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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH i5hh '
WlIOLK NUAIIIKR 185.
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I Mer-woii ti-lth Hiiiim I'erfe ,tn,f In,
Mr- Mimr iirif, ur'omt
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nuf'imwny, Mr. David
flfei Ufkli lnLttSrm,l rtiiil lt' Mr
V I ii)(?,tkWf.(lp')i,1iiliUu, lintc bccii
fthuHwtflnoH , 1 11 the Hnii Irminsu)
( lifoTrlPIc litis; .n-nrllf it imk'litccl for
whnt Mr C'oiiwny nnd Doctor l-ini1
hate li.nl to mv of 11s. Mr. Artec linn
ffivcn liis (nnrtlrt but rather too lmnty
Impressions of I limoltilnti nrcnury,
pco'ilc, Milltics nnrt nroblcini, llirmiK.li
tlial iiltt.n live nnrt hi-jlily rcspiHtalili
medium, the WimliluRtoii Kuptibllr,
Mr Kajiiiond lux written koiiio pic
turc.(ue lies nnrt Rome anything but
pictureiipio ttutlis nbotit 111 to the
( lili ago News nnrt one of the Sydney
p.iperi. Mr, Tmil'les b.is iidvcitiwd
bin inability (o see below the sulfate of
tiling,, in the columns of tin1 han rran
1 ( o I'Anniincr.
In the year 18 nn Kn-jlish traveler
lauded nt Vera Cm, Mexico. He left
that safron tinted, inalaria-redolciU sea
port nt 9 o'clock the next morning, and
reached the city of Mexico within
twenty hours thereafter. Within the
twenty hours then following he was on
the return train for Vera Cruz, nnrt
before the Mexican sun hurt four limes
set upon its liunin-likc isitor he was
homeward bound, with the chalk cliffs
of Dover in the fore front of his loyal
longing. When this remarkable traelcr
re leached London he, published a
book nbout Mexico ns n field for the
investment of Knglish capitalists. It
was reserved for Mr. Moncure D. Con
way, himself .1 Londoner of some years
residence, to sum up the diameter of a
community from data gathered during
a ten hours' stay (or less) while his
steamer was coaling and discharging
cargo. If c I lonolulans were revenge
ful, wc might find considerable mali
cious satisfaction in the fact that the
Australians have handled Mr. Conway
without dotes; hate called him a
shallow humbug, who plays tenpins
tyith a few very woodeny theories of
1 lie, and wiiose good opinion is less
worth having than his dispraise. Yet
Mr. Conway so much must be ad
mitted is a brighf, nay a brilliant
writer ; and he tossed a polemic orange
into the rcligio social campus of I lono
lulnii life that ought before it become
over-ripe to furnish food for better
thought concerning the right solution
of our Sunday question than any of us
And Mr. Ross Raymond I Charm
ingly cl1arl.1t.1nic that imaginative young
man who in his mind was Lady
Iirassey's brother, and whoic standard
was indicated by his intimacy with Mr.
Filch I How like you, gentle reader,
this picturesque bit of manufactured
r Among Ilie last to come on shore was a half
while riI, whose history I promised in the first
paiMr. She was the child of a native woman,
whoso father was n chief of Kalua, by the cm ncr
and master craVankceuhatin;lurk. Whenlhe
Upper, becoming rich, retired Ironi business
and settled In the islands at Itilo, he brout-ht
hit native wife to the home lie hail made and
set to work to make a Christian of her; )ou
may readily fancy that his methods were crude,
like his oxthodoiy, anil he indulged in rum and
spiritual lessons in unequal proportions, punc
tuating his teachings in one and his indulgence
in the other with wife-beatings to such an extent
that the simple-minded woman through! it well
Iodic. This she did, and n jury, who were
considering the responsible share that the
captain bad in her demise, found themselves
deprived of any painful duty by the suicide of
the captain by the sailor-like method of a rope.
tlic girl livul for a time under the charge of
11 teacher in the school. She was, and is ct, a
lwautiful creature, andajoung English engineer,
cngiged at one of the big sugar plantations,
felt in loe with her. lie was a fine ounc
fellow, and thenntch w.isapprocd by all who
nail the interests of the two at hcait, when one
day there appeared on the face of the girl a
Mating red spot, which spread from the check
to the ear, and then developed into tulwrculcs
over the neck and they said she was a Icjkt.
Thil happened In June. The girl declared
she was not, but the inexorable law forced her
nway to Honolulu. Meanwhile she declared
she was not afflicted, nnd insisted on liming her
lover lielicve the was temporarily in Honolulu
visiting ami making some purchases, and so
on, preparatory to the wedding set for October.
Jlul there came a time when she could no
longer deceit c herself and no one would un
deceivehim. Oncdavhecame to Honolulu r,n
business. It was the day appointed for the
sailing of the lepers, ami her case rapidly ad
vancing, she, with the rest, was U-ing led to
the steamer when her Inter saw her. One wild
cream fiom her, and he had dashed at the
guard In sain cITort to rescue her. In a few
j' minutes he is dragged away by the police, nnd
he, In a rainllng condition, U carried to the
teste!. All night, till, girl lay uoii her lircast
sobbing, and now, looking as wild as night, she
springs ashore and casts a look around. Then
she sees the priest standing there, ami falling
at his feet, claps his knees and cries for help,
'Von are good," she mj. "I luvchlm.o.
He it in ptisnn. I shan't see him again. Let
hiui come to me. lie will come, We love
each other. I hate gben hint evtrilhing, but
lie does not love me less because. I am a leper. "
Hut the priest strove only to raise her. Then
she cnlliil out. "Oil, (io.ll if this e indeed
Thy piU-st, show me that Thou art kind and
move hit heart."
I turned away, but 1 saw the old priest's
cheeks were wet with tears, and that ha held
x in his arm the fainting from of one whoegrcat-
J "tgilvfwrs not alone in her leprosy,
; As dogmatic as Moncure Conway
but in no sense designedly (Ubricant, as
j is Ross Raymond the recent l'res-
liytcrlan pastor of Wniluku is thus
v rciwrleU by the San Francisco
The Kcv, I)r, I-ane, pastor of a Protestant
church in Honolulu which he newt was, J
.preached a sermon on Sunday afternoon in the
Chanel or the Young Men's Christian Associ
alion. In the cvutm of hi remarks he
itferrcU to the work of the missionaries on tlie
islands and the tunriTuI political ami vicial
bices they were compelled to contend against.
bj ' i" ' v -"" 01 imcrica iq pray
,. v "... uimi migm lie reclaimed
from the ilaiuning Inllucnces that are gsinlng
Mw upie, luntl there. The great etil. of the
4y it KalAaiuV kingdoui, he utl, are fiec
mm, leproy and opium. The govtrument
now sltntr the mIp nl Ihpior In natives and
drunkenness Is Incrrmlng frightfully, Lrptm),
In nhl, was spiralling rapidly over the Islsnds
and llir victims nf the terilblc illw.nr wrre not
nlwnyn returned from llif rrst of the com
munity. TI111 C'liln'se Imr Intrixlucnl their
imllnnfll vice of opium smoking, which Is
ipreading to an ntnrming extent. The mil
Moninc bail nlsii In battle agiinst the power
ful Inllitcnrp of Knl.iksua'n liscltlous court.
Thi1 king was leading tin- realiii back tn Its
former IwiIkuIc state. Ills revival of Ihp
huliiluilii, the most sensual ilmcc of ihc olden
lime, showed the real nature of the king's ills
KXlllon. Afler the sermon a Chronicle rcorlcr asked
Mr. Ltnr for furlher details of the dcb.iiichcry
of the court and the sprcd of leprosy.
" leprosy Is spreading rapidly nn the
Islands," he answered. " I nllcndeil a meet
ing in a mission school In Honolulu a few dtys
lielorp I left Ilie Islands, anil while lliero I saw
n little .Scandliiavbii loy of peculiar np
pearonre, '"Why do you Invc him here?' I asked
the lady In charge,
" ' Why ' she Inquired.
'" lie Is ft leper,' I said.
" ' Wc know it,' she rejoined, ' but the gov
ernment allows him In remain with his parents,
If they take charge of him.'
" Vcs," continued Mr. Line, "the de
bauchery nrnnng Ihc low whiles and Ilie natives
is apptlliug, and the mailer Is dally growing
" What effect his the law allowing the sale
of liquor to Ihc Halites had on the kanskas?"
Initilriil the reporter.
" II was used by Hie government nrly to
demoralize the natives with whisky and cam
their voles. It has Incrcised drunkenness
" And opium smoking ?"
"That Chinese sice Is spieading every
where. It is infecting all classes, It is re
tlucinc the native to a Itabby, immoitnl con
" And Knlakaua ?"
" He is a sensual monarch. Ills tendencies
arc low and earthy, lie is the patron of the
hnhhiila, the dance of nude nitivc miidcns.
1'c Is not leading the nation upward, but is
dragging it into sensuality and debauchery by
Now the Rev. Dr. Lane is undoubt
edly nn honest man, believing what lie
writes to be true ; and hundreds of
people believe ns he writes. Hut hun
dreds ol just as honest people think
tcry differently. Vide Mr. David Gra
ham Adce, for instance. His first let
ter to the Washington Republic was
reprinted entire by the Honolulu Bul
letin. It complimented King Kalakaua
highly. In his second letter he writes:
I bclitsc the King himself seldom wears one
of his numerous honors of this sort and only
upon extraordinary occasions, but usually, ap
pears at evening entertainments in the modest
dress of our own American president. His
majesty's dignity of detriment, howcter, and
unstudied courtesy and graciousness of address
sufficiently serve 'to designate him from the
other gentlemen of the company, while his
kingly stature and manly countenance recall to
mind the traditional demeanor of the stately
Hapsburg line, although it is no compliment
to the cultured and travelled man-uf-lhc-wnrld
now on the throne of the brave Kamehamchas
to liken him in any wise to the illiberal, if
illustrious, race of imperialists of that most
despotic dynasty, for the island-crown of Ha
waii fiularly worn by the soldierly, knightly
and princely King Kalakaua.
Now Mr. Artec is a gentleman, a
man of the world and qualified by in
tellect and training to weigh men care
fully. He found in King Kalakaua
much to admire. Are we to make up
our minds that the king purchased Mr.
Adce with a breakfast and a friendly
chat; or shall we frankly admit that
there must be in the king's personality
traits worthy of admiration, or else a
man of Mr. Artec's mental caliber
would not so unreservedly have praised
him ? It is true that cautious men may
object that Mr. Adec made up his
mind too quickly1 in estimating the
worth of a sotcreign against whose
policy the brains of a busy community
are so manifestly united, llut Mr. Adce
has giten us his opinion, and tte have
no right on the surface of things to
question his motive.
Fortunately, Mr. Artec docs not dis
miss his eulogium without a note of
warning. It is to be hoped that friends
of Minister Gibson will not neglect the
following paragraph :
The possibilities in the pathway of the Sand,
wich Islands are strikingly obtious to the
stranger visiting there. Willi the navigation
of the t)e Lessens canal thrown open to the
world, they must immediately assume consider
able commercial moment. With a cabinet of
councillors composed ol mature, experienced
and public-spirited merchants (men such as
Alexander J. Carlwright, a representative
Ainciican, and Paul Isenlierg, a representative
German), characteriiing the, immense shipping
interests incident to the position of these Inter
continental islands on the marine chart, their
capital city might well become, within the
common lioiinds of probability, a modern
Venice in maritime and mercantile magnitude
and material prosperity.
The present ollcy of permitted monopoly,
the undue potter exercised by successful and
energetic enterprise and fostered and developed
by the sjcophancy of the ministry and the
supineness of the monarchy, must prove nltt.
mutely disastrous to the welfare of the people
at large and the whole country, Reciprocity,
lUiiiliKrintiiuiifii, open competition, a fair
field anil no fator, these are the things that
contribute to a nation's perpetuity and pros,
perity. Co-operation with the methods of old
commercial corporations, the tried fliends of
past years j unrescrtcd encouragement of uni
versal capital 1 the willing observance or con.
finned, treaty obligations, such arc interests as
well at duties. I'ultiolism does not lie In the
direction of growing ni'inonoly- or the short,
sighted promotion of self-aggrandiicment at
the cost and sacrifice of anything and every,
thing in (he way. Let Hawaii he just as well
as generous, as she can easily alfotd lo lie, to
her ciliiens and corporations alike, and she
will Ihiive none the less and lie not the loser
in the end.
One might quote at length from Mr.
Artec. It an inconvenient daily had
tint fci'Armwl tin ... ti 1
ivatcd l-Vkr-in r;..wV,.r ,... n . ''
uvatia rrisc.in reporter savs. all thnt
e si- t 1- , - .. .' 7W
o .iir. .tuccstu'ii v ritten et crs won 1
have liccn accorded the iirvstim' nf
these pages. As it ts, there remains
room for sayiuu only that Mr. Ad
found Mr. Gibson "a fine old fellow, 1
should say, ns wise ns a serpent, but
not so harmless as n tlotc.
An unquestionably distinguished look
ing veteran, but I could not rtisiern
the remarkable attractions ol iniurt or
manner which so fnscinntcrt the sym
pathetic nnrt susceptible Mnwthorne.
It must be nrtmiltcrt that
Mr, Gibson is not wholly liked or
trusted by the foreign element in I (a
wali ' V
And, lastly, Mr. Max Tsuiblcs. A
good fellow is Tnubles, A wit, were
lie more spontaneous; a humorist,
were he less elaborate; a reasoncr,
were he less laboriously analytical ; a
brilliant word painter, bad he ever
taken the pains to le.irn the difference
twixt pathos with a p and with a b.
Vet the phrase "good fellow" is not
enough fitly to characterise Mr, Taii
bles. lie is ,1 gentleman, n business
man, a man ol reading, of critical
study, of an original way of looking at
things. If his original way of looking
at things included the old-f.ishioncrt
faculty of looking nt both sides, Mr.
Inubles would be a belter critic of
Hawaiian affairs. Like Mr, Adec, Mr.
Taublcs has something to say of Haw
aiian politics. His first letter from
here was dated January 20th. He
The Islanders arc upon Ihc eve of an elec
tion ; there arc two tickets In the fiald, the
" Ins" and the "Outs," and the transplanted
custom of villllication cmplojs one xirlloti of
the local press, in n purely brotherly spirit, so
as to almrd the other side an opHriunity for
extenuating leaders ; otherwise partisanship
docs not seem to be vigorously pronounced.
" Vilification," Mr. Taublcs, "vilifica
tion " I Tis not vilification to call a
spade, a "spade"; or to speak disres
pectfully of the knave of the same suit.
It is exceedingly disagreeable after one
has been to the pains of explaining to
Mr. Taublcs that virtue, morality, all
the Christian graces and the Saturday
Press were pitted against the world, the
flesh and the Gibson to find Mr.
Taublcs ungratefully prating about "vili
fication," As the usual "journalist"
hath it " Vilification " forsooth I 1 I I
Again the textual Taublcs :
The government of the islands is of a satis
factory character. The king and his cabinet
arc frequently criticised by a certain faction of
malcontents, but the stubliorn facts of an ad
ministration which maintains good order and
security of property nnd person nt per cent
taxation, and which constantly adds to the
wealth of Ihc slate by internal improvements
and by subsidiiing and encouraging lines of
communication, settlement and immigration,
cannot but succeed In silencing all opposition.
The old missionary stock, of whom the
majority nf the malcontents are composed, arc
afflicted by the hereditary disorder of acute
"goscrnorilis," and being Incontinently
shelved ( rrgo, not licing dependent tiion gov
ernment patronage ) choose the title of inde
pendents. There arc, no doubt, some hone'st
men in their ranks, but it is equally apparent
that they lack ability, for whatever of im
provements anil general prosperity the govern
ment may have neglected can be charged to
their headstrong antagonism lo the march of
progress, and whatever credit is due to them
for their civilizing Influences they have long
since discounted and fully collected in worldly
If Mr. Taubles had reflected over
the concluding paragraph long enough
to ask his most intimate acquaintances
here their opinion of the paragraph
quoted they would have said of the
first three sentences : " Rot, my boy,
rot I Don't print it I" and of the last
uiciiii.- nuuiu nave saiu : mat is
false, Taubles, cruelly, almost brutally
false, Taubles ; you arc a gentleman,
Taubles, and you can't afford to herd
with the sort of vermin who talk and
think that sort of thing, Taubles."
" Revenge," poor Max, " is sweet"
Shall one stay his ruthless band when
he has such a pretty brick as this to
shy ? Marry, no I
From the Wasp of the 1st instant.
Nothing affords us more pleasure than find
ing arid giving proper setting gems of local
literature. The Examiner has lone been our
chief source of happiness in this regard and is
like to prove a tcry diamond field since it has
laid on a new genius who signs himself "Ichi
Han." Ichi. if wc may thus familiarly address
him, has recently taken a trip to Hawaii, and
like an ordinary mortal was obliged to go by
sea, nence tins gem :
The seascape is ever charming with its
changing lights and lints which beggar com
piriMins, whether one watches from the bow
the trembling sapphire as it bursts into foam
ing furrows of pearling spray as it, with an
ellcrvescent hiss, protests against the rude
invasion, or, leaning over the rail, one looks
astern ujion the churning screw and the smoke
one waty, feathery plume trailing far astern
beyond the foam-crested emerald eddies in the
wake of the iron intruder: or at ni,.ht rv,,n,
out the cabin, as one, gaies upon the sable
waves where the meteoric splendor of each
cuntul ot that quivering, seething mass of
animation ties with the shimnuring glory of
the great blue vault above every detail is full
ul pwiiy mm tctuimcnr, every Hour is a new
Having had the luck to find this we proceed
l-sgive ourselves the pleasure of cutting and
selling the gem properly, which lack of annre-
elation In the L'xamincr office kept that paper
irum uomg. me extract wc have quoted Is
it-ally a (Mem, as a little alteration in its sttle
of selling will at once make apparent 1
The seascape it ever dunning with its
And lints which beggar coiiiiaii4,ins, whether
one watches Imni ilie liu, it,
in 11 oursit into
As It, with nn
Protests against the
Or, leaning over the rail, one looks astern
mum the '
I huriiluc bcrew.
And the smoke one
iVavy, feathery plume
Trailing fai astern IkvoikI the
t'luni-crestisl emerald eddies
In the wake of the
Or at night from out the cabin, as one gates
Sable wat es
n cam cupiut 01 llut
's'"'"--''ng. seething mass or animation
Oi .:,!?. v,.
(real blue vault
Above etriy detail it full of tmeliy and vcnli
l.lulll ..... I...11 .. ,-.
......, vfsi iimui I new sruvuiun.
It ill lx etn by this that the lcific ucejn, '
when Ichi travels over it, Is not only a " sea
scape "and "eter charming'," Iml hit "chtrig
Ing lights "nnd "tints," as one is led tolielicvc
readily cnmigh as it Is "sapphire," "pearly,"
"emerald." "nablc," "inelmrlcf ami
"quivers" and "scetht" nnd "bunts" and
"furrows" and 'sprays" and "cnercces"
nnd "hlwri" nnd "protests" ami "foams"
nnd "edilles" and with "nnlmalion vies," all
In one slincl paragraph. It is well for mic.Ii a
writer lo Milly sign himself Ichi Han, fur
"Ichi ban" Is n Japsncsr Idiom meaning
Perhaps there can be no belter place
than this for the introduction of the
following tcently-writtcn article in
tended for editorial use. It is timely
in this connection because it explains
fairly the position of the honest Inde
pendents towards the throne ; nnrt
Iwcntisc it may indicate to Mr. Adce
ami Mr. Tnubles, nnrt the uumbcrles
critics of island affairs whoso criticism
never gets into print, exactly why so
many good tilirens as many profess
ing no religion ns professing any re
ligiondistrust the government ns it is.
In this number arc some of King Kala
kaua's best friends.
a pm:a 1 ok u.vion.
"'His Majesty embarked on board
the s.s. Planter yesterday afternoon.
He was accompanied on board by the
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn and received by
his excellency ihc minister of foreign
affairs.' Wc wish some friend of King
Knlakaua had the brains, the courage
and the moral force equal to the needs
of the hour, lly this wc do not mean
to imply that no friend has not one or
more of the qualities mentioned. Hut
wc fear no one who unites all three has
the time necessary to the action.
A Jong course of just such sickening
drivel as the extract quoted is responsi
ble for the present lack of sympathy
between the king and his subjects.
Wc have at the head of the Hawaiian
nation a man of good address, fair
education, genial nature and a manifest
desire to "stand well" with his sub
jects and the world in general. Hut,
by a long course of fulsome flattery,
untruthful in reasoning and interested
in its promptings, the present ruler has
conic so to exaggerate the importance
of his kingship that the community is
kept at a distance, while the king, sur
rounded by supernumeraries and
flunkies, is kept from a proper under
standing of things as they are. If he
goes out for a sail in his boat the fact
is chronicled by die toady organ not
as a bit of legitimate news, but as a
chance to say that the toady minister
of foreign affairs ate a toad on that
occasion for the king's amusement.
The ministers of the king's cabinet
servants of the public, if they do their
duty are heralded as excellency this
and excellency that, to add" incense to
the censor swung by the "venerable
stipendiary loyalist." They are the
king's best friends who try to bring out
the good that is in him, and to dis
courage every evidence of fol de rol
calculated to make cynics sneer and
wise men sigh. Has their ever been
any desire to deny the king's right
to enjoy a handsome salary, to enter
tain foreign guests appropriately, to
live as becomes the chief magistrate
ol a respectable though tiny common
wealth ? Hut wc do deny his right to de
mand extraordinary expenses. Such
action is unjust, improgrcssive and des
tructive of the people's vested rights in
the commonwealth which means, free
dom from excessive taxation and a wise
expenditure of public revenues.
" We desire to see the work of the in
coming legislature amount to some
thing. Unnumbered schemes are
knocking at the gates oflcjislation and
clamor to be heard. Among them are
schemes good, bad and indifferent.
Men with axes to grind are not neces
sarily public enemies. Their axes may
do good work in the service of the
nation if the men who ply them be
honest. It will take both wise and un
selfish legislation to distinguish between
schemes that arc clearly in the public
interest and those which are planned
in tnc interests ot jobbery. Wc want
tne king's irtcnus to show him just
ms ocst tveiiarc and that of his iamtly
best may be served. That welfare lies
far away from any purely selfish scheme
tvtncii may be put forward for his own
emolument or mat ot his tamily or
connections. Wc arc aware that this
N not the vein in which the false friends
who flatter, truckle and deceive the
king love best to write and talk. Hut
ttis the honest way. Let the king
keep himself and his satellites out ot
politics and let hint go in for states
manship, and the confidence and
friendship of his people will return to
"We arc fully aware that discussion of
King Kalakaua by the indeicndcnt
press and by independent speakers has
been very far from uniform courtesy or
uniform justice. Hut enough whole
some truth has been told to de
mand and deserve the earnest con
sideration of the king and of hi
friends. It is, of course, impossible
that the king should either like or hate
confidence tit men ttho have abused
him or who he believes have wronged
him. llut among his best friends are
men who possess the public confidence
to the full. It is for those men to rise
to the level of the situation. Let them
urge upon King Kalakaua the neces
sity of legislation that shall be national
in iiuortance and that shall put purely
(lersonal aims aside. Let them act so
as to bring the king and his foreign
subjects together. Ut them help the
king and the community to a better
understanding and though they may
earn temiorary dislike, and lw for a
while wholly misunderstood the ai
proval of their own consciences will
mean, in the long run, the approval of
To illustrate the fact that honest
Independents hate fwiuently to suffer
in the estimation of those honest friends
ttho arc at the same lime friendly to
Kin;' Kalakaua, the following true
.story is worth reading "the talc is
told as the song was sungfi
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.tllirni-ii ill Imr mill Snlnry I'lihllr.
fi Is all the Cmiit bf lli Kintfilom, i
10 VAKD I'RttSTO.V,
'llnrnty ami I'mniftnr nl lnr.
(A Fin r Stprrt. . .
AL'ltBt) S. IIARTWELL,
Or' Ovpb Hank or Mitiiof A Co
ALIIRRT C. SMITH,
f enf In Inltf Arhiinwlftturinriita In
Otev With Smith & 'llmMon, AllmcY-"-t
No. 3?, MrpoisKr&TxrKT.
S. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Surjtoiin Hint rimiiit-jitlilc 7;-mi.
Oi-rcr ciipirK Four akd IIeketahia St .
Offk. 'lmiri-Ul,lil9A. M.,alilfroml-)nI6:y-(r.M.
. EMERSON, M, O.
VUjltrtmi utiil Snrfniii.
1-0 It. I
Tflkfhonk Nuhker 141.
hours frwn i4 to io . m.; i 10 tfi p m.
f 1 .1
Offia 1 1 KeniJeiice, No,
Niiml street, corner rort
JV. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
..... tt tt , 1.
4f-fiMff tumntm fn tart ftirrttf
In Brewer's Itloclc, comer Hole and Fori
-ntrance on Hotel Street, I
"1X7 LLIAM B. MCALLISTER,
rMANrxTtv uy ateu i hoboi.ui.u.
Otice, jmrr ol Fort anil 1 lolel street, over 'I regloan'f
rn -alar attention paid lo restoration 20M filling.
11 i:wtKuwii,MK ski reasonable cnarces to train
ijei-ie ofrlgjmQicp iJHr, J J
UTVt STREFT IfOKOULU
.r of thcHonotulii Stock and Iion,l Ilxchanze.
i-vr-J to buy ami sell blocks And llonds in the
.tr, at tne usual rate ol commission,
uey lo loan on Stocks. Small margin; re
i 1 leie Contracts,
advise as lo Investments when requested.
O. HALL ft SON..
IstroRTBKS AND DEALERS IN
II tsilitnrr anil flrnrrnl Mrrrlimiillic,
I5 op Kwn ao Fokt Streitts, Honolulu
WJIl ".Hall Preiidem and Manager
L. (,. ,es. Secretary and treasurer
P.C ' ie, Jr ..... ... Auditor
win irs .. u. nail, Ueorge K. Ilowe. iji
C M, CARTER,
.lire In take Arknuielnliimriilt In Can-
IrntlM tn iMinir.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanp ij
Commits to iter of Iieetl
-uieof Cal.focnia, for ."..., IJawaiUn JUonJi,
'icii iBcni w ino rauc atiutual Life In-i-
umpany of CaIifsniU. t2
VC. A. HASSIHGER,
In lake Arhiinirlntamrnlm In Cnn
trartn Jnr jAitinr.
TOh.Z H. PATY,
.nlnry 1'nblte mnl Commit, Im, ,,f limit,
I r the Slates of California and Hew Vork. Olncc
ai e Hank of Ilishop ft Co.
Honoiulu, Oahu, II. I. 1
p T. LENEHAN ft Co.
iimiJ Cammlttlaii JlrrrhmilM.
Nuuanu StwT, Honolulu.
VV.N ft CO.,
y.irer mnl Ji-ulrri In nil Limit of
i .WWe ((, r.inrn llmult.
Nos. - and 107 Fokt STrr.
Faiuilure, Chairs, Sewing jtachines, Mirrbrt and
J or Ptales, I'iclura t tames and Cornices mad lo
" '' D7 yr
C3REWBR ft COMPANY,
yum Srsmrr, Hovolulu.
-P. C. Jones, Jr., president ami manager ;
. Carter, treasurer and secretary, (hreitun:
larwa K. Uropand II. A. t1. Curler; Henry
lltnl r ill Cnalrrtl ll.rf, frnl. Million, Kit.
i. 6 (JUKN STMItr, Flsll alAUkKT.
f Is and Shipping orjers carefully allendej to.
1 n. stock furnished to Vessels at short notue.
t Tjeulles of all kinds supxd lo order.
,. CRINBAUM ft Co.
rlrr nuiX WhuUtnlt llr.ilrrt In 0-
M.sl ' VUKK Qcuitl ST1HT. IIONOLllU
A A S GRINOAUM ft Co.
far e., iKata uk t'owwfasfoM MrrrknHlt.
14 CAUrosKixSr., San Fakcisco.
Sp U facititica for and wuticuLir atteulion paU 10
consi, seiua U Island Produce, a
Hohoi.i'iy . . . ,
r.iM.ly MttHufarlur a4
PrrtwaJ Confeclloiser, llsstry Cook uA uk,
Nun'er JI Hotel street. Ularea Fort and Nuuanu
SUvets. Tfv .
OLLISTBR ft Co., W
nli 11 M.J II era II
AteNrtffs.? MMtf Tw
AX nCKAKT s
tl'iilrlimiilttr, I'ir'ltr, V.numrrr, nnd
Nn. iii I'mrllmir Iloxouiui
llonl mnl Hlinemnltrr,
WvAt ml Kho n'U to Or,lr.
No. li Four St., nreosirt I'ahthimi Kiasks
p ii. onniHo,
V,reee rlmf ilriiftttmti
Frrljli!, IVti(N, tiki Mscrm" iMirrM in and from
All (mil, if Honolulu l skinllr. Caifnl at.
lenti'Mi (aid 14 moving Furniture, wiih
WAC.ONS HXI'Kr.SSI.Y MJK 1HF. FUKIOSK.
'Marion ti rlMidrnte jj IWM,ol afreet.
f)ff.', ft, King Street. ir,u
IVf PHILLIPS & Co.
Intiiiirlrrn mnl II Imlrmlr Hmlrr In f'ori
(itf IIiiiiI, Aioee, ,ia, Mrii f'nr
'oo,le, I mtrf Ihioili, I'.lr,
Un. II IsAAMIMANt; SflraKT
-MIAKLBS T. GULICK,
Mnlnri Vul.llr, ,1 ili-iil In Ink' Arlim.Utln.
inr lilt tn lAllmr (.'nnlriirli, mnl
llrnmtl Hmlnrt Ayanl.
OflitA In Maltee't llkx.k, at corner Qwn ami Kaahn-
marm alreett. Honolulu. j-iy
O J. LKVEV a CO.,
irlmlrtiilr mnl llrlnlt llrnrrr;
roiT SrarT Honolulu
Truli erocetfea and ovllon of all 1 Ind on hand anI
reTrney r'purir Irons r.urope awl fln.etkj whicFl
will li !! at the lowest maiaef tales.
"""J oeiivei',1 io any liarl CI Ilie city hee or charge.
Iiumlonlera aoliciled and promt atlenllon will W
Kiven loinaaine. f(
All OHO LBONO & CO.,
Anrnin fr Monnut Miinnr, I'nlmna Itlrr
And Kailua KSce ITanlilUi and Mill.
NutMnu StuEe-r Coaneii Maiki
"T-HEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.,
(Late Iahion, liuix & CVi )
linjmrlrrm mnl I'nmmUtton itrrrhmilt.
I4oyd'aand the Liverpool Underwriter!,
Hrilish and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, ami
Northern Assurance Company. t
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
t Utnrr vaa hi, tlaaik.a u
-. ..pi n. w nn u- irajikrai in
llooli, Hhnri, J'tiriiltlifiiu llnwli, llnli,
isiijin, jriinitu, I o-lfaea,
Perfumery ami Soaps, Willham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, tia
Colli r. FnT AKuMuciiAHTSTairni, Uomoimlv
- E. WILLIAMS,
iMrOHTrK ANII DfALPS l
rurnllurr nf Krrru Drtrrlpllnn. Attn
VplinlMlrrrr mid Mmitlfnrliirrr.
Furniture tfarerooms No. 109 Foci Street. Work
shop al old Hand 00 I lolel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. , , '
Ilrnrrnl Cmnmltilnn AamnlM.
Qvrrn Srae.tT v Hokolilu
CD, HOPFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
I in part m nnd Oimilaeloii Slrrrlinnlt.
HoNOLUur Oaiic. H. I.,
T H0PP It Co., 74 King street,
Imparlrrt mnl Jtnnufnrturrrt nf Krrru
Ilmrrtpttan nf Furiiilurr.
't- , .
in iiik j.pie: inmmingf, tassels, (itmiM,
, Tassels, Gimps Silk
Lord in every shade Parlor Sets restufled,
covered, polished and made c,uai to
new, .siaiiresva re-tnaac and
cleaned at short
We are noted for first-class work and moderate
ILLIHGHAM ft Co.
Imporltn anil Jtrnlrrt In llardirarr, Cut-
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
Ha J7 FotStect Hoxourui
A W. PE1RCE ft Co.
Ship Clinnilltrt anil Commlttloii Mtr
eAiliia. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for Itrand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Per
ry lavi Pain Killer.
WM. G. IRWIN ft Co.
Siiuar fnrlort ami CommlttloH A omit.
CLAL'S SPKaCSTBUi. SK.C IRWIN.
Honolulu , . 1
P P. ADAMS,
Aurllnnrrr ami Comiiilttlan Mrrrknnt,
Juen SratiT.. Honolulu
P A. SCHAEPER a. Co.
Ini)mrtrrt nnd CommlttloH Mrrrkantt,
JiUtaiANT Stkikt. .. .. ... ,. .... .Honolulu
ILDER ft Co.
i.umbrr,J'ulHtt,Ollt, Xallt, anil lluil.llna
Jlalrrialt of every kind.
Con. FuTAMaQu-iSrs... .. .....Honolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
10a and 104 Fot SrasiT
Pictuiesof all sires an.1 kinds made to order, and
frames ufall descriptions consianlly on hand."1-. Also
Corals Sliells and Curk-siliea bf ihe Pacific. 1 "
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
llralen la S.Mmkrr 11 ml all klmtm of Huild
Inu Material!, falHtt, Ollt. Xalltirlr.,
llOKOLULU, It. I., '
AnaNTt op tdu-jNiat
Haleakala, Kulamano, JCekauluobi, Mary ElVn,
UiUma, Pauahl aad LtaliL
At RoUnson'a tt harf. a
Imimrlrrt of flrntral Mtrrkaudlte from
fianrr, Kaalaml, Hermann amd
Ike Vailed Ml.llrt.
No. ilciiAr SrT... Honolulu
jioanusiICaliposma Sraur . San FiANaasca
Particulsr attention ttaid to fillinr anJ .ki,Jnj I&.
CDt ROWb, "
lloutr and Hlia I'nlmler,
Pares: Hasa.ss, etc,
Ho, 107 King Sraiar
I YONS ft LEVKV,
.tHrttonretd aid CommlttloH MrrrkaHtt,
Ussvta Ulocs;, Quaah SratiT, Honolsiu,
Sales of Fursiiure Ssock. Real Kuala and Ceaeral
almtvandist prompily allende-t la. .Sole agti.is fuv
American mad European ucrchandss. I I. Cros.'
, "" U-J. I,rv.
RS, A. M. MBU.IS,
fatalKHakl, Orett etaaal Cloak Maker.
Ho. 104 Fi.-rSraauT .., .....Moaiuin.
W W. McCHESNRY ft SON,
! SLABS H
llker, Hid, Tst'lsH raasal
. '" Mrrrkaalo.
Agews t iha Icayd s..p Ciunfaiaii-.
N 4a QVHN SrT ... , -.,Uamim
I'mrllrnl M nlrhumU'r,
1 KlKlfltaaer Umntnu
ImpoMer rf AeMiKan Jew-trf ,f every nWrlp.
Ifael. (Fwinetlf iA Man I owl-., CalCwnU.) y
J itWEHfl h COOKB,
(KlsolTO l.twr.ai A Drrviv.)
tinmrlm nwl llnilrrn In l.nml.rr nn.l nil
kilt. I nf llullillnn M.lHrl'ili.
f C. COLEMAN,
lllnrhimllh, Mn'l.lnl't, Cnrrlnur Wnth,
Houoteu . , . f .11,
PUnlalio-i MaMory, ele. Shop on Kln( ftlraell
IU11 llll"tilli Jt C.l.'i . .. a . .
'" - w-- - "JJ-"I
Tin, t'opirr nn.l Hhrrl I run WnrUrr,
Aoee mnl ftmttrt.
tA all trtndi, HamlTft' afotV aw metals, f.om' fumlth-
In Cood, chandeliers, lamtAi, rfc.
No. I Kaahumafiv Srr KonotiLe
T M. OAT ft Co.
tntltmnkrr, Stunt nf nil llrtrrlpllnnt
innitr niitl rrpntrril,
HowiHiiu , H.i
Loft In A. F. CoolVe rw fireproof building, (art tA
Huuantf Ktre't S
T P.MMHLUTH ft Co.,
Tlntmllht mnt I'liimhrn, llrntrrt In
Hlnrrt, Itnnyrt, Tin,
Ho. 5 Kluanu Srraarr IIoxoluui
T W GIRVIH,
Vonimlttlnn Jfrrrlitlnt ami fltntrnl Slrnler
In llry llnmtt,
Waiiiiicv, Mavi.... H.I
Gtoreries, Hardware, Stallonery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. r
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
St mam EttuttitM, UoHri, Muy.tr JtltU,
Cnfrftrt, Irou, llraii tttut l,ni Mttnftt
HnxoLViv . . . .H.I
Mxthintry of cvtrf AcrAvm ma lo order
I'jfitcnlar tutnt'ton jnU lo Ship' flUilLwnnhintXe
Joh wvflt e 1 ecu ted on ih tlWleu noIc. id
THOS. G THRUM,
ltMrria akd JfAXurACTt'tiwc
Mtattniirr, Kt Affmt, Printer, Mlonft
am Almanat nnd Annnat, MerctuAt Mret. 1iV
rr In Yitvt Sutioory. Rook, Muuc. Tor and Fancy
Gooth, Vort ureet, nrar Hotel. UotuAaltu
A s- CLEGHORH & Co.
imjhorter a utl JirnUr in (lnrtt Mrr
Comer Que-m and Kxahumaou Street, HonololtL
OLLES & Co.
fthtp Chttmtlrr titnt Cfnttnttatt Merthnnt
Qvepm St t. Honoixny, M. I..
Import en jv1 IVolert In Geneial MerxKandt. i
Carjirntrr ami iltfioVr-.
AU kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
Teleplione No. ls, tt illiamson's Kapresa Onsce.
Shop, No. Bs King bTRtrr Hoisoll-ui
T AIHE ft Lo.
Importers and dealers tn Hay, Grain and General
TT E. McINTYRE ft BROTHER.
Qroerry anil frrtl Store.
Coa. Kino ant, Foit Sts. Honouiu
A U SMITH,
importer ami Stealer In fllattirar,
Mtrldrn Hllrrr-Mated Ware,
Jlrarkrtt, Vatre, .
Ho. 41 Foit Stikt Honolclc
Klnsr's Combinalioa Soeaadet and Es-es-lssse-L
Luslral Wire Ware. Fancr Scans. Piaure Frames. tSt-
LoltatVbstcobolais Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammumtion, Clark's Spool Cotlou, Macause Oil, all
kbsjs of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Faahioeki,
dole agent ot the universally acaoowledgesl Light.
sunning ixuncsiac sewing aiacrune.
-HE CERMANIA MARKET,
Honolulu, H. I.
Kerf, real, Milton, Lamo, 1'onllry
Constantly on hanj, and ct dsokest qoaLty. Pork
Sausages, Itologisaa. etc, always on haud. Our meats
ara all cut and put up in Eastern style. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in aar part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between licuon and Feet
-xreets. (vfcra C. K.MJPP, Procoetor.
pTofeAwnlrer ciM.r Jea-rler,
WALTHAM and all other American WATCHES,
Clocks, and Jewelry
Wats rtsylriMum; saradtt at SMscUIit)r.
All orders from the cshei islands protuptTy attended tte
No. ss. HorruSrattr. Honolulu, ILL
Jesrefer mail ilieasMONit Metier,
Soto, Nulanu SfaUIT, HnaOLt'LtS II. I.
(Oppo-iit llollister at Co.), "
. Particsstar atlenlioet pasd 10 lepairinc.
IJOPPftCO.. " '
1 , ,..Kia Srstrr
fpkultttrrrt, Draprrt ami Stealer In all
ammo 0 afrNllMre.
Telephona Ho. I a-
(poasiaalY with aoitu ft Co.)
Wkolemalt ami Mrlatl tlrorer,
in, Klxo Staurr Ukd Habuonv llalu
lasly,.PUlaltoa, and Ship stores tupplJ at sheet
otscw. New luuds by every Meaner. Orders fruea
tse uher Island Cajthfully tsasiHed.
the uher Island faithfully taevtttej.
seiepnune, nn. I la.
I7 B. HBRRICrs,
Ifexwl amd fpwe-s Tarter,
UarrutL Sraia-r ,?'..lj..,.lloio.ui
TalU Lmi, Uedstead Pvwaa, IMiaM IUBS Canes,
balusters. Nee. 1., turn CalsUshes.
and atf Uher tu-Js U luraUg.
esecultd with aealawsa and JihmKU.
OLYCBRMBL OP ROSRS
eey Daaatina; Caae,
should U found on er
Istwawasl aejy by
M.VaMMf, MMitM, Cfa, .
ry W. MACPARLAtlB tt Co.
Intpnrlrrt ami t.tmint,,!,, iUril.nnli.
illtm ir tlhtk )
Or. Tntt M ()" a-s .F. ,,HviHtM
tjH'I c ''"P-'J tiotuf IVttii
Ihe VtaAapH PtanuleM.
'wh'wr llaMafVwt. USa.
risais t-iamaiawi, iim
Mllleee. Tah WalsMsTSanr C.,ri'..
r PmtM Mrp Kaerfc Cnrnpinfi r
QASTLE tt COOKE,
fllilpplng ntnl Vnmmlttlnn Jlrrrl..iul,,
Un, to KleoSfpear ..II1MW1: U
lufjereti ,,, r.rill'l
A (VMS foe-
The MaihrniV A Crmpanyt PUnuikvi.
The Alesamler & UsM.Wi llanuiloa,
K lltlamL or Wi,l.s llsntation.
A II Srnrth ft CoiwMlrr, rfM. Ksaai
J II, AleeandW, Ils.Vu, Jtlaal
TV llaikd hmzte Comusay,
Tli KoHata fcvgar Ceewfnny.
tt irl lu........ j u... n .
Jr. vJZ trii'? lJe. 'rr omnm, u- u.,,
1M ItLSte afaftsfarfttm r-w,M. I I.'. -
Si i; W?7' ,''M Centrifugal Jlachim
I lias FaT.e ra-4U &f ff t --. .l-f .- t p
. ttwvtmm 111. um', j
rs I- a " ,'-t .. ...
Wiko, OiMa Sina-er ilanoftctwriog Corny.??
Wheeler h yr,Wn-timi Msd.soes. , ,j.,
TMO. O. FOVLER ft Co.,
LF.P.n, KSGLAHI), "
lr prrparrd tn furnlth flam ami r.tlL
tnntrt for fftrrl
PORTA HI.B TRAMWAYS,
With or wiihositj'Cart an.1 IjxonAiti, fpeeialfy
adaitj:o fok SUGAR PLANTATIONS
Permanent Railways, and Locrxaotiret and cars, Tr-
I100 Engines and Kd lnmotives, Sr'aaa
Itooihag and Cattiraling Macf.ioy, Paet-
able togint foratl purpovs, ttWuig
. Engines ur inthr.
grarJn ot the above Plants ami ilxt.S.-ty car hr sens
ii'ff:'"xU,h onders.gne.1. W. I. GkKtlH-aaJ
C. tV IACFARIw.VK & CO.. Agent, for IV7 fSw
'HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTIXC IH BRICK.
km is Ki.ui 11 a- an.'.
So. i Svvakc Stpit HoxotatLi
Sole agents fcr tls. Utands. Tl lest mihiz ao
pualas ror the inamatkin. Hotel or raraily.
RANGF.S FIXTURFS sach at
Itnl Hatrr llnllrrt,
flrnlr nnrt, S-Ar.,
Always mi stock.
FlJin .ll..rA. r. ...T
r.tuunH, a-wirr, up accneapaRS every
Cirtutari and Fritti on apfltialim. m-qr
T M CROWLEY
I. M. CKOWI EV jroraseflyat KrenO having to.
lere.1 llnto pannersbip with SIR. MUCH HASTII-'lae
new firm witt l known as .
CROWLEY tt CO.,
....... .. --.KlacStaaaT,
opposite Whitman tL Wright's.
Every flesrripl son of Foraa-ure at lowest ad
in Silk, Horsehair, and ter coverings,
raosi (60 ajpfaaaDs.
See the -EOSION" and "CHALLENGE1
7. KlXtl .STKKKT.
II. J. HOLTF, PROPRIEIOR.
iiegs lo sjsncsince 10 his &Kndi and ike pulSc us (s
eias inariac above bojn provides .,-
rijrtrUCTUM tnmmontm '
Frooa a. ic, tdl 10 e. u
(oxtraxTLT nt hand.
One of KniMwkk k Baa'tcevbralel
atmUrU TU. .. , fr
lcoeusrcltah th. esubr.vwn.. .her, iim u
the cue can ajtsciuwle.
AT Kapsouai p. at,
il itsw open daily. .Ke,. Kefteslaaveatt aaayU haj at
all uasea on short auice."
, J- HOLTE. Prev'setor.
A imsu Wii.MocliAI,rsUih WoodUwla,-,,
-!1;, t1T'u?r. held at lis. tA.. u A L.
iui.tir "" T "n44 Uk' ,fm Jf"?
jwL"? (aBu'iv e. Uctl fc, rh. euL
5" f ""'IN'CHAM. PresUassi;
J?" t,A.,i!T.,..U, Vtrt-HsaafaM;
A. U SMITH.
HB GBNUIMB ARTMU.B.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
J wat receives! 6eat PseOaad, Osefaa, bf
Tfcttav. leW. tavrtk. 1M rww M 9ioU.
Ho. 55, Huvanc Srurr,