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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SHPTKMJ3ER 8, iSS .'
YoLUMK IV, NUMHISR 2.
Wiiolk Number 158
sax I'H.txa.ico i.rrrr.ii.
t'nlcss I am more constant, it will be
necessary to chance from "regular" to
"occasional" corrcsjKnulcnt; out press J
of matters lia crowded out any op
portunity .for anything like letter writ
ing. I'trhaiH you may have heard that
we intended having a conclave of
Knights Templar, but to have lieen
here and taken a hand in the festivities
would have given you a realizing sense
of what can Ik; done when a committee
persistently and practically puts its
hand in the xx:kct as ours has done
for the past ten days.
Over fifty thousand dollars was the
fund from which our committee had to
draW, and it is fair to say half as much
more was forwarded by visiting com
mandcrics, to defray their own indi
vidual cxenses. To all of which
must be added the daily expenditure
of, say, seventy-five to one hundred
thousand visitors from all parts of our
own state. So it will be seen that no
mean sum has changed hands during
this gorgeous occasion. '
Flowers, refrescments, fruits, drink
Abies and eatables of all kinds and de
scriptions, carriages, cars, boats,
theaters, halls, dances, (millions, all
free as air! No wonder the eastern
conunanderies looked on with wonder
and admiration, and have concluded
that California's hospitality was no
This vast concourse of jicoplc, com
posed largely of hard-headed, practical
business men, I lielicvc, has brought
lasting and immediate benefits to our
state. .Many investments oy visitors
have been made. Many return to their
1'omcs to rejoin and make their loca
tion here for the future. Our state,
climate and people have won for them
selves golden opinions.
Since last writing, the great event ol
the San Franciscan hour has been the
laying of the corner-stone of the Gar-,
field monument in Golden ('.ate Park,
on the 24th of August, an occasion at
which the Knights Templar formed the
chief attraction. The pageant was the
most imposing ever witnessed in San
Francisco. It had been preceded by a
parade of the Knights Templar, on the
Monday previous. Of the procession,
the Call says :
As it was the lamest one ever seen here, so
was it one of the best managotl. The route
uas m straight that tliere were hut few of the
pauses ami breaks usually seen in long lines ol
men; ami the Rood conditions of the streets
usuil over, enabled those in line to march
steadily, eiving the spectators pleasure in wit
ncsslnp the steady marching. The military
looked and marched well, and In numbers,
amounted to over twenty-five hundred. The
Knights Templar, though not so numerous as
on Monday last, presented the tame imposing
amicarance as on the d.vy of their own parade.
Their magnificent uniforms, the rich kinners,
th ) splendid appearance of the Kniuhts Tem
plar' themselves, together with their military
heating and tread, made them the feature of
the day. The I'ree Mason in their plainer
dress, with' their line maishalled will? less at
trillion to military precision than the Knights
Templar, made by no means the least notice
able Knlic)tt of the display. The Royal Arch
Masons and their brethern of the Scottish rite,
In their handsome regalia, contributed in no
t mall degree to the ap)carance of Ihc proces
sion. 1 he Cirand Army of the Republic had,
probably, the largest turnout of any of the di
visions. There were camps from many interior
towns, and veterans front the Hawaiian King
dom were there, all Ihc way from their island
home, to add their numbers to their brethern
on Ihc Pacific Const. The veterans have
reason to congratulate themselves on their ap
pearance. Most of them arc middle-aged,
many of them whileheadcil nud graybearded,
who have lost the elastic step they had when
they.wenl lo Kittle, but they marched sturdily
along yesterday, and marched with a steadi
ness that showed the discipline learned in
camp arul in the face of the foe hail not been
forgotten. The military, both regulars and
the .National Guard of California, were .well
The scene in Golden Gate l'ark was
extremely animated. There was never
before so large a number of people in
the park. All was orderly and good
management prevailed throughout.
flon. Horace Davis, Vice-President
of the Garfield Monument Association
of the Pacific Coast, made the address
of invitation to Mr. Clay V. Taylor,
Grand blaster of the California Ma
sons, who was to lay the corner-stone.
The erand master was assisted by
the senior grand warden, the junior
grand warden, the grand treasurer and
the grand secretary. A metallic box
was placed in the corner-stone, contain
ing the following articles:
A bilile, a San Francisco directory for iSSj,
the address of George It. Knight eulogizing
(the dead president, the appeal of the Garfield
Monument Association for subscriptions, copies
of ihr documents Issued by the committee On
aiiangniichts of the (iarfield obsequies, a copy
tif tin sulncription list, a copy of the ccre
tunnies of the Gland Lodge, I. and A. M.,
mi the occasion of the laying of the corner
stone of the monument, patH-u containing
accounts of the inauguration of President Gar
field, his assassination and death, a proof set
sVf all United Stairs coins of 1S83, bcaitng
ilhesUiupof the Philadelphia Mint, llie badges
of various commandcriei in attendance on trie
conclave, ihc eulogy of the deceased president
slrlivenxl I. James G. lllalnc lwforc congicss,
,1 photograph a'lu sketch of the drsiglier and
anUl ol the Garfield monument, programme
d( the recent banquet lo the Grand l.iicanui-
trirnt, puKxcdlngs of the Triennial Conclave
htlj In Chicago in 1SS0, Grand .Master Dean's
report to the Grand IJncamtmicnt, proceedings
01 tiist satanii ivHige. 01 vainornia, gnu many
other articles, including copies of Ihc San
Francisco tufs, giving an account of the
tiienntii Loncure ami aitciuuni ieiivuies.
On the box, which was copier, was
the following inscription;
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The stone was laid with full Masonic
ceremonies, after which the grand
orator of the Grand Lodge of Cali
fornia, Mr. Henry M Highton, delivered
an eloquent oration.
llcrgcr and his band can truly ex
claim: "We cftrne, we saw, we con
quered." If they did not carry off the
"cake," it wtis not that it did not
belong to them. Their reception on
every occasion has been enthusiastic,
their ability acknowledged on every
hand, their time fully occupied. If the
boys don't realize the length of. our
streets it will not Ire for want of travel,
and our cobbles are not quite as soft
to the feet as your inacadami.ed
avenues, as they can probably testify.
I was glad to sec so many familiar faces
in the band, and my thoughts went
hak to F.inma Square; aloha rising
naturally to my lips as I shook hands
with many of these musical students of
Director llerger, whose training now
bears satisfactory fruits. Long may he
and they wave, and theii shadows
never grow less.
The treaty ghost will not down; I
see, its head pops up in the most un
exjiccted places, and now comes forth
through the kindness of Doctor Tis
dale, of Kohala, from whose lips a per
sistent Chicago reporter has secured an
opinion which no doubt will have
weight, as coining from one who is in
the heat of battle, and should know
whereof he speaks; but as the Sugar
Commission have thoroughly ventilated
the subject, and have had ocular dem
onstration of the falsity of the charges,
it may not be necessary for any island
testimony to be added. The Chicago
dispatch is as follows:
Dr. I. I', Tisdalc. of Honolulu, is stormine
at the Tremon, House, with his family, and as
the doctor is largely intcsestcu in sugar culture,
owning several plantations in Ihc Hawaiian
Islands, 2. reporter called uin him to ask him
about the condition of the traffic, and what
grounds there were for the charge that C hinese
sugars were being imported free of duly via
Honolulu. Dr. Tisdalc said: "There is
absolutely nothing in the charge. It would
be ImtKXsiblc lo carrv such a scheme into exe
cution, for Iiesides the difficulty attending the
transfers of cargoes, the American Minister
and American Consul at Honolulu would have
to le brought up as well as the custom house
authorities at San I-'rancisco and Portland.
Orccon. Another iwint is that our whole
crop only amounts to alxmt sixty-four thousand
ions, w men is a mere uroii in uie suear market.
A commission has been out there to inquire
into the wnoic question, vviiat their rcK)rt
may be, I cannot predict. The present treaty
was for seven years, and then at the expiration
of one year from the end of the seventh il
could lie closed by eitlier party, the seven
years finished in September some time, and
there has beer) n great effort on this account to
produce as large a yield as iiossiblc. This
years crop mil, therefore, prolably reach
65,000 tons, and it will be the largest crop
ever made nelorc or nerealler, lor although
new lands are licing opened to culture, the old
lands are being rapidly exhausted. You will
lind mat the sugar yield ol the Hawaiian
Islands will never surtuss Ihc present fieurcs."
The doctor futhcr said that he thought the
present treaty would be modified. As it now-
stood, the sugar planters had Ihc lies! of h, for
tncir staple v."w admitted tree ol duty, while
there w'as a duty on many articles from the
United Slates. Universal reciprocity in trade
would be the fair thing and ought lo prevail,
arul he would lie willing to see it adopted.
Oceanic Steamship Company stock
should be looking up, if passenger lists
are any indication, and quick trips any
incentive, ludKini! Irom the initial per
formance of your Mariposa, which bids
fair to have a slight eclipse on the ad
vent of her sister, Alamcdx My I
how we apples will swim I With these
line .steamers exclusively for your
traffic, the new Kinau and Camilla for
iutcrisland trade, business will be
"Fostered," and "Wilder" projects
succcssiui man one would have anttci
patcd, and all on account of thereci-
procity 1 ct I question if that did
more than furnish the onportunitv.
which far-seeing men grasped and made
success. How true is the saying:
"There's nothing so successful as suc
cess." The Mariosa advertises excursion
rates, which will no doubt secure
additional travel, provided the price is
low enough, and iljt only has the effect
of reducing rates on P. M. S. S. Co.'s
steamers, it may he cheaper to travel
than stay at home.
Many of your residents are again
favoring us. Notably: 11. F. Holies
and Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, the
latter as entertaining as ever. H
preached the other day to an appreci
alivccuidicncc in Alameda.
llusiness which hail a ttmporary lull
for two days, when all stores were
closed, was not otherwise inactive, for
visiting Knights from the country im
proved the opjiottimity to order goods
m (erson, so that the rush has been
day and night, the former for business,
the lancer for recreation. Hut the crowd
has go')e as it came, in swarms. The
coming week, our streets will assume
their usual appearance, decorations
will lie taken down, arches dismantled,
anil our short-lived glory deiarted, to
allow us once more to race for the goal
of wealth or poverty but plenty of
continuous hard work in each event.
The season, I anticipate, will be
short this year, for indications of early
rains are daily seen. Farmers arc
making prejiaraiions in view of this. As
we approach September, rain is exacted
in light showers, which may do no
positive damage, and to our dusty
streets would Ive a great relief.
Our papers ate exercised over two,
topics Just now, which they find time
to talk about, even when but little
other than conclave is thought of. I
refer to the cholera and eastern de
cisions on the Chinese immigrants.
With some, the saying would be;
"How happy would I be with either,
were other dear charmer away." Many
fear the Chinese as they do the other
scourge. One thing is sure, before the
restriction act will "hold water," more
legislation will be necessary. To nullify
all now, would be nothing indeed ; but
while the Chinese arc being passed in
and out of llritish Columbia by scores,
and our supreme courts deciding in
their favor, the c)ance for exclusion is
very' lim. I cannot suUcribe in tolo
lo.th'u hue and cry of ruin to our coun
to by the Chins; but I do sav that.
I as long as we haye a Uw regulating the
mttvi, iv 1 uj rsavc vtuc ru suck uoyoiKI
.Cholera, wbkfc h ruirioOkal jn Us
ntkations, is m rtWtor of pro;w,
m4 cm hV he MMi bjM) oatc
and cleanliness. If this disease must
attack any country, its attentions might
as well be expended in Turkey as any
where H its people pay the debt or
nature, certainly they will never be able
to jay any other debt.
Our Markui-strcct cable-road was
finished in time for accommodating, in
some degicc, the conclave comers go
ing through this great avenue, and
though many detentions were caused
by the inexperience of brakemen and
length of cable, the road may be called
a success, the cars going every two
minutes, crowded to the utmost capa
city, many persons hanging on at every
available projection. These cars are
not separatee! as our other cable lines
are, but dummy and car are one piece,
which necessitates a turn table at the
ferry, turned by the same power as the
cable. To run successfully through
Market street and connections, a cable
of this unusual length is quile a feat ;
but, with all the other car routes cioss
ing and switching, accidents are un
avoidable, though every precaution is
observed, and railings around the new
cars within three inches of the ground
would seem to render casualties un
necessary. Hut, so long as " smart
Alecks" will jump on and off with
stupid thoughtlessness and worse clum
siness, just so long will the maimed en
joy the fruits of their precipitation, and
the railroad receive the blame
All the (last week, seven ferry boats
have not been equal to the demand for
crossing between Oakland, Alameda
and this city ; though running every
hall-hour to each place, in such times
as to average fifteen minutes interval.
Trains to San Jose had as many as
thirty cars in one line with two engines
for propelling power. Passenger lists
of arrivals by rail from interior, have
made a solid column in the daily prints
each morning. Hotels, boarding
houses and private dwellings have been
pressed for accommodation, as many as
twentv-fivc hundred being housed at
the Palace in comfort probably the
first time this great caravansary has
been filledto its utmost capacity.
Many occupied their cars at Oakland
point, sleeping and eating there in
comparative case. Certainly our little
village was full.
In view of all the foregoing, what
wonder is it that social news is crowded
out for the more engrossing "Tri
ennial." Our theaters have done a
grand business, "all full." And yet,
in all this hilarity and wholesale spread
of eatables and drinkables, I have yet
to chronicle one drunk on the public
streets, or any ease of disorder. To
our credit be this said, and while the
policeman's lot is not usually a happy
one, in this instance, his position has
been a sinecure. Yours,
San Francisco, August 26, 1883.
i..itk roi:i:i(ix VKir.v.
Vesuvius has been remarkably active
A recent insurrection in Spain has
The Salvation Army is preparing to
march on Koine.
There arc now twenty miles of cable
roads in Chicago.
There have been heavy stock failures
in New York recently.
There is a building boom all over
the United States.
Haron Nordenskjold is exploring the
interior of preenland.
The " False Prophet " is trying to
iiiluc reueiuou in l-gypt. -
It costs a million dollars a year to
sweep the Paris streets.
A Jew has for the first time gained a
Hebrew scholarship in Oxford.
Canadian cattle are suffering from
the foot and,niouth disease
A local option law has been passed
by the Cieorgia legislature.
Sara Hernhardt's Parisian theatrical
ventures have both been failures.
Destructive forest fires raged in
Maine and Massachusetts last month.
Ladies in California arc interesting
themselves extensively in silk culture
The International Hlectric Exhibition
o(icned in Vienna on the 16th ultimo.
The presidential party has been
having "a splendid time" in Yoming.
In England, gas engines are taking
the place of steam engines for light
Vanderhilt is said to haye given
$300,000 in charity during the past
The Mexican1 Central Railroad lacks
only about six hundred miles of com
pletion. Haitian was recently defeated in a
boat-race on Fall River, Massachusetts,
by Teenier. '
The anti-pigeon shooting bill has
passed the English House of Com
mons. Etigland projioses to reduce her na
tional debt $900,000,000 in twenty
The demand for silver dollars was
greater in the United States last month
than ever before.
It is said that eold in naviiu ottan-
tities has been discovered in the State
Turkey is going to send an embas
sador to Washington to try and nego
tiate a commercial treaty.
One of the New York (u(crs asserts
that the llrooklyn bridge is not as yet
a laying investment.
II, R U, S. Mutine was at Victoria,
llritish Columbia, on the 17th ultimo.
The admiral had been to Sitka.
A wstal telegraph comiuny is being
formed in New York, of which the
"Honanza" .Mackcy is the director,
) Kear-Admiral Caliber has been pp
yoiMeil to succeed Admjral HWr as
vuawnmtsAtii. us inv ricivcn Uj VtyX
It having been reported in Washing
ton that ex-Senator Sargent intended
to resign the Ilcrlin mission, that offi
cial denies the rumor.
They are talking about licensing
gambling in San F'rancisco, and the re
spectable portion of the press is getting
ready to light against jt.
A commercial treaty just made be
tween Cicrmany and Mexico, secures to
the former country all jhe privileges of
the most favored nation.
Recent decisions make it extremely
improbable that Chinese cheap labor
can be kept out of the United Stales
without turther legislation.
Senator Edmunds, of Vermont,, and
E. H. Washburn, of Illinois, are spoken
of as Republican candidates for presi
dent and vice-president.
It is said if the llritish troops should
be withdrawn from Egypt, no EuiOpcnn
family would remain in the country a
week after their departure.
A strong (low of illuminating gas has
been obtained from a newly-bored ar
tesian well on the ' farm of Cutler
Salmon, seven miles from Stockton. .
Alexander S: Taussig, Chicago sugar
refiners, who did a business of $1,000,
000 a year, have failed. The failtne
was occasioned by a decline in prices.
The total exports from the United
States to South America during the
last fiscal year were $23,808,000, as
against $46,829,000 from France, and
$80,596,000 from England.
Thousands of -Eastern, English, and
Continental tourists have, passed
through Chicago this year, en route
for the Yellowstone Valley, the grand
canyon of the Colorado and other
William Chambers, the Edinburgh
publisher, left $too,ooo for the restora
tion of St. Giles, the old rlinn-li in lint
city, famous from its association with
important events' in Scottish church
The Italian Government has nnr.
anccs from official sources 'from Amer
ica that on the rcasscmhlimr nf mn.
grcss next winter, the abolition of the
protective uuty on works oi art will he
The German Government lm srnt n
scientific expedition to Egypt to ex
amine into tne origin, nature and cause
of the cholera now prevailing there,
and to ascertain the best measures to
prevent the spread of the disease.
Tricon, French minister at Peking,
has left that citv for Shnnrdini iVviritirr
expulsion on news of the French bom-
uarument 01 Hue A later dispatch
says that Hue, the cajlttal of Anam, is
in possession of the French. I
The treasury statements lltows that
as the result of the extensivfo criminal
prosecution of opium smugglers at San
Francisco, at the 'instigation of the
government, the receipts from opium
duties have increased $1,000,000
during the past fiscal year.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has
declined to issue a dispensation releas
ing a young girl of fifteen fiom her
vows to the Anglican Sisterhood, on
the ground that if he took upon him
self to cancel the obligation, he would
be thereby recognizing its force.
Tussig & Hammersing, New York
syrup manufacturers, have failed. The
failure was caused by indorsing for
Alexander & Taussig, of Chicago,
against whom a judgment in favor of
the I'irsi National Hank has been con
firmed. The liabilities of Taussig &
Hammersing are $135,000; assets not
The San Francisco Bulletin of the
18th ultimo said: "El wood E. Thome,
President of the United States Postal
Conference, held in New York City
some timeago, Past Grand Master of
Masons in New York State, and Past
Commander of Palestine Commandcry,
No. 18, New York City, is stopping at
The civil service examination for ad
mission to the San Francisco Custom
House department began in San Fran
cisco on the 13th ultimo. The examin
ations were in the following subjects;
First, orthography, penmanship and
copying. Second, arithmetic, funda
mental rules, fractions and percentage.
Third, interest, discount, and elements
of book-keeping and accounts. Fourth,
elements of the English language,
letter writing,- and the proper construc
tion of sentences. Fifth, elements of
the geography, history and government
of the United States.
Edwin Enatilt, a French author, is
dead, aged 66.
Charles Dallas, a pioneer of Stockton,
California, died in that city on the 18th
Captain W. II. JollifTc, the oldest
pilot in San Francisco harbor, died on
the 2 tst ultima
Ex-Major V. J. Howell, of the United
States army, was drowned in Baltimore
harbor on the 20th ultimo.
The wife of United States Senator
Allison, of Iowa, committed suicide in
Dubuque, Iowa, on the 12th ultima
Jeremiah Black, one of the most
famous of American lawyers, died at
York, Pcnnsvlvania.onthc 19th ultimo.
James Brown, one of the most prom
inent negroes in California, died in
San Francisco on the 2.1th ultimo,
Nicholas Skcrctt, a California pioneer,
was mysteriously killed in his own
house, in San Francisco, on the 16th
A, M, Winn, first mayor of Sacra
mento, a prominent lecturer on labor
topics, died in Sacramento on the 26th
ultimo, aged 73.
The Count de Chamtiord, head of
m; rrencu Legitimists, used on the 34th
ultima mi death unites the tw
branches of the Bourbon wuty in t
Count tic fecX
IJi'ofccsioniil Ota vug.
SMITH & THURSTON, l W. 0. Smith,
1 1. A, 'lilt itstoN
Attarnrii nt fir,
No. jS Mmcma.nt Strskt Uowu.eu
AJiylLLIAM O. SMITH ft Co.,
f I. A. TnmtsTnir, I
1 W. O. Smith. f
Stork mi. Itrul i:ltilr Iroi, ,,
Nis 8 .Mkximht Slum Uonni.ui.li
(A'.iiV,W In IS&.)
Sugar I'Uiit.illcKi, Usllra.!, IVIipliop ami Mhrr Cor
inratitn Stocks, ItonJ mxl similar SkuiIiIm
HormiiT and Soin o cummimiim,
Mftney Iioftned on Siisrlc Swii!f.
O B- DOLE,
Unmurlnr nt .,,. ,n,,( Xl,irn I'lil.llr,
' i '(K I'okt anIs MmrciiANT Stkfkts, Honolulu
pt-AREHCE VV. AStlFOKD,
.ttlnrtiijl, Snllettor, 1.1 r.,
No. 15 Kaaiiumani; Srm.iT Honolulu
AJIT R. CASTLE,
Allnrnrii hi i.nw iiml .Vonr I'ul-tlr.
Attends nil llif Courts of lilt Kingdom. 1
Altiitiirfi itml Jnitnii'ltir nt Isnr,
16 F.ikt Stsclt Honolulu
q G. TUCKER, M. D.,
(Recently of Oakland, California,)
has npRNnn'AN orriCK
At No. 17, Emma Street", Ilonolnln, H. I.
0p&ioMle Kmma Square.
Office 1 lours From 1 lo 3, ami' from 6 to S r, si.
telephone for Office and Kesidence, No. sio.
T-RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Ain-frmis 11111 lliiiiiii)inililr I'liiinlrlmm.
Office coknsr Port anu- IIkrktania Srs..
Office Hours-UmiloA. si.,andfrom i-3and6:jo-8 r.st.
TN0. S. McGREW, M. D.
riiialrhtii mill Siirfirnn,
Hotfl Stkfkt Hktuef.n Fort and AlakkA
officii hours !
From 7 10 10 a. m.; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p. m.
6-'f Telephone No 5
1ST B. EMERSON, M. D.
Vfiinlelitti itml Sarirnn.
Honolulu u, j
Telephone Nusiiikr 149.
Office hours from V.i to loJ4 a. m.; 1 L t0 3LC ,,. m.
Office and Kesidence, No. 2 Kukui street, corner Fori
"reel. . 51
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Jicntnl Itnonm nil I'lirt Strrct,
Office in Brewer's Block-, corner Hole anU l'oit
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
CARAH E. PIERCE M. D., ,
tll'tillr' unit Clill.hr)' ri, J, Irli, , 1,
Of'icb anii Hesidknck No. j School Srnnrrr,
(Between Fort and I!mma).
Office Hours 10.30 lo 11.30 a. si., ami 1.3a 10 3.30
F. si. Telephone, No. sCi, tS3-3m
II7-ILLIAM B. MCALLISTER.
FRMSIANFNTLV LOCATFU IN HONOLULU.
Office, comer Hotel and Alakra streets, opposite the
V. M. C. A. Buildins.
Particular altenllon paid 10 restoration gold fillings.
Kl ing on goad work at reasonable clurees touain
lconlideuce of the public. 115-611
A G. ULLIS, .
No. 71 iji-iem STrnckT Honolulu
.V ember oflhe Honolulu Slock, ami Bond F.Khanue.
Is prepared 10 buy and sell Stocks and Bonds in the
open inarLel, al the usual re of commission.
lias money 10 Uin on Slocks. Small marsine re
quired on I imc Comratls.
Will adsise as lo Investments when requested.
J O. HALL & SON.....' (Limited)
IMPORTERS ANU HEALLKS ll
fillfir,i-r iimf nrnriill Jlrrrliimilltf,
Corner of Kino anii Fort Strkkts, Honolulu
JVillum V. Hall IV.i.t.r.t and Manager
'"C. Abies... Secretary and Treasurer
I'. C. Jones, Jr. ....... . Auditor
Illrerlort-L. O. Hall. Geurje F Howe. iji
T D. RAMSAY,
tlrnrrnl Onirrr ami i'roi'fafmi Drain;
No. 67 Hotel Stefst, Honolulu.
Goods deli, eleil la rti.tomriV r.i.ln. rva f
flf-'Ve. Jus! rcceised, es Uleanilals, a fresh line of
Willie -stiiNTtics. in oruers njieu Willi promptness.
Iund orders solicited. iss-jm
O M. CARTER,
.tqriit lo fnfcc Arklioiilrilrjniriiti In Von.
trnctm lo iMltor.
Honolulu, IUwaiian Iilaxi.
Office ai Pacific Mail SieamsMn Hock, FpUnade, is
CoMMluloHrr of Utnlt
For the State of CaUficnia, for F, Hawaii Islands,
and (.ensral Agent lor the I'ao'fic Jluiual Life In-
uimn.ms ww.ll)n, VI SUUOTlll.
' TNO. A. IIASS1NGRR,
ilUrnl lo ttlke Arknoirlrtlfjmcntn lo Con.
Interior Office -Honolulu
JOHN II. PATY,
Xalnri I'ul.lh' mill ViiiiiiiiImmIoii ,, limit.
For the Sules of California and New V01V. OAVr
at llx LLsr.lt or llisbop & Co. '
lloxoiviv, Oaiil, II. I, 1
P T. LRNBHAN & Co.
uiixirVrrs and CoiHtiiUilon JfrrrAimf.
. Nii'Ahv Steeet, Honolulu.
f YCAN & JOHNSON,
ImimitrrSnml Itrulrri In nil A ! of
Jlusfe llon.lt, linicy llootlt,
Nut. ioj ANa 10; Fort Sum.- .. IIonoillc
Fumilute, Chairs, Srwiuf- Mu hints. Mirrors and
Mirror FUlrs, I'itluir Frames in. I Curpkes nudr lo
owr. 1 it- r
C BREWER COMPANY.
llcurrul MrmiHltl ami VootmhtUi) Ayr hIi
Cltisx Street, Honoiiiu.
0Keer. I C. Joisct, Jr., peeti-km am) managers
. w. uw,. ireaMwvs aM setresars. I'MetfSofSl
loss. Clulrs K. llivLaud ILA. K Carter; Usury
May. au.hu. Ila
Ms tktrftnUr, tifxtrjimtrtr sum CbissMrr
hrnlrr hi Cholrrtl llrrf, V nil, Million, V.lr,
No. 6 liuKitr Street, Fish Market.
Family ami Shipping orders rsiefully attended to.
Lire Mock fttrmshed 10 Vessels at short notices
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
TrtFFIIONE No. 119.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Imporlrrt mitt II Imlrntilr Drtitrri In (Irn-
Makek's Block QuernSireet, Honolulu
JUI S. GHINUAUM ft Co.
Voiiniiillnii iiml fmmli.ii Mrrrhnnln,
M California St., San Francisco.
oietiai utilities lor an.i isiiticutar attention luid to
OMi'ignmenlsof Island produce. ,
llitr!,niit.rr, .Irnrlti; lliifiinrrr, unit
No. 111 Fort Strfbt Honoluiu
All orders faithfully executed. 3s
T AWRENCE It I'REETH,
Flans and F.Mimates furnisheil for Wnrk f r..,i.
structioii, Ctsil Fnineeiinr and Surveying. Office,
comer of HaL-katiwita and Kilauea streets, next door
to VVidemann'i brick warehousi:.
I'. O. Ilos loi. i6-ly
Unnt unit Shortnttker.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. ru Fort St., opfositk PantiifoN Staples.
OLLtSTER & Co.,
Il'linlrnille mill llrlnll Itmn-yUU anil To
Ititrronlntii. No. 5 Nuuanu Strfkt Honolulu
fiiirltrnl Vluuilirm, Ohm flllrn mill, Coji
Jirriiiilllin. No. iB Nuuanu Strkkt Honolulu
Particular attention aid lo the littinff up of "the
Springfield Gas Machine. ,
P H. OEDING,
llrpmi iiml Drnunutn,
Freight, Packages, and BiRijaKe delivered lo and from
all partsof Honolulu and siiinily. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS F.XPUF.SSLV FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 80 ; Kesidence 733 Punchbowl street.
Office. 86 King Street. 106 11
PHILLIPS & Co.
Imiiorli-rn 11 ml iriiolmiilr Itr.ilrm In Ctolli-
Inu, llnuln. Short, Hutu, .Urn' '-
nthllif tiliotl, t'ttnry looiltfj'jr.
No. 11 Kaaiii'sianu Street Honoluiu
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Xnliiri l'libllr, A iiml lo Inkr Arkiiolritfj-
mriilt hi ..I .or Cnnlrnrl, nnil
llrtirrul llntlm' Airnl.
Office in Makee's Block, al corner Queen and Kaahu-
nuiiu streets, Honolulu. a-i-
O J. LEVEY,ft CO., '
It'lmlrtiilr iiml llrlnll Ororrr,
Fort Stherx Honolulu
Fresh proreiies and prosisions of all kinds on hand ami
receiied remilatly from Europe and America which
will t sold at the lowest mail.! i-Atk.
Goods delivered to any iar of the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will 1
given to the same. , tta.iy '
ONG LEONG ft CO.,
Aiirntit for Jlomiill Siiiur, I'ntnnia Itlcr
And Kailua Kice I'hnlalion and Mill.
Nuuanu Strlkt Corner Marine
THEO. H.'DAVIES ft Co.,
(Late anion, Green & Co.)
Inifnilrr mill Vonimlitlon Jlrirhilnt.
Lloyd's and the LUerpool Underwriters,
lliitislrand Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assuran-e Company. 1
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
IsiKJRTRHSANI) DEALERS IN'
Hoofs, Shor, rilfiilh)i,u (Inmti, Hal,,
t'i. Trunk,. I'nlltr, '
Perfumery ami Stslps, WUlhaln Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
Corner Fort anii Msrciiant Streets, Honolulu
-s R. WILLIAMS,
Illl'OKTER ANU DhALKR IN
I'liriillurr of Krrru llrtrrlfjlon. i;o
I'jiliolttrrrr mill Milnufnrturrr,
Furniture Warerooms Na ioq Fort Street. WrilL.
sliop at old stand 011 Hotel buret. All otders pruui4ly
attended ta ,s
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE.
tmiiorlrr mill lirnlrr' In (Irnrnil Mrr-
Qufen Street Honolulu
P I. NICHOLS,
CCilr Knilntrr mtil Conlnrlar for Ihr Con
ulrurltou of Itiillromlm,
Mills, tendinis, Iron, Wtuslen and Comlunation
Brilges, Viaducts and Supension Bridges'1"'
for Cane Flumes.
N0104L; Fort Street Honolulu
MRS. LEON IlcJEAN Proprietress
NusitERb4 HolEL Street.
.Ifrttfa Srrenl ill All Hour of Hi liny.
Special terms fur remiljr luir.lrrs. The nttlv ,,;,.
U t-rivaie ttum In town fur Ladies.
JJ HACKFBLD A Co.
iSrnrrol CoiumUtloit Aural.
pD. IIOFPSCHLAEGER ft Co.
hnfortm iiml Vumnilttloi, Mrrthiinl.
IIorolulu. Osiiu. It. I..
T HOPP ft Co., 74 King strrrt.
fninarlcr ami Miinu'urlurrrt of Krrrn
Drtrrlfllnn of fiirnllurr.
Tutiie Lsuirs: -Tiiir.Uilngi, Tassels, Clou.. S.lk
Cord in esery sliaJe-l-ail iscts irstuiied,
ooviled, utfded and toad eual la
MS, aUtlrcSMcs rf-tad and
clsuried at hn
U' are noltj foi firrt-ciast wotk and mclrrale
1 lanes. - m)
lon'orlrrt ami Itmlera In Murdtmrr, L"l
Palais and 04s, and Ccnrial MerskandUr.
Na jj Fair Srssrr Howiulu
A W. PEIRCE ft Co,
Mfsi ClkMiiHrrt muj CmmmlttUm Mr
tni)iortrrt nf tlriiinl MrrrhnmUtr from
I'rnnrr, I'.niilmiil, llrrmmiy 11 ml
llir Vnllnl Slnte.
No. tj Merchant Strsit . Honolulu
i6anoi8Californis SfRtRT San Francisco,
Particultr Allention li.ii.1 In filling atul .hi.n. t..
laud orders. f
WILLIAMS & Co,
ioj anu 104 Font Si-ufft l(tNot.nt.t'
l'icttirevvof all iM amt kirn! 4 m.i.! Id imiUp. mvl
tfnrt of nil dt))l.aii'4 conuflnll-j on .ikI, Alio
Corals She Hi nnU Ctuimiitn nf lli Vo-fific. t
A LLHN & KOniNSON,
)i. !. ht t.ttmherttttrf ' JVhiN f ttuttit-
IU(t Mittrthttm, IriMfi, (.?, tilht r.,
HuNoU'it', 11. I.,
AGKNK OK VKiH.NKX
HaleakaU, Ktilainami, Kekauluohl. Miry Ellen,
UilAma, pAtinhl aiul Leahl.
At KoUitwn'i Wharf. i
T YONS & LHVHY, !
Aurtlvitrrrit tintt lUtmttitinton Merchant,
Ubavph Ulock, (urH SruituT, HoNOt.UtU.
Saleiuf Furnilurr, Sttxls, kral 1. state ami General
MerthanJioe M-oinrth' altrmletl to, Sol'1 aeenU for
Anirricati and Kiirupeaii mercliaiiJite. f J, LdN!t
i"-vr ( U J. i.hVKV.
CD, C. ROWU,
Htm il tut .SH lnhitrrf
Tapkr llANCIslt. etc.
No. 107 King Street JIoNouutU
ii Kino St knit Honolulu
Imwjrter of A men can IewsJr of everv devrrin.
tion, (Komtetly ol San IVanclscti, Califuniia.) 50
T EWERS &. COOKE.
(Successors to Lkhkr& Dickrov,)
IH)ortrvi nuil Jtralor ht Lumber mttl till
.J... of llitllili(f Mtitrrhtt.
Fort Sthekt .Honolulu
JWT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
leather, llhtrxp Tit'tow ami l't,mmlhiH
Arc nt 1 for the Royal Su.ip Comiany,
No, 4 QuikN SfRFKT Honolulu
Jltarlmmtth, Mitcfilnht, Cttvrltttfr Work,
Honolulu.. .f U,
rianiat.cn M.ic1iinen. etc. Shoo on Kinir Street.
next to Ca4le it CooWe ,
Tn, CtlMrr Hurt SUvri fron H'orA-rr,
Mow tt nit JttniofM,
of all Ictndtf, l'liimucrs' jiock ana ineuN, hotite furiiiili-
tiiif ttoihit; tnojiuelicrv, uiiiin, etc,
No, 8 KaAmvmanu SrttFKT Honolulu
M. OAT & ?H
Stithnakrr, -'.if of tilt Jrertptton
tmnlc aiul $'rimirnlt
Honoluiu It. I
Loft In A. F. Cooler's new fireproof hutMIng, foot ol
Nuuanu Street 3
rfirie-t-r Strum VUtty -Uftiit.'iirory, unif
Honolulu .11. I.
I'rartical Confectioner, liMry Cook and lUker.
Number 71 Hotel ureel, lelwrei. Foit and Nuuanu
street ft. a
p ENGLING & Co.,
Tlnattttth ami VlumUrrmt Jiratrr in
Storrtf ItauyrH. Tin,
No. 5 Kluanu SrkKUT Honolulu
T W. GIRVIN
L'oiamtMton Merchant amt t rut-rut lirnlnr
4n lrt UuMln,
Wailuku, Maim.,! . II. 1
Groceries, Hardware. StJttiier)'a Patent Medicine,
Perfumery and (llaMware. 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Strum t-Uiatnm, llnttrr, Suyur Jtitlh,
Cooler, iron, lira ami Lvutt Vnkttnyt
MaitiiiKry of every dcuti4iuti nude lo order.
PaitkuLdir uttentlun tiald lu Shin' IsLicVfcniitliiriL?.
Job work executed on lh fttottet notice. 10
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FORSKTTIKO IN ItRICK.
No. 5 NuvANuSTnithT Honolulu
Sole agent for thew UlainJ '11t t tooling pif
' paratuh isHiiiv rianiaiion, iutior ranniy.
RANGES ii F1XTURLS such at
Hot Water itoitert,
Urate Hurt, Ktc,
F.kvkU direction for iitlitiL up accom tun y very
Cimtfan mJ frim on apfHcaihn t?3qr
npilOS. G. THRUM,
Imkirtinq ANII MANUrACTUniNG
Stationer, AVif tueut, IV("'t Hook
Afft tHiUidirr of itw HAtt'ktMV PfciM.iJ fauuii-
a t ttmJ AhihI Msriclunt Urtet, Uni
rr in Firw Sutbiwry, lki, Mutk, IJu aiul lUncy
Good, k'tMl Mreel, ixar 1Ut, iu,fulu.
A S. CLEGHORN & Cu.
importer ami Dealer tit ileneral Jfrr-
Corner Queen and Kajlturruiui Si reel t, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
AA'ji CliiiHillrrt nnil CoihiiiImmIou Mrrrhunlt
Qissn Sirhet- ll'ii.'ll'lf, II. I.,
mirters and lWalrfs in General Mettlundis, i
1ST F. BURGESS,
Vurintrr nnil llHll.Irr,
Alt ktials cf yAAAnf fironilAlir attended las
Telct4iun No. iyr, WtMssttisunV I'ssess Oflis.
Sour, Nu, l KlNq tllkEET IIONOLSILV
I AINB Co.
liiisirLrs and dtr in liar, (Iraia er4 Oruersl
llowjitll)..., ,. . ,
U K. UclNTYRB BROTHER.
Uivtrry ami t'ml Slorr,
CtHf, KlMtAEOl'oRrfS m .. , il'MulMU
(iunfttsir t'Jr MiHufnrlart
Ri. ij puts JsstssskT ... .
aU. IsssscRWiaAats 1... it lW - "-.-
P A. SCIIABI'BR A Co.
Immricr mul Coimiilitton Mrrrlmnln,
Merchant Strrrt Honolulu
ll.DEK ft Co.
I.umlirr, Vnhil,,nllt, Xnll,, mul llull.lh,,,
Mntrrliil of rrrry klnil.
CbR. Fort ami Queen Srs Honolulu
tj P. ADAMS,
Anrllonrrr nnil Cnmmtttlni Mrrrliunl,
. . . . I lilNOLUttl
DISIIOP ft Co.
Merchant Strfrt ,,
. ..Honolulu, II. 1
Draw llstlianee on s
Till". HANK OF CALIFORNIA, Ran Francisco,
...... .wisis, isjriits,
Messrs, M. XI. I10THSCIIH.11 A JiONS, IarrIwi.
HieORIKNI'AI. HANK CorporallanTof lindoiL
And their Itrancties In
IIONRKONC, SVUNCVand MKI.1101IRNI:,
7'tiiiiiail a Gentr.it JljuUng Huiiit'it.
RS. A. M. MBLUS,
r.itfiloiiitblr Ihr, ami Clonk Mnkrr.
No. tot FlIRTSrREKT ......tlloNOLl'LU
M. O. IRWIN ft Co.
.Vi((r I'nrlnr nnil Cnniinlttlori'Autnl.
-CLAUSsrRRCKELS. SVSI. Q.'IRWIN.
TOSEPH R. WISEMAN
ifrtll I'.tlntr lliltkrr nnil l.'iil;.lii;,iirn(
Merchant Street Uonolui.u.-H, I
Rents Rnnnis, Omagrs, I louses, and sells and leases
Ileal Hstata ill all iMlrlS llfllie KfttVllnm l-,nnl..v,.,.it
fotllid for tliosff St'etinir wotL in all the S3r,ni,t.rart.
of business tonneurd with these Islands. I.e(-al docil
ments drawn, Hills Collrtted, lluoks and AcroumsVepi
and Ueueral oflit;e worLlrans.icte.1. I..lm,iif,a.,l!f.timl
anminissions inudernte, si
MACPARLANli ft Co.
Iinmilci nnil Criniiilttlnii Mrirlitinl.
Cor. Fort and Qufen Streets. ..1; Honolulu
The Glasgow nnd Honolulu Line of I'licktls.
John llay & Co.'s l.lverwol Line of I'acUts.
'I he 'ikaiu I'lanttion.
'I he Sjienrer I'lantation, Hilo.
HakaUii I'Untalion, llilo.
Mirlees, Tail k. Vais,)it, Supar Comtsniy.
The I'mitoa Sliee. Ranch Coinany.
Jmiiorlrr nnil Itrnlrr In (lltiatirnrr,
Jlrrttlrn Stlrrr-l'liitrtt H'lfrr,
No. 4i Fort Street Honolulu
Kines CiAnhinalitm Kclacl.l and EsrKlatses,
l.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy ,Soji, Icture Frames, I'is.
tols, Wosienhslnt's I'ockri Cutlery, Powder, .Shot and
Ammuniil.iii, Claik'i Kpoul Cotton, Xtailiim Otl, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Ftier Fashions.
Me ngelit of "lie tinisrrsally ucknovledfeil l.lli.
Ht'nniits Duineslic Sewing Machine.
Th WimlKnr Roatanrant,
Having recently changed funds,
Now assumes the respumibility of caleriniE for that
Clean and Cosy Dining; Hall.
'Hie liulilic have already shown siciis r.f hnw ih..
atipreciate the good tilings so leinptitii;!)- L-Uced hefoi.
One visit will suffice to show that Mr. Mrrn,tt. I.
the right man in the right place.
Flrst.Class Board by the Week,
Or Siiecial Anaiigeuient,
ENNEDY ft Co.,
Wholemtle isiitl Retail Grocer,
No. 6; llorEL Street,
(Campbell Fire-proof Hull, ling.)
I rmh llooilt CuntlnuiiUi on thnWny.
Iiland Duller always on hand.
TuLti honk No. 140. 1 js if
Honoiiuv, II. I.
ttrrf, I'rul, Mutton, Ijiinb, Voullry
Constantly on luo.1, and of iIio'kcsI ipiali'ly. J'otk
Saiisaires. uolomias. eit. aluavt rm h.tut nn,n,..i.
atf all cm and put up in F.astein sltU. All orders
laitniullr alleiklrU to, ami delivered In any pall of ill.
j1i.. CI.. ....... II..1.1 1..... i. .. t f -.
,j. hp vn muiti cwcri, iiwccil IJIIrOn aiKI fOrt
aiwii. tsjo-oni) u. KAqrr. rmpnetor.
"llie undersigned wi,ulj most icsnectfully notify U
punnc mai im ins ouogiu out sir. t its. iKrtesi In ih.
alsjyc nutkel and llial tie isplepalsil lofulnltli Im best
Pork, VmI ui
TTie k'aikrt affutds, al th. lowest rales.
I5 GF.OKaK ORAY.
NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
.Ire )rriimllo furnltli flu 1,1 unit Kill
mnlrt fur Mtrrl
Willi or wild-Hit (,'ars and laiconulves, KpMtallr
ADAI'IFI) FOR SIJIMR 'lwNirTIONS.
I'ermanrnt Ksilways, and Immunol Iv.s and ttri, Trao
tion Elijtincf and Road Luunikjivu.-irAiM.m
1'lougl.mr and Cullival'uig Xlaridisrry, fori.
LI tngines for all purpusM, Wlndsas
KriEiiwa or inclines. "i 4
Catalogues Uli lllustrailoui. MirJsIs smI Photo
graplis ol ll sl.it. I'lanlt and Xlarhinerr'nuy W sts
si lU Dtnre, 0 1 he undirsign.4. W. U UHrfliN jhI
(J. W, .MACI'AKMNEtt CU.AsMW TrW
isr m vw.
I -na ILK S V.UUF.B, , Ji.,
'ASTLE ft COOKB,
XMi'sWhi ami CmmmUtloH MtrtknH,
No, to Kino Street . . ...,H
lUrORTEM ARU HEALERS IM
IV Hailwk & Csabuuur's PIsmmsms.
Il AUUUJ.S . HJd.U llALSttMir
K. IlildtaJ, u W.I.Iji rVoLasis.
n. II. MUMS, RS SMR.
J. M. AUMawlsr,
'I U Kalaaald W
MasMkiM HEr' - ' 't
" '- eVA1L1wJ
IsaTkW. ' j,.
IW HUa MuiisiABIKK9Prr
. . I tm K.sr Vuk and fumBHFv. M-
1 "..I'ltaMVlslunlN Lsur. HmtmmmmWtmmtlmm.
-.-.. 'magm&iBBg2m awSE: w
h ,-is I
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