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8 ATURD ATsdrRE S S.
VohUMK IV, NUMllliR 7.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOJiKR 13, 1883.
WllOI.Il NUAIHBR 163
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IlKUIXHVHM'i: III' IIOMII.I'IA',
flic fnnrv lull itlvcn by Mr. Wyllic
on tlic cNcninR of November 38, iHfio,
ih tlie first ever given in Honolulu
thai vvn worthy of the nnino. Tlic
l.irj'c bftll of the Mipreinc court wn
lAU-fully (lerrrralcd with flowcri nml
cMTKreciw At tlic upper end was a
Inn lor tilt: Vmg mid queen, in vlmh
tin. IfntvttH.iit. French nml ICimHsh
lolom were blended. On em h ilile of
the did wflMi'ylln8lwRc -) M-i-Hers
Willmm and Hugh .Mrlntyrc- In full
ItiKhland foMiime, wearing the roynl
tartan. It may be interesting, after the
lapse of twenty-three years, to dencribo
.ome of tl'. characters represented at
tliH nnl.iiile costume and fancy ball.
Mr Wyllic, the genial host, wn. dressed
n . 1 Srotrli laird, in th; national colour
of buff turned up with red, and agisted
bj Mr, Circ-jR, drcMed as n Highland
lady, nrcompanicd by Miss Jenny
Mrlntyrc as a Highland chiefew -all
wearing the royal'tartan of the Stuarts
received the guckls on their arrival.
The king, as an Albanian chief, wore a
rich uniform of (scarlet and gold j the
queen appealed n Cylfi-lc, "the mother
of the RO'li"; Doctor Cuillon, as a Mar
nun of the old rein'mc in France; Mrs.
I, V, Austin, asn Maritime of the same
period ; Miss l'akl, as a Chinese lady of
rank; Miss unruly, as Night "with all
her stars"; Miss Linnui, as a Polish
vivnndicrc; -Mis-i Alice Jiroun, as
'I'itnnla, queen of the fairies, Miss
Mcfsilibin, as the Kvcning Star and
Miss Mary McKibbin as tlic Morning
Star; Miss Jane McKibbin, as Undine;
Miss bwinton, as a hpanish girl; Mrs,
llishop, as a Mexican lady of rank;
Miss Hattic Swinton, as a Mexican
peasant girl; Mrs. 'I'. Spencer, as an
Italian peasant gin; .miss irwm, as a
Scotch lassie; Miss I'ratt, as the Cross
and Crescent; Miss Cartwriuht, as a
Swiss girl; Miss Luce, as a gipsy; Miss
Ida von I'fister, as the Masllowcr;
Governor Kekuanoa, in a fancy uni
form, Scotch colors; Mr, Hcuck, as a
naturalist; Doctor Hoffmann, as the
exquisite, the lleau ilrummcl of modem
days; Mr. l'rendcrgast, as Rhodcrick
Dim; Mr. Von Holt, as Massaniello;
Mr. J. II. Hrown, as lago; Mr. A. 1'.
Everett, as a Japanese tycoon; Mr. C.
V. Vincent, as a Spanish grandee; Mr.
Vida, as Charles IV. of Spain; Mr. II.
W. Severance, as a Chinese mandarin ;
Messrs. ltanmngand Hmmert, as Tyrol
ians; Messrs. J. O. Dominisand Frank
I'ratt, as Greeks; Mr. Itishop, as a
Garibaldian; Mr. Dart, as a colored
gentleman ; Messrs. Durgess and Lock
wood, as Irish b'lioys; Mr. M. Hrown,
as a Russian burgher; Mr. Frank Scn
cer, as a giaour; Mr. Thomas I'ratt, in
Highland costume; Captain I'omcroy
and Mr. Richmond, as American tars.
November aoth, being Thanksgiving
Day in the United States, was observed
by all the Honolulu churches connected
with the Hawaiian, Evangelical Associa
tion. The king and queen attended
sen-ice at the Kawaiahao Church.
During the summer of 1859 a troupe
of singers and bell-ringers, called " The
Allegbanians," after a very successful
season in Honolulu, left for Valparaiso,
touching at some of the South Sea
Islands on the way. The following is
a description of their reception and
appreciation by the people of the Island
of Rorotonga :
Our 1'uritan ancestors (says Mr. Divigtit, of
Boston) used to pay their church rales in beam
nml conlunul. Tlic natives of the South Sea
UlamU now buy their concert tickets with pine
apples and bananas. Tlic printed ixMcr prices
of admission at Uorntonpa of the Alleghanians
was thus; " lly rojal command of King
Makca V. and tlic Uorotor.gan nobility, the
Alleghaniani will give a grand concert at .the
school house this nltcrnoon at 4 o'clock, Janu
ary 19, 1S60. 1'iiccsof admission : Ticket to
admit one, one hog, or two pigs, or one turkey,
or two chickens, or twenty-live pine apples, or
two bunctm bananas, or' live large pumpkin,
or five liavkcts oranges ; children, half price."
Jn order to get at the amount of the
receipts in dollars uiid cents, I have
valued everything at about New York
7 j hoes, at $5 ch im 00
ojiurkevs, at 41 ..
1 16 chickens, at .38.
6,uo(t coauuuts. At .13 1,8.10 00
36oot-iiicAm-ies,at.i9 ... ... ... 684 00
41& burn, ties fai-anaa, averagings; to the bunch,
ananas, avcracinz 73 10 tne uuncn.
31,330 iiuiuna. at ,d,
60a liUiui'ktnl, at. 15.
aruo oranfc-es, at .03
,es, niajs, fans, etc, About.. as oo
Total receipts $5,08600
On Saturday evening, December 1st,
there occurred along the cast coast of
Maui, from Kahulm to Mahko, a
singular phenomenon to the islanders
a tidal wave. The weather was fine,
the sea still and but little wind blowing.
lJuring the night, however, the sea
gradually rose in the harbor of
Kahului to the height of sonic two feet
above high water mark, and, spreading
far and wide over the beach, destroyed
several fences ; but caused no other
damaec of importance.' At Maliko the
water rose up into a little glen or gulch
and destroyed a number of native
houses. No lives were lost.
December 14th, arrived Dan Rice's
Circus Company, iicMttes the eiiues
trial) performers and the trained horses
and mule, there was the celebrated
elephant Albert, the first of his ki nil
ever seen at these islands. As may lie
supposed, he,vas a great attraction to
the natives, ami the company had a very
succes-,1111 seat tin.
December i Vtli, at the annual meet
mg of the Royal I Iawaiian Agricultural
boctcty, the loiiowmg oiticcrs were
elected for the ensuing year: J. Mont
gomery, pieident; l'rince Kameha-
mcha, R. Mpllitt, Theo. Mclcalf, V. C,
Shipman, Jus. Malice, R. Wood,
wee presidents; Jas. W. Austin,
treasurer; Dr. William Ilillebrand,
corresjiomlmg heeretary; J, duller, re
cording secretary ; C F, Guillou, J. Iv
Itaruard, D. Monteomeiy. A, II. Hates
and J, J I. Wood, eeeutive committee.
December 37th, died in l'auoa val
ley of dropsy, lion. II. Namakvha.
lie wa$ a sou ol Kumauua, descended
from the ancient chiefs of the northern
district of Hawaii, and of Kukaeleiki, a
chiefons, of high rank from the island of
Kauai ; and was a brother of the late
Hon. George Naca, and, therefore, an
uncle of Queen Emma. He wm about
6a years of age. For many years he
had been a member of the privy coun
cil of state, of the house of nobles, and
for some time acted as Governor of
On the evening of December jrjtb,
occurred the largest fire ever known in
I lonolulu. up to that time. Some four
teen building were dcMrood, and the
lo wus estimated at nearly $60,000.
The fire commenced nl about 6 P.M.
In the steam Hour mill, on the present
site of the tasting furnace of the Hono
lulu Iron Works, and spread with great
rapidity 'Hie wind blew sltong from
west and northwest, and carried the
blaring tinders even as fat as llcrelania
street. It was only by the vigotous
exertions of persons standing on roofs
with water and brooms, that the main
portion of the town was not destroyed.
The flour milt and bakery, an ntlolie
building formerly occupied by T. Moss
man as a hotel, Johnston .t Foster's
carpenter shop, outbuildings and lum
ber yard, the mill company's ware
house, Caranave's store warehouse, and
Thompson ,V Neville's blacksmith shoo,
were all consumed before 10 o'clock.
The king md l'rince Lot were both
present, and gave a good example to
their countrymen by working as effici
ently as any of the firemen.
The arrivals of whalers at these
islands during the fall season of iSfio,
showed n diminution of 65 from the
number reported in 1859. In 1858
wchad 218 whalers; in 1859, 107, and
in 1 8110, 13s. The total season's catch
of these 13a vessels was aony barrels
sperm, 63,950 barrels whale oil, and
s39iS lbs bone, giving an average to
each vessel of 500 barrels oil and 63(10
lbs. bone- a considerable decline from
the figures of the previous year.
During the month of December,
i860, a census of the population of tlic
islands was taken. The district of
Kona, Oahu, comprising the space
from Maunaloa on the north to Coco
Head on the south, and including
Honolulu, was reported to contain a
population of 1.1,309, as follows:
Native Ilawaiians and half castes.
i2,.oS; foreigners and their children,
1616; Chinese, 285. The foreicn
population consisted of 1180 males.
.136 females; under 20 years, .158, over
20,1157. 1 he population of Hono
lulu city proper, bounded on the cast
by the plain of Kulaokahua, and on the
west and north by School street and
Nuuanu stream, was put at 7000.
I he custom Mouse utt::tics for
i860, as prepared by Mr. Goodale, the
Collector General of Customs, showed
a considerable decline in the value of
domestic produce exported, as well as
in imports. In 1850, the total value of
imports was i,555.5S8.74: in i860.
they amounted to $1,223,749.05. Do
mestic exports in 1859 figured at
$628,575.21; in i860 thev were
One curious fact may be noted in
in these tables that while tlic busi
ness of the country was evidently fall
ing off, there was an increase in the
quantity of spirits consumed. Thus in
1050 the collector reported 1,1.1 sS
gallons taken out for consumption ; in
boo the quantity is stated at 1.1,20;
gallons. We exported in i860,
1,444,271 pounds sugar, against
1,826,620 pounds in 1859.
The following were the officers of the
Honolulu Dashaway Association for
1 86 1 : J, M. Oat, president; Wesley
Burnham. vice president ; G. W. Mills,
secretary; Jas. A. Iturdick, treasurer ;
C W. Hart, Moses Humphreys and
George Crocker, investigating com
mittee. H. L. S.
The J'lilihllr.itl L'lrrlr llrpuiltillril.
In the Sovereign Grand Lodce of
Odd Fellows which met at Providence,
Kiioue island, in September, the resolu
tions in the matter of the patriarchal
circle were unanimously adopted and
me granu sire was instructed to pro
mulgate the same. The resolutions
unresenedly approve the course of the
grand sire in issuing the proclamations
of October 13, 18S2, and April 10,
1882, and prescribe that any Odd
Fellow who shall hereafter retain mem
bership or become a member of any
sect or organization not subordinate to
this grand body, which shall have
adopted or appropriated to its use the
uniform, regalia, emblems, names, titles,
mottoes, or initials of this order, or
any part of them, or in which the
qualification for membership is based
upon an application in this order, or in
which the applicant is required to obli
gate himself to prefer said organiza
tion or any member thereol at' the
e.(cnse of this order or any of its
members, shall be guilty of conduct
unbecoming an Odd Fellow and of a
grave offense against Odd Fellowship,
and, upon consideration, shall be ex
pelled. The duties of subordinate
lodges in this matter are set forth and
the penalty of deprivation of a charter
lor taiturc to require due compliance
therewith is imposed. The resolutions
do not apply to the Odd Fellows Ilene-
ht, and Insurance Association, and will
take enect on January t, 1S84.
The arrest of the speculators on the
stock exchange of Osaka, recorded
about two months ago, has turned out
a very profitable operation for the
Japanese Government. Two hundred
and sixty jiersous were summarily taken
into custody, and punishment in the
shape of fines inflicted upon every one
of them. The president was fined
1 4 50 yen for permitting brokers to en
gage in secret speculation in .sjiecie;
the manager, 920 yen ; four other
officers, 200 yen each. The fines iin
posed on the brokers ranged from 1 so
to 22! yen each, or an average of 100
yen. The total cash realized by the
government was 29,225 yen, or
" It has ceased to-be considered a
novelty in Kngland when a pickpocket
receives a heavier sentence than a
ruffian who assaults and maims a
woman. Two recent cases, however,
have been the subject of adverse criti
cism in Hnglish pajiers. In one in
stance a young man was sentenced to
six weeks' imprisonment at hard labor
for breaking two witulow.anes in a
police station. In the other cae a
drunken lather threw a clutir upon a
baby sleeping in a cradle and kicked it
twice, fatally injuring the baby, and the
father was sentenced to an iinpiison
went of one month at lord labor."
.1 snm.v. .ii'iit.ni
Lord Chief Justice Coleridge of Klfg
land said at a lloston Banquet : Mr.
Mayor, Vour I'xccltcnry and Gentle
men : I assure vott that I rise to re
turn thanks on this occasion with feel
ings of the most unfeigned gratitude -to
sou, sir, for the grnHous manner in
which you have been pleased to pro
pose this toast ; to you, gentlemen, for
the cordial manner in wlili h you have
been pleased to accept it. It is true
that on one or more occasions during
my short sojourn in Aiheriea I have
been compelled to inflict a speech upon
long suffering American audiences. In
the stalely city of Albany ; in its cheer
fill, picturesque, homely, delightful city
of Cortland, the charms of whose men
and whose women I shall never more
forget, and one more, to day, in this
city. And yet, 1 can truly say that
never in my life till now, or not more
than now, rising to return thanks to
this toast in this splendid magnificent
city, have I so earnestly and unfeign
ingly desired that some more adequate
example of my dear old country was
before you ; that there was some more
competent and adequate exponent of
the learning and eloquence, and the re
finement of Englishmen, than an old
and weary lawyer, who, although by
some accident, he chain cs to attain,
and to hold all but the very highest
and proudest station in the great pro
fession to which it is his pride and
privilege to belong, he has never
ceased to wonder how he come to hold
it. Nevertheless, the kindness and
cordiality of this greeting will bo re
membered. D11111 manor ipst nitl,
1! 11 m sirifus hoi rtit artus. I am
quite conscious that such a greeting as
you have been pleased to extend to
night is made to my country and not
to me ;. or, if made to me, because I
am an Knglishman, and because I rep
resent to you in some faint measure
the great country from which I come.
I knew enough from newspapers and
other authentic modes of information
of kindly and cordial feeling enter
tained in American cities toward my
beloved sovereign, not to be surprised
when I heard God save the Queen.
Hut I will confess to you, gentlemen,
in spite of all. I have heard of American
cordiality and American hospitality, I
was for a moment surprised to hear
Rule Britannia played on the shores of
the Atlantic. Upon the great ocean,
heretofore, the two great nations have
contended, with equal courage, I hope
I may say, but not always (in the na
ture of things it could not be) with
equal success. If we could point to
the battle of the Chesapeake and the
Shannon, you can point to the battle
of the Java and the Constitution, and
your victory in that combat is, through
the medium of mezzotint engravings,
one of the earliest recollections of my
childhood because, although it was
long before I wa.j born, yet a ne.1r
relative of my own was an officer in
Java and for some time a prisoner in
America, and I can testify that lie
never forgot to his dying day either the
gallantry of American women or the
kindness of American people.
Gentlemen, the welcome that has
been extended to me since I landed at
New Vork has followed me here. I
am here as a guest of this ancient and
famous commonwealth ancient, I say,
as far as things in America 'can be
ancient as I have said,- the guest of
this commonwealth, at the hands of
your excellency, the governor of this
state. And I must say that his excel
lency has spared no pains, no trouble,
no thoughtful care, to make my stay in
this place happy and cheerful, and, to
use an English word, thoroughly com
fortable. I thank you and I thank him
most cordially and warmly for this wel
come. 1 thank turn tor another thing.
He has changed sticks with me, gentle
men and he has given me in return
for one of no intrinsic valud, a very val
uable and excellent stick. Now, in the
"Iliad" when Glacucus exchanged his
golden armor for the mail of Diomede,
ill-natured people said he was afraid.
Now, I think no man, ill-natured or
good-natured, will say your Governor is
afraid of me. Hut, as I have told him
in private, so I say in public, he sends
me back to Europe with this prjud and
consolatory feeling that I am the only
man in the world who ever got the
better of General Butler. Gentlemen,
kissing away from the kindness and
cordiality and generosity of General
Butler, how an: I to'rise to the heights
which the recollections of Massachu
setts and of Boston would fain invite
me to aspire to? I speak in the neigh
borhood of Bunker Hill, in the neigh
lxrhood of T wharf which a friend of
mine has told me, since I came into
this room, has nothing to do with the
Boston tea fight. I scorn such strictly
historic accuracy. I, believe faithfully
that that admirable beverage which you
have brewed ever since, has been im
proved since the fight at T wharf. I
have seen your old state house, with
the lion and unicorn uwn it. I have
seen your noble building, in which your
two houses assemble, with General
llurgoyne's cannon in the ante-chamber.
1 have seen Faneuil Hall, a plain but
most magnificent building. I have seen
that most ufagnificent building within a
few miles of this place the Memoiial
Hall of Harvard University. Gentle
men, these things are full of interest
and history ; and I don't believe men
who tell me you nave no history. It
may be you have a short history, be
cause you cannot belli it ; but you have
a great history, You have a history of
w men any common wealth may justly
and rightly be proud. You know -forgive
my vanity if I say 1 know, too .
that you bred Benjamin Franklin and
Daniel Webster, and Joseph Story and
Thedore l'arker s Daniel Webster whose
hand I was privilcducd as a boy at
Hton lo'presi when he was in Enuland
as your representative, and whose elo
quence I have humbly studied ever
since; Story, a household word with
every Knglish lawyer; l'arker, perhaiis,
one of your highest and greatest souls ;
Hawthorne, if you will forgive the ex
pression of a foreigner, is iK-thai
tahen altogether, almost your foremost
nun of letters; lngfellow, the de
light and darling of two hemispheres ;
Holmes, the Autocrat of the Break
fast Table the alitor rat, il he 1 hose, of
every dinner table, too ; but thcie I am
told he is content to tilay the part of n
constitutional sovereign. Emerson, as
broad and as strong as one of your long
rivers, and ns pure; Lowell, whom
I nm proud to say, is my own honest
friend your representative at this
inuiiKiit in my own (oitntrv. like
Garriek In Joseph Reynolds picture,
he excels either hi tragedy or comedy,
and is delightful whether as Hosea Big
low or as lames Russell Lowell, skil'ed
with equal genius to move the heart
of his readers whether to smiles-or
tears. And ' lowclls, the last of your
American invaders who have taken
England by storm. These are your
glories, these arc the men . who make
your history. Tlicsc are the men, for
give me for saying, of whom you ought
to be proud, it you arc not heartily
Gentlemen, in the person of a very
humble Englishman on the one side,
and of this great company on tiie other
let me think that England and America
have met together to-night ; that they
have come together and may ever stay
together. Gentlemen, we are one, as
Washington Alliston said, and most
truly said, -the great painter, and the
poet who worked in this city, and who
lies not far off in the Cambridge
churchyard we are one in blood, we
are one in language, we arc one in law,
we arc one in hatred of oppression and
love of liberty. We are bound together,
if I may reverently jay so, by God him
self in golden chains of mutual affec.
tion ami mutual respect, and two na
tions so joined together, I am firmly
convinced, man will never put asunder.
Loud and prolonged applause and
1 1 1
thttp frmtl September 1th In Detnhrr Int.
The I'rincess of Wales is becoming
There is cholera in Ichang and Pe
Courtney recently rowed three miles
I Ierbcrt Spencer has nearly recovered
A Siamese embassy to England lias
A revolutionary plot is said to be de
veloping in Cuba.
Denver, Colorado, expects to have a
branch mint soon.
Dayton, Ohio, has the lowest death
rate of any city in the United States.
The thermometer registered 1034
in Los Angeles, California, last month.
Stanley wants Eneland -to establish
a protectorate over the Congo country
Three hundred houses were des
troyed by a recent fire in Constanti
More than a million cattle have fallen
victims to the plaeuc in Russia, dunntr
the past four years.
The Arizonian Apaches have prom
ised better behavior. As they have
done twenty times before.
Ex-Senator James G. Blaine will
probably visit California this year, and
may come on to the islands.
The United States cotton crop for
the year ending August 31, 6,009,612
bales, over 1,300,000 bales greater than
that of 1881
Queen Victoria has selected as the
successor of John Brown, her late per
sonal attendant, a Highland gillie named
'There was anw explosion in the
rocket factory of Woolwich arsenal,
Emrjand, on the 24th of September.
Only two lives were lost.
Miss Gabrielle Greeley has purchased
of the estate her. fathers farm at Cha
paqua, New York, for $ 1 0,000. It cost
Horace Greeley over $70,000.
The new Guion line steamer Oregon
on her trial trip made twenty knots an
lioun The builders promised a ship
to cross the Atlantic in five days.
Rev. Mark Hopkins has declined to
be re-elected to the Presidency of the
American Board of Foreign Missions.
He has been its president over thirty
Adolph Hartmann, secretary of the
llumbolt Savings and Loan Society,
committed suicide on the 2 1st of Sep
tember. He was a defaulter for about
The Pope has ratified the election
of the German Father Auderlitz, who
has just been chosen a? future succes
sor to the Pere Ureck, General of- the
Older of Jesuits.
Frank James, the Missouri, outlaw
wants to lead "a quiet life" hereafter.
He was acquitted of one cluree in
September, but is still held, pending
The Anti-lvuropean riot in Canton is
said to have been caused by the killing
of a Chinese by some Portuguese sail
ors. The Chinese Government dis
claim any syiu-atliy with the rioters.
Judges Field and lawyer of the
United States Circuit Court in San
Francisco have decided that the Exclu
sion Act rules out Hongkong Chinese as
weu as tnose trout other parts of China.
King Alfonso of Spain was mobbed
on enteriuu Paris on the 20th of Sep
tember. President Grevy lias apohj
gised for the insult in the nam 01 the
rrenen jieopie, ami Alfonso says lie
knows it was not a national or ejert a
civic demonstration of dislike.
Professor Nordenskjold exiieditton
Into the interior of Greenland has been
very successful, )enetrating further into
the interior than any previous expedi
tion had ever gone. Report says the
whole interior is a desert, the north
western shore being much colder than
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Olfce hour from 8U to 10U a. m.; , L in iU n m
Office an.1 KcMtlence, So. a Knkui street, corner Fort
T M, WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Dental ltimiim on J'nrl Street.
IloNOtfLO II, I,
Oflke In llrewer lllock. crne Hote and Fort
Slrrclt, entrance mi Hotel Street. 1
OARAH E. PIERCE M. D,
ljutte' mul Chllilren's Vhiltlelmi.
' ' ilWlwvcn torfand Minma). "
OiTice Hourk 19. w to 11.30 A. M., and 1.30 to 3.30
P. M. Telephone. No. 301. 1533"!
AXTILLIAM B. MCALLISTER,
PEnMANENTLV UKATSU IK HONOLtU.
Office, corner of Fort and I lotel ttreet, over Trealoan '
l-arlicutar attrntlon paid to restoration oIJ fillin-i.
Ittlj inj on eood work at rciionaMe cliarget to cain
the confidence of (he -nil Ale. 1 jj fij,
A G. ELLIS,
Xo. 73 liL-hux Stir-it IInsot.i-tu
Member of the Honolulu Stock and llond L-icliaaje.
Is prepared to ku-and sell Slocks and Uondt In the
otxin market, at the UMial rate of comtnUt'ua
Has moiie)- 10 loan on Mocks. Swall nurging re
quired on Time Contracts.
Will .idiiseas to lnettiner.ls hcn requested.
"P 0. HALL & SON (Limiud)
l-.iroUTF.kS AMI) UEAU-K-I IK
Itnrilinire ami (lenrntl JlerehmullMe,
COK-ilK Of KjNQ A.NI1 FOT SmrETS, llOSOLLUO
William W. Hall "rlVciiJenl and Maiujer
U C Atles Secretary and 1 reasurer
1'. C. Jones, Jr Auditor
Directors U. O. Il.lll, Georje "-'. IIoe. 15,
T D. KAMSAY,
(leneral Orocer unit Vrortttun Dealer,
No. 6 lIotKuSTmtT, llosonif.
Goods deliveied to cuuomer rei'denfe-- firm ej
Charge, lutt rcccited, ex late arriial-. a f,e-.h line or
......Me .iiMciic., ,,11 vucr iiiK-u wiin irun.ne-,s.
Island Mdcn, solicited. , , 1333111
O M. CARTER,
Aueiil It, lake Arknuirleilainenit fo C'0,1
IrarU In foibur,
HONOLVU', IUWIUH lklA,n"
OlTkoat Pacific Mail Steamship Ikxk, i:..bio4e, 13
D Wv LAINE.
Ct-l'tMfss'uiii-r of Deett
For the State of California, for l... Hawaiian l.tandt,
and (.ciural Ajcri lor the -acilic Mutual Ufe l
suraiue 1'uniun)- of California. ,4,
J NO. A. HASSINdER,
Atl'nl l take ArkuiiirlciluitirHl lo Com
IrarU or iilmr,
iKTiti-iit Omen IIuholuui
JOHN II, PATY,
Xut.ni I'ul.lle mul C'uii-i''oh 1 Dmli,
For tlie States of California and N Vork. Office
at the Hank of ll.Jwp ii Co,
"iHoMHtlv, O'aiii, II. I, ,
PT. LENEHAN & Co..
fiuiorfrrs iihiI C'o,nniJfuii .IfrrrA'lxf.
Nl'l'AKV St.llST. HbKOI-VM'.
I YCAI- & JOHNSON,
MiM.rtVr 'it.. Itlrs ttt tiff 1ImI .-
I rvii' -i-ivwvvf ar -rsja-vs, ga if win-pva)
N'jlOJ Afc0 W TUKT StlxKlT. .... - IhlKOLVH
illrrw 1'Lucf, iVlw tr-- 4 lWnk du4 la
n.ur. A HMTT
.. in, -,...) ,-. .1.1.1 in 1.1 1
llenem! Jlrifiiiilltemiil CunimlflH .Iurnl4
Oi'in Smssr. HoMdi'LC.
OfKcsrs I', I- Jenea, Jr., sueJieM and iaAJaTt
losr.l; i Catisr. 1-t-a-A.ier a.l sccrrian. l,nrlof s t
IIohs, Ituilo K. ll.-J14.aaJ II. .V. I', lioltri llrury
MA, nuur ,14
. - ! - -- ',, i.,n. 1 1 i -
JUklji Varimulrr, Si-ur linker 11 ml (ViuJArr
No. jOv-u-H Sraur (UUsr lioneklu raa WmU)
Denier III I Imlee,) llerf, Veill, Mlitln,,, V.te,
tin. I IJlier TeT, rM Mirf.
ftirMf i Mr)'( littt mtttHy ui-4l t
Um KM rMl i Vflt m Um)I .
VuM itf H tlwt MfpylM w waW.
IWr K, ORIMIIAUM Ik Co.
1, 11)1111 left mul II Imletille Driller III lleif
SlAKaVa Ihxn t)t)rrSlnit, llOMntuiu
VA S. URINUAUM h Co.
Vttruitrttlitu mul Oiimnlfltiii Merrlimit;
u CAMrmrm r., rA-te.
Siixkl fat'liitf fsr ! M'tMHtUrAitrtrtlMi lll la
rAmigntrmita of hlMkl .l. ,
irnlrliiiiiil.tr, ileierltr, lUiyrnrer, mul
No. Ill f'orr StarBT . Ito-IOLULf
j AWREHCE & rRHUTII,
I'lan rl r.illnulei fun 'lil IV WorW 1 CVm
Mructtori, Cl, II rMhieeiint anl Surtr)i, Offwe,
corner of llalelanwiU an.1 Mbuea Mrett, ral tleir
10 VVdlemaiin' tokk wrelvii.
I'. () lUit lot, lyVly
Unlit mul .Slioeiilitker,
Ilo.it and Mitf made id Onler.
No. 114 Foar St.. ofimirr. 1'antiihik Sta(lc.
OLLISTER U Co.,
Hliolemile mul Detail Driiffaltlt anil Tn
liaeeitntnl. No. 59 Ni'rAxu Sthet HoMiuat.
I'wrflrttl Vtuvthrr, tUt fitter and Cop
So. 18 NuVAta SritrKT Hohoi.uu'
I'illlcilbr AltetitlMl ta'ul ta lh- htttn-r tin ilsa
iz ....i".t 1 r. !.' m '
a in tut' it in v'- .natmnc.
T II, OEDING.
iZx,rrn tint! ttrtlfmntt.
I'ftiglit, I-itlazp,rKl HacEije iMiveml lo ani frwm
anpariioi Honolulu and vkinity. Carefuiat
, l cm loo paUl to moriuz Kurmiure. with
W'ACONS KXrKKSSI.V IOR TUB i'UKPOSK.
TtrJiine BG ; KcJrnc-e 73$ I'iiucIiImwI urtu
OiTice, 86 King Street. . tttUii
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importrr t-ui-7 Wholrmtl Jienlrr in Cloth
titif, flout, jior-n, tM, Jlrn'm i itr
nteihtn(f (Joint, I'anry Clin!, J.'tr.
No. It KAAIH-M-YNt STRfRT HuNMU'LV
HARLES T. GULICK,
Xulttru i'uhltr, sitrut ttihr ArLuoUity-
mrutm to Simr font writ, it tot
Gurrttl ttithir Ay rut.
OfTice ir lSlal:e lUocV. at coiner Qiwm ami Kaahu-
roanu Hfctit, luavAuiiL, a-iy
O J. LEVE1
LEVEV & CO.,
tj ;---- vf i- . -ic- .
II liuteuitle ttnit Jlrtuit Ururern,
Fort Stbzit lloNou'ur
FrcOi croctriM ami proT.Moni of all lcind on haiuj and
reccrredreOTUfljr from Kurope and America which
will tr ftol'j at the loueu market nut.
CooJi ilelivcred to any part cf tlw city fret? of charge.
ILiihI wjri !vjliciil jukI j-rmiipt ar lent km will be
giieu to the same. tia,iy
ONG LEONG & CO..
.Ifdie fur Jlomml Sntiar, l'ntama liter
And Kailua Kice Ilantalion a-wl Mill.
T-HEO. H. DAVIES A Co..
(Late Ianios, Rieen & Co.)
Jninitrra ami Vinmnlnlim Mrrelxtnt.
Lloyd's and the Lirerpoc Underwriters.
Ilritish and Forelen Marine Insurance Compan-r, and
Nurthem As-.ura-KC Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON A Co
IWniJTEBS AMI IJlALEEI IK
Hunt, Slmet, J'leVntmhliuj (SomU, Halt,
Cap, Trunk, Valte,
rerfamerj- and Soan, WUlha-n Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc,
CofNCE ToBT AKD XlEtcCKANT STEET, llONOll'LH
r E. WILLIAMS.
lurotrtR AKO DSAI-Et IN
furniture of Keerv Deaerlptlon. Alio
VpUoUterer mul Manufacturer,
Furniture VV'arerooms No. loo Fort Street. VVrk.
shop at old stand on I lotel Street. All orders Torjl-'
altcrKled ta 13
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
tmimrler mul Dealer In General Jrr-
rh u,i filer.
Oveev Steekt Hoxoiu-.i-
P I. NICHOLS,
CUll Hnytncenanit Contartnr for the Vow
utrncllon of Jlallroail,
Mills. landin-4, Irun, Wooden AiM Cotal'nat'oii
llrldes, V laducis and Su-iiiu.i Ilrides
for Cane Humes.
Mo 104K 'u(t Smrtr..... lloMn.it.1'
MRS. LF.ON PJCN rroreKliess
NVUSEE 64 llo-l. Stejcet.
.Ifr.ils fVrnr.1 ( ,M ivilr of tkr Itay,
S-.--J terms foe reditu l.uidn v Th only sulii-t-U
-risaitt room a town for Ladtes.
Ilenrral CumutltaluH AVentK
pi), IIOI'PSCIILAEGUR A Co.
imMiffere M,ll VtwinlloH Merchant.
' H0MC1UU'. Oslil'. II. I.,
T HOPP A Co., 74 Klag stieet,
Imimrler ami Manufacturer of k'.rtru
irei'rlitlun of ttrnllare.
To the lwi.- rii-natkiis, Tawls, (iion-s Silk
C..dUes.iy shjhU- liW S.-ts lstuHe-i
casred, iKi-iHtdkud saade equal lo4
new, UaltrrAMis ttM-A4 aoj
ckansd El sIkji
V Ms noted IW finltUu work and noderate
ILLINGHAU A Co.
Miwi-fere MM.I Dealer In llnriltrare, Cut.
Faints, tjj UJt, u4(4oral M,nlaa.ku.
NVJJ FtWTSlEHf lllUIOU'1.1)
A W. PRIRC8 A Co.
Skin Chandler ami Cumwttilon Mer
lloKoi.ru.', Haxaium Iuakos,
AeeMt fa-r KraikTi Gu4 aod Hoeah Laaces a4 fi
iy ussu rM KliM.
ir M. O. tllWIH A Co.
tntitr I'neliirt mul I'mnmlflnH Agtnti,
tl AM ffMtttllU. H. B isarfir,
llrmrHI-U , II. I
P V. ADAMK,
Anettntteer mul f'ninmltlt,it Merehmil,
Qertm WtiMT . Il
P A. fiCIIAUrnit A Co,
In,). niter' mul VnmmUAnn itetrhhntt,
Mrr-ciMi-T Hum, . , lltm.iu
JtAILOER A Co.
Lumber, Valtili, Oil; Sail; mul lltilt.lltia
Jlnlrrlnlt rreri hi ml.
CntL Four ANftf'Or-, llinmiMW
itHftoftfr " 1lpnrtt Jfrrrhttmtt frmtt
i'rnt$rt :nytttn-tf tlrtnHtwjf ntul
thm t'ultttt tttitlr.
S'O. MitMAr SfFKT,,. . lftVWU'U
5 tO at itl CAttrftait a Htwttr Ham Va(:v,
VnUxr HtrntUm jJ lo filling awj tMj ,) I
T WILLIAMS A Co.
I'hnliifirniilile Aril, It,
t aiio 104 Foet Stui-.t II'-WOII-LI
kturesof all sires and l'fl mad-- lo twdrt. and
(timt of all lirKtiytkm cotiuaol!- -n Issnd Also
Coral.. Shells ami Curi-sulles of tlar I'tt'ifye. t
A LLEN A ROBINSON,
Denier In t.uinhernmt nil klml nf lliillil-
Inn Matectal! faint, till, .atl, etc.,
JIohoU'U.,, II. I.,
ACtKTS op sciioonrrs
llaleakala, Knlarnann, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen.
Uilama, Paiuhl and LealiL-
At Ro! Anwn' vyhart i
T YONS A LEVEY,
Auctioneer mul Cnmnilton Merrhant,
IICAvr Vuxk, QcttM Stieet, Honolvui.
Sales of Farniture. Ktock, Real Fslaie! aod General
Mcrcliandise i-roii,y atterrded to. Se4e aeents fjr
Amertcsn ami lurean snercliandii. I I. I.rofca,
lS-lr (1. J. I.ctit.
pD. C. ROWE.
Uoue ami Stan Vnlnler,
Paper IIamckji, ere.
No. io- Kiko Stpeet Ilo-rourtja,
V met lent It'nteliinulier,
1 Kikg Street HoioLin.o
t Importer of American Jewelry of eyery rlescrir--
iul ronneriyM aan i rancj-oo, vjuornia, - yt
T EWEKS-St COOKE,
(Euxiusom to Letters & :kv,)
Importer mul Dealer In J.amtier ami nil
1. 1 ml of llullillnn Material.
Foet Street..... Hokouiu-
1WT W. McCHESNEY & SCtfi,
UCALKM I If
Lrathrr, tliitrm, TV. loir ttml CommUtvt.
AtfMi for tlr Itoyal Srjap C-Mnpany.
No. 4t QlBXX SmKET UuKHei.U.
f C. COLEMAII,
lilarkmilth, MnrhtuUt. Corrhtyr M'or.
HosoilLl- II. I
Plantation Machinrrr, etc. Sbp eti Klog Sret,
next to Gatlc & CoAe .
Thp t'ojtj.rr imI ltrrt Iran IVorkrr,
Stocrm fli.rl Hattyr.
of all ksruH, Ilumtrrs' tJotk awd utrtalt, bou fcnth
injj s-wtlk, cttaiHlcttVn, Lunps rtc
So, i Kaahvuavv SrvfCT Hoxotvui
JM. OAT & Co.
tSittt tuaker, Flay vf all Jracrtjttont
mmtr a nt rrj-alrnl,
HosoUU... ..,..., ?, II. I
Loft in A. P. CcnAe'anew fttxtwC UalkLnj. ftxjt ot
Nutuou Stieet. 4
flanrtr .Straui Canity Maaufartary ami
HaxoLttu ,..,,,.,...., II. I,
"IVjaknl GtfecttancT, 1-aUry Cr4: aivl lUtrt.
Numl-rr 71 Moitl ttrert, Lctwrcn 1'vftaa.1 Kuuaau
-p E.SCLING &. Co,,
TiitMtntthm atttt VluHtUrr, Drulrr ' It
.Sforr, itanyttt Ttm,
No, 5 N1.1u.-U' St it err Ho?oi.vit
Ct'Utwhttoa Merrhant ami Grnrnl Ir-irr
In iry tlt-iulm,
VAiu'Ki,.MAn ... H.I
OroceiW, Hardarct Sutkjnrr, Pauat Atnlkitn,
PctAuucrj) ajvi t.Uiiartu 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
.Mrj-4 llunlne. Holler, Snuttr Milt,
Cooler, Iron, lira ami .emf Vattny.
IlovocvltJ II. I
Machinery of every dc-iri4ai nude lo ofuVt.
UarucuUr altrnlr-ei VAid to Ship's tlihckusUtufta,
J4 wvekse-ate-losi tRR shi-iu--l not.. to
yllOS. O, THRUM,
tMKnTlkr. ami XIsRirArTvatao.
M.tlUner, Stir Auenl, fetnter, H-mlt'
AnJ mUiir f the Sm rust ratts,-! lfmJi.
si.Imisv mmj AJ, Mechaiu Hrvsl. Isral.
ce lo Y'um !Matfa.r-y, IkaAs, Maisv, Top aj FaRCy
(kuds FUt urset, r-rar ll,atl. lloJjlu.
A S. CLEGIIORN A Co.
ImiMtrier ami Jietee Im (lentiii! Mr
Corner Queer aokj Kaah-u-uvSln.ls llonJuka,
DOLLES A Co,
Ship. Chmlteri ami (Vsnueleslw-. U -rr4Mfa
ll.'M SfkkET. llorWtrU', II. I..
ItRINwtMS aavl IWalevt l-s (eocral Msfthftd-.
JT F. BURGESS,
Carpenter ami Hnlljer.
AR kind. 0 ol-k-Uv -reoMta.-y SHn.l.l lo.
eWidiosoKta, VV -Haiv4's kajeesaOIKcr.
Knup, No. i Khm, Mssrr Ilukuitiw
J rINB A Lo.
le.-i.Rlcr assl dealers In Hay, Ctaiii tvtd IWswal
lit, -.OH. II!.. ,. II. I
fA-uM'-uir, Ciller Miuufatlocg,
No. i) Ijiim Stss.tr lloe.ot.t.'ii-
TVis h-ulskwUoiliivf Uisna, it (ot sale at all the
I UaJsRs; saloutM is, tha utf. OA hum ths uW
siou-M ssj iim ssiy.
atessaly atwsukd w.
p I HOP h tn.
UrnttAtrt trsppf Ilertit'r. II I
lent t',nht w, '
Till: IIANk- OF CAMmi-HI.
tuav.iv.ntki iiani: c-w.iiwriAsytr,
A4 iMr nenrrnkf im
IIOMOKOHO. ftVlrNI-V .! Ma.MUPS'..
Trnimt a Ottttrttl lUinHng II Hilar n,
TJ It. McltlTVRIt A IIKOTIIIIR,
flroeeen ami I'ee.l Mloee.
Co. Kwtc AM, Fof H ., ... ..Illts-Mcse
fJltlS. A. M, MP.LLIU,
I'athloniiUe Dec unit t Imik Maker.
Nss. I-., Toei TeeT , ...H.t
05BIMI E. WISriMA-l
Dent f.ttnte Deoker ami lUnfloamenl
Mnyunjcitt, II I
Hews Kami, Cotlxe-s, Himv-s,m! fIl awl lr-n
U t'l.tm ! .11 .u. ..1 I'll- 1 .....
of Iwwmh tM-lv-fte-J wn), Orle lOswIa. ImJ .li-
- .la.. II I. .M - ... a . -T - .
-. vi lent. iHfrn)''U, tHM,KMTml JCUn ttfK
r W. MACFARLANl! A Co.
Importer ami C-mmfesfon Merrhant.
(Prater Uteri. .
Cut. Tort tni Qinrx Street . .H.. ... lfo-rtt'l
ACSJITt POP .
The CIasXowAO-1 llonot-ihs Uses 1-arlrtL
JtJtfi llT Cot's LieeeiJ line U I'acirti,
I he Waika(4 llaoutlun.
IheSijef-cer llat-uie-in. If Uol
llslaUn llaMaiio-t, IILU
Mirl.es Tail It Wallem, War Ce-nwny
T7.e I'u.Ui Sl KamA dmrnr.
-A5TLE A COOKE.
Hhtpplna ami Coin,ntln Merchant,
No. U KlRf. Si.riT Ilvstuit.w
lUPORTEEt AD DEAlES-l I
TV llilrhci-ck i Cctios-it's Flanfai-o-a.
TTi. Ahsanr!er h lUldwsfl Ilaucailset.
K. lisiXe-sir Waialaa llinatl-ia.
A. II. Sa-Hb ft Cr-oipaoy, Koiam, JCanai,
J. I. Alesaraler, liailif, Maei.
The Haiku SuEar Oxertauiy.
The KtJula o-ar Cueopaay.
The Uaion Imuranoe Coenaoy cc San Fransoww.
11 New England Life IrH-irance Conpaay of IVmoo
The ISake Ataaefactunn- Cor-rpaor liooo,
D. Jl. VVeuon'. Patens O-wn.jJ Machines.
Tlw New Voek an.) Ilonutul-i I-peket Xizet,
1 he Alerchar4s Line, llmolnla and Sao f'ran-tto
I lr. Jayr-et k. Sactx Celehrale4 Muficioes.
W iloos A C-ilAj'. Ssuzeir MarM-facr-inoE Coeeraoy.
A l SMITH,
Imimrler ami Dealer In lllamirnrr,
Mrrlilen Mllcer.flaleil I fa re,
No. 44 F.iet Strspt Ifoxotiu.-
Kmc's Conhsoaiion Srnctacles and ll-liiin,
Iaitral WlrrVVare. far-v-BA I'ln, l'r. ik
lols, oeiiol--, I'cxkrt CMVcry, Powder. ShoS ai
Amnutuiau-i, Clark's Spue Couom, Alaciuoe Od, alt
ksn.lt of Machu-e NceeUee, "fXeoe-itsc" PaL FaOiKets.
jc ,-, n ,-te sntYmaiiy acsr-owlUea liltiu
Ktuuiin-- lo--kejt-r !x-.i-i Marhine.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE'
rOR SETTING IN tlRICK.
a. i;.viu.v d- co.,
So. j Nt-iiANt -tar-r v,lluaivu-
Sole aj-eras for Ihese i-tandi. The Us luA'mt as-
KANGFX a 'XIURF soch a.
Hot Idler Holler.
Urate liar; Kir.,
Always lit stock.
CirrularfanJ I'riect cui efftitiilivH, 'tjj-fr
ENNEDY A ua,
Wholaaalt, and Rottatl Orocsrs,
No. 6; Horn. Sisair.
(Canptetl l"irr.-etf Uu3Jun )
fre.h lloo.lt Continually on the HTuu.
Island Duller al.ayst-akar-d.
TllIl-MO K No. aaa. , j, jf
-pilE GERMANIA MARKET.
HoKOtatf, 11. I.
I'eef, I'nit, Million, tan,, Poultry
Cbnuantty on luoal, aod ot ikweit quaktr,
aaasafes, Ikjloenas, etc. -Jaj at ki-4. Owe swats
?'.'.-;l'", d J-tu irp la Ijaer. u,U. AH wders
tuihfwllr attt-ooVt to, a-si -VEined U any U the
cut. Shop ca duel Street. Ut.e-ra Usiae.1 Ion
sr. uo-ewii u, KAUIT, no(.wti.
TVe- ruadm-t-ssJ wveU asost re i--ri fully swt'fy ik-e
fuohc llat ho toil kwcRt out Mr. I tte's ssaetnt ra Ike
ahote Rsaikit and that U iteiuirw Saf-deavhihe U-a
Park, V. and
The Market anVjsdt, at the Vwt-4 tale-
NO. O. FOWLER A Co.,
.lr prepare fu furulek flan wh'J f.fl
mote for Meet
SViih or -.Ishant Cart aJ law-ssswtisea, 5(v.lry
ADAITLII 0K hl'aK l'L.Sr.HOSS.
I.ul Rad.ays.aaJ la-cwauisrs aal cars. Tsac
law l.anss aa.1 Koad l-anaa...-, xraat
l1uU2tuc aad t-whlTaiu-M Mtiaairy, JVrt-
aU. lasin-e akl SMi-aaau, VAtiaA-s-;
llttftAe-. ca sacas,
CataLcwes h Itrttat-slkats, M-uVU and rVaa.
tr-J s-flUtek-.se iksxtaa4 Mstlwaerr aurkw saa
at Ik oawes of to. ,UiuiL W. LiIKlY.S J
li. n, atAVI,VKL..t;aV(.I.L,.4--sas(M (ml Tsew
We A Co.
fKliHU S-Tk.AH.kKV. Imtl'-tu, assi
all taker sha.Ws U Pk-a.e-., o dl EJa4 A
M LLLI-s. ta, ton st ' rn
ICK IX) anOCh. IIOLUURS,
11m usSAial EM-assi-. of the r-tuwaeiaVe I'
PiMi-uar kdl U WU u ska utw. uf C
st V-wiafi Ck,sJ it, W
ataaaaaas, r i,tVn sin. sac, ouU, u,.isi.lr tj-da,
ftCHM-1 aaal -pirea-r saasn far wsa. isja-sl, aa
n,ltooVolmfoi4, Ktv tfiaaasM
Moaowiu, Auttuat a, I Ms. H-tR
---TS fe.w ... ,
I iMaw,,.,!,,, e,e,,ieei sk 111
w . - v