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On the ljrl of January, 1S59, the n.lcsno of
Mium Ijax broke ml with, ilmiblw, (he
gramlest eruption ettr vltnl ly inoital
eye. The new crater was ritttaletl on the
north iMe of the mountain, at an deration
above the sea of some 10,000 feel, whence the
liqui. lara llowej at loch a rapM tuce that It
reached the tea at Wairvanalii, aliout niHUay
lietureen Kawalhae ami Kailua, ami tome forty
miles frmn the source, in the space of eight
days. At first the people of I CIto were appte
hensire of n repetition of the danger that had
threatened them In 1S55, at the new crater
was apparently not far from the one of that
year, and the flow teemed to tx: running pa
rallel with the former one. Hut It ssat soon
apparent that the numerous streams into which
the lara branched out, were all tending to the
west of north, following the slope, between
the two mountains, Mauiu Kea and Mauna
Loa, ami to the westward of Hualalai.
On receipt of the news of the eruption, at
Honolulu, parties of excursionists embarking
for the scene were hurriedly made up, cheer
fully facing the discomfoits and delays of
schooner nas gallon, for there were no inter
Island steamers shen, in anticipation of the
grandeur and sublimity of the scene that
awaited them. The best point from which to
proceed lo the flow was the illage of Kailua,
In Kona. Among the tourists were Professor
Alexander, of Oihu College, II. M. Whitney
of the AJvtrtittr, and A. K. Judd, the present
Chief Justice. I cannot do better in giving
my readers an idea of this wonderful eruption,
than to transcribe some of the accounts as
written at the lime by those who were favored
In witnessing it :
"Our camping ground is located on the
elevated tableland lying between the three
great mountains of Hualalai, Mauna Kea and
Mauna Loa, sixteen mile from Kailua, and
some ten miles in an air line from the crater,
which lies oer against us on the side of Mauna
Loa, distinctly in view. This plain is some
$,000 fed abotc the let el of the sea.
During the day lime the light of the crater and
the lava streams are hardly perceptible. Night
Is the time for observation. Soon after the
sun had set, the molten streams legan to show
metr courses, while the spouting or the lata
from the crater became more and more dis
tinct. The reflection of the numerous fiery
streams rolling rapidly down the side of the
mountain and across the plain, lit up the over
hanging clouds, making it as bright as moon
light for many miles around. As night ad
vanced, and ctery little stream and light
occame more instinct, tnc scene was grand.
The mouth of the crater as esti
mated, although it could not easily be ap
proached, to be about 400 feet across. The
rim was made up of cones fojmed from the
scoria thrown out, and which w ere constantly
varying in sire, and frequently tumbling in.
The lava did not run out from the crater like
water from the side of a bowl, but was thrown
up in continuous columns, as water in th
celebrated Geyser springs. At times this,
spouting appeared to lie feeble, rising but little
above the nm of the crater, but oftener, as if
eager to escape from the pent-up bowels of the
earth, it rose to a height equal to the base of
inc crater. 1 nesc columns and masses, now
ever, were ever van inc in form and height.
Sometimes a spire of lava would shoot up like
a rocitet to a ncignt almost equal to doutile the
base of the crater say ses.cn or eight hundred
feet. This part of the scene was
one of true grandeur no words can convey
an adequate idea of it. The molten fiery red
ness, ever varying inform, from the simple
gurgling of a spring to the huehest fountain
conceivable, is a scene that, when viewed in
Its surpassing grandeur, will remain indelibly
fixed upon the memory. I-arge bowlders of
rcu-noi lava rock, weighing perhaps thousands
of tons, thrown up will) inconceivable power
high alwve the liquid mass, could be occasion
ally seen falling outside or on the rim of the
crater, tumbling down the cones and rolling
oer the precipice, remaining brilliant for a few
moments, then becoming cold and black-, to be
lost among the surrounding masses of lava.
So awfully grand, so attractively licauliful wis
this ever varing scene, that the obserscr
could not refrain from watching it with intense
delight and increasing excitement for hours to
gether until driven to retire from the severe
cold of the night wind. Some of the finest
scenes of the How- w ere the cascades or falls
formed In the stream as it flowed down the
steep declivities below the crater, and beyond
it reached the plains. There were several of
these, and they changed and new- ones formed
in different localities as new- streams were
nude. One, howeser, which appeared with
out change for two days, was from So to 1 00
feet in height, KirsLwat the fall, then below
wre cascades or rapids. To watch this fall
during the night when the bright, cherry-red
stream of lava was tumbling otct it at the rate
of ten miles an hour, like water, was a rare
sight, and one never to be forgotten. In fact,
the lava near its source had all the characteris
tics of a iicr of water flowing rapidly along,
and gurgling with cascades, rapids, currents
and tills. On reaching the more level plain,
the lava stream of course mores along more
slow Ir and in one general stream lest divided
than before. The stream which hail run into
the sea, hail apparently, but not really, ceased
flow ing and was cooled os cr, so that w e crossed
and rccrosscd it in many places. Through the
numerous fissures wc could see the molten lava
with its red-hot glow, and feel on our faces the
intense heat. In many places the recently
congealed surface was so hot that the soles of
our shoes would hase been burned had we not
kqtt musing rapidly from place to place."
The Kev. Mr. Lyons, of Walmca, wrote
" The poor inhabitants of Wainanalii, the
tillage where the flow- reached the ocean, were
aroused at tnc midnight hour Dy the hissing
and roaring of the approaching lire, and had
but just time to save tlicintclio. Some of the
houses of the inland portion of the tillage were
partly surrounded before the inmates were
ware of their dancer. The tillage is, of
course, all destroyed, and its pleasant little
hailor all filled up with lata. The volcanic
stream was one mile wide or more in some
plAcct, ami much less In others. It crossed
the Koru road and interrupted the mail com
munlcatKMV. The whole distance of the flow
from lire crater to the sea is some forty miles."
A description of the meeting of the lava
tteam with the sea is graphic .
" When the torrent of tire precipitated Itself
Into the ocean, the scene assumed a character
of terrific and indescribable grandeur. The
magnificence of destruction was neter more
perceptibly dlsplatcd than when these antag.
onttlic elements met in deadly strife. The
mightiest of canhs uugatincs of fire jwuicd
forth its burning billows to meet the mightiest
of ocean. For two-score miles It came rolling,
tumbling, swelling forward, an awful agent of
death. Kockt nicked like was in its path;
forests crackled and Mated before its fcttcnt
heat the t cry hills were lifted from their
primeval beds ami sank beneath its tide, or
ticre boroe onward by its wares t thcworkif
man were to It but as a scroll In the tUmcst !
Nature ibritcllid and trembled before the brc
sistiblc flow. Imagine Niagara's stream above
the brink of the falls, with its dashing, whirl
ing stave, madly raging and hurr)ing on to
lhr plunge, laxtariiancouxly convened Into
tut, a goryhued liver of fused minerals t the
tmtk of creative Butler lilaaiAg and disap
p ring twneatb Its tutbec volumes ofhissing
tttwatt wising) smoke curling upward from
Its tnotitan.1 teals which give utterance to as
many dM-tond muttering, su-vl sullen, con.
lined, aai oatlaswrt cbmonegs, u If the spirits
U U1Ia iltstOM e strvflguag against their
final doom j gates detonating ami shreiMng at
they burst from Ihcfr hot prton-hmrte 1 the
atmosphere dark, turgid ami opprewhe; while
cave an.I hollow, at the hot air swept alone
their heatcsl wallt, threw back the unearthly
und, In a mtriad of prolonged echoes. Such
wai the scene as the fiery cataract, leaping a
precipice of fifty feel, poured its flood upon the
ocean. 1 he old line or coast, a maw of com
pact, Indurated lava, whitened, cracked and
fell. The waters recoiled, ami sent lorth a
tempt-H of .pray j they foamed ami lathed
around ami over the melted rock 1 they boiled
with the heat, ami the roar of tlie conflicting
agencies grew fiercer and lousier. The report
of the ettilod ing gases were distinctly heard
in cms- nines away, i ney w ere likened to ills
charges of whole broadsides of heasy artillery.
Tor many successive weeks the sol
cano disgorged an uninterrupted burning tide,
with scarcely any dimunitkm, into the ocean.
On either side, for miles, the sea tiecamc
heated, and with such rapidity that on the
second day of the junction fishes came ashore
dead in great numbers."
These descriptions which have U-en quoted
abotc were written of the appearance of this
womlcrful eruption In February, shortly alter
its outbreak. In the month of July following,
the present writer crossed the (low at Valna
nalil, on foot, and found it still slowly ilit.
charging into the sea. The surface had con
gealed, although yet quite hot, and there were
numerous crevices in which the fire was seen
still glow ing red. And as late as December of
that )ear, elcsen months after the outbreak on
Mauna Loa, steam could be seen issuing from
various points along the flow. Kor real grand,
cur and beauty, it it doubtful if any previous
or sulncqucnt volcanic phenomena has c equalled
those of 1S59 from Mauna Loa.
A sad accident befell one of Prof. Alexan
der's party of excursionists. Soon after they
had encamped for the night on the plain, in
sight of the solcano, a young half-caste, named
Alexander Smith, strolling off a short distance
by himself, fell into a pit in the lava, which
was completely concealed by the underbrush
and twenty-five or thirty feet deep. He was
drawn up, insensible, and it was found that his
spine was badly injured. In spile of escry
possible attention, he liscd but a few- days. It
m-iy be remarked here, that these pits or
chasms are not infrequent on the mountains of
Hawaii. It was in one of these on the side of
Mauna Kea that the dead body of Douglass,
the celebrated traveler and botanist, was
found in 1S37. 11, ! j.
oxrn jtvsrc.li. jtoxriir.r.
III frequently hardens thit music! ttti.!n,a j-nm
scroti somtthinj tlui u nor quit clw la them, Ihtre
rort sre intend in this department to trv nd ncr sit
auctions tent to ut reining to music Questions
- -."; " "'" nun mc mn 01 cacn montn.
.vvHi(niTO aj m mil names 01 me nters.J
" Come, music, with thy sweet mysleriotu power,
And breathe a ipe'l upon this passing hour."
Kubcnstein is to w rite a march for the corona
tion of the Crar of Russia.
Venezuela is making efforts to obtain a na
The musical necrology of 1SS3 bids fair to
lc very large.
Lisrt has decided not to appear at a public
concert player in any country. He claims that
his 72 years disable him as a pianist.
Patti receives $4,400 for ctery performance.
As she is on the stage about two hours at es cry
entertainment this should gise her nlmut $33
per minute for singing.
Mr. Isaac Woodward, of the firm of Wood
ward & Urown, piano-makers, Iloston, Mass.,
is dead. There are quite a large numlwr" of
this firm's pianos in these islands.
Dr. Ebcn Tourgie who founded the New
England conservatory of music in Boston, has
presented that institution to the Hoard of
Trustees. It is the largest conservatory in the
Custaie Dorc, the lately deceased winter,
was also passionately fond of music, his favor
ite instrument being the tiolin.
The best musician is he who masters the
art in its entirety, and devotes his effort to
what it best and noblest in it. The perfect
musician is made through the knowledge of
both the instrumental and vocal art. When
pupils takes lessons, they should show their
appreciation of their teacher's worth by in
dustry, application and conscientious study.
fupils oltcn go to their lesson badly prepared.
and yet seemingly expecting to receise a good
and thorough lesson from their teacher. They
should rcmemlier that very little can be done
for them if the previous lesson has not leen
practiced anil well acquired.
Wagner memorial concerts arc being held
all over the world. Kiclurd Wagner was
born in I-cipsic, May 23d, 1813, and com
menced his musical studies at a very early age.
Hit principal works are " The Master-singers
of Nuremberg," "The Flying Dutchman,"
" Lohengrin "and "Parsifal." Wagner, it will
be remembered composed the "Grand Centen
nial March," that was performed in Philadel
phia on the first day of the Centennial Exhibi
tion. The figure 1 3 has plated an important
role in Wagner's life. He was born in 1S13,
and it was on March 13th, 1S61, that "Tann-
hauser failed In Paris. Wagner died after
t3 years of wedded life, and upon the 13th of
February, Finally the number of letters that
compose his name is 13.
The WirrrVux CMtunidt speaks of a h)inna!
tetticc gitcn in the Episcopal Church on
Easier Monday evening, and adds that it was
an Improvement on the organ recital. A
corresiwndcnt suggests; " Perhaps so, liut
some people's musical abilities are so dull that
organ music Is really too much for thtm to
understand and appreciate."
Make our jvung men musicians, musicians
In the ttue sense of the word, and the rum
shop, the billiard saloon, ami other question
able resorts, will be cheated out of the greater
part of their customers. Unfortunately, it is
a wide-spread opinion among business men
and others that it will Incapacitate a boy for
business, make him volatile, and unfit to meet
the exigencies of this hard, matter-of-fact life,
(1 we leach him music. Nothing couM be
more erroneous. At sure as the thorough
study of the classic writers of ancient and
mudem times will benefit a young nun by
elevating his mind, giving him moral strength
and consciousness of his manhood, just so sure
will the thorough understanding of the avoids
of the immortal masters of music ennoble hit
character and talca most earnest and benefi-
cient hold of his soul and heart.
Urd DurTciin U now very busy reorganirinc
i.Vvm's ro crmuenl. He. more than ih Kh.
disc, is ruler of tg)'pt. How complete this
organisation will l cannot set be told, but it
will certainly be a great improvement over
anything Eg) (4 has hid for nuny j cars. Who
wilt carry out this planned improvements? The
Kheditc Is altogether unequal to the task, eten
if he had the cordial atnl tigorout support of
all bit subjects. No one can be in Egypt long
without seeing that the native poiHikiiou is in
capable of any present successful tcif-govcrn.
ment. American residents In Egspt aie ir.
fat or of continued English occupation and
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1883.
XflLLlAM O. SMITH,
.1 rroitxKV .ir Mir,
01 .UiKitsNT Sriiir, ItnNoii'U,
yir R. CASTLE,
.trron.vKV .ir .nr,
And Nortrr PnWfe. Attends ell ihe Court, of th
M FosrSruKKT. Hosoluu. i
.irron.w.y.t nwxsnr.utn at Mir.
J ArronsKr at r.A ir,
No. 11 M(KMAIT StrT, Hovou'U', II. I.
Itt-ym INeildoortoK I". lliclerlon't law-office.)
RS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
Omc coins Foutaso IlixxTSYiaSrs.,
Afiw.'M.v.s.i.vi nojriKVATirw rnr-
OUke I loutt-Until o A. St., anj from ft and 6:jo-J r.u.
TNO. A. IIASSINGBR,
Ihtiiiior Orric, Honolulu,
.iK.vr ro taki: ACK.mrr.i:naK-
incut In Coiitnirtifor l,nbnr. 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, M. D.
J 1'irrnrcTAX ami striwKos,
Hotel streel, between Fort ami .Uvlc.i sttecls.
From j to to a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
oei Telephone No. 1&4.
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Hovoiciu, Oaiiu, II. I
xo TArtrv vii i. in a xr vojtjti.s iroxKii
. . .. . z. : . ,,,u,u" ""' . 10m. wince
at the lUnt: of llishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, It I.,
AOKXT TO TAKE ACKXOWr.KrWK-
mtnti to Contract to rMvar,
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship IXxk, F.splanade. 13
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
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HAGAN, M. D.
Honolulu. II. I..
niYsrcr.tx a xii suuat:ox.
tt)3 fort .Slrett.
Office hours from 10 10 a. m., and 3 to 3 p. m.
Residence 19J Nuuanu Street. 4)
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I,,
vjir.srcrAX axii sirunrox,
Tslefiio.nk Number 140.
Office hours from fit to ioK a. m.; i to 35f p. m.
Office and residence number a, Kukul street,
comer Fnrt street.
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Address, HONOLULU Post-office.- i66-6in'
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
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iMior-r and Ilenlert In all klmU of
Jlutlr lion, It, Vine) (looili,
Furniture. Chairs. Sewinc Marhtn... li.mr .n
Mirror Plates, IVture Frames and Cornices made to
C BREWER A COMPANY,
Ileneral Jlereantlleaml Commliuloi, Agenlt
Queen Streit, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
lions Charles R. Bishop and II. A. P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. 1,3
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Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
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eral jrerehamlUe. 1
Shin Carienter, Sir jraker a nit Caulker
No. o Qi lkn StET (below Honolulu Iron Worki)
T. LENBHAN A Co.
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Honolulu-, II. I.,
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tea re, Cutlery, Tools,
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A W. PIERCE A Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
till IF Cir.tXIILKIt.S AXII COMJIISSIOS
Agents for Brand's Guns and llomb Lances and Per.
ry Davis Pain Kdler. 1
T AINE A Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.'
COJIJIISSIOX JIKItCllAXT.1 J. V Flut
ters unit Ilealtrs In
Hay, Grain mud General Produce.
E. MclNTYRE A BROTHER,
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Queen Street, Honolulu, II, 1.,
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IIONOLt'lU. Oahu. II. I.,
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rhmnts. P A..SCHAEFER A Co.
HoNOLUu', Hawaii tx Islands,
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ILDER A Co.
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IMIMETESS AND lE.tlU IN
Cunxr Qua and Kaahuaunu Stress llooolulu.
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w(ijrten ftAal lcAkn i CWacrU UettaUasltM, i
I NO, H. UtOWN,
ll DtitrAiu SticiTt
iXMVKcroM or wmsuutm uxo
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1UT S, ORINDAUM & Co.
Makuk's Mlock, Qi mi Srsssr,
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rr lit Of Mi-i-oi.Vrrro! inIf r. ,
S. GRINDAUM & Co.
i!4 CuroisNU Sr. Sav Kb wcivo,
rotnr.ttttnyo i.v commisvwx
Sjcul facilities for ml narticuUr allcmion paUt to
camignnunti of IUml wtxluce i
No. 111 FosrSrT, IIovolulv,
irATcrutAKKH, .ir.n'Kr.KH. kxoiia.
rrr, mul Dlnmotnl Srtier.
All orders faithfully eseeuted. 3,
f AWRENCB A FRBETH,
Plant and F.sllmnles furnished for U'oikt of Con
struction, Civil Knineerinf and Surveying. Office,
comer of HaleVauwiU and Kilauea streets, next door
10 WlJenunn's brick warehouse.
P. O. Itox tot. 1,6-lr
No. 114 Fot Sr.,orrosiT Pamiiisos SfABLi-j,
HOOT AXII .silOKMAKKIt. HOOTS AXII
.short mmlc to onlrr.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and for cash. 9
TTOLLISTER A Co.,
WlloLUSLK AND KltTAIL
rillVlKIIHT.H AXII TOIIACCOXIST.S.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, I, 1
DROWN k PHILLIPS,
No. i3 Nuusnu Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
I'rntlltnl i'ftimnrre, fl rlttrrt ami Coi
I'ernmlth. Particular attention paid to the filling up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. t
Hotel Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
Ilmlrr In Lilillrt' mul Oriiltrmrn't Shorn
Try my itore, after one transaction you will be sure
to come azain. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. MebciisntStrket. Honolult, II. I,,
(orrosiTE sailor's home.)
CUSTOM HOOT AXII shokmaki:hs,
(foodworlc; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatcd.
"P II. OEDING,
Kxirrji mul Drayman.
Freight, Packages and Baggage delivered to and from
all parttof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS F.XPRF.SSLV FOR THF. PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 ; residence a35 Punchbowl street.
Office M "Kins street. toS-if
OEE HOPP A Co ,
37 Maunakea street.
Carpenter anil Furniture Dealers.
Houses built and the renairinz of houses attended to.
Terms moderate. tta.iv
TUT PHILLIPS A Co.
,iid IVioleitalc Dealem in Clothlnar Itool9,
Shoes, Hats, Mens's Furnishing Goods,
No. si Kaahumanu street.
Fancy Goods etc.
XT F. BURGESS,
CAKVEXTKIt if 1WILDEK,
All kimls of jobbing promptly attentJed to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Aillumv)ns Express Office.
Shop No. 84 Kinc street. io3
DI-tcaMiof Hot-ses and other dome-uicate-J Antmals.
treated in th mt practical ami -scientific manner.
tllSCASRS OF TUB HOOK A SPECIALTV.
Residence 8$ Fort street. Honolulu, where all order
left vrill receive prompt attention, 5-qr
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HONOU'LL', H. I.,
aitocmev, feed axj ntorisiox
Would hte beads of families, boajsjinghoufte keepers
and othen to know that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low, Orders solicited and coods promptly
delivered in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
tog Kin; Street, between Able and Fort Sts. M-tSm
ILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. M MERCHANT STREET. HONOLULU,
(Established In 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission, Money loaned
on Stock Securities,
Honolulu, II. I., October lit, i83i.
-ASTLE & COOKE,
No. So, Kino Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Shipping anil Commission Jlerrhanls,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Aleaandrr & llaldww Plantation.
R. mislead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. niith& Company, Koloa, Kauai
J. M. Alesandtr. HaiVu. Maul
The Haila Surar Coinnao),
The KohaLa Su(ar Cotu4ny.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
Th New England Ule Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturinr Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
Th New York and Honolulu Packet Un.
Th Merchant's Line, Honolulu and Saa Francisco
Dr. Javoes & Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox A Glob's, Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler Wiltons Sewing Machines. -q
f-tHARLBS T. GULICK,
Agent TO take AcitxsarLitx;aiEVTS to Lasoe
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Ofica In Mackee's Block at ooroHueea and Kaahu
manu streets, HonoJulu. f.iy
54 King Street,
Tin, Copper', ami .sherl-lron Iftrier.
PlumUag, gas nttiog and all work In nty line psoni(lly
attended to. Terms moderate.
Remember the address, cppowie the Pulke Stalloa,
M King street, 10tm
Q J. LEVEY A CO.,
HhJf.ite ami Itrlall Urftrs,
Fort street. Honolulu.
t'ruh (roceriet and proviuons of all Vindt 04 hand and
reserved rtruUily Irons lirope and America which
JI U told a the lowest mails! rales.
Goods delivered to any part of I be city Ire of charge.
Iilanjordsrt solicited and prompt uumiuo will U
given to the same. us.iy
ONG LEONG at CO.,
NuvAkv Sriisr, Coe. IUiiii,
I gents fur .WmnhI Smgar, Falmma Me
And Kaihu Rlcw ItsMatwa and MUL 111.17
yilBO. II. DAVIBS Co.,
(Lara Iasiwk, Gsesm k Ca)
IMFOItTKK, VOMJtlMStOX MKHCII.IX1
Uoyifs and th Urerpool Undarwriters.
"" a a roieia-n tmana. tttsarsuK s.ompany,
And Nortatra Auttnac Coaasaay. 1
T, K. S1LLOWAY,
No, fj Kino Srissr,
A II III K m4 HUJI.VCI1 MUKKM.
Mtalcan SadJU auXicg a kadiag Ium.
AH kinds of KklPAlKING DONE TO ORDER.
Prists ticwrdtaaty aushrilc t-y
T H. LYNCH,
J as Klnir street,
Drttlrr In r.rrru Itfrrlfllnn of lloolt
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty.
No o Mskiisnt SntKrr, Honoliii, II I ,
iJII'OHTKIIS (' Oi:Xi:itA l.MV.UOItAX-
illtr from Fraiirr, HiiuIhiuI,
Germinjr and the United Slates. t
tioANnsiSCALIrnsiiit Stikt, S. F.,
irnoi.nsA .: oitocKiis.
t'arltcuUr attention paid to filling and shipping It.
and orders. ,
r WILLIAMS A Co.
tor and 104 Fort Street,
PlttttltX of tilt In nnti ltn.li nt.L n .!.. .-.I
ffrstilsnAA ni 1l J..l..i Ia -...-a.-..!.. 1 a "
. vi nii uct,ii)nitjus iontt,tnii)- on iianil, i
Coral. SlielU .ml CuritWiiet of the Pacific, a
A LLEH A ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II, l
Ileatem In t.umher ami all kliult of IlulUI.
ina JlalerlaU, Faint; Ollt, .Valla, etc.,
Agents of schooners
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
, Uilama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robinson's Wharf. ,
T YONS A LEVEY,
AnellnnrerM ami Commltiloii Jlerrlmnls,
IIeaskr IlLOCk-, Queen Steee, Honolulu.
Sales of Fumilure, Stoclt, Real Estate and General
Mrrchandiie promptly attended to. Sole agents for
C.IH.-IIMU iu r.uroian mercnanuise. i I, i.yons
"pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I.
Iteef, Feat, Million, l.uinti, Voiillru
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality.
Sausages, Itolognns etc, alwajs on hand.
are all cut and tint nn In Ivs.t.rn !.!.
ics, itoiocnns etc., aiwais on nana, uur
are all cut and put up in Kastern slsle, AH orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
aty. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
aircett. 4o-om u. KAUrp, Proprietor.
pD. C. ROWE,
IIOVSK ami SIGX FAIXTKIt,
Pater Hancer, etc,
07 King: street, Honolulu.
84 King street,
FitAcrrv.tr. match ji a kkii.
w And Imjwrler of American Jewelry of ever)' descrip
tion, (Formerly ol San Francisco, California.) 50
T EWERS A COOKE,
(SlCCESSORS TO I.BWERS A DlCKSON,)
uiFoiiTKiis axii nn.tr.Kns rx r.vjr-
hrr ami all ktnitn of Untitling JtaterlaU.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. 1
P O. HALL A SON,
Corner Fort and Ki?g Streets,
JJiroiiTKits, nK.ir.mis ix ir.titn-
trare, llry Cooili, Valuta,
Oils and General Merchandise. t
W. McCHESNEY A SON,
I.KATJIKlt, HIDES, TALLOW, AX1
Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 4a Queen
.ivc, a.uuuiuiu, n. I. 9
" C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, H. I..
nr.ACKsjriTir, jiaciiixjst, ant-
rlage Work, Horse Shoeing,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop on King street,
nest to Catle & Coolc s. i
No. 8 Kaahnmann street,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
STOVES AND RANGES,
of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish,
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
T M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
SAIL-JIAKKItS. ri.AIIS OF ALT. UK-
serlptlons tnaiteaml rejmlreil.
Loft in A. F. CooVe'a new fire proof building, foot ol
Nuuanu StrecL a3
Honolulu, II. I.
FIOXKKlt STKAJI CAXIIV JIAXVFAC
torg ami llakery.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Ilaler.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
ps ENGLING & Co.,
No. s Nuuanu Steeet,
TIXSJIITIIS AXII FLUJIIIKUS, 1IKAL
ers In Stoves, Itanges, Tin, 3a
T W. G1RVIN,
' Wailuku, Mali, II. I
COJIJIISSIOX JIKHCIIAXT AXII IKX
eral Healer In Dry Vootls,
Groceries, Hardware, Sulionery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. 1.,
STKAJI KXaiXKS, IIOILKKS, SVOAIt
Mills, Coolers, Iron, Itrass
And Lead Castings. Machinery of every descriptin
made to, order, Particular attention paid to Ship's
lilacksrailhing. Job work executed on the shortest no
O H. MBEKAPU. (KAUKAIWA.)
Numiee 11 Nuuanu Stetet.
TAILOltlSil OF EVEKY I)E
tcrinlton done to o tiler.
Men's, boys' and youths wot k, 1
Nusisee 64 IIoiel Steeet,
MEALS SEJtYKV AT ALL
hour of the tiny,
Special tertnt for regular boarders. The only tutu.
U private room In town for Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress.
T H. NORTON Co.,
No. i) Mauxaicea Steeet,
llrsr shoeing. Shoes rrmore.1 an J all klmls
of Hlacksmllk Work ilu lo anler.
Carriag maVing and repaliiag done by competent
wurkmen. tos best nwrtt-thoer m th country works
at this place. "S-qr
Ceatee or KlLAUEA.
W, It. LKXTX, MAXAOKIl.
itorsje-iuiiiog any unusual display of vUcanicac
lion will kindly gtv. lb Maluret at least tea days no
lle in fin WTatbex, and from eleven to thlrtien In IbwL
Plenty 10 ear. a rouslnr Are, clean beds, and the best
attendance on in Hawaiian Islands. j
-t E, WILLIAMS,
lUrOBTEE AND DSALEB IK
FVKXITVHK OFKIKHV IIKMCUIFTMX
Alsa Vphvlsterer and Mnufclnrr,
rumiror Wanrooma Nn. ls Fort street. Work.
shop at old stand on HMcTSuest. All cdrt promptly
Blended to. r o
A W. RICHARDSON' Co.
iHrOITEBS AND IlEAttES IN
Moors, mhojh, rvuxiHUiJiu oooon,
Hots'Caps, Trunks, Fmllsrs,
PwrfuaMty and Soaps, Wakkam Wacckea, tin lev.
try. lit, ra, U Fact and Mwchant strwau, Hotv-
rs. 1. 1
-tIFAILUKU POl FACTORY,
Wa.LUEu, Mact, H. I.,
sUst if-Mlllg ef fmUl Mmmmfiulurtd Ceav
Attars. AH order, Wed wstk dupaun.
I B, M, tUBssr.
cpuoincoa Curb or.
.V. C.IM.ICIIO, I'refHtler,
No. 6s llorri Street, Honolulu, II. I,
Jtealt at all hour; ami Ihe table i.;.N-if
WfJi Ihe rr Ihe market aiTnntt.
'T-HOS. O, THRUM,
IstrslRTINO AHD MANUPACTURINn
stat 1 ox 1:11, xmrs aof.xi; viiixtf.ii,
And puWiiher o( Ihe Ssti rdav Press, and amilt.
aiAtt.t.ua.IAiMl, Merchant street. Deal
er in fine Stationery, I loo In, Music, Toys and fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
Honolulu, II I,,
IIKAI.J:sTATK llltOKF.H AXII KMFI.ttr.
Renlt Rjms Collages Houses, and sells and leases
Real r.stat In all pant of the Kingdom KinplotnwM
round for those seeling work In all the various branches
of buitness connected with these I (lands. Legal dosti.
mentt drawn, llil!, Collected, Hooks and Accounts kept
and general office vrork transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. ,,
Q W. MACFARLANB A Co.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
ImporterM ami Cnminliilnn Jlerehantt.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
JS.hn,!W Co' Liverpool Line of Packets
The Warkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
''r?' T1!- Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IMTORTER AND DEALER IN
olasswa in:, jiF.it 1 df.x sir.rr'.n fla-
tril Ware, llntekrtt, Fane,
King's Combination Spectacles and r.)egLsues,
Lujlral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frame,, Pis
tots, itostenholm'i Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, CLuk'i Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "nomeinc" Paper Fashions
bole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Tort street Honolulu.
ISHOP A Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Draw Kachangeonihe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents in
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD 4. SONS, London.
The 0R!ENTAL BANK CORPORATION ot
L.ondon, and their branches in
And transact a general Hanking Business r
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREII'BK & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. HRKII'KR c Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
UNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS.
Incorporated 1S75. ,
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Iluildinc, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Iniured afatnst Fire on the most favoraWe tenns. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A. SCIIAEFER &., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Agents, art authorised to take risks against Ihe dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
DREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCIIAEFEK b- Co., Artittt.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the ICawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCHAEFER A" dr.. AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Acencv here.and the above signed. General Ams.
are authoriied to lake Rllks against th dangers of the
ocas ai inc most reasonate tales and on the luosl la.
SCHWEIZER1SCHE LLOYD RUCKVER-slcherung-s
Gtsellschalt of Wioterthur.
If. ItACKFELU b- Cth, AGE.VTS.
Capital of the Company .. ...francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Iilands, ore prepared to Ensure Buildings, Furniture,
Sl rK. ,.!,.. .ml Irn.l.. S I . .!.!,.. ... .1.. ...
.-.....u.n. ..n. ivu.ww, i..,uiih,,. ,S, B1MI OUI
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against lost
or damage by nre, on the most favorable tenns. i
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company, (Limited)
THEO. It. DAFIES, AGEXT.
The above a cent hat r rrr I vs. tntn.r-An tn r.
ducetl rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
ties at the lowest rates. .ith a special reduction on
ifcigui cr icuiciB.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCJAEFEK & C., AGEXTS.
The abov Ann having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared lo trsur. risks against art on
Stone and Uncle buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on lh tnou favorable terms. Vee particulars
apply at their ottice, ,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob Insurance Company.
1USH0P cV &., A GS.VTS.
Vnllmlteii Liability lo Stockholder:
IkcouK roe 1I79:
Premiums received after deduction of rtv.
inturane. . . . S.ss.ti
lusi promptly adjuiltd and pkl here,
HPHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SLTTING IN URICK.
G. EXGLIXG ,C Co.,
X. I.Vsuaa SI., HtmMutm, If. t.
Sol. agents fur ibes IsUnda. The Uu cooking ap
paratus f. the Itauation, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTUktS such as
il4 Water Hollers,
lrttl Bars, .'-.,
Kiplksi directkjns Uat setting up accsMnpaay svsry
Ciiruart ami Fritti oh aff!itatln, UJ r
HAWAIIAN INVL3TMK..NT AND ACLNCY
0 riltt-sUu svmrtties, fos loo or aUars perkals.
AkJ1 W, LGKktEN, Uuuts"ttm.
(Hoc Crusea Slrtct, over O. W UaifarsaM & Co..l
CmiJMPAUXK ClbKM MAXViUCTOMr,
No, t Lwma Sratsr, lloMftlii-,
This i Ittl iavitoratina; berstag. ts sac sal at at itvc
jea4ta( mlws 1 lb my. Rrdart snsm tU saner
hlsadi Tvtly stteadwl to. iji
TRANS-ATLANTIC PIRB INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. ItACKFKLD & C., Aftnli.
Capital and Reserve Relthsmatk ,nm,oon
their Ke-lmurance Companies " iat,oso,csn
lolal Reichimark 107,630,000
The Agents of Ihe above Company, for the Hawaiian
Iilands, are prepared 10 Insula llmldingt, Furniture,
Merchandise ami IVcslure, Machinery, etc , also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in Ihe harbor agalnrt lost
or damage by lite, on the most favorable lettns 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
C.4STLK A COOXK, AGF.XTS
INCOHruEATED I Si J.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
IVillelre I"iir,t on the, unit FarorahteTrrnii
RXAtirLR OP NON-rORPEITURE HAN
Insured age 35 years -ordinary life plan I
Annual premium continues Policy 1 years, 3 days
Annual premlnms continue Policy 4 years, '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 10 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy 10 years, j "
.Isicls, ' - $f:f,-,0O,OO0,
Losses paid through llnotuolu Agency, $40,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Insurance Co,
Suliserlbeil Capital .... S.1,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
here, and are prepared lo take risks on prop.
erty of every description within these
J, T. WATF.RIIOUSE,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York,
( ICDEK & Cs., AGEXrS,
TMrgest, Safest ami most F.eonoinleal Life
Insurance Company In Ihe Worlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER 190,000,000.
For further Information rnncernino ih rnmmnU
and forrate of Inturance apply to the Agents, or to
J, h. Wiseman. Soliciiin. A cent, i
ORTH-GERMAN PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Ham burr.
. tlACKFRLD 4- CV.t AGB.VTS,
CapiuUnd Reserve ReichimArk 8,830,000
their He-Insurance Companies, " 35,000,01x3
The Agents of the abore Company, for the Hnwaibn
MUnds. are Dretured to in.nr llinliltnntt l.'itrn;ii.r.
Merchandise and Iroduce. Machinery, etc., alto Sugar
and Rice M ills and vessels in the harbor, against low
or danuse by nie, on the mot favorable terms. 1
TT W. SEVERANCE,
316 California Sr Cal., (Roost No. 4 )
UAWAIIAX COXSUL Jt COJIJIISSIOX
TTARNDEN & Co
jjSaksosirSt., Near CAiironNtA, S. F,
JKM:ilAL FVItVltASIXO AOKXTSAXD
PRANK H. AUSTIN & Co.,
Orrics No. JoCsurouxiA Stkeut, S. F.,
COJIJIISSIOX AUKXTS JiFOllWAllll-
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
-sHARLES BREWER St. Co.
37 Klmv Steeet, IIostoh,
AUKXTS OF UAWAIIAX FACKKTS,
Oeneral Commission Agents.
Srvfiil lll.ntim, (,,.. ,.!, ...l...!. r .. I. t.
the Hawaiian trade. Freiaht at lowest rates. 1
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,000 Pianos; i.ono Organs; sasehalf; buy of ihe
manufacturers: from $2a to )looo; cash, rent,
or installments ; catalogues (rtz.
ANTISELL, corner Market and Powell, San Fran
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant, Insurance elTccted in
good companies at low est rales.
Olice 403 Front Street, San Francisco, Cal.
1 10.) r
)ALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
le largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Printers Warehouse on the Pacific Coast,
aoj and .07 Leldetdorff and
sj Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL
W e Veep on hand th largest stock of American Fancy
Type ever kept 00 this coast, together with a
most complete slock of Miller A Rich
ard' Scotch Type j and can
furnish, at short notice,
AnjrtaUasar Ira Uts PrUUr'a Uatts,
from a IMkln loa C) tinder Press. We have a Urge
slock of new and second hand Printing l'rcsws of
all makes and aim. We are sole agents for
Campbell's Cvhnder Presses, Coltretl and
Italcock Pressest alws Peerless Clip-
r. Jewel, (vrdoa and Wash.
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Baiter steam engines, which ate Juu the thing for
printers, Tuerk. Water Moters, Gm l'atr Cullers
and a full lin of tsanburn's bookltndetl'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Fettles Printing Inks ar considered th best In
us. Have you used our Perfection plstetl
They save editorial work and corapoM.
lion, and therefor sar mony.
&TSF.ND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
rREUEMSEE No houM on this coait can compel with
us M iiuauiy vs gooos.
Chicago oAjc 17) Monro tttMt.
It. K, MM, Froprleion,
Having purchased lb llotil-Sueet Marker, I Uke
pleasure la announcing that I will gts lb bsisiaeu ssy
personal attcnrkMi, and hop lo supply th want of th
public of Honolulu la satisfactory auanrr.
beet, asftrrroir, veal, lamb,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THF. TAIILE
AlWtlt OK MSK0,
FMOMFT DKLIIKHY M.lllK.
ORDERS TAKKN UY TELEPHONE
Tturuosia, No. ty). 111
W. aasuLactsu th VERY HKST QUALITY Pass
baas At Taro,
Owtae la lb mxtt IxiA. .1,U! I.w . b.
can sell cheaper thaa uLm, aasl can gnsfilil UsaU.
tiuna aaj JI Badove. ol '-1 aftie awv iA.1Li.m
eST Orders by hat rciv twuasa4 aiitnilii,,
C. H. MAKES. uiisTjA. WWKTMEY
WHOLE NUMBER 138
THEO. H. DAVIES&CO.
OFFER TOR SALE,
From the careoea of the UI.I.OCK and other tK.nl
sesstts, ihe followlni
Dry Goods and Clothing:
Prlnli j of the latest siiles, fast colors:
llliie Denims, Drown Linen Drills,
hue Cms don Sheetlnj,
llMrocVa long Clolhs, tVatetproof Treli.
loel, and Tosielmj, Ulast lowtl,,
lUe Cloths, Tall Naplins,
Pnro Lliir.it, Shrstvla, DrM Ooodi,
(ircnadines, While and Colored Silks,
Colored Satin,, Uraia Cloths,
Artificial Mowers and leathers.
Cotton llandkerthlefs. Silk HamlVmMefs,
1 al.le Covers, svooUb; Colored Salterns ami Crams,
I ancy Mlstur and llliie an.I Gray I lannels,
t ictoria 1 jivns, llrooki' StmxA Cm tun,
...uv n,,u ,.,,,,d WIIVSR 1.IHSU01,
r ANC Y DRESS
Fancy I'Uids, Regalia Shlrm Wool Shirts,
hue and Colored Colt on Shirts,
Fancy Scarfs. Pilot Hr.n
Jln While n.l Drawn Cotton Half Hose,
Indies Hose, Men's Ready-made Clothing,
Men 1 Hals,
I-!1'".', 'J?" ""'", ll"1' "' fancy straw),
India Rubber Coals, Capes and laggings.
Hue and Gray Horse llbnkets.
Woolen Dlankett, all sires, colors and weights;
Felret Carpet 1, Feted Hugs,
Felret ami Tapestry Door Mats.
A full assortment of OF.NTLF.MKN'S and I.A
DIES' SADDLES ; also, Saddles for lloss and GliU.
and a few '
ttOCKKY SADDLES 1
I1HIDI.ES, Saddle Clolhs and Chamois Skin..
Coal Bnars, 86x37.
Rioe Bag and Twin.
flalranlieil Corrugaleil Hoofing (14 gauge),
In 6, 7, 3 and 0 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos 4,5,0 and 7, and Staples:
Galvamred Irun Buckets, all sues;
Galvanlred Wash llasins,
Galvanirrd Garden llordering and Netting,
linned Iron S.iucepam, all sues;
Tealetlles, real Japan lllacking.
Pa rinn Bricks and Garden Tiles,
Lawn Seals and Chairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Flower Standi,
Fern liaskcts, etc.
PORTLAND CEMENT FIRE BRICKS,
Urerpool Salt anil Hock Salt, Zincs, Faints
ami llotleil Oils, Worcester Satire
tt ml Groceries.
English, American and Hawaiian
FLAOS ! ,
Three, Use and seven yards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty lest, sues X, X, js nd )f.
POWELL DUFFRYN STEAM COAL,
ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING, from "jto t,"
One SU-Horse 1-otrcr I'ortubt Knglns.
Also, One Three-Horse Fotcer rmital
o-ir TIIEtt II. DAVIES CO.
Wholesale and Retaii.
and manufacturer of AERATED WATERS. ,
Importers and Dealers In
Etc, Etc, Etc, ,
Sole Agentt for the Ctltbrated
VAJOTY F AIR
TOBACCO AND CIQARETTU
Jtelfast Ginger Ale,
H Nuuanu St', and Cwsee Fbrt and Merthant St.
HONOLULU, II. I
F(.a FxarAStt a PaaMlkajiy
a- Dots Asmstm LeWoMEssVanSEw.
LTCn, or 0. W, W l.iukm k & "jit
irtntsarkUa, , " " m