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I kinf llic I Ijrnin of the ConiUcrnl wlio fell In
the b-ttle tr life
The hymn of the wminilnl, the beaten, who
ilicil mcrvvLclmcil In the strife t
Not the JulttUnl oni' of the victors for whom
the renoumllni; nccl.ilm
Of nttlom mi llfteil In chorus whose brims
were the eli.tjilcl of famc
Itut the h)tnn of the low sunt the InimMc, the
weary, the liroV.cn III heart,
Who strove nnd who Midi, nctlng hravcly a
silent nml desperate nrt
Who4c)oulh Imrc no flower In in branches
whose hopes, liumcil In Ashes awa),
I rom wIioac hind clipped the prifc the)' had
(raipeil, vvhoslootl at the tl)in of day,
With the wmV. of their life nil around them,
upliflcil, tinhcolcd, nlone;
W ith death swooping down o'er their failure,
and all hut their faith overthrown.
While the oicc of the world ihouti Its chorus,
Hi p-ran for those who have won
While the trumpet is sounding triumphant,
nnd hili to the hrccc nnd the sun,
day banners ate waving, hand clapping, nnd
Thronging after the laurel-crowned victors I
Maud on the field of defeat,
In the shadow, 'mongvt those who arc fallen,
an ' wounded, and tiling and there
Chant a rfrpilcm low, place my hand on their
piln-knnltctl draws, breathe a pra)er,
Hold the hand that Is hvplcss and whisper,
"They only the victory win
Who have fought the good fight, and have
vanquished the demon that tempts us
Who have held to their faith, unreduced by
the prize that the world holds on high;
Who hive dared for a high cause to suffer, re
. sist, fight If need he, to die,"
Speak, history I Who arc life's victors? Un
roll thy long nnnals and Ray
Arc they those whom the world callcd'lhc
victors, who won the success of the day?
The mnrtvrs, or Xcro? The .Spartans, who
fell at Thcrmopj lie's trjst?
Or the Persians and Xerxes? Misjudges, or
Socrates I Pilate, or Christ?
11'. IK SfPtj:
i.v iTisiiu.tsr 1s1.Axnr.it.
Tlir 'I't tncnil l.tliitlnriipr.
I'ov an outing let its choose one of
the days that liave made the climate of
California famous the world over.
There is not a Heck of cloud in the
luminous sky; the nir is crisp nnd
bracing; the distant hills arc sharply
outlined and the hay is blue as indigo.
Hut pavements ring with the tread of
brisk pedestrians. The rumble of
wheels and the clangor of iron-shod
liools upon the cobbles is almost deafen
jtig. An hour or two of such turmoil
is sufficient unto the day. J et us get
upon some height where there is less
of it, and where the expansive horizon
The frontispiece to the " Annals of
ban I-rancisco" is a steel engraving
ot Montgomery btrect looking north
from the corner of California Street.
In the last thirty years there have been
many changes in the foreground of this
picture, but if we climb Telegraph
Hill to-day we will see the street in the
old engraving, as soon as we strike the
corner of Jackson and Montgomery,
comparatively uncnangcu. A lew mar
ket and vegetable carts still toil up the
steep slope, zig-zaggmg Irom side-walk
to side-walk where there arc any side
walks. At the top of the hill where
Union and Montgomery Streets meet,
and give up being streets in despair,
for at this point the further slope of the
hill is like a mansard roof we will
follow the road that leads- up to the
site of the old telegraph station. The
original house with its primitive cupola
and its somephor, towards which the
eyes of the forty-niners must have often
turned wistfully, hrrve long since dis
appeared. Its successors, in the shape
of grog shops and beer gardens, have
There can be no question as to the
undcsirablcncss of seeking that bleak,
bald spot for any other purpose than
getting a bird's-eye view of the ground
plan of the original city. One can
easily trace the outline of the crescent
bay that swept under this hill and
touched Montgomery Street at one
point, its shore cutting like a sickle
through the greater part of the whole
sale business quarter of the town.
Not many years ago the hull of the
old ship Ntantic was exhumed at the
corYier of Clay and Shnsome Streets,
where she was beeched in the golden
age after bringing the Argonauts around
Cape Horn. Now one may walk three
or four blocks further before reaching
the city front at the ferry landing.
rront telegraph Hill the outline of
the hollow that .sheltered the canvas
city of J.9 is, of course, not much
altered. The inexorable grade of the
high streets has taken some noticeable
bites out of he rim of the California
Street, Clay Street, and Russian hills ;
and the sand hills lieyond Market
Street, which any boy of twenty will
remember, have entiiely disappeared.
Hut in that hollow a town sprang up in
a night, was thrice almost annihilated
by the devouring (lames, and is to day
one of the most vigorous young cities
in the most vigorous young country
The bay-side slope of the hill will
perhaps remain as it is for generations
to come, A few residences are tacked
onto it, and one may glance jnto back
windows with impunity, and might in a
few cases hop through a sky-light if
desirable. It is the happy hunting
ground of goats and geese; a sjvot
where the juvenile hoodlum revels and
where! he delights a start toy ava
lanches, that gather as they go, and
finally precipitate themselves upon the
heads of unsuspecting dwellers in the
Here the populace swarms like bees
on fete-days to watch the regattas in
bteathless silence,,. Here half the
.qvvii assembled when Grant came in
from the Orient ; ami a magnificent
nuitnc pagent it was I Here the wind
Wows hercest, and the fog js densest,
and the sun hottest, and the rain cold
est. Here at sunset the eye may
near from the Uafelen Gate, along the
redwood fringe ol TamalpUs, sink into
th nooks of Saucclito, leap upon the
bubble Akatras as it, puffi. its suntql gun,
dcr across the li.very waters of San
l'ablo Hay, with its twin sleeping islets
and Red Rock like a dot on th,c still
water, to the milty undulations of the
Coast rrtngc. Kastward rise the
llerkcley Hills, scry lovely in the after
glow, and beyond them the twin sum
mits of Diaholo agio with the last
light of clay.
The Golden City is never so pic
turesque as at this hour, and one
of the views that most charms us is the
outline of San Francisco from the Oak
land boat whcnallthccity'snoblcheights,
her cdngrcgation of towers and the
minarets of the svnagogue on Sutter
Street- stiggcslivc of the Kremlin
arcwrotighttnsillioueltcngainst the mag
From Telegraph Hill one looksdown
upon the decks of ships just as the
piping sea-birds do, anil the roofs of
naif the town arc under foot ; hut as
for the pinnacle of that eminence, when
it was bestowed uponthecity by its for
mer proprietor, a wit in the Hohemian
Club remarked that the generosity of the
tatter was a notable illustration of the
text : " It is better to give than to re
ceive." There arc epicer haunts about the
base of the hill ; strtets that start out
with the best intentions, grind their
way into the lull with a steadfastness
of purpose that is not only praise
wortliy but expensive, and that anon
end in the air on stilts ; streets that
are of no earthly use, and arc certainly
very far from being heavenly ; streets
sacred to the memory of former ad
ministrations, the extravagant recep
tacles of dead cats and untenanted tin
Hut if you would .know how our
first parents in San Francisco were
domiciled climb down Union street
from the comer of Montgomery Street
to the tower level of the city front ;
vou descend by step-ladders and spring
boards ; above your head and under
your feet there arc weird houses that
might be dove-cots if they were not
already inhabited by birds of another
leather. How they stand on two lees
with cellar's in the rear of the second floor
back windows, I know not; but that it
is possible to lean from your front stoop
and drop pea-nuts down your neigh
bour's chimney is a fact ; go yonder and
see for yourself how that part of the
town .seems to have been stood up on
end and the foundations thereof are
iti:Mi.jsci:ci:s or iroxoiMi.r.
The foreign community of Honolulu,
and of the islands generally, was made
up of Americans in a large majority.
As a natural consequence we were
deeply interested in the events which
were taking place in the United States
in the early part of 1861 the inaugura
tion of Lincoln, the attack on Fort
Sumpter, the formal secession of seven
powerful states from the union, and
Lincoln s call for 75,000 militia. There
were a few, a vtry few- Southern
sympathisers here, subsequently known
as " copperheads;" but the great ma
jority of Americans were so earnestly
on the side of the North that the former
class found it advisable to keep quiet.
I lie general opinion expressed here
was that the sword, having been once
drawn, would not -be sheathed again
until the vexed slavery question should
be forever settled. In this particular
our views were in advance of those of
most American statesmen. It will be
remembered that the issuance- of the
emancipation proclamation was not
contemplated during the first years of
Hy the missionary packet Morning
Star, Captain Galett, which sailed for
Altcroncsta, May 10th, Rev. S. C
Damon went as delegate from the
Hawaiian Missionary Society. After
an absence of three mouths, the Star
returned to Honolulu on the 13th of
August. Hie friend for September,
October and November, 1861, con
tained a series of very interesting
articles on "The Sights, Scenes and
People of Micronesia," from the pen
of the editor.
The project of establishing an Epis
pocal church in Honolulu, in which
the king felt a deep interest, seemed to
be progressing favorably about this
time in England, as appeared by the
following paragraph in the London
Examiner of March jth t
A bishopric for the Sandwich .Islands has
been proKcd, and a committee consisting of
iorti iv. cccii, .11.1',, Air. J. u. lluliuanl,
M.P., the llishop of Oxford, Archdeacon
IIicUi-ri.tt.il). the lion. I). Gordon. Archdeacon
Grant, Mr. A. J. Ilcroford Hope, Mr, J.
Talbot and others, has been formed for the
lurpose of lurtlicring Hie movement. The
tint! of the Sandwich Islands ofli.rs. on Ids
own behalf and that of his subjects and rcl
dents who desire the establishment of the
l.nellsh Kiuscooal Church, a vearlv navmeiu
of 200, and to give the site for a church,
iaisoiuge, etc. i lie authorities ol the
American Churih have alrchdv undertaken to
kclcct and maintain three clergymen to assist
the bishop who may be tent from this country.
Honoluans had a sensation in the
first part of May, 1861, in a series of
cAiiujiuuiis aim laminar taiKS oikcicc
tricity and magnetism, by one Professor
liushell, on his way from Australia to
California. Three exhibitions were
given to crowded houses, and some of
our prominent citizens, as well as
several natives, were mesmerized
something never liefore publicly seen
in these islands. Professor Hushell
caused no small amount of astonish
ment by his feats, and furnished food
for wonderment for tnonths after.
i lie bark ankee, Commodore Paty,
which sailed for San Francisco, May
joth, took quite a number of old resi
dents. The following were the names
and the dates of their arrival here:
Capt 11. F, Snow, December, 1836;
Capt, Thomas Cummings, December,
86; G. P, Oilman, December. 1847;
A, P. Everett, March, 1846; J, H,
Wood, 184O, Capt. Steven Uailey,
IS.-OJ Mr. Utai, 1850; V, W.I-idd,
The annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Evangelical Association commenced in
Honolulu, May 14th, the lssipns being
held in the school house at Kawaialuo.
The following are the names of thoie
Svcsentt Kcv. Titus CJoan and Rev, U
k Lyman, Hilo; Rev. W.C SWpwan,
Kau . Rev I Lyons, Uaitnca, Rev.
V P. Alexander, Wailukti, Revs. ).
Baldwin, J, I'. Pogtte and S. E. llishop,
Lahaina; Rev. A. O. Forbes, Molokai,
Kevs. A. llishop, E. V. Clark, I
Smith, E. Corwin, J. S. Emerson, P. J.
f Julie k, Messrs. S. N. C'asttc and A. S.
Cooke, Honolulu, Rev. H. W. Parker,
Kancohc. Rev, C. T. Mills, l'unahoti,
Rev. M. Kuaca, Hautila; Rev. E.
Johnson, Hanalci, Mr. A. Wilcox,'
Waioh; Rev. J. Ilicknell, from the
Marquesas, Rev. L 11. Gulick, from
The annual examination of Oahtt
College (President C. T. Mills) took
place on the 28th and 29II1 of May,
and the rhetorical exercises and singing
on the 301I1, The latter exhibition
drew n large audience, among which
were foreign representatives, judges and
government officials. The singint: by
the young ladies was exceptionally fine;
but it may interest some readers to know
who the orators were. The following
spoke on the following topici: Henry
Thompson, Poetry; Charles T. Oittirk,
No One Contented; William Andrews,
The Duties of a Fireman; C. K.
Clark, The Hero of Hawaii Kameha
meha I., of course; H. M. Alexander,
Commerce; J. E. Emerson, Louis
Napoleon; Nathaniel Emerson, The
Ambition of Napoleon Huonaparte.
June 3rd, the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, numbering 226 members; held
the annual election for officers, with
the following result; Richard Gilliland,
chief engineer; W. Duncan, first assis
tant; J. A. Hopper, second assistant.
Jutrt; 5th, arrived at Honolulu the
United States steam frigate Lancaster,
Captain Rudd, irom Valparaiso via
Hilo. Her sailors while on shore on
liberty, exhibited their patriotism by
wearing rosettes of red, white and blue,
while over the door of the hotel which
they mainly patronised was painted in
large letters: " No secession I What
our fathers fought for we will maintain
- the Union 1"
The U. S. S. Levant, which as I
have before stated sailed hence for
Panama in September, 1860, having
b.een unheard of for seven months, was
now given up for lost. Early in June,
1861, a large ship's mast floated on
.shore at Kau, in tne island of Hawaii.
It was over seventy feet in length, and
had evidently belonged to a large ship.
It had upon it racks for boarding pikes,
and from a number of spikes that were
lound driven into it, the supposition
arose that it had been used in the con-
Kstruction of a raft. It was conjectured
that this spar might have belonged to
Col. T. J. Dryer, an Orcgonian news
pa'per man who succeeded J. W. Jlor
den as United States Commissioner,
arrived on the 6th of June, and on the
12th was presented to the king. Mr.
Dryer was a fine specimen of a frontier
newspaper editor. He had but little
education and no polish, but he could
consume more whiskey and chew more
tobacco than any two ordinary men.
Mr. Dorden sailed for the states soon
after Mr. Drjer's arrival, going by the
way of China. It is safe to say that
but lew regretted his departure.
It was in May of the year under re
view that a company was formed en
titled : The Lahaina Sugar Company,
the principal movers in which were
Judge Hutchinson, P.' H. Tread way
and C. S. Hentow. The capital stock
was fixed at $15,000, divided into
shares of twenty dollars each inorder
to encourage natives to subscribe. The
king was down for $1,000. For some
reason not very clear at this distance of
time, the enterprise was not a success
and eventually collapsed. The next
sugar planters in Lahaina were Camp
bell and Turton, who, beginning in a
very small, modest way, by industry
and thrift built up a business and ac
quired property that was estimated not
long since to be worth a million of
As an illustration of the strong feel
ing of patriotism that existed among
American residents here at the period
under review, when there was such a
gloomy outlook in the United States, I
copy the following paragraph from one
ot the local newspapers pf the day:
One of the most gratifving outbursts of pat
riotism witnessed here for many a day, occur
red on Saturday last. A flag staff hail been
creeled over the large building occupied by A.
J. Cartwright and I, , Severance, and
about 12 o'clock a beautiful new American flag
was i.nfoldctl and hoisted amid the cheers of a
crowd of spectators. The crowd rapidly in
creased till the street In front of the building
was fdlel. Hang somewhat patriotic, they
called for a speech, which was promptly re
sponded to by C. C, Harris, Kstp, In his usual
fclicitlous style, in which the flag, the consti
tution, and the country were held up as more
worthy of dcfinsc now than when our fathers
fought in 1776. He was followed by J. C.
Spalding and A. J. Cartwright, in some brief
remarks the former representing the "Old
Ikiy Mate," ami the latter the "Little Empire
Slate. I he protccdings not being considered
complete without the presence of the United
Stales Commissioner, Collin's carriage was
dispatched to hb residence, Washington
Place, and soon returned with him. Colonel
I)rcr on coming forward was vociferously
cheered, and. made some very appropriate
rcmaiks on the present state of affairs in
America, the altitude which the Government
hail taken, the firmness of President Lincoln,
and hb determination to see the rebellion
crushed. After the tlag-raUIng and specchet
were concluded, the auditors were invited to a
liberal lunch, provided In the ttorc of Mr.
Severance. Wc noticed but one "seecder"
present, our worthy friend the "Marshal"
Oudinol who was doubtless attraclet) by the
ipiilily of the champagne, which he declared.
was unctpuled even by , the best sparkling
Ijliaina. The whole affair was imnrouilu and
shows llut AuutVju; in Honolulu are true to
their country and their counlrj's (lag in this
jiour of Its pcrik
To the above it may be added, that
during the summer of 186;, it was
quite fashionable in Honolulu to wear
" Union " rosettes and neckties.
H. I. S.
Mr. Edward Ilailey of Wailuku. now
ir.Mhe, United States, has been writing
for the Southern Worktnan some realis
tic descriptions of the trials and tribu
lations of early sugar-plajttUig in the
' llntr llnnrr It..,, lilt II Iff
When living in Dublin, where Moore
was the observed of all observers, he
was engaged in some private theatricals
when he made acquaintance with Miss
Messy Dike, who had recently madcher
dtbitl as a ballet dancer on the Dublin
hoards. Moore was smitten with her at
first sight, and, having access to the
greenroom, used to seek her out and
converse with her, whenever he could,
behind the scenes. One night, as the
celebrated Sir Philip Crampton, one of
the very ablest medical men that ever
lived, was. just dropping off to sleep,
after a day of great fatigue, he heard a
violent and agitated knocking at his
bedroom door. "Come in," lie said
and, a voire, which hcatoncorceonnicd
vS that of his friend Moore, spokethrotigh
the half-oticncd door, "Phil, Phil, for
God's sake, get up nnd conic with me
without a moment's delay 1" Sir Philip
jumped up, hurried on his clothes, and
went out with him. It was about two
o clock in a bright summer's morning,
aim the streets were entirely deserted.
As they walked rapidlytogcthcr, Cramp
ton in vain appealed to Moore to-tell
him what was the matter. The only
reply he recived was, "You'll sec soon
enough. Come along quick for God's
sake I There's not an instant to be lost."
They hurracL down Dawson street,
readied SulflK street, a short street at
right angles to Grafton street; and about
half-way up that street, lying prostrate
on the llags, bir I'hihp beheld, to his
ama-ement, w hat appeared to be the body
of a) oung w oman. So it proved to be
not a dead body, but an insensible
one. and bleeding copiously from the
head which was severely injured. On
going up to it they found an old woman.
standing by it, and keeping watch over
it. SirPhilipCrampton,with Moore'sas
sistance, lifted the body from theground,
and carried it up stairs to her ropms,
which were on first floor. After a
considerable time she was brought back
to consciousness by the skill of the
great practitioner. The ugly wound
which she had received did not prove
so serious as had been feared; so that,
afterawhile,shcgradually recovered and
(here is the curious partofthc story) the
heroine of this little drama lived years
and vears after, and lived to become
"the darling llessy" of Tom Moore.
It would seem that on the night in
question Moore had accompained her
to her lodgings in Suffolk street, and
while there made use. of opportunity to
express his feelings toward her passion
ately. If she were blamable for having
admitted a man to her apartments at
such an hour, it must be borne in mind
that, she was really and truly a pure
minded, unsophisticated girl, who,
though flattered, naturally enough, by
the undisguised admiration of a man
so sought alter and distinguished as the
modern Anacreon, yet had been treated
by him invariably with such respect as
to inspire her with confidence. How
ever, his advances were made so warmly
that hutadorgoithcbcttcrof his prudence
and he rushed toward toward her, hop
ing to grasp her in his arms. When she
perceived his intentions, she said to him
in the most decided tone, "Stop, sir!
If you come one step nearer to me I will
throw'inysclfoutofthatw tallow," po'nting
to one that, on account of the sultriness
of the weather, had been left wide open.
Not imagining her to be in earnest, he
continued to approach her and in one
moment she sprang out of the window,
and fell on the pavement, bruised, mu
tilated and insensible. His terror, con
sternation, and self-reproach may be
imagined. All in the house were in
bed. The watchmen, as was their wont,
were asleep in their boxes, and there
was Moore standing appalled and help
less by the bleeding body of his love in
the silent, solitary street on that memo
rable summer's morn. At length he
succcecded in rousing up the old
woman-servant of the house, and con
signing the young lady to her charge he
ran olT for his friend Crampton. The
rest of the story is easily told. Moore
was captivated by the heroic conduct of
his virtuous llessy, and the blind passion
which he had conceived for her was
converted into profoundest admiration.
He made her an honest, heart-felt,
earnest proposal of marriage, to which
at last she yielded with good grace.
" M7 Xulioily ran Weiij."
The excellent gentlemen in this
community who have recently received
glittering evidences of the King of
Servia's most distinguished considering,
will doubtless be gratified to read the
following paragraphs from London
Truth of September 27th which are
their own best comment:
When the Duke of Cambridge was invested
by the Queen with the ribbon and insignia of
the thistle two scars ago, the fees and charges
on his admission as a knight of that order were
paid by the public, and the item in the estimates
"t ii excited general disapproval. List
year about 'poo was demanded for the garters
of the King ol Sasony ami the Netherlands. I
hone that the cliarges In connection with Prince
Allwrt Victor's creation as a knight ofthc'hlue
ribbon are not also to lie Imposed on the lax
pavers, who certainly will not glow at the
proqiect of having to nay some 450 for fee
and expense of v arious kinds. A large propor
tion "' the sums charged for the admission of a
kninht of the (Jarter euts to the reci.lrar (ihe
Dean of Windsor) ami to the dean and chapter
of St. George's, who are surely sufficiently weir
remunerates lor meir mines wiinoui 1 ncse un
1 ne atteurility 01 tne tllstriliulion or " decora
tions," a at present carried on, may lie real
ised from the follow ine statistics. The Prince
of llulgaria, the most insignificant of l.'uroeaii
sovereigns, a young man of twenty-six, wh
never couunaimcii a rcgimcni in tne nciii,
iwsscsses thirty-seven decorations, many of
them of a hteh wrdcr, and orit-inallv Intended
only for those who iuil distinguished them
selves In action.
lust kimni! the Ouccn of Seivia went la
spend a tew weeks at Nice, and on her return
to Ilclgrade 150 decorations were tent to per
sons who. hail rendered her sonic ittltry ser
vices during the journey 1 many uf them iwing
la police and railway tmHtft 1, w ho had douc
little more than stand and salute her majesty
as she passed,
" 1 1 1
The United States Signal
Service reports the month of
August as the driest for twelve years.
The rainfall was only 39-tooths of an
inch ; the average for twelve years has
lieen 4.76. The summer has been the
driest for four years. Mills in fJew
England arc running on half-time, and
the wages of the operatives arc cottm
jionding ly diminWved.
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M I'oxt StRPEX.
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(Urcently of OjIcIaoJ, California.)
ims orKNrn an orricic
At No 17, Emma Street, ilonolnlii, II. t
Opposite Kmma Square
Office Hours From r to 3, nml (rom fi to 8 . M.
'Iclcption for Office and Resilience, No. 31a
RS. CUM MI GS ft MARTI
Kllrtlrnn nml llimlil inllilr I'lujtlrliuiH.
Orricu znttxtH I'okt a"nu Hkkfta-jia Srs..
Office Hours Until 9 a. m., and from ,-3 and 6:30-8 r.M.
TvT B. EMERSO , M. D.
rtiiMlrliin ttitit Siiifrtin.
TeLKFimtrt Ncsiiikk 140.
Office hours from 8H la lojj a. in.; i to 3 p. m.
Office and Residence, No a KtiLui street, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
tlfiilitl lliiiim in, h'mt Stmt,
IfONOLlLU . ,!, I.
Office in Ilrewer's Illoclc, corner I two and Fort
streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
T17ILLIAM B. McALLISTER.
ItKMANK.NTLV LO.ATPU IN linsnUTLl'.
Office, comer ol Fort ami I lolel street, over Irecloana
Particular attenlion paid to restoration gold fillings.
Kclllru-onKoodttorl. nt reasonable cliarge to Rain
he confidence of Ihe puhliu IJ5 0J1
No. 7a Qufkv STKFrr . . IIonoli-lu
Memherof tlie Honolulu Stock and Pond Kxchanj-e.
Is nrerared to Imiv ami Hell StnrLs nn.l Itnn.l. :.. .1..
ojK-rt market, as the csual rate of commission.
Has manes tn liwn iui.i .n..t! n...: .
quired on 1 im- Contract".
Will advise as in Investments when requested.
O. HALL ft SON.
IMItlKTttKS AND DEALERS IN
llitnlirtirr nml delimit Jfercliitnilltr,
V.-JK-.IK ur rslAfi ANI, H1RT -JTBliETS IIONOUIU
VVillumVV. Halt President and Vtaiujer
!.".. ." -.Secretary and 'I re.sj.urcr
P. C. Jones, J r Auditor
I'irciior r.. u. nan, ueorr-e I;. IIOMe. 15a
QJ M. CARTER,
Atietit lu tnhr Arl.llillrlrilyinrilt.l In Com-
Intel tn Labor.
!IoOLii.i-, Hawaii n Islsnih.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, I'spUn-ule. 15
F or the State of California, for t tlawaiian Islands,
and General Asent for the Panne Mutual Life In
surance Com-iany of California. 1 -3
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
A wnl to ttthf Ar.iiiiirlrtltiiirnl in Cm
Intrt fnr .if,oi.
Intmior Officii Hosuliilu
TOHN IL PATY,
Xottiru I'ltliltf ami Cummltnn nf llrrit,
PfWlll. Sl.lMnf iSlini:. .n.l h.'.. S-...1 f.V
at the Hank of Hi-hop & Co.
IIusoivlu, Oaiiv, It. I, 1
P T. LENEHAN ft Co.
itl-iorlYr- Mini fnliiint,loii .llrirliilllt.
NtlUAlu Strkut, lloNOLeur,
T YCAN ft CO,
Imimrtrr unit ltrnlrr In all kliul of
Mllmlr IIuihI, 1'illiru tlnoil,
Nov 103 anii o; foT Street. . . . I I-ix-iii-mi
Furniture, Ckain, Sew'-ng Machines, Mirrors and
.Vltrror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornice, made to
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
lltiHrntl Jlcrctttitllrttnil Corn m fee Ion AumU
Qcrks Strikt, Hosociu',
Ol-w-!'- C Jones, jr., president and iruiugcr
lowph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Dirrslort:
lions. Charles U. llishoiian.1 II. A. I Crrr. ll....
May, auditor. ,a9 '
Ship Variirntcr, .M-mic Mukrr ami fmilkrr
No. jQvecm SrREKT(l-tlow Honolulu Iron VV'uikt)
Driltrr lu linlrr.t llrrf, f, Mutton, Kir.
wo, 6 cjuiksi SrnKr, Fish Mars..
Family and Shlppinij orders sarefully attended to,
late Stock furnished lu Vcs-xls M stwii nc-lUe.
V egetal les of all kinds supplied la order.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
InHMitur nml H'liiilrmiilr Driller Ih tlm
MsKts't IIuks . . Qv-i-x Sr.isr, HosiHiH'
WT S. GRINBAUM Co.
r'urimritlHi nmf t'uututhtluH Mrirhanl;
H Cauiorkia St., San f rakoscii-
Si-tcUI facvUttes for ami tsaticutar all nik-u wU to
sjjasif ntrurnls 0 1-Ja.fd uroducc a
C'A-im-xiiMe Chirr Mttuafiirlury,
No, i) .iii-i SisstT ItQiiouie
llils Iis4tk-lnviiSsralLn-r t-evcr.ee Is La aaU at all the
leaduur salwoA la the cuy. Orders frwa the other
uunasprsiMijciv'its-uar-i to. i-,-.
C'llMlls JsfMMHVirrsf OMi
,s, ,,,,. ,,, nt,,,,H. I-
rSasucal C' orV.sk orr. rVssry Cuoi RJsJ kUker.
HsSMtasT Tl Flutes Uwrt, tavissec fM awl HtstttM
iilrln mil.tr, .Irirrler, I'.nirnrrr, m,,l
Ni III four STMteT lll.Mnllll
All orders f.iiMu.lf ectiteL n
T AWHENCB ft I'REETII,
Ilarn and rttllmalM furrj.lir.1 (or WnV of Con
MnKtl, Llttl Knlnmine ami 8ureyln-. Office,
earner of ItsleltnnwiU An.t Kttauea Mteets, tte-l door
to VViilemtnn' lick wttrehoiKe.
lltiul tlinl ,l,fln,lkrr.
Hoots anil Shoes maite to Oriter.
No. in I'nrr Sr., urrmitr I'jumirns STAtur.
TrOLLISTBK ft Co,
IHiolenilr ami llrlnll Jriifi'W unit 7V
rVrrrriutW. No. S9 Ni iiaki Sierrr llnyr.it It
P II. OEDINor
'j-yrrree ,iti.l tlrtlfimtn,
I'reiglit, Pad-get, ami lljjmge ilelirrrei! 10 ami from
all partt(of Honolulu ami ticimty. Careful at
tention rrsirl 10 morinrt Furniture, will,
WAOONS KXI'KKSSt.V COR Till: PURPOSE.
Telephone MJ Resilience jj PitrKhUml tlrrel.
Office, 86 King Slreel. laii
PHILLIPS ft Co.
ilmrlrr tlnil II l,ntr,tlf llrnlrr It, r toll,
lull. Until, Miiif. ,, Jlrn' t-'ttr-
1 1 'ii 1 HI tinmt, I illlri llnnil, ;,.,
II KAAjlUMAK" .SfHT ItoVnlllll'
QHARLES T. GULICK,
Xtilillll Vulillr, .tyrnl In .- .trl.lmlrilr.
tiirnl In Uttinr Cniitinrln, ttml
Oflirntt lliitlnrtt Atl'llC
Office In Makee ' lllocli, at corner Queen ami Kaatiii
iiiami iireeis. Honolulu iy
O J. LEVEY ft CO..
lintrmilf nnil Jtrl.ill llrnrrr,
fOKT bTRCIT . . .ItoMILlLe
Fresh j-roceries and pros isions of all kinds on hand anil
".ei-c-i-cBuiariyirom r uropennd America s-hich
will he sold at Ihe lowest market rates.
v.--.... .i-rn.cr-.il to any part r.i tne city Iree ot chsrjre.
(sUnil orders oliciledan.l prompt attention will be
Kivcn in inc same. 11s.1v
AXTONG LEONG ft CO.,
.IWHI fur Mtminil Siifitr, f'r'-im-r lltrr
And Kattua Kice Plantation and Mill.
M-t-AMJ Srnrirr . . ..Cnavi-a .Masinr
TPHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.,
(I.stk (akiov, Ouret K. Co.)
Tiiiiiiiilrrn nml t'iiliiinltiiii Mrrrliitnl.
Llosd's and the Llicrp
llrillsh and Foreit-n M:
1 Marine Insurance Comi-anv. and
Northern Assurance C ompait).
A W.. RICHARDSON ft Co "
!uroi-TritSAM ll-.ur-i in
limit, Slmm, 7'Ml-lj-iflif Omul, lint,
Villi, Trim)., lllr,
Perfumery and Soaps, VViJiham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
ClBr.F Four ANuMlkCMANTStIIKPTS, HoNOLlLt
r E. WILLIAMS,
IllFORTER AN!- DkaLKH in
I'ltrnlliirr nf Krrry ltmrrliitlnii. At,,
Viiliutlrrrr unit Miiniifiictiirrr.
Furniture VV'arcrooms No. 109 Fort Street. Work.
-.ho-l at old stand un Hotel .Street. All orders promplly
all ended to. ' J, '
OHN T. WATERHOUSE,
MRS. LLON HkJF.VN Proprietress
NUH11FR1S4 IIothi. Street.
.Ural .Serrrtl at All lltiitr nf the Hay,
Special terms for regubr boarders. The only suita-
tile firtvrt ! hhim Tern n.. if. t -. i. - -
" ! . ivuiii (i sure isji lasJI:.ss,
HACKFELD & Co.
Ornrrtil t'oinnilnnliti, Aiirnl.
IJCFES STREET ... HoNOLytU
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Imiiorlrrn nml Co',iinil,loi, Mrrclmnt.
Homilulu Oahc, II. I
T HOPP & Co., 74 KinB itreet,
tntiiorlrr ami ilniiiifarlnrrr nf Krrru
llrrrliillon of riiriiltmr.
To THE I.AUIKS : Triinmines, Tassels, Gimps. 5iik
siu uiescry snaue-i-arior acts restulled,
covered, (olished and made equal to
new, Mattresses re-inade and
cleaned at short
We are noteil for first-class work and moderate
TILLINGHAM & Co.
Iiiijinrlrr ami Dealer It, llanlwarr. Cut
Paints ami Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 37 Fiirt Street Honolvlv
W. PEIRCB ot Lo.
Clinmllrr alnl Ctimitih'laM Mer-
Ilosjoti'U', Hawaiisn Islam.
A tvatnlst f.mr llrin.lV sfl.sn. an.l II I. t It
r' j)ai rain K titer.
G. IRWIN & Lo.
Hiiyitr I'ltetor uml l',iinii,ll,ii, Ailtnt.
CI-Al'SsrRECkElS. VSSI. 0. IRWIN.
P P. ADAMS,
.liirtluitrrr nml Cuiiimtflun Mrrehunl,
Qi Ri Street Hdnuhi.u
P A. SCIIAEFER A Lo.
imimrlrr atul Vttmmtalon Mrrrhtinl,
Mrvi.II ANT STRRET, ...HltKOU'lU
ILDER H Co.
Lumber, Vnlitt, Oil, Xallt, ami Hull. liny
MiilerliiUatf erery k tail.
C-ur. Fhrt AwnQeM St
T WILLIAMS 4 Co.
loe asn lot Fort Sirrrt . .HnNr.iiu
ISctures of all sires ami kind. niad. In arAer miu!
fraases of all dess-tfisionsconslaiiiiy un ftaod. Also
Corals. Shclli ami Curiosities vf W Paitnc. t
A LLEN a'rOBINSON,
tlralrr in l.umtrnu,l all IttmU of IIhIIU-
f hi U.iterl.tl, I'ltlnt, OH. Asilla, err.,
loKouie, II, I.,
AI.RkrS Mr tCIIOUNRKS
HaleaiaU, KuUsau, Ktkauluoht, Mary Euro,
, UlUou. PauiU usd LeabL
At Kobuison's Wluif. 1
MiMtrtera of llenrral Mrrrhandtm from
Ira net, tCul,tml, tlrrimiHV MNtl
I'm ItrU tuule.
Nuvaa WshchvhtSihrrt Hcinouiu
116 ASOsilCaurwRU Srsxar Stu Frarciuo.
ISustculir ftttasssissa IsskiTjS gll:- aisd ahiudu. is-
Uo4 orders. s
gD. C, ROWIt,
HoetM ssaiai mUgm rmMtr,
KiS. IO KtSSS SrRHT ,, ., , . .lluKsU'L
r YONS ft LEVEY,
.turllnnrrr unit I'minnlflniF llrrrfuinli,
llr-Atm IIixitk, fnF-i St-rfT, I'Wh rill'.
Sales of Furniture. StotV, Real Klle ami Oeneral
Merehar!te nremititlv aiteAlM ia.
Amtf fuu ami Kitroiwi ritnaiNfc.
"W AaM for
!mpr(er of Antenran Jeotlry of ettry ilevjlc.
lion. (Formerly ol San Frnr, Califorf.) y
T EWERS ft COOKE,
CePcc-imn to I imih ft III KSftN,)
ItiiiHtrtrr ,iii,I llrftlrrn lit l.tlmhrr tttiil nil
l.ltnln f Hull, Iin, Mnirrtnl:
Font Smrar . .Honoihui
W McCHESHEY ft SON,
f.rrtttrrt Ithtr, Tn hnr ntfl Vommlmnhnt
Agcnti for the HoyalS-JdpComjsiny
No. 4- tjirrx Srair.T.
- C. COLEMAN
ltorr .Short Hft
rbntaiion Macdiner). etc
nvt to tAMle & Cooke's.
IShop dti Klnjj .Street,
TliiilCopp-r ami SUrt-t iron Ut.rf.rr,
Storm tout ttmiffM.
of till tinJ, I'lumlrt scxk and meuliit )At furnuh
Injf g'afcj, chAndel.erf UnifM, etc
iV.. 8 Kakimanu .Stkprt .MnNoiftr
T M. OAT & Co.
.sitttmolrr, tUtty uf tilt Itmrrlpthm
" utmtr unit rrn$trrt.
i.rNOLlU ...... . , . . II. I
Ixfi in A, F. CooVe'n new fireiFr-" IrtnlJinn, foot ol
Nuuanu Strrrt ,3
pMMKLUTH & Co.,
TliiHiilttti fimt VhtnthrrM, l.rntrrx In
Storrm, !inHrt Ttii,
So. 5 XhaJsu Stibt .n.-.oifii
T W. GIRVIN.
t'nutntMfttmi Mrrrhtutt unit fjriirrttl trtitrr
Waili Kt, .Mai 1 ...
Orocrries. Hardware. Stationer). Patent .Medtctm.
rcnumcry anu iJiaiwware
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
.Strum Kiiylnr, llnllrr, .Siiynr Mill,
Uotilrr, Iron, Urn ami .rati Vrntttnti.
HoSOILLU .. . . ,. .11, 1
Machinery of every descriiAion made to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's Ulacksmithing.
Job work cvecuted on the shortest notice 10
"pIIOS. G. THRUM,
IllrORTING AND MaNUFACTCRIRG
Matlotirr, Xrir Ayrnt, I'rlntrr, lloak
liltiilrr.rtr,, And publisher ot the SATl'ROAV pRESS.and Hawtil.
an Almanac and Annual. Merchant street. Dear.
er in Fine Stationery, Honks, Music, Toys and Fancy
uusius, rori street, near Hotel, lionoillllt.
S. CLEGHORN & Cj.
Iitii.ortrM nttl Drntrra in tfenrrttl ,M-r-
ri ft fi(f.
Corner Queen ami Kaahumanu Streets. Honolulu.
DOLLES .Si Co.
Shi. Chaitillrr nml Ci.miut'to.. MrrcJm.ttM
QUUEN STHRRT. HoOLLLtf. 11. I.,
Imtortcnantl lealerin General Merchand!e. 1
Cnriirntrr nml Jlttlltlrr.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Williamson's Impress Office.
Shof, No. 8, King street Hoholi.li'
T AINE & Lo.
Importers and dealers In Ha), Grain and General
HoNOLtLV .. .11.1
JJ E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Clrocer ami Vrett Stuff.
Cur. Kino ash Fort Sts lldsoLiau
1UTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
J-'iiMitiitiahlf llrr anil Vloak Makrr.
No. 104 FortStreet Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Imiutrtrr ami Jlralrr Ih fllnmirarr,
Mrrlilrtt Sllrer-Vlutr.l Hare,
No. 44 Fort Street .. . . ..Hosior.tt.vt
KIns Combination Spectacles and K,cr;Usses,
I ustnil Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, IScture Frames, Pis
tols, Woslenhulm's Posket Cutler), Powder, Shot ami
Ammunition, Clark's Spieil Cottmt, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "lmestic" Papei Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Ll,(ht
Running Doineslk Sewing Machine,
-pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
HONOLILI, II. I.
It't-f, Vral. Mnlt1.11, I mi mli, I'oulliy
Consuntl) ot hand, and of (hoWest (tiiality. IVjcVi
Sauai;es, llolocnas etc, alwa)s on hand. Our meats
are an cut. arm put up in tjstern sl)l. All onlerf
fauhfullv atleuded to, and delivered in any purl of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, t-iween Union arid Fort
.Sireets. (40-oral (J. KAUI'P, Proprietor.
1J AVV.VIIAN HKI.1.1 KI.EPIIONK COMPANY.
IIKItVVTIOS or It AT US.
Fmb and sfter Se(JaUr jo, lllj, the Telephones
uf this Omuany within th. District of I tonululu w ill be
reuled at the follow uio; reduced rales v-ti 1y
For places of business...,.., .jjtsl per month.
For prima residence..,,., ..400 per month.
Vi)abU uattcrly in advance.
J. U IlkOVVN, Secretar).
Honolulu, Sept, , 1W1. 160. sw
The uadeoifucsl wtMikl most rois-cifully notify the
puoiu; inat ne rus UsuiU out .sir. 1-ste s Itilciesi in the
atnvt snatktl ami lM he is prtpalej lo furoUh the best
Pork, Vssal avad
llit market affords, at the lowest rates.
J. OrORGK GRAY.
TC)riCt. -Alt persons aif hereby warned SfRiUts
i.sl slssluia or trcstusslnj In any wy upsui the
la, J. of ih. fIaWAIIatV KVNCII COMPANY U
NV aulas, bordered by lite Opwuls aeek ami ihe VVat,
sttca. river, wuhoul the cunscnl ol ttw undcrsitvesL
M. HICKSOS', Maoajei
HoooluUi, Au.sutat.iMs. l-)xs
At the Annual alectlsr tj th Siarkts.JJf if ,V
Punt. Sustar Milt 114 this day, the (oMowing were
elected oVCVsers Cssr the casuim year,
F, A. KiiAEvaa, PrvsUsns
I. llcriiKG, rreasurei
II. Krrs, Sesrexars
I, II. Patt, Auditor.
HoojJalo, OtoUf i;, iWs II. KF.NJES.
Jr., are tvv itvat srrjjeW it ssassj any fsinher uo-
IseSISWI M0U4 hosts.
. " HOIXIoltk CO.
esther llfcn. W. KUI I 11 .uv II LI.-r'Sli-rWL-s
ISIIOP ft Co.
Drier Ftthan-e on
llowttrtr. II I
Tin: hank or cai ifornujw, n
nr.n vijkk, HCWip.V,
MeMrt, M. M, MOtTHSCHIU) SONS trekfeo.
IheKIF.NTAI. HANK CrWlir,,? lrXrT
Ami iMr HnMhn In
HONCJKONfJ, !YI)NI.Yt .VIFt.HOURN!:,
7hiiiwl a Gtnintl Hinting- lluiinttt.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN .
Iltnl t:tlr llrnhrr ,111, 1 .'i;,(,;nie,,r
HftfNH!., II I
KehU Rrimns UltaftM, Miw.j-f,,. Miliar! J,,
rAI HtatltiM a.Jt Lfs.(Uu i.i., .
fouml fvW tlwi-sst- keckinui rt l. T1 i siU., lat .
mm , - - ----'- mss ".-'-. wt-t. ru'i tfj mtwittys
of businesa rnnneetesl with these IskamU Ur.sl uocu.
mttils drawn, Hills CoHeded, llok. and AtCteintstere
and general oflke work transweled PalrrrdFesoTMiird
Lommitelon rmalerate ,
Q W. MACPARLANU a Co.
Ittilmrtrr Hint ri,urr'ef tlrrrlitttil.
Cor Fort ami (jiRRt.SrsRFT ,.K .... Ilovou'ur
'pie CtlaiKOw and Honolulu Une ot Packets,
John liar Cm't Uverrwl l.tneVtC Packets.
I lie VVaikapu Plantatlswl.
'FheSpenrer Itantation, llito.
Itvkabu Plantation, Hilo.
Mirlee, I ail VV'alson, Sujar Cornnny.
Ihe 1'uuloa Sheep Kaneh Cnrnpany;
-ASTLE & COOKE,
.1,f;i;ifi,f nml Commfeeoii
Nis KiNr. Street
lUPDRTRRA ARD bEALFRS IM
The Hitchcock tc Company's Ptantansn.
Ilie Aletander A. Ilaldwm rlaj.lan.Ki.
k naistrad or vsaialua llantation.
A II. Smith ft Conrpaay, KaIoo. I
J. M Aleiander. Ilailii, Maul
1 ne f latktt .sufar Lompany.
The Kohala Suar Compan).
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franieseu.
41" .FT P:nl-,11 l-fe Insurance Company of Hoslr.
Ihe lllake Manufacturing Company of llosion.
y. ... ,rs,on raieni sntnlujral Matnines.
Irie Nesr V'otkarut Honolulu Priket Une.
Ihe Vlerchant's I be, Honolulu ami San Francisco
Dr. lasnes A S.mi's I elVtwat.! Vlr::n.
VVllcov Clihh's Sini-er Mannfacrurin,; Company.
VV heeler. VVilsoir. Sewlna; Machines.
Wholesale and Ratnil Oroosri
Na 67 Hotil Street.
(Campbell Fire-proof Duildinj: )
l'lfli tlno.lt t'nntlnunlly nn tlir Wny.
Island Putter always on hanj.
TFLErilONE No. mo- I5lf
TNO. O. FOWLER 4t Co.,
.Irr prfparrtl .to fitrnhh I'lan amlyEitl
ttiatf for .Slrrl
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAITFI) FOR SUGAR PL.V. STATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and !comotives and cars, Trac.
nw (.urines ana KOau locoinotises. Means
Ploujlunr ami Culiivatine; Machineiy, Port
able r.nines for all porposes, U inding
.nir or inclines.
Latalocues wnh HluAiratloos, Mattel, and Phcto
aphs of the alwre Planls and Machinery may be seen
the clf.cea of the undertiTrml- W I fzu I lsr ..,
. W MACrAKI-VNl;&.tO.. Agents for no. Fow
ler & Co. mm
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SimiNG I.V IIKICK.
i : ji m i: t. v t it ,f co.,
No. j Nuvam Street Honou-il
Sole ajents for these islands. Tlie It co..kinc aix
paratus lor the I'lanution, llivdor rami!),
RANOIS tTXTUKF.S such asV,
Oralr liar; Kir.,
Always in stock.
Kxnlicit directksns f.se siiiny .... Bn-nn...nnu .--.-
ItWe. ' ' "
Circulars ami rricu on crVro. izi.yr
IORT.STRKLT STORK, IlKFAVRR'S Ill.OCk,
CAR RE FOISU A Flit, ASWRTSIFXT Or
Fines and CustumorcioJ Stationary,
CONSISTIRO III FART UF
Note. Utter. Cap, Usal and H.ll Pap,,,
OoM, Steel and t ,'udl Pen.,
sir.i. u-...: i e- - y -
" ........m .nt s-s,ytnR id. a,
Carm'.ne, Vlolel and lllue Inks,
s. labers, Outlnetk. and Grossberser
ii, , ciiiitHuerk, tsuoo, Kuorer, lclfuli4o:
Papetenes. Vls.lin Cards,
tais If"", Note and Memo I ablets and Hlueki
in Maniu and fine gaper, .
STOVKlA AUTOMATIC SHADING PEN
IS) SRVRRAt, SURA,
Ver) Useful in Ornamealal Wo
INK POWDF.RS, VARIOUS CCH.OK.S,
FUR lS WUH THE SvtMR.
Pas., Meino, itnve. Order. Receipt, ILjtrt is.) and
Letter Hooks. w"
Slann's (Manila) ami trench (while) Cop) me' Paper.
lUank Hooks hi Varuw. bues and M) Us uf SVuhn,.
Special or estra LtrE bveka nade wi to ceatef front
WtS'ON"S I.INEN RLC0R1) PVPFR,
V (USirRTEKT rORRKlN HOSSUSN, ''
In Ana- Strle DssUetL
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