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Volume v, Number 17,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 27, 1884.
Whole Number 226.
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The Boy Who Tried to Same Jtlmeelf, I
Mr. Jeremiah Smith tat looking at hit wife
with an air of comical uncertainty, and his
wife returned the look with an air of fixed de-
"My dear, we must let him name himself,"
said Mrs. Smith,
Rut rnnMr. mv fnvf whit i trvin-ooat.
tlon (bra boy I Besides he will make some
horril le mistake."
"It can't be any worse than some we have '
made, Jeremiah; just Took at our children.1
Is any one of 'em satisfied with his or her I
"No. But for that matter, I have never J0,jph's, Is of many colors, also of many rents
forgiven my gteat-unde for naming me Jete- ,illns and patches. Ills trousers are laded,
mlah. I have had a dislike for that prophet .nd 0f uncertain antiquity, anJ his stoekiogs
ever since." hang In rings about his rusty shoes. About a
"Vet that's just the point. When we manth aga we heird a racket at Jones's farm,
named our oldest girl Matilda Maria we never and, climbing the fence, soon discovered that
considered how wc were hurting her fcrlings , ,i,e horss had kicked the Stable door off its
for life. She told me only the other day that I hinges, perhaps as a reminder that slow starva
she hated her name and would rather be called ' tlon was unpleasant, and that one meal day
Sophronla Ann any time. And as for Johna. i wu desirable.
than Edwards and Willielmina and UIyea "Now, tharj I vum it's too bad," said
Bolivar, why, to. hear them talk, you would Jones, as we approached, driving hit hinds
think they had drawn their names by lot out i into his pockets and surveying the wreck,
of a dictionary." ' "Seems ct if I nevr wos drived so clean dis-
" Well, I did have a llltle doubt myself, at (racted with work." I can't possibly hang
the time, about Ulysses Bolivar, lint, .you that duor till ter-morrerj must go ta town
know we tried to make up for the want ot j ter-day, Come ter think of it, must go rabbit
grandeur In the last name by putting It Into .hooting ter-morrer. An next day thirs a
the first," vandue over in Shipley.s, an' mebbe a chance
"Yes, and it doesn't work. No, Jeremiah, ter make a' bargln. But I can fix that door on
we must let this one have a fair chance. Let Saturday."
him name himself, say when he is eight years We certainly hoped he would, but it seemed
old, and then we shall have one child who Is hard to expect a man of such multifarious en.
satisfied." gigements to repair a broken door in less than
"Very well, my dear," and Mr. Smith, 'a week. Moreover, there were other matters
with a sigh, partly In anticipation of coming which, seme foolish persons might hypercritl
evil, buried himself In the evening paper. ctlly declare, should bs done first, although
The subject of these remarks was myself. ' oar neighbor had neglected to mention them.
I was unconscious of their meaning at the time, ' l one direction, through a broken fence, two
owing to te fact that I was but two months
old. So, in blissful ignorance of my lack of a
first name, I tired peacefully the space of four
years. At the end of that time I discovered
the absence through the following circum
stance 1 I was at play with another boy of ray
own age and he addressed me rather disrcpecN
fully as " Bub." I resented it. "My name
"What Is it, then?"
This was a poser, I did not know, I ran
Into the house and exclaimed, "Mother, is my
Her answer astonished me.
" I don't know, my son."
"But I want a name. I shall get lost with
out one I " I cried In alarm.
My mother replied, calmly, " Your father
and I have decided to let you name yourself.
So, when you ore eight years old you may
choose your own name. That will give you
four years in which to make up your mind."
"But what will my name b until then?" I
My mother hesitated. '(Well, we'wi'l
call you simply ' Smith.'"
"But I don't like that," I cried.
"It la your own father's name, and you can
put up with it for four years.. At the end of
that time, remember' you are to name your
self." Name myself I I was a contemplative
youth j I revolved In my mind all the possi
bilities included in this unheard-of privilege.
The more I thought of it the more I liked it.
I would have a name such as no other boy
ever had before. It would be a name des
tined to hand down the family of Smith to
posterity. No insignificant, one-syllabled
affair, which could be turned or abbreviated
into a nickname, but a sesquipedalian appella
tion which would strike awe into the rest of
I will pass over the the four years during
which I was a nameless individual, distin
guished from the rest of mankind only as a boy
called "Smith," until I was eight years old.
On the evening of that eventful day, at the
upper table, I formally announced my selec
tion of a name as Alexander Von Bismaik
My father groaned ; my mother turned pale.
"Just what I told you I" exclaimed my
father, with a reproachful look.
" Well," replied my mother, recovering
herself after the first shock, " is It any worse
than Ulysses Bolivar !?"
Mr. Smith said nothing, but tried to look
But at the end of a week I was tited of
Alexander Von Bismark. It was not too long.
But somehow it dld'nt please me. Besides a
red -headed youth in the next yard persisted in
calling me " Bit," in spite of two severe
lickings administered to him by me behind
our barn. And one day, In reading a news
paper, I fame across the very same name be
longing to a man by the name of Smith living
In Dakota. So I decided to change. I slept
on my resolve, and in the morning as I was
going to school, my father called out, "Alex
ander," I vt to Intent on my new name that I
ttlled to hear him.
"Alexander, you may split up that wood
when you get home. Dojouhear?"
"Yes, sir) but don't call me Alexander,
pleate. I've got another name."
"Another name I " gasped Mr. Smith.
"Why, what do you mean?,'
" I have determined to call myself Richard
Cctur de Lion, sir."
"Richard Cur" my father stammered, and
then sat down wholly overcome. But my
sslnd was made up not to be Alexander Von
Bit-ark another day,
Alas, my new name was as objectionable as
the old! Everybody called me "Dick."
Strange I had not fotseeti that. And my only
(Mton for taking the name was to revel In the
distinguished title of "Cocur de Lion." But
lk remedy lay In myself. No ielrictiont had
beta placed upon me, and all I had to do was
to keep on naming until I was suited.
So I had a new name nearly every week. I
tired of one almost at toon as I had chosen it.
Another wat loo hard to pronounce. None
pleated me, I searched histories and biogra
phlat, peed over hard names in the encydo
fOti) wad made up unpronounceable names
k combining the end of signs In the streets.
My falser and mother never knew what to
all roe. My brolhtrt and sitters called me
everything, from Moses to Aldbiadcs, and a
wore uncertain boy In the Smith family could
not be found.
Al Uat (be crisis came. One evening when
1 had startled the family by giving out my
,btt Mrs at Methuselah Castleton, my
inner putd in bis eating and eted me
"My ton, Alexander Von Bismark, Richard
Com in lion, MillUdtt Calvin, and all the
nit I India MttttuttUh Cawlcton Smith,
ttet twg mm gone on long enough. I am
liM fit,, I a Mingle give you a
M pat) MtOtl tninaw it vinlil yvti got
married, It'i a name borne by two-thirdt of J
the.buman race and plenty good enough for I
rov" l nlme "ou Jofm Smith, and If yen try j
to change It I will cut you off with a postage
' experienced a feeling of relief, hare never
desired 'to change my name since, and am
perteciiy satisneu wun n. ileum itutrtf..
, A Jlurnl Sketch.
Our neighbor, Jones, ft an elderly man with
ferretty eyes, peaked nose and bristled chin.
Ills hat slopis forward and tilts backward at
one anJ the same time. Hit coat, like
of his cows had reached the oarchard, and
were sharpening their horns on a row of young
trees, The farm wagnhs were fully exposed to
the noondvy sun, though a pile of boards close
by would haze built half-a-dozen good sheds.
Water from a spring that might have filled a
small fish-pond or watered a vegetable garden,
ran to waste and made a marhy spot in the
field. The front doorstep, as all his visitors
knew by mournful experience, was liable to tip
up if one stepped upon it without due caution.
Every fence corner had Its trlang ular and
thrifiy weed wlot.
" Farming dosen't pay," said Jones, leaning
meditatively against th: rail fence, and still
gating at th: broken stable door and the
horse inside, which, as it was easy to -tee, had
been tied with so long a rope that he had ".been
able to step back within reach thereof. "How
a poor farmer is druv," continued Jones a
remark more literally true than he supposed.
This week I saw neighbor Jones again, as I
walked along our line fence, dusting the outer
row of my potato field. That .outer row
needed more care than half the rest of the
field. Jones's beetle crop was to persistent
and voracious. There was the stable door,
still on the ground, the marks of the horse's
hoof upon it, where he had been led across it
ever since. Jones set on the lop fence-rail,
serene, and whittling. A spade lay on the
ground, rusting; a bucket, set in the path,
bad fallen apart in the sun.
" Hatlo, Jones," I called out j " bow about
that stable door? "
" Wal, no, nebor. I'll hev ter admit that
hev been exceedin' busy. I calkerlatc ter hang
thet door next week, cf I kin only get the
time ter do it properly.
So Jones tit there, wondering why money
was so unevenly distributed in the world, and
why he had to work so hard, and wished he
had been born a Feejce Islander, with inalien
able rights to eat, sleep and loaf in delicious
reiteration. Vnu York Hour,
Th Xapoleon. Myth in th Tear SOOO
Under this title Senor Sequeira has pub
lished in the CommtrciQ Portuguti a philolo
gical jtu rf' npHt, written throughout in the
doctrinaire style of Continental scholais. It
is a delicious piece of fooling, in the shape of
a grave lecture, and we propose to give our
readers an abstract of it. The aim of the
lecturer Is to prove that Napoleon I. never
existed, and that his supposed career is only a
"According to tradition," says the Profetsor
of the year 3000, " the hero Napoleon Bona
parte was born on au island of the Mediter
trnean, as ton of a certain Lctitia. It is re
corded that he had three sisters and four
brothers of whom three became kings ; as well
as two wives, one of whom bore Urn a son.
He ended a great revolution) han sixteen
marshals, of whom four were not active; he
triumphed in the South ; he was vanquished
in the North ; and he vanished amid the
western seas after a twelve years' reign begun
In the East." The Professor then goes on to
Mini out how all this applies to the sun,,
With regard to the name, Napoleon is obvi
ously a mutilation of Apollo, the sun-god, or
rather the purer Gieek form ; for the Creeks
really call the sun poetically "Apollyo,"
"AfolUn," or "Apoleon," " tW
that is to say, exterminator. From all that
tradition tells, Napoleon is said to have been
great exterminator. The Initial letter K It
doubtless the abbreviated form of Ne (" nai"),
the Greek affirmative, which pointed out that
it was the true Apollo that wat in question.
The second name, Bonaparte, means" good
part," and therefore presuppose a second, bad
part. It Is clear that by this was meant day
and night. An ancient Poet already aayt,
speaking of the night, "AH in mtljnfarttm.'
The tun, which represents the day, is therefore
ightly designated as Bonaparte. Napoleon
wat bom on a Mediterranean island ; so wad
apouo, ai ueios, wnicn stands tn the same
relation to Greece as Corsica stands to France.
The Galhciting of the Apollo myth is thus un
mistakable, i'ausanlts relates that the God
Apollo was held In high regard in Egypt of
.l.iswu, iuv, 11 11 atcrreo mat tnt
Egyptians greatly teverenced and feared
him. All thit lutticicntly proves that
Napoleon and Appolo were one and the same
mythological figure. But let us go stilt furthir.
Napoleon's mother was named Lctita that Is
Joy 1 a poetical appelation for Aurora. And
dots not the the dawn give to the world the
sun ? Besides, let ut remember that Apollo's
mother wat called Leto (in Latin Latvia),
from which form, in the nineteenth century.
Lctitia wat evolved, probably at a substitute
of the verb iMtr, which meant "to rejoice."
When the legend maintains that the ton of
Lctitia had three titters, unquestionably the
three Giaets were Intended, who, with their
friends, the Muses, were Apollo' Inseparable
companions. At to Napoleon't four brothert,
latheaiwc discern the four season. Thus,
three of the brother! are said to have been
kings, Thrte are the spring, which itigo
ortr tfcc towtrti the autamr, wbka raigoa
over the seed!) and the aulumn, which reign )
over the fruit. And as thee three season
owe all their power to the sun, they were made
Into brothers. The fourth brother does not,
reign he, of course, (s winter. This clearly I
appears when we remember that this fourth
brother was said to be Prince of Canlno, after j
Napoleon's fall. Canino is derived from the
word cant, which mean! " white halrt.
Now the snowy woods were called poetically
" white hairs," as the following verse proves t
"Cum filidui treiiil eanit in montiluthumsr."
Therefore this fourth brother is merely the per
tonficd writer, which comes to prominence
when the three fairer seasons arc driven awa)
by the rude winds of the North. Thus we
may find an onsy interpretation of the
words of the myth 1 "At the invasion of
France by the rude sons of the North,
the country was covered With 0. while
banner and Napoleon disappeared," This
" whltebanner" is, of course, the winter snow.
By the wives of Napoleon the earth and
moon must be understood, Plutarch calls the
moon the consort of the sun, and the old
Hgyptians gave him the earth as spouse. The
sun had no issue with the moon, but conceived
with the earth Horus, the son of Ists and Osiris.
The latter represcntsthr field fruitstand we there
ore find thafthesonof Napoleon was born on the
:oth of March, the spring equinox ; for in the
spring the field-fruits attain their greatest de
velopment. Furtherit is averred that Napoleon
made an end to the hydra or revolution. This
hydra, or snake, is the serpent Python, whose
destruction is the heroicdeed of Apollo. The
second word, revolution, comes from the
Latin rtvslutut, and indicates that the snake
was curlcd-around itself, as is indeed actually
to be seen in all antique representations of the
Python. Again, it is said that the great war.
rior had at the headof his army twelve marshals,
and four others were at his disposition. It is
easily perceived that these twelve marshalVonly
represent the twelve signs of the rodiac, which,
undcf the command of the sun, each lead a
division of the innumerable starry host. The four
marshals on the retired list, on the other hand,
Indicate the four quarters ol the globe J which
are thus excellently charactited as immovable
amid the generat movement. All these mar
shals are merely symbolical beings. When
the legend relates that Napoleon gloriously
marched through the lands of the South, to
penetrate into the North and there lose his
strength, this again must be read as one of the
peculiarities of the sun, excellently indica
ted. The sun is all-powerful in the South ; in
the North he is weak. Out ol this was evolved
in the nineteenth century the fable of the cam
paign of Moscow,
If another proof were needed that in the
Napoleon myth there is only question of the
sun's course, ft would be found in these words:
"Napoleon reigned twelve years ; his et ipire
began irrthe East and ended in the West." It
needs no reference to the fact that the tun rises
in the cast and, after an empire of twelve hours
disapears In the west. The professor closes
his address with these words: "If we, then,
resume our considerations regarding the hero's
name,his descent, his family, his marshals, his
deeds, etc., vve shall see that they evince with
Irrefutable certainly that Napoleon Bonaparte
concerning whom so much has been written
never existed. The error into which all schol
ars fell sprang from the circumstance that they
did not understand allegorical mythology, and
took it for real history" St. famts's Caullt.
Representative William II.- Kelley of
Pennsylvania, better known as "Pig Iron
Kelly," and one of the most ardent and best
known American protectionists, has written to
the Philadelphia Press in earnest opposition to
the renewal of the treaty.
The San Francisco Chronicle (naturally)
says that President Arthur has "reciprocity on
the brain." The Chronicle's Washington
Correspondent says that "It is not possible to
ascertain the provisions of the new treaty with
the Hawaiian Government, for the state de
partment holds that it is confidential until
after the senate has acted on it. In case the
trcatycomesto the house,publicity will be given
to it, for the house never conducts any busi
ness with closed doors, though it has the right
to do so if it desires. It begins to look as If the
parties who are anxious to have the fcur treat
ies mentioned above with Spain, Mexico,
Canada and Hawaii ratified haft formed a
combination to pass them, ""Even in ease the
necessary two-thirds vote is secured in the
senate for ratification, the whole thing wil
fall through unless the house concurs in the
The San Francisco Bulletin quotet the fol
lowing paragraph from President Arthur's mes
sage "The Government of Hawaii has indica
ted its willingness to continue for seven years
the provisions of the existing reciprocity treaty.
Such continuance, in view of the relations of
that country with the American system of
states, should, in my judgment, be favored,"
and comments as. follows t "The president
seems also to be fully committed to the reci
procity business on the largest scale. He ad
vises the renewal of the Sindwlch Islands treaty
for teven years more j regrets that Mexican re
ciprocity has not been carried out informs
congress that a reciprocity treaty has been
concluded with Spain, with reference to Cuba
and Porto Rico, and gives the public informa
tion that it had not before namely that a re
ciprocity treaty hat been concluded with Can
ada, The tubject it a vast one, and more
materia' than are now accessible will have to
be furniihcd,b:fore an intelligent opinion can
lx formed In relation tn It."
Anti-BranJy in Switaerfartd.
A London dispatch, dated November 33rd,
savt 1 "The labors of the special government
commission appointed by the federal council
several months ago to inquire Into the causes
of the frightful increase of drunkenness In the
Swiss republic, and to suggest a remedy, have
resulted in decisive action by the council. It
admitted that the evil investigated Is to be
attributed entirely the extraordinary cheap
lieu of French brandies and their na
tive Imitations. The cheapness'of these vile
and intoxicating compounds has madr tbcm
within a comparatively thort time the national
beverage for the Swits. The commission
found French brandy botilei in the cupboards
of the poorest families, and died countless case
of once prosperous estates' and families brought
to absolute ruin and wreck by lntcricrance.
tbriftWttacst and impoteacy, caused by the free
and long-continued use of cheap brandy. The
remedy proposed it of almost unprecedented
prohAitory power. It will nuke the duly cc
imported bundles to h'gh at to absolutely bar
them from the country, and will lax all c'omet
lie maaufctu:ct of the liquor, except tfcote ex
pmtly rutde for export, to heavily at to make
the procurement of brandy la any fern, by but
the vrry'tieb, practically Upotaille in biu
erUrtd. Th enactment of the bill will proba
bly meet with Ut little, ifasy, tpfothk.
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Leatltcr, DZldee, Ta'tow and Commllon
Agents for the Royal tloap Company.
No. ei Queen Street,, ,. Honolulu
Ayent for 3foanui8ufjrtr, Valama Ulce
Ani KiUU'Kte PhsuttvMI'MUl.-
Xvta'Atfi STftssr.. ....... ....t.. .Coknir Ma it ins
r-VlLLINGHAM A Co.
tmxorUn ami Heater in Hardware, Cut'
Paints and OiU, and Central Merchandise
Ko. 37 FoktStrrst HoyoLtLU
OAT, JR., SCO,
Stationer and Sew Dealer,
lied llubber Stamp Agency
Oaxette Block No. is Meschant Street
to Honolulu, H. 1.
Importer and dealers In Hay and Grain and General
Honolulu H. I.
IfoM.fa atfrf Sign I'altiter,
Patbh Hanock, etc.
No. tf Kino Stkikt Honolulu
JWT S. ORINBAUM ft Co.
importer ami Ifhotetate Dealer 4n Cen
Mak it's Block. QurinStust, Honolulu
JUT S. ORINBAUM a Ct,
FarsMrcllittr and Csmmluliii lr.rssAanr.,
ti California St, San Francisco.
Soedal facilitlas for and oanlctdae attention nald to
cottairnmanta of Island nroditct. a
O J..LBVgy a co.,
H7iaa( and Jletall Grocer;
Fort Street.,.,, ..,,.,.i Honolulu
Fresh iroceries and provlsiona ot ail kinds on hand and
received rciuhuly from Europe and America which
srill M sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered to an) part cf the city free of charze.
sland orders solicited and prompt attention will b
itlvcn to the aame. 1 1 a. t v
A S. CLECHORN a C.
Importer mnd Dialer in anrmt Mer
ehmndlte, Corur Queen and Kaahumanu Strswta, Honolulu.
Boot and Shmmkr.
Boots and Shoes mails to Order,
Nn. tie Fort St., orrosira Pantheon STARLEt.
Jwlr and Diamond Hotter,
SoU,,,,., Nuvanu Street, Honolulu, II,
(Opposite Ilalllster Co.),
Panlcular attention paid lo repatriaf .
UYHAN ksROTHERS, ;
Importer of Gnral Merehmndl from
eYrmnc, England, Qrmmny and
. III. United Stale.
No. jl Queen SreatT. , Honolvi
aitMD atl CaiirotNiA Srettr,,..SAN Feanciko.
Fanlod v allenilon paid to" lUlinf aud thlppiaE Is.
and orders. e
p E. WILLIAMS,
IxroaiEE and DtatER in
rurtart 4 Beery Derlptlen. Air
VpkoUterer aad JrT.ntteMslMr.r.
risrsvliisr. Wamooma Nsv, lea ton SuaM. Work
ttuUtrntaioMHeutoitetu Ail ottitfi procoptly
j w tstaviN.
IHaatatoilirt JftrttAewtl mnd Butrml BomUr
MtS Wf 0aMesMa)
WaHtmu.MAti,.,. ..., ,h. I
T M, OAT & Co.
Saltincther, rtnai of all Jleetrlpttunt
made and repaired.
Honolulu II, 1
Loft In A. F. Coole'i new fireproof building, foil 01
N uuanu Street. tS
Importer and Denier In Ofnaetrnrr,
Merlden Hllrei-J'tntcil Hare,
No. 44 Fort Sterxt Honolllu
King s Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
iunrai it ire t are, rancy soaps, I'iclure frames.
tolf, Woitetiholm't Poeket,Oitfery, Powder, Shot and
ammunition, uarLs bpool IJottuti, Machine Uil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light.
Kunnin Ifumettic'Sewin Machine
O. HALL & SON (Limited;
IStrORTERS AND DEALERS IN
ttnnUcnre and General JterehandUe,
Corner or Kino and Tort Stecti, Honolulu
William W. Halt President and Manaeer
L. C Ahles Secretary and-Treasurer
Directors Thomas Mav E. O. While. tee
P A. SCHAEFBR ot Co.
Importer and Commlmton Merchant;
Merchant Street : Honolulu
P P, ADAMS,
.rfitirfforteer and Commtttlon Merchant,
Queen Street .....Honolulu
lllacktmlth, Maehlnltt, Carriage
Plantatiot Machinery, etc.
next to Castle tic Cooke's.
Shop on King Street
Dealer In Dry.Gr.inlt, Itlee, Ten, Silk and
J-ntiri flood, lint, Hrntt and
Nltnea, llr-tn, Feed and Flour,
Cluitr and Tob teen.
aAIso proprietor of Rice and Surer Plantations at
naneone, nooiau, vvaipio, r.wa, ana Jl
NUUANU ANU ClIAI-LAIN SET.,.,
101 and 104 Fort Street , Honolulu
Pictures of all sires ind kinds made to order, and
names 01 an QC,VTi.iions constantly on nanu. All
Coral t, Shclli mnd Cimotitiei of t
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneer Hntl Cotnwlseton Jrrrm,
IJ caver Block, Qussn Stlbbt, Honolulu.
5Jes of Furniture. Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. bola cents for
American and l.urupen merchandise. J J. i.v
. I.C IV.
T"HBO. H. DAVIBS & Co.
(Latb Iamon, Gresn & Co.)
Jmpevter and Commission Merchant,
t.loyd'a and the Liverpool Underwriter.
if imfi and Foreisn Marine Instance Lorn nan v. and
jAortlicm Atsuraa.ica Coraaaaiw-. - . '
n nfcAmdver, Jeirrler, Engraver, and
No. in Fort Street Honolulu
All orders faiihli Jy executed. 3a
TJONOLULU IRON V.'ORKS Co.,
Steam Engine, Hotter, Sugar JIIUm,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Casting.
Honolulu H. I
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship BlacLsmiihlng.
Job work executed on the shortest notice. 10
B. McINTYRB & DROTHER,
Grocery and Feed Store,
Cor. King and Fort 3ts,,,, HoitoLULU
r BMMBLUTH & Co.,
Ttntmltlt and Plumber; Dealer lit
Stove; Dangt, Tin,
No.KtUANU Street, ,,, Honolulu
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SuccEsaots to Lewees b Di:kn,)
Importer and Dealer In Lumber and all
kind of Building Material.
Fort Street ,.... , ,..IIonoliii.u
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Stove and Bang,
ot all kinds, Plumbers' slock and metals, house furnish
uif gooas, cnanael.n, lamps, etc.
No. Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
PD. HOPFSCHLABOBR a Co.
imjorra and Communion Merchant.
IIonoluiai Oahu. II I.,
THB WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
vestment Company (limited.)
loaned for loos or short periods on approved
security. Apply to
vr. u UKtbn,
Office Ueaver Ulotk, Fort St.
JJ HACKFBLD a Le. ,m.
General Commlttlon. Agent.
T'HB CBRUANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, It. I,
Beef, real, Multmn, Easts., Voultry
and Flh m
Constantly on hand, and of choitmt quality. Porl
sausaaet, ueiotnas, etc., alvaya on hand, Oa mcat
are til cut and put up In EtLMern )ie. All eiders
laiiniuuy atteotled is, and delivered in any pari iA the
aiy. Shop en Hotel Street, between Union and Fen
S.rtis. (,o.m) U. KAUI'P, Propnelor.
II. I. NOLTE. PROPRIETOR.
UlJS lo announce to hit ftienda and the public h gee
era! that the aUiv. Salooo provUes
Trm ) a. St., till re r. u.
conitantlv on hand. -
One of fVusastlck at sUlke't celebaleJ
ftcauttaed with the tvatabathawot. uhee levan of
sa. s-wa m jenKHjouf,
at lUrioLAiii r.itr,
fV 09" 1Ur' "M' Wavtau Lwy U tu4
O. HALL fit SON,
Hart jtttt rcct'.reJ lyine
MA11THA DA VIS,"
Norway Ironaiorted sties,
Dtfwner' Kerosene O.t the bes
Lrd, CjlInJtr black anduSer,
I.uV.citltifO.lr tet steamj3.it aid pbnta
Kegs Nail. Horse SWt and Nj.iI.
Cool Stoe, Farmers Boiler.
Aiet and IlAtchetsatl sizes,
TdJy' Refrigerators as.iM s.iei,
Belted Canal Uirrowi,
ClrJen Whlit Dir.owj.
IceCrtam Freeier, Rattti YarJ Broimi,
L'o.Tct Mills, Clothe Wrtnsers. Rat Traps,
BOSTON CARD MATCHES,
Boat Nails nil slits,-
Cotton Waits In ba'e,
Vo.l Cards two sties
Steam Hue ) and i Inch,
Garden Hot all sixes,
Zinc Wash Boaidi,
rhiladtlph'a and Perm. Law i Mowers.
Brjwn's Fremh Dreiiln.
W.iiirain't Drenhj ClieUn;.
Mori coodi toarrjve by the
ualia," rnozi XEir toxik,
Oi hand a very full itoclt of fiis satiable for
Wt wa j'd ca'I the attention of Engineers on plants
tionsand sreammu total net tha: we are agents
here for the
DOWNIE EUCALYPTUS BOILER
Which Ii. the on'y thing evsr disortred that w,U sue
ceifu'lyrem3vtht kjV from steam bo Iers,preven
t fornut!oti, and at the stme time preicrve the trot
entirely Irwin rati. S:nJ fjr Irculars,
KX .he above rm.utjnsJ fftols will be solJ at 1 awes'
mvlcet p-tces. E. O. HALL It SON,
P. :iMffl Corner King & fort its., Hcno'u!u.
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Streot, Honolulu,
IMfOKTEK AND UBAUCft IM
Varl. Attachment, Oil and Aceerlea
f ACK1TV FOR THB
White and the LichtR inning Vvh Home Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind
Corticeir Silk, In .II colors and ues :
Barbour's Linen '11 tread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Afmt, DttHMtCt Rt Habit Cut Pafxr PaUtrtt
Dealer in Riflbs
Cups ai J Sportivq Goods,
Sit (T, Powder, Cam,
and Metallic Cartridges
ICE It OS EXE STOVES, tn alt tr.
Sein2Machine, Lock and Cun-Repainnj prompt!)
attended to. qr
Has just received per Maiiposa and other late arrivals!
Whittalter Star Ham. Breakfast Ilacon, Catifotnta
Cream Cheese, Fairbanks Lard, Table rruiti, r.
Krults, Cranberry Sauce, Annear bauce.batad
lJre-tsini, Jams and ftlhes, lvkles, Olive
Oit, Comet and OoWf lea, Uoxes;
fc.njlih HrcakGut lea, j lluxes;
Japan Tra, Uoned Chicken
and Turkey, Curried
White Oats and Wheat,
Buckwheat Hour and Maple
Syrup, Graham Flour. Oat Meal,
Corn Meal. Wheat, Corn, Barley,
Potatoes, Cube, Powdered and Granu
latcd Sugar, Fresh Spices, Fih Chowder,
Clam Chowder, Atnior. Mince Mct, PaUcc
Kerjsene U.I, Crackers of all kinds, 4c, Ac , Ac, &t
Trih Orotixxd r) uary 2aj.
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS, OR RING U
TSLiritONI HO. SIC.
DEUVEK&n TO AX
TUB CITY FREE Ot
EN.NER ft Co.;
Have re-openeJ at tha oil stand No, na Fort meet,
lih a new and CAnfully Hlectd sttrck of
Coll Crtaln and Cuardt,
Sleeve Button,, Studi, Ac,
Ladies would d i well la call an J eaamloe our stock o
m Diacelsli, Dro.hea Locksts, Esurings, tic,
which were espeiclalljr selected lo toll ibe
Wade to Older.
Ik. repatrln( branch cf our tudness we recaid uu
Impvrtiuii one, ant a'l Jobs entiviaied lo us will
be uecuieJ W manner tecaiti ta none.
Of evtry dcacrlptioa done to order, radicular tun
tioa la paid la srvkr tad Job ar,rk fitat lb
UTTBRICK'S CUT PAPIR
plonlihsvl tMk tavsalli-enil for emJ. at tkaii e.rk.rt
rlSHOr& CC, Bankers
II010IL-LU, Hawaiian Islands,
Draw Exchanae 01
Ilin BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
AnJ their ajinti in
NEW VORK, ,
.Messrs J M. ROTHSCHILD 4 SONS,
;, " LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL IlANKINO CO,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL tUN'KINO CO..
C SYDNF.Y, SYDNEY.
The HANKS OF .NEW ZEALAND!
AUCKLAND, CIIRISrCHURCII, 4
r.IE DANKS OF URK ISII COLUMIHA,
VICTORIA, B.C, AND I'ORrLAND, OR.
Tittniitl a Gtnira'. iVanHur Dminttt.
pASTLB & COOKE,
Shtpjitng and Commtton Merehanlr,
No. So King Street ......Honolull
UirORYEES ANU UftAUtM IN
"he Hitchcock St, Company's Plantation.
'1 he Alexander A 1 laid win I'laiUtiun. ,
K. IUI.te.id, or Waialua i'Uutation.
A. II. Smith A Cumpanr, Koloa, Kauai.
). M. Alexander, Haiku, Mauu
The Haiku busar Company,
lh Kohala Sugar Lwmpanj.
Die Union Insurance Company ol San Franlcwo.
Che New Kniand Life lnuranc Company of ll-ttoti
the Hlake Manufacturing Company of lktun
O. M. Weston's Patient Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Pnlcet Line.
Ih Merchant'' Line. Honolulu and San Kranclnco;
Dr. Jaynes 4 So Celebrated Medicines.
Vilco Gibt's Sii..rr Manufacturing Company,
"Wheeler A WiijaW wi .t Machines. fvnr
G. W. MCtAftLANEt I'. R. MAlfARLANE.
3 W. MACFARLANB & CO.
Importer. Coram laa Ion Merchant
and Suffnr Ftmotore
Fire-proof Hut Ming. ...Queen street, Ilorvu'u.
Kilauea Su;ar Co, Kauai,
li Wailtapu hujj-r Plaucatloi
ihebetictr hucr Plantktiuii,
igiwnina sugur km, iiavki.i.
rlliclij buj,r At ill, Maui,
lutluautjar I'lantfetion, Maui.
ieciprucuy bujfar Cu., liana,
dakaha bugar Pianutiou, Oethu,
JJtala Suyar Co Hilo, Itawu.l,
Jtuwalu nuar Co. Haui,
tuuloa bhcvu Kanch Lo, Hawaii.
, howler Casbtcam Plow and TortaUe Tramway
tlrrtesi, Watsun Co's Sugar Machinery Clacow
ilafljow and Hunululu Line u( Puckcts
UwkxI vid Jlunolutu Lint uf l'ackrt,
Lundunttml Honululo Uneof bicQitts,
'tart Mr liisttraucwCo. uf La.fluf ' "
O. FOWLER & Co.,
Are prepared to furnish Vlan and Ettl
tnntrm fnr fiirtt
With or without Cars and omotives. Special!
ADAPTED 0R SL'GAR PL, STATIONS.
Pcrnunent KaiIw)L and Locomotives and cars, Trac
tlon Engines and KrjaU lxcvmutivcs, aicau
I'louRftinp and Cultivating Maihinciv. I'ori
alile Lngines (or all purpoM-s, Wutding
CalaloEUes with lllUBlralUjns, Models and Photo
:ratilis oltli. above I'taitttaiKl Machinery nuy be seen
it Ihe offices uf Ihe undersigned. W. L, tlKI.KN and
.1. W. MACKAKINKM.II., Aj.i.l. lor loo. Ko.
A I N B ft CO
HAVE A LARGE STOCK Of THE'
VRY BEST HAY, GRAIN, ETC.
wllcb Is offered st Ihe
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
tad delivered fret to any part of tha city.
Arents for the
1'aclflo Mutual Llfo Ilttutaite Co,
Agents for ibe HOOVER TCLt.PIIO.NC
Coaunlssioner of Deede for the Slau of CaltTsrula.
1FI.F.PII0NF. NO itMi-.r.
-THB GHNU.NK' ARTICLE.
COLUMBIA R1VEH SALMON
- Soimtm B.UisM, 1183 Cattk.
Just received from Portland, Oief en, by
. CASTLE COOKU
rosse Flab tart be re.'ied ;co ca r.'nt.CUit
-rill. BNTBKPRISB PLACING MILU
Alaeea Jr., sisae QvEwe St,
TELRrilONE No. jj.
C. J. Ilirdw, PrtoeUUr,
OOJf TKAOTQR tutt. SVUBOS
PlAAlaj-. Shaalar, T-ntif.
BAatJ -. Scroll SAwiaf, I
Doax, Stua, aOEVtW, Otor
m4 Wiad.w FrftM,
Mmrd m4 tojl Trot PTJ tor MmU,
MOLDINGS AND FI.NItUJ,
Alvaya t. ktaaL
sn i . an-i-.-i. '---'J illljrt1ll.
nievt.V-1 to. HMUiavi a4 w ttf
ei.aiEeta," tai svaifct.