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HONOLULU, l-L. I., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 18S8.
WHOLE NUMHIiR 152
A Newspaper l-iihllihr-l Weekly.
iunDMiwmmos5.oo him idumf.
I orrtETi siil-w,i(.tlnns
t yi to $; 50, vrnnllm lo their ilesllnslinn.
rit'if .l.v ni.lt I'ltlUMi.
I'entrnl I iilllnriilil.
1) Our little "irly nf four, ImhiikI Miulhw.inl
11ml homeward, lii'diiiR sit the Oakland wlinrf
by Itir i) A. U. IkiiI, speedily trafisieircd lliem--elies
to tlic Southern I'.iciTic train In rcnili
nets l itri.itt on It Inn-; trans-cnnlinrntnl
jomnc)'. Amiil the linr-in-; nf locomotive
Mis, Ihrcc tralm rollcil out of the larc anil
lunclMiine i1chI, lint at Ihc end of die narrow
Milp of fillnlln land which lends to the shore
a mile or two illslnnt, we -Ktilcil company, our
train turning northward nlnn--; the hay shore.
'I lilt onint c followed for many miles,
stoiilnR occasionally nt tmall tmvnt or vill.-iRct
for the nccomitKHlatlon nf way iasscii-irs.
On rair rlfilil hand were charming valleys
lotted with faun hornet, ami low, rolling,
Kratt-cnveiLiI hills; on our left the water of
San 1'r.iricltcn, Kan I'ahlo and Sulsun liayt,
the list twolielnn nt muddy at the Sacramento
and Kan Joaquin rlvcrt, that cmty into llirin,
A few nclifHinci-riiajcil torn t were to lie teen
in-iUiii; slow progrctt against the current.
In Ihc distance arotc the smoke of a tlcnm
IkhI cuming down from the Sacramento. The
tienery In the vicinity of l'orl Costa hat an
air of pleasing quiet. Nothing could 1 more
pc.icc.ftil than the slew of the town of llenicia
on the op-mslfc shore, notwithstanding that a
detachment of Uncle Snii'n army it Mill
At Aiilioch, hack of which rises Mount
llhlilo, e lake a southeasterly course and
tiller the grcal San Joaquin valley, passing
through the countict of Contra Cosla, San
Joiquiit, Sl.inM.ius, Merced, Fresno anil into
Tulire. At we travel south, the weather lie
comet ssarmcr and the grass and grain in the
fiel.lt shorter, the southern part of the state
being In great tlistrcst from want of rain.
Tint lack of moisture it in n great measure
supplied liy irrigation. The Sierra Nevada
mountains on Ihc eastern tide of Ihc valley,
whose summits are clad in poriictii.il snow,
send down numerous strcamt from their deep
canont, which are conducted upon Ihc plains
in large canals and poured upon the thirsty
What a wonderful change hat hecn made
here within the last decade. There were then
very few setllemcntt o(T the line of the newly
constructed railroad, and only here ami there
the residence of a stock raiser. Thousands of
cattle and mustangs and flocks of sheep fat
tuicd.tiKn the nutritious herbage, the former
roaming at will, licing only gathered together
twice each year for marking, branding, etc.
Now the cattle are gone, having been driven
to Nevada or Arizona, and thousands of farms
contribute their -pintado the large grain export
of California. Some of thete larnis or
ranches arc at large at a German principality.
It it not uncommon to tec a single field with
the fence on one side extending ten or fifteen
miles. Uvcrsthing it done on a large scale
with the most improved machinery. The
ground it plowed by large gang plowt, nnd it
seeded and harrowed at the same time. The
heads of the gtowing grain arc cut ofT by a
large header driven through the field, anil arc
run IntD header ss'agons by an clcsator, and
these convey them to a stock where the grain
is threshed by steam power, and sacked ready
for hauling to the railroad. Hut cscn this is
getting too slow, and a combination header
and thresher is now used which cmt the grain
from the stalk, threshes It, and sacks it all at
Thit valley is fisc hundred milct in length
by fifty to sixty in breadth, and occupies a
great portion of the interior of ihc stale. It is
divided into three juris, the Sacramento, San
Joaquin and Tulare valleys, but it it really
one vast let el plain from northern to southern
limit. The southern portion is generally
spoken of at thc'San Joaquin plain. The
first time the writer traveled down the western
side of this valley, near the coast range,
dwelling houses were twenty to thirty miles
apart, and one Individual was met who
expressed a desire fi move to some new
country, as it was getting too thickly settled
for him there, l'oor man I It is to be hoped
that he has found a " lodge in some vast
wilderness," where foot of man will not tread
until he is gathered to his fathers. At that
time fleet-fooled antelope could 1 seen skim
ming over the plain, and here the writer made
hit first ineffectual attempt to shoot one. At
night the only sounds to lie heard were the
lonely, mournful cry of the burrowing owl and
the night heron, and the dismal howl of the
coyote- or prairie wolf. To-day the level
plain it checkered by orchards, vineyards and
grain fields, and villages and school-houses
O sprinkle the surface and discover the presence
of clslluatlon. What will this valley be
twenty or fifty years hence? What will a
century make of it ? It would not have to lie
populated to thickly at some Kuropean conn
tries, and less productive ones, to accomtno
date and sustain half of the present population
of the United Stales.
As, the train Iwre ut on southward through
Fresno county, the sun, drnpietl behind the
wcMcrn range and ere we reached the timbered
region along King's riser, near Ihc line of
Tulare county, night was upon ut. And 'twas
well) Thit section had felt the want of rain
most severely, and there wat not a sufficient
growth of grass to hide the late earth.
Nothing can be more dreary than the un
settled portion of these plains in the dry
season when no green blade ts to lie seen,
save an occasional twlch of salt grass or alkali
At Ihc little station of Goshen arc two
branch roads, and here we U1 one of our
party, the proprietor nf the Visalia Delia, and
a " shipmate " of the writer on that Journal a
few ears ago, lie took another train for
Visalia, and we continued on to the nest lawn,
Tulare, where we, too, left the cars. Wc had
no sooner stepped upon the platform than wc
were recognised by friends, dark at it w as,
and they were all that wc remembered. The
town and the surrounding country had
changed) the houses were dillcrent; lanes had
grown into streets; many of the slrectt had
become tice-lordcietl avenues) the spirit of
improvement, in fact, had U-en "making
thlngt howl." Wc slid not know I lie way
home and it was with uime difficulty that wc
found the place about 1 1 r, M.
Tulare county, California, may be unknown
to most residents of the islands, but, aside
from being a pleasant and piospcnms section
of the stale, It is gradually becoming famous
at the land, of cranks. (The county' notoriety
in this ictpect was established before the
return of ihc writer.) 'I lilt dt Is divided
mainly Into twoclatwt, financiers and weather
prophet. 'I he former are the more numerous,
are the lunlett workers, and hare advanced
miny theories), any one of which, if followed,
would plice Ihc country upon .1 sound financial
liasist not one of them hut hit forgotten more
limn Uoberl Morrit ever knew aliout money,
Kvery ncvttpnpcr office In the county is filled
with their MS., and editors arc always happ)
and anxlotit to give them tpicc in the waste
Itasktl. Hut great minds are unsuccessful In
small things, and Ihctc talented Individuals,
who advise without hesitation In the financial
afftlrs of the nation, have difficulty in prn
siding themselves with the necessary pen, Ink
and -riper lint cnablet them to continue their
iersrcullont tiion n patient and long'tulfcring
public. 'I he weather shartis are not so
numerous, but arc not lets honored In Ihclr
own country. 'I he most noted nnc some
scars ago discos tied how to foretell the
amount of precipitation In any portion of Ihc
earth for any numlier of yeart In advance.
Ilcvv.it corresponding with the goveinmenU
of the United States, Great llrilain, Trance,
Germany, Kutsia, Austria and Italy, trying In
sell hit scent nnd asking only $1,000,000
from each of the countries named, hut sonic
lxidy shot him a while ago aiul the corrcs
Jiundcncc hat ceased. The leading mcmlier
of the fraternity now living thinks that a good
iimksman can liomhard the sky with artillery
and knock a hole in the bottom large enough
to let out sufficient moisture for those sections
subject Ingrowth. The last winter wat a dry
nncahcrc, nnd (he" attempt wat made. A
mortar of small calibre was purchased, also n
few iHimh-shclls charged with dynamite. A
shell was discharged at Ihc first cloud that
came sailing along, unapprehensive of danger!
second shot wat tried, but the mortar
exploded; the first one hit the hull's eye, how.
ever, for it began to rain shortly after from
Oregon to the Gulf of California and con
tinned without Interruption for eight days and
nights'; The theory It a success. And yet
the sky shooter it tlill callcil a crank by some
So much for Ihc fauna of Tulare county.
There It )ct one natural phenomenon that It
worthy of mention. Thit is the "sand
storm," which it only seen to perfection in the
Lahona desert and under Ihc "glorious
climate" of California. It mikes its appear
ance in Ihc dry season, and it liable lo liecomc
an uninvited guest al any portion of that sea
son. It usually travels in company with the
northwest winds, and its approach it made
npparcnt by n huge hazy bank, beside which
the dust clouds of Maui and Kahoolawc arc
Iiabcs in comparison. It is not long until the
fine panicles of sand liegin to palter against
the window panes; the light of day then begins
to grow dim; the grains nf sand increase in
size; twigs nnd branchet arc snapped from the
trees; the large oakt make a low salaam, and
only arise when the storm has passed; Ihc
wind yells and shrieks like a thousand
demons; horses, cattle, and all other domestic
nnimals love the storm, and will leave green
fields and pastures new to travel along with it,
expressing their deep satisfaction by snorting
and bellowing; then it begins to grow- light
again, the gale dies away to adcligfitful breeze
and the storm hat gone into the cast. The
sand storm hat many fine points. It seldom
continues long enough to liecomc monotonous,
it does not ssct a person who is exposed to it,
and leaves no mud holes in the roadt. It it
only necessary after it to beat carpets, send
window curtains to the wash, dust the mov
ables in the house and scrub the immovables.
This can be done in three or four days, and
then all is as quiet and serene as before the
arrival of the phenomenon; and the fine sand
in one's eyes only causes them to pain for two
or three weeks. The fellow who spelled San
Joaquin at it is pronounced, "Sand-walkin,"
was not such n fool after all.
When your correspondent arrived in Tulare
the weather wat hot, the plaint dry, liarren
and dusty, business was almost dead, and
ever) thing was as dull as the back side of a
tombstone. The storm previously alluded to
visited the country soon after, and was followed
by occasional showers for several weeks. The
transformation that succeeded seemed like the
work of magic. The weather was delightful ;
the fields of grain and the pasture lands be
came lieaulifully green; the large oak forests,
stretching far away to the foothills of the
Sierra Nevada mountains, were clothed in the
fresh rich garments brought by the spring;
the cottonvvood, the sycamore, the ash vatied
the tint of the prevailing hue; the button-
willow unbuttoned its vestures and spread
them nut to the pla) ful w inds; the last v estage
of winter disappeared; flowers sprang from the
fertile' soil, lieautiful flowers of every color,
and the openings in the timlier, presented the
most delicate mosaic conccivcablc; the valley,
brow n and drear, became the "Garden of the
It has been a queer season. The cold
weather continued until late in the spring, and
the rains did not commence until the lime
when Ihey usually cease. Hut, Lite as it was,
it was worth at least $ 1 ,000,000 to the San
Joaquin valley. Heavy speculating was beirtg
done In grain when it wat thought to lie too
late in the season to get a fall of rain of any
value, and a numliei of grain dealers in San
Francisco invested all the money they had or
could liorrow. The unprecedented spell of
late rainy weather proved disastrous to them.
One dealer alone lint $100,000, but hit lost
was the peoples gain. Keoki.
Tulare, California, June I, J8S3.
A XKW HVKX I'.IX.U.
There is a great ileal of talk coin); on In
Enghtv) concerning the necessity rif construct'
lim a second canal across Ihc Isthmus of Suet.
There arc lvo principal reasons for this. In
Ihe lirst place, the present canal cannot ac
commodate the vast numlier of vcssclt sshich
seek to tuss ihroufili it, v. ilhout such prolongcsl
ilebjs tnal it uouM be nearly as cheap lo take
the oM caiic roule; ami, in the second jilacc,
although lour-fifilis of the traffic is Knglish, as
i also the incut lirciwnilerancc of intticsts in
soUeil in the canal being kept ojicn for war
snips, jet me iiiiiisn nave nine 10 say in us
management, since they ilu not Imkl the
majomyMJiL. shares. Hence there is a large
patty in I'.tffS no a,c W'-0" lo construct
another canal, sshich shall lie paid for sttth
liiitun capnai ami aosoiutciy ounctl ami con
trolled by llritish shareholders.
Of course since the lunctlcaliiliiy of cuttim-
the Uthuuis has lwcn demonstrated, and the
profit of the undertaking shonft to be iniincdi
ate and laigc, there uould Ik; no difficulty in
raising the necessary money. Hut Ihe Kiench
stockholders, with the irrepressible Ie Lessen
at their head, protest violently against the
scuemc, claiming mat tneircnarter Rivet them
a monopoly, and that ihey must be hougnt out
beforettt rival canal can lie constructed. The
judicial commiltc of (lie kheditc's council tup.
poits this claims and since, of course, nothing
can be done without the consent of Ihe Kgjii
tian tioseruuieut, there is a temporary hitch in
the ptocecilings. The diiticuli v v ill. ho es er.
pintiably lie solved either by the purchase of
the old canal by a new conusant', or bv a dis
tribution of shares In the new canal, by stay
mnus, aiming trie siocknoiuers 01 tne om one.
3JH J-niHditf fftws Lttltr,
M.AKttNCU W. ASHPORD,
Arnuixr.r, soi.uhtiui, v.ti:,
Sn 15 Kaaiii manl VtRRT
Arnuixr.r at i,.ur,
n.l Notary I'uMIr Alten.li all I In Cmirls of th.
(A Fort Strrkt. IfoMoruiu, I
.1 rinii.vr.r .t i:nvxsi:i.t.on a r law.
XILLIAM (J. SMITH,
ATTOIIXI'.r AT i.a n;
81 .Mrr-iiaht Sterrt, llriNOLiu-, 50
T-HS. CUMMIHOS ft MARTIN
Orricr cornfr Tort anii Hrrktania Srs .
StllKII.O.SH AXIt IUI.lUr.VATH 111 I'llV-
Office Kmir Until 9 a. M.,nmlfromi-3anl6:)r-ft p.m.
TNO. S McGRKW, M. D.
viirsiaiAX milt svniiiuix.
Hotel Hrett, 11 wf n Korr ami Able tlrerts,
From 7 to to a. m.J r Ira 4, and 6 to fl p m.
io-lf Telephone No. 1(4.
U. EMKRSOH, M. U.
Honolulu, It. t.,
t'tirsifjiAX Axit smmiuix,
TrLRNIIIHK Numrrr 140.
Office hours from BJ4 to 10J4 R. m.; I 4 to jX p
Office ami residence number a, Kukul ttr
cornf r Fort street.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, II. I.,
ih:xta r. munis ax tintr sthkkt.
Odice (n Itrewer'a llleb( eorixr Hole and Fori
Strrrtt, rntraliee on Hole) Slrrrt, I
Honolulu, II. I.,
AflllXT TO TAKi: AVKXOn'I.KIHIK-
tnr,ij In ('imlrurtu In lAlhtir.
Offirent Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Ksptanaite. 15
VOMMtHSMXKK OP ItEF.ttS
Fnr the State of California, for the Hawaiian hlandt.
ind (General Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life In
durante Cumjiany of California. 14a
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
J Intkriok Orricr, Honolulu,
Aor.xr to TAKt: ACKsowi.r.JMi:-
iitrtitM to Voiitritrti for tsihnr. 3
JOHN H. PATY,
HoNOtVLU, Oahu, II, I.,
XOTA ttr M'UtlLMO A Xt VOStM fSSIOXEtt
For the State-, of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of lliihop & Co.
P T. LBNBIIAN ft Co.
Nuuanu Strrkt, Honolulu.,
IMtOttTi:ttS AXti COMMiSStOX MKIt
105 and 107 Fort Street,
Impartrm nnd Iralem In alt html of
Jtimlr Oaotta, Ettnry food.
Furniture, Chain, Sewing Machines, .Mirror and
Mirror Plaie, Picture Frame and Cornice made to
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
flenrnil Jtrrctuittlmiiifl Commtnton Agent
QUBFN SrRFF.T, HONOLULU.
Officer P. C Jone, Jr., president and manager;
Joseph u. Carter, treasurer ami secretary,
lion. Charle K. Ilthopand H. A. P. Cai
Ship Carpenter, .S;ir Milker nntt Caulker
No. 9 Qi'EES Street (le low Honolulu Iron Work)
JWJRS. A..M. MELL1S,
No. 104 Fiirt Strrkt, IIoxolulu,
FASIIIO.VAIILK JtltK.SM AX1I CLOAK.
tljfM, G. IRWIN At Co.
HOXOLVLV, II. 1.,
HUG A It FACTORS AXH COMMlSSiOX
CLAUt SPRRCKBLS. I WM. a IRWIK.
T-VILUNGHAM & Co.
na 37 roRraTRRRT, iionolvll',
IMI'OllTr.llH AX1 HEAI.KIIS IX JlAJtlt-
tcfirr, Cutlrrt, Tool.,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. t
PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II, I.,
SttfV CifASM.EUS AXI COMMMSSIOX
Agents for ltrand't Guns and IJomb Lances and Ter
ry Davis l'ain Killer. 1
r ainb & Co.
Honolulu, H. I.
COMMISStOX MEHCHAXTS IMVOH-
trrantt Jiealer in
Hay, Grain and, General Produce.
M E. McINTYRE ft BROTHER,
Con. Kino and Fokt Sts., HnNOLULir,
atiOCEHY AXH rKKD STOitK.
QtistN Stkut, Hokolvlv, II. I.,
GUXKUAL COMMISSION AOKNTS.
HOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.,
IMFOHTKKS AXIt COMMlSSiOX MKH
rhfinlM. ' A. SCHAUPER ft Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMVOKTF.ttS AXU COMMlSSiOX MF.H-
1LDER ft Co.
Con. Four ano Qubkn Sts., Homilulv.
LVMIIF.H, VAIXTS, OILS, XAILS,
iihiI ilMKWlMir Material, of rrrry iu.
P P. ADAMS,
Qihn Stsiit, Honolulu,
.1 UCTIOXKKU A NU CitMMISSlOX MX II
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
IsiraRTSRS anu Dealers in
tir.XEHA I. MKIICli.i NIHSK,
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, llunululu.
OLLES ft Co.
QUREN StEERT, HoNOLUlV, II, I.,
CIIANIILF.RS AXI. COMMlSSiOX
Imjiortcrs ami lealert In General Merchandises I
CAHVKXTKU mhsI MVILUKK.
Alt kinds of iohbsng promptly altenJed to.
Telephone Ny. I jo, illunuon t 1 press Omce,
Shop No. t4 King sUtsrt. 10S
pKOPLE WILL GO
FROM PLACE TO PLACE,
Busing paw Tobacco and Cigars, especting 10 get a
gotal smoke. 'Fhey wUht m well try to get wool
by shaving a hydraulic ram. The thing can't b. done.
Hat the best Cigars, Toaacxo and all linds of
SuoaEEs' Guuba in the tuaikcl, at
No. i8 FORT STREEr.
GKINHAUM it Co,
Makuk'h nis-K((Jtitii Stuf rr
tMVitnriiKH.iSh wnnt.v.HAt.E if:,u
era ttt tlrttrml Mrrthnwtln t
KJ1 S. GRIMBAUM A Co.
xi4 Ca.ifohnia St. Ban I hanciku,
tonwjnntsa i.v lommihsios
Sftia1 LV.titttnfor iu narll-uljr att-MiVn paid to
ramignmofiU of IUrwl pruuticr. t
Nil. lit FORT STUfFT, IfOMQlULI!
wATmtMAKv.n, n:tt:uiHt r.snitA
rrr, timt Ittmnowt Jitttfr
All onto fnhfulljf extent eri. ja
I AWKBNCU ft 'KKHTH,
Plain fir I KMimatt rtirnUhl for WmV of Cm
ttruction, Civil hnginrrrtnit ami Surveying QfTVce,
comrr of 1 aUkauwiU nm! Klltuta itrti, freil floor
to Witltmann'ii UWk wartrKni.
P. O, Hot 101. tilAy
NO. lit) FoRT.Sr.,OfrmiTKpAHTHFON SfABLM.
ItOiTA! HIHWMAKEH, HOOTS ASI
Hh'trM tnrfrrV In ortlrr,
Of lu mat trial nt reasonable (Ticei. nrvl fot taOu
TIOt-USTER ft Co.,
WtfOLMALK ANII KlETAtX
UUViUiiSTH ASH TOttAMOXISTX.
No59 Nuuanu ttreet. Honolulu. H, t.
No, 3 NlIMNO STHKKT, IfoNOLIitU, H, I.,
I'rttrttcfit J'htmhrr, f t-'tttrr ttmt Cop
Partimbr attention jaM to th fitting up of the
SpringfieM Gat Machine. i
P H, OEDING,
i.V,re 11ml JlraymtiH.
Freight, Packages, an.1 lUggage iMivrml to and from
atfjiartsor Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tenlion fiatd 10 moving Furniture, with
WACON'S .KXPHKSSI.V FOR THE PURPOSE
Telephone 80; residence a js Punchbowl street.
Office M Kin; ttreet. rc&tf
PHILLIPS ft Co.
a lift IVhotrntitr Itrutf hi ClotAny, llontn,
ShoM, Hat, Men FurnUhing Goodi.
Fancy Gooili, etc.
No. ii Kaahumanu ttreet.
jtp F. WOLFE
Honolulu, If. I
OttOCEItr, FlZEtt AXt VJtOVISIOX
Would like heid of families, boardinglKmw keeper
and other to know that he at all time sell at nce
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and good promptly
delivered in any part of the city or suburb. Numlr
109 King Street, between Alakea and Fort Si. ;i-m
flTILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 .MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,'
(Established in 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corporation Stock, Bonds and ilmilar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, II. I., October tst, 1882.
rASTLE & COOKE,
No. 80, Kivg Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Shipping anil Co mint mm ton Merchants,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company' Plantation.
The Alexander & I
K. Halstead. or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
. Haiku. Ma
J M. Alexander, tlaiku, .Mauu
The Haiku Suear Comnanv.
Ihe Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifus;al Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes s Son a Celebrated Medicines.
WUcox A Gibb's, Singer Manufacturing; Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. rq
pHARLES T. GULICK,
acrkt to takr ackhowleogmrnts to labor
GENERAL DUSI NESS AGENT,
Office in Mackee's Block at comer Queen and Kaahu.
nianuireeit, nonomiu. ly
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
H7iof.anfe aiiff Jlrtiill ilrorern,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh proceries and provisions of all kinds on hand ami
received reeutarly from Europe and America which
will be sold ar the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to any part cf the city free of charge.
jsiaml oruers solicited aim prompt attention will oe
given to the same. tra.ty
AITONO LEONG ft CO.,
Nuuanu STacirr, Cok. Maik,
AgrittM for Moanul Sugar, Valama Hire
And Kailua Rice Plantation and MUL ni-iy
-pllEO. H. DAV1ES ft Co.,
(Latk Janion, Grb.n & Ca)
IMVOHTKU, COMMlSSiOX MKKCHAX1
mniI Agrnt for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marin. Insurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company. t
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
luroRTias AND DlALIRS in
MOOTS, SIIOKS, rVHNJHUIXa HOODS,
Halt, Cap, Trunk., rll.
Peifumeev and Soaot. WrJiham Watches. Fine lev
elry. etc., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, n. i.
s E. WILLIAMS,
IStroRTRR AND DkaLKR IN
rVHXITUHK OFKYKKY DKSCKtPTION
AI.O VpkoltAerer and ManufmHarer
Furniture Wareruomt No. 10, Fort ttreet. Work,
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
K tended to.
T-AMOILIILI POI FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKF.A, IVoprietor.
' BEST PAI Al put UD loonier In any us I. desired:
hard, soft, or In torrcls. Orders through th. poa-otnc
will has. toui4 attention, whcthcs'lor city or other
pant w tne uianos. 141.3m
JOHN T. WATERHOUSB,
" Queen STtsrr, Honolulu, II, I.,
IMPOHTKK AXIt IlKALKH IX UKX
PLAGSI FLAGS 1 1
in several sires, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN.
Fur tale at T O. THRUM'S Formieel Store.
P I. NICHOLS,
No. 10, Vi Fort Stsrrt, II0N0LILU,
CIVIL HXaiXKKM AXB COXTMAVTOM
For ihe Construction of Railroads,
Mills, landings Iron. Wooden anj Combination
Bridges, Viaducts and Suptnsiun Bridget
for Cane Flumea. lao
NUSIMUI 64 IIOTRL StRttT,
MKAI.S HKMVKIi AT ALL
htiur nf the ,
Special terms for regular boarders. The only
u prisate roosn in town sue utsisti.
No. q Mrrchant SirrrT, Honoliiu. II. I.,
iMi'iniTiuts or av.x Kit.i 1. 31 r.itmiA x-
ill ftnm Vrtltrr, iUlfflitnitf
Orrmanr and the United States, r
l6 ANDtllCAUrnftNIA TtttfcT, F,
irnou:xA t.v, attorn hi
Partkuhr attention paM to filling arnl fthi(jring !
a iv I ordtrn. t
f WILLIAMS ft Co.
to AHtt to Font STaititT
VttOTOfitlA VtttV A IITIHTS.
'iff ore t4 all mte an ItioU nude lo ori!f, nrxi
framet of all derl(4om tonMantljr na hanj Alto
Cof alt. ShtlU ami LurtoAlti'l of the Pacific
A LLEH ft ROBINSON,
WnsoLViv, II, I .
ttrttlm l.umhrr unit nil tehut of Ilnlht
hty JtnfrrlatHf I'nhtl, Ottf Xtitt, rlr,
Agent of vhfemen
llalealiala, Knlamanu, KeWauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl,
At Kolnrmn'ft Wharf. I
I VONS ft LEVEY,
Arttottrrm it tut Commtlnn JHrrrttttnt,
IlrAvrn IIuk;k, Qt'URM Stxpk. Uoholvu,
Balettfsf Furniture, Stnclt, Keat Folate aivl General
Mertharvliv pnrnijly atttndeil to. ISoU iigcntt for
American and l.urn(an merchaii.lt , j i, iyont.
TIHE GERMANIA MARKET,
Hf.MOU'tU, II, I.
Itrrft Vttttf Jttitton, Istmtt, VmtUry
Constantly 6n han.1, ami of choken qiudty. Pork
Saimges I(flogtu, etc., aleay on ha ml Our meata
are all cut ami put up In Ktern Mjle. All order
faithfully aitemlefj to, and tlclivercd in any (art of the
city. Mtop on Hotel ISireet, t'Ctween Union and Fort
Streets (40-CmJ G, KAUPP, Proj-nctor.
CD. C. ROWE,
ttovsn AHtt stay vaixteh,
Vatkk Hangpr, etc,
107 King street, Honolulu.
84 Kin; ttreet.
Pit A VTICA I. IF,! TV It St A KEtt,
And Importer of American Jewelry of every decrin
.! L'...i.. hc. f iif:. 1 .
itsvis. t in nttci j vi jjii r laiRVifR-w, .Miiivi itm,f yt
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SlTCKtSORt Til I.EWKRS & DlCKSOK,)
tMPOUTKItS axii in: A 1. Kits IX I. I'M
brr mill nil l.lmU nf llilllilhia Mnlrrlith.
Port street, Honolulu, H. I. '
P O. HALL & SON,
Cors'fr Fort akd Kixg Strkkts,
IMVOttTEttH, HEAUUtS IX HAItI-
trare, tiry flooitt, faint,
Oil ami General MerchanfliK, 1
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
LEATIfElt, lttttKS, TArA.Olt; AX1
Agent for the Royal Soap Company. Na 4s Queen
meet, nonoiuiu, n. 1 9
r C COLEMAN,
Honolulu, It. I.,
JiLACKSMITIf, MAVItrXI.ST, CAtl-
rtaje Work, Hone Shoeing,
Plantation .Machinery, etc; Shop on Klngf street,
nei 10 statue iootte .
No. 9 Kaahumanu street.
Tin, Copper amd Shet Iron Worker,
blOVES AND RANGES,
of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish
ing goods, chandelier, lamps, etc.
T M. OAT & Co.
IIOXOLL'Ll', II. I.,
SAITr-JIAKKIt.S. rr.AaS OF At.l. 7JK-
Mfriitloii. mitiiemiil rrjmlml.
Loft In A. F. CooVe's new ftre j.oof building, foot ot
Nuuanu Street. sS
IIosoivu-, II. I.
M'lOXBEtt STF.All VAXHV 31AXVFAC-
lory mill Hithrry.
Practical Confectioner, I'atlry Cook and IlaVer.
Number 71 Hotel street, Utween FOrt and Nuuanu
ft ENGLINC ft La,
No. j Nuuanu Stuekt,
tixsmitiis AXi. rr.VMinins, iif.at.-
rr In Stovrm, Itangra, Tin, 3
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailvkv, Maui, II. I.,
COJIMISSIOX MKIICHAXT AXU OKX-
rrtil Xtralrr Ih lry O001I9,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. I
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
STKAM KXaiXKS, IIOILERS, SVttAlt
Mill; Cooler., Iron, lira..
And Lead Catini!V Machinery of every descriitin
mada to order, particular attention paid to Ship's
Ulacltmuhing. Job ssock executed on the shortest no
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. HRHn-KH COMPANY, Agent:
Merchandise receised Storage Free, and liberal cash
advances made on shipments by this line.
"HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN IIKICK.
G. 12NGLIXG C Co.,
A'. jXnuamii 5., Vavw, U A
Sole agents for these Islands. The best couking ap
paratus lor tne llantallon, lintel or family. ,
RANGES FIXTURES such at
Me Water Holler.,
Ural. Bart, Kte.,
Al.ays in stock,
Esplkix directions for setting up accompany every
Circulars and Vrit on aflita.'iei. wt-qr
ltK, rmt. Proprietor.
llavlnir nurchased th. Hotel.Slrect Market. I take
pleasure in announcinE that I will glse th. busiuese my
personal attention, and hope to supply the wants of the
public of Honolulu in a satisfactory manner, .
BEEF, MtrrrOM, VEAX. IsAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ALWAVt ON HANPv
PROMPT IttCLIIKMr MAIIK.
ORDERS TAKEN BY TELEPHONE
TsltrHONE, No. r)&. lit
vspHOS. G. THRUM,
lurotTiQ AND MalUfACTl'IINa
arAfMOMKH, NKWH AHKXT, PKINTKU,
. JI..lrlMVr, .,
And puhioher ol th. SaifRttaV Pasta, and Ifomiil
mm AlmmuMe om.1 Aomool. MstssssUat mtwt. Deal.
er ia fimr Stationery, ftouka, ssstaitVTssa and Fancy
ISIIOI' A Lo.
llnfoteir. II I ,
Eirhanir.onil,. BANK OP CALIPORNIA,
San Franclaeo, ami tKew agents t.
Messrs m. m Koriiscnn.rso.vs, 'London.
Th. ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION ol
London, and their tranches fn
And transact a general Hanking Patiflest,
Honolulu, II I ,
nv.At.i'.nTATV. 111u1nf.1t a si) r.itri.oy.
Rents Roams, Cottage. Houses and iWls and kiie,
Real Kutate In alt ranter the Kingdom Kmptoymenl
found for then. fteeWng wotk In .11 the varioui Uanches
of business cnnnecte.1 with th. tiUnds. Igal docu.
mentt drawn, Htlls Collecte.1, Hook an.1 AccounttketiC
and general office wofklrRnsat.d. PalronaxetnlKited.
Cotnmlulnnt nvaleratt. 14
t W. MACPARLANE Co.
Cor. Fort ami Qurrn SrniRts, Hoiotcu-,
Immrim unit Cfinmlttlnn Mrrrhtlnt:
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packet.
John Ha. ft Co.'t Liverpool Line of Packets
The Wafkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
llakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrleet, Talt ft Wation. Sugar Machinery
The Ptiuloa Sheep Ranch Company
IxrORTra ahii Drxr rr ik
n t.A At) wa iik, . mi mux hilvf.h vt.A-
Inl U'nre, llriirkrln, I'rlae.,
King's Combination Spectacles and Kjreglatv
l.uilrl SVire Ware, fancy Suaiit, I'Kture frames, Tiv
loU, Wostenhotm't I'ocket Cutlery, I'owder, bh and
Ammunition, Llatl'f Stot Cotlot, Mcliine Oil, all
Mndt of Machine Needles. "Itomeuic" J'aprr Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Llght-Runntnfr Domestic Sewing- Machine,
Na 44 Fort ttreet Honolulu.
ClfAMI'AIIXK CtllKIt MAXVFACTIHtr,
He. 13 LtLIHA StRRRT, HoiIOLtlLC,
This health invijof niny Uferige it for sale at all the
leading ulouns in the city. Orders from the other
islands promptly attended to. 13,
AWAIIAN INVkSTMENT AND ACENCT
Company, (Limited )
On FiMt clas serurities, tot lone or hort perioil.
Apply to W L. GREEK. Manager A tttm.
OfTifts l)uin Strtf rnrr 11 W f rf.l.. at. rr .a.t
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned ha recently filled up
In elegant stjle, the large roomy Cottage formerly be
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu street,
beyond the Comrncmal Hotel premise,
for the purpose of conducting
A auporlor Loslelnc House.
The name of thi pleasant retreat is the "WHITE
HOUSE." It cannot Ik urracd In the kingdom for
comfort and. cleanliness.
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shade tree.
Person of rep-ctability may always 1 sure of a cheer
ful home there, A sitting-room ts et apart for the con
trnieneeof guest. A r EW MORE ROOMS ARE
VACAN 1. Terms always moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
TManyof ourreaderw.Il remember Mr. UTiW
a proprietor of the lodging houve on Pert sireet, ad.
ioming the Pantheon Subles, whkh was such a com
fortable home under her management. 1 1 yn
'HE EVILS OF PAINTING
It ha been said with much tnitb too, that Itouse-
painting rniiiht, with study and acquirement of tajite.
M-ijuirratrni 01 lAMi
-Fat tt rt Mammal.
itTuiuc 11. ftuiK ai m uucrai an.
. relieving the above 10 1 true, A. B. KERR lias now
reorganised his system of srorking the liusines in
Honolulu. In the first place, he has secured Ihe services
of that celebrated artist, Mr. Max Kohk, formerly ol
San I rancisco, v hose wot k in the line of
l'lalu ami Deeorallre I'aprr-llanglag,
Frescoing, etc.. is up 10 the present rime unsurpassed
and, on these islands, has never been equalled, toe
llcuse-i'ainlingjobs, finl-class mechanics only will U
In future, patrons can depend upon my fulfilling
every order on the most scientific basis known to the
SIGN.rAINTING AND LETTERING
Department will be Dermanenllv rirMided aw, fv Mr
Grorci: Stratmiyer (further comment unnecessary)
F. S. Send for desizns of fresco, for ceilings and
cornices something new; and if you want any Glass
put in, call at the
"TIOF.R" PAIXT STOKK,
No. 78 King Strert...
nOOKSI BOOKS I BOOKS I
SOME or WHICH ARK
Ellis's Polynesian Researches , . ..volumes
A Tour in Hawaii ....FJlii
AJournrv RouKUTiir. World (1 voIl)... ..Simpson
Our Journal in tiir pACiiic..,....Eardley-rilmoi
Sir Months in thi Sandwich ItiANts..,Miss llud
Till Poltnesian Rah vol, 1) Fornander
Urn er l.ucv G. Thurston,
Jsevis HitTotv or the Hawaiian Ii lands.
Bennett's SgRrcHt or Hawaiian Histusv,
Hawaiian Aluanac and Annuals itrs-tMi
Hawaiian Frrnv .i.... Bailey
Hawaiian Cit'R Far gat.
roR sai it
THOMAS G. THRUM.
HOPP ft Co., u Kisst sstrtMft,
Imferitn mmj Mom.futmrm '
Etrttsr ilsttistflyUiiM f FwraltRLi-tv
To thi I-swat;-TiinuBiut. TasseU, Uiupa, Silk
Cord in every shade Pallor Sets reslul,
covtted, polished and mad. eo,ual la
new, Mattresses rt-nsade and
S (leaned al short
W. u. ssottvd tor IrRt-elssW tttsrk u4 RSAiMatttsj la oil and dry, and IT AM. Jew 4 Bine, U
For Purtarli or Psruarrnt
litttHlsttsrtt-i; MsWtatk swtL t4 rtsnttssal
HAMBURG-MAGDEtlURO PIRB IMSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Umldtng, Merthar'i, Farnitart and Machinery
I run red afaimt, tre on the mot faroeabU term, I
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A SCtAFF.t cV Ca, AOF.XTS
The a tote Ir.irarw fompviny. ha ertaWish a
trfal Afenry here, anl tn ni!ertgnel, IJen-cral
Agentti, ar autUieied to lake mk aijiimi thttfungert
of lht Sa a tl tnoM reasonable rale and on the
mm! fjforaUe term.
pREMEN BOARD Of UNDERWRITERS.
FA SCHAEFER 6C.tAth.
Alo a tent i tvr th
Dresden Board of Underwriter.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian hlandt.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCttAF.FF.R c C-( AGKST.
The alot !rMfrant Comuinv ha eMallUhed a Gen
eral Acency hwe.and ihaUirekienwl, (nralAcerit,
are authorized to take Hiit against tn diA(rroV the
Sea at th moa featvnalfleiaiet, arvtlon the most fa
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCUAEFEE cV Of., AGENTS.
The abote firm hating ten apf-moted agnM cl thi
company are treparetl to Irif rtkagairri fire on
Stone and Ilrick .Ai'ilding and on Merchani u&red
therein, on the mmt fatoraU term.
apply at th.r office.
TRANSATLANTIC PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
A HACKFELD cV C.( Aetntt.
Capita! ami Kecrte. . Rekhtmark t,tmm.
their Re-Insurance Companies
TVie AKenttoftheatjote Company, for the Hawaiian
lands, are Leemred to Inture Huddinr. Furniture.
Merchandise and roduce. Machinery, etc.. alo Sugar
ami Kke Mill, and. tesels in il Kail againU km
or damage by fire, on the most fa titrable terms. i
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFEINSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTI.E & COOKE, AGENTS.
INCORPORAT'Il I Sj$.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
company in tne united istatei.
Vottele inrrt on thetnnit farorttbte Term
KtAUttK or nom rniraiTtVRc plan
Insured age 33 year- ordinary life plan
t Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, it '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, a? "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy S years. 40 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy to years, vS "
Asets, - $ i:tfoo,ooo.
Losses paid through Hnolaola Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Iaaurmnce Co. .
Suberlbel Capital - - - - $,",,000,000
The above Company have now established an agency
Xvertf ami axe prejaren to take m on prop
eny of every description within these
J T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
II ILDF.R & C., AGKXTS. ,
Tstrnert, Stlfr.l mill rrio.f EtOHOmleal f.ljti
Iii.urmtrr Company In lite H'orttt,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,ooo,ooa
For farther information concerning the Company,
and for rate of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
J. . Wiseman. Soliciting Ajent- 1
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg".
. HACKFELD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve Rekrumark 3,830,000
' their Ke-Iruurance Cooiparirtrs, 35,000,000
The Atent of the abose Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands ue prepared to insure IluiUlin, Furniture,
Produce. Mac tuners, etc.- also Sugar
and Rice M.M
and vessels in the tarbcr, azalnu kru
or damage by nit, on the most favorable terms.
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. JIKEII'ES & Cfc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BKF.II'EK A- CV.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. r
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
Jcherungt Geaellschaft of Wiaterthnr.
. HACKFELD Ce., AGF.XTS.
Capiiat of the Company- ..... . .francs 5.000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure lluildings. Furniture,
Merchandise and froduce. Machinery, etc., also Sugar
aod Rice Milts and vessels in th. harbor, against loss
or damage by nre, on tne most tavoraue terms.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE 1NSUR
once Company. 'Limited)
THF.O. II. DAftES, AC. EXT.
The above agent has received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Forts in the Pacific, and it now prepared to issue poll
cies at.the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Gtobti luurajsc Coapany.
BISHOP & Co., AGEXTS.
Vnllmlleil Liability to Sloekholiler
Rery , , 75a,e.
ixcomi rot tJ;j :
PtmssIiuu received after deduction of re-
utsuranc. , ,t Vls,M
Losaee promptly adiuued and paid here.
Y TNIONMARINBINSURANCE COMPANY
t M rratscltco.
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGESTS,
We desire 10 call attention to the tine stock cf OILS
which we now have on hand, curnieising
the following I
Fntsvtt tteHrm OU, U ettaUUw to amlt
Lard Oil, in barrels ami cases 3
Ci under oil. iu barrels and in rases !
Castor oil, (two qualuies,) in cases;
Parainn. oil, in barrets ;
A cheap articl. fcjr light-running, Raaehtnery, and, fo
most uses, fully equal to the more eipeusivc oils.
ALSO KEEr IN STOCR
SKIDGATE OIL, In cases.
This oil I asaile froea shaika Iisers, and ts fully equal
to lard, and is much cheaper,
DARK LUBRICATING OlUhUmh;
Jast the thing l Sugar MiUs, Can. Carriers and Cart,
ur aay(siow .losing vaasaiisrry, and al half the
price of the eapensise osfcs now in use.
In tvldilion 10 above, we keep
Kerosene Od Downer's, Na.mday, LaUrat,
Linuesl Od, In quaaiuies to suit.
And (4 the best qualities. Also, comianily en hand,
dtslerent quahtiea. Just rwceissssl
just the thing so nit Htta araaj.
PLOWS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every &trjioti svsssd on a lMatal'oss,
FENCE WIRE AMP HARDWARE of alt k'utJ
IT W. SEVERAMCH.
)i CAnroKiSr,Cat.,(Mmw N'o-4)
iiAWAitAx f:n.y.Hirr. ,t taiisitxmnx
OARNDBK A CM
if S.vur Sr., Ntaa LAi,iroM. S. j-.
OIlXKIlAt. VVHVIIASIXII Allr.XTSAXII
tr,,,itf,l9lnn MerrhnHl; t
DRAHK II. AUSTIIf A Co,
OrfKR No. KCaiirARira Sttt.t, S. F.,
r.itnMinmnx aiikxt . hiiiuaiiii.
'nfltfrneA.nl i II..t:. f.i.. i. . . .
11 l fkn varranled an.1 sales (naraalred. i
QIIARLUS DREWHR A Co.
Kurt St met, (Iosthm,
Afir.xnt IIAWAIIAX I'Af.KKTf,
llmrrnt f'nmnilfloii Agent..
ln Ma.aiianlraJ.. r r.i.ht ar lowest rales. i
AND ORGANS I
rivw iianot i r.t Orunti utihalf: Uriiii-
man.ratoien : Imrn J, In Ii: utk. rem.
..u...i. .rum . iu aifirn) catB
ce iftlalfmentt: cataract lit
AKTISKLI. toerver starlet ani Pe.tlL U. r...
DALMER & RF.Y,
SCOTCH TYPE rOUNDERg.
Ihr Urrwt anrl ced. comil.le Trie rm.n.1 ,A
I'riMert' Vtarehouts on th. I'aiinc L'oa.l.
aoj and kxj LefdeidorfT and
SMi Commercial itrerti,
S.N FRANCISCO, CM.
We Ve, en har.1 the l,rrtit rV a Amenean r.ncy
I n erer lej cm tins nail, loftlker nh a
mort complete li-k of Miller A Rich-
ard"s Scotch Type; andean
fumith, al shut notice.
Anything In ths Printer' Una,
froaal!uilrInlaCtlirler Fin. W ha.e'alarj.
Mock of new and second hand frinlin Presto of
arimaVeaaivl riW Ve ar. irj. ajenr. tor
LaniDUir.Olinderl'mvs, Collrell anrl
Ilabcock I'rettn; atv I'eertne, air-
per, Jeel, ffceduo and Wash-
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new liaiterueamentines, hicharajost the thin, for
printert. Tueik Water Muers, Cen lar Cullen.
and a full fine of &nLrn' U,kUndeit
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printinz lt.lt are cotnidered the lm in
." " J0" "l our Petfeclnn pliint
They sare editorial work anil cnnini-
lioa, and therefore tare money.
t-rsr.Sn tor ouk catalogue.
Rrmrurer -No home on this ccatt can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office r7 Monro ttreet. - i,!
M. CARTER & CO.
s. m. CAtrrrn,
t. r. CRAMAM.
No. 82 Kl Street, Hoaolnlts.
RETAIL DeALCI-t IN
FIREWOOD, COAX. AXXt FEED
. v would notify the puttie, and housekeepers iu par.
Ocular, thai we keep on hand and for sale, in quantum
to suit purchasers il al lowest rates, fuel, as follows :
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut ai Lengths;
N. .. V. NF.WCASTLE COAL,
r.. .... SCOICII CUAI, uvi lh
CELEBRATED WELLINfTION MINE.
DEPARTURE BAY COAI, -
The above can be ordered by Telephrjne or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
CIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. jos
SIR ALSO KEEr IN STOCK
HAY. nATsLri.fcwr.; .i v-. 7i.-.s.
HA K Lfc Y Whole and ground : '
WHEAT, CORN Whole and cracked
BRAN, MIDDLINGS, andother feed.
Order th. above through Telephone No. jnj.
AND I WARRANT
Qmlcft DsUlt-tvrr tutd FmU Watclst
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery 10 All Parts of the Gey.
KastttvttaaVttr, Vet, 8X Kla -totttyt.
TtLEtHONR Na )OJ. )
PNTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Comer of Queen and Edinlsugh stresns, Hanolalu, rr
II. J. AGNLW. PaorttnuR,
Ituorms his friends and th. public generally that he
has opened busiuesa at the above stand and haa
made (on pine arrangesuetHs for a
Curuumous svjeily of
Flsvlt OtTNkfU Rsf tk. Vatty Bettst ewMlttw,
which 11 r wilt, orrta tea sat
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
He hopes, by filing kh Iwst allenlioa, to plesvu the
pwssik iwsu so nsssii a pars . toeir pasrunaga.
A LARCR STOCK Or
WHEAT and OAT HAY.
WHOLE and GKOU.NI IIARtEY,
CALIFORNIA and OREGON
HOW ON HSRO. .
Orders tolitrd and satisfaction euaraaeed ee no
payaskesL Xslsione Sov lslus
T-HE 'SUPERIOR' STOVE.
o. Birauirs ct
Ass. J, A'.svassa SI., Itenelotm It, I.,
SuUstwMtforthes.ltlan.lt. A full line of th.
auatrW.r a net
frserssw. aVssssva, .
aa-t Plil-aws Urn the aaat. af.ays la saock.
JOst WORK PROMprLV DONE.
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