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Volume v, Number io.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN. ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 8, 1884.
Whole Dumber 219.
A Herman Itelltered y Her. K. 0. Oggel
at the tltth't Union Cii'irA,.Vir, , f
"Tfttnfoit h )' li rttJjr far In tuth an
Sear at ft think rial, Iht itn ef man temtlh,"
Malt. U .
The worth of scripture which this
evening have been read in our hearing
unci the hymns that we have mng di
rect ut to look upward and onward Jo the
heavenly home. The Illlilc calls It the
"Father's house." The door of It was
opened and the voice of God said,
"comic" and on Thursday, October
the ifjth, Ilcrnice 1'auahl Ilishop de
parted from her cattily home to the
homo on high. Throughthe open door
ihcwcnl In to behold her Father's house
and to rejoice forever In its beauty.
It Is said by tlic-royal prcachcrthat"to
every thing therein a season andatlmc to
every purposeundcrthchcavcns." There
Is "a lime to be born." "Man is a time
piece, wound up by the Almighty Maker
and when his work is done, Ooil lays
His hand on man's heart and hushes It
into silence. There is "a tlinfto die"
and we pass away like the flowers
with their tints and fragrance. We come
into this world on God's errand. Some
like a bird on the wing, perch on this
globe and make but a short stay. They
rest a day, a month, a yc.tr, at most a
few years, and then fly away. Ue it so I
God is all wise, and if he needs the
young and tender plants to ripen in
His world of spirits and of glory, His
will be done., Some one once penned
these lines, as the utterance of the
"Loiil God Ihe Spirit I purify
My thought!, bind hit my life to Iheei
So shall I meet my tabes on high,
Though they may not return tome."
Others are cut don n on the threshold
of manhood and womanhood, when life
with its prospects and promises opens
up before them. Others arrive at the
meridian or noon of human life, and
amid their work and plans the death
angel comes, the spirit takes its flight
to other regions and wc are left with
less force and motile power than wc
Others, but not the most of men, live
on to a ripe old age, dying gradually;
but the burying-ground is the place ap
pointed for all, the general rendezvous
of all human beings. There, my hear
ers, your neighbors lie in the repose of
death ; your friends with whom you
once conversed and counselled, and
your loved ones to whom you were tin!
ted by strong and endearing tics.
The text teaches the necessity of per
tonal and constant readiness for death,
- i ncreiore oe ye also ready ; tor in
such an hour as ye think not the son of
man cometh." They who arc earthly
minded look upon and fear death as a
thief, and to such he will come as a
thief in the night, robbing them of all
their attachments and possessions; but
they who arc in preparation and read
iness for the end, will find that Christ
is their true friend, their legitimate
Lord, their royal bridegroom. And
true wisdom consists in being always
ready. " Watch I" said Christ to the
men of His day, "watch and pray."
Watchfulness and fidelity to duty go
hand in hand. Wc are to employ our
selves chiefly about our salvation. Yet
how many there are who are not busy
in preparing for the end of life ! The
flood in ancient times was also pre
dieted like death and the coming of the
Son of man; but when it came it found
an unbelieving, careless generation.
And how many there are now who
lumber I How many asleep 1 How
yany seized with lethargy !Oh, " Awake
jre'that sleep, arise from the dead, and
Christ shall give you light 1"
My friends.it pleases God in His wis
dom to speak to us, not only, in His
word, but also by His providences.
These, as they break in upon our lives,
artjent by God and Intended to awaken.
our consciences and to stir, us up to a
remembrance of our latter end. By all
these God addresses us; as Jesus said
to his disciples - "Therefore be ye also
Christ, or the Son of Man, as He
came from Heaven full eighteen centur
ies ago, will come again. He comes at
death, and is to come with great power
mndglory at some futnre day. The day of
death will be to every one, in effect,
the last day. And this fact deserves
your attention. For though tltere is a
great distance between the two events,
nd though a clear distinction is made
intheGospcls between these twp periods,
there b also a wonderful intimacy and
Union between the two, and you find
themin the Gospels alluded to in closest
connection. Note also, that life and
death and the final account are mat
ter of individual concern and responsi
bility, In the capital of the American
Nation we are represented, one man
(peaking and acting for many ; but in
U relation to .God and the future e cry
man is his own representative. Every
tout is accepted,, by itself. Every one
wuit live by his own faith.
How differently men act I Two men
cawe in close, in immediate contact
with Christ. Of the one, the rich young
ruWe, it is said : " He went away sorrow
Mi" of the other, the eunuch t " He
,MM on hu way rejoicing.."
It, U true. of the but day ; "of tha
4f aae tkat hour kooweih no wan."
So of Death it may be said "In suchi
an hour ai ye think not, the Soli of
We have the certainty of the fact
and the uncertainty of the time, and
from these follows the necessity of n
constant readiness for the event. One
reason why it should le concealed is,
that ncrc it known to be a considerable
distance of time off, it might cause men
to live at case and in a state of imlilTcr
ence , whereas the idea of its being
near may lme the salutary effect, to
quicken to earnestness and Christian
activity. How beautifully the Illhlc il
lustrates this point, it Instances the
case of a man going on a long Journey,
and leaving his servants their appointed
work, and ordering them to expect him
every moment till they sec him. You
understand what a consideration this
is; to enforce the duty of ordering our
In Jnmcs the case is thus stated ;
" What is your life ? It is even a vapor
that appcarcth for a little time, and
then vanishcth away,,' If it be thus
brief, let us improve every flying mo
ment. If it be so evanescent, do not
rely upon it. If it is to terminate so
soon, and perhaps suddenly, be ever
ready for its close, and for an introduc
tion to a higher and more enduring
A state hereafter ? Yes, for " life
and immortality have hech brought to
light by the gospel."
To establish the fact of man's im
mortality, human reason brings forward a
number of arguments, such as the
Immaterial substance of the soul, the
dissolution of the body having no ef
fect on the soul, and the innate de
sire for immoitality, an indication that
the soul was intended lor endless
duration. These and other points
establish the fact beyond all reasonable
doubt. But the cospc) has brought
this great truth to light, and revealed
it as an absolute certainty. The philos
ophers of the past had vague ideas and
suppositions about it, but their lan
guage is not positive or certain ; it is
clothed in perplexity. Thus Socrates,
the leading and brightest ni'md of the
heathen world says " Death cither re
duces us, to nothing and entirely de
stroys all sense and consciousness ; or,
as some say, it conveys us from this
world into some other region." Do
you see how with Socrates it was halt
ing between annihilation and continued
existence, and no light whatever as to
what that existence would be. But how
clear and replete the teachings of the
Gospel on this theme I
And, there being a hereafter, nothing
is more important than life. Living,
we arc constantly exerting an influncc
that is to go on forever. This makes
life so strangely real. In ist Corinth
ians, 15th chapter, wc find a sublime
oration on life .and immortality. This
corruptible"says the gifted writer, "must
put on incorruption ; and this mortal
must put on immortality," Now if a so
called philosopher or man of the world
were to write the application of this
subject, it would be this : " If we are
to die and life is soon to flow into the
hereafter, why should one care for the
present life ? Let us eat and drink.
Why should we spend our brief time
here in toil ?"
Now what is the Apostle's conclusion?
"Therefore, .my beloved brethren, be
ye steadfast"; firm in the belief that
your souls will triumph over death and
live on, a thing eternal and immortal I
be immovable ; stand right and never
be swept away from your field and pur
pose I Then work I What I work in
the presence of impending death ? Yes ;
never lay off the harness. "Always
abounding in the work of the Lord."
Let your work be "in the Lord."
That only remains ; that alone is per
manent And abound in it always. Let
it increase more and more, day by day,
until your life is as full of thought, love
and action, as it is possible for your
powers to bcyr.jO:ruayjtod, "blessed
is' that servant, Wtttfrj Laifewhan he
lid in a'tievoijul, tri-
It is said that
ilon, the Greek law
giver, once visited Croesus, the rich
king of Asia. Minor, The king showed
him his great treasures, his rich and
numerous palaces and gorgeous robes,
and then asked him if he did not con
sider him a happy man. Solon re
plied that he never called a man happy
until, he knew how he died. Crowns
Was afterwards made a prisoner of war,
and was placed upon a pyre to be
burned, when inhi grief he cried 1 "O
Solon t O Solon t "
But not so wasit, dear frieuds.with her
who has so recently departed from us.
She lived the life of the righteous and
her end was peaceful and happy. It
will not be expected -of me, a compara
tive stranger, that I 'should tell you
the story of her life. That life has
been before you these many years ai
an open book. My friend, Mr. Cru
ran, two weeks ago this day, called at
tention to it and spoke of the salutary
influence which this life should con
tinue to have upon this community.
My own thoughts in connection with
the departed on take thU turn. What
sis a Mr)
power, was it that made her life n sue
1 ess and her a queen amoni; women ?
It was the gospel of Jcu Christ.
William Cowper says
"Hut where the I.011I of K' nA l""'i
lit IiIcmci! Ihe happy ficM,
I low pltnteoui It Ihe goMcti Mote
Theileep wnnight furrows yleM."
Mrs. Ilishop lived under the influence
of the Gospel of Jesus. Her thoughts
and affections were controlled and
directed by It This was the power
that made her life bear fruit in a hearty
consecration of herself to Christ, and
that made her faithful and true in nil
the relations that she sustained. Yes,
it has all come through the glorious
Gospel. " I am not ashamed of the
gospel of Christ, for It is the power of
God unto salvation to every one tliatJ
bcllcviciir; to the Jew first, and also to
the Greek," and also to the Hawaiian,
lint how did this lady, who Is now wilh
her Saviour, come In possession of this
Gospel ? For though she dime of
princely parents, John tells us that those
who belong to the royal family of heaven
are born " not of blood," hut of God.
And Paul nsks i "How shall they be
lieve in Him of whom they have not
heard? And" how shall they hear with
out 11 preacher? And how shall they
preach except they be sent ? As it is
written, ' How beautiful arc the feet of
them that prc.tch the gospel of peace,
and bring glad tidings of good things ' I'1
'I he Apostle puts the questions in a
logical and happy order. Now let us
sec. The. missionaries were sent. They
left their own land and kindred be
hind and came to these islands in the
name of Jesus. And when they came
here they preached. And the people
heard tiic clad tidings, that for sinners
God has provided a saior and in an
swer to the cries of their souls, " What
must wc do to be saved ?" the mission
arics replied : " Believe in the Lord
Jesus Christ and you shall be saved."
And hearing they believed. And there
fore 1 say, thanks be unto God, not only
for the blessed gospel, but also for the
missionaries, into whose hearts He
put by His spirit the earnest desire, to
bring that gospel to these islands. Thus
my question is answered! How did
the departed one come to receive the
gospel and find the pearlofgrcat price ?
Through those who were sent to bless
the islands with the story of Christ
and His great salvation.
And she who has gone before
knows best of all what she owes
to the savini; power ot Jesus as
this Sabbath evening, free from all suf
fering and pain, she sings the new song
in her heavenly home. Let the dc
parted one, through me, plead .with you
all to receive this gospel and to take to
yourself, now and forever, the salvation
which it offers.
Again I hate seen it stated and
heard it. said, that Mrs. Bishop's de
parture, to be with Christ, is a loss to
the Hawaiian, race that will be felt.
This is doubtless true. Yet, as Walton
"Wc all must pas away,
Hut the religious actions of the just
Smell sweet in death and blossom in the dust."
The righteous shall be held in ever
lasting remembrance. Though gone
to heaven, they still speak and their in
The question is being discussed
what the future will be of the Hawaiian
race. Dear friends, my hope for this
people and these islands is in the Gos
pel of Jesus, and in that only. If the
authorities and the people will live in
obedience to God and His law, God
will bless us. If we forget Him, and
depart from Him, He will forsake us.
The choicest blessing that heaven can
send to this entire population, irrespec
tive of position, birth or complexion, is
a great Pentecostal shower, through
which multitudes of souls shall be
saved and great honor shall come to
the Lord Jesus. This would be news
that would cause the church of our
God in all lands to rejoice. This would
exalt the Hawaiian kingdom In
the sight of heaven and draw
to us the hearts and prayers and
congratulations of Christians throughout
the earth. For this blessing let all
Christians besiege the throne of grace
and plead for it with a covenant keep
Bernice Pauahi Bishop has been
called home. Be ye also ready I Let
not life be a failure ; for there is no
second edition of a human life, as there
is of a book with errors corrected. And
remember, that a life for Christ has
more music in it, than has a Bee
thovcn' strains or a Handle's " Mes
"Go Ubor on, while it It day I
The world's dark night 1 hatlening on s
Sjiccil, tpced thy work, cait tlalh nvty 1
ll U not thui that oul arc won.
"Toil on, faint not, keep watch and pray j
Ue wUe (he erring tout to win ;
Go forth Into the world's highway,
Compel Ihe wanderer (Q come In."
We are traveling to a glorious and
destined place of promise. Our eyes
have never looVed upon its scenes of
unmarrcd beauty, nor have our feet
ever trodden the golden pavements of
the city of God. But at some time we
shall be there, and, amid its resplen
dent surroundings, wc shall have the
pmence of our loved ones and rejoice
forever in the name and love of Jetu.
OMIT1I A THURSTON,
I W, 0. Smith,
1 1. A. fnunroM
Allorneis nt tsttr,
No )l .Mmciiami Srmmr.
ILLIAM O, SMITH ft Co,
J I. A rHIIMtrfN, I
1 W O. 8mm H, l
lloek nmt Ileal Httittr Itrokere,
Nn II Ms.cllAMT Sllr .lloNOIIU
lKii.itiikiJ in ifn.)
Sugar I'Uttitlon, Railroad, telephone' end whet Cor
poiaitan Hit Id, Iloncl, ml similar surlilet
IIuO'iut and Soin ox CoMlllttH".
Monty toantt on Stock Securities,
o . noLn,
Cmineelur nt .(lie fitirf Xotttry fnhtle,
ClLr".. r'oKT ANU MastMArir STaKeUS, llriNOLVLU
T R. CASTLB, Srf"
Attorney nt l.ate ntut .Votary fiiMic
Att.ndt all llif Courtl of the Kingdom.
Attiirneil unit Counselor at .fltf
M Kor SrrntuT
A LDItltT C SMITH,
Atrnt tu litkr Athnoirlriiirmmtt tit
Orricit With A. S. HatlittH, ovtr tha II ink.
pKS. CUMMINOS A MARTIN
Hurteon itml Motnttjtathei'h)lelanM.
Of'KK COkHjm foRT AND IllMKTAMIA Srt..
0ir.ee llomi-Umilo a. h , and from r-3 and 6:jo-i r.M.
HMBRSON, M. D.
VhyitctiiH nmt Surgeon.
Tri HMIONK NUMt.RH 149
OiTicr hour 1 from SU to toll a in.l 1 4 to iU d in.
Office aiul KetMence, No I Kukul tttttr, cornr Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M, D., D. D. S.
Denhtt (! m Fort Utrrtt,
MoMRiau It. I
Office In flrewer'i UtocV, torner I tote tnJ Tort
Street, entrance on Hotel Street.
AriLLiAM b. McAllister,
rKKMANKNTLV LOCATKD IN HOHOUI.ll,
Office, corner of Fort awl Hotel treei,over Trfglon'
Particular attention pM to ritortion gold filllngi.
Kel)ingon r6oJ work at reasonable chargci to icin
Ihe confidence of the public. 15s 6 n
t EO. L. BABCOCK,
(LATR Of OAKLAND)
leather of the Piano-Forte. Addren, LYCAN U CO.
Kkaidvnck-No, 10 Km ma street. i8si V
AUnrnry nml Coutfrllnr at Jmw,
Ami Atfent to tnkr Aclettauitetltiemrnta,
No. i Kaa.iuuahv Stkkt i ... Honolulu
B. MclNTYRB BROTHER,
Cor. Ktrta and Fokt Sts,
Hoot and Shoemaker
Boots and Shts nude to Order.
Nn. 114 font St., orrosita Pantiikon Stablks,
OPP ft CO.,
Uphottererp Draper and Dottier in ntt
kiii( 0 urniiHrr
Telephone No. 14$.
Watchmaker, Jeweitr, Rngravtr, and
No. m FoRTSntssr ., .Honolulu
All orders faithfudy executed. 3s
Denier In Dry-Good, Hie, Ta, Silk and
h'aneu food, Hat, Doot and
Shoe, Bran, yd and flour,
Cigars and Tobactio.
Also proprietor of Rice and Suzar Plantatlops at
Kaneche, Koolaii, Waipb, Ewa, and HecU,
NUUANU AND ClIArLAIH StT HoNOLtLU
Q M. CARTER,
Attent to tako Aoknotvledffmantt to Com
tract to tabor.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands is
TOHN T. WAT8RH0USB,
firiiiorrrr nml Doaltr tn Otnoral Jaf.r
iji'aaN SraatT . Honolulu
tiT W. McCHUSNRY SON,
fifAr, lititro, TttUoto and Commtottmn
Agents for tli. Royal Soap ComDany.
No. .a Qi'itN SramT , Honolulu
A LL.BN ROBINSON,
ft.ul.ra tn Lummorand alt kind of MuUd-
lnU Material; I'utntt, Old, tallt, etc.,
Honolilv, II. I.,
AlilNTS Of ICHDOMMt
Ital.Akala, KuUmaoo, Kakauluohl, livf BlUa,
U llama, fanahl mad L..W.
At RoUnwn's Wluif.
Candy Manufactory and
Practical Coiifccttaca. PaVrv r?oali aaJ UmVmr.
Number t Hotel atrKt, l-atwccn t'ort an4 Nuuanu
ITONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Knglnoo, Hotter; Sugar MUU,
Voottrt, Iron, Urate and lad Castings.
Honolvlv . ... . It, I
Machi&eiy of every description made to order,
Particular attention paid to Ship' BlatlsmUhiuf.
Job work esecuted on Ite shoneit nutlet. to
A W. PHIRCB a Co.
Mkip Chandlers and Commission Jnf.r
tkants. Honolvlv, Hawaiian Islanm.
Aients for Brand's Oiuts aad Boaab trances and Pat
U.il' PaU KUUr.
- C. tOLKMAN,
Wa.li.mlM, JrfaeAlaM, Carriage Work
' Morn MAortng,
May m King tUSMt
V.llll'KXTKH AND HUItJUiU.
m.r.i'itoNK, no. i'.
II ImlmlUe erected nmt ltepntre.1,
MHM PURNISIII1D nV THU DAY
IN ANY I'AftT OP THE
.itmniyu vnnni'rt.v A 1 rKnnr.it rn.
Shop nt my rlilnoa, Walklkl roftd,
naar Bunny Month."
Town ordttt mir I Un it lUoffitt of
A. r. COOKU,
tOHN II t'ATY,
cliir I'ubtte nmt Vommhtton of Wtl1,
For the Sialfi of California iml Niw VwV Office
at (lie Darvk of Hi.l.oy A Co,
rHJH(Jll'HJ, Oamu, 11. I, .
a I jli'll nViif t -1 jl
r noT aT-hAS AnSSr. 'ftv3
tfrnt in tithe Arknotvtrtttmmttt to Can
trttclt for t.ahnr
Ihtiigk OrricR HoMnufLb
Cttrpentir nmt llnttiler.
All ktn.li of JftLMpg promntly all.it 11 to.
lelctihoii'! No. 1 jo, Williamson'! F.ipieu Office.
B4 MKU -TKBBT .. ,1 . MOfOLUI V
importer and Dtattr in Otn9trnrrt
Merhhn Hitter-ftalt it Ware,
No. 44 Fort .StFKtr Honolulu
ntf t Combination apect&clee nd fcytgUM,
rat Wire Ware, Fancy Soapi, Picture Frame, Vi-
Lutiril Wirt Ware. Fancy 3odi
tol. WtrttenholWi Pocket Cutlery. Powder. Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's ,Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
klmlt 6f Machine Needlea, "Domcuic" Paper Fathtont.
kU BRent of the tinlvertally acknowledged Light
Konnln Domestic Sewln MVMnf
ONO LEONG ft Co,
ApeutM for Jtonnut Muynr, Vntama
And Kailua Rice Plantation and Mill.
Nuuahu Srfciir, ..... .CoKxrit Manink
r YCAN A CO,
importer nmt Dvttter in ait htmtt of
Mute Goods, I 'tt ne U Oooilm,
N01 105 and 10; Four Stuhict.
Funulm, C1.air, Sewing Mlclilnct, Mlrrorv and
Mirror HatM. 1'itturc Frame and Cornices rude to
orter. 137 r
TILL1N0HAM & Co.
impnrtrm nmt Heater in llttrttwa'. Cut
Paints and Oils, and General .Merchandise.
No. j; Fort Sr rut Honolulu
T YONS 9t LEVEY,
Auctioned and Cotnmttntitn Merchant,
llBAVhM UUlOC, QtTRKN STVRCT, HONOLULV,
SaUscf Furniture, Stock, Kul Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Solo aeents for
American and Luropean merchandise. I I. Lvoni,
i8 r IUJ. I.SVKV.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager,
T W GIRV1N,
Comtntion Merchant andtlentirat Dealer
in Dry Good,
Wailukl. Maui ... H. I
Groceries, Hardware, Stationer), t Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glasvare 1
P A. SCHAEFBR ot Cd
Importer and Cotnmtlon Merchant,
Mkrchant Strrrt,- .: Honolulu
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
importer and Dealer in Qmnerat Mer
chandt. Corner Queen and Kaahununu Streets, Honolulu.
(roiHiaiv WITH SOLUS & CO.)
Wkoltialm and Retail Orocer,
1, Kinc Stkbut Undkn Harsionv Halu
Familv. Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at shot!
notice, N.w roods bv every steam.r. Orders from
tb other tslandfaithully executed.
Tclephon. No. lie. WS'iyr
Attorney nt Lawand Solicitor in Chancery,
Practice in the Courts, and prepares Deeds, Wills,
Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Agreements, etc., and
negotiates MtHtjreJ , etc.
Honolulu H. 1.
Orricst Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
S. OKINBAUM At Lo.
Importer and Whattial Dealer in Oen
Makkk' Block..... ,,Qvhm SraiiT, Honolulu
JUT S. ORINBAUM Co.
Forwarding and Commt&alon Morokanto,
i CALiroaxia'ST. Sam FiANCiKa
Special tadlittcs for and oanlcular alttntlon DalJ to
conu,nm.nls of Uland uroouce.
T BUMBLUTH A Co.,
l"nmf(A and Plumotr; Itoulert tn
Wwu, Rangt$, Tin,
No. s Nluanv Stiiar Honolvlv
npHB CBRMANIA MARKBT.
Honolvlv, II. I.
Href, fral. Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
Contlaiuly on hand, and of choii.el quality. Purk
bausaxes. Baloaus, etc. alwys on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up In Eastern st) k. Ml orders
fallkfully attended to, and delivered In anr part oT the
clly. Shop on Hotel Street, between Unton and Fort
Streets. IvUm) O. KAUPP, Proprietor.
P H. OEDING,
Kjspross and Drayman.
Preitfht, PacLafea, and Bagsa,. daliverfcl to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
Lnilon paid to enovina; Furniture, wilh
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE,
Telephone S6l Resident, stl Puuchbo.l street.
Oinc, 16 Kin, Srrect. mfrit
IT HACKPBLD Co.
Q.H.ral C.nnlulta Agents.
Ovum Stmit .Honolvlv
Tin, Copper and M.. Iron Worker,
Here and Mango,
of all kinds. Plumbers' suck ana auule, house furnish'
In, foods, ctiimhliers. lusps, esc
No. I Kaaklwanv Sia.at Honolilv
avainwasaai.r eiisaj r.are.a'
Wtttok mi tjmtl ommvU m HfllUllty!
All Mts trans thaosfca lelea.li prenuiily altat4a4 to.
rie.. NoiiLltaasT..,..,.. ...onoli.vv, H.I.
im Ann tot Fnnr St"T
11(11111 of all aim and kind, mid to ofdtr, and
framM of all darrlkn cmtlantlf oft hand A!0
Gxali, SK,I! and CurloltU of lh I'atISc, t
T W, IIINOLBY A CO, .
Milnfitttnrrrt llitmna t'tartrt,
IMroariM A Nil tilliii in
And Smolaii' AitUU
tha moti comfit! itock In th kingdom
KlnK itrttt, (nraf Atakta) Honolulu.
M, OAT, JR., ft CO,
Htntione-ri nmt yeita ltenlr$.
Htil Itulihr r Htnmii AU't'V
OArtT Dukk. ., .No. tt MiacitAMt Braitr
KsSJaf''' HdNOtULW, II. I.
- -- -- - ,1 ,,- , ) r -ini-i, f- , ,r 1
OLLtSTER & Co,,
tfhoU$ale nmt Htnll Drug a tit nmt To
No. $;, NuiMMtf Sn.k-RT.1
TTBRKING ft IIUBASH,
U. M. HtaaiNn, I
ue. Ill, AIM. I
InwnHnn Jeirelry Factory,
Kukui Jewelry, and Fin. Diamond Settlnf a Sfjadaliy,
Alt Ktmtm of Jettrtry MntU to Order and
Watchei Carefully lttpaire.1 and Warranted.
tlenernt Engraving, nmt Fnney 3lanurn
sirafiy r.me.iuen, jt n uon
nt Moderate Vrieet.
No. to Hotel. STeirr .. ,
Importer of (Jenerul SSerchandltm from
Franrr, England, Qtrmnny mnd
the Vntted State.
No. j5 (j,mN Strut ,.
Jlfl ANti S8 CALIFORNIA Stvkrt ,Sah Frahciko.
Pirtlcuhr attention paid to filling and thlpptujE 1-
C BREWER & COMPANY,
ttrntrnt Mercnnttlennd Commt$ton Agent
Qurrw SrnrRr, Honolulu.
Officers 1. C. Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors;
Hons. Charles K. Ui.hopanJ II, A, I'. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. 19
Deafer in Chotcenl Herf, Veal, Mutton, Kte.
No. 6 Qukun Strrkt, Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to
Lire Stock furnished to Vessel at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
A W, RICHARDSON & Co
IstrORTIRI ANtl DbALRRI IN
ttoot, Shoe, Furnihng flood, lint,
Cap, Trunk, t'athe,
Perfumery and Soaps, WrJtham Watches,
rine Jewelry, etc,
CuRNrn Fort amp Merchant Strrrt, Honolulu
Jeweler nnd Diamond Setter,
No 60, Nuuahu Strrkt, Honolulu, H
(Opposite Hollistcr it Co.),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
pD C. ROWfc,
lfone and Sign Vainter,
Pak Hakgbr. etc..
No. 107 King Sraisr
T"HEO. H. DAVIBS ft Co.
(Late Tanion, Grkim 8c Co.)
importer and Commilon Merrhant.,
Mold's and the Liverpool Undenrriters.
Itrittsh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company, t
f- B. WILLIAMS,
iMrORTBR AND DlALM IN
KMrrtflssrei of 2ry Derlptlon, Ato
Upholsterer and Manufacturer.
Furniture Warerooms No. tog Fort Street. Work,
shop at old stand on Hotel Street, All orders promptly
attended to. tj
O. HALL A SON.
IMrORTBai AND DCALKM IN
Hardware and tlneral Merchandi,
Cornir op King and Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall . .- . President and Manager
l C Abies... ..... . . .Secretary and Treasurer
George E. Howe .Auditor
Director H. Mav K. O. White. iw
T BWBRS A COOKB,
(Successors to Lrwirs & Di:kson,)
importer and Dealer in Lumber and all
kinds of Building Material.
Fort Street . , Honolulu
CO. HOFPSCHLABGBR ft Co.
importer and Commission Merchants.
Honolvlv Oaiiv, II I.,
PHILLIPS ft Co.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer tn Cloth
ing. Hoot, Shoo, Mat; Men' Fur
nishing) Ooods, JTanry Qood; Kte.
O. II kAAHUMANV STIT . .HONOLULU
J M. OAT A Co.
Sattmaker, lag of mil Deserlptton
mad mmt repaired
Honolulu. . II. I
Loft la A. F Cooke's new fireproof bildlng, foot ot
Nuuami Street. it
Q j. LEVEY A CO.,
Wholesale ami Hetail Orocsrs,
Foar Sraaxr ' .Honoillv
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hao4 and
received regular iv trota curope and America winch
will Be tola at the lowest market rates-
uoorfs delivered to an pan ct the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited arid prompt attention will o
gisea to the same, tu.lT
Auctioneer and Commtetlon Merchant,
Qiikn STaattT, . - HoNoiuLy
TpHOS. O. THRUM,
IsiroTixQ and MaNuracrvaiMQ
tint la nr.
Xew Agent, Printer,
And tauhlishcr ot the Satuboav Peasi
t and .swiA
mtmAtmamT aaiMM, Merchaot street. Deal-
er In Floe butloncry, Boki, Music. Ty aad Fancy
liOMs, ton street, near notei, neooiuiii.
LEGAL CAP PEKfECTlON PAPS,
HODDER'3 LETrCK PADS.
Letter, Cap aad Note Block first quality paper,
Legal Cap, Letter and Note Blocks of ruled
Eaper, ptain Mejao. aaa nosa ,
s. l, ft H. form blocks
lor Bills, btatMneots,
Wash Uam eic
Or Paptsf PUT UP la ANY FORM DU4
At TMOJL 0. TMMVM'M
MtacitaMT Stiiit a ho Fct Site sat St oaja.
DISIIOP ft CO., nanketl
HOHOLULV, HawAIIAW hLANDt
Draw rethan,. em
rilE flANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Ami their eeetitt In
M.Mr 1. N M, ROTHSCHILD k SONJ,
The COMMr.llCIAI. IIANKINOCO,
OK SVDNF.V, LONDON.
TICOMIIKRCIAL IlANKINO CO.,
Or SYDNEY, SYDNEY
The HANKS OF NCW zrAUNDl
TIIF. HANKS OF nRIYISII COLUMMA,
VICTORIA, II. C, AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tmntatl a Central JhtiUng Iluilnm,
COPYRIGHT OF Win. B. QLESON.
Ilaiuiatewhrwd-Jlial on the Klihteenlh fiClh) dav
of SeiUmUr. A. rjTHj, Wm. II. Oleion. of I f Ho,
itueia ijreiaaiiyiiawaii,n iiianoi, in accordaiKe
IQe3cli6rr ifA 7nM tttncwirat a learninr In thlt
KInrdorn, by leCurinf Ihe copW
toi i.narii ana i
Mi use A u 11 6t 1 ana Hrfpreiot 01 such cowes, ap
fminiiinMo(JlHmmUT. a. t , iB. hasd.
unifed In tins OTfT'4, ifw title of his book i "Kncliih
Lwyi ton Hawaiians,"
:L'ifHkt6fjMhl(er;h claims as owner and proprt
T.."rfWilfihiMierofr I h hereunto set my
harTcrsvAdjused the tai of the Interior Department to
be affixed this Eighteenth (tlth) day of September, a.d.
ISB4. C.IIA. KUUL1CK,
Minister of the Interior.
CASTLE A COOKB,
Shipping and Commheton Merchdnt,
No Em KlNoSTPtrfcT .HOMOLULL
tMrORTCKt Atftt DKALEiK IN
AX crttS ftyf
The Hitclicoclc & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & lUldvrin llaitattoru
K. Halsttad. or Waialoa Plantation,
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M, Alexander, IfaiVu, Maui
The Haiku Sugar Company.
1 tie KohaU bugar Company.
Hie Union Insurance LOmnanv of ban Franicsco.
The New Kn gland Life Insurance Company of Ikiston
Tlie Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weston s Patent Cenmiueal Machines.
Tha New York and Honolulu I'xket Line.
'Ihe Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Kir JalJUCa Lk 3WII ewcijyillfU .it-IUlktnC.
WIIlox 1c GiUs Singer Manufacturtnit Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's imi Machines. i"VTt
U. W. UACrAVLANt, M. R. MACrAftLANIL,
Q. W. MACPARLANE ft CO.
Importers, Commltwlou MorrksuiU
and 8fsjEAr Fevctorm.
Fire -proof Uuilding. . .Queen street, Hooolulu.
Kilauca Sogar Co, Kauif,
l"he Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maul,
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii
Honoluna Sugar Co, Hawaii,
Htielo Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huela Sugarllantation. Maul,
Reciprocity Sugir Co., liana,
Makaha bugar Plantation, Oahu,
Ookala Sugar Co Hilo, Hawaii,
Olowalu Sugar Co. MauL
i.... t ct u -u -' ti :.
( UUIV4 llp (XMIlVii WV, ll"Blll
J. Fowler k Co's Si earn Plow and Portable Tramway
Mlrrless, Watson x Co's Sugar Machinery, Gtasgiw
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool ana Honolulu Line of rackets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers.
Sun Fire Insurance Co. of London.
FFICE OF J. E. WISEMAN;
KIREPROOF BRICK BUILDING,
.Vo. lia Merchant Street. Honolulu, II. I.
Tha only roooapiliexl Craaansl Bsutnajas
Aat la tk. Klasdoau.
Read Estate Broker, Life Inauraoca Ag.nt,
Custom Houa. Brok.r. BtnploTmtnt Afent,
Money Broker, Fire Insurance Agent,
And Generad Business Agent.
Rial Estate OarASTueNT Bay and sail Real
Estate la all parts of the Kingdom; Value Real Litate
and property of all kinds; Kent and Lease Houses, Cot
svota. snwissa em.. e. aesj, i,sst.L. fs aiiu.aiafvv, lAtlla
Repairing and Collecting of Rentals; Draw Legal
I'apert oi eicry nature, aearcn I me Kecords, etc, etc
EMftOYMiiT Depaktsiiiit Find employment In
all branches of Industry connected with the Islands.
Gcnrmal DvsiNKsi Mattcks Keep Books and
Accounts; Collect Bills; Loan and Invest Money; Pen-
IIaeliMtl', V.Uf,lirill(r, W1U Ml HIIIUS U Vfl " UUDIi
Procuie Fire and Liie Insurance; Advcnicmcnts ana
uonesponaence attended to.
Clitou Hot SB IlaoifKi Attend to all Entrir
through power of attorney and otherwise. Merchants
will hnd this department a special benent to them as I
attend to the delivery of Invoices complete.
Soliciting Agist for the Mutual Life Insurant
Coin Dan v of New Vurk. the Larceu. erandtm and
soundest insurance ixtmpany tn tha world.
Touriusanri Travelers, and tho seeking perm'
nent hooies on the Islands, Ul find it to their ad van
tags to consult ne personally or by letter when suitable
accommodations are required, ami ther wdl find U to
their Interest to call on me for general information per.
twining to tha Islands.
Correspondence solicited from abroad and orders
accepted and filled for Hawaiian Curios, Ferns, Coral,
Shells, Lava Specimens, Photos. Views, etc, etc, apper
taining to the Islands.
Orders of every nature attended to, coming from trie
YNO. O. FOWL.BR Co.,
Arc prepared ta furnish J'fataw etrs4 JCeel
sssa for Steel
With or without Con and LocomoctTea, Speclall
ADAPTED 50R SUOAk PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Rail.ays, and Loconwlltes and Cais, Tree
lloa E.njrincs ana Koaa luxoniottree, alum
Ploucruag and CuUWaliog Machloery, Port1
ab! kaglncs for all purposes, Wlndi
Caialoiiies with Illustrations, Models and Photo-
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery may b. seen
at the offices of the undersigned. W. L. OKCEN and
O. W. MACFARLANEACO., Agents rorjuo. row.
ler at Co
Acicv ro th Sv'slv or
ALL PAPLR3 OR MAGAZINES KNOWN TO
Issued to any part of the world. The aim of the no'
dersUoed la all oewi business entrusted lo hue) hu
been promptness In procuring and forwarding orders.
Immediately oo the arrival of malla they are sotted
and distributed to the various subscribers dcstioatlooa.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED AT ANV TIME,
and delivered to any part of the Island, without
Tbe SALE COUNTER is suppked with full dales of
Masters and Mam Franelsxo Weeklte
and latest Man IrancUe Dallies,
By each mail, e ada. .11 th. Pcj0dar. Mafulnet.
TJe-e. . tUMl'M,
s. UucauNT Sr, (ChspUITs Bkek.)
1UTRS THOMAS LACK,
IMfOtTI A WD DIAUt Irf
t'nrt, Attnrhmentt, Oil nmt AktI,
Ar.tHT ton tHtt
WHirt and the LtcHf.RuwnlHO Ntw Homi MuUne,
Howard's Machine Keedlee, alt kinds
Cortktirs 511k, In ell color I an4 iLiee J
lUrUwr't Ltnen Thread,
Clark's O, N T. Machine Cotton.
sfmi, DtmottiCt HtthhU Cut Patr Pattern
A WD fUaLtCATIOWS
Dealer in Hi r lis,
Ouhi ar 5 roan mo Ooom,
Hhjt, I'owdsi, Caps,
ami MitAiuc Cahtiilom
KKttOHENK MTOVKM, in nil s4ma,
5wln'Miiln, IxkIc and OnrvKepatitnf prftAis;
Importer and Dealer in
Chandeliers. LimM. Pendants. Bracket
-l I.L.U. tC.J- 1 .,-..!-. UJUd
and Police Lanterns t Nurse. Pockei. aoJ
Table Lamps J Globes, Ch'mweya, 9LAmVMt,
Lamp IfolJers fur sewing saachtaea.
STOVES AND RANOES-Uncle Urn, Btk
Patent, Richmond, " Ka Mol," Pen, OscJa,
Hawaii Alolia Almada Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANGE-Coottlng capexUy oe ia
FRENCH RANOL-S-Foe restaarants, hoteU, e4
private reslflencas, with or without hot wale
WESTENHOLM'S IXL CUTLERY t
A fine assortment of Table, Desert, aodTae.
Knives and forks ; Carvers and Steel. wUfc
flam and ornamental Ivory bandies J alto
'ocket Knives. Razors, Shear. Buttonhole
and Ladles' Scissors, Bread Knives, genuine)
French Cook Knives, Uatcber ana Rjtcheo
Ladies' Work-stanU Baiket j Ofl.ce, Luncn,
Lanndrvand Market HaJkets
DOORMATS Assorted sues aad patterns.
Rogers R renders' and Mrrlden Plating Works I
Water arxt Cream Pitchers! Table, Deeert,
and 'lea Knives; Forks ana Spoons, Spoaa
Holders, Napkin Rings, Child ws Mug
IlcVIe and Cruet Stinds Butler Bowls,
Fruit Stands, Preserve
AGATE WAR b!
Nicklemoufi!ctl Tea Sets. In part or whole
very neat and desirable; plain Cooking
Utensils In l-ue variety.
STAMPED TIN'WARfc. s
Milk Pans, Pudding and plain Basins, MUk
Uoiters; Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Moalda
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled ami tinned iron, from l plot
Toilet hits. Toilet Stands, Water Coolers
Cake. Cash, and Knife Bones; Spittoons
Cuspidors, Children's Trays.
Platform, Counter, and KitcWo
Molinc Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes. Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoc llaadlee.
Plow Handlea and Beams.
ICE CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS Three siiei,
tft and 9-tnch cut, an A I article.
s arranted best grades New York standard
and carUlied, M. H, '. tti, , Inch
lose, noiilcs and sprinklers, 4c.
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS' MATERIAL
bheel Lead, a to 14 lbs. square foot ; Soil Ptp
lead and cast iron; Water Closets, Case
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
a to 60 01.; Hose Bibbs. Rosin: Slake.
black and enameled ditto Washstaads ;
Soft Solder, our on make.
GALVANIZED IRON IPE U to s Inch ; elbows
T reducers, plugs, bushing.
PIPE VICES, take to 3 inch pipe ; stock and dies,
cuts X to 3 inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest variety io market, peuotcd
bright, an 1 brass wire.
BABY CARRIAGES, Boys' Wheelbarrows and Oo
HaUsjuitlyelebrated Fire and Burglar proof
Safes. W keen In stock tha !axsreet I
meot of Safes to be found west ofualifornia.
Cuts mailed upon application.
GELETTS ICE MACHINES;
Just the thing for use on plantation wises
steam Is available. Small sua make ts Iba.
let In four hours ; second slie, 70 Ibe, la atvea
hours. Cuts, with full direction for srorklag,
mailed lo your address on application. W
are auihoriied 10, deliver that auehiaaa
alongside at makers prices, adding only cat
ot packing-cases and freights.
CUSTOM WORK of all kinds in tin, copper, aad
sheet iron working atteaded to. Weekehof
over store. Work executed by cosayetasa
workmen at reasonable pneaa.
BEAVER BLOCK, FORT STREET,
Nimble sixpence better than a slow sruUlag aad
t"" M.w , '
tiurs s rwnuc.1 imw .
OQUARE TO A CENT.
rife mkahos or ovn icciF
We do business oo strict pttaclpUa-
have only t loa euwcemtisg M 4 aeejrtt
TUK FKBCKXTAOMS OXLT IM ADBMB
TO THK COST OF THK QOODM.
Wo .ever deviate rroea the aeit. rUed omtm(,
til circumstance We esuar gull
with selHatl prtcej la plalsl regale.
W. never eslsr epc.aeasl w tamce.l tk lataH.
of any artlcJ. oCwad iar wjas.
Weenchange goods cheerfcslly amd reievtj
eaoaey wlleus.1 wtsea susthea to msM ear
"A child of live years can buy M cheaa aa a see ef
esptiienc..' is faithfully Uluttrated.
Make no mlualie I See the name f
. COHM CO.,
TIUPLB OP FASHION.
4l and Fwt Sireej,
BILLS RECEIVABLE add PAYABLE BOOKS
aai t Money Hscslpis, Mktffsmtt Mttltsft;
Order Book; Mtkeel amrala,
Plantatioa Time Boohs, Package ReceefU, MeVev Ol
der BUnha, Ac, , ccesetaatlw eel leamt, a
SfclaJ Fcjcm lte ttp U Of a SbSet Mejeme)
AI TMOU. (I, TMMVM'M
UamtkiAxr Steuv ao Ion traiat SToaam.