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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNK
WIIOLB NUMBER 148
SATURDAY PR liSS,
A Hewipaper Publlthed Weekly.
IUnDMIS(Ilinins'?S.oo I U.R.I IMIVE.
I 5 lo $; y, a-corilinz l Ibrlt destination.
mi: siiv.vitv.iiu s.tixr.
a TUVTiirn taik or tiir si'-inrmn
Sir Walter Wabble, -ry of iln world.
Made osth lo hvn lie ouM pilgrim 1,
And o t ll upon lli snndewn sea.
Full many n Angry wav the wel wind liiirletl
Against the sturdy galleon llil he sailed,
t'rilil the lio'dest of hi amen q.ll-l.
They irayil that homeward he wnuM turn and flee
t roni out Ihe Itrrort of that pathlf rone,
From ril nil unuudiJt All unknown
Hut he IiaiI vowed unto high heaven In free
Hit pilgrim sheep upon some lAni1 land,
Ami o the helm he set with steadfast hand,
'1 en weary wrelt the eager outlook failed
Ten weary week the Angry while wave culled,
So when, one morn, their tattered sails were furled
lleslde the Kreen shore of l-nnl; they hailed
lllm thief of captain who had led them there,
And knelt l-ide him, reverent In prayer.
hir Waller, by hi knightly faith Alone,
Ha1 led them on lienealh the burning lcies;
AMd o Ihey heard, untroubled by surprise,
'I1ie Issnei!" order, kindly in it tone,
Hiat they tlioukl chouse their field for pasture here
It pleased thetr gracious hermltthief lo care,
And then the knightly hephenl gave command
Tlial they should rear, unto the great All-Wise,
A Christian temple to cement Ihe tie
Close founded there, uion that alien strnnd.
Then answered nil the pilgrim, a A man,
t or real all prudent caution sv. ift outran :
" Ae, will we, Eood Sir Walter," and the pledge
They maile Inside the ocean' sunset verge
Itetame a cruel, self-Inflicted conrge.
Tor that lone plre leside Ihe went wave' edge
Prosed the dread index of a priestly plan
More cruel than the rule of Tartar khan.
Ten eari had rolled Around ; the urge
Over the same while coral crested ledge.
In green waves, rolled unto the drifted hedge
In solemn chorus, like a funeral dirge.
And ltd llie tale told hy the pilgrim band.
In echoed choru rolling down the strand .
" I hehepherd naint ha gobbled all our land.' f
vno.ii .i.v oi.it vitiv.xn.
A Trip tu Sunlit Crux.
There is prnliably nn city in the worlil whose
residents take so much recreation as those of
ban l-'ranciscn. Iltit they take it on the fly at
they ill) ccr) thine else. The amusements
alTorilctI hy the city and they arc many may
he enjoyed at any time; and ccry week thou
sands of people hasten away from the town as
opportunity presents for a lircath of country
air, and It is not necessary to travel far to find
it. There arc many delightful spots in San
Mateo county that can bo reached in a short
time hy rail ; across the bay, back of Oakland,
Alameda and llerkcley, not to mention the
places named arc many other charming nooks.
Many j-rj to Monterey, one hundred and thirty
miles south, dive into the waves, stroll through
the firoves, and return the same day. A week
later, the same people may be seen picniciug
in the ndwoods on Ihe banks of Kuvsian river
north of the city, in Sonoma county. Others
go to Martincz.'and various placcsup the Sac
ramento river. White-sailed jachts with their
merry cai goes arc seen everywhere aluut the
bay and its tributaries. Smalt parties arc lo
be met every day in the spring, summer and
fall in the vicinity of Saucelito and San Rafael,
lxjth places being easy of access by steamer.
Some people, when they hear the latter place
mentioned, think of the naughty rhymes :
11 You can't most alw avs sometime tell ;
Little Johnny inigtirjiate gone to San Rafael.
flut I have been there and can say tint it is a
place that "little Johnny" or anvlicx.y else
might lie delighted to isit. San Uafael, I
mean. And, by the way, " Little Johnny
ilicrce " lived there once.
My instructions were to "come oer early."
An early hour found me wending my way lei
surely from a down-town restaurant to the ferry
landing, where I arrived just in time to learn
that the lmai had lcn gone" half an hour. I
could have missed it as easily and mote com
fortably by l)ing in bed two hours longer.
After a vain attempt lo kill time lo tny satis
faction, the hour of lo o'clock arrived, and
the second lioat departed. As we steamed
out of the ferry slip otirr boats, crowded with
living freight, wercleaving for Oakland, Ala
meda, Vallcjo, Saucelito and elsewhere. Our
own steamboat carried a goodly number, the
major part of whom were off for a pleasure ex
cursion. The fog lifted slowly, the sun showed
itself hesitatingly, and imparted just enough
warmth to make us think that it was pleasant
outside on Ihe deck. Most of the people re
mained in the comfortable saloon where an ex
cellent string Kind discoursed sweet music.
(The last three words are original, I think).
It Is always interesting lo study faces, tlicu
l.wlyina dense fog, when you can't ec, any
thing tlse. There were all kinds of faces
around uic some of them like a scaled look,
some as easy and anxious to lie read as a circus
poster. Hut I could only study one kind with
pleasure, ami I even allowed myself lo tutu
away from these when the fog at last rclrcatttl
saucily and In good order, keeping Its columns
solid for another cliarge, and revealed Ihe for1
tilled rock of Alcatrai with its "deep-voiced
guns," profoundly silent. Angel Island,
another link In the chain of hailwr defence,
If not more Interesting, was more beautiful.
Its green hills, its grassy shores, Ihe ipilct,
wavclesx waters of the bay surrounding, were
like a perfect dream of peace. May it ever
remain so I On our right a few little Island.,
hardly large enough to support a name, dot
the surface of the lay and break the monotony
of a long stretch of water. The entire coast
line of the northern ami eastern sides of the
luibor, with the several towns along the
water's edge, can now be seen distinctly from
the steamer's deck, and nukes a beautiful pic
lure but San Krancisco Is still enveloped in
a cold, while sheet of fog.
It was a cool morning, and, not wishing to
"get left," I followed tin; crowd ashoie, for
the steamer was already alongside Ihe vvhaif
at Sail Quenlin. A short distance from the
landing U the penitentiary, In which the state
lioardj and houses Its criminals, but, having no
business 111?"' I'-! li'P) ''-' vi titer Uuttded the
train for San Kafacl, where might have bcsti
seen, a few minutes later, in the custody of
Mr. A. W Du N"s, recently a resident of
Honolulu, wending his way to the residence of
the Unci's brother, Dr. li. Du ISois. Later in
the day we look a drive In the suburbs of the
town, through a beautiful and hopeful young
eamttwy, jutd through portion of the sur
I ninV"g eouulty. It would scent as if the
'nit'iinMi'l. ItUI and valleys had been turned
, iiuo a vt puk tu4 laid out with drives and
IxUI Mtit fc Ibc enjoyment of lesiJcols
and visitor. It would he dlfficnlt, If t-wrblc,
lu find a l-cltcr place for such antinenicnt. Snn
Kafacl, loo, is ptntMMly aituateil nn the
sunny slile of the bctyj, it Is just far enough
from San I'randHm not In be too near, and
just neaf enough not In Ire bxi far away. Art
hour will take one Into the noisy city, and in
Icm than half that time one may ride through
enchanting sylvan roniU and trails Into th de
lightful solitude of the woods. In and around
Ihe town are innny handsome renldenccs, a
numlrcr lielonglng to San I'ranchcn icople,
and, In the country surrounding, one fomes
upon them In the most unexpected places In
charming spots some of llieni are situated, (on
lovely In lie marred by a human habitation, too
bcmill'iil to be Icfl unappreciated. Ixisl in ad
miration of the situation, there enmc to the
writer's mind Ihe wordl of a letter written by a
well-known poet in the r.aslcrn States: to an
other of (he brotherhood, which he had shorllv
before had the pleasure of perusing. This
imct, by nature, is a journalist, from necessity.
Mis heart has been given to the muse, but
want prevents him from worshiping at hi
chosen shrine. When opjiorttinity allows, he
presents his offering, because it is a treasure In
do so, but that which Is most pleasurable is not
alwajs remunerative. Stern necessity is too
often found flogging the footsleis of idealism,
whispering in unwilling cars, "Not jell You
must live, and if ou will live, jou must listen
lo me." It is not wotk that makes him dissat
isfied j he only asks to choose the kind of
wotk. He expressed himself as tired of so
ciety; wearied of the affairs of men. He
wished to drift into some u!et eddy and let
the busy world drive by, where It could not
disturb him or he disturb it. Here certainly
must have been the spot he dreamed of. Here
was his ideal paradise; his clysium. Here he
could stand on the edge of the rushing flood of
civilization without being swept along by il.
Here he could stand in safety and bid defiance
to the world of men, and a minute later lie
alone with the world of nature and her unsur
passable works, where
" Kxislence U a heavenly dream."
It is to lie hoped that the woodman's ax will
ever leave that hillside untouched ; that art will
ever lie confronted by the warning, "hands
off, should it attempt to intrude, that it will
never he forgotten that "beauty unadorned is
adorned the most.
My friend and self were in t,ime for Ihe first
train on the following morning, and in due
time were viewing San Qurntln behind the
foaming wake of the ferry boat. It is surpris
ing to think of the many thousands of people
passing to and fro on the waters of the bay in
these boats, often in a thick fog, and that sel
dom is the slightest accident to be chronicled.
We observed a little "mashing," it is true,
hut nothing more serious resulted than the loss
of a young lady's hat overlioard. The passage
back to the city was not less interesting than
the trip over, furtne'fog bank had gone from
the shore, leaving only a few snow patches'
clinging lovingly to the distant sand hills, and
San l'rancisco on her many heights loomed up
splendidly in the bright light of
" The imperial sun that scatter down
His sovereign splendors ujion grove and town."
Tulare, May so, 1SS3.
.1 ,;o;.V7 or ir.iA'-rr.
Da Divnl who is .irtistically iiulustrious, ami
St. Aidcn. who is arUticall lazv, were guests
of Alcotieust who is artistically hospitable.
Da Dta is a llcnctlict, St. Aidcn a Hcnc
ilictlnc, Alcyoneus a lay bachelor, whose
home is in Waikiki. Da Diva had come to
make sketches, St. Aidcn to make loafing pic
turesque. Their happy host was ladlingthe
the mtrusne telephone loudly cnanccu
Alco)ncus went tricrcto. I was a ssomans
voice that calleil : tunable as a lark's, soft as
ocal s-elvct, lirtuitl as llie prurele of a baby's
bottle, yet firm as the echo of a liook agent's
" Is Mr. Ha Diva there ?"
" He is in the house, madam, but hc is not
"Js'o? What's the matter?"
" Well, jou sec, he "Aoulil go in swimming
anil got ViW-fully sunburnt. We have put
hint to licit Ijctw ten oiictl sneets oilcit linen
sheets, of course ; aiul three doctors arc here
already, and. wcc just telephoned for another
" Oh my ixxir boy, my xior boy ; I'll go
" lust one moment, please."
As Alcyoneus repealed the lady's words,
Da Diva's conjugal soul was fired with swift
" Poor little girl, he said, and sprang to
Two minutes later he wished he hadn't, for
the moment the soft voiced partner of his joys
recognized his mellow tenor, her anxious tmic-
look on a ring of leonine wrath. The words
she employed arc notfor the cars of the read
ers of the I'ress. It is enough that they were
as emphatic as good breeding made H.'nmssil)Ie,
and that they assured the unfortunate 13a Diva
that the light of his life would never, no er,
ne er fort-is c him for the cruelty to w hich hc had
been though never so unwilling- n silent ac
hen Da Diva came back from the tele
phone, his face was flushed mid it was with an
effort that he endeavored jauntily to say:
" The old lady was rather anxious : but that'll
l all right."
Five hours later, after St. Aidcn had chanted
the midnight li) inn, and Da Diva and .Mc
oncus were nicely waim in their respective
couches, the telephone's intrusive clangor
woke each from li'u first tweet draught of
slumber. The host went to the transmitter
and Da Diva listened: " lty George l" ex
claimed the host. The next moment he pulled
n bcl corilenergctiCTlly.
A few minutes later Da Diva and Alcyoneus
were in n buggy, behind a horse that sped
along the Waikik! road like the wind. Half
an hour later a foam wet steed was reined to a
standstill before a Nuuanu street cottage.
Da Diva sprang to Ihe ground. With swift
stiides he reached the veranda ami noiselessly
opened the door. The sight that greeted him
was 'sunsianiiaiiy as toiiovvss rour lames
sat around an oval table, llcforc them was an
nppctititig sprcadi pickles and jellies and
liuttcteU toast anil a saiau ami a rea-cneeknl
l-.ilam cheese and four cups of fragrant tea.
Da Diva's face crew redder than the cheese's
checks, lie took in Ihe scene at a glance ami
beat a hasty retreat, pursued liy a- volley ol
most cxasKrating laughter. As hc rang
into the w ailing buggy he told the rueful tale
in just one l.ngiisn monos) liable, "s-o-ltl I
and for reply the gentle Alcyoneus murmured,
in the words of hi favorite foreign poett " Tht
utha til wo liy rati ea It, Tiomhalll mil
i i 1 1
The Demcrara Argosy note as an instance
of how little some tieoiile know alxrnt music,
although they claim to ix authorities upon the
subject, the following amusing Utile episodci
A culaln cclebiatcd violinist lately urn! a
high-class concert in Adelaide, and among the
Hems on tne programme apearca iKtltiuvcn s
.Mooniignt sonata, umen, However, was not
nUvcd. another totally different selection bcini!
substitulctl. At the close a gentleman ie-
niaikesl to a lauy, ' i ne music was very line,
was It not?" "Yes." was the ictdv. "bull
did not care for tjie execution of the Moonlight
Sonata, It was pretty fail, but 1 have heard
It lilaveU belter," It was not plaml at all.
but she never nollcetl that. Altctwards one
of the leading i forme ti was asked why he
uki noi piay itui -.urucviur piece, ami ne saiti,
" 1 lave only iust found out. by love 1 that I
hive been pUviin: thi programme advertised
lor tomorrow nignt tnsteaq or tne one lor mis
Y . , . .. ...
ercnmi." and the jtudieacc never noticed it
ppaMptly," The Argosy adds "This U a
D W. LA1NH.
t i.uMiiii(M:it or ni:i:ii
for the Stale of CaliforniA, for ihe Hawaiian Island,
and Genera! Agent for Ihe I'aetfic Mutual Life In
urAnce Company of California. tr
XML!.!AM O. SMITH,
.trinnsiiv ,ir f..ni,
1 Mrs-' iix-ir Staikt, HonoLtU',
Uf It. CASTLH,
.i rroitxr.r at ii u;
And Notary I'uMic. Attend all the Court of ihe
M r'nnTSTAKRT. HnMiti'LT, l
a rioii.vnr , t ovssi'.t.i.on a r I.A w.
VKS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrriiM ens-Nix Four and IIaaitania Sts..
strn(ii:oxs ash iiohwvatiiiv nif-
Office Hoiir-Until9 a. sr,, and from i-iarKl6:j-S r.M,
I NO. A. IIASSINGEK,
IiT-faiux Orricr, I loKnt.ti u,
AfW.vr ro r.iKi: avksowi.hikik-
tnritlfi to IfnHtrilrf fr fMltnr 3
NO, S. Me GREW, M. D.
I'llYSIUtAS iiml HVIttllMS.
Hotel street, between I'ort ami Atakea streets,
from 7 to 10 n. m ; 1 to 4, and 6 10 8 p. m.
Telephone No. 164,
JOHN II. PATY,
llOSIMULL', OaIII", II. I.,
SOTA II V VVIlt.tOAXII VUMMl.HHIOXIUl
Tor the Stales of California And Is'ew York. Office
at I lie Hank of Kithop K Co. I
O M. CARTER,
IIOVOLl'U', II. I.,
Atlr.XT TO TAIIK ACKXOWUUHIi:-
mriiti In f'oKfi'ftrr'e In .atitir.
Office nt Pacific Mail Steamship Pock, I.ptanide. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HoNOLULf, II. I
iu:xrAi, iioom.h ox roitr srnr.r.r.
Office in Urewcr Hlock, corner Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street 1
VT B. EMERSON, M. D.
Hovoixlu, H. I.,
riivsivi.ix Axu svnar.ox,
'I'PtEMIONK Nl'SIBFR 149.
Office hour from H t3 10M a. m.; iW to 34 p. m.
Office And residence number s, Kukul street,
corner Fort street. si
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 ami 107 Tort Street,
Importer tttnl lienlrr In alt html of
Mtttlr UooitA, I'unry ttoott,
Furniture, Chair, Sewing Machines Mirror and
Mirror Plate. Picture Frame and Cornice ntrule to
C BREWER & COMPANY,
(Irnrntl Mercantilist tut CommtHtttnn .lifrut
Qlben Stkfkt, IIonolllv.
OfTiceni C Tones. lr.. nreiJent arid mana-rei
Joph O. Carter, treasurer ant urcretary. IirectorI
lions. Charlei R. Ilivhopand . A. I1. Carter; Henry
-nay, auuiior. iaa
.Srfj Ciiriirittrr, ,Na- JTitkrr mtil Caulker
So. 9 Qt KEN THIT (below I lonolulu 1 ron Works)
P T. LENEHAK & Co.
Nt'UANU Strbrt, Honolvll'.,
uii'oiiTi:i:s axi cojj.s.so.v jikk-
jyrRS. A. M. MELLIS,
N'a to4 Fort Street, Honoli'Lu,
r.i.sii loxAiir.i: inu:sj axu ci.iiak.
TM. G. IRWIN & Co.
HoNOLULf, II. 1.,
SVOAIt h'ACTOIIS ASH CO.U.UISSIOX
WSI. G. IRWIS.
T-H-UINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Street, IIonoilu-,
IMI-OUTKIIS A XII Df.A T.KIIS IX II A lilt-
trurr, Ciltlrry, Tool,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. I
A W, PIERCE 4 Co.
IlnNOll'UU, II. I.,
xii iv cir.ixiti.Kits AXit C0.11.UISS10X
Agent for ttrand's Guns and Ilomb lances and Per
ry IMv is' Pain Killer. 1
T AINE & Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.
V03IJHSS10X MKItC'llAXXM IMfOlt-
tern mitt lletilern lit
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Com. Kino and Fort Sts., Honollli',
miovv.ur axii rv.v.it sront:. 1
TT HACKFELD& Co.
Ql'sus Strkct, IIqsolllu, II. I
flf.Xl'.IIA I. CO.UM1.SSIOX AlinXT.S.
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
llUMiLULU, Osltl', ILL,
UIVOHTHItS AXU t'(.l.U.SV().V .11 Kit
ehtttitu. P A. SCHAEFBR & Co.
tMI'OllTIUt.s AXU COJIJJISSIOX Jllllt
ILDER & Co.
Con, Kdkt ami (Jtess Sts., IIoholiiv.
I.VM ItV.lt. VAIXIS, OILS, XAIl.S,
mitl lltttlittiiy Jltilerluln of reerti html, t
P P, ADAMS,
Ql'ltltN St'SHT, IlllKOU'Ll',
.1 1'liTWXVKIIA XII CO WJI.VSSIO.V MKH-
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
I KrUSTEKs AND III tLSSS IN
Corner tauten and Kaahumaim Streets Honolulu.
OOLLES & Co.
Qiben SrsitT, llosotiu1, II. I.,
.SHIP VII.lXHI.KltS AXU atVJIISSlOX
lmiurtcrs and Dealers In tiencral Mcnhandise. t J
TNO. II. BROWN,
- toj Ilissrssu .StassT,
MXS PKVTtllt OP IVKI OUTS AXU
Orjers can be left at the IVJit btallom
VAIIVKXTKIt mill IIVII.IIKH.
All kind o( jobbing )rouiot)y attendrd to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Willisnuon' Es.est OtBce,
Slsop No. 14 Kins street. 10S
PEOPLE WILL GO
KOM PUCK lO PL.iCE.
Ilu)ln poor Tohucco and Ctfi-ars, especttnj to sl
KSAJU Ukn.S. IIH, IMlfcHS S, SIU S) SU KSS UU,
oy snavusf a nyuraunc ram. n iube; csw I o. uvue.
lis the best Clcssi, Tusaccu and all kinds of
nunsEvs' Gooiis In the inatkec, at
No, ,1 FORT 5rREET.
S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
MAKfA's 111'X.K, ''I MM .SrAlfl,
iMvonr 1:111 ax it 11 iioia:iai.i: iiv.au
ere In 7e,ierif Mrrrliiimlhr. t
JSJ S. GRINDAUM It Co.
xi 4 t Mirilr-m ' , San Faan' two,
lOIIWAIiniXO AXH COHMIX1IOX
Steels! facilities for And particular Allenlwn paid to
consignments of Island proouce. s
No. lit I'oat SrsrrT, llmou w,
UATiniMAKint, .11:111:1.1:11, r.Slllt.t-
rrrt Hint IHmnnmt .Serer.
All order faithfully executed- J
r AWRENCE & I'REETII,
Hans Alid Ktlmate furnished for Work of Con
struction. Civil Kngineering and Stirvcslng. Office,
f IlAlekauwiU and KilaueA streets, nell door
to Widemann lrick warehouse,
I', O. Iki tot,
No. 114 Koat .STMOrfosiTgPAVriirnv Staalks,
nooTJxit mitir.M a 1cr.11. noor.s axu
,Siee inittlf In orifrr,
Of best material At reasonable prices, And fot caOt. j
OLLISTER & Co.,
W110UESAUK Al RgTAIL
llltVIIOIHTS AXII lOIIACCOXriT.H.
No. 50 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, t.
No. 18 NutANtt Smrntr, Hovoli lv, II. I.,
rntcttettt i'htmhrrnt Ittim I'lttrr mitt -pfMtnlth.
Particular aUention rnid to the httin up of the
Springfield Cat M'.ichtne. "
llOTBLTi:RItrt lIO-VOl.tLU, II 1.,
lirulrr hi Lttittm ami Orntlrnirn' Shorn
Try my ore, after on traniaalon yotl will e sure
lo conic azatn. Hepairinc done to order, t ormerly trf
San l-ranci-HW. .
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Mrmciiant Strpkt, Hondi.llt, H. I.,
(orKITK BAILOR HOME.)
vrsTOM itoor i.v snauMAKiuts,
(Jood work; low pric. Repairing i'otiC with neat
p H. OEDING,
;xi'f flint lrajfimtu
Freight, PackacM, arn! IJaRfiage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and ticinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAC.ONS F.XPRF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSE
Telephone 86; residence 135 Punchbowl HreeU
OiTicc 86 King street. too-tf
37 Maunakea street,
t'arjntft tnnt Fit ml turf Itratrr.
Houss built and the repairing of houses attended to.
Term1, moderate. tia-ty
PHILLIPS & Co.
mill WhutfHiltr Driller hi Clnllilnih Until,
Shoes, Hats, Men' Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. it rCaahumanu street.
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in the most practical nnd scientific manner.
diseases of the itoor a specialtv.
Residences Fort street. Honolulu, vsLeie alt orders
left w ill receive prompt attention. s-qr
-s F. WOLFE
HONOLI'LI', H. I.,
nimcKitr, fEKit axii vnorisiox
Would like heads of families, boardinfihouse keepers
and others to knots that he at all tim Hs at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited ai!fi soods promptly
dclitered in any part oflhe city or suburds. Numljcr
too King Street, between AlaVea and Fort St. Sl-m
AITILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MERCHANT STREF.T, HONOLULU,
(Established in 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
corporation -atockts, uonas ana similar
securities rougm ana sola on
Commission. -Monet loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. 1., October tst, 1882. tto-tf
ASTLE & COOKE,
No. 80, Kisg Street, IIiisolulu, II. I.
SIAinilHU miit Coiiimlanloit Merelimitn
Importers and Dealers In
A cent 1 far
The HitUuck & Company' Plantation.
'l"he Alexander St Ilaldwm rianuilon.
K. Hstt-ucad, or Watalua PUnutUm,
A. II. Smith & Company, Kotoa, Kauai
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Mauu
'Die Haiku Sucar Comany.
'l"he Kohala Suear ComjiAn).
The Union lasur-incQ 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 Hue,
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San FrancUco
Dr. lames & Son's Celebrated Metlleinev.
Wilcox & GLbb's, Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing Machines. i-i
pHARt.ES T, GULICK,
Agent to task AcKNOwLiiMniENTs to I.ssor
OENER.L IIUSINESS AOEST.
Olfsce in Mackee's Block at comer Queen and Kaahu,
tnanu streets Honolulu. !)'
M King Street, '
Tin, Cojiiier-t mitl Mirrt'trai ti'urker, s
Dumbing, sat fiulnz ajul all ssork a niy line ptomritl)
;at fiulnz fowl all ssork a niy In
attended to. Terms nioderale,
Remember the address, opposite the Police Station,
S4 King street. tuftm
O h LEVEY & CO..
HWrwir ami tletnll tlrxert
Port itrcet, Honolulu,
Froh jsrocerick aiul prouioi)4 of all lind. on lund anl
meived reiulailv from utofie and America t.kt
vill tc isoM at llie 1o-c4 marLci ratca.
Good dclitered toan pari of the city fre of charge
lUndirder ol(citcd itnd prompt atttnilon will we
glen t in uinr, 111.1'
UfONG LEONC ft CO.,
Ateiitn fur Mitmtut Sugar, PhIuihu Hire
And Kallua Kke Itanlattoii and Mill, inly
-pHEO. II. DAVIBS & Co..
(Lvte Issios.Ossem & Co.)
1MVOKTKII, COMMISMIOX MKItCIIAXl
wniI Auenl fmr
Lloyd's mad lh Uyerpool Underwriters.
British and Fortlf a Maria. Insurance Compan,
And Northern Assurance Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON Co.
IsirOETEES AVII DCUBES IH
BOOTS, HHOKM, rUHXIHHIXU OOOtlM,
Hull, (', Trsmt.s fmlUen,
Perfumery and Soaps WUihaai Wauhes, Fin. lew
ejiy, etc, rvr. of Fort u4 Mercnaat sueesa, Hoa
oitshi, H. I. 1
WAILUKU KH FACTORY,
Watutu', Maii, II. I.,
Hem OuuM frmlat Matifi4r4 !'
nm Nriy, AU orders BM wuh. dsfswh.
Sn 9 tlmmsi Stsfct, Hoiou-li-, II. I ,
iMi'om 1:111 or 11 i:m:iia t, mkiwiiax-
lUm frnm I'rmirr, lUiptmttt
lierm.n' and the United Stale t
116 Aftn-ii-ICAifrntM Strrpt, 5 F.,
u'Homlh.i ur. tutor HH.H.
JVtt-mhr attention paid to filling it Mpf--inj( I
am -order. i
r WILLIAMS & Co.
if anii ro4 Foar SrnRirr,
I'ttture-K-.f all Ate nrnl Lltmli made lo nrder. ami
frames of all decrIrt(oTW comtantly nti ItamJ. Mm
urais nrien ani lurio-mi- 01 tne i'mmk
A t-LEN St. ROBINSON,
HoNdtt LI. It. I ,
Deitlfr tit I.umhrranit tttt html llutttt
tittf MtttrlntMt faint, tMt Sutln, t-fr,f
A (tent of chooneri
HalrakaU, Kulanunu, Kckaulnohl, Mary Ellen,
UlUma, Pauaht and Leahl.
At Uolifon' harf, I
T YONS & LEVEY,
4tn?tloncrr a ait t'ntnntlton Jlrrrhanf
HrAFlt IliicK. QfaitN Sttrr, Hoioluli'.
Saletof Furniture, SiocW, Ua1 Ktate and Oerral
Mefxhandi promptly attended to. Sole aenti for
American apd f.unipran merthandie. J J. l.on.
ia8.)T ( U J, Lefty.
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
HnvoLt.Lt', II. t.
Ilrrff t'ralf Mutton, t.amh, t'nattrjf
a lift rtnh
Comtantly on hand, and of thoice.t quality. Pork
Sau-uffe, leoloitna, eta, alwayt on hand. Our meat
arc all tut nnd put Up in Kaitcrn Mjte. All order
faithfully attenled to, and delivered in any part of the
city, bliop on Hotel Street, hetweert Unirmand Fort
Street. Urtl RAUI'P, Proi-rietor,
-CD. C. ROWE,
IIOVSi: unit SIIIX VAIXTI'.H,
I'ArRK Hani.rr, etc,
107 isiug street, Honolulu.
4 Kings street,
And Importer of American lewelrv of ever- descrip
tion. (Formerly ol ban Francis, o, California.) 50
T EWERS U COOKE,
St ccrs'-oRs'To I.RWERS& Dickson,)
iMi'onrr.its axii iiK.n.r.ns ix t.rji-
her Hint tilt l.lltitl of llttllitlllll Mllterlilln.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. 1
P O. HALL & SON,
Cors-rr Fort and Kino Streets,
iMi'imrKim, iikai.i'.iis -ix iim:i-
trine, Itrtl lltititln, Vitlutn,
Oit and General Merchandise. 1
TWT W. McCHESNEY a SON,
l.r.ATIIIUl, IllltV.S, TAIA.OW, AXIt
Agents for the Rosat.SoapComtany. No. 41 Queen
street, nonoiuiu. n. 1. ,
" C COLEMAN,
HnsoLlLt, II. I.,
HltCK.HJlITIl, JIAHITXIST, VA It
rtttye ll'nrl.', Ilnrne sluielny,
Plantation Machioers, etc. Jihop on Kinff street,
next u Castle & Cuuke s. 1
No. 8 Kaahumanu street
Tin Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
?lUVt.h AsMJ KA.NUh.
of all kuuU, I'lurnLers' stoctand roetaU, hoiiw furnUh-
ins soods, chandelier, lamps, etc
T M. OAT &. Co.
HosoLtLV, II. I.,
.saiiv-.iiakj:hs. rums ov ai.i. he-
nerljitltmn iitttttemitt repulreil.
Loft in A. K. CooVe's new fire-proof building, foot ot
Nuuanu htrect a3
Hosiiu u, II.
VIOXr.KIt STR.13I I'AXItY MAXVVAC
tnry unit Jlttheri.
!ractical Confectioner, IVstry Cools and llaVer.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
-s ENGLING & Co., .
Nil. J Nl'l'ANV Stbkit,
Tix.s.uiriis axu vi.VMiiv.iis, itr.Ai.-
em In .Storen, llmiaen, Tin, 3
T W. GIRVIN,
' - WAiivkv, Maui, II. I ,
COJIMHlSlOX MV.ltCllAST AXU (IKS-
trttl Heater lii Itry GihmIh,
Groceries. Hardware. Stationers'. Patent Medicines,
rcrtutnery ana liusss.arc.
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
HosOLULt, II. I.,
STKtU KXniXKS, IIOII.KIIS, SVOAIt
Jllllln, Vtitiler, trull, IIiiimm
And Lead Casting. Mactiiners of every descriptin
made lo order. larticuUr attention paid to hhlp't
lllacssuiithin;. Job hots csecuted on the shortest no
Qs H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKA1WA.)
Ni'sibbk it Nt7..MJ Stkcet.
TAiiMutsu or jiraiiy in:-
Hcriiloii iloiie to oriler.
Men's, bovs' and VTiulhs work. t
NusiBKal) Hotel S(eet,
mkals st:jiri:it at all
hours of the if
Special terms for regular boarders, Ine only suits
ble rivate room In town for I jidies.
Mrs. Leon dejean. Proprietress,
-p H. NORTON & Co.,
ici. 1 aiavrfAkEA. meset,
llarne nhoellitlfShuen retaueeil ami all kliitla
uf irriira.iMir n u, k none to oriler.
Carriage niaVInz aiid rctuirinz don. by competent
wutlmcn. the bed horswhoer in the country wort
at thi pUc. loj-sr
-s E. WILLIAMS,
luroKisa asu Devise in
VVIISlTVItK OPKVKItV UESVItlPTlOX
Ainu Vitltulnttrermiit Mmtufurtitrer,
Furniture Warcruosnt No. 10a Fort street. YorL,
sliop at old stand on Hotel trcct. All orders promptly
K icnuco 10. 1
TXAM01LIIL1 POI FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKKA, Propm-or
REST PAI A I tut up to order in any sivl. desired
hard, soft, or in borreU. Order through th poMomc
villi have promt, altenlion, whether or chy ur usher
sn 01 lis isianus. I?ui
JOHN T, WATERHOUSE,
' fJc'EEX Srxsr.Hosoilu, II. I ,
MPOHVKtt AXII UKAI.V.H IX II KX-
rrl MtrrhttHdlne, 1
pLAGSI FLAGS II
In uvcral sties AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN,
For sale I T G. TMKVM'S Fort sxreel Store.
C I. NICHOLS,
No. w!-i I'ost nrsssr, Huaouit.
CI Ifl. KS0ISICKK AXH COXThLICIOk
far lb CssMruuwo 0 Railroad,
Mitts, IvivKiijES. lion. Wooden alfi rnmranalioii
BriJtTrM, yladswts and Supei.ionJSHJss. j
rise Can. Ils4.se. - ISO
pISHOP & Lo.
HolOLUtV. It. I.,
Draw i:elniitht DANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and Irftr scent fn
Sfll' Vol I;,
MiaWKR. M. M. KfriCSCIIIM) SONS, lsmlon.
Ihe ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION el
London, ami their tsnche in
And IranssKl a gtneral Itansinc llnslnts. 1
HI. CAMACtIO, I'etftilUr,
No. I llmci StsrtT, IIosoli if. II. I.
Mriiln ill till hnilr, mitl llie tntite Aiiiirtf
lettli the hut llie inttrLtl nffiiriln.
""pllOS. G. THRUM,
lilr-mtiio Attn MAnUfAttt Rino
sta rioxr.it, si'.ws Aftnxr, vuixtv.ii,
And p-jhtisher of the SatcrdaV I'Rrss, and At-iif7.
an AIumh.u ami Annual, Merchant street. Heat
er in Une Mat'onerr, lloolcs, Maslc, I'os arid lancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
HoNOLtU. II. I.,
itr.Ais r.sr.iTt: niioKKit axu khvi.oy.
Kent Rooms Cottages, lotii,and sell ami lease
Real Fstate In all pan of the Klndord. Kmployinenl
found for lliose seeking ssork in all the various branches
of husines cTlnerted with these tdands. Igal docu
ments drasm. Hills Collected, liook and Account lept
arid general office work transacted. I'atronagesoti'iled.
Commission modcrale. ' 14
.p W. MACFARLANE & Co.
Cor, Koht and Ql rrs Strekt, Hovouat,
Iiaportm ami rumtalton Mfrrhifntn.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Waikaou Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hilo
Hakalau Plantation, Hilo
Mirlees, Talt & Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Putiloa Sheep Ranch Company
A l SMITH,
iMrORTRK ASH DkaLER IN
ii,j.ssitAi:i;fMt;itiiii:. stLrtzn ..!
trtl It'arr, ttrackrt, VamM,
Kind's Combination Sptxtacle and K) e5Ue
I.iHtral Wire Ware, Fancy .Soap, l'ictare Fnmn, II.
loli. Votrn holm's Pocket Cutlery, I'owder, Shot and
I0I1, oMcnhoim rocket Cutlery, I'owder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clatk'i .Spool Cotton, .Mthin Oil, all
kind of Machine Needles, "Domestic" I'aper Favhion.
kinds of Maclitne iSeedles, Domestic aper
wit agent 01 tne universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
CIIAMVAOXK VlllV.lt 3IAXVVAKTOIIY,
No. tj I.1LIMA Street, UrsNOLiLC.
This hcalth.invijroratin leverage is for sale at all the
leading saloons in the city. Orders from the other
islands iromptlf attended to. 133
HAWAIIAN INM-UVniENr AN!) AGENCY
On r irstlas securities, for lorn; or short period.
Apply 10 V. U CKEEN, Manajerro Urn.
Office yuten Street, oser G. W. MacfarUne & Co.-Jif
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN I1RICK.
C. liXG-LTSG C. Co..
Xa.jXMMHu St., Aw, . .
Sole agenu for the Ulaml. The lt cook in i; ajn
paraiut lor tne rumaiton, Moieior ranniy,
RAnT.KS 4 KIX1URKS tUCh a
Ut.i Water IloltrrM,
ttrate Mr, Etc,
AU-ays in stocl.
Hxplictt directiont for setting up accompany ex cry
Circulars ait J Fricts on application i22-qr
1. K, FYFK, Vroprlrtur.
Having purchaied the HotehStrret Market. 1 tale
pleature m a"wunciiijj that 1 will gic the buune-M nt)
peroiul attention, and hope to uptf ttx wants of the
puUicof Honolulu in a tatufactory manner.
BEF. MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TAI1LE
ALmAV ns. HAXU.
VltOMVT ItV.l.lVV.ItV MA IIV.
ORDERS TAKEN ljV TELEPHONE
IrtLfiiONF, No. ajfj. tjt
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
'The undersigned has recently fitted up
lo etezant style, the large roomy Cottage formerly be
lonzine to ln !.clnon ("stale, on Nuuanu street,
teyond the Commercial Hotel (.smites,
for lh purpose of conducting
A suparior Idglsifi Hoiss.
The name of this (Jeasant retreat is llie "WHITE
IIOUSI. Il cannot be surpassed in the Vingdora for
comlort ana rjearuuies.
THE OKOUNDS ARE SI'ACIOU.-
and ornamented viih shade trees.
Persons of respectnbiriiy may alsra)- b. sur. ofacheer
ful home there. T silling-nwrn Is set apart U the con.
sTnienc. of zuests. A FEW MOKE ROOM ARE
VACAN I. I rrm always moderate,
MRS, J, T. WHITE. IVpriciur.
tsf Many of our reader win remcml'er Mr. Whit,
a proprietor of Ihe lodging hou.. on Fort street, ad
ioininzthc 1'anlheon htabtcs wldch vias such a cons.
f.irtaljre home under her management. lr.tm
B EVILS OF PAINTING
It hashed! said with u.uch truth, too, lhat house.
pauuinc might, ilh study ard ac;uircmDt of taste.
resume it raos a a Itusrml an. atnttrt JilanMl.
!euesulg ihe ahov. to I true, A. IL KERK ha now
rorganLrcsl his svacm of working- the bsuincs la
Honolulu. In the 6rsi place, he ha secured ih. selsices
of that ceUbraled artist, Mr. Max Kohe, ronncrly of
Nan Fr-uvcsscu, .hos. wurli in ll. tine of
Vlul 11 unit Urrurnllre Vniier-lluHulHi,
rre-sauxig, etc.. i up to the present tins, unsurpassed,
and. ost lhc Island, ha never teen etfSvaBcsL ( Van
lous..palntiiu lobs, firslLss mechJUM. onlytviit be
In future, patrons can depend svpon my fuVig
escry order 00 the most aticult-K has, kno.n is the
SIGN-PAINTING AND LETTERING
!)cprtiivtat .ill b pcrnianeatry pressded oser by Mr
GSAHssiKSTESTsiEVicsr (further tMUincot uasMCessary)
if,'. S. Send foe deJejo of ficsca foe aSmugt aasi
cwrascs somtinwsg ncwi ana si ysws wast assy uvm
puis, cat) at the ''
"JUnCM" P4IMT MWBK,
No. -f Krsa S-aaar..,.. ,.,.
HAMBURG-MAGDBtlURG FIRB 1HSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Ifuildin-t, Mrrthafidi-f. FurrltHf ! ifuWfwty
liHurnl a-(atftt I ire on the ni favoraMe terms, t
pany of Berlin.
. A t tt tr.FF.R A r , AUF Ts
Ihe thtn It mtntK Commiry, htn eaMWed a
General Anenty hm, am! the wtdeM-igiwi!, GeiKfal
Affenii. ar-k tslharitrl to tk? ft
(Went, art authortfnl to txke rtm mxm the-UHij;ef
of the Vas ai h mot reawmaMe rai am! on ihe
mot faroralifr trrm
REMfeH BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
F. A SCHAtlFru fi"C.tAttt
Alto agent- for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
tor the Ht-maHan I-dandi
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
. A. SCltAr.FF.R fr r. AGF.STS.
The above Insurance CotJIuinv ha-te-ajt-lkl'.eTla (Jeti-
eral A-ctncy ttt,mn tliealnireviixneil, General Ajreiits
are authorized In take Kik afaifrt the dan-gen of th
Sea at the mo reassfnaMeiate. awd on tHt mmt fa
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCffAEFF.K & C, AGKSTS.
The abort firm havinz been aoiKnnted aztnt of this
enmjany are pre pared to Inure rik ajaimtfite on
Stone and Itrki fjuildinxs nI on Merchandi-t -uored
therein, on the mo-u favoraUe term. Yvr pttrtictitarf
apply at their office. I
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg
. ACA'FFU) 6- Ce.r AtnU.
Capital and Reserve. , Rekhinurk 6,onojmn,
" their Kelmurance Companies " roi,-o,ono
Total Kekhtmark 1075000
The Agents of the a We Company, for the Hawaiian
Idandi, are prepared to inture I'uildtnK, Furniture,
Merchandie il Produce, llachifety, etc., alw bngar
andKIce Mill, ami eeU in the lurbor against k
or damage by ftre, nn the mofannhle term. t
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFEINSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASY.K A COOK?, AGF.XTS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
I'ottetm rn-(f on ttnntot I'aroraolr Tman
KXAurtn or ov roaretT ae n.AK
Inuired age 35 jearv ordinary lift plan .
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
m Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, 1a '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, mj
4 Annual premiums continue Policy I years. 46
5 Annual premiums continue Policy toyears,s6 "
AHHtt, - $ t:t,roo,ooo.
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Insnrssnco Co,
Sulmerllteil Cnplnt ... - S.:.tll)ll,(lt)tt
The above Company base oosr established an agency
nere, ana are prepares! to take nss on profs
J. T. WATERIIOUSn, Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ol New York.
IIILDF.R 6- Co., AGEXTS.
falrtet, Sttl'ent ami inunt Keiinoiiitetil Life
Jlinuruiiee Ctimjiaiii tit llie It'nrlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further information concemin; the Company,,
and( forrate of Insurance apply to the AeM-i, or to
J. K. T-scman. Sditint Agent i
NORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFnLD & C.. AGEXTS.
Capital and Rc-M-rve HnrhnurV 8,8jo.cno
' their Ke'InsuranccCompsuuc, " iSt1,
The Agcntt of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are brrtiarcd lo ia-uire ITj Mmzt. Furniture.
Merchandt ami IVoducr, Machioery. etc, alo Su jar
and Kke alilU, and veweU in th haxLor, againu los
or uatnage toy me. on the miW javuraUc terms.
OOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITER?.
C aRHIfKK & C.,
Asents for the Hsw-aiUn Islands. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BREH'RR C. . ,
Asents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
SCHWEIZER1SCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
sichcnins;s Gesellschaft of Winterthar.
, IIACKFELU A Ce., ACEXTS.
Capital of the Company . franc s.orjcsooo.ouQ
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands are prepared to insure lluildings. Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machiner). etc.. also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, airainst loss
or damage by nre, on ihe roost favorable term. I
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
aace Cornpany. (Limited)
TIIEO. II. DAVES, AHE.YT.
lhc above agent ha received instruction lo re
ducethe rate of Insurance between Honolulu and
Port In to. Pacific, and I now prepared to issue poll
rie at the lowest rales, with a special reduction on
freight per steamer. t
"-THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
1 Glob. Insurance Company.
MSOP&' Ct AGE.Y7X.
Vulliullrtl Llnbttttu lo .Sturkliulilern.
Assets.. i $l'.J,io
Reierve. . . 6,750,090
INCOME rose tS?4
Premiums received after deduction of re
Insurance.. .5 J.3".i
Losses promptl) adjuard and paid here. I
or ban francuco.
CASTLE sV CVOKK. AGEXTS.
T UBRICATING OILS.
W. desire to call auentioii to th. fust stock of 01 l-S
vhich vie now has. on hand, comprising:
Fs-oafc lMrB OU. la ttauttitiaa to nralt
lrd Oil, in barrel, and cass ;
Cylinder oil. in barrels and In cases;
Castor oil. Itsss qualities,) In case. 3.
ParatCne ou, In bwrrcl ;
A cheap ankle fur light-running machinery, and. fur
most uses, runy cpsal 10 me snsee cirov. saiw
. sve AUsi szar Is nui
SKIDG.VTE Oil, in cases.
"I hi oil U mad. from shark. Users, and Is fully estnal
u laru, ami ts mven vncur,
DARK LUl)KiariNO OIL,inUrrl.;
Ja-4 th. thing fur hugsr ttUs, Can. Carrier and Cars,
in rasij wmntrnw asvavsr. -sfi P.---. isss j . , .-- -j.. s-sv-wnn n.-f-av
pric. of the swnsi oils now in u.
In additloQ ty abos-e, w. keep
Kerosene Oislso.!", 'oosslu), lasural,
Ncats-fosA OU, boslcsl and tsw '
Lus-eesl Oil, la qiuntuie to sun,
An.1 of the bs4 tuuhtWe. Alss),cAstaiiitlyoohAnd,
la- oil sad dry, aasi WmU lml arssl Xtmr, of
siikTniicat susasHica. last twseil
Just the thiag 10 (M Hhs) gias.
PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENrS
of every -WscriptliM iimsI m a 1,iaiilssn. '
FENCE WIRE AND HARDWARE uf aH
anrniansly on hand and tm sale ewaaas to
S. .. IAU 8s9M, a
Cat,, Iflnt aJ l'sys stansw, Hotv-Uu
If W. SEVERANCE,
Jit CAIIMtXIA Sr . Csi'Hoom So. 4 )
IMIC.1.1.V tox.itrt. ,t (ii.Umiuhiox
TLTARNDEM A Co
.t isSKSOHS ilT . .Nn i.slik.hisis. S T.
IIV.XV.IIAI. VtllVIIA.IIMI Atli:XT1AXII
t'nttimltnn Merrhmiln. 1
CRANK II. AUSTIM A Co.,
Of ricn So l sLirot.is ST(t, S. T ,
itniMiAMiix aimst.h .r- ro 11 ir.i it 11.
J-TitH'?x tm ''l " Islarl dtsirnl
lis rsrsc prlcs wamisffsj anrl ml, fjuararitecsl 4
pllARLES DHEWBR & Co.
f Knar Stdntrr, tVssm,
AIWXT.H OV IIAHAIIAX VACKKTS,
tleiientl CniiiHilmliti, Atfenl:
Sfdal allcfrflAft .1m ImiK r.,MlLl,r..i. e
ih. I (xrattsn irad. r'rtljM ,1 orl rstrs. 1
PIANOS AND OROANS!
lrv 1'iarxxi r,ouo Orrarn; sasrh.If; l,ur nf the
nsmnnfaclortn I from i,la Sroui; cash, rrnl,
or.inullmtit ; calaloit frt.
ANTISEI.I, tomr Marltrt arnl I'owjU, San I'rals-
OALMER It REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS,
Ike Urnst und only compfete Tyt Foundry an.1
rrinters' Wareh-jsis. on the I'acifte Coa.
oS ) '07 LeldesdorfT and
5o Commerclil streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
f leep on hand the larrest siorl of Amencan rancy
1 j-p ever lel on tins ooasl. tosjeiher -siih a
"t complet. ioi.l tt Miller & Rich
ard" Scotch Type; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anj-thlnj; In the Printer' line,
froma'I'o.'klntoaCit'ndcr 1-ress. We hase a tarre
". ' ."" 1 "ccood I-""! Trintinj lrsse of
all make and tue. We are oIe ascnt for
CampUiriCslinder Press, Cottrell and
lUbcock Prese; also Peerles. Clip
per, Jewel, (T-ordon and Wash
WASHINGTON HANI1 PRESSES;
new llaster steam engines which are just the thine (or
,,, fnl. VV.. Sl,... f I... ....?
" , ,, , '"" -,ws "' ! s.i".rrs
and a full line of anUirn's looSbindcls'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing InVi an considered the test in
os. liate jou used our rcrfectson plate?
Thesate editorial stork and composi.
lion, and therefore fas e money.
XJTSKND FOR pUR CATALOGUE
REiEsiER-NohoaKonlhucmucsn compete with
us in iiuahty of soods.
Chicago office 17S Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
A. U. CARTC.
S. r. CHHAU,
No. 82 Kins StreaUHonolnlo,
feKTAIL pt-ttea IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND TEED.
VV e wdsiM notify the public, and housekeeper In par
ticular, that we beep on hand and for sale, in quantities
toiuit purchaser and as lowest rate, fuel, as follows?
HARD AND -SOrr WOOD,
Cut any length ;
N..S W. NEWC.VSTLK COAL
SCO I Cll COAL, and the
CELEBRATED WEI.LINRTON MINK.
DEPARTURE HAY COAL,
Ill above can I ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery cuaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. jo
tF Also Krar is stock
1 1 A Y. O US California and New Zealand ;
llRLKY-,VVhol and ground;
W'l I EAT, COR-N W hot. and cracked t
11 KAN. MIDDLINGS, and 0ber feed.
Onler the above through Telephone Now wj,
AMIS SAC WSSEAKT
QiUck DeUverr and Fall Walsh's.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Heliitry to All I'm of the City
Rcmerubor, Mo. 8 Klac Itf-Mt.
TctxrnosE No. jos. iff
PNTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner U Queen and Fdinburgh streets, llorsolulu,
II. J. AGNLW, PaoraiiTOE.
laforau lis friends and the public generally that h.
v.wi (wsiw ai use aise ssaess anu russ
made complete arrangrasesa for a
continuous supply of
risM.Ow4a ofthe Vry MtuA mtrtlltr,
vshicii mc witt. orra. roa sata
AT IHE LOWI-JiT POSsStllLETKICK.'i,
He hopes, by givlns; Vis bet attention, to plrsw. th.
publw; and to merit a pari of their rstlrvrage " -z
A EASCE STOCS. Of
VVHOl.t; and (JKOU.NU RSKLKV, '
C.VLIIORNIA and OREGON
turn OS MVHU,
Orsler sobcucd and jMUlstwctlo gssataateeil rar no
pay asked. Tlsi-bsxM sto, m-tsu
"TTHE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
a. nrauiNi k c,
X.J, .Y.ss... JT., 'ressVs .,
fvsU agsnts tW these stalk A Wl Kn of tk.
.Ifrsifttifs Hiuten, .
aaj FisurM tut th. sajacsriAy U stosl.
JOB WORK PROMPTLY IKMJE,
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