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VOLUME III, NUMBliU 30.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURJDAY, MARCH .24, JSS3.
WHOLE NUMBER 134
m .yrnr- - r ,
A Ntwinar-tr ubnihfd Weekly.
ihu Hwunj $5.00 . itis. n ..nut
JAj. le J ja, 1v.sl.n 1,. ttw desttosaiin-i.
SnectttHrt and A drettlsers wM please address
THOS. O, THRUM, lbfishrr and Proprietor.
II. C. )AKH Is the only anthocUest agent IW
th. "PRESS In Sin Francisco.
Publication fne i at t Kaahumanu street i Ed.
Itorlat rooms jtt i-s Feet UeeL
RKMr.VSCE.VCES Of Mo.voi.isur.
At the annual mettini; if the Hawaiian
FKnir tm)ny, heM al Honolulu, May J,
1S5S, a my Inlftettlnj; rrputt read tjr the
ret hint; Tirawttt and General Agent, Jat. V.
.(.Marshall. In ibsr-days the Hour mill -il
stsxxl n the s-ot no occupies! liy the puil
tiling !mji othe Honolulu Iron Works a
the IitcIioI place In Ihe town. I). M. West
on, sut-ses-itcnllr inrentor of ihe centrifugal
agar slrjrer ihiw universally uscsl on out plan
ttllons, the proprietor f ihe Iron vcutl.,
of which Ihe flour mill u an appendage.
The mill turned out during Ihe )ear over ijoo
barrels of finldics llour, and everjlwly was
unpilne that no more imoitation of this
sUtToflife cre lo l made we were to !c
irhlcpendent of the rrt of the ss-orM in the
article of llour, sugar and coffee, at lea!. Mr.
Marshall, who had leen for many year closely
identified with Ihe mercantile and general Iwsi
new affairs of Honolulu, who had tilled numcr
oui positions of trust anl honor, ami who
(wsscued the entire contulence of the commun
ity sailed ahout Ihis lime for his rutisc land.
He is now, at a ri old age, an honored and
active co-worVct with Gen. Samuel C Arm
strong Hawaiian-twin, the son of a mission
ary in the Colored Institute al Hampton,
It i quite probable that Dr. Hoffmann's
nerves woukl not I at firm nor his aim ai ac
curate to-day a they wtcre proved lo be on
the lith of May, 1S5S. The occasion was a
parade and target practice of the Honolulu
Rifle. Capt. Richard Coady. The company
pitched their tents on a then open spot of
gtccniw-ard, nuVai of the Kaw-aiah.10 Church.
Surgeon Hoffmann made the best shot, and
won the ptlre, a Colt's revolver. The second
Its! shot was made by Private E. J. Smith ;
the third by Private Waller ; and the worst
shot, by Private Uriclwcddie, was rewarded
with a beautiful leather medal. Surgeon
I loffinann presented his priie lo the compar
and it was again shot for, Private Waller R.
Seal leing the winner. These occasional turn
outs of the Rifles were seasons of very pleasant
intercourse and tended much to maintain the
Kpularity of Ihe corps. Afler the target
practice came lunch, a dance on the green,
drill, striking of lents and the march home.
On the evening of Thursday, the loth of
May, 1S5S, occurred an event, thcannounce
of which was received with unfeigned satisfac
tion and joy from one end of the group lo the
other. I allude to Ihe birth of the Prince of
Hawaii. Entering life amidst Ihe rejoicings
and confident hopes of all classes, this promis
ing scion of Ihe Royal race of Kamchameha,
afler but a few years of happy and precocious
I W) hood, suddenly faded and died, as much to
the grief and disappointment of the nation as
his birth had been a cause of joy and congrat
ultlion. Friday, the 21st, was observed al
most as a holiday, flags and streamers being
displated on every available flagstaff in the
town and on the shipping. The Consuls in a
body paid their respects and offered their con
gratulations to Ihe King, Ihe address being
presented by A. P. Everett, Consul for Chile
(now of San Francisco). Then came govern
ment officials and emplojccs, headed by War
ren Goodale, Collector-General of Customs.
At noon, stores and places of business w ere
closed, and Ihe leading foreign residents formed
In procession on Kaahumanu street, and, es
corted by the Rifles, marched to the Palace
First in the procession were members of the
American Mission to these Islands, tearing a
hamlsome copy of the Holy Ilible, as an ap
propriate present to the young Prince. At the
Palace, an appropriate address lothe King was
made by Abner Pratt, Esq., ihe U. S. Con.
suL In response, the King, addressing the
Urge assemblage as "Centlcmcn and
Friends," and among other felicitous remarks
which he so well knew how to utter, very
eloquently sakl : " (cntlemen, you sec jne a
proud father, and by these manifestations of
your love to me and mine, you make me a
proud King. Such occasions as these make a
throne "worthy of any man's envy, whilst the
feelings uppermost In my heart will establish
and seal from this time forth a new tic !clw ccn
me anil every roan w ho, like myself, can say
be has a child." The presentation of the Uibte
was made by Ihe Uev. S. C. Damon, with a
few wcll-considcrcd remarks. The King's re
ply to Ihe clergy Is worth reproducing here.
" Gentlemen 1 - For your valuable present
allow me to thank you in Ihe name of my ton,
whose advent Into this life has been greeted so
kindly, so heartily, by Ihe community at large;
but by none more sincerely or wlthtnoteardenl
wishes for his real happiness than by your
selves of that lam sure. The birth of the
yount Prince has placed me in a relationship
to which I hasc fcilhctto been a stranger, and
il has iuiM.-d upon me new rcspuoiibilitict.
I trust thai in my conduct towards him,
throughout my life, I may mncmUr the par
ticular offering which your aftVclkm deemed
roost proper j and that as this Uibte Is one of
rnjr boy s first possessions, so its contents may
be the longest remembered. In I he Queen's
name and my own I thank you, and ll shall t
the task of both of us to tradi our first-born
child lo kindly regard you."
The appearance of the King during Ihe de
livery of hit replies indicated that his heart
was deeply stirred by Ihe manUcstatiom of
public and universal ttmiulhy. Kawthamcha
IV was always a popular King, but never wa
Ike Kojtl tamily of Hawaii more loyally
loved and esteemed than al the period under
James W. Ikxden, of Tennessee, appointed
o succeed 1). U (iit-gg as U S. Commluion
tr at these Islands, arrived here lit May, Mr.
Itordeo was a (air type of the southwest
Ikrtder Uwrcr-oltcun of those days.
tutaa that U is to I hoini It now brooming
rttktct. Tall and portly, with a countenance
Indicative of shrewdness rather than Intellect,
Vd of vtorydeUiag ami cunvisblily, he was a
lfdjr tttMop-speakcf, Report soil that he
milnfilntd the Udei custom of foing
' keeled," In aattcijalion U iitl personal
rwttwnlert of which more anon, lie was
tUtaaMy presetted lo lite Klo May 141b, by
Mt. Gttsjg, who took oKclal leave. The latlcr
a-nttlWin, ikstiW his swur and a lull tears In
wUtsvy of the fud of U- S. CouiiuUtiuoer,
lad liceomc estrtmely mhr with all cUwes.
On the estnluj! of the 14th, a Urge fluttering
of Ametirnn dtlren took plsre al lite tesl
deneenf TlMimas Spencer, Itwj., ami forming
In procewkm with tntchlightt ami ptrcentnl
by a land of mnsic, marched In Ihe residence
of Mr. Grrgg (late Dr. Cummings', oppnite
fort Street Chutth), where cheers wereglicn
ami .tiklrcTs nMile to Ihe trtirlns; ami Ihe new
U. S. CoBimhMtMiers by lUtrmim W. Field,
then one of owr lending iniiting nvctcltants.
Kkstnsttit rrpimses were made) there was
ntweh cheering ami imitr sieeeh making, and
evei)lxly went away on the lies! of terms with
himself ami evcr)tly ele.
Tlie week leginning May 15th, was "Annl-
serty Week," fur the ceral religious and
l-enevolenl aswncUtians. These were the Ilible,
the Tract, Ihe Missionary and the Mission
Children's Societies. The following, now nil
deceased, were chtwen presiding officers re
speelisely of the three societies first abuse
named Uirrin Anilrews, Asa Thurston, and
Attcmas Ilishop. Professor Alesamler of Oahti
College was elected Prrddcnt of the Miwion
ChiMten's Scictyin place of Samuct C Arm
strong, who retired.
May joth, died John Hattlctt, a resident for
over twenty years, ami much respected for his
sterling probity of character ami genial ilispo.
sition. He was, during the last len years of
his life, proprietor of the "Canton Hotel,"
(now Horn's lukery,) a noted resort for offi
cers of wlulcships. All through the "flush"
whaling seasons from lS(9 lo 1S5S, Ihe mates
and boAt-steerers made a great deal of money,
frequently their season s work running Into
thousands of dollars per man; and Ihen, when
shipping again, a good whaleman commanded
from $(b to $500 advance, 1-csidesa "lionus"
of an equal amount. "Jack llartlett " was
cadi-Vceper for most of this class, and although
they vuamletrd their means with lasisli folly,
no complaint was cer heard impugning Jack's
The I-cgislativc Assembly for 1S5S was
opened by the King, June llth. Theofficers
chosen were, by the Nobles President, M.
Kekuanaoa; Secretary, C. 0. Hopkins;
Chaplain, Res". Richard Armstrong; Sergeant
at-Arms, W. Kahanu; by the Rcprcsentatis cs
Speaker, G. M. RoK'rtson J Clerk, Otimcl
II. Gulick (now a missionary in Japan);
Chaplain, Rev, A. Ilishop ; Scrgeant-at-Arms,
W. C. Parle ; Engrossing Clerk, War
ren Chamberlain. In the King's speech oc
curred the following paragraph :
" I have called you together according lo
the requirements of the Constitution. I laving
thus fulfilled the duty imposed upon me, I
would suggest to you, N'oblesand Represent
atives, Ihe propriety, under ciisting-circum-sfmccs,
of confining the business of the
present session to providing, by a joint resolu
tion or otherwise, for the financial necessities
of the Government, and apjiointing a joint
committee lo report after an adjournment and
as soon av practicable, to their respectise
I louses, upon the New Code, or such portions
of it as may be ready for presentation by the
Commission appointed by the Legislature of
1550 10 prepare it.
The New- Code referred to was the present
Cisil Code. In accordance with the abose
recommendation, the Legislature adjourned,
June 2Sth, to Ihe first Monday in the following
December, after choosing the following Joint
Committee on the Revised Statutes, lo sit dur
ing the recess: Nobles Prince L. Kamcha
meha, Gov. Kekuanaoa, Messrs. Wyllie, Iii
koi, (Mr. Gregg was afterwards sulislituted for
Piikoi,) and Haalclea ; Reprcsentatises
Messrs. G. M. Rol-crtson, J. W. Austin, J. I,
Dowsett, II. L. Sheldon, "and S. P. Knlama.
II. l s.
I' i- - a
More or less complete results attained in the
sorghum sugar industry during the last season,
indicate that the lime has come w hen the United
Stales will profit by this too long neglected
source of wealth. Sorghum lias licen recognized
for many years as an extremely valuable sugar
producing plant, destined to become one of the
most powerful auxiliaries of sugar cane ami
More than twenty years ago the problem ol
extracting sugar from sorghum was solved in
the Old World. At that date Mr. I. loulie. a
prominent French chemist, discovered and
made known the only obstacle to the cry stalli-a-tion
of sorchum sutrar. and indicated the means
of evading it. He discovered that the juice ol
sorghum, extracted by pressure, contains ccr
rain quantities oi amylaceous or starcn-likcrul).
stances, existing in greater quantities the less
ripe the cane u, and that these substances are
changed into glue or dextrine al the tempera-'
ture ordinarily employed for the defecation ol
cane and beet root.
These products, by their natural viscosity,
prevent the syrup from being lwiled dow n to
Ihe required degree of concentration, and
finally prevent the crystallization of a large tor.
lion of Ihe sugar. It is, therefore, especially
Important to get rid of these substances. M,
Joulie indicated two known methods s-iz. i
The employment of lime in the cold juice,
which precipitates a large portion of these
troublesome substances; or the employment of
alcohol, which precipitates them entirely.
These facts being known, there remains no
longer any difficulty ; the manufacture of sor
ghum sugar becoming even easier than thai
from lect root, liecausc Iho juice of sorghum i
no! so rich li organic matters or salts as that ol
beet root. All the secret of the manufacture
of sorghum sugar rests, Ihen, on Ihe more or
less complete elimination of Ihe amylaceous
matters at the lieginning ol ihe work, in the
following processes Ihe sorghum juice acting
like cane or leet root juic
Joullc projiosed "m iltfitalitn a fnlj far
U djux.n This process lias ill value ; but it
it Incomplete, tince lime precipitates only a
tart of Ibe amy laccuu sulntaiices, there remain
ing ccitain quantities, w hicli In their proix lions,
still eppove the crystallization of Ihe sugar. Hit
preference was for the use of alcohol ; but alco
hol It a costly agent, ami its use requires
ttrcial and quite complicated aprtaratus in or
der to secure ihe alcohol, so tlut it can l used
again, and, hence, requires Ihe addition of a
distillery. Without doubt this process giscs
almost all the tugar capable of being eitracted.
So complicated a method it not desirable when
it Is possible to arrisc at exactly at good rnulu
by trie employment of a very much more simple
It It Ihe fact that ihe extraction of juice by
meant of rolls it a poor method, owing III ex
istence only to Its ctlrcmc simplicity. It gives
but titty per cent of juice, and In thii case
there Is the grat c objection lhat it mingles with
the juice almost all the amylaceous ubstanccs.
Hence, I mut insist uwn Ihe rolls being fur.
ever banished frum the sorghum sugar manufac
tory. What it necessary It 1 lytlem of extract
Ing juice which shall give the highest lussible
ctcenuge of juice 85 iwi cent., at least -ami
which shall leave the auiyUceuus subuanres In
Ibe refuse. Il It useless seeking such a system,
tince It ctislt tvnd it in 0ratlon, Ihe lirsl
ai-jJicaliori dating lack to the Uginnlng of the
csrnt century,. Thlt it maceration, or, lo
gite it a more modem name, diffusion. This
method it u simple as It It cumidcte. ami Is
easy of abdication. The gtssucr tmrtion of
ine amylaceous tuluiancc remains in the cells
U the cane, while Ihe Utile which escape Into
Ihe juke U precipitated t-y the tarne agent usal
for lite iKccipiUlioa of lltcnilnyenout matters,
am) live jsuce strifes at the drfsxallon in ihe
greatest ustiblc degree of jorily.
Tire lest of Ihe work Maenls 11 funhrf
dirtsMltlct. Il consists of Ihe ordinary pro-
" i-miihaivm, luiM crvciany mine eu
miration or trantlwHution of ihctuluiluitiltia.
jliac talis Ustu those which lure uo Injurious
action Hum Ihe ctystalliialion nflhr sugir,
ami finally in the processes of evaluation and
Willing for riystallitatiun 111 low prtv-urc np
uratus. Such Is a brief description of the only ' glcal
mrtmal for making sorghum sugar) its applica
tion is known br all snsed In the manul.ielurc
of sugar. Il gives the maximum nmocnl nf
sugar possible lo est met irons n cane 01 glscn
richness and co-efficient of purity. The nanu
faclurc of nrghum sugir his a brilliant future
In nil countries w here the cane will fully mature
rails- riioiinh in the season. Pot il Is nefesvarv.
in order In obtain Ihe liesl results, lhat Ihe
cine be fully rlc. It has also lcen prosed
that, by catcfiil cultivation and Ihe use of
Irttilircr am! hoc, trie richness in sugar of sor
ghum can 1 scry greatly increased. The day
Is not far distant whenehdit or nine nrr cent
of barreled sugar will lie obtained from this
plant in Hits country, tvr, CAitagt lYthmt.
SA.V FRA.VCISCO l.KTTKR.
San Francisco, Match 11, iSS.
Editor Prkss : -ll is somewhat satisfac.
lory llnl, in spite of all prognostications lo the
contrary, we still live, and this Sunday morn
ing is passing in usual comfort, and Ihe floods,
storms and general "bobbery " predicted by
one Wiggins hive nil come to naught, though
for Ihe past few days a general and imoily con
cealed nervousness has liecn apparent, the
usual item of conversation leing alwul the
grand sousing Ihe Unitct' Slates in genual
and Europe in particular were lo base expert,
enccd March 9, 1SS1. The lcst hid schemes
often come askew, nnd.at Professor Wiggitmlid
nol come out successful as a weather prophet,
it Is lo lie hoped that this upsetting of people's
nerves may lw stopcd. We are a credulous
people', and Ihe best of us easily fooled; In
fact I lwlieve we really enjoy it. It is won
derful, the effect of a positive prediction upon
all classes and conditions of people, and as by
Ihe moilern Improvement or newspaper circula
tion cvcrytmdy know t lire news, every Inxly
read the prophecy, and as the day approached
became more and more scared, till fisherman
would nol go losea till the fateful day had
passed, prospective builders delayed construc
tion, and in our own State one family rcmoscd
all their Ulongings to a greater elevation,
though their house was already on the moun
tain side. It was a goal thing for our Pro
fessor that he did not disclose lo a curious
world the reasons for his conclusion, reserving
Ihcm for statement only ux)ti the successful
carrying out of his programme.
Hawaiian matters arc to have an investiga
tion, so the papers say, anil consequently the
CArvmc( is happy. It lias now something
more lo sputter over. Could it only be ascer
tained that all the dark grades of sugar re
ceived here free under the treaty were in fact
refined cube sugar in disguise, the enemies of
your fortune would lc happy indeed. They
talk as though they expected to find such a
state of affairs.
Agricultural matters are becoming interest
ing in California. Dry w eather promises a short
crop in wheat. Lately a large shipment of this
grain was forwarded to Oregon, which, though
seeming like "sending coals lo Newcastle,"
is an indication of short crops there also. Wine
interests are looking up, meanwhile; and
where the soil is suitable, sines are displacing
wheat. Cultivated land with dwellings on it
will soon be found, where the rule has been
wheat in thousand-acre farms, with no ho use in
sight. The cultivation of the grape is more to
the taste of people generally than Ihe more
laborious and uninteresting settling and harvest
of the wheat field. Again, as railroads are
linking us so closely with Texas, New Mexico
and Montana, their wheat, being stronger, is
now coming to us though formerly we shipped
Our shipping interests continue in good con
dition. All the shipyards arc full of business,
and many orders ahead another evidence of
our material prosperity. The Marivia, num
ber one of your "Oceanic" line, was success
fully hunched, after three trials, recently, and
before long will probably start for her initial trip.
1 1 is to be hoped she will be more successful
than the unfortunate Ttcoma, whose first was
also her last trip. Her captain has liecn sus
pended for two years, for " gross negligence."
This will perhaps make all commanders realize
their rcs-Knsibilities more fully.
Stock matters with us have their fluctuations
or there would lie no dealers. The fancy deal
at present is water stock, depressed or raised,
as the news about injunctions may be favor
able or unfavorable. The insiders of the stock
recently sold out at 1 10, coming track al 80, a
very neat turn. In Ihe meantime, however, ihe
city has been short of water; and now wc are
short of gas also. The Gas Company has
passed Its dividend also. There has been a
consequent decline in price, and another shriek
from those whotc bread and butler depends on
its dividends. Stocks, like "weal pics," arc
" wery uncertain " things.
Real estate seems lo be in unusual favor,
city property changes hands with less than
customary haggling for prices, and those who
prefer country homes find every thing blooming,
grass ereen, fruit trees and thrublicry all in
bloswim, with signsof activity everywhere in
building and Improvements, of a substantial
Our ferries show the season of summer (ravel
has already commenced ami boats go crowded
morning and evening wilh our business men
who prefer Ihe quiet of Oakland or Alameda.
After the busy scenes of San Francisco, wilh
its rush and tear, a home " far from the mad
ding crowd" ln-comes very acceptable, while
for mother am) children the freedom of the
country It a great boon In the way of fresh air
ami plenty of ground schooling and church
privileges being every way satisfactory. Cer
tainly country streets at night are no more than
San Francisco In point of light, and arc much
safer In point of "foot pads," for which the
alocncc of gas It accountable. If things get
much wotse garrotting will soon become
fashionable in the metropolis, and pistols a
necessity, unless our dark corners arc illumi
nated, llut-lnisinest it business when cou(
drivers are stopped, robbed of all available
meant and tent tan their way sorrowing. If a
driver of one of our carriages can be made to
disgorge It mutt be when Ihe weather It of lhat
frigid character clcrlcnccd by Ihe phrase a
" cold day."
Amusement! In San Francisco during thlt
season of Lent arc of a very interesting lytic.
Mood ami thunder In "The Red Pocket
IJook" l Ihe California, "Hand Klrke" before
small houses at Uallwin, minstrelt at Stand
ard, and the ncvci-lo-bc-forgottrn " Pop" at
Hush Street where more hearts have been
broken and mote kids " snaths) " oc the past
few weekt than one would believe. Diamonds,
Cuu and boqucti have been left at the lluth
Street box office for the young ladies, almost
aJ libitum by susceptible "bloodt," young and
old. The town hat gone fairly crated over
thb variety performance, ruul Ihe song " for
goudaes sake don't uy I told you " b whistled
, A roy worthy object, the suffers? in Get.
many, received quite a substantial benefit Ian
night al the Mechanics' Pavilion. The A'w
Initit I'tirin, n society comimeI of German,
gave 11 masquerade Kill, and as many as five
thousand ies)plc vsete prccnl alxmt half were
spectators, the rcsl In costume. Two ills
gulsers attracted vaitlcu1ar attention, one a
ciapatctlc lampimst with mt-fnrc ln and
sticet guides complete 1 the other, an immense
sunflower, with trunk nlmut ten feet high, and
stalk five or sis feel long bending gracefully
therefrom. Many Island icoplc were there.
Among them I noticed filcml Woolmington
evidently Interested In dry goods, and near
him Geo. Ecklcy, Our Sin Francisco young
men were out In full force, and my old filcml
Holies may lie Interested to know that the
"Tubbs boys" and the "Massachusetts
man," were among the number.
Our State Legislature Is alwul adjourning.
What it has done would hardly fill a small
Ixwk, while what they have 11ntdoncnfrc.il
I-enefit to this Stale and ieople would fill vol
ume. Hut history is continually repeating it
self, and this cserlcncc Is only a repetition of
previous years, the "pcrdicm" being the
main object, and buncomlic speeches the
method whereby lime is killed. So long as
politics and not men arc considered, Just so
long Ihls state of things will lie the rule, and
our treasury will have to stand it. San Fran
cisco, Oaktand and some other cities have
nearly struck the liottoin of their money chests,
however, and four months must elapse 1-cforc
they will becdme even tolerably comfortable
again. This Is inconvenient for school teachers,
IHiticemcn, and llic large army of city and
country officials whose monthly stiiend will be
a luturc contingency and nol a present liencfit.
How much liettcr is the Hawaiian method
of flailing a loan of ten millions (to get) and
having coronations, hulahiilas, mid ever) thing
to make money fly whiskey free as the air wc
breathe, and a Jolly time generally,
AXTILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHXKY AT LAW,
Si Mkhchant SrmtKT, Honoluiu, 50
ITTOUXKV AT l..t tr.
And Notary PuUic. AllcnJi all the Courts of the
66 Fokt Strkpit, Honolulu, 1
.irroK.vr.c couxski.i.ou .it nr.
J .tTTOKXKV AT I.A If,
No. 41 Merchant Stuket, Honolulu, II. I.
uS.jin INcst door to R. F. Ilickerton's liw office.
T"RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrriCRCOBNEK FoUTAND IlSRKTANIA StS..
HVHOKOXS AX1I IIO'IlKVATItlC PHY
mlelann. Office Hours Unlit 9 A.M., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 P.M.
TNO. A. HASS1NGER,
Interior Opficf, Honolulu,
.lOK.VT TO TAKK AVKXItWIAUHlK
matt to CnntntrtH fur Ijtbnr. 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, M. D.
ruvNicr.ix mitt .suihikox,
Hotel street, between Fort and Alakca streets.
From 7 to to a. m.; t to 4. and 6 10 B p. m.
106-tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATV,
HoNorULU, Oahu, H, 1.,
Xttr.t UY PUJILIC AX'lt COMMTSMOXKIt
For the Stales of California and New Vorl-. Office
at the Hank of Uithop & Co. 1
O H. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AGKXT TO TAKK ACKXOWI.F.1H1E-
menta to Contrart to Lttbor.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade. 15
T M. WHITNEV, M. D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, H. I.,
UKXTAL HOOHS OX fORT STHKKT.
Office in firewer't Block, comer Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, II. I.,
PJIYSICIAX .I.V SUR3EOX. OFFICII
JOS Fort .Htrrrt.
Office hours from 10 to is a. m., and 3 to 5 p. m,
Koidence 19 Nuuanu Street. 49
TsJ B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
virrswtAS Axn sumgeox,
TtLIFHONa NuunaK 140.
Office hours from ti lo loji u.m.; ililajK p. m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
corner Fort street. i
O A. DE LA NUX
HVUFKVOn AXU CHI I. F.XtllXKKU,
Address, HONOLULU IW-oirice. l(6ra
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
General Mercantile it hi! CvmiitlttliiH Ayenta
Quuh Strict, Honolulu.
Officers P, C Jones, Jr., president and irurucer ;
loseh (J. Carter, treasurer and fcccrciarY, Directors .
HotikChas. K. Ilishop and II, A. I. Carter, its
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
yt-KK Sraarr, Honolulu, II. I,,
1MPORTKH AX It IHCAI.KK IX IKX.
nal MerrAnmtlie. 1
'j Cari-Hter, tfjxir Maker it ml 1'nulker
No. o l)-tx SrtKT(Ulow Honolulu Iron Wwli)
P T, LENEHAN ft Co.
Nuuaiiu Strsst, Honolulu.,
MMPOHTHUH AXU VOMMItmiOX MF.H-
IUIKS. A. M. M ELLIS,
No. 104 Fort SrsT, Honolulu,
FAHIIIOXAHI.K IIIIKHS AXII VLOAK.
U7U.O,IXWIN ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Mil AH FACTOMM AXU COMMIHMOX
VLAUt trascKtia. 1 wu. a isoin.
J-V1LLIN0HAM ft Co.
No. 3; Fort Srnar, Honolulu,
MMPUMTKUMAXU UKAI.F.HH IX HAKU-
trure, Cutlery, Tual;
faints and Ods, auj Oeaeial Ucnhandu. 1
A W. PIBKCB ft Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
MUIP CBI.tMUI.MIU AXU CilMMIWtlOX
Aj.mi f Ua.r Oiuu and Uumb Unc.s and fer
ry ItetU' Pali Killer.
f AINR ft C
HOBOLULU, II, I.
COMVIMMMM MXtHMAXTM IMrVM.
r ttastl ttttera tat
Hay. CWis aad (krawai huiun.
E. MelNTVItn ft UHOTlinil,
Cut. Kino and Fort. Srs., Honoiiiiii,
tiiitwniiY axu rr.f.n urtntiu
OtiRRN SrRRRT. HoNOLUIU. II. I..
UF.XKIIAI. itni'MlsilOX Atli:.TS. 1
CI), IIOFPSCIIt.AI!Oltl( ft Co,
Honoiulu, Oahu, II. I ,
r.nriHri:n.s) .i.vi com.hixsiox .ur.n.
P A. SCIIAni'nit ft Co.
HllNOLUIt', HtWSIIAN ItlANOS,
IMVOHTKHS AXI) CO.U.U IS.slHX MV.lt.
ILDBR ft Co.
Cor, Fort aniiQuhkn Srt,, IIoncimi u.
I.VMIIV.II. I'AIXT.S, OII..1, XAII..S,
mill llultillttff Miilerlitlm nf rrrt-f khtil. 1
ijukrn SrnritT, UoNotutt',
A rvTIIIVKIM A XU t'O VMISHId.V MKIl
A S. CLEGHORN ft Cu.
IMI-OHTRRS ANO l)RAr kkS IN
IIKXKIIA I, MKIttlll.tif IIISi:,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Strrett, Honolulu
OLLES ft Co.
Qurrn SrtRRr, HoNOtUlU, II, I,,
snip ciiAXiH.nits .ixn vommishio.v
Importers and Dealers In lieneral Merchandise. 1
TNO. II. BROWN,
ioj Hrrktania Strfkt,
ixspkctok of ir 1:1 an rs a x n
Orders can Ie left nt tlie Polite Station.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Makrk's IIiock, Qukrn Strkft,
i.vroiiTKic.iAxn wiioi.iihau: iikai
ert In llntrrnl Merehiimllte. t
S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
it) California St.pSan I'kancivo,
ronit'.tniHsa ,i.v vommissiox
Sixrul fictlititM for anJ nattkubr allrtitlnti naiA m
con-tignmcntfor Ishmi prtMlnce. a
No. 111 Fort Strrkt, IIonoluiu,
ifATciiMAKiut, .ir.wF.t.mt, i:aii.t-
err, unit lllntitninl .Setter.
All orders faithfully esccuti-iL 31
T AWRENCE & FREETH,
Ilans ami Estimate furnished (at Works r,f r,-tn.
Mruaion, Civil Knginccrin; and f-ursesius. Office,
9 uimi 21 iiiertnaiu Hrcci, oscr J, sv. isooenson s uo.
W O. lox 101, la6-ly
No. 114 FORTSr.,lirrOSITKPANTHFONSTAIILnS,
HOOT AXU SIIOKMAKKIt. HOOTS AXIt
Shoes vittile, to onter.
Of host material at reasonable prices, and foi casS 2
TJOLLISTER ft Co.,
Wholksalk ano Rktail
itnvoaisTs axu toiiaccoxists.
No. 50 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. L r
No. iSNuuanuStrekt, Honolulu, It. 1.,
JPrnvUcal 1'litmhern, (San-filterH
Particular attention naid to the fittin? un of ihe
Springricld Gas Machine. 1
Hotkl Strebt, Honolulu, 11. I.,
HEAL1SK aV IjAliUiS' AXI)
Gent's Shoes and Gutters,
Trv mv store, afler one transaction sou will 1m sum
to come again. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strfht, Honolult, II. I.,
(orl-OMTK SAILOR'S HOME.)
CUSTOM JiOOT AXIJ SHOE
Good work ; low prices. Kepairinx s'one with neat,
nes and disleitcd.
P H. OEDING,
EacpreM anil Drtsyxnan.
Freight, PacLice, ami llasgage delivered to and from
alt paruof -Honolulu atid vicinity. Careful at
tention paid 10 moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRKSSI.V FOR TUB PURPOSE
Tclcphono 86 ; residence 335 Junchbowl street
Office 86 Klnc street. ic-S-if
OEE HOPP ft Co .
37 Maunakea street,
CARPENTER AND PUKNI1UIIE DEALER.
Houses bulk and the reiairing of house attended to.
Terms moderate. 1 ia-iy
Jjr PHILLIPS ft Co.
ml M7,orale Uniterm In t'lothlnu. Hoot;
Shoes, Hats, Meus't Purtiishiiij- GsmiIs,
Fancy Good, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
IkT P, BURGESS,
VAltPKXTKIt ami IIVIl.ltF.lt.
All kinds of joLLing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Kipreat Office.
Sluip No. 84 King- street.
l!vMof Hoftct aul otlwr itomcakfttej ninult,
treated in lh nwi ptactlcal ami M.icr.iific numtcr
vtitAsn or tiik iiour a i-kciauiy.
KcUncej Port street, Honolulu, w Iters all urJcti
left will rweiv i-rvHrtj attention. jr
r F. WOLFK,
IIUNOLULU, II. I..
UUMKHY, k'KKU ASh VJtOVIHiOX
WouU hke heaj4 ut fauiiltct, bumJiitiUwwt brritcrf
arwl Uhcrt lo knr ilut h at all lune mIIi at iKtr
tuweU U ihe low. Onlcrt kolaite4 aii-1 gxla f vany
ilcIivcicU In any iirt U the iiiyue miImiL. Numler
lt KlUrf Street, lietwrcn AUka and Kuft Sit. t-in
I7ILLIAM O. SMITH.
No. M MKkCIIANT STRKH', HONOLULU,
Sufar PlaaUtioo, Railroad, TeUphon and otbtr
Corporation Stock. Bonds and simitar
securities boutbt and told on
Conwilttliwi. Monty loaud
M Stock SKtuTtltt.
HocvJulu, 11, I., October IX, it Jr. no-tf
No. to, KiaaSrtsiT, Honolulu, II. I,
Mljij-lni; mmsI IVmimIiiIiiu Merchant,
losportart nod Daalert la
Tin Iliuixwk It Coa.pany'i I'Luaailon.
The Aksandsr & rlAj.ia PUaut.ai.
K. HalMead, or WaUlua PUMaliun.
A. II. Sanlk A Cusauany, Koto, Kauai
. M. Aleaalaler, Hail.. MaU
'tna lUika bofar Coniuaai',
im -Mwain nsisvar ymBBy.
f Sus PraacUco,
m -.m otirwi.
TW UalMI iMWMflCM HIMf
Asv sCrT mtjWmmLm -? mmrmmt
sttaaasr tsr-Bssn mtmmm . ii swr.
-slIARLUS T, OULICK,
Acitsr TO TAK Ai KH.Wll,llNrS TO I.AhOK
(.ON r HACK, AND
tir.NEItAt. llUSINr.SS Afll'.NT.
Offke In Mackee's llloek at nner (urrnanil KaaIhi.
msmi streets, Honolulu t IV
M King Street,
Tin, fii'ijii-r-, iiiol .Iheiltroit ll'oiker.
HiimUng, ga fitting and nil work In my line nomlv;
altrluletl to. 'lerrn rnoilerate.
Re mfmlr the nddrew, opwsile llie.l'ulne Station,
S4 King street. li.)6m
O . LRVIIY A CO.,
Wliolpsnln mill Roiitll Ororom,
I'ott Street, Honolulu.
I'rrli grocrtlrs and rovl.ion of all kinds on hnml ami
received regularly from I'lirci and America sshlcli
will l-n sold at the lossf.t maikrl rales.
Osi,l deliiTreil loany wtlof the city fire of llinrge.
IsLirid ofiler solictlrd ami promf attrntlon will I
Hi.ri, ii, 111c Kline, llff.ty
ASTONO LEONO ti CO.,
Nuuanu Sunt, Con. .Manink,
A II c ill n for Mnaniil Sitiar, Palatini Hire
Anil Knilii Rice I'lsnlation and Mill, tra-ty
88 Klntr street.
Dcnlcr In ovejr ilenorlptlan at BOOTS
Ladles and Cenla' Finn Wear Specially,
Nil. MitMriiAM-r fsriiBTB-r I frtsuiw nt n 11 I
iMroitrr.tts or m:si:hai. Miiiwn.ts.
tttnv front r'ntttre, 1'U.fitnmt,
Ocrmnny am) the Unitcil St.ilc. i
116 ano ai8 Cai iroKNiA Stkhkt, S. F.,
I'jritcubr nttrntlmi UiJ tu filling Ami stifipln la.
T OUIS ADLBR,
NUMBKR 13 Nt'UANO SrRRKT.
MAXUFAVTVMUl ASI MIA Ullt iX
Hoot ttml Xttur of vrerif Itrnrrtiitton.
t la.iiticaiiil ChiMren't wc.ir. My Hock U worthy of
uitcction. Prices very love. 51
T WILLIAMS & Co.
toa ANti io Fokt Stkfkt,
vnoroaiiA ruia a utmsts,
I'icturesof all tc and UmW nude ta onler, nnd
franiM of all dctcriisttonscoiiantly on hand. Alw
Corait, hhclUnnd Curiuniiicsof the Pacific e
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Honolulu, H. I.,
Dratcr In Lumhrr and tilt Klml of Huthl-
tiitf Mntrrlat, I'aiutu, Oltt Xalln, etr.t
Accnl of rvliitonen
H.ilcakal.1, Kttlamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
U llama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robinkm'i Wliarf. 1
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latk Ianion, (jRSBN & Co.)
MMVOHTKHt COMMiSSlOX MKHVItAXl
ami Ayrnt for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Fo feign Marine Insurance Company
And Northern Assurance Company, i
No. 79 Kino StriiFT,
SAJtDLi: and HAUXKSS MA K Kit,
Mexican Saddtcm.it.(nr a leading line.
Atl Linds of KF.PA1KING DONK '10 OUDKK.
Price exceedingly moderate 119-310
YONS & LEVEY,
Mnrfiom-f-rx unit VommUttlon Merchant,
lttriVI.1, ItlJWS. OlIUUM T.B. llliVnillK,
Sale of Furniture, Slock, Real Estate and Ceneral
Merchandise promptly attended to. bole agents for
American and Kuropuin merchandise. J J. l.sons.
I U J. Ivey.
-pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, IL I.
HKEF, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMIl,
I'ottltrfi and Fish
Constant"; on hand, and of choicest qualily. Potk
Sausages. Itolocnas. etc. alwava on hand. Our meats
uru. all cut and put up in Kastern slv le. AH orders
...l.MIUIIjr WinHKU ,U, ,,IH1 UCIIVVICM 111 UIIV Mll Ui IIIQ
city. Shop oil Hotel Street, l-Usscen Union nnd Fort
Streets. (406ml O. KAUIT, 1'roprielor,
IIOV.SH ,in,l .HlOX PAIXTKH,
1'AfKK IlANORR, etc,
107 King street, Honolulu.
84 King street.
Pit A CTIOA I. HA TVIIMA KKH,
And Importer of Amciican Jewelry of every descrip
tlon. (Formerly ot hau Francisco, Lalifutnia.) $0
T EWERS &OOKE,
SUCCKSSORt TO I.KVVBRS DlCKSON,)
IMPOIITF.KS AXU UKAI.KHS IX I.VM
brr nml nil kind, of Hullillun MattrlnU.
Fort street, Honolulu, 11. 1. 1
P O. HALL & SON,
Ciiknrk Fokt a Nil King Smi-HTS,
IMPOItTF.HS, UKAI.KHS IX II A Hit-
lenre, Uru llooile. Paint f,
Oil nnd Oeneral Mrrchaihlise. 1
TT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
I.KATIIF.II, IIIUKS, TAI.lAin; AXU
Acetits for tht Royal Soap Cotnisany. Ntt at Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I, g
- C. COLBMAN,
Honolulu, II, I.,
III.AVKSMITII, MACHINIST, CA II-
rlaue Work, Hurt Shoeing,
rianratioii Machinery, etc Shop on King ttract,
nest to Calle & O.A a. 1
f OHN NOTT.
No. I Kaahumanu strest,
Tta, CtrjiHr tsad Bttosst Irtm Worker,
STOVES AND RANOKS,
of all kinds, I'luniUrs nk an.1 nteials, luu fumlsh
ln stouds, tlk-utdelu-rs, lanii, etc.
j M, OAT & Co.
J Honolulu, II. 1.,
SAlL-MAKF.lt. Fltt'lH OF A 1.1. UK
Bcrirttonm mmleuml reiHtlrril.
Ia-Ti tu A, V. Cooka't new fire taoof laiikltng, foot of
t.uiMfti, noes. 11
Honolulu, II. I.
ViONKHH HTKAM VAXItV MAXVVAV-
tury iiHl tlahery,
itw..a!.u rr..r ai . . it.... . t. ...1 11 1
lstH.tV(,M sS-tsJMisjs?,.)ltti, tSMrf- ssJlttft tsUtM It ft IT.
Numlfcri Hotel street, Uttn Futt and Numhu
- BNOLINO Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Ktst,
TISHMITHH AXU FI.VMHKHS, IIKAU
tr In Slote, NsiHira, Tin, j,
f W. OIRVIN,
J Wailuxv, Maui, II,
COMMIMMIOX MKUCHAXT AXU II KX
mrml Uenler Its Urn Howie,
(SnxtrHS llardsrara, hsalloucry, l'alsi-1 Meslklnet,
IVifuruery and Glasaarara. 1
ITONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, 11, 1.,
MTKAM MXaiMKM, MtllLKH, MVUAH
MtUe, VteeUr; trim, mem
Aud lJ Cawlnft. MaJJoaiy of d.mrLJuu
sssasb 111 t-rdar. fu mittr .attwil fast aaU ta mitmf
atUAstsuam. Job awsv awtnsj sat tM tollX sw-
C II. MIIEKAPU. (KAUKAIWA.)
NuMtta n Nuuanu Srstar.
TAII.Oltl.VG Ol' lU'liltY HE
srrliillon ttoiif to orttrr.
Men's, Uiy' anl ronth' wmk i
Nimih64 Horn Srntrr,
M hi A l,S S E ll V HI) A T A 1. 1,
. hours of the dun,
Sps-tlal remit r.rrnlir Unrdert. 'Ili mly suila
Me -iv.stts Mnin In limn t tidies.
Mrt, Leon drjrari, Propilrlress,
'T' II. NORTON ft Co.,
Nil. IJ MaUNAKRA StRRRT,
llne.e linehttt,Sltnri iriiinrril anil all A fluff
of lllaelitntllh M nt k itntie In nrtttr.
Carriage msVlnirnnd rr(silrlnir done l.y rtimi.tent
Mofkmrn 'I he t-rt horse-shoer In Ihe ctnintry works
nt this place. to. ,
Cratrh op Kit aura.
iV, II. l.liXT., MAXAIIF.lt.
VWlnr ri-niiiriK any ihuihiiI dUfdiy rrsflraiilrac
lion will kindly gite the Maan-riillo.nl len day no
llcr In fine wr.ithrr, and frmil tlclen to thittren in fold.
I'lrnty to eat, a rousing fire, 1 lean l-,ls, nnd the l-rt
atlcrHl.iiice on the Hawaiiah Islsii.l. 3
r a. WILLIAMS,
iMniRTRR ANII llRAIRK IN
FVIIXITIIUK OFF.I'F.IIV UF.St'HII'TION
Aim, Vithot.tcrrrainl Mautiftietttier.
Furniture v'nrcrotu No. loo Fori tlrret. Work
slKip nt old Hand 011 Hotel hlrest. All orders r rrmi.lly
B tended lis. 41
A W. RICHARDSON A Co.
hlrONTPRS AND IlRAI RRS IN
HOOTS, SIIOF.S, Flllt.VISIIIXII IIOOIIS,
Hale, I iiit, Trunk, Ynllr,
I'effuniery am) S,siii, Walllnm Watches, Fine lew-
"!Xf "f:- ?0'' uf t" ' Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, II, I, 1
"pllOS. C. THRUM,
iMroKTINn ano MANUrAcrumNa
STATIOXF.H, XF.nS AIIF.XT, PHIXTKIt,
And iiuMishcr ol the S.vTUnAy I'Rrss.nnd .inw
un .UiiiHi ttiul AHtl. Merchant street. IHil
er in Finn .Slalionery, (looks. Music, Toys and Fancy
(ood( Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II. I,,
UFA h KSTATF. HHOKF.H A XU UMVI.O Y-
Rents Rooms, Cottages, llouses.nnd sellsnnd lease
Real Kslate In all imts of the Kingdom. Finploymrnt
found for llio- seekinR work in all the various branches
of husines connected with these Island. lA-(al docu.
nieuts drawn, Hills Collcded, Hook and Account kept
aiul KMicral office work transacted. I'atroiLieiiolicitil.
Coinmlssi.Hi moderate. -,4
f W. MACFARLANE t Co.
Cor. Fort and Qurkn Stkrrts, Honolulu,
Importer ami C'onimhnlon Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay ft Co.'a Liverpool Line of Packets
The Wafkapu Plantation
Tlie Spencer Plantation, HIlo
llakalau Plantation, lllfo
Mlrlees, Talt it Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
UrroRTFH ANO Dralpr in
(ir.ASSirA HK, MKHIUKX Stt.VKH PLA-
teil It'nrr, Urackit, Yaee,
Kine's Comhinatlon Si-rctaclc and K)ej;lase,
l.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soai-i, I'lrlure Frames, I'n
lols, Wostcnhulm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Aminuniliun, CLirk' Sjol Col loll, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needle. "Domestic" Puicr Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Lltflit-Runnlnir Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu,
ISHOP & Lo.
Honolulu, II I.,
Draw Kschangeonthe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents iu
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD SONS, lndon.
Tl.e ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION ot
t-onaon, anu tticir branches in
And transact a general Hanking llusiuess. 1
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. IIKEH'EK & Ca,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C. VKmt'KK &. Co.,
Agentt for Ihe Hawaiian Islands. 1
01 an fraocisco.
CASTLE & COOA't ACtWTS
LJAMBURG-UAGDEUUHG FIRE INSUR.
m. m. ance company ot itamuursr.
Hu.Uini, McrcturuJit-, Kumtture eiut Machinery
Ititured uuuitit lira on tlie tnmvt favuratl icrni. 1
iany of Berlin.
F. A. SCHAKFRR 6- C. AGENTS
'lite altore Inburance Cuinmny, tiai cualliihct a
General Acncv here, and llic iinderklgned., Kiicr.il
AKrivtt, at. auilHirlicd to tale UV atfaiiitt ili dangrrs
of the Sea at the n-wU reawiuUc tales and un I ho
iikmsI lavocaUe tei ins.
DRBMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. tCHAEEEK & Ct., Attt.
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Tor the Hawaiian HUimIa.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCHAEFEK V C. AGEXTS,
Tlw above laiursnc CfAmpany tia. ruaUivhcd a Gen
sai-a tsasirvj k-vi s, eass-i ..-- (a wisi tttlisvu, St (-SEIHI ttl ttrii,-
are auO lied tu Uke KbAt aulna lh dangers u the
SCHWBIZBRISCHB LLOYD RUCK VBR.
tlcbcninf GeteUscuaft of W la t ert bur.
It. IhlCKFKtM O., AGEXTS.
C4ul U he Cufuutny 'francs s,uvjkVjjo
'I1ie Afvott of I hi mlmitm Cufapuny. tut ibe tUwalUu
litUittt, are riMUnl lo laur IliuUuigs I'uifat4ur,
Mrnramlit and J'ruducv, ilsddnery. etc alw tuitfar
and K(c MilU, and vevU ht Um litu(ur( aiitM Cm
w dauui; ty fui, tm the uM favuraUe iriHU, 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINB INSUR.
ance Cotnpaay, (LIi&Hed)
THEOi it. DAWES. AGEX7
11k atUe aent hat rccclred Iiuiiuiittjiit lo re
dine lb ial of lmurttw.e Wtwveii HutKJulu an4
rtt In lite 1'aofic. ml it now riurcd lo Uy U
iitrt a ihe rwti rates, wiib a i.UI rtdsKllutiwi
frIt;t4 f MoUKWa.
HAMBURG-BNBMRN FIRE INSURANCE
F, A, SCttAEFKK 6 C., AGEXTS.
11m above Arm bating Uwn uwnit-X atiM 1 U tbJs
cuMbsuy r uMi(nI Iu iruu ruk a.na Hie mi
hsumeauj Itrkk Uultluit and pq MvnbiwJiM 4ord
aeina ai mi
ihtvrein, on the vM favuraUe Ivmm.
W tlMW oJboe.
THB HVJRPOOL AND LONDON AN9
was imwhh vafyay,
flSHOP C., AGMNTS.
1asNtsU.tl lUtiiltp mtukkttitrt.
g"l..n., ,, ,,, ,.,,,.,, al.jts
ttststfsst., .,,,,,,,,.,. tjtyttjt
NV-H full ItNl
TRArSATt.ANTIC PIRIt INSURANCE
Company of Hamtmrr.
. ItACKtKt.l) &. tV Attntt.
(irllal and llrsej.. Krlrhimaik o,rn,rm
tlwlr Ka-lnsuranceComittnltt " 101,85.1,1...
Total. Relchsmatk lo..tyt.ei
'I1i Aj.rtl,,f l,e,lv, C.mpany, for ihe Hawaiian
l.Is'-ll, s.e ir,l lu insure lt.,!l.llnc Furniture.
MenhanliM -anil IV.Iu, Machinery, He , sl.l bnt.t
ami Itli. Mills, an.1 ttswl, In l,. lulls, agalni! tost
1 lUrnAte l,y fr, n th. moM laroralU terms, i
NEW KNIILAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTI.R A CO0RK, AGKXTS,
INinsronATsli iljt. ,
The oldest Puttljr Mutual Life Iniurance
Coinpnny In tie United SUtes.
Pnllcle l..nr,l 1111 themn.t Fitrombte Term
nxAMrLK or en roumtTuait m.an t
Insured no js jtart idlasry l.fo 4an I
1 Annual pri-wlum tnnllnuei Policy t years, i days
t Annual irriiiiums continue Policy years. 11 "
) Annual premium continue Policy I years, at "
Annual premiums continue Policy i yean. at "
S Annual premiums continue Policy i.ytart,) "
Ansrts, - $i:t,nOO,HH.
Losses paid tlirounh llnoluolu Afency, $4,mo
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Siilierlbe,l faiillal .... $.1,000,000
'llienl.iv. Company liav. now cslallishnl an aitncy
here, and are pirsvr,l ro lake risks on op.
erlyof every ilesrtiptlon within tl.cie
J T. WATFRHOUSK, Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ol New Yoik.
II It.Dlill & Ce., ACENTS,
lAtrne!, Snfrt ami nail Keonomlral l.lfr
lliaritiirr Coniiiany In the Worlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
r trf fiirlhrr inrnrnt.tf l. nuu rm!.., !. "'... ...
1 !. . l,llc In-uirance p1y to the AKenii, or lo
J. I iMnwn, Soliutlnit; Agtnt i
ORTII. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. ItACKFEU) & C.t AGEXTS.
Capital and krw-rve Kelchtmarlc S,8jtooo
' their Ue-lnnrarKreCompanie., ' 3,auu(ono
Hits ARtnt(iritte above Cutntmny, Air l-tp Hawaiian
l.lan.I, are jtrri tared to Inture HuiMing. Furniture,
Merduixliit tuul I'Tuduce, Machinery, rtft, al Sugar
n.S.t JIB S.1A mm.. .A ...--.! - (u St.- I 1 .1 f
...s. ins..: .-mis, n.,t mt,i 11, inf. (MriMW, HgSinil UM.
or ilamige by fue, on ibe most favorable terms. i
TT W. SEVERANCE,
316 CALirotNtA Sr Cai., (Room No. 4 )
Hawaii ax coxsirn t commissiox
ARNDEN & Co
ri;ft 119 MakkrtSt., San Franciscii,
ap.xKitA 1. pintviiAsixa auf.xth axu
Contmllon Merchants. 1
PRANK It. AUSTIN & Co.,
Orrica Na sa Calii-ohnia Stkmt, S. F
COMMISSIOX AtlKXTS FOItWARU-
ConsiRnments from Ilia Hawaibn Islands desired
llic l-est ticcs srarronred and sales Kuarantccd. 4
HARLES BREWER ft Co.
7 KlLIIV STREKT, IloSTON,
AIIKXTS OF 1IAWAIIAX PACKKTS,
lieneral t'ontmUtlon Auent.
Special altcnllon given to the purchasing of goods for
the Hawaiian trade. Kreixht at lowest rates. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS t
10,000 Piano,; 1,000 Organ; savahalfj liuy of Ihe
manufacturers ; Tioiii $i3 lu aiouu cash, lent,
or Installments J catalogue fiee.
ANTISKI.L corner Market and t'owrll. s.n -.v.,,.
T GUS DURT,
r'or country nicrclianls and mtnini companies and f eu-
eral Commission Mercian!. Insurance eflccled In
gooil Louiunies at lowest rales.
Oilier 403 Front Street, San Franeleeo, Cml.
DALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE roUNDR8.
The Lrcesl an,! only complete Type Foundry ami
rrinters' Warchuux on lis. Pacific Coast.
oj and t7 LeldetdorrT and
Sag CotomercUl ttrtlf,
SAN IRANCISCO, CAU
We lep on lian,! tU largest stock of American Fancy '
llpecvcr ketou Ihiscunsl, together with a
most u.nJei.siuko( MUUr Rkh
ard'i Srolcb Types and cau
furulsli, at slaat liotic.,
Att-rtliltiK B tit PriaUr'n Itatt,
froma ll..lliiiloa Cjliiklcr Press. W. have a lain
suck of new and sccumt hand I'rinting Pmta-sut
all nukrs ai.l siws. W. are sot. agcistt fur
CainpUll'i Cj dialer i'mse, Cotlrrll and
llaU?K.k lresel also Secrlca, dip.
per, Jewel, (ionlon and Wasli-
WASHIKC10N HANI) PKICSSttS)
new llastcr ueam engines, which an Jus) lb Ikutt Car .
a Imcii, Tueik Water Mutn, m Paper CMtttt,
and a full line U Santsau's UxAUnucis'
OUR KlllKI.nV KOLI.KK COMPOSITION
and Peeilcu Printing Inks ar oHislderad ik. bnt U
use. Has )oi ussal our Pnfcciiun pLleit
llieysav. mlitorial work ami cumihms-
tkai, aisd tlsrrtfur. ta. inaney.
ttiTSKNII rOR OUK CATA..OGUK.
Ktutrsitta -No (axis, on il.is coast can cotaytl. walk
bt lu iualuy uf nwudt.
Clilcago oflic. lj Mcurcw aUrwt. 1
'pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
lOKStrriNO IN IIKICK.
a. jufamura a v.,
A'a J ,Vm SI., (lemtlnlm, II, .
Sol. agent fur tries. Island. TU Lea Mwklaa ap.
paratut fur Ih. PUiiutiuu, ll,cl or Faasily,
KANCKS FIXTURES such a
ffW N'ufrr HolUee,
Al.ay, la slusX
KJklt dii.l.jiit for sttllarf p
CirxuUri anJ i'rittt on
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