Life
Inturance Company In Ihe World,
CASK ASSETS OVER 590,000,00a
For further information concernin? the Cnmiunv
and formates of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
j, k. t iciiuui, kMMiciimtr, ngenia
LONDON AMD PROVINCIAX.
Flrw ImiartUM Ctt.
Subtcrtbeil Capital .... $3,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
here, anil are prepared to take risks on prop
erly of every description within these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob, Insurance Coupuy,
JilSIlOP & C., AGEN13.
(fnfimifnl Liability I, MoefcAoJrOr.
Reserve..,., , ,,. .,,.,,,. tn;
ircomr roa tlfot
Premlatu received after tteductloa of re-
Uaurance , ... , ,..,$ ,sW,ai
Losaas promptly adjusfd and paid here. i
NEW BNULAND MUTUAL LIFH INSUR.
uc Coaap of Boatoa.
CASTLE ft COOKS, AGEXTS,
Ttw oktett Purely Mutual Life laaunusct
Coapaay ia Um United State.
r4lejet ImukI m Ik ml ,nrruU, Tfrwu
xaurui or MoM-roarfiTvaa flan t
Insured afe 35 ysars-tiruuiary life plan
Aatusal preaslaaa cassslaisea Potter yean, I days
issasssi.a TssHi i s..n T. '
1 Aaskaal SMasaeeM ceiBuass, PssMcy i nara. e '
i Aaatsal ,rsnlil CesaltwM Peaky f aaa.3 k
I A al fmImi ceeeasaaa Psssr seyean.it
Losies paid tarattfh Maalaala Afeacy, aj,m
-HEAP READING MATTBR.
w avuaaas or luvsraarso ao
tcvTjr rpra .at kfsg.ula
Put up fvirtaatatloos or Seaawsi, at reduced rales,
Ija-aia By THOS. 0. THRUM.
TJ W, SEVERANCE,
316 California Sr Cal., (Room No. 4 )
IIAWAIIAX COXSVI. ,t COMMISSIOX
ARNDEN ft Co
117 ft 119 Market Sr, San Francisco,
IIKXKIIA L VVIICIIASIXO A IIKXT.S AXII
PRANK II. AUSTIN ft Co.,
OrriCR No. soCAiiroaNiA Street, S. F.,
COMMISSIOX AtlKXTS .t FO It )V A till
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired,
llie best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
-MIARLBS BRBWBR ft Co,
1; Kilby Strret, Boston,
AOKXTS OF IIAIIAIIAX FACKKTS,
tlenernl (.'...mulatto,, Ayenl;
S"l attention given to the purchasing of goods for
,..g ii.,.iMinirau.. rreignt at lowest rates.
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
io,coo Pianos ; i,ono Organs J save half ; buy of the
iiMimwiurcTi -, irom aj 10 91000; casn, rent,
or Installments ; catalogues free.
ANTISKLL, corner Maiket and Powell, San Fran-
T GUS BURT,
For country mercluntt ami mining companies and gens
eral Comminsion Men hint. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rales.
Office iO.T Eront Street, San Francisco, Cat,
ALMER St REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
Tie largest and only complete Type foundry and
1'rinters' Warehouse on Ihe Tacific Coast.
k5 and soe Leldesdorff and
5, Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
We keep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
jp,i c uii mis nasi. logeinrr wnn a
most complete stock of Miller ft Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
famish, at sliort notice.
Anything- in tha Printer', line,
from a Ikxlkin to a C)linJer IVess. We lulve lure
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all makes and slics. S e are sole agents for
Campbell's C) tinder Presses, Cottrell and
ltabcock I'ressest also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, (iordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HANI) PRESSES;
newllaxter steam engines, which are just the thing for
primers, luerit svaier nioicrs, uem I'aper i.utlcrs,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbinders'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the best In
use. nave you used our Perfection plates T
Theysave editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore save money,
TSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Remrmbrr No house on this coast can compete with
us ill ijuauiy of gouus.
Chicago office 178 Monroe street.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMF.NT AND AGENCY
Company, (Limited )
On First-class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W. L, GREEN, Manager fn Urn.
Office Queen Street, over G. W. Madarlane ft C0.-481I
-1X7-AILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailukv, Mavi, II. I.,
llett Quality of Fatal Manufactured Con
stantly. All orders filled witrrdisatch.
E. H. Bailey.
KNOWLBS' STEAM AND VACUUM
C, SXEH'Ex & Co., AGENTS.
Having on hand a full and complete stock of the
above celebrated pumps, just received perliwjr Tmnet
trom Uoston, we guarantee them to be cheaper and
belter than any other style of pump imported. We call
Ihe attention of planters particularly lu Ihe Vacuum
l'umu, which is the least complicated and more servica.
ble than other pumps 15 if
NOTICE.-E. C DAKE, j MERCHANTS
Eichange, is the only aulhorired Agent of the
I'rrss in Sn Francisco. The Saturday 1'rr.ss can
alwai s be Ken on file In his office. 6
T"HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN DRICK.
G. ENGLING & Co.,
X. J.V.m. St., Ilemilul; 11, I,
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus for the Plauuilon, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Holler;
Oral, liar, Ktc,
Always tn stock.
Eipliclt directions for setting up accompany every
Cirtulan and i'ritet oh afflicathn, 122.gr
"pHE SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. JENGLTNG & Co.,
A'a. J, A'.Max St., llellm II, I.,
Sola agents fur these Islands. A full line 0 the
and Flstures for the same always In Mock.
JOII WORK PROMITLY DONE.
TaltTfhaaa Nss. 81 1. i-r
CONTRACTOR and UUILDER,
STEAM i'LAXIXO MILLS,
Maautactsire all kladl of
atrslli evasst Watt aasra
AUUaJsieTPUaUiaaJ Sawing, Munlsi, aud Tn-
0RDSR3 PROMPTLY ATTKNDRD TO AND
Orders (rcea sae otaee I slaad. sotkhed. los-nr
SAISINS AND CURRANTS-SULTAN
ass aast JUaU Ctasnaej-la aeejasl
am a4 Varr aSakrhaW ftO.
AT THE OI.I) STAND. NUMDER 1 KAA
BHEET IRON WORKER,
I'MJMIIING IN AM. ITS MUNCHES.
Artciian Well Plpe-ull ixef.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-lop, Palace.
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Trlre, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, 0psy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Cliarta,
Buck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala.
meda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
, laundry Stoves.
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER IIOILERS
FOR RANGES, GRANITH IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN,
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all ilzei, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
House Faralshina; Good, all klmda.
All sires and grades, Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
Pumps, Galvanlred Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Cosets, Marble slabs
and bowl., enameled
CHANDELIERS, LAMPS AND LANTERNS
JX DARK KALAKAUA
AND BARRNTINB! RLLA,
Ooldan Oat Extra Faasily and
Case. IIRAWN. Cases 11AC0N,
Cases WHHTAKER STAR HAMS, '
1 . v . , "! OF HAY, C, AC.
Juu to hand, and for sale by
OOMBTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made Lipressly for these Islands I
Buekla Dcms PaclrsM,
BaoftU Dirt EzolsstUra,
lesoa Watotar Tlaej.
CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
Plush Glove Tops.
Hrogans, new line.
ladies' Pebble Uutton Cro,pict Shoe.,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, etc
j ...- """'"'"" . ms 01 Msmcs iana
Cent, and Children's hllOLS, etc, manufactured lo
my order for this market.
J, II. LVXC1I,
No. 18 Kino strut,,,., Honolulu
EW SHOP Al
se King street,
Blaolussltklac tsmsl Carriac Ikay.
T. II. MURRAY, Manager.
Horses promrtly slwd, In the best manner I Carriage
painting by comtieient workmen. Try our new
shop, two doors from Maunakea street.
"-pHB PACIFIC MUTUAL
I.1TE INIURANCE COMPANY
Desire lo call the particular attention of everybody la
TONTINK INVESTMENT POLICIES,
Which contain the " Indisputable Clause f
No Keurlctioas on Travel or Residence.
Free from Dang.r of Forfeiture
Also Tin Dirosrr Endowusnt Policy, and the Mu
tual Investment Policy.
This Is one of the mct rsUable companies estaas
has no superior, and f.w equals. Settles all clalatt
promptly i acts tuimlly and fauly by all
For further Information, write to, or call osi
, , . , R. W, LAINE, 1
nylf General Agent for Ihe Hawaiian Islands
Q BNGLINO ft C
No. i NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H. 1.
Stoves and Ranges,
'Iln,'Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Least
Pipe, Galvanised Iron Pipe and Fillings, Hraat Ooad
all aires. Artesian W.tl and Inlgaikg pipe. The -ual
Tl and Iron ware, Betas, Cloeeta, SiakJ. Wash,
stands, Marble and Kaaassled IneVsW asota aa4 be
Sal ai reasonable rate.
Talasrtana Wa, til. h
UMII S COURTNSV,
We taanulktu,, the VERY REST QU.1UTV Ms
Owlagloiae eatuat 0 land. cisMvatasa W at. sm
sa tell caeapear than when, aad caa isssnaea, asaasa-
ShT Orders by Post receive poa4 -'-nHa
C U. MAKKE. iu A. A, UVtTRV
j1 Fo Poitasu oa PsaMMT
sa seat Isssaahai ulals tss. u is 1
s jysb6- ....ijiLi.. s.ui. .
- U 1 r