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$A.$n to $7 59, nrroriltn In their deMiMtion.
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Tw'i llnnhiliin scribbler are retirco-nUil
in llic Oreilnml for August. Tlie letter
kriMwn of the two I Mr (.'haile Warren
'" uliUril, who tins cnntriinitetl to lire archiv
ilngy 'jf Honolulu, what iwiliam no one cle
here lias at once I he lime ami the precise orl
i if taltnt to do. Hi tMer in the Aupil
Utirlaml, i entilleil lire Drama in Dream
l.nil, ami is, in elTect, an account of the llfjlits
an.l shade, the uih and itouns, the heydey
and the tattered remnant of Ihe Kriyal Ha
rt. man Theatre, lint once Ktaccil the cast,
mink., corner of Hotel and AUken streets.
It i a graceful tory, the o'er true tale of a
sentimcMlt ami a iioet. It li, unfortunately,
too long to lie fully retold here, Imt the cv
iiiiitcclini-i hall dramatic, half nthetic
will carry a weird thrill to half the home in
After telling how " Honolulu ha loni licen
ti iteil liy tnusic-il and dramatic celebrities,
for they arc a nomadic Irilie. A eaily as
1S50, Steve MaMcIt ;jccmci I'ipctof Pipe
sille vtn conccrlirlni; here, and again in
1S7.S. In 1S55, Kate ll.iyc ease concern at
three dollar er ticket! I-nl.- Mnnlei and
Maibmc Kitimi have tisltcil tin capital, lull
not irofeiomlly. In 1852, IMwin llooth
il.i)eit at that very theatre, and for a time
lived in it, after the manner of Prolan;
among tlitxe who liase followed him arcs
Untie Mathcw, Herr Rindmann, Waller
Monlgomcry, Madame .Marie Durel, .Signor
ami hignura llianchi, Signor Orlamlinl,
Madame Agatln Stale, Madame Ullia Hi,
caccianti, Madame Josephine d'Oimy, J. C.
Williamson and Maggie Moorcj Frnfcsvir
Anderson, 'The W'iaril of the North,'
Madame Anna Ilislioii, in 1S57 and 1S6S,
Ihmadi Miirska, the Carrandini, the Zai
Inwskis, Uiartic llicku, loc Murphy and
Hilly llnicrwn" after telling u that, he
come presently to the real burden of hi
Mory, which it rcproduccil in hi own lan
guage a follow :
I'roleu .ifiiisclf had perhaps, the most nn
common history of all. This he related one
evening when we were In the lnppict mood;
there was a panorama dragging its slow length
along lieforc an audience attracted, no doubt,
as much by the promise of mimeroii and
costly gifts, of a sum tola! far outstripping the
receipts of the house, a liv the hichlv colored
t.x-tn.,.1 nHifliH. nf 11.......... . . ..11 !
v.wat.., riuim Ul l,UIIail . immune pilgrim,
-Ve had licen lounging in the royal Imx, ami,
growing weary of the entertainment, especially
weary of a liarrcl-organ that pla)cd at the
heels of Christian through all his tribulation;
we rcpairi-il to the green-room, and somehow
fell to talking of individual progress, anil of
the ack' we each of us mut carry through
storm and shine, l'rotcus evidently licgan his
story without premeditation; it was not a
llowinc narrative: there were smuts of revel..-
lion Interrupted at intervals by the strains of
me narrci-organ, Irom which there was no
lie was of New England parentage, liorn
In lSj6, a a youth, was delicate and cflemin
ate; was gifted with many accomplishments,
sketched well, sang well, p!a)cd upon several
instrument, and wa, withal, an uncommon
linguist. He was a great lover of nature.
His knowledge was varied and very accurate;
he was an authority upon most subjects which
Interested him at all, was a iMitanist of repute,
had a smattering of many sciences, and was
correct as far as he went in them.
He lost hi father in infancy, and his train
ing was left to tutors; he was a highly im
aginative dreamer, and romantic in the ex
treme; for thi reason, and having never
known a father's will, he left home in his
youth, and was for some )car a wanderer,
seeking, it was thought, an elder brother, who
had long since disappeared. He was in Cali
fornia in early iUs, in Hawaii, Australia and
Tahiti; the love of adventure grew- uixm him;
he learned to adapt himself to all circum
stance!. Though not handsome, he was well
proportioned and oscscd of much muscular
f;racc. He traveled for a time with a circus,
earned to lialancc himself on n glolie, to
throw double sommersaults and to do daring
trapeze-flight in the peak of the lent. Grow
ing weary of this, and having already known
and become enamored of Hawaii, he returned
to the islands, secured the lloval Hawaiian
Theater, and licgan life anew. His collection
of tiotanical plants surrounding the theater
was exceptionally rich and a source of profit to
him; but the theater was his hobby, and he
rode it to the last.
Nothing seemed iHiite impossible to him
utwn the stage; an) thing from light comedy to
eccentric character parts was in his line; the
prima donna in burlesque opera was a favorite
assumption; nor did he, out of the love of his
art, disdain to dance the wench dance in a
minstrel show; he had even a circus of his
own; but his oft" hours were employed In his
garden or with pupils whom he instructed in
music, dancing, fencing, tuning gjmnastlcs,
and I know not what else.
On one occasion he took with him to Cali
fornia a trmic of Hawaiian hulahula dancers,
the only ones who have gone abroad pro
fessionally, and his experiences with these
people, whose language lie nan mane ins own,
anil with whom be was In full svmpaihy,
would fill a volume. Their singular suwr
Hilions; the sacrifice of pig and fowl which
lie had at time to permit them In make in
order to appease their wrathful gods; the
girisy life they led in the interior of ihe stale,
where, apart from the settlements, they would
camp bra stream In some can) on and live for a
little while Ihe life of their beloved islands;
the Insults they received in the up country
towns from the civilired whites, who, like
wild beasts, fell uion them, and finally sue
ccciicd in demoralijlng and disbanding the
troupe; ihesc episode lie vvas fond of enlarg
Ing upon, and hi fascinating narrative was en
livened with much highly original and
TlitouQh all his vicEisltudcs he preserved a
refinement which was remarked by all who
knew him. He was the Intimate of the late
King I.unalilo I., and of many llawaliansof
rank; lie had danced in. the rojal set at court
lialls; vvas a mtinlwr and curicsoiu!cnl of
scvetal scientific societies; a man of the most
eccentric description; greatly loved by a few,
intensely disliked by many, and pthais fully
understood by no one. He had learned to
hate the wmld, and at limes to irritate himself
very much over lit doubtless he had cause.
My last night at the little theater was the
pleasantest of all. The play was over ; during
Its action great ruby-c)cd moths with scarlet
suits like lilixxl-droia on their wings flew
tniougli the windows and dove headlong into
the font-lights, where they suffered martjr
ilom, and cvcntuallv dint to slow music; and
then the rain came ami licit upon that house,
and it leaked I but umbrellas were not pro.
Iiibitoi I Ihe shower vvas soon over t wc shook
our locks like spaniels, and laughed again ;
and it was all very tropical.
..ate in the night l'loleus and I were sup
ping in the greenroom, when he I old me, in a
stage whisper, how night after night, when the
IiUce was as black as a tomb, he had heard a
ight footfall, a softly creaking floor, and a
iiivtlcrlout movement of Ihe furniture; how
twice 11 dark figure stood by his beddde with
fixed c)cs, like Ihe ghost of Ikiiiiiuo) thcic was
enough moonlight in the room to reveal the
outline of this figure, ami to shine dimly
through it as through folds of crape And
often there were voices whispering audibly,
and It was as if the disemliodicd had returned
to play their uit again luforc a scctral
audience come from the graves of the xut
and he was sure l hear at intervals, above the
ghostly ranting, the soft jullcr of applause
"' Like thai," said i'roleu. stilting from his
chair, as a pulTof wind cxlinguidied the Umn
and left u In awful daikness. Wc listened. 1
heard it. or thought I heard it t ami though a
gentle tain was falling, I rushed out of the
place urisinng use a porroimic.
I often wondered what fate was In reserve
for rrotcutt In the denial titnos of things a
climax seemed mevitable; jet the few bits of
Uttered and mildewed scenery leaning against
the fence, the weight' of the drop-curtain, like
cannon balls, half buried In the gry, and (he
Ucr ovel which Hamlet and Utile were
wont to mmilh now standing in iln- iimlT of
an unrrrogmrame neup ol rnlilush are 1101
lew henlnl than I the memory of one who
was a distinguished character In hi time.
He fell upon evil davx, wa hurried out of
Ihe kingdom lo suffer the llng ami arrows of
outrageous fortune; contumely, humiliation,
abject poverty these were hi companion in
an exile which he endured with heroic forti
tude. At 11 he found asjliim in his native
town, but not the one he would have chosen,
nor the one of which he wa deserving; )et
mm iic wa (graiciui inr evrn mix mncn 1 evi
dent from the tenor of a letter which I received
from him in hi lust day. He wiitesr
llf vim could see and know how restricted
my prescr.l life I, yon would realize how more
than welcome vour letter w-.
" In your reference to the t, my mind
went with you, a it ha often dune willioul
rou, tutck to the tilenxini hours we have siw-ni
together. Often in my lonelines I recur to
mem, wnn tne same gratitude thai a traveler
feel when he recall to mental view the oae
thai wfleneil the vvearinn of the desert.
" I hoic I am a thankful a I should be for
Ihe ocr of memory; in Ihe present darkness
I have many bright pictures of the iat to look
uimnr these arc my consolation.
" I have to be, a the Hebrew term it, In
'a cveral house"; I am in a large, wcll-hcatcd,
wcll-ventilalcd upper room wltlm southeasterly
aspect; I sec no one but Ihe nhvxician. ihr
sujierlntcndcnt, and my especial attendant.
in mis seclusion Irom the world in which
1 have seen so much varietv. sou mas- wi-M
liclicvc I have leisure for thought and retrospec-
mm. now many experience I wouiil love 10
live over again! how nnnv I would id.-idlv
efface from I he record of memory.
" In the vacuity of my present condition I
long for occulion; hut my misfortune pre
clude the hope of It. Only one thing I cer
tains I must try to be content, and give an
example of resignation, If I can do no other
"I have gone through till sorrowful detail
because ) oil requested it, and I regret to give
) oil the (rain of reading it. Write
when ou will; a Idler from you will bring
with It a sense of Ihe light which I have once
known now gone forever,"
Of course I wrote again on the instant; but
Iwfore my Idler had reached that melancholy
house the telegraph had flashed the news of
hi Ignoble death throughout the continent.
For 1'roteu was none other than he who,
through Ihe irony of fate, came to be known
as " The Salem l.cpcr."
Whether he wa or wa not n Irnir
question iion which the doctors disagree; bin
1 Know inai ins lire lor two jcar before lie
found shelter in Ihe almshouse of hi native
town wa of the most agonizing description.
Perfidious gossip hunted him down; vile
slander drove him from door lo door; his
imagination peopled the air with foe; and
even the few true and tried friends who stood
by him found it difficult at time to persuade
him that they were not spic upon him.
0 death, where Is Ihy sting! So it seem
that even in Dream-land the drama I not all a
delusion, and that In one case, at least, the
reality was more cruel than Ihe grave.
a.i.v ricAxaisrtt i.i:m:it.
When one becomes accustomed to the
names of ship and steamers a new name
seems odd, anil so the Maritxisa, a a thing of
the present and ready to sail on the morrow,
doe not slip easily from the pen. This
pioneer, so lo speak, of your own special line,
jou will find all that heart could wish, every
convenience for traveler, speed, safety and
comfort all combined, and may she be as pro
fitable as she is hindsomc is the wish of all
interested in your islands and prospect.
The princiul topic of conversation nowa
days i the strike in Western Union Telegraph
Company, which at present seems a question
of nip and trick," the majority of employees
claiming friends and money to liack them,
which will enable them to hold out for some
time or accept other employment unless their
demand for a small advance is regarded by the
telegraph company. As a rule, strikes arc
like iKKjmrangs and rebound to the misery and
discomfort of nil concerned; but, this case is
somewhat different, the lalmr being very con
fining, but little cessation day or night and the
wages unusually low. When Ihe corporation
is pa) ing such enormous dividend a slight
concession lo these ovcr-worldcd oiK'rators
would not materially affect the returns to
stockholders, but would ease many a family
which now will certainly suffer unless relieved.
Strike arc broached in many branches of
trade even Ihe Oceanic steamship line having
a trial, but, for this class of work there are
many applications, so the demand fell short of
Talking of steamships, the new candidate
for Hawaiian honors, lwlonging lo Hon. -S. G.
Wilder, will soon be sailing in your waters,
and the respective merits of iron and wooden
hulls can lie tested on Ihe rocks which so much
almund on her promised route. It is to be
hoped her success will be a phenomenal as
that of the Likclikc, and that this last invest
ment of )our enterprising ex-prime minister
may lie a satisfactory a those preceding it,
1 note the Philadelphia naiicrs speak of him
a the Hon. William ihlcr, former prime
minister lo Kalakaua, etc Glory is derived
in part by having )our name misspelled in the
newspaper, but isn't this a little premature?
Next to the strike comes the preparations
for ihe Knights Templar, which probably will
eclipse an)lhingcver liefore witnessed in this
cily, and on the great event business will
necessarily be suswnded, and visitors from far
and wide will flock to the mctropoli to see
this grand pageant; money apiucntly being no
object, the amount expended must Inure to
Mr, Charles Crocker, of the Central Pacific
Railroad, has donated $10,000 10 restore the
lieautiful buildings in Golden Gate Park,
dcslro)ed lately by fire, the dome-to lie raised
and Ihe whole improved greatly by this gener
ous act. I say generous, liccause, although
the citlien named, whose wealth is high In the
millions, could hardly feel so small a giving;
still it is a generous thing fur a rich man to
give hberJIly to any public work now-a-days,
1 trust he receives tenfold the pWavure in
giving, that the visitors lo this U-auliful park
have; and may many more of our rich men
linn similar means 01 letting the world sec
they realize fully that sermon in few words
that ' shrouds have no Dockets. "
talking 01 sermons, 1 rejoice to hear of
iscv, .sir. v-ruzan s continued go.nl work in
Honolulu, and rciucimVrint: his ooeninp
remarks on his first Sunday, that he came " not
lo preach of Ihe sins of ancient llab)lon, but,
of the sins in Honolulu," I conclude that con
trary to excctatiun your good people like to
he lold of their sins, and cruwd to hear him.
Give him a new church, good friends of Port
Strccl. for atlhouuh it has not outlived Its
uscfulnci.s a larger strudurc would 1m; more of
an ornament; and "progicss" Is the watch-
worn now, even 111 Hawaii net.
The Overland -Monthly for this month, or
rather for August, has manv Intcrestine-
articles, Imt paiticularly so is one by your
..-.111.,,, IUU-1 Mllil t. Hl.I fl.-at... 11'. ..
-V--..-V-,. j-wvi h,i, n Mill, v-llnilva 11 illicit
Stoddard, whose tribute to one of vour old
citizens, Charles Derby (whose wretched
dcuiUe has attracted so much attention), is
well worth reading. The San Francisco
liicmis 01 MiailcsYv.aricn,aml there are legions,
arc glad to sec once more something from his
lien, and the sale of the popular magazine
have been considerably augmented b) lhoe
wishing to see this article.
Fourth of July away from America ought to
l celebrated with the greatest enthusiasm ami
all bickerings and differences by Americans
should certainly be laid aside on this our
natal day. So, to read that ) our celebration
was nearly cotUucd by a few indiscreet one
Is in marked contra, 1 to the two previous
anniversaries. Columbia Is ihe gem of the
Ocean, and don't )ou lorget it, tons of
Amelia, whether )ou are fieczing or nulling.
Our real estate market is in a quie.ccnt
slate, enough transactions noted to call it a
market, but no fever cither way. MKhants
nuke no complaint, Money In banks goes
out principally for grain loans now, while taxes
aluorb surplus amounts. Seven and tight per
tint for money is alwut the figure, which
seems equally sativfactory at thu season for
both borrower and lender. Mcslcan dollars
sell at eighty-seven and cighly-cight, leaving
small iruigin for shippers to the islands over
the duty. Trade dollars are about the same,
though the scare therein has not extended lo
this coast materially, Aliou nits,
San Francisco, July 24, iSSj.
SMITH A THUKSTOH, 1 W O. mitm.
I I. .. Till Mills
.1 f rilll.V.T.s AT ..IIP-,
No j Mikiiist Stkhit . .UO.VOI.Ut.t
XILUAM O. SMITH A Co.,
J L A. I IIUH.STOK, I
W O. Smith. f
sror'K Mm hum, r.srAri: ituoKr.it,
No. SS MKRCItANT STKF.K.r, IIONOI.Ul.t'
Kit tMitnt in .l;.)
)tiflr I'linlsllon, Kailrmil, Teltplmne and cthfr Cof
twrslfcm Slacks, llomls rl similar Sermltit s
llmtilht 11ml Snhl nn t"iiilii'nn.
Money lxannl on StixV Hertiruifa,
Honolulu, II. I 0tolr t, 1M1. no-lf
O U. DOLE,
Ciwnarlnr at ..III- nil, Xnlilri VnUtrt
Cos I'otr anii MsrciiANr Stsrrr, HONOLULU
-LARHNCB W. ASHFORD,
ATntnxr.r. niu.miToii, i:ti,
N'o i) Kaaiiiimahu SrnrRT. ..
U R. CASTLE,
ATTaitsr.r at i.a i-,
And Notary I'uMic. Alfrn.l. .ill the Courts of thr
kingil im, ,
(A Fort Rtrxrt, HovoLiti u, 1
r jTK.v:r.t ruvxsr.i.htui at ..in-.
T-RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN.'
OiFicrcoRNKR Fort anii ItirHitrANi Sr..
SUIMKOX.H axii miwwroit,1 vnv-
Office Hours-Unlil 9 A. SI., an.l from 1-3 and 6:10-8 r.M
TNO. S Me CHEW, M. D.
J riivswtAX ini sintinuix.
Hotel street, Ulween Fort and Alake.-i streets.
From 7 10 10 s. m ; 1 to , and 6 to 6 p. m.
to if Telephone No. 164.
B.-EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II, I.,
viirstciAX Axn svunvAtx.
Telkmionk Nullum i1g.
O.Ticc hours from &K 10 tojf a. m.; I U to M p. m
Office and residence number s, Kiilcul street,
comer Fort street. at
M. WHITNEY, M, D., D. D. S.
Honolulu, H. I..
nr.STAL nooMs o.v ronr stukkt.
Office in flrewer'A Illock, corner Hote ftnd Fort
Strecit, entrance on Hotel Street. i
CARAII E. PIERCE M. D,
Ltuttr ami Ctititrrti'ii lftttrlntt
Office and resilience . . .No. j School Stbfft,
(Itetwrcn Fore And Kmnu),
Office Hourt to.) to 11,30 a, M.tand 1.30 to 3.3a
r. u. Telephone, No. 9C1. t53'3m
A G. ELLIS,
stoc k 1 n o k 1: n .
No. ft Ql'tLKN Strkft . . ,. 4H0NOLILU
Member of the Honolulu Stock and Ilond Kxchange,
Is (rcpared to buy and ell Stock and ltond In the
oen tnarLrt, ml the usual rate of commission.
Hat money to loan on .Slocks, hmall nu ruing ic
quired on 'lime Contracts.
Will adVisc a 10 lncitment when retiueMed.
P O HALL & SON . ..(Limited)
Ifcll-ORTRIK SNI1 DKALFRS IN
ilitniintrr nmf tlcnrnit Mrrrhnlr,
Cor. nr King ami Fort Stkfpts HONOLULU
William W, Hall President and Man riser
I C. Ablet Secretary and Treasurer
1C Jones Jr Auditor
Director! U O. Hall, George K. Howe. 15J
T D. RAMSAY,
tirnrnl ftrorvr ami I'rovhtmt licutcr
No, 67 Hotel Streft, Honolulu.
Ooodl deli ve ted to nuromrr' r!ilnrfsi fr tt
charge. Just received, ex late arrivals, a fresh line of
uiioilc vjrucer.ct. an oruert nueu un 1 promptness.
Uland ordcrt solicited. 159
O M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AilHSTTO TAKii AVKSOWLNiMW-
$nentm to Vtmiratln to tMhur.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, F.lanade. 15
t'i.w.i issmxjiii of ur.F.os
For the Sute of CaliornlA, Air t)i Hawaiian IsUmls,
and lieneial Ajenl lor the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Compati) of California 141
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Intkrior Orricir, Honolulu,
AGKXT TO TAKK ACKXOIII.KIHli:
intutH In Contract fur .iior, 3
JOHN II, PATY.
HosniuLV, Oaiii-, II. L,
For the States of California anj New Vork. OlTic
at the llank of lliihop H Co. t
P T. LKNEIIAN A Co.
NUUANU SrHKT, llONOLVLV.,
I M VOIt THUS AXIt COIIMISSIOX MHIt-
T YCAN & JOHNSON.
105 and 107 Fokt Srksrr,
itnjiortern anil llritlrra lit all klmlt of
Mutlr foiHle, -'mirf Uumls,
Furniture, Chairs, SIng Machines, Mirrors ami
Mirror Hales, lKlurt Frames ami Cuniices inaJe to
C BREWER A COMPANY,
ilruwtl JlrreilHllUttHil VoihihUiIiih Ayrnl
Quscn Strikt, Honolulu.
Otutrv-lk. C. Jones, jr., preiUenl anil iiunaj-er;
'oseph O. Carter, trrauirer atnl secretary. Illreclori t
lonv -.narres K, lliUkjpano 11. A. I'. U.
.Skill ("ir'Mlrr, Sjntr .VnKrr run fiiiiHei--S'o.
9 QuttN StmtTlUlow Honolulu Iron Worlii)
HS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 FntTSrasiT, Honolllii,
fASUIOXAIIl.t: llltr-.SX AXIt VI.OAK.
M. C. IRWIN k Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
AI'fl.iK I'AVroilS AXII VOMMISHIOX
CLAUSsratcvsLS. 1 ssu. o. is-vik.
ILL1NGHAM Jr. Co.
No. ) Fort Sisist, Honolulu,
iMroitTKitMAXit i 1: ai.i: its ixu.iiin-
inire, Cutlery, 7imj,
Calms and Oils, ami (Uiieral MtrchaaUue.
A W. PIERCE Cs.
Honolulu, II. I.,
Sllir CHAXIILKItH AXO COMVISHIOX
Ageius for llrarU's Guns iia4 IUmsIi Lanx.s uul I'er
O'llaiU' 1'alu Kilkr. I
0R &TCIIELS aij FANCV HASKEIS, call
at A. M. MkLLlb, 104 tort meet. isa
JUJ S. CRINDAUM ft Co.
Makii'j IIuhk, Qi ssn .Srnsr-.r,
tMi'oiiTi:it,Axii whoi.v.xau: ihiau
rri In tltnrral .1erri,ii,P.,
JUJ S. GRINBAUM A Co.
Ill l'Altlr.!IA5T.tSSl FSANCISin,
loitir.i ninxn axii vnv.wisHHix
Special farihlies foe ami particular attention rl.l 10
LonnjEnments of lilaml ircnluce. t
No. in FnitT SrNPRT, Hn-inii'it,
WATviiMAKr.it, .ir.wr.i.r.it, r.xtiu.t-
rer, anil lllainninl Srttrr.
All oritrrs faithfully evecuteiL j
T AWRBNCE ft PRBBTII,
I'lan ami r.stimnles furnisheil for Wotlc nf Con
struction, Ciiil Knslneerinir and Sursesinff. OiTice,
corner of HauViuwt!a and Kilauea slreets,neit door
10 11 litemann s ITick si arehouse.
I. O. (to ror. lerj-ly
No. 114 Four Sr.,nrrotiTt.l'ANTiiKoN Sr-xnirs,
iiuiitaxii snor.MAKr.il. hoots axii
SIiiu'm initilr In nnlrr.
Of liesl matenal at ressonahle prices, and fol easS.
JJOLLISTER & Co.,
Wholesale ano UrTAit.
iiiiuuiiisrs axii ToitAccoxisrs.
No. 59 Nutiami street. Honolulu, II, I.
No. tSNriUANiJ Srmirr, llnNnrutr, II I.,
I'rartlrnl Vlaiiitirrn, llan I'lltrm anil CJ-;i-i-AiHif.
Partirulir atlrnlion iaiil lo the httinu up of the
Springfield (.as Machine. 1
P II. OEDING,
.irfe rrn.r llraiitian.
Freight, Packnees, ami Ilaffgage delivereil to and from
all (Kim of Honolulu anil icinity. Careful at
tention iaid to moling Furniture, with
WAGONS F.XPKKSSLV IOR TIIK PUKPOSi:.
Telephone 66 ; resulcnce 13$ Punchbowl itreet.
Office 80 Klnrr street. 106-if
1UT PHILLIPS & Co.
lrll IVIinlrialr llralrrt In Clntlilntt, loo.
Shoes, liars, Mens's Furnishing GooJs,
Fancy Goodl, etc.
No. it Kaahumanu street.
" P. WOLPK
Honoiulu, H, I.,
anocnitr, :; .i.v vnorisiox
Would like heads of families, boardinghouse keepers
and other to know that he at all times sell! at prices
lowest of the low. Order, loticiteil nnd iron,!, nrnmi.tlt-
delivrred ill any art of the city or suburbs. Number
109 rune aireet, between Alakea and Fort Sis. i-6m
ASTLE ft COOKE,
No 80, King Strfbt, Honoluli, II. 1,
Shipping anil Cnmnilmiton Mrrcliantn,
Importers and Dealers In
The Hitchcock & Comiiany Plantation.
'11.. ln.l.. sr ii.t I...1- in r
HE uKAfluuii ix iiiuvriii 1 laiiiaiion.
R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation.
A, H. Smith & Company. Koloa, Kauai
J. M. .Mexander, llaiU, Maul.
Ihe Ha'tLu Sucar Company.
Ihr Kuhala Sujtar Comany.
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing- Company of Boston,
D. M. Weston'i Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu andSan Francisco
ur. jayues boni ie.eDratecl Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibb's. Singer Manufacturlne Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Maclilnes. t.q
OHARLES T. GULICK,
acrnt to takf acknohlkdcments to l.abor
OENERAL HUSINF.SS AGKNT.
Office in Mackee's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
imum icni, nonoiuiu. 2-iy
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Whulrmiitr utttl llrtitit (hocrr.
Fort street, Honolulu.
Fresh groceries and provUiom of all kinds on hand and
received recubrly from Kit rope and America which
A 111 le suilil at I l.sr lnsv.st.t miil.l ril.i
Goods delivered to any part cf the city free of chare,
liland orders solicited and prompt attention will be
given to the same. ns.iy
ONC LEONG & CO.,
Nuuanu Strfet. Cnir. Mabinf.
Awntt far M nil n ill Snaar, I'aliima liter
And Kailua Kice Plantation and Mill, uiiy
'T-'HEO. H- DAVIES & Co.,
(Latk Ianios, Rkkkn St Co.)
IMrOllTr.lt, COMMISSIOX MKHCIIAX1
ami Agent fur
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marine Insurance- Company,
And Northern Assurance Company, 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co.
lumKTiaSANIl tUAirs-s IN
hoots, shoes, ri'itxismxti annus,
llatu, Cljit, IVilliHa, I'alltet,
Perfumery ami Roans WiJrham Watches, Fine lew
elry, etc., cor, or Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, II. 1. 1
-" H. WILLIAMS,
lurnuTr.11 ami Peaib in
rvnxiTViiK nfKt'Kur ur.svitirTiox
AImu Vi'lmUlerer unit Manufacturer,
Fumiluro Warcrooml No. 109 Fort street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
TV'AMOILIILI POI FACTORY,
A. K. KUNUIAKKA, lroprieior,
UF.ST PAI Al put up to order In any itsle desired;
hard, soft, or In barrels. Orders through I he posttnc
suit haic pruiiii,i auenrlon, whether lor city or other
lartsof IheiUandi. I4i-3m
JOHN T. WATERIIOUSB,
J QciaN Sraisr, Honoiuu', II. I.,
IMIOHTI-.U AXII IIKAI.KII i.V (IKS
rral Mrrcliauillie, 1
pLAOSI FLAGS 1 1
In let era) sues A SI lilt I CAN and HAWAIIAN.
l'ors.1. at T O. THRUM'S Fortstreel Store.
Tf I NICHOLS,
No. ioi)i Foa? Srirar, IIosolili',
ViriL KXUIXI'.KIt AXII VOXTItAVTOIt
For the Construction of Railrrudi,
Mills, landine. Iron, Wooilen and Comiuvulon
UrUjes, S'uduns ami Sunsion llriJi
ful Can. Iluuics. 140
Nuviin (4 Hone SrasKT,
MKALS SK It I' Kit AT ALL
Ham of the tin 1,
Sisial terms i reuUr luarders. The only luila.
We imitate rouoi In town for Ladies,
Mrs. Leon dejean, Ptoprlctreii.
IT HACKFELD Co.
QuaiN SrtiiT, Honou'U, II, I.,
lir.XrHtAL VOMMIMMIOX AIIKST.
UP. HOFFSCHLAEOHH Co.
IIonoult, Oauv, H.I,
IMI'OMTKUS AXI VOMMUMIIIX MKM-eeaaasi
ISLANDS," AUGUST 11, 1883.
No. 19 MnaciiiNr SraanT, Honoluik, II. I.,
iMt'oiirr.its or ukxkka i. m r.ittniAX-
ilte fnnn I'ranre, Knglanit,
Germany and the United Stales, 1
16 and JiJCAUrimnlA HrFr, S. F.,
wiitii.r.iA 1,1: tiitovmts.
rartlailiratlefillonpaidto rilling and shipping I.
and orders ,
T WILLIAMS A Co.
io Ain 101 I'orr STFr,
Picrnres of all lues and tlndi made lo order, and
frame of all ilecrltions constantly on hand Alio
s-orais nneu ami uuriostllel ol trie FaclliC
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
MosoilLf, II. I.,
Ilraler In l.nmlirr anil all ltlnil nf llnllil.
my .iinrrrini, -lfnrf, llle, .Srrffe, err,,
Agents of schooners
Haleakala, Kutarnanit, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
U llama, Patiahl and Leahl.
Al Rohinson'i Wharf. 1
r YONS & LEVBY,
Anrttnneerm anil Cntnnttiiitnn Merchants,
IH-as re lliiXK, Qurpn Strfp. llimmcii-.
Sales of Furniture, SlocV, Ileal Filale and General
Mtrchandise promptly attended lo. i5ole ncenli fur
American and I'uropean merchandise. J I. I.sons,
iiB-r Uj. Usey.
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
lloNOLl'Lli, II, I,
Href, Veal, Miiltnn, I.11111I1, I'onltrg
Constantly on hind, and of choicest nullity. Fori,
Saussgei, llulognas, etc, aUas nil hand. Our ineati
are all cut and put up in lUttrrn st)le. All order,
f lithfully attended lo, and delivered in any iirt of the
city, bhop on llolel fclreet, lieturen Union ald Fort
Streers. Iio-fml (!. KAUI'P, IVoinlelor.
CD. C. ROWE,
IIOVSK ami SIIIX VAIX'TKII,
I'ArBK ItANHKrr, .IC,
07 Kluir street, Honolulu.
E4 King street,
I'll A OTIC I , PPVI TCIIMA Kr.lt,
Ami linrv-iMxr nf Amr(An lawalw nf .. .la.A-tn
lion, (rorrncrlyol San Francisco, California.) 50
T EWERS fc COOKE,
(St'CCESSOK Til I.F.11 F.RS & DrCKSON,)
IMI'OUTEIIS AXII lir.Al.r.ltS IX IA1M-
ber ami all hliutm uf Hull, liny Malei lulu.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I, 1
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
LKATtliUt, UMnr.S, TALLOW, ASI
Agent for the Knval Soap Company, So. 41 Queen
street. Honolulu, H. I. 9
Hosnit'U, H, I.,
jtriCKSMiTir, MAcitixisr, cau-
riayr Work, Hovn Short ny,
Plantfttinn t -ar-litnaree Mtn Gl,-... ll. 4 a,
nett to Castle & Cooke &.
No. B Kaahumanu street.
Tin, Copper anil Sheet Iron Worker,
STOVnS AND HANOKS,
of all kinds I'lumljcrs Mock anrt metaN, house furnish
ing good, ciiamJcIicrs, lamp etc
T M. OAT & Co.
Hosoti'Lu, H. i,(
SAIt-MAKiUtS. VLAHS Of A U. Ji:-
rrfpthmtt mititruiul rrjmlml.
Loft In A, F. Cooke's new fire-proof building, foot ol
.Nuuanu Street as
HONOLL'LU, 11. I.
riaxiwn steam f.i.vir MAXitrAv-
lorj ami Itakrrf,
, Practical Coiifectioner, Pastry Cok an-l Itatcer.
Number 71 Hotel street, Ktwren Fort nnd Nuuanu
r ENGLING & Co.,
No, 5 Nivuanu Sthert,
TiXHjtiTtis Axn vLV.mir.ns, ma-
rr in Storrg, Manym, Ttn, 3a
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailuku, .Maui, II. I.,
coMMi.ssiox Mv.muiAXT AXit a$:x-
rtttt Jirah-r In Ihry Oooil,
firoceriei. Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicine.
Perfumery and CSIauwarc. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
ItONOI.VI.Vt, II. I.,
.srK.ut kxoixks, not wins, svc.aii
Mttln, Coot r rM, iron, Jtru
And Iead Cavtinev Maclunery of every decriptU
imde to oidr. Particular atleniion laid to b) tip's
HUckmitliini. Jol work executed on III ihortett no
'THE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SKTI'INH IN I1RICK.
G. JENOLIXG tt Co.,
AV. J A'mtaiim St., ,, ,
Sle agent f.ir the.. Iilands. 'Ilie let cooking ap
paratus for the Flantallon, llolel or Family.
RANRF.S 4 FIX1LUES such as
II ut Water iluller;
Urate Hart, ftc,
Aliiayt in stock,
Kaplicit directions for Kiting up accompany eiery
Cirrnlari and I'rittl on affiliation, m-qr
"pHOS. O. THRUM,
lurnariNo anii SUNursCTiaiNn
HTATUIXKIl, XKWS AUKST, rillXTr.lt,
And puLliiher r.l ihe SsTl'ariAV 'fss, ami Itauwtil
anAmamuamJimiiuaf, Merchaut street. Heal
er In Fine hlalioncri', llooki, Muiic. 'o) and Fancy
(xiuds Fort street, near Hotel, Ironolulu.
A S. CLBGIIORN & Co.
luminals anii Dka tats in
Comer Queer, and Kaahumanu Streets, Honululil.
OLLBS ft Co.
QlKN SrlT, llohOUUi. II, I,, I
'' CHAXIILKItH AXII fOM.UIHSlOX
Impurtcre and leaLrs In General Merchandise, i
1 P. BURGESS,
CAIIVKXTKIt unit tlt'l I.IIKIt.
AU kinds pf joliUng toaij4ly attinded lo,
Tiie-hon Ky, lyi, "iIlLaiuAiiri's Eipres OrTic..
Slp No. Kin; street. id
r AINK ft Co.
lllMUlU', II, I,
COJJaliJI.(i.V MKISCIIASTH IMIUHI.
tera hhiI llealcra in
Ha), Oralq aad General I'mdoce-
1T B. UclNTVRB ft BROTHER,
Cos. Kino An Four Sri,, IIonoii-u',
IIHH:t:MV AXII tKKII MTOUK. I
BE aUKC trot you get thai rine IUoiaJ, iiluwr
Hard, m A. M. MLLUsT, 104 eon nwl. 1 ji
pISHOI' ft Go.
HoNOLLLt;. H I.,
OrawF.rhanc;eonlhe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Franclico, and their aiemi in
MUSKS. M. M. K01HSCIIII.I) SONS, London,
The ORIENTAL nANK CORPORATION 01
London, and their branches In
Sjilnrif tt ml
And transact n general Ranking Dullness. t
JOSEPH B. WISHMAN
HllNOtl III, II, I ,
itr.A t. r.svA ti: iutonr.it axii v.mpi.oy.
llrnll Rooms, Cottages, Homeland sell and leases
Keai r.sinre in all anolthe Mnjrilom, rmplojmenl
fnuml for lhoe seeking work In all the arioulifan(!iei
of buiiness conneiled with these Iilands. Legal doiu
menu drawn, llilli Collected, llooks and Aceuuntlkept
and general otfice worklranvicted. Patronage solicited.
Coinmiwi,ms mclerate. 4
- W. MACFRRLANU ft Co.
Cor. Fokt and Qurtrti Sraiat, Mount wr,
finiorfere inn Crnintl.ilim Merchant..
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay ft Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Walkapu Plantation
The Spenrer Plantation, Hllo
llakalau Plantation, Hllo
Millers, Tait ft Watson, Sugar Machinery
The Pmiloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
iMrriRTra ANn DraI kit im
(ii.asswa iii:,Mi:itim:x .Hii.rr.it n.A-
teil Ware. Hracket., fane..
King's Combination Spectacle and Lscglastcs,
I.litr.it Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frame, P11
toll, WVtenliolin's Pocket Cutlery, PoMiler, Shot anil
Ammunition, Clirk'i SjkioI Cotlou, Matlune Oil, all
Until of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fahions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
No. 41 Fort street Honolulu, ,
ciiAMr.iaxi: cinr.it MAxrrAcroiir,
No. 13 I.ILIIIA StrkET, IlollOLULti.
This health. In, Ipnr.lin a lirac I. tnr -.! -.nit !..
leading salooni in the city. Ordrr from ll other
Islands promprly attended to. 133
iWVAIIAN INNKST.MKNT AND AGK.NCV
Comiany, (l.imileil )
31 OXE ' LOAXKIt
On First -clas-lecurities, for ting or short period
Apply 10 W. I. ORI.KN, Manager lim.
OKce Oueen Street, over O. W. .Macfarlane X. Co.-46tf
A. SCHAEFER ft Co.
Honoiulu. Hawaiian Ielanim.
IMI'OllTr.HS AXII COMMISSIOX MEIt-
ILDER & Co.
Cob. Fort ami Quit St., Ilnsor.nu'.
i.VMiir.n, i-Aixrs, oils, xaii.s,
anil Hall.llnu Material, uf ere 17 A fnif, 1
Qukkm Strrrt. IIokoi hi V,
AVCTIOXIUUt AXJ VOMMIS.1IHX MV.1t-
1-ENNEDY & Co,
Wholoftnlo and Retail Grocer,
No. 67 Hotfl Strfkt.
(Campbell Fire-proof Ituitding)
It-en f1tnnli ConttmutUy an thr Wtty.
Uland Itutter aUayi on hand
Tklfpiionk No. S40.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
The unJcrMffned has recently fitted up
In elegant Ie. the large roomy Coitae formerly lie
longing to the Lemon estate, on Nuuanu ureet,
beond the Commercial Hotel premiei,
fsjr the purpose of conducting
A superior Lodging Houm,
The name of ihU plcasinl, retreat U tlie "WIHTK
""''- in-rtiMiui ic uriaisru in tne kingdom lor
comfort and clean! in cm.
thi: grounds ari: spacious
and ornamented uith khade tree.
Vrvn4 of rewneciahilit v tnav alwavs ta mrt nf rlis-.
ful liome thrre. A iitin2room U u apart for the eon.
jentettceof gueii. A VVAV MOKK KOOMS ARU
rtuii 1, irrina aia moOeraie.
-MRS. J, T. WIUTi:, Proprietor.
giPMans' of our reader! will rein.mlr Vtra SSIttia
ai oprletor of the lodging house on Fort street, ad
joining the Pantheon Stables which wa such a coin
fortaUe home under her management, lla-iiii
Tlie undersigned would mot rciriectfully notify the
public that be hai bought out Mr, I if.' Intriesl fii tlie
above marktl and that he It prepared to furnlih the best
Pork, VskU and
Hie market alTordl, al the lowest rare.
i OKORl.E GRAV.
HOPP ft Co., 74 King street.
Imferttn an. MamHf.tcti.irrl pi
Evarjr dascrlptloss or Fnraltnrss.
To Tint LaDIMI Trlmmliigi, Taiseli, Gimla. Silk
Cord In every shade Parlor her rmurlcd,
covered, .ilrshed and made equal
pew, Matlrcssei re-mad and
cleaned at short
W. art noted for firit-clais work and moderate
ENTERPRISE FEED COMPANY,
Corner of Queen and Fdinburgh srrtrtt, I onolulu,
II. J. AONtU', l'anriisToi,
Infmmi his friend and the iuLlie generally that he
mi osiieu uuinei ai inc aitfise nana anu rial
pia.1e complete arrangtrnentl for a
ooiilinuou suptijy of
rrMk OootU or tfcsi Vary Bwt Quality,
which in mil. criaii mi saik
at .Hi: lawst possiuli: irichs.
II. hu, by giung lil. Ita atunlion, la pleai. lh
puoiic ami io uieru a pan 01 ineir 4troiiagt.
a uact STCica or
WHEAT and OAT HAY.
WHOLE and GHOUM) HAkLKV.
CALIIOK.MA and OREGON
ROW UN iisap.
Orders sobciteU and salUatsion giuianlied or no
ay .4111. lewprion. leo, 41-txai
nlXJVF.S and M 111 S. all of tU Uuu MjW, and
MII.IbL n will ati-a l &A.I .1 A II
MI.LLIa, I0 lull MllTt. m
NfilNE FOR SALE. ONE NEW IIOkiE
t IV.r MM4iaM, iQieiicUMdtr. Ivukaby
C DUEWEK ft COMPANY.
AMDURG-MAODRUURO FIRK INSUR-
ance company ol Hamburg,
A JAK.I R.AChXT.
IIiliitliftr. larr til It. Had tV'iirn.titrsi ats.t f m.r klea.a
Injured Bgahut rirtonlhe mus farorahU terrm. t
pany of Hrrlln,
' .1 st F.tKR & Ca, AGKXTS
'I1t alvf Ii.mnnce (omuany, ha wWKIm a
General .rrwj- here, and ifW underfthtneit General
Acent,rui.Miid tuiAi nV tica4nrt thedanfrr
of tde Sea i ih tn rrawmahlf rain ami on th
mmt fatorahl ttrtu.
DREMRN BOARD OK UNDRRWKITERS.
r. A Si HARMX A- Ca, Agtnh.
Al9 ent-s for the
Drctdeii Hoard of Underwriter!.
Vienna Board of Underwriter.
For the Hawaiian Inland,
GRRMAN LLOYD MARINB INSURANCtt
Company of Betlin,
F, A. Si HAM-Kit A- C.. AC.KXTS.
'Tlie a.K)e Inuranre Comtanr haieiaiJUIie:la(;n
eral Atency here, and llieal-.elgnrd, Cfeiwtnl gen,
are authoiied to take KiM nimt lU daiiKt-m vt th
Seat at the inot rrAMjnahle tate, and on thj imM fa
HAMBURG. URIIMHN FIRE INSURANCE
'. A. SClf A MAN A- Cft. ACrXTS.
Iheattote firm hating lert appointed fltmn of llm
mrnpnny are rrenret lo trhitre riW ogtltit fire in
Sione and Itrict Innldinaml on .Merrhanflie Moreit
therein, oti the mo-l favorable term. For jiartlculan
apply al their off.ee t
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRK INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
A ItACKFKU) 5- t.( Agtnh.
Cnpiial nnd Reerve . Itekhtmark (S,fio,r.
" their KeWniurance Coinanie " ioi,r554t,oij
ii: jit-Hi vt nig; iiimiTc s-omjiany, inr ino Hawaiian
Uland. arc prepared to tnturelluililiiig( 1 iirnimrr.
and Kice MilU. and vecU in tha harlor against lo
ur danuge by fire, nn the mot favural le tentu, i
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR.
anco Company of Boston.
CASTLK K eoOKK, AGKXTS
iNammBATf i 1831.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
company m the United States.
I'ottrlr innitrtt on thrmtmt I'arnrrtt.trTrrni
PXAMItR Or M1NknRlriTURK rt AN I
Insured age 35 ear ordinary bfe plan
t Annual premium contlmin Po'Icv vein ,!.
a Annual oremiumi contlnut t'nlirv a nn ..
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 yean. 17 "
4 Annual premium! continue Policy 8 y cart. 16 '
- A...l .. I.. . at - 11.11.. ' . '. ..
3 diuiusu tJ.riiiimii cuiiiiiiiie coney ioyears,;t
Asset., - $t:i,r,oo,ooo.
Losses paid through Huoluolu Agency, $40,000
LONDON AND PROVINCIAL
Fire Inanrnnoo Co.
Suh.rrlbeil Caiillnl .... ti,tltl,IIOO
1 he above Company have now estabtiihed an agency
...... ...... .. ri,i.i, -u ,- in., uil prvp-
enyor eierj description nithin these
J T. WATKRHOUSi:, Jr.,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New Vork. 1
II ILDCR CV Ce., AGKXTS,
.argent. Safe.! anil 1,11,1.1 r.eniiumlciil lAfe
Jll.ilranee CMitMiii In Ihe II 1,1 1,1,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
In, r.irln.r liir.,.,.. ,!.u .. , . ., r
',r - -.,",,-.", Lu,H.r,niir; ine vompany,
,v 'V,..r"e, . ',i".ur:vnc! l'l'l 1- me A.-uits o.- to
J, h, is Ionian, Sohriting Agent 1
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Haiiiour?.
. IIACKrhLll C... Ai.l.. rx.
Capital and Heserie . . Iteichnark 8.810.000
tneir Ke.ln.uranceu,muii,in. 3j,o,u,tuo
'1 lie A n-nli r ik. -I. ..-.-... . .., .,. .
,------ v ""-" s,wiiimh), ,or n.e Hawaiian
Iilands, are epand lo insure lluildnigi, Furniture,
Mercluiidise and IVoiluce, .Machinery, etc., also Suar
and Kice .Mill, and seuel. in Ihe hatljr, agaliut (us
or damage l,y Inc. on Ihe most laiuraLle icrmv 1
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
C. IIKKIfKK & Cc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
iHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. JIK&rXK cV CV..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs Gesellschaft of Wlntertliur.
. IIACKMLD cV Cs.. Aanxix.
Capital of the Cbniuny ... .francs J.on.oo.ioiw
Ilie Ageuti of the abose Company, for the Hawaiian
I . "Vs are preinre.1 tu Insure lluildnigi, Furniture,
aieiiiHnuiw aiu rrouuee, .Slaclilnery, etc, also .Sugar
and Kice .MilU, and veswli in Ihe harbor, agailul lusa
or damage by lire, on the mot favorable Irnui.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (Limited)
77 Art . DAl'IKS, A(.i:xr.
111. fllu,v. nf-.n, I.-.. ..r.l. ..I !..-. .1.
--- -.- -.- -. iiwntu imiriiciioiii 10 re
duce the rates of Imurance Ulwecn HoiUulu and
I orl In the Pacific, and u now prepared lo uue will
cie, at Ihe lo.eu rales, with a ipeclal reduction on
freight r taeaincrs. ,
TMIH LIVERPOOL ANn Mmnnii lun
X Globe Insurance Comiiaiiy,
JUSI10P& Co., ACE.VTS,
thitlialleil l.tabllllu tu Stueljiulilers,
INtllUe rnw iR.n.
Premium received after deduction of re.
insurance j 5,jlf,.sj
Loe lomHl adjmd atal luid hire. i
NION MARINB INSURANCE COMPANY
ui am rranctsco.
CASTLK & COOKK, ACKXrS,
T UDRICATINO OILS.
We deilre to rail aiienilon to the line uockoTOILS
wl.kh w now Mie on hand, computing
th. following t
Freak Sperm OH, la qnevatiUoa to tall
IjitiI OiL In barreU and ca.es
Cliruli oil, in larrelt ami In caw ;
taut oil. (two qualities.) lo call I
PararTiM oil. In bairvli
A cheap arlkli for lighl-runnlng machinery, and, for
,-w.m uwn, iuiij nfiui 10 in. more ciulve oils
ws almi kiir in siuca
SKIDOAli; Oil. In cases.
Ttd oil I mad fiuni shark's Iti.r. ai.1 U fully equal
lo laid, and Is much cheater.
DARK LUIIRICATINO OllinUneU;
Jusl the llilng for buar alllls. Can Carrier ami Can,
or an) slo- rnotuij ra)iinry, aod al half I lie
prac of lli. eiinsiie oil now in use.
In addition to above, a. keep
Kerose'-e Oil -IXi.ner', Kounday, Luural,
Neall-fou Oil, Uxlnl ikI raw;
liinecd Od, In quaolules lo aurl.
And of the U.t jual'uii a Also, constantly on hand,
In oil and dry, and Uhlte Lead aiml JLInc, of
wiu.i.otiiuaiuwv. ii rssilieil
TWO UCKEY MOWERS.
'Jiii Ihe Vuit In rut Hill grass
PLOWS AND AORICUL'IURAL IMH.KMK.N1S
cf li.ry desciipiluil used on a llairfallon.
FENCK WlkE AND HARDWARE of all kind
cunrfanlly on kand and foi sale sbeap by
Si . hau. s worn,
11. tf Cs. King and Fort r1S HonJJa.
WlIOLIi NUAIMIiR 154
O W. SUVRRANCli,
3i CiiroMiST., CAU,(Rriv No. )
IIAIIAIIA.V toyslfl. ,1 lOMMISSHIX
LJARHDBN & Col
; .Sskximk St , Nun Cauithsm, S. F.
IIKMWAI. I'VIH'IIA.SIMI Alt IJXr.l AXII
pRANK It, AUSTIN A Co.,
Orrira Na m( sumem, Stir it, S. F.,
iommishiox Atir.sis ,i 1 oiniA mi
ll, ( Ayenl:
ComigimienH from ll. HawaiUn l.l.li-l. denied
I he lt irire warranred and ule guararilred. 4
f 'HARLES DRBWF.R St Co.
; Knav Stamr, lloeio,
Attnxis or iiaiiaiiax i:icki:ts,
tleneial t'miitnl..tnn Agent..
.1 S','7,j,"""lonirli'n lor he piirehaslag of g,,li r
Ihe Hawaiian trade. Iieighl at lo.r.l rale. 1
pALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS." '
I1i larg.it and only complete Tji- Foundry an.1
I'lintrri archnu,eonthe Pacific Csl
o) and 107 LeldrsilorlT and
S" Commercial streets,
KAN FRANCISCO, CAI.
We Irep on luinil ihe lirBe.t itnrk of American Fancy
1 ll rier kenl on ll,i. mm -.ti... . :.i. - '
mmt rom,leietock of Miller ft Rich
ard a Scotch Type J ami can
furnlih, nt ihorl notice,
AnrthlnR In Urn Frlnlnr'n linn.
from nllrtlkln to a C) tinier Pre-.. We hss-e a lame
mi .,---, imi-,1 1 iniitni; iTesselot
all make. nml sire. We nre n le e,i.n f,ie
Lartii.leUC)hn,IerlieM, Collrell anl
lUlcixk Preiieil also Prerl.-s, Clip-
-er, Jewel, Gordon and Waih-
WASIII.N010N' HANI) PUF.SSKS!
new Itaner steam engine, which are Jut the thing fir
,........, ..". ' "-" a.iuirr. writ. i'MtT l,Uttrrt,
nn.Iahill line of .Smttrni boAdiiidfu'
OUR nni.LIIV UOI.I.KU COMro.SIIION
ami fcerleat Printing nW are crmdered tlie lu in
it-j-. llnv. .v... ,...l ... 1. r.-.r... . .
tv ' ,. "." . "" cnniioil JiUieST
I he- saie edilorul work and rnmpo.1
tron, an,l llierefore sale money.
TSKND FOR OUR CATAI.0GUF..
RiMKMer.11 -No house on ihl crn.t ran coni-tte with
. ,u.,,,, ui gOlHIl,
Chicago office 178 Monroe street.
M. CARTER & CO.
. M. CARtP,
S. r. flMAIIAM.
No. 82 King Slrocit, Knnolnln,
asTatL nxarrits in
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
t We would notify the public, and housekeepers iu inr,
ticular, that v, e ktep on hand and fur .ale. In quantilie
to sun purcha-ers ami at loweit rale., fuel, a follow.-.
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Length f
-.. w. niiWCAsril.P. COAL,
CELKinwrni) wkllimVi'dn-'mYn.:: "" '
Ill.l-AKl uiu; 1IAV COAL,
The above can reordered by Telrpluine or otherwise,
nd immediate ileluery gnaranleetL
Oivr. US A CAI.I ., Telephone, No. 10J
F ALSO kllif IN STOCK:
U.Wl Gl-Californ-ia an.1 New Zealand l
II R I.KV-Whole rin.1 ground ; '
I1RAN, .MIDIILl.Nl.b, and other rent
Order Ihe above through Telephone No. 305,
ANII WR WAHRANT
Qnlob Dollvnrr nnd FU Wtslght
ORDERS ri(OM OrilER ISLANDS SOLlCirt..)
Free Deliiery lo All Parti of the Cily,
Rewoutber, No. Kit Kinn StrsMt.
'I rirriinaa So. 303. , . j
T-HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
. O. ENOLINO tt Co
AV. j, ,Vmh SI., IIshsUU It, t
Sol agent for these Islands. A full line of lli.
Xrw It I cat,
Ita ayes, J
and Fiilureiforthesarnial.aysln Uixl,
JOII WORK. PKOMITLY DO.Vt
TIeplsu Ko.HH. 1,1,),
Jut nc.iv.d an-l foi ub ei Abeigekli. and
Hankow, from London,
ATTIIE HONOLULU STUAll PLANING MILL
ma risnr assuiysiavT 0'
Kuury Colore, IILft . , (IHslU tucket
Hay U fuund at Ik tUn. eifabli,tMii,
Also, PLATE GLASS, froie oiu bl to mu feel
111 AStiSK I
OFFERl.1) AT RIASO.V ,IH.F. KATES.
An Kaily CaU Is tKJuliid,
UisvAiU Ihmm 1'ku.wn; MiU.
eKU,?,'iyi ?"riAWlKRkV, Tana tiaia, arj
aM sai tWnif l"Uw, yaj MUi al A.
MaLLHT, 1, Wiui, IH