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VOLUME III, NUMBER 41.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 145
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hum is Hivi:.ivi:n or itosoi.viAi.
Died at Knilu.i, Hawaii, April 22, 1859,
Alilre Jmcltltn Marwcl1.1l, ft Catholic priest,
46 years of age, n resilient here ff eighteen
,ear statnling, Marcncli.il was a rrcnchrmn,
who hiil no object In life but the advancement
of his church. A .tty quarrel, or rather mis
understanding of his willi Kapc.111, Ihcn Gov.
ernor of Hawaii, formed the basis of one of the
ten demands of M, Dillon, the Trench Comis
sinner, hi i89, which resulted in the occupa
tion and disarmament of the fort of Honolulu,
ns heretofore related. I knew Marcsclial quite
intimately a few years before his death, and
mini) him to lie one of those simple-minded
devotee of Roman Catholicism of which the
earlier Catholic missionaries were composed.
We used to have long conversations together,
on religious subjects mainly, and always carried
on In the Hawaiian language, as he did not
speak English nor I Trench. He once re
marked to me that It was an odd spectacle to
find two persons, one from free and educated
America, and the other from polished Trance,
compelled to converse together 111 a baibarous
jargon like the Hawaiian.
In May of this ) car, the present stone bridge
6icr the Nuuanu stream (what is now called
the second bridge) was completed, and was
justly regarded as a vast improvement over the
former structure, which used to become im-
pusable every time there was a freshet. U. A.
S. Wood, the superintendent of public works,
designed anil supervised the construction of
this bridge, which still remains a monument of
his skill as an architect.
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian Kvan
gelical Anoclallon, which embraced the mem
bers of the American Mission, took place on
the 2 th of May. The date of their original
arrival ri.1 these islands is attached to their
Rev. Asa Thurston, 1S20; Hcv. T. Coan,
1835s Hev. L. I.) ens, 1832; Hcv. I). Ilaldwin,
1S31; Kcv. C. II. Andrews, 1848; Kcv. A. 0.
Torlres, 185S; Hev. I.. Smith, lS)2; Hcv. S.
C. Damon, 1842; Hcv. II. Corwln, 1858; Hcv.
I.. Andrews, 1828s Hcv. V. J. Gulick, 1828s
Hcv. A. ISishop, 1820; Kcv. II. V. I'arkcr,
1833; Hcv. K. Johnson, 1837,
The first anniversary of the birthday of the
Prince of Hawaii, the heir apparent to the
throne of the Kamchamehas, which occurred
on the 20II1 of May, was oliscrvcd by nil classes
with no small degree of enthusiasm. The king
and rpiccn wished it to be regarded as the first
holiday on the calendar, and particularly to
the rising genejation of Ilawalians. No es
pecial incitement was needed to this end, for
nil, loth foreigners and natives, regaided the
young prince as the hope of the nation every.
lioily felt that they had a kulcam in him. The
day was as lovely a one as ever was seen in this
tropic clime. At II o'clock there was a re
ception at the palace the king, queen and
prince forming an exceedingly pretty family
picture. The latter was a very pretty, inter'
esting-looking child, and precociously intclli'
gent. On the appearance of the Diplomatic
Corps, M. l'errin, as senior member, addressed
the king a few words of congratulation, which
were Suitably responded to by his majesty.
Then came the consular agents, through Judge
l'ratt, United States Consul; IlUhop Maigret,
on behalf of the Catholic Mission, and the
Hev. Arlcmas bishop, on behalf of the Amer
ican Mission. The latter spoke as follows;
May It please your majesties, it is with un
feigned pleasure that we, the members of the
Hawaiian Kvangelic.il Association, assembled
for our annual council, present ourselves with
some of our families, to affectionately congratu
late your majesties 011 this auspicious anniver
sary day of the prince, who is the !e!ov ed
hope of the nation. Some of us are the sur
vivors of those who lalwrcd for the spiritual
ami moral benefit of this people when your
beloved and lamented predecessor was a youth.
A few more years and wchopc to join the
tluong of Hawaiian Christians with their
teachers who have gone lieforc us to a better
world. And we rejoice to know tint there are
others here In full vigor of life, a art of whom
were born among us, who will continue the
good vvoik when we, their fathers, shall be
A prominent aim In the laliots of the Amer
ican missionaries has twen, from the first, lo in
still those moral duties and virtues into the
Hawaiian mind, which arc an essential part of
true religion, ami to elevate tlicin to sucli a
jwint or culture wherein they may find 11 safe
guard against their threatened extinction from
among tlic races of men. We flatter ourselves
that the labor thus bestowed will not be wholly
In vain upon a portion of the nation. We still
trust that a remnant of them will lie spared to
fulfill that high destiny, and hereafter replen
ish these sunny isles with a loyal, a prosperous
and an enlightened Christian population. And
may the beloved prince whose uay we cele
brate, lie sjvarevl for a time long distant, to
liegin a peaceful and prosperous reign as a
Christian king over a numerous and Christian
We shall return to out several places of resi
lience, honini! for your majesties a long and
peaceful reign. Hut, as earthly crowns soon
lAde, may we not pray that when done with
an cailhly kingdom, sou may be admitted to
the Inheritance ot a ncaveniy crown, which
The king replied to the addresses of Iwlh
Catholics and 1'iotesUnts in Ms usual felicitous
manner, thanking them for their kind wishes
and encouraging them to continue In their
Then came numerous ladies and gentlemen)
some five hundred school children, under
charge of Mr. J. Fullers and lastly the Hono
lulu Rilles, of which the king had recently
accepted the honorary colonelcy. Capt. J. It,
llniwrt made a neat speech on behalf of the
lilies, in thecourse of which hetaidr " Hence
forth we shall look upon the 1'iince of Hawaii
as a son of this cors, and lietwcen him ami
every open foe fiom foiclgn land "or rebel
camjs there will be found a living ranquit of
true and devoted hearts.
There was u-galu of eleven boats in the
afternoon, In which J, S, Walker, C. N.
,Si"cttcer, llcniy MacfaiUne tuid J. C. I'tluger
figured largely, MacCiilatie winning he
"prince's cup," the first priie, and I'tluger the
second twth silver cups. In the evening
thcic'wM a boll in 3 Urge tent eicctcd in the
pallet grounds, attended by about live hun
died guests--! good many people to go lo a
tall in Honolulu twenty-four )cirs ago.
In concluding this brief account of a unit cr
ra ami tmlhutiislicaily uWcived holiday to
long i2 comparison may be drawn between
tbit aa4 IM reported doings on a recent grand
gok-day la Honolulu, by quoting the following
fcooi tbe Advertiser of May 6, 18591
To tbow of jour readers, who lire' abroad ami
tw nut aWe to wknos the advances of society
iMtlc bote ttt Honolulu, we may-ami, irui lu
KsfMCt, tne oiur, vieconiiu, ami ell
quelle observed at the palace, (lining the day
and evening, were not inferior to what would
be met on any similar occasion in older coun
tries. Not n vestige of the ancient habits ami
customs appears to have remained all have
given way to the reforming progress of Chris
tianity and civiliati'n. With n king ami
queen well educated, refined and perfectly con
versant with the Knglish language, the link
that Iwund die Hawaiian sovereignly lo the
past seems severed, and to all appearances it
is just what the present progressive state of
society calls Tor.
Trom time to time the islands have been
visited by many literary travelers. Connected
with one of these who was here In the early
patt of 1859, I have some pleasing recollec
tions. This was the Hcv. V, I), Collins, an
American I'rolestant clergyman. lie arrived
here from San Trancisco In March, and re
mained alKiut a month, during which time,
besides preaching several times In the Tort
Street and Ilclhcl churches, he delivered two
lectures In the Itelhcl, under the ajspiccs of
the Honolulu Lyceum the literary society
which vvaslhe outcome of the Voting Men's
Debating Society. The subject of Mr. Collins'
lectures was "The Social and Political Condi
tion of the South American Republics." The
lectures were well written, evincing ripe
scholarship, and the oratorical iowcrcvidcnccd
in Ihcir delivery nioved a rare treat to our
residents. He had been an agent of the llible
Society, traveling through South America,
having spent several years in Rio dc Janeiro,
and other iarts, visited Paraguay and crossed
the Andes into Chile. While in 1'araguay, he
had an interview with the Dictator Hcper, on
the same day that President Iluchanan's mes
sage was received, declaring war by the United
Stales against Paraguay. The dictator con
versed freely with Mr. Collins on the subject
of the difficulties between his government and
that of the United States, and concluded with
the remark, referring to President llucllanan's
message, which he held In his hand, "Let him
come we are ready," It will be remembered
that, notwithstanding his boasted readiness,
the American licet made short work of the
Paraguayan war. Mr. Collins left Honolulu
as n passenger on board the American bark
Mchta, for Japan and the Amoor river, April
20th, his intention being to return to the
United Stales by way of a journey through
Siberia and Russia. Was this the Collins who
afterwards published a book of his journey
through those countries? Who knows?
Died nl M.ikaw.10, April I, 1859, Thomas
Cooper, a colored man, aged 76, and who had
been a resident of these islands since about
1S27, or over thirty years. His history, as
related by himself, was a somewhat remark
aoic one. um 10m i,oopcr maintained a
good character for truth and honesty, and I
liellcved his story. He was bom in Maryland,
a slave, In 17S3. When he was 5 years old,
his master took him to Philadelphia, intend
ing that when of sufficient age he should learn
the trade of coach making. Hut when 15
years of age, he ran away and went to New
Ilcdford with the proverbial boy's instinct to
go to sea. Here, getting into bad company,
in n state of intoxication, he was robbed of his
clothes, and found himself on board a fishing
schooner liound to the banks of Newfound
land. He remained in .this service a year or
two, and then was shipped on board a mer
chant vessel to the Mediterranean, thence to
Liverpool. Next, on an Kast Indiaman, to
Madras. On reaching the latter place he was
impressed into the Hritish service and made
several cruises in a frigate. At length obtain
inc his release and retiirninc to the United
States,- he shipped inn whaler and arriving
at these islands in 1827, took up his aliode
here. In the latter years of his life he was a
consistent member of the native church at
Makawao. It used to be a pleasant and
hl'hly interesting pastime to listen to old Tom
Ccoper relate his adventures. He has a num-"
ber ofdescendants on the islands. It. US.
The Chieftain of Pueblo. Colorado: self-
styled "a paper of vim, vinegar, vitriol and
vitality," contains the following " plain talk "
wnicn may ue amnion in wis city as well as in
I'uetilo: "mere is one Hung the people of
11. ...1.1.. d!.....I.1 .1.. .....I .1.. t- ... ...!..ii-. .
ui-uiu aiujuHi ,11,, tutu ui.u la lu siiieiiv nation.
Ire home merchants ar.d home industries. The
merchants of Pueblo carry as fine goods and ns
large assortments us any town in the state, and
our people owe it to thcm-.clvcs to support
iucm: umiiuuuus mm inus neqi along tne pros
licrity of the Pueblos. Kvcry dress, carnct. or
piece of furniture or hardware bought outside
of the IVblos is directly opposed to the pros-
1K.-111V ui uiuawiiL eiues, nun every iniiikinu
manor woman will condemn the practice of
sending away lor some article which can read
ily lie purchased cheaper at home than abroad.
I'.vcry person who is in business and dcalinc in
a certain line of goods thinks it radically
wrong for his ncighlior to send away for some
article which he lias for sale, yet at the same
lime inc lamuy 01 inc person who is doing tin
growling is perhaps sendini: to Denver. Chi
cago or NevvVork for some article which his
offending neighbor has for sale, and the only
way to remedy the evil of which Iwlh complain
is to buy everything you or your family may
want from your home merchants and dealers.
The merchants of Pueblo carry immense stocks
of goods, both for the wholesale and retail
trade, and the only way to build up and make
jour cilyprosiierous is to supply your wanls at
tome, nils is tlic secret ot ttaclc wlucli will
uuure the prosperity of any town. It has
nuile Chicago ami bt. Louis, anil is making
l rl... 1 ta '11. . m -.-,7
rvauo4 uv .inn tcuvLT, aim u nm make
I'ucblo. There is not so much of this ilonc
now as in) cars gone by, ami the result is in
crcasctl mosjicrity In all branches of traile.
Tho I'ueolos are acknowleilgeil to-ilay to be
the secoiul cltv In the state In itolnt nf miiiil.1.
(ton ami first in coinmcrclat ami manulacturini'
importance, ami within five cars I'ueblo III
be eijual if not the supctior of any city in the
stale, anil our people hase it In their poster to
help bring about this result."
The cimictle and the small bov threaten to
become Inseparable companions in thiscitye
greatly to the Injury of the small boy physi
cally, intellectually, anil morally. Hut in New
Jersey, the Legislature proposes to Inw-rycnc
bctwven rigareltc ami boy. It has just passeil
a law loiuiiiuing tne sale cigarette to a
minor umler sixteen years of age, w ilh a pen
ally of $jo for each oFTensc. It U lo lw lioitcil
that this m!c legal restraint of one of the most
siclous of habits, wilt be thoroughly enforcer!.
Moral suasion is lost uixn the reckless little
scapegrace whose Meal of manly pciformance
consists in ins aiiiuiy 10 cuu curiicuican ciouus
of smoke from burning paper ami tobacco into
oilier people s laces. 1 tie .subtle iioioii or the
cigarette ilries up the blooxl, breaks tlown Ihc
brain ami nene tissues, chances the secretions.
ami is altogether so baleful in its clli-cls upon
the youthful system that often llily gross th Is
stunlcil and tne lad remains a dw at? through
life. Taicnts should use their utmost Influence
lo supniess this practice, which undermines
the health of the growing Imy, diminishes his
growth, opecially his intellectual owcrs, ami
unds so many of our American youth to the
insane asylum. AVro Vert Ohtrytr, ,
The late Dean Stanley was shy when a boy.
Ills aunt called hliu 'Mhc little s)lph," Ms
drill-sergeant at school exhorted him to ' put
on a told, swaggcting air, and don't look
sheepish," and his school-fellows bullied him.
Hut in manhood he became distinguished for
his unrivalled social gifts. Ills wile, says his
biographer, Dean llradley, not only shared his
fiUmtUhips, ssmpathUed with his woik and
aspirations, and developed, to the utmost hb
capacity for social life, but exercised a " len
der care for the health and comfort of one
curiously Incapable of ttklnc care of 'himself,
evwi in Uk nwt. essential points of food and
tmtjiissto.vr.il or innuvt
Tor !tti Stale of California, for the ttawaii-111 Idirtdi,
Anil General Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Comfany of California. lf
AT10IIXKV AT LAM,
8j MltRCHANT STKPRT, HnNOLVtU,
AIT H. CASTLE,
ATToiisr.r at lam;
Ami Notary Public, Attends all I lie Courts of the
Wi Four Sthsht, Honoi vim, i
a noiisr.r .t- covssv.i.i.on a t i.a 11;
ATron.vni' at i.am;
No 41 MFKcrtANT SimiRT, Honolulu, II, 1.
8.3m Next iloor to It. P. Hlckerton's Ltw office.
T-RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrricKcoRNi'H Fort anii UmtRTANtASrs ,
sviHir.oxft a.xii iioMini'ATiiia vuv-
Office 1 lours Until 9 A. M-, and from i-j and 6:30-8 r.M.
TNO. A. IIASSINGER,
Interior Orricir, Honolulu,
Ad'll.VT T7 TAICIl AVKXOH'l.lllHli:
mcHl to L'tmtntctA fur Islhor. j
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
fiirsiatAS miii svuaiMs.
Hotel mreel, between Fori and Abkea streets.
From 7 lo 10 n. m.
to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
HoNoiVLV, Oaiiv, II. I.,
SOTAIIY I'VIIIAOAS'lt CHMMtHStOSKK
For the State of Cabfornli and New York. Office
nt the Hank of HUhou & Co. t
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Atir.ST to takj: avksoivi.i:iok-
mcHt to Contractu to iMbor.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, lplanade. 13
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D, D. S.
J Honolulu, H. I.,
ni'.xrAL itouMS o.v roitr sTitr.r.r.
Office in Ilrcvier's Block, corner Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. t
TVJ B. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
nriwicrAX Axn svnar.ox,
iKLKritONK Number 149.
Office hours from 8J4 to io$ a. m.; iW to 3U p.
Office and residence number a, Kitlcul strei
corner Fort street. si
n A. DK LA NUX
sunvv.Yoii Axit cirit. Kxaixr.Kit,
Address, HONOLULU IW-officc. i66-6m"
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fokt Street,
Importer mitt Itvtttrrs In nil hliulu of
JltlHlti tlooitit rmicu (7o0ifi,
Furniture. Chairs. Sewint- Machines. Mirrors and
Mirror Plate. Picture Frames and Cornices made to
CDREWER & COMPANY,
(Intern! Jtvrcmitltcmut CoiiiiiiIhuIoh Aaenttt
Queln Stufet, Honoiulu.
Officers P. C. Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
Hon. Charles K. lluhopand 11. A. P. Carter; Henry
.viay, auuuor. 130
Ship t'itrieiitcrt Sjmr JfiiAer find CinilA.fr
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
rf T. LENEHAH & Co.
1MVOUTKIIS AXI COJIJIIHSIOX 3IKK
1WJRS. A. M. MELL1S,
Xo. 104 Fort Strkkt, Honoi ulu,
h'AXII lOXAHI.i: JlltK.SM AXJt CLOAK
TITM, G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, H I.,
HUH A IS t'ACTOUN .I.VJ VO31.UIHS10X
Wl. C 1RHIN.
T-vILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, HohOLULV,
iMvonrr.its axii ika lkks ix jia k;-
mirr, Cutler, Tool,
Paints and Oils, mid General Merchandifte. ' I
W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.,
SMI' CUAXIH.KIfi AX COM MISSIOX
Aeents fur Urati I's Guns and Ilomb Lances and Ter
ry Davis lain Killer. I
T AINB & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.
COM MISSIOX MKIICIIAXTS I MVO li
ter ami Healer In
Hay, Grain and General lVoduce.
TT E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER.
Cor. Kino and Fort Sts., Honolulu,
OKOCKItV .I.VJ fKKIt HTOIIIC.
Quekn Strikt, Honolulu, H. 1.,
UKXtilLlL VitMXlSSIOS AGEXTS
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Honolulu, Oamu, 11. 1.,
IMl'OHTKUH AXH COMMISSIOX MKH-
p A. SCHABFBR ft Co.
Honoiulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMVOllTKIlS AXII COMMISSIOX MKH.
ILDER ft Co.
Cor. Font anu IJuisn Srs., Honolulu.
lA'MltEll. VAIXTS, OILS, XAll.S,
anil HuUiIIhu Material of eceru klmt. 1
P P. ADAMS,
(jussN Sraisr, Honolulu,
.1 VCTIOXKKII .1 XI COMMISSIOX MKH'
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
Coiucr Queen and Koahuaunu Street, Honolulu.
DOLLBS ft Co.
Quirk SrassT, Honolulu, II. I.,
HUH' CMAXI1LKHS AXH COMMISSIOX
lufurlcrs and Dealers in Geoersl MerUuudM. 1
TNO. H. BROWN,
10 UsoxTAiiu Srnir,
IXSVKCTOH Or WKIQHXH AXD
Orders can tnUk as ih.FAuoe Station.
lJ V, BURGESS,
VAUrKMTHU . MVMLBKU.
All Unds of bUng wat4ly altendej to.
TeblJwn. Ny. 130, VtWAnHua's Eu Ottc
S. GRINDAUM & Co.
Maker's IIlock, IIiirrn SrsuKT,
t.ui'oiirnit.iAXh iuioi.i:saia: disai
rr In IWilrrnl Merehnnilliie, s
S. GUIMDAUM & Co.
an California St., Sam Franihco,
I'ottWA nmsa i.vn coin,r.v
Sneeial fAcilitiest for and mrtlflitar Mlenllnn until Id
consignments of Ularul (rouuec. 9
No. Ill KOKT SrRKKT, UnNOLULU,
irj tohmj unit fi;wt: ,:, :a uiu-
rrft ttmt IHttmnmt Wetter
All orders faithfully executed. 31
T AWRHNCE & 1'RBETH,
i'i Ans .mi nsumMei lurrmneti tor orKi 01 t-on-Mruclton,
Civil Knciiieettna And Surveying, Office,
comer of ilalek.mwila anil MLuien ktrrctH, next tloor
to Wi'lemftnn'i Wick warelioti.
'. U. ik)x lot. no-ly
No, 1M FoHTST.,OPrOSlTKrANTMBONSTAhLK5,
HOOTAXh SIIOKMAKIIIL HOOTS ASH
Xrf Hiinr to ontei't
OlM"l materul At renwnAMc ibices, anJ Un caOu a
tJOLUSTER & Co.,
Wholesale and Uktail
nnutwisTH jy it TonAccoxisrs,
No. so Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. t. t
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. (.,
Iructtrat I'lumfrpritt i rtttci titut CVJ
prrnmlttm, I 'Articular Attention tmld to tho litttnir un of the
Sprinafielil Oni Mn chine. 1
IIotp.l Sthbet, Honolulu, II, I
ttriilvra lu tAtdtrn and (Icnttemrtt'it Shorn
tt ml MttUcrt
Trv mv store, after ono iranvtctiou iou will be sure
to como ncnln. Ueimirlnif done to order. Formerly of
ann 1 rancio.
QJAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Mkrchant STRrET, Honolult, II. 1.,
CUSTOM JtOOT AS1 SHOEMAKMtS,
Good work; low prices. Repairing done with neat
ness and dipatcd.
p H. OEDING, ,
Kxprvs ami Itntjtttnti,
Freight, lackaRe and llaggagc delivered to ami from
all pruts of I lonolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS r.XIUF,SSI.Y FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86; residence 135 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King itrtet. io6-tf
OEE HOPP & Co,
37 Maunakea street,
Citrjtontfr ttud Fu$'ttttttrc Dfittfrt.
Houses built and the repairing of houses attended to.
'lerms moderate. ui-iy
PHILLIPS & Co.
itml ll'tuttctnle Jttnlerx ht VtothUty, Itaott,
Shoes, Hats, Mens's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the mmt practical and scientific manner,
DISEASES Of TUB HOOP A SfHCtALTV.
Residence 85 Fort street, Honolulu, where all orders
iuii win receive prunijn niiciiiiun. 5-ji
Honolulu, II. I ,
anucKUY, vi:mi Axn rnonsiox
Would Mo heads of families, board in chouse keepers
and others to know that he at all times kills at price
loitett 01 me low, uruers souciieu anu guous promjuiy
delivered in any part of the city or suburbs. Number
109 tving Direei, between Aiakea anu ron dts. M-om
-ITfTILLIAM O. SMITH.
No. 83 MERCHANT bTRUET, HONOLULU,
(Etablishcd in 1870.)
Sugar Plantation. Railroad, Telephone and other
corporation stocks, uonas anu similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I., October in, iSSj. 110-tf
ASTLE & COOKE,
No, 80, Uisg Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Shipping nml Ciimmlioii Merchant,
Importers and Dealers n
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation,
rl he Alesandcr & Ilaldwin Plantation.
1L Ilalktead, or Waialua l'bntation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa. Kauai.
J, M. Alexander, llauu. Maul.
ll.e Haiku Sugar Conipany,
The Koliala Sugar Company.
. HamaV.ua Plantation
The Union Insurance Company of San Piandsco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston.
O. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Llue.
Th. Merchant's Ltne. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes & Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox tt Glbb'i. Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing Machines, i-q
CHARLES T. GULICK,
ACSNT TO TAWR ACKNUWI KDGMKMTS TO LABOR
GENERAL UUSINESS AGENT.
Office In Hackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
manu streets, Honolulu. s-iy
Tin, Copper, iimi! SheetAroH Worker,
HuniUng, gas fitting and all work In my line promptly
attended la Terms moderate.
Remember the oddrcis, opiite the Polka Station,
g. rviaic .uel loqim
SJ, LEVEY & CO.,
.. s. . .
ssNfime hhis ffrfttii ueoeee,
Fort strt.t, Honolulu,
Kmli groi-trlcs ajul provUtotu ot all klikls on haiul and
m.cvs(l rruuUrlv from Kurort, and Amrka lilcil
will dc wld at 111. lowest uiaiLct rates.
Couds Udivcid to any .ort 01 th city frt of diors
Uand orders solicited and riroutpt ailcntion U1 b.
given tolli.sanw. IK.ty-
VKJTONG LEONO fc CO..
Nuuanu Srstsrr, Con. M Akixt,
Ify.nf. for Moanul Huyar, Valamtt Hlcv
And Kuilua Klc rUntoilon and MUL tiriy
'-pHBO. K. DAVIBS Co.,
(I.4TK lANIOK, 0SN & Co.)
IMVOHTKU, COMMISSIOX MKKCIIAX1
unit Ayenl fur
Uord". and lb Livtrpool Uad.rwrit.is.
BmUk and Foreign Msrim luiuaac. Company,
And NMttutni Auuraac. Compaay. 1
W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
lurumiasaND Osassu m
noun, auoics, rvuxttMixa oooaa,
Mats, Cvpt Trunk; full,
Pcftumai 1 and SaatA. Wcithaia Wouhu. ilna lew
dry. esc, tor. of Fort tad Msvchwt unit., Hots-
SITAILUKU POI FACTORY,
W.itWKV, Maui, II. I.,
He4 QmtfU0 f VaUl Mm tsssjWsslMrost Css-
MahUr AH udws Wed wish tulU.
No f) McRctMNr Strret, Honolulu, II I.,
tjii'oiiTKUHor tii:xi:ii.t t. .ur.itcii.tx-
tlle fiom I'rnnee, r.nalmi.l,
Germany and the tfn'ted Stales. t
l6 AKUllJCALimHMI Stsfht, S P.,
wnot.r.sA lu timwr.its.
1'articultr attenlton paid to fillini; ami iliicplnft Is
and orders. i
r Williams a Co.
109 and io Port Strkkt,
Pictures of all sires and kind mad to order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly on .uind, AUo
Corals, Shells and Curiodt irt of the Pacific 9
A LLHN & RODINSON,
HuNOLUfU, H. I.,
Dealer la t.amher atut alt Lhiit ttf Ihiil't
hiff Material; I'alntx, Oltt Xalti, rtr.t
A genii of KtJiooncrt
HaleaWaU. KuUtnanu, Kekauluoht, Mary Ellen,
Uilaina. Pnualit and Leaht,
At Itobtusou's W harf. i
r VONS & LEVEY,
Aneth.neem antl Coanalnnlnn MrtrhantM
llf AVfH It UK If, QUPRN bTKEB, HONOLULU.
SIes of Furniture. Stock. Real Cstate and Oenent
Merch.indiie promptly attended lo. Sole acents for
iniertcAii and i.urupeaii merchandise. I J. i.yotis,
itSpr ( U J. Letey.
HE GEIJMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, If. I.
llerf, Vralp Jlntton Lamb, Vuuttrif
Constantly on hind, and of choucst quality. I'ork
Sausases. Itolocnas. etc.. alwava on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up in (-.astern st)le. All orders
faithfully attended to. and delivered in nny part of the
city, bhpp on Hotel Street, ltween Union and Fort
Si rift t jft-fnl fi. JA.A1I PP. Prnrtrlrlnr.
I10VSK ami SIOS
Paikh llANor-K, etc.,
107 Kill? street, Honolulu.
84 King street,
i-yr.i ctica r. wa toiima 1cr.1t,
And Imnorter of American tewetrvor evcrv deserin.
lion. (Formerly ot San I ranuNCo, California. 30
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SlCCKSSORS TO I.BW BRS & DlCKSON,)
IMVOllTKIlS AX1 JII'.AIAUIS IX LtTM
tier mill nil html of Unlliltiiu Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. 1
HALL & SON.
Corn kit Fokt and King Stkbkts.
TMvonTizns. m: j hi: its ix it a k-
wartf lfn (Joints, VatatSi
Oils and General Merchandise.
W. McCHESNEV & SON,
JAlATUKlt, HinKS, TAfAAttf, A XI
Agents fur the Royal Soap Company. No. 4 Queen
street, rionmuiu, i, 1, 9
r C. COLEMAN,
HONOLULU, It. I.,
HLAL'KSMITJI, MACJUXIST, C.li-
riaye Work, Horse Shovhitf,
Plantation Muchinery, etc Shop on King street,
next to Caitle & Cooke s. t
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Coppor and Sheot Iron Worker,
bTOVKS AND HANOKS,
of all kind, Plumbers Mock anu metals, house furnUh
in; goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc
M. OAT & Co.
w Honolulu, I
SAITr-MAKEHS. VUIOS (IV ALL
serljttlons madvantt repaired.
Ioft in A. Ft Cooke new fire-proof budding, foot ot
nuuanu Mrcct as
Honolulu, II. I.
vioxr.Kit srnA.ii cixnr maxuvac-
tory mnl llakeru.
lYactica! Confectioner, I'antry Cook and Maker.
Numlicr7l Hotel street, hclwccn tort and Nuuanu
p ENGL1NG ft Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Strrrt,
tixsmitiis axo vlvm hi: its, jihal-
er In Store, Itnttyr, Un,
T W. GIRVIN,
J Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
COMMISSIOX MKHCIIAXT AXII IlKX
eml Ifeater In Ilry U001I1,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
STHAM EXOlXliS, llOll.KltS, StKIAll
Mill, Cooler, Iron, lira
And Luid Cartings. Machinery of every de&criptin
made to order. Particular attention paid 10 Ship's
Itkicksiniihing. Job work, executed on the shortest no
O H. MBBKAPU, (KAUKA1WA.)
Numsex ti Nuuanu Street,
TAILOIHSQ Of JirtSHV
Hcrtptloii ilone to order.
Men's, toys' and youths' work.
NumurrCi Hotel Street,
MMALS HKKVKJt AT ALL
hour of the dny,
Special terms for regular hoarders. Tne only suita
Ue private room in town for 1-adico.
Mrs. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
y H, NORTON ft Co.,
No. 13 Maunaksa Stsht,
if or. .. lag, Shoe remareU iinrl all klml
of HlaekmUh Work iloMe lo onler.
Corrioi:. maLlnii and renauias dun. by competent
workmen. Th tt horK'shocr In tlic country works
at this )Uc. '"5-lr
r- B. WILLIAMS,
lUrOUTSU AHD lit. 1KB IN
VVHXITVHK orttWUV ItKSCHlVTIOX
Ifoo Vpholaterer unit Munulactnrer,
Turnilur. Worcrooint No. 10. Fort Str..t. Work
shop .1 oU stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
R tended to. 4)
TAMOILIILI POI FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKEA, Proprietor,
BEST PAI Al put up to order In any si I. d.sli.d;
hard. soA, or in barteLs. Orders through th. pusisfhc.
wilt nave prurnpt ottentl'iii, whether lor city or other
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
QUSKN St.SST, UoMUlVtU, II, I.,
IMtOUTKH 'AXII liKALKK MX UJs-'.V.
rrssl JH.reAossd(M. s
pLAOSI FLAGS 1 1
loMrrral sites. AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN.
rorSAlsotT 0. THRUM'S Fotttfreei Store.
J I- NICHOLS,'
No. io(H FoT STsarr.lLsxoivHJ).
arts. Ksaixmut ash coxtmactum
For it. ComiructSoa of Bsilrwils,
Mfctts, Ian0ioa, Iron, Woud and CnUr.sllnw , J
ltrUea, TtUa sod rwuIon HsJs "
M S,.iW ui ..
ISHOI A Co.
Honolulu. U I.,
oiii 1'iancisco, anu ineir agenis 10
MHSSKS M. M. UOrilSCHII.DJsSONS, london.
Hie ORIENTAL DANK CORPORATION ol
uonoon, anil their branches in
And transact a eeneral llanLinjr lluiness. 1
M. CAMACItU, fivfrMir,
No. 6 Hotkl Strept, Honoluiu, II. I.
Meal nt all hour, mnt the tnhle .M,,Hrif
irli the bet the market nffonl.
"pilOS. O, THRUM,
tlirORTINO ANtl MANUrACTURINrl -
STATtoxKit, xr.rn aoi'.xt, viuxTr.it,
And DllUidier ol the Situriiav Prrss. and llnivnll.
oh Almamic ami Annual, Merchant street. Ileal
er in Fine Stationery, Ilooki, Mu.lc. Toys and Fancy
tnxxH, Fort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
Honolulu, II. I.,
if im r. ksta ti: nnoKiiHAxn Kjtn.or-
Rents Rooms, CottAKes, Houses, and sells and len.es
Real K.Uite in all narts of the Klntrdom. Kmnliivmenf
found for thow seeking work in all the various branches
of bllMncss connected with thew; I.Unds. lgal docu
menu ilrawn, Hills Collected, Itonks and Accounts kc
and ficncral office wotktranucted. Patronage elicited.
Commis.Ions moderate. ij
-s W. MACFARLANB Co.
Cor, Fort and Qurrn Strrrts, Honolulu,
Importer mnt Ccinmltnloii Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Wafkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, llllo
Hakalau Plantation, llllo
Mlrlees, Talt & Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
UtrORTBR AND DBALKR IN
tKASSn'AltE,MKMDKX SILVER Vfl-
ted Ware, Brackets, Vases,
Kina's Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
Lustra) Wire Wore, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis
lols, WoMenhoIm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, bhot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "Domestic" Pacr Fashtonv
Solo agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
OltAMVAdXE CltiEtt MASUFACTOUY,
No. 13 Liliha Stnrkt, HonolulV.
This healthdn igorating' beverage Is for sale at all the
leading saloons in the city. Orders from the other
Idands promptly attended to. 133
AWAIIAN INVESTMF.NT AND AGF.NCV
Comiiany, (Limited )
On First-class securities, for Ions or short periods.
Apiilylo W, I. OUKKN, Manigcr n Inn.
Office Queen Street, oer O. W. Macfatlane & C0.-481I
-pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN 11RICK.
G. JINGLING tt- Co.,
AV. J XuutlHH St., HoH&tulu It, .
Sole agents for these Hands. The bet cooJung ap-
raraiui lor tne 1'ianutiun, Hotel or ramny.
RANGES & FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Hollers,
(Irate liars, Etc,,
Always In stock.
Explicit directions for setting up accompany eery
Circulars atiJ Prices on afficaiiort,, t22-qr
. k. r'Eh
Having purchased the Hotel-Street Market, 1 take
pleasure in announcing that I will give the business my
personal attention, and hope to supply the want of the
public bf Honolulu in a satisfactory manner.
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB,
01IIEU KINDS OF MEAT FOR TIIK TAIILE
ALWAYS ON HAND.
viioMVT iiKi.irr.KV ma in:.
ORDERS TAKEN IIV TELEPHONE
TsLEriiaNs, No. 13&. 131
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Tlic undersigned has recently fitted up
In elegant l)te. th large roomy Cottag. formerly te
longing to ln Lemon eUate, on Nuuanu street.
beyond the Commercial Hotel premises,
for the purpon. of conducting
A superior lodglsisj Hosts.
The name of this tJeasant retreat Is the "WHITE
HOUSE." It cannot be surpaucd In ih. kingdom for
coinion ami cleanliness.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shad, trees.
Persons of respectability may always be sure of acheer
ful home there. A tlttina.room Is Mt attt fur tb. con
venienc. of guests. A FEW MOKE ROOMS ARE
VACANT. Terms always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
IsTManyof our readers will remember Mrs. Whit.
as proprietor of Ih. kalging hous. on Fort street, ad
neior 01 in Migi
tho Pantheon Stal
laining roe I'antncon duues, wnicn .
tartaUe home under her managcnient.
Ics, whkh was such a com.
"HB EVILS OP PAINTING
" It has been said with much truth, too, that hoau
painting; might, with Mudy and aapureiuenl of taste,
resume its rank OS a liberal art." rimitr( Mmul.
Ilclieting the above la be true, A. IL KERR has now
r.-organUed his lystcu of working the business La
Honolulu, lu th. rsrst place, h. has secured th. service,
of thai celebrated siilM, Mr. Mas Kohk, brracrry ol
San Francisco, whose work la Ih. hn. of
J'uIm sshsI Derorullew Vaper-Hanglng,
Frescoing, etc, Is up to the (resent lime unsurpassed
and, on lhes islands, kos never been equolsw. a lor
House. Painlirur. )oba, sustlasa ineclanirs only .ill be
ful lire. ULrooa con detfld uoon MV flsbttHuU
every ordee on the Mots acientsfsc basis known to tbe
SIONPAINTING AND LETTCKINO
DepartsKtt UI lie twreaaneeSly presidesl over by Mr
Usocul&riUTMCVK (tssrlsWr CMsuswnt .nnereswry)
P. S. Swd fur sUssoM at reeacos far cei&nis and
ournfae. weasslitise new; and If yoe) aM aayCtas
put ta, uii Miss. '
"XWBM" tfAIXt MWJTsT,
No. t Kim Srrsmr.,
HAMDURO-MAQDBBURO PIRB INSUR
attce Companr of H.mbars;.
Huilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
In.ured again.! Fire on the mo.1 r.Torable terms, l
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of Berlin.
I SCHAKFKR cV Co, AGEXTS
The aliove Insurance Conipany has established a
General Asenev here.
Agency nere, ami tn
and the undersigned, General
Airents. arttauthorited Id take risks against thadaneets
11 id take n
uf the Sea at the most reasonable rate and on the
most favorable terms.
OHBMEN DOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
r. A. SCHAEFER V Co , A&ntt
Also agents for the
Dresden Hoard nf Underwriters.
Vienna Hoard of Underwriter!.
For the Hawaiian Idinds,
GERMAN LLOVD MARINE INSURANCE
Conipany of Betlln,
'. A, SCAEEE V C.. ACRXTS.
he alo Insurance Company ha estal IMie! a Gen
era) Aeencv here, and theaUis-entirnei!. (.enera) Atrmts.
are auiiioried to take KUks aKiinst the dangers of the
easai ine moi reasonable lates. anu on tne most i.v
HAMBURC-DREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
. A, SCAEEEE & Ce.fAGEXTS.
rlhe alnve firm having beet appointed agent of this
company are irrcpaied to Irstire risks agilnst fire on
fttotie amt iirick innidings ami on Alercliamlist: stored
therein, on the mot favorable terms. For Particular
apply at their office. i
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
A HACKEEIO A CV., Aftnts.
Capital and Reserve. ..... Reichsmark fi.otxi.ooo.
their Kcinsurance Lompanie " 101,650,000
Total t i ..iReiclismark 107,650,000
Hie Agents of theabeve Company, for the Hawaiian
lands, are nrcmred to Insure IJuiMIntrs. Furniture.
Merchandise and iVoduce, Mailiinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice .Mills, and vcusets (n tha liarbor airalnst luss
or damage Ly fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
company m tne united states.
Policies Issued on the tnont FaroraUte Terms
KXAMPLK 0; NON-rOKriUTURS fLAN i
Insured age 35 earsordiairy life pUn :
1 Annual premium continues Policy 1 years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, is '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, si '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy S years, 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears.6 H
Assets, - $J3,n00t000.
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Iusnranoe Co
Sahscrlhed Capital - - - - $.1,000,000
The abme Company have now established an agency
heie, and are irepared to take risks 011 prop
erty of every description within thew
J. T. WATURHOUSK, Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
If ILDER & Co., AGEXTS,
Istracst, Safest and most Economical Life
insurance Comiwii In the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further information concerning the Company,
and for rates of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J. E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent. 1
NORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
A trACKFELD & Co., AGEXTS,
Capitaland Reserve , .,t,.Reichsmark 8,8jo,coo
" their Ke-InsuranceComjianics, " 35,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, ate prepared to insuro ltuildings, Furniture,
.usiviuiiiuiis, usiu ivuu.c, sius.iiiiici y. ciw kimj ukm
anil Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage ov tne, on tne most lavorabie terms.
T50STON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
L. tiliHII UK O CA,
Agents for til. Hawaiian Islands. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. JIKSH'JIK & Co..
Agents for th. Hawaiian Islands. 1
SCHWEIZERISCHB LLOVD RUCK VER
slcherungs Cesellscbaft of Wlnterthur.
It. 1IACKFKLD & Ce., AGKXfS.
Capital of the Company.,,. .. .francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are lircnared to Insure Uuildincs. Furniture.
and Rice Mills, and veiuU in the harbor, against lots
or damage by nre, on the most favorable tcruu. 1
R1TISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company. (Limited)
TlEO, II, DAVIES, AG EXT
The above aeent hat received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
I'oits In the Pacific, and it now prepared to issne poll
cies at the lowest rales, with a tpeciil reduction on
ireifini per steamers. w i
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company
8S0P& Co,, AGENTS
aSTAHSHEO 1 3 JO.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders
Assets .... 9l-.ajri.ioo
Reserve.,.. . .,.... ,ma
incumr roa tin''
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance.. ............... .... $ S3HN
Low promptly adjusted and paid here. t
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
or Son Francisco,
CASTZ.X cV COOKE, AGSXTS.
T UBRICATING OILS.
W. desire lo call attention to the line slock of OILS
which we now have on hand, comprising
the following J
Frosk SsseursnOU, In ejttnnUUsM to omit
Lard Git, In barrels and cases
C linder ml. In barrels and In cases I
Castor oil, (two qualities,) In COM
Paraifio. ou. In barreU ;
A cheap ankle for lighiruuning machinery, aruL for
most uses, fully equal to the more .epensive oils.
MS ALSO Htxr IM STOCt
SKIDGATE OIL, In coses.
This oil b mode (rum shark's livers, and Is fully equal
to lard, and Is much cheaper
DARK LUUKICATINO OIL, to Limit ;
Jmt the thing for Sosr Mills, Cane Carriers and Carl,
or any slow moving mashiiscry, and al half the
prke of the expensive sen now In use.
In addition to above, we keep
Kerosene Oil Downer's, Noonday, Lutrat,
Neots-fuK Oil, boded end raw;
Unseed Oil, la siuaalilles to suit,
And of th. best qualities. Also, usnsUJHly on hand,
In (41 and dry, and WktU Oessi etssel Mint, of
deferent qiuutses. Just leesine!
sus its. thlsur lu ail Hda grass.
PLOW'S AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of .very daacnelou used 00 a rUnlattoo.
IENCK WIRE AND HARDWARE of all kUd
ttninttnily os) ksVod anst foe ialt (ebessp (ty
Cor. Kk sosi rott If, H jti.lssW
U W. SEVERANCE,
3tfi CALtroRNiA St., Cal.. (Room No. 4)
UAWAtlAX COXHVL A VOMMISSiOX
TTARNDBN A Co
ttt Sansom St t Nra CAUronNtA, 9. F
OKXEItA 1.1'UiWltAStXU A UEXTS AXII
VommtsMlnn Merchant!. i
PRANK II. AUSTIN Co,,
Orrics No. to Caliiornia Stsbit, S. F.,
COMMISSIOX A0KXT.1 ,t VOHtrA lin
Consignments from the Hawaiian lilandi desired.
Tli. I irlcee warrantnl and sales guarsnleed. 4
-sllARLBS BREWER ft Co.
7 Kimv Smrisr, Hoston,
AHKXTS OV 1IAHAIIAX VACKKTS,
Oeiieral Comintaalan Agent,
Special attention glren lo the purchattng of foods (r
Ih. Hawaiian trade, r reiaht at lowe.l rates. t
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
to,ouo Pianos; 1,000 Organs ! utehalfj Imyofth.
mamiracturers 1 from s 10 Sioc; ca.h, rent,
or installments cataloKties free.
ANTISEI.L, corner Mattel an.1 Powell, San Fran-
ALMER ft REV,
SCOTCH TYPE rOtmSEM.
The largest anil
lest ami only complete Type Foundry and
'rlnters' Warehouie on lh Pacific Coast.
ks and 007 LeldesdorrT and
St Commercial strcts,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
We keep on hand iho largest stock of American Fancy
Type ever kept on this coa.t, together with a
most complete Mock 01 Miller K trich
ord's Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything In the Printer's lino,
from a Ilodkln to a Cylinder Press. We have a larg.
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all makrs and .ires. We are sol. agents for
Campbell's Cylinder Preues, Cornell and
llaUock Presses! also Peerle.n, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Waih
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Ilaxter ttenm engines, which or. Just the thing for
printer., Tuerk Water Moters, Gem Paper Cutters,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookblmlets'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered Ih. best in
use. Ilava you used our Perfection platesT
Ihey save editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore saw money.
rSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE,
Rbmkmhbr -No house on this coast can compete willt
us In quality of goods. dr
Chicago office 17 Monro, str.et.
M. CARTER & CO.
No. 82 Kinn Stroot, Honolaln,
NKTAII. DKALBRS IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED.
a We would notify the public, and housekeepers lu par
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale. In quantities
to suit purchasers and at latest rates, fuel, as follows!
HARD AND SOrr WOOD,
Cut any Lengths ;
n. s. w. r.wuasn.B coal.
SCOTCH I'rtAI. n.l ik.
CELEIIRATEI) WELLINGTON MINE
DKI'ARIURK HAV COAL, '?
The above can be ordered bv TeleDhon. or otharwls.
ami linmedtale delivery guarantee!.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. oj
w also mir im stock
HAV. OATS Cahfoenla and New Zealand !
IIARI.EV-Whole and ground ;
WHEAT. CORN-Whole and oackedj
URAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order the above through Telephone No. 30s,
AKU w WA.IANT
Quick Dollworr ui mu Wolnat.
ORDERS KKOM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Era. Delivery la All Pans of th. City.
BssmotnW, No. 88 Kia atrt.
TntsrHONi No. yoj. ijj
pNTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner uf Queen and Edinburgh streets, Huoolulu,
H. . AONEW, PaoreisToe,
Informs Ids friends and th. public generally that k
ruvs openeu ousuiesa at use auove siana anu rsss
road, comulct. srrangeraeats for a
txsniuiisou. supply of
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