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Volume iv, Nuibi-Tr 45
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 5, 1S84.
Whole Number 201.
JltirtrHil Itr.ull. Of Thr IAhrnry J'lHr,
At the last meeting of Directors and
Trustees of the Honolulu I.ihr.iry and
Reading Room Association, the Trea
surer and the Chairman of the Com
mittec for the fair presented their rcfiort
on the proceeds of this fair. The
Treasurers statement can be resumed
Admissions $696 75, from the refresh
ment department $04.55; '''r
I'armelee's soda fountain $16.70; from
the candy table $87,90; H. M. Queen
Kupiolani's fancy tabic (presided over
by Mts. Keutnan) .)io. jo; II. M.
Queen Kinma and Mrs, McGrew's
Table including donations $.11.50;
Mts. Dr. Rodgcrs' tabic, including dona
tions $136.95; Mr li. I. Adams' table
nddontions$ii7.55;Mr. S. It. Dole's
Art Gallery $115.15; Mrs. Gillman's
fancy table $140.30; Mri. Herbert's
table $154.40; Mrs. Hickerton's grab
box $117.75; Miss Ilurbanlc sale of
flowers $80.35; Miss. Tregloati's chil
dren's tabic $4 1.90; Mr. Marques, Spirit
of the Fair, sale and advertisements $97.
60; from auction sale $43-55 Mrs.
Strong's fortune telling $21.75; M'155
Castle's Post Office $19.40; donations
not included in above tables $64.90.
Total receipts $3,509.25,
For the Y. M. C. A. Hall $ioo.oa;l
repairs to table and door $5.00; Printers
bills $32.00; Spirit of Fair printing and
commission $55.50; bills of good for
fitting tables $15.10; labor for fitting
room and tables $21.00; bills for chain,
cartages, and tables $34.50; cxpendi
tures in refreshment rooms $80.30;
Ice bill $37.80; candies bought in San
Francisco, freight and duties $39.00;
material for fancy works $10.00; Hart's
expenses for ball $8.75; total $448.95.
Net proceeds $3060,39
The report of the chairman was read
K El OKI
To tfn Dittttori ttttJ Trutttti of tht Ifonalulu
Library anJ Rtaiing Jicom Atuniatton
Gentlemen! Our worthy and pains
taking treasurer, Mr. A. L, Smith, lias just
submitted to you the complete and clear state
ment of the fuianciil results of the fair held in
May last for the benefit of our association, and
thii renders my preterit report rather super llom;
all 1 can do is to add a few inferences and
suggestions. As stated by the treasurer, the
total receipts have been $3,509,15; the tout
expenditures amount to $448,95: which leaves
net'produce from all proceedings of $3,060,30.
To these figures ought to be added as a
memorandum the value of sundry fancy articles,
worth between $50 and $100, which were re
served from the auction sale on account of the
impossibility of their fetching a fair price, and
alto the value of probable forthcoming dona,
tions from two sources ball tickets and money
collected on tickets for articles which were to
be raflled, Iloth of these transactions not hiv
log taken place, the moneys they had produced
have been deposited with Mr, Cams right, to
be refunded If claimed; but many subscribers
sretierously decline to take their money back,
and wish it to be added to the proceeds of the
The results of the fair can, 1 think, be in
structively grouped in the following way: The
admission fees, including both day and season
tickets and entrances to the entertainments,
produced $696,75: the fancy tables, including
pott-office, fortune-telling, auction, and sundry
articles sold, brought a total of $1,790,70; the
expenses belonging to same, fittingi, labor, etc,
$38,10; leaving net $1,752,60 The remain
ing goods as alluded toabotecan be advan
tageously disposed of at any future time. The
refreshment department produced a total of
$431,25; the expenditures of sime department
amounted to $118,10; leaving $303,151 and
the candy department produced $87,90; deduct
tof $J9i expenditures, leaves $48,90 net.
The newspaper, Spirit of the Fair, the sale
of which, I icgtet to say, was somewhat in
jured by the delays In printing and issuing,
produced $35.60 for sales and $62 for adver
tisements, total 97.60, and Its cost was $55.50,
leaving a net produce of $42-10.
And 1 must add that about 50 complete
copies of the three editions of the Spirit of the
fair still remain, which may prove agreable to
people wishing to keep a recotd of the transac
tions of the fair. Tucy can be procured from
Ue janitor of the library.
The donations in money amounted to about
$189.40, out of which can bo deducted the
gencial expenditures of fair, hall, printing,
moving and leasing chairs, etc., $167, leaving
$12.40. Out of these donations it is our duty
to mention specially the following geneious
onest His EkccIIcucy M, Daggett $251 Mts.
Dr. Walters (Lihue) $25: Doctor Rtnkin
(Hilea) $10; Mrs. Hayselden $10; .Messrs (.
and J Lucas $10 each; Messrs. I. Q. Tew W
bury, C. Slillmin, R. Mouman, G. Markhain,
J, R. Morrill, Mrs. J. S, White, Jas. Camp
bell, Hewitt, t. W. Jordan, and C. Christian
(Kauai), each $5; Mrs. A. Fuller Mrs, J.
Lack and Captain Turner, each $4, etc
1 already tried In the Spirit of the Fair to
do due justice to all who interested themselves
In the undertaking for this library benefit, but
do words can adequately express the lard
wcik, the material and moral help which was
received from all sidi-s. and even from the
tbei Islands, nor can I express satisfactorily
suy sense of gratitude for it. 1 must only (no
claim here that everything woiked in ihe mot
satisfactory, smooth and agreeable manner,
with one single deplorable eiception caused
by the hastiness and uver tealousncss of one of
out friends, and through which I earnestly
hope the library will not hate lu.t the good
will of one of its best, most sincere, and most
useful lady supporters) it Is, however, my
painful duty to mention the fact, but no more
will I say about It here, as the gcnlleuuu in
terested it not present at this meeting.
The respectful luggestioiit by which I now
wish to conclude with are the fullowiiigi
1st, That resolution of thanks be- drafted
by this board, to be olTcrcd generally to all
helpers tad contributors to thr fair, and soci
ally t ne cliYt members and heads of dif
fc'ieot departments t
2nd. That In compensation for the extra
trouble and work the fair caused during neatly
whole week to the Janitor of the V, M. C.A.
Hall, and to acknowledge the constant, cliccifut,
faithful and efficient help L kindly gave to the
tti3ciul derailments as m'Jch as was in his
power, a special presentation Us voted for him
by this meeting 1
-id. That similarly remuneration be
vtsseatej to our late librarian, Miss A. Wood
wild, for tbe ti labor she very obligingly
iccomp llihed to helping the secretary during
tkt Drcoa.fa.tUns of tat tali I
ekim TLt it M MWftitxt 10 VM nwiiw si
the library that, In the intention of the promo
ters, supporters and friends of the fair, it was
distinctly Intended and stipulated that the
money produced by It was not to Ie applied in
any important portion, to the building fund,
but reserved for Inside fixtures and for the j'm
JitftumHt fnttham of new books, as the
institution cannot expect to get new members
ami to hold on the old ones, if w e don't provide
for them an thunJ.l supply nf new reading,
I suggest also that this meeting decide on
the question of the ball which was wtoned,
and which, according to a motion made by Mr.
Dole, might take place in our new building
when it will be Inaugurated, about the begin
ning of Septemiirr next
President of Committee.
This report together with the trea
sure's statement, were unanimously ac
cepted with thanks, and resolutions
were adopted agreeable to the above
suggestions. Consequently the calico
and fancy dress ball will take place ,tn
the new building as above, the prepara
tions for the same being in the bauds
of a committee consisting of Messrs. S.
II. Uole, A, Marques and II, A, Panne
lee. The foregoing has been printed for
the benefit of many readers on the other
islands to r liom the result of the late
successful library fair is not yet satisfac
A Volet from thr Jute, of thr Mm,
The address of Captain llray, the
commander of the world-known missionary-vessel
Morning Star, which he
gave at High-Street Church last Sunday
night, was a model in directness, ora
torical simplicity and "intelligible intel
ligences." He is a much younger man
than most of his hearers had been led to
expect any here from 35 (o 40 and
a trim-looking gentleman as one would
find in a summer's day, not the least
nautical in general style of person or
speech. I Ie said that, nine years ago.
when he va3 engaged in lucrative trade
as captain of a merchant-ship, on his
way from Australia to the United States
he carnc one day to an island, whence
a boat put-out and signaled him. He
lay-to, and a white man soon came
aboard, who urged him to go on shore.
He complied, and what he stw there
convinced him that he himself was en
gaged in a comparatively unworthy
business. This island was one of the
so called Micronesian grou or, rather
combination of four groups and on it
was a station of the A. 11. C. I''. M.
The work which he then saw in pro
gress, led by a few heroic missionaries,
caused him to meditate long and se
riously as to his duty. Nearly a year
afterward, without any seeking on his
part, he was offered the command of
the Morning Star, accepted gladly
though at some financial sacrifice, and
had ever since been engaged in this
service. The hcad-quarlcrs of the
Morning Star arc at Honolulu. S. I.
and the Micronesian islands arc sonic
2100 miles distant from that place.
They arc not, as sometimes called,
South Pacific islands, as most of them
are north of the equator; but, in reach
ing them with a sailing-vessel, it is often
necessary to make a detour of r 000 or
even 1800 miles to get .ihcad 150 or
200, owing to calms and currents.
Sometimes when it will look as though
a harbor will be made in two or three
hours, there will come a calm, and the
ship will drift to sea, and it will take
four or five weeks to regain the desired
haven. On an average, three months
in every )car are wasted in this manner,
and it takes about a year to go from
and get back to Honolulu, meanwhile
visiting all the stations.
The captain next spoke of the history
of this mission-work. It began 32 years
ago, and the vessel now in use is the third
of the same name which has been en
gaged m it. The first, after a few years'
service, was abandoned as no longer safe;
the second, after four or five years, was
cast-away and lost (though all on board
were saved); the present craft has oven
running fourteen years. Of the eleven
merchantmen plying in the same waters
when this last Morning Star was started,
the last was wrecked in 18S3. The cap
tain believed Providence had specially
watched over the little vessel, and he
gave one or two instances which seemed
to corroborate that view. Now the chil
dren of the Sunday-schools in America
have been asked to build another Morn
ing Star, nearly twice the size of the
present one, to be fited with steam
engine and apparatus to overcome the
existing difficulties above mentioned,
The responsehasbcen most generous;
the tidy little ship is well-advanced in a
yard at Hath, Mameand iicxt September
it will be dedicated to its sacred mission.
Captain ljray then graphically de
scribed the annual scene at Honolulu,
when the Morning Star sets forth uwn
its voyage; religious services are held on
deck, and as the lines arc swung-olTaud
the vessel wings its way from the wharf
down that beautiful Harbor, the strains
of the familiar Missionary Hymn are
the last sounds that greet the ears of
those on board. Arrived at the islands
of their destination, curious sights are
witnessed. The missionaries, hungry for
the sight ol the t.iccs ol lute mends and
for news from the land they lose, have
been watching for many daysr the con
verted natives, too are eager for the re
union with those whom they have learn
ed to revere, and such greetings as occur
can hardly be realized until they base
been experienced. Then begins the
work of visitation and distribution.
Stores of clothing, books, provisions,
etc, are tuscnargcu; new laoorers in inc
vineyard are set-down at their stations,
and gld ones are transferred from point
to point; native assistants and teachers
arc carried to fields of influence where
the white man would be less successful;
and thus after some months, the return
voyage Is begun, with a cargo of tropical
products to help defray the expenses.
bpacc would Uil us to lollow the cap
tain snathe and delightful account of
the strange people who inhabit these
distant islands living originally in a
state of the most abject indolence, igno
rance and vice. His fresh and racy de
scription of their dress and manners,
and laughable incidents which hid conje
under his observation, were intcrsi wea
with statistics, serious facts aitUKliflious
comments 01 great, iiucrru ana pfrw
licru value su siist iiut;is.
ftyuli, May ijth.
.rft- York (Innilp.
Blaine "boomers" might
The Blaine "boomers" might have
celebrated the nomination with much
more eclat in New York if it were not
for the many recent failures. Hut the
general feeling was one of joy and jubila
meetings have already been held There
was one house in Fifth Avenue decked
with the national colors from the gale
way to the vestibule, and from the
grountl floor to the coping, in tribute
to "Maine of Maine."
The depression in stock values
reached its climax in the Grant and
Ward failure. It was believed at first
that General Grant was involved and
that he would not be able to rally, but
the fund of two hundred and fifty
thousand dollars presented to him by
the citizens of New York is free and
intact. People are disgusted with the
action of the authorities in the Ward
Grant failure. Hccause they arc
powerful criminals- the law merely
I trifles witlCTtluWi instead of meeting
out the same justice that it would to a
cominon lliicf. . 'If-is riot, believed that
the Grants, "were so innocent such
blockheads- As they ruetend to be,
and if.should be nroyu in court by jury
that'tlrcy were viciifnized by the wicked
Ward bcftreueoplc will be charitable
cnouglftohelicvc that they were the
innocent idiots they claim to be. It
is thought that the firm will begin bus
iness again and probably be benefitted
by the advertising of their misfortunes.
All thoughtful right-minded persons
will be glad to know that the bill to
suppress baneful literature was passed
by the late New York legislature. It
was drawn by Mr. John 11. Pine, coun
sel of the New York Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Children. As
New York is the great producing mar
ket of that kind of literature, anil there
are millions of capital and many inter
ested men to fight the law, there will
undoubtedlybc difficulty in enforcingit.
The summer theater season in New
York was never so dull as now, "Closed
for the season" is the greeting at sev
eral of the theatres
The popular craze is "rinking" and it
has become such a rage that the theatres
have succumbed and managers arc
spending their time in negotiating
arrangements for the next season. There
are rinks in almost every little town in
the state. One in the city has already
netted $65,000 this season. Apropos
of theatres, Edwin Booth was on Fifth
Avenue recently when a runaway horse
came tearing down the street. liooth
slopped him after a struggle.
It is fashionable to have asparagus
breakfasts and luncheons. Parties are
made up and drive to Long Island or to
New Jersey. The party is sure to be pro
vided for as the asparagus it sent en
The races at Jerome Park drew the
usual crowd this season. There weie
as many as eighty-four horses entered
for a single race. How does that com
pare with Honolulu entries? Many of
the Coaching Club drags were seen
there. The Coaching Club had its
annual parade on the 24th of May.
There were twenty-one coaches each
with its four horses and its many uni
formed member. There was a brilliant
show of drags, uniforms and toilettes.
The meet was in Madison Avenue,
and route through Fifth Avenue and the
park. The dress worn by the mem
bers is picturesque and elegant. It
consists of a dark green cutaway coat
with brass buttons and a yellow striped
waistcoat The evening-dress uniform
of the club is of the same colors cut like
the conventional evening dress. It is at
the annual parade of the Coaching
Club that the first display of summer toil
ettes is seen. The dresses worn by
the ladies, unlike those that are dc
ngutur at formal dinners in the win
ter, are short. They are of the light
est fabrics in white and the new mush
room, pink and lillac shades. The
materials were silk surahs, dotted mus
lin, ctnbroided nuns veiling and India
silks with the creamy lace fritis that are
so much worn. The Jersey waists will
lie replaced by the gathered spencer
waists that were so fashionable twenty
years ago. Silk surah and lace arc the
materials and the belt is of velvet or of
some soft'silk. bimple uauy-sashes are
also worn with this waist. 1 he liyron
collar and square cufis of velvet com
plete a spencer waist 01 tioueu musiin.
The pointed girdle which is becoming
to both slight and full figures is also an
old fashion revived, but it is now
finished behind by a wide sash bow of
long loops extending to the bottom of
the skirt or of short loops. The chief
novelty in fashion is the "accordion
skirt, " so named because the plaits
resemble the folds of an accordion when
closed. The plaits are small and not
deeply laid so that it has the advant
age of lightness over the old kilt-plaited
walking skirt. It conies already plaited
by machinery, As heavy machinery
is used in the pressing it cannot be
made at home. It is for sale as part
of dress patterns in pongee, nuns' veil
ing and similar fabrics, (t is some
times used in the form of apron drapery
by skilled matuamakers, but it is usually
made as a skirt. It is becoming to all
who can wear the old kilt plaited
walking skirt. The effect either in
motion or repose is charming. The
plaits ripple and dance wiih every
motion of the wearer. The wind may
coquette with it and every plait may be
tossed about only to fall perfectly in
place again. Its optilarity will un
doubtedly continue long, as it is uu
ique, light and sensible.
The English hat is worn for travelling.
It is a compromise between the bonnet
and the round hat, and as a small veil
can be tied over the face, in this respect
it has the advantage over the Ilernhardt
or Gainsborough. The bonnets have
knots of velvet under the chin, or long
bits of crape arc used as strings. 1 hey
are similar in color to the bonnet. They
are devoid of crown, but make up for
this deficiency by the prominence of
the aigrette in front. High aigrettes
have been worn before but never did
It pompons or tufts of flowers piled
MsH 'n feont resemble the head
dress of tbw. American Indian as now.
In tilings Vterary and artistic there is
I m mpmmI rue lust now. More anon
I " 1 Knicxuisocxbr.
SMITH A THURSTON, I W. O. Smith,
t L A. Thuhto
Jtlortirjf. ill lnr,
No. s Mciir SrnT.
ILLtAM O. SMITH & Co,
1 1. A. Thumton, I
tw O Sttirn. I
Stork rtmf Ilritt Hitittr llrotrrt
Sn it MprOUNT STRI.ST. . . .Iltl-lot ti-
(Tj.'.iWiM U iT;t) )
Sujar Plantation, Uailroad, Telephone and vthtr Cor
poration atocKS, nonas anl similar arcwiiiet
ftoL-miT and Sotn 01 Commission.
Vfoney t,otnJ on Stock Scurltii.
f'fiiiN-frfftr uf iAtir fimf SuUirp tufHrt
Chrnkr Fokt Ait Merchant Stmfkm, ItoNin.ULt
pLARHNCE W. ASH-FORD,
,4ttomrtt Mttlltttor, llt,t
Sa ts Kaahumanv SrxKRT ... .1
XT R. CASTLH,
Attorney nt Law tttut Sotary I'liMf.
Attend all the Courts of th Kingdom. t
.ttturnry ntttt (.'ommj-mop nt Te,
M fVnr StufiiT
ALBERT C. SMITH,
.tt'ttt to trtke .4ckttntrtrttrement (
Ofncr With Smith 1.mrton, Attorney i'l-w
rU. 3B, .MrtCIIANTtoTRFBT.
RS. CUMMINGS ft MARTIN
XurarottB antt Itotntrpnthtfi I'hjfvletattM.
QvtlQK CORNER FoT AND BfRETANIA StS..
Office Hours-UntilA. (.,nj from 1-3 atvt 6:30-8 r.M.
n. EMERSON, M. D.
t'hiittctttn attd .Yurieon.
liosoLULir .,. ,11, 1
Tkcpnionh Numirk 144
OlTicr hour from BW to mU . m. ? tllt.iiU n m
Office and Ittkltlenre, Xq. '-Kulcui street, comer Fori
M, WHITNEY, M. D.. D, D. S.
Titnl Itooms nn I'nrt .Strrrt,
EfONOLl'LU H, I.
Office In Ireer' IllocV corner If rrf an.! Pnrt
Street. entrAnce on Hotel street. 1
illiam b. McAllister.
FKHMANKNTLV LOCATED IN HONOLCLIT.
Offir-, cf,nvT ci Fori atv! Hotel itreet, qtct TregWVs
Particular attention paul to re.torauon Kd filling.
KcJvinir Oil eaaA wortc al -. rwi !.! rhirv-H In Pim
ihe con t.de net of the public. t fa
( UO.'L. BAUCOCK,
(tTK OF OAKLAND)
Teacher of the l'iamFort. AtMrcM, LVCAN & CO.
Rfsidunck Mo. 10 Cmnu itrcet. tB$-tv
No. 7 J QJEFN STKKCT HONOLl'Ltl
Member of ihe Honolulu Stock und. Ioni Ktclune.
I prepared to buy and tell Stocks and DonJ in the
ujjen market, at the uual rate of coin mutton.
Ha money to loan on fatocl i. Small mariute
quired on lime Contract.
Will adtUe at to Iroe&tmenu when requested.
O HALL ft SON
IMrOKTKRS NI DKALhM IN
Il'tnticum utiti flnnernl Jtrrcutnitt,
CoRMt of King and Fort Stkkuts, Honolulu
William W. HaD rresideot and Manager
I-C Abies... Secretary and treasurer
lieore l liowe Auditor
Directors H. May, K. O. White. ijj
Avtint to Uiftr AekHowtrdfimnt to Con
tracts to 'Lnbar
Huvoli'lv," Hawaiian Island ij
p W. LAINE.
t'atHmilonr nf tieett.
For the State of California, for tr. Hawaiian Island,
and General Agent (or the 1'acific Mutual Life Jn
itinuiie Company of California. 14a
TNO. A. HASS1NGER,
.Ifcuf to take Arknotcttdmnt to Con-
trari far Ztbur,
Intbimox Orricx., . . ...Honqlvlu
JOHN H. PATY,
rVofrtri JuMt and rommln(n of Dtrtl,
For the States of California and Stw Yk, Office
at the lUuk of ftshop & Co.
Honoiuli, Ouir, H.I. 1
P T. LBNEHAN ft Co.
I mportrr a wt Com m lf on Merchant.
Nimjanv Strlrt, Honolulu.
f YCAN ft CO.,
ktnpntrterm ami )riir in tl Afntla of
Jitisifl tlooda, J-Vmf tiowla,
Not. lof AND I07 KUHT SriRItT
Furniture. Chairs. Scwuie Machines. Minors and
Minor Plaits, iVtur Frames and Cornices mad to
order. 117 yr
CUREWER ft COMPANY,
(ivnerut Mercantile ami CammttMtim A ffnt
QVhUH bTttkttT, HoiOLVLl.
Othcen-11. C. lones. lr.. nreiUent add matuti-:
foftcph O. Carter, treasurer and tertiary, Xircctort
Hon. Charles K Uishi and U. A. P. ClUt; Henry
May, Ritditur, nl
itirr (is Choicest Itecf, Veal, M ttttmn, Ktt
No. A QuftN Stikt, r'uu Makl.rt.
Family an! SHippt order carefully aiu&Jed to.
Uve block furpitJted to Yt! al hgrt nuU,.
Yejmblcs of aU IUJ kUpptied to order.
TeikrHONft. .No. 411.
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Importer rif lfhoteilm dfr in tie
MAKKl't HltKIt QL'tJ StRSSET, HONOLULU
S. CKINBAUM It Co.
forirurdlng ami Cnutton MrJuHtt
tis CAuroEiA Sr., San Feamcisu
pcL1 facUitie io aad panUular fclleuUxft U lu
VPOMrtLmeois of Ulnd wcmIvICC 1
-- -- .....,,. mnr
I'lmnemr 9tem Cmn4n Mnnfmeterw mnd
Honolulu 11. I.
Practical CWeUioMr, Pury C4 M Baker.
NuuWr 71 Hotel kticti, bteE Kort aid Nuuauu
KsV Nb'UAxtr Sf.r
Wtttchtnnkcr firrer .'niriirrr, and
Nffc ill foRT Stmrt IIOHOLL'LL
Ml orders filhfdJ executed. 31
Hoot rtMif Mitt tMi-rr
lki Ami Show nude to Order.
No m Fort St.. orrnniTK antiim 3talk.
P H. OEDINO,
iXrpre and hraymnn,
Frttjl-t, t'lukate. and. lU,jflt tUMvtred to and from
all parts nf Honolulu arvj tjduity. Careful at
tention p-itd to moving r urntdire, with
WAGONS rXPKKSSLY FOR THF. I'UKrOSK
Telephone fe&i .evidence jjj iHinchboMt Ureet.
Omte, 86 Km Strett. to4 ti
PHILLIPS A Co.
Importer inl 11 fiotrmit ttrnter in f tnth
fnttt ltnr.tt .S.fir, Itatu, JJVu'jt t'ur
ifWiif tlotntM, t'anrj tintnt, J'.tr,
No. It KtAlllMANt; STReST. . ... .HuNOLt'lt'
C J; LEVEY ft CO.,
VThtttemttm ami ltctutt i3rcerf
Fort Smirr Uonhluiu
Fresh crncerles nn.l proUIons of ill kinds on hand nnrl
rx-ived reauHtly from F.urojw and America hich
will U fjld at the fowet niAiket rate.
Good deliveretl to any part cf llrt city free of charse-.
tsUndcrdirk tidied and jrotnpt attention will b
given tuthoume. iti.iy
XXTOUG LEONG ft CO.,
Auent r Jllontml Suffar, Patama tiler
And Ktllna HIc Plantation and MilL
Nvvaiu Strket Carmkr Makir
pHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.,
(I.ATE JAIIOM, CkRN ft Co.)
Importer ami t'nmmtton Merchant.
Lbjil's.inil the LlveriHKil Underwriters,
Hiituhand Forei-n Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Aiturance Compjny. 1
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMfORTER) AND 1CALER3 N
ItiutfM, Shoe, FurnlnhintJ tlootle, tint,
Cap, Tritnhs, 9'utteei,
Perfumery and Soaps, Widtham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc,
CokNSR Fokt and Mkhcmamt Stfbuts, Honuluii'
f E. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Deaikr in
I'limltur of tU-n-tj t)ecrtptton. Jlno
Vpholterr antt Manufacturer.
Furniture Warerooms N.i. itj Foil Stret. Woik-
shop at old iand on Hotel Street, All orders promptly
attended to. ,3 '
impurtrr nnd Heater In General Mer
chaiultne. QuifRNSrKKKT . . . HONOLLLU
JJ HACKPELl)"&"co7 "
Oeneruf Comtnlitnn A(tnt.
QOKKN STJUtFT .. Ilf0ll-'IU
HOPFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Importers and Commtlon Merchant.
Honolulu Oahu, H. I..
T-ILLINGHAM ft Co.
Importer and lvat,r In Itnntwttr, Cut
T ', lory, -Tool, t
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
- 37 FohtSthrlt .. .. ..Honolulu
A W. PEIRCE ft Co.
Ship Chatidter and ComnUtan Mer
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Acm for It rind's Guns and Homb Lances and Per.
17 Davis Pain Killer.
TTf7-M.G. IRWIN ft Co.
Suffisr Vaetor and Commission Auent.
CLAt'S FKE KULS. WM, G 1KWIN.
HONOLCLU .. H.
. I tiff tonerr nnil ComiHtm.titn Jttrrhnntt
Quaii STr.r Honolulu
P A. SCHAEFER Co.
Sm, -(- nnd Vommlnlon MtrrhanL,
Mehciiast Stkbet. Ho-roLuiA;
ILDER ft Co.
Lumber, J'ahtt, Otti, Xalts, and Ituttdlnu
Material of evert kind.
Cor. Fort asu Qckhv Sts Honoiulu
1'hotottraphle I rtttt
ioj awd 104 Fort Strret. . , Honolulu
Plctuiesof all sires and kinds nude to order, arwl
frames of all description constantly on haiui Also
Coral. Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. 1
ALLEN A ROniNSOH,
nrateri In J.umbrr unit nil Itliult uf llullil
(lil Halrflalm, 1'nlitlt, UU., Suits, (-.,
Honolulu, II, I.,
sr.rNTS or khookkbs
llilralrala, Kuliininu, Ktkauluobl. Mary BUeii.
Ullaraa, Pauilil anil Lealil,
At Kotlnton's Uharf. i
Xmpartrr. uf lleurrnl Jlrrcttatnll.c from
i-'runrr, KhuIiihU, Urrtnnuif and
thr. Uiittnl Mull..
No. s yuretSmaar.. ... . Honoli-l
lit ANOstSCsiiroaHiA Srar....Sa FrAiciuo.
Varskultt stteniton psll to (Ullnj and sbijln Is
D C. ROWfc,
llou and Sign fainter
Pafkr Hanger, etq,,
No, i7 Kiko Street Honiiivlu
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and CommUtton Merchant,
iUsVKR Ulock, Queen Street. HnxguiLU.
c.l. L..:.. c . ti.i t . - 1
MerchanJise prsjtuptly aiiended to. !le agents for
Anursran ana suuopcan wercrunsUM. 1 1. j.voni,
uI'tt u j. Levey.
A. M. MRLL1S,
'uA(wft,ibf. lie., ami tlotth .Uufcrr,
No. mi ,itS(ist .IIonolul
fl W MeCHP.SMEY ft SON,
(rather, Hide, Ta'toe and Cetntntlon
Atu toe the Rd)alSoapCuipaar
Nu. 4 Quust STkr ... , Honolvli;
U King Srtxr. ...'.. ., ..Hoxoiui)!
Importer of Viwooie, Jeelry of erery devcni-
A L. SMITH, " "
fmorrt- tiHif Dtnl.r in flteuiMM,
Mtrl-len Alpecl'liUr-l Hare,
No. I4 KoT Sl.iLT , IIONOLl-ltl
Kind's CemUauioq SpecraJes .nd Ke(taut,
VJ. axjM J lU sivUly t.kwUdae4 UcU-1
Until D.WMicX.J IsWku.
T EWERS ft COOKE,
(Succemoesto I.Ernft 1ickoh()
Importer and Healer In Lumber and alt
kind of Itnlldlng Material.
Foet Stebft. Honolulu
r C. COLEMAN.
Ittack smith, Machinist, Carriage ITorhp
Hot e Shoeing,
HoNntuti ,.H. I
Plantation Mtciiinerv. etc Sh-w on Klnsr Streetl
netl to Castle & Couke's. WJ-trr
ffri, Copper and Xheet Iron 11'orher,
.Store and It any en,
cf all kinds, PlumWrV stock and net alt, house fumlsh
inx goods, chAudeliers, lamps, etc
No. t Kaahihanu Strfet Honolulu
T M. OAT A Co.
iSatlmnkerf t'taa ef alt Hecrlptlon
made and repaired,
Honolulu ...,. .... . 11 1
Loft in A. P. Crrk a iww firenntstf bullslintf. fnil rt
Nutunti Street. il
T EMMELUTH ft Co.,
Tinsmith and Plumber, JUater In
titnrcs, Jtanacs, Tin,
So. 3 Xiuanu Strlbt Honolulu
T W GIRVIN,
Commission Merchant and tlenemt Healer
In Dry flood,
Wailuku, Maui ... ... H.I
Oroteiles, Hardware. Stalionetv. t'atinf Mttirtni.
Pcrfumer and Glassware. 1
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
.Steam llnytnc, Holler, Nuyar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Catting.
Honolulu. ... .., . , 1
Machinery of every description made to urder.
Particular attention uaid lo Shin's lllarkimlthintf.
Job work executed on the shortest noiice. 10
THOS. G. THRUM.
iMrOfTlNC AN1 MANUrACTUMNi;
Stationer, Xae Auent, Printer, Hook
And publisher of the SatUroav VrtnnMfafiKtti
IN Altanl and Annual, ilirchanl ttrrrt. Deal.
er hi Fine Stationery, Hooks, Vfusic, Toys and Fancy
GWs, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHOHN ft Co.
Importer and Healet In (Jeuerat Mer
chandise. Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
KT F. EURGESS,
Cnrzentcr and Jtutlder.
All kinds of jobbing promntlv attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Williamson's Express Office
Sitor, No. B4 Kinc STifET.
r AINB ft La
Importers and dealers In Hty, Grain and General
Honolulu... ., H. I
TT E. McINTYRE ft IJROTHER,
Grocery and Teed More.
Con. Kino and KokTSrs... Honolulu
"TUB GERMANIA MARKET.
Hovolulu, H. I.
Hmcf, Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
Constantly 011 hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
""w's iuiufciu, eic, aiwayi on nana. Lmr meats
nre all cut and nur tin in Ia.itiii ttl am - i..
fmtlifully attended to, anddehsered In any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between UniuA and Port
atrets. Ho-tml C. KAUPP, Propnetor.-
Watchmaker and deteeler,
Watch repairing made a Speciality
All orders from the olhct uUuds promptly attended to.
No. 35, Hotel Street. Honolulu, H.I.
Aeweler and Diamond Setter,
Nofto, Nuuvnu Stkxst, Honolulu, II. 1.
(Opposite HoIIUter V Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
TTOPP ft CO.,
74' ,,.,,,KlN(i Steert
Hpholterer; Jtraper and Healer In all
kind of furniture
Telephone No. 14).?
(pOKHtXLV WITH ROLLKS 4 CO.)
n'holrnnl. nnd Itctalt Orocrr,
tti, Kino SrvKirr ,t Uma Haimoit Hall.
Family, Ilantaiton, and Ship .lors suuptirj at short
notice ."Jtw fowls by .very itcmr. Otilers from
v oiH,r lMiH4lAllluuiirc.lUICU.s
Ttlephnr No. ito. rrs-tyr
IirOLFE & EDWARDS.
ISirOMTKCS AND PRALKkS H
llrvrrrte., I'rovl.ton. atstl t'.rd.
Cor. Kiko and Nuvanu Sri., .. ..Honolulu
fresh Cools by every steamer.
P. O. llo ISO.
1 ilepluTt. j4).
-pilK WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
X vestment Company (Uiulted.)
Money loaned fiir Ion,; or vhon periods on approved
security. Apply lo W. I. OKfXN,
Olficc Heaver lilocli, KdtI St alanajei.
DENSON, SMITH, ot CO.,
ill and its, rORT STREET,
BOHtlCirit h SCHCKb'S CaLB.RATIt' HOU.aoPATIIIC
TIIK COMMON SLNSE HUKSING UOlTLri
HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
.v. j, .v.M.i. St., ;hm , .,
Sole sicents lor IheM Islaads. A f.U bo. of the
.f f.4rtf4 ',
tad flitwee itM la. wa. aU.y . vcoi:
JOB WOKK PHOMl-JLV BONK
-..-. m. u i
DISIIO!' H CO., Danktrs
IIONlllULir, IlAWAIIA-e IsLAHIM.
Iriw Uxthane on
THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And Ihrir ageM. In
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCItlI.lt Jt SONS.
Tlw COMMERCIAL RANKING CO.,
OF SVDNCV, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL RANKING CO..
CF SYDNEY, SYHNKY.
The RANKS OF NEW ZHALANDi
THF. RANKS OF URI'dSII COI.UMIIIA,
VICrORIA, U.C! AND PORiLANTi, OR.
Tmnutt n Gtntrat lljnling lutintti.
-sASTLK & COOKU.
AAf;irlrtr and CommU.lnn Jtrrrfiilnt,
No. 8o KinoStrkrt Honoluil-
IHPORTttes Ann DSALPKS IN
The Hitchcock ft CoTipnny'l Hantauon.
Ihe AIeJtmIr & UaJdin J'UUtion.
K. HttttfAd or Vialu F'laatttlon.
A. H. Smith ft Company, KolvU. Kmu.i
J. M. Alexander, lluVu, Mui.
The HaiIiu Sugar Company,
The KohaU ugjir Company.
list Union Inaurance Lomrttnv nl Sin Knnlrsirft
1 lie New rnjland Life lnturance Company of 1 to ton
The Illike Alaiiui-cturini( Compeinrof Hoatoit.
D. M. W'ettton'i Pttnl Centrifugal MacMnek
The New Voile and Honolulu Pre Vet Line.
the Merchant' Line, Honolulu and San FranciK-o1
Irr. Jayne t .Soft' Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox Girth's Sinrer Manufacturin Company.
Wheeler ft WiUon Sewing Machine. t75t)r
TNO. O. FOWLBR ft Co.,
Are prrparetl to furnish Plan nnd Esti
mates for Steel
With vr without Can and I-ocomotlvea, .Specu'Iy
ADAPT!'. D POK SUGAR PLfVNTATIONS.
Permanent Railway, and lAcomotiTes and cr. Trac
tion Knfinet and Kond Incoinoiive, Steam
PIouahiniT and Cultljatlng Machinery. Port
able KnRine for all purple, Winding
r.ncinw for incline.
Catalospiei with Illustration, Models and Photo
(jr.iphi et the ahov riant t and Machinery may h seen
attlieo(nccofllie undenijrned. W. U GRLEN and
C. W, MACFARLANK A CO., Attenit for Jiw. Fow
ler Jt Co.
T I C E
MESSRS. R. MORE & OO.
King STKcrJv, Honolulu
fWoulf-ti.s tVtifV the Public that they
ejTusrrKtived'ystjiByienl of the famoui
' aoWjCHOLt)" 8EWINC MACHINI1
tT Anypenon wIhgtopurekaseseinKmachloe
would uo v.elt toexainin ihcm.
a number of superior
Doabl.-bairel Breach-loading Shot Cuui,
WlnchtsUr KlOes, Kennedy RlUei
Smith ti WUton Kevolvera.
A full assortment of CARTRIDGES, but ui
paper shell ; and Sportsmen's General buppllee.
tST Call and ..amine our St,n.V I
H!nc In our employ a fmt-eUss I1 and Gun
Smith, war prepsrml todo all lilnd. of repaiiln in a
lu-st-cUu manner and on short notice.
. iitr Mnrhtnr. rrfi-ilrtd and oilel
And all Linds of Iron Wotl made and repaired.
T W. JIINGLEY A CO.
Manfucturrr. of II arnna iHff'H
IHrONTKItS AND ImALEftS IN
, nj Smo.ers' Articles)
The most complete stock In th. Lfnsdoia.
Kii.j street, (near Alalca) Honolulu.
BMMHLUTII & Co.,
No. j NUUANU Sl, HONOLULU, II. I. '
STOVES ssud RANOES,
rin, Copter and Sheet Iron, Sheet fa4 and Lead
l'i(, GalvanWeU Irou llpand Fining's, Ilrass Goods
all sles. Artesian Welt and Irrigating rir. Thetv
aal Tin and Iron ware, Uaths, Clowu, hinVs. Was),.
4 stands, Mirtle aad Laamelcd Iron, in stock andvfor
jSat. at reasooaU. rales.
Ttslouhon No. 1111, usr
r M. CROWLBY
II. M, CHOWLLV (f,tMHyl Br.in.Tl.i,k-.n.
l.,.Jiuio!no.i.U;i,iu Mil. HUGH 1 1 Ab fit, tbe
aw fata .il be known as
ufoouta Whiiuaa 4 Wiijbt's.
livwyiWxriptkMsof Fstnuinie al lovef
resjrca .U Him rVyea.14.
U Silk, lleftthalr, and otter coveni.,s,
'om ya urseatL.
Kief m coverings and triateainf s.
srSVelh. -BOSrOS" and " CILLLGNOK
TuseMSK Nf etaaw, .
O. w. MACri.LAIt, 11. n. MACfAILANt.
Q W. MACI'AKLANK A CO.
Irrtporion, Comrulaslun Marclusnt.
mill Sncnr l'actur.
Fir. proof Iluild in, Queen tlrwl, Honolala
KilAitea Suear Cn, Keual,
Ihe Waikapu .Sii(ar rtantilLfl, MauL
The Spencer Sugar rianletNAi, Ha. ail
Honnhina Sutar Co, ItA.aii,
Huel. Sucir Itantelion. Maul, ' ,
Redprority Snejar Co , liana, '
Makalia Suear FUntsiKm, Oahu,
OolalaSut-arCo- llik,, Ita.aii,
OKtwalu SutarLo. Mani,
luloa Slieep IUm.lt Co, Hawaii, , .,
J tulfr Co'.StfAm I'lowai.l Portable Ttsain
Mirrless, Walson A C'o's Snjar Machinery, 01se.
flU.cow and Honolulu Une of I'atlels,
I.lrer.l and Honntulu Line of l'.tltlt,
Indon and Honolulu liiw of Stesniets,
Sun I- ire IniuraiK. Co. of Iontl.n.
RRKWUR ft CO.
Offer for Sale the care's of the Uuk
"MAJITUA DA VJS,"
Just arrived, the foilowlnr list of Merc bane! Im i
Or Cutis, j
lAaht Crprrss Wagon,
Extension Top Carriage.,
Courroon WsXxl Qaalri
Ptna y.siiti Shoulca.
' I' Che, Nc. a, 3, and u
Iotters, t-lb. Tint,
Ikn, jtb. Tim,
Hay Cutter, No, t, a and 3,
Ail. Create, ji
Fairbanks' Scales, So. 7, M, 10, It, til-9, J
Leather Btltlnf, X i
Centrifugal Lining, 14 htchei, .
Composition Nail, ij Inch and itf lack, - "
BiJea Excel wor, A
Manila CordAge. AawotteiL x
Calv. Ftnet Staple, l
Farmer's lltUcrt, o aoJ aj Cotl
biiai Rope, Aasorttd
A ah PLanlu,
Dump Ilarrow i,
Tettotc Metal Sheathintf,
Bait Wire, '
Rcfinetl Iron, 9
Annealed Keaoc WIr
Galv. crcwi and Wah
ftc., kc.t stc. '
E W GOODS
IVST 1ICK1VID ax
"Muth. Davie," "Mallitate," uid, eapete4 m
" Marlpoaa" and other vessels,
Uoston Ua-d Matthes,
Horse Shoes and Kails
DOWNI'.RS and NOONItAV Osl,
LuVricatinc Oil4fall kinds.
Cut iU, all eii..,
Ouith Nails, all sires.
Cotton Waste In bale..
Ceap Kim Clocks.
Ilrown Soep, in ca.ee,
U1,e llanjlnc Ilatketsfr Futrr,4c.
Lane s Plantation Ifoas,
r. inch Reuse-neck Socket iloea,
Ic. Cream IVcices,
Lawn Mowers, b. UnJ,
Case's Genuine Amoskcag lienins.
Case's Uenuine Amoskese Mariners Stripe,
Resides a thousand articles in the Hardware liot alway
Soon etptcted, pu by the "Spartan," . inoU oeeai
plrta aswK1mci4 of
fluff. Ilrrl Vlotr. amt IfreuV.r.,
With ettra Handles Ileaats and 1'oi'nls.
All ih.M wilt U fouil al lb. corner brick Men W
"' K O. HALL fc SON. Ltuutsd.
pHB OLHUINB ARTICLE.
COLUMN A RIVKR SALMON
Cevlmon BoUtsva, 1N83 'Otvtak.
Jaw received from Pot I land, Ore(on, Vy
Tb.se Fish cats be relied upon m Flnt-ClaYisv.
NOTICE OP COPYRIGHT.
lie h remember J iKit cei lU sui oar U May, a. u
I Ms. te.letlrk rlatw, now leuju-j la Honolulu, Islaa4
of Oahu, 1 1. L, la accordant, w lib Sc.llwi j of an "Acs
soenctAjM learning lo itU i'unijm by secuin la.
copus nf chatts and bteiks lo tbe adthof s srd prvpnes.41
M u . (Ol as," pi.ove.l the iel of luutal, A, P.
ltn hasdepustieJMilbU oilic. Ihe tills U Wis Uoa,
od alw his l"A eultkJ t 'McKeallnv', Hawaiiais
uieMTtiay, UAlu04n; a suy dorttwy of llM.eai.hi,
and hand-book of ll.e hhidoM, U IU.uL aivLnx aaaM.
oca It p ion. placet of bsswaess. and rcsklenc. of lb. adede
M1-im U lb Lity of llutMluhi aU IsLbd U Oahis.
Al.t suines aa4 etdresusof all plauers,jpiaiaailoaanJ
null couilnies. ee.rth.rj., siiAk.ua. .ViiLul e..h..k.
null couipeJtics, nMrthacu. stockawo, skiu4 aeevhaali.
and lutlui tesklsnls fnallte' fMej.a and Chinese) of
th. ublr Dande. LMetber with stsmiikal dekceluLn.
of all prwnuncnt euterpiUea and inttiuiries, m4m ssf
travel ant il.uii$iun of tk. principal poiais of inure!
n tha Ha.su Islaude, cbted by said Fledeakk
Aaot, ta ttahu of wJch bunk 1. tubas as author.
la testimony whereof, I Las. hereunto set nsyU4
and cauiei tha seals tha Interior Itepartaseal s. ka)
anisca as iionotuju, iwe i4 uay or aisy, rssa-
Cuaa. T, Cvitu,
lia.v.- aiinweru lae ie.
I -p.S UUM a ASS IU r. eeaaa, a I