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Volume v, Number 12.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 22, 1884.
Whole Number 221.
A,y ittsToutc uocoatKifT
ni'ort of O, tfilfff, Made In ITono
lulu, February, 37, 143. alluding
to the Vrovl.lonnl Cemlon.
Gtnlltmtn, According to my ori
ginal instructions from the king and
premier; and agreeably with their more
recent order, to me, delivered in per
son; I sit down to give jou a more faith
ful and detailed account of affairs.
Feelings of the most painful and des
ponding character pervade my bosom
while I write you, that the British flag
now waves over all the islands in the
group. Not that I hate old England: not
that if these islands (fostered so long
by the charities of the church and our
sweat and toil) should necessarily sue.
cumb to a foreign power, I would choose
England. No, but my regret is that
the event has been consummated by
means of the oppressions and misrepre
sentations of such men as Messrs. R
Charlton and Alexander Simpson.
Mr. Charlton remained at Mazatlan
bout two weeks, on his way to Eng
land, spending most of his time on
board the Carysfort. His reports were
made to the admiral, who was then ly.
ing at San Dlas, and who, thereupon,
despatched II. U. M's S. Carysfort,
Captain the Rt. Hon. Lord George
Paulet, to enforce the demands, which
he had formed from the representations
of Mr. Charlton. For the documents
relating to these transactions, see en
closure No. 2, containing 12 nos Now
unfortunately lost. Ed.
It is necessary to add, in explanation
of these documents, that we hailed the
arrival of a British ship of war with
pleasure, and, by request of the gov
ernor, I made an early call on board,
where I found M. Dudoit walking the
deck with the captain, and was by him
introduced. I presented him the
compliments of the governor, and wel
comed him to the islands. Lord George
replied, he was sorry he could not re
ceive any of the authorities, owing to
complaints that had been made, and
could show no civilities till they were'
settled. I observed, that, there were
important facts known to me, which I
should be happy to make him ac
quainted with. He replied that, the
government had done wrong in refusing
to acknowledge the consul, and that
until he was acknowledged there would
be no communication with the author
ities except in writing. He had ad
dressed a letter to the governor, which
was on i(s way to the shore, and to
which he expected an immediate
nswer. I said that, had I been aware
of the state of the case, I should not
have called, that there were reasons
enough to justify the rejection of the
acting consul. He replied that, there
could be none. I asked, if no possible
circumstances could justify such a
measure, to which he replied that, he
had heard of none. I insisted that, there
were good reasons and bowed myself
out of the ship. Dudoit soon followed
nd was not saluted, and declared him
self insulted on board. Hooper the
same, and Mr. Pelly, and in fact all the
The Hooikaika being the only gov
ernment vessel in port, and under ob
ligation to go a foreign voyage, was with
difficulty obtained, at a late hour, to go
for the king. She left on the tjth at 9
o'clock A. M.
His Majesty the king arrived on the
17th, was .saluted by the U.S. Ship
Boston, and by the fort, was met on
shore by nearly 300 native troops in
uniform, and by most of the residents.
The king and suite were in full uniform.
They marched to the "Hale Manua
Kilika," and were met immediately by
an officer from the Carysfort bearing a
letter, and the business commenced.
The king answered the communication
immediately. The answer, enclosing the
demand was sent to the king's apartment,
ometimcin thecvening, after the king was
sleep. When he woke, he called for it,
and sent a man to Joseph Booth, who
brought it about midnight, leaving only
8 hours of daylight and only 16 hours
time to deliberate thereon before an
attack was to be made on the
town. Many persons of good judgment
advised the king to let them fire,
but, the usual pacific course prevailed.
The English families went on board
a brig in tre outer harbor, and the
Americans were ready to go to the Bos
ton. As for myself, I knew very well
that the Carjsfort would not wish to
fire, but, I believed their object was to
get possession. I, therefore, joined with
those who advised a compliance with
the demands, under protest.
The salute was exchanged at 2 o'clock
P. M. and the attachment removed
from the property of Mr. Charlton that
On the 20th. the king and premier,
received Alexander Simpson II. B. M't
acting consul, and gave a verbal assent
to his commission. They visited the
Carysfort with the chiefs, mvself a
interpreter, were received with great
attentions, manned jards, a double
salute etc Outward appearances
smooth. The captain aked the king
to deliver up the land to Mr. Charlton,
and the king told them to go and take
it, saying, "I have given my consent'
There appeared a determination to
pwh things to extremity.
The demands were of such a nature
as to render the laws null and void,
having been got up with a detennina
iton to treat them with contempt, and
pay no obedience to them, they now
arc to be broken down. No time could
be allowed to alter the laws, nor any
appeal to be brought 'according to law.
In the regular courts, there are pend
ing trial four cases, two of which should
have immediate attention. L. Maudct,
for the Catholic Church vs. Wm.
French, for a debt due the Church by
Grcenway for $4,835, the other J.
Dudoit vs. Simpson and Skinner for
$3,733. 08, due him by Grcenway.
These persons expect their dues col
lected, Simpson requires the past action
of the courts to be broken up, and how
can they go on in future ? There arc
also other claims which the parties re
fuse to present.
On the 2ist,thckinghad an interview
with Simpson, from 10 till 1 o'clock.
Present the Kuhina. Kckuanaoa, John
Young, Dr. Rooke and myself; the last
two as interpreters only. Simpson was
dissatisfied with the advertisement in
the native and English languages signed
by Kekuanaoa and F. W. Thompson.
The thing had been done too hastily,
he thought there would have been some
consultation with him before such an
important step was taken, said that, he
should require a certificate of Kckuana
oa in form. Conversed with the king
in reference to Charlton's land ; showed
a letter from Charlton to Mr. Channing
which proved Kalainioku to have been
the premier at the time he gave the
deed. This was disputed by the king,
the prdmicr, and John Voung. Simp
son said that, Mr. Charlton's official
letters were his guide, and he could not
state an untruth. Demanded that the
deed be ratified. The king said, "there
is the land go and take it."
Mr. Skinner required indemnifi
cation for the losses of Mr. Skinner,
on the ground that, Mr. S. being the
nearest relative ot Mr. Charlton, was
anxious to spare Mr. C. the pain of be
holding all the property sold. He had,
therefore, unknown to Mr. Charlton,
made provision to purchase in case of
a sale, and was, consequently, obliged
to keep $10, 000. ready cash on hand,
that he might purchase at a moments
warning. Had kept it for 4 or 5 months,
consequently, he was obliged to give
up a voyage to China.
He demanded, not only the interest
on his money, but, the profits of a
Finally the King is requested to say,
what he will give to extinguish the
On the 22nd., Simpson demanded
that the interview be private, Captain
Russell having been present the day be
fore, during part of the time. This
was contested. bimpson would not
allow Kekuanaoa, John Younc, or anv
of the advisers to be' present He
claimed the rights of a minister, to a
private audience, when he chose. These
terms were not agreed to, and Simp
son went away saying, he should be at
his office till 3 o'clock. The King
wrote to him about noon, enclosing the
proclamation of Kaahumanu II,, and
of Kckauluohi. No further business being
transacted this day, the king and John
Young went to dine with Lord George,
on board the Carysfort. Returned
about 8 o'clock in the evening. Much
anxiety was felt, lest he would have
been detained as a hostage, as Lord
George was bent on getting possession
of the islands
' He had said that he was afraid the
French would be here, before he could
finish his business and in reference to
the "school for young Chiefs" that, it
would be a pity to have any one come
and disturb it. King called on me -at
the treasury office, on landing from
the v cssel. Said to rae that he believed
Lord George was determined to take
the islands.. He had said that, the. flag
siiuuiu uasc 111c luu i'.iiii3ii ciiirocier,
and then all trouble would
end. The king endeavored t
case the business was not done up in a
day or two. The king was required to
ratify the deed of Mr. Charlton's land,
and send an officer to see it measured.
The King replied: you call it a good
document, why needs it my name?"
But, the fear of an immediate attack
induced him to sign the ratification
written on the back in English, and
witnessed by Lord George and Simp
son. The claim of Mr. Skinner, as men
tioned before, was next presented, and
letter from Mr. Skinner to the acting
consul, applying for indemnity read.
Claim on the ground mentioned yes
terday. King refused to say what he
would give. Asked for a bill. A letter
from Mr. Skinner to the acting consul
was read, in which he said he was will
ing to take $3000 This was declared
to be very moderate and reasonable.
Immediately payment required. King
asked for a bill or some statement of
the claim in writing, which was refused.
Asked for a copy of the letters from
Mr. Skinner, was answered by Mr.
Simpson, that, they belonged to him.
The King was compelled to sign a note
for $3000, payable on the 3d , of
March at 1 2 o'clock m. The Kuhina
having arrived signed the above men
Next, a demand that either Kekua
naoa or Doctor Judu, should be set
aside as the author of a falsehood.
The king must try this case in person,
and decide on whom the blame must
fall. Decision to be made before to
morrow morning. On this, I can only
say, I stated facts, as they came to my
knowledge. Kekuanaoa, afterwards
stated to the King, what he had before
stated to me. Kauwahi, the messenger,
also maintained the same ground, and
the affidavit of James Wood, was con
sidered to be of doubtful authority.
Next, was presentee a detailed ac
count of the proceedings of the Courts
against Simpson, and Skinner, and
blame thrown on the Governor and on
the Court, on myself of course, but, in
guarded language. The King said he
was not acquainted with the facts.
This was denounced, as a strange neg
lect on the part of a sovereign, and
proof that these things had been done
without his knowledge. No statement
to the contrary could be admitted. I
here declared, that, in these transac
tions 1 had advised the Governor, that
I considered my conduct called in
question, and I must have a hearing; I
said; of course the King could not
know the facts. He was not a judge
in the courts of Honolulu, but, in the
Supreme Court, before which these
cases had nev c been brought. I said
that, I considered the views presented
of these cases to be altogether one
sided and erroneous. I must be heard,
Therefore, I proposed, as an amicable
arrangement, that the case be referred
to Lord George Paulct and Capt. Long
of the Boston, then lying in the harbor.
Lord George treated this proposition
with the greatest contempt and anger,
would not allow the least interference
on the part of the captain of the cor
vette, and insisted on the immediate
reversal of the former decisions of the
Courts. The King must do it; he
ought to know the merits of the case,
and ought not to have allowed British
interests to suffer; I must only act as
interpreter. The King must pay the
damages which were in the case of
Reynolds vs Simpson and Skinner, the
value of the property seized, which Mr.
Simpson stated, to have been four
times, what it availed at auction. That
must be paid. Mr. Simpson said he
had many more claims of a similar
character; which would amount to
1 would here remark that, the $80,000
would not be all the damages which
would fall on the poor government, in
case the demands of Simpson were
admitted. The act of reversing past
decisions without trial, would be
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icanvasVillecal, and thev would claim
an interview with Lord GeorgeVnjImy-J In'derruTitk e. g. Dudoit has possession
Ctiif iiir in 1 lii-i w rm it,i i .
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store of Wm. French. The
with Simpson's demand
at 10 a. m., to attend the private intern wrjW dispossess Dudoit; of course his
view with Mr, Simpson which he delainii'iB the premises, which lias been
manded in his capacity of Minister.
He brought Lord George with him,
Complained that an Englishman had
been confined in irons since the 18th.
The man, a negro, was brought. Simp
son demanded of the king, why this
was done? The king replied that, he
had no knowledge of the case, enquired
of Kekuanaoa, who said, it had not
been reported to him; Kekuanaoa sent
for one of the inferior judges, whn re
ported, that, the man had been fighting
and was consequently confined, he
had, as )Ct, heard of no change in the
law promulgated. King said that no
time had been allowed to chance the
law, it would be done as soon as possi
ble. Much abusive language was used
and the man ordered to be set at liberty.
The kuhina went to Waikiki early this
morning, thinking, perhaps, he might
not be wanted. Simpson and Lord
George, appeared very angry at her ab
sence, required her to be sent for, im
mediately. This was done. Lord
George threatened to hoist his flag, in
acknowledged by this government,
would have been set up, and must have
been good. So Mr. Pelly would hold
the government responsible for the
debts of Mr. Charlton to Secvcl and
Patrickion of Valparaiso. Reynolds
also, his claim having been decided, and
in course of collection, the money must
be paid Ixfcl; and be paid from the
treasury. He has received about $i,ooo,
and the Sheriff has about $2,000 more,
either in cash or in a course of collec
tion. M, Maigret, the French Priest,
is aho likely to come in for a share of
damages, unU-ss his claim for $4835, is
sustained. Two other Frenchmen have
cases in court, and some Americans
will be losers by the illegal proceeding!)
ot the king, if he consents to the
demands of Mr. Simpson. The amount
of these will not be less than $4,330.89,
to which add the $So,ooo, and you have
a grand total of $114,330.89. For
all these losses Mr. Simpson stated
that, he was informed that the govern
ment had received a guarantee that it
should be refunded to them. This, I
denied. No one coutd, or would, or
had g'uen any such guarantee. But,
these were not all, Mr. Simpson insisted
that the Dominis case should be retried.
No plea that it had been done, that the
parties had settled by arbitration and
passed receipt, that the terms of the
promise made to Captain Jones were
(not to grant a new and fair trial) but,
to grant such a trial us would forbid
the attendance of the jury by compul
sion, was not for a moment to be
admitted. The jury must be summoned
immediately; the government plead
their own cause as Captain Dominis
would not attend, and the government
must pay all the jury should bring in,
over and above the $10,000, already
paid by Captain Dominis to Mr. Skin
ner. The declaration that the king
would cdmply with his promise, made
to Captain Jones, was treated with con
tempt and scorn. It must be a bona
fide transaction under the dictation of
Mr. Simpson. The Englishmen he
had selected to sit on the jury, were
ready for sea, the vessel was detained
on this account, and he believed demur
rage was to be paid.
Next, a claim of $400 for a chronom
eter, alleged to have been detained
by the harbor master, Stephen Rey.
nolds, then an officer in the govern,
ment. In consequence of the dcten
t ion 'of this, chronometer, belonging to
the barque Honolulu, Mr. Skinner had
to purchase a new one for $400. The
king said: He was unacquainted with
the facts. This was considered an
acknowledgment of his incapacity to
rule, and proof that these things had
transpired without his knowledge. The
king proposed to send for Mr. Rey
noldband I went after him. When I
returned reporting that Mr. Reynolds
would appear in a few minutes, Mr.
Simpson said that the king must inves
tigate this case aside and I understood
that he must pay for the chronometer
at any rate. Lord George and Mr.
.Simpson retired saying that these points
must be settled in the morning.
Dr. Rookc remaining a few moments,
I expressed my astonishment at the
proceedings, in which he joined me.
I asked him why they did not take the
islands at once ? better do that than
break every thing down this way. Have
they any expectation of getting posses
sion ? He then made the confidential
communication that, he believed they
were intending to take possession, but,
that these claims were first to be en
forced for the benefit of certain persons,
and then they would do it. This was
Reynolds came in and denied the
charge of detaining the chronometer.
He could bring proofs, if he could have
time) but complained of so short
notice. After the interview yesterday,
the king declared himself a dead man
and expressed his conviction that his
ruin was determined. All the claims
he considered unjust, but was willing
the cases should be heard before a
proper tribunal; but, that was denied
him. The object was to rob him of his
money and destroy his laws. Money
he had not, and could not raise it He
could not overturn the decisions of the
courts, without destroying the credit of
the government; and exposing it to
attack on all sides. He would sooner
give up all. "Let them take the islands.''
He spent a sleepless night. Listened
to a proposal of ceding the islands to
France, and before morning to another,
of ceding to. France and the United
States. Arrived at no decision, but made
a most decied determinatiqn to go no
further in the present course.
A meeting having been arranged for
10 a. m. the king requested me to visit
Lord George, and say to him that he
could bear this course no longer; that
he was sick, which was true; he would
give up and they might do as they
please etc. I accordingly went and met
Lord George and Mr. Simpson in the
street coming to the meeting. Said to
Lord George that I had a message from
the king, that he was sick. I went
with them to the consul's office, where I
was left to do my errand, alone with
Simpson. I said to him, the king feels
himself oppressed, broken down, ruined,
and, to use his own expression a dead
man; that he had been up all night,
and was sick, that he had determined to
go on in this course no longer, that if
Mr. Simpson persisted in his present
course, ruin would follow, that the king
could not undo, by his own act, the
decisions of the courts, and enforce
these claims, without time to modify
the laws, and act with consistency.
The king would allow juries to be com
posed of half Englishmen in cases where
their intrusts were concerned, and'allow
appeals in all past transactions. The
Dominis ose had been disposed of
according to the king's written promise
to Captain Jones: moreover, since that
time the parlies had settled by amicable
arbitration. That to require all the
'ate decisions of the legally organized
courts to be set aside by the act of the
king, would be illegal and oppressive on
the part of Mr. Simpson; and decidedly
oppressive on the part of the king, and!
would Justly involve him, both with! JVTz?i?
Americans and French, etc. Mr. Simp-l3j2il,ijSirr
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The BANKS OF NEW ZEALAND I
THE BANKS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, B.C; AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tramatt a Central Blinking Butiniti.
"OFFICE OF J.
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
General Mercantlleand Vomml.alon Agent.
Qlibn Street, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones, Jr., president and manager;
losepn u. larter, treasurer and secretary,
lions. Charles R. Bishop and II. A. P. Carti
.Ma) , auditor.
O HALL ft SON
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Dealer, in Lumber and all kind, of Build
ing Material., Paint; Oil; Sail; etc.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
AGENTS Or SCHOONER!
HaLalrila, KnUmann, Kekaulnohl, Mary BUen,
UUama, Panahl aad Leahi.
At Robinlon'a Wharf I
T YONS ft L.EVEY,
Auctioneer, and Comtniealon Merchant.,
Beaver Block, Queen Street, Honolulu.
Sales cf Furniture. Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sola agents for
American and curopcan mercnanaise. I I. lyons,
i8-vr IL.J. Levey,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and General JTerehandlee,
Corner or Kincj and Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manager
L. C Abies... .......Secretary and Treasurer
W. F. Allen. Auditor
Directors Thomas .Mav E.O.White. Hi
Importers and dealers tn Hay and Grain and General
Honolulu H. I.
Attorney at Law and Sotlcitorin Cltancery,
Practices In the Courts, and prepares Deeds, Wills,
Mort gates, Leases, Contracts, Agreements, etc, and
negotiates AhntytJ Leant, etc. '
Honolulu... .11. 1,
OrrlCB Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
FIRE.PROOF BRICK BUILDINO,
So. 9? " chant Street, ilonotulu, tl, .
The only recognised General Btuiaeee
Agent in the Kingdom.
Rtat Estate Broker, Life Insurance Agent,
Custom House Broker, Employment Agent,
Money Broker, Tire Insurance Agent,
And General Business Agent.
Rial Hjtatk Dkmrtmknt Huy and sell Real
Kit te in all parti of lha Kingdom; Value Real Estate
and property of all kinds; Kent and Lease Houses, Cot
tages. Rooms and Land; Attend to Insurance, Taxes.
Repassing and Collecting of Rentals; Draw Legal
Papers of every nature, Search Title Records, etc, etc
EMfLOYMKNT DbpaRtmrnt Find empIo)ment In
all branches of Industry connected with the Islands.
General Business Matters Keep Boots and
Accounts; Collect Bills; Ixwn and In.ent Money J Pen
manship, Kngrottng and all kinds of Cop)Jng done:
Prooi.e Fire ifnd Life Insurance; Advertisements and
Correspondence attended to.
Custom Housk Broker Attend to all Entries
through power of attorney and otherwise. Merchants
will find this dep-utment a special benefit to them as I
attend to the delivery of invoices complete.
SoLictTlNa Agknt for the Mutual Life Insuranoe
Company of New York, the largest, grandest and
soundest Insurance Company in the orld.
Tourists and Trailers, and those seeking penna
nent homes on the Islands, will find it to their advan
tage to consult nc personally or by tetter when suitable
accommodations are required, and they will find It to
their interest to call on me for general information per.
tlining to the Islands.
Correspondence solicited from abroad and orders
accepted and filled for Hawaiian Curios, Ferns, Coral,
Shells, I.ara Specimens, Photos, Views, etc, etc, apper
tain in b to the islands.
Orders of every nature attended to, coming from the
T W. HINGLEY & CO.
Manfacturer of Slant na Cigar.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
And Smokers' Articles!
The most complete stock In the kingdom.
King street, (near Alakea) Honolulu.
Pioneer Steam Candy Manufactory and
Honolulu.. ,. It I.
Practical Confectio&tr, Pastry Cook and Baker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between r on and Nuuanu
ONO LBONO Co,
Agent, foe Moanul Sugar, I'alama Hie.
And Kailua Rice PUnutlon and Mill.
Nuuanu Street Cornkr Marine
JOHN T, WATBRHOUSB,
Otaler in Cholceit Beef, Teal, Mutton, Ktc.
No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds suppli.d to order.
T BWBRS ft COOKB,
(Successors to Laws It Di:kmn,)
Importer, and Mmtttr tn Lumkr assi all
kind. f BuUdlng MmtvrUiU.
Fort Street.. , ,., Honolulu
T M. OAT ft Co.
Satlmaktr, Flag, of mU IHwrlptlon.
mad. and repaired.
Honolulu . ...,.......' H.I
Loft In A. F. Cook.'. M inproof building, foot o)
Nuuanu Street. .1
ilo.l and JA.r.
Boots and She, mad. to Order.
No. 114 Foet St., orrosiTC Pantheon Stasis..
Q J. LBVBY ft CO.,
Whole eal. and M.talt Grocer.,
Fort Street .. , Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions oi all kinds on h-snd and
fewireu regularly irw. s.urvpe mo AnmM mui
will b. sold at Ih. loweu surkst rat..
cooua deiivwed to an) part cf ta. city Ire. of caarga,
Island orders solicited and prompt attesitloa will l
Clveu to lh Sam. IIS.IV '
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
IStrORTER AND DEALERS IN
Boot; Hho.., Furnling Good; Mlatt,
Cap., Trunk., Valtee;
Perfumery and Soaps, WiJtham Watches,
Fin. Jewelry, etc,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu
-rHOMAS LINDSAY, .
Jeweler and Diamond Setter,
N060, . ,.,,, .Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H.
(Oppout. Hoillster & Co ),
Particular attention paid to repairing
HACKFBLD ft Co.
,,,,, .. . (..Honolulu
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
-ifum Knginc, Boiler: Sugar Mill,
Cooler, fron, Bra and Lead Cuatlnge.
Honolulu.,.., ,.,.. , H.I
Machinery of every description made1 to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmtthing.
Job work t secuted on the shortest notice. to
A W, PBIRCB ft Co.
U(y Chandler and Commlton Mtr
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
Agents for Brand Guns and Borah Lances and Per
ry Davis' Palo Killer.
P H. OBDING.
SSxpre and Drayman.
freight, Packages, and Uaggage delivered lo and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone 86; Residence aij Punchbowl street.
Otfice, 86 King Street. io6-ti
Tin, Copper and Slieet Iron Worker,
Stove and Slang.
of all kinds. Plumber' stock and metals, house furnish
Ing goods, cliandcbers, lamps, etc
No. a Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
U. W. MACFABLANB, II, K. MACPA8LANE.
(j W. MACFARLANE St CO.
Importers, Co mm Luton Merchant
and Sugar Factors.
tre proof Building., . . . , Queen street, Honolulu.
Kttauea Sugar Co, Kauai,
The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui.
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii '
Honnhina Sugar Co, Hawaii,
Hueto Sugar Mill, Maul,
Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar Co , liana,
Makaha Sugar Plantation, Oahu,
Ookala Sugar Co. Hilo, Hawaii,
Olovtalu Sugar Co. Maul,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. Fowler it Go's Steam Plow and Portable Tramway
Mlrrlcss, Watson i Go's Sugar Machinery, OleaaTow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun Fire Insurance Co. of London.
Watettmaker and Jeweler,
Watch repairing made a Speciality.
All orders from the othei IJands promptly attended I
No. 5 j, Hotel Street Honolllu, H.
Photographic Art tat,
toe and 104 Fort Street.. . .
Pictures of all sixes and kinds made to order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly on hand Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. e
T W OIRVIN,
Comtniaaion Merchant and General Dealer
In Dry Good,
Wau.uk v, Maui.. . .11.1
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicine,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
JUT W. McCHBSNBY SON,
Leather, Hide, Tallow aad Commieelon
Agents for the Royal Soap Company,
No. Qlesn Street .Honolulu
rTatehmuk.r, J.wel.r, Kngrae.r, and
Diamond 4.11. r,
No. in Fort Street Honolulu
AjJ orders fauMuJy .accuted. jt
A S. CLBGHORN ft Co.
1mp.ri.rt and Deal.r. a Ssural Iter
Comer Qaca and Kashumsau SlrMts, Honolulu.
(roaMULV with aouaa ft co.)
msclMtsl. mmd Mad BrMir,
i, Kim Street.-, i......Unor Mauaositr Hall.
Family. pUaiatsws, aad Skip aura. umIssJ at short
r. UEvsn sru
T M, OAT, JR., ft CO.
Blatloner. and S.w. Jt.al.rt.
Hed Rubber Stamp Ag.neu
Gai.tte Block. .... .No. j Merchant Street
soj Honolulu. II. I.
-pHHO. H. DAVIRS ft Co.
(Late (anion, Green ft Co.)
Importer, ant CmmUti.n Merchant.
Lloyd's and th. Llrmool Uadrwriiers,
rirUtsJi and Foreurn Marin. Insurant. Compaor, aad
NortlMffn Assurano. Company. " i
Hope a co.,
;.,.., ,.Kua Strut
VptMltimrtrt, Draper, and Dealer. 4a air
SEssa. Of ensrsssflsr.
TtarprtfMS No. la).
P A. SCHABPBR ct Ce.
Importer and Commlaalon Merehanta,
Merchant Street t Honolulu
r YCAN ft CO,
Importer and Dealer in alt kind of
Mutto iiuo4ta, Fancy Good,
Nos. 105 and toy Fort Street.
Fumuure. Chairs. Sewing Machines. Mirrors auJ
Mirror PUies. Picture Frames and Cornices made to
orucr. 137 r
TNILL1NGHAM ft Co.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cut
I try, Tool,
Paints and Ods, and General Merckartdise.
No. 3; Fort Street. . ..Honolulu
THB WBSTBRN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vtatas-m Company (limited.)
Money loaned tot long or short periods on approved
security. Af tJy to W U OKBbN.
Oflica Beaver tUock, Yqi St. Manager
-ASTLB & COOKB,
Shipping and Commlaalon Merchant,
No Bo Kino Street , Honolulu
IMrORTBRS AND DEALXRJ IN
The Hitchcock A Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Baldwin Plana two.
R. Halitead, or Ualalua Pla.uatiou.
A. H. Smith & Company1, Koloa, Kauai,
j, ti, t.icxanucr, iiaiKu, maui.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
tne jvonaiA sugar yomp
The Union Insurance Company ol San Fianlcsou,
The New England Life Insurance Company of liostoi
The Hhke Manufacturing Company of Itoston
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu IVckcl Line.
the Merclia m's Line. Honolulu and San Francltoo,
Dr. Jajnes tt Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox 4 Gibb's Slr.ger Manufacture Company,
Wheeler &. Wilson's bewififf Machines. i-viyt
O. FOWLER & Co.,
Are prepared to "urnhh Plan and KM
mate for Steel
With or without Cats and Locomotives, SpeciaJl
ADAPTED FOR SUOAR PLANTATIONS,
Permanent Railways, and locomotive and cars, Trac
tlon Engines and Road locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Pot
Able LngJnes for all purposes, Winding
Kntlnes lor Incline.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo
graphs of the above Plant and Machinery may be seen
at tlte office of the undersigned. W, L. Ok KEN and
U.W. MAOAKLANK&CO.aAcentsfor Jo Fo.
In stock, and on th. srayt a full assortment o( sires
and dlA.r,nt quality ot
ENVELOPES, ENVELOPES, ENVELOFF.S,
vis 1 No. s X and XX In .fall., amber aod canary.
No- ,, .and r XX white. No. IK, 5, is, 11, 1. and
I4AASM AAA .nil. I AAA EMU
XX hll.j XXX
I. order, at
Cabian. Mturnlng Itnieiom.., Cloih-liMd En
uom 4t, trwa No. 6 to it, au la ta.
uownmant sue, and shapM, or spsciaJ sus mad. up
Uroni.1 whit, and
THUS. O, THMVM'i
UaaiMAKT SttUT A FoT StuaT, Sioaaa.
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
Mo, 1 Tori (. Maaalalit.
lUrOETIE AND VEAiaa IN
Part, Attachment', Oil miiil immriM
Ae.xy roa tne
White and th. Light-Kvnmnu New Hone Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all hinds
Cortkell s Silk, in all colors and sues I
Harbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machie. Cotton.
Mmt, Dtm.titti Riliahh Cut ftfvr J'.tlern
Deakr in Hulls,
Olns ud Sro.TINe Coop.,
Shot, i'owpee. Can,
and Metallic Catmpu.
KmmaanxB atoriea. in .u..
5,wiju.)!acfajne, Loch and Cun-K.pauuuj prMaptlf
.IIwkIm to. qr
NEATEST JOB FEINTING
isaslrf l order at tU Satvua P.em g