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The cultivation of rice in these is
lands was in its infancy in 1861. Mr.
Ilnlstcin, curator of the Agricultural
gardens in Nutianti Valley, and Dr.
Js. P. I'ord, at Ewa, were the pioneers
in rice growing, demonstrating hy their
experiments that it roufd lc cultivated
profitably, Mr. Ilolstcin wrote: "I
reaped from a rice patch the enormous
yield of one and a half pounds per square
yard. An acre of land contains .1,8.10
quart, yards, which at one and a half
pounds per yard, would give the enor
mous yield of 7,26. pounds for one
crop, or 1.1,520 pounds in nine months,
if two crops were raised. Who, after
this, will hesitate to go into the rice
I'hc Haiku Plantation, Kast Maui,
owned by a company of stockholders,
w'ts commenced in 18O1, under direc
tion of the following duly elected offi
rcrs 1 Wm. Hillehrand, president;
II. 0, II. Holdsworth, vice-president ;
Morons Stapcnhorst, treasurer; Samuel
Savidc, auditor; M. I!. Jlcckwith,
In October, 1861, Mr. Doircn, con
nected with the Roman Catholic mis
sion at Honolulu, was commissioned by
the government to travel among the
natives on this island to vaccinate
them for the small-pox. He reported
that he h.id met, in the vicinity of the
city, with numerous cases of a "disease
resembling leprosy," and which had
proved fatal in many instances.
October 27th, arrived Mr Alfred
Caldwell, appointed United States con
stil at Honolulu, in the, place of J. A.
Parker, who had requested to be re
called. Mr. Caldwell was a Virginian,
a little man in person, but large ami
high-tdned in feeling, proud of his na
tive Mate. He had been a lawyer of
extensive practice as well as a promi
An operatic and dramatic troupe
arrived from San Francisco on the 27th,
and had a short but successful season
at the Royal Hawaiian Theatre. The
star of the company was the world-re
nowned Madame F.liza liiscaccianti.
In November the Poljhesian news
paper office ceased to be the Govern-
ment Press, haviim been leased to Mr.
A. Fomandcr, who continued to conduct
it until it was finally discontinued and
succeeded by the Caret., in 18G3.
In the fall of 186 1 the fever for rice
growing prevailed on Oaliu. Prince
Lot, Doctor Ford, R. Gilliland, and
others engaged in the business : and
some 500 acres in all were planted.
The sanguine ones declared that there
was no reason why we should not Dro
it JS?, ' (luce ;. 000.000 Dottnds nnniinllv. Tin.
cultivation of cotton also began to at
tract attention, and some three hui
drcd natives on Oaliu were induced by
the persuasions of the Hon. John Ii to
engage in its cultivation. The Civil
war in the States had interrupted (lie
exportation of cotton, causing a Large
rise in the price of that article.
November 8th, Mr. J. A. Hassinger,
who was then surveyor of the port of
iionoiuiu, seized a quantity or brandy,
four five gallon kegs, and some cases
of wine, at Ewa, near the residence of
victor Jjhancercl, the proprietor of the
French Hotel. Judge Davis, the police
magistrate, fined the captain of the
whale ship Gustave, from which the
liquor came, in the sum of $250, and
declared the liquor and boats conns
cated. On examining the ship a fur
ther seizure of liquors was made, being
a quantity not reported at the custom
house, in accordance with the laws,
and the ship was libelled. The admi
ralty court decreed the forfeiture of
the ship to the Hawaiian Government,
but the minister of finance, at the
solicitation of the French consul, re
mitted the forfeiture of the ship on the
payment of a fine of $1000.
NovemUr 1st, Mr. Henry McCough
try, who had satisfactorily filled the
office of registrar of public accounts in
f'lne I'overnment trcasiii-v far the nriv
vtous seven years, resigned, on account
of ill-health, and was succeeded by Mr.
J. E. Chapman.
November 2.th, near Kaupakuea,
Hilo, a brutal murder was committed,
the victim being John Kly, for many
years pilot of the port of Hilo His
wife, an old native woman, was also so
badly cut that she survived only a few
hours, and was unable to give any
information as to the perpetrators of
the crimes, who remain unknown to
this day. Kly was about 70 years ot
it,".-, iiuu was Known to nave some
$25,000 in coin, to obtain which was
doubtless the object of the assassins.
Hut h liaprwned that the old inan had
a short jltnie before deposited his money
with Mr". Pitman, at Hilo., so that they
got nothing of much value. Mr. Pit
man was Kly's heir by will.
December 8th, John F. Colbum, for
a number of years a well-known resi
dent of Honolulu, died quite Middcnly.
He was a popular auctioneer, and had
been for years an active member of the
fire rieiMrtmcnt. He was a native of
New York city. He left a widow and
December 5th two severe shocks of
aarthquake were felt in Honolulu at
about noon. Kverybody felt The shakes
and some were thrown on" their balance,
In some houses the plastering of the
ceiling was shaken down, and the in
mates leA the buildings in alarm. At
the court house where a case in banco
was in progress, lawyers and clients
made a stanqiede for theoien air. The
, yucnomena 01 cartn tremors, though
i not infrequent on Hawaii, were very
seldom felt in Oahu.
.,!" December, a cavalry company
vuiumecr; was organized in Honolulu,
with a list of seventy active members.
The followinu list of officers elected" for
,v the year 1862, comprises some names
inai wm ue laminar to old residents;
Cl-uLj Wi Vincent, captain; Chas. H.
Judd, senior lieutenant; M. R. Harvey,
irst lieutenant; Win. Duncan, second
lieutenant; Win. H. Dimond, third
Keuienant; Dr, G. V, Judd, burgeon,
with rink of lieutenant; Dr. H. Stangen
wakl, astktant surgeon; Rev. Eli Cor
in, chapUiw; Paul F. Manini, quarter-
; nenry loitmell, assistant
; K,"K Waltewan, orderly
sergeant; Win. Hcnnctt, second ser
geant; J. N. Oilman, third sergeant;
Koiicrt heir, rotirth sergeant; Win. S.
Wond, first corporal; Jerome Feary,
second corporal; Jas. 1 Lewis, third
corporal; H. J. Nolle, fourth corporal;
Wm. W. Hall, first cornet; E. II.
Iloyd, second cornet; W. E. Hcrrick,
first bugler; Jacob Hatch, second
bugler; H. (!. Crabbe, secretary; H. V.
Durham, assistant secretary.
The total number of whalers arriving
at these islands durinir the fall season
of 861 was 68, being only about half
as many as touched here the previous
year, and 150 less than in i8c;8. The
civil war in America had a great deal
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i" mi mil iiiiiiiiiimuii 111 ine num
ber of whalers. The season's catch
was 2013 barrels sperm, 50,575 barrels
right whale, and 659,500 pounds bone.
December 22nd, at about half-past
seven o'clock a.m., another severe shock
of earthquake was felt all over the
island of island of Oahu. There were
ten or twelve vibrations from east to
west, distinctly perceptible to persons
who were cither sitting or walking.
The shock was accompanied by a noise
like the rushing of a mighty gale of
wind. some persons declared that
they felt an electric shock in the knees,
In the harbor fish were observed on the
surface dying towards the sca, while
the water was so agfratcd that vessels
were set to rock violently. At Hast
Mam, December 15th, at about half
past .) o'clock in the morning, a severe
shock w.is felt which awoke all the
Lady Franklin arrived at Honolulu
December 19 (her second visit) from
San Francisco, and sailed the next day
for Japan and China, en route for
December 21st, at Kau. Hawaii.
died the Rev: W. C. Shipman, pastor
01 111c native cnurcli and a missionary,
of the American Hoard, aged ,37 years.
The announcement of the ' sudden
death of this missionary, in the prime
of life and in the midst of his useful
ness, was received by all who knew
him with unfeigned sorrow. During
his missionary life of six years he had
established a reputation for great effici-
on ft ntmnmif ncimi i-n 1 --......... - .
asincce devmi to hb'S liS
left a widow and three children.
January, 6th, 18G2, was the day for
the election of representatives of the
people. The following were the suc
Oahu Honolulu : Godfrey Rhodes,
J. I. Dowsctt, II. Pomaikai, Wm. Web
ster. Ewa: Paul F. Manini. Waialua :
J. II. Kaakua. Koolauloa : A. M. Ka
halawai. Koolaupoko : G. Ilarcnaba.
Maui Lahaina: D. D. lialdwin, S.
D. Kahookano. Kaanapali: J. II.
Muku. Wailuku: W. H. Kauwahi.
Makawao: M. Kapihe. liana: M.
Kahananui. Molokai and Lanai : R.
II. Hitchcock, J. Alapai. Hawaii
Hilo: L. Kanaa. S. Kini. Hamnknn
C C. Harris. Kohala ; Panatia. North
Kona: J. II. Kamalo. South Kona:
J, A. Kahookaumaha. Puna : E. Ma
kaioulu, Kaukauhane. Kauai liana,
let: A. S. Nuuanu. Koloa: H. A.
Wideman. Waimea: S. Knudscn.
11 iu ue ouscrvco mat there were
but nine foreigners out of the 26 mem
bers, which in those days was less than
the usual proportion. Among the note
worthy incidents of the election in
Honolulu was the appearance of a
large procession some Soo Catholic
voters, who Inarched in a body to the
polls. ThisVas the first instance of a
thorough party organization by the
Catholic's. They were accompanied
by no less distinguished a nersnnn.n
than Mr. Perrin, the Conimtsioner of
l ranee, who deliberately nosted. him,
self, hat in hand, at an open window of
inc court nouse, adjoining the ballot
box, while the Catholics voted, after
which he left. No little indignation
was felt and expressed at this semblance
of interference in our elections l?y a
January 12th, died in Honolulu
Mrs. Jane Voting LahilaJiI Kaeo, wife
of Hon. Joshua Kaeo of the house of
nobles, and sister to Jdlih Young,
formerly minister of the. interior.
She was thus an aunt of Her Alaiestv
Queen Emma.,. She was the youngest
daughter of the old pioneer Knuli.hman
John Young and thechiefess Kiowana-
eiia, and therefore descended from Ha-
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According to the Popular Science
Monthly there tirows on the west coaii
of England a sort of sea grass (porphynv,
l-.ririif s ii.ltif.li tp .. ....!.. ...... .!.
...-...i... Mi1n.11 in iiuiuu iiuu auiiieimng
very iikc ureau. in me main it is
gathered by women; they then wash and
pmcK an other plants carelully from it
niter mis it is boiled lor some two
hours; then the niass is cut in peices
with knives, and needed into loaves.
Oatmeal is then strewed over to give it
greater cohesion and a more inviting
appearance, and then it is baked. It
keeps in summer for four days, and in
winter for eight. Many women on the
coast of Devonshire earn their living
by selling this brend, and most of it is
wm to Swansea (in Wales), where it. is
much liked by the poorer classes.
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The London lancet says that ta
Auberine-cn-Royans, a yi'lagc in the
Dauphme, situated between Valance
and Grenoble, may be seen an old
woman living in a hut, in'a narrow-street,
who has reached the extraordinary age
of 123 years. She has no infirmity
except slight deafness, being in full
possession 01 Her mental faculties.
Accord.ni; to her inarraiL-e certificate
she completed in January last her tooth
year since marraige.
England does not like the latest
news from Tomuiin. A war lietween
1 ranee and China would jeopardize
lintish interests, aiftl iierhaps comiiel
England to take a hand.
Englishmen are begining to sec the
propriety of giving women employ
ment in the postoffices of that coumrv.
So says the London Sjwctator.
Yellow fever, is epidemic at both
tVcapulco and Panama. There u nm
alarm in San Francisco.
HONOLULU," HAWAIIAN 7sLAffil?MBEJls! 1883.
.i.v irixi'.n 1 xr tsr.ASDr.n.
Jir lli,lt,ti)i MnrKrlM nf'l'rtnm.
The markets of San Francisco arc
such as the starving man dreams of.
They are wonderful studies of stilt life
and the artist who seeks to paint one
stall- such as I could direct him to -will
very soon run-through the whole
gamut of color and exhausCTils ingenu
ity in new combinations.
There was a time when the infre
quent peddler, with lungs like a
smithy's bellows, cried his wares over
the town from dawn till dark. I re
member a part of the refrain that was
sitng in my childish cars every day the
whole year round, and began "Cab
bage, tatcrs, onions, wild ducks, wild
geese, colly-flower, etc etc." I don't
remember that this appetizing catalogue
was ever changed so long as that par
ticular peddler lived; his voice was
brazen and he trumpeted so bravely
that he could be heard in trtsctndo
and diminutndo (or full half an hour;
and there were soilo voce interludes
during which he bargained with female
figure-heads in towels of curl-papers
that ornamented the adjacent windows.
As a musical effort it was not so
successful as the famous "Turkish
Patrol," but the fellow drove a very
good business and a very bad nag.
The vegetable garden is still on
wheels and it is attractive, for the huge
wagons arc well stocked with the pro
duce of suburban Italian gardens, while
the drivers of the wagons, being sons
of sunny Italy, arc 'low-voiced when
not agitated there is nothing very
agitating in the transition of two-bits'
worth of peas or asparagus.
The peripatetic coolie with his bas
kets and pole, has .won the confidence
of many a thrifty house-wife; and
though he has been dogged by hood
lums from the hour of his arrival, he
can still smile and smile through the
tightest bargain and it pays him.
The fish horn is likewise audible,
and the Lenten Market is fishy to a de
gree. Most "of the year one hears the
clack of the fruit-seller's tongue; but
the great markets are monopolising the
hulk of trade in both fruit and meats.
For the best cuts and the largest assort
ment one docs not look to the neigh
boring shop, even though it be in his
parish and is vastly convenient.
In early days, when Washington
Market was the head centre of all
Dutcncruom, tjansome Street, just
below the market, was lined for two
blocks with a double row of vegetable
wagons, and the jarcon of the vendors
echoed the clamor of the most clamor
ous quarter of Naples.
1 nerc is more tramc and more re
pose because there is more method
in me great uaiuorma .Market or to-dav.
and the old Washington establishment
" smells to heaven " with its shoals of
The Thanksgiving, Christmas and
New Years' market days are features of
I'risco hie. such marvelous masses of
meat so skillfully dressed that one
might imagine an artist had frescoed
them; sausage necklaces; all the treas
ures of the sea laid bare yet still
glossed with the sheen of their natural
element; everything edible that grows
clustered artistically and looking like
ueus ot nowcrs. flowers l" great
hanging gardens of them perfuming the
market place,, and mingling with the
odors of gne fresh from the forests
and the glades.
Supping in one of the oyster shops
in the market, late at night, one hears
the quail pipe and the geese discharge
a peremptory note with the promptness
ot a catapult. All the birds of the air
are sighing and sobbing and a nxstoral
is being enacted under the oyster shons'
windows that might inspire the pen of
virgu or ineocratus.
To .this accompaniment one Inay
order a duck dinner, and such wild
notes arc in order when you sit down
to discuss a dish-of goose with sai?e
For color and fragrance the fruit
market vies with the veriest rose-garden.
Square yards of raspberries, black, red,
and white, transient, puffed up with
the fullness of sunshine and honey ;
the perennial strawberry, conspicuous
and colossal ; blackberries, pulpy and
succulent; currents as big as little cher
ries ; cherries big enough to make two
bites of ; great grapes, like sacks of
wine of every conceivable tint ; a glow
of ripe apples, rich pears, plump and
mellow plums, and an after-glow of
peaches, radiantly beautiful ; lemons,
fjom Sicily ; limes from Tahiti ; b.v
nanas troin Hawaii : the fie and the
rorangc of California, and many a ham
l-i ui tun iiima iiuiii mcxico.
.In season, the docks are lined with
green mountains of melons, while the
ir.urs ajiu me boats mat come in from
the niral districts seem freighted with
rainbows, and scatter fragrance by the
u). j.vcn me waters 01 me Day are at
times Ootted with drifting cocoa-nuts.
empty orange crates, and bushels of
The Italian, vegetable gardens once
lay between the city and Mission
Dolores. There are still gardens about
the mission, and the Chinaman has
worked his vayn with the Italian ;
but the great gardens that supply the
markets now lie further to the south.
along the line of the railway and be
tween it and the sea. You may know
them in thovdistapec tyjhc regiments
oC windmills that are continually whirl
ing in the strong west'wind, by the
high flgmes that feed, the gardens in
the dr)' season, by the evjuisitc neat
ness, freshness, and bea.ijtyof the val
leys and hillslones where the gardens
are lam. -
'Most of the produce is driven into
town by night, over long, dusty, wind
ing roads. Some of it is shlpied by
rail, but probably the Italian gardener in
the distant suburb would if enm-qugs-tioncd
have something to say of mono
know a vale that opens upon the
sea ; it is more than a score ot inKcs
from the city, and there the climate
milder, the winds less har.h, and there
is more sunshine to the sciuare'inc...
I hat vale is as fragrant as Paradise.
and green as the glades of Arcadia; a
cluster ot. hovel; is hidden under a
canopy of yuwhi. Exiles dwell there
-a little company of men, women, and
children. The crucifix is above the
door ; a lamp burns before the Ma
donna within. Yet it is a garden I
write of, a vegetable garden and noth
ing else. Women pluck peas and let
tuce; mild eyed children, such as might
have sold doves in the Temple, pull the
dry leaves from the vine : a commu
nity of patient toilers to whom all days
and all seasons arc alike ; who send
their wagons, laden heavily, every night
into town ; whose only holiday is the
feast-day when the priest comes over
many a hill to visit them; who will
perhaps never again know rest as they
once knew it, hut have not known it
since they were driven out of their be
loved land by famine and taxation and
the lack of an opportunity to labor ;
who will probably never again sec that
land:yet all day and sometimes far into
the night the songs of Italy ring down
the giten gardenallcys and among the
These arc the chief anions thcpco!e
who furnish the market of San Fran
ciscoa market that beyond peradven
turc beats the world I
I'tntnl .SfirhiiH ttitttt.it.
Sarah K. Hnlten, in an article in
the New York Independent, treats at
length of the postollicc savings banks
of Great Britain, and incidentally
touches upon the system of postal tele
graph : "There arc now 6,302 post
office savings banks in the United
Kingdom. In the year -1880 there
were deposited $5i,.iQr,,i6o, being an
increase of $2,060,805 over the pre-
.-mn0 ..- 'PI... I . . .,
iuu- jK.11, 1 iiu i.ii(;oi iiniuuiu ue-
posited on any day was $410,220.
January 1st. The aggregate interest
earned by depositors since the opening
of these banks, is $-17,20-1,270.
"At about 2,000 postoffices in' Great
Uritain any man or woman in sound
health, between the ages of sixteen and
sixty, may insure his or her life for not
less than $100 nor more than $500. A
person between twenty-nine and thirty
may secure $500 at death by a monthly
payment of a trifle over one dollar.
I Ins payment may be so arranged that
it will cease at sixty. Life annuities
(pensions) may also be obtained a
great desideratum to working neonlc
whose only support in old age is the
strength of their hands in youth. Uy
me payment, between thirty and thirty-
one, of a lump sum of about $925, a
person receives fifty dollars yearly
' As is well known the government
in its postofficc buildings has the mono
poly of the telegraph in the United
Kingdom. It paid $50,000,000 for
the lines and in repairs, as they were in
bad condition when purchased. The
messages sent last year exceeded. by
3,719,828 the number of the year pre
vious. The charge to the public is
twenty-five cents for twenty words, and
to the press, twenty-five cents for one
hundred words. The net proceeds last
year paid the interest, and left about
$1 2,000 toward canceling the debt."
Thf aittiHt nf tlm frnlmt.
Our readers will remember that some
time ago we published a protest which
had been sent from Hawaii to the
Dritish Government against any annex
ation of islands in the Pacific. The
theory of the Hawaiian kingdom is,
that it is, or should be, the leadinc
state in the Pacific, and that a kind of
" Monroe doctrine" in its favor should
be passed respecting all the islands.
We surmised at the time that the
"move" was an American one, and
that the acute Yankees who pull the
strings in Honolulu were the parties
really at work in this matter. This has
been borne out by all our subsequent
intelligence. We understand that Sir
George Grey has received information
that on July 30th, a commissioner left
Honolulu with a Hawaiian flag, which
it was his intention to hoist in some of
the islands. The gentleman was, of
course, an American, and was dressed
in an impressive uniform. There are
about 25,000 Kanakas in Hawaii,
quite incapable of exercising any pow
ers of government or administration
over islands situated at a distance from
their own group, which itself is far dis
tant from the mass of the Pacific islands.
The natives themselves really care
nothing about the matter, and as for
the resident Americans, they are not
entitled to be taken into consideration.
I'hc American Government is far too
wise to make any interference on their
behalf. Arew Zealand Herald.
The Sacramento Record-Union says:
in. 1 ., . . .. v .
"u is pro oscu mat an international
fair, or world's cxiosition, 15c held in
San Francisco in the course of three or
four years. Our relation to the Orient,
our mid-world situation as to ap
proaches by sea, our transcontinental
connections, make the plan feasible. It
would appear to be now only a matter
of detail; of ways and means; of
methods. One of the first things is to
eet an expression from repiesentatiye
bodies on this coast, next to ask con
gressional endorsement, next to prepare
a superb exhibit for the world's fair at
New Orleans, and send there a delega
tion to begin the work. The new
scheme is original and practicable, we
think. Unless insuperable objections
can ue pointed out. it "would be wise to
call a council on the matter. It is
none too soon to begin."
It is generally conceded in the
United btates that President Arthur's
act in modifyini! Rule VIII of the
"Civil Service Commission Code" is
everywhere appd, It prohibits
utterly the consideration bv executive
departments of the political or religious
uias 01 any persons standing equal as
to qualifications," according to"he com
Ietitive examination. One paper says':
"It was a right thing to do to make
this amendment, and the President by
this act proves his friendship, for civil
Randall, Carlisle and Cox are Hemo.
fratk candidates for the sa.fe,hlp
V tUc.Ainer.can House of kenreson
lVes. Carlisle, who is said to have
.bll chance, is a f(ee trader. The
tates Senate is still Republican.
CMITH & THUnSTON, I W.
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No. it MKireiiANr Strpbt Ilinnii'Ut
(AV.iMfiW lit tSro.) .
Snr Hiniatkin, Railroad, Telephone and oilier Cor
poration SlocVi, llon,l nnd nlmilar SuritlM
llwniiT Attn Soil, nN Comhiwion.
Money tuned on Slock Secmllln.
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fnitimrtttr ill Litir
11ml Snlitfii 1'iibllr,
Cof Pukt Ann Mh-bciiant Stufft i,hlulii
lllnriiru, Sntlrllnr, Mr.,
No. 13 KauiuhIanii SrnKKT,
XXT R. CASTLH,
.Ittnrni-H nl l.nir mul Xnltli-) Vulillr.
Atlendl all ihe Cotntl nf the Kingdom. I
.tttnriiril mul lUiiiimrlnr ill l.mr.
TUCKER, M D..
(Recently of Oaklind, California,)
l'A (irFNRI) AN OFPICK
Al No. 17, Emma Street. Honolnln. It. I.
Onmite Cmma Square,
P.'1?"."0"-''""" lo 3- "'"' from I F. M.
lelcplione for Oflicc and Residence, No. 310.
T"RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Sitfuriiim mul lti,iii,ri,lhli- I'irWrmie.
Officii cnuxEK Kort anii IIkketania St..
nc. ir it-.m ... . .
W.....C ,,uiui, u nui 9 a. M.,nnuirom t-j ana 6:30-8 I'.Mr
JvT B. EMERSON, M. D.
V,erii, mul Xitriictiii.
I Fl HI HONK .M-MBFK 149.
Office hour from SJ$ to loji a. in.; i to 3 p. ni
Office mid Residence, No. a Klillii Mreel, corner Foil
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
liftittll ttimtitt ntl furl tVtrertt
Honolulu u. .
Ullice In Ilrencri lilocl.. corner llnla nn.l V.,ri
entrance on Hotel Street. 1
illiam b. McAllister,
rEKlUNFVTI.V IOCATFI1 IN IIOHOLDIt'.
Office, corner ol Kort and I lotd IUic;, 01 er Tregloan'n
'articular attention paid to restoration gold fdlincj.
RelyiiiBonBOodwoil. at reasonable charge to Cain
the confidence of ihe public 153 6 11
.Stork llil, rr.
T yUBKN STREET. HoNOI.tl.lt
.Member oTthe Honolulu Stock and llond Eachange.
I Prepared to bus- ami sell K,,., L. ni..l it..n.i. : .1...
open market, nl the Usual rale of commission.
Has money to loan on Stocks Small marglng re
quired on I one Contracts
Will advise a to Investments when requested.
JJ O. HALL ft SON (Limiied)
IMIVRTRR-ANI DEALERS IN
lliiritirtlrr mul tlritrrtil MrrelimulUr,
Cornkk of King anu Fort Strfkts, Honoi ulu
William W. Hall..
I. C Able. . .
P. C Jones, Jr.. .
Directors b. O.
- President and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
-; ;, Auditor
Hall, Oeorge b. Howe. 15a
Anent la Inter Arknoirlrilimrntil' In i7.m.
trnrln In I.,il,r.
Honolulu, Hawaii n Islands
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dockft.splanade. 15
CommfvWuitrr of Jrvlg
For ihe Stale of CaliforniH fir i.. !-,., ::, i .1 .
, - -- --. 1 .. ... asuniiiH isiauuv
and l.enera! Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. , ,a
Inkn Ackitauleiluiiiriili to V1111-
Iriirln fur l.nlnir.
Intkkiok Officii Honoiulu-
JOHN h. paty,
Kolitri) I'ubllr mul Coi,iiI,mIii nf lrr,tm,
For the, .States of California and New Votk, Office
at the Hank of llishop &-(o.
Honoi ulu, Oiiu, II. I. ,
P T. LENEHAN ft Co.
fiii.nirrrra 11ml C'miifWo,i Mrrrhmitu.
Ni'Uam' Stkket, Honolulu,
T YCAN ft CO,
riitiartrr mul Itmltri In till khi.tm of
Millie tinoiti, filnru tluoil;
No. ioj anii 107 Font Street Honolulu
Furniture, Chalrf, Scwinj Machines, XlliroVs and
Minor I lues, Picture frames and Cornices made lo
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
Utnrral Mrrrnntllrtiml I'oimnUtlun AurnlH
Qiren Street, Honhlllu.
OHicerv l1. ( l.sn. tr i.r..l.l...
Ioph fj. Carter, tieasurer and secretary. Director.;
lions, CliailesK. llishop and II. A. P. Carter; Henry
Ship (Viryu-nrVr, ;,ir Hither mul Cnulkrr
No. 9 Qt -UN StiitT(ielaw Honolulu Iron Works)
Ittmtrr In Vlmlctut lltrf, real, Million, Kir.
No, 6 Ouieh Street, Fish JIaitket.
Family and Shipping orders carefully sll.udcd lo.
. Live Stock furnished 10 Vessels at fliort notice.
cgtl.e of all linds supplied 10 order.
M S. GRINBADM ft Co.
Importer mul HTholrmle Dealer In lien-
,Makek' IIlock Queen Stit, Honolulu
JUT S, GRINBAUM ft Co.
r'oratir.llnu mul Comuihii,, Merchants,
.14 California Sr San Fka-ciho,
Scll faciluies for and j-riKuLir attention ujd to
consiiTtuiienis ot UUnd uroducc. a
Chmiipajine Cttltr Manufactory,
No. i) Ijliha Steek; ,, .Hoholuiu
ThU hsalih-iniigoraliiii Leverage U foe sale Mail lU
Ifadlng saloon in the lUy. Order, from the other
Islands proupllv -tended 10. sis
rluiter Sleant .CaiiJ
--, ... ..J .
factory at Mil
iVutis-l Cooectiooer. Pa-ry GaA
w. l- 1... :-"i rs ?..
" si 7, gsss Hrssr. isnsicca gswjs; tad n
irVirriimiAer, .Irtieltr, I'.tigrnrrr, mul
Nij. 111 lour Stkhrt . . lliiNout.li
All order fanhln.ly executed.
f AWRENCE ft I'RBBTII,
I'larn and Intimate furtuMied for Wotlii of Con
MMictlon, Clril Kngineerin and Suirevinir. Office,
.,' , "lki"w" nd Kllaiiea Mreeu, neat door
10 Kieinmn i wick warehouse.
P. O. lion lot. oMy
Hoot ttlllt .S,nrlrr,rr.
Ilooti and Shoe made to Order.
No. 114 foar Sr., oprmirr. I'a.itiikon Staiuis,
TJOLLISTER & Co.,
II linhmilr mul llrlnlt lnivul,i, ,,,,, Vo
hltrrtllllntm. No. s, .Viiiianu Smuar .llnxnu'iu
.'j-irr mtil r,!imiii,
Freltlit, Packages and llicgige delivered to nnd from
all pint or Honolulu nnd vicinity. Cnreful at
tention aid lo moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR Till: PURPOSE,
Telephone 86 ; Residence jjj Pnnchliowl treel.
Office. 86 King Sireet. lo6.,
PHILLIPS & Co.
rilllioflrfu tiinl Wlmlrmtlr tirnlrr tit (lolli-
hill. Html, Slmrn, Hutu, -lrnV 'r-
lll'ltlllU llonilf, Vine llumli, Ktr.
No. It KaAHUMANI) StkKET HiiNCJLI'LU
rHARLES T. GULICK, -
Xnlm-U fithllr, Aiiml In lithr Arknntrilif
iiteiitu In Labor Ciintritrtii, mul
llrnrriil tin thirst .thrill.
Office in MaW Illocl, at corner (Jueen nnd Kaaliti
inanil Mreets. Honolulu. a.,y
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
n IttileAitlr mul llrlnll (irnrrrit,
Fot SrRFKT . .- Honolulu
Fresh grocerie and provision of all kind on hand and
received regularly from Eurojie and America iihich
, ' he aold at the lowest market rales
l.oods delivered to any part r.r the city free of charge,
island order solicited and prompt attention will be
given lo Ihe fame. ,,..
ONG LEONG ft CO.,
Aiirnlt fur Mimiittl Sutiiti; I'lilmitit Itlrr
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill.
NlUANU STKhKT COBNKR MahINI!
-pHEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latb anion, Ohkfn cl Co.)
Itilimrterit mul Voiiuithtloii Jlrrrttmils.
J;l?tl'nd the Liverpool Underwriters,
lintish and Foreign .Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. ,
RICHARDSON & Co
IllrORTf-KS ami IIuum in
Slinrit, I 'II in hill 1,1, annttn,
Cli, TrmiKit, rnllnf.
Perfumery and Soaps, Wr.ltliam Watches
Fine Jewelry, etc..
CornfrFort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu
Q E. WILLIAMS,
IsiroRTRR ANI1 DEALER IN
I'ttrnltitrr of Itrtcrlptloti.
Vplinlittrrrr ttntt Jlmtllfilctltrrr.
Furniture Warerooms No. 105 Fort Street. Work,
shop at old -land oil Hotel Street. All brders promptly
attended to. r J, '
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
MRS. LEON DkJEAN Propii.tiess
Numufkcm Hotri Street.
MriiU Srrrrtl at All Hour nf tin, tutu.
Secial terms for regular boarders
hie private room in town for Ladies
Ihe only inita-
HACKFELD ft Co.
Queen Street .
CD. IIOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
lmi,rtrr , Cominhiiloii Jlrrclidiih.
Honolulu Oahu. II. I
HOPP & Co.. 74 King street,
iiifiorrr-,' mm Jiamifiirliirrr nf Krrru
itrterltnton nf I iirnllilrr.
To THE Lauie: Trimmiui-s. Taiuds. r.!n,,. s;iil
Cord in every shade Parlor Set rcslulfed,
covered, iolished and made equal to
new, Mattresses re-made and
cleaned at short
We are noted t.ir firvi-rlic.
work and moderate
rILLINGHAM ft Co.
1 111 l,o iter mtil Drulrim In Jltirilirnrr, Cut-
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
N0.37 FortStrrrt Honolulu
PEIRCE ft Lo.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
'H,n.".r."r?.?'!'Cu"nJ "'" Lance and Per.
ry Davis' Pain Killer.
M. G. IRWIN ft Co.
Sugar I'arlort mul Co in in I mm I on Afirnt:
CLAUS srR.CKEU. WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu ... . , u.
J P. ADAMS,
tuelluitrer mul t'oinmlttlon Merchant.
Queen Street Honolulu
. A. SCHAEFER A Co.
Importer' unit ComiiiUtlon Merchant:
klERCHANT SfREET ...HONOLULU
ILDR ft Co.
Lumber, Paluti, Oil., .Vilf, iimm! Jlull.lluy
Materials nf event klntl.
Co-.'Fokta-ii Queen Sr Honolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
I'holoyra little. Artists,
101 and 104 Fort Street Honolulu
l'ktuees of all sues and kinds nude to order, and
frame of all description constataly on hand. Also
Coral. Shells and Curiosities of ihe Vacinc. .
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Healers In Lumber anil all klmls of nulla
Ina Malsrlals, faints, tills, Xulls, clc,f
Honolulu, II, !
ACSNIS OC SCHOONERS
Hale, Kulatunu, Ktktuluohl, Mary Ellen,
AlRoUisti s Wharf.
Importer of Utnerul MerchanJUs from
trance, Kuylantl, tlermuiiy an J
Iks Vfllsil Mate.
No, jo Merchant Street Honolulu
LJ YMAN BROTHHUS
J'ailkulw slleatlon paid o (Iiuu and sruppliif Is
land ordeis. t
CD. C MOW. ,
Mmmsi Mian i'mlnlsr,
' lfstt.it HAKs.EE, t.
No. .107 Kinc Strut...,.,,,..,.,....-,. Honolulu
T Y0NS A LEVEY,
.lllrffmierre .III, I t'riiitafni MrrrhilHlt.
IIF.AVFI IlLOCK, (jUFFN StUPKT, HONOLULU.
Sales of .Furniture, Slock, Real F.slale and fleneral
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agent for
American and Kuniean merchandise. J J. I.von,
t U J. I.KVRV.
it Kino Sikikt .
Importer of Ametican Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formetlyot San Francisco, California.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SltCFfii,a To I,Rnna& I)rk'nN,)
Immitrr mul liriilftm lii l.iiml.rr mul nil
htiiiti llnllilUifi Mnlrrlitlt.
FoT SfRKF-T ... ... .HONOLUIU
JUT W. McCIIBSNEY ft SON,
l.ritllift; III, h, Tit'latr uif Vtitiiiitlmtlnii
Agent for the Uo)l Soap Company.
No. it QvtKS HTBSF.T lloNOI ULtl
" C. COLEMAN,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop en King Street,
nest to Castle ft Cooke's
Tin, Cojyicr mul Sltrrl lion Wnrl.fr,
Storm itlut Itmitri.
of all kinds, Plumber' stock nmt metals, house furnish
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc
No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Smrntr Honolulu
OAT & Co.
.Hallmnhrr, Vlttnt nf tilt llrnrrliillnim
mutt mul rcjitilrril.
Ho.NllLl'IU , H.I
I,oft In A. F. Cooke's new fireproof building, foot ot
isuuanu .-irce, jb
T EMMBLUTH ft Co.,
Thltmltli mul rlitinlirrn, Jlrtttrrm In
Slnrrt, Itmiy'. Tin,
No. 3 NLUANU STRItltT HONOLUIU
T W. GIRVIN,
Vtiininlmltni Jfriclmnt mul lletifrttl Itrnlrr
In liru tntntn,
Wailuku, Maui , H. I
Groceries Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. ,
TTONOLULU iron WORKS Co.,
Strttut llnolnr,' Hotter, Nufjar Jttltt,
Cooler, Iron, ifm ttntt l.entl Ctththtu,
Honoi ulu , ., H, I
Machinery of every deKtiit.on made
Particular Attention paid to Sliip' ltla
juu worn cxecweu on ine inurtc-t notice.
T-M10S. G. THRUM,
Importing and MANurACTLRiNO
Stationer, JVVir Agent, Printer, Hook
And pullMier of the Saturday Pre;, and Aj:c?
ttn Almanac and Annual Me reliant ktr ecu I)wU
er in Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Tojs and Fancy
Goods, Foil fttreet, near Hotel. Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN & Co,
fiettters in Uenerat Mr
Corner Queen And Kaahuuianu Streets Honolulu,
OLLES & Co.
Shtji Climnllrrg unit Commtatttin Jlrrrhttntu
QUFKN StRERT. HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers and Dealers in General Mercliandise.
L'ttrjiriiter ami llitlliler.
All kinds of jobhinz promptly attended lo.
.V..,.I1WI .1W. (JW, , (IIIAItlUI, ..,!,. SIIICe,
Shot, No. 84 Kino Street ...Honolulu
T AINE ft Co.
Imgiorters and dealer In Hay, Grain and General
Honoi ulu , . I
TT B. McINTYRE.ft BROTHER,
Oraerrtt mul Frnl Store.
Cor. Kincj an t Fort Sis.., Honuiulu
1UTRS. A. M. MBLLIS,
t'aihtanahlr liretm mul Vloah Maker.
No. 104 FimT Street Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Importer 11 ml Jleulrr In tlliitmrurr,
Merltlrn Sllrer-Vtntett Ware,
No,44 Iort Street Honolulu
King's Combination Sjiectacles and E)e;Usse,
Luslral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, I'iclute Frames, Pis.
tols, Wostenholin's Pockt Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Muchine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashums.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light.
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
-THE GERMANIA MARKET,
Honolulu, II. I.
Heef, real, Mutton, Iaiiiid, Poultry
anil ft sit
Constantly on hand, and of chsVcst quality. Pork
Sausages, Ilolognas, etc, always' on hand.
arc. all cut and put up In Fttrn uyle. All orders
tJllhlully attended to, and delivered In any pari of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, Jetween Union awl Foil
, .. IfU-U,,,,
H'atehmuker 11111 tleirrfor.
WALTHAM and all other American WATCIIKS,
Clocks, and Jewelry.
Wstok ropatrliiK aswt k IpeoUlltr.
All orders from the othei Islands promptly attended la
No. JS,, Hotel StrseTi. ..Honolulu, ILL
JtKHVCTtOX Of HATKH.
From and after SepKinher 10. 1II1. the Telephones
of this Com-ny within ih Diurkt of Honolulu wiilU
m.led ssyhe following reduced ra.es, sll I
tor place of Luuness.,, ..,., o per uoiulk "
For private residences ,. I4.ua per suonih.
Payable quarterly In advance.
. U (IKOWN, Sectary.
Honolulu, Sept. i, lilt. 1(0. os
11m uuUruzm4 wouU woa rciMctfully tvtxlr 1-4
wUic tUi k hu Ulu om Ut, IrW iatnc-i ia lU
VsMr-s VmI 4Ml
The Bikcl aCaiils, at ihe lowest rb
Whole Numher 171
ptSIIOP ft Co.
Mfuciiant Stmt Honoluiu,
Draw Exchange on
Messrs. N M. ROTIISCIIII.D SONS, London
Ihe ORIENTAL HANK Corporation f LcSon"
And ihelr Ilratiches In
HONOKONO, iVtl.NI.Y and MELIIOURNE,
Triuiiiitl a Gtntml IhnHii lliahim.
JOSEPH E. WISENtAN
ttrnl V.tttttr llriikrr mul i:ni),hijiiiinit
.HoNOIULV, II. I
Rent Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sell and leise
llAl !..,, In .11 ..... .1 .1. . I ... ..
,-;- ' -' ,!-. "" ": isingoom. i.mplosment
round for those seeking wotk in all the various lisnchv
or business connected with these Islimls. Ugal docu.
menu drawn, llill. Collected, Hook and Account kei
and general office work transacted. Patronage sohcile.1.
Commission mo,lerate. ,.
Q W. MACPARLANE ft Co.
Imtiorlrrt it ml Ccmmlmilnti
(,ltat ir Iloct.)
Cor, Fort and Quiifn StFT5. .'...
The (ilssgowaml Honolulu Line of Packets.
John I lav It Co.' Liverpool Line of Packet..
ITie Waikapu Plantation.
he Spencer Plantation. Hilo.
HaLnkiu Plantation, Hilo.
nlirl ,.S ?'".? Wln". Slt Compain.
ITie I'uuloa Sheep Ranch Company.
-ASTLE ft COOKE,
Shlpfihto anil t'nimiiiWoH Mtrrhttnt;
No. 80 KiNoStRFET Honolulu
IMFORTER AND PRALRR IN
''I'' "!ncocl1. ft Comnani's I'lintaiion.
'he Aleeander ft lialdwin Plantation.
'- Hajstead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith ft Company, Kola, Kauai.
J, M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
'Ihe Haiku Sucar Company.
The Kohala Sunar Company.
The Union. Insurance Company ol San Franicvo.
11 nn haS,ini '-If Insurance Company of Dostoti
Ihe Hake .Manufaclurin. Company or lloston,
D. M. Westcns Patent fjenlrifueal Machines.
ITie New otk and Honolulu Prcket I jne. .
Ihe Merchant. Line, Honolulu and Kan Francisco
u'i iA'2'A. CeleUated Medicines.
wi . i .".'!;'',' i!n1fr 'nufaclurine Company,
tt heeler ft Wilson's Sewing Machine.
Whole. ala and Retail Qrooer.
No. 67 Hotel Street.
(Camphell Fireproof Iluildinc)
frrai (looilt Cnntlnunlly on Hit irni.
Island Putter always on hand.
. IS' tf
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
-rf prrptireit to fiirnltl. Vlmii ami Kill,
mat r for Strel
With or without Cars and Icomotives. Sn-e;,li;
ADAP1-D TOR SUGAR PL.VNTATIONS. J
V? 1" !'"lwi,'s, and Locomotives and cars, Trac
lion Lncines and Roid locomotives. Steam
Plou-hinj. and Cultivating Machinety, Port-
able ..name lor all nitrrw-.. u:j:...
Kncines for incline.
Catalogue wiih III
italoeuM Ullh ll.UrtIon MrUI. H...1 tL..
G. W. MACFARLANK ft'eor. faiWr
rl.n.n..! W I lilt..... iJJi
irr n. vu, Jt
THE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN IIRIck.
KMMKt.ttTlr ,t CO., "
No. 5 N.uuanu Street. Honolulu
Sole agents for theie Islands.- The best cooklnj ap.
Jiaraltis for the Plantation, Hotel or Family. ,
RANGES FIXTURES such a
llul Water Boilers,
Urate liars, Kle.,
Always In stock.
Ranre!'Clt Jir,c'1'"" " "'" UP Accompany every
Circular! and Prim on affHeatitn,
J CONOMV IS WEALTH.'
THE GREAT TEN.OENT STORE
W. COI.IIEV, I-roprlstor,
J. JOHNSON, Manager
Offer lo the Millie an unusually large variety of goads
for the season, consisting in pan of '-
WAX and CHINA IXII.LS,
from loc loll each
Cream Pitchers, Putter Dishes, Cake Dishes,
Sugar Bowls, tic,
CROCKERY " "
Plates, Cup and Saucers, Soup Tuietns, PUtlersw).
Vcgetahle Oiihes, etc.
Ifor kitchen use
In all In vaiiety
from oc lo jo c. each.
SOAPS, Washln, jdTctt.
"IIUTTOHS, of all kind,
Situr pAtER, all colors . "
MuUes, Tops, and Rails, foe lloya.
Hkttt Musle for Ik 1,000,000.
0,000 copies Sheet Music just received at ic.
CANARIF German Canaries; Uautlful songsters,
LHTMtaCLXANkO CoUrvUND ' "
Foe hiULs. Saieent, Clotas. etc. "m jg '
Are costa)y Ulog added and a rsttii invoice it
just i hud, per MARtrosA.
tUWUtHU rATKtX THAJtWAf,
Wltk patent su sleepewt,
a- riinRitR(in ,x ,
' v ,