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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER. 1, ib.
VOMJMK V, NtJMHHU 9.
WllOI.K NlMHBR 2l8.
The ictlvnl of (itcck IramhiR In
Italy lim been rightly i onil'leted one of
tlic moil lniiot!nni eilmlenofllic Mli.
die Arc l-orenro ill Mcillrl Iwkc
enl diiil.HAilors to the Hiiltun llnj.wct
to cattli for Ofcrk MSS, ami pnv
Lined tnoliumlral, nciiily one mini of
whirl) weir new In i.jt llielmir lost
romcillo of IM.iiitm wcie (omul I'opc
Nlcholai V fouiult'illlin Viilluiiil.iliniry
In 1 1 17, And left It with 5,000 prln
Icm vdIuihc , he IhuI the OictA wiliet
iratnliitrtl Into litln, nnd mnliitnim-il
n nninlici of rliotor tMiw'rllilng iliem
llocrnrclo'd collection of lionU, nnd
Mucoid Nlrroll't "litM inltlli llliury,"
at rinrcnrr, developed Into the ruinous
.McdiriMn I.llitmy The nnxlcty to
multiply ropla. ol the piccloiii Otcck
MSS, lnirc.Hci.1 In a fever heat, when
the Invention (if the urt of printing
r.ic oppotlnnlty for the gcniuiof Allo
Mnniulo. The rude l!oc:k-lmok wcie
rnst .-niilc, nrtlttn like I'riintla nil the
lypei ; the KtenirM iilmlnr of ICnropc
nrlcrieil nnd rcicil and annotated
MSS., and gladly ie.nl and correded
proof The new art found wealthy
friendt, the I'rinre of Cnrplo, Alberto,
paying the rojt ol the first Aldlne picss,
This youthful prince had been a pupil of
Aldo, and rightfully he mine by his low:
of literature, for lili mother vvm the lis
ter of that beautiful iny&ttc nnd human
Im, l'ico dclla Mlrnndola In the mliht
of private and public difticiiltiet, which
finally cost hhn hit estates, Alberto en
couraged and supported Aldo. Al
though but twelve years old, he planned
to set up a press in C'irpi, with colleges
of sciences, arts and literature attached,
where pcifect editions of nil the classics
should be published, and from which
oxploriiig expeditions should be sent
out to find new MSS. He was unable
to curry out this noble scheme, and the
first Aldlne press was bet up in Venice
in 1488, Aldo dedicates his first vol
ume of Aristotle (1495) to the young
Prince of Carpio, "the patron of learned
men." The Aldinc type was copied
Irons Petrarch's delicate italic hand-
wiiting; and "II Francia," a famous
goldsmith, whose dies and medals were
only equalled by Cnrndosso of Milan,
cut the first types. Hooks were first
printed in the Hebrew characters by
the rival printers of Soncino, near Cre
mona. The Aldinc presses wcie worked
to their full rapacity between 1501 and
1505 ; the prefaces, criticisms, disserta
tions, the scholarly a curacy, and the
poetic elegance of workmanship, unite
to nuke each volume a joy foicvcr.
In 150? the famous " Dolphin and
Anchor" sign appeared on a small Svo
Dante. The Guinti of Florence, and
many others, soon counterfeited it. It
reappears on the books of Pickering,
London.. Maitcns, the Belgian, used
a double anchor; Crespin, of Geneva,
used the dolphin nnd anchor on a
Greek Testament; the printers at Lyons
copied Aldo's imprint nnd prefaces.
Aldo died in 1515, n' the age of sixty
su, having accomplished so great a
work that, by common consent of schol
ars, he still maintains his place, "first
and best of printers." Only one page
of his polyglot Bible, Latin, Greek, and
Hebrew, had been printed. He left a
host of unfinished enterprises. Tor
resani d' Asola and his two sons car
ried on the establishment until 1529,
when it ceased, until Aldo's third son,
Paolo, reopened it in 1533. 'I he new
''Dolphin and Anchor" stamp was
more graceful. In 1546 the anchor
hd two cherubs supjiorting it. All the
Paolo editions are worthy of the Aldinc
fame; his Cicero of 1540 was the best
up to that time issued. In the middle
of the sixtcccnth century an attempt
was made to found a great book-univer
sity in Venice, of which the elder Tasso
was president, and over a hundred lit
erary men were members. They anno
tated many books, ready for publica
tion, but funds failed, and the work
ceased. 'Hie story of the Aldine estab
lishment, through its subsequent changes
and vicissitudes during the late years of
Paolo's life, and in theliauds of his son
"Aldo," has often been told. The lat
ter abandoned the profession his ances
tors had made so honorable, 4nd strug
gled vainly and restlessly to take a high
place among writers. At his death in
597 the Aldine Library of 30,000 vol
times was scattered. Tkt Aldint.
T rMU.H Half' Until.
The great American mule was given
a chance to distinguish himself itself,
rather -in Her Hritannic Majesty's
service when in the course of human
events it liccamc necessary to subju
gator 1-ower Egypt, and now- that it
seems cxcdient to extend operations
to, and )0ibly bevond, the junction
of the IHue and White Nile, the same
service has wisely determined to avail
itself of a higher order of American
material, to wit, the Canadian voyageur.
About six hundred of these hardy fron
tiersmen have been enlisted for boat
service on the Nile, and, provided they
endure the climate reasonably' well,
there is every reason to believe that
they will be able to teach the native
'fellaheen" some hitherto unlearned
basons in the art of navigating rapids.
It would be strange if a brave, ener
getic, active fellow, who has had the
totf of.Long Sault in his ears front in-
f.uirv.t.Hinot beat at lilt own trade a
soiiiewhnt inwardly and rcrtainly I.im
Nile bontmnn, who knows nothing be
yond Ihr peculiarities of his own
sprrlal cataract. General W'obclcy n
purr nily kept his eyes and cars open
during bis Itcil River expedition,
where, no doubt, be made Ihr nnpuin
I tnre of the vnyAKCtir, and the
Mgp)liiin mpcrlfiii u, tilioil as it was,
piolnbly mutinied him Hint thclouil
" fellah " was fisllj his Inferior as a
biMtnuiu when pliuk, ptoiupiucss mid
skill me to be bioiigbt Into play
l.ndi rntnrnrt on ihr Nile has lis
own lni.il sheik or sheiks, upoii whom
from lime iniiuetuorinl has devolved
the duty of warping Nile boats Up the
rapids or sleeting them down, Their
skill is largely hetiilitary, null tins often
moused the admiration of travellers ,
but In 11 rriiis like the present they arc
ohvloiiMy' unequal iif the 'ileniamli
likely to be made upon them Vour
true Oriental tan never be made to ap
preciate the value of time, and many a
p.uty of travellers has been forced to
await the whim of an autocrat who
either could not or would not summon
his liibi! to muster at the tow rope.
Smhdclnvs iiinnot be tolerated ion
modem campaign, where the rescue of
a man like Gordon is at stake, and
questions like those of Kgypt nnd the
ICast hang in the balances.
The Canadian voyageur, on the con
tr.uy, has been accustomed to force the
ennoesofthe Hudson Day Company
day after day up long leaches of rapids
in unfamiliar and often unknown rivers.
Inaction, or waiting for some one else
to get ready.ls foreign to his nature. If he
cannot paddle, or pole, or warp his
canoe or bateau up .1 rapid, be makes
a portage. From his French forefathers
he inherits light-heartcdncss and dash,
nnd from his Indian ancestors a staying
ower that carries him cheerily through
the dangers and difficulties of the north
cm wilderness. He is ordinarily a
tough, sinewy, somewhat undersized
man, rather thickset, but active nnd
full of "go." His cnduiancu is such
that he w ill paddle all day and dance
all night, ami keep it up day after day
without seeming loss of vitality.
If will be curious to note the effect on
this child of the North of those vast
Nile solitudes with their hoary ruins and
their atmosphere of prehistoric mysteiy."
I'.thnologically speaking, he was born
only yesterday. The .soldiers of Jac
ques Cartier and Champlain saw the
daughters of the boqunis,and,being but
men, fell victims 10 their charms. The
Canadian half-breed is the result of the
union, and, unlike tlic majority or
children resulting from the contact of
civilization with barbarism he is not in
the least inclined to become extinct.
Whether the bracing lunate of the
north temperate zone or the adaptive
nes of his parents on both sides is the
cause of this, biologists may determine
at their leisure.
At all events, the spectacle of the
half-breed going equatorwards to lift
the veil of Isis and chant his boat
songs under the shafts of Ra, the sun
god, is a memorable one. He is a
superstitious fellow, this Kanuck of
ours, and it may be that the Sphinx
nnd stony-eyed Mormon, and the long
perspective of hundred-gated Thebes,
will prove too many for him if once he
"catches on" to their significance. He
goes with the good wishes of many
friends and he has hardly had time
as yet to make any race antagonism.
Fight years ago, over the entrance
to the Egyptian department at the Cen
tennial was an inscription something
like this " The Oldest of the Nations
sends Greeting to the Youngest." It
is an odd coincidence that a race
younger even than that indicated in the
inscription should furnish volunteers to
pilot British red-coats up the historic
cataracts of the Nile. Nev York
Imnirlmlrlr KwtjiOfa. ..
It is not of the Utopias, the Platonic
republics, the subterranean realms of
llulwer's Vrilya, nor of any thought-
created place such as bacon's new At
lantis, that we wish to speak, for that is
no teason to believe that their authors
looked upon them as other than pleas
ing fictions. Yet there is a simplicity
of entire faith in certain minds that has
frequently made their imaginary em
pires appear for years most actual ; nor
were they necessarily less sane than
Jt is in childhood that we most create
and people these kingdoms, but, with
some at least, their reality seems to ex
ist throughout life Thomas Dc Quin-
cey created an imaginary realm called
Gombroon, which was for years the
subject of his most ea'rnest thoughts,
which he had visited and conquerd
and whose government he maintained
against his brother's opKsition. De
Quincey in after life speaks of the
terrors and agonies of mind he endured
at various Gbmbroonian crises; but when
asked why he might not have dissolved
the fatal obligation by an effort of the
will, ht answered; "Ah I but no; I
hadcontracted obligations toGombroon;
1 had submitted my conscience to a
yoke, and in secret truth my will had
no such autocrataic power. Long con
temptation of a shadow, earnest study
for the welfare of thai shadov, nympa
thy with thts wounded senti'illlth't of
lh.it shadow under aciiimiilalcil
wrongs ' ' had froien (lint
shadow Into n vigor of reality " One
of Me Quince)' nilmher write that
prohihly nothing was ever more rcnl,
"iiioir Mihtfnniially ami objc lively
true" lo the gieat ;nlM llianlh.it "ex
n ting renin) of Imagination nil fi1111p.nl,
the far olf island of Gombroon,"
Another silih " firm based ilrc.im"
wns the " I'l.iltcnglniid" of llaithold
Nlehnhr's boyhood, over with h he ruled,
nil oh' armies he led, nnd lo whose
welfare he devoled a large that u of his
thoughts for sevrrnl years, planting
(olonics, bjiihllng cities, punishing reb
els, making laws. How much one de
sires to obtain, were thnt possible, the
exact rerotd of all that the future his
lDii.111 nnd ruo'li makinu teacher. Nici
Inifir? enacted for lift sha'dow-Tcilm of
" I'lattenglnnd." Kvidenll)' it was more
of an cnrtb-boin fiction than that weird
Gombroon of Intensely brooding De
Hut literature has no mote interesting
example of phantasy held as nctuaitly
than that of the " FJtixria" of Hnrlley
nnd Derwent Coleridge. In this re
marknblc iustJiire, two brothers seut
much of their time evolving nil the
political, religious and historical feat
ures of not one kingdom, but of many
nations, of life, as it were, upon another
planet. They fancied to themselves a
futuic time when a new continent
would arise, with its complicated history,
its wars, seditions, intrigues j its varied
languages and arts and literatures , its
changes of government ; its scientific
advances j its great universities ; its
statesmen, authors and generals. Der
went Coleridge writes that Hnrtley's
usual mode of beginning conversation
upon this dream-realm was " I have
had letters and papers from lijuxria,"
and immediately he would begin, as
under a sort of an inspiration, to de
scribe the political situation there, the
Instest events, improvements and social
occuranccs, as one utterly unconscious
of invention. It is thought that Hartley
Coleiidge continued at times to dwell
in Fjuxria for years after his school-days
were past, and that .1 lingering faith in
its reality always remained in his mind.
It was a marvellous day-dream, such as
all imaginative natures indulge in some-
tunes, bnt seldom with surh coherence
a nine ininxing win conceive one
that thousands of crsons, besides Nie-
buhr, Dc Quiitcey and Hartley Coler
uge, must nave uwcit, lor a time, in
the midst of such imaginings, for we
have hCre, in overwrought intensity, the
qualities that in after life bring fame in
many fields of literature. Critics of
Babac unite in saying that his power
of making his ficitious personages seem
to him real as palpable flesh and
bones and life-inspired still remain
unsurpassed among writers. Dickens,
Charlotte Bronte, and dozens of others,
Itavc acknowled that their creations
posesscd and controlled them, so that
to whatever disasters they were hurried,
the author had therein no volition ; he
simply recorded the catastrophe. How
could " Villette" end happily? How
could Sydney Carton's sacrifice be
avoided? Both Miss Bronte and
Charles Dickens felt that the lives of
their creations were no longer in their
control. We doubt not if there are
many living and successful writers, art
ists, and professional men, who remem
ber in their boyhood the peopling of
ideal rea'ms, the government of empires
that find no place in Hellwald's " Die
enie und ihrt Volker" the joy of such
escape from the confines of space and
of time. Niebuhr's career is sufficient
to show that such airy structures may
be rcitred without destroying future defi
nitcness of aim and manliness; and
Hartley Coleridge's career is sufficient
to define the dangers that surround
such occupations. Kosseau all his life
fled to his cloud-land, whenever the
world seemed cruel or neglectful; his
dream-realm was peopled, he tells us,
with perfect creatures, with whom he
daily held converse. But these obscure
and inchoate day-dreams are infinitely
too abundant ; the well-defined, care
fully mapped out kingdoms of the im
agination are such less frequent, much
more interesting and valuable. Afw
York Round Tabtt.
Ilroynti'hlrvl utnl ComtHrrrhil .1v4a.
Petroleum is reported as existing in
Southern Afghanistan, and the English
Government is about to make experi
Russia has a project in view for turn
tng the Uxus Ktver from the Aral to
the Caspian Sea, which is rapidly dr)
ing up. Phis would be only a reviving
of an old state of things, for ancient re
cords show that from the fourteenth to
the sixteenth centuries, this river, or a
branch of it, flowed info the Caspian.
English engineers, however, do not be
lieve the work will !c done, because
depressions between the river and sea
are too great tu be overcome. One
evidence of the drying up of the Cas
pian Sea is the steady diminution of
the teals, which form a source of great
profit to the people on its shores.
SMITH A TIIUHHTOM, I W O. Umiih,
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11IM.IAM (I. flMITII A Co,
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pKS, CUMMINOS MARTIN
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r M.VIUTNHY, M. D., D. D. S.
Itrntat Huam on Fori Htrttt,
ItoMOlULU . . It. I
Olficr In Hrrwrr't lll'xk, corner Hott and Foil
hitreii, entrance on Hoitl Mrrft
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fftRHANfLNTtY IOCATKU IN HONOLULU.
Office, control Von arvl Motel Mrcei.ottr TrfglcMfi'i
I 'a fits, J it tent Ion paid to rttlor4tioii goM titling l.
Krlyin on Eood work at rvniril clurgts to gain
int con nut net 01 int pumic. us on
jpRO L. BAUCOCK,
(LATK Or OAKLAND)
'leader of tin Puno-Knt. AtMr.tt, I.VCAN & CO.
Kimiuknch No, 10 Enuaa trt. iBjmy
TJ HACKFBLDft Lo. UJ V7
iUnprttt CommiwttQH Atfv'ntm,
Qumrn St r hurt , ..Honolulu
JOHN H. PATY,
totnry I'ttbtic ami Commlmaton of lititd,
For the Sulci of California and New York. Office
at the lUnk of IlUliop & Co.
Honoiulu, Oamu, ILL
JTNO. A. HASSINGBR,
ye nt to titkr Aeknowledgment lo Con
trad for fathor,
Imtkhiok Omen . ... ...HutmuLV
NT P. BURGBSS
t arpentcr ana nttiiitet.
AH kinji of jobbing promptly attended to.
1 elenhon No. tio, Willlamwn tvapreu
hiioc. No. 84 Kino SmitKT. . H
lloot ami Shoemaker,
Boon and Slwx nuJc to Order.
No. 114 Yuht St., oitomtk Panthkon Staulk.
A L. SMITH,
I in potter and thaler fit tllanttrare,
Miriden till re r Plated Hare,
No. 44 TottT SrnitKT . . . .Honolllv
Klng't Comb, rut ion pectacJei and Ej cgUve,
Liutral Vir Ware. Fancv So in. Picture Frame. Pi-
tol, Wotcnholm' Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Claik't Spool Cottwii, iUthine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needle., "Dome me" Paper Fashion.
sole agent 01 tn universally acKnowieugea i.ignt
Kunntit Doincttlc Sewin Marhln
hnftorUra and Heaters tn Hardware, Cut
Paint and OiU, and General Merchandise.
Nn. j; f-oar SrHtKT . ., Honolulu
YONS ft LeVBY.
Auctioneer and Cmmlafo JfrrrANf
Uravik Hlock, Qubrn STKtfT, Honolulu.
SaJciof Furniture, Stock, keal Euatt and General
Merchandi promptly attended to. Sola agent, for
American and European merchandise. J s Lyon ft,
n8-r (I J Livtv.
TH8 WBSTfRN AND HAWAIIAN IN
A. YitUMBi bapay (uaiuo.)
Money loaned for lonj or thoti pariodi on approved
ecurtly. Appl to W. U GKEEN.
Office Heaver Block, Fort St. Manafcr.
T W GIRVIN,
CommtMMion Merchant and tlnrl Dealer
In Dry Hood,
Wailuku, Maui .11, 1
Grocenet, Hardwaje. Stationery, Patent Medicine,
Perfuiany and GUttwarc. 1
B. McINTYHB ft BROTHER,
tlrocery and Fred Storet
Cub. Kino and Fort Srs . ..Honolulu
P A. SCHAEFBH ft Ld
Importer atul Commtlon Merchants,
MSBCMAtMT STKIsr, ... 1 1 OHO LULU
A S. CLHGHORN ft Co.
Importer $ and Dealer in lien rat Mer
Corner Queen an4 Kaahtimaau Sttettt, Honolulo.
(rOfeWKBLV with qllm A to,)
Wholeeal and He tail Uroter,
in. KuaSratar ,,Umd Habmonv Halu
FamU, Plaauttoo, and Ship oee aupplted at tHl
nuttou Near aoudt br ety Heaaaei. Ordeif from
the uhr IUndCautufullyaatcuied.
Teleufwna No. 119. iji'iyt
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ror)Mrnmnu of Inland unclutt.
'pHH OnKMANIA MAHKHT.
MnhOLVLV, If I
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Sauutfff, UfloiFftat, rtt, alajfl on liamL Our rtJt
ait all cut and pm up In Faittrn nU, AH otdrra
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til Jr. Shop wi) Hottl .ftrei, Ktn Umoo arii tori
ttirfctft. (4v6m) ( KAUI'P. I'ropnrtor,
P H, OBOINO.
A,ra nnd O ray nut n,
Frfifht, l'aclaxi, an.1 Manage d1vcrd to and from
all pattiof Honolulu arvl vidnliy. Cartful at-
trntloi) paid lo morln Kurntturf, wit It
WAGONS CXI'KK.SSLV FOK HIK PUKPOSK.
rrlprion Wj KeloVnc iji J'mtchbowt ktrcrt.
Q(itr, 86 Kin Strrt itAti
o ANti to Four SrMEKr . .Honolulu
IVttuetuf all uit an.1 kind made to order, aud
fiam of all dcrlptIon conttaaly on hand Alto
Uah, nllanrl uurioiitui 01 m riunc,
r W, HINGLIIY A CO.
Munfaeturers of II am nit fHgr.
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And SmoWiV Article
lli mott comptno uock In tht kingdom.
King irtet,(nar Atakft) Honolulu
M, OAT, JR., ft CO.
Htaiianer and Setr Heater
Ked Kaober hltmp Ayenry
Gazattc Uiock No. j friKCMAMT SrutKt
103 Honolulu, H L
I'ioneer Meant Candy Manufactory and
Honolulu JL L
Practical Confectlorcr, Pattr Cook and linker.
Number 71 Hotel ivtrtct, twetn Fori and Nuuanu
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
Genet al Mercantile and Commlton Agent m
QvrjtH Stkkkt, Honolulu.
Officer P, C Jonei, jr., prebtdent ajiJ manatjer;
Toteph O. Cait&r, -urer and wctetary. Dirtttor ;
llonv Charlct R. Knhop and H, A, P. Carter; Henry
Ma), audtlur. ixS
healer In Choicest Href, Veal, Mutton, Kir,
No. 6 Qurntr Stmbht, Fiim Mankkt.
rainil) aitd &hipp!nfi order carefully saieftded to.
Live block funmhed lo Vcielt at Utort notice
Vertatlee of all kinds supplied lo order.
Fet-trnoNr. , . No. an.
r E. WILLIAMS,
lurORTKK AND UaAUII IN
Furniture of .Kvery Description, AUo
Vpholterer and Manufacturer,
Furniture 'Wareroona No. 109 Fort Street. Work
shop at old tvtand on Hotel Street. All order promptly
attended la tj
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
iMrOITBKS ANU UtALKRt IN
Hoot, Shoe, Furnlthjng Good, llatm,
Cap, Trunk, allet
Perfumery and Soap, WrJthant Watchet,
Fine Jewelry, tic,
Cunkh Forr anu Mkichant S'nwri, HntoLtLt;
Jeweler and lhamand Heller,
Nnfco, Nvuanu Stbilkt, Honolulu, II.
(Opposite llol1iUer.lt Co ),
Particular attention paid lo repairing.
OD. HOFFSCHLABOBR ft Co.
Mmprter and Commission Merchants
Honolulu Oahu, H 1.,
FD C. ROWb,
Hon and Sign Fainter,
Pa ran Hanoi a, etc,
No. 10 KlNQ StBBkT HONOLULl
Dealer la Dry flood. Hies, Tea, Milk and
Fancy liooeU, llmte. Moot and
nnri nniNi rrra mmn rivMr,
Cigar mad Tooacro.
Aim proprietor of Rice arvl Suxar plantations al
Kaneohe, Kooliu, Walpio, F.wa, and Heeia.
Nlpahv and Ciiolain ShT.,... ..... Hoholilu
Importers of General Merchandise from
France, Knyland, Germany and
IK United Stale,
No. jl QfakN SraiiT ... . HnNOU't
16 anu iiICaliioiiiia ST'.ar San I'.ahciko,
PaiiIcuIu ULiulon loU to nlllnf aiul iM-iotaf U.
Ua4 ord.ia. c
T EMUBLUTH k Co.,
TtH,mith, mhU fwM.r, Dtf.r, In
M,., Ma,,',, Tin,
No. 1 NmMo Stx.t Ioolviv
- C COLEMAN,
JMMltA, Mm4tnU4, Cmrrim,, W.rk,
tUntiiMi MuaUiie, tu, Sbuf. m Klu, Siimi
O.JA w CuW m Couh'k 17 l
'plina, II.DAVIKH A- c,
(I.AT. II1H, f A O )
ttnptitlm unit loMttiilltm Htrhnl,
A,. Mr. ..
Urt.l t Hvl ill. t.lip-l Unil.ioib'ri,
llidlib .ihI Teftlin M.rln. htmtm I nmff ri
N'.ili'in Atinf jmpny l
(I MAM. A SON
IHHIMIH nl 1,(41. M IK
lltllihttlre hhiI 1lHtitl Mfrrhillflh't
Liitutt iir Kii. inn Mr Hr'r, lliiiwii M'
WllllurVV, Hall 1'm.W.i.i in. iUhtft
I, ( AM. Vu.i.i. .11 Ti.wi.f
lUmf llo , Awiilw
lllifiiort II M. K, 6 Wl.ii. ii
nvnnn a cookk,
H i 1 1 Kl.'Jlt JO LawaM A III MVW,)
Intfntttff nnil Iteittrrs ttt l.nmhtr ntnl i
html " IhtUiltnv Mtttrrlnt;
luar SlMtrr HomiiHti
yllOU. O, TflltlfM.
MM-Ifh0 " MANpaACn'UlNO
Mhillnhrr, New .iyent, I'rltitrr, nl
And puUMicr of lU fihlvtUKV l'anartl luH
Am Almnr nJ Annual, Mrtlanl Mlffl f lat
tt In rn Himtl'ttiyt loiVt Muict hty an J tancy
Wfitrhinnktr, "''. Hntmrrr, nmt
No. ill fnr nirmr . Hmai !(.
All ord'rl failldu.ly 4cui,L )t
IMULLII'S A Co.
Imnoiter ttmt H'hnlvmttt Denttr In 1 tatti
'"17 Woo. tihort tint, Men Fur
maiftf finoitt, rnnry flntnta, r.tr.
i. u Kaahuhanu Srvaar
U, OAT A Co,
btilhntihrr, t'litt nf nil tlrrrlillH
rniiil ami rrpnlwU
HniioLULl .. II, I
l.oft In A K. Ciwt' n.w firpii.f liull'Jfnt, tvA A
Nuu.nu htircl. xl
0 ) LEVEY A CO.,
Whnltmtlr mul Hrlnlt llrnrm,
I'n.r St..rT .IIukolvlu
1 l.vli rocrt .nj irov!tlooi of .11 klivj ufi tumi .n-1
Kcritei itfulwly fiotn huroj .nt Anvric hkh
will L vli X 111. lowru Iturket ict.
Oooli ilrltner.d loan) pan cf lli oljr fr. of charge,
Idaitd Older. Kticile' and promfX allenlwn will b
given lolltebaine. nt.iy
C P, ADAMS,
Anrtlnnrrr anil CntmnhttitH Mrrthmnt,
QvirH Sr.riT, . HimoLlLi'
ONG LEONG A Co.,
Ayetttit for M on mt I tiuyar, Fatatun litre
Aud Ka'dua Rice Plantation and Mill.
NtUAMti Stkset ,,,,, CttKttr Maminb
r YCAN ft CO.
importer and Healer In all kinds of
Mutle tloodm, Fancy flood,
Not. 103 AND to; FOFT STRCCTr HONOU'Ll
Furniture, Chair t. Sewmj Mtvcbintt, Mimm nJ
Mirror PUt, Piuure Frame and Cornices made to
order, 1)7 yr
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Kngtne, Hollers, Sugar Mills,
Cooler, Iron, llramm and Lead Canting.
Honolulu H I
Machirery of every description made to order.
It i. '. : ''j . rtL..i. i. . I.i
Job work executed on th ihorteM notice. 10
A W. PBIRCE ft Lo.
Ship Chandlers a ltd Contmlmelon Met
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanm.
Agents for Brand's Gum and Ilontb Laiv and Per
ry Lravis' Pain KiIIt-
OLL1STBR ft Co.,
Wholemate and llelatl Drugglstm ami To
No. S3. Nl'uanu Stlrbt.,
TOHN T, WATERHOUSB.
Importer and Heater In General Mer-
QvtKM Stkkkt Honolllu
KJt W, McCHBSNBY ft SON,
Leather, Hide, Taltotr and Comtulenlon
A jenis for the Royal Soap Company
No. 4 Ql'kkn Strkbt. . .IIonoll'u
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Dealer' in Lumber and all kind of Hit lid
tng Material, Faint, Oils, Mall, etc,
Honolulu, H. I.,
AGSKT Of ICHOQKBR
Haicak&U, Kulamanu. Ktkauluohi, Muy Bllto,
U llama, Pauahl and Leah I.
Al Robimon's Wharf. '
LJOPP ft CO.,
74 r ,. ..... ...... .King Stbikt
VpheAtterers, Drape re and Dealer in all
kind of Furniture!
TeIeAn Na 14
Tin, Voyittr and JUta.l Int H.rkrr,
Sl.rt. mud MimhiM.
of all VIiuls risufren MoA and nmals koM fumlU..
fnf foila, chAndtlutn, tamos nc.
No. I Kaahuuaki; Shut .lloxouu'
H'alcAmAOk.r m4 Jtietl.r,
WUS rtUrla ult a lyxUllty.
U orjen from IS. mbi IvUndt prenpclf all.ai.J U.
Nasi, llot.L.Sl.ilT HoNOlVLli, II. I.
q-HU ENTERPRISE PLANINO M1LU
Ai.akka Sr., aaii Qiian St,
TLLKfllONE No. .
C. J, HaidM, PropcUUr,
CONTRACTOR ul BU1LDKR
PUning, Shapinj, Tumlnf ,
Band and Scroll Sawing;,
Ooort, SmS, Blind, Door
and Wiadow Frames,
Stairs, made to ordtr.
Hani a4 ! Trra Wm4 rr Salt,
MOLDINGS AM) FINISH,
All aU aJU J m ti-an tw, aaJ JvlUn-j vtupily
aiteiaUad U. MiMldiA4 taade l aay pauei uhoaii
uiacikwga Us in. m-a
niauoi' co 11....1.
llo-imiM, HoAIMo M
!! 'l..ff(. 14
f IIR IIANK fir CAUrOr-NIA,
Alil"li i-u in
K.m.i U VI vmilOIIM)nOriS,
Hi.COMMI'I'CIAI. HANKINO LO,
Or VI)NKY, lJNOON
I). (OHHIUKCIAI. IIAHKINO CO
cr svuNr.Y, YiNrv
II.. IIANKB Ol NI.W ZMLANOi
I Iif HANKS OF HKI'rltll COI.UMIIIA,
. VICIOIUA, II C ANO l'OR7I.ANI,Ok.
Tianuiil it fiiMnl IliittUn; lliiilnm.
COPYRIGHT OF Wm. B. OLESON.
Il ii r.fne-nUiid,lljU on iK Kf4ll.emh(ijbld.y
J flmt, A. li., ill,. Win. II OUMfi, of illlo,
ItUrid of H.toaii, ll.w.ii.n Jtland., In m&jjrith9
llti heolon of n "Act lu iKour.- Utnilni in ibil
Kln.clom, lr .ecutinf Ih. tirr iA Chant .oil lioi.1i.
14 In Abllior. and I'rowletwt of luth ovfii,M .&
provej on tl.e it( A l).ctnli. a u , i4.. I,a$ d
ooetled In ll.il OlfK, llie lilt of hi l Uwk ' " Kficliih
l.fetvjMl 10. MawaIUH.'
'Hi. tittitivt which he ifjitnt a. owor and ofotfrl
eior. In williM Mheie-J I luit. Irfleunto x my
hand .nd caiMd lh f al of tl. Inters. Vlr1mt4 u
l .rfited llil. lffrjeiiiri(itihdyof .Soi.riUr,A.l.
ill! ClIAl.T. OVUCK,
(All lioiuerfi). lMor
U. W, UAi-'ALAHf, H. Hlt.9AtJlhrt
Q W. MACPARLAHE ft CO.
Ianportrat ComauLMlon More ha at
nd Bu&mr Faiotor.
I fr prry Muildmf Quen itrt, HonofuU
r-.tlaua Suar Co, Kauai,
Jfc Waikapu So jar Plantation, Maul,
In Spencer .Sujar Plantation, Hawaii
HofMhrna Sujcar Co, Hawaii,
tlutiihwxar Ilaniailnxi, Maui,
Reclprociijr Sufar Co , Man.
M alalia Svjar Jlaniation. Oahu,
Oykala Suiar Co- J I do, Hawaii,
Olowalu hir Co. Maul,
j rOwlr 4 CO Sfeaui Ilow ajml PortaUe Trtvnaf
1 'nulla shtfti KMiuHL-n. Hawaii.
Mlrrleti, Waiywi 4. LVt Sogar Machinery, Gladtois
flatifow and Honolulu IJlneut Pacteti,
1 ivrrpooi and iicewiuiu lne or racket,
IjMvion and llonolula Line of Sieameri.
hun Fire Insurance Co. U 1Kidori.
apASTLB ft COOKE,
Shipping and Commieelon Merchants,
No. 80 Kino Stk.t Honolull
IHrfjettk AMD bCALCIt iw
lite Hitchcock & Con.panv Ilaniaiioa.
Inc Alciand'-r & Baldwin PlaitatiarL
R, Haluead or Watalua PUiUatlon.
A. II. Smith & Company, Kotoaf Kajai.
J M Alexander, ilaiku, Mauu
I he Haiku Suiar Conipany.
The Kohala Sucar Cornpaa)'.
Tl.e Uniou InMjrance Company A ban Franloco.
The New Ln;land Life Inturanor Compaay of Ikrvtoa
7 he KUke Manufactugnc Cornpanv of lloiton
D. M. Weuon'i Pal cm Ccntnfucal Machtoet.
The New York and Honolulu Preset Line.
the Merchant t Line. Honolulu aud ii-z. rrancuco
Vr. Jayoci k Soo Celebrated Median.
VIIcqk 4 Gihb't buizer Manufatunfl( Company,
Wheeler A Wilson sewiff Machine. t'S'ttt
FFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN,
FIKIPKOOP BRICK BUILDING,
.Vu. lit Merchant Street. Honolulu, It, I,
Th only roogt.wa QetmwmX Bks1sm
Aaift la tkm KaJ&sdos.
Real EiUte Broker, Life lnunc Agtat.
Custom Koua Brok tr Eoi'paoyWut Af tnt.
Money Brcker, Fix loauraacvActnt,
And CaraJ BuaUtns AMtJ'
KKALKtraTK nJ-Aariiirr JHot W kU Real
Ettate inailpartotbe'kintdoo, Vaj Keel Luate
and property of aJ! kind1. akiMVc How-. Cot
tage. Room aJxiTjal,; AlUfcd k Inurae, Taaea.
Kepauuix and "Odleaint W Rentakubraw- Lejal
Wpcrt ol every nature-, Crania Title Recofdi, etc, etc.
tCMrLOVMKMT DaAkTUBHT rind eispaoyment to
all tranche of induwry connected with the I aland.
Ga-NkKAL Hl.ie Mttk Keep Bookt and
Account; Collect BiiU; Loan and qtci Money; Pen
mimhlp, FjirOMin, and all kind of Coppni done:
Procui Pirt and Lue Imuranc. Adrcmetncnt sad
Crjrrepoodctisaaai tended 14.
CirroM HotkK Btoivta Aund to alt Louie
ihroufh power of attorney and other 1. Merchant
w Ul nnd tnt deiaanmeol a tpecial tcnefil to them at 1
attend to the delivery of Invoke complete.
KoLtcimo Accmt fur the Mutual lift Inwtraoce
Company of New Vurk, ihm Uget, rrandeM and
ftountle! lnuranc Company In the world.
Tountt and Tratetert, and thoe luo p&
nccii homa on the lUana. will find ft to thev ad ran
tai 10 confult nw peraonally or by letier when iuaU
aocoaimodallon are required, nd they dl tad It to
their ImertU to call 00 me for general iidorvtattoo per
tMning lathe Island.
CorrtsfMjndenot tolkcued from abroad and order
accepted and ailed for Hawaiian Curto, Trm, Coral,
ShtlU, Ua hMcinens, Photo View, etc; ettvappcr
tatnini 10 the Island.
Order of every nature attended to, coming from the
orout Idand. ,
S. F. GRAHAM
S. M. CARTER V C0
riRF.WOOO, CO VI, ad TEtD
IIAV n OATSi.
Tin IJr.vrr to all puti t4 ik CWr.
Kwrnlirll, Ja'.Vi; mTKKKT,
AndT.UfJun N 1 1;
HO. O. FOWLER C.
J LEEDS, ENGLAND,
At. frrr I, ura(A flant aaU JUt
Mill far tf4
WUh oe without Cait and Loroaaolite, Special
ADAPTKO tR SUGAR PLANTATIONS
PerraaJMol tU)way. ad UicaahAittt and (an, Ttk
Lagime nnd IU4 I ncostHia. Maai
I CJliTaiu4 MMkiAay, rr
VI. JHpn M U frufpaat.
LaiUM for liacain..
Cnukif m nk lanalrnlloni. Mod.U aod tU.
gra4 of it. nW. PUnt and kfaclUMiv anay to oto.
M lW of Ik. omkrucood. W. U OKnlN 4(4
O. W. MACrAMLANKACa.AvMtU no. P.o-
US THOMAH LACK,
luffl.f.. .1.11 I...I.. I
Vitta, Allikfn.tl, Oil anil Amm.rlA.
T to. 7
Wmi. .oliU liM.Kim.li"l 1 1 w MhMm,
IIw.iii-. UvMm K"i:, 1 IM.
(ywikalr. WWI vti (mi Ml !
bU.li 'I 0 N 1. UkUaaCaO'i
Mmi. Dimtmtt H1IIM1 Cut 'ar fiillim
ll., In fi.l.i,
Off. Mi ft....!!) IWitA,
SMTt, Fl7li, C,
uA Miliiiw (,'a.f .if..t
mkxn.i)Knr.,nTiirr.n, .(.I.. ..
S4Uff.Ma.lilfi4, V mA C.O'l'.m. ynmAtf
Bf AVr.K HIKK, '
impA'' aiA D.lr in
Qai.l4Uil, La !, T.failwrfi, U v. lmpi,
U labular, tMl. T.U1., H-Mlirt hvmf,
.rut YAx. lnlr Unt rVfcl, M
T.LU L.nii (;VJ-.,,C1uu, Vik,
L.mp ll4taf for MiW'WaUilAM.
"iTOVL AMI) KAHOrS - UikI. Urn, nV
Vwnl, KitkwuA, "Ka MU," f1, OvJ,
ll..Ii AW. AUm'I. Tlott
UlS-ilSSII'd V.W,VC,Mt fyUf i.
rkF.HCII RAMGLi-F kmiimi, (.i.U, U
(.i.al. i.tMfi, with ui iiKH K4 wai.r
Wr3TR.tllOI.M1l IXL CUTLEKV
A tin. iwhimm A T.U., t.wt1, l Ti.
Kftl.t. and FofVi ( Car.nl .14 H..U, villi
bUUt Bnd anajfMnul Uvrj ImwUm aiw
i'e'lul Kni.M, Kjio.1. V.il UklU
I'm). La Kal.ti, Ituulr uA Kin-
IM Wuk-uaod Kulrt ; 04c, Loatii,
La.tirran4 Ma. IfaA
DOOKM ATS Annn.4 wn and pattnM.
Pfrin. KfUktrt' and MirlUn Kaluif Wu.it ;
n uvi O.aoi I1tthii: I.U., Una.,
wl I. Kniv..: runt a4 acotp TtyMt
IliMtn, ii.pUa fUnit, a.ajim'. ii.n
CkH tui C Stals llnllil B.U,
Catl Va, I mil ImaMt, rtnr.
r.kal. vKuit3 la btu m ytn m WE.,
Mry nnl tnA d.uiau. I itm Cp.AI
Ut.oi.lt In Urv. vaMljr
Muk I'tut, faitl and Uara B.uim, MM
IVaW ; Klw, Jelly, and Inflraa HU
Bw patltfD. in ftirw I'ant
SAUCE PA KS-EauwM anll!n-l ain.hv yyiri
'!! rt 1ilrt Slauda, Walw CcraUf.
Call. Caib. and Kaif Hoti 5vUt
CwtAd.jrt, Ck44r.il'. 1uk
raubacat PUtfora, Ccnaltt, xad KUfhrM
Holm. PVs.l. Marli, !fA, l(. Kaaa,
Kkc trA Manui lolm Ovt, Hot llanJUa,
PWw llaniW aDd Bcaau.
ICE CHESTS and KErXIGEKATORS.
BALDWIN rODtfEK CtnTLRS TV,.. ws
l, tA, and f-incn it, uAl arlKk.
Wairafilrd VtU vnitt N" Yo.V UAJxltiil.
and cattotued, K. K. . 'K. lH. h
Hom, nofzir. uA MnnU 4c
PLUMBER ANU TINSMITHS' MATERIAL
Shut Ltad. a lo la IU. auac Iva J vi Pip.
UtA and Ct-U L-on; warn CkMtl, Ciim
SU Tin ; 5hl Cotw, cVan and llua!,
i, M to u.; Hcm B.bU. tun; Sii,
black aAd cnaaaUd : ditw WahMAdt
MKt Zinc; Soft SoMt, ni r"i ai.
GALVANIZED IKON IPE K to . loch ; .ft
T rrdaun. pl.c. WkhbjE
PIPE VICLS.tt)ujxlip(; noslil and n,
cms H to j Inch ti(.
BIKD CAGES Laritu lacHijr in nuul, faiUtA
bnU, an I icaM wut-
BABV CAKRIAGLS. Bujr WVIWrew and O.
Hair. juulr-uUUu.4 Tat and bala piauf
bAltx. Hi livpi. mcli ll. !uim .MTl'
wm U Safe I. U Iwad n & CUIatm..
Cot. aaaikd upon apfJicnlkA,
OELETTS ICE MACHINES:
Jul IM tlnc fur bh en stalKmt umt
l.ani l aTaHaUfc SnuB tut aaaaM It tW
bourw Cma, UhfbIlcUialuBlo.okin,
mAAta to rour h&lrtt on appliolion. V t
Art aalkorlMd to dcll.r tnew, lafhiana
akirud. Al oaaklt' ticl addatf otif CO
vt (ockln-cM and ft ktL,
CUSTOM WORK U all tinii in im, Umt. aa4
lLtrt won workior aaudd la. kis
oicr uwc Hoik i.cild ir coeilj4
workmra at itawaaM. yrUMt.
BEAVER BLOCK. TORT STREET.
"NiaUiava Uttll than A-tltr. ihilSn, " and
" mT DOWT rORGET IT. JH iitf
1LLINCHAM a CO.
Ha. a lotciv am
Sonoito ik. aAMtki wa.krt,
4 agvod UovU
Wt woijl cU the ku1 axuniMi
t Ptantin to onr
fal.nl itattU. MaalA MamrA rl.tr,
W.k AAA Wl nuuacd it. UK id
ik. kind it(wJ In tku conntri-
W. ka.. alan rc.od a
DILLINGHAM RlAKIHO PLOWS
n, it, i ul. Uch an (In, tV
fc.lnaflin.1 ontr.... ay
Tk. .ndUu.ntitlv of fixA oknh
. or. maa Conainail, !
cwjvtnc At Wung
OPENED TOR INSPECTION AND SALa
ATJIIL LOWEST PMC.