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A little orrf fiftj- mitts noitliwetl fiom Sin
1'unrisru, ilmattM In the liratt nf Sonoma
rountj It .Santa llou. III csiiml)- wat, on the
line oflh. Sun Kranciteo ami Nniih Pacific
Kaitrcuili the coast rangr. of mfiunlslns jut
Mbl In lh tlittanc rn the writ ami a suc
cession of mountain kii on the cut with ticli
tiitwlity rillfyt enticing nne into fnthanlinc
lieVJs twjntrht, of which Husln ilrcr, llcnnctt,
Klncon, tiircn, Quilicot, Jvtnta Itow, ami
XTFial im.llfr ullrj-t look to It thrlr lui
of mpi'Uti mil nilmil nnikft. I'rom San
Kunritco lhl point li reacheil twice a ilaynow
by fcirj- loTiburon, at jm A. !., ami J-JO r.
XI,, thence by tail touching at fallout ttatlont,
the principal of which aie San Raf.icl ami I'cl
aluma. 1'refghl tralm alto iai ilally to and
fro) thrie it alto a branch line tn the lumber
rrcion of tiuernevllle. The main lln? eMfn'lt
at far noith at ClovcnUk, Ixynrnl which ickh
In itar;et roiwcy the trateler to the important
tawnthipt In the adjacent countiea.
Santa Rom was icttlnl and the town laid out
In lSj, but was to tW tn itt growth that lit
population In 1S70 hail reached but 900. 1'iom
the completion of the raitroad in 1S7J Hi op
ulation hat been tteadily incicxiPR to that no
It claimi 5,000. For tome )cati past it hat
been an educalionaf center, and tn thii coil'
neclion attained tome celebrity, but from var
luut cautes itt claim to the eminence It once
held teemed on my recent vltit to le on the
wane. Santa Kim uat earl- fameil for the pro
fution arxt enormity of itt rotet, and on my futt
ttil to the town eeral )eait agolt ute 1 to be
said that it obtained lit name from thii fact. At
my lat visit, which waa, howeter, two montht
later In the teaton, I mitted the cicat cluttert
on rerandaht and fences, or tingle flowers liVe
great aauceit on butties that had received a
Ijardener'a tytiematic care. The pride and
glory of Santa Hosa is its rote tree thirty feet
hich, the trunk of which it eighteen inches in
circumference, situated near the corner of
Fourth and It streets. To traverse the town
at that time was to be in a continuous scent o'
roses, and I could readily accept the idea that
the name mol appropriate. 1 remember,
too, a thought that mcccsted ittclf at the sight
was, why amid such a profusion could
not some ctTort tc made to utilize them in the
manufacture of perfumery and of that rarest
and most expensive of extracts, ottar of roses
Kit was profitable to manufacture in Kuro
pean countries wheie the supply o( flowers was
mainly limited to conservatories, what was to
hinder the utitiiing of this luxuriant waste.
Hut that, perhaps, would have Iwen too slow
and tedious a mones-roaUng; project for Amer
icans, especially Californiant, where their farms
are big and their yields are large and their mine
gite strikes rich almost beyond comparison.
I foand banta Rosa in the fall of 1SS4 pass
ing through what seemed to me a transition
state. San Francisco gate it the ctcdit of en-
ioiing a "boom," and many Santa Kosans
were deludinc themselves with the same erro
neous idea. I will acknowledge to finding
considerable building activity prevailing, but
mostly of a public and a business character, so
that the improvements noticed were largely
speculative in character, though permanent io
design. In its rally days the business of Santa
Rosa was done on Third and Main streets,
and the activity it is now enjoving is in th: ef
fort to bring all the business over into Fourth
and Fifth streets, and with some prospect of
success, but at the loss and discomfiture of
property holdeis on the south side of the town,
Of late years Petaluma has assumed quite
a rival altitude to Santa Rosa, having doubt
less tome superior claim as a commercial
point, inasmuch as It has shipping facilities by
sail and steam with San Francisco as well
as by rail. This much in her favor, it was not
a matter of much surpriv-.that she should make
the effort to have the county seat taken from
Santa Rosa and granted to her, and as an in
ducement otTeted to donate her plata and sub
scribe $100,000 for a .new county court house
thai was contemplated at Santa Rosa early in
1SS3. A hearing of the Tctaluma proiwiitlon
was fixed for April, but they failed to appear
so the matter was Indefinitely postponed;
nevertheless, a numerously signed petition
from citizens ol Petaluma sought to have the
question of removal of the county scat sub'
wilted to the people, but without success.
Vigorous steps were then taken toward the
erection of a commodious court house on the
plan at Santa Rosa, which had been turrended
10 the county by the c;ty at the hands of the
mayor, and, at the time of my visit on last
new year, a fine substantial edifice, three
lories In height, was rapidly approaching
completion, at a cost of $So,ooa It was of
the same stercotvped general stvlcof county
seat court houses throughout the slate.
A short dittance ab)ve the court house, and
running through from Fourth to Fifth street Is
the new Athcncum building of brick,two stories
In htiuht and of siiacious dimensions. It is
being erected by a corporation of public spirited
citizens, prominent among whom is Captain
U. R. r rater known to many llonolulans
who hat been anchored at Santa Rosa some
aia or eight ) cats. He it treasurer of the con
ctra and practically director or supervisor of
the building committee. The lower story ts
divided for two large stores, and olTthe front
iKJttion of the upper flue will be taken tuffi
cent tyr a lodge and ante rooms on one side of
the entrance, and dressing rooms, etc., on the
other for the use of balls or parties. At the
further end of the (all will Iw the stage and
green toornt, while the main floor It to be
arranged so at to utilise (portion for extending
the stage by a temporary floor as In our Muitc
Halt, I was questioned closely respecting
rmi'tr " ' arrangement of Honolulu's
tWlre, for their guidance, arid gave them to
lbt beat of tny ability, aided by the particulars
puUlthed In the 'Hawaiian Annual for I&81,
It had n. been the original plan to ul a gal
lery aiocnd the building, but on deciding to
do so as ibe walls were King up, they added
a few mote feel la complete the same with
ayiuttilcal proportions. Captain Fiaser lakes
ureal pride in the size and strength of the
balding and the faithfulnew U workmanship
in ka corMtructioo. It is planned to njual in
cspUttittt aud convenience any similar
sstaUc lnifctlH " tax (vast outside of San
Within the par few inn a mimlei of sly
lull Irtldeilirt hi. tweri netted In vanoiit
pant of Ihe low n and the 1 hanije for the InM
In on tetrtal ttteett wat nmiet-alile, ftpedall)
on It Hirrl and ih-Mippti pait f I mHh tll 1
llionf.il ctHild rinl help mnaiUng that tlw
arehltwt and Inllder lit. I rofiftntd lift siTinti
and skill tn frwtt innaiin-ntItn, I lie tim
nf Santa Rom are of Ihe iittul average !,
htit plain In their finish hnlh inii tnalty and et
terirtllj . Tire tmlelt aie ample In tire and
number, of which the Or tint ami lit Cmimi
pi'Iltan lake the lead, lime at lw ettalf
Itvhetl lnkt and a branch nf Wells, Thru A'
Ctt'a Htprett Ageney Of Ihe vailont rtah
llhd Industries of the place there are 1 nne
fruit di)iiit ntahtMimeut 1 twtv ranneilH t n
well appntntnl woolen mill 1 a large tannery 1
Unite a Iir llmirlug mill with the new roller
proresa mvehlnetr. the piiiptll(ir of whleh liad
an untlltfid reeoril of certain consignment t
til llnntihilil. A large shoe factory was ttaited
several )ait tlnee, Iml lint pinvlng pjufilable
the tntittllttst after lying Idle for some lime hat
lieen liutied Into a IvdleV enllette. There it
an ettentlve winery and dittlllcty alto rtlab
tithed at Santa Rom, the piniirletnr of which
hit timllar coneeint Inratnl at tleddtlmig and
at C'lnteidaleln ntlliie the raplilly extending
grape growth of the county. On being
piloted through the one located at Santa Una
iiawai tRiken of a lielng at fine a one and
conducted at at mull an expense at any In the
ttate. The "ait preservative" It repretenled
by ihe Republican, dally and weekly, the
Democrat, dally and weekly, the I)y lloOk,
and Ihe weekly Jmirnvl (flerman). Ilge and
secret soclellet were well reprctmted, Iml 1
Icttnrd nothing of any etlabllthed V. M. C. A.
nor Itt influences "wn tociety at I did In in)
pop visit at Utt Citot, The churches repre
sented are lUptist, Christian, Catholic, I'.pls.
copal, Metlioditt (3) and I'resbvterian denoml
nationi, but they were all tnitll In tire and in
nearly every case, severely plain.
Net iiivny mo,ith since a new city lull w.v
completed on the east of the l'lar.i, In which l
locatetl the public and circulating library, but
t blushed for the apology ol Iwth for a town ol
5,000 Inhabitants, claiming the educational
eminence thai Santa Rosa did. Honolulu's
library and building would lie palatial in
comparison. There has been for years past a
good supply of water dlttiibutrd In main
throughout the town, and at a moderate lax
for a private corporation, and also a gaslight
company 1 as vet they have not aspired tn
Sonoma county hat an area of about S50-,
000 acrct, or double the sire of Maui, lis
products eontitt of wheat, barley, com, oati,
hay, lumlier, potatoes, horses, cattle, sheep,
hogs, poultry, fruit, leather, wine, brandy,
quicksilver, tallow, butler, cheese, eggs,
vegetables, etc. It wat settled largely by rep
resentatives from the neighborhood of Pike
county, Missouri and Ihe evidences of want ol
Yankee go-a-head-itivencss and comfortable
farms meets one on all sides. Of late a new cle
ment has come In, so that there are not to many
"land poor" fatmers to the squre mile as there
used to be ; the tracts me being cut up and put
under cultivation by younger bloods.
The following is an estimate of the principal
cereal pioducts ol thu county, last reported by
the Slate Agricultural Hoard 1
Wheat 6 1.000
Napa Valley, adjoining Sonoma on the cast
is famed for the extent of its grape culture, and
its enthusiasm has taken possession of Sonoma
to such an extent that hill sides in nil direc
tions are being cleared and planted in vines.
In mny cases this is to the neglcrt of grain and
fruit growing, as last year thejc latter showed
a decline while 18,000 acres were reported in
vines, giving a yield of 2,000,000 gallons of
wine. This next year the vines will be in bel
ter bearing, and it is estimated they will pro
duce 3,000,000 gallons of wine. Fresh intciest
is promised this year in Ihe increasing of Ihe
acreage of Iroe and small fruits to rive ptofila
ble employment to the canneries and pre
serving works recently established. Hop
growing is also claiming attention, but the sud
den drop in prices last year is likely to dctci
any extended cultivation at present.
The roads around Santa Rosa were in ex
cellcnt condition at the time of my visit, and
with a fine team one could enjoy to their full a
variety of delightful drives ; a trip along by
Santa Rosa Creek into Rineon Valley proving
not the least attractive for a days drive or
ramble, nor a trip to Bennett's Valley for a
glimpse of its fine scenery. By rail, .in sum
mer, or early in the fall, a picnic-party trip to
the Guerneville redwoods, thirty mites away,
gives rare enjoyment to revel for a time
among the monarchs of the forest.
Honolulu, March 20, 1885. T. G. T,
On Thursday afternoon last the Ladies
Christian Temperance Union held their regular
monthly meeting at the V. M. C. A. Hall,
with good attendance, at which reports of com
mittees were presented and papers relating to
the importance of temperance read. Miss
Mary Green reported hopefully of her work
among Hawaiian women upon which she has
recently entered. A committee was appointed
to provide coffee to the fireman at future fires.
The promised lecture by Professor Wayland
lor the benef)t of the Union will take place on
Tuesday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The
following correspondence lias taken place be
tween the Union and the fireman s
Honolulu, March 5th, 18S5.
T tki tuitt JUse Ceuifvny:
Gentlemen t At the last meeting of the
" Womsn's Christian Temperance Union," a
vote was passed by the ladies to express to Ihe
Pacific Hose Company iheir warm approval of
the decided stand taken al their last annual
celebration, excluding the use of spirituous
liquors from their table- an act warmly appre
ciates! by the society who need and value such
co-operation, and who earnestly hope that
other compantes will fall Into line. It wat
also voted that our society offer to furnish cof
fee 10 the fireman when called out to duty on
future occationt, and thus prevent as far ai
possible the distribution of intoxicating drinks.
Mm. II. ,M. Wiiit.my,
Mkj. It. F. DlLLI.NCIIAM,
Honolulu, March 19th, 1885.
7 lU Ctmmittn of Iki Hjviau't Timfit
axil Uniitl, Jhilthilu, . .
Dear Lamus As secretary of Pacific Hose
Company, No. i,of Honolulu, ( have been
requested by ihe company to communicate to
you and acknowledge the receipt of your letter
of March jib.
I have the honor to say that out company
fully appreciate the kind feelings extended by
ihe Ladies' Union ami heartily join In accc) I
Ing the propusTd donation you offer. Please
accept the company's lhankt, and believe me
to remain, Youit sincerely,
C. K. MILL".,
Secretary P. il. Co., No. I,
Frofrsto; Geo. L. Habcock, lecher of
niuilc, has removed fiom No. 10 to 13 Euiina
street, opposite, and is now prepared to take
a few more pupils for Instruction on the piano
tide, tic, Mr. Bibcock's reputation at an
ltifUtof of music has now become so well
cttaLUtBttJ bcrt at to ncca no wither endorse'
I mil .Vli ir.l 11 1 1 1 '
Hnhukmin nn.l ihr hfhnli tirtlhnt,
I n t Mr J It. Ailte Hon under a ,I-nbant
tleel annliig list lneUy moinliig, lie lii
wat In I an outgoing wtwnger nnlhe Klnni.
lilt MrMllirt eye Imikwt more elmnly lliait Ihe
miitka hllHas he mhl 1 ' We are likely tn
have a niflnkey and piiiol lime of It tn-nlghl."
I wat mm frightened at hit foietatt limn
ilmekrd at lilt wnrdly tevlly, for I thought nf
my good grey Heed and the landing at Mahu
kima and of Ihe nwlti1lliy that my refold nf
mm-tilfknrsi might lie lurtken.
Hut even wMthir proplielt have unfailing
hnimr in thtlr ilty and geiieialiiHi, ami I had
Ihe Alltfaelloti of laughing hit fears In srorn
at we ed nut ol the channel undcl almost
dmi.llew tklrt and with the hiraWrt slipping
like ilpplei over ihr reef.
W'e were a falily representative lltl of pat
tcngeis 1 Mr. AtheiUm, a plantalloii agent 1
Ml, West, A long established uiaiiiifailiiier I
Ml Charles Nnlley and Mr. William Cornwall,
piartlcal planters: 1 IN Judge Kauhikoti, an ex
ecutive of Ihe gnveinmein 1 Mr, J11tl.ce Aholo,
an et envoy extraordinary and a present mem'
I of iKithllietembeiKutlveaiid lliejudlclaryi
Mr. A. I'. Cooke, an Interlsltnd freight mover
of eterifuce 1 Mr. Watson of Ihe California
Sugir Refintiy, an rnglueer of international
reputation 1 Mr. T. R. I.ucat, a pintpcioiit
luildct 1 l:-l.leutnaiil Smllhe, ahipny bride
groom 1 Mr. While, a tnurl I to lovely 1 1 Ho 1
myself, a molest "ehiel" ".i-tikln' notes,"
The pawage wat mill-ponditli lit lit tnioolli
n;st, (compuatlvely.) though the run wat not
an etpcclilly quick nne. W'e reached lihalna
at 9145 r, M, t Malaaea, nt 2130 Wednesday
morning I Makena 814130, and Mahukona
about i) o'clock.
My fust view of Hawaii wat from the bridge
of the Khun off the Kaupo coast of Maul about
51IC, A. M. At lint time only the general out
line of the noith-western coast was visible. At
t lie grey dawn lightened, three peaks showed
eleir against the steel-blue sky, Manna I.0.1,
Hiialalal, and Manna ICea. The first mid the
lavl named were capped with snow and the
lcss;r bight of llualalal teemed a long, slight!)
convex table land connecting them like the
coloisal ligature ol cyclopean Slmese twins.
As we neared the Hawaii shore, the Kohala
Mountains, that before had seemed to be part
of.Mauna Kci, began to show their individual
fevturcs. A mass of cumuli resting on Upolo
Point, mid a gicy translucent veil that only
hvll concealed the crest ol llalcakala were
Ihe only clouds on all the broad horizon, as the
anchor chains rattled wlthin,caty rifle range of
The word Mahukona has no tangible Kng
lisli meaning 1 it is a pute locality-word. Hut
from time iinineinorlil it has lfldd a notable
place in Hawaiian aftiirs. Tradition docs not
record (so far as 1 have been able to discover)
that Mahukona was ever the home of the
ancient Hawaiim kings, but it was unmistak
ably the tnot famous fishing resort of old
times. In (lie antl-nimpean d.i)s the fishing
used to attract chiefs not only from all puts of
Hawaii hut from thoie pi ices on the other is
Ivnds not at the time in feud wilh Hawaii ;
and the fish stories extraordinary of the old
Hawaiians who rcme.iibcr them exceed, In
vigor of imigination and picturcsqucness of
embcllisknieul, the piscatorial romances of
San l'rancican smelt-fishers or the Adiron
dack trout-killers. In those days giant pow
der was latent and harmless in undeveloped
nitre deposits and unmanufactured glycerine ;
and even the great god Maui's net was not
large enough to hold the injrl.nl life that
swarmed along the Mahukona beach. The
cartridge-killer ol to-day, u ho laughs alike at
law- and the peril to his own wrists, lias al
ready let slip the dogs of dynamite lo play
havoc with the finny legions "of Alcnuihaha
Channel. Yet even"Ww llicro-are caught
along the Mahukona coast mullet, bonito, fly
ing fish, uu, minim, ulaula, haeae, kole, (the
favo'ritc fish of the late Ruth Keclikolani),
viuid, lobster, crabs, etc
Mahukona was a favorite starting point for
those chiefs who guided ihe great war canoes
of the fighting age to the beaches of Maui,
Molokai, Oahu and Kauai ; and, perhaps, to
quatnrial islands. On the site of the present
Mahukona warehouse were found the remains
of three war canScs of old-time build, needing
no unusual exercise of the imagination to
make them look like those so vividly pictured
by the artists of Li Peruse and Cook.
To facilitate the clan-gathering of early days
two walled running paths began at the Mahu
kona beach, curved gently around the first
slopes and then made almost straight paths in
Ihe direction of Kohala and Pololu. These
oaths may still be traced almost their entire
length, though long disused and now crossed
daily by hundreds of wall-levelling cattle,
horses and swine.
The Mahukona under-ground brook is one
of the most authentic, and one of the most in
teresting Hawaiian legends. The story is that
beneath Ihe rocky gorge where occasional rain
fed torrents run underneath the Mahukona
warehouse to the sea, a perennial stream is
flowing. There was access to this stream
through a cave, the entrance to which was
known to nil Mahukonans. Hut one day the
leople disobeyed the Gods (or earned their
displeasure in some unknown way) and when
Mahukona awoke one morning (perhaps after
an earthquake shock) the mouth of Ihe cave
was (.losed, and the land-locked stream was
lost to them. They searched and dug, and
searched and dug again, and yet again J but
Mahukona's unfailing water works "were shut
ofl from them forever."
A later tradition modifies the legend. Near
the landing is an old hut in which old and
broken jars and calabashes and more modern
water containers still remain. The story goes
that no longer than fifty years ogo an old
Hawaiian lived in that hut and sold fresh
water lo his neighbors. It was believed then
that he lad rediscovered the entrance to the
old-time itrcam. If so, the secret died with
him, for even Soo feet of artesian boring, in
Ihe mffeitJ course of the stream failed to
reach the subterranean channel or else the
stream had leased to flow.
The reality of local belief in the Isgend is
attested by the foundation of a famous heiau,
built near the entrance ol the lost cave, In
honor of its discovery, It was tended by
vestal virgins and was a sort of Hawaiian
Mecca for the residents of Mahukona and
other poorly watered parts of the Island.
Pardon, O learned in Hawaiian lore, if I
make the legend mean too little ot too much I
Pardon, for I do but tell the talc even at
'(wai told lo me.
Mr. Athetton, with that smooth facetious
ness which is one of his pleasantctt character
istics, suggested that when I landed al
Mahukona I might try and do something In
steam plows Mr, 'Lucas suggested thai I talk
up lawn mowers; Mr. West wat confident
that 1 migbl find it advantageous to describe
the fine light phaetons manufactured by his
firm and Mr, Cooke thought 1 might di
pose of some croquet sets by careful canvassing,
Hut I was sufficiently acquainted wilh Mahu
kona's topographic reputation lo be greatly
non-plutsed by their banter, I found the shore
line rough enough and th country back of il
but little smoother. But I found, 10 my
urpriie, excellent grits growing among
(be rock 1, arid the cattle and horses
looking la splendid condition. The pi!i and
miniinU grasses and Ihe pulele (milk weed)
grow well and not only cattle and hoists but
swine Ihrlve upon Ihe nxky slopes of ihe Ma
hukona eoatl, beller than they always do In
fjr tmonthrr and far more hmiiUnt patluret,
I saw healthy looking, fill swine thai had made
their llsinij "among Ihe rocks" ilnre Ihey
wcic wmiied without a Utile of grain or any
niher frill m thai their "native liwih
affaided. I iiKitellnl greatly -until my hott
inlil me lhal Ihe Mahuknna pigs f ancient
days - ranglnq at now and foraging at now
weie eelihraled alike for falneti and fiirlltvor,
'I here aie no liea al Mahukona, not evrn
prolan. Ilul atmnt three hundred algerobat
have lieen planted. 'I lime the plgi hate
tMeil are lining well and will iloubtlett
plead and flourish and add gienlly tn Ihe
beauty and value of Ihe riglon.
Hut not for lis fishet) or itt Irgrndt It Malm
knna mutt nniewiulhy. It It Ihe luiuut and
spoil landing and loading point of the !o
hala Railway-at once the aoita ond Ihe Jugular
vrln of ihe rich Kohala region. Over a door
way in the hospitable and happy home of Mr.
C. I Wight, superintendent of the . tllway
and nianvger of lion. S. (!. Wilder' nmlll
fallout intcietli on the Island, It the Incitlve
senlcnre 1 "Occupation Is the set Ihe of lime."
Ihe aphorism It Ihe key-note of the man and
the ruling principle of the ttitriprlte he con-
ilucis. 'Ihe Utile railway It prodigiously ac
tive, and rniirtlHiiullngly successful ns Ihe
following summary shows t
Freight carried In lSS, 20,000 tons I pat
icngcrs ran ltd in lK.S, o,ono.
W'otk wat begun In , of 18S1, and
completed in , of 1S82. The road Is
10 tulles loii and lotc mly three miles In
curves, The minimum curve Is 7 feet radius,
'there me on the line 17 bridges and Innumer
able cult, one of the latter being 8 feet high.
'I licit- are however no tunnels on the line.
Sit station houses are built for the various
plantations, the nearest being nt Hawl, Ihe
plantation of Mr. R. R. Hinds: and the
failliest being at Niulii, Ihe plantation of Judge
C. V. Ilarl.
The rolling stock of the rind rontisls at pies
cut of 3 locomotives, I Ransomc & Itapicr,
(Kngllsh), and 2 Baldwin, (American) ; t pas
senger coaches, 1 caboose, 5 flat cars and 34
box cars (with sides but not roofs).
it before mentioned, Mr, Wight It lupciln-
tendent. Hit hook-keeper It Mr. I.. (I Mc.
Mlllau. Mr. James Shaw It engineer, Mr. W
J. Willhms, conductor and Mr. John Cramer,
section boss. One regular fire-man, I regular
brake-man, 6 station agents, 12 section hands
and 7 laborers arc also employed a total of
32 men. Wilder t Co s store at Mahukona
Is managed by Mr. II. P. Woods.
Rev. A. O. Forbes mid Rev. Arthur II.
Smith were here when I arrived. They had
come from Knna, where the general nssucia
lion of Hawaii churches had met j and were
going on in llilo by lire Kinau.
My next letter will describe the railway
ri.le from Mahukona to Niulii for which tat
ter place I leave to-day. R. S. S.
Mahukona, March 1, 1S85.
7e .Veil .fifiifiiorfriy Strain Vitrket,
The Morning Star was built at Bath, Maine,
and was launched August 6,1884. She reached
Boston September 19, 1S83, was dedicated
October 2S and sailed for Honolulu on Nov
ember 51I1 of the same year, accompanied
down the harbor by a hrge number of friends,
a photographer, and a tow-bo it to return
them to Boston. She was loaded by Brewer
& Co. in Boston with a general cargo and
consigned to Brewer & Co, of Honolulu.
It was a pleasant and beautiful day that
we sailed, and the bright faces of our
pleasant company, as they gathered in the cabin
to lunch, were in great contrast to the anxions
faces of the few remaining on board twelve
hours later, as the new and untried Starjeud
ded before the heavy N, W. gale w Inch" vas
blowing at the rate of sixty miles an hour, and
rolling up a sea equal to that off Cape Horn.
We were soon under close reefed fore-topsail
and flooded with water, which required the
utmost exertion of all hands to keep it from
the engine room ; the doors and bulkheads of
which were broken through by the force of the
water. A trial was made to heave to, but at
once proved a more dangerous position than
running before the gale,' owing to the heavy
load of provisions and coal on the main deck,
much of which was spoiled by -salt water.
After a long and tedious job we succeeded in
easing the vessel by throwing overooard several
tons of coal and thus riding out the remainder
of the three days gale with case and safety. It
seems that all the wind must have blown out
in that gale, as we had no severe one after
ward, but very light and variable winds for
the entire voyage, even in the trade wind re
gion. We sighted the Patagonian coast and sailed
down it several days before entering the Straits
of Magellan, and were one week from the At
lantic to the Pacific lying at anchor three
days of that time, two of which were spent in
procuring fresh water. We had found out
after a few weeks sail that nearly all the water
in our two tanks (35,000 gallons) lud dis
appeared, which obliged us to make the re
mainder of the voyage on allowance.
The passage through the Straits of Magellan
was for the most part pleasant and interesting.
We remained two days at Sandy Point the
only civilized place in the Straits- and pro
cured fresh meats and vegetables. We passed
several steamers during our passage through
the Straits and, as we learned from some of
them, the Morning Star proved a source of
wonder and caused much abatement as, using
hard coal little smoke escaped through the
long main-mast smoke stack, and no motion
of the propcllor could be observed; we were
supposed by many to have some power of
motion by elecricity.
We sighted Hawaii on Friday, March 13th,
and were soon after becalmed. Fires were
then started, and w e steamed against a southerly
wind, at times blowing jind. Sunday noon
March 151I1, having sailed fifteen thousand
one hundred and seventeen miles, and having
steamed during that time two hundred and
thirty four hours, we came into poit.
I lie fastest time made under steam was six
miles an hour, and the fastest under sail eleven.
For twenty-four hours, with an average of
ninety revolutions per minute, il required four
tons of coal.
Not having a full day'i run of twenty-four
hours during the voyage, and Ihe vessel being
three inches by the head and listed to the tar
hoard, we are not yet able to tell what her
sailing qualities will be In our usual light and
During our stay in Huston, the Morning
Star was visited by more than fifty thousand
people, most or lmni weie owners.
.She was welcomed by Ihe natives wilh wlt
uptm her sides all cordial " Alohas," After
refuting, and preparing, we expect to sail with
her on a voyage tu Micronesia in nest May.
Isaiah Hhay, Master,
The tegular monthly meeting ol Ihe V, M.
C. A. took, place last Thursday evening with
a rather sparse attendance. One ntw- member
was elected and a committee appointed tq
humiliate officers for the association for ihe next
year, Ihe election of which will lake place at
Ihe April meeting. A committee of arrange'
incut was choten tu receive Mr. J, II. McCoy,
ihe general secretary ol the Stn Francisco
Association, who is ricctcl to arrive by tht
Alameda on, Monday neat, and to tiuugc
with him Or all servtcci during hit tay.
lliiNni.iM.li, March, II, ISS5.
I..K al Iradr irmalnt In h tame ipile t tlate
since tatl wilting, but our shipping Imuses
have tint by any means lieen Idle, Judging by
the tiHiil list, and the ilixtllnn of inwaiil
The fnrrlgn atilval for Ihe wrck embrace
Ihe Dltrovrry and I'.lla liom San I'raneltni,
Morning Sim from lloslon, Kllkll.11 frmii Purl
Townseud, I-"l) l,ainptnu fruni New Cattle,
N, S, W, Clly of Hydiiry from Ihe Ciilonles,
whalethlpt Ohio and II, I', llenlniaii fiom a
cruise, Imperalor from Llvrrpwl and Win.
Keillor, from Newcntlle, N. .S, W,
'I hr deparliiret for the lame period euibrare
the City of Tukln for Japin, Ihe Mailita, I),
C. Muuay, City of Sydney taking good full
cargor nf Island produce, Tho Mcltotc for
Nanamln, II, C, in hnllatt, and Jennie Walker
for Fanning' Itland with supplies have also
sailed. The exxirU by these vessel amount
In a valuation ol $ 10,811,57, of which
$6,8Vi.37 wat Ihe domestic produce value.
'Ihe oirgo of Australian coal per Lady
I,aitii5nn hat been liouglit by Allen A Robin
inn and the hard coal per Morning Star hat
neatly all been illtpotcd of, In Iivk'i privalr
paitlct for their Immediate use. 'Ihe Iniperatnr
at hind vcttctday brlngt a cargo of coal from
'I he auction tale of household fmnlluie, etc.,
at the lesidcncc of Ihe late Capl. Oil, wai
well attended and, considering Ihe limes, re
sulted satltfactorily, Al the mnilgagee's real
cttate sale by I.. P. Admit on Monday, several
pirccl were withdrawn, titlsfactwy settlement!
Iiavlui been made. The Lilulna lot, wilh
fiouie Iherenn, sold for $720, and the third III
Iciest In a pitcel near llilo was sold to the
llilo Sugar Co. for $80.
On Monday, next, the Alameda will be due
from San Francisco, with dates In the idlh
Inst, The calamlla may be along any lime
aficr to-day noon. Sugar advices per Clly of
Tokin reported an advance in our favor of
$1,65 per ton. W'e are selfish enough In hope
ill 1 1 the market will show a continued upward
I'm llnnn 1'iilttlcn,
Messrs. Henry May A Co., No. 98 Fort
trect, recently received per stcan cr "City of
Sydney,"a large lot of Ihe new crop of NewZca
I mil potatoes, which can be purchased In any
quantity desired at Anc rates,
The special attention of all interested In
horsc-ficsli is directed to the new advertisement
in another column, of Mr. C. H. Miles, who
evidently thoroughly understands his business.
Ills article 011 "How to bic.ik a Colt" shows
good common sense, and will satisfy those
having horses lo break, that they can safely
entrust them lo his care,
The Pacific Hardware Co., No, 74 and 76
Fort street, hat Just received, per steam
baikcntinc "Morning Star," a large stock of
rrfrigeralors, ice-chests, chandeliers, kerosene
oil stoves, Fairhank's and Howe's patent
scales of all kinds, together with a very fine
assortment of other goods in their line, nil of
which nrc offered at Uwttt market rates.
Messrs, I'. O, Hall A Son., corner Fort and
King street, have just received, per steam
baikcntinc "Morning Star," an immense stock
of goods', which arrived in perfect condition,
direct from Boston, and are offered at vtry low
prices. This Importation deserves the special
.attention of buyers, ns it comprises the finest
assortment of goods, probably, that has been
received this vear, especially in the line of
plows, breakers, stoves, ranges, etc. for
particulars, sec new advertisement.
Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co. recently re
ceived a lirge shipment of every variety of
Calilornia Canned Fruits, assorted Jellies, etc.,
and per steamer "City nf Sydney," over 100
cases of the "Auckland Preserved Meats," In-
I eluding the celebrated "Australian Cannrd
VrUrfeL" (or the sale of which they have the ex-
hum-; atucy iui inc Hawaiian isiauus.
These goods are all fresh, very desirable, and
can be bought at the h-uist market rates. See
Mr. P. M. Mclnerny, like the "Phoenix,"
"has risen from the ashes," and re-established
himself in business at No. 107 Fort street,
next to Messrs. Lycan & Co. Mr. Mclnerny
relumed from San Francisco by the last
steamer, Mariposa, wilh a fine assortment of
lauics , gentlemen s and children s boots, shoes,
gaiters, slippers, etc., which he has iust fin
shed opening, to-day, and invites a careful in;
speclion of the same. There also will be another
large lot of these goods to arrive, by next
steamer, "Alameda," due on Monday, next.
These goods are all fresh and having been
bought for 'cash, will be sold at living rates.
nee new advertisement.
"Why don't you give us a little Greek and
Latin occasionally ?" asked u country deacon
of a new minister. " Why, do you understand
lhoe languages?" was asked. "No, but we
pay lor the best, ami wc ought to have it.
Now, if this deacon also wants the best
bo.lily food he should go to II. E. Mcintire &
liru, 1'orl street, corner 01 King, anil purchase
a supply of their fine groceries and' provisions
especially one of thoe Westphalia hams im
ported direct from Germany by steamer and
rail, not forgetting an assortment of their fresh
canned goods and fresh roasted and ground
coffees, as well as leas and the thousand and
one other articles in their line.
The most absent-minded man was not Ihe
man who hunted for his pipe when he had it
between his teeth, nor the one who threw his
hat out of Ihe window and tried to hang his
cigar upon a peg, nor the man who put his
umbrella looted and went an J stood lichind
the door; not but the mm who passed the at
tractive stand ol Mr. J. W. llinglcy, at No.
84 King street, without getting a glass of thai
delicious soda walcr furnished there, and one
of those choice, imported, Havana cigars kept
by llinglcy. In fact, "Hingley's," is ilu;
place where you can find everything desired in
the, cigar and tobacco line, and have the free
use of a handsomely decorated room, furnished
wilh local and foreign papers, etc,
Mr. N. S. Sachs, at the popular millinery
house nt No, (04 Fort street, invites particular
attention to a large Importation of new
goods just received, consisting, in part, of full
lilies of cblured straws, and horse-shoe bon
nets, in black, white, and asrorted colors, real
ostrich-plumes, in great variety, velvets,
plushes and satins, of all 'shades, to
gether with a very complete stock of ladies'
and children's hoiscry and underwear, among
which will be found children's full regular
made hose, all sizes. In assorted colors and
patterns, offered at the uniform price of 25
cents per pair, guaranteed to be of best quality
and worth 50 cents to 75, cents per pair. Also
a special lot of ladies straw hats, assorted
colors, at one dollar.
ine tntlennaule joy which nils a young
man's bosom when ho carves his first fowl, li
more than counterbalanced by the mortifies
lion which ensues when lie involuntarily nulls
it over into his lap. Deep as these feelings
may lie, they are nothing like the enjoyment
felt when smoking one of those finely flavored
cigari, manufactured by Mr. George Wood,
who, recently purchased the inteiesl of Mr,
J, W, Hineley. In ihe late firninf J. W. Him;.
ley & Co., and who will continue the business
at the old stand. No. 59 Hut meet, Mr,
Wood hai increased his facilities for manu
facturing, so ai to keep pace wilh Ihe growth
of hit business, and, hereafter, w ill be prepared
to supply all articles in hit line, at short notice
anu ai mvii rates.
" I've ttolcn a coat," &4ul a mm to Uwycr.
'anJ I want you to dclcnd irtt Think fou
can j-rove mc Innocent?1 0, jrc, e cm
lrott;ttut you were a humtrnl miles ajf
when t'ic coat wai itulcn, am) that the pivne
eutloti it malicious." "How much will you
cbarK?M "What wwt of a coat U il?" Vmu
rate never been woru" "Well, I wpnt
charge jou anyihlinjijuiiyive mc the coat.'
Thclaci that the lawyer was willing to accept
the out, as his fee. Indicates that It was nude
sal ikaa tailArlV ..( .1.1.'. k a .. l. f 11
Kerr, No. a7t fteicbant atrect, who la noted
I lot nUkUg up fatnu Jo (mt-cUa style, at
leasonable pikes, anil alwait lui In stock al
laige riHorlmcnt of veiy tlrtlralile goods, 'I h I
handsome hew uniforms) for Ihe Kmg'i Guard,
were lerenlly made nt ihe rsiablMimetlt of'
Mr, Keir. I
'I he California Produce and Provision Co., '
I No, 73 lintel slrret, under the able man
agemenl of Mr. Hy Datls, (lately fmni Metn
M, S, tiilnbauin A Co,) ha received a large
ml (Inn aitnrllnrnt of all kinds of aillclr In
their line nf trade, eiirclally California fresh
fruit and butler, which Ihry reeeltc by eveiy
ileanier, Mr, Davit, also, ha termed lb
valuable agency nl "Ihe Jc Mval IMIenl
t'rrani VpitMlnr," which t xltaeti ctrain from
milk inimeihalely a Il iimirt (mm Ihr tow,
wllhoul telling, or holding, acoinpllihln
woudcri lii Duller making, M. Dull, alieady,
his received an order for one nf Iheie machines,
lo anlvc, and soon will be prewired In tlior-
luuniy Inlioiiucr them, I note Iritriettrtl in
lair v wink ihould not fall In Invettluale Into
Ihe merits of llilt great Inyuillori,
Mr, M, Mclnerny, Ihe old rtMhlidieil
house, coincl Foil and Merchant meet, re
lenlly iccelvcd per steamer "Alameda," from
San Pramlscn, and tteom brlginllne "Morning
Hlar," from Hotfon, one of the laignt lniKir
lallont of goods In lilt line ever brought In llilt
kingdom Those not Intimately acquainted
with it,! boutr hive but little rralirallon of
the extent nf Mr. Mclnciny'i prcmitct, and
the amount nf business tranticlcd by him, He
In one fhm, In n building 011 Merchant
I, devoted exclusively. Iu a. illinl.vy of all
1 ol Irunkt, valtartjWtravclini! bant,
titchct, tic, while his' other premise arc
mien wiin large assortment 01 evcryming 111
the line of gent's furnishing goodi, including
watches, lewelrv, etc, at well as a fine stock
of ladles , gentlemen's and clilldren'a lumlt,
thoes, gallrri, and sllppcrl, all of which aril
clet visitors are cordially invited In examine,
A dlicontolale parent deilres lit In Illicit Ihe
following 1 Willie--All li forgiven ; come
home. Father it recovering from the explo
sion, and has bought a new pipe, Ihe minis-
Icr pardons you for placing that bucket nf
water over the door. The cat don't appear to
mind the lost of Its tall. Your ilncr Annie
longs to tec you, and sayt sou may keep the
gold pen if )nu will respite her teeth I anil ynu
may have vour nlctuic taken at Ihe Sun
Pe.ul Photographic Gallery, No, 87, Foil
street, corner of King, by .Mr. Theodore
Scverin, who Is piepared lo lake In the best
manner, all kinds of photographs Including
Ihe new styles of "Panel," "Jloiidoir" ami
" Promenade photos. His specialty Is tin
types, which he furnishes in good style, at
Iroiii 50 cents In $1,50 each and gems In
lockets, nl e.0 cents per dozen. Photographs
of Royalty and island views in great variety
Many of our residents here, arc doubtlcsi,
familiar with the patent adjustable swing which
It in such general use in Ihe parks and other
public places, schools, residences, etc, through
out the United Slates. This swing it arranged
lo securely scat four persons In a carrligcbox,
facing each other, and is propelled by the
weight and position of the occtiiunli, who can
easily regulate the movement of the swing to
any degree of momentum desired so as to
almost approximate perpetual motion. Mr. K.
v.. .ttaylicw, carpenter, at rso. 00, Hotel street,
has recently introduced the swing to the resi
dents of these islands and is now prepared to
promptly nil nil orders lor same. A model ol
Ids swing cah lie seen at his shop, and it, also
can be pcrvinally tested at the residences of
Messrs. J. II. Paly, II. F. Dillingham, E. C.
McCandlcss, and at the Casino. It would be
difficult 10 find any ailicle more conducive to
the pleasure and happiness of our families than
one of these swings, which are fuinishcd by
Mr. Mavhcw at a very reasonable price.
" Ma, lend me a pencil ; I want to draw
some ladies." "Draw some ladies I Why,
Johnny, this is Sunday." "Well, I'll draw
ihem in their Sunday clothes." This Iwy
evidently had his enthusiasm for drawing
aroused by witnessing the attractive display in
the art store of Messrs, King Bros,, at No.
MI King street, which will well repay
any visitor to enter ami inspect ineir elegant
line of pictures, cromos, engravings, photo
graphs, etc. This firm rnakes a specialty
of making to order at short notice, picture frames
ingreatvaricty of styles.and all stylcsof corn ices;
having a fine assortment of mouldings always
in stock and giving their personal attention to
making them in an artistic manner, Pole cor
nices in ebony and jiolislied black walnut with
fixtures all complete also patent curtain
fasteners, wall pockets, paper and letter racks,
hat and clothes racks, picture cord, gold and
silver wire, picture knolrat hooks, etc., etc
Also a large variety of cabinet celebrities,
steteOscopic views, stereoscopes, graphoscopes,
A pair of our blue-blooded aristocrals sat
side by side in the gloaming. They had only
been three short weeks married, and that's the
reason they didn't sit in the kitchen. Then,
nestling her lovely head where the bandoline
could make most devastation on his frilled
shirt, the gentle wife softly said: "Chawles,
dear 1 thou hast often sworn that if I but hinted
one request you would go to the end of Ihe
world, II needed, lo grant it. Uo you love
me now as you did then? And came Ihe
passionate reply : "Aye I by my soul, darling
Maud, 1 would." Then the little head nestled
still closer in, and spoilt nvire shirt front, and
the stany eyes looked beamingly up, anil the
sweet vpicc said : "I long to have one ot those
elegant pianos and organs sold at such a great
reuueuon in price iy .Messrs. l. yean a: Lo.. rvo.
107, KortAlrcct, who also keep a large slock of
mi kiiiiis ui musitai iiisiiuiuciHs anu supplies,
.11 !.!.,. 'r :, !.. -. r ,,
luuir uu.im, paimiiiiv, imuuius, engravings,
furniture, sewing machines, etc, and make
picture frames and cornices to order, at vtry
The Roller Coaster is firmly established in
the good-will of the people, and is patronised
extensively. Of course an amusement of this
kind will be attended vsilh more or less noise
of Ihe roller attached to the coasters and
skates that will be used In the skating rink,
white the hilarity of Ihe pleasure seekers, in
such a mixed population as ours, cannot al
ways be kept in perfect subjection but every
effort will lie made to restrain all noisy dc
monstrations of approval al the cntcttainment
by the visitors, and to keep the grounds free
from anything of an objectionable nature there
being special policemen employed for this pur
pose. The Holler Coaster is now In operation
nearly eveiy evening and the skating rink
probably, will be completed next week, and
the grounds enclosed and handsomely laid out
In walks, flower beds, etc, so airanged as u
make it, at all times, a pleasant place of resort.
Special attention It hereby called to the
Gospel Temperance meeting which are hiM
regularly cery Saturday evening at the Ilcthel
vcttry. A amall but nnhte band of worker it
4hutiylc lo "hold the lort" and atem the
tide againtt Intemperance Hicngthend by no
tion of coternmenl and Influence ofhighofB
ciali. I'.utor Oggcl made a atrong appeal lail
Sabbath fur more kupporters In the work, at
did alto 1'rcsidcnt June at the recent meeting
of ihe V, M, C, A.
A nuniUr of our leaJing citiicnt have been
Interviewed by a reprcuntatlveuf the Advcr
titer (or their Iewa upon the liquor licence
question. It I huj-cd that a faithful recmd
will be presented, that ihe government may
ee how few )pathlfer there ate tu thii late
Infamous act cf thclfi. and how many aupputt
the decided tona ami aland of Wailuku un the
Theism! will jday ihlt afternoon at 4130,
at Kmma Square, ihe following programme t
Ovfftm 'lW!irv .,,,, at.(lViniuL
March Chrltuane .,. Obrtbttr.
Ula4 MlaCM..f . av.tatt.taWjrtlii
SlCtlvlatt JWtM aM1eat"a,.,,,M,M,,aJiHaja.ke(,
Cavtiina MAU ki MaaVttittttatilfUtt.
tkuu MS.)rua"f(,Mt ,KtU iUU.
Concert 00 Monday evening at, ifkwi
A SELECT STOCK
THE LATEST YET.
NOTHING LIKE THIS IN THE
Cull nnd Examine for Yourself.
On lier last trip, Ijrotij'ht to
these Islands the best selected
stock of Ladies', Children's and
Men's Ware in' the
Bool d Shoe a&i r Line,
fiver brought to the market.
MR. P. McINERNY
Will open the above stock on
Saturday next (21st inst.) in
the Store No, 107 Fort Street,
next to Lycan & Co.
This large stock has been
selected with irreat care and
And will be sold at living rates.
Everything that belongs to a
first-class boot and shoe store
can be found here.
J3 Remember the place,
rf?. 107 Fort Street,
Next door to Lycan & Co.
M. W. McCtiesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Have now landing
Per Alameda & John I). Spreckels,
LARGE SHirMEXTS Of
ComUtinjE in part of
Itbli. I'toiir, Golden Gate.
Ifbtm. Hour, F.I Dorado.
?acU Wheat, Ilett,
sac fct iiaricY. it,
Sack Corn, IIm, Whole.
Sack, Corn, Ilea, Cracled,
hack Uran, Coarte and Fin.
Sack Bean. .White,
' Racist Ikans Red,
bacLt Ueatn, IUyou,
. SitLt Hunt. I forte.
Sacki fleam, Lima,
Sari Oniom, Ilt .Silver Skin,
sSackt I'otaioct, He In G unmet.
Cue Extra Soda Crackers,
Catct Medium Hi cad,
Cawi Cracked WiScl, 10 lb. bagf,
Caw Cora Mr.il, white, to lb, bagw
CatctOat McI, lo lb. bags,
C&Kt Corn Starch.
Catka I)uxe llanit.
uatkt usa nam.
Caw R. II. lUcon.
Caw Kairbank, Uird, 1 lb. pail.
Cam Fail-hank. I.ard, 5 lb. j
C-iv-a Fairbaak'a Laid,
Caw Whitnty Uuttrr, In tin.
Half bbU, Hatter, iVkle KoU,
Or. bblv Hutttr, I'kU Koll.
Half firkin Hutter, iUt Fadie,
(Jr. fitkin Hutttr, (lilt Ede,
CaM New CheeM.
lto.f 1 and Wk Salt Co-lfUh.
lbU1VrceColumtu Kr Salmon.
Cac Freh Fzis
Catct laundry Starch,
)toa ltron laundry fw-Pt
Pur Java Coffee, Koated and Crvund, 1 lb, tins
hack (.Veen Cxiffec,
Chet Japan lea, 1 lb. paper.
Cheat Japan T, j lb, pert'
Hoae KatUnt, Iodon tyer.
Uut Kauuu, IxmiJoji LAytrt,
ibajkc Kailtt, Lfindoa. lair,
lkiae Kattin, lucaitL
Ctrt MUed rklct.
Caw Jp4i, assorted, all Ues
IVd Mince Meat, Attaorea,
Tun UiiK Meal, Cut 1 W4.
Sack Raw jVtatot,
back Knsluva. Walnut i,
Satk Kofi hhell AlmoctJt,
&ttwkt leiat Pecaot, tun Largt.
Cauet Califytni llotwy, i lb. tla.
,aet ismz, ior suii, iiev unntt
V...I.. 1. 11.. - I I.1 ..,.11 .
Fruas Jfllte nd VVgetsbU.
lUIe WrappUf P
(r, tatra qruhiy.
a LAaKa oarwHTu
Jieat California JLtathrr,
&Je, fakJfa HrMrtH hkUtietg aaj Uftmu
Irtnvh n! Aiaciwn C4fila,
ikheep bklo, Im4 t-kwa,
tlatwiuui JmUU Titea.
And otatT goooa to iuuaMra H !.
Tt isxhi are frtth, were Umkl ry tgw. ark,
iOWttT MAUCT MAXWtk
IL f 1 un I m
U- Vs) 41 wW -sfaf
p KflULAK CAftll HAI.lt.
TIIIH DAY, BATtmiJAY, MAR. !cl,
Ar 14 a h, ar '" Hntoi,
III U x.tl i ..tlxi
tiy 0-lt, CtsiMnf,
Crwl'fr shI flMti,
ft.'llO.I, ,n, Whi,
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h.li fiM Ittiiir IttrrrtM,
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en arnmfti M iM r tMvlnrt
Dm twe tnrrt Srtilill r.
(Kilract from Nw Urwl It.rsM, Mireli jrd.)
Illy CsM. -Own Gmiifl.r,i.J
SrriKiv, March ,
A sMl-msnl c r"r"l mtf, frpfrt l! N.
7tlfMt Yttttn Ma( anil ftnrsgt Cmaii!)?, Aski
Utv, hat l.il r.ctlvfl tr'la4M"rs. fl fifal till
airlvfd In nc'llanl eruption, and hat tw aalifac
llufl litra, 'llilt tlifpmtnl, Wli wai Mdartd try llrt
Imperial sullirfilUt, ewftiUra-l tit IC rSi d-mimIs.
II, IIACKI'a I.I) CO,
Kola Aftntt for Idas inali, lor Ilia lla-ilxn ItUtvlt.
Gooc liar rr let, Currant,
PEAS, EGG PLUMS, GRAPES I
Assorted JfWei, Etc
For al by
H. HACKFELD & CO,
No. U Kino Sranar, Mokolilv, II. I.
PRACTICAL PLUMHER & GAS PITTEK,
Cnftrr nml tiliret Iran tt'orkrr
A Hit Jlrllll Itunfrr.
ll wakk, t;tc
MT All Ofk Kuanuittcd and aJI orjart faltiullr
allendeil lo. Meat, leave orders on lha dale
THE PEOPLE'S WANT !
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gone ml Bailna Agent.
1 fine piano for tale,
new Lattern top buzgv,
l billiard table in CxJ order, with bait and Cut t,
tOTTACM TO IVWT f
On Adams Lane, I hate a 7 room cottage to rent for
y month, with f uruhure, to hU $Jo-
At Punahou a large and roomy- reKlec ( atory),
contain 10 rooott, Kt of ground, arttt-un
well on premms. Will (cam or ell Jjo ma.
At Waikikl beautiful cotlasr, alonj the ftea-thort
to rentj fine pwuturaec, gi water, lelVphone.
Kent ungljr or lojcihVr .wh y mo.
On Ilerctama it reel near Alapal, a 6m rewdenct,
contain S room In all. hvery convenience,
deep lot, Habit, etc $40 rao.
On Kins meet, in the rear, aJjoinirg CaihoUc
Cemetery, a unaJl j-room CutUe, good fcu
ta S18 mo.
On LUiha teet( near Kin atreet, a Beat Vfoora
tagc with paddock arbor and jearden $y mo.
On Ktn2 meet, above Lfl.ha ureet, a pleasant 6
room cottage 10 rent , fine lot, lUUti, etc
00 King Ureet, in Kebello l.ne, oppoutc residence
S. Kaai, tleccaM d a uoty cuttajt Uxe lot,
ihade trees etc Js ma Arijo.n.nz the
above new uxuet Unit with all inodcrn
improvement, tablca deep lot, water, etc
On For( it reel near Chinese chorth, rtar. unall
cot.'age to Itt ;
lentai eacn tand $15; to-
On Cmma ireett ttnall cottage end t uuU oot
ug room cotUgt (6 mo, ; rooom $4 mo.,
On-Mont'c. Squareat foot of berctanla ureet, near
th M lui School, I have (it taudl cot
tage to rent. I rwn l to ia mo,, each.
Oa Fort ureet a charmlnf little cottage xA ront
to rent orwivtit Ir. llrodM' feideix.
Hcuk and lot at FaUma la ell. Hocim nearly oe
contain A roomn ample waur. grape inet,
vUnuand Aoer. A JeaiaMboine for nulf
On PcntacoU Mrcet-oppuuc Mr. Ja. CauU't, a
pleaunt j-ruum cottage to rmt for m nu
CotUee rcJdenc on IteretanL Si reel, three Uoori
from Abjvai hmct. lhU U a bg rutiinf
houfte, mode cunwruUe throughout idJ deep
ljt with ample aha-tj tree. Jw mo.
Houtat on laliha Street,
Kentai, $u mo.
Maty frame, k-p Ia,
Itou and orrtca t
Siore lo let on King Mrt?t-rwwte atattuo hjuw,
and upper portion for tlweiltng-houM.
Store to let On Hotel &reet daj Fort Mitel.
Oftce Room to let In Hrer lHotk, Fwt atreet
rwm-lu and $o dw. eaath.
One aU U my uic la rent with office-fiunltiMt
roe LKAII ANp fi IaUI
Moanul Sug PUnutkn oa.Moklal for ttle,
1luiu-a. rooisoliC ond yjo .m
tAMal. all under c<irataua. au kauai crWaVa
caitk. GocaUami chattfe juh rally, bplr
ddUriaatontlniujtbouu Om $1 ;, WU1
aell fiat $;),oou,
tn Nuuaau Valley tU W atnall rotug aad 1
avreof grdvr $1$ aaa. j til wte l
tiraud, alw ) iBixeaoe adiotniitg ia cvJtna
tko, tuo )tar,
l 9e.tW.ufc Ua m Wailtkl for SU, $j th. y a
iota foe tale oa l.uiud.Vj Wrtt pUiaVa,
At Kalihl, a t-aory houae, 9 rooaat h ail, w ) acre
of trout!, aell U i,jk
K iBtcretf tn a Fofl-'H. Sm. Splendid ,).
Uiuoeaa, una of the od4 retinng oa kohm
UUlbcalthll.yaa, th ant ad.
At Kahalal, Maut, large Smmi Rtaort, autahle
Ua l-ojgiag purpoaee t Uaae ( )aia.
IkuUtag com f i,imi ) Leasne, J jo jr, Lig
Ing U reruaJ r. tWUdiog beiijftgt la
puihaaer aell lv ty Cah,
iSmul Dairy RaiiUUaaehUj ta aelt,
Kaltiu. oa tte laUi4 or Oahau im iiw
1 ysi.ii la r and brteOcft breasevAl-jM
Ud caille, a4Utti,tlAii amI iaiJU
mm, ana 1 cuUsiea, Hut t,fr )i
IWit'iful revUtnce tU M WaiUU iLnm the m
ahora. Ltmikfi4 MumT tasitm M iW th
At-1 kave wauua U1jx I f
AppakatlNU daily fur BMa4a ilWrtty aodontba
pWn Put )uaT prxttptrty U -
W Ftje funnel pAxtlewUn, awidieM apply la
Itttftl aUUfcto a4 OaaaJ urinao' Atai,
risWiafi if iiigiiifcB