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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1884.
VoiA'MK V, NuMlHSR 7,,
WllOI.B NUMIIEK 2 12.
a MrrniHp the .
Our of the titiiet iitciMues I fre-
ucntiy ItH.ulge in, i to go to n rocky
jMiint imtltiu', out front the shore
against ltkh the v.ics break In curl-
ingsprav, and with my book pass the
morning while my little gill amuses
herself picking shells from the sand, or
..thine ner xcvt iwc lect in inc.sions 01 servitude ami nranny, aim
wjrm tulne. I tioiign so near uic mi
i.igc of llilo, it isquitr shut iiumy from
it. and I am free to read, or dream the
happy hour awaj, undisturbed. To
day the waes toss In unusual violence,
alone the iukkciI roast far as my eye
fan reach, a firnge of white , touches
the green, and out tiK)i. the horizon
line a misty seil hangs down, as if the
storm which has swept ocr the region
the ast week were only suspended,
gathering breath to come in renewed
onset upon us. And yet the angry
breakers with their ctuel crawling foam
only add a fascinating wildncss to the
scene, quite in harmony with it,
Nature in its primitive forms is at home
here, it is civilization only that is in
cotigriioiy., I ni)sclf a,m nn intruder,
and my little white robed maiden with
her )cllow tossing curls might be some
dainty sisitant from a lunar realm, but
not an inhabitant of this tropic soil.
Right before me, however, is the nat
ural outgrowth of it all, as much a
nart of it. as the cocoa-palms or gorge
ous hibiscus that stains with tlamc the
mossy banks alone the coast, a wahine
snuattina on her heels on the rocks
cleaning the sea weed which her keiki,
brings tier, running back and forth over
111c suppers rags, tiiuiiiL'iciu jiunc is.-
sulintcred lava or drenching spray, in
tent only unon her task of dislodging l
the vivid substance from cranny and
fissure., A faded calico chemise U all
the mother wears. The child is bare to
the waist, and her brown shoulders
and supple limbs glisten in the glowing
sun. Drawing nearer I see that they
have a mass of the gelatinous stuff in
the hollow of a rock, and evidently are
soon to breakfast upon it.
This is a satisfsing dainty that I
know nothing about. Of course this
Hawaiian aristocrat knows, this, and
she smiles in a 'superior way upon my
curiosity and ignorance. Have not
her ancestors for ages grown up among
these rock and found in just such
food as this the nourishment for their
sinuous bodies and tapering fingers
and rjazling teeth that I admire so
much. Docs not every inch of thi.'i
wave-swept pantry hold for her a nutty
shrimp or a drowsy crab, an appetizing
snail or some toothsome limu. Kchold
the generous fare, and ill ready for the
taking what need for her the struggle
for existance, the horny hand of toil,
brain and muscle developed to their
utmost to contend with a ureeuy push
ing world? bhe has all she can cat,
and plenty to give away, and she knows
that to-morrow and forevermore the
same sumptuous feast is waiting for her.
-t ,, Out from behind hc cliff appears
1 ."' another lord of this rcmon. crives nie a
hasty glance, and then with regal dig
nity quite ignores my existence. Why
should he not? What hac I, or what
am I measured by his standard of val
lies? Have not all his grandfathers
swung the net and plunged into the
seething surf with the same fearless
grace that he is doing now? See him
lie on the waves, how they lift and
bear him just where he wants to go,
and how all in a moment his skilful
liand and crafty eves have lured into
his reach the delicate morsel which
even my foreign palate can appreciate.
It seems only pastime to him, a rap
ture of- sensation and motion. Hut
what should I do among those horrible
breakers? What if I had to fish for a
living? Now as he emerges triumph
ant with his finny captives must he
not pity my inferiority and am 1 not
humiliated in the comparison? It
must be a grand thing to be a Viking
among the vikings1
Out there where the waves break
over the shallow coral reef, is a canoe.
sharp as an arrow, making its way with
unerring aim direct for shore. 'T would
lsl more than I could do to keep a
a seatvfor moment, in such a tiny cockle
shell, but the bare brown shouldered
native inside seems a part of the little
craft and comes bounding on, helped
by every curling- monster that spouts
it fountains upon him. To him each
crested wave is but a prancing .steed
with foaming mane, harnessed to his
taaple chariot and obedient to his
every wish. Are not these natives
aristocrats of the sea as well as of the
shore? What do "they know or care
foe ihe omnipotence of steam when
they have the omnipotence of their
own right arm? It is suck as I, effete
representative of modern civilization,
who must be carried on spacious
decks above gilded saloons it is such
M I who tremble at every heaving
billow and shudder at every stormy
" While my eyes have Iwen fascinated
". by the nautical skill of my native
canoeist, another figure has appeared
sj.my side, an old crone, shrivelled
and bent with a shock of heavy white
n( tailing uvcr a lace nice parcnmeni.
9c Udown in the sand groping with
skinny hands for bus of wood to make
tM tire tor her morning meal. And
Mate they arc, all ready and abundant
tH her, fragments of the protruding
wots of the cocoa nut trees waving
above her, jtions of rotten plank
iMg high on the beach, branches of
koa and mainanc that have come on
a long career down from the mountain
fortsls, through noisy torrents. No
matter how, it is all. for her and lifts
her from servitude aud want. Is she
net richer than J who must send thou
Mult of mules Tor the costly fuel my
dcmailds?. Down here in the
which she loves and which is
i"a friend to her, she can heap to-
H i pOr fagots that when lighted shall
Vk, the food within Jicr reach, and
Jk'IPkfwtti he can He on the wave
ITajEickVed rocks and doze till ib) light
V mfi. "What terror ha ixmity for her
4JJR0 can make nature her ally, can find
1 Akm S.a.1. j al. ..uu, !.. .!.... I...
t jtWK " " "" f WW,
m the Mauklitu (om. her shelter
l i H "f " . Ua rwl f Truly,
L " -T-". ."" ".
k wwltiivg of a Mt4of taml
, !tJm m MfMMMkMt tatinjt, with our HiullMrtr of credit
tipiicHy of vnnti, our entiles. cra1ngn !
and juiicrlliious wortlc. Tli.it hooting
steam wliis-ilc from yonder ugar mill
U hut an aium protest from such an
outlook m this those huge storehouses
ate btoti on the l.mdsrape Ho they
not mean endless toil, and those waving
cane fields, what are they but cspres-
every refinement of luxury, but n new
embargo upon care and happiness and
And so my hour's musings have
brought me to this thai the life of the
savage is w oni tienciitent one.
iK'cn'in the light oi todays teachings
nspirntiou lakes on a new version, and
reads like this Go to the Kanaka.
0 American, consider that sluggard
and Iw wise.
And to reinforce this bit of wisdom
those comes to mind the testimony ofa
noted phjsician who declares that there
is hardl) a lady who shines in society
today, whose nerves are not broken
down, or in a fair way to break down.
In his opinion, all civilized states arc
suffering physical degeneracy and n
penury of great minds is noticeable.
There is a quaint bit of Hindoo liter
ature which says, "There is print on
the trees in every forest which every
one who likes may pluck without
trouble. There is rool and sweet water
in the pure rivers here and there.
There is a soft bed made of the twigs
of beautiful crcejicrs. And yet
wretched (tcujile suffer pain at the door
of the rich" everywhere. Wc must go
bark to solitudes and become nature's
children once more. Who ever heard
of a kanaka with neuralgia or one
suicide because of
business worries ?
Did not Chinese Clordcn find his
greatness through meditation and re
tirement, and has not llismarck been a
martyr for years to that high pressure
of living which never allowed the tor
tured nerves to rest for a moment?
Hut Tennyson ha voiced the
thought in his own immutable words
and they find fitting arcompanament
in the languor of this sea-girt-isle and
the soft waving of these drowsy palms
" Why arc we weighed upon with heaviness
Antl utterly consumed with slurp distress
While all things else liase rest from weariness?
AH things have rest; why simuiii we toil stone,
We only toil who are the fust of things,
Anil make perpetual moan,
Still from one sorrow to another thrown:
Nor csei fold our wings
And cease from wanderings
Nor strep our brows in .slumber's holy lialm
or hearken what the inner spirit sings,
'There is no joy but calm!'
Why should we only toil, the roof and crown
M. C. K.
August 30, 1SS4.
How do )ou do, dear Willie!
.nd how are you grtunc alonj X
I am goin ro write yon a letter.
Ami all in the the shape of a souf
I want very much to see you.
And (.lay with you out in the yard -I
hey took me away from you. Willi.j
And I thought it was sery hard
They tarried, me on on the water.
Where I w no crass or trees
At first I did not like it.
And did nothing else lut tease.
I teased Tor papa, a.nd you, Willie,
lease d to lieon the land.
At home where 1 wouldn't be sea-sick
And where I could walk and stand
1 was afraid or tumbling over,
Tor the ship rolled all about.
And I sept my berth for a week or more
Ilefor I dared to go out
Hut after a little w hile, Willie,
1 didn't mind it at all 1
I liked loVatch the sailors.
And l learned lo pull and haul.
We lived en board so many month. '
That l col to feel at home.
But I always remembered jm, Willie.
And cried for you Income
At tat! we reached Aunt Sarah's.
And here 1 like to May,
And if my mother would live here.
Care not ro go away
Rut I shall er forget you, Willie
lie sure I love you still ;
Sometimes 1 ask to go back there.
Tis just as I happen 10 feek
I enjoy the winter weather.
The pretty snow and ke,
I love to go a-sliding
Oh, Willie, 'tis so nice
Vour Cousin Eddie can tell you
About the skates and sleds.
And how the boys go coasting
And fall and break their heads ;
And how they Jump up crying,
And then go at tt again,
Uutil they get as hard)
And brave as little men.
I have two little plamates,
Who both hasc got your name.
!( seems so scty furny.
To call you all the saine.
Willie Knu and Willie Kicker
Art my companions here
At ibo Mauds, Willie Damon,
I think Us scry queer.
1 though of yoo on Christina,,
And wondered what ou had.
When you went to get your stockinf ,
What you found lo make you glad
I Lad a boa of ten-pins,
A little cotfee pot,
A par full of candies
And other things I got.
Suuc darling little sleigh-bells.
Sewed on to pretty reins,-
M) dear Aunt Kuuaie knit them,
How kind to take such palus,
Hut mul. etki my story,
Or el 'twill t o long
With letters strung in song
Now you must write me. Will.,
And tell me how you do,
And tell ma all about those bous
And all your playthings, too.
IVay give m love to mother.
Remember father, too,
tk not forget each brothel,
fiesidee a heap to )ou.
If I go bask to see you, Willie,
Some present 1 shall cany,
Ssa keep your mind oo that, Willie,
And do oos grieve fvl
-.Vey IVr. ,., ld
Men who determinedly control their
appetites find themselves stronger with
each victory to resist the temptations of
evil and indolence, and achieve at last
a Spartan ruggedness and granite firm
ness that makes life one long, triump
hant content against the assaults of the
Hulvser ; If a uood face is a letter of
fwoweiwndation. a good heart U a
Mnke ,V Vr V,jreie;
Up to the picscnt time I never heard
.t dealer in intoxicating liquor lmvc any
good reasons: for being in the bujlnessj
but I have heard men, who ought to
know better, tryto whitewash the li
quor trade It Is not very hard work
to find out those who cannot see any
thing good resulting from the iiunufai
tine antl sale of Intoxicating liquors.
Home. v ears ago, as foreman, I be
came acquainted with a printer. His
wife who had left her friends In Nova
Scotia and come lo New Vork with
her husband, had suffered the deepest
wrongs from hiui who should have been
her thief supiHirt Unc day he was
drunk, a few davs after in a penitent
mood, at another time pawning every
thing he could lay his hands on, ami
shortly after in tears for the ruin he had
brought to his household, Death one
night entered his above and took away
the spirit of his only child, leaving
nothing but an emancipated body. No
money in the house, hardly any clothes
in which 'o nttpiul the funeral, his wife
went among his personal friends mfd
raised a sufficient amount 10 buy a t:of
fin and burial for the corpse. While out
making a few purchases, her husband
spent what few cents he had'been able
to raise for drink, ami not knowing how
lo get more, went home and took the
clothes off the hotly of the child in the
coffin and pawned them for a small
sum, and. soon was on a drunk that lasted
several days. Learned antl well-to-do
men may have the nerve to say that
the result of the saloon business arc
not as bad as some tiocplc would try to
make the public believe; but what do
you think that poor woman thought
about it on returning' home and finding
her naked dead babe in the coffin ?
She told mc,hut I hope she will never tell
A boss carpenter in this city, named
Frank Haas, residing at 307 Seventh
avenue, was brought before Justice
Gardner, of the Essex. Market Police
Court. His wife died the day before.
The father left the house in the morn
ing, leaving his three children with the
dead body of their mother, anil in a
short time he was dead drunk. Ten
o'clock on Monday morning was the
time set for the funeral; some good
neighbors raisetl money to bury the
woman, which was handed to Haas
when he got sobered; and the result
was, it was all spent for liquor, the littleJ
children being found playing around the
room, and the lather sleeping oil the
effects of his drunken debauch in a
corner, at the Hour appointed for the
burial of the dead mother. Question
Can you hunt up an excuse? You
can't, try ever so hard. What do you
suppose one of the little children will
think of the liquor-traffic, who, when its
mothers body was being removed by
one of the health department officers,
said! "Dood-bye, mamma, dood-bye;
turn back soon to baby '' Do you feel
sorry enough for George (aged six years)
Charles (agetl ten years), and "baby"
Lena (aged four years) to stop giving
excuses, and help at the ballot-box to
break up the wicked traffic?
Since the day when "they all with
onccons6nt began to make excuse, "to the
date of writing this article,cxcuses have
been plenty some worth listening to
and others of such a character that
they ought never to have been uttered.
And it is about time that thinking
people stopped excusing the practice
of men and women drinking that which
intoxicates, and also excusing the men
and women who sell it. Educate the
people until the doctrine thou sftalt
net drink or sell any spirituous liquors,
unite, beer, or cider, shall be as well re
cognized as a part of the belief of the
masses as "thou shall not steal." G.
Ji, Scott, in the N. '. Witness,
I-ord Coleridge, in tlie recent Yates
case in hnclanu, delivered a sermon
from the bench on society journalism,
so-called, that might be read and taken
with profit in a land in this direction.
Mr. Yates published in his naner a
scandal about Lord Lonsdale; that is,
it was so worded as to lead the reader
to the conclusion that Lonsdale had
eloped-with a certain lady. There was
no truth in it. bo soon as Mr. Yates
discovered that fact he apologized, and
inaue every eiiort to niuio the wrong
and riidit the injured parties. This was
honorable, and at least testified to the ab
sence of malice in the publication. He
pleaded that he had been deceived by
another party, and had every reason to
believe the information given to be true.
Hut Mr. Yates was found guilty, and
sentenced to four months' imprisonment
and n fine. When he appeared at the bar
Lord Colerigc took, occasion to lecture
on " Society Journalism." He stood
stronely for the freedom of the press.
but was very bitter upon the license
seized upon by some puhushers under
that grant In the course of his re
marks he said he could not believe that
an) body found pleasure in feeding upon
the unwholesome dishes the sensa
tional press sets out. He was certain
no educated gentleman could feel any
thing but humiliation and contempt in
having to hupiily such food. The learn
ed judge would not need to reside long
in the United States to become con
vinced that he is in error. Thcrojis
unfortunately a large class of coprl
who take delight in the filthy scandal-
that are dished up by sensational
vapcrs, while there are men of fair educa
tion who do not feel any scruples about
making them as vile as literary ability
antl devilish ingenuity can devise.
Whether this taste for the scandalous lias
been created by a vicious press, or
whether the scandalous press is the
result of a vicious taste among the jieo
plc, c do not need to now consider,
though we hold thatihe pre is more
at fault then the people. Scandal is bad
enough inihc mouth, but worse in print,
even if the truth is adhered to. The
demoralization of virtue among the
newspaper-reading public is bail enough
when it results from the unwarranted
publication of such privileged matter as
the proceedings in the Hill-Sharon
abomination, for instance. A'ne Yori
. Shakespeare There's no art to find
the mind'reonstruction in the face.
CMITH A TIIUUSTON,
No ll MmrtHShT If near
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Retinii on Rood work at reasonable Charge to cam
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Lutral Wire Wart, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frame. Pi,
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kind of Machine Need.le, IoaicttcM Paper Fa in ion.
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Cap, IVmhIk, lalltet,
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rioe Jewelr), etc,
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MHR1R ANd PnAtCR IN
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releplione No 143.
Attui'nrft nt Litii'ttmt Sollritorhi f'irf rrr(
Practices In ihe Court, nnd preparer Heed Wills
Mortgages Lees Contract, Aftrtrtrrnt, etc., and
nejfotUte Mentytd Limit, etc.
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tiiijioitrrm ami Comminmfoii Merchant.
Honolulu Oamu, II. I,,
RiTRS. A. M. MELL1S,
Fafthioh'thfr ItrvM itmt Vtortk Muk'rr.
No. 104 Fort Strbkt Honiii.iti.
PD C. ROWb,
Itontr ttmt SlfH I'ohitrv,
Pm-kr Hangkr. etc.,
No. 107 KtMn Sthkkt . '...IIonoliilij
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
tmjtaitrr ami ttmlft'H tit Uenri-nt Jrr
chitmttuft Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
J A1NE & Co.
I in port en and d talent tn Hay, C.mtn and (General
Honuluiu H. I
"THOS. G. THRUM,
iMrOFTINC; AND M ANtirACTUKING
Stat tour r, Sfrws Aycnt, Printer, took
And nulilistier of the Sati;hii4V PmLs,.arid ,tn.iii.
ah Almanac a utt Animal, .Merchant Mrcet. Hell
er in l-ine Stationery, ooV Muic, lo and Taney
Good; Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
THE GERMAN1A MARKET.
IIONOLVLr, II. I,
Veatt Mutton, J.onit, t'ottttrff
Contiantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausages, llolocnat, etc, alwa 011 luud. Our neau
are all cui and put up in KaMern t)le. All orders
faithfully attended to. and delivered In any tart of the
city. Shop 'on Hotel Street, letween Union and Fort
Mreet. 406m o, RAUPP, Proprietor.
(roRMERIV WITH UOLLE& & CO.)
tt'hnleitnlr titttt iletttll llroeer.
.Undkr Harmony Hall.
Famil, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
nutice. New kooiIs hv every sleatner. Orders from
the other Islsnd faithrully caecuted.
Telephone No. 1 19. l7Vt)T
TVA PHILLIPS a Co.
Imtutterit .!.( H'holetale nrttlrrm In Vlotli-
Intl, Hunt. HhaeH, lint; Mrtt'm fur-
ulkhhtu tlootla, t'ttttry Unotlti, Ktr.
No. 11 Kaaiiumaku Strutt .Honoll'lii
O J. LEVEY & CO., .
M'hnlennle tltttl itrtull tlrnrerti,
I'ORT .SrRRKT . .IIONOIIUti
Fresh jcroccrie and provisions ol all kinds on hand and
rcccivedrcaularly from Kuroi and America vthich
s ill bo sold at the lowest market rates.
Roods delivered lo an) part cf the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will tie
Riven to the same. ni.iy
TOHM T. WATBRHOUSE,
Importer ami Dealer In tlexettil Mer
fiK SreT . . IIonoluu
T-JILLINOHAM ft Co.
litiliiirteri nml Healer lit llartltrnrr, t'ttl-
Paints and O.li, and Rcncral Mcrcliandis.
No. 37 lnr SrKsur .Iliuoiuiu
yHBO. H. DAVIES A Co.,
(I.at (anioi, Osik A Co.)
liuitnitrr anil ComtmJlon llerrhuttl:
Uoyd'sand the Liverpool Underwriters.
ItrilUh and r'urciirn Marine Insurance Company, and
Nonhern Assurance Coni(iany i
T M. OAT Co.
MuffiMiidrr. 7.l(. n all fJr.rrfjirtofia
matle. aait regtalretl,
llonal'lf H 1
f lajft lit A. t C oole's new nprproof tmilding, fo.4 i4
Nuuanu Street. at
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co..
AleuiM tinulM,, Holler, Sugar Mill,
Cooler; Iron, Unit ami l.rml Vntlluu.
Union tu , . . 11 1
Machlnsry of .very dostl4lon nude to order,
Particular aiienlinn paid to bhlp'. Illaclsmkhlo.
Job work esecutcd on the sliorlrst nutlca. to
Tin, t'mpir um4 She SrvH H'mrkfr,
JLrorr mud Hanger,
of all kind. 1ua.licn UsxL aiui meuJ. Lu furnlhi
tfltl guod, chaudelter, Ut)4, etc
till, I KAAHlMAhU SfKUT HOfcOLlll!
P A. SCHABPBR Co.
im tarter amt VttmmUsUH MrrAut0
UaKHAUt Sritar Hoj.sjh.iv
RMMKLUTH ft Co.,
ttmt VtHMt,rnt I trot ?t rf tn
fitnm, ftiiir, ltttt
N. $ Ntl-ANI' SfttRBl , HnNotci t
B. MclNTYRB A BROTHER,
Kif. ANn Fort Sm
9'errt St Off,
H'lHiU I I
IIINOLDV A CO.
MttHfittturer nf llitrmtti t'liiitr.
IMniHTirns iwtt mrsip)rli
.Slid Sici.jlm' .Vilifies
I lie miHt i-mlele slnrk In the lilnf.lnm.
Kind street, (near Alasea) tlnii.,ltilii
I KWttKS A COOKH,
(Sin rssoes in I. swiiM K lli.KHnM,)
Itttimtier .,. Healer lit t.Hmher tttul nil
khttlm nt llttlltllnii MitlerhtlM.
Kom Srr , ...IIonhu'iu
'ry " "-
lUI S1. ORINDAUM tor
Imiittrter ntut Wtnleittile hettler Itt llett
.Makrr's Hiimtk (Jufpn Sneer, llnNniutit
a. ORINDAUM A Co.
rnrtvtirtllntl tttul f'mnmliuttnti Metrltttttta,
414 Cai iroRNiA St., San PitANcisin.
Snertat fatilitles for anil niirlcul.ir attention luiM to
romirninenti of islam! prouuee. a
Ctimtff Mitnuf'ttrtni'tt ttmt
. . . .: h. 1.
Practical ConOu loner, Plr Coik mid Hiltr,
Number ;i Hotel ilreeli lelwren lonmid Nutwrtu
CDRBWHR & COMPANY,
ttmmit Mrrrn nt ft ttmt Comintlon .tfrnti
QvrKt ISTHBI'Ta HosoLirtu.
Offiter P. C J one, Jr., rr evident And manager;
Joseph O, Curler, treasurer and necrrtary, Hireclortt
Horn. CIiatIm K, HUhopnnd II. A P. Carter: Henry
May, Auditor. 11B
lirutrr hi Vhotrrnt tlrrft Vrnt, Mutton, Ktr,
No, 6 Quvrt StRfFr, Fmh Markst.
Pa mil y and Stripping or Jem carefully attended in.
I.Ue Stork ftirnUlied to Vessel at uliorl notice.
Vegetable of all kind supplied In order.
iFirrnnNr No. ati.
T YCAN A CO,
Importer ftml Jteittrr tn utt htmt of
Mutte floorta, i'ttney 1lotnlnt
A a pun erne flood n.
Nov ii anp 107 Fort Strt. .. Honolvli
' Furniture, O.iiri, Sewing Macliine, Mirror anj
Mirror Plate, Picture Frame and Cornices made to
O HALL & SON
IMP0RTFR4 AN) DKALI-RH IN
llitnttrttrr ttmt tie newt Merclmmtlme,
Cornkr or Kisr. amp Fort Strpts Hunolitlu
William W. Hall . .PreIdent and Manager
I. C Aide., .Secretary and 1 reaurer
George K, Howe. Auditor
Director II. Ma,, K. O. White. 15
1kr W. McCHESNEY & SON,
leather, tthtc, Tnttotr nmt ('ommtntiion
Agent for the RoaI Soap Company.
Nn. 49 Qt'CRN Strkbt. . ., Homoluiu
T M. OAT, JR., & CO.
Stilt toner ttmt Mrtrn Heater
Iteit It 11 ther Stamp Atfury
GAZRTTK MlOCK a, . No. 95 MFHCH4NT STKKPT
M3 HoHOUTLt II. I.
T YONS & LEVEY,
Aaetloneer anil Vamtiillnn Merrltanl,
IIPlVER llLOCK, QllKKN STS, KT, H()lOI ULl.
Sales of Furniture. Stock. Keal Estate and General
.Merthandiie. promptlv attended to. Sole azents for
American and European merchandise. J I, 1.S0NS,
B.r (l. J. I.ISKV
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN'
X vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to V l GREEN,
OITice Heaver Itlock, Fort St. Manactr.
flenerftt Cumnttatatt Afjettts.
Qlekn Strkft . HosoU'Ltt
A ULBN 8l ROBINSON,
Healer tn Lumber a mt all ktml of Jtulltt-
Inu Material, ratals. Oil, Xatt, etc,
Honoiulu, II, I,,
AC It NTS UP fcCHOONKKS
Haleakaia, KuUmanu, Kck&uluohl Mary BlUn,
UlUma, Panahl and Leah I.
At RoMruoii's Wharf. ' 1
A W. PBIRCE tt Co.
.Ship Vhanitter a tut VommtmMlnn Mer
Hnhpuru., Hawaiian Ulamus.
Agents fur Urand'i Gun and llomb lance and Pcr
ry L4 v,U' Pain Kilter.
P P, ADAMS, J
.tucttoHecr atttl Vnmmlatloa Merchant "
Qurcn Strkbt Honoli'LU
101 am 104 Port .Strrkt. .HovoLi'tu
Picture of all Jie ami kindt nude lo order, and
frame nf all description conManily on hand, AKo
Corali, Shell and CurloIiic of the Pacific, ' 1
BOOKS PERTAINING TO HAWAII
Jane' lliuury ofthe Hawaiian HlaiuU.
Whitney Guide ItsjuL,
Mlu lltrdkMx Month in the SatkUkh (Uand.
MU Gordon C'uuiming'a Kir Fountain.
Mr, udd'ft Honolulu.
HavaiUn Almaiuu: and AiuiuaL
Togctlier with a Uri(eiocV of valuable an! entertain
nx buua, li of which U published In (he Mipplemcnt
of (hi fajicr.
For tale at
t'urt fit. Store,
TNO, O.POWLBR ft Co.,
Ar ptrprt ! furnth i'tan ami K'-
tnutf fur Mttrt
Wiih or vilbout Cart anj l4xmtAtt S,,jlU
AHAPIKH JOK SIIOAR HUNTATIOXK.
PeruuiMnt RUy. i4 ln.oauxhi and tar Ir
ikmi i.n,natf aoa auivi uiaMkvjii. mmm
lahmi and CoUlvatins Machiiwiy, Port
I BVniM Ua ail rwut, Wi.wliug
Knofinatai law iislsas.
CalaUtta iiHlHuurall, M.mIUU aaJ "A
Craih tdiU hUtvm fUnli w4 Machinery taay be md
at im t
L W. I
G,V,a4ACKAKlANE&C0.,AtiaiU )na a.
apASTLP. A COOKII,
,slilM "ml fonttMhuloH Uerrlttttit,
No , Kinn Smut . ... Ilonoliii;
turtiei ah ntair-M in
As.ntt tnr .
llie Ililrlieusk ft Cotnpans. Plantation.
Ihe Aleiamlrr & llal.loin riaitalion.
It tlaUtea.l. nr VV'alaliia Plantation.
V II, Smith tx Ubmiians, Nxlua, banal.
M Alesamter, Haiku, Maul,
I he I UiVu (t-ear Cvrnn)'.
Ihe KnliaiaTin.sar Company
Hi Union InttimrM.e loniiHiny A .San frankiaA.
I he New FnsUnd l,.li.iurnc timiiany of Uoinii
l ne new rnjunti .iic.iinurnnca miju
'Hie HUVt MantifAttiinnj Conifmnv of I1
O.M, Wrtlon' Patent Crnffi-'tigil Mc
'Ihe New ork nnd Hottolnlii Pre Let l.fr
Ihe .Mtrtlmiit't IJnf. Honolulu ftml Ktn Frattflwyi
Dr. Jjiynei A Kon C.tlrAled MdUlne,
Wlttof A tllM.'i blnjcf MunufMltirinif Cmnpany
WliederAt Htlon'ilnf Mliine, fvivr
1. M MAiMftt Ah. M It MACfAtt ANr.
imporxerf uommimon neronanii
nnil flngitr rntor. ""''
Piiiroof llntldinn; Queen trerl, Hnnotttlii
KiUnea Suer Co, Kauai.
'Ihe W.liu .SttHr PUntntlon, Mtil,
Hie Spencer KtiRar Plantation, If it waif
HorfhinA Sugar Co, Hawaii,
, Iluelo Sugar Mill, Maul,
IIuelA nutcar rianlatlon. aiaui,
Keriprorlty Stijiar Cn.( Ilanj,
MakAli.i hugar PUniailvMt, Oalrn,
OoLalA StiRar Co- llilo, Hawa'.l,
Olowatu Sujar Co, Maul,
Pun ton Slieep Hancli Cn, Hawaii.
J, Kowler tt Co't Steam Plow and PortaW I'ramHA
Mirrlem, Walton ft Co'a Sugar Machinery, OUkow
(lai(ow and Hnnotulti Line of pAcfceti,
LUerprMl and Honolulu Line of Packet.
Indonand Honolulu I.lne of Stenntern,
htm Fire Imurance Co. of lindon.
ISHOP & CO., Uinltfr
HiiHt.LL'Lt', Hawaiian Im.anih.
fcI)raw i,i.lianit on
' IIHfllXNiLcir CAMI'OKNM,
. tv -ajr Ami ineir oeni in
I 7' MONO
ST, J MONO KONG.
.Vlessrs. N Jl'SHOT'l:
llie COMMERCIAL IIANKINIV CO.,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO..
'I he IIVNKS OF NEW ZEAIN1J:
AND WELLING TON.
THE HANKS OF HRl'CISII COLU.MIIIA,
VICIOKlAi II.C AND I'ORILAND. OR.
Tia 11 lite it General Hanking Jlittineii.
ir R?jznvr kx
" MmttiA Davw," ' MalNicate," wnd eied en
' Maripn-! and nther vessel
Ito'lon Cant .Matchc,
Hone Shoes and Nail
DOWNKRSand NOON PA V Od.
I.uhricating Oil of all kind,
Cut Nail), all ue,
Clinch Nailt, all ie.
Cotton Wauein bale.
It lacks tnith Itellow.
CI leap Rim Clock 1,
Uron Soap, in cae.
Wire Handing Hatltettfor Vein, Itc,
Iine'a Plantation llotw,
H inch Coocnecl( Socket Hoe,
Ice Cream Freeier
Lawn Mower. bet Vind,
Caw Genuine Amokea Denims,
Case's Genuine Amotkeaf; Marincri Stripe,
Iteide a ihouand article in the Hani ware line at way '
Soon e petted, not by the "Siartan, a nuHt coin
(deU aiwrtment uf
ItalVmStect Vloir ami llreaker,
With eitra Handle. I lea in and Point.
All iheie will te found at the corner brick More of
161 K O. HAM. A. SON. Limiud.
EMMELUTH & CO.
Ho. & Nnuauu and 4 Merchant Strext
I Use on hatul a lull line if the
A UAH A hit,
HI AMDS It HOCK
XKtr ! A II A IIIIS
II II I II 1 1 Tt IV,
.i.v aihiii.h sTtirK.s,
A.VIt 1 1 HI Kit It.tStlKS.
Aecuts fur It.. '
MONTAGUE anj "SUl'ER-
testlim In bjltlt. Lylmates Mr.
IOK" Ran,s f.H setllnn In brisk.
(hated tv yultlnii up the saute ilh ot wilKmil hot
IfiariioNa No. ,ll
i. EMMEI.UTH CO..
I Nt.'aajb anu , Maacitam Sis,
au Auj. 16.
Puuti of Attoroty
Cmtirct, An. of AreaLeitf
laMa, IVirskascrs' aa4 aJanuiaiur.rs lnssJe, Mar.
tUi Ccni4fai,stUaiUn form, letter
Mk Utol llse IOsoJ., Han.
HufeliUu. Ihans ol
UR ANY BLANKS PRINTKO TO ORDK
.11 TMOH. II, TUUVM'a
U.schskt Srar Sla.
at tiii 01M ftTAtfn nOmhi;h t K'aa
Artesian Well Pipe-til Uf.
HtovoH itti1 ItaiiHTM,
Uncle Pam, Medalllfrfi, Richmond, 'Ifrtnp, Palace, y
Mora, May, CnntcM, Grand Prire, New Rival
Oj-era, Derby, Wren Polly, Gypy, (ofnfi
Pa my, Army Range, Magna Chart a,
I tuck, S'ueKof, Magnet, Oceola, Ala
meda, liclij-e. Charter Ojk,
Ninibte, lnootl and
GAI.VANIZr.D IKON and COPPKR. H01LI.KS
POK RANOI.S, CRANIir. IRON WARH,
NlgKP.h PLA'IF.DAND PKAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast Iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Homo FurnUfcing Goods all 11bU.
HOSE, , ,
All tre and icradesp Lift and Force Pump. Culfm
Pumps, Galtaniaed Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet I-ead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate
Water Ouet, Marble lab
urn, bowl, enameled
CHANDKUHRS LAMPS ANP LANTFK
S. P. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER & CO-,
Free Pelneryioall part of ib City.
. , !
' Jlewetuler Mil, Nl.Vfl STMKF.T,
. s 'jw-r
Aal Tel.llKSnc N r.
ill ' s 44-jS
CONl KACrOK srvl Rtll.lli.K,
STKAM fLAXIXti MtJ.I.S,
r.eplanao'e, Honolulu.'' '
Manufactur, all llisjs u!
and all kind of wood-work InJak.
Turaiuc, artU, asA Wa4 aawiB
AM kloJ, ftf I'lanlut; nd Saisina, lArtisittc, au( Ten,
us(, " r
Okllr.K.S PROMPTLY AITCNDKIr TO (tinr'
' WOKK OUAKANTCIEIJ
OrJer, from lit. wherisUisissolKueJ. icaVr '
lllll UrCMVAlILt aat, I'AVAHI.K HOOK-s,'
Kent Moaea K.rriaW., Mlfil., XelriaW..
ftrsfer ttooh. MeAtU KXasral.
I'laftiaiUnTliM bocks. Ivlae Kec.li, Uimu Of
tee, BUiiks c, c, cwsutulf im haasa, m
SiwcUI f Mas. Mtat ,, t (Mm m -. Hk,
M TN(M. U. rl't'
Winn"! Smart aaoiuat StkUT Sluts..
'PMJMMING IN MX ITS nHANCIIi;.S