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VOLUME III, NUMBER
A Newspaper PuMI.hu! Weekly.
isuw srmirnoij $5.00 1 im n .mlhl
$6 54 to $7 50, aornrdi.g to their destination.
.s.i.v ritAXVtsco letter.
Kiiitor Saturday I'rkw 5r May,
with u, U the month for rioiics, flowers, cs
curslont anil jaunu Into the country. The
fielils are lwrtulifioil vsith varied cotoiol wild
flowers, the garden are In their greatest love
lines, ami the merry month is this year even
more charming than usual, owing to the most
opportune rains which have lately arrived, ex
actly as desired fur lawns, freh Imdiling
Inishes, fruit trees, ami rally tlovvcrs. Roses
In California, though world-renowned for sire
and ilcpth of color, do not ecel your produc
tions in that line, save that ours are more last
ing, for, while yours are buds at bicaWast, full
bloom at night and In pieces at daylight, ours,
without any unusual wind, remain presentable
several days j but what base wo to match your
stcphanotis, plumalra and other kindred plants ?
Though, if possible, our magnolia trees lcar,
finer nnd lirgcr blossoms probably from hav
ing greater age.
While the " rulnrbs " arc washed clear of
dust, the city remains but little charged, mer
chants seem hopeful of satisfactory business this
season, country orders arrive with evidences of
prompt payment! and the promise of a good
year remains no longer doubtful.
Reports fiom )our kingdom arc satisfactory
as to continued activity in business, but it
seems as though some disturbing element were
liounil to bring you and your interests before
the world in some unpleasant manner : the
proposed abrogation of the treaty, the ridicu
lous display and cxjicnsc of coronation, leprosy
and now the Chinese invasion. What next
may be your trouble It is not fair to prognosti
cate. What you are to do with so many l
)ond your needs, In the way of these too nu
merous people is evidently a problem to your
selves; ami, to those who have no Intelligent
knowledge of the capacity of the islands, it
seems as though the residents and the natives
generally were to lie displaced by a people who
have lcen compared to locusts in their num
Iwrs and effect.
As a rule, the Chinese merchants of Hawaii
seem a different class from those met here, in
point of intelligence, knowledge of other lan
guages, antl general willingness to adapt them
selves to their surroundings. With you, the
Chinese own houses and lands, not only for
profit but with an evident intention of becom
ing permanent and naturalitcd residents, ming
ling to some extent in society and adopting
your ways of transacting business all of which
Is so different from what is seen here, that the
public mind Is wrought up to the impression
that as a class they must be disagreeable in any
cscnt and a curse to any country- This I be
lieve your people would be slow to admit, pro
vided the supply of Chinese lalxjr be limited
by the demand. Kliminate the Chinese from
your Islands and what branch of trade would
not suffer? Ask your hardware and lumber
firms what proportion of their business is de
pendent un the Chinese patronage. Ask the
dealer in rice who controls the production of
this article of food. Ask also if the average
Chinese merchant s note is not as good as that
of the average foreigner or native and as
promptly met, and then you may understand
why these people have been gladly received by
you heretofore. Hut if six thcusand, poured
in upon )ou almost simultaneously, do not
give you a sufficiency perhaps the old scheme
of importing a million and charging a per capi
tal tax of five dollars might be revived.
Your annexation clement is probably prick
Ing up its cars aliout this new disturbing ele
ment, liut I believe it is commonly understood
by this time that the people of the United
States do not care to absorb your islands, but
on the other hand do not intend any other
nation shall, which seems wrfcctly satisfactory
to a majority of the parties in interest. Kscry
thing ought to move on smoothly and prosper
ously, if King Kalakaua might lie made to
realise that he cannot vie with the crowned
heads of Eurotie and elsewhere in courtly reti
nue, expense, and needless display; Out he
gets neither homage nor respect for it either at
home or abroaj ; that, to far as he is a true
friend to his country and his finances, he will
lie icipectcd and supported, and any deviation
from this pbinly milked outline of conduct is
a drprtuic which will ceitainly lead to a de
pletion of all his friends and followers.
How about your loan placed upon this mar
ket ? Why cannot your heads of finance realite
that plenty of money can be obtained at your
'own door and through usual channels if only a
conservative and safe policy is adapted, such as
Induces confidence the same rule holding
good everywhere? Capital Is sensitive and
cosily alarmed, goes quickly to high figures
and soon hides Itself for self-protection. Hut
given a wive and judicious administration, a
business-like prudence and withal plenty of
gooj common sense, and no loan need ever
seek pastures new but could be quickly ab
sorbed not many miles from your own Mer
chant street, and on favorable terms. The
foregoing opinion ts from the lips of one thor
oughly posted In your situation, with Interests
second to none In your count iy, and should has c
weight with your sovereign, if he has the sin
cere aloha for Hawaii nei which his words Im
ply, Our papers are much exercised, now over
the effect of change of base by the Central
Pacific Railroad Comrnny, In that they ate
very perceptibly transfcring shipments from
the northern to the southern route, as was fore
shadowed some little time since, and as deten
tion of goods In house will thereby affect our
merchants, it Is to your interest to know It.
Though contradicted by railroad people, it is
nevertheless apparent that the scheme Is to
"slide out" of the central and unite force In
the less expensive and more popular route of
the southern, the latter route being more often
chosen by )Our residents than the former, ts
some evidence of it popularity.
IVparatioos for the Knight Templar page
ant still progress, and antagonistic clement
ore about reconciled, hotels have agreed to
accooimojste at usual rates, merchants have
subnet ibed liberally, the fifty thousand dollars
seeded U all arranged for and If ten thousand
people come, spending on on average what
traveler cipect to disburse dolly, the amount
of capital floated will I no Inconsiderable
assistance in out impoverished commonwealth.
The Thomas Orchestra It now en route, and
ail umtgesBMiti ore stoJc for a grand boom,
Hasl taougb. you have the good llcrgtr and his
HovriMin ttud, let U any of your (over of
nrinif svsseuU core to beat a satiety, 1 do not
Mjr of taut atuttc, Uk trip hilherwird would
In view of the proposed Invading ol ostr
coast by I Eastern visitors, our railroads have
advanced the fares, intending doubtless to
make hay while the sun shines" ami though
this advance is not more than two tier cent
per capita, In the aggregate it will amount to
considerable. San Francisco might be a subur
ban village for all the news one could find just
now; Kittles, musicalw, dinners and amuse
ments always obtain in a targe city but little
of interest for sour good people. Theaters
just now arc handicapped by the attraction of
McOalls Opera Company at the California.
tt is a large, perfectly trained company, lieauti-
fully costumed, and the principals tine and
well-known singers, and the result would
naturally be a phasing one; but when, as In
this case, the combination has lx.cn singing
together for months, the effect is iierfectlon,
and the performance of " The fJrecn t.nce
Handkerchiefs" has drawn crowded houses
every night. One of the principal characters,
whether from accident or design, Is made up to
icscmuic my old rriend, Charles Warren
Stoddard, and while the resemblance is strik
ing, many ieculiarities of speech nnd manner
are wonderfully like, to the amusement and
delight of many of his old Itohcmlan acquain
tance in tins berg. .Minstrels' Hall, led by
Emerson, has continual good attendance.
Tivoli presents "Merry Wives of Windsor"
In m-... It-!-.--.-- . .
in i... miner warucn nas a new piece
" Uncle Tom's Cabin." Ilaldsvin opened the
other day vv ith a catch piece, and llush-Strcct is
"starred' by traveling companies; you pay
your money and you have your choice.
Modjeska commences at the Ilaldsvin soon.
i ickets lor the opera night arc all soM. The
principal attraction proliably of the first ap
pearance being that this lady received her first
marked encouragement here and was after
wards indorsed everywhere so we havcsoit
ofadopteslhcr and feci an unusual interest in
Many of your Island people arc patronizing
the boarding houses now Instead of the hotels,
so if we wish to call it is a matter of conjecture
where they may lie found. Would it not be well
to drop a few cards to those likely to call, and
thereby announce their arrival if perchance the
newspapers were not examined?
San Francisco, May 4, iSSj.
the xotarlk ui:ai.
The following is taken chiefly from Frank
l.cslic's Illustrated Newspaper:
In New Vork City, Samuel Wallin, an
artist, aged 71.
At Hartford, Connecticut, Dr. George II.
Haw Icy, aged 72.
In New York, Philander Hanford, an old
merchant, aged S4.
At Philadelphia, Penns)ivanla, Oliver P.
Cornman, aged 70.
At Columbia, South Carolina, Dr. L n.
Turnipsecd, aged 54.
In London, England, Rev. William O'Neil,
(Ilaron O'Neil), aged 7a
At Rochester, New York, Rosnell Hart,
cx-congrcssman, aged 59.
At Tarrytown, New York, W. It. Hatch, a
New York City banker.
At Vienna, Austria, Archduchess .Maria,
sistcr-in-lavv of the emperor.
At Nice, I-ranee, C. Ilurdi, a Chicago
merchant, aged 6S.
At Randolph, Massachusetts, Seth Turner,
a prominent Huston banker, aged 62.
At Norwalk, Connecticut, George R. Choi
well, a New York merchant, aged 63.
At Ann Arlior, Michigan, Prof. II. N.
Crocker of Michigan University, aged 65.
In London, England, Dr. William Farr, an
eminent statistician, aged 75.
At Piedmont, near Oakland, California,
Col. Jacks Hap, the notes! Texan ranger.
At Philadelphia, George II. Kirkham, a
wealthy and philanthropic citizen, agcil 62.
At Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mark Wil
cox, a prominent and liberal Catholic, agcil 69.
At South Washington, District ol Columbia,
Rev. Alfred Hohncad, Episcopalian, aged 73
At Gross Villiagc, Michigan, Gen. Ralph
Ely, ex-auditor general of Michigan, aged 62.
At llrooklyn. New York, Rev. A. II. Par
tridge, D. D., a prominent Episcopalian, aged
In Scotland, Rev. G. R. Mackarncss, a
Ilishop of the Scotch Episcopal Church, aged
At MIddletown, Connecticut, Col. J. Hum
ham, formerly postmaster of Hartford, agesl
At Morristown, New Jersey, Major James
W, Curyley, engineer corps, United Slates
Army, agesl 40.
At Decatur, Alabama, Judge C. II. Law
rence, formerly Chief Justice of the Illinois
Supreme Court, agesl 62.
At Columbia, South Carolina, Rev. Ccorge
Howe, D.D., president of the Southern Pres
byterian Theological Seminary, aged 81,
It San Francisco, Henry llrickwedcl, re
cently auditor of the dty, formerly supervisor,
for many years one of the most prominent
liquor merchants in the city, and always
esteemed as an honest imblic servant and good
cititcn. He visited these islands in company
with Mr, Claus Sprcckcls, about two yean
Mr, Samuel Plimsoll, who has rendered such
valuable services to seamen In the Urillvh Par
liament, Is to be presented, in recognition
thereof, by the teamen of New South Wales,
with a solid silver model of a thrce-inastesl
vessel, weighing forty-five ounce.
St. PctcrsburR is to be tijoriinl with a cot
osul lUtue of Pouschkin, in eilvanlicsl line,
on a pcslcsUl of liladt rrurtle. It will I
pUcol in ihe suture at the cm! of the street
that, tear the iiocl' name. The scultitor is
Ihe distinguished artist Orxloutchine.
There is a dirk led line on the malting of
the I louse of Commons about a jucc from the
benches. It was originally Intctvlcd to prevent
member drawing their (words on each other,
and it is lo-Jsy considcrcU out of order for a
member, when debating, to outstep it by more
than si inches.
The sum of five thousand dollars which
might probabl) be multiplied ten times has
been offered by Monsieur Paul to the French
AcaJemy of Medicine, to found a priic for the
discovery of a cuic for diptheria, the competl
lion to be open to the world, and not confines!
to the medical circle.
Mr, Sssiabume ha written a poem on the
death of Rktaid Wsgucr.
HONOLULU, I-I. I., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1883.
X7ILLIAM O. SMITH,
AITOIIXKY AT I.A II,
8j Mew HANT StRRRT, HomttLl,
AIT R. CASTLE,
.1 mi it. vt: r.i t law,
An.! Notary Public Annuls ill the Courts of the
M FortStrret. Hosuifii, 1
ATTORXKY .' COUXSV.LHIR AT LAW,
J ATTORXKY AT LAW,
No. 41 Merchant Street, tlorsotuu, II. I.
us-jm Nest door In K. F. Ilickerton'l law office.)
TV'S. CUMMINCS A MARTIN
Ofricn wmi Four and Heretania Sts..
surukoxs axii iiinuKi'.tTiita nil'.
Office I louts Until 9 A.M., ami from i-j and t): jo-S r. M.
TNO. A. ItASSINCEK,
Interior Orrici, IlosoiiLii,
AIIKXT TO TAKK ACRXOWLEIXIK.
menta to Cnutntct for .nfmr. 3
TNO. S. Me GREW, M. D.
rnvsiciAX i,i, 1 siriidKox,
Hotel MrMt, between Fort and AUVeA streets.
From 7 to to a. m ; t to 4, and 6 10 S p. m.
o-" Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
IIONOIVLV, OSIII', II. tl,
xota nr ririii.tv axii voMMissiuxKii
For ihe Stales of Calif.xnia and New Votk. OlTice
I the Itank of Ilishop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
ItoNOLl'Ll', II. I.,
AltKXT TO TAKK AUKXOWI.KIHiK.
menlt In Contract tn Ijtlmr.
Office l Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, F.sptanaJe. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
IIONOLI-LV, II. I.,
nnxTAi, iioom.s ox ronr xtiikkt.
Office In Ilrewer's lllock, corner Hote and Foil
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. I
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
I'lir.sicr.tx axii mruaunx,
TruriiosB Number 147.
Office hours from 8K to 10K a. m.J lH to 3S p. m.
Office and residence number s, Kulctil street,
comer Fort street.
-p A. DH LA NUX
svttrKroit Axr virit. r.xoiXKiut,
AdJress, HONOLULU Post-office. i6.6m'
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fobt Street,
Importer mill Denlerm In iill'khiiU nf
Mnntr tlontta, Vittivy lntnlnt
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror I'lates. Picture Frames aiul Cnrnim m.i.! in
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
General Jf errant He ami Commlaton Attent
Qlkks Strbkt, Honolvlu.
OrllCrrt-P. C Tones. If.. tiniilnf tmrl minsiTHi
loseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
rions. inarics k. llisnotiana II. A. r. uarter; Henry
May, auditor. ,j8
JOHN T. WATBRHOUSE,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.,
IMVOHTKl: AXII DKAJ.KIt J.V OK.V
rmt Merrlmnillae, i
Ship Carpenter, Spar Maker ami Caulker
No. oQueey SteeetOcIow Honolulu Iron Works)
P T. LENBHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMI'OIITKIIS AXlt' COMMIHSIOX MKIt-
1UTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
r'ASIHOXAJILK JUtKSH AXII CLOAK.
M. G. IRWIN A Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
.Siro. tit FACTOIIS AXII COMMISSIOX
CUUSSrSECKCU. I WH. C.IRUIN.
T-slLLINGHAM A Co.
No. j; Foet Street, Honolulu,
IMVOKTKUS A Xl lIKAl.KltS IX II A III)-
tcarr, Cutlery, Tool;
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. t
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I, ,
Sltlf CIIAXIU.KIM AXII COMMISSIOX
Agents for Brand's Guns and Uorub Lances and Per
ry Davit' Pain Killer.
T AINE & Co.
HOKOLULU, H. I.
COMMISSIOX MKItCIIAXTS IMVOH
tera nml Healer In
Hay, Grain and General Iroducc.
TT B. MdNTYRB BROTHER,
Co. Kino and Foet Srs., Honolulu,
uitttcr.HY axii mt:n htoiik.
HACKFBLD ft Co.
Queen Steeet, Honolulu, II. L,
or.xr.itAi. coMMissiox aokxts.
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGBR & Co.
Hokolllu. Oaiiv, II. I.,
IMVOItTKItS AXII COMMISSIOX MKIt-
P A. SCHAEFBR A Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMVOHTKUS AXII COMMISSIOX MKIt
COE. FottT AND OUEKN STL. llONflLLLr.
LVMIirit, I'AIXT.i, OILS, XA1I.S,
OH.I HalUUna Material of retry klml.
P P. ADAMS,
Queey Sheet, Honolciv,
.1 1'CTIOXKKH A XII COMMISSIOX MKIt'
A S- CLEGHORN A Cn.
IstrOETEES AND I)EAUES IN
OKXNKA L MKItCIIAXIIISK,
Comer Qufu ud Kaahvunaaa StrMls, Hwaolulu.
DOLLBS ft Co.
QtEEX StSEET, HOMOllLU, II, I.,
HUir CIIAXtiLKHS AXlt COMMISSIOX
ImfurtersaaJ Dealers la Oeperal MtrsJiaadiM, I
IOJ DsESTaNU Steest,
IXMI-HCTOH Of KI(1HT AXII
Orders can U left u tU I'vika SuiLm.
CIJM-JC.VrjCN tsatJ HVILDKU.
All lUJi 0 ftUii( isiair4ly slteadej to.
TsUvhoo. Ny. iso, Hsiaouou's EsprsM OJSca.
S. GR1NBAUM & Co.
Ma Kim's llincK, ttirit SrttKT,
IJII'IIIITi:il.lAXI WIIUt.KSAt.K IIKAI
rrn Ih lUnwtl Jlrrrlutnttlir. t
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
M CAlltWlMtSr 1 SN FftANCIKO,
romr.uthixa .i.vii coMMtssiax
Special hcilitlc tot anil naitlcuUr attention paid to
ixMnignmcma m iiarhi prouuee
No. 111 Fout Strekt, HovolvlI',
ir.i Ten ma itr.it, .n:n-t:i.i:it, r.xan.t-
rrr, ttir IHmnnnit Setter,
All orders faithfully executed. 31
J AWRENCH & I'RBBTH,
Plans and Ksllrtutes furnished for Wotlii of Con-
-.tiuiiii'ii. i.,.u i.iiuiiiccMHic mm ourTCin). lnice,
comer of lUlckauwiU and kllauea streets, next door
to VV ulemann s tffick warehouse.
P. O. lloi 101. 1 ,6-tv-
No. 114 Four St., orrostrit Pantheon Stables,
hoot ax 11 snor.MA hi: it. nourn axu
Shoe tnmtr In ortler.
Of bet material at reasonable prices, ami fol cash, t
TJOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
imuaaiHTs AXII TOIIACCOXISTH.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I. 1
No. iS Nuuanu Smrrr, Honolulu, II. I.,
I'rttclleitl I'liimliem, On niter anil Cop
Particular attention paid to ihe fitting up of the
jniiiiiciu imi .imiiunc.
HotrlStrrrt, Hovolulu, H, I
Menler In i.iultf ami (Irnttemm'n Shot
Try my store, after one transaction -ou will be wire
to comei axain. Kcpairiiig done to ortfer. Formerly of
an 1 ranciscp.
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4 Mkkcmant Strfkt, Homolvlt, If, I.,
(oppositk sailor's HOME.)
cr.sro.if noor axi
(ood work ; low prices,
neu and dUpatcd.
Repairing done with neat-
P H. OEDING,
llxjtrr antl Drayman,
Freight, Package, and lUeKaRe delivered to and from
all part of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THK TURPOSE.
letephone 136 ; residence m$$ PunchboMl street.
OiVice 86 King- street. io6-tf
OEE HOPP & Co,
37 Maunakea street,
Carpenter amt Furniture Dealer,
Houses built and the rrtmrini? of houvt aiifnilnl in
Terms moderate. itiiv
PHILLIPS ft Co.
! iriioletale llenler In Clothlna, Hoot,
Shoes, Hals, Mens't Furaishin;:" Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumauu street.
Diseases of Hones and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical and scientific manner.
DISEASES OF TIIR HOOP A SPECIALTY.
Residence 8$ Fort street, Honolulu, sshere all orders
icii win receive rxomt attention. $-qr
p F. WOLFE
Honolulu, II. I.,
aiiocEitr, feeii axii ritori.siox
would like neauiol lanulies, boarding house keepers
and others to know that he at atl times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
delivered in any part of (he city or suburbs. Number
109 King Street, between Alakea and Fort Sts. si -6m
AI7-ILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Established in 1870.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
v.orporauon atocits, uonas ana similar
securities bought and sold 00
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I., October ist,
-ASTLE ft COOKE,
No. 80, King Street, Honolulu, II, I.
Shlpplna mul Commtlon Merchant,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hiichcock & Cotnrany's Plantation.
the Alexander & llaldwtn Plantation.
K. Halsiead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M, Alesander, Haiku. Maul.
Ilia Haiku Sugar Company.
The KohalaAugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston,
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and Sao Francisco
Dr. Jaynes ft Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox ft Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing Machines, i-o
fMIARLES T. GULICK,
Acent to take Acknowledgments to Lasox
GENERAL HUSINESS AGENT.
Office tn Macke.'a Block al corner Queen and Kaahu.
manu streets, Honolulu. a.y
M King Street,
rlii, Copper., anil Sheet Iron Worker,
Plumbing, gas fining and all work In my line promptly
attended to. Terms moderate.
Remember Ihe address, opposite llw IVdict Station,
M King street. 1094m
J. LEVEY ft CO.,
HAeufe a Kit Retail 0 rarer,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
ved regularly from Euros and America which
mi vm sou as tne sowest market rates.
txwls delivered 10 any pail of ihe cily free of charge.
Island ordrrs sulicued and prompt attention will he
given to the same. Ila.iy
ONG LBONG ft CO.,
Kuvanu Street, Cos. Marine.
Aw-I' fw Moanul Suyar, I'alama Hie
And Kailua KIc ItuiUlioo and MuX llliy
-nil BO, II. DAV1ES ft Co.,
(I.atr Ianion, Green ft Ca)
IMPORTER, COMMISSIOX MKRCHAX1
antl Auent for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foraia-n Marina Insurant. rAmnaa
And Northern Assurance Company, ,
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co,
IsiroBTEEs and DaAlias in
noor, mhoks, rVHXisHtxa aootia,
lint; Cap, Trunk; ralf.ee,
PcKuavers-and &as- Wallkam Walrh.. STM 1...
elry, etc, cor, U Fort amd Merckaat sUswta, Hass
iula, II, I, 1
ITAILUKU POI FACTORY,
VYauuav. Uaei, II. I.,
Rett QuhIIIm tfmlmt MlnufnciunA Cess
ntiu, AD orvUrs rUleJ vntk duntvub.
N King street,
lltnlrr Krrrit llffrli'llnit nf lloi
Ladles am) Cents' Fine Wear a Specialty.
No. t) Merchant Street, Honolulu, II I.,
illne from fVrnife, Knffliimlt
German)' and the United States. t
tiSANti sir) California Street, S. F.,
I'articulsr attention paid to Riling and shipping Is
and orders. 1
T WILLIAMS & Co.
im and 104 Fort Street,
J'llOTOfllUI'IHO A HT1STS.
Pictures of alt sles and kinds made to ortler. and
names cf all descriptions constantly on hand. Also
S-l-nus, Shell, ami UurioMtiee ot Ihe 1'aciric.
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
llONOLULt', It, I,,
DntterM in Lumber nnd alt Khuts nf llutUU
(,( Jtntrrtalit, faint, Oil, .Vfiffa, rfr.,
Agent of fKhooners
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kckauluohl, Mary Ellen,
a Utlama, Pauaht and Leahl.
At Kobinon' Wharf. i
YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer anil Commllon Merchant,
Hkavee IIlock, Queen Strte, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise, j I, L)-ons,
h-t ( L. J. lsey.
"HE GERMANIA MARKET. ,
Honolulu, II. I.
Ileef, Veal, Mnltnn, IaiiiiIi, I'otillry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Fork
ruusages. Ilolocnas. etc. always on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up in Eastern sts le. All orders
raUMulIy attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
CI. KAUI'I', l'roprietor.
PD. C. ROWE,
HOUSE anil SIOX rAIXTKIt,
PArEE Hanger, etc.,
07 King street, Honolulu.
&4 King street,
t And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formerly ol San Francisco, California.) 50
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(Successors to Lewers & Dickson,)
IMPORTERS AXII HEALERS IX' IATM
her and all ktml ofllulliltng Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. 1
HALL ft SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets,
IMVOItTEHS, DKALKUH IX ItAIUU
ware, Dry flood, Vaint,
Oils and General Merchandise. i
W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
LEATHER, It HIES, TALLOW, AXII
Affenta for ihe Rni'al &vin (TnmnAnv. Kn rS,,n
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9
ei C. COLEMAN,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
MLACKSMITH, MACHIXIST, CAR.
rlage Work, llorte Shoeing,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shon on Klnsr street.
. ... r..tla o. r-.uLa-l
No. S Kaahrunanu street,
Tin, Copper amd Shtssst Iron 'Worker,
MUVtS A.-Sll KAIsUEb,
of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
T M. OAT ft Co.
Honolulu, II, I.,"
SAIL-MAKERS. I'LAOS OF ALL HE.
crlplloH tnaileamt repaired.
holt in A. F. Cooke's new fire proof building, foot of
Nuuanu Street. S
Honolulu, II. I,
I'lOXEEIt STEAM CAXDY MAXUFAC
tory and Rakery.
Practical Confectioner Pastry Cook and Raker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
f BNGL1NG ft Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TIXSMITIIS AXIi PLUMRERS, DEAL,
era in Stove, Range; Tin, 3a
T W. OIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maui, H, I.,
COMMISSIOX MERCIIAXT AXIi HK.V-
ri-al Heater In Dry Qood;
Groceries. Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, 11. 1.,
STEAM KXaiXES, ROILKHS, SVtlAR
Mill, Cooler, Iron, Jtrrsee
And Lead Castings. Machinery of every descriptin
made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's
ItUcksmithing. Job work executed on the shortest no
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Nvuree 11 Nuuanu Street.
TAILORISO OF EVERY J)E
scrlptloH done to ortler.
Men's, bovs' and yosuhs' wur k, 1
Numsee 64 Hotel Street,
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
hours of the ilay,
R Special terms foe regular boarders. The only suits
prirals room in town foe Ladies.
Mrs. Leon dejeau, Proprietress.
No. I) Maunakea Street,
Hor kolng,Skoe removed and all hind
of WekmtO Work don to order.
Carriage making and repairing; done by competent
wx-rkawn. The best bens-thoer in the country works
at this place. I0j-jr
CRATKH Or KMLAVKA,
Visitors reoulring any unusual display of volcanic Sti
lton will Undlv eiv. lb. Manajrer at Uasx Ian rlavs u.
tk. in fin. weather, and frum eleven So tbirtesus in fusiL
is w, sum WV.4IWT, anu srusw ,ifnn I. 1B1TTS.SS sa SUSIL.
!Unl- to eat, a rousin jr fir., dean bssd s, and sh. bea
attendasoi ou Ih. Hawaiian Islands. 3
" H. WILLIAMS,
lurokTsa and Deaise in
rumxiruRK orttrmmr ottcmirTiox
Al Vptfllertr nnd Manufacturer.
faraiiur. Warenxaas No. sea Feet street. Wutk.
shop al old stand on llosel Surest. All orders cs-omuly
tlandrfso. r 4 '
piSHIRS CHAHPAGNB CIDBR
ausiNEsa will as conllctso iktiielv RV
My son, JACOB FISIIKK, la future, as I have turned
my tutealioa 10 triculiura.
All orders should be ad.li rsted to Jacob llskar, P. O.
Boa ito, or No- 11 Urka atrs-at. This ckaoge dates
irsass jansvary i, ss-a 1 sa. ssus osponisByMy so inane
the pibuc fue taaie riauortaie ailWso tssstesred oa ase,
and sassds a conlmwance 0 she aaas. 10 asy ssjp Jacob,
ijl-ias ISRAEL fllin.
UmviliuM, AMERICAN -U-ti HAWAIIAN.
M CAMACItO, J'refriiltr,
Nets HoTfL StREKT, HONOLULU, II. I.
Jfrrrfe .i nil h ...! ijl. ,..!., ,...
f ' " "i'' prii
irirft fir rfflf tt tmtrkrt ttffnnti,
"pHOS. O. THRUM,
iMfORTINO ASH MANtrACTlritlNd
sT.irwxNN, xkhs star.XT, rutxri:nt
And publiUiet of the SATtmnAV Pit Ma. nnd .trca
sum.itAt ,t.i n.u. Merchant atreet. Deal
cr in r
er In Fine Stalionerv', lloils, Music, Tors and Fancr
Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
ItONOLUll, II. I.,
ltKA I. ESTATE mtOKEll AXII KM I'l.tlY.
Rents Rooms, Collages, lloues, and sells and lenses
Real Ksiale In all tiarlsof th. Klninlnm. S'hk.U. M.n,
found foe thox seeking work In all the various Uanches
of business connected ith these I stands. I.ef:al docu
ments slrawn. Hills Collected, Itookt and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted. I'lrciue tnhcileil.
Commissions moderate. -i
Q. W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
Cor, Foet and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
Importer nml Cnmuilloii Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
l?l",Hr Co.' Liverpool Line of Packets
The Waikapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, HIlo
llakalau Plantation. Illln
MJrI'' 7'L Wation. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
IttrOETEE ano Deai fe in
r.Assir.titi:,Mi:itiiEX sit.vEit ri.A.
te,l ll'iirr, llraeket, Vac,
King's Combinaiion Spectacles and F.jrgtasses,
istral VV ire Ware. Kanrv .,mm tir,i,r. SV. n.. t..
lols, VV ostenholni s Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunillon, lUrLs Spool Col ton, Machine Oil, all
mnus 01 .n.icnine .teeaies. "Ilomestic 1'aper Fasluunv
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
Ma 44 Fort street Honolulu.
ISIIOP ft Co.
Honolulu. H. I.,
Draw Exchange onlhe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents iu
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD SONS, London.
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 01
London, and their branches in
And transact a general Hanking Rusiness. 1
P I. NICHOLS,
No. 104X Foet Street, Honolulu,
CIVIL EXOIXEER AXIi COXTJtACTOR
For the Construction of Railroads,
Mills, landings, Iron, Wooden and Combination
ltridges, iaducts and Supension Bridges
for Cane Flumes. 140
CHAMI'AOXK CIDER MAXUFACTORY,
rso. 13 LiLtiiA Street, Honolulu.
This health-invigorating beveraee is for sale al all the
leading saloons in the city. Orders from the bther
isianqs promptly attended Itx 133
INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
On First-class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W. U GREEN, Manager fn Hi.
Office Oucen Street, over G. W, Macfarlane & Co.-,3tf
THE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SUITING IN IIRICK.
G. JSNGLING A Co.,
AV. S.Vuhh St., IteHDlulu,!!. I.
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus for the Plantation, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Holler,
Oral Ilara, Etc.,
Alwas in stock.
Explicit directions for setting up accompany every
Circulars ami 'rices oil afficatioit, m-qr
II. K, VYl'E, l'roprietor.
Having purchased the Hotel-Street Market, I lake
pleasure in announcing that I will give ihe business my
personal attention, and hope to supply the wants of Ihe
public of Honolulu in a satisfactory manner,
BEET, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ALWAYS ON I1ANU.
l'ROMVT 1IELIVERY MAliE.
ORDERS TAKEN BY TELEPHONE
TELErilONK, No. 136, 131
TUf AKEB ft COURTNEY,
We manufacture the VERY REST QUALITY Pala
from A I Taro.
Owing to the estent of lands cultivated by us, vs.
can sell cheaper than others, and can guarantee planta
tions and all employees of labor against any failure of
fir Orders by Post receive prompt attention.
C. B. MAKEE. iii.tnt A. A. COURTNEY
DOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C. VREIVEK O Ct.,
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. RKEWEK V C.
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands. 1
SCHWBIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs GetclUchaft of Wlnterthur,
It. ttACKFELD .V C., AGB.VTS. '
Capital of ih. Company , .francs 3,000,000,000
Th. Agents of ih. above Company, fue lU Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Buddings, Furniture,
Mcrchandis. and i'mduce. Machinery, etc, als? hugar
and Kk Mills, aud vesxU In ih. harbor, against loss
or damage by tire, on ih. most favorable leruu. 1
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
anc. Company, (Limited)
TIIEO, II, DAI'ES, AGS.Vr.
Itve atcw. agent hat received Inttroctront ta rs
due th. rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Puet In lb. Pacific, and is now prepared 10 issue poll
tie at th. lowest rales, with a ipetiAl reduction on
freight per ttcaiaces. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe lavsuraaca Company.
BISHOP if C ACSXTS.
Unlimited LiMtillly (a MlikkMtr.
Aaeete. , - , ,l3i.ajtv,M.
RssstsTie..-, .- - .-., , 1 essysv,st.
Ncoua roa ilrsi
rtiasliiEii rectvlesvd aJtee sJeductlcai of re-
Essssseattra t t,umm
I ami pruoptly adjosiad and paid htie. 1
J MKNaiAJIN lNtUEANCE COMPANY
CASTLM eV COOKS, AGS.VTS,
laCswssjrtaW ll;. 1
TTAMBURG-MAODBBURO FIRE INSUR-
x x ance s-ompanv 01 llamourg.
I: " ";:,-'. iV",,S- '"' ?'"" u nry
1 ivi smftiti w ic on in iTKi laroraiii termt.
1 -j . ...- ..-HV.....,vu wv...-
i. nany of Ufrlln,
: A. SCifARFRR & C.. AGRXTS.
The aU)t Inittiranrc Comiviny. lu fMabliiliesI a
Otntrral Aerncy here amt the timlmign..!, (cneral
Agentt. artauthoriitii toukt riVi Ad.nt thetUngtri
of theSrai at the mewl trawiuble tatci ami on the
mm! fvoraMe trrtn.
DREMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
r, A. SCJAEFKK A- CV., Attnt$.
Also anenii for th.
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Haaaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
'. A, SCItAEFKK cV Ct., ACK.STS,
The nLise Insurance Comtsiny liAseslatilishetlaGcn.
eral Aeency here, anil th above signed. General Agents,
are autnotired to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the mo-t reasonable tarrs, and on the most fa.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
'. A. SCHAKFKK f Ct., AGKXTS,
The nbove firm having been appointed agents of this
company are tirepaied to irsure risks ngalntt lire on
Slone and llrlck buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on Ihe most favorable terms.
apply at their office.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. 11ACKFKLD cV C,., Artnti.
upitaianti neserte Keichsmark c,ts.ot
their Re-Insurance Comianies ' 101,650,000
,,, .,, Keichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of Ihe abose Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure ltuildings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in Ihe harbor against loss
or iiamage ny lire, on tne most lavoraole terms.
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-
ance Company ol Uoston.
CASTLE k COOKE, AGKXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
Fotletc Ittetl on themott h'ncornhle Term
EXASIPLR OP NON.rORPRITURR rLAN 1
Insured age 33 ears ordinary life plan :
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, ta '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, 17 "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy I years. 46 '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 10 years, s6 "
Assets, - $i;i,r,oo,ooo.
Losses paid through Ilnoluolu Agency, $49,000
I.ONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Inaurtsnoo Co.
Subcrlort Capital .... $3,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
nere, anu are prepared to take risks on prop
erty of every description within Ihese
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
TUTUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ATX 01 new York.
II ILDEK & Ct., AGEXTS,
Large!, Safe! and moat Economical Life
Inauranee Company in the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER ?cx,ooo,ooo.
For further tnfutmat,on concernin.? the Pnmmnt-
anj for rales of Insurance apply to ihe Agent, or to
J, Km 11 IWUIssIl, .-Willi. Illlt, 4.a,Clll.
XTORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
XI company 01 Hamburg.
. 11ACKFEI.D & Ca. AOKXTS,
Capital nml Kescne. ....Reichiruult 8,830,000
iiciT nc-iiurniCswOiiiaa.nie. " 3 J, 000,000
Tlie Asentiof the atoe Company, for the ltkwaiun
Islands are jartiutxcil to inturc HuiUhnj;, Furniture,
Merc hand, m and froduce, Machinery, etc.. alo Suar
ami'Kicc MJIl and vewli in the harlior. againit lost
or uaniaje uy me, on tne mott lavoraMe terms.
316 CALiroaxiA St., Cal., (Room Na 4 )
nr,iu.r coxsur. commissiox
TTARNDBN A Co
a7 Saksomk St., Near California, S. F.
IIEXERAL FURCHASIXO AOEXTS AXII
PRANK II. AUSTIN Co.,
OrriCE No. aaCALiroaxiA Street, S. P.,
COMMISSIOX AOKXTS J? FORWARD-
Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired.
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. ,4
-"HARLES BREWER at Co.
17 Kluir Street, Uoston,
AOEXTS OF HAWAIIAX l'ACKETS,
General Com mission Agent:
Special attention given to th. purchasing of goods'for
iiwM.-.iuqiiiui, i- itigni a, towsts rales. 1
AMD ORGANS t
10,000 Pianos; 1,000 Organs) save half t buy of ihe
nuuiuiaiturrri : irom ais 10 siouo; casn, rem,
or iristallnients ; catalogues fre.
, ANTISCLL, corner Matkel and Powell, San Fran.
T GUS BURT,
Tor countrv' merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected In
good companies at lowest rates.
Offer stOJ front Street, San Francitco, Cal,
SCOTCH TYPC rOUKDERS.
The largest and only complete Type Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast.
03 and soy LeldesdorfT and
tf Coramirclal streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We seep on hand ih. laiesl stock ot American Fancy
Type si.r kept 00 this toast, together wuh a
mott runpltte uosk nf Miller sk Rich
ard's Scotch Type I aud can
furnish, at abuet nutic.,
Aajriklasc ta tk. friatar'i liasts,
from a lUkla to a Cylindee press. We have a Urge
stock ol new ana mcvsmi rand rilntuia I rsas.1 of
all makes and slass. W. are tots agents fee
CaupUllsCvlutr Pretax, CosUsU and
lUbcutk Pr.ss.er also fitilm, Oip.
per. Jewel (Jotdo.i and Wash-
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES)
new Batter steam eogtises, which, ar. Just the ihtnf fta-
irura, lueva waiee ntoists, w r.pr LUIUrs,
anj a full liae ot fsuburn'i tuukUndeit'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peokt. Piuillng Inks aie twusderssl the bea a
use. rsav. you uassi our -snrtsust plates I
Tuey save svtilorUl work and Mtsvpoel-
lion, and lhassore save asooey.
TSKND rOK OUR CATALOGUE,
uatORi -Na hossse osi this cuaat cats compete wiih
as k sualely of food.
CaaVkCsSXa sssstassCSl sfSa sssstassVassttassttl gaattaktlat
"saT ssFaas"" mf9 amrLvanWf satesTtBswvt.
WHOLE NUMBER 142
TRt Sir S
IJJKl-s rKI iSKS-TRU,SSKS.
HOILISTER St OO.
I lave Just received a large Invoice of
The, Osslssbravtod Celluloid TratM
rilRECT FROM THE fACTORV.
WE HAVE SPECIAL FACILITIES
For Adjnatlng TrnassM.
HOL LISTER ft CO.,
Cor. Tort and Merchant streets end 39 Nuuanu slreetl
M. CARTER & CO.
No, 82 Kins Strtttst, HonoltUn,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED.
t e wouiu notlly tlie public, anil housekeepers Iu par.,
licular, that w e keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
to suit purchasers and at lowest rales, fuel, as follows:
HARD ANU SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths;
N. S. W. NLWCASTLP. COAL,
srnrrif mil -n.i l-
CELEI1RATF.D WELLINGTON MINE,
DEPARTURE HAY COAL..
The above dan be ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. joj
VSK ALSO KEEP IN STOCK
I JAY. OATS-California and New Zealand;
BARLEY Whote and ground 1
WHEAT. CORN Whole and cracked :
UKAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order ihe above through Telephone No. joj,
AND WK WAREANT
Quick Dediv.rr atad FnU Wstlcltt.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery to All Parts of Ihe City.
RtMssauta, No, 8 Xlm Strext.
TELErilONK No. 305. ,3)
T UBRICATING OILS.
We dcsir. to call attention lo ihe fine stock of OILS
which we now have on hand, comprising
the following t
Freak Sptsran OU, la tsuavtstit.M its aBtt
Lard Oil, In barrels and cases ;
Chnder oil, in barrels and in cases ;
Castor oil, llao qualities,) in cases J
Paralhn. oil, in barrels ;
A cheap article fur llghl-runnlng machinery, and, for
most uses, fully equal lo Ih. more eapensiv. oils.
WI ALSO KEr IN 1TCXR
SKIDGATE OIL, In cases.
This oil It made from shark's livers, and it fully e-jual
to lard, and is much cheaper.
DARK I.UURICATINO OIL, la barrels I
Just the thing for Sugar Mills, Can. Carriers and Cars,
oe any slow moving machinery, and al half th.
price of Ihe expensive oilis now In ut.
In addition to above, we keep
Kerosene Oil Downer's, Noonday, Lutirsl,
Ncals-foot Oil, boiled and raw J
Unseed Od, in quantities lo suit,
And of the best qualities. Also, cotutanily on hand,
In oil and dry, and sfAtf. Jal ssmcI Mine, ot
different qualities. J list receive!
TWO RUCKJCTX MOWaOU.
Just Ihe thing 10 tut Hlk grass.
PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every detcriptlou used on a Plantation.
FENCE WIRE AND HARDWARE ot aU kind
coastanily on hand and for sale cheap try
E. O, MALI. SON,
lli-tf Cor. King and Ft slrsHi. Ilonolalu.
A COMPORTABLB HOME I
Tk. under signed hat recently filled up
In elegant siU. the bug. roomy Cottage forswlr U,
Migsng to the L.mun .slat., on Nsiuaasi asressj,
U)'ond the CviwasTtUI llutl MtstvltM,
(ur ih. purpose of cusvlsxtiAg
Th. nauMorihle pleasant retreat U the "WHITE
HOUSE." Il cannut b. aurtsasssd Li th. hLasbtuM tw
tsNnfort and tieaftnesa.
THE OHOUHDS ARE SPACIOUS
and cenainenttd with shade tietvs.
Persona of reirtsiishillir asav sdw.wsL. ..,...
ltd hosue thetss- A stttingooea it set rrssi 4W sass eatv
W attests. A TEW MOM IvtXrssSI AH
T. rents always irsorlerate.
MRS. J. T. WHITKs I
aw asany w ISUH.M srstl naiatlli.1 iiea, vntite
.r iTre -i HI riEsstiliii Mat. Wttsve
ssw sas rsei