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tn I tutiff Iterently llellrenit at the
yfonthla Cnnrrrl for Mllnn ill
Ihe I'nrt'Streft ( hiireh.
1 (i llit resilient of the Hawaiian Islntttle, tlw
liistor) of the Id.iml (if Mailatmr hu .1
I itulmr Intrrrst, nil only frntn the many sna
logi' anil cwniariois vvlilrJi inn) lir ilrawn
itf-tweiMi llivirtcaiierlivc liiifrif-., bill from the
hi I tint ilip-f two einintri- ire lite only fflio
tlint li.nr risen from kulmrism to rumptiratlre
civilirAlinii svitliln tlie t century ami have
tureen ril tlicir nnimtmny Whether till shall
c inilnur to 1 true uf Miulajptsrui It uncertain
until I In- lestic of thr pitM.nl ililrVuitl with
I Ik Hrn.-li i tietcrnilnnl.
i ml) in this rrntury tlic .mention of
f itiitiajix nil uvei I In- vvriilil mm fallctl In
lirnthen countries, nml the stiine tirit which
mom-iI ihu A. II. C. T. M. Sodtlyiif Hmion
to .cnil In iSzotlic fir it mieslotnrics to Hawaii
liail nliculy wost-vl the 1-oinlim MMniMiy So
net) l jcml In 1S1S Kev. Messrs. ncsnnanil
Joiic Jt mission. lies rt Mtagflat. Though
' t I irt;c island liail let r Ifiiosm tu the world
" t-r. wlirn it ssru iliscovernl by the
li'enltirrnH I'ortuuitcsr, ami though a
. . iclt and KnghMi colnnlrs I1.11I licen ca
I in thr islam! ntid Roman Catholic
fill))) -" """" "- " """- i"i;ii-"
.11 niailr, ami the niisslnnarics fouml
X 34Ri'y comtilele licalhen, with, how-
eve-r, a belief in a Supreme (!(il ns above all
MoU. Yet llicy were worshippers of Molt,
anil Hereunder the tenter t) tunny 'of belief
n vvltchcrnfl, ilivinvlicmt in J cli.irmv, 1111I
were cruel mul implacnhtr.
On the authoiiiy of Mr. Slhree, whose look,
nn Madagascar, puhlishcd In 1S70, hat mainly
furiiiiliiil me the maletlal for t hi t paper, I he
" tangena" or poison-ordeal to which persons
ruspected of witchcraft were usiecteil, caused
the ilc-atl, .iimually of 3,000 prisons I When
the missionaries arrived Kailanu I. wan kinr;.
11 rul at he as then cjierateil a.iinsl the
I iiRlish for the violation of histtenly aln.lMi
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lug the slave trade by the deputy governor of
Mauritius, the mlssioinrirs deemed it prudent
to slay at Tnin.-itn.ir, then and ever since the
princip.il ccaport limn. Jtclng s.itilict that
the jK-ople were Iciehablc they returned to
Mauntiui (550 uiIIm to the ca-tuard), anil .Mr.
Jonei came lack In Mailagnscar with hh wife
ami family, but when Mr. Ilcvan arrived there
a fen month later he found that Mr. Jonc
and one child had died of i fcur that prcaiK
11 the low lamh of the scaco.ist, and Mr.
June? a hinuclf ill. Mr. Ilevan n then
euil with the feur, and he and his child
"""in.jicjir3!"dl ali Mr. lltwn. Mr. Jones
XWi "uAlvctl, iind after recruiting at Man.
iX rltiiuifor, IVnjgjith he returned, and acconv
lyitJ, j "" ."iv, ...k .. .Mi. . ..I.-.... .iv
njvtitvi a iiimiwi ;iy.MHj; ixanama to go in 111c
no aUVnuttoVMi U at about the centre of the island
rrThe district of Imcriiia, at an elevation of
aUiut ,ooo fctt almvc the sea level. Mr.
Il.istie'i mission av to renew the treat) for
the altililion of the slave traile which he
uccomplivhoil. It nas a mint fortunate ctr
cumlalicu that, althovvpli the kini; L-vd then
with lihn four Arabic ',cietaric, when he saw
me juniun uiaracterv which llie initMonaries
thcvvnl him, he preferred them to the Arabic
andtheyvvcreadoptrdand the niiv.ioiurirlhcu
(a they did litre) reduced the bni'uacc to writ
ing and niaite a dictionary aitl Ir.imlatcd tht
llible into the Malagvvy tongue.
Mr Jones reached Antanaiuuvo in iSic
(the )ear the pioneer miviomrier reaclicil
HavVaii) ami the inivtinn in.i) br Siiid to have
been fairly itarlcd in that )ear. Uelwecn 1S22
and tSiS the I.. M. Socicl) vent out i mis
Monariei C ordained iniuijterv and S attivam
- a painter, a tanner, a hlicUimth.acarpintt'r,
rotlnn ipinner, etc., etc., and thee taught
the people useful arts. Nearly 100 sjiool
were eUhlihed under the (nlronagv. of the
king, In the eapit d nnd vlcmit), and -l.ooj or
J.iKX) children pawed through them. Two
congirgations were gathered togelhci in the
capital, and others In the villages nenr b, ami
alvo one in Vuniongo, westward. Thesceil
wai sown and il took root in many hearts but
up to the first ol January, iSjS, no Mahgav)
luul made a public profession of Chiistiinilr.
In July, iSiS, King Uadama died, and his
olficcr placed one of hl ive, Uanavaloiua,
on the throne though the late king 1
uamed hi nephew as his tucrcstor. This
queen was a cntibbloiKlcd. atrocious JezclwI.
She caurrd the heir to the throne and all thi
nenr relative of the Lin to l killed, and
ordered the lirltUh Consul to leave the capital.
Tor a couple of )eare lUnaeatona allowed
libtrt) to the peoiile in religious matters, and
the mission uitt were grv.vtl) mcnuraocil, and
renewed their cUntv Among tho people, and in
Ma), ISJI, the ipieen having allowed it b)
public iirnclaiiwtlon, wmie jo of the first con
verts were Uipllicd, ond miny conversions
followvd A native, church was formed of
people of all ranks. Hut this was not tn Ivt
long, and oon there commenced a persecution
of the UuUhni which lastsnl twenty five
) ears I Uicipicin, hersell attached to idoln,.
tor), wai jealous of any nluudonment Uythi
lieonle of the old suncrstilinus. She first
JIi Jflthdrevv the pnnUsum to receive baptUm
V-rail In the govimmcnt servlte, and for
hade them to become communicant, and nt
the clmvtvf th )ear slic cxtuideil these pro-
Mbillnnt In all the (icople, Ofheers wjio were
(.hrivtlans vv cro degraded. The schools wfre
allowed to I still kept up, and the iniviioiuries.
festiug that thilr time was sliort, crowded
their printing presses, and circulated a.s manv
lok and p.uls of tlw scriptures as possible,
which the people eagerly took,
l-iom 'ji to J3 the attention of the govern'
iiieiU wassoiueviliat divertetl from the spread
sift'hiistumtyli) iniltt.iiy cxpeililions against
the Sakaltvas trilie ocvaipjlng the western
mt of (hr iskvnd) ami jgaiust the b'rench who
lud aitacked, some town, on the seacoasl,
The pcikecutiun was alwi dcta)cd by the ful
lowing incnient j 1 he ipreeu tail !ud a piece
01 Miglisti soap given her, and thought if (he
white men i-oulil make some like llut from
nutriiaW iound mi thr island she Could keer
iter Mols rpaiel until her pcuiiU also learned
the nt. ,$ she M.-11I for the mlsniiinarirt and
avkcl tlirin If the) could nuke up. The
messenger vrc Jold to iriuc back in wvek
iud see, and .Mr, Cameron went to vvnrV. and
nude two. bars fiom nuteiuli found on the
island, wbiih so pleascl the iiueni that hc
allosvrd things to go on is they were, and the
ttivltrurii- wit tube interfiled with on con
dillon of their nuking nup and leaching hct
iwlives the ait. In $n the mlssiorurie were
uch cncouragevl at the priigres made.
Kouitrsn car pf Ulr was now showing
visible fruit, and not only wire. Ihtic many
hundreds, of pra)lng Malagas), tu lullies
wttt Ihcniselves preaching and teachlnir. tut
lit June of this jear (lie iiuoen forbade ny
mUvc, ecjl k the govumueut service, to
K rwa virisvrite, wJ Jo Junuarjr, JJ5,
the Miirm Imrst. Tlie ( hrlstians were forin,slly
acwmesl before the chief judge as follows : (1)
fjwen ItanavaliMia died in Auguvl I Sol,
after a reign of JJ )ears, and J'tincc Uokolo
timler tlw title of Kndaina II, surceeited to the
throne. This king liears a clow rewmblanre
in character to I.ihoHlio, Knmelumeha II,
lla.ltm II immetlfRtely pracbiinieil ennal pro.
teetimi In all the iuhabitantes of Madgnsnr
ami deehrtil tlml evei) nun w free to vsor-
thip ftwl accofillng to the dictates of his own
conscience. Tlw prison doors were ntiened.
the fettert were knocked off, exile. liMitcned
home, the iliurcheii weie filhsl with worship
pern with pwlm of praise in their mouths.
Kamehameha II btoke the talms, einancloated
the people fiom the snwir of the priests, nnd
allowed the mlsilnnares to Iind, Hut tiolh of
these klnjpi were, unfortunately, dissiitited ami
sensual in their private lives- )et, despite their
own evil ex in pie, both kingdoms made great
progrew during their respective reigns itnila.
tna, however, went too far, nnd his proclama
tion that all quarrels should lie settled by fight
ing, and not by recourve to law, brought his
o.antr) into great cnnfuslon and guve rise to a
consplrac) which resulted in his assassination
in March t.S6t.
llefore Uadam.Vs death Mr. Kills had. in
I Sol, returned to Madagascar and he was fol
lowed by six missionaries. 1 he king nmlc
grants of the places where the princ!ial execu
tions of the Christians had takm place, and
In them memorial churches were irectcd, some
oft hi in of granite and of fine prorations.
Knlxvilo or Hasoherma I the widow of the
king succeeded him. she was not personally
favorable to Christianity, but was made to
sign a paper on her accession, containing seven
articles, among them one being (hat Christian
ity should never more be forbidden or hindered
by the Government of Madagisi-ar.
Treaties were madi b) this queen with
Unghnd in 1S65, and with th: United Stales
in 1S07 i and in her reign the I'rench Govern
ment compelled them to pay $240,000 in
demnity, for non-fiilfillincnt of a treaty made
hy lladaim, which he made ovir to a Krcnch
compin) under the management of M,
l.imlierl, a large part of the Island. This
treaty is believed to have been made by Ka-
dima in a fit of intoxication.
During this queen's reign at the mil of 1S67,
there were 12 congregations in the capital, &G
In the count) districts, 5,000 In church fellow
ship, and a professedly Christian imputation of
aliout 21,000. Fresh iniiH-tus was given to
Christian and educational literature, nnd many
liooks were translated.
In January 1S6G, the first Malagasy periodi
cal was issued an illustrated bi-monthlv
magazine called Tcny Soa (Good Words).
The latest statistics show 60,000 of the popula
tion able to lead ami a circulation of 1,200 to
In 1864, the Church Mission Society sent
two missionaries to commence 11 work in the
northeast part of .Madagascar, and between
them and the Ixvnilon Missionary Society, the
understanding was complete, according to
comity or missions, tint the one society should
not trespass on the provinces nlre.nl) occupied
by (he other, llut in I064, the Society foi the
Propagation of ihe Gospel also sent two
missionaries to T.imatave, and on this societ)'s
disregatdingthe ariangcnicnl between the Lon
don Missionary Society, and the previousl) es
tablished organizations and endeavoring tn push
tls work towards the capital, the Chmch
Missionar) Society withdrew their missionaries.
The Sociel) (or the Propagation of the Gos
pel report in 18S0, 20 congregations in Im
crina with 007 members nnd 4.OJO adherents,
besides 20 congregations on the coast.
In August 1S66, the Norwegian Mivslonary
society established a mission to the South of
the capital in 1SS0, 1,400 church niemlvers are
reported by them Willi chuich attendants of
12,000. 'I he next ) car, ii(r?, the Society of
r ricnds from l.ngland established a mission in
the district of Interim which lusdeve'tcri itself
largely to educational work.
Queen Kaso'iicriua I. died in 1S6S, nud was
succeeded by Queen llanivalona II., who
reigned until Jul) 13, 1SS.5, when she was
succeeded by the present queen, Hanavalona
III., a well-educated Christian )oung lad) of
much promise. I have been much interested
111 reading a pamphlet by Kev. Mr. Matthews,
a missionary of the London Missionary Society,
published in 1881, containing many particulars
and statistics of his work in Vonizongo, a dis
trict 40 miles to the ninth-west of the capital.
He speaks of bis succe-es and discourage
ments, which followed each oilier, but on the
whole progress is nude. In 1870 the chief
idol of Madagascar was committed lo the
lliuics by order f Queen Ranavaloia 1 1., and
this was followed by Idol burning all over the
districts of Imerina and Vonizongo, which had
the effect of making the people of these pro
vinces nominally Christians. Good crops fol
lowed this net, so ihc p;op!c were encouraged
to lielicve that the idols lud nol the revengeful
inlluciicc they feared. In the previous year
the queen and her prime minister had been
publicly baptized. The office of prime min
ister in Madagisear is very similar U the old
kuhina nui of the Hawaiian Islvnds, and in
many instances he mat rieil the queen, v tint
Dr. l'arkcr )s he i evofueiu the queen's
llut there is much work lo be done in Mada
gascar. Only a portion, say one million of (he
four million Inhabitants, know anything of b
Savior. One great obstacle lo the more
rapid spread of civilization and Christianity Is
the fact that th: dominion of the sovereign of
the Hovas, or princijial tribe, does not exlend
all over the island, in fact, at least half of the
island U under dilTcicnl king, ami chiefs. So,
though we have lwen sjH-aking of king and
queens, it must lie understood thai they aie 10
011I) by courtwy over the yel uiiAutidueri tribe.
A icvievv of the wnrk of the I'ricud's
Foreign Mission Association published In
Antananarivo in 1SS0 gives the tnunWr of
congregations of the Ixtmlon Mission!!)
Society in li79 St as 1, 141, vviih 601 native
pastors, 71,585 chureh m.'mlwrj, 144,1117
native adhcients, but (ml) i6,3J adults able
to read. I cannot account fii iho slow pro
gteis in reading as compared with (he niunlf
of Christiaiu. Tlie conlrihuliu.t that )ear was
A3. 14" lover Ji5.coa.) llie rsuiu etab-
lishetl a niission In Miibgascai in ihaj, and
had In 1SS0 fifty-nine of (his order I here, with
four churches In hc capital, wieral schools
ami a hopiial. There are many little clujicls
esiawisncvt in imeruu, siilted vccaionallv by
Ihe priests, llut as in Hawaii but tittle is
know:) or heard of their woik, except on fete
nays wncn tncy have arge concrccatlous.
Hie Friend, clafm llS congrcgillon In Am.
bohitantel), a district of 300,00) population,
with nearly 100 teachers and cvangelisls.
The)' despise the ulols, it) they are alwaya
P)Hig, (3) they wilt no( swear, bu merely
atfirr.i, (4) their women are chute, (5) they are
I tt ruuiil iu regarj ta thair raligies, (6)
they oliserve the Sabbath as a sacreil day "
To this indictment a splendid tribute to the
character of Ihc native Christians only the
plea of guilty could lie made. The queen was
deeply affected by these charges, and the
reports that reached her that Idolatry was
falling into contempt, and she finally resolved
to put a stop to Christianity if it cost the life
of every Christhn in the land. On the 26th
of Jul), 18,36, she sent a letter to the mission
forbidding them to teicli an) thing of a reli-
(,-lous character. 1 his the missionaries declined
In eoinpl) with, and finally all the missionaries
werr banished. zn assembly, nr"kabaty,"
was called, and lictvveen 100,000 and 200,000
itople gathered to hear her proclamation for
bidding Ihe exercise of an) Christian rite or
worship, and all who had lecn baptized or
had joined the church were to come forward
and confess, death Iwing Ihrcatercd against
all who concealed their offences. Many
remained steadfast but numbers confessed, and
great quantities of portions of tlie scriptures
were surrendered and burnl, but large
quantities were also concealed by the people.
flic persecution commenced in earnest, but
did not rage witli uniform!!) during the whole
quarter of a ccntur). The )cais conspicuous
as liinei of more than ordinary cruelty arc the
)ears 1837-38 (the )car of the great revival in
Hawaii) 1840, 1S49 and 1S56. This is hardly
the nccasiun lo enter Into the details of the
horrible tortures contrived by savage ingenuity
which were indfcteil uiion these poor Christian
Malagasy. A favorite mode of execution was
to lower the victims by a mic attached tn the
body over a clifi" 150 feet high. When thus
dangling between heaven and earth death
being now imminent, they were asked, " Will
)ou cease to prny?" The answer being no, as
it uniformly was, the word "tnpaho" (cut)
wis given and Ihe rope was seveicd, and the
poor bodies dashed lo pieces in a moment,
it was unlawful to shell the blood of persons
or rank, so they were burnt at the slake.
Thirty-seven preachers and their wives and
families were made slaves of, others were
whipped and kept in chains all their lives. In
the year lSp, the worst )carof all, probably
2,000 persons were punished because they
favored Ihc religion of Jesus Christ !
In 1S53 reqiorls rcacheil t'.ngland that Kana.
vatnna was alioul to abdicate and that the
laws againvl Christianity had been relaxed,
and Ihe directors of the I.. M. Societ) deter
mined to send thither the Rev. Mr. Ktlis.
This eminent missionar) had been at the
Hawaiian Islands in 1823, and made, with
Kcvs. Dingha-n and Thurston, that memorable
tour of Hawaii, which was published. He had
also in 1S3S published a "History of Mada
gascar," which is the best and mast author!
(alive evlant, but he had not visited Mada
gascar up to this time, and his materials were
reports from the missionaries and some- French
publication-. Mr. Kills landed at Tatnatave
but got 110 permission to vi-.lt the capital, and
eventually relumed to Kngl.ind, but went
again to Madagascar in 185(1 and reached A11-
t.anan.arivo, the capital, in March. Xo active
persecution was then practical, but the
Christian religion was still tabu. Mr. Ellis
made a good impicsviou on the queen, ami
checietl the native Christians greatly by his
Here I may say that, however feaiful and
cruel thii persecution was, it undoubtedly
developed and perfected the Christian char
acter as no influences of prosperity could,
verifying the truth of the saying thai "the
blood of Ihe in.irt)is is the seed of the
church." 1 cannot help thinking that If the
Hawaiian Islanders hail been subjected to
some mild persecution, instead of being swept
into the church by Kaahumarui and other
chiefs, a slunlier piety and less often divoiced
fiom morality would have growni up heie.
During the persecution of 25 years Ihe con
verts bad multiplied 25 fold ! After Mr. Kllis
left, another feaiful persecution arose, 21 per
sons were stonetl and beheaded in one day
but it was not of long duration, as the queen's
end was at hand.
1 notice that much medical work has to be
done by the missionaries, as feveis are pre
valent in many districts, especially near the
coast, Mr. Matthews says he sold eleven
(sounds woiih of quinine In four months iu
1879, nnd could have sold twenty pounds
worth if he had had it, showing that the
natives were overcoming their fear of foreign
medicines. This missionary was prostrated
himself with fever fouitecn lime-sand his wife
nine times. An epidemic of fever in 1878
swept off 20,0m natives and as did more in
The Friends (or Quakers) .eak much of
the imhtaiy spirit as being a hindrance to the
spread of the gospel. No doubt it is so, but a
nation where Ibis exists has capabilities of
development that a more eiliinimlc people
It may seem strange that alter sixty yeais of
teaching, slavery should silll exist in Mada
gascar, but it is interwoven with Ihc vcr)
fabric of society and as every class except the
slaves themselves, depend upon it for lalior, It
would producer radical revolution if abolished.
1 hrough foreign influence and especially that
nl Great lliilaln, tho Imputing of slaves from
Africa Is now at an end, and the setting free
of all Mozambique slaves by Quetn Kavaua
lona II, is one of the bughesl jewels in her
1 omitted to stale that at her coronation she
had a large bible plactd In a conspicuous jiosl
lion, so that all her subjects assembled could
see thai she look 110 c-quivical stand In regard
In Christian!!). Th? missionaries, complain of
the evil liilliiciiccs of intoxicating liquors
jinong the people. Uuin is easily obtained
there am) is also distilled 011 the island. Alas
foicigu influence hi! not exerted it.elf agiinst
the trafhc iu these poisons- there being too
much profit in it.
Iu closing I must here acknowledge my
iiidchteihics. (o Or. G, V. I'aiker not only
for iiuiiy books and pamphlets furnished me
but Tor many conveisilions from which 1 have
obtained much information. A. F. JliDU,
Honolulu, Januai) I, 1SS4.
'I he chief of a band of savages lately
Uxght tu i-iaucc ws, on landing at Havre.
questioned by a repoitrr of a local tuper as to
whether Ik had ever seen any Luropcani
fine. "Seen them? A), ami tasted ihern
many times S"i ihe Ingeni us reply.
An Urtgoniati while traveling on a Hudvua
Kivrr steamer, one day at dinner was making
way with a large pudding close b), whip
he vsas told by a servant, llut It was a clocrt,
" It matters not to inc.'' said he, " 1 would
eat il if it were a wilderness."
1'roui 250 to 300 cats are destroyed weekly
duriiii; the warm season iu Philadelphia by the
agent of ihe Woman's llrauch of the Ol)
Refuge fur Lost ami SuHeiiug Animals. They
ate seiffocitad with charcoal gas. Last ytat
7IJ4 sal that way.
Tir Unmlrrnnf Iter rut liirtiillnn unit zs.
The last few-years, and esjieciilly the year
iSSj, vrere prolific of wonder till inventions
conlrilmlinc lo the sum of human happiness,
and the advancement of civilizing methods.
Scarcely any more interesting chapter could be
written at the close of one year, and in Ihc
birth light of a new one, than a record of some
of ihc outcomes of Inventive rnln In Amer
ica and I!urnpe. We may not in any limited
sacc make the attempt to adespistel) de
scrilic Ihe chief of theae discoveries and ap
pliances, but by mere reference iniy very
appropriately call ntlentiou to a few of Ihe
I'or instance, among Ihe more useful con
tributions lo iiierhanlc mis is the invention
of 1'iof. M, Keil, who lias produced a comim
site material of Iron and steel, in which Ihe
valuable rpialiiies of the two metals arc com
bined, and made available for n great vailety
of uses. At the Vienna Hlcclrical inhibition
was shown a device for measuring the speed of
bullets, a useful arrangement of slots in
a pin, which arc crossed by delicate wires
that connect with electrical apparatus rtcord.
ing divisions as high as the one sixty -tlmustnillli
part of a second.
In Russia a vessel has been constructed en
tirely of paper, and nn elasticity and buoyancy
heretofore unknown .attained. In Germany
hide car wheels, made by rumpression, have
lcn produced wills perfect success. In New
York a new mathematical machine has licen
invented, that surpasses nil previous churls to
produce reliable "adders."
In Massachusetts a device has been perfected
for heating rooms by the collection of Ihe sun's
caloric in slate plates, and Ihe diffusion of the
heat therefrom through flues lo the house of n
dwelling. In Trance M. Pasteur ha-, demon
strated beyond all rpicstiori Ihat animals dying
of contagious disnses infect the ground, win re
buried, with the gemis ol the disease, and he
has devised a method tbctcforc of dissolving
sueh carcasses so as lo prevent the germ
development and at the samo time to preserve
the salts for manure.
The improvements in luminous paint have
shown it to be now applicable to many useful
purposes as, the cnatirig of harness and car
riage coveis for use at night. The Phillips and
J'orrcster application of a life raft, self
ballasted by water, to be used in steering
when a ship's rudder has been cariicd away,
and thus navigate Ihe vessel by towing the
raft, is deemed an invention of especial value
to the maritime service. So, loo, of practical
utility, is the improvement of Ihe gas engine,
which has been rendered non-explosive and
reduce-d in size until one ample to move small
lathes or .1 sewing machine or a delicate
printing press, can be carried on the palm of
The rotary siiade of Doctor Ilrancoun is a
useful device for agricultural uses. Il is drawn
by .1 horse as is a plow, and consists of a
rotating ilnini carrying radial spades on its
periphery. Ihe new " fossil metal," for coat
ing steam pijies, is among Ihc more advanced
mechanical appliances. Class Jlooring is a
new introduction in economic buildlnc for all
places vvheie the fool-wear is heavy. The
velocipede sleigh is a curious rather than use
ful invention, but still of considerable prac
tical value. It consists of runners lietwcen
which hangs a wheel, operated as on the
velocipede, and which biles the ice or snow
with tlangcs on the face of Ihe rim, as it pro
gresses, while movable runners serve as the
rudder to the machine.
Iu decorative art, no more interesting in
vention has recently been made than that ot
liquid bionze, by Septimus Kurse. It is an
article long sought after and but recently
found. 1 he application of w ire gauze for shoe
insoles, imtead of cork, fell or rubber, has
been successful, and is one of tlie advanced
sanitary inventions. In sanitary science,
indeed, the inventions regarding ventilation,
purification, drainage, sewage, house fillings,
etc., are many, and in the main valuable, but
none can be described in the brevity now
In crematories many improvements have
been made, and ihe discoveries of the llrazilian
.Medical Hoard in 1883, that yellow fever vic
tims, when buried, infect the soil of the- grave
jard, has given a new impetus to the cremation
reform and added 10 the encrg) of inventors to
devive Ihe best form of reduction furnaces a d
retorts. In France the recent discoveries of
adulteration in wines were largely due to new
and improved machines for detecting mixtures
and new methods for testing falsifications and
In ihc fishery imlustiy the inventions have
been especially numerous ami useful, and at
the Fisheries Kshibition the United .Slates
carried off the palm for the great number and
value ol fishing inventiuns.
In medicine, the discoveries of MM, Ar
lone, Cornevin and Thomas were of he high
est importance as lo the influence of various
disinfecting agents on ihc virus of s)nptoniati
anthrax, lor instance, the experiments
demonstrated Ihat man) substances unani
mously regarded ru antU-ptio were wilhoui
effect on tumor virus even In ils fresh state, as
pure and camphorated alcohol, vviih which
bodies arc decomposed, clc. The same esperi
menters also found dial the resisting power of
dried virus it greater than that of fresh.
In electrical circles great advances have been
nude In lighting, as, for instance, the applica
tion of electricity lo locomotive head-lights,
the adaptability of the light tn house Iliuinina.
tlnn without danger or inconvenience. Elec
trical motors have been vastly impiovcd within
the past year and applied to office and other
purposes. Much advance lias been made in
solar motors, and machines have U-en success
fully driven by the power of the collected heal
In inicioscopy new steps liave Iieen laken in
the study of germs in (he air, and in germ
examination generally. In meteorology but
few new devices have lwen applied, but some
experiments arc now being made thrf will
probably advance the science of weather
prognostication materially, as, for invtaiice, the
proposed signaling to rural districts from pass
ing trains, and die extension pf the signal ser
vice system to more distant polnis. VemIght
ccntinuc at great length, but enougl) has been
said to indicate llut the wotld of Invention and
discovery 1s constantly broadening.-.V-fa-zar-vunti
" hen I look at the moon in ihe sky,"
said tcrfnincil Ailolphustoafarnier'sdaughlrf,
and was about to dilate uru thai luminary
whitli Is the stock-in-trade of all lover (be
world over, she quietly avketli "Well, sir,
did yon ever hapu.-n to gaze at It when it was
not in the sky?"
' What it th: national fishery question?'
pomisvutly cxclaiuml a Canadian orator ; and
a squeaVltg voice i tltst oad'cinsa uld, ' It
(, HiTtiyeu jot aJMf'
ft THURSTON, I V. O. Smith,
1 1 A, 1 in nsriiH
I"""'' "' ,,,,r'
No. j SUwiiant Staear.. .......
- If- ..... ...
1LLIAM O. SMITH 4 Co,
J L. A Thi toi. I
1 W. O. Sviitli. r
s7iW. nml Unit i:tnlo llrnhrm,
IS MMKiiAxr STStrt .. , ..tlninunu
(7V.tMriW tn iff) )
Snsar llaniiMjon, Uaitrstait, I !e ,lion and eshet Cor
,.itii .71111.KV, insniisrinti tirmur securities
UflvoHT Ann Roto OK COslUISSIlVX
Money Uttiml , Si,Kk Snrtirlltsfsi.
O u. IIOLE,
Chiintrlnr nl Imr nml .Vonej I'uhllr,
COSKXS l'0r ASfll MxtcllANT SlItEkTf, HoNiltl'IV
, J1 -.
-sLARRNCB W. ASHPORD,'
.iimriirji, .Viiie'r,n-, i.'ze.,
N'a 1 KsviiuMAKi Srm.Kr... '. . IIoi.oiilu
X7" . CASTLU,
Attiii'tirii nl Lit w it ml Sntttvy fiilille,
Atltrtit. nil l)i Courts rf tlie Kinj;dont.
Alliii'ilrt itml Vomntplnr nl l,iiir,
M Port Strfet Howoivcl
.. Ovkk Iltnr or llrsiior h Co
Honolulu, II. I
RS. CUMMINGS ft MARTIN
fiurffi'tni nml Ifttmicpulhto I'hyilotan.
Omen couNht Fort and IIrrctania St ,
OiTice Ilrmrv- TntIf 9 a, m , ami from i-j in J 6:30-8 f.n.
.VT U. BMBKSOH. M. D.
ffiyitrtttn nml Surfiion
tUtsmvLi .... ." ,.n. 1
rriBNIOSP N'HflFR Hff.
OiTu c hourt from 8U lo ioi 1 m lUtai!, ti in
OiTicemul Ucsidcnce. No. a Kiiltui sirtel, coinrr Tort
M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
OiTica in Hreucr' ItlocV, corucr Hole
Sirteii, ciitninceon Hotel Sirtct
.. .11. I
tttilliam b. McAllister,
I r nl 1st,
MWMANEHTLV LOCirr.U IV IcrVNOLUI I,
OOice, turner of 1 ort ami I lotel fttrrt-r, ovf r Trcglxin'i
Parliciilai nlltntii,n tin it! tn rt-taraf inn srsl,i fill tier
Renins on tfool Xorlc ot rrjLVmalile charges lacin
111c ts'tiiuiciirc pi me punuc. 155 o n
A G. ELLIS,
. StncU Iti ohm:
Nn. 7a (A r.iv Stsi-iT. . . ...HnMitlie
MtmljRrliftl.ontHiul tlu Suxknnil llond r.tcrungr.
Is rrrw.sal lo Isiy an.1 sell Sloeks ami UmJc in ihe
jpen rnanret, sil me iiejnl rate or commission.
Has mane to loan 01 Slocks. Snult margin; re
quired on 'I it-ie Contiacts.
VVillacltise aslo Investment! wtieii reiucsteil.
O HALL & SON
IM.OxrO!tS AMI rKALFiT IV
Itttrtltcttro nml fir net nt .UerrhntttUac,
CoKNis'it of Kpa; asp Tort Strkjt( Honor tat
Willuin W. Ha'l. .. . PrckUmt ai.-l Manager
L. C AbltM bCTctarj and lVrciurer
P. C. Jonc, Jr. An J u or
inrvctor.v 1 u. Hall, tloorc ... Howe. 151
O M. CARTKK,
lfrl to n,i AehnotvtttttjwQnt io Cou-
tnirt to yif'ir
HfjNouu', Hawaiian Ihianks,
DifrCcM IwcifiC Mail Sieanwhip Dxl, l'lpUnnlit. 15
f'oiii rjifjj on zo
For the Suit of California, for I,. Ila-aiiun I.lan II,
mcl General Aseru toe the Pacific Mutual Life In'
.tirarue (Juiirsmy of CtifornU. 143
THO. A. HASS1NGBH.
I'Scnf tujithil .le.OQiffetfNierl z, Con
tritctM fur Labor,
iNTOlllCia OFFICIi.r. llonL!ll'
JOHN "II. PATV,
Vo'ui'j I'.nlillr nml CiimmlfloH of llocil,
Tor die Suiei of California and New V,vl. Oilier
11 tne tuiu. 01 iiiktuiii o. Lo.
HoNoieev, Oaiiu, II, I.
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Itiipni Ivr itml Vimiinliitliiii Jcreiniife.
r YCAN & CO.,
, lntl"iilriM nml Jtrnlrrt In nil klml of
.lfil.fr IIiuiiIm, i'miry UntitlM,
N'os. 10 ani 10; I'o'T trST. .. .Hosnevee
lurolltire, Clain, Sewiue Machines, Mlrrvrt anil
llixror I'Utes, I'kIui I ramei and CoiTiiees made Id
"s'er. 1 i, )f
CBnBWBR & COMPANY,
llriieint .UVl rnttlllmlinl Coi'llilfufuit Au'"t'
IVfKSN SrWtLI, HoHOII'll'.
Ofticers P. C Jones, Jr., president and manager!
f,sscJi U, Cnner, tressurcr Atsl trcrdary. Iliretlort :
'I Jin. Chile. K. IlitlioiiauJ II. A. I', Carter; Henri
Ma , au titor. 11!
Prultr In Z'Wee.r Jlerf, f'enl, Million, :ie.
No. 6 tjuiiic.s Srutr, (mi .VUwkcv.
Flontl a., ( Shiiipiof onlen carefully sltendeil 10.
Mr block furnished 10 Vrtscli at short notke,
e;elat let of all kinds uipflied 10 order.
rVetrmiKK. , . No, m,
jyr s g.iinqaum & co.
tmiiorlrrt mul IIVii,t,i luulert lit Izeii
tKtk-s lleoc( Quia 8iasar, (Insouev
JUT S. GUUJliXuM ft Co.
firir.irlfi.( nml ramuththn .lefez.Ml,
i, C.iizosnuSi,, Ssx FsmiCimis
SpetUl fbihiUsforaoil iuiln.Lratlruliari laid u
SMislvrootitu of Mind leuluce.
CV.Niijiijn CltUr MmmfiKlory,
Mo, ij Jituis vtiir .,' IIokuiixd
11Jsbslt)..UiiiZKti9c WvcrueUfsi sJ.ftllllhc
IVaJue; saluun. in she cttv. Or.lrrs frutu the uther
isuiMs ihoohIv miirujsa to. isi
Vutii rUiHfnlori0 mhi!
.......- II. I.
IVlltical Coia"esll tut. Prrs CuOi uki HAr.
NumUt ;i llotl ami, tsi.es 1 u!it.1 .Noutnu
I TOLLISTHR k Co.,
Hz.o!,rii; ,111 J HrHitt l)rliDlslm mhJ To-
No. jjN'.-vsse 3isar , , , , Umm
jp. sj. j
lValrhtiinkvr, antrttrp lmmrer, ami
No. itt roT.Srm.KT ,,4r 1Ionoh.il'
All onlen fittMiitly eiocutnt. 3
llout ami bhormnker
Hoot and SrWsniuJeto OnUr.
NiX ll IoT Sf., OffOMTK IMnthkon Stahlki
P H. OKDING,
Erprc rtfitl lfmytmttt,
FrtigM, PulcsRf v, ml lliSRAr tlellvfrfJ to ami from
nil jiartirif Honolulu and vfclnitjr Cartfutnt.
tciihon rtlii In motlng Furniture, whh
WAGONS I.XI'KESSLY fOH IMC I'URPOSI
lVlfjiliofte &6; UrsMfnce 135 PuncltKtwI itrrtt.
Ottitt, 86 Klnc Scirrl lotVti
TT PHILLIPS A Co.
ImimttrrM umt llioMtf Itentrr tn Cloth
fnttf llnoMf Short, llttt$, Mm 1 fur-
uttfiiut foo(st, iiMrj tiooil$f i:te.
NO. II K.4AIH MINI? .StUKRT
-MIARLRS T. GULICK,
.Vnftrj; Vuhttc, Aytnt to tithe Jrhnot$ttf'
mvnl tn J. ft bar Contntct, nml
Oeutrnl tlu$lnta Agtnt,
OlTiCst !n MiWe'jt 11 toe V, at rorntr Quran and KaaW
inftiiu ilrccn, Honolulu, .y
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
ttftntriintr nml Itvtnlt Qrorra,
Port Stritt. Hoiholliu
'tr groceries axul proIlon of all V'nJt on hand nnd
rcicitrd rfpituK from Kurope and America wtilch
will If old at tlie lowest market rate.
Gos.nU delivered to any part cf the city free of charge.
ItUndftden tvdicued and prompt attention will lx
Riven tnUteutne. ut.iv
tXTONO LHONO & CO.,
Aamnta for JJottnul .Huffar, Vatama It If
Af.J Katlua Rice TUntailoji and M1U.
Ncuanu STRBur , CoiwaR Mapms
THEO. H. DAVIES A Co.,
(tn J-NtoN, Okhrh & Co)
impotterm nnd VotnminttoH Mtrohnnts.
Mod's anil the 1 toeraivtl Underwrit eri,
ItritKh nnd f-oreln Marine Inuranc tJomiNOiy, and
Northern A u ranee Compiny, 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
iMIflRTKBI AWP DCALERI IK
Jluatt, Slme, lUtrnUhfttn Montis, lint,
L'npf Trunk, Valine,
Perfumery and Soaps, W'lJiliam Watch,
Fine Jewelrj, etc.,
Counlk Pout ano Mkkuiant Stkekts, Honoiulu
p E. WILLIAMS,
iMfORTRK AND DrX-aiiH IN
I'ltfiitturc of livery Description. Also
tfyhntttcrer ami Manufacturer,
Furniture Warentomi Na 109 Fori Street Work
shop at old stand nn Hotel Street. All order prompt I)
attcmlf d to. ,3
OHN T. WATBRHOUSE,
Jmjiorler mul ltrnltr in (Jen. nil Mtr
fliatiillae, Ql'BBN STREKr HoKOeULU
ffiwieffjf Cornmf.ffon Auenta.
QuihN SrKRKT Hosoeuiv
HOFFSCHLABGER & Co.
film nziil CoMinUntoii Sterrhanl.
lIoNnee-eu Osiii'.'H. I.,
T HOPP & Co , 74 Kins street,
.1 Jllj'Oi f.r oikI .lfrizilfiicilrer of JSvery
fteierljitloH f FtlrnllHrm.
Tn TUB LaIIIE!!'
CorJ in evors sHade IVtrlor Sell reeUUVf,
covered, llished snj nude equal to
new, Mattresies te nude snd
cleaned At short
We ere noted for first clstt wotk and modeute
T-ILUINGHAM A Co.
Importer mul Deol.i t tn fziirJioire, l"if-
I'aioli and Oils, and General Morchandue.
N'o. 37 Fort Stkret , . , ..Ho somen
A W. PEIRCE & Co.
Hosneeei', Hvivaiiai Island..
A(enis for llrand's Guns and Iiomb lances and I'er.
r' Izavis' Pain Killer.
AATM- G. IRWIN v& Lo.
Snanr l'aolnrt ami ConttnUtlim Aotnt.
CllUVSKSCKtlv W1I.I1 IIIWIH.
P P. ADAMS,
.e(loiieer,nxil C'niMi,W..fon Morclimil,
Qvtm SraiBT.1? Hnsoeeeu
C A. SCIIABFBR ot Lo.
Importer ami Vommldtlon MerrhnnU,
MmrcitssT STeKKr, . HoMnevLU
IIT-TlDBR & Co.
l.innl,,,; J'itliiti,OII; .VufN, un.l llalUIng
Jlnlfrluli uf rrerj; A(nf.
Cok, t'liitr ivnd iiukw ,Srs ...Hdnolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
101 anu 101 I'emr Sler.r.r Ho-solvlv
IVturesof all sires and kinds made lo order, ant
frames of a'l detcuistons constantly on hand. Also
Corals, Miclls and Curiosities of the Pacific. s
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
rnlvrt tn Lumbar nml nil Klmts of Jlufdf.
fur Mnltilitl; i'atnt; !', ,Vafl, Ze.,
HuNoevLV, II, I.,
AuSNIS tr SCHUOMBSS
Haleakala, Kulanaiiii, KekanluoU, Mary Ctleo,
UUania, Pauahi au4 Leald.
At Itoltnson's Wharf. r
Importer of Central MtnhnHitt from
fruiter, Knalanil, (le-rmaui eiNil
. 1'iifleil mate;
Nu. TjMaaauNT.SiasKT . , . tloKoiuio
116 and nt CaeiroeniA Srsaat....!Ai Ksasciscu.
I'irtkulu ail.niUi iiatd to fdlirei ud ihlyr4n( Is
D C. ROWE,
Houtt 11 11 J Mtgn futmltr,
Parse lUx.iif, etc,
No. 10, Kite Sfasir ..Homoli'lu
T VONS ft LBVKY.
Autllumem nml Commlitlitn Mertknnll,
IKavsa ilixet:, Qvaax mr, llimoivef.
We.of furniture. SsUfk, Keil l.jslt .laJ Uentral
alervhaislis pruutrsl)- allen.le.1 10. iyJIm .(mil for
AMcriraii .rui j-airosail mercruzwltse,
JyJRS. A. M. MBLLIS. m
I'utktoHuult Itrtf nmJ t'lomk Milker.
No, ior liitrt Snsar. ... .. r...,.llootet
yt W- McCHBSNBV ft SON,
Ill-It; Tit'lour mmt
,spHrt, fs the Rsdfltl Sm, CwaiAny,
No, 4 Qpurm StsT ,, . ,...Mms.vu
34 Kinei Sresrr..
Imfsstter of American Jeieetry of eeerj- descrlp
tinn. (Kormerty ol San Iraneiseis, Cahfonifs.) 50
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Siccassrms to I.swiis A Di-rsrtn,)
InilioiletM nml Denlere In I limber nni nit
klmh of Jlnltillnn Mntertnli.
Four- Smstr llDVOLUlt
-s C. COLEMAN,
nest lo Castle ft Cooke's
Shop on King Street 1
Tin, Copper ami Sheet fr-ofi linrhmr,
More nml ltanaee,
cf att kinds, Plumbers' itock and mefalt, house furniih-
nf Kuoiti, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
Nn. S (CAAiiiMAiir ,STmT HnxoLieu
T M. OAT ft Co.
Saltmithtr, f'iiy of all Uenerlplloiie
matte ami repalreil.
IIovoluiv . H t
1.0ft in A. P. Cooke's new fireproof buiMiejt, fot ol
N'utianu Street. ti
T BMMBLUTH & Co.,
Unemtth and l'firiub.r, Dmttar In
.Store., llaltut! Tin,
No. s Niuanu Srncir HonOLetv
T W. GIRVIM,
t't-Mvtiailon Jfrlmnt umt Oesierrit Dealer
Im liry OooJt,
WAItCKK, Mail . II. I
Groceries. Hardware, Stationery. Patnnt Medicines,
Perfumery an 1 GlasiMrarc. 1
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,
.Wetim Knntnmi, llollnr, Sugar Mttte,
Cooler, Iron, llrae ami Lvail Cntltitj.
HoNOl.CLU .... H.I
Machinery of eerry description made to order.
Particular attention pstd to Miip's Ulacksmithing.
Joh work executed on the rhortest notice. 10
npHOS. G. THRUM,
IwrofTiNa anii MANVracTiiKiNU
Stationer, yew Aural Printer, lloaL
And puliislieruf iheSvTVSliAY PKe$s,and,)nu
a AtwiiKM ant AnHu.il, Merchant street. Dei!
cr in r-ise btalio-iery, Itookt, Music, Toys and Kane)
Goods, Fort street, nrar Hotel, Honolulu.
A S. CLEGIIORN & Co.
Importer anil Denier In General Mor
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
TJOLLES ft Co.
.S7fjz Ctiamlter 11 ml Commteiton Merchant
Qe-CKM Stkubt. HoNoLuec, H. 1.,
Imrorters and Dealers in General Merchandise.
Caruontnr and Jtnthler,
Alt Undi f jobtin promptly attended to.
Telephone So. 130, WiUi-vmson's lxprcu OiTiCe,
T AINE & Co.
Imiortert and dealeri in Hay, Grain and Genual
E, MdNTYRB c BROTHER,
tHroaery nml Feed Star.
COU. KINO ANU KoKTSfS HONOLVU
A U SMITH,
Importer nnd Dsttler itt dataware,
Merldan Sttrer-l'tnted Ware,
No. 44 Furt Strkbt , .. Honolulu
Kins' ContUnaiion bpecucUi and ryegUuti,
I.uttru Wire Ware, Fancy baipi. Picture Frame. Pi
tols, Wostenholtn't 1'os.ktt Cutler), Powder, Shot and
AmmuuUbn, CUrU'i Spool Cotton, MMlune Oil, all
kinds of Machine Need lei. "Dome t tic Paper Fatl'tont.
Sole agent of the wmcrully acLtiowiedjcd I igtit
Running Dome 1 tic hewing Machine.
pHB GERMANIA MARKET.
HoKOLtLf, 11. I,
llmef, Von I, Mutton, tnnth, Poultry
V and fish
Cod turn 1) on land, and of choke tt quality I1
bautaett. lloloctia. etc . altrait on hand. Our m.
are all cut and put up in fc.au crn tile. Ail orders
or meat 1
faithfully attended tu, and delivered In any pat of the
city Shop on Hotel .Street, between Union 01 id rcn
Streets. (40-60. G. RAUPP, fropnetor.
iSf4lriinrizer amf Jeteeler,
WALTHAM and all other Amerlran WATCHES,
Clocks, and Jeoclry.
'Watch repalrliis; inssJo a Upeolallty,
All orders from ihe olliei Islands promptly attended to,
No. ss, liaise hrfnar, , . ..HoNoeiei', ll.l.
Jeweler ami IHuntomt .Setter,
Not. , ...NUI'AKU .SjKSKT
(OcikhIio Holli.isr 4 Di ),
llasolulu. II. I.
Particular suentlon paid lo repairing.'!
TTOPP ft CO..
74 Kims SratiT
UjihtiUtmre, Jkraper nail Jtettter In all
kind of furniture.
(rouLv svim .outs ft Co.)
Ilholeeal ami Jtelall (liocer,
111, KisciSisssr .....Ukoih HashouvIIaiu
Family, rianutlon, and chip slorel ui!ll at thon
mi ai tnorr
den , fruiri
notice, sew giXAit oy every tseamcr. evrders
ine oilier isunaiaitniuiiyeseesiieo.
Telethon. No, no.
WholaiasI avail Rsstkll Orooora
Ns. (i llorst. SiaasT,
(CamibeU Flit proof DulUU)
rrk flmsti ISmlin staff sz m lA. ITaiy.
ANNUAL FOR tHf
IS how tsatnr rea villi mtfa
sad.IsUliiad zsou of lli Kl.c.i'ws In twFeA4
IVss, lz sssy, jws, t , t wl 1 rol, P tsv
ttlllS. 14. I lilt I'M,
TDISHOP ft Co. .
ManciiaffT Siasat ... Hokoh n
Dnss- nwjsenj. art
Ttin UAHK.Qt CAUrORNIA, Ssn Franclsej.
...., Jin ,,,
Messn, N U. ROTIUCIIII t SuNs, Im.ion
1ht OKlKKTAlf rvASK Corporation of tendon.
Asl lbs DniiKhes In
HONOKOXO, &VONCV and MCLEOfRNC,
THnmt it GtmrQl fleinlirtc Bminn,
p W. MACFARLAME .1 Co.
(Bearer niet )
Cor, roTandQuaMSrsfTa ,,E IIomolVLU
Ths Oiaijow and Hoiwioln Mm f Pack.n
John liar & Ccs't l.herrwl U, of I'.tlnti.
1 he Wafram HaniAiUn.
Hie Sotnter I'lanMilVn, llllo.
IJaValiu fbtiiiliw, HI)
pASTLU & COOKE,
Shipping ami CommUtlon Merchant,
.Vo. 80 KiMiSraatr Hovoiviu
iMronTERS Ann dbalrks im
The Hitchcock .s. Company's riantatioa.
The Aleesnd'Z oc llaldisin I'Lintatioti.
II Haliteid, cr Waialos Hamarba.
A. H, Smtih ft Companv-, Kcloj. Kauai.
J M. Aleunder, ilaiku, Maul.
Ths Haiku Suntr Coinrsny.
The Kohala Suar Company.
The Union Imuranc. Lompany ol ben rranlcwn.
'Hie New Tnstand Life InsurnnM Company V'llostoi,
1 he IllaVe iMaQiifaclurina Couiiany of llj-Hon.W
D. M. W'eslon's I'atenl Centr fusl Machiaas.'
The New York and Honjlulu l'-cket Line.
lha Merchant's I.tn. Ilonolutii anJ Ssa Kranclico
Dr. Jaynes A Son's Ce'eHaieil Medicines. J
Wdrox a OibVs ?ln5er Manjfaaurinj Cdrnpany. ,
Wheeler ft Wdion's .sewlnj Machines I73iyr
J-NO. O. FOWLER & Co,
.Ire jirrpnreit In fnnilth rton ami Jittt-
tnutr fhrr'.Stet 1
With or without Cart anJ Locmire, Specially
ADAITF.D FOr. SUOAIt P LACTATION'S.
Penranent RalUays, and Locemotjvei and care, Iraci
lion Engine! and (load LocXi'n liyet, Stum
I'loiiKiiinc and CllHimtlnE MechiiiTrs-, Prt-
able Lnjines fvr all iurrwio,- Winding
- Knalnes or tnaines.
-aCaialorniel wllh Iltitsiratloiil. Models and Pnoto
pit at o
t ilia ol
3. W. a
ranhs ofthe above Planu and Machinery msy l iton
It ilia olTiMi of tli uiiJeri?nel. f.
I,. liitEUN and
O. W. MACFARLANC U CO . Artnt for Inj. Fuw
ler & Co.
THE MONTAGUE RANGE
for scrriHo in brick.
j: jf h in.vrii . co, ,
Xo, j Ncuanu Srafit Honolulu
Sole aj-iuv for these islands. The bet; cooking. ap
raratusforthe Plantation, Hotel or Family, )' X
RANGES FIXTURES such at'jjf
fol rn(r Jlotlen,
II iifr r- Colls,
Orate Hart, :ic,
Alut)s In nock.
Explicit dircctioos for lellire; up accompany tvy
Rtnye. ' ''
Circulars cud Prictt on cfflicaliopfrtir
" TpCON'OMY lb WEALTH."
THE GREAT TEN-OENT SIOItE
V. COI.IICV, Proprietor,
J. JOHNSON, Manager
Oilers to the public an unusually lare variety of gOoJi
for the tcasoa, coiiiUunj in pan ol
WAK and CHINA DOLLS,
from 10 c 10)1 .-tch
bu j, r Dovili, eic.
CROCKI'.RV P.pfyA' 4.
I'laiei, Cupsand Saucers, Soup-Tureens, Pjalttr
TINWARE T '
for ktithtn ui.
'Iu ail lit earlety
from 10 r, 1050 c escli
SOAPS Washing and Toilet,
Fhavm, of all kinds -.
Buttoiii, of all klnji
Stair Paro-t all colon
MwUei, lopi, and IUII, ht lloji.
MhAt'lfii tm t aiv
r Iho 1,(100,000.
'S!Wfc .. .
Cllpiei OMII ,MUIW
Ijj! received l Ic c, r
CNAktLS-rrrijii Caiurlet t beauliful ton41l.fi.
LtClllMIMl ClXVHIJKi tfeUrfJtNIt
"" (ine U fn vse) -
1 or isdki, tslieni, Ctovt., 11c
Ar. rcbsunily Iclnir adJed ant)
mem mvoica Is
juit m TiaiiJ, per Hasiios
.JSSr. ,fout smtET"
IF . ..
O. M. CROWLEY (ftrmilfaaUrunO l.rfn.c
lino pafinsrsrilp wilB asi(.liult
new tUia will be known at
). ,. ,,,., . .,.,..,. ,Ki9 Srasar,
OfftitUe Wkiiiaan I Wrktbi't.
Estrydsmlpiloacffuralftii. u towru zabt al If
la Sd; Hontatlx, ami utez ' mijl,
raH Ka uawaaea.
Cle jant vn Klifti and tfWwfcj.
mr m. iue - sssf()M - and "CIIAl.i.t.z
i'w e -seuutazz: ttsrrei
StSv v a lb-