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Volume v, Number i i.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 15, 1884.
Whole Number 220.
hvsmiusk a sit .111 a von:
At Applied lo Thinking Tiro Opinions.
A well-known American writer pub
lished a book some years ago to sustain
a pica for sunshine in literature. He
held the view, as we remember it, that
the bright, the stimulating, and inspiring
should be made, so far as it can be
made, within the limits of truth, to fur
nish the dominant'notc of a writer. An
author has no right, in other words ,to
magnify darkness and discouragement.
If he believes with Schopenhauer, that
the present world is the worst possible
world, or, with Leopardi, that it is a
world of certain disappointment to
happy issues, there is all the more rea
son for pinking the best of a bad situa
tion, and turning to good account such
mitigation? of the human lot as offer
themselves by the way. There is a
great deal of literature, however, in
modern limes that discards this sensible
view, and makes the worst of things.
Many reasons may be urged to explain
this manifdstation, but one only seems
As civilization has gone on for the
past three hundred years, the evils of
bad government and distressing social
conditions have been either wholly re
moved or cliC greatly mitigated.
.Human happiness has been visibly in
creased; punishment has diminished its
former rigors; and pity for misfortune,
and charity for the criminal classes,
even, have become the controlling and
almost distinctive factors in all human
administration. As a parallel tendency
a paitly causative one, we might say
the senses and emotions in this age
have been made refined and delicate
to such n degree that human capacity
for pain, as well as for pleasure, is itself
what it never was bcfoie. To a sensi
tive mind, theiefore, puzzled with the
inscrutable and beating in vain against
the set limits to human knowledge,
there comes, at times, a burden almost
too great to be grappled with. And
this deeper sense of the unknowable
and the unsolvable, working upon cer
tain temperaments of the highest sus
ceptibility, turns the minds so tortured
into channels of pessimism and despair.
We see this in Turgeneff most dis
tinctly, perhaps, and he has elevated a
certain fashion of it almost into a cult,
with its school of adherents and imita
tors. It has tinctured the work of
Henry James; iflies like a deep shadow
upon the novels of George Eliot; and
it even tinges with a pathetic tender
ness nearly -all the poetry, and a large
part of the prose of Matthew Arnold.
Arnold's delight in Obcrmann sprang
from his active sympathy with this feel
ing; but in both these writers, it is not
unsufluscd with a glimmer, at least, of
faith. There are those who see, or
think they sec, that this pessimistic ten
dency is a mere transitory phase of men
tal weariness as it undoubtedly is
and who think the pendulum, in time,
will swing the other way, and bring hh
it the note of joy and hope. The human
mind has had to live longer, counting
. time by depth of experiences, in the
three last centuries of human evolution
than in the thousand years preceding
them. When it has had time for relax
ation it will return to its normal health.
For, certainly, whatever philosophy we
take, life was not made for despair or
for folded bands. And what we ask of
the writer and artist is, to tell us how
we may make it serene and happy.
Emerson's attitude here was specially
tanitive and tonic. Its contrast even
with Carlyle's, in that respect, shows
greatly to its advantage. No one can
read a page of Emerson without being
braced and uplifted by it What Plato
and Homer were, he tells us, we can be.
What they thought we may think. The
doorways of all possibilities stand open
wherever he (Mints. If he looks out to
Nature, he says, wc need not borrow
inspiration of others ; we may also have
our own. When lie sees the sky and
landscape beckoning to him in bright
nets, he exclaims: "Ghe me health
and a day, and I will make the pomp
of emperors ridiculous." "The grandeur
of our life," he says, "exists in spite of
u." His doctrine is that "a low, hope
less spirit puts out the eyes" and that
"scepticism is slow suicide." In an
other place still he condemns the dys
peptic, and will not have the fine morn
ing air polluted by his complaints. It
is not possible to escape evil; it is pos-
J tible to see it and to feel it without hav
ing it served up for us as a daily de
lectation. We do not like the apotlic
osis of despair in art, either, any more
than we like it in books. That man
who said he would not have Peale'b
once famous "Court of Death" hung
. ,up in his house for Ihe possession of
the picture, and many times its alue
besides, we always thought stiuck the
key-note concerning art in its relations
to daily life.
No great deed is inspired by despon
dency, In cheerfulness lie the roots of
power and achievement. The health
fulness of amusement is born of the
power of joy, If it i a delusion to
build castles in the air, it is one'of the
v delusions in which all healthy minds
indulge. The Alexanders and Napo
, the names which stand for sue-
1 and high endeavor which attain
Wfctttm thwt may tx in an tarthljr
immortality are men who have been
nourished by hope. No book which
does not appeal to this highest spring
of human action and possibility can ex
pect to live long, or be long remem
bered. It is one of the sterling virtues
of Scott's novels that they fall into the
vein of high spirits, and so communi
cate both youth and life.
We have said the emphasis is too
often put upon sorrow and disasters in
our modern treatment of life; and it is
so much so that the old-fashioned love
story, where everything ran smoothly,
or came out blissfully in the tnd, is no
longer to be met with. If we turn to
Ruskin, we find that, in spite of his
faith, his sad views and wailing tone
are constantly uppermost. In Dante
Gabriel Rossetti there is, with all his
compact strength and opulent sweet
ness, a morbid taint. One of the best
and most wholesome of the American
essayists told us the other day that he
could not read Rossetti 's poems with
comfort on account of the bad flavor
with which they are affected. The at'
mospnerc which surrounds them is
slightly sepulchral, or as if they had
been written in a cellar.
In Homer and Shakespeare, the
crcatcst of all, what pulse-beats of
health do we find. They do not skip
the tragedies of life, nor mince them;
but the deep affirmative vigor and the
manly touch put them in their right
perspective and place. Shakespeare's
hold on life brines to us a vigorous
perennial grasp. We can fancy that it
is he himself who speaks, when he
makes Caesar say:
" Let me have men about me that ate fat ;
Sleek-headed men and such as sleep o' nights j
Yontl' Cassius ha a lean and hungry look ;
lie thinks too much: such men ate dangerous."
And, as fatness and jollity were com
monly believed to go together, he must
have had a hearty human sympathy,
too, with Fallstaff.
"Sit not upon graves," said Mohamet;
"nor say your prayers fronting them."
The "Gedcnke leben," of Goethe, re
peats a similar admonition. If those
who write, or paint, or speak to us
from their experience or thought, have
no wholesome word to offer, it would
be better, often, if not alwavs. to be
suent. uoetiie said: "Uive me your
affirmations; I have doubts enough of
my own" and the modern pessimist
would do well to remember this.
The phrenologists.used to ascribe to
temperament great weight in their bal
ancing of character. Though other
traits may be equal, temperament mod
ifies them all. Perhaps we may con
sider temperament as the spirit of the
mind, which takes on a great variety
of expression. An old and whimsical
quatrain gave the sense of mental
diversity in this way :
".Many men of many minds,
.Many birds of many kinds.
Many fishes in the sea,
Many men who don't agree."
Among the many contrasts which we
meet with in the sphere of mental
activity, let us look for a moment
though we leave behind so much that
it would be profitable to pursue--to the
difference between the impulsive and
the sober-minded person. The man of
quick impulse is ready at once, in case
of need, with his panacea or his per
formance. He has his opinion at the
end ot ins tongue, on all occasions,
and will give it to you with the greatest
fluency. It seems as if he spoke and
acted without thought sometimes; but,
if he proves to be right, it will often
seem as if he were favored by inspira
tion. But it is important, above all
things, that impulsive persons should
have in the background a mental
potency that is indisputable, even though
its action has been so swift as to elude
the ordinary perception. There may
be a logicjfsome sort in what we con
veniently term "instinctive action," in
spite of our, inability to see orto follow its
course; but to have quick impulse,
with foolishness in the rear, must only
lead to misfortune. An inspire idiot
would not be a refreshing or edifying
Celerity of mental action when hap
pily exhibited as by the orator in his
speech, or by the general in an un
expected piece of strategy miy evoke,
to be sure, our admiration; but, on
habitual lines, or in the long run of oo
currences not exceptional, sobriety of
mind most impresses us. It has the
air of thoughtfulness and reserve. It
seems judicial. It confers dignity. It
commands res;ect. Notice your silent
neighbor who speaks rarely and with
deliberation ; who parts with his utter
ance slowly, as if it were oracular and
had a far off original, and you will feel
a sense of impressivenes that you can
not explain. These words, you say,
are not pennies of thought, which may
be' scattered with profusion, but the
gold which is dispensed with reluc
tance and care. It may not be true
that the sober-minded person is always
wise nor would the converge rule be
safe to act upon; et we are apt to con
nect a flippantly delivered discourse
with superficiality ; and to a moderate
manner we assigirdepth and weight.
In tha Britiah Parliaaunt bo Tory
speaker would dare to be fluent. The
very habit of contemplative slowness
of halting and drawling is the badge of
correct and conservative thought with
the orator who clings to old traditions,
and to state and church as they arc.
A fluent, impulsive speaker in the
ilritish House of Lords would be an
anomaly, for he would be termed a
democrat or a revolutionist. He would
need to be watched. When he arose
to speak the very pillars of state would
seem to the Tory mind to be in danger,
and would call for additional props.
It is true a later fashion has modified
this feelini: somewhat. The career of
John Bright in the commons and on
the hustings, has had its effect to secure
toleration for a style which once was
received only with contempt. Hut the
distinction is still preserved. Ifasjicakcr
talks easily and with impulse, he is
counted a radical ; if he halts and stam
mers, as iff in a profound meditation,
he has the past at his back he is sober
minded and respectable. But it is an
evidence of the rapid growth of new-
thoughts, in quarters where the moss
and rust of time and tradition cling, to
note that, when a bright American
speaker expresses himself now with fer
vency and quick spirit in England, he
is never without a large constituency
of admirers. The applause which James
Russcl Lowell's post-prandial perfor
mances invariably elicit, and that which
Charles Eliot Norton has recently
drawn forth, across the water, have
helped to puncture the notion some
what, that solemnity and slowness fur
nish the key to oratory.
But to return to sobriety of mind
and to its badge slowness and de
liberationwe might as well say that,
for the majority, these attributes are of
service. To the mediocre mind and
the majority is not above mediocrity
the appearance of a pause or halt is a
presumption of wisdom. It makes an
ordinary remark more dignified and
sedate. It was not bad advice in the
father who told his son who was greatly
bereaved in respect to his mental equip
ment, and who was going out to a party
where every one present would be his
superior, to " say nothing, my son, and
they will not find out you are a fcol."
It is true he took the hyperbolic'advice
too literally, and not cum grano salt's,
and they found his deficiency out.
But it was good advice if its subject
had only had sufficient imagination to
interpret the command. The 'Philadel
phia North American.
Charles Summer's old house in
Washington is now a hotel " " annex";
Edward Everett's is occupied by a war
department office; and'so is the house
in which Seward was nearly murdered
at the time of Lincoln's assassination;
Chase's " Edgewood" stands empty ;
Stanton's and Hamilton Fish's houses
are boarding-houses now; and Daniel
Webster's former residence has been
converted into a beer saloon.
"It's no use trying to make a Christ
ian of an Indian. It can't be done.
Now, here is Lola Scott, the converted
Creek, He says that fifty years ago he
used to paint himself up, and indulge
in war-dances, and go out on the war
path, and scalp pale-faces and other
hostiles, and to all intents and purposes,
a bold, bad Indian, be the same more
or less. Then he was converted, ioined
the church, took off his war-paint and
feathers, buried . the tomahawk ; and
what has he done since ? Sold three
hundred sewing-machince, and keeps
on selling them 1 Give him back his
bonarrers again. " Funny ?
The cxrEmpress Eugenie, though
somewhat altered in appearance, by her
siivcicu iiair, is Mm vclJ'ueaeUUIUL-ne
has made herself quit popjuiVr a&fjty'
dcrshot Her FarnbdrcrivtiJtatBs
conveniently near the souihenicampr
and she has not only takcpan interest!
in the regimental buildings,, and de
voted oin e time to their inspection,
with General Sir Linton Simmons as
her guide, but has also been at the rail
way stations to see off regiments which
were ordered on foreign service. The
compliment has been highly appreciated,
and she will doubtless remember with
pleasure the hearty cheers which
The widow of the famous naturalist,
Claude Bernard, has a peculiar weak
ness for giving a home to stray and
sick dogs and cats. At her house at
llois-Bolombes, -near Paris, she has
collected oVer forty animals of each
kind, and their perpetual noise greatly
disturbed the neighbors. They have
often made complaints against her to
the uiayor,and finally brought an action
against hn which resulted recently in
her being condemned to pay a fine of
two francs and to leae her "home"
for dogs and cats closed by the police.
It appears that her mania for taking
care of cats ani dogs sprung up from
her husband's strong vivisection procliv
ities. They quarrelled oer them and
separated, M. Claude Bernard contin
uing to experiment upon ever)' stray
cat he could lay his hand on, Mme.
Claude Bernard made it a point to pro
vide a comfortable home for as many
anlaali u ker hutbaad waa dcttroyiof.
OMITH A THURSTON,
I Wi O. Smith,
t L A. 1
Attorney, at Jlir,
No. 38 MiaTMAHT 5rftatT.
ILL. AM O. SMITH A Co.,
JL. A. Thurston, I
4 w. u. s
toch ft mi Ileal Ratals Itroker,
No 4 ft Merchant Street ..Honolilu
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other Cor
potation Stocks, Bund and timitar Securities
Bought and Sold on Commission,
Money leaned ort Stock Securities.
C B. DOLE,
Counxclar at taw and Xatary Public,
Conner Fort and Mutuant Streets, Honoulu
XlT R. CASTLE,
Attnrney tt Law and Salary Public.
Attends all the Court of the Kingdom. I
Attorney mud Caunaetor at Late,
60 Fort Street,,
ALBERT C. SMITH,
Agent to ttthe Acknowledgement to
Office With A. S. Hartwell, over the Dank.
T"RS. CUMM1NGS & MARTIN
Surgeone and lloma'pathte Phtletant,
OrricK cornkr Fort and Dkkktania Sti..
Office HouraUntiloA. m. , and front i-t and 6:30-1 r.ht.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
Vhyilctan and Attrgnon.
Honolulu. ........... ,.. II. I
TELvr-HONE Number .49.
Office hourt from I'A to 10 a. m.; i to j)- p. in.
Office and Residence, No. 7 Kukui street, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
lientat Jtonm an Fort Strctt
Honolulu !!. I
Office in Brewer't Block, corner Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street,.
-IITILHAM B. MCALLISTER.
FRkMANEVTLY LOCATED IN HONOLULU.
Office, comer of Fort and Hotel street, over Treg loan's
reticular attention dak. to restoration cold filline.
Relying on good work at reasonable charge to gam
tne connaence 01 tne public 155 on
EO. L. BABCOCK,
(lath or Oakland)
Teacher of the Piano-Forte. Address, I A' CAN & CO.
Residence No. to Emma street. t$5tv
CD. HOFFSCHLABGER ft Co.
Importer and Coinmllon Merchant.
Honolulu Oahu. H I.,
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer and Whotenato Dealer in Cloth'
iff. Hoot, Shoe, Hat, Men's Fur
nUhhtff Good, ic( Good, Kte,
Kaahumanu Street.,.., ..Honolulu
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
W7iolcat and Itetall Grocerm,
Fort Street..., .......... ...... .....Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions o( all kinds on hand and
received reKUiany irom turope and America vhicn
wilt be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to am Dart cf the citv free of charce.
(stand orders solicited and prompt attention will !
Riven 10 ute same. ii.iy
T? P, ADAMS.
Auctioneer and Commtton Merchant
Queen Street, . ... Honoiulu
T-HOS. G. THRUM,
Im-or ting and Manuvactuhino
Utatlonfr, Xete Agent, Printer, Hook
And publisher of the Saturday Press, and Jf await'-
anAhnaiuu mnd Annual, Merchant' street. Deal
er in Fine Stationery, Books, Music. Toys and rancy
GooJs, Fort street, near Hotel. Honolulu.
r C. COLEMAN,
Hlackemlth, Maehtnlt, Carriage Work
Honolulu ..,,..,., ,... . H.I
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on Kin Street
next to Castle & Cooke's. tjyiyr
TOHN H. PATY,
Notary Public and Contmiston Deed,
For the States of California And New Vtxk. Office
at the Hank of Bishop Co.
Honoiulu, Oahu, H.I.
TNO, A. HASSINGER,
to take Acknowledgment to Con
tract for Labor,
Interior OrritK.. ...Honolulu
Carpenter and Builder.
All kinds of Inbblnc wotmxlv attended to.
Telephone No. 130, Williamson's Express Oflica.
Shop, No, 84 Kinq Street...., Honoiul
ONC LEONG Co,
Agent or Moanul Hugnr, faJama Hie
AnJ Katlua Rice Plantation and Mill.
Nuvaxv Smear... ,, ...Coaxia Maiim
JOHN T. WATBRHOUSH,
Importer mnd Dealer I'm Mrn.real Jf.r
chandhr. QctST"r Honolulu
Dialer In Choice! Hff, Veal, Mutton, Ktc.
No. 6 Quiin Siaaar, Flan MAaic.r.
Family anj Shipping order, caredtly altaadcd to.
Uve Stuck furnulied to Veaael at abort notice.
Vegetable of.lt kind, supplied lo order.
A W. RICHARDSON ft C.
lilroaTtai AMU D.Alea. IN
Uoolt, Mhut; irurnltAfng Un.li, lluf,
Cap, Trunk, Vail,
Perfumery and Soapt, WUlham Walchea.
I'm. Jewelry, etc,
Cuavn Poar akd alaacHAHr raaara, Ho.olviv
Jeireter and DmrntHd HetUr,
N060, ......Nuuanv St.ur, lioxoilLl-, II.
(OppoMte IIoUImu a Co.),
Particular atlentloa paid to repairing;
T BWBRS et COOKK.
(SticcaaaoM to Lawaal it Oi:kw,)
Importtr. mmt Dealer, la .oaauWr aa4 atM
kttKt. tf aleta MmtrUU
WX ttUCT !.... MM.
GAHVEXTEU AXI) ItVIIiItEIt.
TELEPHONE, NO. j4.
H Indinllt erected and ltepalred. .
BY THE DAY
IN ANY PART OF TUB
.ronnixn riionrri.r a tthsdeo to.
Shop at my residence), Walklkl road,
near Snnnjr South."
Town order majr be left it the office of
A. F. COOKE,
111. 1 vr
TT ERRING & HUDAS1I,
J, M. HrimiHO,)
(Jot. llrmH. f
Hawaiian Jeterlry factory,
Kukri Jewelry, and Fine Diamond Setting a Specialty,
.11 KlnH of ,teieetry Unite to Onler flfirl
Watehe Cartful!)' Repaired and Warranted.
General r.ngravtng,and Fancy Monogram
.lrnrrrf rrrcnien. .err Mtene
lo Mom. Stkekt.i
Importer of tlenerat Merehandlte from
Vranfe, Kngland, Germany and
the United Statet.
No. 5! Quae SraititT , . .Honolil
i6 and i8 California Street.. ..Sak Francisco.
Panleulv attention oald to fillintf and ihtontn U.
land orders. 1
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
ttenerttl Mercantile and Commtio?i Agent
Qurkn Strert, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones. Jr., president and manager
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary, Directors;
lions. Charles R, Hishopand H. A. P. Carter; Henry
May, auditor, 110
T M. OAT, JR., ft CO,
Stationer and Sew Dealer.
Red Hnbber Stamp Agency
OAZSTra IlLOCK ...No. 5 MaactlANT StkciT
toj HoNOLVLir, H. 1.
0LL1STER & Co.,
lt'tolvate and Hetall Uruaaiti mnd To
No. jo, Nuuanu Sti est , Honolulu
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery and Feed Store
Con, Kino and Fokt Sts... .......Honolulu
Hoot and Shoemaker.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. ti4 Fokt St., onus it if Pantheon Stablw.
TTOPP St CO.,
74...- Kino Strprt
Ujtholterer, Draper and Dealer In ail
kind of Furniture
Telephone No. 143.
Watchmaker, Jeweler, Kngraver, and
No. tu Port Stkeet Honolulu
All orders faithfuUy executed. 3s
Heater in DryGooda, Htce, Tea, SUk and
Fancy Good, Hate, Boot and
Shoe Bran, Feed and Fliur,
Cigar and Tobacco.
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, h.wa, and Heeu.
Nuuanu and Cham.ain Srt ..Honolulu
O M. CARTER,
Aaent to take Acknowledgment to Con
tract to Labor.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island is
" IfiAfMaxJ saMa-fl CnAn.mm1tnm tit Tjlh
A nd A gent to take Acknowledgement,
o. it Kaahuksanu
S-t B. WILLIAMS,
InroRTEi and Dealer in
Furniture of Kvery Detcrlptton Alto
Upholsterer and Manufacturer,
Furniture Waieroums No. 109 Fort Street, Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to, 13
Pioneer Steam Candy Manufactory and
Practical Confectij&er, Pastry Cook and EUler,
Number 71 Hotel meet, between Fort and Nuuanu
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hteam Kngln, Motlr., Sugar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, Brat, and load Cattlngt,
HoaoLVLU.. , 1 ,, H.I
MachiMry of .very detcripiion mad. to order,
Particular attention bald to Shin'a Ulackamlthlna.
job work cacculed on the thortcst notice. 10
W. PEIRCE Co.
Chandler mnd Commlteien
Homululu, Hawaiian Islands.
Avanta for Brand's Guns and Baiab Lancaa and Pi
17 Davis Pain KUIcr,
T U. OAT Co.
Hailmaker, Flag alt Description
made and repaired.
. n s
LoAU A. K. CooU't tm jJ9i( building, foot ol
ptuujsnu Mrce.. V&7Mm
T?D C ROWb. A I
House and V '
Na io Kiwa Steiet , ,
nPHBO. H, DAV1BS C.
(Lata Janiom, Cheem k Co )
importers and Commission Merchant.
v AOfNTI ft)
Livyd's End the LirerpoU Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marbe lnsuiance Coinpany, and
N ott hern Auursnc ConpAuy. f
A U SMITH,
Importer and Dialer In Ulmnwart,
Mtrlden MUttr-rimttd War.,
No. n r'oaT biaaiT. ....... (..HoHoivtu
Ktuf. CinUnallofi Spucl.. and Cytawn,
Liutral Win Ware, Fancy suae, Plcmre Frame, tha
tola, Wottenholm'i Potktt CutlwT, Po.dw, jkaval and
Amatttaition, CUrk. Spool CeHtuu, MaUun. OU, all
kind, of Harbin. Needlea, "Dom.uk." Paper FaahkMk
Sole aacol of th. uni.ertally aclmowaMfW Liejii
Runoio Uomaaiic Jrawin Mart!..
fl.ia.ral Ctultilta Agent.
l(Jca IrawT.., HftauuLiv
W. McCHESNEY ft SON,
Leather, tltdet, Talloe and Commlttton
Agepti for Ihe Rojal Soap Company
No. at Quein SravfT .HotOLULV
A LLCN tt ROBINSON,
Meniere In t.nmter and all kind of Untld
Ing Material, I'alntt, Ullt, .Vrilfa, tie,,
Honolulu, II, I.,
AGINTS OP 1CH001BK9
llaleakala, Kulamanu. K.kautuohl, Mary Btl.n,
Ullama, Pauahl and Lealil.
Al RoMmon'i W harf. t
S. GRINBAUM ft Lo.
Importer and tfholeiale Dealer In tlen
Mk 11 lock , . .,-f?Qil'SVr, Honolulu
Farivardtnf' nnd C?omno Merchant,
ti4 CLtwoVnia Sri Sam f hancisco.
Special facjlltkjfor and'wrticwhu attention raid to
const fnmentsofKaml -produce. "
T EMMHLUTH'ft Co,
No. s Nlianu Street. ...,.. .Honolulu
pHB OBRMANIA MA1.A.&T.
Honolulu, H. 1.
Hf9 Veal, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality. Pork
Sausaces, Bolognas, etc, alwajs on hand. Our meats
ate alt cut and put up in Hasten, style. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivers. In any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
.streets. 40-omi u. kauit, rropncior,
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
tmporiert and Dealer i General JtVr
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
(fO-.MfRL WITH BOLLM & CO.)
ifhotetatm and Retail Grocer,
tit, Kino Street. .Under Harmony Hall.
. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed.
Telephone No. 119. I75i
Attorney at Law and Sotiettorln Chancery,
Practices to the Courts, and prepares Deeds, Wills,
Mortgages, Ideates, Contracts, Agreements, etc., and
negotiates Mcneytd Leant, etc.
Honolulu H. 1.
OrKKF Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
J YONS ft LEVEY,
Atwtlvtteer and Cvmtnlealon Merchant,
Hkavek Block, Queen Stkkst, Honolulu.
Scales of Furniture, Stock, Heal Estate and General
Merchandise promptly Attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise. I J. Lyons,
iiS-yr lUj. !.ev.
THBWSSTBKNAND 'HAWAIIAN IN
vesttnent Company (limited)
Money.loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Office lar Block, Fort St. Manager.
T W GIRVIN,
Cammllon Merchant and General Dealer
In Dry Goods,
Wailuku, Maui .. . ..... H. 1
Groceries, Hard Mare, Stationery. Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. t
P A. SCHAEPER oX Cd
Importer and Comtntlon Merchants,
Mbhcjmnt Street. ......,. ... Honolulu
r YCAN & CO.,
Importer and Dealers in all kinds of
Musie Goods, Fancy Goods,
Japanete Goods "
Nos. 105 and 107 Fort Strebt. .
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror PUtes, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cut
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandts.
No. 37 Fokt Stkeet ,, '..Honolulu
Tin, Copper mnd Sheet Iron Worker,
Htosos mnd Ranges,
(Sail kinds. Plumber' stock and metals, house furnish
inf (ooas, ciunaeiiers, lamps, etc.
No. S Kaahumanu Street. .Honolulu
eTsifcAmeiVr and Jeweler,
Watok rpeUrUs mmUU m Upimlitf
All orders from the othei Islands promptly attended te.
No. 55, Hotel Stbkict. s..Honoluiu. ILL
les and 104 Foet Steset,
Pictures of all sires and Mods made te order, and
frame of all descriptions constantly on hand. Also
Corals, Shells aad Curiosities of Ue Pacific. , 1
T W. HINGLBY CO,
' Manfacturers of Havana Cigars,
lUrOETKES AND DEALKES M
And Smokers' Aiiuiesi
The mM complete stock U the klngdons.
King street, (near AUkca) Honolulu.
Krprt. HHtl Dntymmn,
Frelf la. Packacea, and Baggag. delivarad 10 and from
ail part of Honolulu and .icinlty,' Careful !
lentlou paid to pto.inx FuruMHa, with 'i,,
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR TIE . PURPOSE
Telethon. 14 i K.alderKt l)J PaiWwl ateeat, ",
OrSce. M Kin, Street. A SJ loo-l
Mrt" .".1 .
O. HALL SON
y IC- "A""""!
luroaraa and uautcu x t
Untupar eaatil r3.aiaaf MrAamHm .
Co.Hia or Kixo ami Foar braaat, Howonty
WillUm W, Hail . .Pretideal and Manager
U C Atlca, . iSecr.laryaadTre.lur.r
W. P. AUeo. . .., AuJuoc
Direaora-Tboua. al.v F. O, WKlce. ita
D W, LAINB,
Inrulert and dealer! in Hay and GtaUend Ceaerat
IIOXOLllV, , ... ,, ., .... .H, I.
M EATBST JOB PRINTING
4 aaeaaialMwdataiaalaTVtaa.it HaeatSVl
IS110P ft CO., Bankerl
HosoLiiu, Hawaiian Ulanix.
Draw F'Xchange on
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agent in
Meant. N M. ROTHSCHILD SONS,
The COMMERCIAL DANKINO CO.,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON
the COMMERCIAL KANK1N0 CO..
OF SYDNF.Y, SYDNEY.
The UANKS OK NEV ZEALAND:
HIE UANKS OF RRI't'lSlI C0LUM11IA,
VICTORIA, R.C; AND I'ORrLAND, OR.
Transact t Central Bulking Bunnell.
ASTLB & COOKE,
Shipping and Commttan Merchant,
No. Bo Kinu Street ...... ..Honululi
IMrORTRRS AND DtALBRS 1H
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. '
The Alexander & Baldwin Pliitation.
R, Halstead. or Waialua Plantation,
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa. Kauai,
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
Ihe Kohala bugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol ban Franitsco.
The New England Life Insurance Company of Uoiiou
llie UUke Manufacturing Company of Uoston
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Pecket Line.
'Ihe Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Janes & Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox h GihVs Singer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's be wine Machines. ivi
O. W. MACrARLANB, II. R. M AC r AULA I.E.
Q. W. MACPARLANB & CO.
Itnportesr, CommUston Mesrclmnte.
and Sugar Factor.
f Ire proof Building .Queen street, Honolulu,
Ktbiuea SuparCo. Kauai.
'Ihe Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui,
rk c c tii.-.:A.. II. u ...
1 t; jpirifvrr augi 1 iiiiiiui ainn.ii,
Honohma Sugar Co, Hawaii,
II ad j Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar Co., Hana,
Makaha buiar Plantation. Oahu.
Ookala Sugar Co Hilo, Hawaii,
Olowalu Sugar Co. Maul, r
Puutoa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Go's Steam Plow and Portable Traiina)
.Mlrrless. Watson Co's Stiff as Machinery. OUiiO'
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool ana uonoium Line 01 rackets,
Ixndon and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
bun Fire Insurance Co. of London.
FFICE OF J.
FIRU-PKOOF URICK llUILDINO,
.Vo. JH Merchant Street, llontdulu, II. .
Th only reoocnisclOenrRlBas.lntsa
Acat In th Kingdom.
Real Estate Broker, Life Insurance Agcut,
Custom House Broker, Employ mtnt Agent,
Money Broker, Fire Insurance- Agent,
And General Business Agent.
Heal Estate DitrARTMENT Buy and sell Real
Instate In all parts of the Kingdom; aIu Real Estate
and property of all kinds; Kent and Lease Houses. Cot
tages. Rooms and Land; Attend to Insurance, Taxes.
Kepauine and Collecting of Rentals; Draw Legal
Papers of every nature. Search Title Records, etc, etc.
Emfloyment DerAKTMBisT Find eniploment in
all branches of industry connected with the Islands.
General Business Matteei Keep Hooks and
Accounts: Collect Bills: Loan and Invest Monav: Pen.
manship, Engrossing and all kinds of Copying done:
Procuie Fire and Lite Insurance; Advertisements and
Correspondence attended to.
PuiTliU IfnllXE ilainafBaf.sAlta.nat In all Pnlrtmt.
through power of attorney and otherwise. Merchants
will find this department a special beotfit to them as I
attend to the delivery of invokes complete.
Soliciting Aoent for the Mutual Life lnim-ancr
Company of New York, the largest, grandest and
sounlcst Insurance Company in the world.
Tourists and Travelers, and those seeking pcrnm
nant homea on the Islands, will find It to their adiar
tage to consult ne personally or by letter when suitable
accommodations arc required, and they will find it to
their interest 10 call on me for general information per
Correspondence solicited from abroad and orders
accepted and filled for Hawaiian Curios, Ferns, Coral,
Shells. Lava bDccimena. Photos. Views, eic. etc. aooar
taming to the Islands.
uraers 01 every nature attended to, coming irom the
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
SVE4M PLANING MILLS
alaunaclura all kind, eat
ad all Unda ttt wood-work finlth.
Teaarmlagj, MraU, auul Wad aawtagj.
All kW. el PLuab, and sVawlng. llwtlng, and Tn,
pRDCKSa PROMPTLV ATTCNUEO TO AND
K WORK OUARANIEEU
ler. from tbe other luandl aolvcili 106-0.1
HB OBNUINI ARTICLB.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
aWUiew. 1ISS OaUk.
Jmi rccedved froa. PutUnd, Oregon, ky
CASTLE a COOKE'
Tata. Pa au k fIM
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street, If onolnln,
turoftTBR AND dkalfr 1
Par, Attnrhmeiitt, Oil and Afeentorle.
AGPNT FOR THE
White adtho Light-Hun. no New Home Machine,
Howard's .Machine Needles, all kind
Cortlcell'i Silk, In fttl colors and sites :
Harbour's Linen Iliread,
Uatk's O. N. r. Machine Cotton
Mmt, Dtmetnft RttiaMt Cut VVr Patttrn
and rum .cations
Dealer tn Riplm,
Glns aird SroRtiNO Good,
Shot, Powder, Cam,
And Metallic Cartridge
KKllOSKXr. STOVUS, tttaltilwe.
Stwtng-Machlne, Lock and GunRtpmng promptly
Importer and Dealer In
Chandeliers, Lamps, Pendants, Bracket Lamps,
O Tubular, Side Tubular, llotling-bouM.
and Police Lanterns; Nurse, Pocket, and
Table Lamtsl Globes, Chimneys, Reflectors,
Lamp Holders for sewing-machines.
STOVES AND RANGES Uncle Sam, Buck's
Patent, Richmond, "Ka Mol," Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flora.
Cooking capacity or im
FRENCH RANGES For restaurants, hotels, and
private residences, with or without hot water
WESTLNHOLM'S IXL CUTLERY.
A fine assortment of Table, Desert, and Te
Knives and Forks j Carvers and Steels, with
plain and ornamental ivory bandies ; also
Pocket Knives, Razors, Shears. Button hole
and Ladies' Scissors, Bread Knives, genuine
French Cook Knives, Butcher ami Kitchen
Ladies' Wot k stand H-isket; Office, Lundi,
Laundry and Matket Baskets.
DOORMATS Assorted sires and patterns
Ropers Brothers' and Menden Hating Works j
Uater and Cteatn Pitchers: 1 able, Deitrf,
and TeaKnues; Forks and Spoons, Spooa
Holders, Napkin Rings, Children's Mugs
Ptckle and Cruet Stands. Butter Bowls,
Card Retell ers, Fruit hiandt, Prscrt
Nickle mounted Tea Sets, in part or whole
very neat and desiiable; plain Cooking
Utensils in large vanity
Milk Pans, Pudding and ptal.i Rabins, Milk -
Boilers i Rice, Jelly, nd Ice-cream Moulds
new pant nit m ntew rans.
SAUCEPANS Fnameled and tinned iron, from pint
to 1 gallon.
JAPANNED WARE 1
Toilet Sets, Toilet Stands, Water Coo less
Cake. Ch, and Knife Boxes; Spittoons
Cuspidors, Children's Trays.
'laiform. Counter, and Kitchen
Mohne Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Rakes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handle,
Plow Handles and Beams.
ICC CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN FODDER CUTTERS-Three sires,' J
t, Y4, and a-inch cut, an A t article.
Warranted lest grades New York standard,
and carholUid, Ki H Ki i)i, inch
Hose, noules and sprinklers, &c
PLUMBER AND 1INSMITHS MA1EKIAL
Sheet Lead, to w IM. wunre foot t Soil Pipe
lead and cat iron; Water Closets, Cases
Sheet Tin; sheet Copper, clean and tinned,
11 to 60 02 ; Hose Bibbs, Rosin; Suits,
black and enameled: ditto Washstands ,
Sheet .Zinc ; Soft Solder, our owu make,
GALVANIZED IRON IPE H toe Inch; e)bos
T reducers, plugs, bushl
PIPE VICES, take lo 3 inch pipe; stocks and dies,
cuts H to 3 Inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest varltlj In market, painted
bright, anl brass wire.
BABV CARRIAGES, Bosl Wheelbarrows and Oo
Hall a jtutli .celebrated Fire and UnrgJarf
OAIca. We keen In atock the larueat aautl.
ment of Safe to be found wett oiCalirornla.
Cut mailed upon application.
OELETTS ICE MACllINESi
juit tne llnnz lor uta on plantation whn
fleam I available, bnull aire make lalbl.
Ice in four hour aecoml aire, ;o IU. In aev.0
hour. Cull, with full direction for working,
inauea to) our auurcti on application. W.
are aulhorlied to U.llver ihet. niaclduea
alonesldt at makers' prices, adding only coe
01 .KuE;Ceiaca ana ireignts.
CUSTOM WORK of alt kinds in tin, etwee, and
sneei'iron wontinz attenuea to. n otaiiop
over store. Work executed by competent
wtarkinen a; reasonable pliers.
BLAVKR BLOCK, rORT STREET.
"Nimble sixpence better thana slow shilling" aud
tAT DONT rORGBT IT, 9 i$o tf
OQUARE TO A CENT.
Tim itKAfos or uvit mccckiu.
W. do buelnei oa atrlct prlnclplen.
hae only a a.d percentage u t proil
TIIK PKItCKSTACIV OSl.V IM ADUKB
to nits coar or TIIK (1 OO DM.
W. ntv.r deylat. from the price fta.d uuder
any cltcumilance. We uiarat ail good,
with .elllng pile. In plain tgurea
W. never rulirrpreai-nt or couceal tbe bull.
of .ay article offered for aale.
W. exchange good clieelfully and i.lur.
money wllllndy wben unabl. to ault or
HA child of fire year, can buy at hap a a man of
eap.ri.nce." 1 faithfully illuallaied.
Male no miatale I See Ihe name of
a. coii.v co.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
61 and ., Fori Street,
NO. O, FOWLER at Co.,
gr.'eti-.jMirexa' tu furnleh Plena and JC.ri
emlre. fur Mtttl
With 01 without Car and Locoaaolixe, SpMteJl
A0A11EDJ0K SUGAR I'LANI Al IONS.
Fetmaseoi Rail. a,, a'al refMnt and cars liaj
two tngia ami Klntd Locui.oii.ea, Sla.u
Ploughing uA Cultivating Machinei', Pun
aMc knginet for all purpoaet, Wlndulg
LniiAC lor incline
Caialogoe wub llluau.llonl, Model and Photo.
repaa 01 in. a iiie runt and alacr.La.rr ma'
M Ibe oMom oflbe tukleraianad. W. L. ORL
WMACrAkLANIlTCO., Aa.au k,J. Fo-