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Volume iv, NuMimu 33.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 29, 1884.
Whole Numiier 190.
j niTitrui.i.v rMPT.i3tnsT.i nr.
I he longcstnhlislicd American l-mv
Review, for ninny jam published in
It 'ston i. now inrorporntcd with the
u .thcrn law Review and the Western
liirf-t.and it published in St. J.oui.
Mie Jnniiarv l-ebruary numtcr of this
'irling publuation had a shott review
of volume IV of " Hawniinn Keports,"
rompriii(i(5 the rases decided in the
period 1877 '83, and compiled by Chief
Justice Juild. The review though
brief shows appreciation of the good in
our judicial system, and congratulate
tnc l;ing on "the good sense with
whu 1 he has selected his judiciary and
the upright and orderly manner in
'urli justice is administered in hi
kingdom." It is noticeable that the
revkvvcr notes with evident approval
that " the judiciary exercise the same
power which is exercised by the judi
ciary of the United States, of declaring
a Is of the legislature void when they
arc in conflict with the constitution."
It will be remembered that this power
exercised in the " Uonds-for-silvcr "
case caused quite p burst of indigna
tion from friends of the differing lirit
ish system. Hut the American plan
liai many friends among English think
ers at present; and as Chief Justice
Coleridge implied may some day be
mcoiporated into the British law by
Wc have looked through this volume with a
pood ileal of curiosity. The officer of Ihr
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, ns
now 'constituted, are Hon. Albert Francis
J111M, chief jmlicc niul chancellor ; Hon. Uiw.
rencc McCully, first nssiiciale justice and sice
chancellor 1 linn, ilcnjamin Hale Austin,
second rmociale justice. The opinions are
wll written. It is evident that the court is
composed of pood law)crs, nnd that they have
toteratity fair assistance from their li-ir. The
law which U administered appears to be sub
stantially the common law, the system of
equity, and the rules of admiralty as they
(rxist in the United States. The decisions
Vrhich arc cited as precedents are, for the most
part, decisions for American courts, larcely
Ihosc of Ju'ew tneland and New York.
Wo have not the space to note special deci
moiis, which are curious more from the subject
matter than from the principles of law admin
istered. In the King v. Mann, it appeared
that on the mountain ranpe of the island of
Oahu, back of Waialua, called the Walanae
mountains, arc numbers of lurkc)S. The birds
were brought into the country so long ago that
no one remembers the time when, or by whom,
they were Imported. They arc now in a wild
Male, afraiil of man (as discreet turkeys ought
to lc), breeding in the unfrequented parts of
the mountain nnd bush country, and arc hunted
nnd caught by various dc ices, precisely as if
they vtatftnr natiinr. It was held that these
turkeys do not belong lo the man on whose land
they may accidcnlly be caught, and arc not
the subjects of larceny. In the matter of J.
A. Kahaku, Usq. , an attorney at law, the pro
ceeding was against an attorney, charged with
misconduct, which misconduct consisted in
forging a deed. The court held that in such
a proceeding he was entitled to the benefit of
reasonable doubts, and did not credit the testi
mony of two subscribing witnesses, vvliobe
testimony, charging him with forgery, at the
same time confessed that they themselves were
accessory to the fraud, In Tcnoero v. Drown,
n police justice having resigned his office,
thereafter entered his mute iv tunc judgment
in a case which had previously Wen submitted
to him. It was held, on doubtful grounds,
that he had power lu do this.
It seems that the kingdom of Hawaii is a
constitutional monarchy, in a stricter sense
than Great llritain is. They have n. written
constitution, and the judiciary exercise the
same power which is exercised by the jmlici
ary of the United Stales, of declaring arts of
the legislature void, when they arc in conflict
with the constitution. In the King v. Tong
l.ce, it was held that an net of the legislature
providing for the erection of public laundries;
nnd forbidding the carrying on of the business
of laundry-keeping or washing for hire within
a circuit of three mites from the junction of
Mmtanu and King streets, in Honolulu, Is an
exercise of the police power of the state, with
rcgatd to the comfort, welfare and safely of
society, and is not unconstitutional. In like
manner, certain acts of the legislature confer
ring upon the king In his privy council author
ity to make rules and regulations for the goal
government mid control of immigrants lo
superintend the introduction of Immigrants arc
constitutional. So held in id Chow Hick Git.
Wc arc glad to find in the Index" of this
volume no such titles as murder, manslaughter,
and assault and battery ( from which we infer
that iolent crimes arc Infrequent in these
inlands. One case, however, is reported on
I he subject of malicious arrest, and one on the
subject of malicious prosecution ; and, al
though the names of the parties are or I'uro
pean origin, the inference is perhaps justifiable
I hat the inhabitants of those islands find it
bitter 10 settle their differences in courts than
by lie strong hand, Several cases, however,
me- found which indicate that offences against
chastity are ktill frequent t nnd it would seem
from what appears that this It one of the mot
difficult matters with which the legislature aud
the courts have to deal.
On the whole, there Is much more in this
volume than food for curiosity, although there
is a good deal in it that will repay the Inquiry
of the curious. It contains a goodjnany well
adjudged and well-written opinions, nnd we
think his majesty, the king of those islands, is
to lie congratulated on the good sense with
which he lias selected Ins judiciary, and in the
upright and onleily manner with which justice
is aihninbtcrcd in his kingdom,
The Southern Workman for Febru
ary of this year contains a notice of
.,' ....:...... 1... sc iv k
tnc 1 epulis, "iiuv.il uj .hi, i is.
Armstrong. Tins notice, which is in
no sense a review, is such interesting
reading that wc reproduce it here. It
ought to provoke criticism. There Is
much truth in it, undoubtedly j but we
think Mr. Armstrong goes too f.tr-
much too far. The return of repre
sentative whites to the legislature by
native votes at the last election, the
splendid following that came near
making the election of Mr. J. 0. Carter
A boon to the nation, the trust aud
confidence of native land holders and
capitalists in white law)crs and white
agents all this proes that the friend
ship between the races may be
cemented and prolonged by the right
sort of tactics. We invite the cateful
consideration of thoe two brief bits of
foreign comment; una ask the legis
lature to stttn'jjtlwn the power for good
now in our judicial system, by such
wlie regulation, rearrangement or ex
tension of our courts as may best con
serve the ends of justice :
eenl yr ngn, sre received volume in,
(tt tltse reports, and commented upon the fact
Ihm they indicated the extension of our Anglo
Saxon jurisprudence beyond the conllntnt end
lo the Ishnds of the sen. The fact tint this
jurisprudence exists In the I lawallnn Islands,
is, to a Urge extent, mislaMnng. It is anom
alous that it has ltecn established In a nation
or among a people who neither understand or
care for the " institutions," which are the
foundations of such a jurisprudence. The
native Hawaiian are about as well fitted to
adopt these " Institutions " as An infant class is
fitted to plunge into Macon's abridgment.
This system of jurisprudence, however, as ad
ministered by the three intelligent, honest, and
prudent Judges of the supreme court, furnishes
the Hawaiian with a method of olitalnlng
justice, admirable In itself, and of which the
Hawaiian would be proud, If they were cap
able of comprehending it. The creation of
this judiciary vvus not the work of th; Haw
aiian7 hut of disinterested and intelligent
foreigners, some of them niisionarie, and
some of them not missionaries, who believed
that the native race would quickly raise itself
lo the level of the system.
'I hey fenced around the native race a
scaffolding of our own civilization upon which
it could stand, nnd build tip Institutions like
ours. I'orly years of experience now show
that the Hawaiian do not understand mir In
stitutions, and do not care for them. They
decline the scaffolding which has been erected
for their own benefit. Naturally enough, Ihey
follow the law of their own growth, and de
cline the law of the aliens. This is the in
voluntary historical process. There is alwaj
danger to the state, where men arc called
upon lo experiment In matters of which they
arc ignorant. If the Trench have made a
failure of self-government during the past cen
luries, It ii hardly to be expected that the
Hawaiian will succeed. He Ignores lorcign
civilization, because it is above him. He has
dragged down the executive and legislative
branches of the government until it expresses
fully and faithfully the low national life. The
supreme court alone stands pure and incor
ruptible. This, too, would be degraded, if
there were not a life tenure of office. The
three persons who now hold that court cannot
be touched by the natives, and therefore they
arc the last barrier between civilization and
paganism. When they go, "the natives will
drop back into the paganism nut of which
they came. This volume of reports exhibit
the strange mixture of interests and personal
ities which appear in a country without a per
manent and growing native nationality. The
Chinese, Portuguese, Kanakas, Ilritish and
Americans figure in it largely. The Chinese
find that in these little islands there is an
effective equality of all men before the law.
It is a happy experience which Ihey have not
enjoyed in some more enlightened countries.
This is due lo the excellent judiciary wc have
f.tifr I'orelgn Seies.
France wants an indemnity of 150,000,000
francs from China.
Placards have been posted In Ireland pre
dicting a civil war.
Ungland has madc-n favorable treaty with
King John of Abyssinia.
The German and Trench anarchists are to
be expelled from Switzerland.
A new constitution for the German empire
is being prepared by Itismarck.
The Ohio floods swept away fifty bridges
and did $10,000,000 worth of damage.
Satisfactory experiments with the dynamite
gun have been made in the United States.
The Antl Monopoly party will hold a
national convention In Chicago on the 14th
Marquis Tseng has asked England to medi
ate between China and France in the Tonquin
F.x-Scnator Sergeant, United Slates minister
ta Ucrlin, was confirmed minister lo Hussia on
the 2GU1 ultimo.
Advices from Washington state that the
Greeley Relief Expedition will be sent out as
soon as practicable.
Ths Ilritish have been victorious of late in
the Egjptian Soudan and many of the Iroopj
have been ordered home.
On the 2nd of June next, Oregon will vole
on the proposition to amend the state constitu
tion so as to allow women to vote.
There Is a grand Pacific railroad scheme
being developed in Russia. It is to be built from
Moscow cast through southern Siberia anil to
some point on the Antoor river
A stringent bill against the Importation of
opium into the United States by Chinese of
any class, has been repotted from the com
mittee of foreign relations by Senator Miller of
The Russian Nihilists have taken n new
departure. They have Issued a circular depre
cating terrorism nnd declating that their
desired end may be pursued by moral energy
and not by brulc force.
A Washington diipatch dated the 37th
ultimo spoke of Randall's protection strength
among the Democrats In the house ofrepK
sentatives sufficient to help the Republicans
defeat Morrison's "horizontal reduction" free
In England they arc talking alraut an early
dissolution of luilijmcnl. At a banquet last
month, the Marquis of Salisbury stated that
the lords would reject Gladstone's bill for the
extension of the franchise J and that th lords
intended lo bring about an appeal tq the
The lecent legal tender minority opinion
written by Judge Field of the United States
Supreme Court, to the elfcct that the power to
issue legal tender notes without limit i uncon
stitutional, has been the occasion of much
complimentary cumment. The New York
Herald printed the opinion in fall and calls it
"anu.trrly specimen of constitutional inter
pretation." A committee of Union and Confederate
soldiers was to hold a luasvnieeting at Cooper
Union, April S4I1, in aid of the Soldiers'
Home South for soldiers of both amiics.
General Grant was to preside. Among the
speakers were to be Generals J, II, Gordon, J,
P. Daniels, Al. C. Uutltr and W. C. P.
IlrccklnriJge, from the South, and Generals
Sherman, Logan, Hancock and Mc.Mihon
from the North also Iltory Ward lleeclcr,
COMINVED ON FOURTH f.t!t.
fMITH ft THURSTON. I W. O. Smith.
O It. A. Thi-stoi
.Iflornrfs nt f.mr,
So 1S MmrinWT THtt
X7-ILLIAM O. SMITH, & Co,
i I. A. I (tens-row. I
I W. O Smith. f
.Sor.- rtittl'Jlrnl Knttttf llrnkrv,
No IS MrorwHiT STSrrr . .Itoxotcu
(MaMltttJ In ft?).)
Snnr Ilsitisilon, lUHronl, Ttlfpbon ami oth'r Cor
imntlefi Srbrlrs, llond ami finltar rfccurltfc-s
IkifoiiT axo Soid 01 Commission.
Money IMnnl on Stock .'fmriitei.
O D. DOLE,
I'minnelitr nl Low nnrf .Vnrir; 1'iibllr,
Coitxrr four ani Msscmvnt Stupfts, lloiou'Li'
-LARnNCn -W. ASItPOHD,
Altnrury, Snlfrllnr, I'.lr,,
No is KvAiitrtiANU Srsrirr Hokoli-l
X7" n. CASTLE,
Allnrnr)! nt r.mr nml Salary I'uhllr.
Alltn.lt all the Court of tlie Kingdom. 1
Allarnty antl Cntitnelor at Isnr.
66 Port Stkitt Honoluiu
LDBRT C. SMITH,
AtffHt to tnKf Arliumttrdgtmrntn lo
Office With Smith k, 'Churnton. Attorney at I .aw
No. 3E, MrRClIANTbTRtRT.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Surymiit ami llamirpntlttc I'iil'Irlnin.
OrricrsemiNPK I'ortano IIikktania St.,
Office HoursUntil 9 A. M.,and from 1-3 and 6:30-3 p.m.
Vlnjntclnu a tut Sttvocnn,
'I RLFPNONF Nt'MDBK IJQ.
Office houn from fi to ioJS a. m ; ttojK p m.
OiT.ce and Residence, No. a Kukui street, corner Fort
M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Dcntttt i'ioiim oh I'ott ,Strrrl,
HoNOlLLD II. !.
Office in Itrencr Mode, corner lluie ami Fort
Street, entrance on Hoiel btreet. i
illiam b. McAllister,
rr.BVUNKNTI.V UICVTBD IN IIOVOLeu .
Office, corner of Fort nnd Hotel itret,oier trejloan's
Particular intention paid to restoration gold filling.
Kelyingoncoodworl. nt re.nnonable charges lo cam
the confidence of tlie puMic lss-6-li
r no. l. badcock,
ti-ATR or Oakland)
Tradier of die Piano-Forte, Addre, I.VCAN ft CO.
KtMOENCK Mrs, Dndoit'n. 8j-'
NO. 73 QUKEM SriIEFT tlONOll-LU
Member ofthe Honolulu block and llond Hichange.
Is prepared to buy and sett Stocls and llonds in the
open inarlet, at the usual rate of commission.
Has money to loan m MocW. Small margin; re
quired on 1 ime Contracts.
Will advise as 10 Investments when requested.
O. HALL a SON.
IMI-ORTRRS AND DKALtRS IN
IliifiUeurr nml (leiirrnl .Mrirlminttir,
Cohnlk op Kino and Fort STurtTt, lloioii'Lu
Jv'',n W. I Ml President and Manager
It Jc vw" ; Secretary and I teasurer
P. U Jones, Jr.... ...... Auditor
Directors V.. O. Hall, George U. Ilou-e. 131
Q M. CARTER,
Aiivitt In Inhr .Ickliowlritifiiifiiti to C'nil
ivirfl tn .tff.tir.
IIonowli', Hawaiian Islands 15
T3 W. LAINE,
Cviiiiiiffoiri 0 Dealt
For the Slate of California, for the Hawalim Islands,
and General Agent (or the. Pacific .Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. ,4,
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
.lfrnf lo tiil.11 .Irknoillrilgmtlltn lu Com-rfirfY)l-.fl6oi
Intcsios OrricK Uomoli'lv
JOHN H. PATV,
Xolarn Villi I r 11 ml CiiiiMilttUll of (.,
For iho Stales of California and New Voik. Office
al the IU11I. of Ilithop & Co.
IIONOICLI, OAIII', 11. 1, I
P T. LENEIIAN & Co.
iiijioi-rer Mini roiumijWou .lfrrrnmla,
Nuvanu Stkeit, IIoNOLVLI'.
T YCAN & CO,
miiorlri (i i. I llinlriM In hlwli of
J111I0 (Inuilt, I'niirii lloo,lii,
Nos. ioj and o; Four Srntrrr HoNoitLt-
Fumiture, CKalrs, Seising Machines, Mirrors and
ailrrA. 1 Lll.S. I'ulli,. I pft.n. nml ,-... t.- ....,. .
order. ... .,
C BREWER & COMPANY,
Cciiri.il.lrrrniilllciuiil Com hiIjiioii Aitnti
IjVIICN SUSCr, IIONOLILL.
Oricers-I'. C. Joiim, Jr., president and manager :
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Ditectors!
lions. Charles K. Ilishopand II. A. V. Carte( Henry
HciilVr til Clialtttl llttf, Vcul, Jlnttai,, .(.
No. 6 QtisLN .STar, t'uu MAm.tr
Family and Shipping orders carefully atlendej lo,
!.( Stosk fiur.ishsd to Vesaels at twn notice.
V cietaUes of all kbdl supplied to order.
S. CUINBAUlt Lo.
m;iorls-r nml WhaUiul lUattv In iim-
Ma mil's Hlocw.. . .QtniicSrsuT, IIonoulc
S. CR1NUAUM Co.
riirm-ltHi; nml fwmmlflou Jtrrrliaul;
i Caliiosma St., Sad I'iancisciv.
Knijl rifi.ta. r.. .! .....t.ii.. .... t. ...I., .
cxnssIrnmciUt sf island prvducc t
Plunttr .Slt.im r.iudu itauufactoru aiiJ
IVMtlcal ConfectiMVer, laury Cock and IlaVef.
Nlusiber 71 lltet siren, be!ceti loisaitd Nbuaou
TTOLLISTBR ft Co.,
N'Molttiih mi.l Ktlall OruggM (l. To.
No-Jj, NffVAssc Srutr ,,,,,,,.,,.HeoLvn
Watrhmnktrp Fri?rttrt f'tttrnrrrt nt
Nrt rn Forr Smirr Hosmtu
All rrdefl faithfu'ily 'ecuted. jfl
Ilonl a tut ,S h o ut ft h t.
tVUnnd Shtx maI to OrW.
No. tt4 Port St.. orroMTB TANHtroN Starlbk.
Krprrn itutl tlrtttimtnt
Freight, rackasirs, nnd Higstage dells erevl to and from
all pans of Honolulu nnrj vietnils. Careful at
tension paW lo moving Furniture, with
WAP.ONS KXPRF.SSLV (OR lilt: 1'URPOSC
Telephone W i Residence fi PunchlKiwI street.
Office. 86 King Street. 10M1
TWT PIIILLIPScV Co.
rmiintlert unit IVhnlmnle Denier In Clnlli-
Inn, llimli, Mlinrn, ,!, .Ilrn'i. 'up.
11 1 'hi 111 tlnnilt, I'lineu tlno,li, IUe.
Nn. ti KAAimmmi Srnirf HrWortLU-"
C J- LEVEY ft CO.,
Wmletiile nml r.thttt Cli-ncrm,
Tort Smtrr . . .Hnvouu-
rresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand nnd
receivedrrgularly from Turoi. and America which
vyIII be sold nt the !orM matVet rales,
f oods delivered to any part cf the city free of chsrge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention v.illljr
given tothesame. 112.1v
AX7-0NG LEONG & CO.,
Aueiiti fur Jlnnunl Snnnr, Vnlmitn ttlee
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill.
Niuanu SmmT Cohn Mariki
'piIEO. II. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latk Ianioi, Grfrn S: Co )
Jmpoilcra itml VominlMiiUm Merchant.
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Undensrilen,
Ilritish nnd Foreign .Vlarine Insurance t-omnans-. sn.l
- - -- . w..... ...... !v ....
Northern Assurance Company.
A W, RICHARDSON & Co
Importers and Orsicss in
llnnlt, SIiocm, I'urnUlitmi tlowU, lint,
rvrjie, TVmiAs, futliei,
Perfumery and Soips Wi.ltham Watches,
Fine Jcwclrj-, etc,
CoRdrR Fort and Mebciiant Strefts, Honoiulu
- E. WILLIAMS,
IsiroRTreR and Dralbr in
furniture of f.eery lleterlptlnn, ,,so
I'liliolMlrrrr nml Mnnnfiielnrer.
Furniture VVarerooms No. 109 Fort Street. Work,
shop at old stand on llolel Street. All orders promptly
altemleil to. Jj '
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer nml Driller In C.eiiernl 3ter-
Queen Stref.t IIonolclu
(leneml CainmUtlan Aiientt.
Qifen Stkcbt,., HONOLl-m
TD. HOFrsCHLAEGER & Co.
Impmter nml Coinmlmilon Merchant:
HONOLUIU OahC. II. I.,
T-1LLINGHAM & Co. s
linporlem nml Dealer Itanlirare, Cut
Talnn and Oils, and General Merchandi.e.
No. 37 Fort Strkrt Honolulu
A VV. PEIRCE tn Co.
.Shlji Chnmlltr ami CommUslun Jler-
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for tlrand's Guns and Homb Lances and Per.
ry lMsis Pain killer.
M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Sugar J'aelors ami Catmnlntlon Aoeiitn.
CLAUS SFRCCKICLS. svsl. c. IRWIN.
Honolulu ,t j
Auctioneer nml CommUtton Merchant,
"P Aj SCIIAEFER & Co.
Importer anil Commlattoii Merchnnln,
Merchant Street. .Honolulu
ILDER & Co,
r.nmher, t'nhili, Olli, .Willi, ami Hull, lint,
Materials of eecrti html.
Cob. Tort and Quren Srs HnNoit'LU
T WILLIAMS & Co.
101 and 104 Fort Street Honohlu
rlctures of all sites and kinds made to order, nnd
frames of all descrl4ioiis constantly on liand. Also
Corals. Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific a
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealer, In Lumber nml nil hi mil of HulUl.
Inu Malerlnlit, I'alnlt, oil,, Sail,, etc.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AGENTS OF SOIOONKR
HaleaL-ala, Kulamanu, Ktkauluohl, Mary Elleu,
u llama, 1'aualil and LealiL
At Robin-on's VV half. ,
linporlem of (let, era I Jlerchnmlh from
J'rnnee, Jinilnml, Hermann unit
the Valid Slate:
No. 58 Qufrn Street , Konout
110 and silCALiroRMA Street ...Ssn F.Ai.es SCO,
I'artlculsr attention laid to filling and shliiping Is
Haute nml Stan I'alittrr,
Pafek Ham.ei, tier,
No. 10; Kino Street Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Anetlaiicri-M ami C'oiiuiifj.foii Merchant!,
llEAVEK IlLOCK, QeiaN STREET, HONOLULU.
Sales ofFurnitute, Stock, Real Kusie ail General
Mershandise promptly attended lo. bole agents fur
American and Kurvixan merchandise. I J, l.voki,
U8'" (I. J.I.F1IV.
RS. A. M. MELLIS,
J'nthlonablt Diet nml Cloak Uahcr,
No. 101 KnsTSrir .,. . ..If on on L
JUJ W. McCHESNEY A SON,
Leather, lllilet, Ta'low nml Con, mitt Ion
Ajsnls for the Ro) al Soap Companj-.
NO. 41 QlkEN SrlEET HONOLI.IV
I m,WSv rt Sm...r.m f .1 . ?. ., .
lUn, tlotu.tily at sr Fram jco, CaliforaU.) jo
A U SMITH,
luifinrler nml Dialer lis lllattirart,
MtrtJeu Sllwtr-Vtaleil Ware,
No. 4t t'otr Str lloi-onjit'
King's Cofi'anaiioa SpeswlM and F.) egUs.es,
,-V"! (tV are. Fancy baaM. picture Fruits, Tis
loKVVMe.vllailxUtCuilcy, l0.r, Shu aad
Atan.u.'uluA; Uatk'a .Spool CaUsw, Maslssaa O.I, all
WUkU of M.chuie NeeJUs, 'Uumettk'' l-aper F4shur.t.
bote agasst of (be uaii.rsolly ukiuoUJieJ Light.
RiluIb Doustuc Sesrui Muhlw
T EWERS k COOKE,
(Successors to I.ewcrs d I)i:kson,)
linpoiteit nmt Denier, In Lumber nml nil
html of llnlhllng Mnleilnl,.
Fort Strict Honolulu
- C. COLCMAN,
lllnehtmllh, Mnchlnhl, Carrlaat Uorh,
HoNOLtllt' H. I
Plantation MathiiKtr, etc Shop on King Streett
ii rt-siic , ,tvww 1 73i)T
Thif Copper iintt Mtrrt linn Motktr,
Stare tnut lUiuye,
otftlf klrnl, PIumVr utrtck ami metal, hAue furnish'
EtijeT goods, chaiuletiers. Umpi, etc
No. 8 Kami, -maw .SrRf.KT llONOLit.u
T M, OAT & Co.
tsulhtuikcv Clay of Detcrtpttnit
tumte miff tcptth'ett,
Loft in A. Ff CooVe'i new fireproof building, foot cl
NuHflnu Street. r3
T nMMKLUTH & Co.,
ThmmttU nmt Vlumbevat tirntet' hi
.toret Itftttyrs, 7 iff,
No. $ NLt'ANl' .Strkp.t IIONOLl'Ll
T W GIRVIN,
t;tmmilou 3Terehrtut nmt tltnmntt Dentw
tit tirj CloottM,
U'ailvkv, Maui ... II, I
Groceries Hani ware. Stationery. Patent Medicine,
I'erfitmer) ami Glassware, i
OMOLULU IRON WORKS Co..
Steam Engine, llutlev$, Siifnr Mtttn,
Content. Iron, lit nan nmt l.ttnl Cm-tlny,
Machinery of e.ery ileKriptton made to order
Particular Attention p-iul to Strip' lllackcmilhing.
Job work executed on the thorteU tiultct, 10
T-HOS. G. THRUM,
HtrOPTING AND MANtTACTURlNO
Stnt tunev, AVirji A tent, Printer, llaoU
And publisher of the STl now pHK,nd Hawaii
an A Una Hdt atut Annual Merchant street. Deal
er in line Stationery, H-kJ.-s, Muic, Toys and Fancy
Good, Fort Hreet, near Hotel, Honolulu.
S. CLCGHORN & Co.
Impottcr.i nml Dentevi tn Uenevat Mer
rttnmltjic. Corner Queen nnd Kaahum.inu Streets, Honolulu,
OLLES & Co.
Ship Ctiamttcr nmt Couimttnlnn .Merchants
Qitr. STRHrT. Honolulu, H. I.,
Importers nnd Dealers in General Merchandise, t
Carpenter nml Jtulttter.
AH lundi of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130. Williamson's Kxpreu Office.
Suor, No. 84 Kinu Strekt. ,, IIonoi.i'
T AINE ft Co.
Importers arid dealer in Hoy, Grain and General
Honolulu... H. I
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
(Iroeery ami feed Store.
Cor. King and FortSts. Honolllu
-pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, H. I.
Ueeft Vent, Mutton, Lumh, Poultry
Constant I v on hind, and of chois-cut uualitv. Pork
Sausages, Itolocnas, etc., aU-ajs on hand. Our meats
are an cut and put up m Intern st)Ie. All otJert
faithfully attended to and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
Streets. Uo-Gm G. UAUP11, Proprietor.
U'ntrhmtiK'er nml tfeieeler,
WALTHAM and allotlier American WATCHES,
Clocks, and Jewelry.
Watch repairing mod a Speciality
All orders from the othet iolands promptly attended to.
No. 53, Hotel Street. Honolulu, H.I.
Jeweler nml Diamond Setter,
Nofo, Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
(Opposite Hollistcr & Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
OPP & CO.,
Vpholtterert, Draper ami Dealer In nil
Limit of furniture
Telephone Ko. 143.
-s II U STAC E,
(rOEUEELY WITH DOLIM t. CO.)
Wholetal ami Itelnll (Irocer,
in, Kino Street Unde IUkmoxv Halu
ratnily, 1'latitation, and Ship stores sulJie't at short
notice. New on.,.! lv every slramcr. Drilers from
the other Island faithfully csevuteil.
Telephone No. 11a. , 75'r"r
WT E. HERRICK,
Ifootf niul Irarti Turner,
IlETIIEL SSEEET HONOLI'LV
Table Ucs, liedslead 1'osls, Dillursl Halls Canes,
llaluslers, Keisel1, Kou CataUashes,
unit all talier Lliklsof tumlnf,
execsiteil srlth neatness and dispatch.
O M. CARTER S. F. GRAHAM
S, M. CARTER & CO",
rirti'.vvooD, coaujand rrKii,
Free Dslirtry to all paruof the Ciii.
irrm.iiiAf '.', K.VM STHKKT,
And Telephone No, 1 1;
ONOLULU IRON WORKS
At the annual meeting ot the sloctluilj.rs of this
Couyaii), held as the fic ot Messrs. Ihso. II.
Uasics & Co. osi Marsii fth, 1H4, ll fulloin crtkert
sicrt elected for tlie eaajin year, vU :
HE.T1IKO. II. DAVIDS, fi..Wnl.
slt.r'. M.SWANV,Set,slrsjil 1'ieasjiu,
Mb. VV. I. f.Kr.KN, Auditor.
r. M SWANV,
TRUSSES I TRUSSES I
TRlTfSIlS. 1 Hu&rX. TRUSSE's.
lUllabtS. IkUSi-S. 1KUC.
Man j nccisij 1 ta tsTOsc. of
DISIIOP & CO., DanVers
IIOfOLtir, IIAWSIIAN IsLtlnsi.
Draw F.schange on
THE IHNK OF CALIFORNIA,
And Ihtlr ajents In
Messrs. N M. HOriLSCIIILD k SONS,
The COMMERCIAL ItNKINO CO.,
QP SVDNF.V, LONDON,
llieCOMMF.RCIAL lUNKINO CO.,
OF SVDNKV, SVDNF.V.
Tlie HANKS Of NEW ZEALAND I
THE HANKS OF IIRIYISH C0LU.MI1IA,
VICIORIA, II. C; AND I'ORTLAND, OR.
Trait tad a Gtntml fljuktiie- In tint si.
Q. W. MACPARLANH ft Co.
Importert ami Vmmliton Mevrhanlt.
Ccr. Foet and Queen Stseets. .K . ..IIokoIulv
TheGlasjo and Honolulu Line of PacVelt
01111 iias 1.0 , i.ir,pocl Line of I'acktL
ne VVailcatiu I'lsniatLm.
The Spencer Plantation, Ililo.
llakalau riantallon, llilj.
Mitlees, Tail Watson, Snjar Compaoy.
I he ruuloa Sheep Ranch Comiany.
rASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping ami Commit, Inn Merchauti,
No. Sj KlNCSTBEET IIONTJltllV
ItlFOETEES AID tlCAIEM IN
The : Hitchcock A. Company's Phnlation.
n, Al..,ni. ff. ti.l.i..: in. ....
,, '"-'".. . ..-...., 11, , tiiiaiiuu.
R, Halstead. or Waialua I'latitalion
A. H. Smith rtc Company, Koloa. Kauai.
J.M. Alexander, Haiku, Mam,
'the Haiku Sugar Compauy.
'1 he Kohala Sucar Company.
1 he Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsfti.
I ne lllake .Manufacturing Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Cenlrifnijal Machines.
The New orL,and Honolulu Pecket Line.
I he .Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco'
J.., J'" " ow,, s s-eieuraieu pietncines.
VVilcoe i Olhh's Singer .Manufacturing Company,
VV heeler & Wilson's Seising Machines. l;jl)r
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
.Ire prepared to farnlth Vlant and Ktll
mntet for Steel
With or wiihout Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAITED FOR SUCAR PLANTATION'S.
I crtnanent Radwavs, and Locomotives and cars. Trac
tion F.ncmes and Road Locomotives, Sleam
Ploughing and Cullitaling Machinery, Port
able Lngines for all purposes. Winding
Engines for inclines.
Catalogues svith Illustrations, Models and Photo,
graphs of the alwve Plants and Machinery may he seen
at the offices of the undersigned. W. L. UKUEN and
ler iVc'ACFAKLAN,: C0 Ae' f ' f
"pKE MONTAGUE RANGE
TOR SETTING IN BRICK.
K 31 31 K I. VT It Jt CO.,
No. j Nuuanu Stkeet "... Honolulu
Sole agents for these islands. The liest cooling ao
paralus ror the Plantation, Hotel or Family,
RANGES t FIXTURES such as
not Water Holler,,
Urate Hart, Etc.,
Always In stock.
Estllirtl di,.,tnna fir ....!.. .... . ..
r ...v.., .v. ....( it,. Miiuiiipany tsery
Circulars an J Prim on aflifatiait. i2-ar
n. M. mrvvvr vv r..m..iu.. d...m..,,i..i.
lercd Into partnership with MR. HUGH HAS I IE, I he'
nr firm will he known as
opposite Whitman s Wright's.
Every descriiiltonorrilrnilura at l..v..t
rriuired 011 1 line Panient.
In Silk, Horsehair, and other coverings,
MOM to UPWAEPS.
Elegant cos .rings andlilmmingv
rs.ll. "BOSTON" and "CHALLENGE'
7. Kf.VtV MTKKr.T,
TriEMii.NS Nirvtsia, ijl.
II. J. .VOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
Pj to anuoanct 10 hit friends and ihe public In (en
era! llut Ihe aUive Saloon oiUn
From ) a, u., lul is r. M
The fiu. si
Clf us, Pijwa
Oat of llnuuw U k 4 Balte's tslsUalsJ
It rotuiestcd wlili ih .suUishwu, where lestit M
IHSI SW MM SMIKISSSll.
at KAnoiaM Pabk
It tvaw open daily, where kefitsIuM.it u) be had svi!
ill VH M.W.I (MMtSe.
H, J. NOLTC, JrEltr,
MEW GOODS.7 y
li'tr srcEivrn tx
"Manha DatrV"M.ltif," and tspertfj t
" Manposa" and lher vessels'
Poston Caid Matches,
Hone Shoes and Nails
DOWNERS and NOONDA V Oil,
Luhricillnt Oill of all Vlnds,
Cut N.ils, all sites,
Clinch Nails, all sires.
Cotton Waste In bates,
Cheap Rim Clocks,
Brown Soap, In cases,
Wire Hanging Hasten for Ferns, jitS"
Lane's Plantation Hoes,
ti Inch Coose.necs Socket Iloei,
Ice Cream rreeters,
Lawn Mowers, Wst llnd,
Case's Genuine AmosVeag Denims,
Case's Genuine Amostteag Mariners Slrlpf,
ttelides a thousand articles In the Hardware line always
Soon expected, not by the Spartan," a most com'
plete assortment of
llall'i Steel Plnet anil Hicahcrt,
Willi estra Handles, Beams and Points.
All these will be found at the corner brick slore of
161 E. O. HALL A SON. Llmiisd.
R II E U M T I S M .
HOLLISXER tk 0O
Nuuanu street, and comer of Fort and Merchan streets
ap BREWER ft CO.
Offer for Slc the cargo of the bark
Just arrlseJ, the follow!. list of MerchauJiseJ
Light Jf.es, ires Wagont,
Kjlentlon Top Carrlagtt,
Common Wood Clsairt
P... Baml Shoolt.
, It. Chsill, Not. i, ), and 3,
Hay Cutters, Not. 1, s and J,
ralrHht' Mtale; ,Vm J, t, 10,11, lll-f,
leather Belling, -f
Centrifugal Unbgt, 14 InchM,
Composition NtiU, 1 Ji tub sad ( iusi,
Maiuasolh Kocktrt, .
Mar.ila Cordag., AsxhIcsI,
Calr, Ftnc. Papist.
Fanutt't Boilem nssJi fjalli
Sinsl Rope, AstvileJ
r.M.t. Jftrtstl MmMIb,,
Aaattvlss) rssj Wirt.
Gals, Ccrtwt sad Wtvttvtra,
tC, 4C, DC 1(1
KMWLBS' STEAM AND VACUUM
C, BRSWtft tV C, ACSNTS,
llaskui m hand Ml d cswwkn. tuck of lb.
aLo. cafcUtied swaspt. Juts teuused psvav rauasir
,.- n, ..Jliwinus ISSBS1S SW SSfl iaSSSSfsV tVM
tais iysJE ""f TaT'
T M. OAT, JR. CO
$ ? ? e;
Stationer antl cw Dealer.
HAWAIIAN OAZETI-K IlLOCK, t, MCRCIIANi
Ilase just receiied, Mallpou, a fine aMntm.nt
Among wheh may be found
Broad and narrow, by the tram blocked, or by quite,
MEMORANDUM BLOCKS, c, Jk , me
BLANK noOKS :
llounj 10 pirate,
Banl er' large, Bankers' uiutl,
In fct we have Inkstands for all.
post orncE leiter scales.
Caiter's Combined Copying and Writing,
in i;uattt, pints, and half pinu.
CARTER'S WRITING FLUID,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and ronea.
VIOLET INK, quarts, pints, half pints, and csnu
INDELIBLE INK, assorted.
ARNOLDS WRITING FLUID,
In quails, pintl, half pints, and cones.
STAFFORD'S, tn quirtl and pints.
Fgvptian Pclfumed Ink.
tn quarts, pints, half pints, and sxMSta,
Petfect Mucilage Bottle.
MANNS COPV BOOKS!
to 1 it, full liouml and half bound,
10 a 1 4, fult bound and half boun J.
Mann's Cops Ing Pap r,
PEN3 and HOLDER'S in great vart.ttss,
Automatic Pencils. Copying Pencils,
Faber't Pencils, Dunns Pencils, 4c.
DRAWING PAPER, plain and mounted,
Manilla Detail Paper.
ENVELOPES: 150,000 assorted.
Placing Cards, round comer and plain.
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, a large satiety,
Time Books, assorted,
Shipping Tags, Tourist Tags.
INVITATION PAPER, and Envelopel to tnatih,
Ball Programme Cards, pencils and laitcli.
LETTER PRESSES, large and small.
Rubber Bands, all sires.
BASF. BALLS and BATS,
Guides and Score Books.
BIRTHDAY CARDS, POCKET KNIVES, and
many other articles too numerous to mention.
Til. SUBSCRIPTIONS received for any foreign
paiwr or Maganne published at any lime. Also ror all
the I.ocal Papers and Maiaiincs, Seasides, Brook
sides, Family Library, etc., ulwas sou hand, and spe
cial numbers sent for to order,
. SPECIAL ORDERS received for BOOKS, eict
RED RUBBER STAMP AGENCY,
and Agflitt for ihe Encvclopedia Ilrllannirm.
Vft. All Island orders rilled promptly. Sa
I. M. OAT, Jr., and CO.,
Gazette Block, as MmUtit Street
niLLlNCHAM & CO..
.Have receiied a full line ofthe favorite
Dillingham Bruiting Plow.,
DalaaBghsua Rict. Flow.,
DlUlnsrhaai Furrow Plosnttoarrlva
1h Tlowt art all made from our .'own patitrnt
hy the original John Dccre Molina Plow Wotkt,
the pionter Western plow manufactory and Ihe largest
steel plow wotkt the woild. For the Plowt of lliie
manufacture we are agenis.
Approved styles of
CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, and IIORSK IIOK
OLD PATTERN MOLINE PLOWS
PLANTATION TOOLS or ALL KIND.
Buckeye Mowers "-
Differential Pulley Blocks
Foddtr.Cuiteri, Garden and Cautl Barr.w
Palntt, Paint Oil tnd Varnliht.
nt rsoor safss Ann tovit, rtt( exiikcuiikih
Houie Fleniiiiino Coobt
.au..i, Chandtllcrt, and Lanltint
tic, etc, etc.
kW New Coodt conuutly trrlvlaf .
We aim 10 keep errrylbing required tn est? lint,
10 ttll at lowest piicts.
NEON, SMITH, A CO.,
I) and in, FORT STREET,
ioaiict't A KHitxa'a ciii.iATW MouaarATiti,
THE COMMON 3KNSE NURSING BOTTLE
HR HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
ANNUAL PON 1M4.
it ko BtADV ro Miivuy
sad U Uhin.1 none of lit prdttort Is) tolttttU aad
Pike, par copy, (oct. or, by nail .Uotkd, (sves.;
ruuM. a. xmmvm,
Tka Os4tss4ttta VtssslstlatWI
sviatKt rsxiM rsva rAcroav
WE HAVE irsvCIAL rACIMTIM
Car fm eU Mtyifcirt nmm w4 m
tjJ.jjt Urnmr-. " JM