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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLAND,StAsTUARY
VOLUMU IV, NuM'HIiR I9.
The custom house statistics for the
year 1861, prepared by Mr. Warren
(joodalc, the collector general, were
published January 23, r86a. The total
imports were $761,100.59, against
$1,223,749.05 for the previous year,
the exports of domestic produce crc
$l7i,87-74i against $480,526.54 for
i860, The customs receipts were
$100,115.56, a falling off of $17,188
from the receipts of i860. The num
ber of merchant vessels entered was
9 1, against 1 1 7 the previous car ; the
numlicrs of whalers 190, against 325 in
i860. This was rather n discouraging
state of affairs, commercially, and the
result was attributed by those in oppo
sition to the then ministry to the
charges made in the revenue laws,
which went into operation in 1859 and
i860, whereby the tariff was changed
from five to ten tier cent, ad valorem.
Hut the main part at the bottom of
this decrease in imports undoubtedly
was, that the country was not producing
enough to pay for any more.
January 25th, a regular hail storm
coming from the northwest, passed
over Honolulu, some of the pellets
being as big as marbles. An amusing
j-? t-ircttmslance happened at Kauai during
tf 'JGiiirtJiJw'n'slorm some years previous.
Jn old native women, wno nau never
? jfjMfiijhalJstonct bhfore, carefully picked
irtf ''A i.tkai1Kil.iliic.ri fiill. mill tniikinil
VbJtfl, several miles to Koloa to ask the
'foiWsrW'-'wliat this new thing was,
" She was.alKif an hour on the journey,
and on opening her calabash she was
amazed at finding nothing therein but
about a cup-full of water.
January 29th, heavy shocks of earth
quake were felt on Hawaii and Maui
but not on Oaliu. About the same
time there was a tnagnificient display
of waterspouts in the neighborhood of
Alalaca Hay, Maui.
At the Firemen's elections in January,
Hngine Company No. 2 elected A. J.
C'artwright, foreman ; R. H. Neville,
assistant foreman : J. V. McGuirc, sec
ond assistant ; Chas. Ewart, secretary ;
J. J. ONcill, treasurer, luiginc Com
pany No. 3 elected Sam'l James, fore
man ; William Wilson, assistant ; G.
Thrum, secretary ; John II. 1'aty, treas
urer, and (no. A. Hassmger, delegate.
The fire department at that date was
in a very efficient condition.
February 12th, died in Honolulu,
Henry A. Neilson, aged 38. In a pre
vious number I attended to the unfor
tunate affair at Lahaina, whereby Neil
son received his death-wound.
February 9th, the King's birthday,
was observed as a general holiday,
with firing of salutes, picnics, etc.
I'he fire department turned out for
their annual-review, and marched in
procession. The little prince of Hawaii
had been made a member of " No. 3,"
thouu.li less than four years old, and he
appeared seated on the machine of his
company; literally embowered in flow
ers, and the observed of all observers
February 17th, great excitement was
created in Honolulu by the reported
discovery of gold, near Kancohe, in
Koolau. A German by the name of
Lehman, who had been "prospecting"
thus brought into town some rock and
scrapings of black sand, which appar
ently had some sort of metallic sub
stance mixed with it. Mr. Kopka, a
goldsmith, and Doctors Hillcbrand
and Smith made an assay which re
sulted in obtaining a small quantity of
genuine gold, about 25 cents worth,
There afterwards appeared but little
doubt that Lehman had himself sup
plied the gold dust thus found, as sub
sequent digging, blasting and washing
revealed nothing nearer the genuine
article than sulphate of iron. How
ever, for a week, the excitement was
intense, especially among the natives,
who crowded to the "diggings" with
00s, shovels and picks.
February 22d, died in Honolulu,
Michael llrown, (a brother of Captain
John II. Drown) who hnd been a resi
dent for -.some ten years. He was a
.lieutenant in the Honolulu Rilles and
a member of the Masonic Order. His
funeral was largely attended.
The temperance oiganization known
as the Dashaways, after a brief period
of inaction, revived again in February
and chose as officers: Andiew l'ottcr,
president; George Mills, vice-president;
Alexander Holster, secretary; and John
v March 29th, died at Eden I'lacc,
Honolulu, M. Louis Knidc Pcrrin,
Consul Commissioner of the Emperor
of France at the Hawaiian Islands.
He died of tetanus, caused by a severe
injury to the right elbow and arm, re
. 1 Milting from a fall a week previously,
A Mr. I'errin was years of age and
had represented his government here
' for two years previous to his death,
having also visited the" islands on a
t, Miecial mission in 1850. MnaVairgfty,
the chancellor, assumed the duties and
ct . the consulate for the time.
Y, ' Early in April, Honolulu was treated
' '' to opera music by a company en route
,Vj, from Sydney to San Francisco; Signor
ami bignora uianciu, bignor uiossi,
Mr. J. Gregg and others. They gave
selections from ''11 Trfii-ntnriv" "f.ii.
crczia llorgia," and "Ernani."
K April joth, died in the city, Mr.
William Humphreys, aged 63 years.
He was for several years assistant
' clerk of the hupreme court and a
i .deacon of the Fort-Street Church. He
. was grandfather of J. W, Robertson.
l April 17th, the Hawaiian Cavalry,
i Capt. Charles W, Vincent, had their
T - first full dress parade and made a fine
appearance, besides being well up in
urni. 1 ney were revieweti oy me
king his son, the I'rincc of Hawaii,
not four yearn old, holding the rank of
corporal and turning out with the
April 2 id, there was another
knock of earthquake, this
During April, influenza and fever
prevailed very extensively among the
Datives in Honolulu, and there were
'Hie legislature convened (by royal
proclamation) on the 1st of May. The
km: of representatives elected the
fettuwing ofiicersi William Weboter,
rm; O. H. Gulick, recording clerk;
Ckuuborkiu, cngrosung clerk ;
W, C. I'arke, scracant-at-anns ; Rev.
Lowell Smith, chaplain. The kins
speech, which was rather lengthy, con
tamed two paragraphs which I think
arc worth copying here :
The reduction In ihe expenditure now sub
mitted to you, are made not only with the
view of meeting present obligation, but from
the conviction that many of our expanses are
unnecessary, ami that the government could
be well and efficiently carried on with a great
reduction In its current expenses', and an amal
gamation of several of in offices. The min
ister of finmce will lay Wore you fully Ihe
stale of Ihe national Indebtedness and the
estimated receipts for the current biennial
In regard to our future financial proscct,
I have great holies that In a few jcars the
wealth and prosperity of Ihe country will be
placed on a more permanent tiasis than it has
heretofore U-en, by the greater dciclopmcnt
of Its agricultural resources, aided by a wise
As a matter of fact, the imports for
the first quarter of i862c.xrecded those
for the same period in 1861, by the
sum of $1 17,869.87.
The session of 1862 was an "unusu
ally long one, lasting from May 1st to
August 23d, nearly four months. The
following were the princil acts passed:
To amend article 42, civil code
the garnishee process ; to admit four
mills and machinery for the manufac
ture of cloths, free of duty ; to amend
section 789 of the civil code of the
ballot; to amend section 796 -relating
to petitions against the return of repre
sentatives; to amend section 877---salaries
of circuit judges ; to amend sec
tion 1035--to exempt certain property
from levy under execution; to amend
the law relating to juries and trial by-
jury; to amend the laws relating to the
road tax; to provide for the separation
of the sexes in the government schools;
to abolish the punishment of women
who become pregnant by illicit inter
course; relating to criminal convcrs.i'
tion and seduction; for the appoint'
ment of an attorney general; to provide
lor me perpetuating ol. testimony ; to
provide inter-island steam communica'
Hon, to encourage a trans-l'acific line
of steamers; to regulate the vending of
wines, aics anil other spirituous liquors;
to confer certain privileges upon the
"Honolulu Sugar Manufacturing and
Refining Company" ; to provide for
the appointment of boundary com
missioners; to admit plate and pic iron
free of duty; to prevent the spread of
aiseasc among sheep; to establish an
insane asylum; to authorize a public
loan (not to exceed $100,000); to pro
vide for the endowment of scholarships
in Oahu College; for the establishment
of a sanitary commission.
The appropriation bill for the bien
nial period ending March 31, 1864,
footed up the sum of $466,286.62. In
the civil list his majesty received $17,
000 per annum, for his "privy purse
and royal state," the I'rincc of Hawaii,
$1,000, and the Queen, $2,000. This
surely was not extravagant. The de
partment of war was put down at $14,
000 for the two years, including $1200
for volunteer companies.
The indebtedness of the government
on the 31st of March, 1S62, was
It may be interesting to note here
the condition of the post office depart
ment, twenty-two years ago. I find
that from April 1st, i860, to March
31st, 1862, the post office drew from
the government treasury the sum of
$9,815.97, and paid into the treasury
clur ,ie same period, $7,898.11
..lowing a cost to the government of
May 20th, the fourth anniversary of
the birth of the I'rincc of Hawaii was
observed as a public holiday. The
military paraded and Queen Emma
presented a beautiful silk Hag to the
cavalry, on behalf of the ladies of
It was in the month of May this
year that an announcement was made
of an extraordinary yield of cane at
Waikapu, East Maui. It was raised
by Mr. I 1. Torbert and the yield
was (for a small tract only) at the rate
of over six and three-fourths tons per
acre. This set a good many persons
thinking, and doubtless had an inllu
ence in stimulating plantation en
terprises. 1 1. 1. S.
AX 1TIX f.HAXT ISI.AXDKIt.
Ihe State Untcersltu Ml llerkcley.
There are two halls of learning situ
ated a little distance from San Fran
cisco which already shine in the history
of the development of the coast. These
are the Califomian State University at
llerkcley and the Jesuit college at
The latter is one of the oldest insti
tutions ot the kind in California, and
is without doubt more picturesquely
interesting than any that have sprung
up since it was founded. The llerkcley
University is the better known merely
because it is a free institution for the
accommodation of both sexes and be
cause it is the protege of the state..
No two establishments could be more
unlike than these in everything pertain
ing to collegiate life. Of the latter,
Santa Clara College, I may have some
thing to say anon, but to-day we will
glance at the state university at
Kcrkeley, or perhaps more particularly
at the life of the Dcrkeley boys.
The university boys hail from dis
tricts that are scattered from the top of
Washington Territory to Yucatan and
from the stlantic to the Pacific sea
board; but the majority are Califor
nians and most of them native born.
They live in clubhouses within ear
shot of the college bell, or in boarding
houses, or in private lodgings in the
icinity, or they are still to some extent
under the parental eye, if not the paren
tal influence, and come over Ironi
'Frisco by an early lioat taking a local
tram on the omland track as far as
llerkcley village on the plain below the
college campus. Or they come out
from Oakland by the dummy route
along Telegraph Avenue, and it is
sometimes a lively avenue when they
are i hansitu ; or they ride outor drive
out in style; or, it is xssible, some or
them may walk out, for it is a free
country and its roads are not bad.
No .doubt the cluster of college
buildings will some day be completed
and present a striking ensemble, but at
prewret there is a lack of unky and an
air of incompleteness that do injustice
to the very excellent intention of the
I he site could not be finer, backed
by the tawny hill whose well-roundod
and almost voluptuous outlines are
peculiarly Califomian, and directly
facing the Golilcn Gate, rroin the
terraces upon which the college build;
ings are grouped the land slopes gently
to the bay, holding in its lap the village
of Berkeley, while villas and cottages
dot it as far as the eye can sec.
The Golden Gate opens directly
upon the favored spot ; broad waters
glimmer to right and left, islands and
highlands, valleys filled with grain
fields and fruit trees, distant purpling
mountains, a horizon full of them, all
gathering about the inland sea, and
upon one horn of this wonderful
crescent sits the untamed, untamable
queen city of the west.
Suicly llerkcley should sprout a crop
of poets? Perhaps she has already
done so for a volume of " College
Verses " is to be obtained of all book
sellers and the several authors of the
verses are graduates or undergraduates
of llerkcley. They have their maga
zine and their annuals gorgeous in blue
and gold, maimed by the unkindest
wood cuts, and their witty and almost
wicked bogus programmes on com
mencement day. Secret societies have
they, which the faculty has vainly
striven to suppress, and a wild night
when Dourdon is burned upon a pyre
while the surviving class, in grotesque
masquerade, chant satirical litanies and
dance a ballet of delight over the ashes.
They have a library and reading rooms,
an art gallery, a museum, a gymnasium,
a garden, a grove, a (lowing stream and
plenty of broad acres for agricultural
experiments; they have money, pride
and public interest to back them, and
they have liberty no end of liberty
which is perhaps the worst, though the
most popular feature of the institution.
The male and female students do not
affiliate. Probably it is better that they
do not; but there seems a disposition
on the part of the young gentlemen to
look down upon and ignore altogether
the young ladies, and yet thusfar the
latter have proved themselves the
equals if not the superiors of the for
mer, mentally, morally and physically.
Of course they work together in their
literary ventures, for in the little book
of " College Verses," as well as in the
reviews and annuals and on the ro
trum, the best prose and poetical pro
ductior.s have flowed from the pens of
" i.iocrty nan is tuts state univer
sity, the University of California. The
llerkcley boys realize it more than the
girls do, for they take the liberty of
snubbing the girls as a rule and hazing
the boys who happen to be freshmen as
an exception, and ' cutting " recitations
wiicn convenient anu making them
selves generally jolly.
l'ew questions arc asked as to the
deportment of the regular students,
which is no tloubt a wise oversight on
the part of the faculty. As for the
students at large they are a set of liter
ary tramps, more or less studiously in
clined, who hang upon the skirts of the
college with an air of conscious intru
sion, and who are as a rule " awfully
It is the club men who are the aristo
crats in that most democratic of univer
sities, the members of the Chi-Phi and
Zeta-Psi societies. They each have a
large, well furnished and well ordered
A matronly housekeeper, who is like
a mother to the boys, disciplines the
Kitchen ana chamber mauls (who are
generally China boys), and- keeps the
expenses of the house within bounds.
The boys are masters, but she is a kind
of mistress of the house, and I can
vouch for the tact with which at least
one of them rules the roast in the
presence 01 a score or more hungry
students; not that she carves it the
club men take turns at the head of the
table, while the side dishes are dis
tributed with discrimination up and
down the length of the very long
board but her influence is felt and
the dinner Hour is delightful.
Then there are two large parlors
with a piano and not a few evidences
ot relinement and good taste in the
hangings and surroundings. Above
are sleeping rooms opening upon a
broad hall, and still above these other
sleeping rooms ; and one chamber in
common which is library or study or
smoKing room, as occasion requires.
It is of course in the individual
apartments of these club men where
the characteristic taste of the student
finds expression. Some of them are
dainty enough to have been decorated
by the hands of a sister as perhaps
they were, for there are " ladies' days "
at the club houses ; some are arsenals,
where fowling-pieces, revolvers, fencing
foils, boxing gloves, Indian and base
ball clubs and dumb-bells are artistic
ally disKJsed; some are like huge
albums, or rather like the reception
rooms of a fashionable photographer,
with a dazzling array of " sweet girl
graduates," society belles and popular
actresses, audaciously mingled; some
are sedately studious a bust of
Homer, Maxinans classic outlines in
delicate frames, a jjIoIh', a tower of
dictionaries and text books and a well
I remember a night when, as a
guest, the whole house had done me
honor. After dinner, in the twilight,
some one went to the piano and began
a college song ; all the company
gathered alwut him and swelled the
inspiriting chorus. They grouped
themselves upon the floor no furni
ture could sustain them in (hat mood
and there, lounging uon one another
as boys will, they sang ballads grave
and gay, till the night was far spent
and the only light that illumined the
place was the (anting glow of pipe and
cigarette and the glimmering rays of
the far-away stars that fell uon a bay
window full of babbling sophomores.
The present congress seems likely to
take vigorous hold of the postal tele
graph question. Several bills hue al
idy b wUoiiuccd.
SMITH & THURSTON, J W. O. Smith,
1 t. A. lllUMTON
Attorneys at Islir,
No, j Mksciisnt STKr HuholiiU'
ILL1AM O. SMITH & Co.,
I I- A. TifVMTn. I
( W U. Smith. )
Slnrh' unit Ilrttt tUltttr Hrnhrrt,
No. 88 MllllltfANT SrRFKT llonoLiur
fittttbh'tked in !$&.)
Sugur rtantation, Kailr-nail, Tel phone n.I otfirr Cor
jm-aiiou mock, hothkaihi similar seairm
Horcmr ami Snip om Comimirr'i,
Money I-oaneil on Stoclw Recuritir.
O B. DOLE,
tlimnmrtnp tit l.tiw nint Xtthivft I'ttMIr,
CosNfK Foht ANn Mrrcman r Stuff., HoN.Tt.nt'
LARHNCE W. ASIIFOKD,
Altnrnrjt, ,Stlrltnrf .7t,
N'a 1$ KaamiiMANU ivrxFftr .' .Hosoii'iu
UT R. CASTLE,
Attorney itt t.fiir tttnt Sotitrjf Vtthttr.
Attend all t!ie Courts of the Kingdom.
.If 'in if tttut Cmnntrtnr ttt I, aw.
(A IVirr Strkkt..
..Honoi fi u
O G TUCKER, M. D,
(Recently of O Aland, California,)
ItA Or F.N EH AN OFFICK
At No. 17, Emma Street, Honolulu, II. (.
OppOMle I'.mnia Square.
Office Hours From 1 to r, ami from 6 lo 8 P. M,
'telephone for Office and Residence, No. 310.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
futrffoiiM antl itntmrptithic PhtfttcttM.
Officii cornhk Tort ani Hkhrtania Sts.,
Office Houn Until 9 am., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 f.m.
E. EMERSON, M. D,
l'hflctmi unit Surgeon,
Honolulu ,,H. I
TttLKrilONK NUMRKR 144.
Office hour from 8 to lojf a. m ; iM to 3K p. m.
Office and Residence, No. a Kukui street, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Dental Itnomtt foil fitrert,
Honolulu H. I.
Office in Itrewer ltlock, corner Hole and Kort
Streets entrance on Hotel Street. 1
ILLIAM B. MCALLISTER,
IFRMANFNTLV LOCATRO IN HONOI I'M.
Office, corner of Fort and Hotel Mreet, over Tregloaif
Particular attention paid to restoration roM filling.
Relying on good work at reaonaMe charge to Ram
the confidence of the public. 155 6 11
A G. ELLIS,
NO. 73 (JlJFFN STRICT HONOLt'LU
Member of the I fonotnlu Slock and Bond Kuclunj-e.
U prepared to buy and tell Stocks and Itund in the
open market, at the uiual rate of commmiun.
Hai money to loan on Stocks. Small margins fe
quired on 'I tme Contracts.
Will advice as to Imcttmcnti when requested.
0. HALL & SON
IMr-OKTKKS AND DKALKUS IN
lltirilwitr unit llriirrnt Mrichinitll.c,
Ciiunkr ot King aniiJ-'oht STnkT, IIcinolui.
William W. Hall
i C lonrn. Ir
. President anil Manager
Secretary and Treastuer
Directors IJ. O. Hall, George K. lloue.
O M. CARTER,
AiidiiI lo Uikr Arkiiiiirlriltmriiti u f.'mi.
Inlets lu Labor,
ItnKouiLU, Hawaiian Ijlanik.
Office at Pacific Mail Sieaimhip Dock, K'laiiade. 15
TD W. LAINE.
Culilliltniiloiirr of J?rtls
Tor the Slate of California, for tl. Hawaiian ItlanJs,
ami General Agent for ihe Pacific Mutual Life lir
turance Company of California. 14a
TNO. A. IIASSINGER,
Afrlll to Ink Afkllinrlrililliriiln In Cull
InictM for Labor,
Inthkiok OrriQK 1 Honolulu
OHN II. PATV,
Sntnru I'uhllc 11ml Commtiitloii uf Jtrnl;
Kor the Stalei of California and New YorL. Office
at the HanL or DUliop & Co.
Honoiuiu, Oahu, II. I. 1
P T. LGNEHAN & Co.
Iliimrlm mill Commit, Ion Jlcrehmilt.
Nuuanu Stkhkt, Honolulu.
T YCAN & CO,
Importer iiikI Dealers In nil hi ml a uf
Jimlr iltioiln, ii iirj Uiioilt,
Nos. 10 and io; Four SrnKfcT Honolulu
P-irniiun, Chain, Sewin Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates. Pictur. KrAin.c ami ('.. it.-. il. .
order. " ,,,...
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Ileiierul Mercantile 1M1I Cvmmlilon Airutt
(JrcaM Stk.t, Honolulu.
Officers P, C, Jones, Jr., president and manager i
lions. ChatleS R. Ilishouand II. A. P. Caller! llcntv
May, auditor. uj '
filler Clmlrmt lleef, t'eal, Mutton, tile.
no. 6 ijussn br.tn.i-, Fish Massur.
Family and Shipping orders raiefully allcnded lo.
Mvc Stock furnished lo Vessels at short notice.
Vegetable of all kinds supplied la order.
TUETIIONE No, l.
lUf S. GRINBAUM & Co.
luffiorleri 11 ml Whulemle Itealer (11 r.
MakiVs. IIuics; ...Ql'HN .SrnsKT. Hunuliuu
JUT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
PurirunllHU urni ComuiUttuii Mrrcliunti,
11 1 Caupohnia St., Saw Fkancisto.
Slftff! il Ij'iLiIa sf -w -! I...I .. .s
cunurtiiucnt of tUu4 woduce.
VftIHlMtflHe MtlrP .UiiMusioidisu
Na 13 LlLIHA STMfcKT . . .IIUHOLILU
lili k.-.l... I... I.. .:..-.. t 1 . i. ..
Ua.ltn.fl ssl.H.. I., si.. .T... 1 .. s
1 . V -""' sy. uiucit, irooi in. other
Wands prmnpilyatmuttd to. 11,
Vloneer Uteitm Cumin MiiHufuelitry uml
tV.!-.! ".. .- I ... - 1i . srsi a a.
NluuLcr liutrt Uri Uiu,n L ...i KJ.. ......
- r . r .-.-. fw,asa AtWll
TTOLLISTBR ft Co.,
TAWeMl. and ittlall lirufflM uHJ T-
No. 9 NckA.su Sr.nr
7 c ;i
- - 13 gr.M -
AM AX ECKAIsTac A If
tyiiltlimiil.tr, Vrirelili;, l:itr1rrr, 11 ml
No. tit I'o.T.SriirRT -.... Hnimrtr
All orders failhlu.ly eveciiteil. 31
pRAHK OERT27 "
llf inirf Smemiiker.
Ilooll and Shoes made lo Order.
No. 114 1'orr St., onostrn I'anthkon Staflks.
P H. OEDINO,
leire unit Itruffm'tt
Freight. Patkaae. ami lUgftafce delivered toaivJ from
allpattnf Honolulu ami viriniiy. Careful at
leniton jwid to nioting Kurniiurc. with
WACONS r.XPKKSSLV FOR '1IIK I'URl'OSi;.
Telephone 86) Residence aj$ t'unchliowl Mreet.
OtTice. 86 King Street. totVti
TWf PHILLIPS A Co.
tntjtnitern unit H'iuteiut heotcr ttt Cloth-
ftlf. JtnotM, .Shorn, Hutu, .Hpii'ji I'ur
nhhttift ttnoitn, I'titiey Itooti, lite,
Na ti Kaamlmaku Strket HnNOLrtti
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Sotnrtf I'uhllc, Ju rut to tuKr Arhuntrttu
mrnlM to f.tihor Contract, tnut
tlcnerat ltuihtr Affrnt,
Office In Makee'a ltlock, at coriur Queen and Kaahti.
manu htreetlonohilu. a-iy
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
UttotrHutr untl ttctntt Orocrm,
Tour Strrbt .... . JIonoli'LU
Fieh jirocerie and prmUiuns of all kind on hand and
received recularly from l.urope and America which
will be ild at Ihe lowest market rate.
GikkU delivered to anv iiarl r.f the ehv fre uf t h.inrt
(sland orders elicited and prompt attention will be
Kitcii iv me name Ili.iv
ONG LEONG & CO.,
A lirnli for Miiiiinil Siium; I'lilmmi Hire
And Kailua Kice Plantation and Mill.
Nuuanu SrnFFT . CrmHrri Mabink
"pHEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(I.ATK IaNIOV, C.kKK.I & Co.)
Importer ilml Vnmmlmilini Jlereiinil.
IJod's and the Liverpool Umlervirilers,
lirili.h and Foreign Marine Insurance Conipany, anil
Northern .Assurance Company, 1
, A W. RICHARDSON & Co
Imkiktkks and Dcalkks in
lloiitt, Slioen, M"liriltnhtlll OoiiiIh, IIiiIm,
Vnpn, Trunk, I rifiMrs,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wldtham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc..
CnniFRFour and Mlkciiant Srnrhrs, HnNoLiLU
r E. WILLIAMS,
iMr-ORTKK AND DltALKK IN
Fiirifiirw of Krrru ltmrrliitloti. Alto
Upholnterer mill Jtilmlfiirttlrer.
Furniture Warerooms Nc 100 Fort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended lo. ,-,
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer 11 ml Denier In tlrnerill Mcr-
guhEN Strkut Honolulu
-MRS. I.LON DF.IKAN : PropiieliesA
NUMHka64 IlliTEt. SlkHRr.
"ro) Sereril ill All Hour of the Ihiy,
Special terms for regulsr hoarders. 1 lie only suila.
uie ..i,.,ic IU.IU 111 iuwii ior uauies.
TT HACKFELD& Co.
Ouprrttl ViiinnituHtoti Atient.
gUhKN SrKFUT... HoNOIULU
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER At Co.
Importers 11 ml Cniiliiilsslon Merfliiinls.
Honolulu Oahu. II. I.,
HOPP ft Co., 74 King street,
Importers unit Jliinnfiirtiirert of Krrru
llesrrlptlon of J-'iirnllnre.
'I'll THK Laiiirs: Trimmings, Tassels, Gimps, Silk
uiu ui crciy siiaiic-'i-arior aeis restulleu,
covered, lulished and nude eiptal 10
new, Matticsses re-made and
"cleaned at short
We are noted for first'Class work and moderate
cliarges. , ij.,,
T-ILLINGHAM ft Co.
Importers 11 ml Drillers l llitrilinirr, Cut
Paints and Oils, and General .Merchandise.
Na 3; FoKTSrKKKT.c Hoiolulu
A W. PEIRCE ft Co.
Ship Climnllers 11 ml Commission Jler
rtiants. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for Urand's Guns and Ilomli Lances and Per.
ry Davis Pain Killer.
M. G. IRWIN ft Lo.
Suytir t'netar mill Commission Ayents.
CLAUS trmtCKKLS. WH. fi. IKWIN.
HONOLUIU.. . . " IJ. 1
Auctioneer 11 ml Commission Mr reliant,
Quh SmiikT . HnMiiiLt'
P A. SCHAEFER ft Co.
Importers nml Commission Mrrrliitnls,
MtFCHAWT Simr, IIuniiluiu
til" tLDER ft C9.
I.uinhri; faints, Oils, Satis, nml HiilUlInu
m Materials of terry h Iml,
Ciin. FuTANliQuagM Sr Hiinolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
fliotauruphlr A 1 lists,
IO AND I04 FoT STbIET HONOIULU
Pictures of all sues and kinds nude 10 order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly 011 hand. Also
Corals, .Shells and Curiosities of Hi. Pacific.
A Lt-BN ft ROBINSON,
Ifealers lu l.nmhrr unit all klmls of Hull, I.
till Materials, faints, oils, Xalls, tlr.,
Honolulu, II, I.,
AGftNIS or schoonbms
Hal.alsali, KuUnunu, Ktluuluohl, Mary Ellen,
1 .. ., UIV"S uhl ,u"1 '
At KoLlnsoa s Uhaif. 1
Importers vf Urneral Merchandise frum
franer, fuulantt, llrrmany ami
tk Vnlle.t Male,.
No. i MiiciiiMr Stsisr Hunoivlu
ji6 ANuailCALlioNi-iA Sros.iJAN FaaNciKik
Partirsilsr atlcalioa utld to rillinir .ml sLiuiJnir I..
Und orders. .
CD C. ROWE,
House ami Sign fainter,
1'ArtK llAkl.tS, tic.
No, 107 Kins Sistm , Honolulu
YONS ft LEVEY,
.Isu-II.Heei-n ami Commission Merchants,
llky lluxk, 1un Srsrnr. Honolulu.
Sales of FunWkn, .Stotl, Ksal Ltlale and GeiMlal
Isleifflnnilise bcmuialir aiieLjJ ia. SbJ ..mk. ru
Ansrtiaa aa4 swvsajt uiersssMsJtss 'l I. Lyons,
"' ' lL,J.I.y.
WRS.-A. M. MKLLIS,
rsukUmsitlm Mr4 m4 C'ImJi Miktr,
Nol'ioa FirSlkr , , ., .Hokolllu
it Kino StBrnT . ..Honomlu
Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (I-Vmerlyol San Frantfseu, California.) 30
T EWERS A COOKEJ
(Sltle-Vjrs to Lpwimsft I)i:"tnN,)
lilnrtm titnf ttentrr In l,utntnr mat ntt
KtnttM of Ihifltttmt Mntrrhit.
Four .Stfrt . Hu noli it
JWT W. McCHESNEY A SON,
ttruthrrt little, Tnttoir nml Comtnitnu
ieti fjr the Koyat Sap Company.
No, gUKKN SfRFKT. .. . ...HflMfitlrfU
r C COLEMAN,
lltuchnmltht Jtttrlihilmt, tUtrrlutfr Work,
Hosoit'LU , H.I
Plantatioi Machinery, etc Shop on King Street,
next toCaMle & Cooker ;$')'
Tin, Hopper ami Sheet iron Worker,
Store unit llnnufM.
of all klndi, Pluinlrert' Mock ami rnetali, houe riirnih
ing good, chandeliet, lampt, etc.
No, S KAAtifflANv SrncRT .Honouli;
T M. OAT A Co.
Sultmnher, r'htffn of nit Itenertpttonn
inntte nml rrpnlml,
HnNntiiij H, I
ofi In A. F. Crwke new fireproof building, foot ol
imanu Mreet ?z
T EMMELUTH A Co.,
Tlnmltha nml VtuinherM, Jteutrrt tn
No. 3 JSLtMNlt StRKRT...... HoiWdLVtl)
T W. GIRVIN,
Lonimtivtan Merrhnnt nml (Irneral th'uler
in Hry ttoott,
Wailukc, Mal'i..... H.I
Groceries Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumer) and GLmware. 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
.Strum lUttilnvM, Hotter, Sunar Mitt,
Cooler, Iron, Itrun nml Lrud Cwttttiff,
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship'i It lac la mi thing.
Job work executed on the khortcit notice. 10
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
Imi-optinc anu Manufacturing
Stationer, Xrir Atrut, Printer , Hook
And pull i slier o( the Sathkhw P rem, ami itawnii
an Almanac ami Annual. Merchant itreet. Deal
er in Fine Stationer', Hook, Muiic, Top and Fancy
uoous, 1 on Kireei, near notci. nonoiuiu.
S. CLEGHORN A Co.
Importer ami Denier hi trnerut Jler-
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets Honolulu.
OLLES A Co.
Ship Vhmttlters untt Cummltott Merchant
QuttKN Strkkt. Honolulu, H. 1,,
Importers and Dealeriln General MerclundUe. 1
Carpenter untl Jtutlitrr.
All kludf of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Willianwoti'i Hxpre Oflice.
hiioi', ho. 84 KiNr. Street Honoi ulu
T AINE A Co.
Iinjiortcr and dealers in Hay, Grain and General
E. McINTYRE ft BROTHER,
Grocery anil I'eeil store.
Com. King anu Fort Sts Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Importer anil Healer In Glassware,
Merlilen Sllccr-fliiteil Ware,
No. 44 Port Stkbkt Honolulu
Kind's Combination Siectacles and Eyeglass'es,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis
tols, Wosteutiolm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Ishot aud
Ammunition, Clark's Siool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" pajier Fashions.
Sole ugent of the universally acknowledged Lihl.
Kunniiifi Domestic Sewing Machine.
THB GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II. I.
lleef, t'eal, Mutton, Lit mh, foullry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest cjiiatity, Poik
Sausaees, Itotoiius, etc, ala)s on liand. Our meals
arc all cut and put up in F.atern stsle. All orders
faithfully attended lo, and delivered In any patt of th
city. Shop on Hotel Street, Lelween Union and Foil
bircets. 40-6111) G. RAUPP, Propnctor.
HiiriiiiiiAir mill Jcmrlrr,
WALTHAM and all other American WATCH KS,
Clocks, and Jewelry.
Wtch reptsiriag mail a SpoUUt)r,
All orders from the othei islands jvomptl) attended ta
No. js, HothlStrfit..,. Honolulu, ILL
Jeireler ami Ihamouil Heller,
Nolo ,,,, Nuuanu brnsitT
(Opposite Hollister i. Co.),
Honolulu, II. I.
Particular altctitwii iaid lo repairing
ALFRED S. HARTWBLL,
Com u sellar-nt- l.n ir.
. .....Ovm Hank or llitiiur C
JOHN A. PALMER
E. II. WOODWORTil
Have lids day formed a Co-partnership undei h. nauie
The fHVMTAL HOIt.l HOIIKS III,
Honolulu, Norcwler if, isty
Joun A. Paiurk, K II. WiwpwotTH
'the oryitIl soda workm.
The unisersal ipopulariiy whick our goods eiijy and
the increasing dcaiand fur lliess It a euaraiat of iheir
ssiperUity. Our lluijier Ale Is wiul lu I lis laiuuiled,
and U usej for th. uU. in place of lltit wiiWA, lleside.
Uln( a xraieful, itfifihLii drink, U is a mild siwn
acluc, hiiblv Unerklal In rlaulencs and uxilitrstioo,
W. nal. a speciality of family trade, and deliier
,uod fret of charge 10 all pam of tf.e cur.
Orders left with Messrs. IWosoa Ssaiilt, 4 Co. will U
Our 1 slepbane liunUr is syj.
Orders from 1L4 other IsLsuds will lecelve caiefu
kttcMkxl and U shipped stiltusildtLi),
Addicsa all orders to
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
Honolulu. .., .,.,, , , M.I
T Y.O. Vo, y.
ptSIIOI ft Co.
Mfuciiant SrFF.T Ilnvciu-irj.il.!
Draw Kstlutnite on
llli: IIXNK OK CI.IFOUNtA,Ssnfr.incIfe,
1.1.11 isircrv, uwiu.s,
Messrs. N M, KOI IISCIIII.I) A SONS, Unjftn.
Ihe OKIKNTAI. HANK Corroralfcm of Umlen.
And Iheir llranclies in
IION'OKOKH, SVIINKY and MKI.HOURNn,
Tiximatl 11 Gnu-rat ll.miiilf Jliitinfii.
: UtDI .
t- W. MACFARLANU ft Co.
Impnitrrs unit (Vintiifesfnii Mriehnntii.
Cor. Post ssj (jiifkn SritFitTs. . . I. Unsnull
ACfiNTS FUN ,
The Olasgow and llonniulii Line of Packets.
John llsy ft Cr.s Mtertmol Llncef PacVsts.
Tlie Waikapu Plantation.
'Ihe Spenrer PliUllon. Hllo.
Ilaltahiu Plantation, II1I.1.
Mirlees, Tail Watson, .Sugar Company
'I he Puuloa Sheep Hanch Coiniany.
-ASTLE ft COOKE,
Shlppluy anil Cominlsilan Jlerrhaiils,
No. 80 KhioStrfbt... Hi.' uif
ISIPORTBaS ANO I1IALFNS IN
, ARtnts for
The Hitchcock fi Conipany 'a Plantation.
'Ihe Alesander & Hildwin Plantation.
R, llalslead, or Waialila Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Knlou, Kauai.
J, M. Alesander, Haiku, Maul.
Ihe Hmku Sugar Company,
'Ihe Koliala Sugar Company.
'Hie Union Insurance Lompsny ol han Kranicsco.
The New F.nijland Life Insurance Company of llostoi.
'I he Ittake Manufacturing Company of Huston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
lhe New York and Honolulu Picket Line.
'Ihe Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jane Son's Celehrated Medirmes.
WilcoK k Oihb's Singer Msnufactiiliug Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. t7S'l)r
T-ENNEDY ft Lo.
Wholoinla and Retail Oroonn
No. 6; Hotfl STRFKr.
(Campbell Fire-proof HuilJing.)
freih tliioit Continually on Ihe Way.
Island Hutter always on hand.
Trlkhipnk No. 840. ii3 tf
TNO. 0. FOWLER ft Co.,
.! prepaml lo furnish I'lans anil lull'
mates for Steel
Willi or without Cars and Iaxomolives, Specially
ADAITED FOR SUOAR PLAN 1ATI0NS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotiscs and cars. Trac
tion Engines and Road locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Port
able Engines tfor all purposes, Winding
Engines '.or inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrations. Models and Photo,
graphs ol the above Plants and -Machinery may be seen
at the offices or the undersigned. W. 1. GREEN and
O. W. MACFARLANi: fi CO., Agents for (no. Fow
T-HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SEITING IN IIRICK.
KMMKI.VTII .C CO.,
No. j Nuuanu Strkkt Honolulu
Sole agents for these islands. The lest cooking ap
paratus for the Plantation, Hotel or Family.
RANGES 4 FIXTURES such as
tlol Water Hollers,
Grate liars, Ktc,
Always in stock.
Explicit directions for setting up accompany every
Circulars ami f'rici on afllcaiioii. tu-gr
ECONOMY IS WEALTH."
THE GREAT TEN-CENT STORE
W. COLIIEY, Propticlor,
Olfers lo the public an unusually large sanely of goods
for the season, consisting 111 part of
WAX and CHINA DOLLS,
from 10c. lo $1 each
Cream Pitchers, Duller Dishes, Cale Dishes,
Sugar Howls, etc.
Plates, Cujie and Saucers, Soup Tureens, Ptallers,
YrgetaMe Dishes, etc
ifor kitchen use
in all itsiarieiy
from toe. 10 50 c, each.
SOAPS, WashUe aud Toilet, '.
.Stationrrv -. '""',
I'ii a nics, of all kinds
llUTTONS, of all kinds
Surlf 1'Aikk, all colors
Marbles, Tojis, and Halls, for Ik's.
Wirrl Music lor the l,tltltl,OHO.
lo,oou copies Sheet Muiicjust rectisdat loc. r
CANAKr4sCcrruan Canaries; Uauliful songsters.
I.ICIITNINU ClKANINC ('UUIUI'NU
rur Silks Sateens, Gloves, etc;,
Art ciamamly being added and a rsuii insoici Is
just at asnd, per MaktrosA,
OTRBBT LETTER BOXES.
Have been picture. and
city at the following pLttes I
Have been ptetare.1 and disllibuled llirough ih
OnTfU-pliopole,ReAr!h King-street stables, !.clco
at entrance to Reformatory school,
At the East corner of lMas and Sckou) uresis
Noitri M Nuuanu aud Judd streets
t, South t, Nuuanu and School streets
H South NuuauuajuJ lleretanU strssts
West Sshuul and Esauia slrscts
On Itcrctania, cpiAiie Lniuus sircct
At the North corner of tleictariU aud Punchbowl aree is
,, ooutu ,, King ana I'uncribO.I Mrecu
Last Thusoa. bu,uaie sad Heieuaia
At sti South corner of Puoaltou anj HereUbU utcslt
Tfacse bosll will b. vUtsil Iwka each davfesceta
Sundays) at o'llock, a. Si , and a o'clock, r.st., by a
PoU-orsW. messenger, and the letter, carried loth. Post.
oAce, AU Inter-Island and Foreign lucrs that are
ptrpskl by siasupe ww w MssnW In ine nulls as
proaptty as if they had been Uft at he Pust-otucf,
tsT Irtish aotrssrsio will nrrstiroswAsusii.
It Is the Ulc&tkjtl to orovtdc usoe. Ufeel boses".luitiur
In. cassuag er, and Maca llieus at all CAnvenisnt uiuti
uw iwuur tare, sulea of taa Pua-onVe,
General PsalosWe, H.J.1. taw, 14, Mj.
M UEJL NOT'
lit' isstlt, i,t n. tWZssf w j"
1)1... rai UI.UlFNLVf
Importer and Dealer in
LhandeherSi lainiK, IVndanls, llrackel Lamps;
O rnnnssr, Sale fuhulsr, HoiTing house,
and Polit. lanterns; Narse, PoeUft, wo.l
I'shle tamps j dolts, Chimneys, Reflectors,
tamp Holders ror sewing'tnarliines.
fflOVES AND MANGES- Uncle Sam, llncV,
I'aimiI, Richmond, " K Mol." Perl, Osceola,
Hawaii Alisha Almeila Flora.
RANGE Cooking capacity for 100
FRENCH KANIIK.S-Fnr restaurants, lioteli, and
prirate resfilencrs, with or without Iwt vrsler
Wi:STINIIOt,M'S I XL Cirn.ERV:
A line assortment of lahles Desert, and Tea
Knives M Forks 1 Carvers ami Steels, with
plain ami ornamental Ivory hMlle I also
Pocket Knives, Naurs, Shears. Irattan hole
athl laities Srssssrs, Hread Kntvssk cenuine
Frenth Cook Knives, Hutchcr ami Kiitlien
Indies' Wotk-tland IlasLrtJ Office, Lunch,
Laundrt and Market Ha.kets.
DOOUMATS-Assortesl sires and patKrns.
Rogers llrmhers'and Mrriden Plsling Works J
Water and Cream Pitchers: Table, Desert,
...... . ,n .,.,, v. , 11..1 aim .iiwfi., vision
Holders Nankin Kings, Children's Mugs,
l'lfkla Bni I irntr Siun.la.. llisiia il.si.
u in niiiini ruts, aim niitsms, Slsion
iiuiiers, ..sjnin Kings, cniiiircii's Jtugs,
'ickle and Cruet Stands, Duller lUiwIs,
Card Kcceiters. Fniit bland. I'lfrv
.Nickle mutinted Tea Stn. In part ur wri,
cry neat and deniable, Un Cooking
Uteniilsln tame variety.
Mllk ran. I'uddJnt and nlatn Ualn Milk
I toiler; Klce. Jelly, and Icecream MouMt;
new nat lent a in Slew I'an
SAUCI'.PANS Kn-nte1ed and tinned Iron, from pint
Toilet sScii, 'loilet Standi, Water Coo I en
Cake. Culi, and Knife Hoxe; fyittoom,
Ctitpidorrt, Children' Tr.ij.
FalrlwinVi Platform, Counter, nd Kltclien
Motme Flo, SlioveU, Su&dn, How. Kakei,
Klce and Manure I-orku, Oo lloe llindlei,
l'low Handle and Heam.
ICK CI IKS IS and KlirRIOHKATOKS,
iiauvin ronnr.K cuitkrs-' -n.refli.es u,
1, i. nd adnch cut, an A I article.
Warranted lcst grades New Voik Mandrd,
nmlcarlioliietl. , )f, i, , . inch
How, no'zlet and prinkleri, A.c
PI.UMUr.R AND TINSMITHS MA'IUKIAI.
Sheet Iscad, to n 1U. niuarc foot ; Soil Pipe,
Iea. and cat iron; Water Closets, Can
Sheet Tin; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
ti to 60 oc. ; llose IliMn, Koin ; hmVt
Mick aud enameled 1 tlitio WaiMandf ;
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our own make,
GAIA'ANIZl.I) IRON PIPH-fi to 1 inch J"elixv.i,
T reducers, plugi, bmhing. -
PIPK VICKS.take )l to 3 Inch pipe ; ntocki and die, .
tun ;j 10 3 men pipe.
niRD CACJK.S learRett variety in market, paintTdf
bright, ani brauwtre. "l
HAIIY CARRIAGES, Ilo) Whcellarrowi and Oo
AGENT POR .
IIaIPi Juitly-celehrateil Pire ond llurglnr proof
Ssife. we keep in mock 1 lie larxeit assort
ment of Safe to ba found went of California.
Cut Mailed upon application.
(sr.Lrrrrs icu maciiinps;
Jtiht the thtnp for use on plantation .heie
tieain U avaiUble. Small ire make la lb.
tc In four hour 1 teennd i, 70 lb, in seven
hours. Cut, with full direction for working,
mailed to our addret on a pi ! tea tion, Vo
Are auihorlicd to deliver tue machine
alonjide at maker' price, adding only cot
ot packing -cases and freights.
CWSIOM WORK of all llndi in tin, cniir, aud
hheet iron workintf attended lo. Nvoxk-nhoti
workmen at reasonable price.
IIKAVT.R HLOCK, POUT STRPITI,
Nimble tu pence Letter tliana Mow khlllmg and
W DONT FOUGP.r PP. JF 150 tf
POR THIRTY DAYS II
Commencing 011 Momluy, Oct, Itt, ISHZ.
CIIAS. J. KISHUI. YIM OJ'Ktilt
Aatuuuilinc Bartului !u HlUIuerjr
Prior to h denme of MISS P.MKICK fur tie
htatrt, ontlit Maita, leaving her about OcluUr
'tSlh, 1893, w will mala
-I 11 rami Clew utter Sat vf MUMncry,
To make room for purextcnU uock, whltK witl
U isirdused by MISS DMKICK to per
son, and is lo arrive lier.'almut
ih. middle of NovriuUr. ,w
Our RLDULTIONS ais OLNUlNi:, and need
only to U seen hy cateful buyers to le
ai'preclated. Remnants In all
s u.ii.f fttici:.
Special attention Is called to the aloe, announcement.
for I'm lily ami. 1 vie Prices lie cannol l
fsrtlleit In this Cllyl
Il ts to Ihe IN I r.kr.ST uf f'.VKRYHODV lo call
and see ties. 1IARUIANS, ahelW.wisbln, lou
All (Isiods will Ve snatkrd In plain Ruras and
Hr.S(li.ll MK CASH O.Vtl'.TM
CMA. 3. rtSMIX, ''..
. ' "
HK l-KDIKfi nilLLINRKV HOUSE,
CsrHir ttrl sJ II1I1ISI111I1.
Csissc itsnkssi smj .Vssussaa X trunk.
II M I'