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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 31, 1884.
VVnoui Numiier iq6.
Vo MIMIC IV, Nu.MHKR 40.
Road, and dvHlzatlun go tngethrr. tn a
city, not onfy our tomforl Imt llie very fetj
of rar lit dcptfld upon the character of tlif
tlwriglifri. Al orie cmrcm of tWi snljtt
msy I brought tn auemfrm the muro,
crfeikril wiy of the average Turkish ell),
with tntcnflta mretlriK nrerhrni), and at the
oll)r ettfttTie the moilern western town of
Amertcn, where the merjtei of dslHrttlAn
lwt fVe rdoin, In plain language, to "go
attettl." This article is to re fcr to the btcstrlth
ami rllrceina rf our streets, iml not to trwit
finish as regards in'rinf' and grading.
Ilonolalu flrt came Into existence, seventy
yenrs ago, as a vilUffc of craw hum, with a
few trading housed along the beach, and foot
paths leailing to the l.'nlo patches of the
interior. It Is prduule tint the first street was
through thr "Mhtdnn" neighborhood, cast of
Kawanhao Church, and it may he added It
has always been a wide one. Not till 1840
were wheeled vehicle introduced to speak of,
and when, sometlnm near that era the streets
were actually laid out, i, t,, room for them ob
tained as best could be from unwilling nnneu,
there were fewer carriages than could be
counted on one's fingers. Uather, thin, than
severely blame those who first laid out Hono
lulu street, we may perhaps be thankful that
mi much was accomplished in that line at that
To tregln with the street of the old town,
as It may be termed, vir t that portion bounded
by the river, Ilentania street and Alapai street.
Queer, street may be sild to be sufficiently
wide for any immediate need. Vet forty feet
ti not really wide enough. The dt minds of
modirn locomotion are as follows, for a mini
mum i six feet fur each sidewalk and that is
very scant with room for four carriages to
stand abreast between curbstones, allowing
eight feet for each carriage. There is n'.wajs
liability of there being carriages standing on
both sides, by the curb, at the same time, and
there should be room for others to pxss each
other in the middle spice. This gnrs forty
lour feet as the minimum width fur a comfort
able street. Torty-two feet, howeser, will an
swer with er) careful driving. The widening
of six feet, which was commenced on Mr.
Widcmann's premises, should be continued as
far as to I'unchlxiwl street, while the buildings
are still scattering. West, or northwest more
strictly, of the market, Queen street should
be continued to meet a new street leading
from King street to the sea, and thus prevent
that large space be)ond Maunakea street from
being an interminable labyrinth of Chinese
Varallcl with Quun street, we have Mer
chant street, the plans for widening which ire
m ide, and only need an energetic pushing for
ward. King Street, so far as width goes, is wide
enough, varjing from fifty two to sixty feet.
'But the junction with the causeway to Kapa
lima, is a marked exception to this, and de
mands immediate attention, as the roid there
shrinks to little over twenty feet. There is
government property in the icinily which
might be exchanged to cover loss. The cause
way itself should be widened, as much for ped
estrian as for carriages, there being at present
"""riotwng llialTc"ahbe Cjlhru"TnnewaiK5.
llotil Street, next parallel to King, should at
its northwest end be opened to the river bank,
there to communicate with King Street '')' n
road on the said bank, l'rom Nuuinu to
Tort this 'Hotel street is too narrow for any
comfortable traffic, but It N probably too much
to hope for any improvement in that direction,
l'rom Tort street to Kiclnrd street, there is
nearly breadth enough but at the latter corner
begim Palace Walk, the proportions of which
aie simply scandalous. A corner so near the
I alaceand Hotel should forthwith be Improved;
I'alace Walk should most certainly lc nude a
continuation of Hotel strict, of full fort)-six
fret width to 1'itnchbowl street, and as the
larger pirt of the lind belongs lathe gov
ernment itf would not I dilTicult to do this.
The line premises opposite the Hotel grounds
either way would not be the losers. A lesser
necessity, but a hereafter bemfit, would be
the carrying ofllotel street through io the west
end of Young strcect, thereby giving a fine
walk from the Hotel direct to 1 homos. Square,
where the luture concerjs and displays of fine
equipages are to be
' lletitania street is a street of dwellings,
much of it of only 36 to .40, feet width.
Six or eight more feet would improve
it wonderfully, and the east portion from
Punchbowl to Alapai streets most certainly
needs large expansion.
We now come to the Cross streets, better
adapted In many respects to ictall trade,
Maunakea street may as well be abandoned to
its fate, at least, for the present.
Muuanu street demands wlut is probably the
only possible policy, viz t that the houses which
now all have upper verandas over the side
walk, be moved back, so that the whole
t present street shall then be roadway i the
balconies for the pi eseut retaining their rosi
tlon over the new sidewalk on the arcade
principle There is plenty of room in (he rear
of these apparently crowded lots, llrrclhe
remark should be made Out the balmnv
veranda should be suppressed made wai
upon expelled. It Is an Asiatic idea, and a
bad one 1 it increases the danger ol a tire Icap
ing across the street, hfty per cent,, and
diminishes the untllattrg lwwer of the street In
the same ratio. The shade is the only benefit
to the public, and a light shelter should be the
only thing permitted. Soon weshall teethiid
Hory overhangs, and ten feet instead of six,
1'itt sticel on the Kplanade i n splendid
street t from Queen to Mercliaut streets the
liiicL buildings ate m completed that it k loo
late for change but from Merchant to King
street it would certainly seem tint an improve
ment should be made on the northvv est side,
where only wooden buildings now stand, lie
tween King and Hotel streets there a nint
uncomfortable and in fact almost dangerous
coiitriutloii in width ; the more to lc regretted
inasmuch as the Old Pctlnvrs' brick building
is one of the impediment to improvement.
The Sunday Jam around Tott street church
points a moral. The giving of l feet on
each side would injure both chinch propeitirs
less than they think for, and bt a most Inesti
mable bestowing on the public. This, contin
ued down to Hotel street, would make what is
really the leading lrtft in town what it should
be. It U on elevated land, and as rompated
with King srcet fiee (torn dul, and deserves
liberal tlcatmcnt fiom the public.
A common impression Is that strajhlncss i
the inatn end ahupd at in stieet improvement.
1 It U not so. Width fust, gracefulness, ami
, avuMaiiceof ugly and awkwaia corners neM t
an I 1V11, wheie (heie is chance for effect,
straight ttteets. Quick communication too,
and the pletuioquc clement, arc both minis?
tried la by diagonal and branching streets.
King tttett buwhlog into. Mt(CbM Uect at
the Music Hall is a case in point. The local
ity could l improved b) instituting a fonn-
tiln nr statue in the triangular space, for the
portion f lot tliat would remain after Mer
chant sir. l widened. The fllmve reaKonnig-
applies to Utrton street, which could at no
very groit expeme I widened on the north
Alafcrt utre-t hi tn If widened tn fifty-two
feet, and a great improvement this will be to
tlie whole trade of the place, lesides Riving
fsdlitfes for surface drainage, llie assertion,
hosrever, may ! ventured, that If Alakea street
ami Union atrcet are lioth widened, even with
glvlnrj 30 fet to the latter, there will four times
the rimnber of carriages turn down the latter
from the junction that go down Alakea street.
To go on with crow streets t Kicliattw Mtect
is on good high ground, and might to be
carried in a straight line os far ns new ground
is built seaward, and thus continue to preserve
the iericctiv'e to blue water which it now has.
Adjoining tha palace grounds as it does, it
reallv ought to lie widened, though the fact is
not realised. It vartei'fiom 37 to 42 feet in
To widen Music Hall street, or Opera Lane,
or whatever it may be called, and continue it
to the sea and over whit jct-to-be-made ground
Is there, would lie a trl of a general plin for
Increasing the amount of street room in Hono
lulu. It would also coninnnd a fine view of
the front of the palace, and to dwellers tn that
building a view of the sea from the main
Punchbowl street has a large amount of
travel, passing through it. The King street
corner is inconvenient and tends to colisions.
A widening on the east side, above King street,
would be in range with the Makal portion.
The open space in front of the Stone Church
gate is an example of the advantage of such
breathing holes in the city.
A future article nny point but enterprises in
the newer portion of the town.
Oar, San I'ninctira Lrttrr,
Your valued paper under Issue of 19th and
26th April would indicate a new departure,
of which I have received no previous notice,
and congratulations were about to be ex
tended that two papers a week indicated in
creased prosperity, when another examination
of dates undeceived me, as the outside was
dated 26th while the inside said 19th a typo
graphical error, very apparently, and readily
understood, but when the blundering typo
extends his favors to my corrcspondance and
makes incuse misspelled words I shall "kick".
Hence these tears.
Talking of your paper nml comparing its
general get up, with the others in Honolulu,
I claim there is more originility, more life,
moregnod North American common seme plain
talk in one issue than in the expressed. essence
of all the others in a month, " and so say we
all of us. "
The attention shown the princess during her
visit here must have been very gr.atifving to
the lad) and her Ilaw.iiiin friends, not onlj
for the show of good feeling towaidshcr, but
as an evidence of growing interest in her coun
try and its welfare, a continued round of en
tertainments have been given in honor of
t'uncess I.ikclikc which have done great'eredit
to ttieTrnTtrcTOrs-ns-wcn :-.!.....:,-:..!. I
trust the visit has been suflicently interesting
to warrant a repetition at no distant day.
Our fruits and roses are now in their prime.
and though somewhat backward have gathered
strength and loveliness by the long rains and
ilela). Koacs in numberless new vane-ties are
crowding out the commoner kinds and what
might in times past have been found onlj
in hot houses nurtures! with tenderest care,
are now gathered in greatest profusion grown
with case in every garden. While our flowers
cannot be more beautiful thin vours they re
main longer in bloom to gladden the sight
and can be found in greater profusion.
Talking of fruits, it is really interesting to
note that the kinds we do not haveaie those
most desired, and one would think with cher
nes, pears, apples, peaches, and grapes, one
could be satisfied, vet the cry for bananas, a
few guavas, and an alligator pear is over
powering to the entire forgetfulness of our
own greater varieties. Hut "human natur is
human natur "and the pecutantyof wanting
what we cannot have, not appl) hg to fruits
alone ; reaching after the unattainable, is the
waj cf our world, and in this connection may
be mentioned that of the curiosity which sur.
rounds ceitain matters or things, divest them
of the1 glamour and (hey fall to the ground.
Kor Instance, an anonjmous writer may issue
n readable hook, a furure follows to know
who thcaulher may be. This Is particularly
true if the bonk treats of some popular move
ment with boldness and clfect. Alt sorts ol
opinions are olTercd, bets run high, the excite
ment feexls on itself, the interest sells the book
and disappointment follows for some-, pleasure
to others. Hence, discussion; all addinc
fuel to the llauic, the discreet wiiter keeping
in the background to divulge his name only
when sales lessen and the pubic commences
to admit that nothing but the grand mvsterr
attachedtoa fairly written, interesting stnrv,
u what has created the hue ami civ. Alt of
which has been the history of "The Ilread
Winue-is'' whose authorship has been attrt
buted to J. I!, lilalnc and thence down the
line of lesser lights some fifty or more having
been named. Hut in my humble opinion,
there Is no ground for supposing J. O, Hlalne
to be the author. He ( nothing if not
"mcat)"ln coina vvotdjhe is no trifler;
his words have good !oi.ml meat and drink.
I exiieel letter things of him, and I am glad
to have so mm) backeulu the opinion, tlut
the man of all men, the ablest b) fir and the
choice of the whole country for next president
of these Uniied States is the statesman,
scholar and gentleman James 0, lllaiue. 1
believe he' will show himself able to say tiuth.
fully by his actions tlut no points of the compa.s
conrol him, tbut the good of thecnllrc country,
0t0lculcMrueUfomhi "twcllt) Jcauintho
U, S. Senate" and then imagine- his mind
bending to the merely interesting "llread
Winners, " in my judgement is going from the
sublime to the (idiculous. Probably many
wilUbtTcr fiom me, but without good, honest,
dilleieiiecs of opinion, this yvorld would be a
weary show, our combative leitJeiicio hve
naught to fted on, and our minds ami faeuliics
fall away from sheer disuse. The opinions
alKiut books are mostly matters ot education
or (he laek of it, any how.
Talking of education, we have 011 this coast
ot a iMwciful keeper inihe death of Or, C. T.
Mills, whose loss, as he was; unlvtrsall)
beloved aqd )wnoiel In uuny homes of )iiur
Ukandj, is an Item of much interest to jour
leaders. This good man was oncofafew-
uinong the Christian woikers of this pul who
hjd means in aJdiliofi to the desire for griierous
actions, and hit monument is an eveilasiing one,
not on'y hi the beautiful seminary which wit
I ,v.uuiiuucvi on lounn pa.:. j
CMITH & THUrtSTON, IW O. tHitH,
wj I I- .
A. Till STO"
.irMriiejM rif ntr.
No J! MtM-HANT fttKI'PT .
, " , .
'en? KUitr flrnAi-r,
sVt SraEjrf-, .ifonniiut'
(jr rHaiVwi. fltirol, Tl'plion and Mlwr Cor-
pofanoo TiueifB, iijumni ominr nvuTiucv
Doe.xisvv 'Sold 01 Commission.
Money Liwnrtl on Stork cwllis.
Q B. DOLU,
I'niinarlnr at Imw anil .Vofirrj I'oftfr,
CoNt f'oRT AMI MsRCMAHrSrilPHS, ltoNOLltU
f-'LAKEMCE W, ASHFOHD,
Attorney, ntteltnrt .Vr,,
N'O. 15 KAAHUMANU STRfET HoNOtl LU
m R. CASTLE,
Attorney at t.air anil Xotary I'nlittr.
Atfndt all the Gitlrts of thr Kingdom. 1
Attorney anil Voannrlor at Lair,
60 Fort Sthekt
A LDERT C. SMITH,
lyriit to taj,r ArKnntrteituentrnt to
OrplCE With Smith & 'lhtirston, Attornrvt at-Law
NO 38. .MPReilANTSTREBT.
pvRS. CUMMINGS Si MARTIN
Hnrarnni ami llama pntilc l'tyitctiin,
OrrrCEcouNric Fort and Heretania Sts ,
Office Hours Untilo A. M ,andfroint-3and6'jo-8 P M,
B. EMERSON, M. D.
1'hffntetun ttmt ,Hnrffenn,
ThLBPiioNR Number ho
OfTice hour from 8J4 to tojl, a m ; 1 J to 35 p m
OlTiceaiKi Residence. No. Kukui street, corner fort
M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
7pntnt Itonm oi J'ot t Arff,
Honolulu H. I
OAlce tn DreMrr' Ittock. corner Hote and Port
Strcetn, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
t7-illiam b. McAllister,
PERMANENTLY UICATCU IN HONOLULU.
Office, corner of Fort and Hotel street, over Trealoan's
Particutar attention tnd to restoration cold fillings.
Rets ine on s?CKd work at retKonabrc cliarrea to train
the cnnri'tenr of the public tvson
-sEO. L. RABCOCK,
(LATtt OF OAKLAND)
Teacher or the Piano Forte. Address, I.VCAN & CO.
Upsidi-nceNo. 10 Lmma street. iSs-lv
No. 71 QfF.KN Stukki .... Honolilu
Member ofihellonolulu Stock ard Hond hxchange
Is preptrej io buy and cM .Stock nnd I Jon ill tti the
pprn marKci, at me usual laic 01 commition.
Has money to Iain on Stos.kf. Snutl margin; re
quired on 1 line Comr-ictt
Wilt advise as to Investments when requested.
P O HALL & SON . . ...(Limited)
1MFORTRRS AND DttLtRS IN
Ilttnttrftte it ml flmrrul Met chit ml tar.
Corner or King and Fokt STRtBrs, Honoluiu
William V. Hall President and Mamcer
I.. C. Able ,Scretty Jiid Treasurer
Georgi K. Howe. . Auditor
Uircctors11. May, U. O. White. 15a
iifptit to tithe Arhnmttettifmentt to C0.1
tritrt to Labor.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands 15
ColrlHlfatfllr of tieeila
For the State of California, for t.w lliwilun Itlanitt.
an! General Ajent lor the Taufic Mutual Life In
ssrance Company of California. 143
TNO. A. IIASSINGER.
.Ifcnr lo lahe Arhnaulnlamrnf lo Coif
iNTsaioa Orrics Hohqiulu
JOHN II. PATY,
.utitry rahllr ami Coinmlttlon of Deed;
For the States of California and New York. Office
at the llank of Iltshop & Co.
lloUIVLV, Oaiiu, II. I. 1
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Imiwitrr nml CommUtlon Jfrrrimila.
Nwuasu Srtsr, Honolulu.
T YCAN & CO,
Importer nml llealert In all I, I mil of
Miitlr tlooila, r'aney Uooile,
NOS. 105 ANU 107 FUHT STKRKT HONOLULU
Furniture. ChatrS. Seibtn .Marhln,,. Mlrr.ir ant
Mirror Plates. Picture r-rinei and LiriiiLr. nia.l t.
C BREWER a COMPANY,
Henri al Mercantile ami CttmmleilanAyenl
QuufN iaTKKET, Honolulu.
Olficer. 1. C liinK. Ir.. nrtllJrnl jn.l inllu-ar
JoefihO Caller, ire iurv and secretary. Directors
lions. UTiirles K. liiUop and II. A. P. Carter; Jl
.nj . auquor.
Dealer In Choleeet lieef. Veal, Million, Kir,
No, 6 Qisrx Sraair, Iish Maket.
Family and Sliippine; orders cartfulfy attended lo.
IJve bt.xk furnished lo Vessels al short ntUc.
Vcgctat-lei pf all kluds lupplied 10 order.
I tULPiioN . . .,. ... ...No. in.
S, CRINBAUM IX Co.
Importer and Whnletat lieale r fn Gen
Makkk's llLoct . ... QyaxsSrRKET. Honolulu
TWT S. GRINDAUM & Co.
yurtcitrdtng and Commission MertUant,
914 CALifoast Sr., Sam IkANcitco.
Spvial facilities for and luiIaTuUr attention paU to
msiriuucntkof WauJ trojuc. a
curuir anient s
Cttndi Manufactory ami
.. .II I
iVacitcal CsWtciLm-c. IViarv Cot.k and UaVcr
Number jt Hytel ktfctt. ltca Fort aud Nuuamt
OLLISTER Co ,
HfcIai( anil Heltll liru,yM and T-
Wv- J, Nwvax Srtur..
, -, ,
II nlclimiiker, Trwrler, rlnpritrrr, anil
No. 1 1 1 t osf STUrBT ... Union u-
Vtl ontns raiiMent sSMl 1
Hoot anil VhnrtnaKrr,
Hoots and Shoes m4t to Orritr
Mo. it Four St., opposite Pamiiiios Staphs
T7 II. OEDIIIG,
'rirr miff Itrrtjimani
Freight, I'ai knurs, and ,tfr drftrrrM to o,l from
all ports (if Hmtotultl arw vtctnily. Larefut at
trillion tHttl to itmrini; Furniture, uilh
WAOO.VS KXPKI.SSIA tolt HIT. I'UKPOSi:
TrlrphMir 86 , R,lrnce js IVinrhbowl trrrt.
Oflicr, So Kinr; Strrrt loo-ll
PHILLIPS & Co.
Imtnrtr ami ltiofrfe Irufci tn Vlotlt
tail, ItiiotH, .Shti'M, Halt, Ja 'r-
ntthtnff tlonili, fnnrif Ooml, .7e.
Mo it KaaiiimanC Srnasr .ItowoLtrtl;
O LEVEY & CO.,
It hotrialr ami Urtall Urnrrr,
Fort Striut . . JIurinLUtu
Freiti 2rocerie4 And pro? ntms of alt kind on hand and
received rrKtilaily from Furore and America which
Villi lie jd At the loneit market rates.
Oooilfl delivered to an part cf the ctly free of charge.
Inland orilers wlicfted and promt Attention wilt be
Riven to the same. sis.iv
"UTONG LEONG ft CO.,
-ItrnC for Jfoitnnl Sitjitr, I'ntntna Ittce
And KVilu Rice Plantation ami .Milt.
NUUANW STRFET , COKMRH MaHINK
THBO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latk jANtrw, (.rekn Ac Co )
J.tiptntrr.i ttnrt Vommtnton Jlcrchntitw,
I Io)(fi and the I Uerpool Underwrite,
ltritislmnd loreijjn Marine Insurant Compaii), and
Northern Aunrance Company. 1
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
Importer anu IJpalkrs is
Hoot, Xliotn, JuriitAhinr itooits, tfttta,
CojHt Triitth, tttttnri,
Perfumery and Smfri, W: tihani Watches,
fine Jewelry, etc.
Cornfr Tort and Merchant Strelt, Honolulu
r- E. WILLIAMS,
UtPORTRR AND DEAl RR If
rttriittHte of llrrtu Dmcrtption. Almo
Upholsterer ttmt Jtittutjucttnrr.
Furniture Wareroonw No log Foit Street. Work
.hop At old vtaml on Hotel Street. All orders prompt!)
attended 10. 11
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer unit linttrr in tienentt JtTer
ctntmtiAr. QukfnStrl-kt . ,. Honolulu
TJ- HACKFELD& Co.
flenetat Comtntjulon Afentv,
Queen Sthkrt .... ... . .Honolulu
HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Intpoitrr anil Cotnmintnn Jleretmntv.
Honolulu 0itu. H. I ,
T-ILLINGHAM & Co.
Importer atnt Venter in Ilnnttcin r, Cut
V nu and Otic, aiul 0neraTMerehBi.J(,
SO 37PoaTSTRKKT HONOLULU
A W. PEIRCE fie Co.
ami Commttnton M
Honolulu, Hawvhan Islands
Agents fp Hmnd'i Guns and Uornb Lances and 1
ry Dati Pain Killer,
G. IRVIN 5t Ln.
Stimtr Pattors ami Pomtntmlon Agent,
CLAUS SFRKCKRIS. WM. C. IRWIf.
Honolulu .. .. . ....,., ,,.IL
P P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer unit Comtntkton Mi chant f
Qufev Stkkkt , Honolulu
p A. SCHAEFER ct Lo.
JminnterM ami CHininlMitan Merrhniitu,
Mkciisnt Stbukt, Honolulu
"VlirlLDER & Co.
Lumber, ralntm, !, XiiIIm, ami Itull.ltnu
Material of erery 1,1ml,
Con FoST AWUQUt.KN.Sr ..IttlNOLULL
WILLIAMS & Co,
Photograph le Artht,
103 and ioj Fokt Sthskt .. .,, Honolulu
Pictures of all iires and kinds made to order, and
frame of all description constantly on hand Alto
Coral.. Shell and Cunoitie of ths Pactlic. a
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
tirnra tn LutnUeramt tttt Ktmln of lluttih
ing Matrt tat, VulntH, , Sail, etc,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AKPNTS OK bCMOONFRt
Ilalenkala, Kulamanu, KeVauhiohl, Mary EUtn,
UUama. Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robnutmt Wlurf i
Importer of General Merchamllnti from
Prttnee, Hngtamt, Germany ami
thr United State.
No, 53gt,EBNSrittKT . . .Honolul
Whole ilt Grocer,
si6and jiSL'ALtfottKiA hrttKHT , ,San Franmsco.
PnrtlruUr attentbn (uid to filling i
ml thipplng iy
IIoiimc and Styn Painter,
Pater Hanckv, etc,
No. 107 King SraKxr ,
fA 1 tui
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auelloneer and Cnmmtlon Merehatit,
Hkaybk Block, (JtrNSr.T, IlosoLH-t-.i .
Saletpf Funiture, Slock, Real Kstalf ami General
Merchandise pro-nptly a'tended to. bole a.ents for
American and uiupeail mervhandta. j . LVONS,
i-sr . 1 U j. I.svuv.
TUTRS, A. M. MELLIS,
r'ntUtomtbt lire and Clonic Maker,
No, IO Kl)T bTKSSTt IIOIULl'L
W McCHCSNBY Si SON,
Leather, Utde, Xa loiv and Commtflon
Aent for thf Royal buap Company.
Na 0 Qi'un SmktT . ..Hdsolclu
II llC Ill'lUff,
'4 Kikc Srr
tmpirlcr of American Jewelry of esery d.Mrip
tkm. (Fyrmerly ca San FrancUccy Caltfuf ma.) Jo
A L. SMITH,
Importer aud Healer in lllairure,
JUrriiten Illrefflatitl iratv,
No. .4 Foar Strskt ., UohOLliv
Kns's Combination bpectailc, arsl EyegUas,
lAultal Wire Vrx, Fancy imps, licturi Iramea, pis
tols. WcMtenholm s Pocket Culfcrv. Po.der. bh-4 anl
AnunuoitLyn, Clark's Spout Cotlt, alaciun OU, all
kinds at Maaliui, Needles, "Doeacu; Paper r auilwns,
Sol, HS of the ualvcrwiliv acka,tJ44 Lt,ht
Ruaoin DalMttlc Ss.ia Mvhin,
T EVERS ft COOKE,
(u eMnit to T.twFM a t)rvot.)
Importer unit lirntrr in l.umhfr atnt att
hut f Jlitlhthifi Mntnhitf.
Pott KtitftRf ., . t .HnMnu.l'
r C. COLEMAN,
tttittkiwtth, Mttrhhtttt, Currtair IIoW.
Honolulu . II I
riAntaittri AfvMr.f'ry, etc. Shop on Kff.fi Strfett
iwtt to Cale & Cooke't, 175 tr
llti, Copper ftntt Shrrt It on 11orhrrt
Stnrm it ml HiiHfff.
of all Vtnd, riuniUrn' totk atwi tuetnti, hotic fumUtr
iiiC goiNf cliindelixTi, lamp), etc
No s Kaaiiimanu SritEKr IIoholulu
T M. OAT & Co
,"StittmttKrrf I tiiff of att tine t pilau a
tiifiitV unit rrpittreit
Honolulu ,. H 1
leoft In A y Cooke new firtproof LiuItJinfE. foot ol
Niiuanu Street 8
EMMELUTH & Co.,
rtmt Vtnmhir, Jleitler
.Sfotrf, Itanym, fin,
No. 5 Nuianu Stuspt. .. . .. Honolulu
T W GIRVIN,
i onimlnnlon Mrrrhant nml lUnninl tltatrr
In Dry llnoiln,
Wailiku, Maui 11,1
Ororrrtea, Hardware, Stationery, Talent Medicines,
Perfumery and (JlaMware. i
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam tannine, Holleri, Aaaar Still,
Coolers, iron, Hrnta ami Lead Cttitlny,
Hovululv ,,..11, 1
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention ptid to Ship's Hlaclcimfthing
Job work executed on lite shorten notice. to
THOS. G. THRUM,
Importing and Manufacturing
Stationer, .Vein A(entt Printer, Rooh
And puhtisher of the Satukdav I'RRS.and Ila-v,iii-tn
Alittantc ami Annual Merchant street. IVaI
t in Fine Mjtbnerv. Hooks. Mutic. t'ov and Faucv
Good 4, 1-ort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
importers and lit tt term tn (letteral Mer
elm mi tip.
Corner Oueen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu
Carpenter ttmt Jtnttiter
All kind of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone lSo, 130, Williamson' hprcs Oilice
Shop, No. 4 Kino bTKEKT , Honolulu
T AINE & Lo,
Importers and dealer in Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu..,. , ... ...,..H, I
E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Groeety ami Peril Store,
Cob King and Fort Srs........ .Honoluu
THE GERMANIA MARKET.
Mttttonl J.nmbf Poaltt S
a ami tvttit 1
Con tt ant I) pn hand, and of choucst quahu. Purl
Satisaee, IWognas, etc., al(as on hind. Our mti
Are alt cut and put up in Lastcrn style. Al oidr
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
cit) .Shop on Hotel Street, lteen Union and rort
di reel, Uo-omi U. KAUJ'l', i'rounetor.
Wat hmahrr ami Teireler,
Watch ropalriuff mmle n Spoolnlity.
Ml orders from the othei islindc prompty attended to.
No 55, HoTIU,bTRBKr,.
,, Honolulu, ILL
Tetceter ami litamand Setter,
.Nuuanu Stkekt. Honolulu. II. I.
(Opposite Hollister k Co ),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
OPP & CO.,
1phoUlci'rri, Iteaper and liealetm in all
AUitf of furniture-
Telephone No. i.-
(roXMKRLY WITH POLLES & CO )
tihntcinte and Mel tit Grocer,
in, King Street .Under Hahmomv Hall,
Fa mil), Plantation, and Ship store supplied at short
notict. New good bv very tt earner. Orders from
the Other IsIanifAillifull) executed.
Telephone No. iio. -75t'p
D'JNSON, SMITH, & CO.,
tij and us, FORT STREET,
- Devot for'.
fiORRICKK & SCIIRECk S CIIKSRATID HOSICIOrATHir;
THE COMMON SLHSE NURSING IIOTn.F.
HE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
ANNUAL FOR i83j.
It now riaov roe psLtvirr
and Is tehind none of its predecessors in interest and
Price, per copy, joca. ; or, by null abroad, Co cs.
Til OS. II,
TRUSSFS. IHUissl.s TRUSSKS.
'tkUSSLS. IHUS-srS. 1KUSSIS.
H.e, JuU f.ised a large InvutetlL
Tha CoIourtUed tJ.Uuloia
MKSCT fROU THS fACTOilV-V
WC HAVE SPECIAL FACILITIIS
To Adjust in a
Car, Fr ani alsrckaaw arrss
..-C.iajc fcaXa- JLuLtL-
OISIIUP & CO., Bankers
HortoLOtii, Hawaiian Islanoi
lln Ilvchsnae on
TIIF. HANK OF CAI IIORN'IA,
And their agents In
Messrs. N M ROTIICIIILt) A SONS,
Fhe COMMERCIAL I1ANK1NO CO,
OF SV. DNKV, LONDON.
HicCOMMFKClAL IIANKINO CO
CF SVDN1.V, SYDNF.V.
I he BANKS OF NLW ZEALAND!
rut: hanks or iirivish columhia,
VICTORIA, R.C AND I'OKII.AND, OK.
Tramact a Gtiuitil lUtiiHitg lliisliitst,
ASTLE & COOKE,
ftfitppttif nml Commtniton MtrchantMf
No. Bo KinqStrrht, Honolulu
JMrORTBRS AND PTALRR IN
The Hitchcock t Compinj's I'ltntation.
Die Ale lender & I laid win Plantation.
K. tUUlend, or Wnulua Plantation.
A. II Smith & Compinj. Kol m. Kauai.
J M Alexander, Ilaikti, Maui.
'I he Haiku Suirar Compaq,.
the Kol.ala bufjir Compan).
The Union Insurance Lompany ol Sin rranlccn
ITie New tnelatid Life Insurance Company of Huttou
I he Blake Manufacturing Company of Mton,
D. M WeMon'a Patent Centrfugal Mach.net.
."he New ork anil Honolulu IVcket Line.
'I he Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San FrnncicoJ
Dr. Jnjnestt SonS Celebrated Medlcuift
Wilcot A (!il Vr Sinijer Minufictiirlnj Company
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines 175 ijr
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co ,
Are ptepareit to fnrntnh Plana ami JStttt
vnttes for Steel
With or without Cars and Ixjcomotue, Specially
AI)KIKD I-OR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways and Locomotive and cars. Trac
tion 1 nines nml Ko-d IxicomotMe, hteam
Plouehint; and Cultlvatinft Machinery, Port
able Lnginei fur all purpsii.es, Winding
Lnglne Tor inclines.
Catalogues with Illustration. Model nnd Photo
graph ofihe above Plants and Machinery my : stcn
at tr.eotfice..ft.ie under! rntn). W. L UKI.LN and
G. W. MACFAKIwVNH A CO , Agents for (no Kow-
ier ot 10.
O T I C E,
MESSRS. R. MOHC&CO. j
King Street Hunoiul
Would beg 10 notifj the PnbliC that they
have iuu received a shipment of the femou
HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE.
tST Any person wKliintopuri.haeacwing machine
would do well to examine them.
a number of superior
Double-barrel DreachIoadln; Shot Guns,
Winchester Riflei, Kennedy Rifles
Smith Sc WUson Revolvers.
A full apartment of CARTRinOES, bra and
paper shell ; and Sportsmen's General Supplies
t3T Call and examine our Stock t
Having In our employ a nt claw Lock and Gun
Smith, wt are prepared to do all kind of rrpan ng In a
firt -class manner and on short notice.
Saving Machine repaired ami aiUttsted
And all kinds of ron Work made and repaired
T W. HINGLEY & CO.
Manjavtitrer of ilttrtitia Cloar.
IklrOHTSKS AND PKALRkS IN
1 he most complete stock in the kingdom.
King street, (near Alakea) Honolulu.
T EMMELUTH At Co.,
No. s NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. I.
STOVES and RANGES,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead, and Lead
Pipe, Galvanlred Iron Pipe and Fittings, Brass Goods
all sixes. Artesian Well an 1 Irrigating Pipe, lite us.
ual 'I in and Iron ware, Baths, Closets, Sinks. Wash
stands, Marble and Lnainelcd Irou, tit slock and for
Sale at reasonable rates.
Tel.uhoue No. 211. "M-nr
T- M. CROWLEY
II M.CHOWLM' (formerly at Hruns") kaini en.
lered tutu paitnenhip .uh MR, HUGH HAS I IE, th.
new nrni will b knoisn as
oppo.it. Whitman k V'ilgbts.
Every description of Furnitur, at loest
required oa II1.1, Payment,
In Sill, Hotwlulr, arid otter covcitvgs,
EicfiSM coverings and liiaiialngs.
See ike - BObTOS " and " CHALLENOE
7. as-l.VU 3THKICT.
l - nV, H, Btkiftly
l"t ifej sKuE(
HACKI'RLO ft Co,
OFFFR FOR SU.F.
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
Fx Darlci Kate ami Maiatlan
Conslstlns; in part of at tallows :
A Lnrico Assfirtmrmi ol Dry Good.,
Denims, Brown n,l White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merftiosblick and
colored, 4 qualitlet, Repps, Alpscat,
Coboures, Itsllan Cloth and
Dlatk, Oros-i rain, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Barefte, Crepo, &c.,
Men's Furnlnhlna Uootls,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merino and Cotton Uudershlrts, White
bosom bhlrts. Socks ft btocktngs.Olovei
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting;
of Ffne Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Unckskln Sacks,
Pants and Suits, I'elt,
Sack! & Pants,
Dot's Slilrts, and
drens Jackets, L
R. Coats & Le-RCltiKs, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk ami I, C. Umbrellas
auuParasols, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Ouilts. Felt Knirs and Brus.
sels Carpeting Slut and Velvet Ribbons, Thread!
J Hit 11 Lets,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancv Strloed Woolen, two sizes.
Scattet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 p3c.ts,ij
Button. lor Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dr.ilwiL
PUR KUM IIUV,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, I uhin'a r.s
tracts, tullet Soaps, I'hllocome, Ifair
Oil, Combs, lAKikinc (!Iases, Pipes, I
R. Ualts, Ifarmotuias, Illank Looks,
rtold Leaf, Jewelry, Cold Warche.,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums-
I xtenston, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
S.ltecs, .Mirrors, etc.,
Saddle, Oi';. fin, lllrth, Stll nip Leather
Hemp & 1. R. Packing, Coal flaskets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Contalninc Plate, Cup, rcapotf.tUowU( Chambers,
Rice Oislis-t and Itaker, Itemiiolin 3 and j
Gallons Sample Bottle, aiesand 6 U ware, .Mant'a
....I I ..,! U...- (V-l It-wi. f!..nn..a I. n.
ail 1 Li lanru iuin:. 4jai itv. i'uiiiiicl ihiiic.
Uui laps, Wouiirack and lvt.l.ed hacking, L,tneii lloe
SIK.AU and RICE HAGS
of all sire, nnd qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars. Castor Oil In tins. Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue, II. White Lead, ..
btearine Candles, a, s, and 6, It, & P. Biscuit,
Ilubbuck's LlnseeJ Paint Oil, White Zinc Hain
Giirmtiii unit Jritniiid Oliit rs,
Plated ware Spoons, ForV-s, Cru-ts, Tea
sets. Cups, Nipltin Kings, Salvers, etc.
Poclet and Butcher Knises, Sctisors, Sheej. h'ars,
Needles, ,Sioons Kile., Stmrs, Cialvamrcd flasins
Huup Iron, Kee Kivets. llanintcrs, Ycllo
Metal and Couipotitlon Nails, Clanfiers
Habbilt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iror
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks. Tile
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the oilier Islands carefully tendedto
If. 11 ach felil X Co.
EWERS & COOKE
Are constantly receiving a tditions to their LARGE
and WELL Sr.Lr.l-lI.lJ SIOCKof
NOR' WEST LUMBER, I
REP WOOD LUMBER,
SHINGLES POSTS, etc
Pine, Oak, Ah, Koa, Black waluut, Cedar.
Doors a 6 to 6 k 10 6. ''
Windows--; ; to 1 J 1 u In.
Of fehlch w keep a An, assortment,
Cut Sail; 3d to 110 d,
Oalvaiilted Kails, j d to Co d J 5piles. ; to I in.,
, ate, &c
Corrufxtstod Oalvaulaod Iron Roolas
i, 7, 8 and 9 feet lengths,
Oalvanlied Screws and Kidding.,
rWFR PIPE, Tt, LIUs, Trap., c, j, 4,
and I Ins.
Isrra Cntta Cliimnles and Chimney Pipe, ch,ai.r
imj itu up," , ,uiv viii'imies.
PAIN1I H3' ANU IIUZIERS1 ROOMS.
In so sarieties now due from Hongkong per ltai
For sal, tn quantities tc suit and si lowest maikrl
i8(-,m I.KWERS a COOKE.
O M. CARTER S. F, GRAHAM
' S. M. CARTER St CO",
riKewoon, cosU'amk feed
Ire, Uivcry to alt ports of lb. City..
Memtmttr , KlXti HTHMKT,
Aad IslcplVM. Na, ili
O. W MACMRLAKK, It. ft. MAC T RLASt.
Q. W. MACFARLANE 8t CO.
Importer. CotnmUIon MnrohaaU
nml Siinr Faolor.
Fire proof Huiklm. Oueen Mreft, Hoaolulta
KilrtueA mjwCo, KauiI,
I he U'fttlaj.u Sujif PUntatlon, Maul,
The Slower huf(r Plantatln, Hawaii
HonohitHi Sucar Co, llawati,
tliielobugir Mill, Maul.
HuelnSngftf PUntation. Maul,
M Alalia ut PUntation. Oalm.
Oakala Sugar Co Ililo, Hamd,
Olowalu S 11 iiar to. Maui,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii.
) row1r ,V Co'N),n. Plow ami PotUM Tramway
MIrrlcM, Vtn & CbN Sogar Machinery, Ctat(w,
(laow ami Honolulu Uneof Packet,
Liverpool iml Honolulu Unt v( Packett,
lndon and lUnoliilit I Ine of Steamer,
Min rire imuranct Lo cf London
0REWER A CO.
Offer for tale the cargo of the bark
Just armed, the folloing Kit of Mercnanilas I
Llyht Exprttt Wagon,
Kttentlnn Top Carrlay;
Common Woud Chair.
Pin. Barrel ahMfcs.
Jtj I ?-SS
It. Clissts, Nos ., 3, and ,
lobsters, i lb 11ns,
Beans, jib. Fins,
Hay Cutters, Not i, , and J,
Vatibanhi' tiealet, So: 7, H, lo, tt, lit-9,
Centrifugal Linings, 14 inches,
Cunposlllon Nails, tji inch and iK'nch,
Manila Cordage, Assorted,
Oalv, Fence Suples,
y Farmer. Boilers, 30 and .1 Cc4ks
Sisal Rope, Assorted
IVHuii- Metal Sheathing,
Annealed Fenae Ulra
Gals. Screws and Waali.
E W GOODS
HIT RICR1VRU (X
"Martha Davis," " Mallsgate," and eap.U u
" Mariposa" and other v,smU
Boston Card Matches,
Horse Shoes and Nails
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricating Oils of all kinds,
Cut Nails, all sites,
Clinch Nails, all s'usi.
Cotton Waste In bain,
Cheap Hun Clocks, '
Brown Soap, In cases.
Wit, Hanging Baskatsfor Ferns, ts.
line's Ptanratlgq Hues,
If Inch Goose neck socket lit.,
lie Cr.am I t.erers,
lawn Mowets, best kind,
C,'s Genuine Amoskeag Denims,
Case". Get uln. AnMskeag Mariners Strip,,
Besides a thousand articles in the Hardwat, Um always
So , ..peeled, not by the "Spartan," amt Ktm
W pl'te aswrlnieot of
Half Mleel flair and Jtrmkert,
Wuh estra Han lies, Utrms and Points.
All Iras, will be fou-a t tb, con,., k,Uk w, W
" L 0. Ht LL & SON. Limit id
QILLINGHAM k CO..
Ha. received a M l,n bfh favotll.
OUUasaraaa, Btaklaax Plow,
Rloa PUara aad Vunrnw Plow.
'Ih.s, Plows are all mad. from exu o.mallM
y th otitnal John D,er,Mc4l44riirwToftr
(he pion,,, VWueni plow iiiaiiufaclvnf'.J" .T. Tji
leel pluwork, in tfle world, r U H, 4 Si
nanufacli'r, , are atienls. -w. i
ApnjiJ stales of
CULIIVArORS. HARROWS, and HORSE HOK
OLD PATTERN MOLINE PLOWS
PUNTAflON TOOLS u, ALL KINDS
Differential Pulley Blocks
ll)tffuu Jack. ,.,
Fodd- Cullers, Oarden and Canal Harm
Paints. Paint OU aad Vuala
n.s raw, saru a.o ksi, isa xti.l
Wwul FcaxisMinj Coota
Ump, Cnandelitrt, atd LaotUM
tW Knr CckhU coualaasty arlrlssl
W, alostaiksay svmjiIo'hi retiuia4 U taw a,
au4 la scU at lavM (atca
m iJkttlbA1'. -avA j