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HONOLULU, H.. I., SATURDAY, JULY 2S, 1SS3.
WHOLE NUMHKR 152
A N wspape f Published Wf e Uljr,
IUO8lB.VRiniO1?5.)o HIR.IV ID, IV I"
$ j to $; V. artorilin. lo lliell destination
I lintl AX (.) I'HI.Wl.
Our lilllc pitly of four, Imuml ot1i .inl
and liomcw.iril, linilinR nl the Oikliml vvlnrf
liy llic i) A. M Imit, siecillly Ir.inslri ml tlicin
selves to I lie Southern I'.icllic train in rcnill
new lo depart on Its long Iran ciintlnrntnl
journey. Amid the riii;ln,; of Incnnmllvc
lx lis, ihrcc trains rnlleil nut of the latRC and
Inndsmno ilcpol, lint at the end of he niirmv
rlrlp of mini In land which lead to the shore
a mile or to distant, wc p-irtcd eoniprnj, our
train turnlnp, northward along the lny shore.
This courc c followed for tinny mile,
Mopping necasliimlly at simll town nr tillages)
for the accommoihtlon of way pawinpm.
On our riuhl hind were chinning sallevs
dottnl with farm homes ami low, rolling,
gmvcov crcd IiIIIm on our lift the v.atcrs of
San rnncisco, San I'alilo ami Sulsun liijs,
the list twohcing a muddj as the Sicranicnto
and Sin Joiquln rivers, tint empty into them.
A few chooncr-r!ggcil scow were to he sien
unking slow progress against the current.
In the diMincc arose the smoke of a Menu
Unt coming down from the Sicmnenlo. 1 hc
teener) In the Icinlty of I'ort Costa his an
air of plenlng ipdct. Nothing could lie more
pcaciful linn the view nf the town of Ilcnlcii
on theopHKltc shore, notwithstanding that a
drtichmcnt of Uncle Sim's army Is still
At Antloch, luck of which rises Mount
Dialilo, we take a southeasterly course and
inter the great Sin Jmrpiln allcy, pissing
through the counties of Contra Costa, San
Joacpiln, Stanislaus, Merced, Kresno and Into
Tulirc. As we Intel south, the neither !:
coinrs warmer and the gnss and grain In the
fields shorter, the southern pirt of the stile
King in great distress from want of rain.
This lick of moisture is in a greit measure
supplied liy irrigitlon. The Sierra Ncvaili
mountains on the eastern side of the s alley,
whose summits are did in perictinl snow,
send down numerous streams from thiir deep
canons, which arc conducted upon the phins
in lirgc canals and poured upon the thirsty
What a wonderful clnngc his licen mule
here within the last decade. There were then
iry few settlements off the line of the newly
constructed railroad, and onl) here and there
the residence of a stock raiser. Thousands of
cattle anil mustangs and flocks of sheep fat
tened uiin the nutritious herliagc, the former
miming at will, licing only githcrcd together
twice each) car for nnrking, branding, etc.
Now the cattle arc gone, hiving Ken dm en
to Neadi or Arizoni, and thousands of farms
contribute their quot.ido the large grain export
of California. Some of these firms or
ranches are as large as a flcrmin principality.
It is not uncommon to sec a single field with
the fincc on one side extending ten or fifteen
miles. Uvcrvthing is done on a large scale
with the most improved machinery. The
ground is plowed liy large gang plows, and is
seeded and harrowed at the same time. The
heads of the growing grain arc cut off by a
large header driven through the field, and arc
run inm header wagons by an elevator, and
these convey Ihtrn to a stock where the grain
is threshed liy steam power, anil sacked ready
for hauling to the railroad. Hut even this is
vetting too slow, and a combination hinder
and thresher is now used which cuts the grain
from the stalk, threshes it, and sicks it all at
This valley is five hundred miles in length
by fifty to sixty in breadth, and occupies a
great portion of the interior of the state. It is
divided into three parts, the Sacramento, Sin
Joaquin and Tulare valleys, but it is really
one vast level plain from northern to southern
limit. The southern portion is generally
spoken of as thcSan Joaquin plain. The
tirst 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 f 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 loot of man will not tread
until he is gathered to his fathers. At that
time licit-footed antelope coukl be seen skim
ming over the plain, and here the writer made
his first ineffectual attempt to shoot one. At
night the only sounds to be heard vveie the
lonely, mournful cry of the burrowing owl and
the night heron, and the dismal howl of the
covote. or prairie wolf. Today the level
plain Is checkered by orchards, vine) ards and
grain fields, and villages and school-houses
sprinkle the surface and discover the presence
of civilization. What will this valley lie
twenty or fifty )ears hence? What will a
ctntury make of it ? It would not have to lie
populated so thickly as some European covin'
tries, and less productive ones, to accommo
date ami sustain half of the present population
of the United Slates.
As. the train bore us on southward through
I'resno county, the sun. dropped lichind the
western range and ere we reached the timlicred
irgion along King's river, near the line of
Tulare county, night was upon us. And 'twas
well ! This section had fell the want of rain
most severely, and there was not a sufficient
growth of grass to hide the bare earth.
Nothing can be more dreary than the un
settled portion of these plains In the dry
season when no green blade Is to be seen,
tavern occasional ulcli of salt grass or alkali
At the little station of Goshen arc two
branch toads, and here we lost one of our
parly, the proprietor of the Visalia Delta, and
a " shipmate " of the writer on that Journal a
few ycatt ago. He took another train for
Visalia, and we continued on tu the next town,
Tulare, where we, too, left the cars. We had
nu sooner stepped uhui the platform than we
sme recognized by friends, dark as it w as,
and they were all that we n'mi'tnbcicd. The
town ami the surrounding country had
dunged) the houses were dillcrent; lanes had
grown Into streets) many of the streets had
become ttcc-bordired avenues; the spirit of
Improvement, In lact, had uet-n "luawing
things howl." We did not know the way
homo and it was with some difficulty that we
found the place about 1 1 V. M.
Tulare county, Calilotnia, may be unknown
tu most residents of h islands, but, aside
from being a pleasant and prosperous section
of the state, it is gradually becoming famous
as the land of cranks. (The county's notoriety
in this respect otaWished before the
return of the writer.) 'I lilt species is divided
nnlnly into Iwnchsses, financiers and weather
prophets. 1 lie former are the mote numerous,
arc the hirdest workers, and hive advinccd
nnny theories, an) one of which, If followed,
would phec tliccniinlt) upon a sound fininchl
lusisj not one of them but his forgrtttcn more
thm Holier t Morris ever knew almtil mone).
Kvery ncwspajier office In the count) is filled
with their IV, and editors are alwavs hipp)
and anxious to gNc them spice in the waste
bukcl. Hut great mtnds are unsuccessful in
snnll tilings, and these talented indlviduils,
who advise without hesitation in the finmclil
affiirsof the mtion, hive difficulty In pro
viding themselves with llic necessity pen, ink
and pipir tint cniblcs them lo continue their
ersicutlons tqion a pillint and long suffering
public. The weather slurps arc not so
numerous, but arc not less honored In their.
own country. I he most noted one some
)cirs ago discovered how to foretell the
amount of precipitation In any portion of the
earth for nny number of )cars In advance.
Me was corresponding with the governments
of the United Stales, fircat llrilaln, Trance,
Germany, Uussh, Austrh and Ifdy, U)ing In
sell his secret and asking only $1,000,000
from each of the countries mined, but some
liody shot him a while ago and the corrcs.
pondence Ins ceased. The leading member
of the fraternity now living thinks that a good
nnrksinan can Immbird the sk) with artlller)
and knock a hole In the Imttom lirgc enough
to let out sufficient moisture for those sections
subject to growth. The list winter was a dr)
nnc,hcre, and the attempt was made. A
mortir of small calibre wis purchiscd, also a
few lionib shells charged with dymmite. A
shell was discharged at the first cloud tint
came sailing along, unapprehensive of dinger)
a second shot was tried, but the mortar
exploded) the first one hit the bull's i)c, how
ever, for it begin to rain shortly after from
Oregon to the Gulf of California and con
tinued without interruption for eight da)s and
nightst' The theory Is a success. And )ct
the sky shooter is still called a crank b) some
So much for the faum of Tuhrc county.
There is )et one natural phenomenon that is
worthy of mention. This is the "sand
storm," which is only seen to perfection In the
Lahona desert and under the "glorious
clinnte" of Californii. It mikes itsapiear
ance in the dr) season, and is liable to Ik-coiiic
an uninvited guest at any portion of that sea
son. It usually travels in company with the
northwest winds, and its approach is made
apparent b) a huge hizy lnnk, beside which
the dust clouds of Maui and Kahonlawc rue
babes in comparison. It is not long until the
line pirticlcs of sand licgin to pittir against
the window pines; the light of diy then begins
to grow dim; the grains of sand increase in
size; twigs and branches arc snapped from the
trees; the large oiks nnkc a low saham, and
only arise when the storm Ins passed) the
wind jells and shrieks like a thousand
demons) horses, cattle, and all other domestic
animals love the storm, and will leave green
fields and pastures new to travel along with it,
expressing thiir deep satisfaction by snorting
and billowing; then it begins to grow light
again, the gale dies away to adcligfitful breeze
and the storm his gone into the east. The
sand storm has many fine points. It seldom
continues long enough to become monotonous,
it does not wet a person who is cxjioscd to it,
and leaves no mud holes in the roids. It is
onl) necessary after it to beat carpets, smd
window curtains to the wash, dust the mov
ables in the house and scrub the immovables.
This can be done in three or four da) s, and
then all is as quiet and serene as before the
arrival of the phenomenon; and the fine sand
in one's eves only causes them to pain for two
or three weeks. The fillow who spelled San
Joaquin as it is pronounced, "Sind-vvalkin,"
was not such a fool after all.
When )our corrcsiondcnt arrived in Tulare
the weather was hot, the plains dry, barren
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 show crs ttt scvral w ecks. The
transformation that succeeded seemed like the
work of magic. The weather was delightful;
the fields of grain and the pasture lands be.
came Iwaulifully 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 cottonw ood, the S)camorc, the ash varied
the tint of the prevailing hue; the button-
willow iinlmttoned its vestures and spread
tin in out to the phjful winds; the last vestagc
of winter disappeared; flowers sprang from the
fertile soil, lieautlful flowers of every color,
and the openings in the timber, presented the
most delicate mosaic conccivcable; the valley,
brown and drear, became the "Garden of the
It has licen a queer season. The cold
weather continuid until late In the spring, and
the rains did not commence until the lime
when they usually cease. Hut, kite as It was,
it was worth at least $1,000,000 to the San
Joaquin valley. Heavy speculating wasbcirig
done in grain when it was thought to be too
late in tue season to get a tan 01 rain 01 any
value, and a numln-i of train dealers In San
Francisco invested alt the money they had or
could iHirrow, The unprecedented spell of
late rainy weather proved disastrous to them.
One dealer alone foil $100,000, but his loss
was tile people s gain. NLOKI
Tulare, Californii, June I, J8S3.
. XKW SUMS VAXAU
There is a great ileal of talk colng on in
Kni;lanil ciiiiccrn!n the itcceaaily of construct
iim a M-coiul canal across the Utlitnui of Suez.
There arc two principal reasons for thK. In
the lint phec, the present canal cannot nc
coninuxlatc llie vasUmmber of vciscls which
(eel. to ivau tluoul'ih it, vvilhout .ucli proloiigcxl
vlela), tlut it, vvnuM le nearly as cheap to take
the pUl cajie routej ami, in the tecoml place;
aiuiounn lour-imiii 01 tne traiiic is i:nulisn, as
is also the creat prcKinilerancc ol intirola in
v oh ol In the canal lieinu keit onen for war
ships, )it the IliilUli have htlle to say in iu
management, mice jney Ho not lioUl the
majority pf tharc. Hence there is a large
turty in l'nulaml who are ansiou to construct
another canal, which sliall lie uii fur with
iiriiun cupuai aim ausutuiLiy uvvncti ami con
trollcil liy Itrili.h ihaichoMers,
Of couisc since the uracticaliilitv of cultinir
the slhmua lias U-eii ilcinoiutr.-tcl, ami the
profit of the umlertaking shown tu be InmJtili
ate 'ami large, thire vvouU lc no illfficully in
raising the necessary money. Hut the Trench
stockhoMcrt, with the irrepressible Do Lessens
at their heail, protest wolcntly against the
scheme, claiming that theirAharter gives them
a monopoly, ami that llicy must lie libught out
before rival canal can be constructeil. The
judicial committe of llie khetlive's council tup
lioits lliii claimi ami since, of course, nothini
can le tlonc without the ronx.nl pf the Kg)i
tia.11 (iovemment, there is a temporary Intel) in
the lutKeetlini's. The difficulty will, however.
prolully be solved either by the puicliase of
the nhl canal by a new company, or by a .lis
inbulioii of share, in the new canal, by way of
bonus, among the stockholders of the old one.
Sjx Fraud ti Ncus Ltlttr,
-sLAttRNCK W. ASHTOIU),
ATTOIISI'.V, Slll.ltllTOIt, I'.TV,
No i$ Kaahumanl Srssrr
ArToitsr.r .it law,
Ami Nutar) Puttie AlleikU all llie Cuu.l. of the
M I out Stunt. Howmu, 1
.1 rrmtxr.v .t vuvxsr.iA.tm at 1..111:
A1MLLIAM O, SMITH,
ATToitsr.r at ..lie,
j MrmciiANr Stuxiit, HnNOLiiti,
-RS. CUMMINOS A MARTIN
OmcF 1 or Nun Fnsr amii IIfuftania Srs..
svimi.ttss A.n iiuMir.i'AJiiia ntv-
Office llourn-Untit9A M , and from i-jsnild.jn-8 r M
NO S McORBW, M. D.
)'ii r.sivtA.y nini stntarox.
Molfl Mrrct, betttrert Port and Aliltra streets.
Prom 7 to 10 a. m J 1 to 4, ami 6 to 8 p m.
to6-tf Telephone No. 164.
TvJ B. UMBRSON, M. O.
ItoNiuuur, It I ,
viivstciAS axii sviuir.os,
rl FLkNIONK NUMRFR 149
Office hours from Sj4 lo loM A m ) tU to jji p
Office ami residence number , Kukui stre
corner Fort street.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D, D. S.
Honolulu, It. I.,
ttr.XTAf. iron ms o.v foht hthkkt.
Office In ItrewerV Htorlc, corner Hole ami Fort
Slreers, entrance on Horel bireet. I
ItONOLUlU, II. I,,
AOV.STTO TAKi: AVKXMVLKMtK-
viriilM lo Cimtrilrt In lAthiir,
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Fsphnade. I
fUniMISHtOSKIl OF IfEKitS
For the State of Californii, for the Hawaiian Wlandt,
and Ccncral Agent for the Pacific Mutual Iife In
tu ranee Coinjun) of California 14a
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Interior Offick, Honoiull,
itIKST TO TAKi: AVKSOWLEHai:
titrnlM to Contract fur i.abor 3
JOHN H. PATY,
HnsotLLU, Oamu, H. I ,
SOTA ItV J IT III. tC A ,V CO UM fSHIOSKit
For the State of California and New York. Office
at the If ink of l!ithop& Co. r
P T. LENEHAN ft Co.
Nuuanu Stbhrt, Honolulu.,
IMI'OUTlUtH ASI) CttMMlSHiOX
T YCAN ft JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fort Strrft,
Importer ami Itratrrm la alt A fur of
.name ttoomi, fancy linoa,
Furniture, Chain, Sewing Machines .Mirror and
Mirror Platen, Picture Frame, and Cornice, nude to
order. 137 T
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
Jcncial MrrcantUcntuI CatnmlMwIon Afent
Qitftn Strfrt, Honolulu.
Officer P. C Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary . Directors ;
linns. Clutrle R. Ptshopand II. A. P. Carter; Henrj
May, aulttor. "3
Ship Carpenter, Sjtar Maker ami Caulker
No. 9 Queen Street (below Honolulu Iron Works)
TiiTRS. A.,M. MELL1S,
No. 104 Fort Strrrt, Honolulu,
FAHItlOXAltLE DHEHS AXM CLOAK
TTtTM. G. IRWIN fit Co.
Honolulu, It. I.,
SUOAIt VACTOUS AXI COMMIHSIOX
CLAl'SbrftECkRUt. 1 UM.G. IRWIN.
'T-MLLINGHAM ft Co.
No, 37 Fort Strkkt, Honoulu,
I MMi WE ItS ASH HEAI.EHS MS HA -
tea re f Cutlery, Tool,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise, t
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. 1.,
SMUV C II A SULK HH ASH COMMIS.HiOS
Acents for H rand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Per
ry lMis Pain Killer. 1
T AINE A Co.
Honolulu, H. I.
COMMIHSIOX MEItCllAXTS I MVO li
ter and Healer In
Hay, Grain and General IVoduce,
TT E. MclNTVRB A BROTHER,
Cor. Kino and Fort Srs., Honolulu,
aitOCEHV ASH FEEH HTOUE.
HACKFEL.D & Co.
QuaiN Sthkt, Honolulv, II. I.,
ar.XKUAL COMMISSION AUKNTS.
PD. HOFFSCHLAEGBR Co.
HoNOLiat'. Oahv, II. I.,
IMVOUTKHS AXlt COMMIHSIOX MKH-
P A. SCHAEPEK Co.
HoNuLULir, Hawaiian Islands
IMI'OHTKUS AXU COMMISSION MKIt
ILDER A Co.
COK. FOET ANP QUEEK StE,, HllNIILUtU.
I.VMIIKK, I'AIXTS, OILS, NAILS,
anil HatUliiv Material of every kind.
P P. ADAMS,
Queen Steeet, HokoU'lu,
A VCTIOXKKtt A Kit COMMISSION MKU
A S. CLEGHORN Co.
lurOETESSANtl llEALEES IN
Ctinver Queen and Kaahumanu Slrects, Honolulu.
DOLLES ft Co.
QlEEN StEEET, HOKOI-Vli;, II. I.,
Sill I' CIIAXIILKHS AXlt COMMISSION
lntiortcrs and Dealers In General Merthandite.
CAUVKNTKH anil HVILDKU.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly allendcj to.
Tclejihune Ny. ivo, Williamson's Eapresi Otuse
Shop No. (4 King street. 108
DBOPLB WILL GO
,FROM I'UCE TO PLACE,
Uuvini tsaa Tobacco and CIeats. eaisttntf 10 get a
Eoud tanok. Iliey mUhc a. well try to get wool
b) shaving h)drauuc ram. Trie thing can I be done.
Has iheUut Cigas, Tosscco and all kind, of
Smoeees' tiisius in lhe nurkcl, al
No. j FORT STRtET.
0RINI1AUM & Co.
Makhp's PlncK, 0.n Stanar,
IMI'llinr.HAM UIIOLK1ALK If. MA-
rr III flrlirritl .HrrfolH'.
U S. OKtKDAUM & Co,
14 California St., Ran twAHciwn,
lOItHAitlltSa ,I.V tOHMISHWS
Snecial focilittc for n! mitfctilar attflilion mM to
rnmignnuMitt of IUnt firoiluce.
IWf AX ECKART
No nt Kort SrnrrT, Honolulu,
WATVHMAKKU, JIWilhVH, KMIttA-
rrr, itml tHitntnuit Xrtlrr,
All ortlrn fail lidi liy Mftutr.l. 3
T AWKBNCU ft FRHRTH,
I'l-iTK ft n.l hMltnatM hirnUhnl for' Wot 1(4 of dm.
utrut.intt, Lti.l hnginfrnng and .Surveying ()fTi,
corner of MalrkauwiU ami Klliuei itrtet, next tlcmr
lo WKIemahn' drklt ware home.
r. o. itot tot.
So. !t t-OftT Sr.,OPWMITRl,ANTIII'ON SrAPLM,
HOOT AM) StiOr.MAKEtt. HOOTS ASH
Hhne tftfiffV to ortter,
01 lisfrt material at reiwnaMe -rice, ami ful cath.
WllOI P1ALK ANIl KRTAIL
nttrootsTs asi ToiucrosisTs.
So. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II. t. t
No 18 Nuuanu SrNRKT, Honoluiu, II, I,,
Prttrtlrttt Vtumhm, Ott Ftttrr niul Vap
Particular attention taiil to the fitting up of the
Springfield Ca Machine. t
Pf H. OBDING,
lljrprr imf Drayman
Freight, Packaer. and HigRage deliverer! to and from
all rxutiof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention ("Id to mo vi lie I utniture, with
WAOONS.KXl'KKSSI.Y FOR THK I'URIOSK
Telethone 86; rcMitence 135 I'unchuowl street.
Office 86 King itreet. to6-tf
PHILLIPS & Co.
fiwf iVhotmatr rr In Ctothlnyt Jtoat,
Shoe. H.it, Men.'s Furnlshiim Good.
Fancy Gocnl etc.
No 11 Kaah.umAD.11 itreet.
r F. WOLFE
Honolulu, II. I ,
atiocEicr, FEED axi vnonsiox
Would like hevli of families, lioarilingliouie Leenen
and it hero to know tint he at all times elli at price
lowest of the low. Order solicited and good promptly
delivered in any iwrt of the citvor uhurlrt. Numher
log Kinff Street, between Alakea and Fort Sis. 41 Cm
-TtTlLLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MFHCHANT STREKT, HONOLULU,
(F.MnUiOied in 1879)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities,
Honolulu. H. I , October ist, i83j. 110-tf
ASTLE & COOKE,
No So, KingStrert, Honoluu', II I.
Shtppluy ami Commlton Merchant,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & I.atdin Plantation.
R. Ilalstead, or Waiatua Plantation.
A. II Smith &. Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
ine j 1 aim sucar uompan).
'1 he Kohala '
car Com nan v.
la nut ion
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
ine new nneiana une insurance t-o. 01 uosto
The Blake Manufacturlnsr Company of Boston.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes & Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox A Gibb's, Singer Manufacturing; Company
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines. i-i
fMIARLES T. GULICK,
AGKNT TO TAkR ACkNOWLRIK.MRNTi TO LABOR
CtJN TRACTS, AND
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
OfTice in Mackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
nianutreets, Honolulu 3 ty
Q J. LEVEY & CO.,
Mholcnatc and Itelnlt Grocer,
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Europe and America which
Mill be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to an part cf the city free of chirge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will be
given to the same. itz.ty
JLTOUG LEONG ft CO.,
Nuuanu Stieet, Con. Makini,
Agent for Moaimt Sugar, JUttama Hie
And Kailua Rice llamatlon and MilL iaaiy
-pHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.,
(Late (anion, Geeen St Cn.)
IMVOttTKH, COMMISSION MKItCIIANl
anil Agent for
Lloyd', and the Liverpool Underwriter,.
Britlah snd Foreign Marin. Insurance Compan.
And Northern Assurance Company.
A W, RICHARDSON ft Co.
iMrOKTEBS ANIl DbaLBES IN
HOOTS, SHOKS, fVHXtltUIXII OOODM,
Hal; t'njM, Trnnki, r'all.ea,
Perfumerv ami SoatH. Wf Itham Watches. Fine lew
elry, etc , cor, of Fort and Merchant itreets, Hon.
olulu, li. I.
s B. WILLIAMS,
lurOETEE AND DEALEE IN
rvHNiTVHK ornrKKV dksckiption
Alto l'jMiofafrrr una Manufarlurer,
Furniture Wareruoins Na la, Port street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
gtended 10, s J
TfAMOILIILI POI FACTORY.
A. K. KUNU1AKF.A, TroHietor.
BEST I'.M AI put up la order in any uvle desired,
hard, aoli, or In iarrcU. Orders through Ihe po4'Once
will have prompt attention, whether tor cuy or other
parts of Ihe ULviids. If"3m
OHN T, WATBRHOUSB,
Qt,EEN bTEEET, HONOLULU, II. I ,
IMI'OHTKtt AXlt DKALKH MX
PLAOSI FLAGS 1 1
In several sires, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN.
(or sale at T II. I IIKUIIS ort slim Store.
C I NICHOLS,
No. io.U Foet Steeet, HoNnipLir,
CIVIL KSaiXKKH AND CONTM4CTUU
Fur the Construction of Railroads
Mill., Landings, Iron, Wooden and Conbu.al.ori
lUUgcs, Vududs and SupensKin llrhlges
for Cane Fluaies. 140
Nt usee 64 Horn Steist, '
MVALS SKKVEli Al' All
huurm of the aay, ,
Srclal terns for regular lioardsrrs. list only suita
ble private room U town tWLasiuis.
Mr. Lasass tajnm, IHsstts.tr.i.
No J9 MMCiMNf SrrutT, IIiihoi.uiu, II I,
imvdutiuii or nr.xnuALMKiwiiAX-
ill from I'rmirr, IZtiytitittl,
Oermany anil the ifnnl Slates, r
tifj ANni3CALirnaNiA 8raT,S 1
trnoLi'.iA li: inuwr.ni.
Piniciilir attention put to fillinn
iml stnprlnir It
I T WILLIAMS ft Co.
io and 104 loT Htartnr,
VIIDTOnilA I'll II! A IITISTH.
Pictures of all sies ami Itln-U mflile to crilr, ami
frames of all itrcrlitlons conlanlly on liviil AIo
CoraU, SlirlUanil Curunltlrt of the Pacific i
A LLEN 4 RODINSON,
IIONOLULI', It I ,
Drnlrrt In t.umbrr nntl nil html of II11IUU
hit Malrrhltn, 1'nlllln, Oil, Arlfa, rtc,
llsleaVala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullima, Pauahl and LtaM.
At Koliinson'a Wlurf f
T YONS Ac LEVEY,
Aurlloiitrrn tllul Comliilantoii .ffrrrirrnfa,
llPAVPR IlLOO, QUPKN StRPR, HllNortil I'.
Saks of Furniture. Stock, Real FMsle ami General
Merchamlive promlrtly allemleil to. hole agent! for
iimencan ann i.uroin tnercniiiiiive. 1 i i.)onv,
. J. Uvey.
HE GERMAN1A MARKET.
HONOtLLU, II. I.
itrcf, Vratt Maiton, Fsttnh, Poultry
Constant!)' 6n hand, and of choice.! quality. Pork
btuicev IIo(ina, etc., a1wa)t on hand Our meat
are all cut and put up in Pastern .t)le. All order
ftithfully attended to, and delivered in nny (urt of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, Irctween Union and Fori
Street j (sjoOm) G. KAUIT, Proprietor,
pD. C. ROWE,
nor-si: ana siox vamxteh,
Patrh Hanurr, etc.
107 King itreet, Honolulu
84 King itreet,
VltA CTICA L VA TCIIMA KEK,
t And Imjiorter of American Jewelry of every descrip
ion, (Formtily otS.in Francisco, Lahfonua.) $a
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SLTCFSIOlt'i TO I.RW RR1 & DlCKSON,)
MMVOItTEUS AXIt DEALEItH MX T.VM-
ht rami all html of ftiilliitny Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. -,1
P O. HALL & SON,
CORNPK FORTANO KlNO STREKT.,
IMVOHTEItH, HV.AI.r.ltH IX HA Hit-
traref Dry loail&t I'alnt,
Oils and General Merchandise 1
iyr W. McCHESNEY & SON,
LEATIIEH, IIIOEH, TAT.IOIV, AXJ
Agents for the Royal Soap Compan). No. 4a Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I 9
r C. COLEMAN,
HONOLULU, II. I ,
JILACKSMITII, MACitlXIST, CAH
rlaye Uork, Horte Shot-lay,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shoo on Klntr street.
next to Cattle & Cooke s. 1
No, 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron 'Worker,
blUVhS AM) KAMihb.
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock ana metals, house furnish'
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
T M. OAT Ac Co.
Ho NOLL Lt, II. I.j
SA UNMAKE IIS. I'LAOS OF A LI, H
crlptun made ami repalrra.
Loft In A. F Cooke's new fire-j roof budding, foot ot
Nuuanu Street 3
IIONOtULI , I) I,
riOSEElt STEAM UASHV MASUFAC-
tory ami Itakcry,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and HaVer
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
-s ENGL1NG ft Co.,
DO. 5 AVVANIT aTKRKT,
XIXSMITItS AX1) VLVMIIKHS, UK A I.
rrn tn Stovea, fnii(ea, Tfrl, 3a
T W. G1RVIN,
Waiiuku, Maui, II. I ,
COMMIHSIOX MKUCIIAXT AXU K.V
rrnl Dealer l Dry IJooiIm,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationer)', Patent Medicine.,
Perfumery and GUssare.
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
IIOSOM'LU, II, I.,
STKAM KN1INKS, IMIt.KHS, SVHAtt
Jllll, Cooler; Iron, lira
And Lead Canines. Machinerv of every ilrtctiptin
made to order.
IamcuUr attention raid to hhm.
Job work executed on llie shortest no-
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. Hit Kir Kit Jt CO VI' A XV, Agent:
Merchandise received Klorape Free, and liherat cash
advances nnuie on anipmeni. uy tni. line.
. . ' . . .-.i .' .
-rHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN I1RICIC
G. EXGLTXG C Co.,
AV. J Xanana St., Ilenatutii, IU I.
Sole agents for these Islands. The best cooking ap
paratus lor the rianiation, iimeior raiuuy. k
RANGES KIXTURLS such as -Hot
Urate Hart, Kir,,
Always In .tack.
Eiplu.it direction, for setting up accompany every
Cirtulari an J l'ri,ti on affi'i(atii. ill or
ii.Ji. I'VfK, I'royrletor,
Having purcruued the Hotel Street Market, I lake
pleasure in announcing trial I will give the business my
personal attention, anil hope 10 auppli the wants of the
public of Honolulu In a satisfactory manner,
BEET, MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB.
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TABLE
ALWAYS ON HAEU.
I'HOMl'T DKHrHUr MAUK.
ORDERS TAKEN DY TELEPHONE
Tatar none. No, t. iji
TPHOS. O. THRUM,
lUrOETINq AND MASl'rACTI'EINC.
STATION KM, NKWS AOKXT, fillNTKH,
, WlMr, ete,.
And pwbluher d ihe Saihoav Ps ess, and .-
mm AtmmmmJ mm.t A mm mmJ. S.- !,.. Umml
er ia W btslmnrry, Wookt Mossv lays and fancy
Ussaia, r act svssssv. wi sm. k
pISIIOI' A Lo.
Draw PsrW-ontae BANK Of CALIFORNIA,
San Francltco, ami then ar,enti In
MISSUS M M KOrilSCIIII,!)S0.VS,'l)nJon,
IheOHIENTAL BANK CORPORATION ol
London, anil their tranches In
And transact a seneral Itanlclng Itutineis. t
TOSBPII E. WISEMAN
II010IULU, H I.,
nr.At.r.sTATi: HMiUKii axii r.nrt.ov.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, llouses.aml selli ami leases
Real Kutate In all xiruof the Kingdom I-mploymenl
found for thoe neeliinft work In all the variout tranches
of buvlneis connected wilh thesr lilands. Legal doi u
menti drawn, Hill Collected, Hooks and Accounts kept
ami general office worktraiisact.il. Patronage solicited.
Lommtwlons moderate. )4
p W. MACPARLANB ft Co.
Cor PnaTandQuaaNSraFKTS, Hohoivli',
Importer unit OrmrifaWori Mrrrhnnl:
The Glugow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay St Coa Lirerpool Line of Packets
The Waikapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, llllo
Hakalau Plantation, llllo
Mlrleei, Talt ft Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
lMmRTPK AND DaAlaa IN
IILAHIirA HK, MHHIDKX SILVKIt Vt.A-
Inl M rn r, llrnrlirtM, Vntrn,
Klnff. tComtrtnalion Sjiectncles anil Kvegltitei,
Luttral Wire W'a'e, l-anc) bwiiSf Picrure frames, Pis.
tols, Wosienhclm's Porkrt Cutlery, Powder, blurf and
Ammunition, Lbrk'i Sjwol Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Nerdlcs. "IJomeMic" Parer fashions.
Sole agent of the universal!) acknowledged
Light. Running Domeitlc Sewing Machine,
No. 44 Fort itreet Honolulu.
virAMi-Afixi: ciitKit MAxirrAVToitr,
No 1 I.rLIIIA isrBRKT, HollOLlTLU.
This heallh invijorallng beverage is for sale at all the
eading saloons in the city. Orders from the other
ivlanji Jirotnplly attended to 133
HAWAIIAN INVF.STMENr AND AGENCY
Cbrnjaany, (Limited )
On First tlaw srcuritis, for lone or short pr!oil
AnJy to W. I. RKKbN, Manager frt In
UlTice yucni btrt, ovtr O. V Macfarlam & Co -481!
A COMFORTABLE HOME!
The undersigned has recentl) filteil vtp .
Inelegant stle, the large roomy Cottage formerly te
longing to the I,emon estate, on Nuuanu street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel premises,
for the purpose of conducting
A Hnporior Lodging Hoiue.
The nameofthts pleasant retreat is the "WHITE
HOUSE." It cannot be surpassed In the kingdom for
comfort and cleanliness
THE GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with shade trees.
Persons of respectability may always be sure of a cheer,
ful home there, A sitting room is Mt apart for the con
sentence of guests. A KEV MOKE ROOMS ARF,
VACAN I. I enns alwas moderate.
MRS. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.
SiT Manj of our reader ill remember Mrs. White
as proprietor of the lodging house on Fort street, ad.
luining ine I'antiieon btaUes, uluch was such
lonauie nome unuer ner management.
'HE EVILS OF PAINTING
t It has been sanlMith much truth, too. that fiouse.
painting might, with study and acquirement of taste,
resume its rank as a hUral x"l'tumttrt Manual.
Relieving the above to be true, A. II. KERR ha. now
rcorganlred his tv&teni of Morklnf the lnislnes. in
Honolulu. In the first phce, he has secured the services
of that celebrate.! arlivt, Mr. Max Kohn, furinerly ol
San r ranciwo, whose work In the line of
J'fil.n mill Deeorallre I'aiier-llnnglng,
Freco!ii2, etc.. Is up lo Ihe present time unsurpassed
and, on these Ulands, has never been equalled, ror
llouve.l'alntmi; lobs. firstLass mefliinif-s nnlvw'ill t
In future, natrons can ilenend unon mv fulfillmc
every order on the most scientific basis known Iq the
SIGN.PAINTINO AND LETTKRINO
Department will be permanently pmided oscr by Mr
GkokGKhTKATMKYKK (further comment unnecessary)
P S. Semi for deiijns of frescos for ceilings and
comtces something new; and if ou want any Glass
pu. iu, can ai ine
"TIOKR" VAIXT STOHK,
No. 71 Kino Steeet IluKoin.tr
BOOKS I BOOKS I BOOKS I
Tit Kawasllava Ialavaida (sad tk Paollo,
SOME OF WHICH AEK
Elms'k Polynesian Keseaeciies,. ... .volume.
A Toue in Hawaii , ... . , ..Hli.
A JllUENEY ROVNU TIIK WnELIl(l vols.) ..Simpson
Ol'e Joienalin the PAClrtc, ,,Eardley-Wilinol
Sis Months in theSaniiwich 1slasis...MIu Bird
The Polynesian KAcaftoka) ...Fomandcr
Ijrs or Llcv O, Tiiueston,
Jaeyis Histoey or the Hawaiian I .la mis.
UsNSETT'sSkETCHEAUr HAWAIIAN HlSTOEY,
Hawaiian Almanac ami Annvals i5;j-iS8j
Hawaiian Fkens. .Kjllall.y
roa sale ey
tt-tm THOMAS G. THRUM.
HOPP Co., 74 King tret-t,
Imferttn omJ MnfftHrlrt 4t
Stm-st Jsssiorlsstl of Faraltarst.
Tu THE INDIES -Tlimruingt, Tsssels, Ciur-s, SJk
Uico In every siule--l'ailor dels restullesl,
covered, polished and nude eiiua! to
new, Mallresws re-made and
ckranes! al short
Wt ar. noted for fart-el vrrorls and asoderatsfH
Foe Fuetaek 01 Peemanent
I less Wsvfttu; 14 lk U taa yai. lust rKslsss
rr i'-4 tlrrsna araaa UTErssool. Apply 10 w.
B.een, or O. W. asidsiiin. k ii., Aeat lor Jouf
AMDURG-MAGDBDURO FIRE INSUR
ance Company of llamburc
Huililin;, Merchandiv, Furniture and Machinery
Insured sgaunuF ire on the rmnt favorable term., t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pftnjr of Merlin.
r. si 41 iirA cr ,f iii,.
I he almTe trurance (ompaiiy, has establihd
General A(emy here, and the ndenijened, (Jener
Agents. arauihoried totaVe tiVs((aint thedanxr
F. A SClf IF.FEK fr C. AOF.XTS
4Zm. ar auiiofiefi ioi.e nths artaitiM ma flange
of th Seas at tlt nvt reasonaLI rates nn on the
mosi lavorame ieimH
RRMBN BOARD OF UNDBRWR1TBRS,
V A TC it AM Mt A- Ce f Agtntt
Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
F'or the Hawaiian Island.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
r. A, SCitAtlMi cV CtAGFXTS.
Twt alie Insurance Comiionv hasestaUi.hedaGen
eral AgeiM-y hire, and iltealmvesigned, General A rents,
are autlKitlied In tale HUVs a gain t the d angers if the
Seas at the moa reaonaUe fates, and on the most fa
HAMBURO.BRBMBN FIRE INSURANCE
F, A, SCttAF.FER & C , ACF.XTS.
The above firm harlnj Wtn appointed agents of this
rom'iany are treaare.l to inure risks against fire oh
Stone and I Wick buitJmgs and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the mot fxvorahle terms.
appy at their ottice.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg;.
. IIACKFEU) fr Co , Artnh.
Capita! and Reserve,. Reich snurk t,tm,m
their KC'insurance Companies " ioipeso,(.ro
The Agents the above Company, fur the llaaiian
Islands, are prepared to mure lluildings, Furniture,
Merchandiv! ami Produce. Machinery, etc. alsohuzar
and Kice Mills, and sessels In the hathur against lost
ur damage uy nre, on the most lavuraue terms. 1
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL L1PE INSUR-
ance Company or Doiton.
CASTLE & COOKF., ACF,XTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company M the united states.
Vottcien Imtuctl on the tnont Favorable Term
kxamm k or won murriTUSK fLAM I
Insureil age 35 ) ears -ordinary life plan
t Annual premium continues Policy years, days
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, a;
a Annual nrrmlums continue Poller S rears, ai
5 Annual premiums continue Policy to years,6
AnsetM, - ij:i,rootooo
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $40,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Inaurnnc Co.
Subtcrlkr.1 Capital .... $.-.,((l,0((
The above Compan) have now established an agency
nere, ami are preiarcfi to lane ri.ks on yrvf
ertv of every descriition within these
T. WATEKHOUSF., Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
it.nr.R & Co , agkxts.
lAtrycMt, Safet and mat Economical ,
Inurance Comjtany In the Horld,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further information concerning the Company,
and for rates of Insurance appl) to the Agents o to
J. K. Vieman, Soliciting Agent. i
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company or Hamburnr.
. ItACKFELD & CtAGEXTS,
Capital and Resene . . ..Kekhunarl. 8,830,000
" their Ke Insurance Companies, 35,000,00
Tlie Agents of the abut e Comiany, for tl e Haw aiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Jluildings, hurnilure,
Merchant! im; and IVoduce, Marhmcr), etc.. also Sucat
and Rice Mills, and vessels in tne harbor, against loss
or damage by tue, on tne most lavoraue terms.
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. JWjm'ER & Ce.,
Acents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
(HILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. RKEH'EK C .
Ajents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
slcherungs Geieuschaft of Wlnterthur.
II. IIACKFEI.D A Ce., AGEXfS.
Capitalof the Company .... francs 5.000,000,000
l.L-ind,are prepared 10 insure lluildiugs, rurnuure.
Merchandise and IVoduce, Machinery, etc, alo Sugar
and Kice aim., arm vessel, lit tne naroor, afain.l loss
or danuge by hre, on the most favorable term.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR
ance Company. (Limited)
TIIEO. II. PAI'IES, ACE.Tr.
The above agent has received Instruction, to re
ducethe rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Fort, in the Pacific, and is now prepared to luue putt
cies aMhe lowest rates; with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. t
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob. Insurance Company.
BISHOr& Co., ACEXTS.
f'MlllMlle.l Liability lo Stoekholiler.
Assets . . ... .. .. ,$ti.a)i,ioo
Resent.., ... ... , .,730,090
iscoue roE i!;j:
Premium received after deduction of re
insurance..,. ,,., .. ,, .$ s.)Ee,aat,
Losaes promptly adjusted and paid here.
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of ban Francisco.
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGE.VTS.
T UBRICATINC OILS.
Wc desire iu call attrntton to the fin stock of OILS
wntcn we now tuiv on tund. ruuirinunt;
the fulUstsslng t
.freak lfMOU,U AmUiiM Utmii
Lard Od, In Uanets nl casei, ;
Cj linder oil. bt UureW and n cases J
Castor oil, (two qualuies) In cases J
la aiftue oil, in UutcIs ;
A cheap artist fuf light running m.-uhlnry. and. fur
most uses, fully ei.ual to th tuor ts-eitAivt oils.
WK ALAO KKtr H 1TOCR
SKIDGATH 01 U (n cases.
This od Is mad from shaiL's User, and Is fully tttX
IU l-MU, sUVM is wuia tTDrtspcr.
DARK LU11RICA1IN0 OIL, in ImU;
JusIlK thing (jf Sugar MdU Cwm Ci tiers and Cars,
ur any mow mm in nuknincr v. mint at uu irui
(-Vic of lk c.ctuit)a nU now ia use
la additlsMi to above, w Vttp
Kr.lrrOtl-lVwtur,s1 Nsr-Liy. Luural.
NAlS-flJU Od. taTLMlcal aVlati FW !
LiAsd Od. in (uantuUs to sum.
And 4 th Ust quaUtlv Also, contsiantly oq hand.
la oil and dry, and Whit Lemti and Mine, of
two avotunrs Mownw.
Juaibalblnc torul lltlagiaM,
PLOWS AND AORICULTURAL IWI'LEMKNTS
of stsstry desenfstiutt us4 on a Hantatkeft.
rKHCE WIRE AND HARDWARE of all kind
otMUally m kaud aad faf aaia caaae by
a. . mAJU warn,
I jesf Cw. Kiasf sas) Fort esnnis, HouJssU.
rj W. SEVHRANCH,
Jl6 CanroaNisSr ,CxL.,(KmuNa j)
IIAWAttAX fOSHIIt. .t l(l,WI.1tlX
tTARNDEN A Col
t.j Ssbsovir Sr , Nra CAirnaHia, S F
(iHxr.iLlt. riri:ritA.st.ti AtmxT.iAxit
fommltilnn Mertlmiilt. i
pRAMK II. AUSTIM ft Co,
Orrica Nu toCAUinnxu St. hit, S. f ,
f'W.ff AIIKT.I ,t KHIIIAIII,.
I nl Ayr ni 1,
'on.ltnmenls from the Hawaiian l.bn.1. drs,rej
1 he K.l ttirt warranted anl sales (uaranlrrd 4
-'MARLBS I1RRWB.R ft Co.
; Kim Sraa.T, Hostok,
Afli:XTS Or' IIAIVAIIAX I'ArKt'TH,
tlrnrinl (nmmlnlnii Apriif.
lheiiaaaiiantr.de. t reinht at lowen rates. 1
lo,rno fianos ; r,w Orjans i ure half; liy of tl,e
maniiraituirr. from it, u, Jimus ta.h, rent,
w installment. ( ratalitie. free.
corner Marltet and Powell, San Fran
pALMBR & REV,
SCOTCH TYPE rOTJNBERS.
The hrset ami
Onlr COmtfftt- 1 trtu. tnnn.l.v ..J
'nnters Warehouse on the Pacific Coast
aoj and toj LeldeidorrT and
5.9 Commercial ilre.li,
SAN FKANCISCO, CAI.
We Iceep on liaml the lirfest Itotk of Amenoin Fancy
1)1 evrr let on tin. cum. tl.lhrr wilh a
mo.tcomMegrkrr Miller ft Rich-
ard a Scotch Type s and can
fumhh, at slmrt notice,
Anyihlnn in the Printer's line,
from a IWVin to a Cylinder I're.t We have 'a tar.
.lock of new ami wcoml lund 4'nntinir. Vmmol
all nialea ami .in-.. We are sole acrntt for
UrabUII a (.ylinder Presses, ( otlrell ami
Ilabcock Cresses: aim I'eetless, CI111-
per. Jewel, (iordon ami Wai-
WASIIINOION HAND TRF.SSF;
new lluter steam enjines, -Inch are Just the llnnr for
printer., luerk Water Moten, Cem IViper Cullers,
ami a full line of Ktnbom '. UjokLindets'
OUR FIDF-LITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printinj Inks are contulerrd the 1 iu
i ou u,ru our rnlectKin pUle.I
Thcyta.e editonal work and conijMni.
tion, ami therefore save money.
t-TSr.ND FOR OUU CATALOOUE.
REMPM.ER -No house on this coa.t can compete with
us in quality of erjod..
Chicago office 178 Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
No. 82 KlBft Street, Honolulu.
KETAIL tlEALERS IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
t tfwould notify Ihe public, and housekeepers iu par
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
to suit purchasers and at lowest rates, fuel, u follows:
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut airy Lengths ;
N. S. W. NF.WCASTI.E COAL.
CF.LE1IRATF.I) FLLINtTION MINK?
I)U'AR1UKK IIAV COAU
The above can t ordered by Telephone or otherwise,
and immediate delivery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL.
Telephone, No. Joj
V.E ALSO kEEr IN STOCK
HAY. OATS-Cahfomia an.1 New Zealand;
HAKLt.Y-Whole and grouml r '
WIIKAT. COKN-H lole ar.1 cracked ;
I1RAN, MIIDLIN(!S,andolhf.ed. ,
Order the above through Telephone No. yjj.
AND WE WAEEANT
Qalok DtdlraiT & TU Wsstckt
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLANDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery 10 All Parts of the Cil) .
nmmumUr, No. SK Klssgc StrsssH.
TELErHONE Na SOS. S
PNTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner of Qurtn anl Edinburgh trcts. Honolulu, -II.
J. AONEWp IVomiBTOH,
Informs his friends ami the puOtc griKrallr that h
-m uTnni vuwimtm as ine auve stand ana iu
iiuiW conitt-s arrangrmrnts lot a
IWk Crsts.sU f tk Vr BM QauUltr.
WHICH IIE WILL OrrEE TV SALE
AT THE LOVVEM- POSSIULK FRICES.
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