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VOLUME III, NUMBER 49
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 4, 1883.
WHOLE NUMBER 153
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
IU,iOHBffil."iW$5.oo ' ,E,R ' WW.
I oreijrn nuhvription
$6 51 to $7.5, aernrdintt to their destination.
ur.Mixiscr..svr.s or iiosolvia;
scplt'inlwi 16, 1859, ilieil in Honolulu,
Henry I Poor, of thfc mcrcnntlle firm of
Charles A. anil II. I". Poor, al the earl) orc
of 27 )enrs. Ills tliscnsc was uilrnonary con
sumption. Mr. Poor was a mtivc of Iloston,
Massachusetts, anil a son of llcnjamtn Poor, of
that cily lie was a thorough gentleman, of
a mml genial anil pleasant imposition, ami liis
tleceasc was much rerjrctteil. He was Master
of ll.iwall.m 1-o.lge, 1. A A. M.
September loth, ilieil at Kohala, Hawaii,
John W. Pitt Klniti, son of Princess lluth
Kretikolani ami William Pitt I.clciolioku,
This young man, who ilieil at the early age of
eighteen, vtas one of the highest chiefs on the
islamls, licing descended from a long line of
Hawaiian chiefs and chlcfcsscs. His grand
father was the celebrated " Hilly Pitt" Kalai
inoku, who held so high a position in the con
duct of affiirs after the death of Kamchamcha
II, In liclng the business man and confidential
ndvhrs of Kanhumanu the regent, during the
minority of Kamchamcha HI. Kinau died of
consumption. An instance of native supersti.
tion may lie related here. The day thesoung
rhicf landed on the Island of Hawaii, the sol
canlc eruption of 1S59 burst forth from Mauna
U),1, and many of the natitcs liclicvcil that
Pclc hid thrown nut the lava stream in special
honor of the arrival of this high chief.
The wheat crop of Maui for 1 859, was
neatly double that of 1S5S, some 25,000
bushels having been made into flour, etc., at
the Honolulu l'lour Mill. The press of worU
was such, that the mill was run night as well
as da). At that dale, nolxly would have be
lieved that ten years liter not a pound of
wheat would be raised in these Islands.
Septemlicr 15th, the notorious Captain
llnjcs, the most consummate rogue of modern
times, and a successful one withal, arrived at
the port of Kahului, Maui, in the brig Kllcn
ita, with the ostcnisblc object of getting a
few frcsli provisions, being on his way from
San I'rancivco to Australia. Hut his main
object was to smuggle goods. Peter Trend-
way, the .Sheriff of Maui, heard of his proceed
ings, and rode over from Lahaina. I'inding
I layes on shore, he arrested him for a violation
of the revenue laws. Hut at Hajes' earnest
request, the sheriff accompanied him on Iward
tjic brig, that he might give some necessary
directions to his mile, after which he would
return to the shore for trial before a magistrate.
Hut once on Iward, Hayes detained the sheriff
on various pretexts, until it was too dark to
go on shore, and he consented to sleep on
board, I jBjcs promising that in the morning
he vvoidd nccoiiiiany the sheriff to Lahaina,
svhile the mate should take the brig around by
sea. Hut when morning came, I laves coolly
told Trcadvvay that the arrest was illegal, and
that he should resist it. He said he should go
to sea immediately, and gave Trcaduay his
choice, either to go ashore or to remain on
hoard. Hcing alone, the sheriff was obliged
to submit, and had the mortification, from the
beach of Kahului, to sec the Hllcnita under
full sail and bound off. llajcs conveniently
forgot to pay for the supplies he had obtained
at Kahului, aliout $100 worth. It was highly
amusing, in subsequent ) cars, to hear Peter
Trcadvvay relate the affair how nicely he was
taken in by the sinoolli-tongucd rascal. The
svholc histnty of Hajcs, il it could be fully
written, would lc a most readable romance
there would lie few tales to compare with it in
ancient or mudcrn history, as illustrations of
successful rascality, . 1
lielicvc that tic was
eventually killed by sonic of his own crew
the South seas.
September 17th, by the arrival of the Hritish
ship Achilles, news was icccivcd of the burn
ing at tea of the American ship Mastiff, liound
from San l'rancisco to Hongkong. The ship
took fire on the 13th, and In spite of all efforts
of the officers and crew, was totally dcstro)cd.
Very fortunately, the Achilles was in company
at the time, and rescued the passengers and
crew of the burning ship. Among the former
were, C. C. Harris (late chief justice) and
Richard II. Dana, the tmthor of "Two Years
before the Mast," and other works. The
Achilles brought the passengers to Honolulu.
.Among these were one hundred and seventy
four Chinese, and this accession to our Mongo
lian imputation created quite a sensation the
question being, "What shall we do with
.them ?" Now, in these times, the arrival of a
thousand of these people creates no ripple of
l'arly in Octolser, the king, with the ap
proval of the privy council, apiwintcd several
new members of the Hawaiian House of
Nobles, namely : Messrs. Richard Armstrong,
C. K. Bishop. C. fi. Hopkins, I. W, IU Mai-
kal, David Kalakaua and John Richardson,
It will lie rememlieicil that, at this date, the
nobles sat separately from the icpte.entativcs.
October 12th, dial in Honolulu, Mr. John
II, Sleeper, associate editor of the P, C. Ad
sertUvr, agctl a6 ) cars. He was a native of
Kxelcr, New Hampshire, ami a joung man of
talent. On the fame day, and under the same
roof, with but a few hours difference, died
Mr. John Ladd. Hoth deaths were sudden
the former from inflammation of the Knvcli,
and the last from appoplcxy, Mr, I-add was
a native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 49
)ears of age, and had resided here some fifucii
jcars. These two sudden deaths created a
feeling of gloom m this then mull community,
October 15th, arrived a company ol per
formers of 1 novel character at least It was
novel to this coiimmiiilv the "Swiss Hell
Uingers." They attracted Urge audiences at
llic lioval Hawaiian Theatre.
October 161I1, occurred an unfoitunatc
affair, whereby a native lot his life. The
lurk France Palmer, Capt. John Paly, was
l)ing at the wharf. The first officer, Mr. Italun,
had been on shore. Coming aboard about
6 o'clock and finding the supper table cleared
off, he reprimanded, tho steward, Cluilcy,
in) he. and gave him orders as to the nupper
hour In future. The steward made some
reply, at which Halou, regarding it Impeitincnl,
kicked the steward in the neck or head, caus
ing him to nl and fall out on the deck, He,
died Instantly, cither from the blow or the
heavy fall. A coroner's inquot was held, the
Jury returning a verdict to the effect that
Charley came to his death fiom a kick iu h'u
head bv C. S. Halon. Ihe Utter was ad
milted to ball iu the sum 9! $6,000, on a
charge of manslaughter, At the trial which,
took place at the January term of the supreme
court, Halon was acquitted by the jury, eleven
soling not guilty against one for conviction,
The unprofesioiul public were subsequently
not .1 little at a loss to understand how a m-in
could lie acquitted of being the cause of the
death of another, ami yet he mulcted In dam-
ges to the dead man's widow, as was the
case with llaton in a civil suit which was
brought Immediately after the conclusion of
the criminal action.
Hy the clipper ship I'tving Dragon, which
arrived on Octolier 15th, en route for jarves
Island, came as inwcngcrs, Messrs. Ilass.
locher and Waldau, eminent Ccrmin Instrii
mental musicians. ,.Mr. Hasslochcr was a
pianivl of Ihe first order, ami Waldau art
equally accomplished vlMifiTM. At all events
Hasslochcr captured our entire community
(musical, it should be added), and, in addi
tion, married nn.l earned off n fair aml'vetl
endow cred widow
In the latter part of October, Messrs. Ilrcwcr
& Co. moved into the old stone market build
ing on Queen (tcll, which they have ever
since occupied. It was originally intended
and u"d for market stalls, for the sale' of
meats, vegetables; fruits, etc. Hut the project
fell through, for various reasons, and the gov
ernment was quite ready to get the thing off
The annual meeting of the U. II. Agricul
tural Society was held on the 2(th of Octolier.
The report of the retiring president talked
hopefully (against hope) of the encouraging
prospects of the culture of rice, cspechll),
because Mr. Ilolstcin hail demonstrated in the
Nuuinu valley that rice could be successfully
cultivated here; also paid a high compliment
to Dr. Hillcbrand for his exertions in intro
ducing new varieties of seeds and plants. We
will not now grumble and ask who did not
know thai rice would thrive where there is
plenty of soil and water : or lie. querulous as to
the real liencfit resulting from the aforesaid
seeds and plants we arc loo much engaged in
sugar to pay attention tosuch things now. Hut
the mention of these circumstances shows the
low condition of our agriculture at that date.
Our main product was wheat, and we grew so
much of it that the market was overstocked,
the mill refusing to buy any more, at any
price. The natural consequence was, that the
native cultivators became discouraged, and did
not plant any more, and, as n result, that
business gradually but permanently fell off.
Still, the few who attended this meeting of the
H. II. Agricultural Society, spoke most hope
fully of the possibilities of raising cotton-, grow
ing grapes for the manufacture of wine; con
verting the refuse of sugar plantations into
mm and making a pure spirit out of the ki
rootj the manufacture of leather, of soip, of
packing beef, and of manufacturing salt.
Again, we were told that improved slock were
inultipljing, (very slowly,) and sparrows and
linnets, the honey lice and Dorking fowls, had
been domiciled at the islands. This all sounded
verj nice and encouraging in those dajs, but
appears quite small potatoes in these. The
society was dwindling, or rather tottering, to
wards its end. The officers elected for the en
suing vcar were: John Montgomery, presi
dent; II. It. H. L. Kaniehamcha, It. Moffitt,
James Makce, W. C. Shipnian, T. Metcali
and It. W. Wood, vice-presidents; J. W.
Austin, treasurer; W. Hillcbrand, corrcsiwnd
ing secretary; L. McCully, recording secretary;
C. h. Gudlon, 0. Fuller, D. Montgomery,
C. II. Hates and J, Wood, executive commit
tee. The bridge over the Wailuku river at Hilo,
which was begun In July and completed so as
to be open to the public early in September,
was the cause of general rejoicings in that dis
trict, where there had never been any attempt
at n bridge over the rushing, lioiling stream,
lie) niul a mere plank. It had been freely,
used up to October 21st, by the general public,
without a suspicion of danger. On that after
noon, however, as a picnic party of foreigners,
ladies and gentlemen, were returning to Hilo,
just as they were fairly upon the bridge, the
sustaining chains snapped and the whole
structure fell with a crash into the stream.
Wonderful to relate, no lives were lost.
II. L. S.
jiAii.tr a i' mrii.iHsu,
To railroad irosltions are likely soon to
come licfore the people of Honolulu ami Wai.
MU. Tor a Uing time, the government lias
been considering the advisability of extending
Queen street to Kapiolanl l'arkj licginningat
Diamond Head, and bringing macadam this
way, filling in low places along the nearly
direct line of road, and making an available
tramway for ihe introduction into the city of
macadam necessary for street rejiairs. Hut
lack of funds Im prevented the government
from curving out its intention.
Capitalists have recently applied for a fran
chise In build a road from some point along
Kort street, makal of Merchant, probably
along Queen street and over the marshes, to
some point in WaikiU. It remains to be seen
whether such .1 road can be shown to be a
good business proKition. There is a deal of
valuable land along the proposed route, but
whether It can lie made available for residence
purposes will be matter for careful examination
on the part of invcatnis, if the prowv.itton
assumes a tangible biiiness shape.
Anolhir local railroad scheme has liecn long
under consideration by residents alone the line
of King strict, and by properly owners of
vvaiklkt. 11 cnmeinnialt'S iho imllilini. nl n
narrow -gaiiBC railroad, for passenger and mis
cellaneous traffic, conncclmi; ihe corner of
Kinc and Tort streets, or of Kino and Alakea.
with some jpolnt near Diamond Head, rlhe
road town tonne whole instance ontlicmakai
side of the present carriage w ay, along King
nu-vi aim viuifciM ioau, so as 1101 10 intcriere
with the latter, so deservedly popular, and so
thoroughly appicclatcd ni the best drive in Ihe
Within a few weeks, an lnnlish centlcman.
a Mr, rioucrdew, has applied for a charter to
build n road along ihe line of 'King tm-l as
outlined atKivc. On the face of tilings, the
proposition looks like a purely siieculalivconc.
It does not appear that Mr. I lowcrdcw has
such Interests in the country as couiivl the be
lief that he would lie likely (o operate the road
as an investment, should he secure the charter,
lie is said to lc sure of interesting California
capitalists in the sjicculation. Hut speculation
Is jut what the "1'lains" people and the
Waikiki people, who chielly are liitercstesl, 1I0
rot want. They desire a nutl built for I heir
accommodation and benefit a toad built on Its
merits, to a) and they are content to wait
until the times are riie for the coiuummation
of the project. It ls.bclii.vcd llial the cliartir
asked lor liy Mr. Klowcrdew will Ik ooposesl,
and that within a )var another aniUiiinlar pro
position will take better shape.
Ccn.u. ritumskhow that iulhc great woolen
mills of the United Statu the oicrativeii are
principalH women, The manufacture of men's
clothing Is alto in the hand of women, So,
000 being eiiiploetl in shops. In addition to
the millions who work at their homes j 3,000
women are engaged in nuking aiiiliciat
feathers, and 4,000 are at work 11 the book
binding busiies, which euiptojs but 5,000
men. Thcjuy-rolls of the man)' shoe factories
In the difloieiit states contain Ihe lumes of
25,000 women, and their work Is considered
fii.t-cUu. In th niakini! of oonfxtlonerv
2,ooo are engaged, and another army prsxluces
inoa) of the corsets worn In the United States.
''The slraugot fact made known bv thecenaus
Is that twenir women are cuiployni in making
gunpowder; (ut a great many more in blowing
up dudes of husbands and other innocent cock
tail absorbing people, p ut in American
O HALL ft SON
(t Imlted) I
iMronTPits axii nrAirns in
Itartlirare ami llencrnt Mereliamllne,
Cos. or Klin sun Knur St.ft, IIONOI.UI.17
William W Hall .. President ond Maltaier
I,. C AW f .,.. .Secretary imtTrrasurer
P. U J tme., If -aies. . Auditor
Directors!. O. HsIljOesUe I.. Ilo.e. iji
CMITII Ik THURSTON,
No. 18 MmciMNT Smrrr
J V O. Sviitit,
1 1. A. Iiiumo
ILLlAM O. SMITH & Co.,
J I A Tiuhstom, 1
W O. Smith f
niofk'nnii 111:. 1 1. v.st.iti: nnonr.us,
No. M Mr.RCIIANr STKr.ET, HONOLULU.
(Ellnlllllilil in iSjQ )
Sugar I'hntation, Hnilroad, Telephone unit other Cor
poration Stocks, llonds Ami simihr Securities
lloilfhl rfrir .SoM ,i r'ninoifntoM
Money leaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, 11. L, OctolT t, t9S3. rto-tf
O B. DOLE,
Counselor at Law amtt Xolarit VahHr,
Cor. I'okt akii Msbciiant Sntrrrs, HONOLULU
Oftirrat flrnrrr ttntt I'rarlthm Sirutrr
No. 67 lIoTKuSTRrrr, Honolulu.
O00.I1 (lehteieit to cmtnmeiV reM.VncM fre of
cliarce. )w received, r Ute nrriaN, ft frh line of
Ukhcb lrfM-ene. All onler filleil wuh pronifrtneM.
HlAfid cinleril tolicitetU 15
CLARENCE W, ASHPORD,
ATTOtlXr.V, SOIACtTOIt, V.TV.
No 15 KAAHl'MANt; Strfrt.
ITTUIlSl'.r AT I.A II",
Ami Notary I'uldic. Attends all the Courts of the
06 FnT SranET, Honolulu, i
ATTOUSKV Jt COVXSV.r.r.OH AT LA II-.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OrriCK corner Kort ANti Hkhetania Sts ,
SViltlKOXH AXi ttOMlKPATHIG PltV-
Office Hours Until 9 a, m., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 f.M
TNO. S. McCREW, M, D.
VltYHICIAX and .StfltOKOX,
Hotel street, between Fort and AUkea Mteeti.
From 7 to 10 a. m ; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
io6-tf Telephone No. 164.
TT B. EMERSON, M. D.
HoNOLVLir, II. I.,
riivsiciAX Axn stritai;ox,
iKLRNIONB Nt'MBKR I49.
Office hour from 81i to toM a. m lUtoiU p.
Office and residence number 1, Kukuf street.
corner rort street.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S,
lIONOLULir, II. L
JtKXTAI ItftOUN OX J-'OJtT HTJtKMST.
Office in IlrewerV Itlock, corner Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street.
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I,,
AOEXT lit TAKK ACKXOnTA?IflK
went to Co it tract it to Labor
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, !planade, 15
voMMisHiosr.it or nr.Kiis
For the Stale of California, for the Hawaiian Islands,
anil General Agent lor the l'acific Mutual Life In'
surance Coinijany of California. 141
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Interior Officr, Honoluli;,
AflKST TO TAKK AVIiSOH'hHDaK
iHrntM to Contract for Labor, 3
JOHN H. PATY,
Honoiuiv, Oaiiu, H. I.,
For the States of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of llishop & Co.
JP T. LENBHAN A Co.
Nuuanu Strut, llovou'ut.,
IMl-Oltrr.UH AXJl VOMM1S.HIOX
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
tos and 107 Kort Strkkt,
InijHtrtrr and Itealer In 411 kind of
Mule loud, i'iic Good,
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines Mirror and
Mirror l'Ute, Fixture Frames and Cornice made to
C BREWER & COMPANY,
General Mercantile ami Vtnntllon Ayrut
Qvtv.it Stxiu.t, Honolulu.
OlTicent -P. C Jones, Jr., president and manager
Joeph O. Carter, trcawier and .secretary. Directors:
Huns. Charles R. Bishop and III A. K Carter! Henry
ilay, auditor, t8
Shlf Carpenter, Spar Maker and Caulker
No, 9 Qi een St bket (below 1 lonolulu Iron Works)
1UTRS. A. M. MBLL1S,
No. 104 KoKT,SrstkT, HoMtii.u,
iFAshioxahia: liitr.ss axu cloak-
U7M. G. IRWIN & Co.
llONOUU', II, 1 ,
SI'tlAlt FAVntltS AXO COMMiSSlOX
cLAliasraiwCkCLS. 1 WM.n, I it win,
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Nit jj roKTbraaKI, ItohOttxtr,
IMPOM'KltS AXII ntiALKItS IX HAItlh
irart, Cutlery, Tool,
Faints and Oils and General Merchandise, 1
A W. FIERCE & Co.
llONOH-'LU, H. 1.,
SlliP CIIAXht.KHSAXh COMMIHSiOX
Agents (or Brand' Uuiu ajid Botab Lances and Per
ry IX us' Fain KUIcr, 1
T AINE ft Co.
Honolulu, II I.
COMMIHSIOX MHUUIIAXTS JMI'Ult.
ler. si Mil Ittalrri Iu
li), Grain and General Produce.
E. MclNTYRB ft BROTHER,
Cor. Kino akd Fort Sri-, IIokoU'lv,
OlttHf.ltr AXlt fUKU STOKK.
II HACKFBLD Co.
Quo Srtr, Honolulu, 11 I.,
DKXKIt.iL COMMIHSIOX AtlKXTS.
CD. HOPFSCHLABOBK ft Co.
. Hoi-PULf, yAuuvlL I,,
fMI'OMTIiHM ASH COMMISMOX M UK'
S. GK1NUAUM & Co.
M htt's IlL.K K, tJt ttS SfRFRT,
IMPOHTEIIS -I.WJ II UOl.tlHttl.E Ur..
rrn tit llrtirrnt Mrrrniinlt
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
at, C'AiirnRKiA Sr , Sss FsAHrnco,
inmwtnhtsti .txn tmt.Hissiox
Sjwrwl fftrllitiet for and tvartlcuUr attention pii to
conMKnmnt of hland protluce.
No. ttt Tort brnrRT, l!oroLt'LWt
WAintMAKV.n, n:rr.M:nt awom-
rrr rtiitf lthtmnmi ,Srttrr
AH order faithfully tecuted. 3
T AWRUNCK ft FRCETI1,
Il4n and !timatr furnUhed for Work of Con
st ruction, Clil 1'nflneetlne nnd Survejinit OlTice
comer of Halek.iuwtla and Kihue itreeti, next door
to idemann' I'rick ware home,
I'. O. Ilo 101. tiftly
Nrt. 114 FoRT3T..t)rroMTBPAKTMrWSTALr,
ItOOTA.VI StlOVMA K:. itOOTfi ASI)
Slutvn tmitlr to unlet;
Of lest material at reawnaUe t'nce and fot cavS. a
TJOLLISTER A Co.,
WllOLRMLR AND ltRTAlL
'iintraatsTs axi tiiimccoxists.
No, 5) Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, 1,
No. i3 Nt'iTANt Strfrt, Hovou.hi II I.,
I'nietlrul Vhniihrvxt linn fitter ittul C
jtrrMmlth. ParticuUr altrntinn JvaU to the httinr up of the
Springfield Gi .Machine. 1
"P H. OEDING,
Freight, Packages ami 1 litre life tleliveresl 10 and from
all parts of Honolulu ani vicinity Careful at
tention paid to movim; Furniture, with
WAGONS UXl'KCSSLV FOR THE PURPOSF.,
Telephone B6; rtMilence 134 Punchbowl street.
Office 86 King street. 106 tf
PHILLIPS & Co.
ami Wholrnnle Drtttrra tit Clotlitnft Hoot,
Shoes, Hats, Mens's Furnishing GooJs,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. tt Kaahumanu street.
ItONOLl'Ll, H. I t
aitocr.HY, ;; .i.v vnoristox
Would like heads of families, boardinghouse keeper
and others to know that he at all times sells at prices
bwest of the low. Orders solicited and gonds promptly
delivered In any part of the city or suburbs. Number
100 King Street, between Alalcea and Fort Sts. i-6m
OASTLE & COOKE,
No, Bo, Kino Strfrt, Honoiulc, H. 1.
.sjWj.iiffif rlliff CoitilnlMMlon Jlerchantlt
Importers ant! Dealers In
Ihe Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
aid in I
The Alexander & 1 laid in Plantation.
R, Halucad, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J M. Alexander, Haiku, .Maui.
Tltm Hiifii Mffai (nnipry.
Ihe Koliala Itugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco,
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
Ihe make Manulacturlntf company ot 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 Sl Son s Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibb's, Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler & )
Wilsons bewmg Machines. rj
rHARLES T, GULICK,
ACKNT TO TAkK ACKNOW. LUU.MENTS TO LABOR
Comtkacts AStl .
GENERAL BUSINESS AGfcNT.
Office in Mackee'a Block at corner Queen and Kaahiw
tnanu street, Honolulu. 2 ij
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Wholet1e and Hetatt Grocer,
Fort atreet, Honolulu.
Fresh rocenet and prosidons of all kind on hand and
received regularly from hurope and America which
will be unld at the lowest market rate.
Goods delivered to any part cf the city free of charge.
Manuoruer toucitea ana prompt attention win be
illten to the tame.
XX7-ONG LEONG & CO.,
NUUANU STBrET, Cor. Marinr,
Aftettt for -Wot-in ill SttQur, M'alamn It lee
And Kailua Rice I'lantation and Mill, tiiy
THE0. H.DAV1BS & Co.,
(Late Janion, Crkbh & Co.)
tMPOHTlilt, COMMIHSiOX MFAtCHAXl
and Ayent or
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company. 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co.
lktfORTItRSANI) DsALEKS IN
hoots, shoes, rvitxisiuxo noons,
Jlat., Vaii., Trunk', 1'alf.r.,
Perfumery and Soaps, WiJiham Watches, King lew.
clrv, etc., cor, oTFort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I.
(- E. WILLIAMS,
iMI-ORTKR AND DRALKR IN
rvuxirvitt: ot'Kruur nr.sciiirTiox
Al.o I'lilwt.trrer ami MUHuuctHrrr
Furniiurs Warerooms No, 109 Fort street. Worse,
uiop at old stand on Hotel Street, All order! promptly
& tended 10. 43 .
I .... I ! I
V-AMOILIILI POI FACTORY,
A. K KUNUIAKKA, Proprietor.
l!K$r PAI Al put up toorstcr In any st)le desired;
hard, soft, or (n larrcrs. Orders through the poMiricc
will has. prompt Attention, ishclher lor cily or other
part 1 of t h. islands. 1 4 S'm
JOHN T, WATERHOUSB,
Ql'tRN SlUIT, HoKOLIILlI, II. I.,
imvoutiui axu nr.Ai.r.n is" aus
tral Mrrthamllte. 1
TJLAGSI FLAGS 1 1
inMteralaues, yMKKICAN aiul HAWAIIAN.
ForuUat T G, IHRUM'S Fort-strcet Stor..
P I NICHOLS,
Ni. io)( Fnstr SrarRT. Honolulu,
cirn. r.stu xur.u ash coxtuactou
For the Constructloa of RaUrcadf,
Mills Lsndui, Iron, Woclcn .n.1 CoinUnation
di;t uducss riu) huifulon llnd i
for Can Humes. 140
Ni'iiui (4 lloirL Strut,
MKAt.S SEHVEU AT ALL
liotiiM of the tloy,
Special lernit for regular boarders, lit. only suits.
Ue prisate room in town (or Ladies
Mrs. Leoo dejean. Proprietress.
pEOPLK WILL CO
FRQM PUCE TO PUCE,
Rutins rmor Tobacco and Cisrs, epectui to get a
eoud smoke, lriey viaht as well try la get wool
by sluiwg a hj-dranbc fau. Th. thing cao'l be done.
Has the lot Cla.H, Tosacco and all kinds of
buiuflaa' OuuLa in ih. market, at
No. ;l FORT STREET.
No. f it'Rf 'lAKT SfRRKT, ttOMOLULU II I
ui ran tints or anx i:iia h jtnnuttAb-
ttlur frunt trnnret F.njttmtt
OermAnjr and the L fitted States t
tl6 AND JlJCUIFORNIA SfRHFT, S. F.(
wittn.iiHA 1.1: amwiiits.
pAnitiihr attention paid to filling and shipping I
and orilerv 1
T WILLIAMS U Co.
101 and 104 Fort Strrkt,
Picture of all sues and kinds made to order, and
frames of all decrf'tion constantly on htnd A No
Cural Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific.
A LLEN ft ROBINSON.
HosoLtLti, II. I ,
Jienler tit T.umttrr ami rtl kltut nf Jtuttit
tittf Mtttertnl, Vtihttt Oft, .ftffft rtr,t
Agents of cl.ooners
Hilc&kaU, Kulaminu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Uilama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At UoUnson's W liirf I
T YONS A LEVEY,
Atfrtttmeer mirf Vnmmttntt Merrhttttti,
llFAvrrt Block', Qi'rkn Srri HnvoLt iv.
Sale of ( Furniture, Stock, Real r.itate and General
Merclnndise protnptl)' altmdcd to. Sole agents fur
American and I.uropean merchandise. I I, I.)ous,
uS r U J. Iey.
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Il0NOLl'U II I
Href, Vent, Mutton, l.mnt, Poultry
it tut 7
ConMintly on hind, and of choitcU quality. Pork
Samac, llolognas, etc, alwn)s on ha ml. (Jur meats
are all cut and put up in I'nMern st)Ie. AH orders
luthfuiiy attrmieii to, and Mtiivrrcu in any mn 01 ine
.1... LI It. .a. I C. I... - ltl -..I I.
city. Shop on Hotel Street, liKeen Union a
Sireets, (4t6ml (t, UAUPP, i'ropi
'D. C. KOWE,
imir.sr, ami Max pa txriut,
pArttR Hasgfr, etc,
107 Kliif street, Honolulu
84 King street,
And Importer of American Jeweirj of every devrip-
IISTI. i U MltllJ Vt aT til 1 i.liH.ITS.U, UllllUI 111,1, )U
F BVERS A COOICE,
(Slccko to LfHRk& Dickson,)
MMPonrr.ns axu ir.AUius ix lvm-
her and alt UUutn of HuthUna Matrrtat.
Fort street, Honolulu, H, I. i
P 0. HALL & SON,
Cosnrr Fort and Kino Strekts.
IMPOItTllltS, ItVALEISS IX UAltlh
tvurCt Dry flood, Paint,
O.Uand General Mrchandi. i
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
w.ATiir.it, mnr.s, taluhv, ,i,yj
Agent for the Ro-aI Soap Company. No. 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9
Honolulu, H. I.,
llLACKSMtTU, JtACitiXI.ST, C-liN
rtttar ItvrK, ttocnr Nhuetuy,
Thntation Machinery, etc
next to Cattle & Cooke's.
Shop or. King street,
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper and Shoot Iron Worker,
blUVfcb AND KANUISS,
of all kind, Plumliers stock and metals, house furnish
ing goons cnanuciiers, lamps, etc
T M. OAT & Co.
" IIOSOLLXU, II. I.,
HAIIrMAKIUtS. FLAGS OF ALL ll
acrldtun made and repaired.
Loft in A F, Cooke's new- fire-rrcef building, foot ot
fsiiuAmi Mrcet aa
HONOIIX' , 1 I.
PIOXKER STEAM CAXDY MAXUFAC-
tory and tluhcry.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
p ENGL1NG & Co.,
No. 5 Kvi'axu SmERT,
TIXS.HITII.S AX1) i'Ll'MllKim, 1IKAL
rr. la Store., Hattac, Tin, 31
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, Maii, II I,,
COMMiSSlOX Mi:itCIIAXT AXJ HK.V
rrnf Jlralrr la lry (Intnl.,
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and (iLlssware. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hokoi Ul-ll, II. I ,
stj:am exuixks, jum.r.its, svn.i
Mill., Cooler., Irjtn, lira..
And Lead Castings. Machinery of eser) descri;4u
maua to order, particular mllsntlon lulu 1
llucksmithing Job wors. executed on th.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
r. 1t1tr.Hr.it x co.wiM.vr, Au't:
Merchandise, receised Stornje Frce and literal cash.
aiiraim inane oi biiiiuicms uy mis iti.
THE MONTAGUE RANGE
FORFEITING IN IIU1CK.
G. ENGLING sC C'.,
A'. J.V.mik St., IhtuM.ytl I.
Sol. agrutt for thei Islands. Th. best cooking ap-
(araiusiorme ruiuatUHi, noteior r.rauy.
UANOES ss I'lXl bitCS such as
Hot Water Holler.,
Urate liar., J'te.,
Always In stock.
F.sllkii directions for setting tin accmnnany every
Ct'nufart ait.1 i-ii on afflUaiim, lii-qr
-pHOS. 0, TIIRUU,
luromura anii MsNurACTi'sisn
STATlOXr.lt, Xr.HS.KIHXT, l'lll.Ti:it,
And puUisher ol the S ATfsiuv PaRsa, an.1 Asnti
s.l;4u.',(,l.4. Merchant street. !..!
er In Fbse Sutioncrv, sviks. aludc. Toys and Faftty
tjoods fort street. nr Hotel. Honolulu.
A S. CLEOHORN ft Cj.
luroaTrvs ami, Usaimas ih
Or.'.V ..!. MKHCUASlMiK,
Corner Queen and Kaahumaou Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co,
QititN Strrkt, lloaoasv. II. I.,
MM I' cu.ixiilj:hs ASI COMMIHSIOX
Importers aal Dealers a General alercroridise. i
JsT r, BURGESS,
CAUI'KSTKM mn4 HViLHKH.
AU kLoils of Jobbing promjely atteodeJ to.
Tcsefiborie Ny. lya, WiHiaauon's Eapres OAc.
Shop No. It SteSsH.' ' ' 10.
rjisiioi' u Co.
HoitOU'tll II I ,
rawr:!un(ronih BANK OP CALIFORNIA,
Sin Franclico, ml thnr atrnli In
MESSRS M. M. ROTHSCHILD SONS, txn.lon.
The OIlinNTAL DANK CORPORATION ol
London, and their branches in
Anil transact a genera! Manlcing IluInevt. i
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN
lIOTOLt Ll', III,
nr.A 1. i:hta rr. nmiur.n axii i:.urt.nr-
Rent Rooms, Cottager, Houe,lml sell, arnt let.es
Real 1-.tale in all tarn of the kingdom 1 niDlovnicnt
found for thoAe seeking work in all the vanout tranche
of buunel connected with thec I.LinJt. laical docil.
menu drawn. Itillv Co ecled. ;ook and A&ruunti Keot
anl general oflice wutk tran.icted ratronAi.e toticited
iomml.vioni moilerati V4
-s W. MACI'AKLAtm a Co.
Cor Fort and Qi rcn Strfrts, Hosottxi-,
Jmimrtrr ttatl ('cmmtnttntt Mrirhanla,
, Agents lor
The Glssgnw and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Waiknpn Plantation .
The Spencer Plantation, Hilo
llakalau Plantation, Hilo
Mlrlees, Tnlt A Wation. SiiRar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
iMniRTFR ANII IIFaIFR IN
oLAssrAur.,Mr.iuin:x sii.vr.n rt.A-
int Warr, itrachetn, Tilerje,
Cotn'jimlUm Spectacles and Fecla.v.,
lire Ware. FanrixlM. Ficture Frames. Pis
tols, strKtcnhnima locket cutlery,
tols. fntenholm a Pocket Cutlery, rowdcr. Shirt and
Alnmti'iitlon. ClirL'a Snoot Cuttoti. Machine Oil. all
kind of Machine Needles. "Dome.lic I'apr Fashions.
Sole Agent of the universally Acknowledged
Llght-Runiilnir Domestic Sewing- Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
vjiA.iifAtixi: tjjnr.it aiaxviuvthiii;
No. 13 LlLlltA STRRBT, HoiIOLtLU.
Tills health. ins igoratln beverage is for sale at all the
leading saloons in Ihe cuy. Orders from the other
islinds promptlj attended to. 133
IMhST.MF.NT AND AOKNCV
Comjian) (Limited )
On Hfit-cltu .eciiritief, for lotiff or Miort period.
nppiyio . i ijrJr.il
.Manat'er n ttii.
Office Oueen Street, over U,
P A. SCHAEFER & Co.
HnNOt.lLi', Hawaiian Islands
r.uponri:i:s axi commisHiox mj:h-
ILDER St Co.
Cor. Fort and Quumcn brs., HoMiLi'Lti.
i.um nr.it, j'Aixrs, oils, xah.s,
ami llulhltnu Material, of every 1.1ml. 1
P P. ADAMS,
Qurbn Sthbet, lloOLt,LO,
.1 VCriOXKiUl A Xl COMMiSSlOX MKH
-ONTRACTOR and UUILDER.
. ir.i r
Is now ready to atlend 10
All Onlcr. trtth JVoffl'fiira. aml.llt.jxitrlt.
Temporary shop on site of the fire, King street.
TH-HNIONE . ..... No. 11a
Wholesale and Retail Orooeri,
No. 67 Hotei. SmnitT. ,
(Campbell Fire-proof Iluilding ) .
Vtr.h llootl. Continually" oh tlten'ay.
Island Mutter njisays on hand
Ttti rrnoNK No. aao. 1st tf
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The undersigned las recently fi Ited up
In elegant sljle, ihe Urgeroonii Cottage formerly be
longing Jo the .cinon estate, nn Nuuanu street,
beyond the Commercial Hotel premises,
for the purKse of conducting
A superior Lodging House.
The name pf this pleasant telteat is the "WHITE
HOUSE." It cannot tte surpassed In the kingdom for
coinfott and cleanliness.
TUP. GROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornamented with sha le tieea.
Persons of resjieciaUlity may alaisbe sure of acheer
ful home there. A silling room Is set aiait for the cnn.
sentence of guests. A FEW MORE ROOMS ARE
VACAN 1". Ferins al. aya moderate.
.MRS. J. T. WHITE,. I-toprleior,
eMTManyof onr readers will eniemlr Mrs. White
as proprietor of the lodging house on Fort street, ad
Wuingtlie Pantheon tables, v.Msh was such a roni
fottalJe home under her manasement. llt'ttn
1 , 1 ,-J.u..
OOKSI BOOKS I BOOKS I
" s r .
The lUwallsn IslaatU nad the PaeUks,
" L ' . '
SOME Or WHICH AIR
Ellis's PoLVxniAN I(r?rARt.iies ' . t volumes
A Tni'R lis HaWA'I '" Ulis
AJnuRKRt Rhku tub World (1 vols.),i ...Simpson
Ora Journal ih tiir I'AtiricT .. ..L'ardle).Wilnx4
Sis Mouths in the Sash ich Iilakus. .lliu Itui
'(iie poLYKi-siAS Kac. fvol. )" '.,
t.Ui; or I.ucv ('.. Tiiursion,
Jarvis' Hi.roHVur T,1E Hawaiian Iilanls
IUkniitt's SkiTCiicsor Hawaiian' Hisumy.
IU.aiian Aluakacand Asnvau";'. .. i8;j-iWj
Hawaiian FaSNi. E. Railey
HAWAiiAkt Cli TArRRS.
fob tsu kl
ul-im THOMAS 0, THRUM.
HOPP Co., 74 King street,
Imftrltri assuf Joaeacervel t
Evetry sleseriyMsHm af laTttsWs,
To THR LsHIUi-TrHamiitH. T'tsels, CiotlH. SOk
ConiU-iu ereey shades- railor Seta reslvivi, '
covered, cdsslid and nad. eiatl to
new, Matrreoes re made aod
Ceaanesl al aaort
Ws Mt aess4 lot frt-tsM wor . sja moilsfRts
HAMBURO.MAGOKI1URO FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg.
Hulklir.it, sMerchamIiet lumtture and Machinery
Injured agatmt r ire on the mot favoraWe term, t
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
ffifififif! r, lCrfi s
Ihe abuve It itiram-e CouiMny, ha ctMihed a
General Agei. rre, ami the iimlrsifiWd, (lenenl
Agents, artr an vired to uht rtV af ahwt thedtnireri
of the bea at tt.e dkK remonablc rstes and on the
most favorable t nn.
rUEMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
' A itAirER A C A(tttt
Alo agent for the
Dresden Board of Underwritten.
1 Vienna Board of Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian Island.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A SCilARFRR C., AGRXTS.
The ahove Insurance Comtflny ha etatlihd a Gen
eral Agency here, and the ahuve .iuned, General Ac'iit,
are authorired t taVe KUV agatmt the danger of the
beat at the mmt teaionaVIc late, and on the mot fa
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F A SCltARFRR c C:,AGRSTS.
The ahove firm Imin? Ieen appoint is t aent of thi
company are prejMted to lrire riV ajjiMit fire n
Stone nnd HncK Irtiihlinjc and nn MerrhifMli Moreil
therein, on the most fivorahle term, lor parttcuhr
apply at thcirolT.ee. t
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg".
JtACKFRLn A- G., Agtntt.
Capita, and Reserve Ketchin.irk 6,nm,rco.
their Kelnurance Companie ' ioi,'j5i,oou
Total Ueichmarlc to;,6st-ni
Ilie .Agent of the nlmve Compnny, for the IlawaiUn
ld.tnd, are prejured lo iimire IIiiiMiliE, I urnittire,
Merchandise ami 1'nK.lucr, Mnchitier), etc., alrt bu-tr
atul Rice Milt, ami veel in the liarlwr agiint m
or d-imaee hy fire, nit the nuit fabrahle ternn. i
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE ft COOKE, AGRXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
Pollele Siurd on themot Farornldr 2'crm
r-xAMriK op .soN'roKKrirtisK man
Insured age 35 jean ordinary life plan .
t Annual premium continues Policy s years, jdiys
Animal premiums continue Policy 4 years, is '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, j
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears.6 "
Assets, - $i;t,roofooo.
Losses paid through Hnoluotu Agency, $49,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Flro Insurance Co.
Suh.icrlbrd Capital .... 01.1,000,0(10
rhe above Company have now established an agency
here, and arc tirrnared to take risk on prop
erty of every description within these
J T. WATr.RIIOUSE, Jr.
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
IMLnKR cV Co., ACr.XTS,
Larye.t, Safr.t ami mo.t Kcnmnnlenl Life
Ja.nraner Comjutny In Ilie llr,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further Information concerninjf the Company,
and (of rate, of Iiisuranca apply to the Agents oto
J. I iveman, Soltatins Aeent. i
ORTii-GERMAN FIKH INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. IIACKFF.LD & C.f AGRXTS.
Cafital and Uexerte I.e.rtumvk 6,30,000
" their KT-In.urance CompsUtio, ' 35,ocaq,oi
'Ihe Afients of the alio e Company, for the Hawaiian
KUnds " pre 1 tared to injure Ilmldins. Kurnuure,
Merchandiu ar.d Produce. Machera etc. a!o eStigar
and Klce Mills, and ve.NcU in the liarW, agaiiifct ton
or damage bv tiie, on the ntou faoraUe terms. 1
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. llRlilVER cVVe.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
PHILADELPHIA BOAHD OF UNDER
t". IWKirtiR & C...
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
SCHWE1ZEUISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER.
slcherungs Geiellsctiaft of Wlnterthur.
. IIACKFKLD CV Cf AGKXTS.
Capital of the ComUn ,, . francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the alios e Company, for the Hawaiian
lslaihls,are pretureu 10 Insure lluiklings rurliilure.
..icivn.iii'iic aiiu , kiu... ..(uiiiiiri). viw., simi oii,.i
aud Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against I ma
or damage ty lire, on Hie most Mvoralle terms.
R1T1SH .FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
aitce Company. Limited)
77 Mh It DAI'ES, AGRXT.
lh ahuva agent ha received tnttmaion to re
duce the latea of Inurace ttwee IIorolulu and
I'ort in the 1'Acitic, and i now prejsnretl to Ikuc poll
tie at the lowetr rat en, with a ipetUI reduction on
freight per earner. t
HH LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Cloba luiurauce Company.
Vullnttled Liability to Staekhotdrr.
Asaett . $j.i)6,!oo
Rcieive. 6, 750,09a
thCOMf rna 189;
Premltinu received after deduction of re
insurance .. ., $ s, j,95
Lixuc promptly adjured and paid here, I
of San Francisco;
CAST1.K cV CVOKK, AGSWS,
We desire 10 call attention to ihe fine stock n OILS
which w. now have on hand, comprising
the follow irL1
Frcsk, sBTtm Oil, U tiuautltUe to sail
I Ard Oil. in hairels atu cases
Cylinder oil. in torreU aibt In (asm ;
(amar oil, (two qualities) In cases 3
4-ar aiiirui ui, in barrels ,
eap anlcl. fyr Ulilsianiiii ia.iit.iitcry, stid, fuf
tost uses, full) equal lo (he 140. esii'i "lis.
a aim xtsr Ik I10s.ll
MKIHOAlK Oil- ia cases.
Phil oil Is iu.vde dura, .(oik's livers, aivt is fulls miuaI
to lard, arid is much cheaper.
DARK l.UDRICAIl.Nn OIL, in Uui.lsi
Juu the hm for Surar Mills, Cao. Carrie,, and Car,,
or any.slow suo,uia as-sslJiKry, and at hlf the
slV price oj ih. taptiisls. oils now so use.
lu addition to above, we keep
Kcpwmi (M-.l,iKsr', ,S'oj.U.iy, lUistral,
.,ls U O.t UeUd sut.w,
l.Ineeil Oil, ID qtuotlties U suit,
ArJ of ihe Uu qualuiet. Ali( rooMantly on hand,
In nl inj dry, and IfaJf J4.l mm J aTIm., of
dilferemqiuhtlei. J4llved -
TWO atOOKKYK MOWEBS.
Just ihe Um a cut llib pass,'
PLOWS AND ACRICULIURAI. IMPLEMENTS
of every JeKrl(4lxi usod on a pteatatloa.
FENCE WIRE AND HAUDWAKE of all ku-J
(osuiaiilly on hand asd for sal. aWp hy
Ijelf Cor. aUo kail Fen tweets, HoucWe.
TT W. SEVER ANCU,
Jl6 CAtlfO.NuST, Cau, (Rnosr No... )
iMir.iM.v coxsrr. .1 coMMt.siitix
MjSansovrST NPA.CsLirn.Kis. S r
tir.xr.n.t 1. rritcii.txi ti auhxt.h .rxi
(millillsalmi Jlrrrlianti. i
pHANK II. AUSTIN & Co,
Orrirs No to CAs.irns.iiA StsrrT, S. F ,
tu .ri i,fo.v Atir.xi .t lomiAin.
t'oniiunni.nls from th. Ilaviaiian Islands I.sirtJ
Ine n tls .atramtil ami mI.s cuatanuril. 4
OIIARLBS BKBWBR ft Co.
t; Kimr StsrTiT, lWmnx,
Atuixr.H or IIAWAIIA.V vackkt.s,
tlnirrnl Vnmmhilnn Aflrtit:
Swclal aiunilon rIs-mi in th inirchaslri; cfmdds fi
the llaalianlra.le. Krrltlt at lutsl rales 1
AND ORGANS I
io,m Pianos j i.wo Organs; sate half; Liiyof'tlio
hs.isiiU.il..... . X- . as. , '
.i.m..tiini iniiniiiigsimq raslt. rfnt.
or Installments t catalcguea free.
corner MarWt ami IVmrcll, San Kran
pALMBR ft REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The hreft an. I only rom;lele Tn Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on lh Pacific Coast
5 and am? Leldesdorh and
Sj Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Ue Veep on hand the larrest .m!i of American Fancy
l)peeserlceptonilii.rmt, loftier with a
most complete stork of Miller ft Rich
ard s Scotch Type; ami can
furrdsli, at short hotiie(
Anything In the Printer's line,
from a Il.xll'm to a Cj limler Pre. We have a larga
stock of new and second hand Pnnlinir Presses of
All mahesaml sirm We are sole agents for
Camnlell a Cj hnder Presvs, Cotlrill and
Ilabcuik Presses; also Peerless, (.lip.
per, Jewel, (ionlon and Wadi-
WASHINGTON IIANIJ PUF.SSES;
new llaeler steam e nslne., which are lust ihe thins: for
nrint.r. I n.V U'.i.. LI...... ,.. n .. .
-' ; ; ,, , " ....nt., ,,T, 1 aiH-r timers,
arulafullhiie of fviiiUirn's Uwlihindeis'
OUK FIDF.I.ITV K0I.I.LR COMPOSIIION
and Peerless Priutinc InLs are cnnsidernl ihe h.st in
". il... jcu uwhi our I'rrlrction platesr
ITicy sase rtlitorial work and composi.
lion, and therefore save money.
iar send rou our catalogue.
Rrmrmrer -No house on this coast can compet. wiih
us in quality of soodt.
Chicago office 178 Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
No. 82 King Street, Honolulu,
RBTAIL DRALRRS l.V
FIREWOOD, COAX. AND 'FEES
We would notify the public, and housekeepers lu par
ticular, thin ve keep on hand and for sale. In quantities
lo suit purchasers and l lowest rates, fuel, as follows I
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths
N. ,S. W. NEWCASTLE COAI,
CELE.IRATF.I. WKI.I.INNfc 0J ""'
The alwse can beoidrred by Telephone ot otherwise,
and immediate deliver) guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL.
Telephone, No. joj.
WK ALSO Krr IV STOCK
!,' A.VI .Yrsc-'l'r'"'i and New Zealand ;
IIAKl.KY Whole ami crouml:
W.'.'AA s". CORN-W I...I. and crocked :
IIRAN, MIDDLINOS, and other fed.
Order the above throunh Telephone No. w,j,
AXU UK V.AKRAMT I I
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ORDERS FROM OTHKR ISLANDS SOLICITEri
Free Deliver' to All Parts of the City.
Keaemter, No, 88 Kla Stvatft.
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PNTERPRISE FEED C0f ANV,
Corner of Queen ami EduiUigh streets, Honolule,
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Informs his fricnilt anil ihe puMu (enerelly that h.
has oienrd laisineM al I he .Loss stand and hat
raaile coniieie arrangements foe a
COnlinuous snpply of
Frosa Oootla or tko Vmry Best QtsaUttr,
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M 1IIF. LOWEST IWiSIIILE PRICKS.
He hopes, by tlilnj hU hi attention, la plus ih.
public and to merit a jstrt of their Jialronase, '
a tAer.a Itock or
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WIIOLK and OKOONI) IIARLKV,
CALUORNIA an.) OREGON
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Orders soliied ajl aIacLm ms..n,..
pay asked, 'telephone iBo. 14101
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Sola aj.nit foe thew IdanJv A full line f the
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HmH4tr, ml Futures lr the tarn always In woik.
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