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Volume v, Number 22.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 31, 1885.
Whole Numiier 231.
"Halurdnu Apernoon. '
Miss Hird, in those flowing senten
ces of hers, that fall so musically on the
ear, speaks of Hilo as the place where
it is always Saturday afternoon. Just
what that may mean for hef, ling
li.li born, I do not know. Hut for mc,
of N'cw-Kngland birth, it is full of pleas
ant memories. My eyes never rest upon
that expression in her psjes,but at once
the long interval of years slip away,aml
1 am bark in my Ncw-Kngland home
once more, in the vdry midst of the
thrift ahd energy and industry of that
childhood life. Will you go with me
into one of those "Saturdiy Afternoons,"
and gather up with me those fragrant
memories, fresh and vivid still, though
the dust of so many years has been
gathering about them ?
Hut first of the Saturday morning.fbr
like everything else peace payYitTpricc.
We cannot have the "sweet kiss of
meeting," you know, without the "fare
well." "Kor the sweet U of meeting,
Kor the height of the mountain,
For walking in heaven,
With the first peep of dawn then, the
whole household is astir, and the sun
has hardly entered upon his daily march
when the wholesome breakfast is eaten,
and familyworshipdccorously observed,
and the successive duties of the morn
ing marshalled into lines. In these, no
child so small that she cannot bear her
part. Servants arc not known in an
old fashioned kitchen like this. Upon
the alert mother devolves the rcsponsi
bility of directing and planning. With
her clear brain and skillful hand, the
programme of the' day unrolls itself,
without unnecessary friction, or waste
of nerve or muscle. The great knead
ing trays of dough, set to rise over night
and now all ready for her dextrous
manipulations, the pot of beans, in
separable from the Sunday breakfast,
the squash pies, and loaves of spicy
ginger-bread that go to fill the great
brick oven, speak an abundant and de
licious feast that leaves no want un
supplied. Kor through the long sum
mer sabbath day the command " thou
shah do no work" is taken literal!), and
the fire that goes out after breakfast is
not relighted till Monday morning.
That great brick oven what a fear
ful and wonderful thing it was in m,y
childhood's eyes! Into the depths of that
vast cavern,whilc my older brothers fed
the flames with heavy cord-wood sticks,
and while the fireragedhottcrandhotter,
I stood and peered with an awed fancy,
always, picturing the scripturcof Daniel
in the fiery furnacc,and imagining that
in just such a furnace as this and among
just sucli glowing embers, the sacred
prophet walked unharmed.
At length comes the auspicious mo
ment, when, every thing being ready,
the coals and ashes arc neatly swept
out, and on the hot floor and far into
the datk depths of the oven the de
licious loaves, the pies and cakes, pan
dowdy and pot of beans are stowed
away, and the big iron door .shut and
securely wedged in place, by and by to
reopen and display the tempting viands,
which, upon the spotless shelves in the
ihady pantry, shall await their turn to
Then what scrubbing of unpaintcd
kitchen tables, and what scouring of
reluctant tins, what sweeping and dust
iug, and setting to rights till the last
touch is given, and even the mother's
critical eve is satisfied that no speck nor
stain, tiniest film of cobweb, nor trail
of buzzing fly remains to mar the spot
less purity of the whole.
Then comes on the well-cat ned Satur
day afternoon, when over all the house'
a stillness settles down, and through
shaded windows and open doorways,
steals the soft air of the summer day.
Then the mother, with a sigh of su
preme satisfaction.takes hervvork basket
to the vine-shaded porch to complete
the last few sticlies of the week's mend
ing, a missing button, a parted seam ;
crimping with dainty care the fresh
linen ruffle, and setting it with loving
smile into the little jacket, ready for
the morrow ; while the children, cleanly
washed and dressed, play-vvith subdued
oices in the cool grass outside, gather
ing in tin cups the toothsome seeds of
the mallows, which to this day are "fairy
cheeses' to me, or making fragrant bou
quets, for the " front room" mantel
piece, of the spicy cinnamon roses that
hang inwa)ward clusters out the door
yard fence. .
And so the bright sunset comes on,
when, all tokens of secular toil laid
aside, the household gathers for an
hour's study of the Westminister Cate
chism. Then at the throne of grace
all kneel, while the father, a man some
what stern of mien and of few words,
lifts up a reverend supplication, with
thanks for mercies past and confession
o.f un worthiness. letups arc not
lighted on Saturday; gradually the
long twilight deepen, young voices
grow- hushed, and at last the stillness
and peace of the restful night gather
down, ushering in (he holy Sabbath
day, Who doe not know that It is
" from such New Knglanii homes as
btc are gathered the stalwart char
acters, that today from pulpit and
Christian newspapers arc swaying the j
minds of men and voicing the putcst
thought and loftiest purposes of our
native land ?
Coming back to our Hilo, Saturday
afternoon, we think that a discordant
note has penetrated its quiet, which
Miss Hird herself would admit were
she describing it today. Into this
paradise of stillness and leisure have
entered the loquacious hen and the
irrepressible chanticleer to such an ex
tent that it has about come to this,
cither they or we must leave, which
they certainly show no disposition to
do. That strutting, boastful fellow-
standing just outside my verandah and
eveing mc with such lordly impudence
if he mfist crow, why will he not go
into sotne distant corner of the garden
and do it ? Hut he will not. There he
stands, just out of arms' reach, and
crows, and crows, and crow si He says,
as plainly as any rooster could : " 1
think it is magnificent to crow ou
don't seem to like it what can be the
matter ?" I flourish rny pen at him, he
does not see it, I say " shoo I shoo I"
he will not shoo. Hut he crows again,
such a nerve-torturing, rasping crow I
I shake my handkerchief frantically at
him ; he winks, but he docs not move,
and he crows again 1 Then I take off
my slipper and fling it at him. Hut it
does not hit him. A woman never
can hit an) thing. My slipper shies olT
into the wet grass, and the rooster
crows again. I am sure he chuckles
besides. Then in wild despair I hop
ingloriously out on one foot, replace
the lost missile, and bearing down upon
my tormentor, drive him from the pre
mises. But he knows, and I know,
that he will come again. It is only a
question of time. He never gets dis
couraged. He never gets hoarse.
He means to convert me. Something
in me is wanting, till I can be educated
to appreciate that crow.
For a brief moment however, there
is a truce. Stillness reigns, it is "Sat
urday Afternoon, " How gracefully
jonder bamboos droop,and how stately
the poise of those royal palms I How
the lights and shadows chase each
other over that green lawn, and what
an enchanting picture meets the c)e
through that vista of mango trees, and
bread fruits and cocoa nut palms, lead
ing the vision up to the snowy crest of
Manna Kea, forty miles aw ay I
Anil now, just as J clip my pen m
ink lor a iresh start, a siiaucn panic
breaks out in the noultrv yard. Mis-
tress Hiddy begins it. My Lord Dork-
ing answers laik. Others join in, and
in half a minute it is a bedlam of noise
and confusion and riot. To think is
out of the question, while the whole
air is full of such a fljing artillery of
sound. Of course I know nothing of
the rights of the case. It ma be a
female sufforagc convention, a protest
against the new corn laws, or a temper
ance reform. Hut never did female
convention hold stormier discussion.
All the neighboring yards wake up,and
rush into the heat of argument. I am
sure I can hear the resonant outer)1 of
gallinacious mothers in Puao, across
the Wailuku river. In fact, it seems
as if the electric sympathy, started in
this corner of my domicile would never
end." Picket guards pass it on to fron
tier sentries, and through the gulches
toOnomea on one side, and over the
cane fields to l'una and Kau on the
other, I can fancy the indignant pro
test goes on and on, till the circuit is
complete, and all Hawaii is girdled
with the outcry of faction and tumult.
When at last it dies away, my philan
tropic rooster has come round again,
levels a wicked t:eat me, stands on
one foot, and fires off another trow I I
am hit fatally. Chanticleer is master of
the field, and I have retreated I
I remember, when I first came to
Honolulu, entering one of the pretty
jurlors with their ever open doorwavs I
spied a hen sitting immovable in one
of the rocking chairs. Soon the l.uly
of the house came in, and seeing the
hen drove her out cry much as if she
had been a cat. There on the cushion
was a fresh laid egg, which she took up
with a gratified smile and held in her
hand while she conversed with me.
Possibly there is a hint here for the
frugal housekeeper. Might not hens be
educated to go to the egg-basket in
stead of the rocking-chairs, which would
be bringing their eggs to a quick
In a home of my own I have alwas
been victimiied by the hens. They
know 1 cannot do Ytithoui them, and
from the first have taken every advan
tage of the situation. One night I
found Dame Hiddy had chosen one of
my picture frames as her rooiing-
place, nor could I make her see that I
had any claims superior to her own.
She left at last but under protest, scold
ing me all the way.
In my chicken family to day is a per
fect bugaboo of a mischief maker whom
the children call Chee. Chee was de
serted by his mother at his birth, Kor
could I blame her for that. For three
long weeks, through many a dripping
rln, had Je patieptly waited for her
first brood, full of maternal joys and
anticipations. 'J'he encj p( it all was,
this one feeble, wee chick. She had
expected a do7cn at least, litre was only
one, a screaming thing, not worth the
raising. She deliberately left it, and
strange to say, it did not die, hut grew
and throve. Of cousc it became a nui
sance, was under everybody's feet, en
tercd the house through every open
door and window, and recklessly helped
itself to.cvcry fresh pie or loaf, left un
guarded in the pantry. Only the child
rens' misplaced fondness saved the
wretched sinner from a hundred deaths.
They always apologised for Chee, be
cause he had never had n hen mother
to tearh him better.
Of late Chee has developed such
bullying propensities that he is the ter
ror of all my visitors. Slyly and stealthily
he watches his chance upon every new
comer, and in an unexpected moment
gives a sudden nip at his calves from
behind, or leaps up before him, with
wings outspread and neck-feathers
bristling m most warlike fashion. Then,
when the panic-smitten human biped
turns and runs, Chee runs after htm,
pursuing him to the veranda and door
steps, and even half way up stairs, be
fore he is satisfied. Of course toma
hawking is too good for him; but what
shall we do with him? We cannot
cook him in the pot, for, rascal. that he
is, the children would as soon think
of eating a boiled baby as of making
their dinner of him. His reputation is
so bad we cannot sell him, or even
give him away, I think we shall have to
chain him, and make a watch dog of
Hut the unk hides t cut of all has come
from pretty Dame Silvcr-gre), who has
set her heart on my box of purple vio
lets under the south window, and in
spite of every hindrance, gains her
point of depositing daily a spotless egg
under the shining leaves. We cover
the box with newspapers and she crawls
under them; hedge it around with bam
boo palings, and she crowds herself be
tween them. We have constituted our
selves a vigilance committee to defend
our favorite, but the moment comes
when sl.cemerges from hcrluxurious bed,
leaving a rumpled coverlid and dam
aged foot-board behind her. She cer
tainly shows an esthetic taste; in the
fragrant bloom and vivid color of these
dewy leaves and flowers, is something
that satisfies the hunger of her soul, I
am sure. How can I blame pretty
Silver-grey for wanting "something bet
ter than she has ever known?" Who
can say but that in that chicken breast
arc the beginnings of a higher sensation
and delight, destined not to be ex-
tinguished, but to grow and perpetuate
itself, till some time in the far away
future of being, this craving for color
and fragrance, for beauty and softness,
shall reach its ideal in a human soul ?
Who can say that some unborn color
artist, a William Hunter or a Paul Clif
ford ) et to bc.may not trace his ancestry
through cv er vanishin", j ct nev er quitein-
visiblcramificationSjtillit meets its elbow
cousin in my pretty mistress Silver-grey,
crooning here on my bed of purple
violets, in an arbor of nasturtiums and
And so it is Saturday Afternoon in
M. C. K.
Hilo, December 1884
Tlir Comttrg Srhoul .Wit'iim.
Where llie ferns bnul low in Ihe closes.
Where the pines nod ilow on Ihe hill,
Where the wild bee lizily dozes,
Where een the lilnls arc still,
She saunters alone sa I truly ?
Through dreamy Sevastopol ;
Uehind are the pupils tinrul),
Afar is the tillage school.
One wonders if daj -dreams llulter
1 he depths of her shy diidain ;
One wonders if black doubts mutter
Their threats of impending pain.
Kiliapb as she brushes the beaut)
Thrilling earth, air, and sky,
Her thoughts arc at war with duty
Ate weaving for life a lie.
1'cihap she is en)tne others
1 heir reddettered liours'of pla
Luxuti's sisters and brothers,
'Mid Vanil)'s holida).
Vet why thu foil) nf gueiiiB?
And why should we cen cate?
We see the surtlieht caressing
A woman that's parsing fair J
And we know lliat we atxl our wondir,
No matter how real it seem
bhall lie lcs than unechoed thunder
In the lab)riuth of a dream
To the woman who walks in the lar light
Home from the tillage school,
While the dajlighl waits for the starlight
In dreamy Sctastopol.
In Ihr Dark nnil in III Itrir,
In the dark and the dew
I am smiling back at )ou ;
Hut ) ou can not see the smile,
And )ou're thinking all the while
How I (urn m) face from )0U.
In the datk, in the dew ;
All my lose goes out lo )ou
l'lutteit like a bird In palu,
Dies and come) to life again j
While )oii whirper, 'hwsetfl, liaik !
Some one's sighing in the datk "
Ncur guessing 'tis for you,
In the datk, in the dew I f
In the datk, in the dew ;
All ui) heart cries out to )ou,
As I cast it at your feet,
bwcel Indeed, but not too sweel 1
Wondering wtll)ou hear It brat?
Ileal for )ou'and bleed for )ou,
la the datk and in the dew. ,
A LBERT C. SMITH,
Agent frt till e AeUnoicleilgenientt to
Orncr Wiih S Hartll,oMf the Danl.
Attorney and Connaelnr at Ittie.
tA lotT Strrrt
pEO L. DABCOCK,
(lair of oaki and)
1 eacher of the l'mno r one Address, l.VCAN & CO
KrMUKNcK No, lo Kmma street &S-37
Special attention Riven to Suivejing in Itonoulu
and 1c) nit j. Record earchd, and plant ihowing
title carefully prepared.
Ornctt Room No , (upstair)
M. WHITNEY, M. D , D. D. S.
Dental Itoom on Port Street,
HovoLUi v H. I.
Office in J Ire we A ItlocV, corner Hole and Port
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street, aio-i&a
ONATHAN AUSTIN, J
tttorncii and Connaellor atjl itir, -2
And Atrut to take Aeknoirteilge'ine tlM
No 14 KAAHITMANU SrRKET .. IfuNOI tffiU
TNO. A. HASSINGER, ,
.frll( (( fl&fl Aekitnitlfittmriit tit
tiitrt for iMhur. i .
iMTrmo Orric .. .. .JtoNoTtttu
OHN h. paty,
Notary Vubtlc ami Commttiit of rf.
Kor the Stite of California and New ork Ortice
at the Hank of Hithop &. Co.
HosoiULtf, Oahu, II I 7 1 o-a6 J
.tttornr) at Lhw and .Sottcttor in Chancery,
Practice-tin the Courts, an I prepire Dee-ii, Will,
Mortgagee, Ieai. Cuti tract, Agreement!, etc , and
negotiates Montytd Leant, etc.
Honolulu.... ......... . ................. ....H. I.
Opriti'-Coiner Port and Merchant Street.
Q D. DOLE,
Cnuunclor tit l,atr amt Sotary I'ubttc,
COHNEK tORT ANI1 MkrCHANT STRKtfTS( HONOLULU
QMITH & THURSTON,
t W. O Smith,
1 L. A. Iiiuftvrov
Attorney at .nif,
No 3S Mfrchant Stkkkt. ,...,.
ITtr R. CASTLE,
Attoi ney at I atr and Sotary Piddle
Attend all the Courts of the Kingdom 110-262
TITILLIAM B. McALI-lSTHR,
rKKMNKTLV LUCATKD IN HONOLULU.
Office, comer ot rort and Hottl meet, O' er lregloan'i
Particular attention naul to restoration Kold filtinst
Kel) ing on ood wort, at reasonable charge to gain
the confidence of the public. 161-233
SMITH & Co,
W.O. SMirii f
Stork mid llcttl Kutittr illokrm,
No 88 Mit.cHANr SriihFT. , . ..Honolulu
(KttaHitHe I hi 1S79 )
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, 1 elephoti. and other Cor
poratlun blocks, Itonds and mnlitsr Securities
Hoir.liT anu Solu om Commission.
Money I,oncd on Stock Securities.
A S. CLEGKORN & Co.
I input ter ami Deatet in General Mrr
ehamlte. Corner Queen and Kaalminami Street, Honolulu
rv. . w v
iifitriiriiiAir iih,i icirjnrxi
Watch vojiatrtnc muda Sf.ri.tlty.
Ml orders from the othei Uland pHlinrll aulcnJTjI to.
No. ss, HorhLbrKiKr Mt.Hooj nu,tll,l.
109 ir . - - 4
A W. PEIKCSa Lo.
O CO .
, - IS " t
a nd Cwjon I ! Mer
IIomolulv, Hawaiian Uimus, -
Agent fur Hrand' Oua and UjuiI) Iauccvaud I'cr
ry Uis' 1'uln Killer. aio-Cii
ALLEN & UOBINbON,
Denier in I umherand all Kind of llttltd-
iny Material, Paint, Oil, Salt, ete,
HOS'OI tLU, 11. I.
ACtHIi Of SCHOONKB
HaJe.vkaU, KuUuianu, Kikauluobl, Mary BUto,
UUauia, pAUAhi and LtabI,
K KoUmon't W'lwtrf. iKfite
importer and Dealer iit Glatcarrt
Meriden Slteer-Platcd Hare,
No. 44 rowT Stkhm- . HosoLutu
Klnz's CumbtiuliOfl hpeu.tc!es and KjeiAa",
islral Wire War. Fancv hoans. figure frames. Iis-
tol, Wuuenholiu's Puwket CutUrj, Ponder, sht atul
Ammunition, CUrL'i Spool Cotton, Maimue Oil all
SIe agent of the uniyeral ai,krowlcdt.el I Utl
itunuin Domestic Sm in M vhtiv
ItONOLlLV, llASSIIAN lALANPfi.
Draw l.kchang. on
1IIK HANK OK CAMrOKNIA,
AuJ tktlr agentk In
M.n.K U. KOrilpill. 1)4. SONS,
ITi.COMMtKL'IAL llNKINC CO,
01 SVONLV, LONIK)N.
IImCOHMLKCIAL HANKING CO..
llw llNKS 01- NkW ZtALANlIt
Ult IINk.SOr 1IKIVISII COI.UMIIIA,
VIC10KIA, II.C ANU IOKII NI), OK,
TiJiifbit a Giiur&l HjiiUhf Huihttt.
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
tlencint Mercantile mul Coinmlealnn Agent
Qiitv SrntKT, lloinil.il;.
Officers I. CVjones, Jr., president and manager!
lion. Charles Rrillishon Am! II. A P C
Ma), Auditor. 1
- C. COLEMAN,
lllnchtmllh, Mnchtnlat, Cur ring
riantatioi Machinery, etc
net to Labile & CooU .
Shop on King Street
lMrOT AND DrAIKA IN
r'lirillliir nf Krtrj Dmrrliitlon. Alt
vpliotttetrr nntl .Vnniifiicturn,
1 Furniture Wareroom No, tvf Fort Street, WorV
hop at old itantl on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
(rORMFRLV WITH HOI LU tk CO.)
ithntfMittr rrmf Itrttitt thorer,
tit, Kino Strut i ..Un1)fr Marmonv Hall.
ramil. Plantation, and Ship itores supplied at thort
notice, rtew o.xl .v every iteimer Order from
the other I -Jit! faithfully executed
Telephone So it 9. t?5 tr
cLnvi:xTEn axd nvit.min.
TI.I M'HONE, NO. 364.
O itVimtmUU erected and Iteputred,
JBN FURNISHED; BY THE DAY OR
WORK DONE IN ANY PART OP THE
jii un rxa VK03IPXI, r a ttkxii kii to
j Shopatmjrrt).idmo4,nValklki roait,
near Sunny South."
fon ordert may be left at the office of
A. F. COOKE,
ASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commhiton llri rhanti,
tfo So Kino STHkiiT. . . . Honoilli
IMCOKTKRt ANtl DKSLkKf IN
GHNKRAL MKKCHAXDISi:. ,
A stent i for
1lie Hitihcock .1 Company PUntatnu.
The Alexander K IUIJhui l'lantation.
It, HnUtead, or N.-uilua Plantation,
A II. ismitl. &. Compn, Koto, Kami.
J, Mr Alexinder, Haiku, Mim.
'I'hc Haiku Sufpir Comuan) ,
'Ihe KohaK Mignr Lornpan).
iiamaicua runt at ion
The Union Insnnnce Lomp.inj ol San tnmoro
(he New Kngtand Life Insurance Cotnjian) of Bost u
llie It lake Manufacturing Company of Host on
D M. Weston' Patent Centrifugal M ju.hu ie
I"he New ork and Honolulu l'rcket Line
Ihe Merchant's I we. Honolulu and San KranciCi
Hr. Jaj-ne it Son Celebrated Medicine.
Wilcox t tJil.b's Singer Manufacturing Cotnjriti).
heeler & d-on' ieM we Machines. 3 9-367
ILLINGHAM & Co.
Importer and Dealer In Ilatdtrarr, Cut
Paints and OJm nnl rineral Merrluindtte.
No 37 1 !KT STHliKT .,1. ., t. ..IIonoiilo
p P, ADAMS,
Auctioneer mid Conimliintou Jfricltnut,
QlbKN STRKKT, , llONOLULIi
CD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importer nnil CommUiton Merchant.
HONOLLLtr 0AII17, II I ,
ltoue and Styn Painter,
I'AfRK Uanchk, etc.,
No 107 King Stkj-kt .
63 1 un
O. HALL & SON
. (I tinned)
IMI-OXTfckH ANU URAIRNS IN
Hardware and General Merchandise,
CoKNfcK OK KlS(. AND FOKT bTKEKTS, HONOLULU
William W. Hall. . . . President and Manager
I . L. Abies.. ... .... . Secretary and Ireatuter
W. h Allen. ...... ... , .Auditor
Directors llioina Ma I". Q. White. m
P A. SCHAEPER u Lo.
Importer and Commission Merchant,
Mkkuiant hrahRT..-. . Honolulu
Hoot a4td Shoemaher.
Hojts and Shoe nu te to Order,
No. 114 Idki Sr. oi-i-ohitb Panimkon Stapiks
P II. OBOINCf
KjrpreM and Dm y man
(eight. Packages, and HtSE delivered to and from
all pam of HmkuIu Mid vicinity. Careful at
tcutton paid to inotInK r urmture, uh
WAC.ONb LXPRESSLV 0R rilK PURPOSL.
ltler)uHili6i Rttulmcuii Punchbowl Mreeu
Olfice, SS KinfiSireet. 183-33
C. W. MACrAKLAflt. II. Vj MSLrAKtAK..
Q w. macpakCanb & CO.
Itaportant CotumUtiom Marohaut
ad Susu Fkotor.
I tr. proor BuIUing. ,f,, Queeu succt, Honolulu
IWiuSlu.p Kjncli Cii,' Hawaii.
J. )oler 4 Cu'thuam 1'low ,qU I'ortablr IrAmwai
MErrls. Watson tt Co'aUitar Machincrs. GUiitow
IIUsow awl Honolulu IJn of l'ackcts, 9
l.nriiooi anu Honolulu l.ln. ol rackets,
Ijoruion and Honolulu I Ine ofMeantcrt,
Sou Hr. Olfice oflujou, tOI343
IT HACKHELD & Lo.
ftcHriiii t'timiiifj.IuM .li.nfr.
(juicf StRBir .. . .Honolulu
ITOLLISiBR at Co.
MAtffr,i4 riMff Hetull itruggltt unit To-
No. S3, Nuvanv St.iwt.. . , HnxuLViu
tl OPH A CO ,
H ..... , .....Kik'S Sra.KT
I'plttiUtrtfrt, llrujterm tmd Healer. In nil
klmts of k'urnltur
Tsthoue No. 14).
lutpvrlera of lleneral Merchandla fiom
Vi'UM.r, England, Hermann ami
Ik United Malt.'
No, jl Qun-s SlUIIlT ..., ....llOWOLll
TJVMAN BROTH BfS
iijAsojiSCauroaniA Stuaar , ,San rn.hCiKOv
Pankvlsr .ttiiiUwn iuj so tUbnt; ssuj lUiopioat ta-
UnJ svsltfs, IIVJOI
It E. MtlNTYRE At BROTHER,
tlrorery amt Vml Storr,
Cor. Kino and Kokt Sts Honouiu
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Stfrtm Knptnrt llrtlm, Hugnr Mtltt,
Content, trnttt JfrrMtfimf Lratt L'tinthiff.
Honolulu H. I
Machtrery of erv desci-trtlon m-tde to tonler
Particular attention paid to Ship's Utacksmitlilnit
Job work executed cmt he ttiorteu notice ato-96
JTERRINO & HUBASH,
M, HkrkIng. I
Itattalian deieetrff Vaetnryt
Kukui Jewelry, and Hne Diamond Setting a Speclatt),
.1 Kind of teiretry Made tojtider and
Watchei Cnrefult) Repaired nd Warranted.
ilenerat F.nftntrhnttnnd Vaney Monoytnm
nearly treetaea, --iff itaae
at Modetate Price.
No. 80 Hotpl Strrrt
OHN T. WATBRHOUSE,
(tenet at Jfr-
. ., HONOLLLU
T M, OAT, JR., & CO.
Mat toner and ir Iteateta
Ited Hnhher Stamp Ayeney
O AZFTTF ItlKk . ...,.,No. 5 MRRfHANT StrBKT
103-355 Honolulu, II. I.
T M. OAT St Co
Sathnaher, Mug of ait f)ecrijdton
tnade and repatted
HONOttLU , ............ . . .. .ill. I
Loft iii A i Cooke'i new fireproof lmildin, foot ol
N uuanu Mreet. 1 35-337
Tin, Copper and Sheet It on Wot her,
Store amt llatige.
of all kindi, Plumbers' lock and metal, houe furnish
tug gnodt, chandelier, lamp, etc.
No 3,Kaahimanu Strfbt.. .. .Honoiuiu
EMMBLUTH & Co,
and Ptnnther Iteater in
Store, Itanyem, Mnt
No 5 NtUANU STHKKI ., tllONOLVLtt
T W GIRVIN,
Vommlnton Merchant ami Oenetat Dealer
in Dry flood,
WAiLUktr, Maui.. . . II. I
Groceries, Hardware, Stitioner). Pntent Medicine,
Perfumery and fJlasare airj-afia
T W. HINGLEY St CO.
Manfactarer of Uarana Cigar.
IMfORTKR1; AND DP I FK IN
1 ubacco, ,
And SnioLen' Article
'lite m t complete stocJc In the kingdom.
Kin; nreet, (near AlnVea) I lotinlulu.
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
I.I EDS, t.NGLAXD,
.Irr jirepitreil to f urn lull I'lmm mul Ettl
mute for Steel
With or without Cars and Locomotnes, 5eclal.
ADAP1KD 0R SUGAR PINrAT IONS
Permanent Railways, nnd locomotives and curs, Irac
lion 1-nijines and Road Locomotives, Steam
I'loucliing and Cultuatuig Machinery, I'urt
able Kngme for all purposes. Winding
r uginei lor inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen
at tli offices of the undersigned. L, URhKN and
O. W. MALI-ARI.ANL K CO., Aenti for Jno Fow-
ler t Co
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Succhssors to Lkwi-bs Sl Di'kon,)
Jtnpaitern and Heater in fMtntterand alt
html of Untitling Material.
Fort Strbkt .. . , ... ..Honou'LU
Dealer tit Dry Good, ltlee, Tea, Silk and
rnncy uooa, Mtatm, Mioorm ana
Shoe, Ilntn, h'etd and btonr,
Ctgat and Tobacco
Alo proprietor of Rice and Sujrar Plantations at
Kancohe, kuoUu, Waipio, Lwa, and Hecui.
Nuuanu anu CtiAfutN Srt.,.. -JIonoulv
T YONS 8t LEVEY,
Auctioned and Commission Met chants,
Heaver Hukk, Qucrn Stklkt, Honolulu.
Sales of furniture, Stock, Real FUtate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and Kurofuii merchan lie. j L Lons,
160-333 U J. I KK.
r VCAN & CO,
Importer mul Dealer In all klnit of
Mutlc IIooiIm, fancy llvotl,
Not. to anu 107 ftur SrKT.
lurniturc, Clilrt, Svwme Machines, Mirrors anj
Mirror Mates, l'icturc Frame and Cornices made to
PHILLIPS & Co.
nrler and nlioleanl Dealer In Cloth
flier -floor., Hhoea, llata, Men' -nr
Hlahlnff Uooda, rauey Hood, J.tV.
No, II Kaahumanii ST..BT
KM W; McCHESNEV SON,
I Slither, Hide, Talluw mid Commtaalon
Agents tuc the Ko) sU Soap Company.
No. i Quiin Stmt .Honolulu
rrnlrAMiiiA.r, Jrirrltr, Kngrarer, mid
No. 111 Four Stt ...IIo.vohlu
All orilrltlLluJy esesutcJ.
IUT S. GRINBAUM Lo.
Impoller and Whulenule Dealer InOeH
M'l IIlock . quuiiSriT, IIonolilu
W S. GRINiAUU Co. i
Poricardtiig nnd Coutmltalan Meielmiiti,
lCALIr0HIA)rt hAV f.ANCIHa
Special taaliLU. foe aod turtl
cunMiriuucnlfcSur 4ao broJucsv
IcuUr ailcidlan palil lo
F. ' BURGESS
Carpenter and Hullder,
)1 Llnsl. of Jobblii, proiuuty allenjesl to.
rtLeblkXM No. Ijo, SVllluaUM'l I.IWCSS Ouke.
Snor, No. 14 Kids Srr, ,, , ,,l"N(Hutv
Importer! And dealer In Hay anil Grain and Reneral
HoNotitv II I.
O ) LEVEY & CO ,
Uhnimnte amt llctntl Mrarern,
Fokt Stuibt .Honolulu
i reih jtrocerte nnd provision ol all Itlndi on hand and
retriTcu regularly iruin r iiiuiit im iiiiicikb mint.
will he antil at the loet martlet rate.
(Joodl delivered to An) part cf the city free of charge,
lind order Holictted And rompt attention will p
llttn to the tame llf.iv
TirBWESTERN AND liAWAUATTlN
Teitment Company (limited )
.Money loaned for long or short period on Approved
necurlty. Apply to VV I. (IK! KN,
Office Ileiier Dlock, Fort St Maniger
pHEO. I!. DAVIES A Co.
(Lath Ianio4, Crm A Co )
Itnpntter and Cotnmtton Jteiehant.
I lo)d s nnd ihe I Werpoot Underwriter.
lntth and I oreign Alarine lnuiance Compan), And
Northern Anrance Compiny aio-6a
Jrurtrr ami Itiitmnml Srtler,
Xobn Nuuanu Stufkt, lloooniv,
(Opic.ite HollUler Sl Co ),
Particular Attention paid In repairinit.
'pllE GERMAN1A MARKET.
IIONOLVIU, II. I.
Il'rf, ftnl, Mutton, Lninli, Voultifi
Constantly on hand, and of choicest ipial l I'orlc
Sausazes, Holoetias, etc.alwa) on hand Our tneat
are all cut and put up in haslern stle. All oiJers
faithful!) attended to, and delivered In nny part of the
titj. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union anil Port
Mreem (40-6ml O KAUl'l', Proprietor,
TITONG LBONG A Co,
Mminul Miignr, I'nliiiiin Hire
And Kailin Rice PUntlllon and Mill
Svvanv SrarKT Corner Mahink
Dealer In Choicest lleef, Veal, Mutton, lite.
No. 6 OiKHN Stkkkt, Fun Makkkt.
Kami.) and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
I he Stock furnished to VeeU at nhort notice.
Vegetable of all kinds supplied to order.
rFUvritOMC . No an.
RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMI-ORTKR AND DKAI ER IN
Paris, Attachments, Oil and Acceorte.
AC.LNl TOK THE
WitiTtt and ihe LiGHr.RvNNisa Nfw Home Machin-,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind
CortkeU's Silk, In all colors and uls 1
Harbour's I. men T hread,
Clark's O. N. 1. Machine Cotton.
Mmc DanortsCs Rrfiablt Cut Paftr lUU n
Deader In RtFtES,
Ct.Nsaid Si-urting Goiht,
Shjt, Powdkr, Cam,
and Mi.taI.lic CAkTKinrrs
KEltOHKXJ: STOl'j;s, In all tttze.
SewinsMaclune, I,ock and Gun Repainn; prompt!)
attended to. q
I N E & CO
HAVK A LAMCK STOCK Of T1IK
VERY BEST HAY, GRAIN, ETC.
winch Is offered at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and delivered free to any ptrt of the cit).
Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Life lnmance Co.
Agents for the HOOVER IFLrPHONH.
Cou.mUfctouer of Deeds Ur the State of California.
TKI.KFIIONK NO 1,7.161 if.
qrHB onNUiNB article
COLUMMA RIVER SI.MON
8lmoB BallltM, 1884 Catch.
Just rrcelsed from TortUm!, Oregon, k)
CASTI.U Jt COOKh
Tn. i Flih can be relleJ upon Flrtt-Clata
ENNER & Co.,
llasere)'entdnt tb.otj slaml No.oa Fori street,
sstilt a new mil carefully keleclrd stork .f
Gold Clntits Mid Guards,
Sleeve Uuttoni, Studs, Ac,
(..diet ftouU it .11 to call .nj .sauilne oul stock of
IliactUts, Itttvtlieit, lAHrkrlt, lairluiis, elc,
hlcji wcr ipj-ciall) selected to sun lh
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Md to order.
'l"h ft pair Inj branch of our buwntu regard at an
IiDortaitt one. and all sU cmtuued to u will
be etccuted It) a manner ccund la irnne,
Of cvcr JKri,(ic;i done to order. Part tc alar atun
1(011 U (aid to orZtr ami ob kink from fh
T ETTBR HBADb AND BILL HEKDS
Pi ti.tr d neatly ao4 ftw.bVrau at nt Satur
tU PrMiOrt.cc. '
t?OR WBDDINQ AND VISITING CARDS
- f. , y
iv lU fwiurLy Pft-sOe
Importer anc Dealer In
Chandelier, Im, I'emtantt, Prat let Imps
0 I ubuhr, Side I uhtiUr, Itoiline houw,
And Police lanterns tNurse, iVxket, ami
1 able Imns j Globes, Chimneys, Rellectors,
I amp Holders for elng machines.
STOVI- AND RANCH - Uncle Km, 11i.cl
Patent, RIchmornL MKaMol,' Pert, Osctoh,
Hawaii Aloha Alrtirxla Morn.
MISSISSIPPI RANOL-CooW capacity w 100
(RTNCIt RANOl? Kor reitatirsnts, hrfels, ami
private residences, wiih or Ithoul hot wnter
WISTF.NHOLMS IX L CUHFRVl
A line asortmen( of Table, I)ert( andTel
Knives and rorks Carvers and Seel, wftli
idain ami ornamental hory handteit als.)
Pocket Knives, Razors, Shrsrs. Mutton hole
and Ijidle Srfssttrs, Pread knives, tftimlne
Irenih Cook Knives, liutcher and Kittheti
Indies' Work-tAnd HasVe I , Office, luhthi
Iitimlry and Marktt Pitkets.
DOORMATS Assorted ls urn! patterns.
Rotters Hi-others and Menden PUtlng Works J
Water and Cream Pitcher : l able. Desert,
and lea Knive. l-orki and Sjujon. Spoon
llohl-rs. Napkin Kinzs, thlldreil Mugs
Pickle nndt Cruet Stands, llulter Hon),
Card Recei ers, rult Stands, Presert e
Nickle mounted Tea Sets, In part or whole
ter) neat and desuable plain Cooking
Utensils in In me variety.
Milk Pans, Pudding nnd plain Rssins, Milk
Pollers Rice. Jell), nnd Ice-creim Moulds
new pit terns m Stew Pan
S MICK PANS Pmmeled rnd tinned Iron, from 3 int
to 1 cilton.
louet jxii. toilet -Manas, water uooirrs.
Cike, Cah. nnd Ktufe Itoi.es bp.tloons
Cuspidors, Children s IraMt
Pairlnnks' Platform, Counter, and 'Kitchen
Mohne Plows, Shovels, Spides, lIoetRlkes,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oos, Hoe Handles,
Plow Kindles an 1 learns,
IGF. CHKSIS and RKI RIG! RATORS.
IILI)WIN l-ODDI-R LUPIKRS Ihree sizes
1, $, and 3 inch cut, an A t article.
RUI1III R IIOSH:
Warranted best grades New York Mandard,
nnd emboli zed, , )J, 1, tjfi iHt ' I-ich
Hose, norrtes ard sprinklers, u
PLUMRUR AND TINSMITHS MAlHRIAL
Sheet I ead, z to 14 lbs. niuarc foot boil Pipe
lead and cist iron ; Water Closet, Cacs
C. I II- LI 1 I -I I . t I
onvn tin, ohcci 'u)icrp nciin nuti uiiiicu
1 to in 0 ; Hose Uibbs, Komii ; Sinks,
black and enameled: ditto WaOmtands,
Sheet Zinc j Soft Solder, our own mike,
GALVANIZLD IRON PIPL ft to 1 Inch ; elbows
I reducers, plugs, hushing
-$ tab ,
PIPU VICPS.tAe, Jfito3ThchrTi1rttcV$anddT?sVV'
cuts to 3 inch pipe
HIRD CAGFS Larcet .-mely In market, "painted
bright, an lbras ire,
nIJV CARRIAGLS, PojV Wheelbirrows and On
Ilallsjustlv celebrated Fire and PurRlar proof
Safes. We keep m Mock the larger nvsort
ment of Safes to l found west of Cahfurnin.
Cuts milled upon nppluatlou
GI.IXTTS ICF MACIIINFS:
Just the llunp for ute on plantations uheie
Meam Is available. Small size makes 19 lbs,
lit tn four hours . second tire. 70 lbs In he veil
hours. Cuts, with full direction for vtorklns,
m tiled to your address on application. Vc
are auihoiireU to deliver thesa machines
alongside at makers , rices, adding only cos
ol packing cases and freights.
CUS10M WORK of all kinds in tin, copper, and
meet iron working atienueu to. worksnup
oer tlore. Work executed b) competent
woikmcn at reasonable t rices.
nKAVl'R 1II.0CK, IORF SIRLLI.
"Nimble sixpence better than a slow shilling" and
tar DON'T rOKGI.T 1 1 Jtjr
ILLINGHAM & CO,.
Itaveju.t received on
Iuvotce of Nw aud Desirable GooUm
Suited to the want of IhU inatLet,
and a good line ol
y would call the ijtecia alientlon
of I lanten to our
Patent Dottble Mould Hoard Plate,
which hat been fronounctd the bcM of
, the kind eerud In tlili counttj, r
We lave alo rerctred a i
new lot of the -
DILLINGHAM BREAKING PLOWS '
to. tv, 14 In,, which are e!h perfnt
fcatlfcfactln v.hcrtcr they
K M A S D I X C It K t I G,
Ihecmlleu variety of goutlt hUh
we are now cotutamly re
cetvlng arc now being
OPUNKU i-OR INSPI-CHON AND 3AIfi;
AT (Hi: IXlWLSrPRICrU-
j - "ipa
DUUbhIiaim 4: C
A tin. Assortment 1
nosy in ssorti Lonsulioj ut
l.l'.IKIi:jtH,JtrjlSAI.H. D.I VHmid'vAHII
fs.ll totusd, in peuiy and Meslium Sims,4
Ledgers, Journals and Rtcoidt,
Half liouikl, In Cap, Ikwy and Medium Slice.
Cap Lui IXir llc.ls ami SlniU Krury Day V.,W
liitfUuud. 'o.hiid Day llouls Nrow
OJ.r Itv.k.. IrUl lloLsivi. It.l.,
Cash' (tools 10. Resvrds
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IllUH. II. TIIM'M'A,
Maatiusr Siersr.AKo -(T rrtakstbrnnta
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