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ritOM FIKST PAOf-
swept away by the torrent of vice let
loose upon thctn. As it is tens of thou
sands have lived in the light, and died
in the faith, true disciples according to
their strength, and if not victors, yet to
be counted as honestly enlisted in
The veteran missionaries in this work
arc asking of late years. "Is it true that
the success so widely heralded to the
world is, after all, a, failure?" One
hesitates to reply to a question involv
ing so much, but surely it is true that
there is growth in mission work only as
it shall accept candid criticism, study
the science and the philosophy of the
life it deals with, consider heredity, de
velopment, and environment, and not
expect morality and character under
conditions in which they would be im
possible for one of our race. When
Bishop l'nttison, the model missionary,
said, " The second stacc of mission work
is the most difficult." he knew whereof
he spake. The first is mainly upon the
heart, the second is more directly upon
the life of converts, who are more or
less puffed up by mere knowledge, are
head-strong, unconscious of their weak
ness, and test the tact of their teachers
for more severely than they did in their
original ignorance and simplicity. It
demands the uplifting of the whole man
by God's grace, and by every means
that human wisdom suggests, and then
by protcctiiig"hIm from the harm he
would do himself, until he is thoroughly
established in well-doing, which must
be a matter of time and habit. I believe
that whatever it may have been in the
past, the present system of the Ameri
can Board of Foreign Missions, and of
all other progressive associations, tends
to coincidence with the views of this
As I leave my subject I have onlv to
refer to one success of the Hawaiian
.Mission in the few really strong and
fine individuals whom it has produced,
who have never hesitated to make the
sacrifices for others which their teachers,
as they fully recognized, had made for
them. When a company of native
Hawaiian missionaries, which for some
years had been stationed at the Mar
quesas Islands, was sent for to return,
because salaries could no longer be paid,
its members elected to stay and support
themselves by hard labor, rather than
leave a, savage.pcople whom they had
learned to love. One of them, Kekela,
offered his own person as a hostage to a
hostile tribe for the life of an American
seaman whom they had captured. The
tribe finally accepted other ransom, and
1'residcnt Lincoln, hearing the story,
sent to the missionary a watch, with
some expression of his respect for the
act. The teacher's reply was that,
"White men had saved his soul, and he
could well afford to give them his body."
Hawaiian Christian missionaries, sii
ported from home, have worked long
and faithfully in the Mortlock Islands,
close to the shore of Asia, and in Mic
ronesia and the Gilbert and Marshall
Groups. Some, indeed, have saHly
failed: they have done best under the
supervision of white men.
'Die same menjeft in Hawaii, as in
dependent pastors might have yielded
to the temptations about them; but un
der the stimulus of the self-dcnvincilife
jJiev'.h3Vfc&W&'i--t:e tliMf w bdineqfc
ihcfr ships, they have lived nobly forp
Uou and man.
This soft and gentle race, full of
generous impulses, equally receptive of
gooa or bad teaching, and unfit to meet
the strong advance of Anglo-Saxon
civilization, is yet, in its blind descent
to decay, scattering the seeds of Christ
ian lite, received by it from distant lands,
among its wilder brethren. And may
it not be that the torch lit in Hawaii
shall shine across the islands of VoW
ncsia even to the far shores of the
Where ftemi the sa at Monterey
And narrows to a pleaant bay,
Above the beach whose pebbled 1 hore
Was kissed by Sanlih ships of yore,
rtaUplautcd first the sign
Of holy faith In ClirUt divine.
He passed hU soldiers followed on.
And 011 each breast tlte sign a as borne ;
They same like phantoms, and away
Like phantom went they, ere the day
Had sunk Into the ocean' crest
To c'lld with gold the billow-- West.
'tlte winds along the slWe were sighuis,
Alone the short the tea gulls cr)lti
Were circling round the holy quest
St HI doubtful If they dare to rest;
And men (tsstame tliatt these were there
Who saw the stranger band appear,
And deemed them from the spirit land.
So pale of brow, so white of hand t
Uut after many days wete dead
When other saints rc northward led,
' To claim the realm the king had glsen
To worship there and dream of heaven,
'Die Indians iwneath (he pines
Related how, with wunderou signs
God wrought ujion the cross by night
To keep it even In their tight;
And how In a wo they stood afar
And saw it hit n burning star
Expand until It reached the skies
Too strangely bright for moital eyes.
Uullo) when night had flrdaway
And moming danced upon the bay.
When they w ith quaUn nearer came
Heboid I the ctou was juvt the same
At w hen the soldiers chanted there
7V Deumt at tha hour of pr)cr
It was as holy sight t ween
At ere lit pagan. Uud wit steu,
To ic those children of the suit
Adore through! faith the glorious One;
' For Gl to w rought, the Spaniard say
MTbat al( weit converts from that day, "
Swne say tt was a miradt
Uut how they know I cannot tell;
tl mayha.t been I only quote
As Father Junipero wrote.
Honolulu, Auxukt isth, 1864
When Mr. 11a mum's agent was scouring
bum and Barman for a ucicd white elephant,
Ihe officers of the Ktnicroi pursued hiui and
slew a captive specimen to prevent its going
out of the country to the land of the intulcU,
Uut a toon at one of the superuatual beast
was actual.- obtained 1 the corruption of a
dissolute King, they began to depreciate It and
declare U to be a humbug. To know that the
tacred pacmuerm, in whom aru housed the
souls of a hundred cmpeioii, U to be made an
object of exhibition to unbdiema, it enough
to cause his frightened worshipers to declare
that he U only a common elephant, worth per
haps twenty-five dolUtr, V know that Fred,
rick the great, after hit first defeat, changed
hit uniform for that of a common toldler, u
that he could sooner get away from his cap
tors. So thtt clumsy Incarnation of lines,
ihb "descendant of the angel of the lirah
mint," this yellow lilt albino, ihis pink splashed
casket In which Gautama found his lau
aatv, wilt "play ummn" if he can, wilt
cheapen hluuelf and aftcct humility, rather
than N &a4c a thow of before Hie Yankee
pagan who tip not believe in hira. The coun
til oTtfee Serological Garden ia London,
wfeew Ilia MeU Sttbtiwe Majettv I at present
UwMf, have fecbUdeti the public perform
a6t el wKgiom ritet W&rc hla by the tab
tea ptiiliiAaU there we do mca aUurd pre
juAieWjn mk eotwOy, and CoIomI OUott,
t4 fcifliRjitefW Pearl AAkewaid
tiMeV WaUwcd fuU iwiAf.- MfW Wk
A Marnier tl'fttt'A
Apropos the slamltrous slot about labor in
these islands, going the rounds of the Idaho
ml other American papers, Mr. II, M. Moore
write to the State Kepuhllc, of Colorado
Springs, at follows
' Hating read an article in the Denrcr Trih
uneof July 20th, headed Americans In Itond'
Rf.in the Sandwich Ihnil, andbeingsomewhat
ptxtrd in the Hawaiian statistics through a
residence of five years in the kincdorti, I seek
through the Republic to state a few facts in re
gard to matters spoken of in the Tribune article.
"Tolirgin with, it Is stated that there ate
neatly 250,000 souls held in bondage in the
islands. This it certainty a gtcat ertor as there
are not more than 150,000 people in the entire
kingdom 1 here are about 45,000 natives,
probably '30,000 ' Americans and Europeans
and the balance is clhMctl rimong Chinee and
natives of various countries.
"Kor two sears I was encaeed in one of the
largest business houses in Honolulu, that of
Castle & Cooke, they leing plantation agents
and owners, I had good opportunities to gain
experience and knowledge that I could not have
got otherwise. As for shipping plantation,
help, I have been on hand when Chinamen and
South Sea Islanders were engaged and poll
lively know that, as ignorant as they are, they
thoroughly understood their contracts before
going to work.
"Chinamen seldom work intheficldmorelhan
three years when they start to rice planting or
enter tome kind of business for themselves,
This they could not do if held in bondage as
stated, boutli Sea Islanders arc returned to
their native country in three years from the time
they arrive In Hawaii. As for Americans work
Ing in the field, it is very seldom they can be
found. I have a brother now in the West who,
when he first went to Hawaii, was engaged as
luna, or, as the author of the Tribune article
would rail him, "boss," for some time. His
business was to takechargeofagangoflieldhand
and see that they performed the work laid out
for them. He never had to carry a pistol or
club, and I do not think its a common occurrence
for lunas to do so.
"In regard to labor living I have sold and
shipped thousands of pounds of salmon, meat
and crackers for various plantations I will not
claim the best was purchased, but I will say it
bad to be good, ns poor was not received, Mr
C. K. Ilishop, the banker, and owner of the
plantation particularly spoken of, is not and
never was a minister, nor is Mr. C. I'. Jones;
they are both members of what Is known there
as the Fort.St. Congrcgitional church and Mr,
Jones Is a merchant representing a Iloston house
known as C. llrewer & Co. I am surprised at
the way it is claimed the help has to quarter on
the II. & J. plantation as in my stay and travels
in the country I never heard of such an outrage,
and truly believe that if such is the case the
owners are ignorant of the fact as they would
not tolerate such doings. I do not write this
because of any interest I have there, for I am
entirely separated from the country or its Inter
ests. Hoping you will give this public notice,
I am yours, very truly,
Hiram M. Moore."
Colorado Springs, July 25, 18S4.
Has jut received per Mariposa and oilier late arrival:
Whittaker Sur Hani-., Breakfast It aeon, California
Cream Cheese, Fairbank's Lard, Table Fruits, Tie
Fruitt, Cranberry Sauce, A linear Saure, Salad
Dressing, Jams and Jellies, Pickles, Olive
Oil, Comet and Oolong 'tea, J Uoxe;
hniis.. Urcaklam lea, UoxmJ
Japan Tm, Honed Chicken
And 'turkey, Curried
Fcm I, HroilcdChicken
While O-its and Wheat,
1 tuck wheat Flour and Maple
Syrup, Graham Flour, Oat Meal,
Cori Meal. Wheat, Corn, Barley,
Potatoes, Cube, Powdered and Granu
lated Sugar, Iresh Spices, rish Chowder,
Clam Chowder, At mores Mince Meat, Palace
Kerosene Oil, Crackers of alt kinds, Ac. tfcc, &c, &d
Freah Ground Coffe every Dy.
l.r.Wi: YOUR OKDEKS, OR KINO UP
TfLRMIONK NO. It?
W GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY
PART OF THE CITY FREE OF
HB HNTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
ALAKEA ST. NKAK QuitKN ST.,
TGLCl'IIONE No. ss-
C. J. lUritet, Proprietor,
CONTRACTOR ud BUILDER
Planing, Shaping, Turning,
Band and Scroll Sawing,
Door, Sash, Blind, Door
and Window Frame,
Stain, made to order,
iutil n. 4ol TY.o H'owl Far Salt.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Alw,) s on haiul
All or Arts ft) Id on i mn Dot Ice, iml Jobbing promptly
mtlf ttJcd ta MouKUng nuul la soy pAttcrn. HttKout
fklthrf, fwr Lulvci. i.qr
ATER PIPE I WATER PIPE I
WATfcK PIPE I
albauulLuJa full supply of Colvutunl iron
WW, ntllnits alui of Hritu Cio.(i fur wttr tai git
tout )i to inchn IikIuuv,, hkh t 111 k, 10U u
ruuntU, ir!t. Kdlraun givtn on plan) uf iIp
wurk fur wlcr, fas or uuiu On hathl at alt tlmrt
Saiuisry Good, as follows i
llulh-lub; Milk'altMila(lubl, anj Eiuio.W),
SluKt, Mar? mm oii Hopitert, Walrr
I7...f, Xoif i'lpt, Lt a,l.
H'Mlm i'fNr Yaja
Mr., .V Ktr.
OMers in iM tin, will rerrlv, pront(4'attntiott.
. EMMELUTH OOn
) NtlUAMU A It 4 MutCHANT Sts.
DENS AND PENCILS.
GILLOITS AND EASVKR11KOOK J-ENS
In all tl, dtalraUs numlwta,
Quill p, na, SMwactf tan. Commercial ami Ctutom Houm
I'siu. Mali., 't ojj S. CoA
KKLIADLK OOLI) PENS.
Cro',St)tograpUc I'tn.-jJalii anJ (oU nMuntl.
Ilwc a f outJaUl hiu, blainf Pna -4 Uwi.
rUjl Co.' Automatic pencils anj Itada,
KrO, Ulu, ta4 Giu 1'cu.tU,
Itociit, No. t lo a. ArtiMa' WaciJa, Dravinf
PcucUa ia wl., IV&kM rSnctU. SUM
PcnuU plaia or ia ooj.
At XMO. a, lHKVM'M
UswctUNT Srsr no FoT Smrr'SrouK.
SASTLB ft COOKR,
llnwoifti, II I
Would rail attention to their Large anj
Titled Stock ot
( onttittnr. of the ttnrtvAlled Patii Steel
The Moline Steel llreakers, and Furrowing IMow, Mo
line .Steel I'lows-all iw.v-I'Ut.et, Jr., Culli-
vatnrt, Dirt Scrapers,
John Deere) fjnni Plosva,
i'lanters' Uoi of the liet make.
DISSIONS' CKLKIlRAfKl) CA.NK KNIVKS
tnade to effder. Ante,' Shoels and Spades
Harden Iloei. Canal ( llatrowi, Ot
llowflf Yoltet, Chains, Kenre
Sugar Mill Requirements.
HUQAK BAGS, SUGAR KEOS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, larrt
uml Kerosene Oil. Perfect
Lubricators. rlumbaf0, Al
bany Grease, Dis ton's and
b. ami J, rites, allsbesand
kind. Steam Tacking, Hit
and Hound India Rubber,
Atsio and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Hub
ber IlW.ji to inch. Pipes
and Couplings, Nuts atnl
Washers, finished, Machine
ltolti, all sizes. Cold -pre s J
Olatek smith's, Enir,ineers And
Cartenter's Hammer!, Hoc
Cuttrrs, Winches. 8 inch to
?4 Inch, An lis, Vices, Tube
Scrapers Grindstones, licit
American liar Iron and Tool
Steel, UuiUtrs Hardware,
all kinds and Mjles, Hub
buck's Paints and OiU.raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in farce varietv. Dry
Paint Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochre. M cull ic. A.G,
Whitiny, German Window
at'id sires, Manila Hope
No. i and Flour, No. 1 and j Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Cums, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES .The VaU
ttce ICeroMt-Hc Olt, Wrttnu' Cm
trlfuyat fJntnyt, 14 Inch. Jtubhr
tipriny and Canvit Jtrnhc just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves, Pack
ng. ic, Blake Boiler Peed, Juice or
Molasses, Inig:aUn(jr& Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSK.MMSNf
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrets
Salmon, Hams Asbctos Mixture for Boilers
and Strata Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples Galvanized Hoofing
Wilcox and Gtbb't Automatic; Singer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Remington Company, Farml;
Wilwn Machines the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
by every arrival from England, New
ork and San Francisco,
1 New Traction Eaclxic), H-horee power.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
OT I C E
MESSRS. R. MORE CO."
KlNtl STKT,..., ,. llONOLVlU
Would Leg to notify th, fullic that, they
have ittst received a shipment of the famous
' IIOUSKHOLD" SKWING MAC1IINC.
ataT" Anjrsriao tUaintapurvhaMaswinxntachine
would do welt totaaroin, thctn.
a number of superior
Doutile-iarrel Breach-loadlnf Shot Cutis,
Wlnck.sUr Rla, Kenaady Riles
Smith A WUsoa ReroWets.
A full aionineiit of CAKTKIDOES, Uau and
paper snell ; anu Aporttntcn a ucncral huppltes.
X: Call and examine our Slovl '
lliviuff In our aimjov a 1irtt.eUt. L.L n.t ftnn
Smith, u are prepared lo do all kind of repaitinf in a
first -claut manner and oa short nutke.
.H4trtM( Marktnrt ! frrW n! a'Klutl'rd
And all hinds of Irou Work nude and repaired.
npHE LATEST WORK ON SUGAR.
LOCK. WIGNtvK k 1IARLAND.
IllnTHATto Br 10 I'utii aim aos Ecaar-
PrL I vU , j,$ page. $i,
Ass 0. fssfssias' rrl ttrni Mtn.
AT Tlir. OLU SriANl). NUMBER i KAA-
(SHEET IKON NVOKKEH,
I'L'UMUIN'C IN AM. ITS IlKANCIIIiS.
Artesian Welt Hipc all sizes.
' HIovom itnU liitnukM
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip tap, l'nlace.
Flora, May, Contt( Grand Prize, New Ri.al
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gj-py, Queen,
Pni), Army Kangcs Magna Cliarta,
Buck, Superior, Magnet. Osceola, Ala
- -r.smrda, I.cliie, Charter Oak,
0$ rNlM Uf, Inwood and
Jjtte&fe m Utin
" I utto I
CALVANIZCI) IPON and COITHR II01LF.KS
tOH. KANGKS, ORASITi: IRON WARK,
NICKKI. PLATED AND H.AIN.
GaUvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Houae Famishing Good', all kinds.
All sixes and grades. Lift and Force Tumps. Cittern
Pump, Galvanised Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Iead Lead I'tpe, Tin l'Ute
Water Cdwbeti, Marble ttabt
and U.1, enameled
with rtands. . .
ciiandf,lii:rs lamps and lakikr
E W GOODS
fUST RKCMVKU KX
"Marth.1 Davis "Matlsgatc," knd etpected ex
Maripou and other esU
Boston Card Matches,
Horse bhoes and Nails
DOWNERS and NOONDAY Oil,
Lubricating Oils of all kinds
Cut Nails all sizc,
Clinch NaiU, all sites
Cotton Waste In bales,
Cheap Kim Docks,
Brown Soap, in cases,
Wire Hanging Baskets for IVnis.ic.
Lane's Ilantatlon Hoes,
( Inch Gooseueck Socket Hoes,
Ice Cream Freeicrs,
Lawn Mowers, best kind.
Case Genuine Amokcag Denims,
Case's Genuine Amoskcag Mariners btri(e.
Besides a thousand articles in the Hardware line afoay
Soon expected, not by the MSpartan,N a mow com
plcte assortment of
itaWa Uteri JVoira and It watt era.
With extra Handles Beams and Points.
All these will be found at the corner brick store of
i6j k U. 11AI.L, K SON. Linntsd.
THE GENUINE ARTICLE.
COLUMBIA K1VER SALMON
lelsou sBelltee, 1883 Catch.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLK k COOKt
Tnes Fish can be relied upoa as Fint-CUss,
QFFICB OF J, E, WISEMAN,
.Vo. ! Merchant Strttl. UohoIuIh, If. I.
als vsMOBSaMtl OaassrsU B
Axtmt la ihm Klaajdoast.
Rtal Estat. Broker, Lift Insurant:, Agent,
Custom Hour Broker, Employment Acent,
Moeujr Broker, Fir Insuraucn Agent,
And Cuaral Business Agent.
RttAL Estatk I)ersrttNT-Buy and el Keat
Kuate in all parts of the Kingdom. V'alue Keal Lstale
and proriertr of alt Unit; Kent and Uate llotis. Cot.
tagcat Koitnts and land; Atteu.1 to Insurance, Taaes.
Kcututg and Collcrtlng of Ucntal; lraw lgsf
Tapers of every nature, hearth 'title Itecords, eu, etc
KuriovxtxT DeraiTuiNT Find euplo'riiHnt In
all tranches of induury ronneaed with the J elands.
Oattttut Bt,SlNKs MarTKUS" Ksep Ukt and
Accoiints; Collect Utile; Loan and tnv.kt Money; Ten
Runitdp, Rngroaun and all Unde of Cupysn dvae:
lrocuMt 1V and Life Insoraoce; Adrsnisewentt and
Correspondcajc attended to.
CfsToit Hoik, llaoksa-Anepd to all Entries
through power (attorney and otherttlte, .Merchants
Ulfttid Ibis deuartnetu a special Uneil so then, at I
attend lo the deltvvrv of invuscea complete.
Eoucitivc Acaur for live Mutual Life Insurance
CoKpany of New Votli, tin largest, grandest and
aututdesl luurance Company In the woild
Tourists and Trawlers, and thoaa seeling peitaa
ncul hoove on Ikvat anda, will Stae) It to their ad ran
ta consult . personally or letter when auitaUe
eeailsltons are muireu.. anU tnejr wm taexi H la
Inseewet Us call o see lor general LnAarsaatioo per.
u u Ike lalaadi.
Ctamiptasliase solkked from abroad and orders
eftwed and aeeof far HawaUa Curios, reraa, CuraJ.
Thill, Lee hynwvnn, Fnoig. Vers, etc, etc, aptwr
UMtew so tke falande.
OeekVs ef every sssitate attend! to, coasu kaas tke
VjAMBimC-MAODBBURG FIRB INSUR
I rl ance Company of llambarf.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture And Machinery
Insured a;amt ire on the most favorable termi . r
4 pny of Berlin.
fi. A SVttARFFR & Ca, AG&STS.
Ihe above Insnranas Company, has eMablmhed a
treneral s(ttncy here, and the .indent gned. General
.ttent, anauthonetl to talf rtiksaftainu the dangers
of the .seat at th mwt reasonable rates ami on the
most tavoraMt terms.
OREMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
P. A. SCA KFRR V C Aref
AIonrents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Kor the lfAaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
r. A. SCUARFRK 6 CV AGRtfrS.
The abore Insurance Company hasestabhtheloCen'
eral Agency here, and the nleovetfgned, (reneral Agents,
are auihomnl to lake Utks against the dangers f the
Seas at the most reasonable tate, and on the most fa
AMHURG.BRKMRN FIRE INSURANCE
r. L CfARRRR V Ca, AGR.VTS.
The ftlvove firm hiving teen appointed arfents of tliW
tompnny are Nepared to imure rUks against fire on
Stone and Brick btitldingi and on .Mertlnndise stored
therein, on the mmt favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their olT.ce 1
RANS.ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
A HACKFRLD A CV.t A&ntt.
Capita! and Rem rve Keiclisnmrk rlmo.ooo.
" their Reinsurance Companies ' 101,650,000
'(Tie Agents of the alujve Company, for the Hawaiian
Mands, are preivareil to inure llmldings, I'urniture,
Merchandhe and I'nxluce, Machinery etc., also Sugar
and Rico MilU, and vessel in the harbor againU loss
or d image by fire, on the most favorable terms. t
UTUAL LIPE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
n n.DER & Ct., AGE.vrs,
tAtrgrglf Nilfrat ami ittnef Efonnmlral fAe
I neifrrffsev Cmupnnti In tit ti'nrt,t,
CASH ASSETS OVER $9r,ooo,ooo.
For further information conrerning the Comany,
and for rates of Insurant Apply to the Agents, or to
J E. 1cman, Soliciting Agent. 1
ORTH-GERMAN FIRB INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg:,
A IIACKFRLD cV Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Kesrrvc. .t.e..UeicIi3mark S.SjOfOs-o
M their R-'InsuranceCompanics, M 35,uon,noo
lhe Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Island, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
.Merchandise and IVuduce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, again! loss
or tlannge by me. on the mot favorable terms. I
OSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREWER & Ct.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
(IIILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BREWER & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
R1TISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company, (Limited)
THRO. If. DAWES, AGENT.
The aboe accnt has received instructions lo re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Forts in the Pacific, and Is now prepared to Issue poll
ties at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
ksta airlift ii 1836.
UnUmUetl UuhiUty to Stockholder.
Reserve .. . 6,750,000
incomk ron 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance . ..... , .. , 5.381,195
I.oes prom pi I adjusted and Wul here. 1
of San Francisco.
CASTLE V COOKE, AGENTS.
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ance Company cf Boton,
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
i-ompeiny in uie united routes.
Voltcte Jttuetl on themomt Farontbte Term
CXAMTLR OP hON-POrtTKirURR TLAN ;
Insured age 35 j can ordinary life plan :
1 Annual premium continues Policy a years, 3 days
a nnnuai premiums continue foucy 4 years, ia
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 years. 46
5 Annual premiums continue Policy ioyears,v6
Assets , . . , ...$13,500,000.
Losses paid through Hnoluolu Agency, $w,ooo
IT W. SEVERANCE,
Si6 C'AMroaNiA St., Cau, (Roost No. 4.)
HAWAII AS COXHU1. COXMISHIOX
-.HARLES BREWER tt Co.
3; Kinv STttaar, Uuston,
AUKXTS Ot' IIAWAHAX VACKI'.TS,
Uentral CoMMteaioH Agent
Special attention given to the purcltasinj of goods for
tne ttawatian traue. rreivnt at inv,et rates.
Ijibor Contracts, Dills of Lading,
Hills of Kxchang., towers of Attorney,
Mortgages, Charter Partys,
llutlders Contracts, Articles of Agreement,
Pcedi, Bottonvy Bonds,
Leases, Purchasers' and Manufacturers' Invoices, Mar,
riagc Certificates llavaiian form. Letter
Sheet Maps of tlte Islsnds, Plans
of Honolulu, Charts of
Principal Ports '
OR ANV BLANKS PRINTED TO ORDER
.It THOU. ). TllHVM'H
Mhchant Smasr St.
C w' CARTER IS. F, GRAHAM
1 4 Wh
. aCTAlL IUUH
riKWOOD, COAL, a flKII
HAY ao OATS
.(Tre. Pwfcpsy to all parts of the Oty.
a ' 1
sssWr $, KlXti MIMMKT.
OLLISTER A CO.,
txrtTK rttr -irrw.vrio.vor rate
riiti.ta . vot'xrnr mkhchaxt
In partinilar, to their tarfe and
varied s.tsortment of
just received. '1 hie Is acknowledged
to te the finest perfume in tlie
world. All of one quality.
litest variety of odors it)1es
and prices, also
(all shapes and style)
PhotoafTatf eaaora 3tysllea
and the largest and most complete stock t(
ever kept in this Kingdom, a
large Invoice of
WAHIIKIt MF.ntTKMtAXKAS SfOXOK
direct from Furopc, free from
and or dirt. Agents for
PARKS DAVIS at CO1
J. O. AYER . CO-S
Horseford's Add Phosphates,
Green's Aug-ust Flower ft German Srup,
Allcock Porous Plaster Co,
Murray Lanman's Florid Water
Verba Buena Bitters.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are alto Proprittors and Manufac
facturcrs of the celebrated
Agenu for Wtn. S. KlmUU & CA
Frtttj rant Vanity Fair,
Tobacco mud Cigarettes
wliich have no rivals. The
Urcc4 assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE & SODA WATER
las alwas been recognised as the
beit in the market.
OUR aNGER ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula In
AERATED WATERS in Patent or Cork
Stoppered bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE RETAIL, 39 NUU "M ST,
RETAIL. Co. FORT MERCHANT STS
VKK " MAL18QATE,"
We have received further consIftmeiN of
Mr..r. Mtrree.J tf mHn 4 C'eMmehlturtl
And have now on hand, ready for delivery :
One Triplc'Eflect, on bnd3m Irott suglnf, onntenlni
34)5 squat feet of heatinf sttrtftc, wills Pumping
Kngine and dischars;tn McuaTcooiAUte.
On Doubie'Ellect, having s,soa square feet of healing
surface, with Engine and Montjus.
One set of row Weston's Patent Centrifugals with
Engine and Miser
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Havin Increased facilities for the tnanufactitr U
these machines, (the AVetion Patent, for which, a
Great Britain lias asptredX we are thua enabled to offer
them t materially reduced prices.
We have full assortment of Centrifugal spares
liolngs, brasaes, rubber hands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 In. by it ia.
Clarinera, Flat Coolers, I by f bye and b j by i.;,
On Spare Top (toiler U s6 by j in. Win.
One Spare Site Knller for do. dov
On Spar Intermediate h'ptu Wkeet foe gearing of do.
l6,Hf O. W. HACKAKUNK Co.
OOKS PIRTAININS TO HAWAII.
Jm' IliMory of la. Hawaii Itknele.
whuMy. Ouid kouu
at ta. v s at t
Meets. I lb Haad.ich Isisads.
Mia nastloa Cumming's lir. 7catains.
We. JwU'a Horss4isvT '
Raeaiiaa Aaeasaasc aad Aaaual
Togftha with Lara siocV of trainable and eeaeeui.
ta tooaa, tus ef wswn
I petbiialwal to la tnpt. asset
OT. MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN
Ixicattd In the Itautifut village of San Mateo, on the
MtaWkhed (n 1B65. Totirtten lntnictor of repnta
heated by steam, and are In every ay arranjed for th
If ilrn Jnly 24.
For further information fnd catattue, lust out,
XirtLDBR A CO..
Importrrit and dtaters In
And BalldtsMl M.t9rll
of all llttds Jutt rWil, ex late arrival., ttvera
Urge and I1 selected rarjo4 of
coaiprtilnc all the umsl slock siret
In Sctuitliaf, Tlmbci,
Hlanki and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane tatfac and rough Hoard sur
fared and rouch Battens, Pickets, KuMir,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS, SASH AHD BI.IKDS.
MX sitest, of Eatiern and California make, and for
al ia quantities to suit, at low price.
Also, in Stock,
WHITE ZINC, PAINT OILS.
METALLIC AND OTHER TAINTS,
fiLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fin. aMOrtment of
U latewt atjlcss.
, Butts, etc.,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
UNION FEED CO.,
Imp.rtrs and dwlat. la
Cat. Hay ami Olaln
Goods pi omptlydelisered.
(MS. 4 (alrgS ate
Telephone No. 1 75..
P. O. Bos l-ij.
Haeejust received an
Suited to lk wanu of IbU naHrt.
and a food 1m ol
W would call the special attention
of Planters 10 our
. lewstM JrsM AtMref Hue,
hkh has been (uonounced tb best of
la. kind ever used In this country,
We hv also received
OILLINOMAM 8RSAXINO PLOWS.
to, i, l In., which are giving perlecs
sailatactloB wherever they
Tb endleu varitly of goods which
w r aoer. constantly r
celvlng ate ow being
OPENED rOR INSPECTION AND SA1X
AT THE LOWEST PklCE.
T NK8, INKS, INKS.
TRNOLIi'S WIUTINO FLUI1I&,
la ,. m, H tea. and eaa.
CAKTPR-SCOMBIMKD WMTIMO COPY I MO
sMK, ia as, psa. 14 M as. "
DAVIS' MAMOMD SLACK INK,
ia asa. taa, M ms. a sums.
ass nnn Jmtr.ttnem lafc, M, aad
sr aavw TaxsastHiv
t'OK II OS'S.
y Discipline. .
Southern I'acthc R. R.iimilei from San Francisco.
tion ami ability. I he iMnitiingi are eiteni
tieaitn anu eomiori m ine ma:.. inn
Rrv. At.FRI'.n LF.K I1HKWKK. t. A., t
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street, Honolulu,
isimsttte anu besisa tn
SEW INO MACHINES
1'ar't, Attnrlimenlt, till ami Arrrimrle:
ACF-MI ro tllR
Wtttraanilihe Libiir-KuKNiit! Nav, Hour Machine,
llowant's Machine Needles, all UnJ
Con hell's Silk, in all color, and sires l
llarbom's t.inen Iliread,
Clark's O. N. 1. Machine Cotton.
,tmt. DimortiCi RtlMIt Cut ltfr Ailttm
Dealer In Ristls,
(U'NS aid SroRTINtl Ouotis,
SttJT, Powhse, CArs,
KHHOHKXK HTOt'KS, In nil .lie.
Sewine Machine, LtxWimd Otin.kejtnng promplljr
Q AMU EL NOTT,
Importer and Dealer tu
L'handclieM, Lamp-, FenHants, Ilracket titnna;
O TtifauUr, Side '1 titular. Hoiling bouw.
and Police Lantern i Nure, Fucket, and
Table Lamm; (.lobes, Chimney ReRevtcrs,
famp Holders for new Ing machines.
STOVKS AND RANflKS Uncle Sam, lllt'
1'atcnt , Richmond, M Ka MtV' I'tfrt, Oreola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flora
MISSISSUM'l RANOI' CooUng capacity or too
FRF.NCU RANOKS-For restaurants, hotels, and
private residence, with t without hoi water
WFeSWaVHOLM'S 1 X I. CUTLF.RY.
A hne a.ortmcnt of Table, Desert and Tea
Knives and Fork ; Carvers nnd tStrelt, with
plain and ornamental Ivory handles J atj
Pocket Knive. Raiors, Shears, llution hole
and leAtlir' Scissi-irs, Bread Knites, ttenulne
French Cook Knives, llutclier and Kitciira
ladies' Work -stand IIi.kt-; Omce, Lunwh,
Laundrv and Market HasVrts.
DOORMATiv Assorted ftlres and palttint,
SILVF.R-PLATF.I) WARK :
Rogers llrothers'and Merideti PlailngWork;
Water and Cream Pitclien! Table, Desett,
and 'lea Knives; Frrks and Spoons, Spoon
UGM'M, napkin Kinfii, crniurcns Muat ti
fickle anu t-rijei atanu, nuiier uowis,
Card Receivers, Fruit Stand, Preserve
AC ATE WARM , ,
Nkkle mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole,
ery neat and deniable J plain Cook in c
Utensils In lare variety.
Milk Pans. Pudding and i-Iaiu Basins, Ml.lt
Hollers , Rice. Jelly, and lceream Moulds
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enanetei) and tinned Iron, from j-pii.1
Toilet Sets, lo'det Standi, Water Coolers
Cake, Cutht ad Knife I tones ; Spljtnont
Fairbanks' Phtform, Coumcr. and Kitchen
Moline Flown, Shore's, Spades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rite and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Haildtesand Beam.
ICE CHEST'S and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDr.R CUTTEUS-Thrcu sizes, i
x, t and ainch cur, an A 1 artkle
Warranted bcu erades New ork standard,
and carbolired, K. . 1. 'J, H, Inch
Hose, noriles and sprinklers, Jic.
PLUMBEU AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
Slieet leead, a to 14 II. tuiuaro foot Soil Pipe
lend and cast Iron; Water Closets. Cases'
Sheet Tin J Sheet 'pper, clean tud tinned,
it to 00 ox,; Hoe Bibbs, Rosin; Sinks.
Mack and enameled; ditto Washstaiids
Sheet Zinc ; Soft Solder, our outi make,
GALVANIZED IRON PlPE-h to inch; lbot,
T reilucen, plug, btuhlnff.
PIPE VICES, take i to ) inch pipe; stocks and dies,
cuts to 3 indi pipe.
BIRD CAGES Larftent l.riety lit market, plMd
bn'sht, an 1 brass wire.
BABV CARRIAGES, BoY' Wheel harrow and Co
HaH justly-celebrated Fire and Burglar proof
Seife, We keep In stock the braest assort
inent of Safes to I found west ofCalifornia.
Cuts mailed upon appliuxiloiu
QELETrS ICE MACHINES!
Just, the thlrut for use nn plantations whMt
steam la ai-uilabl. Small ilia nisJces ie lb.
Ice In four hour ; second sue, 70JI. In isrvcn -
hours. Cuts, with full direct lonfor worklacg
mailed lu our addrass on application. ' Wa
are aiiiuurucu 10 ueuver incse ntacnnM w j
alongside a; makers prices, add ins OY Co
o packlnf ftiet and freigthtw
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds In tin.
kheel-lron MOrkinv atiewlcdto.
over store, Wurk escctued by gompeterit
workmen at reasonable (irices.
HEAVER I1L0CK, FORT STRUCT. , r
11 Nimbi slatienc lietler than slow shiUing surd Q
AW l)OHT lORCKT P' An is If
T A I N E C O
WAV LACC STUCK Or Til
VXaSY BEST MAY, OSLAJN.-BJCfV.
which is offered at the , ''!
LOWBST MARKST RATK8,
atid delivered free to anypart of the cityfl tlav
Agents for lite "
Partit Mutual Life lufumut. C
r.UH.t..u.. ,TLi. r.v ,1, St.,. ..r r.t.r..t. 7, I Hr!
TELglitONK NO MMi-lt.
CONTKACIOR ar.1 HUII.UKK,
STKAM fhAXIXU MILL,,
KefJmumtir, Naaaeaslss. ,- '
alautVli .11 tiioris of '
MawMiRfa, i H '
T eaaSTWag7 , IT1eff
All liuls of rlwugad')irk, "'llr'ag untile
teUMeVLffmm ifii,iiiss te 4m
ive, are f f '
Sesiion 1 a.
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