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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 14, 1885.
Whole Number 237.
VoLUMft V, NUMHER 28.
Tohis heart it strode mkIi terror
That he laue.hed a laugh of scorn
The mn In the soldier's doublet,
With the sword so Irately won.
It ttnirV Ms heart Me the frost wind
fo find hk ettmrad. (1m),
While the Utile field was guarded
Uy the heroes who lay dead.
He drew bit sword In llie eunKght, a
And calted wllfi a lonit Mfoo,
" Ilea.! men, there is one living
Shall stay it out with vou 1
He raised a ragged standard,
Mils lonely soul of war,
And called the foe to onset
By shouts they heard afar
They galloped .wlftly toward him,
The banner floated wide I
It tana ; he una. beside it
Upon hit sword, and died
A'.ir Jfawltentt t-alhrrft farett Mgaue
She Marrh .Uitflitltne.
The American Mnpajlncj for llii month
contain many nitlclei, of ceclal Interest. The
Century prcwnlf (in; portrait of Daniel
Welnter, ctiRravrnl by T. Johnson from a
ila(;utrreotype likrn by I'. tic II. KichirtU, In
l'hllailelphli, In the year 1849. The opening
article It entitled The I-intl of the I'alie Pro.
phet, by General H. K. Colston, wha was
formally an officer on the general staff of the
Esyplhn army, ami, while In that service, com
manded two exploring cxpidittons in the
Soudan. Among the numerous Illustrations
will be found a picture of the late General
Gonlan, taken front a photoprapli made In
Kgypt in 1867, The fourth paper on The
New Astronomy, by S. I'. Langley, treats of
the rianets and the Moon. It Is unusually
interesting and is illustrated with compa'rilivc
and ideal plates and maps. The most read
able paper will be found by many to be The
First Kfght of Iron Clads, March ), tSOl, by
John Taylor Wood. The history of the build
ing or the Mcrrlmac and of the invention and
building of the famous Monitor, together with
a recital of the naval battles fought in Hamp
ton Koads, the destruction, of the Mcrrlmac
and the ultimate fate of the Monitor. Is all
excellently told and vividly Illustrated.
Harper's for March contains one of Woods
worth's Sonnets Illustrated from a drawing by
Alfred I'arsonsi The House of Orange, by
Professor W, T. Ilcwctt, with engraslngs of
"ye Kings and Queens" from old prints and
photographs ; A Glimpc of Some Washington
Homes, by E. W. Llghtner; In an old Vir
gini Town, by Frederick Daniel, etc., etc.
Besides the usual lock stories the number
presents some well written episodes and several
pieces of meritorious Ketry one of which,
entitled The I-ost Ilaltlc, by Kosc Hawthorne
Lathtop is reprinted elsewhere.
Among many Scientific papers In the Popu
lar Science Monthly, the following will be
found worthy of note; Science In Politics, by
F. W. Clatkc ) The Darwinian Theory of In
stinct, by G. J. Romanes, V. R. S.J The Pain
less Extinction of Life, by II. W. Richardson,
M. D., K. U. S., recalls the old fanatical
theory of the "Pleasures of dying and the
peace of death," but in this case the author
applies his practical results to the killing of
animals only, at the rate of two cents per head,
The Accurate Measurement of Time, by T,
II. Willson : and .Superstitions about the
Dolphin, by Dr. llicdermann.
The North American Review, which Is
always impartial and opens its pages to all
phases of thought, contains among other well
treated papers two articles of no ordinary
merit, v'u : Future Retribution, by Rev. F.W.
Farrar, Canon ol Westminister ; and Specula
tion in Politics, by Judge John A. Jameson.
Doth papers deserve more than a passing
notice, but lack of space prohibits the rcsicw
we would like to make.
In the Overland Monthly, The Drift of
Power In the English Government is ably
written upon by Bernard Moses ; Chapters
twenty-five to thirty of On the Edge of a
New Land, by Ada L. Collier, arc civen ; Mr.
James D. Phelan treats of the legal and consti
tutional aspects of Treason . Liberty ; and
J. M. contributes a well written ballad entitled,
The Camp at Jaboncillas, which relates an in
cident under the rein of Archduke Maximilian
The children's St. Nicholas Magatinc has
a frontispiece showing the inauguration o
President Garfield, and contains illustrated
stories, poems and sketches.
The Anglican Church Chronicle for March
contains besides its usual Interesting local andf
island notes, in article entitled, Reflections on
a Recent Uirthday 1 some well printed edi
torials ; Pastoral letters of the llishop of
Honolulu ; and a poem entitled, The Last
Sleep, by the Rev. R. M. Maguite, D. D.
Rector of St. Olase's Southward.
The Friend for this month commemorates
the deaths uf Rev. S. C. Damon and Mrs.
Abigail Willis Smith. The editorial tribute to
the memory of Father Damon will be found
especially touching to the "many cltiicns of
.Honolulu who liae so often in the past
listened to the moral precepand spiritual
teachings of the "old man eulnucnt." The
number also contains the address of Res-. Mr.
Forbes with other tender tributes on the death
of Mrr. Smith, by several uf her sorrowing
The Planter's Monthly touches upon the
Government and the Cuttency, and the new
Kimie Company giscs a resiew of the Sugar
Trade of iSSj ; and presents communications
on Population and Labor and on Co Operative
Special advices from I'ckin st.tte that
all the dignitarict of the Chinese Hni
nirch.ive been summoned to give oin
1011! as to the expediency of continuing
war with I'rancc.
The Russian newspaper Svct, the
organ of General Komaroff, asserts that
there is a strQtig party at Herat who
desire that Russian protection he ex
tended over the city.
The Journal dcSt. Petersburg denies
that Russia has any ulterior designs on
Central Asia, and declares that Russia
will observe the Russo-hngltsh ngrcc-
tm-nt it ills strirt fulfill v. , ntara
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An examination of thcyfeport of (Tie
liureau of Statistics on fbrciRlv iQimi
iration shows a significant fJcCrorfso
during the past year of "'Irish JniirifV
crams arriving at iew voric. ei ,
.1. ' II. .-I C .L. I t.lJ !
isuviccs irom uuruan, atmiii imi,
announce that reports are current there
to the effect that a protwml has been
made to organize a contingent of 5,000
Zulus for soy ire in the Soudan.
A dispatch from Cuxhavcn says the
Swedish steamer Nordcn was run into
and sunk by the JCnglish steamer
Cumberland. Twenty-one persons
aboard the Nordcn were drowned.
General Gordon's dairies, containing
a daily record of life in Khartoum up
to the departure of the steamers to
meet Stewarts troops, will be re
ceived at the War Office during the
The French Chamber of Deputies
rejected the counter proposals of M.
Gcmain to abolish the tax on, unoccu
pied lands and raise the necessary
revenue by increase of duty upon al
An attempt was made by three men
at Lincoln, Nebraska, to rob the State
Treasury on the 38th of February. One
uf the robbers James Griffin was killed,
Alvin Maguire was captured and the
third man escaped.
Additional severe shocks of earth
quake hac been felt in Granada, I.oje
and Albania, in Spain. Many houses
have been destroyed and it is icarcu
many persons hac been killed in the
Father Gavazzi of the Scotch Church
has announced that the committees of
the Waldcnsia and Free Italian churches
hac adopted a scheme for the union
of those churches under the name of
the Evangelical Church of Italy.
Numerous literary associations at
Paris celebrated the 83d birthday of
Victor Hugo on Wednesday, the 25th
of February. A procession of students
offered their congratulations the next
day. Victor Hug6 is hale and vigorous.
Rear Admiral Jocrctt has been in
structed to send a vessel to the relief
of a number of American citizens in
the vicinity of Livingston, AVest coast
of Central America, where they had
gone to engage in work on a projected
A new political movement which
aims at the correction of the Sunday
evil, composed of members of both the
principal parties of the state, was inau
grated at a meeting held in New York
on the 3.4th of February. '1 he meeting
organized as the "Independent Citi
zens' Association of the State of New
The ship Grandee, from Hongkong,
which arrived at New York, March 1st,
reports that on January 7th, in latitude
33 deg. south, long. 1 7 dcg. cast, she
spoke the ship Ilann, from Calcutta for
Demarara, fifty-three days out, with 600
coolies. The Harm had a contagious
'disease aboard and had lost eighteen
Captain William Churchill addrcssad
tficjtWifbrnia Academy of Sciences, on
the "Evening of March 2d., on "The
StU.lv of the Philologic and hthnologic
.Position of the Present Inhabitants of
the Islands of the Intertropical Pacific"
The lecture concluded the scries of
papers to be read by him on the ethno
logy of the Polynesian group.
The British navy estimates for 1886
arc .12,396,500. This is intended to
meet ordinary expenses and to provide
for the construction of thirteen new
vessels, including eleven iron-clads j.tlie
army estimates for 1886 arc announced
to amount to ;i 7,820,700. This sum
includes the expenditures which the
Soudan c.xpcdctton necessitates.
R S. ERNEST CRADDOCK.
M. R. C S. Knc, MIC P. and I S A Loido
IaAte Scholar and Priemnr. of
SVliaitltY ASH MVAtWISE,
King! Collfge, t-ondon,
OrriCK No. i4 fort Street, over N. S Sachs.
Rmidknck Hawaiian Hotel
Or tick Houw 9 lo it o'clock a.m.
931-260 to sand 7 to 8 r. m.
P P GRAY, M. D.f
ritv.stvtAs Asn svttar.os,
Office, next door (o ihe Honolulu Library
9tO to A M.
f to 4 r. h.
; to 8 r
Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m,
REhlbF.NCE.cor. Klruui and Penucola St.
Attnrnry it nit Uitnrtnr rtf'wiif.
rUnlaltol MacMnerr, tie. Shop on King Strtel
near 10 Uuilis & Cooke a. 110-361
ltroTi and Ukaiik !
I'ltrutlurfi nf Krrrtf rarrfJ'(fo,f. Atno
Vithnhtrrrr tnnt Jliinnfitrhtrer,
Furniture W'arcrooml No. log Fort Street. Work-
rtil orders promptly
shop at old stand on Hotel Street.
11 Kaaiiumanu Strrkt ,
J"T ft M If'
(LATP OP OAtCLAM))
Teacher of the Piano-Fane. Address LYCAN & CO.
KssiurnckNo. 10 Kmma street. iSjfi
T M. WHITNEY, M.'D., D. D. S.
ttrntni Itoomi oil 'or Strcrt,
Honolulu , .H. I.
Office In nrewer's Block, corner Hote and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street, 310-361
halt '.re lyn .Vw.
It is rumored that France is prepr
int to send an e.edition to Trix!i to
The Hundegrath t Heme, Switrct
land, has rejectedi the Naturalization
Treaty with the United States.
The second Italian expedition to the
Red Sea, under command of Colonel
l.citcniu, has arrived at Asseb Hay.
It is estimated it will cost ,20,000
to repair the damages from dynamite to
the House of Commons, Westminister
Hall and the loner. .
General WoUclry will hold both Korti
and Gdul, believini! that he can head
off the Mahdi's advance on the former
place by way of Abou Klca.
The sculling match at. S)dncy, Aus
tralia, February iSth., betwl-ea Heach
and Clifford for the championship of the
world was won by the former.
The Mexican Central Railway ts
bringing to the City of Mexico Ameri
can com, which sells in the markets for
V$ cents to $1 per fanega los than na-thttcern
A large house sn Goscnza, Italy, capi'
tal of the province of the same name,
was wrecked March 1st., by the fall of
the floor. I here were sixty persons in
the building at the tune of the disaster
and all were injured more or less
A London dispatch of March istsys:
" Assurances of the safety of General
llullcr's command have afforded great
relief to the public. The escape of the
column from disaster was almost mir
aculous. General Duller arrived at
Korti to day.
It is reported that Bismarck is sup
porting the pacific policy of De Giers
against the military party in Russia,
who want war with hnglanu, anu that
he has sent a protest to the Czar
against an aggressive movement on the
part of Russia.
Panama dates of the iCth state that
a sanguinary engagement had taken
place in the Jauga Valley, Peru, be
tween four companies of Government
troops and 2,000 Indian montencros.
The latter were defeated, leaving 300
dead on the field.
The Chicago Tribune attacks Presi
dent Arthur lor having pardoned
Lorinc and l-'lcminK, who, along with
others, swindled country subscribers
through the mail out of nearly $3,000,
000, intended for speculation in the
Chicago grain market.
The freight depot of the Albany and
busquclianna rail road was totally de
stroyed by Arc at Albany on March 1st.
A large quantity of freight was burned
and many cars were damaged, the
depot is 600 feet long, and was insured
for $S5,ooo; loss about $125,000.
A sensation has been created at At
lanta, Georgia, by the announcement
that Sam V, Small, a well-known jour
nalist and author of the " Old Si" char
acter sketches, has abandoned the world
and gone into training for the ministry
in the Protestant Episcopal Church.
In accordance with the request of
Prince Hohcnlohc, German Embassa
dor to l-raticc, the trench Government
has ordered the expulsion of the German
Socialists concerned in the riot which
occurred on the occasion of the funeral
of Jules Valles, the well-known Socialist
The Central Pacific Railroad Com
pany h making arrangements to burn
petroleum, or earth oil, to make steam
for the shop at Sacramento, California,
instead of wood and coal. Ten large
iron tanks have been placed on a huge
Iramcwork ot wood to get the necessary
fall, so as to have the oil feed the fire
It is believed the dynamiters in
America are hatching schemes ot a
desperate character, and that their next
move will be on Canada or Canadian
vessels. Herr Most was called a cow
ard at a meeting of Anarchists at Haiti
more, Saturday, February ist, by
August Schwcible, and a row was
avoiueu wun uiracuuy.
On the 10th of February, Cyrus W.
Field sued for libel Henry I-aboucherc,
editor of the London Truth and pub
lisher of that journal. February 27th,
a writ for libel on Field was served on
A. Oakcy Hall, London agent of the
New York Herald, and another writ
was issued against James Gordon Den
nett, proprietor of the same journal.
Northcotc's motion of censure was
rejected in the House of Commons by
a majority of only 1.1 ; the leading
English papers affirm that while techni
cally the Government has escaped de
feat yet morally it has been discredited
and condemned ; that the Cabinet is
bankrupt in influence and that Glad
stone has received a severe lesson.
In the Senate of Michigan on Feb
ruary 27 th, a joint resolution submitting
the prohibition amendment to the
people failed to pass ayes 18, noes 13,
which was not the required two thirds.
The vote was strictly partisan, the Re
publicans voting aye and the Demo
crats no. It was then reconsidered
and tabled, to be brought up again
after the spring election.
Mrs. Annie Sullivan, wife of John L,
Sullivan, the champion pugilist, has be
gun suit for a divorce on the ground of
cruel and abusive treatment and gross
and confirmed habits of intoxication.
Mrs. Sullivan desires the custody of
her children, and asks that Sullivan's
property, to the extent of $20,000, be
attached to secure the support of her
self and children.
Mile. Guillamane, who has just died,
was one of the most remarkable women
in Paris. She edited for tvventy-si
j cars I-a Revue des Economises, the
most solid of French periodicals. She
could make the hardest of hard bar
gains, entertained nearly her whole
staff of men and women once a week,
and was chiefly remarkable for her
power of estimating the value of manu
The legislature, of Minnesota, has ad
opted a high license liquor law, making
$500 the figure. The legislature has
also adopted a new Penal Code similar
to that of New York. The most im
portant change from the old code, is
making hanging the penalty for murder
in the first degree. Heretofore the
passage of the death sentence was left
to the option of the court, but no judge
ever exercised the privilege.
The confederacion Mercantile of the
city of Mexico presented a long peti
tion to President Diaz on the
27th of February, asking that
the free zone on the northern frontier
be abolished ; that differential freight
rates on the Mexican Central Railroad
be done away with ; that the high cus
toms tariff on certain articles be re
duced, and that contraband trade over
the northern boundary be especially
It is stated that Michigan lumber
merchants, fearing the decay of forests
in Michigan, have been conferring with
the Central and Union Pacific railroads
concerning rates for California and
Oregon timber lands. The information
gained has been so satisfactory that a
commission has been appointed) go
to California lor a'hnal settlement ot
titles, which will start from Detroit
about the 1st of March. About $3,000,
000 will be invested in California
Flannery, the secretary of the dna
mite committee, declares that the dyna
miters began three weeks ago (about
February 9) preparations for certain
events to take place in England, com
ttred with which all the previous ex
plosions were experiments, and which
he was confident would terrify all Eng
land. I Ic said that the Prince of Wales
would not be molested during his so
journ in Ireland, as he was going
thither with good intentions.
Information was received at San
Antonio, Texas, on March ist.; from
Dimmit county, the scene of the recent
combat with Mexican marauders, that a
bahu of Americans visited a sheen ranch
last week, carried away and hanged
three Mexican herders who are not
known to have been guilty of any of
tense. General Stanley. Department
Commander, is arranging for the estab
lishment of a line of pickets from
Hrownsville to Laredo along the Rio-
Attnrttry (till Cnifiiar-or 11 wnr,
.fn( Airitt to tithr ArKtioittrttirmrtilM,
No. 14 Kaahusianu Struct Honolulu
fNO. A. IIASSINGER,
Agrnt l tithe Achnoirtrittrmrnts to Con
tract for r.ubor,
CAllVEXTIUt AXD lWIMHUi.
TRLKNIONE, NO, 364.
M tnthnttte rrrrtrtt inifl lleiwlrrtt,
MRN FURNISHED DY THE DAY
TOHN T, WATERHOUSB,
rfrr nriil IKnter In Qtntrnl Mrr-
M. OAT, JR., A CO.
UtitUantr titul ipa llentrr.
lint Ituhbrr .SMiiiii Jgrnry
Gazsttr IIlocs . .... No. ej Muickakt SlaitT
toj-34 Hon tl'LU, II. I.
M. OAT & Co.
SitltmaKer, 77rtj nf nil ftttrptlnH
tn it t tr itntf repatmu
Honolulu . . It
Loft in A. CooVt'i new fireproof building, foft ot
iNiiuanuMrerL, 37 "
IN ANY PART OF THE
Aoimtsa vitawvTttY ATTiisnr.it to
Shop at mj- roililonoo. Walklkl rorul,
nonr "Sminy Sonth.
Town onlen may be left at theuflice of
A. F. COOKE,
JOHN II. PATY,
ntitrj I'lihttr it ml Cntnmtitan of Drrttn,
For the State of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of ltishop & Co.
HONOIULU. DAMS, H. I. (0-76f
Q B. DOLE,
Votmnrtor ttl Lair- ami Sotitry Vttbttr,
No. 15, Kaahumanu Strbkt ...Honolulu
rMITH A THURSTON. lV. O. Smith.
O t L. A. Thurston
Attorney at Law,
Na 38 Msrchant Street Honolulu
"ASTLE & COOKE,
Mhlpi'hiy a tut Cammttmton Merchant,
No. So King Street ,,,..,...mIIonolill
IMPORTERS ANp DF-ALtM IN
The Hitchcock A. Company'! Plantation.
Hit Alexander 11 J win I'lantation.
U. Halt.tca.1, or Wau-vIiL-r Plantation.
A H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku. .Maul
The Haiku Sugar Company.
'Ihe KohMa Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Lompanj ol inn Framcsco.
The New Knglanil Life Insurance Compiny of IJoitou
I he ..lake Aianuiacturing lompany ot liotou
D. M e ton's Patent Centrifugal Mchtne.
Ihe New York and Honolulu Packet Line,
'the Merchant's Line. Honolulu ami San FrancUco
Ir. Jayne & Son'. Celebrated Methane.
Wilcox h Gibh's birij?er Manufacturing Compiny,
Wliecler & Wilson's Sewin? Machine!!. a 0261
Tint Copper a nit Miect Iron Worker,
Store unit Itattae
of all kinds, Plumbers stock and metals, houe furnish
Irttf goods chandeliers, lamp, etc
No. 8 Kaahumanu Stifkt ...Honolulu
r EMMELUTH A Co.,
Ttnmtth and Plumber, Heater tn
Stove, Itangc, Tin,
No. s Nluanu Strekt. ...Honolulu
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
importer ami Heater In ttanltvare, Cat
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise
No. 74 and 76, Fort Strekt Honolulu
T W. HINGLEY & CO.
JIanfacturcr of Havana Cigar
IMPORT PR AND DEALERS IN '
And Smokers Article
The most complete stock Iti the kingdom.
King street, (neir Alakea) Honolulu.
TWfRS, THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Street. Honolulu,
IMrORtBR AND DEALFR IN
Parts, Attachment, Oil amt Atcesnorte,
AfiRNT FOR TUP
White ami the LtGitT-RuNHtNO New Home Machine,
Howard a Machine Needles, all kind
CortlceH's Silk, In all colon and sites !
I tar hour 1 Linen Thread,
Clark's O, N. T Machine Cotton.
Mm. Dtmorttts$ Reliabh Cut Patr Pattern
Dealer in Riflra,
Guns and Sporting: Oooi.
Shot, Powdrr, Cam,
and Metallic Cartridges
KKttOHKSR STOWS, in att the.
Sewing. Machine, Lock and Gun Repairing promptly
at t emit a 10. 931131)
COLUMIHA RIVER SALMON
Salmon Belllea, 1884 Catch.
Jut received from Portland, Oregon, by
Tnese Flats can be relied upon ai Pint-Class
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co., .
Are prepared to filrntnh f'nna (Hid Rati
mntrn for Uteri
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Special!
AWAITED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
-JtT R. CASTLE,
Attorney at T.nw unit Xotnry Vtiblle.
No. io, Merchant Strekt Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 3to-6l
ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co.,
( L. A. Thurston,
0. Smith. f
Stock mmt Ileal Etttate Jlroker,
No. 38 Merchant Strekt. f Honolulu
F.ttnhtisktJ in t$& )
Sugar Plantation, Kailoai1r Telephone and ohr Cw
poratton blocks, Itonds and similar Securities
ltoucnr and Sold on Commission.
Money Loaned oti Stock Securities.
Auctioneer ami Contmtlon Merchant.
Queen Strektv .v..... Honolulu
:d. hoffschlaeger & cd,
Importer ami Cotnmtton Mcrclianttf
TJD C. ROWb,
Hon tie ami Styn Painter,
- , P"R Hanore. etc...
I'ermAnent Railways, and Icomotives anil cars, 1 rac
tlon Lnjjir.es and Koad Locomotives, Steam
riouffhinc and Cultivating Machinery. I'ort
able Lngines for all purposes, Winding
Knzines for Inclines.
Catalogue with Illustration. Models and Photo
graphs of ihe alture Plants and Machinery may be seen
at the office of the undersigned. W, L. (IRKKN and
G. W. MACFARLANi; & CO., Agents for Jno. Fow
ler s. C . ai3-264
T EWERS & COOKE,
(bLCCESSORS TO L.KW KRS LIICKSON,)
Importer ami Heater In Lumber ami att
html of Jtultitlny Material.
Fort Street Honolulu
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
ha.e jmt rArcired icr
131 dajs from Ilremen,
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
In ever) line which they offer for sale
AT THE LOWEST PRICES !
J. T, WATERHOUSB,
Invite. Inspection of tti
Following Goods Just Received
Ex lite arrivals
IUsAVK VliKXCH MtUHSQH,
Indies' an I Grfiii' UmUellas,
Untn Sheeting. Fine Fllkt,
Indies ami Gents' Hosiery,
LmUiIdere4 Cloth lalfa Corns,
Ladios and Oont'a Undorwear,
Woolon and Cotton Shirts,
A tjirg. assortment of
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool I)re Gooits.
Ladies' lists, liitnmeil ami untrimtned.
!Sl(;iii(;H iiimI Tiihci'I Ioiim,
All kimls of
LACES, COLLARS, CUFFS, Etc,
A fine tot of
lVo-w sHltrt'l X'liitw,
And a great arieiy of hoth
HNCLISII AND AMERICAN C.00DS,
Too numerous to mention.
Heater lit, fir h. flood, litre. Tea. Silk and
yfy J-anrff (4ood, Hat, Hoot and
V y jTtfivc, uratt, tcea ana j tour,
? ''tf,,r- and Tobacco
irAIw prf?pntor or Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Juinahe, Kootau, Watpto, Kwa, and Heeu.
NUI'ANU ANU ClIArUAIN SrT.,.. HONOLULU
O. HALL & SON.
Importer and Heater In Gtaicare,
Jiertacn xiitcr-i'tatea it ate,
No. 83 Fort Strret...... Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles
rireWare. FancA Soaos. Picture ! fames. Pis
tols, Wostenholm's PocVet Cutlerj't Powder,"bhjt and
Ammunition. Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinas 01 iMacnine in eeuies, -uoraesuc 1 a per r am ions.
Sole ajent of the universally acknowledged Light
Running Domestic Seeing Machine,
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer and Healcra in General Mer
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
Watchmaker ami Jeweler,
Watch repairing made a Speciality.
All orders from the othei Llands promptly attended to.
No. 55, llOTKLhTRKKT,. ...... .... HONOLULU, JI.L
IMPORTERS ANP DEALERS IN
lliydware. and General Merchandise,
CoRNEk or King and Fort Streets, Honolulu
President and Manager
Secretary and 'Ireaiurer
E. O. White. ws-356
William V. Hall
W. F. Allen.
Directors llioma May
P A. SCHAEFER & Co.
Importer and Commtton Merchant,
MlRClUNT bTRKST ...HONOLULU
Hoot and Shoemaker,
lloots and Shoes made to Order.
So. jo. Hotel Str&rt. I
W, PEIRCE & Co.
amt Commtion Jrr-chants.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
A cents for Urand's Guns and Domb Lances and Per
ry Davu Pain Kitjcr. ii 0-361
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Healer In Lumber and att kind of Iluild-
lay Material, Paint, Oil, Salt, etc.,
Honolulu, H. L,
ACINTS Or SCIIOONKKS
HaJeakala, KuUmanu, Kekauluohl, Mary EUen,
UlUma, Pauahi and LcahL
At KoUnion. Wharf. io-s6i
DISIIOP & CO,, Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Li change on
TI1K HANK OK CALIFORNIA,
And ihcir stents In
C W. MACFARLANB, H, R. MACrARLANK.
Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Importer, Commission Merchants
and Sugar Factors
Fire proof Building ....Queen street, Honolulu.
t t. ti it..i. tr- !i
UUUM OI.CCp rSJUIWII -V, lltWll,
J. fcowler St Go's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwaj
Mimes, Watson Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Livcrpoul and HonoluIuLine of Packets,
LaOndonand HoDotutu Lyine of Steamers,
)un r ire Omce of London. iqi-341
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneer and Comttton Merchant,
Cornkr Fort and Qurrn Strkrts, Honolulu.
Sales of( Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and Gene rat
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise. ( I. Lyons,
331-283 (L. J. I,BE.
Such as luva been
viiorjsn A OHAXD SUCCESS
At Lahaina and Kekaha Mills,
ARE NOW EXPECTED PER "METEOR,'
And ofTered for aal. by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Otter for sa'e the
Ex bark CEYLON, from Hongkong!
Ann Chairs, lounges, Ijulics Chairs.
I aao Chairs, China Sofas.
Camphov Wood WanlvobvH,
Ebony Marble To,i Tables,
Nests Red lea. Camphor Trunks,
Nests lltick Ia. Camplior lrunks.
White Grass Cloth,
Plain Pongee Silk,
Cantphov Vootl TrunKs (4 nests,)
Prime 'Hahano Pnncetas,"
Cases Nut Oil,
T YCAN & CO,
Importer and Heater in att kind of
Muic Good, Imey Good,
Nos. 105 and 107 Fort St rem Honolulu
Furniture, Chairs, Sewinj, Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture rracies and Cornices made to
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer and Wholeato Heater In Cloth'
iny, Jtoot, Shoe, Hat, Men' Iur
nUhlny Good, Mancy Good, lite.
Na ,0 Kaahumanu Strret Honolulu
TT HACKFELD & Co.
General Cotmnllon Ayent.
Qukkn Strskt Honolulu
Wholesale and Itttait DruyaUt and To
No. 59, Nuuanu Stlekt Honolulu
OPP ft CO.,
Vphoisferer, Draper and Healer In att
klrnl of I'arnituro
Kr w. McCHBSNEY & son,
Leather, tilde, Taltotr ami Commission
Agents for llit Roal Soap Company.
No. 4a Queen Street.. . ........Honolulu
TWT S. CRINBAUM ft Co.
Impotter and Wholeato Hemler in Gen
Maker's Block,., Queen Street, Honolulu
G. J. WALLEE.
5a BUTCHEH &
To tlic lTs-ont.
A GREAT BOON 10 HONOLULU PUBLIC.
11EEF, VEAL, MOTION,
I'ORK AND FISH.
Kept for four dayi after being killed, ty Hell Cole
man I'atent Dry Air Itefngerator. Guaranteed to
keep longer after ilelivery than fresh kilted meats. 1o
be had at any of MR. WALLER' MAKKKlb and
On King- Street.
T MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY. TF1
S3T Thankine the pullic for past favors, I solicit a
continuance of the same. (j. J. WALLER
Cut lie Full,
TWT S. GRINDAUM ft Co.
I'orwardiny and Commission Merchants,
si4 CalifueniaSt. San Francisco,
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
contirnmentsof UUiul wroducc io-6't
Q J LEVEY ft CO.,
Wholesale and Jtetatt Grocer,
Fort Strekt.. ., ,,, -,.(... Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Europe and America which
will be laid at tha lowest market rates.
Goods delivered 10 an) part cf the city fr of charge
isunaoruers sotiaiea ana prompt aiicntion iu o.
given toth same. k4 jQ
Tclejihon. No. Ii.
fAlMlAl. (XKINO CO.,
p p OWNEV, LONDON,
,. W" SVDNEV, SVDNLV.
Th. UANKOK NEW ZEAUNU:
THE HNKS OF UR.YISH COLUMUIA,
VICTORIA, B.C, ANU TORTLAND.OR.
7Vujji 4 Central lUniing Rutinw.
The Pall Malt Gazette, lately Glad
stone's warmest organ, says : Painful to
the last degree was the humilating and
discreditable performance to which the
Trime Minister tieated the House of
Commons. It was sad to witness this
dismal and even tradgical ending to o
(continued on fourth faof.)
C BREWER COMPANY,
UtHerul MtrtHHllLuHlCiutmls.lvm AgrnL
Qukk Siaiar, Ho.ot.VLV.
OrSctjj I'. C. Jorm, Jr., prsldnl and otanaftrt
jooa w. Lantr, mtaMirtr anj sactrlary. UucaofCjt
lloos. Charle. K, Uuhofi ajij II. .V. P. CwW lleuy
wy. siMuor. IJI'iS.
(rOItltlLV WITH HUU & CO.)
Wk.lt.ol. and Mrtiitl Or.fr,
111, Kmo Srairr V't.ia lUasioar lUiu
Family, ptuuiioa, and Ship ttom supolud at shon
kxkb New goods bv rwy tteasur, Orden from
TeUpJiou. No. 110. irr-trt
Importer, of llenenil Mtrthandh. from
tranee, Jinutmnl9 Oeruiauy tiM!
the Untied Htate:
No. l IJi'iaN Stbiit Honolvi
iiiaKDaiSCAUroaKiASriatr ...Sam Fiancisco
I'arttculv attsutlon tiald to fUluiar and sUDnlnc a.
land orders. sio-sei
TT E. McINTYRE aYJIROTHER,
Ororery ami Fr.l ht.re
Com Kimo and Fo.r St Hunolvlu
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Kajlaii, UolUrt, Sugar Mill;
Cooler; Iron, Hrau an J tend Catting
IIONOIULV ,. ,...H. I
MacMcry U tsrsry dst.riilon Baad. to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's lllatkjmitluiiz.
;vw m s tswuw Ml OS SIUTISH BUUS. tlO-0l
Carpenter am! llutltter.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Williamson s cipresa unicc.
raasrr. .... . .,.,HoHOLUtu
Iclrphoo. No, 130, V
ir, No. (4 Kikq St
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM
l"he celebrated Ice Cream heretofore supplied at the
'Elite Parlors" will be sened at the SARA10GA.
HOUSE on Hotel Street, epnotil Vr.J, S. MiGrcw's
rcsitlence, until further notice.
E3- Open Bally until 10 o'clock P.M.
Orders for Si-rreas, Widuhcs, Haiti, 1'artim,
Etc, svill reccts. (irotnpt and careful attention.
Our cart with Ic Cicam vill make lit utwal route
DRIED D U'C K S,
r Clmta "Ptmcliona Ve TaiH Tea.
Half Chcu l,onKchofie Leu Heli KeeMTca.
Boxes "Loonu Chonji Juuo ' To,
Jtoll IrmerfUr Mailing
RolU Fancy Matting,
Rolls Contract Mattin;
kolls I.intan Man
Ilovei Chow Chow.
Iloxet. Cum Quota,
(oxes Tire CracVcn,
COILS MANILA ROPE.
GBtV ajitf -
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort Strost. Opiioaito Dodd'c BtssblM.
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Lamb and Pork.
German and Pork Sausage,
Fltti, Poultry and Vegetable.
Order will receive prompt attention. Shij'pInK aup
rjicd with dupatch.
MI. It. McCHESNKY X' SOS,
Hbnrv HaUT, Manager.
THR WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vcatmcut Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or hort period on approved
tecum v. Apply 10 W. L. OREEN.
Office Iteaver IllocV, Fort St. M auger
y HEO. H. DAV1BS h Co.
(Itb Iakioh, GaetH k Co.)
Importer and Commission Merchant.
Llod'a and the Uverpovl Underwriter,
Hniiavhaod tortisn Marine IntiiiancaCotApaj.y.and
Northern Auunutct Company, 1 10-1(1
Jeweler and Oamond Metier,
No 60, .......Hucahu Sraaar, HoNOLULt,', H,
(OppfMte llolliattr Co ),
TankuUr attention paid to repIrin.
ONC LEONO Co,
Hal Just received r Mar!u,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
CaU Chen., Kits Salmon Ilcllles, Cam Cudfuh,
Kegs Fanallr Iteef, Saloon I'llol llrcad,
Cr.tkers, TaU. KaWni, Dried rcwlies,
Dried Atiricot, lninea, (Jerni..,
CulU'urnlu Comli Htmoy,
Tall. Fruits, Tama and Isllies, Family Flour,
heal, Corn, 1'otatocs, Oniona, Candles,
Old VlrsiaU IwMt aad Hour PIoUm,
And many other articles too. uumerout to mention.
which will U sold at prices to suit th. liuus. XjT Sslil
faction fuaram.I. CHAS. IIUSTACK,
Tklehon no. ('Jt-JSf) Klc Slieel,
Nu. 86 King Srmsr, Honolvlv, II. I.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER & GAS FITTER,
Copper ami Sheet Iron Worker
And Metal Hoofer.
TIN WAKE, KiC
3T All w.tV cuaranleed and all orders fatltfully
attended to. 1'lcas. leal, orders oil the slate.
r.kt Meteor, (torn Ilremen,
Of hand noma deign, and vt the roott
Vox tat at
7. A. BCHAEIXR COaC
Coot, or Hotil axo Union Shuts.
BRANCH OP EUREKA MARKET.
New Zeintand Potatoes.
FOR SALE BV
ipeisfj for Moaaul JJufftir, J'asima Hie.
And Ka'Jua Kk. rtanialion aad iUI.
Nvva.v SraaaT Coa Uiimi
T W CIRVIN,
CiibhiUm MereAaHt and General Dealer
in liry Hood;
WaiUKV, Mavi , ..II. I
CrocniM. llajd.are. Suiiwvy. Patent Medidasn,
Fafunaa-y ausd Clau.wsv to-otx
Dealer In Ch.le.e4 hUef, Teal, Mutton, Kit.
No. t Quhn Stsuht, Fiim Maaurr.
Faaully arid .'ttiippinf order. cartiiUy ajt.adcd la.
Lis. btods furuubai Ui Veaatb as soort doiim.
VccetaiU. U all klud sur-Used 10 order,
Taianio....,,, ....... No. na.
Henry May & Co.
Just riclv.d, Lr 8- S. ALsJMd i on. asaortaisuil 4
or tn Xautotst Htyio-,
sjj-sjl ALLtN KOBINSON.
Market and is tiretiarcd to lroiuily furoUJt 41J orders
foe ih. diokest quality ot
UEEF, VFL, MUnON,
LA II II AND PORK.
F.suh 1'ohk Sai'sacii (mad. dally)
UounckA kp Buna and Livh JSaiiacm
ReHtfully, CEO. I). SCIIRAEDEK.
Fmst Mailet, TcUj-Un. No. Js.
EurtVa MarLel, I eleiaioii. No. ll(. s-n
The feodei Ufocd ku Juki iettvtd a frt ah cvaufO'
mrm U 'th. luhlitif jUDOK lOKNANDCK'S
works U U4 alut title, ' ,
I'anU dMiriag Seta, w Cvfiea 4 Vol I to caieta
wtk cm now U uipjUd at
THOS. O. THRUM'S
Fot iitut StoM.
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