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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 3, 1885.
Whole Numijer 227.
Volume v, Number 18.
A PA BAULK,
Being an Krpbtltlon of F.tteneanlrm.
Tki XtU, ir'H't tillitftVnmtn eLlft dieieei
III e--i Kingdim tail
A certain nobleman about to go
To a far country lliat he might receive
A klnplom for himself ami then return,
CalleJ hi ten servants, and to each of them
Entrusted ten pound, saying unto them
Use ye thl money till t come af-sln.
Note that these men were hli own servants.who
Dwelt In hit kingitom, anj not aliens,
Not enemiei. not strancers to hi law.
Theie servants of the Lord received the trust
Of tradinc with the trust-fund till he came
To make K!n fr '' Kingdom of their Lord,
Wherein they all were equal, and were free,
Hut for the duty which they owed to him.
There were some olher. not hit aervanti, who
Hated the common right which he ordained,
Seeking their own rile, selfish Interests.
Theie sent a message up to him, saying
We will not have this min reign oyer us.
And swiftly a weaver's shuttle flies
The days lapsed quietly away, away,
While some among his servants tealously
Employed the meani entrusted to their care.
And by Intelligent and faithful toll,
And large capacities for doing good,
So used the trust fund of their absent lord,
That etch ten pounds gained him another ten.
And some of equal teal and faithfulness.
But smaller In capacity and power?
Or.else less fortunate. n their attempts,
Calncd only five pounds for the commonwealth.
Hut one poor,little avaracious soul,
Mean, selfish, almost faithless, wanting love,
Too small and narrow In Ih: heirt and brain
To realize the fundamental truth
That what is best for All is best lor him,
And thinking that his own poor, pitiful,
Private ageranduemenl was of more worth
Than the high law which makes the commo
The chief concern of all men (if to live,
' Said to himself. " He is an austere man
That reapeth.where'he sowed not, taketh up
That which he laid not down; And if I toil
And by my diligence and paws get gain
The increase gocth to the common fund,
A 11 J addcth to the common wealth of all t
It is not mine: therefore I will not toil,
But live upon the earnings of the rest
That in his kingdom labor tealously
To make mankind all better, all alike,
Nor seeking personal aggrandisement,
Nor to exalt themselves alxjve the rest."
The small soul went, and in a napkin wrapped
The trust.fund safely, hid it in the earth.
And living In Inglorious idleness
Upon the toil of others, better men,
Waited the coming of his absent Lord.
And swiftly as a weaver's shuttle flies
The days lapsed quietly away, away,
And soon the master came again, and called
Ills servants and demanded an account
Of the trust.fund committed In their hands.
They who by real and diligence had gained
Ten other pounds, said "Lord behold thy
Gained other pounds, and here 1 bring thee
Then said the Lord, "Thou good and faithful
Because thou hast been faithful in the least,
I trust thee with yet Greater wealth. Rule thou
Over ten cities in my kingdom."
Then they that had made gain of only five,
Brought to the master all that they had made,
And the good Lord appointed them to rule
Ov?r five cities. So each servant came
And each received reward according to
At he had faithfully discharged his trust.
And last of all the pitiful, mean soul
Whose selfishness had led him to withhold
His care and labor from the common good,
Brought forth the trust-fund he had hid away,
Saying unto his much offended Lord,
"I knew thee for a man austere and hard
Reaping what thou hast sowed not, taking up
That which thou laidst not down. I was afraid
And went and hid my money in the earth.
Behold, thuu hast here that which is thine
Out of thine own mouth will I judge thee:
Knowing me for a Lord austere and hard,
Didst thou not give my money to a bank
That I might have my own with usury,
According to the wisdom of the world ?
For if thou wouldst not keep my king Jom'slaw
Thou shouldst at least have been as faithful as
The children of unrighteousness who toil
With selfish competition to make gain
Each for himself, not for the common good,
And caact usury In spite of God
Wjiosclaw condemns the base and selfish crime.
Take from him what he hath, and give to him
That hath gained ten pounds : for to.him that
Improved the fund committed to his care
By teat and wisdom lor the common good,
Shall more be given of the common fund,
That all the large capacities of men
May find loom for completes! exercise,
In tamest effort (or the good of all.
From him that hath done nothing far the all
Death shall strip off the little that he hath,
But those mine enemies who would not have
Me to reign over them, bring ye, and slay,"
What meant the rabbi by this parable ?
In the fourth century from Jesus Christ,
Young Julian, Rome's apostate emperor,
'Who sought to lead all mankind back again
Unto the worship of the idle gods,
Cited ibis parable against our Lord,
Saying that Jesus Christ of Natareth
Made hit salvation a commodity
Which Use rich aen purchase with their (old.
And Mjakw, that if pounds he held to mean
AH EacwneV, resources, energies,
4 By which one gaincth earthly power and
The truth remains unchanged, that our good
Peddles eternal life out unto men
Just In proportion at each nuketh gain,
Of gold, estate, tank, honors, offices.
la practice all the modern churches leach
The & imperial blasphemy. No priest,
Siaca the vile age of Constanttne, the Great,
bl which the Church of Christ wasoverthrown,
Math ever found an answer to the sneer ;
Aad aoa of them can answer it, because
Beth he and. hey commit the self tame fault
la aaeklng lo apply the parable
Which Jeaut spoke about the common church.
(Hit CuaBBtaalstlc Kingdom ncre on earth,)
To CoM(aaV(n'a accleuasticlsm;
Ca earning wtychlhe gieat apostle's sneer
U traa bayoad tit shadow of a do,ubt j
For it 'Salvatiiw" 11 put up for sale,
'- And aha rtapwtable anj rich J buy.
Bal CtoltiiM wwa who truly love the Lord,
- Aa4 kaov lit Hi "Glad Tidings to th
I bo such godtat, worldly creed,
Find In this parable the very heart
Of that divine, eiatted, tender love
Kor all the poor, who cannot buy "this world,"
Which render"! lalior s prolo-mariyr mute.
In Pilate's hall of judgment t and even yet
Shrouds with a mist of sorrow and of pain
The olive-trees in old Gethscmane,
Whither he went tor pray Almighty God
Tint by hh death and'passion all the poor
Might take Ills yoke on them, and learn of
How all the heavy-laden m-iy find rest,
Here, in this weary, burdened, hopeless world.
Kor Jesus Christ died to redeem mankind
Not with mere figurative speech, nor In
Some dim, Intangible, vain life to come,
Concerning which He taught no more than
That a right life here In this present world
Will tilotom Into better life be)ond.
None but the "Icarn'd ecclesiastics" think
Thst a Divine Man who so loved the poor
That He would live and die for them, could
The multitudes oppressed and sorrowful
Without revelling some redeeming truth,
Dy whlehjo guide the groaning world unto
A Uctiertife now in this present time.
O, brothers, ye whose weary shoulders bear
The burden of this wretched, toilsome life,
Let ut discard the targumtof the text t .
Which Constantino's; ecclesiastics writ,
And learn what holy lesson our dear Lord,
The friend of poor men, taught us In this
Observe ye that His "enemies" are those
Who cleave unto the custom of "this world."
Maintain its laws concerning property,
And all the incidents of pagan life,
Whose class-distinctions range from Royalty,
To abject, hopeless slavery and wrong.
Therefore whoever shs.ll maintain the right
To acquire, hold, and trammitjpropertv
In offices, prerogatives, estates,
Is the sworn enemy of Jesus Christ,
No matter by what name he calls himself,
Even though he be a Roman pope, or be
Protestant doctor of diwnity,
Ilecause the sure foundation which Christ laid
For His own kingdom was the communism
Which had its roots In the Mosiac Law,
In the great statutes of "The Lord's Release."
"The year of Jubilee," and those against
"Usurs," "Slavery," and avarice ;
Wise statutes which the Holy Prophet taught
To be but typical of Christ's own law,
And which our Lord declared to be fullfilled
In his own kingdom, where the Holy Ghost
Ordained its first, organic law to be
That those who do believe must hold all rights,
All property in common ; as they ilid
Till Constanttne subverted the True Church.
Observe ye that the other class of whom
The parable Is spoken, all of them,
Arc .true believers, Christian men, Christ's
And all of them are faithful to the trust
Which he committed to their hands, but one.
This one was guilty of no wickedness
Except that he would live in idleness,
Because no Christian in the one true Church
Could have the private title to his wealth,
flut must hold all in common : whence aur
faaid, Pray )c daily for your daily bread ;
A prayer tint in a rich man's mouth is but
Blasphemous mockery of Jesus Christ.
Observe ye that thee servants of the Lord
Were In His Kingdom, here in earth and time.
And that the recompense of faithfulness
Was giu-n to them in this present world.
Our Lord ordained His Kingdom for this life ;
The notion that His truth referred alone
To the vast issues of the life to come
And not to temporal, earthly qm eminent
Of Jesus ocr His own living church,
Is but a lie of crafty Constantine,
Who saw that in the triumph of the truth
Jesus would be the bnly King of Men,
No place being left for human tyrannies.
Observe that they who used all dilligcnce
To add unto the trust-fund for the good
Of all believers in the kingdom, gained
The love and confidence of all ; and so
The men that prosed themselves most worthy
Most honest, faithful, capable and wise,
Were trusted with still larger means for good
At must Inevitably come to pass
In any pure community of men
Where mammon is no longer god of all.
And so the sneer of the Apostate has
No truth nor force against the words of Christ
But strikes ecclesiasticsm square
Upon its lying lips and braten cheek.
Observe ye that the Kingdom of the Lord
Was for the temporal welfare of all men,
And that He pledged His ownDivtnity
That His (ruth, faith and communism, would
All peoples who might build their lives thereon.
Brothers, for fifteen centuries the church
Has vainly labored lo regenerate
And save the world as Jesut Christ required,
Only because the pagan Constantine
Cast out the Communism of the Lord
That he, and other tyrants might reign still
In spite of Jctut and His truth divine)
Vet the church preaches a half-gotpcl, Faith,
After to many centuries of woe.
Brothers, ye seek throughout all Christendom,
To save all mankind Irom wretchedness and
Upon the basis of the other half
Of Christ's redeeming Gospel Communism.
Brothers, I certify you in the names
Of Moses, nd the prophets, and of Christ,
That true religion and true liberty,
The God-ordained and undying rights of man,
Securing equal justice for all men,
Cannot exist upon the dreary world
Until ai'aln inmetlnlr?. somehow. inmewHrt.
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Both halves of the Glad-Tidings shall be
And oatragej labor shall be wise enough
To build its rights on the foundation laid,
By our best friend, our Saviour Jesus Christ,
W hlch basis is but "Faith" and "Communism."
Ah, Brothers, if ye think that )our own creed.
Set forth in "Manifestoes" to the world
It some new, potcnt'all redeeming truth
Which wilt sate labor from the Usurers,
Ye are at Ignorant of what Christ taught
At ordinary priests and mlnittcrt t
Because thlt try truth which ye proclaim
Is but the tap-root ol the Mosiac Law,
Which leaved and blossomed in the promise
Made by the ancient prophecies, and bore
Its beautiful fruits in Christ's own Kingdom
Tilt login Constantine cut down the tree
Without, this truth the word of God 1 sain
At " talc of the Arabian Nights," and all
The rrcordt of lb human race are folte,
A'atkam C A'tut in St Fnntiu Truth.
Vera Kigucr, lately condemned to death at
St, Petersburg, It described at of rare beauty.
She Is, and Rat bceu active In cunspiiacic
socialism-pro as it coy.
The Parttlan Workman.
Last evening, at seven o'clock, coming
back from a short walk on the acnue
of the Champs Klysccs, and trying to
spin out the fresh air while sheltered
from the rain by the arcades of Rivoli
Street, I was standing at a shop window
running my eye over a frame full of
little photographs, perhaps a hundred,
almost all of which were kings or nobles
of France. As I scanned one after an
other, now amused to think how the
artists had conjured up the faces for
themsches, now sad at the thought of
these scoundrels in high places, a work
man in his blouse came along, an in
tclligcnt man, perhaps about forty-five
jears old, and, as he saw the assembled
princes, made a severe remark upon
"those miserable wretches."
"Ohflsaid, "but 'there is Mir.v
beau UTth"efc7at any rate." Of ctslrsc,
in saying this, it was not my desireto
exalt Mirabcati or to condone his pri
vate vices or public faults; it was 'simply
thafj with a certain innate weakness for
trying to find the more agrccuble points
of a subject, I wished to give this man
a crumb of comfort. At the same time
I turned and began to walk with him,
since our way lay in the same direction.
W'e walked and talked perhaps ten
or fifteen minutes, until we had
reached the end of the arcades at
the street of the Louvre, going slowly,
and stopping cery now and then for
emphasis.- It was an odd thing; for to
this man I was one of the class that he
was berating, and here we were, going
along, shoulder to shoulder, talking as
hard as it we were old school friends.
"Oh I Mirabcati," he replied, "was
one of the same wretches we havenow
ada)s. That is to say, he worked for
the empire of the middle classes." By
middle classes here, or bourgeois, the
boroughers, he meant the well-to-do,
opposed, on the one hand, it is true, to
the ancient nobility, but as distinctiy
opposed to the workmen of to-'day.
The middle classes, in his view, were
the masters, the employers, the capital
ists, the bankers, and the so-called
men of the private means, who live by
cutting ou coupons. My argument
hcre.as, indeed, thoughout, was that
there had been a change for the better,
and that this change was a constant
one. "No, it was the nobles then, and
it is the middle classes now. The
workman have no chance."" In the
course of this religion came up some
how or other. "Religion," he said bit
terly, "is all a cheat, whether the priests
or the ministers or whatever it may be.
It all belongs to the old course of affairs.
We have got beyond that now." I re
plied : "It seems to me, nevertheless,
that there is a certain basis for this mat
ter of religion. Takeaway the priests,
and the ministers and the people will
set up some for themselves." "Well,
then," he said, let every one pay for his
own. If 1 want fic cent's worth of
bread and I pay for it, all right ; and
if someone else wants five cent's worth
of religion, all right ; but let him pay it
for himself." And there he was right.
The state must let religion alone, and
leave the pay of priests, ministers, and
churches to .the people themselves.
Remember this man was not talking
lightly ; was not scoffing, as it is called,
Everything with him came down to his
struggle for life, and to his' sense of
right, and he was talking from his
heart. That was his notion of religion,
as it had been brought before him.
The government included for him
all authority, The laws, the courts of
justice, the police were as much the
government as Ferry or Grevy. " See
how they punish the little thieves. If
a man steals a few cent's worth he is
put in prison for six months. But if he
is able to wheedle himself into favor, he
gets a good place and he steals thou
sands. And if a man tries to kill a
policeman one of these policeman
that murder the workmen they sen
tence him to death and they give the
policeman thai murders the workman a
decoration." That is, they give him an
order; make it possible for him to wear
a bit of ribbon and a medal on his coat
front " And, talking about murdering
look how they are acting. A heavy sen
tence for a man who tries to kill one
man here, and they, instead of attend
ing to the troubles of the wotkmcriiaC
home,-go off to Tunis, and now
Plilnrl AH 1-1 nsltPllikV lilt tywltFAsle?
China, and murder hundreds.
He persisted that tilings were worse
than they were sixty years ago and I
declared the contrary; " l'aticnce 1 Who
is to have patience? Look at me I My
wife is in the hospital, and I hae a
struggle to get bread for the hungry
children at home. And who can take
care of them ? It is all very well to
say that things will be better a hundred
)ears htnee for some people whom we
are not in the least acquainted with;
but that docs not give us bread now."
When I asserted that there were some
few-honest men, he waxed more earnest,
and said that I would not find them in
the government. " You will find more
of them amongthe workmen than among
me. Uy an honest man I mean one
who ha come to be, let us say, twenty
five yean old, and has not taken any
thing that does not belong to him.
You aill not find many of them." I
remained firm in the declaration that
still there were some, and that the nec
essary thing in national questions was
calm persistence in urging the right.and
then patience. Conceding that the in
dividual must hac bread and work at
the instant, I insisted upon it that the
questions which involved millions of
men could not be solved in a moment,
that no one knew the solution, and that
we must study and try what was possl
bte. And wc said "good night."
Cut away from that man the externals
that shock jour delicate nmctcenth-ccn
tury sense of perception, and you have
the old story from the time of Jesus,
What this man wants is, in the first
place, the relief of the poor, the chief
external aim of the prophet of Nazareth,
nnrl. in tlip second nl.ice. the retail of
' ' ' -
strict right, the chief internal aim ofJ
that prophet, only that the Parisian has
been so overwhelmed by the hypocrisy
of the, Pharisees that he has thrown all
religion overboard. As in all cases, so
here the criminals join the revolution
ists, discontented, and crimes such
as those noted above arc a natural result
of the combination. Such crimes, how
ever, must not blind us to the ele
ments of natural justice which lie at the
basis of the wishes of the poor of Paris,
and must not prevent us from recogniz
ing the honesty, the sincerity, and the
correctness of purpose which arc found
in many of the most earnest supporters
of the Commune. Correspondence oj
New York Independent.
Labor and Capital from a Xoelattlt't
Standpoint. What fa .Snelullaiii t
I am often lead to wonder by the
criminal apathy of so many of those
whom the world knows as wage-earners
whether they comprehend in the re
motest degree the hopeless condition
into which the present social system
holds thetu as a class. The wage class
appears to me like a poor, miserable
old horse constantly climbing a tread
mill. The poor old horse thinks
maybe he can walk off the front end
of the machine if he only walks fast
enough, but the faster he walks the
faster the treadle goes, but he remains
in the same place and his wretched old
bones ache all the more at night for
his trying to walk off the machine.
The wage-system of to-day is a tread
mill as long as the infernal machine
lasts, those who have to hire tlieivselvcs
out by the day, week or month to
those who control all the natural re
sources from which wealth is drawn,
just so long will this class of tho com
munity be simply treaders of the mill ;
and when Death claims them as his
own they will find themselves just
where they were when they began life,
so far at least as the possession of this
world's goods is concerned. The
workings of economic laws under the
wage-system make it absolutely impos
sible for the wage class to accumulate
enough to last them three months. Let
every wage-worker in Amercia stop
work, and inside of three months every
dollar's worth of wealth they now as a
class possess will have passed into the
hands of the capitalists class. What
would follow were wc to take -the ad'
vice of amateur labor reformers (were
it possible) and save half (or any por
tion of) our wages with the hope of
accumulating enough to buy land and
capital sufficient to become our own
employers and to produce our own
wants and by that means abolish the
wage system ? This is really what a
large number of so-called labor re
formers advocate. Now in order to
save half the wages we now earn, we
must consume first one-half less than
we now do, because we now consume
all we earn. If we hereafter consume
half we now do, it will cut off the de
mand for the labor that now produces
that half, and the competition among
wage-workers for the privilege of pro-
ducirg the half that would then be
consumed would be greatly increased,
and wages would inevitably decline to
that point where it would be impossi
ble for us to save enough to accomplish
the object sought But even admitting
we could save half the wages we now
cafrf for the,'iurpose of buying land
ana capital, is it not piain mat me in
creased demand for these thincs would
iphe prices "ttf, high as to defeat our
tV cWjtJlATq abolish the wage system, or
aVJi.tkasl mam f. TA . .sue. ll a A. ... I...aa. aL .
to airsLconsidcrable degree better the
condition of the wage class so long at
the prevailing property s stem continue!,
is just as impossible as it is to lilt one's
self by his boot-straps. It it true that
a small portion of the wage class can
better their condition or lift themselves
out of wage-slavery by the saving pro
cess, but my idea of the labor move
ment is of a broader character
than thaL It means to liberate aJJ the
wage slaves by abolishing the wage
system. It means what Garrison meant
when he started the movement to liber
ate the chattel slaves, to make a clean
sweep of the whole affair. It would
not have been an anti-slavery move
ment at all if it had aimed to free only
a few slave. The institution of chattel
slavery was a human curse, and to place
it where it would do no harm was to
abolish it entirely. To put the ituU
(Continued on Fourth Pack.)
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AM Utaim, Jettry Mmd, M Oeat.r tsasti
Watches Cvalally tUfami and Wan-aased.
M JaWWWaW rnNft
No. So HTn- Stbut.
- S. McDUFFEE.
OAHVESTEH ASD 1WILDE11.
TELEPHONE, NO. 364.
H Indmtllt ererteit and Jlepalmt.
BY" THE DAY
IN ANY PART OP THE
.wiiitr.sa vnimvri.r ATTExntitt to.
Shop at ray renlttattoa, Wntklkl road,
aitar Snnny South,"
Town orders miy be left at the office of
A. F. COOKE,
' Queen Street,
rTnrcAnnrfcer nrnJ Jeteeler,
Wtttolt repairing mad ts Speciality.
Atl ordera from tha othet itlamls promptly attended to.
No J5, lloTL&TRrirrKVr('.,.HoNoLitu, II. I.
iSo-iyr r fy'jf
PBIRCB Co. g.
Chandler1 "imA Cot
'rW ivL $
Guni ww rionbTttwicrt Jind Per
Aeentl for Rrand'
ry Davis' Tain Killer.
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
tleneral Mereantlleand Commleafon Agenta
Quiin Street, Honolulu.
Officers P. C Jones, Jr., preildent and manager J
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary, Directora :
Hon. Charles R. Ilishop and II. A. 1. Carter; Henry
May, auditor. i3
T YCAN ft CO,
Importer and Dealer Ih nil kind of
Stutle Ooodt, Faney flood,
Nos. 103 and to; Fort Striet Honoluli
Fprmture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
Healer tn Lumber and atl kind of Build'
ing Material, 1'alnt; Oil, Kail, etc.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
ARENTS Or SCHOONERS
Haleakala, Knlamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary EUen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl,
At Robinson's Whirf. 1
PHILLIPS ft Co.
Importer and Wholeate Dealer tn Cloth'
ng, lloot; Hhoet, Hat, Men' Fur-
ntantng ttooua, Taney uooa, j-.ro.
Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu
Tiyr w. McCHESNEY ft son,
Leather, Hide, Tallow and Commlfton
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 41 Queen Street Honolulu
TITONG LEONG A Co.
AgmtB for Moanul Sugar, Valama litem
Awl Ka.lua Rice Plantation and Mill.
Nuuanu Strrkt... Corner Marine
Importer and Healer In Bantu-are, Cut
Taints and Ods. and General Merchandise.
No. 37 Fort Stikkt Honolulu
T M. OAT, JR., CO. -
Stationer anil Xeic Beater.
lied Rubber Stamn Aaeneu
Gajittis IIlock. No. s Merchant Strut
eo3 Honolilu, If. I.
Importers and dealers Iq Hay and Grain and General
Honolulu..,, .. .
House and Styn Palntert
Paper Hanoir, etc,
No. 107 Kino Strrkt,,, Honolulu
JlK S. GRINBAUM Lo.
Importer and Whotttato Healer Its m
raf JffrcAaiuf ec
Makik's IIlock Quiin Striit, Honolulu
S. GRINBAUM It Co.
Farmtrdtng and Commlulon Merchant,
si. California St. San Francisco.
Socclal facilities for and uuticular attention paid 10
consimtnenta of bland nroduce. a
O J- LEVHY & CO.,
SfAOf.MI. ana ftefrst urorera.
Fort Strsit ... Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions ol all kinds on hand and
wilt La sold at th. low.! market ralea.
Goods delivered lo an) pari of tha city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will I
given lo the same. lii.tv
A s. cleohorn a Co.
XasjMH.r and IDeaUr Its Crural Mer
Aaaulfe Comer Queen and Kaahuaumi Streets, Honolulu.
UmI tried Shmnkr,
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No, 114 FoT St., orroilTR Panthion Starlrs.
Jeweler and ili.Mt.ti4 Setter,
No6o, Nuuanu Strut, IIonolvlu, II.
(Opposite HoIUater Co ),
Particular attention paid to repairing.
Importer of tleneral Merchandise from
France,, ttngland, Germany and
the United Stat.
No. j (Juiin Strut . -,..Honoli'
116 anp 11J California Strut. ...San Frarciko
Particulsr attention, paid to filling and shipping Is
laud orders. S
- B. WILLIAMS,
Itiro.rR AND PlAUIg IN
FurnUur, of Retry Brlptlen. At
Vphelmttrer ass4 Manufacturer.
Furnitur. Warerootua No. 109 Fort Street. Work
shop at old stand an Hotel btret All order I promptly
W, RICHARDSON ft Ctj
Imi-osFbrs AND DlAUlM) IN
Itw, FumUhlmf Head, Mai,
Cap, XruaJu, YalUe;
PS-rftunenr sv Soaps Walthua Watches,
Flu. Jewelry, etc,
Co.me Foar and Mucuant Struts, Honolllv
5rtffrrmlrpr Flag of alt "DfacHjifiori
tnnr naif repaired. "
Honolulu . , , . , , .11. 1
I.efl In A. F. CooVe'i new fireproof bulldlnibot ol
Nuiiann Street. "a!
Importer and Heater In illaineare,
.Ticririrft nurrrvf rrr rrfirr,
No. 44 Fort Sister (Wonolvlu
Kifts's Combination Spectacles ami EyeflaMes,
Luitral Wire Ware, Fancy Soar, Plctur Frames, r
toll, Wotenholm'a rocket Cutler-, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domeitic" Paper I aihlons.
Sole aitent of the universally acknowledged Light
Kunnln Dometttc Sewin Marhlne
O HALL. SON
IMrORTIRS AND DtAUM IN
llmrdtrare and (lenerat Merrhandtte,
CORNsa or Kino anii Font STatrT, IIonouiu
William W. Hall . Preildent and Manager
t C Abies . .Secretary and Treaiurer
W. 1. Allen.. Auditor
Director Thomas May E.O.White. it
P A. SCHABPBR Ik Co.
Importer and Commlflon Merchant;
Merchant Street, , . ..Honolulu
P P. ADAMS,
.1 utttoneor and Cammttton Merchant.
Queen Street, , Honolulu
-s C. COLEMAN,
Plantation Machinery, etc.
next to Castle Ik Cooke's.
Shop on King Street
Healer In Hru Hood, nice, Tea, Milk and
raney ttooa, itaie, jtootm ana
Hhoet, Jlratt, Feed and Flour,
Cigar and Tobacco.
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, c.wa, and lleela.
NUUANU AND ClIAILAIN SrT .,, HONOLULU
T WILLIAMS, ,
J Photographic Artlt,
103 and 104 Fort Street . . .Honolulu
Pictures of all sires and kinds made to order, and
frames of all descriptions constantly on hand. Also
Corals Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific.
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Commtaaion Merchant,
Heaver Block, Qursn Stlekt, Honolulu.
e.l.a t 1?.. -..... G.li UhI C.aiai ah.l t"!naft
tSsiaca VI ruiliituic, triUVKf IUI Sikis atuu vv.ivi.i
Merchandise ttromotlv attended to. Sole agents for
American and Luropean merchandise, f J. Lyons.
tasyr i ij. mtoi
'pHEO. H. DAVIES ft Co.
(L.ATK ANION, URBRN lO.J
Importer and Cotntntaaton Merchant,
Lloyd's ttnd the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Infiiiance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company.
Watchmaker, JeteeUr, Engraver, and
No. in FortStbrst Honolulu
All orders faithfully executed. 3
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Knginc, Hotter, Sugar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Catting
Honolulu . ............ - ...... ., .H.I
Machinery of every description made to order,
Particus&r attention paid to Ship's Ulacksnuthlng.
job wosk eaecuted on the shortest notice. 10
B. McINTVR ft BROTHER,
Grocery and Feed Store.
Con. Kino and Fort Sts ..Honolulu
J BMMBLUTH & Co.,
Tlntmlth and number; Healer In
Store; Range; Tin,
No. Kiiuanu Strut , Honolulu
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Sl-ccissors to Liwirs & Dickson,)
Importer and Healer In Lumber ami all
kind of Building Material.
Fort Strut,., ...Honolulu
Tin, Copper mnd Sheet ran ttorker.
Store and Range.
of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish
ing gooas, cnanaeitcrt, lamps, etc.
No. S Kaaiivsianu Strut..,, Honolulu
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER It Co.
Importer and Commlulon Merchant.
Honolulu Oahu. H I.,
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security' Apply to wTl. GREEN,
Office Dearer Block, Fort St. Manager
TT HACKFBLD ft Lo.
fl.neral CoittmUelon Agent;
THB GBRMANIA MARKET.
110N01ULV, ii s.
Reef, Veal, Mutton, Lam, Poultry
Constantly on hand, and of choicest quality.
Sausages, Ilolognat, etc always on hand. Our r
are all cut and put up In Eastern style. All o
out ud in Kauem eivM. All cedert
fauhlutlr attended to, and delivered in any part of the
city. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
btraess. (40.6ml G. KAUPP, Proprietor.
CfmmUolen Merchant and OeH.ml Healer
1 las Hry Ofdt,
Wailuicu, Mali, tt. ,;,, . ...II. I
Gmcetay.1 Hardware, Sulionery. Patent Msdiclnes,
Perfuns.ry.isd Olasswart 1
1UTKS. THOMAS LACK,
IN-CiaxaR AND DIALRR IN
Part; Attachment; OU and Aeiirle.
AtltNT SOR Till ,
Whits wdtk. UcHTRuiiRa Niw llous Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind.
CortkelTl htUl, la sfl ooUs Hid lieu I
Bssrbow's Lhwa lluead,
CUiklO. N. T. Machine Cotton.
itmt. Dfmtrtitt KiliMt Cut JMftr Mm
Dealer la Rirua,
Ot'Nt atal Ssortino Goods,
Shot, Puwdm, Cars.
and Marraiuc Cairuwaa.
aamwtmxu steruM. t
Sewlng-Matlibe, Uch and Gun Rep-tlnaf prctnpsly
(SHOP ft CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ilans.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA?
. SAN FRANCISCO.
And Ihtir'agenn In
Mesrs.N M. ROTHSCHILD ..SONS,
Thef;oMMr.RCIAL IUNKINO CO,
OF SYDNRY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL nAVKtNtCO..
OF SYDNEY, SYDNKr.
The HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND:
. ANDWELLINOTON .
THE RANKS OF IIRIflSII COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, ll.C AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tramatt a Gtntrnl Banting ttmimtu,
fASTLB ft COOKE,
Hhipping nnti CotnmtsloH MrJkmnts0
NO. 80 KlNtlSTRKIT , .. , ,,..,,t.,HoHOLMtL
iMrOKTKRS AND D BALMS IN
The Hitchcock fc Company's Plantation
The Alcmnder ft 11 Aid win Plantation.
K. lUHtead, or Walalua Plantation,
A. II, Smith ft Company, Koloa. Kauai.
J. Me Alexander, Haiku, Maul
Th Haiku Sugar Company.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franlcsco.
The New England Life lntutanct Company of Boston
The niakt Manufacturing Company of Bonton
u. jm. wetton a rat en t centrifugal Macntne.
The New York and Honolulu Ppcket Line,
Ihe Merchant's J Ant, Honolulu and San Frandtcot
Pr. Jaynes & Sou's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox k Gibh't Singer Manufacturing Company,
Wheeler ft Wilwn's bcint Machines. i-vtvr
& W, MACrAKLANf. M. R. HACPARLAMI.
Q. W. MACPARLANB ft CO.
Importer. Commitloa MrokaaU,
and Sacr Fsiotor.
Fire proof Build ing r . , . . . . . . , Queen street. If ooolala
Kilauea Sugar Co, Kauai,
The Wallcapu Sugar Plantation, Maul. V
The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii. r
Honohina Sugar Co, Hawaii. '
Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui,
Huelo) Sugar Plantation, Maul,
Reciprocity Sugar Co., liana,
MaVaha Sugar plantation, Oahu,
Ookala Sugar Co- llilo, Hawaii,
Olowalu Sugar Co Maul,
Iuuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii.
J. Jowler tfcCo's Steam Plow and Potable Tramway
Mlrrleu, Watson k Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow'
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
bun rjre Insurance Co. of London,
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co.,
Are prepared to furntth Flan and Bert
mate for 8td
With or without Cars and Locomotive., Special!
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and out, Trac
lion engines and kosui Locomotives, aieant
nl O r.l.! . tt.t t,....
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Phot..
graphs of the above rlants and Machinery may be ssmo
at the offices of the undersigned. W. U GREEN and
O. W. MACFAKLANE & CO , Agents for J no. Fow.
'HB BNTBRPRISB PLANING MILL.
Alakia St., niar'Quun St.'
TELEPHONE No. j.
C, J, Hard.., Proprietor,
CONTRACTOR tuad rnVtUtEM, ,"
PUnlnr, Shaping, Tumla,, "
Band and Scroll StMrinf , 5$s
Doors, Saab, Bliads, Door ' JM
and Window PraaMC,
Brackets, Uuiistefs, J
Hard and Soft Tree Woed lak, ' 1
MOLDINGS AND FINISH, .V
Always on hind. Tl
All orders filled oattvtei notice, ud toVbitut, prasspsty
attended to. MwilrMayiatwU 10 any patter, wklw.
fstntcharga for knives. le-tsr
A I N g ft CO
MAVI A LARCI STOCK Of TM
vxmr but hay, msaiv, in.
which Is oSVred at the ,
LOWEST MARKET RATBS.
and deh vere4 free to any part of the city.
Agenlt for the
Pactfte Mutual IAf Inturane, C.
Ag.ot. for te HOOVER TEt.KPMONK.
Commluioiier of Deeds for )he State of Cwlltsraas.
TELEPHONE NO i4Mi-tl.
'HE OKNUINB ARTICLE
COLUMUIA RIVER SALMON
Jtiss received froeu Porlltad, Orageti, hy
CASTLE k COOKB
TDM. riak tarn rswWd Itpttl at.
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