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ti.f to tl JA ecevsrsMwe to lM iVwIkhWxv
.I.V lt.l I'lllHXD.
In ami Amnml "risers.
It ray Intenlisvn lo my something more
admit San Francisco ami lite lliwHtlnla people
lu l unit there they aie Irs lw en erer) hre
-lnit as your trpilar cotrtmilent, Atlol
ihui, leaves little to lie W, I will Imse? this
rt ol the programme to him, ami invite the
reader to accompany me on a trip to Santa
Out, almut ninety miles smilh of the city.
The 3: JO A.M. ferry Ixut took in (Mr. Kilfjar
llattteatl, of Wakilua, ami I) across the lay to
AlameiU point, ami a few momenti after land
ing wc were being whirlril over the South
Pacific Coast Kailrivul (narrow-gaiiRe) toward
our destination. Passing throm-h the town
and tubuiltt of Itcautifitl Alameda ami a suc
cession of invalid stations, we were soon rid
ing over the tide land near the head of the
hay. The tide was out ami wc tushctl over
innumerable mull sloughs tshosc bottoms
were ctneresl with muil and frequently over
broad strip of water, crowd by swinging
bridges, up which the llat-lxMomed, square
liowcil, schooner or sloop-riggeil scows work
their way to the farming country farther in
land, to transport tlie grain, hay, and other
crops to the metropolis. A few wild ducks
and other game birds were seen in the
marshes, and wc occasionally noticed boats
and hunting dogs at small stations erected
specially for the uc of sportsmen.
In a little lime wc found ourselves In a farm
ing country, and green fields and blooming
orchards lined cither side of the track.
Farmers were at work plowing, sowing and
harroning new fields, and rolling the)oung
grain that was already alwe ground. Kvcry
thing seemed strange after a residence in the
land?, atthough accustomed lo such rural
scenes from childhood. The plowman, the
farm buildings, the fruit trees, were as inter
esting as if never seen before. Hut wewerc
not permitted to gaic long upon any one spot.
The panorama changed its scenes with the
rapidity of the wind. The air grew warmer,
the sky clearer, the winds ami fogs of the lay
were left behind, and we found it comfortable
to relieve ourselves of the heavy overcoats v
necessary in San Francisco. Ilroail vistas of
country were now spread before us stretches
of cultivated valley land, of hill and wild
mountain the latter half veiled by a soft
cerulean luxe. San Lcandro, Alvaradu,
Newark and other towns had been left liehind,
having lcen dismissal with only passing
glimpses, and we found ourselves at Santa
Clara. Through the trees could le seen a few
adobe houses with their red-tiled roofs, erected
by Ihc Mexicans when the state was newer,
which, with the missions scattered along the
ovist, are the only links that bind California's
present to the past. It is odd but plcisant to
see anything that is not after the strictly
modern type Hut the engine's Ixrll rings and
wc arc off again. In a few minutes vvc arc at
San Jose, the garden city of California. The
railroad runs along the edge of the town, and
wc arc permitted to sec very little of the old
capital through the trees.
After leaving San Joc it is but a short time
until we are in the hilts, past the little town of
Ik Uatos, and winding along the banks of
the stream bearing the same name. The
vegetation changes, the trees arc different.
The white oaks of the valley give place to a
smaller variety ; alder and willow and climb
ing vines fringe the banks of-the creek whose
crystal waters How along through the winding
rows of green so quietly and gentlythat you
would almost expect an alogy for every
rippling musical sound it makes in its granite
bed. Heautiful wild flowers white, blue,
)elIow and pink flowers crouch amid the
(xvison oak and the hazel or lift their welcome
faces aliovc the sea of waving grass. The
fragrance is delightful. The Hawaiian
woods, beautiful as they are, cunnot compare
with it. Kven the smell of Ihc coal smok
from the locomotive could not keep it from
stealing into the cars. The mountains grow
higher and the woods and underbrush thicker.
Above 11s, climbing at a steep grade to the
summit, can lc seen the old stage road over
which the writer traveled several times before
the iron horse ventured to enter the home of
the lcar and the deer. Suddenly it Iwcomes
as dailt as Erebus. It is the first of the many
tunotli to be passed through before reaching
Santa Crui. In a moment it is light again.
Another and another is shot through. Pre
sently lamps are lighted in the cars, although
it is broad dav light. Wcareat the entrance
of one of the long tunnels. The train never
slackens its speed, but we are nearly sis
minutes In passing through. This would be a
'iavotite route for spooney young couples were
It not for the lamps being lighted. The short
tunnels are popular, however, but are not to
We are now in the heail of the redwood
twit. Giant trees stand In unbroken phalanx
on the mountain side, rank succeeding rank
from base lo summit. An occasional pine or
fir lifts its crest aloft to mingle Its plumes with
the waving boughs of the cvcr-vcidant red
wood, and, like trusty comrades, stand sentry
along the litw of the railroad. The red
barked madrono and the bucket t, just bursting
Into leaf with the advent of spring, grow side
by side. The laurel folds its leafy garment
closely about it to nuke room for the ambi
tlous young redwood seeking to attain the pro.
rtions of Its prostrate sire, now moldcring
on the earth. Ths branches of the chestnut
ml, front which hang long festoons of SlunUh
moss, reach down to (end a helping hand to
the wild blackberry ami other sines. Kvcry
member of the v cgctablc kingdom seems to l
on the best of terms with its neighbor. Kvrn
the alder ami the elder are rubbing note
across Ihc purling waters of Zayantc creek,
neat whose banks wc are now rushing along.
To Ihc right, on the pjuic tide of the San
Lorcruo livcf, ! the little town of Fclton, and
a shrill whittle froiu the engine tells us that
we are ncartng the Hig Trees. Hut even these
monsters do not detain us. Another stictch
of forest, another tunnel, and we arc JckCcvl
Ing Into the level valley of the river anil tilling
lato the suburbs ol Santa trur. Hut we have
one more tunnel Al soon u the tight of day
greets us again ihc train stops and we arc In
Saeta Ctui the city of the Holy Cross. This
charming place Is situated much like Honolulu,
oa a level strip of land between the mountains
and the sea-shore. There Is an air of comfort
about the town, and It Is mote lively than
Honolulu. It U a favorite retort for people-
(rooi the cities In Ihc tsimmct and from the
east in the winter. The rmhtim is about
si thousand, but In the summer time the
visitors sn el I it to mice that number. When
the bathing season opens, hundreds of people
of both setes may be seen sporting on the
breakers. Here takes pkscc daily the largest
mislnte of salt ami sweetness (ktrs) to be
wnnrwesi cm tn racitrc coast. I lie moun
tains are tramped over by hunters, the streams
ami the wharves are lined with anglers, ami
the hesmlful valleys are filled with campers.
The summer season is a long May day. Hut
we have no time to linger) no time to visit
Kagle Cilen, the Natural Hridge, Isatiel drove,
the Light House tieach and other points of
interest. After a hasty lunch a few former
schoolmates were visited. There was only
time for a brief word of greeting and a briefer
farewell. In one hour from the time we
reached Santa Crui we were on our way back
to San Francisco. Invitations to remain were
declined most reluctantly. It was only an
aggravation, after so long an aliscnce, to lie at
the door of an old home and not able to enter
in. Three years ago the writer visited Santa
Cm and hail only time lo remain one dayj
this time it was one hour j if they continue to
grow shorter in the same ratio the next visit
will have to be made by telegraph. Hut a
promise to visit San KafacI the following day
made an immediate return imperative. Wc
reached San Irancisco and the fog about 5
r. M,, feeling much licttcr for our trip of
nearly two hundred miles. KeoKI,
Tulare, May 31, iSSj.
TIIK TltK.tTV AXI) Sltll'flMI.
The Oaicttc makes an excellent point in
favor of the continuance of the treaty by show
ing that " During the year I SSj no less than
twohundml and fifty-eight steamers and mer
chant vessels arrival at the various harliors of
the Hawaiian Islands, making a gros tonnage
of one hundred and seventy-two thousand six
hundred and nineteen. Of these vessels, cnt
hunJrtd ai:J ttvtnly-nint were American, with
a gross tonnage of one knnJrtJ ami tmt
thcttuxihi Jivt hundred and ninety-one tons.
This is no small amount for the carr)ing trade.
The goods that w ere shipped away from here
were mostly taken by American vessels. An
other thing that must be considered in the
record of these vessels is, that those one hun
dred and seventy-nine voxels do not entirely
represent the full amount of American capital
invested in shipping trading with these islands.
A large number of tons might lie added, were
we to reckon those v essels, fljingthc Hawaiian
flag, which are owned by Americans and
officered by Americans." And it goes on to
show that "During thesn j cars that the Re
ciprocity Treaty has Iieen In operation a large
amount of the money made in sugar or rice has
flowed back into the pay rolls of many a manu
facturer in the United States. Our merchants
have given orders and have paid cash for no
less than ten steamers ranging from six hun
dred tons to one hundred tons, and sixteen
schooners averaging one hundred tons apiece.
The San Francisco merchants, during the same
period, have built for the Hawaiian trade ten
vessels with an average of three hundred tons.
All these vessels have been built on the Pacific
Coast, cither at San Francisco or Pugct Sound.
Larger investments in shipping have been made
than these: the Oceanic Steamship Company
have had built in the shipyards of Philadelphia
two handsome steamers, the Alameda and the
Mariposa, for each of which $500,000 has been
cxcnded. These vessels are Intended for the
trade between this port and San Francisco.
The same company, we arc informed, arc
having built a. steamer, for the inter-island
trade, which is to be nine thousand tons bur
den. The Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company are aLo hav ing a new steamer built."
All this activity in ship building has come
directly from the treaty, and nearly all has
directly lienefitol Americans j merchants, ship
builders and the travelling public j all of whom
are largely Americans.
ran iruoM tr co.WKitxs.
J. J. L Wc must have references lie.
fore weean print your communication. We
don't know anone of )our name.
Young Hawaii. The quotation is fnun
James Kussel Lowell's poem on the Capture
of Certain Fugitive Slaves near Washington,
and is as follows :
lite traitor to humanity is th traitor moat secured
Mn U tnor than constitutions.
Ilirdie Hrce. We cannot tell jou why
it is that " a )oung man and a young woman
will sit for hours and hours together, in a par,
lor, without saying a word ; while, when it is
time for him to leave, they will stand an hour
talking earnestly on the front veranda, in the
stilt, pneumoniae air." Ask the Hulletin.
Adjutant. llecausc they are prettier, not
lccausc they taste licttcr.
Dude ou have been righteously "writ
ten up" by another hand ; but we shall be
glad lo hear ou in self-defense.
Journalist. A journalist docs not use the
editorial "wc" when he means himself. He
does not use " ourself." When he expresses
the collective vv isdom of his newspaper shop,
he properly uses the plural "we"; but he
never employs it in writing local items. More
over, he has so modest an estimate of his own
abilities tliat he ratcly refers to himself as a
Enquirer with 'an K. You will not find
that fable in slCsop. It was written by a saint.
This it is i "A coon Imagined himself a fox and
tried to make tcrmswithau earcl in order to cir
cumvcnl a hen root. Hut the wcaicl was not
to be caught asleep ami replied I don't like
chicken..' 'Then' I must lie a pig,' said the
coon." Thete It no moral to this. It Is Im
moral. Good F.nglish. Your know ledge of the pro
piieUc of capilalUation Is commensurate with
vour common sense. IJch it equal to jour
mental acumen. All three are a trifle less
than nil. We capitaliic proper nouns only,
If the " king " (meaning King An)lwdy) is a
proper noun, then the " scribbler " (meaning
Scribbler Nobodv) Is a proper noun. The
name of the occupation which lepresentt it is
no more a pinvr noun than ate the pronouns
he, she ami it.
Mr. Thomas Woolner ha just completed
two important works, a statue of the queen
and a Inist f the incmicr. The former, in
tended foe the Ilitminghara Town Council
chamUr, tciuucnts her majesty as she looked
thirty) cars ago standing erect, with folded
arms and wearing a tiara. The bust of Mr.
(JLuIstone U carved out of marble sent from
Athens for (he purpose by the Greek nation.
1 1 '
The wonderfully rapid dcvcloment of Aus.
Italia is suttceslol by Ihc announcement that a
lady who enjoyed the distinction of being the
oldest native, ami who was horn just after the
establishment of the patent colony of New
South Wales, died on January 30th, in her
ninety-fifth )r. Whin she first opened her
eyes, the total while population of the "island
continent lust exceeded one thousand ; now- it,
numbers three millions.
HONOLULU, H. X., SATURDAY, JUNE 1G, 1SS3.
D W, LAINB.
r (it uisio.i:ii ' di:i:ds
lor ihc Seats of California, far lh Hawaiian Islands,
and General Aeent tor the Pacific Mutual Lift In
aranre l ,rrrpany of la rtfurrrks. 1 i
' TXTILLIAM O SMITH,
I .ttroitxr.r at .hi.
Ij Menchait Sraarr, HnMcrti'Lt-, en
VXT R. CASTLB.
.irrtntxrv .it ,nr,
And Notary Public Attends alt the Courts of ihe
! FnttT 8Trr. llomsMtt, 1
.1 rmii.vnr ,t 1 iiussi:u.oit .1 r i.a h:
rRS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
OrricK consul. Four Attn nenTsii Srs..
svitiir.ox.s A.vit iiunii:itTiiiv
OftVeHours-UnliloA. St., am! (rem t-juniU-jo-J r w.
NO. A. HASSINOBR.
litTkaiort Orrifit, ItotmiiLL'.
toKxr to T.iiei: AritXMru'.imu-
iiirntM tn Cnf,rrlrsVir lMlnr, 3
TNO. S McGRHW, M. D.
J riirmciAX mitt .sfwff.ur,
lloul street, Itlwren Fort runl Alakm xrcrts
From 7 to to a m , 1 to 4, ami 6 to 8 p. m.
iilf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
llosoit'Lv, Oaiiv, H. !.,
xota 11 r I'VniAVAXn r s.iso.v;t
For the Slates nf t'otif.jrnia and New Vorl. Offieo
t the liank of llithop A Co, i
O M. CARTER,
HONOU'LI', II I ,
AnnxTTo tai-i: .ivKxinn.r.imi:.
tnrnlm In Cnntnirlt lu Ijiltnr.
Office al Pacific Mail Straimhlp Docl, F.tptarnJe. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
IIONOLlLt', II. I.,
iiv.xtai. noojis ox rmtr srur.r.T.
OtTice in Itrewer Mock, comer Hote ami Fort
Streers, entrance on Hotel Street t
T B. EMERSON, M. D.
HoNoLutr. H I ,
I'llVfilClAX AXII .NfKO.'d.V,
TELErilOMt NrtlRKK 14Q.
Office hours from 8H to 10H a. m.; 1 H to sM pw m.
Office anil residence number 1, Kulcul street,
corner Fnrt street. i
T YCAN A JOHNSON,
105 and 107 FoRT .Stkrct,
lmitrlrrn ami JlrnUrm tit ittl l.huta of
Jltmlr llninln, I'tlltejl llnntlit,
Fumirure, Chairs, Scwng Machines Mirrors and
Mirror Plates 1'idure Frames and Cornices made to
order. 13; )T
C BREWER A COMPANY,
Griirrat Mrrrtinlllttiitil VtintiittttiUiit Ayrnln
Quxkn Stbiet, Honoli-u.'.
Officers P, C- Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treaMircr and ecretary. Directors :
lions. Charles R. Iliihopand 11. .V P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. iaS
.Si, Cfirirner, ,Smii- Jttihrr unit OtiitKri
No. 9 Qoekx SrrtET(belotr Honolulu Iron W01U)
P T. LENEHAN A Co.
Niuanu Street, Honolulu.,
IMI'OIITHUS AXI) COJ.1ASO.V .;
JW1RS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 rosy Street, Honolulu.
fasmoxahia: iuh:ss axi cloak.
VJlfM. C, IRWIN A Co.
ItONOLl'LU, II. 1.,
sva.iii I'AuroitH axu vommi.isiox
CLAUS SPRECklLS. I WM. o. IRWIN.
T-ILLINGI1AM A Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, Honolulu,
HIVIUITKIIS AXIt DKA l.r.llS JX II A ltl
, icii-e, Ctttlrrtl, Tint!,
Paints and Od and General Merchandic I
A W. PIERCE A Co.
Honolulu, H, I.,
siur vii.ixiir.Kits axii voumi.ssiox
Agents for Ilrantrs Guns and Bomb Lances and Per.
ry Davis Paut Killer. 1
T AINE A Co.
Honolulu, II I.
COMMI.SSIOX MKIICUAXT.'i IMIHUt-
term ttttil Itealerm In
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
M E. MclNTYRE A BROTHER.
Core King and FoktSts., Hokolvli,
fiitocHitr axu ; .stoiii:.
IT HACKFELDA Co.
Qieen Street, Honoliu, II I,
UKSIlllAI. VOMMIXSIOX AUKXrs. 1
CD. HOPFSCHLABGER A Co.
HOhvlOLU. Oahu. II. I.,
IMVOHTKHS AXI COMMIStlOX .lKf.
P A. SCHAEFER A Co.
HoROLiLi, Hawaiian Islamus,
iMVOUTKHH AX1 CO.IJ.SSO.V MKIt
ILDER A Co.
Cor. Fort au Queen St., Hokolvli .
LVMIIKII. I'AIXTM. OILS, XAII.S,
anil llttltiltna Material uf reery kltnl, 1
P P. ADAMS,
Quekn Street, IIoj.iu.ixi,
t limit, 1
A S. CLEGHORN A Co,
lurORTEIS AMD IlCAUIBS IN
Comer Quun and tvaarmounu Slmis lloriulula.
TOOLLES A Co.
Qvexn Street, IIonolllu, II. I.,
Mini' ciiAxm.mts axi) ioiiMi!sio.
Importers and Ilealcrs Ut General Mentunditc. r
JNO. II. BROWN,
' IOJ IllUETARIA STSrST.
i ,v.i i'kvto it o ir : u 11 t a x n
Orikrs call be left u I he Police Station.
-ILT F. BURGESS,
CAUI'KXTKU ami IU'lUIKIt.
A3 kinds of Jvtbbig pruulr aiicivtid to.
Telephone Ny. 130, MltUsauon's lUpreu OAxt.
Shut, No. I4 KIa- striei. i4
A FRANK COOKb,
acest ro tut rosuniNo (osstees
WAII KLF., MAtOU),
GtlN ilLGEl., KALUJiA, sud
FLAG iKeJui Ulut lUt QtU txcmr vt
CJueea and Nuaa iustu
TWJ S. GRINUAUM A Co.
Manse's IlLncrt, IJt ns Stuistt, '
IMfOltrmts AXI) II IIOIASSAI.Ii ))t!AI I
rr la lleneral .ffrr rittrnffsr, f
jWt S. GRINBAUM A Co.
l Laiifim St , 5i Francikii,
ninn'Aiiitixa axii om m i s iox
Special faeilWes far and partknUr alltnttoi patd to
eonslfnnNHHs or I stand fvodnee. e
No. tn I'nttT Stnarrr, Honoli ir,
ii.trcii.HAitiiii, .mirm.Kii, umiii.i.
rr, ilif Dlaninnit .seller.
Ml orders tarthraNv tnrlet 3e
T AWRBNCE A FREETII,
Pttm and rrimatee faraiakarf rW U'nrtre eX CTmi.
trueiton, Uiil KrtjmHr and Survejlna. Offir,
corerof lUtekaoxlla and Ktlaooi rtMi, rwst iloor
corner of lUtelutoxiU and Km
10 Wtdeavann's bttett warerMnw,
r. (i. lias tot,
No, 11, KurTSrrrnstirnl'ANTiiESiN Starlm.
nooTAXI) XIIOHMAHIilt. IHIOT1 AXI)
Shnrj inaite In tiriter.
Of best material al reasonable prices, ami foi cash, t
TTOLLISTER A Co.,
WriOIRaALK AND UfTAIL
1)1! MOISTS AXI) lOIIACCOXlSTS,
No. so Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II. I, 1
No. it NrmANu SrREsr, Hondlllu, II. L,
I'nirtlcal I'himticr, (la fitter ilntl Cnl
lertntth. Panicut-ir attentmn psid tp the Mlinir tip of ihe
Springfrcld Cat Machine. 1
HorrLSTeEET, Honolulu, It. I .
Dealer lu l.aille anil tleiitleiaea Stiue
I"rr mv store, after one transaction 10U will lie sure
to ootne acaln. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
..11 f IHIKIXH
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No 4 sMewiantStrfrt, Hosolult. H. I ,
(ofFOSITR MILOR'4 home.)
vv.sTo.u hoot axi .N;(;.n.iii'i:;.s,
(x. wotk: low nrice. Ketia trine t'oi.e uith neat-
tit and tint sated.
P H. OEDING,
ilrH'r and Itratmtm,
Freight, I'ackagtt, and Uiuftage delivcrc.1 toniul from
all parts of Honolulu ami vicinity. Cartful at
tcntion t-aid to morint; Furniture, with
WARONS T.XI'HESSLV FOR till: PURPOSE
1 cihorra C6 ; rcMdence 135 lunchbowl Mrrct.
Office E6 KInff street. i.-5-tf
CEE HOPP & Co,
37 Maunakea street.
Cftrjtrntrr t'urudnrrt Itcntrr,
Hotl5c4 built and the rcnalrini? of houses attended to.
Term nuxlerate. 1 -1 y
TWT PHILLIPS & Co.
flit tVJiolrntllr Itttrrm tn C7f.(ii(. llooln,
Shoes Halt, Men' Furniihing (JooU,
Fancy Goods, etc
No. 11 Kaaliumanu street.
I),teaesof Hotms and other domesticated AnmiaK
treated in the mKi practical and Kientillc manner.
DISRATE DP Ttllt HOOP A SPEC! ALT..
Residence 8 Fort street. HohoIuIu. u here all order
Itfi w til receive j-rgnipt attention. -t
Hqnou Lt( H. I.,
aitoci:itv, iei:i axu vnovisiox
Wuuld liLe head of families, board tnchouie keeneri
and others to know that he at all time sell at price.
lone4of the low. Order solicited and gooji prompt!)
delirrred in any part of the city vr subutl. Number
109 rvinff street, DetMeen Alakeaand rort Ms. it-tm
17-ILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 66 MERCHANT STREKT, HONOLULU.
(Established In 1879.)
Sugar Plantation. Railroad, Telephone and other
t-orporaiton aiocits, uonos ana similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
HoikJuIii, H, 1 , October 1st, i83i, tio-tf
rASTLE & COOKE.
HU. 00, KING antEKT, IKtKOLtlLV, II I.
tStitpittitf mot C'i.iMiUfni JlrrrtunttM.
Importers and Dealers In
The Hiuhcucl.& Company's Plantation.
Inn Alexander & llalufttn Plantation.
K. llahtead, orWaialoa Plantation.
A. II Smith ft Cumpany, Kotos, Kauai
J M. Alexander, llaiVu, .Maui,
fhe Haiku buear ComnaDy
'the Kohala. Sugar Company
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Llle Insurance Co. of Boston.
ine uiaice nianuiactunnr lorapaur ol uoston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrtfucal Machinal.
The New Yotk and Honolulu Packet Lhie.
Tne Merchant s Line. Honolulu and Sau Francisco
Dr. Jaynes & Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox At Glbb's, Sineer Manufacturing; Company
wuceier a. wusuns fewinc macnj,ies. lj
pHARLES T. GULICK,
Ar.EfcT TU TAS.E Al-KHtiWt EDflSIENTS TO LstlOE
GKNKAL ItUSlNKSS AOP.Nr.
OiTkv in Mackee's Block at comer Queen and Kaahu.
manu tftrecu, notwiuiu. sly
it Kinrf btreet.
Tin, t'vpiier, ami Sheet. Iran U'viker,
I'lumUnc, gas fittinic and all or k in ray liue piomi'ly
atltudcu la '1 crms nKjdrrale.
KtmemLtr the adJresa, ojUMre th. Police Maiion,
M Kins street, luj-tm
O J. LEVBV & CO.,
Ilhi'lrtille unil Itttilll (llnrei,
Fort street, Honolulu.
i'reh eroeeries and rosiilons of all kinds on hand and
rrceissd rezubuly from I- urorw and America olilch
ill L sold at the Lswe mailrt lal.t-
(loods delitered la any )tstt ut the sny tree of charge.
iiMu.,r wmicucm .ana ryrpmiJt aiicmion UI lye
liven to Ihe saiac. lls.iy
JLT0UG LEONG & CO.,
NitAM'SlRrsT, Cor. Marine,
.leufi fur Muaiiul Suaarf I'alatna liter
And Kailti like llanlalkat and lill uj-iy
THEO. II. DAVIBS A Ca,
(Lsie Iasiuk. Crsen & Co.)
iuitiirt:ii, touMiMia.y miuiviiaxi
ami Aaent fur
Uord's ind the Liverpool Underwriters.
UnfUli and Folilgn Marin Insuranc. Company,
And Northeru Assuranc. Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON & Ca.
luronrsis ai Drslars ih
uiMTit, siioki, rVHxmiusa tioom,
Hal0,l'ai, Trunk; t'utlte;
Vt faraerv anj Soira. U'ahkaoi U'atLhM. Tin tt.
thy, etc., cur U Fort and Merchant streets, lion,
ftluin, II. I, 1
-IITAILUKU POI f ACTORV,
Wailieu, Mill, II I .
lien lMiillla nf Valnl Manufacture,! Cuii'
lUHffsf, Alt reftf,Q4 uh dusosiA.
B. H. BaJlty,
No ay MrrtctiANr Strert, Hiintilllu, II. I ,
1.111'oiirnitH or nnxr.itA i. mi) ;;,!.
nri I'ntne; llnnlamt,
Owtissiiy ami its L'nknt Slslea. t
t0 ANOftsCAIIPIiRNtA ftTtaRT, t F,,
ti'imiAisA 1.1: iiiioonit.
l'trtttalsr MMsMlon paid In fining ami shipalnf Is-
WILLIAMS A Co.
re ANti 104 1'iirrr Strert,
I'lioroait.iviim a ttrisi.H,
rtttute of all rim and kinds usStle to ortln, and
ItsMMM of all deeTl4rom romtsnlly on halwl Ahw
L.onu, 9M1M and Inthrsltles or Ihe I'arilK i
A LLBN A ROBINSON,
HliNuLt'Ll . II. I ,
Dealer In l.iiialier ami all klml nf Hull, I.
Inn Malei tat, I'.iIiiM, (UN, Xall, elf.,
Afents of athooners
HAleakala, Kulamanu, Kekaulughl, Mary Ellen,
Ultima, Pausht and Lealil.
l KoUnsm's VIrf. I
T YONS ft LBVBY,
Aiicltnneei ami fmiiMii.enn Merchant,
ItKAVFR ItLOtK, QvttM SrRr HdsoLI II .
Salerfof INirniture. Stork. Rent PttAie ami r.ent
Metthandl promptly attended to. Sole nsenls for
ttkasaritfaAH eartil I'liMi.n htaH.,4n,T!ak i I I
AmneAn and llurouean merchandise ( I. I.
lu J. lvey.
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
HONOLIU., It I.
'''" l.l. Jlttttaitf I.umh, I'oiilh
Coiyuntly on Iiand, and of cIiottet quality Tork
SntHanw, llulocnav etc . alwa)f on Iiand Our meats
are alt cut and put up In llaMeYn st)le. All orders
faithfully attended to. and delivered in any p.rt of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, Ulwten Union nnd fort
t-nrvei. 140-omj t, haui'I'a rrot1etor.
D. C. R0WE,
llotr.sn unit 'sltlX I'A IXTI'.ll,
Paper. Hakurh, ele,
107 Klnr street, Honolulu.
84 Klnf street.
t And Impeller of American Jewelry of every deserlp.
tin. (Formerly ol San FranciM-o, Lalifornia.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SlCCBflSOH. T Lewrh. & DlCKSOV,)
iMVomr.ns axii di:aia:iih ix iat.h
Oeraml all html f lliilhllna Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, It. I. 1
T? O. HALL & SON,
Corner Fort and Kino, .Streets,
IMVOUTI'.IIS, Dr.AIA'.ltS IX HAM)-
niirr, !( tloml, I'nlnt,
Oils and General Merchandise. t
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
LKATttim, nrnm, tallow, .i.v
Agent for the Royal Soap Company. No. 4a Queen
street. Honolulu, H. I. 9
"" C. COLEMAN,
IIovoLt'ur, II. I.,
ItUIVKSJIMTir, JiAaili.ViST, CAIt-
rtuyr Work, Home to .(,
! Vitation Machinery, etc. Shop oil King: street,
next to Catle & Cooke , 1
No. 8 rCaahutnanu street.
Tin, Copper and Slioet Iron "Worker,
SIUVW A.lJJ KM..1,S,
of all kind. Plumbers' stock ana mctaU, house fumUh
tngetxHl, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
J M. OAT & Co.
HuNOLLLl', II. I,,
sjrijtAKKiLs. rita.s or all ;-
icrli'thnnt tmnlrttml trMtf rrtl.
lioft in A. K. Cooke's new fire pjoof tijU-h;, foot ol
Nuuanu Street. a3
H0N0LU1.U, II. I.
I'O.VA'KK .STI2AM VAXIY MAXVrAC
turf 1111 llahrvy.
iVartical Confectioner, I'attry Cook and IJaker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
- ENGLING & Co.,
" No- 3 Ni'PAKP SrnitKT,
Tiss.it mis Asn riALuiucits, ;.!,.
rr In .StitrrM, JtittitffM, Ha, 3a
Waillku. .Mai'i, I, I.,
COMMJS.HMOS MKttCiiAST ASJ fJK.V-
erul Itrtttrr lit Jtry iiunlx.
Groceries, Hardwatc, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and UUuwarc. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
HOMIILU', IJ I.,
SniAM KSUISKH, llOILVAtS, SVOAIt
Ufjt. CiHtlrm, Irntt, Jtrimm
And Iead Ca&linirs. Machinery of everv dcivsTtlmrn
made tb order PartituUi attention isaid to -Shin's
lllat,kimtthltiir, lob work executed on the thoftctt no
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
.MfUHE It ?s 1 1 AKU MVKBT.
TAlLOUTSa OF EVmtY Il
.scription ttonv lo n.viY,.
Men's, boys' and youths' wotk. t;
Nuusntf IIuTsl. Stmurt.
JIKALS SJJtrt:i) AT AI4I4
ftOltl'H UJ IHtJ UtIJf,
SlJCCtal tcrmS fuT rtrcfublf IksrsJvrss. 'Ih nnr a.n!i.i.
U i-rtvat ruum in town for Ijtdies.
. biuiiucjEiaii, riWIICilsTH.
p H. NORTON & Co.(
No. 13 MatMAKKA STRtttCT,
ft ft mr ahttetnytShnfm trmuvnl uml ftlthtnit
uf Iirrk9iullh tVork-itattr lo untrr.
Parfl.iLra frr. . L t n est aarsfl my-mianet .trvei .. ,.,miiu,i
sss-ei H.as,w ... .S.v,si savil, UJ SXUIra,ITIl
nMfkmen, 11 bct horsetvhor In th country wmbi
f H. WILLIAMS,
lufphTIR AMtt IlRALKX IN
mtSirniK art:vt:itv in:.sruirriot
Aha VjJ'uUlrrrfuuU JffiiiHiiriirrr
t'urahure WaruiaOUaa No. iut Port atrt. U'.stt.
iJrop at old sUnd 01 1 lutct Street. AH orders promptly
AMOILIILI POI PACTORV. '
A. K. KUNU1.KE,, 1-nn.lelor.
IIEST I'Al Alpul up lourOer in any ul diwed:
bant, toll, or in kirnrk Orders Ihruuih Ihe MHue
sill have prwfute allenlkMi. syhelhcr lu. eilv ui it
parts tsf the islands. S,"3s
JOHN T. WATBRHOUSB,
J QlEIK SmRET. Ilownu'tv. II. I ,
IMI-Olirr.lt .I.ViJ DliAlA'.lt IX IIHX
tral MerrhaHilUe, i
T-LACSI FLAGS 1 1
In several tiats, AMLKICAN an.1 HAWAIIAN.
I'kuIiuT a IIIKUMb r'ws m1 Store.
P I. NICHOLS,
No. I04K Kf StMtT, llaxMl.tl,
mrir. Kxarxvmt axii ioxtuavtou
Y ike CuasnivsiiM U KaUreasit,
Mills. luaoWs, I,uo, WoJe and CWVmmUm
LniKtw, VUAKta sad Stpetyivtl KlUfes
f j Cut; YKm. 1 1
ISIIOP fi Co.
Itnrroitar. tl I ,
bnn F-cranaonih BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their stems In
MltqaRS M M HOI llLllll.llft SONS, larnilm.
IV ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION ol
London, ami their ttsnclies In
Ami traneact a general llankine Ituslnets. t
, CAMACHO, I'nfHtter,
No tn llmta Strect, HnnoiiLi', II I
Meat at all hliarn, ami the table apilleil
irlth the lien! the imnket aifnril.
'T'llOS. O, THRUM,
iMMKTisn and .MsNi'rAiri'RiNn
.sr.i rioxr.it, xi:ns .ttinxr, fitixrr.it,
llonkht inter, ele,.
And tniUlsher of the Ssi t rdav I'RKSs.and llnmiil,
an AlMaMtniut A,il, Merchant street. Heal.
er in lltw Slationer)', WrA; Music, Toy. and fancy
Goods, Port street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
OSRPH E, WISBMAN
lloviiiiai , II. I.,
itr.Ai, r.sTATi: niioiir.itAxi) i:mvi.o:
Rents Knoms, Cniues, Houses,and tells and leases
Real l:tale In all parti oflhe Kingdom. Kmplojmenl
foiind for tlff.se seekintr orl. in nil ihe various branches
01 uiisinc. connecteu un inee isunils. Iual docu.
menu drawn. Hills Cullecleil, Itotik. and Accounts kept
and general office work transacted Patronage tsuhciled.
-s W. MACPARLANRJ4 Co.
Cor Kunr and Qi 'en Streets, Hiivoli'li,
Immirter unit 'rntnilnlnn Merchant.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
rlSnn.i'.Z Co-'' Liverpool Line of Packets
The Walkanu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation. Hilo
Hakalau Plantation, Hilo
Mirlees, Talt & Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Putiloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
Imcorter and Draibr in
auisstr.tjti:, Mi:itni:x sn.rr.it rti-
tetl IVate, llracl.it, l'ae,
Kinfr's Comhuution Spectacles and Kseglasses,
Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Tramer, Pis.
tols oiuennolm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "Domestic" Paper 1'ashions.
Sole ngent of the univts-sally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 4sTort street Honolulu.
tm.iMPAtixi: ciDint MAXtrr.tcToitr,
Na (3 LlLIIIA STRFfT, Hn:i'Jl-i:LU.
Iliis henlih-imigorating Wsernge is for sale atoll the
lendini! saloons In the cit). Orders from the oilier
islands promptly attended to. 133
AWAIIAN INVCSlMr.NT AND AGKNCY
On FirsKtass securities, for lonj or short periods.
Appl) lo W I. RRP.I'.N, Manager fn Urn.
Office Ouecn Street, over G. W. .Macfarlane & Co.-48ll
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN 11UICK.
a. I'lxorjixcr it- Co.,
A'. jXmmanu Sir, tewMn, II. I.
Sole agents for these Islands. '1ie lies! cooking up
iarntus for the Plantation, Hotel or pntmly.
RANOKS & riXT.LUF.S such as
II lit Ifater llilller,
Ihate Jlar, IUe.,
Always in .lock.
Explicit directions fur setting up nccomiuuy every
Circulars and Prices on afflicalioit, m-ijr
I). Is". rVfl'., rnitirtrli:
Havinj purchased the Holcl-Street Market, I lake
plc-uurc in announcing that I will glie the business my
IwrsotuI arrenlion, and hn to supply Ihe wants of the
pulJicof Honululu in a taiUfactory manner.
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB,
OTHF.R KINDS OF M1-T FOR llli: TAIII.i;
ALWAVS tS HAKU.
I'ltoMi'r i)i:i.in:itr ma in:.
ORDT.RS TAKl'.N II V TI'.Li: PHON C
Tclkhkini, No. oS, 131
A COMPORTADLE HOME I "
The undcrti;tied has recently futed up
In elesant stsle. the iarce roomv Cottaee rormtrlv I
longing to Ihe Lemon estate, 011 Nuuanu street,
, beyond the Commercial Hottl premises,
iut in. pvrKe 01 cnnuucirng
A superior IrfslixlnK Hotuss.
The nameofthu pleasant retreat Is Ihe "Wlllli;
1IOUSK," It cannot be turpasied In the kingdom for
comfort and cleAnlines.
TIIK GROUNDS AHL bl'ACIOUS
and ornamented with shads iter.
Persons of respectability may alias's be Mire ofachcer
fill home there. A ttlttng.room is set apart foe the con
venience of guevls. A PI.W JIOUU ROOMS ARE
MRS. J. T Willi K, l-ioprieior.
XsTManyof our readers will rememW Mrs. While
as proprietor of the lud.ing house oil Purl IK.I, ad-
loitiingtne i-antneon maues, wnicr, was such a com.
lonaus riome unucr iter Management 1 1 syn
'HE E.VIL.S OF PAINTING
. .AHl .
" It Las been wkl with mush truth, too, thai house.
iinlin mbiht, with study and viulicment 'of lasle,
lesuro. Ill rank as a liUral an," lltri Mm1.
IWheving the above i L. true, A R, Kl'.KR Utnow
rsrgAnieu nis syslesn bl Wotklug lr,e bsulness In
HmmmIuIu. Inthe nrst place, be Iut sssmrcij llie services
of (hat uletvatnl anU, Mr Mai Kohh, furnmly til
San rramitcv, whose, wntk (it Ih, hues'
I'lii I n ami Deruralre ''T-II'inifnf,
Prsving, etc., is up lo the prswcnl lime unsunkws.1
aiHL on tltese Ulamls, has uever teen eiiuaiUsJ. Fsie
HrMlsllAinlllltf L,l Ini.l.u n.a.l..nL nclu lll !.
In future, iatruru caxi depend upas asy fulrtlliu
sery vilr on the inuss KlentUie basis known lathe
SIGN.PAINTING AND LETTERING
fsrKSrlMicnt wilt be trtnaikrsit!y presidesl osee ty Mr
t;oiu.StAlve)r (ulvw oumukaI lumsxesay)
1 R.Smi til itaSILrTat.ei e lnu-1 s.a .tl.. .. .,
csrnkes suswiMiif new; and if sshi waai sy tiU
"T1UKH" VAIST DtUUK,
Nu. 74 Kim Strut
AMBURO-MAODRBURO FIRE INSUR.
ance s.ompany or Hamburc.
lluililinir. Merchandise, I'urnttute snd Machinery
InMirevl aiainit Fire on Ihe mon favorable terms, I
FOKTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of Berlin.
' A SCIiAKFKK Ct AGKXTS
Hie ahoe Insurance Company, has established a
General Aeency here, ami the undertone)!, lleneral
Aeenls, r aulhnrtred to tke risks against the dangers
of Ihe Seas si the most reasonable rates and on Ihc
most ratorable terms.
rjRBMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
'. A. SCHAEFKK & Co., ,lrr.
AlsoRSents fur the
Dresden Bostd of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian Ishmls,
sHRMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
si company 01 uerlin,
r A. SCItARVKK sV Co, AGKXTS.
I he alwve Insurance Company has established a Gen-
.r.il An. !. n. I tl.a .1.. . . I.......I -.., s ..
are aiillHnlml lo take Risks against the ilaniters of the
iisnssi me moss reasonable laies, anil on Ine most la.
HAMBURG-DRBMBN PIRE INSURANCE
f. A SCUAKFUK sV Co., AGKXTS,
'I he above firm havine len annninted e.nre nf ihls
comfmny are trepired In Irsure risks against fire on
Stone and llrlck buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the ntn.l fainralil. ipm. SV.. a...!..!...
apply at their nflice. t
"RANS-ATLANT1C FIRE INSURANCE
A company 01 Hamburg.
. IIACKhRLD A- Co., Aetli.
Capital and Reserve ., Reichsnurk 6,ouo,ooo,
" Ihelr Re.lnsnrance Companies M lol,630,tno
Total. Rcichsmark to7,03o,otu
'Hie Agents of the alwve Company, for the Hawaiian
Islsmls, are prenareil lo Insure lluildingi. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Mnchiner), ere, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harlior against loss
or damage by fire, on Ihc most favorable terms. 1
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIPE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston,
CASTt.r. & COPXC, AGKXTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Comoanv in the United Skates.
rotlcte tneit on lhemnt Favorable Term
EVAMrLK or NnN.rnRrriTVRR tlan
Insured age 33 tears ordinary life plan :
..,ui iMciuiuii, luiiwiucs roucy a year., . days
Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, 11 '
a .,,uu. istiuiu..i s.uniinue roncy o yearR, ST
4 Annual premiums continue Policy years. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy toy ears, s6 "
Assets, - $i:t,r,oo,ooo.
Losses paid through Hnolnolu Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL.
Fire InsurmnM Co.
Sllhierlliril Cniittal .... $ts,ntin,uoo
'Iliealmie Comany liase now established an agency
,..,s, miu wc ,ns-i..ici tu i4se risK. on prop
erty of esery description within these
J. T. WATERIIOUSE, Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
or New York.
HLDKK & Co., AGKXTS,
I.nruct, Safe! anil mot Economical Life
limmance Camiiantl In the H or 1,1,
CASH ASSETS OVER $9o,rjoo,ooa
r fa r, iithsr inr.irmitiivn nsn, an! (.- .
antl for rate of Insurance apply to lite Agent, or to
j a a. si 1-tviiMii, sjtis.isis-1; likJUIll.
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
vorap4oy 01 namourg.
. 1IACKFRI.D & Co., AGKXTS.
Capital ami Reserve Reichimatk 8,830,000
their Re-Insurance Conifianies, ' 33,000,000
The Ajems of tlie above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure liutldings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, ele, aUo Sugar
and Klce Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by file, on Ihe most favorable terms. t
DOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C DRKII'KR & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BKHn'KI! cV Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
SCHWBIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
slcherungs Gesellschaft of Wlnterthur.
. IIACKJ-KLD & Co., AGKXTS,
Capital of the Company .. .francs 3,000,000,000
llie Asents of the above Comany, for the Hawaiian
Islands ore prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also bugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harlior, against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINB INSUR.
ance company, ii.imitta,
77 AO. . DA VIES, AGKXT,
The aliove agent has received Inslructinns to re
uucelhe rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in Ihe Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll
cie. at Ihe lowest rates, wiih a .cUI reduction on
freight per blcainerw ,
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob Insuranc Company.
MSII0i& Co., AGENTS.
Vnllmlleit Liability lo Stockholder:
Reserve. , . .tssvom
IhCOMK FOR lS;o.
Premiums received after deduction of te-
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here. 1
NION MARINBINSURANCB COMPANY
01 aaa rrancisco.
CASTLK CV COOKK, AGKXTS.
T UBRICATING OILS.
We desire 10 call attention to the fine stock of OILS
which we now have on hand, corolting
the follow Ing t
rretda asssssrm OU, U ssaVatUt4sM to assit
Lard Oil, In liancls and cases t
Cylinder ml. In tarrels and In cases !
C'aitur csl, 'two qualities,) In cases ;
Prauine oil, in barrels
A chest, article for light running machinery, and, for
must uses, fully eiiual to Ihe more eipensive oils,
VSK AtSO KSBr IM syocE
SKIDGATK Oil, ItscaKs.
Itilt oil is made from shark's livers, and Is fully equal
lo lard, sad Is much cheaper,
DAHK I.UIIKIC.VriNO OIL,UUrrelst
Jsl tle thing foe Sugar Mills, Cane Crisis and Cats,
or anyatlvw novuig mashlrKry, and al half the
eirc of the estsnulve oils nosr in use.
In addition 10 above, we keep
K.rosAne Oil Downer's, Noonday, Lustral.
N'eals Cms Od, boiled and raw!
linseed Od, In iuatuMies to suit.
And U ike U qualuUs. AIm, cunstantly ori hand,
In oil and dry, and WkU Imd and Mint, U
dulereni rjualsiles. Just received
Just Ike tking to cut Htttt fteas,
PLOWS AND ACKICULltlKAL IHPLEUFiNTS
of .very desnlplkal nasd m a Plans as Ion.
rCNCF WIRR AND HARDWARR t ail kUd
toftUansly on kaad aad (or tsvl svVvaas Ivy
K. . 1UU. MM,
WHOLE NUMBER 146
IT W, SEVERANCE,
jio CALIrosNiA Sr., Cau, (Room No. 4 )
IIAWAItAX VOXXVI, ,f COMMI.1SIOX
ARNDEN & Co
iuSansohrSt, Near CAtirwis, S F
tIKXNH.II. riritVIIASI.XI AtlllXTSAXIt
t'oinmtnton Merchant. 1
PRANK II. AUSTIN ft Co.,
Oerics No. so CAiirotNIA StRRtT, S. F ,
LOMMIS1IOX AOHXTS ,r lollHAItl)-
rnM.Inrnni fiu. ,1. It. .!!- (.1 I. ,.. I
, , ,,v, ,v ii,.,iwn isianus lievucu,
I he best (ekes warranted ami tales guarantees! 4
-MIARLBS BREWER ft Co.
s; Kitny Sirret, IIostok,
Adi:XTS or IIAHAIIAX I'AVKKTS,
lleneral t'oinintlon Anrtit.
Ki.r!.t aii.nitAn .li.n , m ,1 ....l...t . . r . e
Ihe Hawaiian trade, trelslit al lowest rales 1
PIANOS AND OROANSt
10,0.0 Pianos) i,x Organs; save half j buy nf I lis
manufacturers : from $1, 10 $! cash, rent,
or installments catalogues free.
AN'IISKLI, corner Market ami Powell, San Fran,
DALMER ft RBY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
Tlie largest and only complete '!")) Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on Ihe Pacific Coast,
so) and so; LeldetdorrT and
S9 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
We keep on hand ihe largest slock of American Fancy
,,i.,,i, Hcsg,iuii, (ran, logeiner wun a
mo.t complete stock nf Miller ft Rich
ard a Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at shott notice,
Anything; In the. Printer's Una,
from a Bodkin 10 a C Under Press. We have a large
slock or new and second hand Priming Wcsses of
all makes and slirs. We are sole Agent for
Campbell's C Under l"rcset, Cot t re 1 1 ami
llabcock Presses ; also Peerless, Clip.
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HANI) PRESSES!
new liaxler sleam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, 1 uerk Water .Voters, Gem Pajier Cutlers,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbinders'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Priming Inks are considered the lst In
use. Hate jou used our Perfection plates?
Theyeave editorial work and composi.
lion, and therefore save money.
TSF.ND FOR OUU CATALOG UP.
Remember -No house on ihscnait can compete with
us in tmalitj nf goods.
Chicago office ty Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
S. St. CARTER,
R. r. (IRAIIAM,
No. Sit Kin StrsMt, Honolulu,
RETAIL HEALERS IN
FIREWOOD, COAX. AND FEED.
, We would notify the public, and housekeeiers lu mr
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale. In quantities
to sun purchasers and at lowest rales, fuel, as fulkiwt
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths ;
N, S. W, NEWCASTLE COAL,
CELEI.RATED WELLIm'S'Vl'1 ",J ""
DEPAR1URE HAY COAL,
Tlie alnve can be ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immedute delivery guatanteed.
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WE ALSO KESr IH STOCK
!iIAVl 9AT?-ClifornU and New Zealand 1
l.KI.K S hole and grouml j
WHEAT. CORN-Wlwl. and cracke.1 1
URAN, MIDDLINGS, and MneHTeed.;
Orsier ihe above through Telephone No, yaf,
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Quick DssUvtsDr evad FsUl Wstltkt.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISUNDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery w All Ports of Ihe Cliy,
Raunssassavssr, No. Klaaj ItrsMvt.
TaLEMiona No. 303. ,,,
ENTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner of Queen and Edinburgh streets, Honolulu,
II, J, AGNEW, PRor.lETOR.
Informs his friends and the public generally that he
has opened business al the above stand and ha
made cvjmplcte arrangement! fur a
(. curitinucms supply of
which hi will orrsa run sal
AT THE LOWEST POSSinLP. PRICES.
'.'. hoPf, t)f living his best .li.ntl.Mi, 10 pleats lU
public and lo merit a pars of their pal ranees.
a LAtr.a stock nr
WHEAT and OAT HAV,
WHOLE and GROUND PARLEY,
CALIFORNIA and OREGON
NOW ON II AXU.
Ordets solicited and salUattlon giursnieed nr
pay asked. TeUphone sSW niui
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t IIANIKOMK PARLOR SAFES.
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