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U&lxOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 7. 1884.
Whole Numher 197.
Volume iv, NuMiircu 41,
Th, future I'lotnetf tf The Honolulu
')( lie SfitU aM ftln)
The ideal pureiieil by tlicTrtutee of
the Honolulu Library and Reading
Hut fdr some time yet to rome. tlm
will probably not be iwwble. When
the protKl of the fair are turned
over to the treaiury; whn the new build
ing i finnhed and paid for, and the as
sociation takw Kwesion of it, new and
tominodiout home ftrrfrom Ml, the
1 urrint expctnes 01 ine iinuumon ami
future additions to the library Mill
remain to be provided for. I' or meeting
these cp'criSM, the awodation has
always depended mainly ujkjh the dues
of members, suplemcntcd by an
occasional benefit entertainment of
some kind. In the absence of an
endowment or any invested funds, our
main dependence miiyt still be upon
the same urceJr,ol' ifWnne. These
necessary expenses arclargrrtlian might
nt first sight appear. The care ofthc
building and the proper provision for
attending upon the wants ofthc public
will require the conMant employment of
two persons. The keeping the read
ing room constantly supplied with
some fiftv newspapers aiuHicriodicals,
the rennira of books., the binding of
tlie dtious pcriodicdsj'as'fast'as the
volumes nre coinpletcdtoether with
lights, ice and various nuno'rrrtiatters,
require u steady and reliable income
without which the usefulness ofthc
institution" must be of necessity crip
pled. The dues are not large, only
fifty cents. a mouth, lujablc quarterly,
and the advantages which the associa
tion offers are innnyiand great. All
that is asked is that Ihe. tour or five
hundred intelligent and educated
peiplc' among us whn'oiight to take an
interest in such an intcrprise'shall put
down their njtncsand pay their regular
duef ,' and the thing ran be done hand,
someiy. An institution ofthiskind,
- offering its advantages to all without
distinction of race, creed, sex or nation
ality, ought to secure at least four hun
dred renfilar members. The request is
moderate ana rcasonaoic one
scraps, magazine articles, and special
treatises relating to the islands. The
appeal is now made to all interested in
this project to contribute what they
tnny have in this line so that such treas
ures shall be accessible for the public
benefit. If any one does not wish to
makean absolute gift, such articles will be
received as a special deposit, and the
association's receipt given therefor.
ft has also been resolved to make
room for a musiral collection in our
hbrar), for helping the general cultiva
tion of music and for putting precious
compositions within the reach of the
publii. thereby improving its taste. In
Kurope it has been found that themost
wonderful results hae followed the
organisation of musical circulating
tibmries. There is now hardly any small
town in which some such institution
does not exist, and in the fact the de
mand? for the fmSlitv of reailire muiic
are sucli that the editors and dealers of
musical works find to their advantage
to have collections of different kinds of
music principally ocal and for piano,
hut some ot them numbering over too,
000 pieces which on payment of small
monthly dues, can be taken out, kept
and studied for a limited time, in the
same manner as books are to be pro
cured in circulating libraries. The
practice of this subscription plan has
proved it to be advantageous both to
the public and to the music dealers; to
thepulmc, because they can become ac
qnainted with different kinds of inusx
othenwsetoo expensive to purchase; to
the dealers, because pleasing pieces,
which it would beotiierwiscdifficult to
popularize, are gencrallyboughtby those
who have had the occasions of trying
them. An institution of this kind is
precisely what is wanted in this town,
where there arc so few occasionns of
hearing new and good music. We live
isolated in the middle of the ocean,
very few operatic troupes are ever
heard, and up to the present time the
only pieces of music to be found
were popular piano compositions, very
often the veriest trash, which American
editors could not gst rid of, and paltry,
'MITH & THURSTON, I W O
Attorney, ft' .rtir,
a j Mmcmw Stumt llnsmiiiLi
-SirlLUAM O SMITH & Co,
I L. A iHi'mTOfi I
VV. O. Smith f
.Stock ami Ileal rUlate ltrol.fr',
No H MekchAnt Smeiit llniouiie
LtlaWthtJ In iff )
Sujar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other Cor
poration Stock, Honda mid similar Securities
Hm'GHT ami Sotri on Commission.
Money losned on Stock Securities
C B. DOLE,
Counselor ot hni itntl .Votir Vublie,
Conits Four AKD MCMANTSt"!TS HtWOtVLt
II itltliwtl.tr, ,leireltr, Kitfrarrr, anil
So. 111 Tout St.Ear lloiratrti
All otders raittilu.ly esetuted. 31
loo ,1111 Shoemaker.
Ilooti and Shoes nude to Order.
No. 114 Knur St.. orrmtrE I'antiuon Stables.
P II. OEDING,
I'sirrm nnil ttritjmmi.
Freight, Pacluget, and UAgaje ilehrered to and from
allrartinr Honolulu arid vlcintty. Careful at
temion tuikI to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS F.XPRF.SSI.V FOR TIIF. TURrOSK
Telepiione Ml Residence fil Puntlihowl itreet.
Office. 16 King Street lH
PHILLIPS & Co
T EWERS U COOKE,
(SUCCMSOU TO I.BIVBM A l)-KOH,)
InipaHrrM unit I)itter In l.umhfr niirf 1
html nf llnltilliio Millrrlnln.
Forr Stt Honolulu
- C. COLEMAN,
lint r Aiortiif,
Ptintatio-l Machiner), etc
next to Cattle ft Coolce 'a.
Shop on Kini: Street'
CLARENCE W, ASMFORD,
Attorney, Solttttnr, Vtrt
No. 13 KAAHCMANf SfHrfT. HOHOLVI V
1T R. CASTLE.
Attorney itt -rttr ntt't Xotary t'tthtlr
Attfrt'l all the Court of th Klnloni
Attorney tttut Comttetor nt .flip.
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Atft t trthe ArhttntHettjemeitts to
OrriCE-With Smih k Thtirtton, Attoroei at Law
No. 35, Merchant bTUKKT.
titn-vrter ttmt H'tioteite Heater In Cloth
(nt llnntn, Shnea, Matt, Men i'tir-
'1MW117 tlotutt, ttnru (Iood, JAr
No. it Kaahlmanu St it st HoNnLlU'
O J. LEVEY A CO.,
H ho1entr a tut ttrtittt Grocer,
Fort Simt.r .UoNOLttu
FreOi ertxerie and proiiim of all Vlntl on hand and
rr tenet, reirulirlv from Kurore And America which
told at th jjftesl market ratci.
flood delivered to any trt ef the city free of charge,
lilandordm solicited and prompt attention will b
Ktvcn totheMtne. na.tv
IIT-ONO LEONO & CO.,
Aye nt fav Jfartnut Sittjnr, Patntnn Htee
And KailiiA Ulce I'lanutlon and Mill.
N'uimnu SrnskT. mCornkk Marine
f'opjier unit Sheet fron Worker,
Store and Itaitfjr.
tf all kinds riumWrs' nock anil metals, hotifte fumKh
Inj jjO"ds chandelier, Umpf etc
Nrti.'s Kaaiivmahu Sturit Hondlili'
M. OAT A Co.
.Mlni(i.ri', rlily of nil )eer(ona
tiimle unit rfHire,l.
Honolulu .11. I
l.oft In A F. Cooke '1 new fireproof bmldinti
EMMULUTII & Co.,
ISIIOP & CO., UanVen
IIOMOLLLr, INwAMAM iMASDt.
Draw Hnitante on
THE RANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agents in
Men. N M. ROrilSCIIII.il SONS,
tin COMMERCIAL IIANKINO CO,
Or SVIINLV, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL IIANKINO CO..
Ihe RANKS OF NEW 7EAL.Nll:
THE HANKS OF 1IRIV1S1I COLUMIHA,
VICTORIA, II. C AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tramttl a Gtiurol lljnUiig Btiiinitt.
tlh ami Vlumbrm, Ifeitterl
Htnrrt, Hniturt, Tin,
No. 5 Nuiavu Sranirr .Hokolulu
T W GIRVIN,
t.ofrinflor Mtirrfinnt 11ml fiHorril Denier
III Dry ilovitu,
Waiiukv, Maui . ..H.I
pjRS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Hitrffeniin nntl Itoimrpiilfile 'hiitelmiM.
X)r ptce curni Fort and Bbrstania Sts .
Office Hours Until o a. m., and from ij and 6:30-8 r.M.
a very mouerate ana rcasonaoie one common ..,ln re in3(S) g00(l only for
nnd we trust the public will cheerfully! ,.,. ',,, nmli,r ,Q, Th;, f, ,11
.1 1 t. 1 1 ."i'."'i '- i,vi .-.-. . ...- ..
and promptly respond It has been
resolved by the trustees of the library
that the benefit of its membership and
the faculty of drawing out from its
collection, would be extended to all
responsible residents of the i lawauan
Kingdom, who might wish to adhere
to the. rules of the assoiation. Con
scducmly, books can now be sent for
through the post, from the other islands,
to be kecpt a treasonableamountof time,
the cost of transmission beine the only
extra "charge made. Further particulars
on this matter can be obtained by
application to Mr. A. I- Smith, Treas
urer. .. This liberal measure will notably
increase the usefulness of our library
and reading room, and will supply a
long felt want of the residents of the
othtr islands all the more so, as it is
hoped that will now be possible to give
it a greater extension. To give fresh
attraction to the reading roonr it is
proposed to apply as large an appro
priation as posiihle to the purpose of
buying new books and of taking sub
scfiptions to different new reviews and
illustrated papers, the number of which
seems hitherto rather limited, although
the past resources of the institution did
not allow to do more.
decided to one
in which the members are requested to
enter any or all, the books they wish the
trustees to add to the collection. This
is done in all well managed public
libraries', and is the best way for the
readers" to manifest their wants and
wishes, as it is also the best guide for
the trustees to regulate their purchases.
VT D. EMERSON, M. D.
I'ltlntclmi timl Sttrttfoii,
Honolulu , , . II
Tblrfhonr Numbrr 140.
Office hour from 8!4 to toW a. m.: H to tH d
Office and Residence, No. t Kukul street, corner Fort
street . Jl
nnHEO. II, DAVIES & Co.,
(Latr Ianion, Gr.rn & Co )
Imjioilem mut Cmiiiiitimloti Merehmitu,
, AGENTS rOR
Lloj d s and the I.ieeroool Underwriters,
I'ntlsh and Foreign Marine Insurunci Cooipan), and
Northern Assurance Company, t
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
lktmRTRRSANIl DltALKR IN
iloote, Shorn, r'ltrntatllii IIiiihIh, ltilln,
Capi, Trunin, VittlneM,
Perfumery and Soaps, W'l ltham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
Cornfr Fokt and Mrrciiant Strtets, Honoiulv
inoilinc the popttla
tue more to be regretted that there is a
K,reat and general liking for music in
this community, and in the tact mere is
probably no other town 111 the world
where, for the proportion of popu
lation, so many pianos can be found.
Morcocr, the taste of the pubic seems
to be improving of late, and it is high
time that the niusirally-disposcd.student
should be able to find here instruction
and reference books on all kinds of
musical studies, both theoretic and
practical, from the history of music
down to the modern harmony and com
positon, and for any instrument as rell
.is for sinitin". It is now intended
that the Honolulu library should thus,
in the near future, gradually supply the
musical wants of the community, and
put our amateurs in the way of studying
the standard works of the great masters,
includintx the most favorite operas. In
other words, it is intended to adjoin, if
possible, to the collections of books, a
musical circulating library, the founda
tion of which was undertaken two years
ago by the writer, and began with a do
nation of b joks and sheet music from
his own library, and a modest sum of
tn a! tlin InctllllllAn Itlfl .' ...
.s ui un, iibwi, ,,, "'" nioncy for the purchase ot the nrst cie
nore. It lias also been s;ralj work t0 these were added a
n a "book of requests Lencrous gift principally dance music,
oy the wormy icauer 01 me Hawaiian
Uand, Mr.H. Herger, and a ery hand'
some don-ition by the leading and well
known musical firm of O Ditson, in
Boston. Hut the lack of funds pre
vented any futher increase, and in fact
the present collections have been judged
insufficient to be yet opened to the
public. It is earnestly hoped, how
ever, that new gifts will be soon
forthcoming, now that the library will
be coimnodiously settled in its new
building, and also that a moderate sum
will be annually devoted fir purchasing
select musical works, which would prove
also of the. greatest use in lheeent of
a conservatory ot music Deing created
here, as it has been rumored. A. Afar
tjuts, in the spirit of the fair.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Dnlltnl ItooM on 'or Strrrl,
Honolulu . . . .H. I.
Office in Brewer's Mock, comer Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. I
illiam b. McAllister,
lie nt l Mi,
PERMANLNTLV LOCATE O IK HONOLULU.
Office, corner ol Fort and Hotel street, over Ireloan't
Particular attention paid to restoration gold nllings.
Kelvin on cood work at rcaton.-iblc chantes to sain
the confidence of the public. M ftn
EO. l. babcock,
(LATE Or OAKLAND)
Teacher of the Piano-Forte. Address, LVCAN & CO.
Kusidenck No, 10 IZmma itreet. iSj-ty
r E. WILLIAMS,
iMrORTRR AND IBALtK H
I'liriittinr of tUffff J)eierlittoii, AImo
Uphulxtcrcr and Manufacturer.
Furniture Wareroim Mo. inn Vnrt 9tirttt. Wnrlc.
vhop at old stand on I lotel hire et. All order promptly
attended to. 43
Gror-er.et, Hardware. Stationery,
Perfumer) and (l.mwarc.
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Enalne, Hotter, Sugar Mttt.
Vootvr, Iron, JSrtt and l.wad Catting,
Hosoiulu . ) . .. ,, II. I
Machinery of every devription made to order.
Particular attention oaid to Shin's lilac It smithing
Job work executed on the nhorteiit notice, 10
q-HOS. G, THRUM,
InropTiNO and Manufacturing
Stationer, Xetv A orat, Printer, Hook
And publisher ol the Saturday Pnisand fatvai!
ih Almanac ami Annua , Merchant stieet. Deal
er in Fine stationery. Hook, Music, Vay and lane)
(Jood. Fort i.t reel, near Hotel, Honolulu.
CASTLE A COOKE,
Shipping and Commllon Merchant,
No. So Kino Stkkrt
HACKFBLD ft Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
tMl-OKTERS AND DtALERt IN
Agent 1 for
The Hitchcock 9c Company's Plantation.
The Ale tander & Haldwin Ilaitaiion.
R. Halueid, or AVaialo.1 PUiiution.
A. H. Smith ft Company, KoIoj. Kauai.
J. M. Alexander. Haiku, Maui.
The HaiVu Sugar Company,
Th Kohnla snear Company.
HamaVua Plant at (ou
Die Union Insurance Company ot San Franicvo.
'Pie New lltiland Life Inumnce Company of Hsto
The ItUke Manufacturing Company of Uostun.
D. M Weston's Patent Cetitriftittl Machine.
Hie New York nnd Honolulu Prcket Line.
Ihe Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San tranclMro
Dr. Jaynes A Snn's CeteSrated Medicine.
W.'cn k Hit W tieer Minnf(iurini Company,
Wheeler U Wilson's Sewing Machine. 1751 r
JOHN T, WATERHOUSE,
Impoiter and Healer In General Mr
chaudlme. Queen Strket ..Honolulu
HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
No. 7 QUXIV STkEUl. ,. Honolilu
Member of the Honolulu Stock and I tond Exchange.
Is urenared to buv and sell StocLsand Uonds in the
open market, at the uiuat rate of commission.
Has money to lain on Stocks. Snull martinj re
quired on Tune Contracts.
ui advise as to investments v. lien reueted.
O HALL & 0N
lMfORTSRS AND DEALERS IN
IntiOttrrn ami Cummtmlini Metrhant,
HoNOLUtu Oahu. H. I.,
TTVILLINGHAM & Co.
Itajtottcm and lieatem In ilardaare, Cut
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 3; Fort Strrbt ... Honolulu
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer ami Healer In General Mer
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu
Carpnnler and Ituitdcr,
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
leleplione No. 130, Williamson's Kxprest Office.
Shot, No. 84 Kisu Sthkkt. . Hosoilh
fNO. O. FOWLER A Co.,
INVOICES Cr NEW GOODS,
Tji llarki Kale and MuttUn
Consistlnit in .art of at lollows '
A LavrsiK Aimortnienl ol D17 OootU,
Denlins, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
Injt, Turkey Red, Merinos Mack and
colored, 4 qualities, Rippi, Alpacas,
Cobourjs. Italian Cloth and
BUck, Otoe-craln, Fancy, Colored and Stilped
Barcsre, Crepi, Me.,
Mcti't Furtitithhift OootU,
Shirts, Woolen, Mlaed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
lie, Merino aud Cotton Uudershlrts, White
'Boaom Slilrta, Socka ft StockloKS.CIorll
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a largo In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine BUCk Cloth Coat and
I'ants, Buckskin Sicks,
Panti and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Hants,
Bora Shlrta, and
Children'! Jackets, 1.
R. Coats ft LeicinKS, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets. Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasola, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
TO miU iuu r Sliv, wiim,. t,i null au um,
Ik and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
O. W. SIS.CF III AMI, H I. UltrUl.
Q W. MACFARLANB A CO.
Iniioreri, Cumraliilon MurelsUito
nntl StiRrir Fnoiorav,
Fire proof Iluildmit .Queen itreet, Itonolulia.
Kilaiiea itizar Co, Kauai,
I he Waikapu Sufiar llanlatlon, Maul.
The Sn-:er Sujar riaiitation, Ha.au
Honohtna Suzar Co, llairad,
HueloSmar Mill, Maul,
lluel. Sucar I'lantatlon. Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar La,, liana,
Makah.1 buitar I'Untation, Oahu,
Ookala bttpiar Co. lido, Hawaii,
VJiowaiu -uaar S.O, Maui,
luuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
ro.ler JL Co a Steam rki-e and Portable Tramwiv
sn.t . t .i
f!rtla. VlkAt1 At rnaR.iaav itarkl.-n !& .'
"., ' 7 , , 1 , , , ,. "I a"V".,
uufvw ami Honolulu Line Ol rackets, , j?
Livripo-il And llcnolulil Une of I'actets,
lxndun anl Honolulu Line ofSieaniera,
bun lire Insurance Co. of liOmlcn.
Arm prepared to fitrnlh Plan and Etl
tnatr for Stect
With or without Cars and laocomotivei, S(eciar.y
ADAPTED rOR SUGAR PLANIATIONS.
tela Carpeting &UI
White and Fancy Blankets,
rancy -ainpeu wou.ru, iwd siares. "
Scatlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Permanent Ratlwa, and I locomotives and cars, Trac
tiuu V urines and Kovt Ixcomotivcs, Steam
Plotichini and Cultivating Machinery, Purl
able Engines for alt purposes, ", indine
lnmnal rVsi- (ivlin.a '
T AINE & Co.
Com in I moii Merrhn nt.
Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu .. -. II. I
E. McINTVRB ft BROTHER,
I .Jm.iSi a JI1..7 atfj.a.r Mtjlfjr
Cor: Kiwand Fort Sts .HonOiuli
W. PEIRCE He Co.
Ship Chandler and Vommlmtton Mer
chant, HnsoLUi u, Hawaiian I slant,.
A uents for Brand Guns and Roinh Lances and Per
r" Davis' Pain K.1I ler.
M. G. IRWIN & Co.
Jfaiviriire arid liriirrnl Merchmultne,
CORNBK OF KlG AND FOKT STKtKTb, HONOLULU
William Hall. . .. . President and Manager
U C. Abies . . .Secretary and Ireasurcr
George C Howe .... ...Auditor
Directors H. May, K. O. White. iji
As soon as xhc new library building
is completed, tjie commiite expect to
prepare and published a printed
catalogue of the books now numbering
nliotit j.ooo titles. A special appeal
will lie' made for futher donations of
books, nnd it is hoped that many valuable
books will be thus secured. Then,
with the library fund such as will be
secured bv the fair, and the Kencrous
biibscrintions of the community, books
will lie oitrchasetl to fill out any de
partments that mnv be deficient. After
that, supplementary catalogues will be
printed, quarterly, pcriups so urn
members may know at a glance what
books are in the library.
O M. CARTER,
An, nt tu filA. Acknowledgment, f
triift, to Labor,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
A llilo Mn.lt,
All inc morning, 111c aminuy vuilc ui
For the Staif of Califor.ua. for tr. !Iaiian Islands.
ami uenerat Aitni lor sue raciuc .Mutual i.ne in
snrance Company of CnhfonuA. 141
Sugar Factor and CotntniMitan Agent,
CLAUS hrRRCKEUt. WM. C )HvlS.
Honolulu . ...H,
Honolulu, H, I.
lle-ef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
and VI nh
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
.Sausages, Piotocnat. etc., alwajs on hand. Our nicat
are all cut and put up in Kastcin stjle. All oiders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel btreet, between Union and Foit
Sireets. 406m) (J. RAUPP, Profnetor.
bneines for Inclines.
apnt ot the atove I'unti anj Machtnerv
lite offices of ihe undersiened. L (iULKiV and
O. W. MACFARLANB Ac CO.. Atjents for Jno. Fow
ler it Co.
graphs ot the a1ove PlanU and Machlner
llustratlons, ModeU and Photo
may b seen
DHEWEH & CO.
Offer for Sal. the cargo of the bark
Just arrUtd, the fotlowtnf lit I of Meecbattdias) 1
TAght Expre Wagon,
Kxtenton Top Carving,
Si earn Coal,
m Common 00J Chairs
vA U -latches.
In Hairs 1 Shook.
O T I C E.
P P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer mill Commtlon Merchant,
Queen Shut . . ., Honolulu
jq A. SCHAEFER a Co.
Ininox tei, ami Comnillon Merchant,,
Merchant Street.. . ., . Honolulu
xriLDER & Co.
.iiiiifjor, I'alnt,, Oils, all,, anil llutttllnn
Material, of erery klmt.
Cor. Fort and Quren Sts. .Honolulu
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Iffent to take Acknowledgment, to Con
tract, jar Labor.
Intrrior Office Honolulu
" The question has suggested itself to
the trustees whether theie may not be
in the government library, duplicates
which might be spared or possibly
books in the line of general literature
having no special fitness, for a library
nf that'klnd which, we take it. should
be . collection, mainly of technical
works useful for consultation by the
various departments of the government,
or seciaUies rekrring to .Hawaiian or
. I ? . .. Ot. mal.l lrsA.,1 tilt
l'Oiyncsian maucrs. ouuum nun m.
any such volumes as we speak of, might
they not" ue wen inspiiscti ui uy w
trusttng to the keeping of our associa
tion, when it shall have taken possession
of the new building nnd show thai it
has passed bejond the stage of ex
periment and entered the region of
assured success. One of the desirable
things in connection with the library is
a cabinet of Hawaiian antiquities and
curiosities. A beginning is already
made in this direction. Any one who
has such articles, nnd is willing to part
with them for the eood of the public,
may be assured that any such gift of
however trifling value will be appre
ciated and used tu the best advantage.
There ought to he a caiunei mica witn
uch articles as maika stones, nosellutcs,
Vapa markers, etc, which will illustrate
the modes of life in by gone day., and
also a s:abinet of the natural prodiic
lions woods, fruits, dowers, etc, as
well .it mluerotogiul and biological
specimens. Who will contribute to
the noiruhritv and value of Ihe library
iit tint ilepaitment? Articles may be
left at anytime with the janitor, and
will be greatfully acknowledge by the
trustees it is prppoeu iq organize
lUwaiiau Arclwcologvcal Society, to
meet quartctly at the library. It i
hoid to' secure for ihe library a com
nlete collection of book. pamnhkts,
papers, and periodical. published at the
lUiuU; ftiii alf9. books, newsppet
the waves kept callmg me "Come,
come," it seemed to say; but the clouds
hung low, and Irequent showers helu
me under the shelter of broad veranda
roofs. At lennth about 4. I'. M. the
curtain of grey parted, and a glint of
sunlight added its enticement to the
sound of the waves. So I ventured
forth, equipped with umbrella, over
shoes, and long water-proof. But a
few steps lay before me, for the pretty
village of Hilo lics at the very foot of
tnegrjtiu mountain tnai springs trout
the depths of the sea and towers
tin and away, sweeping in a magnifi
cent slope into the realm of perpetual
snow. Very soon 1 was upon the main
street, full of busy idlers. A group of
native boys were ham at work playing
--..a.-t-.. ?. si... HtiSil A aT.... A-Nitltri.ij'aa-
piaroics m iit num. ic i iais.1
growth inside an open door were dili
gently poising niniaru sucks, n kiiui
of foreigners blocked up a saloon en
trance, where iced drinks, (without the
ice), were flourishingly advertised and
where an immense and gorgeously col
ored poster announced the astonishing
feats of the lately arrived circus troupe,
the feats no dojbt as veracious as the
iced drinks, Chinese babies, mini
ture duplicates of their long-wigged
papas, and Chinese women, with their
glued hair stuck full of ornamental
skewers, m.ule ihe only other noticable
objects in the street, till reaching the
comer, a well-known foot-path diverged
mlu the sand and brought ine close
upon the beach, whose resoundings
had enchanted my car. the whole long
Ah a shower now. Never mind,
up goes the umbrella, , 'lt is a joy"
some one has sung "to listen to the (Mi
ter of ihe rain drops on ihe roof." How
merrily they Uo come down and Winnie
off therdgel Only I wish, as 1 have
often wished before, (lut an umbrella
could be constructed so as lo leave my
hands free. Who knows but the time
will come when the now clumey pro
tector will be fastened to our shoulders,
or possibly perched on the top of our
.oaciutfctj on lounn pf -
TOHN H. PATY.
Voliiriy t'nhlle nntl Coinmltiton of Deed,
For the Slates oT California and New Vwrlc. Ofnce
at tne Hank of llishop R Co.
Honoiulv, Oahu, II. I.
toa anu io roKT Street ... .
Pictures of all sires anj Limit nude to order, and
frames of all desirliitions constantly on hand Also
Corals, Shells anil Curiosities of the I'acihc.
wTatthmaker ami Jeweler,
Watcli repairing made a Speciality.
Ml orders from the olhei lslan is promptly attended to.
MESSRS. R. MORE 8c. OO.
King Stmfet Honolulu
Would be lo notify the Public that they
hate lust received a shipment of the famous
I'Elt FUJI i: RY,
Genuine Kau de Coloene( I.ubin's Hx
tracts, 'lollct Soaps, rhilocome; I lair
Oil, O.nbs, IxioLinc ()laM-t, Pirs, 1.
K. Halls, Harmonicas, lllank rlooka,
(Joid I-sf. Jewelry, flold Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums'
Extension, Arm, Dinins room and Parlor Chalis,
S.ltees, Mirrors, eic,
Saittllem, Calftkln,, alrth,, .lllrriin Leather
Hemp i. I K. Packins, Coal llasltets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Plates, Cuns. Teapots,. Dowls, Chambers,'
slir. and llakers. IJcmiiohns i and s
Gallons, Sample Hollies. Vases and f.lassware, Manila
and Iarred Kope, Coal Hags, Ounnies, Line.
Uurlaps, Wuolpack anu I wuieu dacKuis,
Cot t li nui
:v i tinc.
let OicMi, Not. t, j, And $, s
Iobin, i-Ib. lint,
ttcum. jib. Tint,
Spruce I'Unlts. (
Hy Cutters, Not. i, t and 3,
A It, (jreu.e.
Fttlrbank Stale, So, 7,8, SO, St, JIT-,
Cenirifuf.! I-inin, 14 inch,
CianKMit,on Naiti, i)i Inch and tU ncli,
Manila Conla, Assorted,
No. S3, IlorKLSrKFET,.
ileteeler anil Jitnmnnd Netter,
N060 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
(Opposite llolliittrt Co ),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
jar, '. t.
er,t a. s a trailer
liUI, of furniture
Telephone No. 143
t& Anyperson wishlnRtopurvhascasewinxmachttie
would do well toexamine them.
SUGAR and KICK BAGS
o all sires and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
bait In Jars, Castor Oil in tin., Mitchesl
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. H. Whit. Lead,
Stearin. Candles, 4, J. and 6, II. & P. Ulscult,
llubbuck'a Linseed Paint Oil, Whit. Zluc Pain
Oermttn and Hitvttnn Glgam,
Plated ware Spoons, Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets, Cups, Napkin Kings, balvsrs, etc.
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
importer and CainntUtian Merchant,
Nuuanu Stkbxt. Honolulu.
ALLEN A ROBINSON,
Denier in Lumber and alt kind of IlnUd
in it Material, Paint, Oil, Salt, etc,,
Honolulu, It. I., Q
AGXNTS Or tCKOONRRt
Halenkla, Kulamana, Kekiuluohl, Mary Elltn.
U II am a, rauahl .tnd LeaJiL
At KoV,ruoni Wharf i
(rORMEBLV WITH BOLLBS St, CO.)
Wholesale and Jtctalt Grocer,
tu. KincStkbkt ...UNiitk Harmon v Hall.
ramily. PU.itatioti, and Ship torct tupplied at fchort
uottcr. New Rax! Kr every turner. Ordrt from
the other UUndfaiihrtitly executed.
'Itlcphone No 119.J 7St)T
r YCAN & CO,
Importer ant Dealer in nit kind of
Mut Good, I'ancg Good,
Not. ioj AND 107 Fort Strrbt.
Kumiture( Chairs. Sewmx Machine!. Mlnort anj
Mirror I'Ute, 1'ictitrt I'rainet n4 Cornues nude to
CUREWEH A COMPANY.
General Mercantile and Comutilot Agent
QlkBN STKtkT, HnwottLU.
OtTiccrt-11. C lone. Jr.. Drtkident and mAnazer!
lOftphO, Carter, ireauircr nA etTTtwy. Uirectortl
llobt. CbarlcA K. lluhopand II A. I1.
May, auditor. ,
Importer of General Merchandle from
J'rance, Knghtnd, Germany and
the United State,
Vo, 5S QUBRN STHRT HONOLUI
TTYMAN BROTH EHS
16 ANPIlSCALIPOkNIA SrKEttT...SAN FKACttCO.
IartlcuKr attention paid to filling &nd khippinj It
land, outer '
D C. ROWt,
Hon and Sign Painter,
Pal Hangkr. etc.
No. 107 Kino Stkbrt
X1T0LFE Sl EDWARDS,
" V IMrOKTBftS ANU DRALKHt IN
Groeerlra, Proeteton niul Feed,
Cor. Ktso and Nuuanu St. Honolulu
Freh Good by evrry tteamcr.
(', O. llox ijo. 94f Ictephout 3
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vettment Company (limited.)
Money tainei for long or thort period on appro red
teciirity. Apply lo W. I.. GKEEN,
OlTice Ilea sx r UIocl, Fort St. Manager.
r number of superior
DoublR-barrel Brtch-loRdlag ShotOttiu,
WinchMttr Rifles, Kenntdy RIAt
Smith e Wiuon RevsWtrt.
A' full RMortraent of CART RIDGES, brau and
paper tliell ; -mi bpurtMiicn't Gencnil bupplict.
tV Call and examino our Stock t
Hat Ine In our emolov r fintUu Lock and Gun
Smith, axe re,ioed to do all kind of rrpauiog lit a
fmtctatt manner and on thort notice.
Swing Machine repaired and atJated
And all Lindt of Irun Work made and repaired.
1 7 1 -1 r.
and Catcher Kntvet, Scittort, Shee Sheai.
diet, bpooui. Met, Spurt, Os! vanned Uaunt
loop irou, Kec niveit. lumnwii. i no
Mtul tid Coinpotmon Naitt, Clarifiert
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolert, I rot
Plra CUy, BUcktmlth Coal. Fir Brtcki. Tile
Empty Barrels. Oak Boata, Ac.
Order t from the other Itlaodi carefully tended to.
, Unekfetd Co,
GaU. Fence Staple,
Farmer' Bollen, to and es'Cotk
Sita) Rope, Attortad
Amet' 5hoU. T .
Tetlaie Metal Sheathing,
AnntaleU Fence Wlra
Galv, Screw andVatli
Ac, c, Ac
r W. H1NGLEY ft CO.
Man fact nr ere of Havana Cigar,
IMFOMTKKt AND hRALKRt IN
a nd Smoker' ArtlcletJ
The mott complete ttock in the klngdu n.
King ttreet, (near AUVca) HonUuIu.
Healer in Choteet Mlccf, Veal, Mutton, Me,
No, 0 Qlbrn Stkkt, FttH MARtvRT.
Family and Shipping orden carefully attended to
IJv Stock funutlied to Veuelt at thort notice,
Vegetabtet of alt kladt tupplled to order,
TKiBritaxK No. tt
S, CRINBAUM A Co,
Importers nnd Wholale Healer in Gen
Makik' Block ..Qua.. St hit, Honolulu
T YONS ft LEVEY.
Auctioneer nnd Cnmmtton Merchant,
IlrAVk tlLncic, QuttKN Sthkit, Honolulu.
Sale of furniture. Stoik, Real F.ttate and General
Mcuhartd, promptly attended to. Sle at;cutt for
Mnertvan ana r.uropean mrcnn.ii 11, i.xini,
1 S r
Fahlannbl, Itret ami Cloak Maker.
No. lot t'ntr Sraur IIonulll
McCHUSNEY ft SON,
BNSON. SMITH. CO.,
ill amu us, FORT STREET.
WISEICKE ft KHttK' CSISISATSO UUHOlOrATHIC
V .r-'av Verfnmett't
No , NUUANU St., HONOLULU, II. 1.
8TOVE8 aad RANGES,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Lead
ripc,(a)vanlied Iron, I'ip. and Killings, tlrassGood.
all sires. Artesian Well and Irrigating pipe. The us.
ual Tin anj Iron ware, llaths, Closets Sinks. Wash,
stands, alarhU and Erumld lroa7ln stock and foi
Sale si reasonable rates. & "
TtsUshotM No. Sll. 'MV
EWERS & COOKE
Are constantly receiving additions to their LAlsGC
and WELL bKLCCI F.I) hi OCK of
NOR' WEST LUMBER.
RBD WOOD LUMBCR,
SHINGLES rOSTS. etc
I'me, Oak, Ash, Kna, llhulwatnul, Cedar
Do. e a 6 lo 4 6 a 10-6.
Window.; s 010 1 1 a 40 In.
lisr ascEivEo be
TIIF. COVIMON SINSE NURSING BOTTLE
UE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
Leather, Utile,, Tn'tmr- ami CohuiI..Ioii
Agears for the Royal luap Comnr.
No. 41 Qieen Slant
fVr S. CRINBAUM Co.
t'oriearillHti unit rtfrrsiHlaaUis Merchant,
ui 4 Calis-oema S r.. Sae t ka.ci.cix.
Special tactlules for and particular allsmwn paid to
coosi9nmeft of sslaisd Lrolu sw a
I'i.Me.r .siren i
Nu-uUr 11 llossl ui.ti,
0.imlv JfnMVirr(i stM.I
..".''"' . . II. I?
satry Couk aiul Uaker
lWfwe4 Fott aiKt Nuuaviui
Pntctlett Watchmaker, 4
1 Kna STrr .HoitotVLu
Importer of Ainca Jewelry 0 etery detcrip
tiou. (FMrlyr4 Sn rratKivM, CaMoraUt.) 50
ITJ.siMl. ssMd Wall nsiitlasi
No. w, Kvvanv Sr;r.
A U SMITH,
laHlsorter iswl Dealer lit tllnt,irae,9
Uerlilen Mrs-rff.ilnl llilr.,
No. 44 Ioet iiaur HokvLviv
Klnc's CombtnaiLsa .spectacle, and EyeUsses,
Lustra! V"m U'are, rancy !vm, liur. Fr.4l, Pis
tols. VV'osteJsVJot'. I'wckit CuiWy. lo.vUr, bb-4 and
ArosaiuaJMi. Clark's Spool CaUsm, IImdio. Od, all
Hods of Uachia. Nes)4la,''Oovel'' Par Fashloaa.
Swl. afasvi of lb. uiuseruUy ackoo.IslfW La,L.
Rwsuio Doossaiic bs.ta Martsiis.
ANNUAL FOR 1884.
I, mow .eadv roa piLnsey
and IsUMnJ none of its predecessors so. Intetesl and
I'rke, pwcsvpy, ion. or, by null abroad, o cs.
a 3 IIO J. O. THItl'M,
D. M, CROWLEV (fjrrserlyal llru.sl haeins; n.
tared low uartntnliip uh MR. IIUCII HAS 1 1 L, ll
new htm will b. known .s
oiowlex a 00.,
Hom-sls iL, Felnitry ijlh. 1M4.W
Messrs. II. HscarELO A Co., A(Mt 1ian.Ms.ntsc
Hi lasurans. Company, lloaotul. & eVsVfa)
lUr Aitf I bso- rsrat so lur ray iMisiM i.sai,
for h liasvolaie liberal Mltlestieiu of lh. bMliaus
nued thruufh lb srssirucliuo l.j- r of sy plac. sv
feia. la k.hala iiuuta' th. buhl bfth. lotk LftsiaaL
I cossssder U my duly 10 .:osoBa4 lb. ItvsruaAc.
dapajiy iur .bleb you aj lb Ak4s lo all ptIMS
oestfsxii 01 prosvciuur lomv pros.ny wv saHtian.
VVbi-uta.i t Wn.hi's.
Hit II tier' Hardware,
Qf which w. ke.p a An. asMrtmeia
t'M-.Viil(,Ai lo (JUii.
Oaleaniied Nails, j d 10 eV d I Spikes, J to I In ,
CorruftsMl OssUsaaUaHl Iron Koalaaj
6, 7, I and 9 fret lenetha.
GalsanUed Strews and RUiings.
fEWER I'll'E, Ta, ElUws Traps, c. v .
,-s.l I Ins.
lens Cotia Clil"nUs and Cliiuitsey Hpe, cheaper
and far superior Id Ursrk IMuimea.
FAINIKRS' ANU GLAZIERS' GOODr,
In t-arUtlr. now due fior. llokon( par B.(r
' ll.lvia "
"Martha Davis,"" Mallsgsi.," and eipKlasl m
" Mariirosa" and other vmmIs,
Iloston Catd Matches,
Hots Shoes and Nails
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricattni Oil .f all kinds.
Cut Nails, all it,,..
Clinch Nails, all aim. !
Cotton Waste In bale.,
Hlaclsi.lih s Hslto.s.
Ch.ap Rim Clocks,
llrown Soap, in c.ss,
Win llanilni llaskus for Funs, 4W.
Lan s Plantation llota,
H inch Goose uk Sucaas Him,
Ic Cream Freexers,
Il. n Mowers, best kind,
Case's Genuine Anioskeair Denims,
Case's Genuine Amokca( Mariners Slripa.
Besides a thousand ailid.s pi lU llardwars Uast arsny.
Soon cted, not by lb. "Fparlsa," a mo t,
plcl. assortment of
II all', i.f rtoic, unit Hrraken,
Willi istra llaivllss, Hums and 1'w'nll.
All Ihesa will b fouud al the corner brkk Men of
o I- O. HALL A SON. Uawtd.
MIB GENUINE ARTICLE.
COI.UMUIA RIVER SALMON
B.UU-J, ISM 0a.
F.TttT drCTlpt.'f Funutuie at Wu
rsjnued bu It at - ".
la Silk, lloruliair, and Mhel CoeriliS,
fSOM V llfWABlM.
Eltfaal cov.rieis and liuoiuinjs,
Juit iscsiird fron Portland, Onsjoa, by
CASTLE 4 COOKE.
These Fish can U (.lied uooa u Fltli fan.
For sal I. qusoiaies to sui soyt at la.rn snark.1
OSrON aad "CHALLENGE
7. IffXa MXMMMT.
la. CARTBR S. f. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO,
riRKwoon, coau'a.d feed
HAV Ao OATS.
Fn Delivery 1. all poru of lb CUy,
I, MMMtl MTUKKT,
aVTtleasW. Nts, ijj
NOTICE OP COPYRIGHT.
Il It rente tote red thai on tKe tad dav of Llav. a. u.
1 We, f rcoVrkk lUgU, tbow feiaUtne in Htyeiululia, lUn4
of Oahu, H, l.hirrrtfd4KwnhlMUlnU4WAc
tu etKMrc IArui ithU Vlrtjdoi Ly aetwia fc
w U CtTtHce. aM-rnve J th' lid oi ltxti-r. 4. 11.
1M4, la deiu(btie4 in thlt Utk thi titletof hie U4
tm kiw hw laova, eHij 1 "icKaMkira Havaiuh
IlRKtrrOkV.Ml'amjE.daft' a alltV liUtVaTluV aJ " ---
.kivJbatvl Ukvkcif Mm Ku,titmn4 fwaaL civIm mm.
cextiuuktiip (sXu 4 UntfMtt, tutd rtwdmc fi hm fttfv I
p4HiIWnUthiy of flMMluUan4 I aUiid at Qh
AUm u a4 Mt9 U all pUidvr vUMMton aaj
turft uMBCKutMas majfdaotta, MitVu iitW nnifciiici
aud U.u re.Uvtnu (ftij Cmh ukI ClkdjieaeJ U
hotr.rbJuistoflLr wkh uatMtcai demnplm
ufU (foawirsM ewertMMk 4 Uditatiica, amee U
travel aliitM-nf;tilfit4 th tnwfail tAaacrfaiitraat
ten the Hewu4ut tIaa4tv, t4t4 f hi4 lM4te
Uaiot, ih ntw ti w'lkh Wsvk h Aiw aa awW.
In ttlluMty LWrcf, I have haweuma m m? kavi4
VHrifMd the ltf tba IweeiSir fiawtatea)i l t
t&ae4 at Hoiulo, Uue 4 tley U Ur, tMa. ,,
Cm, Ta iUiwu;
U'AtV Uifthla of 1 laaeeW.
K. iivl. a 1