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Unyine f 'ompany N0.U on i-cbruary
7, i860, llic foll.)irtilpficcrfi- were
clecu-d A. J (Jattwiilht, foreman ;
W. It Wright, assistant tfcitnanj J. S.
Smithies, secretary ; J. Upward, trcas-
riiiir-idaj', February fjfll Ming the-
annivcrsiry of the binhdatW the kirifiy
was 'oWrteil as a Kcncral'Mli,iav : and
rr re so ni it wis the ntitiiuLnr) of thud
uih.uii.uiiiii ui uiu ipiu jjumlncni,
which had its annual fma'fe, In the
evcinnjr, l'iin t Kanu'haine'Ha nave a
btatc ball in the Upper rotTjti of the
court house. His inajclwas not
present, beinp absent nt Miliainn.
Oiipcii fvinma. Iioirnver. nllrfrtti.,! 1,1-
her ladies in waiting, the tnirjjieri of
1 tale, ami Hip kind's atnir, hoifntcd llie
ball with her presence ctti her
majesty's arrival, a hide after H ttjoik,
d.nv iiii comim-iiir ! anil litbsu'
ill a late hour, under the iiianaiftueiii
. Doctor Hoffmann, who, as ftcry
body knew in those days, made fth in
Coni)arablc master of tjCrcmoniesA
The Twenty Second of February,
the anniversary of the birth of ''llie
father of his country," was obscrid
by a splendid ball given in the evening
by J. W. Ilorden, United Stales Con,
misbinncr. at the Dudoit House (now
Mrs. J. Ci. Dickson's). 1 Icr Majesty,
Queen r.nuna, ,(mernor Kekuanao.i,
the kin;;'s ministers, and a large num
ber of foreign residents, of all nation
alities, were present.
IJy the L'niled States mail, which was
received here February 17th, intelli
gent c was received of the death of the
1 Ion. Joel I urrill, united Stales"Con
sul nt Honolulu from 1 8.1ft to 1850.
I Ie hcd at Oswego, Mew York, on the
a8th of December, at the age of fifi
years. During his life, he occupied
many important offices under the state
and national governments, and was
universally esteemed by all who knew
him. An Oswego paper thus spoke of
his connection with these islands:
" On the accession of President
Polk, in 18.15, Judge Turrill was a
pointcd consul at the Sandwich Islands,
and sailed with his family in October
of tho same -year, in the United States
frigate Congress, in company with
Commodore Stockton, who was on bis
way to take command of the Pacific
squadron, touching at Rio Janeiro,
Valparaiso and Callao, and arriving at
Honolulu in June, 184!). He held
the position of Consul until the spring
of 1850, and returned home via San
.Francisco. In the discharge of bis
official duties as consul, he was uni
versally popular with the government of
the islands, as well as the foreign
representatives and American naval
officers. His .strong judgment aiid
sound discretion were often consulted
and always respected by those in official
or business stations; and he was confi
dentially consulted by the government
in regard to ceding the islands to the
United States, nt the time of the
threatening condition of affairs between
them and some of the Furopcan
February 20th, the missionary packet
Morning Star, Captain Itrown, sailed
for the Ar.irqucsas group, to carry sup
plies to the missionaries stationed
among those islands. U'c had not yct;
as we subsequently did, given up that
nest of cannibals and chronic thieves,
robbers and murderers. The-Rev. Mr.
Coin went as delegate.
On the same day, a missionary for
Japan left on a vessel bound to Hako
daiiT, His history is a noteworthy one,
ami it would tie intcrestum to know
what has since become of him, or if he
still lives. I quote from the Friend for
'Wilms llw. Utnm,nM,l!i:,n ...(-.
der Commodore Perry, was reluming to
the United Slates, it touched at Ilono-
1.,!.. I.. .I!.- I,., ft..-. I,.... l.
rt! sum, 111 1". 11 nit- ivi;. vi. Jlinu-s,
A f chaplain of the steamer Mississippi, we
k! j vere introduced to a marine by the name
01 iiawe. 1 te represented humcll as in
terested in the religious welfare of the
Japanese, and assured us, that it was
Ins intention to visit his native country,
and return to Jamn as a missionary.
We were interested ,111 the young man,
but readily confess that we were not
cry sanguine incur expectation that
'lie would carry his good intention into
! execution. '1 hue has passed away, and
1 sum enough, the United States marine,
1 Gable, has thus far carried out his
it benevolent plan of life. He has re
;Vturu,cd to Honolulu, and is now en
1 )routo for Japan, expecting to sail in
uie .oe. 1 luring the period 01 Ins late
L'sidencc in the United States, he has
ileeit diligently studying and otherwise
I jiicparing himself for his future mission
11 . .M.-iuisou university, tianui'on: incw
Hy arrivals from San Francisco, in
i the first iart of March, intelligence was
It received here of thcilentli. at S.in Kmis.
. j'cisco, on the 10th of February, of Capt.
njjl), V Penhallow, who had sailed out of
. Honolulu as a shipmaster and latterly
&"' as pilot, between twenty and thirty
" .years. He was a native of Portsmouth,
I ' New Hampshire, and well and favor
) ably known to all old residents, as a
! bluff but extremely kiiulhcarted sailor,
of the old school.
Mairh 5th, arrived Ibc Un(ed State
steam-frigate Powhattan, Captain Pcar-
6011, with Mac Officer Josiah Sattuall,
fiom J;yan, en route for San Francisco.
in in ,iji lor a supply of coal, She
tml a JaKinesc embassy for
, . ta,esi i.ousisting of sev eqty-
Hit twenty ot wiiom were
t , . .,
TV' "-'uiumg two am -
trail luuues, or princes
heluj'A1 TbeemlMSsy was
tinpriM French Hotel, during
for. IWtV'nport, Mhiewas
liji.AVwwcame the guests
tent to crahnajesty, uith the
Vou,jospitality for which
had ilnTl lud them fitted
fo'.lofi vhi the best furnb
uvu, , rf. 'Haioyd,. for the use
ty lurinu ineir sta.
ano norsvs were
On the niglit of March 3d, there was
a very heavy freshet in the Xmiami
valley. It was sunjioscd that a vvdtcr
spout must have burst in the upper
part of the valley, as the rain was by no
means ropious. The upper stone
bridge, near the reservoir, was carried
away, as well as the water pipes, thus
rutting off the Mipply for several days.
On the flat, below Smith's church, the
Water rose to an unprecedented higjit,
and came very near carrying away sev
ttvn Iiiiililitinii .! .n.l 1... f- t.
uiiiiuiims vn i.uimju i,y laiiimeii.
As it was, many of the buildings were
left complete wrecks, and the furniture
ruined. Numerous taro patches were
destroyed ; and at Palama, the bcauti
fuFflowcr garden of Mrs. J. 1!. llarnard
was completely washed away.
The annual election of officers ol the
Honolulu Rifles took place on the toth
of Match, audit may revive the recol
lections of some of my readers if I re-
prou'irc t( n.vmrs 01 me oiiicers
I 1 rlcd . vllii. iMaiest) Kampli.imeha
I'., colonel; John II. lirowncaptain;
Thomas Spencer, first lieutenant; M.
Ilrown, second lieutenant ; V. Krugcr,
third lieutenant ; I'. I,. Jones, orderly
sergeant ; (ieorge Thomas, secoml scr
gc.mt ; Samuel K. Rawson, third ser
geant ; II. Vaelker, fourth sergeant;
John RitMiti, aSsislant iiiartermastcr ;
I'. Lobe, color sergeant; J. II. Paly,
first corporal ; R. II. Neville, second
corporal ; J. R. Mitchell, third cor
poral; IMlrickwcddie, fourth corporal;
G.' F. Spencer, secretary; F. Ilindt,
treasurer; W. Mossman, assistant secre
tary,, fi new society was formed in Hono
lulu early in April of this year. Its
members were called the " Dashaway
Swcjiers." The plcdue was disnlavcd
at Dr. Hoffman's drugstore, and read
as 101 ows :
" 'e, the undersigned, mutually
pledge ourselves to abstain from pro-
lane Swearing, -tinder the penalty of
iitf, tents for every oath, the funds to
be paid to F. Iloflmann, treasurer of
the charity fund of the Masonic lodges
Thii became immediately popular,
some Jixty members signing the first
week,-Juul the treasury steadily raked
in the reals. I don't know how long it
lastcd4probably Dr. Hoffmann could
tell. On Sunday, the 15th of April, at
the reqdest of the members of the, so
ciety, lite Rev. Mr. Corvvin, mstor of
me l'ott-btrect (.Jliurch, delivered a
sermon Ion the subject of profane
swearing in which the utter contempt!
blencss if the practice was very thor
On A iril 29th, there was another
trcmendi us freshet in the Nuuami val
ley. TV tide happening to be low
when th: water came down the stream,
no scrioi . danragc was done beyond
carrying way the temporary bridge
erected here the stone bridge had
stood, ar. cutting olTthe water supply.
These fn quent and heavy freshets, I
had alwaA held, were owing to the de
struction Af the forests and the under
growth by laltle. Hut since cattle have
been labii'Al in the upper part of the
valley, ami llie shrubbery and under-
Kiiinui iuioyt-ti a cnance to grow, we
have no moift freshets like those of the
May soth, the birthday of the Prince
of Hawaii, wA very generally observed
as a day ofVestivity. There was a
schooner race between the two recently
arrived coasterl the Kmma Rookc and
the Nettie Meirill in which the judges
declared the latter to have been beaten
by the former ; 'f here was a regatta of
suu-iniuib, mm a canoe race. Horse
racing, luaus arid picnics, were the
order or the day, vith a large majority.
May 23d, 'arrived the Japanese
steamer Kandinmirrah, from San Fran
cisco, en route forllapan. She had an
admiral on board, tvith an unpronounr
able name, who, kith his suite, were
presented to the img. The steamer
remained but thretldays in port, taking
on boaid a amply f coal and sailed
again for Japan. I
The Hawaiian Acgislature for the
year 1S60, conveiiedjnn the 22d of May,
mirsuant to royal proclamation. After
hearing the king's Jpcech, the nobles
assembled in the hall of the supreme
court, and procecdil to orcanirc bv
the choice of the ollowing officers:
His lix. M. Kckuantoa, president; H.
b. Sheklon, secrete; 11. Kahanu,
sergcant-at-arms ; Ka, messenger.
The following is m rrcct list of the
members of the both : of nobles, i860:
II. R. II. Prince I it Kamehameha,
II. R. II. V. K. Ka: iiimanu, Her K.
R. Kcclikolani, C,o .mess ol Hawaii;
His F.X. R. a Wylli (ex officio) ; His
Kx. . I. Gregg (cl oHkio) ; His Ex.
M. Kcku.1n.10a, Clivemor of Oahu :
His lux. I'. NaliaolLhia, (.ovcrnor of
Maui; His Kv. IVKanoa, Governor
of Kauai; Hon. Messrs. C. Kanaina,
It. Namakacha, J. 'li, K. Kajuiakea,
D. Kalakaua, J. Kalena, L. Haalelca,
R. Armstrong, C, Cl Hopkins, C. R.
The following vverd the members of
the house of represihtativcsi Hawaii
-J. R. CI1.11ubcrl.1i1M S. Kipi, I). II.
Nahinu, U McCully J. Raaukai,. J.
. Kailihou, W. jlKaulia, G. W.
Pilipo. Maui D. D.IHaldwin, S. M.
Kamakau, A. Hopu, J. Porter Gicen,
D. R. Naiapaakai, I. .lliola Molokai
and Unai- S. It. Kahlilanui, Halekai.
Oahu-- J. I, Dowsett, l F. Manini, V.
Webster, S. P. Kahuna, P. Naone, C,
H. Aikeke, 0. Harenal.a, S. M. Na
ukana. Kauai H. A. Widemann, D.
11. .Mahoe, V. Knuiben,
Till hnrwo nrnrnofIiil ti nriniiirn l
i --.-l '. fcV Ul W lUttll - 111
Uhe election of officers. Messrs. V.
ami i. .McLullv were nomi
nated for the position of' "sneaker, but
llie house was for a long time evenly
div ided in regard to the two candidates,
fiv e successivejxdlotings showing tw clve
votes for each. Hut on the sixth lllot,
Mr. McCully was elected by a inaioritv
of one. The other officers then chosen
were; O. II. Gulick. clerk: Rev. I
Smith, chaplain ; W, C. l"arke, scr-geant-at-arnis
; W Chamberlain, en
Tlie representatives went (o work
.with a vi, ajhoimh they inoant to
try and aticeawlUh sowethiug. in
fact, they 'Km soikc' ixxl worken.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
riKVii:.si:it .v.'ii .
Dillrt frnm tint) Uttlt In .IllfiMf lOlli.
Monsciunor Cancl is in the United
There has been a strike of Union
printers in Son Frarieixc'o.
It cost a New Haven milkman $150,
the other day, for.watcriug milk.
Kuklux barbarities have lieen re
sumed in Tennessee as well ai Georgia.
The Market-Street cable railroad
system of San Francisco is now com
Lumber vn'med at $200,000 was rc-
centl' awciit away by a freshet in the
The Ohio and Mississippi Railway
mortgaged its property recently for
$ 1 0,000,000.
Then? iJ tft be a Socialist Congress
in London, ormhfed by the Cerman
1 uu iiiuuixuiii rviiigini leinpiar irom
u iu u.ibi .in.- uAn:i:ieii iu lie in oan
Francisco before the 1st proximo.
There was a railroad collision at
Paulct, Vermont, on the 1st instant, in
which six employes weic killed.
The City Council of Chicago has
ma'dean extra appropriation of $10,000
to put the city in good sanitary condi
In St. Helena, California, sixteen
pounds of butter was made recently
in nineteen days, from the milk of one
The English Channel Tunnel bill
has been abandoned by the British
cabinet for the picscnt session of par
liament. The fiftieth anniversary of the form
ation of the New York City Anti
Slavery Society will be celebrated on
the 2d of October.
The ship Marco Polo, with a cargo
of deals, was wrecked on Prince Ed
ward's sfcind, on the 26th ultimo. No
Mrs. Langtry is expected to return
to the United States this coming
autumn, and will probably visit San
Seventeen persons were killed and
fourteen wounded by a railroad acci
dent at Carlcton, New Jersey, on the
James Carey, 'the I'lucnix Park mur
der informer, has been himself mur
deredshot on a ship while on his
way to Australia.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany pays a profit of 7 per cent on
$80,000,000, while its plant cost less
there has been an outbreak of
Spanish soldiery ai the city of Uadajos.
The revolting soldiers have declared
for a republic
The National Irish League is to
hold, in the autumn of 1884, a general
convention of Irish societies throughout
Three iron steamships are being
built at Glasgow for the Canada Pacific
Railway Company, to ply on the lakes
between Monti cal and U'innepeg.
Gold mining in Alaska has been
more profitable this than any previous
year, but it is not considered a good
place for men without capital to go.
Cholera is raging in Egypt. On the
1 st instant, eight hundred and eighty
seven deaths from that cause were
recorded, chiefly in Alexandria.
It is said that ninety per cent of the
criminals pardoned by the Emperor of
ixussia wncn lie was crowned, have
already been rearrested for later crimes.
John C New, assistant secretary of
the treasury, is said to have been
finally converted" to the idea of aban
doning the coinage ol standard dollars.
Two important measures arc now
before the Georgia legislature one
forbidding Sunday excursions, and the
other providing for local option as to
the sale of liquor.
' San Francisco has adopted a system
requiring every owner of every corner
building to paint thereon the name of
each street m letters not less than
three inches square
King Solomon's Lodge of Masons at
Chailestown, the oldest Masonic in
stitution in this country, is to celebrate
its one hundredth anniversary on the
1 ith of September ne.xL
Serious designs to incite a revolt in
Poland have been discovered. Ilishopcd
the apointment of General Gourks as
commanding-general at Warsaw will'
frustrate the plans.
Senator John F, Miller of California,
who was recently in Honolulu, is sug
gested by a correspondent of the New
York Tribune, as Republican nominee
A Florida gentleman has succeeded
in making sugar and syrup from cas.
sava, and believes that cassava cultiva
tion will become a highly profitable
The old ticket, (he old platform,
and, alove all, the old "bar'l," are
being demanded by a very large mum
tier of Democrats in the united States
which means Sammy Tildcn.
Crook's latest hulian campaign in
Arizona, along and across the Indian
border, does not suit Ariionans, who
say that he has made no "good In
dians" -meaning "dead Indians."
The ship Till ic E. Statbuck, now on
the way from Philadelphia tp Portland,
Oregon, ha j a cargo valued at $900,.
000. It includes twcnty-jwo locomo
tives for the Northern Pacific Railroa'd.
The licet sugar business in Dcleware
is a disastrous failure, and the company
with $120,000 capital, organised to
carry it on, has gone the way of all
earthly things. The managers say that
the trouble was in. the beets- that they
did not have sugar enough in them;
but some think that the mischief was
done by inexperience and bad management
It seems that the story of thcquairel
between King Alfonso and Queen
Christine of Spain was unfounded.
The my thicat misunderstanding was
" suggested " by some Madrid Adver
tiser. . The body of the unfortunate Miss
Cramp, the young lady who fell from
the gang plank of the ship Alameda, at
the reception given on'board that ship
vdiilc lying at Philadelphia, on the 26th
ultimo, was recovered three days later.
Sir Charles Wolsclcy was recently
married to Miss Mary Murphy, a
wealthy California!! heiress, and the
New York Sun says, that Lord lleau
mnnt, the seventh on the roll of ling-li-ih
barons, is said to be Engaged to
Miss Jennie Mood.
The condition of the United States
treasury on the 28th of last month was.
Gold coin and bullion, $201,805,557
silver dollars and bullion, $11,7 15A1 1;
fractional silver coin, ''SsS.oSi.ii-i;
United Stales notes, $sM8.s'86,i72:
United Stales notes,
Lord Chief-Justice Coleridge of
lingland, will reach New York the last
of this month. I Ie will be the guest of
li. F. Shepherd, son-in-law of W. II.
Vanderbilt, who will place at his dis
posal three elegant cars for extensive
A grand colonization scheme, organ
ized by wealth negroes, is being organ
'zed in the Southern Slates. Vacant
land in South Carolina will probably
be pm chased, aqd negroes will then
have a strong working majority in that
The portraits on the new postage
stamps that come in use October rst
arc: 1 -cent, Franklin; 2-cent, Jackson;
3-ccnt, Washington ; 5-cent, Garfield ;
fi cent, Lincoln ; 7-ccnt, Stanton ;
10-cent, Jefferson; 12-ccnt, Clay;
1 5-cent, Scott; 30-cent, Hamilton;
The New York Produce Exchange
Weekly figures up the total wheat ex
ports for the twelve months ending
June 30th, together with the amount
invested in seeding, consumption for
food and manufacturing of food, at
31.162,500 bushels, and the reserves
on hand July 1st 128,022,970 bushels.
About six hundred thousand tons of
Egyptian rags arc annually imported
into the United States for paper stock.
A vessel laden with rags from Egypt was
overdue at Iloston late last month, and
the revenue cutter at that port was
ordered to intercept the vessel and pre
vent the landing of the cargo, for fear
of infection from cholera.
The Chicago Railway Age reports
the number of railroads sold under
foreclosure of mortgage, during the six
years, 1876. to tSBi inclusive, as two
hundred and fifty-seven. The aggre
gate mileage was 22,924 miles, and the
total capital was $1,363,556,000. The
railways of the United States have a
debt of $6,500,000,000.
President Arthur's new Indian
policy, which seems to be an inspira
tion of General Sheridan, proposes to
do away with all the Indian reserva
tions and agencies issuing bonds for
the value of the same to all tribes from
which land is so taken, compelling them
to live on homesteads like other
citizens, supported by their own ex
ertions and the interest on their
During a recent session of the San
Francisco Hoard of Health, a com
munication signed "A Citizen of Ho
nolulu" was read, warning the board
to protect this country from an invasion
of lepers, and stating that two of the
boys in the Hawaiian Royal Hand,
which is announced to attend the con
clave with King Kalakaua,- are lepers.
The quarantine officer was instructed
to quarantine all vessels arriving here
with Iejicrs upon them, until such time
as the lepers shall have been sent back
to the port from which they sailed.
An earthquake on the Island of
Isclua during the night of July 28th,
destroyed the town of Casamicciola,
and greatly damaged the towns of
Lacco and F'ario, killing about four
thousand persons outright, and fatally
or seriously injuring as many more.
Ischia is a volcanic island at the north
entrance to the Hay of Naples, having
a superficial area of twenty-six square
miles. It has one extinct volcano,
San Nicvia, which has a bight of 2,600
feet, surrounded by twelve inferior
cones. The last eruption of the
mountain was in 1302. The island is
noted for the richness of its soil and
the mildness of its climate. It is a
great resort for health and pleasure.
Among the injured is Miss Hannah
Louise Van Allen of San Francisco.
'lu.HTixa risu r.h ii.m i).
' Alfred J. Ellis, one of the oldest of
California pioneers, died in San Fran
cisco on the 27th ultimo.
liertrand Vciteli, associate agent of
the New York Press Association, died
in New York on the 28th ultimo.
Isaac Adams, the inventor pf the
Adams power printing-press, died at his
residence in Sandwich, New I lamp
shire, on the 19th ultimo.
Nelson W. Fuller, founder of the
first anti-slavery paper established in
Wisconsin, died at Sturgeon Hay,
Michigan, on the 28th ultimo, aged 70.
Hon. William K, lining of New
York, member of the forty-second and
forty-third congresses, died of beau
disease in New York, on the 39th
Gea Thomas I). Johns, a California
pioneer, and a distinguished volunteer
officer during the war, dieil in Pough
kcepsie, Ncw.Vork, on the 31st ultimo,
W. W, Crane, Jr., a prominent lawyer
of Oakland, one of the most triotic
and best respected citirens in the state,
died at his residence in Oakland, Cali
fornia, July 31st. The death was u 11
expectcd, the deceased having in con
templation at the time of his death a
trip to these islands.
I V. O. Smith,
t t A. TiiostoN
Nd. j! Mrrcimkt Stkrht.. .
ILLIAM 0. SMITH & Co.,
1 1. A. Tin utox, I
I W. O. Smith. f
STOCK anil IIVM. r.STATIi llltOKimi,
Vo MXir.UCIIANT STREET, HONOLULU.
(ElMUlM In lS;9 )
Sujlt I'hnt.itkm, Hailrinil, Trlrfilmn mul olhfr Cor
pfir&linn Slock., IKiml. ami .imibr Suritin
llnnahl rniif .So. nn Comwtnilnn.
Money t-in.J on Stock Scutiiles.
1 Snolutn, II. I., OrloKr t, l88, llolf
iVHtMnr ,1 Law ami Snlaru Vtihltr,
NT A xn MKRtltANr SmFFTI, HONOLULU
.Anr.Mcc w. AaiiFonn,
.iTnut.vnr, .siii.itiiTini, r.Tt:,
No. 15 Kaahi'maxi' Strpkt.
ATMIISV.Y AT ,.IH
Ami Notary PuMic Annul all trie Court (f llie
Ki rigid nil. 1
fifi Firt SrwiKT, HuNni.uttf, 1
ATToiixnrs- vovssEu.on at ia ir.
T-VRS. CUMMINGS & MAKT!N
OmcttcoBNftu Fort and Hrkktania Sr..
svnar.oxs asi tuniairjTiiic r-
Office Hoiirv Until 9 a. m,, ntul from 1-3 ail 6.38 r.M,
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
ritvstvrAX fimf sunorux.
Hotel Mrrel, between Fort and AUVea tt recti.
From j to 10 a. m.; t to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
iotf Telephone No.
D. EMERSON, M. D.
HONOLULl', H. I.,
vursictAX Axn sin:(ii:ox,
Tflkphoir NL'MBKR 149.
Office Iioiim from 8K to toJ4 a, in.; XA to jU p. m.
Office ami residence number 1, Knkui street,
corner Fort ktreet. u
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
UnsoiviVt IT. I.,
mixta h t;oons o.v i'oht srtn:g:T.
Office in llrewer' I Slock, corner Hotc and Fori
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
OARAH E. PIERCE M. D.,
fault? tnut Chtlitven J7rfi.
Office an J reiMence No. ,5 School Strfpt,
(I'etwren Fort and Km inn).
Office a I fount 10.30 to 11,30 a. m. and 1.30 to 1.30
P. XI. Telephone, No?6i. i53-3'n
nr ILLIAM b. McAllister,
n 1: x T J ST,
ri'RMANFVTLT LOCATttl) IK ItONulUtU.
Office ronier Hotel and ALricea trrct opposite the
V. M.C A. Uuildinff.
rartidit.1rnttentI011p.tid to retoritioi gold fillings.
Heljiiiiron gooil work at reasonable charge to gun
the ctMiliJeiKt: of f puLltc. , 15 o ft
A G. ELLIS,
.S T O V K 11 it o k ; it.
No, 72 (Jl'HKM STKFKT .. . ..HON-OUUI
Member of the I lonolulu Stock. al Hond F.xctnnge.
Is rrrpared to buy and sell Stock and llondt In the
open maiVet, at the usual ratr uf nmiimtMon.
HaMtione) to loan on Stocks. Small ntarging re
quired on I line Contract 1.
Will udtioe at to Inve&tinrntf ulien retpiested,
P O. HALL & SON (Limited)
IMroRTFKS ANI1 DtALFRS IK
Ifnvthrarn it ml lrnrnt' Jlcrchitntlt,
Cort. or King and Fort Strutt-:, HONOLULU
Willhiti W, Hall President and Manager
I. C A Mm. .. .Secretary and 'treasurer
IV CJhic, Jr Auditor
IJ 1 ret ton K. O. Hall, Oeorge K. Howe. 151
T D. RAMSAY,
llrnrral tfrucrr ami Vrorllott Hniter.
No. 67 Hot Ft SrstFT, Honou'lu.
Good deli ve led to cuttomrrt rri-ldcncci free of
charge. Just recritcd, ex lite arrival, i fresh line of
unoiie uroceneft. ah order tilled, with proiiiptneitv
I iland ot ileri soliciied. 133
O M. CARTER,
IIUNOLUII', II, I,,
AOKXT TO 2'AKK ACKXOMASDO:-
wilt to VuiitrttrtM to fat hot.
Office at VacificMai! SicamUiip Dock, F.spUiude. 15
COMM1SSIOXHII OF ItlHUIS
For the Slate of California, for lfc Jiiwailan Mamk,
aiij Central As"l 'or the I'acilic .Mlillial Life In
luranc. Cun)iauy uf California, 143
Intbk OmcK, llovoi.fiu.
.KIKXT TO T.IKK AVKXOWLKIHIK'
Hlrtit la Conlrnrltfur Labor, 3
JOHN 1l. PATY,
lloNOIl-LV, OAHU, II. I
xot.i itr rviii.iv.i.vi) voMvissioxi'.i
For ih. SlalM of California ami New York. Oflic
at ilia Hank pf llikhop & Co. 1
P T. LENEHAN 4 Co.
Nll'ANU SrT, IIONPU'LI'.,
i.uroitTKits .i.v couiiissiox jkk-
r YCAN & JOHNSON,
103 ami 10; Foht Stmict,
Imimrlrr ami lh-alrrt In all KlniU of
.Until- livoilt, faaru ilumlt,
FurnilUIC. Chlr.. S.wlntr tirltin l.r.nn .n.l
Mirror I'Jam, IVlur. Iramt aiut loruiccs ua.1. 10
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Ilrurral Mrrraiilllraml Cvunalttlaii Await
Qimn Stt, IIomuxlu.
OfEnn- I', f Joni Jr., pinUrnl ami uuiajtr i
JdMrihQ. Caitcr, lrraur.r anl uirttary. Dirrrior.l
Horn. Uiarlci K. IliOioj.aiU II. A. I'. Carur J lltnry
May, auditor. i,
AAl.i Carinlrr, Hfiar Makrr ami Caulkrr
No. 9 QlIM StT (Ulow Honolulu Iron Wortt)
WIS. A. U. MELLIS,
Nik 104 t'oarSrmiT, IIonuiui.it,
f.lSIHOXAHI.K IHIKS AXIt CLOAK.
AI7M. O. IRWIN ft C t
llWOICLU, II. I.,
Mill 4 M VAVTOUM AX VOMMtUMHM
CUM M Willi,
'TEMBER 1, 1SS3.
yxj ILLIAM MeCANDLBSS
Nn, 6 Qi'efm STtT, Fkii Mahxrt.
Dealer In Choicest Beef, Veal, Mutton, Etc.
Family afnl Mopping on!m carefully atten.feit Ie.
Live Slock fumUlie.1 lu Ve-el at kliort notice.
Vtju.tUti of all klnjt supplied 10 order.
S. GRIKDAUM h Co.
MaKPF'S IlUKK, (JltftRK StRIPT,
iMvoHTiinsAxu nittr.i:s,ti,t: m:ai
rm tn Urnriiit Mrrrttiimllte, t
Jt S. GRINDAUM A Co.
ai4 California St., San FiANcrv:ot
ronwAitMxn Axt coM.utssiox
Specitl facilities for and particular attention paid to
roirsfgnmnn of Ulaml prwfuce.
JWf AX BCKART
No. tit Fort StFPfT, Htivntfitr,
UATt'tUIAXMt, IVAVlUAUtt .VffM-
rrr, ttml ttlaiiihml tSritt-it
All ttrders faithfully cxemieiL 3a
T AWRENCE A I'HKETIi;
t'lan and hctimatev furnished f.r WotU t.f (
ciion. Lint l.tieuieennx nnd Surviving. Otrnr,
er ol Makkntiwila Otnl KUauea .tret.t, m-t 1
to Widrmann'ii brick warehouse,
lU. lUt 101.
Kit, 114 Four Sr.,orposiTKrANTiiritN Stabim,
ntiOTAxn sitniLu.i unit, hoots axi
Stun: inttttp to inut?i
Of!t material at reavinaMe pncei, ami f.n cash.
TJOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOLRAI K AKIl KfTAII.
nnvtwisTs axi Toiut't-oxisrs.
So. 59 N mi a nti street. Honolulu, 11. 1,
"DROWN R. HI ILL! PS,
No. 3 XUUANU SrRRRT, IfllVOLULU, II. L,
Prttttteiit rhniibrrn, On I'tttrr it ml Cop
jtrrMnttlhn, Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Mnchine. 1
1 reight, l'ackacev and RiBBase delivere.1 to and from
alt patlsof Honolulu and vicinity. Carrful at
tention Jiaid to moving Furniture, willi
WAdONS KXl'RLSSLY 1014 THE I'URI'OSF.
Tclehone 80; residence 135 I'unclitioMl mreet.
OHice M KIiik street. ino-tf
JUT PHILLIPS & CO.
ifl IVImlrtnlr Ihuilm In I'lnllilnu, Jlimlt,
Shoel, Hats, Menu's Fumi&liliif; G00J4,
Taney Gvilt, etc.
No. it Kaalutmanti street.
HARLT2S T. GULICK,
XOT.I ItY vvnr.ic,
ACRNT TO TAKE ACKNOtt I Kur.MF.NT TO I.AUOII
RENERAI. imSINF.SS ARCNT.
Office in Mackee's Block atcorner.(,n.i J H3at.
maimnfetfi, Honolulu. a-,y
Q J. LEVEY & CO.,
ll'linlrmalr anil tlrtnll flrorrm,
Fort street, Houotuhi.
I'reJi ETOceriM and provisions of nil U111.I1 on liaim ami
ncriveil rei;ubily from Liirogn; and America vtliitli
will U sohl at the lowest mullet ralev.
f.cKvl, deliiereiltoany parte! llie city free of tliarce.
luaudoiilen solicited and prompt attention will le
Ktven to the same. iia.ty
AIONG LEONG It CO.,
NU1MNU Si BEFT, C'OK. MaKINK,
Aiirnti fur .10.1, 1 11 1 Siiimr, falama Itln
J'tnntntlim, And Kailua Kice Flantation and Mill.
"piIEO. H. DAV1ES & Co.,
(I.ATK lANION, r.RHF.V & Cll.)
I3IVUIITKU, VOMMISSIOX MKUVIIAX1
1 miff Airnt far
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
. '. ..' anJ "oreEr' Marine Insurance Company.
And Northern Assurance Company, ,
A W, RICHARDSON & Co
liiroRTtus AKii IliALrns in
Mum, SIIOK.S, FVHXISIIlXd (IOOIIS,
llali. Unfit, Trunkt, I'alltrt,
rerfumnyand Soain, Wi liham Watches, Fine lev.,
elry, etc.. cor. of Fort and Mercltant streets, Hon
olulu, II. I. ' .
r E. WILLIAMS.
!lrnKTK ANII DltAI.FR IK
rintxiTVin: opurKitv ii:sci:ii-ti
Aha Vjihnltlrrrraail .Vanafarlurrr.
Furniture U'jreruonu Na 109 Fort street. Work
diop at old stand on I tolcl Street. All orilrr. promptly
Ktemlullo. j '
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
OtHUNStklKT, HoNOLUUr, II. I.,
IMI'OUTKlt AXIt ItKALKII IX WK.V
rrnf .Iferrfngiiff.e, ,
P I. NICHOLS.
No. lotJJ Fort STtfiT, Hokolili,,
vmi. nxuixEKi: axi toxTU.WToit
For the Construction of ftailruads,
Mills. Ijan-Iinsj, Iron, Woo,lrn anj ("timUnallon
llrtdjies, uducts and Suprnsiort lrUI;e
for Can. Flumes.
Npsissk U HomL SrsFiT,
MKAI.S S lilt r Kit AT AJI,
houi-H of llie iluy,
Special terns for regular Uianlrrs. Tlie .mly suiu
Me iritale room lu to. 11 fr Indies.
Mrs. Leondejean. Proprietress.
Qi'rrn Strut, IIonolulu, It L,
IWXKHM. C0113IIHSI0X AIIKXTS. 1
CD. HOPFSCIILAEGER It Co.
IIONOU'LV, OaIII', II. I.,
luroiirmis axii vojimishiox jk-
T HOPP A Co., j Klnj street,
fmtrltrl ami MnufMtiinntl
Every drxorlptlon or Faraltnr.
TUTH( I.AMrs:-TitmMlncs, Tasvlt, Cisntn, Silk
Lord In esery tlud-l'ailor vet icsiutled,
cosvr.1, LUicdand road. sHual id
new, MaitrfSss r-uudand
tleaued at short
We are noted for first-dats work and moderate
No. j; Fori SrsT, llonou'.ir(
IMVOKTKKH A 4IK.I LKUH IS HA HU-
tntrt, Vallrru, ToWa,
Paints ami Oils, and peneral Merchandise. 1
A W, PIERCE Co.
HoataLtU', H. I. ,
Hir CHAXIMCkHAMH VUMMIMUIOM
No. J9 MmciisMr Strert, llumuttv. It. I.,
ttttr frnm IVniire, V.ntllaailf
Oermany and the United Stves. 1
stoAtDiiJCAUHOKflv Smrrr, S F.,
iniot.r.s.i 1,1: itnocr.ns.
Fartlculir attention rrsU to ftHinrf ami shipping Is
and ordenu 1
WILLIAMS ft Co.
ri and 104 Four Strrkt,
MIOTOUKA Pitta A ItriSTS.
Picture of all tre and timN mide tr order, and
frame of all dertilirtn4 comtanlly on ti.ml Ali
Corals ShelU and tnrimitie of the Parirtc t
ALLEN ft R0D1HS0N,
HONOU tl', II. I.f
Itrttlrr iii t.mnhrrti ml till html nf tin Hit
iittt Mut?rtnt, Ptititt, f If.?, Xlt9 rr,,
Halralcah, Kulain.nii, KelciulitohK M.nty tillen,
Ullam.i( Pauihl nitd Lrahl.
At UoMmou'i Whirf, t
T YOMS ft
unit t'muittmi Mrvrhnlt
IlKAW R ItljOCK, fJUrRN SrHtR, HuNOtt'U.
Satrt of Furniture, Stocl, Kal 1'staie ami (lenerat
Merchandive promillj attrnJ.il In. Sole aentl for
Ainrrican and Furo(fati mcrcli.tiulne. J I, Lyon.
ta8 r (I-J. l-eve.
CD, C. HOWE,
itovst: umt stux PAixrp.it,
Paprk Hanlpr, etc.,
tr7 Kinff street, ItutK-dtilti. 9
84 Kiiifr street,
Pit. I VTWA I YA 1 Hit MA It Kit,
And Importer 0!" American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (I ounerl) ol Sin Francisco, California.) 50
T HWERS ft COOKR,
(SicctWriHTO Lnwrnsft Oicksos,)
ntPoitTP.its AXt m:au;iis rx iatm-
trr ami tl hh, ti of Hit Uth, t; Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, II. I. 1
TVA W. McCHESNUY ft SON,
iA:ATiti:i:tjiiM;s, TAhunv, jxn
Archis for the Unl Soap Company. No. 41 Queen
street Honolulu H, I. q
r C. COLEMAN,
lltlNOU'LU, IL l.t
JinACICSMITII, MAOIIlXtST, CIN
rtitff? U'ott.'f llurp Shuettift,
Plantation aMachinrry, etc. Shop on ItliiR street,
next to Caule ft Coolcs.
No. B K si aim ma nit street
Tin, Copper anil Shoot Iron Word cor,
S10Vi:S AJI RAKGUS,.
of nil kindf, Plumlrrt Mocknnrt metaU, house furnish.
in gooVU, chnndeliert, l.ttnp, etc.
OAT & Co,
rums or a t.i. ih:-
trrtiilliiilt inmleaml rrpalml.
Iifl in A. F. Cooke's new fire proof Luilding, foot ol
Nutunu Street. ?3
HONDLVLV, H. I.
1'ioxr.pn swam v.ixnr .u.txirr.in.
titry nail Hnhrril.
Numlwr 71 Hotel street,
Pastry Cook and llaker.
between Fort and Nuuajiu
r BNGLING & Co.,
No. 3 Ni.uanu SrRKPT,
TIXSMITIIS AXIt I'lA'M Ill'.llS, lll'.A .-
err In Storm, ttanifft. Tin,
T W. GIRVIH,
Wailuku, Maui, II. I.,
VOMMISSIOX Mr.lU'.IIAXT AXIt lll.'.V-
rr,, Itralrr In Itry lltunlt,
Oroceries, Hardware, Stat tunery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery ami GLasswnre. " i
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
I loNnu'LV, II, I.,
SWAM BXMI.XKS, IIOII.KIIS, Sl'IIAU
Mltlt, Cimlrrt, Iran, Ilia
And l.id Cistings. Machinery of evrrs iVsctiptin
made m order. I'aitkuhr Attention mul to blup's
IttaclsinilliiiiK, Jul, wolk executed oi llie shortest no
T-"HE MONTAGUE RANGE
lORSKTTINr. IN I1RICK.
O. JSXGLfXG .C- Co.,
.V. j.V.i ,V., IffHtlulu, It. I.
Sole asenls for these Islands, The Lest ChAl.i ap.
luraius for Hie I'laniatlon, lloulor Family,
llol llitlrr llullrrt,
Mratr Hart, i:tr.t
Alwaj-s In slock,
Fsplicit direvti'Mtt for setting up accumpany evers'
Cii?n,irr aii.f I'rfat on affllcilhii.
pilOS. G, THRUM,
iMrORTINn ANII MANI'rACTPRINri
HTATIOSKH, XKirHAflKXr, ntixwit,
And puUidierol the SsTl'ensv I'dess.an,! .,
am AttH.u ah,I An.ual, Merchant street. Deal
er In liu. .Suilonrry, I looks, Music, lojs and FaiKy
(modt, Fort stieet, near I loirl, Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
IurtRrks ANU IlRSISRSIN
IIKXIHt.l I. MIUWIIAXIIISV,
Corner Queen and Kaahumalin Streets, lloo,diitil.
DOLLES & Co.
QrrtM Slim, loisnuai, II. I.,
Sllll' CIIAXlH.r.US AXIt VOMMIHHIOS
Imponeit an Dealers In (ieneral Merthanilise.
CAItVr.XTKIt ami llll LOHU.
All kinds of )jU.in promptly attended to.
Tsleplion. Ny. I Jo, Wsllumson's t;rss O.T.re.
SIop Na, U rClng street. ,o
f AINE ft Co.
HoXOLtLf, It. I.
lOMMIIHlOX MKHVIIAXTH IHVOH-
Itr ami UraUrt In
Hay, Grain sun Ceneral Prraluc..
U 8- MclNTYRB A BROTHER,
Co. Kino ani, FoarSrt., Honoilh,
(UtOIKItV AXIt rHf.lt HTOMK.
VHAMVAUKK VlltKH XAKl'fAVTHMr,
No. 11 Ijiiha Srsssr, IIoihhmv,.
av.1..k...:..,. J .- a. e-1, .si...
m M. SW MM ISW
truss ta. utsw
WIIOLB NUMBER 157
rjISHOP & Go.
D A N K E n S ,
ItOHOLt'l.tT. It. L,
Iirr.tr,sni:.onlhe BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their asjetits In
.MHSSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD fc SONS, Und4n
Th. ORIENTAL HANK CORPORATION ol
London, and their Wanches In
And transact a ieneral Hanking IUilnK i
T0SI1PH U. WISEMAN
llomm 11, 11. I.,
itn.t 1. r.sr.i ti: nnour.n axii ;.M,vr.
Rents Ks.flis Cottaeee, lln.se.nnd S-llsaml lrvs?s
Real I. stale in all parti of the kinsulmt. Iimpl4ym.nl
round for tluwe srekiux work In '! ilia arH.iitlnhs
of husineaa ronneetetl witlilhe-n- IslarHls. IKal thwEil.
nieiilsdnlisn, Hills Collected, Ihwksand Auounlskept
jnd g maI nWir. wosklraiieaanl. l'Alronasgr,lie!led t
JrnniiiisstViiis itHHleratc. 14
f- W. MACI'ARLANIt & Co.
Cor. Fort nod QurrM Kr nrrre, HomiiUul',
IHartr UWl )
lilrs im (Vim.,,..).,,, .Mrrrhanlt.
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John Hay & Co.'a Liverpool Line of Parkcts
Tho Waikapit Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hilo
llakalau Pliiitallun, Hilo
Mlilees, lalt & Watson, Sn(r,ir Machinery
The Piittloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
ItirtiRTrn ANii Opai rn in
11 lass 11:1 nr., Mi:iiini:x sii.yr.it i-l.i-
Inl ll'iiic, llmrkrtt, I'anrn,
Kina's Cbmlihialioti Sctaclrs ami I'teglasses
L"lraj 'tr Ware, KlnryNup , Picture Frame., Pis
tols, UostrnholiuS Pocret Cutlery, Powder, bhot and
Aininunilkai, t.litls Sl tlnii, Mathim Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "Uoineslk" -aper Fashions.
Sole agent of the iiimersally aiknowhdcrd
Lliilit-Rnnnlne Domestic iirwlnir Machine,
No. 44 Tort stteet Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN lNVI.STMI.Nr ANI) AGKNCV
Coniy, (l.imitel )
On First -class securities, for long oe sholt periods.
Apply to V I. CKl.tPl, Manaterr ton.
Office ljuren Slreti, oer I! MaslaiUna ci Cu.-9tf
p A. SCHA'SFER-ft Co.
HoNutttLir, Hawaiian Ulani.
iMvourr.ns A.vit commissio.v .unit-
ILDER & Co.
Cur. Fort anu Qorkm Sm, Hokolvlii.
I. VMIir.lt, I'AIXTS, OILS, XAII.S,
ami llnll.llni Main lain of rrrru I.I ml.
rj P. ADAMS,
QuttEN STREKT, llllKOI.l'l.f,
A vcTioxr.r.iiA xit i:o ujustiox mr.n-
1 haul, 1
CASTLE & COOKE.
Nn. 80 Kino Street. HiiNnu.tr, It. I,
Slilfiilnu ami Conmilttloa Aterrhantt,
Importers and Dealers In
TTi Hit.ncoctft Cpn.mn" VUmUrr
'lheAIxamlTft lkddIn PbnUtir t",.
K. IbHfad, or Wrtialiu PLmtaiion.
A. II. Sinuli !i (jonmany, Kolm. Kauai
J. M. Ale.ltider, Haiku, Maui.
'Die Haiku Sugar Comjuny,
I1ie Kohal.i isiispir Couifuny.
The Union Insurance Company of San Prancltco.
The New England Llfa Insurance Co. of UoMon,
The BUke Maimfacturlujr Compsiiiy of Boston.
D. M. Weston' Patent Centrirnaal Macliliiet.
Tho New York and Honolulu. Packet Ll.ie.
The Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jnvnet & Son's Celehratfl Me-illrlt,.
Wilcox & Gibh's, Singer Manufactiitini' Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. , q
HE GERMANIA MARKET.
Il0K0LUt.lt, II. I.
Il'rf, Terif, .Halloa, U1111I1, Voullru
Constantly on hand, and of choneit m-ahly. Pork
h.iuvnie, IloloKiias nc,, alwaj-s on hind. Our meats
arc all cut ami put up in Kaucrn njle. All orders
faulifiillyaltendeillo, and delivered lu any siit of the
city. hln. . on Hotel Street, hrlwien Union and Fort
Slreelv 4Cni 0. RAUl'l', Prowietor,
Hie undersigned wulllil kj resivrtfully notify Ih.
pul he that he hTslmicht out Mr. Fyfe't ialrre-.l In Ih.
alkisenuiksl atul that helspicptiieiitufoiiirihiheheti
Pork, Veal rsnd
Tl" market alTouls, at the lowest rate.."
'$' ni.QRni: ouav.
Wholonnla nnil Rntull Grootsra.
Nu. 67 HoTri !irstTt
(CainJ File proof UuilJins)'
Frrth llmal i'onllaaallu nHllitMay'.
KLsrHl'ltullcr Always 011 fund.
TI10 Wind. or Rnatssurssut,
1 lrin reieully iluujfed lun.1.,
Now assumes the irvunsiUhy of saleriiiu for that
, Clean and Cosy Dlnlue HalL
'llw psiLHc lute already lhou slinss how they
apptesut. the good luu(s m lejiiia Irmly-1 lji.,1 Ufori
On. visit still .umc. 10 sImiw that Jir. McPamlUs. U
IherisM inaniiiili.tulit pUce, , . ;
Flrst-CUti Board by ih. Wcsk, "
Or Scial Arranetnctil.
OTICU OP I(l!MOVAL.
Tins Honolulu Cai-rl&K Ksstjosiltory,
Nos. jo and j Kiro Blunr,
lias Urn IttatOVKD to the UiUhiKs fotnieily'occu
pud by Ph. Sum as a enrrue simp, '
Xat, riH ami ISO furl Strtrt,
Opposite Pantheon yn)4s
Tnriwiiss.tt. liss.ypl T. I. IIKIKINH.
TNO. O. FOWLER Co.,
rs iiftiatnil la (urnltk I'luui isaiol ttlt.
imtlrt for Htttl
PORTABLE TRAMWAYS, .
With or itioM Ci. and laKtmsaisesi. StUlly
APAPTKD FOR SL'OAR rUNTAONra,
aes. aa.1 f jmmaidlvw l mm T.u-
Tl '"fr"! " wwnwtlws
l1ootsHi and Cukiswj Ma.rVtkwy,
U. Lihu. foraU puri.MM, V
f , r naisss ,. it lusts. "I
i. 1 ..- -. : - t ---, "-
vaiasaissMsS tsun inwlratkkc, H0U1
rrtl. bl Urf hlmttt nlttt aul ""' --
as tkf oaUu of ssv. itiln..nirl W. L. I
i ii- rr .
I G. W. M ACMULAME It CO., A
r t i
v I M.
m " jr k
aim x I .,
sHZL, . m
mm :, ix r- m
M. S, f MX
rm m v.
IsBBr w nattsM
f ., .2 mi-t