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Saturday Pre s s,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SKPTKMBKR 27, 1884.
Vou.mk v, NuMimu
WllOLK NUMIIKR 2I3.
A tloji't I'll'T' lloinr hi Olilrii 1 1 ikh,
I llFMM.nr IIVAI MIO
IIonoi.uiu, Mntili ,, 1815
I Im iwirnliiK' IIk'iI nwnkc upon our
fmr Isl.iiuK inhering in the .SMil.i.tli
of rcM No smimU of lite liiinliniitl
mm, or f.mnor IuIiikIiir In IiW mipW
of ckcI.iIiIcii. no loiiml. ol the me
rliitiiir putMiliiK liU vof ation all .is
Infilled, the air wtu rlwr, n few doiiil
floilcil slowly over tli f ii c of tlir- lilne
.lhive 'I'lic wind " limited, nil was
Mill nml ihmu fill .it tin w rcil liotiri,
I jiow wild were nlitiwd or tip with the
um noticed l.truc ililp off our Inrlior
mid at she amc better to lie neeii flic
w.u tllscovcrcil to lie a l.irnc inert limit
uvicl with llic Aniericnii llau vvnviHK
at hfllfninst She had no "Tgti.iU iiy
which filic nilttlil lie known, nml we
were in HiupeiKe n to who she wai
and what might haw hfiiipeiicil on
hoard M nhc was nefirmc the en
trance of the harlior the pilot boat wai
iccil to lcnc her, It ll.w also at Hall
mast, mid n iimnbor of iMiicngcr in
her I'hcy pulled quickly in, and as
tlic boat nearcd the wharf one and an
other familiar fate wai recognised.
One of the natives in the boat spoke
out as she ran alongside of the wharf
and said, "Maalillo Is dead," 'I he
words weie caught up by the natives
gathered round and spread from mouth
to mouth and over the plate with the
rapidity of the wind, ! was standing
on the wharf, and had the pleasure to
be the first to fcrect Mr, Richards as
lie landed It was my Rood fortune
to he on the beach at kibaina when
llaaiiluTaml Mr, R. embarked, and I
was the last, white person to bid them
adieu and the first to welcome Mr. R,
I shall nlvvavs think of llnnlitio's last
word, aloha, with much pleasure. At
the Sund.iy morning service in the old
church at l.ahama, Rev. Mr, William
Richards took for Ids text "B na
hoaliannu c nulc otikou no makou"
(llrethren, pra for us.) The kin,
Keom Am, llaalilio, ami in fart a
the high (liicfs then nt I-ahaina were
present nt the service. It was noticed
that Mr. Richards seemed moved with
unwonted power, there was a deep
undertone of affectionate entreaty as
lie repeated the words ol (. Iinstian lei
low-shin and brotherly loe. lie dwelt
on the power of pracr and the union
of hearts as we ollerctl our petitions
for one nnother. l'iie recollections of
that sci"vicc wilt last a life time, for
later, in the evening, was yiven the key
of it all.
In the silence of the night and the
hush of the Sabbath evening stillness
that was overall, moved a little coin
pail) ; it was the king and his friends
going from his house along the beach
to the landing where the king's boat
awaited them. I'hcre were quia em
braces, low, almost indistinct "auwe's"
mingled with the gentle murmur of the
stirl on Hie reel, a tenderness with tears
as farewells were said, and Mr. Rich
ards, Haalilio Kconi Ana, and the kiifg
last ol till entered I lie tioat and were
nulled off to the king's schooner await
ing their coming. 'I he white sails
were seen to rt-.e in the starlight and
soon the form of the vessel was lost in
the darkness. Then it was that Haa
lilio looked Ins last upon the islands
and then some of us knew the meaning
of ?.lr. Richards, fervent address, for re
with Haalilio had embarked upon their
most important mission to the foreign
powers in behalf of our king and his
government, Mr. Richards only to re
turn alive, bringing with him but the
cold form of his companion, the beloved
Haalilio. 1 accompanied Mr. Richards
to the fort and as we walked he con
firmed the sad intellegence and gave
me the following particulars and after
wards spoke to the people in church,
from both of which remarks I gather
Haalilio was first attacked in Septem
ber but recovered sufficiently to travel
to Hoston whence the vessel was to sail.
Uc was here enabled to Walk and ride
out and went on board the vessel to
view his state room, etc, but a week or
two before lie sailed he was laid very
low. His friends having ever)- reason
to hope lie was a Christian, proposed to
him that he receive the sacred right of
baptism, He replied, "IT you think I
shall live to reach my native shore, 1
would prefer to defer it till I can do it
Dciorc my menus and people, it was
concecded to of course. On the day
of sailing, Nov, iS, 1844, he was obliged
to be taken on board in his cot, he was
so low, but the phjsicians advised it
hoping it might prove beneficial to him.
Tor the first four days out he did im
prove, but disease was too firmly seated,
and soon returned with renewed
strength, and on Oct. 3rd., he gently
fell asleep, calm and happy. Nearly
Iiis last words were a pravcr which Mr.
Richards overheard "My Father, thou
lust seen fit to deny my former request,
but lie with me now."
Thus died Haalilio, known but to be
loved at home and alroad. His loss
will be deeply felt here where so much
was looked for from him. His place is
vacant at the council table; his seat in
" "church. One has returned in life,
health and strength, the other, cold,
motionless in the embrace of death.
His corpse Is here to be laid neath his
own native soil. I'cacc lo his ashes.
I have endeavored in a poor manner
10 give you a snort account or the ar
rival of the Montreal and live sad scenes
which here afflict u. The mournful
wail is hearu'from the different parts of
town 'as his friends mourn his loss.
Hut vvc trust though we mourn he is
11.-UIRIII WAV L't.U IIK.VUOK Or
Honolulu Mskcii, jo, 1847
'I'I.aa. . ....!. .Itinr ln. I tiAr
The seventeenth day of March was
y iMKiroiraimin)"! V,,
observed as his majesty s birthday, it
uciiik me uiiiiY-iuiiii uiuuvcisan. tv
was a beautiful morning and everything
seemed favorable to a pleasant holiday,
' At 6 o'clock in the morning his majesty
attended divine service in the large
" stone church. Mr. Armstrong preached
a very good sermon applicable to the
couion. At 8 'o'clock hU majesty
WM ttdertained at lueakfitt by Her
. ' EiwriUncy Keluuonohi, the Govern
of Kauai, whcie the roynl jnrly enjoyed
tlieiindvci miiih, lite repast consisting
of native loud prepared "a la I law 111
At 10 n'r lock the sound of martial 11111
l was heard In the street mil soon
Ills Burclleiny the (Jovcrnor of O.1I111
appeared In a rl Ii lull clrcvi. and fol
his troops marched to the
having been ulveii that his
niajMtv would hold a morning levee
from roto 1 ,mauyol the resident, both
ladles and gentlemen, presented tlirui
selves to offer their rennet h and ron
grntulalions The KnglUli roiisiil-gen
ernl, nnil the consuls, of I'r.iiHe mid
America weie present in full drcus
Some olhrers from the U. S S Cynnnr
mid man) others In uniform gave n
prclt) .ippe.iraiue to the rompaii)
His in,ilety mciiiciI in fine health and
spirits as did the rest of the nobility
who weie ptesent Aiioutii ins ma
jesty leviewed the troops, the bind
playing the national anthem "God save
the king" Ai it noon salutes were
nrcd irom tne '.mi ions, 111c (. v.innc
nml from two merchant vessels. An
unfortunate and melamholv accident
hippencd as the fort on I'uncli-bowl
hill was firing Through the carelessness
of one of the natives tending one of
the large guns it discharged premature
ly, killing Instantly one native mid
wounding two others, ll is the second
time accident have hapened at this
fori in the same way, through careless
ness. At 1 I'. vi, his majesty sat (low 11
to dinner at his palace with a select
t'Oippntiy of his friends to the number
of seventy, consisting of all the chiefs
and their families with rlie officers of
government. It is described as being
a very social pleasant dinner; the torn
pany did not rise till past fi o'clock.
At i M. Mr. Wyllie, the minister of
lorcign relations, opened his rooms to a
very numerous eompaii) invited to a
ball given in honor of the day. Danc
ing was soon commenced and kept up
till past 10 o'clock. The company
seemed to enjoy thoroughly their 'en
tcrutnmciit. His Honor l'aki issued
invitations to the nobility to a collation
at 4 o'clock in the morning, but the
manypleasuresof the day had exhausted
their strength and that hour found
them all seeking rest.
There was a very pleasant little circle
assembled at Mr. Cooke's, the .mint!
chiefs school, where the evening was
very pleasantly passed indeed, in con
versation, sports and music, the fine
voices of the children, as they accom
panied one of their number on the
piano, affording the company quite a
treat. The evening was closed by
llicm with the discharge of thirty-three
Chinese rockets and crackers.
Thus closed the first public celc
bration of his majesty's birth day.
Long may he be spared to reign over a
good and happy people. May peace
and prosperity reign within hisjjordcrs
and may righteousness and trujlffind
here an abiding place. '
Cod save the kinjr.
.1 1111 ii .(-.
Only a bit (if lace,
Only a few ells long;
The whirr of a wing in a second's fjrace
Coil) blow it away without a trace,
So lieht was the fairy bit of lace;
Hardly the thing lor a song !
Hardly the thing for a song ? Hut wait;
'1 here is a stor) to relate.
Summer in Calvados ;
A woman all bent and old,
So blind that she totters as she goes;
Her hair it while as the driven snows;
Kaint with hunger, the whole village knows
Hut lace like hers brings gold ;
It is so line, brings gold. Oh t wait.
She is weaving early, weaving late,
Calvados leaves arc shed,
The Summer is over and gone;
Calvados Winters are cold, 'tis said.
There's a house whcrccjetwithlcars are led;
The blind old mother is Iving dead,
Hut the bit of lace is done.
"Seelthe lace is done, Sir Priest. Ohl wait.
The pay is. sure, though sometimes late!"
Summer across the seas,
Summer on land, in sky,
Summer in a heartless heart at case,
With swill, while hands to snatch and scire
Gifts from a lo'vcr, who knei.lt to please
Each mood as it flits by.
What mood is this flits by ? " Oh ! wait,
My sweet 1 'Tis bought) The man comes laid
Only a bit of lace,
Only a few ells long ;
The whirr of a wing in a second's grace
Might blow it away without a trace,
So light U the fairy bit of lace 1
Hardly the thing for a song ;
No ; not the thing for a song. But wait ;
There still it something to relate. -Only
a bit of lace,
Only a few ells long ;
Hut the whole of a life, and a life's last giacc.
Cone in a moment, without a trace,
Were in the threads of that bit ol lace.
Oh I the death anil doom in the song '
Oh I the death and doom in the song I Hut
The mill of the gods grind tlow, grind late I
HiUn Hunt Jackson,
The editor of Science most epi
grammatically punctures a fallacy in re
gard to higher education made by "that
master of fallacies," Den Butler, in a
speech at a Western .teacher's conten
tion. The learned general announced
that the higher education of tiie few
mainly effected themselves, while the
permanency of our government must
rest on "the education of the masses
which shall leaven the whole lump."
To which the answer is 1 "In other
words Cenevd llutler asserts that it is
the dough and not the yeast, which acts
One of the most singular features in
the scenery of the territory of Idaho ii
the occuncnce of dark, rocky clusms.
into which large streams and creeks
. t . "
' ""micnly disapiiear and are never more
lce where one of these streams hai
its origin, or at what point it is swal.
tow en up, is utterly unknown.
Civilization has not lessened the im
wrious dominion of selfishness, and at
the bottom of all beneficent and humane
conduct in private or in public life the
philosophy of (lie Golden Rule will ev
er be found the real inspiration of virtue
In tlrrttslnntll Mnsnlr t,f llnslrnnnmlr
llrrrrpls, ,1ttttt,lrtt In llnnnluhtit
Oh, who rmi hold a file In hit hand
II) Ihlnklng on Ihe frosty I auritusP
Or cloy the hungry tdge of fiptitr
lly lure Imagination nf a frail?
Consider well, readers mine, the dis
tinction between gourmand ami gour
met the former I nblior.'llic ialtcr I
profoundly ndinirc I am not jet mote
than an ciihure, but I aspire to rlaitn
the title that heads this olla tiodrida
some day. And now to begin ll i
dasi( lo begin with mi ode, no I begin
wild a very modern one I never knew
the author and shall be grateful to any
onewho will (ell me hit (or her) name
Splilns of Ihe flagrant naml
1 hou ait the atony emblem of icnr,
Tcrrcsllal )pe of tllcnce nml stability
1 hough thmimettrtt Utile serullllty,
Or ckc agility,
Within t li y saline cave ojkmi the tlrand,
Thou slainlest on Ihy loe
And gaicst llimugh thy (xirthnlc al the grand
l'rcciin of the Mars,
And thiiildercst al the rlcmcnt.il wart
'I lion trndcr-heattol teacher of humility I
O offspring of the welded land and tea,
Tioin worldly worry thou art free
Horn ol the odorous shore,
Where bland .September millet,
And twcctcnlng breeret blow from tplc) itlct,
Where ttunnier Mint arc glowing,
Ami luck and forth a fragrant wave I' IhiwingI
All favoring forces blend
Tint mull or iky can lend
To give lo man. I lit slone-impiltoned torv,
Thit tavory inorcem I
How very thankful, then, we ought to be,
That evolution hith engendered thee
On this topic here is something I
wrote for the San Francisco Argonaut,
four )cars ago. The hint of locality
maybe worth having for those Honolu
lu folk who are now in San Francisco or
are soon lo go there
"It there anything more delicious than a
fried clam ' We can't think of anything jutt
now, unless it may be a piece of sole leather
fried In eleonnrgarlnc." Which the tarrTe
tcriblcr is an aw. Now hear in. There are
two kinds of clams lo be Ipd lor the digging
w ithin a day's ride olSm l'rancisco the rock
clam found on the tea coast in the vicinity of
Half Moon Hay (and doubtless along the emit
generally), and the mud clnmof.San I'randsco,
Tomales and Hodega lays. The rock dim
is found imbedded in sandstone, sometimes
twenty feel Iron) water. It beats the unscien
tific, worse than the gem pu7zlc, how- ihe fat
little bivalves ever get there; or, being there,
keep alive and in "condition. Hut even the
unscientific subscribe to the excellence of the
rock clam in stew or chowder. The mud
clam, however, is best fried. A batter made
of eggs, cream, flour, corn meal, and the II
quor from the clams when opened, is encel
lent. Use no cracker-crumbs, but make Ihe
bailer stiffish, and drop the clamt one by one
in boiling butter. They will turn rich brown
almost instantly, and, if eaten hot, will fairly
melt in the mouth.
Miss Carson gives the following re
cipe for clam broth
Ute alout twent)-fne soft clams for a quart
of Ihe broth ; cut the soft part ol the clams
from the hard pins, after first washing the
clams in the liquid in which they come, or in
cold water. Put the soft parts oer the fire in
enough cold water to cover them and allow
them to heat. Chop the hard parts and put
them in another saucepan. Strain the water
in which the clams were washed through a
towel and pour it over the hard parts. Put
Ixjlh saucepans over the fire, and boil the hird
parts fifteen or twml) minutes. Strain the
broth and season with salt and pepper. Put a
tablcspoonful of buttcrwith it and then put in
the soft parts and the broth in which they
have been cooked. The toll parts of the
clams are exceedingly digestible.
Samuel Johnson once astonished a
party at dinner by saying. "I could
write a better book of cookery than lias
yet been written; it should be a book
upon philosophical principles. You
shall sec what a book of cookery I
shall make." "That would be Her
cules with the distaff indeed," said
Miss Seward. "No," roared Johnson,
"women can spin scry well, but they
cannot make a good book of cookery."
Murray, the great London bookseller.
made seven to eight thousand pounds
per annum out of Mrs. Rundell's
"Cookery Hook," and two thousand
pounds was afterward given for the
copyright. "Gad," said Luttrell, the
wit, when he heard the stor), "one
wonders that there should be any bad
.Hiss j unci iursun, .sirs, riarrici
llcccher Stowe, Marion Harland, and
fifty other well known lady authors (not
to speak of the ladies who compiled
the " Hawaiian Cook Hook ") are in
evidence that Dr. Johnson didn't know
what he was talking about. One of
the licst amateur cooks in San Fran
cisco is Mrs. Frank Phley. Her dinner
parties are justly celebrated all over the
state. The following is that worthy
lady's recipe for "Soup a la Minute":
Cut four ounces of fat salt oik in dice, and
set it on the fire in a saucepan I ttir, and when
it it turning rather brown, add one onion,
chopped, and half a middling-tixcd carrot,
sliced ) tlir, and, when they are partly fried,
ade two undi of lean beef, cut in small dire;
stir, and fry five minutes. Tn pour in it
about thice pints of boiling water) salt and
pepper I boil gently for three-quarters of an
hour. It may lw uicd as made, 01 It can be
strained, and the beef used a an entree with
To mike the sauce Put four ounces of
butter in a stew-pan, set it on a moderate fire;
when melted, spiinkle in It about a table
tpoonful of tlour, stilling the while ; when of a
brownish color, add three small oiiiont,
chopctl fine s salt aud pepiKi 1 ttir and leave
on the fire lilt the whole is turned brawn t
then add gUsa, of broth, boil half an hour,
and strain. Mis well in a cup one tcaspoonful
of vinegar, one of tugar, and one of mustard t
mil theseith the sauce, and ll it ready lo he
Under the heading Science at Break
fast, the editor of Science groups to
gether a great deal of information on
the action of tea, coffee and chocolate,
The Utter, he says, from its proportion
of albumen, Is the most nutritive bever
ao;c, but at tlir same time, from Its
iittanlily of fat, ihe most difficult to
digest. It aromatic niilistarue how
ever, strengthen the digestion. A t up
of chcvolate In an excellent restorative
and invigorating refreshment even for
weak persons, provided (heir digestive
orgnns are not loo dcli'ilc Cardinal
Richelieu attributed lo chocolate his
health and hilarity during his later
jenrn. lea and coffee do not afford
this advantage Albumen in tea leaves,
and legiiuilne in coffee berries, are re
nresented in very scanty jirc)ortion
Ihe praise of lei and coffee as nutri
tive Mibslantcs is, therefore, hardly
warranted Tea mid coffee, though of
themselves not difiic nil of digestion,
lend lo disturb the cliuestlon of al
btiminoiis substances by precipitating
them from their dissolved state Milk,
therefore, if mixed with tea or coffee, is
more diflicult of digestion than if taken
alone, and coffee alone without cream
promotes digestion afler dinner by in
creasing the secretion of the dissolving
juices. The Volatile oil of coffee anti
tliccmpyrctimattL and aromatic matters
of chocolate accelerate the circulation,
which, on the other baud, is calmed by
During the ivil war a New Bngland
editor gave a press dinner. His wife
Insisted on having okra souii. There
was no okra in New Knglanil. So he
telegraphed to New York to know if
there were any there. I he answer
came back " We have got okra." lly
mistake, the telegram went up to the
night editor with a lot of dispatches
from the front. Nest morning the
paer announced "Another great 'vic
tory Wc have got Okra "'
The presence in Honolulu of that
veteran lion vivant and iKjst graduate
gourmet, Mr. oe Tildcn, makes inc
tJkcs additional pleasure 111 closing
this instalment by quoting that gentle
man's brief e-isay rfn How to Cook
I'ompar.o read at a little dinner party
given in honor of Wilhelmj, the violin
ist, minseii a passionate lover 11 use
the word advised!)) of American fish
especially of the pompano
How to cook iiompano grave question, lull
")ou take the shape of the fish, that natural
adaptiveness of form to circumstance, it ought
to lie boiled. I defy )ou to broil to delicate a
fish as a rwmpano without the sacrifice of its
flavor. Intending somewhat Hnllat-Savar
in's axiom, that men only acquire roasting
through infinite study, it is a thousand times
more diflicult to broil than to roast. The
great Daniel Webster, as )OU ought to know,
declared that, excepting one single colore!
individual, in the whole of the United Siates
onl) two men knew how lo broil a shad the
great expounder and that colored person.
You can not, when )ou use the direct rays of
heat on such a fish as a oniano, prevent a
certain loss of flavor. A pompano must be
boiled. In the South it is broiled. Vour
Charleston cook has declared it. Polling is
a tempered tuition there is no violence about
it. 'Die picturesque has much to do with the
eating of an) thing. Wc should be gastrono
mically aesthetic. See a trailed pompano,
mil f point, how delicately while it is put
ting to shame Ihe napkin it is served on.
Hroil a pompano? Never, It it w pompano."
"Nonsense," reported the other. " It is
exactly the shape of the pompano like that of
all flat fish which adapts itself lo broiling.
You can't, "you know, broil a thick fish. I
appreciate uhat you say almut broiling ; a
coarse broiler would spoil my pompano. But
exert some skill, use judgment about a pom
pano, and ou will find that to broil it is
alone the method. You will take a sheet of
linen paper t )ou will rub over it the fresh
est of butter ; you will swathe your fish in it ;
vou will heat vour gridiron first ; you will
have a bright fire of coke, and ue vigilance ;
then jou Imve for the result the broiled pom
pano, which is the most delectable of all
morsels. .Son, it so happeneu that a man
whoe gustatory abilities were supreme, one
who had reveled in white-bait at Greenwich,
one who had without prejudice chanced to be
in that New York City market where Thack
eray ate his first America oyster, declaring,
Saturn-like, that, after the devouring of it, "he
felt as if he had swallowed a baby." Alas,
that such a place should be so diily, so foul
smelling. Threading their way through the
greasy intricacies of that market, a snug place
was met. Ilcshrew me of gilded palaces.
Your true gourmet knows what he is about.
When the famous Doctor Veron was alive, he
said : "When I want to cat at the Halle,
where do I go ? I ask where eats the pros
perous butcherthe fish dealer, the game-vender.
Where they go, there go I. Undoubt
edly they well know what they are doing. You
do not go to eat decorated walls, or hand
some glass, or silver forks. Exponent Joeit."
Juft such a quiet, unostentatious place is there
to be found in the market, where the greatest
attention is paid to the kitchen.. Between the
host and hit cooks there it but a narrow
alley. From his oytter-stand he supervises
his cooks. A pompano had been tent here,
lo be broiled to be eaten. First came the
oysters,small, plump ones, delicate as possl
ble 1 then, split right in two, cooked a delicate
brown, piping hot, without a tingle adjunct,
the broiled I'ompano came. Talk not of
turbot, of trout, of king-fith, Spanish mack
eral I They are but dross before this fine gold.
It was crisply firm, )ct delirious!) tender. It
wn juicy. Itttlesh was like unto ivory in
calor. Nature lias given it bonet so comfor
tably placed that their presence U hardly tut
wctcd. The cooking was wonderful. A lo
the lUvor tin was not to be described. To
put even a drop of lemon juice in ii would be
to perfume a hi) ; even parsley would be a
sacrileqe. Alat how rapidly it disappear!.
The invited gaest he whose palate recalled
white-bait, salmon from the Tweed, Geneva
trout, Kassian tteiliu was speechttsi,i-kr
mouth was lot full lor woruX: .iOdeclaret
that no fih could equal it Then Ute adjo.
cate of boiled pompano, wlOiiiAjfccffiitLt
had at fust been wounded.vVlemAI, at' under
the table he grasped the hand at thbtr,fl one
who hail stood up manfully foe 1 IliiWi jim
uno, and both together the) said, in tones
which were low, but bore the sound of con
viction i "I'ompano it the king of fish, the
ideal fish whether broiled or boiled."
The Cahfornian omruno is quite as
good as his eastern cousin , and Mr,
Tildcn informs me that, in tu season,
he hope to have the Hawaiian Hotel
table supplied with this piscatorial
prince. Aluied liARDir,
Honolulu, September 34, 1884.
JMITII h THUMB-TOM, IW O, Kmith,
Allnrnrii nl 1tr,
Hi t Mrtciimr ftrx'ir
II.LIAM O, SMITH ft Co,
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tin tj MrM,i4k-r Hrirxt IIowmi-ih
(AW1W In in )
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inrallfMi l'li, UnnAi M ttmllir S'lii'
Htvrtiir am, Koio m Ojwmihi-m
Mny lsMn,l o SikV fottrlifs
O H. UOLtl,
t'mntiflnr Ml Irti nn.t
Co? f or ami M'XHAHr flrsrt ft, H"H4LVM;
VXJ R. CAKTLB,
lt1trnv .'fif An, tftitttri i'uhllr.
AlltrvU Ml I Hi Cou'll cf lh Klflfil&m
.tllnmeff ft,f f'nMHflar nl Islir.
At-OERT C. SMITH.
.twnl In I'lkf ArktiowlrituriHfHtt lo
0ntr VV'nh A
S IfAllwrll, imrlhc IIakI
pvRS. CUMMIM05 A MARTIN
Anrirt,it9 ttntl liomtrpalhle Vltyttrltttt.
OmciccoKKrK 1'oht tnu f!rxrANiASrt..
Oflrtrellour--Urrll9A. MandrVuml-jandfl-jv-S r.u.
KMERSOM, M. D,
Vhyletnn nntt Hurffrtn,
Office hour from VA to tol4 -in.: 1 14 to 4 D rn.
Off aM KeiJrtKA Uv. 9 Kulul ttrett, corntf Fort
f M. WHITNEY. M. D D, V, S.
ttntnt ttooM oh Fnrt &trrtt
Motor tiv , .. II. I.
Oftke' In Urewer' I J toe V, corner Hot bM tort
Strreti, entrance on Hotel btfrt 1
ixtilliam b, McAllister,
n nt 1 it,
rCMArMLV iJOCATriJ IM MOKOttlA
Office, corner of fort atl I foul trtt, ot t Tregloan't
Particular Attention paid to reitoratton eW filling.
Kelyinr on uJ work at reasonable cltarifet to Rain
th cmifijencg of th publtc issJi
pEO L. BABCOCK,
(late or oaklamu)
'leather of th l'tantFrtc. AdJrrt. LCK A CO.
K'ibFNCteNo. 10 F.miua reet. iJ'iy
O M. CARTER,
A0Ht tat. ArkitaiHnttJiitrut It fnu
trttet to lsbtr.
HoNoiitv, Hawaiian Ulaups is '
p W LAINE.
Cammt$Mtomr uf D?r1
Cnr the State of California, fur t !!awjlan lilanclt,
and General Agent for the Pacific Mutual Life Iu
turaocc Corn pany of California. 14s
NO. A. HASSINGER,
lo Itlkf ArknotctftttjHtrnlt It, Con
trart far Ijthor
Interior Orrice . .Hovou'u;
JOHN H. PATY,
Aotaru J'ubltr nnd Commission of Dreds,
For the States ot California aikl Mew York. Office
at the lUnk nf l!ulop ft Co.
HoNoitu., Osia, II I.
C T. LENEHAN & Co.
itnftortrrs nnd Commission Mrrrhanls,
Xiuanu Strut, Honolulu.
itoot mi,! .HAormaJLei-.
Itoott and Shoe nuile to Order.
No. 114 Fort St., crrosit Pantmron Starlcs.
it Kisc Stkekt.
mrjrter of American Jewelry of every detcniw
tion, (FuraicrlY of San iranctwCo. Califonua.) 10
A U SMITH,
importer nnd Jteuler in fllmswirare,
Mertden Hiterr-i'latnt Hnrr,
No. 44 Knur Stifet Honolulu
Kinf't Combination Spcctade. and Fj egla-tset,
Iiural Vir Ware, r.mcy Soap, Picture Frame, -tolt,
WuMefttValm'ft Pocket Cutlery; I'odtr, Shot and
Anummitton, Clark't Spool Cttwi, Machine Oil, all
UnJ of Machine Needles, "DomeUci" Paper r avhiont.
Sole agent of the universally acLnowietlfed U(ht
Kuruun IXjnieuic Scwin Mahin
Watrhmmkerf JetrWer. Knimrer. and
No. 111 FoKrSirT. . .. ..Hosou-lv
All orders fanhlujy execmed. ja
P H. OBDING,
KmTpress and itrartMmn,
Frriftht Jaclages, and Hicaf c dclitercd to aod from
eiiih iionuu.il ana vtctaity, caret ui at
tentton tuid 10 Moving Furtuiurc, uh
WAGONS EXPKESSLV FOR Tilt PURPOSE.
TlpJwM M; Reidcnc 135 Pu'tchhowt urecu
Otc, to King Street. lotVu
VHtMMi Jttifjmr, Pmlmmm Mir
And Kailua Rice llaatailon and MUX
N lu am' SrHUKT CoEhia Marine
iWrr f m ry iivds
mirw, irc, an wnm
Hmt, B4 tf
Shoe; Mrmn, Ted mh4 7wr.
r.Mn mnd Tmmert.
,t afocrutor uf Rke and Suar PlanUiWMt at
Kaocolx, koolau, WaipM, Kwa, and Hreta.
NTAMI? ANUCUifLAlM SET,.. . MOLlll
I UVMAN UROTHBRS,
ijMrf.ro of llrnrrml tlrrrnandlso from
franrr, Kngltsnd, Htrman and
! e 1 Mr. .w,e.
(Nil. itCJlRUX StRtRT HdMOUt.
1,6 AiytlCitlrOR,A SlRRRT SN t'RAtciica.
Partkuiu alleutw pati Is Utiof and tainJod '"
UjaJ onkrw r
pHOS. O. THRUM.
IttrurroMi a xo MsnifAcrvatMS
sVallonsr, .Vm Aarnt, rrlnttr.
AodtNtUiJwrolthtSaTCinav Puss, and ftaoaa
oa Almnf sfmJ Asmmat, ManWut smtt. tWal
st U itV. Sitln.iry, kVMka, Utssc, Ton ooi toorr
Coa rot wm, mw Hoi1, HouolJa.
lumtfiM Ait IVaiio m
llnntff Alinrt, t'urnlthfHU foa.r, Unit,
111, Trunk, 9'nllt;
P,fifmf jr ) &(, Wihhtm Wut,,
tin Jrf, ir.,
t" fnn inllinmai tWrtro M'."ip
,1r,rlr nn.t lhnmirtt.1 Htllrr,
Uotsi, Niiua' low, Homco
(0'ii Hil D ),
l'nktir atttRfl-! fU la r-rlrm
pD, 1101'PCCHt.AfJOr.H A Co.
iMrf?r ttntl f'ttminhtlnn M'rfhmtt,
ltoi"ULi Oahi, II. I ,
jUfHS. A. M. MELLIS,'
r'nthtnmilttm lir nnti I'lonh Unkrr,
Mo. lot rVwrSrurit j,' HoM'L
Corutr fju-wn tivj KAjtiwmanu 5lft,
-yllE GEHMAHIA MARKET.
il'rf, Vrtil, Mutton, fstmb, i'nuttry
OifHtAntljr on ixnA, and iA cifMc'K rjtilttjr Pwfc
5-vtjMf tt iPytyraat. wic, aJwiyt cm ,tMtL Otu rnai
r mil cut uvi ut up la KiKrrn Ut AH vtUt
ft lt)i fully m-ttuiM to, art tfUeirJ In kny frt t4 the
tity, Mtftp on llottl Rtret. iifl Vbiorttrt fori
Surrti. Um KAUI'J', Prepnetor,
H U STAGE,
(r&tuLr with frotiPt h co,)
tfioUate and iUltttl Orocr,
Hi, KiffoSTftrrr ,......Uhui: lUrwoHV Wall.
Ym.y, ItmUiMfi, and SiA? Uort- utpyAXA u it
T!phoo Ho. 119.
OLLISTER ft Co,
Mo. $9, Ml'VANI, Stt
OHM T, WATERHOUSE,
T A1ME Co. '
Imfiortert tnd dealer in llsv, Grain and Central
Honolulu II. 1
T M. OAT Co.
Htill,t,til.r, Vlnas of all ilrsertt'llotts
mttttr nntt rrptitrrd.
IIOIIOLL-LV . . II
lx.fl in A. F. CoiWt new fireproof buttling, fovl Ol
fuuaou street. ii
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importm and Wh4rnt Heater In Cloth
tuff. Jtoot, Hho&, JiatM, JUfh'm fur
niahing lloott, any Ouod, Ktr.
No. 11 Kaahvmanu Stjket -Hoj-oulu
O J LEVEY ft CO
WJtolranlt nnd Hetnll fJrorer,
t'otrr Stt .Hoioujlc
fresh procme and prwi.wo. of ill liod. oa tiod umJ
reccitcd rejolarijr from Kurope And AincrtCA irbitJi
will be vM al tbc loeU mvLrt nlet.
Ctxxls delivered to an) (art cf lUeoijrfre pf cKarfe.
ItvUudoriierv hottciied and irQtiit attenih7n wtU O
2iven to the tame. 11t.tr
P A. SCHAEFER A to.
Itnjtorter and Comtnittton Merchant-,
Merchant Stvket. . !Iokou.ct.
pvILLINGHAM ft Co.
Immrter nnd Dealer In llardrr,CMt
Palms and Oils, aod General Xlerchandne.
No. 37 Korr SrirtcT .Howolcxb
'pHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co
(Late I amok. Geek & Co.)
Importer and CommtstH Merchant.
lJo)-d and the lirrrpool Udetvmtert.
Northern AisaAoce Company, 1
ONOLULU IROK WORKS Co.,
Jit earn Kngint, Hotter, Smuttr Mttl;
Cooler, Iron, JYra and Crad Casting.
lIOVOLVLt 11. 1
Machinery of every dertjeion made to (Order.
Particular attention ctaid to ShiDs BlacLuniihias
job work executed on the shorteu notice 10
Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Worker,
Utort and Mange
of all Ittojt, Plumbers stock and metals, house, fumikh
tn roods, chaudcln, Uaips etc
Na t Kaahcuaku Steejtt t .UonotVLt
O HALL SON
lURORTRRt AaD raALaat in
Hmrdtmr and Oomerod Mrrrhandtoe,
Corn 1 1 or Kixg txo Fort Srtttit, Homohiv
WiUum W. Hall . . PretMmt aod Masaaer
L. C AMea. .Secretary and Trcaaurer
Ceortc C Howe. . .Auduor
Director H. May, L. O. Whit. Ijt
myr w. McCHBsnby a son.
ijmlkrr, ifldrs, Tallote and Commission
Aftntt foe tbe Royal ikoap Coaapaoy
No, 4t QiRio Strrit
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Domttrs In l.mmosramd all kinds of Hull J-
In, Mnlrrlals, faints. Oils, Xalls. rlr.,
lloxoiiit, II I.,
ACRsrt or KHOitaRRS
HaWakala, Kadamaaa, Kekaaluohl, Mart- BUta,
UOaaaa, PaitaU aad LtabL
YCAN ft CO,
iMiorfer. and tsralrro In all kinds of
ttuslr Hoods, fanrg Hoods,
N. IOJ AOD I0 I'oit Strrrt
r.t4tur. Cr.tirt. Setnc la.aioet, alirrort aad
aturor Itatet, rVlart Iraaaet and Corokot Raad so
ITilAil.r a4 JrarW.r,
ATT orders froaa 1V uWl Uaadt fomi attaaded ta.
K JJ. HrttW-StRRIT.. IIOWM.I.II', H.I.
OPP ft CO.,
rpkolstrrrrs, Braprro and toralrr. In
kinds of k-mrnttisrs '
TeWoAAa Ka. ia
D C, W -j w 0-!Em,
tinff fiu9nta,i t'tttnler, J
Ytrm llHuirr. nt, ,
l-l in '
Allnrnm ml Tttfn-nd Hnltrllnrln tlinnttrtf,
t'trilttlltilU Gi-nt, tn4 IM IW, WiBt,
Mirf lt, OiMiivtt, Ar. . i
lltrtunu. ,.,... .. .11 I.
r,ur ixw ri nl II4m ,
- n. WILLIAMS,
iMFOt-TFr AftP rK41 I
f'urnttnr' f fry IlrtrrlfillnM,
lft.lihttlrrrr ntt't Jfilnufnrtttrrr,
rainiiwt WwM M IS4 Yti ftrt Wwk-
lino ml tM f ft nt llutlwif. AilwsVl
r a COLBMAM,
lllnrlt-rmtlli, Jfntktnltt, t'nrrlntr
hhvp on Ktrig ft1
Mil t Ca! & OA .
f'nmmttitaH MrihnM ttl 1lrrni lntr
in Stry W ",
WJLCKtr, Mtl . H I
GftiH HwrJrw. Stu'wry. JVt yitttirt,
AH VnAwJ ttLfjtfir rjtorsijtlr ailendv4 in.
'.(J. W W.H. ..ik VmmAft(-
Str, Mo. u Kino Srt.tr. .l,otuc
W. PEIRCE a Co.
Hklp t'httnttlrr ntul C,nmltln Mr
HeaOU-Uf, IUMA IiUKVt,
Azemt (' JirAiKTt Com anti HvnA Lsws iM Prf'
ry UroC Vila Y.VUr
P P. ADAMS,
Awtlonrrr nnil Coinmtrt-lar, Mrrehnnl,
lot Attn 104 F'"T Srn-rr
Ptluf e J ill atie srA lind. vssAt to order. uA
frames of til oVtcrnAlvat oxvAstiiy on food. Mvt
Curalt. Stxtli and Otrrxuln it the 1'ioSc
T Y0HS ft LEVEY,
.turilonrrrs nntt Commission Mrrrhnnts,
lirarra liUKK, QR( STLrfT. Iloiwccuf.
Sales of Funultue. Suxi, Keal Km.su and Cesenl
MercbandiHe vnmnr auervtet to. VA? azexat vx
ue promtAlr silrtAea to. oie r
American nd Ktwotiean emiwd,e. If, I.vottt,
ill J. l-trrrr.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN'
vestment Companr (Umited.)
Muser loarwd tor loni; or 4nrt periods oa ttrtved
teontr- Aprfy 10 W L ORKEN,
Offce Beater BlocV. Fort S. Manaeer.
IT HACKFELB k Co.
flmrrnt Commission Atmts.
Ocur SrrrcT .ltoounj
M. OAT. JR.. ft CO.
Stat toner and .Vrire Healer
Ild Rubber At amp Agency
CKtrnv Block . So. tj MJCHr Sinrt
TV Hosolclv, H. !.
Ctsnttj JtnnMfartorj nntt
Practical Cdraiarr. I'lrfif Cook and Kaler
Number ?r Hotel unci. ttwee. lortaid Nmtaoa
C BREWER COMPANY.
lirnrral MtrranlUrand Commission Agrnts
Qirrn Strict, Hiwoiro,
OSctrt-P. C Jonet, jr.. preudeta and natULrr;
IcAeph O. Caner, titaiartr aod tecretajT. Iiretfirt:
Hoot. Oiailet K. BiJwpand II. A. P. Caner; Henry
lay, Rlidncr. trt
Isrnlrr In Cholrrst Btrf, Vral, Million, Ktr
NO. 6 Qctf 5TRR.CT, Tish Harkct.
Kaaatlj aod 3uptar orders carefaSr arteodM to.
Lae SukIc funu&hed lo V'cts aa ttxirt ootke.
eroat4e of all liftdt wpfilied to trder.
T EWERS COOKE,
(SlCCEttORS to Lrb tks A: l)in.to,)
tmportrrs and Drairrm tn Unmbrr and all
kinds of HnUdtntr Mnlrrlals.
roRT Strrit Hooj:Lt
W S. CRINBAUM tk Co.
tmportrrs and tThotrsmlr Otmlrrs In Urn
Utttt'i Bioctc CJcrrjt StRRrr, Hou:u!
S. CRINBAUM Co.
rortmrtllntl and Commission MrrrAants,
m Cauroaxta St.. Sax Fuintcia,
Spraal faolkiea for aod panirmlar attentka y oM to
ceiMfiiRReau ot taland proJvce.
T EMMBUTTH ft Co...
XfNaaNifltR and Vlnmorrs, Itratrrs in
Storrl, Rstngro, Tin,
No. i Nivakv StrrrT HooU.-u-
E. McINTYRB ft BROTHER,
iel At ore,
Con, Kijms and Kot Sr
J W. HINGUKY ft CO.
Manfactarer of llarana Cffora,
dnd Satolen AjikJ
The nou CMaflete ock U ike Llacdosm.
Kkx kirrt,(near Alalea) IlotiJtv.
OOKS PERTAINING TO HAWAIL
JarteVHutoryaftR Haaaiiaa IJaoias,
VVlutbci't tlac Km.
Mm tWs Hi Makt tU Sanda'aA liissjy,
Ml fka-dal Coaaioioa't Fir lowuaaav
Ha. Amur Atatauc aad .oauaL
TBOS. a. THsXriTM
rorl aU. Mlorr.
NO. 0, FOWLER Co
Lr prrparnt I furmlsst ifdata aod stmt'
Mail. for aV1d
Wkh or .'uaou Cars aad LACoaaotlm, SfCMtl
ADWrt-D OR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
RaaVaAst. aad LooscaMliiea aad can. Tra
too raytaa aJ Koa4 LoUMautitet,
t-tjoaaoia; aoa li,aua MaAtaoaty, rv
sMs &tpom, for all mwi, Vt&aW
. Wdssytoox tat
. bm tat larfoa.
UM. Madatt aad V-
a!M fflaait aod alaiMr msjt t aoa.
aatVaottVatofra. RoadamARaad. V..LCK.CBM aad
U. W. MACrAaVLANK ft Ctt, Aajaati bfatTx
aadtooaVatofrt. Roadamajaad. Vk.UGttnN aod
Q V MACPARLAHP, A CO,
mprit, CoBiUiB WrWmU
4 Bmtmr FMivrm
yb-ptnf t&4rf 0w Wtt ?4rtJUi
ltd hrnfM to, X4.
o.u hi Csv iiik ia,
PvwVm M-v P. Of, tttvt'A,
) ?Uf fc OllVttvM PlM P'jruy Tr
' 9. I
OU2sw 9JO& f'4fjM tlf J f'lt
Ijx&jh uA HtrA Mm A Vmmi.
Aa PJ Ir C. 4 jtAm.
CASTLE k COOKE,
Hktppln, nttA Commission Mrrrkmnts)
M tn Kr(tt.irr . .,. loitt-
fMrotTrrt ajtd tir.i.Rt l
AeM Im A
Tot UXV & fBlJuy YlmtMtrtiA " '
IV ,SU,suir b. IteMwis YUtMito.
V. lltHnA, u, Wsislus llxttvi-j.
A. II. KmMla JIl txmryuir, KjAss, Kjsu.
) M Alerair, 1.,,, Mm
'fKc HtiV Jtszw Comystrf.
TLe VJJhs nttisr Cwnaof
'IV UoMtn tmoTsJ LMotmny U Sots YtsosnrA.
lo rCrw YjrtsxA sts mmwA Cumoioy of tisotrs
Vol tttle lAvfaitx CotiiT of lfcaen,
D M ytmtxt, fxeu Ccur'eitl Mstium.
'tU ttrw YwV avl Houtla Mil line.
Ihs Mertsunr lios. HonoVoat toH Tm rnoiiws
BILLS RIXTCIUIILi: ap PAYAELE DOOIS
It'nt Ji Jton'tr Itrrrtpts, Hktyplntf Msftftts,
Orttrr ttookr, Mrkoot Itsrstrds,
'VUmsixjoYin VA. Ptttstt fnsiyii, Mii. Ot-
oer on&tt, ., wz vtXMXWf us lit tin, or
Special Forist Mad ep to OreWr a' Stwrt Notico
,i THtin. a. runVM'H
MtRfMAMT SfRRCTAKP lorT SttrRT &TOrtt
E W GOODS
VtT PTJCUtZD t
"Martha Dieit,"" MaStrale," aarl rtyttri ri
M ar tprjtjT xtd s Kr s eM'it
Boisoo Card Mntti,
Horta- Vet and Na3
DOWNERS aod NOONfAV Od.
Lslricalavr 09t of al laada,
Cl Naata, a9 atte,
CZmM Najlt. sS tltrt,
Cuuoa Watte Sa toSet.
fXnp Kin CMit,
Yrvoik Sasp, sa cat.
Wire HaneW Hairnt for rem, ate
Lane'a Pbxaatao Hoes,
i B0& Gootttn. Socre Uts,
Ice Cteaaa Freeteri.
La va Hoaert. leia laod.
Cae't Ceatu AaaoArar Dacaxas,
Cate'a Geznuoe Atwadeac Uanavt Ssjnfs,
Beudee a Itymuod anacief ta t llsrdwt Cm alvay
Saa eycied, rkr ty tW "SfOMla."" a mo cow
faVte aMoneta of
Hairs fUrrl flon-s and Urrakrr:
Wei extra lla.-ae, Eeaan sad foksn-
A3 thete iS te foiad at tl coner Iricl atcre. of
t't K Q. HALL L. SON. Lueatd.
E EHTP.RPRISE PLANING MILL.
ALAktA St.. xiar Qraa-ai Sr
TELLPHONL Na jj.
C J. Haxde. Proprirlac,
COITTRAOTOK avaal MVILBU.
PUntnf, Shapinf;, Tonusf,
Bavod sd Scroll SaMntva;,
Door, Stub, BliattU, Deer
and Wuvdtnr Fraaaes,
Bard and JmI Trrr Wood for ma.
MOLDINGS AND FINISH,
Alarayt . hsiA.
AJ orden tUrd oa J on Kuce, aud J sHt lw('j'
aneaalod to. Moatdieic .raatc to aay tuner TTlli't
ctuariiaitt for ttusea. ir
CONTRACTOR aad BUILDER.
STKAM 1'LASI.Va MILL
Maaadaaor. al tioda a
a4 ajl klatte of wootLwwh ittia.
TaWtBtftaj, ataTtt 11. asajtl
Al Viadt of rtaaaax a! Saam. Motnnf. aad Tra
ORPFRS mOUPTLV ATTENDETI TO aNO
Orders aisa tie olaor lUaadi tmZtmoX aaiR
lDcaaacta. ffcaW Laaa
Ml of tlliHtl, yn of Aanrtari,
tUAJen Caauacn, Artasawoi ajiih.i.
lands,. oVjaoRRri aVaads
Uaara, mksot? and MaaaJLnanea lon. Ma.
ru LmduKa-HaoaSaa lana. Laatar
SIM Mara st tt kkada. rVatSEF
U rVoUata, tfavsnt ol .-"-p-w
OR ANY LAMtVS iBITCa T
Mr tali tat