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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JBMEM MLR 22, .88,.
WllOMl NUMIIKR I73
Html fweryer Mi .lit. lor (Mm). nhniil II f
The coinage rnicMton Am! Ihr me of
ImtuU Iwvet lccn (lie alr-toiliing to-ilnt
tf tCfBlll COnTWHlfi1, pfnVOkPI.!, of
rota, hy the infliuUmu. owe ngniitM
llio iii!tilner of flnnnrr. I'hcre i. m,
liflbtv no nucMtun nlxiut uliiili men
think nt ill nliotit which lliev think
so vimoittl) . this very tictioti of
cHrrency. Tlte following reiniuk-t of
cfKiimtl -in conliiumlioii of what wn;
iveii Hut wcok iluiw- pretty fairly the
lepml Mjwft of the cnc
'lite following return to the wtition
of Mtin. CnMle, Dole mul Smith wnt
luintletl in at iukv lnM l'ridny, after the
demutrcr had been ovx'rmlctf.
UtTPRN AMI AttWrK.
l4 now tWin Jolm M. K.vf n am) nnVw
tlrto lit amwr ami ittiirn lo the ni-mc rnltlll
eatm ami 4r 1
Tint the wttt 1 if inaittlntmtt tlimiM tint tunic
Ik-bum the m-tltrii ami thin H fotlh In the
(Hrtfllnn are liwilWcient in law Ami lli.it thrie it
mi nftl of tltttrcm the --ait of the itefcmUni
m4 foith in ll tK-tltinn, l-taiie lint mM
pc-lhrtw tkw nut tlw-v n ilcm.tnd in ptifoim a
f tty iKjutiwl of him liy law.
Aftil the iHxiiiilnt further antwcilii-; fiy.
Hul he ti about to Utne llnnatUn (iotrtmnenl
Ikwvlt to the amount, ami at the interest Hnlcil
In the ix-lltfon timlcr ami in iircti-tlaticc with
the tmivition of an Act cntitliil "An Act to
Aiitluttirc a National Ixun, and tn Define to
what Us. $itch Irdn Mull lie Iicttitpil,
mnvftl on Uhtlavof Aut-ut. A. I).. iSSj.
Denict that he i alanit tn lu: vxiil liotnl
In-low fur hut avcr that he l alut tn Utile
mM Iioniliat par ami in acctmlanee with the
ptnvUlont tif muI Act latt alnive mcntlonnl.
Dcniw that it tt hit duty an tuclt miniMrr of
fiiunce to Imiic the said lwmh only upon ic
cript nf opiirolcnt taluc in United Mates pId
etiln, tnit avers that hit duty in thi rccct it
fully c fuilh in uid act(a folloni :
Section t. The inini'icr tif finance under
the direction of the kmc in cahinct council is
heicliy authorited to Nirrnn on the credit of
the Hawaiian (imvrnment from time In time,
during the period of three )cars after llic jvi
Mge of tint Act, sucli turns not exceeding in
the whole the tumt of $j,oixi,oco for the tiur
p in Ihit Act hcieinafter tet foith, for which
tumt the minitter of finance may came couiwn
liondt In tie ittued from time to lime for such
amount each nt he may deem adt Rihlc, tuch
Inmls to Ik; lttuel at not lc than par, and
tn twar interest not exceeding six per cent, per
annum payahlc Mnil-antiuilly.
And the ictKm!cnt avert that he ha in all
ieccts confirmed to the proiions of vaid
Act, and that said lxmdt arc to lie ittued at
ur in acconlancc ith tuch provhions of said
And denies that he it about, or intends to,
or will issue said bonds mentioned in the pe
tition or any lwmlt below par or to receive or
accept therefor coin! of lest taluc than the
equivalent of the la ful money of the Kingdom
of the Hawaiian Islands at it provided in the
And the defendant further sayt that the de
mand made upon him it in the vvordt follovv
Honolulu, 12th December, iSSj.
Ta Hit Ex. fn, M. Kafena, Minhttr 0 Ft'
Dear Sir: The undersigned, citizens and
taxpayers of the Hawaiian Kingdom, respect
fully request that you do not issue Hawaiian
(iqvernment llonds at lest than par, hut only
for United Slates gold or ilt equivalent.
Sasford II. Dole,
V. O. Smith.
And avers that by this law this defendant
camtol comply with tuch demand and further
denies that he lias ever refused to comply with
any lawful demand as hit duty in respect to
the ktuance of said Iwmls under said Act of
Whcrelore the respondent prays thct the ap
plication of the petitioner herein be denied,
lhat the writ heretofore issued herein be vaca
ted, that the respondent be hence dismissed
without delay, and recover costs and disbuse
ments herein incurred from the petitioners.
" V. A. Whiting,
Attorneys for Respondent.
The afternoon proceedings were as
On th6 reassembling of court, Mr.
llartwcll said there was no necessity
for him to tiavcrsc the return. He ar
gued that the defendant should be com
lulled to amend the return to how for
what description of coin the bonds were
intended to lie issued by the minister
of finance. He contended that the
etitiuncrswcrc entitled to ask for satis
faction upon this point,
xMr. 'l'reston submitted respectfully
to the court that the answer to" the "tax
payers' " first allegation was that the ntin
jer wat about to issue lwnds. Tne petit
ion averred that the minister of finance
was going to issue bonds below par.
The icturn denied " below par." He was
about to issue bonds at par. And it
appeared to him that it was immaterial
whether the half-dollar coins that had
been referred to were worth only Si
cents or 92 cents. The return sub
stantially denied the facts set forth in
the petition. As long as the coins were
current in the kingdom the spirit of the
law as expressed in the statute of the
loan act referred to would be satisfied.
This money might have been gold The
gold might l)c at a discount. Were they
to be compelled to take gold at a dis
count The objectof thalprocecdingwas
to restrain the minister from issuing
bonds which they considered he waftjus
tified by law in doing in the manner con
templated. He submitted that theallc
gagation of petitioners to which he had
made reference wai immaterial ; and,
being immaterial, it was unnecessary
thai it should be answered. The court
lad not to take into consideration the
value of the coin. The answer of the
return was, " U'c arc not going to take
coin except in manner as stated by the
act." 'Hit icturn denied that it was
the duty of the minuter to issue bonds
lor gold coin. In order toghethe
other side notice of the toints relied
ujwn, the resjwndent aver that he
has conformed to the provisions of the
loan act, and that such bonds are to lc
Usued at par according5 to the terms of
the act. I f they received lat ful money
of the kingdom it would be all that
could In: atkciL The demand was dated
1 2th December; the process was ivsucd
on tlw Mine day. Defendant Mated
that he was willing to conform and al
ways had conformed to the law ; but
he could not saiUfy the demand of the
petitionee In this matter, lie con
tended that every principle of good
kerne and eicdfency warranted the
construction placed uiion the provision
by defendant. There was certainly no
Matemcnt about jhe decription of coin
to be received, in the statute j it
wa to be whatever was lcl in the
interests of the country w long as it
was not in contravention of the taw.
(The teamed counsel here quoted seve
ral authorities Inuring upon the point
at jue.) In order to invalidate the
stwn bcU would have to be irc
.turned inrondMcut with that return.
That win n demurrer before them. It
mlRht be for Mime purpose that a do
miitrcr win in Mated letiii't. lie con
tended that the facts of the teluru weie
ortect. The presumption win in fa
tor of the return. " I'reiumption, so
fur m it went mint lie in fnvor of re
turn ami not Against them," they knew
I he minuter ntd he wan willing to do
hi duly. What win nnkcil for ? An
injunction, not n mandninin, Not nn
order to do; hut application had been
made lor an order to rcxtmiu him from
do'ng. The praver was that the minis
ter he restrained from iwuing IkhkIs for
an) thing but American gold coin or ilt
equivalent. The Matute was tlcar
directing the minister how to ait. He
was responsible for his duly , and his
rcsH)nsihilly was a politkal rcsponsi
bility 1 le was icsjxinsible to the legis
lature. 1 le wns an officer of the crown;
not an officer of the public. He was
a servant of the public Just as much as
any gentleman holding n commission
from the crown in the army or nay.
The section was set out in the return ;
but nothing was in the statute that com
pclleil the minister intake United States
gold or its equivalent only. He might,
possibly, lie within the statute if he gae
a large discount. The objections that
had been raised tt the Hi per cent,
discount were immaterial to the return.
The minister would take the currency
of the country, and make the best bar
gain possible, provided he took the
value of that money at wr into the
treasury. There had been no breach
of the law )ct j nor was there any
allegation of any breach. The argu
ment was that the return did not an
swer the specific points of the demand.
He thought that it did.
Mr. Hartwell saitl that it now ap-
licarco more than cer, Irom Ins learned
friend's remarks, that the merits of the
case required argument.
His honor, dealing with the point
relative to the amendment of the re
turn, stated that the allegations of
petitioners must be met distinctly
either by denial, admission, or avoid
ance. One thing was not answered and
that was the allegation that the minister
was about to take for the bonds certain
silver coin. He did not object to any
thing in the way of avoidance; but he
thought there should be exact allega
tion in the return either in admission
or in denial of the allegations of the
petition. He ruled that the-allegations
of petitioners ought to be answered by
defendant, and then it would remain
for the court, after argument had been
heard, to decide with reference to the
interpretation of " selling bonds below
Mr. Paul Neumann saidjhe defense
had no wish to be evasive. They
claimed that there was nothing in the
law as defined by statute in question to
compel the minister to take only gold
Mr. Hartwell said the minister Was
bound to take notice of the wording of
the statute, which said that the pay
ment for bonds must be in equivalent
to United States gold coin.
His honor thought the court should
be possessed of all facts.
The counsels for defendant then
stated in their return that the coin
which it was proposed to receive were
half-dollars "of equal weight and fine
ness with American half-dollar pieces."
Mr. Hartwell filed a general de
murrer on behalf of petitioners.
He then addressed the court con
tending that the minister of finance
would not be justified under the act of
'82 tn accepting the coins referred to.
The American statutes dealt with the
relative weights of standard dollars,
trade dollars, and half-dollar-pieces;
and by calculation it was shown that
the standard of the gold dollar was not
reached in any case. It was also a
matter of mathematical calculation that
.jo of the half-dollars . projiosed to be
received would not equal 20 cold
dollars. They would only equal a little
more than 18: He calculated that
tliere was a little over 21 per cent
unierence in me values oi the two
coinages. It had been stated that the
minister of finance did not kndvv the
relative value of American money. It
could easily be obtained by him : and
it was his duty to lc conversant there
with, he (the speaker) thought. The
figures relative to the fluctuation in
value, relatively, of silver coin would
prove that the half-dollars in silver
were a good deal less in value than
their generally accepted equivalent in
goiu, 1 itc question 01 amount ol dis
count (or difference) was of no account.
The law only asked Is there i;v
dillercnce t hen he came to ask
What is the meaning of " below par ?"
He contended that the bonds to be
sold at par must be sold for United
States goltl or its equivalent. It was
the duty of the minister to' understand
that point ; and if he did not he did
not comply with the statute and did
not do his duty. The sjieaker was not
without a case for his guidance. (He
here referred at length to a case tried in
the court or the state of Illinois,
wherein no less eminent a lawyer
nun wuiiici v coster was engaged.
He quoted therefrom at length).
In that case he had before him
it was clearly laid down that the
legal meaning of " at liar " was, that
full money value should lie received for
the bond or commodity or interest.
without any Jtprtdalion whalntr lieing
carried. The rcsjiondcnt had stJtcd
tnat ne would be satisfied with the re
puicu equivalent oi the bonds in
Hawaiian currency: and it was the
IwlitioncrV object iu bringing the case
10 nave u uecided uy the highest
authority whether that was not illegal.
it would be uivillif current mink n
nominal value greater than their sjiecific
value. It would not be difficult for
the minuter to ascertain how much
uvcr would lc the equivalent of
130,000 gold dollars. It would be
oniy too easy were it wuhed for. Had
it been, there would have been no case
before the court. I lis authority proved
that the statute was capable of but one
interpretation and that was that these
silver uonars should be relatively equal
to gold, lie claimed that they were
not j and it could not be proved tjiai
they were. Then that was their rase.
Mr. I'reslon said hisfticnd'sauthnrity
was it good one ; but ho contended It
did not nppiv. Wete they purposing lo
sell bonds below bar it would be n dif
fcicnt thing, and there then (ould be
no question about the matter. Hut
dollar for dollar was what they were
going to lake ; and they alleged nothing
in the statute prevented it. There was
nothing iu the nit about taking gold
or its equivalent, in the sense held by
petitioners, I'uither, n margin was left
to provide lor bonds. When bonds is
sued in the United Stales they .were
jMy.tlilc In united Males currency ;
issuing here, they would be payable in
Hawaiian ctinency, or its equivalent.
It was proposed lo issue for coin equal
to Untied Stales silver coin. What
would prevent litem from issuing small
bonds and making them legal tender, if
they pleased. He would like his friend
to answer that. The minister shjntld
have some discretion. They had not
to consider what was best for a foreign
bondholder. Hnvinit recived $1000
worth of bonds, the pmchascr paid
$1000 worth of current coin. Nothing
in the law conflicted with the minister's
intentions. He contended that no par
ticular coin was specifically indicated
by statute : they might he satisfied with
anything so long as it was " hard coin."
The provision in the statute had been
made to secure the convenience of lite
government, in order that their bonds
might the more easily he negotiated
abroad. He contended the demurrer
should not be sustained.
Mr. Ilaitwell stated that ho based
his position on the provisions'of the
loan act, not of the coinage atl.
His honor stated that he considered
his mind clear on the matter. He had
given the matter of the country's cur-
ii-uiy .1 guuu ul-;ii ui sillily 111 ins Otltcr-
wise unemployed hours ; and he saw-
no reason to doubt about the matter.
The remarks about, the petitioners
coining into court at inc eleventh hour
were not of much weight. They could
not have come .siv months ago with
insufficient information without hav
ing run the risk, of losing their case on
the ground that they were taking action
on rumors and suspicions. If an act
is iiicgai n noes noi oecome less so bv
process of time. It was a question of
nit iuii-.uuiuuik. 01 um worus in me
statute "at par." The court was bound
to construe the law in its proper sense,
rega'rdlcss Of consequences. lie did
not think that political interests were
involved in the matter. He did not
think an adverse verdict would cripple
the government of the country or im
peril any interests, as the money was
not sought to be raised for general
purposes. This loan proposed to lie
raised could not be for any other objects
than those specified. In any case, how
ever, thc court would have to interpret
the law without regard to consequences.
To the court there was no dead
letter law so long as that law
remained on the statute-books of the
country. Probably when the loan act
was Iramcd it was the object of the
legislature to limit the power of the
minister of finance. His honor held
" at par " tu be the exact equivalent of
" without discount or premium." He
could ot but rule that these half
dollar pieces could not he received at
current value. It said distinctly "must
be payable in gold coin of the United
States or its equivalent ; and "must not
be sold at less than par." If the minis
ter of finance cannot negotiate his loan
under terms of statute he must take the
other horn of the dilemma and not
negotiate it. The law of the land had
not contemplated selling of the bonds
abroad. They were in a peculiar posi
tion, he kpew ; but as the law stood it
had to be administered. As silver
fluctuated so much as a metal, and is
now falling, a dollar really only worth
84 cents could not be accepted as
equivalent to gold. Gold was their
standard ; and he must rule that the
half-dollar pieces of equal weight and
fineness with United States half-dollars,
were not relatively equivalent to the
United States gold dollar.
The court granted the mandamus.
An appeal was noted.
His honor said the cabinet might
always have the advice of the judgesof
the supreme court on such matters
without the issues being tried. The
law provided for it. Hut he had not
been asked for an opinion upon this
matter. Had he been he would have
been only too happy to give it.
The text of Chancellor Judd's judg
ment in the case may be found on the
The Urazilian government reserves
by law the exclusive privilege of work
ing and jiutting up telegraph and tele
phone wires. The postal telegraph is
a success in England. It is eagerly
looked forward to in the United States.
Why not in Hawaii?
The Emperor of Germany lias ex
pressed " confidence that the peace of
Europe will be maintained "notwith
standing the complications between
Austria and Russia.
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Students of history, the world over,
will rejoice to hear that the archives
and library of the Vatican have been
opened to all properly accredited
A German chemist has evaporated
skimmed milk in a vacuum, and con
siders that he has produced a valuable
product for use in cooking.
France ll.li rnivrnb(l tt iirnbiliiii .
-.- .v.n.H .., I'. Willi. I,,, V
order against American iiorkjand hams,
bacon, and lard have gone up in Ihe
United States, accordingly,
I he ban 1-rancuco bliiuhnen over
a years of age have jietitioned to be
sent to an as) turn where they can be
taught useful trades.
Electric lamps arc now lcing used
for locomotive head lights, with great
wni 11 1 1 aHMin
"Evacuation Day" November 151I1
was" celebrated with eclat iu New
They arc talking of luummvfv ing the
dead in iklgiuRu
SMITH ft TIIUIISTON, lV O. Smith.
1 1. A. ImtMiiH
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Nn. MiKiMr Srr Hiinhiim
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t'mninrlnr ill law iiml .VMr I'nlillr,
Count I'iikt amii Mkpichant SriifKrK, IIonmiim
-tLAItUNCH W. ASIII'OKD,
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Niv i; Kaaiiiimanii Hmrnr llniioiili'
XT H. CASTLK,
itttnritri ill l,uir unit Xuliirtf I'nbllr.
Allm.U nil Ihe Ciiuiit of ilus KIm,I,wi,
Alliirnrll mill ViimiHrlnr III l.mr.
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(Kmnily of OiVIiml, Ciilif.itnli,)
IMt niKNKIl an orricit
At No 17, Ivniina Street, Honolulu, II, I
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Opfick nmNKR Curt ami IIhrktania hrt .
Office Hoiirt Unlit 9 A. M., nml from i-jnn.l 6:30-8 r.M.
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7irfii uitt .S'fiffrrifi.
Honolulu ,, ..,. , ,
l Kl ItrilUNR NlJlltlRR 149.
Office hour from 8J4 to ioJ n m ; I J5 lo 3 p in
Office and Kcn.L.cncr, No. a Kuku. Mrect, corner Tort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Dental Itoomi ntt Strrrt,
Honolulu ,,.., . ...H, ,
Office in HrrKcr't Muck, coner Hole and Tort
Street, cmnuiie Im Hotel Street. i
xxriLLiAM b. McAllister,
TFRMANFNTLV lOCATKO IK IIONOIULU,
Office, corner ol Tori antl Hotel street, orr Trcfttuan's
Particular attention paid lo restoration roM fillings.
Kel)iri2 on Rrxxlnork at reasonable charge to Ram
the confidence of the public. 135 6 11
No. 71 Queen Stkhet .-.IIonoiilu
Member of the Honolulu Slock an.1 llonj Kjcliange.
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-- ,-.,-..... ,u .,j um mii .:iiiK.fca aim ihjihii in IIIC
open m-uket, at the UMial rate of comnmMon.
i.i iiiviicy- 10 loan on ZKOCK&. amill margins re
quired on J ime Contractu.
Will advice at to lnti.tmentt wlicn rcipicMcil.
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llitnlmirr mill Ornri-iil Mrrrlimiillnr,
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J" Alilct... Secretary and '1 re nurer
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Director I.. O.-IIall, George 1.. Hone. rja
O M. CARTER,
Aurnl li lul(r Arhiinielrilimriiiti In Cim
trttctn In ilior.
Honolulu, Hawaiian ItLAmn.
Office at pacific Mail Steaimliip Dock, i:planade. 15
D W. LAINE,
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I'or the Stale of California, for l Hawaiian Klindr,
and General Agent lor the Pacific Mutual Life In-
i.urancc company oi vinionua.
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Intkrior OrpiLK Honolulu
JOHN II. PATV.
Jiutiiry I'ulille mul Ciimnihtlim nf ItrnU,
ForllieStatetor California and New Votk. Office
at the llank of llidiop &. Co.
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Not. 105 ANII 107 KORT blKkRT HONOLULU
Furniture, Chain, Sewing Machinci, Mirron and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frame and Cornice made to
order. . .r
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tlfurral Mrmtlillliiniiil CommUtlnn Afrult
QtmKN Sikrkt, Honolulu.
Office- P. C. Jone, Jr president ami uunarr i
'cneiih O. Carter, trcaturcr ami fcecrrtary, lltrrrtor;
Hon. Clurlct R, lluhopaiid II. A. P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. ,3,
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Family and fehippiiij order carefully allended la.
Lire htock furnidieil 10 Vevieli at liort notice,
V citable of all kind kupplied 10 order.
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InitlAii iaI,I i turning I'mnlliiie, with
VV.VOONS KXI'KI'JISI.V FOR I III'. Pllld'OII
Irlrplmm, An; IteadUme jt PiiikMioiiI Hrrrl.
Offiil, M KlilgHlrrel. 1, A I,
JUT IMIILLIPS A Co.
Inilinilrrn nml ll,lr,lr Hrntei In I lull,'
Inn. limit M, SI,, im, IIiiIm, Mm' ',,,
lll'hlllll It 1111,1 i, I'mirn tlimiln, I'.lr,
Ni. 11 Kaahuhaku SrRRRr Honiimiiu
A-IIARLKS T. OULICK,
bi'litru I uMIt, Aiii nl In Inl.f Arljiinlriln.
inriil In I iilmr fimlriirlt nml
llrilflill II111I1, nt Atinil, ,
Office In Mtlre' lllnck, m rnrn'r (JiM-rii niul Ktiliu
lilanu Mint, IIonuluiu ly
O J- I-HVI1V A CO.,
II Imlfniilr nml lltlnll III iimn,
Fiirt Strikv . . . HllNIIIIIII
I'teOi cn eile and itn,Mu nf all klmlt nn litud nml
receileil rrihuly fiom I urojie and America wliicli
iitl tic nol.l al the l.tweM maiket rate.
(JivkU dtlhercil to any pan rf the rliy free of ttmrse.
Ijland order Hiliciled and prom4 attention will im
rIicm lolhe Mine, n?.tv
ONG LUONG ft CO,,
Jfrnti fnv Mmtmil ,Sufnrt I'nttttnn filer
And Kait.11 Ktce I'lintnilon nnd Mill.
NUHANU STWRT . . ..OlHNRK MaHINR
"THKO. II. DAVIBS & Co.,
(iMTIt fANldW, (.KlthN ft Cft )
1 111 poih vk timl 1UnnintMhm Mrtrtntntu,
I.lojd'itatKl the LUtTtMio! UiHlerwrttrrs,
ItniMi ant! Foreign Marine Imurance Lontjiany, and
Northern AMirane Conipiny. i
W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMIIIKTHRt AND DrAI PR IN
lliwli, Slium, I'uri, liliiii, llnniln. Unit,
t'lllm, Trillll.M, r,iir.,
I'eifuinery.ln.1 Soap. VVrllham VVatche,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
CoRNFRl'llsr ANtl VtPRCIIANT SmFFTS, HllNOI ft U
t E. WILLIAMS,
IMIIIRTRR ANII DkAIER IN
I'nnilliiiii nf r.rrru , ll'irrliitltiii, Attn
VithitlHlfvfr nml Miintifintmvr.
Furniture VVareroonn No. 109 Fort .Street. Work
Miop at old Mand on 1 lolel .Street. All order proniplly
attended to. 11
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE,'
lili,liy mul Dnilrf In Itrnrrnl ,1rr
rin,nvr. QURKNSrHFRT HONOLULU
MRS. I.LO.V I)nJi:AN ProprictteM
NUkttlRR6 IIOTFI. .SlKKKT.
.Unlit Srrrril ill All llnnr nf llif liiu.
Special tcrmt for reanlar huanler. '1 he only uita
lite private room In town fr Iridic.
TT HACKFELD& Co. '
lli'iirint CiiiiiiiiImhIiiii Alrnt.
Quern Strkkt .. Honouiiu
pD. HOFPSCHLAEGER & Co.
Iniiiaitrr nml t'uiniiilnnloii Mrirliiuil.
IIONOIUIU Otltu. II. I .
T HOPP & Co.,.74 King itreet,
liiilnti-ri nml Mmiiifnctiirer uf I.Vit
Dmrrliillnn uf J'lii-iilhirr.
To tiik I.aiiifs: 'IrimminEi, Taueli, Gimtn, Silk
Cord iu eerj- thaile Parlor Set returned,
covered, jioluhed and made equal to
new, Mattret.se re mide and
cleaned at thort
VVe arc noted for lirvt-clat work and tuodrrite
T-lLLINGHAM & Co.
Im,,,lvi mul Ih titer In llnnlirnrr, Vul-
Paint and Oill, and General Mercliandise,
No. 37 Fort Strrrt.. . Ho.olulu
A W. PEIRCE & Co.
Aifi Ctiiimllrr nml Commit,!,,,, Mrr
r limit. '
Honolulu, Hauaihn Ulaniis,
Agent for llraiul' Oun and Homti lancet nnd Per.
ry Davit Pain Killer.
M. G. IRWIN & Lo.
.Iiiinr i'lictuiH mul t'uimnltiin AumU.
CLAUS RFRFCkKLR, M, (1IRIN.
HciNUIULU . 11,1
P P. ADAMS,
.f irrffunrrr unl CnmmUalnu Jlrrrhmit,
Qurrn Strrkt.. Honolulu
P A, SCHAEPBR U Lo.
I in),,,, Irr nml t 'um in Won 3lrrrhmitt,
Mkrchaht STRimr, .. . Honolulu
ILDER & Co.
I.ilntl.rr, lnliit,otl, .V, mi, I llnll.llna
' MnlerltlU nf ,-ri-r I, I ml,
Co. Fort akii (Jurrn Sr .. HiiNniULU
T WILLIAMS & Co.
lOJNU o i'uttr STIO.KT. . .HllNOlUll
Picture or all Kin ami kind maJe lo onler, ami
rraiue of all Uecrl lion con.lamly .mi hand Alio
Loral., blitll ami ClirlowtU of lU Paillic. t
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
llrnlrr In l.miihrr un.l nil klmlt of Hull,!
Inn Mutrrlnl; fiilul, Oil; AH, rfc,
llllNOIULlI, II, I ,
ACKNltt rIV tCIIIHlNLRt
Haleakala, KuUmamt, Kckauluoltt, Miry Elleu,
UUanta, PaUAhl itj Leahl '
At Kobntvun VV lurf.
i in10. ( of llriirnil ilrrrlntmll fi-um
fraiicr, Knulnml, lltrmmiu nml
Ihr Vnllnl Ululrt.
No. t')MuUNrSrnr ,. .UNoiyil
l6ARIi)llCALlroi,l .Siiurt eim fuAtKitm.
ljrllriil.p alla.i.t.u. ,..1.1 ,.. i.ll... .L-. . ... l
-- ...... ..v m iniiMtf imj tnii'ptnir ,
land order. i
CD, C. ROWE,
Hun nml ,m fulnlrr,
Par Haur, etc.,
Nil 10; Kk. Srnnsr IIokulu
T YONS & LUVBY,
AntlluMrtrm ami Cviiimlflon Mrrrhimlt,
liiAvna tiu.ti, guatai Srmr, Hoxolulu.
Saktof Furniture. Sul,, RJ Uul, tut Ocueral
Mennaudua Iiruuiptly Hl.nj.d to. !a aenii for
"" " "i fIVlM IMniUJUIll.
RS. A. M. MBLLLS,
fatklruuU Itrtu ami I'fou JfaaV.r,
No. 104 FoaTSiMtr -. , , . , ....Honolulu
XJ ILLIAM TUHMIIK,
I'mrllnil II, 1 1
l Klim StRFrr,
I'mrllnil II nlrl, ,, ,l,rr,
l Kiim Starrr. Ilnwmnti
liMilef sf AmtlKAn Jewelry i.f mm r ileMiln
llnti (Formerly thn tKncrum, Cr.fmM,) j
I I1WIIRS ft COOKII,
(Hui-i rowoRi to I.fwfm A III kon,)
I hi I, , In i, nml Itmlrr In l.innl,rr nml nil
l.lnil nf llnlhllnii Mutrrlnl.
I'riHT SrHr HftWituiiT
iyi W. McCIIHSNUV ft SON,
Lrnthrr, lllilr, lii'linr nml 1'nntinUnliiii
Asrnlt fur the Royal Htjapt'nmpany
N.i. t (;u Sirfft .llimnitiiii
-t c, C0I.I1MAH,
llliirlimiillli, MmlihiUl, ;,i it,i,r II in I.,
Plantation Mnthlneirtc filrnti on King fttre'1,
nel lo CaMmii Cook-
7il, I'nmirr nml ,Shrrl Iran llnthri,
Mini r nml llnnnr,
nf at! klnilr, Plumliert' Mock null mclftlr, Ikaiw fumtch.
Itilf kimmU, chandelier, lamp, etc
No. II Kaaiiumanu .1rrKT . .. .Hiimiiiiiii;
T M, OAT ft Co..
fnllliililhrr, i'lnnm nf nil tlrtcrlpllnn
Itnlitr itinl rrimlrril,
lloNfilLIU II. I
laift in A I. Cooke' tiew firrirorif buiMinit, font ol
Nuuimi .Slreet. tt
r KMMIiLUTIIft Co.,
Tliinilti nml I'liimtiri , ' Itrnter In
. Mnrrn, Itmiffr, I'ln,
No. S N't UANU SrRKRT . . .. HoNottlU
T W. GIRVIH,
I iilitllttinlnli Mrirhmil nml llrnriitl lirnlrr
In Itry llnml,
Waiiuku, Maui II. I
Groierie, Hardwire, Stationery. Patent Medicine,
Perfumery and tlaware I
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Strain IJtifhlfMf Itnltrt', bityar .,
fjtmtrrn, Iron, Hut an ami I, rail OMfiif.
HdNOtULU . H.I
Machinery of every dccrijtioti made to order
I'articul-r attention paid (p Slnu't ltI(.kMnilhintC'
Job work executed on tli rdiorltU notice. io
THOS. G. THRUM,
l&irOKTINn AND MANUrACTl'UING
Stat hmrff AVir .lfittt I'rhiter, llf.oh
And publisher of the StTtrxDAV pKEVi.pnd Jfaivaii
tin Almanac tttut Annual, Mercliant fttreet. Deal
rriti tine Stationery, fttk4,Miiic. lYys and I-anc)
Goods, rori street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Impoitrrn nml Dratrrm tn (Iriierat Jv-r-rhtiHfltnr
Corner Queen and Kaaliumami Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES ft Co.
Ship Vtiitmttrrm ami Cimtnlhii Merchant
(JUKEN SritFET. HdNOLtlLU, H. I.,
lmortcrs and Dealers in General Merchandise, i
Carprntrr and Itultilrr,
All kinds of jobbing pruninlly attended to.
'telephone No. fo, Wdliaiii'ion'i Lijireu Office,
Sitoi, Nn. 84 Kim, .Stkkkt. . . . . . HoNOLtri u
T AINC ft Lo.
t'ammlimton Jit i rtmntM,
IniMrtcrft and dealci in Hay. drain and General
HoNouJLU II. 1
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Urocevy ami I'eeit Store,
(OH, KlMl AND KoKtStS ..IfoNOLtLU
intfutitrr ami Ihalrr hi (Ua mm ware,
Merlilen SUrer-Vlatrl Ware,
No 44 Fokt Stkkft . . .. 4 .Honolulu
KInc' Combination Spectacles and Ke(;Ue,
Liiktral Wire Ware, fane) StaH, l'tcture Trames, I'l
toU, W'osteidiolin's Pocket Cutlery, l'oudcr, Shot and
Annnunittoii, Clark's SiOul Cotton, Machine Odr all
kind of Machine Needle, ,,Ioiiietiic" Paper Ka&hion.
Sole agent of the uitivcrully acknonlcilccil Light
Running Doincttic Scin Machine.
THE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu. II. I.
Href Veal, Mutt on, l.ambf Vunltry
ami Ft Jt
Comt anlly on land, and of choicest ((uahu. Potk
Sauuce!, ItolocnaR, etc. aluayt on lund Otirineat4
are all cut and put up in tMcrn ule. All order
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop 011 Hotel Strett, between Union and Port
Streets. 40-Cml (J, KAUPP, Propnvlor.
Watchmaker unit Jeterler,
WAI.TIIAM an.1 all other American WATCIU,
Cl.xks, and JcHehy,
All orders from the othet Mand rciinptly alttnded tu.
No. 35, lloifcu SruBKt , ..IIum'Li'.u, H.I.
tieirelrr amt Ittatnuml Seller,
No 60. ...m.....Nlvanu -SrnttKr
(Opputit llkIliter & C.l),
PaitlcuUr allriitloii paid ta reiaitini
A LFRHD S. HARTWELL.
On uk, ,..OvtkK IUmvui IlitiiorlCn
OUN A. I'ALMUR
li. II. WOOOWORTH
IUlUdayforniaiuiaitiierl.liui.ter the nam.
ri.r cuisr A l siih.i nouns tit.
Honolulu, NoveiuUr IS. itl).
Jiimm A. I'AUtaa, K, II. Wutiu.vafM
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS.
MANVFAtruanat cr ,
'IImj uniiirvd uiuUiiy whlili out jjooj i,I.r and
llw (ureadnK deiuao.1 f, lh.it l a eiuraul. ut iheir
ml-jUily. Our tiii.j.r AW Ue-iuallotb. luil-it..!.
and It lued for Ih. UU. (n l-Lw. oThjLl b. IlrJd..
u!l t, V.,,.fl'L '"Ul J'lul, W l a wild no.
whir, hUhly UmfkLI la naiuletic aoj lndimlwt.
V aial. a .ixlaUlv of family Ua.lt and d.liiM
toul Ir f (Uug. iu a iailt U lli tn.
CWeit bft wtlli il,M, )Wuaa Smlili, Co, .UI U
Our 'I leJiMi nuiuUr U ni.
Ordtrt flow lh 01 Ur UauJ. .UI lei. artu
alleMkw ai4 U W1I viinuol Uetiy,
Addra all ordert lo
IIIK CK!flAL SOIIA WOKKH.
Iltwutvur. .. , ...., ,11.1
T f.O. Boa M,
DISIIOP tt Co.
MmrmAt rtDirr lillKrlllit, II, I
PAIUH, ' AtfCKIJiNII,
MMWJ.N M, larilllCIIII.DilrONS,!
llOI(li:NlAl.ltNK (rpmHVM P I.
Ami )Ai rnm Im
IIONOKONO, MII.VW n. MCl.UOUHNll,
TtwtMtl 11 Ctmrnl Utnlhtf Jitifiirit.
IOHIil'11 II. WIBI1MAN
llrul Htlni Hrnlirr mul l'.,,;lii,r,,l
MtKHANr SrKT . lliinoi.il 11, H
lUntl llmm, itu-e, HoH.,an. KlU on.t .
Ileal Irftale In all m nf l lie Klnjilom a.l.ytimtr
fftniKl f lhw e.Lin( wmf in all lli. nrimKlnaMl.
Bl lAllllieM cnrnietteil wllr) tlieM llUnd. Iital iIacvi
ninlt drawn, Hill Cr.lli.leil, Itoi.ll M Arsralillra
anil Kiral ; wrtli lrnll PalrMMgalitie,
W. MACI'ARLAHU a Co.
Iliimilrrt nml C III, nil, Inn Jlrrrhmit,
(.'or I'linranJ Qurrn Sihkkt ,V, .Hihkiiiiu
'IheOla'jowanil llim.xolu Line of IVUiC
Jjlin Har: Co.' I lverx.l l.ln. ,,f Pullet .
Hit tVailcaim Plantation.
Id Simmer 1'latilaii.i. Hitn.
Ilalabu llaiilalion, llilo.
Mlrl'e, lail Walvw, !ugar Cmn.an)-.
I he I'nuloa hheei Ranch Co,nian.
fptASTLE A COOKK,
Slilmiliin nml Vtininil,liin Mrrrlinitl;
Nn 80 Kiko SraaitT . ...IIonaiiu
IHIlMltH, M,l MAIFIH IK
Hie Hitchcotk ft Oimpany Plantation.
I he AletaiKler & llaldam llanuihriL
l HalUead or Waialna Plantalion.
A. II. Smith ft Corntiany, KoI.ki, Kauai.
J M AleittKler, llnltu, .Maui.
Ilie Haiku Suar Comnany.
,'Hir Kcliata hilgar Comoanr.
'I he Union Invirance Coiniany ol han Franietm.
,'JJie New I mjliiHt Life Imurance Congianyor ISoMon
Ilie lllalce .Maniirarliirin Comjianvof Itmton,
D. M Weiton'a Patent Crntrifuical Maehine.
Hie New Voili and Honolulu Prclet linm.
'I lie .Merchant' Line. Honolulu and .San Kratwixa
l)r. Ja)ne It Son' Celel rated MedKine.
U'llco a Ctbli' Smcer Manuracturinir Onntiaiiy,
Wheeler ft Wilton' hewing .Machine.
TV'HNNEDY t Lo.
Wholosalo anil Rot'nil Orooer.
No. 67 IlllTFI. Stft.
(Caniilll Fireproof ISuildinc )
I'rrtli (limit t'niitlniinllii nn llir Wnn.
Itland llutter alwa- on land
TKLFriiosr No. 140. 15a if
TNO. O. FOWLER A Co.,
Air mrimml tn fnrnUI, Vim,, mul Ktlt
tlllltr fnr Slril
POUTA III.I: TRAMWAYS,
With or without Car and laxmnoliie, Scially
ADAITK1) f OR SUGAR PLANTAT IONS.
1 crnL-tnent Kailwa,and Iaxtimoliies and car. 1 tac
tion KnjEine and Kovl Iicoinoliie, Steam
Ploushini; and Culnraling Machine,)-, Pon
aUe Knginet for all purpose, Winding
Lncine or incline.
Catalogue with llluuratlon. Model and Photo
Eraphoriheaboie Plant and Machinery nuy Le een
at IheofTicesof the undernened. W. 1 lIRKLN and
j!. W. MACFARI-M:.C'0., Agenltfor no. Fow
ler & Co.
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
lORsirrriNG in iikick.
KM 31 1: I. V T II .t- VII. ,
Nu. j Nuuanl' SraiF-r . . .Honolulu
Sole acent for lhee Itland. 'Ilie tel tooling ap
liaratu for the Plantation, Hotel or I'anuly.
KANGLS i- n.vrURKS uch a
Hot Ifutrr Itnllrr,
Ihntr llnr, tor.,
Alat in ttocl.
K.xilkit direction fsir elliii2 up acconiiany etery
Cinulars an J J'riut on aflicjihn. -yr
" CCONOMV Ih WEAI.IH.'
TIIE GREAT TEN-CENT STORE
V. C0LI1KV, Proi.tor,
J. JOHNSON, Manas.r
Otrert lo ih puUtc an uuu.ua)ly larj-e vatlety of sood
for tit. caon, (-untitling in wrl ia
WAX and CHINA DOLUS,
frwin lac la )i each
Cream Pitchert, Cutter )lie, Cal DI.hr.
Plate, CuptandSuucvr, Swup luieeni, llallers
, VettlAUIIlf (IC,
fs. litihett u.
from 10c. lo joe. tarh.
SOAPS. Wathlmr auj Toilet,
IIUTTUNS of all lint
Siittr I'Alat. allcvkn
M.ilJ.S-To,-, j4 lull, for llojt.
Hhrrl Mnlr or fr t,IIUU,OOU.
o,um topie Sheet Mum- JuM rerir.-al loc, i
LwNAKII (Teibuil Caturict; Uautiful aomtUeiv
l.h,ltrMM-. ClfcAklMI CoUKHM
(IH Ut ill UM)
tut Sills Salr.nl, Oknc, etc,
Al.Couo.auU' UioaaJdnl aJnl a Ittlll Vul I
juH l hawl, .r MAaAt-iMtl-
HHTLKWH I'ATKUT TH.IMHAf,
With pal. a U.I lk
tT VtJjUtuU tow lo tU . tulvuutt.
. INM StV
lnmlea. II. .Irr (n
llHHlMflt,m,m, fVn.111, l,. liMi
M IVm Ijmnm; Umv, lsk.r, .)
ltUl4Hm; CM., LMmwy, Hrltnt'.,
I,aif lliMeft liBirr& mMiv.
IOVI AND H.MUlVn - Vul gtm, lll'.
i'alM, Klthyl. " K. M(,- Pfll, Ofoll,
llllwwll AU Ahrwla Itifl.
MIMIIMII'PI KANOIU (oll ,.rfy U i-m
FHI'.HCII HAHfll.-lor re.it.Mfn4l., n-j
elUe reVI, wllh or .hhal WA lr
erelail, UMf v
wiii:niiolm ixi. cun.f.kvi
A fm WMtm.r or laMe, llerl, ind f.a
Kneewatal liki (.'ritM Sre.lt, ltl,
ltit atel orimeM.I leory lumlle tlw
Pctet Khlre. Market, Hhe,L ItuMofthol.
wl IjuH SMt., III. 1.1 Knl.M. errnlii.
I (mill OmI Kifde, lluitUr and KiitUn
II AUK I. IS:
luhet Wulilaii.1 IL.tiH I OnV, I ukIi,
ljumlrv and Mallei llaikrl.
HOOI'MA'nt Au.i. ir uvl palters.
l(jtr HrrAheri'an.l M.rLlen llatinf: WuUi
Wal.f PI frram Pifrhert: I able, llttfil,
ami lea Kriltet; t'oill awl t-vnunt, Si-xi
llold-n, Ntfclin Rlnj, HilLlien'. Mue,,
IVVU a-nl Crurt Sraml, Under ILrwl,
Card I'.ceirert, Fniil Stainl, p,rr.
NKlJ.meintnt Tea Set, ill pari or .hole,
irry t-al ami ilr.iiattt ; plain Lut,VI(
Ulmtil in lane rarielv.
Milk Pan. Tad ling ami iJain llaIn, Milk
H.Hert; Kite. Jelly, arid lit (ream Mould i
new taltern In Slew Pan
S.MJCFPANS KnaimlcJanillinn'd iron, from 1 pint
lo 1 gallon.
JAPANHI'll WAR F.i
loitct Set, Inlet Standi, Water Cmlrrl
(JiVe, Cadi, and Ktife lloie ; Sfntlounl,
Cu.ji,doti, Clulilren'ft Itajr.
FairoanLV Platform, Cuunlrr, ami Kitchefl
M.Jme Plow, Shovel. S.)r, Hoe. Kalet,
Kice and Manure ForVi, Oo, Hoe ll.ull.i,
Plow llaralletan.1 lleam.
ICK CIIFrs and KF.rRIGKRATOILS.
IIAI.DWIN fODIIF.R CUTn'KS-Three e. K.
1, 1, and t inch cut, an A 1 ankle.
Warranted la ;rale New Vork w.ndard,
andcarWued, H, y 1, if, ij( Inch
Iloe, rtorrle aral firinliler, c
PLUMIIKR AND TINSMITH MATERIAL
Sheet Iad. a to t. lb, kiiuare font ; Soil Pipe,
lea.1 and caU Iron; Water CIoet, Cate
Sheet lln; Sheet 'Joi-t, clean and linr!,
II to to m j Hole Hibbi, Ko.in ; SinV.,
Mack and enameled; ditto Watlittandt J
Slieet inc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
CAI.VANIi:i) IltO.t Ill-'Jia.lncJii.ll,
T reducer, plug, LuUung,
PIPK VICKS, lake H lo j inch pipe; nockt and d'iei,
cutt H to 3 inch pipe.
HIRll CAOr.S Largest variety la market, painted,
bright, an J brat wire.
IIAflV CARRIAGES, l!o)V Wheelbarrow aod Cs
llall'ulyelebraletl Fiie and llurgtar proof
Safe. We keep in Mock the Iargel aort.
ment of Safe lot found wetl ofCahfi.rola.
Cut tnadeil ujion application.
CI'.LETTS 1CF. .MCIII.NKS:
Ju.t the thing for u. on plantation wLei.
fleam i available. Small hire make 1 Ibt.
ice in four hour; aecond tue. 70 lb. In .even
hour. Cut, with full direction for working,
mailed to your addre. on application. We
are aulhorUrd 10 deliver the, machines
ttlonffide at maker I.ke, adding only cost
of luckingTate anil freight.
CUSTOM WORK of all kind In tin, coui-rr, and
ihect iron working attended to. ork-tiiop
o.er tlorr, V'orlc ctecuted by cornpelenl
wMkmeti at reaonabl pnee.
IIIUVKR III.OCK, fORT STREET.
"Nimble ipence better than a tlow ihilling" and
laTDONT fORGFrr IT. ijatf
POR THIRTY DAYS II
foiiiiiieieli.ioH Jloii,!,,,,, Ort. 11, IHgX.
C1IAS. J. FISHEI. WIU. OFFER
Aatoaudluf; XUr-(tu In MUUa.i-jr
Priori, the departure cf MISS EMRICK for lU
Suie, on the MarTpoia, lealtng here about OclaUr
ISlli, ill), ill uia'
A (Irmiil Clrnrmirr. Salt uf HUUnrry,
Ta make login for (Air eUnl,e l.k, which wilt
U ircUaed by MISS EMKICK In per.
.on, and it la iiuie he,, about
the middle nf NoieuUr.
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