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. ir riiitir.'),
.Said the UrubtMejevI In Atlm
Ai Ihey lay upon (he Utile,
' I should like to haveou tell mc,
If wtcliance yon may I aWe,
Why this flatter and tlita hiiWwlt,
ThU wild iir .imortK our ketpm,
'Hut hi illMtrnriRdl o Milly,
K'en (Mr heat and nmtmJett nfeepert?"
Salt! the AiIm from Iwtween lih eoros,
" Change l ttrely lirewins;,
I.IVt experience in far countries,
I llih day, have Iwtn re leirtg.
Where the pride of ieople, rowetl them
To litlr Ihilr filft and traces),
Arwl erect from out the proceenJr,
I (all loliln all Itttitrc nee.
Here in Honolulu well skilled Imnrli,
Have raised with hearty tabor
htimly walls, that smm will rlrnl
'I'helr mffil courteous Christian nelghlior.
And this rmlle and commotion
lly oiir friend so bright and willing,
Will mult, )oti may tie mire,
In gathering many a shining ahMing
To complete the spacious structure,
lint awalta our transportation
To its halls no nearly ready
I or our Iwst accommodation.
Think, oil Wclnter, how the grandeur
Of the new Library building
Will reflect on us, enhance our
Value, hide our rust with gitdlngl"
Quoth the Lexicon tpiltc grimly,
" It don't matter where I firry
To more sumptuous dwelling,
N'o more information cm I carry,
And the hrlghteat thing In palmy ilavs
Awaiting our removal,
Will be friends who long have given us
Aid, encouragement, approval.
- I. IHU.lSfillAV
In thr Sirit of tht Pair.
thlltrli Snrhthtv "Ho.
The foreign Church folk at llito know jus.1
how to get up n choice, entertainment for its
members and friends, The one held May 9th
at the houie of .Sheriff Set crancc was a delight
ful one at least e cry one said so, and what
rser every one sa)s must be go, it is said ami
generally conceded. It was n very moist
escning such as occurs in llilo, now anil then,
but the people came out in good numbers, but
a little lite, waiting for the moisture lociasc
' a little, the scranda was illuminated b)
hrge Ciiinesc lantern. Iiach sisltor who came
wis met it the door bycithil Mr. or Mrs. Scv
cmiicc and welcomed. 1 be entertainment was
opened with 1 socal duct, Mrs. Severance
and Mrs. Henry Deacon; .Miss Cora L
Hitchcock ami Miss Austin sang solos; Miss
Hillcbrand played a piano solo. All the sclec
tions were charmingly rendered. After the
music came choice rclrcshmeMs,.is usual,
fimill Chinese tables were used, young lidics
passing the good eatables and drinkables.
Then came a reading by Judge L. McCully, a
selection entitled "I.idy Wcntworth," by Long
fellow, finely read and applauded After which
cimc "'I he peak bisters, (two of whom were
Iki)s) Miss llinmi Clark, Miss Helen Scicr
ance, Miss Cora E. Hitchcock, Miss Alme
Hitchcock, Miss Millie Austin, Miss Annie
Austin, ;Miss Mary Hillebrand, Mrs. Illackman,
Master Kffic Austin, and Master Uobm Illack
11 an. The bisters were dressed exactly alike,
in bhek dresses, high peaked caps made of
white piper, long while aprons, peaked at the
bottoms, white neckerchiefs, peaked culls, and
peaked loos to their shoes. litcli carried a
large band-liox. They left these boxes peaked
up in a peak at the close of the entertainment
when they left the room. The guen names of
the Sisters were Aiaim'mtliy,( Itclendy, Clor
indy, Ooralhy, Llcnthy, felicity, Glorindy,
Hymitil), Irencj, Jerusel), Ketuniej, Mcliruly,
Nancissy, Ophcly, l'armely, Quiinl). There
were twins, very amusiug, a small boy and a
)oung lady who was not grown up. Miss
Stabcler was the manager of the Sisters and
showed up crj finelj their good points, which
kept the audiCncc in a roar of laughter. She
was requested to bring the Sisters to Honolulu,
in order to show the people of tint place how
to be happ) and to cheer them, as lido people
hate that facult). The solos sung by the
Sisters were "We're a Hand of Sisters," to tune
"Old Granite State," "Mary had a Little
Lamb," "Visionary Musings," "Two Leaps in
the Dirk," "Vankee Doodle," and "The Hoy
Stood on the Hurtling Deck, Ealing Peanuts by
the l'eck." I'rof. Sliohlcin was present and
plaj cd sonic choice selections on his fnnrite
instrument, the lither, pla)ing scr) finely to
the great pleasure of all, J, A. M.
Hilo, May id, 1SS1.
Hemcnji gisc his fircwcll concert inNcw
York, April 30th.
Sin Prancisco is opera crazy, and local
comjiaiiies ate now Ijcing formed,
Verdi Ins just completed a new grand opeia
" lago." It will soon beTirought out.
" Dick " a new opera just brought out in
I-omlon, Is said to lie equal In dialogue and
music to an) of Gilbert and Sullivan's,
Ihc targe org in in the old Boston Music
Hnll is being icmoxcd. It is the largest in
America and look sesen years to build.
" 1'mafore " see ms to has e lost none of its
charms for the general public One rods of
it being glen Here, there, and evcrwhcre.
Ernest Dore, elder brother of the late
Guslasc Dure, died recently, aged 53. He was
.1 musician and composer of considerable merit.
The American Art Journal, the leading
musical paper in the United Stales, has just
entered upon its twent) second ,car of weekl)
Sir Michael Costa, the distinguished English
composer and conductor, died of applcxy at
llrlgliton, Unglaud, Apiil 20th, after a weeks
Illness, aged 7.,
Music's meaning is to deep for human words.
We catch Its beautiful melodies, and are held
spellbound bj Its deep harmonics that chant of
awe and wonder ) and its tuneful influence
falls over us like a mjstic charm, and we are
calmed into a state of rcstfulncss by its inwil
blejiowcr. But its meaning we only feel in
1 he Music Teachers National Association of
the United States will meet at Cleveland,
Ohio, in Jul), One Important subject to be
brought up, is, the establishment of a board of
examiners who wit! be empowered to grant
diplomas of cfliciency to music teacheis who
pass an examination. This is a first Men
towards doing away with the present largo
number of bogus and Incompetent so-called
. i I.,
Tic Ulhrr ltl !.
A natlse named Kapoohiwi was drowned
In crossing the Wailuku stream, Maul, on (he
afternoon of l'ndiy the l6lh lntan. The water
wis high but not unusually so, ami the man's
eyesight was not scry good. His horse was
washed down about lulf a mile and his
body is earned to sea and thrown luck on
the beach at some distance fiom the mouth of
the stream. Ills head was crushed, from con
tact with the rocks.
The installation of the new governess of Ha
wal look place Miy 14th, at Halli Church,
Hilo. There was a largt attendance, 11 do
Hoarding School under charge of Itev. W, II.
Oleson, the Foreign School under charge of
Miw Cora K, Hitcluock aad the Union Sehool
nmlcr charge nf J D Illackman were present
I There was no procession as the weather seemed
threatening, first came the opening pra)er
by the I'astor of Halli Church, Kev. J. S. Ka
lani The Kainehnmeha H)mn was sung by
the Jimng men of Hilo Hoarding School, who
did themselves much credit as usual l'nnces
IWnalkelanl'i conmlsnion was read by
Sheriff Luther Severance, The governess,
tools iwlh of office administered by Judge I.
McCttll). An address was made by the gov
erneavs who rendered it in Hawaiian trsnslatcd
Into English by Judge f. S. Lymin. Ad
ifressn were made by Judge Kapai, Hilo,
Judge Mlnau, Hamakua, I). II. Walrne, .
Kalal, Koliala, and a written address was
presented from J. ,N". Kaiahu, read by Ka
hopo. A hymn wis sung by Hilo Hoarding
School, ami benediction was pronounced,
There w a I nan afterwards at the house of
Tapt Thomas Spencer, at which there were
apotil 80 present. "The new governess is
said to lie opped to hulas and in favor of
lcmicrance. She seems to have made a good
impression in those who met her. Hope she
will lw blcwlng to the islands," writes the
Itir Hrnttlrnrf of , U, I'nttrl t
Nothing speaks more pl-ilnly for the prosper
ity ol this city than the massive business blocks
md the clesjant residences that have recently
been completed or are now In process of
erection 1 hese arc monuments of success
which attract the attention of visitors and
infuse them with a desire to remain where the
possibilities ol success arc so great It is sin
cerely to be hoped tint these evidences of pro
sperity arc not delusive.
'I here are residences In Honolulu which
would be .1 credit to an) city j of these none is
more tonspleiious thin theclegint mansion ol
Mr. T. U. foster on Nutiinu Avenue, which
wis designed and built by Mr. (5. W Lincoln
under the forcnianship of Mr. W. C Clench.
The house is built ujxin 1 brick foundation,
and Is tall and spacious, having three stories
of 14, 12 and 10 feet height respectively ; and
Ins a tower reaching to a height of 60 feet.
The general design does not belong to any
particular order of architecture, but is classic
and of crcat beauty, the main buildim? is to
by 14 feet, with a wing 32 by 40 feet and with
a 0 foot veranda on three sides.
The first-floor of the mam buildinc consist
ofa pirlocsuit, library, principal lull nnd an
octagonal dining-room, with sliding doors be
tween the parlor nnd hbrar). The wing con
tains the kitchen, pantry vwtlr unrblL-toppcd
Hour c'le.ts for nistry. also a store room and
servant's bed-room. The second story con
tains a chamber suite, blue-room, terra court
room, halbroom, scwinc-rootn, tower-room nnd
the wardrobe-room which Is findieil with
white cedar, also a bith room. All rooms are
entered li) a hall and side hall, the second
story has large mullion windows- and single
windows of large sue fitted with phte glass.
The first storvis liulitcd through larcc liox-
heart phte Ltl iss windows. Alt windows have
The main budding is entered from the drive
wi) to a covered carriage way, and through a
lanai and porch to the front vestibule wnich
opens through heav) paneled, stained gliss
doors, into a spacious nall-vva), 9 feel wide.
The main stair way is 4 feet wide ; the princi
pal newcll is 16 inches square at the base and
made ol nottcd black walnut, with sunk pin
els and is fluted and reeded and has a carved
cornice running up to an octacon top, which is
surmounted by a lnndsomc large statue, from
the ncwcll on the first floor up three flights of
stairs to the attic, there is a continuous heavy
bhek walnut rail with turned balusters. The
string and cylinders of the stairs are panels and
from the attic hall there is an entrance up
two flights of stairs to the tower observatory,
from which nny be viewed the city with all
its magnificent surroundings. All the veranda
roofs are finished with standing grnqve tin
roofing. The main roofs arc finished with
cast iron crcstings anil finlals. The cornice is
of hcav) carved brackets with ornamental
scrolls between the same. All corners and
angles of the building arc finished with raised
panel corner boards. Above the l,op of the
second stor) windows is a course of scroll and
panel work, the exterior is painted in parti
colors ; the interior is finished in white gloss
and papered in mot elegant style.
The g.is is supplied by a springlicld gen
erator and the water is supplied by an artesian
well 600 feet deep.
As to the location, it is impossible to appre
ciate this from the street, as the building is
back from the street and surrounded by a. per
fect botanical garden of trees fruits and flowers.
There are two fronts to the building, one on
Xiiuanu nnd ati..I.er on School Street and it is
the purpose of Mr. foster to lay out cletrant
walks to each front entrance and make it one of
the most charming places in Honolulu.
5 P $ i
Stationer mid Xew Deulcvs,
HAWAIIAN GAZtrrU 11L0CK, ; MKRCIIAN
Have iust rccehetl, ex Mariposa, a tine assortment
Atnon wheh may t founj
llroad and narrou , bv ll' ream ; tloeLed, or b quire.
MKMOHANDU.M 11L0CKS, ic, ic, Jkc
J lair Hound,
llvund to please.
Uanlcrt late, Hankers' Mnall,
In fact w have Inkktand. for all.
rosr Or HCfc LUITLK SCALES.
Carter's Combined Co)) inc and V riling,
In quarts, (uiiu, and lull pints
CAKTLlfb WliniNU ILUID,
Imiuarti, iiuitt, lulf pints, and cones.
VIOl.ln' INK, quarts, pints, half pints, and tones
AKNOLDS WKU1NG JLUID,
In quarts, pints, half pints, and conet
STAFFORD'S, in quarts and pints.
1 )"ptUn l'erfumcd Ink.
In quarts, pints, half pints, and cones.
Perfect MuriU;. llotlle.
MANN'S COI'V IlOOKSi
to x la, full bound and half bound,
10 a 14, full bound and half bound
Mann's Cop)ini I'ap r.
I'LN'S and HOl.IH R'S in grat varieties,
Automatic rcnsiUCopslnj Pencils,
aber's Pencib, Diaott s PcuciU, &c.
DIUWIN'U l'Al'l'K, pUia and mourned,
Manilla IKuil Paper.
ltayin Lards, round corner and I lain.
MbMOR.NUUM HOOKS, Urge variety.
'lltnt Hooks, aaiortetl,
Shipping fags, lourlstTags.
INVIIAHON PAI'P.K. and Lntelopu to amch.
Hall Pn(ranini Cards, nctl and tOMtU,
H.riKK PIU.SSF.S, largt and small
Rubber Hands, all slirs.
ItASU U.M LS and lUrS,
Guldss and Scut, lluoks.
UIRIIIDAV CARDS, 1'OCKl.r KNIVLS. and
many other articles loo numerous to mcntioo.
Xfi. SUHSCKIP1I0NS nveltcd for any fueeign
viper or MaariM puUtthcd at any liuM. Alw for all
the AKal l'l-rs and Magaruw, Seasides, llruok.
hdes, r'aouty Library, etc, alaysoq hand, and sue.
(Ul numbers sent (or to tedcr.
T9. SPLLI I. OKI) i: Kb rcc.neJ fur HOOKS, etc
RED KUOHER SrAMl' AGENCV,
and Agents for the Locsclopsdla Uriiannica.
tA. All IkLwd orders &lled promptly, XI
J. U. OAT, Jr. and CO.
Ife-if Gartils DkxV, is Msrchaat Sunt
HAMnURG. MAGDEBURG PIRE INSUR
atnee Company of Harabarf.
HiiiMing, M'trltandU, Furniture nd Machinery
Irmimt afiimt I1 ire on lit mot farorabts lrrm, i
FORTUNAGRrmRAI, INSURANCE COM.
pany of ttettln.
F A SCUAKFKR V O, AGHXTS
Th bte Ir.titrance Company, hai -tit fl iota d a
(Jefwral Agency here, atvt the under tigned, General
Agent, are ant homed to lake rUki again.! the danger
of the Va at the mot reasonable rate ami on the
meHt favorable termt.
DREMEN DOARO OF UNDERWRITERS,
F A SCifAKFF.n&C A cent
Alto avert! t for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Hoard of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian ItfamH.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
A SCltACFt.R & o, AG.xrs
The aU)ve I nu ranee Company ha est al lihed a Gen
eral Agency here, and theahovefciicned. General A sent,
are author ir H to tale Niki alnt the danger of the
Sea at the mfwt reasonable tatea, and on the most fa
HAMDURGBREMEN PIRE INSURANCE
F. A SUIARI PR & Ca,AG:.VTS.
The above firm having been anjtointed agent! of thi
00m pan are prepared to inure rUki against lite on
Sionti ami Itriclc budding and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the mot favorable term for (articular
apply at theirofT.ee i
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
ItACKFhLD & CV, Agtntt.
Capita1 and Kenene Keith mark 6,cm.vm,
" their Ke Insurance Com panic ' 101,650,000
I he Agents of the above Company, for the !taalun
Island, are prepared to Insure llmldingi, furniture,
Merchandise ami Produce, MAthiner), etc, also Sugar
and Kice Mills, and essJ tn the harbor against ton
tir damige by fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
WILDER vV CV, AGRXTS,
Litryrtitt Srtent tuitt moit i'roomlrl i.lfr
uMitrtuirr CtnnpttHff tn thr II ortil,
CASH ASSETS OVER 590,000,000.
For further Information CMcerninR he Company,
and for rate of Insu-au,? apply to the Agent, oe tu
J E Meman, Suliculnc Asent. i
NORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
. ItACKH'.LD t Co, AGC.VrS.
Capital nnd Reserve Rciclismarlc 6,830,000
" their H Insurance; Companies, " 35,000,000
The Agent, of the abuve Company, for it e Hawaiian
Ulamh, are frepared 10 injure lluildings, rurntture.
1 V.bll .II..1.C M..U 1 IUMULC, ... IK.M.l., .V., Ul... ........
M1IU lUC .1111, ..I1U TtWtll III II C II.IIWI. .l.llk IVH
or damage bv nre. on the mot favorable terms. 1
rjOSTON DOAUD OF UNDERWRITERS.
c. nnr.wr.R Co ,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
(HILADELPHIA HOARD OF UNDER
C BKr.ll'EK & Co
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Company. (Limited)
THLQ. it VAl'LS, AGEXF.
The above aeent has received instructions to re
rfuce the rate of Insurance Itetween Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and u now prepared to iVue ih
ciei at the Iowf rates, with a special Yeduction on
Ircitht per steamers
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
J. Globe Insurance Company.
BISHOr &Co. AGENTS.
Unlimited lAaUUUy tn Stockholder.
Assets . $31,136,100
Reserve.. . 6,75,oo
INCOME FOR 1879.
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance .....$ 5.381,10$
Losses prompt!) adjusted and paid here.
TTNION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
j 01 oan rrangncu.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXFS.
On I irfctch securities, for lone or short periods.
Apulvto V. L. GRI CN. MnaeerJrtw.
OlTiCe Oueen Street, over G V. Slacfarlane &. Co -481!
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE fi. COOKS, AGEXTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in tne unite a b rates.
Pnltcle IttHtted on i he m oat Vneurn bit. Term
BX AMPLE OK SON rOHFElTURE PLAN .
Insured age 35 ears ordinary life plan :
t Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue roucy 4 years, is
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, j '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy S years. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,6 '
Losses paid throuch Hnoluolu Agencv. $49000
TT W. SEVERANCE,
v California St , Cal, (Room No. 4 )
UAirAII.tX COXSUJ. .t COStMISSlOS
PRANK H. AUSTIN & Co
Orrica No k CALiroRNiA Street, S. F.,
lOVJllHSluy AOKTK Jt hOUWAKlt
Consignment s from the Hawaiian Klantt. detirl
lh bet prices warranted and sales guaranteed 4
CHARLES DREWER & to.
17 KILSV STREET, ilOSTOM,
AliKZTS or f.lir.ir.I.V VACKKrS,
G.rt.rnf Coimfti.aiun Atienti.
SfMwtal Itl.nlinn nt... ,a .!. .. .. ..!.. t ..r I- ?
th. 1 laM-alian trade. rcirnt at 1 est rates.
h v u;a T I S M .
Kuuaau iumi, aa sisar U Fyn aaj Maiclua saraM
CASTLE & COOKE,
HoKOiUfir II, I,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
Comiiting of the unrivalled Paris Steel
The Moline Mteel Dreakeri, and Furrowing Plow, Mo
line Steel Plows all tires Planet, Jr , Cult!.
vatori, Dirt Scrapers,
John Doero'a Oaus Plows,
Planter.' Hoe. of the Lett male
DISSTO.NS' CEI.LBk.VrtD CANE KNIVES
made to order.
rr, iiur. iiotti. iiu suttw,
lloet, Canal Barrows, Ox
...' CL..J. .-j e. 1..
Bowl, Voltes, Chaini, Fence
Ss&ur 'Mill Requirement.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, C)hnder, Iird
ana Neroscne un, reneci
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
bany Greae. l)iston's and
5 and I. I tie, all sue and
kind. Steam F.ackinj, I lat
and Round India Rubber, -
Asbestos and Sonp Stone,
r lax PacLinix, India Rub
ber I low, ji to s inch, Ii pet
and Couplings, Nuts and
Withers, finished. Machine
Itcl'S, all iugs, Cold pressed
UlaiiUimth's, Lninccr's and
Carpenter's Hammers Pipe
Cutters, inches, 8 inch to
J4 inch, Antils, Yicen, Tube
Scrapers, Grmdtone, Kest
American ltarlronand lool
bteel, Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and Mjlei. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Pamti in
Oil, In large variety, Ury
Paints, Umber, cnetian,
Red, Ochres. Metahc..l'cc.,
Whitinj, German Window
asstd sues. Manila Rope
No. s and a Flour, No. i arri Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
J'lnest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Sp'cs, Condensed MUk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES -The fut
ure Ketuavne Oil, It cut tin' Vm
tiifityat Unlntf, 14 inch. JtuOher
Sftrttif itnd Cunett Jtruhe just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
ing. tc, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete.
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barle, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanised Roofing
Wilcox and Gibb's Automatic; Suiter Manufacturing
(2omp&n, Assorted! Remington Lorn pa nj, 1-anuly;
Wilson Machines, the beht iortmert to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
by every arrival from Borland, New
Vork and Saa Franclaco.
1 New Traction Engine, 8hor power.
Orders from the other IJaodi filled at Best Rates and
M. WENNER & Co.,
os Fort Stksit Hunolvlu, II. I.,
Have re-opncd at the old stand with a ocw
e-opncd at the old stand with
and carefully selected stock of
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c
Ladies would do well to call and examine our stuck ot
Bracelets. HrooU.es, Lockets. Larruijft, etc.,
which were especially selected with a
view to sun the market,
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Mads to order
Th. rrfvairlns branch of our butlucss w. regard as an
wpwnaut one, ana au joos tnlruucj to ut . 01
L ca.-utcU tn a manner MtonJ o nunc
Of t very description done to order. Particular atten
lion is paw to orders ami jab. work from the other
Islands, lu! Ihanlln f the puljic for paM
favors, we r.turn to liupa tlul our ton.- .
penenc. U th.- liUnJj will enaU. ut
to obtain a fair slur, of prtronage
" Quick &.1U1 ui,l Hmutl JVol,"
Is our motto, and S, leep In stock .scry art kU in
our tin. of bustnea, si'Wi
'T'HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
.Va. J, .V.w SI., Hotlul H, I.,
3ol.aentsfurtlKItUads. A fall bus of tU
aaj Has ores for th. samt alwayt w sloe
ioGtfhM WORK PR0MK1LV DON
C! J LEVEY & CO.,
Wltolesntn ami Retail Grocers,
odd raLUras' hall si'itnm.
F0RT51UEGT HONOLULU. II. I.
Have constantly on hand, Fresh, and Onlce
Strsple n n tl Pnnoy Grooorloa.
Oiir Goods are always of the Best Quality.
LVF.RV ARTICLE U'ARRANriU).
TOWN AND ISLAND TltAbS SOI IClttB.
Arrangements have mw been csmpl'ted with th
Ocemlfc Steamship Line by whkh we wlfl rRrlvc
n.srrnRN ovti-ers and
Oholco Prosit Callfornln Roll Dnttor.
The Articles will he carrlnl In the steamer's
Ice Chest, ard we have bsritl a
Cominodlous lee Heuse, t0
To supply Our Customers with the abore articles
(UST AS FRESH.
As tr they vrasE in California.
WE ASB NOW READY
Tu Roc. Ire Orders In Advaoc. (or
OVSTERS, CELERV AND FRESH SALMON,
TO ARRIVE EX S. s. SIARIroSA.
Goods Delivered Fres to all parts of the City.
GIVE US A CALL.
Tslbmiome No 21. 133 iyr
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
STEAM PJjAXIXG MILLS,
Maoaiiioturt all luaii of
and all kinds of wood-work finish.
Turn Ins. scroll, nnd baud tuwlnc
All kinds of Planing and Sawinj, Mortisia; , and Ten
PROMITLY ATTENDED TO XD
Orders from the other Itlwds solicited.
mil " jIAI.ZSGATV."
We hae received a further consignment of
Aleaset Jltrreea.1 it'itt.ion? Co.' Jtttcfilticrjj
And hav nuw on hand, ready for deli cj- iW
One TriplcLiTcct, 07 handsome iron staging, containing
3,43 square feet fcf healing surf-cc, w uh Pumping
Engine and dtscharpns Montjuw, complete.
One Double Effect, having 3,393 square feet of heating
surface, with Engine and Mom jus.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugal, with
Enjine and Mixer
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Havin increased facilities for the manufacture.of
these machine, (the Weston Patent, for which, in
Great Britain hks expired), we are thus enabled to offer
them at materially reduced prices.
We have a full astortnrnt of Centnfuzal spare
linings, braskcs, rubber bands and bushes, etc
Two Diagonal Fngines. each 6 In. by is in.
Clanncrs, Flat Coolers, 8 by 6 by a and 6 b $ by 1.7,
One Spare Top Roller for ai by 54 in. Mill.
One Sparc Side Holler for do. do.
One Spare Intermediate Spur Wctel for searing of do.
,63tf O. W. MACFARLANE 4 Co.
pNTBRPRlSE PLANINO MILL.
ta7 FoarSuaaT, Uonolvlv, H. I, '
C. J HardM,
CONTRACTOR ssutl BUILDER
Planing, Shaping-, TurnlnB1,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, nude to order.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Aiwa), on hand.
All orders nllcd on short notice, and JoLlin; la-ouiptlr
attended to. Moulding nude w any paltern wltiuail
.lira charg. for knl.ss. Price of Machlso work,
$1 00 to $1 so per hour. 10"
-pllE GENUINE ARTICLE.
COLUMUIA KIVLK SALMON
cUlmoa BeUlea, 1883 Catch.
Jim recsltl fiota Portland, Orcgoa, by
CVS1LE ft COOKL.
Thau Fish can b reltsd upou as PUst-CUss.
TUX WINDSOR RESTAITRANT
onca won totmi. raoNT,
aad willb.op.u.4 and r.aJytV. buslausoa"
SATURDAY, JANUARY join,
0(0. CaVAMAOU, PtvyiMU.
The lepiatiiba of 1I4 abotnamJ UbIabtxial for
btipiKr ajsl U viLkiwa aaJrvquu uofuilLcr
"X ASiKS AJsTOlYP iC- 1'"
XMLDER A CO.,
ttjrtH h4 dehr (fl
Anil 13t.ll.Unt: Malr?rinl
of H WWs, Jt reeKr.I, tx Utc afrfrajf, iM
Urge ifid well seteeteXl car?e4 f
CMnprMn all ttW mha! stqtk tbl
In Scantling, Timber,
Planks and Boards
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scinttin?, riane surface an-J rftuah ilrd sur
faced and rmsh Uattem, Ilekets, Hurt if,
LattTtt and ClapboaHij
DOORS. SASH AND BLINDS,
All ilies. of Eastern and CalUVnla male, and for
sale in quantitiei to suit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
Whltu Lead, ,
WHITE ZINC. TAIN'T OILS,
METALLIC AND OrHCK TAINTS,
CLASS AND SALT.
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine alsortinent of
ill latest stylos.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
A M. MELLIS,
" j .,,, - f s,
DEALER AND IMPORTER Or
DRV riud TANCY GOODS,
Xo. lot l'urt Atrtcl, Honolulu.
N, II. MUllnery, and Dresamakln:
roent on tlio premises
KUIai.IS'1'Utt ffi "cu
KULUSTlill i: CO.,)'
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Tho Larcost Lot of Perfumers;
Escr uTOwricd Into lUs llngdam.
COMPRISING OYER 60 DIFrLRENT ODORS
Celehratott Lundliora Manufaoture.
HOLLISTER fc CO
AGENTS FOX THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM'
Xo. it Nsmuusu Bt-t)t,
Aa4 wiaas tf Fart thi UarcLut siasu, UwuLUa
r j t . o o N a
linprim-$, Shipping Shil fttn
fsasW ataliM IH t Isstlsathn
Oiston far Oawss Mt
MAtfilrfV'S HALL, SAN
A SO II Of) I.
laumi ta tkc aawtlrVa 4Kag af San Mats, an the
EstaMtahad In Mi. Poo-tMA Imtnwtars of wsmu.
Iwatad by stum, sod an h smtr sny attanM Car thr
for furtrur loformalkm hM cwalofM, acUraas
EMPLE OF FASHION.
The A. Hi O. of oitv Business.
er the SavWg,
S. COHN i. CO .
oj r'oHT Stseet,,
1 . .CAMrsaii.soi.ocK
TWfRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stxoot, Honolnltt,
IStroKTEK AND DEALER It
S E W I N O MACHIHES
l'wt, AtlnclniteiiU, Oil nml Aect$orlrt.
acenv roa THE
White and the LtoitT-UrNKiiiaNfSy Home Machine.
Howard's Machine Nccdta, alt kinds
CortKell's Silit, in M colors and sires .
Harbour s I tnwi Tltremd,
Claik s O N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mmt. Dtmomt's Reliahh Cut Pafer Pattern
Dealer In Rirlts,
GUNS'at d Sportinc Goods,
Sti rr, Powder, Caps,
and Mhtaluc Cartridges
Kr.nusr.SR aiorr.t. in k w.
Sewin'Madiine, Lock and Gun Uepainngprbmbl!)
attended to. UT
TORT STR T
Importer and Dealer in
ChndellH, Iunps, Pendants, Braclet lmp.;
0 Tububr, Side lusmlar, UalhnzhouM,
and Police Lanterns ; Nurse, Pocket, aoo
'laUcLamps; Globed, Chimn7s, ReSecters,
Lamp Holders for lewuTC'tnachlnei.
STOVES AND RANGES Uncle aim, Duck",
ratcnt, Richmond, " Ka Mot.'' I crt, Osceola,
Haivaii Ablia AlmecU Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANGE Cookln;
capacity or too
FRENCH RANGES For restaurants, hoteli, and
private residences, with orsvitho.it hot water
WESTENHOLM'S IXL CUTLERY.
A fue assortment of Table, Deseit, and Tea
Knives ftf d Forks ; Carvers and Steels, with
plain nnd ornamental ivory handles ; also
BASKETS. . .
Ladies Workstina Uatket; ue, L,uncn,
Lauadrv and Maiket Baskets.
DOORMATS Assorted slses asupatteins.
Rojeis llrothers and Meriden Platln; Works ;
Water and Cream Pitchers : TabU, Desert,
and Tea Knives i I orks and Spooni, Spoon
Holders, Napkin F-ii'K'. Children's Mutl,
Pickle and Cruet Stands, butter Oowls,
Card Receivers, Vruit stands, Preserve
AGATE WARE , .
Ulckle mounted lea acts, in pan oronoie,
very neat and doliable I plain Cookb;
Uicnslls lit larxe vantty.
Milk i'aru, I'udJin; and plain uasins, St UK
llollcrs ; Rice. Jelly, and Ice-creata Moulds
new patterns tn Slew Pans
SAUCEPANS rnameled and tinned Iron, from 3 pint
loiiet lists, soiiei jwRiKis, nsirr v.wnu
Cake. Cash, and Knife Ujacs; Spittoons
Cuipidars, Children's '1 rays.
SCALES: . ... .
rairtwuik. riauorm, Lamnter, anu rvitcnrn
Molint Plows, bl.0v.I1, Spades, IIocs, Rakes,
Hice and Manure t orks, Oos, l(o llAndlits,
Plow Handles' and Uianu.
ICE CIII.SIS and REFRIGERATORS.
HALDWIN FODDLR CUHERS 1V' su, K
1, i), ani a inch cm, an A 1 .rtisle.
Warraotl best rrades New York standard,
and carbolited, K. i. '. iK. lH. Loc
Has., buries and spntikliri, Ac.
PLUMUEP, AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
tl.c.t Ud. a tO lbs. Square foutt Soil l'ip
lead anl out Irpnt Water Lkisel, s,aaas
Sheet 'fin , fcbeet f fr, clean and lluoeil
io uw; nose 1111,01, ium , u..
ack and ensoieled: dUto WashMands
Slieel Ziuc i hofi Solder, our o mar,
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE-K taslntlt; elbo.s,
1 r.Juccrl, pla buslihiz
PIPE VCLS. take 51 to j inch pip. i stocks and dies,
cms 3s to 3 inch pi.
U1RD CA(".i:S LarrtM variely iu lawlsl, painted
brijsks, aal WAMwir..
UMiY CARRIAGES, Hoys' Wluelbarwwa and C
Hall's Jiutlielebraicd Fire and Daritar proof
bales. . keep la stock the Ivy.M aMutt
mut ut Saws to bs fuud west CI ClifiHOia.
Cuu tnai.cj upon aplicatlvu.
GELETTS ICE MACHINLS
Jlh ih iWur fr im oa ptuitatioat h.ie
isaMtsavaiiatht. Small K.ulits is lbs.
ic. in (our hours : second su. yolU.Ms.vc.
Iwurs. Cuts, with lull dirscllsti for wwlUr
rnadefittr addrti. ou appllcatiuov Vt,
arc, aeiVed 10 deliver tnes. nuchlosa-
f, akccsul. at tuakcr s prices, addmz ouly cut,
CUSTOM WORK A aU kind, la 11a,
sheer lion wsMklaa; attended ta.
r attended ta. Swk.UM.r
over store. Wurfc akuiJ
wvt kioen at rctAurubl. i4cs.
WmtV .akuiJ by ccaape4.nl
UE.WEK BLOCK, FORT STREET.
" NusU. iIicm Uu.r skaa a sic w siasU( " en)
"" aWBONT rOROETIT.f tscU
j. n coMiavw & s ,
Jl, CaMatnla StMtt, San PniKixo
DON & lOO
ir-ir Vomiiifoiton .Uerehanto,
fLouu.ORAiri, rtiflil, tfteni :e, trovi
tat aaif Mm sttjl mitt ssWav-J,
tn ftin martmel.
osithstii ryjfsett. tUii talhs As San F a ko
lion amt iMn, lit BsdUla- i. . caters re at.
kastlth anet swnsVt aftkassv'''
Ktv. ALPHfil) III PI f WER, M A
AT THE OLD STAND N' MUCH t
PLUMBING IN-ALL ITS BKANCJIRS-
Artcstan Well Pipe all sizes.
Stovcn mid Xtanro,
Uncle Sam, Mcdallfon, Ridimond, Tip-top, Talac
Flora, May, Contest, Grand Prtre, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypey, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Matna Chaita,
Buck, Sopcrior, MaerctQsceola, Ala
meda, Lclipte, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
nAT.VANIm IRON ' CODfca r.otLE
TOR HANGES, GRANim IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all size), and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast ion
Lead Soil Pipe.
Honao I'arnlshinr Goods, all 14nda.
.Ml sires and grader. Lift and Fore. Pumps. Cistern
Pump., Galvanised Iron, Sheet Copper Id
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plata
Wily Gosctt, Math!, slabs
and bowls, enameled
CHANDELIERS LAMPS AND L.iR N
A n.w stock of
Just Received DIRECT FROM LONX.
xuos. . Tjnii:
" Aria ,..
Has just received per Mariposa and other lata I
SlSl.i.l-. C... 11.. ll I... tl.
I, HM,aA trim. ,.a.i, .. I. M ltWJ'lt Wfl
Cruim aieese, Falrbai k's SJid, T.bk FrullJ
kV wt fl sTVfe.I.Aa.r4w Ska-U A An.bA. m R.-..a .Ll
a wt.rr Wltnirillj tvSUHVSt, insSS SMtHl M
Didilnj. Jams and Jslllei, iLkl.4, Oh.l
Oil, Comti and (Woiii l. s lljrt.; I
s ...u.i. 11... if... 1.- . tl..... I
Jsra lea, F.ond Cl.Kkea
and 7brk.y, Curried
W hit. 0U ami eat,
Puckwhwt H'yur and M.il.
Syrup, (lrahaarkjurOat Meal.
I Pcialff.. t'ul.4. lM.(t.rjt .n.4 (t.K.u.
latad Susr, rinh Bpicea, Flib CVoodtii
Clsm Oiuvitsr, AtaotsV Uuh. MeAl, Pali
rkcrosen. uu, Lrascrs 01 art sumh, c, ibr. atca
Frtsaas Orosuatl OoaToo ciTasrsr
ittariio.'iE Ktv 1
mr GOODS DELIVERS!) fO
PART OF THR CITY ,Wt