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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY ,io, i88l .I4'
VoUUMB IV, NuMHEK 37-
Whole Number 193.
A llreete mm the IIHo Wood:
"April bring the primrose jwcet,
Scatters daisies at our feci."
So rippled on tlie poetic almanac of
our childhood in a land where each
month marked periods of change
uinc in trumpeted with the whistling
winili of March, with sand or sleet, or
with soft brcc7Ci and velvet verdure of
June; or with the soughing complaint
of pine-skirted forests in November,
when leaves lay brown and tlead.
Who will make nn almanac for tropic
lands, where the daisies are scattered
through the year and only spicy brcc7cs
Today the incoming news from the
United States tells of havoc of winter
storm and flood. The Ohio has slipped
its banks and whole cities have taken
to boats, warehouses and residences arc
entered only throtiuh the second-story
windows. In Colorado an avalanche
of snow has been undermined by a sud
den thaw, and crashing down with
thunderous roar has burned in eternal
sleep a whole community of miners. In
Atlanta the cyclone Mas sped on its tcr
riblc course and in a moment flung to
earth a harvest of death. And yet here,
in this soft-isle far away from touch of
harm, the months have conic and gone.
We dream and doze and delve. The
iamebrbht sun heralds the day with
US. tjilcndorsand crowns its close with
purple cIoryCan wc not gather a little
6r he sweejncss and bloom, and toss
it across'llt was to our far-away kins-imen-s-n
nosegay that shall droii at their
fectViid the rush and push of busy life,
a button-hole boquct to brighten the
steady grind of prosaic days ?
Hut you have no cold ? Oh, yes, we
call it cold, when the continuous rain
for several days, drops the thermometer
a degree or two. Then we don an extra
garment and in our draughty rooms
gather a little closer about the evening
lamp. " No snow t ' yes, when the
clouds lift from the .summit of grand
Mauna Kca, the snow is there. Shall
we call it a " fall " of snow ? wc think
more properly it is a"risc"ofsnow! How
beautiful it is I Snow cthcrializcd, snow
pictured as brush of human artist never
yet pictured it. Forty miles away,
1 j 3oo feet up in air, how pure and
1 itical it lies! In those vast ravines,
Tm K-lined, clean as the floor of the
sky, there the whole long year lie beds
of softest white, trickling slowly down
and wasting into the sparkling streams
that by and by come in a Irolic past
our doors and so out into the beautiful
sea. These are the saints all in white,
that in their far-away cloisters are al
ways at their prayers and the streams
are the prayers distilled in visible
No, we could not do without our
snow. And those lofty heights, how
they symbolize to us the joy of repot
and silence and retreat! Up there,
what a range the eye may take in 1 My
sugar plantation is but a dot in the
landscape, though, down here, it covers
vast acres, in fact, covers my life, hem
ming it in in pocket and brain and
hand, with imprisoning bounds. Down
here, perchance, my voice may be a
power to sway the opinions of a little
army of men, my signature on paper
may control their earthly destiny; up
there the bird that scales the crag is
more fearless than I, and his voice lias
a sweeter note. A spark from a China'
man's pipe dropping into my crates of
trash may, in a moment, kindle a con
flaiiration that shall leave me homeless
and penniless : but up there the hori
zon sweeps out into an endless vista,
and above are the myriad stars, in
silence and in order fulfilling the divine
behest. I do not wonder the untaught
soul has in all ages worshipped moun
tains and built altar fires upon their
summits, l'iscah and Horeb, Par
nassus and Mont Blanc, Mount Wash
ington and Fusiyama arc shrines and
will ever be of the purest thought of
"Tain would I climb,
Hut that I fear to fall."
Travellers familiar with all parts of
the world give the Hawaiian Islands the
distinction of having the. roughest roads
on the explored globe. It is a grim
joke to call them roads at all ; they are
cattle-tracks, bridle-paths, river-courses,
anything but roads. Still where a mule
or horse can go, man will either ride or
follow. To-day if you wish you may
have some experience of mountain
climbing. A party is about starting for
a camp upon the side of Mnuna Ken,
6,000 feet above the sea. Though a
stranger, I am sure you would be wel
come to their mountain fare, for island
hospitality is better than its roads.
They leave this afternoon intending to
day to make only the first seven miles
reaching a camp on the lowtr edge of
the belt of woods winch traverses the
mountain midway. It is a hard seven
miles, touching the recent lava flow and
sorting it for a long distance. This is
the flow which in November, of .880.
broke, from the summit of Mauna Loa
and.for nine months poured a devasta
ting flood down tlw sides of the two
nlcisolv.linked mountains. It cut a
clean swath through the wet forests,
spread itself oyer thousands of acres qf
open country and at length stopped first
upon the verge of arable lands, green
cane fields and the lovely homes of
A train of pack-inulcs with natives
has been sent on in advance, and
you will not overtake them. To
night you must bivouac in your
blankets In a Iwk house at La
Malea, 1,500 feet high, with a
glorious campfire outside. To-morrowf
you go through to the last camp, l'ua
kala, where you find your supplies. It
is raining this afternoon, an I if signs
do not fail, that long line of rai.t on
the mountain side will track your way
tomorrow, and on the slipiery lava
beds and through the ooxe of forests
,you will tliank your stars that your
hone and not you is responsible for
your safely. ,
These camps, there are five in all,
arc bullock stations ; wild cattle roam
over this region and arc lassoed and
corralled for their owners' use. There
rars o caivc lands as far up the moun
tain tide a this. The forest are wade
" uii of uMat tract, of ball or screw-nine.
oiVu and koa, with a sprinkling of
kukul mm. MtKW-wooa rcnu m
great variety and of exquisite beauty
riot in the rich decaying vegetation of
the steaming forests, and trailers and
parasites festoon gorgeous decorations
from the trees. Hut the upper camp is
above the line of fern growth. The
fern is too tropical for an altitude now
and then visited by frost.
Here is the region for experimental
gardening in hamc fruits, and here our
unsi 11:13 irart'iuiicii upon inc u.icks ui
mules at an immense labor his (Jalitor
nia cuttings of cherry, apple and pear
trees, blackberry vines and gooseberry
and currant plants, with every promise
of success If the wild hogs will only let
them alone. All about grew wild, the
okala or mountain raspberry and ohas
sweet fragrant strawberries, too and
ohelos, which are New Kngland blue
berries I lawaiianized. Flowers at this
altitude repeat the vivid glories of Oak
land. Moss roses, hnglish ivies, fits
chias, heliotropes, all love this region
and do their brightest and best so
stocky, so alive and so unlike the
ephemeral delicacy of the gardens on
lower levels. In Hilo roses bud, blos
som and fall in a few hours. In Oak
land the same sorts of roses last as
I'uakala, 6,000 feet above the sea, is
a grand sanatarium. The air, though
sensibly rartticd, is bracing and pure,
the nights are sparkling and cold.
Here the torpid blood tingles through
the veins with a new zest, and age
grows young again. Only that the
jaunt is too laborious for an invalid,
and a serious obstacle to any but ex
perienced riders, there would be a
steady pilgrimage, I think, from the
sea levels to those glenous heights.
On Maui there are good roads to
similar mountain resorts, and wc hope
the time will come when Hawaii can
have as good. Hawaii is larger than
all the other islands of the group to
gether its forests seem impenetrable,
us guicncs impassaoic, anu iikc a sen
tinel armed, Mauna Loa frowns upon
irreverent intruders. Hut we arc pro
gressing, the telephone is here, the
railroad is on the way, and if recipro
city does not fail, these virgin lands
will soon blossom in cane, and the
screaming locomotive will span these
dizzy ravines. With industry and
wealth, good roads and hanging gar
dens and sanataria will be possible to
us all. Al. C. K.
Hilo, April 4, 1884.
Captain liution on Hawaii.
In pleasing contrast to the flood of
rubbish which has been recently writ
ten and printed concerning this coun
try, is the lecture on " The Hawaiian
Islands and People," delivered in Wash
ington, before the Smithsonian Institute
and certain scientific societies, by Capt.
C k. Uutton, Uiii.A. Thuse or our
people who met Captain Dutton during
his visit to the islands something over a
year ago, and particularly those who
had the pleasure of listening to his ad
mirable lecture on the geology of rivers,
delivered under the auspices of the
Library and Reading Room Associ
ation, will recall him as a gentleman
who, to excellent perceptive and rea
soning powers, united an unusual
talent for clear and accurate statement.
These qualities, together with a fair
and candid temper, are all conspicuous
in his Washington address. Lively
and picturesque in style, without any
semblance of gush or attempt at merely
fine writing, genial and friendly in tone,
but without flattery, conveying a large
amount ot accurate information in a
pleasant way ; it is quite a model of its
kind, lhc first half of the lecture,
which is devoted to the natural features
of the country, particularly its volcanic
phenomena, is one of the best pieces
of descriptive writing wc have met with
for a long time. The second half,
treating of the people, manners, cus
toms, laws, character, social condition,
eta, is equally excellent in its way,
This community are under obligations
to any gentleman who puts before the
outside world an account of this coun
try and its people which is at once so
instructive, so trustworthy, so appreci
ative, and clothed in such admirable
literary form as the paper under con
sideration. Hawaiian Monthly for
Tlie Yoleano Eruption of JKrakatau,
Editor Saturday Press Sin The
following extracts are from nn article of
greatest interest in the March number
of " Proceedings of the Royal Geo
graphical bociety, which has just come
under any notice. Will you kindly give
them room ? S. R. D.
On looking at the accompanying map of the
locality before the eruption, it will be teen that
clo to the eat ami norlh-west u f V
katau, which is in Lat. 6 f S Lon. toj 26'
lv., there are two imatl fragment! of laiul, Lang
ami Vctlatcn Wands respectively. It is Mr.
Norman Lockyer'a opinion that these are two
higher edge of the old rim of a ullileil crater,
overflowed in part by the ea that the heights
on Krakatau ittcll, the remaining portion of the
old volcano summit, are cones elevated on this
old crater flour and that the ancient funnel
it practically coextensive wilh the area inclosed
by these three islets, though till Ihe 30th of
May last, blocked up by volcomc tlebru.
(Thlt " funnel," on the map, t four milet In
diameter, measured at tea-level).
On the J 1st of Augu! Ve volcano appear
(o have been in increased eclivity t for the h!p
Kay of Naples reportt being unable 'o ventuic
into the strain on account of the great lall of
pumice and ashes.
Tlie firtt, however, of the more disattrous ef
fect were felt on the evening of the 26th, com'
menclng about 4 r. M. They were Inaugurated
by violenl explosions, heard In Anjer, Telok
bong, and as far as Batavla, accompanied by
high waves At the lurid gleams that
playesl on the gigantic column of smoke and
ashes were teen In Ualivia, 80 mile, off in a
straight line, we can form some Idea of the
great height to which the debris, tome of which
fell at fine ashes In Cheiibon, 500 miles to tbe
east, was being ejected during the night.
Ik-twcen 5 and 7 A. u. of the 27th, there
was a. still more gigantic cauloslon heard in
the Andaman Islands and In India which pro.
duced along both shores of the strait an immense
tidal uiosment, causing cakmiious lots of
The material thrown nut roa to an deviation
which wt have no means of estimating, but to
tieta Jii was It that oat apt ding htM out
(COKHNVU) OX l-OUKTM fAO,)
J W. O. Smith.
1 1. A. Thihhton
Attorney at trr.
No. 38 MERCHANT STRKRT. ,
ILLIAM O. SMITH Co.,
( l A. Tiicuvroi, I
W. O. Swir 11. j
.Hlnrk ami Heal Kiiate Hroher,
No. 88 Merchant Stupst Honolulu
Ifiit.MiM in tSjtf.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other Cor
poration Stuck, Ilonds and similar Securities
UoiT.iiT Awn Sold nr Commwion.
Money Loaned on Stoclc Securities,
O B. DOLE,
Counselor at .ill aatt Salary Vubllc,
Corner Fort anii Mkrciiant Streets, Honoluiu
CLARENCE W. ASHFORD,
A tiorney, solicitor, sir.,
No. is ICAAiiiru.iXU Strrrt... Honolulu
UT R. CASTLE,
Attorney i hnw nnd Xotttry VnUttr.
Attend all the Court of the Kingdom.
Attorney ami Cottnartar at Zitr.
C6 Fort Strkht.., ... .,..,......., .MnsoLULtj
A LBHRT C. SMITH,
Atjrnt to Ink Arkuautntyeinent to
Office With Smith A Thurston, Attorneyt-atI.aw
No, 38, Mkrchant Strbrt.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
tiurgwan nmt Ifomirjuithtr J'fiyntctitn.
OrriCEcoRNFK Fort and Bkrftania Sts.,
Office Hour Until 9 a. m., and from 1-3 and 6:30-8 p.m.
EMERSON, M. D.
Vhyntetttn unit Snryron
Tklepiionk Number 149.
Office hour from VA to 10M a. m.: ii to t4 n. m.
Office and Residence, No. a Kulcui street, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY M. D., D. D. S.
Jientrtl Jtoom on J'ort Strrrt,
Honolulu H. I.
Office In llrewcr Illoctc. corner Hote and Fort
streets, entrance on Jtotei street.
ILLIAM B. MCALLISTER,
PERMANENTLY LOCATFD IN HONOLULU.
Ofrice, corner ol Fort and I lotel street, over TrcEloan'
Particular attention paid to restoration gold nllinc.
Kelvinz on rood work at reasonable chartres to train
.. -t .. --., -
is to ffa
me commence 01 tne public
(LATK OF OAKLAND)
Teacbw of the Piano-Forte. AdHr-n, LYCAN & m
KiesiDKNlE No. 10 Emrqa street. IS'IV
A G. ELLIS,
No. 71 Queen Street .Honolulu
Member of the Honolulu Stock and JIondExcIiange.
I prepared to buy and sell Stocks nnd Bund 111 the
open market, at the usual rati of commission.
Has money to loan on Stocks. Small nurging re
quired on Time Contracts.
Will advise as to Investments when requested.
O. HALL ft SON..
IMPORTER AND DEALERS IN
Hard ware ami General Merchandise,
Corner of King and Fort Streets Honolulu
William W. 1 lall . , President and Manager
L. C Abies .,. .,...,,, Secretary and Treasurer
P. C Jone, Jr ., Auditor
Directors h. O. Hall, George h. Howe. 152
O " CARTER,
Aqent to take iirknoteledymeuts to Coif
tract to tAtbor,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands 15
Commllontr of litetl
For the Slat, of California, for th Hawaiian Islands,
and General Agent for the Pacific Mutual I.if In
surance Company of California. 147
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Aytut to lake Aeknowleilyment to Con
tract for Labor.
Interior Ornci Honolulu
JOHN H. PATY,
Kotary i'uMte an Commi.l. of Deed,
For Ihe States of California and New York. OBic.
ai in nan 01 lushop K fjo.
Honoiulu, Oaiiu, II, I,
-p T, LENEHAN ft Co.
Importer and Commllon Merchant.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
T YCAN CO.,
Importers and Dealers In nil Kinds of
No. 105 ako 10; Fort Street ...Honolulu
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machtitcs, Mirrors and
Mirror rUt.s, hctur. Frames and Cornices made to
order. IJ7 r
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
Ilenem! Mercantlle-und Commission Agents
Queen Street, Hooolvlu.
Orticers P, C Jones, Jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Caner, treasurer and secretary Directors ;
lloov Charles R. Ilishopand II. A. P, Caner; Henry
way, auduor. is.
TIT ILLIAM , McCANDLESS
Dealer In Choicest Beef, Teal, Mutton, Kte.
No. t Queen Street, Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Slock furnished to Vessels at short nottc.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
TaurHONE. ,... No. aia.
JJt S. GRINssAUM m Cc.
Importers and Wholesale Dealer m 0t-
Maeee's Duxk, Queen Strret, Horolilv
JJT S. GRINBAUM Co,
ymrfrdl0 mud Cemmltslon Merchants,
s CaurosNia Sr., Saa Francivo.
Special fadluies for and particular attention paid to
ceuftirnjstcnls of Lland Droducc. t
Pioneer Bleam Caudg Manufactory! anil
Honolulu..,,,... ... ., .,". I-
IVar.V.1 ratJclaar. VsOTC Cook and HaVer.
NumUr ;i Hotel txnst, aona fort and Nauaau
TJ0LLIST8R ft Csv.
sr.i.i met UatmU BnhfuUt and T
Wntehmnhtr, Jctrrter, V.nyrnrer, tin it
No. lit Fort StKutT Itoiout-U
All orJn faithfully xuini 3
Ilont a mt &Unmmkr,
Ilootiand Short nude to Onltr. ,
No. ii4 Four St., orrwiTit,pANTHrmi f fablm.
.'riffa itmf ttiaaaian
Freight, fafVaze, nnd ItafttaKC detiverett to and from
nil parti nf Honolulu and tMmtjr. Oirfiil at
tention utiil to moving 1'urniturt, with
WAGONS r.XPRUSSI.Y JOll Tltfi ItiKPOSi:.
Telephone 80 J Itesidence .35 I'unchlmwl street.
Office, 8.5 Klnj Street If tr
PHILLIPS & Co.
ImjHtrtrr itttit IVttntr fiV ttentrr In (loth'
IMfp ttnotH, .VlltM Hut, .M ! 'ill
nnhttu HotulM, l4tnftf llii-mln, lite,
NO. tl KaAHI'MAU STHKRT IIoNOLltU
O J. LEVEY A CO.,
rinfMriiV unit Itrtntl Orncrr,
Fort Strbkt Honolulu
Fresh rocerie ami provision of all kind on hand and
received rrcutarlr from Kurope and America which
Hill s sold nt the lowest market rates.
Hood delivered to any part cf the city free of charge.
Jmnd order nolitftcd and prompt attention will br
given to the wime. tu.tv
XX70NO LEONG & CO.,
Afrnt for Mont,ut fittynr, lutnma liter
And Kailua Rice Plantation nnd Mill.
NUVANU STRFKT CORNBR MARINE
yllEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Late IanIov, Griirk & Co.)
Itnportern nmt Contmtsnton Merchants,
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
Hriilsh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
Importer? and Dealers in
Hoofs, SiorM, l-'urntihiitt; Ooott, It tit h,
Gi pip Trunk, VnHnex,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wf.ltham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu
jO B. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dealer in
Vurntturo of Kerry Vencrtpttnn, Atno'
Uptiotntrrer ami Jlnnujartttrer.
I urniture Warerooms No. 100 Fort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. 13
JOHN T, WATERHOUSE,
Importer nmt Jratrr in ftrttrml Slier
rhnmitsr. Qi'efnStrebt Honolulu
HACKFELD & Co.
General Commtston Agents.
Qcesn Stkket Honolulu
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
, Jaipni-trrs nnti Vainattton JferrhaniilfJ
Hovqlclu Oahu, 11. 1
T-JILLINGHAM & Co.
Importer anl Dealer In Ifanlienre, Cut
I'uints and Oil., and General Merchandise.
No. 3J Fort Stkekt Ho-SOLULU
A W. PE1RCE & Co.
Slilp Chamlter anil Commtton Jter
chant. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for Hntml's Guns and Uoinb Lances and Per
ry L)ais' Pain Killer.
TT17M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Suynr I'netor ttnri Commllon A yents.
CLAVS SPRKCKELa. SV. O. IRMIN.
Honolulu II, I
Auctioneer anil Commission Jlerrtattt,
Queen Street '. Honolulu
P A. SCHAEFER a to.
Importer unit Commission Morrlianls,
Merchant Steeet Honolulu
ILDER & Co.
Lumber, 1'ahtts, (His, Xftth, and llulhUna
Material of reery kind
Cor. Fort and Quxkn. Sts ,. Honolulu
T WILLIAMS St Co.
ioi and 104 Fokt Street, Honolulu
Pictures of all bum and klmU mitle to order, and
frames of all rieuTipllons constantly on hand. Alio
CotaU Shelli and Curioiiie of the Vacific. t
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealer in Lumber nnd all kind nf Hand
ing Material, faints, oil, Satis, etc.,
Honolulu, H, I.,
AGENTS Or .CHOOSERS
HaleakaU, Ktilamanu, Kelcauluobl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Lealil.
At KObinfon's Wlurf, i
Importer of General Merchandise from
France, Kngland, llermanu and
tli Vailed Slate.
No. jBCJveeh Street..., Honolul
ii6ANnaiSCAUroNiA Strkrt....San FaANOKo.
Panlculir attention paid to fillinj and shipping t
land order. 1
TJD C. ROWfc,
House and Stan Valnter,
Pates Hanc.is, etc.,
No. 107 King Steeet ..
, Ml im
T YONS LEVEY.
.lurlfiiieeiM and Commission Merchant;
IUaver Blocs:, Queen Street, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture. Slxl, Keal Fstal. and (icn.ral
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and Uurupeait merchandirf. J I, Lsoms,
iss-vr lUJ, I.EVRy.
1W1RS. A. M. MBLL1S,
fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker,
No. 104 FORTSraBET. , HostOLUL
W. McCHHSNEY ft SON,
He.lArr, tildes, Tnlteur
Af ems for the Royal Soap Company.
No. i Qkeem Stsut .. .Honolulu
llf ILLIAM TURNER,
Is Kims Steeet Hnnoinu
lubtr .J Am.itean f.welrv of .verr Sescrlrs
..'rT- -, " e. ...r. i.'r-.i-r. ,s
iwn. ronn.iijo w ,i.iai.is v..".m. s
A l SMITH,
Importer ml Dealer In lllastarare,
Morulen HUret-Plated Ware,
No. 44 Fo.T Stsset ,,..,.,,.. ,...iHOLsM.U
stWs CosaUnalUl imetacsea aad Ey.aUuM,
Lustnsl Wsr. Ware, Kaiscy Saaas, IHrtw. Frawes, Fs.
lols, WoslessbJas's Poches CoJkt. Fowler, St","""
I Aasatuailsao, LUIV s Sjsool sssw, .. m w
I kksds of Macbtae Ne,"Isslc Fasr FaslsW
Ssd. ssral of lb
I RuaoiA isoasastk
Ssd. s of U ifsajy
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(SuccEois to I.iwrr ft Dickson,)
Importer ait Dealer In Lumber and all
Ktnit nf llullittnil Material.
Fort Street , Honolulu
- C. COLEMAN,
lllaehtinith, MarhlnlH, Varrlaye
llinlatlo-t Machinery, etc.
nesl to Castle & Cooke a.
Shop on King Street!
Thtft Copper unit Shert Iron 1Vmhrrt
tStt.re unit lltinjtr
of all kind, riuintierVMoek and metalt, house furnuh
inc goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc
No. 8 KaAHUMANU STRfKT HONOLULU
T M. OAT & Co.
,tittninkert I'toy of nit ltrterlpttanH
ttiiulf nmt repntrrit,
lIONOf.UU H. I
Ioft W A. F. Cooke's new fireproof building, foot ot
T EMMELUTH & Co.,
Tintmltha nmt J'tunihrrt Denter tn
Stnreit, ttanyr, Tin,
No. 5 KttiANU SntFKT Honolulu
T W GIRVIN,
Vinmtitnn Merehnnt ami Oenernt Venter
In Vry Uooitn,
Waillku, Maui 1 1L 1
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicine.
Perfumery and Glassware. t
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Strain Knytne, Mailers, Hunar Milts,
CootorM, Iron, Jlrttsi ami Lvtut Ciihthiys,
Maclilnrry of every description made to order.
Particular attention paid to Shin's HIacksmuhinif.
Job work executed on the shortest notice. 10
THOS. G. THRUM,
Impoftino and Manufacture nci
Stationer, Atr .tfrnt, Printer, Hook
And publisher of the Saturday pRF,and Hawaii
an Almanac and AnnuI Merchant street. Deal
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Toys and Fancy
Goods Fort street, ner Hotel, Honolulu.
S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer nmt Dealer In General Mcr
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
DOLLES & Co.
Ship Chandler nnd Commission Merchants
QurEN Strhht. Honolulu, II. I.,
Importers and Dealer! in General Mcrcliandise. i
T- F. BURGESS,
Carpenter and JIullder,
All limls of jobbing promptly attended to.
1 elf phone No. 130, Williamson's KxprM Office.
Shot, No. 84 King Strbkt Honolulu
T AINE & Co.
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
- Grocery nnd rd Store,
Cor. Kino and Fort Sts Honolulu
pHB GERMANIA MARKET.
HONOLULU; II. I,
Veal, Mutton, Iamb, 1'oultry
Constantly on hand, and of thoiict quality. PotV.
ausaces. l.olocnai, etc., aKays on hand. Our mc.it t
are alt cut and put up in Eastern stjle. All otdrM
faithfully attended to, and delivered In any part of the
city, hhop on Hotel Street, between Union nnd Fort
140-Cimj u. KAurr, Proprietor.
Watchmaker anil .Teireler,
AVntch repairing mad. n Speciality.
All orders from the oth'er IslinUs promptly ftllended to.
Ko.55, Hotel Street IIonoluli;, U.I.
.letecler anil Diamond Setter,
No6o,..., Nuimnu Street, Uonoluli;! II. I.
(Opposite Hollisler Jc Co.),
Particular attention paid to reairine.
TT OPP & CO.,
74 Kino Street
UphoUlerer, Drapers nnd Dealer In all
kind of furniture
Telephone No. 143.
(rOEHEELY WITH OLLKs & CD.)
Wholesale and ltelall (Iraeer,
in, King Street Unuer Harsionv Hail.
Family. Plantation, and Shiu stores sunnlietl at short
notice. New goods by esery steamer, Orders from
the other IsUndfaithfully executed.
Telephone No. 119.
O M. CARTBR S. F. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER sS: CO-,
- rlKEWOOOT COAU'ANn FEUD.
I1AV and OATS.
Fiee Delivery Wall paruof lh City.
i?entrilo.r 'A K1X0 HTHKICT,
And Telephone No, i(;'
11. J, yOLTF, l-ROTRIETOR.
ll.js In announce to hit fri.iiris and ihe public la n
eral that th. above Saloon provides
From a. m., till to r. u
,. C08STAMTLV 01 nap.
Oiwcrieuiu.ksi&slaJiei celebrated .
lscooaects4wlth th. eiuUtshiMol, Uie losers w
, 1 th. cus can ankiiMtc.
40 THS CASINO.
r at Kamolahi faaa-
Is nitsr osvta cUily, stker. Refreshauut luy U had al
all une. ou sort aotiu.
H. J. NOLTK. Freprt".
IIANK MM ANi: OFFICE STA1 I0NKRY
I A Iam. TBswn
ntatwt tst Htm. O. 1HKUMS
. ' t) '
lufiiiicoG OTiirluV.' rnr,,
ISHOP A CO,, Bankers
Hftatui'Lti, Hawaiian UlaisX,
Draw Enhance on .
THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Andtheir agents In
NF.W YORK, 7
Messrs. N M. UOinSCIflf.n&&0N$
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.?
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL RANKING CO.,
,CF SYDNEY, SYDNEY.
TIe HANKS OP NEW ZEALAND I
THE HANKS OF BRITISH COI.UMHIA,
VICIORIA, H.C, AND PORTLAND, OR.
Transact a Central Hanking Umintsu
ASTLE A COOKE,
Shlpplny nmt Commtnton Merchant,
No. 80 KinoStrfet .. ..Honolulu
IMPORTER? AND DEALER IN
A cents for
The Hitchcock & Corripanj- Plantation.
The Alexander ft I laid win Plantation.
R. llalstead, or Wnialua Plantation.
A. II. Smith K Company, K0I0.1, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
ITie Haiku Sugar Company,
Ihe Ko.iaU Surar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franicco.
'Hie New lint land Life Insurance Company of Hostou
The Make, Manufacturing Company of lloston.
D.LM. Weston' Patent CentnfiiQil Machine.
The New York and Honolulu Prcket Line.
'Ihe Merchant' Line. Honolulu fend San Franrlsco)
Dr. J)ne& SouV Celebrated Medicine.
Wilcox A Gihh'it Stircer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machine. i7Styr
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
Are prepared to furnish Plan and Kstl
mutes for Steel
Wiih or without Cars and Lootrniot nes, SpecUIIy
ADAFIKD FOR SUGAR PINTATIONS.
Permanent Railway, and locomotives and cars, Trac
tion Kngineit and Koad E.oconiotiYc Steam
Ploushini; and Cultivating Machinery, Port
able 1 ugines for all purposes, Winding
I, nemos for Inclines,
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo-
sraims oi ine anove riants ana iviacninery miy be wen
at the otri(,e of the uudersignctl. W. L, GKKKN nnd
o. w; JlAUaVAKUAISU v uu., Atcnts for Jno. Fow.
ler at Co.
OT I C E
MESSRS. II. MORE & CO.
Kino Striet. Honolulu
Would heg to notify the Public that they
have iiW receised a shipment of the famous
" liousr.noui" sieving maciiinh.
AV5T Anypenon ulshinctopunliaseasewingmachinc
would do v.ell toexamine them.
n number of superior
Double-barrel Breach-loading- Shot Guns,
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Rifles
Smith & Wisson Revolvers.
A full assortment of CAUTRItXJF.S, Irass and
pacr shell ; nnd Sportsmen's General Supplies.
1ST Call and examine our Stoclc I
Hating in our employ a first-tlais lock and Gun
Smith, wc are prepared to do all Ltnds of repaii ing in a
first -class manner and on short notice.
Sewlug Machine repaired and uifjiuled
And all kinds of Iron Work made and repaired.
r W, HINGLEY & CO.
Maufneturer of Jtarnua Clffur.
lUrORTCRS AKO DEAtLKItS IN
nd Smokers' A"cles
The most complete stock In the kingdom.
King street, (near AUkea) Jloiiolulu.
T EMMELUTH & Co.j
-1 Ko. 1 NUUAN'irsTTnONOLULU, 41. 1.
ITOVSS nnd RANGES,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Lead
Pipe, (.!. ar.Ued Iron Pipe and Fittings, Brass floods
all shea. Artesian Well and Irrigating Pipe. Th us-
ual Tin aid Iron ware. Baths, CloU, Sinks. Wash
Wan J, Marble and Knamcled Iron, In stock and for
SJe at reasonable rates,
TeUnssoaa No 8U. "4"lr
D. M.CROWI.P.Y (forwerlrat Brons1) 'having en.
tered Imo tuitnership itith M R. HUGH HAS H t, ih
new mm vrm s-a kiio.ii ..
,,,, Kirt Steset,
opiusil, WUunsn at Wriihi's.
Evetr"l"pi0,0'Fllr'Uttr u lo,
required on 'J im. 1'aymtm.
In SUV, Hoisehalr, J1 uhei cov.rwis,
rtjsi to sirxsit.
mT Set lU " BOtrrON ad " CIIALLBNOE
7, A-i.VS MTMKtir.
T(roHKE Ncussa, u
t ' , .'?&& . 1
HACKPEUD t Co., i
OFKER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
L,s tlarVi Kal and Maratlan
Cont.Tnj In jart of fli follows :
A larc Amortnicnl ol Dry QoodH,
Denltni, Drown nnd Wfdte Cottoni, Drills, Tick
ings. Turkey Red, Merinos black And
colored 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cob on res, IlAllan Cloth and
BUiIc, Gros-craln, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Bareae, Crepe, Ac,
Men's tfttviitshhift lUtotls,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino nnd Cotton Undershirts. White
Bosom Shirts. Socks & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Pine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Pelt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Iloy'a Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coat & Leffgiuffs, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpot
Slippers, Silk and I. C. UmbreUai
andPatrasoli, Fancy and Travelling
Shawb, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Pelt Ruga and Brus.
sels Carpetluff Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sixes,
r stripe a wooien,
rlet, Oranffe, Whl
Buttons for Shirt:
scanet, uranrre, wmte wooien ana 4 points,
Genuine P-au de Coloene. Lubin's Hx
tractt, Tuilct Soap, rtulocome. Hair
Oil, Comix, Looking t!aie Pipes, I.
k. lijus, iiarmontcai, niinK nooks.
Colt I.earf Jewelry,
Tape, Elastic, S
Kxtension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Cluiirs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Saddle; Calftkhn, atrth, Stirrup Leather
Uemp St I. R. Tackine. Coal IUJ.s, .
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Hates, Cups, Teaix
Kile Iishes and ll
Dishes and Makers, D
cinnolms 3 and s
Gallons, Sample (Miles. Vases and
and'larred Hope, Coal Hags, C
nd Twilled Racking,
SUGAR and KIC13 HAGS
of all sues and qualities,
Sardines In half and quarter boats,
Salt in Jar, Castor Oil In tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. II. White Lead,
Stearino Candles, 4. 1. and 0, II. & P. Biscuit,
Hubbuck's Lluseed Paint Oil, Wldte Zinc Pain
Qermtin ami Havana Ciffavs,
Pht-d arc Spoons, Forks, CroeU, Tea
cts, Cupi, NiItlii KinifS, Stlcrt. etc..
Pocket nnd Butcher Knives, Scissors. Sheej, Shears.
Nee. ten, Spoon, Files, Spurs, Calvanued BaMns
lloou Iron, Keg Uivets, Hammers, Yellow
INIetal and Loinnofciuon Nads. Clarifiera
Augr Loieis, iron
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal. Fire Bricks,
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ate
Orders from the other ItlanJi carefully tended to.
jr. Jlnekfetd sf Cu.
EWERS fie COOKE
,Vr constantly receivins additions to their I.AKGH
siiJU'KI.I. bl.IlXTr.D hTOCKoT
NOR' WEST LUMBER,
RED WOOD LUMBER,
Doors-s x A to 1-6 10-0. TP
Windows -; . 9 to tl 40 In.
Of which s Veep a Hn. assortment.
Cut sail, a a to nod,
flalvanlied Nails, j d 10 Co d 1 Spiles, 5 to I in.,
" l.yo SHEETS
CarruBKs.d GalTanloil Iroa RaoSss
C, ;, I and , ferl lenztfcs.
Oalvanlcd Screws and Ridings.
SEWER I'IFB, Ts, KlUnrs, Traps, he j, 4,
and I Ins.
'I.. lVi.t. rhliiinies and Chimney Iiis. ckcatier
and far superior to llrkk CUmnies.
WAI.I. FAI'KKS of all kinds.
PAINTERS' AND OL.ZIERS- ROODS.
In so varieties now due front !lo(konf per Dark
" llelia "
For sale In ipiaiiliiU. to suit and al loaesl market
I.F.WERS A COOKE.
rllll WBSTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN.
vettutcut CssBpauy (United.)
Muner lMa fr Un( ur tWt pesUts on appravsd
aMwisy. Apoijrso , 1. tissncn,
Otfc. lUaser IMuck, Fort St. Msnagei
MR. PIIIU OFFF.kGKI.T ba lU. day Un
La HOFFttrHLAEXiLR A CO,
IHWstlo, May 1, 1H4.
fj, W. MACrARLANI, H. K. MACFARLtNK,
Q. W MACFARLANE A CO.
Importer. Commission Merchant
unit Sngar Factor.
Fire proof lluildlntf . . .Ojjeen street, Honolulu,
Kllauf.i Sugar Co, Kauai,
Ihe Waikapu .Sttgtir Plantation, Maul,
The Spent rr Si-gtr 11ntsiioti, Hawaii
Honohitu Suasr Co, Hawaii,
HiielougAr Mill, Maul,
Hueto. Sugar llantatlon. Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar C. llant,
Makaha Sugar Planlatkm, Oaiiu,
OoWla Sugar Co- Hilo, Hawaii,
Olowhlu Sugar Co. Maul,
Putt loa Sheen Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J, Fowler &LVaStam Plow and Pottable Tramway
Mlrrlesft, V atton k Cos Sugar Machinery, Glsigow,
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Pad en,
Liverpool ami Honolulu Une of Packet ,
liondon and Honolulu Line of .Steamers,
Sun Hre Imurance Co. of Ixndun.
DRBWEK & CO.
OlTtr fur Sal. th. cargo of ihe Lark
Jusl arris ej, the following Hit of Mtrcliandii t
I.lyht F.xprtts Wagons,
Kxltnslon Tnji Carriages,
Common Wood Clairs
Pine Barrel Shooks.
Ice Client, Kos, a, 3, and 5,
- Hoe Handles,
Lobsters, idb. 'ini,
Heani, ilb, Tim,
Way Cutters, Nov j. s and jr
Pfttrhanls Sentc, Xo. 7,H, 10,11, Jlf-f,
Centrifugal Linings, 14 inches,
Comnot.fl ion NaiU, tmh nJ ",) m.it
Manila Cordage, Assorted,
Galv, Fence Staples.
Farmer's Boilers, 30 and 95 Coils
Siial Kope, A totted
Ames Sho. tli,
Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Hair Mac trews,
Annealed Venee Wire
Galv. Screw and Wa.he
E W GOODS
IUST BECEIV(I) (X
" Martlia Davis," " Mall.gale,'
sou cspectl e
' JJilarijoaa" and olher vessels,
lloslon Card Matches,
Horse Shoes and Nails
COWNERS and NOONnAY Oil,
Lulirlcallng Oils of all kinds,
L.UI nails, all sires.
Clinch Nails, all sires.
Cotton Wast. In Ud,
Cheap Rhu Oosks,
Brown Soap, In rases.
Wire Hanslng Haslets for Ferns, Ac.
Lane's Plantation Hom,
M Inch (loose-neck Socket Hoes,
Ice Cream Freciers,
Lawn alowtrs, best kind.
Case's Oenutna AmoskesK Denims
on hand. ,
Soon opectsd. not by the "Spartan,' a most coin
pletc asM,ftmcnt of
Hall' Hleei.Vlawm and Breaker;
Wllhealra Handles, Beams and Points,
All these will be found at the corner brick store ot
lis K, O. HALL A DON, Uuiilsd.
ILL I NO HAM CO..
Have received a full tin. of In. favorit.
smHiii 3tt4m ruwtt,
lllo Plow (Mst aTssiTsTrw Wltm,
Thes. plows sr. all mad. from our ow.ssssswns
by the orlilnal John Dssri MoUsw 1o Works,
the lifjiieer Western plow manufactery and she largest
steel plow woiks In th. world. For th. p).ws ot (14
nunufactur. w. are a, ents.
CULTIVATORS, HARROWS, and HORSE HOS
OLD PATTERN MOI.INE FLOWS
PLANTATION TOOLS ur ALL KINDS
Differentia) Pulley Blocks
Fodder-Cutters, flardeo. and Canal sWls.
P,U, talat Oil tM Varislafcai
1ibe raoor umssososss, fiat tSTIMmMM...
llovsa Fv..HsMsu) G00K
Laaspa, OianJetisTe, assd I .auras
JsT Nsw Good, ceaaiamly mMm$
W. alas to keep .vssykiog ncflr.4 tt sstc ssset,
and to saH ss I.WMI sviisfHL