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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 7, 1885.
Whole Number 236.
Volume v, Number 27.
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The sunshine of life U around thee
O Italy t thy glory is not with th dead ,
Thou Hint a Qu'tn I' ths midst of the sa.
Thy songs ure still sung, thy m- ttill M
If History mue were less true t thee,
Petrarr has sung of thy timet ;
And 1 asso and Dante are nam! that will be
The Iwnw ami praise of all clime.
Thy artists have Riven thee treasures,
The tulntance of genius am art ;
Thy poets have woven tb measures
Which touch every chord of the heart
There Is tun It In the shadow of teats
At the foot of the steep Apennlne,
A city whose glory appears ,
The center and halo uf thine,
TU the city of sunshine and sorrow
Sweet Florence f Sister Divine 1
Thy tears will be dried ere the mono ,
Ami thy joy I ns sparkling a wine
Alas that will) passionate brow
'Ihou didst banish the bard of thy heart ',
I1 lifter less cruel than thou
In her spring rend th life strings apart
et h loved thee too well to revile,
nd wept on the sea shore alone ,
tor his vml Oexi emild'si nerelle,
And thy grief ha outlasted his own
On th bro of hi country he placed
The wreath and the violet crown J
tt iili hf mus of titt nln he (rated
Her hnginge with deathless renown
O Italy trnather of men,
Hit memory bid-th with thee,
Where Liberty waketh again
On the shore of thy muilcal wa I
Honolulu rebruary to, iB3s
I he artists piled tlWkctGiiingrapi
in hchind, and away thcytTcntfiwIioop
ing through town, just aUihurch time.
J 'l.'s horse hail a rny ofkung
eeryiinng on line roao, wnicn was
somewhat cmbrVssinbn that occasion,
when they wanted t8 attract as little at
tention as possible.
However, they arrived safely at their
destination, though it took a great deal
of persuasion and strength to restrain
the wild enthusiasm of the artists and
get them settled calm!) to work.
They made many sketching trips,
and, though Juan dc Chrome has been
here but one short week, he has "laid
in" sixteen large pictures Van I))kc
Iirown has covered twenty canvasses,
and they leave tomorrow' under the
protecting wire of J. T, for the vol
cano, where Van I))ke will paint
ficures and Juan will make careful
studies of the interior. Clara ItIt
Oslorne, in lnglttide.
,tttltM lit lliiuohittlt
Nuuanu Avenue in Honolulu, on
the eastern of Oahu, is a most respect
able street, lined on cither side by
stately missionary houses, surrounded
by trim gardens, whose walks are laid
out with mathematical precision The
further up the valley the more chaste
and elegant the mansions appear, were
it not for one blot one -eje sore to
the gaze of the ordinary public.
That place is a little shanty, tumble
down cottage, which in itself is bad
enough ; but tar worse is the big barn
like structure just behind, built, oh,
horrors! cat-a-corncrcd with the avenue.
It is unpainted ; it is bare ; it is not
even parallel with the street, it has a
single enormous window facing to the
north , it is, in fact, an artist's studio.
One dreamy, lovely, tropical day,
Van Dyke Hrown, the artist, sat in this
studio which he loved so well. There
were lines of thought and care upon
his blow, as he seriously contemplated
putting a few touches to his magnificent
unfinished painting of U'aikiki
He had been working for two years
on that masterpiece, and expected to
finish it in a week. He was in a cronic
state of expectancy, as it were so was
the person who had ordered it
It was the morning of the arrival of
the Alameda, and Van .Djke Hrown
was so intent upon his study of a mo-.
quito's wing, as it lit upon the delicate
ochre of his left hand, that he did not
hear the brisk footstep on the veranda;
but when Juan de Chrome, his old
friend and'brothcr brush who had ar
rived by the steamer, appeared in the
doorway, he welcomed him with en
thusiasm, clasped him to his breast,
and opened a battle of siccatif.
Then followed such a stream of talk
as had not been heard in that studio
before ; all about scumbling and pot
boilers, scraping and chiaroscuro
" A-ha I" said Juan, suddenly, pounc
ing upon a small canvass which was
divided into sea and sky crimson sky,
blue sea " You've got a good effect
"Yes, jes," said Van Dyke Hrown
eagerly, " I mean to put Diamond
i Head in the distance."
V. "Safriei that's good," cried Juan
eagerly scanning the picture.
"And a licet of native canoes in
the foreground, maimed by noble Ha
" Magiiifiqut i"
"And a rain shower in the middle
distance, with black, tumultuous clouds
floating athwart the moon."
And so they went on till, in their eyes,
that simple canvass became gloriously
peopled and colored, and Juan de
Chrome almost" reverently laid such a
masterpiece back against the-wall,
where it will remain duiing all time
crimson sky, blue sea.
An awfully good fellow is their mutual
;riund, J T, He is big and fine look
ing, and a business man, and vastly
y protecting and fussy over our two
S artists, who are slim and helpless, and
' look up to their friend with mingled
wonder at his site and awe of his busi
There is a law, in the Sandwich Is
lands, which allows a creditor to stop
his debtor's passpoit, so that many resi
dents of this sunny isle stay perforce--and
how they adore its beauty, doting
on the climate t
Were it possible to put on paiwr the
stupendous spectacle of J. T and Van
Dyke, who have, themselves, resigned
all hopes of ever seeing civilization
again, warning Juan de Chrome against
getting into debt, I should put it.
They give him other advice as well,
and promise to take him to all the
iwlctte-able and sketchy places on the
J. T. was paiiioularly obliging, and
atranged a trip for the following Sun
day, to take the artists to the Pali, a
wonderful piccipicc some distance from
True to his appointment, he aimed
with a fast horse, and a light one
the H'nalttttyton Monument,
A correspondent who had ascended
the shaft of the Washington monument
wrote to the Record Union last fall as
The elevator stopped about 486 feel
above the ground floor of the monu
ment. The walls rose just four feet
higher than this. The scene from the
top, soon to be a familiar one to the
citizens of Washington and visitors to
the city,is truly magnificent. The ground
floor of the monument is on a pile of
stonework which is 17 feet above the
ground. 'I he shaft is now 490 feet
above that, making 507 feet. Engineers
will appreciate the difficulty of under
pinning a vast mass of masonry like
this, but, to the uninitiated at least, the
putting in place of the last stones of the
marble roof would seem to be a tougher
problem 10 solve. Colonel Casey's
solution of it was made clear to his in
quisitive companion by the aid of a
wooden model , but it is not such an
easy mailer to impart the informition
thus conveyed to the reader without
the aid of diagrams. Without venturing
upon technical details then, it may be
stated that the framework of the der
rick, so long a familiar object on lop of
the white shaft, will only be in use a
few days longer, to put in place the last
five courses of stone necessary to bring
the work to a bight of 500 feet above
the ground floor, at which bight the
roof will be put on. The laving of these
remaining courses, if the work is not
delavcd by bad weather or accident,
will occupy the workmen during this
month and a part of the next.
Karly in October, however, the public
is promised a grand transformation
scene on ton of the monument. All of
the framework will be cleared away, and
in its place a lofty derrick will be
erected, composed of four stout masts
starting from the tops of the iron
columns near the angeles and leaning
toward each other until they meet at a
height of 75 feet above the top of the
monument. Around these masts, a little
below their junction, will be a circle of
metal, and around this circle the hori
zontal arm of the derrick will swing
free in every direction. On stout iron
beams laid across the top of the monu
ment and projecting several feet over
Speaking of the copper point on the
summit stone, Colonel Casey said that
it would be connected with the iron col
umns which he had connected with the
well under the monument when he be
gan work. This, he said, had served
to maintain the electrical equilibrium
between the upper air and the ground,
and the shaft had not been struck by
lightning since he had charge of the
work, though it had been struck before.
A closing word about the memorial
stones 'I here arc ninety j et on hand,
not counting one in the rivcr--thc stone
sent by the Pope, which was broken up
and thrown there during the know
Nothing excitement. Some of these
stones those from foreign governments
and slates in the union should have a
place in the monument Hut this is
certainly no good reason why the work
should be defaced bystoncs from scatter
ing corporations, military organizations
and fire companies (some of them now
extinct), which stones, in many cases,
bear the names, prominently given, of
the stonecutters who carved them.
These stonecutters may have been very
good men in their way, and worthy of
having their virtues set forth in eulogis
tic inscriptions on their tombstones, if
their patrons were willing to pay for and
allow such advertisements; but that is
no reason why posterity should be eter
nally confronted with their names on
the monument erected to the memorv
of illustrious Washington.
pjR S. ERNEST CRADDOCK
M R C S. Fno .UUCP, ami I. S A I)nim
tite Scholar and IMreman f
SVHIIKItr .IM MKIIOIAK,
Kins College, tendon.
Omen No. 104 Fort Street, over N. S Sach.
OPPICB IIOIR 9 to IfOclocV. A M
1 10 5 nd 7 to S r m
f C. COLEMAN,
P P GRAY, M. D ,
l'M HlUtAX ASH .HVHGhOS
Office, next door to the Honolulu Itbtity
Q, to 10 A. M
OrricR llom a to 4 p. m.
7 to 8 p M
Sunda)s 9 to tt a. M
khSIOFNXK.cor Ktnau and iVnucota St.
Attorney it Off Vauntnr at I.ntr,
riant at ton Machinery, etc
nent to Laiile A CbnVe .
Shop on Kin Street
r E. WILLIAMS,
IktrOKTKR AND DRALRIt IN
furniture of Vrr tfrnrrtpttnn. Ahn
tfyhnlMtrrei itmt Jtnuufttrt titer.
furniture 'arerootni So tog rort Street. Work
hop at old lUnd on Hotel Street. All orden promptly
Attended to. 100-95!
M I-nT SfKKItT
HO L. BADCOCK,
(LATK OP 04KI ANU)
1 eacher r I tlie I'lino Krte. Aildreii, I.YCAN fc CO.
Rfsidkncp No. 10 l'mma itrcet. i8s-37
M. WHITNEY, M.D.D.D.S.
llrnUil Unotnit on l'ort Strtft, t "
OITice In llrewer IIIocV, corner
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street
' .! no-i"
TONATHAN AUSTIN, X -
.lltnrnrtl unit Cotmmrttor JM!T
.Im Aflrnt In tnhr AtknunttirrmlrA
.So, 14 KAAHUMANU bTRKbT .X l0VOLtai'
111-114 -. B-
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Itrut to Ink .1 rArioir(frrirrifj to C'ti
tritcta for f.bor,
Intfrior Orricic .. . ..Honoluiv
the edge on the east side, a strong plat
form will be built. The roof stories
will be hoisted by the elevator in the
usual way to the top of tW monunent,
and will then be placed on an iron car
riage and run Out on the projecting
platform. The arm of the derrick will
then be swung over the stone, and it
will be hoisted and depositee! in the
place for which it is intended.
'1 he roof will be a pyramid inform,
like that on Hunker Hill Monument,
but much larger. The corbels, when
finished, will be the stone ribs or sup
ports of the roof. There are three
prolectini; from the inner surface of
each wall. The four middle ones wilt
be brought closer and closer together
until they-have nearly met, and then a
" four-wav" keystone will beset, unit
ting them. I'hey will then present the
appearance of two Gothic arches cross
ing each other at right angles. 1 he
intermediate eight, after two in each
angle havecome together, will hekejed
by large stones fitting closely. On the
slonc rib-work thus formed the large
flat stones will be laid in such a man
ner that each course will rest upon the
marble ribs and not on the course be
low. These ribs will be set in the regu
lar courses b) the aid of the derrick
until the course immediately below the
arm is set, and then, of course, the der
rick must come down and other means
dev ised for setting the cap&toue. To do
this it will be necessary to build a scaf
fold on the outside of the roof, and
from this scaffold by an ingenious ar
rangement, the capstone, with its cojr
per apex, will be put in place by a work
man who will then come down through
a hole left in the stone for the purpose.
The thrust of the roof against the walls
is overcome by iron rods, connecting
the opposite sides. In the lower course
of roof stones two wide openings will be
cut on each side at a hight convenient
for the eye. This will give an outlook
from eight windows at the hight of
oo feet, or rather 517 feet, above the
Till" fitntttr uf lliirrnlil
'1 he Hartford Courant says Until
it was announced that a bronze statue
of the Rev. John I larvard was to be
presented to Harvard College by a
Boston gentleman, Mr. Samuel 1'.
Bridge, it is a question if the general
were ever acquainted with the story of
that unfortunate )oung clergyman who
died of consumption in 1638, when
barely a car in this country, It is fit
tint that his memory should be
honored by the erection of his statue in
the grounds of the university which his
$700 securely established, and the
generous giver is to be congratulated
on hiving selected for the execution of
the work a sculptor who has shown
himself so capable as Mr. Daniel C.
French of Concord, Mass. Mr. French
has previously shown excellent qualities
in his "Minute Man" on the Concord
battlefield and in the croups he
modelled for the facade of the new-
Boston Post Office, and for public
buildings elsewhere. His present pro
duction, however, will take a higher
rank than an) thing he has before exe
cuted. The statue, which will be un
veiled on a granite pedestal on the 28th
of the month, in front of Memorial
Hall, Cambridge, has recently been
cast and finished' in bronze at the
Hcnry-Iiounard foundry in this city.
It is a noble work, and will be num
bered among the excellent pieces of
public statuary in the cfon) with
Houdon's "Washington" at Richmond,
Brown's equestrian figure of the same
in Union Square, St. Cauden's "Far
ragut" in Madison Square, Ward's
"Indian Hunter" in the Central Paik,
his "General 1 honias" it the Capital ;
his "Washington" at New bur) port and
at the Sub-Treasury, and Warner's
"Governor Buckingham" at Hartford.
The )oung non conformist clergyman,
clad in the simple )Ct picturesque dress
of his order during the seventeeth cen
tury, is shown seated in a pensive pose,
with an open Bible on one of his knees.
He looks half-tearfull) and sadly out,
as if conscious that his life was nearly
ended, that his short race to the eter
nal goal was nearly run. Perhaps he
is thinking of what will live after him
in the money he leaves to the struggling
school of the colony ; perhaps in some
half prophetic way he pictures to him
self the thousands of young students
who will, in time, hold his name in
reverence, and cherish it as that 01
their Alma Mattr. All this may be
fancy carried too far, but it is as pleas
ant to think that it might have been
so, and that John Harvard was resigned
to leave this world, forsecing the good
he had done, which would lis e after him,
as it ff to imagine that the " New Eng
land Pilgrim" of Mr. Ward, soon to be
set up in Central Park, gaes, as he
stands on sentry duty with Hint-lock in
hand, not alone across the clearing
about him, in stern watch for his In
dian foes, but as a tpe of early Puritan
manhood, westward over that country,
on which his descendants were to im
press the indelible stamp of their per
The figure of Harvard is well seated
mthe heavy, carved arm-chair, with its
twisted legs and arms and its back of
leather stamped in quaint design. As
he leans back, with the wearied ose
of one not ph)sically strong who rests
at ease, there is something very sympa
thetic and even lovable about the man.
His thoughtful, earnest face, with his
high cheek-bones, strong and )et clearly
drawn features, budding moustache,
and hair waving off his brows from un
der a skullcap, as it falls to his shoul
ders on his broad linen collar, though
entirely ideal, has as distinct a person
ality as that of Mr, Ward's Shakeearf.
The attitude is one of complete repose,
(CONTINVID O.N fOURTH fACt)
JOHN H PATY,
.otitry I'libtlr ami Commlailon of Ilrrtta,
I-or the Slatetof Califurnta unj New York. Office
t the H.ypk of Uithou & Co.
JtoNOIULU, OaHI, II I 9IO-l6j
a.ini'iiSTiut axj) nmi.nr.n.
lELU'IlONF, NO. j6(
II ImtmUlii frectril unit lUpntreiU
DY THE DAY OR
OHN T. WATERHOUSB,
nrifl llntltr In
r M. OAT, JR., ft CO.
.Stittlonrr unit .Snre Drnlera
llril IliiMifr SM mji .limfy
Oaiktti IIlock ... No. 1$ MituctiANr Stufkt
3-$S ItoNOLttlf, II I.
T M. OAT & Co.
Siilliimhrr, I liipt of nil rdiloil
fltmfr rtrirf rrpittl nit
IIONOII'IU . II. t
l.nft In A V CooVe'a new fireproof builjmg, foot ol
Nuuanu Street. 185-136
IN ANY PART OF THE
.lonnr.yo ritonrri.Y .trriisiiKn to
Shop at my residence, Watkikt rond,
nenr "linnny South."
Towu orden may 1 left at the office of
A. F. COOKE,
rtASTLH & COOKE,
CKwpptttff nmt Comnttiaton Mrtrhitntt
Vej.'fj King Sirkkt . .Monoliu
Ttttt Copper ntttl Sheet Trnn Worker,
Stores rtmt Kitngea.
of all kindi, PlumberV Mock and metalt, home furniih
ing Roodi, chandeliers, lamp etc.
No 8 Kaaiiumanu Stupet , .Honolulu
QJ B. DOLE,
Cuuunetor nt fsitv ttwl Xtttiti y I'lthtte,
CoRNRJt KoT ANU M FrtCH ANT StKLKTS, HONOLULU
SMITH A THURSTON, I W. O. Smith,
( U A. Ihlkston
Attot itefH nt Law,
No. 38 Mrrchant Stkkrt . . . Homolliu
UT R. CASTLE,
Attorney nt Law atnl otarj I'ubtlr,
AtteniN all lti Courts of the Kingdom. 310-262
ILL. AM O. SMITH & Co,
j 1. A Ihukston, I
tW.O. Smith. f
IMrORTIM AJfD URALfM IN
A Kent for
The Hitchcock & Company' Plantation.
I he Alexander A. Ualdwin Plantation.
K HaUtead, or Waialua Plantation.
A H. Smith & Comian, Koloat Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
Irie Haiku Sugar Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company.
Ihe Union In.unnce Comnam ol San Franicvo
The New England Life Insurance Company of HoMm.
'Ihe I! lake Manufacturing Company of ltoton
D M Veton' Patent Centrifugal Machine.
the New York and Honolulu Packet Line
Ihe Merchant's I tne, Honolulu nd Sin trancico
Dr, Jajtws & Son' Celebrated Medicine.
Wilcox St Gihb'. Siner Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler &. ilgn' bemnff Machines. 0-261
J RMMBLUTII & Co,
Ihtumith atnl Vtumbei, Dealer In
Stove, Itattnr, Tin,
No. 3 Kiuanu Stukkt, . Honolulu
T W. HI NO LEY A CO.
Jinnfnetttret vf Hnrana Cttfar.
IMtORTRKS AND UCALRR9 14
ind Smokers Articles
Ilie mo.t complete stock In the kingdom
King street, (near Alakea) Honolulu
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
M.KIJS, r NCLAND,
Ate prepared to ftrrnhh I'tau ttmt Ett-
mate for Steet
With or without Cars and locomotives, Spec.all
AIJAP1EI OR SUOR PLANTATIONS
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK.
No. 79 Fort Strwi, Honolulu,
tMr-ORTIK AND DKALtR IN
Varit, Attachments, OH a tut Acee$torle$,
ACFNT FOR THE
hit and the LinnT-KUNNtm. Nar Hour Machine,
Howard Machine Needles, all VlnJt
Cot t Ice 1 1 Silk, In all colors and sires t
Harbour's I tnen Thread,
Clark' O N, 1. Machine Cotton.
Mme Dtmorttft Ktliablt Cut Paftr tftern
ANIl K PLICATIONS.
Dealer In RlPLU,
Shot, Powdrr, Cam,
and MtTALLtc Cantnidgm
KKHOSK.SK STOVES, In nit fltff.
Sewing Machine, I.ock and Gun Repairing promptly
COLUMI1IA RIVER SALMON
Salmon B.IIIm, 1884 Catoh.
Jul received from Portland, Oregon, b)r
Tneie Flih can lit relied upon at Flnt-CUit
Coknck or Hotel and Union Strrrts.
BRANCH OF EUREKA MARKET.
J. T, WATERKOUSE,
Invites Invpechon of the
Following Goods Just Received
Ex late arrivals
11 LAVli i Jt I2SVU m i: li txost
Ladies and Genii Umbrellas,
I Inen Sheeting. Fine Silks,
ladles and Gents Hosiery.
r mhroMered Cloth lAble Coter,
Ladles' and Oont'n Underwear,
Woolen and Cotton Shirts,
A iMft itvortment of
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool Dre Oondt,
LidieV Ht, trimmed And untrlmmed,
XSUtfliiMTM II ml ItiMcrt Ioiim,
All Llndt of
LACES, COLLARS, CUFFS, Etc.,
A -fine, lot of
lVo-v DcMitfuml Prlii I'm,
And a grett vatjety of both
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN GOODS,
Too numerous to mention
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers nmt Dealer in Hardware, Cat'
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 37 Kort Strrkt . ... .Honolulu
Aaetioneer ami Commtlon Jteichant,
QUELN StkRKI, . . MONOLILU
HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Intpoi ters atitt Commialun Merchant.
Honoiulu OaiiuJ II I.,
Stock ami Ileal lint ate Itrokem,
No 8S Mkkchant Stkekt .Honolulu
(SstafilukfJ i t$7Q )
Sugar Plantation, Railroad, Telephone and other Cor
poration blocks, Ilonds and similar Securities
11 ought and Sold on Commission. "
Money Loaned on Stock Securities.
A L. SMITH,
Importer ami Dealer in Glaawtrc,
Merltlen Sllrer-Vtntert Ware,
No 44 tour Sthkkt Honolulu
spectacles and trjrU&iira,
:v Soaos. Picture trrsuuet. Pis-
toU, Wo-.tenhotni'ft Pocket Cutler), Iiwd.r, 1j and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, M-ithine Oil, all
kind of Machine Needles, ''Domestic' Paper r athion.
Sole neill of the umvt:rsatl acknowledged Light
Kunnin Domestic Sewm Machine
Lustra! ire Ware, Fancy Soap
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer anil Urate, in Genet at Mrr
ch ami tne.
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Htsuululu.
Hatthtnaher ami Jetieler,
Watult repairing in ado a Speciality.
Ml orders from the othei lUands prompt!) attended .v
No 55, UoTKLbnuhr.... , ..Homhlii, H.I,
CD C. ROWb,
iiaae ttmt titan i'alnter,
I'afrm Hanohk, etc..
No. to'r Kino S7ekt... Honolllv
0. HALL A SON..
IktrORTRRS AND DKALfcK IN
Hardware and General Merchandle,
Coknkr op King and Fort Streets, Honoiulu
Willum W. Hall .President and Manager
I. C Abies Secretary and treasure
W. r. Allen Auditor
Director Ihonus Mav L O White. ws-2);
P A. SCHABFER & Co.
importer and Commilan Merchant,
Mrrchant Stkkrt . Honolulu
I toot and Shoemahtr.
1 loots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 114 Toht St., uri-OMTK Panthkon Stabiks
e 10-363 -
Permanent Kadwajsanl Locomotisei and cars, Trac
lion hnines and Koad iocomoiives, iteam
Plouehinzand Cultivating Machinei), Port
able Lngines for all purport, Winding
Kngines for inclines.
Cataloicues with Illustrations. Models and Photo
graphs of the above Plints and Machinery may be seen
at the ofDcesof the undersigned. l (IRLEN and
G W. MACFAKLANt. fit CO ,
ler & Cm
Agents for Jna Fw
T EWERS & COOKE,
(SLCCRSSORS TO I RWHRS & DlCKSOV,)
linpnrtci and Iteatei in Lumber and all
Kind llnttdtnu Material.
Fort Strrkt . .. ...., ... . Honolulu
Healer In Dry Gnnd, litre, Tea, Silk and
I aney Goad, Hat, Hoot and
bhor, llran, feed and I lour,
Clyar and Tobacco
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneuhe, Kootau, Waipio, I, v. a, and Ileeu.
Nuuanu ano Chaplain Srt , Honolllu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Cummllon Merchant,
ltHAVkR It LOCK, QUKKN SrKtCKT, HONOLULU.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Ir state and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and Furopcan merchandise. J I. Lyons,
tSo-3i U J. Lkvky.
1 he undersigned has recentlt onened this n
Market and is prepared to promptly furnish all orders
iur ine ciioiccsi quaui) 01
IIEKF, VEAL, MUriON,
LAM AND PORK.
rRKsii Pork Sal sacks (made dail)
KOUK.NA AND llLOOll ANIl IKK SaUSAGKS
(a sjtectatlty )
Resctfutly, GI O. D. SCUKXKDKK
toret Market, telephone No 365
fureka Market, lelephone Na 114 319 3
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
hase just received per
HARK " METEOR,"
132 das from Urtmeti,
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
In every line which the offer for sale
AT THE LOWEST PRICES I
T YCAN & CO,
Jmpotter and Jientct in alt kind of
MhmIc Good, Fancy Good, .
Not, 103 and 107 Fort Strkf-t., Honolulu
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture frames and Cornices made to
W. FEIRCE A Co.
Ship Chttn.lt cm
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
Agents for H rand's Guns and Homb I .a in.es and Per
ry Davis' Pain Killer.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Healer In Lumber ami alt kind of Itultd
Iny Material, Valntt, OH, ,all, etc.,
Honolulu, H. I,,
AGKNTS OP 6CHUONKRS
Haleakala, Kutamaau, KeUauluohl, Miry Ellen,
Uilaina, Dauahl and Leahl.
At Robuu on' Wliarf. 310-263
SHOP ft CO., Danken
lcawiucln.c on . ...
lilt lUNK Or CAI.UOA.NlA,
Mwri N M KOI IISCIIII.Di SONS,
IT.. COMMI.KCIAI. HAS'KISr. CLj
Oh SYDNEY, I-ONDON.
ll.eCOMMLKCIAI. HVNKI.SO CO..
Cr SYPNL, SYDNEY
ITi. 1IV.NKS OK Nl.W ZF.AI.X1):
HIE llNKSOP IIKI'CISII COI.UMUIA,
VICIOKU, I1.C, AND 1'ORll.AND.OU.
Tmnijil a Coieral JIjiUi'h itimusi,
( W. MACf ARLANE, II. K. MCrAKLANh.
Q W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Importer., Commluion MerohauU
and Sonar Factor..
I ire Jtroof limMinf .Queen ureet, Honolulu
0....1 et. f. 1. . 11. !.
J, loAler & Co'i Ste&in I'low .nd Portable Iraruua)
it oik,, r.eeuL
Mirrlcti. NYattun L Co'l Suirar Macliincn. (jUiro
OUuwand Honolulu Line of Packet,,
t-uerpoul ana itunolulu l.iuc ol racket,,
London and Honolulu line of Steamer,, .
Sun r ir. Otfic. of tandon. iqi-aj
IT HACKFELD aXo.
tlettrrill Commla.lolt ..rpllf..
Qukrn Strkkt. ...... .. .Honolulu
OLLISTBR & Co.
Wholesale and lUtalt Iiruyytt and To
No. 59, Nuuanu Smit Honolulu
QPH & CO ,
. . , ..King Street
Vpliolsterer. Draper and Dealer In ail
Kind of Furniture
PHILLIPS & Co.
tpnrtei and II hole tale Dealer in Cloth'
Iny, Hoot, Shoe, Hat, Men' rur-
No. 11 Kaakumanu Strpet
Fancy Good, Ktc.
JkiT W. McCHESNBY & SON,
Leather, Hide, Tallow and Commtton
Agents for the Ro)alSoapCoinpan).
No. 42 Qurkn Sthlkt ,, Honolulu
a 1 7-3&J
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
Impoitei and H'hoteate Dealer In Gen
eral M err hand me.
Maw Kit's llLock... Qlkrn Strrrt, Honolvlu
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
F01 tcutditty and Commlton Merchant,
314 California St, San Francisco.
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. 310-262
Such as have been
1'ltOl'KD A ailAA'l) SUCCESS
At Iihaina and Kelaha Mills.
ARE NOW EXPECTED PER "METEOR,"
And offered for tale 1)
H. HACKrELD A. CO.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Offer for sale the
r. bark CHVION, frufn Il6ngkong:
Arm Chairs, lounges, lid!e Chairs.
r ancy Chilrs China Sofas,
Camphor Wood Wavilvobvx,
r bony Marble Top 1 ables,
Nests Red I.ea Camphor 'I runks,
Nests Ithck I,ei Camphor I runks,
White Grass Cloth,
v Plain Pongee Silk,
Camphor Wood Trunks (4 nrntsf)
Prime " Habino Princesis,
Cases Nut Oil,
Half Chests "Ponchong Yee l ai" T ea,
Hair Chests Pongchong Iei, Hen Kce'T
Bozm uZ4sons Cbons June Tea,
Rolls Contract Matlitij
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Itetnll Grocer,
Fort Struct ,, Honolulu
Frcli groceries and pros Lions of all kinds on hand fcml
received regularly from Lurope and America which
will be sold at the lowe-4 market rates.
Goods delivered to an) part cf the city free of charge
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will b,
given to the same. 308 a 60
Telephone No. 14)
importer, uf llvnmtl Merrhitnilh. frout
t'raiirr, Hiiylaitil, tfj.rmuiiy and
the I'ultrit Ittatr; .
No. jS iJui-kn Simir . , ... . IIonouui
C BREWER A COMPANY,
tlrnerul MrrrtHtlleunil CuihmiI..Ivn Agent.
QtntN Sr.ntr, Ho.olllv
OrBou. I L Jones jr , prutdcnl and manager ,
iowph O. Carter, treasurer aikt McrHary. Directoctt
lloiu.Clurli K liiklwuand II A. ' Canr Henry
May, auditor. 'i)f
(rOMMkSLV ITM lOUa-S & CO.)
Hkol4il and Itttall Qrocr,
ill, Kuo brhfcRT ,,Lnl-i lUkHVMY Hail.
H'A o'r ati Grocer,
ll6ANP3lSCALirORNtA STHKRT SAN FEANCtKO
Partkulu- attenti-Mi paid to filling and slupplng Is
tanl orders, 4irt6l
E. McINTYRB BROTHER,
Cuk. Kino ano roar Sr
a 10-26 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Carpenter and Hutlder,
AH kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Iclepliona No. 130, WUIumon' Lapress Office
Siior, No. S4 Kihu Street. . ,, Honolulu
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
Testment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for lung or short periods on approved
security. Apply to V U OkLr.N,
0fic Heater Illovk, Fort St, Maoagcr
T7HE0. H. DAVIES & Co.
(Lath (anion, Grikn ft Ca)
impottwr and CommUiIuu Merchant.
1 loyU's and the Mvcrpool Underwriters.
Hrlitkh and rorcign Alarine (nsuiancc Company, and
Northern AuraiK Company. sjo-363
Jeweler and Diamond Setter,
No 60, Nluanu Stkret, IIorolull, H.
(OppoMtc HollUcr Co.),
Panicular attuitlou paid to repairing.
has removed his stock to
No. 68 HOTEL STREET,
(adjoining Mr. H. S. Iregloan
Where can be founds large and varied assortment of
Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
AUo, all sues and stslcsof
Ladies Fine French Kid Jlulton Boots,
Ladies Common Sense Slippers,
Gentlemen's Embroidered Velvet Slippers,
Gentlemen's Dancing Pumps,
Lawn Tennis Shoes, etc
At pricofl which defy competition.
tJT New Importation JuU received per AlameJa.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE ELITE ICECREAM
The celebrated Ice Cream heretofott supplied at t)
" Line Parlors will be served t the SARATOGA,
1 1 OUSL on Hotel Street, opposite Dr. J S. McCrtw's
residence, until further notke.
C31- Open Dally until 10 o'clock P.X.
Orders for SurrKfct, Wkuuik&s, Halls, Part.!.
Etc, will receive prompt and cartful atltntton.
Our cart with Ice Cream will make lis usual roult
Rolls Imperial .Malting,
Kolls ranc Matting,
Itoxes Chow Chow,
1 tones Cum tuols,
I loses (inger,
Il)acs Fire Crackers,
COILS MANILA ROPE.
New Zealand Potatoes.
FOR SALE BY
Henry May & Co.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort StrtMt- OppoalU Sodd'a SUble..
Beef, Vtal, Mutton, Lamb and pork.
German and Pork Sausages,
Fish, Poultry and Vegetable.
Orders will receive prompt attention. Shipping sup
plied with dUpatch.
iKLKrHONK No. 104
Steam Engine, Holler, Sugar Jtfi7ff
Cooler, Iron, Hi a and Lead Catting,
HofctfLLUl . . . 11, 1
Maihibcry of every description nude to order
Particular attention paid to bhip't bUck smithing.
Job work executed out be shorten nutlet. 1101
f W OIRV1N.
CommtloH Merchant and General Dmler
In Dry Good,
' UVlllllVI. ll.n,
ratuily, KutaUvu, aaUbi payees supplied at bhoit I
nut. iw goods bv tsery sitJi. Orders huui I '"'
U-otUr lsUaJfjUttfullytatoiud J Giw.nlri, Hardwarv, SutloMr), Plui McUwiius,
ONC LBONC JtC,
Aient. fur Moaiiul Muyar, Vutttma lite.
Mi Kadua KL. Hantallvo and MJL
fivuAHV Stkt ... CttawkK Ma.ink
Iteul.r Ih Ikolet.! Utrf, real, Mutton, Ktc.
No. i Qihx Slim, riH Minar,
FamT.jr and Shipping order carefully atltoJed lo.
Ut tuk furnUncd 10 Vut al totMX nolle.
Ve.uU of alf kind, tupobej to ordr.
IkLLriioas No. us.
H-. MeVHKHXKr MOS
lUa.V It AH r. Mana.cr,
Hat J.M licelved per Maripue,
DUPEE HAM8 AND BACON,
Cala Uwu, Kill Salnoa IUIIim, Catv Codlab,
Km aulr rW, halove, fllot ttrwd,
Kacicri, latla Kauina. Dried IfmcUt,
Dried Aprwol, fninn, Uerau,
Oitlirorut Oowb Honey
Tali. Frails J"" wd J.IImi, f'aJr Flour,
Hkaal, Cora, Fetaiom Oaiutu, CandW.,
OU VtflaU aw t tvU Umm IttAUt.
And naaj uUr artlcki loo luiawvua lo mnlx,
bUi will U told al uic U uiU la. liaael. uW SmU-
Ex Meteor, from Uiemcn,
Of handsome design, ami of the most
For sale at
I. A. SCHAXTEK et OOV.
The undersigned lust jut received a fresh consign
tnentcf Vols, i and a of JUDGE FOKNANDF.K'S
worlu of the above title.
Parties desiring Sets, or Copies of Vol i to complete
sets can now bv lupj.hed at
TIIOS. G, THRUWS
t kt Sri"T SroKK,
PLANING ULL, L
AUfcM. mMa St.
C J llardie, Conlraclor and lluiUer, U froprietor.
MouUlui,. and tlnlafl, aj.avf on hand. To. null
ap for Ml. kard and tofl tfan. wood cut and plu.
TUykMe) M'ifc;r IH1I
Can now U oUalrml at lie
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aW Oo hbUI i. o'clock K7 NW" S
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