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VOLUME III, NUMBER
A Newspaper Published Weekly,
Ml LTD SCBSfR!PI!0! $5,00 I UlE, .WWCE.
$4.50 to $j 50, according to their destination.
reminiscences or nosin.vi.tr.
During Ihe fall .eavn of 1858, n noteworthy
instance occurred of the oM-tlme disposition of
foreign officials to make trouhle with the
Hawaiian government. The French walohlp
NafoUon ill wa wreckeil In the Arctic Ocean,
and the crew were rescued and taken on board
American ship. Among the rest, n seaman
named Francis dc l'lanchct, was received on
loard the Nassau of New Ilcilford, where he
remained until that ship's return to Honolulu,
working like one of the crew In the meantime.
Arrived here, he agreed to continue on the
vessel, and shipped as Ixxittlccrcr, before Mr,
Pratt, the American Consul, the master con
tracting to give him that rateof share for the past
season. Hut the day after shipping he went to
the residence of Mr, I'crtln, the French Con
sul, where he was provided with lodgings. He
did not return to the Nassau for two days,
whereupon he was reported to the police as a
deserter, ami arrested under the law, A writ
of habeas corf 111 was applied for by the French
Consul, nnd De Flanchct brought before the
Chief Justice (the late E. II. Allen). The
decision, which was quite a lengthy one, in
view of the Importance of the principles in
volved, reviewed the facts In the case, referred
to standard English and American authorities,
nnd finally concluded that the seaman Dc
Flanchet was legally shipped on the Nassau;
that he was In every sense of the word a de
serter j that the warrant of arrest was legal;
that In civil rights aliens are not on the same
footing as native subjects: that the penal laws
of any nation cannot extend beyond the terri
tory of that nation, and can have no force to
control the rights or sovereignty of another na
tion! and, finally, that in a case of this kind
comity docs not require a government to inter
fere for the benefit of the subjects of one na
tion to the prejudice of those of another. On
the right of seamen to ship under any flag, I
quote one paragraph from this decision i
There can be no doubt of the general (jrlnclple of
law, that any man lias a right, who lands on these
shores, to make a contract to serve on board of a ves
sel of any nation, so far as the law of the place Is con
erned, and that a contract, fairly and properly made,
Is obligatory on the urties, unless the seaman males It
In derogation of a prior contract.
Mr. I'crrin took an appeal from the decision
of the Chief Justice to the full bench, result
ing In a confirmation, delivered by Associate
Justice Robertson; whereupon the Consul be
took himself to diplomatic corresondencc,
which, however, came to nothing. Dc Flan
chet was delivered by the Marshal on board the
Nassau nnd went to sea In her, as contented as
he always had been, aside from the causeless
interference of the Consul.
The sugar-planting enterprise in these Is
lands considering the proportions to which
It has arrived in these days may be said to
have been in its infancy in 185S. The follow
ing is a list of plantations in actual operation
' during that year, and the estimate product of
each in tons t
Koloa, Kaual ajo tons.
Llhue, Kauai . 3.0 '
Kast Maui aoo i
Ilrewer, Maui.....,,,, , mo
Papaiko, Ililo w
rue, Hllo !!!! aoo "
Puka, Hllo , aoo "
Besides these, there were In progress :
Haiku Plantation, Maul estimated product, aoo tons.
Makec, Maul... ..,,.. iso "
Metcalf, Ililo. ,0 u
Ten plantations in all, with an estimated pro
duct of 2000 tons. To-day e number eighty
nine plantations and mills, with an estimated
product for the present year of CS,ooo tons.
The Haiku Sugar Company was incorporated
In November of this year, the charter for fifty
years, the capital being fixed at $50,000,
which might be increased to $200,000, The
first officers elected wcres G. M. Robert
son, president; Rev. U. Armstrong, sice
president (Mr. A. owned 1000 acres of land at
Haiku) ; Joseph Jackson, secretary ; II. J. II.
Holdsworth, treasurer; Samuel Savidge,
There died at Kailua, Hawaii, November
39th, T. Charles Hyde Rooke, M. D Fellow
of the Royal College of Surgeons, adoptive
father of Queen Emma, and member of the
, Hawaiian Privy Council of State, aged 52
years, a resident of these islands for thirty-one
years. Dr. Rooke was a native of Hertford
shire, England, educated in London. He
look his degree as surgeon in 1826, and the
same year engaged as doctor of a South Sea
whaler, the Of Mia, in which vessel he arrived
at these Islands In 1827. At that time Katne-
hameha was yet a minor, and Kaahumanu, as
regent, was the real sovereign. It was during
that year that the first printed sheet of the
Gospel in the Hawaiian language was struck
r(Vi off at the mission office in Kawaiahao. "The
nation was yet vigorous, and but few ol the
superfluities as well as iccs of the foreigner
had become planted here; disease had not
made its devastating Inroads upon the popula
tion, and the Islands undoubtedly presented
great inducements as a residence tu a young
man just from college and but just arrited at
his majority, as was the case with Dr. Rooke.
Getting a discharge from, his vessel, he set up
the practice of his profession In Honolulu,
which he continued uninterruptedly until a
year or two previous to his death. Among the
natives his practice was sery extensive, though
fT from lucrative, as he freely give his medi
cines and advice to the indigent sick without
I ; x money and without price. The chiefs looked
upon mm as inctr counselor ami auwscr in
health at well as in sickness," Though thor
oughly English, he was much of a costnopoll.
tan lit his sentiments and associates, and was
deservedly popular with all classes. A few
years after his arrival he married Grace Kama!-
i, kui Young, one of the daughters of John
Young, the friend of Kamehamelia I. She
survived the doctor, dying several years since,
without Issue. Her Majesty the Dowager
Queen Emma, a daughter of his wile's sister,
was adopted and brought up by him.
Another somewhat noteworthy death about
this time ait that of an old Tahitian, known by
the natives as "Tutc," and by foreigners as
Mr. Cook. He had reached the venerable age
of 77, hating been born at Huahelnc, one of
the Society Islands, in 1781. He was of a
ckUsfaaaally, connected 'with l'omare Vairaatoa,
the king, and was named for Ihe celebrated
navigator, Captain Cook. When quite )oung
Is was converted under the ministry of the
Rev. Mr. Barif, the English missionary. In
tkn yM I to J, Kalalmoku, Kaahnmanu't man
at JHwIajsWl, ast a request to King Poiuare for
Mlivc ssslitsorsary, and Cook was selected,
Mftm MM la the following year, He
lUMChswactw throughout hi long
I ef sWtMil ktwtN, During the last
ten years of his life he held the office of King's
Chaplain. He left at his death two itaiiirhtrrs
nnd several grandchildren, but I am unable to
say whether they arc luing now.
The legislature met December 6th, accord
ing to adjournment June 2S1I1, and took up the
main business of the session, which was the
consideration of the Civil Crxle as reported bv
the joint committee of conference that had
been sitting during the recess. The session
was finally brought to a close on the 4th of
May. Hcsides the codes the principal laws
passed In 1S58-9 were i to promote fencing, to
prevent the larceny of animals, to provide for
the sale or lease of the government printing
press, to Incorporate the Hawaiian Steam
Navigation Company, granting certain privi
leges to the proposed Honolulu Gas Company,
relating to the enlistment of native seamen. In
provide hospitals for Hawaiian In Honolulu
anil elsewhere, for the protection of kolea or
plover and other useful birds, to nrovldc a
itirtncr supply 01 water lor Honolulu, to author
ize a charter of Incorporation to a Cemetery
Association for Honolulu, Imposing a hospital
tax on passengers from abroad, etc. The ap
propriation bill for the two years ending March
31, iSOo, footed up the sum of Sfiio.jn.oo.
The civil list figured $(,2,42.1. and the military
The number of whalers at these Islands fnr
the year 1S5S was 218, an Increase of e.i oier
that of the previous year. The total season's
catch as repotted was 110,70? barrels whale
oil and 1,667,700 pounds of bone.
December 2 id, Charles It. Ilishon wrw .in.
pointed a member of the Privy Council.
The "Honolulu Lyceum," which as before
listed crew out of a iuvenile debating viVtv
was a flourishing Institution in 1858. They
met in the room of the hook and ladder com
pany, nnd their debates and discussion a.
well attended nnd quite interesting. At the
election in January, 1859, the officers elected
were E. A. Hcyilon, President; Wm. Fetters,
Vice-President ; Samuel C. Armstrong, Secre
tary; F. Ilindt, Treasurer; J. E, Chamber
lain, editor of the Anonymous, a manuscrim
monthly, the contents of which werecontrilm.
ted by members.
January 20th, 1850, died lames V. Marsh.
a native ofllurlington, Vermont, aged 30 years.
Mr. Marsh was a lawer by profession, for
wiitcli he was eminently qualified by a thorough
legal training. He fell a sictim of consump
tion basing come to the Islands too late for re
covery, January 17th, It. G. Davis was annolnip,!
Police Magistrate of Honolulu in place of I.
P. Griswold who resinned to return to the
hlatcs. Mr, Griswold had for several years
-cry acceptably filled the ofiie. bcini? a Ihor.
ough lawyer as well as an accomplished gentle
man. Mr. Das is was a half-caste educated in
Hoston, whither he was taken when a child.
He had been in mercantile pursuits, failing In
which he took up the study of the law. In
this, his thorough previous education and his
natural talents availed to make him n first rlns
lawyer. He subsequently rose to the posiiion
of Second Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court. In those days, twentv vearsam. when
in the fall of the year we frequently had as
many as a hundred foreign ships in this port at
one time, the post of Police Magistrate was
one of the most laborious under the govern
ment. The total value or imports at these Islands
for the year 1858, was $1,089,660.60, over
$40,000 less than that of the previous year;
the exports amounted to $787,082.08 (including
some $257,000 worth of oil and bone), an in
crease over the previous year of $141,550.98.
The exports of sugar footed up 1,204,061 lbs,
an increase over 1857 of 503,505 lbs, while or
coffee we sent abroad only 58,121 lbs against
311,807 lbs in 1857. The blight in Kona and
elsewhere was the cause of this great falling oft
its coffee, and the plantations base never since
recovered from its withering effects.
It was in January, 1889, that the people of
Honolulu congratulated themselves on the
prospect, which appeared certainly very favor
able, of having the city streets, as well as pri
vate houses, lighted with cas. A Mr. V. H.
Tiffany,- of San Francisco, an exceedingly
-weii-spoKcn man," brought hither a few ar
ticles of machinery, etc, for the proposed gas
works, which were actually begun on a lot
leased for that purpose near the corner of King
and Maunakea streets, now occupied by Chi
nese, where I think some of the brick work
still remains. An act was passed by the Legis
lature, then in session, giving to the Honolulu
Gas Company the exclusive privilege of erect
ing works, laying pipes and supplying the city
with gas for 15 years, and their machiner', ap
paratus, etc., was to be admitted free of duly.
Some of our citirens embarked in the enter
prise, to a considerable amount it waslcliecd,
and Mr. Tiffany, Ihe president, went away to
San Francisco to procure the necessary
"plant." He has not yet returned.
II. 1.. s.
The roasted yam is intimately connected
with the history of Georgian hospitality a
hospitality as genial and as patient as the Vir
ginian sariety. There is a legend to the efTcct
that a stranger wandering over the red roads
ol Middle Georgia on a winter's night, saw a
light gleaming ahead and soon heard the wel
come lurking of docs. A comfortable lookim
cabin stood by the roadside, and this the way-
larer saluted with a "Hello" at once peremptory
and plaintive. The response was rironmt nml
hearty. The stranger's horse was turned loose
in tne yaru, and a plggin full of corn placed
at his disposal. The stranger himself was
pulled into the house, and implored to make
lilmsell at Home. Huge logs blared on the
hearth, and upon one side, underneath a mas.
sive, bow-legged andiron, was a pyramid of
embers. An appeliring fragrance filled the
air. Around the file a number of rosy-checked,
bright-eyed chilJrcn were squalling. Mother,
fat and contented, smoked her pipe In the
corner, and an enormous cat sat by her, larily
watching the siutks as thev tlisanneare.1 In
the black cayern of the chimney. There
was not a chair to be seen, but the genial host
was equal to theemergency, "Pull up a punkln,
stranger, an' help us skin a later." With that
he rolled a pumpkin from under thVlml ib.
stranger seated himself as gracefully as poss!
ble, the Pi rami J of ashes was torn down. tb
smoking yams were drawn forth, and just
sucn anotuer ucugmiui meal as that where
hospital it y cheered on the anneili thai
yearned for the savory sweets or the roasted
yam nas never been chronicled.
I his legend has given Georgia hopitality
watchword and motto. "Come rieht in i..n.
ger I Pull up a punkln an' help us skin a la
tell" And It may be sajd here that hospital
tty could not more comnletelv lusilfv ddr
than by making the ioftcd )sm the basis of its
1 S n
Fear invite danger 1 concealed cowar.1. n.
suit known VWhCUiUrmj,
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1S83.
IXMLLIAM O, SMITH,
attorney .tr r..tir,
It Mekciiant SrnMT, IIoiolulv,
attorney at t.a ir,
And Notary Public Attends all the Courts of the
(A Fort Stbert, Honolulu, ,
attorxeya covsnr.hhOH at law.
J ATTottsr.r at h.tn;
No. 41 MnaciiANT Stt, Honolulu, II. I.
Ia8-3m (Next door to R. F. Ilickerton's law office.)
rRS. CUMMINCS & MARTIN
OmcKcoaNHH Foht anii HrinpTAMA Srs..
svitaKtixs ash noMtKitTittc vitr-
Office Hours-Until g A. St., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 p.m.
TNO. A. HASSINGBR,
Intkrior Omen, Honolulu,
aokst to take AvKsmri.v.itai:-
mriifi to Cnntrarli fnr l.nhnr. 3
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
VllYSlOtAS nnd SVnaiHtS,
Hotel street, between Fort and AlaVea streets.
From 7 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
"-" Telephone No. 164.
JOHN H. PATY,
HoNnlur.u. OAinr if. I
sota nr vvnr.tv Asit cohmissioseii
for Ihe States of California and New Vork. Office
a, 111c uanK 01 Lilsnop CC U.
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
An EST Tit TAKE ACKSOWT.EIIUE-
tiiritts to Cnntntrt to lAibor.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade, ij
J M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. .,
11ESTAT. ItOO.II.S OS 1'tillT STltEET.
Office In Brewer's Plock, corner Hole and Fort
streets, entrance on Hotel street.
HAGAN, M, D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
VHYSICIAS ASH SVH.1EOS. OFFICE
Mini fort Ntrrrt.
Office hours from 10 to ta a. m.f and 3 to s p. m.
Residence 193 Nuuanu Street. 9
Tsr B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
VHYSICIAS ASH HV1UIKOX,
Trlbfhonb Numdkr 140.
Office hours from 8M to loX a. m.; lU o 3LJ m-
cornrr Fort street. " si
P A. DE LA NUX "
svitrr.Yon ash arm nsaiSEER,
Address, HONOLULU Post-office. l66-6m'
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fort Street,
Importer nml Ilralrrt In nil Kliult of
Music tlooilt, fVuir; flooitt,
Furniture. Chairs. StMinc Marhln. 1ir.nn n.l
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
C BREWER & COMPANY,
General Jferennttleiiml Commtttlon Agents
Queen Strblt, Honolulu,
Officers P. C Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
lions. Charles R. Ilithop and II. A. P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. 123
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
I3IVOHTER ASIt HEAI.EK IS OUS
ernl 3Ierclnintllne. 1
Ship Carpenter, Spar Maker and Caulker
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Worts)
s T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street. Honolulu..
IMl'OltTEltS ASIt C0313IISSI0S 31 EK-
rARS- A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
I'ASHIOXAllhK Hit ESS ASH CLOAK.
UTM. G. IRWIN ft Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
SU(J A II FACTOHS ASH CU3I3IISSIOS
CLAUS SfRECKELS. I WM. a IRWIN.
pjILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Foht Street. Honolulu,
IMVOHTEHS ASH IIKA I.EHS IS HA Hit-
teare, Cutlery, Tool,
Paints and Oil,, and General Merchandise, 1
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
HHIV ClIASUhEKS ASH COMMISSION
Acents for Brand's Guns and Ilomh Iinras ami Pr.
ry Davis' Pain Killer. 1
J AINE ft Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COXMISSIOS MEHCHAXTS IMl'Ult-
ter and Heater In
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
TT E. McINTYRB & BROTHER,
Cok. Kino anu Fort'Sts., Honolulu,
tlHOCEHY ASH FEKH STORE.
HACKFELD ck Co.
Ol'EEN Street. Honolulu. II. 1..
OKSEHAh VOMMISSIOX AtlESTS. 1
CD, HOFPSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I.,
IMPORTERS ASH COMMISSWX MKIt-
s A. SCHAEPBR ft Co.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
IMPORTERS ASH VOMMISSIOX MER.
ILDBR ft Co.
fillt. PHUT At.t. OlIVaKi fi ITlUrtl 111 It
hVMRKR, I'AISTS, OILS, SAILS,
hit uuuaino Material of reery kind. 1
Queen Street, Honolulu,
.4 UCTIOSEEH A It COMMISSIOX MER
A S. CLEGHORN ft Cm.
importers and dealers in
Conur Qucea and Kaahununu Sirals, Honolulu.
OLLES ft .Co.
Qvsek SrREsr, Honolulu, II, I.,
SHI? CHANDLERS AND COMMISSIOX
Importers and Dealers la General Merchandise, s
TWO. H. RGWN,
' mj Buktaxu Strut,
ivurMcroRor wmiem) ash
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Maker's IIlock. Outre Hfvwr.
131 PORTERS A XII WHOLESALE JJK.lt-
er In General Merchandise. 1
S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
M CALironntA St., San Fhanchco.
vonwAittnxa -i.v co.n.ninsios
Special facitit.M (or ami particular attention pM to
consignment! of IIanJ produce. t
No in Fort Street, Honolulu,
irATtnntAKEit, ,ii:wki.er, nxaii.i-
rer, nnd lllnmond Setter.
All orders faithfully executed. 31
J AWRENCE & FREETH,
Plans and Kstlmates furnished for Worts of Con
struction, Civil Knineerina and Sursejlng. Office,
corner of Halekauwila and Kilauea streets, next door
to Widcmann's brick warehouse,
P, O. Itox 101. no ly
No. 114 Kort St., opposite Pantiipom Stablps,
1IOOTAXH StlOI'.MAKV.tt. HOOTS AXH
Shoe made to orttcr.
Of best matem! at reasonable prices, and foi cash. 7
TTOLLISTER ft Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
niivaaisTs axh toiiaccoxists.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. 1
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. 1.,
Practical Plumlier, ta Filler and Cop-
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. 1
Hotel Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
Dealer In Ladle' and ttentlemen' Shoe
Trv mv store, after one transaction vnu will It sura
to come again. Repairing done lo order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. . Merchant Strfrt Honolult. II, I.,
(OPPOSITE 4AtLUR IIOMft.)
CUSTOM JIOOT AX1 SllOEMAKEHS,
Good work; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatcd.
P H. OEDING.
Erprea and Drayman,
Freight, Package, and Ilaggage dcliered to and from
all parttof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLV FOR TIIF. PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 1 residence 135 Punchbowl street.
Office 66 Kin? street. 106-if
OEE HOPP & Co.,
37 Maunakea itreet,
Carpenter and Fitmltuve Dealers.
Houte built and the repairing of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. ua-iy
TUT PHILLIPS A Co.
and H'hoteaate Deatera in Clothing, ltoota,
Shoes, Hats, Mens Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
TsJ P. BURGESS,
CAHVKSTKR and HUITAEtt.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone N 130, Williamson's Express Office
bhop No. 84 Kins: street.
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner,
DISEASES OP THE HOOP A SPECIALTY.
Residence 85 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. j-ur
"" F. WOLFE
Honolulu, II. I.,
GROCERY, FEEH AXH PR0YISI0X
Would like heads of families, boardinghouse keepers
and others to know that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of ihe low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
log King: Street, between Alakea and Fort Sts. s.im
-IITILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Established in 1870.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and told on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. L, October 1st, 188s. liMf
fASTLE ft COOKE,
No. 80, Kino Strret, Honolulu, II. I.
Shipping and Comtntuton Merchant;
Importer and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander ft ItaMNtn Plantation.
K. Ilalslead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Kotoa. Kauai,
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maut.
The Haiku Suear Company.
The Kohalaimfar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of Saa Francisco.
sua new cnaianu saie insurance l,o. 01 Doaton.
The Blake Manufacturlnjr Company of Boston,
D. M. Westona Patent Centrifugal Machine..
The New York and Honolulu Packet LIu.
The Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynas ft Son' Celebrated MetUciae.
WUcos ft Gibb'e, Slacer Maaufacturiat: Company
Wheeler ft Wltsoa'e SesrUc Machines, mi
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Acent to take Acknowledgment to Laeoi
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT
Oukt In Mack' Block ai corner Queen and Kaahu.
maim sirccis, Honolulu. .y
M King Strtt.
Tin, Copper; and Sheet Iron Worker.
Plumbing, gas fitting and all work In my line promptly
hiwihu i asiiua mwerais.
Renumber the address, opposite lh Police Station,
M King (treat 1094m
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
H'holetal and Retail Grocer,
Fort street, Honolulu,
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received resularly from Lurope and America which
V, ill C Sul al lh low.1 mart., rata
Goods delivered 19 any part of Ihe city free ef charge.
Island orders solicited and Dromta attention will !.
given to Ihe sain. Ilt.iy
XTONO LBONG ft, CO.. '
Nuuanu Street. Coa. Uhihi
Agent for Moanul Sugar, Palama Mlct
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill, isiiy
-THKO. M. DAVI8S Co.,
ILAT union. Green k Co.)
IMPORTKR, VOMMISIIOS MMMCMAX1
ml AWetU for
Uoydr. and the Urmtd UavaWwritec.
British and Foreiga kWLu lsnrec Ctwui,
And Nortkera Awuraace Company. ,
T B. SILLOWAY,
No. ja Kuq Strut.
SAUDLM mn4 MUMXMSM M4KMM,
riiHnn rtr 'trtT7.il Inr A- mimU Hi
All kind of RKPAIH1N0 DONS TO OKOXR.
Pike uceediafry inaJerttc. -)
88 King street, '
Healer In Every Hetrrlpllon of lloolt
Ladles and Gents' Flno Wear a Specialty,
No. so Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
i3t porters of m:x r.UA h M Elicit A X
dle from I'rnnre, J.nyland,
Germany and the United States. 1
i6ANDai8CALiroRiiA Street, S. F,
irnor.ESA hi: tiiiocnns.
Particular attention p-iid to filling and shipping- Is
and orders. .
T OUIS ADLER,
Number ij Nuuanu Strret.
3iAsvFACTtriti:n ash iieai.i:r is
Hoot and Shoe of rvevtt tlr.rrttill.n,.
Ladies' and Children's wear. My stock Is worthy of
....f-W....... - ..., ,,,, ,.,, j,
r WILLIAMS & Co.
im and 104 Fort Strppt,
rn,n... .r kK .!... -., ,.i t. . ,. . . ,
,v.t..t... buck nu ainus niaue ro oruer, anu
Trames of all descriptions constantly on hind. Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. a
i LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Honolulu. II. I..
Heater In Lumber and all kind of II, 1 11,1-
Mfc. .rif.frrim. ,-ainim, llll, Aatl, etc.,
A . -e
Hateakata, Kulamanu, Kckauluohl, Mary Ellen,
, unama, Pauahi and Leahl.
At Robinson's Wharf. j
YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and- Commission Merchant,
Braver Block, Qupen Strke, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Slock, Real Estate nnd General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole ncents for
jiuicnran anu i.uropean mcrcnanuise. j l. l.yons,
Lm J. Ivey.
T-HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I.
Reef, Yeal, Mutton, Lit ml,, Poultry
Consmntly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausages, Ilolognas, etc., nlnajs on hand. Our meats
are nil cut and iut up in Eastern sljle. All orders
faithfully attended to, ami delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
Streets. o-Sml G. RAUPP, Proprietor.
pD. C. ROWE,
HOUSE and StOX PAIXTEIt,
Paper Hanger, etc.,
107 King itreet, Honolulu.
84 King street,
t And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formerly ot San Francisco, California.) 30
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successor to Lew ers & Dickson,)
IMPORTERS AXH HEALERS IX Lim
ber anil all kind ofllulldlng Materials,
Fort street, Honolulu, H, I, 1
TJ O. HALL ft SON,
Corner Fort and King Strrets,
IMPORTERS, HEALERS IX 11 AH II-
trare, Hry Good, Paint,
Oils and General Merchandise. 1
W. McCHESNBY ft SON,
LEATHER, JIIJIES, TALLOW, AXH
Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 4 Queen
treet, Honolulu, H. I. 9
"" C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, II. I.,
HL.ICKSMITH, MACHINIST, CAR-
rlage Work, Hore Shoeing,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop on King street,
next to Carfle & Cooke's. 1
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron Worker,
bTOVES AND RANGES,
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house fiin.ibli.
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
T M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SAIL-MAKERS. FLAGS OF ALL 111'.-
tcrlptlon made nnd repaired.
Loft In A. F. Cooke's new fire proof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street, 28
Honolulu, II, I,
PIONEER STEAM VAXHY 3IAXUFAC-
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ilakcr.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
" ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TINSMITHS ANH PLUM UK IIS, HEAL
rr In Store; Range, Tin, 31
T W. GIRV1N,
Wailuku, Maui, II, I.,
COMMISSIOX MERCHAXT AXIl OK.V
eraf Heater In Hry Goml,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. L,
STEAM EXGIXES, ROII.ERS, SUGAR
Mill, Cooler; Iran, Rra
And Lead Castings. , Machinery of every tlescriptln
made to order. Particular attention paid 10 Ship's
Ulacksmilhing. Job work executed on the shortest no
C H. MHBKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Number 11 Nuuanu Street,
TAILOHIXO OF HVKUY I)K
scrlutioi, ttoiiv to order.
Men's, boys and youths' work. 1
Number 64 Hotel Street,
MEALS SEltl'Jilt AT ALL
Hours of the tiny, .
Special ttrma for regular boarders. The only lulu.
Ue Private ravra In town for Indies.
Mr. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
T H. NORTON ft Co.,
No. ij Maunakea Srsur,
Horn holng, Shoe removed and all kind
of Blacktmlth H'ork done to order.
Carriage making and repairing done by competent
workmen. The beat horse-ahoer in lha cuunirv wntVa
at this place.' io)-ir
Catbr op Kilauea.
r W. H. LKNTH, MAXAGER.
Visitors remiinag any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give Ihe Manager at loaat len days no
tice In one weather, and from tlavan la thin .an in fail
Plenty lo eal, a rousing fire, clean beds, and th best
attendance on (he Hawaiian Islands. j
lUrOBTES; AND DEALER H
rvMxiri'RE orttricHr hescmiption
'Aim VptuAoUrtr ami Manufacturer.
FlaTnitare Wanrcawns No. xoa Port aireee. WaiI.
kopat old suod en Hotel Street. All order promptly
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
Impoitiuand Peahhs IN
9J$, MMOMt, rVUXIIHIXO OOOUM,
Matt, Catam, Trunin, Vmlltet,
. rVtWery and Soaps, Wall rum Waidtea, Fine Jew,
AT, , . of Pert aaa) Kerrlnat (Uaeia, Hetv
IMMs I. I. 1
.11. CAMACItO, Prvfritltr,
No.f Hotel Strpet, IIoNoluiu, It. I.
Meal nt all hour; and Ihe inldr upplled
irllh the licut the market ailhr.lt.
-l-HOS. G. THRUM,
iMI-ORTINa AND M NUPACTURlNO
SIATIOXEll, Sims AOEXr, PlllXTJ.ll,
And ptihlisher of the Saturday ramus, and .ttc.iii.
an fllm.tnac ami AnnHl, Merchant street. Ileal
er in r In; Stationery, Ilooks. Mu.ie, loys and Fancy
Goods, Fort treet. near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH B, WISEMAN
HoNOIULf, II, I.,
hi:ai. estati: mtoicr.it a.i empi.oy-
Rents Rooms, Collages, Houses.and sells nnd leases
Real .slate In all parts of the Kingdom. Employment
round for thoia- seeklnjfwork In all Hie various branches
u. uu.dicasEviinrcieii wuntriese islands l.egal docu
ments draun, Hills Collected, llools and Accounts ker,t
ami general office work transacted. Patronat-e solicited.
Commissions moderate. ,.
Q. W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
Cor. Tort and Queen Strret, Honolulu,
Importer and Commission Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packet
John lay & Co.' Liverpool Line of Packet
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrlee. Tail & Watson Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
Importer and Draierin
GLASSWARE, Mi:tlllH:x StlA'ER PhA-
ted II are, llrackrl. rate.
Kings Combimllon S(iectacles and Eseglasses,
l.ustral Wire Hare, fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis!
lols, Woslenholms Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds or .Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions,
bole agent of the umverully acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
ISHOP & Co."
IIONOIULU. II. I.,
DrawEstlnng-onthe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents in
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD 4; SONS, London.
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION ol
London, and their branches In
And transact a general Hanking Ilustness 1
TDOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
C, IlKEII-EK cV Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. DREll'ER & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGENTS.
Incorporated 1875. ,
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR.
ance Company of Hamburg.
Ruilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on tho most favorable terms. I
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A. SCirhCFEK & Co., AGEXTS.
The aliove Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and 'the undersigned, General
Attenls, are authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable tirms.
pREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
'. A. SC11AEFEK d- Co., Artnti.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriter.
Vienna Board of Underwriter.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
P. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGE.VTS.
-I. uswe,, niamniiLi; e-iiiM IUM CMUUllSflCU h JCn
era! Agency here, and the abovcMsneil, General Agents
Are VSBI t Isa-lwaal ts Rail aa 11afra ,,,!, at-- .1 . . a . I
... uuiiMUku iv i-ukc iiki Hi4iiui tuc tiaincr Ol I IIC
Seas at thimot reasonable tales and on the most fa
SCHWEI2ERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
ticherunci Gcsellschaft of Wlntertbur.
. HACKFELD A CV., AGE.VTS.
Capital of the Company francs 3,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
lkLuids are prepared tu insuro lluildings Furniture,
MerchandiM and Troduce, Machinery, etc., alw Sugar
and Kice A I ill, and veU in the harbor, against lou
or damage by lire, on the mot.t favorable terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance company, (Limited)
TffEO, It, DAl'ES AGEXT.
The above agent ha received tiutructiom to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the I'acific, and is now prepared to ftsue poll
cic at the lowest rates with a special reduction on
freight per steamers 1
AMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
', A, SCUAEFER cV Co., AGEXTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to inure nsks against fire on
Stone agd llrick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the nvM favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. i
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
BISHOPS' Co., AGENTS.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder.
Reserve. ,m ,71eo
INCOME EOB 1879;
Premium received after deduction of re
Insurance $ s,1e,aM
Losms promptly adjusted and paid here. I
HPHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SET! ING IN IIRICK,
G. BNGLINO 0 Co.,
No. jxtuamu St., HhuIhIh, II. I,
Sole agents for iheve Islands. Th best cooling ap
paratus for the Plantation, Hotel or Family,
RANGES FIXTUkKS such as
Hoi H'lirrr Roller;
Ural Bar; Etc.,
Always In stock.
Explicit direction, for sctliog up accompany every
Circulars' aaj IVictt on affiliation, tuqr
, a , , T 1 Q '
AWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
tkMtutayt ( unmet, j
Oa First -cUm securities (or lop or short period.
Apply u W U llktt.V, Maiuxcrr Urn.
0rr-a Mn.en (:,.,.. i-.Vrf fl f .l siss4s.. B. f . .!
" ?- se( vth w i eea.- umm im, V "-
VMAMPAOSK CI HER MAXUrACTOMY,
No. ) LlllUA SlUET, HOMOUIU',
This haaJth'Lavtgoraiis leverage l iW sale el all ihe
leadtsf sakmu In Ihe city. Order from th Mbw
jillisli BioaayOy allcndd to. J ijj
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
, HACKFELD t Co., Artnti.
Capital and Reserve Reiehsmark 6,ono,ona
their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for Ihe Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared lo Insure llulljings, Furniture,
and Kice Mills and vewls In the harbor against lot
or damaKe by fire, on Ihe mot favorable term. I
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFB INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE h COOKE, AGENTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Lompany In the United States.
Policies Issued on Ihe mosl Farorable Term
RXAMrLK or NoN-roaraiTUEK plan i
Insured age IS Vears ordirurv tif nl.n ,
A Anntllt nr.mlnn, rn,tH..A. SS.-lf . - .,
- -. . .-.... .vuiuiuc, uitsy a years, a uay
Annual premium continue Policy a year, '
1 Annual nr,mlnm. .nnllnH. DaIIa.. a ..... ,
.- . , ....... -v..,...,,,; , unv, a .cars, la
1 Annual premiums continue Policy o years. ?
4 Annual premiums continue Policy a years, 46
S Annual premiums continue Policy lo years, ;6 "
Assets, - $ 1 :t,r,oo,o(m.
Losses paid through Hnoluoln Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fir Inanrantie Co.
Subscribed Capital .... $.1,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
.t.c, iiu bib rrcM,cu 10 laae risks on prop
erty of every description within these
J. T. WATHRHOUSF., Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
II ILDER cV Co., AGENTS,
Largest, Safe! and not Economical Life
Insurance Company In the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER ?9o,ooo,ooa
For further information concerning the Company,
... ornt" of Insurance apply to the Agents, or 10
J. L. iviscman. Soliciting Agent. 1
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
s.ompany 01 tiamcurg.
. HACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS.
Capital and Rewve Keichsmark B,8jo,ooo
their KeInsurance Companies. " 35,000,000
Tlie Agenti of the aim a Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings Furniture,
Merchandise and IVoduce, Machinery, etc., alw Suear
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the harlcr, against (os
or damage by fiie, on the most favorable terms. 1
TT W. SEVERANCE,
3ii California St., Cal,,(Room No. 4.)
HAWAIIAX QOXSUL X COM3IISSIOX
Slerchant. 7 '
ARNDEN & Co
137 Sassosie St.. Nbah Califoenia. S. F.
GENERAL PURCHASIXG AGENTS ANH
Commission Merchants. 1
pRANK H. AUSTIN & Co.,
OrFica No. ao Califoenia Stbeet, S. F.,
COMMISSION AGENTS ot FORWAR11-
Consignment from the Hawaiian f.timla ,llP..t
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
CHARLES BREWER St. Co.
7 Kilby Street, Boston,
AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS,
General Cominlton Agent.
Ktlrl.ll nll.nlinii ttiun n .1. m.-L..ln f 1. f
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. i
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,000 Pianos; 1,000 Organs; save half; buy of the
manufacturers ; from J13 to $1000 ; cash, rent,
or installments ; catalogues free.
.ANTISELL, corner Market and Powell, San Fran-
For country merchant! and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected in
good companies at lowest rates.
Office 40S Front Street, Han Fratict$co, Cat.
)ALMER ft RBY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDOU.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Printer Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
03 and ao7 LIdidorff and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
e Veep on hand th latest stock of American Fancy
T)pe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock of Miller Rich
arefs Scotch Type and can
furnish, at short notice,
JtartlOac U th. PriaUr'a 11a
from a liodUn to a Cylinder Press. Wt have a largt
stock of new and second hand Printing loesses of
all makes and sties. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses Cornell mid
llabcock Presses; also Peerless Clip
per, Jtwtl, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new lU ter steam engines which are just the thinfc fur
printers Tucrk Water Motcrs Gem Paucr Cutlers
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbindeis'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
ami Peerless Printing Inks art considered th best In
use. Have you used our Perfection plates 1
They save editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore sav inuiicy,
trSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Riuksuik No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods
Chicago office 17 If (hum at mL
D, X. rrrMt VreprUtor
Ha vitis Durchased the HottlStrett Mstket. 1 like
pleasure Tn announcing that will give the business my
personal attention, and hope ta supply the wants of the
public of Honolulu In a satisfactory manner
BXET, MUTTON, VKAX. laAMS,
OTHER KINDS Of MEAT TOR THE TABLE
ALWAYS PM I1AJID.
PROMPT HKLIVKRY MA OX.
ORDERS TAVEN UV TELEPHONE
Tbliihobb, No. sj6. 131
We manabcture Ihe VERY BEST QUALITY ftl
Owing to the eatesl of lands cultivated by us, we
can Kil 'AMiw lhan othen, aa4 cm gmtanlee sileen
lions 4 alt siilnya.i ef lebar fins utf tssry ot
' Br Orders by Pou receive (oasf
C R. MASSK. it.r A
WII0LE NUMBER 137
OFFER FOR SALE,
From the cargoes of Ihe ULLOCK and other recent
vessels, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing :
Prints of the latest st) les, fast colors;
! Hi1? "'"'""i "rown IJnen Drills,
JV hue Croydon Sheeting-,
llomxk . Ijonir Cloths Waterproof Tweeds,
IT,'1' "' r 'hnir. Glass Towels,
Table Cloths, Table Napkins,
Pnp Linen, Srsuwle, Dreea Ooode,
(.renadines, White and Colored Silks,
Colored Satins, Crass Cloths,
Atllficial Flower ami Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Table Covers, woulenjColoredSatleens and Crapes,
Jn MiMnr and Ilia and Gray Flannels,,
clorla I.wns, llrooks' Spool Cotton,
lllue and Wh la Check LItador, '
TAKOT DRESS OOODI,
While and Colored Col ton Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs, Pilot Keefers,
. !!' V."" ""'' "rowTI CWton Half Hose,
Ifdies Hose, Men' Ready-made Clolhlnir,
Men s Hats, '
jj.lies' Hats fwhlte, black and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coals, Capes and laggings,
lllue and Gray Horse lllankels, fc '
Woolen lllankels, all sires, color and sveijhti;
feteet Carpet; releet Rug;
Yetret and Tapestry Hoor Mat.
nR&l.A'ST.W. -,iL0.?S!I'r5 and LA-
and a few ' ' """" ,or "ov ,n" ""'
IIRIDI.ES, Saddle Cloths and Chamois hVlns.
Bnifftr Bik, 20x38.
Coal Bafje, 28x37.
Rloo Baca sand Twin.
Galvanised Corrugated Roofing (1, gauge).
In 6, j, 8 and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, No, a, s, 6 and 7, and Staples;
(.alvaniml Iron lluckels, all sires:
Oalvanlred Wash Hasine,
Oalvanied Garden llordering and Netting.
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sires;
leakeltles, real Japan Slacking.
Vavlna Bricks and Garden Tilt;
Lawn Seals ami Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Class Flower Stands,
r em flaskets, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT-FIRE BRICKS,
Liverpool Salt and Hock Salt, Zinc; Paint
nnd Boiled Oil; Worcester Sauce
English, American and Hawaiian
Three, five and seven yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, sites Jf, ,, ,, and K-
POWELL DUFFRYN STEAM COAL,
., Irtm Builtda
ENGLISH LEATHER DELTINO, from "jtoi,
On Six-Hone Power PortaU Engine.
Alto, On Three-Hone Power Vertical
o-ir TIIEO. II. DAVIES CO.
TTOLLISTER ft Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
and manufacturer cf AERATED WATERS.
toiiorter and Dealers In
OoamfaM 9mtmt MtniltAn-.,
Ftwojr vb4 Tail ArtUUtv,
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES
litflfuMt Gtnaer Ate,
59 Neuaaii Si', and Corner Fori and Merifcnial Si.
HONOLULU, II. L lei
fv Pv)BTaL 01 PMaMnwrr
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