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VOLUME III, NUMBER 37.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 141
A Newtpaper Pnbllthed Weekly.
I5L.UD SiIMnllTOW $5.00 A UlR, l AM UE.
$6 50 to $7.50, according to ihetr destination.
t ,vi' or roitrtrxi:.
My ship, itie Mil shifting sea ;
I know not what her fortune le,
Or if fierchance, tiie creaking blaM
Will ever tear her home ;
Willi hand on head, the llrelonK day
1 hum my eye against the liny
And never see the gallant matt
Across the wheeling foam.
Behind my latticed window-bar
I watch at night the floating star,
. And cradled by the rolling sea
The sltenl hamlet Ilea f
An ehhtng tide upon the sand,
'Che mighty water rock the land,
And through the leaning linden-tree,
Repeals the crystal skies.
My freighted ship perchance the gate
(live liattle to her swelling sail,
Her heavinir charger meets the Mow
And plunge panting l.ack ;
The current wim henealh her keel,
Her smrlet banner writhe and reel.
And In the foaming flood below
'Hie waters circle black I
Or )et a thousand league from shore,
'1 he red flames eat her to the core ;
She leap In all her Maroncd gold
Along the hissing tide
Her quenchless jewels sink In slime
A trensure for the hand of Time,
And rushing through the empty hold
The ocean claim the bride.
Ah, friend I ton long you followed here,
'I he flagging footstep of the year
To watch, beyond the melting bay,
The distant shining sea-
A floating hull from other lands
Came reeling up the yellow sands
A w reck of life, the sailors say I
For ou but not for me.
Dotti Kent! Geoitate, In A. 1', Oheiver.
iie.iiixiscexces or iioxolvlu.
'.. 1'. Katimac.1. one of the representatives
for Lahaina, tlicil at Honolulu February 28,
1859. Ill funeral was attcmleil liylhc mem
ber of the legislature, then in session. The
deceased wa a man of considerable talent, a
lawyer by profession, but more familiar with
Hawaiian folk-lore than with law. He had a
stentorian voice; always had something to say
on any and every subject that came up in the
house, and especially whencser he fancied the
rights of the natives were Involved his voice
might be heard for a mile. He and David
Kaauwal, of Wailuku, were well mated in
these respects, and may be said to have been
the pioneers in the unfortunate work of pro
ducing among their countrymen the feeling of
antagonism of races.
It was early in this year that the bark Yankee,
a regular and favorite packet bctvv ccn here and
San KrancUco, was libeled at that port by one
Martin Gallagher, for having been forcibly
taken thence and brought to Honolulu. The
circumstances leading to the libel occurred
three years before, and were substantially as
Gallagher was a night watchman in the San
Francisco custom-house, and on the 25th day
of .May, 1856, he was seized by the vigilance
committee then engaged in the work of clear
ing San Francisco of "crooked" characters,
and after a week's confinement and the form
of a trial gone through, he was sentenced to
banishment from the state, never to return
under the severest penalties presumably un
der the penalty of death. Gallagher, whom I
knew by reputation, and quite familiarly by
sight, was one of those pestilent characters
who abounded in San Francisco in thejears
1852 to 1856; a New York Irishman, a
" ward politician," he was well described as a
disorderly character and a nuisance to society.
The action of the vigilance committee in his
case, as In that of many others with whom
that body dealt, was very natural and reason
able, though unlawful. Its members wanted
to get him out of the country, and having the
power in their hands they did so. June I,
1856, Gallagher, in pursuance of the sentence
of the committee, was taken with several
others, by an armed body of committeemen
and put on loard a steam-tug and thence out
to the " Heads." The bark Yankee, Captain
James Smith, which was beating out to sea
bound to Honolulu, was there overhauled, and
Gallahger, with two other persons similarly
sentenced by the committee, were placed on
board of her. Captain Smith did not object
to taking the passengers thus forced upon him,
as with them there was apparently no choice
in the matter. He treated them with kindness
during the voyage, and they always afterwards
spoke well of him. It was therefore a matter
of surprise when, three years afterwards, Galla
gher brought suit against the Yankee to re
cover damages fur a marine tort, and was
awarded the sum of $3,000.
Judge Hoffmann, of the United States Dis
trict Court, who gave the decision, saidt "It
Is c idcut and the fact was not seriously
denied at the hearing that the master of the
bark was fully aware of the circumstances
under which the libellant and the other pris
oners were placet! on l-oard his ship, and that
an arrangement had previously been made
with him to receive and convey them to
As before stated, the result cH this and
other threatened similar suits against the
Yankee, causal Captain "Jim Smith" to
leave the command of that vessel, in which he
was succeeded by Captain C. K. Lovelt.
Duilng the last week in March, the king
sent a special message to the legislature, sug
gesting sundry amendments to the constitution,
which, although not acted upon at that time,
were subsequently adopted. In the main, in
the constitution granted by Kameliamcha V,
These ptoposed amendments wcret
Thai ministers be allowed the privilege of
election in tne House 01 Krprcscniauvcs, as
That the king be authorized to make addi
tions to the House of Nobles of members for a
term of years, as well as for life.
That the number of representatives le
unites! to not cacceu twenty, tnsieau ot irom
twenty-four to forty, as under the then con
stitution. Thai A property qualification be requited of
repr tMatativc. j ami iiust wcit pay oc u&cu at
a definite sum for the session, Instead of per
It will be noted that the eminently wise and
patriotic Kaiuchamcha IY did no adocate,
not ews tuggest, the swamping of the popular
Urttveh of the legislature by combining the two
twtuw ll one, M at ptcsetit.
" About this lime dUcussion ran high in the
cesWBsMtlty 00 the new tariff, which, in cons'
ratjgets of the new Flench Treaty had been
oisfWMtl by the ssvisktry. Mr. Gretjg, the
mmtkn of mmc aw tattoo orocc ibmu
tin itfrilninm and eottgt.tulat.otw of all
dMMa, M Im iwni iMtfaa to wpcrUacc the
late of all prominent men. He waiailll
in the press, for thi and that .upocl wrong
doing or error in public policy.
Mr, Gregg, however, wa high-spirited,
and struck back when assailed. Witness the
following paragraph in one of his speeches on
the tariff In the House of Nobles; "A gen
eral duty often per cent. a.t valorem wilt not,
I am convinced, lie deemed unreasonable.
It Is In no sense oppressive. No man can
maintain that it is against good policy, or In
violation of any real public interest. Let
those who are unwilling to submit to It inaie
Ihtir arrangtmcitli for departure at their carli
tit tonvenieiiet. They can well l spared,
and it Is probably that their places will soon
lie supplied with better men men who will
not grudge the small pittance they arc required
to pay for the security of properly nnd the
advantage of protection."
At this distance of time twenty-four sears
It Is amusing lo recall the storm of idigna
lion that followed the publication of these
independent ministerial utterances, nnd the
prophecies of dire consequences that were to
At the annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Missionaries in May, 1858, they addressed a
rcspcctTul memorial to the king in council,
praying that some measure might be adopted
to put a check upon the growing of the native
hula dance. The memorial was referred by
the Privy Council to the judges of the Supreme
Court for what reason I never could under
standand there it slept.
At the meeting of the Hawaiian (native)
Agric11lt1tr.1l Society, held in April, 1859, the
king, In speaking of the scarcity of food among
the people and the causes, said s "Another
cause was the hula. The hula if performed
after the ancient style, with a proper regard
for propriety, would be objected to by no one;
but the hula as praclicctl now, was objected to
by every one. It was another shameful cause
(besides the great number of horses) of the
idleness and unproductiveness of the people,
resulting inevitably in a scarcity of the com
mon necessaries of life. Men and women
the whole populace even down to the little
child, were all attracted, day after day, to the
hula. Who shall till the ground ? A famine
April 2G, 1859, vvas a grand gala day for the
Odd Fellows in these islands. It was the
fortieth anniversary of the institution of the
order in America, and vvas improved by the
brotherhood here by laying the corner-stone of
Odd Fellows' Hall, on Fort street. At 10:30
o'clock, Excelsior Lodge formed in procession
and marched to Fort-Street Church, escorting
the Masonic bodies Lodge lc Progrcs de
I'Occanie and Royal Arch Chapter, and the
Mechanics' Benefit Union. The Ucv. Mr.
Corwin, pastor of the church, delivered a ser
mon appropriate to the occasion, from Ecclc
siastesIV, 9 and 10, "Two are better than
one," etc. I do not know whether Mr.
Corwin"Vas an Odd Fellow or not, but he
certainly had the bet interests of the order at
heart, judging by the praises he bestowed
upon it. Here and there, there crept in a bit
of humor, a quality for which the reverend
gentleman vvas noted, as when in speaking of
the antiquity claim for the order he said:
" 'Tis true that Adam was an Odd Fellow ; but
he remained so no longer than he could make
himself even." After the sermon the proces
sion reformed and proceeded to the site of the
projected hall on Fort street, where, in the
presence of a large audience, thcccrcmonics of
laying the corner-stone were carried out, the
principal officers being, II. IJ, Durham, N.G.;
K. A. S. Wood, D.D.G.S.J D. N. Flitncr,
G.S.; W. C. Parke, D.G.M.; and J. Fuller,
Chaplain. In the- evening there was a ball
given by the members of the order at the
"Bungalow" a spacious coral stone man
sion built by Theo. Shillaber, on Richard
street, some time since demolished at which
were present the king and suite, Chief Justice
Allen, government officials generally and the
representatives of foreign powers. The laying
of the corner-stone of Odd Fellows' Hall was
noteworthy, it lieing the first edifice erected
in Honolulu for a purely eleemosynary purpose.
Died, April 26, 1859, Jona Piikoi, a well-
known and much respected native. He was
clerk of the Honolulu Market, and had been
for many years a member of the House of
Nobles J noted for his intelligence, enter
prise and thrift, as well as for his probity of
character. 11. u s.
Horses havebeensucccssfullycured of the v ice
ofbitlngbyputtingapicceofhard wood an inch
and a half square in the animal's mouth, about
the same length as an ordinary snafile bit. It
may be lastcned by a thong of leather jussed
through two holes in the ends of the wood, and
secured to the bridle. It must be used in ad
dition to the bit, but In no way to impede the
working of the bit. Karcy adopted this plan
with the zebra in the Zoo, which was a terrible
brute at biting. Mr. Karey succeeded, how
ever, in taming and training him to harness,
and drove him through the streets of London.
Animals with this vice should be treated kindly
in the stable, and not abused with pitchfork
handles, whips, etc., and a kind pat, but firm,
watchful hand and eye, with the use of the
aliovc wooden bit, will cure the most inveterate
biter. The fact that he cannot shut his mouth
or grip anything soon dawns upon him, and
ths,n he is conquered. Toivtito Glob.
And amusing case was tried at Brighton,
England. Plaintiff c'aimed 13s. for making a
dress. Defendant refused to pay because the
dress did not fit. Plaintiff said, " I made the
tlress properly! only the lady has no figure
whatever, She would not be squeezed, and
how could I make her a Venus when she is
all wadding ? This created much laughter, in
which his honor joined. Defendant, angrilyt,
"I'm abetter figure than you are. My husband
is in courtj ask hlml" The judicial gravity
couldn't stand this, and the court, who was
probably mauled, nearly rolled off his chair.
His Honor 1 You must put that dress on,
for me lo see. " The lady accordingly retired,
but on being rehabilitated, she. seemed to lie
so loth to show o(T her ' ' wadding " figure that
she absolutely declined to come back into
court. The judge, therefore, went In to the
retiring loom, and on examination decided
that the dreu was a misfit, and nonsuited the
The scheme for establishing an "express
line" of fast steel-ships between New York
and England, to carry passengers only, and to
make the voyage in five or ux days, has been
abandoned. It U'notewozthy that the demands
of freight traffic have thus far been the incentive
which has produced the swiftest steamships.
The most notable achievements in this line
have icsultctl from the rivalry In bringing the
new tiia crops Irom China to England. The
rivalry bas estended, in a considerable degree,
to Nw York, tome of the cloaca steamsliip
racOT ta-ifag bsvso kpt up from the other side
ofitugMx, around tbfeugii the Sum CanaL
tXAILLtAM O. SMITH,
ATTonsr.Y .t r..ur,
Sj M-t-IOM-IT STRRRT, HoNOLtU ,
.trroitxiiv at law,
And Notary Public Attend all the Courts of the
(A Pout SrmtrT, Ho-toLi ui, t
ATronxr.r .t vovssr.Li.on at lam:
' Arronxnr at lam;
No. 4 Mmciiant StairsT, UnNoiuLr, II. I,
u!-3m Next door to R. F. lllckerton's law office.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrrtCKCOKNER KOHTAND Illtlll'TANIA STS..
HVJMKOSS AXI IIUMdll'ATIItO I'ltV.
Office HoursUntil o A. ., and from 1-1 and 6:30-8 P.M.
TNO. A. IIASSINCER,
Interior Orricp, IIonoluiA-,
Aor.XT to taki: .ir.Kxoiri.nnaiu
tnfttln lo Cnntrirt for Ltibnr. 3
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
' 1'ltYMCIAX nwt SltnoilUX,
Hotel street, lietween Fort and Alakea streets.
From 7 to to a. m.; t to 4, and 6 lo 8 p. m.
106-tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II, PATY,
HoNoil'Ur, Oaiiu, II, I ,
XOTAICV l'VIILl(JAXI) VOMMlSHIOXim
For the States of California nnd New York. Office
at the Hank of llishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
aokxtto taki: ACKxon-r.Rnai:-
m-Mf fo Cmitrort lo l.nlmi:
Office at Pacific Mail Steamdiip Dock, Ksplanade. 15
J M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
IIoXOLLLU, H. I
iuixtal itooMs ox roitr stiii:i:t.
Office In llrewer's Ulock, corner Hote and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. t
B. EMERSON, M. I.
Honolulu, II. I,,
VltYHICIAX axi svmnutx,
Tplkpiionk NUMnRR 140.
Office hours from 8J4 to ioJ a. m.; 1 ! to iU p.
Office and residence number a, Kukuf stro
corner Fnrt street. i
-p A. DE LA NUX
suitrm'oit Axn cirir. r.xurxr.Kit,
Address, HONOLULU Tost-offire. iC6-6m
J YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fort Street,
ImjmrlrrK uittl lrtttrrn hi all klmli of
'Jlimlr UooiIh, IVfiirf llooilg,
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror I'lates, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Geurrtil MeveuittllcHHtl Vommtjmloii Atrut
Qufen Street, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones, jr., president nnd manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors:
Hons. Charles K. llishop and II. A. P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. ia8
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
iiivoitTEit axo in: a 1.1:1: .v ot:x-
rritl Jierfluttntlnf, t
Ship Cnrptnter, .Syir Jlaker ttml Caulher
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
J7 T, LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
JMI'OHTEKS AX1 COMJtlbSIHX Jltill
11TRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
FA.SUJOXAULH VltKSS AX1 CLOAK.
M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sua A It FACTOHSAXO CO.V.UIS.SIOX
CLAUS srRBCKELS. 1 WSI. CtRWIN.
T"ILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
l.VrOllTKUS AXI) VKALKItS IX iiAitn-
tcttre, Cutlery, Tool;
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. i
A W. PIERCE cVCo.
Honolulu, II. I,,
Hllll' CllAXULKKS AXJt C0313HS810X
Agents fortltrand's Gun and Ilomb Lances and I'cr
ry Davis' Pain Killer. i
J AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.
COM31ISSIUX M KM) II A XTS Iill'OU.
lent mill Jienler tit
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
E. MclNTYRB & BROTHER,
Cos. Kino and Fort Sis., Honolulu,
OltOCKHY AXI fKKlt STOHK.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II, I.,
UKXKKAL U03IM1SS10X AI1KXTS.
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Honolulu, Osiiu. II. I.,
IMVOHTHIIS AXI V031M1SSIOX -VLIt-
r ha oil.
P A. SCHAEFER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaii snIslanps,
IMVOUTKItS AXI CO3I311SSI0X MKU-
f) eh tt It Im. i
AITILDBR ft Co.
Con. Fort ano Qens Srs., Honolulu,
LVMHKK. I'AIXT.i, OILH, XAIL.S,
find iltiffWIiity JfiifeW'itf of every kitttl.
P P. ADAMS,
QvtkN Street, Honolulu,
,1 VCTIOXKMI A XII COM 31 1 SSI OX MKIl
elm til. i
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importers axd Dealers in
OKXKHA I. MKUCIIAXIUSK,
Corner Queen and Kaahununu btrecl. Houolulu.
OLLBS ft Co.
Qlren Street, Husolulu, II. I.,
SHtr CHAXItLKKS AXI VOMiilSSlOX
Impoltcrs sod Dealers la General Merchandise. I
TNO. H. BROWN,
' ioj Usektania Street,
ixurncTOK or wkhihts .tsn
Orders caa be left ml the Polfc SluIoo.
ltT P, BURCBSS.
CAHVKXTKH hJ MVtlDKU.
All kiod of Jobbing prompllv Ulttkled to.
Tetsfhea Ny. I i WiHtinuWs tUimw OtCct.
I SkttoN Miasms. M
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Makre's Block, Queen Street,
iMvoitTiutsASh tnioLi:.sALi: iikai,
er III lleitrrol Merehitlutlnr. a
S. GRINDAUM & Co.
914 LAuroRMASr., Sam Fhanckco,
rotnt'jtimxo ,i.vj commhisbox
SoecL-it fieiiitie for anil nartieular attention daM tn
consfgnmenH of I Ma in J produce. a
No. tit Fort Strrrt. Honolulu,
irjTOBBjB.t ii:tt, .:ir:,;f t:xaitA-
rrr, rrii.f tltitmntul .Setter,
All orders faithfully executed. 3
r AWRENCE A I'RBBTH,
Vlhns and I'.llmatM furnUlietl fur U'nrl nf Ccm
struct Ion, CM I Knelncerini? nnd Survejlnff. Office,
corner of HalekauwiU and Klbuea street, next door
to Wide ma nn brick warehouse.
P. O. Ho lot.
No. 114 Fort St., optositk Pantheon Stable,
BUNBTAXBB SBBOBMBABCBUB, HOOTS AXB
fttweit tiutftc tn nrttei
Of bel material at reasonable price, and foi cash, tr
TJOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
BBBIVMB1HTS AXBi TOBtACCOXISTS.
So. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I.
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, 1L I.,
I'racttctit B'tumbem, flu Fitter nnd Cop'
Particular attention naiil In llie fit finer tin nf ttna
Springfield G.11 Machine. 1
MOTEL STr-RKT. ILONOtl'LU, II. I.,
nrntor In B.mtlrtt unit (leiittfineit Shoe
Trv mv store. After one transaction ou will lie 1111-
to conic acnln. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
CAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
0. 4 MERCHANT STRFHT, MONOLULT, II. I.,
(orrosiTB sailor' home.)
CBTSTOJB JtOOT AXBi SHOEMAKERS,
Good work : low rmces. Keoairinc done with neat.
ne viand disatcl.
X H OEDING,
ttrpremn a ml Birnymnui
Freight, Packages, and llaggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu ami vicinity. Careful at
tent ion jtald to mowr.gt Furniture, with
WAGONS LXPKF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
I elcphone 86 residence IJS Punchbo I street.
Office M King street. io6-lf
OEE HOPP & Co,
37 Maunakea street,
Carpenter ami Jitrntturr Denier.
Houses built and the repairing; of houses attended to.
I ermi moderate. 1 1 2 1 y
TWT PHILLIPS & Co.
ami Wftotrinle Bfenler tit Ctothlny, Hoot,
Shois, Hats, Mcns'ii Furnishing Goods,
' Fanev Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in tne most practical and scientilic manner.
DISEASES OF TIIE HOOF A SPECIALTY.
Residence 8 Fort street. Honolulu, where all orders
left will receive prompt attention. 5-qr
- F. WOLFK
Honolulu, H, L
OBlOCBlBtr, FKKBi AXBi 1'BtOVJSWX
Would like heads of families, board inchouse keeoers
and others to know' that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low, Orders .solicited and goods promptly
delivered in any jwrt of the city or suburbs. Number
109 rwuiff street, between Auuea and fort ats. 'i-on.
-ITTILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Established In 1879.)
Sugar Plantation. Railroad, Telephone and other
corporation &iocks, oonas ana simu4r
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. L, October 1st, 1882.
pASTLB & COOKE,
No. 80, King Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
Shipping and Contmtttlon Merchant,
Importers and Dealers tn
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation,
'lite Alexander & llaldwm Plantation.
K. Haltlrad. orUaialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith &.Comrany, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Mauu
The HalVu Sugar Cbnpany.
'llie Kohala bugar 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 Use.
The Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes Ac Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Glbb's. Singer Manufacturing; Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, t-q
"HARLBS T. GULICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Ladoe
GK.NKRAL 1IUS1NESS AOENT.
OT.ce In Mackee'e Block at comer Queen and Kaahu
manu streets, Honolulu. .iy
M King Street,
Tin, Copjitf, iN)f Hheel-lroH Worker,
Plumbing, gas fitting and alt work in my line promptly
Attended lo. Terms moderate.
Remember Ihe address, opposite the Police Station,
,4 Klnif street. too-eni
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Wltoletnle ami Helnll Oroeert,
Fort stree), Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
rccclicd regularly from Kurope and America which
will be sold at Ihe lowest market rates.
Goods delivered .10 an)' pan of the city fre. of charge
vUnd orders solicited and prompt atteution will lie
given to the same. iit.ty
ONG LEONG ft CO.,
Nl'VANii SnilT, Coa. Maxims,
Auenlm for MohhuI Sugar, 1'alama ttlee
And Kailua Ktce PUntatian and Milk uaiy
-pE0. H. DAV1ES Co.,
(Late Ianion. G.eek & Co.)
IMVOHTKII, COMMIKHIOX JMUCH.tXl
unit Ayenl for
Lloyd's and the LWeroool tinderwrltera.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Coaapuy,
nwi sswssusiu ssuiiuisv Srswaswaj,
A W, RICHARDSON Co.
lUKXTEASAND PaAtKU IN
HOOT, HUOKS, rVHXlMtlXa GOOBM,
MnU, Vmum, Trunk; ralit,
Perfumery and Soaps, WUtkani Watches, Kin. lev.
.Iry. etc, cor. of Fort and Metckaat aUesHa, Heav
wuiu, tt. I.
VKTAILUKU FOI FACTORY,
Waiu'eVi Uaui, II. I ,
Met QtutHH) J4ai MattukHtm Cf
" ees.f" wwsseWf
M King street.
Denier In l'.eertf )crrirloi of llnnlt
Ladies and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty.
No. 99 Mmchant Srnerr, Honolulu, II. I.,
iMvoHTr.ns or or.xiutA l miihuiiax.
ttlte from I'mnre, lhiffliinilr
Germany and the United States. t
ii6ANnii!CAitroitNtA Stu.kt, S. V.,
wiioi.r.s.i li: anocr.Hs.
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping t
and orders. t
' WILLIAMS & Co.
IOI AND I04 1'OHT SrSKKT,
rnoToaiiA nria a htists.
'ittures nl all sites ami kln.lt m.-irt.t tn nnW. sn.l
frames of all decrttionstcunt.'intiy on hand. Also
LLEN & ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II, I,,
Dealer In Lilmher 11 ml nil html of llnttit
nil .iittierini, i-ttinr, UIM, Anil, ete.,
Agents of schooners
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluoht, Mary Ellen,
Uilama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robinson's N tiarf, t
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auelloiieer mill CoiiiiiiIIoh Merrhnnt,
IIeavek IIlock, Queen Stref, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture. Stock. Ueal Kstate and (general
Mercliandiv tiromDtlv attended to. Sole asenls for
American anu l.uropean mcrcnanuise. l l. l.yons,
rHE GERMANIA MARKET.
HoVOLULU, II. I.
Href, Vent, Million, ImiiiIi, Poultry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Potk
Sausaees, llolognas, etc., Aiwa) on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up in Eastern st)te. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
Streets. lo-tm G. RAUPP, Proprietor.
D. C. ROWE,
novsK mni max paixteu,
PAPRR HlMr.RD. rlf.
107 King: street, Honolulu.
84 King street,
Pit A CTICAL WATCUMA KEIl,
And Imuorter of American lewelrv of evers' descrin.
tion, (Formerly of San Francisco, California so
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lbwers & Dickson,)
13IPOIITK11S AXIt DKALKKS IX I.V3I-
lier mm nil html ofltiillilliiy llnlerlnl.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. i
P O. HALL b SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets,
I3IPOUTKUS, DKALKIIS JX IIAHO-
trnre, llry Oooil, I'utnt,
Oil and General Merchandise. i
W, McCHESNBY & SON,
KKATBtKBt, lBIBiKS, TABA.OtV, AXD
A cent for the Real Soart Comnanv. Na a 0(itsn
streety Honolulu, H. I. y
" C. COLEMAN,
UONOLULl. H. I.,
JILACKSMTTBt, JtACBBTXIST, CABl-
rtane Work, lBorse Shoeing,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shoo on Kinir street.
next to Castle & Cooke ft. i
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
bTUVKS ANO KAIHUKS,
of all kinds, numbers stock ami metals, hou fumUh
tne guoos, cnanueiicn, umjis, etc
T M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.t
SAirMAKEits. rrtos of at.l dk
eruption madei ami repaired.
Loft in A. F. Cooke's new fire-nroof LiiiMint. foot nt
Nuuanu Street, a8
HoNOLULt, II, I.
B'JOXKKBt STBiM CAXBH' JBAXUFAC-
ivrp nnii jiiiArr.
,tl 1..4 lMUCUIUIICf. I a.llj WIW WIIU U4UI.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
ENGLING ft Lo.,
No. s Nuuanu Street.
TIXHMIT1IS AXIt PLU3I11EIIS, DEAL-
er, tn Store, Ilmtyea, Tin, 33
T W. GIRVIN,
J Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
COMMISSIOX MEUCIIAXT AXD OEX
ernl lieuler in Dry Oooil,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I,,
STEAM KxaiXKH, ItOILEllS, SVO.tlt
Mill, Cooler, Iron, lint
And Lead Castings. Machinery of everv descrinlin
mad. to order, particular attention laid to Ship's
Illacksmilhins. Job work esecutcd on tne shortest no
C H. MBBKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Number 11 Nuuanu Street.
TsiiLoiiixa or evkuy dk-
Hcriptlon ilone to order.
Men's, bo)s' and youths work. 1
Number 64 Hotel Street,
MEALS SEltrEli AT ALL
hour of the any,
U SpecUl terms for regular boarders. The only suits.
we privai. ruuns in town lor suiies.
Mrs. Leon d.Jean, Proprietress,
-p H. NORTON Co.,
Na i) Maunakea Steeet,
Horte koetny,Shoe remoeeil nnd nit kind
of MUtkmlin H arts rtone I orr.
Carrlae. DiakiniT and rcDalrinir done bv eomnctenl
worktnen. Itie beM horse'shoer In the country works
at ims place. 'OS'S'
VHATKH OF KtMVKA.
VUtort retTuiring any unuiual dU(4ay of volcanic ac
tion tu Kiudiy aire in Manaxer at icawictt ua) do
lice In fine weather. anJ from elatcii to thirteen in fouL
Plenty to eat, a rousing fire, clean LU and the bert
aiivnueUK-s on mm awaiu iuiu. j
- E. WILLIAMS,
lumarsi and Dealek in
rvKXiTVHK oytsrxmr dkhcmptios
virw VUt4ttrr anu Manufacturer.
Furniture Warerooas No. ) Fort street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
Rlenoesi 10. 4)
PISHSK'S CHAMPAGNE CIDBR
ausiNua wiu conovcteu sntiielt tv
My son, J ACOD FPtllBK, in future, as I base turned
wy .ueosivn Hi miisiHiMf
All order, should te adiiicsstsl 10 Jacob Fuacr. P. O.
Boa ilo, or No. t) LSBba street. This than, date.
iseat January i, lassa, I laa. in opBaniuuiy it laau
the paWse rVit 1W1 pilrmia. hiili.no bestowed on ase.
btsattlabae, AMKRKAM ) HAWAIIAN,
rornle i T. a THRUM'S Tan-rum Sws.
it. CAM AC HO, rtrfrliltr,
No. 6 Hotel ST.tET, IIonolilu, II. I.
ileal nl all hour; mitt the tnlile iij),tleit
irllh Ihe hel the market nffont..
'-piIOS. G. THRUM,
IktrORTINO Nll MANUPACTURIRn
sTATioxr.11, x 1:11.1 aoext, ritiXTr.it,
.And publisher ol the Saturosv Pre?, and Jnn-ai'l.
an Atmanne and Antit. Merchant street. Drsl.
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks Mmie, 'loys and Fancy
vuu, i-uis siieci. near noiei, Honolulu.
TOSEPII E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II. I.,
HEAL ESTA Ti: lllltlUEIt AXD KM PLOY
Rent Kooms, Cottage, Houses, ami sells nnd leaiea
Real Kitatelnatl part of Ihe Kingdom. Fmpto)ment
found for those seeking work In all the various branches
of business connected with these Islands. Legal ilocu
mentt drawn, Hills Collected, llools and Account kept
nnd general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. j
s W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
tmiiorter unit Comiiilniitoii Merehmil.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Wafkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrlees, Talt & Watson, Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
IktroRTER AND DEALER IN
OLASSHA HE, MElttDEX SUAE II PLA'
teit ll'nrr, llmeket, Vaie,
King's Combination Spectacle nnd E)eg!aes,
I.mtr.ll Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames Pis
tol. Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlerv. Powder. Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, alt
Kinusui .nacmnc .seeuie. womcstic taper r ashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running; Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
iISHOP & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
San Francisco, and their agents in
J lost 011,
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD k SONS, London.
The ORIENTAL BANK. CORPORATION 01
London, and their branches in
oytt it rii tint 1
And transact a general Hanking Uusines. 1
P I. NICHOLS,
No. 104LJ Port Street, Honolliu,
CIVIL EXOIXEEIt AX1 COXTJtACTOIt
For the Construction of Railroads,
Mills, Landings, Iron, Wooden and Combination
llridgcs, iaducts and Supension Rridges
for Cane Flumes. 140
CBrAMB'AUX: ClBiF.Bt MAXlB'ACTOBtV,
No. 13 Li lima Stkfkt. Honolulu.
lliif Iicakhinicoratlnir lwera!re for vile stall the
leading saloon in the city. Orders from the other
island promptly attended to. 133
AWAIIAN INVKSTMGNT ANO AGENCY
On First-class securities, for long or short period.
Apply to W. I. GHUF.N, Manager fro tern.
Office gueen Street, oier O. W. Macfarlane & Co.-8t(
-pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SF.1TING IN I1RICK.
G. ENGLING A Co.,
Xq, J Xuhahh St., Honolulu, It, A
Sole affcm. for these Islands. The beit cooliing ap
paratu fjr the Plantation, Hotel or Famil)'.
RANGES & FIXTURES uch a
MBot Water Holler,
(Brute Blars, BUe,,
Aiwa) tin tock.
Explicit directions for Mtting up accompany ccry
Circulars ami Ptita on application, 122-qr
B), K. FTFt:, B'roprletor,
Having purchased the Hotel.Strect Market, I take
pleasure 111 announcing that 1 will give the buineu my
personal attention, and hope to supply the wants of the
public of Honolulu in a sat factory manner.
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAX. IiAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TAIILF.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
PH03IPT 1IELIVKIIY 3IADE.
ORDERS TAKEN II V TELEPHONE
TriEfHONE No. 3&. iji
1UTAKEB tt COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VF.RV 11F.ST QUALITY l'aia
from A 1 Turo.
u.mgioine csienint lanus cumvaieu by us, we
can sell cheaper than others, and can guarantee planta.
lions and all emplo)ees of labor agalm.1 any failure of
4dT Orders by !Vt receive prompt attention.
C. I). MAKEE. ni.yn A. A. COURTNEY
nOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BKSII'tll V Co.,
Acenta forth. Hawaiian Islands.
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BXH'l cV Co.,
Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands. t
SCHWBIZERISCHB LLOYD RUCK VER
ilcherunf a Gstsellschalt of Wlaterthur,
, IIACKFKLD cV Co., AGS.VTS,
Capital of the Company, ,,.,, .francs 5,000,000,000
llie Agents of the above Coraiiany. for the Hawaiian
isianus, are prepared 10 insure uuuaiags, ruriuture.
icrsoMii ihi nuusia. iMiunery. SIC, uu ouEsr
and Kke Mills, and vessels in ihe harbor, against los.
or uauiage tiy rtre, oil me most uvta&Me tertas.
RITISII FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance boeaeaay. (uaattea)
TURO. It, VAI'SS, AGSXT,
The above agent has received instruction to re
duce the ratM of IttMcja-jce between Honolulu and
Ijtts In lit. Pacific, and Is now Drcoarcd to Issu Doll
rics at the Sawest rales, with a spscial reduction on
ircigns per sacaincxs.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Gssb bHuraace Coeayaay.
BISHOP & Ct., ACSXTS.
VnllmUed LUtUUy la IU4kkoldtr.
nets. ...... ,. ...(... ........... 1 ..$.aai.iM
Maswwf, ,,,,, i,i. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, tEss,easi
iNcouc roa tr)
11 .! rar.rril eft as Jaswrtlia aire
Uastriao.. ,,,,,,,,..( f.eM
Lose, ptsssauuy aJfsalw aa4 paM here.
UHMM HUUIUia IMsWEAWCS COMFANV
est Saw TMtmtf,
CASTLS COOKt, ASMXTS.
AMDURG-MAGDEDURO FIRE INSUR.
ance company 01 Hamburg-.
HuiMinu, Mercliandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Tire on Ihe most favorable terms, t
FORTUHA GENERAL 1HSURANCEC0M
pany of Dertin,
. vl SCltAXFKR A o.f ACKXrS.
The nnove Insurance lomtxtny, has eMabllttied a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agent v art autnorited to take HVt aratn.t the dangers
of the Seas at the most rentonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
RBMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCltAEFEK A O., Aftnlt.
Also agents for the
Dresden Doard of Underwriters,
Vienna Doard of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F, A. SCltAKFFK A CV., ACKXTS,
The ahot e Insurance Company hasestaUisheda Gen
eral Agency here, and the atioveidgned, General Agents,
are authorised to take UUks against the dangers of the
.Seas at the RKt reasonable tales and on the mot fa
AMBURG-BREMBN FIRE INSURANCE
. A. SCttAEFER - O., ACSXTS,
The above firm having been a pointed agents of this
coniiny are prepare 10 inure nKS against nre on
Stone and Prick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the mot favorable terms.
apply at their office.
RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFRl.D A- Cft, A&ntu
Capital and Reserve... , Rctchsmark 6,000,00a,
ineir ieinsurance companies " 101,030,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Ktands, are preimred to injure Huilding. Furniture.
Merchandise And IVoduce, Machinery, etc, a!o Sugar
and Kke MilU, and vessels in Ihe harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable term. t
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance company or Boston,
CASTLE K COOKE, AGRXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Boltele lued on the moat Favorable Term
KXAMFLK Or NON-PORFKlTfRR PLAN ,
Insured age 35 ears ordinary life plan !
1 Annual premium contlnuei Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, ta
3 Annual premiums continue Policy i yean, 7
a Annual premiums continue Pollev B vearc. a& '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyeaxs,s6 "
AfwetH, - $Vi9rOOtOOO,
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $40,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Insinranoe Co
SubnertUcd Capital - - - - $8,000,000
The a1oe Company have now etaMUhed an agency
ucrc. hiiu arc prcpareu 10 iaKe rKS on prop
erty of every description within these
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
01 new York.
IULDER & Co., AGEXTS,
Lnryrnl, Snfrl ami maul Keonomleal Life
Jntiiranee Company In the Worltt,
CASH ASSETS OVER 590,000,00a
EVis- fiiv4lie l.r.lnnnllui -am.-.-!-j l. ("
. W. IHIIin.1 1I11U1IIUIIUII VUllkSTIIIIII tlic VUIIItUilIy,
and for rales of Insurance apply to the Agent, or to
J. E. Wiseman, Solicit in.; Afient. t
ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg'.
11, HACKFRLD & Co., AGRXTS.
Capital and Reserve Keichsmark 8,830,000
tiieir Ke-lntturance Companies, " 33,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Iftlands. are ureDared to incurs ItuiMmn. Purnttursi.
.K-ivnaiiuissi easiu x louuic, .MUtiilliCI)-. (li.) RIMJ QUKr
and Kice Mills, and ewliin the Iiarhor, against io
or uamago oy nie, on inc most ia-orauie terms. 1
TT W. SEVERANCE,
316 CaLiroKNiA St., Cal., (Room No. .)
H.III'.I.1.V COX S VI. Jk COMMISSIOX
ARNOBN & Co
311 Sansomk St., Nbab CALlrosms, S. F,
OEXEItAL PVltCIIASIXO AOF.XTS AXD
Contmtlan Merehmil. 1
pRANK H. AUSTIN Ac Co.,
Orrtca No. aoCALtroaNiA Stt, S. F.,
C03IM1SSIOX AtlEXTS Jt roItllAHD-
Consisnments from the Hawaiian (stands tlcslred.
The Lest prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
HARLBS BREWER ft Co.
a Kimv Sikt, IIostoh,
AOEXTS OP 11AWAIIAX PACKETS,
Oetteriil Commhtlon Agent.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods for
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rale. 1
PIANOS AMD ORGANS!
10,000 Tianosi 1,000 Organs;, save half; buy of lh
manufacturers : from $, 10 S1000; cash, rent,
or installments ; catalogue free.
A NTISELL, corner Market and Powell, San Fran
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and ndniog companies and gcn
era Commission Merchant. Insurance'lflectcd in
good companies at lowest rates.
O0e 403 front Street, San fraud,, Cal.
OOTOM TYPE rOUlTOESU.
Tt. Urieel arsl only complete T-pe Foundry and
I'rtnter, warenouse on lite racinc Lxasi,
eoj and s7 Lcldesdorff and
aa, Commwdal streets,
SAN FRANCISCO. CM.
We Veep on hand the largest slock of American Fancy
'I ype ever kept on llna coaa, together wuh a
most complete uotk of Milker et Rich
aieTa Scotch Type and can
furiush, at short notke,
Aatftklac las aV PlUU' lfaatt,
froca a Bodkin to a Cylinder Press. We have a large
stock of new and second hand Priniina PrMses of
all masts aod sis.. Wa are sole agenu tut
CambLeU'. Cylinder Presses, Cornell and
Uatcotk Presses! al Peexlew, Clip.
par, jewel, tiurioa and Wash
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Baxter steam epguies, which are iuat the thug lor
printers, Tuerk Wale. Maters, Gem Paper Cutters,
aadafuU line of Isanturn't beokliades.'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
end Peerku. Priatwg Inks are ron.idersd the best in
use. Mate yoti used our feriestijo pLuest
They tat. edstorisl work aod coaspuei-
' lioo, and UHeeSete save nosey.
ttTStSD FOR OUR CATALOGUE
RaMausaa-No house on thia coast caa cueapeie with
tts iat stuaJeHr 04 Aooda.
TRUSSES I TRUSSES!
TRUSSES TRUSSES TRUSSES.
MOHISTER ck OO.
I lave Juti received a large Invoice of
The) Col.brmtod CUttlold Tmaevasi
DISICT F0M Tll rACTO.V.
WE HAVE SPECIAL FACILITIES
For AtUtutlast. TrsstsMt).
Cor, Fort and Merchant streett and 59 Nuuanu street
M. CARTER & CO.
s. M. CARTaR,
S. r. CRAHAM.
No. 82 Ktac Strtswt, HoBolnln,
RETAIL DKALEK5 IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED.
We would tiotifv the Duhlie. an.l hntttLtMr Iti nar.
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
to suit purchasers and at lowest rates, fuel, at follows i
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths ;
n.S. W. NEWCASTLE COAL,
SCOTCH COAL, and the
CELEBRATED WELLINGTON MINE,
DEPARTURE DAY COAL,
The above can be ordered bv Telenhon. or ntherwl...
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. 301
WE ALSO kIP IK STOCK
HAY. OATS California and New Zealand ;
IIARLEY-Whole and ground J
WHEAT, CORN-Whol. and cracked ;
.IRAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order ihe aUe through Telephone No. 305,
AND V.E WAIRANT
Quick DwllTtsrw sued Fe.Il Wstisjkt.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City.
SUmtwto, No, 88 Klac SiMeH.
TautrHONi No. 305. 13)
T UBRICATINO OILS.
Lubricating Oils. V
We desire jo call attention to the fine stock of OILS
wKlf h WA M ItStf fMI ta.nrf hwuJ.ln.
Ihe following I '
Lard Oil, In barrels and case ;
Cylinder oil, In barrels and In case ;
Castor oil, (two qualities.) In cases ;
Paraffins oil, in barrel ;
A cheap article for light-running machinery, and, for
most uses, fully equal to Ihe more expensive oils.
wa also tsaar in stock
SKIDGATE Oil, In cases.,
Tliis oil Is made from shark's livers, and U fully equal
to bud, and I much cheaper
DARK LUBRICATING OIL, In barrels;
Just the thing for Sugar Mills, Can. Carriers aod Cart,
or any slow atoving aiacMnery, and at half the
price of the eapewlve oif. now In use.
In addition to above, we keep
Kerosene Oil Downer, Noonday, Ltteiral,
Neatt-rout Oil, boiled and raw)
Linseed Od, in quantities to Hilt,
And of ihe leu qualities. Abo, coruiaolly on hand,
In oil and dry, and If A lie Lead einsl aWie, of
dinercnl qualities. J nit received
Juit ins thing to eel Hllo giass.
PLOWS AND AORftULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every deecriptloe, used on a Plantation.
FENCE WIRE AND HARDWARE of all kind
constantly on band and for tale cheap by
k. a aVAix worn,
ll If Cor, King aod Fort streets, Honulsdsv
A COMfOKTAILB HOUB I
The under slgwd hat recently itted tip
In elegant style, the large roomy CoUMe finTtsjIa; tat!
longing 10 the leaeau estate, oa Naeaasi ajae, '
befead Itse.Cnmeswri.l Hotel itniliii,
asWC UM BSWtMM flaf CeSft'slksStsMtkae7a
Tlu name of this pie, tail retreat le the "WHItB
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACMV
fcaa masjByaaeraerafaaOSaeS SaetleaaW -- - - aw
sssesssal eastetjaaesssssssjatjawaei easesssa. rsMBSSSB sfSSgsS
MR4L . T. WNITS.