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tuiv V. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J UNI- i,f 1884.
Whom; Numiusk 198.
Volume iv, Numiikk 42.
Thomas GoUJ Appleton died in Dos
ton the other day. He was one of the
wittiest of modern Aristophanes n
not wittier. It is well that the wittiest
of modem Americans survives to wtite
a brief biography; Oliver Wendell
Holmes knew "1'om" Appleton at his
best He might Iuivt written a volume
about him Pethaps his short paper
in the June Atlantic is all the more
charming for its condensed wealth of
tribute. 1 cannot resist quoting one
passage "A little more than sixty jcars
.ico, if one could have looVcd in at the
garden or climbed up to the garret of
.No,; walnut street, he might have
seen three boys in mantles and tlouli-
lets and other stage appurtenances en
acting the scenes of some truculent
melodrama. One of these boys was
our vivacious and inventite friend, who
must, I think, have been stage man
ager and chief costumcr. The second
was a boy of striking beauty, with
dark waving locks, who as a prince, or
at a poet, or, with an inky cloak and
a suit of solemn black, as a youthful
Hamlet, would have seemed the very
ideal of his part This was the future
historian whose name is known and
honored in all the academics of the
world, whose books arc read in all the
most widely spoken tongues of hur
ope, John Lothrop Motley. The
third little boy, with the singular sil
very thrill in his voice, I remember
it well in the mother from .hom it
descended to him, this third little
boy, the afterglow of whose more than
auburn hair came from some ancestor
whose sun had set before my day, was
the embryo orator whose voice was so
recently silenced Wendell Phillips."
rushes and wondered why there was
neera lotus in the near foreground! ..Jjv.
ana neni hit car iu t an m inc i.w uini
murmur of the vocal Memnon. Then
I went luck and read another chapter
and another, till I had finished the
.tool. And lo it was .1 r m., and the
hungry pot huntcts came wearily home ;
but the supper which should have been
was not. Never mind what they said j
it was but SvWM compliment to my
appreciate c stmliousncss.
SMITH Ik THURSTON, I V (), Shun,
1 1. A. Tiii'Wfui
Allornrin nl f.nifi
No. jl MeitiNT Staairr
Tom Appleton wrote a good deal,
first and last. Most that I know was
dilettant work, alike careless of pur
pose and of fame, but he wrote one
book a thin volume of perhaps a hun
dred and twenty duodecimo pages
which 1 shall never forget. It was
about the Nile, and he wrote as
charminglyas I'rimcor Curtis or"Dudu"
Fletcher or Charley Stoddard ; but in
a vastly different way. There was not
a line of"rincwriting"from thcfirstpage
to the last the other books arc full of
it jits sylewassimplidty simplified andyct
the solemn rhythm of the crooning
Nile was a refrain to every sentence. Yet
perhaps I ought to admit that I came
to know the book under peculiar cir
cumstances. I was in Stockton, Cali
fornia, in the winter 0P75. I was one of
little hunting party of three who
had arranged with Dick Godfrey and
his "ark" forawcek'sduckshootinginthe
tules. Perhaps there are some read
er of the Press who have never seen
a San Joaquin-River "ark." In brief
it is a house with a boat under it or a bait
with a house on top of it as you
please. It has just keel enough to give
it the necessary resistance. A mast
runs through the roof and a square
sail takes the wind, when necessary to
beat against tide or current. Some of
these arks are very comfortable and
Dick Godfrey's was the best one on the
river. It had four bunks and a ham
mock, a square table with the mast in
its centre, a bath tub, a mirror long
enough to reflect an elaborate ball train,
three or four good chromos of general
subjects and a little library in which
were Worcester's Unabridged and Zell's
Cyclopedia. No ordinary pot-hunter
was Dick Godfrey, though he had shot
wild game for twenty consecutive win
ters. He remembered when elk and
grizzley bear were so common around
San Joaquin that, in season, he could
be sure of half a dozen of the former
and at least one of the latter in almost
any day's hunting. In 1840 he had
graduated from one of the eastern col
leges, had studied medicine, had given
that up and had dabbled in newspaper
work. He was trying very hard to be
a lawyer when the gold e.citement of
'49 broke out He came to El Dorado
on the comb of the first wave, which
left him stranded in-thc hamlet halting
place of Stockton in the spring of '50.
He had been obliged to quit mining by
a siege of rheumatism, and May of '50
found him convalescent in Stockton,
with a rifle and a suit of clothes, a Bi
ble, a pocket Shakespeare and enough
money to buy about forty rounds of
ammunition. He began to hunt elk
and griwley chiefly for their skins. He
reversed the natural order. He became
hunter as a means of livelihood ; he
continued it as a pastime. From 1850
to 1875 he had never been further
away from Stockton than San Francisco
and since 55 he hail not failed in
spending at least four months of each
year in the heart of the tules, his only
communication with the world being
the river boats by which he sent his
game to market He was not morose,
or moody or solitary but he learned to
love the muddy river as his dearest
And now one of the writticst of New-
Yorkers is dead also. A bright man in
a different way from Tom Applcton's,
he was not less a prince in tlic realm
of table-talk. Sam Ward was one of the
least known of Americans. All the
Ivnglish scaking and reading world
knew something aliout Ward and yet
the things most to his credit were least
known. A contemporary says He
used to bo.nl that he numbered among
his friends Hismarck, King Umberto,
Victor Hugo, Gambctta, President
Grevy, Gladstone, Robert Drowning, the
Prince of Wales, Pom Pedro of Hrtuil,
the Duke of Cambridge, the Emperor
Francis Joseph, the Czar of Russia.
Thomas llulcy, Charles Darwin, Ten
nyson, the Duke of Manchester, .Mrs.
Lanutry, Ilortcnsc Scnncider, Mary E.
Hraddon. Cora Pearl, Rhodallroughton,
Leo XII., Iluchncr, Paul de Cassagnac,
Cardinal Newman. Don Carlos, Al
phonsc Daudct, Charles Rcadc, llaron
Grant, Sarah Bernhardt, Ernest Renan,
the Archbishop of ork, Henri Roche
fort, the Dukcof Argyle, and most con
temporaneous men and women of note.
Mr. Ward might have been added
poor Jim Kccnc's name to this list,
that misguided California speculator
having helped Mr. Ward to a snug
little fortune for which the jolly gourmet
gave a quid pro quo in "social tone."
IIFILLIAM O. SMITH ft Co.,
I I. A. tlllTMTOK, I
W O SMItH I
.Mm Mm llnll lltlale llraker;
No SI Mikiiant Ster.r .Howii'iv
(ffiji w r.trv )
Sugar ltalltwi, N.ttrond, 'Mion and nlhef Cw
iwwathm 9iecsi, iicmm im similar .-.reunite.
lldvmir AKIi SnlO 01 COMVIMIOH
Mmtey leaned m SnxV Securities,
Crnitiselnr at Jmr mill Salary Public,
Com four anii MuctitNT Smuts, Honolulu
)l.ir..Miil,er, Irirrltr, Hnyrarr r. "Mil
So. in SlmT Smut . . . . Ilosmiuu
All orders ftuMu.tf seiiel.
lloat 11 in Minrinii.rr.
lloeti ami Shoes rnede lo Order.
No. mi Knur St., nrrmlTE I'amthiOn SrAntrw.
Jiriiri-e mill Dnifmmi.
Ftrlght, Packages nmt NB delivered lo and from
allpAttenf Honolulu and vwtniiy. uairim at
tentlon paid lo moving Fulnttute, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY rOR Till: PURPOSE
Tele phone M Hcsedetic. tJJ Piinclilwwl slrett.
OITwe. M Klnst Street. io-
r BWIIKS A COOK It,
friliiiir-frre ttilif Healer In Lumber mill alt
Kindt of Untitling Material:
ImrJilliT . . .UnNiilBIU
- C. COtBMAN,
rUntatlon Mthtnttr, fie.
ntil lo Ca.iU ft UskV
Shnp tn King Rutfi
tARI!NCtt W. ASIII'ORD,
Altnrnru, Snlteltnr, IUt,,
No. ij KvAiifMAiu Stunt . . .Honolulu
XT R. CASTLE,
.Iffornrj it lir ttnl .Voliirj TiiMlr.
AikihIi all llie Cotiili cf the KlntJom.
sttlornty owl Counnrlnr ill Lair.
iwr PHILLIPS & Co.
iniirrr iiml M iiilr'!' Iiiilrr In t nfi-
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Nn. 11 Kaaiii mnu Stmf . ... ...llumitijjjj.
Vopfirr iiiuf Xhtrt Iran Warkrr,
.Slnrr mill HnUtrt
of all Vliut., l'lumtril nock anil mctali, hotiM furnltli
(ne Kwltt rhamldicrt, Uln4, It
No. 8 Kaaiiumanw Sranat .Honolulu
O h LUVEY A CO.,
UhittrMiitr mill Jtrlull Hrncrr,
roar Srwmf .Honolulu
Trtth ffrocttle ami provUlom ol all UnU on liamt anj
Iml rrsuiaiiy in
will bt tjlil at
n!vrn 10 the iimc,
f from l.urop and AmcrK4 which
1 llie iowcm market rate.
delivrrtU to any pi tf tlif city fie of charte.
vnltri aolicitrd and prompt attention will l
M Foat StataT.
Witty men, popular men, successful
men both of these whom we have been
discussing. But 1 fancy there were time's
in the life of each when cither would have
given each to have a tithe of the fame
,-f t i.i rr:. t-..
wnicniiasmauc iiicuaiucui umti hcii
dell Holmes a household word on both
sides of the Atlantic. Most of us remem
ber, of course, that a little while ago the
New-York Critic asked its readers tosend
in the names of forty American authors
thought to be worthy of a place in an
institution corresponding to the French
Academy. In over three hundred lists
sent the name of Holmes led; and now
comes the London Saturday Review
and declares that of all American
writers Holmes is the most read and
best appreciated in England.
ALBERT C. SMITH,
. I gent la Inhr .IrA iioirrilfrnirnfa to
Orrier With Smith nmriton. Attorney' at. Law
NO. JS. MBKCIIANTStaKKt.
RS. CUMMINGS A MARTIN
.Surfrim mi Hotmrpntfilc rhfMtclattM.
Office ctisr Fort and Berktania Sts.,
Office lloun Until 9 a. m , an J from i -3 nd 6:30-8 r.M,
D. BMEKSON, M. D.
t'Jifiiietatt (1111 'ur(roM.
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Office hours from 8!4 to 10 "-4 a. m.: 1 W to tK
Office ant KeUlencc, No. 9 KuVul street, corner Fort
ONO LEONG U CO..
.Uoitnut ttuttir, I'altttmi litre
AnJ Kailu KIc PIintJit.vHi anl Mill,
NUUANU SritkKT a. ..CORNKK MaKINK.
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Importer unit Commttilon Mercunit.
Ltoyd'f and the Liverpool UnJerwrttert,
Hnmh ami Fureii alarlne Intuance LompAtij. nJ
Northern Anrance Company, 1
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itiUmitKrr, I'tity rtf ntl Itetertittlon
i iiirttfi oul rrntreit
ttONtilULU It, 1
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NuiMmi Street. '8
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HonoLtiii', Hawaiian Iiijmidc
Ihaw Kttnanf. on
rilK HANK Ol- CALIFORNIA,
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Or SYDNLV, SYDNF.Y
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VICI0UIA, II. C; AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tramatl n Gtiural Hanking Ituiinm.
T EMMKLUTII & Co.,
Ttmmtth mil Vlnmlirrt, Itralfr In
Star, Mri(r, Tin,
No. sNtUAriu Starat .Honolulu
T W GIRVIN,
I'liiinnlaaliN .lfrrrhnnt mill lltnernl Itenttr
In liru (Imtil,
Waillkv, Maui H.I
(Jnxtls Hardware, Stationery, Fatent Medidnef,
Ptrfumery anj GUware. I
ONOLULU IKON WORKS Co.,
A W, RICHARDSON A Co
iMfORTKM ANP D BALER IK
llnota, ,SUornt Fitrnhhjntf lnmtt ITut,
C't TrnKf Viittte,
Perfumery ntl Sonpt, Wiliham Watchet,
Kine Jewelry, etc,
Count Kout and Mrrchant Street, IIovolulu
M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Drntnl Jtooms mi J'orl Street t
HofnLVLU 1?. . H !
Office in llrewer' I'.Iock, corner Hote and Tort
Streets entrance on Hotel Street.
ILLIAM B. MCALLISTER,
PraMANKNTLY LOCtPD IN HONOLULU.
Office, corner cl Fort ami I totel ttreet, o er Tregloan'l
Particular attention paid to reitoratton e.oU fvllino.
Kelytncon Rood work at reasonable diaries to am
tlte confidence of the public I5S 611
Hawaii-nci have no Parnassus. Its
past is too recent, its legends too frag
mentary, its traditions too contradictory
to give it the ground work for a litera
ture of its own. I am not disparaging
our own writers. I recognize the value
of Judge Pomander's researches, I np-
nrcciate tne re-story-ietung 01 .Minister
DaggetL I have read and re-read the
Hawaiian reminiscences of Mrs. Judd;
and yet The trouble is that the litera
ture of a race must come from the race
itself We "incidental" Hawaiians
may not supply iL All that vve write is
exotic, at bcsL But there is ample
opportunity for original work here, in
the American way, the English, German,
French manner. After all, there is
nothing so interests men as mankind
except womankind. And society here
presents a thousand phases that a clever
story-writer ought to be able to put into
effective incident, dialogue ana plot.
The Hawaiian Monthly and the Satur
day Press ought to have good local
stories stories worth reading and.
therefore, worth laying for. The old,
old story goes on here as everywhere
only, perhaps, a little less so because
life is so well worth living for its own
sweet sake for the very sensuous joy
of being alive ; of noting in the splen
dor of full moonlight, of drinking in the
perfumed air of morning, of watcning
the sundown sky glow and jale and
glow again. But there are a hundred
capital stories wailing the story teller in
Honolulu and Honolulu s suuuros.
Types of character await the limner
who shall make them live as Dickens
did, as Thackery, as Ccorge Eliot, as
Reade ; social questions are hcc need
inn the (laming ien of the reformer
the novelist reformer ; dainty idyls of
life arc at every turn needing treatment
that shall be sentimental without being
mankish : poems of devotion triumph
ant over failure and suffering await the
poeL Why do not I write these
stories myself ? The candle is too big
lor me canuic suck, nnu, trouic, i
have a long story yet unfinished. It
began in San Francisco and is now in
the Black Hills of Wyoming it has been
there lour years. If some imaginative
Sammaritan will bring the poor bedrid
den talc to Hawaii he may have a
tolerably picturesque three fifths of a
(possibly) excellent soy for nothing.
" E0. L. BABCOCK,
(LATC OP OAKLAND)
Teacher of the Piano-Forte. Addrcu, I.VCA N 5: CO.
Rcaiurnck No, 10 Kmma itreet. i35'ty
A C. ELLIS,
No. 7a Queen Strket. , . Honolulu
.Member of the Honolulu Stock and Ilond Exchange.
Is nrroited to fauv and tell Stocks and Ilond t in the
open market, at the usual rate of commission.
Ha money to loan on Stocks. Small margins r?'
quired on Time Contracts.
iu advise as to investments nn requested.
r H. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dralbr in
lurnttnre) of Veer it Jtenertptton, At mo
tfj'hotnterer ttml Manufttrturer,
Furniture Warerooms No, 109 Kort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. Alt order promptly
attended to. 13
OHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Strum Knulne, Hotter, Sugar Jnltls,
Cooteritt Irotif ltrniiml Lemt Carting.
MicMnery of every description made lo order,
Particuhr attenttott paid to .Ship's lllacksmUliinfr.
Job work eiecuted on the shortest notice. to
(Sen tnt I loiicrtlocmcnto.
HACKFtlLD A Co.,
om;i rmi sai t
ASTLR A COOKE,
Shipping and Commlslon Mrehantt
No. 80 Kincj SmiKT.,.. Honolulu
tHrOtTIK AMI P1ALIM tN
The Hitchcock & Company! I la nut ion.
The Aleiander A lUldwin 1'U station.
K. HaNtnd, or Walalua PU nut Ion.
A. H. Smith ft Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J, M, Aleiander, Haiku. Maui.
The Haiku Suiar Comiany.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ot ban Frantcseo,
The New England l.tfa Insurance Company of Dottou
The Illake Manufacturing Company of Hoston.
D. M. Weiton't Patent Centrifugal Machines.
Ihe tftw York and Honolulu Peck el Line.
'lhe Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Kranclsco'
ttl, JMJI1C .JLJII ,l(UinTVI I'ltUIUIICai
nniios. G. THRUM,
iMTOPTtNG AND MaNU rACTUfcINO
Stationer, Xetr Afjent, Printer, Itoolr
And puUislter of the Saturday PaMand7awaA
an Almanac anl Annual, Merchant itreet. Deal
er in Kine Stationery, Hooks, MuIc, Toys and I'ancy
Goods, Port at ret t, near Hotel, Honolulu.
S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer and Denier In General iter
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
D. HOKFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importer and Commtslan Merchant.
Honolulu Oahu. H. 1.,
ILLINGHAM & Co.
O HALL & SON.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IM
Hardware and General Merchandise,
Corse or Kino and Fort Strests, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manaeer
L. C Ahles .... . . .Secretary and Treasurer
Oorj;e E. 110 ....... Auditor
Iltrcctora li. May, E. O. White. 15a
Q M. CARTER,
Aqent to take Acknowledgments V
tracts to Labor
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Comniittsfoner of Deeds
For the State of California, for th. Hawaiian Inland.
ana ier.erai Ajeni tor inc I'acinc ..Mutual Lite in
surance Company of California. 14a
Importers and Dealers In JlawUva re. Cut
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 37 Fort Strekt Honolulu
A W. PEIRCE m. Co.
Ship Clmndtcr and Commission Mer
chants Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for Brand's Guns and Ilomb Lances and Per
ry Davis Pain Kilter.
Carpenter and Duttder.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Williamson's Express Offi'
Shop, No. 84 Kinu Stkfkt, Honoiulu
T A1NE & Co.
Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General
Wilcox k Gibb's Sincer Manufacturing Company,
wneeicrtt Wilsons sewing Midline.
IltVOtCEB Or NEW GOODS,
F.t llsiVs KaU and Maratlan
Cntliting tn part of al lollga
A Largn Anortmenl ul Dry Quoit.,
Denlmi, Brow, anil Whll. Cotlom, Drill., Tick.
taut, Tatk.y R.J, M.tlnoi Matk anil
colored, 4 quatltlet, Ktpua, Alpacat,
Cobourgt, Italian Clolli and
Black, Otoitaln, Fancy, Colcr.il and Strlp.il
Barege, Crepe, ftc,
lUen' I'limlnhiua OaotU,
ShUta, Weol.n, Mlied, Calico, lllckorjr, Denim
He, Mwlno and Cotton Uuderihlrtf, Whit.
Bo.om Shlrta. Socka Stocking., OI.tm
Hudk.rchle(a, Poulanlt, a larg. to-
vole, ol CLOTH1NO contlatlaf
ol Pin. Black Cloth Coata and
P.nta, Buckakln Sackl,
PanUand Sulti, Pelt,
Sacks & i'autt,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children'. Jackets. I,
R. Coats ft urKKlngs, Mon- .
Slippers, SUk and I, C. Umbrellas
inftll.ra.nl.. Panev and Travellla
a w. MAcPAitJi.a, 11. . HitrAium.
Q W. MACPARLANB A CO.
lniiurtir., Cniiinita.liin Meirnlianta
it nil StiRtir I't-lit-.
lift imof liulMInc tyii.n llrwl, HmwIiiI.
KlUti. gngar O, Kauai,
Ii Spencer Sii(.r Il.ntatrWi, lla.aH
Hull. Siie.r I'laiitsilM, Mau.
llirfivhina Snf.r Cn, llawatl,
initio sugar aim, ataui,
II... 1 U . 1,1...... 11 I
Keelijrorliv Hn.ar Co.. Il.n
MaVaha 5n(.r ll.nl.llon, Oahu,
OoVala Su,ar CV Mill, llatl,
Olosln Sugar Co. Maul,
I'iiuIo. Sheep Kanth Co, HaftaH,
J. lol.r V IVs&teani I'low and rott.Ue Tram.
Mtirl.ii, Watson a en's 8u(ar MscMneri-, Ulat..
OLigow and Honolulu I Ine of I'acWt,
l.lrr(t and Honolulu line cf I'atkcll,
lmdon ami Honolulu IJn. of Sl.am.rs,
Sun Hie In.ursnce Co. of tendon.
IlURWKU ft CO,
O. FOWLER A Co.,
Are prejnared to furnish I'lans and Esti
mate for Steel
With or without Cars and Locomotives. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Ratlwajs, and Locomotives and can, Trac
tion Engines and Road Locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Port
able Lngines for all purposes. Winding
t-.ngines tor inclines.
t the offices of the undersigned. W, L. GKKEN and
Shawls. Cotton and
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Kugi and Dm,
els Carpeting SUk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
E. McINTYRB & BROTHER,
Grocery and Peed Store,
Cor. King and Fort Sts.,
M. G. IRWIN ft Lo.
Sugar Factar ami Commiaslan Aatnt.
CLAl'SSrRKCKKLS. WM. C IRWIN.
Honolulu II. 1
P P. ADAMS,
.lifrlfnrteer (iriri Caiiimfsslon Merchant,
Quaes Stret Honolulu
p A. SCHAEFER to.
.riiijiorfrr. hhiI Comriifaafon Merchant,
Merchant Strfht, ..Honolulu
TTTILDER ft Co.
Lumber, Paint, Otis, yall, anil Jlutltltua
Material of erery html.
Cor. Tort anpQupen Sts Honolulu
TNO. A. HASSINCER,
.Itfenl lo lake Acknowledgment to Cow
tract for Labor.
Interior Orricie ....Honolulu
JOHN II. PATY,
Salary Public and Commlflon af Deed;
For the State, of California and New York. Oftice
at the Hank of lliihop ft Co.
Honoi ulu, Oahu, H.I. t
p T. LENEHAN ft Co.
Importer anil Commlton Merchant.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Fortunately his reading habits never
deserted him, fortunately too he could
buy all the booVv he wanted He had
a library in Stockton of some three
thousand volumes and never went out
on one of hh winter forajs without a
supply of new ttooVs 1 was the poor
est shot and the best cook in the party,
and as a consequence had plenty of
time to read. I shall never forget my
first reading of Tom Applcton's "Nile
Notes." had reached a little island,
a mere hummock of soil around which
the waters surged and swirled and cd
died as if they would swallow the little
Island at one lell gull, nut a tnajetic
cottonwood rose out of the dank soil
and spread its muhty arms over forty
feet of hurrying mcr. We moored the
ark at this solitary tree and Harry
Lcacn and Jack Chretien and
the host went ducking, and I stayed
to keep house. They were to
come back at four o'clock and eat
dinner and then go out for some
moonlight shooting. I don't remem
ber how I spent the mornin,? but about
one o'clock I picked up the "Nile
Notes'" and became instantly interested
I read a chapter and then went out and
dipped my handkerchief in the muddy
current and looked at the tules and
bought they must tx very like bul-
r YCAN ft CO.,
Importer and Heater In all ktntl of
Muale Good, yaney (Jiioif.,
J Photographic ArtUt,
tos and 104 Fort Street
Pictures of all sixes and kinds made to order, and
frames of all descriuions constantly on hand. Alio
Corals, bhelli and Curiosities of the Pacific.
Honolulu, II. I.
IVnf, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
nut un in KaMern stile. . All Olders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, leteen Union and Fort
streets. uo-emi v. KAUt'l', i'ropnetor.
r ...... - .....
Cbnttantl on hand, and of choicest quality. Pi
bausaces, Bolognas, etc., always ou hand. Our me
are all cut and put up in Kauern stle. . All ord
irVilriiwiftfr oiirl Jetcrler,
Watch repairing made a Speciality.
All orders from the othei islands Dromntlv attended to.
No. 53, IIOTLL&rRBKT. HONOLULU, H.I.
Jeweler and Diamond Setter,
N060 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
(Opposite Holhster S Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
Catalogues with Illustrations. Models and Photo
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen
U. V. M ACFARLANK & C0.,-Ai;ents for Jno. Fow.
er d. CO.
Whit, and Fancy Blanket),
fancy Striped Woolen, two slits,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points,
Buttons for Shlrta, Coats. Pants, Drsvsa.s,
Genuine Eau de Cologne. Luhin's Ha
treds, Toilet Soaps, I'lnlocome, Hair
Oil, Combs, Looking Glasses. Pipes, 1.
K. Balls, Harmonicas, Ulank Books,
Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Cold Watches,
Tape, Elastic, Scuta, Albuma.'
Extension, Arm, Dining room and Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Aaitdle., Calfekln; airth, SUrrnp Leather
Hemp & 1. R. Packing, Coal Baskets,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups, Teapots, Bowls, Chambers,
Kico Dishes and Uakers, ueroljohi
Offsr for .Sale Ihe cargo of the bark
Just arrived, the fellosolng list of Msrthandia t
Light Krprtt Wagon,
Krtentlon Top Carrla,,
Common Wood Chairs
Pine Uarr.1 Shook.,
MESSRS. R. MORE CO.
King Street. ....Honolulu
Would bee to notify ihe Public that they
have ust received a ihipnwni of the famous
n i and
is. Sample lioitle. Vases and uUuwarc.rMar
id Tarred Rope, Cool llass. Gunnies, Twine.
r, Woelpaclt and Twilled Sacking Unen H
r vu ,.?
J V. rjv
TTOPP & CO.,
74 King Strut
Upholsterers, Draper and Dealers tn all
hinds of Furniture,
Telephone No. 143.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Denier In Lumber and all kind of'jtulld-
Ing Material; Paint, Oil; Xall; etc.,
Honolulu, H. I.,
AGENTS or SCHOONEas
Haleakala, Kularaanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
U Llama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Roblnoti's Wharf. i
Nos. 10) and 107 Fort Sheet..
Fnnuture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
And that reminds mc. Mr. Nes-
ficld of the Daily Hawaiian has a story
in the current number of the Hawaiian
Monthly. It is to be hoped that lie
will find time and opportunity to .study
uonoiui.in society, anu write one or
two stories located here. Which fur
ther reminded rne I Ivegan this ram
bling Kit Kat as a review of the June
magrines and doubtless 1 cannot re
turn me to my muttons at any better
place To begin then with the Ha
waiian Monthly. Il is good; and ct
all iu friends and they are many
cannot help wishing it were better. 1 o
the writer there seems to be only one
way to make it better. It w roily to
think any Hawaiian literary publica
tion can he made to meet and hold its
own in public favor with the lcst line-
lish and American publications of like
character, it may occupy tne Held as
a ttxmUit. Hut there is no other way
given under heaven whereby it may
succeed. 1 lie f lantcrs Monthly, tne
Angclican, the J-riend, has each its
special luissioa As set the Hawaiian
Monthly has no mission. J t ought to
have. There is in Honolulu a society
called (he Social Science Association,
It prepares at least ten thoughtful (tap
ers each year, Many I think most
of these papers relate specifically to
CONTINUtO O.N rOVATK PACI.
C BREWER & COMPANY,
tlenertil Mertantltennd Comtnlfton Agent
QUEEr, StSSET, UoaOLllU.
Otnccrt'-P. C- Jones, Jr president and manager;
ioveph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors t
Ions. Charles K. Bishop and II. A. P. Carter; Henry
atay, auditor. is.
Dealer lis Choice tt llerf. Veal, Mutton, Kte.
Ho. 6 Queen hiaaiT, r'mi Masker.
Family and Shipping orders carefnlly attended to.
Lise Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice.
VegetaUes of all klads uppti. to order.
Telii-home ... No. ars.
importer of General Merehandlt from
franee, England, Germany and
the United State;
No, si Queen Steet Honolvl
116 AKD jiSCALlrosxiA StsnT. ..San F.anciscu.
Parliculsr attention paid I. Allinz and shinninE Is.
(rORME.LY WITH BOLLES &. CO.)
Ifholeeat und Jteiall Grocer,
t, KingSteeet Undee Hahosv Hall.
Pamilv. Plantation, and Shiu stores suDnlied at short
nonce. New goods bv every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully catcuted.
telephone ;no. 119. s 173'tyr
would do wellm asnunuie them'
ng to purchas. sewing machine
a number of superior
Double-barrel Breach-loading Shot Gun.,
Winchester Rifles, Kennedy Rinse
Smith A Wlason R.Tolsers.
A full assortment of CARTRIDGES, brass and
paper shell ; and Sportsmen's General Suppl'se.
TTOLFE & EDWARDS,
IMfOXTBaS ANU healers in
Groeerte, Provlelon and -Feerf.
Co.. King and Nuuanu Sts., Honolulu
Fresh Goods by cscry steamer.
P. O. ttoa 1)0. igs-tf Telephone jj.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
T.sttnent Company (limited.)
Aoney loaned for Isng or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Ollice Ueaser Ploi.lc, Fort St. Manager.
CD C. ROWIi,
ifouse iiml Sign Painter,
Para. Hancss, etc,
No 107 Kino Stseet. Honolulu
T YONS LEVEY,
wrlloH.er. nHit CoiMinlaalors Jfrrritinle,
IlEAVta IlLOCK, QUEEI STSEET, HONOLULU.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Kstat. and General
Merchandis promptly attended to. Sole agents fur
American and Kuropcan merchandise, I. Lvoss,
u. r t L J. I.EVEY.
1WTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
l-'siaAfaiirrbf. Dre and Cloak Mahr.
No. io, 1'osT Srssar. .Hoioli-l
S. GRINBAUM ft Lo.
importer and irA.leenf. Dealer In fi.ss-
Makee's llioc. .. .Queen Steeet, Honolvli;
JlM S, GRINBAUM ft Co.
iv'.rsrssrtllnr etnil C.insrsUsf.n Merchant,
sit CailroaNU Sr., San FaaNctsro,
Special facilales far a.d panicular atleotlua ald to
cnosirtmeists of UUnJ swoduce. ....,
Nussbee l llvtsl slice!,
1'i.irv C.00V and Uaasr.
betwecst ForlEAd Nuoansl
IUT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
leather, Hide; Tu'luie nritl Commlailoii
Agents (or the Koyal Suap Com;.ny.
No. as Ot sen btssir....
ENSON, SMITH, & CO.,
ill and li), FORT STRKET,
BOIIICXE & sciireck'i celeseated SIOSIOOrATHIC
THE COMMON SENSE NURSING BOTTLF.
tST Call and axamtn. our Stock I
Having in our employ a firstlau Lock and Gun
Smith, we are prepared to do all kinds of repaiiiag in a
first -class manner and on short notice
Hexing Machine repaired mid adjutted
And all kinds of Iron Work made and repaired.
SUGAR and UICE HAGS
of all sires and qualities.
Sardine. In half and quarter boxes,
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil in tins, Matches
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. II. Whit. Lead,
Sturm. tantUM, 4, 5. ana o, n. r. mscuii,
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Pain
German and Havana Vljart,
Plated ware Spoons. Forks, Cruets, Tea
sets. Cups, Napkin Kings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and Butcher Knives, Scissors, Sheej. Shears,
Needles, Spoons Files, Spurs, Calfamred llasins
Hoop Iron, Keg Rivets, Hammers, Velio
Metal and Composition Nails, Clanncrs
Babbitt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iroc
Fire Clay, Blacksmith Coal. Fir. Bricks. Tile
Empty Barrels, Oak Boat., etc.
Orders front the other Islands carefully tended to.
H. Ilackfeld t Co.
x!ce Chests, Nes. s, j, and u
Lobsters, l-lb. Tina,
Bsans, jib. Tins,
Hay Cutters, Nos. 1, s and J, '
ralrhank' Scale; Xo. 7, , 10, 11, llt-,
Centrifugal Linings, 14 inches.
Composition Nails, ij inch and sK Inch,
MamU Cordage,, Auorttd
CIv, Ftnc StspUt,
Frinti' Iloilcrf, o sad CoiU
Siul Rop, Auorttd
Ash 1 'Unit 1,
Yellow Meial Sheathing,
Refined Iron. '
r W. HINQLEY ft CO.
Manfactursrs of Hawnm Ctgmrs
IMrOBTKM AND DIALKM IN
And Smokert' Articles
The moat complete rock In the king dots.
King ttrcet, (near AUkca) Hooolulit.
BMMBLUTH ft Csv.,
No. s NUUANU St., HONOLULU, H. I.
ITOVEI ad RAMGBI,
Annealed Fence Wire
Galv. Screws and Washe
Ac, c, eVc
1 E W GOODS
1UST EECZ1TEO EX
"Martlu Davis,"" Mallsgale," utd eapeclad u
Maripou" and other vessellj
Boston paid Matches, '
ts Ktxa StsiET. Honolulu;
Importer cl American Jeaelry of every desalp.
ligri. (Formeilyol han vranciKo, CaUfomu.) so
A U SMITH,
i&ilimporler and Dealer In tila$imre,
Merlilen Mirer. r taint Hare,
No, 4i Koet Srsuf
WholetoJe ssmiI Hetall Dru,al and T-
Ma. M. .S'vVA STLar. ,..,, ,. .IUkdivlv
Ijistrsl l a sare. rancv aoana.
a4, Wostenhulut's Fotka Cutlery, Powder, bhll arl
Siwetaclns ami Evesrtasiee.
ire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, 'i.
HJun. p.l. all
. .1 1H..L'. C I .-..a. SI.
nwwiwws ,.w.i aj. vviw... "WIW. ?".
kinds of Uu.kLoa NeeJks. "Isomsstlc- Fatwr rasaions.
Sol. ageui of tse uaivcrtEstly MksvoIsJsd Lie,ti.
kaAaia UseaealU 3sl Mss-sune
npHE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
ANNUAL FOR 1M4.
It NOW EEADT rE MllVaSY
and It herund none of Us predecessors In Inleteit ud
Price, pes copy, iocs. ; or, by mail abroad, 60 cs.
TIIOH. U. Til HUM,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron, Sheet Lead and Lead
Pipc.Calvanlied Iron Pipe and Fillings. Brass Goods
all sires, Artesian Well and Irrif atlsaj Pipe. The us
ual Tin and Iron war., Bathe, CloseM,' Sinks. Wash.
Xfsls'suls, Marble and Enameled lion, la stock and fol
BSaU u reasonatl. rates.
TeJsvsBsswmss gfo. 811. "ISt
r m. c6wLy
-i ' ..i'-
PI1010VRAMFS ,E.taU. Traosparsncks, El
at IHOiO TllKUH's, Feel street.
BUVNK BOOKS ANC OFFICE STATIONERY
A Urge asMrtuii .1 TIKIS. C. THRUM
Messrs. II. II. I'rlueer an.1 I. C Prtuiee. Ir. kavs
been admitted as sUml partncis I. smut suns la blace of
Mr, J. C pdugerdeceAsed.
' II. HACKFELD 4) CO.
UaMjlsdu, May , 1M4.
p. M.CROWLEV (formerly at Itruns) IsVvinjg en.
tered tow paituerehlp with UK. HUOil I (AST I C the
.sw firm will b. ksw. as
,. ,.., , ..King SraaxT,
opposite Whitman as Wilgkt's.
EvervdetaiMlon of Furniture at lowssat
rs,.iis4 m russe Payment. ,
in Silk, Hsewksvlr, aad otUi eavenngs,
r.oss trie .rwa.M.
y Elasjaal covings and trimmings.
tT Sm ike BOSTON - and - CHALLENGE
7. txtxa aWUMMT.
T EWERS COOKE
Ar. consuntly receiving additions to their LARGE
. and WELL SELECTED STOCK of
NOR' WEST LUMBER,
RED WOOD LUMBER,
SHINGLES POSTS, etc
Pine, Oak, Ash, Koa, Blackwalout, Cedar.
Door. -a x 6 10 a 0 x lot.
WlBdowiv7 x 0 to tl x 40 In.
Of which w. keep . An. assortment.
Cut JTalf., Ail lo sJOsi.
GeJranlwsd Nails, jdtobid; Spikes, l to I to.,
Osrrsstmtssl OsJtssmI.wI Iroa lltsotss.
., ;, I and 0 feet lengtbs.
Galvanised Screws and Rldgbgs.
SEWER PIPE, Ts, Elbows, Ttaps, c t, 4, 6
and I Ins.
Icrra Cotta Chlmnles and Chimney Pipe, cheeper
and Iu superior to Brick Chimnies.
WALL PAPERS of all kinds,
PAINTERS' AND GLAZIERS' GOODS.
In to varsclte. now tlu. from Hongkong per Bark
" Helen. "
Horse Shoes and Nails
DOWNERS and NOONDAY OU,
Lubricatlog Oilsgofall kinds
Cut Nails all sires, '
Clinch Nails, ail sires
Cotton Waste tn Usles
Blacksmith's Del lows.
Cheap Rim docks
Brown Soap, 1st caasa,
Wirt Hanging Basksts for Terns 6c.
(jsne s Plantation Hosts,
, Inch Goose-neck Socket Hoes,
Ic. Cream Freems
Lawn Mowers best kind,
Case's Genuine Amoskeag Denims
Case's Genuine Amoskeag Mariners Stripe,
Besides a thousand articles in the Hardware Un. ajsrstfs)
Soon aspected, not by lb. "Fparun," a meet com)
plete assortment ce
llmW Httel rf.tr. anil Hrakrflrt
With extra Handles Beams and Points
All these will be found at th corner brick slor. nf
toa t U. HALL t KIN. LlmMui.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
gstUamoa BsslUaas, 1883 Omtk.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLE k COOKE.
Th.s. Flak can b rslitd upon u Flr.lUM,
Foesale InquaniliUs in suit and at lowest marktt
I.EWERS as COOKE.
M. CARTER S. F. OBAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO,
FIREWOOD, COAL,ahd FEED.
HAY and OATS.
Free Delieeeyioallraaruof tbeCuy.
a.twtatfsl.r . tTMMBT,
Tilusmus NiissMa, Ma.
NOTICE op copyright;
Belt lamewbeied thai on iba aid Axv tj l.lv. a. rt
kg,. FlederUk ILietrf. sueiiujutf ( H.uJulu l.l.hl
of tub.. II. I., bi BicorvUnc. wtlb beitUMj J of a. "Act
10 .nveurag. learning In tali LiagduiB by securlag lb.
coplei of chsrt s ami bsiuks to Ite aatma-s aut prop, Ul us
oe swk won," ared U )tu of Ibsember, a, 0.
lw,,M,VM,wiaH WKI in SUMS, osa hOOK,
and also Us took entkledl "McKenhbt's IIawsiiam
Dlssc-ti.iv.'UrfuJwj city duectury tat HaoltvHi,
wsdnand buokufih. KlegilumiJIIaaatl, glriM name.
occupation, plac. of bussuss and retUenc. lA lb. ad eat
population 01 11,. ssty is) llouorulsl ami Islana eT OeAu.
Also names and addressee U all ptaweri. plsntailte) and
smll u.Leies saerclunts. stockmen, shtHssl marhs.sfs
and kusdug lewdsois (aatlv. foreign and Ckireee) of
lb. other Islands. Ingtlher with statisliusl desciipaiona
fsfall pesussinesi sMiiieisei .ml ledsuaile, uusi ol
travel and deaalptism U the peissnual uiwli f laleresl
em Us. llseaiUa Islutds, misled by said Flsdeoeis
Kagut, the rigbta of wHkk bmdt he slslms as autswe,
fri ssMtesime; hereesf, I have beresml. sal my ha4
and caussd tke seal of the lucuk Hipanment to be
amestiai rsoruMisHf, tssss s4 ss.yc.aeAy, ima.
Cm as I
Minister of Ik. Irtwrlss-.
-'f Js-a wa, .
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