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VmUAIE III, NUMBER
A Newspaper Published Weekly,
MUD SrBSCBirTKM $5.00 A 1EIR, IV IDTIMK.
$6.54 to $7.50, according la their destination.
iiemimscenceh or itosui.Vi.tr.
On August lj, 1858, another Honolulu resi
lient dial on lioaril llie packet "amy Major,
on the passage from San I'ranclteo-Kobcrt
Clouston, agent of the Hudson Hay Com
pany, ajjcil 36. Mr. Clouston not a Scotch
man liy Mrth, a quiet, shrcwil, business man,
nml much liked In the community. In former
years the Itudnon Hay Company did ah ex
tensive business at Honolulu, the hulk of our
European goods being Irnportcd by them.
Their stand was near the corner of Queen and
Fori streets, now occupied by the Heaver
Illock of Mr. Campbell. George I'clly was
the agent when I first arrived here in 1846 a
gouty, choleric, brandy and port-drinking
specimen of the old-lime Hrltlsh merchant.
After a few years he retired and was succeeded
by Mr. Clouston. After the death of the
latter gentleman, the company's affairs at the
Islands were gradually dosed up.
On the 2d of June, the schooner h'alama,
chartered by the government, sailed on a
secret expedition; it was suspected, however,
In search of guano Islands to the westward.
She returned to port July 12th; but the sccrcsy
wns still kept up as to the result of her cruise.
Kumor hail It, however, that two islands had
been visited, on which were immense guano
deposits. In the early part of September, the
following appeared in the Pofyimian, under
the head of " Hy Authority :"
"Proclamation. Whereas cm the 14th clay of
i.n .o.a ,... 11.- 1.1 1 : t .. - ... ,. '
possession of. Willi the U4u.1l formalities, hv Krimiif-t I'.
Allen, t'iuire, he being duly Authorized 10 do no, in
the name of Kameliamrna IV,, King of the Hawaiian
Islands, 'therefore, this it lo give notice that the said
Islands o taken possession of are henccforlli lo 1hcoii
sldcred and rejected as part of the domain of the King
of the Hawaiian Island. I'uhlitliett tiitrtttant In nil
order hy the King In IVivy Council, on the 37111 day of
Here was an extension ol the realm of II.v
svali by annexation, pure and simple. Hut it
was claimed that an American schooner, on a
guano searching expedition, had, in the previ
ous month of March, u'sited and taken posses
sion of Cornwallis Island, leaving a flag-staff
with the American flag on it, which, it was
asserted, the A'afama't party lore down and
hoisted the Hawaiian flag in its place. This
was emphatically denied by Mr. Allen and the
master of the Kahma. On October 71I1 of
the same) car, a notice appeared In the San
Francisco IfcralJ, signed by "I,. Haskell,
agent of the Hawaiian Guano Company," re
Itcring the foregoing proclamation, and declar
ing that "the Hawaiian government will un
questionably give any protection required by
the company which is preparing to export
guano front the islands described in the procla
mation of the King." This last assurance of
"protection" by our government, caused no
little amusement at the time, at the expense of
the officials who were understood to be the
prime movers in this guano-hunting expedition.
Hut, ai the deposits turned out to be useless,
the whole affair died out and was forgotten.
Still, it may fairly be allowed that the two
Islands then formally annexed are still a "part
of the domain of the King of the Hawaiian
During September and October, we had a
fine icv of the comet of 1S5S, known as
Donati's comet, from the Italian astronomer
svho first saw it. It appeared in the north
west and was traveling rapidly towards the
sun, with a tail about fifteen degrees in length.
October 4th, being the first day of the term
of the Supreme Court, Ashcr II. Hates, Dis
trict Attorney of Oahu (there was then a Gov
ernment District Attorney for each Island), on
behalf of the members of the bar and pfficers
of the court, presented to the Supreme Court
the irortrait of William L. Lee, late Chief
Justice, which now adorns the court-room.
It used to be a common remark here, based
upon experience, that most people who had
once resided for any length of time on the
Islands, were pretty sure, after going away
ostensivcly forever, to come back again. This
was illustrated in the fall of 185S by the return
to Lahaina of G. 1). Gllman, a somewhat
noted ship-chandler, who, after making for
years lots of money out of the whaling fleet,
had gone back to his native Boston but not
to stay. His shingle, G. D. Gllinau & Co.,
was promptly out on the 1st of October, to
greet the incoming fleet of whalers, with whom
" G d Oilman," as the skippers somewhat
profanely dubbed him, was very popular. At
the. same time returned from a trip "home,"
I'eter II, Treadway, Sheriff of Lahaina, the
genial, fun-loving, story-telling Peter and
i Capl. Stephen Uailcy, it retired whaleman,
who was a sort of left-handed agent for whale
ship owners, nnd who knew to the minutest
particular everything that could be known
about each ship In the fleet and those on
board, from the skipper down, a perfect en
cyclopedia In this respect. Seated in Charles
L. Richard & Co.'s store (now A. V. I'circe
& Co.'s), amid a circle of yarii-spimitug ship
masters, "Steve Uailcy" always had the
most to say, and his JitU on disputed points
were considered final.
In October, 1S5S, John II, Drown was ap
pointed Sheriff of the Island of Oahu, In place
of II, S. Swlnton, resigned.
October 12, our residents were treated to
the then unusual sight of a steam ship of war,
In the arrival front Callao of the U. S. S,
Mtrrimac, Flag Officer John C. Long, In
command of the Pacific squadron. She was a
fine specimen of Ihe st)le of naval architecture
then in favor a three-decker, carrying 40
gum, Pahlgren and l'atxham. This was
the same vessel which had the now his
torical fight with the Monitor. In Hampton
roads, 1 battle which brought about a woild
wide revolution In naval construction.
The cigth annual meeting of Ihe Koyal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society took place at
the court house, October 19th, when an address
was delivered by the retiring president, K. C.
Wjllic, and the Vcpott of the corresponding
secretary, Dr. Hillebrand, was read. The
society was gradually falling Into decay. The
receipts for the year, exclusive of an an
nual government grant of $JQO, amounted
to only $318.19, and the membership had
fallen to sixty-seven. The society had $JJo
invested on good security. The officers elect
ed for (be ensuing jear were 1 President, John
Montgomery j Vice-Presidents for Oahu
Prince I Kamehamcha, Kobeit Moflitt j Ha
waii Kcv, W. C. Shlpman ; Maul James
M,Vee 1 Kauai R. V. Woods 1 Treasurer,
James W. Austin t Coitesiwndlng Secretary,
W, HiUtlnandi Recording Secretary, E. O,
1111 j Executive Committee J, II. Wood,
Dr. Cauls F. GuiUon, A, 1). Bates, His Ex.
I). L. Gregg, and J. Fuller.
The Uev. Kll Corwin, who with his wife
had arrived from California Octolier 20th, was
on the 31st installed as pastor over the Fort-J
Street Church, In place of the Kcv. Y G.l
Heckwnth, who was called to a San Francisco
November tst, Harnum W. Field, who had
been a graduate of the old Honolulu house ol
S, II. Williams & Co., Importers and general
merchants, retired from the business which he
hal carried on for several years, and was suc
ceeded by Capt. Ilcnjamln F, Snow, In the
coral stone store now occupied by II) man
Ilros. on Merchant street.
It may be Interesting at this dale to enumer
ate the principal business firms of Honolulu In
1S58. These were 4
C. A. & II. F. Poor, Importers and com
mission merchants, located In the second story
of Makec's Hlock.
C. L. Ulohards & Co., ship chandlers,
stone store directly opposite the above. The
firm consisted of Mr. Richards and II, W.
Severance, now Hawaiian Consul ntSan Fran
risen. D. C. Waterman & Co., ship chandlers
and. jdilp agents. D. C. Waterman & John
F, Pope, Janlon's Hlock,
C. Hrcwcr 2nd, general commission.
U. C. Janlon, Importer and insurance
K. I loffschlaegcr & Stapenhorst, importers
and insurance agents.
John Thomas Watcrhousc, importer and
Krull 1c Moll, importers.
Castle & Cooke, importers and merchants.
K. O. I fall, importer and dealer.
W. A. Aldrich, importer and dealer.
J. C. Spalding, commission merchant and
W. N. Ladd, importer and dealer in hard
ware. Mulchcrs & Co., (G. C. Mulchcrs & G.
Kcincrs) commission merchants and ship
II. F. Snow, importer and dealer.
II. Ilnckfeld & Co., general commission
agents nnd ship chandlers.
Von Holt & Ilcuck, (II. von Holt and" T.
C. Ilcuck) imKrtcrs and dealers.
A. J. Cartwright, commission and general
George S. Howe, lumber merchant,
Godfrey Khodcs, wholesale wines and
Ritson X. Hart, wholesale wines and
A. S. & M. S. Grinbaum, clothing.
The medicos were Drs. Hoffmann, Mc
Kibbin (senior), Guillon, ford ; and among
lawyers, we had C. C. Harris, It. G. Davis,
J. W. Austin, J. E. Chamberlain, John Mont
gomery, and A. 11. Hates.
An interesting visitor arrived at Honolulu
on the 7th of November, 1858. This was the
United States surveying schooner Ftnnimort
Cooper, Lieut.-Commandcr John M. Hrookc.
The object of Ihe expedition was to examine
and locate the reefs and shoals which had long
been represented on charts of the Pacific as
existing on the route between San Francisco
and China. The work was undertaken by the
American government in view of the future es
tablishment which was even then talked about
of a line of steamers to China, in connection
with that other stupendous undertaking, then
still in embryo, the Pacific Railroad. The
Cooper had thoroughly sounded on the way
from San Francisco to the Islands, using the
deep-sea souuding appaiatus of which Lieut,
Hrookc was the inventor, and with which the
telegraph plateau across the Atlantic was
mapped out, leading to the successful laying of
the Atlantic cable. Between the coast of Calf
fornia and these Islands, the least depth of
water reported by the Cooper was two miles.
This, the lieutenant thought, was an elevation
of the bottom or a submarine range of moun
tains, I)ing about midway between these
Islands and the Coast. With this exception,
the depth was quite uniform. These Islands
were found to rUe very abruptly from deep
water, and a depth of two miles was found
within a very short distance of Hawaii. The
Cooper, after a short stay at the Islands of
several weeks, including a short surveying
cruise to the westward, proceeded to examine
the usual route of vcjsels bound to China,
touching at Guam and Japan. She was after
wards reported as lost at Hakodadi, but her
records, I think, were saved. Some of our old
residents w ill remember her officers as very
pleasant gentlemen of education. lieutenant
Thorburn, the second in command, was a
member of the government commission which
surveyed the overland route between San An
tonio, Texas, and San Diego. Mr. Kern, the
draughtsman, accompanied Fremont on his
celebrated journey to California over the
Rocky Mountains In 1845. Kern River was
discovered by and named after this gentleman.
II. U s.
Says Ihe American MailunJ Export Journal:
"The wealth proper of the United States has
increased from $31,200,000,000 in 1870, to
$42,000,000,000 in 1SS0, equal to 35 per cent.
This increase is credited to the different divi
sions of the Union in the following proportions:
40 per cent, to the Western States; 36 per
cent, to the Middle States, and 34 per cent, to
the remainder of the country. In the compar
in of wealth with iwpulatlon, there is a
remarkable diversity. For example, New
England, with 8 per cent, of the population,
has 12 per cent, of the wealth; the Middle
States, with 23 per cent, of the population,
have 40 per cent, of the wealth, and the South
ern States, with 30 per cent, of the population
have only 10 per cent, of the wealth. The
Western States have 3$ per cent, of the popu
lation and 34 per cent, of the wealth, and the
Pacific States alout 4 per cent, of each. These
calculations arc based on the census report of
loao, and are not trustworthy except when ap
plied to the period to which they relate. Since
18S0 the United States has advanced rapidly
in the matter of wealth.
The contemplated tlip to California of
Chaihs A. Dana and Simon Cameron and
families, who are said to intend visiting the
Islands, is delayed by the illness of Cameron's
son. They will start soo.i, traveling by the
A trade journal sayst Sugar machinery Is
in active demand In Kansas; the development
of the sugar Industry promises to exceed the
most sanguine hopes of the friends of Ameri
can Industrial development.
According to the (Mm, the government has
again declined to reduce the duly on foreign
sugar. Meanwhile the price has risen so much
in Russia that it pays to ship thither in spite of
the high duty.
Goethe sayt "Of all thieves fools are the
worst they rob you of tune and temper."
E-IONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1SS3.
"1XTILLIAM O. SMITH,
attorney at -.in,
81 MrmiiANT Srsser, Honolulu,
attorney at law.
And Notary Public. Attends all Ihe Courts of ihe
M Fo-t Stuiiiit. Honolulu, t
attorney. t- counsellor at la w.
attorney at lam;
No. 4 Mprciiaht SrnutT, Honolulu, II, t,
lJ.jm (Next door lo R. F. Diclcerton's law office.)
-J-yiS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
OrricE coxNtx Fort and IIhsetania Srs..
svnnnoxs ash homiiwatuio vh:
Office I lours Until 9 A.M., and from 1-3 and 6:jo-J P.M.
TNO. A. IIASSINGBR,
Intkiiiok Orrlcit, Honolulu,
AOKST TO TAKI! AV.KXoni.lUHlV..
ninit In Vnntrarti fur f.nhm: 3
TNO. S. McOREW, M. D,
J VIIYSTVtAS nml NiriUKOX,
Hotel slreet, between Fort and Alattea Mrects.
From 7 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
106 if Telephone No. 1(4.
JOHN II. PATY,
. liiiNoiii.u, Oahu, H. I
xotaiiv vvm.w Axit coMMi.sswxnn
For Ihe Slates of California and New York. Office
nt Ihe Hank of Bishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AunxTTo taki: ACKsowr.r.nnr.-
mrnlt 1, CoitrnrUlo Labor.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, K-plan.iJc. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
ItKXTAI. HUOMS OX I'OHT STHKKT.
Office in llrewer's Block, corner Hole and Fort
Streell, entrance on Hotel Street. I
HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu. II I
rnrstcTAX Axn sunzr.ox. office
IOH Fort tttrrrt.
Office hours from 10 to la a. m., and 3 to 3 p. m.
Residence 195 Nuuanu Street. 49
B. EMERSON, M. D.
HovoLUix, II, I.,
VIITS1VTAX AX1 SV1KIKOX,
Tflphionr Number i4g.
Office hours-from 8H to lof a. m ; iH to M p. m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
corner Fort street. it
P A. DE LA NUX
svurKvon axi civil r.saiSRKU,
Address, HONOLULU Post-office. 166-61
C BREWER & COMPANY,
OeliernlMermnlllmmil Commttmlnn Afciits
QurEN Strkkt, Honolulu.
Officer P. C. Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
lions. Charles K. Bishop and II. A. I'. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. 12S
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Qurkn Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
UlroltTHIe AXII liEALEH IX OKX
entl IrrhiiHilhf, 1
Ship Ciirprnler, Spur Maker anil Caulker
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
Tf T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IltVOllTKKS AXli C03IMISSIOS 31 Kit
1UTRS. A: M. M ELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
VASHIOXAHLE DRESS ASJ CLOAK.
-IX7-M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SVOAlt FACTO US AX1 C03I3IISSIOX
WM. C. IRWIN.
J-VILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
DIVORTV.RS AXII DEALERS IN UAUD-
irare, Cutlery, Tools,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SlIIV CIIAXM.EKS AXO COMMISSION
Acents for Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Per
ry Davis' Pain Killer. 1
J AINE ft Co.
Honolulu, II, I.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS IMI'OR-
tert ami Dealer In
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
CIIAMI'AONK CIDER MANUFACTORY,
.No, 13 LiLiiiA Street, Honolulu.
11iU bealth-uiilgoratin beeraKC Is for sale at all the
lcadtne saloons in Ihe city. Orders Irum the other
islands promptly attended to. 133
B. MclNTYRE ft BROTHER,
Cok. Kinq anu Fort Srs., Honolulu,
OROCERV AND FEElt STORK, 1
HACKFELD ft Co.
Queen SrMSstT, Honolulu, II. I.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AIIESTS. t
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Honolulu, Oahu, It. I.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER.
p A. SCHAEFER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaniu,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER'
ILDER ft Co.
Cor. Fostano Queen Sis., Honolulu.
LVMRER. VAINTS, OILS, NAILS,
uhiI MiiifWfnir Material of every kind. 1
P P. ADAMS,
Qusin Street, IIosolulu,
,1 VCTIONEER .1 NO COMMISSION MER.
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
lUrORTIRS AND D(AlS JN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
MHIf CHANDLERS AXD COMMISSION
Importers an4 Dealers U General Merchandise. 1
TNO. H. BROWN,
'r 10) Beretani Street,
tNMPMOTOM or WEMOMTM AND
Orders cu U Is U the Polita Station.
S. GRIN3AUM & Co.
Makpr's Block, ) urn StRRrrr,
IMPORTERS ANU WHOLES.! LP. DP.Atc
em In tlenrrat Merrhaiulhe. 1
S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
914 Cai trORNiA St., San FraNcuco,
Fotnrjitnixo jxn coMMtsmox
SfjecUI faciiitiM for ru! particular Attention paid to
conugnmenu 01 luana prouuec. a
No. nt Fort Strrrt, Honolulu,
WATCHMAKER, .tl'.WELEH, EXORA.
err, anil Diamond Setter.
All orders faithfully executed. 32
J AWRENCE & FRBETH,
COST It ACTORS.
Plans and F.stimatee furnished for WArkt nf Cnn.
slruction, Civil nngineering anil Surveying. Office,'
I9ana 71 iwertnam street, over J. , Kouenson i-O.
P. O. Box tor. 136-ly ,
No. 114 Fort ST.,nrroiritpANTiiRor. Staolm,
HOOT AND SHOKMAKER. HOOTS AXtt
Shoe mtlile to order.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and fol cash. 1
JTOLLISTER ft Co.,
Wholesale anu Retail
VllVattlSTS AXD TOHACCOXIHTS,
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, I. t
No. 18 Nuuahu Strpht, Honolulu, II, I.,
Practical Vtttmbrr, (in Ftttrr ittul Cop
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of I lie
Springfield Ga Machine. t
lIoTftf. Street, Honolulu, II. L,
Dealer In Lattic' and tlcnttrmcn Shoe
Try my More, after one transaction jou will be sure
to come a 2a in. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Mfkchant Strfkt, Honoiilt, II. I.,
(oprcniTK sailor' momr.)
CUSTOM HOOT AXtt SHOVMAICFHS,
Good work ; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ne and donated.
P H. OEDING,
12xprcn and Ifraiman
Freight, Packages, and Ilaggage delivered to and from
all partsof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, uith
WAGONS KXPRESSLY TOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 J residence 125 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King street. 106-if
OEE HOPP.& Co,
37 Maunakea street,
Carpenter find Furniture Deater.
Houses built and the repairing of house attended to.
Terms moderate. in.iy
"jyr PHILLIPS & Co.
and Who1eate Dealer In Clathlny, Hoots,
Shoes, Hats, Mcns's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street. 4
-r F. BURGESS,
CAltVJ-ZXTKH and 1WILDKR.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to. j
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Express Office.
Shop No. 84 King: street 108
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner.
DISEASES OF THE HOOF A SPEC! A LTV.
Residence 85 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. 5-qr
Honolulu, II. I.,
GROCERY, FEElt AXD PROVISION
Would like heads of families, boardinghouse keepers
and others to know that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered In any part of the city or suburbs. Number
109 King Street, between Alakea and Fort Sis. si6m
TXTILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Establuhed in 1.879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, H. I., October 1st, 1882.
-SASTLE & COOKE,
No, 80, King Steeet, Honolulu, II. I.
Slilpplny anil Commlulon Merchant;
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation,
llie Alexander & Ilaldwin Plantation.
R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa. Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
Ihe Haiku Sugar Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston,
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes et Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox ft Clbb's, Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, i-q
-sHARLES T. OULICK,
Agent to take Acknomledcuents to Lakoe
GENERAL BUSINESS ACENT.
Office In Mackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
manu streets, Honolulu. siy
54 King Street,
Tin, Copper., and Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumbing, gas filling and all work In my line promptly
attended to. Terms moderate.
Remember Ihe address, opposite ihe Folic. Station,
M King street. loo-ora
O LEVEY 4 CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
rcicired regularly from Europ. and America which
will U sold at lb. lowest market rates.
Goods delivered 10 any part of the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will M
given loth. same. lli.iy
-IXTONO LEONG ft CO.,
Nuuanu Stsskt, Cue. Maeine,
Agent for Moanul hugar, Patauta llie
And Kallua Rice Plantation and Mill, tti-iy
"pilEO, H, DAVIES ft Co.,
(Lte Union, Geisk a. Co.)
IMPORTER, COMMISSION MEKCHAN1
and Agent for
Lloyd's and the Lhreraool Underwriters.
ntifh and Foreign atarln Inauraaca Coewaaf,
And Northern Atmrsnc. Company. 1
T B. SILLOWAY,
' ',( No. ;, Kino Steeit,
SADDLM ) MAMNKSM MAMKM,
Mtskan SiUW-maklag a leading: Um.
All kinds of REPAIHINO DONE TO ORDER.
Price. iicsstine)ly odersic, iM'
Zi. 8 King street.
Dealer In Ereru Deeerlptlon of Hoot
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
No. 49 Merchant Strekt, Honolulu, H. I,,
IMPOnTKIlS OF OKXFeltA U MF.hCUAX
dte from France, inaland,
nrmin rim! its tfnTt.! C .
j '-" " "'""
ai(ANn nt California Street, S, F,,
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping Is
and orders. ,
T OUIS ADLER,
5 Nusibek 13 Nuuanu Street.
MANUFACTURER AXD DEALER IX
tlont and Shoe nf ereru Deaeetiillaii.
r.fiB Itn.t n.iM.aH1. .. ST.. ....-I. 1- ..... -
... .iiuwiuui.ii, nc.it, il)-u, IIWUTIIiyol
iiii,ivi,uii. 1 rues very low. (
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
101 and 104 Fort Street,
PHOTOGRAPHIC A RTISTS.
Pictures of all sires and kinds made to order, and
frames of alt descriptions constantly on hand. Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. a
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II, I.,
Denier In Lumber and all kind of llitlld-
lug Material, l'nlnt, Oil, Sulla, etc.,
Agents of schooners
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauaht and Leahl.
At Robinson's Wharf. r
YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Commhilon Merchant,
IlPArrn Hlock, Qupen Stree, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture. Slock. Real Kstate fcnd nnerat
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise, f I. Lyon!
'pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, If. 1.
Ileef, Veal, Million, Lanili, Poultry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausages, llolognas, etc., always on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up In Eastern slle. Ail orders
faithfully attended to, and delis ered in any part of the
city, fehop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
streets. uo-cm u. KAUI'l', Proprietor.
CD, C. ROWE,
HOUSE ifnd SIGN PAINTER,
Paper Hanger, etc,
107 King street, Honolulu.
84 King street,
PR A CTIC. I L WA TCIIMA KF.R,
And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formerly ol San Francisco, California.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Leers& Dickson,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX LUM-
ber and all kind ofJIulldtng Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. t
P O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kino Streets,
IMPORTERS, DEALERS IN HARD-
tcare, Dry Good, Faint,
Oils and General Merchandise. ' 1
W. McCHBSNEY ft SON,
I.EATUER, HIDES, TALLOW, AND
Aeents for the Rova! SoaD Comnanv. Kn a Cineen
street, Honolulu, H, I, 9
s C, COLEMAN,
Honolulu, H. I.,
IILACKSMITJI, MACHINIST, CAR
rlaae Work, Hone Shoeing,
Plantallun Machinery, etc ShoD on Klner street.
next to Castle & Cooke's. 1
No. S Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper tutd Sheet Iron Worker,
SlUVESi AND KANU1.S,
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish.
ing gooos, cnanucners, lamps, etc
T M. OAT ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SAIL-MAKERS. FLAGS Of ALL DE-
tcrlptlon made and repaired.
Loft in A. F. Cooke's new fire-nroof buildinu. foot ol
Nuuanu Street. r a8
Honolulu, It. I.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY MANUFAC-
tory and Bakery.
Practical Confectioner. Pastrv Cook and Baker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
ENGLINC ft Lo.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TINSMITHS AND PLUMBERS, DEAL-
er In Store, Range, Tin, 3a
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui. H. I.,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AXD GEN.
eral Dealer In Dry Good,
Groceries. Hardware. Stationers'. Patent Medicines.
Perfumery and Glassware. t
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, 11. 1.,
STEAM ENGINES, ROILERU, SUGAR
Mill, Cooler, Iron, Bra
And Lead Castings. Machinery of every descrtDtin
made to order. Particular attention paid lo Ship's
Blacksouthing. Job work executed on the shortest no
C H, MBBKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
(SUStBEE II HUUANV STEEET.
TAILOMXG OF JSrHHV DE-
scrluHon done to ovdet:
Men's, boys' and youths' work. 1
Nuusee 64 Hotel Street,
MMALS SEKVUIt AT ALL
hours of the titty,
SdcciaI terms for remilir boarders- Tha nnlv suti.
ble private room In town for Ladies. ,
ears. s.eon ctejean, rropnetrest.
np H. NORTON ft Co.,
no. 13 maunakea Street,
Uorte shoeing, Shoe remorcd a Mil all kind
of Blacksmith Work done to order.
Carrtaza maklna and rcrjafrinff dona bv eomnatent
workmen. The Lcat horse-shoer in the country works
at this place, 103-0
Ceatse or Kilauea.
W. U. LKNTM, MANAGER.
1slton renuirinf any uniMuil ,!inLkV at vftlrante ac
tion iU kindly give the Wanai er at least ten days no
tice in fun weather, and from eleven to thirteen la foe I.
Plenty to cat, a rousla j ore, dean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands. 5
s B. WILLIAMS,
luroarsE and Dealer m
FURNITURE OF KVKMY DESCRIPTION
4M tvjMlOrr esse. Jwssacssrr.
Furnitura Wsmoami No. SM Port atraase. Wnrk.
shop at old stand on Hold Sines. All orders promptly
A W. RICHARDSON ft C.
uroaTSSAD DsAI.au in
BOOTS, SHQBM, FVKMIIHIXO GOODS,
Mm, Cvjtt, .VsmbJm, TmH,
Mmsty and &ns, Wakfcea Walclus. line Jew
by. esc, oat.oIWmH Mtt sfclil MfMlf, Reef
.If. CAMAC11S, rreritter,
No. 6s llotEL .StartT, Honolilc, II. I,
Meal nt all hour, and the table tupplled
lelth Ihe beet the market afford.
"-pllOS. G. THRUM,
ItlrORTIIIO AHD Manupacturino
STAT10XER, XEWS AGENT, PRINTER,
And publisher of the Saturday Press, and await.
tin AtlflAiote am.t Amnu.it. Marrbanf at. T1..I
er in Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Toys and Fancy
Ooods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
OSEPH E. WISEMAN
REAL ESTATE BROKER AXD EMPLOY-
Rents Rooms, Collages, Houses, ami sells and leases
Real hstale In all parts of Ihe Kingdom. Employment
,, . - a,:,,! wwia hi an ine various Drancnes
of business connected with these Islands. Legal docu.
merits arnwn, lulls collected, lluokt and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 34
r W. MACFARLANB tx Co.
Cor. Fort and Queen Strerts, Honolulu,
Importer and Commlttlon Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay ft Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, HUo
Hakalau Plantation, Hilo
Mlrlees, Tail & Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
iMrORTBR ANU DEALER IN
GLASSWARE, MERIIIEN SILVER PLA-
ted Ware, llraeket, l'ne,
Klntr'a fTnmf.in.-lltnn S?.,,3.t.. .....I IT.-I. .
Luslral Wire Ware, fancy Saips, Picture frames, Pis.
lols, Woslenholm a Pocket Culfery, Powder, ihot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. V Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
OISHOP ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Draw Exchange on the BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents in
Mr.SSKS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD it SONS. London.
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 01
i-onoon, anu llieir branches In
And transact a general Banking Business. 1
TJOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. tlKKII'!! & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BREII'SR & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
01 ban r rands co.
CASTLE 6- COOKE. AGEXTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg'.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable ternu. 1
rORTUNA GENCRAL INSURANCE COM
7 pany of Berlin.
K A. SCIAEFEK & Cc.t AGEXTS,
The above Insurance Comoanv. has ettablishl a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agent, are authorized to take risk against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
BREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
A A. SCHAEFER & Co., Agtnts.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin.
F A. SCHAEFER fr Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Comoanv lias establit huA a On.
eral Agency here, and the above -signed. General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
ocas ai me most rcasonaoie saies, anu on tne most la
SCHWBIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs GeseUschaft of Wlnterthur.
A HACKFELD A Co., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company francs 5,000,000.000
The Agents of the aboe Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Umldings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery etc.. also .Sugar
m.A Uin. Xf til. --J . I. I- .U L-IC. .T-
aim nivs Willis, hiiu TtusTH 111 1IIC lldTUUr, HgatltSI IOSS
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
RIT1SH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance (.omnany, (L.inuteai
TIEO. . DAl'tES, AGENT.
The above aeent has received instructions tn ra.
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in ihe Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
des at the lowest rate, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. r
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SClAEFEK b Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
comiiany are prepared to inure risks against fire on
Stone and llrick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most fasorable terms. I'nr nanL-iitari
apply at their office.
TUB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob. Insurance Company,
BISHOP & Co., AGEMS,
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder:
Kesenre..,., ;.., 4,7)0,000
income foe 1(79 1
Premiums received after deduction 0." re- '
Insurance . . ., 9 .,
Losses promptly adjutted and paid here. 1
-pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN BRICK.
O. ENGLING & Co,,
N. J Nun St., HeiuUU, II, .
Sole agents fur these Islands, The best cooking ap
paratus far the Plantation, Hotel or family.
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Boiler,
Grate Hart, Ktc,
Always In stock,
Explicit directions for setting up accompany even
Circuari ami Print oh applieatioit. tii-qr
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCV
On First-class securities, for long of short periods.
Aoolv U W. L (".BEEN. U.n.aWb .
OsWOumo Stmt, m G. W. Haciailana & C0..1M
-virAiLuicu poi rAcroav,
- Waiurgv, Mail, K. I.,
JSMi (rssW, oFmlmi MmnnfseHtre (Urn-
tumsty. Allo.dw.ilkd wiiidaspatdi.
I B.M. .
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
I. II AC Kf ELD cV Co., Artnti.
Capital and Resepre Relchsmark ,ono,ooa
their RC'Insurance Companies ' foi,6to,ons
Total Reichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure lluildings. Furniture,
Merchandise arnl rrodoce. Machinery, etc, also Suffer
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against lost
or damage by fire, on the most favorable Irrms.
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE fc COOKE, ACENTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Pntlcle tented on IhemoHt I'arnrabte Term
exAMriit of NoN-ro.rEiTU.r. rLAM .
Insured age 35 yean ordinary life plan i
Annual premium continues Policy a years. 1 days
Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, 11 '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, s? "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy S years, 46
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,s "
Ah-sris, - $l3,r,00,000.
Losses paid through Ilnoluotu Agency, $40,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Insurance Co.
Subscribed Capital - . . . $l,lwo,000
The above Company have now established an agency
nee, mtu aia pirparcu to lane risas on prop
erly of every description within these
J, T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
01 new xork.
II ILDER & Co., AGENTS,
iMrgeel, Safe! and most Economical Life
inuranee Comimny In the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
and for rates of Insurance apply lo the Agents, or to
J E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent,
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
company ol Hamburg.
JL HACKFELD & Co.. AGEXTS,
Capital and Reserve. .., . .Reichsmark 8.830,000
ineir Ke-insuranceomianies. " 35,000,000
I n nT si rifl Ihe eatwsa,ak pAM...ns, sfvi .t.a. tT......
- "" "" "- "": sllllMIiyi ISJI II, C IlstlrValliail
"""" " vl"," iMsuic iuiiuiiKs. riirnnure,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., aIo Sugar
and Kice Mills, and eisclt In the harbor, aeainst loss
or da mage by flic, on the most favorable terms. 1
TT W. SEVERANCE,
316 Caiifokma St., Cal., (Room No. 4.)
HAWAIIAN CONSUL COMMISSION
ARNDEN & Co
117 & 119 MahketSt., San Fkancisco,
GENERA L P URCHA SING A GENTS AND
Cnmmtsston Merchants. 1
PRANK H. AUSTIN & Co.,
Orrics No. jo California Street, S. F.,
COMMISSION AGENTS FORWARD.
Consianmenle from tha Hawaiian l.lanrla A.A
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
-HARLES BREWER & Co.
7 KILBY bTREBT, LtoSTON,
AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS,
General Commission Agents.
Snriat ,ll,nlinn n'wn .n ,i mif...i.n .fuJ. ?..
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rales. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
10,000 Pianos; 1,000 Organs; save half; buy of the
manufacturers; from $jj to $1000; cash, rent,
6r installments ; catalogues free.
. ANTISELL, corner Marltet and Powell. San Fran
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining companies and gen.
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rales.
Office 403 Front Street, San Francisco, Cal.
)ALMER ft REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS. -
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
rnmcrs narcnous. on tne 1'acinc loasi.
aof, and m7 Leldesdorff and
saa Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
We leep on hand the largest slock of American Fancy
T. ..M L.M An .. ... . .1 1.1. -
jr. n,. v, ,., iwHi ,vv.iicr will,
mott complete stock of Miller ft Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice.
.fVaytklas U tk PriaUra Umm,
from a JlodUn toaCjlinJer Press. We have a taret
stock of new and second hand Printing rcsses of
all makes and lifts. W are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses, Cottrell and
lUbcock Presses; also Peerless, Dip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Hauler steam engines, which art Just the thing fx
printers, Tucrk Water Motors, Gem Papw Cutlers,
and a full tine of Sanborn's bookLindets
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks ar considered the best In
use. Have you used our Perfection platcsf
They savs editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore savt money.
AT SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
RlMKUftta No houM on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office ijft Monro strtet.
D, X. ri'FiC, Proprietor,
Having purchased the HotebStrctt Maikst I takt
plaasurein announcing that I will give th business my
personal attention, ana hope to supply ,h wants of th
public of Honolulu In a satisfactory manner.
BEET, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMS,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TABLE
AtWAVt OH HAXD.
PROMPT DELIVERY MADE.
ORDERS TAKEN BY TELEPHONE
TsLSntoKE, So. jyA iji
WaeauHtactiuetheVeRY BEST QUALITY Fain
due. As Tare.
OwisftotU est.nl of land, cultivate by ut,'
out aall rhranar than ctusra. md us -""' tJaraa.
onl etiioyee e kke Iss aay tadaraof
TOnlsrsby Fost raoale ysomgt wtswloa.
C. U. HUM.-, nisT A. A. COVRTNBY
WHOLE iNUiMBER 136
I'KOM LIVUKroOL. "
THEO. H. DAVIES 8c CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
From the cargoes of the ULLOCK and other recent
ressets, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing:
,'f'nn of Ihe latest stttesfast colors!
;.;. ' ..' ' "ro,rn uinen irrtlls,
hue troy .Ion Sheeting,
Horrock'e long Cloths Wateiproof Tweesls,
Ir.e,V.'"1 Toweling, Class Towels,
Table Cloths, Table Napkins,
Prtrei Llnnne, Shrtwle, Drtne Ooods,
(Jrenadliw, While and Coloretl Silk
Colored Satins, Crass Cloths,
Artificial Mowers and Feathers,
SM',nnJU',,i,"rthi'f,i si' HandVerchiefs,
I able Covers, woolenj Colored Satteens and Crapes,
fancy Mixture and lllue and Cray Hannels,
) Ictoria I;ns, llrools' Spool Colton,
lllue and WTiite Check Listadot,
FANCY DRESS OOODS,
Fancy I'Uids, Recalla Shirts, Wool Shirts,
White and Colored Cotton Shirts,
fancy Scarfs Pilot Reefers,
J1''"-' Whl,e na "fO"" Cbtlon Half Hose,
Ladies Hose, Men's Ready-made Oothing,
Indies' llais fwhite, black and fancy straw),
Indu Rubber Coals, Cane, and Leucines,
lllue and Cray Horse Blankets,
Woolen Dlanketf, all sires, colors and wefjhtsj
Velret Carpet, Vrlrel Rug;
Vctrct and Tnpeetry Door Mat:
i.iVM "wrtmeni of OENTLEMF.N'S and LA
DIES' SADDLLS J also, Saddles Tor Iloys and Girls,
and a few '
DRIDLF.S, Saddle Clolht and Chamois Skins.
SttKitp Bastt, 80z.'i6.
Coal Bast, 86x37.
Rice Base and Twiaa.
Galranl.ed Corrugated Roofing (14 jsuge),
in 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, Not. t, ;, 6 and j, and Staples;
Galranued Iron lluckels, all sires;
Galvanized Wash liaslns,
GalvanUed Garden llorderinz and Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sires;
Teakettles, real Japan lllackbg.
Pin-hiff Uriel and Our den Tiles,
lawn Seals ami Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND OLASSWARX.
Fancy Class Flower Stands,
Fem Baskets, etc
rORTLAND CEMENT-FIRE BRICKS,
Liverpool Salt and Bock Salt, Zincs, Paints
nnd Boiled Otis, Worcester Sauce
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and seten yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, tiles ", )i, , and i.
POWELL DUFFRYN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING, from "jtoi.,"
One Six-Horse Potcer Portable Engl:
Also, One Three-Horse Foieer rrHml
sor THEO. II. DAVIES CO.
and manufacturer of AERATED WATERS.
Importers and Dealers In
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIQARKTTU
Belfast Ginger Ale.
59 Nnuanu St, and Cortwr Fort and
HONOLULU, H. I,
Fo 1'otTA.iM oa faaauna.iT